Sixty Pipes of BrandyAnnotate this Case
23 U.S. 421
U.S. Supreme Court
Sixty Pipes of Brandy, 23 U.S. 10 Wheat. 421 421 (1825)
Sixty Pipes of Brandy
23 U.S. (10 Wheat.) 421
Under the Duty Act of 1799, c. 126, s. 43, it is no cause of forfeiture, that the casks, which are marked and accompanied with the certificates required by the act, contain distilled spirits which have not been imported into the United States, or a mixture of domestic with foreign spirits, the object of the act being the security of the revenue, without interfering with those mercantile devices which look only to individual profit without defrauding the government.
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