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leather habit gloves, fifty cents per dozen ; women's extra and demi length leather gloves, one dollar and fifty cents per dozen; children's extra and demi length leather gloves, seventy-five cents per dozen; on leather caps or hats, leather braces or suspenders, and on all other braces or suspenders, of whatever material or materials composed, except India rubber, and ou leather bottles, patent leather, and all other manufactures of leather, or of which leather is a component material of chief value, not otherwise specified, a duty of thirty-five per centum ad valorem.

Eighth. On furs of all kinds on the skin, undressed, five per centum ad valorem; on furs dressed on the skin, twenty-five per centum ad valorem; on all hatters' furs, whether dressed or undressed, not on the skin, five per centum ad valorem ; fur hats, caps, muffs, tippets, and other manufactures of fur not specified, thirty per centum ad valorem ; fur hat bodies or felts, manufactured, not put in form or trimmed, twenty-five per centum ad valorem; fur hat bodies or frames, twenty per centum ad valorem ; hats of wool, hat bodies or felts made in whole or in part of wool, twenty cents each.

Ninth. On hats and bonnets for men, women, and children, from Panama, Manilla, Leghorn, Naples, or elsewhere, composed of satin-straw, chip, grass, straw, palm leaf, ratan, willow, or any other vegetable substance or of hair, whalebone, or other material not otherwise specified, a duty of thirty-five per centum ad valorem: Provided, That all flats, braids, plaits, spartere, or willow squares, or other articles used for making hats or bonnets, shall pay the same rate of duty as manufactured hats or bonnets.

Tenth. On all ornamental feathers and artificial flowers, or parts thereof, of whatever material composed, hair bracelets, chains, ringlets, curls, or braids, human hair cleaned and prepared for use, and on fans of every description, twenty-five per centum ad valorem; on all hair, human or oth erwise, uncleaned and unmanufactured, teu per centum ad valorem; on hair cloth or seating, and on hair belts and hair gloves, twenty-five per centum ad valorem ; on curled hair and moss, for beds or mattresses, ten per centum ad valorem; on feathers for beds, and on downs of all kinds, twenty-five per centum ad valorem; on oil cloth, webbing, shoes, braces, or suspenders, or other fabrics or manufactured articles composed in whole or in part of India rubber, thirty per centum ad valorem : Provided, That braces or suspenders, not exceeding in value two dollars per dozen, shall be valued at two dollars per dozen, and pay duty accordingly. On all clocks, twenty-five per centum ad valorem ; and on glaziers' diamonds, when set, twenty-five per centum ad valorem; on chronometers, watches, or parts of watches, and watch materials, not specified, deven and a half per centum ad valorem ; on diamonds, one per centum ad valorem ; on crystals of glass, for watches, two dollars per gross; on glasses or pebbles for spectacles or eye-glasses, when not set, two cents per pound and thirty per cen. tum ad valorem ; on gems, pearls, or precious stones, seven and a half per centum ad valorem ; on imitations thereof, and compositions of glass or paste, on cameos and imitations thereof, and on mosaics, not specified, of whatever materials composed, whether real or imitation, set or not set, on jewelry composed of gold, silver, or platina, and gold and silver leaf, seven and a half per centum ad valorem ; on gilt, plated, or imitation jewelry, and Dutch metal in leaf, twenty-five per centum ad valorem ; on Scagliola table tops, and table tops of marble or composition, inlaid with precious stones or small pieces of composition, known as mosaics, fifteen

per centum ad valorem; on table tops of marble or composition, when inlaid with various colored marbles, thirty per centum ad valorem; on alabaster and spar ornaments, twenty-five per centum ad valorem ; on manufactures of services, vessels, and wares of all kinds, not otherwise specified, of silver or gold, or of which either of these metals shall be the component material of chief value, whether plain, chased, engraved, or embossed, an ad valorem duty of twenty per centum. ,

Eleventh. On all manufactures of wood, not otherwise specified, thirty per centum ad valorem: Provided, That boards, planks, staves, scantlings, sawed timber, and all other descriptions of wood which shall have been wrought into shapes that fit thern, respectively, for any specific and permanent use without further manusacture, shall be deemed and taken as manufactured wood, and pay duty accordingly: And provided, further, That rose wood, satin wood, mahogany, and cedar wood, shall be exempt from duty; on walking canes and sticks, frames and sticks for umbrellas, parasols, and sun shades, cabinet wares or household furniture not otherwise specified, musical instruments of all kinds, carriages and parts thereof, thirty per centum ad valorem: Provided, also, That strings for musical instruments, of catgut or whipgut, and all other strings or thread of similar materials, shall be exempt from duty. ...

