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36. Under the heading "Marble," in the first item, after the word "containing," and before the word "fifteen," insert the words "less than," and after the words "cubic feet," and before the words "ten per cent.," strike out the words "or over." (10 per cent.) 37. In the second item, after the words "two sides," and before the words "per cent.," strike out the word "fifteen" and insert the word "ten." (10 per cent.)

38. Under the heading "Oils," in the item concerning "carbolic or heavy oil," after the word "oil," and before the words "ten per cent.," strike out the words "used in making wooden block pavements, for heating wood for building, and for railway ties," strike out the item "lubricating, of all kinds, twenty-five per cent. ad valorem-25 per cent.," and substitute the following:

39. Lubricating oils, composed wholly or in part of petroleum, and costing thirty cents per imperial gallon or over, twenty-five per cent. ad valorem. (25 per cent. ad valorem.)

40. The same costing less than thirty cents per imperial gallon seven and one-fifth cents per imperial gallon. (7 cents per imperial gallon.)

41. All other lubricating oils, twenty-five per cent. ad valorem. (25 per cent. ad valorem.)

42. In the item "Paper-hangings or wall-paper," after the word "wallpaper," insert the words "and glazed, plated, marbled, enameled, or embossed paper, in rolls or sheets, and cardboard similarly finished."

43. In the item "Union collar cloth paper," after the words "not shapen," and before the words "per cent." strike out the word "ten" and insert the word "five." (5 per cent. ad valorem.) 44. In the item concerning "spices," after the word "unground," and before the words "per cent.," strike out the word "twenty" and insert the word "ten." (10 per cent.)

45. Under the heading "Tobacco," in the item "manufactured tobacco and snuff," after the word "twenty," strike out the word "five," also the figures "25," and insert the figures "20." (20 cents per pound.)

45a. In the item "trunks, satchels, valises," etc., after the words "carpet-bags," insert the words "purses and pocket books."

46. In the item "turpentine, spirits of," after the words "spirits of," and before the words "per cent.," strike out the word "twenty" and insert the word "ten." (10 per cent. ad valorem.)

47. Under the heading "Vegetables," strike out the words "tomatoes in cans two cents per pound," and substitute the following in lieu thereof, "tomatoes and other vegetables, including corn, in cans weighing not over one pound, two cents per can (2 cents per can); and two cents additional per can for each pound or fraction of a pound over one pound in weight."

48. In the item concerning "vinegar," after the word "vinegar," and before the word "cents," strike out the word "twelve" and insert the word "fifteen." (15 per cent. I. G.)

49. Under the heading "Wools and woolens" in the first item, after the words "worsted yarns," strike out the words and figures "under number 30," and after the word "hosiery" and before the word "seven," strike out the words "of every description," and insert the words "not elsewhere specified."

50. In the second item concerning "clothing, ready made," after the word "including" and before the words "cloth caps" insert the words "knitted goods, viz, socks and stockings."

51. Dress or costume cloths, serges, and similar fabrics, under twentyfive inches wide and weighing not over three and a half ounces per lineal yard, either or both, twenty per cent. ad valorem. (20 per cent. ad valorem.)

By adding to Schedule A the following items, viz:

53. Absinthe, two dollars per imperial gallon. ($2 per I. G.)

54. Agates, sapphires, emeralds, garnets, and opals, polished but not set or otherwise manufactured, ten per cent. ad valorem. (10 per cent.)

55. Aniline dyes, not otherwise provided for, ten per cent. ad valorem. (10 per cent.)

56 to 72. Agricultural implements.-Mowing machines, self-binding harvesters, harvesters without binders, binding attachments, reapers, sulky and walking plows and parts of the same, harrows, scythes, horse and hand hay rakes, garden rakes of any material, grain-seed drills, spades and shovels, hoes, hay, straw, manure, spading and mining forks, and all similar articles and parts thereof, thirty-five per cent. ad valorem, to take effect on the 10th of May next. (35 per cent. ad valorem.)

73 to 78. Portable machines, portable steam-engines, threshers, and separators, horse-powers, portable saw-mills and fanning mills and parts thereof, thirty-five per cent. ad valorem. (35 per cent. ad valorem.)

79. Bed comforters or quilts of cotton, twenty-seven and a half per cent. ad valorem. (27 per cent. ad valorem.)

80. Bells of any material, except for churches, thirty per cent. ad valorem. (30 per cent. ad valorem.)

81. Boot, shoe, and stay laces of any material, thirty per cent. ad valorem. (30 per cent. ad valorem.)

83. Button covers, crosier, ten per cent. ad valorem. (10 per cent. ad valorem.)

84. Cane or rattan, split or otherwise manufactured, twenty-five per cent. ad valorem. (25 per cent. ad valorem.)

85. Cases: jewel and watch cases, and other like articles of any material, thirty per cent. ad valorem. (30 per cent. ad valorem.) 86. Coal dust, twenty per cent. ad valorem. (20 per cent. ad valorem.) 87. Hair cloth, thirty per cent. ad valorem. (30 per cent. ad valorem.) 88. India-rubber clothing or clothing made waterproof with India rubber, thirty-five per cent. ad valorem. (35 per cent. ad valorem.) 89. Jellies and jams, five cents per pound. (5 cents per pound.) 90. Jute carpeting or matting and mats, twenty-five per cent. ad valorem. (25 per cent. ad valorem.)

