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

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88 Strychnine, and salts of.

15 cents per ounce. 15 cents per ounce. Free. 89 Cerium nitrate, cerium fluoride, and 35 per cent... 25 per cent 35 other salts of cerium, n. s. p.

15 per cent.35
f.
Gas-mantle scrap consisting in chief | 35 per cent... 40 per cent.. 10 per cent.

value of metallic oxides.
Thorium nitrate, thorium oxide, 35 per cent..
and other salts of thorium, n. s. p. f.

40 per cent.

25 per cent. 90 Tin bichloride, tin tetrachloride, and

all other chemical compounds,
mixtures, and salts, of which tin 25 per cent.

25 per cent 35
constitutes the element of chief

(Free 51.

$10 per cent. value. 91 Titanium potassium oxalate, and all 30 per cent... 25 per cent 35

15 per cent.35 compounds and mixtures contain

ing titanium. 92 Tonka beans.

25 cents per lb...
Free.

25 cents per lb. Vanilla beans

30 cents per lb. Free (n. e.)...... 30 cents per lb. 93 Zinc: Chloride

140 cents per lb... 1 cent per lb. cent per lb. Sulphate..

1 cent per lb.. 1 cent per lb. cent per lb. Sulphide.

il cents per lb. 14 cents per lb. 15 per cent.

85 Chemical compounds, mixtures, and salts, n. S. p. f. 61 Lac spirits,

SCHEDULE 2.- EARTHS, EARTHENWARE, AND GLASSWARE.

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Paragraph, act of

201 Brick:
Bath, n. s.p.f..

25 per cent. 35 per cent (n. e.). 15 per cent.
Chrome, n. s. p. f..

25 per cent.

(25 per cent 1 10 per cent.1
135 per cent 2. 15 per cent.

($1.25 per ton 1, 8.
Fire, n. s. p. f..

25 per cent...

J35 per cent 2, 3 (10 per cent.
30 per cent 1, 4 115 per cent.

(35 per cent 2, 4
Magnesite.....

cent per lb. and 25 per cent 1. 10 per cent.1

10 per cent. 135 per cent 2. 15 per cent. 202 Tiles:

Glazed, ornamented, hand paint

ed, enameled, vitrified, semi-
vitrified, decorated, encaustic,
ceramic mosaic, flint, spar,
embossed, gold decorated,
grooved or corrugated, and all
other earthenware tiles and
tiling by whatever name
known, except pill tiles and
So-called quarries or quarry
tiles, red or brown, and meas-
uring of an inch or over in
thickness, but including tiles
wholly or in part of cement 5-
Valued at not more than 40 cents 8 cents per sq.ft.6. 8 cents per sq. ft. . 5 cents per sq. ft.
per square foot.
Valued at more than 40 cents per 50 per cent.. 10 cents per sq. ft. 5 cents per sq. ft.
square foot.

and 25 per cent.
Unglazed-
Valued at not more than 40 cents 8 cents per sq. ft.6. 4 cents per sq. ft.7. 14 cents per sq. ft.'
per square foot.
Valued at more than 40 cents per 50 per cent. 4 cents per sq. ft.7. 14 cents per sq. ft.?

square foot.
Mantels, friezes, and articles of every 50 per cent. 60 per cent.... 30 per cent.
description or parts thereof, com-
posed wholly or in chief value of
earthenware tiles or tiling, except
pill tiles.8
Quarries or quarry tiles, so called, 3 cents per sq. ft.'. 45 per cent..... 20 per cent.
red or brown, inch or over in
thickness.
Hydrated.

12 cents per 100 5 cents per 100 5 per cent.
Ibs. 10

lbs. 10
N. s.p.f...

10 cents per 100 5 cents per 1005 per cent.

lbs. 10 Limestone (not suitable for use as 5 cents per 100 lbs. Free 11.

Free.
monumental or building stone),
crude, or crushed but not pulver-

Caustie calcined..
cent per lb.. Free 12

Free 12
Crude.
cent per lb.

Free.
Dead burned and grain, not suit- i cent per lb.

