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the rate chargeable thereon if imported shall be dutiable at the rate chargeable empty: Provided further, That nothing thereon if imported empty: Provided herein contained shall be construed to further, That nothing herein contained repeal or impair the provisions of an shall be construed to repeal or impair Act entitled "An Act to prevent the the provisions of an Act entitled "An importation of impure and unwhole- Act to prevent the importation of imsome tea,” approved March 2, 1897, pure and unwholesome tea," approved and any Act amendatory thereof or March 2, 1897, and any Act amendasupplementary thereto. (Free.]

tory thereof. (Free.] Par. 1784. Teeth, natural, or

Par. 1683. Teeth, natural, or manufactured. (Free.]

manufactured. [Free.] Par. 1785. Tin or cassiterite, Par. 1684. Tin or cassiterite and black oxide of tin; Provided, That and black oxide of tin: Provided, That there shall be imposed and paid upon there shall be imposed and paid upon cassiterite, or black oxide of tin, a duty cassiterite, or black oxide of tin, a duty of 4 cents per pound, and upon bar, of 4 cents per pound, and upon bar, block, pig tin and grain or granulated, block, pig tin and grain or granulated, a duty of 6 cents per pound when it is a duty of 6 cents per pound when it is made to appear to the satisfaction of the made to appear to the satisfaction of President of the United States that the the President of the United States that mines of the United States are produc- the mines of the United States are proing one thousand five hundred tons of ducing one thousand five hundred tons cassiterite and bar, block, and pig tin of cassiterite and bar, block, and pig tin per year. The President shall make per year.

The President shall make known this fact by proclamation, and known this fact by proclamation, and thereafter said duties shall go into thereafter said duties shall go into effect. (Free.]

effect. (Free.] Par. 1786. Tin in bars, blocks or pigs, Par. 1685. Tin in bars, blocks or alloys in chief value of tin not specially pigs, and grain or granulated and scrap provided for, and grain or granulated tin, including scrap tin plate. (Free.) and scrap tin, including scrap tin plate. Par. 1562.

metals [Free.)

wrought, whether capable of being wrought or not, not-specially provided

for. [Free.] Par. 1787. Tobacco stems not cut, Par. 1686. Tobacco stems not cut, ground, or pulverized. [Free.]

ground, or pulverized. [Free.) Par. 1788. Truffles, fresh, or dried or Par. 766. * *; truffles, fresh, oi otherwise prepared

preserved.

dried or otherwise prepared or preserv[Free.]

ed, 25 per centum ad valorem. Par. 1789. Turmeric. (Free.]

Par. 1687. Turmeric. (Free.] Par. 1790. Turtles. (Free.]

Par. 1689. Turtles. (Free.] Par. 1791. Typewriters. (Free.]

Par. 1542.

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* [Free.] Par. 1792. Uranium, oxide and salts Par. 1690. Uranium, oxide and salts of. [Free.]

of. (Free.) Par. 1793. Urea. [Free.]

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per centum ad valorem. Par. 1794. Vegetable tallow. [Free.] Par. 1691. Vegetable tallow. [Free.]

Par. 1795. Wafers, not edible. Par. 1692. Wafers, not edible. (Free.)

[Free.] Par. 1796. Wax: Animal, vegetable, Par. 1693. Wax: Animal, vegetable, or mineral, not specially provided for. or mineral, not specially provided for. (Free.]

(Free.] Par. 1797. Disks of soft wax, com- Par. 1694. Disks of soft wax, commonly known as master records, or monly known as master records, or metal matrices obtained therefrom, for metal matrices obtained therefrom, for use in the manufacture of sound records use in the manufacture of sound records for export purposes. (Free.]

for export purposes. (Free.] Par. 1798. Wearing apparel, arti- Par. 1695. Wearing apparel, articles cles of personal adornment, toilet arti- of personal adornment, toilet articles, cles, and similar personal effects of and similar personal effects of persons persons arriving in the United States; arriving in the United States; but this but this exemption shall include only exemption shall include only such artisuch articles as were actually owned by cles as were actually owned by them and them and in their possession abroad in their possession abroad at the time at the time of or prior to their departure of or prior to their departure from a from a foreign country, and as are nec- foreign country, and as are necessary

