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Schedule 10.Flax, Hemp, and Jute, and Manufactures ofContinued

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1011 Plain-woven fabries, not including

articles finished or unfinished,
weighing less than 4 ounces per

square yard-Continued.
Jute, blached, dyed, colored, 35 per cent. 35 per cent

10 per cent
stained, painted, printed, or
rendered noninflammable' by

any process.
Other vegetable fiber, except 35 per cent.. 35 per cent.

35 per cent.
cotton.
1012 Pile fabrics, whether or not the pile

covers the entire surface, wholly
or in chief value of vegetable
fiber, except cotton, and all arti-
cles,finished or unfinished, made

or cut from such pile fabrics:
If the pile is wholly cut or wholly

uncut-
Flax; hemp, or ramie..
45 per cent.

(40 per cent.
Other vegetable fiber.
45 per cent.

35 per cent. 21 If the pile is partly cut

445 per cent.
Flax, hemp, or ramie..
50 per cent.

40 per cent.
Other vegetable fiber..
50 per cent.

(35 per cent. 21 1013 Table damask, wholly or in chief | 45 per cent. 40 per cent..

35 per cent.21 value of vegetable fiber, except cotton, and all articles, finished or unfinished, made or cut from

such damask
1014 Towels and napkins, finished or

unfinished, wholly or in chief
value of flax, hemp, or ramie,
or of which these substances or
any of them is the component
material of chief value:
Not exceeding 120 threads to the 55 per cent.

55 per cent.

35 per cent 21 square inch, counting the warp

and filling.
Exceeding 120 threads to the 40 per cent... 40 per cent..

35 per cnt.21
square inch, counting the warp

and filling.
Sheets and pillow cases, wholly or 40 per cent. 40 per cent...

35 per cent.21
in chief value of flax, hemp, or
ramie, or of which these sub-
stances or any of them is the com-

ponent material of chief value. 1015 Fabrics, with fast edges, not ex- 35 per cent. 35 per cent.. 30 per cent or 35 ceeding 12 inches in width, and

per cent.21
articles made therefrom, wholly
or in chief value of vegetable
fiber, except cotton, or of vege-
table fiber, except cotton, and

india rubber.
Tubings, garters, suspenders, 35 per cent. 35 per cent.---

25 per cent.28
braces, cords, tassels, and cords
and tassels, wholly or in chief
value of vegetable fiber, except
cotton, or of vegetable fiber, ex-

cept cotton, and india rubber.
Tapes, wholly or in part of flax, 30 per cent.--. 30 per cent.----- 20 per cent.

woven with or without metal
threads, on reels, spools, or other
wise, and designed expressly for
use in the manufacture of meas-

uring tapes.
1016 Handkerchiefs, wholly or in chief

value of vegetable fiber, except cotton, finished or unfinished: Not hemmed..

35 per cent. 35 per cent. 35 per cent.
Hemmed

50 per cent.
45 per cent.

35 per cent.
Hemstitched, or unfinished hay- 50 per cent. 45 per cent. 40 per cent.

ing drawn threads.
With handrolled or handmade 1 cent each and 50 45 per cent. 35 per cent.
hems.

per cent. 31 All woven articles, finished or unfinished, and all manufactures of flax, hemp, ramie, or other vegetable fiber, n. s. p. I.

33 Paragraph 262 for vegetable fiber and certain combinations, n. s. p..

Scehdule 10.Flax, Hemp, and Jute, and Manufactures of —Continued

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1017 Clothing, and articles of wearing 35 per cent. 35 per cent.. 30 per cent.

apparel of every description,
wholly or in chief value of vege-
table fiber, except cotton, and
whether manufactured wholly or
in part, n. s. p. 1.
Shirt collars and cuffs, wholly or 40 cents per doz. 40 cents per doz. 30 per cent.24
in part of flax.

and 10 per cent. and 10 per cent. 1018 Bags or sacks:

Made from plain-woven fabrics

of single jute yarns-
Not bleached, printed, sten- 1 cent per lb. and 1 cent per lh. and 10 per cent.

