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354 Penknives, pocketknives, clasp

knives, pruning knives, hud-
ding knives, erasers, manicure
knives, and all knives by what-
ever name known, including
such as

are denominatively
mentioned in this act, which
have folding or other than fixed

blades or attachments: 66
Valued at not more than 40 cents 1/4 cents each and 1 cent each and 50 35 per cent.
per dozen.

59 per cent.
valued at more than 40 and not

per cent.

5 cents each and 50 5 cents each and 50 35 per cent. more than 50 cents per dozen.

per cent.

per cent.
Valued at more than 50 and not 11 cents each and 11 cents each and
more than $1.25 per dozen.

55 per cent.

55 per cent.
Valued at not more than $1 per

35 per cent.
dozen.
Valued at more than $1 per dozen.
Valued at more than $1.25 and not 18 cents each and

55 per cent.
18 cents each and

55 per cent. more than $3 per dozen.

55 per cent.

55 per cent.
Valued at more than $3 and not 25 cents each and 25 cents each and 55 per cent.
more than $6 per dozen.

50 per cent.

50 per cent.
Valued at more than $6 per dozen. 35 cents each and 35 cents each and 55 per cent.

55 per cent.

55 per cent. Blades, handles, or other parts of (67)

(67).

(68).
any of the foregoing knives or

erasers. 66
Any of the foregoing assembled (69).

(69).

(88).
but not fully finished.68
Cuticle knives, and parts thereof, 60 per cent.. 60 per cent.

20 per cent.68,70 finished or unfinished, by

whatever name known.66
Assembled but not fully fin. (°)...----

60 per cent.

30 per cent.
ished.66
Corn knives, nail files, tweezers, 60 per cent.. 60 per cent.

20 per cent. 70
and parts thereof, finished or
unfinished, by whatever name

known.68
Assembled but not fully fin- (6').

60 per cent.

30 per cent.
ished. 66
Manicure or pedicure nippers and

60 per cent.

60 per cent.. 30 per cent.
parts. 68
Assembled but not fully fin. (69).

60 per cent. 20 per cent.70 ished.66 355 Table, butchers', carving, cooks',

hunting, kitchen, bread, cake,
pie, slicing, cigar, butter, vege-
table, fruit, cheese, canning,
fish, carpenters' bench, cur-
riers', drawing, farriers', flesh-
ing, hay, sugar-beet, beet-top-
ping, tanners', plumbers',
painters', palette, artists',
shoe, and similar knives, forks,
and steels, and cleavers,71 all
the foregoing finished or un-

finished, n. s. p. f.: 72
With handles of 78—
Mother-of-pearl, shell, ivory, 16 cents each and 16 cents each and 30 per cent.
deer or other animal horn, 45 per cent.

45 per cent.
silver, or other metal than
aluminuin, nickel silver, iron

or steel. 66 Provided, That all the 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 die sunk conspicuously and indelibly on the shank or tang of at least one or, if practicable, each and every blade thereof.

(Act of 1930; provisions to the same effect in acts of 1913 and 1922.)

87 Blades, handles, or other parts of any of the foregoing knives or erasers shall be dutiable at not less than the rate herein imposed upon knives and erasers valued at more than 50 cents and not exceeding $1.25 per. dozen.

68 Valued at not more than $1 per dozen, 35 per cent. Valued at more than $1 per dozen, 55 per cent. 69 Dutiable at not less than the rate of duty herein imposed upon fully finished articles of the same material and quality, but not less in any case than 15 cents each and 55 per cent.

70 Articles of metal not composed of or plated with gold or silver.

71 Cake, pie, slicing, cigar, canning, fish, sugar-beet, beet-topping, similar knives, and cleavers added in act of 1922. In act of 1913 dutiable as "articles or wares, n. s. p. f., composed wholly or in part of iron, steel, or other metal, and whether partly or wholly manufactured.”.

73 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 die sunk legibly and indelibly upon the blade in a place that shall not be covered. (Acts of 1922 and 1930; provisions to the same effect in act of 1913.

