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wholly or in chief value of metal, Par. 1504. Agricultural implements: whether partly or wholly manufac

and all other agricultural tured, 30 per centum ad valorem.11 implements of any kind or description,

not specially provided for, whether in whole or in parts, including repair parts:

* (Free.) Par. 374. Aluminum, aluminum Par. 374. Aluminum, aluminum scrap, and alloys (except those provided scrap, and alloys of any kind in which for in paragraph 302) in which alumi- aluminum is the component material of num is the component material of chief value, in crude form, 5 cents per chief value, in crude form, 4 cents per pound; in coils, plates, sheets, bars, pound; in coils, plates, sheets, bars, rods, circles, disks, blanks, strips, recrods, circles, disks, blanks, strips, rec- tangles, and squares, 9 cents per pound. tangles, and squares, 7 cents per pound.

Par. 375. Metallic magnesium and Par. 375. Metallic magnesium and metallic magnesium scrap, 40 cents per metallic magnesium scrap, 40 cents pound; magnesium alloys, powder, per pound; magnesium alloys, powder, sheets, ribbons, tubing, wire, and all sheets, ribbons, tubing, wire, and all other articles, wares, or manufactures other articles, wares, or manufactures of magnesium, not specially provided of magnesium, not specially provided for, 40 cents per pound on the metallic for, 40 cents per pound on the metallic magnesium content and 20 per centum magnesium content and 20 per centum ad valorem.

ad valorem. Par. 376. Antimony, as regulus or Par. 376. Antimony, as regulus or metal, 2 cents per pound; needle or metal, 2 cents per pound; needle or liquated antimony, one-fourth of 1 liquated antimony, one-fourth of 1 cent per pound.

cent per pound. Par. 377. Bismuth, 774 per centum ad Par. 377. Bismuth, 77% per centum valorem.

ad valorem. Par. 378. Cadmium, 15 cents per Par. 378. Cadmium, 15 cents per pound.

pound. Par. 379. Metallic arsenic, 6 cents Par. 379. Metallic arsenic, 6 cents per pound.

per pound. Par. 380. German silver, or nickel Par. 380. German silver, or nickel silver, unmanufactured, 20 per centum silver, unmanufactured, 20 per centum ad valorem; nickel silver sheets, strips, ad valorem; nickel silver sheets, strips, rods, and wire, 30 per centum ad rods, and 'wire, 30 per centum ad valorem.

valorem. Par. 381. Copper in rolls, rods, or Par. 381. Copper in rolls, rods, or sheets, 244 cents per pound; copper sheets, 24 cents per pound; copper engravers' plates, not ground, and seam- engravers' plates, not ground, and less copper tubes and tubing, 7 cents seamless copper tubes and tubing, 7 per pound; copper engravers' plates, cents per pound; copper engravers' ground, and brazed copper tubes, 11 plates, ground, and brazed copper cents per pound; brass rods, sheet tubes, 1ỉ cents per pound; brass rods, brass, brass plates, bars, and strips, sheet brass, brass plates, bars, and Muntz or yellow metal sheets, sheath- strips, Muntz or yellow metal sheets, ing, bolts, piston rods, and shafting, sheathing, bolts, piston rods, and shaft4 cents per pound; seamless brass tubes ing, 4 cents per pound; seamless brass and tubing, 8 cents per pound; brazed tubes and tubing, 8 cents per pound; brass tubes, brass angles and channels, brazed brass tubes, brass angles and 12 cents per pound; bronze rods and channels, 12 cents per pound; bronze sheets, 4 cents per pound; bronze rods and sheets, 4 cents per pound; tubes, 8 cents per pound.

bronze tubes, 8 cents per pound. Par. 382. (a) Tin foil less than six Par. 382. Aluminum or tin foil less one-thousandths of one inch in thick- than six one-thousandths of an inch in ness, 35 per centum ad valorem; thickness, 35 per centum ad valorem; aluminum foil less than six one-thous- bronze powder, 14 cents per pound; andths of one inch in thickness, 40 per aluminum powder, powdered foil, pow. centum ad valorem; bronze powder not dered tin, brocades, flitters, and metalof aluminum, 14 cents per pound; lics, manufactured in whole or in part, aluminum bronze powder, powdered 12 cents per pound; bronze, or Dutch 11 Forks, hoos, and rakes, and parts thereof, 15

metal, or aluminum, in leaf, 6 cents per per centum ad valorem, by Presidential proclama

one hundred leaves. The foregoing tion, effective May 3, 1933, under sec. 336.

