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Manufactures.

Proviso.
Minimum,

Ceramics.

4. Asbestos, and manufactures thereof, not otherwise provided for, fifteen

per

centum ad valorem. 5. Mica and lava, and manufactures thereof, gas-burner tips, and

Welsbach and other similar mantles for lamps, twenty-five

per centum ad valorem. 6. Earths, gross weight: (a) Fire clay, lime, and Roman, Portland and other hy

draulic cement, one hundred kilos., sixteen cents. (b) Gypsum, pumice, emery, chalk, kaolin (China clay),

unmanufactured, and other crude earths and clays not otherwise provided for, one hundred kilos., forty

cents. 7. Manufactures of gypsum, gross weight, one hundred kilos., five

dollars.

Provided, That no article classified under this paragraph

shall pay a less rate of duty than fifty per centum ad valorem. 8. Manufactures of chalk, including billiard chalk, red chalk, and

French and tailors' chalk, including weight of immediate con

tainers, one hundred kilos., four dollars. 9. Common clay and cement, in bricks, squares, tiles, and pipes,

not otherwise provided for, ten per centum ad valorem. 10. Ceramic tiles, gross weight:

(a) Varnished or glazed, whether vitrified or not, undec

orated, one hundred kilos., forty-five cents. (b) Enameled, ornamented or decorated, one hundred kilos..

one dollar and twenty cents.
11. Porcelain, bisque, faience, earthenware, stoneware, and other

ceramic wares not otherwise provided for:
(a) In filters and articles bearing evident signs of being for

sanitary construction, and parts therefor identifiable

as such, ten per centum ad valorem. (b) In common bottles, jars, crucibles, cupels, kitchen

utensils and flowerpots, neither gilt, painted, glazed, decorated, nor ornamented, fifteen per centum ad

valorem. (c) In articles not otherwise provided for, neither gilt,

painted, glazed, decorated, nor ornamented, twenty

per centum ad valorem. (d) In dishes, tableware, or articles not otherwise provided

for, glazed or plain-tinted, but neither gilt, painted, decorated, nor ornamented, twenty-five per centum

ad valorem. (e) In dishes, tableware, or articles not otherwise provided

for, painted, gilt, decorated, or ornamented, forty

per centum ad valorem. (f) Fine decorated wares, in jardinieres, flower stands, vases,

and articles for decorative purposes, statuettes, high
and bas-reliefs, and Satsuma, Sevres, and similar fine
porcelains, whether decorated or not, fifty per centum

ad valorem.
12. Manufactures of earths and clays not otherwise provided for:

(a) Plain, twenty-five per centum ad valorem.
(b) Ornamented or decorated, forty per centum ad valorem.

Group 2.

GROUP 2.-PRECIOUS STONES, PEARLS, AND IMITATIONS THEREOF.

Precious stones, etc. 13. Precious and semiprecious stones, including jade, tiger-eye,

chalcedony, opal, and similar stones not otherwise provided for, any of the foregoing cut or uncut, but unmounted and unset, and not further manufactured, pearls unmounted and unset, diamond dust and bort, fifteen per centum ad valorem.

14. Doublets and other imitations of precious and of semiprecious

stones, and imitation pearls, unmounted and unset, thirty per
centum ad valorem.

GROUP 3.-GLASS AND MANUFACTURES THEREOF.

Group 3.

Glass and

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Articles ground or cut only for the purpose of truing them or fitting factures of. stoppers shall not be held to be cut glass. 15. Common hollow glassware:

(a) In demijohns, carboys, jars, bottles, flasks, and similar

receptacles, whether empty or in use as containers of
merchandise dutiable by weight or measure (except
in those cases in which the classification of such con-
tainers is otherwise specifically provided for), ten

per centum ad valorem.

(b) Siphon bottles, thirty per centum ad valorem. 16. Glass, crystal, and glass imitating crystal:

(a) În decanters, glasses, tumblers, cups, goblets, saucers,

plates, dishes, pitchers, bowls, candlesticks, pillar
lamps, bracket lamps, and other articles of table
service or for lighting; washbowls, wash basins, soap
dishes, toothbrush holders and washstand pitchers,
any of the foregoing not cut, engraved, painted,

enameled, or gilt, twenty-five per centum ad valorem.
(b) The same, cut, engraved, painted, enameled or gilt,

fifty per centum ad valorem. 17. Lamp chimneys:

(a) Neither engraved nor ornamented (except as to such

fluting and finishing as may be made in the process

of manufacture), twenty-five per centum ad valorem.

