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

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24 Articles consisting of vegetable or

mineral objects 36 immersed or
placed in, or saturated with,
alcohol, except perfumery and
spirit varnishes:
Containing 20 per cent or less of 20 cents per lb. 60 cents per lb. 10 cents per lb.
alcohol.

and 25 per cent. and 25 per cent. and 20 per cent. Containing more than 20 per cent 40 cents per lb. 60 cents per lb. 20 cents per lb.

and not more than 50 per cent of and 25 per cent. and 25 per cent. and 20 per cent.

alcohol.
Containing more than 50 per cent 80 cents per lb. 60 cents per lb. 40 cents per lb.
of alcohol.

and 25 per cent. and 25 per cent. and 20 per cent. Chemical elements,37 and chemical

and medicinal compounds,
preparations, mixtures,

and
salts:
Containing 20 per cent or less of 20 cents per lb. 55 cents per lb.38 10 cents per lb.
alcohol.
and 25 per cent.

and 20 per cent. Containing more than 20 per cent 40 cents per lb. 55 cents per lb.88... 20 cents per lb and not more than 50 per cent and 25 per cent.

and 20 per cent. of alcohol. Containing more than 50 per cent 80 cents per lb. 55 cents per lb.33... 40 cents per lb. of alcohol. and 25 per cent.

and 20 per cent. Distilled or essential oils, expressed

or extracted oils, animal oils and
greases, ethers and esters, flav-
oring and other extracts, and nat-
ural or synthetic fruit flavors,
fruit esters, oils and essences, ali
the foregoing and their combina-

tions:
Containing 20 per cent or less of 20 cents per lb. 25 per cent (n.e ).. 10 cents per lb.
alcohol.
and 25 per cent.

and 20 per cent. Containing more than 20 per cent 40 cents per lb. 25 per cent (n.e.).. 20 cents per lb. and not more than 50 per cent and 25.per cent.

and 20 per cent. of alcohol. Containing more than 50 per cent 80 cents per lb. 25 per cent (B.e.).. 40 cents per lb of alcohol. and 25 per cent.

and 20 per cent. 25 Chicle: Crude.

10 cents per lb..... 10 cents per lb..... 15 cents per lb. Refined or advanced in value by 15 cents per lb..... 10 cents per lb. 20 cents per lb.

drying, straining, or any process
or treatment beyond that essen-

tial to proper packing. 26 Chloral hydrate..

35 per cent 55 cents per lb. 25 per cent.

(n. e.).38 Glycerophosphoric acid.

35 per cent
25 per cent.

25 per cent.
Šalts and compounds of.

35 per cent.

25 per cent.21 25 per cent. Terpin hydrate...

35 per cent.

25 per cent (n.e.).. 25 per cent. Thymol.

35 per cent. 25 per cent (n. e.).. 25 per cent. Urea.

35 per cent.

25 per cent (n.e.).. 25 per cent. 27 Coal-tar products, not colors, dyes,

or stains, color acids, color bases,
color lakes, leuco-compounds,
indoxyl compounds, ink pow-
ders, photographic chemicals,
medicinals, synthetic aromatic
or odoriferous chemicals, syn-
thetic resinlike products, syn-
thetic tanning materials, or ex-
plosives, and not specially pro
vided for in paragraph 28 or 1549:

(40 per cent 39 and
Acetanilide not suitable for medic- 7 cents per lb... 20 per cent (n.e.).. 25 per cent.
inal use.

55 per cent 40 and

7 cents per lb... u Chemical compounds, mixtures, and salts, n. s. p. f. W"Animal” included in 1909 act. 1" Chemical elements” added in act of 1922. 3 But none shall pay less than 25 per cent. ** * * based upon the American selling price (as defined in subdivision (1) of section 402, Title IV), of any similar competitive article manufactured or produced in the United States. * * * I'there is no similar competitive article

manufactured or produced in the United States, then the ad valorem rate shall be based upon the United States

value as defined in subdivision (a) of section 402, Title IV. For the purposes of this paragraph any coal-tar product provided for in this act shall be considered similar to or competitive with any imported coal-tar product which accomplishes results substantially equal to those accomplished by the domestic product when used in substantially the same manner: Provided, That no duty imposed under this paragraph shall be increased under the provisions of section 315.

* Provided, That for a period of two years beginning on the day following the passage of this act the ad valorem rate of duty shall be 55 per cent instead of 40 per cent.

