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Pile fabrics (including pile ribbons),

whether or not the pile covers
the entire surface, wholly or in
chief value of silk, and all arti-
cles, finished or unfinished,
made or cut from such pile

fabrics:
(1) If the pile is wholly cut or

wholly uncut-
Velvets (other than ribbons). 65 per cent.
Other than velvets.

60 per cent..
(2) If the pile is partly cut-
Velvets (other than ribbons). 70 per cent.
Other than velvets.

65 per cent.
(3) Velvet ribbons.-------

60 per cent.
Fabrics, with fast edges, not exceed-

ing 12 inches in width, and arti.
cles made therefrom; tubings,
garters, suspenders, braces,
cords, tassels, and cords and
tassels; all the foregoing wholly
or in chief value of silk or of

silk and india rubber:
N. s. p. f.---

55 per cent. Jacquard-figured

65 per cent.
Knit fabric, in the piece, wholly or 55 per cent.

in chief value of silk.
Knit or crocheted articles, finished

or unfinished, wholly or in

chief value of silk:
Gloves and mittens.
Hose and half-hose
Underwear...

%60 per cent.-----
Outerwear and articles of all

kinds.
Handkerchiefs and woven muf-

flers, wholly or in chief value of

silk, finished or unfinished: Not hemmed..

55 per cent. Hemmed.

60 per cent Hemstitched

60 per cent.
Clothing and articles of wearing 65 per cent.

apparel of every description,
manufactured wholly or in part,
wholly or in chief value of silk,
n. s. p. f.
All manufactures, wholly or in chief 65 per cent..

value of silk, n. s. p. f.

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* Manufactures of silk, or of wbich silk is the component material of chief value, n. s. p. f.

SCHEDULE 13.-MANUFACTURES OF RAYON OR OTHER

SYNTHETIC TEXTILE*

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1301 Filaments of rayon or other syn

thetic textile, single or grouped:1
Weighing 150 deniers or more 45 per cent, but

not less than 40

45 cents per lb., cents per lb.

but not
Weighing less than 150 deniers ?...

less 35 per cent.
50 per cent, but
not less than 40

than 45 per cent.

cents per lb.
Yarns of rayon or other synthetic

textile:
If having not more than 20 turns

twist per inch-
Singles-
Weighing 150 deniers or 45 per cent, but
more 2

not less than 45

45 cents per lb., cents per lb.

but Weighing

than
less

less (>35 per cent.
150 50 per cent, but
deniers.

not less than 45

than 45 per cent.

cents per lb.
Plied-
Weighing

150 deniers or 50 per cent, but
more.

not less than 45

50 cents per lb., cents per lb.

but

35 per cent.
150 55 per cent, but
deniers.

less

not Weighing less than

not less than 45

than 45 per cent.

cents per lb.
If having more than 20 turns twist

per inch-
Singles-
Weighing 150 deniers or 45 per cent (but
more.

not less than 45
cents per lb.)and

45 cents per lb. 45 cents per lb.,
Weighing less than 150 de 50 per cent (but but not less 35 per cent.
niers.?

not less than 45 than 45 per cent.
cents per lb.)
and 45 cents per

lb.
Plied-
Weighing 150 deniers or

50 per cent (but
more.

not less than 45
cents per lb.)
and 45 cents per

50 cents per lb.,

Ib.
Weighing less than 150 de 55 per cent (but

but not less than 35 per cent.
niers.

not less than 45

45 per cent.
cents per lb.)
and 45 cents per

lb.
1302 Waste of rayon or other synthetic 10 per cent..

10 per cent.

10 per cent.
textile.3
Filaments of rayon or other syn. 25 per cent.

20 per cent

15 per cent.
thetic textile, not exceeding 30
inches in length, other than
waste, whether known as cut
fiber, staple fiber, or by any

other name.
Noils of rayon or other synthetic 25 per cent.. 10 per cent ? 15 per cent.

textile: 8
Garnetted or carded rayon or other 10 cents per lb. 20 cents per lb., (o).
synthetic textile.

and 25 per cent. but not less than

25 per cent.
Sliver, tops, and roving, of rayon or 10 cents per lb. 20 cents per lb., 15 per cent.
other synthetic textile.

and 30 per cent.

but not less than

25 per cent. Manufactures of rayon or other synthetic textiles were dutiable in previous acts as artificial or imitation silk or horsehair. The term 'rayon" was not commercially used until after the pa sage of the Act of 1922.

1 Exceeding 30 inches in length.
: Per length of 450 meters.
• Except waste wholly or in chief value of cellulose acetate.
Dutiable as waste, n. s. p. f.
New classification made by act of 1930.
• Dutiable as nonenumerated manufactured.
7 Dutiable as artificial silk waste.
• Dutiable as artificial silk waste not further advanced than sliver or roving.