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essary and appropriate for the wear and and appropriate for the wear and use use of such persons and are intended for of such persons and are intended for such wear and use, and shall not be such wear and use, and shall not be held to apply to merchandise or articles held to apply to merchandise or articles intended for other persons or for sale: intended for other persons or for sale: Provided, That all jewelry and similar Provided, That all jewelry and similar articles of personal adornment having articles of personal adornment having a value of $300 or more, brought in by a value of $300 or more, brought in by a nonresident of the United States, a nonresident of the United States, shall, if sold within three years after the shall, if sold within three years after the date of the arrival of such person in the date of the arrival of such person in the United States, be liable to duty at the United States, be liable to duty at the rate or rates in force at the time of rate or rates in force at the time of such such sale, to be paid by such person: sale, to be paid by such person: ProvidProvided further, That in case of resi- ed further, That in case of residents of dents of the United States returning the United States returning from from abroad all wearing apparel, per- abroad all wearing apparel, personal sonal and household effects, and in the and household effects taken by them

of individuals returning from out of the United States to foreign abroad, all professional books, imple countries shall be admitted free of ments, instruments, and tools of trade, duty, without regard to their value, occupation, or employment, taken by upon their identity being established them out of the United States to foreign under appropriate rules and regulacountries shall be admitted free of duty, tions to be prescribed by the Secretary without regard to their value, upon of the Treasury: Provided further, That their identity being established under

up to but not exceeding $100 in value appropriate rules and regulations to be of articles acquired abroad by such resiprescribed by the Secretary of the Treas- dents of the United States for personal ury: Provided further, That up to but or household use or as souvenirs or not exceeding $100 in value of articles curios, but not bought on commission acquired abroad by such residents of or intended for sale, shall be admitted the United States for personal or house- free of duty. [Free.] hold use or as souvenirs or curios, but not bought on commission or intended for sale, shall be admitted free of duty: Provided further, That a resident of the United States shall not take advantage of the exemption herein granted within a period of thirty days from the last exemption claimed. [Free.)

Par. 1799. Whalebone, unmanufac- Par. 1696. Whalebone, unmanufactured. [Free.]

tured. [Free.] Par. 1800. All barbed wire, whether Par. 1697. All barbed wire, whether plain or galvanized. [Free.]

plain or galvanized. (Free.) Par. 1801. Witherite, crude, un- Par. 1698. Witherite. (Free.] ground. [Free.]

Par. 1802. Wood charcoal. (Free.] Par. 1699. Wood charcoal. [Free.] Par. 1803. Wood:

Par. 1700. Wood: Logs; timber, (1) Timber hewn, sided, round, unmanufactured, hewn, sided or squared, otherwise than by sawing, squared otherwise than by sawing; pulp and round timber used for spars woods; round timber used for spars or or in building wharves; sawed lum- in building wharves; firewood, handle ber and timber, not further manu- bolts, shingle bolts; and gun blocks for factured than planed, and tongued gunstocks, rough hewn or sawed or and grooved; all the foregoing not planed on one side; sawed boards, specially provided for: Provided, planks, deals, and other lumber, not That if there is imported into further manufactured than sawed, the United States any of the planed, and tongued and grooved; foregoing lumber, planed on one clapboards, laths, ship timber; all of or more sides and tongued and the foregoing not specially provided for: grooved, manufactured in or ex- Provided, That if there is imported into ported from any country, depend the United States any of the foregoing ency, province, or other subdivi- lumber, planed on one or more sides sion of government which imposes and tongued and grooved, manufaca duty upon such lumber exported tured in or exported from any country, from the United States, the Presi- dependency, province, or other subdent may enter into negotiations division of government which imposes with such country, dependency, a duty upon such lumber exported from

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province, or other subdivision of the United States, the President may government to secure the removal enter into negotiations with such of such duty, and if such duty is country, dependency, province, or other not removed he may by proclama- subdivision of government to secure the tion declare such failure of nego- removal of such duty, and if such duty tiations, and in such proclama- is not removed he may by proclamation tion shall state the facts upon declare such failure of negotiations, and which his action is taken together in such proclamation shall state the with the rates imposed, and make facts upon which his action is taken declaration that like and equal together with the rates imposed, and rates shall be forthwith imposed make declaration that like and equal as hereinafter provided; where- rates shall be forthwith imposed as upon, and until such duty is re- hereinafter provided; whereupon, and moved, there shall be levied, until such duty is removed, there shall collected, and paid upon such lum- be levied, collected, and paid upon such ber, when imported directly or lumber, when imported directly or inindirectly from such country, de- directly from such country, dependpendency, province, or other sub- ency, province, or other subdivision of division of government, a duty government, a duty equal to the duty equal to the duty imposed by such imposed by such country, dependency, , country, dependency, province, or province, or other subdivision of govother subdivision of government ernment upon such lumber imported upon such lumber imported from from the United States. [Free.] the United States.

Par. 401. Logs of fir, spruce, cedar, (2) Logs; timber, round, un- or Western hemlock, $1 per thousand manufactured; pulp woods; fire- feet board measure: Provided, That any wood, handle bolts, shingle bolts; such class of logs cut from any particugun blocks for gunstocks, rough lar class of lands shall be exempt from hewn or sawed or planed on one such duty if imported from any counside; and laths; all the foregoing try, dependency, province, or other not specially provided for. (Free.] subdivision of government which has,

at no time during the twelve months immediately preceding their importation into the United States, maintained any embargo, prohibition, or other restriction (whether by law, order, regulation, contractual relation or otherwise, directly or indirectly) upon the exportation of such class of logs from such country, dependency, province, or other subdivision of government, if cut from such class of lands.

