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CUSTOMS TARIFFS OF FRANCE-Continued.
Comparative statement of the old, the conventional, and the new tariff of France, 80.- Continued.

(Duties in francs and centimes.)

WOOD. 118 Wood, building, sawed:

80 millimeters or less in thickness More than 80 millimeters in thickness

Free

Free.

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Masta, spars, blooks, gafls, handles of forks, and of tar brushes.
Oars, not finished

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..do 2.50..

.do Oars, finished.

6. 24.

.do 120 Staves

0.12, per 1,000.

..do
122 Hoop-wood

.do
121 Split-wood.

.do

0.10.
148 Hops

56. 14..

12. 50..
MARBLES, STONES, EARTHS, AND COMBUSTIBLE MINERAL SUBSTANCES.
158 Marble:
White statuary, rough, squared, or sawed only

1.04 and 1.56.

Free
Other, rough or squared

1.04.

do
Other, of 16 centimeters or above in thickness, sawed

1.04.

do
Other, sawed, of less than 16 centimeters in thickness.

1.56.

i. 50.
158 Marble, sculptured, polished, or otherwise worked:
Sculptured, modern statuary....

49.92.

Free
Sculptured clocks, cups, inkstands.

49.92.

1. 50
Sculptured playing marbles .........

18.72.

18.72.
Sculptured, other.

49.92

1.50
163 Rock crystal, worked.

Prohibited..

Free
164 Stones, worked, including slate-stones and stones for building:
Cut or sawed

18. 72 per cont. ad valorem

..do
Sculptured or polished :
Lithographic stones with drawings, engravings, or writing.. .do

do
Modern statuary

do

.do
Playing marbles.

12. 48

12. 48. Other.

18.72 per cent. ad valorem 0.50.
Slates, framed or not framed, used especially for writing or for drawing. 10.40 per 100 slates

3.75 or 5 per cent. ad valorem
167 Slates for building:
Rough.

Free
Flag or table..

10.40

.do 167 | Slates for roofing

4.16 per 1,000 slates... 4.00 per 1,000 slates. 168 Bricks and tiles for paving and roofing.

4. 99, 12. 48, and 31. 20 per Free

thousand.
METALS.
187 Cast-iron:
Rough, in masses weighing 15 kilograms or more..

4. 99..

2. 00.
Refined, in masses weighing 15 kilograms or more...

8. 74.

2. 75. Other......

Prohibited.

2.75.
188 Iron:
In masses or prisms containing blags (at least 6 per cent.).

.do

4.50
189 Drawn, in bars, angle and Trails, of every dimension..

12. 48 and 17. 47

6.00
(Pig iron in bars, containing 6 per cent. or more of slags, shall pay

the same duty as imported upon prisms still containing slags.)
190 Band and hoop iron:
Of more than 1 millimeter in thickness

12. 48.

6. 00 Of 1 millimeter or less in thickness.....

17. 47

7. 50. 191 | Iron, called "machine, for manufacturing wires

12. 48 or 17. 47

6.00. *Law of July 19, 1880.

Law of June 13, 1878.

119 | Wood, common :

Do.
10.00
15.00
3.00
3. 75

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CUSTOMS TARIFFS OF FRANCE-Continued.
Comparative statement of the old, the conventional, and the new tariff of France, 80.-Continued.

(Duties in francs and centimes.)

Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.

122

0.10
15.00

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110 Wood, common: Masta, spars, blocks, gaffs, handles of forks, and of tar brushes. .do

do Oars, not finished ..........

2. 50

.do Oars, finished............

6. 24. 120 Staves

0.12per 1,000.

..do
Hoop-wood

.do

.do
121 Split-wood

.do

0.10.
148 Hops

56. 14.

12.50
MARBLES, STONES, EARTHS, AND COMBUSTIBLE MINERAL SUBSTANCES.
158 Marble:
White statuary, rough, squared, or sawed only

1. 04 and 1.56

Free
Other, rough or squared.

.do
Other, of 16 centimeters or above in thickness, sawed

1.04

.do
Other, sawed, of less than 16 centimeters in thickness

1. 56.

