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is cast and malleable, excepting what is known as malleable-iron castings, shall be classed and denominated as steel.

151. No article not specially provided for in this act, wholly or partly manufactured from tin plate, terne plate, or the sheet, plate, hoop, band, or scroll iron or steel herein provided for, or of which such tin plate, terne plate, sheet, plate, hoop, band, or scroll iron or steel shall be the material of chief value, shall pay a lower rate of duty than that imposed on the tin plate, terne platě, or sheet, plate, hoop, band, or scroll iron or steel from which it is made, or of which it shall be the component thereof of chief value.

Not in old law. 152. On all iron or steel bars or rods of whatever shape or section, which are cold rolled, cold hammered, or polished in any way in addition to the ordinary process of hot rolling or hammering, there shall be paid one-fourth of one cent per pound in addition to the rates provided in this act; and on all strips, plates, or'sheets of iron or steel of whatever shape, other than tħe polished, planished, or glanced sheet-iron or sheet-steel hereinbefore provided for, which are cold rolled, cold hammered, blued, brightened, tempered, or polished by any process to such perfected surface finish, or polish better than the grade of cold rolled, smooth only, hereinbefore provided for, there shall be paid one and one-fourth cents per pound in addition to the rates provided in this act upon plates, strips, or sheets of iron or steel of commun or black finish; and on steel circular saw plates there shall be paid one cent per pound in addition to the rate provided in this act for steel saw plates.

Words in italics not in old law,

MANUFACTURES OF IRON AND STEEL,

153. Anchors, or parts thereof, of iron or steel, mill-irons and millcranks of wrought-iron, and wrought-iron for ships, and forgings of iron or steel, or of combined iron and steel, for vessels, steamengines, and locomotives, or parts thereof, weighing each twenty-five pounds or more, one and eight-tenths cents per pound.

Old law two cents per pound. Words in italics are new. 154. Axles, or parts thereof, axle-bars, axle-blanks, or forgings for axles, whether of iron or steel, 'without reference to the stage or state of manufacture, two cents per pound : Provided, That when iron or steel axles are imported fitted in wheels, or parts of wheels, of iron or steel, they shall be dutiable at the same rate as the wheels in which they are fitted

Old law; two and a half cents per pound. Proviso in italics is new

matter. 155. Anvils of iron or steel, or of iron and steel combined, by whatever process made, or in whatever stage of manufacture, two and one-half cents per pound.

New language. No change in rate. 156. Blacksmiths' hammers and sledges, track tools, wedges, and crowbars, whether of iron or steel, two and one-fourth cents per pound.

Old law: Two and one-half cents per pound. 157. Boiler or other tubes, pipes, flues, or stays of wrought-iron or steel, two and one-half cents per pound.

Old law: Two and one-fourth and three cents per pound.

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158. Bolts, with or without threads or nuts, or bolt-blanks, and finished hinges or hinge-blanks, whether of iron or steel, two and one-fourth cents per pound.

Old law: Two and one-half cents per pound. 159. Card-clothing, manufactured from tempered steel wire, fifty cents per square foot; all other, twenty-five cents per square foot.

Old law: Forty-five per centum and twenty-five per centum. 160. Cast-iron pipe of every description, nine-tenths of one cent per pound.

Old law: One cent per pound. 161. Cast-iron vessels, plates, stove-plates, andirons, sad-irons, tailors' irons, hatters' irons, and castings of iron, not specially provided for in this act, one and two-tenths cents per pound.

Old law: One and one-fourth cents per pound. 162. Castings of malleable iron not specially provided for in this act, one and three-fourths cents per pound.

Old law: Two cents per pound. 163. Cast þollow-ware, coated, glazed, or tinned, three cents per pound.

Old law: All hollow-ware, coated, glazed, or tinned, three cents

per pound. 164. Chain or chains of all kinds, made of iron or steel, not less than three-fourths of one inch in diameter, one and six-tenths cents per pound ; less than three-fourths of one inch and not less than three-eighths of one inch in diameter, one and eight-tenths cents per pound ; less than three-eights of one inch in diameter, two and onehalf cents per pound, but no chain or chains of any description shall pay a lower rate of duty than forty-five per centum ad valorem.

