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vided for, not exceeding in size one of glass or paste, or of which glass or hundred and forty-four square inches, paste is the component material of with or without frames or cases, 50 chief value, not specially provided for, per centum ad valorem.

50 per centum ad valorem. (c) Glass ruled or etched in any Par. 1453. Photographic cameras and manner, and manufactures of such parts thereof, not specially provided glass, for photographic reproductions for, 20 per centum ad valorem; or engraving processes, or for measur- Par. 218. * * all articles of ing or recording purposes, 55 per every description not specially procentum ad valorem.

vided for, composed wholly or in chief (d) All glass, and manufactures of value of glass or paste, or combinations glass, or of which glass is the com- of glass and paste, blown or partly ponent of chief value, except broken blown in the mold or otherwise, or glass or glass waste fit only for remanu- colored, cut, engraved, etched, frosted, facture, not specially provided for, 50 gilded, ground (except such grinding per centum ad valorem.

as is necessary for fitting stoppers or for purposes other than ornamentation), painted, printed in any manner, sand-blasted, silvered, stained, or decorated or ornamented in any manner, whether filled or unfilled, or whether their contents be dutiable or free, 55 per centum ad valorem;

Par. 231. Smalts, frostings, and all Par. 231. Smalts, frostings, and all ceramic and glass colors, fluxes, glazes, ceramic and glass colors, fluxes, glazes, and enamels, all the foregoing, ground and enamels, all the foregoing, ground or pulverized, 30 per centum ad vaor pulverized, 30 per centum ad va- lorem; in any other form, 40 per lorem; in any other form, 40 per centum ad valorem; opal, enamel or centum ad valorem; opal, enamel or cylinder glass tiles, tiling, cylinder glass tiles and tiling, 40 per 40 per centum ad valorem. centum ad valorem.

Par. 232. Marble, breccia, and onyx Par. 232. (a) Marble, breccia, and in block, rough or squared only, 65 onyx, in block, rough or squared only, cents per cubic foot; marble, breccia, 65 cents per cubic foot; marble, brec- and onyx, sawed or dressed, over two cia, and onyx, sawed or dressed, over inches in thickness, $1 per cubic foot; two inches in thickness, $1 per cubic slabs and paving tiles of marble, foot.

breccia, or onyx, containing not less (b) Slabs and paving tiles of marble, than four superficial inches, if not breccia, or onyx: Containing not less more than one inch in thickness, 8 than four superficial inches, if not more cents per superficial foot; if more than than one inch in thickness, 8 cents per one inch and not more than one and superficial foot; if more than one inch one-half inches in thickness, 10 cents and not more than one and one-half per superficial foot; if more than one inches in thickness, 10 cents per super

and one-half inches and not more than ficial foot; if more than one and one- two inches in thickness, 13 cents per half inches and not more than two superficial foot; if rubbed in whole or inches in thickness, 13 cents per super- in part, 3 cents per superficial foot in ficial foot; in addition thereto on all addition; mosaic cubes of marble, the foregoing, if rubbed in whole or in breccia, or onyx, not exceeding two cubic part, 3 cents per superficial foot, or if inches in size, if loose, one-fourth of 1 polished in whole or in part (whether cent per pound and 20 per centum ad or not rubbed), 6 cents per superficial valorem; if attached to paper or other foot.

material, 5 cents per superficial foot (c) Mosaic cubes of marble, breccia, and 35 per centum ad valorem. or onyx, not exceeding two cubic inches Par. *233. Marble, breccia, onyx, in size, if loose, one-fourth of 1 cent

wholly or partly manufacper pound and 20 per centum ad tured into monuments, benches, vases, valorem; if attached to paper or other and other articles, and articles of material, 5 cents per superficial foot which these substances or any of them and 35 per centum ad valorem. is the component material of chicf (d) Marble, breccia, and onyx, value,

not specially prowholly or partly manufactured into vided for, 50 per centum ad valorem. monuments, benches, vases, and other Par. 1449. Works of art, including articles, and articles of which these

statuary, sculptures, or copsubstances or any of them is the com- ies, replicas, or reproductions thereof; ponent material of chief value, not *; all the foregoing, not spe. specially provided for, 50 per centum cially provided for, 20 per centum ad ad valorem.

