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Fir, spruce, pine, hemlock, or larch:
Timber hewn, sided, or squared, | $1 per M ft.

Free

Free.
otherwise than by sawing.
Round timber used for spars or in $1 per M ft. Free.

Free.
building wharves.
Sawed lumber and timber, n. s.

$1 per M ft.
Free..

Free.
p. f.
In estimating board measure for

the purposes of this paragraph
no deduction shall be made on
account of planing, tonguing,

and grooving.
Boards, planks and deals, rough Free.

Free.

Free.
or not further manufactured
than planed or dressed on one
side, when imported from a
country contiguous to the
Continental United States,
which country admits free of
duty similar lumber imported

from the United States.
402 Maple (except Japanese maple), 8 per cent... Free....

Free.
birch, and beech flooring.
403

Brier root or wood, ivy or laurel 10 per cent..
root, and similar wood, unmanu.

10 per cent.

10 per cent.
factured, or not further advanced
than cut into blocks suitable for
the articles into which they are

intended to be converted.
404
Sawed boards, planks, deals, and 15 per cent..

15 per cent. 10 per cent or free.1 other forms not further manufactured than sawed, and flooring of Spanish cedar, lignum vitæ, lancewood, ebony, box, granadilla, mahogany, rosewood, satinwood, Japanese white oak,

and Japanese maple.
405
Veneers.
20 per cent.. 20 er cent..

15 per cent.
Plywood:
Birch and alder.

50 per cent

3343 per cent.. 15 per cent. Other woods.

40 per cent.

33% per cent. 15 per cent. 406 Wood, unmanufactured, n. §. p. f.- 20 per cent.

20 per cent.

Free.
Hubs for wheels; heading and stave

10 per cent.
10 per cent.

Free.
bolts; last, wagon, oar, heading,
and like blocks or sticks, rough

hewn, or rough shaped, sawed or 407

bored.
Casks, barrels, and hogsheads 15 per cent.. 15 per cent.. 15 per cent.

(empty), sugar-box shooks, and

packing boxes (empty), and pack408 ing-box shooks, of wood, n. s. p. f. Boxes, barrels, and other articles 25 per cent ? 25 per cent ?

15 per cent. containing oranges, lemons, limes,

grapefruit, shaddocks or pomelos. 409 Reeds wrought or manufactured 20 per cent...

20 per cent.

10 per cent.
from rattan or reeds, whether
round, flat, split, oval, or in what-

ever form.
Cane wrought or manufactured 20 per cent.. 20 per cent.

10 per cent.
from rattan.
Cane webbing

20 per cent.
20 per cent.

10 per cent.
Split or partially manufactured 20 per cent.

20 per cent.

10 per cent. rattan, n. s. p. f. 1 According to whether cabinet wood.

Provided, That the thin wood, so called, comprising the sides, tops, and bottoms of fruit boxes of the growth or manufacture of the United States, exported as fruit-box shooks, may be reimported in completed form, filled with fruit, by the payment of duty at one-half the rate imposed on similar boxes of entirely foreign growth and manufacture; but proof of the identity of such shooks shall be made under regulations to be prescribed by the Secretary of the Treasury.

Provided, That the thin wood, so called, comprising the sides, tops and bottoms of fruit boxes of the growth and manufacture of the United States, exported as fruit box shooks, may be reimported in completed form, filled with fruit, without the payment of duty; but proof of the identity of such shooks shall be made under regulations to be prescribed by the Secretary of the Treasury.

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409 Furniture wholly or in chief value 60 per cent 4

of rattan, reed, bamboo, osier or
willow, malacca, grass, seagrass, 4

or fiber of any kind.?
Split bamboo..

144 cents per lb... Osier or willow, including chip of 35 per cent.

and split willow, prepared for

basket makers' use.
Articles n. s. p. f., wholly or partly 45 per cent...
manufactured of rattan, bamboo,

osier or willow.
410 Toothpicks of wood or other vege- 25 per cent.

table substance.
Butchers' and packers' skewers of 25 cents per M..

wood.
411 | Bamboo, wood, straw, papier-

mâché, palm leaf, or composi

tions of wood, n. s.p.f.:
Porch and window blinds.. 50 per cent.

15 per cent.: 25 per cent.

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3345 per cent.

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412 Spring clothespins.

20¢ per gross. Furniture, wholly or partly fin. 40 per cent.

ished, and parts thereof, wholly

or in chief value of wood, n. s. p. f.
Folding rules, wholly or in chief 40 per cent.

value of wood, and s. p. f.
Wood moldings and carvings to be 40 per cent..

used in architectural and furni.

ture decoration.
Bent-wood furniture, wholly or 4742 per cent...

partly finished, and parts thereof.
Paintbrush handles, wholly or in 3346 per cent.

chief value of wood.
Wood flour...

3343 per cent.
Manufactures of wood or bark, or of 3373 per cent..

which wood or bark is the com.
ponent material of chief value,
n. s. p. f.

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• Seagrass added by act of 1930.

