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DEPARTMENT II.-MANUFACTURES.

CHEMICAL.

CLASS 200.-Chemicals, pharmaceutical preparations. Mineral acids, and the methods of manufacture. Sulphuric, nitric, and hydrochloric acids.

The common commercial alkalies, potash, soda, and ammonia, with their carbonates.

Salt and its production. Salt from depositsnative salt. Salt by solar evaporation from sea water. Salt by evaporation from water of saline springs or wells. Rock salt. Ground and table salt.

Bleaching powders and chloride of lime.

Yeast powders, baking powders.

CLASS 201.-Oils, soaps, candles, illuminating and other gases.

sources.

Oils from mineral, animal, and vegetable Refined petroleum, benzine, naptha, and other products of the manufacture. Oils from various seeds, refined, and of various degrees of purity. Olive oil, cotton seed oil, palm oil. Animal oils, of various kinds, in their refined state. Oils prepared for special purposes besides lighting and for food. Lubricating oils.

Soaps and detergent preparations. Candles, stearine, glycerine, paraffin, etc., spermaceti.

Illuminating gas and its manufacture.

Oxygen gas, and its application for heating, lighting,metallurgy, and as a remedial agent. Chlorine and carbonic acid.

CLASS 202.-Paints, pigments, dyes, colours, turpentine, varnishes, printing inks, writing inks, blacking.

CLASS 203.-Flavouring extracts, essences, perfumery, pomades, cosmetics.

CLASS 204.-Explosive and fulminating compounds;

in small quantities only, and under special regulations, shown in the building only by empty cases and cartridges. Black powder of various grades and sizes. Nitro-glycerine and the methods of using and exploding. Giant powder, dynamite, dualin, tri-nitro-glycerine.

CLASS 205.-Pyrotechnics, for display, signalling,

missiles.

CERAMICS-POTTERY, PORCELAIN, ETC. CLASS 206.-Bricks, drain tiles, terra-cotta, and architectural pottery.

CLASS 207.-Fire-clay goods, crucibles, pots, furnaces. Chemical stoneware.

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CLASS 219.-Mirrors, stained and enamelled glass, cut and engraved window-glass, and other decorative objects.

CLASS 220.-Gilt cornices, brackets, picture frames, etc. CLASS 221.-The nursery and its accessories; children's chairs, walking chairs.

CLASS 222.-Apparatus and fixtures for heating and cooking, stoves, ranges, heaters, etc. CLASS 223.-Apparatus for lighting,-gas fixtures, lamps, etc.

CLASS 224.-Kitchen and pantry-utensils, tin-ware, and apparatus used in cooking, (exclusive of cutlery).

CLASS 225.-Laundry appliances, washing-machines, mangles, clothes-wringers, clothes-bars, ironingtables.

CLASS 226.-Bath room and water-closet, shower bath, earthcloset.

CLASS 227.-Manufactured parts of buildings,-sash, blinds, mantels, metal work, etc.

YARNS AND WOVEN GOODS OF VEGE-
TABLE OR MINERAL MATERIALS.

CLASS 228.-Woven fabrics of mineral origin.-Wire
cloths, sieve cloth, wire screens, bolting cloth.
Asbestos fibre, spun and woven, with the
clothing manufactured from it.
Glass thread, floss and fabrics.

CLASS 229.-Coarse fabrics, of grass, rattan, cocoa nut,
and bark.

Mattings, Chinese, Japanese, palm-leaf, grass, and rushes.

Floor-cloths of rattan and cocoa nut fibre, aloe
fibre, etc.
CLASS 230.-Cotton yarns and fabrics, bleached and
unbleached.

Cotton sheeting and shirting, plain and twilled.
Cotton canvas and duck. Awnings, tents.
CLASS 231.-Dyed cotton fabrics, exclusive of prints |
and calicoes.

CLASS 232.--Cotton prints and calicoes, including
handkerchiefs, scarfs, etc.

CLASS 233.-Linen and other vegetable fabrics, uncoloured or dyed.

CLASS 234.-Floor oil cloths, and other painted and enamelled tissues, and imitation of leather, with a woven base.

WOVEN AND FELTED GOODS OF WOOL
AND MIXTURES OF WOOL.

CLASS 235.-Card wool fabrics,-Yarns, broadcloth,
doeskins, fancy cassimeres. Felted goods.
CLASS 236.-Flannels.-Plain flannels, domets, opera
and fancy.

