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SCHEDULE 5.-SUGAR, MOLASSES, AND MANUFACTURES OF-Continued.
504 Adonite, arabinose, dulcite, galac-50 per cent.
tose, inosite, inulin, levulose,
per cent. 505 Sugar candy and all confectionery,
40 per cent.
4 cents per lb. and 2 cents per lb.18
15 per cent.13
15 per cent.13
1 New classification made by act of 1922. 12 Chemical compounds, mixtures, and salts, n. s. p. f. 13 The weight and the value of the immediate coverings, other than the outer packing case or other covering, shall be included in the dutiable weight and the value of the merchandise. 14 Dutiable according to polariscopic test.
35 per cent of wrapper
15 per cent of wrapper
countries or dependencies
used in this title means that
box, or package. 603 Tobacco;
Manufactured or unmanufac
tured, n. s.p.f.
of tobacco, ground dry, or damp,
of all descriptions.
1 Emergency Tariff Act of 1921: $3 per pound.
per cent 11
per cent 16
701 Beef and veal, fresh 1..
3 cents per lb...... 14 cents per lb..... Free.
$2 per head.
$3.75 per head.
273 per cent.
1 cent per lb... 25 per cent 4.. 15 per cent.
1 cent per lb.
Free. 702 Goat meat, fresh 6.
24 cents per lb. Goats.
$2 per head. 20 per cent (n.e.). Free.? Lamb, fresh 8
4 cents per lb.. 12 cents per lb. Free.
22 cents per lb... 12 cents per lb.. Free.
$2 per head
$1.50 per head. 703 Bacon and hams.
2 cents per lb. 4 cents per lb. Free. Lard.
1 cent per lb. 1} cents per lb.. Free.
cent per lb. 1.1 cents per lb. Free.
cent per lb. $1.50 per head. Free. 704 Reindeer meat 6
4 cents per lb.. Venison and other game (except 4 cents per lb. 14 cents per lb..... 1} cents per lb.
birds), n. s. p. f. 705 Extract of meat...
15 cents per lb. 35 cents per lb.12. 10 cents per lb.12 Fluid...
15 cents per lb. 15 cents per lb.12. 5 cents per lb.18 706 Meats,13 fresh,14 prepared, or pre- 20 per cent.
Free. served, n. s. p. f.16 707 Cream 17
20 cents per gal.18. 5 cents per gal.
Expressed oils. 5 All other animal oils. 6 New classification made by act of 1922. Not provided for in acts of 1909 and 1913. 7 All other domestic live animals suitable for human food, n. s. p. f. 8 Emergency Tariff Act of 1921: Fresh or frozen mutton, lamb, and pork, 2 cents per pound. 9 Emergency Tariff Act of 1921: Sheep, 1 year old or over, $2 per head; less than 1 year old, $1 per head. 10 Emergency Tariff Act of 1921: Meats of all kinds, prepared or preserved, n. s. p. f., 25 per cent. 11 Meats of all kinds, prepared or preserved, n. s.p.fi 12 The dutiable weight of the extract of meat and of the fluid extract of meat shall not include the weight of the packages in which the same is imported.
18 Provided, That no meats of any kind shall be imported (none of the foregoing meats shall be admitted (act of 1913]) into the United States unless the same is healthful, wholesome, and fit for human food and contains no dye, chemical, preservative, or ingredient which renders the same unhealthful, un wholesome, or unfit for human food, and unless the same also complies with the rules and regulations made by the Secretary of Agriculture, and that, after entry into the United States in compliance with said rules and regulations, said meats shall be deemed and treated as domestic meats within the meaning of and shall be subject to the provisions of the act of June 30, 1906 (Thirty-fourth Statutes at Large, page 674), commonly called the Meat Inspection Amendment, and the act of June 30, 1906 (Thirty-fourth Statutes at Large, page 768), commonly called the “ Food and Drugs Act,” and that the Secretary of Agriculture be and hereby is authorized to make rules and regulations to carry out the purposes of this provision (paragraph [act of 1913]), and that in such rules and regulations the Secretary of Agriculture may prescribe the terms and conditions for the destruction (for food purposes (act of 1913)) of all such meats offered for entry and refused admission into the United States unless the same be exported by the consignee within the time fixed therefor in such rules and regulations. (Acts of 1913 and 1922.)
14 “Fresh" added by act of 1922.
17 Emergency Tariff Act of 1921: Milk, fresh, 2 cents per gallon; cream, 5 cents per gallon; milk, preserved or condensed, or sterilized by heating or other process, including weight of immediate coverings, 2 cents per pound; butter and substitutes therefor, 6 cents per pound; cheese, and substitutes therefor, 23 per cent. 18 Provided, That fresh or sour milk containing more than 7 per cent of butter fat shall be dutiabie
as cream, and cream containing more than 45 per cent of butterfat shall be dutiable as hutter.
708 Compounds or mixtures of or sub- 20 per cent...
stitutes for milk or cream.. Cream powder 6.
7 cents per lb. Malted milk 6.
20 per cent...
hermetically sealed containers: 17
1 cent per
13 cents per lb. 2 cents per lb. Free.
11 cents per lb. Whole milk powder 6.
3 cents per lb. 709 Butter 17
8 cents per lb. 6 cents per lb. 21 cents per lb. Oleomargarine and other butter sub- 8 cents per lb.. 6 cents per lb. 23 cents per lb.
stitutes.17 710 Cheese and substitutes therefor 17.... 5 cents per lb 19.... 6 cents per lb. 20 per cent. 711 Birds, live: Poultry..
