Information Concerning Zinc Ore
U.S. Government Printing Office, 1919 - 46 páginas
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60 per cent accordance actual addition American amount assay Australia average base blende body bonded calamine Canada cent per pound cent zinc charge classes Colo comparatively complex concentrate considerable Consolidated consumption containing contract copper cost deposits district domestic duty entry estimated exported factor figures foreign freight furnace furnished Germany Government grade greater ground Idaho imports increased industry invariably iron Italy Joplin largest lead Leadville lease less lower material metal methods Mexican Mexico mills minerals Mining Mining Co Missouri nearly Okla operation output oxide paid period plant ports practically present production quantity recent records reduction region result Salt Lake City sampled separation short situation smelting sold spelter sulphide supply tariff term tion tons transportation treated treatment United usually Utah valorem warehouse weight Wisconsin zinc content
Página 30 - F.Supp. 616, and the Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit affirmed the judgment of the District Court.
Página 31 - Such additional duties shall not be construed to be penal, and shall not be remitted nor payment thereof in any way avoided except in cases arising from a manifest clerical error, nor shall they be refunded in case of exportation of the merchandise, or on any other account, nor shall they be subject to the benefit of drawback...
Página 5 - Means of the House of Representatives: I have the honor to transmit herewith, in accordance with your request, information compiled by the United States Tariff Commission on the potash industry.
Página 31 - Provided further, That the said metals so producible, or any portion thereof, may be withdrawn for domestic consumption or transferred to a bonded customs warehouse and withdrawn therefrom and the several charges against the bonds canceled upon the payment of the duties chargeable against an equivalent amount of ores or crude metals from which said metal would be producible in their condition as imported...
Página 21 - IMPORTS AND EXPORTS. WAREHOUSE TRANSACTIONS. Zinc imported into the United States as metal or in ore may be entered for immediate consumption, in which case the duty is paid and the zinc goes direct to the consumer; or it may be entered for warehouse, bond being given for double the amount of the estimated duty. From warehouse the zinc may be withdrawn for consumption by payment of duty, or it may be smelted in bond, finally being either withdrawn for consumption or exported from warehouse with cancellation...
Página 41 - TD 34280 and 35624) : (1) From the ascertained assay deduct 8 units for sulphide and 6 units for nonsulphide ores. The remainder will represent percentage of recoverable zinc in the ore, which multiplied by 2,000 will give the number of pounds of zinc recoverable from a ton of ore. (2) Multiply the result as above ascertained by the average price of prime western spelter in East St. Louis for the week in which the ore was exported; that is, the week including the date of sailing of the ship or day...
Página 25 - Similarly, the figures for 1911 are exclusive of 25.769 tons of other ore, carrying 6,283,437 pounds of zinc, and those for 1912 are exclusive of 18,245 tons of other ore, carrying 4,862,508 pounds of zinc. The duties on the zinc contents of this ore have since been refunded and the bonds canceled. The ore was shipped from South American ports and largely entered through the port of New York. It is shown in the Monthly Summary...
Página 41 - J oplin ores from Joplin, Mo., to common Kansas smelting points. (6) For nonsulphide ores the treatment charge will be ascertained as follows: From the value of the recoverable spelter in a ton of 2,000 pounds of 40 per cent calamine ore deduct the average of the quoted prices for such ore and $1.50 per ton of 2,000 pounds as representing the average freight paid from Joplin, Mo., to common Kansas smelting points. (5) Penalties.
Página 41 - ... value of the recoverable spelter in a ton of 2,000 pounds medium grade Joplin sulphide ore, 60 per cent base, deduct the average of the quoted prices for such ore and $1.50 per ton of 2,000 pounds as representing the average freight on Joplin ores from Joplin, Mo., to common Kansas smelting points. (6) For nonsulphide ores the treatment charge will be ascertained as follows: From the value of the recoverable spelter in a ton of 2,000 pounds of 40 per cent calamine ore deduct the average of the...
Página 31 - ... not. — An understatement of the market value per ton of zinc ore, varying from the consular invoice and from the price stated in the contract for purchasing it, the arithmetical extension in the entry being correctly made upon the basis of the declared price per ton, declared number of tons, and declared percentage of zinc content, is not manifest clerical error within the meaning of Paragraph Y of section 3, tariff act of 1913. 4. Construction — Paragraph 162, tariff art nf 1913.