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Paragraph, act of 1930

Schedule 1.-Chemicals, Oils, and Paints—Continued

Classification

28 (e)

28 (f)

28 (g)

Coal-tar products-Continued.
The specific duties provided for
in this paragraph on colors,
dyes, or stains, whether soluble
or not in water, color acids,
color bases, color lakes, leuco-
compounds, indoxyl, and in-
doxyl compounds, shall be
based on standards of strength
which shall be established by
the Secretary of the Treasury,
and upon all importations of
such articles which exceed such
standards of strength the spe-
cific duty shall be computed on
the weight which the article
would have if it were diluted to
the standard strength, but in
no case shall any such articles
of whatever strength be subject
to a less specific duty than that
provided in subparagraph (a)
or (b), as the case may be.
[Provision to the same effect
in paragraph 28, act of 1922.]
It shall be unlawful to import or
bring into the United States
any such color, dye, stain, color
acid, color base, color lake,
leuco-compound, indoxyl, or
indoxyl compound unless the
immediate container and the
invoice shall bear a plain, con-
spicuous, and truly descriptive
statement of the identity and
percentage, exclusive of dilu-
ents, of such color, dye, stain,
color acid, color base, color
lake, leuco-compound, indoxyl,
or indoxyl compound con-
'tained therein. [Provision to
same effect in paragraph 28, act
of 1922.]

On and after the passage of this
Act it shall be unlawful to im-
port or bring into the United
States any such color, dye,
stain, color acid, color base,
color lake, leuco-compound,
indoxyl, or indoxyl compound,
if the immediate container or
the invoice bears any state-
ment, design, or device regard-
ing the article of the ingredients
or substances contained therein
which is felse, fraudulent, or
misleading in any particular.
[Provision to the same effect in
paragraph 28, act of 1922.]

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Paragraph, act of 1930

Schedule 1.-Chemicals, Oils, and Paints -Continued

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28 (h)

(1) In blocks, sheets, rods, tubes, 40 cents per lb.

powder, flakes, briquets, or

other forms, whether or not

colloided, not made into fin

ished or partly finished articles.

10 Chemical and medicinal compounds, preparations, mixtures, and salts and combinations, n. s. p. f.

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Paragraph, act of 1930

Schedule 1.-Chemicals, Oils, and Paints—Continued

Classification

Rates of duty

Act of 1930

Act of 1922

Act of 1913

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(2) Made into finished or partly 60 per cent.
finished articles of which any
of the foregoing is the compo-
nent material of chief value,
not specially provided for.

31(c) Sheets,

bands, and strips
(whether known as cellophane
or by any other name whatso-
ever), exceeding 1 inch in width
but not exceeding three one-
thousandths of 1 inch thick,
made by any artificial process
from cellulose, a cellulose hy-
drate, a compound of cellulose
(other than cellulose acetate),
or a mixture containing any of
the foregoing, by solidification
into sheets, bands, or strips.
Compounds of pyroxylin, of other

cellulose esters or ethers, or of
cellulose, by whatever name
known (except compounds of
cellulose known as vulcanized
or hard fiber): 35

In blocks, sheets, rods, tubes, or
other forms, and not made
into finished or partly finished
articles.
Made into finished or partly
finished articles of which any
of the foregoing is the com-
ponent material of chief value.
32 Compounds of cellulose, known as
vulcanized or hard fiber, made
wholly or in chief value of
cellulose.

333

34

Compounds of casein, known as
galalith, or by any other name,
in blocks, sheets, rods, tubes, or
other forms:

Not made into finished or partly
finished articles.
Made into finished or partly fin-
ished articles of which any of
the foregoing is the component
material of chief value, n. s. p. f.
Drugs, 38 such as barks, beans, ber-
ries, buds, bulbs, bulbous roots,
excrescences, fruits, flowers, dried
fibers, dried insects, grains, herbs,
leaves, lichens, mosses, roots,
stems, vegetables, seeds (aro-
matic, not garden seeds), seeds of
morbid growth, weeds, and all
other drugs of vegetable or ani-
mal origin; any of the foregoing
which are natural and uncom-
pounded drugs and not edible,
and not specially provided for,
but which are advanced in value
or condition by shredding, grind-
ing, caipping, crushing, or any
ot..er process or treatment what-
ever beyond that essential to the
proper packing of the drugs and
the prevention of decay or dete-
rioration pending manufacture.
35 Aconite, asafetida, cocculus indicus,
ipecac, jalap, manna.

