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SCHEDULE 7.-AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTS AND PROVISIONS–Continued.

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726 Oats, hulled or unhulled 48

15 cents per bush. 49 15 cents per bush.. 6 cents per bush.49 Oatmeal, rolled oats, oat grits, and 80 cents per 100lbs. 1 cent per Ib....... 30 cents per 100lbs.

similar oat products.50
Unhulled ground oats öl
45 cents per 1001bs. 1 cent per lb. (n. e.) 30 cents per 100 lbs.

(n. e.).
727 Rice: 52
Brown (hulls removed).

14 cents per lb.. 14 cents per lb.68... cent per lb.53
Broken, and meal, flour, polish, 1 cent per lb. 1 cent per lb. 1 cent per lb.

and bran.54.
Milled (bran removed) 55

2 cents per lb.. 2 cents per lb. 1 cent per lb.
Paddy or rough..

1 cent per lb. cent per lb. cent per lb. 728 Rye...

15 cents per bush.45 10 cents per bush..

Free.
Flour and meal 56

45 cents per 1001bs. 1 cent per lb. Free. 729 Wheat 57

30 cents per bush.58 25 cents per bush.. Free.59 Crushed or cracked, and similar 78 cents per 100lbs. 20 per cent (n. e.) Free. 59

products n. s. p. f. Flour and semolina 57

78 cents per 100lbs. 25 per cent.. Free. 59 730 Bran....

15 per cent.
20 per cent (n. e.).. (1.5 per cent (. e.).00

Free (n. e.).61
Dried beet pulp, malt sprouts, and $5 per ton...

brewers' grains.
Hulls of barley, buckwheat, or other 10 cents per 100 lbs.

grains, ground or unground.6
Hulls of oats, ground or unground.. 10 cents per 100 lbs. 10 cents per 100 lbs.. 8 cents per 100lbs.
Mixed feeds, consisting of an admix- 10 per cent.. 20 per cent (n. e.).. 15 per cent (n. e.).

ture of grains or grain products
with oil eake, oil-cake meal, mo-
lasses, or other feedstuffs.6
Shorts, by-product feeds obtained 15 per cent.

in milling wheat or other cereals.64.
731 Screenings, scalpings, chaff, or scour- 10 per cent 62

ings of wheat, flaxseed, or other
grains seeds: Unground or

ground.6
732 Cereal breakfast foods, and similar 20

cereal preparations, by whatever
name known, processed further

than milling, and n. s. p. f.6
733 | Biscuits, wafers, cake, cakes, and

similar baked articles, and pud-
ings, all the foregoing by what-

ever name known:
Containing chocolate, nuts, fruits,

or confectionery of any kind-
Valued at 15 cents per pound or 30 per cent. 3 cents per lb. and 25 per cent.
less.

15 per cent.
Valued at more than 15 cents per 30 per cent.

50 per cent.

25 per cent.
pound.
Not containing chocolate, nuts, 30 per cent. 20 per cent.

Free.
fruits, or confectionery of any

kind. 8 New classification made by act of 1922. Not provided for in acts of 1909 and 1913. 45 Of 56 pounds. 48 "Hulled or unhulled” added by act of 1922. 49 Of 32 pounds. 50 Oat grits, and similar oat products” added by act of 1922. 51 New classification made by act of 1922.

52 Emergency Tariff Act of 1921: Rice, cleaned, 2 cents per pound, except rice cleaned for use in the manufacture of canned foods, on which the rate of duty shall be 1 cent per pound; uncleaned rice, or rice free of the outer hull and still having the inner cuticle on, 1 cents per pound; rice flour, and rice meal, and rice broken which will pass through a No. 12 wire sieve of a kind prescribed by the Secretary of the Treasury, 1 cent per pound; paddy, or rice having the outer hull on, 1 cent per pound.

53 Uncleaned rice, or rice free of the outer hull and still having the inner cuticle on.

54 Rice flour ard 'rice meal, and rice broken which will pass through a No. 12 wire sieve of a kind prescribed by the Secretary of the Treasury. (Acts of 1909 and 1913.)

56 Rice, cleaned, in acts of 1909 and 1913.
56 “ And meal” added by act of 1922.
57 Emergency Tariff Act of 1921: Wheat, 35 cents per bushel; wheat flour and semolina, 20 per cent.
58 Of 60 pounds.