Old law: One and three-fourths cents per pound; two cents per

pound; two and one-half cents per pound. CUTLERY165. Pen-knives or pocket-knives of all kinds, or parts thereof, and

erasers, or parts thereof, wholly or partly manufactured, valued at not more than fifty cents per dozen, twelve cents per dozen; valued at more than fifty cents per dozen and not exceeding one dollar and fifty cents per dozen, fifty cents per dozen; valued at more than one dollar and fifty cents per dozen and not exceeding three dollars per dozen, one dollar per dozen; valued at more than three dollars per dozen, two dollars per dozen; and in addition thereto on all the above, fifty per centum ad valorem. Razors and razor-blades, finished or unfinished, valued at less than four dollars per dozen, one dollar per dozen; valued at four dollars or more per dozen, one dollar and seventy-five cents per dozen; and in addition thereto on all the above razors and razor-blades, thirty per centum ad valorem.

Old law: Pen-knives, pocket-knives, of all kinds, and razors, fifty

per centum; cutlery not specially provided for, thirty-five per

centum. 166. Swords, sword-blades, and side-arms, thirty-five per centum

ad valorem. 167. Table-knives, forks, steels, and all butchers', hunting, kitchen,

bread, butter, vegetable, fruit, cheese, plumbers', painters', palette, and artists' knives of all sizes, finished or unfinished,

valued at not more than one dollar per dozen pieces, ten cents per dozen; valued at more than one dollar and not more than two dollars, thirty-five cents per dozen; valued at more than two dollars and not more than three dollars, forty cents per dozen; valued at more than three dollars and not more than eight dollars, one dollar per dozen; valued at more than eight dollars, two dollars per dozen; and in addition upon all the above-named articles, thirty per centum ad valorem. All carving and cooks' knives and forks of all sizes, finished or unfinished, valued at not more than four dollars per dozen pieces, one dollar per dozen; valued at more than four dolfars and not more than eight dollars, two dollars per dozen pieces; valued at more than eight dollars and not more than twelve dollars, three dollars per dozen pieces; valued at more than twelve dollars, five dollars per dozen pieces; and in addition upon all the above-named articles, thirty per centum ad valorem.

Cutlery not specially provided for, thirty-five per centum. 167. Files, file-blanks, rasps, and floats, of all cuts and kinds, four inches in length and under, thirty-five cents per dozen; over four inches in length and under nine inches, seventy-five cents per dozen; nine inches in length and under fourteen inches, one dollar and thirty cents per dozen; fourteen inches in length and over, two dollars per dozen.

Old law: Nine inches and under four inches, one dollar and fifty

cents per dozen; fourteen inches and over, two dollars and

fifty cents per dozen. FIRE-ARMS169. Muskets and sporting rifles, twenty-five per centum ad valorem.

Old law: Muskets, rifles, and other fire-arms, not specially pro

vided for, twenty-five per centum. 170. All double-barrelled, sporting, breech loading shot-guns val

ued at not more than six dollars each, one dollar and fifty cents each; valued at more than six dollars and not more than twelve dollars each, four dollars each ; valued at more than twelve dollars each, six dollars each; and in addition thereto on all the above, thirty-five per centum ad valorem. Single-barrel breech-loading shot-guns, one dollar each and thirty-five per centum ad valorem. Revolving pistols valued at not more than one dollar and fifty cents each, forty cents each ; valued at more than one dollar and fifty cents, one dollar each; and in addition thereto on all the above pistols, thirty-five per centum ad valorem.

Old law: Thirty-five per centum. 171. Iron or steel sheets, plates, wares, or articles, enameled or glazed with vitreous glasses, forty-five per centum ad valorem.

NOTE.-Not in old law. Rates various. 172. Iron or steel sheets, plates, wares, or articles, enameled or glazed as above with more than one color, or ornamented, fifty per centum ad valorem.

Not in old law. Rates various. NAILS, SPIKES, TACKS, AND NEEDLES. 173. Cut nails and cut spikes of iron or steel, one cent per pound.

Old law: One and one-fourth cents per pound.

174. Horseshoe nails, hob nails, and all other.wrought iron or steel

nails not specially provided for in this act, four cents per

pound. 175. Wire nails made of wrought iron or steel, two inches long and

longer, not lighter than number twelve wire gauge, two cents per pound; from one inch to two inches in length, and lighter than number twelve and not lighter than number sixteen wire gauge, two and one-half cents per pound; shorter than one inch and lighter than number sixteen wire gauge, four cents per pound.

Old law: Four cents per pound. 176. Spikes, nuts, and washers, and horse, mule, or ox shoes, of wrought iron or steel, one and eight-tenths cents per pound.

Old law: Two cents per pound. 177. Cut tacks, brads, or sprigs, not exceeding sixteen ounces to

the thousand, two and one-fourth cents per thousand; exceeding sixteen ounces to the thousand, two and threefourths cents per pound.

