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SCHEDULE B.-Schedule exhibiting the classification of domestic commodities, etc.—Cont'd.

No. of class.

Classes of commodities.

l'nit of quantity.

MERCHANDISE-Continued.

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Cotton, and manufactures of:

Unmanufactured 50

Sea Island.. 51

Other unmanufactured.
Manufactures of:

Cloths 52

Colored.. 53

Uncolored 51

Wearing apparel... 55

All other manufactures of... Earthen, stone, and china ware: 56 Earthen and stone ware.... 57 Chinaware..... 58 Eggs..... 59 Fertilizers Fish:

Fresh, other than salmon..

Dried, smoked, or cured61

Codtish, including haddock, hake, and pollock. 62

Herring 63

Other..

Pickled64

Mackerel

Herring. 66

Other

Salmon67

Canned... 68

Other...
Canned fish, other than salmon..
Shell fish-

Oysters.

other 72 All other fish.

Flax, hemp, and jute, manufactures of: 73 Bags...

Cordage 75 Twine 76: All other..

Fruits, including nuts: 77 Apples, dried. 78 Apples, green or ripe.

Fruits, preserved 79

Canned. 80

Other..... 81 All other, green, ripe, or dried fruits.. 82

Nuts... 83 Furs and fur skins

Glass and glassware: 81

Window glass. 85'

All other..... 86

Glucose or grape sugar 87 Glue.... 88 Grease, grease scraps, and all soap stock

Gunpowder and other explosives : 89

Gunpowder

All other 91 Hair, and manufactures of.. 92

Hay 93 Hides and skins, other than furs. 94 Honey. 95

Hops... 96 Ice...

India rubber and gutta percha, manufactures of : 97 Boots and shoes.... 98

All other... 99 Ink, printers' and other. 100 Instruments and apparatus for scientific purposes, including telegraph,

telephone, and other electric..

Iron and steel, and manufactures of: 101

Iron ore 102

Pig iron. 103

Band, hoop, and scroll iron.. 104 Bar iron. 105

Car wheels 106

Castings, not elsewhere specified 107

Cutlery. 108

Fire arms 109

Ingots, bars, and rods of steel..

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SCHEDULE B.–Schedule exhibiting the classification of domestic commodities, etc.-Contd.

No. of class.

Classes of commodities.

Unit of quantity.

110

MERCHANDISE-Continued.
Iron and steel, and manufactures of-Continued.

Locks, hinges, and other builders' hardware... 111 Machinery, not elsewhere specified...

Nails and spikes112 Cut...

Lb. 113

Wire, wrought, horseshoe, and all other, including tacks Lb.

Plates and sheets 114 or iron..

Lb. 115 Of steel..

Lb. 116 Printing presses, and parts of..

Railroad bars or rails117 Of iron...

Ton (of 2,240 lbs.). 118 Ot steel......

Ton (of 2,240 lbs.). 119 Saws and tools... 120 Scales and balances.. 121 Sewing machines, and parts of.

Steam engines, and parts of 122 Fire engines...

No. 123 Locomotive engines..

No. 124 Stationary engines...

No. 125

Boilers and parts of engines. 126 Stoves and ranges, and parts of.. 127 Wire.........

Lb. 128 All other manufactures of iron and steel 129 Jewelry, and manufactures of gold and silver 130 Lamps, chandeliers, and all devices and appliances for illuminating

purposes... 131 Lead, and manufactures of Leather and manufactures of:

Leather 132

Buff, grain, splits, and all finished upper leather 133 |

Patent or enameled.. 1341 Sole ....

Lb. 135

All other....

Manufactures of136 Boots and shoes..

Pair. 137

Harness and saddles.. 138

All other 139 Lime and cement..

Bbl, Malt liquors: 140 In bottles.

Doz. (qts. or their

equivalent). 141 Not in bottles

Gall. Marble and stone, and manufactures of: 142 Unmanufactured.

Manufactures of 143

Roofing slate.

All other .............. 145 | Matches.

Musical instruments: 146 Organs

No. 147 Pianofortes..

No. 148 All other, and parts of..

Naval stores: 149 Rosin.

Bbl. 150 Tar......

Bbl. 151 Turpentine and pitch.

Bbl. 152 Turpentine, spirits of..

Gall. 153 Oil cake and oil-cake meal

Lb.
Oils :

Animal154 Lard

Gall. 155 Sperm....

Gall. 156 Other whale and fish..

Gall.
157
Other....

Gall.
Mineral, crude, including all natural oils, without regard to gravity.. Gall.

Mineral, refined or manufactured-
159
Naphthas, including all lighter products of distillation..

Gall. 160 Illuminating.......

Gall. 161 Lubricating and heavy paraffine oil..

