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

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1008 Fabrics, composed wholly of jute,

n. s.p.f.:
Plain-woven-
Not bleached, printed, stenciled, 1 cent per lb...

Free.
painted, dyed, colored, nor
fendered noninflammable.
Weighing not less than 6

o cent per lb. and
ounces per square yard and

15 per cent.
not exceeding 30 threads to
the square inch, counting

the warp and filling.
Exceeding 30 and not exceed-

cent per lb. and ing 55 threads to the square

15 per cent. inch. Bleached, printed, stenciled, 1 cent per lb. and (18)....... 10 per cent.

painted, dyed, colored, or 10 per cent.

rendered noninflammable.
Twilled, and all other-
Not bleached, printed, sten- 1 cent per lb....... 45 per cent.19...

35 per cent.19
ciled, painted, dyed, colored,
nor rendered noninflammable.
Bleached, printed, stenciled, 1 cent per lb and 45 per cent.19...... 35 per cent.10
painted, dyed, colored, or 10 per cent.

rendered noninflammable. 1009 Woven fabrics,

not including arti-
cles finished or unfinished, of
flax, hemp, or ramie, or of which
these substances or any of them
is the component material of
chief value (except such as are
commonly used as paddings or
interlinings in clothing):
Weighing not less than 41 and not 55 per cent....

30 per cent.
ounces per square
yard, exceeding 30 and not ex-
ceeding, 100 threads to the
square inch, counting the warp
and filling, and exceeding 12 but
not exceeding 24 inches in width.
Weighing 41 ounces or more per

square yard-
Containing not more than 60

14 cents per sq.yd.
threads to the square inch,

and 30 per cent 20
counting the warp and filling.
Containing more than 60 and not

24 cents per sq.yd.
more than 120 threads to the

and 30 per cent.20
square inch.
Woven fabrics, such as are com-

monly used for paddings or

interlinings in clothing:
Composed wholly or in chief value

of flax, or hemp, or of which
these substances or either of
them is the component ma-
terial of chief value
Weighing not less than 41 and 55 per cent....

35 per cent.19
not more than 12 ounces per
square yard, exceeding 30 and
not exceeding 110 threads to
the square inch, counting the
warp and filling.
Weighing 41 ounces or more per

square yard-
Containing not more than 60

14 cents per sq.
threads to the square inch,

yd. and 30 per
counting the warp and

cent.20
filling,
Containing more than 60 and

23 cents per sq.
not more than 120 threads

yd. and 30 per to the square inch.

cent.20
Composed wholly or in chief value

of jute:
Exceeding. 30 threads to the 50 per cent...

35 per cent.19
square inch, counting the
warp and filling, and weighing
not less than 41 and not more

than 12 ounces per square yard. Exceeding 30 and not exceeding

1 cent per lb. and 55 threads to the square inch.

15 per cent. 18 Same rates as on not bleached, printed, stenciled, etc. 10 Manufactures of flax, hemp, ramie, or other vegetable fiber, n. s. p. f. 30 None shall pay less than 50 per cent.

SCHEDULE 10.

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1010 Woven fabrics, not including arti- 40 per cent.. 45 per cent 33. 35 per cent.29

cles finished or unfinished, of flax,
hemp, ramie, or other vegetable
fiber except cotton, or of which
these substances or any of them is
the component material of chief

value, n. s. p. f.
1011 Plain-woven fabrics, not including

articles finished' or unfinished,
weighingless than 4 ounces per
square yard:
Flax, hemp, or ramie..
35 per cent.

30 per cent.
Containing more than 100

35 per cent... threads to the square inch,

counting the warp and filling.
Containing not more than 100

30 per cent
threads to the square inch.
Other vegetable fiber, except 35 per cent..

cotton.
Jute, exceeding 30 and not exceed-

} cent per lb. and
ing 55 threads to the square

15 per cent.
inch.
Jute, bleached, dyed, colored,

10 per cent.
stained, painted, printed, or

rendered noninflammable. Jute, not bleached, dyed, etc..

Free. 1012 Pile fabrics, composed wholly or in 45 per cent...

chief value of vegetable fiber
other than cotton, cut or uncut,
whether or not the pile covers
the whole surface, and manufac-
tures in any form, made or cut
from any of the foregoing.
Flax.

60 per cent.

40 per cent. Hemp or ramie.

45 per cent 23 40 per cent. Other vegetable fiber.

45 per cent 28

35 per cent 1013 Table damask composed wholly, or

in chief value of vegetable fiber
other than cotton, and manufac- 140 per cent...

{50 per cent 24
tures composed wholly or in chief

1145 per cent 25 35 per cent.25 value of such damask.6 1014 Towels and napkins, finished or un

finished, composed wholly or in
chief value of flax, hemp, or ra-
mie, or of which these sub-
stances are, or any of them is,
the component material of

chief value: 6
Not exceeding 120 threads to the
square inch, counting the warp >55 per cent....

|{50 per cent 24
and filling.

