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cents per sq. yd. 4 cents per sq. yd.. 5 cents per sq. yd.. 6 cents per sq. yd.. 7 cents per sq.yd.,

but not less than 25 per cent.

21 cents per sq. yd. 3 cents per sq. yd..

32 cents per sq. yd.

37 cents per sq. yd. 41 cents per sq. yd. 5cents per sq.yd. 61 cents per sq. yd. 8 cents per sq.yd..

Cotton cloth-Continued.
Bleached-Continued.
Not exceeding 100 threads to the

square inch, counting the
warp and filling-
Valued at over 9 and not over

11 cents per square yard. Valued at over 11 and not over

12 cents per square yard. Valued at over 12 and not over

15 cents per square yard. Valued at over 15 and not over

16 cents per square yard. Valued at over 16 cents per

square yard. Exceeding 100 and not exceed

ing 150 threads to the square inch, counting the warp and

fillingValued at not over 11 cents

per square yardNot exceeding 4 square

yards to the pound. Exceeding 4 and not exceed

ing 6 square yards to the

pound. Exceeding 6 and not exceeding 8 square yards to the

pound. Exceeding & square yards to

8 the pound. Valued at over 11 and not over

12 cents per square yard. Valued at over 12 and not over

15 cents per square yard. Valued at over 15 and not over

16 cents per square yard. Valued at over 16 and not over

20 cents per square yard. Valued at over 20 cents per

square yard. Exceeding 150 and not exceed

ing 200 threads to the square inch, counting the warp and

fillingValued at not over 12 cents

per square yardNot exceeding 31 square

yards to the pound. Exceeding 34 and not ex

ceeding 4. square yards to the pound. Exceeding 44 and not ex

ceeding 6 square yards to

the pound. Exceeding 6 square yards to

the pound, Valued at over 12 and not over

15 cents per square yard. Valued at over 15 and not over

16 cents per square yard. Valued at over 16 and not over

20 cents per square yard. Valued at over 20 cents per

square yard. Exceeding 200 and not exceeding

300 threads to the square inch, counting the warp

and fillingValued at not over 15 cents

per square yardNot exceeding 24 square

yards to the pound. Exceeding 24 and not ex

ceeding 31 square yards

to the pound. Exceeding 37 and not ex

ceeding 5 square yards to

the pound. 20655°—236

10 cents per sq.

yd., but not less than 35 per cent.

2 cents per sq. yd. 39 cents per sq. yd.

4 cents per sq. yd..

41 cents per sq. yd. 5} cents per sq.yd. 6} cents per sq. yd. 8 cents per sq. yd..

10 cents per sq.yd.

but not less than 35 per cent.

41 cents per sq. yd. 5 cents per sq. yd.

54 cents per sq. yd.

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903 Cotton cloth-Continued.

Bleached-Continued.
Exceeding 200 and not exceed-

ing 300 threads to the square
inch, counting the warp and

filling-Continued.
Valued at not over 15 cents per

square yard--Continued,
Exceeding 5 square yards

6 cents per sq. yd.
to the pound.
Valued at over 15 and not over

64 cents per sq. yd.
16 cents per square yard.
Valued at over 16 and not over

8 cents per sq. yd.
20 cents per square yard.
Valued at over 20 and not over

114 cents per sq.yd.
25 cents per square yard.
Valued at over 25 cents per

121 cents per sq.
square yard.

yd., but not less

than 40 per cent.
Exceeding 300 threads to the

square inch, counting the
warp and filling-
Valued at not over 16 cents

per square yard-
Not exceeding 2 square yards

5 cents per sq. yd.
to the pound.
Exceeding 2 and not exceed-

54 cents per sq.yd.
ing 3 square yards to the

pound.
Exceeding 3 and not exceed-

6 cents per sq. yd.
ing 4 square yards to the

pound.
Exceeding 4 square yards to

64 cents per sq.yd.
the pound.
Valued at over 16 and not over

8 cents per sq. yd.
20 cents per square yard.
Valued at over 20 and not over

114 cents per sq.yd.
25 cents per square yard.
Valued at over 25 cents per

12) cents per sq.
square yard.

yd., but not less

than 40 per cent.
Printed, dyed, colored, or woven-

figured 17–
Containing yarns the average

number of which
Does not exceed No. 40.... ros cent per aver-

age No. per lb. 18
Does not exceed No. 9..

