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SCHEDULE 3.-METALS AND MANUFACTURES OF-Continued.

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302 Manganese ore or concentrates con- 1 cent per lb.18. Free 18

Free.18
taining in excess of 30 per cent of

metallic manganese.
Molybdenum ore or concentrates. 35 cents per lb.13 Free 19

Free.19
Calcium molybdate, and other 50 cents per lb.18 25 per cent 20.

15 per cent.20
compounds of molybdenum. and 15 per cent.
Other alloys of molybdenum. 50 cents per lb.18 20 per cent 5

15 per cent.
Silicon metal.

8 cents per lb 14.... 20 per cent 5. 10 per cent.5
and 15

per

cent.
Tungsten ore or concentrates.. 45 cents per lb.13. 10 per cent

Free.
Tungstic acid, and all other com- 60 cents per lb.18 25 per cent 20. 15 per cent.20
pounds of tungsten.

and 25 per cent.
303 Bar iron:21
Valued at not over 1 cent per

sto cent per lb.23.

cent
pound.

per lb.....
% cent per lb.23.

5 per cent.
Valued above 1 and not above 11

Sit cent per lb.22.
cents per pound.

lb......
ir cent per 11 cent per lb.23.

5 per cent.
Valued above 14 and not above 24
cents per pound.

Po cent per

sto cent per lb.22.
lb.....
Nis cent per lb.23.

*5 per cent.
Valued above 24 and not above 31

cent per lb.22.
cents per pound.

18 cent per lb....
118 cent per lb.23.

*5 per cent.
Valued above 31 and not above 5
cents per pound.

*1 cent per lb...

i cent per lb.22. 11% cent per lb.23.

5 per cent. Valued above 5 cents per pound... 14 cents per lb....

to cent per lb.22. lio cent per lb.23....

$5 per cent.
Iron in slabs, blooms, loops, or other

forms less finished than iron in
bars and more advanced than
pig iron, except castings:21
Valued at not over 1 cent per i cent per lb...... 18 cent per lb...... Free.

pound.
Valued above 1 and not above 111 cent per lb..... is cent per lb...... Free.

cents per pound.
Valued above 14 and not above 21 A cent per lb... i cent per lb... Free.

cents per pound.
Valued above 24 and not above 33 ir cent per lb...... 1 cent per lb...... Free.

cents per pound.
Valued above 31 and not above 5 1 cent per

lb...... io cent per lb...... Free.
cents per pound.
Valued above 5 cents per pound... 14 cents per lb..... is cent per lb...... Free.
Muck bars:21
Valued at not over 1 cent per cent per lb...... cent per lb.... 5 per cent.

pound.
Valued above 1 and not above 11 % cent per lb...... By cent per lb...... 5 per cent.

cents per pound.
Valued above 14 and not above 24x cent per lb...... cent per lb..... 5 per cent.

cents per pound.
Valued above 2, and not above 31 | 1 cent per lb.... to cent per lb.. 5

per cent.
cents per pound.
Valued above and not above 5 1 cent per lb....... I cent per lb...... 5 per cent.

cents per pound.
Valued above 5 cents per pound... 14 cents per lb..... cent per

lb......5
Round iron in coils or rods: 21
Valued at not over 1 cent per

six cent per lb. 24.
pound.

lb....
per
1919 cent per lb. 25

5 per cent.
Valued above 1 and not above 11

to cent per lb. 24 cents per pound.

y cent

lb.
per
Niocent per lb. 25

5 per cent.
Valued above 1} and not above 24 ir cent per lb.

61 cent per lb. 24 cents per pound.

Nie cent per lb. 25

*5 per cent.
Valued above 24 and not above 33
cents per pound.

{if cent per lb. 24
cent
118 cent per lb. 25,

5 per cent.
Valued above 3} and not above 5
cents per pound.

1 cent per lb..

(10 cent per lb. 24
No cent per lb. 25

$5 per cent.
Valued above 5 cents per pound... 11 cents per lb...

1 cent per lb. 24 Nr cent per lb. 25,

>5 per cent. 5 Metals unwrought, whether capable of being wrought or not, n. s. p. f. 6 Other alloys used in the manufacture of steel, n. s. p. f. 13 On the metallic content of the metal named. 14 On the silicon contained therein. 18 Manganese, oxide, and ore of. 19 Minerais, crude. 20 Chemical compounds, mixtures, and salts, n. s. p. f. 21 Provided further, That all iron bars, blooms, billets, slabs or loops, in the manufacture of which charcoal is used as fuel, shall be subject to a duty of $8 per ton. (Act of 1909.)

22 Includes square iron, rolled or hammered comprising flats not less than 1 inch wide nor less than
Jinch thick.

23 Bars or shapes of rolled or hammered iron n. S. p. f.
24 Not less than 1 inch in diameter.
25 Less than 7 inch in diameter.

