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89. Explosives:

(a) Dynamite, giant and blasting powder, and similar explosives, miners' fuses and caps, and explosive signals, ten per centum ad valorem.

(b) Other, fire works, cartridges, fixed ammunition, primers and percussion caps, for firearms, thirty per centum ad valorem.

(c) Fire crackers and toy torpedoes, including weight of immediate containers, kilo, twenty cents.

90. Matches of all kinds, including weight of immediate containers, kilo, twenty cents.

CLASS V.-COTTON AND MANUFACTURES THEREOF.

GROUP 1.-COTTON WASTE,

91. Cotton waste, ten per centum ad valorem.

GROUP 2.-YARNS, THREADS, AND CORDAGE.

92. Yarns, not otherwise provided for, in hanks, cops, or bobbins, fifteen per centum ad valorem.

93. Yarns or threads for sewing, crocheting, darning, or embroidering, and mercerized yarns or threads, twenty-five per centum ad valorem.

94. Threads or twines for sewing sails and sacks, rope and cordage, fishing nets, and wicks for making candles and matches, twenty per centum ad valorem.

95. Hammocks, tennis nets, manufactures of netting not otherwise provided for, forty per centum ad valorem.

96. Felts, batting, and mops and swabs of cotton yarns, fifteen per

centum ad valorem.

111. Gunpowder and explosive compounds:

(a) Gunpowder, explosive compounds and miners' fuses, N. W., one hundred kilos, five dollars;

(b) Gunpowder, sporting and other explosives not intended for mines, including fireworks of all kinds, N. W., kilo, twenty cents.

All gunpowder intended for any kind of firearms, capable of passing through a metallic riddle with round holes two and one-half millimeters in diameter, shall be considered as sporting.

346. Cartridges with or without projectiles or bullets, also primers and caps for such arms, Ñ. W., kilo, fifteen cents.

351. Matches of wax, wood, or cardboard, N. W., kilo, twenty cents.

CLASS IV.-COTTON AND ITS MANUFACTURES.

GROUP 1.--RAW COTTON.

112. Raw cotton, with or without seed, and cotton waste, N. W., one hundred kilos, fifty cents.

Cotton yarns and threads of less than twenty centimeters in length shall be considered as waste of spun cotton.

GROUP 2.-YARNS.

Rule applicable to goods classed in the present group: A meter of number one cotton yarn of a single thread weighs fifty-nine centigrams. To ascertain the number to which a cotton yarn corresponds any number of the meters thereof may be taken. The number of meters so taken must be multiplied by fifty-nine and the product thereof must be divided by the number of centigrams that the tested length of yarn weighs. The quotient so obtained will be the number of the tested yarn, if of not more than one thread. If the yarn is of more than one thread, the quotient must be multiplied by the number of threads, and to give the proper number seven per centum must be added if not dyed, or ten per centum if dyed.

113. Yarn in hanks:

(a) Bleached or unbleached, N. W., kilo, ten cents;
(b) Dyed, N. W., kilo, fifteen cents.

114. Yarn in cops, bobbins, or spools, unbleached, including weight of bobbins, spools, and so forth:

(a) Up to number thirteen, N. W., kilo, nine cents;

(b) Number fourteen to number twenty-five, N. W., kilo, eleven cents;

(c) Number twenty-six to number thirty-five, N. W., kilo,

thirteen cents;

(d) Number thirty-six to number forty-five, N. W., kilo, sixteen cents;

(e) Number forty-six and above, N. W., kilo, twenty cents.

GROUP 3.-TEXTILES.

NOTE. When textiles, included in this group, contain an admixture of materials, are brochéd, embroidered, trimmed, or made-up, they shall be subject to the corresponding surtaxes prescribed in General Rules Two to Eleven, inclusive.

Textiles woven with a colored yarn on the selvage, or with a colored selvage stripe not exceeding ten millimeters in width, shall not be considered as manufactured with dyed

yarns.

115. The same, bleached or dyed, including weight of bobbins, spools, and so forth:

(a) Up to number thirteen, N. W., kilo, fourteen cents;

(b) Number fourteen to number twenty-five, N. W., kilo, sixteen cents;

(c) Number twenty-six to number thirty-five, N. W., kilo, eighteen cents;

(d) Number thirty-six to number forty-five, N. W., kilo, twenty-two cents;

(e) Number forty-six and above, N. W., kilo, twenty-five cents. 116. Yarns or threads for sewing, crocheting, darning, or embroidering, including the weight of the reels or spools, N. W., kilo, twenty cents;

(a) Thread for sewing sails, wrapping twine and cord, twisted or braided, including the weight of the reels, N. W., kilo, twelve cents;

(b) Wicks for making candles or matches, including the weight of the reels, N. W., kilo, six cents.

133. Rope and cordage, G. W., one hundred kilos, six dollars.

GROUP 3.-TEXTILES.

RULE A. When the textiles included in the numbers of this group contain an admixture they shall, according to kind, be liable

to the following surtaxes (see rules two to twelve, inclusive) :

1. Cotton textiles containing threads of hemp, jute, linen, ramie, or pita shall be liable to a surtax of fifteen per centum of the duties applicable thereto.

Provided, That the number of these threads of hemp, jute, linen, ramie, or pita counted in the warp and weft does not exceed one-fifth of the total number of threads composing the textile.

When the number of threads of hemp, jute, linen, ramie, and so forth, exceeds one-fifth of the total the textiles shall be subject to the corresponding duties of Class V. 2. Cotton textiles containing threads of wool, flock wool, hair,

or wastes of these materials shall be liable to a surtax of thirty-five per centum of the duties applicable thereto. Provided, That the number of threads of wool, flock wool, hair, or their wastes counted in the warp and weft does not exceed one-fifth of the total number of threads composing the textile.

When the number of threads of wool, flock wool, hair, or their wastes exceed one-fifth of the total, the textiles shall be subject to the corresponding duties of Class VI, as textiles mixed with wool.

3. Cotton textiles containing threads of silk or floss silk, shall be liable to a surtax of seventy per centum of the duties applicable thereto.

Provided, That the number of silk or floss silk threads, counted in the warp and weft, does not exceed one-fifth of the total number of threads composing the textile.

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97. Textiles, plain and without figures, napped or not, weighing eight kilos or more per one hundred square meters, having: (a) Up to eighteen threads, kilo, ten cents.

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