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10 per cent.

15 per cent.37
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15 per cent.39

10 per cent.

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10 per cent. Free.

1659 Copper sulphate or blue vitriol...-- Free.

Free.
Copper acetate and subacetate or Free..

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verdigris.
1660 Coral, marine, uncut, and unmanu-

Free.

Free.. factured. 1661 Cork wood, or cork bark, unmanu

Free.

Free..
factured.
Cork waste, shavings, and cork ref- Free..

Free.
use of all kinds.
1662 Cotton, n. s. p. f., and cotton waste. Free.

Free 1663 Cryolite, or kryolith...

Free.

Free. 1664 Metallic mineral substances in a

crude state, n. S. p. f., such as:
Drosses, skimmings, residues, Free.

Free.
brass foundry ash.
Flue dust.

Free..

20 per cent 37 1665 Curling stones..

Free.

30 per cent 38 1666 Cuttlefish bone.

Free..

Free.. 1667 Cyanide: Potassium

Free.

Free.
Sodium.

Free.

Free
All cyanide salts and cyanide Free.

Free..
mixtures (not including sulpho-
cyanides or thiocyanides, thio.
cyanates, nitroprussides, ferro-
cyanides, ferricyanides, and

cyanates).
1668 Diamonds and other precious Free...

10 per cent..
stones, rough or uncut, and not
advanced in condition or value
from their natural state by cleav-
ing, splitting, cutting, or other
process, whether in their natural
form or broken, not set.
Glaziers' and engravers' diamonds, Free.

Free.
not set; miners' diamonds.
Diamond dust..

Free.

10 per cent. 1669 Drugs such as barks, beans, berries, Free.

Free.
buds, bulbs, bulbous roots, ex-
crescences, fruits, flowers, dried
fibers, dried insects, grains, herbs,
leaves, lichens, mosses, logs,
roots, stems, vegetables, seeds
(aromatic, not garden seeds),
seeds of morbid growth, weeds,
and all other drugs of vegetable
or animal origin; all of the fore-
going which are natural and un-
compounded drugs and not edi-
ble, and n.s.p.f., 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 the
proper packing of the drugs and
the prevention of decay or deteri-
oration pending manufacture:
Provided, That no article contain-
ing alcohol shall be admitted free

of duty under this paragraph.
1670 Dyeing or tanning materials:
Fustic wood, hemlock bark, log- Free

Free.
wood, mangrove bark, oak bark,
quebracho wood, wattle bark,
divi-divi, myrobalans fruit, su-
mac, valonia, nutgalls or gall
nuts, and all articles of vege-
table origin used for dyeing,
coloring, staining, or tanning,
all the foregoing, whether crude
or advanced in value or condi-
tion by shredding, grinding,
chipping, crushing, or any simi-
iar process; all the foregoing not

containing alcohol and n. s. p. f.
39 Nonenumerated articles, ma iufactured.
38 Articles in chief value of earthy or mineral substances, n. s. p. 1., not decorated.
30 Chemical compounds, inixtures, and Salts, n. s. p. f.

Free.

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1671 Eggs of birds, fish, and insects (ex- Free.

Free

Free. cept fish roe for food purposes).40 1672 Emery ore and corundum ore Free.

Free.

Free.
n. p. f.
Crude artificial abrasives, n. s. p. f..

Free.
Free.

Free. 1673 Enfluerage greases, floral essences, Free.

Free

20 per cent. and floral concretes. 11, 12 1674 Fans, common palm-leaf, plain and Free

Free

Free.
not ornamented or decorated in
any manner, and palm leaf in its
natural state not colored, dyed, or
otherwise advanced or manu-

factured.
1675 Ferrous sulphate or copperas..

Free
Free.

Free. 1676 Fibrin, in all forms..

Free.
Free.

Free. 1677 Fish imported to be used for pur. Free.

Free.

Free. 43 poses other than human con

sumption.
1678 Fish skins, raw or salted 44

Free
Free.

Free. 1679 Natural flint, natural flints, and Free..

Free.

Free.
natural flint stones, unground.
1680 Fossils.

Free
Free.

Free.
1681
Furs and fur skins, n, s. p. I., un-

Free.
Free.

