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compounds coming from Porto Rico; for the organization of the Miscellaneous. militia in the District of Columbia; to amend an act entitled

"An Act to establish the Foundation for the Promotion of Industrial Peace; providing for the purchase of a site and the erection of a new immigration station thereon at the city of Boston, Mass.; relating to injured employes on the Isthmian Canal; relating to the use, control and ownership of lands in the Canal Zone, Isthmus of Panama; to create a joint committee to consider the revision and codification of the laws of the United States: to rearrange and reconstruct the Hall of the House of Representatives; to accept the gift of Constitution Island, in the Hudson River, New York; to provide for an enlarged homestead; to codify. revise and amend the penal laws of the United States; to amend section 86 of an act to provide a government for the Territory of Hawaii: to provide additional judges and for other judicial purposes; to provide for the appointment of one additional district judge for the Western District of Washington and one additional district judge for the District of Oregon; providing an additional district judge for the Southern District of New York; providing an additional district judge for the Western District of Pennsylvania; to amend the laws of the United States relating to the registration of trade-marks; to promote the administration of justice in the Navy; to declare and enforce the forfeiture provided by section four of the Act of Congress, approved March 3, 1875, entitled "An Act granting to railroads the right of way through the public lands of the United States; to amend Section one of the Passenger act of 1882 relating to the carriage of steerage passengers to and from toreign countries; amending and consolidating the acts respecting copyright.

THE SIXTY-FIRST CONGRESS. ACTS AND RESOLUTIONS OF THE FIRST SESSION, MARCH 15 TO AUGUST

5, 1909. The Senate on July 5 passed unanimously, and the House of Representatives on July 12, by 317 votes to 14, a joint resolution submitting to the legislatures

of the states a proposed new article to the Constitution, as folIncome Tax lows: Amendment.

"Article XVI.-The Congress shall have power to lay and col

lect taxes on incomes, from whatever source derived, without apportionment among the several states, and without regard to any census or enumeraItion."

An act, approved August 5, revised the tariff laws of the United States. It provided that on and after August 6, 1909, except as otherwise specially provided

for, there shall be levied upon all articles when imported from Tariff Revision any foreign country into the United States or into any of its of 1909.

possessions (except the Philippine Islands and the islands of

Guam and Tutuila) the rates of duty which are by the schedules and paragraphs of the dutiable list of this section prescribed, namely:

DUTIABLE LIST.

SCHEDULE A.

1. Acids: Acetic or pyroligneous acid, not exceeding the specific gravity of one and forty-seven one-thousandths, three-fourths of one cent per pound: exceed

ing the specific gravity of one and forty-seven one-thousandths, Chemicals, Oils, two cents per pound; acetic anhydrid, two and one-half cents and Paints.

per pound, boracic acid, three cents per pound; chromic acid,

two cents per pound; citric acid, seven cents per pound; lactic acid, containing not over forty per centum by weight of actual lactic acid, two cents per pound; containing over forty per centum by weight of actual lactic acid, three cents per pound; oxalic acid, two cents per pound; salicylic acid, five cents per pound; sulphuric acid or oil of vitriol not specially provided for in this section, onefourth of one cent per pound; tannic acid or tannin, thirty-five cents per pound; gallic acid, eight cents per pound; tartaric acid, five cents per pound; all other acids not specially provided for in this section, twenty-five per centum ad valorem.

2. Alcoholic compounds, including all articles consisting of vegetable, animal or mineral objects immersed or placed in, or saturated with alcohol, not specially provided for in this section, sixty cents per pound and twenty-five per centum ad valorem.

3. Alkalies, alkaloids, distilled oils, essential oils, expressed oils, rendered oils, and all combinations of the foregoing, and all chemical compounds, mixtures and salts, and all greases not specially provided for in this section, twenty-five per centum ad valorem; chemical compounds, mixtures and salts containing alcohol or in the preparation of which alcohol is used, and not specially provided for in this section. fifty-five cents per pound, but in no case shall any of the foregoing pay less than twenty-five per centum ad valorem.