3 cents per lb..... 3 cents per lb..... 1 cent per lb.
Free. 712 | Birds, dead, dressed or undressed: Poultry.
6 cents per lb.. 5 cents per lb.. 2 cents per lb.20 All other.. 8 cents per lb.. (21)...
30 per cent 22 All the foregoing, prepared or pre- 35 per cent.. 25 per cent.28 Free. 23
served in any manner and
n.sp. f. 713 Egg albumen: Dried.
18 cents per lb.... 3 cents per lb.... 3 cents per lb. Frozen or otherwise prepared or 6 cents per lb... 3 cents per lb..... 1 cent per lb
preserved, n.s. p. f.
10 per cent. Frozen or otherwise prepared or 6 cents per lb.. 25
10 per cent. preserved, n.s.p.f. Eggs of poultry, in the shell. 8 cents per doz.... 5 cents per doz.... Free. Whole eggs: Dried..
18 cents per lb... 15 cents per lb. 10 cents per lb. Frozen or otherwise prepared or 6 cents per lb... 5 cents per doz. 2 cents per lb.20
preserved, n.s.p. f. 714 Horses and mules: Valued at not more than $150 per $30 per head...
$30 per head...
10 per cent. head.
Valued at more than $150 per head. 20 per cent. 25 per cent 10 per cent. 715 Live animals, vertebrate and invertebrate,24 n. s.p.f.
$15 per cent..
3 cents per lb. 20 cents per gal.. 10 cents per gal 717 Fish, fresh, frozen, or packed in ice:
Halibut, salmon, mackerel. 2 cents per lb 1 cent per lb. Free.26
2 cents per lb. cent per lb.27 Free. 26
1 cent per lb..
cent per lb
cent per lb.28 718 Dried fish, salted or unsalted
14 cents per lb cent per lb.29. Free.30 Finnan haddie.....
25 per cent.
cent per lb.29. Free.30
25 per cent. 1 cent per lb. Free.80
cent per lb.29
15 per cent.81 prepared or preserved. Smoked herring, skinned or boned../ 21 cents per lb..... 13 cents per lb... 1 cent per lb. 6 New classification made in act of 1922. Not provided for in acts of 1909 and 1913 ? All other domestic live animals suitable for human food, n. s. p. f. 17 See footnote 17, p. 57. 19 But not less than 25 per cent. 20 Including the weight of immediate coverings or containers. 21 No corresponding provision. 22 Game birds, dressed. 23 Meats of all kinds, prepared or preserved, n. s. p. 1. 24 “Vertebrate and invertebrate” added by act of 1922. 25 All live animals n. s.p.fi 26 Fresh-water fish, and all other fish, n. s. p. f. 27 N.s.p.f. 29 Herrings, fresh, n. s. p. f. 29 Fish, * * * smoked, dried, salted, pickled, or otherwise prepared for proservation, n. s. p. f. 30 All other fish n. s. p. f. 31 All other fish * * * in tin packages, n. s. p. f.
SCHEDULE 7.-AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTS AND PROVISIONS--Continued.
718 All other fish, skinned or boned, in 2 cents per lb. 11 cents per lb..... cent per lb.
bulk, or in immediate containers net weight.
than 15 pounds each.32
Free. 30 immediate containers weighing
per lb. net
1 cent per lb.. with their contents more than 1š weight
11 cent per lb.33
or not boned, when in bulk, or in
1 cent per lb. net
1 cent per lb.
cent per lb.33 pounds each.32 720 Fish (except shellfish), by whatever 30 per cent..
25 per cent. name known, packed in oil or
in oil and other substances.34 When in packages containing74 cubic inches or less.
14 cents per pkge..
2, cents per pkge..
5 cents per pkge...
10 cents per pkge..
salted, smoked, kippered, or
30 per cent 35
i cent per lb.29 15 per cent.81 In bulk or in immediate containers 14 cents per lb. net 4 cent per lb.36. Free.30 weighing with their contents weight.
1 cent per lb.37 more than 15 pounds each. 721 Caviar and other fish roe for food 30 per cent.......
30 per cent.
30 per cent.
30 per cent........
40 per cent. 25 per cent. 722 Barley: Flour.
lb... 2 cents per lb.39. 1 cent per lb.39 Hulled.
20 cents per bush.40 2 cents per lb. 1 cent per lb. Malt.
40 cents per 100 lbs 45 cents per bush.41 25 cents per bush.41 Patent
2 cents per lb... 2 cents per lb.. 1 cent per lb. Pearl.
2 cents per lb... 2 cents per lb.. 1 cent per lb. Unhulled.
20 cents per bush.40 30 cents per bush.40 | 15 cents per bush.40
10 cents per 100 lbs. 15 cents per bush.40 Free. 724 Corn or maize, 43 including cracked 15 cents per bush.45 15 cents per bush.45 Free.
1} cents per lb. 1 cent per lb. similar alimentary pastes.47 29 Fish, * * * smoked, dried, salted, pickled, or otherwise prepared for preservation, n. s. p. f. 30 All other fish, n. s. p. f. 31 All other fish * *'* in tin packages, n. s. p. f. 32 “In bulk, or in immediate containers weighing with their contents more than 15 pounds each” added by act of 1922.
33 Fish, boned.
35 All other fish (except shellfish) in tin packages; fish in packages, containing less than one-half barrel, n. S. p. f.
36 Herrings, pickled or salted, smoked or kippered.
42 “And grits or groats” and “hulled or unhulled” added by act of 1922. No corresponding provision
41 Of 34 pounds.