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Wire Company, between dates July, 1892, and December, 1893; allow under T. D. 15057.

Wire lead. (See Lead wire.)

Wire mattress fabric, woven. (See Woven-wire mattress fabric.)

Wire nails, steel. (See Steel wire nails.)

Wire nails, “steel," manufactured by the American Steel and Wire Company (Allentown mill) from steel billets produced by the Maryland Steel Company, of Sparrow Point, Md. T. D. 22997, 23010.

Wire nails: Department's instructions, T. D. 23010, extended to cover steel wire nails, manufactured by the American Steel and Wire Company (Allentown mill) from imported steel billets. T. D. 23895.

Wire, plain or galvanized. (See Wire, round, etc.) Wire rods, manufactured by the National Wire Corporation, of New Haven, Conn., wholly from imported steel billets. T. D. 23865.

Wire rope, manufactured from imported iron or steel wire, or from wire entitled to drawback under this schedule, as “Wire, round, plain or galvanized," such wire rope being made with or without a vegetable fiber core; base allowance on quantities of imported materials used.

he manufacturer's declaration on the drawback entry must show, separately, the weight, length, and diameter of each rope, the number of wires of each kind and size or gauge of which the rope is composed, with the weight of each such kind and size, the kind and weight of the fiber core, if any, and the weight or percentage of paint or other coating added to the rope in process of manufacture.

Where the wire used in the manufacture of the rope was made in the United States, the declaration of the manufacturer of the rope must further show the particulars of the manufacture of the wire used, under provisions for “Wire, round, plain or galvanized.”

The declarations of manufacturer and exporter as to weight of the exported article shall be verified by a United States weigher, and such declarations concerning relative quantities of the different kinds and sizes of wire used, and of core, coating, etc., shall be verified by expert official inspection of the exported article, or of samples to be taken when practicable as ordered by the colléctor.

Where the wire used in the manufacture of the rope is made from imported materials, the quantities of such materials used in the manufacture of the rope, on which drawback may be based, shall be determined by ascertaining the sum of the quantities used in the manufacture of the several kinds and sizes of the wire used, under provisions for “Wire, round, plain or galvanized."

Wire rope, manufactured by the Macomber & Whyte Rope Company, of Chicago, Ill., in part from imported wire. T. D. 24483.

Wire, round, plain or galvanized, manufactured wholly or in part from imported materials; base allowance on quantities of imported materials used, to be determined as indicated in the following schedules and specifications.

When such wire is made wholly from imported iron or steel blooms, billets, or bars, or from imported wire rods, the quanti

(Note.- Accuracy and precision in customs proceedings are so essential to the interests of importers that the services of a competent broker are usually worth vastly more than the small cost of such services.)

ties of material used, on which allowance of drawback may be based, may not exceed the quantity found by adding to the weight of the exported wire, to cover wastage in manufacture, the percentages of such weight indicated in the following schedule, unless a greater percentage of allowance shall have been specially authorized by the Secretary of the Treasury:

Gauge of Wire

Percentages to be added Percentages to be to weight of wire made

added to weight of from imported wire

wire made from imrods.

ported blooms, billets and bars.

3.9
3.9
3.9
3.9
3.9
4

No. 1 and coarser..
No. 2 and coarser.
No. 3 and coarser.
No. 4 and coarser.
No. 5 and coarser.
No. 6 and coarser..
No. 7 and coarser..
No. 8 and coarser.
No. 9 and coarser..
No. 10 and coarser..
No. 11 and coarser..
No. 12 and coarser.
No. 13 and coarser.
No. 14 and coarser.
No. 15 and coarser.
No. 16 and coarser.
No. 17 and coarser..
No. 18 and coarser..
No. 19 and coarser..
No. 20 and coarser..
No. 21 and coarser.
No. 22 and coarser.
No. 23 and coarser..
No. 24 and coarser.
No. 25 and coarser..
No. 26 and coarser.
No. 27 and coarser..
No. 28 and coarser..
No. 29 and coarser.
No. 30 and coarser.

1.1 1.1 1.1 1.1 1.1 1.2 1.2 1.2 1.2 1.2 1.4 1.7 1.9 2.2 2.4 2.6 2.9 3.1 3.4 3.6 3.8 4.1 4.3 4.6 4.8 5 5.3 5.5 5.8 6

4.2 4.5 4.7 5 5.2 5.4 5.7 5.9 6.2 6.4 6.6 6.9 7.1 7.4 7.6 7.8 8.1 8.3 8.6 8.9

When the exported wire is drawn from imported wire, allowance for wastage in drawing from size to size may be made for each such drawing, as indicated in the foregoing schedule, and to the weight of material so found there may be added eighttenths of 1 per cent of such weight to cover waste incurred in the first annealing and pickling process.

