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1513
Garlands, festooning and Christ- 70 per cent. 70 per cent.

40 per cent.64
mas tree decorations made wholly
or in chief value of tinsel wire,
lame or lahn, bullions or metal

threads.
All other toys,59 and parts of toys, so 70 per cent. 70 per cent. 35 per cent.

not specially provided for.65
The rates provided for in this

paragraph shall apply to arti-
cles enumerated or described
herein, whether or not more
specifically provided for else-

where in the act.
1514 Abrasives, ground, pulverized, re-

fined, or manufactured: Artificial..

1 cent per lb. 1 cent per lb. 20 per cent.66 Corundum

1 cent per lb. 1 cent per lb. Free. Emery

1 cent per lb. 1 cent per lb. 1 cent per lb. Garnet..

1 cent per lb.
30 per cent.66

20 per cent.66
Artificial abrasive grains.

1 cent per lb 1 cent per lb. Free.
Corundum grains.
1 cent per lb. 1 cent per lb.

Free.
Emery grains.
1 cent per lb 1 cent per lb

1 cent per lb. Garnet grains.

1 cent per lb.
Free 67

Free.67
Emery wheels, emery files, and

manufactures of which emery,
garnet,68 or corundum is the com- 120 per cent.

520 per cent.
ponent material of chief value,

130 per cent 66 }20 per cent. n. s. p. f. Manufactures of which artificial 20 per cent.. 20 per cent. 20 per cent.69

abrasive is the component ma

terial of chief value, n. s. p. f.
Papers, cloths, and combinations of 20 per cent. 20 per cent.. 20 per cent.69

paper and cloth, wholly or partly
coated with artificial or natural
abrasives, or with a combination

of natural and artificial abrasives.
Any of the foregoing, containing 60 per cent... (70).

(70).
more than Yio per cent vanadium,
or more than 210 per cent tung-
sten, molybdenum, boron, tan-
talum, columbium or niobium,
or uranium, or more than 310 per

cent chromium.71 1515 Firecrackers: 72

More than five-sixteenths of one 25 cents per lb.---- 8 cents per lb..... 6 cents per1b.

inch outside diameter, or more
than one and three-quarters

inches in length.12
All other firecrackers 12_

8 cents per lb. 8 cents per lb. 6 cents perlb. Bombs, rockets, Roman

12 cents per lb. 12 cents per lb.. 10 cents perb. dles, and fireworks of all descriptions, not specially pro

vided for.72 1516 Matches: 73

Friction or lucifer, of all descrip

tions-
Per gross of one hundred and 20 cents per gross.. 8 cents per gross...3 cents per grosz.

forty-four boxes, containing
not more than one hundred

matches per box.
When imported otherwise than 234 cents per 1,000 34 cent per 1,000 38 cent per 1,000
in boxes containing not more matches.

matches.

matches. than one hundred matches

each, 12 New classification made in act of 1930. 59 See footnote on p. 144. 64 Articles made wholly or in chief value of tinsel wire, in act of 1913. 65 Words "not composed of china, porcelain, parian, bisque, earthen or stone ware" omitted in act of 1930. 66 As mineral substance, n. s. p. f., wholly or partly manufactured. 67 Minerals, crude, n. s. p. f. 68 Garnet added in act of 1930. 69 By similitude. 70 Same rates as articles not containing specified metals. 71 New wording in act of 1930. 72 The weight to include all coverings, wrappings, and packing material.

73 Provided, That in accordance with section 10 of "An act to provide for a tax upon white phosphorus matches, and for other purposes," approved April 9, 1912, white phosphorus matches manufactured wholly or in part in any foreign country shall not be entitled to enter at any of the ports of the United States, and the importation thereof is hereby prohibited: Provided further, That nothing in this act contained shall be held to repeal or modify said act to provide for a tax upon white phosphorus matches, and for other purposes, approved April 9, 1912.

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1516 Matches-Continued.
Wax matches, wind matches, and 40 per cent.. 40 per cent.

25 per cent.
all matches in books or folders
or having a stained, dyed, or

colored stick or stem.
Tapers consisting of a wick coated 40 per cent.. 40 per cent.. 25 per cent.

with an inflammable substance.
Night lights..

40 per cent.
40 per cent.

25 per cent.
Fusees and time-burning chemical 40 per cent.

40 per cent.

25 per cent.
signals, by whatever name

known.
Match splints 12.

1 cent per 1,000..-- 3343 per cent 74 - 15 per cent.74
Skillets, in any form, for match 12 cents per 1,000.- 3343 per cent 74. 15 per cent.74

boxes.12
1517
Percussion caps..

