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Schedule 2.Earths, Earthenware, and Glassware-Continued

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222(a) Rolled, cylinder, crown, and sheet

glass-Continued.
Not exceeding 384 square inches.- 1242 cents per sq. 1242 cents per sq.

6 cents per sq. ft.70 ft.

ft.79
Above 384 and not exceeding 720 17 cents per sq. ft.- 15 cents per sq. ft.79. 8 cents per sq. ft. 79

square inches.
Above 720 and not exceeding 1,008 | 1722 cents per sq.
square inches.

(1742 cents per sq. }12 cents per sq. ft.70 Above 1,008 square inches. 1934 cents per sq.

ft.79

ft. Containing a wire netting

Not exceeding 384 square inches. 15 cents per sq. ft.. 15 cents per sq. ft.79- 6 cents per sq. ft.79 Above 384 and not exceeding ! 20 cents per sq. ft.- 1742 cents per sq. 8 cents per sq. ft. 70 720 square inches.

ft.79 Above 720 square inches. 23 cents per sq. ft.- 20 cents per sq. ft.79 12 cents per sq. ft.79 223 Plate, cylinder, crown, and sheet

glass, by whatever process made,
when made into mirrors, fin-

ished or partly finished:
Exceeding in size 144 square 15 cents per sq.

1342 cents per sq. (82).
inches and not exceeding 384 ft. 80
square inches.
Above 384 and not exceeding 720 20 cents per sq.

16 cents per sq. (82).
square inches.

ft. 80

ft. 81
Above 720 square inches..

23 cents per sq.
21 cents per sq.

(82).
ft.80

ft.81 224 | Plate, rolled, cylinder, crown, and

5 per cent 83
5 per cent 84

4 per cent.84
sheet glass, and glass mirrors
exceeding in size 144 square inches,
by whatever process made, when
bent, frosted, sanded, enameled,
beveled, etched, embossed, en-
graved, flashed, stained, colored
(except glass not plate glass and
not less than one-fourth of one
inch in thickness, wher obscured
by coloring prior to solidification),
painted, ornamented, or deco-

rated.
225 Spectacles, eyeglasses, and goggles,

and frames for the same, or
parts thereof, finished or un-

finished:
Valued at not over 65 cents per 20 cents per doz. 20 cents per dozen 35 per cent.
dozen.

and 15 per cent. and 15 per cent.
Valued at over 65 cents and not 60 cents per doz. 60 cents per dozen 35 per cent.
over $2.50 per dozen.

and 20 per cent. and 20 per cent. Valued at over $2.50 per dozen... 40 per cent. 40 per cent.. 35 per cent. 79 Fluted, rolled, ribbed, or rough plate glass, when ground, smoothed, or otherwise obscured, dutiable at the rates provided for “cast polished plate glass, unsilvered.". Cylinder, crown, and sheet glass, not plate glass, if one-fourth of 1 inch or more in thickness and obscured by coloring prior to solidification, duti. able at rates provided for cylinder, crown, and sheet glass, unpolished, and 5 per cent additional for coloring in act of 1922; and at rates provided for unpolished, cylinder, crown, and common window glass, and 4 per cent additional for coloring in act of 1913. Rolled glass colored prior to solidification dutiable at the rates provided for “fluted, rolled, ribbed, or rough plate glass."

80 Provided, That none of the foregoing shall be subject to a less rate of duty than 45 per cent ad valorem, Provided further, That none of the foregoing mirrors when framed shall be subject to a less rate of duty than that imposed upon similar mirrors of like description not framed, but shall pay in addition thereto upon such frames the rate of duty applicable thereto when imported separately,

81 Cast polished plate glass, cylinder and crown glass, silvered, and looking-glass plates: Provided, That none of the foregoing shall pay less duty than 35 per cent ad valorem: Provided further, That no lookingglass plates or glass, silvered, when framed, shall pay a less rate of duty than that imposed upon similar glass of like description not framed, but shall pay in addition thereto upon such frames the rate of duty applicable thereto when imported separate.

82 Cast polished plate glass, cylinder and crown glass, silvered, and looking-glass plates shall be subject to a duty of 1 cent per square foot in addition to the rates otherwise chargeable on such glass unsilvered: Provided, That no looking-glass plates or glass silvered, when framed, shall pay a less rate of duty than that imposed upon similar glass of like description not framed, but shall pay in addition thereto upon such frames the rate of duty applicable thereto when imported separate.

83 In addition to the rates otherwise chargeable thereon.

84 In addition to the rates otherwise chargeable on cast polished plate glass, crown, cylinder, and sheet glass, and glass mirrors.

