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Cleaning creams, powders,
and preparations.

13

4
Cleavers.

355

50, 51
Cliff stone, unmanufactured. 1775

177
Clippers, animal, barbers',
and nail

357

51
Clippings:
Brass or Dutch metal.

1634

168
For paper stock.

1750

175
New copper

1658

169
Clips, pencil

1549

159
Clock cases

211,212 25, 57
Clock dials.

368

57
Clock movements and clock-
work mechanisms.

368
Clocks

368

56
Cloth:
Asbestos

1501

139
Bolting, silk

1626

167
Coated with abrasives

1514

145
Cotton

904

96
Cotton, containing rayon or
other synthetic textile-

905

107
Cotton, containing silk.

905

107
Cotton, containing wool

906, 1122

107, 125
Gloria, or umbrella silk.

1205

127
Gunny-
For covering cotton.

1019

116
For paper making -

1750

175
Hair

1525

148
Tracing

907

107
Waste sugar sack

1617

167
Woven-wire

318

43
Cloth cutters, circular

356

51
Cloth-lined paper

1405

134
Clothespins, spring-

412

67
Clothing:
Card, iron or steel.

337

46
Cotton, n. s. p. f.

919

110
Doll..

1513

144
Rayon or other synthetic
textile

1311

131
Silk, not knit or crocheted.. 1210

128
Vegetable fiber not cotton,
n. s. p. f.

1017

116
Wool, not knit or crocheted. 1115

123
See also Wearing apparel.
Cloths, dust, mop, and polish-
ing-

911

108
Clove oil

58

16
Clover seed.

763

81
Cloves-
Ground.

84
Unground.

1768

176
Clubs for games, n. s. p. f.

1502

139
Clumps, for horticultural pur-
poses

753

79
Coal...

1650

169
Compositions of, for fuel

1650

169
Coal-tar products.

27,28,1651 5-7, 7-11,

169
Coated:
Cotton cloth, n. s. p. f.

907

107
Iron or steel.

309

39
Paper-
Embossed or decorated,
printed, etc.

1405

133
N. s. p. f.

1405

133
Wire

316

41
Cobalt:
Additional duty for alloy
content in iron or steel.

305

38
Alloys.

302

35
Compounds

29

11
Linoleate

29

11
Metal.

1652

169
Ore..

1652

169
Oxide.

29

11
Salts

29

11
Sulphate.

11
Cocaine and salts, esters, and
derivatives

59

16
Coca leaves

36

13

Cocculus indicus:
Advanced

35

12
Crude..

1602

163
Cochineal and extracts.

1609

165
Cocoa:
Beans and shells.

1653
Fiber mats and mattings

10221 116
Sweetened and un-
sweetened

777

83
Coconut:
Meat, shredded and desic-
cated

758

80
Oil.

54

16
Coconuts

758

80
Cocoons, silk

1762

176
Cod:
Dried, unsalted.

717
Oil.

1730

174
Pickled or salted

719

74
Smoked or kippered.

720
Cod-liver:
Oil.

1730
Oil cake and oil-cake meal. 1780
Coffee

1654

169
Essences.

776
Substitutes and adulterants 776 83
Cogged ingots

304

37
Coils:
Aluminum

374

61
Iron, round

303
Wire rods

315
Coin holders, metal.

1527
Coins of copper, gold, silver,
etc..

1655
Coir and coir yarn.

1656
Coke

1650
Cold-rolled iron OT steel
sheets and plates -

309

39
Collapsible tubes.

390

63
Collar leather, finished, part-
ly finished, or rough

1530
Collar and cuff buttons:
Metal

1510, 1527 143, 150
Other

1510
Collars and cuffs, shirt:
Cotton.

919
Fur

1519
Linen

1017
Collets, cotton or other vege-
table fiber

912

109
Collodion.

30

11
Emulsion

94

21
Cologne

61

17
Color acids, bases, etc., de-

rived from:
Coal tar

287
Natural alizarin or natural
indigo..

28
Colorimeters

228
Colors:
Alizarin, natural

28
Artists', school, students',
or children's

65
Ceramic and glass.

231
Chromium

70

18
Coal-tar

28

7
Dry, mixed or ground in or

mixed with water, oil, or

solutions other than oil.
Entry prohibited without
statement of identity and
percentage

