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80 Soap:
Castile.
15 per cent.. 15 per cent.

10 per cent. Toilet...

30 per cent.
30 per cent.

(30 per cent."

110 per cent.02 All other, n. s. p. I..

15 per cent.
15 per cent.

5 per cent.

120 per cent.93 Soap powder, n. s. p.

f.
15 per cent.. 15 per cent..

5 per cent. 81 Sodium: Arsenate.

1 cent per lb. 1 cent per lb. Free. Borate or borax, refined.

48 cent per lb. 18 cent per lb. 18 cent per lb. Bromide.

10 cents per lb. 10 cents per lb. 15 per cent.87 CarbonateCalcined, or soda ash.

14 cent per lb. 14 cent per lb. Free. Hydrated, or sal soda.

14 cent per lb. 14 cent per lb. 18 cent per lb. Monohydrated...

44 cent per lb. 14 cent per lb. 18 cent per lb. Chlorate.

142 cents per lb... 142 cents per lb... 12 cent per lb. Chloride or salt- 04 In bags, sacks, barrels, or other 11 cents per 100 lbs. 11 cents per 100 lbs. Free.

packages. In bulk

7 cents per 100 lbs. 7 cents per 100 lbs.. Free. Chromate and dichromate. 134 cents per lb. 134 cents per lb. 34 cent per lb. Ferrocyanide or yellow prussiate 2 cents per lb.. 2 cents per lb. 34 cent per lb.

of soda. Formate.

2 cents per lb. 2 cents per lb. 15 per cent. 87 Hydroxide or caustic soda. 22 cent per lb. 12 cent per lb. 44 cent per lb. Citrate..

12 cents per lb.
25 per cent 97

15 per cent.87 Nitrite.

442 cents per lb. 3 cents per lb.95. 32 cent per lb. Phosphate (except pyro phos

phate)-
Containing by weight less than 1142 cents per lb.
45 per cent water.

22 cent per lb. 44 cent per lb. N. s. p. f..

134 cent per lb. Sesquicarbonate.

14 cent per lb. 14 cent per lb. 18 cent per lb. Silicate..

38 cent
per lb. 38 cent per lb.

Free.
Oxalate.
242 cents per lb.. 25 per cent 87

15 per cent.
Sulphate
Crystallized or Glauber salt. $1 per ton.. $1 per ton.

$1 per ton. Anhydrous.

$3 per ton.
$2 per ton.

15 per cent.87
Sulphide-
Containing not more than 35 38 cent per lb.. 38 cent per lb. ¥4 cent per lh.

per cent of sodium sulphide, Containing more than 35 per 34 cent per lb.. 34 cent per lb. 14 cent per lb.

cent. Sulphite, bisulphite, metabisul. | 38 cent per lb.. 38 cent per lb. 14 cent per lb.

phite. Silicofluoride

142 cents per lb...-25 per cent 87, 96_ 15 per cent.87 Thiosulphate..

36 cent per lh. 38 cent per lb. 14 cent per lb.97 82 Sodium hydrosulphite, hydrosul. 35 per cent.. 35 per cent.

15 per cent.87 phite compounds, sulphoxylate compounds, and all combinations

and mixtures of the foregoing. 83 Starch: Potato

242 cents per lb.. 134 cents per lb. 1 cent per lb. All other, n. s. p. f.

142 cents per lb. 1 cent per lb. 12 cent per lb. 84 Burnt starch or British gum.. 2 cents per lb. 144 cents per lb. 34 cent per lb.

Dextrine:
Made from potato starch or po- 3 cents per lb. 244 cents per lb... 114 cents per lb.

tato flour.
N. s. p. f..

2 cents per lb. 144 cents per lb. 34 cent per lb. Substitutes.

2 cents per lb. 144 cents per lb. 34 cent per lb. Soluble or chemically treated starch. 2 cents per lb. 114 cents per lb. 34 cent per Ib. 85 Strontium; Carbonate, precipitated.

25 per cent.
25 per cent.

15 per cent.87 Nitrate..

25 per cent.
25 per cent

15 per cent.87 Oxide.

25 per cent.
25 per cent

Free. 86 Strychnine, and salts of.

20 cents per ounce. 15 cents per ounce. Free. 87 Cerium nitrate, cerium fluoride, 35 per cent. 35 per cent. 15 per cent.8?

and other salts of cerium, n. s.

p. f.

87 Chemical compounds, mixtures, and salts, n. s. p. f. $1 Perfumed. 92 Unperfumed. 93 Medicinal. 94 See sec. 313 (e) and (f) for remission of duty on salt used for curing certain fish and meats. 95 442 cents per pound by presidential proclamation effective June 5, 1924, under sec. 315. 96 By presidential proclamation effective Sept. 15, 1928, from foreign value to American selling price. 97 Hydrosulphite of soda.

