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SCHEDULE 11.-WOOL AND MANUFACTURES OF-Continued.

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1103 If any bale or package containing

wools, hairs, wool wastes, or wool
waste material, subject to different
rates of duty, be entered at any
rate or rates lower than applicable,
the highest rate applicable to any
part shall apply to the entire con-

tents of such bale or package.7 1104 The Secretary of the Treasury is

hereby authorized and directed to
prescribe methods and regulations
for carrying out the provisions of
this schedule relating to the duties

on wool and hair.8
1105 Mungo, woolen rags, and flocks...... 7cents per lb..... 10 cents per lb..... Free.

Noils:
Carbonized

24 cents per lb... 20 cents per lb. Free.
Not carbonized.

19 cents per lb.. 20 cents per lb.. Free.
Shoddy.
16 cents per lb. 25 cents per lb.

Free.
Wool extract.

16 cents per
lb.. 20 cents per lb.

Free.
Waste:
Garnetted.

24 cents per lb... 30 cents per lb.... Free.
Hair of the Angora goat, Cashmere (9).

20 cents per lb.10... Free.
goat, alpaca, and

other like ani-
mals.
Ring, roving, slubbing, and top... 31 cents per lb..... 30 cents per lb.. Free.ll
Thread or yarn...
16 cents per lb... 20 cents per lb..

Free.
Wool, n. s. p.f..
16 cents per lb. 20 cents per lb.

Free. 1106 Wool, and hair of the kinds provided 33 cents per lb.

for 'in this schedule, which has and 20 per cent.
been advanced in any manner or
by any process of manufacture
beyond the washed or scoured con-
dition, including tops, but not

further advanced than roving.
Combed wool or tops, made wholly

or in part of wool or camel's hair: Valued at not more than 20 cents

242 cents per lb. 8 per cent. per pound.

and 30 per cent. Valued at more than 20 cents per

363 cents per lb. 8 per cent. pound.

and 30 per cent. Tops made from hair of the Angora

20 per cent.
goat, alpaca, and other like ani-

mals.
Roving, made wholly or in part of

(12)....

8 per cent.
wool or camel's hair.
Roping, made wholly or in part of

(12).....

8 per cent.
wool or camel's hair.
Wool and hair advanced in any man-

ner or by any process of manu-
facture beyond the washed or

scoured condition, n. s. p.f.: ,
Valued at not more than 40 cents

33 cents per lb.

8 per cent. per pound

and 50 per cent. Valued above 40 and not above 70

44 cents per lb.

8 per cent. cents per pound.

and 50 per cent. Valued above 70 cents per pound..

44 cents per lb. 8 per cent.

and 55 per cent.
Wools (not improved by the admix-

ture of merino or English blood)
in condition for use in carding or
spinning into yarns, or which
shall not contain more than 8
per cent of dirt or other foreign

substance:
Valued at 12 cents or less per pound

12 cents per lb..... 8 per cent.
Valued above 12 cents per pound..

21 cents per lb. 8 per cent. 7 This provision is the same in intent as the last sentence of par. 368 of the act of 1909. No corresponding provision in the act of 1913.

8 This is a consolidation and extension of the provisions in pars. 364 and 371 of the act of 1909. No corresponding provision in the act of 1913. 9 Dutiable at the rates provided for similar types of wool wastes. 10 As wool waste, n.s. p. f. 11 Includes card and bur waste. 12 As manufactures of wool, n. s. p. f.

SCHEDULE 11.-WOOL AND MANUFACTURES OF-Continued.

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1107

Yarn:
Made wholly or in chief value of

wool
Valued at not more than 30 cents 24 cents per lb. 271 cents per lb. 18 per cent.
per pound.

and 30 per cent. and 35 per cent. Valued at more than 30 cents 36 cents per lb. 38) cents per lb. 18 per cent.

but not more than $1 per and 35 per cent. and 40 per cent. pound. Valued at more than $1 per 36 cents per lb. 382 cents per lb. 18 per cent. pound.

and 40 per cent. and 40 per cent. Made of the hair of the Angora (13).

(13)...

