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Calfskin.

Gaiters.

* 223. Shoes or gaiters of calfskin, with elastic or but

tons or for lacing: (a) For men, size numbered five and one-half or

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

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

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

one-half, per pair, twenty cents; (e) For babies, per pair, five cents. 224. Gaiters of patent or similar leather and of imitation

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.

NOTE.—The sizes of shoes and gaiters referred to in the above paragraphs are of the American

standard. * 225. Other boots and shoes, fancy, per pair, fifty cents; (a) Other boots and shoes not specially provided

for, per pair, thirty cents.
226. Riding boots, per pair, one dollar.
227. Sandals:

(a) Of leather, per pair, fifteen cents;
(b) Of other materials, and common shoes worn

by the Chinese, per pair, ten cents;
(c) Spanish alpargatas, with hemp or corded soles,

per pair, five cents. Saddlery and 228. Saddlery and harness :

(a) Draft harness, and parts, other than for car

riages, N. W., kilo, fifteen cents; (b) Carriage harness and parts, N. W., kilo, thirty

cents; (c) Other saddlery and harness makers' wares, in

cluding saddles, valises, hat boxes, and traveling bags, wholly or in part of leather,

N. W., kilo, thirty cents. 229. Other manufactures of leather or covered with

leather, not specially provided for, N. W.,

kilo, forty cents;

(a) Leather belting, N. W., kilo, twenty-five cents: Proviso.

Provided, That none of the articles classified under paragraphs two hundred and twenty-eight

harness.

Minimum.

*Amended, see note, page 208.

or two hundred and twenty-nine shall pay a less
rate of duty than twenty per centum ad valorem.

GROUP C.-VARIOUS,

Group 3.

Miscellaneous.

Minimum.

230. Feathers for ornaments, in their natural state or

manufactured, N. W., kilos, two dollars and fifty
cents:

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

than sixty per centum ad valorem. 231. Feather dusters, N. W., kilo, thirty cents; (a) Other feathers and manufactures of feathers

not specially provided for, N. W., kilo,

sixty cents. 232. Stuffed or mounted birds or animals not specially

provided for in paragraph three hundred and

eighty-nine, N. W., kilo, one dollar. 233. Intestines, dried, N. W., kilo, two dollars. 234. Animal wastes, unmanufactured, not specially men

tioned, G. W., one hundred kilos, fifty cents.

Class XI.-INSTRUMENTS, MACHINERY, AND APPARATUS Class XI.

Instruments, EMPLOYED IN MUSIC, AGRICULTURE, INDUSTRY, AND LOCO

etc. MOTION.

GROUP 1.-MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS, CLOCKS AND WATCHES.

Group 1.

235. Pianos:
(a) Concert grand, each, one hundred dollars;

Musical in

struments b) Ordinary grand, each, seventy-five dollars; clocks, and (c) Concert upright, square, each, fifty dollars;

watches.
(d), Ordinary upright, square, each, thirty dollars.
236. Harmoniums and cabinet organs, each, ten dollars.
237. Mechanical music boxes:
(a) Playing three airs or less, each, seventy-five

cents;
(b) Playing more than three airs, each, two dol-

lars and fifty cents.
Other musical instruments shall be dutiable ac-
cording to the principal component part thereof,
and, in addition thereto, a surtax of one hundred

per centum.
238. Watches, watch cases of all kinds, watch movements,

and parts of watches, twenty per centum ad va-
lorem;
(a) Parts of watches and clocks commonly known

as watch and clock materials and suitable
for repairs only, including watch crystals,

twenty per centum ad valorem.
239. Clocks of all kinds (except tower clocks), complete;

parts of the same, including those parts commonly
known as clock materials and suitable for repair

only; cases, stands, glasses, shades, and other accessories of the same, twenty-five per centum ad

valorem. 240. Tower clocks, complete; machinery and parts for

the same, whether set up or not, twenty-five per

centum ad valorem. 241. Chronometers in cases or boxes for marine or pro

fessional use, and cases, movements, crystals, and other parts for the same, twenty-five per centum ad valorem.

Group 2.

GROUP 2.—APPARATUS AND MACHINERY.

machinery, etc.

apparatus 242. Machinery and apparatus for weighing of all kinds, and machinery.

not specially provided for, and detached parts

therefor, twenty per centum ad valorem. 2:43. Marine engines, stationary engines, hydraulic, steam,

petroleum, gasoline, and hot or compressed air motors, fifteen

per

centum ad valorem. 244. Steam boilers of all kinds, whether attached to en

gines or not, fifteen per centum ad valorem. Agricultural 245. Agricultural machinery and apparatus, machinery

and apparatus for pile driving, dredging, hoisting, and making or repairing roads, for refrigerating and ice making, sawmill machinery, machinery and apparatus for extracting vegetable oils, and for converting the same into other products, for making sugar, for preparing rice, hemp, and other vegetable products of the islands for the markets, and detached parts therefor, also traction and portable engines and their boilers adapted to and imported for and with rice-threshing machines, and steam plows, five per centum ad valorem.