Schedule 13.Manufactures of Rayon or Other Synthetic Textile-Continued

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1303 Spun yarn of rayon or other syn

thetic textile: 9
Singles.----

1272 cents per lb. 25 cents per lb., 35 per cent.
and 45 per cent.

but not less than

45 per cent.
Plied

122 cents per lb. 30 cents per lb., 35 per cent.
and 50 per cent.

.but not less than

45 per cent. 1304 Yarn of rayon or other synthetic 55 per cent, but 50 cents per lb.,

35 per cent. textile put up for handwork./ not less than 45 but not less than

cents per lb. 45 per cent. Sewing thread of rayon or other 55 per cent, but 50 cents per lb.,

35 per cent. synthetic textile.

not less than 45 but not less than

cents per lb. 45 per cent. 1305 Rayon or other synthetic textile in 45 per cent, but 55 cents per lb.,

35 per cent or 25 bands or strips not exceeding 1 not less than 45 but not less than inch in width, suitable for the cents per lb. 45 per cent.

manufacture of textiles.10
1306 Woven fabrics in the piece, wholly

or in chief value of rayon or
other synthetic textile: 12
N. s. p. f...

45 cents per lb.
and 60 per cent. 45 cents per lb.

}60 per cent.
Jacquard-figured..

45 cents per lb. and 60 per cent.

and 70 per cent. 1307 Pile fabrics (including pile ribbons),

whether or not the pile covers
the entire surface, wholly or in
chief value of rayon or other
synthetic textile, and all arti-
cles, finished or unfinished,
made or cut from such pile

fabrics: 12
If the pile is wholly cut or wholly 45 cents per lb.
uncut.

and 60 per cent. 45 cents per lb.
If the pile is partly cut...
45 cents per lb. and 60 per cent.

60 per cent.

and 65 per cent. 1308 Fabrics, with fast edges, not exceed

ing 12 inches in width, and arti-
cles made therefrom; tubings,
garters, suspenders, braces,
cords, tassels, and cords and
tassels; all the foregoing wholly
or in chief value of rayon or
other synthetic textile, or of
rayon or other synthetic textile

and india rubber:12
N. s. p. f...

45 cents per lb.

and 60 per cent. 45 cents per lb.
Jacquard-figured.
45 cents per lb. and 60 per cent.

>60 per cent.

and 70 per cent.
1309 Knit fabric, in the piece, wholly or 45 cents per lb. 45 cents per lb.
in chief value of rayon or other and 60 per cent. and 60 per cent.

60 per cent.
synthetic textile.12
Knit or crocheted articles, finished

or unfinished, wholly or in chief
value of rayon or other syn-

thetic textile: 12
Gloves and mittens.

45 cents per lb.

and 65 per cent. Hose and half-hose...

45 cents per lb.

and 65 per cent. (45 cents per lb. Underwear.

|}60 per cent. 45 cents per lb. and 60 per cent.

and 65 per cent. Outerwear and articles of all 45 cents per lb. kinds.

and 65 per cent. New classification made by act of 1930, • Enumerated in act of 1922 as "yarns made from artificial silk waste." 10 Enumerated in act of 1922 as products of cellulose, not compounded, whether known as visca, cellophane, or by any other name, such as are ordinarily used in braiding or weaving and in imitation of silk, straw, or similar substances.

11 Visca and cellophane suitable in imported condition for weaving, braiding, and the like held dutiable by similitude under par. 319 of the act of 1913 at rate of 35 per cent. Cellophane or visca in rolls, reels, or sheets held dutiable at rate of 25 per cent ad valorem by similitude to manufactures of gelatin under par. 34.

12 New classification; in act of 1922 included in basket clause of par. 1213 reading "knit goods, ribbons, and other fabrics and articles *"; in act of 1913 included in basket clause of par. 319

reading "beltings, cords, tassels, ribbons, or other articles and fabrics

*

*

Schedule 13.-Manufactures of Rayon or Other Synthetic Textile-Continued

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and 60 per cent: %60 per cent.

1310 Handkerchiefs and woven mufflers,

wholly or in chief value of
rayon or other synthetic textile,

finished or unfinished: 12
Not hemmed..

45 cents per lb.

and 60 per cent. Hemmed or hemstitched.

45 cents per

lb.

45 cents per lb.

and 60 per cent.

60 per cent.

p. f.12

45 cents per lb. 60 per cent.

and 60 per cent.

and 65 per cent. 1311 Clothing, and articles of wearing 45 cents per lb.

apparel of every description, and 65 per cent.
manufactured wholly or in part,
wholly or in chief value of rayon

or other synthetic textile, n. s.
1312 | Manufactures of filaments, fibers, 45 cents per lb.

yarns, or threads, of rayon or and 65 per cent.
other synthetic textile, and textile
products made of bands or strips
(not exceeding 1 inch in width) of
rayon or other synthetic textile,

n. s. p. f.12
1313 Whenever used in this Act the terms

“rayon” and “other synthetic
textile" mean the product made
by any artificial process from
cellulose, a cellulose hydrate, a
compound of cellulose, or a mix-
ture containing any of the fore-
going, which product is solidified
into filaments, fibers, bands,
strips, or sheets, whether such
products are known as rayon,
staple fiber, visca, or cellophane,
or as artificial, imitation, or syn-
thetic silk, wool, horsehair, or
straw, or by any other name
whatsoever.

