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THE NEW TARIFF LAW.
ENACTED BY THE FIFTY-FIRST CONGRESS. NOTE—The former rate is expressed in each case by the figures between brackets. Where no “former rate" is given, it is to be understood that the old and new duties are the same. Schedule A.-Chemicals, Oils and Fusel oil, or amylic alcohol, 10% ad val. Paints.
Hemp-seed oil and rape-seed oil, 100. gall.
Olive oil, fit for salad purposes, 350. gall. ACIDS :
[25%.] Acetic or pyroligneous acid, not exceeding sp. gr. Peppermint oil, 80. d. of 1 47-1000, 1%c. * t. [2.] Exceeding sp. gr. of Seal, herring, whale, and other fish oil n.8.p., 8c. 147-1000, 46. ib. [10c.)
gall (25%) Boracic acid, 50. tb. (40 and 5c.]
Opium, aqueous extract of, for medicinal uses, Chromic acid, 6c. tb. (15%.]
and tincture of, as laudanum, and all other liquid Oitrie acid, 10c. ib.
preparations of ovium n.s.p., 40% ad val, Sulphuric acid or oil of vitriol, not specially pro Opium containing less than 9% of morphia, and vided for, y4c. th.
opium prepared for smoking, $12 ib. But opium Tannic acid or tannin, 750. Ib. ($1.]
prepared for smoking, and other preparations deTartaric acid, 10c. fb.
posited in bonded warehouses, shall not be removed Alcoholic perfumery, including cologne-water and
therefrom without payment of duties, and such duother toilet waters, 82 9 gall, and 50% ad val.;
ties shall not be refunded. alcoholic compounds n.s.p., $2 * gall, and 25% ad
PAINTS; COLORS AND VARNISHES: val.
Baryta, sulphate of, or barytes, including barytes Alumina, alum, alum-cake, patent alum, sulphate
earth, unmanufactured, $1.12 ton. [10%.) Manof alumina, and gluminous cake, and alum in crys
ufactured, $6.72 tb. tals or ground, 6-10c.
ton. 1940 tb.). Ammonia : Carbonate of, 1%.
Blues, such as Berlin, Prussian, Chinese, and all ib. (20%)
others containing ferrocyanide of iron, dry or ground Muriate of, 94c. * Ib. (10%) Sulphate of, &c. * 10. (20%)
in or mixed with oil, 6. b. (20%.] In pulp or
mixed with water, 6c. tbon material contained Blacking, all kinds, 25% ad val. .
therein when dry. [20 to 25%.] Blue vitriol, 2c. fb. Bo.]
Blanc-fixe, or satin white, or artificial sulphate of Bone-char, suitable for use in decolorizing
barytes, 340. b. (25%.] sugars, 25% ad val. Borax, crude, or borate of lime, 3c. fb ; refined
Black, made from bope, ivory, or vegetable, under
whatever name known, including bone-black and borax, 5c, * fb.
la op-black, dry or ground in oil or water, 25% ad Camphor, refined, 4c. $ fb. [5c.]
val [20 to 25%.] Ohalk, prepared, precipitated, French and red.
Chrome yellow, chrome green, and all other chrolc. * ib; all other chalk preparations n.s.p., 20%
mium colors in which lead and bichromate of potash ad val.
or soda are component parts, dry or ground in or Chloroform, 250. Ib. 50c.)
mixed with oil, 4/4c. ib. (25%.) In pulp or mixed COAL -TAR PREPARATIONS:
with water, 4%. Btb on material contained therein All coal-tar colors or dies n.s.p., 35% ad val.
when dry. (25%) All preparations of coal-tar, not colors or dyes,
Ocher and ochery earths, sienna and sienna earths, n.s.p., 20% ad val. Cobalt, oxide of, 30c. fb. (20%.]
umber and umber earths n.8.p., dry, 140. ib. [%c.)
Ground in oil, 1%6. * Ib. Collodion, and all compounds of pyroxyline, 50c.