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304 Steel ingots, cogged ingots, blooms

and slabs, by whatever process
made; die blocks or blanks; bil-
lets and bars, whether solid or
hollow; shafting; pressed,
sheared, or stamped shapes, not
advanced in value or condition
by, any process or operation
subsequent to the process of
stamping; hammer *molds or
swaged steel; gun-barrel molds
not in bars; alloys n. s. p. I. used
as substitutes for steel in the
manufacture of tools; all de-
scriptions and shapes of dry
sand, loam, or iron molded steel
castings; sheets and plates and
steel n. s. p. f.; all of the fore-
going valued at:26, 27
Not over 1 cent per pound. 1 cent per lb...
cent per pound or less

to cent per lb..
A bove and not above 1.3 cents

1x cent per lb.
per pound.
Above 1 and not above 13 cents i'r cent per

Ib.
per pound.
Above 1.3 and not above 1.8 cents

Mocent per lb.....
per pound.
Above 1} and not above 2, cents to cent per lb...

per pound.
Above 1.8 and not above 2.2 cents

y cent per lb.....
per pound.
Above 2.2 and not above 3 cents

io cent per lb...
per pound.
Abovē 2and not above 3) cents 1 cent per lb...

per pound.
Above 3 and not above 4 cents per

170 cents per lb...
pound.
Above 39 and not above 5 cents 1 cent per lb.
per pound.

15 per cent.28
Above 4 and not above 7 cents

per

14 cents per lb.... 8 per cent.29 pound.

1 cent per lb.80 Above 5 and not above 8 cents per 170 cents per lb....

Free.81* pound.

12 per cen
Above 7 and not above 10 cents

18 cents per lb....
per pound.
Above 8 and not above 12 cents 2) cents per lb.....

per pound.
Above 10 and not above 13 cents

27% cents per lb....
per pound.
Above 12 and not above 16 cents 3} cents per lb....

per pound.
Above 13 and not above 16 cents

20 cents per lb....
per pound.
Above 16 cents per pound.. 20 per cent.
Above 16 and not above 24 cents

419 cents per lb...
per pound.
Above 24 and not above 32 cents

6 cents per lb......
per pound.
Above 32 and not above 40 cents

7 cents per lb...
per pound.
Above 40 cents per pound......

20 per cent. 20 See par: 305 for additional duties on steel containing any metallic element used in alloying steel. 37 See par. 306 for definition of steel. 28 All the foregoing when made by the crucible, electric, or cementation process, either with or without alloys, and finished by rolling, hammering, or otherwise, and all steels by whatever process made, containing alloys such as nickel, cobalt, vanadium, chromium, tungsten, wolfram, molybdenum, titanium, iridium, uranium, tantalum, boron, and similar alloys.

29 Steel bars, and tapered or beveled bars; mill shafting; pressed, sheared, or stamped shapes, not advanced in value or condition by any process or operation subsequent to the process of stamping; hammer molds or swaged steel; gun-barrel molds not in bars; all descriptions and shapes of dry

sand, loam, or iron molded steel castings, sheets, and plates; all the foregoing, if made by the Bessemer, SiemensMartin, open-hearth, or similar processes, not containing alloys, such as nickel, cobalt, vanadium, chromium, tungsten or wolfram, molybdenum, titanium, iridium, uranium, tantalum, boron, and similar alloys.

30* * * ingots, cogged ingots, blooms, or blanks for the same, without regard to the degree of manu. facture. ["The same” refers to wheels

for railway purposes, or parts thereol, made of steel, and steel locomotive car or other railway tires or parts thereof..

31 Steel ingots, cogged ingots, blooms and slabs, die blocks or blanks, and billets, if made by the Besse mer, Siemens-Martin, open-hearth, or similar processes, not containing alloy, such as nickel, cobalt, vanadium, chromium, tungsten, or wolfram, molybdenum, titanium, iridium, uranium, tantalum, boron, and similar alloys.

* Crucible plate steel, cut or sheared to shape or otherwise, or unsheared.

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304 | Steel circular-saw plates....

cent per lb. 33 1 cent per lb. 33

12 per ce t. 305 In addition to the rates of duty pro

Specific rates ac- 15 per cent. vided for in this schedule on steel

cording to value in all forms and shapes, by what

up to 40 cents ever process made, and by what

per pound, above evername designated, whether

which the rate cast, hot or cold rolled, forged,

was 20 per cent. stamped, or drawn, containing

No distinction more than 1% of 1 per cent of nickel,

between alloy cobalt, vanadium, chromium,

steels and car-
tungsten, molybdenum, or any

bon steels.
other metallic element used in al-
loying steel, there shall be levied,
collected, and paid 8 per cent ad
valorem: Provided, That manga-
nese and silicon shall not be con-
sidered as alloying material uniess
present in the steel in excess of 1
per cent manganese or silicon:
Provided further, That an addi-
tional cumulative duty of 65 cents
per pound on the molybdenum
content in excess of % of 1 per cent,
and 72 cents per pound on the
tungsten content in excess of of
1 per cent shall belevied, collected,
and paid on any material provided
for in paragraph 304 containing