(13).

(13).

12 See footnote on p. 139.

13 No corresponding provision.

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1401 Uncoated book paper and un 44 cent per lb. and 44 cent per lb. and (3). coated printing paper, n. s. p. f., 10 per cent.

10 per cent.
not including cover paper.1
1402 Boards, not plate finished, super-

calendered or, friction calen-
dered, laminated by means of
an adhesive substance, coated,
surface stained or dyed, lined
or vat-lined, embossed, printed,
decorated or ornamented in
any manner, nor cut into shapes
for boxes or other articles and

not specially provided for: 4, 6
Cardboard...

10 per cent
10 per cent.

25 per cent. X
Leather board or compress leather 10 per cent. 10 per cent

Free.
Paper board

10 per cent.

10 per cent.
Wall board.

10 per cent.
10 per cent.

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Pulpboard.

10 per cent.

$10 per cent

15 per cent 7. Papers and felts, whether or not

saturated or coated:
Roofing paper.-

10 per cent.
10 per cent.

(6):
Sheathing paper.
10 per cent. 10 per cent.

5 per cent.
Deadening felt

10 per cent.
10 per cent

(6).
Roofing felt or felt roofing.

10 per cent
10 per cent

5 per cent.
Sheathing felt.

10 per cent
10 per cent

Free. 1403 Filter masse or filter stock, com 20 per cent.

20 per cent.

20 per cent.
posed wholly or in part of wood
pulp, wood flour, cotton or other

vegetable fiber.
Indurated fiber ware.

25 per cent. 25 per cent. 25 per cent.
Masks composed of paper, pulp or 25 per cent.. 25 per cent.

25 per cent.
papier-mâché.
Manufactures of papier mâché, n. s. 25 per cent.. 25 per cent. 25 per cent.

p. f.

Manufactures of pulp, n. s. p. f.-.-) 30 per cent.. 25 per cent.----- 25 per cent. 1 Provided, That if any country, dependency, province, or other subdivision of government shall forbid or restrict in any way the exportation of (whether by law, order, regulation, contractual relation, or otherwise, directly or indirectly), or impose any export duty, export license fee, or other export charge of any kind whatsoever (whether in the form of additional charge or license fee or otherwise) upon printing paper, or wood pulp, or wood for use in the manufacture of wood pulp, the President may enter into negotia, tions with such country, dependency, province, or other subdivision of government to secure the removal of such prohibition, restriction, export duty, or other export charge, and if it is not removed he may, by proclamation, declare such failure of negotiations, setting forth the facts. Thereupon, and until such prohibition, restriction, export duty, or other export charge is removed, there shall be imposed upon printing paper provided for in this paragraph, when imported either directly or indirectly from such country, dependency, province, or other subdivision of government, an additional duty of 10 per centum ad valorem and in addition thereto an amount equal to the highest export duty or other export charge imposed by such country, dependency, province, or other subdivision of government, upon either an equal amount of printing paper or an amount of wood pulp or wood for use in the manufacture of wood pulp necessary to manufacture such printing paper. (Acts of 1930 and 1922.)

Act of 1913: Provided, however, That if any country, dependency, province, or other subdivision of government shall impose any export duty, export license fee, or other charge of any kind whatsoever (whether in the form of additional charge or license fee or otherwise) upon printing paper, wood pulp, or wood for use in the manufacture of wood pulp, there shall be imposed upon printing paper, valued above 242 cents per pound, when imported either directly or indirectly from such country, dependency, province, or other subdivision of government, an additional duty equal to the amount of the highest export duty or other export charge imposed by such country, dependency, province, or other subdivision of govern. ment, upon either printing paper, or upon an amount of wood pulp, or wood for use in the manufacture of wood pulp necessary to manufacture such printing paper.

· Printing paper, n. S. p. f. • Act of 1913 provided a rate of 12 per cent for printing paper valued above 242 cents per pound. By the revenue act of Sept. 8, 1916, the value division was changed to 5 cents, and by the act of Apr. 23, 1920, to 8 cents for two years thereafter.

If any country, dependency, province, or other subdivision of government imposes a duty on any article specified in this paragraph, when imported from the United States, in excess of the duty herein provided, there shall be imposed upon such article, when imported either directly or indirectly from such country, dependency, province, or other subdivision of government, a duty equal to that imposed by such country, dependency, province, or other subdivision of government on such article imported from the United States. (Acts of 1930 and 1922.)

5 Provided, That for the purposes of this act any of the foregoing less than twelve one-thousandths of one inch in thickness shall be deemed to be paper. (Act of 1930.)

less than nine one-thousandths of an inch. (Act of 1922.)

6 No corresponding classification.
7 Pulpboard in rolls for use in manufacture of wall board, 5 per cent.
• Adhesive, for sheathing vessels.

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