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Nottingham lace-curtain machine, ham lace-curtain machine, and comwholly or in chief value of cotton or posed of cotton or other vegetable other vegetable fiber, 60 per centum fiber, when counting not more than five ad valorem.

points or spaces between the warp threads to the inch, 172 cents per square yard; when counting more than five such points or spaces to the inch, threefourths of 1 cent per square yard in addition for each point in excess of five; and in addition thereto, on all the foregoing articles in this paragraph, 25 per centum ad valorem: Provided, That none of the foregoing shall pay a less rate of duty than 60 per centum ad

valorem. Par. 921. Rag rugs, wholly or in Par. 1022. * *; carpets, carchief value of cotton, of the type com- peting, mats, matting, and rugs, made monly known as “hit-and-miss”, 75 wholly of cotton, flax, hemp, or jute, per centum ad valorem; chenille rugs, or a mixture thereof, 35 per centum ad wholly or in chief value of cotton, 40 valorem; all other floor coverings not per centum ad valorem; all other floor specially provided for, 40 per centum coverings, including carpets, carpeting, ad valorem. mats, and rugs, wholly or in chief value of cotton, 35 per centum ad valorem.

Par. 922. Rags, including wiping Par. 1459. That there shall be levied, rags, wholly or in chief value of cotton, collected, and paid

on all except rags chiefly used in paper- articles manufactured, in whole or in making, 3 cents per pound.

part, not specially provided for, a duty of 20 per centum ad valorem.

Par. 1601. Junk, old. (Free.] Par. 923. All manufactures, wholly Par. 921. All articles made from cotor in chief value of cotton, not specially ton cloth, whether finished or unfinprovided for, 40 per centum ad valorem. ished, and all manufactures of cotton or

of which cotton is the component material of chief value, not specially provided for, 40 per centum ad valorem.

Par. 1624. Nets or sections of nets for use in otter trawl fishing, if composed wholly or in chief value of * * *

vegetable fiber. [Free.] Par. 924. All the articles enumer- No corresponding provision. ated or described in this schedule (except in paragraph 922) shall be subject to an additional duty of 10 cents per pound on the cotton contained therein having a staple of one and oneeighth inches or more in length.

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SCHEDULE 10.-FLAX, HEMP, SCHEDULE 10.-Flax, HEMP, JUTE, AND MANUFACTURES OF JUTE, AND MANUFACTURES OF.

Par. 1001. Flax straw, $3 per ton; Par. 1001. Flax straw, $2 per ton; flax, not hackled, 172 cents per pound; flax, not hackled, 1 cent per pound; flax, hackled, including “dressed line, flax, hackled, including “dressed line,' 3 cents per pound; flax tow, flax 2 cents per pound; flax tow and flax noils, and crin vegetal, twisted or not noils, crin vegetal,

twisted twisted, 1 cent per pound; hemp and or not twisted, three-fourths of 1 cent hemp tow, 2 cents per pound; hackled per pound; hemp and hemp tow, 1 cent hemp, 372 cents per pound.

per pound; hackled hemp, 2 cents per

pound. Par. 1002. Sliver and roving, of flax, Par. 1002. Sliver and roving, of flax, hemp, ramie, or other vegetable fiber, hemp, ramie, or other vegetable fiber, not specially provided for, 20 per not specially provided for, 20 per centum ad valorem.

centum ad valorem.

2 35 per centum ad valorem on American selling price on rag rugs, composed wholly or in chief value of cotton, of the type commonly known as “hit-andmiss" by Presidential proclamation, effective Feb. 28, 1928, under sec. 315.

Par. 1003. Jute yarns or roving, Par. 1003. Jute yarns or roving, single, coarser in size than twenty- single, coarser in size than twentypound, 2/2 cents per pound; twenty- pound, 242 cents per pound; twentypound up to but not including ten- pound up to but not including tenpound, 4 cents per pound; ten-pound pound, 4 cents per pound; ten-pound up up to but not including five-pound, to but not including five-pound, 542 572 cents per pound; five-pound and cents per pound; five-pound and finer, finer, 7 cents per pound, but not more 7 cents per pound, but not more than than 40 per centum ad valorem; jute 40 per centum ad valorem; jute sliver, sliver, 172 cents per pound; twist, 142 cents per pound; twist, twine, and twine, and cordage, composed of two cordage, composed of two or more jute or more jute yarns or rovings twisted yarns or rovings twisted together, the together, the size of the single yarn or size of the single yarn or roving of roving of which is coarser than twenty- which is coarser than twenty-pound, pound, 342 cents per pound; twenty- 372 cents per pound; twenty-pound up pound up to but not including ten- to but not including ten-pound, 5 cents pound, 5 cents per pound; ten-pound up per pound; ten-pound up to but not to but not including five-pound, 632 including five-pound, 672 cents per cents per pound; five-pound and finer, pound; five-pound and finer, 11 cents 9 cents per pound; and in addition per pound. thereto, on any of the foregoing twist, twine, and cordage, when bleached, dyed, or otherwise treated, 2 cents per pound. Par. 1004. (a) Single yarns, of flax,

