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479. Amber, unmanufactured, or crude gum.
Old law: Amber beads and gum. 480. Ambergris. 481. Aniline salts,
Old law: Aniline salts, or black salts or black tares. 482. Any animal imported specially for breeding purposes shall be admitted free: Provided, That no such animal shall be admitted free unless pure bred of a recognized breed, and duly registered in the book of record established for that breed: And provided further, That certificate of such record and of the pedigree of such animal shall be produced and submitted to the customs officer, duly authenticated by the proper custodian of such book of record, together with the affidavit of the owner, agent, or importer that such animal is the identical animal described in said certificate of record and pedigree. The Secretary of the Treasury may prescribe such additional regulations as may be required for the strict enforcement of this provision.
old law: Animals specially imported for breeding purposes, shall
be admitted free upon proof thereof satisfactory to the Secretary of the Treasury, and under such regulations as he may prescribe; and teams of animals, including their harness and tackle and the vehicles or wagons actually owned by persons emigrating from foreign countries to the United States with their families, and in actual use for the purpose of such emigration, shall also be admitted free of duty, under such regu
lations as the Secretary of the Treasury may prescribe. 483. Animals brought into the United States temporarily for a period not exceeding six months, for the purpose of exhibition or competition for prizes offered by any agricultural or racing association; but a bond shall be given in accordance with regulations prescribed by the Secretary of the Treasury; also, teams of animals, including their harness and tackle and the wagons or other vehicles actually owned by persons emigrating from foreign countries to the United States with their families, and in actual use for the purpose of such emigration under such regulations as the Secretary of the Treasury may prescribe; and wild animals intended for exhibition in zoological collections for scientific and educational purposes, and not for sale or profit.
NOTE.-New matter in italics. 484. Annatto, roucou, rocoa, or orleans, and all extracts of. 485. Antimony ore, crude sulphite of. 486. Apatite. 487. Argal, or argol, or crude tartar. 488. Arrow root, raw or unmanufactured.
NOTE.-Words in italics represent new matter. 489. Arsenic and sulphide of, or orpiment. 490. Arseniate of aniline.
491. Art educational stops, composed of glass and metal and valued at not more than six cents per gross.
New provision. 492. Articles in a crude state used in dyeing or tanning not specially provided for in this act.
493. Articles the growth, produce, and manufacture of the United States, when returned after having been exported, without having been advanced in value or improved in condition by any process of manufacture or other means; casks, barrels, carboys, bags, and other vessels of American manufacture exported filled with American products, or exported empty and returned filled with foreign prod. ucts, including shooks when returned as barrels or boxes; also quicksilver flasks or bottles, of either domestic or foreign manufacture, which shall have been actually exported from the United States; but proof of the identity of such articles shall be made, under general regulations to be prescribed by the Secretary of the Treasury; and if any such articles are subject to internal tax at the time of exportation such tax shall be proved to have been paid before exportation and not refunded; Provided, That this paragraph shall not apply to any article upon which an allowance of drawback has been made, the re-importation of which is hereby prohibited except upon payment of duties equal to the drawbacks allowed; or to any article manufactured in bonded-warehouse and exported under any provision of law: And provided further, That when manufactured tobacco which has been exported without payment of internal-revenue tax shall be re-imported it shall be retained in the custody of the collector of customs until internal-revenue stamps in payment of the legal duties shall be placed thereon.
Old law: Barrels of American manufacture, exported filled with
domestic petroleum, and returned empty, under such regulalations as the Secretary of the Treasury may prescribe, and without requiring the filing of a declaration at time of export
of intent to return the same empty. Articles the growth, produce, and manufacture of the United
States, when returned in the same condition as exported. Casks, barrels, barboys, bags, and other vessels of American manufacture, exported filled with American products, or exported empty and returned filled with foreign products, including shooks when returned as barrels or boxes; but proof of the identity of such articles shall be made under the regulations to be prescribed by the Secretary of the Treasury; and if any such articles are subject to internal tax at the time of exportation, such tax shall be proved to have been paid before exportation and not refunded. [a. And provided further, That bags, other than of American manufacture, in which grain shall have been actually exported from the United States, may be returned empty to the United States, free of duty, under regulations to be prescribed by the Secretary of the Treas
ury. Sec. 7, act of February 8, 1875.] 494. Asbestos, unmanufactured.
Old law: Articles imported for the use of the United States, pro
vided that the price of the same did not include the duty. 495. Ashes, wood and lye of, and beet-root ashes. 496. Asphaltum and bitumen, crude. 497. Asafetida. 498. Balm of Gilead.
499. Barks, cinchona or other from which quinine may be extracted.
Old law: Barks, cinchona or other barks used in the manufacture
of quinine. 500, Baryta, carbonate of, or witherite. 501. Bauxite, or beauxite. 502. Beeswax.
Old law: Twenty per centum. 503. Bells, broken, and bell metal broken and fit only to be remanufactured,
504. Birds, stuffed, not suitable for millinery Ornaments, and bird skins, prepared for preservation, but not further advanced in manufacture.
NOTE.-Italics represent new matter. 505. Birds and land and water fowls. 506. B
auth. 507. Bladders, including fish-bladders or fish-sounds, crude, and all integuments of animals not specially provided for in this act.
508. Blood, dried. 509. Bologna sausages. 510. Bolting-cloths, especially for milling purposes, but not suitable for the manufacture of wearing apparel.
NOTE.— Italics represents new matter. 511. Bones, crude, or not burned, calcined, ground, steamed, or otherwise manufactured, and bone-dust or animal carbon, and bone ash, fit only for fertilizing purposes.
