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Florins. 167. Sewing silk, button-hole silk, and the like, made white or colored ; thread of all kinds prepared for retail trade
50.00 NOTE.-Soft-carded yarn, raw, containing one thread of unreeled silk,
will be treated like woolen yarn under No. 154 a.
Silk goods: 168. Blond lace, lace (lace bandkerchiefs), silk goods, embroidered, or in connection with metallic threads.
400.00 169. Goods entirely made of silk, or floss silk
400.00 170. Half silk goods, i. e., all goods not enumerated under No. 168, containing other spinning materials aside from silk or floss silk
200.00 NOTE.-(1). Very coarse textures of raw-silk waste, having the appear
ance of gray packing cauvas, and intended for pressing
textures made from such yarn. XXVI.—Clothing, linen, and articles of dress, exclusive of such goods made of paper,
leather, gutta-percha, and wax cloth. 171. Artificial flowers, finished, wholly or partly of woven or worsted goods;
ornamental feathers, prepared, and fabrics made therefrom.. 170.00 172. Parts of artificial flowers....
70.00 Hats and caps : 173. Gentlemen's hats of silk and stuffs of all kinds; also trimmed.
130.00 174. Gentlemen's bats of felt; also trimmed
90.00 Note.-Felt prepared in hat form
50.00 175. Hats not otherwise provided for..
per piece a. Not trimmed
0. 20 b. Trimmed..
0.40 c. Ornamented.
0.50 Note.- Trimmed means only furnished with lining, braiding, and
hat band. 176. Clothing, linen, dress goods not otherwise provided for, pay an addi
tional duty of 40 per cent., according to the material which
forms the principal component part.
part of which they are composed must be stated.
treated according to No. 176.
XXVII.— Brush and sieve-makers' goods. 177. Common brushes and brooms made of bristles, rice straw, piassava, and
other animal or vegetable stuff's; also mounted with wood or
iron, not colored, without polish or varnish 178. Wooden sieves, tinished, with bottoms of wicker-work or iron wire,
under No. 261 a; wooden-sieve bottoms....
and borse brushes in connection with woven or worsted stutis,
XXVIII. --Straw and bast goods, also goods made of rushes, cocoanut fiber, gra88, reed,
chips, cane, roots, &c. 180. Chair cane: a. Raw, split.
0.50 b. Stained, colored, varnished
5.00 181. Carpets and mats (carriage rays, &c.): a. Not colored ..
3. 00 b. Colored
5.00 182. Coarse goods for domestic use (i. e., baskets, dishes, plates, & c.), also in connection with wood...
5.00 183. Braids, also rugs, not otherwise provided for, also in connection with
other materials if not coming under No. 181, or under Iudia-
184. Braids, finest, i.e., textures with silk or other spon yarn, with horse-hair
or metallic threads drawn through or woven in, also in connec-
5. 00 5. 00
XXIX.-Paper and paper goods. 185. Paper material, bleached or unbleached :
a. Of rags (half material)
b. Of wood, straw, esparto, and similar fibers... 186. Gray blotting paper, coarse packing paper uncolored, common paste
board, tar and stone pasteboard 187. Wrapping paper, glazed or colored, varnished or tarred 188. Glazed cardboard, gloss and leather pasteboard, slate paper and tablets
from the same (inconnected with other material), pumice stone,
glass, sand and emery paper, pumice slone and emery cloth... 189. Paper, unsized, ordinary (coarse gray, half white and colored); all print
ing papers not sized..
billheads, &c., drawing paper, albumen paper, gelatine paper,
imitation, also bronzed), pressed or perforated paper, stripes of
with linen (also cotton anil lineri), wall paper
a. Neither painted nor varnished, also in connection with wood or
No. 195 or under India-rubber, leather, metal, or fancy goods. 191. Paper goods, i. l., articles of paper or carıboard, paper pulp or ligneous
fiber; also in connection with other materials, if not coming
goods, hat-linings of paper, also covered with textures..
ent colors (chromo-lithographis), toys, paper liner, book bind-
fancy goods with a higher tariff
tions in force, and must be declared according to number and
XXX.-India-rubber and gutta-percha and articles made therefrom. 197. India-rubber and gutta percha, raw and prepared.... 198. India-rubber melteil, India-rubber threads not spun over.. 199. India-rubber hardened, in sheets, tubes, and bars, also polished, but
without further manufacture... 200. Hose and beltings of all kinds of or with India-rubber, also with layers
of tissue or of wire.... 201. Shoes, also in comection with woven or worsted goods and other mate
rials, unless coming under leather or fancy goods, with a higher
taritt 202. Children's toys.. 203. Articles of soft India-rubber, except those enumerated under 200, 201, and
of layers of India-rubber..
dia-rubber printing cloth for cotton mills by special permit,
according to regulations and control to be made public 205. Clothing and other articles made from tissues enumerated under No.
204.. 206. Elastic textures, knit goods, trimmings and articles made therefrom
Shoe-lastings with India-rubber threads glued on
50.00 70.00 45.00 Florins.
