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SCHEDULE 1.-CHEMICALS, OILS, AND PAINTS—Continued.

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Coal-tar products-Continued.

(45 per cent 39 and 7
Synthetic tanning materials..

cents per lb.
60 per cent 46 and 7

cents per lb.

(45 per cent 39 and 7 Trinitrotoluene, and other explo cents per lb. sives except smokeless powders.

60

per cent 46 and 7

cents per lb.

(45 per cent 39 and 7
Alizarin and indigo, natural......

cents per lb.
60 per cent 46 and 7

cents per lb.
Colors, dyes, stains, color acids,

color bases, color lakes, leuco
compounds, indoxyl, and in-

45 per cent 39 and 7

cents per lb.
doxyl compounds, obtained, de-
rived, or manufactured in whole

(60 per cent 46 and 7
or in part from natural alizarin

cents per lb. and natural indigo.

(45 per cent 39 and 7
Coumarin, natural..

cents per lb.
60 per cent 46 and 7

cents per lb.

(45 per cent 39 and 7 Guaiacol, natural, and its deriva- cents per lb. tives.

60 per cent 46 and 7

cents per lb.

(45 per cent 39 and 7 Natural methyl salicylate or oil of cents per lb. wintergreen or oil of sweet birch. 60 per cent 46 and 7

cents per lb.
Mixtures, including solutions, con-

sisting in whole or in part of any of 45 per cent 39 and 7
the articles or materials provided cents per lb.
for in this paragraph, excepting 60 per cent 46 and 7
mixtures of synthetic odoriferous cents per lb.
or aromatic chemicals.

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39 See footnote 39 on p.5.
41 All other products or preparations of coal tar, not colors or dyes and not medicinal, n. s. p. f.
42 All other products or preparations of coal tar, not colors or dyes, n. s. p. f.
46 See footnote 46 on p. 8.
50 Valued at 20 cents or less per pound.
51 Valued above 20 cents per pound.
53 All explosive substances, n. s. p. f., used for mining, blasting, and artillery purposes.
53 From alizarin.
54 Indigo extracts or pastes.
55 Indigo carmined.
58 Essential and distilled oils, n. s. p.f.
67 All chemical mixtures, n. s. p. f.

ACT OF 1916.

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TITLE V.-DYESTUFFS. Sec. 500. That on and after the day following the passage of this Act, except as otherwise specially provided for in this title, there shall be levied, collected, and paid upon the articles named in this section when imported from any foreign country into the United States or into any of its possessions, except the Philippine Islands and the islands of Guam and Tutuila, the rates of duties which are prescribed in this title, namely: Group II. *

* * benzoic acid, * * salicylic acid * * * 15 per centum ad valorem and 24 cents per pound.

Group III. All colors, dyes, or stains, whether soluble or not in water, color acids, color bases, color lakes, photographic chemicals, medicinals, flavors,

synthetic phenolic resin,

or explosives, not otherwise specially provided for in this title,

when obtained, derived, or manufactured'in whole or in part from any of the products provided for in Groups I and II, natural alizarin and indigo, and colors, dyes, or color lakes obtained, derived, or manufactured therefrom, thirty per centum ad valorem.

SEC. 501. That on and after the day following the passage of this Act, in addition to the duties provided in section five

hundred, there shall be levied, collected, and paid * * * upon all articles contained in Group III (except natural and synthetic alizarin, and dyes obtained from alizarin, anthracene, and carbazol; natural and synthetic indigo

and all indigoids, whether or not obtained from indigo; and medicinals and flavors), a special duty of 5 cents per pound. O

o The annual reduction of 20 per cent of the special duty of 5 cents per pound began five years after the passage of the act of Sept. 8, 1916. (T. D. 39093, G. A. 8523.)

SCHEDULE 1.-CHEMICALS, OILS, AND PAINTS—Continued. During the period of five years beginning five years after the passage of this Act such special duties shall be annually reduced by twenty per centum of the rate imposed by this section, so that at the end of such period such special duties shall no longer be assessed, levied, or collected; but if, at the expiration of five years from the date of the passage of this Act, the President finds that there is not being manufactured or produced within the United States as much as sixty per centum in value of the domestic consumption of the articles mentioned in Groups * * * III of section five hundred, he shall by proclamation so declare, whereupon the special duties imposed by this section on such articles shall no longer be assessed, levied, or collected.