Gall. 162

Residuum, including tar, and all other, from which the light
bodies have been distilled..

Bbl. (of 42 galls.).
Vegetable-
163
Cotton seed

Gall.
Linseed .....

Gall.
Volatile or essential-
165
Peppermint

Lb. 166

Other... 167

All other..

158

164

SCHEDULE B.-Schedule exhibiting the classification of domestic commodities, ete.-Contd.

No. of class.

Classes of commodities.

Unit of quantity.

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MERCHANDISE-Continued. 168 Ore, gold and silver bearing. 169 Paints and painters' colors

Paper, and manufactures of:
170 Paper hangings.....
171 Writing paper and envelopes...
172 All other..
173 Paraffine and paraffine wax.
174 Perfumery and cosmetics..
175

Plated ware...
Provisions, comprising meat and dairy products:
Meat products-

Beef products176

Beef, canned 177

Beef, fresh 178

Beef, salted or pickled. 179

Beef, other cured. 180

Tallow

Hog products181

Bacon 182

Hams.. 183

Pork, fresh. 184

Pork, pickled 185

Lard 186

Mutton...

Oleomargarine187

Imitation butter 188

The oil, 189

Poultry and game.. 190

All other meat products..

Dairy products191

Butter.. 192

Cheese. 193

Milk 194 Quicksilver

Seeds: 195 Clover... 196 Cotton.... 197

Flaxseed or linseed. 198 Timothy.. 199 All other.. 200 Silk, manufactures of..

Soap : 201 Toilet or fancy. 202 Other.... 203 Spermaceti and spermaceti wax.

Spirits, distilled: 204 Alcohol, including pure, neutral, or cologue spirits. 205 Brandy 206

Rum

Whisky 207

Bourbon.. 208

Rye. 209 All other 210 Starch.. 211 Stationery, except of paper. 212 Stereotype and electrotype plates 213 Straw and palm leaf, manufactures of..

Sugar anil molasses : 214 Molasses and sirup. 215

Sugar, brown.

Sugar, refined.
217 Candly and confectionery
218

Tin, manufactures of...
Tobacco, and manufactures of:

I'nmanufactured219

Leaf ... 220

Stems and trimmings.

Manufactures of 221

Cigars

Cigarettes 223

All other... Toys. 225 Trunks, valises, and traveling bags. 026 Varnish.

Vegetables 227 Beans and pease. 228 Onions 229 Potatoes

Lb.
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Bush.
Lb.

Lb.
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Proof gall.
Proof gall.
Proof gall.
Proof gall.
Proof gall.
Proof gall.
Lb.

Gall.
Lb.

216

Lb.

Lb.
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M.
M.

Gall.
Bush. (of 60 lbs.
Bush. of 57 lbs.
Bush. (of 60 lbs.

SCHEDULE B.-Schedule exhibiting the classification of domestic commodities, etc.-Contd.

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(11250.)

Cartage of dutiable goods at small ports.

TREASURY DEPARTMENT, June 2, 1891. SIR: In reply to your letter of the 27th ultimo, in regard to the cartage of imported goods to the United States appraiser's store at your port. you are informed that the law on the subject is contained in section 25 of the act of June 22, 1874, which prescribes that public cartage of mer chandise in the custody of the Government shall be let after not less than thirty days' notice of such letting to the lowest responsible bidder giving sufficient security, and shall be subject to regulations approved by the Secretary of the Treasury."

It has been held, however, that such provision applies more particularly to ports where the customs cartage is of sufficient volume and importance to warrant the Government in incurring the expense of advertising, etc., which is necessary before making the contract, the So licitor of the Treasury having advised the Department, under date of the 4th of February, 1886, that said provision of law "does not require advertisement to be made for cartage at ports where the business would not justify the expense."

Contracts for such cartage, the result of public advertisement, are now made only at the ports of New York, Boston, Philadelphia, New Orleans, San Francisco, Chicago, and St. Louis; and, assuming that the volume of public cartage at your port is not sufficient to warrant advertisement, etc., you are referred to articles 684 to 704 of the Regu lations of 1884, under which you were authorized to act in the matter; and it is expected that in contracting with some cartman of your port for the performance of this labor, you will license only such person as shall be trustworthy, competent, and responsible, and that the prices charged shall not be above those usually prevailing at your port. Respectfully yours,

A. B. NETTLETON, (79971.)

Assistant Secretary. SURVEYOR OF CUSTOMS, Springfield, Mass.

(11251.)

Circular.- Redemption of four and one-half per cent. bonds.

TREASURY DEPARTMENT, June 2, 1891. By virtue of the authority conferred by law upon the Secretary of the Treasury, notice is hereby given that the principal and accrued

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