Schedule 1.-Chemicals, Oils, and Paints-Continued

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87 Gas-mantle scrap, consisting in 35 per cent.. 35 per cent.. 10 per cent.

chief value of metallic oxides.
Thorium nitrate, thorium oxide, 35 per cent.

35 per cent. 25 per cent. and other salts of thorium, n. S.

p. f. 88 Tin bichloride, tin tetrachloride, 25 per cent.. 25 per cent.

10 per cent. and allother chemical compounds, mixtures, ant salts, of which tin constitutes the element of chief

value. 89 Titanium potassium oxalate, and 30 per cent. 30 per cent. 15 per cent.87

all compounds and mixtures con

taining titanium. 90 Turpentine, gum and spirits of, 5 per cent.

Free..

Free. and rosin. 91 Vanadic acid, vanadic anhydride, | 40 per cent..

25 per cent 87

(98).
and salts of the foregoing.
Chemical compounds, mixtures, 40 per cent.

25 per cent 87
and salts wholly or chief value

of vanadium, n. s. p. f. 92 Tonka beans..

25 cents per lb. 25 cents per lb. 25 cents per lb. Vanilla beans..

30 cents per lb. 30 cents per lb. 30 cents per lb. 93 Zinc: Chloride

1310 cents per lb... 1310 cents per lb. 12 cent per lb. Sulphate.

34 cent per lb. 34 cent per lb 12 cent per lb. Sulphide,

3 cents per lb. 122 cents per lb. 15 per cent. 94 Collodion emulsion. 25 per cent... 25 per cent 09

10 per cent.99 95 | Azides, fulminates, fulminating 1242 cents per lb..-1242 cents per lb... Free.

powder, and other like articles

n. s. p. f.
96 Dynamite and other high explo- 1/4 cents per lb... 114 cents per lb...- Free.

sives, put upin sticks, cartridges,
or other forms, suitable for blast-

ing.
97 Wood tar and pitch of wood, and 1 cent per lb. Free.

Free. tar oil from wood.

(98).

87 Chemical compounds, mixtures, and salts, n. S. P. f.
98 Not an article of commerce at time of enactment of act of 1913.
90 Mixture in chief value of silver.

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per M.

201(a) Brick:
Bath, n. s. p. f..
25 per cent.. 25 per cent.

15 per cent.
Chrome, n. S. p.
f.
25 per cent.
25 per cent.

s10 per cent.1

115 per cent.
Fire, n. s. p. f.
25 per cent... 25 per cent.

s10 per cent.1

(15 per cent.
Magnesite.

34 cent per lb. and | 34 cent per lb. and 10 per cent.
10 per cent.

10 per cent. 115 per cent.
201(b) | All other, n. s. p. f.:
Not glazed, enameled, painted, $1.25 per M. Free 3

10 per cent.
vitrified, ornamented, or deco-

rated in any manner.
Glazed, enameled, painted, vitri- 5 per cent, but not Free 3

15 per cent.
fied, ornamented, or decorated less than $1.50

in any manner. 202(a) Tiles:

Unglazed, glazed, ornamented,

hand painted, enameled, vit-
rified, semivitrified, deco-
rated, encaustic, ceramic
mosaic, flint, spar, embossed,
gold decorated, grooved or
corrugated, and all other
earthern [earthen) tiles and
tiling by whatever name
known (except pill tiles, but
including tiles wholly or in
part of cement), all the fore-

going-
Valued at not more than 40 10 cents per sq. ft. - 8 cents per sq. ft.5. 6- 5 cents per sq. ft.7, 8

cents per square foot.
Valued at more than 40 cents 60 per cent.. 50 per cent 6. 5 cents per sq. ft.?, &

per square foot.
202(b) Mantels, friezes, and articles of 50 per cent.

50 per cent.

30 per cent.
every description or parts thereof,
composed wholly or in chief value
of earthen tiles or tiling, except

pill tiles. 203 Lime: Hydrated

12 cents per 100 12 cents per 100 5 per cent.
lbs.'

lbs.
N. s. p. f.

10 cents per 100 10 cents per 100 5 per cent.
lbs.

lbs.
Limestone (not suitable for use as 5 cents per 100 lbs. 5 cents per 100 lbs. Free.

monumental or building stone),
crude, or crushed but not pulver.

ized,
204 Magnesite:
Caustic calcined.

1516.cent per lb. 58 cent per lb 10 Free.11 Crude...

