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Schedule 2.-Earths, Earthenware, and Glassware—Continued

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234(a) Granite suitable for use as monu

mental, paving, or building

stone, n. s. p. f.:
Hewn, dressed, pointed, pitched, i 60 per cent.. 50 per cent i

25 per cent.
lined, or polished, or otherwise
manufactured.
Unmanufactured, or not dressed, 25 cents per cu. ft. 15 cents per cu. 3 cents per cu. ft.
pointed, pitched, lined, hewn,

ft.1 or polished. 234(b) Travertine stone, unmanufactured, 25 cents per cu. ft. 15 cents per cu. 3 cents per cu. ft." or not dressed, hewn, or polished.

ft.2 234(0) Freestone, sandstone, limestone,

lava, and all other stone suit-
able for use as monumental or
building stone, except marble,

breccia, and onyx, n. s. p. f.:
Hewn, dressed, or polished, or 50 per cent.. 50 per cent.

25 per cent.
otherwise manufactured.
Unmanufactured, or not dressed, 15 cents per cu.ft.. 15 cents per cu. ft. 3 cents per cu. ft.

hewn, or polished.

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1 "Pointed, pitched, lined” not in acts of 1913 and 1922.

"Limestone, building or monumental, unmanufactured, n. s. p. f."
3 "Slate"-new in act of 1930—Free as “minerals, crude, n. s. p. f.” under acts of 1913 and 1922.

Watch crystals, unfinished, dutiable as manufactures of glass, n.s. p. f. Watch glasses used in automobile headlights, dials, clock faces, etc., subject to duty at rates provided for cylinder, crown, and sheet glass, with additional duty, if bent.

for Parts of watches, n. s. p. f.”.

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301 Iron in pigs and iron kentledge. $1.125 per ton.. 75 cents per toni.. Free.

Spiegeleisen? containing more than 75 cents per ton... 75 cents per ton... Free.3

1 per cent of carbon.
Granular or sponge iron 5
$2.25 per ton. (6)

(7).
Wrought and cast scrap iron, scrap 75 cents per ton... 75 cents per ton 8. Free.

steel.10
Hammer scale, roll scale, and mill 75 cents per ton... 75 cents per ton 11. Freo.

scale.3
Alloy content of products enumer-

ated in paragraph 301: 3
Vanadium content in excess of $1 per lb..... (12)...

(12).
one-tenth of 1 per cent.
Tungsten content in excess of 72 cents per lb... (12).

(12).
two-tenths of 1 per cent.
Molybdenum content in excess 65 cents per lb. (12)

(12).
of two-tenths of 1 per cent.
Chromium content in excess of 3 cents per lb. (12)....---

(12).
two-tenths of 1 per cent.
302 (a) Manganese ore or concentrates 13. 1 cent per lb.14 1 cent per lb.15 Free.16

Molybdenum ore or concentrates 13_ 35 cents per lb. 35 cents per lb Free. 17
Tungsten ore or concentrates 13_ 50 cents per lb. 45 cents per lb.

Free.
(a) Ferromanganese, 18 containing more 178 cents per lb.18. 178 cents per lb.19 Free. 20

than 1 per cent of carbon. (e) Manganese metal, manganese sili- 178 cents per lb.19 178 cents per lb.19 10 per cent. 21 con, manganese boron.

and 15 per cent. and 15 per cent. Ferromanganese and spiegeleisen, | 178 cents per lb.19 178 cents per lb. 19 Free.20

containing not more than 1 per and 15 per cent. and 15 per cent.

cent of carbon.
o Ferromolybdenum, metallic molyb- 50 cents per lb.13 50 cents per lb.13 15 per cent.22

denum, molybdenum powder, and 15 per cent. and 15 per cent.
and all other alloys of molyb-

denum.
Calcium molybdate and all other 50 cents per lb.13 50 cents per lb.13 15 per cent. 23

compounds of molybdenum. and 15 per cent. and 15 per cent. (8) Tungsten: Metal, carbide, and 60 cents por lb.13 60 cents per lb.13,24 15 per cent.23,25

mixtures combinations in and 50 per cent. and 25 per cent.