Par. 1004. Single yarns, in the gray, hemp, or ramie, or a mixture of any of made of flax, hemp, or ramie, or a mixthem, not finer than sixty lea, 35 per ture of any of them, not finer than centum ad valorem; finer than sixty twelve lea, 10 cents per pound; finer lea, 25 per centum ad valorem:

than twelve lea and not finer than (b) Threads, twines, and cords, sixty lea, 10 cents per pound and onecomposed of two or more yarns of flax, half of 1 cent per pound additional for hemp, or ramie, or a mixture of any of each lea or part of a lea in excess of them, twisted together, 40 per centum twelve; finer than sixty lea, 35 cents ad valorem,

per pound; and in addition thereto, on (c) There shall not be classified any of the foregoing yarns when boiled, under this paragraph any twines or 2 cents per pound; when bleached, cords composed of three

dyed, or otherwise treated, 5 cents per strands, each strand composed of two pound: Provided, That the duty on or more yarns, if such twines or cords any of the foregoing yarns shall not are wholly or in chief value of flax or be less than 25 nor more than 35 per ramie and three-sixteenths of one inch centum ad valorem. Threads, twines, or more in diameter, or wholly or in and cords, composed of two or more chief value of hemp and one-eighth of yarns of flax, hemp, or ramie, or a mixone inch or more in diameter.

ture of any of them, twisted together, the size of the single yarn of which is not finer than eleven lea, 1874 cents per pound; finer than eleven lea and not finer than sixty lea, 1874 cents per pound and three-fourths of 1 cent per pound additional for each lea or part of a lea in excess of eleven; finer than sixty lea, 56 cents per pound; and in addition thereto, on any of the foregoing threads, twines, and cords when boiled, 2 cents per pound; when bleached, dyed, or otherwise treated, 5 cents per pound: Provided, That the duty on the foregoing threads, twines, and cords shall be not less than 30 per

centum ad valorem. Par. 1005. (a) Cordage, including Par. 1005. Cordage, including cables, cables, tarred or untarred, composed tarred or untarred, wholly or in chief of three or more strands, each strand value of manila, sisal, or other hard composed of two or more yarns:

fibers, three-fourths of 1 cent per pound; (1) Wholly or in chief value of cordage, including cables, tarred or manila (abaca), sisal, henequen, untarred, wholly or in chief value of or other hard fiber, 2 cents per sunn, or other bast fibers, but not in

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pound; and in addition thereto, cluding cordage made of jute, 2 cents
on any of the foregoing smaller per pound; wholly or in chief value of
than three-fourths of one inch in hemp, 242 cents per pound.
diameter,
centum ad Par. 1004.

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cords, composed of two or more yarns (2) wholly or in chief value of of flax, hemp, or ramie, or a mixture of sunn, or other bast fiber, but not any of them, twisted together, the size of including cordage made of jute, the single yarn of which is not finer than 2 cents per pound;

eleven lea, 1844 cents per pound; finer (3) wholly or in chief value of than eleven lea and not finer than sixty hemp, 374 cents per pound.1

lea, 1874 cents per pound and three(b) Cords and twines (whether or fourths of 1 cent per pound additional not composed of three or more strands, for each lea or part of a lea in excess of each strand composed of two or more eleven; finer than sixty lea, 56 cents per yarns), tarred or untarred, single or pound; and in addition thereto, on any plied, wholly or in chief value of of the foregoing threads, twines, and manila (abaca), sisal, henequen, or cords when boiled, 2 cents per pound; other hard fiber, 40 per centum ad when bleached, dyed, or otherwise valorem.

treated, 5 cents per pound: Provided,
That the duty on the foregoing,
twines, and cords shall be not less than
30 per centum ad valorem.
Par. 1021.

all manufactures of vegetable fiber other than cotton, or of which such fibers or any of them is the component material of chief value, not specially provided for, 40

per centum ad valorem. Par. 1006. Gill nettings, nets, webs, Par. 1006. Gill nettings, nets, webs, and seines, and other nets for fishing, and seines, and other nets for fishing, wholly or in chief value of flax, hemp, composed wholly or in chief value of or ramie, and not specially provided flax, hemp, or ramie, and not specially for, 45 per centum ad valorem.

provided for, shall pay the same duty per pound as the highest rate imposed in this Act upon any of the thread, twine, or cord of which the mesh is made, and, in addition thereto, 10 per centum ad valorem.