Ultramarine blue, 4%. * . [5c.) tb; roiled or in sheets, but not made up into
Varnishes, including gold size or japan, 35% ad articles, 60c, b: finished or partly finished
val. [40%) And on spirit varnishes, for alcohol articles, 60c. fb and 25% ad val.
contained therein, $1.32 gall additional. Ooloring for brandy, wine, beer, etc., 50% ad val.
Vermilion red, ant colors containing quicksilver, Copperas, or sulphate of iron, 3-10. tb.
dry or ground in oil or water, 12c. th. [25%.1 Dr g3, such as barks, beans, berries, balsams.
Wash blue, containing ultramarine, 3c. ib. buds, bulbs, and bulbous roots, and excrescences,
(20%) such as nut-galls, fruits, flowers, dried fibres, grains,
Whiting and Paris white, dry, c. * ib; ground in gums and gum resins, herbs, leaves, lichens, mosses,
oil or putty, lc. tb. nuts, roots and stems, spices, vegetables, seeds,
Zinc, oxide of, and white paint containing zinc, (aromatic, not garden se ods), and seeds of morbid
but not containing lead, dry, 144c. fb; ground in growth, weeds, woods used expressly for dyeing.
oil, 134c. and dried insects, any of which are not edible, but
All other paints and colors, whether dry or mixed, which have been advanced in value or condition by
or ground in water or oil, including lakes, crayons, process of manufacture, n.s.p., 10% ad val.
smalts, and frostings n.s.p., and artists' colors of Ethers, sulphuric, 40c. tb. 5c.) Spirits of nitrous ether, 250. ib. [30c) Fruit ethers, oils,
all kinds, in tubes or otherwise, 25% ad val. All
paints and colors, mixed or ground with water or or essences, $2.50 ib. Ethers of all kinds, n.s.p.,
solutions other than oil, and commercially known as $1 tb. Extracts and decoctions of logwood and dye
artists' water color paints, 30% ad val. 25%.] woods, extract of sumac, and extracts of barks, used
LEAD PRODUCTS: for dyeing or tanning, not provided for, 70. ib.
Acetate of lead, white, 5%c. fb. [6c.) Brown, (10%) Extracts of hemlock bark, kc. . [20%-]
3%ec. b. (40.) Gelatine, glue, and isinglass or fish-glue, valued
Litharge, 3c. fb. at not above 70tb., 1% fb. [25 to 30%.] Valued
Nitrate of lead, 30. * Ib. at above 70. #th, and not above 30c. fb. 25% ad Orange mineral, 3%8c. ib. [30.] val. [20 to 30%) Valued at above 30c. * fb, 30%
Red lead, 3c. ib. ad val. [20 to 30%.]
White lead, and white paint containing lead, dry Glycerine, crude, not purified, 134c. ib. [2c.]
or in pulp, or ground or mixed with oil, 3c. fb. Refined, 4%0. 10. [50.]
Phosphorus, 200. th. [10c.]
Bichromate and chromate of, 3c. ib. Ink and ink powders, printers' ink, and all other Caustic or hydrate of, refined in sticks or rolls, 1c. ink n.s.p., 30% ad val.
b. (20% ) Iodine, re-sublimed, 30c. . [40c.]
Hydriodate, iodide, and iodate of, 50c. fb. Iodoform, $1.50 tb. ($2.]
Nitrate of, or saltpetre, refined, lc. _b. [1/6c.) Licorice, extracts of, in paste, rolls, or other forms, Prussiate of, red, 10c. ib. Yellow, 50. to. 5%0. b. 13 to 7%0.]
All medicinal preparations, including medicinal lb. (10c.j Epsom salts, 3-10c. ib.
proprietary preparations, of which alcohol is a com[1280.] Morphia, or morphine, and all salts thereof, 50c.
ponent part, or in the preparation of which alcohol * oz. ($1.)
is used, n.s.p., 50c. tb.
