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8. Crude oils derived from schists, including crude petro

leum and axle grease for cars and carts, G. W.,
one hundred kilos, ten cents;

Crude mineral oils mixed with crude animal oils,
as well as crude mineral oils mixed with crude
vegetable oils when these oils are exclusively des-
tined to lubricating machinery, are likewise dutia-

ble according to this number. 9. Petroleum and other mineral oils, rectified or refined,

intended for illumination or lubrication, N. W.,

one hundred kilos, one dollar and twenty-five cents. 10. Benzine, and mineral oils not specially mentioned, in

cluding vaseline, G. W., one hundred kilos, one dol-
lar and twenty-five cents.

(a) Gasoline, G. W., one hundred kilos, sixty-
five cents.

All mineral oils not having the properties described in paragraph (a) of rule six of the rules for this group shall be considered as refined.

GROUP 4.-ORES.

Group 4.

11. Ores other than copper, gold, and silver, G. W., one thousand kilos, twenty-five cents.

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GROUP 5.-CRYSTAL AND GLASS.

Group 5.

lars;

12. Common or ordinary hollow glassware, G. W., one Crystal and

hundred kilos, eighty cents.
(a) Siphons for aerated waters, G. W., one hun-

dred kilos, two dollars and eighty cents.
13. Crystal, and glass imitating crystal:
(a) Articles cut, engraved, painted, enameled, or

gilt, G. W., one hundred kilos, twelve dol(b) The same, neither cut, engraved, painted, en

ameled, nor gilt, G. W., one hundred kilos,

five dollars and sixty cents;
(c) Lamp chimneys of all kinds, per one hundred

chimneys, twenty-five cents.
NOTE.—Decanters, glasses, tumblers, cups, gob-
lets, saucers, plates, dishes, pitchers, bowls, candle-
sticks, pillar-lamps, bracket-lamps, and other ar-
ticles of table service and lighting, white or col-
ored, and statuettes, flower stands, vases, urns, and
similar articles for toilet purposes or house decora-

tion are included in this paragraph.
14. Plate glass or plate crystal:
(a) Slabs for paving or roofing, G. W., one hun-

dred kilos, one dollar and sixty-five cents;
(b) For windows or in other articles, provided

that they are neither polished, beveled, en-
graved, nor annealed, G. W., one hundred

kilos, two dollars and twenty cents;
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(c) Window glass set in lead; frosted pane glass,

plain or in design; and plate glass polished, beveled or not, G. W., one hundred kilos,

four dollars and fifty cents; (d) Articles engraved or enameled, G. W., one

hundred kilos, ten dollars. 15. Mirrors and looking glasses of glass and crystal: (a) Common mirrors not exceeding two milli

meters in thickness, G. W., kilo, four cents; (b) Other mirrors, not beveled, G. W., kilo, seven

cents; (c) Beveled mirrors, G. W., kilo, twelve cents. 16. Other articles and manufactures of glass: (a) All kinds of spectacles, eye-glasses, and gog

gles, and glasses for same, per dozen,

twenty-five cents; (b) Other articles, neither cut, engraved, painted,

enameled, nor gilt, G. W., one hundred

kilos, four dollars; (c) The same, either cut, engraved, painted, en

ameled, or gilt, G. W., one hundred kilos,

eight dollars. NOTE. —Washbowls, wash basins, soap dishes, toothbrush holders, and washstand pitchers are included in this number.

Provided, That none of the articles classified under paragraphs thirteen and sixteen shall pay a less rate of duty than thirty per centum ad valorem, and none of the articles classified under paragraphs twelve, fourteen, and fifteen shall pay a less rate of duty than twenty per centum ad valorem.

Proviso.
Minimum.

Group 6.

GROUP 6.—POTTERY, EARTHENWARE, AND PORCELAIN.

earthenware,

Pottery, 17. Common clay: and porcelain. (a) In common bricks, fire bricks, and squares,

unglazed, for building and industrial purposes, G. W., one thousand kilos, thirty

cents; (b) Pressed, vitrified, or glazed bricks or squares,

G. W., one thousand kilos, sixty cents; (c) In tubes or pipes, not varnished, vitrified or

glazed, for building or drainage purposes,

G. W., one hundred kilos, ten cents; (d) In tubes or pipes, varnished, glazed, or vit

rified, for industrial or drainage purposes,

G. W., one hundred kilos, twenty cents. 18. Ceramic tiles: (a) Varnished, vitrified, or not, plain and undec

orated, G. W., one hundred kilos, thirtytwo cents;

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(b) The same, glazed, ornamented, or decorated,

G. W., one hundred kilos, one dollar and

twenty cents. 19. Earthen and stone ware: (a) Household or kitchen utensils, except dishes or

tableware, not gilt, painted, or ornamented in relief, G. W., one hundred kilos, sixty

four cents; (b) Dishes, tableware, or other articles' not spe

cially provided for, not gilt, painted, or ornamented in relief, G. W., one hundred

kilos, one dollar and sixty cents; (c) Flowerpots of common earthenware and com

mon bottles of the same, G. W., one hundred

Provisos.
Minimum.

kilos, eighty cents;
(d) Articles not specially provided for, gilt,

painted, or ornamented in relief, G. W., one

hundred kilos, four dollars and forty cents. 20. Faïence, not specially provided for: (a) Neither painted, gilt, nor ornamented in relief,

G. W., one hundred kilos, two dollars and

eighty cents;
(b) Gilt, painted, or with ornaments in relief,

G. W., one hundred kilos, five dollars:
Provided, That none of the articles classified
under this paragraph shall pay a less rate of duty

than sixty per centum ad valorem.
21. Porcelain, in dishes or hollow ware and all other arti-

cles not specially provided for:
(a) Neither painted, gilt, nor ornamented in relief,

