« AnteriorContinuar »
The diplomatic agents of Ecuador can introduce free of duty when returning to the country up to
The natural and manufactured products of Peru, when not prohibited, can be introduced by the dry
The effects for the personal use of foreign ministers and diplomatic agents from foreign countries
The foreign diplomatic agents will present to the director of the custom-house or to the custom-beuse
Advertisement of manufactures in paper, books, Masts for ships.
Machines and apparatus for drying cocoa.
Flooring, of marble, stone, or glass.
Gas retorts, earthen.
Globes, astronomical and geographical.
Railway material of every kind, and accessories
Iron, pig, plate, bar, rod, and T.
Seeds for planting.
Silver ore and bars, when not prohibited.
Monuments or tombstones of over 1 meter (9.37
Porcelain, ordinary, for table and other domestic
Printing presses and accessories.
CLASS 4.-2 centavos per kilogram (2.2046 pounds).
Type and printer's ink.
Wood in beams and boards, although planed and
Paper, white, printing, packing, and lining, for
Pipes and tubes, of earth, lead, iron, or porcelain.
Staves, for hogsheads.
Tubes and pipes, of earth, lead, iron, or porcelain.
CLASS 5.-8 centavos per kilogram (2.2046 pounds).
Sheet iron, galvanized, for roofs, gutters, walls, Tin plates, not perforated.
Handles for tools.
Machines for tinsmiths and carpenters, weighing
50 kilos (110 pounds) and over.
Marble in the rough.
Mortars, of marble or porcelain.
CLASS 7.-10 centavos per kilogram (2.2046 pounds).
Porcelain, ordinary, for domestic use.
Retorts, iron, for soda water.
Screws, for blacksmiths.
Skins of small cattle.
Statues, more than 1 meter (39.37 inches) high.
Steel in bars.
Stoves, cooking, iron.
Tacks, metal, not ornamental.
Tapioca and other stringed vegetables.
Tin, in sheets, not perforated, or in bars.
Wine, ordinary, red or white, and medicinal.
Paper, writing, and all other not elsewhere specified.
Pitchers, fine earthenware.
Shoe pegs, of wood or metal.
Sirups, not for medicinal purposes.
Tarred felt, for boats.
Thread, for sewing bags or sails.
Trunks (not used as wrappers), containing mer-
Whetstones for razors.
CLASS 8.-15 centavos per kilogram (2.2046 pounds).
Tools for artisans, of steel, iron, brass, or wood.
Handkerchiefs, not containing silk or wool.
Hooks and eyes.
Beads of porcelain, metal, or brass.
Brushes, for the teeth and nails.
Buttons, of mother-of-pearl.
Cartridges for firearms, charged or empty, if not
Clothing, ready-made, such as shirts, collars,
Elastic, of wool or silk, for shoes.
India-rubber boots and shoes.
Mirrors with frames,
Molding, of wood, gilt or ungilt, in pieces or set up.
Ornamented shirts, drawers, stockings, etc., of
Paint brushes and pencils.
Adornments for dresses, not of silk.
Broidered strips of cotton or linen.
Clothing, ready-made or sewed, of cotton, wool, or
Pencils for writing and carpenters' pencils.
Pipes and mouthpieces of wood or clay.
Printed or lithographed documents.
Rods of wood or iron.
Shawls and thread of cotton not containing silk or
CLASS 10.-50 centavos per kilogram (2.2046 pounds).
Lace, braid, bead-fringes, of linen or wool, not con-
Neckties of cotton.
Shoestrings of linen or cotton.
Skins, prepared, for shoes or other purposes.
Statues less than 1 meter (39.37 inches) high.
Thread for sewing or knitting, of cotton or linen.
Visiting cards, plain or printed.
Perfumery in general, oils, paints, cosmetics,
soaps, powder, smelling salts (except Florida
Saddlery, spurs, bits, etc.
Tassels of cotton.
Wires, covered, for artificial flowers and leaves.
CLASS 11.-1 sucre per kilogram (2.2046 pounds).
Bonnets, caps, and toques, trimmed.
Cigar holders or pipes (other than the common
Dresses of cotton, linen, or wool. with stripes, flowers, or embroidery of silk or metallic threads.
Dresses of cotton, linen, or wool, even without
Braces which contain silk.
Cigar cases, fine.