1. 50
158 Marble, sculptured, polished, or otherwise worked :
Sculptured, modern statuary

49.92.

Free
Sculptured clocks, cups, inkstands.......

49.92.

1. 50. Sculptured playing marbles ...............

18. 72.

18.72....... Sculptured, other..

49.92.

1.50.... 163 | Rock crystal, worked.......

Prohibited

Free...... 164 Stones, worked, including slate-stones and stones for building: Cut or sawed

18.72 per cont. ad valorem

.do
Sculptured or polished:
Lithographic stones with drawings, engravings, or writing. do

do
Modern statuary

do Playing marbles........

12. 48.

12.48. Other....

18.72 per cent. ad valorem 0.50...
Slates, framed or not framed, used especially for writing or for drawing. 10.40 per 100 slates

3.75 or 5 per cent. ad valorem.
107 Slates for building:
Rough...

Free

Free
Flag or table.

10.40

.do 167 Slates for roofing

4.16 per 1,000 slates..

4.00 per 1,000.slates. 168 Bricks and tiles for paving and roofing.

4. 99, 12. 48, and 31. 20 per Free

thousand
METALS.
187 Cast-iron :
Rough, in masses weighing 15 kilograms or more..

4. 99.

2.00 Refined, in masses weighing 15 kilograms or more.

8.74

2. 75
Prohibited.

2. 75
188

Iron:
In masses or prisms containing slags (at least 6 per cent.).

.do

4. 50
189 Drawn, in bars, angle and Trails, of every dimension..

12. 48 and 17. 47.

6.00.
(Pig iron in bars, containing 6 per cent. or more of slags, shall pay

the same duty as imported upon prisms still containing slags.)
190 Band and hoop iron :
Of more than 1 millimeter in thickness

12. 48

6.00 Of 1 millimeter or less in thickness.....

17. 47......

7.50. 191 | Iron, called "machine, for manufacturing wires

12. 48 or 17. 47

6. 00 * Law of July 19, 1880.

Law of June 13, 1878.

Do.

10.00
15.00
3. 00
3. 75

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CUSTOMS TARIFFS OF FRANCE-Continued.

Comparative statement of the old, the conventional, and the new tariff of France, 80.-Continued.

(Duties in francs and centimes.)

Number of

articles.

Denomination of articles.

Old general tariff.

Conventional tariff.

New general tariff.

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METALS-continued.
192 | Sheet-iron, rolled or hammered, smooth, of more than 1 millimeter in
thickness:

Per 100 kilos.
Not cut...

24.96
Cut, in whatever manner.

24. 96
Sheet-iron, thin and black iron plates, smooth, of 1 millimeter or less

in diameter:
Not cut

24. 96.
Cut, in whatever manner..

24. 96.
193 Tin plates, galvanized or coated with copper, zinc, or lead

49. 92.
194 Iron wire, coated or not, with tin, copper, or lead:
Not more than to of millimeter in diameter.

37. 44
Over % of millimeter in diameter

37. 44.
195 Steel in bars :
Bails...:

37. 44.
Other, all kinds, and hoop and band steel..

37. 44.
Steel, brown, in sheets or plates, rolled, when heated, of more than
millimeter in thickness:
Not cut

62. 40
Cut, in whatever manner

62. 40.
Of 1 millimeter or less in thickness:
Not cut..

93. 60 and 137. 28
Cut in whatever manner.

..do
196 Steel, white, in sheets or plates, rolled when cold, of whatever thick.

ness:
Not cut

93. 60
Cut in whatever manner

137. 28 (A)
197 Steel wire for chords of instruments.

87. 36..
199 Old and scrap iron

9. 98.
Old and scrap cast iron

4. 99.
200 Iron dross and slag

1.04
201 Copper, pure or alloyed with zinc or tin:
Rolled or hammered, in bars or plates

15. 60. Wires of whatever size, polished or not, but neither gilt nor sil. 104 and 124.80

vered. Wires, polished (other than for chords of instruments).... Prohibited.

6.00
9.00

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