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a bounty on sugars of domestic production shall take effect on the first day of April, eighteen hundred and ninety-one: Provided, That on and after the first day of March, eighteen hundred and ninety-one, and prior to the first day of April, eighteen hundred and ninety-one, sugars not exceeding number sixteen Dutch standard in color may be refined in bond without payment of duty, and such refined sugars may be transported in bond and stored in bonded warehouse at such points of destination as are provided in existing laws relating to the immediate transportation of dutiable goods in bond, under such rules and regulations as shall be prescribed by the Secretary of the Treasury.

NOTE. --All new matter.

SCHEDULE F.-TOBACCO AND MANUFACTURES OF.

242. Leaf tobacco suitable for cigar-wrappers, if not stemmed, two dollars per pound; if stemmed, two dollars and seventy-five cents per pound : Provided, That if any portion of any tobacco imported in any bale, box, or package, or in bulk shall be suitable for cigarwrappers, the entire quantity of tobacco contained in such bale, box, or package, or bulk shall be dutiable; if not stemmed, at two dollars per pound; if stemmed, at two dollars and seventy-five cents per pound.

Old law: Leaf tobacco, of which eighty-five per centum is of the

requisite size and of the necessary fineness of texture to be suitable for wrappers, and of which more than one hundred leaves are required to weigh a pound, if not stemmed, seventy

five cents per pound; if stemmed, one dollar per pound. 243. All other tobacco in leaf, unmanufactured and not stemmed, thirty-five cents per pound; if stemmed, fifty cents per pound.

Old law: Stemmed, forty cents per pound. 244. Tobacco, manufactured, of all descriptions, not specially enumerated or provided for in this act, forty cents per pound.

245. Snuff and snuff flour, manufactured of tobacco, ground dry, or damp, and pickled, scented, or otherwise, of all descriptions, fifty cents per pound.

246. Cigars, cigarettes, and cheroots of all kinds, four dollars and fifty cents per pound and twenty-five per centum ad valorem; and paper cigars and cigarettes, including wrappers, shall be subject to the same duties as are herein imposed upon cigars.

Old law: Two dollars and fifty cents per pound and twenty-five

per centum.

SCHEDULE G.-AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTS AND PROVISIONS.

ANIMALS, LIVE247. Horses and mules, thirty dollars per head: Provided, That

horses valued at one hundred and fifty dollars and over shall

pay a duty of thirty per centum ad valorem. 248. Cattle, more than one year old, ten dollars per head; one year

old or less, two dollars per head. 249. Hogs, one dollar and fifty cents per head. 250. Sheep, one year old or more, one dollar and fifty cents per

head ; less than one year old, seventy-five cents per head.

251. All other live animals, not specially provided for in this act, twenty per centum ad valorem.

Old law, covering paragraphs 235 to 239: Animals, live, twenty

per centum. BREADSTUFFS AND FARINACEOUS SUBSTANCES252. Barley, thirty cents per bushel of forty-eight pounds.

Old law: Ten cents per bushel. 253. Barley-malt, forty-five cents per bushel of thirty-four pounds.

Old law: Twenty cents per bushel. 254. Barley, pearled, patent, or hulled, two cents per pound.

Old law: One-half cent per pound. 255. Buckwheat, fifteen cents per bushel of forty-eight pounds.

Old law: Unenumerated, ten per centum. 256. Corn or maize, fifteen cents per bushel of fifty-six pounds.

Old law: Ten cents per bushel. 257. Corn-meal, twenty cents per bushel of forty-eight pounds.

Old law: Ten cents per bushel. 258. Macaroni, vermicelli, and all similar preparations, two cents per pound.

Old law: Free. 259. Oats, fifteen cents per bushel.

Old law: Ten cents per bushel. 260. Oatmeal, one cent per pound.

Old law: One-half cent per pound. 261. Rice, cleaned, two cents per pound; uncleaned rice, one and

one-quarter cents per pound; paddy, three-quarters of one cent per pound; rice-flour, rice-meal, and rice, broken, which will pass through a sieve known commercially as number twelve wire sieve, one-fourth of one cent per pound.

Old law: Cleaned, two and one-quarter cents per pound; uncleaned,

one and one-half cents per pound; paddy, one and one-quarter

cents per pound; rice flour, rice meal, twenty per centum, 262. Rye, ten cents per bushel. 263. Rye-flour, one-half of one cent per pound. 264. Wheat, twenty-five cents per bushel.