28

10
Indigo-
Natural

28

8
Synthetic, and sulphur
black.

28

9
N. s. p. f.

66
Columbium metal and alloys. 302

35
Columns and posts, iron or
steel

312
Combination penholders

1550
Combination shotguns and
rifles..

365

53

26110
W 148
1116

8
17
32

18

40
159

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73-75

159
66
22
16
177
161
144
50

3
171

157

170

64
169

61
169
169
169
169

Combinations:
Chemical elements, salts,

compounds, and medi-
cinal preparations, n. s.

p. f..
Compounds, oils, ethers,

extracts, etc., containing

alcohol
Containing-

Cellulose acetate.
Essential or distilled oils,

or natural or synthetic

odoriferous substances.-
Dyeing and tanning ex-

tracts.
Linseed or flaxseed oil.
Of animal, mineral, or vege-

table oils, n. s. p. f.-
Combs:

Metal, n. s. p. f-
N. s. p. f.
Common blue clay
Communion tables
Competitive coal-tar products,

definitions.
"Component material of chief

value" defined
Composition:

Cork
Fuel
Metal, copper, chief value.
Compounds:

Alcoholic, n. s. p. f.
Aluminum
Antimony, n. s. p. f.
Bismuth
Bromine
Caffeine
Casein.
Cellulose

Esters and ethers.

Vulcanized or hard fiber..
Chemical

Alcoholic
Bismuth
Gold, platinum, etc., in

chief value.
N. s. p. f..
Cobalt-
Cream or milk
Diethylbarbituric acid.
Distilled spirits, chief value
Ethyl-hydrocupreine.
Glycerophosphoric acid.
Indoxyl
Lead, n. s. p. f.
Leuco.
Manganese
Medicinal, alcoholic-
Nitrogenous
Pyroxylin
Tin.
Titanium

Vanadium n. s. p.
Compress leather

nonpro-
cessed
Compressed cork
Concentrated melada
Concentrates, metallic (see

also Ores)
Concrete:
Molasses

Reenforcement bars, steel
Concretes, floral
Condensed or evaporated milk
Condenser paper.
Conduits, electrical, iron or

steel.
Confectionery, n. s. p. f.
Containers:

Exported and returned

169

61
172
35
64
63
173
169
169

62
169
49

169
39
64
169

61
169
170
170

46
173
61
43
171
173
133
31

150
170

139
108
113

130
128
115
122
107

113
112
113
85
85
88

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Cotton-Continued.

Centerpieces, plain woven.
Cloth-

Ascertainment of duty on.
Bleached.
Coated
Colored
Containing-
Rayon or other syn-

thetic textile.
Silk

Wool
Damask, and manufac-

tures of
Definition
Dyed.
Filled.
Not bleached, printed,

dyed, or colored
Oilcloths
Printed
Tapestries
Terry-woven.
Tracing -
Upholstery
Waterproof.
Woven with,

*Drop boxes
Eight or more harnesses

or with Jacquard at-

tachments
Lappet or swivel attach-

ments.
Clothing, n. s. p. f..
Collars, shirt, n. s. p. f.
Collets
Compensatory duty on arti-

cles containing long staple-
Cord fabric
Cords and tassels.
Corduroys.
Corset lacings
Crochet cottons
Cuifs, shirt, n. s. p. f.
Curtains, lace.
Damask and manufactures..
Darning cottons.
Doilies.
Dust cloths..
Embroidery cottons-
Fabric-

Cord..
For use in pneumatic tires

In the piece, knit.
Fabrics-
Made on Nottingham

lace-curtain machine....
Pile
With fast edges not ex-

ceeding 12 inches in

width.
Garters.
Gauze, plain.
Gloves
Handkerchiefs.
Healds.
Hit-and-miss rag rugs.
Hollands, window
Hose and half-hose.
Knitting cottons.
Labels for garments or other

articles
Lace window curtains.
Lacings, boot, shoe, and

corset.
Lamp wicking
Loom harness
Manufactures of, n. s. p. f..
Mats and matting
Mittens
Mop cloths
Mufflers, woven.
Napped cloths.

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7
81
112
148

96
47

Cotton-Continued.

Napkins....
Nets or nettings
Nottingham lace curtain

machine products-
Articles and fabrics
Bed sets.
Curtains
Nets and nettings -

Pillow shams
Oilcloths
Outerwear
Pile fabrics
Pillowcases
Pillow shams, Nottingham

lace.
Plush ribbons
Polishing cloths
Quilts
Rags-

Except for paper stock.