CLASS 237.-Blankets, robes, and shawls.
CLASS 238.-Combined wool fabrics.-Worsteds, yarns,
dress goods for women's wear, delaines, serges,
poplins, merinoes.
CLASS 239.-Carpets, rugs, etc.-Brussels, melton,
tapestry, tapestry Brussels, Axminster, Venetian,
ingrain, felted carpetings, druggets, rugs, etc.
CLASS 240.-Hair, alpaca, goat's hair, camel's hair,
and other fabrics, mixed or unmixed with wool.
CLASS 241.-Printed and embossed woollen cloths,
table covers, patent velvets.

SILK AND SILK FABRICS, AND MIXTURES

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CLASS 244.-Spun silk yarns and fabrics, and th materials from which they are made.

CLASS 245.-Plain woven silks, lutestrings, sarsnetsatins, serges, foulards, tissues for hat and milli nery purposes, etc.

CLASS 246.-Figured silk piece goods, woven o
printed. Upholstery silks, etc.

CLASS 247.-Crapes, velvets, gauzes, cravats, hand
kerchiefs, hosiery, knit goods, laces, scarfs, tie-
veils, all descriptions of cut and made up silks
CLASS 248-Ribbons, plain,and fancy, velvet.
CLASS 249.--Bindings, braids, cords, galloons, ladies
dress trimmings, upholsterers', tailors', military
and miscellaneous trimmings.

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PAPER, BLANK BOOKS, AND
STATIONERY.

CLASS 258.-Stationery for the desk, stationers
articles, pens, pencils, inkstands, and othe
apparatus of writing and drawing.

IN WHICH SILK IS THE PREDOMI- CLASS 259.—Writing paper and envelopes, blank-book

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paper, bond paper, tracing paper, tracing linen tissue paper, etc., etc.

CLASS 260.-Printing paper for books, newspapers

etc.

Wrapping paper of all grades, cartridge and manilla paper, paper bags.

CLASS 261.-Blank books; sets of account books, specimens of ruling and binding, including blanks, bill heads, etc., book-binding. CLASS 262.-Cards; playing cards, card-board, binders' board, paste-board, paper or card-board boxes. CLASS 263.-Building paper, paste-board for walls, cane fibre felt for car wheels, ornaments, etc. CLASS 264.-Wall papers, enamelled and coloured imitations of leather, wood, etc. papers,

MILITARY AND NAVAL ARMAMENTS, ORDNANCE, FIRE-ARMS, AND HUNTING APPARATUS.

CLASS 265.-Military small-arms, muskets, pistols, and magazine-guns, with their ammunition.

CLASS 266.-Light artillery, compound guns, machine guns, mitrailleuses, etc.

CLASS 267.-Heavy ordnance and its accessories.
CLASS 268.-Knives, swords, spears, and dirks.
CLASS 269.-Fire-arms used for sporting and hunting,
also other implements for the same purpose.
CLASS 270.-Traps for game, birds, vermin, etc.

MEDICINE, SURGERY, PROTHESIS.

CLASS 272.-Medicines; officinal (in any authoritative pharmacopoeia), articles of the materia medica, preparations, unofficinal.

CLASS 273.-Dietetic preparations, as beef extract, and other articles intended especially for the sick. CLASS 274.-Pharmaceutical apparatus. CLASS 275.-Instruments for physical diagnosis, clinical thermometers, stethoscopes, ophthalmoscopes, etc., (except clinical microscopes, etc., for which see Class 324).

CLASS 276.-Surgical instruments and appliances, with dressings, apparatus for deformities, prothesis, obstetrical instruments.

CLASS 277.-Dental instruments and appliances. CLASS 278.-Vehicles and appliances for the transportation of the sick and wounded, during peace and war, on shore or at sea.

HARDWARE, EDGE TOOLS, CUTLERY, AND METALLIC PRODUCTS.

CLASS 280.-Hand tools and instruments used by carpenters, joiners, and for wood and stone in general. Miscellaneous hand tools used in industries, such as jewellers', engravers'. CLASS 281.-Cutlery, knives, penknives, scissors, razors, razor-straps, skates, and implements sold by cutlers.

CLASS 282.-Emery and sand paper, polishing-powders, polishing and burnishing-stones.

CLASS 283.-Metal hollow-ware, ornamental castings. CLASS 284.-Hardware used in construction, exclusive of tools and implements. Spikes, nails, screws, tacks, bolts, locks, latches, hinges, pulleys. Plumbers' and gasfitters' hardware, furniture fittings, ships' hardware, saddlers' hardware, and harness fittings and trimmings.

