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(E) Braids and hats, straw, hemp, and visca, dyed, etc.-T. D. 35830 of October 26, 1915, as extended, is hereby further extended to apply to imported straw, hemp, and visca braids dyed, and to straw, hemp, and visca hats bleached and dyed, by R. H. Comey Brooklyn Co., Brooklyn, N. Y., for the account of the Olivier Straw Goods Corporation, New York, N. Y.

Extension effective on and after April 25, 1927.

Sworn statement of the Olivier Straw Goods Corporation, dated May 23, 1927, forwarded to the collector of customs, New York, N. Y., on June 8, 1927. (76722.) (Signed) E. W. CAMP, Commissioner of Customs.

(F) Chemicals-Hexamethylenetetramine (technical and U.S. P.).Manufactured by The Roessler & Hasslacher Chemical Co., New York, N. Y., at their plant in Perth Amboy, N. J., with the use of formaldehyde manufactured by them under the provisions of T. D. 41059 (H) of July 28, 1925.

Records shall be kept in the manner described in the sworn statement of the manufacturer, dated April 28, 1927, showing, as to each lot of hexamethylenetetramine manufactured for exportation with benefit of drawback, the batch number and date of manufacture, the quantity and identity of the formaldehyde used, the quantity of other ingredients added, the quantity of hexamethylenetetramine (technical or U. S. P.) obtained, and the marks and number of the containers in which packed for exportation. A sworn abstract of the manufacturing records and a certificate of manufacture covering the formaldehyde used shall be filed with the drawback entry.

The basis for liquidation shall be the quantity of formaldehyde used in the manufacture of the exported products, as shown by the abstract of the manufacturing records, the allowance not to exceed the drawback accruing to such formaldehyde, as shown by the certificate of manufacture covering its production.

Rate effective on and after October 19, 1926.

Sworn statement forwarded to the collector of customs at New York, N. Y., on June 23, 1927. (98548-3.) (Signed) E. W. CAMP, Commissioner of Customs.

(G) Downs and feathers.-Produced by the York Feather & Down Corporation, Brooklyn, N. Y., from imported downs and feathers by cleaning and separating, cleaning and chopping, or cleaning, separating, and chopping.

Records shall be kept in the manner described in the sworn statement of the producer, dated April 13, 1927, showing, as to each lot of finished downs and feathers produced for exportation with benefit of drawback, the lot number and date of production, the quantity and identity of the imported material used, and the quantity of finished product obtained. A sworn abstract of the production records shall be filed with the drawback entry.

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

Rate effective on and after November 4, 1926.

This regulation shall not apply to feathers which have been cleaned only, as described in the above sworn statement, such cleaning not being a manufacture or production within the meaning of the drawback law.

Sworn statement forwarded to the collector of customs at New York, N. Y., on June 9, 1927. (112981.) (Signed) E. W. CAMP, Commissioner of Customs.

(H) Electrical equipment.-Manufactured by the Western Electric Co. (Inc.) at its factories at Philadelphia, Pa., and Chicago, Ill., with the use of imported parts.

Records shall be kept in the manner described in the sworn statements of the manufacturer, dated February 3 and April 19, 1927, covering the Philadelphia and Chicago factories, respectively, showing, as to each oscillator, filter, and equalizer manufactured for exportation with benefit of drawback, the serial number and description thereof, the date of manufacture and factory at which manufactured, and the quantity and identity of the imported parts appearing therein. 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 parts appearing in the exported products as shown by the abstract of the manufacturing records.

Rate effective on and after August 30, 1926.

Sworn statement forwarded to the collector of customs at Chicago, Ill., on June 10, 1927. (93450.) (Signed) E. W. CAMP, Commissioner of Customs.

(I) Fabrics, artificial silk.—Manufactured for the account of Thompson Bros., New York, N. Y., by the American Rayon Products Corporation, New York, N. Y., under the provisions of T. D. 41141 (C) of October 19, 1925, or by other firms who operate under drawback regulations, with the use of imported artificial silk (rayon) yarn.

Records shall be kept in the manner described in the sworn statement of Thompson Bros., dated March 21, 1927, and those of the manufacturers. A certificate of manufacture and delivery shall be filed with the drawback entry covering the exported fabrics.

In liquidation, the allowance shall not exceed the drawback distributed to the exported fabrics, as shown by the certificate of manufacture covering their production,

Rate effective on and after March 3. 1927.

Sworn statement forwarded to the collector of customs at New York, N. Y., on June 18, 1927. (103016-47.) (Signed) E. W. CAMP, Commissioner of Customs.

(J) Fruit, canned.-Packed by the Producers' Co-Operative Packing Co., of Salem, Oreg., with the use of imported refined sugar or refined sugar produced from imported raw sugar.

Records shall be kept and methods followed in accordance with the sworn statement of the producer, dated May 6, 1927, and at the end of each canning season there shall be filed an abstract from the factory records, showing, as to the canned fruit of each kind, grade, and size produced, the quantity packed with the use of duty-paid sugar, stated in terms of cans and cases, and the quantity of sugar of each delivery lot used in packing the same. With such abstract there shall be filed a certificate of manufacture in the form prescribed by article 979 of the Customs Regulations of 1923, showing the particulars of importation of each delivery lot of sugar received at the factory during the canning season.

