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Paragraph. Timber

..216, 217, 754 for vessels. Sec. 8. bewa

216 in Canadian provinces. Secs. 15, 16. sawed.

216 ship.

755 Tinbars

.209, 736 black oxide of

209, 736 block

209, 736 cassiterite of..

209 grain

736 granulated.

736 manufactures of

143 ore.

736 pig

209, 736 platos.

143, 145, 151 limitation of duty.

143 used in the manufacture of cans, etc., drawback on....

328 taggers

.148, 145 ware exported empty

328 filled with domestic products,

328 Tincture of opium

47 Tinsel wird

737 Tips, lava.

101 Tissue paper.

419 Tobacco

.242-246 cigar-wrappers.

242 leaf

.242, 243 leaf upmanufactured and not stemmed.. 243 stemuned

243 suitable for cigar-wrappers not stemned

242 stemmed

242 manufactured

244 manufacturers of. Secs. 26-33 packing, stamping, etc. Sec. 31. peddlers of, to give bond. Sec. 28. pipes.

468 pouches.

468 producers of.

Sec. 27. provisions for re-importation

493 robate. Page 115. stems

738 unmanufactured

243 Toilet soap

79 preparations waters

8 Tonics

77 Tonka beans.

739 Tonqua beans..

739 Tonquin beans.

739 Tools of trade, etc.

686 Top-waste Tourney carpets

Tabla covers..

351 knives

167 mirrors

122 Tacks, cut

177 Taggers iron

142-145 steel

.142-145

143--145 Tailors' irons

161 Tallow..

316 Talmas, woolen

397 Tamarinds.

581 Tamboured articles..

373 Tampico fiber...

592 manufactures of

362 Tank-bottoms..

728 Tannic acid..

6 Tandin. Tanning, articles for

.26, 492 Tape-needles.

178 Tapestry Brussels carpets.

403 velvet carpets.--

402 Tapioca Tar --coal, crudo

538 of wood

731 products of

18, 19 Tare on fire-crackers not allowed

438 Tarred cables..

362 cordage

362 Tartar, cream of.

9 crude

487 patent

93 Tartaric acid..

7 Tartars

91 Tartrate of soda and potagga

92 Tassels, silk

412 wool

398 Tax, internal-revenus.

493 Taxes, certain special repealed. Soc. 26. Tea.

732 conditional duty on. Sec. 3. plants..

732 Teams of animals, etc.......

483 Teazles

290 Teos, angles, beams, and bolts for vogaels.

Sec. 8. Teeth

733 Telegraph-poles, cedar. Telephone-poles, cedar.

77

388

219

400 Tow of tax

359 of hemp.

359 Toy marbles

436 Toyo...

..100, 438 Trade-marks, frandulently copying. Soc. 7.

registration of. Sec. 7.

regulations concerning. Sec. 7.
Trade, reciprocal. Sec. 3.
Track-tools, iron or steel..

156 Trade, tools of, etc..

686 Tram silk..

410 Trees Trimmings.

373 dress.

398 Trophies..

648 Tripoli

740 Tubes, boiler

157 Tuckings

373 Turkey red oil

36 Tumeric

741 Turpentine, spirits of.

743 Venice.

742 Turtles

744 Twine (also p. 116).

362 binding (also p. 116).

362 from istle, Tampico fiber, etc. (also p. 116).

362 for nets, webs, and seines..

367 Twist silk.

410 Type-metal

203 Types, now

208 old..

219 Timber, aquared or sided

217 Terne-plates.

-.143, 145, 151 Terra alba

734 japonica

735 Textile fabricsembroidered

373 grasses, unmanufactured

597 Thread cotton

342, 343 cotton, spool

343 flax and hemp.

370 of gold...

196 of metal

196 of silver

196 Threads, silk

410 Thyme oil

661 Ties for baling

140 railroad

756 cedar

219 Tile.

94 encaustic

94 glazed, ornamented, etc.

94 paving roofing

282, 679

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bagging
cotton.
garneted
ring
rope
roving
silk
slubbing
top.
wool

yarn Wastes Watch-cages

glasses. jewels..

movements Watches.

parts of..... Water

bay
cologne
color paintings

paints.
fowls
proof cloth.

soda
Waters, mineral

toilet. Wax...

mineral

vegetable Wearing apparel

embroidered Webbing, cotton. Webbings, silk. Webs, flax Wedges, iron or steel Weeds

drugs manufactures of'.

se&.... Whalebone. Whale oil. Whoat

flour Wheels

hubs for

334

8 465

61 505 369

340 ..341, 650

8 4.59 751

751 - 349, 372, 373, 396, 413, 752

373 354 412 387 156

v. Vaccine virus.........

747 Valerian oil......

661 Valonia

748 Value of foreign coin to be estimated quar

terly. Sec. 52. Vamps, leather..

457 Varnishes....

56 gold size

56 Japan..............

56 spirit

56 Vases

100 platinum for chemical purposes

682 Vegetableblack

52 fiber, manufactures of.

