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SCHEDULE 1.-CHEMICALS, OILS, AND PAINTS—Continued.

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Free 86

51 Manganese: Borate, resinate, sul- 25 per cent.

25 per cent 68...... 15 per cent.58 phate, and other manganese com

pounds and salts, n. s. p. f.
52 Camphor:
Crude, natural

1 cent per lb..
Free.

1 cent per lb.
Refined or synthetic

6 cents per lb. 6 cents per lb.. 5 cents per lb. Menthol....

50 cents per

lb.. 25 per cent (n. e.). 50 cents per lb. 53 Oils, animal: Fish oils, n. s. p. f... 20 per cent. 8 cents per gal.

3 cents per gal. Herring..

5 cents per gal... 8 cents per gal.. 3 cents per gal. Menhaden.

5 cents per gal.. 8 cents per gal.89... 3 cents per gal.83 Seal.,

6 cents per gal.. 8 cents per gal... 3 cents per gal. Sod.

5 cents per gal.. 8 cents per gal.. 3 cents per gal. Sperm

10 cents per gal.... 8 cents per gal.89... 8 cents per gal. Whale.

6 cents per gal. 8 cents per gal. 5 cents per gal. Wool grease, Crude, including that known cent per lb.... cent per lb....... 1 cent per lb.

commercially as degras or

brown wool grease.
Not crude, including adeps lanæ, }1 cent per lb.....
hydrous and anhydrous.

1 cent per lb.

cent per lb.

cent per lb.83 All other animal oils, fats, and

$25 per cent 84 15 per cent. 85

20 per cent. greases, n. s. p. f.

Free.86 54 Oils, expressed or extracted: Castor...

3 cents per lb.... 35 cents per gal.... 12 cents per gal Hempseed.

1} cents per lb.. 10 cents per gal.... 3 cents per gal. Linseed or flaxseed, raw, boiled, 31 cents per lb.. 15 cents per gal.87.. 10 cents per gal.87 or oxidized.

(25 per cent 88 15 per cent.88
N. s. p. f.......

20 per cent......
Free 89.

Free.89
Olive 92
Weighing with the immediate 73 cents per lb.90... 50 cents per gal.91.. 30 cents per gal.91

container less than 40 pounds.
N. s. p. f.

61 cents per lb.... 40 cents per gal.... 20 cents per gal Poppy-seed, raw, boiled, or oxi- 2 cents per lb.... 15 cents per gal.87..6 cents per gal.

dized. Rapeseed.

6 cents per gal..... 10 cents per gal.... 6 cents per gal.

$31 cents per Ib 94. 31 cents per lb.94 55 Coconut oil 93

2 cents per lb...
Free 95

Free.96
Cottonseed oil 93.
3 cents per lb. Free..

Free.
Peanut oil...

4 cents per lh.

Free (n. e.).. 6 cents per gal.97 Soya-bean oil... 24 cents per lb.. Free..

Free.93 56 Alizarin assistant, Turkey red oil,

sulphonated castor or other sul-
phonated animal or vegetable

30 cents per gal.98..

35 oils, soaps made in whole or in

115 cents per gal.99..
part from castor oil, and all solu-

ble greases.
All of the foregoing in whatever 35 per cent..

30 per cent.

25 per cent.
form, and used in the processes of
softening, dyeing, tanning, or

finishing, n. s.p. f.
58 Chemical compounds and salts, n. s. p.

f 82 Fish oil, n. s. p. f. 83 Lanolin. 84 Rendered oils * and all greases, n. s. p. f. 85 All other animal oils, rendered oils and greases, and all combinations of the same, n. s. p. f. 86 Grease, fats, * * * and oils (excepting fish oils), such as are commonly used in soap making or in wire drawing, or for dressing or stuffing leather and which are fit only for such uses, and n. š. p. f

87 Of 73 pounds.
88 Expressed oils and all combinations of the same, n. s. p. f.

89 Oils (excepting fish oils), not chemically compounded, such as are commonly used in soap making or in wire drawing, or for stuffing or dressing leather, n. s. p. f.

90 On contents and container. 91 In bottles, jars, kegs, tins, or other packages, containing less than 5 gallons each. 92 Emergency Tariff Act of 1921, par. 11: 40 cents per gallon in bulk, 50 cents per gallon in containers of less than 5 gallons.

98 Emergency Tariff Act of 1921, par. 11: 20 cents per gallon. 94 Refined deodorized. 95 Not refined and deodorized. s Oils: * * * coconut, * * * rendered unfit for use as food or for any but mechanical or manufacturing purposes.

