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Hides not specially mentioned above or
o) Tanning substances. below. Deer skins.
1. Tanning wood, tanning bark. Ilides of young cattle.
Acacia hark. Calfskins.
Oak bark. Female calfskins.
Tanning wood. Dried cowhides.
Tanning bark (not mentioned above or Reptile skins.
below). Crocodile skins.
Maletto bark. Cowhides.
Mangrove bark. Lambskins.
Mimosa hark. Mule hides.
Coniferous wood bark. (xhides. Buckskins.
2. Other tanaing substances. Reptile skins.
Algarobilla. Cattle hides,
Canaigre. Sheepskins with hair removed.
Chrome alum. Sheepskins.
Divi-divi. Wild hog skins.
Acorn galls. Kid skins.
Tanning substances (not specially men
tioned above or below). (b) Skins for sur preparation, crude and
Album graecum. worked.
Potash alum. Lambskins.1
Bichromate of potassium. Opossum skins, Australian.
Myrohalanes. (C) Leather.
Bichromate of sodium. Calf leather.
Neradol. Lamb and sheep leather, dressed.2
Sumach. Leather cuttings.
Valonea. Cattle leather of every mode of tanning,
3. Extracts of tanning substances: even split leather. Horse leather of every mode of tanning, Oak-wood extract. even split leather.
Pine-wood extract. Hog leather.
Nutgall extract. (d) Leather goods.3
Tannings ubstance extracts (not specially Ilarness of all kinds.
mentioned above or below). Suspenders.
Chestnut-wood extract. Men's shoes of all kinds weighing over 1,000 Catechu, brown(Bombay, Pegu catechu). g. a pair.
Catechu, yellow (gambier). Military gloves (brown, gray, lined, Quebracha-wood extract. white).
Sumach extract. Articles of riding equipment.
XII. RUBBER AND RUBBER GOODS. Boots of all kinds weighing over 1,000 g. a pair.
(See also sections V. (d.), “Motor vehicles Driving belts and their tracks, of leather and parts thereof,”and V. (e.),“Bicycles
or of crude hides with hair removed. and parts thereof.") (e) Fur goods (ercept ready-made Ladies'
(a) Raw materials. and children's wear).
Refuse from rubber, gutta-percha, and Lambskins.1
balata; worn-out pieces of articles made Australian opossum skins.
of rubber, gutta-percha, and balata. Sheepskins.1
Balata, crude, purified. 1 Except broadtails, Persians, Schiras, moirē-astrakhan, crude and colored, crude and colored Crimean lambskins, colored Schmaschen.
2 Except glove leather and patent leather. 8 Cf. Sec. B, No. 40.
Gutta-percha, crude, purified.
Plates: Caoutchouc (rubber, not including gums, Rubber plates, rolled, even with wire
as gum arabic, acajou, cherry gum, or woven wire rolled in. cutera, and bassora gum).
Patent plates (cut rubber plates). Oil rubber (faktis) and other rubber sub- Plates of regenerated rubber. stitutes.
Rubber plates, with textiles or felt
rolled in or on them. (6) Goods made of soft rubber (except goods of
Others. gutta-percha).1 Parings.
Preservatives and pessaries. Flesh brushes.
Rubber erasers. Heel pieces, heels.
Vehicle tires. Balls, even those covered with fabrics or Shaving dishes.
Parts of riding and driving harness (bridle Bandages.
bits, snaffles, Pelham bits, stirrups, Bags (ice bags, etc.).
mountings, etc.). Billiard cushions.
fabrics saturated with tar or rubber, etc. Asstems for artificial flowers. Trusses.
Insulating tubes. Printer's type.
Cords made of textiles or felt with rubber Brushes (toothbrushes) with teeth of soft (packing cords, rubber cords). rubber.
Rubber heels. Covers:
Rubber shoes. Floor covers.
Elastics for shoes. Protective covers for tires.
Elastic shoe bands. Carriage covers made of textiles Rubber sponges. saturated with rubber.
Sponge rubber goods.
Canes. Floor carpets.
Stuffing-box packing of coarse textiles, etc., Textiles, even felt, saturated, covered, etc., with rubber, etc.
with rubber, not specially mentioned. Rubber strips. Rubber for medical instruments and ap- Tobacco pipestems. paratus of all kinds.
Pouches of soft rubber, even of textile Gutta-percha paper.
saturated with rubber, etc. Gloves:
Paste. Flesh gloves.
Driving belts of textile fabrics saturated Patent rubber gloves.
with rubber, etc. (balata belts, etc.). Other rubber gloves.
Rubber cloths. Suspenders.
Rollers, etc., covered with rubber. Horseshoe pads.
(c) Goods made of hard rubber. Insulating tape. Rubber solution.
Balls. Cushions (air, water cushions).
