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SCHEDULE 9.-COTTON MANUFACTURES—Continued.

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912 Quilts or bedspreads, wholly or in

chief value of cotton:
Woven of two or more sets of warp
threads or two or more sets of
filling threads, in the piece or
40 per cent... 45 per cent 34.

125 per cent.

(30 per cent.35 otherwise. Other.... 25 per cent... 45 per cent 84.

S25 per cent. Sheets, pillowcases, blankets, towels,

130 per cent.85 polishing cloths, dust cloths, and mop cloths, composed wholly or in chief value of cotton, not Jacquard $25 per cent... 45 per cent 84.

S25 per cent. figured or terry-woven, nor made

130 per cent.35
of pile fabrics, and n. s.p.f.
Table and bureau covers, center- | 30 per cent... 45 per cent 84. 30 per cent.36

pieces, runners, scarfs, napkins,
and doilies, made of plain woven

cotton cloth, and n. s. p. f.
913 Belting, for machinery, composed 30 per cent.... 30 per cent.......
wholly or in chief value of cotton

15 per cent.
or other vegetable fiber, or cotton
or other vegetable fiber and india

rubber.
Boot, shoe, or corset lacings, made 15 cents per lb. 25 cents per lb. 25 per cent.

of cotton or other vegetable fiber. and 20 per cent. and 15 per cent.
Cords, tassels, and cords and tassels, 35 per cent.. 60 per cent.. 25 per cent.

composed wholly or in chief value
of cotton or of cotton and india
rubber, n. s.p.f.
Fabrics with fast edges not exceed 35 per cent.... 60 per cent.....
ing 12 inches in width, and articles

25 per cent.
made therefrom, composed wholly
or in chief value of cotton or of

cotton and india rubber, n. s.p.f.
Labels for garments or other articles, 50 per cent... 50 cents per lb.
composed of cotton or other vege-

25 per cent.

and 30 per cent. table fiber. Loom harness, healds, and collets, 25 cents per lb. 50 cents per lb. 25 per cent. made wholly or in chief value of and 25 per cent. and 25 per cent.

cotton or other vegetable fiber.
Spindle banding, and lamp, stove, or 10 cents per lb. 10 cents per lb. 25 per cent.
candle wicking, made of cotton or and 125 per cent. and 15 per cent.

other vegetable fiber.
Tubings, garters, suspenders, and 35 per cent.... 45 per cent... 25 per cent.
braces, composed wholly or in
chief value of cotton or of cotton

and india rubber, n. s. p. f.
914 Knit fabric, in the piece, composed

wholly orin chief value of cotton
or other vegetable fiber: 37
Made on a warp-knitting machine. 55 per cent.. 45 per cent 34
Made on other than a warp- 35 per cent.

30 per cent.34

45 per cent 84 30 per cent.34 knitting machine. 915 Gloves, composed wholly or in chief

value of cotton or other vege

table fiber: 38
Made of fabric knit on a warp-

knitting machine-
If singlefold of such fabric, when 50 per cent....

35 per cent.
unshrunk and not sueded,
and havingless than 40 rows
of loops perinch in width on

the face of the glove.
When shrunk or sueded or $2.50 per doz.

35 per cent.
having 40 or more rows
of loops per inch in width
on the face of the glove,
and not over 11 inches in
length.
For each additional inch in 10 cents per doz.
excess of 11 inches.

pairs. 34 Manufactures of cotton n.s. p. f. 36 Bedspreads and dust cloths dutiable at 30 per cent as manufactures of cotton n. s. p. f. 36 Table covers (T. D. 33387), 35 per cent. 37 New classification made by act of 1922. 38 " Or other vegetable fiber' added by act of 1922. 39 But none shall pay less than 40 nor more than 75 per cent.

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SCHEDULE 9.-COTTON MANUFACTURES-Continued.

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915 | Gloves, etc.-Continued.

