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Pictures, etc.—Continued.
Labels and flaps-Continued.
Printed in 8 or more colors 40 cents per lb...-- 35 cents per lb..... 20 cents perlb.

(bronze printing to be
counted as 2 colors), but not
printedi n whole or in part

in metal leaf.
Embossed or die-cut, not ex- 50 cents per lb...-- 50 cents per lb... (©).

ceeding 10 square inches

cutting size in dimensions.
Printed in whole or in part in 60 cents per lb...-- 60 cents per lb...- 35 cents per lb.

metal leaf.
Embossed or die-cut, not ex- 65 cents per lb...-- 65 cents per lb...-- (6).

ceeding 10 square inches

cutting size in dimensions.
Cigar bands 28
Printed in less than 8 colors 35 cents per lb...-- 35 cents per lb.---- 20 cents per lb.

(bronze printing to be count-
ed as 2 colors), but not print-
ed in whole or in part in metal

leaf.
Printed in 8 or more colors 50 cents per lb....- 50 cents per lb.---- 25 cents per lb.

(bronze printing to be count-
ed as 2 colors), but not print-
ed in whole or in part in metal

leaf.
Printed in whole or in part in 65 cents per lb....- 65 cents per lb...-- 40 cents per lb.

metal leaf.
Transparencies, 24 printed litho-

graphically or otherwise:
In not more than 5 printings | 40 per cent.. 25 cents per lb. 25_-15 cents per lb.

(bronze printing to be count

ed as 2 printings). In more than 5 printings 50 per cent.. 25 cents per lb. 25 .. 15 cents per lb.3%

(bronze printing to be count

ed as 2 printings).
Fashion magazines or periodicals, 8 cents per lb....--8 cents per lb...--- 6 cents per lb.

printed in whole or in part by
sithographic process, or dec-
orated by hand.
Decalcomanias-
In ceramic colors, weighing per

1,000 sheets on a basis of 20

by 30 inchesNot over 100 pounds... $1.25 per lb. and 70 cents per lb. 60 cents per lb.

15 per cent.

and 15 per cent. Over 100 pounds....

30 cents per lb. 22 cents per lb. 15 cents per lb.

and 15 per cent. and 15 per cent. All other, except toy, if not 40 cents per lb..... 40 cents per Ib..... 15 cents per lb.

backed with metal leaf. Backed with metal leaf..

65 cents per lb...-- 65 cents per lb..... 15 cents per lb. All articles other than those spe

cifically provided for in this
paragraph 26
Not exceeding 131000 inch in 30 cents per lb....- 25 cents per lb...-- 15 cents per lb.

thickness.27
Exceeding 1310oo and not ex-

ceeding 291000 inch in

thickness-
Less than 35 square inches 15 cents per lb... 10 cents per lb..... 5 cents per lb.

cutting size in dimensions.
Die-cut or embossed.. 159 cents per lb... 10% cents per lb...

Die-cut and embossed. 1612 cents per lb... 11 cents per lb...
Exceeding 35 square inches 12 cents per lb..... 972 cents per lb... 7 cents per lb.

cutting size in dimensions.
Die-cut or embossed.

1294 cents per lb... 10 cents per Ib. (6). Die-cut and embossed. 1312 cents per lb... 109 cents per lb.-- O). Exceeding 29100o inch in thick- 8% cents per lb... 742 cents per lb... 5 cents per lb.

ness. • No corresponding classification. 13 No extra duty for embossing or die-cutting. (Acts of 1922 and 1930.)

34 New classification in act of 1930: “Provided, That all invoices shall state the number of separate printings actually employed in the production of the transparency.”

25 Under acts of 1913 and 1922 transparencies were classifiable as lithographically printed articles, n. s.p.I., not exceeding sooo inch in thickness.

