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Par. 16. Calcium carbide, 1 cent per pound; calcium acetate, crude, 1 cent per pound; calcium oxalate, 4 cents per pound.

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Par. 17. Calomel, corrosive sublimate, and other mercurial preparations, 22 cents per pound and 25 per centum ad valorem.

Par. 18. Carbon tetrachloride, 1 cent per pound; chloroform, 4 cents per pound; tetrachloroethane and trichloroethylene, 30 per centum ad valorem.

Par. 19. Casein lactarene and mixtures of which casein or lactarene is the component material of chief value, not specially provided for, 572 cents per pound.

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. 16. Calcium carbide, 1 cent 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. 1541. Calcium: Acetate, * * *: Provided, That if any country, dependency, province, other subdivision of government imposes a duty on calcium acetate, when imported from the United States, an equal duty shall be imposed upon such article coming into the United States from such country, dependency, province, or other subdivision of government. [Free]

Par. 17. Calomel, corrosive sublimate, and other mercurial preparations, 45 per centum ad valorem.

Par. 18. Carbon tetrachloride, 242 cents per pound; chloroform, 6 cents per pound; tetrachloroethane and trichloroethylene, 35 per centum

ad valorem.

Par. 19. Casein or lactarene, 27 cents per pound.

Par. 1459. That there shall be levied, collected, and paid on the importation of all

articles manufactured, in whole or in part, not specially provided for, a duty of 20 per centum ad valorem.

Par. 20. Chalk or whiting or Paris white: Dry, ground, bolted, or precipitated, 25 per centum ad valorem; ground in oil (putty), three-fourths of 1 cent per pound; put up in the form of cubes, blocks, sticks, or disks, or otherwise, including tailors', billiard, red, and manufactures of chalk not specially provided for, 25 per centum ad valorem.

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Par. 20. Chalk or whiting or Paris white: Dry, ground, or bolted, fourtenths of 1 cent per pound; precipitated, 25 per centum ad valorem; ground in oil (putty), three-fourths of 1 cent per pound; put up in the form of cubes, blocks, sticks, or disks, or otherwise, including tailors', billiard, red, and manufactures of chalk not specially provided for, 25 per centum ad valorem.

Par. 21. Chemical compounds, mixtures, and salts, of which gold, platinum, rhodium, or silver constitutes the element of chief value, 25 per centum ad valorem.

Par. 22. Chemical compounds, salts, and mixtures of bismuth, 35 per centum ad valorem.

Par. 23. Chemicals, drugs, medicinal and similar substances, whether dutiable or free, when imported in capsules, pills, tablets, lozenges, troches, ampoules, jubes, or similar forms, includ

Par. 21. Chemical compounds, mixtures, and salts, of which gold, platinum, rhodium, or silver constitutes the element of chief value, 25 per centum ad valorem.

Par. 22. Chemical compounds, salts, and mixtures of bismuth, 35 per centum ad valorem.

Par. 23. Chemicals, drugs, medicinal and similar substances, whether dutiable or free, when imported in capsules, pills, tablets, lozenges, troches, ampoules, jubes, or similar forms, includ

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ing powders put up in medicinal doses, ing powders put up in medicinal doses, shall be dutiable at not less than 25 per shall be dutiable at not less than 25 centum ad valorem.

per centum ad valorem. Par. 24. Chemical elements, and Par. 24. Chemical elements, and chemical and medicinal compounds, chemical and medicinal compounds, preparations, mixtures, and salts, dis- preparations, mixtures, and salts, distilled or essential oils, expressed or tilled or essential oils, expressed or extracted oils, animal oils and greases, extracted oils, animal oils and greases, ethers and esters, flavoring and other ethers and esters, flavoring and other extracts, and natural or synthetic fruit extracts, and natural or synthetic fruit flavors, fruit esters, oils and essences, flavors, fruit esters, oils and essences, all the foregoing and their combinations all the foregoing and their combinawhen containing alcohol, and all articles tions when containing alcohol, and all consisting of vegetable or mineral articles consisting of vegetable or objects immersed or placed in, or mineral objects immersed or placed in, saturated with, alcohol, except per

