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907 Waterproof cloth, wholly or in chief 40 per cent

5 cents per sq. yd. | 25 per cent. value of cotton or other vegetable

and 30 per cent. fiber, whether or not in part of

India rubber.
908 Tapestries and other Jacquard- 55 per cent.. 45 per cent. 35 per cent.

figured upholstery cloths (not
including pile fabrics or bed tick-
ing) 21 in the piece or otherwise,
wholly or in chief value of cotton

or other vegetable fiber.
909 Pile fabrics (including pile ribbons),

cut or uncut, whether or not
the pile covers the entire sur-
face, wholly or in chief value of
cotton, and all articles, finished
or unfinished, made or cut from
such pile fabrics:
Velveteens or velvets.
6212 per cent. 50 per cent.

40 per cent.22
Corduroys, plushes, or chenilles. 50 per cent.

50 per cent.

40 per cent.
Terry-woven.

40 per cent.
40 per cent.

40 per cent. 23 910 Table damask, wholly or in chief 30 per cent

30 por cent.

25 per cent.
value of cotton, and all articles,
finished or unfinished, made or

cut from such table damask.
911(a) Quilts or bedspreads: 24
Jacquard-figured.
40 per cent.

30 per cent. 25
Not Jacquard-figured.
25 per cent.

25 per cent.
Woven of two or more sets of

40 per cent.
warp or filling threads.
Other

25 per cent.
Blankets: 24
Jacquard-figured..

45 per cent.
45 per cent.

30 per cent.28
Not Jacquard-figured.
30 per cent but 25 per cent.

25 per cent.
not less than
1414 cents per

lb.
Blanket cloth (napped or un-

napped) 24, 26– Jacquard-figured...

45 per cent.

$45 per cent 27

140 per cent 28 30. per cant.29 Not Jacquard-figured.

30 per cent but not 40 per cent 29 30 per cent.29

less than 1444

cents per lb. Jacquard-figured napped cloth 249. 45 per cent.

45 per cent.

(30).
Towels, other than pila fabrics: 24
Jacquard-figured.

40 per cent.

40 per cent. 30 per cent.25
Not Jacquard-figured

25 per cent.
25 per cent.

25 per cent. 911(b) Sheets and pillowcases, wholly or 25 per cent.

25 per cent.

25 per cent.
in chief value of cotton.
Polishing cloths, dust cloths, and 25 per cent.

25 per cent.

25 per cent.
mop cloths, wholly or in chief
value of cotton, not made of pile

fabrics.
Table and bureau covers, center- 30 per cent.

30 per cent..

30 per cent.31
pieces, runners, scarfs, napkins,
and doilies, made of plain-woven
cotton cloth and not specially

provided for.
912 Fabrics, with fast edges, not ex- 35 per cent.. 35 per cent... 25 per cent.

ceeding 12 inches in width, and
articles made therefrom; tubings,
garters, suspenders, braces, cords,
tassels, and cords and tassels; alí
the foregoing, wholly or in chief
value of cotton or of cotton and

india rubber, n. s. p. f. 21 (“Not including pile fabrics or bed ticking") added in act of 1930. 22 Polishing cloths made of velveteens or velvet, 25 per cent. 23 Towels, bath mats, wash rags or cloths, 25 per cent. 24 Wholly or in chiof value of cotton, whether in the piece or otherwise. 25 All other Jacquard-figured manufactures of cotton, or of which cotton is the component material of chief value.

26 “Blanket cloth (napped or unnapped)" added in act of 1930; not specifically mentioned in acts of 1913 and 1922.

27 If napped.

28 If unnapped, dutiable as manufactures of which cotton is the component material of chief value, n. S. p. f.

29 Manufactures of which cotton is the component material of chief value, n. s. p. f.
30 Dutiable under paragraphs 252 and 253 as cotton cloth.
31 Manufactures of cotton, n. s. p. f.

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912 Spindle banding, and lamp and 30 per cent... 10 cents per lb. 25 per cent. stove wicking, wholly or in chief

and

1222 per
value of cotton or other vegetable

cent.
fiber.
Candle wicking, wholly or in chief 10 cents per lb. 10 cents per lb. 25 per cent.

value of cotton or other vegetable and 1212 per and 1212 per
fiber.

cent.

cent.
Boot, shoe, or corset lacings, wholly | 30 per cent... 15 cents per lb. 25 per cent.
or in chief value of cotton or other

and 20 per cent.
vegetable fiber.
Loom harness, healds, and collets, | 35 per cent.- 25 cents per lb. 25 per cent.
wholly or in chief value of cotton

and 25 per cent.
or other vegetable fiber.
Labels, for garments or other arti- 50 per cent.

50 per cent.

25 per cent. cles, wholly or in chief value of

cotton or other vegetable fiber.
913(a) Belts and belting, for machinery, 30 per cent.. 30 per cent... 15 per cent.

wholly or in chief value of cotton
or other vegetable fiber, or of cot-
ton or other vegetable fiber and

india rubber.
913(b) Rope used as belting for textile ma- 40 per cent... 30 per cent 32 30 per cent.33

chinery, wholly or in chief value

of cotton. 914 Knit fabric, in the piece, wholly or

30 per cent.33
in chief value of cotton or other

vegetable fiber:
Made on a warp-knitting machine 45 per cent.