59 Provided, That wheat shall be subject to a duty of 10 cents per bushel, that wheat flour shall be subject to a duty of 45 cents per barrel of 196 pounds, and semolina and other products of wheat, n. s. p. 1., 10 per cent, when imported directly or indirectly from a country, dependency, or other subdivision of Government which imposes a duty on wheat or wheat flour or semolina imported from the United States.

60 Other than wheat bran.
61 Wheat bran.
62 Provided, That when grains or seeds contain more than 5 per cent of any one foreign matter dutiable
at a rate higher than that applicable to the grain or seed the entire lot shall be dutiable at such higher rate.

SCHEDULE 7.-AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTS AND PROVISIONS-Continued.

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734 Apples:

Dried, desiccated, or evaporated. . 2 cents per lb...... 2 cents per lb.. 1 cent per lb.
Green or ripe 63.

25 cents per bush.64 | 25 cents per bush.. 10 cents per bush.64 Otherwise prepared or preserved, 24 cents per lb.

(2 cents per lb.85. 1 cent per lb.65 and n. s. p. f.

1 cent per lb. and 20 per cent.66

35 per cent.66 735

Apricots:
Dried.

cent per lb. 2 cents per lb.(n.e.) 1 cent per lb.(n.e.) Green or ripe, or in brine.

cent per lb.

Free (n.e.).. Free (n. e.).

2 cents per lb.6. 1 cent per lb.65 Otherwise prepared or preserved. . 35 per cent 1 cent per lb. and 20 per cent.66

35 per cent.66 736 Berries:

Dried, desiccated, or evaporated... 2 cents per lb. 2 cents per lb. 1 cent per lb.
Edible, in their natural condition 14 cents per lb. 1 cent per quart 67 cent per quart.7
In brine.....

14 cents per lb. 2 cents per 16.65

12 cents per 15.65 1 cent per lb.65 Otherwise prepared or preserved, 35 per cent.. cent per lb. and 20 per cent.66 and n. s. p. f.

35 per cent.66 737 | Cherries: 68 In brine..

2 cents per lb. Free (n. e.).. Free (n. e.). In their natural state..

2 cents per lb.. 25 cents per bush. 10 cents per bush.64 Maraschino.

40 per cent.

1 cent per lb. and 20 per cent.66

35 per cent.66 Prepared or preserved in any

12 cents per lb.65 1 cent per lb.65 40 per cent..

1 cent per lb. and 20 per cent.66

35 per cent.66 Sulphured.

2 cents per lb. 2 cents per lb.65 1 cent per lb.65 738 Cider.

5 cents per gal. 5 cents per gal.. 2 cents per gal. Vinegar

6 cents per proof | 74 cents per proof | 4 cents per proof gal.70

gal.70 739 Citrons and citron peel: Candied or otherwise prepared or 44 cents per lb..... 4 cents per

Ib..

2 cents per lb.
preserved.
Crude.
2 cents per Ib. Free..

Free.
Dried

2 cents per Ib. 4 cents per lb. 2 cents per lb.
In brine.
2 cents per lb. Free..

Free.
Orange and lemon peel:
Candied or otherwise prepared or 5 cents per lb...... 2 cents per lb...... 1 cent per lb.

preserved.
Crude.
2 cents per lb. Free..

Free.
Dried.
2 cents per lb. 2 cents per lb. 1 cent

per

lb. In brine..

2 cents per lb. Free (n. e.)... Free (n. e.). 740 Figs: Fresh

2 cents per lb.. 24 cents per lb.. 2 cents per lb. Dried

2 cents per lb. 2 cents per lb.71 1 cent per lb.71 In brine.

2 cents per lb. Free (n. e.)... Free (n. e.), Prepared or preserved in any 35 per cent

1 cent per lb. and 20 per cent (n. e.). manner.

35 per cent (n.e.). 741 Dates: Fresh

1 cent per Ib. 1 cent per lb.. 1 cent per lb. Dried.

1 cent per ib. 2 cents per lb.71 1 cent per lb.71 Prepared or preserved in any 35 per cent. 1 cent per lb. and 20 per cent (n. e.). manner.