or saturated with, alcohol, except perfumery and spirit varnishes, and all fumery and spirit varnishes, and all alcoholic compounds not specially pro- alcoholic compounds not specially provided for, if containing 20 per centum of vided for, if containing 20 per centum alcohol or less, 20 cents per pound and of alcohol or less, 20 cents per pound 25 per centum ad valorem; containing and 25 per centum ad valorem; conmore than 20 per centum and not more taining more than 20 per centum and than 50 per centum of alcohol, 40 cents not more than 50 per centum of alcoper pound and 25 per centum ad va- hol, 40 cents per pound and 25 per lorem; containing more than 50 per centum ad valorem; containing more centum of alcohol, 80 cents per pound than 50 per centum of alcohol, 80 cents and 25 per centum ad valorem.

per pound and 25 per centum ad

valorem. Par. 25. Chicle, refined or advanced Par. 25. Chicle, * *; refined or in value by drying, straining, or any advanced in value by drying, straining, other process or treatment whatever or any other process or treatment beyond that essential to the proper whatever beyond that essential to the packing, 5 cents per pound.

proper packing, 15 cents per pound. Par. 26. Chloral hydrate, terpin hy- Par. 26. Chloral hydrate, terpin hydrate, thymol, and glycerophosphoric drate, thymol,

and glyceroacid, and salts and compounds of phosphoric acid, and salts and comglycerophosphoric acid, 35 per centum pounds of glycerophosphoric acid, 35 ,

, ad valorem; diethylbarbituric acid and per centum ad valorem. salts and compounds thereof, $2.50 per Par. 1. * *; and all other acids pound;? ethyl-hydrocupreine and salts

not specially provided for, 25 and compounds thereof, 20 cents per per centum ad valorem.

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. 1649. Quinine sulphate and all alkaloids and salts of alkaloids derived

from cinchona bark. (Free.] Par. 27. Coal-tar products:

Par. 27. Coal-tar products: Acetan(a) (1) Acetanilide not suitable for ilide not suitable for medicinal use, medicinal use, alphanaphthol, amino- alpha-naphthol, aminobenzoic acid, benzoic acid, aminonaphthol, amino- aminonaphthol, aminophenetole, aminophenetole, aminophenol, aminosalicylic phenol, aminosalicylic acid, aminoanacid, aminoanthraquinone, aniline oil, thraquinone, aniline oil, aniline salt, aniline salt, anthraquinone, arsanilic anthraquinone, arsanilic acid, benzaldeacid, benzaldehyde not suitable for hyde not suitable for medicinal use, medicinal use, benzal chloride, benzan- benzal chloride, benzanthrone, benzithrone, benzidine, benzidine sulfate, dine, benzidine sulfate, benzoic acid benzoic acid not suitable for medicinal not suitable for medicinal use, benzo

quinone, benzoyl chloride, benzyl chlo. ? See notes to pars. 1 and 5, Act of 1922.