Free.
dressed.
1682 Live game animals and birds, im- Free

(45)

(45).
ported for stocking purposes, and
game animals and birds killed in
foreign countries by residents of
the United States and imported
by them for noncommercial pur-
poses; under such regulations as
the Secretary of Agriculture and
the Secretary of the Treasury

shall prescribe.
1683 Goldbeaters' molds and goldbeat-

Free.
Free.

Free.
ers' skins.
1684 Grasses and fibers:
Henequen, sisal, manila, jute, Free.

Free.

Free.
jute butts, kapok, istle or Tam-
pico fiber, New Zealand fiber,
sunn, maguey, ramie or China
grass, raffia, pulu, and all other
textile grasses or fibrous vege-
table substances, not dressed or
manufactured in any manner,

and n. 3. p. f.
1685 Guano, basic slag (ground or un-

Free.
Free 16

Free.4.
ground), manures, and (not with-
standing any other provision of
this act) those grades of all other
substances used chieily for ferti-
lizers, or chiefly as an ingredient

in the manufacture of fertilizers.
1686 Gums and resins:
Copal, dragon's blood, kauri.

Free.
Free

Free.
Damar..

Free.
Free

Free.
Chicle, crude.

Free

10 cents per lb. 15 cents per lb.
Kadaya, sandarac, tragacanth, Free.

Free
tragasol, and other natural
gums, natural gum resins,

and natural resins, n. s. p. I.
Advanced

10 per cent. Not advanced...

Free. 40 Provided, That the importation of eggs of wild birds is prohibited, except eggs of game birds imported for propagating purposes under regulations prescribed by the Secretary of Agriculture, and specimens imported for scientific collections. (Acts of 1922 and 1930.) Provision to the same effect in act of 1913.

41 “Floral concretes." (Acts of 1922 and 1939.)

42 Provided, That no article mixed or compounded or containing alcohol shall be exempted from duty under this paragraph. (Acts of 1922 and 1930.)

13 Par. 483. Fresh-water fish, and all fish not otherwise specially provided for in this section.
44 “Raw or salted." (Acts of 1922 and 1930.)
45 Dutiable as other live animals and birds.

46 Guano, basic slag, ground or unground, manures, and all other substances used chiefly for fertilizer, not specially provided for: Provided, That no artide specified by name in Title I shall be free of duty under this paragraph.

47 Guany, manures, and all substances used only for manure, including basic slag, ground or unground, and calciu n cyanamid or lime nitrogen).

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1687 Gunpowder, sporting powder, and

Free 48
Free 18

Free.
all other explosive substances,
n. s. p. f. and not wholly or in

chief value of cellulose esters.
1688 Hair of horse, cattle, and other ani- Free..

Free.

Free.
mals, cleaned or uncleaned,
drawn or undrawn, but unmanu-

factured, n. s. p. f.
1689 Hide cuttings, raw, with or without

Free..
Free

Free.
hair, ossein, 49 and all other glue

stock.
1690 Rope made of rawhide.

Free
Free

Free. 1691 Hides and skins of the India water Free

Free

Free. buffalo imported to be used in the

manufacture of rawhide articles. 1692 Hones and whetstones.

Free
Free.

Free.
Grindstones.

Free
$1.75 per ton

$1.50 per ton. 1693 Hoofs, unmanufactured.

Free
Free.

Free. 1694 Horns and parts of, including horn Free.

Free

Free.
strips and tips, unmanufactured.
1695 Horses or mules imported for im- Free

mediate slaughter.
Valued at not more than $150

$30 per head
per head.

10 per cent. Valued at more than $150 per

20 per cent.
head.
1696 Ice

Free_
Free

Free. 1697 India rubber and gutta-percha, Free

Free.

Free.
crude, including jelutong or pon-
tianak, guayule, gutta balata, and
gutta siak, 50 and scrap or refuse
India rubber and gutta-percha

fit only for remanufacture. 1698 Iodine, crude.

Free.
Free.

Free.
Copper iodide, crude.

Free
25 per cent.

15 per cent. 1699 Iridium, osmium, palladium, rho

Free
Free.

Free.
dium, and ruthenium, and native
combinations thereof with one

another or with platinum.
1700 Iron ore, including manganiferous Free..