The drawback allowance shall not exceed the duty paid, less 1 per cent thereof, on the quantity of sugar used in packing the exported canned fruit, such quantity to be determined by prorating the aggregate quantity of sugar used during the season to the canned fruit of each kind, grade, and size produced in accordance with the schedule, which will be furnished by the customs agent in charge of drawback at the port of San Francisco.

Rate effective on and after March 26, 1927.

Sworn statement forwarded to the collector of customs at Portland, Oreg., on June 25, 1927. (103746-111.) (Signed) E. W. CAMP, Commissioner of Customs.

(K) Glass, plate, cut and cut and beveled.Produced by the Dixon Glass Co., Los Angeles, Calif., from imported cast polished plate glass.

Records shall be kept in the manner described in the sworn statement of the producer, dated April 15, 1927, showing, as to each lot of cut plate glass and cut and beveled plate glass produced for exportation with benefit of drawback, the lot number and inclusive dates of production, the quantity and identity of the imported plate glass used, and the quantity of finished product obtained. 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 quantity of finished plate glass exported, as shown by the abstract of the records provided for above.

Rate effective on and after February 24, 1927.

Sworn statement forwarded to the collector of customs at Los Angeles, Calif., on June 20, 1927. (108673-2.) (Signed) E. W. CAMP, Commissioner of Customs.

(L) Linen articles, stamped, cut, and/or embroidered.-Manufactured by the Bernhard Ulmann Co. (Inc.), New York, N. Y., with the use of imported linen piece goods.

Records shall be kept in the manner described in the sworn statement of the manufacturer, dated May 17, 1927, showing, as to each lot of stamped, cut, and/or embroidered linen articles manufactured for exportation with benefit of drawback, the lot number and date of manufacture, the quantity, identity, and value of the imported linen piece goods used, the quantity of each kind of finished linen articles obtained, and the quantity and value, if any, of the waste resulting, 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 materials used in the manufacture of the exported products, as shown by the abstract of the manufacturing records, less the quantity thereof which the value of the waste will replace.

Rate effective on and after August 7, 1926.

Sworn statement forwarded to the collector of customs at New York, N. Y., on June 18, 1927. (107913–9.) (Signed) E. W. CAMP, Commissioner of Customs.

(M) Motion-picture cameras, projectors, and outfits, automatic.T. D. 41603 (J) of May 12, 1926, providing for the allowance of drawback on motion-picture projectors with accessories, and motionpicture outfits, manufactured by Pathex (Inc.), New York, N. Y., with the use of imported projectors, cameras, and domestic material, is hereby extended to cover automatic motion-picture cameras, automatic motion-picture projectors with accessories, and automatic motion-picture outfits, manufactured by the said corporation with the use of imported motion-picture cameras, projectors, and domestic material.

Extension effective on and after March 21, 1927.

Supplemental sworn statement forwarded to the collector of customs at New York, N. Y., on June 22, 1927. (101604-8.) (Signed) E. W. Camp, Commissioner of Customs.

(N) Olive oil, filtered.-Produced by the Cresca Co. (Inc.), New York, N. Y., with the use of imported olive oil.

Records shall be kept in the manner described in the sworn statement of the producer, dated May 11, 1927, showing, as to each lot of filtered olive oil produced for exportation with benefit of drawback, the lot number and date of production, the quantity of imported olive oil used, the quantity of finished product obtained, and the marks, capacity, and number of the containers in which packed for exportation. 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 material used in the production of the exported filtered olive oil, as shown by the abstract of the records provided for above.

Rate effective on and after March 31, 1927.

Sworn statement forwarded to the collector of customs at New York, N. Y., on June 14, 1927. (94403–2.) (Signed) E. W. CAMP, Commissioner of Customs.

(0) Pearl ropes.-T. D. 41653 (I) of June 23, 1926, providing for the allowance of drawback on imitation pearl necklaces and chokers manufactured by F. Weintraub, New York, N. Y., with the use of imported loosely strung pearl beads, as extended, is hereby further extended to cover 60-inch pearl ropes manufactured by F. Weintraub with the use of imported loosely strung imitation pearl beads.

Extension effective on and after January 14, 1927.

Supplemental sworn statement, dated March 11, 1927, forwarded to the collector of customs, New York, N. Y., on June 18, 1927. (99998–37.) (Signed) E. W. CAMP, Commissioner of Customs.

(P) Piece goods.—Manufactured for the account of Noveltex (Inc.), New York, N.Y., by the Paul Whitin Manufacturing Co., Northbridge, Mass., or by other weavers who operate under drawback regulations, with the use of imported artificial silk yarns in combination with domestic cotton yarns. After manufacture, the piece goods are sent to the Arnold Print Works, North Adams, Mass., or to other processors having on file sufficient sworn statements under the provisions of T. D. 35965 of December 10, 1915, as amended and extended, for dyeing, printing, and/or finishing.

Records of identification, manufacture, and exportation shall be kept in the manner described in the sworn statement of Noveltex (Inc.), dated October 11, 1926, and those of the weavers, showing, as to each lot of piece goods manufactured for exportation with benefit of drawback, the lot number and date of manufacture, the quantity and identity of the imported artificial silk yarn used, the quantity of each kind and style of piece goods produced therefrom, and the net quantity of artificial silk yarn appearing in the finished piece goods. The identity of the piece goods sent to the processors for dyeing, printing, and/or finishing, shall be preserved in the manner prescribed by T. D. 35965, as amended and extended. A sworn abstract of the manufacturing records and certificates of manufacture shall be filed with the drawback entry.

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