97 Emergency Tariff Act of 1921, par. 11: 26 cents per gallon. 98 In the manufacture of which

50 per cent or more of castor oil is used, 99 In the manufacture of which less than 50 per cent of castor oil is used.

per cent.

125

per cent.

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57 Hydrogenated or hardened oils and 4 cents per Ib......

fats.
Other oils and fats, the composition 20 per cent.

and properties of which have been
changed by vulcanizing, oxidizing,
chlorinating, nitrating, or any

other chemical process, n.s.p.f.!
58 Combinations and mixtures of ani. 25 per cent.... 25 per cent ? 15 per cent.3

mal, vegetable, or mineral oils or
of any of them (except combina-
tions or mixtures containing essen-
tial or distilled pils), with or with-

out other substances, and n.s.p.f.a
59 Oils, distilled or essential: +
Clove.

25 per cent.

25 per cent 5 20 per cent.5
Eucalyptus.

25 per cent.
25 per cent

20 per cent.
Lemon.

25 per cent.
Free.

10 per cent.
N. s.p.fo

25 per cent.
25 per cent

20 per cent.
Orange.

25 per cent
25 per cent

10 per cent.
Patchouli

25 per cent.
25 per cents

20 per cent.5
Peppermint.

25 per cent

25 cents

per

Ib. 25 cents per lb. Sandalwood.

25 per cent.

25 per cent. 20 per cent.5 60 Cocaine, ecgonine, and salts, esters, $2.60 per ounce.. $1.50 per ounce.... $2 per ounce.

and other derivatives thereof. Morphine, morphine sulphate, and $3 per ounce...... $1.50 per ounce.... $3 per ounce.

all opium alkaloids and salts, es

ters, and other derivatives thereof.
Opium: 6
Containing not less than 8.5 per

cent of anhydrous morphine--
Crude or unmanufactured and $3 per lb... $1.50 per lb.?

$3 per lb.
not adulterated.
Powdered, or otherwise advanced $4 per lb.

$2 per lb. 8.

$4 per lb.
beyond the condition of crude
or unmanufactured, and con-
taining 15 per cent or less of

moisture.
Containing less than 8.5 per cent $6 per lb..

$6 per lb. 10.

$6 per lb.1
of anhydrous morphine.
Tincture of, such as laudanum, 60 per cent.

40 per cent

60 per cent. and other liquid preparations

of opium, n. s. p. f. 61 Perfume materials: 11 Ambergris.

20 per cent.
Freo.

20 per cent.12 Anethol, citral, geraniol, heliotro- 45 per cent. 25 per cent 13...

20 per cent.14 pin, ionone, rhodinol, safrol, terpineol, and all natural or syn. thetic odoriferous or aromatic chemicals, all the foregoing not mixed and not compounded,

and n. s. p. f.
Castoreum.

20 per cent
Free

Free.
Civet..

20 per cent.
Free.

20 per cent.13 1 No corresponding classification in acts of 1909 and 1913. Classified according to oil used in act of 1913.

* oils, and all combinations of the foregoing, n. s.p.f.

* * animal oils, rendered oils and greases, and all combinations of the same, n. s. p. f., and combinations of expressed oils, n. s. p. f. a Provided, That no article containing alcohol shall be classified for duty under this paragraph.

Provided, That no article mixed or compounded or containing alcohol shall be classified for duty under this paragraph.

6 Essential and distilled oils, n. s.p.f. 6 Provided, That nothing herein contained shall be so construed as to repeal or in any manner impair or affect the provisions of an act entitled "An act to prohibit the importation and use

of opium for other than medicinal purposes," approved Feb. 9, 1909, as amended by an act approved Jan. 17, 1914.

7 Containing 9 per cent and over of morphia.
8 Dried, powdered, or otherwise advanced.
9 Dried to contain 15 per cent or less of moisture; powdered, or otherwise advanced.
10 Containing less than 9 per cent of morphia.

11 Provided, i hat only materials not marketable as perfumery, cosmetics, or toilet preparations, and not containing more than 10 per cent of alcohol, shall be classified' for duty under this paragraph: Provided further, That all of the foregoing materials containing more than 10 per cent of alcohol shall be classified for duty under paragraph 62 as toilet preparations.

12 Not containing alcohol.
18 Chemical compounds, n. s. p. f.

14 All natural or synthetic odoriferous or aromatic substances, preparations, and mixtures used in the manufacture of, but not marketable as, perfumes or cosmetics; au the foregoing not containing alcohol, not specially provided for.

