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SCHEDULE 2.-EARTHS, EARTHENWARE, AND GLASSWARE-Continued.

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217 Plain green or colored, molded or

pressed, and flint, lime, or lead
glass bottles, vials, jars, and
covered or uncovered demijohns,
and carboys, any

of theforegoing,
filled or unfilled, not specially
provided for, and whether their
contents be dutiable or free
(except such as contain mer-
chandise subject to an ad valo-
rem rate of duty, or to a rate of
duty based in whole or in part
upon the value thereof, which
shall be dutiable at the rate ap-
plicable to their contents): 41, 43
Holding more than 1 pint..... 1 cent per lb. 1 cent per lb.43. 30 per cent.
Holding not more than 1 pint and 12 cents per lb.... 1} cents per lb.43... 30 per cent.

not less than 1 pint.

Holding less than pint..... 50 cents per gross. 50 cents per gross.43 30 per cent. 218 Biological, chemical, metallurgical,

pharmaceutical, and surgical ar-
ticles and utensils of all kinds, in-
cluding all scientific articles, uten-
sils, tubing and rods, whether
used for experimental purposes in %65 per cent.

(Free 46

Free. 45 hospitals, laboratories, schools or

15 per cent 46 30 per cent.48 universities, colleges, or otherwise,

160 per cent 47 45 per cent.47 all of the foregoing, finished or unfinished, composed wholly or in chief value of glass or paste, or a combination of glass and paste. 44 Glassware commercially known as plated or cased glass, composed of

| 45 per cent 46 30 per cent.46 two or more layers of clear, 360 per cent. 60 per cent if col- 45 per cent if col. opaque, colored, or semitranslucent

ored, etc.

ored, etc.
glass, or combinations of the same. 44
Illuminating articles of every de-

scription, including chimneys,
globes, shades, and prisms, for
use in connection with artificial 160 per cent....

|45 per cent 46 (30 per cent.48
illumination, all of the foregoing,

160 per cent 47 45 per cent.47
finished or unfinished, composed

|(20 per cent.48
wholly or in chief value of glass or
paste, or a combination of glass
and paste.44
Table and kitchen articles and uten- 55 per cent.. 60 per cent... 45 per cent.
sils, and all articles of every de-
scription not specially provided
for, composed wholly or in chief
value of glass or paste, or com-
binations of glass and paste,
blown or partly blown in the
mold or otherwise, or colored, cut,
engraved, etched, frosted, gilded,
ground (except such grinding as is
necessary for fitting stoppers or for
purposes other than ornamenta-
tion), painted, printed in any
manner,

sand-blasted, silvered,
stained, or decorated or orna-
mented in any manner, whether
filled or unfilled, or whether their

contents be dutiable or free. 44 Provided, That the terms "bottles," "vials,” “jars," "demijohns," and "carboys," as used herein, shall be restricted to such articles

when suitable for use and of the character ordinarily 'employed for the or transportation of merchandise, and not as appliances or implements in chemical or other operations, and shall not include bottles for table service and thermostatic bottles. Bottles and other containers of mineral waters were dutiable under the acts of 1909 and 1913 at onethird the rates applicable if imported separately or empty. 13 But not less than 40 per cent. * Provided, That any of the articles specified in this paragraph, if containers of merchandise subject to an ad valorem rate of duty or to a rate of duty based in whole or in part

upon the value thereof, shall be dutiable at the rate applicable to their contents, but not less than the rate provided for in this paragraph: Provided further, That for the purposes of this act bottles with

cut-glass stoppers

shall with

their stoppers be deemed entireties. 45 Seientific apparatus, utensils, * * * including bottles, * * imported for scientific purposes. ** Glass or manufactures of glass or paste, n. s.p.f. 4 Glass blown either in a mold or otherwise, n. s. p. f. #Imitation precious stones. (Covers prisms of paste under 1 inch in diameter.)

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218 Table and kitchen articles and uten

sils, composed wholly or in chief
value of glass or paste, or a com-
bination of glass and paste, when
pressed and unpolished, whether
or not decorated or ornamented
in any manner or ground (except $50 per cent...