rate applies to leaf not exceeding in

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foil, powdered tin, flitters, and metallics, size the equivalent of five and one-half manufactured in whole or in part, 12 by five and one-half inches; additional cents per pound; bronze, or Dutch duties in the same proportion shall be metal, or aluminum, in leaf, 6 cents per assessed on leaf exceeding in size said one hundred leaves; bronze powder, or equivalent. Dutch metal powder, or aluminum Par. 1305.

papers wholly powder, in leaf, 6 cents per one hundred or partly covered with metal or its soleaves and 10 per centum ad valorem. lutions *

*, 5 cents per pound and The foregoing rates on leaf apply to 15 per centum ad valorem; leaf not exceeding in size the equivalent of five and one-half by five and onehalf inches; additional duties in the same proportion shall be assessed on leaf exceeding in size said equivalent.

(b) Stamping and embossing materials of bronze powder, or Dutch metal powder, or aluminum powder, mounted on paper or equivalent backing, and releasable from the backing by means of heat and pressure, three-eighths of 1 cent per one hundred square inches.

Par. 383. (a) Gold leaf, unmounted, Par. 383. Gold leaf, 55 cents per one 8242 cents per one hundred leaves. hundred leaves. The foregoing rate The foregoing rate applies to leaf not applies to leaf not exceeding in size exceeding in size the equivalent of the equivalent of three and threethree and three-eighths by three and eights by three and three-eights inches; three-eighths inches; additional duties additional duties in the same propo. tion in the same proportion shall be assessed shall be assessed on leaf exceeding in on leaf exceeding in size said equiva- size said equivalent.12 lent. Gold leaf, mounted on paper or

Par. 384. Silver leaf, 5 cents per one equivalent backing, 694 cents per one hundred leaves. hundred square inches and 25 per centum ad valorem.

(b) Silver leaf, 5 cents per one hundred leaves.

Par. 384. Cabinet locks, not of pin Par. 1437. Cabinet locks, not of pin tumbler or cylinder construction, not tumbler or cylinder construction, not over one and one-half inches in width, over one and one-half inches in width, 70 cents per dozen; over one and one- 70 cents per dozen; over one and onehalf and not over two and one-half half and not over two and one-half inches in width, $1 per dozen; over

inches in width, $1 per dozen; over two two and one-half inches in width, $1.50 and one-half inches in width, $1.50 per dozen; padlocks, not of pin tumbler per dozen; padlocks, not of pin tumor cylinder construction, not over one bler or cylinder construction, not over and one-half inches in width, 35 cents one and one-half inches in width, 35 per dozen; over one and one-half and cents per dozen; over one and onenot over two and one-half inches in half and not over two and one-half width, 50 cents per dozen; over two inches in width, 50 cents per dozen; and one-half inches in width, 75 cents over two and one-half inches in width, per dozen; padlocks of pin tumbler or 75 cents per dozen; padlocks of pin cylinder construction, not over one and tumbler or cylinder construction, not one-half inches in width, $1 per dozen; over one and one-half inches in width, over one and one-half and not over two $1 per dozen; over one and one-half and one-half inches in width, $1.50 and not over two and one-half inches in per dozen; over two and one-half width, $1.50 per dozen; over two and inches in width, $2 per dozen; all one-half inches in width, $2 per dozen; other locks or latches of pin tumbler or all other locks or latches of pin tumbler cylinder construction, $2 per dozen; or cylinder construction, $2 per dozen; and in addition thereto, on all the and in addition thereto, on all the foreforegoing, 20 per centum ad valorem. going, 20 per centum ad valorem. Par. 385. Tinsel wire, made wholly

Par. 385. Tinsel wire, made wholly or in chief value of gold, silver, or other or in chief value of gold, silver, or other metal, 6 cents per pound and 10 per metal, 6 cents per pound and 10 per centum ad valorem; lame or lahn, made wholly or in chief value of gold,