Note.-The expression, Preparing vegetable products for the markets,” shall be taken to mean putting said products in their first marketable

condition. Locomotives. 246. Locomotives, including tenders, and traction and

portable engines complete, and detached parts

therefor, fifteen per centum ad valorem. 247. Turntables and power and hand cranes, fifteen per

centum ad valorem. Electrical ap- 248. Apparatus and appliances for the generation, dis

tribution, testing, measuring, and installation of electricity, dry and wet batteries, carbon brushes, arc lamps and their fittings, insulating materials, tapes and compounds used exclusively for electrical purposes; bells, annunciators, telephones, and apparatus pertaining to the same; galvanometers, amperemeters, voltmeters, and wattmeters; and all or any parts of apparatus specified, including insulators of glass or porcelain or other material, five per centum ad valorem.

paratus.

249. Storage batteries, five per centum ad valorem.
250. Dynamos, generators, exciters, and all other ma-

chinery for the generation of electricity for
lighting or for power; transformers and elec-
tric motors and electric fans, five per centum ad

valorem :
(a) Incandescent lamps, mounted or not mounted,

fifteen per centum ad valorem. 251. All sewing machines and detached parts therefor, Sewing ma

except needles, fifteen per centum ad valorem. 252. Bicycles and velocipedes and detached parts and ac- Bicycles, etc.

cessories thereto, including lamps, twenty-five per

centum ad valorem. 253. Typewriters and detached parts therefor, including

ribbons, fifteen per centum ad valorem. 254. Phonographs, cinematographs, biographs, and simi

lar machines, including detached parts and records

and films therefor, thirty per centum ad valorem. 255. Cash registers and adding machines, and detached

parts therefor, twenty-five per centum ad valorem. 256. Automatic slot machines for weighing and other

purposes, not prohibited, and detached parts there

for, thirty per centum ad valorem.
257. Other machinery and detached parts of machines

not specially provided for:
(a) Of copper and its alloys, twenty per centum

ad valorem.
(b) Of other materials, ten per centum ad valo-

rem.

GROUP 3.—CARRIAGES.

Group 3.

258. Coaches and berlins, new, used, or repaired, twenty Carriages.

per centum ad valorem. 259. Omnibuses, diligences, Concord, and similar coaches,

new, used, or repaired, twenty per centum ad va

lorem. 260. Other common four-wheeled carriages, with four or

more seats, new or repaired, twenty per centum ad

valorem.
261. All other carriages not specially provided for, new,

used, or repaired, including automobiles for per-
sons or merchandise, baby carriages, trimmed or
untrimmed, and jinrikishas, twenty per centum ad

valorem. 262. Railway carriages of all kinds for passengers, each, Passenger

one hundred dollars;
(a) Finished wooden parts of the same, N. W., one

hundred kilos, one dollar and fifty cents;
(b) Railway box cars, each, fifty dollars;
(c) Railway flat cars, each, thirty dollars;
(d) Cars for industrial railways, fifteen per

centum ad valorem.

coaches.

Tram cars.

263. Tramway carriages of all kinds:
(a) Bodies, either set up or knocked down, each,

thirty-five dollars;
(b) Trucks per set, for same, each, ten dollars.
264. Wagons, each, seven dollars and fifty cents.
265. Carts for transporting merchandise, each, five dol-

lars; (a) All others not specially provided for, twenty

per centum ad valorem.
266. Hand carts, each, three dollars;

(a) Wheelbarrows, of wood, each, fifty cents;
(b) Wheelbarrows, wholly of iron or steel, each,

one dollar and fifty cents:
Provided, That wooden parts for any of the
vehicles classified under paragraphs two hundred
and fifty-eight, two hundred and fifty-nine, two
hundred and sixty, two hundred and sixty-one,
two hundred and sixty-four, two hundred and
sixty-five, and two hundred and sixty-six shall be
dutiable at the rate of twenty per centum ad
valorem.

Proviso.

Duty on wooden parts.

Group 4.

GROUP 4.-SMALL BOATS AND OTHER WATER CRAFT.

Water craft. 267. Small boats, launches, lighters, and all other water

craft imported into the Philippine Islands, either set up or knocked down, thirty per centum ad valorem.

NOTE.—The expression “imported into the Philippine Islands ” shall be held to mean “ brought into the jurisdictional waters of the islands in or on another vessel, or towed therein by another vessel, as distinguished from coming into these islands under the craft's own steam, sail, or other motive power."

Class XII.
Edibles.

Class XII.—ALIMENTARY SUBSTANCES.

Group 1.

GROUP 1.-MEATS AND FISH.

fish.

Meats and 268. Poultry and game, dressed or undressed, N. W.,

kilo, three cents. 269. Meat, salted or in brine, and jerked beef, G. W., one

hundred kilos, seventy-five cents. 270. Hams, bacon, and other meats, smoked or cured,

also sausages not preserved in cans, N. W., one hundred kilos, three dollars :

Provided, however, That the salt ordinarily used for the packing of any of the articles enumerated in this paragraph shall be classified under

paragraph ninety-four (a). 271. Lard (however contained), G. W., one hundred ki

los, two dollars.

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