7: Material of handle not specified in act of 1913.

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355 Table, butchers', etc.—Continued.

With handles of Continued.
Hard rubber, solid bone, cellu- 8 cents each and 8 cents each and 30 per cent.
loid, or any pyroxylin, casein, 45 per cent.

45 per cent.
or similar material.
Any other material-
Less than 4 inches in length 74 2 cents each and 2 cents each and 30 per cent.
exclusive of handle.

45 per cent.

45 per cent.
4 inches in length or over 14 8 cents each and 8 cents each and 30 per cent.
exclusive of handle.

45 per cent.

45 per cent.
Without handles-
With blades less than 6 inches 2 cents each and 2 cents each and

25 per cent.
in length.74

45 per cent.

45 per cent.
With blades 6 inches or more in 8 cents each and 8 cents each and 25 per cent.
length.74

45 per cent.

45 per cent. 356 | Planing-machine knives, tannery 20 per cent.

20 per cent.

20 per cent.75
and leather knives, tobacco knives,
paper and pulp mill knives, roll
bars, bed plates, and all other
stock-treating parts for pulp and
paper machinery, shear blades,
circular cloth cutters, circular cork
cutters, circular cigarette cutters,
meat-slicing cutters, and all other
cutting knives and blades used in

power or hand machines. 76
357 Nail, barbers', and animal clippers,

and blades, finished or unfin-
ished:77
Valued at not more than 50 cents 342 cents each and 342 cents each and 20 per cent.75
per dozen.

45 per cent.

45 per cent. Valued at more than 50 cents and 15 cents each and 15 cents cach and

20 per cent.78 not more than $1.75 per dozen. 45 per cent.

45 per cent. Valued at more than $1.75 per 20 cents each and 20 cents each and

20 per cent.75 dozen.

45 per cent.

45 per cent.
Shears, pruning and sheep: 77
Valued at not more than 50 cents 322 cents each and 342 cents each and Free.78
per dozen.

45 per cent.

45 per cent.
Valued at more than 50 cents and 15 cents each and 15 cents each and Free.78
not more than $1.75 per dozen. 45 per cent.

45 per cent.
Valued at more than $1.75 per 20 cents each and 20 cents each and Free.78
dozen.

45 per cent.

45 per cent.
Scissors and other shears and

blades, finished or unfinished : 77
Valued at not more than 50 cents 342 cents each and 342 cents each and 30 per cent.
per dozen.

45 per cent.

45 per cent. Valued at more than 50 cents and 15 cents each and 15 cents each and

30 per cent.
not more than $1.75 per dozen. 45 per cent.

45 per cent.
Valued at more than $1.75 per 20 cents each and 20 cents each and 30 per cent.
dozen.

45 per cent.

45 per cent. 358 Blades for safety razors,79 in strips.81 42 cent each and 1 cent each and 30 (80).

30 per cent.

per cent.
Other blades, finished or un- 1 cent each and 30 1 cent each and 30 (80).
finished.61

per cent.
Razors and parts finished or un-

finished:70
Valued at less than 75 cents per 18 cents each and 18 cents each and 35 per cent.
dozen.

30 per cent.

45 per cent.
Valued at 75 cents and less than 25 cents each and 25 cents each and (80).
$1.50 per dozen.

30 per cent.

45 per cent. Valued at $1.50 and less than $3 30 cents each and 30 cents each and

55 per cent. per dozen,

30 per cent.

45 per cent.
Valued at $3 and less than $4 per 35 cents each and 35 cents each and 55 per cent.
dozen.

30 per cent.

45 per cent.
Valued at $4 or more per dozen... 45 cents each and 45 cents each and 55 per cent.

30 per cent.

45 per cent.
Safety razors, and safety-razor han- 10 cents each and 10 cents each and (80).
dles and frames.79

30 per cent.

