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wholly or in part of iron, steel, lead, copper, nickel, pewter, zinc, gold, silver, platinum, aluminum or other metal, and whether partly or wholly manufactured, forty-five per centum ad valorem.

SCHEDULE D.-WOOD AND MANUFACTURES OF.

194. Timber hewn, sided, or squared (not less than eight inches square), and round timber used for spars or in building wharves, one cent per

cubic foot. 195. Sawed boards, planks, deals, and other lumber of whitewood, sycamore, and basswood, one dollar per thousand feet board measure; sawed lumber, not specially provided for in this Act, two dollars per thousand feet board measure; but when lumber of any sort is planed or finished, in addition to the rates herein provided, there shall be levied and paid for each side so planed or finished fifty cents per thousand feet board measure; and if planed on one side and tongued and grooved, one dollar per thousand feet board measure; and if planed on two sides and tongued and grooved, one dollar and fifty cents per thousand feet board measure; and in estimating board measure under this schedule no deduction shall be made on board measure on account of planing, tongueing and grooving: Provided, That if any country or dependency shall impose an export duty upon saw logs, round unmanufactured timber, stave bolts, shingle bolts, or heading bolts, exported to the United States, or a discriminating charge upon boom sticks, or chains used by American citizens in towing logs, the amount of such export duty, tax, or other charge, as the case may be, shall be added as an additional duty to the duties imposed upon the articles mentioned in this paragraph when imported from such country or dependency.

196. Paving posts, railroad ties, and telephone, trolley, electric-light and telegraph poles of cedar or other woods, twenty per centum ad valorem.

197. Kindling wood in bundles not exceeding one-quarter of a cubic foot each, three-tenths of one cent per bundle; if in larger bundles, three-tenths of one cent for each additional quarter of a cubic foot or fractional part thereof.

198. Sawed boards, planks, deals, and all forms of sawed cedar, lignum-vitae, lancewood, ebony, box, granadilla, mahogany, rosewood, satinwood, and all other cabinet woods not further manufactured than sawed, fifteen per centum ad valorem; veneers of wood, and wood, unmanufactured, not specially provided for in this Act, twenty per centum ad valorem.

199. Clapboards, one dollar and fifty cents per thousand.

200. Hubs for wheels, posts, heading bolts, stave bolts, last-blocks, wagon-blocks, oar-blocks, heading blocks, and all like blocks or sticks, rough-hewn, sawed or bored, twenty per centum ad valorem; fence posts, ten per centum ad valorem.

201. Laths, twenty-five cents per one thousand pieces.

202. Pickets, palings and staves of wood, of all kinds, ten per centum ad valorem.

203. Shingles, thirty cents per thousand.

204. Casks, barrels, and hogsheads, (empty), sugar-box shooks, and packing-boxes (empty), and packing-box shooks, of wood, not specially provided for in this Act, thirty per centum ad valorem.

205. Boxes, barrels, or other articles containing oranges, lemons, limes, grape fruit, shaddocks or pomelos, thirty per centum ad valorem: Provided, That the thin wood, so called, comprising the sides, tops and bottoms of orange and lemon boxes of the growth and manufacture of the United States, exported as orange and lemon box shooks, may be reimported in completed form, filled with oranges and lemons, by the payment of duty at one-half the rate imposed on similar boxes of entirely foreign growth and manufacture.

206. Chair cane or reeds, wrought or manufactured from rattans or reeds, ten per centum ad valorem; osier or willow prepared for basket makers' use, twenty per centum ad valorem; manufactures of osier or willow, forty per centum ad valorem.

207. Toothpicks of wood or other vegetable substance, two cents per one thousand and fifteen per centum ad valorem; butchers' and packers’ skewers of wood, forty cents per thousand.

208. House or cabinet furniture, of wood, wholly or partly finished, and manufactures of wood, or of which wood is the component material of chief value, not specially provided for in this Act, thirty-five per centum ad valorem.

SCHEDULE E.-SUGAR, MOLASSES, AND MANUFACTURES OF. 209. Sugars not above number sixteen Dutch standard in color, tank bottoms, sirups of cane juice, melada, concentrated melada, concrete and concentrated molasses, testing by the polariscope not above seventyfive degrees, ninety-five one-hundredths of one cent per pound, and for every additional degree shown by the polariscopic test, thirty-five onethousandths of one cent per pound additional, and fractions of a degree in proportion; and on sugar above number sixteen Dutch standard in color, and on all sugar which has gone through a process of refining, one cent and ninety-five one-hundredths of one cent per pound; molasses testing above forty degrees, and not above fifty-six degrees, three cents per gallon; testing fifty-six degrees and above, six cents per gallon; sugar drainings and sugar sweepings shall be subject to duty as molasses or sugar, as the case may be, according to polariscopic test: Pro. vided, That nothing herein contained shall be so construed as to abrogate or in any manner impair or affect the provisions of the treaty of commercial reciprocity concluded between the United States and the King of the Hawaiian Islands on the thirtieth day of January, eighteen hundred and seventy-five, or the provisions of any Act of Congress heretofore passed for the execution of the same.