10 per cent. Exceeds No.9 and not No. 19.

12 per cent. Exceeds No. 19 and not No.39.

15 per cent. Exceeds No. 39 and not No. 49.

20 per cent. Exceeds No. 40...

22 cents per lb. and

o cent per av-
erage No. per Ib.

above No. 40.18
Exceeds No. 49 and not No. 59.
Exceeds No. 59 and not No. 79.
Exceeds No. 79 and not No. 99.

Exceeds No. 99..
Not exceeding 50 threads to the

2 cents per sq. yd.
square inch, counting the
warp and filling, valued at
not over 12 cents per square

yard.
Exceeding 50 and not exceeding

100 threads to the square
inch, counting the warp and
filling, valued at not over 12
cents per square yard-
Not exceeding 6 square yards

22 cents per sq.yd.
to the pound.
Exceeding 6 and not exceeding

31 cents per sq. yd.
9 square yards to the pound.
Exceeding 9 square yards to

34 cents per sq. yd.
the pound.
17 "Mercerized” included in act of 1913. “Woven-figured” not in act of 1909.

18 Provided, That none of the foregoing, when containing yarns the average number of which does not exceed No. 86, shall pay less duty than 15 per cent and, for each number, 1 of 1 per cent; nor when exceeding No. 80 , less than 40 per cent: Provided further, That when

not less than

20 per cent of the cloth is printed, dyed, or colored with vat dyes, there shall be paid a duty of4 per cent in addition to the above duties.

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22 per cent. 25 per cent. 274 per cent. 30 per cent.

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903

31 cents per sq. yd.
5 cents per sq.yd.

61 cents per sq. yd.
7} cents per sq.yd.

9 cents per sq.yd.,

but not less than
30 per cent.

3} cents per sq. yd.
34 cents per sq. yd.

41 cents per sq. yd.

41 cents per sq. yd.
51 cents per sq. yd.

Cotton cloth-Continued.
Printed, dyed, etc.-Continued.
Not exceeding 100 threads to the

square inch, counting the
warp and filling-
Valued at over 12 and not over

124 cents per square yard.
Valued at over 124 and not

over 15 cents per square
yard.
Valued at over 15 and not over

17) cents per square yard.
Valued at over 17} and not

over 20 cents per square

yard.
Valued at over 20 cents per

square yard.
Exceeding 100 and not exceed-

ing 150 threads to the square
inch, counting the warp and
filling-
Valued at not over 12 cents

per square yard-
Not exceeding 4 square

yards to the pound.
Exceeding 4 and not ex-

ceeding 6 square yards to

the pound.
Exceeding 6 and not exceed-
ing 8 square yards to the

pound.
Exceeding 8 square yards to

the pound.
Valued at over 12) and not

over 15 cents per square

yard.
Valued at over 15 and not over

174 cents per square yard.
Valued at over 171 and not

over 20 cents per square

yard.
Valued at over 20 cents per

square yard.
Exceeding 150 and not exceeding

200 threads to the square
inch, counting the warp and

filling-
Valued at not over 124 cents

per square yard-
Not exceeding 31 square

yards to the pound.
Exceeding 31 and not ex-

ceeding 41 square yards to

the pound.
Exceeding 41 and not ex-
coeding 6 square yards to

6
the pound.
Exceeding 6 square yards to

the pound.
Valued at over 121 and not

over 15 cents per square
yard.
Valued at over 15 and not

over 172 cents per square
yard.
Valued at over 171 and not

over 20 cents per square
yard.
Valued at over 20 cents per

square yard.