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61 Perfume materials-Continued.
Mixtures or combinations con- 40 cents per lb. 25

per cent 15...

20 per cent.14
taining essential or distilled and 50 per cent.
oils, or natural or synthetic
odoriferous or aromatic sub-

stances.
Musk grained or in pods....... 20 per cent...

(10 per cent(n.e.) 16..
Free17.

20

per cent.12 Vanillin...

45 per cent.... 20 cents per ounce. 10 cents per ounce. 82 Perfumery, including cologne and

other toilet waters, articles of
perfumery, whether in sachets
or otherwise, and all prepara-
tions used as applications to the
hair, mouth, teeth, or skin, such
as cosmetics, dentifrices, tooth
soaps, pastes, theatrical grease
paints, pomades, powders, and
other toilet preparations, all the
foregoing:
Containing alcohol....

40 cents per lb. 60 cents per lb. 40 cents per lb. and
and 75 per cent. and 50 per cent.

60 per cent. Not containing alcohol.

75 per cent... 60 per cent.. 60 per cent. 83 Bay rum or bay water, whether dis- 40 cents per lb. $1.75

per gal.18

$1.75 per gal.18 tilled or compounded.

and 60 per cent.
Floral or flower waters containing 20 per cent.. 20 per cent

20 per cent.
no alcohol, n. s. p.f.
64 Paris green and London purple...... 15 per cent. 15 per cent.

Free. 65 Phosphorus... 8 cents per lb.. 18 cents per lb.

Free. 66 Plasters, healing or curative, of all 20 per cent.. 25 per cent..

15 per cent.
kinds, and court-plaster.
67 Paints, colors, and pigments com- 40 per cent. 30 per cent..

20 per cent.
monly known as artists' paints or
colors, whether in tubes, cakes,
jars, pans, or other forms, and not
assembled in paint sets, kits, or

color outfits.
Paints, colors, and pigments in tubes,

cakes, jars, pans, or other forms,
when'assembled in paint sets, kits, 170 per cent..

130 per cent

20 per cent. or color outfits, with or without

135 per cent 19

35 per cent.19 brushes, water pans, outline draw

ing, stencils, or other articles.
68 Pigments, colors, stains, and paints,

including enamel paints, whether
dry, mixed, or ground in or mixed 25 per cent.

(30 per cent.

15 per cent. with water, oil, or solutions other

135 per cent 20

20 per cent.31 than oil, n. s.p. f. 69 Barytes ore: Crude or unmanufactured... $4 per ton.. $1.50 per ton

15 per cent.
Ground or otherwise manufac- $7.50 per ton.. $5.25 per ton.. 20 per cent.

tured.
Precipitated barium sulphate or 1 cent per lb. 1 cent per lb. 20 per cent.

blanc fixe.
70 Blue pigments and all blues contain- 8 cents per lb...... 8 cents per lb...... 20 per cent.

ing iron ferrocyanide or iron ferri-
cyanide, in pulp, dry, or ground

in or mixed with oil or water.
Ultramarine blue, dry, in pulp, or 3 cents per lb...... 3 cents per lb......15 per cent.

ground in or mixed with oil or
water, wash and all other blues
containing ultramarine.
Bone black or bone char, blood char,
and decolorizing and deodorizing 20 per cent..

20 per cent 22 Free. 23
chars or carbons.

125 per cent 24. 15
72 Chrome yellow, chrome green, and 25 per cent. 4} cents per lb..... 20 per cent.

other colors containing chromium,
in pulp, dry or ground in or mixed

with oil or water.
73 Gas black, lampblack, and all other 20 per cent.. 25 per cent....... 15 per cent.

black pigments, by whatever name
known, dry or ground in or mixed

with oil or water, and n. s. p. f.
14 See footnote 14 on p. 16.
15 All combinations of distilled and essential oils or chemical mixtures.
10 Grained.
17 Crude, natural pods.
18 Of first proof, and in proportion for any greater strength than first proof.
19 All other toys, n. s. p. 1.
20 Enamel paints, made with varnish.
91 Color lakes, n. s. p. 1.
* Bone char, suitable for use in decolorizing sugars, and blood char.
33 Not suitable for use as a pigment.
24 Black pigments made from bone.

71

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74 Lead pigments: Litharge...

24 cents per lb..... 24 cents per lb..... 25 per cent. Orange mineral..