Made of fabric knit on a warp

knitting machine--Continued.
If of two or more folds of fabric, $3 per doz. pairs 39

35 per cent.
any fold of which is made
on a warp-knitting ma-
chine, and not over 11 inches
in length.
For each additional inch in 10 cents per doz.
excess of 11 inches.

pairs.
Made of fabric knit on other than 50 per cent..

35 per cent.
a warp-knitting machine.
Made of woven fabric..
25 per cent..

35 per cent.
Men's and boys'-
Valued at not more than $6 per

50 cents per doz. 35 per cent.
dozen pairs.

pairs and 40 per

cent.
Valued at more than $6 per dozen

50 per cent...... 35 per cent.
pairs.
Other than men's and boys'....

50 per cent (n. e.).. 35 per cent. 916 Hose and half-hose, finished or un

finished, composed of cotton or
other vegetable fiber:
Selvedged, fashioned, seamless, or 50 per cent...

mock-seamed, made wholly
or in part on knitting ma-

chines, or knit by hand.
Valued at
Not more than 70 cents per

30 per cent.
dozen pairs.
Not more than $1 per dozen

70 cents per doz.
pairs.

pairs and 15 per

cent. More than 70 cents and not

40 per cent.
more than $1.20 per dozen

pairs.
More than $1 and not more

85 cents per doz.
than $1.50 per dozen pairs.

pairs and 15 per

cent. More than $1.20 per dozen pairs

50 per cent. More than $1.50 and not more

90 cents per doz. than $2 per dozen pairs.

pairs and 15 per

cent. More than $2 and not more

$1.20 per doz. pairs than $3 per dozen pairs.

and 15 per cent. More than $3 and not more

$2 per doz. pairs than $5 per dozen pairs.

and 15 per cent.
More than $5 per dozen pairs..

55 per cent.
Made or cut from knitted fabric, 30 per cent. 30 per cent. 20 per cent.

n. s. p. f.
917 Underwear and all other wearing 45 per cent.

30 per cent.
apparel of every description,
finished or unfinished, composed
of cotton or other vegetable
fiber, made wholly or in part on
knitting machines, or knit by

hand, and n. s. p. f.
Valued at-
Not more than $1.50 per dozen. .

60 cents per doz.

and 15 per cent. More than $1.50 and not more

$1.10 per doz. and than $3 per dozen.

15 per cent. More than $3 and not more than

$1.50 per doz. and $5 per dozen.

25 per cent. More than $5 and not more than

$1.75 per doz. and $7 per dozen.

35 per cent. More than $7 and not more than

$2.25 per doz. and $15 per dozen.

35 per cent. More than $15 per dozen...

50 per cent. 918 Handkerchiefs and mufflers, com

posed wholly or in chief value of
cotton, finished or unfinished:
Not hemmed...

As cloth (par. 903)40 As cloth 41. 25 per cent.
Hemmed..
As cloth, plus 10 As cloth 41

30 per cent.
per cent. 10
Hemstitched.

As cloth, plus 10 As cloth, plus 10 30 per cent.

per cent. 40 89 But none shall pay less than 40 nor more than 75 per cent.

40 None of the foregoing, when containing yarns the average number of which does not exceed No. 40, shall pay less than 30 per cent; nor when exceeding No. 40, less than 40 per cent.

41 None shall pay less than 45 per cent. 42 None shall pay less than 55 per cent.

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per cent.

919 Clothing, and articles of wearing 35 per cent. 50 per cent. 30 per cent.

apparel of every, description,
manufactured wholly or in part,
composed wholly or in chief value

of cotton, and n.s. p. f.
Shirt collars and cuffs, of cotton, 30 cents per doz. 45 cents per doz. 30 per cent.
n. s. p. f.

and 10 per cent. and 15 per cent. 920 Articles and fabrics made on the

Nottingham lace-curtain ma-
chine, finished or unfinished,
composed of cotton or other

vegetable fiber:
Lace window curtains, pillow

shams, and bed sets
When counting not more than 13 cents per sq.

