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SCHEDULE 5.-SUGAR, MOLASSES, AND MANUFACTURES OF

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502

Sugars, tank bottoms, sirups of cane
juice, melada, concentrated
melada, concrete and concen-
trated molasses, testing by the
polariscope not above 75 sugar
degrees.

For each additional sugar degree
shown by the polariscopic test
(fractions of a degree in pro-
portion).

Mixtures containing sugar and
water, testing by thepolariscope
above 50 and not above 75 sugar
degrees.1

For each additional sugar degree
shown by the polariscopic test
(fractions of a degree in pro-
portion).

Molasses and sugar sirups, n. s. p. f.:
Testing not above 48 per cent
total sugars. 3

Testing above 48 per cent total
sugars, for each per cent of total
sugars (fractions of a per cent
in proportion).3

Molasses not imported to be com-
mercially used for the extrac-
tion of sugar or for human con-
sumption.

Molasses testing not above 52 per

cent total sugars, not im-
ported to be commercially used
for the extraction of sugar or for
human consumption."
Testing above 52 and not above

56 per cent total sugars, not
imported to be commercially
used for the extraction of sugar
or for human consumption."

Molasses testing:

Not above 40 degrees.

Above 40 and not above 56 de

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8 cents per lb.

51⁄2 cents per lb..
2 cents per lb.

4 cents per lb....

11⁄2 cents per lb... $2.50 per ton of $1 per ton of 2,000 2,000 lbs.

lbs.

(8).

(8).

15 per cent.1.6
214 cents per gal.1,6

41⁄2 cents per gal.1.6
3 cents per lb.
118 cents per lb.
15 per cent.

(9).

1 Effective Mar. 1, 1914. Previous to this date the rates of the act of 1909 remained in effect. The 1913 act also provided for the free entry of such raw sugars, on and after May 1, 1916, which proviso was repealed by the act of Apr. 27, 1916.

? Emergency tariff act of 1921, par. 20: Sugars, tank bottoms, sirups of cane juice, melada, concentrated melada, concrete and concentrated molasses, testing by the polariscope not above 75 degrees, 1% cents per pound, and for every additional degree shown by the polariscopic test, r cent per pound additional, and fractions of a degree in proportion; O 0 sugar drainings and sugar sweepings shall be subject

to duty as molasses or sugar, as the case may be, according to polariscopic test.

*Subject to duty as molasses or sugar, as the case may be, according to polariscopic test. New classification made by act of 1922 and continued in act of 1930.

The test by per centum of total sugars introduced by act of 1922, and by total sugar content in pounds by act of 1930.

Emergency tariff act of 1921, par. 20: Molasses testing not above 40 degrees, 24 per centum ad valorem; testing above 40 degrees and not above 56 degrees, 32 cents per gallon, testing above 56 degrees, 7 cents per gallon.

7 Glucose or grape sugar in act of 1913.

$75 per cent of the rate of duty applicable to manufactured sugar of like polariscopic test.

Dutiable according to polariscopic test.

10 New classification made by act of 1922 and retained in act of 1930.

Paragraph, act of 1930

Schedule 5.-Sugar, Molasses, and Manufactures of-Continued

Classification

505 Adonite, arabinose, dulcite, galactose, inosite, inulin, levulose, mannite, d-talose, d-tagatose, ribose, melibiose, dextrose testing above 99.7 per cent, mannose, melezitose, raffinose, rhamnose, sorbite, xylose, and other saccharides.11

Salicin.

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50 per cent..
50 per cent under
other saccharides.

Free.
Free.12

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11 New classification made by act of 1922 and retained in the act of 1930 with the specific mention of lactose. 12 Emergency tariff act of 1921, par. 24: Sugar of milk, 5 cents per pound.

13 The weight and value of the immediate coverings, other than the outer packing case or other covering, shall be included in the dutiable weight and the value of the merchandise.