SEC. 502. That paragraphs twenty, twenty-one, * * te and the words "salicylic acid” in paragraph one of Schedule A of section one of an Act entitled "An Act to reduce tariff duties and to provide revenue for the Government, and for other purposes," approved October third, nineteen hundred and thirteen, and paragraphs three hundred and ninety-four, * * * and five hundred and fourteen, * of the "free list of section one of said Act, and so much of said Act or any existing law or parts of law as may be inconsistent with this title, are hereby repealed.

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ACT OF 1921.

TITLE V.-DYES AND CHEMICALS.

SEC. 501. (a) That on and after the day following the enactment of this Act, for the period of three months, no sodium nitrite, no dyes or dyestuffs, including crudes and intermediates, no product or products derived directly or indirectly from coal tar (including crudes, intermediates, finished or partly finished products, and mixtures and compounds of such coal-tar products), and no synthetic organic drugs or synthetic organic chemicals,c shall be admitted to entry or delivered from customs custody in the United States or in any of its possessions unless the Secretary determines that such article or a satisfactory substitute therefor is not obtainable in the United States or in any of its possessions in sufficient quantities and on reasonable terms as to quality, price, and delivery, and that such article in the quantity to be admitted is required for consumption by an actual consumer in the United States or in any of its possessions within six months after receipt of the merchandise.

(b) Upon the day following the enactment of this Act the War Trade Board Section of the Department of State shall cease to exist; all clerks and employees of such War Trade Board Section shall be transferred to and become clerks and employees of the Treasury Department, and all books, documents, and other records relating to such dye and chemical import control of such War Trade Board Section shall become books, documents, and records of the Treasury Department. All individual licenses issued by such War Trade Board Section prior to the enactment of this Act shall remain in effect during the period of their validity, and the importations under such licenses shall be permitted. All unexpended funds and appropriations for the use and maintenance of such War Trade Board Section shall become funds and appropriations available to be expended by the Secretary in the exercise of the power and authority conferred upon him by this section. SEC. 502. That this title may be cited as the “Dye and Chemical Control Act, 1921." Approved, May 27, 1921.

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lb.

29 Cobalt:
Oxide.

20 cents
per

25 cents

per
lb.

10 cents per lb. Sulphate and linoleate..

10 cents per lb. 25 per cent 58 15 per cent.58 All other salts and compounds. 30 per cent.

25 per cent 58

15 per cent.58 30 Cellulose esters...

35 cents per lb 25 per cent 58 20 per cent.59 Collodion and other liquid solu- 35 cents per lb. 40 cents per lb. 15 per cent.

tions of pyroxylin, of other cel-
lulose esters or ethers, or of cel-

lulose.
31 Compounds of pyroxylin, of other

cellulose esters or ethers, or of
cellulose, by whatever name
known (except compounds of
cellulose known as vulcanized

or hard fiber):
In blocks, sheets, rods, tubes, or 40 cents per lb..... 45 cents per lb.... 25 per cent

other forms, and not made into
finished or partly finished

articles.
Made into finished or partly fin- 60 per cent

65 cents per lb.

40 per cent. ished articles, 60 of which any of

and 30 per cent. the foregoing is the component

material of chief value.
32 Compounds of cellulose, known as 35 per cent..

35 per cent 61 25 per cent.61
vulcanized or hard fiber, made
wholly or in chief value of cellu-

Tose. Included synthetic organic drugs and chemicals not of coal-tar origin, and natural drugs and chemicals obtained also by synthesis. (T. D. 38799, July 21, 1921.)

58 Chemicals compounds and salts, n, s.p. f. 59 Esters of all kinds, n. s.p.fi 60 Provided, That all such articles (except photographic and moving-picture films), whether or not more specifically provided for elsewhere, shall be dutiable under

this paragraph. a Manufactures of pulp, n.s. p. f.

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SCHEDULE 1.-CHEMICALS, OILS, AND PAINTS-Continued.