Par. 403. Cedar commercially known as Spanish cedar, lignum-vitæ, lancewood, ebony, box, granadilla, mahogany, rosewood, satinwood, Japanese white oak, and Japanese maple, in the log,

10 per centum ad valorem; Par. 1804. Posts, railroad ties, and Par. 1701. Paving posts, railroad telephone, trolley, electric-light, and ties, and telephone, trolley, electrictelegraph poles of cedar or other light, and telegraph poles of cedar or woods. [Free.]

other woods. [Free.]
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10 per centum ad valorem. Par. 1805. Pickets, palings, hoops, Par. 1702. Pickets, palings, hoops, and staves of wood of all kinds. (Free.] and staves of wood of all kinds. (Free.) Par. 1806. Woods: Sticks of par

Par. 1703. Woods: Sticks of partridge, hair wood, pimento, orange,

tridge, hair wood, pimento, orange, myrtle, bamboo, rattan, india malacca myrtle, bamboo, rattan, india malacca joints, and other woods not specially joints, and other woods not specially provided for, in the rough, or not fur- provided for, in the rough, or not further advanced than cut into lengths ther advanced than cut into lengths suitable for sticks for umbrellas, para- suitable for sticks for umbrellas, parasols, sunshades, whips, fishing rods, or sols, sunshades, whips, fishing rods, or walking canes. [Free.]

walking canes. [Free] Par. 1807. Original paintings in oil, Par. 1704. Original paintings in oil, mineral, water, or other colors, pastels, mineral, water, or other colors, pastels,

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original drawings and sketches in pen, original drawings and sketches in pen, ink, pencil, or water colors, artists' ink, pencil, or water colors, artists' proof etchings unbound, and engravings proof etchings unbound, and engravings and woodcuts unbound, original sculp- and woodcuts unbound, original sculptures or statuary, including not more tures or statuary, including not more than two replicas or reproductions of than two replicas or reproductions of the same; but the terms “sculpture” the same; but the terms “sculpture" and “statuary” as used in this para- and “statuary” as used in this paragraph shall be understood to include graph shall be understood to include professional productions of sculptors professional productions of sculptors only, whether in round or in relief, in only, whether in round or in rebronze, marble, stone, terra cotta, lief, in bronze, marble, stone, terra ivory, wood, or metal, or whether cut, cotta, ivory, wood, or metal, carved, or otherwise wrought by hand whether cut, carved, or otherwise from the solid block or mass of marble, wrought by hand from the solid block stone, or alabaster, or from metal, or or mass of marble, stone, or alabaster, cast in bronze or other metal or sub- or from metal, or cast in bronze or other stance, or from wax or plaster, made as metal or substance, or from wax or the professional productions of seulp- plaster, made as the professional protors only; and the words “painting, ductions of sculptors only; and the

drawing," "sketch," sculpture," and words “painting” and “sculpture” "statuary” as used in this paragraph and “statuary” as used in this parashall not be understood to include any graph shall not be understood to inarticles of utility or for industrial use, clude any articles of utility, nor such as nor such as are made wholly or in part are made wholly or in part by stencilby stenciling or any other mechanical ing or any other mechanical process; and process; and the words "etchings,' the words “etchings,' 'engravings, 'engravings,” and “woodcuts” as used and “woodcuts” as used in this parain this paragraph shall be understood graph shall be understood to include to include only such as are printed by only such as are printed by hand from hand from plates or blocks etched or plates or blocks etched or engraved with engraved with hand tools and not such hand tools and not such as are printed as are printed from plates or blocks from plates or blocks etched or enetched or engraved by photochemical graved by photochemical or other or other mechanical processes. [Free.] mechanical processes. [Free.]

Par. 1808. Works of art, drawings, Par. 1705. Works of art, drawings, engravings, photographic pictures, and engravings, photographic pictures, and philosophical and scientific apparatus philosophical and scientific apparatus brought by professional artists, lec- brought by professional artists, lecturers, scientists arriving from turers, scientists arriving from abroad for use by them temporarily for abroad for use by them temporarily for exhibition and in illustration, promo

exhibition and in illustration, promotion, and encouragement of art, science, tion, and encouragement of art, science, or industry in the United States, and or industry in the United States, and not for sale, shall be admitted free of not for sale, shall be admitted free of duty, under such regulations as the duty, under such regulations as the Secretary of the Treasury shall pre- Secretary of the Treasury, shall prescribe; but bonds shall be given for the scribe; but bonds shall be given for the payment to the United States of such payment to the United States of such duties as may be imposed by law upon duties as may be imposed by law upon any and all such articles as shall not be any and all such articles as shall not exported within six months after such be exported within six months after importation: Provided, That the Secre- such importation: Provided, That the tary of the Treasury may, in his dis- Secretary of the Treasury may, in his cretion, extend such period for a further discretion, extend such period for a furterm of six months in cases where appli- ther term of six months in cases where cation therefor shall be made. [Free.] application therefor shall be made.

