Customs in the Civil Was
in- empire bus not bcun of some by SVM- umpire there let the- re-. have always and the sentiment with new regeneration ol who u r e between Tennessee, Virginia, North Carolina, and Soiitli Carolina, und with-such parts, o f ' : the Georgia, i'loi'Kla, 'Alabama, Mississippi anil Louisiana, cast: of tun .Mississippi river, aa shall be designated by tlie respective Denart- men I coniuKiiidera us beiug within tho lines the national military occupnlion, the following sl.nicf.miia are iEgnei.! : 1. Alt collectors of customs on the Allan- tic const and within the loyul States, find collectors of sucli ports- within Slates .heretofore declared in inaui'rcc'.iou ns has been by the proclamation' of the President, nnd designated ns permit officers, under si-ction 2 thi! regulation*; aeries of July 2!Hu, . ISli-l, shall huve power to -iintbori/c the tranaporta-. t-ion of goods,-other than those specified aa contraband of war, iti the above cited Executive order. to : any ports wilhiii the Status parts of the States, above mentioned, in vihise.la only nit nre authorized -by law to eii- gaxij in the coasting trade of the United 'i!. These collectors and all other permit officers named in SaiJ section, uri! utithorixod und required to issue pÂ«nnilsfor the transportation of goods to such ports in the manner ami form required by tlm officer utn.1 sairl liitiiins, changing und collecting- the 'permit IhfruiQ prtjcribi!il.