House or cabinet furniture wholly or in chief value of wood, wholly or partly finished, n. s. p. f.
8 Willow furniture.
1 Furniture made with frames wholly or in part of wood, rattan, etc., act of 1922.
& Manufactures of wood, n. S. p. f.

Osier or willow manufactures.
10 Not specially provided for.
11 If stained, dyed, painted, polished, grained, or creosoted.
12 Manufactures of palm leaf, n. s. p. f., 15 per cent; manufactures of papier-mâché, n. s. p. 1., 25 per cent.
13 Nonenumerated manufactured articles.
14 Manufactures of wood, n. s. p. f.
15 1633 per cent by presidential proclamation, effective Nov. 13, 1926, under sec. 315.

SCHEDULE 5.-SUGAR, MOLASSES, AND MANUFACTURES OF

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501 Sugars, tank bottoms, sirups of cane 1712510000 cents 124,100 cents per lb. 73100 cent per lb.1.9

juice, melada, concentrated
melada, concrete an concen-
trated molasses, testing by the
polariscope not above 75 sugar

degrees.
For each additional sugar degree 37510000 cent per 491000 cent per lb. 261000 cent per lb.
shown by the polariscopic test Íb. additional. additional.

additional.1,2 (fractions of a degree in pro

portion).
Mixtures containing sugar and 1712510000 cents 124100 cents per lb. (3).

water, testing by thepolariscope
above 50 and not above 75 sugar

degrees.
For each additional sugar degree 375/10000 cent per 481000 cent per lb.

shown by the polariscopic test lb. additional. additional.
(fractions of a degree in pro-

portion).
502 | Molasses and sugar sirups, n. s. p. f.:

Testing not above 48 per cent 25100 cent per gal. 25100 cent per gal..

total sugars.3
Testing above 48 per cent total 2751000 cent per 2751000 cent per

sugars, for each per cent of total gal. additional gal. additional.
sugars' (fractions of a per cent

in proportion).3
Molasses not imported to be com- 3100 cent per lb. of
mercially used for the extrac-

total sugars.
tion of sugar or for human con-

sumption.
Molasses testing not above 52 per

46 cent per gal...-
cent total sugars, not im-
ported to be commercially used
for the extraction of sugar or for

human consumption.5
Testing above 52 and not above

16 cent per gal. ad-
56 per cent total sugars, not

ditional for each imported to be commercially

per cent above 52.
used for the extraction of sugar

or for human consumption.5
Molasses testing:
Not above 40 degrees.

15 per cent.1.6
Above 40 and not above 56 de-

244 cents per gal.1,6 grees. Above 56 degrees

442 cents per gal.1.0 503 Maple sugar...

8 cents per lb. Maple sirup

542 cents per lb.

}4 cents per lb. 3 cents per lb. Dextrose testing not above 99.7 per 2 cents per lb. 122 cents per lb..-- 148 cents per lb.

cent and dextrose sirup.? 504 Sugar cane in its natural state. $2.50 per ton of $1 per ton of 2,000 | 15 per cent.

2,000 lbs.

lbs. Sugar contained in dried sugar cane, (8)

(8).

(9). or in sugar cane in any other than

its natural state. 10 1 Effective Mar. 1, 1914. Previous to this date the rates of the act of 1909 remained in effect. The 1913 act also provided for the free entry of such raw sugars, on and after May 1, 1916, which proviso was repealed by the act of Apr. 27, 1916.

2 Emergency tariff act of 1921, par. 20: Sugars, tank bottoms, sirups of cane juice, melada, concentrated melada, concrete and concentrated molasses, testing by the polariscope not above 75 degrees, 16 cents per pound, and for every additional degree shown by the polariscopic test, tổo cent per pound additional, and fractions of a degree in proportion;

sugar drainings and sugar sweepings shall be subject to duty as molasses or sugar, as the case may be, according to polariscopic test.

Subject to duty as molasses or sugar, as the case may be, according to polariscopic test. • New classification made by act of 1922 and continued in act of 1930.

The test by per centum of total sugars introduced by act of 1922, and by total sugar content in pounds by act of 1930.

• Emergency tariff act of 1921, par. 20: Molasses testing not above 40 degrees, 24 per centum ad valorem; testing above 40 degrees and not above 56 degrees, 342 cents per gallon, testing above 56 degrees, 7 cents per gallon.

7 Glucose or grape sugar in act of 1913.
8 75 per cent of the rate of duty applicable to manufactured sugar of like polariscopic test.
• Dutiable according to polariscopic test.
10 New classification made by act of 1922 and retained in act of 1930.

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Schedule 5.-Sugar, Molasses, and Manufactures ofContinued

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11 New classification made by act of 1922 and retained in the act of 1930 with the specific mention of lactose. 12 Emergency tariff act of 1921, par. 24: Sugar of milk, 5 cents per pound.

1: The weight and value of the immediate coverings, other than the outer packing case or other covering, shall be included in the dutiable weight and the value of the merchandise.

14 But not less than the rate of duty provided in paragraph 501 for sugar of the same polariscopic test

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