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1105(a) Wastes and by-products: 11

Noils-
Not carbonized.
23 cents per lb. 19 cents per lb.

Free.
Carbonized

30 cents per lb.. 24 cents per lb. Free.
Top, slubbing, roving, ring- 37 cents per lb. 31 cents per lb.

Free.
Thread or yarn waste
25 cents per lb.- 16 cents per lb-

Free.
Garnetted waste.
26 cents per lb. 24 cents per lb..

Free.
Card or burr waste-
Not carbonized

16 cents per lb. 16 cents per lb. Free.
Carbonized.
23 cents per lb. 16 cents per lb.

Free.
Flocks.
8 cents per lb. 772 cents per lb.

Free.
Wastes, n. s. p. f.

24 cents per lb. 16 cents per lb.. Free.
Wool rags-
18 cents per lb. 792 cents per lb.-

Free.
Shoddy, and wool extract.
24 cents per lb. 16 cents per lb.

Free.
Mungo.

10 cents per lb. 772 cents per lb.-- Free. 1105(b) Wastes of the hair of the Angora

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goat, Cashmere goat, alpaca, and
other like animals, shall be duti-
able at the rates provided for sim-

ilar types of wool wastes.
1106 Wool, and hair of the kinds pro- 37 cents per lb.

vided for in this schedule, if car- and 20 per cent.
bonized, or advanced in any man-
ner or by any process of manufac-
ture beyond the washed or
scoured condition, including
tops, but not further advanced
than roving-

Carbonized wool..
Combed wool or tops, made

(31 cents per lb.12

Free. wholly or in part of wool or

33 cents per lb. 8 per cent. camel's hair.

and 20 per cent. Tops made from the hair of the

33 cents per lb. 20 per cent. Angora goat, alpaca, and

and 20 per cent. other like animals. 1107 Yarn:

Made wholly or in chief value of

wool
Valued at-
Not more than $1 per pound 40 cents per lb. and

35 per cent.
More than $1 but not more 40 cents per lb. and
than $1.50 per pound.

45 per cent.
More than $1.50 per pound..- 40 cents per lb. and

50 per cent.
Not more than 30 cents per

24 cents per lb. and 18 per cent. pound.

30 per cent. More than 30 cents but not

36 cents per lb. and 18 per cent. more than $1 per pound.

35 per cent. More than $1 per pound..

36 cents per lb. and 18 per cent.

40 per cent. Made of the hair of the Angora (13).

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25 per cent. goat, alpaca, and other like an

imals. 1108

Woven fabrics, weighing not more

than 4 ounces per square yard:
Wholly or in chief value of wool-
Valued at-
Not more than $1.25 per 50 cents per lb. and
pound.

50 per cent.
More than $1.25 but not more 50 cents per lb. and
than $2 per pound.

55 per cent.
More than $2 per pound...--- 50 cents per lb. and

60 per cent. Not more than 80 cents per

37 cents per lb. and pound.

50 per cent. More than 80 cents per pound.

45 cents per lb. 14

and 50 per cent, 7 Par. 1103. If any bale or package containing wools, hairs, wool wastes, or wool waste materials, sublect to different rates of duty, be entered at any rate or rates lower than applicable, the highest rate applicable to any part shall apply to the entire contents of such bale or package.

8 No corresponding provision.

11 Not subject to par. 19, emergency tariff act of 1921 (see * p. 117 supra); but some wool wastes held dutiable under par. 18 of that act.

12 Under act of 1922, carbonized wool was dutiable, without specific mention, as wool, n. s. p. f., scoured. 13 Same as rates on yarn made of wool. 14 Upon the wool content thereof.

Schedule 11.-Wool and Manufactures ofContinued

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1108 Woven fabrics, weighing not more

than 4 ounces per square yard

Continued.
Flannels, wholly or in chief value

of wool
Valued at-
Not more than 50 cents per

25 per cent.
pound.
More than 50 cents per pound.