Free 12

Free. 13
able for manufacture into oxy-

chloride cements.
Not glazed, enameled, painted, vitrified, ornamented, or decorated.
Glazed, enameled, painted, vitrified, ornamented, or decorated.
Weighing not more than 10 pounds each.
Weighing more than 10 pounds each, n.

s.p.f. ," "grooved and corrugated,” and “but including tiles wholly or in part of cement" not But not less than 45 nor more than 60 per cent. & Plain unglazed, one color, exceeding 2 square inches in size.

Composed wholly or in chief value of tiles or tiling” in act of 1909. But not less than 30 per cent. 10 Including weight of container.

in value or condition by refining or grinding, or by other process of

manufacture, n. s. p. f.

19 Not purified.

SCHEDULE 2.-EARTHS, EARTHENWARE, AND GLASSWARE-Continued.

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205 Cement:

Keene's, and other cement of which

gypsum is the component ma

terial of chief value-
Valued at $10 per ton or less.....

$3.50 per ton... 10 per cent.
Valued at $14 per ton or less... $3.50 per ton.

10 per cent. Valued above $10 and not above

$5 per ton..

10 per cent.
$15 per ton.
Valued above $14 and not above $5 per ton..

10 per cent.
$20 per ton.
Valued above $15 and not above

$10 per ton.. 10 per cent.
$30 per ton.
Valued above $20 and not above $10 per ton.

10 per cent.
$40 per ton.
Valued above $30 per ton....

$14 per ton... 10 per cent.
Valued above $40 per ton... $14 per ton.

10 per cent.
N. s.p.f.

20 per cent.
20 per cent.

10 per cent.
White nonstaining Portland. 8 cents per 100 lbs.18 8 cents per 100 lbs.18 10 per cent.
Plaster rock or gypsum, ground or
calcined.

$1.40 per ton...

$1.75 per ton. 120 per cent 11.

10 per cent. 206 Pumice stone:

Manufactures of, or of which 35 per cent. 35 per cent.. 25 per cent.

pumice stone is the component
material of chief value, n. s. p. f.
Unmanufactured-
Valued at $15 or less per ton..... Io cent per lb...... 30 per cent.

5 per cent.
Valued at more than $15 per ton. cent per lb... 1 cent per lb. 5 per cent.

Wholly or partly manufactured... Par cent per lb..... cent per lb. 1 cent per lb.
207 Clays or earths:
Bauxite, crude, not refined or $1 per ton.. $1 per ton..

Free.
otherwise advanced in condition.
China clay or kaolin..

$2.50 per ton. $2.50 per ton. $1.25 per ton. 16
Common blue clay and Gross- $1 per ton.

Free 16

Free.16
Almerode glass pot clay, un-

wrought or unmanufactured.
Fuller's earth-
Unwrought and unmanufac- $1.50 per ton...... $1.50 per ton...... 75 cents per ton.15

tured.
Wrought or manufactured. $3.25 per ton... $3 per ton.

$1.50 per ton. 15
Unwrought or unmanufactured, $1 per ton.. $1 per ton

50 cents per ton.15 n.s. p. f. Wrought or manufactured, n. s. p. f. $2 per ton.

$2 per ton..

$1 per ton.
Fluorspar.
$5.60 per ton.. $3 per ton.

$1.50 per ton.15
Silica: 17
Crude, n. s. p. f.

$4 per ton..
Suitable for use as a pigment, $7.50 per ton..

n.s. p. f. 208 Mica:

Cut or trimmed, and mica split- 30 per cent. 10 cents per lb. 30 per cent.
tings.

and 20 per cent.
Ground.

20 per cent. 20 per cent (n.e.).. 15 per cent. Plates, and built-up mica, and all 40 per cent

10 cents per lb. 30 per cent. manufactures of mica or of which

and 20 per cent.
mica is the component material

of chief value.
Unmanufactured-
Valued at not above 15 cents 4 cents per lb.... 5 cents per lb. and

4 cents per lb.
per pound.

20 per cent. 18
Valued above 15 cents per pound. 25 per cent. 5 cents per lb. and 25 per cent.

20 per cent.18 209 Talc, steatite or soapstone, and

French chalk:
Crude and unground..