30 per cent.
30 per cent.

15 per cent.
Cartridges, and cartridge shells 30 per cent. 30 per cent.

15 per cent.
empty.
Blasting caps..

$1 per 1,000.
Containing not more than one $2.25 per 1,000.--- $2.25 per 1,000.---.

gram charge of explosive.
Containing more than one gram 75 cents per 1,000 75 cents per 1,000
charge of explosive.

additional for additional for
each additional each additional
one-half gram.

one-half gram.
Mining, blasting, or safety fuses of $1 per 1,000 feet..-- $1 per 1,000 feet..-- 15 per cent.

all kinds.
1518 Feathers and downs,on the skin or

otherwise:75
Crude or not dressed, colored, or 20 per cent.. 20 per cent.

20 per cent.
otherwise advanced or manu-

factured in any manner, a.s.p.f.
Dressed, colored, or otherwise 60 per cent... 60 per cent... 40 per cent.

advanced or manufactured in

any manner. 76
Quilts of down and other manufac- 60 per cent.. 60 per cent.

40 per cent.
tures of down.
12 New classification made in act of 1930.
74 Manufactures of wood, n. s. p. f.

75 Provided, That the importation of birds of paradise, aigrettes, egret plumes or so-called osprey plumes, and the feathers, quills, heads, wings, tails, skins, or parts of skins, of wild birds, either raw or manu factured, and not for scientific or educational purposes, is hereby prohibited; but this provision shall not apply to the feathers or plumes of ostriches or to the feathers or plumes of domestic fowls of any kind. (Acts of 1913, 1922, and 1930.)

Provided further, That birds of paradise, and the feathers, quills, heads, wings, tails, skins, or parts thereof, and all aigrettes, egret plumes, or so-called osprey plumes, and the feathers, quills, heads, wings, tails, skins, or parts of skins, of wild birds, either raw or manufactured, of like kind to those the importation of which is prohibited by the foregoing provisions of this paragraph, which may be found in the United States, on and after the passage of this act, except as to such plumage or parts of birds in actual use for personal adornment, and except such plumage, birds or parts thereof imported therein for scientific or educational purposes, shall be presumed for the purpose of seizure to have been imported unlawfully after October 3, 1913, and the collector of customs shall seize the same unless the possessor thereof shall establish, to the satisfaction of the collector that the same were imported into the United States prior to October 3, 1913, or as to such plumage or parts of birds that they were plucked or derived in the United States from birds lawfully therein; and in case of seizure by the collector, he shall proceed as in case of forfeiture for violation of the customs laws, and the same shall be forfeited, unless the claimant shall, in any legal pro. ceeding to enforce such forfeiture, other than a criminal prosecution, overcome the presumption of illegal importation and establish that the birds or articles seized, of like kind to those mentioned the importation of which is prohibited as above, were imported into the United States prior to October 3, 1913, or were plucked in the United States from birds lawfully therein. (Acts of 1922 and 1930.)

That whenever birds or plumage, the importation of which is prohibited by the foregoing provisions of this paragraph, are forfeited to the Government, the Secretary of the Treasury is hereby authorized to place the same with the departments or bureaus of the Federal or State Governments or societies or muse. ums for exhibition or scientific or educational purposes, but not for sale or personal use; and in the event of such birds or plumage not being required or desired by either Federal or State Government or for educational purposes, they shall be destroyed. (Acts of 1922 and 1930.)

That nothing in this Act shall be construed to repeal the provisions of the Act of March 4, 1913, chapter 145 (Thirty-seventh Statutes at Large, page 847), or the Act of July 3, 1918 (Fortieth Statutes at Large, page 755), or any other law of the United States, now of force, intended for the protection or preservation of birds within the United States. That if on investigation by the collector before seizure, or before trial for forfeiture, or if at such trial if such seizure has been made, it shall be made to appear to the collector, or the prosecuting officer of the Government, as the case may be, that no illegal importation of such feathers has been made, but that the possession, acquisition or purchase of such feathers is or has been made in violation of the provisions of the Act of March 4, 1913, chapter 145 (Thirty-seventh Statutes at Large, page 847), or the Act of July 3, 1918 (Fortieth Statutes at Large, page 755), or any other law of the United States, now of force, intended for the protection or preservation of birds within the United States, it shall be the duty of the collector, or such prosecuting officer, as the case may be, to report the facts to the proper officials of the United States, or State or Territory charged with the duty of enforcing such laws. (Acts of 1922 and 1930.)