30 per cent. Women's and children's dress

35 per cent.
goods, coat linings, Italian
cloths, bunting, and goods of
like character, wholly or in chief

value of wool, n. s. p. f.
With warp of cotton or other

36 cents per lb. and
vegetable fiber.

50 per cent.
Valued at -
Not more than $1 per pound. 40 cents per lb. and

50 per cent.
More than $1 but not more 40 cents per lb. and
than $1.50 per pound.

55 per cent. More than $1.50 per pound -- 40 cents per lb. and

60 per cent. Wholly or in chief value of the (15)

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40 per cent. hair of the Angora goat, alpaca,

and other like animals, n. s. p. f. 1109(a) Woven fabrics, weighing more than

4 ounces per square yard:
Wholly or in chief value of wool-
Valued at-
Not more than $1.25 per 50 cents per lb.
pound.

and 50 per cent.
More than $1.25 but not more 50 cents per lb.
than $2 per pound.

and 55 per cent. More than $2 per pound. 50 cents per lb.

and 60 per cent. Not more than 60 cents per

24 cents per lb. 35 per cento. pound.

and 40 per cent. More than 60 but not more

37 cents per lb. 35 per cent. than 80 cents per pound.

and 50 per cent. More than 80 cents per

45 cents per lb.16 35 per cent. pound.

and 50 per cent.
Flannels, wholly or in chief value

of wool-
Valued at-
Not more than 50 cents

25 per cent.
per pound.
More than 50 cents per pound

30 per cent. Wholly or in chief value of the (15)

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40 per cent. hair of the Angora goat, alpaca,

and other like animals, n. s.p.f. 1109(b) Felts, belts, blankets, jackets, or

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other articles of machine cloth-
ing, for paper-making, printing,
or other machines, when woven,
wholly or in chief value of wool,
as units or in the piece, finished
or unfinished, shall be dutiable
at the rates provided in subpara-

graph (a).
1110 Pile fabrics, whether or not the pile

covers the entire surface, wholly
or in chief value of wool, and all
articles, finished or unfinished,
made or cut from such pile

fabrics:
Pile wholly cut or wholly uncut.. 44 cents per lb.

and 50 per cent. 40 cents per lb. 540 per cent.17 Pile partly cut.

44 cents per lb. and 50 per cent. 145 per cent.18

and 55 per cent. 8 No corresponding provision. 15 Same as rates on woven fabrics wholly or in chief value of wool. 16 Upon the wool content thereof. 17 Wholly or in chief value of wool. 18 Wholly or partly of the hair of the Angora goat, alpaca, or other like animals,

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1111 Blankets, similar articles (in

cluding carriage and auto-
mobile robes and steamer rugs),
made of blanketing, as units or
in the piece, finished or unfin.
ished, wholly or in chief value
of wool, not exceeding 3 yards
in length: 19
Valued at
Not more than $1 per pound... 30 cents per lb.

25 per cent.
and 36 per cent.
More than $1 but not more than 33 cents per lb.

25 per cent.
$1.50 per pound.

and 3742 per

cent.
More than $1.50 per pound.... 40 cents per lb.

25 per cent.
and 40 per cent.
Not more than 50 cents per

18 cents per lb.
pound.

and 30 per cent. More than 50 cents but not

27 cents per lb. more than $1 per pound.

and 3212 per

cent. More than $1 but not more than

30 cents per lb. $1.50 per pound.

and 35 per cent. More than $1.50 per pound..

37 cents per lb.

and 40 per cent. Any of the above, wholly or in chief (20).

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40 per cent.
value of the hair of the Angora
goat, alpaca, and other like ani-

mals.
1112 Felts, not woven, wholly or in chief

value of wool:
Valued at-
Not more than $1.50 per pound.- 30 cents per lb.

35 per cent.21
and 35 per cent.
More than $1.50 per pound... 40 cents per lb.

