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207 Jewelry:

By jewelry is meant objects of luxury,
small, precious by work and material, and
intended for personal ornament.
Of gold..

Hectogram
Of silver or gilt

Kilogram
208 Watches and clocks:
Pocket watches in gold cases..

Each.
Watches in cases of any other metal

Clocks....
Stands and glass covers and similar ad.
juncts, though presented with the clock, must
be taxed separately, according to the respec-

tive article in the taritl. 209 Barrel organs and music boxes 210 Watch and clock movements: Of watches

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Of house clocks...

Quintal.
For towers and churches

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211 Watch and clock furniture.
212 Stones, earth, pottery, glass and crystal, pre-

cious stones worked :
Rubies, emeralds, diamonds, &c

Hectogram
Agates, opals, onyx, dic.

Kilogram
213
Marble, rough.

Ton 214 Alabaster, rough.

Quintal 215 Marble and alabaster of any quality:

In slabs 16 centimeter's thick and more...
In statuary..

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Stone for building, rough, sawed, sculptured Ton...

or polished, comprising statues. 217 Colored earth (clay) pitchern, jars, &c ..... Quintal 218 Stones, earth, and minerals, not metallic; Toll...

chalk, lime and cement. Brick (tiles, bricks, flat tiles, crude squares

for flooring, terra cotta pipes). 220 Sulphur, raw, or retined towers of sulphur.... Quintal 221 Bituminous solids.

.do 222 Coal, mineral, natural, or carbonized (coke) Ton. 223 ....do

Quintal 224 Works of common clay:

Squares for Hoorn, enameled or polished.. ..do
Not named (crucibles, jars, stoves, &c.)...

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Included in these are ntensiis and pottery
of conimon clay without enameling, or only
covered with one metallic coating of brown,

yellow, green, or red. 225 Majolica work:

Common, or of colored paste with opaque .do

varnish.
Fine or white paste

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Gilt or otherwise decorated
226 Works in porcelain :
White

dlo Gilt or otherwise decoratel..

..do Products of the ceramic art, decorated with holders or pedestals or other furniture of met. al, are classitied like merchandise according to their respective quality, save the exceptions

in the explanatory index. 227 Plates of crystal and glass :

Not polished (except common ones for ....do

windows).
Common, for windows....

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206 Silversmith wares:
Gold

Hetogram
Silver, even gilt

Kilogram

4.00 Free....

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CATEGORY XII.- Minerals, mutuls, and arri.

cles made of them--Contined.
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 ....

..do Hammered in sheets or in pipes.

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do In other work; algo in balls and shot

.do 190 Pewter and its alloys with lead and antimony:

In pige, rods, and scraps...
Hammered in sheets of any kind

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In all other work.

...do 191

Zinc:
In pig or scrap..

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Rolled or sheets

...lo In other work, without gilt

In other work, with gilt... 192 Antimony and arsenic in a metallic stato

....do 193 Mercury

....do 194 Metals not named and alloys not named: In raw state...

...do
In all kinds of work..
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 boilera.
Not named, and detached parts of ma- ..do

chines.
199 Gasometers and their appurtenances..

do 200 Apparatus of copper and other metals to heat,

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

or without boilers, tubes, or heaters. 202 | Carving 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 railways: 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 (without deducting ....do

weight of paper).

Money of..... 205 Silver: Crude, in rods, dust, or scrap.

...do Rolled in sheets, tinsel, or drawn through ...do

wire plate. Wound on silk

do Hammered in leaves.

do Money of.....

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CATEGORY XII.- Minerals, metals, and articles

made of theit-Continued. 207 Jewelry:

By jewelry is meant objects of luxury,
small, precious by work and material, and
intended for personal ornament.
Of gold...

Hectogram
Of silver or gilt

Kilogram
208 Watches and clocks:
Pocket watches in gold cases.

Each.
Watches in cases of any other metal
Clocks...

