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327. Handkerchiefs or mufflers, composed wholly or in chief value of silk finished or unfinished, not hemmed, or hemmed only.1

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327. Handkerchiefs or mufflers, composed wholly or in chief value of silk, finished or unfinished, or hemstitched or imitation hemstitched or revered or having drawn threads, or embroidered in any manner, whether with an initial letter, monogram, or otherwise, by hand or machinery, or tamboured, appliquéd, or with tucking or insertion.

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328. Ribbons (n. s. p. f.), bandings, beltings, including hatbands, beltings, bindings, all the foregoing not exceeding 12 inches in width, and if with fast edgings, bone casings, braces, cords, etc.

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329. Articles of wearing apparel of every description, including knit goods made up or manufactured in whole or in part by the tailor, seamstress, or manufacturer, etc.

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330. Goods made of silk, or of which silk is the component material of chief value, n. s. p. f. Woven fabrics in the piece.

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330. All manufactures of silk or of which silk is the component material of chief value, including such as have india rubber as a component material, n. s. p. f.

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331. Yarns, threads, filaments of artificial or imitation silk or of artificial or imitation horsehair, by whatever name known and by whatever process made.

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331. Braids, laces, embroideries, galloons, neck rufflings, ruchings, fringes, trimmings, beltings, cords, tassels, ribbons, or other articles or fabrics composed wholly or in chief value of yarns, threads, filaments, or fibers of artificial or imitation silk or of artificial or imitation horsehair, by whatever name known, and by whatever process made.

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SCHEDULE M.-PULP, PAPERS, AND BOOKS.

Text of H. R. 10 and of the law of 1909.

H. R. 10.

332. Sheathing paper and roofing felt, five per centum ad valorem.

333. Filter masse or filter stock, composed wholly or in part of wood pulp, wood flour, cotton or other vegetable fiber, twenty per centum ad valorem.

334. Printing paper (other than paper commercially known as handmade or machine handmade paper, japan paper, and imitation japan paper by whatever name known), unsized, sized, or glued, suitable for the printing of books and newspapers, but not for covers or bindings, not specially provided for in this section, valued above two and one-half cents per pound, twelve per centum ad valorem: Provided, however, That if any country, dependency, province, or other subdivision of government shall impose any export duty, export license fee, or other charge of any kind whatsoever (whether in the form of additional charge or license fee or otherwise) upon printing paper, wood pulp, or wood for use in the manufacture of wood pulp, there shall be imposed upon printing paper, when imported either directly or indirectly from such country, dependency, province, or other subdivision of government, an additional duty equal to the amount of such export duty or other export charge imposed by such country, dependency, province, or other subdivision of government, upon printing paper, wood pulp, or wood for use in the manufacture of wood pulp.

LAW OF 1909.

407. Sheathing paper and roofing felt, ten per centum ad valorem.

408. Filter masse or filter stock, composed wholly or in part of wood pulp, wood flour, cotton or other vegetable fiber, one and one-half cents per pound and fifteen per centum ad valorem.

409. Printing paper (other than paper commercially known as handmade or machine handmade paper, japan paper, and imitation japan paper by whatever name known), unsized, sized, or glued, suitable for the printing of books and newspapers, but not for covers or bindings, not specially provided for in this section, valued at not above two and onefourth cents per pound, three-sixteenths of one cent per pound; valued above two and one-fourth cents and not above two and one-half cents per pound, threetenths of one cent per pound; valued above two and one-half cents per pound and not above four cents per pound, fivetenths of one cent per pound; valued above four cents and not above five cents per pound, eight-tenths of one cent per pound; valued above five cents per pound, fifteen per centum ad valorem: Provided, however, That if any country, dependency, province, or other subdivision of government shall forbid or restrict in any way the exportation of (whether by law, order, regulation, contractual relation, or otherwise, directly or indirectly) or impose any export duty, export license fee, or other export charge of any kind whatsoever (whether in the form of additional charge or license fee or otherwise) upon printing paper, wood pulp, or wood for use in the manufacture of wood pulp, there shall be imposed upon printing paper when imported either directly or indirectly from such country, dependency, province, or other subdivision of government, an additional duty of onetenth of one cent per pound when valued at three cents per pound, or less, and in addition thereto the amount of such export duty or other export charge imposed by such country, dependency, province, or other subdivision of govern ment, upon printing paper, wood pulp, or wood for use in the manufacture of wood pulp.

335. Papers commonly known as copying paper, stereotype paper, bibulous paper, tissue paper, pottery paper, lettercopying books, wholly or partly manufactured, crêpe paper and filtering paper, and articles manufactured from any of the foregoing papers or of which such paper is the component material of chief value, thirty per centum ad valorem.

336. Papers, including wrapper paper with coated surface or surfaces, not specially provided for in this section, including wrapping paper, with the surface decorated or covered with a design, fancy effect, pattern, or character, whether produced in the pulp or otherwise, but not by lithographic process, whether or not wholly or partly covered with metal or its solutions (except as hereinafter provided) or with gelatin or flock, or embossed or printed, cloth-lined or reenforced paper, parchment papers, and grease-proof and imitation parchment papers which have been supercalendered and rendered transparent, or partially so, by whatever name known; all other grease-proof and imitation parchment papers, not specially provided for in this section, by whatever name known; bags, envelopes, printed matter other than lithographic, and all other articles composed wholly or in chief value of any of the foregoing papers, not specially provided for in this section, and all boxes of paper or wood covered with any of the foregoing paper, thirty-five per centum ad valorem; albuminized or sensitized paper or paper otherwise surfacecoated for photographic purposes, plain basic papers for albuminizing, sensitizing, baryta coating, or for photographic or solar printing processes, twenty-five per centum ad valorem.

