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25 Chicle, refined or advanced in 5 cents per lb... 15 cents per lb...-- 20 cents per lb.

value by drying, straining, or
any other process or treatment
beyond that essential to pro-

per packing.
26 Chloral hydrate...
35 per cent. 35 per cent.

25 per cent. Glycerophosphoric acid and salts 35 per cent.

35 per cent.

25 per cent.
and compounds of.
Terpin hydrate...

35 per cent.
35 per cent.

25 per cent.
Thymol...

35 per cent.
35 per cent.

25 per cent.
Diethylbarbituric acid and salts $2.50 per lb. 25 per cent 1, 10, 20

15 per cent. 1, 10 and compounds thereof. Ethyl-hydrocupreine and salts and 20 cents per oz....

25 per cent 10

15 per cent.10
and compounds thereof.
Coal-tar products: 21

(40 per cent and 7
27 (a) A cetanilide not suitable for medic-40 per cent and 7 cents per lb.
inal use.
cents per lb. 55 per cent 22 and

25 per cent.

7 cents per lb. Alphanaphthol, beta-naphthol

(40 per cent and not suitable for medicinal use, 40 per cent and 7 7 cents per lb. 15 per cent or 10 per resorcinol not suitable for

cents per lb. 55 per cent 22 and cent. medicinal use.

7 cents per lb.
Aminobenzoic acid, aminonaph.

thol, aminophenetole, amino-
phenol, aminoanthraquinone,
anthraquinone, arsanilic acid,
benzal chloride, benzanthrone,
benzoquinone, benzoyl chlo.
ride, benzylethylaniline, bro-
mobenzene, chlorobenzene,
chlorophthalic acid, cinnamic
acid, dehydrothiotoluidine, di.
aminostilbene, dichlorophthalic
acid, dimethylaminophenol, di.
methylphenylbenzylammo.
nium hydroxide, dimethylphe-
nylenediamine, dinitronaph.
thalene, dinitrophenol, dihy.
droxynaphthalene, hydroxy.
phenylarsinic acid, methylan.
thraquinone, naphthylenedia-

(40 per cent and
mine, nitroanthraquinone, ni. 40 per cent and 7

7 cents per lb. trobenzaldehyde, nitronaph. cents per lb.

>15 per cent,

55 per cent 22 and
thalene, nitrophenol, nitrophe.

7 cents per lb.
nylenediamine, nitrosodiinethy.
laniline, nitrotoluylenediamine,
phenylenediamine, phenylhy.
drazine, phenylnapthylamine,
phenylglycine, phenylglycine-
ortho-carboxylic acid, phthali.
mide, quinaldine, quinoline,
salts of salicylic acid not suit-
able for medicinal use, sulfanilic
acid, thiocarbanilide, thiosali-
cylic acid, tetrachlorophihalic
acid, tetramethyldiaminoben.
zophenone, tetramethyldianii.
nodiphenylmethane, toluene
sulfochloride, toluene sulfona.
mide, tribromophenol, tolylene-
diamine, carbazole having a

purity of 65 per cent or more. 1 Acids and acid anhydrides, n. s. p. f. 10 Chemical and medicinal compounds, preparations, mixtures, and salts and combinations, n. s. p. f. 20 Assessed on American selling price instead of foreign value, by presidential proclamation, effective Nov. 29, 1924, under sec. 315.

21 The revenue act of 1916 divided coal-tar products into three groups-crudes, intermediates, and finished or partly finished products-and imposed special duties in addition to the regular duties, which special duties ran for 5 years and ceased a year before the tariff act of 1922 took effect.

The emergency tariff act of 1921, Title V, provided that, for a period of 3 months, certain coal-tar products should be denied entry or delivered from customs custody unless the Secretary of the Treasury should determine that the particular article or satisfactory substitute was not obtainable in the United States or in any of its possessions in sufficient quantities and on reasonable terms as to quality, price, and delivery, and that such article in the quantity to be admitted was required for consumption by an actual consumer in the United States or in any of its possessions within 6 months after receipt of the merchandise.

22 Provided, That for a period of two years, beginning on the day following the passage of this Act, the ad valorem rate of duty shall be 55 per cent instead of 40 per cent.

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27 (a) Coal-tar products-Continued.
(1) Aminosalicylic acid, aniline oil,

aniline salt, benzaldehyde not
suitable for medicinal use, ben-
zidine, benzidine sulfate, benzyl
chloride, cumidine, dianisidine,

(40 per cent and
dimethyl aniline, dinitroben. 40 per cent and 7 7 cents per lb. 15 per cent or 10 per
zene, dinitrochlorobenzene, di- cents per lb. 55 per cent 22 and cent.
nitrotoluene, diphenylamine,

7 cents per lb.
metanilic acid, naphthylamine,
nitroaniline, nitrobenzene, ni
trotoluene, tolidine, toluidine,

xylidine.
Anthracene having a purity of 30 40 per cent and 7 40 per cent and

Free.
per cent or more.

cent per lb.