35 per cent (n.e.). 742 Currants, Zante or other.

2 cents per lb.. 2 cents per lb.... 1} cents per lb. Grapes in bulk, crates,72 barrels or 25 cents per cu. 25 cents per cu. 25 cents per cu. ft.74 other packages.

ft.73

ft.74 Raisins..

2 cents per lb... 24 cents per lb.. 2 cents per lb. Other dried grapes.

2) cents per lb.. 2, cents per lb.. 2 cents per lb. 743 | Grapefruit..

1 cent per lb.. 1 cent per lb.. (75). 63 Emergency Tariff Act of 1921: Apples, 30 cents per bushel. 64 of 50 pounds. 65 Prepared in any manner, n. s. p. f.

66 Fruits of all kinds preserved or packed in sugar, or having sugar added thereto, or preserved or packed in molasses, spirits, or their own juices, if containing no alcohol or containing

not over 10 per cent of alcohol. Cranberries, 25 per cent under act of 1909 and 10 per cent under act of 1913. 68 Emergency Tariff Act of 1921: Cherries in a raw state, preserved in brine or otherwise, 3 cents per

98 Provided, That the standard proof for vinegar shall be 4 per cent by weight of acetic acid. 70 The standard proof for vinegar shall be taken to be that strength which requires 35 grains of bicarbonate of potash to neutralize 1 ounce troy of vinegar. 1 All edible fruits, when dried, n. s. p. f. 7: “Bulk, crates” added by act of 1922. 7 Of such bulk or the capacity of the packages, according as imported.

Of the capacity of the barrels or packages. 15 In packages of a capacity of 11 cubic feet or less, 18 cents per package; in packages of capacity exceeding 1 cubic feet and not exceeding 2 cubic

feet, 35 cents per package; in packages exceeding 2 and not exceeding 5 cubic feet, 70 cents per package; in packages exceeding 5 cubic feet or in bulk, 1 cent per pound.

pound.

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743 Lemons 76

2 cents per lb...... 14 cents per lb..... (75).
Limes:
In brine..

1 cent per lb.. Free (n. e.). Free (n. e.).
In their natural state..

1 cent per lb.. 1 cent per lb. (75). Oranges..

1 cent per lb. 1 cent per lb. (75). 744 Olives:77 Dried ripe..

4 cents per lb...

$25 cents per gal.78.

(15 cents per gal.79 :}15 cents per gal. In brine, green or ripe...

20 cents per gal.... (25 cents per gal.78.

115 cents per gal.79:/$15 cents per gal. Pitted or stuffed.

30 cents per gal....

25 cents

per gal.78.. 745 Peaches and pears:

(15 cents per gal.79 :}15 cents per gal. Dried, desiccated, or evaporated.. 2 cents per lb 2 cents per lb.. 1 cent per lb. Green or ripe

cent per lb.. 25 cents per bush. 10 cents per bush. In brine...

i cent per lb..
Free.

Free.
Otherwise prepared or preserved, 35 per cent.. 1 cent per lb. and 20 per cent.66
and n. s.p. f.

35 per cent.66 746 Pineapples: Candied, crystallized, or glace... 35 per cent..

1 cent per lb. and 20 per cent.66

35 per cent.66 In barrels or other packages..

8 cents per cu.ft.7+ 6 cents per cu. ft.74 In bulk.

cent each.

$8 per 1,000.. $5 per 1,000. In crates of 1.96 cubic feet 51.

22 cents per crate. Otherwise prepared or preserved, 12

11 cent per lb. and 20 per cent.66 and n. s.p.f.

cents

per
lb

35 per cent.66 747 Plums:

125 per cent 80

20 per cent.80 Dried

1 cent per lb...... 2 cents per lb. 1 cent perlb.(n.e.).

(n.e.). Green or ripe.

cent per lb. 25 cents per bush.. 10 cents per bush.64
In brine..
cent per lb. Free.

Free.
Otherwise prepared or preserved, 35 per cent... 1 cent per lb. and
and n.s.p.f.

20 per cent.66

35 per cent.66
Prunes and prunelles:
Dried.

cent per lb.. 2 cents per lb... 1 cent per lb.
Green or ripe..

cent per lb.. 25 cents per bush.81 10 cents per bush.81 In brine... cent per lb.. Free..