13 Gold leaf, not exceeding in size the equivalent of silver, or other metal, 6 cents per pound three and three-eighths by three and three-eighths and 20 per centum ad valorem; bul- inches, 8244 cents per one hundred leaves; additional lions and metal threads made wholly or

duties in the same proportion on leaf exceeding in size

said equivalent, by Presidential proclamation, effecin chief value of tinsel wire, lame or tive Mar. 25, 1927, under sec. 315.

lahn, 6 cents per pound and 35 per centum ad valorem; lame or lahn, centum ad valorem; beltings and made wholly or in chief value of gold, other articles made wholly or in chief silver, or other metal, 6 cents per value of tinsel wire, metal thread, pound and 20 per centum ad valorem; lame or lahn, or of tinsel wire, lame or bullions and metal threads made lahn and india rubber, bullions, or wholly or in chief value of tinsel wire, metal threads, not specially provided lame or lahn, 6 cents per pound and 36 for, 45 per centum ad valorem; woven per centum ad valorem; beltings, toys, fabrics, ribbons, fringes, and tassels, and other articles made wholly or in made wholly or in chief value of any chief value of tinsel wire, metal of the foregoing, 55 per centum ad thread, lame or lahn, or of tinsel wire, valorem.

lame or lahn and india rubber, bullions, or metal threads, not specially provided for, 45 per centum ad valorem; woven fabrics, ribbons, fringes, and tassels, made wholly or in chief value of any of the foregoing, 55 per centum

ad valorem. Par. 386. Quicksilver, 25 cents per Par. 386. Quicksilver, 25 cents per pound: Provided, That the flasks, pound: Provided, That the flasks, bottles, or other vessels in which quick- bottles, or other vessels in which quick silver is imported shall be subject to silver is imported shall be subject to the same rate of duty as they would be the same rate of duty as they would be subjected to if imported empty. subjected to if imported empty.

Par. 387. Phosphor-copper or phos- Par. 5. All chemical elements, all phorus-copper, 3 cents per pound. 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 va

lorem. Par. 388. New types, 30 per centum Par. 389. New types, 20 per centum ad valorem.

ad valorem. Par. 389. Nickel, and alloys (except Par. 390. * * *; nickel, and nickel those provided for in paragraph 302 or alloy of any kind in which nickel is the 380) in which nickel is the component component material of chief value, in material of chief value, in pigs or pigs or ingots, shot, cubes, grains, ingots, shot, cubes, grains, cathodes, or cathodes, or similar forms, 3 cents per similar forms, 3 cents per pound; in pound; in bars, rods, plates, sheets, bars, rods, plates, sheets, strips, strands, strips, strands, castings, wire, tubes, castings, wire, tubes, tubing, anodes, tubing, anodes, or electrodes, 25 per or electrodes, 25 per centum ad va- centum ad valorem; and in addition lorem; and in addition thereto, on all thereto, on all of the foregoing, if cold the foregoing, if cold rolled, cold drawn, rolled, cold drawn, or cold worked, 10 or cold worked, 10 per centum ad per centum ad valorem. valorem.

Par. 390. Bottle caps of metal, col- Par. 391. Bottle caps of metal, collapsible tubes, and sprinkler tops, if not lapsible tubes, and sprinkler tops, if not decorated, colored, waxed, lacquered, decorated, colored, waxed, lacquered, enameled, lithographed, electroplated, enameled, lithographed, electroplated, or embossed in color, 30 per centum ad or embossed in color, 30 per centum ad valorem; if decorated, colored, waxed, valorem; if decorated, colored, waxed, lacquered, enameled, lithographed, elec- lacquered, enameled, lithographed, troplated, or embossed in color, 45 per electroplated, or embossed in color, 45 centum ad valorem.

per centum ad valorem. Par. 391. Lead-bearing ores, flue Par. 392. Lead-bearing ores and dust, and matter of all kinds, 172 cents mattes of all kinds, 142 cents per pound per pound on the lead contained therein: on the lead contained therein: Provided, Provided, That such duty shall not be That such duty shall not be applied to applied to the lead contained in copper, the lead contained in copper mattes gold, or silver ores, or copper mattes, unless actually recovered: Provided unless actually recovered: Provided further, That on all importations of further, That on all importations of lead- lead-bearing ores and mattes of all bearing ores, flue dust, and mattes, of kinds the duties shall be estimated at all kinds the duties shall be estimated the port of entry and a bond given in at the port of entry and a bond given double the amount of such estimated