7 cents per sq.yd..
8 cents per sq.yd..

10 cents per sq.

yd., but not less
than 35 per cent

41 cents per sq.yd.
41 cents per sq. yd.

41 cents per sq.yd.

5 cents per sq. yd..
6 cents per sq.yd..

7 cents per sq. yd..

8 cents per sq. yd..

10 cents per sq.yd.,

but nor less than
40 per cent.

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903 Cotton cloth-Continued.

Printed, dyed, etc.-Continued.
Exceeding 200 and not exceed-

ing 300 threads to the square
inch, counting the warp and

filling-
Valued at not over 171 cents

per square yard-
Not exceeding 34 square

61 cents per sq.yd.
yards to the pound.
Exceeding 31 square yards

7 cents per sq. yd..
to the pound.
Valued at over 17}, and not

8 cents per sq.yd..
over 20 cents per square
yard.
Valued at over 20 and not

111 cents per sq.yd.
over 25 cents per square
yard.
Valued at over 25 cents per

124 cents per sq.
square yard.

yd., but not less

than 40 per cent.
Exceeding 300 threads to the

square inch, counting the
warp and filling-
Valued at not over 20 cents

per square yard-
Not exceeding 3 square yards

64 cents per sq. yd.
to the pound.
Exceeding 3 square yards to
3

8 cents per sq. yd..
the pound.
Valued at over 20 and not

11 cents per sq.yd.
over 25 cents per square
yard.
Valued at over 25 cents per

124 cents per sq.
yard.

yd., but not less

than 40 per cent. Mercerized or subjected to any

1 cent per sq. yd.19
similar process.
904 The term cotton cloth, or cloth,

wherever used in this schedule, un-
less otherwise specially provided
for, shall be held to include all
woven fabrics of cotton, in the
piece, whether figured, fancy, or
plain, and shall not include any ar-
ticle, finished or unfinished, made
from cotton cloth. In the ascer-
tainment of the condition of the
cloth or yarn upon which the du-
ties imposed upon cotton cloth are
made to depend, the entire fabric
and all parts thereof shall be in-
cluded. The average number of
the yarn in cotton cloth herein
provided for shall be obtained by
taking the length of the thread or
yarn to be equal to the distance
covered by it in the cloth in the
condition as imported, except that
all clipped threads shall be meas-
ured as if continuous; in counting
the threads all ply yarns shall be
separated into singles and the
count taken of the total singles;
the weight shall be taken after any
excessive sizing is removed by
boiling or other suitable process.

(Acts of 1913 and 1922.) 20
19 In addition to the foregoing rates on cotton cloth.

20 The term cotton cloth, or cloth, wherever used in the paragraphs of this schedule, unless otherwise specially provided for, shall be held to include all woven fabrics of cotton in the piece or cut in lengths, whether figured, fancy, or plain, the warp and filling threads of which can be counted by unraveling or other practicable means, and shall not include any article, finished or unfinished, made from cotton cloth. In determining the count of threads to the square inch in cotton cloth, all the warp and filling threads, whether ordinary or other than ordinary, and whether clipped or unclipped, shall be counted. In the ascertainment of the weight and value, upon which the duties, cumulative or other, imposed upon cotton cloth are made to depend, the entire fabric and all parts thereof, and all the threads of which it is composed, shall be included. The terms bleached, dyed, colored, stained, mercerized, painted, or printed, wherever applied to cotton cloth in this schedule, shall be taken to mean respectively all cotton cloth which either wholly or in part has been subjected to any of these processes, or which has any bleached, dyed, colored, stained, mercerized, painted, or printed threads in or upon any part of the fabric. (Act of 1909.)

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905 Tire fabric or fabric for use in pneu- | 25 per cent.. 45 per cent.. 25 per cent.

matic tires, including cord fabric. 21 906 In addition to the duties imposed in

par. 903, there shall be paid the
following on cotton cloth: 22
Woven with 8 or more harnesses, 10 per cent. (23).