35 per cent.21 and 40 per cent. Not more than 50 cents per

18 cents per lb. pound.

and 30 per cent. More than 50 cents but not

27 cents per lb. more than $1.50 per pound.

and 35 per cent. More than $1.50 per pound.-

37 cents per lb.

and 40 per cent.
1113 Fabrics, with fast edges, not ex- 50 cents per lb. 45 cents per lb.16 35 per cent.

ceeding 12 inches in width, and and 50 per cent. and 50 per cent.
articles made therefrom; tubings,
garters, suspenders, braces, cords,
and cords and tassels; all the fore-
going, wholly or in chief value of

wool.
1114(a) Knit fabric, in the piece, wholly or

35 per cent.
in chief value of wool:
Valued at-
Not more than $1 per pound... 33 cents per lb. 30 cents per lb.

and 40 per cent. and 40 per cent.
More than $1 per pound... 50 cents per lb. 45 cents per lb.

and 50 per cent. and 50 per cent. 1114(b) Hose and half-hose, finished or un

finished, wholly or in chief

value of wool:
Valued at-
Not more than $1.75 per dozen 40 cents per lb. 36 cents per lb.
pairs.

and 35 per cent. and 35 per cent.
More than $1.75 per dozen pairs. 50 cents per lb. 45 cents per lb.

and 50 per cent. and 50 per cent.
Selvedged, fashioned, narrowed,

or shaped wholly or in part
by knitting machines or
frames, or knit hy hand, in-
cluding such as are com-
mercially known as seamless,

and clocked-
Valued at-
Not more than $1.20 per

30 per cent.
dozen pairs.
More than $1.20 per dozen

40 per cent.
pairs.
Made on knitting machines or

20 per cent. frames, n. s. p. f. 19 Provided, That on all the foregoing, exceeding 3 yards in length, the same duty shall be paid as on woven fabrics of wool weighing more than 4 ounces per square yard.

20 Same as above rates on articles wholly or in chief value of wool. 21 Wholly or in chief value of the hair of the Angora goat, alpaca, and other like animals, 40 per cent.

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1114(b) Gloves and mittens, finished or

unfinished, wholly or in chief

value of wool:
Valued at-
Not more than $1.75 per dozen 40 cents per Ib. 36 cents per lb.
pairs.

and 35 per cent. and 35 per cent.
More than $1.75 per dozen pairs. 50 cents per lb. 45 cents per lb.

and 50 per cent. and 50 per cent.
Not more than $1.20 per dozen

30 per cent
pairs.
More than $1.20 per dozen pairs.

40 per cent. 1114(c)| Knit underwear, finished or un.

35 per cent.a finished, wholly or in chief value

of wool:
Valued at-
Not more than $1.75 per pound. 40 cents per lb. 36 cents per lb.

and 30 per cent. and 30 per cent.
More than $1.75 per pound...-- 50 cents per lb. 45 cents per lb.

and 50 per cent. and 50 per cent. 1114(a) Outerwear and articles of all kinds,

35 per cent.
knit or crocheted, finished or
unfinished, wholly or in chief

value of wool, n. s. p. f.:
Valued at
Not more than $1 per pound..-||44 cents per lb

(36 cents per lb.
More than $1 per pound but

and 40 per cent.

and 45 per cent. not more than $2 per pound.

40 cents per lb.

and 45 per cent. More than $2 per pound....... 50 cents per lb. | 45 cents per lb.

and 50 per cent. and 50 per cent. 1115(a) Clothing and articles of wearing ap

parel of every description, not
knit or crocheted, manufac-
tured wholly or in part, wholly

or in chief value of wool:
Valued at-
Not more than $4 per pound... 33 cents per lb.

35 per cent.22
and 45 per cent.
More than $4 per pound... 50 cents per lb.

35 per cent."
and 50 per cent.
Not more than $2 per pound...

24 cents per lb.

and 40 per cent. More than $2 but not more than

30 cents per lb. $4 per pound.

and 45 per cent. More than $4 per pound...

45 cents per lb.

and 50 per cent. 1115(b) Bodies, hoods, forms, and shapes, 40 cents per lb. (23).

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for hats, bonnets, caps, berets, and 75 per cent.
and similar articles, manufac-
tured wholly or in part of wool

felt:
All of the foregoing, if pulled, 40 cents per lb. (23).