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

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226 Lenses of glass or pebble, molded or

pressed, or ground and polished
to a spherical, cylindrical, or
prismatic form, and ground
and polished plano or coquille
glasses, wholly or partly manu-
factured:
With edges unground.

40 per cent. 40 per cent. 25 per cent.
With edges ground or beveled... 10 cents per doz. 10 cents per dozen 25 per cent.

pairs and 35 per pairs and 35 per
cent.

cent.
Strips of glass not more than three 35 per cent. 35 per cent. 25 per cent.

inches wide, ground or polished
on one or both sides to a cylin-
drical or prismatic form, includ-
ing those used in the construc-
tion of gauges, and glass slides for

magic lanterns.
227 Optical glass or glass used in the 50 per cent. 45 per cent.

Free.86
manufacture of lenses or prisms
for spectacles, or for optical in-
struments or equipment, or for
optical parts, scientific or com-

mercial, in any and all forms.
228(a) Spectrographs, spectrometers, spec- 60 per cent 86 45 per cent 87 35 per cent.88

troscopes, refractometers, saccha-
rimeters, colorimeters, prism-bi-
noculars, cathetometers, interfe-
rometers, haemacytometers, po-
larimeters, polariscopes, photo-
meters, ophthalmoscopes, slit
lamps, corneal microscopes, op-
tical measuring or optical testing
instrurnents, testing or recording
instruments for ophthalmological
purposes, frames and mountings
therefor, and parts of any of the
foregoing; all the foregoing, fin-

ished or unfinished.
228(b) Azimuth mirrors, parabolic or man- 45 per cent. 45 per cent 35 per cent.88
gin mirrors for searchlight re-

25 per cent.89
flectors, mirrors for optical, den-

20 per cent.80
tal, or surgical purposes, photo-
graphic or projection lenses, sex-
tants, octants, opera or field
glasses (not prism binoculars),
telescopes, microscopes, all opti-
cal instruments, frames and
mountings therefor, and parts of
any of the foregoing; all the fore-
going, finished or unfinished,

n. s. p. f.
229 Incandescent electric-light bulbs

and lamps:
Without filament.

20 per cent.
With metal filament
20 per cent. 20 per cent

30 per cent.
With filaments of carbon or other 30 per cent

nonmetallic material. 230(a) Stained or painted glass windows, 60 per cent. 50 per cent. 30 per cent.

and parts thereof, n. s. p. f.
230(b) Glass mirrors (except framed or 50 per cent. 50 per cent 30 per cent.

cased mirrors in chief value of
platinum, gold, or silver), n. s.
p. f., not exceeding in size 144
square inches, with or without

frames or cases. 85 Glass plates or disks, rough cut or unwrought, for use in the manufacture of optical instruments, spectacles, and eyeglasses, and suitable only for such use.

88 New provision in act of 1930. 87 Other optical instruments. 98 Opera and field glasses, optical instruments, and frames and mountings for the same. 89 Surveying instruments, telescopes, microscopes, photographic and projection lenses, and frames and mountings for the same.

90 Azimuth mirrors, articles or wares, n. s. p. f., if composed wholly or in chief value of metal.

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

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230(c) Glass ruled or etched in any man- 55 per cent.

50 per cent 91 30 per cent.1 ner, and manufactures of such

55 per cent 92 45 per cent.92 glass, for photographic repro

20 per cent 93 15 per cent.93 ductions or engraving processes, or for measuring or recording pur

poses.
230(d) All glass, and manufactures of glass, 50 per cent.-- 50 per cent... 30 per cent.

or of which glass is the component
of chief value, except broken glass
or glass waste fit only for reman-

ufacture, n. s. p. f.
231 Smalts, frostings, and all ceramic

and glass colors, fluxes, glazes,
and enamels, all the foregoing:
Ground or pulverized.
30 per cent.

(15 per cent.
In any other form...

40 per cent.

30 per cent
40 per cent.

20 per cent.94

Free.95
Opal, enamel or cylinder glass tiles 40 per cent.

40 per cent. 30 per cent.98 and tiling. 232(a) Marble, breccia, and onyx:

In block, rough or squared only -- 65 cents per cu. ft. 65 cents per cu. ft.-50 cents per cu. ft.
Sawed or dressed, over 2 inches $1 per cu. ft... $1 per cu. ft. 75 cents per cu. ft.

in thickness.
232(b) Slabs and paving tiles of marble,

breccia, or onyx: Containing
not less than 4 superficial

inches-
If not more than 1 inch in thick- 8 cents per sup.

8 cents per sup. ft-- 6 cents per sup. ft.? ness.

ft. 98, 99
If more than 1 inch and not more 10 cents per sup. 10 cents per sup.ft_988 cents per sup.

than 112 inches in thickness.
If more than 112 inches and not 13 cents per sup.