26 Provided, That in the case of articles herein before specified the thickness which shall determine the rate of duty to be imposed shall be that of the thinnest material found in the article, but for the purposes of this paragraph the thickness of lithographs mounted or pasted upon paper, cardboard, or other material shall be the combined thickness of the lithograph and the foundation upon which it is mounted or pasted (acts of 1913, 1922, and 1930). The cutting size shall be the area which

is the product of the greatest dimensions of length and breadth of the article, and if the article is made up of more than one piece, the cutting size shall be the combined cutting sizes of all of the lithographically printed parts in the article (acts of 1922 and 1930).

27 81000 in acts of 1913 and 1922.

Schedule 14.Papers and Books—Continued

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1107(a) Correspondence cards, writing, 3 cents per lb. and 3 cents per lb. and 25 per cent.

letter, note, drawing, and hand- and 15 per cent. and 15 per cent.
made paper, paper commonly
or commercially known as
handmade or machine hand-
made paper, japan paper and
imitation japan paper by what-
ever name known, Bristo lboard
of the kinds made on a Fourd-
rinier or a multicylinder ma-
chine,26 ledger, bond, record,
tablet, typewriter, manifold,
onionskin, and imitation onion-
skin paper, and paper similar
to any of the foregoing, all the
above weighing 829 pounds or

over per ream.
If ruled, bordered, embossed, 3 cents per lb. and 3 cents per lb. and 25 per cent.

printed, lined, or decorated in 25 per cent. 25 per cent.
any manner, whether in the
pulp or otherwise, 30 other than
by lithographic process.
Correspondence cards, and writ- 3 cents per lb. and (6).

ing, letter, and note paper, in 20 per cent.
sheets less than 110 square

inches in area.
If ruled, bordered, embossed, 3 cents per lb. and (6).
printed, lined, or decorated 30 per cent.
in any manner, whether in
the pulp or otherwise, other
than by lithographic pro-

cesses.
1407(b) Sheets of writing, letter, and note 40 per cent..

(6).
paper, with border gummed or
perforated, with or without in-
serts, prepared for use as combi-
nation sheet and envelope, and

papeteries.31
1407 (c) The term "ream as used in this

paragraph means 187,000 square
inches. (Provision to the same

effect in act of 1922.)
1408 Paper envelopes, n. s. p. f. 32
Plain.

5 per cent addi- 5 per cent addi- 15 per cent.33

tional to rate on tional to rate on
paper from paper from

which made. which made.
Bordered, embossed, printed, | 10 per cent addi- 10 per cent addi- 15 per cent.33
tinted, decorated, or lined. tional to rate on tional to rate on

paper from paper from

which made. which made. Lithographed..

30 per cent addi- 30 per cent addi- 15 per cent.33

tional to rate on tional to rate on
paper from

paper from
which made.

which made. Made from any of the papers pro

(0) --

35 per cent.
vided for in par. 1405.34
1409 Blotting paper..

30 per cent.
30 per cent

25 per cent.35
Filtering paper-

5 cents per lb. and 5 cents per lb. and 30 per cent.
15 per cent.

15 per cent. 6 No corresponding classification.

38 **Of the kinds made on a Fourdrinier machine" added in act of 1922, and “or a multicylinder'' added in act of 1930.

29 7 pounds in act of 1922. No weight specified in act of 1913.
30 “Whether in the pulp or otherwise" added in the act of 1930.

31 The term “papeteries” as used in this paragraph means writing, letter, or note paper, or correspond-
ence cards, together with the envelopes, packed or assembled into boxes, portfolios, folders, or other con-
tainers, in which such articles are sold as a unit to the ultimate consumer, including such containers.
(Act of 1930.)
32 “Filled or unfilled, whether the contents are dutiable or free,

Provided, That paper envelopes which contain merchandise subject to an ad valorem rate of duty or a duty based in whole or in part upon the value thereof shall be dutiable at the rate applicable to their contents but not less than the rates provided for herein." (Act of 1930.)

33 Paper envelopes, folded or flat, n. s. p. f.
34 Par. 324 in act of 1913; par. 1305 in act of 1922.
35 Paper n. s. p. f.

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1409 Hanging paper:
Not printed, lithographed, dyed, 10 per cent. 10 per cent.

