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but not including any article printed in
whole or in part in metal leaf, N. W., kilo,

five cents;
(b) Of four to seven printings, inclusive (bronze

printing to be counted as three printings),
but not including any article printed in
whole or in part in metal leaf, N. W., kilo,

twenty cents;
(c) Of eight to thirteen printings, inclusive

(bronze printing to be counted as three
printings), but not including any article
printed in whole or in part in metal leaf,

N. W., kilo, forty cents;
(d) Of more than thirteen printings (bronze

printing to be counted as three printings),
including all articles printed in whole or in
part in metal leaf, N. W., kilo, eighty cents.

GROUP 4.-WALL PAPER.

Group 4.

Wall paper.

184. Wall paper, printed:
(a) On natural ground, N. W., one hundred kilos,

two dollars;
(b) On dull or glazed ground, in W., one hundred

kilos, four dollars;
(c) With gold, silver, wool or glass, N. W., one

hundred kilos, ten dollars.

GROUP 5.—PASTEBOARD AND VARIOUS PAPER.

Group 5.

etc.

185. Sand, emery, and glass paper, N. W., one hundred Pastebo a rd,

kilos, one dollar and seventy-five cents. 186. Blotting paper, N. W., one hundred kilos, two dol

lars.
187. Copying and stereotype paper, paper known as bib-

ulous paper, tissue paper, pottery paper, letter-
press copying books, surface-coated papers of all
kinds, plain basic photographic papers for al-
buminizing, sensitizing or baryta coating and
drawing and tracing paper; crepe, filter, and
gum paper, Chinese mulberry and lucky papers
and all paper not specially provided for in this

tariff, N. W., kilo, four cents;
(a) Albumen paper, N. W., kilo, ten cents;
(b) Sensitized paper, N. W., kilo, thirty cents;

(c) Carbon paper, N. W., kilo, twenty cents.
188. Cigarette paper, printed or unprinted :
(a) Cigarette paper, printed or unprinted, in

books, N. W., kilo, twenty cents;
(b) In rolls, reams, or other forms, N. W., one

hundred kilos, nine dollars.

M a nu f a tures.

189. Pasteboard in sheets:
(a) Cardboard paper and fine glazed or pressed

cardboard, N. W., one hundred kilos, three

dollars; (b) Other pasteboard, N. W., one hundred kilos,

one dollar. Manufa e- 190. Manufactures of pasteboard and cardboard, and

manufactures of paper not otherwise provided

for; (a) Pasteboard and cardboard, cut out, punched,

or perforated, but not further elaborated, such as photograph mounts, neither embossed nor printed; visiting cards, neither engraved nor printed; button cards, punched, but not further elaborated; cards for card indexes; and similar manufactures of paste

board and cardboard, N. W., kilo, four cents; (b) Boxes, not fancy, of common pasteboard or

cardboard, covered or lined, with surfacecoated or glazed paper, and photograph mounts, embossed or printed, N. W., kilo,

ten cents; (c) Boxes of common pasteboard or cardboard,

unlined or covered or lined with common

paper, N. W., kilo, five cents; All other manufactures of pasteboard, cardboard, and paper not specially provided for in which pasteboard, cardboard, or paper is the material of chief value, such as fancy boxes, letter files, Chinese joss money, and Chinese and Japanese lanterns, N. W., kilo,

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

than twenty per centum ad valorem. 191. Paste and carton pierre: (a) Unwrought, N. W., one hundred kilos, two

dollars; (b) Wrought, finished or not, including moldings,

N. W., kilo, fifteen cents.

Proviso. Minimum.

Class IX.... Class IX.—WOOD AND OTHER VEGETABLE MATERIALS EMWood, etc., used in 'indus- PLOYED IN INDUSTRY, AND ARTICLES MANUFACTURED try, etc.

THEREFROM. Group 1.

GROUP 1.—WOOD.

Boards, etc. 192. Ordinary wood:

(a) In boards, deals, rafters, beams, round wood,

and timber for shipbuilding, cubic meter,

fifty cents; (b) Planed or dovetailed for boxes and flooring,

cubic meter, sixty-five cents;

(c) Cases wherein imported goods are regularly

and usually packed, G. W., one hundred

kilos, fifteen cents.
193. Fine wood for cabinetmakers:
(a) In boards, deals, trunks, or logs, G. W., one

hundred kilos, fifty cents;
(b) Sawn in veneers, G. W., one hundred kilos, one

dollar.
194. Coopers' wares:
(a) Fitted together, G. W., one hundred kilos,

sixty cents;
(b) In shooks or staves, also hoops and headings,

G. W., one hundred kilos, thirty cents;
(c) Wood cut for making hogsheads or casks for

sugar or molasses, G. W., one hundred kilos,

ten cents;
(d) Latticework and fencing, G. W., one hundred

kilos, twenty cents;
(e) Handles for tools and implements, G. W., one

hundred kilos, one dollar.
GROUP 2.-FURNITURE, AND MANUFACTURES OF WOOD.

