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1527(c) Articles valued above 20 cents per

dozen pieces, designed to be
worn on apparel or carried on or
about or attached to the person,
such as and including buckles,
card cases, chains, cigar cases,
cigar cutters, cigar holders, ci-
gar lighters, cigarette cases, cig.
arette holders, coin holders, col-
lar, cuff, and dress buttons,
combs, match boxes, mesh bags
and purses, millinery, military
and hair ornaments, pins, pow.
der cases, stamp cases, vanity
cases, watch bracelets, and like
articles; all the foregoing and
parts thereof, finished or un-

finished:
(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 platinum.95
(2) Composed wholly or in chief 1 cent each and 36 80 per cent.

60 per cent.
value of metal other than gold cent per doz. for
or platinum (whether or not each 1 cent the
enameled, washed, covered, or value exceeds 20
plated, including rolled gold cents per doz.
plate), or (if not composed in and 50 per cent.
chief value of metal and if not
dutiable under clause (1) of this
subparagraph) 46 set with and in
chief value of 97 precious or
semiprecious stones, pearls,
cameos, coral, amber, imitation
precious or semiprecious stones,

or imitation pearls.
1527(d) Stampings, galleries, mesh, and

other materials of metal,
whether or not set with glass
or paste, finished or partly fin-
ished, separate or in strips or
sheets, suitable for use in the
manufacture of any of the fore-

going articles in this paragraph:
If of gold or platinum.

75 per cent.

75 per cent.. 50 per cent. If of other metal or metals, plated 80 per cent. 75 per cent.

50 per cent. or unplated. 1528 Pearls and parts thereof, drilled or 10 per cent.. 20 per cent.

20 per cent.
undrilled, but not set or strung

(except temporarily). 98
Diamonds, coral, rubies, cameos, 10 per cent.. 20 per cent...

20 per cent.
and other precious stones and
semiprecious stones, cut but not
set, and suitable for use in the

manufacture of jewelry.
Imitation precious stones: 99
Cut or faceted...

20 per cent. 20 per cent. 20 per cent.
Not cut or faceted.

60 per cent.
60 per cent.

20 per cent.
Imitation semiprecious stones:
Faceted.

20 per cent.
20 per cent

30 per cent.1
Not faceted.

60 per cent.
60 per cent.

30 per cent.1
Marcasites 12

20 per cent.
20 per cent

20 per cent."
Imitation marcasites 12

20 per cent.
55 per cent 1.

30 per cent.1
Imitation half pearls, and hollow or 20 per cent. 20 per cent. 20 per cent.

filled imitation pearls of all
shapes, without hole or with

hole partly through only.3 12 New classification made in 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. 98 “If not composed in chief value of metal and if not dutiable under clause (1) of this subparagraph” added by act of 1930.

07 “And in chief value of” added by act of 1930. 98 “Except temporarily” added by act of 1930. 00 "For use in the manufacture of jewelry” in act of 1913. 1 Manufactures of glass or paste, n. S. p. f. · Articles or wares composed of metal, other than gold, silver, or platinum, and not plated with gold, silver, platinum, etc.

3“Imitation pearls and parts thereof, or so-called synthetic or reconstructed pearls and parts thereof" in act of 1913.

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1528 Imitation jet buttons, cut, polished 60 per cent. 60 per cent.

40 per cent.
or faceted.
Imitations of opaque precious or 60 per cent.

20 per cent.

30 per cent.1
semiprecious stones,“ with flat
backs and tops, cut and polished,

but not faceted. 12
Imitation solid pearls and irides. (1).

60 per cent. 20 per cent.
cent imitation solid pearls, un-
pierced, pierced or partially
pierced, loose, or mounted, of
whatever shape, color, orde-

sign.3, 3
1529(a) Laces, lace fabrics, and lace articles, 90 per cent.... 90 per cent... 60 per cent.

made by hand or on a lace, net,
knitting, or braiding machine, and
all fabrics and articles made on a
lace or net machine, all the fore-
going, plain or figured; lace win.
dow curtains, veils, veilings,
flouncings, all-overs, neck ruf-
flings, futings, quillings, ruch-
ings, tuckings, insertings, galloons,
edgings, trimmings, fringes,
gimps, and ornaments; braids,
loom woven and ornamented in
the process of weaving, or made
by hand, or on a lace, knitting, or

braiding machine.
Fabrics and articles embroidered 90 per cent. 75 per cent. 60 per cent.