7 cents per lb.
Phthalic anhydride.

40 per cent and 7 55 per cent 22 and 15 per cent.
cents per lb. 7 cents per lb.

(40 per cent and
Benzoic acid not suitable for me- 40 per cent and 7 7 cents per lb.
dicinal use.

cents per lb. 55 per cent 23 and 15 per cent. 23

7 cents per lb. Phthalic acid, naphthalene which

40 per cent and
after removal of all water present 40 per cent and 7 7 cents per lb.

Free.
has a solidifying point of 79° C. or cents per lb. 55 per cent 22 and
above.

7 cents per lb.

40 per cent and Salicylic acid not suitable for me. 40 per cent and 7 7 cents per lb. dicinal use.

cents per lb.

55 per cent 22 and 1242 cents per lb.

7 cents per lb.
All the foregoing products in this

paragraph whether obtained,
derived, or manufactured from

coal tar or other source.
277(a) Distillates (except those provided
(2) for in subparagraph (b)) of coal

tar, blast-furnace tar, oil-gas
tar, and water-gas tar, which
on being subjected to distilla-
tion yield in the portion distill-
ing below 190° C. a quantity of

(40 per cent and
tar acids equal to or more than

40 per cent and 7 7 cents per lb.
5 per cent of the original distill-
cents per lb. 55 per cent 22 and

5 per cent. 24
ate or which on being subjected

7 cents per lb.
to distillation yield in the por-
tion distilling below 215° C. a
quantity of tar acids equal to or
more than 75 per cent of the

original distillate.
27 (a) Products, by whatever name
(3) known, similar to those pro-

vided for in this paragraph or
in paragraph 1651, and which

(40 per cent and
are obtained, derived, or man-

40 per cent and 7 7 cents per lb.
ufactured in whole or in part
cents per lb. 55 per cent 22 and

>15 per cent.23
from any of the products pro-

7 cents per lb. vided for in this paragraph or

in paragraph 1651. 27 (a) Mixtures, including solutions, consisting in whole or in part of

(40 per cent and any of the foregoing products | 40 per cent and 7 7 cents per lb. provided for in this paragraph, cents per lb. 55 per cent 22 and

15 per cent.10 except sheep dip and medicinal

7 cents per lb.
soaps.
27 (a) All the foregoing products, not
(5) colors, dyes, or stains, color

acids, color bases, color lakes,
leuco-compounds, indoxyl and
indoxyl compounds, ink pow-
ders, photographic chemicals,
medicinals, synthetic aromatic
or odoriferous chemicals, syn-
thetic resinlike products, syn-
thetic tanning materials, or ex-
plosives, and not specially pro-
vided for in paragraph 28 or

1651. 10 Chemical and medicinal compounds, preparations, mixtures, and salts and combinations, 1. s. p. f.

22 Provided, That for a period of two years, beginning on the day following the passage of this Act, the ad valorem rate of duty shall be 55 per cent instead of 40 per cent. 23 All other products or preparations of coal tar, not colors or dyes, n. s. p. I. 24 Coal-tar distillates, n. s. p. f.

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27 (b)

Coal-tar products-Continued.
Phenol, carbolic acid, which on

distillation yields in portion dis-
tilling below 190° C., 5 per cent
or more of original distillate as
tar acids, metacresol having a
purity of 90 per cent or more,

(40 per cent and
orthocresol, having a purity of (20 per cent and 7 cents per lb.25
90 per cent or more, paracresol, 372 cents per lb.

Free.

55 per cent 22 and
having a purity of 90 per cent or

7 cents per lb.
more, cresylic acid, which on
distillation yields in the portion
distilling below 215° C. 75 per
cent or more of tar acids, and
mixtures of the foregoing with
any of the products provided

foi in paragraph 1651.
27 (c) The ad valorem rates provided in

this paragraph shall be based
upon the American selling price
(as defined in subdivision (g, of
section 402, Title IV), of any
similar competitive article
manufactured or produced in
the United States. If there is
no similar competitive article
manufactured or produced in
the United States then the ad
valorem rate shall be based
upon the United States value,
as defined in subdivision (e) of
section 402, Title IV. [Provi-
sion to same effect in para-

graph 27, act of 1922.]
27 (d) For the purposes of this paragraph

any coal-tar product provided
for in this act shall be consid-
ered similar to or competitive
with any imported coal-tar
product which accomplishes re-
sults substantially equal to
those accomplished by the do-
mestic product when used in
substantially the same manner.
(Provision to same effect in
paragraph 27, act of 1922.)
(a) All colors, dyes, or stains,

(45 per cent and
whether soluble or not in water, 7 cents per lb. and 7 cents per lb.
except those provided for in sub- 45 per cent. 60 per cent 28 and

30 per cent. 27 paragraph (b).

