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CLASS 542.-Types and type-setting machines. Type- CLASS 572.-Brakes, buffers, couplings, and snow writing machines.
CLASS 543.-Printers' furniture.
CLASS 544.-Book-binding machines.
CLASS 545.-Paper-folding machines.
CLASS 546.-Paper and card-cutting machines. CLASS 547.-Envelope machines.
MOTORS AND APPARATUS FOR THE GENERATION AND TRANSMISSION OF POWER.
CLASS 550.-Boilers and all steam or gas-generating apparatus for motive purposes.
CLASS 551.-Water-wheels, water-engines, hydraulic rams, wind-mills.
CLASS 552.-Steam, air, or gas engines, electro-magnetic engines.
CLASS 553.-Apparatus for the transmission of power, shafting, belting, cables, transmission of power by compressed air, etc., gearing, cables. CLASS 554.-Screw propellers, wheels for the propulsion of vessels, and other motors.
CLASS 555.-Implements and apparatus used in connexion with motors, steam gauges, manometers, etc.
HYDRAULIC AND PNEUMATIC APPARATUS, PUMPING, HOISTING, AND LIFTING. CLASS 560.-Pumps and apparatus for lifting and moving liquids.
CLASS 561.-Pumps and apparatus for moving and compressing air or gas.
CLASS 562.-Pumps and blowing engines, blowers, and ventilating apparatus.
CLASS 563.-Hydraulic jacks, presses, elevators, lifts, meters, cranes.
CLASS 554.-Fire engines, hand, steam, or chemical, and fire-extinguishing apparatus, hose, ladders, fire-escapes, etc.
CLASS 565.-Beer-engines, soda-water machines, bottling apparatus, corking-machines.
CLASS 566.-Stop valves, cocks, pipes, etc.
RAILWAY PLANT, ROLLING STOCK, AND APPARATUS.
CLASS 570.-Locomotives, models, drawings, plans,
CLASS 571.-Carriages, waggons, trucks, cars, etc.
CLASS 573.-Wheels, tires, axles, bearings, springs,
AERIAL, PNEUMATIC, AND WATER
CLASS 590.--Suspended-cable railways.
used in commerce. Sailing vessels used in war.
CLASS 595.-Steamships, steamboats, and all vessels propelled by steam.
CLASS 596.-Vessels for carrying telegraph cables,
and railway trains, also coal barges, water-boats, and dredging-machines, screw and floating docks, and for other special purposes.
CLASS 597.-Steam capstans, windlass, deck-winches, and steering apparatus, fans.
MACHINERY AND APPARATUS ESPECIALLY ADAPTED TO THE REQUIREMENTS OF THE EXHIBITION.
Boilers, engines, cranes, pumps, etc.
ARBORICULTURE AND FOREST
CLASS 600.-Timber and trunks of trees, entire or in transverse or truncated sections, with specimens of barks, leaves, flowers, seed vessels, and seed. Masts, spars, knees, longitudinal sections of trees, railway ties, ship timber, lumber roughly sawn; as planks, shingles, lath, and staves.
Timber and lumber prepared in various ways to resist decay and combustion; as by injection of salts of copper and zinc.
CLASS 601.-Ornamental woods used in decorating
and for furniture; as veneers of mahogany, rosewood, ebony, walnut, maple, and madrona. CLASS 602.--Dye-woods, barks, and galls for colouring and tanning.
CLASS 603.-Gums, resins, caoutchouc, gutta percha, vegetable wax.
CLASS 604.-Lichens, mosses, fungi, pulu, ferns. CLASS 605.-Seeds, nuts, etc., for food and ornamental purposes.
CLASS 606.-Forestry. - Illustrations of the art of planting, managing, and protecting forests. Statistics.
CLASS 610.--Fruits of temperate and semi-tropical regions; as apples, pears, quinces, peaches, nectarines, apricots, plums, grapes, cherries, strawberries, and melons.
CLASS 611.-Tropical fruits and nuts, oranges, bananas, plantains, lemons, pine-apples, pomegranates, figs, cocoanuts.
CLASS 620.-Cereals, grasses, and forage plants. CLASS 621.-Leguminous plants and esculent vegetables.
CLASS 622.-Roots and tubers.
CLASS 623.-Tobacco, hops, tea, coffee, and spices.
CLASS 630.-Horses, asses, mules.
CLASS 631.-Horned cattle.
CLASS 633.-Goats, alpaca, llama, camel.
CLASS 635.-Poultry and birds.
CLASS 636.-Dogs and cats.
CLASS 637.-Wild animals.
CLASS 638.-Insects, useful and injurious. Hone bees, cochineal, silk worms.
MARINE ANIMALS, FISH CULTURE, ANI APPARATUS.
CLASS 640.-Marine mammals.-Seals, cetaceans, etc specimens living in aquaria, or stuffed, salte preserved in alcohol, or otherwise.
CLASS 641.-Fishes, living or preserved. CLASS 642.-Pickled fish, and parts of fish used fo food.
CLASS 643.-Crustaceans, echinoderms, beche de me CLASS 644.-Mollusks, oysters, clams, etc., used fo food.
