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Wagonettes. (See Carriages, No. 2029.)
1959 Hides,ox, with hair (national money).
1973 Essences, various.
1961 Demijohns, all sizes, empty or full..
1962 Half barrels, in general, size of one-half flour barrel. 1963 Digdales, full or empty....
1964 In cases of 12 bottles, 12 jugs, or 30 vials..
1987 Molds for sugar and "canaris'
CABLE ADDRESS: Colestaves, N. Y.
In large boxes.
In hampers or half baskets..
WM. R. COLE & CO.
11 Broadway, New York:
Firkins. (See articles contained therein.)
In brandy, case of 12 bottles, 12 jugs, or 30 vials.
2003 Hams, not in casks..
2004 Jars, assorted..
2005 Tongues, ox, stuffed, not in casks.
2006 Bacon, sides, not in casks..
2007 Laths (lattes)..
Liqueurs of all kinds:
2008 In cases of 12 bottles, 12 jugs, or 30 vials..
In double cases...
In kegs of 8 gallons..
In kegs of 4 gallons or less..
STEAMSHIP REPAIRING A SPECIALTY.
HAVANA OFFICE, O'REILLY 15.
All standard compositions for iron and steel vessels' bottoms on hand and applied in our Dry Docks.
2059 Rice, in hogsheads, tierces, half tierces, and bags........ Quintal
(See articles contained therein.)
2075 Cloths, linen or cotton, in hogsheads....
2076 Cloths, such as osnaburgs packing cloth and other,
2077 Sheet iron...
2078 Tumbrils, carts..
2079 Backgammon boards.
2080 Tiles, roofing..
S Hogshead ? Tierce
Roll ......Quintal Each
2081 Vermicelli, macaroni, and other pastes, in boxes or baskets
In assortments of 12 flasks.
2092 Carriages, chaises, coaches, cabs, "quitterines," wagonettes, and tilburies...
In casks, barrels, etc.
Of 60 gallons...
More than 60 gallons.
In boxes or jugs...
2097 Zinc, in sheets or nails.
MODIFICATIONS TO THE CUSTOMS TARIFF.
The customs tariff of Haiti shall be completed and modified in accordance with the under-mentioned laws:
1.-REGIME APPLICABLE TO GOODS NOT SPECIALLY MENTIONED IN THE TARIFF.
(Article 24 of the law of July 13, 1858.)
Goods or products proceeding from abroad and not specially mentioned in the tariff shall be appraised according to the wholesale prices current at the place of export; the amount of this appraisement shall be reduced to gourdes at the rate established by the administration for reckoning the value of foreign coins, and on the amount thus obtained 20 per cent. shall be collected, irrespective of the additional 10 cents per gourde for wharfage and weighing charges.
Article 1. The following enactments shall, on and after December 1 next, be repealed, viz.: Article 11 of the customs law, dated July 13, 1858, concerning con
signment duties; the law of October 2, 1863, establishing an additional import duty of 10 per cent.; the law of September 21, 1870, levying 10 per cent for the liquidation of the debts connected with the revolution, and the law of August 21, 1872, creating 25 per cent on importation for the withdrawal of paper money.
Art. 2. The foregoing additional duties shall be substituted by an import duty of 50 per cent.
III. FURTHER SURTAX APPLICABLE ON IMPORTATION.
(Law of March 2, 1883.)
Art. 3. A further additional duty of 33 1-3 per cent. on the fixed import duties, as now established in the tariffs relating thereto, shall be collected; the same shall be applied to the requirements of the current service, without prejudice to the surtax of 50 per cent, which shall continue to be levied on the amount of the fixed duties.
IV. CLASSIFICATION OF WHEELS AND AXLES FOR OX CARTS (CAB
(Law of August 19, 1884.)
Article 1. One month after the promulgation of the present law, ox-cart wheels shall be liable to a fixed duty of 5 gourdes, 50 cents, per pair.
Mule-cart wheels shall pay a fixed duty of 4 gourdes, 50 cents.
Art. 2. Axles are assimilated to iron, and, owing to their weight, shall be liable as iron bars.
V.-REGIME APPLICABLE TO SEWING MACHINES.
(Law of November 9, 1893.)
Article 1. On and after January 1 next, sewing machines shall, exclusive of surtaxes, be dutiable as follows:
Article 1. Eight days after the promulgation of the present law, kerosene oil, the importation of which is permitted by the law of October 26, 1885, shall be liable at 5 cents per gallon, exclusive of surtaxes.
(Article 30 of the law of July 13, 1858.)
The importation of the following is prohibited: Mahogany and espinille wood, logwood, guaiacum, yellow wood (called fustic), coffee, staple cotton, cocoa, raw or clayed sugar, rum, tafia, boiled sugar, molasses, hides and skins with the hair, walking sticks, whips and parasols containing swords, stilettos, or other weapons, feather pillows and bolsters, obscene books, engravings, paintings, prints, or other articles whatsoever contrary to morality.
. R.COLE & CO
Broadway, New York
CABLE ADDRESS: Colestaves, N. Y.
VIII.-PROHIBITION TO IMPORT ARMS AND AMMUNITION.
(Law of December 9, 1879.)
Article 1. On and after the date of the promulgation of the present law, the importation throughout the Republic of gunpowder, projectiles, ammunition, percussion caps, and all other material and arms whatsoever, whether for war or sporting purposes, is and shall remain strictly prohibited.
I.—PROHIBITION TO EXPORT CERTAIN GOODS.
(Article 32 of the law of July 13, 1858.)
The exportation of the following goods is prohibited: Lead, iron, copper, gold and silver materials, side arms, firearms, ammunition and other war materials, mares, female asses, mules and she mules, and shipbuilding timber.
II.-REGIME APPLICABLE TO COTTON.
(Law of October 4, 1881.)
Article 1. On and after January 1, 1882, cotton may be exported duty free, save a statistical tax of 10 cents per 100 pounds.
III.-CLASSIFICATION OF PITA.
(Law of October 19, 1885.)
Article 1. On ånd after the date of the promulgation of the present law, pita shall, on exportation, be exonerated from all customs duties.
IV.-REGIME APPLICABLE TO COFFEE.
(Law of March 2, 1883.)
Article 1. Coffee shall be liable to a fixed export duty of 1 gourde, 66 2-3 cents per 100 pounds.
Art. 2. The surtax of 20 per cent. applied to the redemption fund shall continue to be levied on the proceeds of the foregoing duty.
V.-NEW REGIME APPLICABLE TO COFFEE.
(Law of May 3, 1887.)
Article 1. On and aiter October 1 next, the export duty on coffee is established at the rate of 2 gourdes, 66 2-3 cents per 100 pounds.
Art. 2. The surtax of 20 per cent, part of which is destined to the redemption of the 1875 loan, shall be levied on the amount of such fixed duty of 2 gourdes, 66 2-3 cents, and continue to be applied for the purposes assigned thereto by existing laws.
Art. 3. The stipulations of the law dated October 7, 1884, establishing a surtax of 10 per cent on the former duty of 1 gourde, 66 2-3 cents, per 100 pounds, for the payment of the indemnification bonds issued in connection with the events of September, 1883, shall in no wise be affected.