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Par. 1539. (a) Electrical insulators and Par. 1441. Electrical insulators and other articles, wholly or partly manu- other articles, wholly or partly manufactured, composed wholly or in chief factured composed wholly or in chief value of shellac or copal, not specially value of shellac, copal, or synthetic phe-provided for, 30 per centum ad valorem. nolic resin, not specially provided for,

(b) Laminated products (whether or 30 per centum ad valorem. not provided for elsewhere in this Act) Par. 1459. That there shall be levied, of which any synthetic resin or resin- collected, and paid like substance is the chief binding articles manufactured, in whole or in agent, in sheets or plates, 25 cents per part, not specially provided for, a duty pound and 30 per centum ad valorem; of 20 per centum ad valorem. in rods, tubes, blocks, strips, blanks, or [Also, various paragraphs according other forms, 50 cents per pound and 40 to material of chief value and nature per centum ad valorem; manufactures and description of article.) wholly or in chief value of any of the foregoing, or of any other product of which any synthetic resin or resin-like substance is the chief binding agent, 50 cents per pound and 40 per centum ad valorem. Par. 1540. Moss and sea grass, eel

Par. 1442. Moss and sea grass, eelgrass, and seaweeds, if manufactured grass, and seaweeds, if manufactured or or dyed, 10 per centum ad valorem. dyed, 10 per centum ad valorem. Par. 1541. (a) Musical instruments

Par. 1443. Musical instruments, and and parts thereof, not specially pro

parts thereof, not specially provided vided for, pianoforte or player-piano for, pianoforte or player actions and actions and parts thereof, violin bow parts thereof, cases for musical instruhair, pitch pipes, tuning forks, tuning ments, pitch pipes, tuning forks, tuning hammers, and metronomes, all the fore

hammers, and metronomes, strings for going, 40 per centum ad valorem; pipe

musical instruments composed wholly organs or pipe-organ player actions and or in part of steel or other metal, all the parts thereof, 60 per centum ad valo- foregoing, 40 per centum ad valorem; rem: Provided, That for pipe organs or

tuning pins, $1 per thousand and 35 per pipe-organ player actions and parts centum ad valorem; violins, violas, thereof especially designed and con

violoncellos, and double basses, of all structed for installation and use in a

sizes, wholly or partly manufactured or particular church, or in a particular assembled, $1 each and 35 per centum public auditorium at which it is not cus

ad valorem; unassembled parts of the tomary to charge an admission fee,

foregoing, 40 per centum ad valorem. which are imported for that specific use,

Par. 1586. Hair of horse, cattle, and and which are so installed and used other animals, cleaned or uncleaned, within one year from the date of impor- drawn or undrawn, but unmanufactation, the rate of duty shall be 40 per

tured, not specially provided for. centum ad valorem;' and the Secretary [Free.) of the Treasury is authorized to make

Par. 1434. Catgut, whip gut, oriental all needful rules and regulations for gut, and manufactures thereof, and carrying out the provisions of this

manufactures of worm gut 40 per cenclause; cases for musical instruments, tum ad valorem. 50 per centum ad valorem; chin rests for violins, 40 per centum ad valorem; bridges for fretted stringed instruments, not specially provided for, 50 per centum ad valorem; strings for musical instruments, composed wholly or in part of catgut, other gut, oriental gut, or metal, 40 per centum ad valorem; tuning pins, $1 per thousand and 35 per centum ad valorem.

(b) Violins, violas, violoncellos, and double basses, of all sizes, wholly or partly manufactured or assembled, made after the year 1800, $1.25 each and 35 per centum ad valorem; unas

8 Decreased from 60 per centum ad valorem to 35 per centum ad valorem, by Presidential proclamation, effective July 24, 1931, under section 336.

Decreased from 40 per centum ad valorem to 35 per centum ad valorem, by Presidential proclama. tion, effective July 24, 1931, under section 336.

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sembled parts, 40 per centum ad valorem.

(c) Carillons, and parts thereof, 20 per centum ad valorem. Par. 1542. Phonographs, gramo

Par. 1444. Phonographs, gramophones, graphophones, dictophones, phones, graphophones, and similar artiand similar articles, and parts thereof, cles, and parts thereof, not specially not specially provided for, 30 per cen- provided for, 30 per centum ad valotum ad valorem; needles for phono- rem; needles for phonographs, gramographs, gramophones, graphophones, phones, graphophones, and similar artidictophones, and similar articles, 8 cles, 45 per centum ad valorem. -cents per thousand and 45 per centum ad valorem.

