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Schedule 15.-Sundries—Continued

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1503 Imitation solid pearl beads: 7

Valued at not more than one- 60 per cent....

fourth of 1 cent per inch.12
Valued at more than one-fourth 12 cent per in, and

of 1 cent and not more than 1 60 per cent.
cent per inch.12

$60 per cent... 35 per cent.
Valued at more than 1 cent and 1 cent per in. and

not more than 5 cents per inch.12 40 per cent.
Valued at more than 5 cents per 60 per cent.

inch.12
Iridescent imitation solid pearl

beads: 7
Valued at not more than 10 cents 90 per cent...
per inch.12

%60 per cent... 35 per cent.
Valued at more than 10 cents per 60 per cent.

inch.
Beads 7 composed in chief value of 75 per cent.. 35 per cent 18 or 45 35 per cent.
synthetic resin. 12

per cent. 14
All other beads 7 in imitation of pre- 45 per cent.. 45 per cent.

35 per cent.
cious or semiprecious stones, of all
kinds and shapes, of whatever

material composed.
1504(a) Braids, plaits, laces, and willow

sheets or squares, suitable for
making or ornamenting hats,
bonnets, or hoods, composed

wholly or in chief value of:
Straw, chip, grass, palm leaf,

(15) willow, osier, rattan, real

(15).
horsehair, cuba bark, or ma-

nila hemp-
Not bleached, dyed, colored, or 15 per cent.. 15 per cent. 15 per cent.

stained.
Bleached, dyed, colored, or 25 per cent. 20 per cent. 20 per cent.

stained.
Containing a substantial part 45 per cent.. 15 16 or 20 17 per cent 15 16 or 20 17 per cent,

of rayon or other synthetic
textile (but not wholly or in

chief value thereof).12
Paper 12—
Not bleached, dyed, colored, 15 per cent...

or stained.
Bleached, dyed, colored, or 25 per cent.

stained
Containing a substantial part 45 per cent..

35 per cent 18 25 per cent.18
of rayon or other synthetic
textile (but not wholly or in

chief value thereof).
Braids and plaits, wholly or in chief

value of ramie, suitable for
making or ornamenting hats,
bonnets, or hoods:
Not bleached, dyed, colored, or 15 per cent.

stained.
Bleached, dyed, colored, or 25 per cent..

stained.
Containing a substantial part of 45 per cent.

30 per cent 19 40 per cent. 12
rayon or other synthetic textile
(but not wholly or in chief value

thereof).
7 See footnote on p. 139.
9 See footnote on p. 139.
12 New classification made in act of 1930.
13 Beads not specially provided for.
14 If beads in imitation of precious or semiprecious stones.

15 But the terms “grass” and “straw" shall be understood to mean these substances in their natural form and structure, and not the separated fibers thereof.

16 Not bleached, etc.
17 Bleached, etc.
18 Manufactures of paper, n. s. p. f.
19 Ramie hat braids, in acts of 1922 and 1913.

Schedule 15.-Sundries—Continued

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1504(b) Hats, bonnets, and hoods, whether

wholly or partly maufactured,
composed wholly or in chief

value of:
Straw, chip, grass, palm leaf,

(15)

(15),
willow, osier, rattan, real
horsehair, Cuba bark, or ma-
nila hemp 20—
Not blocked or trimmed

35 per cent 21 25 per cent.
(1) Not bleached, dyed, col- 25 per cent.

ored, or stained 12
(2) Bleached, dyed, colored, 25 cents per dozen
or stained. 12

and 25 per cent.
Blocked or trimmed-
(3) Whether or not bleached, $3.50 per dozen 50 per cent 21 40 per cent.

dyed, colored, or stained. and 50 per cent.
(4) Sewed (whether or not $4 per dozen and 60 per cent or 88 25 per cent 23 or 40
blocked, trimmed, 60 per cent

per cent.22

per cent 24
bleached, dyed, colored,

or stained).
Paper 12
Not blocked or trimmed-
(1) Not bleached, dyed, col- 25 per cent.

ored, or stained.
(2) Bleached, dyed, colored, 25 cents per dozen
or stained.

and 25 per cent.
Blocked or trimmed-
(3) Whether or not bleach- $3.50 per dozen 35 per cent 18 25 per cent.18

ed, dyed, colored, or and 50 per cent.

staired.
(4) Sewed (whether or not $4 per dozen and

blocked, trimmed, 60 per cent.
bleached, dyed, color-

ed, or stained).
Ramie-
Not blocked or trimmed-
(1) Not bleached, dyed, col- 25 per cent.