25 per cent. goat, alpaca, and other like

animals.
1108 Woven fabrics, weighing not more

than 4 ounces per square yard:
Wholly or in chief value of wool-
Valued at not more than 80 cents 37 cents per lb.
per pound.

and 50 per cent.
Valued at more than 80 cents per 45 cents per lb.14
pound.

and 50 per cent.
Flannels-
Valued at not more than 40

22 cents per lb. 25 per cent. cents per pound.

and 30 per cent. Valued at more than 40 and

33 cents per lb. 25 per cent. not more than 50 cents per

and 35 per cent.
pound.
Valued at more than 50 and

11 cents per sq.yd. 20 per cent. not more than 70 cents per

and 50 per cent.
pound.
Vâlued above 70 cents per

11 cents per sq. yd. | 30 per cent. pound.

and 55 per cent.
Women's and children's dress

goods, coat linings, Italian
cloths, bunting, and goods of
similar description or char-
acter, n.s. p.f.-
Valued' at not above 70 cents

11 cents per sq. yd. | 35 per cent. per pound.

and 50 per cent. Valued above 70 cents per

11 cents per sq. yd. 35 per cent. pound.

and 55 per cent.
With the warp wholly of cotton or 36 cents per lb.
other vegetable fiber.

and 50 per cent.
Valued at not exceeding 15 cents

per square yard-
Not above 70 cents per pound.

7 cents per sq. yd. | 35 per cent.

and 50 per cent. Above 70 cents per pound.....

7 cents per sq. yd. 35 per cent.

and 55 per cent.
Valued above 15 cents per square

yard-
Not above 70 cents per pound.

8 cents per sq. yd. 35 per cent.

and 50 per cent. Above 70 cents per pound...

8 cents per sq. yd. 35 per cent.

and 55 per cent. Wholly or in chief value of the hair (15).

(15)..

40 per cent. of the Angora goat, alpaca, and

other like animals, n. s.p.f. 1109

Woven fabrics, weighing more than

4 ounces per square yard: Wholly or in chief value of woolValued at not more than 40 cents

33 cents per lb. 35 per cent. per pound.

and 50 per cent. Valued at not more than 60 cents 24 cents per lb.

35 per cent. per pound.

and 40 per cent. Valued at more than 40 and not

44 cents per lb. 35 per cent. more than 70 cents per pound.

and 50 per cent. Valued at more than 60 but not 37 cents per lb.

35 per cent. more than 80 cents per pound. and 50 per cent. Valued above 70 cents per pound.

44 cents per lb. 35 per cent.

and 55 per cent. Valued at more than 80 cents 45 cents per lb. 14

35 pe" cont. but not more than $1.50 per and 50 per cent. pound. Valued at more than $1.50 per 45 cents per lb. 14

35 per cent pound.

and 50 per cent. 1. Same as rates on yarn made of wool. 1. Upon the wool content thereof. 16 Same as woven fabrics wholly or in chief value of wool.

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SCHEDULE 11.-WOOL AND MANUFACTURES OF-Continued.

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N145 per cent.17

1109 Woven fabrics, weighing more than

4 ounces per square yard-Con.
Wholly or in chief value of wool-

Continued.
Flannels
Valued at 50 cents or less per

25 per cent.
pound.
Valued at more than 50 and

44 cents per lb. and 30 per cent. not more than 70 cents per

50 per cent.
pound.
Valued at more than 70 cents

44 cents per lb. and 30 per cent. per pound.

55 per cent.
Women's and children's dress

goods, coat linings, Italian
cloths, bunting, and goods
of similar description or char-
acter, n. s. p. f.-
Valued at not more than 40

33 cents per lb. and 35 per cent. cents per pound.

50 per cent. Valued at more than 40 and

44 cents per lb. and 35 per cent. not more than 70 cents per

50 per cent.
pound.
Valued at more than 70 cents

44 cents per lb. and 35 per cent. per pound.

55 per cent. 1110 Pile fabrics, cut or uncut, whether

or not the pile covers the whole
surface, made wholly or in chief 40 cents per lb.and

|{40 per cent.16
value of wool, and manufactures, 50 per cent.
in any form, made or cut from

such pile fabrics.
Valued at not more than 40 cents

33 cents per lb, and
per pound.

50 per cent. Valued at more than 40 and not

44 cents per lb. and more than 70 cents per pound.

50 per cent. Valued at more than 70 cents per

44 cents per lb.and pound.

55 per cent. 1111 Blankets, wholly or in chief value of

wool, not exceeding 3 yards in
length: 18
Valued at not more than 40 cents

22 cents per lb. and 25 per cent. per pound.

30 per cent. Valued at more than 40 and not

33 cents per lb. and 25 per cent. more than 50 cents per pound.

35 per cent.
Valued at not more than 50 cents 18 cents per lb. and

25
per

cent. per pound.