Paper stock.
Raw-

Long staple.

N. s. p. f.
Ribbons, plush and velvet..
Rope for machinery belting.
Roving-
Rugs.
Runners, plain woven.
Scarfs, plain woven.
Seed
Sewing thread
Sheets.
Shirt collars and cuffs
Shirts, not knit.
Shoe lacings
Sliver
Spindle banding-
Stove wicking
Suspenders.
Table covers, plain woven..
Table damask and manufac-

tures -
Tapestries
Tassels and cords.
Terry-woven fabrics.
Thread, sewing-
Tire fabric..
Towels.
Tracing cloth
Tubings.
Underwear, knit.
Upholstery cloths.
Velvets or velveteens
Warps.
Waste

Advanced in value.
Waterproof cloth.
Wearing apparel-

Knit

N. s. p. f.
Wicking, lamp, stove, and

candle
Window curtains, Notting-

ham lace.
Window hollands.
Wiping rags-

Yarn..
Cotton gins
Cottonseed

Oil..
Coumarin, natural
Coumarone, products pre-

pared from
Countersinks.
Court-plaster
Cover paper, plain, uncoated.
Covers:

Cigarette book..

Cotton, table or bureau.
Cow peas, n. s. p. f..

Black eye.

130
128
123
25
79
47
147
174

2
2
44
28
30
29
30

24
26
170

33
141

168
63
83
165

150
143

110
116
169
163
169

6
176

107

107
155

38

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162
96
26
12
180
180
34

70
140, 156

26

55
49, 142

60
180
173
29

131
133
177

34
180

Deals, rough (fir, spruce, pine,
etc.)

401
Decalcomania paper,

not
printed:
Duplex.

1735
Simplex.

1405
Decalcomanias.

1406
Deciduous cuttings and seed-
lings.

754
Deck beams, iron or steel.

312
Decolorizing and deodorizing
chars and carbons.

69
Decorated paper.

1405
Decorations, Christmas tree.. 1513
Definitions:
Bottles

217
Bread..

1623
Carboys.

217
Component material of
chief value.

1559
Cotton cloth

904
Demijohns.

217
Drug

34
Engravings.

1807
Etchings

1807
Ferromanganese

302
Filler tobacco..

602
Grass..

1504, 1537
Jars.

217
Jewel..

367
Line measure.

349, 1509
Machine tools

372
Painting.

1807
Periodicals

1726
Plate glass.

222
Rayon or other synthetic
textile

1313
Ream, paper.

1404
Regalia

1773
Scrap iron and scrap steel..
Sculpture...

1807
Similar or competitive coal-
tar products

27, 28
Spiegeleisen

301
Spirits

804
Statuary.

1807
Steel

306
Straw

1504, 1537
Toy.

1513
Vials.

217
Vinegar
Wine gallon

811
Wire rods.

315
Woodcuts.

1802
Wool

1121
Wrapper tobacco.

602
Degras

52
Dehydrothiotoluidine-

27
Demijohns, glass

217
Dental:
Instruments and parts.

359
Mirrors..

228
Dentifrices

61
Department of Agriculture,
imports for

1742
Designs for use in manufac-

tire of textile or wall paper..
Devices for measuring

368
Dextrine and substitutes

84
Dextrose:
Corn sugar or sirup..

503
Testing above 99.7 per cent. 505
Testing not above 99.7 per

VO
cent.

503
Dials:

VO
For clock movements.

368
For watch movements

367
Diamines, alkylene.

2
Diaminostilbene.

27
Diamond dust.

1668
Diamonds:
Cut, not set

1528
Glaziers' and engravers',
unset

1668

7,9

34
85
180
38

140, 156

144
26
78
87
41
179
124
70
15

5
26

52
31
17

174

159
57
20

68

69

Damage on wines, etc., al-

lowance for
Damar..
Damask, table:
Cotton, and manufactures

of.
Linen
Dandelion roots
Darning cottons
Darning needles
Dates:
Candied, crystallized, glacé,

etc.
Fresh or dried
Prepared or preserved,

n. s. p. f...
Dead or creosote oil.
Deadening felt, paper.

68

55
2

5
170

150

170

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