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Rates of duty under

Articles.

Unit

of value.

Adva

AdvaLaw of 1894.

Law of 1897. lorem.

lorem.

... lbs.

Iron and steel, and manufactures of-Continued.

Per ct.

Per ct.
Bar iron-
Rolled or hammered, comprising:-

Flats not less than 1 inch wide nor less
than 38 of 1 inch thick....

.lbs. .035 fo cent p. lb. 17.14 16 cent p. Ib. 17.14 Flats less than 1 inch wide or less than

98 of 1 inch thick; round iron less
than 4 of 1 inch thick and pot less
than 719 of 1 inch in diameter, and
square iron less than 34 of 1 inch
square.....

.lbs. .033 ...do...... 18.20 ......do...... 18.20
Round iron not less than 94 of 1 inch in
diameter, and square iron not less than
54 of 1 inch square.

.lbs .035 .do...... 17.13 ......do...... 17.13 Bars or shapes of rolled iron not specially

provided for, and round iron, in coils or
rods, less than 10 of 1 inch in diam-
eter

... lbs. .034 ix cent p. Ib. 23.94 14 cent p. lb. 23.94 Bars, blooms, billets, or sizes or shapes of

any kind, in the manufacture of which
charcoal is used as fuel..

.tons. 35.43 $12 per ton.. 33.87 $12 per ton.. | 33.87 All other slabs, blooms, loops, or other

forms less finished than iron in bars and
more advanced than pig (except cast-
ings)..

.023 io cent p. Ib. 21.75 Po cent p. Ib. 21.75 Beams, girders, joists, angles, channels, car.

truck channels, T T, columns and posts, or parts or sections of columns and posts, deck and bulb beams, and building forms, together with all other structural shapes, of iron or steel...

...lbs. .013 cent p. Ib. 45.44 ......do...... 37.86 Boiler or other plate iron or steel (except saw

plates), not thinner than No. 10 wire gauge,
sheared or unsheared, and skelp iron or steel,
sheared or rolled in grooves-
Valued at 1 cent per pound or less..

.023 1 cent p. lb. 21.92
Valued above 1 cent and not above 142 cents
per pound..

.lbs .012 io cent p. Ib. 51.70
Valued above 14 cents and not above 4 cents
per pound...

.. lbs. 024 30 per cent.. 30
Valued above 4 cents.

.lbs. .047 25 per cent.. 25 Boiler and other plate, iron or steel, except crucible plate steel and saw plates, etc.Valued at 1 cent per pound or less..

1 cent p. lb. 21.92 Valued above 1 cent and not above 2 cents per pound.....

012

it cent p. lb. 51.70 Vålued above 2 cents and not above 4 cents per pound..

023

1 cent per lb. 41.67 Valued above 4 cents per pound..

.017

25 per cent.. 25 Anchors, or parts thereof, mill irons and mill cranks, of wrought iron, and wrought iron for ships, and forgings of iron or steel, for vessels, steam engines, and locomotives, or parts thereof, weighing each 25 pounds or more...

lbs .042 120 cts. p. Ib. 28.08 142 cts. p. Ib. 35.10 Forgings of iron or steel, or forged iron and steel combined, not specially provided for

.lbs. .041 142 cts. p. Ib. 36.23 35 per cent.. 35 Do..

lbs .051 35 per cent.. 35 ...do...... 35 Antifriction ball forgings of iron or steel, or of combined iron and steel

45 per cent.. 45 Hoop, band, or scroll iron or steel, not otherwise provided for....

...lbs. .032 30 per cent.. 30 Hoop, hand, or scroll, or other iron or steel,

valued at 3 cents per pound or less, 8 inches
or less in width and less than 38 of 1 inch
thick-
Not thinner than No. 10 wire gauge.....Ibs.

Ho cent p. lb.
Thinner than No. 10 and not thinner than
No. 20 wire gauge...

lbs.

i cent p. lb. Thinner than No. 20 wire gauge..... lbs.

11 cent p. Ib.

Rates of duty under-
Unit
of
Adv&-

Advavalue. Law of 1894.