(b) Other, fifty per centum ad valorem. 18. Glass or crystal in plates, slabs, and similar forms:

(a) Slabs, cones or prisms, for paving or roofing, gross

weight, one hundred kilos., one dollar and sixty-five

cents.
(b) Common window glass, neither polished, beveled, en-

graved nor annealed, twenty-five per centum ad

valorem.
(c) The same, set in lead, or frosted plain or in design; plate

glass, polished, beveled or not, thirty-five per centum

ad valorem.
(d) Glass, of all kinds, engraved or enameled, fifty per cen-

tum ad valorem.
19. Mirrors of all kinds, framed or mounted (with whatever mate-

rial), or not, including the value of the frames and mountings,

thirty-five per centum ad valorem. 20. Other manufactures of glass:

(a) In spectacles, eyeglasses, and goggles, also lenses for

same, mounted or unmounted, including the value of

the mountings, twenty-five per centum ad valorem.
(b) In flower stands, vases, urns, and similar articles for

toilet and decorative purposes, neither cut, painted,

enameled, nor gilt, forty per centum ad valorem.
(c) The same, cut, painted, enameled, or gilt, sixty per cen-

tum ad valorem.
(d) Powdered or crushed glass, twenty-five per centum ad

valorem.
(e) Manufactures not otherwise provided for, in which glass

is the component material of chief value, thirty-five
per centum ad valorem.

Class II. Coal, schists, bitumens, etc.

CLASS II.—COAL, SCHISTS, BITUMENS, AND DERIVATIVES THEREOF.

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Coal and coke,

21. Coal and coke, gross weight, one thousand kilos., twenty-five

cents.

Group 2.

etc.

GROUP 2.--SCHISTS, BITUMENS, AND DERIVATIVES THEREOF. Schists, bitumens, 22. Tars, pitches, and tar oils, not otherwise provided for; mineral

oils, crude or refined, including those for illumination, lubrication, fuel, or solvents; vaseline (except when compounded with other substances); axle grease of all kinds; asphaltums; carbolineum and similar compounds; gross weight, one hundred kilos., twenty-five cents.

Provided, "That no article classified under this paragraph shall pay a less rate of duty than ten per centum ad valorem.

Provided further, That, though imported under a name referable to this paragraph, paraffin, or other similar products, shall be classified under paragraph eighty-three of this Act.

CLASS III.-METALS AND MANUFACTURES THEREOF.
GROUP 1.—GOLD, SILVER, AND PLATINUM; ALLOYS THEREOF; GOLD

Prorixos.
Minimum.

Paraffin. Post, p. 146.

Class III. Metals and manufactures.

Group 1. Precious metals.

AND SILVER PLATED ARTICLES.

Proviso,
Minimum.

Silver,

Gold and platinum. 23. Gold, platinum, and alloys thereof:

(a) In jewelry, plate and goldsmiths' wares not otherwise

provided for, hectog., twelve dollars and fifty cents. (b) The same, set with pearls or with precious or semi

precious stones, hectog., twenty-five dollars. (c) The same, set with doublets or with imitations of pearls

or of precious or semiprecious stones, hectog., seven

teen dollars and fifty cents. (d) Articles or manufactures of gold or platinum (except

jewelry), composed in part of other materials, in which the .component material of chief value is gold or platinum, not otherwise provided for, pellets for use in dentistry, solder and foil, hectog., three dollars.

Provided, That no article classified under this paragraph shall pay a less rate of duty than twenty-five

per centum ad valorem. 24. Silver and alloys thereof:

(a) In jewelry, plate and silversmiths' wares not otherwise

provided for, hectog., one dollar. (b) The same, set with pearls or with precious or semi

precious stones, hectog., five dollars. (c) The same, set with doublets or with imitations of pearls

or of precious or semiprecious stones, hectog., five

dollars. (d) Articles or manufactures of silver (except jewelry),

composed in part of other materials, in which the component material of chief value is silver, not otherwise provided for, solder and foil, hectog., forty cents.

Provided, That no article classified under this paragraph shall pay a less rate of duty than twenty-five

per centum ad valorem. Plated wares. 25. Gold and silver plated wares:

(a) In jewelry, kilo., two dollars and forty cents.
1h) In lamps not otherwise provided for, picture frames,

knives, forks, and spoons, carriage and coffin fittings,
saddlery hardware, foil, kilo., sixty cents.

Proriso.
Minimum.

Prorico.
Minimum,

(c) Not otherwise provided for, kilo., two dollars.

Provided, That no article classified under this paragraph shall pay a less rate of duty than twenty-five per centum ad valorem.

GROUP 2.-CAST IRON.

Group 2. Cast iron.

Malleable cast iron and manufactures thereof shall be duti

able as wrought iron.
26. Articles of cast iron, painted or not, but not otherwise coated or

ornamented, neither polished nor turned, gross weight:
(a) Bars, beams, plates, grates for furnaces, columns and

pipes, one hundred kilos., thirty-five cents.

(b) Other, one hundred kilos., seventy-five cents. 27. Other articles of cast iron (except those covered or coated with

gold or silver), fifteen per centum ad valorem.

GROUP 3.- WROUGHT IRON AND STEEL.

Group 3. Wrought iron and steel.

Rails, etc.

Prorisos.
Bamboo steel.

Minimum.

Sheets.