Billiard balls. Piston packings of coarse textiles, etc., Ebonite in plates, sticks. with rubber, etc.
Penholders and parts thereof. Compressers.
Pens (so-called package pens). Card cloths.
Graphophone disks (records). Soft rubber spheres.
Instruments, as: surgical. Leather substitutes of vegetable textiles Rubber horn paste, in plates, sticks. and rubber solutions.
Mouthpieces. Leather cloth, rubberized.
Whips. Okonite tape.
Camel's hair yarn. Syringes.
Cocoanut fiber yarn. Rods.
Linen yarn (yarn from flax or fax oakum). Canes.
Linen twine (twine from flax yarn or flax Tobacco pipestems.
oakum yarn). Violin chin rests.
Ramie yarn, even mixed with flax or jute,
but without admixture of other fibers XIII. GOODS OF THE TEXTILE INDUSTRY.
(except ramie weaving yarn). (a) Raw materials and refuse. Woolen yarn (combed yarn or worsted,
and carded yarn). Refuse from animal and vegetable fibers, not mentioned below, capable of being
(c) Goods. spun (even silk); of textiles (woolen rags,
Cotton fabrics for articles of equipment list; linen, cotton, etc., rags (paper rags),
(haversacks, tent cloths) as far as these and all other refuse of textiles, etc., used
articles are made of yarns from Nos. 6 to in paper making (old nets), old cordage,
25 (English). old string, weaver's lace of yarn, no
Cotton fabrics, rubberized, for balloon longer available for the original purpose).
envelopes and aeroplanes. Cotton.
Blankets, woolen (horse blankets and Cotton refuse of all kinds (linters, etc.).
Drill (brown and gray drill (Manchester or Flax oakum, capable of being spun.
Genoa cords)) of cotton. Hemp.
Fishing nets.2 Hemp oakum, capable of being spun.
Textiles of all kinds for the manufacture of Jute.
aircraft (balloons, airships, aeroplanes). Jute oakum, capable of being spun. Camel's hair and alpaca hair (alpaca wool), Jute fabrics.
Suspenders. raw and worked (hackled, bleached, Jute bags, even if they are to be exported steeped, colored, carded, combed),
with goods as receptacles thereof.3 combings thereof.
“Cartridge bag goods,” “powder cloth.” Cocoanut fibers.
Cartridge silk. Artificial cotton.
Linen and semilinen fabrics (linen and Artificial wool (shoddy).
half linen).4 Horsehair (from the mane or tail), raw,
Nets for free balloons. boiled, of No. 146 of the tari.
Paper machine felts, woolen. Waste.
Crude ramie hose or pieces thereof, loosely Ramie (China grass), raw, cleaned, steeped,
woven or worked, for incandescent-light broken, scutched (ungummed).
mantles. Cattle tail hair, raw, unworked.
Knapsacks (large, for slinging over shoulWool, even carded or combed.
der).5 Wool refuse, capable of being spun (comh- Sleeping and traveling coverlets of cotton, ings, etc.).
in finished pieces or by the yard. Wool dust fertilizer.
Silk fabrics, varnished, for balloon enGoat hair, raw, unworked.
velopes and covering aeroplanes. (b) Spun goods.
Fabrics of all kinds made of carded silk
yarn (so-called bourette fabrics of silk Alpaca yarn (yarn from hair of the alpaca). oakum).
Cotton yarn up to No. 32 English, of Ropes and cordage of all kinds. one, two, or more threads, twisted once, Bandage gauze and other bandage maraw, colored, bleached, printed.1
terials of textiles of all kinds. Binding twine of Manila hemp, sisal hemp, Bandages. etc.
Cotton used in dressing wounds. Hemp yarn, hemp oakum yarn.
Tricot and net stuffs, woolen. Hemp twine.
Tricot and net goods, woolen.6 1 Except bleached, colored, and printed, in the Lohnveredlungsverkehr, and wire yarn. 3 Except those made of cotton fabrics of No. 30/15 ply English on and finer numbers.
3 Except such as can be proven to have been previously imported into the country to be filled, or whose reimportation after being emptied abroad is guaranteed.
4 Except ribbons, passementerie, lace, shirts, bosoms, removable bosoms, collars, cuffs (men's, women's, and children's linen).
5 See also Sec. B, No. 40.
Woolen fabrics weighing over 300 g. to the Bauxite, unpurified. square meter of woven surface.1
Mica, crude, even in crude plates or disks. Cells and cell materials for airships and Mica and micanite goods. balloons.
Mica plates, cut to shape.
Mica disks, cut to shape.