30 per cent. Valued at more than 50 cents but 27 cents per lb.and

25 per cent. not more than $1 per pound. 323 per cent. Valued at more than 50 cents per

33 cents per lb. and 25 per cent. pound.

40 per cent. Valued at more than $1 but not 30 cents per lb.

25 per cent. more than $1.50 per pound.

and 35 per cent. Valued at more than $1.50 per 37 cents per lb.

25 per cent. pound.

and 40 per cent. Similar articles, including carriage (20).

35 per cent. and

automobile robes and
steamer rugs, made of blanket-
ing, wholly or in chief value of
wool, not exceeding 3 yards in
length.19
Valued at not more than 40 cents

33 cents per lb. and
per pound.

50 per cent. Valued at more than 40 and not

44 cents per lb. more than 70 cents per pound.

and 50 per cent. Valued at more than 70 cents per

44 cents per lb. pound.

and 55 per cent. Any of the above wholly or in chief (21)..

(21)..

40 per cent. value of the hair of the Angora goat, alpaca, and other like

animals. 16 Wholly or in chief value of wool. 17 Wholly or partly of the hair of the Angora goat, alpaca, or other like animals. 18 “Not exceeding 3 yards in length” added by act of 1922. 19 New classification made by act of 1922. 20 Same as above rates on blankets. 81 Same as above rates when wholly or in chief value of wool.

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1112 Felts, pot woven, wholly or in chief

value of wool:
Valued at not more than 50 cents 18 cents per lb. 44 cents per Ib. 35 per cent.22
per pound.

and 30 per cent. and 60 per cent.
Valued at more than 50 cents but 27 cents per lb. 44 cents per lb. 35 per cent.

not more than $1.50 per pound. and 35 per cent. and 60 per cent. Valued at more than $1.50 per 37 cents per lb. 44 cents per lb.

35 per cent.22 pound.

and 40 per cent. and 60 per cent. 1113

Fabrics with fast edges not exceed- 45 cents per lb.14 50 cents per lb. 35 per cent.
ing 12 inches in width, and articles and 50 per cent. and 60 per cent.
made therefrom; tubings, garters,
suspenders, braces, cords, and
cords and tassels; all the foregoing,

if wholly or in chief value of wool. 1114 Gloves and mittens, wholly or in

chief value of wool:
Valued at not more than $1.75 per 36 cents per lb. 44 cents per lb.
dozen pairs.

and 35 per cent. and 60 per cent

(n. e.)
Valued at more than $1.75 per 45 cents per lb. 44 cents per lb.
dozen pairs.

and 50 per cent. and 60 per cent

(n. e.). Valued at not more than $1.20 per

44 cents per lb. 30 per cent. dozen pairs.

and 60 per cent

(n. e.). Valued at more than $1.20 per

44 cents per lb. 40 per cent. dozen pairs.

and 60 per cent

(n. e.).
Hose and half hose, wholly or in

chief value of wool:
Valued at not more than $1.75 per 36 cents per lb. 44 cents per lb.
dozen pairs.

and 35 per cent. and 60 per cent

(1. e.).
Valued at more than $1.75 per 45 cents per lb. 44 cents per lb.
dozen pairs.

and 50 per cent. and 60 per cent

(n. e.). Made on knitting machines or

44 cents per lb. 20 per cent. frames, n. s. p. f.

and 60 per cent

(n. e.).
Selvedged, fashioned, narrowed,

or shaped wholly or in part by
knitting machines or frames,
or knit by hand, including
such as are commercially
known as seamless and
clocked-
Valued at not more than $1.20

44 cents per lb. 30 per cent. per dozen pairs.

and 60 per cent

(n. e.). Valued at more than $1.20 per

44 cents per lb. | 40 per cent. dozen pairs.

and 60 per cent

(n. e.).
Knit fabrics in the piece, wholly or

in chief value of wool:
Valued at not more than 40 cents

33 cents per lb. 35 per cent. per pound.

and 50 per cent. Valued at more than 40 and not

44 cents per lb. 35 per cent. more than 70 cents per pound.

and 50 per cent. Valued at more than 70 cents per

44 cents per lb. 35 per cent. pound.

and 55 per cent. Valued at not more than $1 per 30 cents per lb.

35 per cent. pound.

and 40 per cent. Valued at more than $1 per pound. 45 cents per lb.