7 cents per lb.
Color acids, color bases, color

15 per cent and
lakes, leuco-compounds, wheth- 7 cents per lb. and 7 cents per lb.
er colorless or not, indoxyl and 45 per cent. 60 per cent 26 and

15 per cent.23
indoxyl compounds.

7 cents per lb. Acetanilide suitable for medicinal

(45 per cent and 7 use, acetphenetidine, acetylsali- 17 cents per lb. and cents per lb. cylic acid, antipyrine, phenol- 45 per cent. 60 per cent 26 and

>25 per cent. phthalein, salol.

7 cents per lb.
Artificial musk, benzyl acetate,

benzyl benzoate, coumarin, di-
phenyloxide, methyl anthranil-
ate, methyl salicylate, phenyl-
acetaldehyde, phenylethyl al-
cohol, and other synthetic

(15 per cent and 7
odoriferous or aromatic chemi-

17 cents per lb, and cents per lb.

45 per cent. cals, including flavors, all of

60 per cent 26 and

20 per cent.28
these products not marketable

7 cents per lb.
as perfumery, cosmetics, or
toilet preparations, and not
mixed and not compounded,

and not containing alcohol. 22 Provided, That for a period of two years, beginning on the day following the passage of this Act, the ad valorem rate of duty shall be 55 per cent instead of 40 per cent. 23 All other products or preparations of coal tar, not colors or dyes, n. s. p. f.

25 Rates on cresylic acid and phenol reduced to 20 per cent and 342 cents per pound by presidential proclamation, effective Aug. 19, 1927, and Nov. 30, 1927, respectively, under sec. 315.

26 Provided, That for a period of two years beginning on the day following the passage of this act the ad valorem rate of duty shall be 60 per cent instead of 45 per cent.

27 Coal-tar dyes or colors, n. s. p. f.

28 All natural or synthetic odoriferous or aromatic substances, preparations, and mixtures used in the manufacture of, but not marketable as, perfumes or cosmetics, not containing alcohol and n. s. p. f

28

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Schedule 1.-Chemicals, Oils, and Paints --Continued

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28 (a)

Coal-tar products-Continued.
Benzaldehyde suitable for medici-

(45 per cent and 7
nal use, benzoic acid suitable 17 cents per lb. and cents per lb.
for medicinal use, beta-naphthol 45 per cent. 60 per cent 26 and

>15 per cent.
suitable for medicinal use.

7 cents per lb.

(45 per cent and 7
Guaiacol and its derivatives...

157 cents per lb. and cents per lb. 15 per cent.
45 per cent. 60 per cent 28 and

25 per cent.23
7 cents per lb.

(45 per cent and 7
Ink powders...

s7 cents per lb. and cents per lb.
(45 per cent. 60 per cent 26 and

15 per cent.
7 cents per lb.

(45 per cent and
Photographic chemicals.

$7 cents per lb. and 7 cents per lb.
45 per cent. 60 per cent 26 and

$15 per cent.23
7 cents per lb.

(45 per cent and 7
Picric acid...

57 cents per lb. and cents per lb.
45 per cent. 60 per cent 26 and 7

15 per cent.23
cents per lb.

(45 per cent and 7
Resorcinol suitable for medicinal 57 cents per lb. and cents per lb.
use.
45 per cent. 60 per cent 26 and

$15 per cent.
7 cents per lb.

(45 per cent and 7
Saccharin..

57 cents per lb. and cents per lb.
45 per cent. 60 per cent 26 and

$65 cents per lb. 7 cents per lb.

(45 per cent and
Salicylic acid suitable for medici- cents per lb. and 7 cents per lb.
nal use.
45 per cent. 60 per cent 26 and

242 cents per lb. 7 cents per lb.

(45 per cent and
Salts of salicylic acid suitable for J7 cents per lb. and 7 cents per lb.
medicinal use.
45 per cent. 60 per cent 26 and

15 per cent.

7 cents per lb.
Other medicinals...

s7 cents per lb, and 45 per cent and 7 15 per cent.
145 per cent. cents per lb.

(45 per cent and
Sodium benzoate..

57 cents per lb. and 7 cents per lb.
45 per cent. 60 per cent 26 and

*5 cents per lb.