lumps, grains or powder.
Tungstic acid and all other com- 60 cents per lb. 13 60 cents per lb.13 15 per cent. 18

pounds of tungsten, n. s. p. f. and 40 per cent. and 25 per cent.
(b) Ferrotungsten, ferrochromium 60 cents per lb.13 60 cents per lb.13 15 per cent.26

tungsten, chromium tungsten, and 25 per cent. and 25 per cent.
chromium cobalt tungsten, tung-
sten nickel, and all other alloys

of tungsten, n. s. p. f.
1 $1.125 per ton, by presidential proclamation effective Mar. 25, 1927, under sec. 315.

· Provided, That spiegeleisen for the purposes of this Act shall be an iron manganese alloy containing less than 30 per cent of manganese. (Acts of 1930 and 1922.)

Spiegeleisen. (Act of 1913.)
4"Containing more than 1 per cent of carbon" added in acts of 1922 and 1930.
s New classification in act of 1930.

* Dutiable as iron in pigs at 75 cents or $1.125 per ton, or at 30 per cent as “mineral substances, wholly or partly manufactured, n. s. p. 1."

7 Classification uncertain.

8 Scrap valued at not more than 7 cents per pound, dutiable at 75 cents per ton; when valued at more than 7 cents per pound, classified and dutiable as waste, n. s. p. f., at 10 per cent. (Act of 1922.) This provision was stricken from the act of 1930.

Scrap iron and steel. (Act of 1913.) 10 Provided further, That nothing shall be deemed scrap iron or scrap steel except secondhand or waste or refuse iron or steel fit only to be remanufactured. (Acts of 1913, 1922, and 1930.)

11 Classified and dutiable as iron or steel scrap when valued at not more than 7 cents per pound; when valued at more than 7 cents per pound, classified and dutiable as waste n. 3. p. f., at 10 per cent.

1: No corresponding provision. No additional duty. 13 Duty on the metallic content of the metal named.

14 Containing in excess of 10 per cent manganese; includes ferruginous manganese ore and manganiferous iron ore. (Act of 1930.)

15 Containing in excess of 30 per cent manganese; ore containing in excess of 10 per cent but not more than 30 per cent manganese, free. (Act of 1922.)

18 Manganese, oxide, and ore of.
17 Minerals, crude.
18 Provided, 'That ferromanganese for the purpose of this Act shall be such iron manganese alloys as contain
30 per cent or more of manganese. (Acts of 1922 and 1930.)

19 On the manganese contained therein.
20 Carbon content not specified in Act of 1913.
21 Metals unwrought, n. s. p. f. (Act of 1913.)
22 Alloys used in the manufacture of steel, n. ś. p. f.
23 Chemical compounds, mixtures, and salts, n. S. p. f. (Act of 1913.)
24 Metallic tungsten, and all other alloys of tungsten.
25 Tungsten metal.
26 Ferrotungsten,

and other alloys used in the manufacture of steel.

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302 (i) Ferrosilicon containing:

8 per cent or more and less than 2 cents per lb.18...- 2 cents per lb.13... 15 per cent.

60 per cent of silicon.
60 per cent or more and less than

3 cents per 1b.13. 3 cents per lb.18.... 15 per cent.
80 per cent of silicon.
80 per cent or more and less than 4 cents per lb.13... 4 cents per lb.13
90 per cent of silicon.

15 per cent.
90 per cent or more of silicon.. 8 cents per lb.13 8 cents per lb.18
Silicon metal..

15 per cent.
8 cents per lb.18 8 cents per lb.13
Silicon aluminum, aluminum sili-

10 per cent. 21
5 cents per lb. 5 cents per lb.27 2 cents per lb.27
con.
Alsimin, ferrosilicon aluminum, 5 cents per lb...---25 per cent 22
ferroaluminum silicon.