Crystal pitchers, jars, and flower vases, enameled
Figures for adorning parlors.
Ready made clothing, of wool, not silk lined.
CLASS 12.-1.50 sucres per kilogram (2.2046 pounds).
Hair, human, natural or false.
Hats, bonnets, etc., with ornaments, for ladies and
Feathers for hats.
Galloons or fringes other than gold or silver.
Silk, sewing or embroidering, on bobbins.
Trimmings of cotton, wool, or linen,
Watches not of gold or silver.
CLASS 13.-2 sucres per kilogram (2.2046 pounds).
Porcelain pitchers, jars, and flower vases, enam-
Silk goods, pure or mixed (except silk in spools),
CLASS 14.-3 sucres per kilogram (2.2046 pounds).
Dresses, ready-made, of silk; fans of all kinds, except of straw or paper; jewelry cases, empty.
CLASS 15.-30 per cent ad valorem.
Objects of gold and silver and precious stones of all kinds and the cases in which they are contained.
The Ecuadorian consul at the port of shipment shall legalize the general manifests and invoices submitted to him by shippers. These documents shall be drawn up in Spanish and presented in quadruple copies, one of which shall be remitted to the shipper, another shall be addressed to the customs administrator at the place to which the cargo is destined, the third shall be transmitted to the minister of finance, and the last shall be preserved in the archives of the consulate.
The consular invoice shall be formed after model No. 9, expressing the kind of package, such as bags, or boxes, or barrels, and the special contents thereof, not using general terms, as wool, cotton, hardware, but designating them specially. Where there is no Ecuadorian consul, that of a friendly nation will certify; failing consular agents, the local authorities will certify.
Consuls will not certify memorandums nor invoices directed to ports not open for imports, nor after the ships have left the ports to which the documents refer, under penalty of removal; and it is their duty to make exact textual of the same certification of all the copies of each memorandum or invoice without demanding more for this than the fees, which herewith follows.
It is prohibited to include in the same invoice two or more shipments, but each of these must carry its own invoice.
The consuls will charge for the certification of invoices according to value in the
For the manifests consuls will collect 1 centavo of a sucre for every ton burden.
The customs shall, on the import duties leviable, collect the following surtaxes, the proceeds of which shall be applied to the undermentioned expenses:" (1) Twenty per cent for the railroad.
(2) Ten per cent for the foreign debt.
(3) Two per cent for drainage of Guayaquil.
(4) Four per cent for the consolidation of the municipal debt of Guayaquil. (5) Twenty per cent for providing the payment of the bonds emitted according to the decree for a loan of 1,500,000 sucres.
(6) Six per cent for wharf dues.
(7) Four per cent for the construction of the Guayaquil custom-house.
Wood, which may be introduced from abroad in logs or beams, for building, and beams or boards even when planed, will pay one-half of 1 centavo per kilogram.
There will be collected on foreign sugar for each quintal 5 centavos and 2 per cent on the importation of liquors, excluding wine.
These duties will be directly delivered by the collector of customs to the treasurer of the College of San Vicente, Guayaquil, and the treasurer of the directory of the benificence of said city every fifteen days.
EXTRA DUTIES, MISCELLANEOUS.
For the construction of railroads and for funds for appropriating lands which the city may order, there will collected, according to the decree of October 3, 1894, and December 5, 1896, the following duties:
For the construction of railroads, 10 centavos for every 100 kilograms (220.46 pounds) gross weight, upon the packages and articles of importation and exportation, the exports of ivory nuts, pitch, hides, split and whole canes, fowls, vegetables, coal, barks, fruits, woods, plants, sisal hemp, tamarinds, and minerals excepted.
For the expropriation expenses of the city (Guayaquil) during two years, 30 centavos of surcharges for each kilogram of gross weight on the duties on importation of matches, and one-half cent of surcharge on all exports for each kilogram except ivory nuts.
Bark of mangrove tree.
The duties on exports will be collected according to the following tariff for each 100 kilograms (220.46 pounds) of gross weight:
ADDITIONAL SPECIAL DUTIES.
SAN VICENTE COLLEGE DUTIES.
The custom-houses of the provinces of Guayas and Manabi (except Callo and Esmeraldas) will collect the following additional export duties: Raw cotton, for each 46 kilograms, 10 centavos.
Toquilla straw for hats.