When the exported wire is galvanized, the manufacturer's declaration on the drawback entry must show the quantity or percentage of spelter adhering to the different sizes of gauges of the wire, respectively, and in case the wire is coated wholly with imported spelter on which draw back is claimed, the declaration on the drawback entry must also show the quantity and value

(Note.- Accuracy and precision in customs proceedings are so essential to the interests of importers that the services of a competent broker are usually worth vastly more than the small cost of such services.)

of the spelter necessarily “worked” and exhausted in the process of galvanizing, the quantities and values of the resultant "dross" and “skimmings," and the quantity of total waste of spelter incident to such process of galvanizing.

Samples of the exported wire shall be taken as ordered by the collector, for expert official verification of the declarations of the manufacturer and exporter relative to kind and size of wire and quantity or percentage of spelter adhering thereto.

In liquidating entries for drawback on galvanized wire, the quantity of iron or steel wire used in the production of such galvanized wire may be determined by deducting the verified weight of the spelter coating from the weight of the exported article, as determined by a United States weigher, and adding to the quantity so found 1 per cent of such quantity to cover wastage in galvanizing.

In case the wire is coated wholly with imported spelter on which drawback is claimed, the quantity of spelter used and on which allowance of drawback may be based may be determined by deducting from the quantity of spelter identified as having been "worked” and “exhausted,” a quantity equal in value to the resultant “dross” and “skimmings” expressed in terms of the spelter in condition as imported; provided that in no case shall the quantity of spelter taken as such basis of allowance exceed the quantity adhering to the wire by more than 46 per cent of such quantity, without special instructions from the Secretary of the Treasury.

Wire staples. (See Wire fencing.)
Wire, tinned. (See Tinned wire.)

Witch-hazel, fluid extract of. (See Fluid extract of witchhazel.)

Witch-hazel, fluid extract of, manufactured from aqueous extract of witch-hazel, to which only imported alcohol has been added. T. D. 20328.

Women's footwear. (See Ladies' shoes.)

Wooden boxes or packing cases, manufactured from imported lumber; base allowance on quantity of such lumber, to be determined by adding to the “board measure" of lumber in the boxes 9.6 per cent of such measure.

When petroleum cases, covering two 5-gallon tin cans each, are fastened with nails made from imported wire rods; allow under T. D.'s 15290 or 16914.

Wooden spokes, manufactured from imported spoke bolts; base allowance on number of bolts used, equal to the number of the exported spokes.

Wood screws, manufactured from imported steel or iron; base allowance on quantity of imported material used, to be determined by adding to the weight of the exported article, ascertained by a United States weigher, 50 per cent of such weight.

Wool, graded pulled, manufactured by Winslow Brothers & Smith Company, of Norwood, Mass., from imported raw wool by the process of washing, brushing, pulling, and grading. T. D. 25838.

Wool: T. D. 25838, extended to cover graded pulled wool, manufactured by Stone, Timlow & Co., of West Medford, Mass., from imported raw wool, by the process of washing, pulling, classifying, and grading. T. D. 26048.

Wool, graded pulled, manufactured by the Manchester Wool

(Note.--Accuracy and precision in customs proceedings are so essential to the interests of importers that the services of a competent broker are usually worth vastly more than the small cost of such services.)

and Leather Company, of Manchester, N. H., from imported sheepskins. T. D. 25838, extended. T. D. 27451.

Wool, graded pulled, manufactured by Winslow Brothers & Smith Company, of Norwood, Mass., from imported sheepskins. T. D. 25838, revoked. T. D. 28169.

Wool, carded, manufactured by E. S. Parkhurst & Co., of Gloversville, N.Y., with the use of imported wool in the grease. T. D. 28133.

Wool, graded pulled, manufactured by Stone, Timlow & Co., of West Medford, Mass., with the use of imported sheepskins. T. D. 28169, extended, and T. D. 26048, revoked. T. D. 28198.

Wool, graded pulled, manufactured by the Manchester Wool and Leather Company, of Manchester, N. H., with the use of imported sheepskins. T. D. 28169, extended, and T. D. 27451, revoked. T. D. 28197.

Wool, graded pulled, manufactured by Schoellkopf & Co., of Buffalo, N.Y., from imported sheepskins by the process of washing, brushing, pulling, grading, etc. T. D. 28169, extended. T. D. 28612.

Wool, graded pulled, manufactured by the Surpass Leather Company, of New York City, from imported sheepskins. T. D. 28169, extended. T. D. 28746.