15 per cent.23
Ferrochrome or ferrochromium

containing:
3 per cent or more of carbon..

242 cents per lb.28 - 322 cents per lb.28_-! 15 per cent.20
Less than 3 per cent of carbon 30 per cent.
Chrome metal or chromium metal.

30 per cent.

15 per cent.20
30 per cent.
30 per cent.

15 per cent. (1) Boron carbide..

25 per cent.
Free 29

Free.29
Chromium carbide, vanadium car- 25 per cent.

25 per cent 22
bide.

15 per cent.22 Chromium nickel, chromiuin sili- 25 per cent.

25 per cent con, chromium vanadium.

15 per cent.22
Manganese copper..

25 per cent.
Free 30

Free.30 (m)

Ferrophosphorus, ferrotitaniuın, | 25 per cent.
ferrovanadium.

25 per cent.

15 per cent. Ferrouranium, ferrozirconium, zir- 25 per cent.

25 per cent. conium ferrosilicon, ferroboron.

15 per cent.22
Ferroaluminum vanadium, ferro- 25 per cent.

25 per cent 22 15 per cent.22
manganese vanadium, ferrosili-
con vanadium, ferrosilicon alum-

inum vanadium.
Barium, calcium

25 per cent. Boron.

25 per cent 31 25 per cent.

25 per cent. Columbium or niobium,33 thorium, 25 per cent.

25 per cent 31

10 per cent.39
25 per cent 31

10 per cent. 21
uranium, vanadium, strontium.
Tantalum 33

25 per cent.
Free 34

15 per cent.
Titanium.

25 per cent. Zirconium

25 per cent.

15 per cent. 25 per cent.

25 per cent. Alloys of barium and calcium, and

10 per cent.21 25 per cent

Free,34 or 25 per alloys of 1 or more of these metals

25 per cent,35 or 15

cent, 22 or vari- per cent, 22 or 10 with 1 or more of the metals, al

per cent, 21 or va. uminum, cobalt, chromium, cop

rious.36 per, manganese, nickel, or silicon. other alloys of 2 or more of the 25 per cent... Free,34 or 25 per 15 per cent, 22 or 10 metals, barium, boron, calcium,

cent, 22 or vari. per cent, ai or vacolumbium or niobium, stron

rious. 26
tium, tantalum, thorium, tita-
nium, uranium, vanadium, or
· zirconium, or alloys n. s. p. f. of 1
or more of these metals with 1 or
more of the metals, aluminum,
chromium, cobalt, copper, man-

ganese, nickel, or silicon.
(0) Ali alloys used in the manufacture 25 per cent. 25 per cent.

15 per cent.
of steel or iron,37 n. s. p. f.
Cerium metal..

lb.

$2
per
lb

Free.
(g) Ferrocerium and all other cerium $2 per lb. and 25 $2 per lb. and 25
alloys.

10 per cent.21 per cent.

per cent. (r) Ductile tantalum metal..

40 per cent.
40 per cent.

15 per cent.
Ductile columbium or niobium 40 per cent.

25 per cent 31

10 per cent.21
metal.
Ductile nonferrous alloys of tanta- 40 per cent. 40 per cent.. 10 per cent.21

lum metal,
Ductile nonferrous alloys of colum- 40 per cent. 40 per cent 38
bium or niobium metal.