Old law: Bones, crude, not manufactured, burned, calcined, ground,
or steamed. Bone-dust and bone-ash for manufacture of phosphate and fer
tilizers. 512. Books, engravings, photographs, bound or unbound etchings, maps, and charts, which shall have been printed and bound or manufactured more than twenty years at the date of importation.
NOTE.-Italics represent new matter. 513. Books and pamphlets printed exclusively in languages other than English; also books and music, in raised print, used exclusively by the blind.
514. Books, engravings, photographs, etchings, bound or unbound, maps and charts imported by authority or for the use of the United States or for the use of the Library of Congress.
NOTE.-Italics indicate new matter. The following words are
omitted from new law: “But the duty shall not have been in
cluded in the contract of price paid.” 515. Books, maps, lithographic prints, and charts, specially imported, not more than two copies in any one invoice, in good faith, for the use of any society incorporated or established for educational, philosophical, literary, or religious purposes, or for the encouragement of the fine arts, or for the use or by order of any college, academy, school, or seminary of learning in the United States, subject to such regulations as the Secretary of the Treasury shall prescribe.
NOTE.—Italics represent new matter. 516. Books, or libraries, or parts of libraries, and other household effects of persons or families from foreign countries, if actually used abroad by them not less than one year, and not intended for any other person or persons, nor for sale.
517. Brazil paste.
518. Braids, plaits, laces, and similar manufactures, composed of straw, chip, grass, palm-leaf, willow, osier, or rattan, suitable for making or ornamenting hats, bonnets, and hoods.
Old law: Twenty per centum. 519. Brazilian pebble, unwrought or unmanufactured.
Old law: Brazilian pebbles for spectacles and pebbles for spectacles
rough, 520. Breccia, in block or slabs.
524. Cabinets of old coins and medals, and other collections of antiquities, but the term “antiquities” as used in this act shall include only such articles as are suitable for souvenirs or cabinet collections, and which shall have been produced at any period prior to the year seventeen hundred.
Old law: Cabinets of coins, medals, and all other collections of anti
quities. 525. Cadmium. 526. Calamine. 527. Camphor, crude. 528. Castor or castoreum.
529. Catgut, whip-gut, or worm-gut, unmanufactured, or not further manufactured than in strings or cords.
Old law: Catgut strings or gut cord for musical instruments; strings:
All strings of catgut or any other like material, other than strings for musical instruments, twenty-five per centum ad
valorem. 530. Cerium. 531. Chalk, unmanufactured.
Old law contains cliffstone. 532. Charcoal. 533 Chicory-root, raw, dried, or undried, but unground. 534 Civet, crude.
535 Clay—Common blue clay in casks suitable for the manufacture of crucibles.
New provision. 536. Coal, anthracite. 537. Coal' stores of American vessels ; but none shall be unloaded. 538. Coal-tar, crude. 539. Cobalt and cobalt-ore.
Old law: Cobalt, ore of; cobalt as metallic arsenic. 540 Cooculus indicus. 541. Cochineal. 542. Cocoa, or cacao, crude, and fiber, leaves, and shells of. 543. Coffee. 544. Coins, gold, silver, and copper. 545 Coir, and coir yarn.
546. Copper, old, taken from the bottom of American vessels compelled by marine disaster to repair in foreign ports. 547. Coral, marine, uncut, and unmanufactured.
NOTE.-Italics represent new matter. 548. Cork-wood, or cork-bark, unmanufactured. 549. Cotton, and cotton-waste or flocks.
NOTE.-Italics represent new matter. 550. Cryolite, or kryolith. 551. Cudbear. 552. Curling-stones, or quoits, and curling-stone handles. 553. Curry, and curry-powder. 554. Cutch. 555. Cuttle-fish bone. 556. Dandelion roots, raw, dried, or undried, but unground.
557. Diamonds and other precious stones, rough or uncut, including glaziers' and engravers diamonds not set, and diamond dust or bort, and jewels to be used in the manufacture of watches.
560. Drugs, such as barks, beans, berries, balsams, buds, bulbs, and bulbous roots, excrescences such as nut-galls, fruits, flowers, dried fibers, and dried insects, grains, gums, and gum-resin, herbs, leaves, lichens, mosses, nuts, roots, and stems, spices, vegetables, seeds aromatic, and seeds of morbid growth, weeds, and woods used expressly for dyeing; any of the foregoing which are not edible and are in a crude state, and not advanced in value or condition by refining or grinding, or by other process of manufacture, and not specially provided for in this act. 561. Eggs of birds, fish, and insects.
NOTE.-New matter in italics. 562. Emery ore. 563. Ergot. 564. Fans, common palm-leaf and palm leaf unmanufactured.
NOTE.--New matter in italics. 565. Farina.
566. Fashion-plates, engraved on steel or copper or on wood, colored or plain.
NOTE. -New matter in italices. 567. Feathers and downs for beds,
Old law: Bed feathers and ns. 568. Feldspar. 569. Felt, adhesive, for sheathing vessels. 570. Fibrin, in all forms.
571. Fish, the product of American fisheries and fresh or frozen fish (except salmon) caught in fresh waters by American vessels, or with nets or other devices owned by citizens of the United States.
Old law: Fish fresh, for immediate consumption. 572. Fish for bait. 573. Fish skins.
Also shark skins under old law. 574. Flint, flints, and ground flint stones.
575. Floor matting manufactured from round or split straw, including what is commonly known as Chinese matting.
Old law: Floor matting and floor mats exclusively of vegetable sub
stances, twenty per centum. 576. Fossils.
577. Fruit-plants, tropical and semi-tropical, for the purpose of propagation or cultivation. FRUITS AND NUTS578. Currants, Zante or other.
Old law: One cent per pound. 579. Dates.
Old law: One cent per pound. 580. Fruits, green, ripe, or dried, not specially provided for in
this act. 581. Tamarinds. 582. Cocoa nuts.