FABRICS OF VEGETABLE, ANIMAL, OR MINERAL MATERIALS.

CLASS 285.-India rubber goods and manufactures. CLASS 286.-Brushes.

CLASS 287.-Ropes, cordage.

CLASS 288.-Flags, insignia, emblems.

CLASS 289.-Wooden and basket ware, papier maché. CLASS 290.-Undertakers' furnishing goods, caskets, coffins, etc.

CLASS 291.-Galvanized ironwork.

CARRIAGES, VEHICLES, AND

ACCESSORIES.

(For farm vehicles and railway carriages see Departments of Agriculture and Machinery.)

CLASS 292.-Pleasure carriages. CLASS 293.-Travelling carriages, coaches, stages, omnibuses, hearses. Bath chairs, velocipedes, baby carriages.

CLASS 294.-Vehicles for movement of goods and heavy objects, carts wagons, trucks.

CLASS 295.-Sleighs, sledges, sleds, etc.

CLASS 296.-Carriage and horse furniture, harness and saddlery, whips, spurs, horse blankets, carriage robes, rugs etc.

DEPARTMENT III.-EDUCATION AND SCIENCE.

EDUCATIONAL SYSTEMS, METHODS, AND

LIBRARIES.

CLASS 300.-Elementary instruction. Infant schools and kindergartens, arrangements, furniture, appliances, and modes of training.

Public schools, graded schools, buildings and grounds, equipments, courses of study, methods of instruction, text books, apparatus, including maps, charts, globes, etc.; pupils' work, including drawing and penmanship; provisions for physical training.

CLASS 301.-Higher education. Academies and high

schools.

Colleges and universities. Buildings and grounds; libraries, museums of zoology, botany, mineralogy, art, and archeology; apparatus for illustration and research, mathematical, physical, chemical, and astronomical courses of study; text books, catalogues, libraries, and gymnasiums. CLASS 302.-Professional schools, theology, law, medicine and surgery, dentistry, pharmacy, mining, engineering, agriculture and mechanical arts, art and design, military schools, naval schools, normal schools, commercial schools, music.

Buildings, text books, libraries, apparatus, methods, and other accessories for professional schools.

CLASS 303.-Institutions for instruction of the blind, deaf, and dumb, and the feeble-minded. CLASS 304.-Education reports and statistics.

National bureau of education.

State, city, and town systems.

College, university, and professional systems. CLASS 305.-Libraries, history, reports, statistics, and catalogues.

CLASS 306.-School and text books, dictionaries, en

cyclopædias, gazetteers, directories, index volumes, biblographies, catalogues, almanacs, special treatises, general and miscellaneous literature, newspapers, technical and special newspapers and journals, illustrated papers, periodical literature. INSTITUTIONS AND ORGANIZATIONS. CLASS 310.-Institutions founded for the increase and diffusion of knowledge. Such as the Smithsonian Institution, the Royal Institution, the Institute of France, British Association for the Advancement of Science, and the American Association, etc., their organization, history, and results.

CLASS 311.-Learned and scientific logical and mineralogical soc: neering, technical and profes Artistic, biological, zoological astronomical observatories. CLASS 312.-Museums, collections,

bitions of works of art and in tural fairs, state and county ex exhibitions. International exhil

Scientific museums, and art m Ethnological and archæologica CLASS 313.-Music and the drama.

SCIENTIFIC AND PHILOSOPHIC
MENTS AND METHO

CLASS 320.-Instruments of precision,
of physical research, experiment, a
Astronomical instruments, and ac
in observatories.

Transits, mural circles, equatoria. Geodetic and surveying instrumer theodolites, needle compasses. In: surveying underground in mines, tur cavations.

Nautical astronomical instruments quadrants, repeating circles, dip-secto Levelling instruments and apparatu ters' and builders' levels, hand levels, y engineers' levels.

Instruments for deep sea sounding graphic surveying.

Meteorological instruments and appa
Thermometers, pyrometers.

Barometers.

Hygrometers and rain gauges.
Maps, bulletins.

Blanks for reports, methods of reco ducing, and reporting observations. CLASS 321.-Indicating and registering a other than meteorological; mechanical cal Viameters, pedometers, perambulators. Gas meters.

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Water meters, current meters, ships' log trical logs.

Tide registers.

Apparatus for printing consecutive numb Counting machines, calculating engines,

mometers.

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