145 per cent 25

35 per cent.25 Exceeding 120 threads to the square inch, counting the warp 40 per cent...

|(50 per cent 24 and filling:

145 per cent 25

35 per cent.25 Sheets and pillowcases, composed

wholly or in chief value of flax,
hemp, or ramie, or of which these

40 per cent...

| 50 per cent 24 substances are, or any of them is,

145 per cent 25 35 per cent 25 the component material of chief

value.6
1015 Fabrics with fast edges not exceeding 35 per cent... 60 per cent......

30 per cent.
12 inches in width, and articles
made therefrom, composed wholly
orin chief value of vegetable fiber
other than cotton, or of vegetable
fiber other than cotton and india

rubber. 6 New classification made by act of 1922. 22 Manufactures of flax, hemp, ramie, or other vegetable fiber, n. s. p. f. 23 All woven articles and all manufactures of hemp, ramie, or other vegetable fiber, n. s. p. f. 24 Minimum rate, if weighing 41 ounces or more per square yard. 25 All woven articles, finished or unfinished, and all manufactures of flax, hemp, ramie, or other vegetable fiber, n. s. p. f.

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1015 Tubings, garters, suspenders, and 35 per cent... 45 per cent25 25 per cent.27

braces, composed wholly or in chief
value of vegetable fiber other than
cotton, or of vegetable fiber other

than cotton and india rubber.
Cords, tassels, and cords and tassels, 35 per cent... 60 per cent.... 25 per cent.27

composed wholly or in chief value
of vegetable fiber other than cot-
ton, or of vegetable fiber other
than cotton and india rubber.
Tapes composed wholly or in part of 30 per cent... 40 per cent... 20 per cent.
flax, woven with or without metal
threads, on reels, spools, or other-
wise, and designed expressly for
use in the manufacture of measur-

ing tapes.
1016 Handkerchiefs composed wholly or

in chief value of vegetable fiber
other than cotton, finished or

unfinished:
Not hemmed.

35 per cent. 50 per cent 35 per cent. Hemmed.

45 per cent. 50 per cent 35 per cent. Hemstitched, or unfinished, hav- 45 per cent. 55 per cent. 40 per cent.

ing drawn threads.
1017 Clothing, and articles of wearing ap- 35 per cent.. 50 per cent.. 40 per cent.

parel of every description, com-
posed wholly or in chief value of
vegetable fiber other than cotton,
and whether manufactured wholly

or in part, n. s.p. f.
Shirt collars and cuffs, composed 40 cents per doz. 40 cents per doz. 30 per cent.
wholly or in part of flax.28

and 10 per cent. and 20 per cent. 1018 Bags or sacks:

Made from plain-woven fabrics of

single jute yarns-
Not bleached, printed, stenciled, 1 cent per lb. and

10 per cent.
painted, dyed, colored, nor 10 per cent.
rendered noninflammable.
Not exceeding 30 threads to

3 cent per lb. and
the square inch, counting

15 per cent.
the warp and filling.
Exceeding 30 threads to the

45 per cent (n.e.)..
square inch, counting the

warp and filling.
Bleached, printed, stenciled, 1 cent per lb. and 45 per cent 29. 35 per cent 29
painted, dyed, colored, or 15 per cent.

fendered noninflammable.
Made from twilled or other fabrics

composed wholly ofjute-
Not bleached, printed, stenciled, 1 cent per lb. and 45 per cent 29

35 per cent 29
painted, dyed, colored, nor 10 per cent.
rendered noninflammable.
Bleached, printed, stenciled, 1 cent per lb. and 45 per cent 29. 35 per cent.29
painted, dyed, colored, or 15 per cent.

rendered noninflammable. 1019 Bagging for cotton, gunny cloth, and

similar fabrics, suitable for cov-
ering cotton, composed of single
yarns made of jute, jute butts,
or other vegetable fiber, not
bleached, dyed, colored, stained,
painted, or printed, not exceed-
ing 16 threads to the squareinch,
counting the warp and filling:
Weighing not less than 15 nor 1 cent per sq.yd. 1 cent per sq.yd.. Free.

more than 32 ounces per square
yard.
Weighing more than 32 ounces per tocent perlb.. 1 cent per sq.yd.. Free.

square yard. 25 All woven articles, finished or unfinished, and all manufactures of flax, hemp, or ramie, or other vegetable fiber, n. s.p.f.

27 * * * All of the foregoing made of * other vegetable fiber. 28 Linen in acts of 1909 and 1913.

29 All woven articles, finished or unfinished, and all manufactures of * * * other vegetable fiber n. s.p. f.

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1020
Cork carpet.

35 per cent..... 20 cents per sq.yd. 30 per cent.

and 20 per cent.
Floor oilcloth..
20 per cent.

20 per cent.
9 feet or less in width.

6 cents per sq. yd.

and 15 per cent. Over 9 feet in width..

