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$591, 748 $477, 049 $771, 039 $478, 784
714, 312

$676, 172
745, 258 755, 281 708, 866 595, 544
152, 612
182, 488
209, 522

156, 558
275, 191

227,810
549, 553 283, 766 203,683
1, 849, 458

186, 106
2,357, 480 2, 801,941 1, 873, 752
7,343, 794

2, 236, 430
10,383, 946 10,627, 184 10, 872, 249 10,095, 534
1,842, 568 1, 803, 656 1, 541, 855 1,311, 871
1, 447, 850

584, 425
1, 139,

817, 474 738, 878
753, 090

928, 630
599, 021 1, 162, 115 399, 016
440, 697

740, 062
605, 907 852, 812 507, 967 272, 573
380, 247

387, 101 340, 090 255, 028
1, 420, 509

322, 661
796, 518 542, 076 675, 443
581, 374

645, 199
739, 861 1,037, 890 732, 830 997, 473
82, 209! 125, 315 156, 353! 178, 183 136, 711
215, 4831
263, 438

112, 488 98, 361
328, 712

83,014 281, 997 313, 129

427,017 415, 369 3,821,681 | 3,059, 392 3,588, 168 2,945, 805 2,606, 673 22, 247, 535 24, 497,774 25, 913, 213' 22,564, 291 21,750, 386

$702, 409

32, 144 54, 724

158, 737 3,604, 040 7, 297,541

360, 415 636, 336 460, 322 150, 288 316, 243 239, 494 825, 684 86, 674 84, 477 316, 781 2, 446,936 17,773, 245

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France.
Italy.
Norway..
Russia in Europe.
Sweden.
United Kingdom.
Canada.
Mexico.
Cuba..
Argentina..
Brazil.
Chile..
British India.
Japan.
China
Australia.
Philippine Islands.
British South Africa.
Dutch East Indies.
All other....

Total..

$2,563, 881 $3,055, 395 $2,751, 774 $2,905, 910 86, 278, 143
1,728, 669

859, 986

994, 269 150, 563

1, 465, 927 550, 180

1, 207, 858

332, 718 1,577,589

498, 955 2, 199, 705

1,069,918

963, 862 22, 267
113, 403

13, 751
270, 293 31, 562
6, 450, 315

28, 317
5,338, 268

485, 230
4,671, 066
8,492, 411

3, 01, 288
14,518, 481

8, 691,685 664, 145

13,938, 941 13,985, 211 18,674, 149
990, 522

1,279, 433 1,483,782 2,332, 425
1, 192, 700 2,929, 594 2,097,772 1, 817, 707
839, 597

2, 553, 752
804, 419 1, 204,910
268, 312

983, 213
585, 852

2, 279, 440

754, 442
345, 195

675, 963 1,865, 464
864, 829 1, 198, 349
189, 661

1,383, 735
235, 090

1,764,098

554, 987
587, 505

751, 909 1, 601, 339
1,789, 589 3,612, 621
183, 299

4,552, 936
375, 322

8,571, 536

487, 829
890, 013

520, 880 1,642, 242
1, 156, 328 995, 463
257, 671

958, 368 1,483, 272
249, 191

855, 402 352, 403

1,819, 869 212, 286

2,556, SOS

308, 479
145, 609

323, 979 902, 669
316, 261 275, 265
4,578, 133

582, 845 1, 417,785
5,348, 886 3,954, 697 3,736, 805 8,035, 162
31,971, 774 42,650, 467 41, 262, 841 42, 299, 866 73, 426,728 896, 657, 650

1 Calendar year.

COURT AND TREASURY DECISIONS. Machinery of the class covered by this survey is dutiable according to the component material of chief value, which in the case of metal would bring the importation within paragraph 167 of the act of 1913.

Rates of duty-Miscellaneous machinery.

Act of

Par.

Tariff classification or description.

Rates of duty, specific

and ad valorem.

1883..........