(whether or not the embroid-
ery is on a scalloped edge),
tamboured, appliquéd, orna-
mented with beads, bugles, or
spangles, or from which threads
have been omitted, drawn,
punched, or cut, and with threads
introduced after weaving to fin-
ish or ornament the openwork,
not including one row of straight
hemstitching adjoining the hem;
all the foregoing, and fabrics and
articles wholly or in part thereof,
finished or unfinished (except ma-
terials and articles provided for in
paragraph 915, 920, 1006, 1111, 1504,
1505, 1513, 1518, 1523, or 1530 (e),
or in Title II (free list), or in sub-
paragsaph (b) of this paragraph),
by whatever name known, and
to whatever use applied, and
whether or not named, de-
scribed, or provided for elsewhere
in this Act, when composed
wholly or in chief value of fila-
ments, yarns, threads, tinsel wire,
lame, bullions, metal threads,
beads, bugles, spangles, or rayon
or other synthetic textile.
Hose and half-hose wholly or in 75 per cent..-... 75 per cent.. 60 per cent.

chief value of cotton or of wool
shall not be dutiable at the above
rate by reason of being embroid-
ered, if the embroidery is such
as is commonly known as clock-
ing and does not exceed 1 inch
in width or 6 inches in length,

exclusive of the fork.
1 Manufactures of glass or paste, n. s. p. f.

3 “Imitation pearls and parts thereof, or so-called synthetic or reconstructed pearls and parts thereof” in act of 1913. 4 Shall bear the same rate of duty as is applicable under paragraph 1503 to beads of the same character. 8 “Imitation solid pearls wholly or partly pierced, mounted or unmounted” in act of 1922. o Not specially provided for, but dutiable as embroidered articles. 12 See footnote on p. 139.

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1529(b) Handkerchiefs, wholly or in part of

lace, and handkerchiefs em-
broidered (whether with
plain or fancy initial, mono-
gram, or otherwise, and
whether or not the embroidery
is on a scalloped edge), tam-
boured, appliquéd, or from

(60 per cent.
which threads have been

590 per cent 7. 40 per cent.8 omitted, drawn, punched, or

175 per cent 6. 50 per cent."
cut, and with threads in-

160 per cent.
troduced after weaving to finish
or ornament the openwork, not
including one row of straight
hemstitching adjoining the
hem; all the foregoing, finished
or unfinished, of whatever ma-

terial composed:
Valued at not more than 70 cents 3 cents each and
per dozen.

40 per cent.
Valued at more than 70 cents per 4 cents each and
dozen.

40 per cent.
Provided, That any of the fore- 4 cents each and

going valued at not more than 40 per cent.
70 cents per dozen, if made
with hand-rolled or hand-

made hems.
1529(c) Corsets, girdle-corsets, step-in-

corsets, brassières, bandeaux-
brassières; corsets, girdle-
corsets, or step-in-corsets, at-
tached to brassières or ban-
deaux-brassières; all similar

body supporting garments:
All the foregoing, of whatever 60 per cent.. (10).

(10).
material composed, finished or
unfinished, and all wearing
apparel or articles to which any

of the foregoing is attached.
All the foregoing composed in 75 per cent.. (10).

(10).
whole or in part of elastic fabric.
No wearing apparel or article so

attached to such body-support-
ing garment shall be subject to
a less rate of duty than if im-

ported separately.
Elastic fabrics of whatever material 60 per cent..

(10).
composed, knit, woven, or

braided, in part of india rubber. 1530(a) Hides and skins of cattle of the bo- 10 per cent..

Free

Free.
vine species (except hides and
skins of the India water buffalo
imported to be used in the manu-
facture of rawhide articles), raw
or uncured, or dried, salted, or

pickled.
6 Not specially provided for, but dutiable as embroidered articles.
7 Not specially provided for, but dutiable as articles of lace.

8 Handkerchiefs in chief value of flax, hemp, or ramie, with drawn threads, but not embroidered, or initialed, specially provided for in paragraph 282.

Handkerchiefs in chief value of silk, with drawn threads, but not embroidered, or initialed, specially provided for in paragraph 315.

10 Not specially provided for; garments dutiable as wearing apparel and fabric dutiable according to material, width, and method of manufacture.

(10).

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Free.

1530(b)| Leather (except leather provided

for in subpar. (d) of this para-
graph), made from hides or
skins of cattle of the bovine
species:
(1) Sole or belting leather (includ- 1242 per cent. Free.
ing offal), rough, partly finished,
finished, curried, or cut or
wholly or partly manufactured
into outer or inner soles, blocks,
strips, counters, taps, box toes,
or any forms or shapes suitable
for conversion into boots, shoes,

footwear, or belting.
(2) Leather welting -
1272 per cent Free

Free.
(3) Leather to be used in the 12% per cent. Free

Free.
manufacture of harness or sad-

dlery.
(4) Side upper leather (including 15 per cent.

Free 11

Free.
grains and splits), patent
leather, and leather made
from calf or kip skins, rough,
partly finished, or finished, or
cut or wholly or partly manu-
factured into uppers, vamps,
or any forms or shapes suitable
for conversion into boots, shoes,

or footwear.
(5) Upholstery, bag, case, glove, or

strap leather, in the rough, in
the white, crust, or russet,
$20 per cent. 20 per cent 12

\10 per cent, 13

\free.14
partly finished, or finished.
Collar and garment leather, in the 20 per cent.. Free

Free.
rough, in the white, crust, or
russet, partly finished, or fin-

ished.
(6) Leather to be used in the manu- 20 per cent.. 20 per cent 15

Free.
facture of footballs, basket balls,

soccer balls, or medicine balls.
(7) All other, rough, partly fin- 15 per cent.