13 cents persup.ft_98 10 cents persup.ft." more than 2 inches in thickness.

ft. 98, 99 232(c) Mosaic cubes of marble, breccia, or

onyx, not exceeding 2 cubic
inches size:
If loose..

44 cent per lb. and 44 cent per lb. and 20 per cent.
20 per cent.

20 per cent.
If attached to paper or other ma- 5 cents per sup. ft. 5 cents per sup. ft. 35 per cent.
terial.

and 35 per cent. and 35 per cent.
232(d) Marble, breccia, and onyx, wholly 50 per cent. 50 per cent. 45 per cent.

or partly manufactured into
monuments, benches, vases, and
other articles, and articles of
which these substances or any of
them is the component material

of chief value, n. S. p. f.
233 Alabaster and jet, wholly or partly 50 per cent. 50 per cent.

45 per cent.
manufactured into monuments,
benches, vases, and other articles,
and articles of which these sub-
stances or either of them is the
component material of chief

value, n. s. p. f.
All articles composed wholly or in 50 per cent. 50 per cent. 45 per cent.

chief value of agate, rock crystal,
or other semiprecious stone, ex-
cept such as are cut into shapes
and forms fitting them expressly
for use in the construction of
jewelry, not specially provided

for.
Glass, n. s. p. f.
92 Articles in chief value of glass, etched, etc., n. s. p. f.
Manufactures of ruled glass for photographic

reproductions as parts of photographic cameras, n. s. p. f. Fusible and glass enamel, n. s. p. f. 95.“Glass enamel, white, for watch and clock dials." "Opal or cylinder glass. 07 If rubbed in whole or in part, 2 cents per superficial foot, in addition. 98 In addition thereto, if rubbed in whole or in part, 3 cents per superficial foot. 90 In addition thereto, if polished in whole or in part (whether or not rubbed), 6 cents per superficial foot.

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

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234(a) Granite suitable for use as monu

mental, paving, or building

stone, n. s. p. f.:
Hewn, dressed, pointed, pitched, i 60 por cent... 50 per cent i

25 per cent.1
lined, or polished, or otherwise

manufactured. Unmanufactured, or not dressed, 25 cents per cu. ft. 15 cents per cu. 3 cents per cu. ft.1 pointed, pitched, lined, hewn,

ft.1 or polished. 234(b) Travertine stone, unmanufactured, 25 cents per cu. ft. 15 cents per cu. 3 cents per cu. ft. or not dressed, hown, or polished.

ft. 234(c) Freestone, sandstone, limestone,

lava, and all other stone suit-
able for use as monumental or
building stone, except marble,

breccia, and onyx, n. s. p. f.:
Hewn, dressed, or polished, or 50 per cent.

50 per cent.

25 per cent. otherwise manufactured. Unmanufactured, or not dressed, 15 cents per cu. ft. . 15 cents per cu. ft. 3 cents per cu. ft.

hewn, or polished.
235 Slate, slates, slate chimney pieces,
mantels, slabs for tables, roofing

25 per cent.
(15 per cent.

10 per cent.
slates, and all other manufactures

(Free 3

Free. of slate, n. s. p. f. 236 Watch crystals or watch glasses,

S60 per cent
finished or unfinished.

60 per cent
150 per cent 4

30 per cent.

1“Pointed, pitched, lined” not in acts of 1913 and 1922.
?"Limestone, building or monumental, unmanufactured, n. s. p. f."
3 “Slate"-new in act of 1930— Free as “minerals, crude, n. s. p. f.” under acts of 1913 and 1922.

Watch crystals, unfinished, dutiable as manufactures of glass, n. s.p.f. Watch glasses used in automobile headlights, dials, clock faces, etc., subject to duty at rates provided for cylinder, crown, and sheet glass, with additional duty, if bent.

"Parts of watches, n. s. p. f."

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301 Iron in pigs and iron kentledge... $1.125 per ton... 75 cents per ton 1.- Free.

Spiegeleisen? containing more than 75 cents per ton... 75 cents per ton... Free.3

1 per cent of carbon.
Granular or sponge iron -
$2.25 per ton.. (6).

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Wrought and cast scrap iron, scrap 75 cents per ton... 75 cents per ton -- Free.

steel.10
Hammer scale, roll scale, and mill 75 cents per ton... 75 cents per ton 11. Frec.

scale.
Alloy content of products enumer-

ated in paragraph 301: 3
Vanadium content in excess of $1 per lb.

(12).