25 per cent.36
or colored
Printed, lithographed, dyed, or 192 cents per lb. 1/2 cents per lb. 25 per cent.36
colored.

and 20 per cent. and 20 per cent.
Jacquard designs on ruled paper, or 35 per cent. 35 per cent.

25 per cent. cut on Jacquard cards, and parts

of such designs.
Paper n. s. p. f.

30 per cent.
30 per cent.

25 per cent.
Wrapping paper n. s. p. f..

30 per cent.
30 per cent.

25 per cent.
Paper commonly or commercially 30 per cent.

30 per cent 36

25 per cent.35 known as cover paper, plain,

uncoated, and undecorated. 1410 Blank books, slate books, draw- 25 per cent. 25 per cent.. 15 per cent.

ings, engravings, photographs,

etchings, maps, and charts.
Book bindings or covers wholly or 30 per cent.. 30 per cent.

30 per cent.37
in part of leather, 8. s. p. f.
Booklets, printed lithographically 7 cents per lb....-- 7 cents per lb...-.- 7 cents per lb.

or otherwise, n. s. p. f.
Booklets, wholly or in chief value of 15 cents per lb..... 15 cents per lb...-- 10 cents per lb.
paper, decorated in whole or in
part by hand or by spraying,
whether or not printed, 38 n. s. p. f.
Books of paper or other material for

15 per cent..
25 per cent...

4 cents per lb.
children's use, printed lithograph-
ically or otherwise,3' not exceed-
ing in weight 24 ounces each, with
reading matter other than letters,

numerals, or descriptive words. 40
Greeting cards, valentines, tally

cards, place cards, and all other
social and gift cards, including
folders, booklets and cutouts,
or in any other form, wholly or
partly manufactured: 11
With greeting, title, or other

wording-
Valentines

45 per cent.
(42)..

(42).
Greeting, tally, place and other 45 per cent.

45 per cent.

25 per cent.<3
social and gift cards.
Without greeting, title or other

wording-
Valentines

30 per cent.
(42).

(+2).
Greeting, tally, place and other 30 per cent.

30 per cent.

25 per cent. 48
social and gift cards.
Post cards (not including Amer- 30 per cent.

30 per cent.. 25 per cent.
ican views), plain, decorated, em-
bossed, or printed except by litho-
graphic process.
Unbound books of all kinds, bound

books of all kinds except those
bound wholly or in part in
leather, sheets or printed pages
of books bound wholly or in
part in leather, pamphlets,
music in books or sheets, and
printed matter, all the forego-
ing n. s. p. f.:
If of bona fide foreign authorship. 15 per cent 44. 15 per cent

15 per cent.45
All other, n. s. p. f..
25 per cent 44 25 per cent.

15 per cent.45
35 Paper n. s. p. f.
36 Paper hangings with paper back or composed wholly or in chief value of paper.
37 Manufactures of leather, or of which leather is the component material of Chief value, n. s. p. f.
38 “Whether or not lithographed,” in act 1913.
39 “Lithographically printed in whole or in part” in act of 1913.

50“With more reading matter than letters, numerals, or descriptive words,” added by act of 1922, and changed to “Reading matter other than' by act of 1930.

41 Greeting cards and all other social and gift cards, including those in the form of folders and booklets, wholly or partly manufactured. (Act of 1922.)

42 Various rates as lithographically printed articles, n. s. p. f., of different thicknesses. See paragraph 1406.

42 Manufactures of paper or of which paper is the component material of chief value, n. s. p. f.

14 Provided, That exported books of domestic manufacture, when returned to the United States after having been advanced in value or improved in condition by any process of manufacture or other means, shall, under rules and regulations prescribed by the Secretary of the Treasury, be dutiable only on the cost of materials added and labor performed in a foreign country.

45 Textbooks used in schools and other educational institutions, free in act of 1913.

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. See footnote on p. 132. 4 Manufactures of paper or of which paper is the component material of chief value, n. 8. p. f. 46 Manufactures of paper or papier-maché, or of which paper or papier-mâché is the component material of chief value, n. s. p. f.

