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Schedule 2.Earths, Earthenware, and Glassware—Continued

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211 Earthenware and crockery ware

composed of a nonvitrified ab-
sorbent body, including white
granite and semiporcelain earth-
enware, and cream-colored ware,
terra cotta, and stoneware, in-
cluding clock cases with or
without movements, pill tiles,
plaques, ornaments, charms,
vases, statues, statuettes, mugs,
cups, steins, lamps, and all
other articles composed wholly
or in chief value of such ware:
and manufactures in chief value
of such ware, n. s. p. f.:
Plain white, plain yellow, plain
brown, plain red, or plain black,
not painted, colored, tinted,'||10 cents per dozen
stained,

|$35 per cent;
enameled, gilded,
pieces and 45 per 145 per cent.

130 per cent.36
cent.
printed, ornamented, or deco-

rated in any manner.
Painted, colored, tinted, stained, 10 cents per dozen 50 per cent.

40 per cent.
enameled, gilded, printed, or- pieces and 50 per
namented, or decorated in any cent.

manner.
212 China, porcelain, and other vitri-

fied wares, including chemical
porcelain ware and chemical
stoneware, composed of a vitri-
fied nonabsorbent body which
when broken shows a vitrified
or vitreous, or semivitrified or
semivitreous fracture, and all
bisque and parian wares, in-
cluding clock cases with or
without movements, plaques,
pill tiles, ornaments, charms,
vases, statues, statuettes, mugs,
cups, steins, lamps, and all
other articles composed wholly
or in chief value of such ware,
and manufactures in chief

value of such ware, n. s. p. f.:
Plain white, not painted, colored, 60 per cent. 60 per cent 37 50 per cent. 38

tinted, stained, enameled,
gilded, printed, or ornamented

or decorated in any manner.
Painted, colored, tinted, stained, 70 per cent 70 per cent 39

55 per cent.co
enameled, gilded, printed, or
ornamented or decorated in

any manner.
In addition to the foregoing on 10 cents per dozen

all tableware, kitchenware, and separate pieces.

table and kitchen utensils. 213 Graphite or plumbago, crude or re

fined:
Amorphous.

10 per cent.
10 per cent

Free.
Crystalline
Flake 41
1.65 cents per lb. 192 cents per lb.

Free.
Lump, chip, or dust.

30 per cent. 20 per cent. 214 Earthy or mineral substances whol

ly or partly manufactured and
articles, wares, and materials
(crude or advanced in condi-
tion) composed wholly or in
chief value of earthy or mineral
substances, n. s. p. f., whether

susceptible of decoration or not:
Decorated.

40 per cent. 40 per cent. 25 per cent.
Not decorated.
30 per cent.. 30 per cent.

20 per cent.
26 Filter tubes.
37 Containing 25 per cent or more of calcined bone, 50 per cent.

38 No specific provision for chemical stoneware; 15 per cent as undecorated, etc., common salt-glazed stoneware, or 35 per cent as undecorated, etc., stoneware.

39 Containing 25 per cent or more calcined bone, 55 per cent.

:0 No specific provision for chemical stoneware; 20 per cent as decorated, etc., common salt-glazed stoneware, or 40 per cent as decorated, etc., stoneware.

11 As used in this paragraph, the term “crystalline flake" means graphite or plumbago which occurs disseminated as a relatively thin flake throughout its containing rock, decomposed or not, and which may be or has been separated therefrom by ordinary crushing, pulverizing, screening, or mechanical concentration process, such flake being made up of a number of parallel laminæ, which may be separated mechanical means. (Acts of 1922 and 1930.)

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215 Gas retorts..

20 per cent.
20 per cent.

10 per cent.
Lava tips for burners..

10 cents per gross 10 cents per gross 15 per cent.

and 15 per cent. and 15 per cent. Magnesia clay supporters, consist- 35 per cent.

35 per cent.

20 per cent.12 ing of rings, rods, and other forms

for gas mantles.
216 Carbons and electrodes, of whatever

material composed, and wholly
or partly manufactured, for
producing electric arc light:
If less than one-half inch in di- 60 per cent.

45 per cent.

15 cents per 100 ameter or of equivalent cross

40 cents sectional area.

per 100 feet. 44 If one-half inch or more in diame

45 per cent.

45 per cent.. 30 per cent.15
ter or of equivalent cross-sec-

tional area.
Electrodes, composed wholly or in 45 per cent.

45 per cent. 25 per cent.46
part of carbon or graphite, and
wholly or partly manufactured,
for electric furnace or electrolytic

purposes.
Brushes, of whatever material com- 45 per cent.