Old law: Two and one-half cents per pound; three cents per pound. 178. Needles for knitting or sewing machines, crochet-needles and

tape-needles and bodkins of metal, thirty-five per centum ad valorem.

Old law: Twenty-five per centum and thirty-five per centum. 179. Needles, knitting, and all others not specially provided for

in this act, twenty-five per centum ad valorem. PLATES 180. Steel plates engraved, stereotype plates, electro-type plates,

and plates of other materials, engraved or lithographed, for printing, twenty-five per centum ad valorem.

Text in italic is new matter. 181. Railway fish-plates or splice-bars, made of iron or steel, one cent per pound.

Old law: One and one-fourth cents per pound. 182. Rivets of iron or steel, two and one-half cents per pound.

183. SAWS: Cross-cut saws, eight cents per linear foot; mill, pit, and drag-saws, not over nine inches wide, ten cents per linear foot; over nine inches wide, fifteen cents per linear foot; circular saws, thirty per centum ad valorem; hand, back, and all other saws, not specially provided for in this act, forty per centum ad valorem.

184. Screws, commonly called wood-screws, more than two inches in length, five cents per pound; over one inch and not more than two inches in length, seven cents per pound; over one-half inch and not more than one inch in length, ten cents per pound; one-half inch and less in length, fourteen cents per pound.

Old law: Six cents per pound; eight cents per pound; ten cents per

pound; fourteen cents per pound, respectively. 185. Wheels, or parts thereof, made of iron or steel, and steeltired wheels for railway purposes, whether wholly or partly finished, and iron or steel locomotive, car, or other railway tires or parts thereof, wholly or partly manufactured, two and one-half cents per pound; and ingots, cogged ingots, blooms, or blanks for the same, without regard to the degree of manufacture, one and three-fourths cents per pound: Provided, That when wheels or parts thereof, of iron or steel, are imported with iron or steel axles fitted in them, the

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wheels and axles together shall be dutiable at the same rate as is provided for the wheels when imported separately.

Old law: Steel wheels and steel-tired wheels for railway purposes,

whether wholly or partly finished, and iron or steel locomotive, car, and other railway tires, or parts thereof, wholly or partly manufactured, two and one half of one cent per pound; iron or steel ingots, cogged ingots, blooms or blanks for the same, without regard to the degree of manufacture, two cents per pound.

MISCELLANEOUS METALS AND MANUFACTURES OF.

186. Aluminium or aluminum, in crude form, and alloys of any kind in which aluminum is the component material of chief value, fifteen cents per pound.

Old law; Free. 187. Antimony, as regulus or metal, three-fourths of one cent per pound.

188. Argentine, albata, or German silver, unmanufactured, twentyfive per centum ad valorem.

189. Brass, in bars or pigs, old brass, clippings from brass or Dutchmetal, and old sheathing, or yellow metal, fit only for remanufacture, one and one-half cents per pound.

Words in italic new matter, 190. Bronze powder, twelve cents per pound; bronze or Dutchmetal, or aluminum, in leaf, eight cents per package of one hundred leaves.

Old law: Bronze Dutch metal in leaf, ten per centụm; bronze pow

der, fifteen per centum. COPPER191. Copper imported in the form of ores, one-half of one cent per pound on each pound of fine copper contained therein.

old law: Two and one-half cents per pound. 192. Old copper, fit only for remanufacture, clippings from new

copper, and all composition metal of which copper is a component material of chief value, not specially provided for in this act, one cent per pound.

Old law: Three cents per pound. 193. Regulus of copper and black or coarse copper, and copper

cement, one cent per pound on each pound of fine copper contained therein.

Old law: Three and one-half cents per pound. 194. Copper in plates, bars, ingots, Chili or other pigs, and in

other forms, not manufactured, not specially provided for in this act, one and one-fourth cents per pound.

Old law: Four cents per pound. 195. Copper in rolled plates, called braziers' copper, sheets, rods,

pipes, and copper bottoms, also sheathing or yellow metal of which copper is the component material of chief value, and not composed wholly or in part of iron ungalvanized, thirty-five per centum ad valorem.

In old law, and omitted: Sheathing, or yellow metal, not wholly

of copper, nor wholly nor in part of iron, ungalvanized, in sheets, forty-eight inches long and fourteen inches wide, and weighing from fourteen to thirty-four ounces per square foot, thirty-five per centum ad valorem; copper, when imported for the United States Mint, free,

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