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SCHEDULE 11.-WOOL AND MANUFACTURES OF-Continued.

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1118 Screens, hassocks, and all other

articles composed wholly or in

part of carpets or rugs, n. s.p. f. 1119 All manufactures n. s. p. f., wholly

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

per pound.
Valued at more than 40 and not

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

pound.
1120 Whenever in this title the word

"wool” is used in connection with
a manufactured article of which it
is a component material, it shall
be held to include wool or hair of
the sheep, camel, Angora goat,
Cashmere goat, alpaca, or other
like animals, ai' whether manu-
factured by the woolen, worsted,
felt, or any other process.

33 cents per lb.

and 50 per cent. 44 cents per lb.

and 50 per cent. 44 cents per lb.

and 55 per cent.

9. Same rates as on carpets or carpeting of like character or description. 99 Wholly or in chief value of wool. 30 Wholly or in chief value of hair of the Angora goat, alpaca, and other like animals. 31 Sheep, camel, goat, alpaca, or other animal. (Act of 1909.) Sbeep, camel, or other like animals. (Act of 1913.)

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1201 Silk partially manufactured, includ- 35 per cent..... 35 cents per lb.... 20 cents per lb.

ing total or partial degumming
other than in the reeling process,
from raw silk, Waste silk, or co-
coons, or silk and artificial silk;
all the foregoing not twisted or

spun.
Silk noils exceeding 2 inches in length 35 per cent... 35 per cent..

20 cents per lb. 1202 Spun silk or schappe silk yarn, or

yarn of silk and artificial silk,
and roving: 3
Valued at not exceeding $1 per

35 cents per Ib., | 35 per cent.
pound, whether in singles or

but notless than
advanced beyond the condi-

35 per cent.
tion of singles by grouping or
twisting two or more yarns

together.
Not bleached, dyed, or colored-
Not advanced beyond the con-

dition of singles by grouping
or twisting two or more

yarns together-
In skeins, cops, or warps-
Nos. 1 to 205 4.

45 cents per lb. 45 cents per lb. 35 per cent.

and 10 cent per and 100 cent per

No. per lb.5 No. per lb.6
Above No. 205 4.

45 cents per lb. 45 cents per lb. 35 per cent.
and 1 cent per

and 10 cent per

No. per lb.5 No. per lb.6
On bobbins,spools, or beams-
Nos. 1 to 205 4

55 cents per lb. 55 cents per lb.

and to cent per and 10 cent per 35 per cent.

No. perlb.5 No. per lb,6
Above No. 205 4.

55 cents per lb. 55 cents per lb. 35 per cent.

and do cent per and docent per

No. per lb.5 No. per lb.
Advanced beyond the condition

of singles by grouping or
twisting two or more yarns

together-
In skeins, cops, or warps-
Nos. 1 to 205 4.

50 cents per lb. 50 cents per lb. 35 per cent

and 10 cent per and 1%cent per
No. per Ib.7

No. per lb.6
Above No. 205 4.

50 cents per lb. 50 cents per lb. 35 per cent.

and or cent per and the cent per

No. per lb. No. per lb.6
On bobbins, spools, or beams-
Nos. 1 to 205 4..

60 cents per lb. 60 cents per lb. 35 per cent

and 10 cent per and 10 cent per

No. per lb.7 No. per lb.6
Above No. 2054.

60 cents per lb. 60 cents per lb. 35 per cent.
and 6 cent per

and for cent per
No. per
lb.7

No. per lb.6
1 "Including total or partial degumming other than in the reeling process” added by act of 1922.
% Silk partially manufactured from cocoons or from waste silk.

8“Yarn of silk and artificial silk, and roving” added by act of 1922. Roving was dutiable at 50 per cent in the act of 1909 and at 45 per cent in the act of 1913 as manufactures of silk, n. s. p. f.

4 In assessing duty on all spun silk or schappe silk yarn, the number indicating the size of the yarn shall be taken according to the metric or French system, and shall, in all cases, refer to the size of the singles. (Act of 1909.)

In assessing duty on all spun silk or schappe silk yarn, or yarn of silk and artificial silk, and roving, the number indicating the size of the yarn or roving shall be determined by the number of kilometers that weigh 1 kilogram, and shall, in all cases, refer to the size of the singles. Act of 1922.)

