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being refined, when tinctured, colored, or in any way adulterated, 40 per centum ad valorem, but not less than the rate of duty provided in paragraph 501 for sugar of the same polariscopic test,

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SCHEDULE 6.-TOBACCO AND SCHEDULE 6.-TOBACCO AND MANO

MANUFACTURES OF Par. 601. Wrapper tobacco, and filler Par. 601. Wrapper tobacco, and filler tobacco when mixed or packed with tobacco when mixed or packed with more than 35 per centum of wrapper more than 35 per centum of wrapper tobacco, and all leaf tobacco the prod- tobacco, and all leaf tobacco the product of two or more countries or depend- uct of two or more countries or dependencies when mixed or packed together, encies when mixed or packed together, if unstemmed, $2.277% per pound; if if unstemmed, $2.10 per pound; if stemmed, $2.927per pound; filler to stemmed, $2.75 per pound; filler tobacco not specially provided for, if un- bacco not specially provided for, if unstemmed, 35 cents per pound; if stemmed, 35 cents per pound; if stemmed, 50 cents per pound.

stemmed, 50 cents per pound. Par. 602. The term "wrapper to- Par. 602. The term "wrapper tobacco" as used in this title means that

as used in this title means that quality of leaf tobacco which has the quality of leaf tobacco which has the requisite color, texture, and burn, and requisite color, texture, and burn, and is of sufficient size for cigar wrappers,

is of sufficient size for cigar wrappers, and the term “filler tobacco" means and the term "filler tobacco all other leaf tobacco. Collectors of all other leaf tobacco. Collectors of customs shall permit entry to be made, customs shall permit entry to be made, under rules and regulations to be pre- under rules and regulations to be prescribed by the Secretary of the Treas- scribed by the Secretary of the Treasury, of any leaf tobacco when the in

ury, of any leaf tobacco when the voices of the same shall specify in invoices of the same shall specify in detail the character of such tobacco, detail the character of such tobacco, whether wrapper or filler, its origin and whether wrapper or filler, its origin quality. In the examination for classic and quality. In the examination for fication of any imported leaf tobacco, classification of any imported leaf toat least one bale, box, or package in bacco, at least one bale, box, or package every ten, and at least one in every in every ten, and at least one in every invoice, shall be examined by the ap- invoice, shall be examined by the appraiser or person authorized by law to praiser or person authorized by law to make such examination, and at least make such examination, and at least ten hands shall be examined in each ten hands shall be examined in each examined bale, box, or package.

examined bale, box, or package. Par. 603. All other tobacco, manu- Par. 603. All other tobacco, manufactured or unmanufactured, not spe- factured or unmanufactured, not specially provided for, 55 cents per pound; cially provided for, 55 cents per pound; scrap tobacco, 35 cents per pound. scrap tobacco, 35 cents per pound.

Par. 604. Snuff and snuff flour, man- Par. 604. Snuff and snuff flour, manufactured of tobacco, ground dry, or ufactured of tobacco, ground dry, or damp, and pickled, scented, or other- damp, and pickled, scented, or otherwise, of all descriptions, and tobacco wise, of all descriptions, and tobacco stems, cut, ground, or pulverized, 55 stems, cut, ground, or pulverized, 55 cents per pound.

cents per pound. Par. 605. Cigars, cigarettes, cheroots Par. 605. Cigars, cigarettes, cheroots of all kinds, $4.50 per pound and 25 per of all kinds, $4.50 per pound and 25 per centum ad valorem, and paper cigars centum ad valorem, and paper cigars and cigarettes, including wrappers, and cigarettes, including wrappers, shall be subject to the same duties as shall be subject to the same duties as are herein imposed upon cigars.

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SCHEDULE 7.-AGRICULTURAL SCHEDULE 7.-AGRICULTURAL PRODPRODUCTS AND PROVISIONS

UCTS AND PROVISIONS. Par. 701. Cattle, weighing less than Par. 701. Cattle, weighing less than seven hundred pounds each, 272 cents one thousand and fifty pounds each, 142 per pound; weighing seven hundred cents per pound; weighing one thousand pounds or more each, 3 cents per pound; and fifty pounds each or more, 2 cents beef and veal, fresh, chilled, or frozen, per pound; fresh beef and veal, 3 cents 6 cents per pound; tallow, one-half of 1 per pound; tallow, one-half of 1 cent cent per pound; oleo oil and oleo stea- per pound; oleo oil and oleo stearin, 1 rin, 1 cent per pound; dried blood albu- cent per pound. men, light, 12 cents per pound; dark, 6 Par. 1505. Albumen, not specially cents per pound.

provided for. [Free.) Par. 702. Sheep, lambs, and goats, Par. 702. Sheep and goats, $2 per $3 per head; mutton, and goat meat, head; fresh mutton and goat meat, 242 fresh, chilled, or frozen, 5 cents per cents per pound; fresh lamb, 4 cents per pound; lamb, fresh, chilled, or frozen, pound. 7 cents per pound.