ciled, painted, dyed, colored, 10 per cent. 10 per cent.
nor rendered noninflammable.
Bleached, printed, stenciled, 1 cent per lb. and 1 cent per lb. and 35 per cent. 21
painted, dyed, colored, or 15 per cent. 15 per cent.

rendered noninflammable.
Made from twilled or other fab-

rics wholly of jute-
Not bleached, printed, sten- 1 cent per lb. and 1 cent per lb. and 35 per cent.21

ciled, painted, dyed, colored, 10 per cent. 10 per cent.

nor rendered noninflammable
Bleached, printed, stenciled, 1 cent per lb. and 1 cent per lb. and 35 per cent.21

painted, dyed, colored, or 15 per cent. 15 per cent.

rendered noninflammable. 1019 Bagging for cotton, gunny cloth,

and similar fabrics, suitable for
covering cotton, composed of
single yarns made of jute, jute
butts, or other vegetable fiber,
not bleached, dyed, colored,
stained, painted, or printed,
not exceeding 16 threads to the
square inch, counting the warp
and filling:
Weighing not less than 15 nor 610 cent per sq. yd. 10 cent per sq. yd. Free.

more than 32 ounces per square
yard.
Weighing more than 32 ounces 310 cent per lb. 310 cent per lb...-- Free.

per square yard.
1020 Linoleum:
Inlaid.

42 per cent. 35 per cent. 35 per cent. Other, including corticine and 35 per cent. 35 per cent. 30 per cent.

cork carpet.
Floor oilcloth

20 per cent. 20 per cent. 20 per cent.
Mats or rugs:
Linoleum-
Inlaid.

42 per cent
35 per cent.

35 per cent.
Other

35 per cent
35 per cent.

30 per cent.
Floor oilcloth.

20 per cent.
20 per cent

20 per cent. 1021 Common China, Japan, and India 3 cents sq. yd. 3 cents sq. yd. 242 cents sq. yd.

straw matting, and floor cover-
ings made therefrom.
Carpets, carpeting, mats, matting, 35 per cent. 35 per cent 30 per cent or 242
and rugs, wholly or in chief value

cents per sq.yd. 25 of flax, hemp, or jute, or a mixture

thereof.
Floor coverings n. s. p. f...-

40 per cent. 40 per cent. 242 cents sc. yd. 26 1022 | Matting, and articles made there- 10 cents sq. yd... 8 cents sq. yd. 5 cents sq. yd.

from 27 wholly or in chief value of
cocoa fiber or rattan.
Pile mats and floor coverings, 8 cents sq. ft
wholly or in chief value of cocoa

fiber or rattan.
Mats made or cocoa fiber or rattan..

6 cents sq,

ft. 3 cents sq. ft. 1023 All manufactures, wholly or in 40 per cent.

40 per cent

35 per cent.
chief value of vegetable fiber, ex-
cept cotton, n. s. p. f.

21 All woven articles, finished or unfinished, and all manufactures of flax, hemp, ramie, or other vegetable fiber, n. s. p. f. 24 * Linen" instead of “flax." 25 Matting. 28 “Floor mattings, plain, fancy, or figured, including mats and rugs, manufactured from

other vegetable substances, not otherwise provided for in this section, and having a warp of cotton, hemp, or other vegetable substances

27 “Articles made therefrom” added by act of 1930.

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1101(a) Wools:1 Donskoi, Smyrna, Cordova,

Valparaiso, Ecuadorean, Syr-
ian, Aleppo, Georgian, Turke-
stan, Arabian, Bagdad, Per-
sian, Sistan, East Indian, Thi-
betan, Chinese, Manchurian,
Mongolian, Egyptian, Sudan,
Cyprus, Sardinian, Pyrenean,
Oporto, Iceland, Scotch Black-
face, Black Spanish, Kerry,
Haslock, and Welsh Mountain;
similar wools without merino
or English blood; all other wools
of whatever blood or origin
not finer than 40s; and hair of

the camel:
In the grease or washed.
24 cents per lb.:.