molybdenum and tungsten.
306 All metal produced from iron or its

ores, which is cast and malleable, of whatever description or form, without regard to the percentage of carbon contained therein, whether produced by cementation, or converted, cast, or made from iron or its ores, by the crucible, electric,34 Bessemer, Clapp-Griffith, pneumatic, Thomas-Gilchrist, basic, Siemens-Martin, or openhearth process, or by the equivalent of either, or by a combination of two or more of the processes, or their equivalents, or by any fusion or other process which produces from iron or its ores a metaleither granular or fibrous in structure, which is cast and malleable, excepting whatis known as malleable-iron castings, shall be classed and denominated as steel. (Acts

of 1909, 1913, and 1922.)
307 Boiler or other plateiron or steel, ex-

cept crucible platesteel and saw
plāte steel, not thinner than 100
inch,35 cut or sheared to shape
or otherwise, or unsheared, and
skelp iron or steel sheared or

rolled in grooves, valued at:36
ocent per pound or less.....

cent per lb. 12 per cent.
Above and not above 1 cent per

io cent per lb. 12 per cent.
pound.
1 cent per pound or less..
To cent per lb.

12 per cent.
Above 1 and not above 2 cents per

cent per lb. 12 per cent.
pound.
Above 1 and not above 3 cents per to cent per lb.

12 per cent.
pound.
Above 2 and not above 3 cents per

to cent per lb..

12 per cent.
pound.
Over 3 cents per pound........ 20 per cent

20 per cent.

12 per cent. 33 Additional to duty provided for on steel plates. 34 The word "electric was added by the act of 1922. 85“Not thinner than No. 10 wire gauge" in act of 1909. 86 Provided, That all sheets or plates of iron or steel thinner than 100 inch shall pay duty as iron or steel sheets. (Act of 1922.) Provided, That all sheets or plates of iron or steel thinner than No. 10 wire gauge shall pay duty as iron or steel sheets. (Act of 1909.)

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308 Sheets of iron or steel, common or

black, of whatever dimensions, 37
and skelp iron or steel:
Valued at 3 cents per pound or

less-
Thinner than to and not thin- cent per lb....

12 per cent.
ner than yol inch.
Thinner than No. 10 and not

to cent per lb. 12 per cent.
thinner than No. 20 wire gauge.
Thinner than in and not thin- ror cent per lb..

12 per cent.
ner than niig inch.
Thinner than No. 20 and not

cent per lb...... 12 per cent.
thinner than No. 25 wire gauge.
Thinner than ido and not thin-or cent per lb..

12 per cent.
ner than to inch.
Thinner than No. 25 and not

ir cent per lb.. 12
thinner than No. 32 wire gauge.
Thinner than do inch.. 160 cent per lb...

12 per cent.
Thinner than No. 32 wire gauge.

no cent per lb. 12 per cent. Corrugated or crimped.

bo

cent per lb. i cent per lb. 12 per cent. Valued at more than 3 cents per

20 per cent.

30 per cent.. 12 per cent.
pound, all the foregoing.
309 Iron or steel plates or sheets, by 1 % cent per lb. o cent per lb. 15 per cent.

whatever name designated, other additional to additional to
than polished, planished, or rates provided rates provided
glanced, herein provided for, on correspond- on correspond-
which have been pickled or ing thicknesses ing gauges

of
cleaned by acid, or by any other of common

common material or process, or which are black sheet iron black sheet iron cold-rolled, smoothed only, not or steel.

or steel,
polished.
Iron or steel sheets and plates, 88 14 cents per lb..... 14 cents per lb..... 15 per cent
polished, planished, or glanced,
by whatever name designated.
Iron or steel sheets, plates, bars, and cent per lb. 1 cent per lb. 15 per cent.

rods, 29 and all hoop, band, or scroll additional to additional to
iron or steel, excepting what are rates provided rates provided
known commercially as tin plates, when not gal- when not gal-
terneplates, and taggers tin, when vanized or vanized
galvanized or coated with zinc, coated.

coated.
spelter, or other metals, or any
alloy of those metals.
Sheets or plates composed of iron, 30 per cent... 40 per cent.... 15 per cent
steel, copper, nickel, or other metal
with layers of other metal or
metalsimposed theron by forging,
hammering, rolling, or welding.
Thermostatic metal in sheets, plates, 50 per cent...... 40 per cent 40 15 per cent.40

or other forms.
310 Sheets or plates of iron or steel, or 1 cent per lb... liq cents per lb.... 15 per cent,

taggers iron or steel, coated with
tin or lead, or with a mixture of
which these metals, or either of
them, is a component part, by the
dipping or any other process, and
commercially known as tin plates,

terneplates, and taggers tin.
311 No article not specially provided for

which is wholly or partly manu-
factured from tin plate, terneplate,
or sheet, plate, hoop, band, or scroll
iron or steel, or of which such tin
plate, terneplate, sheet, plate, hoop:
band, or scroll iron or steel shall
be the material of chief value, shall
pay a lower rate of duty than that
imposed on the tin plate, terne-
plate, or sheet, plate, hoop, band,
or scroll iron or steel from which it
is made, or of which it shall be the
component thereof of chief value.

