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Comparison of rates of duties between McKinley Act and new law.—Continued.

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SCHEDULE

B-EARTH, EARTHEN-
WARE, AND GLASSWARE-Continued.
Freestone, granite, sandstone,

limestone, and other building
or monumental stone, except
marble, not specially provided
for-
Undressed or manufactured

11 c. p. cu. ft. 7 c. per cu. ft..
Hewn, dressed, or polished..... 40 per cent 30 percent......
Grindstones, finished or unfin-
ished

..tons... $1.75 per ton 10 per cent...... Slates, slate chimney pieces,

mantels, slabs for tables, and

all other manufactures of slate.. 30 per cent...... 20 per cent. Slate roofing..

25 per cent.. ......do. Total Schedule B, earths,

earthenware, and glass

cu. ft..

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SCHEDULE C.-METALS AND MANU.

FACTURES OF.

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(ron ores.
All other ore .........

..tons... 75 cents per

40 cents per Iron in pigs, kentledge, spiegeleisen, ton.

ton. ferromanganese, and ferrosilicon: Ferrosilicon...

.tons... 86.72 per ton .. $4 per ton Spiegeleisen and ferromanganese .tops... ..do

.do All other

.tons... ....do

....do. Scrap iron and steel, waste or

fuse, fit only to be remanufac-
tured :

Iron, wrought and cast.... ..tons... $6.72 per ton .. $4 per ton
Steel

.tons... ..do..

...do.
Bar iron, rolled or hammered, com-
prising-
Flats not less than 1 inch wide

ncr less than % of one inch
thick.

.. lbs... 8-10 c. per lb... 6-10 c. per lb...
Round iron pot less than 5% of
1 inch in diameter, and square
iron not less than %4 of 1 inch
square

.....lbs... 9-10 c. per lb... ......do Flats less than 1 inch wide or

less than % of 1 inch thick;
round iron less than % of i
inch and not less than 7-16 of
1 inch in diameter: and square
iron les: than 8 of 1 inch
square

.. lbs... 1 cent per Ib... ..do Bars or shapes of rolled iron uot spe

cially provide i for, and round iron in coils or rods, less than 7-16 of 1 inch in diameter.....

...lbs... 1 1-10 c. per lb. 8-10 c. per lb.. Bars, blooms, billets, or sizes or

shapes of any kind, in the manufacture of which charcoal is used as fuel

..tons... $22 per ton..... $12 per ton......

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30.99

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All other, and slabs, blooms, or

Per ct. Per ct, loops .........lbs... 35 per cent...... 5-10 c. per lb.. 35

8.29 Beams, girders, joists, angles, chan.

nels, car-truck channels, TT columns and posts, or parts or sections of columns and posts, deck and bulb beams, and building forms, together with all other struc

tural shapes, of iron or steel... lbs... 9-10 c. per lb... 6-10 c. per lb... 74.64 49.76 Boiler or other plate, iron or steel

(except saw plates) not thinner than
No. 10 wire gauge, sheared or un-
sheared, and skelp iron or steel,
sheared or rolled in grooves :
Valued above 1 cent and not

above 1 4-10 cents per pound,
lbs.......

65-100 c. per lb........ do......... 49.47 45.66 Valued above 1 4-10 cents and not above 2 cents per pound, lbs......

8-10 c. per lb... 30 per cent..... 54.35 30 Valued above, 2 cents and pot

above 3 cents per pound..... lbs... 1 1-10 c. per lb. ....do.......... 44.45 30 Valued above 3 cents and not

above 4 cents per pound.....lbs... 1 5-10 c. per lb. ...... do........ 40.58 30 Valued above 4 cents and not

above 7 cents per pound...,.lbs... 2 c. per lb...... 25 percent...... 37.77 25 Valued above 7 cents and not

above 10 cents per pound...lbs... 2 8-10 c. per lb. ...do............ 31.02 25 Valued above 10 cents and not above 13 cents per pound...lbs... 374 c. per lb... ......do..

32.03 25 Valued above 13 cents per pound, lbs......... 45 per cent...... .............. 45

25 Forgings of iron or steel, or forged

iron and steel combined, not specially provided for....... ..lbs... 2 3-10 c. per lb. 14. c. perlb.(a) 44.95 29.30 Hoop, band or scroll, or other iron

or steel, valued at 3 cents per
ponnd or less, 8 inches or less in
width, and less than 3-8 of an inch
thick:
Not thinner than No. 10 wire
gauge..