In no case shall the duty be assessed on a less number of yards than is marked on the skeins, bobbins, cops, spools, or beams. (Acts of 1909 and 1922.)

6 But none shall pay less than 40 per cent.
6 On yarn valued at exceeding $1 per pound; and none shall pay less than 35 per cent.
7 But none shall pay less than 45 per cent.

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35 per cent.

1202 Spun silk or schappe silk yarn,

etc.-Continued.
Bleached, dyed, or colored-
Not advanced beyond the con-

dition of singles by grouping
or twisting two or more

yarns together-
In skeins, cops, or warps-
Nos. 1 to 205 4.
55 cents per lb. 55 cents per lb.

35 per cent.
and 10 cent per and 1 cent per

No. per lb.6 No. per lb.
Above No. 205 4..
55 cents per lb. 55 cents per lb.

35 per cont.
and 1 cent per and no cent per

No. per lb. No. per Ib.
On bobbins, spools, or beams-
Nos. 1 to 205 4.

65 cents per lb. 65 cents per lb. 35 per cent.

and 10 cent per and 1 cent per

No. per lb.5 No. per Ib.
Above No. 2054.

65 cents per lb. 65 cents per lb. 35 per cent.

and 5 cent per and to cent per

No. per lb. No. per lb.6
Advanced beyond the condition

of singles by grouping or
twisting two or more yarns

together-
In skeins, cops, or warps-
Nos. 1 to 205 4.

60 cents per lb. 60 cents per lb. 35 per cent.

and 10 cent per and 1 cent per
No. per lb.?

No. per Ib.8
Above No. 205 4.

60 cents per lb. 60 cents per lb. 35 per cent.

and 1 cent per and 1 cent per

No. per lb.7 No. per lb.6
On bobbins, spools, or beams-
Nos. 1 to 205 4.

70 cents per lb. 70 cents per Ib. 35 per cent.

and 1 cent per and 1 cent per
No. per lb.?

No. per lb.
Above No. 205 4.

70 cents per lb. 70 cents per lb.

and 16 cent per and 1 cent per
No. per lb.

No. per lb.6 1203 Thrown silk not more advanced than 25 per cent..

15 per cent.
singles, tram, or organzine.
In the gum-
Singles.

50 cents per lb..
Tram.

75 cents per Ib. Organzine...

$1 per lb.. Ungummed, wholly or in part, or

if further advanced by any

process of manufacture Singles.

$1 per lb. Tram

$1.25 per Ib. Organzine..

$1.50 per Ib 1204

Sewing silk, twist, floss, and silk

threads or yarns of any descrip-
tion, made

from raw silk,
n.s. p. f.: 8
In the gum..

$1 per Ib.
$1 per Ib.

15 per cent.
Ungummed, wholly or in part, or $1.50 per lb.10.. $1.50 per Ib.. 15 per cent.

iffurther advanced by any proc

ess of manufacture.
1205 Woven fabrics in the piece, com- 55 per cent. (1)......

45 per cent.
posed wholly or in chief value of
silk, n.s. p. f.
Weighing not more than ; ounce

$4 per lb. per square yard. 4 See footnote 4 on p. 96. 5 But none shall pay less than 40 per cent. 60n yarn valued at exceeding $1 per pound; and none shall pay less than 35 per cent. ? But none shall pay less than 45 per cent, 8 In no case shall the duty be assessed on a less number of yards than is marked on the goods as imported. (Acts of 1909 and 1922.)

• But not less than 35 per cont. 10 But not less than 40 per cent. 11 Goods made on Jacquard looms or any goods containing more than one color in the filling, or any of the goods enumerated in paragraph 399, act of 1909, including such as have india rubber as a component material, in no case shall pay a less rate of duty than 45 per cent.

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1205

$3 per lb.
$3.25 per lb..
$3.50 per lb.

$2.65 per lb.
$3 per lb.
$3.25 per lb..

$2.50 per lb...
$2.85 per lb.....
$3.10 per lb..

70 cents per lb....
85 cents per lb.

$1.05 per lb..