Free,

Free. iron ore, and the dross or resid

uum from burnt pyrites. 1701 Ivory tusks in their natural state or Free.

Free.

20 per cent. cut vertically across the grain

only, with the bark left intact. 1702 | Jet, unmanufactured..

Free
Free

Free. 1703 Joss stick or joss light.

Free
Free

Free.
1704
Waste rope

Free
Free 51

Free.51 1705 Kelp.

Free
Free

Free.
1706
Kieserite

Free.
Free

Free. 1707 Lac: Crude, seed, button, stick, or Free

Free.

Free.
shell.
1708 Lava, unmanufactured.

Free
Free

Free. 1709 Leeches

Free
Free

Free. 1710 Limestone-rock asphalt; asphal- Free

Free

Free. tum and bitumen. 1711 Lifeboats and life-saving apparatus Free.

Free.

Free.
specially imported by societies
and institutions incorporated or
established to encourage the sav-

ing of human life.
1712 Lithographic stones, not engraved. Free

Free

Free. 1713 Loadstones

Free
Free

Free. 1714 Manuscripts, n. s. p. f.

Free
Free

Free.
1715
Marrow, crude,

Free.
Free

Free
1716
Mechanically ground wood pulp, Free

Free

Free. che nical wood pulp, unbleached

or bleached. 48 Provide:1, That if any country, dependency, province, or other subdivision of government imposes a duty on any article specified in this paragraph, when imported from the United States, an equal duty shall be imposed upon such article coming into the United States from such country, dependency, province, or other subdivision of government.

49" Ossein." (Acts of 1922 and 1930.)
58 " Jelutong or pontianak, guayule, gutta balata, and gutta siak.” (Acts of 1922 and 1930.)
51 Junk old.

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1717 Medals of gold, silver, or copper, Free

and other metallic articles ac-
tually bestowed by foreign coun-
tries or citizens of foreign coun-
tries as trophies or prizes, and re-
ceived and accepted as honor-

ary distinctions.
1718 Mineral salts obtained by evapora- Free

tion from mineral waters, when
accompanied by a duly authen-
ticated certificate and satisfactory
proof showing that they are in no
way artificially prepared and are
only the product of a designated

mineral spring.
1719 Minerals, crude, or not advanced Free.

in value or condition by refining
or grinding, or by other process

of manufacture, n. s. p. f.
1720 Models of inventions and of other Free..

improvements in the arts, to be
used exclusively as models and

incapable of any other use.
1721 Monažite sand and other thorium

Free. ores. 1722 Moss, seaweeds, and vegetable sub- Free

stances, crude or unmanufac

tured, n. s. p. f. 1723 Muzzle-loading muskets, shotguns, Free..

rifles, and parts thereof. 1724 Needles, hand sewing or darning..

Free. 1725 Nets or finished sections of nets Free.

for use in otter trawl fishing, if
composed wholly or in chief

value of manila.
1726 Newspapers and periodicals; but Free..

the term “periodicals” as here-
in used shall be understood
to embrace only unbound or
paper-covered publications is-
sued within six months of the
time of entry, devoted to cur-
rent literature of the day, or
containing current literature as
a predominant feature, and is-
sued regularly at stated periods,
as weekly, monthly, or quar-
terly, and bearing the date of

issue.
Undeveloped negative moving- Free.

picture film of American
manufacture exposed abroad

for silent or sound newsreel.53
1727 Oil-bearing seeds and nuts:
Copra..

Free
Hempseed

Free
Kapok seed.

Free
Palm nuts and palm-nut kernels- Free.
Tung nuts.

Free.
Rapeseed.

Free.
Rubber seed.

Free.
Perilla and sesame seed..

Free.
Seeds and nuts, n. s. p. f., when Free.

the oils derived therefrom are

free of duty. 1728 Nux vomica

Free
Gentian.

Free
Sarsaparilla root.

Free.
Belladonna, henbane, and stra-

monium.
Ergot.

Free 1729 Oakum

Free 52 Manufactures of vegetable fiber, n. s. p. f. 63 New classification, act of 1930. 54 Nuts of all kinds, n. s. p. f. 55 Of 56 lbs. -56 No corresponding provision. 57 Drugs advanced. 58 Drugs not advanced.