Par. 203. Swine, 2 cents per pound; Par. 703. Swine, one-half of 1 cent pork, fresh, chilled, or frozen, 242 cents per pound; fresh pork, three-fourths of per pound; bacon, hams, and shoulders, 1 cent per pound; bacon, hams, and and other pork, prepared or preserved, shoulders, and other pork, prepared or 374 cents per pound; lard, 3 cents per preserved, 2 cents per pound; lard, 1 pound; lard compounds and lard sub- cent per pound; lard compounds and stitutes, 5 cents per pound.

lard substitutes, 4 cents per pound. Par. 704. Reindeer meat, venison Par. 704. Reindeer meat, venison and other game (except birds), fresh, and other game (except birds) not specchilled, or frozen, not specially provided ially provided for, 4 cents per pound. for, 6 cents per pound.

Þar. 705. Extract of meat, including Par. 705. Extract of meat, including fluid, 15 cents per pound.

fluid, 15 cents per pound. Par. 706. Meats, fresh, chilled, fro- Par. 706. Meats, fresh, prepared, or zen, prepared, or preserved, not speci- preserved, not specially provided for, ally provided for, 6 cents per pound, 20 per centum ad valorem: Provided, but not less than 20 per centum ad That no meats of any kind shall be valorem.

imported into the United States unless [Proviso to par. 706, act of 1922, the same is healthful, wholesome, and appears in sec. 306, act of 1930.]

fit for human food and contains no dye, chemical, preservative, or ingredient which renders the same unhealthful, unwholesome, or unfit for human food, and unless the same also complies with the rules and regulations made by the Secretary of Agriculture, and that, after entry into the United States in compliance with said rules and regulations, said meats shall be deemed and treated as domestic meats within the meaning of and shall be subject to the provisions of the Act of June 30, 1906 (Thirty-fourth Statutes at Large, page 674), commonly called the Meat Inspection Amendment," and the Act of June 30, 1906 (Thirty-fourth Statutes at Large, page 768), commonly called the “Food and Drugs Act,” and that the Secretary of Agriculture be and hereby is authorized to make rules and regulations to carry out the purposes of this provision, and that in such rules and regulations the Secretary of Agriculture may prescribe the terms and conditions for the destruction of all such meats offered for entry and refused admission into the United States unless the same be exported by the consignee within the time fixed therefor in such rules and regulations.

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Par. 707. Whole milk, fresh or sour, Par. 707. Milk, fresh, 232 cents per 67% cents per gallon; cream, fresh or gallon; sour milk and buttermilk, 1 sour, 56940 cents per gallon; skimmed cent per gallon; cream, 20 cents per galmilk, fresh or sour, and buttermilk, 2420 lon: 2 Provided, That fresh or sour milk cents per gallon: Provided, That fresh containing more than 7 per centum of or sour milk containing more than 542 butter fat shall be dutiable as cream, per centum of butterfat shall be duti- and cream containing more than 45 per able as cream, and fresh or sour cream centum of butter fat shall be dutiable as containing more than 45 per centum of butter. butterfat shall be dutiable as butter, and skimmed milk containing more than 1 per centum of butterfat shall be dutiable as whole milk.

Par. 708. (a) Milk, condensed or Par. 708. Milk, condensed or evapevaporated: In air-tight containers, orated: In hermetically sealed conunsweetened, 1910 cents per pound; in tainers, unsweetened, 1 cent per pound, air-tight containers, sweetened, 274 sweetened, 172 cents per pound; all cents per pound; all other, 253400 cents other, 136 cents per pound; whole milk per pound.

powder, 3 cents per pound; cream pow(b) Dried whole milk, 6712 cents per der, 7 cents per pound; and skimmed pound; dried cream, 1242 cents per milk powder, 142 cents per pound; pound; dried skimmed milk and dried malted milk, and compounds or mixbuttermilk, 3 cents per pound: Pro- tures of or substitutes for milk or cream, vided, That dried skimmed milk con- 20 per centum ad valorem. taining more than 3 per centum of butterfat, and dried buttermilk containing more than 6 per centum of butterfat, shall be dutiable as dried whole milk; and dried whole milk containing more than 35 per centum of butterfat shall be dutiable as dried cream.

(c) Malted milk, and compounds or mixtures of or substitutes for milk or cream, 35 per centum ad valorem.