Free. Otherwise prepared or preserved, 35 per cent... 1 cent per lb. and 20 per cent.66 and n. s.p.f.

35 per cent.66 748 Fruit butters.

35 per cent
1 cent per lb. and

20 per cent.66

35 per cent.66
Jams.

35 per cent
1 cent per lb. and

20 per cent.66

35 per cent.66
Jellies.

35
35

20 per cent.
Marmalades.

35 per cent.
1 cent per lb. and

20 per cent.66 749 Fruits n. s. p. f.:

35 per cent.66
Dried, desiccated, or evaporated.. 35 per cent. 2 cents per lb. 1 cent per lb.
In brine..

35 per cent
Free

Free.
In their natural state.

35 per cent
Free 82

Free.82
Otherwise prepared or preserved 83 35

1 cent per lb. and

20 per cent.66

35 per cent. Pickled

35

40 per cent (n.e.).. 25 per cent (n.e.). Mixtures of two or more fruits, pre- 35 per cent.

1 cent per lb. and

20 per cent.66 pared or preserved.

35 per cent.66 750 Berries and 84 fruits, of all kinds, pre

pared or preserved in any man

ner:
Containing 5 per cent or more of $5 per proof gal.85..

alcohol shall pay, in addition to
the rates provided in this title,

on the alcohol contained therein.
Containing not over 10 per cent

1 cent per lb. and 20 per cent. of alcohol.

35 per cent. 61 New classification made by act of 1922. 64 Of 50 pounds. 66 See footnote 66 on p. 61. 76 See footnote 75 on p. 61. 16 Emergency Tariff Act of 1921: Lemons, 2 cents per pound. 77 Emergency Tariff Act of 1921: Olives, in solutions, 25 cents per gallon; olives, not in solutions, 3 cents per pound.

78 In packages containing less than 5 gallons. 79 Otherwise. 80 Pineapples preserved in their own juice. 81 Plums, green or ripe. 82 Quinces, green or ripe, 25 cents per bushel under act of 1909 and 10 cents per bushel under act of 1913.

83 Provided, That all specific provisions of this title for fruits and berries prepared or preserved shall include fruits and berries preserved or packed in sugar, or having sugar added thereto, or preserved or packed in molasses, spirits, or their own juices. (Act of 1922.)

84 « Berries and” added by act of 1922. 80 Provided, however, That nothing in this act shall be construed as permitting the importation of intoxi, cating liquor in violation

of the eighteenth amendment to the Constitution, or any act of Congress enacted in its enforcement.

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750 Berries and fruits, etc.-Continued. Containing over 10 per cent of alco

35 per cent.86 20 per cent.86 hol and n.s.p.f. 751 Bulbs: Amaryllis, canna, dahlia, Iris

$10 per 1,000....... $10 per 1,000. Kaempferri or Germanica, and

peony Begonia..

$1 per 1,000.. $1 per 1,000. Calla..

$5 per 1,000.. $5 per 1,000. Crocus

$1 per 1,000.. 50 cents per 1,000.. 50 cents per 1,000. Gloxinia

$1 per 1,000.. $1 per 1,000. Hyacinth.

$4 per 1,000.. 50 cents per 1,000.. $2.50 per 1,000. Lily.

$2 per 1,000. $5 per 1,000. $5 per 1,000.
Mature mother flowering bulbs

Free.
imported exclusively for propa-
gating purposes.
Narcissus.

$2 per 1,000.. $1 per 1,000.. $1 per 1,000.
Not edible and n. s.p.f..

Free.

Free.
Tulip

$2 per 1,000.. $1 per 1,000.. $1 per 1,000.
All other, imported for horticul- 30 per cent. 50 cents per 1,000.. 50 cents per 1,000.

tural purposes.
Clumps:
Astilbe.

$2.50 per 1,000. $2.50 per 1,000. Dielytra..

$2.50 per 1,000. $2.50 per 1,000. Hyacinth.

$2.50 per 1,000. 50 cents per 1,000. Lily of the valley..

$2.50 per 1,000.. $2.50 per 1,000. All other, imported for horticul- 30 per cent.

tural purposes.
Corms:
Calla.