Old law: Twenty cents per bushel. 265. Wheat-flour, twenty-five per centum ad valorem.

Old law: Twenty per centum. DAIRY PRODUCTS-266. Butter, and substitutes therefor, six cents per pound.

old law: Four cents per pound. 267. Cheese, six cents per pound.

Old law: Four cents per pound. 268. Milk, fresh, five cents per gallon.

Old law: Ten per centum (unenumerated). 269. Milk, preserved or condensed, including weight of packages,

three cents per pound; sugar of milk, eight cents per pound.

Old law: Milk, condensed, twenty per centum; milk, sugar of,

free. FARM AND FIELD PRODUCTS, 270. Beans, forty cents per bushel of sixty pounds

Old law: Unenumerated ten per centum.

271. Beans, pease, and mushrooms, prepared or preserved, in tins, jars, bottles, or otherwise, forty per centum ad valorem.

Old law: Vegetables, prepared or preserved, of all kinds not other

wise provided for, thirty per centum. 272. Broom-corn, eight dollars per ton.

Old law: Ten per centum (unenumerated). 273. Cabbages, three cents each.

Old law: Ten per centum (unenumerated). 274. Cider, five cents per gallon.

Old law: Twenty per centum (unenumerated). 275. Eggs, five cents per dozen.

Old law: Free. 276. Eggs, yolk of, twenty-five per centum ad valorem.

Old law: Unenumerated, twenty per centum. 277. Hay, four dollars per ton. Old law: Two dollars

per

ton. 278. Honey, twenty cents per gallon. 279. Hops, fifteen cents per pound.

Old law: Eight cents per pound. 280. Onions, forty cents per bushel.

Old law: Ten per centum (unenumerated). 281. Pease, green, in bulk or in barrels, sacks, or similar packages,

forty cents per bushel of sixty pounds; pease, dried, twenty cents per bushel; split pease, fifty cents per bushel of sixty pounds: pease in cartons, papers, or other small packages, one cent per pound.

Old law: Vegetables in natural state, ten per centum; split pease,

twenty per centum; for seed, twenty per centum. 282. Plants, trees, shrubs, and vines of all kinds, commonly known

as nursery stock, not specially provided for in this act, twenty per centum ad valorem.

Old law: Plants, trees, shrubs, and vines of all kinds not otherwise

provided for, and seeds of all kinds, except medicinal seeds not

specially enumerated or provided for in this act, free. 283. Potatoes, twenty-five cents per bushel of sixty pounds.

Old law: Fifteen cents per bushel. SEEDS

284. Castor beans or seeds, fifty cents per bushel of fifty pounds. 285. Flaxseed or linseed, poppy seed and other oil seeds, not spe

cially provided for in this act, thirty cents per bushel of fiftysix pounds; but no drawback shall be allowed on oil-cake made from imported seed.

Old law: Twenty cents per bushel. 286. Garden-seeds, agricultural seeds, and other seeds, not specially provided for in this act, twenty per centum ad valorem

Old law: Garden seeds, twenty per centum, and most other seeds

free. 287. Vegetables of all kinds, prepared or preserved, including

pickles and sauces of all kinds, not specially provided for.
in this act, forty-five per centum ad valorem.
Old law: Vegetables of all kinds, thirty per centum; pickles and

sauces, and so forth, thirty-five per centum; vegetables in salt or brine, ten per centum.

288. Vegetables in their natural state, not specially provided for in this act, twenty-five per centum ad valorem.

Old law: Vegetables in their natural state or in salt or brine, ten

per centum. 289. Straw, thirty per centum ad valorem.

Old law: Unmanufactured, free. 290. Teazles, thirty per centum ad valorem.

Old law: Free. FISH 291. Anchovies and sardines, packed in oil or otherwise, in tin

boxes measuring not more than five inches long, four inches wide and three and one-half inches deep, ten cents per whole box; in half-boxes, measuring not more than five inches long, four inches wide, and one and five-eighths inches deep, five cents each; in quarter-boxes, measuring not more than four and three-fourths inches long, three and one-half inches wide, and one and one-fourth inches deep, two and one-half cents each; when imported in any other form, forty per

centum ad valorem. 292. Fish, pickled, in barrels or half barrels, and mackerel or salmon, pickled or salted, one cent per pound.

