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Par. 76. Vermilion reds containing quicksilver, dry or ground in or mixed with oil or water, 35 cents per pound; cuprous oxide, 35 per centum ad valorem.

Par. 78. Vermilion reds containing quicksilver, dry or ground in or mixed with oil or water, 28 cents per pound.

Par. 5. All chemical elements, all chemical salts and compounds, all medicinal preparations, and all combinations and mixtures of any of the foregoing, all the foregoing obtained naturally or artificially and not specially provided for, 25 per centum ad valorem.

Par. 79. Zinc oxide and leaded zinc oxides containing not more than 25 per centum of lead, in any form of dry powder, 134 cents per pound; ground in or mixed with oil or water, 274 cents per pound; lithopone, and other combinations or mixtures of zinc sulphide and barium sulphate, 194 cents per pound.

Par. 77. Zinc oxide and leaded zinc oxides containing not more than 25 per centum of lead, in any form of dry powder, 194 cents per pound; ground in or mixed with oil or water, 244 cents per pound; lithopone, and other combinations or mixtures of zinc sulphide and barium sulphate containing by weight less than 30 per centum of zinc sulphide, 194. cents per pound; containing by weight 30 per centum or more of zinc sulphide, 1/4 cents per pound and 15 per centum ad valorem.

Par. 78. Potassium: Chromate and dichromate, 274 cents per pound; citrate, 14 cents per pound; chlorate and perchlorate, 142 cents per pound; ferricyanide or red prussiate of potash, 7 cents per pound; ferrocyanide or yellow prussiate of potash, 4 cents per pound; iodide, 25 cents per pound; bromide, 10 cents per pound; bicarbonate, 112 cents per pound; carbonate, three-fourths of 1 cent per pound; hydroxide or caustic potash, 1 cent per pound; nitrate or saltpeter, refined, 1 cent per pound; and permanganate, 6 cents per pound.

Par. 80. Potassium: Chromate and dichromate, 274 cents per pound; chlorate 17 and perchlorate, 172 cents per pound; ferricyanide or red prussiate of potash, 7 cents per pound; ferrocyanide or yellow prussiate of potash, 4 cents per pound; iodide, 25 cents per pound; bromide, 10 cents per pound; bicarbonate, 172 cents per pound; carbonate, three-fourths of 1 cent per pound; hydroxide or caustic potash, 1 cent per pound; nitrate or saltpeter, refined, onehalf of 1 cent per pound; and permanganate,18 4 cents per pound.

Par. 5. All chemical elements, all chemical salts and compounds, all medicinal preparations, and all combinations and mixtures of any of the foregoing, all the foregoing obtained naturally or artificially and not specially provided for, 25 per centum ad valorem.

Par. 1562. Metallic mineral substances in a crude state, and metals unwrought, whether capable of being wrought or not, not specially provided for. [Free.]

Par. 82. Soap: Castile, 15 per centum ad valorem; toilet, 30 per centum ad valorem; all other soap and soap powder not specially provided for, 15 per centum ad valorem.

Par. 83. Sodium: Arsenate, 1 cent per pound; *

borate or borax, refined, one-eighth of 1 cent per pound; bromide, 10 cents per pound; carbonate, calcined, or soda ash, hydrated or sal soda, and monohydrated, one-fourth of 1 cent per pound; chlorate, 172 cents

Par. 79. Sodium, potassium, lithium, beryllium, and caesium, 25 per centum ad valorem.

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Par. 80. Soap: Castile, 15 per centum ad valorem; toilet, 30 per centum ad valorem; all other soap and soap powder, not specially provided for, 15 per centum ad valorem.

Par. 81. Sodium: Arsenate, 1 cent per pound; borate or borax, refined, oneeighth of 1 cent per pound; bromide, 10 cents per pound; carbonate, calcined, or soda ash, hydrated or sal soda, and monohydrated, one-fourth of 1 cent per pound; chlorate, 142 cents per pound; chloride or salt, in bags, sacks, barrels, or other packages, 11 cents per one hundred pounds; in bulk, 7 cents per

hundred pounds;

17 274 cents per pound, by Presidential proclamation, effective May 11, 1925, under sec. 315.