ored, or stained.
(2) Bleached, dyed, colored, 25 cents per dozen
or stained.

and 25 per cent.
Blocked or trimmed-

40 per cent 25 or 35 50 per cent 25 or 40 (3) Whether or not bleach- $3.50 per dozen

per cent.26

per cent.27
ed, dyed, colored, or and 50 per cent.

stained.
(4) Sewed (whether or not $4 per dozen and

blocked, trimmed, 60 per cent.
bleached, dyed, colored,

or stained).
(5) Any of the foregoing known 25 per cent.. 25 per cent 28 25 per cent 28 or 40
as harvest hats, valued at

per cent 24
less than $3 per dozen.
1504 (c) As used in this paragraph the terms

“grass" and "straw” mean these
substances in their natural form
and structure, and not the sepa-

rated fiber thereof.
12 New classification made in act of 1930.

15 But the terms “grass” and “straw” shall be understood to mean these substances in their natural form and structure, and not the separated fibers thereof.

18 Manufactures of paper, n. s. p. f.

20 “Composed wholly or in chief value of any of the foregoing materials” in act of 1922; “foregoing materials” referring to braids, plaits, laces, and willow sheets or squares.

21 If made of braids, etc.; if not made of braids, dutiable according to component material of chief value.

22 88 per cent on men's sewed straw hats valued at not more than $9.50 per dozen by presidential proclamation, effective Mar. 14, 1926, under sec. 315.

23 Not blocked or trimmed.
24 Blocked or trimmed.
25 Manufactures of ramie hat braids.
26 Wearing apparel composed wholly or in chief value of vegetable fiber other than cotton.
27 Wearing apparel composed wholly of ramie.
28 Straw hats known as harvest hats, valued at less than $3 per dozen.

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1505 Hats, bonnets, and hoods, wholly

or in chief value of any braid
not provided for in paragraph
1504, if such braid is composed
of a substantial part of rayon or
other synthetic textile, but not

whollyor inchief value thereof:12
(1) Blocked or trimmed (whether 90 per cent. (29).
or not bleached, dyed, colored,

(29).
or stained).
(2) If sewed (whether or not 90 per cent... (20)

(29).
blocked, trimmed, bleached,

dyed, colored, or stained).
1506 | Brooms, made of broom corn, straw, 25 per cent.. 15 per cent.

15 per cent.
wooden fiber, or twigs.
Tooth brushes and other toilet 2 cents each and

60 per cent 30

35 per cent.
brushes, the handles or backs of 50 per cent.
which are composed wholly or in
chief value of any product pro-
vided for in paragraph 31.12
Handles and backs for tooth 1 cent each and 60 per cent..
brushes and other toilet brushes,

40 per cent.
50 per cent.
composed wholly or in chief value
of any product provided for in
paragraph 31.12
Toilet brushes, ornamented, 60 per cent...

45 per cent..

35 per cent.
mounted, or fitted with gold,
silver, or platinum, or wholly or
partly plated with gold, silver, or
platinum, whether or not enam-

eled. 12
Other tooth brushes and other toilet 1 cent each and 45 per cent.

35 per cent.
brushes.

50 per cent. All other brushes, not specially pro- 50 per cent.

45 per cent. 35 per cent. vided for.

Hair pencils in quills or otherwise.- 40 per cent. 45 per cent.. 35 per cent. 1507 | Bristles, sorted, bunched, or pre- 3 cents per lb... 7 cents per lb.... 7 cents per lb.

pared.
1508 Button forms of lastings, mohair 10 per cent.

10 per cent... 10 per cent.
or silk cloth, and manufactures
of other material, in patterns 31 of
such size, shape, or form as to be
fit for buttons exclusively, and
not exceeding 3 inches 82 in any

one dimension.
1509 Buttons, finished or partly fin.

ished: 33
Vegetable ivory..

144 cents per line 14 cents per line
per gross and 25

per gross and 25

per cent. 36 lines and larger.

35 per cent. Below 36 lines.

45 per cent.
Pearl or shell....

194 cents per line 194 cents per line
per gross and 25

pei gross and 25

per cent. 26 lines and larger.

per cent.