..do
Stands and glass covers and similar ad-
jnnets, though presented with the clock, must
be taxed separately, according to the respec-

tive article in the tarii. 209 Barrel organs and music boxes

..do 210 Watch and clock movements: Of watches

do Of house clocks.

Quintal . For towers and churches 211 Watch and clock furniture.

..do 212 Stones, earth, pottery, glass and crystal, pre

cious stones worked :
Rubies, emeralis, diamonds, &c.

Hectogram
Agates, opals, onyx, &c.

Kilogram 213 Marble, rough

Ton 214 Alabaster, rough

Quintal 215 Marble and alabaster of any quality :

In slabs 16 centimeters thick and more
In statuary

...do
Otherwise worked.

.do 216 Stone for building, rough, suwed, sculptured Ton....

or polished, comprising statues. 217 Colored earth (Clay) pitchers, jars, &c

Quintal 218 Stones, earth, and minerals, not metallic; Ton.

chalk, lime and cement. 219 Brick (tiles, bricks, Hat tiles, crude squares

for flooring, terra cotta pipes). 220 Sulphur, raw, or retined flowers of sulphur.... Quintal 221 Bituminous solids

.do 222 Coal, mineral, natural, or carbonized (coke) Ton.. 223 ..do

Quintal 224 Works of common clay:

Squares for floors, enameled or polished..

No: named (crucibles, jard, stores, &c.).. Included in these are utensiis and pottery of conmon clay without enameling, or only covered with one metallic coating of brown,

yellow, green, or red. 225 | Majolica work:

Common, or of colored paste with opaque ...do

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Fine or white paste

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Gilt or otherwise decorated

...do 226 Works in porcelain: White

do Gilt or otherwise decorated.

..do Products of the ceramic art, decorated with holders or pelestals or other furniture of metal, are classitieel like merchandise accoriling to their respective quality, save the exceptions

in the explanatory index.
227 Plates of crystal and glass :
Not polished (except common ones for

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Common, for windows..

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Golil

Hetogram
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Kilogram

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CATEGORY XII. - Minerals, metals, and arti.

cles made of them-Continued. Plates of crystal and glass-Continued.

Ital. lire. Ital. lire. Ital. lire. Polished and not leaded....

Quintal

25.00 20.00
Plates or panes polished or smoothed are

distinguished from those not polished or
crude in that they tirst present a uniform
surface, while the common ones for win-
dows are always uneven; and the others
not polished have an uneven surface, and
generally contain scattered sand on the
side which has touched the metal in which

it was molded.
228 Looking-glasses, framed and unframed, pol. ....do

50.00 35.00
ished and quicksilvered(without deducting
weight of the immediate case holding the

same).
229 Works of glass and crystal:

Vases, tubes, and similar vessels having

cuts to indicate the divisions in millime-
ters or degrees are considered as belong.
ing to the class of optical instruments, of
calculation, &c.
Simply blown or molded, not colored,

12. 00 a 7.00
ground, or cut.
Colored or ground.

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18.00 11.00 230 Common bottles..

Per 100

3.00 231 Demijohns

Quintal

3. 00 232 Broken glass....

Frie 233 Glass crystals enameled in all kinds, cut as ....do

50.00 30.00 gems, or in pieces for chandeliers, and the

like, &c. 234 Glassing and enameling in cakes, in rods, or ....do

3. 00 in powder. CATEGORY XIV.--Cereals, Nour, paste, and

vegetable products not comprised in other

categories. 235 Wheat and grain

Ton..

14.00 236 Grain (other than oats)

11.50 237 Oats...

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11. 50 238 Chestnuts.......

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Free 239 Potatoes

.do

.do 240 Rice, with husk or without.

..do 241 Flour

Quintal

2. 77 242

..do

0.86 243 Paste of wheat..

..do

5. 50 244 Sea bread and biscuits

5. 50 245 Refuse material (fecule)..

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Free. 246 Starch

...do

4.50 3. 00 247 Oranges and lemons, also in salt water

.do

4.00 248 Citrons and limes, also in salt water

.do

Free. 249 Fresh grapes...

