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The drawback allowance shall not exceed the duty paid, less 1 per cent thereof, on the imported artificial silk yarn appearing in the exported piece goods, as shown by the abstract of the manufacturing records.

Rate effective on and after July 21, 1926.

Supplemental sworn statement of the Paul Whitin Manufacturing Co., dated October 5, 1926, covering the manufacture of the above piece goods for the trade in general forwarded to the collector of customs, New York, N. Y., on June 27, 1927. (101384-34). (Signed) E. W. CAMP, Commissioner of Customs.

(Q) Piece goods, artificial silk.—Manufactured for the account of Padin Bros., New York, N. Y., by the Suncook Mills, Suncook, N. H., under the provisions of T. D. 42197 (N) of May 19, 1927, or by other manufacturers operating under drawback regulations, with the use of imported artificial silk (rayon) yarn, and dyed and finished by the Mount Hope Finishing Co., North Dighton, Mass., or by other processors having on file sufficient sworn statements.

In liquidation, the allowance shall not exceed the drawback distributed to the exported piece goods, as shown by the certificates of manufacture covering their production.

Rate effective on and after March 29, 1927.

Sworn statement of Padin Bros., dated May 12, 1927, approved under the provisions of T. D.35965 of December 10, 1915, as amended and extended, forwarded to the collector of customs, New York, N. Y., on June 24, 1927. (101384–37.) (Signed) E. W. Camp, Commissioner of Customs.

(R) Pork and beans.-Canned by the Gibbs Preserving Co., branch of Gibbs & Co. (Inc.), Baltimore, Md., with the use of imported beans.

Records shall be kept in the manner described in the sworn statement of the manufacturer, dated February 15, 1927, showing, as to each lot of pork and beans canned for exportation with benefit of drawback, the lot number and date of manufacture, the quantity and identity of the imported beans used, and the quantity of each brand and size of finished product obtained. A sworn abstract of the manufacturing records shall be filed with the drawback entry.

The drawback allowance shall not exceed the duty paid, less 1 per cent thereof, on the imported beans used in the manufacture of the exported product, as shown by the abstract of the manufacturing records.

Rate effective on and after December 10, 1926.

T. D. 37186 (B) of May 15, 1917, covering canned pork and beans manufactured by the Gibbs Preserving Co. of Baltimore, Md., is hereby revoked.

Sworn statement forwarded to the collector of customs at Baltimore, Md., on June 9, 1927. (106145.) (Signed) E. W. CAMP, Commissioner of Customs.

(S) Seeds, cleaned or cleaned and blended.Produced by the CraverDickinson Seed Co. (Inc.), Buffalo, N. Y., from imported seeds.

Records of identification, production, and exportation shall be kept in the manner described in the sworn statement of the producer, dated February 24, 1927. The imported seeds of each kind and grade shall be identified by import lot number, and the manufacturing records shall show, as to each lot of seeds processed for exportation with benefit of drawback, the lot number and inclusive dates of processing; the quantity (pounds), identity and value of each kind of imported seeds used; the quantity, kind, and value of the seeds produced; and the quantity and value, if any, of the waste screenings recovered. Domestic seeds may be used for blending, and when so used the quantity and value shall also be shown. A sworn abstract of the production records shall be filed with the drawback entry.

The drawback allowance shall not exceed the duty paid, less 1 per cent thereof, on the imported seeds used in the production of the exported seeds, as shown by the abstract of the production records, less the quantity thereof which the value of the waste screenings will replace.

Rate effective on and after January 17, 1927.

Sworn statement forwarded to the collector of customs at New York, N. Y., on June 13, 1927. (111634-6.) (Signed) E. W. CAMP, Commissioner of Customs.

(T) Shingles, red cedar.---Manufactured by the Saginaw Shingle Co. (Inc.), of Blaine, Wash., from imported red cedar logs.

Records shall be kept in the manner described in two sworn statements of the manufacturer, dated February 8 and 21, 1927, showing, in the case of each lot of shingles manufactured for exportation with benefit of drawback, the lot number and date of manufacture thereof, the identity of the imported logs used, and the quantity thereof in terms of board feet, and the quantity and value of each grade and size of shingles produced therefrom. A sworn abstract of such records shall be filed with the drawback entry or certificate of manufacture.

The drawback allowance shall not exceed the duty paid, less 1 per cent thereof, on the imported logs used in the manufacture of the exported shingles as shown by the abstract of the records provided for above, the drawback to be distributed to the several grades of shingles produced according to their relative values at the time of separation.

Rate effective on or after August 3, 1926.

. Sworn statement forwarded to the collector of customs at Seattle, Wash., on July 2, 1927. (106306-16.)

(106306-16.) (Signed) E. W. CAMP, Commissioner of Customs.

(U) Shirts.-Manufactured by the Conqueror Shirts Co. (Inc.), New York, N. Y., for the account of the Shirben Textile Co. of that city, with the use of cotton fabrics imported in the gray and subjected to one or more of the following processes by firms operating under the provisions of T. D. 35965 of December 10, 1915, as amended and extended: Bleaching, dyeing, printing, mercerizing, or finishing.

Records of importation, manufacture, and exportation shall be kept in the manner described in the sworn statements of the manufacturer and exporter, dated, respectively, May 17 and 26, 1927, showing, as to each lot of shirts manufactured for exportation with benefit of drawback, the lot number and date of manufacture, the quantity and identity of the imported fabrics used, and the quantity of each size and style of shirts obtained. A sworn abstract of the manufacturing records and a certificate of manufacture covering the processing of the fabrics used shall be filed with the drawback entry.

