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panes,

(e) Thirty-nine threads or more, N. W., kilo,

fifty-five cents.
(f) The same textiles, stamped, printed, or manu-

factured with dyed yarns: Dutiable as the

textile, with a surtax of forty per centum. 121. Textiles for counterpanes, N. W., kilo, twenty-four Counter

cents.
122. Piqués of all kinds. N. W., kilo, forty-five cents.
*123. Carded textiles in blankets and other articles :
(a) Unbleached or half bleached, N. W., kilo,

eight cents;
(b) Bleached or dyed in the piece, N. W., kilo,

fourteen cents;
(c) Stamped, printed, or manufactured with dyed

yarns, N. W., kilo, twenty cents.
NOTE.—Blankets in pairs, hemmed or bound,
and separate blankets, shall be considered as made-
up articles for the application of the correspond-

ing surtax. 124. Plushes, velvets, velveteens, and all pile fabrics, cut Plushes, etc.

or uncut, except towels, N. W., kilo, forty-seven

cents;
(a) Bath robes and towels manufactured with pile

warp, N. W., kilo, twenty-five cents. 125. Knitted goods, even with needlework: [Knitted Knit goods.

goods, mixed with other vegetable fibers, wool,
silk, or floss silk, shall respectively be dutiable
according to the coresponding numbers of

Class V, VI, and VII. (See rule five.)]
(a) In the piece, N. W., kilo, fifteen cents;
(b) Jerseys, undershirts, and drawers, N. W.,

kilo, thirty-five cents;
(c) Stockings, socks, gloves, and other small ar-

ticles, N. W., kilo, forty cents:
Provided, That none of the articles classified
under this paragraph shall pay a less rate of duty
than twenty-five per centum ad valorem.

NOTE.—The articles classified under this para-
graph shall have no surtax for the making up, but
shall be liable to such other surtaxes as may be

applicable.
126. Tulles of all widths: [When these articles are mixed Tulles.

in any proportion with linen or silk, they shall
respectively be included in the corresponding

numbers of Classes V and VI. (See rule five.)]
(a) Plain, N. W., kilo, seventy cents;
(b) Figured or embroidered on the loom, N. W.,

kilo, ninety-two cents. NOTE.—Tulles embroidered or figured after weaving, out of the loom, shall be dutiable under letter (a) of this paragraph with a surtax of sixty per centum.

*Amended, see note, page 205.

Laces, etc. 127. Laces and blondes of all kinds:

(a) Lace curtains, bedspreads, pillow shams, un

hemmed, hemmed, or bound, and other laces exceeding thirty-eigth centimeters in width,

N. W., kilo, ninety cents; (b) Laces not exceeding thirty-eight centimeters

in width, N. W., kilo, one dollar and twenty

five cents; (c) Laces less than twenty-five centimeters in

width, N. W., kilo, one dollar and forty

cents: Provided, That none of the articles classified under paragraphs one hundred and twenty-six and one hundred and twenty-seven shall pay a less rate

of duty than thirty per centum ad valorem. Carpets, etc. 128. Carpets of cotton, N. TV., kilo, fifteen cents.

129. Textiles called tapestry, for upholstering furniture

and for curtains, manufactured with dyed yarns;

table covers and counterpanes of the same kind,

- N. W., kilo, thirty-two cents. 130. Wicks for lamps, N. W., kilo, fifteen cents. 131. Trimmings of cotton, ribbons, and galloons [(See

rules seven and eleven.) Ribbons and galloons containing in any propor

tion threads of other vegetable fibers, wool, or silk, shall, respectively, be subject to the corresponding numbers of Classes V, VI, and VII.

(See rule six)], N. W., kilo, fifty-two cents; (a) Cotton tape, N. W., kilo, twenty-six cents:

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

than thirty per centum ad valorem. 132. Shoe and corset laces, N. W., kilo, thirty-five cents. 133. Rope and cordage, G. W., one hundred kilos, six

dollars. 134. Cinches and saddle girths, N. W., kilo, twenty-five

cents; (a) Ribbons or bands for the manufacture of the

same, N. W., kilo, twelve cents. 135. Caoutchouc and cotton textiles: (a) Waterproof or caoutchouc stuffs on cotton tex

tiles, N. W., kilo, fifteen cents; (b) Cotton elastic textiles manufactured with

threads of gum elastic, N. W., kilo, fortyfive cents.

ading mix) ), N. W kilo, twentyes clas

Class v. CLASS V.-HEMP, FLAX, ALOE, JUTE, AND OTHER VEGETABLE Hemp, flax, jute, etc.

FIBERS AND THEIR MANUFACTURES.

GROUP 1.–RAW AND SPUN. Raw and 136. Hemp, raw or hackled, N. W., one hundred kilos, one 138. Jute, aloe, and other vegetable fibers, N. W., one

Group 1.

dollar and ten cents. 137. Flax, raw or hackled, N. W., one hundred kilos, one

dollar and twenty-five cents.

spun.

hundred kilos, forty cents. 139. Yarn of hemp or fax, from eight lea and finer,

N. W., kilo, seven cents. 140. Yarn or jute, not finer than five lea, N. W., kilo, one

and one-half cents. 141. Yarn of hemp and flax, not finer than eight lea, and

yarn of jute, finer than five lea, inclusive, N. W.,

kilo, five cents.
142. Yarn of aloe and other vegetable fibers, not else-

where mentioned, up to number twelve, inclusive,
N. W., one hundred kilos, one dollar and fifty

cents.
143. The same, from number thirteen upward, N. W., one

hundred kilos, two dollars and seventy-five cents. 144. Threads, twines, cords, and yarns, twisted, of two or

more ends, netted hammocks and fishing nets,
and other similar manufactured articles, N. W.,

kilo, twenty-two and one-half cents.
145. Gunny bags, each, two cents.
146. Rope and cordage:
(a) Twine or rope yarn and cord; also cordage

and ropemakers' wares of hemp, flax, jute,
or other fibers, not exceeding three milli-
meters in thickness, G. W., one hundred

kilos, six dollars;
(b) Cordage and ropemakers' wares, of hemp,

flax, jute, or other fibers, exceeding three
millimeters in thickness, G. W., one hun-

dred kilos, six dollars.
By the cordage dutiable under this number shall
be understood yarn twisted in two or more strands,
ten meters of which shall weigh more than five
grams.