$5 per 1,000.
All other, imported for horticul- 30 per cent.. 50 cents per 1,000.. 50 cents per 1,000

tural purposes.
Cut flowers, fresh or preserved.. 40 per cent

25 per centi. 25 per cent.
Herbaceous perennials, all other, 30 per cent.

imported for horticultural pur-
poses.
Pips, lily of the valley.

$2 per 1,000.... $1 per 1,000. $1 per 1,000.
Root stocks, all other, imported for 30 per cent.

50 cents per 1,000.
horticultural purposes.
Roots:
Bulbous-
Cultivated for their flowers or

50 cents per 1,000.:
foliage.
Not edible and n. s. p. f.

Free.

Free.
Hop, for cultivation...

Free

Free.
All other, imported for horticul- 30 per cent. 50 cents per 1,000.. 50 cents per 1,000,

tural purposes.
Tuber3, all other, imported for hor-
30 per cent.

50 cents per 1,000. ticultural purposes. 752 Cuttings, seedlings, and grafted or 25 per cent.

25 per cent 87

15 per cent.88 budded plants of other deciduous or evergreen ornamental trees, shrubs, or vines, and all nursery or greenhouse stock, n. s. p. f. Rose plants, budded, grafted, or 4 cents each

4 cents each.

4 cents each.
grown on their own roots.
Seedlings and cuttings, not more

than 3 years old, of:
Manetti, multiflora, and brier rose $2 per 1,000..... $1 per 1,000..... $1 per 1,000.

stock.
Rugosa rose stock

$2 per 1,000. 25 per cent (n. e.). $1 per 1,000.
Other rose stock..
$2 per 1,000. 25 per cent 89

15 per cent.89 753 Cuttings and seedlings of grapes, 25 per cent.

25 per cent 89

15 per cent.80 currants, gooseberries, or other

fruit vines, plants, or bushes.90
Grafted or budded fruit trees.. 25 per cent. 25 per cent 89.

15 per cent.89 Seedlings, layers, and cuttings of: a

Apple, cherry, pear, plum, quince. $2 per 1,000. $2 per 1,000 91 $1 per 1,000.
other fruit stocks...
$2 per 1,000. 25 per cent.

15 per cent.
754
Almond paste..

14 cents per lb.. 20 per cent (n.e.).. 15 per cent (n.e.) Almonds: Not shelled

4 cents per lb.... 4 cents per lb. 3 cents per lb. Shelled...

14 cents per lb... 6 cents per lb. 4 cerfts per lb. a Three years old or less in acts of 1909 and 1913. 86 And $2.50 per proof gallon on the alcohol contained therein in excess of 10 per cent. 87 Evergreen seedlings, free. 88 Coniferous evergreen seedlings, free. 89 Nursery or greenhouse stock n. s. p. i. - Fruit plants, tropical and semitropical, for the purpose of propagation or cultivation, free, in acts of 1909 and 1913. 91 Myrobolan plum, Mabaleb or Mazzard cherry, $1 per 1,000.

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Free.

Free.

755 Nuts:
Cream or Brazil.
1 cent per lb...... Free..

1 cent per lb.
Filberts
Not shelled

24 cents per lb... 3 cents per lb.. 2 cents per lb. Shelled.

5 cents per lb. 5 cents per lb. 4 cents per lb. Pignolia...

1 cent per lb. 1 cent per lb 1 cent per lb. Pistache

1 cent per lb 1 cent per lb 1 cent per lb. 756 Coconut meat, shredded and desic- 34 cents per lb.... 2 cents per lb... 2 cents per lb.

cated, or similarly prepared.
Coconuts.
1 cent each.... Free...

Free.
757 Peanuts:92
Not shelled
3 cents per lb... cent per lb

cent per lb. Shelled,

4 cents per lb.... i cent

per
lb..

cent per lb. 758 Pecans: Not shelled

3 cents per lb... 1 cent per lb.. 1 cent per lb. Shelled.

6 cents per lb... 1 cent per lb. 1 cent per lb. Walnuts of all kinds: Not shelled.

4 cents per lb..... 3 cents per lb.. 2 cents per lb. Shelled.

12 cents per lb. 5 cents per lb. 4 cents per lb. 759 Edible nuts, n. s. p. f.: 98 Shelled or unshelled.. 1 cent per lb.. 1 cent per lb. 1 cent

per
Pickled.