Old law: Mackerel, one cent per pound; salmon, pickled, one cent

per pound; other fish, pickled or salted, one cent per pound. 293. Fish, smoked, dried, salted, pickled, frozen, packed in ice, or

otherwise prepared for preservation, and fresh fish, not specially provided for in this act, three-fourths of one cent per pound.

Old law: Foreign-caught fish, imported otherwise than in barrels

or half barrels, whether fresh, smoked, dried, salted, or pickled, not specially enumerated or provided for in this act, fifty

cents per hundred pounds. 294. Herrings, pickled or salted, one-half of one cent per pound; herrings, fresh, one-fourth of one cent per pound.

Old law: Herrings, fresh, fifty cents per hundred pounds. 295. Fish in cans or packages made of tin or other material, ex

cept anchovies and sardines and fish packed in any other manner, not specially enumerated or provided for in this act, thirty per centum ad valorem.

Old law: Fish preserved in oil, except anchovies and sardines,

thirty per centum. Old law: Salmon and all other fish prepared or preserved not other

wise provided for, twenty-five per centum. 296. Cans or packages, made of tin or other metal, containing shell

fish admitted free of duty, not exceeding one quart in contents, shall be subject to a duty of eight cents per dozen cans or packages ; and when exceeding one quart, shall be subject to an additional duty of four cents per dozen_for each additional half quart or fractional part thereof; Provided, That until June thirtieth, eighteen hundred and ninety-one, such cans or packages shall be admitted as now provided by law.

Old law: Cans or packages made of tin or other material containing

fish of any kind admitted free of duty under any existing law or treaty, not exceeding one quart in contents, shall be subject to a duty of one cent and a half on each can or package; and when exceeding one quart, shall be subject to an additional duty of one cent and a half for each additional quart or fractional part thereof.

FRUITS AND NUTS-
Fruits:
297. Apples, green or ripe, twenty-five cents per bushel.

Old law: Free, unenumerated. 298. Apples, dried, dessiccated, evaporated, or prepared in any

manner, and not otherwise provided for in this act, two cents per pound.

Old law: Thirty-five per centum or free, unenumerated. 299. Grapes, sixty cents per barrel of three cubic feet capacity or

fractional part thereof; plums, and prunes, two cents per
pound.
Old law: Preserved prunes, one cent per pound; grapes, twenty

per centum.
300. Figs, two and one-half cents per pound.

Old law: Two cents per pound. 301. Oranges, lemons, and limes, in packages of capacity of one

and one-fourth cubic feet or less, thirteen cents per package; in packages of capacity exceeding one and one-fourth cubic feet and not exceeding two and one-half cubic feet, twenty-five cents per package; in packages of capacity exceeding two and one-half cubic feet and not exceeding five cubic feet, fifty cents per package; in packages of capacity exceeding five cubic feet, for every additional cubic foot or fractional part thereof, ten cents; in bulk, one dollar and fifty cents per one thousand; and in addition thereto a duty of thirty per centum ad valorem upon the boxes or barrels containing such oranges, lemons, or limes. Old law: Oranges, in boxes of capacity not exceeding two and one

half cubic feet, twenty-five cents per box; in one-half boxes, capacity not exceeding one and one-fourth cubic feet, thirteen cents per half box; in bulk, one dollar and sixty cents per thousand; in barrels, capacity not exceeding that of the one hundred and ninety-six pounds flour barrel, fifty-five cents per

barrel. Lemons, in boxes of capacity not exceeding two and one-half cubic

feet, thirty cents per box; in one-half boxes, capacity not exceeding one and one-fourth cubic feet, sixteen cents per half

box; in bulk, two dollars per thousand. Lemons and oranges, in packages, not specially enumerated or

provided for in this act, twenty per centum ad valorem.

Limes, twenty per centum ad valorem. 302. Raisins, two and one-half cents per pound.

Old law: Two cents per pound. 303. Comfits, sweetmeats, and fruits preserved in sugar, sirup,

molasses, or spirits not specially provided for in this act,

and jellies of all kinds, thirty-five per centum ad valorem. 304. Fruits preserved in their own juices, thirty per centum ad

valorem.

Old law: Twenty per centum. 305. Orange-peel and lemon-peel, preserved or candied, two cents

per pound.

Old law: Thirty-five per centum. Nuts: 306. Almonds, not shelled, five cents per pound; clear almonds,

shelled, seven and one-half cents per pound.

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