210. Maple sugar and maple sirup, four cents per pound; glucose or grape sugar, one and one-half cents per pound; sugar cane in its natural state, or unmanufactured, twenty per centum ad valorem.

211. Saccharine, one dollar aņd fifty cents per pound and ten per centum ad valorem.

212. Sugar candy and all confectionery not specially provided for in this Act, valued at fifteen cents per pound or less, and on sugars after being refined, when tinctured, colored or in any way adulterated, four cents per pound and fifteen per centum ad valorem; valued at more than fifteen cents per pound, fifty per centum ad valorem. The weight and the value of the immediate coverings, other than the outer packing case or other covering, shall be included in the dutiable weight and the value of the merchandise.

SCHEDULE F.-TOBACCO AND MANUFACTURES OF.

213. Wrapper tobacco, and filler tobacco when mixed or packed with more than fifteen per centum of wrapper tobacco, and all leaf tobacco the product of two or more countries or dependencies wheh mixed or packed together, if unstemmed, one dollar and eighty-five cents per pound; if stemmed, two dollars and fifty cents per pound; filler tobacco not specially provided for in this Act, if unstemmed, thirty-five cents per pound; if stemmed, fifty cents per pound.

214. The term wrapper tobacco as used in this Act means that quality of lea bacco which is suitable for cigar wrappers, and the term filler tobacco means all other leaf tobacco. Collectors of customs shall not permit entry to be made, except under regulations to be prescribed by the Secretary of the Treasury, of any leaf tobacco, unless the invoices of the same shall specify in detail the character of such tobacco, whether wrapper or filler, its origin and quality. In the examination for classification of any imported leaf tobacco, at least one bale, box, or package in every ten, and at least one in every invoice, shall be examined by the appraiser or person authorized by law to make such examination, and at least ten hands shall be examined in each examined bale, box, or package.

215. All other tobacco, manufactured or unmanufactured, not specially provided for in this Act, fifty-five cents per pound.

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

217. Cigars, cigarettes, 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.

SCHEDULE G.–AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTS AND PROVISIONS.

ANIMALS, LIVE: 218. Cattle, if less than one year old, two dollars per head; all other

cattle if valued at not more than fourteen dollars per head, three dollars and seventy-five cents per head; if valued at more than fourteen dollars per head, twenty-seven and one

half per centum ad valorem. 219. Swine, one dollar and fifty cents per head. 220. Horses and mules, valued at one hundred and fifty dollars or

less per head, thirty dollars per head; if valued at over one

hundred and fifty dollars, twenty-five per centum ad valorem. 221. Sheep, one year old or over, one dollar and fifty cents per head;

less than one year old, seventy-five cents per head. 222. All other live animals, not specially provided for in this Act,

twenty per centum ad valorem. BREADSTUFFS AND FARINACEOUS SUBSTANCES:

223. Barley, thirty cents per bushel of forty-eight pounds. 224. Barley-malt, forty-five cents per bushel of thirty-four pounds. 225. Barley, pearled, patent, or hulled, two cents per pound. 226. Buckwheat, fifteen cents per bushel of forty-eight pounds. 227. Corn or maize, fifteen cents per bushel of fifty-six pounds. 228. Corn meal, twenty cents per bushel of forty-eight pounds. 229. Macaroni, vermicelli, and all similar preparations, one and one

half cents per pound. 230. Oats, fifteen cents per bushel. 231. Oatmeal and rolled oats, one cent per pound; oat hulls, ten cents

per hundred pounds.

232. Rice, cleaned, two cents per pound; uncleaned rice, or rice free

of the outer hull and still having the inner cuticle on, one and one-fourth cents per pound; rice flour, and 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; paddy, or rice having the outer hull on, three-fourths of one

cent per pound. 233. Rye, ten cents per bushel; rye flour, one-half of one cent per

pound. 234. Wheat, twenty-five cents per bushel.