Par. 1543. Rolls: Calender rolls or Par. 1445. Rolls: Calender rolls or bowls made wholly or in chief value of bowls made wholly or in chief value of cotton, paper, husk, wool, or mixtures cotton, paper, husk, wool, or mixtures thereof, or stone of any nature, com- thereof, or stone of any nature, compressed between and held together by pressed between and held together by iron or steel heads or washers fastened iron or steel heads or washers fastened to iron or steel mandrels or cores, suit- to iron or steel mandrels or cores, suitable for use in calendering, embossing, able for use in calendering, embossing, mangling, or pressing operations, 35 mangling, or pressing operations, 35 per centum ad valorem.

per centum ad valorem. Par. 1544. Rosaries, chaplets, and Par. 1446. Rosaries, chaplets, and similar articles of religious devotion, similar articles of religious devotion, of of whatever material composed (except whatever material composed (except if if made in whole or in part of gold, sil- made in whole or in part of gold, silver, ver, platinum, gold plate, silver plate, platinum, gold plate, silver plate, or or precious imitation precious precious or imitation precious stones), stones), valued at not more than $1.25 valued at not more than $1.25 per per dozen, 15 per centum ad valorem; dozen, 15 per centum ad valorem; valued at more than $1.25 per dozen, valued at more than $1.25 per dozen, 30 per centum ad valorem; any of the 30 per centum ad valorem; any of the foregoing if made in whole or in part of foregoing if made in whole or in part of gold, silver, platinum, gold plate, silver gold, silver, platinum, gold plate, silver plate, or precious or imitation precious plate, or precious or imitation precious stones, 50 per centum ad valorem. stones, 50 per centum ad valorem.

Par. 1545. Sponges, commercially Par. 1447. Sponges, 15 per centum known as sheepswool, 30 per centum ad ad valorem; manufactures of sponges, valorem;10 sponges, commercially known or of which sponge is the component as yellow, grass, or velvet, 25 per cen- material of chief value, not specially tum ad valorem; all other sponges, not provided for, 25 per centum ad valorem. specially provided for, 15 per centum ad valorem; manufactures of sponges, or of which sponge is the component material of chief value, not specially provided for, 25 per centum ad valorem.

Par. 1546. Violin rosin, 15 per cen- Par. 1448. Violin rosin, 15 per centum ad valorem.

tum ad valorem. Par. 1547. (a) Works of art, includ- Par. 1449. Works of art, including ing (1) paintings in oil or water colors, paintings in oil or water colors, pastels, pastels, pen and ink drawings, and pen and ink drawings, and copies, repcopies, replicas, or reproductions of any licas, or reproductions of any of the of the same, (2) statuary, sculptures, or same; statuary, sculptures, or copies, copies, replicas, or reproductions there- replicas, or reproductions thereof; and of, valued at not less than $2.50,11 and etchings and engravings; all the fore(3) etchings and engravings, all the going, not specially provided for, 20 per foregoing, not specially provided for, centum ad valorem. 20 per centum ad valorem.

Par. 1704. Original paintings in oil, (b) Paintings in oil, mineral, water, mineral, water, or other colors, pastels, or other colors, pastels, and drawings original drawings and sketches in pen, and sketches in pen and ink, pencil, or ink, pencil, or water colors, artists' water color, any of the foregoing proof etchings unbound, and engrav

ings and woodcuts unbound, original 10 2244 per. centum ad valorem, by Presidential proclamation, effective after Sept. 17, 1932, under

sculptures or statuary, including not

more than two replicas or reproduc11 Valued at less than $2.50, dutiable according to component material of chief value.

Free or dutiable according to particular facts.

Sec. 336.

(whether or not works of art) suitable as designs for use in the manufacture of textiles, floor coverings, wall paper, or wall coverings, 20 per centum ad valorem.

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tions of the same; but the terms “sculpture" and "statuary" as used in this: paragraph shall be understood to include professional productions of sculptors only, whether in round or in relief, in bronze, marble, stone, terra cotta, ivory, wood, or metal, or whether cut, carved, or otherwise wrought by hand from the solid block or mass of marble, stone, or alabaster, or from metal, or cast in bronze or other metal or substance, or from wax or plaster, made as the professional productions of sculp. tors only; and the words “painting” and "sculpture” and “statuary' used in this paragraph shall not be understood to include any articles of utility, nor such as are made wholly or in part by stenciling or any other mechanical process;

and the words etchings," "engravings,” and “wood. cuts” as used in this paragraph shall be understood to include only such as are printed by hand from plates or blocks etched or engraved with hand tools and not such as are printed from plates or blocks etched or engraved by photochemical or other mechanical processes.

Par. 1450. Peat moss, 50 cents per ton.

Par. 1451. Pencils of paper, wood, or other material not metal, filled with lead or other material, pencils of lead, crayons, including charcoal crayons or fusains,

not specially provided for, 45 cents per gross and 25 per centum ad valorem; pencil point pro-tectors, and clips, whether separate or attached to pencils, 25 cents per gross; pencils stamped with names other than the manufacturers' or the manufacturers' trade name or trade-mark, 50 cents per gross and 25 per centum ad valorem; slate pencils, not in wood, 25. per centum ad valorem.

