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SCHEDULE 3.-METALS AND MANUFACTURES OF-Continued.

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per cent.

per cent 18

389 New types 17.

20 per cent.
25

15 per cent. 390 Nickel, and nickel alloy of any kind

in which nickel is the component

material of chief value:
Bars, rods, or plates.

25 per cent 18
6 cents per lb

10 per cent.
Pigs or ingots..

3 cents per lb.18 6 cents per lb. 10 per cent. Sheets or strips.

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35 per cent.. 20 per cent. Shot, cubes, grains, cathodes, or 3 cents per lb 18. 45 per cent 19

20 per cent.19 similar forms.14 Strands, castings, tubes, tubing, 25 per cent 18. 45 per cent 19. 20 per cent.19

anodes, or electrodes.14 Wire 14.

25 per cent 18 35 per cent 20 15 per cent.20 Nickel oxide.

1 cent per lb. 6 cents per lb. 10 per cent.
391 Bottle caps of metal:
Decorated, colored, waxed, lac- 45 per cent.. 55 per cent

40 per cent.
quered, enameled, lithographed,
electroplated,21 or embossed in

color.
Not decorated, colored, waxed, 30 per cent... 1 cent per lb. and 30 per cent.
lacquered, enameled, litho-

45 per cent.
graphed, electroplated, or em-

bossed in color.
Collapsible tubes and sprinkler

tops: 22
Decorated, colored, waxed, lac- 45 per cent... 45 per cent 23. 40 per cent.

quered, enameled, lithographed,
electroplated, or embossed in

color.
Not decorated, colored, waxed, 30 per cent.... 45

per cent 23.

30 per cent.
lacquered, enameled, litho-
graphed, electroplated, or em-

bossed in color. 392 Lead-bearing ores and mattes 24 of 14 cents per lb..... 14 cents per lb..... 1 cent per lb. 28

all kinds, on the lead contained

therein.25 393 Babbitt metal...

2} cents per lb.27... 45 per cent (n. e.). 20 per cent (n. e.). Lead:

Alloys or combinations, n. s. p. f. 2} cents per lb.27.. 2 cents per lb.28. 25
Antimonial, antimonial scrap, and 2j cents per lb.27... 11 cents per

lb.27... 15
type metal.
Bullion or base bullion.

2} cents per lb.27... 2} cents per lb..... 25 per cent.27 Dross, reclaimed, and scrap 2 cents per lb.27. 2 cents per lb.. 25 per cent.27 Pigs and bars.

23 cents per lb.27... 2 cents per lb.. 25 per cent.27 Sheets, pipe, shot, glazier's, and 23 cents per lb..... 23 cents per lb..

25 per cent.37 wire. Solder....

2} cents per lb.27... 45 per cent (n. e.). 20 per cent (n.e.). 14 New classification made by act of 1922. 17New”omitted in act of 1913. 18 If cold rolled, cold drawn, or cold worked, 10 per cent additional. 19 Articles or wares n. s. p. f., if composed wholly or in chief value of * * nickel. 20 All other wire n. s. p. 1. 21" Electroplated”' not in act of 1909. 22 Not enumerated in act of 1909. 23 Articles or wares n. s. p. f., composed of * * * metal, partly or wholly manufactured. 24 Mattes added by act of 1922.

25 Provided, That such duty shall not be applied to the lead contained in copper mattes unless actually recovered [act of 1922]: Provided further, That on all importations of lead-bearing ores (and mattes

of all kinds [act of 1922]) the duties shall be estimated at the port of entry and a bond given in double the amount of such estimated duties for the transportation of the ores (or mattes [act of 1922]) by common carriers bonded for the transportation of appraised or unappraised merchandise to properly equipped sampling or smelting establishments, whether designated as bonded warehouses or otherwise. On the arrival of the ores (or mattes

[act of 1922]) at such establishments they shall be sampled according to commercial methods under the supervision of Government

officers, who shall be stationed at such establishments, and who shall submit the samples thus obtained to a Government assayer, designated by the Secretary of the Treasury, who shall make a proper assay of the sample

and report the result to the proper customs officers,

and the import entries shall be liquidated thereon, except in cases of ores that shall be removed to a bonded warehouse to be refined for exportation as provided by law

[acts of 1909 and 1913]). And the Secretary of the Treasury is authorized to make all necessary regulations to enforce the provisions of this paragraph.

26 Containing more than 3 per cent of lead. 27 On the lead contained therein. 28 Type, stereotype metal, electrotype metal, linotype composition, all the foregoing, old and fit only to be remanufactured, free.

per cent.28 per cent.

SCHEDULE 3.-METALS AND MANUFACTURES OF-Continued.