28. Wrought iron and steel, gross weight:

(a) In rails, straight or bent, cross ties, portable tramways,

crossings and similar track sections; switch rails,
switches, tongues, frogs, fish plates and chairs; one

hundred kilos., forty cents.
(b) In bars or beams (except of crucible steel), not cut to

measure, perforated, or riveted or fastened together,
rods, tires, and hoops, one hundred kilos., forty cents.

Provided, That bars or rods not exceeding fifteen
millimeters in diameter and steel known as "bamboo
steel," classified under clause (b) of this paragraph,
shall not pay a less rate of duty than fifteen per centum

ad valorem.
(c) The same, of crucible steel, one hundred kilos., two dollars

and sixty-five cents.

Provided, That no article classified under clause (c) of this paragraph shall pay a less rate of duty than

fifteen per centum ad valorem.
29. Wrought iron or steel in sheets, gross weight:

(a) Plain and unpolished, one hundred kilos., fifty cents.
(b) Polished, corrugated, perforated, or cold rolled, galvan-

ized or not, and hoop iron, one hundred kilos., one
dollar.

Provided, That any of the articles or materials classi-
fied under clause (b) of this paragraph, made up in
hoops, ridgings, eaves, drain pipes, gutters, ceilings,
shingles, ceiling centers, borders, friezes, dadoes, and
similar articles, shall be dutiable at the rate herein

provided, with a surtax of one hundred per centum.
(c) Tinned, terneplate, and tin plate, one hundred kilos., one

dollar and twenty cents.
30. Wrought iron or steel, in pieces, in the rough, gross weight:

(a) Neither polished, turned nor adjusted, one hundred

kilos., sixty-five cents.
(b) Rough-turned or lathed, but neither polished nor ad-

justed, one hundred kilos., one dollar.
31. Wrought iron or steel, in pieces, finished, gross weight:

(a) Wheels weighing each more than one hundred kilos.,

axles, springs, brake-shoes, drawbars, brake-beams,
bumpers, couplings, lubricating boxes, and similar
articles for railways and tramways, one hundred
kilos., forty-five cents.

Proriso.
Minimum.

Rough pieces.

Finished pieces.

Structural pieces.

l'ipes.

Wire.

Chains.

(b) Wheels weighing each one hundred kilos. or less, axles

and springs for vehicles, not otherwise provided for,

one hundred kilos., one dollar and five cents. 32. Wrought iron or steel in large pieces, composed of bars, beams,

or sheets, for structural purposes, perforated or cut to measure,
fastened together or not, gross weight, one hundred kilos., one

dollar and twenty-five cents.
33. Wrought iron or steel pipes, gross weight:

(a) Plain, painted, tarred, or galvanized, one hundred

kilos., one dollar and ten cents. (b) Other (except those coated or covered with gold or

silver), one hundred kilos., one dollar and fifty cents. 34. Wrought iron or steel wire:

(a) More than one millimeter in diameter, plain, galvanized,

or coppered, wire cables and ropes, and barbed wire,

ten per centum ad valorem. (b) One millimeter or less in diameter, plain, galvanized, or

coppered, and wire netting, fifteen per centum ad

valorem.
(c) Other, including those covered with textiles, twenty-

five
per

centum ad valorem.
(d) Gauze, cloths, and screenings, in the piece, twenty per

centum ad valorem. (e) In other manufactures (except those covered or coated

with gold or silver), not otherwise provided for,

twenty-five per centum ad valorem.
35. Wrought iron or steel chains, in the piece or otherwise (except in

trinkets or jewelry):
(a) Exceeding five millimeters in diameter, ten per centum

ad valorem.
(b) Other, plain, painted, or galvanized, fifteen per centum

ad valorem. (c) The same, covered or coated with other metals (except

gold or silver), twenty-five per centum ad valorem. 36. Anvils, ten per centum ad valorem. 37. Nuts, bolts, rivets, and washers, one hundred kilos., two dollars. 38. Nails, clasp nails, and staples, ten per centum ad valorem. 39. Screws, tacks, and brads, fifteen per centum ad valorem. 40. Saddlery hardware (except chains and buckles), plain, or covered

or coated with other metals or materials (except gold or silver),

fifteen per centum ad valorem. 41. Buckles (except trinkets or ornaments, or covered or coated with

gold or silver), fifteen per centum ad valorem. 42. Cutlery:

(a) Butchers', shoemakers', saddlers', plumbers', painters',

pruning, budding, kitchen, bread, and cheese knives; table knives and forks with handles of common wood, or of iron, japanned or not, not covered or coated with other metals; common scissors or shears, plain, glazed, or japanned; grass, garden, hedge, pruning, and sheep

shears; fishhooks; twenty per centum ad valorem. (b) Pocket cutlery, hunting and sheath knives, side arms

(not fire) and parts therefor, razors, and other cutlery, including scissors and shears not otherwise provided for (except those covered or coated with gold or

silver), thirty per centum ad valorem. (c) Sword canes and similar articles and weapons with con

cealed blades, eighty per centum ad valorem. 43. Firearms of all kinds and detached parts therefor, forty per

centum ad valorem.

Manufactures.

Cutlery,

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