(Free.] Par. 1809. Works of art, collections Par. 1706. Works of art; collections in illustration of the progress of the in illustration of the progress of the arts, sciences, agriculture, or manufac- arts, sciences, agriculture, or manufactures, photographs, works in terra tures, photographs, works in terra cotta, parian, pottery, or porcelain, cotta, parian, pottery, or porcelain, antiquities and artistic copies thereof antiquities and artistic copies thereof in metal or other material, imported in in metal or other material, imported in good faith for exhibition at a fixed place good faith for exhibition at a fixed place by any State or by any society or insti- by any State or by any society or in

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stitution established for the encouragement of the arts, science, agriculture, or ment of the arts, science, agriculture, education, or for a municipal corpora- or education, or for a municipal cortion, and all like articles imported in poration, and all like articles imported good faith by any society or association, in good faith by any society or associaor for a municipal corporation, for the tion, or for a municipal corporation, purpose of erecting a public monu- for the purpose of erecting a public ment, and not intended for sale nor for monument, and not intended for sale any other purpose than herein ex- nor for any other purpose than herein pressed; but bond shall be given, under expressed; but bond shall be given, such rules and regulations as the Sec- under such rules and regulations as the retary of the Treasury may prescribe, Secretary of the Treasury may prefor the payment of lawful duties which scribe, for the payment of lawful duties may accrue should any of the articles which may accrue should any of the aforesaid be sold, transferred, or used articles aforesaid be sold, transferred, contrary to this provision, and such or used contrary to this provision, and articles shall be subject at any time to such articles shall be subject at any examination and inspection by the time to examination and inspection by proper officers of the customs: Provided, the proper officers of the customs: ProThat the privileges of this and the pre- vided, That the privileges of this and ceding paragraph shall not be allowed the preceding paragraph shall not be to associations or corporations engaged allowed to associations or corporations in or connected with business of a pri- engaged in or connected with business vate or commercial character. [Free.] of a private or commercial character.

[Free.] Par. 1810. Works of art, productions Par. 1707. Works of art, productions of American artists residing tempo- of American artists residing temporarily abroad, or other works of art, in- rarily abroad, or other works of art, including pictorial paintings on glass, im- cluding pictorial paintings on glass, ported expressly for presentation to a imported expressly for presentation to national institution or to any State or a national institution or to any State or municipal corporation or incorporated municipal corporation or incorporated religious society, college, or other pub- religious society, college, or other public institution, including stained or lic institution, including stained or painted window glass or stained or painted window glass or stained or painted glass windows which are works painted glass windows which are works of art when imported to be used in of art when imported to be used in houses of worship, valued at $15 or houses of worship and when ordered more per square foot, and excluding any after the passage of this Act, valued at article, in whole or in part, molded, $15 or more per square foot, and excast, or mechanically wrought from cluding any article, in whole or in metal within twenty years prior to im- part, molded, cast, or mechanically portation; but such exemption shall be wrought from metal within twenty subject to such regulations as the Sec- years prior to importation; but such retary of the Treasury may prescribe. exemption shall be subject to such reg(Free.)

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ury may prescribe. [Free.) Par. 1811. Works of art (except rugs Par. 1708. Works of art (except rugs and carpets made after the year 1700), and carpets), collections in illustration collections in illustration of the prog- of the progress of the arts, works in ress of the arts, works in bronze, marble, bronze, marble, terra cotta, parian, terra cotta, parian, pottery, or porce- pottery, or porcelain, artistic antiqlain, artistic antiquities, and objects of uities, and objects of art of ornamental art of ornamental character or educa- character or educational value which tional value which shall have been pro- shall have been produced more than duced prior to the year 1830, but the one hundred years prior to the date of free importation of such objects shall importation, but the free importation be subject to such regulations as to of such objects shall be subject to such proof of antiquity as the Secretary of regulations as to proof of antiquity as the Treasury may prescribe. Violins, the Secretary of the Treasury may previolas, violoncellos, and double basses, scribe. (Free.] 3 of all sizes, made in the year 1800 or prior year. (Free.]

3 Rugs and carpets which are works of art made in the year 1700, or before, were dutiable according to grade and material of chief value.

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