3 cents per lb... 31 cents per lb..... 25 per cent. Red lead.

2 cents per lb... 25 cents per lb... 25 per cent.
White lead..

21 cents per lb. 21 cents per lb..... 25 per cent.
Pigments containing lead, dry or in
pulp, or ground in or mixed with 30 per cent...

524 cents per lb.. 25 per cent.
oil or water, n. s. p. f.

145 cents per lb.25.. 25 per cent.25 75 Ochers, siennas, and umbers: Crude or not ground.. cent per lb...... cent per lb.

5 per cent. Washed or ground.

scent per lb...

cent per lb.26. 11 cent per lb.27

5 per cent. Iron-oxide and iron-hydroxide pig- 20 per cent...

30 per cent 28.

10 per cent. ments, n. s. p. f. 76 Satin white and precipitated calcium

cent

cent per lb. sulphate.

lb.......

20 per cent.
per
120

10 per cent.29 77 | Spirit varnishes:

Containing less than 5 per cent of $2.20 per gal. and $1.32 per gal. and | $1.32 per gal. and 15 methyl alcohol.

25 per cent.

35 per cent.
Containing 5 per cent or more of
5

125

(35 cents per gal. ||$1.32 per gal.and 15 methyl alcohol.

1 and 35 per cent.

(10* Varnishes, including so-called gold | 25 per cent... 25 per cent.. 10 per cent.

size or japan, n. s.p.f. 78 Vermilion reds containing quick- 28 cents per lb..... 10 cents per lb..... 15 per cent.

silver, dry or ground in or mixed

with oil or water. 79 Lithopone, and other combinations 12 cents per lb..... 11, cents per lb. or mixtures of zinc sulphide and

15 per cent.

(n. e.).
barium sulphate.
Zinc oxide and leaded zinc oxides

containing not more than 25

per cent of lead:
In any form of dry powder........ 12 cents per lb.....

1 cent per lb.31

10 per cent."

121, cents per lb.23 25 per cent.83 Ground in or mixed with oil or }24 cents

six cents per lb.31, 34. 15 per cent.34

ib... water.

per

121 cents per lb.33.. 25 per cent.83 80 Potassium: Bicarbonate...

12 cents per lb..... 25 per cent 35, 1 cent per lb.36 Bromide,

10 cents per lb.
25 per cent 35

15 per cent.35
Carbonate..
i cent per lb. Free..

Free.
Chlorate.

11 cents per lb. 2 cents per lb.. cent per lb. Chromate and dichromate.

27 cents per lb. 21 cents per lb. i cent per lb. Ferricyanide or red prussiate of 7 cents per lb.. 8 cents per lb.

2 cents

per
potash.
Ferrocyanide or yellow prussiate 4 cents per Ib.. 4 cents per lb... 13 cents per lb.

of potash.
Hydroxide or caustic potash.

12 cents per lb.37...

1 cent per lb..
Iodide.
25 cents per lb. 25 cents per lb.

15 cents per lb. Nitrate or saltpeter, refined 1 cent per lb. cent per lb. $7 per ton. Perchlorate.

i} cents per lb. 25 per cent 35 Permanganate...

4 cents per lb.. 25 per cent 35 1 cent per lb. 81 Santonin, and salts of..

75 cents per lb.
j50 cents per lb.40

Free.

125 per cent (n.e.)41. 82 Soap: Castile.

15 per cent........ 14 cents per lb.... 25 Vermilion reds, * * * when not containing quicksilver but made of lead or containing lead. 26 Powdered, washed, or pulverized. 27 Ground in oil or water. 28 Pigments not specially provided for. 29 Pearl hardening for paper maker's use. 30 Containing less than 10 per cent of methyl alcohol of the total alcohol contained therein. 31 Not containing lead. 32 Not containing more than 5 per cent of lead. 33 Pigments containing lead n. S. p. f. 34 Ground in oil. 35 Chemical compounds, mixtures, and salts, n. s. p. f. 36 Refined. 37 Refined, in sticks or rolls. 38 Not including refined in sticks or rolls. 39 Not containing more than 15 per cent of caustic soda. 40 Containing 80 per cent or over of santonin. 41 Containing less than 80 per cent of santonin.

Ib.

Free 38

Free.sg .

15 per cent. 35

10 per cent.

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82 Soap-Continued. Toilet....

130 per cent. 13 30 per cent.

50 per cent 42

110 per cent.44
All other n. s. p. 1......

15 per cent.
Į20 per cent..

5 per cent.

