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73. Zinc, lead, and other metals, not specially mentioned, etZinc, lead,

as well as their alloys:
(a) In lumps or ingots, Ġ. W., one hundred kilos,

fifty cents.
(b) In bars, sheets, pipes, and wire, including shot,

G. W., one hundred kilos, seventy-five cents;
(c) Articles bronze gilt or nickeled, except when

exclusively used for sanitary construction,

N. W., kilo, fifty cents;
(d) Articles bronze gilt or nickeled, when used ex-

clusively for sanitary construction, N. W.,

kilo, twenty cents;
(e) Zinc nails and tacks, neither bronze gilt nor

nickeled, N. W., kilo, six cents;
(f) In other articles, including type, N. W., kilo,

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

Minimum.

GROUP 6.—WASTES AND SCORIÆ.

Group 6.

scoriæ.

74. Filings, shavings, cuttings of iron or steel, and other wastes and

wastes of cast iron or from the manufacture of
common metals, fit only for resmelting, G. W., one

hundred kilos, fifteen cents.
75. Scoriæ resulting from the smelting of ores, G. W., one

hundred kilos, three cents.

CLASS III.-SUBSTANCES EMPLOYED IN PHARMACY AND Class III.

Drugs and CHEMICAL INDUSTRIES, AND PRODUCTS COMPOSED OF THESE chemicals. SUBSTANCES.

GROUP 1.-SIMPLE DRUGS.

Group 1.

76. Oleaginous seed, copra, or cocoanuts; G. W., one hun- Simple drugs.

dred kilos, sixty cents. 77. Resins and gums: (a) Colophony, Burgundy, and similar pitch and

Stockholm tar, G. W., one hundred kilos,

twenty-five cents;
(b) Spirits of turpentine, N. W., one hundred

kilos, one dollar and seventy-five cents;
(c) Caoutchouc and gutta-percha, raw or melted

in lumps, G. W., one hundred kilos, three

dollars;
78. Camphor (raw), aloes, extract of licorice, and other

similar vegetable juices not specially provided for,
N. W., one hundred kilos, five dollars;

(a) Camphor, refined, N. W., kilo, fifteen cents.
79. Tan bark, G. W., one hundred kilos, ten cents.
80. Opium:

Opium. (a) Crude, N. W., kilo, four dollars;

Provisos.

Prohibition authorized.

after March 1, 1908, unlawful.

(b) The same manufactured or prepared for smok

ing or other purposes, N. W., kilo, five do!

lars: Provided, howerer, That the Philippine Commission or any subsequent Philippine legislature shall have the power to enact legislation to prohibit absolutely the importation or sale of opium, or to limit or restrict its importation and sale, or adopt such other measures as may be required for the sup

pression of the evils resulting from the sale and use Importation of the drug: And provided further, That after

March first, nineteen hundred and eight, it shall be unlawful to import into the Philippine Islands opium, in whatever form, except by the Government, and for medicinal purposes only, and at no time shall it be lawful to sell opium to any native of the Philippine Islands except for medicinal pur

poses. 81. Drugs, such as barks, beans, berries, buds, bulbs, and

bulbous roots, fruits, flowers, dried fibers, grains, herbs, leaves, lichens, mosses, stems, vegetables, seeds aromatic, and seeds of morbid growth, weeds, and other similar vegetable products; any of the foregoing which are drugs and not edible and are in a crude state, not specially provided for, and not in the form of a pharmaceutical product or preparation, N. W., one hundred

kilos, two dollars and fifty cents;

(a) Ginseng root, N. W., kilo, two dollars. 82. Animal products employed in medicine not specially

mentioned, N. W., one hundred kilos, three doilars:

Provided, That none of the articles classified under paragraphs eighty-one and eighty-two shall pay a less rate of duty than twenty per centum ad valorem.

Group 2.

GROUP 2.—COLORS, DYES, AND VARNISHES.

Colors, dyes, 83. Natural colors (ochers, and so forth), in powder or and varnishes.

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

NOTE.—Natural colors prepared in paste, oil, or water shall be dutiable under paragraph eighty

four (d). 84. Artificial colors of metallic bases: (a) White and red lead in powder or lumps, N. W.,

one hundred kilos, one dollar; (b) White and red lead prepared in the paste, oil,

or water, also putty, N. W., one hundred

kilos, three dollars. (c) Other artificial colors of metallic bases, in

powder or lumps, N. W., one hundred kilos, two dollars;

(d) Other artificial or natural colors prepared in

paste or ready for use in oil, water, varnish,
or turpentine, N. W., one hundred kilos, five

dollars.
85. Other artificial colors in powder, crystals, lumps, or

paste, N. W., kilo, fifteen cents;
(a) Printing and lithographic inks, including dry

colors for the same not specially provided
for; also bituminous paints made from min-
eral pitch or coal tar (not anilin dyes),

N. W., one hundred kilos, two dollars;
(b) Writing and drawing inks, N. W., one hun-

dred kilos, four dollars;
(c) Lead, colored, and indelible pencils, and char-

coal pencils for drawing, N. W., kilo, fifteen

cents: Provided, That none of the articles classified Prorisos.