Wool, graded pulled, manufactured by Levor & New, of New York City, from imported sheepskins by the process of washing, bleaching, pulling, grading, scouring, etc. T. D. 28169, extended. T. D. 28897.

Wool grease, extract of. (See Extract of wool.)
Wool, lead-shredded lead. (See Lead wool or shredded lead.)
Wool oil, solidified. (See Solidified wool oil.)

Woven-wire mattress fabric, manufactured from wire made from imported materials; base allowance on a quantity of such material used, to be determined by adding to the weight, ascertained by a United States weigher, of the wire in the fabric the allowance for wastage provided for wire of like gauge and material.

Manufacturer's declaration on certificate of delivery (Form 128 C. R., 1892) or on drawback entry must show particulars of manufacture, as in case of “Wire, round, plain or galvanized," which see.

Yarn, woolen, manufactured by Richard Hey & Son, of Philadelphia, Pa., from imported wool, class 1. T. D. 27604.

Yarns, worsted, manufactured by the Abbot Worsted Com. pany, of Graniteville, Mass., wholly with the use of imported Russian camel's hair. T. D. 27604, extended. T. D. 29057.

Zanoni rugs and velvets, manufactured by Harrison, Townsend & Co., of Norristown, Pa., in part from imported Botany worsted yarns; allow under T. D. 16606.

Zinc air-tight linings, manufactured by the Diamond Match Company, of New York, N.Y., wholly from zinc imported in sheets. T. D. 23940.

Zinc, refined, in the form of slabs, manufactured by the Nassau Smelting and Refining Works, of New York, N.Y., wholly from imported scrap zinc. T. D. 22774.

Zinc shavings, manufactured by F. W. Braun, Los Angeles, Cal. T. D. 29463.

(Note.-Accuracy and precision in customs proceedings are so essential to the interests of importers that the services of a competent broker are usually worth vastly more than the small cost of such services.)

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Agricultural products and provisions-Schedule G

196
Animals, live-Schedule G

196
Articles manufactured, nonenumerated-Paragraph 480... 237
Articles unmanufactured, nonenumerated-Paragraph 480.. 237
Bounty-Section 6

253
Breadstuffs and farinaceous substances-Schedule G 196
Brick and tile-Schedule B

175
Buttons and button forms-Schedule N

230
Cement, lime and plaster-Schedule B

175
Chemicals-Schedule A

169
China and earthenware-Schedule B

175
Clays or earths-Schedule B

175
Cotton manufactures-Schedule I

203
Customs Administrative Act, as amended-Section 28.

260
Cutlery-Schedule с

180
Dairy products-Schedule G

196
Discriminating duty-Section 15

255
Drawback-Paragraph 428 and Section 25

. 231, 259
Explosive substances-Schedule N

230
Farm and field products-Schedule G

196
Firearms-Schedule C

180
Fish-Schedule G

196
Flax, hemp and jute manufactures-Schedule J

212
Free list

238
Fruits and nuts-Schedule G

196
Glass and glassware-Schedule B

175
Gloves-Schedule N

230
Gold and silver-Schedule C

180
Internal Revenue-Sections 5, 30-34

.251, 280-282
Iron, and manufactures of-Schedule C

180
Jewelry and precious stones-Schedule N

230
Lead-Schedule C

180
Leather, and manufactures of-Schedule N

230
Machinery for repair-Section 18

256
Marking, branding and stamping-Sections 7, 8

254
Meat Products-Schedule G

196
Metals, and manufactures of-Schedule C

180
Miscellaneous manufactures-Schedule N

230
Miscellaneous products-Schedule G

196
Nails, spikes, tacks and needles-Schedule C

180
Oils--Schedule A

169
Paints, colors and varnishes-Schedule A

169
Penalties-Section 28

260
Plates-Schedule C

180
Potash-Schedule A

169
Preparations, medicinal and toilet-Schedule A

169
Pulp, papers and books-Schedule M

225
Reciprocity-Paragraph 428 and Section 3

. 231, 251
Saws Schedule с

180
Silks and silk goods-Schedule L

220
Similitude clause-Paragraph 481

237
Slate-Schedule B

175
Smelting and refining-Section 24

258
Soap-Schedule A

169
Soda-Schedule A

169
Spirits, wines and other beverages-Schedule H

201
Steel, and manufactures of-Schedule C

180
Stone-Schedule B

175
Sugar, molasses, and manufactures of-Schedule E
Sundries-Schedule N

230
Tobacco-Schedule F

196
Vessels, materials for Section 19

256
Wire--Schedule с

180
Wood, and manufactures of-Schedule D

194
Woo!, and manufactures of-Schedule K

215

195

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