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Watch movements-Continued. 367 (c) (3) Assemblies and subassem- 3 cents for each blies:

part or piece of
Each assembly or subassembly, material.s

consisting of two or more parts
or pieces of metal or other
material joined or fastened
together, except jewels, pillar

$45 per cent

30 per cent.
or bottom plates or their
equivalent, and a balance
assembly (unless dutiable
under clause 1 of this sub-

paragraph).
Balance assembly 6.

50 cents each
Jewels (set) for movements, 15 cents each. 45 per cent 4 30 per cent.

assemblies, or subassemblies.
(4) All other parts...

65 per cent.
45 per cent.

30 per cent. 367(a) Jewels (unset).

10 per cent.
10 per cent.

10 per cent. 367 (e)

Dials less than 1.77 inches wide: ?
Imported separately -

5 cents each and

45 per cent.
N. S. p. f.

See subpars. C (1),
c (3), C (4).

30 per cent.
Enameled

3 cents each and

45 per cent. Other

45 per cent 4
367(1) Cases, containers, or housings: 8
(1) Of gold or platinum.. 75 cents each and

45 per cent.
(2) Of silver, or in part of gold, 40 cents each and
silver, or platinum.

45 per cent.
(3) Set with precious or semi- 40 cents each and

precious stones, or imitations, 45 per cent.
or if prepared for such set-

45 per cent..

30 per cent.
tings.
(4) Of base metal, not contain- 20 cents each and

ing gold, silver, or platinum. 45 per cent.
(5) Any of the abovē, if enam- 15 per cent addi-
eled.

tional. 367 (g) Any of the foregoing cases, con

tainers, or housings, shall have
cut, engraved, or die sunk, con:
spicuously and indelibly on the
inside of the back cover the name
in full of the manufacturer or
purchaser and the name of the

country of manufacture.
367(h) For the purposes of this paragraph

the width of any movement, me-
chanism, device, or instrument,
shall be the shortest surface di-
mension through the center of
the pillar or bottom plate, or its
equivalent, not including in the
measurement any portion not
essential to the functioning of
the

movement, mechanism,

device, or instrument. 367 (i) For the purposes of this paragraph

and par. 368 the term “jewel”

includes substitutes for jewels. 367 (j) An article required by this para

graph to be marked shall be
denied entry unless marked in
exact conformity with the re-

quirements of this paragraph.
4 Du able as parts er the act of 1922.

No assembly or subassembly shall be subject to a greater amount of duty than would be borne by the complete movement, mechanism, device, or instrument for which suitable, nor to a less rate of duty than 45 per cent.

6 For the purpose of this clause a balance assembly shall be an assembly consisting of a balance wheel, balance staff, and hairspring, with or without the other parts commercially known as parts of a balance assembly. For the purpose of this clause bimetallic balance wheels (not part of a balance assembly), and mainsprings with riveted ends, shall each be considered as one part or piece.

7 Dials for any of the movements, mechanisms, devices, or instruments provided for in this paragraph, whether or not attached thereto, shall have stamped, cut, engraved, or die sunk, conspicuously and indelibly thereon the name of the country of manufacture; which marking, if the dial is imported attached to any of the foregoing movements, mechanisms, devices, or instruments, shall be placed on the face of the dial in such manner as not to be obscured by any part of the case, container, or housing.

8 Finished or unfinished, suitable for, and whether or not containing the foregoing movements, mechanisms, devices, or instruments, except such cases as are used for shipping purposes only. (Act of 1930.)

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368(a) Clocks, clock movements, includ.

ing lever movements (except
the articles enumerated or de-
scribed in par. 367) whether or
not in cases, containers, or

housings:
(1) (2) Valued at not more than 55 cents each and 35 cents each and
$1.10 each.

65 per cent.

45 per cent. Valued at more than $1.10 but $1 each and 65 per 70 cents each and not more than $2.25 each.

cent.

45 per cent. Valued at more than $2.25 but $1.50 each and 65 $1 each and 45 per not more than $5 each.

cent.

$30 per cent. 10
Valued at more than $5 but not $3 each and 65 per $2 each and 45 per
more than $10 each.

cent.

cent.
Valued at more than $10 each. $4.50 each and 65 $3 each and 45 per

per cent.

cent. (3) Containing jewels.....