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

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27 Coal-tar products, etc.-Continu ed.

Alpha-naphthol, beta-naph hol not 140 per cent 39 and
suitable for medicinal use, resor- 7 cents per lb.

Free
cinol not suitable for medicinal 55 per cent 40 and

5 per cent. use.

7 cents per lb.
Aminobenzoic acid, aminonaph-

thol, aminophenétole, amino-
phenol, aminoanthraquinone,
anthraquinone, arsanilic acid,
benzal chloride, ben zanthrone,
benzoquinone, benzoyl chlo-
ride, benzylethylaniline, bro-
mobenzene, chlorobenzene,
chlorophthalic acid, cinnamic
acid, dehydrothiotoluidine, di-
aminostilbene, dichlorophthalic
acid, dimethylaminophenol, di-
methylphenylbenzylammonium
hydroxide, dimethylphenylene-
diamine, dinitronaphthalene,
dinitrophenol, dihydroxynaph-
thalene, hydroxyphenylarsinic
acid, methylanthraquinone,
naphthylenediamine, nitro- 40 per cent 39 and
anthraquinone, nitrobenzalde- 7 cents per lb.
hyde, nitronaphthalene, nitro-

20 per cent 41

15 per cent. 55 per cent 40 and phenol, nitrophenylenediamine, 7 cents per lb. nitrosodimethylaniline, nitrotoluylenediamine, phenylenediamine, phénylhydrazine, phenylnaphthylamine, phenylglycine, phenylglycine-orthocarboxylic acid, phthalimide, quinaldine, quinoline, salts of salicylic acid not suitable for medicinal use, sulfanilic acid, thiocarbanilidé, thiosalicylic acid, tetrachlorophthalic acid, tetramethyidiaminobenzophe none, tetramethyldiaminodiphenylmethane, toluene sulfochloride, toluene sulfonamide, tribromophenol, tolylenediamine, carbazole having

purity of 65 per centum or more.
Aminosalicylic acid, aniline oil,

aniline salt, benzaldehyde not
suitable for medicinal use, ben-
zidine, benzidinesulfate, benzyl
chloride, cumidine, dianisidine, 40 per cent 89 and
dimethylaniline.dinitrobenzene, 7 cents per lb.
dinitrochlorobenzene, dinitro (55 per cent 40 and

Free.

10 per cent. toluene, diphenylamine, meta- 7 cents per lb. nilicacid, naphthylamine, nitroaniline, nitrobenzene, nitrotoluene, tolidine, toluidine, xylidine.

(40 per cent 39 and Anthracene having a purity of 30

7 cents per lb. per cent or more, phthalic anhy- 55 per cent 40 and

>20 per cent. 41

Free. dride.

7 cents per lb.
40

per cent 39 and
Benzoic acid not suitable for me- 7 cents per lb. Free..
dicinal use.

55 per cent 40 and

7 cents per lb.
Phenol, phthalic acid, metacresol

having a purity of 90 per cent
or more, `naphthalene which
after removal of all water present

40 per cent 39 and
has a solidifying point of 79°C. or

7 cents per lb.
Free.

Free.
above, orthocresol having a pur-

(55 per cent 40 and ity of 90 per cent or more, para

7 cents per lb. cresol having a purity of 90 per

cent or more. 89 See footnote 39 on p.5. 40 See footnote 40 on p. 5. 61 All other products or preparations of coal tar, not colors or dyes and not medicinal, n. s. p.f. 12 All other products or preparations of coal tar, not colors or dyes, n. s. p. f.

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15 per cent. 42

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

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27 Coal-tar products, etc.-Continued.

K10 per cent 39 and Salicylic acid not suitable for me 7 cents per lb. dicinal use.

55 per cent 40 and

7 cents per lb.
All the foregoing products in this
paragraph whether obtained, de
rived, or manufactured from coal

tar or other source.
Distillates of coal tar, blast-fur-
nace tar, oil-gas tar, and water-
gas tar, which on being subjected
to distillation yield in the portion
distilling below 190°C. & quan-
tity of tar acids equal to or more

40 per cent 39 and
thân 5 per cent of the original $55 per cent 10 and

7 cents per lb. distillate or which on being

sub-
jected to distillation yield in the

7 cents per lb.
portion distilling below 215° C.
a quantity of tar acids equal to
or more than 75 per cent of the
original distillate.
Mixtures, including solutions, con-
sisting in whole or in part of any

40 per cent 39 and

7 cents per lb.
of the products provided for in
this paragraph, except sheep dip

(55 per cent 40 and
and medicinalsoaps.

