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States may levy charges for inspection laws



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CHAPTER V

 

THE STATES.

 

 

States may levy charges for inspection laws.

 

112.  After uniform duties of customs have been imposed, a State may levy on imports or exports, or on goods passing into or out of the State, such charges as may be necessary for executing the inspection laws of the State; but the net produce of all charges so levied shall be for the use of the Commonwealth; and any such inspection laws may be annulled by the Parliament of the Commonwealth.