30 per cent. 74 Length of blade not specified in act of 1913. 75 Articles or wares n. s. p. f., composed of iron, steel, or other metal, partly or wholly manufactured. 76 New classification made in act of 1922.

77 Provided, That all articles specified in this paragraph, when imported shall have die sunk conspicuously and indelibly, the name of the maker or purchaser and beneath the same the name of the country of origin, to be placed on the outside of the blade, between the screw or rivet and the handle of scissors and shears (except pruning and sheep shears), and on the blade or handle of pruning and sheep shears and clippers. (Acts of 1922 and 1930; provisions to the same effect in act of 1913.)

79 Agricultural implements.

70 Provided, That all articles specified in this paragraph, when imported, shall have tho name of the maker or purchaser, and beneath the same the name of the country of origin die sunk conspicuously and indelibly on the blade or shank or tang of each and every blade, and on safety razors and parts thereof. (Acts of 1922 and 1930; provisions to the same effect in act of 1913.)

80 Valued at not more than $1 per dozen, 35 per cent; valued at more than $1 per dozen, 55 per cent. 81 New classification in act of 1930.

per cent.

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359 Surgical instruments, and parts
thereof, including hypodermic

55 per cent
45 per cent.

20 per cent 82 or

150 per cent.83
needles, hypodermic syringes,
and forceps, composed wholly
or in part of iron, steel, copper,
brass, nickel, aluminum, or
other metal, finished or un-

finished.84, 85
If in chief value of glass -.. 70 per cent...

65 per cent 36

30 per cent 87 or Dental instruments, and parts 35 per cent..

Free.88 35 per cent.

S20 per cent 82 or thereof, including hypodermic

150 per cent.83
needles, hypodermic syringes,
and forceps, wholly or in part of
iron, steel, copper, brass, nickel,
aluminum, or other metal,

finished or unfinished.54, 85
If in chief value of glass..
60 per cent.

(30 per cent. 87
65 per cent 56

Free.88 360 Scientific and laboratory instri! ments, apparatus, utensils, appli40 per cent... 40 per cent.

120 per cent.89

Free.90
ances (including mathematical
instruments), and parts thereof,
wholly or in chief value of metal,
and not plated with gold, silver,
or platinum, finished or unfin-

ished, n. s. p. 1.84
Drawing instruments, and parts
thereof, wholly or in chief value
45 per cent... 40 per cent.

{ 20 per cent.89

Free.90
of metal 91, 84
Surveying instruments and parts 64 40 per cent... 40 per cent.

$25 per cent.92

(Free.90 361 Pliers, pincers, and nippers, and

hinged hand tools for holding
and splicing wire, finished or

unfinished: 93
Slip joint pliers.

60 per cent.. 60 per cent.. 30 per cent.
Other pliers, pincers and nippers,

and hinged hand tools for
holding and splicing wire-
Valued at not more than $2 per 5 cents each and

60 per cento4

30 per cent.04 dozen.

60 per cent.96 Valued at more than $2 per 10 cents each and

60 per cent 94

30 per cent.94 dozen.

60 per cent.96 82 Articles or wares, n. s. p. f., of metal not plated or of gold or silver, partly or wholly manufactured.

83 Articles or wares, n. s. p. f., of platinum, gold, silver or plated with gold or silver, partly or wholly manufactured.

84 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, die sunk conspicuously and indelibly on the outside, or if a jointed instrument on the outside when closed.' (Acts of 1922 and 1930.)

85“ Including hypodermic needles, hypodermic syringes, and forceps" added in act of 1930.
86 Dutiable as surgical instruments, finished or unfinished, in chief value of glass or paste.
87 Manufactures of which glass or paste is the component material of chief value, n. s. p. f.
88 Scientific apparatus, utensils, etc., imported for scientific purposes, free.

80 Articles or wares, n. s. p. f., if composed or in chief value of iron, steel, lead, copper, brass, nickel, pewter, zinc, aluminum, or other metal, but not plated with gold or silver, and whether partly or wholly manufactured.