1 cent per
lb...
Free 19

Free.
Ground, washed, powdered, or
pulverized (except toilet prep- 25 per cent.

\/20 per cent 20
111 cent per lb.21

}15 per cent.
arations).
Cut or sawed, or in blanks, cray- 1 cent per

lb..

20 per cent 20 20 per cent.22 ons, cubes, disks, or other

forms. 13 Including weight of container. 14 Pearl hardening for paper makers' use. 15 Provided, That the weight of the casks or other containers shall be included in the dutiable weight. 16 In cases or casks suitable for the manufacture of crucibles and glass-melting pots or tank blocks. 17 New classification in act of 1922. Not provided for in acts of 1909 and 1913. 18 Unmanufactured, or rough trimmed only. 19 Minerals, crude. 20 Articles manufactured in whole or in part, n. s. p. f. 21 French chalk. 22 Earthy or mineral substances, wholly or partially manufactured, n. s. p. f., if not decorated,

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SCHEDULE 2.-EARTHS, EARTHENWARE, AND GLASSWARE-Continued.

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209 Talc, steatite or soapstone, and

French chalk-Continued.
Manufactures (except toilet prep-

arations), of which any of
above is component material
of chief value, wholly or partly
finished, n. s. p. f.-
Not decorated..

35 per cent

35 per cent 23 20 per cent.33 Decorated..

45 per cent. 45 per cent 23. 25 per cent.83 210 Common yellow, brown, or gray

earthenware made of natural,
unwashed, and unmixed clay, 24
plain or embossed; common
salt-glazed stoneware; stone-
ware and earthenware crucibles;
all the foregoing-
Not ornamented, incised, or dec- 15 per cent

25 per cent.

15 per cent.
orated.
Ornamented, incised, or decorated. 20 per cent.

40 per cent 25

20 per cent. Manufactures wholly or in chief 20 per cent.

20 per cent.
value of such ware, n. s. p. f.
Rockingham earthenware..

25 per cent.
40 per cent

30 per cent. 211 Earthenware and crockery ware

composed of a non vitrified ab-
sorbent body, including white
granite and semiporcelain earth-
enware, and cream-colored
ware,26 and stoneware, including
clock cases with or without
movements, pill tiles, plaques,
ornaments, toys, charms, vases,
statues, statuettes, mugs, cups,
steins, lamps, and all other arti-
cles composed wholly or in chief

value of such ware:
Plain white, plain yellow, plain

brown, plain red,, or plain
black, 17 not painted, colored,
tinted,
stained, enameled,

$55 per cent.

35 per cent.
gilded, printed, ornamented, or

$45 per cent...
135 per cent 28

30 per cent.28
decorated in any manner, and
manufactures in chief value of

such ware, n. s. p. f.
Painted, colored, tinted, stained, 50 per cent. 60 per cent.. 40 per cent.
enameled, gilded, printed, orna-
mented, or decorated in any
manner, and manufactures in

chief value of such ware, n. s.p.f. 212 China, porcelain, and other vitrified

wares, composed of a vitrified
nonabsorbent body which when
broken shows a vitrified or vitre-
ous, or semivitrified or semi-
vitreous fracture,29 and all
bisque and parian wares, includ-
ing clock cases with or without
movements, plaques, pill tiles,
ornaments, toys, charms, vases,
statues, statuettes, mugs, cups,
steins, 'lamps, and all other
articles composed wholly or in

chief value of such ware:
Plain white, or plain, brown, | 60 per cent.. 55 per cent... 50 por cont.

not painted, colored, tinted,
stained, enameled, 'gilded,
printed, or ornamented
decorated in any manner,
and manufactures in chief

value of such ware, n. s. p. f.
23 Articles and wares composed wholly or in chief value of earthy or mineral substances.

"Made of natural, unwashed, and unmixed clay” not in act of 1909. * Yellow earthenware, plain or em bossed, coated with white or transparent vitreous glaze, but not otherwise ornamented or decorated. Brown or gray earthenware, ornamented, incised, or decorated not provided for in act of 1909. 3. “Composed of a nonvitrified absorbent body, including white granite and semi porcelain earthenware, and cream-colored ware”' not in act of 1909. 2.“ Plain white, plain brown” only in act of 1909. * Filter tubes. 2. Composed of a vitrified nonabsorbent body which when broken shows a vitrified or vitreous, or semivitrified or semivitreous fracture'' not in act of 1909.

