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CLASS VI.-Wools, bristles, horsehair, and their manu.

GROUP 1.-Raw:
Bristles, horsehair, and hair.

100 kilograms.
Wool, common, unclean (24)..
(24) NOTE.-Wool which, after being washed with sul.
phate of carbon, loses more than 10 per cent. of its
weight, will be considered as uncleau wool.
Wool, common, washed...

Wool, common, unclean, of other classes, and long

wool for worsteds (25).
(25) NOTE.-Wool more than 10 centimeters long shall
be considered as long wool.
Wool, common, clean
Wool, combed or carded, and waste from carding...
GROUP 2.-Spun (“hilados'');

Worsted, spun and twisted, crude, or with oil. Kilogram..
Same, cleaned or bleached

Worsted, dyed.

GROUP 3.-Woven:
Carpetinga, of pure wool, or mixed with other ma- 100 kilograms.

Feltings mixed with other materials.

Blanketings mixed with other materials (26)

(26) Note. - Blankets called "plaids, " or similar there-
to, which pay according to the class of tho textile of
which they may be composod, are not included in this
Hosiery ("cejidos de punto"), whether mixed or do

not with cotton or other vegetal fibers.
Cloths, and all other fabrics of the cloth line, of pure do

wool, flock wool, hair, or mixed with these

Duties which must be applied to nations having

treaties of commerce so long as the treaty

with France shall remain in force.
The same cloths, when they have all the warp of do

cotton or other vegetal fibers, and the astra

kans and plush of the same materials.
All the other textiles of pure wool, flock wool, hair, do

or mixtures of these materials.
Duty to be applied to nations having treaties of do

commerce so long as the treaty with France

shall remain in force.
The same textiles, when all the warp is of cotton or .do

of other vegetal fibers.
Fabrics of bristles or horsehair, whether mixed or .do
not with other vegetal fibers.

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GROUP 1.-Spun:
Silk, raw and spun but not twisted.

Silk, twisted.

do Silk, waste ("borra de seda''), combed or cariled ..lo Same, spun but not twisted.

.do Same, twisted.
GROCP 2.-- Woven:

Silk, plain or striped
Duty to be applied to nations having treaties of com.
merce so long as the treaty with France

shall remain in force. Velvets and plushes

do Duty to be applied to nations having treaties of com- .do

merce so long as the treaty with France

shall remain in force.
Velveteens (" tejidos de filogedo') and those of floss, .do

crude, or mixed with silk.
Duty to be applied to nations having treaty of com- .do

merce so long as the treaty with France
shall remain in forco.

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Class VII-Continued.
GROUP 2-Coutinued.
Tulles, laces, edgings of silk, or floss silk

Duty to be applied to nations having treaty of com:

merce so long as the treaty with France shall

remain in force. Silk textiles or tloss silk. Duty to be applied to nations having treaty of com:

merce while the treaty with France shall

remain in force.
Velvets and plushes of silk or floss silk with the

whole warp or weft of cotton or other vege.

tal tibers.
Other textiles of silk or floss silk with all the warp

or weft of cotton or other vegetal fiberg.
Textiles of silk or tloss silk with all the warp or weft do

of wool or hair.

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Class VIII.-- Paper and its applications.
GROUP 1.-Printing and writing paper:

l'aper, unsized and half sized, for printing... 100 kilograms.
Duty to be applied to nations having treaty of com- do

merce so long as the treaty with Belgium

shall remain in force.
Paper, unsigned, for writing, lithographing, or

Paper, cut, made by hand, and ruled

GROUP ?. - Printed paper, ongraved or photographed:
Books, bound or wbound, and others printed in .clo

Spanish (27) (28).
(27) NOTE. -The bindings of books shall be appraised
according to the item corresponding to their material.
When the books are bound in rustic, or with paste.
board wrappers, they shall pay as printed matter on
their total weight.

(28) NOTE.-The authors or editors of works printed
abroad in the Spanish lauguage are the only ones who,
through the payment of duties, may inport them into
Spain fifteen days after the publication in the Gazette,
by the ministry of Fomento, of a bibliography of said
works. This publication once made, anthorizes all
subsequent publications. Newspapers published abroad
in the Spanish language do not require permission to
introduce them into Spain.
Books and other publications in a foreign language.

(See Note 27.)
Engravings, inaps, and plans....