$45 per cent 46

30 per cent.46 such grinding as is necessary

160 per cent 49

45 per cent.19
for fitting stoppers or for pur-
poses other than ornamentation),
whether filled or unfilled,
whether their contents be dutiable

or free. 44
219 Cylinder, crown, and sheet glass,50

by whatever process made, and
for whatever purpose used, un-

polished: 51
Not exceeding 150

square
inches.

14 cents per lb....

{1x cents per lb.52. Above 150 and not exceeding >1x cents per lb.....

1 cents per 15.53 :: cents per lb.

1 cents per lb.54. 384 square inches.

12 cents per lb.55.

}1 cent per lb. Above 384 and not exceeding }15 cents per lb.

2 cents per lb.56. 720 square inches.

128 cents per lb.57.

1}13 cents per lb. Above 720 and not exceeding 14 cents per lb..... 23 cents per lb... 11 cents per lb.

864 square inches.
Above 864 and not exceeding | 2 cents per lb...... 37 cents per lb..... 14 cents per lb.

1,200 square inches.
Above 1,200 and not exceeding 24 cents per lb..... 34 cents per lb..... 1} cents per lb.

2,400 square inches.
Above 2,400 square inches.

24 cents per lb..... 44 cents per lb..... 2 cents per lb. 220 Cylinder, crown, and sheet glass,58

by whatever process made, polished: Not exceeding 384 square inches.... 4 cents per sq.ft... 4 cents per sq. ft... 3 cents per sq. ft. Above 384 and not exceeding 720 6 cents per sq.ft... 6 cents per sq.ft. 4 cents per sq. ft.

square inches. Above 720 and not exceeding 1,440 12 cents per sq. ft. . 12 cents per sq. ft. . 7 cents per sq. ft.

square inches.

Above 1,440 square inches.. 15 cents per sq. ft. . 15 cents per sq.ft.. 10 cents per sq. ft. 221 Fluted, rolled, ribbed, or rough

plate glass, or the same containing a wire netting within itself (not including crown, cylinder, or sheet glass):59 Not exceeding 384 square inches... (cent per sq.ft.... cent per sq.ft... cent per sq. ft. Above 384 square inches....... 1} cents per sq.ft..ki cents per sq. ft.60

12 cents per sq.ft.61.

1 cent per sq. ft. 222 Plate glass, cast polished, finished or

unfinished, and unsilvered:
Not exceeding 384 square inches.. 124 cents per sq.ft. 10 cents per sq.ft.. 6 cents per sq. ft.
ontaininga wire netting within
15 cents per sq.

6 cents per sq. ft.
itself. 62
Above 384 and not exceeding 720 15 cents per sq.ft.. 124 cents per sq.ft. 8 cents per sq. ft.

square inches.
Containing a wire netting within 174 cents per sq.ft.

8 cents per sq. ft.
itself.62
Above 720 square inches.... 177 cents per sq.ft. 224 cents per sq.ft. 12 cents per sq. ft.
Containing a wire netting within 20 cents per sq.ft..

12 cents per sq. ft. itself.62 44 See footnote 44 on p. 25. 46 Glass or manufactures of glass or paste, n. s. pif. 49 Ornamented or decorated. 50"Common window glass' instead of "sheet glass” in acts of 1909 and 1913.

51 Provided, That unpolished cylinder, crown, and sheet glass, imported in boxes, shall contain 50 square feet, as nearly as sizes will permit, and the duty shall be computed thereon according to the actual weight of glass. 63 Valued at not more than 1} cents per pound. 53 Valued at more than 1} cents per pound. 64 Valued at not more than 14 cents per pound. 55 Valued at more than 14 cents per pound. 56 Valued at not more than 2 cents per pound. 57 Valued at more than 2 cents per pound. 58 “Sheet glass'' not in acts of 1909 and 1913. 59 All fluted, rolled, ribbed, or rough plate glass, weighing over 100 pounds per 100 square feet, shall pay an additional duty

on the excess at the same rates herein imposed: Provided, That all of the above plate glass, when

ground, smoothed , or otherwise obscured, shall be subject to the same rate of duty as cast polished plate glass unsilvered. 00 Above 384 and not exceeding 720 square inches. 61 Above 720 square inches. 62 "Containing a wire netting within itself” not in act of 1909.