, Twelfth. On marble busts or statuary, not specially imported or otherwise provided for, and on all other manufactures of marble not specified, a duty of twenty-five per centum ad valorem; on slates of all kinds, paving tiles and bricks, twenty-five per centum ad valorem ; on baskets and other manufactures not specified, of grass, straw, ozier, and palm leaf, twenty-five per centum ad valorem ; on wax, amber, or composition beads, and all other beads not otherwise enumerated, and shell or fancy boxes not otherwise specified, twenty-five per centum ad valorem ; on combs for the hair, of whatever material composed, twenty-five per centum ad valorem; on brushes of all kinds, thirty per centum ad valorem; and on bristles, one cent per pound; on dolls and toys of every description, of whatever material or materials composed, thirty per centum ad valorem; on metal buttons of all kinds, thirty per centum ad valorem: Provided, That all such buttons, not exceeding in value one dollar per gross, shall be valued at one dollar, and be charged with duty acaccordingly ; on all other buttons, and on all button moulds, of whatever material composed, twenty-five per centum ad valorem : Provided, That lastings, prunellas, and similar fabrics, not specified, when imported in strips, pieces, or patterns, of the size and shape suitable for the manufacture exclusively of buttons, shoes, or bootees, and that mohair or worsted cloth, black linen canvass, figured satin, and figured or brocaded or Terry velvet, when imported in strips, pieces, or patterns, of the size and shape suitable for the manufacture exclusively of buttons, shall be admitted to entry at a duty of five per centum ad valorem ; otherwise to be subject to the rates of duty chargeable on them, respectively, according to their com. ponent materials.

Sec. 6. And be it further enacted, That, from and after the day and year aforesaid, there shall be levied, collected, and paid, on the importation of the articles hereinafter mentioned, the following rates of duty, that is to say ::

On white or red leads, litharge or acetate, or sugar of lead, dry or ground in oil, four cents per pound ; on whiting or Paris white, sulphate of barytes, and all ochres or ochry earths used in the composition of painters' colors, when dry one cent per pound, when ground in oil one cent and a half per pound; on linseed, hempseed, and rapeseed oil, twenty-five cents per gallon ; on putty, one cent and a half per pound.

Sec. 7. And be it further enucled, That, from and after the day and year aforesaid, there shall be levied, collected, and paid, on the importation of the articles hereinafter mentioned, the following rates of duty, that is to say :

First. On bank, folio, quarto post of all kinds, and letter and bank note paper, seventeen cents per pound; on antiquarian, demy, drawing, elephant, double elephant, foolseap, imperial, medium, pot, pith, royal, superroyal, and writing paper, fifteen cents per pound; on copperplate, blotting, copying, colored for labels, colored for needles, marble or fancy colored, glass paper, morocco paper, pasteboard, pressing boards, sand paper, tissue paper, and on all gold or silver paper, whether in sheets or strips, twelve and a half cents per pound; on colored copperplate, printing and stainers' paper, ten cents per pound; on binders' boards, box boards, mill boards, paper makers' boards, sheathing, wrapping, and cartridge paper, three cents per pound; and on all paper envelopes, whether plain, ornamental, or colored, and on all billetdoux or fancy note paper, of whatever form or size, when of less size than letter paper, thirty per centum ad valorem ; on music paper, with lines, and on paper gilt or covered with metal other than gold or silver, paper snuff boxes, japanned or not japanned, and other fancy pa. per boxes, twenty-five per centum ad valorem ; on all paper hangings, or paper for screens or fireboards, thirty-five per centum ad valorem; on all blank or visiting cards, twelve cents per pound; on playing cards, twentyfive cents per pack; on blank books, when bound twenty-five cents per pound, when unbound twenty cents per pourd; on all parchment and vellum, and on asses' skins and imitation thereof, wafers, sealing wax, and black lead pencils and crayons of all kinds, twenty-five per centum ad valorem; ink and ink powder of all kinds, twenty-five per centum ad valorem; quills, prepared oi manufactured, twenty-five per centum ad valorem; quills, unprepared or unmanufactured, fifteen per centum ad valorem; on rags, of whatever material, waste or shoddy, one-half cent per pound; on patches or ends of cotton cloth, whether bleached or unbleached, or printed, the pieces or ends varying in length from a quarter of a yard to one and a quarter, inclusive, twenty-five per centum ad valorem.

