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774 Vegetables in their natural state:43
Peppers 41

3 cents per lb.
25 per cent.

15 per cent.
Eggplant 44
3 cents per lb. 25 per cent.

15 per cent.
Cucumbers 14
3 cents per lb. 25 per cent.

15 per cent.
Squash 14
2 cents per lb. 25 per cent.

15 per cent.
Celery 44
2 cents per lb. 25 per cent

15 per cent.
Lettuce 44
2 cents per lb. 25 per cent

15 per cent.
Cabbage 44
2 cents per lb. 25 per cent

15 per cent.
Crude horseradish 44.
3 cents per lb. Free..

Free.
All other n. s. p. f.
50 per cent. 25 per cent.

15 per cent. 775 Bean stick, miso, bean cake, and 35 per cent.

35 per cent. 25 per cent.
similar products, n. s. p. f.
Sauces of all kinds, n. s. p. f. 35 per cent.. 35 per cent. 25 per cent.
Soups, soup rolls, soup tablets or 35 per cent.

35 per cent.

25 per cent.46
cubes, and other soup prepara-
tions, 16 pastes, balls, puddings,
hash, and all similar forms, com-
posed of vegetables, or of vege-
tables and meat or fish, or both,

n. S. p. f.
Sauerkraut..

50 per cent.
35 per cent.

25 per cent.
Pimientos, packed in brine or in oil, 6 cents per lb... 6 cents per lb.

25 per cent.45
or prepared or preserved in any

manner.
Soy beans, prepared or preserved in 35 per cent.. 35 per cent..

25 per cent.45
any manner.
Vegetables (including horserad-

35 per cent..
35 per cent..

25 per cent.
ish),47 if cut, sliced, or otherwise
reduced in size, or if reduced to
flour, 48 or if parched or roasted,
or if pickled, or packed in salt,
brine, oil, or prepared or preserved

in any other way, and n. s. p. f.
776 Acorns:
Crude.
142 cents per lb...-132 cents per lb,...

Free.
Ground, or otherwise prepared. -- 4 cents per lb. 3 cents per lb. 2 cents per lb.
Chicory:
Crude.

2 cents per lb. 142 cents per lb... 1 cent per lb. Ground, or otherwise prepared... 4 cents per lb. 3 cents per lb.. 2 cents per lb. All coffee substitutes and adulter- 3 cents per lb. 3 cents per lb. 2 cents per lb.49

ants, and coffee essences.
Dandelion roots:
Crude.

142 cents per lb... 142 cents per lb... Free. Ground, or otherwise prepared..- 4 cents per lb. 3 cents per lb. 2 cents per lb. 777(a) Cocoa and chocolate, unsweetened. 3 cents per lb.60 . 1742 per cent, but

8 per cent.61, 62 not less than 2

cents per lb.63 777(b) Cocoa and chocolate, sweetened:

In bars or blocks weighing 10 4 cents per lb. 1742 per cent, but
pounds or more each.

not less than 2

cents per lb.53 In any other form, whether or not 40 per cent

1722 per cent but prepared.

not less than 2

cents per lb.83
Prepared or manufactured, n. S.
Valued at 20 cents per pound or

2 cents per lb.52
less.
Valued at more than 20 cents

25 per cent.62 per pound. 777(c) | Cacao butter.

25 per cent.... 25 per cent..... 342 cents rer lb.64 13 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. (Acts of 1930 and 1922.)

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.
19 Articles used as coffee, or as substitutes for coffee, n. s. p. f.
60 Net weight.
31 Prepared or manufactured, n. s. p. f.

63 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.
53 Powdered or otherwise prepared.
64 Cocoa butter.

p. f.

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778 Ginger root, candied, or otherwise 20 per cent. 20 per cent

20 per cent. prepared or preserved. 779 Нау.

$5 per short ton.-- $4 per long ton $2 per long ton.
Straw
$1.50 per short ton. $1 per long ton. 50 cents per long

ton,
Broom corn.
$20 per short ton.- Free

Free.
Rice straw and rice fiber.

$10 per short ton.-
Free

Free. 780 Hops.

24 cents per lb. 24 cents per lb. 16 cents per Ib. Hop extract $2.40 per lb. $2.40 per lb.

50 per cent.
Lupulin...

$1.50 per lb.
75 cents per lb.

50 per cent. 781 Spices and spice seeds:

Cassia, cassia buds, and cassia 5 cents per lb. 5 cents per lb. 1 cent per Ib. and vera, ground.

20 per cent. Cloves, ground. 6 cents per lb..... 6 cents per lb.. 2 cents per Ib. and

20 per cent. Clove stems, ground. 5 cents per lb...--. 5 cents per lb.... 1 cent per lb. and

20 per cent. Cinnamon and cinnamon chips, 5 cents per lb. 5 cents per lb. 1 cent per lb. and ground.