All medicinal preparations, including proprietary OILS:
preparations, of which alcohol is not a component Alizarine assistant, or soluble oil, or oleate of soda, part, and n.s.p, 25% ad val. Calomel and other or Turkey red oil, containing 50% or more of castor mercurial preparations, 35% ad val. (25%.] oil, 80. gall. ; containing less than 50% of castor Products or preparations known as alkalies, alkaoil, 40c. gall. [25%.] All other, 30% ad val. loids, distilled oils, essential oils, expressed oils, (25%)
rendered oils, and all combinations of the foregoing, Castor oil, 800 W gall.
and all chemical compounds and salts n.s.p., 25% Cod-liver oil, 150. #gall. [25%.]
ad val. Cotton-seed oil. 10.*gall. of 7% lb wt. [25c.] Preparations used as applications to the hair, Croton oil, 30c. b. [50c ]
mouth, teeth, or skin, such as cosmetics, dentifrices, Flaxseed or linseed and poppy-seed oil, raw, boiled, pastes, pomades, powders, and tonics, including all or oxidized, 32c. gall, of 7% lb weight. [250.] known as toilet preparations, n.s.p., 50 % ad val.
THE NEW TARIFF LAW-Continued. Santonine, and all salts thereof containing 80% or All articles of glass, cut, engraved,, painted, over of santonine, $2.50 * ib. [$3.).
colored, printed, stained, decorated, silvered or Soap : Castile soap, 1/4c. Đib. (20%.] Fancy, gilded, not including plate-glass silvered, or lookingperfumed, and all descriptions of toilet soap, 15c. glass plates, 60% ad val. (45%-) ib. All other soaps n.s.p., 20% ad val.
Chemical glassware for use in laboratory, and SODA:
n.s.p., 45% ad val. Bicarbonate of soda or supercarbonate of soda or
Thin blown glass, blown with or without a mold,
including glass chimneys and all other manufac. saleratus, 1c. * . [1%8c.] Hydrate of, or caustic soda, lc. * ib.
tures of glass, or of which glass shall be the comBichromate and chromate of, 3c, 1b..
ponent material of chief value, n.s.p., 60% ad val. Sal-soda, or soda crystals, and soda ash, 140. Ib.
(45%.] Silicate of soda, or other alkaline silicate, Hec. Ib.
Heavy blown glass, blown with or without a mold, Sulphate of soda, or salt-cake or nitre-cake, $1.25
not cut or decorated, finished or unfinished, 60% ton. (20%.)
ad val. [45%.]
Porcelain or opal glassware, 60% ad val. (45%) Sponges, 20% ad val.
All cut, engraved, painted, or otherwise ornaStrychnia, or strychnine, and all salts thereof, 400. oz. [50c.)
mented or decurated glass bottles, decanters, or Sulphur, refined, $8 + ton. [810.) Flowers of,
other vessels of glass shall, if filled, pay duty in $10.[$20.]
addition to any duty chargeable on the contents, as Sumac, ground, 4-10c. ib. [3-10c.]
if not filled, unless otherwise specially provided Tartar, cream of, and patent tartar, 6c. Ib.
for. Tartars and lees crystals, partly refined, 4c. ib.
Unpolished cylinder, crown, and common windowTartrate of soda and Rochelle salts, 3c. 7 ib.
glass, not exceeding 10x15 in. sq., 1980. b; above, and not exceeding 16x24 in, sq., 1760. ID ; above.
and not exceeding 24x30 in. sq., 238c, ib; above. Schedule B.-Earths, Earthenware
and not exceeding 24x36 in. sq., 278c. tb; all and Glassware.
above, 34&c. * ID: Provided. That unpolished cylin
der, crown, and common window-glass, imported in BRICK AND TILE:
boxes, shall contain 50 sq. ft , as nearly as sizes will Fire brick, not glazed, enameled, ornamented, or
permit, and duty shall be computed thereon accorddecorated in any manner, $1.25 ton. (20%) ing to actual weight of glass. Glazed, enameled, ornamented or decorated, 45%
Cylinder and crown glass, polished, not exceeding ad val. (20%.]
