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(Acts of 1930 and 1922.)

Free.

2 cents per lb.

1 cent per lb.
2 cents per lb.
2 cents per lb.49

Free.

2 cents per lb. 8 per cent.51, 52

2 cents per lb.52

25 per cent.52

32 cents rer lb.54

43 In the assessment of duties on vegetables of any kind no segregation or allowance of any kind shall be made for foreign matter or impurities mixed therewith.

44 Specifically mentioned only in act of 1930.

45 Vegetables, prepared or preserved, n. s. p. f.

46" Soup rolls, soup tablets or cubes, and other soup preparations," new in act of 1930.

47❝Including horseradish," new in act of 1930.

48"Or if reduced to flour," new in act of 1930.

49 Articles used as coffee, or as substitutes for coffee, n. s. p. f.

50 Net weight.

51 Prepared or manufactured, n. s. p. f.

52 The weight and the 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.

83 Powdered or otherwise prepared.

54 Cocoa butter.

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55 Mixed spices in acts of 1930 and 1922.

56 Provided, That in all the foregoing no allowance shall be made for dirt or other foreign matter: Provided further, That the importation of pepper shells, ground or unground, is hereby prohibited. (Act of 1930. Similar provisions in act of 1922.)

57 Not bleached, colored, dyed, painted, or chemically treated," new in act of 1930.

58 Emergency tariff act of 1921: "Having a staple of 13% inches or more in length, 7 cents per pound."

SCHEDULE 8.-SPIRITS, WINES, AND OTHER BEVERAGES

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801 (a) Nothing in this schedule shall be
construed as in any manner limit-
ing or restricting the provisions of
Title II or III of the National Pro-
hibition Act, as amended.
The duties prescribed in Schedule 8
and imposed by Title I shall be in
addition to the internal-revenue
taxes imposed under existing law,
or any subsequent act.

:801(b)

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802 Brandy and other spirits manufac- $5 per proof gallon. $5 per proof gallon $2.60 per proof galtured or distilled from grain or

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other materials.

Compounds and preparations of $5 per proof gallon. $5 per proof gallon

which distilled spirits are the com

ponent material of chief value and

n. s. p. f.

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Not less than $2.60

per proof gallon.

Cordials, liqueurs, arrack, absinthe, $5 per proof gallon $5 per proof gallon3 $2.60 per proof galkirschwasser, ratafia, and bitters

of all kinds containing spirits.

wines:

In bottles containing each

1⁄2 pint or less

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Champagne and all other sparkling $6 per gallon................

$6 per gallon.---

$2.40 per dozen.
$4.80 per dozen. 4

$9.60 per dozen. +

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Still wines, including ginger wine or $1.25 per gallon... $1.25 per gallon....

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806 (a) Cherry juice, prune juice, or prune

wine, and all other fruit juices
and fruit sirups n. s. p. f.:
Containing less than 2 per
cent of alcohol.

Containing 1⁄2 per cent or more of
alcohol.

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1 Acts of 1930 and 1922. No corresponding provisions in act of 1913.

? Imported spirits are subject to this duty in addition to the internal-revenue tax.

Angostura bitters, $2.60 per proof gallon, act of 1922.

No separate or additional duty on the bottles.

In addition to $9.60 per dozen bottles on the quantity in excess of 1 quart.

45 cents per gallon." 60 cents per gallon.

$1.85 per case. $1.85 per case.

6 cents per pint or fractional part.

45 cen tsper gallon." 23 cents per gallon.

45 cents per gallon. 23 cents per gallon. 45 per cent.

70 cents per gal.

70 cents per gal.'

Provided, That any of the foregoing articles specified in this paragraph when imported containing more than 24 per cent of alcohol shall be classed as spirits and pay duty accordingly.

? No separate or additional duty on the bottles or jugs.

On alcohol contained therein.

And in addition thereto $2.07 per proof gallon on the alcohol contained therein.

Schedule 8.-Spirits, Wines, and Other Beverages-Continued

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11 On the alcohol contained therein or that can be produced therefrom.

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20 per cent.
20 per cent and in
addition $2.50 per
proof gal. on
alcohol in excess-
of 10 per cent.

12 cents per doz.

18 cents per doz.

28 cents per doz.

50 cents per gal.

(14).

12 Lemon, lime, and sour orange juice, free; other citrus fruit juices dutiable as "other fruit juices." 13 Bottles or other coverings dutiable as if imported empty.

14 Same rates as on ginger ale, etc.

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15 Bottles or other containers dutiable at one-third the rates as if imported empty or separately. 16 Similar provision in act of 1922; separate provision with articles in act of 1913.

17 Provided, That any brandy or other spirituous or distilled liquors imported in any sized cask, bottle, jug, or other packages of or from any country, dependency, or province under whose laws similar sized casks, bottles, jugs, or other packages of distilled spirits, wine, or other beverage put up or filled in the United States are denied entrance into such country, dependency, or province, shall be forfeited to the United States. (Acts of 1930, 1922, and 1913.) Any brandy or other spirituous or distilled liquor imported in a cask of less capacity than 10 gallons from any country shall be forfeited to the United States. (Act of 1913.)

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