20 per cent. Ginger root, not preserved or 5 cents per lb.. 5 cents per lb. 1 cent per lb. and candied, ground.

20 per cent. Mace, ground. 8 cents per lb... 8 cents per lb. 8 cents per Ib. and

20 per cent. Bombay or wild maceUnground..

18 cents per lb.. 18 cents per lb.. 18 cents per lb. Ground 22 cents per lb. 22 cents per lb. 18 cents per Ib. and

20 per cent. Mustard seeds (whole).

2 cents per lb. 1 cent per lb. Free. Mustard, ground or prepared in 10 cents per lb.. 8 cents per lb. 6 cents per Ib.

bottles or otherwise. Nutmegs, ground... 5 cents per lb. 5 cents per lb. 1 cent per lb. and

20 per cent. Pepper, capsicum or red pepper

or cayenne pepperU nground..

5 cents per lb. 2 cents per lb. 1 cent per lb. Ground. 8 cents per lb. 5 cents per lb. 1 cent per lb. and

20 per cent. PaprikaUnground

5 cents per lb. 2 cents per lb. 1 cent per lb. Ground. 5 cents per lb. 5 cents per lb. 1 cent per lb. and

20 per cent. Pepper, black or white, ground.. 5 cents per lb...--- 5 cents per lb...--- 1 cent per lb. and

20 per cent. Pimento (allspice), ground.. 3 cents per lb.... 3 cents per lb. 34 cent per lb. and

20 per cent. SageUnground

1 cent per lb. 1 cent per lb. 112 cent per Ib. Ground. 3 cents per lb. 3 cents per lb. 42 cent per lb. and

20 per cent.
Curry and curry powder
5 cents per lb. Free-

Free.
Mixed spices,55 and spices and 25 per cent.

25 per cent.

20 per cent.
spice seeds, n. s. p. f., including
all herbs or herb leaves, in glass
or other small packages, for

culinary use. 56
782 Teasels, not bleached, colored, 25 per cent. 25 per cent.

15 per cent. dyed, painted, or chemically

treated.57 783 Cotton having a staple of 148 inches 7 cents per lb------ Free.

Free.58 or more in length.

65 Mixed spices in acts of 1930 and 1922.

68 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. 68 Emergency tariff act of 1921: "Having a staple of 138 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.
:801(b) The duties prescribed in Schedule 8

>(1).
(1).

(1).
and imposed by Title I shall be in
addition to the internal-revenue
taxes imposed under existing law,

or any subsequent act. 802 Brandy and other spirits manufac- $5 per proof gallon. $5 per proof gallon | $2.60 per proof gal. tured or distilled from grain or

lon. other materials. Compounds and preparations of $5 per proof gallon. $5 per proof gallon Not less than $2.60 which distilled spirits are the com

per proof gallon. ponent material of chief value and

n. s. p. f.
Cordials, liqueurs, arrack, absinthe, $5 per proof gallon $5 per proof gallon 3 $2.60 per proof gal.
kirschwasser, ratafia, and bitters

lon.
of all kinds containing spirits.
803 Champagne and all other sparkling $6 per gallon.--. $6 per gallon.----

wines:
In bottles containing each-
12 pint or less

$2.40 per dozen. More than 12 and not more than

$4.80 per dozen. 4 1 pint. More than 1 pint and not more

$9.60 per dozen. + than 1 quart. In bottles or vessels containing

$3 per gallon. 4, 8 more than 1 quart each. 804 Still wines, including ginger wine or $1.25 per gallon.--- $1.25 per gallon..-

ginger cordial, vermuth, and
rice wine or sake, and similar

beverages n. s. p. f. 8
In casks or packages other than

bottles or jugs-
Containing 14 per cent or less of

45 cents per gallon.7
absolute alcohol.
Containing more than 14 per

60 cents per gallon. cent of absolute alcohol. In bottles or jugs iContaining each not more than

$1.85 per case. 1 pint, in cases of 24. Containing each more than 1

$1.85 per case. pint and not more than 1

quart, in cases of 1 dozen. Quantity in excess in bottles or

6 cents per pint or jugs.

fractional part. 805 Alo, porter, stout, and beer..

$1 per gallon. $1 per gallon.. In bottles or jugs..

45 cen tsper gallon.? In other containers.

23 cents per gallon. Malt extract: Fluid..

$1 per gallon. $1 per gallon. In bottles or jugs.

45 cents per gallon. In casks..

23 cents per gallon. Solid or condensed

60 per cent.
60 per cent.