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223 Plate glass, cast polished, silvered,

cylinder and crown glass, sil

vered, and looking-glass plates: 63
Exceeding 144 and not exceeding 134 cents per sq ft.64 11 cents per sq.ft.. 7 cents per sq. ft.

384 square inches.
Above 384 and not exceeding 720 16 cents per sq. ft.6 13 cents per sq.ft.. 9 cents per sq. ft.

square inches.

Above 720 square inches..... 21 cents per sq. ft.64 25 cents per sq.ft.. 13 cents per sq. ft. 224 Cast polished plate glass, silvered or 5 per cent in addi- 5 per cent in addi- 4 per cent in addi

unsilvered, and cylinder, crown, tion to the tion to the tion to the and sheet glass, by whatever proc- rates otherwise rates otherwise rates otherwise ess made, silvered or unsilvered, chargeable chargeable charge a ble polished or unpolished, when bent, thereon.65

thereon.65

thereon.65
ground, obscured, frosted, sanded,
enameled, beveled, etched, em-
bossed, engraved, flashed, stained,
colored, painted, ornamented, or

decorated.
225 Spectacles, eyeglasses, and goggles,

and frames for the same, or parts

thereof, finished or unfinished: Valued at not over 40 cents per

20 cents per dozen 35 per cent. dozen.

and 15 per cent. Valued at over 40 cents and not

45 cents per dozen 35 per cent. over $1.50 per dozen.

and 20 per cent. Valued at not over 65 cents per 20 cents per dozen

35 per cent. dozen.

and 15 per cent. Valued at over 65 cents and not 60 cents per dozen

35 per cent. over $2.50 per dozen.

and 20 per cent. Valued at over $1.50 per dozen..

50 per cent. 35 per cent. Valued at over $2.50 per dozen.. 40 per cent.

35 per cent. 226 Lenses of glass or pebble, molded or

pressed, or ground and polished
to a spherical, cylindrical, or
prismatic form, and ground and
polished plano or coquill

glasses,
wholly or partly manufactured:
With edges unground.

40 per cent... 45 per cent.. 25 per cent.
With edges ground or beveled..... 10 cents per dozen 10 cents per dozen 25 per cent.

pairs and 35 per pairs and 45 per
cent.

cent.
Strips of glass not more than 3 inches 35 per cent.. 45 per cent. 25 per cent.

wide, ground or polished on one or
both sides to a cylindrical or pris-
matic form, including those used
in the construction of gauges, and

glass slides for magic lanterns.
227 Optical glass or glass used in the 45 per cent....

Free 66

Free.68
manufacture of lenses or prisms
for spectacles, or for optical instru-
ments or equipment, or for optical
parts, scientific or commercial, in

any and all forms.
228 Azimuth mirrors, sextants, and 45 per cent..... 45 per cent (n.e.).. 25 per cent.

octants.
Opera and field glasses, and other 45 per cent.. 45 per cent..... 35 per cent.

optical instruments, and frames
and mountings for the same,

n.s.p.f.
Photographic and projection lenses, 45 per cent. 45 per cent. 25 per cent.

telescopes, microscopes, and frames

and mountings for the same. 229 Incandescent electric-light bulbs 20 per cent.. 45 per cent (n. e.). 30 per cent.

and lamps, with or without fila

ments.
230 Stained or painted glass windows, 50 per cent. 45 per cent..

30 per cent.
and parts thereof; and all mirrors,
not specially provided for,

not ex-
ceeding in size 144 square inches,
with or without frames or cases;
and all glass or manufactures of
glass or paste, or of which glass or
pasteis the component material of

chief value, n. s.p.f. 63 Provided, That nolooking-glass plates or glass, silvered, when framed, shall pay a less rate of duty than that imposed upon similar glass of like

description not framed,

but shall payin addition thereto upon such frames the rate of duty applicable thereto when imported separate. [This proviso limited to looking-glass plates and plate glass in act of 1909.] 64 None shall pay less than 35 per cent. 66 See pars. 219-223.