14 But not less than the rate of duty provided in paragraph 501 for sugar of the same polariscopic test

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602 The term "wrapper tobacco" as
used in this title means that
quality of leaf tobacco which has
the requisite color, texture, and
burn, and is of sufficient size for
cigar wrappers, and the term
"filler tobacco " means all other
leaf tobacco. Collectors of cus-
toms shall permit entry to be
made, under rules and regulations
to be prescribed by the Secretary
of the Treasury, of any leaf to-
bacco when the invoices of the
same shall specify in detail the
character of such tobacco, whether
wrapper or filler, its origin and
quality. In the examination for
classification of any imported leaf
tobacco, at least one bale, box, or
package in every ten, and at least
one in every invoice, shall be
examined by the appraiser or
person authorized by law to make
such examination, and at least ten
hands shall be examined in each
examined bale, box, or package.
All other tobacco, manufactured or
unmanufactured, n. s. p. f.
Scrap tobacco..
Snuff and snuff flour, manufactured
of tobacco, ground dry, or damp,
and pickled, scented, or other-
wise, of all descriptions.
Tobacco stems, cut, ground, or
pulverized.

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$2.275 per lb..
$2.925 per lb.

35 cents per lb.
50 cents per lb.

$2.10 per lb..
$2.75 per lb.

35 cents per lb.
50 cents per lb.
(5)

$1.85 per lb.2
$2.50 per lb.3

35 cents per lb.
50 cents per lb.
(6, 7).

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605

Cigars, cigarettes, cheroots of all
kinds.

Paper cigars and cigarettes, includ-
ing wrappers.

$4.50 per lb. and
25 per cent.
$4.50 per lb. and
25 per cent.

55 cents per lb...
$4.50 per lb. and
25 per cent.
$4.50 per lb. and
25 per cent.

55 cents per lb. 35 cents per lb. 55 cents per lb.

Free.

$4.50 per lb. and 25
per cent.
$4.50 per lb. and 25
per cent.

'The percentage specified in tariff act of 1913 and the emergency tariff act of 1921 was 15 per cent.

2 Emergency tariff act of 1921: $2.35 per pound (see footnote 1 above). Emergency traiff act of 1921: $3.00 per pound (see footnote 1 above). Emergency tariff act of 1921 specified same rate.

5 Same as act of 1930.

Under the act of 1913 the term "wrapper tobacco" as used in this section means that quality of leaf tobacco which has the requisite color, texture, and burn, and is of sufficient size for cigar wrappers, and the term "filler tobacco" means all other leaf tobacco. Collectors of customs shall not permit entry to be made, except under regulations to be prescribed by the Secretary of the Treasury, of any leaf tobacco, unless the invoices of the same shall specify in detail the character of such tobacco, whether wrapper or filler, its origin and quality. In the examination for classification of any imported leaf tobacco, at least one bale, box, or package in every ten, and at least one in every invoice, shall be examined by the appraiser or person authorized by law to make such examination, and at least 10 hands shall be examined in each examined bale, box, or package.

7 Under the emergency tariff of 1921 the term "wrapper tobacco" as used in this section means that quality of leaf tobacco which has the requisite color, texture, and burn, and is of sufficient size for cigar wrappers, and the term "filler tobacco" means all other leaf tobacco.

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7 Emergency tariff act of 1921 (par. 13): Sheep; 1 year old or over, $2 per head; less than 1 year old, $1 per head.

Goats included under all other domestic live animals suitable for human food n. s. p. f.; goat meat, not specially provided for.

Emergency tariff act of 1921: Fresh or frozen mutton, lamb, and pork, 2 cents per pound.

10 Emergency tariff act of 1921: Meats of all kinds, prepared or preserved, n. s. p. f., 25 per cent. 11 Meats of all kinds, prepared or preserved, n. s. p. f.

12 The dutiable weight of the extract of meat and of the fluid extract of meat shall not include the weight of the packages in which the same is imported.

13 Provided, That no meats of any kind shall be imported (none of the foregoing meats shall be admitted (act of 1913) into the United States unless the same is healthful, wholesome, and fit for human food and contains no dye, chemical, preservative, or ingredient which renders the same unhealthful, unwholesome, or unfit for human food, and unless the same also complies with the rules and regulations made by the Secretary of Agriculture, and that, after entry into the United States in compliance with said rules and regulations, said meats shall be deemed and treated as domestic meats within the meaning of and shall be subject to the provisions of the act of June 30, 1906 (Thirty-fourth Statutes at Large, page 674), commonly called the "Meat Inspection Amendment," and the act of June 30, 1906 (Thirty-fourth Statutes at Large, page 768), commonly called the "Food and Drugs Act," and that the Secretary of Agriculture be and hereby is authorized to make rules and regulations to carry out the purposes of this provision (paragraph [act of 1913]), and that in such rules and regulations the Secretary of Agriculture may prescribe the terms and conditions for the destruction (for food purposes [act of 1913]) of all such meats offered for entry and refused admission into the United States unless the same be exported by the consignee within the time fixed therefor in such rules and regulations. (Acts of 1913 and 1922.)

