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1427 Hats, caps, 41 bonnets, and hoods, for

men's, women's, boys', or chil-
dren's wear, trimmed or un-
trimmed, including bodies,
hoods, plateaux,forms, or shapes,
for hats or bonnets, composed
wholly or in chief value of fur of
the rabbit, beaver, or other
animals:
Valued at not more than $4.50 per | $1.50 per doz, and $1.50 per doz. and 45 per cent.
dozen.

25 per cent.

20 per cent.
Valued at more than $4.50 and not $3 per doz. and 25 $3 per doz. and 20 45 per cent.
more than $9 per dozen.

per cent.

per cent. Valued at more than $9 and not $5 per doz. and 25

45 per

cent. more than $15 per dozen

per cent. Valued at more than $9 and not

$5 per doz. and 20 45 per cent. more than $18 per dozen.

per cent. Valued at more than $15 and not $7 per doz. and 25

45 more than $24 per dozen.

per cent. Valued at more than $18 per dozen.

$7 per doz. and 20 45 per cent.

per cent. Valued at more than $24 and not $10 per doz. and

45

per cent. more than $36 per dozen.

25 per cent. Valued at more than $36 and not $13 per doz, and

45 per cent. more than $48 per dozen.

25 per cent. Valued at more than $48 per dozen. $16 per doz. and

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25 per cent.
1428 Articles valued above 20 cents per 80 per cent... 85 per cent equiva- | 60 per cent.
dozen pieces designed to be worn

lent.42
on apparel or carried on or about
or attached to the person, such as
and including buckles, cardcases,
chains, cigar cases, cigar cutters,
cigar holders, cigarette cases,
cigarette holders, coin holders,
collar, cuff, and dress buttons,
combs, match boxes, mesh bags,
and purses, millinery, military,
and hair ornaments, pins, powder
cases, stamp cases, vanity cases,
and like articles; all the foregoing
and parts thereof, finished or
partly finished, composed of metal,
whether or not'enameled, washed,
covered, or plated, including
rolled gold plate, and whether or
not set with precious or semi-
precious stones, pearls, cameos,
coral, or amber, or with imitation

precious stones or imitation pearls.
Jewelry, commonly or commercially 80 per cent...... 60 per cent 18

60 per cent.
so known, finished or unfinished,
of whatever material composed,
valued above 20 cents per dozen

pieces.
Rope, curb, cable, and fancy pat- 80 per cent..... 85 per cent equiva- 60 per cent.
terns of chain not exceeding ) inch

lent.
in diameter, width, or thickness,

valued above 30 cents per yard. 4 "Caps” added by act of 1922. Dutiable as articles of wearing apparel at 50 per cent in acts of 1909 and 1913.

42 Valued at 20 cents per dozen pieces, 1 cent each and in addition thereto of 1 cent per dozen for each 1 cent the value exceeds 20 cents per dozen;

finished or unfinished bags, purses, and other articles, or parts thereof, made in chief value of metal mesh composed of silver, German silver, or white metal, valued at $2 per dozen pieces, 10 cents per piece and in addition thereto šof 1 cent per dozen pieces for each 1 cent the value exceeds $2 per dozen; all of the foregoing, whether known as jewelry or otherwise and whether or not denominatively or otherwise provided for in any other paragraph of this act, 25 per cent in addition to the specific rate or rates of duty herein provided. 43 Including chain, mesh, and mesh bags and purses composed of gold or platinum, whether set or not set with diamonds, pearls, cameos, coral, or other precious or semiprecious stones, or imitations thereof. 44 Without bar, swivel, snap, or 'ring, composed of rolled gold plate or of silver, German silver, white metal, or brass, valued at 30 cents

per yard, 6 cents per foot, and in addition thereto of 1 cent per yard for each l'cent the value exceeds 30 cents per yard, and in addition thereto 25 per cent.

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1428 Stampings, galleries, mesh and other 75 per cent. 75 per cent equiv- 50 per cent. materials of metal, whether or not

alent. 45
set with glass or paste, finished or
partly finished, separate or in
strips or sheets, suitable for use in
the manufacture ofany of the fore-

going articles in this paragraph.
1429
Diamonds and other precious stones, 10 per cent....

Free..