410. Papers commonly known as copy ing paper, stereotype paper, bibulous paper, tissue paper, pottery paper, and all papers not specially provided for in this section, colored or uncolored, white or printed, weighing not over six pounds to the ream of four hundred and eighty sheets, on the basis of twenty by thirty inches, and whether in reams or any other form, six cents per pound and fifteen per centum ad valorem; if weighing over six pounds and less than ten pounds to the ream, and letter copying books, whether wholly or partly manufactured, five cents per pound and fifteen per centum ad valorem; crepe paper and filtering paper, five cents per pound and fifteen per centum ad valorem: Provided, That no article composed wholly or in chief value of one or more of the papers specified in this paragraph shall pay a less rate of duty than that imposed upon the component paper of chief value of which such article is made.

411. Papers with coated surface or surfaces, not specially provided for in this section, five cents per pound; if wholly or partly covered with metal or its solutions (except as hereinafter provided), or with gelatin or flock, or if embossed or printed, five cents per pound and twenty per centum ad valorem; papers, including wrapping paper, with the surface decorated or covered with a design, fancy effect, pattern or character, whether produced in the pulp or otherwise, but not by lithographic process, four and one-half cents per pound; if embossed, or wholly or partly covered with metal or its solutions, or with gelatin or flock, five cents per pound and twenty per centum ad valorem: Provided, That paper wholly or partly covered with metal or its solutions, and weighing less than fifteen pounds per ream of four hundred and eighty sheets, on a basis of twenty by twenty-five inches, shall pay a duty of five cents per pound and twentyfive per centum ad valorem; parchment papers, and grease-proof and imitation parchment papers which have been supercalendered and rendered transparent, or partially so, by whatever name known, two cents per pound and ten per centum ad valorem; all other grease-proof and imitation parchment papers, not specially provided for in this section, by whatever name known, two cents per pound and ten per centum ad valorem; bags, envelopes, printed matter other than lithographic, and all other articles composed wholly or in chief value of any of the foregoing papers, not specially provided for in this section, and all

337. Pictures, calendars, cards, labels, flaps, cigar bands, placards, and other articles composed wholly or in chief value of paper lithographically printed in whole or in part from stone, metal, or material other than gelatin (except boxes, views of American scenery or objects, and music, and illustrations when forming part of a periodical or newspaper, or of bound or unbound books, accompanying the same, not specially provided for in this section) shall pay duty at the following rates: Labels, flaps, and cigar bands, if printed entirely in bronze printing, fifteen per centum ad valorem; if printed otherwise than entirely in bronze printing, but not printed in whole or in part in metal leaf, twenty-five per centum ad valorem; if printed in whole or in part in metal leaf, thirty per centum ad valorem; booklets, books of paper or other material for children's use, not exceeding in weight twenty-four ounces each, fashion magazines or periodicals, printed in whole or in part by lithographic process, or decorated by hand, booklets, decorated in whole or in part by hand or by spraying, whether or not lithographed, twelve per centum ad valorem; decalcomanias in ceramic colors, whether or not backed with metal leaf, and all other decalcomanias, except toy decalcomanias, thirty per centum ad valorem; pictures, calendars, cards, placards, and all other articles than those herein before specifically provided for in this paragraph, twenty per centum ad valorem.

boxes of paper or wood covered with any of the foregoing paper, five cents a pound and thirty per centum ad valorem; albumenized or sensitized paper or paper otherwise surface coated for photographic purposes, thirty per centum ad valorem; plain basic papers for albumenizing, sensitizing, baryta coating, or for photographic or solar printing processes, three cents per pound and ten per centum ad valorem.

412. Pictures, calendars, cards, labels, flaps, cigar bands, placards, and other articles, composed wholly or in chief value of paper, lithographically printed in whole or in part from stone, metal, or material other than gelatin (except boxes, views of American scenery or objects, and music, and illustrations when forming part of a periodical or newspaper, or of bound or unbound books, accompanying the same, not specially provided for in this section), shall pay duty at the following rates: Labels and flaps, printed in less than eight colors (bronze printing to be counted as two colors), but not printed in whole or in part in metal leaf, twenty cents per pound; cigar bands of the same number of colors and printings, thirty cents per pound; labels and flaps printed in eight or more colors, but not printed in whole or in part in metal leaf, thirty cents per pound; cigar bands of the same number of colors and printings, forty cents per pound; labels and flaps, printed in whole or in part in metal leaf, fifty cents per pound; cigar bands, printed in whole or in part in metal leaf, fifty-five cents per pound; all labels, flaps, and bands not exceeding ten square inches cutting size in dimensions, if embossed or die-cut, shall pay the same rate of duty as hereinbefore provided for cigar bands of the same number of colors and printings (but no extra duty shall be assessed on labels, flaps, and bands for embossing or die-cutting); booklets, seven cents per pound; books of paper or other material for children's use, not exceeding in weight twenty-four ounces each, six cents per pound; fashion magazines or periodicals, printed in whole or in part by lithographic process, or decorated by hand, eight cents per pound; booklets, decorated in whole or in part by hand or by spraying, whether or not lithographed, fifteen cents per pound; decalcomanias in ceramic colors, weighing not over one hundred pounds per thousand sheets on the basis of twenty by thirty inches in dimensions, seventy cents per pound and fifteen per centum ad valorem; weighing over one hundred pounds per thousand sheets on the basis of twenty by thirty inches in dimensions,

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