4. Alumina, hydrate of, or refined bauxite, containing not more than sixty-fo per centum of alumina, four-tenths of one cent per pound; containing more th sixty-four per centum of alumina, six-tenths of one cent per pound. Alum, alu cake, patent alum, sulphate of alumina, and aluminous cake, containing not mo than fifteen per centum of alumina and more than three-fifths of one per centu of iron oxide, one-fourth of one cent per pound; alum, alum cake, patent alum, su phate of alumina, and aluminous cake, containing more than fifteen per centum alumina, or not more than three-tenths of one per centum of iron oxide, thre eighths of one cent per pound

5. Ammonia, carbonate of one and one-half cents per pound; muriate of, sal ammoniac, three-fourths of one cent per pound; liquid anhydrous, five ces per pound.

6. Argols or crude tartar or wine lees crude, five per centum ad valoren tartars and lees crystals, or partly refined argols, containing not more than nine

per centum of bitartrate of potash, and tartrate of soda or potassa, Argols. Rochelle salts, three cents per pound; containing more than ninety pl

centum of bitartrate of potash, four cents per pound; cream of tart and patent tartar, five cents per pound.

7. Blacking of all kinds, twenty-five per centum ad valorem; all creams ar preparations for cleaning or polishing boots and shoes, twenty-five per centu ad valorem.

8. Bleaching powder, or chloride of lime, one-fifth of one cent per pound. 9. Blue vitriol or sulphate of copper, one-fourth of one cent per pound.

10. Charcoal in any form, not specially provided for in this act, bone cha, suitable for use in decolorizing sugars, and blood char, twenty per centum a valorem,

11. Borax, two cents per pound; borates of lime, soda, or other borate att rial not otherwise provided for in this section, two cenis per pound.

12. Camphor, refined, and synthetic camphor, six cents per pound.

13. Chalk, when ground, bolted, precipitated naturally or artificially, otherwise prepared, whether in the form of cubes, blocks, sticks or disks, otherwise, including tailors', billiard, red or French chalk, one cent per pound manufactures of chalk not specially provided for in this section, twenty-five pe centum ad valorem.

14. Chloroform, ten cents per pound.

15. Coal-tar dyes or colors, not specially provided for in this section, thirt per centum ad valorem; all other products or preparations of coal tar, not color or dyes and not medicinal, not specially provided for in this section, twenty pe centum ad valorem.

16. Cobalt, oxide of, twenty-five cents per pound.

17. Collodion and all compounds of pyroxylin or of other cellulose ester whether known as celluloid or by any other name, forty cents per pourd; if I blocks, sheets, rods, tubes, or other forms, not polished, wholly or partly, an not made up into finished or partly finished articles, forty-five cents per pound if polished, wholly or partly, or if in finished or partly finished articles, excej moving picture films, on which collodion or any compound of pyroxylin ori other cellulose esters, by whatever name known, is the component material chief value, sixty-five cents per pound and thirty per centum ad valorem.

18. Coloring for brandy, wine, beer, or other liquors, fifty per centum & valorem.

19. Copperas or sulphate of iron, fifteen hundredths of one cent per poun

20. Drugs, such as barks, beans, berries, balsams, buds, bulbs, bulbous root excrescences, fruits, flowers, dried fibers, dried insects, grains, gums and gu

resin, herbs, leaves, lichens, mosses, nuts, nutgalls, roots, stem Non-Alcoholic spices, vegetables, seeds (aromatic, not garden seeds), seeds i Drugs.

morbid growth, weeds, and woods used expressly for dyeing i

tanning; any of the foregoing which are natural and uncor pounded drugs and not edible, and not specially provided for in this section, 31 which are advanced in value or condition by any process or treatment whatevi beyond that essential to the proper packing of the drugs and the prevention decay or deterioration pending manufacture, one-fourth of one cent per poun and in addition thereto ten per centum ad valorem: Provided, That no artic containing alcohol, or in the preparation of which alcohol is used, shall be classifii for duty under this paragraph.

