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Tissues --Continued.

Of silk or waste silk mixed with other Kilogram

material in which silk or waste silk or
any kind or color exceeds 12 per cent.

and not over 50 per cent.
128 Tissues, ordinary, of waste silk called "stop. ....do

polini,"mixed or not mixed with other material. Galloons, ribbons, covers, knit-work, braids of silk, and silk wasto pay according to the

respective tissues. 129 Laces and tulles of silk: Upworked

.do Worked.... 130 Laces, galloons, and tulles of silk, or of silk do

waste, mixed with gold or silver, real or

false. 131 Buttons: Covered with silk

do
Covered with silk or silk waste, mixed do

with other material, to be considered
such it sutlicea to have the right side
covered with silk or silk waste. It
makes no exception if cotton, wool, or
other material is visible on the other

sitle.
132 Articles sewed. (See note No. 88)

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Common wool, upholsterapholstered....

Free....

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133 Charcoal

Ton

Free 134 Wood for fuel.

.do 135

Wood:
For ebonists, unsa wed

Quintal.

2. 00 For ebonists, sawell.

do

4.00

4.00 In boards or squares inlaid for floors. ..do

6.00 4. 00
Combioni, upland, wawed, split, or only square meter

1.00
hewed or squared with the ax.
In small boards for boxos, sieves, and Quintal .

1. 00

..do
the like, also in loops of any length.
136

Casks, new or old, with iron or wooden llectoliler (capac- 0. 20
hoops.

ity).
137 Furniture:
Of wood, common, curvell, not upholstered Quintal ..

20.00 7.50 Other common wood, not

do

20.00 13.00 ...do

40.00 Of wool for cbonists, veneered or inlaid, ...do

60.00 also mpholstered. 138 Oars and poles. 139 Roots for brushes

.do

...do 140 Cork wood: Unworked ..

..do

...do Worked

...do

15.00 141 Utensils and various works of common wood: Not polished or painted

..do

8.00

Free
Other kinde.

8. 00 8. 00 142 Wooden goods, including toys.

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55.00 40.00 143 Carts, common...

Each

22.00 144 Carriages, common road : Of two wlieels...

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33,00 33.00 Of four wheels and four springs..

..do

110,00 110.00 Of four wheels and more than four springs ..do

330.00 145 Ships, barks, and boats

Registered townse Free 146 Canes, reeds, and rushes.

Quintal

do 147 Basketwork and mats: Coarse

.do

5.50 By these are understood baskets, and the like, made of strips of wood, rushes, or reeds, coarsely worked, to carry materials and mer. chandise, or for country use; also mats for floors and things made of rushes to encaso goods, and mats made of canes as lath.

*Like the tissues of which they are composed, with 10 per cent. additional

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Free....

TARIFFS OF THE SEVERAL COUNTRIES.

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Duties on imports.

Duties on ex

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CATEGORY IX-Continued.
Basketwork and mats-Continued.
Fine articles

Quintal.
These comprise ladies' baskets, small mats,
and all similar objects of domestic use, mate
of reeds, rushes, roots, and branches, whole
or split, natural or dyed. All mats for tloors

are included, except those of rushes. 148 Braided :

Of straw
Of bark, &c., for tine hats

...do
Of bark, &c., for ordinary hats..

...do Of bark, &c., for ropes and other articles. 149 Ropes of esparto, linden, and the like

...do 150 Straw hats, except those trimmed for ladies.. ..do

CATEGORY X.-Paper and books. 151 Rags of all kinds

Quintal. 152 Paste (pulp) of wood, straw, and similar substances.

..do 153 | Paper: White, or tinted paste, of all qualities

.do Colored, gilt or painted, or tigured..

.do
Blotting paper and coarse paper for pack. .do

ing
By blotting paper is intended that known
in commerce by the name of blotting paper,
and not all kinds of paper without glue. By
packing paper is meant that of colored pulp,

rongh and coarse.
154 Geographical maps...

.do 155 Playing cards,

100 packs 156 Things printed, lithographs, and placards.... Quintal 157 Pasteboards:

These are made of several leaves, glued to-
gether, so that tearing them they can be sepa-
rated.
Common

do
By common is meant that which is made
by pressure and not by glue.
Fine.