Par. 1452. Pencil leads not in wood or other material, 6 cents per gross; leads, commonly known as refills, black, colored, or indelible, not exceeding six one-hundredths of one inch in diameter and not exceeding two inches in length, 10 cents per gross, and longerleads shall pay in proportion in addition thereto; colored or crayon leads, copy or indelible leads, not specially pro-vided for, 40 per centum ad valorem. Par. 20. *

manufactures of chalk not specially provided for, 25 per centum ad valorem.

Par. 352. Penholder tips, penholders and parts thereof, gold pens, combination penholders comprising penhold-ers, pencil, rubber eraser, automatic stamp, or other attachments, 25 cents. per gross and 20 per centum ad valorem; mechanical pencils made of base:

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Par. 1548. Peat moss, 50 cents per ton.

Par. 1549. (a) Pencils of paper, wood, or other material not metal, filled with lead or other material, pencils of lead, crayons (including chalk crayons and charcoal crayons or fusains), not specially provided for, 50 cents per gross and 30 per centúm ad valorem; pencil point protectors, and clips, whether separate or attached to pencils, 25 cents per gross; pencils stamped with names other than the manufacturers' or the manufacturers' trade name or trade-mark, 50 cents per gross and 25 per centum ad valorem; slate pencils, not in wood, 25 per centum ad valorem.

(b) Black leads for pencils, not in wood or other material, and black leads exceeding six one-hundredths of one inch in diameter, 6 cents per gross; leads, commonly known as refills, black, colored, or indelible, not exceeding six one-hundredths of one inch in diameter and not exceeding two inches in length, 10 cents per gross, and longer leads shall pay in proportion in addition thereto; colored or crayon leads, copy or indelible leads, not specially provided for, 40 per centum ad valorem.

Par. 1550. "(a) Penholder tips, penholders and parts thereof, gold pens, combination penholders comprising pen holders, pencil, rubber eraser, automatic stamp, or other attachments, 25 cents per gross and 20 per centum ad valorem: Provided, That pens and pen

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holders shall be assessed for duty metal and not plated with gold, silver, separately.

or platinum, 45 cents per gross and 20 (b) Fountain pens, fountain-pen per centum ad valorem: Provided, That holders, stylographic pens, and parts pens and penholders shall be assessed thereof, 72 cents per dozen and 40 per for duty separately. centum ad valorem: Provided, That the Par. 353. Fountain pens, fountainvalue of cartons and fillers shall be in- pen holders, stylographic pens, and cluded in the dutiable value.

parts thereof, 72 cents per dozen and 40 (c) Mechanical pencils, 45 cents per per centum ad valorem: Provided, That gross and 40 per centum ad valorem. the value of cartons and fillers shall be

included in the dutiable value.
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mechanical pencils, not specially provided for, 45 cents per gross and 25 per centum ad valorem;

Par. 31. Compounds of pyroxylin, of other cellulose esters or ethers, or of cellulose, by whatever name known (except compounds of cellulose known as vulcanized or hard fiber), made into finished or partly finished articles, of which any of the foregoing is the component material of chief value, 60 per centum ad valorem: Provided, That all such articles (except photographic and moving-picture films), whether or not more specifically provided for elsewhere, shall be dutiable

under this paragraph. Par. 1551. Photographic cameras Par. 1453. Photographic cameras and parts thereof, not specially pro- and parts thereof, not specially provided for, 20 per centum ad valorem: vided for, 20 per centum ad valorem; Provided, That if the photographic lens photographic dry plates, not specially is the component of chief value of the provided for, 15 per centum ad valorem; camera or of the part in which it is im- photographic and moving-picture films, ported, such camera or part, including sensitized but not exposed or developed, the photographic lens, shall be dutiable four-tenths of 1 cent per linear foot of at the rate applicable to such photo- the standard width of one and threegraphic lens when imported separately; eighths inches, and all other widths shall photographic dry plates, not specially pay duty in equal proportion thereto; provided for, 20 per centum ad valorem; photographic-film negatives, imported photographic films, sensitized but not in any, form, for use in any way in exposed or developed, of every kind connection with moving-picture exexcept motion-picture films having a hibits, or for making or reproducing width of one inch or more, 25 per cen- pictures for such exhibits, exposed but tum ad valorem; motion-picture films, not developed, 2 cents per linear foot; sensitized but not exposed or developed, exposed and developed, 3 cents per linfour-tenths of 1 cent per linear foot of ear foot; photographic-film positives, imthe standard width of one and three- ported in any form, for use in any way in eighths inches, and all other widths of