Second. On all books printed in the English language, or of which Eng. lish forms the text, when bound thirty cents per pound, when in sheets or boards twenty-six cents per pound; on all books printed in Latin or Greek, or in which either lauguage forms the text, when bound fifteen cents per pound, when unbound thirteen cents per pound; on all books printed in Hebrew, or of which that language forms the text, when bound ten cénts per pound, and when unbound eight cents per pound : Provided, That all books printed in foreign languages, Latin, Greek, and Hebrew excepted, shall pay a duty of five cents per volume, when bound or in boards, and when in sheets or pamphlets fifteen cents per pound; and editions of works in the English language, which have been printed forty years prior to the date of importation, shall pay a duty of five cents per volume; and all reports of legisla. tive committees appointed under foreign Governments shall pay a duty of five cents per volume; on polyglots and lexicons, five cents per pound; on books of engravings or plates, with or without letter press, whether

bound or unbound, and on maps and charts, twenty per centum ad valorem: Provided, That nothing in this section contained shall apply to books, maps, or charts, specially imported in the manner provided for in the first section of “ An act relating to duties and drawbacks,'' approved the 11th September, 1841.

Sec. 8. And be it further enacled, That, from and after the day and year aforesaid, there shall be levied, collected, and paid, on the importation of the articles hereinafter mentioned, the following duties, that is to say:

First. On brown sugar and sirup of sugar, three cents per pound; on white sugars, whether boiled, clayed, or clarified, four cents per pound; on refined sugar, whether loaf, lump, or crushed, and sugar candy, eight cents per pound; on molasses, five cents per gallon; on comfits and sweetmeats, or fruits preserved in molasses, sugar, or brandy, and on confectionary of all kinds not otherwise specified, twenty-five per centum ad valorem.

Second. On teas imported from China, or other places east of the Cape of Good Hope, and in vessels of the United States, the following rates of duty, to wit: on all black teas, ten cents per pound; on all green teas, fifteen cents per pound ; and on teas imported from any other place, the following rates, to wit: on all black teas, eleven cents per pound; and on all green teas, sixteen cents and a half per pound; on jeas, wlien imported in vessels other than those of the United States, except where such vessels may be entitled to the benefit of the tenth section of the tariff act of the fourteenth July, 1832, coming from China or places east of the Cape of Good Hope, the following rates, to wit : on all black teas, eleven cents per pound; and on all green teas, sixteen cents and a half per pound; and when imported froin any other place, on black teas, twelve cents per pound, and on green teas eighteen cents per pound; on coffee imported from places other than in Europe, two cents per pound ; imported from Europe, three cents per pound : Provided, That the duties herein imposed on teas and coffee shall continue in force for the period of three years from and after the day this law goes into operation, and no longer.

Third. On cocoa, one cent per pound: chocolate, four cents per pound; on mace, fifty cents per pound; nutmegs, thirty cents per pound; cloves and cinnamon, twenty-five cents per pound; Chinese cassia, five cents per pound; pimento, five cents per pound; on black pepper, five cents per pound ; Cayenne and African or Chili pepper, ten cents per pound; ginger, ground, t:vo cents per pound; ginger in the root, when not preserved, half a cent per pound; on mustard, twenty-five per centum ad valorem; on mustard seed, five per centum ad valorem; on camphor, refined, ten cents per pound; crude camphor, six cents per pound; on indigo, fifteen cents per pound; on alum, iwo dollars and fifty cents per one hundred and twelve pounds; on opium, fifteen per centum ad valorem; on quicksilver, fifteen per centum ad valorem ; on roll brimstone, twenty-five per centum ad valorem; on glue, five cents per pound; on gunpowder, eight cents per pound; on copperas and green vitriol, two dollars per one hundred and twelve pounds; on blue or Roman vitriol, or sulphate of copper, four cents per pourd; on oil of vitriol, or‘sulphuric acid, ihree cents per pound; on almonds and prunes, three cents per pound; and on dates, two cents per pound; currants, three cents per pound; figs, two cents per pound; on all nuts not specified, except those used for dyeing, one cent per pound; on muscatel and bloom raisins, either in boxes or jars, three cents per pound; and on all other raisins, two cents per pound; on olives, twenty per centum ad valorem.