10 per cent.
rough or uncut, and not ad-
vanced in condition or value
from their natural state by cleav-
ing, splitting, cutting, or other
process, whether in their natural
form or broken, any of the fore-
going not set, and diamond dust.
Diamonds, coral, rubies, cameos, 20 per cent.... 10 per cent. 20 per cent.

and other precious stones and
semiprecious stones, cut but not
set, and suitable for use in the

manufacture of jewelry.
Imitation half pearls and hollow or 20 per cent.... 20 per cent.

20 per cent.
filled pearls of all shapes, without
hole or with hole partly through

only.48
Imitation solid pearls wholly or 60 per cent.. 20 per cent.

20 per cent. partly pierced, mounted or un

mounted.46
Imitation jet buttons, cut, polished, 60 per cent..

cent per line per

40 per cent.48 or faceted.

gross and 15 per

cent. 47
Imitation precious stones: 49
Cut or faceted.

20 per cent.
20 per cent.

20 per cent.
Not cut or faceted.
60 per cent.. 20 per cent.

20
per

cent.
Imitation semiprecious stones: 11
Faceted..

20 per cent.
45 per cent 50

30 per cent.60 Not faceted.

60 per cent.
45 per cent 50

30 per cent.60
Pearls and parts thereof, drilled or 20 per cent. 10 per cent.
undrilled, but not set or strung.

20 per cent. 1430 Embroideries not specially provided 75 per cent.

60 per cent.
for, and all fabrics and articles
embroidered in any manner by
hand or machinery, whether
with a plain or fancy initial,
monogram or otherwise, or
tamboured, appliquéd, scal-
loped, or ornamented with
beads, bugles, or spangles, or
from which threads have been
omitted, drawn, punched, or
cut, and with threads intro-
duced after weaving to finish or
ornament the openwork, not in-
cluding straight hemstitching;
all the foregoing, finished or un-
finished, by whatever name
known, and to whatever use
applied, and whether or not
nained, described, or provided
for elsewhere in this act, when
composed wholly or in chief
value of yarns, threads, fila-
ments, tinsel wire, lame, bul.
lions, metal threads, beads,
bugles, spangles, or products of
cellulose provided for in para-
graph 1213.
Composed wholly or in chief value

of-
Artificial silk or horsehair....

45cents per lb.and

60 per cent. 11 New classification made by act of 1922.

45 (Except chain valued at less than 30 cents per yard other than nickel or nickel-plated chain) valued at 72 cents per gross, 3 cents per dozen pieces, and in addition thereto 1 of 1 cent per gross for each I cent the value exceeds 73 cents per gross, and in addition thereto 25 per cent.

16 Imitation pearls and parts thereof, or so-called synthetic or reconstructed pearls and parts thereol. (Acts of 1909 and 1913.) 47 Buttons of glass n. s. p. f. 48 Buttons n. s.p. f. 49 “ For use in the manufacture of jewelry” in acts of 1909 and 1913. 60 Manufactures of glass or paste n. s.p. I.

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1430 | Embroideries not specially pro

vided for, etc. - Continued.
Composed wholly or in chief value

of-
Beads or spangles...

60 per cent 51
Cotton or other vegetable fiber.

60 per cent 51 Silk..

60 per cent 51 Tinsel metal.

15 cents per lb.

and 60 per cent. Wool...

50 cents per lb.

and 60 per cent.
Made on the Lever or Gothrough

70 per cent 51.
machine.
Laces, lace window curtains, burnt- 90 per cent.

60 per cent.
out laces and embroideries
capable of conversion into
burnt-out laces, nets and net-
tings, embroidered or otherwise,
veils, veilings, flouncings, all-
overs, neck rufflings, flutings,
quillings, ruchings, tuckings,
insertings, galloons, edgings,
trimmings, fringes, gimps, or-
naments; braids, loom woven
and ornamented in the process
of weaving, or made by hand,
or on any braid machine, knit-
ting machine, or lace machine;
and all fabrics and articles com-
posed in any part, however
small, of any of the foregoing
fabrics or articles; all the fore-
going, finished or unfinished
(except materials and articles
provided for in paragraphs 920,
1006, 1404, 1406, and 1424 of this
act), by whatever name known,
and' to whatever use applied,
and whether or not named, de-
scribed,or provided forelsewhere
in this act, when composed
wholly or in chief value of yarns,
threads, filaments, tinsel wire,
lame, bullions, metal threads,
beads, bugles, spangles, or prod-
ucts of cellulose provided for in

paragraph 1213 of this act.
Composed wholly or in chief value

60 per cent 68
of cotton, flax, or other vege-
table fiber, or of cotton, flax, or
other vegetable fiber and india
rubber, or of cotton, flax, or
other vegetable fiber, india
rubber, and metal.
Composed of silk or of silk and