55 per cent.
Made on other than a warp-knit- 35 per cent.. 35 per cent.

ting machine.
915 Gloves and mittens, finished or

unfinished, wholly or in chief
value of cotton or other vege-

table fiber: 34
Made of fabric knit on a warp-

60 per cent.
knitting machine.
If single fold of such fabric-
When unshrunk and not

50 per cent.
sueded, and having less
than 40 rows of loops per
inch in width on the face of

the glove.
When shrunk or sueded or

$2.50 per doz. pairs
having 40 or more rows of

and 10 cents per loops per inch in width on

dozen pairs for 35 per cent.35 the face of the glove and

each inch over 1 ] not over 11 inches.

inches. 36 If of 2 or more folds of fabric,

$3 per doz. pairs any fold of which is made on

and 10 cents per a warp-knitting machine and

dozen pairs for not over 11 inches.

each inch over

11 inches. 36
Made of fabric knit on other than 50 per cent..

50 per cent.
a warp-knitting machine.
Made of woven fabric..

25 per cent.

25 per cent.
Embroidered.

60 per cent.
75 per cent..

60 per cent. 916 Hose and half-hose, finished or un

finished, wholly or in chief
value of cotton or other vege-

table fiber:
(a) Selvedged, fashioned, seam- 50 per cent.. 50 per cent.

less, or mock-seamed, made
wholly or in part on knitting

machines, or knit by hand,
Valued at-
Not more than 70 cents per

30 per cent.
dozen pairs.
More than 70 cents and not

40 per cent.
more than $1.20 per dozen
pairs.
More than $1.20 per dozen

50 per cent.
pairs.
(b) Made or cut from knitted 30 per cent.

30 per cent.. 20 per cent.
fabric, and n. s. p. f.
32 Dutiable as belting for machinery, under par. 913.
33 Manufactures of cotton n. s. p. f.

24 “And mittens, finished or unfinished,” added in act of 1930; mittens dutiable as wearing apparel under the acts of 1922 and 1913.

35 Cotton gloves, by whatever process made.
38 But in no case less than 40 nor more than 75 per cent.

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per cent.

917 Underwear, outerwear, and articles

of all kinds, knit or crocheted, fin-
ished or unfinished, wholly or in $45 per cent.

$45 per cent 37
chief value of cotton or other vege-

140 per cent 38 }30 per cent.
table fiber, n. s. p. f.
918 Handkerchiefs and woven muf-

flers, 39 wholly or in chief value
of cotton, finished or unfin-

ished:
Not hemmed..

Subject to duty as Subject to duty as 25 per cent.
cloth.

cloth 10
Hemmed or hemstitched.. As cloth, plus 10 As cloth, plus 10 30 per cent.

per cent.

per cent. 40 919 Clothing and articles of wearing ap- 3712 per cent... 35 per cent.

30 per cent.
parel of every description, manu-
factured wholly or in part, wholly
or in chief value of cotton, n. s.

p. f.
Shirt collars and cuffs, of cotton, 30 cents per doz. 30 cents per doz.

30 per cent.
n. s. p. f.

pieces and 10 pieces and 10

per cent. Shirts of cotton, not knit or cro 45 per cent.

35 per cent 11.

30 per cent.11
cheted.
920 Lace window curtains, nets, net 60 per cent.

tings, pillow shams, and bed
sets, and all other fabrics and
articles, by whatever name
known, plain or Jacquard-
figured, finished or unfinished,
wholly or partly manufactured,
for any use whatsoever, made
on the Nottingham lace-curtain
machine, wholly or in chief
value of cotton or other vege-

table fiber:
Counting not more than 5 points

1/2 cents per sq.
or spaces between the warp

yd., plus 25 per threads to the inch.

cent.12 More than 5 such points or spaces

142 cents per sq.
to the inch.

yd., plus %4 cent
per sq. yd. per
point over 5

points, plus 25
Lace window curtains, pillow

per cent.12
shams, and bed sets, finished
or unfinished, made on the Not-
tingham lace curtain machine,
and composed of cotton or

other vegetable fiber:
Counting not more than 6 points

35 per cent.
or spaces between the warp

threads to the inch.
More than 6 and not more than 8
points or spaces to the inch.

40 per cent.
9 or more points or spaces to the
inch.

45 per cent.
Nets, nettings, and articles
made wholly or in part

60 per cent..
thereof.
921 Rag rugs, wholly or in chief value of

75 per cent.------
35 per cent 43..

20 per cent.
cotton, of the type commonly
known as “hit-and-miss."
Chenille rugs, wholly or in chief 40 per cent.

35 per cent
value of cotton.

20 per cent. All other floor coverings, including 35 per cent.