Par. 1624. Nets or sections of nets for use in otter trawl fishing, if composed wholly or in chief value of *

vegetable fiber. (Free.] Par. 1007. Hose, suitable for conduct- Par. 1007. Hose, suitable for conducting liquids or gases, wholly or in chief ing liquids or gases, composed wholly or value of vegetable fiber, 1972 cents per

in chief value of vegetable fiber, 17 pound and 15 per centum ad valorem. cents per pound and 10 per centum ad

valorem. Par. 1008. Woven fabrics, wholly of Par. 1008. Fabrics, composed wholly jute, not specially provided for, not of jute, plain-woven, twilled, and all bleached, printed, stenciled, painted, other, not specially provided for, not dyed, colored, or rendered noninflam- bleached, printed, stenciled, painted, mable, 1 cent per pound; bleached, dyed, colored, nor rendered noninflamprinted, stenciled, painted, dyed, col-mable, 1 cent per pound; bleached,

; ored, or rendered noninflammable, 1 printed, stenciled, painted, dyed, colcent per pound and 10 per centum ad ored, or rendered noninflammable, 1 valorem.

cent per pound and 10 per centum ad

valorem. Par. 1009. (a) Woven fabrics, not Par. 1009. Woven fabrics, not includincluding articles finished or unfin- ing articles finished or unfinished, of ished, of flax, hemp, or ramie, or of flax, hemp, or ramie, or of which these which these substances or any of them substances or any of them is the comis the component material of chief ponent material of chief value (except value (except such as are commonly such as are commonly used as paddings used as paddings or interlinings in or interlinings in clothing), exceeding

thirty and not exceeding one hundred 1478 cents per pound by Presidential proclama

threads to the square inch, counting tion, effective July 24, 1931, under sec. 336.

the warp and filling, weighing not less

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clothing), exceeding thirty and not than four and one-half and not more exceeding one hundred threads to the than twelve ounces per square yard, square inch, counting the warp and and exceeding twelve inches but not filling, weighing not less than four and exceeding twenty-four inches in width, not more than twelve ounces per square 55 per centum ad valorem. yard, and exceeding twelve inches but Woven fabrics, such as are comnot exceeding thirty-six inches in monly used for paddings or interlinings width, 55 per centum ad valorem. in clothing, composed wholly or in

(b) Woven fabrics, such as are com- chief value of flax, or hemp, or of monly used for paddings or interlinings which these substances or either of in clothing, wholly or in chief value of them is the component material of chief flax, or hemp, or of which these sub- value, exceeding thirty and not exceedstances or either of them is the com- ing one hundred and ten threads to the ponent material of chief value, exceed- square inch, counting the warp and ing thirty and not exceeding one filling, and weighing not less than four hundred and twenty threads to the and one-half and not more than twelve square inch, counting the warp and ounces per square yard, 55 per centum filling, and weighing not less than four ad valorem; composed wholly or in and one-half and not more than twelve chief value of jute, exceeding thirty ounces per square yard, 55 per centum threads to the square inch, counting ad valorem; wholly or in chief value of the warp and filling, and weighing not jute, exceeding thirty threads to the less than four and one-half ounces and square inch, counting the warp and

not more

than twelve ounces per filling, and weighing not less than four square yard, 50 per centum ad valorem. and one-half ounces and not more than Par. 1008. Fabrics, composed wholly twelve ounces per square yard, 50 per of jute, plain-woven, twilled, and all centum ad valorem.

other, not specially provided for, not (c) Woven fabrics, in the piece cr bleached, printed, stenciled, painted, otherwise, wholly or in chief value of dyed, colored, nor rendered noninflamvegetable fiber, except cotton, filled, mable, 1 cent per pound; bleached, coated, or otherwise prepared for use as printed, stenciled, painted, dyed, colartists' canvas, 45 per centum ad ored, or rendered noninflammable, 1 valorem.

cent per pound and 10 per centum ad valorem.

Par. 1010. Woven fabrics, not including articles finished or unfinished, of flax, hemp, ramie, or other vegetable fiber except cotton, or of which these substances or any of them is the component material of chief value, not specially provided for, 40 per centum ad valorem.

Par. 1011. Plain-woven fabrics, not including articles finished or unfinished, of flax, hemp, ramie, or other vegetable fiber, except cotton, weighing less than four and one-half ounces per square

yard, 35 per centum ad valorem. Par. 1010. Woven fabrics, not includ- Par. 1010. Woven fabrics, not including articles finished or unfinished, of ing articles finished or unfinished, of flax, hemp, ramie, or other vegetable flax, hemp, ramie, or other vegetable fiber, except cotton, or of which these fiber except cotton, or of which these substances or any of them is the com- substances or any of them is the component material of chief value, not ponent material of chief value, not specially provided for, 40 per centum specially provided for, 40 per centum ad valorem.

ad valorem.