Free.3
Scoured
27 cents per lb.a.

Free.3
On the skin.
22 cents per lb.a.

Free.3
Sorted, or matchings, if not 25 cents per lb.: .

Free.3
scoured.
Provided, That a tolerance of

not more than 10 per centum
of wool not finer than 44s may
be allowed in each bale or
package of wools imported as
not finer than 40s: Provided
further, That all the foregoing
may be imported under bond
in an amount to be fixed by
the Secretary of the Treasury
and under such regulations as
he shall prescribe; and if with-
in three years from the date of
importation or withdrawal
from bonded warehouse satis-
factory proof is furnished that
the wools or hair have been
used in the manufacture of
yarns which have been used
in the manufacture of press
cloth, camel's hair belting,
rugs, carpets, or any other
floor covering, or in the manu-
facture of knit or felt boots or
heavy fulled lumbermen's
socks, the duties shall be re-
mitted or refunded: And pro-
vided further, That if any such
wools or hair imported under
bond as above prescribed are
used in the manufacture of
articles other than press cloth,
camel's hair belting, rugs,
carpets, or any other floor
coverings, or knit or felt boots
or heavy fulled lumbermen's
socks, there shall be levied,
collected, and paid on any
such wools or hair so used in
violation of the bond, in addi.

tion to the regular duties pro* Emergency tariff act of 1921: Par. 19. Wool and hair of the kind provided for in paragraph 18, when advanced in any manner or by any process of manufacture beyond the washed or scoured condition, and manufactures of which wool or bair of the kind provided for in paragraph 18 is the component material of chief value, 45 cents per pound in addition to the rates of duty imposed thereon by existing law.

1 Under the act of 1922, wools improved by the admixture of merino or English blood were dutiable in the grease or washed, 31 cents per pound of clean content.

? Of clean content.
3 Emergency tariff act of 1921:

Par. 18. Wool, commonly known as clothing wool, including bair of the camel, angora goat, and alpaca, but not such wools as are commonly known as carpet wools: Unwashed, 15 cents per pound; washed, 30 cents per pound; scoured, 45 cents per pound. Unwashed wools shall be considered such as shall have been shorn from the animal without any cleaning; washed wools shall be considered such as have been washed with water only on the animal's back or on the skin; wools washed in any other manner than on the animal's back or on the skin shall be considered as scoured wool. On wool and hair provided for in this paragraph, which is sorted or increased in value by the rejection of any part of the original fleece, the duty shall be twice the duty to which it would otherwise be subject, but not more than 45 cents per pound,

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1101(a) Wools-Continued.

Sorted, or matchings, if not
scoured.-Continued.
vided by this paragraph, 50
cents per pound, which shall
not be remitted' or refunded
on exportation of the articles

or for any other reason.
Wools, not improved by the admix-

ture of Merino or English blood,
such as Donskoi, native Smyr-
na, native South America, Cor-
dova, Valparaiso, and other
wools of like character or de-

scription, and hair of the camel:
In the grease-

12 cents per lb...-Scoured.

24 cents per lb. Washed.

18 cents per lb. On the skin.

11 cents per lb...1101(b)| For the purposes of this schedule: (1) Wools and hair in the grease

(5)

(5).
shall be considered such as are
in their natural condition as
shorn from the animal, and not
cleansed otherwise than by
shaking, willowing, or burr-

picking;
(2) Washed wools and hair shall

(6).
be considered such as have been
washed, with water only, on
the animal's back or on the
skin, and all wool and hair, not
scoured, with a higher clean
yield than 77 per centum shall