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Free. 60
eries (including fish, shellfish,
and other marine animals, and
spermaceti, whale, fish, and
other marine animal oils),
which have not been landed
in a foreign country or which,
if so landed, have been landed
solely for transshipment with-

out change in condition. 61 1730(b) Eulachon oil...

Free
20 per cent 62

3 cents per gal.63 Cod oil, and cod-liver oil

Free.
Free.

Free.
1731 Oils, distilled or essential: 64
Anise, bergamot, bitter almond, Free.

Free.

20 per cent.
caraway, cassia, cinnamon, cit-
ronella, lavender, lemon-grass,
lime, neroli or orange flower,
origanum, rose or otto of roses,
rosemary, spike lavender,
thyme, camphor, geranium,
lignaloe or bois de rose, palma-
rosa, pettigrain, ylang ylang

or cananga.
1732 Oils, expressed or extracted:
Croton, palm, perilla; olive,

Free..
Free..

Free.
palm-kernel.65
Sweet almond

Free
Free

5 cents per lb. Rapeseed 65

Free.

6 cents per gal. 6 cents per gal. Sunflower 65

Free
20 per cent.

15 per cent.
Sesame 65

Free
Free.

1 cent per lb.
Tung oil, and nut oils, n. s. p. f. Free

Free

Free. 1733 Oils, mineral: Petroleum, crude,

Free.
fuel, or refined, and all distillates
obtained from petroleum, includ-
ing kerosene, benzine, naphtha,
gasoline, paraffin, and paraffin oil,

n. s. p. f.
1734 Ores of gold, silver, or nickel; nickel
matte; nickel oxide; ores of the

Free
SFree.

Free.
platinum metals; sweepings of

11 cent per lb.65a

10 per cent. 6da gold and silver. 1735 Duplex 66 decalcomania paper not Free.

Free.

Free.
printed.
1736 Parchment and vellum

Free
Free.

Free. 1737 Paris green and London purple.. Free

15 per cent

Free. 1738 Pearl, mother of, and shells, not Free.

Free.

Free.
sawed, cut, flaked, polished, or
otherwise manufactured, or ad-
vanced in value from the natural

state.
1739 Personal effects, not merchandise, Free.

Free.

Free. of citizens of the United States

dying in foreign countries.
1740 Phosphates, crude, and apatite.....

Free.
Free.

Free. 1741 Pigeons, fancy or racing..

Free.
Free

Free. 67 1742 Plants, trees, shrubs, roots, seed Free.

Free

Free.
cane, seeds, and other material for
planting, 68 imported by the De-
partment of Agriculture or the

United States Botanic Garden. 59 Par. 1630. Oils, animal: Spermaceti, whale, and other fish oils of American fisheries, and all fish and other products of such fisheries.

60 Par. 561. Oils: Spermaceti, whale, and other ish oils of American fisheries, and all fish and other products of such fisheries.

61 Provided, That fish the product of American fisheries (except cod, haddock, hake, pollock, cusk, mackerel, and swordfish) landed in a foreign country and there not further advanced than beheaded, eviscerated, packed in ice, frozen, and with fins removed, shall be exempt from duty: Provided further,

That products of American fisheries, prepared or preserved by an American fishery, on the treaty coasts of Newfoundland, Magdalen Islands, and Labrador, as such coasts are defined in the Convention of 1818 between the United States and Great Britain, shall be exempt from duty.

62 Par. 53. Oils, animal: All fish oils, not specially provided for. 63 Par. 44. Oils rendered: Other fish oil, not specially provided for in this section, 3 cents per gallon.

64 Provided, That no article mixed or compounded with or containing alcohol shall be exempted from duty under this paragraph.

65 Rendered unfit for use as food or for any but mechanical or manufacturing purposes, by such means as shall be satisfactory to the Secretary of the Treasury and under regulations to be prescribed by him.

65a Nickel oxide.
66 “Duplex”in acts of 1922 and 1930.
67 Birds and land and water fowls, n. s. p. f.
68 " And other material for planting.” (Acts of 1922 and 1930.)

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