Gambar halaman
PDF
ePub
[blocks in formation]

1551 Motion-picture films, sensitized 310 cent per linear | Yo cent per linear Free. but not exposed or developed. foot. 68

foot.68
Photographic-film negatives, im-

ported in any form, for use in
any way in connection with
moving-picture exhibits, or for
making or reproducing pictures

for such exhibits:
Exposed but not developed... 2 cents per linear 2 cents per linear 2 cents per linear

foot.09
foot.

foot.
Exposed and developed.

3 cents per linear 3 cents per linear 3 cents per linear
foot.
foot.

foot. Photographic film positives, im- 1 cent per linear 1 cent per linear 1 cent per linear ported in any form, for use in any foot.

foot.

foot.
way in connection with moving-
picture exhibits, including herein
all moving, motion, motophotog-
raphy, or cinematography film
pictures, prints, positives, or du-
plicates of every kind and nature,
and of whatever substance

made.70
[The act of July 31, 1912, chap.

263, forbids importation of any
film or other pictorial representa-

tion of a prize fight.)
1552 Pipes and smokers' articles:

Common tobacco pipes and pipe

bowls made wholly of clay-
Valued at not more than 40 15 cents per gross. 15 cents per gross. 25 per cent.

cents per gross.
Valued at more than 40 cents 45 per cent.

45 per cent.

25 per cent.
per gross.
Tobacco pipe bowls, wholly or in 5 cents each and 60 60 per cent. 50 per cent.
chief value of brier or other

per cent.
wood or root, in whatever con-
dition of manufacture, whether
bored or unbored, and tobacco
pipes having such bowls. 12
Pipes, pipe bowls, cigar and ciga- 5 cents each and 60 60 per cent.

50 per cent.
rette holders, not specially pro-
vided for, and mouthpieces for
pipes, or for cigar and cigarette
holders, all the foregoing of
whatever material composed,
and in whatever condition of
manufacture, whether wholly
or partly finished, or whether

bored or unbored.
Pouches for chewing or smoking 60 per cent.. 60 per cent.

50 per cent.
tobacco, cases suitable for pipes,
cigar and cigarette holders, fin-
ished or partly finished.
Cigarette books, cigarette-book 60 per cent.

60 per cent.

50 per cent.
covers, cigarette paper in all

forms, except cork paper.
All smokers' articles whatsoever, 60 per cent.

60 per cent.

50 per cent.
and parts thereof, finished or
unfinished, not specially pro-
vided for, of whatever material
composed, except china, porce-
lain, parian, bisque, earthen-
ware, or stoneware.
Meerschaum, crude or unmanu- 20 per cent.

20 per cent.. 20 per cent.
factured.
12 See footnote on p. 139.
69 See footnote on p. 159.

69 Except undeveloped negative moving-picture film of American manufacture exposed abroad for silent or sound news reel. (Free.)

70 Provided, That upon the importation of photographic and motion-picture films or film negatives taken from the United States and exposed in a foreign country by an American producer of motion pictures operating temporarily in said foreign country in the course of production of a picture 60 per cent or more of which is made in the United States the duty shall be 1 cent per linear foot, and the Secretary of the Treasury shall prescribe such rules and regulations as may be necessary for the entry of such films or film negatives under this proviso (acts of 1922 and 1930): Provided further, That all photographic films imported nder this act shall be subject to such censorship as may be imposed by the Secretary of the Treasury (acts of 1913 and 1922).

per cent.

[ocr errors]
[blocks in formation]

1553 All thermostatic bottles, carafes,

jars, jugs, and other thermo-
static containers, 71 or blanks
and pistons of such articles, of
whatever material composed,
constructed with a vacuous
or partially vacuous insula-
tion space to maintain the
temperature of the contents,
whether imported, finished or
unfinished, with or without a
jacket or casing of metal or

other material:
Having a capacity of 1 pint or 15 cents each and 15 cents each and (6).
less.

45 per cent.

45 per cent.
Having a capcity of more than 1 30 cents each and 30 cents each and (6).
pint and not more than 2 45 per cent.

45 per cent.
pints.
Having a capacity of more than 30 cents each and 30 cents each and ().
2 pints.

5 cents for each

45 per cent
pint or fraction
of a pint over 2
pints and 45 per

cent.
Parts of any of the foregoing not 55 per cent.

55 per cent.

(6). including those above men

tioned.
1554 Umbrellas, parasols, and sunshades, 40 per cent. 40 per cent.. 35 per cent.

covered with material other than
paper or lace, not embroidered or
appliquéd.
Walking canes, finished or un- 40 per cent.