be considered as washed;
(3) Scoured wools and hair shall

be considered such as have been
otherwise cleansed (not includ-
ing, shaking, willowing, burr-
picking, or carbonizing);
(4) Sorted wools or hair, or
matchings, shall be wools and
hair (other than skirtings)
wherein the identity of indi-
vidual fleeces has been des-
troyed, except that skirted
fleeces shall not be considered
sorted wools or hair, or match-
ings, unless the backs have been
removed; and
(5) The official standards of the
United States for grades of
wool as established by the
Secretary of Agriculture on
June 18, 1926, pursuant to law,
shall be the standards for de-

termining the grade of wools. 4 ActIof 1922: Provided, That such wools may be imported under bond in an amount to be fixed by the Secretary of the Treasury and under such regulations as he shall prescribe; and if within three years from the date of importation or withdrawal from bonded warehouse satisfactory proof is furnished that the wools have been used in the manufacture of rugs, carpets, or any other floor coverings, the duties shall be remitted or refunded: Provided further, That if any such wools imported under bond as above prescribed are used in the manufacture of articles other than rugs, carpets, or any other floor coverings, there shall be levied, collected, and paid on any wools so used in violation of the bond, in addition to the regular duties provided by this paragraph, 20 cents per pound, which shall not be remitted or refunded on exportation of the articles or for any other reason.

o Wools in the grease shall be considered such as shall have been shorn from the sheep without any cleansing; that is, in their natural condition.

6 Washed wools shall be considered such as have been washed with water only on the sheep's back, or on the skin.

Schedule 11.-Wool and Manufactures ofContinued

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1102(a) Wools, n. s. p. f., not finer than

44s:
In the grease or washed.

29 cents per lb.2. 31 cents per lb.4 Free.3
Scoured..

32 cents per lb.2- 31 cents per lb.4- Free.3 On the skin...

27 cents per lb.2 30 cents per 1b.4. Free.
Sorted, or matchings, if not 30 cents per lb... 31 cents per lb.4.- Free.3

scoured.
Provided, That a tolerance of

not more than 10 per centum
of wools not finer than 46s
may be allowed in each bale
or package of wools imported

as not finer than 44s.
1102(b) Wools, n. s. p. f.:
In the grease or washed.

34 cents per lb. 31 cents per lb. Free.3 Scoured

37 cents per lb.. 31 cents per lb- Free.3 On the skin.

32 cents per lb. 30 cents per lb.2. Free.
Sorted, or matchings, if not 35 cents per lb. 31 cents per lb... Free.3

scoured.
Hair of the Angora goat, Cashmere

goat, alpaca, and other like

animals:
In the grease or washed

34 cents per lb.2. 31 cents per lb. 15 per cent.
Scoured.

37 cents per lb.2. 31 cents per lb. 15 per cent.3 On the skin

32 cents per lb.. 30 cents per lb.2. 15 per cent.3 Sorted, or matchings, if not 35 cents per lb.2. 31 cents per lb.2. 15 per cent. 3

scoured. 1103 If any bale or package contains

(1).

(8).
wools, hairs, wool wastes, or wool
waste material, subject to differ-
ent rates of duty, the highest rate
applicable to any part shall apply
to the entire contents of such bale
or package, except as provided in

pars. 1101 and 1102.9
1104 The Secretary of the Treasury is

hereby authorized and directed
to prescribe methods and regula-
tions for carrying out the provi-

(10)
sions of this schedule relating to
the duties on wool and hair.
The Secretary of the Treasury is
further authorized and directed
to procure from the Secretary of
Agriculture, and deposit in such
customhouses and other places in
the United States or elsewhere as
he may designate, sets of the Offi-
cial Standards of the United
States for grades of wool. He is
further authorized to display, in

(8).-
the customhouses of the United
States, or elsewhere, numbered,
but not otherwise identifiable,
samples of imported wool and
hair, to which are attached data
as to clean content and other per-
tinent facts, for the information of

the trade and of customs officers.
2 Of clian content.
3 See footnote on p. 117.
4 See footnote on p. 118.

? Par. 1103. If any bale or package containing wools, hairs, wool wastes, or wool waste material, subject 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.
3. “Except as provided in pars. 1101 and 1102” added by act of 1930.

Same as in act of 1922.

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