.do
158 Printeel books:
Not bound, or simply stitched.

do Bound in paper covers..

...do
Bound in leather or parchment..

.do
Bound in any other way, in velvet, ivory,
&c., garnished with gold or silver

do
159 Books not printed (ledgers):
Not bound, or bound in paper

..do Bound in leather or parchinent.

...do Bound in any other way..

lo 160 Printed music..

do 161 Manuscripts

.do CATEGORY XI.-Skins or hides.

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Skins or hides:

Raw, fresh, or dried, not suitable for fur.. Quintal...
These are such as have not been in any
way tanned, but only dried, put in ashes, or
salted to keep from spoiling. Such bides put
in water become quickly good for tanning, and
when tanned and worked serve shoemakers,
saddlers, truuk-makers, glove-makers, and all
who use skins without hair.
Raw, fresh, or dried for fur.

2. 20

5. 00

5. 00

.do Raw skins for furshould be in the same con. dition as those indicated in the preceding pote. Such skins are tanned with the hair and are used by furriers. Tanned with hair, fine

.do Tanned with hair, common

..do

60.00
30.00

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Skins or hides-Continued.

Simply tavned without hair or taken Quintal ..

from the vat and not finished. Hides simply tanned and not tinished are those which have been only tanned, i. e., in vats more or less time with tapning matter, and which being taken out and dried are put in the market without having been worked by the several operations of tampers. Such hides are not dried, are shriveled, and show on the surface the tanning material, and are not pli. able and elastic like finished leather. Morocco leather of any color ..

.do Morocco leathers are skins of any animal prepared without oil or other greasy materials, and which have on the right side minute points formed by crossing of lines. Varnished leathers.

...do
Tanned without hair and finished, not ....do

named.
Tanned goat and lamb.
Cut tor legs and upper leather and strips

...do
for bats.
The refuse of hideg

..do
Muti's of fur:
Fine....

Per 100.
Common

.do
Furriers' articles, not named:
Made with fine fur

Quintal.
Made of common fur

do
Harness:
Common

.do Ornamented

.do Saddles

Per 100.
Saddlers' articles, not named.

Quintal
Gloves of any kind of leather; also, simply Per 100 pairs..

cut.
Boots and shoes:
Boots and shoes and buskins.

.do All other kinds. Valises ..

Each. Articles of tanned skins without hair, not Quintal

named.

20.00 (*)

Free

163 161

600.00
300.00

165

600.00
300.00

166

107 168 169

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CATEGORY XII.- Minerals, metals, and articles

made of them. 173 Metallic minerals: Of iron..

Ton..

Free
Of lead, even argentiferous

..do
Copper.

....do

..do
Zinc...
All other kinds.

Quintal.

do 174 Scoria produced by the fusion of minerals .do

.do and by the aflinity of metals and metallic

products. 175 Scraps, scales, and filings of iron, cast iron, or

..do

..do steel. All works of iron, cast iron, or steel, and all pieces thereof, new or old, are considered scraps, which can only be utilized by fusion. Projectiles of artillery and rusty cannon not serviceable are considered as scrapy without

the necessity of breaking them up. 176 Cast iron : In pig..

do Worked in rough castings

.do

Ton..

Quintal

4.00 Worked in smooth castings, turned,

5. 00 treated with other metal, enameled, varnished; also, with ornaments of other metals.

* Like the respective skins, with 10 per cent. additional.

4.00 5. 00

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CATEGORY XII.-Minerals, metals, and arti

cles made of them-Continued. 177 Raw, in pigs, and steel in ingots....