(12).
one-tenth of 1 per cent.
Tungsten content in excess of 72 cents per lb..... (12).

(12).
two-tenths of 1 per cent.
Molybdenum content in excess

65 cents per
lb. (12)

(12).
of two-tenths of 1 per cent.
Chromium content in excess of 3 cents per lb. (12).....

(12).
two-tenths of 1 per cent.
302(a) Manganese ore or concentrates 13 1 cent per lb.14 1 cent per lb.15- Free. 16
(b) | Molybdenum ore or concentrates 13. 35 cents per lb. 35 cents per lb. Free.17

Tungsten ore or concentrates 13 50 cents per lb. 45 cents per lb. Free. (d) Ferromanganese, 18 containing more 178 cents per lb.19-178 cents per lb.19.

Free.20 than 1 per cent of carbon. (e) | Manganese metal, manganese sili- 178 cents per lb.10 176 cents per lb.19 10 per cent.21 con, manganese boron.

and 15 per cent. and 15 per cent. Ferromanganese and spiegeleisen, 178 cents per lb.19 178 cents per lb.19 Free. 20

containing not more than 1 per and 15 per cent. and 15 per cent.

cent of carbon. o Ferromolybdenum, metallic molyb- 50 cents per lb.13 50 cents per lb.13 15 per cent.22

denum, molybdenum powder, and 15 per cent. and 15 per cent.
and all other alloys of molyb-

denum.
Calcium molybdate and all other 50 cents per lb.13 50 cents per lb.13 15 per cent. 23

compounds of molybdenum. and 15 per cent. and 15 per cent. (g) | Tungsten: Metal, carbide, and 60 cents per lb.18 60 cents per lb.13,24 15 per cent. 23,25

mixtures or combinations in and 50 per cent. and 25 per cent.

lumps, grains or powder. Tungstic acid and all other com- 60 cents per lb.13 60 cents per lb.13 15 per cent. 21

pounds of tungsten, n. s. p. f. and 40 per cent. and 25 per cent. (b) Ferrotungsten, ferrochromium 60 cents per lb.13 60 cents per lb.13 15 per cent.20

tungsten, chromium tungsten, and 25 per cent. and 25 per cent.
chromium cobalt tungsten, tung-
sten nickel, and all other alloys

of tungsten, n. s. p. f. 1 $1.125 per ton, by presidential proclamation effective Mar. 25, 1927, under sec. 315. · Provided, That spiegeleisen for the purposes of this Act shall be an iron manganese alloy containing less than 30 per cent of manganese. (Acts of 1930 and 1922.)

3 Spiegeleisen. (Act of 1913.)
4 "Containing more than 1 per cent of carbon” added in acts of 1922 and 1930.

New classification in act of 1930. 6 Dutiable as iron in pigs at 75 cents or $1.125 per ton, or at 30 per cent as "mineral substances, wholly or partly manufactured, n. s. p. 1.".

7 Classification uncertain.

8 Scrap valued at not more than 7 cents per pound, dutiable at 75 cents per ton; when valued at more than 7 cents per pound, classified and dutiable as waste, n. s. p. f., at 10 per cent. (Act of 1922.) This provision was stricken from the act of 1930.

Scrap iron and steel. (Act of 1913.) 10 Provided further, That nothing shall be deemed scrap iron or scrap steel except secondhand or waste or refuse iron or steel fit only to be remanufactured. (Acts of 1913, 1922, and 1930.)

11 Classified and dutiable as iron or steel scrap when valued at not more than 7 cents per pound; when valued at more than 7 cents per pound, classified and dutiable as waste n. s. p. f., at 10 per cent.

12 No corresponding provision. No additional duty. 13 Duty on the metallic content of the metal named.

14 Containing in excess of 10 per cent manganese; includes ferruginous manganese ore and manganiferous iron ore.

(Act of 1930.) 15 Containing in excess of 30 per cent manganese; ore containing in excess of 10 per cent but not more than 30 per cent manganese, free. (Act of 1922.)

16 Manganese, oxide, and ore of.
17 Minerals, crude.
18 Provided, That ferromanganese for the purpose of this Act shall be such iron manganese alloys as contain
30 per cent or more of manganese. (Acts of 1922 and 1930.)

1. On the manganese contained therein.
20 Carbon content not specified in Act of 1913.
21 Metals unwrought, n. s. p. f. (Act of 1913.)
22 Alloys used in the manufacture of steel, n. s. p. f.
23 Chemical compounds, mixtures, and salts, n. s. p. f. (Act of 1913.)
34 Metallic tungsten, and all other alloys of tungsten.
25 Tungsten metal.
20 Ferrotungsten,

and other alloys used in the manufacture of steel.

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