91. Lampblack and ivory black, ten per cent. ad valorem. (10 per cent. ad valorem.)

92. Lead, nitrate, and acetate of, five per cent. ad valorem. ad valorem.)

(5 per cent. 93. Magic lanterns and optical instruments, including microscropes and telescopes, twenty five per cent. ad valorem. (25 per cent. ad valorem.)

94. Nickel anodes, ten per cent. ad valorem. (10 per. cent ad valorem.) 96. Pumps, iron, pitcher, spout, cistern, well, and force pumps, thirtyfive per cent. ad valorem. (35 per cent. ad valorem.)

97. Tin crystals, twenty per cent. ad valorem. (20 per cent. ad valorem.) 98. Vaseline, and similar preparations of petroleum for toilet, medicinal, or other purposes, in bulk, four cents per pound. (4 cents per pound.)

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In bottles or other packages, not over one pound in weight each, six cents per pound. (6 cents per pound.)

Under heading "steel and manufactures of," strike out the first item concerning "Steel in ingots, bars, sheets, and coils and railway bars or rails and fish plates," and substitute the following in lieu thereof:

99. Steel, ingots, bars, sheets, and coils not elsewhere specified, a specific duty of five dollars per ton, to take effect on and after the first of July next, and to remain free of duty until that date. ($5 per ton.)

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100. Spades, &c., strike out the words "including files," and add the
following item:

101. Files and rasps, thirty-five per cent. ad valorem. (35 per cent. ad
valorem.)
102. After the item concerning "proprietary medicines," and before the
item concerning "prunella," insert the following:

"All medicinal preparations, whether chemical or otherwise, usually imported with the name of the manufacturer, shall have the true name of such manufacturer, and the place where they are prepared, permanently and legibly affixed to each parcel by stamp, label, or otherwise; and all medicinal preparations imported without such names so affixed shall be forfeited." The alterations in customs duties, on the articles enumerated in the several items of this resolution, viz, from item 1 to 5, inclusive, 13, from 20 to 22, inclusive, from 24 to 44, inclusive, from 45a to 55, inclusive, from 79 to 98, inclusive, from 100 to 102, inclusive, shall take effect on and after the 20th April, 183.

Resolved, That it is expedient to amend Schedule B of the said acts by the following alterations therein and additions thereto:

After the word "agates" strike out the word "unmanufactured" and insert the words, "rubies, pearls, sapphires, emeralds, garnets, and opals, not polished nor otherwise manufactured." After the words "aniline dyes" add the words "in bulk or packages of not less than one pound weight."

Mineral waters, natural: "Under regulations to be made by the minister of customs."

After the words "celluloid or hyolite in sheets," add the words "lumps. or blocks."

Under the heading "colors, dry" strike out the words "blanc fixe" and "mayacca" and add the words "metallic colors, viz, cobalt, zinc, and tin."

Diamond drills, for prospecting for minerals.
Dye, jet black.

Kainite, or German potash salts, for fertilizers.

Under the heading "Lumber and timber," after the word "chestnut," and before the word "mahogony," insert the word "gumwood," and after the closing word "manufactured" add the words "and sawdust of the same: Provided, That hickory lumber, sawn to shape for spokes of wheels, but not further manufactured, shall be also free."

Under the heading "Settlers' effects," after the words "removal to Canada," and before the words "not to include" insert the words "musical instruments, domestic sewing machines, live stock, carts, and other vehicles, and agricultural implements in use by the settler for at least one year before his removal to Canada," and after the word "machinery" strike out the words "or live stock," and after the words "entered as settlers' effects" and before the words "shall not be sold"

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insert the words "cannot be so entered unless brought with the settler on his first arrival and."

So much of Schedule A as imposes any duty of customs on the following goods is hereby repealed, and the same are added to Schedule B of free goods, viz:

Asphaltum.

Books, bound, which shall have been printed more than seven years at the date of importation, except that foreign reprints of English copyrighted books shall be subject to the copyright duty.

Books printed by any Government, or by any scientific association, or other society now existing for the promotion of learning and letters issued in the course of their proceedings, and not for the purpose of trade.

Chronometers and compasses for ships.

Copper in sheets.

Hatters' plush, of silk or cotton.

Iron and steel, old and scrap.