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SCHEDULE 2.-EARTHS, EARTHENWARE, AND GLASSWARE-Continued.

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212 China, porcelain, and other vitrified

wares, etc.--Continued.
Plain white, or plain brown, etc.-

Continued.
Chemical porcelain ware and }60 per cent.

Free 30

Free. 30 55 per cent 81

50 per cent.31 Any of foregoing articles con- 50 per cent.

55 per cent 31 50 per cent.81 taining 25 per cent or more of

calcined bone.
Painted, colored, tinted, stained, 70 per cent. 60 per cent

55 per cent.
enameled, gilded, printed, or
ornamented or decorated in
any manner, and manufac-
tures in chief value of such
ware, n. s. p. f.
Chemical porcelain ware and

Free 30

Free.30 chemical stoneware.

70 per cent.

160 per cent 31 55 per cent.31 Any of foregoing articles contain- 55 per cent.

60 per cent

55 per cent.al ing 25 per cent or more of cal

cined bone. 213 Graphite or plumbago, erude or re

fined:
Amorphous.

10 per cent....
Free..

Free.
Crystalline-
Flake 32
1} cents per lb..... Free.

Free.
Lump, chip, or dust.

20 per cent...
Free.

Free. 214 | Earthy or mineral substances whol

ly or partly manufactured 33 and articles, wares, and materials (crude or advanced in condition) composed wholly or in chief value of earthy or mineral substances, n. s. p. f., whether susceptible of decoration or not: Decorated..

40 per cent.

45 per cent. 25 per cent.
Not decorated..
30 per cent.. 35 per cent.

25 per cent. 215 Gas retorts..

20 per cent.. 20 per cent.

10 per cent. Lava tips for burners..

10 cents per gross 10 cents per gross 15 per cent.

and 15 per cent. and 15 per cent. Magnesia clay supporters, consisting 35 per cent... 35 per cent 34. 20 per cen t.34

of rings, rods, and other forms for

gas mantles. 216 Articles or wares composed wholly or in part of carbon or graphite, 145 per cent...

(20 per cent 35 20 per cent.36 wholly or partly manufactured,

20 per cent 57

i5 per cent.57
n. s. p. f.
Carbons and electrodes, of whatever

material composed, and wholly or
partly manufactured, for produc-

45 per cent....

135 cents per 100 st.38 (15 cts. per 100 ft. 28 161 cents per 100ft.39

40 cts. per 100 ft. 59 ing electric arc light.

(30 per cent.40 Electrodes, composed wholly or in 45 per cent... 30 per cent. 25 per cent.

part of carbon or graphite, and
wholly or partly manufactured, for
electrici urnace or electrolytic pur-
posės; brushes, of whatever ma-
terial composed, and wholly or
partly manufactured, for electric
motors, generators, or other elec-
trical machines or appliances;
plates, rods, and other forms, of
whatever material composed, and
wholly or partly manufactured,
for manufacturing into the afore-

said brushes. 30 Scientific apparatus, utensils, * * for scientific purposes. 31 Manufactures in chief value of such ware, n. s. p. f. 32 As used in this paragraph, the term "crystalline flake" means graphite or plumbago which occurs disseminated as a relatively thin flake throughout its containing rock, decomposed or not, and which may be or has been separated therefrom by ordinary crushing, pulverizing, screening, or mechanical concentration process, such ilake being made up of a number of parallel laminæ, which may be separated by mechanical means.

33 “ Earthy or mineral substances wholly or partly manufactured "' not in act of 1909.
31 Articles and wares composed wholly or in chief value of earthy or mineral substances, n. s. p. f.
35 Carbon, n. s.p.f.
38 Manufactures of carbon, n. s. p. f.
37 Porous carbon pots for electric batteries.
38 Made entirely from petroleum coke.
39 Composel chiefly of lampblack or retort carbon.
40 Carbons for flaming arc lamps, n. s. p. f.

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