ride, benzylethylaniline, beta-naphthol

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use, benzoquinone, benzoyl chloride, not suitable for medicinal use, bromobenzyl chloride, benzylethylaniline, benzene, chlorobenzene, chlorophthalic beta-naphthol not suitable for medicinal acid, cinnamic acid, cumidine, dehydrouse, bromobenzene, chlorobenzene, thiotoluidine, diaminostilbene, dianisichlorophthalic acid, cinnamic acid, dine, dichlorophthalic acid, dimethylcumidine, dehydrothiotoluidine, diam- aniline, dimethylaminophenol, dimethinostilbene, dianisidine, dichlorophthalicylphenylbenzylammonium hydroxide, acid, dimethyl aniline, dimethylamino- dimethylphenylenediamine, dinitrobenphenol, dimethylphenylbenzylammo- zene, dinitrochlorobenzene, dinitronaphnium hydroxide, dimethylphenylenedi- thalene, dinitrophenol, dinitrotoluene, amine, dinitrobenzene, dinitrochloroben- dihydroxynaphthalene, diphenylamine, zene, dinitronaphthalene, dinitrophenol, hydroxyphenylarsinic acid, metanilic dinitrotoluene, dihydroxynaphthalene, acid, methylanthraquinone, naphthyladiphenylamine, hydroxyphenylarsinic mine, naphthylenediamine, nitroaniline, acid, metanilic acid, methylanthraqui- nitroanthraquinone, nitrobenzaldehyde, noné, naphthylamine, naphthylenedia- nitrobenzene, nitronaphthalene, nitro mine, nitroaniline, nitroanthraquinone, phenol, nitrophenylenediamine, nitronitrobenzaldehyde, nitrobenzene, nitro- sodimethylaniline, nitrotoluene, nitronaphthalene, nitrophenol, nitrophenyl- toluylenediamine, phenol, 8 phenyleneenediamine, nitrosodimethylaniline, ni- diamine, phenylhydrazine, phenysnaphtrotoluene, nitrotoluylenediamine, phe- thylamine, phenylglycine, phenylglynylenediamine, phenylhydrazine, phe- cineortho-carboxylic acid, phthalic acid, nylnapthylamine, phenylglycine, phe phthalic anhydride, phthalimide, quinnylglycineortho-carboxylic acid, phthal- aldine, quinoline, resorcinol not suitable ic acid, phthalic anhydride, phthal- for medicinal use, salicylic acid and its imide, quinaldine, quinoline, salts not suitable for medicinal use, sulorcinol not suitable for medicinal fanilic acid, thiocarbanilide, thiosalicylic use, salicylic acid and its salts not acid, tetrachlorophthalic acid, tetrame suitable for medicinal use, sulfanilicthyldiaminobenzophenone, tetramethacid, thiocarbanilide, thiosalicylic acid, yldiaminodiphenylmethane, toluene sultetrachlorophthalic acid, tetramethyl- fochloride, toluene sulfonamide, tribrodiaminobenzophenone, tetramethyl- mophenol, toluidine, tolidine, tolylenediaminodiphenylmethane, toluene sul- diamine, xylidine, anthracene having fochloride, toluene sulfonamide, tribro- a purity of 30 per centum or more, mophenol, toluidine, tolidine, tolyl- carbazole having a purity of 65 per enediamine, xylidine, anthracene hav- centum or more, metacresol having & ing a purity of 30 per centum or more, purity of 90 per centum or more, carbazole having a purity of 65 per naphthalene which after the removal centum or more, naphthalene which of all water present has a solidifying after the removal of all water present point of seventy-nine degrees centihas a solidifying point of seventy-nine grade or above, orthocresol having a degrees centigrade or above; all the purity of 90 per centum or more, foregoing products in this paragraph paracresol having a purity of 90 per whether obtained, derived, or manufac- centum or more; all the foregoing tured from coal tar or other source products in this paragraph whether

(2) all distillates (except those pro- obtained, derived, or manufactured vided for in subparagraph (b)) of coal from coal tar or other source; all tar, blast-furnace tar, oil-gas tar, and distillates of coal tar, blast-furnace tar, water-gas tar, which on being subjected oil-gas tar, and water-gas tar, which on to distillation yield in the portion being subjected to distillation yield in distilling below one hundred and ninety the portion distilling below one hundred degrees centigrade a quantity of tar and ninety degrees centigrade a quantiacids equal to or more than 5 per cen- ty or tar acids equal to or more than tum of the original distillate or which 5 per centum of the original distillate on being subjected to distillation yield or which on being subjected to distilin the portion distilling below two lation yield in the portion distilling hundred and fifteen degrees centigrade below two hundred and fifteen degrees a quantity of tar acids equal to or more centigrade a quantity of tar acids than 75 per centum of the original equal to or more than 75 per centum distillate;

(3) all products, by whatever name 8 20 per centum ad valorem on American selling known, which are similar to any of the price and 342 cents per pound, by Presidential proc products provided for in this paragraph

lamation, effective Nov. 30, 1927, under sec. 315.

• Cres ylic acid, 20 per centum ad valorem on or in paragraph 1651, and which are American selling price and 312 cents per pound by obtained, derived, or manufactured in Presidential proclamation, effective Aug. 19, 1927, whole or in part from any of the prod

under sec. 315.