21. Ethers: Sulphuric, eight cents per pound; spirits of nitrous ether, twen cents per pound; fruit ethers, oils or essences, one dollar per pound; ethers of a kinds not specially provided for in this section, fifty cents per pound; ethyl chl ride, thirty per centum ad valorem: Provided, That no article of this paragrar shall pay a less rate of duty than twenty-ive per centum ad valorem.

22. Extracts and decoctions of logwood and other dyewoods, and extracts bark, such as are commonly used for dyeing or tanning, not specially provided f in this section, seven-eighths of one cent per pound; extract of nutgalls, aqueou one-fourth of one cent per pound and ten per centum ad valorem; extract of Persi: berries, twenty per centum ad valorem; chlorophyll, twenty per centum ad valorer extracts of quebracho, not exceeding in density twenty-eight degrees Baume, one-ha of one cent per pound; exceeding in density twenty-eight degrees Baume, three-fourti of one cent per pound; extracts of hemlock bark, one-half of one cent per poun extracts of sumac, and of woods other than dyewoods, not specially provided for this section, five-eighths of one cent per pound; all extracts of vegetable origin sui sle for dyeing, coloring, staining or tanning. not containing alcohol and not medical, and not specially provided for in this section, fifteen per centum ad valorem.

23. Gelatin, glue, isinglass or fish glue, including agar-agar or Japanese isinass, and all fish bladders and fish sounds other than crude or dried or salted for

preservation only valued at not above ten cents per pound, elatins and Glues, two and one-half cents per pound; valued at above ten cents

per pound and not above thirty-five cents per pound, twentyle per centum ad valorem; valued above thirty-five cents per pound, fifteen cents r pound and twenty per centum ad valorem; gelatin in sheets, emulsions, and all anufactures of gelatin, or of which gelatin is the component material of chief value, it specially provided for in this section, thirty-five per centum ad valorem; glue ze, twenty-five per centum ad valorem,

24. Glycerin, crude, not purified, one cent per pound; refined, three cents per und.

25. Indigo extracts or pastes, three-fourths of one cent per pound; indigo, carIned, ten cents per pound.

Ink and ink powders, twenty-five per centum ad valorem. 27. Iodine, resublimed, twenty cents per pound.

Iodoform, seventy-five cents per pound. 29. Licorice, extracts of, in paste rolls or other forms, two and one-half cents 5 pound.

30. Chicle, ten cents per pound.

31. Magnesia and carbonate of medicinal, three cents per pound; calcined, edicinal, seven cents per pound; sulphate of, or Epsom salts, one-fifth of one cent I pound.

32. Alizarin assistant, sulpho-ricinoleic acid, and ricinoleic acid, and soaps conining castor oil, any of the foregoing in whatever form, in the manufacture of hich fifty per centum or more of castor oil is used, thirty cents per gallon; in the anufacture of which less than fifty per centum of castor oil is used, fifteen cents r gallon; all other alizarin assistants and all soluble greases used in processes of ftening, dyeing or finishing, not specially provided for in this section, thirty per ntum ad valorem.

33. Castor oil, thirty-five cents per gallon. 34. Cod-liver oil, fifteen cents per gallon. 35. Flaxseed, linseed, and poppy-seed oil, raw, boiled, or oxidized, Afteen cents gallon of seven and one-half pounds weight. 36. Fusel oil, or amylic alcohol, one-fourth of one cent per pound. 37. Hemp-seed oil, ten cents per gallon; rape-seed oil, ten cents per gallon. 38. Olive oil, not specially provided for in this section, forty cents per gallon; bottles, jars, kegs, tins, or other packages, containing less than five gallons each, ty cents per gallon.

39. Peppermint oil, twenty-five cents per pound.

40. Seal, herring, whale, and other fish oli, including sod oil, not specially proded in this section, eight cents per gallon.

