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Rates of duty under
AdvaLaw of 1894.
Law of 1897. lorem.
Dress and piece goods-Continued.
.lbs. If dyed in the thread or yarn, and the weight is not increased by dyeing beyond
the original weight of the raw silk.... lbs. If in the gum....
.. lbs. If boiled off, or dyed in the piece, or printed....
lbs. If weighing less than 148 ounces and more than one-third of an ounce per square yard, if in the gum, or if dyed in the thread or yarn...
.....lbs. If weighing less than 148 ounces and more
than one-third of an ounce per square yard, if boiled off.. If dyed or printed in the piece..... If weighing not more than one-third of an ounce per square yard.....
..lbs. But in no case shall any of the foregoing fabrics in this paragraph pay a less rate
of duty than 50 per cent. ad valorem. Handkerchiefs... Handkerchiefs or mufiers composed wholly
or in part of silk, whether in the piece or otherwise, finished or unfinished, if not hemmed or bemmed only, shall pay the same rate of duty as is imposed on goods in the piece of the same description, weight, and condition as provided for in this schedule ; but such handkerchiefs or muf. flers shall not pay a less rate of duty than 50 per cent.; if such handkerchiefs or mufiers are hemstitched or imitation hemstitched, or revered, or have drawn threads, or are embroidered in any manner, whether with an initial letter, monogram, or otherwise, by hand or machinery, or are tamboured, appliqued, or are made or trimmed wholly or in part with lace, or with tucking or insertion, they shall pay a duty of 10 per cent. in addi tion to the duty hereinbefore prescribed, and
in no case less than 60 per cent. Webbing, goring, suspenders, . braces, beltings,
braids, bindings, galloons, fringes, cords, and tassels, elastic or nonelastic... Bandings, including hatbands, bindings, beltings,
bone casings, braces, braids, cords, cords and tassels, fringes, garters, gorings, suspenders, tubings, and webs and webbings, composed wholly or in part of silks, whether composed in part of india-rubber or otherwise, if not em
broidered by hand or machinery... Laces and embroideries, neck rufflings, ruchings,
nettings, and veilings... Knit goods made up wholly or in part by the
tailor, seamstress, or manufacturer.. Ready-made clothing and other articles of wearing
apparel, not elsewhere specified..... Beaded silk goods.......
45 per cent.. 15
50 per cent.. 50
50 per cent.. 50
Rates of duty underUnit
of value. Law of 1894. Ad va- Law of 1897.
Laces, and articles made wholly or in part of lace,
edgings, insertings, galloons, chiffon, or other flouncings, nots or nettings and veilings, neck rufilings, ruchings, braids, fringes, trimmings, embroideries, and articles embroidered by hand or machinery, or tamboured or appliqued, cloth. ing, ready-made, and articles of wearing apparel of every description, including knit goods, made up or manufactured in whole or in part by the tailor, seamstress, or manufacturer ; all of the above named articles made of silk, or of which silk is the component material of chief value, not specially provided for in this act, and silk goods ornamented with beads or spangles, of
whatever material composed.. Provided, That any wearing apparel or other
articles provided for in this paragraph (except gloves), when composed in part of india-rubber,
shall be subject to a duty of.. All other manufactures, not specially provided
component material of chief value, including such as have india-rubber as a component material, not specially provided for in this act, and all Jacquard figured goods in the piece, made on looms, of which silk is the component material of chief value, dyed in the yarn, and containing two or more colors in the filling, 50 per cent. ad valorem : Provided, That all manufactures of which wool is a component material shall be classified and assessed for duty as manufactures
of wool. In ascertaining the weight of silk under the pro
visions of this schedule, the weight shall be taken in the condition in which found in the goods, without deduction therefrom for any dye, coloring matter, or other foreign substance or material.
Pulp of wood mechanically ground, and chemical
Per ct. wood pulp, unbleached or bleached.......... tons. 23.36 10 per cent.. 10 Pulp of wood : Mechanically ground.
Il cent p. lb. Chemical, unbleached.
p. Chemical, bleached.
14 cent p. lb. Paper sheathing..
10 per cent.. 10
10 per cent.. 10 Roofing felt..
10 Filter masse or filter stock, composed wholly or in part of wood pulp, wood flour, cotton or other vegetable fiber..
14 cts. p. lb. Printing paper, suitable only for books and news.
and 15 p. ct. papers: Unsized and sized, or glued..
.062 15 per cent.. 15 Printing paper, unsized, sized, or glued, suitable for books and newspapers : Valued at not above 2 cents per pound..
cent Valued above 2 cents and not above 242 cents per pound...