Iron beams, sheets or plates, and knees, for iron or composite ships. Iodine, crude.

Manuscripts.

Marble in blocks, from the quarry in the rough, or sawn on two sides only, and not specially shapen, containing fifteen cubic feet or over. Newspapers: After the word "magazines," and before the word "unbound," add "and weekly literary papers."

Ottar of roses.

Platinum wire.

Seeds: anise, coriander, cardamom, fennel, and fenugreek.
Spurs and stilts, used in the manufacture of earthenware.
Sausage skins or casings, not cleaned.

Valerian root.

Wire of brass or copper, round or flat.

Wire of iron or steel, galvanized or tinned, 15 gauge or smaller.

Wire of spring steel, coppered, for the manufacture of mattresses, number nine gauge and smaller.

Strike out the item concerning "steel in ingots, bars, sheets, and coils, railway bars, and fish plates" and insert the following:

Steel railway bars or rails, and fish plates, and in sheets for the manufacture of saws.

This resolution shall take effect on and after the 20th April, 1883: Resolved, That it is expedient to provide by law that the export of deer, wild turkeys, and quail in the carcass be prohibited; and that a penalty be imposed for every breach of such prohibition.

LIST OF ARTICLES ON WHICH THE TARIFF WAS RAISED AT THE LAST SESSION OF THE DOMINION PARLIAMENT AND HOUSE OF COMMONS.

Acids. Acetic, from 12 cents per imperial gallon to 15 cents per imperial gallon. Sulphuric and nitric combined and all mixed acids, twenty-five per cent. ad valorem.

Playing cards, from thirty per cent. ad valorem to six cents per pack. Printed music, from six cents per pound to teu cents per pound. Braces and suspenders, from twenty-five per cent. to thirty per cent. ad valorem.

Carriages-buggies of all kinds, farm wagons, farm, railway, or freight carts, pleasure carts or gigs, and similar vehicles, and all other

carriages not otherwise enumerated, from thirty to thirty-five per cent. ad valorem.

Parts of carriages, from thirty to thirty-five per cent. ad valorem. Lamp wicks, from twenty to thirty per cent. ad valorem.

Printed or dyed cotton, except jeans, coutilles, cambrics, silicias, and casbans, to twenty-seven and one-half per cent. ad valorem.

Cordage of all kinds, formerly from ten to twenty per cent. ad valorem, now twenty per cent. ad valorem.

Drain pipes and sewer pipes, glazed, from twenty per cent. to twentyfive per cent. ad valorem.

Show cases, a specific duty of two dollars each in addition to thirtyfive per cent. ad valorem.

Bedsteads and other iron furniture, from twenty-five to thirty-five per cent. ad valorem.

Marble in blocks, in the rough or sawed on two sides, containing less than fifteen cubic feet, ten per cent. ad valorem.

Vinegar, from twelve cents to fifteen cents per imperial gallon. Agricultural implements, from twenty-five to thirty-five per cent. ad valorem.

Boots and shoes, from twenty-five to thirty per cent. ad valorem. Cases, jewel and watch cases, from twenty-five to thirty-five per cent. ad valorem.

Coal dust, from fifty cents per ton to twenty per cent. ad valorem. India rubber clothing, &c., from twenty-five to thirty-five per cent. ad valorem.

Jute carpeting and matting, from twenty to twenty-five per cent. ad valorem.

Nickel anodes, formerly free, to ten per cent. ad valorem.

Steel ingots, bars, sheets, and coils, a specific duty of five dollars per ton, formerly ten per cent. ad valorem.

Shovels, spades, files and rasps, hoes; hay, manure, and potato forks; rakes and rake teeth; carpenters', coopers', cabinet-makers', and all other mechanics' tools; edge tools of every description; axes, scythes, and saws of all kinds, from thirty to thirty-five per cent. ad valorem.

NEW ARTICLES ADDED.

Children's carriages, thirty-five per cent. ad valorem.

Dress or costume cloths, serges, and similar fabrics, under twentyfive inches wide and weighing not over three and a half ounces per linear yard, either or both, twenty per cent. ad valorem.

Absinthe, two dollars per imperial gallon.

Agates, sapphires, emeralds, garnets, and opals, polished but not set or otherwise manufactured, ten per cent. ad valorem.

Bed comforters, or quilts of cotton, twenty-seven and a half per cent. ad valorem.

Button covers, crosier, ten per cent. ad valorem.

Cane and rattan, split or otherwise manufactured, twenty-five per cent. ad valorem.

Hair cloth, thirty per cent. ad valorem.

Jellies and jams, five cents per pound.

Lamp-black and ivory black, ten per cent. ad valorem.

Lead, nitrate and acetate of, five per cent. ad valorem.

Magic lanterns and optical instruments, including microscopes and telescopes, twenty-five per cent. ad valorem.

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