76 “And not suitable for use as millinery ornaments” in act of 1913.

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1518 Feather dusters.

Artificial or ornamental feathers

suitable for use as millinery orna

ments. Artificial or 77

ornamental fruits,
vegetables, grasses,78 grains,
leaves, flowers, stems, or parts

thereof: 78
When composed wholly or in

chief value of yarns, threads,
filaments, tinsel wire, lame,
bullions, metal threads, beads,
bugles, spangles, or rayon or

other synthetic textile.12
When composed wholly or in

chief value of other materials

and not specially provided for.12
Natural grasses, grains, leaves,

plants, shrubs, herbs, trees,
and parts thereof, not specially

provided for:
When bleached 12.
When colored, dyed, painted, or

chemically treated.
Boas, boutonnieres, wreaths, and

all articles not specially provided
for, composed wholly or in chief
value of any of the feathers,
flowers, leaves, or other material

above mentioned.
1519(a) Dressed furs and dressed fur skins öl

(except silver or black fox):
Not dyed.

Dyed.
Plates, mats, linings, strips, and

crosses of dressed dog, goat, or

kid skins: 82 Not dyed..

Dyed.
1519(b) Manufactures of fur (except silver

or black fox), further ad-
vanced than dressing,83 pre-
pared for use

material
(whether or not joined or
sewed together) including
plates, mats, linings, strips,
and crosses 84 (except plates,
mats, linings, strips,

and crosses of dog, goat, and kid

skins 82): Not dyed..

Dyed.. 1519(c) Silver black fox furs 85 or skins,

dressed or undressed, n. S.

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Dressed

50 per cent.
50 per cent.

30 per cent.
Undressed

50 per cent.
50 per cent.

Free. 1619(d) Articles of wearing apparel of every

description, wholly or partly
manufactured, composed

wholly or in chief value of:
Hides or skins of cattle of the 15 per cent.

15 per cent.

15 per cent.
bovine species, n. s. p. f.
Dog, goat, or kid skins, 86 n. s. p. f. 35 per cent.

15 per cent.

15 per cent. 12 New classification made in act of 1930. 77 And” in act of 1913. 78 Grasses” added by act of 1930. 79 “Of whatever material composed” in acts of 1913 and 1922. 80 Subject to th rate of duty provided in this paragraph for such materials, but not less than 60 per cent. 11 Furs dressed on the skin, not advanced further than dyeing, in acts of 1913 and 1922. 89 "Plates and mats of dog and goat skins," in acts of 1913 and 1922. 88 “Further advanced than dressing and dyeing," in acts of 1913 and 1922. 84 "Plates, linings, and crosses,” in acts of 1913 and 1922.

" 86 “Furs” added by act of 1930. 88 “Kid skins" added by act of 1930.

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40 per cent.

50 per cent.

15 per cent.

50 per cent.

10 per cent.

10 per cent.

10 per cent.
20 per cent.

35 per cent.

35 per cent.

1519(e) Articles, wholly or partly manufac- 50 per cent..

tured (including fur collars, fur
cuffs, and fur trimmings),
wholly or in chief value of fur,
n. s. p. f.
Articles manufactured from fur,

40 per cent.
n. s. p. f.
Articles of wearing apparel of

50 per cent
every description, wholly or in
part manufactured, composed
wholly or in chief value of fur,

n. s. p. f.
1520 Hatters' furs, or furs not on the skin, 35 per cent.

35 per cent. prepared for hatters' use, includ

ing fur skins carroted. 1521 Fans of all kinds, except common 50 per cent.. 50 per cent....

palm-leaf fans.
1522 Gun wads:
Wholly or in chief value of hair 35 per cent.

35 per cent.
felt.
All others

20 per cent.

20 per cent.. 1523 Human hair: Raw

10 per cent.

10 per cent. Cleaned or commercially known 20 per cent.

20 per cent.
as drawn, but not manufac-

tured.
Tops, roving, and yarns, of which 6 cents per pound 35 per cent.

human hair is the component and 25 per cent.

material of chief value.12
Manufactures of human hair, in- 35 per cent.. 35 per cent.

cluding nets and nettings, or of
which human hair is the com-
ponent material of chief value,

not specially provided for.
Press cloth:
Of which human hair is the com- 8 cents per pound 35 per cent.

ponent material of chief value. and 40 per cent.
Of which camel's hair is the com- 40 per cent but not (87).
ponent material of chief value. less than 25 cents

per pound.
Hair, not specially provided for.-- | 40 per cent.. 35 per cent.
1524 Hair, curled, suitable for beds or 10 per cent.

