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Tariff of the Peninsula and Balearic Islands-Continued.
The parties interested must present to the customs a certificate of the captain of the port showing that the certificate of measurement has been approved by the inspector, in accordance with articles 29 and 32 of said regulations; and it is to be understood that the customs will not consider the clearance and payment of the corresponding duties as finally settled until this formality has been complied with; this will be stated in the respective declaration or document. National ships which have been lengthened (or whose tonnage has been increased) in foreign dock-yards must, on their return, pay duty on the increased tonnage. Ships repaired abroad must, on their return to a port in Spain, pay duty on the materials employed for the purpose.
preceding article, worked up.
e e 280
c e 281 € 282
Canes and sticks for umbrellas and parasols (42)..... Per hundred..
Buttons of all classes, except those of gold or silver. Kilogram
Cartridges with projectile or ball for permitted fire.....do
Caps (percussion) or capsules for permitted fire-arms
Cases of ordinary wood, card-board, wickers, and the
India rubber and gutta-percha manufactured in any
Oil-cloths-oil-skins, tarpaulin, &c., of the other
Games and toys, except those of tortoise shell, ivory,
Wicks for lamps and candles
Umbrellas and parasols lined with textures of silk
€ 295 € 296 € 297
Hats and caps of straw
Sulphurets of lead ("galenas") (47).
(46) NOTE.--Shall be understood as silver lead and litharges those containing more than 30 grams of silver per each 100 kilograms of lead.
(47) NOTE.-For the clearance of these minerals and metals, and to justify their importation to countries | having a treaty of commerce, the rules in force regarding the matter shall be enforced so long as the treaty of commerce with France shall remain in force, when they are exported to nations with treaty.
Wire for telegraphs..
Poles for telegraphs
Supports for the same
Apparatus for transmission and reception for the
Lamps for engines and coaches, and hand lamps.
38 Tubes for carrying water to the tanks, and for letting it out....do Common implements for the road.......
40 Clocks, to be placed on the fronts of railway stations.. .do
Tariff of duties of regalia on tobaccoes on their introduction into the kingdom, approved by order of the regency of the kingdom October 18, 1870.
3 Cigars, in boxes, including for payment the duty on the weight of these,....do of and from Cuba and Porto Rico.
4 Cigars, loose, of and from Cuba and Porto Rico.....
Cigarettes (cigarrillos) of paper and loose tobacco (“picadura"), and .do
6 Cigars, product of Cuba and Porto Rico, proceeding from foreign ports, ...do including for payment the weight of the boxes containing them.
7 Cigars, loose, from foreign countries..
Cigarettes and cut tobacco, product of Cuba and Porto Rico, proceeding from foreign ports, including for duty the weight of the paper and tin or lead sheet containing them.
9 Snuff, of foreign production..
Foreign tobacco, made into cigars, cigarettes, cut ("orbrun "), whatever....do be the place from whence they come.
Cigarettes and cut tobacco, product of and proceeding from the Philip pine Islands.
Excess of register..
NOTICE 1.-The country of which the tobacco is a production, and the direct port from which it proceeds, must be established according to the tariff and customs regulations.
2d. The clearance payment of duty, and the incidents which may occur on the introduction of tobacco, shall be subject to the same regulations.
CUSTOMS DUTIES OF SPAIN.
REPORT BY CONSUL MARSTON, OF MALAGA.
As there seems to be a general movement being made by European Governments against the excessive duties upon imports into Spanish ports, I have the honor to report to the Department of State upon the subject of duties collected at Malaga upon articles imported into Spain from the United States, as well as upon some articles upon which heavy duties are exacted, but which are almost wholly supplied by England and other European markets.