Quintal... Iron in pig is that which is not freed of dross and that can not be used without first being subjected to hammering and reduced

to real iron. 178

Iron and steel, not tempered :

In numbers 178 and 179 are comprehended iron and steel simply rolled or hammered. Any additional work after rolling and ham. mering causes iron to pass to the condition of second mannfacture, and steel to siere other. wise worked. Iron rolled or hammered for construction of wagons, bridges, machinery, and for buildings, when not perforated or otherwise worked, is classed under numbers 178 and 179. Iron at T or double T reenters under number 1782 when not worked in the same manner.

a. Rolled or hammered (laminato o bat- ..do

tuto) rods of more than 5 millimeters of

or diameter, and bars of all dimensions.
b. In rods (including wire) 5 millimeters -...do

less in diameter or of side.
The article b comprehends rectangular,
sqnare, hexagonal, octagonal, and the like
when they have a side of 5 willimeters or less.

c. In plates 4 millimeters thick and above. .do
d. In plates less than 4 millimeters thick, ...do

and also in pipes.
By plates are meant sheets and plates over
20 centimeters wide, and also of a less width,
if not 3 meters long. Sheets and plates 20
centimeters wide or less, 3 meters or more
in length, pay like iron and steel rolled or
hammered, or in rods or wire, lettered a, b,

of this number, according to thickness. 179 Iron and steel forged into axletrees, anchors,

an vily, or other coarse works. 180 Iron and steel in rails for railways.

Those are admitted as rails which are in sectious similar to those adopted by the pub.

lic railways.
181 Iron of second fabrication (works in iron):

Plain .
Fitted up with other metals.

..do 182

Tin plate (sheets of iron covered with tin,
zinc, or lead):
Not worked

do Worked, also fitted up with other metals. ....do 183 Steel:

Tempered, in bars, rods, plates, and steel ....do

wire.
In springs of all kinds.

..do
Otherwise wrought

...do 181 Knives for the arts and trades, and knives do

with common wooden bandles, not orna

mented.
185 Utensils and instruments for arts, trades,

and agriculture, of iron, steel, or iron and
steel ::

Sickles and small sickles....
Not named

..do
180 Copper, brass, and bronze:
In pigs, cakes, and scraps

..do In rods, sheets, and pipes..

..do
In wire of less than 5 millimeters of thick. ...do

ness.
Hanmered, in coarse work
In other work.

do
In rods or wire, gilt or galvanized.

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fibrous substance. Gilt or silvered, in other work

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120.00

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CATEGORY XII. - Minerals, male, and arri.

cles made of them-Contimmed.
187 Metallic tissues :
Of iron and steel

Quintal
Of brass and copper.

....do
188 Nickel and its alloys with copper and zinc:
In pigs, cakes, and scraps.

do In sheets, rods, and iron.

do In other work......

do 189 Lead and its alloys with antimony:

In pigs and cakes
Hammered in sheets or in pipes.

...do
In type.

do In other work; algo in balls and shot ..do 190 Pewter and its alloys with lead and antimony: In pigs, rods, and scraps..

.do Hammered in sheets of any kind

lo In all other work..

...do 191 | Zinc:

In pig or scrap.
Rolled or sheets.
In other work, without gilt
In other work, with gilt.

...lo 192 Antimony and arsenic in a metallic stato ....lo 193 Mercury

....do 194 Metals not named and alloys not named:

In raw state.
In all kinds of work..

..do
195 Guns :
Finished

Per 100
In pieces.

Quintal
196 Pistols and revolvers :
Finished

Per 100
In pieces.

Quintal
197 Sabers and swords:
Mounted

Per 100 198) Engines, steam:

With or without boilers, and hydraulic Quintal..

motion.
Locomotive (including tender) and for ....do

vessels with or without boilers.
Not nained, and detached parts of ma- ..do

chines.
199 Gasometers and their appurtenances..
200 Apparatus of copper and other metals to heat,

retine distill, &c. 201 Boilers, detached, of iron and steel plates, with

or without boilers, tubes, or heaters. 202 Carding apparatus.

..do
Cards are classed among machines not
named. Cards and their furniture are taxed
separately with their respective duty, though

presented together in the custom-house.
203 Wagons for railware:
For baggage and merchandise.

do For passengers......

....do
204 Gold:
Crude, in bars, in dust, in scraps

Kilogram
Rolled in sheets, in tinsel, and drawn ....do

through a wire plate.
Wound on silk...
Hammered in leaves (withont deducting do

weight of paper).
Money of..

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Free ....

Silver:

Crude, in rods, dust, or scrap..
Rolled in sheets, tinsel, or drawn through

wire plate.
Wound on silk
Hanımered in leaves
Money of...

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