Law of 1897. lorem.

lorem.

Articles

(n. e.)

(n. e.)

Iron and steel, and manufactures of Continued.

Per ct.

Per ct. Hoop, band, or scroll iron or steel (excepting

tin plates, terne plaies, and taggers tin), galvanized or coated with zinc or spelter, or other metals, or any alloy of those metalsThinner than No. 10 and not thinner than No 20 wire gauge...

lbs.

16 cent p. Ib. 10% cent p. lb. Thinner than No. 25 wire gauge......... lbs. .0221,8% cts. p. Ib. 61.24 cent per lb. '45.36 Steel bands or strips, suitable for making band saws Untempered..

.lbs

3 cts. per lb.

and 20 p. ct. Tempered or tempered and polished.... lbs.

6 cts. per lb.

and 20 p. ct. Ties for baling cotton, cut to lengths, punched ur not punched, with or without buckles.. lbs. ,013 Free

i cent p. Ib. 38.12 Bars or rails for railwaysFlat rails, punchedIron or steel...

tong

$7.84 per ton.
T rails and other railway bars-
Iron..
tons.

...do.
Steel, or in part of steel.
.tons

..do...
Iron,

tons. 15.75 $7.84 per ton. 49.87 ..do. 49.87 Steel.

tons. 21.10 ..do... 37.15

.do....

37.15 Railway fish plates or splice bars, of iron or steel...

.lbs .012 25 per cent.. 25 io cent p. Ib. 33.46 Sheets of iron or steel, common or black, in. cluding iron or steel known as common or black taggers iron or steel, and skelp iron or steel valued at 3 cents per pound or less--Thinner than No. 10 and not thinner than No. 20 wire gauge....

lbs. .018 1o cent p. Ib. 38.18 io cent p. Ib. 38.18 Thinner than No. 20 and not thinner than No. 25 wire gauge....

.lbs. .02 io cent p. Ib. 39.88 io cent p. Ib. 39.88 Thinner than No. 25 wire gauge.. .. lbs .02 i to cts. p. Ib. Thinner than No. 25 wire gauge and not thinner than No. 32 wire gauge..

10 cts. p. lb. Thinner than No. 32 wire gauge... .. lbs

14 cts. p. Ib. Corrugated or crimped....

.lbs. .03611° cent p. Ib. 30.10 LI cts. p. lb. Sheets or plates of iron or steel (excepting what are commercially known as tin plates, terne plates, and taggers tin), galvanized or coated with zinc or spelter, or other metals, or any alloy of these metalsThinner than No. 10 and not thinner than No. 20 wire gauge..

.lbs. .17 100 cent p. lb. 5.53 18 cent p. Ib. 5 Thinner than No. 20 and not thinner than No. 25 wire gauge. lbs. .71 1160 cts. p. lb. 6.02 1 cent p. lb.

5.74 Thinner than No. 25 wire gauge.. .lbs. .031110 cts. p. Ib. 38.97 14 cts. p. Ib. 37.53 Sheets of iron or steel, common or black, in

cluding iron or steel known as common or
black taggers iron or steel, and skelp iron or
stoel, valued at 3 cents per pound or less, gal.
vanized, or coated with zinc or spelter or
other metals or alloy thereof -
Thinner than No. 20 and not thinner than
No. 25 wire gauge...

lbs. .071 1110 cts. p. lb. 14.67 18 cent p. Ib. 12.6 Thinner than No. 25 wire gauge. lbs. .029 114 cts. p. Ib. 46.65 11 cts. p. Ib. 44.92 Sheets and plates pickled or cleaned by acid,

or by any other material or process, and cold
rolled, smoothed, not polished-
Thinner than No. 10 and not thinner than
No 20 wire gauge..

..lbs .021 78 cent p. lb. 39.42 13 cent p. Ib. 45,39
Thinner than No. 20 and not thinner tban
No. 25 wire gauge..

lbs. .'17 28 cent p. lb. 54.71 1160 cts. p. lb 62.11 Thinner than No. 25 wire gauge.

lbs. .018 14 cts. p. lb. 66,31 178 cts. p. lb. 70.41 Sheet iron or sheet steel, polished, planished, or glanced....

llos

0.62 134 cts. p. lb. 28.35 2 cts. per lb. 32.41

..]bs.

