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383 Woolen webbings, elastic or non-elastic, (T. D. 8255,
15402, 7 S. C. R. 543)
Wilton velvet carpets
....50c lb and 60% 60c sq yd and 40%
yarns, (T. D. 6649) valued not over 30c per
valued over 30c per pound
..272c lb and 35% ...381⁄2c lb and 40%
yarn, twisted with spun silk (T. D. 16420,
Workboxes, children's, as toys (T. D. 25770)..
of art, collections in illustration of the pro-
But bonds shall be given for the payment of
But the privileges of this and the preceding
of art, productions of American artists re-
except stained or painted window glass or stained or painted glass windows, and except any article, in whole or in part, molded, cast, or mechanically wrought from metal within twenty years prior to importation; but such exemption shall be subject to such regulations as the Secretary of the Treasury may prescribe, (T. D. 26251)...... Free 717 Works of art, including paintings in oil, mineral, or other colors, pastels, original drawings and sketches, etchings and engravings, and sculptures, which are proved to the satisfaction of the Secretary of the Treasury under rules prescribed by him to have been in existence more than twenty years prior to the date of their importation, but the term "sculptures" as herein used shall be understood to include professional productions of sculptors only, whether round or in relief, in bronze, marble, stone, terra cotta, ivory, wood, or metal; and the word "painting," as used in this Act, shall not be understood to include any article of utility nor such as are made wholly or in part by stenciling or any other mechanical process; and the words "etchings" and "engravings," as used in this Act, shall be understood to include only such as are printed by hand from plates or blocks etched or engraved with hand tools, and not such as are printed from plates or blocks etched or engraved by photo-chemical processes. Other works of art (except rugs and carpets), collections in illustrations of the progress of the arts, works in bronze, marble, terra cotta, parian, pottery, or porcelain, artistic antiquities, and objects of art of ornamental character or educational value which shall have been produced more than one hundred years prior to the date of importation, but the free importation of such objects shall be subject to such regulations as to proof of antiquity as the Secretary of the Treasury may prescribe, (T. D. 29958, 29959) of art, bronze replicas not, (T. D. 13314)... of art, what constitutes, (T. D. 4266, 7753, 8976, 7779, 15540, 16178, 14925).
462 Worm gut, all manufactures of, n. s. p. f. (T. D.
gut fishing leaders, (T. D. 11208)
674 Worms, silk, eggs of
Wormwood, oil of
Worsteds are dutiable as Woolens (18 S. C. R. 311,
Wortles, (T. D. 27896, 28600)
and hair seating) and manufactures thereof,
405 Woven fabrics of artificial or imitation silk or of artificial or imitation horsehair, by whatever name known, and by whatever process made ....45c lb and 60% fabrics or articles, n. s. p. f., composed of flax, hemp or ramie, or of which of these substances or either of them is the component material of chief value, weighing 41⁄2 oz or more sq yd, when containing not more than 60 threads per square inch, counting the warp and filling (minimum 50%) (T. D. 19199, 22920) ..14c sq yd and 30% Containing more than 60 and not more than 120 threads sq in (minimum 50%)
24c sq yd and 30% Containing more than 120 and not more than 180 threads sq in (minimum 50%)
6c sq yd and 30%
.9c sq yd and 30%
Containing more than 180 threads sq in (min-
Weighing less than 41⁄2 oz per sq yd and con
taining more than 100 threads to the square inch counting the warp and filling Weighing less than 41⁄2 oz per sq yd, and containing not more than 100 threads per sq inch fabrics, plain, of single jute yarns, by whatever name known, weighing not less than 6 oz per sq yd and not exceeding 30 threads to the square inch, counting the warp and filling ........9-16c lb and 15% If exceeding 30 and not exceeding 55 threads to the square in.. fabrics of silk in the piece, see silk goods woven in the piece.
