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272. Vegetable lard and all imitations of lard, G. W., one

hundred kilos, one dollar and sixty cents. 273. Salted cod and stockfish, G. W., one hundred kilos,

seventy-five cents. 274. Fish, other, except as included in paragraphs three

hundred and seventeen and three hundred and

eighteen:
(a) Fresh, with only the salt indispensible for its

preservation, G. W., one hundred kilos, fifty

cents;
(b) Salted, smoked, or pickled, but packed in bulk,

and not of the class of “canned or potted
fish ” covered by paragraphs three hundred
and seventeen and three hundred and eight-
een, G. W., one hundred kilos, one dollar

and fifty cents.
275. Oysters, clams, and shellfish, not in glass or canned,

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

GROUP 2.–GRAIN, DRIED FRUIT, AND VEGETABLES,

PREPARATIONS OF THE SAME.

AND Group 2.

Rice, grain, dried fruit, vegetables, etc.

Rice.

276. Rice: Until May first, nineteen hundred and five:
(a) Unhusked, G. W., one hundred kilos, forty

cents;
(b) Husked, G. W., one hundred kilos, fifty cents;
(c) Flour, G. W., one hundred kilos, one dollar

and fifty cents.
On May first, nineteen hundred and five, and
until January first, nineteen hundred and seven:
(a) Unhusked, G. W., one hundred kilos, sixty

cents;
(b) Husked, G. W., one hundred kilos, seventy-

five cents;
(c) Flour, G. W., one hundred kilos, one dollar

and seventy-five cents.
On and after January first, nineteen hundred
and seven:
(a) Unhusked, G. W., one hundred kilos, eighty

cents;
(b) Husked, G. W., one hundred kilos, one dollar;
(c) Flour, G. W., one hundred kilos, two dollars:

Provided, however, That the Philippine Com- Proviso:
mission may, in its discretion, continue in force the
rate of duty first above stated, until in its opinion present rate.
the conditions in the Philippine Islands may war-

rant the higher rates herein provided.
277. Wheat, rye, and barley :
(a) In grain, G. W., one hundred kilos, twenty.

five cents;
(b) In flour, G. W., one hundred kilos, forty cents.

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278. Corn (maize), oats, and other cereals not mentioned

elsewhere: (a) In grain, G. W., one hundred kilos, ten cents; (b) In meal or flour, G. W., one hundred kilos,

forty cents. 279. Millet : (a) In grain, G. W., one hundred kilos, forty

cents; (b) In flour, G. W., one hundred kilos, fifty cents. 280. Malt, G. W., one hundred kilos, two dollars and fifty

cents. 281. Hops, G. W., one hundred kilos, three dollars. 282. Cereals prepared for table use, such as oatmeal,

cracked wheat, cornstarch, a vena, and all other preparations of cereals for table use not elsewhere specially provided for, N. W., one hundred kilos,

two dollars. 283. Bread, biscuit, crackers, and wafers made of flour

from cereals or pulse: (a) Unsweetened, N. W., one hundred kilos, three

dollars; (b) Sweetened, N. W., one hundred kilos, five dol

lars. 284. Vermicelli, macaroni, and pastes for soups, N. W.,

one hundred kilos, three dollars. 285. Dried raisins, dates, figs, and citron, put up in small

packages, N. W., one hundred kilos, two dollars

and fifty cents. 286. The same fruits in bulk and all other dried and des

sicated fruits, N. W., one hundred kilos, seventy

five cents. 287. Dried beans, peas, and pulse: (a) In bulk, G. W., one hundred kilos, seventy

five cents; (b) Put up in small packages, N. W., one hundred

kilos, one dollar; (c) Flour of, G. W., one hundred kilos, one dollar

and fifty cents. 288. Dried or dessicated vegetables, not elsewhere spe

cially provided for, G. W., one hundred kilos, one dollar.

Group 3.

GROUP 3.—TROPICAL AND SEMITROPICAL PRODUCTS.
Tropical, etc.,
products.
Sugar.

289. Sugar:
(a) Raw and glucose, G. W., one hundred kilos,

one dollar and sixty-two cents;
(b) Refined, N. W., one hundred kilos, three dol-

lars. 290. Cocoa : (a) Of all kinds in the bean, G. W., one hundred

kilos, five dollars and seventy-five cents; (b) Ground, in paste, powder, and cocoa butter,

N. W., one hundred kilos, ten dollars.

Coffee, etc.

Spices, etc.

291. Coffee:
(a) In grains, G. W., one hundred kilos, seven dol-

lars and fifty cents;
(b) Ground, N. W., one hundred kilos, eight dol-

lars and seventy cents.
292. Succory root and chicory in any form, N. W., one

hundred kilos, seven dollars and fifty cents. 293. Cinnamon, first grade: (a) Unground, N. W., one hundred kilos, eight

dollars;
(b) Ground, N. W., one hundred kilos, ten dollars.
294. Cinnamon, second grade:
(a) Unground, N. W., one hundred kilos, six

dollars;
(b) Ground, N. W., one hundred kilos, eight

dollars.
295. Vanilla beans, N. W., kilo, five dollars.
296. Cloves and other spices not specially mentioned:

(a) Unground, N. W., kilo, eight cents;
(b) Ground, N. W., kilo, ten cents;

(c) Saffron of all kinds, N. W., kilo, four dollars. 297. Allspice and mace:

(a) Unground, N. W., kilo, seven cents;

(b) Ground, N. W., kilo, nine cents. 298. Nutmegs:

(a) Unhusked, G. W., kilo, four cents;

(b) Husked, G. W., kilo, six cents. 299. Pepper:

(a) Whole, N. W., kilo, four cents;

(b) Ground, N. W., kilo, six cents. 300. Mustard :

(a) Seed, N. W., kilo, four cents;
(b) Ground, N. W., kilo, six cents;

(c) In paste, N. W., kilo, fifteen cents. 301. Tea, N. W., kilo, twenty cents.