235. Wheat flour, twenty-five per centum ad valorem. DAIRY PRODUCTS:

236. Butter, and substitutes therefor, six cents per pound. 237. Cheese, and substitutes therefor, six cents per pound. 238. Milk, fresh, two cents per gallon. 239. Milk, preserved or condensed, or sterilized by heating or other

processes, including weight of immediate coverings, two cents

per pound; sugar of milk, five cents per pound. FARM AND FIELD PRODUCTS:

240. Beans, forty-five cents per bushel of sixty pounds. 241. Beans, pease, and mushrooms, prepared or preserved, in tins,

jars, bottles, or similar packages, two and one-half cents per pound, including the weight of all tins, jars, and other immediate coverings; allvegetables, prepared or preserved, including pickles and sauces of all kinds, not specially provided for in

this Act, and fish paste or sauce, forty per centum ad valorem. 242. Cabbages, three cents each. 243. Cider, five cents per gallon. 244. Eggs, not specially provided for in this Act, five cents per dozen. 245. Eggs, yolk of, twenty-five per centum ad valorem; albumen,

egg or blood, three cents per pound; dried blood, when soluble,

one and one-half cents per pound. 246. Hay, four dollars per ton. 247. Honey, twenty cents per gallon. 248. Hops, twelve cents per pound; hop extract and lupulin, fifty

per centum ad valorem. 249. Onions, forty cents per bushel; garlic, one cent per pound. 250. Pease, green, in bulk or in barrels, sacks, or similar packages,

and seed pease, forty cents per bushel of sixty pounds; pease, dried, not specially provided for, thirty cents per bushel; split pease, forty cents per bushel of sixty pounds; pease in car

tons, papers, or other small packages, one cent per pound. 251. Orchids, palms, dracænas, crotons and azaleas, tulips, hya

cinths, narcissi, jonquils, lilies, lilies of the valley, and all other bulbs, bulbous roots, or corms, which are cultivated for their flowers, and natural flowers of all kinds, preserved or fresh, suitable for decorative purposes, twenty-five per centum

ad valorem. 252. Stocks, cuttings or seedlings of Myrobolan plum, Mahaleb or

Mazzard cherry, three years old or less, fifty cents per thousand plants and fifteen per centum ad valorem; stocks, cuttings or seedlings of pear, apple, quince and the St. Julien plum, three years old or less, and evergreen seedlings, one dollar per thousand plants and fifteen per centum ad valorem; rose plants, budded, grafted, or grown on their own roots, two and one-half cents each; stocks, cuttings and seedlings of all fruit and ornamental trees, deciduous and evergreen, shrubs and vines, manetti, multiflora, and brier rose, and all trees, shrubs, plants and vines, commonly known as nursery or greenhouse stock, not specially provided for in this Act,

twenty-five per centum ad valorem. 253. Potatoes, twenty-five cents per bushel of sixty pounds. 254. Seeds: Castor beans or seeds, twenty-five cents per bushel of

fifty pounds; flaxseed or linseed and other oil seeds not specially provided for in this Act, twenty-five cents per bushel of fifty-six pounds; poppy seed, fifteen cents per bushel; but no drawback shall be allowed upon oil cake made from imported seed, nor shall any allowance be made for dirt or other impurities in any seed; seeds of all kinds not specially provided

for in this Act, thirty per centum ad valorem. 255. Straw, one dollar and fifty cents per ton. 256. Teazles, thirty per centum ad valorem. 257. Vegetables in their natural state, not specially provided for in

this Act, twenty-five per centum ad valorem. FISH: 258. Fish known or labeled as anchovies, sardines, sprats, brislings,

sardels, or sardellen, packed in oil or otherwise, in bottles, jars, tin boxes or cans, shall be dutiable as follows: When in packages containing seven and one-half cubic inches or less, one and one-half cents per bottle, jar, box or can; containing more than seven and one-half and not more than twenty-one cubic inches, two and one-half cents per bottle, jar, box or can; containing more than twenty-one and not more than thirty-three cubic inches, five cents per bottle, jar, box or can; containing more than thirty-three and not more than seventy cubic inches, ten cents per bottle, jar, box or can; if in other packages, forty per centum ad valorem. All other fish, (except shellfish), in tin packages, thirty per centum ad valorem; fish in packages containing less than one-half barrel, and not spe

cially provided for in this Act, thirty per centum ad valorem. 259. Fresh-water fish not specially provided for in this Act, one-fourth

of one cent per pound. 260. Herrings, pickled or salted, one-half of one cent per pound;

herrings, fresh, one-fourth of one cent per pound. 261. Fish, fresh, smoked, dried, salted, pickled, frozen, packed in ice

or otherwise prepared for preservation, not specially provided for in this Act, three-fourths of one cent per pound; fish,skinned or boned, one and one-fourth cents per pound; mackerel, hali

but or salmon, fresh, pickled or salted, one cent per pound. FRUITS AND NUTS: 262. Apples, peaches, quinces, cherries, plums, and pears, green or

ripe, twenty-five cents per bushel; apples, peaches, pears, and other edible fruits, including berries, when dried, desiccated, evaporated or prepared in any manner, not specially provided for in this Act, two cents per pound; berries, edible, in their natural condition, one cent per quart; cranberries, twenty-five

per centum ad valorem. 263. Comfits, sweetmeats, and fruits preserved in sugar, molasses,

spirits, or in their own juices, not specially provided for in this

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