- Meat, provisions, fruits and vegetables, and any articles intended for human food, which are unfit for human consumption.
- Indecent or obscene prints, paintings, photographs, books, cards, lithographic or other engravings, or any other indecent or obscene article.
- Underwater gun being any manufacture or device other than the device known as a Hawaiian Sling whereby a missile may be discharged under water.
- Any article which bears a design in the imitation of any currency or bank note or coin in current use in The Bahamas or elsewhere.
- Copies of works in respect of which the owner has given notice to the Comptroller under Section 22 of The Copyright Act.
Restricted goods are defined as follows:
- Goods imported for the purpose of any business (within the meaning given thereto by Section 2 of the Business License Act) unless the importer of the goods produces for inspection by the Comptroller, a current Business License issued under the provisions of The Business License Act.
- All goods, the importation of which is restricted under the provisions of any law for the time being in force in The Bahamas.
- Firecrackers and impact flash facilities save those, which in the opinion of the Comptroller are not dangerous.
- Firearms, fireworks, unless special authorization by the Commissioner of Police.
- Trailers, being trailer caravans for use as living quarters, offices, workshops, or similar purposes, unless specifically authorized by the Minister.
- Mechanical games and devices set in operation wholly and partly by the insertion.