GROUP 2.—TEXTILES.

145: Rope anovine or emakers

Group 2.

RULE A. When the textiles included in the num- Textiles of bers of this group contain an admixture they shall, Rules of clasaccording to kind, be liable to the following sur- sification. taxes (see rules two to twelve, inclusive):

Textiles of hemp, jute, linen, ramie, or pita containing threads of wool, flock wool, hair, or their wastes, shall be liable to a surtax of forty per centum of the duties applicable thereto, provided that the number of these threads of wool, flock wool, hair, or their wastes, counted in the warp and weft, does not exceed one-fifth of the total number of threads composing the textile.

When the number of threads of wool, flock wool, hair, or their wastes, exceeds one-fifth of the total, the textiles shall be subject to the corresponding duties of group three, class six, as textiles mixed with wool.

2. Textiles of hemp, jute, linen, ramie, or pita containing threads of silk or floss silk shall be liable to a surtax of sixty per centum of the duties applicable thereto, provided that the number of these threads of silk or floss silk, counted in the warp and weft, does not exceed one-fifth of the total number of threads composing the textile.

When the number of silk or foss-silk threads exceeds one-fifth of the total, the textiles shall be subject to the corresponding duties of class seven.

3. Textiles of cotton containing an admixture of hemp, linen, ramie, jute, or other vegetable fibers, and at the same time threads of silk or floss silk, shall be dutiable according to the corresponding numbers of this group (see rule four, letter b), with a surtax of sixty per centum, provided that the number of silk or floss-silk threads, counted in the warp and weft, does not exceed onefifth of the total number of threads composing the textile.

When the number of threads of silk or floss silk exceeds one-fifth of the total, the textiles shall be subject to the corresponding duties of class seven.

The provisions of this rule shall not apply to knitted stuffs, tulles, laces, and blondes (see rule five), to ribbons (see rule six), or to trimmings (see rule seven).

RULE B. Articles included in this group which are within the undermentioned conditions shall be liable to the following surtaxes (rules two to twelve, inclusive):

(a) Textiles brochés or woven like brocades with silk or floss silk shall be liable to the duties leviable thereon, plus a surtax of thirty per centum;

(b) Textiles embroidered by hand or by machine after weaving or with application of trimmings, shall be liable to the duties leviable thereon, plus a surtax of thirty per centum.

Should the embroidery contain threads, purl, or spangles of common metals or of silver, the surtax shall amount to sixty per centum of the duties applicable to the textile.

When the threads, purl, or spangles are of gold, the surtax shall be one hundred per centum.

(c) Textiles and trimmings containing threads or purl of common metals or silver shall be liable to a surtax of fifty per centum of the duties leviable thereon.

When the threads or purl are of gold, the surtax shall amount to one hundred per centum.

(d) Textiles entirely or partially made up into sacks shall be liable to the duties applicable thereto, plus a surtax of fifteen per centum.

Embroidery, etc.

coarse.

Shawls called “mantones” and “panalones,” Shawls, etc. traveling rugs, sarongs, and “patadeones,” counterpanes, sheets, towels, tablecloths and napkins, mantles, veils, shawls, hemmed fichus, and handkerchiefs shall, for the making up, be liable to a surtax of thirty per centum of the duties leviable thereon.

Other made-up articles, wearing apparel and clothing of all kinds, except the articles provided for in paragraph one hundred and fifty-two, finished or half finished, cut, or simply basted, shall, for their total weight, be liable to the duties leviable on the principal component textile on their most visible exterior part, plus a surtax of one

hundred per centum. 147. Textiles of hemp, linen, ramie, jute, or other veg- Linen, etc.,

etable fibers, not specially mentioned, plain,
twilled, or damasked, weighing thirty-five kilo-
grams or more per one hundred square meters
(see rules seven and eleven), unbleached or dyed

in the piece, having:
(a) Up to ten threads, unbleached, used for bag-

ging and baling, N. W., kilo, two cents;
(b) Up to ten threads, for other purposes, N. W.,

kilo, four cents;
(c) From eleven to eighteen threads, N. W., kilo,

fourteen cents;
(d) Nineteen threads or more, N. W., kilo, seven-

teen cents;
(e) The same textiles, bleached, half-bleached, or

printed: Dutiable as the textile, with a sur

tax of fifteen per centum;
(f) The same textiles, manufactured with dyed

yarns: Dutiable as the textile, with a surtax

of twenty-five per centum.
148. Textiles, plain, twilled, or damasked, weighing from

twenty to thirty-five kilograms per one hundred
square meters, unbleached or dyed in the piece,
having:
(a) Up to ten threads, unbleached, used for bag-

ging and baling, N. W., kilo, four cents;
(b) Up to ten threads, for other purposes, N. W.,

kilo, nine cents;
(c) From eleven to eighteen threads, N. W., kilo,

thirteen cents;
(d) From nineteen to twenty-four threads, N. W.,

kilo, eighteen cents;
(e) From twenty-five to thirty threads, N. W.,

kilo, twenty-four cents;
(f) From thirty-one to thirty-eight threads, N.

W., kilo, thirty cents;
(g) Thirty-nine threads or more, N. W., kilo,

thirty-five cents;

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