60 per cent 52
metal, or of which silk is com-
ponent material of chief value,
whether in part of india rubber

or otherwise.
Composed wholly or in chief value

15 cents per lb.
of tinsel wire, lame or lahn, bul-

and 60 per cent.
lions, or metal threads.
Composed wholly or in chief value

60 per cent 52
of beads or spangles made of
glass or paste, gelatin, metal, or
other material, but not in part

of wool.
Composed wholly or in chief value

45 cents per lb.
of yarns, threads, filaments, or

and 60 per cent.
fibers of artificial or imitation
silk or of artificial or imitation
horsehair, by whatever name
known and by whatever process

made. hil Provided, That articles composed wholly or in chief value of any of the materials or goods dutiable under this paragraph shall pay not less than the rate of duty imposed upon such materials or goods by this section: Provided further, That tamboured, embroidered, or appliquéd articles or fabrics shall pay no less rate of duty than that imposed upon the materialis not so tamboured, embroidered, or appliquéd. Provided, That no article composed wholly or in chief

value of one or more of the materials or goods specified in this paragraph shall pay a less rate of duty than the highest rate imposed by this section upon any of the materials or goods of which the same is composed.

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1430 Laces, etc.-Continued.
Composed of wool or of which wool

50 cents per lb.
is a component material,

and 60 per cent.
whether containing india rubber

or not.
Composed of cotton, silk, artificial

70 per cent 52
silk, or other material (except
wool), made on the Lover or

Gothrough machine.
1431 Bag, strap, case, and football leather. 20 per cent. 15 per cent 53 Free.53
Chamois skins.

20 per cent

20 per cent. 15 per cent. Enameled upholstery leather. 20 per cent

(54).

10 per cent. Gloveleather, finished, in the white 20 per cent.

20 per cent.

10 per cent. or in the crust.65 Pianoforte, pianoforte-action, and 20 per cent.

20 per cent.

10 per cent. player-piano-action 58 leather. Seal, sheep, goat, and calf leather, 20 per cent. 15 per cent

Free. dressed and finished, other than

shoe leather. 1432 Bags, baskets, belts, satchels, card- 30 per cent... 40 per cent..

30 per cent. cases, pocketbooks, jewel boxes, portfolios, and other boxes and cases, not jewelry, wholly or in

chief value of leather or parchment.
Manufactures n. s.p.f.:
Leather or parchment, or of which 30 per cent.... 40 per cent.. 30 per cent.

leather or parchment is the com-
ponent material of chief value.
Rawhide, or of which rawhide is 30 per cent... 20 per cent (n. e.).. 15 per cent (n. e.).

the component material of chief

value.
Any of the foregoing permanently 45 per cent.. 50 per cent.......

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fitted and furnished with travel-
ing, bottle, drinking, dining or lun-
cheon, sewing, manicure,57 or sim-

ilar sets.
Moccasins

30 per cent... 15 per cent (n.e.).. Free (n. e.). 1433 Gloves made wholly or in chief value

of leather, whether wholly or
partly manufactured, the lengths
stated in each case being the
extreme length when stretched

to their full extent:
Men's-

Not over 12 inches in length..... $5 per doz.pairs58..
For each inch in excess of 12 50 cents per doz.
inches in length.

pairs.58
Glacé" finish, Schmaschen (of

$3 per doz. pairs..
sheep origin),
Not orer 14 inches in length..

$1 per doz. pairs.
For each inch in excess of 14
inches in length.

25 cents per doz.

pairs. “Glacé” finish, lamb or sheep...