The drawback allowance shall not exceed the duty paid, less 1 per cent thereof, on the imported fabrics used in the manufacture of the exported shirts, as shown by the abstract of the manufacturing records.

Rate effective on and after January 15, 1927.

Sworn statement forwarded to the collector of customs at New York, N. Y., on June 18, 1927. (111500–5.) (Signed) E. W. Camp, Commissioner of Customs.

(V) Steel products.-T. D. 39957 (L) of December 19, 1923, providing for the allowance of drawback on steel products manufactured by the Central Steel Co., Massillon, Ohio, with the use of imported ferromanganese, is hereby extended to cover such manufactures by the Central Alloy Steel Corporation, successors to the above company, at its factories at Massillon and Canton, Ohio.

Extension effective on and after August 25, 1926, the date of merger.

Sworn statement of Central Alloy Steel Corporation, dated May 28, 1927, forwarded to the collector of customs, Cleveland, Ohio, on July 1, 1927. (110803–5.) (Signed) E. W. CAMP, Commissioner of Customs.

(W) Tinsel cloth, element proofed.-T. D. 37483 (B) of January 15, 1918, providing for the payment of drawback on imported tinsel cloth proofed against tarnishing by the Commonwealth Manufacturing Co., Brooklyn, N. Y., for the account of J. Einstein (Inc.), New

York, N. Y., as extended, is hereby further extended to provide for the element proofing of imported tinsel cloth for its account by the Tinsel Protecting Co., Brooklyn, N. Y.

Extension effective on and after July 31, 1926.

Sworn statements of the Tinsel Protecting Co., dated December 24, 1926, and April 25, 1927, covering the element proofing of imported tinsel cloth for the trade in general, and the supplemental sworn statement of J. Einstein (Inc.), dated June 4, 1927, forwarded to the collector of customs, New York, N. Y., on June 25, 1927. (93859–1.) (Signed) E. W. CAMP, Commissioner of Customs.

(T. D. 42292)

Common carrier

Discontinuance of common carrier's bond of James K. Nelson (Inc.), San Francisco, Calif., approval of which was published in T. D. 41650 of June 28, 1926

TREASURY DEPARTMENT,
OFFICE OF THE COMMISSIONER OF Customs,

Washington, D. C., July 2, 1927. COLLECTOR OF CUSTOMS, San Francisco, Calif.

Sır: Receipt is acknowledged of your letter of the 22d ultimo relative to the cancellation of the common carrier's bond of James K. Nelson (Inc.), dated May 25, 1926, the approval of which was published in T. D. 41650 of June 28, 1926.

In view of your statement to the effect that this company is now bankrupt and that its vessels have been sold under bankruptcy proceedings, you are hereby authorized under the provisions of article 789 of the Customs Regulations of 1923 to mark the bond “Discontinued” without cancellation and retain the same on file in your office to meet any liability which may have accrued thereunder. Respectfully,

E. W. CAMP, (112925.)

Commissioner of Customs.

(T. D. 42293)

Whitby jet beads and parts of earrings Appeal taken from the decision of the United States Customs Court (Abstract

2882), involving the classification of Whitby jet beads on temporary strings and parts of earrings

TREASURY DEPARTMENT,
OFFICE OF THE COMMISSIONER OF CUSTOMS,

Washington, D. C. ASSISTANT ATTORNEY GENERAL, New York.

Sir: Receipt is acknowledged of your letter of the 23d ultimo, inviting attention to the decision of the United States Customs Court (Abstract 2882), holding that beads and parts of earrings composed of Whitby jet which had been classified, respectively, at 35 per cent ad valorem under paragraph 1403 of the tariff act of 1922 and at 50 per cent ad valorem under paragraph 233 of the said act, were properly dutiable as semiprecious stones, cut but not set, at the rate of 20 per cent ad valorem under paragraph 1429.

Your action in filing a petition with the United States Court of Customs Appeals for a review of the said decision is hereby approved. Respectfully,

E. W. CAMP, (110632.)

Commissioner of Customs. Approved July 5, 1927: By direction of the Secretary.

CARL T. SCHUNEMAN, Assistant Secretary.

(T. D. 42294) Investigation of costs of production by the United States Tariff Com

mission-Confidential information Decision of the United States Supreme Court relative to section 708, revenue

act of September 8, 1916

TREASURY DEPARTMENT,
OFFICE OF THE COMMISSIONER OF CUSTOMS,

Washington, D. C. To Collectors of Customs and Others Concerned:

The appended decision of the Supreme Court of the United States in the case of United States ex rel. Norwegian Nitrogen Products Co. (Inc.) v. United States Tariff Commission is published for your information. (110520.)

E. W. CAMP, Commissioner of Customs. Approved July 6, 1927: By direction of the Secretary.

Carl T. SCHUNEMAN, Assistant Secretary.

SUPREME COURT OF THE UNITED STATES. No. 91. OCTOBER TERM, 1926 United States ex rel. Norwegian Nitrogen Products Co. (Inc.), plaintiff in error,

v. United States Tariff Commission. Thomas 0. Marvin, William S. Culbertson,

et al.

ERROR to the Court of Appeals of the District of Columbia

(April 11, 1927) Mr. Justice STONE delivered the opinion of the court:

The tariff act of September 21, 1922 (ch. 356, sec. 315, 42 Stat. 858, 941) vested in the President the power to adjust tariff duties so as to equalize differences in costs of production here and abroad of articles wholly or in part the growth or product of this country, whenever an investigation by the Tariff Commission should reveal disparate costs. Such investigation is made a prerequisite to action by the President in proclaiming changes of rates. By Executive order of October 7, 1922, it was provided that all petitions or applications for action

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