41. Opium, crude or unmanufactured, and not adulterated, containing nine per ntum and over of morphia, one dollar and fifty cents per pound; opium of the

same composition, dried, powdered, or otherwise advanced beyond the piums. condition of crude or unmanufactured, two dollars per pound; morphia

or morphine, sulphate of, and all alkaloids of opium, and salts and ters thereof, one dollar and fifty cents per ounce; cocaine, ecgonine and all salts and rivatives of the same, one dollar and fifty cents per ounce, and coca leaves five cents r pound; aqueous extract of opium, for medicinal uses, and tincture of, as laudanum, id other liquid perparations of opium, not specially provided for in this section, forty or centum ad valorem; opium containing less than nine per centum of morphia, six Mars per pound; but preparations of opium deposited in bonded warehouses shall not

removed therefrom without payment of duties, and such duties shall not be refunded: ovided. That nothing herein contained shall be so construed as to repeal or in any anner impair or affect the provisions of an act entitled "An act to prohibit the imrtation and use of opium for other than medicinal purposes," approved February Eth. nineteen hundred and nine.

42. Baryta, sulphate of, or barytes, including barytes earth, unmanufactured, one Mar and fifty cents per ton; manufactured, five dollars and twenty-five cents per ton.

43. Blues, such as Berlin, Prussian, Chinese, and all others, containing ferrocyanide iron. in pulp, dry or ground in or mixed with oil or water, eight cents per pound.

44. Blanc-fixe, or artificial sulphate of barytes, and satin white, or artificial 9111late of lime, one-half of one cent per pound.

45. Eack. made from bone, ivory, or vegetable substance, by whatever name lown, including boneblack and lampblack, dry or ground in oil or water, twenty-five r centum ad valorem.

48. Chrome yellow, chrome green, and all other chromium colors in the manufacte of which lead and bichromate of potash or soda are used, in pulp, dry, or ground in mixed with oil or water, four and three-eighths cents per pound.

47. Ochre and ochery earths, sienna and sienna earths, and umber and umber irths, not specially provided for in this section, when crude or not powdered, washed

pulverized, one-eighth of one cent per pound; if powdered, washed or pulverized, ree-eighths of one cent per pound; if ground in oil or water, one cent per pound.

48. Orange mineral, three and one-fourth cents per pound. 49. Red lead, two and five-eighths cents per pound.

50. Ultramarine blue, whether dry, in pulp, or mixed with water, and wash bly containing ultramarine, three cents per pound

51. Varnishes, including 80-called gold size or japan, twenty-five per centur ad valorem; enamel paints made with varnish, thirty-five per centum ad v

lorem; spirit varnish containing five per centum or more of meth Varnishes. alcohol, thirty-five cents per gallon and thirty-five per centum &

valorem; spirit varnish containing less than five per centum of methy alcohol, one dollar and thirty-two cents per gallon and thirty-five per centum a valorem.

52. Vermilion reds, containing quicksilver, dry or ground in oil or water, ten cen per pound; when not containing quicksilver but made of lead or containing lead, for and seven-eighths cents per pound.

53. White lead, and white pigment, containing lead, dry or in pulp, or ground mixed with oil, two and one-half cents per pound.

64. Whiting and Paris white, dry, one-fourth of one cent per pound; ground in of or putty, one-half of one cent per pound.

55. Zinc, oxide of, and white pigment containing zinc, but not containing lead, dr one cent per pound; ground in oil, one and three-fourths cents per pound; sulfid of zii white, or white sulphide of zinc, one and one-fourth cents per pound; chloride of zii and sulphate of zinc, one cent per pound.

56. All paints, colors, pigments, stains, lakes, crayons, including charcoal crayo or fusains, smalts and frostings, whether crude or dry or mixed, or ground wi water or oil or with solutions other than oil, not otherwise specially provided for this section, thirty per centum ad valorem; all glazes, fiuxes, enamels, and colors us only in the manufacture of ceramic, enamelled and glass articles, thirty per centum valorem; all paints, colors and pigments, commonly known as artists' paints or colo whether in tubes, pans, cakes or other forms, thirty per centum ad valorem.

57. Paris green and London purple, fifteen per centum ad valorem.

58. Lead: Acetate of, white, three cents per pound; brown, gray or yellow, ti cents per pound; nitrate of, two and one-fourth cents per pound; litharge, two al one-half cents per pound.

