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Paragraph, act of

1922.

SCHEDULE 7.-AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTS AND PROVISIONS-Continued.

Classification.

Rates of duty.

Act of 1922.

Act of 1909.

Act of 1913.

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Potato flour..
Potatoes:11

Dried, dehydrated, or desiccated.
White or Irish..

Tomatoes:

In their natural state.

Paste.

All other, prepared or preserved

in any manner.

Turnips..

Vegetables in their natural state,
n. s. p. f.

Bean stick, miso, bean cake, and
similar products, n. s. p. f.
Sauces of all kinds, n. s. p. f..
Soups, pastes, balls, puddings,
hash, and all similar forms, com-
posed of vegetables, or of vege-
tables and meat or fish, or both,
n. s. p. f.15

Soya beans, prepared or preserved in
any manner.
Vegetables, if cut, sliced, or other-
wise reduced in size, or if parched
or roasted, or if pickled, or packed
in salt, brine, oil, or prepared or
preserved in any other way and
n. s. p. f.

Acorns:

Crude..

Ground, or otherwise prepared.
Chicory roots:

14 cents per lb...
cent per lb.
2 cents per lb..
2 cents per lb..

80 cents per ton..
17 per cent.
cent per lb.
cent per
lb.

45 per cent.
45 per cent.
45 per cent.
per cent.

25

1 cent per lb.
1 cent per lb.

2 cents per lb...

11 cents per lb..
2 cents per lb.
1 cent per lb.
2 cents per lb.....

2 cents per lb..
50 cents per 100 lbs.

cent per lb.
40 per cent..
15 per cent.

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Ground, or otherwise prepared.... 3 cents per

lb...

2 cents per lb..
1 cents per lb..
3 cents per Ib...

Crude..

25 per cent.

Free.

2 cents per lb. 1 cent per lb. 2 cents per lb.

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• Emergency Tariff Act of 1921: Onions, 40 cents per bushel of 57 pounds.

10 Of 57 pounds.

11 Emergency Tariff Act of 1921: Potatoes, 25 cents per bushel of 60 pounds

18 Subject to a duty of 10 per cent when imported directly or indirectly from a country, dependency, or other subdivision of government which imposes a duty on such articles imported from the United States. 18 Provided, That in the assessment of duties on vegetables no segregation or allowance of any kind shall be made for foreign matter or impurities mixed therewith.

14 Cabbages, 2 cents each.

15 New classification made by act of 1922.

16 Vegetables, prepared or preserved, n. s. p. f.

SCHEDULE 7.—AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTS AND PROVISIONS-Continued.

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18 The weight and value of all coverings, other than plain wooden, shall be included in the dutiable weight and value.

19 The weight and value of the immediate coverings, other than the outer packing case or other covering, shall be included in the dutiable weight and value.

20 Powdered cocoa, unsweetened, 5 cents per pound. (Act of 1909.)

21 No allowance shall be made for dirt or other foreign matter. (Act of 1922.) No allowance shall be made for dirt or other impurities in seeds. (Act of 1913.)

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graph,

act of

1922.

SCHEDULE 7.-AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTS AND PROVISIONS-Continued.

Classification.

779 Spices and spice seeds-Continued.

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22 The importation of pepper shells, ground or unground, is prohibited. (Act of 1922.)

SCHEDULE 8.-SPIRITS, WINES, AND OTHER BEVERAGES.

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Nothing in this schedule shall be
construed as in any manner limit-
ing or restricting the provisions of
Title II or III of the National Pro-
hibition Act, as amended.1
The duties prescribed in Schedule 8
and imposed by Title I shall be in
addition to the internal-revenue
taxes imposed under existing law,
or any subsequent act.1
Angostura bitters..

Brandy and other spirits manufac-
tured or distilled from grain or
other materials.

$2.60 per proof gal

lon.

$5 per proof gallon.

$2.60 per proof gal-
lon (n. e.).
$2.60 per proof gal-

lon.

$2.60 per proof gal-
lon (n. ê.).
$2.60 per proof gal-
lon.a

$2.60 per proof gallon (minimum).