Above rates and

25 cents addi

tional per jewel. Having 1 or 2 jewels in the escape

$1 each and 45 per ment.

cent. Having 3 or 4 jewels in the escape

$2 each and 45 per

30 per cent. ment.

cent. Having more than 4 jewels in the

$4 each and 45 per escapement.

cent. Chronometers, box or ship...---- Rates for clocks 45 per cent.

and clock move

ments. 368(b) All the foregoing shall have cut,

engraved, or die sunk, conspic-
uously and indelibly on the most
visible part of the front or back
plate: The name of the country
of manufacture; the name of the
manufacturer or purchaser; and
the number of jewels, if any.
If such markings are in whole or
in part sufficiently similar to the
trade name or trade-mark of an
established American manu-
facturer as to be liable to deceive
the user in the United States,
entry thereof shall be denied, if
such trade name or trade-mark
has been placed on file with the
collector of customs. (Similar
marking provisions are contained

in the act of 1922.)
368 (c) Parts:
(1) Parts (except plates or 45 per cent.

45 per cent.

30 per cent.
jewels) imported with
complete movements
(not exceeding 142 per
cent of the value of such

movements).
(2) Plate or plates in a set, One-half of the 50 per cent 11

30 per cent.
necessary for assembling amount of duty
any foregoing movement, which would be
with
or without

borne by the
semblies attached.

complete move-
ment, etc., for

which suitable.
Assemblies or subassemblies-
(3) Not attached to a plate or 65 per cent.-------

50 per cent 11
plates.
For each part or piece 12 3 cents additional.

(except jewels).
Jewels..

25 cents each in

lieu of 3 cents. 9 If without jewels in the escapement. 10 Time detectors, 15 per cent. (Act of 1913.)

11 If imported separately; otherwise at the rate for movements, mechanisms, etc., according to escapement and jewels.

12 Bimetallic balance wheels, and mainsprings with riveted ends, shall each be considered as 1 part or piece.

as

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368(c) | Parts—Continued.

Assemblies or subassemblies

Continued.
(4) Attached to a plate or

plates-
For each part or piece 5 cents each

50 per ceni 11

30 per cent. (except plate or plates

and jewels). Jewels.

25 cents each in

lieu of 5 cents.
(5) No assembly or subas-

sembly shall be subject
to a greater amount of
duty than the complete
movement for which

suitable.
(6) Parts, n. s. p. f. (except 65 per cent. 50 per cent 11 30 per cent.

jewels).
Jewels, n. s. p. f.
10 per cent par. 10 per cent.

10 per cent.

367(d). 368(d) Dials: Imported separately 18.

50 per cent. N. S. p. i..

See subpars. c(1),

c(3), c(4), C(6). Enameled..

3 cents each and

30 per cent.

45 per cent. Other

50 per cent 11. 368(e) Cases, containers, or housings, n. s. p. f. imported separately.14 45 per cent.

45 per cent

30 per cent. 368(a) Clockwork mechanisms, time

keeping, time-measuring, or
time-indicating mechanisms,
devices, and instruments, syn-
chronous and subsynchronous
motors of less than one-fortieth
of one horsepower valued at
not more than $3 each, not in-
cluding the value of gears or
other attachments, and any
mechanism, device, or instru-
ment intended or suitable for
measuring time, distance, speed,
or fares, or the flowage of water,
gas, or electricity, or similar
uses, or for regulating, indicat-
ing, or controlling the speed of
arbors, drums, disks, or similar
uses, or for recording or indicat-
ing time, or for recording, indi-

According to matecating, or performing any oper

rial of chief value. ation or function at a predetermined time or times, all the above (except the articles enumerated or described in paragraph 367), whether or not in cases, containers, or housings (except clocks, and clock movements): (1)(2) Valued at not more than 55 cents each and 35 cents each and $1.10 each.

65 per cent.

45 per cent. Valued at more than $1.10 but $1 each and 65 per 70 cents each and not more than $2.25 each.

cent.

45 per cent. Valued at more than $2.25 but $1.50 each and 65 $1 each and 45 per not more than $5 each.

per cent.

cent. Valued at more than $5 but $3 each and 65 per

$2 each and 45 per not more than $10 each.

cent.

cent..
Valued at more than $10 each.. $4.50 each and 65 $3 each and 45 per

per cent.

cent. (3) Containing jewels..

Above rates and

25 cents addi

tional per jewel. ! If without jewels in the escapement. 11 If imported separately; otherwise at the rate for movements, mechanisms, etc., according to escape.. ment and jewels.