Par. 709. Butter, 14 cents per pound; Par. 709. Butter, 8 cents per pound;' oleomargarine and other butter substi- oleomargarine and other butter substitutes, 14 cents per pound.

tutes, 8 cents per pound. Par. 710. Cheese and substitutes Par. 710. Cheese and substitutes therefor, 7 cents per pound, but not less therefor, 5 cents per pound, but not less than 35 per centum ad valorem.

than 25 per centum ad valorem.4 Par. 711. Birds, live: Chickens, Par. 111. Birds, live: Poultry, 3 ducks, geese, turkeys, and guineas, cents per pound; all other, valued at 8 cents per pound; baby chicks of $5 or less each, 50 cents each; 5 valued poultry, 4 cents each; all other live at more than $5 each, 20 per centum ad birds not specially provided for, valued valorem. at $5 or less each, 50 cents each; valued at more than $5 each, 20 per centum ad valorem.

Par. 712. Birds, dead, dressed or Par. 712. Birds, dead, dressed or undressed, fresh, chilled, or frozen: undressed: Poultry, 6 cents per pound; Chickens, ducks, geese, and guineas, all other, 8 cents per pound; all the fore10 cents per pound; turkeys, 10 cents going, prepared or preserved in any per pound; all other, 10 cents per manner and not specially provided for, pound; all the foregoing, prepared or 35 per centum ad valorem. preserved in any manner and not specially provided for, 10 cents per 1394 cents per gallon, by Presidential proclamapound.

tion, effective June 13, 1929, under sec. 315.

2 30 cents per gallon, by Presidential proclama. tion, effective June 13, 1929, under sec. 315.

3 12 cents per pound, by Presidential proclamation, effective Apr. 5, 1926, under sec. 315.

*742 cents per pound, but not less than 3744 per centum ad valorem on cheese having the eye forma. tion characteristic of the Swiss or Emmenthaler type, by Presidential proclamation, effective July 8, 1927, under sec. 315.

3 Live bobwhite quail valued at $5.00 or less each, 25 cents each, by Presidential proclamation, effective Nov. 2, 1925, under sec. 316.

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Par. 713. Eggs of poultry, in the shell, Par. 713. Eggs of poultry, in the shell 10 cents per dozen; whole eggs, egg 8 cents per dozen; whole eggs, egg yolk, yolk, and egg albumen, frozen or other- and egg albumen, frozen or otherwise wise prepared or preserved, and not prepared or preserved, and not specially specially provided for, whether or not provided for, 6 cents per pound; dricd sugar or other material is added, 11 whole eggs, dried egg yolk, and dried cents per pound; dried whole eggs, egg albumen, 18 cents per pound. dried egg yolk, and dried egg albumen, whether or not sugar or other material is added, 18 cents per pound.?

Par. 714. Horses and mules unless Par. 714. Horses and mules, valued imported for immediate slaughter, at not more than $150 per head, $30 per valued at not more than $150 per head, head; valued at more than $150 per $30 per head; valued at more than $150 head, 20 per centum ad valorem. per head, 20 per centum ad valorem.

Par. 715. Live animals, vertebrate Par. 715. Live animals, vertebrate and invertebrate, not specially pro- and invertebrate, not specially provided for, 15 per centum ad valorem. vided for, 15 per centum ad valorem.

Par. 716. Honey, 3 cents per pound. Par. 716. Honey, 3 cents per pound.

Par. 717. (a) Fish, fresh or frozen Par. 717. Fish, fresh, frozen, or (whether or not acked in ice), whole, packed in ice: Halibut, salmon, mackor beheaded or eviscerated or both, but erel, and swordfish, 2 cents per pound; not further advanced (except that the other fish, not specially provided for, fins may be removed): Halibut, salmon, 1 cent per pound. mackerel, and swordfish, 2 cents per Par. 718.

dried fish, pound; other fish, not specially provided

unsalted, 1/4 cents per for, 1 cent per pound.

pound; *

* *; all other fish, skin(b) Fish, fresh or frozen (whether or ned or boned, in bulk, or in immediate not packed in ice), filleted, skinned, containers weighing with their contents boned, sliced, or divided into portions, more than fifteen pounds each, 242 not specially provided for, 242 cents per cents per pound net weight. pound.

