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VI.-SURTAXES APPLICABLE TO COFFEE, COCOA, AND LOGWOOD. (Decree of October 3, 1889.)
Art. 1. On and after the 10th October instant, independently of the duties already established by previous laws, the following duties shall be collected, viz:
On coffee, 50 cents per 100 pounds.
On cocoa, 25 cents per 100 pounds.
On logwood, 1 gourde per 1,000 pounds.
These duties shall be payable in American gold.
Art. 2. The surtax of 20 per cent shall continue to be levied on 2 gourdes, 66 2-3 cents, being the former duty on coffee, and on 1 gourde, 50 cents, being the duty applicable to logwood and cocoa.
Art. 3. The surtax of 10 per cent shall continue to be collected on 1 gourde, 66 2-3 cents, per 100 pounds of coffee, and on one gourde, 50 cents, the former duty applicable to cocoa and logwood.
VII.-CLASSIFICATION OF RAW SUGAR.
Art. 2. Raw sugar shall, on exportation, be subject to a duty of 5 cents per 100 pounds.
VIII.-REGIME APPLICABLE TO LOGWOOD ROOTS.
(Law of August 9, 1896.)
Art. 1. Logwood roots shall be dutiable at the rate of 2 gourdes per 1,000 pounds, inclusive of surtaxes.
IX.-REGIME APPLICABLE TO LOGWOOD.
(Law of July 14, 1897.)
Art. 1. On and after October 1 next, logwood shall be dutiable at the rate of 21⁄2 gourdes per 1,000 pounds, inclusive of surtaxes.
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