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ucts provided for in this paragraph or of the original distillate; all similar in paragraph 1651;

products by whatever name known, (4) all mixtures, including solutions, which are obtained, derived, or manuconsisting in whole or in part of any of factured in whole or in part from any the foregoing products provided for in of the products provided for in this this paragraph, except sheep dip and paragraph, or from any of the products medicinal soaps;

provided for in paragraph 1549; all (5) all the foregoing products pro- mixtures, including solutions, consistvided for in this paragraph, not colors, ing in whole or in part of any of the dyes, or stains, color acids, color bases, foregoing products provided for in this color lakes, leuco-compounds, indoxyl, paragraph, except sheep dip and indoxyl compounds, ink powders, photo- medicinal soaps; all the foregoing graphic chemicals, medicinals, syn- products provided for in this paragraph, thetic aromatic or odoriferous chemi- not colors, dyes, or stains, color acids, cals, synthetic resinlike products, syn- color bases, color lakes, leuco-comthetic tanning materials, or explosives, pounds, indoxyl, indoxyl compounds, and not specially provided for in ink powders, photographic chemicals, paragraph 28 or 1651, 40 per centum medicinals, synthetic aromatic ad valorem and 7 cents per pound. odoriferous chemicals, synthetic resin

(b) Metacresol having a purity of like products, synthetic tanning ma90 per centum or more, orthocresol terials, or explosives, and not specially having a purity of 90 per centum or provided for in paragraph 28 or 1549, more, paracresol having a purity of 90 40 per centum ad valorem based upon per centum or more, phenol, carbolic the American selling price (as defined acid which on being subjected to in subdivision (f) of section 402, Title distillation yields in the portion distill- IV) of any similar competitive article ing below one hundred and ninety manufactured or produced in the degrees centigrade a quantity of tar United States, and 7 cents per pound: acids equal to or more than 5 per cen- Provided, That for a period of two tum of the original distillate,10 cresylic years beginning on the day following acid which being subjected to the passage of this Act the ad valorem distillation yields in the portion distill- rate of duty shall be 55 per centum ing below two hundred and fifteen instead of 40 per centum. If there is degrees centigrade a quantity of tar no similar competitive article manuacids equal to or more than 75 per factured or produced in the United centum of the original distillate, and States then the ad valorem rate shall any mixture of any of the foregoing be based upon the United States value, products with any of the products as defined in subdivision (d) of section provided for in paragraph 1651, 20 per 402, Title IV. For the purposes of centum ad valorem and 342 cents per this paragraph any coal-tar product pound.

provided for in this Act shall be con(c) The ad valorem rates provided sidered similar to or competitive with in this paragraph shall be based upon any imported coal-tar product which the American selling price (as defined accomplishes results substantially equal in subdivision (g) of section 402, Title to those accomplished by the domestic IV), of any similar competitive article product when used in substantially the manufactured or produced in the

same manner: Provided, That no duty United States. If there is no similar imposed under this paragraph shall be competitive article manufactured or increased under the provisions of produced in the United States then

section 315. (Last proviso not in act the ad valorem rate shall be based

of 1930.] upon the United States value, as defined in subdivision (e) of section 402, Title IV.

(d) For the purposes of this paragraph any coal-tar product provided for in this Act shall be considered similar to or competitive with any imported coal-tar product which accomplishes results substantially equal to those accomplished by the domestic product when used in substantially the the same manner.

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Par. 28. Coal-tar products.