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stamped, blocked, or trimmed and 75 per cent
(including finished hats, bon- plus 25 cents
nets, caps, berets, and similar each.

articles).
1116(a) Oriental, Axminster, Savonnerie, 50 cents per square

55 per cent..

50 per cent.
Aubusson, and other carpets, foot but not less
rugs, and mats, 24 not made on than 45 per cent.
a power-driven loom, plain or
figured, whether woven
separate carpets, rugs, or mats,

or in rolls of any width. 22 Clothing, ready-made, and articles of wearing apparel of every description, including shawls whether knitted or woven, and knitted articles of every description made up or manufactured wholly or in part, n. s. p. f., composed wholly or in chief value of wool. 23 Dutiable at the rates provided for wearing apparel, not knit or crocheted. 34 “Mats" added by act of 1930.

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1116(b) Carpets, rugs, and mats, of oriental 60 per cent. 55 per cent.

50 per cent.25
weave or weaves, made on a
power-driven loom; chenille
Axminster carpets, rugs, and
mats; all the foregoing, plain
or figured, whether woven as
separate carpets, rugs, or mats,

or in rolls of any width.24 1117(a) Carpets, rugs, and mats: 24

Axminster, n. s. p. f.-
Valued at-
Not more than 40 cents per 40 per cent.
sq. ft.

40 per cent. 35 per cent.
More than 40 cents per sq. ft.- 60 per cent.
Wilton-
Valued at-
Not more than 40 cents per 40 per cent.
sq. ft.

40 per cent.... 30 per cent.
More than 40 cents per sq. ft. 60 per cent.
Brussels-
Valued at-
Not more than 40 cents per 40 per cent.
sq. ft.

40 per cent.. 25 per cent.
More than 40 cents per sq. ft. 60 per cent.
Velvet or tapestry-
Valued at
Not more than 40 cents per 40 per cent.

per cent. 30 per cent.
More than 40 cents per sq. ft. 60 per cent.
Of like character or description as

above-
Valued at-
Not more than 40 cents per 40 per cent.

40 per cent.. (26).
More than 40 cents per sq. ft. 60 per cent.
1117(b) Ingrain carpets, mats,24 and rugs or 25 per cent.

25 per cent.

20 per cent.
art squares, of whatever material
composed, and carpets, rugs, and
mats, of like character or descrip-

tion, n. s. p. f.
1117(c) All other floor coverings, including

mats and druggets, n. s. p. f.,
wholly or in chief value of wool:
Valued at-
Not more than 40 cents per 30 per cent.

30 per cent.. 20 per cent.
More than 40 cents per sq. ft. 60 per cent.
1117(a) Parts of any of the foregoing shall be

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(27). dutiable at the rate provided for

the completed article.
1118 Screens, hassocks, and all other 30 per cent. 30 per cent.

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articles, composed wholly or in
part of carpets, rugs, or mats, 24

and n. s. p. f.
1119 Tapestries and upholstery, goods
(not including pile fabrics), in

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S45 cents per lb.30 h 35 per cent.17 the piece or otherwise, wholly or

and 50 per cent 31-40 per cent.18 in chief value of wool. 1120 All manufactures, wholly or in chief value of wool, n. s. p. f. per cent...

$35 per cent.17 50 per cent.----

1/40 per cent.18 17 Wholly or in chief value of wool. 18 Wholly or partly of the hair of the Angora goat, alpaca, or other like animals. 24 “Mats" added by act of 1930. 3 Chenille carpets dutiable at 35 per cent ad valorem. 36 Same as above rates on similar carpets and rugs. »? Par. 303. Portions of carpets or carpeting, composed wholly or in part of wool, and not specially provided for in this section, shall be subjected to the rate of duty herein imposed on carpets or carpeting of like character.

28 Same rates as on carpets or carpeting of like character or description.
39 Dutiable at the rates provided in par. 1108 or 1109.
30 Manufactures of wool, n. s. p. f.
ai Woven fabrics, valued above 80 cents per lb.
32 Same provision as in act of 1930.

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