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Diamonds-Continued.
Miners'.

Rough or uncut
Dianisidine.
Dice...
Dichloride:

Ethylene

Propylene
Dichlorophthalic acid.
Dichromate:
Potassium..

Sodium..
Dictophones and parts..
Die blanks and blocks, steel..
Dies, metal-cutting-
Diethanolamine
Diethylbarbituric acid, salts,

and compounds..
Diethyl sulphate.
Digitalis.
Dihydric alcohols.
Dihydroxynaphthalene.
Dimethylaminophenol.
Dimethylaniline..
Dimethylphenylbenzylammo-

nium hydroxide
Dimethylphenylenediamine -
Dimethyl sulphate.
Dinitrobenzene..
Dinitrochlorobenzene.
Dinitronaphthalene.
Dinitrophenol..
Dinitrotoluene.
Diphenylamine-
Diphenyloxide.
Dip, sheep.
Disk or tooth harrows.
Disks:

Aluminum
Cork or artificial cork.

Soft wax, or master records
Distillates:
Coal-tar and other tar-
Yielding 5 per cent or

more of tar acids...
Yielding less than 5 per

cent of tar acids.
Petroleum..
Distilled oils. (See Oils.)
Distilled or essential spirits...
Compounds and prepara-

tions containing -
Forfeiture...
Leakage
Permit for importation of..-
Standard for proof..
Divi-divi.

Extract.
Documents, public, foreign

governments
Dogskin plates and mats
Doilies, cotton..
Doll clothing
Dolls and parts of..
Dominoes -
Downs and feathers
Drag saws.
Dragon's blood
Drainage tools.
Draughts, of bone, ivory, etc.
Drawback, articles exported

and returned..
Drawing:
Ink.
Instruments and parts.
Knives.

Paper
Drawings
Not for sale.
Original, pen and ink, etc..

Pen and ink, n. s. p. f.
Drawn-work articles.
Dress steels.
"Dressed line." See Flax,

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147

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Earthenware-Continued.

Manufactures, n. s. p. f..
Nonvitrified absorbent

body-
Plain black, brown, red,

white, or yellow
Rockingham.
Semiporcelain
Tiles and tiling-

Toys...
Earthy or mineral substances,

n. s. p. f.
Ebony boards, deals, etc.
Ecgonine
Edgings, lace
Educational institutions. See

Institutions.
Eel grass, manufactured or

dyed.
Eggplant.
Eggs:
Albumen and yolk.
Bird, fish, and insect
Of wild birds, prohibited.
Poultry
Whole, frozen, dried, etc.
Egret plumes.
Elastic fabrics, braided, knit,

or woven.
Electricity-measuring mech-

anisms.
Electric:

Arc light-
Carbons and electrodes
Light bulbs and lamps
Light and telegraph poles...
Machine brushes
Storage batteries
Utensils, table, household,

and hospital ---
Electrical:
Apparatus, instruments,

and machinery
Insulators
Meters
Electrodes:

Carbon or graphite
Nickel or nickel alloys.

Electrotype plates
Elements, chemical, n. s. p. f..
Embossing:
Materials,

Metal powder

Pigments.
Rollers
Embroidered articles
Embroideries
Embroidery:

Cotton for handwork
Machine needles.
Machines and shuttles
Emery, corundum, etc.,

ground
Emery:

Files, paper, wheels, etc.
Grains.
Manufactures, n. s. p. f.

Ore..
Enamel:

Ceramic
Glass, tiles, and tiling-

Paints.
Enameled tiles
Enameled ware
Enamels, ceramic.
Encaustic tiles.
Enfleurage greases
Engines, steam
Engravers':

Diamonds
Plates, copper.

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Fabrics:
Bagging -

1019
Cotton made on Notting-
ham machine.

920
Embroidered or orna-
mented.

1529
Flax, hemp, or ramie 1009-1011
Jute, plain-woven, twilled. 1008
Knit-
Cotton or other vegetable
fiber..

914
Rayon or other synthetic
textile

1309
Silk..

1208
Wool

1114
See also Knit fabrics and

goods.
Lace

1529
Metal threads

1529
Ornamented with beads,
spangles, etc..

1529
Paddings

1009
Pile
Cotton

909
Rayon or other synthetic
textile.

1307
Silk.

1206
Vegetable fiber, not cotton. 1012
Wool.

1110
Pneumatic tire.

904
Silk-
Knit--

1208
Not exceeding 12 inches in
width.

1207
Pile-

1206
Woven.

1205
Spangles and beads in chief
value of...

1503
Tamboured..

1529
Terry-woven, cotton

909
Tire, cotton...

904
With fast edges, not exceed-

ing 12 inches in width-
Cotton.-

912
Rayon or other synthetic
textile

1308
Silk.

1207
Vegetable fiber, except
cotton

1015
Wool..

1113
Wool (containing 17 per cent

of wool) -
Cotton warp-

1108
Knit..

1114
Light weight.

1108
Medium or heavy weight- 1109
Pile

1110
Woven.

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Fiber or fibers-Continued.
Henequen, sisal, manila,

etc., crude
*Palm-leaf.
Rice.