00 Philosophical and scientific apparatus, utensils, instruments, and preparations, including bottles and boxes containing the same, especially imported

in good faith for the use and by order of any society or insti. tution incorporated or established solely for religious, philosophical, educational, scientific or literary purposes, or for the encouragement of the fine arts, or for the use and by order of any college, academy, school, or seminary of learning in the United States, or any State or public library, and not for sale (and articles solely for experimental purposes, when imported by any

society or institution of the character herein described [act of 1913]), subject to such regulations as the Secretary of the Treasury shall prescribe. . * Vases, retorts, and other apparatus, vessels, and parts thereof, composed of platinum, for chemical uses.

91 New classification act of 1930.
93 Surveying instruments, frames, and mountings.

93 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 die sunk conspicuously and indelibly on the outside of the joint.

94 Hinged hand tools classified as articles or wares n. s. p. f., composed wholly or in chief value of metal, at 40 per cent, act of 1922, and at 20 per cent, act of 1913.

95 Except manicure and pedicure nippers.

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362 Files, file blanks, rasps, and floats,

of whatever cut or kind:
242 inches in length and under-- 25 cents per doz..-25 cents per doz... 25 per cent.
Over 242 and not over 442 inches 4722 cents per doz.- 4742 cents per doz.- 25 per cent.

in length.
Over 442 and under 7 inches in 6242 cents per doz.- 6242 cents per doz.-25 per cent.

length.

7 inches and over in length.. 7742 cents per doz.. 7722 cents per doz.-25 per cent. 363 Sword blades, and swords and side 50 per cent.

50 per cent.

30 per cent. arms, irrespective of quality or

use, wholly 96 or in part of metal. 364 Bells (except church and similar 50 per cent.

40 per cent 97... 20 or 50 per cent.07 bells and carillons), finished or

unfinished and parts thereof.93
365 Shotguns, rifles, and combination

shotguns and rifles:
Valued at not more than $5 each.... $1.50 each and 45 $1.50 each and 45 35 per cent.

per cent.

per cent.
Valued at more than $5 each and $4 each and 45 per $4 each and 45 per

35 per cent.
not more than $10 each.

cent.

cent.
Valued at more than $10 each and $6 each and 45 per $6 each and 45 per 35 per cent.
not more than $25 each.

cent.

cent.
Valued at more than $25 each and $10 each and 45 per $10 each and 45 per 35 per cent.
not more than $50 each.

cent.

cent.
Valued at over $50 each..

65 per cent.
$10 each and 45 per

35 per cent.

cent.
Without lock or fittings..

$10 each and 55 per $10 each and 55 per 35 per cent.
cent.

cent.
Barrels for, further advanced in $4 each and 50 per $4 each and 50 per

35 per cent.
manufacture than rough bored cent.

cent.
only.
Stocks for, wholly or partly manu- $5 each and 50 per $5 each and 50 per 35 per cent.
factured.

cent.

cent.
Parts and fittings for.

55 per cent.
55 per cent.

35 per cent.
Shotgun barrels, in single tubes, 10 per cent.

Free.

Free. forged, rough bored. 366 Pistols and revolvers,99 automatic,

single shot, magazine, or re

volving:
Valued at not more than $4 each - $2.00 each and 55 $1.25 each and 55 35 per cent.

per cent.

per cent.
Valued at more than $4 and not $2.50 each and 55 $2.50 each and 55 35 per cent.
more than $8 each.

per cent.
Valued at more than $8 each...-- $3.50 each and 55 $3.50 each and 55 35 per cent.

per cent.

per cent.
Parts and fittings for.
105 per cent. (1)--

35 per cent. 367(a) Watch movements, and time-keep

ing, time-measuring, or time-in-
dicating mechanisms, devices,
and instruments, whether or
not designed to be worn or car-
ried on or about the person,
less than 177100 inches wide,
whether or not in cases, con-
tainers, or housings:
Having more than 1 and not

more than 7 jewels-
(1) More than 142 inches wide... $1.25 each.
More than 1.2, not more than $1.40 each.