7 cents per lb.
Synthetic phenolic resin and all

resinlike products prepared
from phenol, cresol, phthalic
anhydride, coumarone, indene,

(45 per cent and 7
or from any other article or

17 cents per lb. and cents per lb.
material provided for in para-
45 per cent. 60 per cent 28 and 7

15 per cent.23
graph 27 or 1651, all these

cents per lb.
products whether in a solid,
semisolid, or liquid condition.

45 per cent and 7
Synthetic tanning materials.

7 cents per lb. and cents per lb.
45 per cent. 60 per cent 26 and 7

15 per cent. 23
cents per lb.

45 per cent and 7
Trinitrotoluene, and other explo- 57 cents per lb. and cents per lb.
sives except smokeless powders. 45 per cent. 60 per cent 26 and 7

Free.23
All the foregoing products pro-

cents per lb.
vided for in this paragraph,
when obtained, derived, or man-
ufactured in whole or in part
from any of the products pro-
vided for in paragraph 27 or 1651.

(45 per cent and 7
Alizarin and indigo, natural... 57 cents per lb. and cents per lb.

Free.
45 per cent. 60 per cent 26 and 7
Colors, dyes, stains, color acids,

cents per lb.
color bases, color lakes, leuco-
compounds, indoxyl, and in-

(45 per cent and 7
doxyl compounds, obtained, de-
7 cents per lb. and cents per lb.

Free
rived, or manufactured in whole

45 per cent. 60 per cent 26 and 7 or in part from natural alizarin

cents per lb. or natural indigo. 23 All other products or preparations of coal tar, not colors or dyes, n. s. p. f. 26 Provided, That for a period of two years beginning on the day following the passage of this act the ad valor em rate of duty shall be 60 per cent instead of 45 per cent.

29 Guaiacol carbonate, 25 per cent.
30 All explosive substances, n. s. p. f., used for mining, blasting, and artillery purposes.

Schedule 1.-Chemicals, Oils, and Paints-Continued

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28 (a) Coal-tar products-Continued.

45 per cent and 7
Coumarin, natural..

57 cents per lb. and cents per lb.
45 per cent. 60 per cent 28 and 7

20 per cent.
cents per lb.

(45 per cent and 7
Guaiacol, natural, and its deriva- 57 cents per lb. and cents per lb. 15 per cent. 10
tives.

45 per cent. 60 per cent 26 and 7 25 per cent. 29

cents per lb.
Vanillin from whatever source ob-

(45 per cent and 7
tained, derived, or manufac-
7 cents per lb. and cents per lb.31

10 cents per ounce. tured.

45 per cent. 60 per cent 28 and 7

cents per lb.

(45 per cent and 7
Natural methyl salicylate or oil |s7 cents per lb. and cents per lb.
of wintergreen or oil of sweet 45 per cent. 60 per cent 26 and 7

20 per cent. 32
birch.

cents per lb.
Mixtures, including solutions,
consisting in whole or in part of

145 per cent and 7
any of the articles or materials 7 cents per lb. and cents per lb.
provided for in this paragraph, 45 per cent. 60 per cent 26 and 7

15 per cent. 33 excepting mixtures of synthetic

cents per lb. odoriferous or aromatic chemi

cals. 28 (b) Synthetic indigo, “Colour Index 13 cents per lb. and 45 per cent and 7 Free. No. 1177."

20 per cent.

cents per lb. 30 per cent.
Sulphur black, “Colour Index 3 cents per lb. and 60 per cent 26 and 7
No. 978."

20 per cent.

cents per lb. 28 (c) The ad valorem rates provided in

this paragraph shall be based
upon the American selling price
(as defined in subdivision (g)
of section 402, Title IV), of any
similar competitive article
manufactured or produced in
the United States. If there is
no similar competitive article
manufactured or produced in
the United States then the ad
valorem rate shall be based
upon the United States value,
as defined in subdivision (e) of
section 402, Title IV. [Provi-
sion to same effect in paragraph

28, act of 1922.)
28 (d) For the purposes of this para-

graph any coal-tar product pro-
vided for in this Act shall be con-
sidered similar to or competitive
with any imported coal-tar pro-
duct which accomplishes results
substantially equal to those ac-
complished by the domestic
product when used in substan-
tially the same manner. (Pro-
vision to the same effect in

paragraph 28, act of 1922.] 10 Chemical and medicinal compounds, preparations, mixtures, and salts and combinations, n. s. p f.

26 Provided, That for a period of two years beginning on the day following the passage of this act the ad valorem rate of duty shall be 60 per cent instead of 45 per cent. 29 Guaicol carbonate, 25 per cent. 31 By virtue of last proviso, par. 28; vanillin not coal-tar product, 45 per cent under par. 61. 32 Essential and distilled oils, n. s. p. f. 33 All chemical mixtures, n. s. p. f.

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