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Par. 233. Alabaster and jet, wholly Par. 233. * *, alabaster, and jet, or partly manufactured into monu- wholly or partly manufactured into ments, benches, vases, and other arti- monuments, benches, vases, and other cles, and articles of which these sub- articles, and articles of which these substances or either of them is the com- stances or any of them is the component ponent material of chief value, and all material of chief value, and all articles articles composed wholly or in chief composed wholly or in chief value of value of agate, rock crystal, or other agate, rock crystal, or other semiprecisemiprecious stone, except such as are ous stone, except such as are cut into cut into shapes and forms fitting them shapes and forms fitting them expressly expressly for use in the construction of for use in the construction of jewelry, jewelry, not specially provided for, 50 not specially provided for, 50 per per cent ad valorem.

centum ad valorem.
Par. 1449. Works of art, including

* statuary, sculptures, or copies, replicas, or reproductions thereof ;

k; all the foregoing, not specially provided for, 20 per centum ad

valorem. Par. 234. (a) Granite suitable for use Par. 235. Freestone, granite, sandas monumental, paving, or building stone, limestone, lava, and all other stone, not specially provided for, bewn, stone suitable for use as monumental dressed, pointed, pitched, lined, or pol- or building stone, except marble, brecished, or otherwise manufactured, 60 cia, and onyx, not specially provided per centum ad valorem; unmanufac- for, hewn, dressed, or polished, or othertured, or not dressed, pointed, pitched, wise manufactured, 50 per centum lined, hewn, or polished, 25 cents per ad valorem; unmanufactured, or not cubic foot.

dressed, hewn, or polished, 15 cents (b) Travertine stone, unmanufac- per cubic foot." tured, or not dressed, hewn, or pol- Par. 1675. *

* granite, ished, 25 cents per cubic foot.

not suitable for use as monumental or (c) Freestone, sandstone, limestone, building stone; all of the foregoing not lava, and all other stone suitable for specially provided for. (Free.] use as monumental or building stone, except marble, breccia, and onyx, not specially provided for, hewn, dressed, or polished, or otherwise manufactured, 50 per centum ad valorem; unmanufactured, or not dressed, hewn, or polished, 15 cents per cubic foot.

Par. 235. Slate, slates, slate chimney Par. 237. Slates, slate chimney pieces, mantels, slabs for tables, roofing pieces, mantles, slabs for tables, roofing slates, and all other manufactures of slates, and all other manufactures of slate, not specially provided for, 25 per slate, not specially provided for, 15 per centum ad valorem.

centum ad valorem.

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. 236. Watch crystals or watch Par. 238. Watch crystals, 60 per glasses, finished or unfinished, 60 per centum ad valorem. centum ad valorem.

Par. 219. Cylinder, crown, and sheet glass, by whatever process made, and for whatever purpose used, unpolished, not exceeding one hundred and fifty square inches, 144 cents per pound; above that, and not exceeding three hundred and eighty-four square inches, 19 cents per pound; above that, and not exceeding seven hundred and twenty square inches, 158 cents per pound; above that, and not exceeding eight hundred and sixty-four square inches, 19 cents per pound; above that, and not exceeding one thousand two hun

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dred square inches, 2 cents per pound; above that, and not exceeding two thousand four hundred square inches, 274 cents per pound; above that, 272 cents per pound:10 Provided, That unpolished cylinder, crown, and sheet glass, imported in boxes, shall contain fifty square feet, as nearly as sizes will permit, and the duty shall be computed thereon according to the actual weight of glass.

Par. 220. Cylinder, crown, and sheet glass, by whatever process made, polished, not exceeding three hundred and eighty-four square inches, 4 cents per square foot; above that, and not exceeding seven hundred and twenty square inches, 6 cents per square foot; above that, and not exceeding one thousand four' hundred and forty square inches, 12 cents per square foot; above that, 15 cents per square foot.

Par. 224. Cast polished plate glass, silvered or unsilvered, and cylinder, crown, and sheet glass, by whatever process made, silvered or unsilvered, polished or unpolished, when bent, ground, obscured, frosted, sanded, enameled, beveled, etched, embossed, engraved, flashed, stained, colored, painted, ornamented, or decorated, shall be subject to a duty of 5 per centum ad valorem in addition to the rates otherwise chargeable thereon. Par. 230. *

manufactures of glass or paste, or of which glass or paste is the component material of chief value, not specially provided for, 50 per centum ad valorem.