16x24 in. sq., 4c. sq. ft.; above, and not exceedTiles and brick, other than fire brick, not glazed,
ing 24x30 in sq., &c. sq. ft.; above, and not ex. ornamented, painted, enameled, vitrified, or deco
ceeding 24X60 in. sq., 200. sq. ft.; above, 40c. rated, 25% ad val. (20%) Ornamented, glazed,
sq, ft. [20c.) painted, enameled, vitrified, or decorated, and all
Fluted, rolled, or rough plate-glass, not including encaustic, 45% ad val. [60%.]
crown, cylinder, or common window-glass, not exCEMENT, LIME AND PLASTER:
ceeding 10x15 in. sq., 840. sq. ft.; above, and not Roman, Portland, and other hydraulic cement, in exceeding 16x24 in, sq., 1c. sq. ft.; above, and barrels, sacks or other packages, 8c. € 100 tb, in not exceeding 24x30 in. sq., 1%&c. sq. ft.; all cluding weight of barrel or package. (20%1 In above, 2c. sq. ft.; and all fluted, rolled, or rough bulk, 7 c. € 100 ib. [20%.] Other cement, 20% plate-glass, weighing over 100 ih 100 sq. ft., ad val.
shall pay an additional duty on the excess at the Lime, 6c. 100 i, including weight of barrel or same rates: Provided, That all of the above platepackage. (10%)
glass when ground, smoothed, or otherwise obPlaster of Paris, or gypsum, gronnd, $1 ton. scured shall be subject to the same rate of duty as (20%) Calcined, $1.75 # ton. [20.%]
cast polished plate-glass, unsilvered. CLAYS OR EARTHS:
Cast polished plate-glass, finished or unfinished Clays or earths, unwrought or unmanufactured,
and unsilvered, not exceeding 16x24 in, sq.., 5c, n.s.p., $1.50 ton; wrought or manufactured.
sq. ft.; above, and not exceeding 24x30 in, sq., 8c.
sa. ft. : above, and not exceeding 24x60 in, sq.. n.s.p., $3 ton; china clay, or kaolin, $3 ton,
250. sq. ft.; all above, 50c. sq. ft. [$3.]
Cast polished plate-glass, silvered, and lookingEARTHENWARE AND CHINA:
glass plates, not exceeding 16x24 in, sq., 60. 89. Common brown earthenware, common stoneware, ft.; above, and not exceeding 24x30 in. sq., 10c. and crucibles, not ornamented or decorated, 25% sq. ft.; above, and not exceeding 24x60 in. sq., 35c. ad val. .
sq. ft.; all above, 60. sq. ft. China, porcelain, parian, hisque, earthen, stone, But no looking-glass plates, or plate-glass siland crockery ware, including plaques, ornaments, vered, wheu framed, shall pay a less rate of duty toys, charms, vases, and statuettes, painted, tinted, than that imposed upon similar glass of like desstained, enameled, printed.gilded, or otherwise dec cription not framel, Lut shall pay in addition thereorated or ornamented, 60% ad val.; if plain white, to upon such frames the rate of duty applicable and not ornamented or decorated in any manner, thereto when imported separate. 55% ad val.
Cast polished plate-glass, silvered or unsilvered, All other china, porcelain, parian, bisque, earthen, and cylinder, crown, or common window-glass, when stone, and crockery ware, and manufactures of the ground, obscured, frosted, sanded, enameled, same, by whatsoever designation or name known in beveled, etched, embossed, engraved, stained, colthe trade, including lava tips for burners, n.s.p., if ored, or otherwise ornamented or decorated, shall ornamented or decorated, 60% ad val.; if not orna. be subject to a duty of 10% ad val. in addition to mented or decorated, 55% ad val,
the rates otherwise chargeable. Gas-retorts, $3 each. (25%.]