G. W., one hundred kilos, four dollars;
(b) Painted, gilt, ornamented in relief, or with let-

ters in relief, G. W., one hundred kilos, six

dollars;
(c) Ordinary clear white, transparent or not, which

on fracture appears to be of a bluish gray
tint, evidencing that it was manufactured
from an inferior raw material only, not
painted, gilt, ornamented in relief, or with
letters in relief, G. W., one hundred kilos,

one dollar and sixty cents:
Provided, That none of the articles classified Minimum.
under letters (a) and (b) of this paragraph shall
pay a less rate of duty than sixty per centum ad

valorem. 22. Porcelain, plain, in door knobs and similar articles,

not decorated, not specially provided for, G. W.,

one hundred kilos, four dollars;
(a) The same wares, gilt, painted, or with orna-

ments in relief, G. W., one hundred kilos,

eight dollars.
23. Statuettes, flower stands, vases, high and bas reliefs,

articles for toilet purposes and house decoration,
all of said articles of clay, faïence, stoneware,

Minimum.

porcelain or bisque; bowls for opium pipes and cloisonné vases, N. W., kilo, twenty-five cents:

Provided, That none of the articles classified under this paragraph shall pay a less rate of duty than sixty per centum ad valorem.

Group 7.

GROUP 7.-PRECIOUS STONES, PEARLS AND IMITATIONS OF

THE SAME, UNSET.

etc.

Precio u s 24. Precious stones and doublets, unset: Ad valorem, stones, pearls,

fifteen per cent. 25. Pearls, unset, fifteen per centum ad valorem. 26. Imitations of precious stones and of pearls, unset,

fifteen per centum ad valorem.

Class II.
Metals.

CLASS II.-METALS AND ALL MANUFACTURES IN WHICH A

METAL ENTERES AS A PRINCIPAL ELEMENT.

Group 1.

GROUP 1.—GOLD, SILVER, AND PLATINUM, AND ALLOYS OF

THESE METALS, AND GOLD AND SILVER PLATE.

Gold, silver, 27. Gold and platinum or alloys thereof: platinum, etc.

(a) In jewelry, plate, and goldsmiths' wares, not

otherwise provided for, N. W., hectog, twelve

dollars and fifty cents; (b) Same set with pearls or precious stones, not

otherwise provided for, N. W., hectog,

twenty-five dollars; (c) Same set with doublets, imitation precious

stones, or imitation pearls, N. W., hectog,

seventeen dollars and fifty cents; (d) Same manufactured into articles other than

jewelry or plate, except as otherwise spe

cially provided, N. W., hectog, three dollars. 28. Silver: (a) In jewelry, plate, and toilet articles, not set

with pearls or precious stones, or imitation pearls or imitation precious stones, N. W.,

hectog, one dollar; (b) In jewelry, plate, toilet articles, and all manu

factures of silver, set with pearls or precious stones, N. W., hectog, fifteen dollars and fifty

cents; (c) In jewelry, plate, toilet articles, and all manu

factures of silver, set with imitation pearls or imitation precious stones, N. W., hectog,

eight dollars; (d) Other articles and manufactures of silver, not

specially provided for, including toilet articles and plate composed in part of glass, porcelain, clay, steel, or common metal, of which the material of chief value is silver; also silver manufactured for dentists when not in sheets; solder and silver foil, N. W., hectog, forty cents.

Provisos. Minimum.

29. Gold and silver plated wares:
(a) Gold and silver plated jewelry, N. W., kilo,

two dollars and forty cents;
(b) Gold and silver plated wares other than jew-

elry, N. W., kilo, two dollars:
Provided, That none of the articles classified
under paragraphs twenty-seven, twenty-eight, and
twenty-nine shall pay à less rate of duty than
twenty-five per centum ad valorem: And provided
further, That all articles classified for duty under Net weight
paragraphs twenty-seven, twenty-eight, and and packing.
twenty-nine shall pay the prescribed rates on the
net weight of the articles themselves, and that the
immediate packing in which they are contained
shall be assessed for duty under the paragraph
covering the article of which it is manufactured.

GROUP 2.-CAST IRON.

Group 2.

Cast iron.

Articles of malleable cast iron are dutiable as

manufactures of wrought iron.
30. Pigs, G. W., one hundred kilos, ten cents;
31. Articles not coated or ornamented with another metal

or porcelain, neither polished nor turned :
(a) Bars, beams, plates, grates for furnaces, col-

umns, and pipes, G. W., one hundred kilos,

thirty-five cents;
(b) Lubricating boxes for railway trucks and car-

riages, and railway chairs, G. W., one hun

dred kilos, thirty cents;
(c) Articles, other, not elsewhere mentioned, G.

W., one hundred kilos, seventy-five cents. 32. Articles of all kinds not coated or ornamented with

another metal or porcelain, either polished or
turned, N. W., one hundred kilos, one dollar and

twenty cents.
33. Articles of all kinds, enameled, bronze, gilt, tinned,

or coated, or with ornaments, borders, or parts
of other metals (gold or silver excepted), or
combined with glass or ceramic ware, N. W., one
hundred kilos, two dollars :

Provided, That none of the articles classified
under paragraphs thirty-two and thirty-three shall Minimum.
pay a less rate of duty than fifteen per centum ad
valorem.

Proviso.

GROUP 3.-WROUGHT IRON AND STEEL.

Group 3.

and steel.

34. Iron, soft or wrought, in ingots or “tochos," steel in Wrought iron

ingots, G. W., one hundred kilos, twenty-four cents. 35. Wrought iron or steel, rolled:

(a) Rails, G. W., one hundred kilos, thirty cents;

Bent rails, or rails screwed or bolted together in

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