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SCHEDULE 3.-METALS AND MANUSCHEDULE 3.- METALS AND

FACTURES OF.
MANUFACTURES OF

Par. 301. Iron in pigs, iron kentPar. 301. Iron in pigs and iron kent- ledge, spiegeleisen containing more ledge, $1.1242 per ton; spiegeleisen con- than 1 per centum of carbon, 75 cents taining more than 1 per centum of car- per ton ?; wrought and cast scrap iron, bon, 75 cents per ton; granular or and scrap steel, valued at not more sponge iron, $2.25 per ton; wrought than 7 cents per pound, 75 cents per and cast scrap iron, scrap steel, ham- ton: Provided, That spiegeleisen for mer scale, roll scale, and mill scale, 75 the purposes of this Act shall be an iron cents per ton: Provided, That spiege- manganese alloy containing less than leisen for the purposes of this Act shall 30 per centum of manganese: Provided be an iron manganese alloy containing further, That nothing shall be deemed less than 30 per centum of manganese: scrap iron or scrap steel except secondProvided further, That nothing shall be hand or waste or refuse iron or steel fit deemed scrap iron or scrap steel except only to be remanufactured. secondhand or waste or refuse iron or Par. 1457. Waste, not specially prosteel fit only to be remanufactured: vided for, 10 per centum ad valorem. Provided further, That an additional Par. 1562. Metallic mineral subduty of $i per pound on the vanadium stances in a crude state, and metals content in excess of one-tenth of 1 per unwrought, whether capable of being centum, 72 cents per pound on the wrought or not, not specially provided tungsten content in excess of two- for. [Free.) tenths of 1 per centum, 65 cents per pound on the molybdenum content 10 See footnote page 30. in excess of two-tenths of 1 per centum,

1 Iron in pigs and iron kentledge, $1.1242 per ton,

by Presidential proclamation, effective Mar. 25, and 3 cents per pound on the chromium 1927, under sec. 315.

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Par. 302. (a) Manganese (in- Par. 302. Manganese ore or cluding ferruginous manganese ore) or centrates containing in excess of 30 concentrates, and manganiferous iron per centum of metallic manganese, 1 ore, all the foregoing containing in cent per pound on the metallic man

of 10 per centum of metallic ganese contained therein; molybdenum manganese, 1 cent per pound on the or concentrates, 35 cents per metallic manganese contained therein. pound on the metallic molybdenum (b) Molybdenum

contained therein; tungsten ore trates, 35 cents per pound on the metal- concentrates, 45 cents per pound on lic molybdenum contained therein. the metallic tungsten contained there

(c) Tungsten ore or concentrates, 50 in; ferromanganese containing more cents per pound on the metallic tung- than 1 per centum of carbon, 17 cents sten contained therein.

per pound on the metallic manganese (d) Ferromanganese containing more contained therein: Provided, That ferthan 1 per centum of carbon, 178 cents romanganese for the purposes of this per pound on the metallic manganese

Act shall be such iron manganese contained therein: Provided, That fer- alloys as contain 30 per centum or romanganese for the purposes of this more of manganese; manganese metal, Act shall be such iron manganese alloys manganese silicon, manganese boron, as contain 30 per centum or more of and ferromanganese and spiegeleisen manganese.

containing not more than 1 per centum (e) Manganese metal, manganese of carbon, 17 cents per pound on the silicon, manganese boron, and ferro- manganese contained therein and 15 manganese and spiegeleisen containing per centum ad valorem; ferromolybnot more than 1 per centum of carbon, denum, metallic molybdenum, molyb176 cents per pound on the manganese denum powder, calcium molybdate, contained therein and 15 per centum ad and all other compounds and alloys of valorem.

molybdenum, 50 cents per pound (f) Ferromolybdenum, metallic on the molybdenum contained therein molybdenum, molybdenum powder, and 15 per centum ad valorem; ferrocalcium molybdate, and all other com- tungsten, metallic tungsten, tungsten pounds and alloys of molybdenum, 50 powder, tungstic acid, and all other cents per pound on the molybdenum compounds of tungsten, 60 cents per contained therein and 15 per centum

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the tungsten contained ad valorem.

therein and 25 per centum ad valorem; (g) Tungsten metal, tungsten car- ferrochromium tungsten, chromium bide, and mixtures or combinations tungsten, chromium cobalt tungsten, containing tungsten metal or tung- tungsten nickel, and all other alloys sten carbide, all the foregoing, in lumps, of tungsten not specially provided for, grains, or powder, 60 cents per pound on 60 cents per pound on the tungsten the tungsten contained therein and 50 contained therein and 25 per centum per centum ad valorem; tungstic acid, ad valorem; ferrosilicon, containing 8 and all other compounds of tungsten, per centum or more of silicon and less not specially provided for, 60 cents per than 60 per centum, 2 cents per pound pound on the tungsten contained therein the silicon contained therein; and 40 per centum ad valorem. containing 60 per centum or more of

(h) Ferrotungsten, ferrochromium silicon and less than 80 per centum, 3 tungsten, chromium tungsten, chro- cents per pound on the silicon conmium cobalt tungsten, tungsten nickel, tained therein; containing 80 per centand all other alloys of tungsten not um or more of silicon and less than 90 specially provided for, 60 cents per per centum, 4 cents per pound on the pound on the tungsten contained therein silicon contained therein; containing and 25 per centum ad valorem.