(Acts of 1909, 1913, and 1922.) 27 Provided, That all sheets or plates of common or black iron or steel not thinner than 8 inch shall pay 3 "Plates' added in act of 1922.

gauge shall pay duty as plate iron or plate steel. (Act of 1909.)

act of 1922. “Strips” mentioned in act of 1913. metals imposed thereon by forging, hammering, rolling, or welding.

plates composed of iron, steel, copper, nickel, or other metal with layers of other metal or

Sheets or

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312 Beams, girders, joists, angles, chan

nels, car-truck channels, tees,
columns and posts, or parts or
sections of columns and posts,
deck and bulb beams, and build-
ing forms, together with all other

structural shapes of iron or steel:
Not assembled, manufactured or
or advanced beyond hammering, scent perlb......

Kio cent per lb.4 $10 per cent.
rolling, or casting.

liocent per lb.43.
Machined, drilled, punched, as- 20 per cent..

45 per cent 43. 10 per cent.
sembled, fitted,' fabricated for
use, or otherwise advanced be-
yond hammering, rolling, or

casting.
Sashes, frames, and building forms 25 per cent. 45 per cent 43

10 per cent.
of iron or steel.
313 Barrel hoops of iron or steel, and (44)......

(45). .....

10 per cent. 46 hoop or band iron, or hoop or band steel, flared, splayed, or punched, with or without buckles or fastenings. Bands and strips of iron or steel, 25 per cent... 35 per cent 47

12 per cent. 18 whether in long or short lengths,

n. s. p. f.
Hoop, band, and scroll iron or steel,

n.s. p. f., valued at 3 cents per
pound or less, 8 inches or less in

width:
Thinner than X and not thinner por cent per lb.

10 per cent. 19
than 16 inch.
Thinner than 3 inch and not thin-

is cent perlb. 10 per cent. 29 ner than No. 10 wire gauge. Thinner than mo and not thin- For cent per lb.

10 per cent.49 than riro inch. Thinner than No. 10 and not thin

to cent

10 per cent.19 ner than No. 20 wire gauge. Thinner than röi inch Tot cent per lb.

10 per cent.49 Thinner than No. 20 wire gauge..

& cent per lb. 10 per cent. 49 314 Hoop or band iron, and hoop or 1 cent per lb. to cent per lb. Free.

band steel, cut to lengths, or
wholly or partly manufactured
into hoops or ties, coated or not
coated with paint or any other
preparation, with or without
buckles or fastenings, for baling

cotton or any other commodity.
315 Iron or steel bars and rods of what- | $ cent per lb.addi- cent per lb. addi- 10 per cent.

ever shape or section which are tional to rates tional to rates
cold rolled, cold drawn, cold ham- provided on bars

provided on bars
mered, or polished in any way in or rods of what- or rods of what-
addition to the ordinary process ever section or ever section or
of hot rolling or hammering.

shape which are shape which are
hot rolled.

hot rolled.
Strips, plates, or sheets of iron or

per lb. ad

to cent per lb. ad- 15 per cent.
steel of whatever shape, other than ditional to rates ditional to rates
polished, planished, or glanced provided on provided on
sheet iron or sheet steel, which are plates, strips, or plates, strips, or
cold hammered, blued, brightened, sheets of iron or sheets of iron or
tempered, or polished by any proc- steel of common steel of common
ess to such perfected surface finish or black finish or black finish
or polish better than the grade of of corresponding of corresponding
cold rolled, smoothed only.

thickness or

gauge or value,

value. 41 Valued at ro cent per pound or less. 42 Valued ove o cent per pound. 43 Articles or wares n. s.p.f., composed wholly or in part of metal, and whether partly or wholly manufactured.

14 Shall pay no more duty than that imposed on the hoop or band iron or steel from which they are made. 45 Shall pay cent per pound more duty than that imposed on the hoop or band iron or steel from which they are made.

46 Barrel hoops of iron or steel, wholly or partly manufactured.
47 Bands and strips of steel, exceeding 12leet in length, n. s. p.f.
48 Strips of iron or steel, n. s. p. f.
49 Hoop, band, or scroll iron or steel, n. s. p. f.

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