18 6 cents per pound, by Presidential proclamation, effective Dec, 16, 1928, under sec. 315.

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citrate, 12 cents per pound; chromate per pound; chloride or salt, in bags, and dichromate, 194 cents per pound; sacks, barrels, or other packages, 11 formate, 2 cents per pound; ferrocyanide cents per one hundred pounds; in bulk, or yellow prussiate of soda, 2 cents per

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one hundred pounds; pound; hydroxide or caustic soda, one- chromate and dichromate, 174 cents half of 1 cent per pound; nitrite, 442 per pound; formate, 2 cents per pound; cents per pound; oxalate, 272 cents per ferrocyanide or yellow prussiate of pound; phosphate (except pyro phos- soda, 2 cents per pound; hydroxide or phate) containing by weight less than caustic soda, one-half of 1 cent per 45 per centum of water, 172 cents per pound; nitrite,19 3 cents per pound; pound; phosphate (except pyro phos- phosphate, one-half of 1 cent per pound; phate) not specially provided for, sesquicarbonate, one-fourth of 1 cent three-fourths of 1 cent per pound; per pound; sulphate, crystallized, or sesquicarbonate, one-fourth of 1 cent Glauber salt, $1 per ton; sulphate, per pound; silicofluoride, 12 cents anhydrous, $2 per ton; sulphide, conper pound; sulphate, crystallized, or taining not more than 35 per centum of Glauber salt, $1 per ton; sulphate, sodium sulphide, three-eighths of 1 cent anhydrous, $3 per ton; sulphide, con- per pound; containing more than 35 taining not more than 35 per centum of per centum, three-fourths of 1 cent per sodium sulphide, three-eighths of 1 pound; silicate, sulphite, bisulphite, cent per pound; containing more than metabisulphite, and thiosulphate, three 35 per centum, three-fourths of 1 cent eighths of 1 cent per pound. per pound; silicate, sulphite, bisul- Par. 5. All chemical elements, all phite, metabisulphite, and thiosul- chemical salts and compounds, all phate, three-eighths of 1 cent per pound. medicinal preparations, and all combin

ations and mixtures of any of the foregoing, all the foregoing obtained naturally or artificially and not specially pro

vided for, 25 per centum ad valorem.20 Par. 82. Sodium hydrosulphite, hy- Par. 84. Sodium hydrosulphite, hydrosulphite compounds, sulphoxylate drosulphite compounds, sulphoxylate compounds, and all combinations and compounds, and all combinations and mixtures of the foregoing, 35 per centum mixtures of the foregoing, 35 per cenad valorem.

tum ad valorem. Par. 83. Starch: Potato, 272 cents Par. 85. Starch: Potato, 194 cents per pound; and all other starches not per pound; and all other starches not specially provided for, 172 cents per specially provided for, 1 cent per pound. pound.

Par. 84. Dextrine, made from potato Par. 86. Dextrine, made from potato starch or potato flour, 3 cents per pound; starch or potato flour, 244 cents per dextrine, not otherwise provided for, pound; dextrine, not otherwise proburnt starch or British gum, dextrine vided for, burnt starch or British gum, substitutes, and soluble or chemically dextrine substitutes, and soluble or treated starch, 2 cents per pound. chemically treated starch, 174 cents per

pound. Par. 85. Strontium: Carbonate, pre

Par. 87. Strontium: Carbonate, precipitated, nitrate, and oxide, 25 percipitated, nitrate, and oxide, 25 per centum ad valorem.

centum ad valorem. Par. 86. Strychnine, and salts of, Par. 88. Strychnine, and salts of, 20 cents per ounce.

15 cents per ounce. Par. 87. Thorium nitrate, thorium Par. 89. Thorium nitrate, thorium oxide, and other salts of thorium not oxide, and other salts of thorium not specially provided for, cerium nitrate, specially provided for, cerium nitrate, cerium fluoride, and other salts of cerium fluoride, and other salts of cerium not specially provided for, and cerium not specially provided for, and gas-mantle scrap consisting in chief gas-mantle scrap consisting in chief value of metallic oxides, 35 per centum value of metallic oxides, 35 per centum ad valorem.

ad valorem. Par. 88. Tin bichloride, tin tetra- Par. 90. Tin bichloride, tin tetrachloride, and all other chemical com- chloride, and all other chemical compounds, mixtures, and salts, of which tin pounds, mixtures, and salts, of which constitutes the element of chief value, tin constitutes the element of chief 25 per centum ad valorem.

value, 25 per centum ad valorem.