1532 cent per lb. 516 cent per lb.12. Free.11
Dead burned and grain and peri- | 2340 cent per lb..-- 2340 cent per lb... Free.11

clase, not suitable for manu-
facture into oxychloride ce-

ments.
205(a) | Plaster rock or gypsum, ground or $1.40 per ton. $1.40 per ton. 10 per cent.

calcined.

Cement: 205(b) Roman, Portland, and other 6 cents per 100

Free 13

Free.
hydraulic cement or cement lbs. 14

clinker.
White nonstaining Portland.. 8 cents per 100 8 cents per 100 10 per cent.

lbs. 14

lbs. 14 Not glazed, enameled, painted, vitrified, ornamented, or decorated. Glazed, enameled, painted, vitrified, ornamented, or decorated. 3 Dutiable at the rates imposed by foreign countries on similar American brick. 4 But not less than 50 nor more than 70 per cent ad valorem. 5 Not less than 45 nor more than 60 per cent.

6 Quarries or quarry tiles, so called, red or brown, 78 inch or over in thickness, 3 cents per square foot but not less than 30 per cent.

? Plain unglazed, 1 color, exceeding 2 square inches in size, 112 cents per square foot.
& So-called quarries or quarıy tiles, 20 per cent.
• Including weight of container.
10 1516 cent per pound, by presidential proclamation, effective Dec. 10, 1927, under sec. 315.
11 Not purified.
12 1532 cent per pound, by presidential proclamation, effective Dec. 10, 1927, under sec. 315.
13 Dutiable at the rate imposed by foreign countries on similar American cement.
14 Including weight of container.

Schedule 2.-Earths, Earthenware, and Glassware-Continued

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Cement-Continued. 205(c) Keene's, and other cement of

which gypsum is component

material of chief value-
Valued at $14 per ton or less --- $3.50 per ton. $3.50 per ton. 10 per cent.
Valued above $14 and not above $5 per ton... $5 per ton.

10 per cent.
$20 per ton.
Valued above $20 and not above | $10 per ton.. $10 per ton.

10 per cent.
$40 per ton.
Valued above $40 per ton.. $14 per ton.

$14 per ton. 10 per cent. 205(d) Other, n. s. p. f..

20 per cent.
20 per cent.

10 per cent.
205(e) Statutes, statuettes, and bas-reliefs,
wholly or in chief value of plaster

60 per cent.

$35 per cent 15
Free 16

25 per cent.16
of Paris, n. s. p. f.
Manufactures of which plaster of 35 per cent.. 35 per cent.. 25 per cent.

Paris is the component material of

chief value, n. s. p. f. 206 Pumice stone: Manufactures of, or of which 35 per cent.

35 per cent.

25 per cent.
pumice stone is the component

material of chief value, n. s. p. f.
Unmanufactured-
Valued at $15 or less per ton..- 110 cent per lb.. Kio cent per lb

per cetic.
Valued at more than $15 per ton. 44 cent per lb. 44 cent per lb. 5 per cent.

Wholly or partly manufactured. 34 cent per lb.. 55100 cent per lb.-- 74 cent per lb. 207 Clays or earths:

Common blue clay, and Gross

Almerode glass pot clay-
Unwrought and unmanu- $1 per ton.. $1 per ton.

Free 17 or 50 cents factured

per ton.18 Wrought or manufactured... $2 per ton.

$2 per ton.

Free 17

or $1 per

ton.18
N. s. p. f.
Unwrought and unmanufac- | $1 per ton.... $1 per ton.

50 cents per ton.18
tured.
Wrought or manufactured...--- $2 per ton.. $2 per ton..

$1 per ton.18 BentoniteUnwrought and unmanufac- $1.50 per ton.

$1 per ton 19

50 cents per ton.13. tured. Wrought or manufactured. $3.25 per ton. $2 per ton 19

$1 per ton.18, 19 China clay or kaolin.

$2.50 per ton. $2.50 per ton $1.25 per ton.18 Crude feldspar.

$1 per ton.
Free 20

Free 20
Bauxite, crude, not refined, etc... $1 per ton

$1 per ton.

Free.
Fuller's earth-
Unwrought and unmanufac- $1.50 per ton. $1.50 per ton. 75 cents per ton.18

tured.
Wrought or manufactured.. $3.25 per ton. $3.25 per ton $1.50 per ton 18
Clays or earths artificially acti- | 44 cent per lb. and 30 per cent 21

20 per cent.21
vated with acid or other 30 per cent.

material.
Silica, crude, n. s. p. f...

$3.50 per ton.. $4 per ton... Free.20
Fluorspar-
Containing not more than 97 $8.40 per ton.
per cent calcium fluoride.

$5.60 per ton 22 $1.50 per ton 18 Containing more than 97 per $5.60 per ton.

cent calcium fluoride.
Sand containing 95 per cent or $2 per ton.

