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$23, 779 $34, 430 $32, 407 $25,722 $19, 104 $82, 852 $114, 251 $62,557 $121, 985 23, 880 38, 142 42,652

51, 637 39,510 54, 343 6,565

197,316 112,397 5,520

234, 476 24, 289 27, 694 50,333

119, 530 175, 300 110, 731 7,498

143, 792 9,825 5,312 3,599

2, 870

4,848 485

11, 191 16, 293 14,759

344, 569 332, 345 200

11, 268 42

11,789 17 450 291, 894 32

98, 833 40,074

24, 869 120.530

65, 113

7,820 415 17,576 38, 1978 30,340 30,986 46,077 158,003 214,077 110,093 | 130, 212 79,330 127,580 135, 042 139,655 158, 344 1,176,629 1, 208, 426 471,233 682, 297

Total..

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Zinc, rolled in sheets, strips, boiler plates, etc.-Domestic exports.

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24, 250 3,866, 317

Total.

9, 182, 593

347, 747

8,674,999

348,955

1913

1914

1915

Exported to

Pounds.

Value.

Pounds.

Value.

Pounds.

81, 193

$2,379

United Kingdom...
Germany.
Netherlands
All other...

492, 463 80,014

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168, 381

Value.

$547, 431 2,300

700 6, 816

557, 247

Value.

$2, 261, 145

7, 430 15, 263

2,526, 288

164,619 10,692, 766

886,017 31, 104, 163

2,283, 843

CALENDAR YEARS.

1918

1919

Exported to

Pounds.

Value.

Pounds.

Value.

31, 527, 40 : $2,226, 128 10,068,693
103, 924

12, 785

176, 935 31,631, 364

2,238, 913 | 10, 245, 628

$725, 612

13,683 739, 295

Total..

Zinc sheets and spelter-Prices (wholesale), dollars per 100 pounds.

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Lithographic sheets, commercially so known, being sheets of zinc as they come from the rolling mill, but coated on one side with a preparation suiting them for use by lithographers, were held dutiable as zinc in sheets and not as manufactures of metal. (Langeman & Petty v. United States, 75 Fed. Rep., 1; T. D. 17124 of 1896; reversing T. D. 14840, G. A. 2523, of 1894.)

Zinc nickeled'on one side, polished, and cut into strips, was held dutiable as an article n. s. p. f. partly manufactured under paragraph 199 of the act of 1909. (Dept. Order, T. D. 31396 of 1911.)

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Zinc dross and zinc skimmings have been held dutiable as unwrought metal under paragraph 154 of the act of 1913 rather than as old zinc fit only for remanufacture. (Dept. Order, T. D. 34070 of 1914.)

Zinc dross or hard spelter derived abroad from soft American spelter was held exempt from duty under paragraph 404 of that act as American goods returned. Hardening the spelter in Canada from soft spelter imported from the United States was held not to constitute advancement in value or improvement in condition within paragraph 404. (United States v. Rubelli's Sons, 8 Ct. Cust. Appls., 399, of 1918.)

Nickel-plated zinc sheets are not zinc in sheets. (Eckstein v. United States, 145 Fed., 1021, of 1906; T. D. 27430, suit 1603, and T. D. 27773, suit 1611, of 1916.)

Sheets of zinc, enameled, and a substitute for tiles, were held not to be zinc in sheets coated or plated with nickel or other metal or solutions. (Stengel v. United States, 2 Ct. Cust. Appls., 137, of 1911.)

Zinc-Rates of duty.

Act of-Par.

Tariff classification or description.

Rates of duty, specifie and ad valorem,

1883.... 216 Manufactures, articles, or wares, not specially enumerated or pro- 45 per cent ad valorem.

vided for in this act, composed wholly or in part of iron, steel,
copper, lead, nickel, pewter, tin, zinc, gold, silver, platinum,

or any other metal, and whether partly or wholly munafactured. 1883. 193 Zinc, spelter, or tutenegue in sheets.

24 cents per pound. 1890.. 213 Zinc in sheets..

Do. 1890.... 215 Manufactures, articles, or wares, not specially enumerated or pro- 45 per cent ad valorem.

vided for in this act, composed wholly or in part of iron, steel,
lead, copper, nickel, pewter, zinc, gold, silver, platinum, alu-
minum, or any other metal, and whether partly or wholly

manufactured. 1894.. 175 Zinc in sheets, not polished nor further advanced than rolled..... 14 cents per pound. 1894.... 177 Manufactured articles or wares, not specially provided for in this 35 per cent ad valoren.

act, composed wholly or in part of any metal, and whether

partly or wholly manufactured. 1897 192 Zinc in sheets..

2 cents per pound. 1897. 193 Articles or wares not specially provided for in this act, composed 45 per cent ad valoren.

wholly or in part of iron, steel, lead, copper, nickel, pewter,
zinc, gold, silver, platinum, aluminum, or other metal, and

whether partly or wholly manufactured. 1909.... 194 Zinc in sheets.

19 cents per pound. Zinc in sheets, coated or plated with nickel or other metal, or 13 cents per pound.

solutions. 1909....

199 Articles or wares not specially provided for in this section, com- 45 per cent ad valorem.

posed wholly or in part of iron, steel, lead, copper, nickel,
pewter, zinc, gold, silver, platinum, aluninum, or other metal,

and whether partly or wholly manufactured. 1913.... 163 Zinc, in blocks, pigs, or sheets, and zine dust, and old and worn- 15 per cont ad valorem.

out zinc fit only to be remanufactured. 1913.... 167 Articles or wares not specially provided for in this section, if com- 20 per cent ad valorem

posed wholly or in part of platinum, gold or silver, and articles
or wares plated with gold or silver, and whether partly or
wholly manufactured, 30 per cent ad valorem; if composed
wholly or in chief value of iron, steel, lead, copper, brass, nickel,
pewter, zinc, aluminum, or other metal, but not plated with
gold or silver, and whether partly or wholly manufactured.

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