Spectacles and eyeglasses, or spectacles and eyeGLASS AND GLASSWARE:
glass frames, 60% ad val. (45%) Green and colored, molded or pressed, and flint
On lenses costing $1.50) 0 gross pairs, or less, and lime, glass bottles, holding more than one pint,
60% ad val. [45%) and demijohns and carboys (covered and un
Spectacle and eyeglass lenses with their edges covered), and other molded or pressed green and
ground or beveled to fit frames, 60% ad val. [45%) colored, and flint or lime bottle glassware, n s.p..
All stained or painted window glass, and stained lc. ib. Green and colored, molded or pressed.
or painted glass windows, and hand, pocket or table and flint and lime glass bottles and vials, holding
mirrors, not exceeding in size 144 sq. in., with or not more than 1 pint and not less than 4 pint, 1%c.
without frames or cases, of whatever material comib. (lc.) If holding less than 4 pint, 50c,
posed, lenses of glass or pebble, wholly or partly gross. [lc, lb.)
manufactured, and n.s.p., and fusible enamel, 45% All articles enumerated in the preceding para
ad val. graph, if filled, and n.s.p., and the contents are
MARBLE AND STONE, AND MANUFACTURES OF: subject to an ad val. rate of duty, or to a rate of duty based upon the value, the value of such bottles,
Marble of all kinds in block, rough, or squared, vials or other vessels shall be added to the value of 65c. cub. ft. the contents for the ascertainment of the dutiable Veined marble, sawed, dressed or otherwise, invalue of the latter; but if filled, and n.s.p., and the cluding marble slabs and marble paving tiles, $1.10 contents are not snbject to an ad val. rate cf duty, cub. ft. (but in measurement no slab shall be comor to rate of duty based on the value, or are free of puted at less than one inch in thickness.) duty, such bottles, vials, or other vessels shall pay, Manufactures of marble n.s.p., 50% ad val. in addition to the duty, if any, on their contents, the
STONE: rates of duty prescribed in the preceding paragraph. Provided, That no article manufactured from glass Burr stones manufactured or bound up into millshall pay a less rate of duty than 40% ad val. stones, 15% ad val. (20%) (30%)
Freestone, granite, sandstone, limestone, and other Flint and lime, pressed glassware, not cut, en. building or monumental stone. except marble, ungraved, painted, etched, decorated, colored, printed, manufacture or undressed, n.s.p., 11c. cub. ft. stained, silvered or gilded, 60% ad val. (40%) ($1 ton.)
rollint or molded
Proin, Aseo oraining in sulphure rondo
THE NEW TARIFF LAW-Continued. Freestone, granite, sandstone, limestone,and other Sheets of iron or steel, common or black, includ. building or monumental stone, except marble, n.s.p., ing all iron or steel commercially known as common hewn, dressed, or polished, 40% ad val (20%) or black taggers iron or steel, and skelp iron or steel,
Grindstones, finished or unfinished, $1.75 lon. valued at 3c, lb. or less: Thinner than No. 10 SLATE:
and not thinner than No. 20 wire-gauge, lc. ib. Slates, slate chimney-pieces, mantels, slabs for
[11-10c.) Thinner than No. 20 wire-gauge and tables, and all other manufactures of slate n.s.p.,
not thinner than No. 25 wire-gauge, 11-10c. *. tb, 30% ad val.
(12-10c.) Thinner than No. 25 wire-gauge, 1 4-10c. Roofing slates, 25% ad val.
b156] Oorrugated or crimped, 1 4-100.
fb. (14-10c.) Provided, That all common or black Schedule C.-Metals and Manufac. sheet iron or sheet steel not thinner than No. 10 tures of.