Group 2. 195. Common wood manufactured into furniture and Furniture,

other articles of all kinds not specially provided
for, whether turned, painted, varnished, or not,
but not inlaid, veneered, carved, or upholstered,
covered or lined with stuffs or leather, N. W., one

hundred kilos, two dollars and fifty cents.
196. Fine wood manufactured into furniture and other

articles of all kinds not specially provided for,
whether turned, painted, varnished, polished, or
not, or upholstered, carved, or lined with stuffs, ex-
cept silk (pure or mixed) or leather, and common
wood manufactured into furniture, and other ar-
ticles not specially provided for, veneered with fine
wood, or upholstered, covered, or lined with stuffs,
except silk (pure or mixed) or leather, N. W., one

hundred kilos, seven dollars and fifty cents.
197. Common or fine wood, manufactured into furniture,

and other articles of all kinds not specially pro-
vided for, gilt, carved, inlaid, veneered with metal,
ornamented with metal, or upholstered, covered or
lined with silk (pure or mixed), or leather, N. W.,

one hundred kilos, twelve dollars and fifty cents. 198. Furniture of bent wood, N. W., one hundred kilos,

six dollars. 199. Barbers' and dentists' chairs and bar fixtures, N. W.,

one hundred kilos, eleven dollars.
200. Billiard tables and all parts thereof and appurte-

nances, except cloth, chalk, and balls, N. W., one
hundred kilos, ten dollars:

Provided, That none of the articles classified
under paragraphs one hundred and ninety-five,
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one hundred and ninety-six, one hundred and ninety-seven, one hundred and ninety-eight, one hundred and ninety-nine, and two hundred shall pay a less rate of duty than twenty-five per centum

ad valorem. Group 3.

GROUP 3.–VARIOUS. Charcoal, etc. 201. Charcoal, firewood, and other vegetable fuels, G. W.,

one hundred kilos, fifteen cents. Cork, etc. 202. Cork:

(a) In the rough or in boards, G. W., one hundred

kilos, one dollar and forty cents; (b) Manufactured, N. W., one hundred kilos, ten

dollars. : 203. Rushes, vegetable hair, cane, osiers, fine straw, palm,

genista, esparto, and other analogous materials, unmanufactured, N. W., one hundred kilos, one dollar

and twenty cents. 204. The same, in wickerwork or furniture, N. W., one

hundred kilos, eight dollars; (a) In other articles not specially provided for, N.

W., one hundred kilos, ten dollars.

Animals.

Class X. CLASS X.-ANIMALS AND ANIMAL WASTES EMPLOYED IN Animals and animal wastes,

INDUSTRY. etc. Group 1.

GROUP 1.—ANIMALS. 205. Horses and mares:

(a) Horses, gelded, each, ten dollars;

(b) Other horses and mares, each, five dollars.
206. Mules, each, five dollars.
207. Asses, each, five dollars.
208. Bovine animals: .

(a) Oxen, each, two dollars;
(b) Bulls and cows, each, one dollar and fifty

cents;
(c) Calves and heifers, each, one dollar:

Provided, That articles classified under letter (b) of paragraph two hundred and five and under paragraphs two hundred and seven and two hundred and eight shall be admitted free of duty

until January first, nineteen hundred and nine. 209. Pigs, each, one dollar. 210. Sucking pigs, each, twenty-five cents. 211. Sheep, goats, and animals not specially mentioned,

each, fifty cents.

212. Live birds, excluding poultry, each, fifteen cents. Group 2. GROUP 2.—HIDES, SKINS, AND LEATHER WARES. · Hides, skins, 213. Pelts, in their natural state or dressed for trimmings,

G. W., kilo, one dollar. 214. Hides and skins, green, or not tanned, G. W., one

hundred kilos, one dollar and fifty cents;

Proviso. Minimum.

and leather wares.

(a) The same, wet salted, G. W., one hundred

kilos, seventy-five cents;
(b) The same, dry salted, G. W., one hundred

kilos, one dollar.
215. Hides tanned with the hair on, G. W., kilo, ten cents.
216. Hides tanned without the hair:
(a) Cow, and other hides, whole, G. W., kilo,

ten cents;
(b) Other, and backs of large hides, G. W., kilo,

twenty-five cents.
217. Ilides and skins curried, dyed or not:

(a) Sheepskins (basils), N. W., kilo, fifteen cents;
(b) Calf or goat skins, N. W., kilo, fifteen cents;
(c) Kid, lamb, or young calf skins, N. W., kilo,

twenty-five cents;
(d) Cow, and other large hides, whole, N. W., kilo,

fifteen cents;
(e) Backs of large hides, and skins not specially

mentioned, N. W., kilo, twenty cents.
218. Hides and skins, varnished, satiny, grained, dulled,

and hides and skins with figures, engravings, or
embossed, N. W., kilo, twenty-five cents.

Leather cut out for boots and shoes or other arti-
cles shall pay twenty per centum additional to the

duty on the material. 219. Chamois leather or parchment, of all kinds, and gilt Cha mois

or bronzed hides and skins, N. W., kilo, forty"

cents. 220. Gloves of all kinds in which leather is the component Gloves.

material of chief value, per pair, ten cents:

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

than twenty per centum ad valorem. 221. Shoes of cowhide and similar leather and canvas:

Shoes.
(a) For men, size numbered five and one-half or

larger, per pair, ten cents;
(b) For boys, smaller than size numbered five and

one-half, per pair, five cents;
(c) For women, size numbered two and one-half

or larger, per pair, eight cents;
(d) For girls, smaller than size numbered two and

one-half, per pair, five cents; (e) For babies, per pair, five cents. 222. Shoes of patent and similar leather and of imitation P a tent

patent leather:
(a) For men, size numbered five and one-half or

larger, per pair, forty cents;
(b) For boys, smaller than size numbered five and

one-half, per pair, thirty cents;
(c) For women, size numbered two and one-half

or larger, per pair, thirty-five cents;
(d) For girls, smaller than size numbered two and

one-half, per pair, thirty cents;
(e) For babies, per pair, ten cents.

leather.

Minimum.

Cowhide.

leather, etc.

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