19 442 cents per pound, by Presidential proclamation, effective June 5, 1924, under sec. 315.

20 25 per centum ad valorem on American selling price of sodium silicofluoride, by Presidential proclamation, effective Sept 15, 1928, under sec. 315.

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Par. 89. Titanium potassium oxa- Par. 91. Titanium potassium oxalate, and all compounds and mixtures late, and all compounds and mixtures containing titanium, 30 per centum containing titanium, 30 per centum ad ad valorem.

valorem. Par. 90. Turpentine, gum and spir- Par. 1688. Turpentine, gum and spirits of, and rosin, 5 per centum ad its of, and rosin. (Free.] valorem. Par. 91. Vanadic acid, vanadic an- Par. 1.

all other acids hydride, and salts of the foregoing, 40 and acid anhydrides not specially proper centum ad valorem; chemical com- vided for, 25 per centum ad valorem. pounds, mixtures, and salts, wholly or Par. 5. All chemical elements, all in chief value of vanadium, not spe- chemical salts and compounds, all cially provided for, 40 per centum ad medicinal preparations, and all comvalorem.

binations and mixtures of any of the foregoing, all the foregoing obtained naturally or artificially and not specially

provided for, 25 per centum ad valorem. Par. 92. Vanilla beans, 30 cents per Par. 92. Vanilla beans, 30 cents per pound; tonka beans, 25 cents per pound; tonka beans, 25 cents per pound.

pound. Par. 93. Zinc chloride, 1910 cents Par. 93. Zinc chloride, 1910 cents per per pound; zinc sulphate, three-fourths pound; zinc sulphate, three-fourths of of 1 cent per pound; and zinc sulphide, 1 cent per pound; and zinc sulphide, 3 cents per pound.

172 cents per pound. Par. 94. Collodion emulsion, 25 per

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per centum ad valorem. Par. 95. Azides, fulminates, fulminat Par. 387. Azides, fulminates, fuling powder, and other like articles not minating powder, and other like articles specially provided for, 1242 cents per not specially provided for, 1272 cents pound.

per pound. Par. 96. Dynamite and other high Par. 388. Dynamite and other high explosives, put up in sticks, cartridges, explosives, put up in sticks, cartridges, or other forms, suitable for blasting, or other forms, suitable for blasting, 1/4 cents per pound.

1/4 cents per pound. Par. 97. Wood tar and pitch of Par. 1681. Tar and pitch of wood. wood, and tar oil from wood, 1 cent (Free.] per pound.

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SCHEDULE 2.-EARTHS, EARTH- SCHEDULE 2.-EARTHS, EARTHENENWARE, AND GLASSWARE

WARE, AND GLASSWARE. Par. 201. (a) Bath brick, chrome Par. 201. Bath brick, chrome brick, brick, and fire brick, not specially pro- and fire brick, not specially provided vided for, 25 per centum ad valorem; for, 25 per centum ad valorem; magnemagnesite brick, three-fourths of i site brick, three-fourths of 1 cent per cent per pound and 10 per centum ad pound and 10 per centum ad valorem. valorem.

Par. 1536. Brick, not specially pro(b) All other brick, not specially vided for: Provided, That if any counprovided for: Not glazed, enameled, try, dependency, province, or other painted, vitrified, ornamented, or deco- subdivision of government imposes a rated in any manner, $1.25 per thou- duty on such brick imported from the sand; if glazed, enameled, painted, United States, an equal duty shall be vitrified, ornamented, or decorated in imposed upon such brick coming into any manner, 5 per centum ad valorem, the United States from such country, but not less than $1.50 per thousand. dependency, province, or other sub

division of government. [Free.] Par. 202. (a) Tiles, unglazed, glazed, Par. 202. Tiles, unglazed, glazed, ornamented, hand painted, enameled, ornamented, hand painted, enameled, vitrified, semivitrified, decorated, en- vitrified, semivitrified, decorated, encaustic, ceramic mosaic, flint, spar, caustic, ceramic mosaic, flint, spar, embossed, gold decorated, grooved or embossed, gold decorated, grooved or corrugated, and all other earthern tiles corrugated, and all other earthenware and tiling by whatever name known tiles and tiling by whatever name known, (except pill tiles, but including tiles except pill tiles and so-called quarries