40 per cent.

30 per cent.
finished.
Handles 72 and sticks for umbrellas,
parasols, sunshades, and walk- 40 per cent.

$40 per cent

}30 per cent. ing canes.

160 per cent Wholly or in chief value of syn- 75 per cent.

40 per cent.

30 per cent. thetic resin.73 1555 Waste, not specially provided for... 10 per cent.. 10 per cent.

(10 per cent.

Free. 1556 Bleached beeswax.

30 per cent.
(25 per cent 74

Free.

(Free 75 1557 Stamping and embossing materials

of pigments, mounted on paper 136 cent per 100 sq. 35 cents per lb--
or equivalent backing and releas-
able from the backing by means

115 per cent 76 25 per cent.75 of heat and pressure.12 1558 All raw or unmanufactured articles 10 per cent.. 10 per cent.

10 per cent.
notenumerated or provided for.
All articles manufactured, in whole 20 per cent. 20 per cent.

15 per cent.
or in part, n. s. p. f.
6 See footnote on p. 139.
12 See footnote on p. 139.

il Provided, That all articles specified in this paragraph when imported shall have the name of the maker or purchaser and beneath the same the name of the country of origin legibly, indelibly, and conspicuously etched with acid on the glass part, and die stamped on the jacket or casing of metal or other material, in a place that shall not be covered thereafter: Provided further, That each label, wrapper, box, or carton in which any of the foregoing are wrapped or packed, when imported, shall have the name of the maker or purchaser and beneath the same the name of the country of origin legibly, indelibly, and conspicuously stamped or printed thereon. (Acts of 1922 and 1930.) 72 Handles not specified in act of 1913. Dutiable according to component material of chief value. 73 “Wholly or in chief value of synthetic resin” added by act of 1930. 74 White bleached beeswax. 76 Wholly or partly covered wich metal leaf. 76 Paper wholly or partly covered with metal or its solutions.

in.

[blocks in formation]

1559 That each and every imported

article, not enumerated in this
Act, which is similar, either in
material, quolity, texture, or the
use to which it may be applied to
any article enumerated in this Act
as chargeable with duty, shall be
subject to the same rate of duty
which is levied on the enumerated
article which it mostiesembles in
any of the particulars before men-
tioned; and if any nonenumerat-
ed article equally resembles two
or more enumerated articles on
which different rates of duty are
chargeable, there shall be levied
on such nonenumerated articles
the same rate of duty as is charge-
able on the article which it resem-
bles paying the bighest rate of
duty; and on articles not enum-
erated, manufactured of two or
more materials, the duty shall be
ossessed at the highest rate at
which the same would be charge-
able is composed wholly of the
component material thereof of
chief value; and the words "com-
ponent material of chief value,"
wherever used in this act, shall
be held to mean that component
material which shall exceed in
value any other single component
material of the article; and the
value of each component mate-
rial shall be determined by the
ascertained value of such mate-
rial in its condition as found in
the article. If two or more rates
of duty shall be applicable to any
imported article, it shall be
subject to duty at the highest of
such rates.

TITLE II.-FREE LIST

ACT OF OCTOBER 3, 1913 That on and after the day following the passage of this act, except as otherwise specially provided for in this act, the articles mentioned in the following paragraphs shall, when imported into the United States or into any of its possessions (except the Philippine Islands and the islands of Guam and Tutuila), be exempt from duty: 1

ACT OF SEPTEMBER 21, 1922 SEC. 201. That on and after the day following the passage of this act, except as otherwise specially provided for in this act, the articles mentioned in the following paragraphs, when imported into the United States or into any of its possessions (except the Philippine Islands, the Virgin Islands, and the islands of Guam and Tutuila), shall be exempt from duty:

ACT OF JUNE 17, 1930 SEC. 201. That on and after the day following the passage of this act, except as otherwise specially provided for in this act, the articles mentioned in the following paragraphs, when imported into the United States or into any of its possessions (except the Philippine Islands, the Virgin Islands, American Samoa, and the island of Guam), shall be exempt from duty:

SCHEDULE 16

[graphic]

1601 Acids:
Hydrochloric or muriatic, hydro- Free..

Free.

Free.
fluoric, nitric.
Sulphuric, or oil of vitriol..

Free.
Free

Free.
Mixtures of nitric and sulphuric - Free.

Free

Free.
Valerianic...

Free.
Free

Free.
Acid anhydrides of the foregoing, Free

Free.