90 per centum or more of silicon, and (i) Ferrosilicon, containing 8 per silicon metal, 8 cents per pound on the centum or more of silicon and less than silicon contained therein; ferrochrome 60 per centum, 2 cents per pound on or ferrochromium containing, 3 per the silicon contained therein; contain- centum or more of carbon, 342 cents ing 60 per centum or more of silicon per pound on the chromium contained and less than 80 per centum, 3 cents therein; ferrochrome or ferrochromium per pound on the silicon contained containing less than 3 per centum of therein; containing 80 per centum or carbon, and chrome chromium more of silicon and less than 90 per metal, 30 per centum ad valorem; centum, 4 cents per pound on the silicon ferrophosphorus, ferrotitanium, ferrocontained therein; containing 90 per vanadium, ferrouranium, ferrozircocentum or more of silicon, and silicon nium, zirconiumferrosilicon, ferroboron,

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metal, 8 cents per pound on the silicon titanium, zirconium, chromium nickel, contained therein.

vanadium nickel, zirconium nickel, (j) Silicon aluminum, aluminum sili- chromium vanadium, chromium silicon, con, alsimin, ferrosilicon aluminum, zirconium silicon, calcium silicide, and and ferroaluminum silicon, 5 cents per all alloys used in the manufacture of pound.2

steel not specially provided for, 25 per (k) Ferrochrome or ferrochromium centum ad valorem; cerium metal, $2 containing 3 per centum or more of per pound; ferrocerium and all other carbon, 242 cents per pound on the cerium alloys, $2 per pound and 25 chromium contained therein; ferro- per centum ad valorem; ductile tantachrome or ferrochromium containing lum metal or ductile nonferrous alloys less than 3 per centum of carbon, and of tantalum metal, 40 per centum ad chrome metal or chromium metal, 30 valorem. per centum ad valorem.

Par. 5. All chemical elements, all (1) Boron carbide, chromium carbide, chemical salts and compounds, vanadium carbide, chromium nickel, and all combinations and mixtures of chromium silicon, chromium vanadium, any of the foregoing, all the foregoing and manganese copper, 25 per centum obtained naturally or artificially and ad valorem.

not specially provided for, 25 per (m) Ferrophosphorus, ferrotitanium, centum ad valorem. ferrovanadium, ferrouranium, ferro- Par. 304.

alloys not spezirconium, zirconium ferrosilicon, fer- cially provided for used as substitutes roboron, ferroaluminum vanadium, for steel in the manufacture of tools; ferromanganese vanadium, ferrosilicon

all of the foregoing valued vanadium, and ferrosilicon aluminum at not over 1 cent per pound, twovanadium, 25 per centum ad valorem. tenths of 1 cent per pound; valued

(n) Barium, boron, calcium, colum- above 1 cent and not above 132 cents bium or niobium, strontium, tantalum, per pound, three-tenths of 1 cent per thorium, titanium, uranium, vana- pound; valued above 112 and not above dium, zirconium, alloys of two or more 272 cents per pound, five-tenths of 1 of these metals, or alloys not specially cent per pound; valued above 272 and provided for of one or more of these not above 372 cents per pound, eightmetals with one or more of the metals tenths of 1 cent per pound; valued aluminum, chromium, cobalt, copper,

above 372 and not above 5 cents per manganese, nickel, or silicon, 25 per pound, 1 cent per pound; valued above centum ad valorem.

5 and not above 8 cents per pound, 1710 (o) All alloys used in the manufac- cents per pound; valued above 8 and ture of steel or iron, not specially pro

not above 12 cents per pound, 272 cents vided for, 25 per centum ad valorem. per pound; valued above 12 and not (p) Cerium metal, $2 per pound.

above 16 cents per pound, 372 cents per (q) Ferrocerium and all other ce

pound; valued above 16 cents per pound, rium alloys, $2 per pound and 25 per 20 per centum ad valorem: * centum ad valorem.

Par. 374.

alloys of any (r) Ductile tantalum metal, ductile

kind in which aluminum is the comcolumbium or niobium metal, and ponent material of chief value, in crude ductile nonferrous alloys of tantalum form, 5 cents per pound; in coils, plates, metal, or of columbium or niobium sheets, bars, rods, circles, disks, blanks, metal, 40 per centum ad valorem. strips, rectangles, and squares, 9 cents

per pound. ? Alsimin, ferrosilicon aluminum, and ferro

Par. 390.

nickel alloy of aluminum silicon containing 20 but not more than any kind in which nickel is the 52% of aluminum and containing silicon and iron, 242¢ per lb., by Presidential proclamation, effective

component material of chief value, in July 18, 1932, under sec. 336.

pigs or ingots, shot, cubes, grains, cathodes, or similar forms, 3 cents per pound;

Par. 1555. Composition metal of which copper is the component material of chief value, not specially provided for. (Free.)

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. 1570.

crude artificial abrasives. [Free.]

Par. 1597. Iron ore, including manganiferous iron ore,

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