120 cents per lb. 45 20 per cent.45 Soap powder n. s. p. f.

15 per cent. 25 per cent (n. e.). 5 per cent. 83 Sodium: Arsenate.

1 cent per lb. 1 cent per lb. Free. Bicarbonate or baking soda.

cent per lb. cent per lb. 1 cent per lb. Borate or borax, refined.

$ cent per lb. 2 cents per lb. cent per lb. Bromide.

10 cents per lb..
25 per cent 25

15 per cent.35
Carbonate-
Calcined, or soda ash.

cent per lb

cent per lb.

Free.
Hydrated, or sal soda.

cent per lb.

cent per lb.48
cent per lb.47

t cent per lb.
Monohydrated.

1 cent per lb.

cent per lb. cent per lb.
Chlorate.

is cents per lb..... 1} cents per lb. cent per lb.
Chloride or salt 48
In bags, sacks, barrels, or other 11 cents per 100 lbs. 11 cents per 100 lbs. Free.

packages.
In bulk.

7 cents per 100 lbs. 7 cents per 100 lbs. Free. Chromate and dichromate..

1cents per lb... 1 cents per lb..... cent per lb. Ferrocyanide or yellow prussiate of 2 cents per lb.

2 cents per lb.. cent per lb.
soda.
Formate..
2 cents per lb. 25 per cent 35

15 per cent.35
Hydroxide or caustic soda.

cent per lb.. of cent per lb. 1 cent per lb.
Nitrite..

3 cents per lb. 2 cents per lb. cent per lb.
Phosphate..
1 cent per lb. 25 per cent 35

cent per lb. Sesquicarbonate..

cent per lb.

lb.

cent per lb.
Silicate..
cent per lb. cent per lb.

Free.
Sulphate-
Crystallized or Glauber salt. $1 per ton.

$1 per ton

$1 per ton.
Anhydrous...

$2 per ton.
$1 per ton.

15 per cent.36
Sulphide-
Containing not more than 35 per cent per lb. 3 cent per lb.. 1 cent per lb.

cent of sodium sulphide.
Containing more than 35 per cent cent per lb. 4 cent per lb 1 cent per lb.
Sulphite, bisulphite, metabisul- cent per lb. 25 per cent 85. cent per lb.
phite.
Thiosulphate...

cent per lb. cent per lb 49. cent per Ib.49 84 Sodium hydrosulphite, hydrosul- 35 per cent. 25 per cent 35 15 per cent.86

phite compounds, sulphoxylate
compounds, and all combinations

and mixtures of the foregoing.
85 Starch:
Potato.

1{ cents per lb. 1} cents per lb. 1 cent per lb. All other, n. s.p.f..

1 cent per lb 1 cent per lb.50. cent per lb.60 86 Burnt starch or British gum.. 14 cents per

lb.. 1} cents per lb. cent per lb. Dextrine: Made from potato starch or potato | 24 cents per lb..... 13 cents per lb..... 14 cents per lb.

flour. N. s. p. i.

11 cents per lb.... 14 cents per lb.(n.e) cent per lb. Substitutes.

11 cents per lb. 12 cents per lb. cent per lb. Soluble or chemically treated starch. 14 cents per lb... il cents per lb.. cent per lb. 87 Strontium: Carbonate, precipitated..

25 per cent.

25 per cent 35 15 per cent. 35 Nitrate.

25 per cent.

25 per cent 35 15 per cent.36
Oxide...

25 per cent.
Free.

Free. 3 Chemical compounds, mixtures, and salts, n.s. p. f. 42 Fancy or perfumed. 43 Perfumed. 44 Unperfumed. 45 Medicinal. 46 Concentrated. 47 Not concentrated. 18 Provided, That imported salt in bond may be used in curing fish taken by vessels licensed to engage in the fisheries and in curing fish on the shores of the navigable waters of the United States under such regulations as the Secretary of the Treasury shall prescribe; and upon proof that the salt has been used for either of the purposes stated in this proviso, the duties on the same shall be remitted: Provided further, That exporters of meats, whether packed or smoked, which

have been cured in the

United States with imported salt, shall

, upon satisfactory proof, under such regulations as the Secretary of the Treasury shall prescribe, that such meats have been cured with imported salt, have refunded to them from the Treasury the duties paid on the salt so used in curing such exported meats,

in amounts not less than $100. (Par. 295, act of 1909; sec. 313, act of 1922.)

49 Hyposulphite. 50 All other starch, including all preparations from whatever substance produced, fit for use as starch.

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