35 per cent.
40 per cent.

25 per cent.
Otherwise prepared or preserved..35 per cent.

1 cent per lb.94 1 cent Nut and kernel paste n. s. p. f.. 25 per cent. 20 per cent (n. e.).. 15 per cent (n. e.) 760 Oil-bearing seeds and materials: Apricot and peach kernels.

3 cents per lb.... 4 cents per lb...... 3 cents per lb. Castor beans

cent per lb..... 25 cents per bush.64 15 cents per bush. Cotton seed

cent per lb.
Free..

Free.
Flaxseed 96

40 cents per bush.45 25 cents per bush.45 20 cents per bush.45 Poppy seed.

32 cents per 100 lbs. 15 cents per bush.. 15 cents per bush. Soya beans.

{ cent per lb..... 45 cents per bush.58 Free. Sunflower seed.

2 cents per lb...

Free (n. e.)... Free (n. e.).
761 Grass seeds: 98
Alfalfa.
4 cents per lb...... Free..

Free.
Clover
Alsike..
4 cents per lb.... Free.

Free.
Crimson.

1 cent per lb.

Free.
N. s. p. f..

2 cents per lb.
Free.

Free.
Red..

4 cents per lb..
Free

Free.
White.
3 cents per lb.. Free.

Free.
Millet

1 cent per lb. Free.
Timothy.
2 cents per lb.... Free..

Free.
Vetch-
Hairy.
2 cents per lb. Free..

Free.
Spring
1 cent per lb..... Free..

Free.
N. s. p. 1.
2 cents per lb...... Free..

Free.
762 Garden and field seeds: 99
Beet (except sugar beet).

4 cents per lb.... 4 cents per lb... 3 cents per lb. Cabbage..

10 cents per lb..... 8 cents per lb. 6 cents per lb. Canary. 1 cent per lb.... Free..

cent per lb. Carrot..

4 cents per lb.... 4 cents per lb.. 3 cents per lb.
Cauliflower.
25 cents per lb..... Free..

Free.
Celery.
2 cents per lb.... 10 cents per lb...

Free.
Flower.
6 cents per lb. Free..

Free.
Kale

6 cents per lb.. 8 cents per lb. 6 cents per
Kohlrabi.
8 cents per lb. 8 cents per lb.

6 cents per lb.
Mangelwurzel.
4 cents per lb. Free..

Free.
Mushroom spawn.

1 cent per lb. 1 cent per lb. 1 cent per lb. Onion..

15 cents per lb..... 10 cents per lb. 5 cents per lb. Parsley 2 cents per lb.. 4 cents per lb.

3 cents per lb. Parsnip. 4 cents per lb.... 4 cents per lb..

3 cents per lb. Pepper.

15 cents per lb..... 20 cents per lb. 10 cents per lb Radish. 4 cents per lb...... 4 cents per lb...

3 cents per lb. Rutabaga.. 4 cents per lb...... 4 cents per lb...

3 cents per lb. Spinach. 1 cent per lb.... 1 cent per lb..

1 cent per lb. Tree and shrub. 8 cents per lb.... 10 cents per lb.

5 cents per lb. Turnip.... 4 cents per lb. 4 cents per lb.

3 cents per lb. All other, n. s.p.f. 6 cents per lb...... 10 cents per lb.

5 cents per lb. 45 of 56 pounds. 68 Of 60 pounds. 64 Of 50 pounds. 92 Emergency Tariff Act of 1921: Peanuts, 3 cents per pound. 93 No allowance shall be made for dirt or other impurities in nuts of any kind, shelled or unshelled. 94 Walnuts in brine, not shelled, 3 cents per pound (n. e.). 95 Walnuts in brine, not shelled, 2 cents per pound (n. e.)., 96 Emergency Tariff Act of 1921: Flaxseed, 30 cents per bushel of 56 pounds. 97 Of 47 pounds.

98 No allowance shall be made for dirt or other impurities in seed provided for in this paragraph. (Act of 1922.)

99 Provided, That the provisions for seeds in this schedule shall include such seeds whether used for planting or for other purposes. (Act of 1922.) Provided, That no allowance shall be made for dirt or other mpurities in seeds provided for in this paragraph. (Act of 1913.)

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