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33 Compounds of casein, known as

galalith, or by any other name,
in blocks, sheets, rods, tubes, or

other forms:
Not made into finished or partly 25 cents per lb.... 20 per cent 62
finished articles.

15 per cent.62
Made into finished or partly fin- 40 cents per lb. 20 per cent 82
ished articles of which any of

15 per cent:62 and 25 per cent. the foregoing is the component

material of chief value n.s.p.f. 34 Drugs,63 such as barks, beans, berries, 10 per cent. 1 cent per lb. and buds, bulbs, buibous roots, excres

10 per cent.64

10 per cent.64
cences, fruits, flowers, dried fibers,
dried insects, grains, herbs, leaves,
lichens, mosses, roots,stems, vege-
tables, seeds (aromatic, not garden
seeds), seeds of morbid growth,
weeds, and all other drugs of vege-
table or animal origin; any of the
foregoing which are natural and
uncompounded drugs and not
edible, and not specially provided
for, but which are advanced in
value or condition by shredding,
grinding, chipping, crushing, or
any other process or treatment
whatever beyond that essential to
the proper packing of the drugs
and the prevention of decay, or
deterioration pending manufac-

ture.
35 Aconite, asafetida, cocculus indicus, 10 per cent.... Free...

Free.
i pecac, jalap, manna.
Aloes; marshmallow or althea root, 10 per cent...
leaves and flowers; pyrethrum or

1 cent per lb. and

10 per cent.6 insect flowers.

10 per cent.65 Maté.

10 per cent. 20 per cent62 All the foregoing which are natural

15 per cent.62 and uncompounded, but which are advanced in value orcondition by shredding, grinding, chipping, crushing, or any other process or treatment whatever beyond that essentialto proper packing and the prevention of decay or deterioration pending manufacture: Provided, That no article containing alcohol shall be classified for duty under this paragraph.

11 cent per lb. and 36 Buchu leaves.

10 cents per Ib... 10 per cent.65

$10 cents per lb.

(Free 66
Coca leaves.
10 cents per ib.. 5 cents per ib. 10 cents

per

lb.

1 eent per lb. and Gentian.

1 cent per ib.

10 per cent.65 1 cent per Free 66

(Free 67 Licorice root.

1 cent per lb..

1 cent per lb. and cent per lb.

10 per cent.65

i cent per lb, and Sarsaparilla root...

1 cent per lb.

10 per cent.65 1 cent per lb.

Free 66
Belladonna, digitalis, henbane, and

14 cent per lb. and
stramonium.
25 per cent... 10 per cent.65

10 per cent.65

Free.66

(Free 66 82 All articles manufactured in whole or in part, n. s. p. f.

63 Provided, That the term “drug” wherever used in this act shall include only those substances having therapeutic or medicinal properties and chiefly used for medicinal purposes (act of 1922). And provided further, That no article containing alcohol shall be classified for duty under this paragraph (acts of 1909, 1913, and 1922).

64 Balm of Gilead and salep or salop free. 65 Drugs *

* advanced. 66 Drugs *

* not advanced. 67 Unground.

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SCHEDULE 1.-CHEMICALS, OILS, AND PAINTS—Continued.

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per cent 73

37 Ergot..
10 cents per lb..... Free.

10 cents per lb. 38 Ethers and esters: 68

Diethyl sulphate and dimethyl 25 per cent..... 50 cents per lb.69 20 per cent.70

sulphate. Ethyl acetate.

3 cents per lb. 50 cents per lb.69 5 cents per lb. Ethyl chloride. 15 cents per lb... 30 per cent.

20 per cent. Ethyl ether.

4 cents per lb. 8 cents per lb.69 4 cents per lb.71 N. s.p.f.72.

25 per cent... 50 cents per lb.69. 20 per cent. 39 Extracts, dyeing and tanning: 25 Chestnut.

15 per cent. 15 per cent 73 Free.
Cutch.

15 per cent.
15 per cent 73

cent per lb.74
Chlorophyll
15 per cent. 20 per cent.

15 per cent. Divi-divi..

15 per cent.