10 per cent.21 18 Duty on the metallic content of the metal named. 20 Carbon content not specified in Act of 1913. 31 Metals unwrought, n. s. p. f. (Act of 1913.) 12 Alloys used in the manufacture of steel, n. S. p. f. 27 Alloys, of which aluminum is the component material of chief value, in crude form. 28 On the chromium contained therein. 29 Crude artificial abrasives. 30 Composition metal of which copper is the component material of chief value, n. s. p. f. 31 Chemical elements. 32 Unmanufactured articles not enumerated or provided for. 38 For ductile metal, see par, 302 (r). 34 Metals unwrought, n. s. p. f. (Act of 1922.) 36 If in chief value of barium or calcium. 86 If in chief value of aluminum, copper, or nickel, were classified according to component of chief value. 87 Or iron," added in act of 1930. 38 As ductile nonferrous alloys of tantalum metal.

ous. 36

ous. 36

$2 per

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crop ends: 41

303 Bar iron: 39
Valuedatnot over1cent per pound.

320 cent per lb...
Valued at not above 142 cents per 310 cent per lb.

pound.
Valued above 1 cent, and not

310 cent per lb..
above 142 cents per pound.
Valued above 142, and not above 510 cent per lb. 520 cent per lb.
222 cents per pound.

>5 per cent. 46
Valued above 212, and not above 810 cent per lb...- 80 cent per lb.-.--

342 cents per pound.
Valued above 372, and not above 1 cent per lb. 1 cent per lb.--.---

5 cents per pound.
Valued above 5 cents per pound..- 142 cents per lb... 112 cents per lb..
Iron in slabs, blooms, loops, or other

forms less finished than iron in
bars and more advanced than
pig iron, except castings:
Valued at not over 1 cent per

210 cent per lb.-.-
pound.
Valued at not above 142 cents per 30 cent per lb.

pound.
Valued above 1 cent, and not

310 cent per lb.
above 122 cents per pound.
Valued above 142, and not above 510 cent per lb... 540 cent per lb..-. Free.

242 cents per pound.
Valued above 212, and not above 50 cent per lb... 810 cent per lb...

342 cents per pound.
Valued above 312, and not above 1 cent per lb.------ 1 cent per lb...

5 cents per pound.
Valued above 5 cents per pound..-142 cents per lb... 142 cents per lb...
Muck bars, pieces thereof except
Valued at not over 1 cent per

310 cent per lb.42-
pound.
Valued at not above 112 cents 310 cent per lb...

per pound.
Valued above 1 cent, and not

310 cent per lb.12..
above 112 cents per pound.
Valued above 142, and not above 510 cent per lb.--- 50 cent per lb.42.-

5 per cont.18
242 cents per pound.
Valued above 212, and not above 810 cent per lb...-- 810 cent per lb.42..

342 cents per pound.
Valued above 312, and not above 1 cent per lb 1 cent per lb.42

5 cents per pound.
Valued above 5 cents per pound... 142 cents per lb..-- 142 cents per lb.42--
Round iron in coils or rods:
Valued at not over 1 cent per

20 cent per lb..
pound.
Valued at not above 142 cents per 310 cent per lb.

pound.
Valued above 1 cent, and not

310 cent per lb.
above 142 cents per pound.
Valued above 142, and not above 510 cent per lb.--. 50 cent per lb. >5 per cent.

242 cents per pound.
Valued above 242, and not above 310 cent per lb.--. 10 cent per lb.---

342 cents per pound.
Valued above 342, and not above 1 cent per lb. 1 cent per lb

5 cents per pound.

Valued above 5 cents per pound.-) 142 cents per lb... 142 cents per lb. 39 See par. 305 additional duties on materials and articles containing any metallic element used in alloy. ing steel or iron.

10 Bar iron, square iron, rolled or hammered * * * bars or shapes of rolled or hammered iron, n. s. p. l. 41 "Pieces thereof except crop ends” added in act of 1930. 4 Muck bars: Crop ends, dutiable at 75 cents per ton under par. 301 of the act of 1922. 43 Muck bars.

