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Schedule 13.-Manufactures of Rayon or Other Synthetic Textile-Continued

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If the pile is wholly cut or wholly
uncut.

If the pile is partly cut...

Fabrics, with fast edges, not exceed-
ing 12 inches in width, and arti-
cles made therefrom; tubings,
garters, suspenders, braces,
cords, tassels, and cords and
tassels; all the foregoing wholly
or in chief value of rayon or
other synthetic textile, or of
rayon or other synthetic textile
and india rubber:12
N. s. p. f..

Jacquard-figured..

Knit fabric, in the piece, wholly or
in chief value of rayon or other
synthetic textile.12

Knit or crocheted articles, finished
or unfinished, wholly or in chief
value of rayon or other syn-
thetic textile: 12

Gloves and mittens..

Hose and half-hose..

Underwear..

Outerwear and articles of all
kinds.

New classification made by act of 1930.

121⁄2 cents per lb.
and 50 per cent.

55 per cent, but
not less than 45
cents per lb.
55 per cent, but
not less than 45
cents per lb.
45 per cent, but
not less than 45
cents per lb.

45 cents per lb.
and 60 per cent.
45 cents per lb.
and 70 per cent.

45 cents per lb.
and 60 per cent.
45 cents per lb.
and 65 per cent.

45 cents per lb.
and 60 per cent.
45 cents per lb.
and 70 per cent.
45 cents per lb.
and 60 per cent.

45 cents per lb.
and 65 per cent.
45 cents per lb.
and 65 per cent.
45 cents per lb.
and 65 per cent.
45 cents per lb.
and 65 per cent.

45 per cent.

30 cents per lb., 35 per cent.

but not less than

45 per cent.
50 cents per lb.,

but not less than
45 per cent.
50 cents per lb.,
but not less than
45 per cent.
55 cents per lb.,
but not less than
45 per cent.

45 cents per lb.
and 60 per cent.

35 per cent.

35 per cent.

35 per cent or 25 per cent.11

60 per cent.

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Enumerated in act of 1922 as "yarns made from artificial silk waste."

10 Enumerated in act of 1922 as "products of cellulose, not compounded, whether known as visca, cellophane, or by any other name, such as are ordinarily used in braiding or weaving and in imitation of silk, straw, or similar substances."

11 Visca and cellophane suitable in imported condition for weaving, braiding, and the like held dutiable by similitude under pår. 319 of the act of 1913 at rate of 35 per cent. Cellophane or visca in rolls, reels, or sheets held dutiable at rate of 25 per cent ad valorem by similitude to manufactures of gelatin under par. 34.

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12 New classification; in act of 1922 included in basket clause of par. 1213 reading "knit goods, ribbons, and other fabrics and articles *""; in act of 1913 included in basket clause of par. 319 reading "beltings, cords, tassels, ribbons, or other articles and fabrics

Schedule 13.-Manufactures of Rayon or Other Synthetic Textile-Continued

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1311 Clothing and articles of wearing apparel of every description, manufactured wholly or in part, wholly or in chief value of rayon or other synthetic textile, n. s. p. f.12

1312 Manufactures of filaments, fibers, yarns, or threads, of rayon or other synthetic textile, and textile products made of bands or strips (not exceeding 1 inch in width) of rayon or other synthetic textile, n. s. p. f.12

1313 Whenever used in this Act the terms "rayon" and "other synthetic textile" mean the product made by any artificial process from cellulose, a cellulose hydrate, a compound of cellulose, or a mixture containing any of the foregoing, which product is solidified into filaments, fibers, bands, strips, or sheets, whether such products are known as rayon, staple fiber, visca, or cellophane, or as artificial, imitation, or synthetic silk, wool, horsehair, or straw, or by any other name whatsoever.

12 See footnote on p. 139.

45 cents per lb.
and 60 per cent.
45 cents per lb.
and 65 per cent.
45 cents per lb.
and 65 per cent.

45 cents per lb.
and 65 per cent.

45 cents per lb.

and 60 per cent. 45 cents per lb. and 60 per cent.

60 per cent.

60 per cent.

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13 No corresponding provision.

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p. f.
Manufactures of pulp, n. s. p. f...] 30 per cent....

25 per cent..

