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Nuts.

326. Saccharine, N. W., kilo, three dollars.
327. Flavoring extracts not containing more than twelve

per centum of alcohol, N. W., kilo, twenty-five

cents. 328. Sauces and condiments for table use, such as caper,

tabasco, Worcestershire, and the like prepara

tions, N. W., kilo, twelve and one-half cents. (a) Tomato sauces, including catsup, N. W., kilo,

five cents. 329. Nuts, dried, of all kinds in natural state, not other

wise provided for, N. W., one hundred kilos, two

dollars and fifty cents. Chocolate. 330. Chocolate:

(a) In forms or lumps for manufacturing pur

poses, N. W., kilo, fifteen cents; (b) In cakes or powders, for table use, but not

made up into bonbons or sweetmeats of any

description, N. W., kilo, twenty cents. Confection-331. Conserved or crystalized fruit or nuts, used as conery.

fectionery and sweetmeats, whether put up in paper, metal, or glass, N. W., kilo, twenty-five

cents. 332. Confectionery, candies, and sweetmeats of all kinds,

N. W., kilo, twelve and one-half cents:

Provided, That none of the articles classified under pragraphs three hundred and thirty, three hundred and thirty-one, and three hundred and thirty-two shall pay a less rate of duty than

twenty per centum ad valorem. 333. Eggs, salted or preserved, G. W., one hundred kilos,

two dollars and fifty cents. 334. Cheese: (a) Fine, in glass, stone, or metal, not in use as

common food, N. W., kilo, fifteen cents; (b) Other (common), G. W., kilo, two and one

half cents. Butter, etc. 335. Butter, N. W., kilo, five cents.

336. Oleomargarine, butterine and all imitations of but

ter, N. W., kilo, six cents. 337. Honey, maple sirup, molasses, and sirup of cane,

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

Proviso. Minimum.

Cheese.

Class XIII.—MISCELLANEOUS.

Class XIII. Miscellaneous.

Fans.

338. Fans of all kinds, thirty-five per centum ad valorem.
339. Combs:
(a) Of horn or india rubber, N. W., kilo, two

dollars;
(b) Of tortoise shell or ivory, N. W., kilo, five

dollars; (c) Others; shall be classified for duty according

to their component material.

Buttons.

340. Trinkets and ornaments of all kinds, except those of

gold or silver, or of gold and silver plate, or in which
the predominant substance is amber, jet, tortoise
shell, coral, ivory, meerschaum, mother-of-pearl,
horn, bone, whalebone, celluloid or compositions
imitating any of the materials herein mentioned,

N. W., kilo, one dollar and twenty-five cents.
341. Amber, jet, tortoise shell, coral, ivory, meershaum,

mother-of-pearl:
(a) Unwrought, N. W., kilo, one dollar;
(b) Wrought, N. W., kilo, three dollars and fifty

cents.
342. Horn, bone, whalebone, or celluloid, also composi-

tions imitating these or those of the preceding

number:
(a) Unwrought, N. W., kilo, sixty cents;
(b) Wrought, N. W., kilo, one dollar and fifty

cents.
343. Walking sticks and sticks for umbrellas and para-

sols, and sword sticks, including the sword, per
one hundred, four dollars:

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

than twenty per centum ad valorem. 344. Hair, human, manufactured into articles of all kinds,

or any shape, N. W., hectog, fifty cents. 345. Buttons: (a) Bone, porcelain, composition, wood, steel, iron,

and similar materials, N.' W., kilo, twenty

cents;
(b) Rubber, copper and its alloys, N. W., kilo, fifty

cents;
(c) Mother-of-pearl and others not specially pro-

vided for, except of gold or silver, or gold

or silver plated, N. W., kilo, one dollar. 346. Cartridges with or without projectiles or bullets, also

primers and caps for such arms, N. W., kilo, fifteen

cents. 347. Tarpaulins, coated with sand for vans, N. W., one

hundred kilos, twenty cents.
348. Paper, felt, or other textile, prepared or coated

with tar, pitch, or other substances, for roofs and
structural purposes, G. W., one hundred kilos,

thirty cents.
349. Oilcloths:
(a) For floors and packing purposes, N. W., one

hundred kilos, three dollars;
(b) For wearing apparel, unmanufactured, N. W.,

one hundred kilos, three dollars;
(c) Manufactured into wearing apparel, N. W.,

one hundred kilos, six dollars;
(d) Other, including linoleum, N. W., one hun-
i dred kilos, five dollars.

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Toys, etc.

Provino.
Minimum,

34). Ancal #ex of all az a tiszal fruits,

is. Dis or bai of art baterial for the 11.a1varture of owers . . ko. two dollars

and fifty oLs. 331. Matches of was, wood, or caniboard. I. II. kilo,

twenty Onts. 3:32. Caoutchouc and gitta-percha manufactured into

any kind of article Dot specially provided for: (aj Rubber, pure or with cloth or wire insertions

for machinery packing, including gaskets

and washers, S. W., kilo, three cents; (b) Hard rubber articles, not specially provided

for, X. W. kilo, fifty cents; (c) Boots and shoes of rubber, X. W., kilo, twen

ty-five cents; (d) All other articles, including rubber in sheets

other than packing, X. W. kilo, twenty

cents; (e) Hose and belting of all descriptions into

which rubber enters as a component mate

rial, X. W., kilo, ten cents. 353. Games and toys, except those of gold or silver, or of

gold or silver plate, or of the materials mentioned in paragraphs two hundred and forty-one and two hundred and forty-two, N. W., kilo, ten 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.
354. Umbrellas and parasols:

(a) Covered with paper, eight cents each;
(b) Covered with silk, fifty cents each;

(c) Covered with other stuffs, twenty cents each. 355. Hats and bonnets and crowns for same, of straw:

(a) Camplete, not trimmed, thirteen cents each; (b) Same, trimmed, twenty-two cents each;

(c) Crowns for (untrimmed), eleven cents each. 356. The same articles of other materials:

(a) Complete, not trimmed, six cents each;
(b) Same, trimmed, twenty cents each ;

(c) Crowns for (untrimmed), five cents each.
357. Caps of all kinds:
(a) For adults, of any material, plain, fifteen cents

each; (1) For adults, embroidered or decorated, fifty

cents each; (c) For children, plain, ten cents each; (d) For children, embroidered or ornamented,

thirty-five cents each: Provided, That none of the articles classified under paragraphs three hundred and fifty-four, three hundred and fifty-five, three hundred and fifty-six, and three hundred and fifty-seven shall par a less rate of duty than twenty per centum ad valorem.

Umbrellas.

Ints.

Minimum,

pickles

358. Cameras of which the lenses are not removable or Cameras, etc.

adjustable; made of wood or of metal, polished
or covered with leather or imitation of leather;
fitted for either plates or films, or for both, twenty

per centum ad valorem.
359. The same articles made of wood or metal, painted,

varnished, shellacked, or plain, and otherwise,

twenty per centum ad valorem. 360. Cameras with removable or adjustable lenses, not in

cluding the lenses, twenty per centum ad valorem. 361. Single lenses for photographic apparatus, twenty

per centum ad valorem. 362. Combination lenses, tripods, plateholders, dry and

other plates, and kodak films, twenty per centum

ad valorem. 363. Tuns, pipes, casks, and other similar wooden recep- Tuns, pipes,

tacles of liquids, or of articles in liquid or in casks, etc.
brine, imported separately, or in use as immedi-
ate containers of imported merchandise which is

not dutiable on the gross weight:
(a) Such as are used as containers for olives and

pickles, having a capacity not to exceed

three liters, each, fifteen cents;
(b) Having a capacity not to exceed ten liters,

each, thirty-five cents;
(c) Having a capacity not to exceed fifty liters,

each, fifty cents;
(d) Having a capacity not to exceed one hundred

and ten liters, each, eighty-five cents;
(e) Having a capacity not to exceed two hundred

and twenty liters, each, one dollar;
(f) Having a capacity not to exceed four hundred

and forty liters, each, one dollar and sev

enty-five cents;
(g) Having a capacity greater than four hundred

and forty liters, each, three dollars and fifty

cents. 364. Tobacco: (a) In the leaf, unmanufactured, N. W., kilo, fifty Tobacco, etc.

cents; (b) Manufactured, N. W., kilo, one dollar. 365. On all other goods, wares, merchandise, and effects

not otherwise enumerated or provided for, except

crude materials, twenty-five per centum ad valorem. 366. On crude materials not otherwise enumerated, ten

per centum ad valorem.

ARTICLES FREE OF DUTY.

Free list.

367. Trees, shoots, and plants.
368. Moss in a natural or fresh state.
369. Copper, gold, and silver ores.

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samples.

Provis08.

Identification.

Time limit.

Commercial 370. Ordinary and usual commercial samples, imported

by bona fide commercial travelers, after examination by the customs authorities and upon the filing of a bond with security satisfactory to the collector of customs for the exportation of said samples within three months after their date of importation: Provided, That said samples shall be positively identified by the customs authorities before exportation, and that their appraised value shall not exceed two thousand dollars in any one case: And provided further, That the period of three months allowed for their exportation may be extended in the discretion of the collector of customs for a further period not to exceed three months, upon application being

made to him in writing before the expiration of Consignment.

the original period. In the case of any consignment of bona fide commercial samples the appraised value of which exceeds two thousand dollars, the owner may select any portion thereof up to two thousand dollars in appraised value for entry under the above provisions of this paragraph, and the remainder of the consignment shall be entered in bond or for duty, as in

the case of regular importations. (a) All samples of the kind, in such quantity, and

of such dimensions or construction as to render them unsalable or of no appreciable

commercial value. ported articles. 371. Articles of the growth, produce, and manufacture

of the Philippine Islands exported to a foreign country and returned without having been advanced in value or improved in condition by any process of manufacture or other means, and upon

which no drawback or bounty has been allowed. 372. Gold, silver, and platinum, in broken-up jewelry or

table services, bars, sheets, coins, pieces, dust, and

scraps. 373. Gold, silver, and platinum, in articles manufactured

and stamped in the Philippine Islands. 374. Fresh fruits. 375. Fresh garden produce. 376. Fresh meat, except poultry and game; also ice. 377. Fresh eggs. 378. Fresh milk. 379. Diamonds and other precious stones in the rough,

unmounted. 380. Hand paintings in oil, water color, or pastel, and pen

and ink drawings intended for use as works of art, and not as a part of decoration of any other merchandise, nor for use in the manufactures and industrial arts and sciences; also family photographs, paintings, crayons, and other pictures of the members of a person's family.

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