CLASS 645.--Shells, corals, and pearls.
CLASS 646.--Whalebone, shagreen, fish-glue, isingla sounds, fish oil.
CLASS 647.-Instruments and apparatus of fishing Nets, baskets, hooks, and other apparatus used i catching fish.
CLASS 648.-Fish culture. Aquaria, hatching pool vessels for transporting roe and spawn, and othe apparatus used in fish breeding, culture, o preservation.
ANIMAL AND VEGETABLE PRODUCTS. (Used as food or as materials.)
CLASS 650.-Sponges, sea-weed, and other growth used for food or in the arts.
CLASS 651.--The dairy.-Milk, cream, butter, cheese
CLASS 655.-Animal perfumes; as musk, civet, ambergris.
CLASS 656.-Preserved meats, vegetables, and fruitDried, or in cans or jars. Meat and vegeta
CLASS 657.-Flour; crushed and ground cereals, decorticated grains.
CLASS 658.-Starch and similar products.
CLASS 659.-Sugar and syrups.
CLASS 660.-Wines, alcohol, and malt liquors.
TEXTILE SUBSTANCES OF VEGETABLE OR
CLASS 665.-Cotton on the stem, in the boll, ginned, and baled.
CLASS 666.-Hemp, flax, jute, ramie, etc., in primitive. forms and in all stages of preparation for spinning.
CLASS 667.--Wool in the fleece, carded and in bales.
MACHINES, IMPLEMENTS, AND PROCESSES OF MANUFACTURE.
CLASS 670.-Tillage. Manual implements, spades, hoes, rakes. Animal-power machinery, ploughs, cultivators, horse hoes, clodcrushers, rollers, harrows. Steam-power machinery, ploughs, breakers, harrows, cultivators.
CLASS 671.-Planting.-Manual implements, cornplanters and hand drills. Animal-power machinery, grain and manure drills, corn and cotton planters. Steam-power machinery, grain and manure drills.
CLASS 672.-Harvesting.-Manual implements; grain cradles, sickles, reaping hooks. Animal-power machinery, reapers and headers. Mowers, tedders, rakes, hay elevators, and hay loaders. Potato diggers.
CLASS 673.-Preparatory to marketing.-Thrashers, clover hullers, corn shellers, winnowers, hay, cotton, wine, oil and sugar making apparatus. CLASS 674.-Applicable to farm economy.-Portable and stationary engines, chaffers, hay and feed cutters, slicers, pulpers, corn mills, farm boilers and steamers, incubators. CLASS 675.-Dairy fittings and appliances.-Churns for hand and power, butter-workers, cans and pails, cheese-presses, vats, and apparatus. AGRICULTURAL ENGINEERING AND
CLASS 680.-Laying out and improving farms.-Clearing (stump extractors), construction of roads, draining, irrigating, models of fences, gates, drains, out-falls, dams, embankments, irrigating machinery, stack building and thatching. CLASS 681.-Commercial fertilizers-phosphatic, ammoniacal, calcareous, etc.
CLASS 682.-Transportation.-Wagons, carts, sleds, harness, yokes, traction engines, and apparatus for road making and excavating.
CLASS 683.-Farm buildings.-Models and drawings of farm houses and tenements, barns, stables, hop-houses, fruit-driers, ice-houses, wind-mills, granaries, barracks, apiaries, cocooneries, aviaries, abattoirs, and dairies.
TILLAGE AND GENERAL MANAGEMENT. CLASS 690.-Systems of planting and cultivation. CLASS 691.-Systems of draining and application of CLASS 692.-Systems of breeding and stock-feeding.
GRAPERIES, AND THEIR MANAGEMENT.
CLASS 710.-Hot-house and conservatory plants.
CLASS 715.-Horticultural buildings, propagating houses, hot-beds, etc., and modes of heating them. Structures for propagating and forcing small fruits. CLASS 716.-Portable or movable orchard houses and graperies, without artificial heat. Frames, beds.
GARDEN TOOLS, ACCESSORIES OF
CLASS 720.-Tools and implements. Machines for the transplanting of trees, shrubs, etc. Portable forcing pumps, for watering plants in greenhouses and methods of watering the garden and lawn.
CLASS 721.-Receptacles for plants. - Flower pot plant boxes, tubs, fern cases, jardinieres, et Window gardening. Plant and flower stand ornate designs, in iron, wood, and wire.
CLASS 722.-Ornamental wire-work, viz., fences, gate trellis bordering of flower beds, porches. Par seats, chairs, garden statuary, vases, fountain etc. Designations, labels, numbers. GARDEN DESIGNING, CONSTRUCTION,
CLASS 730.-Laying out gardens,-designs for th laying out of gardens, and the improvemer of private residences. Designs for commercia gardens, nurseries, graperies. Designs for the parterre.
CLASS 731.-Treatment of water for ornamental pur poses, cascades, fountains, reservoirs, lakes. CLASS 732.--Formation and after-treatment of lawns. CLASS 733.—Garden construction, buildings, etc Rockwork, grottoes. Rustic constructions an adornments for private gardens and publi grounds.
CLASS 734.-Planting, fertilizing, and cultivating.