.do

7.50

Free 250 Fresh fruits not named

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1. 00 Freo. 251 Dates..

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12.00 252 Carob fruit.

1.75 253 Pistachio nuts, with or without hull.

..do

8. 00 254 | Dried fruits : Almonds without shell..

..do Almonds with shell.

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Free
Nuts and small nuts

..do

Free
Oily nuts not named

..do

Free
Figs

.do

10.00 Raising.

10.00 Not named

.do

10.00

2. 00 255 | Fruits, legumes, and vegetables : In vinegar, in salt, and in oil

..do

12.00 In spirits of wine

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40.00 256 Mushrooms and trufties.

...do

10.00 257 | Hops.....

1.00 258 Seeds of various kinds.

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Free.

1. 10 259 Palm and cocoa oil

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1.00 260 Cakes of nuts and other material

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Free.... Free (a) Works comprised in this article have the conventional duty, though they have edges, bottom, or stoppers ground or polished.

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Bran .....

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CATEGORY XIV.-Cereals, four, paste, and

vegetable products not comprised in other

categories Continued. 261 | Vegetable products :

Ital. lire. Ital. lirc. Ital. lire. Legumes and vegetables

Quintal .

Free...
Not named .....

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Free.. CATEGORY XV.-Animals, products, and re

mains of animals not comprised in other

categories. 262 Horges

Each

20.00 Free.. 263 Mulos

...do

6. 00 264 Asses

1.50 265 Oxen and bulls, known as such when they

have no longer milk teeth:
or less than 250 kilograms

.do

18.00 15. 00 Of greater weight..

...do

18.00 15.00 266 Cows, known as such after losing their milk

teeth:
Less than 150 kilograms of weight

7.50 7.50
Of larger weight ...

7.50 7.50 267 Heifers and steers, known as such if they still

6.00 5. 00 have some milk teeth. 268 Calver, are so considered when having all the

3. 00 2.00 milk teeth. 269 Sheep and goats....

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0. 20 0. 20 Swine: Weighing 20 kilograms or less ...

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0.75 Weighing more than 20 kilograms

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2. 50 271 Meat: Fresh, and of fowls..

Quintal.

5.00 Animals, slaughtered but entire, excepting game, pay same duty as fresh meat when Salted, smoked, or otherwise prepared ..do

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a 20.00 Cooked.

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5.00 272 Extract of meat.

40.00 273 Game..

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15.00 274 Leeches.

.do

Free... 275 Intestines : Fresh

do

Free..
Salted

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4.00 276 Fish: Fresh, of any kind

do

Free.... Free ..
Dried or smoked

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5. 00 (b) Put down in salt

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6.00 Put down in oil.

10.00 Preserved in boxes.

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10.00 277 Caviar and other eggsoť fish, preserved

.do

30.00 278 Milk

.do

Free. 279 Extract of milk

.do

15.00 280 Butter: Fresh

.do

10.00 5.00 Salted.

..do

15. 00 281 Cheese

...do

15.00

c8.00 282 Eggs of fowls

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Free.... 283 Fat of all kinds

do

1.00 284 Stearic acid

...do

10.00 285 Stearic candles

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15.00 286 Bees in hiveg.

do

Free. 287 Honey of all kinds

.do

10.00 5. 00 288

Wax :
Yellow, not worked

.do

15.00 Yellow, worked

20.00 White, un worked

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30.00 White, worked

.do

40,00 Waste of wax candles.

..do

10.00 (a) By the treaty there is allowed an importation of 4,000 quintals per year of dried and salted mutton called castradina," at a duty of 5 lire per 100 kilograms, on condition of producing certificates of origin. (6) By the treaty are admitted free of duty sardines, anchovies, and the like, packed in salt or in salt water.

(c) The cheese known as " brindza,” made of goat and sheep milk, can be imported from AustriaHungary up to 800 quintals per year on producing proper certificates of origin.

S. Doc. 231, pt 5-13

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