35 per cent or 40 20 per cent. carpets, carpeting, mats, and

per cent. 44 rugs, wholly or in chief value of

cotton. 37 Wearing apparel. 38 Knit cotton articles, n. s. p. f., other than wearing apparel, dutiable as manufactures of cotton, n. s. p. f. 30 “Woven" added by act of 1930.

40 Provided, That none of the foregoing, when containing yarns the average number of which does not exceed number 40, shall pay less than 30 per centum ad valorem; nor when exceeding number 40, less than 40 per centum ad valorem. 41 Dutiable as wearing apparel, of cotton, n. s. p. f. 42 Provided, That none of the foregoing shall pay a less rate of duty than 60 per centum ad valorem.

43 35 per cent on American selling price by presidential proclamation, effective Feb. 28, 1928, under sec. 315.

44 All other floor coverings, n. s. p. f.

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45 As junk.
46 No corresponding provision

47 No corresponding provision in the act of 1913 but the emergency tariff act of 1921 imposed a duty of 7 cents per pound, in addition to the rates of duty in the act of 1913, on manufactures of which cotton having a staple of 138 inches or more in length was the component material of chief value.

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SCHEDULE 10.-FLAX, HEMP, AND JUTE, AND MANUFAC

TURES OF

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Free.

1001 Crin vegetal, twisted or not twisted- 1 cent per lb..----- 54 cent per lb..-..- Free.1

Flax:
Hackled, including “dressed 3 cents per lb...- 2 cents per lb. Free.

line."
Not hackled..
142 cents per lb. 1 cent per lb.

Free.
Noils.

1 cent per lb. 84 cent per lb. Free.
Tow.
1 cent per lb. 84 cent per lb.

Free.
Straw
$3 per ton.. $2 per ton.

Free.
Hemp.

2 cents per lb 1 cent per lb.
Hackled.
372 cents per lb. 2 cents per lb.

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

Free. 1002

Sliver and roving:
Flax.

20 per cent.
20 per cent

15 per cent. 2
Hemp..

20 per cent.
20 per cent.

115 per cent.2

1135 per cent.
Ramie.

20 per cent.
20 per cent.

15 per cent. Other vegetable fiber, n. s. p. f... 20 per cent. 20 per cent.. 35 per cent. 1003 Jute yarns or roving," single:

Coarser in size than 20-pound. 272 cents per lb. 272 cents per lb.
20-pound up to but not including 4 cents per lb. 4 cents per lb.

10-pound.
10-pound up to but not including 522 cents per lb...-- 572 cents per lb..--

5-pound.
5-pound and finer...

7 cents per lb., but 7 cents per lb.,but

not more than 40 not more than 40
per cent.

per cent.
Not finer than 5 lea or number.

15 per cent. Finer than 5 lea or number..

20 per cent. Jute sliver.

1/2 cents per lb... 142 cents per lb..-- 35 per cent.3
Twist, twine, and cordage, com-

posed of two or more jute yarns
or rovings twisted together:
Not bleached, dyed, or otherwise

wise treated
The size of the single yarn or

roving of which is-
Coarser than 20-pound. 342 cents per lb... 32 cents per lb..
20-pound up to but not in- 5 cents per lb..-- 5 cents per lb...

cluding 10-pound.
10-pound up to but not in- 642 cents per lb...- 612 cents per lb...

35 per cent.3, 3
cluding 5-pound.
5-pound and finer..

9 cents per lb...- 11 cents per lb.----
Bleached, dyed, or otherwise

treated-
The size of the single yarn or

roving of which is-
Coarser than 20-pound. 512 cents per lb..-- 392 cents per lb..--
20-pound up to but not in- 7 cents per lb..---- 5 cents per lb.

cluding 10-pound.
10-pound up to but not in- 842 cents per lb..-- 642 cents per lb..-- $35 per cent.8. 8

cluding 5-pound. 5-pound and finer.

11 cents per lb... 11 cents per lb.---1004(a) Single yarns, of flax, hemp, or

ramie, or a mixture of any of

them:
Not finer than 60 lea.

35 per cent..
Finer than 60 lea-
In the gray.-

25 per cent. 35 cents per lb.6
Boiled

25 per cent.

37 cents per lb.
Bleached, dyed, or otherwise 25 per cent.

40 cents per lb...
treated.
Not finer than 12 lea-

10 cents per lb.6
Boiled.

12 cents per lb.
Bleached, dyed, or otherwise

15 cents per lb.6.
treated.
Finer than 12 lea and not finer
than 60 lea-

10 cents per lb.6. 7.
Boiled.

12 cents per lb.6. 7 Bleached, dyed, or otherwise

15 cents per lb.6, 7. treated.

In the gray

In the gray

1 Grasses and fibers, n. s. p. f.
2 Flax and hemp roving, dutiable by similitude to ramie sliver or roving.
3 Manufactures of flax, hemp, or other vegetable fiber, n. s. p. f.
4 "Or roving,” added by act of 1922.
0 Jute twine and cordage, 35 per cent; jute twist, 20 per cent as jute yarn, n. s. p. f.
6 But not less than 25 nor more than 35 per cent.
7 And one-half cent per pound additional for each lea or part of a lea in excess of 12.

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