Woven fabrics in the piece, etc.-

Continued.
Weighing more than } ounce, but

not more than ounce per
In the gum

square yard-
Ungummed, wholly or in part.
Further advanced by any proc-
ess of manufacture, or other-
wise, or if dyed or printed in

the piece.
Weighing more than ounce but

not more than 1 ounce per

square yard-
In the gum.
Ungummed, wholly or in part...
Further advanced by any proc-
ess of manufacture, or other-
wise, or if dyed or printed in

the piece.
Weighing more than 1 ounce but

not more than 1} ounces per

square yard-
In the gum..
Ungummed, wholly or in part...
Further advanced by any proc-
ess of manufacture, or other-
wise, or if dyed or printed in

the piece.
Weighing more than 1} ounces but

not more than 2 ounces per

square yard-
In the gum-
Containing in weight of silk-

Not more than 20 per cent..
More than 20 per cent but

not more than 30 per cent.
More than 30 per cent but

not more than 40 per cent. More than 40 per cent but

not more than 50 per cent.
More than 50 per cent, or if

wholly of silk.
Ungummed, wholly or in part,

or further advanced by any
process of manufacture, or
otherwise, or if dyed' or
printed in the piece-.
Containing in weight of silk-

Not more than 20 per cent..
More than 20 per cent but

not more than 30 per cent.
More than 30 per cent but

not more than 40 per cent. More than 40 per cent but

not more than 50 per cent.
More than 50 per cent, or if

wholly of silk.
Weighing more than 24 ounces but

not more than 8 ounces per
square yard-
In the gume
Containing in weight of silk-

Not more than 20 per cent..
More than 20 per cent but

not more than 30 per cent.
More than 30 per cent but

not more than 40 per cent. More than 40 per cent but

not more than 50 per cent.
More than 50 per cent, or if

wholly of silk.
Ungummed, wholly or in part,

or further advanced by any
process of manufacture or
otherwise, or if dyed or
printed in the piece-
Containing in weight of silk-

Not more than 20 per cent...
More than 20 per cent but

not more than 30 per cent.

$1.25 per lb...
$2.50 per lb..

85 cents per lb...
$1.10 per lb....
$1.25 per lb..
$1.50 per lb..

$3 per lb.

571 cents per lb....
75 cents per

Ib..
90 cents per lb.....
$1.10 per lb...
$2.25 per lb...

70 cents per lb.....
90 cents per lb.....

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$1.10 per lb........
$1.30 per lb...
$2.75 per lb..

$1.25 per lb.
$1.60 per lb..
$3 per lb.

$2.25 per lb..
$3 per lb

$2 per lb.
$2.75 per lb..

1205 Woven fabrics in the piece, etc.

Continued.
Weighing more than 24 ounces but

not more than 8 ounces per

square yard-Continued.
Ungummed, etc.--Continued.
Containing in weight of silk
More than 30 per cent but

not more than 40 per cent.
More than 40 per cent but

not more than 50 per cent.
More than 50 per cent, or if

wholly of silk.
Dyed in the thread or yarn-
Weight not increased in dyeing

beyond the original weight

of raw silk-
Containing in weight of silk-

Less than 30 per cent...
More than 30 but not more

than 45 per cent.

More than 45 per cent.
Weight increased in dyeing be-

yond the original weight of

raw silk-
Weighing more than 1 ounce

but not more than 1 ounce
per square yard-
Black, except selvedges...

Other than black.
Weighing more than 1 ounce

but not more than 15
ounces per square yard-
Black, except selvedges.

Other'than black.
Weighing more than 1 ounces

but not more than 13
ounces per square yard-
Black, except selvedges.

Other than black.
Weighing more than 1} ounces

but not more than 2
ounces per square yard-
Black, except selvedges.

Other than black. Weighing more than 2 ounces but nor

more than 8
ounces per square yard-
Containing in weight of silk
Not more than 30 per

cent--
Black, except selvedges.

Other than black...
More than 30 per cent but

not more than 45 per

cent
Black, except selvedges.

Other'than black..
More than 45 but not more

than 60 per cent-
Black, except selvedges.

Other than black..
More than 60 per cent, or

if wholly of silk, and

having in the warpNot more than 440 single

threads to the inch-
Black, except sel-

vedges.
Other than black..
More than 440 single

threadsbutnotmore
than 600 single

threads to theinch-
Black, except sel-

vedges.
Other than black.

$1.80 per lb..
$2.50 per lb..

$1.65 per lb.
$2.25 per lb..

75 cents per lb..
90 cents per lb..

$1.10 per lb..
$1.30 per lb..

$1.40 per lb..
$1.60 per lb..

$1.50 perlb....
$2 per lb.

$1.65 per lb.
$2.25 per lb..

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