1 cent per sq. yd.
5 points or spaces between yd. and 25 per and 20 per cent.44
the warp threads to the inch. cent, 18
For each additional point or 1 cent per sq. yd.. 1 cent per sq. yd..

space in excess of 5.
When counting not more than

35
6 points or spaces between the

warp threads to the inch.' More than 6 and not more than

40 per cent. 8 points or spaces to the inch. 9 or more points or spaces to

45 per cent.
theinch.
Nets and nettings-
When counting not more than 13 cents per sq. 1 cent per sq. yd.

5 points or spaces between yd. and 25 per and 20 per cent.44
the warp threads to the inch. cent. 43

%60 per cent.45 For each additional point or cent per sq. yd.. 1 cent per sq. yd..

space in excess of 5.
All other, by, whatever name

known, plain or Jacquard
figured, wholly or partly
manufactured, for any use

whatsoever 37 —
When counting not more than 14 cents per sq.

5 points or spaces between yd. and 25 per
the warp threads to the inch. cent. 43
For each additional point or cent per sq. yd..

space in excess of 5. 921 All articles made from cotton cloth, 40 per cent.. 45 per cent. 30 per cent.

whether finished or unfinished,
and all manufactures of cotton or
of which cotton is the component
material of chief value, n. s. p. f.

37 New classification made by act of 1922.
43 None shall pay less than 60 per cent.
44 None shall pay less than 50 per cent.
45 Nets, nettings, * * of whatever yarns, threads, or filaments composed.

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SCHEDULE 10.-FLAX, HEMP, AND JUTE, AND MANUFAC

TURES OF.

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1001 Crin vegetal or palm-leaf fiber, 1 cent per lb..... Free!.

Free.1
twisted or not twisted.
Flax:
Hackled, including "dressed line”. 2 cents per lb. 3 cents per lb...

Free.
Not hackled..

1 cent per lb. 1 cent per lb.
Noils.

cent per lb 10 per cent (n. e.). Free.
Straw

$2 per ton
$5 per ton..

Free.
Tow

cent per lb $20 per ton
Hemp.
cent per lb. $22.50 per ton

Free.
Hackled
2 cents per lb. $45 per ton.

Free.
Tow..

1 cent per lb. $22.50 per ton. Free.
1002 Sliver and roving:
Flax.
20 per cent. 45 per cent 2

$15 per cent.3

(35 per cent. Hemp

20 per cent. 45 per cent 2 35 per cent. Ramie.

20 per cent. 35 per cent. 15 per cent. Other vegetable fiber, n. s. p.f... 20 per cent. 45 per cent 2 35 per cent. 1003 Jute yarns or roving, 4 single:

Coarser in size than 20-pound... 21 cents per lb.
20-pound up to but not including 4 cents per lb..

10-pound.
10-pound up to but not including 51 cents per lb....

5-pound.
5-pound and finer...

7 cents per lb., but

not more than

40 per cent. Not finer than 5 lea or number....

1 cent per lb. and 15 per cent.

10 per cent. Finer than 5 lea or number.

35 per cent 20 per cent. N. s.p.f....

35 per cent. 20 per cent. Jute sliver...

1cents per lb.. 45 per cent 5. 35 per cent. Twist, twine, and cordage, com

posed of two or more jute yarns
or rovings twisted together, the
size of the single yarn or roving

of which is: 6
Coarser than 20-pound.... 33 cents per lb.
20-pound up to but not including 5 cents per lb.

10-pound.
10-pound up to but not including 69 cents per lb.

45 per cent 5. 35 per cent.
5-pound.
5-pound and finer.

11 cents per lb..... 1004 Single yarns, made of flax, hemp, or

ramie, or a mixture of any of

them:
In the gray-
Not finer than 8 lea or number..

6 cents per lb... 12 per cent.
Not finer than 12 lea..

10 cents per lb.?
Finer than 8 and not finer than

40 per cent.. 20 per cent.
80 lea or number.
Finer than 12 and not finer than 10 cents per lb.
60 lea.

and cent perlb.
additional for
each lea or part

in excess of 12.7
Finer than 60 lea.....