15 per cent.73 Free.75
Fustic.

15 per cent.
cent per lb 76. f cent

per

lb.74 Hemlock.

15 per cent.

cent per lb.

Free.
Logwood.

15 per cent.

cent per lb.

cent per lb. Mangrove

15 per cent.

cent per lb 77 Free.75 Myrobalan.

15 per cent.

15 per cent 73 Free.75 Oak..

15 per cent.

cent per Ib 77

Free.
Persian berry.

15 per cent.
20 per cent..

cent per lb
Quebracho-
Exceeding in density 28° Baumé. 15 per cent.

cent per lb. Free.
Not exceeding in density 28° 15 per cent.

cent per lb. Free.
Baumé.
Saffron, safflower, saffron cake. 15 per cent.

Free.

10 per cent. Sumac.

15 per cent. $ cent per Ib. cent per lb. Valonia.

15 per cent.

15 per cent 73 Free.75 Wattle.

15 per cent. 1 cent per Ib 77 Free.78 Extracts, decoctions, and prepara- 15 per cent.

15

f cent per lb.74 tions of vegetable origin used for dyeing, coloring, staining, ОГ tanning, n. s. p. f: Combinations and mixtures of

15 per cent...
15 per cent 73

cent per lb.74 foregoing articles. 40 Flavoring extracts.

25 per cent.

25 per cent 78 20 per cent. Fruit esters, oils, and essences. 25 per cent.

$1 per lb.

20 per cent. Fruit flavors, natural or synthetic... 25 per cent.

25 per cent 78

20 per cent. All the foregoing not containing

alcohol and n. s.p.f. 41 Formaldehyde solution or formalin.. 2 cents per lb..

25 per cent 47

1 cent per Ib. Solid formaldehyde or parafor- 8 cents per lb.

25 per cent 47 15 per cent.47
maldehyde.
Hexamethylenetetramine.

25 per cent.
25 per cent 47

15 per cent.47
Valued not above 10 cents per

25 per cent. 24 cents per lb..... 20 per cent.
pound.
Valued above 10 and not above 35 25 per cent.

25 per cent.

20 per cent.
cents per pound.
Valued above 35 cents per pound.. 25 per cent. 15 cents per lb. | 20 per cent.

and 20 per cent.
Casein glue:
Valued not above 10 cents per 25

per cent.

24 cents per lb..... 1 cent per lb.
pound.
Valued above 10 and not above 25 25 per cent.

15 per cent,
cents per pound.
Valued above 10 and not above 35 25 per cent.. 25 per cent.

cents per pound.
Valued above 25 cents per pound. . 25 per cent.

25 per cent.
Valued above 35 cents per pound..25 per cent.

15 cents

per

lb.

and 20 per cent. * Provided, That no article containing alcohol shall be classified for duty under this paragraph. 11 Medicinal preparations, n. s.p. f. * Provided, That no article containing more than 10 per cent of alcohol shall be classified for duty under this paragraph. (Acts of 1913 and 1922.) * But not less than 25 per cent. 70 Esters of all kinds, n. s. p. f. 11 Sulphuric ether.

- Spirits of nitrous ether, 20 cents per pound, act of 1909. Amyl acetate, 5 cents per pound, and amyl nitrite, 20 per cent, act of 1913. hol and not medicinal, n. s.p.f.

All extracts of vegetable origin suitable for dyeing, coloring, staining, or tanning, not containing alcomis Extracts of vegetable origin suitable for dyeing, coloring, or staining, not containing alcohol and not 15 Extracts of barks and woods * * such as are commonly used for tanning, n. s. p. f. 6 Extracts and decoctions of dyewoods, n. s. p. f. 72 Extracts of bark, such as are commonly used * * * for tanning, n. s. p.f. 78 Chemical compounds, mixtures, 8. s.p.s.

42 | Agar agar:

medicinal, n. s.p. f.

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SCHEDULE 1.-CHEMICALS, OILS, AND PAINTS–Continued.

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42 Edible gelatin:
Valued not above 10 cents per

2) cents per lb..... 1 cent per lb
pound.
Valued above 10 and not above 25

15 per cent.
cents per pound.
Valued above 10 and not above 35

25 per cent.
cents per pound.
Valued above 25 cents per pound..