59. Phosphorus, eighteen cents per pound. 60. Bichromate and chromate of potash, two and one-fourth cents per pound.

61. Caustic potash or hydrate of, refined, in sticks or rolls, one cent" per pour chlorate of two cents per pound.

62. Hydriodate, iodide, and iodate of potash, twenty-five cents per pound. 63. Nitrate of potash, or salt petre, refined, one-half of one cent per pound

64. Prussiate of potash, red, eight cents per pound; yellow, four cents per poun cyanide of potassium, twelve and one-half per centum ad valorem,

65. Medicinal preparations containing alcohol or in the preparation of whi alcohol is used, not specially provided for in this section, fifty-five cents per pound, in no case shall the same pay less than twenty-five per centum ad valorem; calon corrosive sublimate and other mercurial medicinal preparations, thirty-five per centu a: valorem; all other medicinal preparations not specially provided for in this sectio twenty-five per centum ad valorem: Provided, That chemicals, drugs, medicinal a similar substances, whether dutiable or free, imported in capsules, pills, table lozenges, troches or similar forms, and intended for medicinal purposes, shall be dutia! at not less than the rate imposed by this section on medicinal preparations.

66. Plasters, healing or curative, of all kinds, and court plaster, twenty-five certuin ad valorem.

67. perfumery, including cologne and other toilet waters, articles of p fumery, whether in sachets or otherwise, and all preparations used as applicatid

to the hair, mouth, teeth, or skin, such as cosmetics, dentifrices, Perfumery. cluding tooth soaps, pastes, including theatrical grease paints a

pastes, pomades, powders, and other toilet articles, all the foregoit if containing alcohol, or in the manufacture or preparation of which alcohol is us sixty cents per pound and fifty per centum ad valorem; if not containing alcohol, or the manufacture or preparation of which alcohol is not used, sixty per centum valorem; floral or flower waters containing no alcohol, not specially provided for this section, twenty per centum ad valorem.

68. Santonin, and all salts thereof containing eighty per centum or over of santor fifty cents per pound.

69. Castile soap, one and one-fourth cents per pound; medicinal or medica soaps, twenty cents per pound; fancy or perfumed toilet soaps, fifty per centum valorem; all other soaps not specially provided for in this section, twenty per cent ad valorem.

70. Bicarbonate of soda, or supercarbonate of soda, or saleratus, and other alka! containing fifty per centum or more of bicacbunate of soda, five-eighths of one o per pound

11. Bichromate and chromate of soda, one and three-fourths cents per pound.

72. Crystal carbonate of soda, or concentrated soda crystals, or monohydra or sesquicarbonate of soda, one-fourth of one cent per pound; chlorate of so one and one-half cents per pound.

73. Hydrate of, or caustic soda, one-half of one cent per pound: nitrite soda, and yellow prussiate of soda, two cents per pound; sulphide of soda c taining not more than thirty-five per centum of sulphite of soda, and hyposulph of soda, three-eighths of one cent per pound; sulphide of soda, concentrated, containing more than thirty-five per centum of sulphide of soda, three-four of one cent per pound.

74. Sal soda, or soda crystals, not concentrated, one-sixth of one cent per nd. 75. Soda ash, one-fourth of one cent per pound; arseniate of soda, one cent pound. 76. Silicate of soda, or other alkaline silicate, three-eights of one cent per pound. 77. Sulphate of soda, or salt cake, or nitre cake, one dollar per ton. 78. Moss and sea grass, eel grass and seaweeds, if manufactured or dyed, ten centum ad valorem. 79. Sponges, twenty per centum ad valorem; manufactures of sponges, or of ch sponge is the component material of chief value, not specially provided in this section, thirty per centum ad valorem. 80. Strychnia, or strychnine, and all salts thereof, fifteen cents per ounco. 81. Sulphur, refined or sublimed, or flowers of, four collars per ton. 82. Sumac, ground, three-tenths of one cent per pound. Vanillin, twenty cents per ounce.