35 cents per lb.? Finer than 80 lea or number.

15 per cent. 10 per cent. 1 Grasses and fibers, n. s. p. f. ? Manufactures of flax, hemp, or other vegetable fiber n. s. p. f. 3 Flax roving dutiable by similitude to ramie sliver or roving. (T. D 36845.) 4“Or roving” added by act of 1922. 5 Manufactures of vegetable fiber n. s. p. f.

New classification made by act of 1922. ? None shall pay less than 25 nor more than 35 per cent.

SCHEDULE 10.-FLAX, HEMP, AND JUTE, AND MANUFACTURES OF-Continued.

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1004 Single yarns, etc.-Continued.

Boiled-
Not finer than 12 lea.

12 cents per lb.?.. 45 per cent 8 (9).
Finer than 12 and not finer than 12 cents per lb. 45 per cent 8. ().
60 lea.

and 1 cent perlb.
additional for
each lea or part

in excess of 12,7
Finer than 60 lea..

37 cents per lb.?... 45 per cent 8. (9). Finer than 80 lea or number..

15 per cent.
Bleached, dyed, or otherwise

treated
Not finer than 12 lea...

15 cents per lb.? 45 per cent 8
Finer than 12 and not finer than 15 cents per lb. 45 per cent 8.
60 lea.

and cent perlb.
additional for
each lea or part

in excess of 12.7
Finer than 60 lea..

40 cents per lb.? 45 per cent 8 Finer than 80 lea or number.

15 per cent..
Threads, twines, and cords, com-

posed of two or more yarns of
flax, hemp, or ramie, or a mix-
ture of any of them, twisted to-
gether, the size of the single yarn
of which is: 10
Not finer than 5 lea or number..

10 cents per lb..... 20 per cent.
Finer than 5 lea or number...

12 cents per lb.and 25 per cent.

cent per lb. ad-
ditional for each

lea in excess of 5.
Not finer than 11 lea...

184 cents per lb.11..
Finer than 11 and not finer than 60 187 cents per lb.
lea.

and cent per lb.
additional for
each lea in ex-

cess of 11.11
Finer than 60 lea..

56 cents per lb.ll... When boiled...

2 cents per lb. ad

ditional.11
When bleached, dyed, or other- 5 cents per lb. ad-
wise treated

ditional.11 1005 Cordage, including cables, tarred or

untarred, wholly or in chief

value of: Hemp...

24 cents per lb.... 2 cents per lb... 1 cent per lb. Manila, sisal, or other hard fibers.. cent per lb. cent per lb. cent per lb. Sunn or other bast fibers,12 but not 2 cents per lb... cent per lb. 1 cent per lb.

including cordage made ofjute.
1006 Gill nettings, nets, webs, and seines, 10 per cent 15. 20 per cent 16. 25 per cent.

and other nets for fishing, 13 com
posed wholly or in chief value of
Hax, hemp, or ramie,14 and

n.s. p. f. 1007 Hose, suitable for conducting liquids 17 cents per lb. 15 cents per lb..... 7 cents per lb.

or gases, composed wholly or in and 10 per cent.

chief value of vegetable fiber.17 ? None shall pay less than 25 nor more than 35 per cent. 8 Manufactures of flax, hemp, or ramie, n. s.p.f. 'Same as on yarns in the gray:

10 Threads, twines, or cords,'* * *. composed of flax, hemp, or ramie, or of which these substances or either of them is the component material of chief value, made from yarn * *. '(Acts of 1909 and 1913.)

11 None shall pay less than 30 per cent.
12“ or other bast fibers'' added by act of 1922.
13“ And other nets for fishing” added by act of 1922.
14 “Hemp, or ramie," not in act of 1909.

15 In addition to the highest rate imposed upon any of the thread, twine, or cord of which the mesh is made.

16 In addition to the duty per pound imposed upon the thread, twine, or cord of which they are made. 17 Hydraulic or flume hose, made in whole or in part of cotton, flax, hemp, ramie, or jute. (Acts of 1909 and 1913.)

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