13 All such dials (whether imported separately or attached to any of the foregoing) shall have stamped, cut, engraved, or die sunk, conspicuously and indelibly thereon the name of the country of manufacture; which marking, if the dial is imported attached to any of the foregoing movements, mechanisms, devices, or instruments, shall be placed on the face of the dial in such manner as not to be obscured by any part of the case, container, or housing. (Similar marking provisions are contained in the act of 1922.)

14 Any such case, container, or housing, whether imported separately or attached to any of the foregoing, movements, mechanisms, devices, or instruments, shall have stamped, cut, engraved, or die sunk, con: spicuously and indelibly on the back thereof, the name of the country of manufacture.

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368(a) Clockwork mechanisms, etc-Con.

(3) Containing jewels-Contd.
Having 1 or 2 jewels in the

$1 each and 45 per
escapement.

cent. Having 3 or 4 jewels in the

$2 each and 45 per escapement.

According to mate

cent. Having more than 4 jewels in

rial of chief value.

$4 each and 45 per the escapement.

cent. If without escapement.

45 per cent... 368(b) All the foregoing shall have cut,

engraved, or die sunk, conspic-
uously and indelibly on the
most visible part of the front or
back plate: The name of the
country of manufacture; the
name of the manufacturer or pur-
chaser; and the number of jewels,
if any. If such markings are in
whole or in part sufficiently sim-
ilar to the trade name or trade-
mark of an established American
manufacturer as to be liable to
deceive the user in the United
States, entry thereof shall be
denied, if such trade name or
trade-mark has been placed on
file with the collector of customs.
(Similar marking provisions are

contained in the act of 1922.) 368(c) Parts:

Assemblies or subassemblies--
(1) Parts (except jewels) im- 45 per cent.

45 per cent. According to ma. ported with complete

terial of chief mechanisms, etc. (not ex

value.
ceeding 1% per cent of
the value of such mech.

anisms, etc.)
(2) Plate or plates in a set, One-half of the 50 per cent 11 According to ma-
necessary for assembling amount of duty

terial of chief any of the foregoing borne by the

value.
mechanism, device, or complete move-
instrument, with or ment for which
without assemblies at- suitable.

tached.
(3) Not attached to a plate or 65 per cent.

50 per cent 11 According to maplates.

terial of

chief

value.
(4) Attached to a plate or

plates-
For each part or piece12 5 cents each.... 50 per cent.

According to ma(except plate or plates

terial of chief and jewels).

value. Jewels.

25 cents each in

lieu of 5 cents.
(5) No assembly or subas-

sembly shall be subject to
a greater amount of duty
than the complete mech-
anism, etc., for which

suitable.
(6) Parts, n. s. p. f. (except 65 per cent..

50 per cent 11

According to

majewels).

terial of chief

value.
Jewels, n. s. p. f.
10 per cent par. 10 per cent.

10 per cent.

367 (d). 368(d) Dials: Imported separately 13.

50 per cent. N. s. p. f...

See subpars. c(1),

C(3), c(4), c(6).
Enameled.

3 cents each and 45 30 per cent.

per cent. Other.....

50 per cent 11 According to mate

rial of chief value. 11 If imported separately; otherwise at the rate for movements, mechanisms, etc., according to escapement and jewels.

12 Bimetallic balance wheels, and mainsprings with riveted ends, shall each be considered as 1 part or piece.

13 All such dials (whether imported separately or attached to any of the foregoing) shall have stamped, cut, engraved, or die sunk, conspicuously and indelibly thereon the name of the country of manufacture; which marking, if the dial is imported attached to any of the foregoing movements, mechanisms, devices, or instruments, shall be placed on the face of the dial in such manner as not to be obscured by any part of the case, container, or housing. (Similar marking provisions are contained in the act of 1922.)

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368(e) Cases 14

45 per cent.
45 per cent... According to mate-

rial of chief value 368(1) | An article required by this para

graph to be marked shall be de-
nied entry unless marked in exact
conformity with the requirements

of this paragraph. 368(8) Taximeters and parts thereof, fin- 85 per cent.. $3 each and 45 per According to mateished or unfinished.

cent. 13 369(a) Automobiles, 18 finished or unfin

rial of chief value. ished: Trucks valued at $1,000 or more 25 per cent.

25 per cent.. 30 or 45 per cent. 17 each. Truck and bus chassis valued at 25 per cent.