Free 23

Free.23
more of silica and not more
than six-tenths of 1 per cent of
oxide of iron and suitable for

use in manufacture of glass. 208(a) Mica, unmanufactured:

Valued not above 15 cents per lb.- 4 cents per lb.. 4 cents per lb. 4 cents per lb.
Valued above 15 cents per lb.. 4 cents per lb. and 25 per cent.

25 per cent.

25 per cent. 208(6) Mica, cut or stamped to dimensions, 40 per cent.. 30 per cent 24

30 per cent.25 shape, or form. 15 Manufactures of plaster of Paris, n. s. p. f.

16 Statuary (casts of plaster of Paris) for presentation (without charge) to, and for use of, religious corporations or associations.

17 In cases or casks, suitable for the manufacture of crucibles and glass melting pots or tank blocks. 18 Provided, That the weight of the casks or other containers shall be included in the dutiable weight. 19 No specific provision; as clays or earths, n. s. p. f. 20 Minerals, crude, n. s. p. f. 21 Earthy or mineral substances, n. s. p. f., wholly or partly manufactured.

22 Not exceeding 93 per cent calcium fluoride $8.40 per ton, by presidential proclamation, effective Nov. 16, 1928, under sec. 315. · 23 Sand, n. s. p. f. 24 Cut or trimmed (act of 1922). 25 Cut (act of 1913).

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208(c) Mica films and splittings, not cut or

stamped to dimensions:
Not above twelve ten-thou- 25 per cent

30 per cent 26

30 per cent.26
sandths inch thick.
Over twelve ten-thousandths 40 per cent

30 per cent 26

30 per cent.26 inch thick. 208(d) Mica films and splittings cut or 45 per cent

40 per cent 27 or 30 30 per cent.27 stamped to dimensions.

per cent.28 208(e) Mica plates and built-up mica, and 40 per cent 28 40 per cent.

30 per cent.
all manufactures of mica, or of
which mica is the component ma-

terial of chief value.
2080) Untrimmed phlogopite mica from 15 per cent... 10 per cent 30

10 per cent.sc
which no rectangular piece ex-
ceeding in size one inch by two

inches may be cut.
208 (g) Mica waste and scrap valued at:
Not more than 5 cents per lb. 25 per cent

10 per cent 30

10 per cent.30More than 5 cents and not above 4 cents per lb. 10 per cent 30 10 per cent.30

15 cents per lb.31 Above 15 cents per lb.31_

4 cents per lb. and 10 per cent 30 10 per cent.30.

25 per cent. 208(b) | Mica, ground or pulverized.

20 per cent 32 20 per cent.

15 per cent. 209 Talc, steatite or soapstone, and

French chalk:
Crude and unground...

14 cent per lb. 44 cent per lb. Free.
Ground, washed, powdered, or 35 per cent.

25 per cent... 15 per cent.
pulverized (except toilet prep-

arations).
Cut or sawed, or in blanks, cray-
ons, cubes, disks, or other 1 cent per lb. 1 cent per lb.

20 per cent.ar
forms.

115 per cent.33. Manufactures (except toilet prep

arations), of which any of
above is the component mate-
rial of chief value, wholly or
partly finished, n, s. p. f.-
Not decorated

35 per cent.
35 per cent

20 per cent.34
Decorated.

45 per cent.
45 per cent

25 per cent.34. 210 Common yellow, brown, red, 36 or

gray earthenware, plain or em-
bossed, composed of a body
wholly of clay which is un-
washed, unmixed, and not
artificially colored; common
salt-glazed stoneware; stone-
ware and earthenware crucibles;
all the foregoing, and manu-
factures wholly or in chief value

of such ware, n. s. p. f.:
Not ornamented, incised, or dec- 15 per cent..

15 per cent

15 per cent.
orated, in any manner.
Ornamented, incised, or deco- 20 per cent.. 20 per cent.

20 per cent.
rated in any manner.
Rockingham earthenware-
25 per cent.. 25 per cent

30 per cent.
21 Earthy or mineral substances, n. s. p. f., wholly or partly manufactured.
26 Splittings (acts of 1913 and 1922.)
27 Manufactures of mica.
2Parts of machines.

20 "By whatever name known, and to whatever use applied, and whether or not named, described, orprovided for in any other paragraph."

30 Waste, n. s. p. f. (acts of 1913 and 1922). 31 Classified as mica, unmanufactured. 32 Or pulverized” added in act of 1930. 33 Cut. 34 « Articles and wares composed wholly or in chief value of earthy or mineral substances, n. s. p. 1." 35“ Red” added in act of 1930.

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