wire gauge shall pay duty as plate iron or plate
steel, IRON AND STEEL
All iron or steel sheets or plates, and all hoop, Chromate of iron, or chromic ore, 15% ad val. band, or scroll iron or steel, excepting what are
Iron ore, including manganiferous ore, also drogs known commercially as tin plates, terne plates, and or residuum from burnt pyrites, 75c. ton. Sul. taggers tin, and hereinafter provided for, when phur ore, as pyrites or sulphuret of iron in natural galvanized or coated with zinc or spelter, or other state, containing not more than 348% copner, 750. metals, or any alloy of those metals, shall pay 340. 3 ton: Provided. That ore containing more than 2% of tb mere duty than the rates imposed by the precedcopper shall pay, in addition thereto, Y&c. th for ing paragraph upon the corresponding gauges or the copper contained therein; Provided, also, That forms of common or black sheet or taggers iron or sulphur ore as pyrites or sulphuret of iron in its nat steel; and on and after July 1, 1891, all iron or ural state, containing in excess of 25% of sulphur, steel sheets or plates or taggers iron coated with tin shall be free of duty, except on the copper contained or lead, or with a mixture of which these metals or therein, as above provided: And provided further That either of them is a component part, by the dipping in levying and collecting the duty on iron ore no de or any other process, and commercially known as tin duction shall be made from the weight of the ore on plates, terne plates, and taggers tin, shall pay account of moisture which may be chemically or 22-10c. tb. (10.) Provided, That on and after physically combined therewith.
July 1, 1891, manufactures of which tin, tin plates, Iron in pigs, iron kentledge, spiegeleisen, ferro terne plates, taogers tin, or either of them, are como manganese, ferro-silicon, wrought and cast scrap ponent materials of chief value, and all articles, iron and scrap steel, 3-100, D; but nothing shall vessels, or wares manufactured, stamped, or drawn be deemed scrap iron or scrap steel except waste or from sheet iron or sheet steel, such materials being refuse iron or steel fit only to be re-manufactured. the component of chief value, and coated wholly or
Bar iron, rolled or hammered, comprising flats in part with tin or lead, or a mixture of which these not less than 1 in. w., nor less than 36 in. thick, metals or either of them is a component part, shall 8-10c. ib; round iron not less than 4 in. in diam. pay a duty of 55% ad val : Provided further, That eter, and square iron not less than /4 in. sq., 9-10c. on and after October 1, 1897, tin plates and terne
ib. (10.) Flats less than 1 in. w.. or less than 38 plates lighter in weight than 63 tb 100 sq. ft. in. thick; round iron less than 4 in. and not less shall be admitted froe of duty, unless it shall be than 7-16 in dium.; and square iron less than 4 in. made to appear to the satisfaction of the President sq., 1c. b. (11-10c.]
(who shall thereupon by proclamation make known Round iron in coils or rods, less than 7-16 in, in the fact that the aggregate quantity of such plates diam., and bars or shapes of rolled iron, D.s.p., lighter than 63 lb 100 sq. ft produced in the U. 11-100. #tb. [12-10.] Provided That all iron in slabs, S. during either of the six years next preceding blooms, loops, or other forms less finished than iron June 30, 1897, has equaled one-third the amount in bars, and more advanced than pig iron, except of such plates imported and entered for consumpcastings, shall be rated as iron in bars, and be sub tion during any fiscal year after the passage of this ject to a duty of 8-10c. id; and none of the iron act, and prior to said October 1, 1897: Provided, above enumerated in this paragraph shall pay a less That the amonnt of such plates manufactured into rate of duty than 35% ad val.: Provided further. That articles exported, and upon which a drawback shall all iron bars, blooms, billets, or sizes or shapes of be paid, shall not be included in ascertaining the any kind in the manufacture of which charcoal is amount of sich importations: And provided further. used as fuel, shall be subject to a duty of not less That the amount or weight of sheet iron or sheet than $22 ton.
steel manufactured in the U. S. and applied or Beams, girders, joists, angles, channels, car-truck wrought in the manufacture of articles or wares channels, TT, columns and posts, or parts or sec tinned or terne-plated in the U. S., with weight tions of columns and posts, deck and bulb beams, allowance as sold to manufacturers or others, shall and building forms, together with all other struc be considered as tin and terne plates produced in tural shapes of iron or steel, whether plain or the U.S, within the meaning of this act. punched, or fitted for use, 9-10. * ib. (144c.)