... lbs... 1 c. per lb

30 per cent..... 45.70 30 Thinner than No. 10 and not

thinner than No. 20 wire gauge.....

.lbs... 1 1-10 c. per lb. ...... do .......... 41.41 30 Thinner than No. 20 wire gauge, lbs........ 1 3-10 c. perlb. do

49.52 30 Bars or rails for railways :

Flat rails punched --
Iron or steel.......

.tons... $13.44 per ton.. 7-20 c. per lb... 44.38 25.88 T rails and other railway bars-Iron.....

...tons... .do...... .....do......... 50.09 29.99 Steel or in part of steel ...tons... ....do..

....do......... 58.24 33.99

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Sheets of iron or steel, common or

black, including iron steel
known as common or black taggers'
iron or steel, and skelp iron or
steel, valued at 3 cents per pound
or less:
Thinner than No. 10 and not thin-

Per ct. Per ot. ner than No. 20 wire gauge.lbs... 1 c. por lb...... 7-10 c. per lb... 48.90 34.29 Thinner than No. 20 and not thinner than No. 25 wire gauge, lbs.....

1 1-10 c. per lb. 8-10 c. per lb.. 39.46 28.69 Thinner than No. 25 wire gauge, lbs.......

1 4-10 c. per lb. 1 1-10 c. per lb. 70.24 55.19 Corrugated or crimped.........lbs... .do...

.do......... 25.24 19.83 Sheets or plates of iron or steel (ex

cepting what are commercially
known as tin plates, terne plates,
and taggers' tin), galvanized or
coated with zinc or spelter,or other
metals, or any alloy of these met-
als:
Thinner than No. 10 and not

thinner than No. 20 wire gauge,
lbs.......

1/4 c. per lb... 95-100 c. perlb. 40.48 21.97 Thinner than No. 20, and not thinner than No. 25 wire gauge, lbs......

185-100 c.perlb. 15-100 c. per lb. 72.70 41-26 Thinner than No. 25 wire gauge, lbs....... 2 15-100 c.per lb. 135-100 c.per lb. 49

30.76 Sheets and plates pickled or cleaned

by acid or by any other material or
process, and cold rolled, smoothed
not polished:
Thinner than No. 10 and not

thinner than No. 20 wire gauge,
lbs..

1/4 c. per lb... 825-1000 c. per 34.73 22.92 Thinner than No. 20 and not

lb.
thinner than No. 25 wire gauge,
lbs.......

1 35-100 c. per
925-1000 c. per

44.46 30.45 Thinner than No. 25 wire gauge, lb.

lb, lbs........

1 65-100 c. per

1 225-1000 c. 72.79 54.04 Sheet iron or sheet steel polished, lb.

planished or glanced...............lbs... 278 c. per lb... 1% c. per lb... 45.93 82.15 Tin plates: (a) Sheets or plates of

iron or steel, or taggers iron, or steel coated with tin or lead, or with a mixture of which these metals are a component part, by the dipping or any other process, and commercially known as tin plates, terne plates and taggers' tin-Lighter than 63 pounds per 100

..lbs... 2 2-10 c. perlb. 1 1-5 c. per lb. 78.44 42.82 All other

..lbs... .....do.....

.do...

73.20 89.88 Tin, manufactures of:

All manufactures of, not speci.
ally provided for.......
55 per cent...... 35 per cent...... 55

86 Foil.....

do....

.do......... 55 85

per lb.

square feet

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Steel ingots, cogged ingots, blooms,

and slabs, by whatever process made; die blocks or blanks; billets and bars and tapered or beveled bara; steamer, crank and other shafts; shafting; wrist or crank pins; connecting rods and piston rods;

pressed, sheared stamped shapes; hammer molds or swaged steel; gun-barrel molds not in bars; alloys used as substitutes for steel tools; all descriptions and shapes of dry sand, loam, or ironmolded steel castings; and steel in all forms and shapes not specially provided for: Valued at i cent per pound or less

...lbs... 4-10 c. per lb... 3-10 c. per lb... Valued at 1 cent and not above 1

4-10 cents per pound .........lbs... 5-10 c. per lb... 4-10 c. per lb...
Valued above 14.10 cents and not
above 1 8-10 cents per pound,
lbs.......

8-10 c. per lb... 6-10 c. per lb... Valued above 1 8-10 cents and not

above 2 2-10 cents per pound
lbs...........