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all fish * (c) Fish, dried and unsalted: Cod, otherwise prepared or preserved * haddock, hake, pollock, and cusk, 242 in immediate containers weighing with cents per pound; other fish, 144 cents their contents not more than fifteen per pound.

pounds each, 25 per centum ad valo-
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* (Free.] Par. 718. (a) Fish, prepared or pre- Par. 718. Salmon, pickled, salted, served in any manner, when packed in smoked, kippered, or otherwise preoil or in oil and other substances, 30 per pared or preserved, 25 per centum ad centum ad valorem.8

valorem; finnan haddie, 25 per centum (b) F sh, prepared or preserved in ad valorem; dried fish, salted or unsalted, any manner, when packed in air-tight 144 cents per pound; smoked herring, containers weighing with their contents skinned or boned, 24 cents per pound; not more than fifteen pounds each (except fish packed in oil or in oil and other Par. 720. Fish (except shellfish), by substances): Salmon, 25 per centum ad whatever name known, packed in oil or valorem; other fish, 25 per centum ad in oil and other substances, 30 per valorem.

centum ad valorem; all fish (except shellfish), pickled, salted, smoked, kippered, or otherwise prepared or preserved (except in oil or in oil and other substances), in immediate containers weighing with their contenis not more than fifteen pounds each, 25 per centum ad

valorem; Par. 719. Fish, pickled or salted Par. 719. Herring and mackerel, (except fish packed in oil or in oil and pickled or salted, whether or not boned, other substances and except fish packed when in bulk, or in immediate conin air-tight containers weighing with tainers weighing with their contents

0772 cents per pound, by Presidential proclamation, effective Mar. 22, 1929, under sec. 315.

prepared or preserved in any manner, when packed ? 27 cents per pound, by Presidential proclamation, in oil or in oil and other substances, and of a value effective July 24, 1931, under sec, 336.

not exceeding 9 cents per pound, including the Tuna fish, prepared or preserved in any manner, weight of the immediate container only, 44 per when packed in oil or in oil and other substances, centum ad valorem. By Presidential proclamation 45 per centum ad valorem; fish other than tuna, effective Jan. 13, 1934, under sec. 336.

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their contents not more than fifteen more than fifteen pounds each, 1 cent pounds each):

per pound net weight. (1) Salmon, 25 per centum ad Par. 718. Salmon, pickled, salted, valorem;

25 per centum ad valorem; (2) cod, haddock, hake, pollock,

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and cusk, neither skinned 144 cents per pound;
boned (except that the vertebral Par. 720.

*; all fish (excolumn may be removed), 1/4 cents cept shellfish), pickled, salted, smoked, per pound when containing not kippered, or otherwise prepared or more than 43 per centum of mois- preserved (except in oil or in oil and ture by weight, and three-fourths other substances), in immediate conof 1 cent per pound when con- tainers weighing with their contents taining more than 43 per centum not more than fifteen pounds each, 25 of moisture by weight;

per centum ad valorem; in bulk or in (3) cod, haddock, hake, pollock, immediate containers weighing with and cusk, skinned boned, their contents more than fifteen pounds whether or not dried, 2 cents per each, 1/4 cents per pound net weight. pound;

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all fish (4) herring and mackerel, products of such (American) fisheries; whether or not boned, in bulk or in

(Free.) immediate containers weighing with their contents more than fifteen pounds each, 1 cent per pound net weight; in immediate containers (not air-tight) weighing with their contents not more than fifteen pounds each, 25 per centum ad valorem;

(5) other fish, in bulk or in immediate containers weighing with their contents more than fifteen pounds each, 1/4 cents per pound net weight; in immediate containers (not air-tight) weighing with their contents not more than fifteen pounds each, 25 per centum ad

valorem. Par. 720. (a) Fish, smoked or kip- Par. 720.

*; all fish (except pered (except fish packed in oil or in shellfish),

*, smoked, kippered, oil and other substances and except or otherwise prepared or preserved (exfish packed in air-tight containers cept in oil or in oil and other subweighing with their contents not more stances), in immediate containers than fifteen pounds each):

weighing with their contents not more (1) Salmon, 25 per centum ad than fifteen pounds each, 25 per valorem;

centum ad valorem; in bulk or in im(2) herring, whole or beheaded, mediate containers weighing with their but not further advanced, 174 contents more than fifteen pounds cents per pound;

each, 174 cents per pound net weight. (3) herring, eviscerated, split, Par. 718. Salmon, * *, smoked, skinned, boned, or divided into kippered, or otherwise prepared or portions, 3 cents per pound; preserved, 25 per centum ad valorem;

(4) cod, haddock, hake, pollock, finnan haddie, 25 per centum ad and cusk, whole, or beheaded or valorem;

smoked herring, eviscerated or both, but not fur- skinned or boned, 242 cents per pound; ther advanced (except that the vertebral column may

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Par. 1630. . * all fish moved), 272 cents per pound; products of such (American) fisheries; (5) cod, haddock, hake, pollock,

(Free.) and cusk, filleted, skinned, boned, sliced, or divided into portions, 3 cents per pound;

(6) other fish, 25 per centum ad valorem. (b) Fish, prepared or preserved, not specially provided for, in immediate containers weighing with their contents not more than fifteen pounds each, 25 per centum ad valorem; in

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