SCHEDULE B. 84. Firebrick. weighing not more than ten pounds each, not glazed, enameled, i imented, or decorated in any manner, one dollar and twenty-five cents per

ton; glazed, enameled, ornamented, or decorated, thirty-five ths, Earthenware per centum ad valorem; weighing more than ten pounds Glassware.

each and not specially provided for in this section, not

glazed, enameled, ornamented, or decorated in any manner, ty per centum ad valorem; glazed, enameled, ornamented, or decorated, ty-five per centum ad valorem; magnesite brick, chrome brick, and brick other a fire-brick, not glazed, enameled, painted, vitrified, ornamented, or decorated iny manner, twenty-five per centum ad valorem; if glazed, enameled, painted, ified, ornamented, or decorated in any manner, thirty-five per centum ad Drem. 85. Tiles, plain unglazed, one color, exceeding two square inches in size, I cents per square foot; glazed, encaustic, ceramic mosaic, vitrified, semiified, flint, spar, embossed, enameled, ornamented, hand painted, gold decod, and all other earthenware tiles and tiling, by whatever name known, ept pill tiles and so-called quarries or quarry tiles, valued at not exceeding y cents per square foot, eight cents per square foot; exceeding forty cents per are foot, ten cents per square foot and twenty-five per centum ad valorem; alled quarries or quarry tiles, forty-fivo per centum ad valorem; mantels, zes, and articles of every description, composed wholly or in chief value of

or tiling, sixty per centum ad valorem. 86. Roman, Portland, and other hydraulic cement, in barrels, sacks, or other rages, eight cents per one hundred pounds, including weight of barrel or package; vulk, seven cents per one hundred pounds; other cement, not otherwise specially ided for in this section, twenty per centum ad valorem. 87. Lime, five cents per one hundred pounds, including weight of barrel or rage. 88. Plaster rock or gypsum, crude, thirty cents per ton: if ground or calcined, dollar and seventy-five cents per ton; pearl hardening for paper makers' use, aty per centum ad valorem; Keene's cement, or other cement of which gypsum is component material of chief value, if valued at ten dollars per ton or less, three Irs and fifty cents per ton; if valued above ten dollars, and not above fifteen irs per ton, five dollars per ton; if valued above fifteen dollars and not above thirty ars per ton, ten dollars per ton; if valued above thirty dollars per ton, fourteen ars per ton. 89. Pumice stone, wholly or partially manufactured, three-eighths of one cent pound; unmanufactured, valued at fifteen dollars or less per ton, thirty per um ad valorem; valued at more than fifteen dollars per ton, one-fourth of one

per pound; manufactures of pumice stone, or of which pumice stone is the ponent material of chief value, not specially provided for in this section, thirtyper centum ad valorem, 90. Clays or earths, unwrought or unmanufactured, not specially provided for his section, one dollar per ton; wrought or manufactured, not specially provided in this section, two dollars per ton; china clay or kaolin, two dollars and fifty s per ton; limestone rock asphalt, fifty cents per ton; asphaltum and bitumen, specially provided for in this section, crude, if not dried, or otherwise advanced iny manner, one dollar and fifty cents per ton; if dried or otherwise advanced in manner, three dollars per ton; bauxite, or beauxite, crude, not refined or otherI advanced in condition from its natural state, one dollar per ton; fuller's earth, Tought and unmanufactured, one dollar and fifty cents per ton; wrought or manuured, three dollars per ton; fiuor spar, three dollars per ton. 91. Mica, unmanufactured, or rough trimmed only, five cents per pound and nty per centum ad valorem; mica, cut, or trimmed, mica plates or built-up mica, all manufactures of mica, or of which mica is the component part of chief value, cents per pound and twenty per centum ad valorem. 92. Common yellow, brown, or gray earthenware, plain, embossed, or salt glazed mon stoneware, and earthenware or stoneware crucibles, all the foregoing not rated in any manner, twenty-five per centum ad valorem; yellow earthenware,

or embossed. coated with white or transparent vitreous glaze but not othere ornamented or decorated, and Rockingham earthenware, forty per centum ad

prem.

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