17 In act of 1913 covered by "papers or cardboard, cut, die-cut, etc.," and "manufactures of paper, or of which paper is the component material of chief valué, n. š. p. f." 'Leather board or compressed leather free.

18 Laminated, glazed, coated, lined, printed, decorated, or ornamented in any manner (act of 1922).

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501(a) Yarn, wick, rope, cord, cloth, tape, 40 per cent.. 30 per cent 1. { 20 per cent. 1 and tubing, of asbestos, or of as

10 per cent. : bestos and any other spinnable fiber, with or without wire, and all manufactures of any of the foregoing, or of slivers or rovings. Slivers, rovings, of asbestos, or of 40 per cent.. 25 per cent 2

10 per cent. asbestos and any other spinnable

fiber, with or without wire.
1501(b) Molded, pressed, or formed articles, 25 per cent...... 25 per cent ?. 10 per cent.

in part of asbestos, containing
any binding agent, coating, or
filler, other than hydraulic ce-

ment or synthetic resin.
1501(c) Asbestos shingles and articles in 34 cent per lb.-... 25 per cent '. 10 per cent.:

part of asbestos, if containing
hydraulic cement or hydraulic
cement and other material, not
coated, impregnated, deco-
rated, or colored, in any man-

ner.
If coated, impregnated, deco- 1 cent per lb.... 25 per cent ?.. 10 per cent.:

rated, or colored, in any man

ner. 1501(a) All other manufactures of which 25 per cent.

25 per cent ?. 10 per cent. asbestos is the component ma

terial of chief value.
1502 Boxing gloves, baseballs, footballs, 30 per cent. 30 per cent.

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tennis balls, golf balls, and all
other balls, of whatever mate-
rial composed, finished or unfin.
ished, primarily designed for use
in physical exercise (whether or
not such exercise involves the
element of sport),4 and all clubs,
rackets, bats, golf tees, and other
equipment, such as is ordinarily
used in conjunction therewith,
all the foregoing, not specially
provided for.
Ice and roller skates, and parts 20 per cent. 20 per cent... (6).

thereof.
1503 Spangles and beads, including 35 per cent.. 35 per cent 8

35 per cent."
bugles,& not specially provided

for.
Beads of ivory ?

45 per cent.
45 per cent.

35 per cent.
Fabrics and articles 10 not ornament- 60 per cent.

60 per cent 10.

50 per cent.
ed with beads, spangles, or bugles,
nor embroidered, tamboured, ap-
pliquéd, or scalloped, composed
wholly or in chief value of beads
or spangles (other than imitation
pearl beads, beads in imitation of
precious or semiprecious stones,
and beads in chief value of syn-

thetic resin).11
Hollow or filled imitation pearl 60 per cent.

60 per cent... 35 per cent.
beads 11 of all kinds and shapes,

of whatever material composed.? 1 Yarn and woven fabrics composed wholly or in chief value of asbestos. : All other manufactures composed wholly or in chief value of asbestos. 3 Manufactures of

asbestos, *. or of which these substances or any of them is the component material of chief value, not specially provided for. * "Designed for use in physical exercise or in any indoor or outdoor game or sport," in act of 1922. 5“Golf tees" added in act of 1930. 6 Dutiable according to component material of chief value.

7 "Provided, That the rates on spangles and beads provided in this paragraph shall be applicable whether such spangles and beads are strung or loose, mounted or unmounted” added by act of 1930. 8 "Including bugles” added by act of 1922. "Beads

not threaded or strung, or strung loosely on thread for facility in transportation only" in act of 1913 but not in act of 1922 or 1930.

10 Provided further, That no article composed wholly or in chief value of any of the foregoing beads or spangles shall be subject to duty at a less rate than is imposed in any paragraph of this Act upon such articles without such beads or spangles. (Acts of 1922 and 1930.)

11 “Beads in chief value of synthetic resin" added in act of 1930. 18 New classification made in act of 1930.

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