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b.     Solicitations  or  inducements  for  mailing  harmful  matter,  radioactive  material, switchblade knives, or intoxicating liquor. c.  Copyright violations. d.  Lewd or filthy matter. e.  Libelous matter. f.  Matter relating to national or international defense. g.  Controlled substance. 16.   Complaints and Suggestions.   Consumer Service Program provides postal customers with a convenient,  systematic  means  of  communicating  complaints  on  Consumer  Service  Card,  PS  Form 4314-C. Cards are available in the post office lobby for recording complaints, suggestions, information requests, and compliments. 17.  Incoming Mail.  Incoming mail is received once or twice daily.  COMFLEACT Yokosuka and tenant commands mail shall be distributed by means of the “Mail Orderly System.”   Mail for DoD personnel and military members residing in Negishi Housing, Ikego housing and BEQ/BOQ, will be sorted into individual lobby boxes.   Otherwise, mail will be delivered to the sponsor’s command. 18.  Outgoing Mail.  Navy post offices 96348, 96349, and 96351 dispatches outgoing mail to FMC Yokohama once daily. 19.   Emergency Destruction/Evacuation of Postal Effects.   Official registered mail shall be given priority in any emergency evacuation actions conducted by postal personnel. The following priorities are established  for  use  in  arranging  evacuation,  affording  protection,  and  if  necessary,  ensuring  the destruction of mail and postal effects. a.  Official registered mail. b.  Directory service cards. c.  Blank postal Money Order forms. d.  Currency and coins. e.  Postage stamps and stamped paper. f.  Paid Money Orders and checks on hand. g.  Money Order imprinters. h.  Other accountable mail. i.  All remaining mail. j.  All purpose and canceling stamps. k.  All other records, equipment, mail sacks and furniture. 20.  Customs Procedures and Requirements a. Responsibility for Compliance.  Compliance with customs laws is the responsibility of the individual  mailer.    Postal  personnel  shall  assist  mailers  to  the  extent  that  the  appropriate  customs declaration form is attached to items presented for mailing. b. Mail Subject to Customs Examination and Duty (1) All mail believed to contain merchandise, including sealed letters, letter packages, returned articles of U.S. origin, and printed matter, mailed outside the Customs Territory of the AIII-10

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