374 ivory.

462 buttons

430 unmanufactured

618 knives

167 substances

653 fibrous....................*

597 wax.

751 Vegetables.

.287, 288 natural state.

288 prepared, etc.

287 Vehicles of immigrants

483 Velvet carpets..

402 Velveteens.

350 Velvets

350, 411 Vellum

672 Veneers of wood

220 Venetian carpets..

404 Verdigris

749 Vermicelli

258 Vermilion red

57 Vermuth..

336 Vessels, American, repairs of. Sec. 9. built in the United States, materials for.

Sec. 8.

for foreign account. Sec. 8. cast-iron

161 containing quicksilver.

207 foreign. Secs. 17, 18, 19. in coastwise trade. Sec. 8. of glass, filled.

. 104, 111 platinum..

682 sunken, merchandise taken from.

Sec. 23. Vials...

. 103, 104 filled.

.104 Vinegar.

327 Vines of all kinds

282 Vitriol, blue..

12 oil of..

5 Vulcanized India rubber...

461

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Wads, gun
Wafers
Wagon blocks
Wagong of immigrants..
Walnuts
Walking canes.
Wares, iron

steel
Warp, or warp yarns
Wash blue..
Wasbers...

446 750 223 483 307

756 171-172 171-172

342

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sweet, fortification of. Socs. 42-43.
Wire-
card, additional duty on..

clothing, steel
cloths, iron.

cloths, steel...
coated with zinc or tin..
corset.......

22 338 333 330 335 336

58 176

148 159 148 148 148 148 214
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covered with cotton or silk

148
crinoline

148
hat

148
iron or steel.
lead

201
nails

175
nettings, iron or steel..

148
rope for vessels. Sec. 8.
iron or steel

148
rods..

147
steel, ilat

148
strand.

148
tinsel

737
Withdrawal of goods from bonded ware-

house. Sec. 50.
Witherite

500
Wood

.754-756
ashes,

495
lyo of..

495
barrels

228
blocks of various kinds.

223
bolts

755
box

.220, 756
briar..

756
cabinet.

.220, 756
furniture..

230
casks

228
cedar.

220, 756
paving posts

219
chair cane.

229
clapboards

.221, 222
corks, unmanufactured.

548
ebony

.220, 756
fence posts.

755
fire...

755
foreign export duties.

218
granadilla

-220, 756
hair

756
lance

.220, 756
laths

224
lignum-vitæ

220, 756
mahogany..

220, 756
manutactures of

230
myrtle

756
packing boxes

228
box shooks.

228
partridge

756
pimento.

756
pitch of.

731
poplar..

670
pulp

461
chemical

415
ground

415
rose

.220, 756
satin

220, 756
screws

184
shingles

226
staves.

227
sugar-box shooks

228

731
timber..

.216, 217
unmanufactured

220
veneers of..

220
Woods for dyeing..

.24, 560
for paper....

670
Wool-
classification of

381
definition of

376-378
duty, first class

381
second class.

384
third class

.385, 386
grease

316
hats of

393
manufactures of

392, 414
Woolen-
blankets

393
braces, beltings, bindings, etc

398
braids, galloons, fringes, etc...

398
bunting

395
buttons

398
carpets.

.405, 408
cloaks, clolmans, etc

397
cloths

.392, 394, 395
clothing, ready-made

396

Paragraph.
Woolen- continued.
cords, and cords and tassels

308
dress goods...

- 394, 395
trimmings.

398
embroideries

398
fabrics...

392
felts..

396
flannels

393
flocks

389
hats...

393
headnets.

398
Italian cloths.

-394, 395
jackets

397
knit fabrics

392
laces

398
linings

.394, 395
mats and rugs

408
mungo

389
nets.

398
noils

388
outside garments..

397
pile fabrics.

396
plushes

306
rag:

399
ready-made clothing....

396
roping, roving, or tops..

390
slubbing, roving, ring, yarn, and gar-
neted waste

388
shawls

392
shoddy.

388
Buspenders and braces

398
talmas..

397
tassels and ornaments.

398
top waste

388
ulsters

397
wastes

388
wearing apparel

396
webbings, gorings, braids, fringes, etc.. 398
yarns ...

391
Wools

................375, 408
on the skin

387
scoured

.381, 382
skirted

383
washed..

.381, 382
unwashed

381-383, 391, 393, 394
Works of art

.757, 758, 759
for exhibition

. 758, 759
for presentation.

757
Worm-gut, manufactures of

459
unmanufactured

529
Worsted cloths.

392
knit fabrics

392
shawls

392
yarns

391
Wrappers, paper

246
Writing, obscene. Socs. 11-13.
paper

422

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AN ACT to reduce the revenue and equalize duties on imports, and for other

purposes.

Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled, That on and after the sixth day of October, eighteen hundred and ninety, unless otherwise specially provided for in this act, there shall be levied, collected, and paid upon all articles imported from foreign countries, and mentioned in the schedules herein contained, the rates of duty which are, by the schedules and paragraphs, respectively prescribed, namely:

[All changes from the old law are indicated by foot-notes or by italics. ]

SCHEDULE A.-CHEMICALS, OILS AND PAINTS.

ACIDS. 1. Acetic or pyroligneous acid, not exceeding the specific gravity

of one and forty-seven one-thousandths, one and one-half cents per pound; exceeding the specific gravity of one and forty-seven one thousandths, four cents per pound.

Old law: Two cents and ten cents. 2. Boracic acid, five cents per pound.

Old law: Pure, five cents per pound; commercial, four cents. 3. Chromic acid, six cents per pound.

Old law: Fifteen per centum. 4. Citric acid, ten cents per pound. 5. Sulphuric acid or oil of vitriol, not otherwise specially provided for, one-fourth of one cent per pound.

Old law: Free under general provision for acids. 6. Tannic acid or tannin, seventy-five cents per pound.

Old law: One dollar per pound. 7. Tartaric acid, ten cents per pound. 8. Alcoholic perfumery, including cologne-water and other toilet

waters, two dollars per gallon and fifty per centum ad valorem; alcoholic compounds not specially provided for in this act, two dollars per gallon and twenty-five per centum ad

valorem. 9. Alumina, alum, alum cake, patent alum, sulphate of aluinina,

and aluminous cake, and alum in crystals or ground, six

tenths of one cent per pound. 10. AMMONIA.—Carbonate of, one and three-fourths cents per

pound; muriate of, or sal-ammoniac, three-fourths of one cent per pound; sulphate of, one-half of one cent per pound.

Old law: Carbonate of, twenty per centum; muriate of, ten per

centum; sulphate of, twenty per centum. 11. Blacking of all kinds, twenty-five per centum ad valorem. 12. Blue vitriol, or sulphate of copper, two cents per pound.

Old law: Three cents per pound.

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13. Bone-char, suitable for use in decolorizing sugars, twenty-five per centum ad valorem,

Old law: All bone-char twenty-five per centum. 14. Borax, crude, or borate of soda, or borate of lime, three cents

per pound; refined borax, five cents per pound. 15. Camphor, refined, four cents per pound.

Old law: Five cents per pound. 16. Chalk, prepared, precipitated, French, and red, one cent per

pound; all other chalk preparations not specially provided

for in this act, twenty per centum ad valorem. 17. Chloroform, twenty-five cents per pound.

Old law: Fifty cents per pound. COAL-TAR PREPARATIONS. 18. All coal-tar colors or dyes, by whatever name known, and not

specially provided for in this act, thirty-five per centum ad

valorem. 19. All preparations of coal-tar, not colors or dyes, not specially

provided for in this act, twenty per centum ad valorem. 20. Cobalt, oxide of, thirty cents per pound.

Old law: Twenty per centum. 21. Collodion and all compounds of pyroxyline, by whatever name known, fifty cents per pound; rolled or in sheets, but not made up into articles, sixty cents per pound; if in finished or partly-finished articles, sixty cents per pound and twenty-five per centum ad valorem.

22. Coloring for brandy, wine, beer, or other liquors, fifty per centum ad valorem.

Text of old law : Coloring for brandy, 50 per centum. 23. Copperas or sulphate of iron, three-tenths of one cent per pound.

24. Drugs, such as barks, beans, berries, balsams, buds, bulbs, and bulbous roots, and excrescences, such as nut-galls, fruits, flowers, dried fibers grains, gums, and gum resins, herbs, leaves, lichens, mosses, nuts, roots and stems, spices, vegetables, seeds (aromatic, not garden seeds), and seeds of morbid growth, weeds, woods used expressly for dyeing, and dried insects, any of the foregoing which are not edible, but which have been advanced in value or condition by refining or grinding, or by other process of manufacture, and not specially provided for in this act, ten per centum ad valorem.

25. Ethers sulphuric, forty cents per pound; spirits of nitrous ether, twenty-five cents per pound; fruit ethers, oils, or essences, two dollars and fifty cents per pound; ethers of all kinds not specially provided for in this act, one dollar per pound.

Old law: Ethers sulphuric, fifty cents per pound; nitrous ether,

thirty cents per pound; ethers all other, one dollar per pound; ananthic, oroil of cognac, four dollars per ounce; fruit ethers, etc., two dollars and fifty cents per pound; oil or essence of

rum, fifty cents per ounce. 26. Extracts and decoctions of logwood and other dye-woods, extract of sumac, and extracts of barks, such as are commonly used for dyeing or tanning, not specially provided for in this act, seveneighths of one cent per pound; extracts of hemlock bark orre-half of one cent per pound.

Old law: Logwood and other dye-woods, extract, ten per centum;

sumac extract, twenty per centum; extract of hemlock and other barks for tanning, twenty per centum.

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