Minimum. under paragraphs eighty-four and eighty-five shall pay a less rate of duty than fifteen per centum ad

valorem.
86. Natural dyes:
(a) Woods, barks, roots, and so forth, for dyeing,

G. W., one hundred kilos, twenty cents;
(b) Madder or rubian, G. W., one hundred kilos,

two dollars and twenty-five cents;
(c) Indigo and cochineal, G. W., kilo, ten cents.
87. Artificial dyes:
(a) Extracts from logwood, orchilla, and other

dyeing extracts, N. W., one hundred kilos,

one dollar;
(b) Colors derived from coal, and all other chem-

ical dye colors not specially provided for,

N. W. kilo, fifteen cents. 88. Varnishes, N. W., one hundred kilos, four dollars :

Provided, That none of the articles classified under this paragraph shall pay a less rate of duty

than fifteen per centum ad valorem.
89. Blacking of all kinds; graphite and manufactures of

graphite of all kinds; polishing, dressing, cleans-
ing, and preserving preparations for shoes or
leather; bone and lamp blacks of all kinds, N. W.,
one hundred kilos, three dollars.

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Minimum.

GROUP 3.

-CHEMICAL AND PHARMACEUTICAL PRODUCTS.

Group 3.

90. Simple bodies: (a) Sulphur, G. W., one hundred kilos, fifteen Chemical and

pharmaceutical cents;

products. (b) Bromine, boron, iodine, and phosphorus, N.

W., kilo, eighteen cents.
91. Inorganic acids:
(a) Hydrochloric, boric, nitric, and sulphuric

acid; also aqua regia, G. W., one hundred
kilos, twenty cents;

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Provis os.
Minimum.

Minimum.

(b) Liquid carbonic acid, N. W., one hundred

kilos, five dollars; (c) Other, N. W., one hundred kilos, five dollars.

Provided, That none of the articles classified under letter (c) of this paragraph shall pay a less

rate of duty than fifteen per centum ad valorem. 92. Organic acids: (a) Oxalic, citric, tartaric, and carbolic, G. W.,

one hundred kilos, one dollar; (b) Oleic, stearic, palmitic, G. W., one hundred

kilos, one dollar and forty cents; (c) Acetic, G. W., one hundred kilos, six dollars; (d) Other, N. W., one hundred kilos, five dolars:

Provided, That none of the articles classified under letter (d) of this paragraph shall pay a less

rate of duty than fifteen per centum ad valorem. 93. Oxides and hydroxides of potassium, sodium, and

other caustic alkalies and barilla, including aqua ammonia, G. W., one hundred kilos, twenty-five

cents. 94. Inorganic salts: (a) Chloride of sodium (common salt), crude,

G. W., one hundred kilos, twenty cents; (b) Chloride of sodium (common salt), ground,

powdered, or otherwise manufactured, G.

W., one hundred kilos, fifty cents; (c) Chloride of potassium; sulphates of sodium,

iron or magnesium, carbonate of magnesium, alum, G. W., one hundred kilos, forty

five cents; (d) Sulphate of ammonium; phosphates and

superphosphates of lime, nitrates of potassium and sodium, G. W., one hundred kilos,

three cents; (e) Ammonium carbonate, ammonium chloride,

copper nitrate, copper sulphate, copper oxide, chloride of lime (bleaching powder). sulphate of potassium, hyposulphite of sodium, borax, and sal soda, also calcium carbide, G. W., one hundred kilos, seventy

five cents; (f) Chlorates of sodium and potassium, G. W..

one hundred kilos, one dollar and eighty

cents; (g) Bicarbonate of sodium, G. W., one hundred

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kilos, one dollar; (h) Other, N. W., one hundred kilos, two dollars;

Provided, That none of the articles classified under letter (h) of this paragraph shall pay a less

rate of duty than fifteen per centum ad valorem. 95. Organic salts: (a) Acetates and oxalates, G. W., one hundred

kilos, two dollars and fifty cents;

Minimum.

(b) Citrates and tartrates, N. W., one hundred

kilos, three dollars;
NOTE.—No acid or double salts shall be dutiable

under this paragraph.
96. Alkaloids and their salts, except those of cinchona

bark; chlorides of gold, silver, and platinum, N.

W., kilo, six dollars and seventy-five cents. 97. Chemical products not specially mentioned, N. W.,

kilo, two cents. 98. Pills (except quinine pills), capsules or medicinal

drázhā'z and the like, N. W., kilo, twenty-five

cents.
99. Pharmaceutical products not specially provided for,

including Chinese and other similar medical
preparations, and materials used exclusively
therefor not specially provided for; aseptic and
antiseptic surgical dressings, and catgut, silk,
and similar ligatures for surgical use, N.W., kilo,

twenty-five cents;
(a) Absorbent cotton, not medicated, N. W., kilo,

ten cents:
Prorided, That none of the articles classified
under paragraphs ninety-seven, ninety-eight, and
ninety-nine shall pay a less rate of duty than fif-
teen per centum ad valorem.

Minimum.

GROUP 4.-Oils, FATS, WAX, AND THEIR DERIVATIVES.

Group 4.

wax, etc.

100. Vegetable oils:
(a) Solid (cocoanut, palm, and so forth), G. W., Oils, fats,

one hundred kilos, one dollar;
(b) Liquid, not specially provided for, and not in

the form of a pharmaceutical productor
preparation, G. W., one hundred kilos, one

dollar and twenty-five cents.
101. Animal oils and animal fats:
(a) Cod-liver oil and other medicinal oils not re-

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

and fifty cents;
(b) Cod-liver oil and other medicinal oils refined,

but not in the form of a pharmaceutical
product or preparation, G. W., one hundred

kilos, five dollars;
(c) Glycerin, olein, stearin, and spermaceti, crude,

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

forty cents;
(d) Other crude oils and fats, G. W., one hundred

kilos, fifty cents;
(e) Other refined oils and fats not specially pro-

vided for, G. W., one hundred kilos, three
dollars.

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