1.5 inches wide.
More than 1, not more than $1.55 each..

1.2 inches wide.
More than 0.9, not more than $1.75 each.

1 inch wide.
More than 0.8, not more than $2.00 each.

0.9 inch wide.
More than 0.6, not more than $2.25 each.

30 per cent.
0.8 inch wide.
0.6 inch or less wide..

$2.50 each.
(2) Without jewels, or having Above rates (ac- 75 cents per move-
only 1 jewel.

cording to ment.
width) less 40

per cent.
Having 2, 3, 4, 5, or 6 jewels..

75 cents per move

ment. 36 Wholly” added by act of 1922. 07 Articles or wares n. s.p.f., composed wholly or in part of iron or steel,

or other metal, and whether wholly or partly manufactured.

08 New classification in the act of 1930.
90 “And revolvers" and "single shot," added by act of 1930.
1 Same rates of duty as upon complete arms.

· Rates in act of 1922 limited to watch movements; other mentioned mechanisms, devices, and instruments being classified in the clock paragraph.

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$30 per cent.

30 per cent.

30 per cent.

367(a) Watch movements-Continued.

(2) Without jewels, etc.-Con.
Having 7 jewels...

$1.25 per move

ment.
(3) Having more than 7 (and not

more than 17) jewels-
Having 8, 9, 10, or 11 jewels.. ) Above rates (ac- $1.25 per move-

cording to ment.
Having 12, 13, 14, or 15 jewels. width) and 15 $2.00 per move-

cents per jewel ment.
Having 16 or 17 jewels, unad. in excess of 7 $2.75 per move-
justed.

jewels.

ment.
(4) Adjustments (adjustments to

temperature treated as 2
adjustments): 3
Having not over 17 jewels... $1 for each adjust (Above rates per

mentin addition movement ac-
to rates accord- cording to jewels.

ing to width and
Having 17 jewels-

jewels. Adjusted to temperature...

$3.50 per move

ment. Adjusted to 3 positions.....

$4.75 per

move

ment. Adjusted to 5 positions....

$6.50 per move

ment.
(5) For operation over 47 hours Above rates (ac- Above rates (ac-
without rewinding or if self- cording to cording to jew-
winding.

width, jewels, els and adjust-
and adjust ments).
ments) and $1

per movement.
(6) Having over 17 jewels, ad- $10.75 per move- $10.75 per move.
justed or unadjusted, with or

ment.

ment.
without dials.
367(b) All the foregoing shall have cut,

engraved, or die sunk, conspic-
uously and indelibly on one or
more of the top plates or bridges:
The name of the country or
manufacture; the name of the
manufacturer or purchaser; in
words and in Arabic numerals
the number of jewels, if any,
serving a mechanical purpose as
frictional bearings; and, in words
and in Arabic numerals, the
number and classes of adjust-
ments, or, if unadjusted, the
word 'unadjusted.” Similar
marking provisions are con-

tained in the act of 1922. 367 (c)

(1) Parts for any of the foregoing 45 per cent.... 45 per cent..
(except pillar or bottom plates,
or their equivalent, bridges, or
their equivalent, and jewels)
imported in the same shipment
with complete movements,
mechanisms, devices, or instru-
ments, provided for in subpar.
(a) of this paragraph (whether
or not suitable for use in such
movements, mechanisms, de-
vices, or instruments), but this
clause of this subparagraph shall
not be applicable to that por-
tion of all the parts in the ship-
ment which exceeds in value 4
per cent of the value of such
compl movements, mech-

anisms, devices, or instruments.
(2) Pillar or bottom plates, or One-half the 45 per cent 4
their equivalent.

amount of duty
which would be
borne by the
complete move-
ment, etc., for

which suitable.
3 Not applicable to movements having more than 17 jewels.
• Dutiable as parts under the act of 1922.

30 per cent.

30 per cent.

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