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wholly or in part of cement), all the or quarry tiles, red or brown, and foregoing valued at not more than 40 measuring seven-eighths of an inch or cents per square foot, 10 cents per over in thickness, but including tiles square foot, but not less than 50 nor wholly or in part of cement, valued at more than 70 per centum ad valorem; nor more than 40 cents per square foot, valued at more than 40 cents per square 8 cents per square foot, but not less foot, 60 per centum ad valorem.

than 45 nor more than 60 per centum (b) Mantels, friezes, and articles of ad valorem; valued at more than 40 every description or parts thereof, com- cents per square foot, 50 per centum posed wholly or in chief value of earthen ad valorem; mantels, friezes, and artiles or tiling, except pill tiles, 50 per ticles of every description or parts centum ad valorem.

thereof, composed wholly or in chief value of earthenware tiles or tiling, except pill tiles, 50 per centum ad valorem; so-called quarries or quarry tiles, red or brown, and measuring seven-eighths of an inch or over in thickness, 3 cents per square foot, but

not less than 30 per centum ad valorem. Par. 203. Limestone (not suitable Par. 203. Limestone (not suitable for use as monumental or building for use as monumental or building stone), crude, or crushed but not pul- stone), crude, or crushed but not pulverized, 5 cents per one hundred verized, 5 cents per one hundred pounds; lime, not specially provided pounds; lime, not specially provided for, for, 10 cents per one hundred pounds, 10 cents per one hundred pounds, includincluding the weight of the container; ing. the weight of the container; hydrated lime, 12 cents per one hun- hydrated lime, 12 cents per dred pounds, including the weight of hundred pounds, including the weight the container.

of the container. Par. 204. Crude magnesite, fifteen Par. 204. Crude magnesite, five-sixthirty-seconds of 1 cent per pound; teenths of 1 cent per pound;' caustic caustic calcined magnesite, fifteen-six- calcined magnesite, five-eighths of 1 teenths of 1 cent per pound; dead cent per pound;- dead burned and grain burned and grain magnesite, and magnesite, not suitable for manufacpericlase, not suitable for manufacture ture into oxychloride cements, twentyinto oxychloride cements, twenty-three three fortieths of 1 cent per pound. fortieths of 1 cent per pound.

Par. 1619. Minerals, crude, or not advanced in value or condition by refining or grinding, or by other process of manufacture, not specially provided for. (Free.]

Par. 214. Earthy or mineral substances wholly or partly manufactured and articles, wares, and materials (crude or advanced in condition), composed wholly or in chief value of earthy or mineral substances, not specially provided for, whether susceptible of decoration or not, if not decorated in

any manner, 30 per centum ad valorem; Par. 205. (a) Plaster rock or gyp

Par. 205. Plaster rock or gypsum, sum, ground or calcined, $1.40 per ton. ground or calcined, $1.40 per ton; white

(b) Roman, Portland, and other nonstaining Portland cement, 8 cents hydraulic cement or cement clinker, per one hundred pounds, including the 6 cents per one hundred pounds, in- weight of the container; Keene's cluding the weight of the container; cement, and other cement of which white nonstaining Portland cement, 8 gypsum is the component material of cents per one hundred pounds, in- chief value, valued at $14 per ton or cluding the weight of the container. less, $3.50 per ton; valued above $14

(c) Keene's cement, and other cement and not above $20 per ton, $5 per ton; of which gypsum is the component valued above $20 and not above $40 material of chief value: Valued at $14 per ton, $10 per ton; valued above $40 per ton or less, $3.50 per ton; valued per ton, $14 per ton; other cement, not above $14 and not above $20 per ton, $5 per ton; valued above $20 and not 11532 cent per pound, by Presidential proclama

tion, effective Dec. 10, 1927, under sec. 315. above $40 per ton, $10 per ton; valued

31510 cent per pound, by Presidential proclamaabove $40 per ton, $14 per ton.

tion, effective Dec. 10, 1927, under sec. 315.