25 per cent.
Below 26 lines.
Button blanks: 33

45 per cent. Vegetable ivory, not drilled, %cent per line per 94 cent per line per 40 per cent. 84 dyed, or finished.

gross and 25 per gross and 25 per
cent.

cent.
Pearl cr shell, not tur ned, faced, 1/4 cents per line 14 cents per line 40 per cent. 84
or drilled.

per gross and 25

per gi oss and 25 per cent.

per cent. 1510 Buttons commonly known as agate 142 cents per line 15 per cent.. buttons.83

15 per cent. per gross and 25

per cent.. 12 New classification made in act of 1930. 20 Dutiable according to method of manufacture or component material of chief value. 80 45 per cent if “bristle" is the component material of Chief value. 31 “Or other manufactures of cloth, woven or made in patterns”in act of 1913. 32 8 inches in act of 1913.

38 Provided That the term "line" as used in this paragraph and paragraph 1510 shall mean the line button measure of, one-fortieth of 1 inch (act of 1930): Provided, That the term "line" as used in this paragraph shall mean the line button measure of one-fortieth of 1 inch (act of 1922).

34 Button blanks, finished or unfinished.

per cent. 33

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1510

1511

Buttons made in imitation of or 122 cents per line 45 per cent 35. 40 per cent.36

similar to pearl, shell, or agate but- per gross and 25
tons (except buttons commonly

per cent.
known as Roman pearl and fancy
bnttons with a fish-scale or simi-

lar to fish-scale finish). 13
Parts of buttons and button molds 45 per cent. 45 per cent.

40 per cent.
or blanks, finished or unfinished,
not specially provided for.
All collar and cuff buttons and 45 per cent.

45 per cent.

40 per cent.
studs composed wholly of bone,
mother-of-pearl, ivory, vegetable
ivory, oi agate, and buttons not
specially provided for.36
Cork bark, cut into squares, cubes, 8 cents per pound. 8 cents per pound. 4 cents per pound.

or quarters.
Stoppers:
Over 34 of 1 inch in diameter,

measured at the larger end-
Wholly or in chief value of 25 cents per pound. 20 cents per pound. 12 cents per pound.

natural cork bark.
Wholly or in chief value of ar- 10 cents per pound. 10 cents per pound. 12 cents per pound.

tificial, composition, or com

pressed 37 cork.
54 of 1 inch or less in diameter,

measured at the larger end-
Wholly or in chief value of 31 cents per pound. 25 cents per pound. 15 cents per pound.

natural cork bark.
Wholly or in chief value of ar- 1242 cents

per 1242 cents per 15 cents per pound. tificial, composition, or com- pound.

pound. pressod 31 cork. Perforated or hollow corks, com- 75 cents per pound. 30 per cent 38 30 per cent.38

monly or commercially known as

shell corks.12
Perforated cork penholder grips 12. $2 per pound... 25 cents per gross 25 per cent.

and 20 per cent.39
Disks, wafers, and washers:

316 of 1 inch or less in thick-
ness-

Madefrom naturalcorkbark | 25 cents per pound. 25 cents per pound. 15 cents per pound.
Made from artificial, com- | 1272 cents per 1272 cents

per 15 cents per pound. position, or compressed 37 pound.

pound.
cork.
Over 316 of 1 inch in thick-

ness 40

Madefrom naturalcork bark 45 per cent 41 20 cents per pound. 12 cents per pound.
Made from artificial or com- 16 cents

per

10 cents per pound. 12 cents per pound. position cork.

pound.42
Cork, commonly or commercially 48

known as artificial, composition,
or compressed cork, in the
rough and not further advanced

than-
Slabs, blocks, planks..

10 cents per pound. 6 cents per pound 44 3 cents per pound.“ Rods, sticks, or similar forms... 10 cents per pound. 10 cents per 30 per cent. 47

pound. 48
Manufactures wholly or in chief 16 cents per pound. 30 per cent. 30 per cent.

value of artificial, composition, or
compressed cork, finished or un-
finished, not specially provided
for.

12 New classification made in act of 1930.
31 Or other manufactures of cloth, woven or made in patterns" in act of 1913.
36 Buttons, not specially provided for.
36 Vegetable ivory not included in this group in act of 1913.
87 Compressed” added by act of 1930.
38 Dutiable as manufactures of cork or of cork bark, n. s. p. f.
39 Penholders and parts thereof.
40 Not specifically provided for in act of 1930.
41 Manufactures wholly or in chief value of cork bark or cork, not specially provided for.

42 Manufactures wholly or in chief value of artificial, composition, or compressed cork, finished or unfinished, not specially provided for.

43 “Commercially" added by act of 1930. 44 Slabs, blocks, or planks suitable for cutting into stoppers, disks, liners, floats, or similar articles.