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304 Steel ingots, cogged ingots, blooms

and slabs, by whatever process
made; die blocks or blanks;
billets and bars, whether solid
or hollow; shafting; pressed,
sheared, or stamped shapes, not
advanced in value or condition
by any process or operation sub-
sequent to the process of stamp-
ing; hammer molds or swaged
steel; gun-barrel molds not in
bars; all descriptions and shapes
of dry sand, loam, or iron
molded steel castings; sheets
and. plates and steel, n. S.

p. f.: 39, 44, 45
Valued not above 1 cent per

3110 cent per lb.
pound.
Valued at not above 112 cents per 310 cent per lb

pound.
Valued above 1 cent, and not

310 cent per lb...--
above 142 cents per pound.
Valued above 142, and not above 540 cent per lb.... 510 cent per lb-

242 cents per pound.
Valued above 272, and not above 810 cent per lb...-- K10 cent per lb..

15 per cent. 46
312 cents per pound.

8 per cent.47

Free. 48
Valued above 312, and not above 1 cent per lb. 1 cent per lb..---
5 cents per pound.

12 per cent. 69
Valued above 5, and not above 1710 cents per lb... 17o cents per lb...

8 cents per pound.
Valued above 8, and not above 12 242 cents per lb...-242 cents per lb...

cents per pound.
Valued above 12, and not above 342 cents per lb...-342 cents per lb...

16 cents per pound.
Valued above 16 cents per pound. 20 per cent.

.20 per cent.
Concrete reinforcement bars: 50
Valued at not above 142 cents per 310 cent per lb.

pound.
Valued above 142, and not above 510 cent per lb.

222 cents per pound.
Valued above 242, and not above 310 cent per lb...

312 cents per pound.
Valued above 312, and not above 1 cent per lb.
5 cents per pound.

4 cent per lb.61- 15 per cent. 46
Valued above 5, and not above 8 1710 cents per lb...

8 per cent. 47
cents per pound.
Valued above 8, and not above 12 242 cents per lb...-

cents per pound.
Valued above 12, and not above 16 342 cents per lb.---

cents per pound.
Valued above 16 cents per pound.- 20 per cent.
Steel circular saw plates..

4 cent per lb.52 14 cent per lb.52 12 per cent. 39 See par. 305 additional duties on materials and articles containing any metallic element used in alloyo ing steel or iron.

4 See par. 306 for definition of steel. 15 “Alloys n. s. p. f. used as substitutes for steel in the manufacture of tools” which appears in the acts of 1913 and 1922, was stricken from the act of 1930.

46 All the foregoing when made by the crucible, electric, or cementation process, either with or without alloys, and finished by rolling, hammering, or otherwise, and all steels by whatever process made, containing alloys such as nickel, cobalt, vanadium, chromium, tungsten, wolfram, molybdenum, titanium, iridium, uranium, tantalum, boron, and similar alloys. (Act of 1913.)

47 Steel bars, and tapered or beveled bars; mill shafting; pressed, sheared, or stamped shapes, not advanced in value or condition by any process or operation subsequent to the process of stamping; hammer molds or swaged steel; gun-barrel molds not in bars; all descriptions and shapes of dry sand, loam, or iron molded steel castings, sheets, and plates; all the foregoing, if made by the Bessemer, Siemens-Martin, open-hearth, or similar processes, not containing alloys, such as nickel, cobalt, vanadium, chromium, tungsten or wolfram, molybdenum, titanium, iridium, uranium, tantalum, boron, and similar alloys. (Act of 1913.)

48 Steel ingots, cogged ingots, blooms and slabs, die blocks or blanks, and billets, if made by the Bessemer, Siemens-Martin, open-hearth, or similar processes, not containing alloy, such as nickel, cobalt, vanadium, chromium, tungsten, or wolfram, molybdenum, titanium, iridium, uranium, tantalum, boron and similar alloys. (Act of 1913.)

49 Crucible plate steel, cut or sheared to shape or otherwise, or unsheared. (Act of 1913.) 30 “Concrete reinforcement bars” added in act of 1930. 61 Structural shapes. 62 “Provided, That on steel circular saw plates there shall be levied, collected, and paid an additional duty of one-fourth of 1 cent per pound” added in acts of 1922 and 1930.

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