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GROUP 4.-SEEDS AND FORAGE.

Group 4.

and

302. Seeeds not elsewhere provided for and carob beans, Seeds

forage. G. W., one hundred kilos, fifty cents. 303. Hay, forage, and bran, G. W., one hundred kilos, five

cents.

GROUP 5.-OILS AND BEVERAGES.

Group 5.

Oils and beyerages.

304. Olive oil:
(a) In receptacles of earthenware, wood, or tin,

N. W., one hundred kilos, four dollars;
(b) In bottles, N. W., kilo, seven and one-half

cents.
305. Other refined oils in bottles for table use, N. W.,

kilo, five cents. 306. Alcohol, liter, seventy cents. 307. Methyl alcohol, N. W., liter, thirty-five cents.

Proviso.
Surtax.

308. (a) Whisky, rum, gin, and brandy, per proof liter,

thirty-five cents; (b) Cocktails, blackberry and ginger brandy, per

gauge liter, thirty-five cents; (c) Liqueurs, cordials, and all compound spirits

not specially mentioned, per gauge liter,

sixty-five cents: Provided, however, That if the proof in the liquors classified under (b) and (c) of this paragraph should be above one hundred and five degrees the same shall pay a surtax of twenty-five

cents per liter. Wines.

309. Wines, sparkling, liter, eighty-five cents.
310. Wines, still (fine):
(a) All white and red fine wines, including the

products known as generous wines (vinos
generosos), and all white and red wines
known as dessert or liqueur wines, similar
to fine moscatels and madeiras, except those
mentioned in the next number, in wood, liter,

twenty-five cents; (b) The same in bottles, 'flasks, demijohns and

other similar receptacles, liter, forty cents. 311. Wines, still (common) : (a) Common red and white wines, such as vin

ordinaire, vino comun and others of like

quality, in wood, liter, five cents; (b) The same in bottles, flasks, demijohns, or other

similar receptacles, liter, ten cents. 312. Malt liquors, malt extract, ciders, mineral waters,

and other nonalcoholic beverages : (a) Malt liquors, malt extract, and cider, in wood,

hectoi, three dollars and forty cents; (b) Malt liquors, malt extract, and cider, in bottles

or other receptacles, hectol, four dollars and

sixty cents; (c) Sweetened, flavored, or aerated waters; natu

ral mineral waters, aerated, carbonated, or not; ginger ale, root beer, and other nonalcoholic beverages not specially provided

for, hectol, one dollar and fifty cents. 313. Fruit juice, pure or with sufficient sugar to preserve

it; fruit sirups for beverages, and fruit pulp, liter,

five cents.

314. Vinegar, liter, two cents. Group 6.

GROUP 6.–VARIOUS. Canned goods, 315. Canned or potted meats, such as beef, mutton, sau

sage, chicken, turkey, ham, bacon, and generally all meats preserved in cans or jars, when not exceeding in value one dollar per dozen cans of the weight of one-tenth of a kilogram for each can, and not exceeding in value one dollar and seventy

Malt liquors.

etc.

Potted meats.

five cents per dozen cans of the weight of one-fifth

of a kilogram for each can, N. W., kilo, five cents. 316. Canned or potted meats of the delicatessen class,

including mince-meat, pate de fois gras, deviled
ham, and generally all meats preserved in cans or
jars, when exceeding in value one dollar per one
dozen cans of the weight of one-tenth of a kilo-
gram for each can, and exceeding in value one dol-
lar and seventy-five cents per dozen cans of the
weight of one-fifth of a kilogram for each can,

N. W., kilo, twenty cents. 317. Cod, herring, and sardines, in tins, cans, or jars, Fish, etc.

N. W., kilo, three and one-half cents;
(a) Salmon, in cans, N. W., kilo, one and one-half

cents;
(b) Other canned or potted fish, and sea food,

such as oysters, clams, and generally all sea
products preserved in cans or jars, N. W.,

kilo, six cents.
318. Canned and potted fish and sea food of the delica-

tessen class, such as anchovies, caviar, fish roe, and
generally all fish or sea food preserved in cans or
jars, not in use as ordinary food, N. W., kilo,

twenty cents.
319. Canned or potted soups of all kinds, including clam

broth, N. W., kilo, five cents. 320. Condensed or concentrated milk and canned vege- Condensed

tables of all kinds, such as tomatoes, corn, pease,
beans, pumpkins, and generally vegetables pre-
served in cans or jars, N. W., kilo, two and one-
half cents;
(a) Evaporated cream unsweetened, N. W., kilo,

one and one-half cents.
321. Pickled vegetables and fruits of all kinds:

(a) In stone or glass, N. W., kilo, four cents;

(b) In wood, G. w., kilo, one and one-half cents. 322. Canned or preserved fruits: (a) In wood; and those belonging to the class fruits.

known as “Pie fruits," packed in water, in

tin or glass, N. W., kilo, two cents.
(b) Others, in tin or glass, including those packed

in sirups, known as “ Table fruits,” N. W.,

kilo, two cents.
323. Preserved or brandied fruits in cordials or spirits

of any kind containing more than eighteen per
centum of alcohol, such as brandied peaches, cher-
ries preserved in maraschine and the like, whether

put up in tin or glass, N. W., kilo, fifteen cents.
324. Canned breads of all kinds, N. W., kilo, two and

one-half cents.
325. Canned cakes, puddings, and sweetmeats not can-

died, such as plum pudding and the like, N. W.,
kilo, ten cents.

milk, etc.

Canned, etc.,

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