19 CFR 162.66 - Penalties for unlading narcotic drugs or marihuana without a permit.

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§ 162.66 Penalties for unlading narcotic drugs or marihuana without a permit.
In every case where a narcotic drug or marihuana is unladen without a permit, the penalties prescribed in section 453, Tariff Act of 1930, as amended (19 U.S.C. 1453), shall be assessed. Penalties shall be assessed under this section when a package of regular cargo or a passenger's baggage otherwise covered by a permit to unlade is found to contain any narcotic drug or marihuana imported for sale or other commercial purpose and not specifically covered by a permit to unlade.

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