Compounds and preparations of $5 per proof gallon. $2.60 per proof gal

which distilled spirits are the com-
ponent material of chief value and

n. s. p. f.

lon (minimum).

Cordials, liqueurs, arrack, absinthe, $5 per proof gallon. $2.60 per proof gal- $2.60 per proof gal

kirschwasser, ratafia, and bitters

of all kinds (except Angostura bit

ters) containing spirits.

803 Champagne and all other sparkling $6 per gallon.

804

805

wines.

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806 Cherry juice, prune juice, or prune

wine, and all other fruit juices

and fruit sirups n. s. p. f.:

lon.

$2.40 per dozen..
$4.80 per dozen...

$9.60 per dozen....
$3 per gallon 3....

$1.25 per gallon....

lon.

$2.40 per dozen. $4.80 per dozen. $9.60 per dozen. $3 per gallon.3

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Containing less than per cent of 70 cents per gallon.

alcohol.

1 Act of 1922. No corresponding provisions in acts of 1909 and 1913.

2 Imported spirits are subject to this duty in addition to the internal-revenue tax.

3 In addition to $9.60 per dozen bottles on the quantity in excess of 1 quart.

4 No separate or additional duty on the bottles.

5 Provided, That any of the foregoing articles specified in this paragraph when imported containing more than 24 per cent of alcohol shall be classed as spirits and pay duty accordingly.

No separate or additional duty on the bottles or jugs.

Paragraph, act of

1922.

SCHEDULE 8.-SPIRITS, WINES, AND OTHER BEVERAGES-Continued.

Classification.

Rates of duty.

Act of 1922.

Act of 1909.

Act of 1913.

806 Cherry juice, etc.-Continued.

Containing per cent or more of 70 cents per gallon 7

alcohol.

Containing none or not more than
18 per cent of alcohol.

Containing more than 18 per cent
of alcohol.

Grape juice, grape sirup, and other similar products of the grape, by whatever name known, containing or capable of producing 9— Less than 1 per cent of alcohol. More than 1 per cent of alcohol.. 807 Ginger ale, ginger beer, lemonade, soda water, and similar beverages containing no alcohol.

In plain green or colored, molded
or pressed, glass bottles,11 con-
taining each-

Not more than

pint..

More than and not more than

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810

natural mineral waters, and arti-
ficial mineral waters n. s. p. f.
In bottles or jugs 14 containing-
Not more than pint..
More than and not more than
1 pint.

More than 1 pint and not more

than 1 quart.

More than 1 quart...

Otherwise than in bottles or jugs 14.
When any article provided for in this
schedule is imported in bottles or
jugs, duty shall be collected upon
the bottles or jugs at one-third the
rate provided on the bottles or
jugs if imported empty or sepa-
rately.15

Each and every gauge or wine gal-
lon of measurement shall be
counted as at least one proof gal-
lon; and the standard for deter-
mining the proof of brandy and
other spirits or liquors of any
kind when imported shall be the
same as that which is defined in
the laws relating to internal reve-
nue. The Secretary of the Treas-
ury, in his discretion, may author-
ize the ascertainment of the proof
of wines, cordials, or other liquors
and fruit juices 16 by distillation
or otherwise, in cases where it is
impracticable to ascertain such
proof by the means prescribed by
existing law or regulations. (Acts
of 1909, 1913, and 1922.)

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7 And in addition thereto $5 per proof gallon on the alcohol contained therein.

8 And in addition thereto $2.07 per proof gallon on the alcohol contained therein.

New classification made by act of 1922. Dutiable as fruit juices and fruit sirups n. s. p. f. in acts of 1909 and 1913.

10 And in addition thereto $5 per proof gallon on the alcohol contained therein or that can be produced therefrom.

No separate or additional duty on the bottles.

12 Bottles or other coverings dutiable as if imported empty.

18 Same rates as on ginger ale, etc.

14 Bottles or other containers dutiable at one-third the rates as if imported empty or separately.

15 No corresponding general provision in acts of 1909 and 1913.

16" And fruit juices" added by act of 1922.

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