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in double the amount of such esti- duties for the transportation of the ores mated duties for the transportation of or mattes by common carriers bonded the ores, flue dust, or mattes by com- for the transportation of appraised or mon carriers bonded for the transporta unappraised merchandise to properly tion of appraised or unappraised mer- equipped sampling, or smelting, eschandise to properly equipped sam- tablishments, whether designated as pling smelting establishments, bonded warehouses or otherwise. On whether designated as bonded ware- the arrival of the ores or mattes at such houses or otherwise. On the arrival establishments they shall be sampled of the ores, fiue dust, or mattes at such according to commercial methods under establishments they shall be sampled the supervision of Government officers, according to commercial methods un- who shall be stationed at such esder the supervision of Government tablishments, and who shall submit the officers who shall be stationed at such samples thus obtained to a Governestablishments, and who shall submit ment

assayer, designated by the the samples thus obtained to a Gov. Secretary of the Treasury, who shall ernment assayer, designated by the make a proper assay of the sample and Secretary of the Treasury, who shall report the result to the proper cusmake a proper assay of the sample and toms officers, and the import entries report the result to the proper customs shall be liquidated thereon. And the officers, and the import entries shall be Secretary of the Treasury is authorliquidated thereon. And the Secretary ized to make all necessary regulations of the Treasury is authorized to make to enforce the provisions of this paraall necessary regulations to enforce graph. the provisions of this paragraph.

Par. 1459. That there shall be levied, collected, and paid on all articles manufactured, in whole or in part, not specially provided for, a

duty of 20 per centum ad valorem. Par 392. Lead bullion or base bul- Par. 393. Lead bullion or base bullion, lead in pigs and bars, lead dross, lion, lead in pigs and bars, lead dross, reclaimed lead, scrap lead, antimonial reclaimed lead, scrap lead, antimonial lead, antimonial scrap lead, type metal, lead, antimonial scrap lead, type metal, Babbitt metal, solder, all alloys or com- Babbitt metal, solder, all alloys or combinations of lead not specially provided binations of lead not specially provided for, 2% cents per pound on the lead con- for, 248 cents per pound on the lead contained therein; lead in sheets, pipe, shot, tained therein; lead in sheets, pipe, shot, glazier's lead, and lead wire, 236 cents glazier's lead, and lead wire, 278 cents per pound.

per pound. Par. 393. Zinc-bearing ores of all Par. 394. Zinc-bearing

of all kinds, except pyrites containing not kinds, containing less than 10 per cenmore than 3 per centum zinc, 142 cents tum of zinc, shall be admitted free of per pound on the zinc contained there- duty; containing 10 per centum or in: Provided, That such duties shall more of zinc and less than 20 per not be applied to the zinc contained in centum, one-half of 1 cent per pound on lead or copper ores unless actually the zinc contained therein; containing recovered: Provided further, That on all 20 per centum or more of zinc and less importations of zinc-bearing ores the than 25 per centum, 1 cent per pound duties shall be estimated at the port of on the zinc contained therein; conentry, and a bond given in double the taining 25 per centum of zinc, or more, amount of such estimated duties for the 142 cents per pound on the zinc contransportation of the ores by common tained therein: Provided, That on all carriers bonded for the transporation importations of zinc-bearing ores the of appraised or unappraised merchan- duties shall be estimated at the port dise to properly equipped sampling or of entry, and a bond given in double smelting establishments, whether des- the amount of such estimated duties ignated as bonded warehouses or other for the transportation of the ores by wise. On the arrival of the ores at such common carriers bonded for the transestablishments they shall be sampled portation of appraised or unappraised according to commercial methods un- merchandise to properly equipped der the supervision of Government sampling or smelting establishments, officers, who shall be stationed at such whether designated as bonded wareestablishments, and who shall submit houses or otherwise. On the arrival of the samples thus obtained to a Gov- the ores at such establishments they ernment assayer, designated by the shall be sampled according to comSecretary of the Treasury, who shall mercial methods under the supervision