14 Emergency tariff act of 1921: Meats of all kinds, prepared or preserved, n. s. p. f., 25 per cent.

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All the foregoing, prepared or
preserved in any manner and
not specially provided for.

4 "Chilled or frozen" added by act of 1930.

62 cents per gal-
lon.16

22 cents per gal-
lon,16 17

Free.15

62 cents per gal-
lon.16

1 cent per gal-
lon.16

Free.15

56.6 cents per gal-
lon.16

20 cents per gal-
lon.18

Free.15

2120 cents per gal-
lon.

22 cents per gal-
lon.

Free.15

220 cents per gal-
lon.

1 cent per gal-
lon.

Free.

1 cent per lb.
112 cents per lb.
13% cents per lb.
3 cents per lb.
7 cents per lb.
11⁄2 cents per lb.-

Free. 15

Free. 15

Free. 15

Free.15

Free.15

Free.13

1.8 cents per lb.
234 cents per lb..
2.53 cents per lb.
6112 cents per lb..
12% cents per lb...
3 cents per lb.
3 cents per lb...

35 per cent..-

14 cents per lb..
14 cents per lb..

7 cents per lb. but
not less than 35
per cent.

8 cents per lb...

20 per cent...

8 cents per lb 25.
8 cents per lb.

5 cents per lb. but
not less than 25
per cent. 26,27
3 cents per lb...
3 cents per lb.

50 cents each 29.
20 per cent..

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6 cents per lb.
6 cents per lb.

10 cents per lb.

10 cents per lb.

8 cents per lb.
35 per cent..

(Free.15
15 per cent.
22 cents per lb.28
21⁄2 cents per lb.26
20 per cent.26

1 cent per lb.
1 cent per lb.
Free.
Free.

2 cents per lb.30 2 cents per lb.30 30 per cent.30, 31 Free.32

15 Emergency tariff act of 1921: Milk, fresh, 2 cents per gallon; cream, 5 cents per gallon; milk, preserved or condensed, or sterilized by heating or other process, including weight of immediate coverings, 2 cents per pound.

16 Provided, That fresh or sour milk containing more than 7 per cent (Act of 1922) and 51⁄2 per cent (act of 1930) of butterfat shall be dutiable as cream, and fresh or sour cream containing more than 45 per cent of butterfat shall be dutiable as butter (acts of 1922 and 1930). Skimmed milk containing more than 1 per cent of butterfat shall be dutiable as whole milk (act of 1930).

17 Three and three-fourths cents per gallon, by presidential proclamation, effective June 13, 1929, under section 315.

18 Thirty cents per gallon, by presidential proclamation, effective June 13, 1929, under sec. 315.

19 Skimmed milk, fresh or sour, not specially mentioned in the acts of 1922 and 1913. Dutiable at rates for whole milk under act of 1922.

20 Hermetically sealed containers, act of 1922.

21 Whole milk powder, act of 1922, not specially provided for in act of 1913.

22 Provided, That dried skimmed milk containing more than 3 per cent of butterfat and dried buttermilk containing more than 6 per cent of butterfat, shall be dutiable as dried whole milk; and dried whole milk containing more than 35 per cent of butterfat shall be dutiable as dried cream (Act of 1930).

23 Cream powder, act of 1922.

24 Skimmed milk powder, act of 1922.

25 12 cents per pound by presidential proclamation, effective Apr. 5, 1926, under sec. 315.

26 Emergency tariff act of 1921: Butter and substitutes therefor, 6 cents per pound; cheese and substitutes therefor, 23 per cent.

27 Cheese having the eye formation characteristic of the Swiss or Emmenthaler type, 72 cents per pound, but not less than 372 per cent ad valorem, by presidential proclamation, effective July 8, 1927, under sec. 315. 28 Poultry" acts of 1922 and 1913.

20 Live bobwhite quail, 25 cents each, by presidential proclamation, effective Nov. 2, 1925, under sec. 315. 30 Including the weight of the immediate coverings or containers.

31 Game birds, dressed.

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meats of all kinds,

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preserved, not specially provded for in this section.

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