Kilogram .....
GROUP 3.- Decorating paper:

Paper, stamped with gold, silver, wool, or crystal 100 kilograms

Paper of other kinds..
GROUP 4.-Cardboard and various papers :

Paper, brown, ordinary, for packing, &c...
Paper, other paper, not expressly tarifled
Cardboard in sheets and boxes lined with ordinary

paper, and objects of cardboard, & c., not fin.

ished (29).
(29) NOTE.-- Boxes of pasteboard lined with paper
more or less ordinary, which serve for packing of hand.
kerchiefs, shirt bosoms, buttons, fabrics In pieces, and
other similar articles, will pay according to this item.
Said objects finished and cardboard boxes orna. Kilogram .....

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CLASS IX-Continuod.
GROUP 1-Continued:
Duty to be applied to nations with treaty so long as Cubic meter

the treaty with Austria-Hungary shall re

main in force.
Fino, for cabinet ware, in boarıls, planks, in logs, 100 kilograms.

or pieces.
Fine, serrated, or in planks..

Cooper'y ware, fitted or untittel
GROUP 2. -- Furniture, &c. (30):

(30) NOTE.--The inarblo slabs of furniture shall be
appraised by the second column of the tariil, provided
they are presented separate from the objects to which
they belong.
Wood :
Ordinary, manufactured into any kind of objects, do

turned or not turned, painted and rarnishell,
and the battens molded aud varnished or pre-
pared for gildling, and wooden curved furni.
ture, although they may be painted or var.

Fine, manufactured into furniture or other ob- .do

jects, turned, polished, carved, and var.
nishedl; those of ordinary wood julaid with
fine woods; thosc tapestried, except with

silk or leather textiles and corners gilt.
In the same objects gilt, edged with mother of

pearl or other fine materials and metal mold.

ings, and those tapestried with silk orleather.
GROUP 3.- Various:
Coal, wood, and other vegetable combustibles..... Ton of 1,000


100 kilograms.
Wooden loops, twigs, and railings...
Rushes, esparto, vegetable bair, soft rushes, twigs,
fine straw, palm and other analogous mate-

rials, manufactured.
The same materials, manufactured.

CLASS X.-Animals and their remnants employed in

GROUP 1.--Animals:
Horses (gelding) above the standard height ....

Other horses and mares.
Asses.. Cowg, bulls, and calves


Sheep and goats and animals not included.
GROUP 2.-Furriers' and leather-dealers' wares:
Skins and hidos, untanneil (31)...

100 kilograms.
(31) NOTE.-In accorilance with the provision of Ar.
ticle 25 of the law of budgets of 1878-'70, skins and hides
untanned coming direct from foreign countries not
European shall pay 3 pesetas less on each 100 kilos than
the duty assigned in this tariff.

Leather, enameled, and callskin, tanned, &c... Kilogram
Duty to be applied to nations so long as the treaty

with Belgiun and France are in force.
Leather, other, ineluding sole leather
Duty to be applied to nations with treaty so long as

treaty with France and Belgium are in force.
Belt leather for machinery...

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do Harness and belt ware (32)

Other articles of leather, or lined with same.
(32) NOTE. Saddles, bridles, reins, horse gear of all
classes, and traveling objects-such as bars, portman.
teaus, trunks, hat-borom, the other articles composed
of leather or skin-will be considered as articles of har.
ness and belt ware.
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GROUP 3.-Feathers:
Feathers for ornament in natural and manufactured Kilogram

Feathers--other feathers and those for dusting

GROUP 4.-Other animal remains (“despojos "):
Animal fats and greases

100 kilograms.
Guano and other manures Entrails
Other animal remains not enumerated and not manu-

Class XI.- Instruments, machinery, and apparatus em-

ployed in agriculture, industry, and traveling.
GROUP 1.-Instruments:
Pianos (33).

(33) NOTE.-Cases, including cords for pianos, shall
pay the duties of the article to which they may belong,
even when pot accompanied by the other pieces which
are necessary toconstítute the musical instrument prop.
erly so called.
Harmoniums and organg..
Watches :

Silver and other metals Clocks with weights and alarm clocks. Works for wall clocks or mantle piece clocks not fin.

ished, with or without case and chronome

ters (34).
(34) NOTE. -Cases, pedestals, dials, and other acces-
sories, shall pay duty as manufactured objects, accord-
ing to the article to which the material belongs. Ma.
chinery for wall or table clock (in “desbasto") and
pieces of brass for the same, shall pay according to item
No. 49. The pieces (in “desbaste") are distinguishable
by their being only roughly finished, by the want of eg.
capements, by the minute hands not being adjusted,
and by the last wheel being without cog In cases
whero watch machinery shall come in pedestals, &c.,
and the importer should not wish to separate them for
examination, one kilogram will be taken as the weight of
the machinery, including the dial, and the remainder
shall pay as indicated in the previous paragraphs.
GROUP 2.-- Apparatus and machines :
Weighing machines