25 per cent.

30 per cent.
$750 or more each.
Truck bodies valued at $250 or

25 per cent.

25 per cent.. 45 per cent.
more each.
Busses designed for the carriage 25 per cent.

25 per cent.

30 or 45 per cent.'s of more than 10 persons, and

bodies for such busses. 369(b) All other automobiles, chassis 10 per cent.

25 per cent.. 30 or 45 per cent.'9 and bodies. 369(c) Parts (except tires and except 25 per cent

25 per cent.

30 per cent. 20 parts wholly or in chief value

of glass). 369(b) Motorcycles,18 finished or unfin- 10 per cent.

25 per cent.

25 per cent
ished.
Parts of (except tires and except 25 per cent.

25 per cent. 25 per cent.26
parts wholly or in chief value

of glass). 370 Airplanes, hydroplanes, motor 30 per cent. 30 per cent.. According to matoboats, 21 and parts of.

rial of chief value. 371 | Bicycles, and parts thereof, not in. cluding tires.23

30 per cent.
30 per cent.

$25 per cent.22

120 per cent. 24 372 Steam engines, reciprocating. 15 per cent.

15 per cent.

15 per cent.
Parts of.

15 per cent.
40 per cent 21

20 per cent.25
Steam turbines

20 per cent.
15 per cent.

15 per cent.
Parts of..

20 per cent.
40 per cent 25

20 per cent.25
Steam locomotives.

15 per cent.
15 per cent.

15 per cent.
Parts of..

15 per cent.
40 per cent 26

20 per cent.'
Sewing machines, n. s. p. 1., valued 15 per cent. 15 per cent.

Free.
at not more than $75 each, and

parts, except shuttles.
Sewing machines, n. s. p. f., valued 30 per cent.

30 per cent.

Free.
at more than $75 each, and parts,
except shuttles.
Cash registers and parts.-

25 per cent.
25 per cent.

Free.
Printing presses..

25 per cent.
30 per cent

15 per cent.
Parts of..

25 per cent.

40 per cent 25 20 per cent.25 14 Any such case, container, or housing, whether imported separately or attached to any of the foregoing movements, mechanisms, devices, or instruments, shall have stamped, cut, engraved, or die sunk, conspicuously and indelibly on the back thereof, the name of the country of manufacture.

15 $3 each and 27.1 per cent on American selling price by presidential proclamation effective Dec. 27, 1925, under sec. 315.

16 It any country, dependency, province, or other subdivision of government imposes a duty on any article specified in this paragraph, when imported from the United States, in excess of the duty herein provided, there shall be imposed upon such article, when imported either directly or indirectly from such country, dependency, province, or other subdivision of government, a duty equal to that imposed by such country, dependency, province. or other subdivision of government on such article imported from the United States, but in no case shall such duty exceed 50 per cent. (Acts of 1922 and 1930.) 17 30 per cent if valued at less than $2,000; 45 per cent if valued at $2,000 or more. 18 Busses, 30 per cent if valued at less than $2,000; 45 per cent if valued at $2,000 or more; bus bodies, 45 per cent. 19 Automobiles valued at $2,000 or more, and bodies, 45 per cent; automobiles valued at less than $2,000, and chassis, 30 per cent.

20 Finished parts only (whether of glass or not, and not including tires). 21 The term motor boat,” when used in this act, includes a yacht or pleasure boat, regardless of length or tonnage, whether sail, steam, or motor propelled, owned by a resident of the United States or brought into the United States for sale or charter to a resident'thereof, whether or not such yacht or boat is brought into the United States under its own power, but does not include a yacht or boat used or intended to be used in trade or commerce, nor a yacht or boat built, or for the building of which a contract was entered into, prior to Dec. 1, 1927. (Added in act of 1930 from Revenue act of 1928, sec. 708.)

21 Bicycles and finished parts.
$ If any country, dependency, province, or other subdivision of government imposes a duty on any
article specified in this paragraph, when imported from the United States, in excess of the duty herein pro-
vided, there shall be imposed upon such article, when imported either directly or indirectly from such
country, dependency, province, or other subdivision of government, a duty equal to that imposed by such
country, dependency, province, or other subdivision of government on such article imported from the
United states, but in no case shall such duty exceed 50 per cent. (Acts of 1922 and 1930.)

24 Unfinished parts.
25 Articles or wares composed wholly or in chief value of base metal.

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