35 per cent. and 50 per cent. Knit underwear, finished or unfin

ished, wholly or in chief value

of wool: Valued at not more than $1.75 per 36 cents per lb. 44 cents per Ib. 35 per cent. pound.

and 30 per cent. and 60 per cent. Valued at more than $1.75 per 45 cents per lb. 44 cents per lb. | 35 per cent. pound.

and 50 per cent. and 60 per cent. 14 Upon the woo lcontent thereof. 22 Wholly or in chief value of the hair of the Angora goat, alpaca, and other like animals, 40 per cent.

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1114 Outerwear and other articles, knit

or crocheted, finished or unfin-
ished, wholly or in chief value
of wool, n. s. p. f.:
Valued at not more than $1 per 36 cents per lb. 44 cents per lb.

35 per cent.
pound.

and 40 per cent. and 60 per cent. Valued at more than $1 and not 40 cents per lb. 44 cents per lb.

35 per cent.
more than $2 per pound.

and 45 per cent. and 60 per cent.
Valued at more than $2 per pound. 45 cents per lb. 44 cents per lb. 35 per cent.

and 50 per cent. and 60 per cent. 1115 Clothing and articles of wearing ap

parel of every description, not
knit or crocheted, manufactured
wholly or in part, composed

wholly or in chief value of wool:
Valued at not more than $2 per 24 cents per lb. 44 cents per lb.

35 per cent.22
pound.

and 40 per cent. and 60 per cent. Valued at more than $2 but not 30 cents per lb. 44 cents per lb.

35 per cent.12 more than $4 per pound.

and 45 per cent. and 60 per cent. Valued at more than $4 per pound. 45 cents per lb. 44 cents per lb.

35 per cent.2

and 50 per cent. and 60 per cent. 1116 Carpets and rugs, plain or figured: Chenille Axminster, whether wo- 55

60 cents per sq.yd. 35 per cent.
ven as separate carpets and rugs

and 40 per cent.
or in rolls of any width.
Oriental, Axminster, Savonnerie, 55 per cent.

10 cents per sq.

ft.

50 per cent.
Aubusson, and other, not made

and 40 per cent.24
on a power-driven loom.23
Oriental weave or weaves, pro- 55 per cent.....

10 cents per sq. ft.

50 per cent. duced on a power-driven loom.19

and 40 per cent.24 1117 Carpets and rugs: Axminster, n. s. p. f..

40 per cent.. 60 cents per sq.yd. 35 per cent.

and 40 per cent. Brussels..

40 per cent.

44 cents per sq. yd, 25 per cent.

and 40 per cent. Tapestry.

40 per cent Brussels..

28 cents per sq. yd. 20 per cent.

and 40 per cent. Velvet...

40 cents per sq. yd. 30 per cent.

and 40 per cent. Velvet..

40 per cent... 40 cents per sq. yd. 30 per cent.

and 40 per cent. Tournay.

60 cents per sq. yd. 30 per cent.

and 40 per cent. Wilton.

40 per cent. 60 cents per sq. yd. 30 per cent.

and 40 per cent.
Of like character or description as 40 per cent. (25).

(25).
above.
Ingrain carpets, and ingrain rugs or 25 per cent.

art squares, of whatever mate-
rial composed, 26 and carpets and
rugs of like character or descrip-
tion, n. s. p. f.
Treblé ingrain, 3-ply, and all-

22 cents per sq. yd. 20 per cent.
chain Venetian.

and 40 per cent. Wool Dutch and 2-ply ingrain.....

18 cents per sq.yd. 20 per cent.

and 40 per cent.
All other foor coverings, including 30 per cent.

mats and druggets, n. s. p. 1.,
composed wholly or in chief

value of wool.
Carpets and carpeting, n. s. p. f...

50 per cent.

20 per cent. Druggets and bockings...

22 cents per sq. yd. 20 per cent.

and 40 per cent. Mats, rugs for floors, bed sides, art

(27)...

(37). squares, and other portions of

carpets or carpeting, n. s.p.f. Parts of any of the foregoing shall be

dutiable at the rate provided for

the complete article.25 19 New classification made by act of 1922. 22 Wholly or in chief value of the hair of the Angora goat, alpaca, and other like animals, 40 per cent. 23 “ Not made on a power-driven loom” added by act of 1922. 24 In the measurement, the selvage, if any, shall be included. 25 Same as above rates on similar carpets or rugs. 26 “Of whatever material composed” added by act of 1922. 27 Same rates as on carpets or carpeting of like character or description. 88 Portions of carpets or carpeting, n. s. p. f., shall be subject to the rate of duty herein imposed on carpets or carpeting of like character or description. (Acts of 1909 and 1913.)

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