10 per cent..
mattresses.
1525 Haircloth (including haircloth

35 per cent.
known “hair seating”'),
wholly or in chief value of

horsehair,89 n. s. p. f.
Known as hair “seating"

35 per cent.
Known as crinoline

35 per cent.
Hair felt:
Made wholly or in chief value of 25 per cent.

25 per cent.
animal hair, n. s. p. f.
Manufactures of, n. s. p. f.

35 per cent.

35 per cent.
Cloths and all other manufactures 40 per cent.

40 per cent.
of every description, wholly
or in chief value of cattle hair,

goat hair, 80 or horsehair, n. s.

Cloths.. 12 New classification made in act of 1930. 87 Various rates according to value and weight, par. 1109, act of 1922. 88 Free, if imported expressly for oil milling purposes, par. 422, act of 1913. 89 “Wholly or in chief value of horsehair" added by act of 1930. 30 “Goat hair" added by act of 1930.

15 cents per sq.yd.

10 per cent or free.88

15 cents per square

sq. yd.
10 per cent.

as

15 cents per sq. yd. 6 cents per sq. yd.

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35 per cent.

35 per cent.

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1526(a) Hats, caps,91 bonnets, and hoods,

for men's, women's, boys', or
children's wear, trimmed or
untrimmed, including bodies,
hoods, plateaux, forms, or
shapes, for hats or bonnets,
composed wholly or in chief
value of fur of the rabbit, bea-

ver, or other animals:
Valued at not more than $6 per $1.25 per doz. and
dozen.

25 per cent.
Valued at more than $6 and not $2.50 per doz, and
more than $9 per dozen.

25 per cent.
Valued at more than $9 and not $5 per doz. and 25
more than $12 per dozen.

per cent.
Valued at more than $12 and not $6 per doz. and 25
more than $15 per dozen.

per cent.
Valued at more than $15 and not $7 per doz. and 25
more than $18 per dozen.

per cent.
Valued at more than $18 and not $9 per doz. and 25
more than $24 per dozen.

per cent.
Valued at more than $24 and not $12 per doz. and
more than $30 per dozen.

25 per cent.
Valued at more than $30 and not $13 per doz. and
more than $48 per dozen.
25 per cent.

$45 per cent.
Valued at more than $48 per $16 per doz. and $16 per doz. and
dozen.

25 per cent.

25 per cent. Valued at not more than $4.50

$1.50 per doz. and per dozen.

25 per cent. Valued at more then $4.50 and

$3 per doz. and 25 not more than $9 per dozen.

per cent.
Valued at more than $9 and not

$5 per doz. and 25
more than $15 per dozen.
Valued at more than $15 and not

$7 per doz. and 25
more than $24 per dozen.

per cent. Valued at more than $24 and not

$10 per doz. and more than $36 per dozen.

25 per cent. Valued at more than $36 and not

$13 per doz. and more than $48 per dozen.

25 per cent. 1526(b) Men's silk or opera hats, in chief $2 each and 75 per 60 per cent.92 50 per cent. value of silk. 12

cent. 1527(a) Jewelry,83 commonly or commerci

ally so known, finished or un-
finished (including parts there-

of 94):
(1) Composed wholly or in chief 80 per cent.. 80 per cent.

60 per cent.
value of gold or platinum,
or of which the metal part
is wholly or in chief value

of gold or platnum.96
(2) All other, of whatever material 1 cent each and 34 80 per cent.

60 per cent.
composed, valued above 20 cent for each 1
cents per dozen pieces.

cent the value
exceeds 20 cents
per doz., and 50

per cent. 1527(b) Rope, curb, cable, and fancy pat

terns of chain not exceeding 12
inch in diameter, width, or
thickness, valued above 30

cents per yard:
Of gold or platinum.

80 per cent.
80 per cent.

60 per cent.
Of any other metal, whether or 6 cents per foot 80 per cent.

60 per cent.
not plated with gold or plati- and 34 cent per
num.

yd. for each 1
cent the value
exceeds 30 cents
per yard, and 50

per cent. 12 New classification made in act of 1930. 91 “Caps" added by act of 1922. Dutiable as articles of wearing apparel of fur at 50 per cent in act of 1913. 92 Dutiable as wearing apparel of silk. 93 Provided, That none of the foregoing shall be subject to a less amount of duty than would be pay. able if the article were not dutiable under this paragraph," added by act of 1930.

94 “ Including parts thereof” added by act of 1930. 05 “Or of which the metal part is wholly or in chief value of gold or platinum" added by act of 1930.

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