Par. 28. Coal-tar products: All col(a) All colors, dyes, or stains, whether ors, dyes, or stains, whether soluble or soluble or not in water, except those not in water, color acids, color bases, provided for in subparagraph (b), color color lakes, leuco-compounds, whether acids, color bases, color lakes, leuco- colorless or not, indoxyl and indoxyl compounds, whether colorless or not, compounds; ink powders; photographic indoxyl, and indoxyl compounds; ink chemicals; acetanilide suitable for medpowders; photographic chemicals; ace- icinal use, acetphenetidine, acetylsatanilide suitable for medicinal use, acet. licylic acid, antipyrine, benzaldehyde phenetidine, acetylsalicylic acid, anti- suitable for medicinal use, benzoic acid pyrine, benzaldehyde suitable for me- suitable for medicinal use, beta-naphdicinal use, benzoic acid suitable for thol suitable for medicinal use, guaiacol medicinal use, beta-naphthol suitable and its derivatives, phenolphthalein, for medicinal use, guaiacol and its de- resorcinol suitable for medicinal use, rivatives, phenolphthalein, resorcinol salicylic acid and its salts suitable for suitable for medicinal use, salicylic acid medicinal use, salol, and other mediciand its salts suitable for medicinal use, nals; sodium benzoate; saccharin; artifisalol, and other medicinals; sodium ben- cial musk, benzyl acetate, benzyl benzoate; saccharin; artificial musk, benzyl zoate, coumarin, diphenyloxide, methyl acetate, benzyl benzoate, coumarin, anthranilate, methyl salicylate, phenyldiphenyloxide, methyl anthranilate, acetaldehyde, phenylethyl alcohol, and methyl salicylate, phenylacetaldehyde, other synthetic odoriferous or aromatic phenylethyl alcohol, and other syn- chemicals, including flavors, all of these thetic odoriferous or aromatic chemi- products not marketable as perfumery, cals, including flavors, all these prod- cosmetics, or toilet preparations, and ucts not marketable as perfumery, cos- not mixed and not compounded, and metics, or toilet preparations, and not not containing alcohol; synthetic phemixed and not compounded, and not nolic resin and all resin-like products containing alcohol; synthetic phenolic prepared from phenol, cresol, phthalic resin and all resin-like products pre- anhydride, coumarone, indene, or from pared from phenol, cresol, phthalic an- any other article or material provided hydride, coumarone, indene, or from for in paragraph 27 or 1549, all of these any other article or material provided products whether in a solid, semisolid, for in paragraph 27 or 1651, all these or liquid condition; synthetic tanning products whether in a solid, semisolid, materials; picric acid, trinitrotoluene, or liquid condition; synthetic tanning and other explosives except smokeless materials; picric acid, trinitrotoluene, powders; all of the foregoing products and other explosives except smokeless provided for in this paragraph, when powders; all the foregoing products pro- obtained, derived, or manufactured in vided for in this paragraph, when ob- whole or in part from any of the prodtained, derived, or manufactured in ucts provided for in paragraph 27 or whole or in part from any of the prod- 1549; natural alizarin and natural inucts provided for in paragraph 27 or digo, and colors, dyes, stains, color 1651; natural alizarin and natural in- acids, color bases, color lakes, leucodigo, and colors, dyes, stains, color compounds, indoxyl, and indoxyl comacids, color bases, color lakes, leuco- pounds, obtained, derived, or manufaccompounds, indoxyl, and indoxyl com- tured in whole or in part from natural pounds, obtained, derived, or manufac- alizarin or natural indigo; natural methyl tured in whole or in part from natural salicylate or oil of wintergreen or oil of alizarin or natural indigo; natural methyl sweet birch; natural coumarin; natural salicylate or oil of wintergreen or oil guaiacol and its derivatives; and all of sweet birch; natural coumarin; natu- mixtures, including solutions, consistral guaiacol and its derivatives; vanil- ing in whole or in part of any of the arlin, from whatever source obtained, de- ticles or materials provided for in this rived, or manufactured; and all mix- paragraph, excepting mixtures of syn. tures, including solutions, consisting in thetic odoriferous or aromatic chemiwhole or in part of any of the articles cals, 45 per centum ad valorem based or materials provided for in this para- upon the American selling price (as degraph, excepting mixtures of synthetic fined in subdivision (f) of section 402, odoriferous or aromatic chemicals, 45 Title IV) of any similar competitive per centum ad valorem and 7 cents per article manufactured or produced in pound.

the United States, and 7 cents per (b) Synthetic indigo, “Colour Index pound: Provided, That for a period of No. 1177”, and sulphur black, “Colour two years beginning on the day followIndex No. 978”, 3 cents per pound and ing the passage of this Act the ad valo. 20 per centum ad valorem.

rem rate of duty shall be 60 per centum (c) The ad valorem rates provided in instead of 45 per centum. If there in this paragraph shall be based upon the no similar competitive article manufac

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