45 per cent. 806(a) Cherry juice, prune juice, or prune

wine, and all other fruit juices

and fruit sirups n. S. P. f.:
Containing less than 12 per 70 cents per gallon. 70 cents per gallon.

cent of alcohol.
Containing 12 per cent or more of 70 cents per gal. 70 cents per gal.
alcohol.

and $5 per proof and $5 per proof

gal.8 Containing no alcohol or not more

70 cents per gal. tha 18 per cent of alcohol. Containing more than 18 per cent

70 cents per gal. of alcohol. 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. 8 Angostura bitters, $2.60 per proof gallon, act of 1922. • No separate or additional duty on the bottles. 0 In addition to $9.60 per dozen bottles on the quantity in excess of 1 quart. 8 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.
9 And in addition thereto $2.07 per proof gallon on the alcohol contained therein.

gal. 8

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

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806(a)

Grape juice, grape sirup, and other

similar products of the grape,
by whatever name known, con-
taining or capable of produc-

ing-
Less than 1 per cent of alcohol... 70 cents per gal... 70 cents per gal... (10).
More than 1 per cent of alcohol... 70 cents per gal. 70 cents per gal.

and $5 per proof

and $5 per proof gal.11

gal.11 806(b) Concentrated juice of lemons, 70 cents per gal. on (12).

(12).
oranges, or other citrus fruits, fit the quantity of
for beverage purposes, whether in unconcentrated
liquid, powdered, or solid form. natural fruit

juice contained
in such concen-
trated juice or
sirup as shown
by chemical an-

alysis.
Sirups containing any of the fore 70 cents per gal, on (10).

(10).
going, whether in liquid, pow the quantity of
dered, or solid form.

unconcentrated
natural fruit
juice contained
in such concen.
trated juice or
sirup as shown
by chemical an-

alysis.
807 Berries and fruits of all kinds, pre- $5 per proof gallon

pared or preserved in any manner, on the alcohol
containing 22 per cent or more of contained there.
alcohol.

in, in addition
to rates provided

for the article.
Containing 5 per cent or more

$5 per proof gal.
alcohol.

on alcohol con-
tained therein
and rates pro-
vided for the ar-

ticle.
Containing,
Not over 10 per cent alcohol...

20 per cent.
Over 10 per cent alcohol...

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

of 10 per cent. 808 Ginger ale, ginger beer, lemonade, 15 cents per gal... 15 cents per gal..-

soda water, and similar bever

ages containing no alcohol.
In plain green or colored, molded,

or pressed, glass bottles, con-
taining each-
Not more than 42 pint...

12 cents per doz. More than 42 and not more

18 cents per doz. than 4 pint. More than 34 pint and not more

28 cents per doz. than 142 pints. Otherwise than in such bottles, or

50 cents per gal. in such bottles containing more

than 1/2 pints each.13
Beverages, n. s. p. f.:
Containing less than 42 per cent 15 cents per gal...-15 cents per gal....

of alcohol.
Containing not more than 2 per

(14). cent of alcohol. 10 Dutiable as fruit juices or fruit sirups. 11 On the alcohol contained therein or that can be produced therefrom. 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.

Schedule 8.-Spirits, Wines, and Other BeveragesContinued

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809 Mineral waters and imitations of 10 cents per gal --- 10 cents per gal..-

natural mineral waters, and
artificial mineral waters n. S.

p. f.
In bottles or jugs 15 containing-
Not more than 2 pint...

10 cents per doz.
More than 42 and not more

15 cents per doz.
than 1 pint.
More than 1 pint and not more

20 cents per doz.
than 1 quart.
More than 1 quart..

18 cents per gal.
Otherwise than in bottles or jugs18

8 cents per gal.
810 When any article provided for in

this schedule is imported in
bottles or jugs, duty shall be
collected upon the bottles or jugs
at one-third the rate provided on
the bottles or jugs if imported

empty or separately.16
811 Each and every gauge or wine gal-

lon of measurement shall be
counted as at least one proof gal-
lon; and the standard for deter-
mining the proof of brandy and
other spirits or liquors of any
kind when imported shall be the
same as that which is defined in
the laws relating to internal reve-
nue. The Secretary of the Treas-
ury, in his discretion, may author
ize the ascertainment of the proof
of wines, cordials, or other liquors
and fruit juices by distillation
or otherwise, in cases where it is
impracticable to ascertain such
proof by the means prescribed by
existing law or regulations. (Act
of 1930; similar provisions in

acts of 1922 and 1913.)
812 No lower rate or amount of duty $5 per proof gal.... $5 per proof gal.... $1.75 per gal.

shall be levied, collected, and
paid on (the articles enumerated
in paragraph 802 of this schedule
[acts of 1930 and of 1922]) (brandy,
spirits, and other spirituous bev-
erages [act of 1913]) than that
fixed by law for the description
of first proof; but it shall be in-
creased in proportion for any
greater strength than the strength
of first proof, and all imitations
of brandy, spirits, or wines im-
ported by any names whatever
shall be subject to the highest
rate of duty provided for the gen-
uine articles respectively in-
tended to be represented i7 and

in no case less than-
1 Bottles or other containers dutiable at one-third the rates as if imported empty or separately.
1. 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 size
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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