45 per cent.---- 25 per cent. 46
posed, and wholly or partly
manufactured, for electric motors,
generators, or other electrical
machines or appliances.
Plates, rods, and other forms, of

whatever material composed,
and wholly or partly manu- 45 per cent. 45 per cent.

,25 per cent.47
factured, for manufacturing into

(20 per cent. 13
the aforesaid brushes.
Articles or wares composed wholly
or in part of carbon or graphite,

(15 per cent.49
wholly or partly manufactured,
45 per cent. 45 per cent.

20 per cent.50

(25 per cent.51
n. s. p. f.
217 Bottles, vials, jars, ampoules, and

covered uncovered demi-
johns, and carboys, any of the
foregoing, wholly or in chief
value of glass, filled or unfilled,
not specially provided for, and
whether their contents be duti.
able or free (except such as
contain merchandise subject
to an ad valorem rate of duty,
or to a rate of duty based in
whole or in part upon the value
thereof, which shall be dutiable
at the rate applicable to their
contents): 52
Holding more than 1 pint. 1 cent per lb. 1 cent per lb. 30 per cent.
Holding not more than 1 pint and 142 cents per lb...- 142 cents per lb.... 30 per cent.

not less than one-fourth pint.

Holding less than one-fourth pint. 50 cents per gross.- 50 cents per gross.- 30 per cent. 42 Articles and wares composed wholly or in chief value of earthy or mineral substances, not decorated, n. s. p. f.

43 Made entirely from petroleum coke, wholly or partly finished. 44 Composed chiefly of lampblack or retort carbon. 45 Carbons for flaming arc lamps, n. s. p. f. 46 “In chief value of carbon." 47 Plates and disks in chief value of carbon. 18 Rods and other forms than plates and disks, and composed wholly or in chief value of carbon, as manufactures of carbon, n. s. p. f." If composed of other material, dutiable according to component of chief value.

49 Porous carbon pots for electric batteries.
50 Manufactures of carbon, n. s. p. f.
51 Electrodes for battery purposes.

52 Provided, That tne terms “bottles," "vials,” “jars," "ampoules," "demijohns," and "carboys," as used herein shall be restricted to such articles when suitable for use and of the character ordinarily employed for the holding or transportation of merchandise, and not as appliances or implements in chemical or other operations, and shall not include bottles for table service and thermostatic bottlez.

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218(a) Biological, chemical, metallurgical,

pharmaceutical, and surgical
articles and utensils of all kinds,
including all scientific articles,
and utensils, whether used for
experimental purposes in hos-
pitals, laboratories, schools or
universities, colleges, or other-
wise, all the foregoing (except
articles provided for in para-
graph 217 or in subparagraph
(e)), finished or unfinished:
Wholly or in chief value of glass.. 85 per cent. 65 per cent.

s 30 per cent.53

145 per cent.54 Wholly or in chief value of fused 50 per cent. 30 per cent 55

20 per cent.55
quartz or fused silica.
218(b) | Tubes (except gauge glass tubes),

rods, canes, and tubing, with
ends finished or unfinished,

for whatever purpose used:
Wholly or in chief value of glass.. 65 per cent..

$45 per cent.
65 per cent 56

130 per cent.53
Wholly or in chief value of fused 40 per cent. 30 per cent 55 20 per cent.55

quartz or fused silica.
Gauge glass tubes, wholly or in 60 per cent.. 55 per cent 54 45 per cent.54

chief value of glass.
218(c) Illuminating articles of every de-

scription, finished or unfinished,
wholly or in chief value of glass,
for use in connection with arti-

ficial illumination: 57
Prisms, glass chandeliers, and
articles in chief value of prisms..

(30 per cent.53
60 per cent..
Chimneys.

55 per cent. $60 per cent.. 45 per cent.54
Globes and shades
70 per cent.

20 per cent.58
All others...

60 per cent. 218(d) All glassware commercially known

as plated or cased glass, composed
of two or more layers of clear, opa- %60 per cent.

60 per cent..

(30 per cent.53 que, colored, or semitranslucent

145 per cent.54
glass,or combinations of the same.
218(e) Bottles and jars, wholly or in chief

value of glass, of the character
used or designed to be used as
containers of perfume, talcum
powder, toilet water, or other
toilet preparations; bottles,
vials, and jars, wholly or in
chief value of glass, fitted with
or designed for use with ground-
glass stoppers, when suitable
for use and of the character ordi-
narily employed for ne holding
or transportation of merchan-

dise; all the foregoing: 59
Produced by automatic machine. 25 per cent. (60).

45 per cent.
Otherwise produced..