25 per cent. 1 Provided, That if any country, dependency, province, or other subdivision of government shall forbid or restrict in any way the exportation of (whether by law, order, regulation, contractual relation, or otherwise, directly or indirectly), or impose any export duty, export license fee, or other export charge of any kind whatsoever (whether in the form of additional charge or license fee or otherwise) upon printing paper, or wood pulp, or wood for use in the manufacture of wood pulp, the President may enter into negotia tions with such country, dependency, province, or other subdivision of government to secure the removal of such prohibition, restriction, export duty, or other export charge, and if it is not removed he may, by proclamation, declare such failure of negotiations, setting forth the facts. Thereupon, and until such prohibition, restriction, export duty, or other export charge is removed, there shall be imposed upon printing paper provided for in this paragraph, when imported either directly or indirectly from such country, dependency, province, or other subdivision of government, an additional duty of 10 per centum ad valorem and in addition thereto an amount equal to the highest export duty or other export charge imposed by such country, dependency, province, or other subdivision of government, upon either an equal amount of printing paper or an amount of wood pulp or wood for use in the manufacture of wood pulp necessary to manufacture such printing paper. (Acts of 1930 and 1922.)

Act of 1913: Provided, however, That if any country, dependency, province, or other subdivision of government shall impose any export duty, export license fee, or other charge of any kind whatsoever (whether in the form of additional charge or license fee or otherwise) upon printing paper, wood pulp, or wood for use in the manufacture of wood pulp, there shall be imposed upon printing paper, valued above 22 cents per pound, when imported either directly or indirectly from such country, dependency, province, or other subdivision of government, an additional duty equal to the amount of the highest export duty or other export charge imposed by such country, dependency, province, or other subdivision of government, upon either printing paper, or upon an amount of wood pulp, or wood for use in the manufacture of wood pulp necessary to manufacture such printing paper.

Printing paper, n. s. p. f.

Act of 1913 provided a rate of 12 per cent for printing paper valued above 21⁄2 cents per pound. By the revenue act of Sept. 8, 1916, the value division was changed to 5 cents, and by the act of Apr. 23, 1920, to 8 cents for two years thereafter.

4 If any country, dependency, province, or other subdivision of government imposes a duty on any article specified in this paragraph, when imported from the United States, in excess of the duty herein provided, there shall be imposed upon such article, when imported either directly or indirectly from such country, dependency, province, or other subdivision of government, a duty equal to that imposed by such country, dependency, province, or other subdivision of government on such article imported from the United States. (Acts of 1930 and 1922.)

5 Provided, That for the purposes of this act any of the foregoing less than twelve one-thousandths of one inch in thickness shall be deemed to be paper. (Act of 1930.) * less than nine one-thousandths

of an inch. (Act of 1922.)

6 No corresponding classification.

7 Pulpboard in rolls for use in manufacture of wall board, 5 per cent.

Adhesive, for sheathing vessels.

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1404 Papers, colored or uncolored, white
or printed, and whether in
sheets or any other form:
Weighing not over 6 pounds to

the ream of 288,000 square
inches (ream of 480 sheets, on
the basis of 20 by 30 inches,
act of 1922)-
Bibulous, copying, pottery,
stereotype, and tissue.
Carbon, coated or uncoated;
condenser: tissue for waxing.
India and bible paper-----

Paper similar to any of the fore-
going, n. s. p. f.
Weighing over 6 and less than 10

pounds to the ream-
Bibulous, copying, pottery,
stereotype, and tissue.
Carbon, coated or uncoated;
condenser; tissue for waxing.
India and bible paper..

Paper similar to any of the fore-
going, n. s. p. f.
Weighing 10 or more and less than
2011⁄2 pounds to the ream-
India and bible paper..

Crêpe paper. including paper
crêped or partly crêped in any

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faces:

Embossed or printed otherwise
than lithographically.
N. s. p. f..

Papers wholly or partly covered
with gelatin or flock.
Papers wholly or partly covered
with linseed oil cement.
Papers wholly or partly covered

with metal or its solutions.
Weighing less than 15 pounds
per ream of 480 sheets, on the
basis of 20 by 25 inches.
Uncoated papers, including wrap-

ping paper with the surface or surfaces wholly or partly decorated or covered with a design, fancy effect, pattern, or character, except designs, fancy effects, patterns, or characters produced on a paper machine without attachments, or produced by lithographic process.19 Embossed, or printed otherwise

than lithographically, or wholly
. or partly covered with metal or
its solutions, or with gelatin or
flock.

Papers with paraffin or wax-coated
surface or surfaces.

6 cents per lb. and
20 per cent.
6 cents per lb. and
20 per cent.
6 cents per lb. and
20 per cent.
6 cents per lb. and
20 per cent.