Vulvanized or hard.
Fiber ware, indurated.
Fib.in in all forms..
Field glasses and frames
Field seed
Figs:
Candied, crystallized, or

glacé, n. s. p. f...
Fresh, dried, etc...
Filaments, rayon or other syn-

thetic textile:
Exceeding 30 inches in

length
Not exceeding 30 inches in

length.
Manufactures of, n. s. p. f.-
Filberts
File blanks.
Files

Emery
Metal

Nail.
Filled cotton cloths, n. s. p. f.-
Filler tobacco.
Films:
Damaged, of American man-

ufacture, exposed abroad..
Moving-picture-
Negative, undeveloped, of

American manufacture,
exposed abroad for news

reel.
Sensitized, not exposed

or developed
Photographic-
Negatives for moving-

pictures, exposed but
not developed
Negatives, exposed and

developed
Positives for moving-

pictures
Sensitized, not exposed

or developed
Filter masse or stock
Filtering paper
*Finnan haddie.
Fir:

Balsam
*Logs.

Lumber and timber.
Fire brick, n. s. p. f..
Firecrackers..
Firewood, n. s. p. f.
Fireworks, n. s. p. f.
Fish, except shellfish:

Balls with vegetables.
Boned, dried, skinned, etc..
Caviar
Cod.
Cusk.
Eggs.
*Finnan haddie..
Fresh or frozen (whether or

not packed in ice).
Glue
Haddock
Hake..
Halibut
Herring
Hooks.
Kippered.
Knives.

Fish, except shellfish-Con.
Leather

1530

153
Mackerel

717, 719 73, 74
Meal..

1780

177
Nets..

1006, 1725

113, 173
Not edible

1677

171
Oils..

52, 1730 15, 174
Packed in oil.

718

73
Paste

721

75
Pickled.

719

74
Pollock,

717, 719,

73, 74, 75

720
Products of American fish-
eries

1730

174
Roe.

721, 1671

75
Salmon..

717, 720

73,75
Sauce.

721

75
Scrap-

1780

177
*Sea herring

720

75
Skins.

1678

171
Sturgeon

721

75
Smelts.

1756

175
Sounds-
*Cleaned, split, or pre-
pared..

1624

167
*Crude, dried or salted.. 1624167
Swordfish

717

73
Tuna..

1756

175
Unsalted

717

73
See also Shellfish.
Fisheries, products of Ameri-
can.

1730

174
Fishhooks.

1535

156
Fishing:
Baskets or creels.

1535

156
Nets-
N. s. p. f.

1006

113
Ottertrawl.

1725

17
Rods.

1535

156
Tackle

1535

156
Fishplates, railway, iron or
steel.

322
Fishskins, raw or salted.

1678
Flaps, paper, lithographed or
printed.

1406

134
Flasks, quicksilver, exported
and returned..

1615

166
Flavoring extracts:
Alcoholic.

24
Nonalcoholic

39
Flavors:
Coal-tar..

28

7
Fruit, natural or syn-

thetic-
Alcoholic

24
Nonalcoholic

39

13
Flax:
Carpets, carpeting, mats,
matting, and rugs-

1021

116
Collars and cuffs..

1017

116
Cords...

1004

113
“Dressed line"

1001

112
Fabrics, woven.

1009-1011

114
Floor coverings, n. s. p. f. 1021

116
Gill netting, nets, etc.

1006
Hackled and not hackled.. 1001
Handkerchiefs.

1016
Interlinings..

1009
Manufactures, n. s. p. f.

1023
Napkins..

1014
Nets, fishing.

1006
Noils.

1001
Paddings for clothing-

1009
Pillowcases.

1014
Roving-

1002
Seines

1006
Sheets.

1014
Sliver

1002
Straw.

1001
Tapes, measuring-

1015
Threads.

1004
Tow.

1001
Towels.

1014

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Flax-Continued.
Twines

1004
Waste for paper stock.

1750
Webs, fishing-

1006
Woven articles, n. s. p. f..-- 1010
Yarns

1004
Flaxseed.

762
Chaff of.

731
Oil and combinations.

53
Scalpings, scourings, and
screenings of

731
Fleshing knives.

355
Flexible metal hose and tub-
ing-

328
Flies, artificial.

1535
Flint, flints, and flint stones,
unground

1679
Flitters.

382
Floats (files)

362
Flock-coated paper.

1405
Flocks, wool..

1105
Floor coverings:
Cork carpet.

1020
Corticine.

1020
Linoleum.

1020
Matting-

1021, 1022
N. s. p. f.

1021
Oilcloth.

1020
Vegetable fiber

1021-1023
Wool

1116, 1117
Floorings:
Beech, birch, maple-

404
Wood, n. s. p. f.

1803
Floral concretes and essences. 1673
Floral waters.

62
Floss, silk.

1204
Flouncings

1529
Flour:
Arrowroot

1612
Barley...

722
Buckwheat.

723
Corn.

724
Potato.

771
Rice.

727
Rye

728
Sago

1753
Snuff

604
Tapioca

1781
Wheat.

729
Wood.

412
Flower:
Bulbs, roots, tubers, etc.

753
Seed.

764
Seedlings and cuttings.

754
Waters

62
Flowers:
Artificial and ornamental,
n. s. p. f..

1518
Cut, fresh or preserved..

753
Drugs-
Advanced.

34
Crude..

1669
Insect or pyrethrum-
Advanced

35
Crude.

1602
Marshmallow or althea-
Advanced

35
Crude.

1602
Flue dust:
Lead-bearing-

391
N. s. p. f.

1664
Flues, iron or steel

328
Fluorene.

1651
Fluoride, cerium.

87
Fluorspar.

207
Fluted glass

221
Flutings, lace.

1529
Fluxes, ceramic and glass.

231
Fly books and boxes.

1535
Foil, aluminum or tin, and
powdered...

382
Folders, greeting -

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