7 cents per lb.
Similar products by, whatever

name known, which are ob-
tained, derived, or manufac- 40 per cent 39 and
tured in whole

or in part from 7 cents per lb.
any of the products provided for 55 per cent 40 and
in this paragraph, or from any 7 cents per lb.
of the products provided for
in paragraph 1549.

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20 Seefootnote 39 on p.5.
40 See footnote 40 on p. 5.
4 All other products or preparations of coal tar, not colors or dyes and not medicinal, n. s. p. f.

All other products or preparations of coal tar, not colors or dyes, n. s. p. f.
43 Coal-tar distillates, R. S. p. f.

ACT OF 1916.

TITLE V.-DYESTUFFS.

SEC. 500. That on and after the day following the passage of this Act, except as otherwise specially provided for in this title, there shall be levied, collected, and paid upon the articles named in this section when imported from any foreign country into the United States or into any of its possessions, except the Philippine Islands and the islands of Guam and Tutuila, the rates of duties which are prescribed in this title, namely: Group I. * * * quinolin * * * (Free). Group II. Amidonaphthol, amidophenol, amidosalicylic acid, anilin oil, anilin salts, anthracene having a purity of twenty-five per centum or more, anthraquinone, benzoic acid, benzaldehyde,

benzylchloride, benzidin, binitrobenzol, binitrochlorobenzol, binitronaphthalene, binitrotoluol,

carbazol having a purity of twenty-five per centum or more, chlorophthalic acid, cumidin, dimethylanilin, dianisidin, dioxynaphthalene, diphenylamin, metacresol

' having a purity of ninety per centum or more, methylanthraquinone, metanilic acid, naphthalene having a solidifying point of seventy-nine degrees centigrade or above, naphthylamin, naphthol, naphthylenediamin, nitrobenzol,

nitrotoluol, nitronaphthalene,

nitranilin, nitro phenylenediamin, nitrotoluylenediamin, orthocresol having a purity of ninety per centum or more, paracresol having a purity of ninety per centum or more, phenol, phthalic acid, phthalic anhydride, phenylenediamin, phenylnaphthylamin, resorcin, salicylic acid,' sulphanilic acid, toluidin, tolidin, toluylemediamin, Xylidin, or any sulphoacid or sulphoacid salt of any of the foregoing, all similar products obtained, derived, or manufactured in whole or in part from the products provided for in Group I, and all distillates which on being subjected to distillation yield in the portion distilling below two hundred degrees centigrade 8 quantity of tar acids equal to or more than five per centum of the original distillate, all the foregoing not colors, dyes, or stains, photographic chemicals, medicinals,

flavors, or explosives, and not otherwise provided for in this title, and provided

for in the paragraphs of the Act of October third, nineteen hundred and thirteen, which are hereinafter specifically repealed by section five hundred and two,

fifteen per centum ad valorem. SEC: 501. That on and after the day following the passage of this Act, in addition to the

duties provided a special duty of 24 cents per pound, * * * in section five hundred, there shall be levied, collected, and paid upon all articles contained in Group II

During the period of five years beginning five years after the passage of this Act such special duties shall be annually reduced by twenty per centum of the rate imposed by this section, so that at the end of such period such special duties shat no longer be assessed, levied, or collected; but it, at the expiration of five years from

the date of the passage of this Act, the President finds that there is not being manufactured

SCHEDULE 1.-CHEMICALS, OILS, AND PAINTS—Continued. or produced within the United States as much as sixty per centum in value of the domestic consumption of the articles mentioned in Group II * * * of section five hundred, he shall by proclamation so declare, whereupon the special duties imposed by this section on such articles shall no longer be assessed, levied, or collected.

SEC. 502. That paragraphs * * * twenty-one, twenty-two, and twenty-three and the words salicylic acid” in paragraph one of Schedule A of section one of an Act entitled "An act to reduce tariff duties and to provide revenue for the Government, and for other purposes," approved October third, nineteen hundred and thirteen, and paragraphs * * * four hundred and fifty-two, * * * and the words "carbolic” and “phthalic" in paragraph three hundred and eighty-seven of the "free list” of section one of said Act, and so much of said Act or any existing law or parts of law as may be inconsistent with this title, are hereby repealed.