10

98 100

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Iron and steel, and manufactures of-Continued.

Sheets and plates of iron or steel, not other

wise provided for (excepting what are com-
mercially known as tin plates, terne plates,
and taggers tin), pickled or cleaned by acid,
or by any other material or process, or cold
rolled, smoothed, not polished-
Thinner than No. 10 and not thinner than
No. 20 wire gauge.

.. lbs. Thinner than No. 20 and not thinner than No. 25 wire gauge...

.. lbs. Thinner than No. 25 wire gauge.... .lbs. Tin plates : Sheets or plates of iron or steel, or taggers iron, or stool coated with tin or lead, or with a mixture of which these metals are a component part, by the dipping or any other process, and commercially known as tin plates, terne plates, and taggers tin-Lighter than 63 pounds, per 100 square feet.

.lbs All other.

lbs. Steel ingots, cogged ingots, blooms, and slabs,

by whatever process made; die blocks or blanks; billets and bars and tapered or beveled bars; steamer, crank, and other shaft; shafting : wrist or crank pins; connecting rods and piston rods; pressed, sheared, or stamped shapes ; hammer molds or swaged steel; gun barrel molds, not in bars; alloys used as substitutes for steel tools; all descriptions and shapes of dry sand, loam, or iron molded steel castings; and steel in all forms and shapes not specially provided for

Valued at 1 cent per pound or less.......lbs. Valued at 1 cent and not above 1 x cents per pound...

Ibs Válued above 14 cents and not above 18

cents per pound.. Valued above 12 cents and not above 21% cents per pound..

..lbs. Valued above 2i cents and not above 3 cents per pound..

..lbs Valued above 3 cents and not above 4 cents per pound....

.. lbs. Valued above 4 cents and not above 7 cents per pound....

.Ibs. Valued above 7 cents and not above 10 cents per pound.....

... lbs. Vålued above 10 cents and not above 13 conts per pound..

.lbs. Valued above 13 cents and not above 16 cents per pound..

lbs. Valued above 16 cents per pound. .lbs. Sheets and plates and saw plates of steel, not specially provided forValued above 1 cent and not above 110 cents per pound...,

.lbs. Vålued above lit cents and not above 18

cents per pound.. Valued above 1% cents and not above 210 cents per pound.

lbs. Valued above 2 cents and not above 3 cents per pound...

..lbs. Valued above 3 cents and not above 4 cents per pound....

... lbs. Valued above 4 cents and not above 7 cents per pound....

lbs Valued above 7 cents and not above 10 cents per pound....

lbs. Valued above 10 cents and not above 13 cents per pound....

lbs.

.lbs.

.008 1 cent p. Ib. 32.75 i cent p. Ib. 32.75 .013 10 cent p. Ib. 30.51 io cent p. Ib. 30.51 .016 18 cent p. Ib. 36.70 cent p. Ib. 36.70 .02 io cent p. Ib. 35.09 io cent p. Ib. 35.09 .028ir cent p. Ib. 31.60 • cent p. Ib. 31.60 .032 1 * cts. p. Ib. 36.07 1,1% cts. p. Ib. 36.07 .0551,8 cts. p. Ib. 23.49 13% cts. p. Ib. 23.49 .091 11% cts. p. Ib. 20.83 2 cts. per lb. 21.93 .115 218 cts. p. lb. 20.90 210 cts. p. Ib. 20.90 .141 2,8 cts. p. lb. 19.83 26 cts. p. Ib. 19.83 .225 410 cts. p. Ib. 20.86 to cts. p. Ib. 20.86

.lbs

.011 io cent p. Ib. 35.77 10 cent p. Ib. 35.77 .014 1 cent p. Ib. 42.23 o cent p. Ib. 42.23

io cent p. lb. io cent p. Ib. .028 % cent p. lb. 32.03 ir cent p. Ib. 32.03 .036 140 cts. p. Ib. 32.93 118 cts. p. lb. 32.93 .061 13cts. p. lb. 21.08 114 cts. p. lb. 21.08

