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1114(b) Gloves and mittens, finished or

unfil she wholly or in chief

value of wool:
Valued at
Not more than $1.75 per dozen 40 cents per lb. 36 cents per lb.
pairs.

and 35 per cent. and 35 per cent.
More than $1.75 per dozen pairs. 50 cents per lb. 45 cents per lb.

and 50 per cent. and 50 per cent.
Not more than $1.20 per dozen

30 per cent
pairs.
More than $1.20 per dozen pairs.

40 per cent. 1114(c)| Knit underwear, finished or un

35 per cent, 22 finished, wholly or in chief value

of wool:
Valued at-
Not more than $1.75 per pound. 40 cents per lb. 36 cents per lb.

and 30 per cent. and 30 per cent.
More than $1.75 per pound... 50 cents per lb. 45 cents per lb.

and 50 per cent. and 50 per cent. 1114(d)| Outerwear and articles of all kinds,

35 per cent.19
knit or crocheted, finished or
unfinished, wholly or in chief

value of wool, n. s. p. f.:
Valued at-
Not more than $1 per pound.:-||44 cents per lb

(36 cents per lb.
More than $1 per pound but

and 40 per cent. not more than $2 per pound.

and 45 per cent. 40 cents per lb.

and 45 per cent. More than $2 per pound... 50 cents per lb. 45 cents per lb.

and 50 per cent. and 50 per cent. 1115(a) Clothing and articles of wearing ap

parel of every description, not
knit or crocheted, manufac-
tured wholly or in part, wholly

or in chief value of wool:
Valued at-
Not more than $4 per pound... 33 cents per lb.

35 per cent.13
and 45 per cent.
More than $4 per pound.. 50 cents per lb.

35 per cent. 22 and 50 per cent. Not more than $2 per pound.-

24 cents per lb.

and 40 per cent. More than $2 but not more than

30 cents per lb. $4 per pound.

and 45 per cent. More than $4 per pound..--

45 cents per lb.

and 50 per cent. 1115(b) Bodies, hoods, forms, and shapes, 40 cents per lb. (23)..

(22).
for hats, bonnets, caps, berets, and 75 per cent.
and similar articles, manufac-
tured wholly or in part of wool

felt:
All of the foregoing, if pulled, 40 cents per lb. (23)...

stamped, blocked, or trimmed and 75 per cent
(including finished hats, bon- plus 25 cents
nets, caps, berets, and similar each.

articles).
1116(a) Oriental, Axminster, Savonnerie, 50 cents per square 55 per cent.. 50 per cent.

Aubusson, and other carpets, foot but not less
rugs, and mats, 24 not made on than 45 per cent.
a power-driven loom, plain or
figured, whether Woven as
separate carpets, rugs, or mats,

or in rolls of any width. 22 Clothing, ready-made, and articles of wearing apparel of every description, including shawls whether knitted or woven, and knitted articles of every description made up or manufactured wholly or in part, n. s. p. f., composed wholly or in chief value of wool.

33 Dutiable at the rates provided for wearing apparel, not knit or crocheted. 24 “Mats” added by act of 1930.

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1116(b) Carpets, rugs, and mats, of oriental 60 per cent... 55 per cent...... 50 per cent.28

weave or weaves, made on a
power-driven loom; chenille
Axminster carpets, rugs, and
mats; all the foregoing, plain
or figured, whether woven as
separate carpets, rugs, or mats,

or in rolls of any width.24 1117(a) Carpets, rugs, and mats: 24

Axminster, n. s. p. f.-
Valued at-
Not more than 40 cents per 40 per cent.

40 per cent. 35 per cent.
More than 40 cents per sq. ft.-60 per cent.
Wilton-
Valued at-
Not more than 40 cents per 40 per cent..
sq. ft.

40 per cent.. 30 per cent.
More than 40 cents per sq. ft. 60 per cent.
Brussels-
Valued at-
Not more than 40 cents per 40 per cent.

40 per cent. 25 per cent.
More than 40 cents per sq. ft. 60 per cent.
Velvet or tapestry-
Valued at-
Not more than 40 cents per 40 per cent....

$40 per cent.. 30 per cent.
More than 40 cents per sq. ft. 60 per cent..
Of like character or description as

above-
Valued at -
Not more than 40 cents per 40 per cent.
sq. ft.

40 per cent. (26).
More than 40 cents per sq. ft. 60 per cent.
1117(b) Ingrain carpets, mats, 24 and rugs or 25 per cent.

25 per cent.. 20 per cent.
art squares, of whatever material
composed, and carpets, rugs, and
mats, of like character or descrip-

tion, n. s. p. f.
1117(c) All other floor coverings, including

mats and druggets, n. s. p. f.,
wholly or in chief value of wool
Valued at-
Not more than 40 cents per 30 per cent.
sq. ft.

¥30 per cent.

20 per cent. More than 40 cents per sq. ft. 60 per cent. 1117(d) Parts of any of the foregoing shall be

(12).