Par. 1011. Plain-woven fabrics, not including articles finished or unfinished, of flax, hemp, ramie, or other vegetable fiber, except cotton, weighing less than four and one-half ounces per square yard, 35 per centum ad valorem.

Par. 1011. Plain-woven fabrics, not Par. 1011. Plain-woven fabrics, not including articles finished or unfinished, including articles finished or unfinished, wholly or in chief value of flax, hemp, of flax, hemp, ramie, or other vegetable ramie, or other vegetable fiber, except fiber, except cotton, weighing less cotton, weighing less than four ounces than four and one-half ounces per per square yard, 35 per centum ad square yard, 35 per centum ad valorem. valorem.

Par. 1012. Pile fabrics, whether or Par. 1012. Pile fabrics, composed not the pile covers the entire surface, wholly or in chief value of vegetable wholly or in chief value of vegetable fiber other than cotton, cut or uncut, fiber, except cotton, and all articles, whether or not the pile covers the finished or unfinished, made or cut whole surface, and manufactures in from such pile fabrics: If the pile is any form, made or cut from any of the wholly cut or wholly uncut, 45 per foregoing, 45 per centum ad valorem. centum ad valorem; if the pile is partly cut, 50 per centum ad valorem.

Par. 1013. Table damask, wholly or Par. 1013. Table damask composed in chief value of vegetable fiber, except wholly or in chief value of vegetable cotton, and all articles, finished or fiber other than cotton, and manufacunfinished, made or cut from such tures composed wholly or in chief damask, 45 per centum ad valorem. value of such damask, 40 per centum

ad valorem. Par. 1014. Towels and napkins, Par. 1014. Towels and napkins, finished or unfinished, wholly or in finished or unfinished, composed wholly chief value of flax, hemp, or ramie, or of or in chief value of flax, hemp, or which these substances or any of them ramie, or of which these substances are, is the component material of chief or any of them is, the component mavalue, not exceeding one hundred and terial of chief value, not exceeding one twenty threads to the square inch, hundred and twenty threads to the counting the warp and filling, 55 per square inch, counting the warp and centum ad valorem; exceeding one filling, 55 per centum ad valorem; hundred and twenty threads to the exceeding one hundred and twenty square inch, counting the warp and threads to the square inch, counting filling, 40 per centum ad valorem; the warp and filling, 40 per centum ad sheets and pillowcases, wholly or in valorem; sheets and pillowcases, comchief value of flax, hemp, or ramie, or posed wholly or in chief value of flax, of which these substances or any of hemp, or ramie, or of which these subthem is the component material of stances are, or any of them is, the comchief value, 40 per centum ad valorem. ponent material of chief value, 40 per

centum ad valorem. Par. 1015. Fabrics, with fast edges, Par. 1015. Fabrics with fast edges not exceeding twelve inches in width, not exceeding twelve inches in width, and articles made therefrom; tubings, and articles made therefrom; tubings, garters, suspenders, braces, cords, tas- garters, suspenders, braces, cords, tassels, and cords and tassels; all the sels, and cords and tassels; all the foreforegoing, wholly or in chief value of going composed wholly or in chief value vegetable fiber, except cotton, or of of vegetable fiber other than cotton, vegetable fiber, except cotton, and or of vegetable fiber other than cotton india rubber, 35 per centum ad valorem; and india rubber, 35 per centum ad tapes, wholly or in part of flax, woven valorem; tapes composed wholly or in with or without metal threads, on reels, part of flax, woven with or without spools, or otherwise, and designed ex- metal threads, on reels, spools, or pressly for use in the manufacture of otherwise, and designed expressly for measuring tapes, 30 per centum ad use in the manufacture of measuring valorem.

tapes, 30 per centum ad valorem. Par. 1016. Handkerchiefs, wholly or Par. 1016. Handkerchiefs composed in chief value of vegetable fiber, except wholly or in chief value of vegetable cotton, finished or unfinished, not fiber other than cotton, finished or unhemmed, 35 per centum ad valorem; finished, not hemmed, 35 per centum hemmed or hemstitched, or unfinished ad valorem; hemmed or hemstitched, or having drawn threads,

50 per centum unfinished having drawn threads, 45 ad valorem: Provided, That any of the per centum ad valorem. foregoing made with hand rolled or hand made hems shall be subject to an additional duty of 1 cent each.

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