66 Provided, however, That such disks exceeding 8 inches in diameter may be polished sufficiently to enable the character of the glass to be determined.

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231 Opal, enamel or cylinder glass tiles, 40 per cent. 60 per cent..... 30 per cent.

tiling, and rods.
Smalts, frostings, and all ceramic

and glass colors, fluxes, glazes,
and enamels, all the foregoing:
Ground or pulverized..
30 per cent. 30 per cent.

15 per cent.
In any other form....
40 per cent, (25 per cent 67

20 per cent.68
(Free 69

Free, 69 232 | Marble, breccia, and onyx:

In block, rough or squared only 70. 65 cents per cu.ft.. 65 cents per cu. ft.. 50 cents per cu. ft.
Sawed or dressed, over 2 inches in $1 per cu. ft. $1 per cu. ft.. 75 cents per cu. ft.

thickness.70
Slabs and paving tiles, containing

not less than 4 superficial
inches 71
Not more than 1 inch thick..

8 cents per sup.ft.72 8 cents per sup.ft.72 6 cents per sup. ft.73 More than 1 inch and not more 10 cents per sup.

10 cents per sup. 8 cents per sup. ft.73 than 15 inches thick.

ft.72

ft.73 More than 1} and not more than 13 cents per sup.

12 cents per sup.

10 cents per sup. 2 inches thick.

ft.72
ft.73

ft.73
Mosaic cubes, not exceeding 2

cubic inches in size 71 -
Loose..
1 cent per lb. and 1 cent per lb. and 20

per cent.
20 per cent.

20 per cent.
Attached to paper or other 5 cents per sup. ft. 5 cents per sup. ft. 35 per cent.
material.

and 35 per cent. and 35 per cent.
233 Articles composed wholly or in chief 50 per cent. 50 per cent.... 45 per cent.

value of agate, rock crystal, or
other semiprecious stone, except
such as are cut into shapes and
forms fitting them expressly for
use in the construction of jewelry,
n.s. p. f.
Marble, breccia, onyx, alabaster, and 50 per cent.... 50 per cent.... 45 per cent.
jet, wholly or partly manufactured
into monuments, benches, vases,
and other articles, and articles of
which these substances or any of
them is the component material of

chief value.
234 Burrstones, manufactured or bound 15 per cent..... 15 per cent...

Free.
up into millstones.
235 Freestone, granite, sandstone, lime-

stone, lava, and all other stone
suitable for use as monumental
or building stone, except mar-
_ble, 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. 10 cents per cu. ft. 3 cents per cu.ft.

hewn, or polished. 236

Grindstones, finished or unfinished.. $1.75 per ton. $1.75 per ton. $1.50 per ton. 237 Slates, slate chimney pieces, man- 15 per cent.... 20 per cent.... 10 per cent.

tles, slabs for tables, roofing slates,
and all other manufactures of

slate, n. s.p.f. 238 Watch crystals.

60 per cent..

40 per cent 74. 30 per cent.74

67 Fusible enamel.
68 Fusible and glass enamel, n. s.p. f.
69 Glass enamel, white, for watch and clock dials.
70 Marble and onyxin act of 1909
11 Marble and onyxin acts of 1909 and 1913.
72 If rubbed in whole or in part, 3 cents per superficial foot in addition.
73 If rubbed in whole or in part, 2 cents per superficial foot in addition.
74 Parts of watches.

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Free ....

1}15 per cent.

per cent.

per cent.

301
Iron in pigs.

75 cents per ton.. $2.50 per ton. Free.
Iron kentledge.
75 cents per ton.. $2.50 per ton.

Free.
Spiegeleisen i containing more than 75 cents per ton... $2.50 per ton. Free.

1 per cent of carbon.
Wrought and cast scrap iron, and 75 cents per ton... $1 per ton.

Free.
scrap steel,3 valued at not more

than 7 cents per pound."
302 Alloys used in the manufacture of 25 per cent... 20 per cent. 15 per cent.

steel n. s.p.f.
Cerium metal...
$2 per Ib...