connection with moving-picture exhibone inch or more shall be subject to its, including herein all moving, motion, duty in equal proportion thereto; motophotography, or cinematography photographic-film negatives, imported film pictures, prints, positives, or dupliin any form, for use in any way in con- cates of every kind and nature, and of nection with moving-picture exhibits, or whatever substance made, 1 cent per for making or reproducing pictures for linear foot: Provided, That upon the imsuch exhibits, exposed but not devel- portation of photographic and motionoped, except undeveloped negative picture films or film negatives taken moving-picture film of American manu- from the United States and exposed in facture exposed abroad for silent or a foreign country by an American prosound news reel, 2 cents per linear foot; ducer of motion pictures operating exposed and developed, 3 cents per temporarily in said foreign country in linear foot; photographic-film positives, the course of production of a picture imported in any form, for use in any 60 per centum or more of which is made way in connection with moving-picture in the United States the duty shall be exhibits, including herein all moving, 1 cent per linear foot, and the Secremotion, motophotography, or cinema- tary of the Treasury shall prescribe such tography film pictures, prints, positives, rules and regulations as may be necesor duplicates of every kind and nature, sary for the entry of such films or film and of whatever substance made, 1 cent negatives under this proviso: Provided per linear foot: Provided, That upon the further, That all photographic films importation of photographic and mo- imported under this Act shall be subtion-picture films or film negatives taken ject to such censorship as may be imfrom the United States and exposed in a posed by the Secretary of the Treasury. foreign country by an American producer of motion pictures operating temporarily in said foreign country in the course of production of a picture 60 per centum or more of which is made in the United States the duty shall be 1 cent per linear foot, and the Secretary of the Treasury shall prescribe such rules and regulations as may be necessary for the entry of such films or film negatives under this proviso.

Par. 1552. Pipes and smokers' arti- Par. 1454. Pipes and smokers' articles: Common tobacco pipes and pipe cles: Common tobacco pipes and pipe bowls made wholly of clay, valued at bowls made wholly of clay, valued at not more than 40 cents per gross, 15

not more than 40 cents per gross, 15 cents per gross; valued at more than 40 cents per gross; valued at more than 40 cents per gross, 45 per centum ad valo- cents per gross, 45 per centum ad valorem; tobacco pipe bowls, wholly or in rem; pipe bowls commercially known chief value of brier or other wood or as stummels; pipes, cigar and cigarette root, in whatever condition of manu- holders, not specially provided for, and facture, whether bored or unbored, and mouthpieces for pipes, cigar and cigartobacco pipes having such bowls, 5 ette holders, all the foregoing of whatcents each and 60 per centum ad valo- ever material composed, and in whatrem; pipes, pipe bowls, cigar and cigar- ever condition of manufacture, whether ette holders, not specially provided for, wholly or partly finished, or whether and mouthpieces for pipes, or for cigar bored or unbored; pouches for chewing and cigarette holders, all the foregoing of or smoking tobacco, cases suitable for whatever material composed, and in pipes, cigar and cigarette holders, finwhatever condition of manufacture, ished or partly finished; cigarette books, whether wholly or partly finished, or

cigarette-book covers, cigarette paper whether bored or unbored, 5 cents each in all forms, except cork paper; and all and 60 per centum ad valorem; pouches smokers' articles whatsoever, and parts for chewing or smoking tobacco, cases

thereof, finished or unfinished, not spesuitable for pipes, cigar and cigarette cially provided for, of whatever material holders, finished or partly finished; composed, except china, porcelain, pacigarette books, cigarette-book covers, rian, bisque, earthen or stone ware, 60 cigarette paper in all forms, except per centum ad valorem; meerschaum, cork paper; and all smokers articles crude unmanufactured, 20 per whatsoever, and parts thereof, finished centum ad valorem. or unfinished, not specially provided for, of whatever material composed, except china, porcelain, parian, bisque, earthenware, or stoneware, 60 per centum ad valorem; meerschaum, crude or unmanufactured, 20 per centum ad valorem.

Par. 1553. All thermostatic bottles, Par. 1455. All thermostatic bottles, carafes, jars, jugs, and other thermo- carafes, jars, jugs, and other thermostatic containers, or blanks and pistons static containers, or blanks and pistons of such articles, of whatever material of such articles, of whatever material composed, constructed with a vacuous composed, constructed with a vacuous or partially vacuous insulation space to or partially vacuous insulation space to maintain the temperature of the con- maintain the temperature of the contents, whether imported, finished or un- tents, whether imported, finished or unfinished, with or without a jacket or finished, with or without a jacket or casing of metal or other material, shall casing of metal or other material, shall be subject to the following rates of pay the following rates of duty, namely: duty, namely: Having a capacity of Having a capacity of one pint or less, one pint or less, 15 cents each; having 15 cents each; having a capacity of a capacity of more than one pint and more than one pint, 30 cents each; and

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