10.00 20.00 26.00
207. Goods made of hardened India-rubber, the goods enumerated under 202,
203, 205, 206, and 207; also in connection with other materials,
XXXI.-Wax cloth and wax silk. 208. Wax cloth, coarse, i. e., wax cloth for packing, not printed; asphalt
linen 209. Carriage covers of coarse textures, covered with or dipped in oil, tar,
or compositions of oil 210. Thick floor coverings of wax cloth, linoleum, camptulikon, and similar
compositions... 211. Wax cloth not otherwise provided for, also wax muslin 212. Wax silk.....
XXXII.-Leather and leather goods. 213. Leather, ordinary, i. e., not enumerated under Nos. 214 and 215, also cut;
blackened, neat and horse leather, also grained, in entire or in
half skins. NOTE.-Sheep and goatskins, tanned (neither white nor chamois dressed),
also split, not colored
enumerated under No. 213; glove leather, cordovan, morocco,
leather, also leather with pressed designs; parchment....
nor chamois dressed), also of blackened or grained neat and
coarse raw-linen textures, also girths..
ment, or of fine leather enumerated under No. 215, of wax cloth
bleached, colored; also of carpet tissues..
rials, provided they do not come under India-rubber, metal, or
fancy goods with higher tariff. 218. Shoes of all kinds, of or with leather; also in connection with woven or
worsted goods and other materials, if not coming under fancy
goods... 219. Gloves of leather (even if only cut out or in connection with woven or worsted goods).
XXXIII.— Furriers' goods. 220. Furs, tanned on one side, not made up:
a. Of common skins
b. Of fine skins.. 221. Furs made up:
a. Of commion skins
or trimmed with fine fur, will be treated like tine fur goods
XXXIV.- Wood and bone ware.
222. Ordinary wooden ware, i. e., coarse, rough coopers', turners', and joiners'
materialof unstained wood, also plain wooden ware and wagon-
&c.); birch brooms; agricultural, garden, and kitchen tools:
connection with other materials...
1.00 15.00 8.00
3. 00 15.00 20.00
b. Raw, but with mountings or otherwise, connected with iron or
other base metals
combinations mentioned under No. 223c..
Nos. 222, 224, and 225):
with bast, reeds, cane, straw, and wicker work, base metals,
glass, stone slabs, or common leather.. 0. Furniture, cushioned, without cover.
d. Furniture, cushioned, with cover..
gilt or silvered wooden ware, or finely painted. All wooden
table carving material
wicker work.. 226. Veneers, not inlaid, parquetry and parts of the same:
b. Stained, colored, polished. 227. Veneers, inlaid 228. Cork:
a. Sheets, slices, squares.
b. Stoppers, soles, and other articles of cork 229. Wooden toys:
4. Coarse, simply planed, carved or turned, raw
b. Other... 230. Boneware:
a. Whalebone, split....
connection with other materials, if not coming under India-
1.50 3.00 12.00
XXXV.-Glass and glassware.
231. Glass mass, enamel and glazing mass, ground glass (glass dust).....
gross.. 233. Hollow glass in its natural color,or white (transparent), only with ground or polished stoppers, bottoms, and edges...
gross.. 234. Hollow glass, white (transparent) cut, figured, pressed, fluted, etched;
solid white glass not otherwise provided for Plate-glass : 235. Glass, for mirrors, raw, uncut; cast plates, rough, flutel, also tiles... 236. Window-glass, in its natural color (green, half or entirely white), neither cut nor figured..
gross.. 237. Plate-glass of all kinds, cut, figured, dimmed, or overlaid; framed look
ing-glasses 238. Optical glass, i. e., flint, crown, zinc, and borax glass, rough, not ground
for lenses, in pieces and tablets, or pressed into the form of
lenses, also partly ground. 239. Crystals for watches, glasses for spectacles, and other optical glasses ad
justed or ground 240. Glass tubes, rods, and pipes, without regard to color (such as used for the
manufacture of beads, artistic blowing, and the manufacture
of buttons) 241. Glass pendants, solid, for chandeliers, glass beads, glass buttons, glass
enamel, glass drops, glass spinnings, also colored. 242. Glass, colored (except the articles enumerated under Nos. 240 and 241),
painted, gilt, silvered; glass paste imitation gems without set
with other materials, if not coming under India-rubber, leather,
XXXVI. - Stoneware, i. e., work in stones and unburnt clay, cement and stone composi
244. Stone cutters' work (such as door and window frames, pillars and parts
of pillars, gutters, pipes, troughs, &c., uncut, except those of
and goods made therefrom (not polished); slabs and plates cut,
their natural stato prepared for retail trade..
also in connection with wood and iron, without varnish or
inkstands, and similar fancy objects), statues, busts, figures of
and imitation), prepared, i.e., ground, cut, or otherwise worked
fire-proof clay, or common stoneware)
black graphite pottery.
without varnish or polish
a. Of one color, or white...
b. Of two or more colors, edged, painted, printed, gilt, silvered.... 255. Porcelain :
b. Colored, edged, painted, printed, gilt, silvered
rubber, leather, metal, or fancy goods with a higher tariff...
Free. 0.50 0.50
5. 00 8. 00
XXXVIII.-Iron and hardware.
257. Raw iron; iron and steel, old, broken, and in scraps for melting and
dries using old and scrap iron may be permitted, with the con-
of the maximum quantity.
(2).- Iron filings and hammer scales..
a. Not shaped
b. Shaped ..
a. Of the thickness of 1 millimeter and more.
sheet-iron and plates polished...
Free. 1. 60
2. 75 3.50 2. 75