Graphite of all kinds.2
Refuse from graphite crucibles. Halfstuff (for preparing paper and paste
Lime, natural phosphate of (raw phosboard), made from refuse from textile
phate, phosphorite, apatite, coprolith, fabrics or the like of No. 649 of the tariff.
navassite, sombrerite, Iceland guano). Wood pulp, mechanically prepared (wood
Fossil dust (infusorial earth). paste, ground wood). Wood pulp, chemically prepared (cellu- Magnesite (natural carbonate of magnesia),
even burned (bitter earth, earthy talc). lose).
Magnesite goods (fireproof goods of burned Newspaper printing paper.
magnesite of Nos. 724 and 725 of the XV. EARTHS, STONES, AND GOODS THERE- tariff, such as nozzles, caps, muffles, FROM.
plates, retorts, pipes, crucibles, stones,
cylinders, and others). Asbestos, crude, also ground.
Micanite (artificial mica, produced from Asbestos paints.
mica flakes with an adhesive substance). Asbestos fibers.
Quartzite. Asbestos goods, as:
Crucibles of graphite. Bags.
Emery, ground. Boat coverings.
Emery wheels. Washers.
Heavy spar, barite (natural sulfate of Packing rings.
barium), even powdered or ground. Wicks, braided or woven.
Bricks, fireproof (fire brick, Dinas brick, Filters, filter composition.
silica brick, and other quartz bricks, Gaiters.
bauxite, magnesia, and carbon bricks). Yarn, string, rope, cord.
Alumina for aluminium production.
XVI. WAX, LIGHTS, SOAP, ETC.
Polishing wax, consisting of wax or ceresin Gloves.
with addition of turpentine oil or the Hats.
like. Boiler revetments.
Ozocerite, refined, and ceresin in blocks, Clothing
tablets, or balls; wax tips of purified Klingerite.
ozocerite and of ceresin (No. 249 of the Masks.
Fashioning (modeling) substances of minCaps.
eral substances, produced with stearin, Packing.
palmitin, paraffin, wax, or resin. Paper, pasteboard, undulated paste- Lights (candles) of all kinds, made of wax, board..
ceresin, paraffin, stearin, spermaceti, talPlates.
low, or the like, except night lights of all Rings.
Polishing stones, artificial (of burned, Shoes, boots, soles.
ground, or washed earths, formed with Kettle holders.
stearin, tallow, etc.). Kettle maps.
Cleaners, made with fats, oils, or soap Carrying cloths.
(cleaning oils, pomades, soaps). Cloth plates.
Lubricants (except wagon grease), made Asbestos cement bricks.
with fats or oils, liquid or solid, even Asbestos cement plates (fiber cement formed.
plates, eternite slate plate, asbestos ce- Shoe polish (except black, nonliquid), ment slate).
even when made with wax or ceresin. 1 Except floor carpets, closely woven textiles for fitting out furniture and rooms, velvet and plush, and velvetlike and plushlike fabrics.
2 The exportation and transit carriage of retort graphite is permitted. 3 Exportation only forbidden.
Solid soap of all kinds.
Alumina soap (aluminium palmitate).
Wax of Nos. 73, 141, and 247 of the tariff
(vegetable wax (carnauba, Japan, sumac,
[56th proclamation.] (Imperial Advertiser No. 98, of Apr. 28, 1915.) On the basis of $2 of the Imperial Order of July 31, 1914, concerning the embargo on the exportation and transit carriage of arms, ammunition, powder, etc., I hereby bring the following to the public knowledge:
The exportation of the following articles is prohibited: Maps, travelers' guides, and traveling manuals. However, the exportation to neutral countries of maps, travelers' guides, and traveling manuals produced in Germany shall be permitted provided they do not represent or discuss any German, Austrian, or Turkish territory.
DELBRÜCK, Deputy Imperial Chancellor. BERLIN, April 28, 1915.
(Imperial Advertiser No. 103, of May 4, 1915.) On the basis of 92 of the Imperial Orders of July 31, 1914, conc
ncerning the embargo (1) on the exportation and transit carriage of arms, ammunition, powder, etc., (2) the exportation and transit carriage of raw materials used in producing and operating munitions of war, and (3) the exportation of motor vehicles and crude mineral oils, anthracite coal tar, and all oils produced therefrom, I hereby bring the following to the public knowledge:
The exportation and transit carriage of the following articles are prohibited:
Steel bottles of all kinds, empty and filled.
Photographic cameras, even without objectives, and of closing mechanisms for photographic objectives.
Signal horns for automobiles.
DELBRÜCK, Deputy Imperial Chancellor. BERLIN, May 2, 1915.
[58th proclamation.] (Imperial Advertiser No. 106 of May 7, 1915.) On the basis of $2 of the Imperial Orders of July 31, 1914, concerning the embargo (1) on the exportation and transit carriage of arms, ammunition, powder, etc., and (2) on the exportation and transit carriage
1 Exportation only forbidden.