75 per cent.
(69)

45 per cent. 53 Glass or manufactures of glass or paste, n. s. p. f. 54 Glass blown either in a mold or otherwise, n. s. p. f. :55 Articles and wares composed wholly or in chief value of earthy or mineral substances, n. s. p. f.

36 Biological, etc., glass tubing and rods. Other glass tubes and tubing, as articles of blown glass, 55 per cent; other glass rods, and canes, 50 per cent as manufactures of glass, n. s. p. f., 55 per cent as articles of colored glass, or 40 per cent if opal, enamel, or cylinder glass.

57 Provided, That parts not specially provided for, wholly or in chief value of glass, of any of the foregoing shall be subject to the same rate of duty as the articles of which they are parts.

58 Imitation precious stones. (Covers prisms of paste under 1 inch in diameter.)

59 For the purposes of this subparagraph no regard shall be had to the method of manufacture of the stoppers or covers.

60 If holding more than 1 pint, 1 cent per lb.; if holding not more than 1 pint and not less than one-fourth of a pint, 142 cents per lb.; if holding less than one-fourth of a pint, 50 cents per gross.

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218(f) Table and kitchen articles and uten- 60 per cent.. 55 per cent.

45 per cent.
sils, and all articles of every de-
scription not specially provided
for, composed wholly or in chief
value of glass, blown or partly
blown in the mold or otherwise,
or colored, cut, engraved, etched,
frosted, gilded, ground' (except
such grinding as is necessary for
fitting stoppers or for purposes
other than ornamentation),
painted, printed in any manner,
sand-blasted, silvered, stained, or
decorated or ornamented in any
manner, whether filled or unfilled,
or whether their contents be

dutiable or free.
218(g) | Table and kitchen articles and

utensils, composed wholly or in
chief value of glass, when pressed
and unpolished, whether or not
decorated or ornamented in any
manner or ground (except such 50 per cent.

50 per cent.

(45 per cent.
grinding as is necessary for fitting

130 per cent.68
stoppers or for purposes other
than ornamentation), whether
filled or unfilled, or whether their

contents be dutiable or free..
218(h) | Any of the articles specified in this

(61).
paragraph, if containers of mer-
chandise subject to an ad valorem
rate of duty or to a rate of duty
based in whole or in part upon
the value thereof, shall be dutia-
ble at the rate applicable to their
contents, but not less than the
rate provided for in this para-

graph.
218(i) For the purposes of this act, bottles,

(62)

(62).
vials, and jars with glass stoppers
or covers shall with their stoppers

or covers be deemed entireties. 218(j) For the purposes of this schedule

(63)

(63).
an article shall be considered to
be composed wholly or in chief
value of glass if such article is
wholly or in chief value of glass,
or of paste, or of a combination of

glass and paste.
219 Cylinder, crown, and sheet glass,64

by whatever process made, and

for whatever purpose used: 65
Not exceeding 150 square inches... 176 cents per lb. 144 cents per lb. 66 78 cents per lb.
Above 150 and not exceeding 2116 cents per lb. 138 cents per lb. 66 1 cent per lb.

384 square inches.
Above 384 and not exceeding 27/16 cents per lb... 156 cents per lb.66 19 cents per lb.

720 square inches.
Above 720 and not exceeding 258 cents per lb. 134 cents per lb.66 112 cents per lb.

864 square inches.
Above 964 and not exceeding 3 cents per lb. 2 cents per lb.66 112 cents per lb.

1,200 square inches.
Above 1,200 and not exceeding 338 cents per lb... 244 cents per lb.66 178 cents per lb.

2,400 square inches.

Above 2,400 square inches ---- 334 cents per lb 242 cents per lb.66 2 cents per lb. 63 Glass or manufactures of glass or paste, n. s. p. f. 01 Not in act of 1913. 62 Under the acts of 1913 and 1922, “Bottles with cut-glass stoppers.". 63 In chief value of “glass or paste or a combination of glass and paste" under act of 1922; “chief value of glass" under act of 1913.

61 "Common window glass" instead of "sheet glass” in act of 1913. 66 “Unpolished" in acts of 1913 and 1922.

66 Not exceeding 150 square inches, 178 cents per pound; above 150 and not exceeding 384 square inches, 2116 cents per pound; above 384 and not exceeding 720 square inches, 2716 cents per pound; above 720 and not exceeding 764 square inches, 256 cents per pound; above 864 and not exceeding 1,200 square inches, 3 cents per pound; above 1,200 and not exceeding 2,400 square inches, 338 cents per pound; above 2,400 square inches, 334 cents per pound, by presidential proclamation, effective June 13, 1929, under sec. 315.