25 per cent. Valued above 35 cents per pound..

15 cents per lb.

and 20 per cent.
Valued at less than 40 cents per 20 per cent and 31
pound.

cents per lb.
Vâlued at 40 cents or more per 20 per cent and 7
pound.

cents per ib.
Gelatin, glue, and fish glue, n.s.p.f.:
Valued not above 10 cents per

2} cents per lb..... 1 cent per lb.
pound.
Valued above 10 and not above 25

15 per cent.
cents per pound.
Valued above 10 and not above 35

25 per cent.
cents per pound.
Valued above 25 cents per pound..

25 per cent. Valued above 35 cents per pound..

15 cents per lb.

and 20 per cent.
Valued at less than 40 cents per 20 per cent and 1}
pound.

cents per lb.
Valued at 40 cents or more per 20 per cent and 7
pound.

cents per lb.
Glue size, n.s. p. f.:
Valued' not above 10 cents per

25 per cent.... 1 cent per lb.
pound.
Valued above 10 and not above 25

25 per cent.

15 per cent. cents per pound. Valued above 25 cents per pound..

25 per cent.

25 per cent.
Valued at less than 40 cents per 20 per cent and 1} 25 per cent.
pound.

cents per lb.
Valued at 40 cents or more per 20 per cent and 7 25 per cent.
pound.

cents per lb
Isinglass and other fish sounds,

cleaned, split, or otherwise pre-
pared:
Valued not above 10 cents per 25 per cent.. 24 cents per lb..... 25 per cent.

pound.
Valued above 10 and not above 35

25 per cent.
25 per cent..

25 per cent.
cents per pound.
Valued above 35 cents per pound.. 25 per cent. 15 cents per lb. 25

per

and 20 per cent. Manufactures, wholly or in chief 25 per cent.

35 value of gelatin, glue or glue size. 43 Glycerin: Črude.

1 cent per lb... 1 cent per lb.. 1 cent per lb. Refined

2 cents per lb.. 3 cents per lb.. 2 cents per lb. 44 Ink, and ink powders, n. s. p. 20 per cent. 25 per cent.

15 per cent. 45 Iodine, resublimed.

20 cents per lb.. 20 cents per lb.

Free. 46 Bromine.

10 cents per lb.. 25 per cent 58

Free.
Compounds n. s.p.f..

10 cents per lb..... 25 per cent 58 47 Lead:

Acetate
White..
21 cents per lb..... 3 cents per lb..

11 cents per lb
Brown, gray, or yellow.
2 cents per lb. 2 cents per lb.

1 cent per lb. Arsenate and resinate.

3 cents per lb. 25 per cent 58 Compounds, n. s. p.f..

30 per cent.. 25 per cent 58 Nitrate..

3 cents per lb. 21 cents per lb.. 48 Licorice, extracts of, in pastes, rolls, 25 per cent.. 21 cents per lb. 1 cent per lb.

or other forms. 49 Lime, citrate of.

7 cents per lb...... Free.....

1 cent lb. 50 Magnesium: Carbonate, precipitated..

15 cents per lb..... 3 cents per lb.81.
Chloride-
Anhydrous....

1 cent per lb....... 25 per cent 58
N. s.p.f...

scent per lb. 25 per cent 58
Oxide or calcined magnesia-
Medicinal.

3} cents per lb. 7 cents per lb.....
Not suitable for medicinal use.. 3} cents per lb.. 3 cents per lb...... 31 cents per lb.
Sulphate or Epsom salts.

1 cent per lb.. } cent per lb.. 68 Chemical compounds and salts, n. s. p. f. 19 Manufactures of gelatin, or of which gelatin is the component material of chief value, n. s. p. 1. 80 Lead compounds, n. s.p.f. 81 Magnesia and carbonate of, medicinal.

cent.

per cent 79

25 per cent. 79

15 per cent.58

20 per cent. 80
20 per cent.
14 cents per lb.

per

11 cents per lb. 15 per cent.58 15 per cent.58

31 cents per lb.

to cent per lb.

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