FrᎾᎾ .

Free. ished, finished, or curried, not

specially provided for.
1630(c) Leather (except leather provided

for in subpar. (d) of this para-
graph), made from hides or
skins of animals (including fish,

(15 per cent, 17 reptiles, and birds, but not in- 25 per cent. 20 per cent, 16 free.-10 per cent, is cluding cattle of the bovine

(Free.
species), in the rough, in the
white, crust, or russet, partly
finished or finished.
Vegetable-tanned rough leather 10 per cent.

Free.

Free.
made from goat or sheep skins
(including those commercially
known as India-tanned goat or

sheep skins).
Any of the foregoing if imported 10 per cent. Free.

Free.
to be used in the manufacture
of boots, shoes, or footwear, or
cut or wholly or partly manu-
factured into uppers, vamps, or
any forms or shapes suitable
for conversion into boots, shoes,

or footwear.
11 Calf leather, dressed and finished, other than shoe leather, 20 per cent in act of 1922.
12 Includes leather made from hides and skins of both bovine and nonbovine cattle.
13 Enameled upholstery leather and glove leather.
14 All other leather, n. S. p. f.
16 Basket ball, soccer ball

or medicine ball leather not mentioned by name in acts of 1913 and 1922. 16 Chamois skins, pianoforte, pianoforte-action, player-piano-action leather, 20 per cent; seal, sheep goat leather other than shoe leather, 20 per cent.

17 Chamois skins, 15 per cent.
18 Pianoforte, pianoforte-action leather, 10 per cent.

19

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1530(d) Leather of all kinds, grained,

printed, embossed, ornamented,
or decorated, in any manner or to
any extent (including leather fin-
ished in gold, silver, aluminum,
ou like effects), or by any other
process (in addition to tanning)
made into fancy leather, and any 30 per cent.

20 per cent 19

10 pei cent.20
(Free

Free.
of the foregoing cut or wholly or
partly manufactured into uppers,
vamps, or any forms or shapes
suitable for conversion into boots,
shoes, or footwear, all the fore-
going by whatever name known,

and to whatever use applied.'
1530(e) Boots, shoes, or other footwear (in- | 20 per cent... Free.

Free.
cluding athletic or sporting
boots and shoes), made wholly
or in chief value of leather, not
specially provided for.
Boots, shoes, or other footwear 35 per cent.

35 per cent.. (22).
(including athletic or sporting
boots and shoes), the uppers of
which are composed wholly or
in chief value of wcol, cotton,
ramie, animal hair, fiber, rayon
or other synthetic textile, 21 silk,
or substitutes for any of the
foregoing, whether or not the
solfs are composed of leather,

wood, or other materials.
1530(1) | Harness valued at more than $70 35 per cent.. 35 per cent..

Free.
per set, single harness valued at
more than $40, saddles valued
at more than $40 each, saddlery,
and parts (except metal parts)

for any of the foregoing.
Saddles made wholly or in part 35 per cent. (23)

Free.
of pigskin or imitation pigskin.
Saddles and harness, not specially 15 per cent.

Free.

Free.
provided for, parts thereof, ex-
cept metal parts, and leather shoe

laces, finished or unfinished.
1530(g) The Secretary of the Treasury

shall prescribe methods and reg-
ulations for carrying out the

provisions of this paragraph.
1531 Bags, baskets, belts, satchels, card- 35 per cent.

30 per cent. 30 per cent.
cases, pocketbooks, jewel boxes,
portfolios, and other boxes and
cases, not jewelry, wholly or in
chief value of leather or parch-

ment.
Manufactures of leather, rawhide,

or parchment, or of which
leather, rawhide, or parchment
is the component material of

chief value, n. s. p. f.: 24
Leather or parchment.

35 per cent.
30 per cent.

30 per cent.
Rawhide.

35 per cent.
30 per cent.

15 per cent.
Any of the foregoing permanently 50 per cent.

45 per cent.

35 per cent.
fitted and furnished with travel-
ing, bottle, drinking, dining or
luncheon, sewing, manicure, or

similar sets. 19 Enameled upholstery leather, bag, strap, case, football, and glove leather, finished in the white or crust, 20 per cent, act of 1922. Seal, sheep, goat, and calf leather, dressed and finished, other than shoe leather, 20 per cent, act of 1922.

20 Enameled upholstery leather and glove leather, 10 per cent, act of 1913. 21 Rayon or other synthetic textile, not specifically mentioned in acts of 1913 and 1922. 22 Dutiable according to component material of chief value. 23 Not specifically mentioned if valued at more than $40, dutiable at 35 per cent in act of 1922; other, free. 24 “Moccasins” specifically mentioned in act of 1922.

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