Manufactures, articles, or wares, not specially enumerated or 45 per cent ad valorem.
provided for in this act, composed wholly or in part of iron,
steel, copper, * or any other metal, and whether

partly or wholly manufactured.
1890....! 215 Manufactures, articles, or wares, not specially enumerated or Do.

provided for in this act, composed wholly or in part of iron,
steel, lead ** or any other metal, and whether partly

or wholly manufactured. 1894.... 177 ' Manufactured articles or wares, not specially provided for in this 35 per cent ad valorem.

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

partly or wholly manufactured. 1897....! 193 Articles or wares not specially provided for in this Act, com. : 45 per cent ad valorem.

posed wholly or in part of iron, steel, * * * or other metal,

and whether partly or wholly manufactured. 1909.... 199 Articles or wares not specially provided for in this section, com- Do.

posed wholly or in part of iron, steel, * * * or other metal,

and whether partly or wholly manufactured. 1913. ... 167 Articles or wares not specially provided for in this section 20 per cent ad valorem.

if composed wholly or in chief value of iron, steel,
or other metal, * and whether partly or wholly man-
ufactured.

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WASHINGTON

TARIFF INFORMATION SURVEYS

ON THE ARTICLES IN

PARAGRAPH 167 OF THE TARIFF ACT OF 1913

AND RELATED ARTICLES IN OTHER PARAGRAPHS

MISCELLANEOUS I

MISCELLANEOUS METAL MANUFACTURES

Paragraph 167:

Locks
Upholsterer's Nails and Thumb

Tacks
Tinware
Sheet-Metal Stampings
Silver and Plated Tableware

Small Tools
Draftsmen's Instruments
Surgical and Dental Instruments

and Appliances Church Goods

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UNITED STATES TARIFF COMMISSION.

Office: Eighth and E Streets NW., Washington, D. C.

COMMISSIONERS.

THOMAS WALKER PAGE, Chairman.
THOMAS 0. MARVIN, l'ice Chairman.
DAVID J. LEWIS.
WILLIAM S. CULBERTSON.
EDWARD P. COSTIGAN.

John F. BETIIUNE, Secretary.

ADDITIONAL COPIES
OF THIS PUBLICATION MAY BE PROCURED FROM
THE SUPERINTENDENT OF DOCUMENTS
GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE
WASHINGTON, D. C.

AT
5 CENTS PER COPY

PREFACE.

This is one of a series of Tariff Information Surveys prepared by the United States Tariff Commission and transmitted to the Committee on Ways and Means. The series covers all of the articles and commodities provided for in the taríf act of October 3, 1913, and others not specifically provided for. It is arranged in the numerical order of paragraphs of that act.

In some cases two or more paragraphs have been combined in one pamphlet. In doing this industrial relationship of the articles has been followed when possible. In those instances where a paragraph has been treated under a preceding paragraph of the tariff act reference is made to this fact at the point where the paragraph appears in numerical order. Where one grade of an article is dutiable and another grade of the same article is on the free list, the article is discussed under the dutiable paragraph, which appears first in numerical order in the tariff act. In certain instances articles of close industrial relationship and which occur in separate paragraphs of the tariff act have been combined under one paragraph for convenience of discussion. Reference is made to this fact at the point where the commodities would naturally occur in numerical order.

The first pamphlet in the series is an “Introduction and index," which contains:

1. An introductory chapter discussing the scope of the series and the general method of treatment.

2. An alphabetical index of the articles provided for in the tariff act of 1913, showing the paragraph of the act in which the article is provided for and, if discussed under a different paragraph, the number of such paragraph.

3. A list of the pamphlets in the series, showing the paragraphs and articles included in each pamphlet.

Thus by use of this "Introduction and index" the exact location of the discussion relating to a given article or commodity can be ascertained.

In the preparation of this report the Tariff Commission had the services of Paul M. Tyler, S. L. Willis, W. S. Sherrill, and H. J. Bierman of the Metals Division of the Commission's staff, and of others.

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