Fourth. On olive oil in casks, twenty cents per gallon; olive salad oil in bottles or betties, twenty-five per centum ad valorem; all other olive oil, not salad, and not otherwise specified, fifteen per centum ad valorem; on spermaceti oil of foreign fisheries, twenty-five cents per gallon; whale or other fish oil, not sperm, of foreign fisheries, fifteen cents per gallon; whale bone, the product of foreign fisheries, twelve and a half per centum ad valorem ; on spermaceti candles, eight cents per pound; wax candles, six cents per pound; wax tapers, thirty per centum ad valorem ; tallon candles, four cents per pound; on tallow, one cent per pound; bees' was, bleached or unbleached, and shoemakers' wax, fifteen per centum ad valorem ; on soaps of all kinds, four cents per pound; on marrow, grease, and all other soap stocks and soap stuffs, twenty per centum, ad valorem; on starch, twenty-five per centum ad valorem ; on corks, twelve cents per pound; on manufactures of cork, twenty-five per centum ad valorem ; on sponges and spunk, twenty per centum ad valorem ; on oranges and lemons in boxes, and on grapes not dried, in boxes, kegs, or jars, twenty per centum ad valorem : Provided, That all green or ripe fruits, not preserved, coming from the West Indies, shall be exempt from duty.

Fijih. On salt, six cents per bushel of fifty-six pounds; on saltpetre partially refined, half a cent per pound; completely refined, three cents per pound; on vinegar, eight cents per gallon; on spirits of turpentine, ten cents per gallon ; on beef and pork, two cents per pound; hams and bacon, three cents per pound; prepared meats, poultry, or game, in cases or otherwise, and Bologna sausages, twenty-five per centum ad valorem; on cheese, six cents per pound; butter, three cents per pound; lard, two cents per pound; macaroni and vermicelli, gelatine, jellies, and all similar preparations, twenty-five per centum ad valorem; on wheat, twenty-five cents per bushel : barley, twenty cents per bushel ; rye, fifteen cents per bushel; oats, ten cents per bushel; Indian corn, or maize, five cents per bushel; wheat flour, fifty cents per one hundred and twelve pounds; Indian meal, twelve and a half cents per one hundred and twelve pounds ; potatoes, six cents per bushel; on foreign-caught fish, dried or smoked, one dollar per one hundred and twelve pounds; on mackerel and herrings, pickled or salted, one dollar and fifty cents per barrel; on pickled salmon, two dollars per barrel; on all other fish, pickled, in barrels, one dollar per barrel; on all other pickled fish, imported otherwise than in barrels or half barrels, not specified, twenty per centum ad valorem; and on sardines and other fish preserved in oil, twenty per centum ad valorem: Provided, That fresh-caught fish, brought in for daily consumption, shall be exempt from duty; on fish glue, or isiuglass, twenty per centum ad valorem; on pickles, capers, and sauces of all kinds, not otherwise edumerated, twenty per centum ad valorem; on castor oil, forty cents per gallon; neats foot and animal oils, and all essential oils, not otherwise specified, twenty per centum ad valorem, except Harlem oil, which shall be exempt from duty; on all gums and other resinous substances not specified, in a crude state, fifteen per centum ad valorem ; and on the said articles, when not in a crude state, and on pastes, balsams, essences, tinctures, extracts, cosmetics, and perfumes, not otherwise enumerated, twenty-five per centum ad valorem; on benzoic, citric, white or yellow muriatic, nitric, oxalic, pyroligneous and tartaric acids, fifteen per centum ad valorem; on boracic acid, ten per centum ad valorem; borax or tincal

, twenty per centum ad valorem; on amber, ambergris, ammonia, annatto, aniseed, arrow root, vanilla beans, calomel, French chalk, red chalk, ju

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