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ft.73

219 Prorided, That none of the foregoing 50 per cent 67 (68)

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weighing less than 16 oz. but not
less than 12 ounces per sq. ft. shall
be subject to a less rate of duty

than. 69
220 Laminated glass composed of layers 60 per cent. 50 per cent 70 30 per cent. 70

of glass and other material or ma-
terials, and manufactures wholly

or in chief value of such glass.70 221 Rolled glass (not sheet glass) fluted, 142 cents per lb...- 34 or 142 cents per 42 or 1 cent per sq. figured, ribbed, or rough, or the

ft.71 same containing a wire netting

within itself. 222(a) Plate glass, by whatever process

made: 71 Not exceeding 384 square inches. 1242 cents sq. ft.78.- 1242 cents sq.ft.74,75. 6 cents per sq. ft.76 Above 384 and not exceeding 720

17 cents sq.

15 cents sq. ft.74, 76. 8 cents per sq. ft.76 square inches. Above 720 and not exceeding 1,008 1742 cents sq. ft.73.. square inches.

1722 cents sq. ft.74,75_ 12 cents per sq. ft.76 Above 1,008 square inches.. 1934 cents sq. ft.73.. 222(b) Plate glass containing a wire netting

within itself: 72
Not exceeding 384 square inches - 15 cents per sq. ft-- 15 cents per sq. ft.- 6 cents per sq. ft.
Above 384 and not exceeding 720 20 cents per sq. ft.. 1742 cents per sq. 8 cents per sq. ft.
square inches.

ft. Above 720 square inches... 23 cents per sq. ft. 20 cents per sq. ft. 12 cents per sq. ft. 222(c) The term “plate glass," when used

(17)

(77).
in this act, means glass wholly
ground and polished on both sur-

faces.
222(d) Rolled, cylinder, crown, and sheet

glass, not plate glass, if ground
wholly or in part (whether or
not polished) otherwise than for
the purpose of ornamentation,
or if one-fourth of one inch or
more in thickness and obscured
by coloring prior to solidifica-
tion, shall be subject to the
duties provided in subpara-
graph (a) or (b) of this para-
graph; if any of the foregoing is
subjected to any of the processes
specified in par. 224, the addi-
tional duty provided therein

shall apply: 18
67 New provision in act of 1930.

68 Provided, That unpolished, cylinder, crown, and sheet glass, imported in boxes, shall contain fifty square feet, as nearly as sizes will permit, and the duty shall be computed thereon according to the actual weight of glass.

69 Provided further, That cylinder, crown, and sheet glass, imported in boxes, shall be denied entry unless packed in units containing fifty square feet or multiples thereof, as nearly as sizes will permit, and the duty shall be computed thereon according to actual weight of glass.

70 New provision in act of 1930. “Manufactures wholly or in chief value of glass, n. s. p. f.," under acts of 1913 and 1922.

71 Not exceeding 384 square inches and above 384 square inches, respectively: All fluted, rolled, ribbed, or rough plate glass, weighing over one hundred pounds per one hundred square feet, shall pay an additional duty on the excess at the same rates herein imposed.

72 "Cast polished plate glass, finished or unfinished, and unsilvered,” in acts of 1922 and 1913.

73 Provided, That none of the foregoing measuring one-half inch or over in thickness shall be subject to & less rate of duty than 50 per centum ad valorem.

74 Not exceeding 384 square inches, 16 cents per square foot; above 384 and not exceeding 720 square inches, 19 cents per square foot; above 720 square inches, 22 cents per square foot, by presidential proc. lamation, effective Feb. 16, 1929, under sec. 315.

75 Cylinder, crown, and sheet glass (wholly ground and polished on both surfaces): Not exceeding 384 square inches, 4 cents per square foot; exceeding 384 and not exceeding 720 square inches, 6 cents per square foot; exceeding 720 and not exceeding 1,440 square inches, 12 cents per square foot; above 1,440 square inches, 15 cents per square foot.

76 Cylinder and crown glass (wholly ground and polished on both surfaces]: Not exceeding 384 square inches, 3 cents per square foot; exceeding 384 and not exceeding 720 square inches, 4 cents per square foot, above 720 and not exceeding 1,440 square inches, 7 cents per square foot; exceeding 1,440 square inches, 10 cents per square foot.

77 New provision in act of 1930.

78 " Fluted, rolled, ribbed, or rough plate glass, or the same containing a wire netting when ground smoothed, or otherwise obscured, shall be subject to the same rate of duty as cast polished plate glass unsilvered,” in acts of 1922 and 1913.

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