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394 Zinc-bearing ores of all kinds, 29

containing:
Less than 10 per cent of zinc.

Free.
Free.

10 per cent.80
10 and less than 20 per cent of zinc. cent per lb.80. 1 cent per lb.30 10 per cent.30
20 and less than 25 per cent of zinc. 1 cent per lb.30 cent per lb.80 10 per cent.80
25 per cent or more of zinc.... 14 cents per lb.80.

cent per lb.80. 10 per cent.30 395 | Zinc: Blocks, pigs, or slabs 31

1 cents per lb..... 14 cents per lb... 15 per cent. Dust..

1 cents per lb... 1f cents per lb.. 15 per cent. Old and worn-out, fit only to be 13 cents per lb.. 1 cent per lb.. 15 per cent.

remanufactured. Sheets...

2 cents per lb. 15 cents per lb.. 15 per cent. Coated or plated with nickel or 21 cents per.lb..... 10 cents per lb..... 15 per cent.

other metal (except gold, sil

ver, or platinum), or solutions. 396 Print rollers and print blocks used 60 per cent.

45 per cent 32

20 per cent.32
in printing, stamping, or cutting
designs for wall, or crêpe paper,
linoleum, oilcloth, or other mate-
rial, n. s.p.f., composed wholly or
in chief value of iron, steel, copper,

brass, or any other metal.14
397 Cylindrical steel rolls ground and 25 per cent. 45 per cent 23

20 per cent.33 polished, valued at 25 cents per

pound or over.14
398 Twist drills, reamers, milling cut- 60 per cent..... 45 per cent 33 20 per cent.33

ters, taps, dies, and metal-cutting
tools of all descriptions, n. s.p.1.,
containing more than 1% of 1 per

cent of tungsten or molybdenum.14 399 | Articles or wares n. s. p. f., partly or

wholly manufactured:
Composed wholly or in chief value

of-
Iron, steel, lead, copper, brass, 40 per cent... 45 per cent......

20 per cent.
nickel, pewter, zinc, alumi-
num, or other metal, but not
plated with platinum,34 gold,
or silver, or colored with gold
lacquer.

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Platinum, gold, or silver... 60 per cent.... 45 per cent...... 50 per cent.
Plated with platinum,34 gold, or

silver, or colored with gold 60 per cent.. 45 per cent (n. e.). 50 per cent.

lacquér.85
400 No allowance or reduction of duties

for partial loss or damage in con-
sequence of rust or of discoloration
shall be made upon any descrip-
tion of iron or steel, or upon any
article wholly or partly manufac-
tured of iron or steel, or upon any
manufacture of iron or steel (acts
of 1909, 1913, and 1922).

14 New classification made by act of 1922. 19 Provided, That on all importations of zinc-bearing ores the duties shall be estimated at the port of entry, and a bond given in double the amount of such estimated duties for the transportation of the ores by common carriers bonded for the transportation of appraised or unappraised merchandise to properly equipped sampling or smelting establishments, whether designated as bonded warehouses or otherwise. On the arrival of the ores at such establishments they

shall be sampled according to commercial methods under the supervision of Government officers, who shall be stationed at such establishments, and who shall submit the samples thus obtained to a Government assayer, designated by the Secretary of the TreasWhy, who shall make a proper assay of the sample and report the result to the proper customs officers, and the import entries shall be liquidated thereon (, except in case of ores that shall be removed to a bonded Warehouse to be refined for exportation as provided by law [acts of 1909 and 1913]). And the Secretary of the Treasury is authorized to make all necessary regulations to enforce the provisions of this paragraph. 30 On the zinc contained therein. a Slabs added by act of 1922.

Articles or wares n. s.p.s., composed wholly or in chief value of iron, steel, copper, brass, or other metal. 3 Articles or wares n. s. p. 1., composed wholly or in chief value of iron, steel, or other metal.

“ Platinum" inserted after plated with” by act of 1922. 35 "Or colored with gold lacquer” added by act of 1922.

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Free.

401 Logs of fir, spruce, cedar, or Western $1 per M ft. b. m.. Free (n. e.)...... Free (n. e.).

hemlock. 1
402 Brier root or brier wood, ivy or 10 per cent..

15 per cent. 10 per cent.
laurel root, and similar wood un-
manufactured, or not further ad-
vanced than cut into blocks suit-
able for the articles into which

they are intended to be converted. 403 Cedar commercially known as Span

ish cedar, lignum-vitæ, lance-
wood, ebony, box, granadilla,
mahogany, rosewood, satin
wood, Japanese white oak, and

Japanese maple:
In the log..

10
per cent.

Free...
In the form of sawed boards, 15 per cent.. 15 per cent. 10 per cent.

planks, deals, and all other
forms not further manufactured

than sawed.
Veneers of wood.