5 cents per lb. and
15 per cent.
5 cents per lb. and
15 per cent.
5 cents per lb. and
15 per cent.
5 cents per lb. and
15 per cent.

4 cents per lb. and

15 per cent.

6 cents per lb. and
15 per cent.

6 cents per lb. and
15 per cent.

5 cents per lb. and
15 per cent.
5 cents per lb. and
15 per cent.
5 cents per lb. and
15 per cent.
5 cents per lb. and
15 per cent.
5 cents per lb. and
15 per cent.
5 cents per lb. and

18 per cent.

41⁄2 cents per lb.
and 10 per cent.

42 cents per lb.
and 20 per cent.

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'Provided, That no article composed wholly or in chief value of one or more of the papers specified in this paragraph shall be subject to a less rate of duty than that imposed upon the component paper of chief value of which such article is made. (Acts of 1930 and 1922.) Articles manufactured from any of the foregoing papers or of which such paper is the component material of chief value, 30 per cent. (Act of 1913.) 10 All papers n. s. p. f.

11 Printing paper n. s. p. f.

12 Weighing less than 18 pounds to the ream.

13 Manufacture of paper, n. s. p. f.

14 Crêpe paper.

15 Paper with coated surface or surfaces n. s. p. f.

16 Paperwith coated surface whether or not embossed suitable for covering boxes.

17 Wholly or partly covered with metal leaf.

18 "Uncoated" not in act of 1922.

19 Whether produced in the pulp or otherwise except by lithographic process. (Act 1913.)

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35 per cent.

1400 Cloth-lined or reinforced paper..

Gummed papers, n. s. p. f..
Simplex decalcomania paper not
printed.

Vegetable parchment paper, grease-
proof and imitation parchment
papers which have been super-
calendered and rendered trans-
parent or partially so, by what-
ever name known, all other grease-
proof and imitation parchment
paper, n. s. p. f., by whatever
name known.

Bags, printed matter other than
lithographic, and all other arti-
cles, composed wholly or in chief
value of any of the foregoing pa-
pers, n. s. p. f.
Boxes, covered or lined with any of

the foregoing papers or litho-
graphed paper, or covered or
lined with cotton or other vege-
table fiber:

Paper, papier-mâché or wood....

Plain basic paper ordinarily used
in the manufacture of paper com-
monly or commercially known
either as blue print or brown
print, and plain basic paper ordi-
narily used for similar purposes.
Sensitized paper commonly or com-
mercially known either as blue
print or brown print, and similar
sensitized paper.

Unsensitized paper to be sensitized
for use in photography:

Basic

Baryta coated.

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35 per cent. Free.

35 per cent.

35 per cent.

5 cents per lb. and
20 per cent.
3 cents per lb. and
15 per cent.20

35 per cent. 15 per cent.20

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Sensitized paper, to be used in
photography.

30 per cent..

65 per cent.

3 cents per lb. and
20 per cent.21
3 cents per lb. and
20 per cent.21
65 per cent..

25 per cent.21

25 per cent.21 25 per cent.

1406

Wet transfer paper or paper pre-
pared wholly with glycerin or
glycerin combined with other
materials, containing the im-
prints taken from lithographic
plates or stones.22

Pictures, calendars, cards, labels,

flaps, cigar bands, placards, and
other articles, composed wholly
or in chief value of paper litho-
graphically printed in whole or
in part from stone, gelatin,
metal, or other material (except
boxes, views of American scen-
ery or objects, and music, and
illustrations when forming part
of a periodical or newspaper, or
of bound or unbound books, ac-
companying the same), n. s. p. f.,
shall be subject to duty at the
following rates:
Labels and flaps 23-

Printed in less than 8 colors

(bronze printing to be
counted as 2 colors), but not
printed in whole or in part
in metal leaf.

30 cents per lb... 25 cents per lb..... 15 cents per lb.

Embossed or die-cut, not ex- 35 cents per lb... 35 cents per lb..

(6).

ceeding 10 square inches

cutting size in dimensions.

No corresponding classification.

20 Plain basic paper for albumenizing, sensitizing, baryta coating, or for photographic processes by using solar or artificial light. (Act of 1922; provision to the same effect in act of 1913.)

21 Albumenized or sensitized paper or paper otherwise surface coated for photographic purposes. 22 "On stones" added by act of 1922.

23 No extra duty for embossing or die-cutting. (Acts of 1922 and 1930.)

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