45 per cent....

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35 Provided, That all such articles (except photographic and moving-picture films), whether or not more specifically provided for elsewhere, shall be dutiable under this paragraph.

35 Manufactures of pulp, n. s. p. f.

37 All articles manufactured in whole or in part, n. s. p. f.

38 Provided, That the term "drug" wherever used in this Act shall include only those substances having therapeutic or medicinal properties and chiefly used for medicinal purposes [acts of 1922 and 1930]. And provided further, That no article containing alcohol shall be classified for duty under this paragraph [acts of 1913, 1922, and 1930].

39 Bal.n of Gilead and salep or salop, fenugreek, horehound seeds, free.

Schedule 1.-Chemicals, Oils, and Paints—Continued

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13 Not containing alcohol.

15 Chemical medicinal compound or enumerated manufactured article.

37 All articles manufactured in whole or in part, n. s. p. f.

40 Drugs *

* advanced.

41 According to whether advanced or crude.

42 Provided, That no article containing more than 10 per cent of alcohol shall be classified for duty under this paragraph. [Acts of 1913, 1922, and 1930.]

43 Esters of all kinds, n. s. p. f.

44 Sulphuric ether.

45 Extracts of vegetable origin suitable for dyeing, coloring, or staining, not containing alcohol and not medicinal, n. s. p. f.

46 Extracts of barks and woods

such as are commonly used for tanning, n. s. p. f.

Paragraph, act of 1930

Schedule 1.-Chemicals, Oils, and Paints-Continued

Classification

Rates of duty

Act of 1930

Act of 1922

Act of 1913.

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Edible gelatin:

Valued not above 10 cents per
pound.

Valued above 10 and not above 25
cents per pound.

Valued above 25 cents per pound..
Valued at less than 40 cents per
pound.

Valued at 40 cents or more per
pound.

Gelatin, glue, and fish glue, n.s.p.f.:
Valued not above 10 cents per
pound.

Valued above 10 and not above 25
cents per pound.

Valued above 25 cents per pound..
Valued at less than 40 cents per
pound.

Valued at 40 cents or more per
pound.

Glue size, n. s. p. f.:

Valued not above 10 cents per
pound.

Valued above 10 and not above 25

cents per pound.

Valued above 25 cents per pound..
Valued at less than 40 cents per
pound.

Valued at 40 cents or more per
pound.

Isinglass

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Manufactures, wholly or in chief
value of gelatin, glue or glue size.
Pectin

25 per cent.

25 per cent.
25 per cent.

25 per cent.

1 cent per lb.

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2 cents per lb.
10 per cent..
15 per cent.

10 cents per lb..
10 cents per lb..
10 cents per lb..

22 cents per lb.
2 cents per lb.
3 cents per lb.
30 per cent.
3 cents per lb.
20 per cent.

or other forms.

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20 per cent..

1 cent per lb.
2 cents per lb.
20 per cent.
20 per cent.
20 cents per lb.
10 cents per lb.
10 cents per lb..

22 cents per lb.
2 cents per lb..
3 cents per lb.
30 per cent.
3 cents per lb.
25 per cent..

7 cents per lb.
Free 49.

70 cents per gal. if
less than 11⁄2 per
cent alcohol;
over that, 70
cents per gal.
and $5 per proof
gal. on alcohol.
11⁄2 cents per lb..
(50)

1 cent per lb.
5% cent per lb.
311⁄2 cents per lb.
11⁄2 cent per lb.

1 cent per lb.

15 per cent.

25 per cent.

1 cent per lb.

15

per cent. 25 per cent.

1 cent per lb.

15 per cent.

25 per cent.

25 per cent.
25 per cent.47

15 per cent.

1 cent per lb. 2 cents per lb. 15 per cent. 15 per cent. Free. Free.

15 per cent.10

14 cents per lb.
1 cent per lb.
20 per cent.48
20 per cent.
14 cents per lb.
1 cent per lb.

1 cent per lb.
Free 49

70 cents per gal. if not more than 18 per cent alcohol; if more, 70 cents per gal. and $2.07 per proof gal. on alcohol.

11⁄2 cents per lb. (50)..

15 per cent.10
15 per cent.10
311⁄2 cents per lb.
o cent per lb.

10 Chemical and medicinal compounds, preparations, mixtures, and salts and combinations, n. s. p.f. 47 Manufactures of gelatin, or of which gelatin is the component material of chief value, n. s. p. f.

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