(23).
or with Jacquard attachments.
Woven with drop boxes.

5 per cent.
(23).

(23).
Woven with lappet or swivel at- 10 per cent.

123).
tachments.
Valued at not more than 7 cents

1 cent per sq. yd.24.
per square yard.
Valued at more than 7 cents per

2 cents per sq.yd.24
square yard.
907 Tracing cloth..

5 cents per sq. yd. | 5 cents per sq. yd. 30 per cent.

and 20 per cent. and 20 per cent.
Cotton window hollands, all oil- 3 cents per sq. yd. 3 cents per sq. yd. 25 per cent.

cloths (except silk oilcloths and and 20 per cent. and 20 per cent.
oilcloths for floors), and filled or
coated cotton cloths n. s. p. f.
Waterproof cloth composed wholly 5 cents per sq. yd. 10 cents per sq.yd. 25 per cent.

or in chief value of cotton or other and 30 per cent. and 20 per cent.
vegetable fiber, whether or not in

part of india rubber.
908 Cloth in chief value of cotton, con- (25).

8 cents per sq. yd. 30 per cent. taining silk or artificial silk.

and 30 per cent.26 909 Jacquard woven cloths, in the piece

or otherwise, composed wholly
or in chief value of cotton or

other vegetable fiber:
Blankets.

45 per cent.

45 per cent 27 25 per cent.28
Napped cloths.
45 per cent. (29)..

30 per cent.30
Tapestries and other upholstery 45 per cent. 50 per cent 31 35 per cent.

cloths.
910 Pile fabrics, composed wholly or in 50 per cent.

40 per cent.
chief value of cotton, including
plush and velvet ribbons, cut or
uncut, whether or not the pile
covers the whole surface.
Not bleached, dyed, colored,

9 cents per sq.yd.
stained, painted, or printed.

and 25 per cent. 32 Bleached, dyed, colored, stained,

12 cents per sq.yd. painted, or printed.

and 25 per cent.32 Corduroys weighing 7 ounces or

18 cents per sq. over per square yard.

yd. and 25 per

cent.32
Manufactures, in any form, made or 50 per cent. 10 per cent addi- 40 per cent.
cut from cotton pile fabrics.

tional to a bove.32
Terry-woven fabrics, composed 40 per cent

45 per cent (n.e.).. 40 per cent (n. e.). wholly or in chief value of cotManufactures, in any form, made 40 per cent...... 45 per cent (n. e.).. 25 per cent.33

or cut from terry-woven fabrics. 911 Table damask, composed wholly or 30 per cent.

40 per cent........

25 per cent.
in chief value of cotton, and manu-
factures, in any form, composed
wholly or in chief value of such

damask. 2. "Including cord fabric” added by act of 1922. 22 In no case shall the duty or du ties imposed upon cotton cloth in paragraphs 903, or 903 and 906, exceed 45 per cent. (Act of 1922.) 23 No corresponding provision.

24 Cotton cloth in which other than the ordinary warp and filling threads are used to form a figure or fancy effect, whether known as lappets or otherwise.

25 Classified for duty under pars. 903, 904, and 906, and in addition 5 per cent, but none shall pay more than 45 per cent. 26 None shall pay less than 50 per cent. 37 Manufactures of cotton, or of which cotton is the component material of chief value, n. s.p.f. 28 Blankets made of cotton or of which cotton is the component material of chief value, n. S. p. f. 29 Dutiable as cotton cloth. (See par. 903.) 30 All other Jacquard figured manufactures of cotton, or of which cotton is the component material of chief va lue.

Weighing over 6 ounces per square yard. Under 6 ounces per square yard, dutiable as cotton cloth. (See pat. 903). 32 None shall pay less than 474 per cent. 33 Towels, bath mats, polishing cloths, wash rags or cloths.

ton.

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