20 per cent.
20 per cent..

15 per cent. Wood unmanufactured, n. s. p. f. 20 per cent... 20 per cent. Free (n. e.). 404 Hubs for wheels, posts, heading 10 per cent. 20 per cent 3.... Free

bolts, stave bolts, last blocks,
wagon blocks, oar blocks, heading
blocks, and all like blocks or sticks,
roughhewn, or rough shaped,

sawed or bored.
405 Casks, barrels, and hogsheads 15 per cent... 30 per cent.....

15 per cent.
(empty), sugar-box shooks, and
packing boxes (empty), and pack-
ing-box shooks, of wood, n.

s.p. f.
406 Boxes, barrels, and other articles 25 per cent... 30 per cent4...

15 per cent. containing oranges, lemons, limes,

grapefruit, shaddocks or pomelos. 407 Articles n. s. p. f., wholly or partly manufactured of rattan, bamboo, $45 per cent....

\$35 per cento

15 per cent. osier or willow.

145 per cent?

25 per cent." Cane webbing 8..

20 per cent

10 per cent (n. e.). 10 per cent (n. e.). Cane wrought or manufactured 20 per cent.

10 per cent.. 10 per cent.
from rattan.
Furniture made with frames wholly

or in part of wood, rattan, reed,
bamboo, osier or willow, or ma-

$60 per cent....

(35 per cent lacca, and covered wholly or in

15 per cent. 145 per cent10.

25 per cent.10 part with rattan, reed, grass, osier

or willow, or fiber of any kind.
Osier or willow, including chip of 35 per cent.... 25 per cent.

10 per cent.
and split willow, prepared for

basket makers' use.
Rattan, split or partially manufac-

$10 per cent (n. e.). 10 per cent (n. e.). tured, n. s. p. f.

20 per cent....
(Free 11

Free.11
1 Provided, That any such class of logs cut from any particular class of lands shall be exempt

from such duty if imported from any country, dependency, province, or other subdivision of government which has, at no time during the twelve months immediately preceding their importation into the

United States; maintained any embargo, prohibition, or other restriction (whether by law, order, regulation, contractual relation or otherwise, directly or indirectly) upon the exportation of such class of logs from such country, dependency, province, or other subdivision of government, if cut from such class of lands. (Act of 1922.)

2 Japanese white oak and Japanese maple added by act of 1922. 3 Fence posts free.

4 Provided, That the thin wood, so called, comprising the sides, tops, and bottoms of fruit boxes of the growth or manufacture of the United States, exported as fruit box shooks, may be reimported in com: pleted form, filled with fruit, by the payment of duty at one-half the rate'imposed on similar boxes of entirely foreign growth and manufacture; but proof of the identity of such shooks shall be made under regulations to be prescribed by the Secretary of the Treasury. (Acts of 1909 and 1922.) 6 Provided, that the thin wood, so called, comprising the sides,

tops, and bottoms of fruit boxes of the growth and' manufacture of the United States, exported as fruit box shooks, may be reimported in com; pleted form, filled with fruit, without the payment of duty; but proof of the identity of such shooks shall be made under regulations to be prescribed by the Secretary of the Treasury. (Act of 1913.)

6 Manufactures of wood, n.s. p. f.
7 Manufactures of osier or willow.
8 New classification made by act of 1922.
• House or cabinet furniture wholly or in chief value of wood, wholly or partly finished, n. s. p. f.
10 Willow furniture.
11 Rattan, reeds unmanufactured.

SCHEDULE 4.-WOOD AND MANUFACTURES OF-Continued.

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407 Reeds, wrought or manufactured 20 per cent... 10 per cent.. 10 per cent.

from rattan or reeds, whether round, ilat, split, oval, or in whatever form. Split bamboo..

14 cents per lb.. 35 per cent 6. 15 per cent.6 408 Butchers' and packers' skewers of 25 cents per 1,000.. 40 cents per 1,000.. 10 cents per 1,000

wood.
Toothpicks of wood or other vege- 25 per cent.. 2 cents per 1,000 25 per cent.
table substance.

and 15 per cent. 409 Chair seats, wholly or in chief value

of:
Bamboo, wood, or compositions of 35 per cent.. 35 per cent 6 15 per cent.6

wood, n. s. p. f.
Stained, dyed, painted, printed, | 45 per cent.. 35 per cent 6. 15 per cent.

polished, grained, or creosoted.
Papier-mâché.

35 per cent.

35 per cent 12. 25 per cent.12 Stained, dyed, painted, etc... 45 per cent.. 35 per cent 12....... 25 per cent.12 Porch and window blinds, baskets,

curtains, shades, or screens,

wholly or in chief value of:
Bamboo, wood, straw, or composi- 35 per cent. 35 per cent. 20 per cent.13

tions of wood, n. s. p. f.
Stained, dyed, painted, printed, 45 per cent.