(2).
n. s. p. i.
1602 All the following which are natural

and uncompounded and are in
a crude state, not advanced in
value or condition by shredding,
grinding, chipping, crushing, or
any other process or treatment
whatever beyond that essential
to proper packing and the pre-
vention of decay or deteriora-

tion pending manufacture: 3
Aconite, aloes, asafetida, cocculus Free.

Free

Free.
indicus, ipecac, jalap, manna,
marshmallow or alt hea root,
leaves, and flowers.
Buchu leaves.

Free

10 cents per lb. Licorice root.

Free

12 cent per lb. 44 cent per lb. Maté.

Free.
Free.

Free.
Pyrethrum or insect flowers. Free.

Free.

Free. 1603 Agates, unmanufactured ..

Free.
Free

Free. 1604 Agricultural implements in whole

or in parts, including repair

parts:
Agricultural drills and planters... Free

Free.

Free.
Cotton gins...

Free.
Free

Free.
Cream separators valued at not Free.

Free

Free.
more than $50 each.
Cultivators.

Free
Free

Free.
Harrows, tooth and disk

Free.
Free

Free.
Headers?

Free
Free

Free,
Horserakes.

Free
Free.

Free.
Harvesters.

Free.
Free.

Free. 1 Supplies for American Red Cross donated abroad exempted from duty by act of Aug. 31, 1918, chap 165, until 1 year after end of war.

7'Dutiable or free as acids or as chemical compounds according to particular anhydride. : Provided, That no article containing alcohol shall be admitted free of duty under this paragraph. (Acts of 1922 and 1930.)

1 Provided, That no article specified by name in Title I shall be free of duty under this paragraph. (Acts of 1922 and 1930.) 6 Valued at not exceeding $75.

163

Schedule 16—Continued

[graphic]

1604 Machinery for use in the manu- Free.

Free.

Free.
facture of sugar.
Mowers.

Free.
Free

Free.
Plows.

Free
Free

Free.
Reapers.

Free
Free

Free.
Thrashing machines.

Free
Free

Free.
Wagons and carts

Free
Free

Free.
All other agricultural implements Free 4

Free 4

Free.
of any kind or description, n. s.p.f.
1605 Albumen, n. s. p. f.-

Free.
Free.

Free. 1606(a)| Any animal imported by a citizen Free.

Free.

Free. 6
of the United States, specially for
breeding purposes, shall be ad-
mitted free, whether intended to
be used by the importer himself
or for sale for such purposes ex-
cept black or silver foxes [acts of
1922 and 1930]: Provided, That no
such animal shall be admitted
free unless pure bred of a recog.
nized breed and duly registered
in a book of record recognized by
the Secretary of Agriculture for
that breed: Provided further, That
the certificate of such record and
pedigree of such animal shall be
produced and submitted to the
Department of Agriculture, duly
authenticated by the proper cus-
todian of such book of record,
together with an affidavit of the
owner, agent, or importer that
the animal imported is the iden-
tical animal described in said
certificate of record and pedigree.
The Secretary of Agriculture may
prescribe such regulations as may
be required for determining the
purity of breeding and the iden-
tity of such animal: And provided
further, That the collectors of cus-
toms shall require a certificate
from the Department of Agricul-
ture stating that such animal is
pure bred of a recognized breed
and duly registered in a book of
record recognized by the Secre-

tary of Agriculture for that breed. 606(b) The Secretary of the Treasury may

prescribe such additional regula-
tions as may be required for the
strict enforcement of this pro-

vision.
1606(c) Horses, mules, asses, cattle, sheep,

and other domestic animals
(acts of 1922 and 1930) straying
across the boundary line into any
foreign country, or driven across
such boundary line by the owner
for temporary pasturage purposes
only, together with their off-
spring, shall be dutiable unless
brought back to the United
States within eight months (six
(act of 1913)}, in which case they
shall be free of duty, under regu-
lations to be prescribed by the
Secretary of the Treasury:? And
provided further, That the provi-
sions of this act shall apply to all
such animals as have been im-
ported and are in quarantine or
otherwise in the custody of cus-
toms or other officers of the
United States at the date of the
taking effect of this act. (Acts of

1930, 1922, and 1913.) Provided, That no article specified by name in Title I shall be free of duty under this paragraph. (Acts of 1922 and 1930.)

6 Emergency tariff act of 1921: “Cattle and sheep and other stock imported for breeding purposes shall be admitted free of duty."

7 Period extended from time to time.

« SebelumnyaLanjutkan »