ACT OF 1921.

TITLE V.-DYES AND CHEMICALS. SEC. 501. (a) That on and after the day following the enactment of this Act, for the period of three months, no sodium nitrate, no dyes or dyestuffs, including crudes and intermediates, no product or prodducts derived directly or indirectly from coal tar (including crudes, intermediates, finished or partly finished products, and mixtures and compounds of such coal-tar products), and no synthetic organic drugs or synthetic organic chemicals, a shall be admitted to entry or delivered from customs custody in the United States or in any of its possessions unless the

Secretary determines that such

article or a satisfactory

substitute therefor is not obtainable in the United States or in any ofits possessions in sufficient quantities and on reasonable terms as to quality, price and delivery, and that such article in the quantity to be admitted is required for consumption by an actual consumer in the United States or in any of its possessions within six months after receipt of the merchandise.

(b) Upon the day following the enactment of this Act the War Trade Board Section of the Department of State shall cease to exist; all clerks and employees of such War Trade Board Section shall be transferred to and become cierks and employees of the Treasury Department and all books, documents, and other records relating to such dye and chemical import control of such War Trade Board Section shall become books, documents and records of the Treasury Department. All individual licenses issued by such War Trade Board Section prior to the enactment of this Act shall remain in effect during the period of their validity, and the importations under such licenses shall be permitted. All unexpended funds and appropriations for the use and maintenance of such War Trade Board Section shall become funds and appropriations available to be expended by the Secretary in the exercise of the power and authority conferred upon him by this section. SEC. 502. Íhat this title may be cited as the “Dye and Chemical Control Act, 1921.” Approved, May 27, 1921.

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Coal-tar products:

(45 per cent 39 and
All colors, dyes, or stains, whether 7 cents per lb.
soluble or not in water.
60 per cent 46 and 130 per cent 45

30 per cent.45
7 cents per lb.
Color acids, color bases, color lakes, 45 per cent 39 and

leuco-compounds, whether color- 7 cents per lb.
less or not, indoxyl and indoxyl 60 per cent 46 and

20 per cent 41 15 per cent. 43
compounds.44

7 cents per lb. a Included synthetic organic drugs and chemicals not of coal-tar origin, and natural drugs and chemicals obtained also by synthesis. (T. D. 38799, July 21, 1921.)

39 See footnote 39 on p.5.
41 All other products or preparations of coal tar, not colors or dyes and not medicinal, n. s.p.f.
12 All other products or preparations of coal tar, not colors or dyes, n. s.p.f.

44 Provided, That the specific duty of 7 cents per pound herein provided for on colors, dyes, or stains, whether soluble or not in water, color acids, color bases, color lakes, leuco-compounds, indoxyl, and indoxyl compounds, shall be based on standards of strength which shall be established by the Secretary of the Treasury, and that upon all importations of such articles which exceed such standards of strength the specific duty of 7 cents per pound shall be computed on the weight which the article would have if it were diluted to the standard strength, but in no case shall any such articles of whatever strength pay a specific duty of less than 7 cents per pound: Provided further, That beginning six months after the date of passage of this act it shall be unlawful to import or bring into the United States any such color, dye, stain, color acid, color base, color lake, leuco-compound, indoxyl, or indoxyl compound unless the immediate container and the invoice shall bear a plain, conspicuous, and truly descriptive statement of the identity and percentage, exclusive of diluents, of such color, dye, stain, color acid, color base, color lake, leucocompound, indoxyl, or indoxyl compound contained therein: Provided

further, That on and after the passage of this act it shall be unlawful toimport or bring into the United States any such color, dye, stain, color acid, color base, color lake, leuco-compound, indoxyl, or indoxyl compound, if the immediate container or the invoice bears any statement, design, or device regarding the article or the ingredients or substances contained therein which is false, fraudulent, or misleading in any particular: Provided further, That in the enforcement of the foregoing provisos in this paragraph the Secretary of the Treasury

shall adopt a standard of strength for each dye or other article which shall conform as nearly as practicable to the commercial strength in ordinary use in the United States prior to July 1, 1914; that if a dye or other article has been introduced into commercial use since said date then the standard of strength for such dye or other article shall conform as nearly as practicable to the commercial strength in ordinary use; that if & dye or other article was or is ordinarily used in more than one commercial strength,

then the lowest commercial strength shall be adopted as the standard of strength for such dye or other article: Provided further, That any article or product which is within the terms of paragraph 1, 5, 38, 40, 61, 68, 84, or 1585, as well as within the terms of paragraph 27, 28, or 1549, shall

be assessed for duty or exempted from duty as the case may be under paragraph 27, 28, or 1549. (Act of 1922.) 45 Coal-tar dyes or colors, n. s. p. f.