Sheet iron or sheet steel, polished, planished, or Boiler or other plate iron or steel, except saw glanced, by whatever name designated, 2% lb: plates hereinafter provided for, not thinner than Provided, That plate or sheet or taggers iron or stee!, No. 10 wire-gauge, sheared or unsheared, and skelp by whatever name designated, other than the poliron or steel, sheared or rolled in grooves, valued at ished, planished, or glanced herein provided for, lc. tb or less, 5-10c. tb. (1440.) Valued above lc. which has been pickled or cleaned by acid, or by and not above 14-10c., 65-100c. Ib. (1/4c.) Val any other material or process, or which is cold. ued above 14-10c. and not abově 20., 8-10c. ib. rolled, smoothed only, not polished, shall pay 40. (144c.] Valued above 2c. and not above 30., 11-10c. Ib more duty than corresponding gauges of common
ib. (1/4c.] Valued above 3c, and not above 3c., or black sheet or taggers iron or steel. 11-10c. ib. (1/4c.] Valued above 3c, and not above Sheets or plates of iron or steel, or taggers iron or 70., 20. th. [4c.) Valued above 70. and not steel, coated with tin or lead, or with a mixture of above 10c., 2 8-10c ih, (144c.] Valued above which these metals or either of them is a component 100, and not above 13c., 3760. i. (174c.] Valued part, by the dipping or any other process, and comabove 13c., 45% ad val. Provided. That all plate inercially known as tin plates, terne plates, and iron or steel thinner than No. 10 wire-gauge shall taggers tin, lc. lb until July 1, 1891. pay duty as iron or steel sheets.
Steel ingots, cogged ingots, blooms and slabs, by Forgings of iron or steel, or forged iron and steel whatever process made; die blocks or blanke; billets combined, of whatever shape or stage of manufac and bars and tapered or beveled bars; steamer, ture, n s.p , 23-10c. ib. [2760.) Provided That po crank, and other shafts ; shafting; wrist or crank forgings of iron and steel or forgings of iron and pins: connecting-rods and piston-rods; pressed, steel combined, by whatever process made, shall pay sheered, or stamped shapes; saw-plates, wholly or a less rate of duty than 45 % ad val.
partially manufactured; hammer-molds or swaged Hoop or band or scroll or other iron or steel, val steel; gun-barrel molds not in bars; alloys used as ned at 30. tb or less, 8 in, or less in w., and less substitutes for steel tools; all descriptions and than 38 in, thick, and not thinner than No. 10 wire shapes of dry sand, loam, or iron molded steel castgauge, 1c. ib; thinner than No. 10 wire-gauge, ings; sheets and plates n.s.p., and steel in all forms and not thinner than No. 20 wire gauge, 1 1-100. and shapes n.s.p. -all of the above valued at lc. Ib
ib. (1 2-10c.) Thinner than No. 20 wire or less 4-10c. ib. [45%.] Valued above lc. and gauge, 1 3-10c. ib. [L 4-1.00.) Provided, That not above 14-10c., &c. * ib. [45%.] Valued above hoop or band iron, or hoop or band steel, cut to 14-10c. and not above 18-100., 8-10c fb. (45% ) length or wholly or partially manufactured into Valued above 1 8-10c. and not above 2 2-100., hoops or ties for baling purposes, barrel hoops of 9-10c. fb. (45%) Valued above 2 2-10c., and iron or steel, and hoop or band iron or hoop or band not above 3c., 12-10c. * Ib. (45%.] Valued above steel flared, splayed or punched, with or without 3c. and not above 4c., 16-10c. ib. (45%) buckles or fastenings, shall pay 2-10c. * tb more Valued above 4c. and not above 70., 2c fb. duty than that imposed on hoop or band iron or steel Valued above 7c. and not above 100., 2 8-10c, ib. from which they are made.
[234c.] Valued above 10c, and not above 130., 3% Railway-bars made of iron or steel, and railway
16. 1344c.] Valued above 13c. and not above 16c., bars made in part of steel, T-rails, and punched 49-100. D. [3/4c.] Valued above 16c., 7c. W tb. iron or steel flat rails, 6-10c. pb. (7-10c.)
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