* cent p. Ib. Valued above 242 cents per pound and not above 3 cents per pound.
i cent p. Ib. Valued above 3 cents and not above 4 cents per pound..
lb. Valued above 4 cents and not above 5 cents per pound...
p. lb. Valued above 5 cents per pound.
15 per cent.. Provided, That if any country or dependency
shall impose an export duty upon pulp wood exported to the United States, there shall be imposed upon printing paper when imported from such country or dependency, an additional duty of one-tenth of 1 cent per pound for each dollar of export duty per cord so imposed, and proportionately for
fractions of a dollar of such export duty. Paper, albumenized or sensitized.
30 per cent.. 30 Papers known commercially as copying paper,
Altering paper, silver paper, and all tissue paper, white or colored, made up in copying books, reams, or in any other form..
.17 35 per cent.. 35 (See below.) 51.28 Papers known commercially as copying paper,
stereotype paper, Japanese tissue paper, pottery
ream of 480 sheets, on a basis of 20 by 30
6 cents p. lb. Weighing over 6 pounds and not exceeding 10
and 15 p. ct.
5 cents p. lb.
and 15 p. ct. Crepe paper weighing not less than 6 pounds
and not exceeding 10 pounds to the stan.
5 cents p. lb. Parchment papers and surface-coated papers, and
and 15 p. ct. manufactures of, cardboards, and photograph, autograph, and scrap albums, wholly or partially manufactured..
30 per cent.. Surface-coated papers not specially provided for in this act....
242 cts. p. 15. If printed or wholly or partly covered with
and 15 p. ct. metal or its solutions or with gelatin or flock.
3 cents p. lb.
and 20 p. ct. Parchment papers..
2 cents p. lb. Plain basic photographic papers for albumen
and 10 p. ct. izing, sensitizing, or baryta coating..
3 cents p. lb. Albumenized or sensitized paper or paper
and 10 p. ct.
30 per cent..
Rates of duty under
AdvaLaw of 1894.
Law of 1897. lorem.
Lithographic cigar labels and bands, lettered or blank, printed from either stone or zinc: Printed in less than 10 colors, but not including bronze metal-leaf printing...,
lbs. Printed in 10 or more colors or in bronze print
ing, but not including metal-leaf printing, pounds.. Printed in whole or in part of metal-leaf,
pounds.... Lithographic prints from either stone or zinc, bound or unbound, not elsewhere specified : On cardboard or other material exceeding zglo inch in thickness......
Ibe. On paper or other material
Not exceeding 10% inch in thickness. pounds.. Exceeding to go inch and not exceeding 1080) inch in thickness Not exceeding 35 inches square, cutting size in dimensions.
.lbs Exceeding 35 inches square, cutting size in dimensions..
... lbs. Lithographic prints from stone, zinc, aluminum or
other material, bound or unbound' (except cigar labels, flaps, and bands, lettered, or otherwise, music and illustrations when forming a part of a periodical or newspaper and accompanying the same, or if bound in or forming a part of printed books, not specially provided for in this act): On paper or other material not exceeding 100
of 1 inch in thickness. On paper or other material exceeding 1860 of
1 inch and not exceeding 1860 of 1 inch in thickness, and exceeding 35 square inches. but not exceeding 400 square inches cutting
size in dimensions.. Exceeding 400 square inches cutting size in di.
mensions. Prints exceeding 1060 of 1 inch and not exceed
ing 1680 of 1 inch in thickness, and not ex ceeding 35 square inches cutting size in dimensions. Lithographic prints from stone, zinc, alumi
num or other material, on cardboard or other material, exceeding rido of 1 inch in
thickness. Lithographic cigar labels, flaps and bands,
lettered or blank, printed from stone, zinc, aluminum or other material, if printed in less than 8 colors (bronze printing to be counted as 2 colors), but not including labels, flaps and bands printed in whole or in part in metal
leaf... Labels, flaps and bands, if printed entirely in
bronze printing.. Labels, flaps and bands printed in 8 or more
colors, but not including labels, flaps and bands printed in whole or in part in metal leaf. Labels, flaps and bands printed in whole or
in part in metal leaf. Books of paper or other material for children's
use, containing illuminated lithographic prints, not exceeding in weight 24 ounces each, and all booklets and fashion magazines or periodicals printed in whole or in part by lithographic process or decorated by hand...
8 cents p. Ib.
35 per cent..
5 cents p. Ib.
6 cents p. lb.
20 cents p. Ib. 15 cents p. lb.
30 cents p. lb. 50 cents p. lb.
8 cents p. Ib.