414, act Sept. 21, 1922, ch. 356, title IV §§ 524,
525,42 Stat. 975, related to disposal of receipts and detail from field service for Washington duty.
419, act June 10, 1910, ch. 283, §§ 1–5,36 Stat. 464, 465, related to issuance and revocation of customshouse broker’s licenses. Repeal was subject to an exception as follows: “Except that any license issued * * * shall continue in force and effect, subject to suspension and revocation in the same manner and upon the same conditions as licenses issued pursuant to subdivision (a) of this section.” Subdivision (a) is set forth in section
1641 of this title, and such section now regulates the licensing of customhouse brokers. Subsection (e) ofsection
641, act of 1930, the repealing act, was repealed by act August 26, 1935, ch. 689, § 5,49 Stat. 865, but sections
419 of this title were not thereby revived.
Provisions of Tariff Act of 1930 corresponding to section
413, see section
1524 of this title; section
414, see section
1525 [repealed] of this title; sections
419, see section
1641 of this title.
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