Free.
Chrome or chromium metal.

30 per cent.

s25 per cent7.
120 per cent 8

15 per cent.
Chromium nickel, vanadium nickel, 25 per cont. 20 per cent 5. 15 per cent.

zirconium nickel.
Chromium vanadium, chromium 25 per cent.

20 per cent. 15 per cent.
silicon, zirconium silicon, calcium
sibicide.
Ductile tantalum metal or ductile
nonferrous alloys of tantalum

(25
40 per cent......

per cent 7
metal.

120 per cent 8
Ferrocerium and all other cerium $2 per lb. and 25 20 per cent 5. 10 per cent.

alloys.
Ferrochrome or ferrochromium:
Containing 3 per cent or more of

31 cents per
carbon.

lb....

25 per cent? 20 per cent 8

$15 per cent. Containing less than 3 per cent of

30

$25 per cent? carbon.

120 per cent 8

15 per cent.
Ferrochromium tungsten, chromium 60 cents per lb.10 20 per cent 5. 15 per cent.

tungsten, chromium cobalt tung- and 25 per cent.
sten, tungsten nickel, and all other
alloys of tungsten, n. s. p. I.
Ferromanganese il containing more if cents per 1b.18.. $2.50

per ton...

Free.
than 1 per cent of carbon.12
Ferromolybdenum, metallic molyb- 50 cents per lb.13 125 per cent?
denum, and molybdenum powder. and 15 per cent. 120 per cent 8

15 per cent.
Ferrophosphorus, ferrotitanium, fer-
rovanadíum, titanium.

[25 per cent?
25 per cent...
120 per cent 8

>15 per cent.
Ferrosilicon containing:
8 per cent or more and less than 60
per cent of silicon.
2 cents per lb.14.... {$5 per ton 15.

}15 per cent.

20 per cent 16
60 per centor more and less than 80 3 cents per lb. 14.. 20 per cent 16 15 per cent.

per cent of silicon.
80 per cent or more and less than 90 4 cents per lb.14.... 20 per cent 16 15 per cent.

per cent of silicon.
90 per cent or more of silicon.. 8 cents per 1b.14. 20 per cent 16 15 per cent.
Ferrotungsten, metallic tungsten, 60 cents per lb. 13 25 per cent?
and tungsten powder.
and 25 per cent. 120 per cent !.

}15 per cent.
Ferrouranium, ferrozirconium, zir- 25 per cent. 20 per cent 5. 15 per cent.

coniumferrosilicon, ferroboron,

zirconium.
Manganese metal, manganese sili- | 17 cents per lb.17 | 20 per cent 6... 10 per cent.

con, manganese boron, and ferro- and 15 per cent.
manganese and spiegeleisen con-
taining not more than 1 per cent of

carbon. 1 Provided, That spiegeleisen for the purposes of this act shall be an iron manganese alloy containing less than 30 per cent of manganese. (Act of 1922.)

2“Containing more than 1 per cent of carbon" added in act of 1922.

: 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 and 1922.) Nothing shall be deemed scrap iron or scrap steel except waste or refuse iron or steel fit only to be remanufactured by melting, and excluding pig iron in all forms. (Act of 1909.)

+ "Valued at not more than 7 cents per pound” added in act of 1922.
6 Metals unwrought, whether capable of being wrought or not, n. s. p. f.
6 Other alloys used in the manufacture of steel, n. s. p. f.
7 Valued at $200 per ton or less.
8 Valued at more than $200 per ton.
9 On the chromium contained therein.
10 On the tungsten contained therein.

11 Provided, That ferromanganese for the purposes of this act shall be such iron manganese alloys as
contain 30 per cent or more of manganese. (Act of 1922.)
12 “ Containing more than 1 per cent of carbon” added in act of 1922.
13 On the metallic content of the metal named.
14 On the silicon contained therein.
15 Containing not more than 15 per cent of silicon.
16 Containing more than 15 per cent of silicon.
17 On the manganese contained therein.

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