088 11% cts. p. Ib. 21.47 2 cents p. Ib. 22.61 12 1316 cts. p. 1b./ 20.40 (213 cts. p. 1b. 20.40

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Iron or steel or other wire not specially pro vided for in this act, including such as is commonly, known as hat wire, or honnet wire. crinoline wire, corset wire, needle wire, piano wire, clock wire, and watch wire, whether flat or otherwise, and corset clasps, corset steels and dress steels, and sheet steel in strips tibo of an inch thick or thinner, any of the foregoing, whether uncovered or covered with cotton, silk, metal, or other material, valued at more than 4 cents per pound.

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Iron and steel, and manufactures of-Continued. ron all iron or steel bars or rods of whatever

shape or section which are cold rolled, cold drawn, cold hammered, or polished in any way in addition to the ordinary process of hot rolling or hammering, 14 of 1 cent per pound in addition to the rates provided in this act on bats or rods of whatever section or shape which are hot rolled ; and on all strips, plates, or sheets of iron or steel of whatever shape, other than the polished, planished, or glanced sheet iron or sheet steel herein before provided for, which are cold rolled, cold hammered, blued, brightened. tempered, or polished by auy process to such perfected surface finish, or polish better than the grade of cold rolled, smooth only, hereinbefore provided for, there shall be paid 1 cent per pound in addition to the rates provided in this act upon plates, strips, or sheets of iron or steel of conimon or black finish; and on steel circular-saw plates there shall be paid y cent per pound in addition to the rate

provided in this act for steel saw plates. Anvils...

.lbs. Axles or parts thereof, axle bars, axle blanks,

forgings for axles, of iron or steel, without reference to the stage or state of manufac ture..

lbs. Hammers and sledges (blacksmiths'), track

tools, wedges, and crowbars, of iron or steel..

lbs. Bolts, with or without threads or nuts, or bolt

banks, and finished hinges or hinge blanks of iron or steel.....

.. lbs. Card clothingManufactured from tempered steel wire,

square foot.. Other.

........sq. ft. Castings

Cast-iron pipe of every description......lbs. Cast-iron vessels, plates, stove plates, andirons, sa dirons, tailor's irons, and hatter's irons, and castings of iron not specially provided for

lbs. Castings, malleable iron, not specially provided for....

lbs. Hollow ware, coated, glazed, or tinned,

pounds.. Chain or chains of all kinds, made of iron or steelNot less than 54 of 1 inch in diameter,

pounds... Less than 34 of 1 inch and not less than 38 of 1 inch in diameter.

Ibs. Less than 38 of 1 inch in diameter and not

less than of 1 inch in diameter, pounds. Less than 1 of 1 inch in diameter.......lbs But no chain or chains of any description

shall pay a lower rate of duty than 45

per centum ad valorem. Tubes, pipes, flues, or stays, boiler or other, of wrought iron or steel..

lbs. Lap-welded, butt-welded, seamed, or jointed

iron or steel boiler tubes, pipes, flues, or stays, not thinner than No. 16 wire

gauge... Welded cylindrical furnaces, made from plate

metal.. All other iron or steel tubes, finished or un finished..

.065 142 cts. p. Ib. 22.81 142 cts. p. lb. 22.81

.81 40 cts.p.sq.ft. 49.18 15 cts.p.sq.ft. 55.32 .82 20 cts.p.sq.ft. 24.41 20 cts.p.sq.ft. 24.41 .072 cent p. Ib. 8.94 id cent p. Ib. 5.55

.035 14 cent p. Ib. 27.63 io cent p. Ib. 27.63 .049 18 cent p. Ib. 18.51 1 cent p. Ib. 18,51 .08 2 cents p. Ib. 24.90 2 cents p. Ib. 24.90

088 30 per ct... 30

148 cts. p. lb.
138 cts. p. Ib.
178 cts. p. lb.
3 cents p. lb.

.175 25 per cent.. 25

2 cents p. lb.
24 cts. p. Ib.

135 per cent... 35

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