9-10 c. per lb... 7-10 c. per lb... Valued above 2 2-10 cents and not

above 3 cents per pound..... lbs... 12-10 c. per lb.. 9-10 c. per lb... Valued above cents and not

above 4 cents per pound.....lbs... 16-10 c. per lb.. 12-10 c. per lb.. Valued above 4 cents and not

above 7 cents per pound.....lbs... 2 c. per lb...... 1 3.10 c. perlb. Valued abové 7 cents and not

above 10 cents per pound...lbs... 2 8-10 c. per lb.. 1 9-10 c. per lb. Valued above 10 cents and not

above 13 cents per pound...lbs... 374 c. per lb... 2 4-10 c. per lb.
Valued above 13 cents and not

above 16 cents per pound...lbs... 4 2 10 c. per lb.. 2 8-10 c. per lb..
Valued above 16 cents per pound,
lbs........

7 c. per lb...... 4 7-10 c. perlb.
Sheets and plates and saw plates of
Beel, not specially provided for:
Valued above 1 cent and not

above 1 4-10 cents per pound,
lbs..........

5-10 c. per lb... 4-10 c. per lb... Valued above 1 4-10 cents and not

above 1 8-10 cents per pound,
lbs.........

8-10 c. perlb... 6-10 c. per lb... Valued above 1 8-10 cents and not

abovo 2 2-10 cents per pound,
lbs........

9-10 c. per lb... 7-10 c. per lb... Valued above 2 2-10 cents and not

abore 3 cents per pound.....lbs... 1 2-10 c. per lb.. 9-10 c. per lb... Valued above 3 cents and not

above 4 cents per pound..... lbs... 1 6-10 c. per lb... 1 2-10 c. per lb..

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37.11

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SCHEDULE C.-METALS AND MANUFAC

TURES OF-Continued.
Shoots and plates and saw plates of

steel, not specially provided for-
Continued.
Valued above 4 cents and not

Per ct. Per ct. above 7 cents per pound..... lbs... 2 c. per lb...... 13-10 c. per lb.. 31.71 20.61 Valued above 7 cents and not

above 10 cents per pound...lbs... 28-10 c. per lb.. 1 9-10 c. per lb. 33.26 22.57 Valued above 10 cents and not

above 13 cents per pound... lbs... | 334 c. per lb... 24-10 c. per lb.. 31 21.30 Valued above 13 cents and not

above 16 cents per pound... lbs... 4 2-10 c. per lb.. 2 8-10 c. per lb.. 29.81 19.86 Valued above 16 pound...

...lbs... 7 c. per lb...... 47-10 c. per lb.. 24.78 16.62 Wire rods: (a)

Rivet, screw, fence, and other

iron or steel wire rods, whether round, oval, flat, square, or in any other shape, in coils or otherwise, not smaller than No. 6 wire gauge, valued at 374 cents or less per pound ...............lbs... 61-10 c. per lb... 4-10 c. per lb... 34 22.67 Flat iron or steel with longitudi.

nal ribs, for the manufacture of
fencing, valued at 3 cents or

less per pound..... ..........lbs... ...do ....... -10 c. per lb.. 34,04 22.70 Wire of iron or steel:

Flat steel wire or sheet steel in

strips of any width, whether
drawn through dies or rolls,
untempered or tempered, 25-
1000th of an inch thick or thin.
ner....

.... lbs... 50 per cent...... 40 por cent... 50 40 Not smaller than No. 10 wire guage

....lbs... 1c. per lb.. 1X c. per lb... 32.54 32.54 Sinaller than No. 10 and not smaller than No. 16 wire guage, lbs.

194 c. per lb... 144 o. per lb... 48.77 41.80 Smaller than No. 16 and not smaller than No. 26 wire gauge lbs....

274 c. per lb... 2 c. per lb...... 45.95 30.63 Smaller than No. 26 wire gauge, lbs......

3 c. per lb......

do.......... 26.08 17.39 Coated with zinc or tin or any

other metal (except fence wire
and iron or steel, flat, with
longitudinal ribs, for the man-
ufacture of fencing),
Not smaller than No. 10 wire
gauge.

........lbs... 1% c. p r lb... 144 c. per lb... 47.88 34.28 Smaller than No. 10' and not

smaller than No. 16 wire gauge....

lbs... 274 c. per lb... 172 c. per lb... 98.25 65.50 Smaller than No. 26 wire gauge.....

lbs... 342 c. per lb... 40 per cent.... 15.75 40 Wire of iron or steel, covered with

cotton, silk, or other material, and wires or strip steel commonly known as crinoline, corset and hat wire.........

.... lbs... 5 c. per lb......' 40 per cent.....! 16.66

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