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make a proper assay of the sample and of Government officers, who shall be report the result to the proper cus- stationed at such establishments, and toms officers, and the import entries who shall submit the samples thus shall be liquidated thereon. And the obtained to a Government assayer, Secretary of the Treasury is author- designated by the Secretary of the ized to make all necessary regulations Treasury, who shall make a proper to enforce the provisions of this para- assay of the sample and report the graph.

result to the proper customs officers, and the import entries shall be liquidated thereon. And the Secretary of the Treasury is authorized to make all necessary regulations to enforce the

provisions of this paragraph. Par. 394. Zinc in blocks, pigs, or Par. 395. Zinc in blocks, pigs, or slabs, and zinc dust, 194 cents per slabs, and zinc dust, 194 cents per pound; in sheets, 2 cents per pound; pound; in sheets, 2 cents per pound; in in sheets coated or plated with nickel sheets coated or plated with nickel or or other metal (except gold, silver, or other metal (except gold, silver, or platinum), or solutions, 274 cents per platinum), or solutions, 244 cents per pound; old and worn-out zinc, fit only pound; old and worn-out, fit only to be to be remanufactured, zinc dross, and remanufactured, 172 cents per pound. zinc skimmings, 142 cents per pound. Par. 1562. Metallic mineral sub

stances in a crude state, and metals unwrought, whether capable of being wrought or not, not specially provided for. [Free.]

. Par. 395. Print rollers, of whatever Par. 396. Print rollers and print material composed, with raised pat- blocks used in printing, stamping, terns of brass or brass and felt, fin- or cutting designs for wall or crêpe ished or unfinished, used for printing, paper, linoleum, oilcloth, or other stamping, or cutting designs, $5 each material, not specially provided for, and 72 per centum ad valorem; em- composed wholly or in chief value of bossing rollers of steel or other metal, iron, steel, copper, brass, or any other 30 per centum ad valorem; print blocks, metal, 60 per centum ad valorem.13 and print rollers not specially provided Par. 372. * *; all other mafor, of whatever material composed, chines or parts thereof, finished used for printing, stamping, or cutting unfinished, not specially provided for, designs, 60 per centum ad valorem: 30 per centum ad valorem: Provided, That the foregoing rates shall apply whether or not the articles are imported separately, or as parts of machines. Par. 396. Drills (including breast Par. 399. Articles

not drills), bits, gimlets, gimlet-bits, coun- specially provided for *; if tersinks, planes, chisels, gouges, and composed wholly or in chief value of other cutting tools; pipe tools, wrenches, iron, steel, lead, copper, brass, nickel, spanners, screwdrivers, bit braces, pewter, zinc, aluminum, or other metal, vises, and hammers; calipers, rules, 14 but not plated with platinum, gold, or and micrometers; all the foregoing, if silver, or colored with gold' lacquer, hand tools not provided for in para- whether partly or wholly manufacgraph 352, and parts thereof, wholly or tured, 40 per centum ad valorem. in chief value of metal, not specially Par. 372.

*; all other maprovided for, 45 per centum ad valorem. chines or parts thereof, finished or Par. 397. Articles

not unfinished, not specially provided for, specially provided for, if composed 30 per centum ad valorem:

* wholly or in chief value of platinum, Par. 399. Articles

not gold, or silver, and articles or wares specially provided for, if composed plated with platinum, gold, or silver, wholly or in chief value of platinum, or colored with gold lacquer, whether gold, or silver, and articles or wares partly or wholly manufactured, 65 plated with platinum, gold, or silver, per centum ad valorem; if composed or colored with gold lacquer, whether wholly or in chief value of iron, steel, partly or wholly manufactured, 60 lead, copper, brass, nickel, pewter, per centum ad valorem; if composed zinc, aluminum, or other metal, but wholly or in chief value of iron, steel, not plated with platinum, gold, or lead, copper, brass, nickel, pewter, silver, or colored with gold lacquer,

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13 Print rollers, 72 per centum ad valorem, by 14 Aluminum folding rules, 65 per centum ad Presidential proclamation, effective July 21, 1926, valorem, by Presidential proclamation, effective under sec. 315. Jan. 13, 1933, under sec. 336.

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