40 per cent

25 per cent.
polished, grained, or creosoted!
Papier-maché.

35 per cent.

35 per cent 12 25 per cent. Stained, dyed, painted, etc.... 45 per cent.

35 per cent 12. 25 per cent.13 Palm leaf.

35 per cent

35 per cent 14 15 per cent.14 Stained, dyed, painted, etc.. 45 per cent

35 per cent 14. 15 per cent. 14 410 House or cabinet furniture wholly or 33 per cent. 35 per cent.. 15 per cent.

in chief value of wood, wholly or
partly finished.
Manufactures of wood or bark, or of 33} per cent.... 35 per cent.. 15 per cent.

which wood or bark is the component material of chief value, n. s. Spring clothespins.

15 cents per gross.. 35 per cent 6. 15 per cent.6 Wood flour.

33} per cent.

35 per cent (n. e.)../ Free.

p. f.

6 Manufactures of wood, n. s. p. f.
19 Manufactures of papier-måché, n. s. p. I.
13 Baskets, 25 per cent.
14 Manufactures of palm leaf, n. s. p. f.

SCHEDULE 5.-SUGAR, MOLASSES, AND MANUFACTURES OF.

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501 Mixtures containing sugar and 1,4 cents per lb... (2).......

(2).
water, testing by the polariscope
above 50 and not above 75 sugar

degrees.1
For each additional sugar degree of cent per lb.

shown by the polariscopic test additional
(fractions of a degree in pro-

portion).
Sugars, tank bottoms, sirups of 120 cents per lb... cent per lb.4... io cent per lb./

cane juice, melada, concentrated
melada, concrete and concen-
trated molasses, testing by the
polariscope not above 75 sugar
degrees.3
For each additional sugar degree 166o cent per lb. 1860, cent per lb. Tiro cent per lb.
shown by the polariscopic test additional. additional.4

additional. (fractions of a degree in pro

portion); 502 Molasses and sugar sirups, n. s.p.f.:6

Testing not above 48 per cent total ocent per gal....

sugars.
Testing above 48 per cent total do cent per gal.

sugars, for each per cent of total additional.4
sugars (fractions of a per cent

in proportion).
Molasses not imported to be com-

mercially used for the extraction
of sugar or for human consump-
tion:8
Testing not above 52 per cent total 1 cent per gal...

sugars.
Testing above 52 and not above 56 cent per gal. ad-

per cent total sugars, for each ditional.
per cent of total sugars (fractions

of a per cent in proportion).
Molasses testing by the polariscope:
Not above 40 degrees

20 per cent.. 15 per cent.5 Above 40 and not above 56 degrees 7

3 cents per gal.. 24 cents per gal.6 56 degrees and above 7..

6 cents per gal.. 4. cents per gal.. 503 Dextrose testing not above 99.7 per 14 cents per lb..... 14 cents per lb is cents per Ib.

cent and dextrose sirup.8
Maple sugar and maple sirup. 4 cents per lb... 4 cents per lb... 3 cents per lb.
Sugar cane in its natural state.. $1 per ton..

20 per cent..

15 per cent.
Sugar contained in dried sugar cane, | (11)..
or in sugar cane in any other than

its natural state.10
1 New classification made by act of 1922.

2 Sugar drainings and sugar sweepings subject to duty as molasses or sugar, as the case may be, according to polariscopic test.

Emergency Tariff Act of 1921: Sugars, tank bottoms, sirups of cane juice, melada, concentrated melada, concrete and concentrated molasses, testing by the polariscope not above 75 degrees, 140 cents per pound, and for every additional degree shown by the polariscopic test, tóc cent per pound additional, and fractions of a degree in proportion.

4 This rate applied to sugars not above No. 16 Dutch standard in color. For sugar above No. 16 Dutch standard in color and on all sugar which had gone through a process of refining the rate was 119 cents per pound. This test repealed Oct. 3, 1913.

6 Effective Mar. 1, 1914. Previous to this date the rates of the act of 1909 remained in effect. 6 The test by content of total sugars introduced by act of 1922.

? Emergency Tariff Act of 1921, par. 20: Molasses testing not above 40 degrees, 24 per cent ad valorem; testing above 40 and not above 56 degrees, 3} cents per gallon; testing above 56 degrees, 7 cents per gallon.

8 Classified as glucose or grape sugar in acts of 1909 and 1913. 9 Of 2,000 pounds. 10 New classification made by act of 1922. No corresponding classification in acts of 1909 and 1913. 11 75 per cent of the rate of duty applicable to manufactured sugar of like polariscopic test.

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