46 Provided, That for a period of two years beginning on the day following the passage of this act the ad valorem rate of duty shall be 60 per cent instead of 45 per cent.

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

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28 Coal-tar products-Continued.

Acetanilide suitable for medicinal (45 per cent 39 and

use, acetphenetidine, acetylsali- 7 cents per lb.
cylic acid, antipyrine, phe- 160 per cent 46 and

>25 per cent 47.

25 per cent. nolphthalein, salol.

7 cents per lb.
Artificial musk, benzyl acetate,

benzyl benzoate, coumarin, di-
phenyloxide, methyl anthranil-
aie, methylsalicylate,phenylac-
etaldehyde, phenylethyl alcohol, 45 per cent w and 7
and other synthetic odoriferous
or aromatic chemicals, including %60 per cent 48 and 7

cents per lb.

20 per cent 41..... 20 per cent. 48
flavors, all of these products not
marketable as perfumery,.cos-

7 cents per lb.
metics, or toilet preparations,
and not mixed and not com-
pounded, and not containing al-

cohol.
Benzaldehyde suitable for medici- 45 per cent 39 and
nal use, benzoic acid suitable for 7 cents per lb.

Free..
medicinal use, beta-naphthol 60 per cent 46 and

15 per cent. suitable for medicinal use.

7 cents per lb.

(45 per cent 39 and Guaiacol and its derivatives....

7 cents per lb. 60 per cent 46 and

25 per cent 12. 15 7 cents per lb.

(45 per cent 39 and Ink powders....

7 cents per lb. 60

25 per cent........ 15 per cent. per cent 46 and

7 cents per lb. (45

per cent 39 and
Photographic chemicals...

7 cents per lb.
60 per cent 16 and

$20 per cent 41 15 per cent. 42 7 cents per lb.

(45 per cent 39 and 7 Picric acid.

cents per lb.

Free. 60 per cent 46 and 7

15 per cent.42 cents per lb.

(45 per cent 39 and Resorcinol suitable for medicinal 7 cents per lb. 60 per cent 46 and

5 per cent. 7 cents per lb.

(45 per cent 39 and 7 Saccharin.

cents per lb.

$65 cents per lb..... 65 cents per lb. 60 per cent 46 and 7

cents per ìb.

(45 per cent 39 and Salicylic acid suitable for medici- 7 cents per lb. nal use.

5 cents per lb...... 22 cents per lb. 60 per cent 46 and

7 cents per lb. Salts of salicylic acid suitable for

(45 per cent 39 and medicinal use and other medici

7 cents per lb. 60 per cent 46 and

25 per cent.. nals.

15 per cent. 7 cents per lb.

(45 per cent 39 and Sodium benzoate.

7 cents per lb.

$25 per cent (n.e.).. 5 cents per lb. 60 per cent 46 and

7 cents per lb.
Synthetic phenolic resin and all
resinlike products prepared
from phenol, cresol, phthalic an-
hydride, coumarone, indene, or

60 per cent 80 and 7
from any other articléor material

cents per lb.
160 per cent 46 and 7

20 per cent 11.
provided for in paragraph 27 or

15 per cent.42 1549, all of these products whether

cents per lh. in a solid, semisolid, or liquid

condition. 1 Chemical compounds, n. s. p. f. * See footnote 39 on p. 5. * All other products or preparations of coal tar, not colors or dyes and not medicinal, 1. s. p. f. 12 All other products or preparations of coal tar, not colors or dyes, n. s. p. f. 46 See footnote 46 on p. 8. u Medicinal preparations, n. s. p. f. * All natural or synthetic odoriferous or aromatic substances, preparations, and mixtures used in the manufacture of, but not marketable as, perfumes or cosmetics, containing alcohol and n. s. p. f. 19 Guaiacol carbonate.

Free

use.

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