100 kilograms.
Agricultural machines (35).
(35) NOTE.-The machines here referred to are those
employed by the field laborer or agriculturist for pre-
paring the land and gathering the fruits, and also those
used to cleau or improve the same withont essentially
varying its natural form. Landlords and tenants who
are enjoying the benefits of the law of 3d of June, 1868,
in the introduction of all classes of instruments
("aporos '') or agricultural machines, the duty on
which as assigned in the tariff is higher than that of
Article No. 277, shall pay the duties of the same article
(277), provided they shall justify by a certificate of the
mayor of the locality that the articles are destined to be
employed in establishments which enjoy the privilege
of the said law.
Motive machine
Duty to be applied to nations with treaty solong as .do

the treaty with Belgium sball remain in

Machines of copper and their alloys and their pieces

of the same metals (36).
(36) NOTE.- The machines and separate pieces of cop:
per and their alloys with parts of other materials shall
also pay duty as per this article, provided said metal
shall exceed them in weight.
Machines and separate pieces of material for in.

dustry (37).
(37) NOTE.-In order that the bags (“mangas") and
filters of wool omployed in manufacture may be assessed

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CLASS XI-Continued.
GROUP 2-Continued.
by tbis article, a certificate stating the industry or fac-
tory to which they are destined will be required. For
the classification of pieces of machinery the following
rules shall be taken into account:

1st. A separate piece of machinery is understood to be
any object not expressly included by name in any article
of the tariff, which by its form and by the conditions
in which it is presented for clearance in the custoins
(although it may not be entirely finished), is exclusively
destined to, and may only be applied to forining part of
a machine (in case it should arrive finishedl) should be
assessed according to one of the articles of machinery
of the tarift.
2d. The importer of a separate piece for machinery,
if he deem it expedient, may have the option, on pro-
cacing for clearance, to have it assessed according to
l'le article corresponding to the material of which said
iece is composed, instead of being assessed according
10 one of the articles of machinery.

3d. Pipes, bars, axles, screws, plates, sheets, boilers,
Lottoms, wire, and other articles expressly provided
for in the tarift, must always be assessed according to
the articles of the same in which they are limitedly
included, although they come destined for machinery.

4th. The implements, tools, and utensils employed in
arts and industries must not be considered as separate
pieces of machinery so far as the customs tariff is con.
cerned, and they must pay the duties of the articles corre-
sponding to the materials of which they are composed.
GROUP 3. ---Carriages:
Coaches and berling, 4 seats, &c,, new, used, or re- Each

Berlins of 2 seats, &c., omnibus of more than 15

seats, and diligences new, used, or repaired.
Carriages of 2 or 4 wheels, &c., regardless of the
number of seats, omnibusses up to 15 seats
and carriages not expressed in the previous

classes, new, used, or repaired.
Railway and tramway carriages, and the pieces of 100 kilograms.

wood finished for the same.
Other vehicles for railways, and pieces of wood

ished for the same.
Carts and hand carts
GROUP 4.---Navigation (38), (39) :

(38) NOTE.— The duties on navigation are fixed by the
law of June 25, 1880. Anchors, grapnels, cables, chains,
barometers, chronometers, binnacles, temporary or sta-
tionary telescopes, cooperage (piperia), rigging tackle,
cordage (jarcia), sails, masts, yards, booms, &c., neces.
sary for tho maneuvers and safety of the vessel, accord-
ing to her class, are comprised in the duties dawed in
articles No. 227 to 230; the spare stock of the last three
articles in proportion to the requirements of navigativn
will also be admitted free whatever other aluty. Car-
petings, glass, earthenware, lamps, and every kind of
etfects (enseres”), furniture, and other articles of con-
modity or luxury exclusively destined to cabin service,
to private use, and to the defense of the vessel, and in
quantities in proportion to the destination of the same,
will also be comprised in the duties named in the article
of the above-mentioned tariff. Wlieu the objects re-
ferred to in this note do not meet the requirement in-
dicated, they shall pay the duties fixed in the respective
articles of the tariff.
(39) NOTE.-Duties on steam vessels shall be levied on
the total number of tons which may result from meas.
arement, and no separate duty shall be levied on ma-
chinery wbich shall be considered as an integral part
of the vessel. As a basis for the assessment of ships
introduced from abroad, the copy of the certificate of
measurement (arqueo) may be used provisionally, which,
in accordance with article 28 of the regulation of the 2d
December, 1874, and the royal oriler of 12th January,
1876, has to be delivered to the collector of customs,
with the visé of the respective captain of the port.

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