$4 per doz. pairs.. $2.50 per doz. pairs. “Glacé” finish, kid, goat, or

$4 per doz. pairs.. $2.50 per doz. pairs. other leather than of sheep

origin.
Of sheep origin, with exterior

$4 per doz. pairs.. $2.50 per doz. pairs. surface removed, by whatever

name known.
Goat, kid, or other leather than

$4 per doz. pairs. . $2.50 per doz. pairs.
of sheep origin, with exterior
grain surface removed, by

whatever name known. 52 See footnote 52 on p. 117. 63 All other leather n.s. p. f. 54 Dutiable according to weight. (See par. 1606, p. 135.) 55“ Finished, in the white or in the crust," added by act of 1922. 56 “Player-piano-action” added by act of 1922. 67 “Sewing, manicure” added by act of 1922. 58 None shall pay less than 50 nör more than 70 per cent.

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1433 Gloves made wholly or in chief

value of leather, etc.-Contd.
Women's and children's--

Not over 12 inches in length..... $4 per doz. pairs 68.
For each inch in excess of 12 50 cents per doz.
inches in length.

pairs.68
“Glacé” finish, Schmaschen (of

sheep origin)-
Not over 14 inches in length...

$1.25 per doz. pairs. $1 per doz. pairs. Over 14 and not over 17 inches

$2.25 per doz. pairs.
in length.
Over 17 inches in length...

$2.75 per doz. pairs.
For each inch in excess of 14

25 cents per doz inches in length.

pairs.
“Glace” finish, lamb or sheep-
Not over 14 inches in length...

$2.50 per doz. pairs. $2 per doz. pairs. Over 14 and not over 17 inches

$3.50 per doz. pairs.
in length.
Over 17 inches in length..

$4.50 per doz. pairs.
For each inch in excess of 14

25 cents per doz. inches in length.

pairs. “Glace” finish, goat, kid, or

other leather than of sheep

origin
Not over 14 inches in length...

$3 per doz. pairs. . $2 per doz. pairs. Over 14 and not over 17 inches

$3.75 рег

doz. pairs.
in length.
Over 17 inches in length.....

$4.75 per doz. pairs.
For each inch in excess of 14

25 cents per doz. inches in length.

pairs. Of sheep origin, with exterior

grain surface removed, by

whatever name known
Not over 14 inches in length...

$2 per doz. pairs. Not over 17 inches in length..

$2.50 per doz. pairs. For each inch in excess of 14

25 cents per doz. inches in length.

pairs. Over 17 inches in length..

$3.50 per doz. pairs.
Kid, goat, or other leather than

of sheep origin, with exterior
grain surface removed, by

whatever name known
Not over 14 inches in length...

$3 per doz. pairs.. $2 per doz. pairs. Over 14 and not over 17 inches

$3.75 per doz. pairs.
in length.
Over 17 inches in length....

$4.75 per doz. pairs.
For each inch in excess of 14

25 cents per doz. inches in length.

pairs. In addition thereto, on all the fore

going there shall be paid the

following cumulative duties-
When embroidered or embel- 40 cents per doz. 40 cents per doz. 25 cents per doz.
lished.

pairs.
pairs.59

pairs.60
When lined with
Cotton..
$2.40 per doz. pairs. $1 per doz. pairs.. 25 cents per doz.

pairs. Fur.

$4 per doz. pairs.. $1 per doz. pairs... $2 per doz. pairs. Knitted glove..

$1 per doz. pairs... 50 cents per doz.

pairs. Leather... $4 per doz. pairs. . $1 per doz. pairs... | 50 cents per doz.

pairs. Silk, $2.40 per doz. pairs $1 per doz. pairs... 50 cents per doz.

pairs. Wool. $2.40 per doz. pairs. $1 per doz. pairs... 50 cents per doz..

pairs. Gloves made wholly or in chief value 25 per cent.

(61)..

Free.
of leather made from horsehides
or pigskins, whether wholly or
partly manufactured.
Glove tranks, with or without the (62)......

(62)...

(€),
usual accompanying pieces.
1434 Catgut, whip gut, and oriental gut.. 40 per cent. Free..

Free.
Manufactures of above and of 40 per cent.

25

20 per cent. worm gut. 58 None shall pay less than 50 por more than 70 per cent.

or prix seam gloves; gloves stitched or embroidered with more than three single strands or cords, 00 Pique and prix seam gloves. 61 See rates given a bove. 62 75 per cent of the duty provided for the gloves in the fabrication of which they are suitable.

per cent

59 Pique

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