220 Wrapper tobacco, stemmed
%c lb and 15%
. $2.50 lb .$1.85 lb
unstemmed (T. D. 20955, 21886, 22784). 411 Wrapping paper, with the surface decorated covered with a design, fancy effect, pattern or character, whether produced in the pulp or otherwise, but not by lithographic process
or wholly or partly covered with metal or its solutions, or with gelatin or flock 5c lb and 20% Provided, that paper wholly or partly covered with metal or its solutions, and weighing less than 15 lbs per ream of 480 sheets, on a basis of 20 x 25 inches. paper, n. s. p. f.
.5c lb and 25% 35%
tissue paper, (G. A. 3845). See Paper, tissue.
438 Wreaths, artificial
metal, (T. D. 10947, 11175, 11173, 23366)....
Sec. 22. Wrecked or sunken vessels.
416 Writing books with text, (T. D. 14314)
Sec. 9. Writings, obscene, prohibited. 90 Wrought earths or clays
earths, putz pulver, (T. D. 12963, 10663).
Less than 1 inch long and lighter than No. 16
nuts, spikes and washers, iron or steel......
shoes, horse, mule or ox
Xeinthaurine powder (T. D. 28181)
536 Xylldin, (T. D. 5538)..
95 Xylolith, (T. D. 17484), decorated
17 Xylonite, or zyolite, a compound of pyroxyline, (T. D. 6744, 5018)
in finished or partly finished articles...65c lb and 30%
626 Xylotile, crude mineral
Sec. 37. Yachts, foreign built, not used or intended to be
used for trade, if owned or chartered for more than six months by any citizen or citizens of the U. S., annually, $7 per gross ton or 35% Yachting clubs, articles for, are dutiable, (T. D. 8352).
chenille, as wool manufacturers, n. s. p. f., (T.
China grass or ramie, n. s. p. f. (T. D. 2133,
cotton, carded, warps, or warp yarn. See
cotton, imitation silk (T. D. 23110). See silk,
flax, hemp or ramie, single or a mixture of
finer than eight lea, not finer than eighty lea
jute, single, not finer than five lea or number.
Yarns, lath, (T. D. 13786)
mantle, in skeins (T. D. 22489). See thread,
rabbits' fur, (T. D. 2797, 6208, 6306, 7173)....
roving, as yarn, wool, (T. D. 16574).
silk, artificial or imitation of. See Silk yarns,
silk, except spun silk, (which see), if in the
If ungummed wholly or in part, of if further advanced by any process of manufacture..$1.50 lb silk or schappe silk. See Silk, spun.
single, or flax, hemp or ramie. See Yarns,
warp, as yarns, cotion. (See Thread, cotton.)
waste, cow hair, as yarn, wool, (T. D. 323).
.272c lb and 35% ..381⁄2c lb and 40%
worsted, genappe, (T. D. 16420), as yarn, wool.
wine, containing oil of cognac (T. D. 10211),
20 Yellow berries, advanced in value, if not alcoholic,
c lb and 10%
chrome, dry in pulp, or ground in or mixed
metal, copper chief value, (T. D. 7151, 12934).
prussiate of soda (T. D. 8586, 11298, 11354).
422 Yiz plateaus, (T. D. 12039) not bleached, dyed, stain
ed, or colored
bleached, dyed, stained, or colored
3 Ylang-ylang oil
Yolks of eggs (T. D. 21546)
of eggs, dried, (40 F. R. 662, T. D. 17857)
264 Yuccas, (T. D. 13684)
60c lb and 25%
of eggs, salted, (T. D. 6277, 7315).
(T. D. 16477)
275 Zante currants (73 F. R. 183, T. D. 16004, 16370, 17003) 379 Zarapes, as woolen blankets (T. D. 22377).
15 Zeinthaurine, (T. D. 10055)
381 Zephyr cloth, wool, as woolen dress goods.
Zephyrs, fancy cotton, (T. D. 7630, 12653), as cotton
3 Zinc, acetate of