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(d) Other cement, not specially pro- specially provided for, 20 per centum ad vided for, 20 per centum ad valorem. valorem.

(e) Statues, statuettes, and bas- Par. 1543. Cement: Roman, Portreliefs, wholly or in chief value of land, and other hydraulic: Provided, plaster of Paris, not specially provided That if any country, dependency, provfor, 60 per centum ad valorem; manu- ince, or other subdivision of governfactures of which plaster of Paris is the ment imposes a duty on such cement component material of chief value, not imported from the United States, an specially provided for, 35 per centum equal duty shall be imposed upon such ad valorem.

cement coming into the United States from such country, dependency, province, or other subdivision of government. (Free.]

Par. 1440. Manufactures of * plaster of Paris,

or of which these substances or any of them is the component material of chief value, not specially provided for;

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statuary, imported in good faith for presentation (without charge) to, and for the use of, any corporation or association organized and operated exclusively for relig

ious purposes. (Free.] Par. 206. Pumice stone, unmanufac- Par. 206. Pumice stone, unmanuured, valued at $15 or less per ton, one- tured, valued at $15 or less per ton, tenth of 1 cent per pound; valued at one-tenth of 1 cent per pound; valued more than $15 per ton, one-fourth of at more than $15 per ton, one-fourth 1 cent per pound; wholly or partly of 1 cent per pound; wholly or partly manufactured, three-fourths of į cent manufactured, fifty-five one-hundredths per pound; manufactures of pumice of 1 cent per pound; manufactures of stone, or of which pumice stone is the

pumice stone, or of which pumice stone component material of chief value, is the component material of chief value, not specially provided for, 35 per cent- not specially provided for, 35 per centum ad valorem.

um ad valorem. Par. 207. Clays or earths, unwrought Par. 207. Clays or earths, unwrought and unmanufactured, including com- or unmanufactured, including common mon blue clay and Gross-Almerode glass blue clay and Gross-Almerode glass pot pot clay, not specially provided for, $1 clay, not specially provided for, $1 per per ton; wrought or manufactured, not ton; wrought or manufactured, not specially provided for, $2 per ton; specially provided for, $2 per ton; 2

$ bentonite, unwrought and unman- china clay or kaolin, $2.50 per ton; ufactured, $1.50 per ton; wrought or bauxite, crude, not refined or otherwise manufactured, $3.25 per ton; china advanced in condition in any manner, clay or kaolin, $2.50 per ton; crude $1 per ton; fuller's earth, unwrought feldspar, $1 per ton;3 bauxite, crude, not and unmanufactured, $1.50 per ton; refined or otherwise advanced in con- wrought or manufactured, $3.25 per dition in any manner, $1 per ton; ton; silica, crude, not specially profuller's earth, unwrought and unmanu- vided for, $4 per ton;

fluorfactured, $1.50 per ton; wrought or spar, $5.60 per ton. manufactured, $3.25 per ton; clays or Par. 1619. Minerals, crude, or not earths artificially activated with acid or advanced in value or condition by reother material, one-fourth of 1 cent per fining or grinding, or by other process pound and 30 per centum ad valorem; of manufacture, not specially provided silica, crude, not specially provided for, for. (Free.) $3.50 per ton; fuorspar, containing Par. 214. Earthy or mineral submore than 97 per centum of calcium stances wholly or partly manufactured fluoride, $5.60 per ton; containing not and articles, wares, and materials more than 97 per centum of calcium (crude or advanced in condition), comfluoride, $8.40 per ton; sand containing posed wholly or in chief value of earthy 95 per centum or more of silica and not or mineral substances, not specially more than six-tenths of 1 per centum of provided for, whether susceptible of oxide of iron and suitable for use in the manufacture of glass, $2 per ton.

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than 93 per centum of calcium fluoride, by Presiden3 Crude feldspar, 50 cents per ton, by Presidential tial proclamation, effective Nov. 16, 1928, under sec. proclamation, effective Jan. 1, 1932, under sec. 336.

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