45 Cork, artificial, or cork substitutes manufactured from cork waste, or granulated corks, and not otherwise provided for.

48 Rods or sticks suitable for the manufacture of disks, wafers, or washers.

47 Manufactures wholly or in chief value of cork or of cork bark, or of artificial cork or bark substitutes, granulated or ground cork, not specially provided for.

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1511 Granulated or ground cork:

Cleaned, refined, or purified, 3 cents per pound..

weighing not over 6 pounds per
cubic foot uncompressed.

25 per cent.

30 per cent.47
All other ground, granulated, or 1 cent per pound...

regranulated cork.
Cork insulation, wholly or in chief 272 cents per 30 per cent.

14 cent per pound.
value of cork, 49 cork waste,50 or board foot.
granulated or ground 51 cork, in

blocks, slabs, boards, or planks.52
Cork pipe coverings, cork fitting 5 cents per pound.. 30 per cent. 14 cent per pound.
covers, and cork lags, wholly or
partly manufactured, coated or
uncoated. 12
Cork tile in the rough or wholly or

partly finished 53—
Over 38 of 1 inch in thickness 12_

6 cents per pound -30 per cent
38 of 1 inch or less in thick- 10 cents per pound.

30 per cent. 46
ness. 12
Cork paper

30 per cent.
30 per cent

35 per cent.
Manufactures wholly or in chief 45 per cent.

30 per cent.

30 per cent. value of cork bark or cork, not

specially provided for. 1512 Dica, dominoes, draughts, chess- 50 per cent.

50 per cent 54

50 per cent.
men,65 and billiard, pool, and
bagatelle balls, and poker chips,

of ivory, bone, or other material.
1513 Dolls and doll clothing, composed 90 per cent.. 70,56 75,57 and 90 88 35 per cent.
in any part, however small, of

per cent.
any of the laces, fabrics, em-
broideries, or other materials or
articles provided for in para-

graph 1529 (a).
Dolls and toys, 69 composed

wholly or in chief value of
any product provided for in
paragraph 31:
Having any movable member 1 cent each and 60
or part.

per cent.
Not having any movable mem- 1 cent each and 50
ber or part.

%60 per cent.

40 per cent.
per cent.
Parts of such dolls or toys... 1 cent each and 50

per cent.
All other dolls, parts of dolls (in- 70 per cent.. 70 per cent 60

35 per cent.60
cluding clothing), doll heads,
toy 59 marbles, n. s. p. f.
Toy games, toy containers, toy 70 per cent.

70 per cent 60.61

35 per cent.60, 61 favors, toy souvenirs, of what

ever materials composed.59
Air rifles

70 per cent.
70 per cent.

15 per cent.
Toy 59 balloons..

70 per cent.
70 per cent.

35 per cent.
books without reading 70 per cent. 70 per cent.

4 cents per pound. matter 62 (not counting as reading matter any printing on removable pages), other than letters, numerals, or descriptive words, bound or unbound, and

parts thereof.63 12 New classification made in act of 1930.

47 Manufactures wholly or in chief value of cork or of cork bark, or of artificial cork or bark substitutes, granulated or ground cork, not specially provided for.

48 Manufactures wholly or in chief value of cork, artificial cork, or cork substitutes, n. s. p. f.
49 “Cork'' added by act of 1930.
60 Cork waste" added by act of 1922.
51 “Ground" added by act of 1922.
62 "In slabs, boards, planks, or molded forms” in acts of 1913 and 1922.
53 “In the rough or wholly or partly finished” added by act of 1930.
64 If composed of cellulose (celluloid, etc.), 60 per cent under par. 31, act of 1922.
55 Chess balls included in act of 1913.
58 If in chief value of materials other than those enumerated in paragraph 1430.

67 If in chief value of yarns, threads, filaments, etc., made into embroideries, provided for in paragraph 1430.

68 If in chief value of yarns, threads, filaments, etc., provided for in paragraph 1430, and made into laces, etc.

69 As used in this paragraph [in the act of 1930), the term "toy” means an article chiefly used for the amusement of children, whether or not also suitable for physical exercise or for mental development.

60 If composed of articles provided for in paragraph 31, 60 per cent under act of 1922.

61 Under the acts of 1922 and 1913, "toys" were held to be playthings intended and designed for the amusement of children only, and which by their very nature and character are reasonably fitted for no other purpose.

62 Wording in parentheses is new in act of 1930. 63 New in act of 1922. Dutiable as books of paper or other material for children's use in act of 1913.

Toy 58

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