(27). dutiable at the rate provided for

the completed article.
1118 Screens, hassocks, and all other 30 per cent...... 30 per cent. (28).

articles, composed wholly or in
part of carpets, rugs, or mats, 24

and n. s. p. f.
1119 | Tapestries and upholstery goods
(not including pile fabrics), in

}(29) the piece or otherwise, wholly or

$45 cents per lb.30 35 per cent.17

1 and 50 per cent 81_)40 per cent.18 in chief value of wool. 1120 All manufactures, wholly or in chief

50 per cent...--.value of wool, n. s. p. f.

50 per cent.

(35 per cent.17

140 per cent. 18 17 Wholly or in chief value of wool. 18 Wholly or partly of the hair of the Angora goat, alpaca, or other like animals. 24 “Matsadded by act of 1930. as Chenille carpets dutiable at 35 per cent ad valorem. 36 Same as above rates on similar carpets and rugs. 3? Par. 303. Portions of carpets or carpeting, composed wholly or in part of wool, and not specially provided for in this section, shall be subjected to the rate of duty herein imposed on carpets or carpeting of like character.

28 Same rates as on carpets or carpeting of like character or description.
29 Dutiable at the rates provided in par. 1108 or 1109.
30 Manufactures of wool, n. s. p. f.
81 Woven fabrics, valued above 80 cents per lb.
a Same provision as in act of 1930.

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Whenever in this title the word

“wool" is used in connection
with a manufactured article of
which it is a component material,
it shall be held to include wool or
hair of the sheep, camel, Angora
goat, Cashmere goat, alpaca, or
other like animals, whether man.
ufactured by the woolen, worsted,

felt, or any other process.
Fabrics (except printing-machine

cylinder lapping in chief value
of flax), in the piece or other-
wise, containing 17 per cent
or more in weight of wool, but
not in chief value thereof, and
whether or not more specifically
provided for, shall be dutiable
as follows:
That proportion of the amount

of the duty on the fabric, com-
puted under this schedule,
which the amount of wool bears
to the entire weight, plus that
proportion of the amount of the
duty on the fabric, computed
as if this paragraph had not
been enacted, which the weight
of the component 'materials
other than wool bears to the en-
tire weight.35

38 Same provision as in act of 1930.

33 Whenever in this section the word "wool" is used in connection with a manufactured article of which it is a component material, it shall be held to include wool or hair of the sheep, camel, or other like animals, whether manufactured by the woolen, worsted, felt, or any other process. (NOTE.--In the act of 1913 the word “wool” did not include "hair of the Angora goat, alpaca, or other like animals.")

34 No corresponding provision; dutiable according to the component material of chief value. 46 New classification made by act of 1930.

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1201 Silk partially manufactured, in- 35 per cent... 35 per cent.

20 cents per lb. cluding total or partial degumming other than in the reeling process, from raw silk, waste silk, or cocoons, and silk noils exceeding 2 inches in length; all the

foregoing, if not twisted or spun. 1202 Spun silk or schappe silk yarn, or

yarn of silk and rayon or other
synthetic textile, 1 and roving: 2
Not plied
Not bleached, dyed, or colored - 40 per cent.

35 per cent.
In skeins, cops, or warps-
Nos. 1 to 205, inclusive 3.

45 cents per lb.

and 19100 cent
per No. per lb.,
but not less than

40 per cent.
Exceeding No. 205 3-

45 cents per lb.

and 15100 cent
per No. per lb.,
but not less than

40 per cent.
On

bobbins, spools, or
beams-
Nos. 1 to 205, inclusive 3..

55 cents per lb.

and 19100 cent
per No. per lb.,
but not less than

40 per cent.
Exceeding No. 205 3.

55 cents per lb.

and 15100 cent
per No. per lb.,
but not less than

40 per cent.
Bleached, dyed, or colored.
50 per cent.

35 per cent.
In skeins, cops, or warps-
Nos. 1 to 205, inclusive 3.

55 cents per lb.

and 19100 cent
per No. per lb.,
but not less than

40 per cent.
Exceeding No. 205 3.

55 cents per lb.

and 15/100 cent
per No. per lb.,
but not less than

40 per cent.
On bobbins, spools, or beams
Nos. 1 to 205, inclusive 3.

65 cents per lb.

and 1%100 cent
per No. per lb.,
but not less than

40 per cent.
Exceeding No. 205 3.

65 cents per lb.

and 15100 cent
per No. per lb.,
but not less than

40 per cent.
1 “Rayon or other synthetic textile' substituted in act of 1930 for “artificial silk” in act of 1922.
2 Roving was dutiable at 45 per cent in the act of 1913 as manufactures of silk, n. s. p. f.

3 In assessing duty on all spun silk or schappe silk yarn, or yarn of silk and' artificial silk, and roving, the number indicating the size of the yarn or roving shall be determined by the number of kilometers that weigh 1 kilogram, and shall, in all cases, refer to the size of the singles.

In no case shall the duty be assessed on a less number of yards than is marked on the skeins, bobbins, cops, spools, or beams. (Act of 1922.)

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