10 cents per sq.yd.

and 15 per cent.
Linoleum, including corticine. 35 per cent...
Plain, stamped, painted, or

30 per cent.
printed.
9 feet or under in width.

8 cents per sq. yd.

and 15 per cent. Over 9 feet in width.

12 cents per sq.yd.

and 15 per cent. In designs or patterns.

20 cents per sq.yd. 30 per cent.

and 20 per cent. Inlaid....

20 cents per sq.yd. 35 per cent.

and 20 per cent.
Mats or rugs:
Floor oilcloth..
20 per cent.

20 per cent.
Linoleum.

35 per cent.
(30).

(30). 1021 All woven articles, finished or un- 40 per cent.

45 per cent. 35 per cent.
finished, and all manufactures of
vegetable fiber other than cotton,
or of which such fibers or any of
them is the component material of

chief value, n. s.p. f.31 1022 Common China, Japan, and India 3 cents per sq. yd. 34 cents per sq. yd. 24 cents per sq. yd

straw matting, and floor coverings

made therefrom. 32
Carpets, carpeting, mats, matting,

and rugs:
Cotton.
35 per cent. 50 per cent.

20 per cent.
Flax, hemp, or jute, or a mixture 35 per cent..

30 per cent.
thereof.
Valued at not exceeding 15 cents

4 cents per sq. yd.
per square yard.

and 30 per cent. Valued above 15 cents per square

S cents per sq. yd. yard.

and 30 per cent. Floor coverings n. s. p. 1....... 40 per cent. 3} cents per sq. yd 33 24 cents per sq.yd.33 1023 Matting made of cocoa fiber or rattan. 8 cents per sq. yd. 6 cents per sq. yd. 5 cents per sq. yd.

Mats made of cocoa fiber or rattan.. 6 cents per sq.ft.. 4 cents per sq. ft.. 3 cents per sq. ft.

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30 Same rates as on floor oilcloth and linoleum. 31 All woven articles, finished or unfinished, and all manufactures of flax, hemp, ramie, or other vegetable fiber, or of which these substances, or any of them, is the component material of Chief value, n. s.p.f. (Acts of 1909 and 1913.)

32 « And floor coverings made therefrom” added by act of 1922.

33 Floor mattings, plain, fancy, or figured, including mats and rugs, manufactured from straw, round or split, or other vegetable substances, n. s. p. f.

SCHEDULE 11.-WOOL AND MANUFACTURES OF.

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1101 Wools, not improved by the admix

ture of merino or English blood,
such as Donskoi, native Smyrna,
native South American, Cor-
dova, Valparaiso, and other
wools of like character or de-
scription, and hair of the camel: 1
12 cents per lb..

Free.
Scoured.
24 cents per lb.

Free.
Washed.
18 cents per lb..

Free.
On the skin
11 cents per lb.

Free.
Valued at 12 cents or less per

pound-
Washed or unwashed.

4 cents per lb..
Scoured..

12 cents per lb.
On the skin

3 cents per lb...
Valued at over 12 cents per pound-
Washed or unwashed

7 cents per lb....
Scoured..

21 cents per lb... On the skin.

6 cents per lb.. 1102 | Hair of the Angora goat, Cashmere

goat, alpaca, and other like ani

mals: 5
In the grease or washed.

31 cents per lb.6.. 12 cents per Ib.. 15 per cent.
Scoured.

31 cents per lb. 36 cents per lb. 15 per cent.
On the skin.
30 cents per lb.6. As wool.

15 per cent.
Wools, n. s.p.f.: 5
In the grease.
31 cents per lb..

Free.
Merino and crossbred

11 cents perlb.
English.

12 cents perlb.
Washed...
31 cents per lb.6.

Free.
Merino and crossbred.

22 cents perlb.
English

12 cents perlb.
Scoured..
31 cents per lb.

Free.
Merino and crossbred.

33 cents perlb.
English.

36 cents perlb.
On the skin
30 cents perlb.6.

Free.
Merino and crossbred.

10 cents perlb.
English....

11 cents perlb. Provided, That such wools may be imported under bond in an amount to be fixed by the Secretary of the Treasury and under such regulations as he shall prescribe; and if within three years from the date of importation or withdrawal from bonded warehouse satisfactory proof is furnished that the wools have been used in the manufacture of rugs, carpets, or any other floor coverings, the duties shall be remitted or refunded : Provided further, That if any such wools imported under bond as above prescribed are used in the manufacture of articles other than rugs, carpets, or any other floor coverings, there shall belevied, collected, and paid on any wools so used in violation of the bond, in addition to the regular duties provided by this paragraph, 20 cents per pound, which shall not be remitted or refunded on exportation of the articles or for any other reason. • Wools in the grease shall be considered such as shall have been shorn from the sheep without any cleansing; that is,

in their natural condition. • Washed wools shall be considered such as have been washed with water only on the sheep's back, or on the skin.

46 Cashmere goat” added by act of 1922. Emergency Tariff Act of 1921 :

Par. 18. Wool, commonly known as clothing wool, including hair of the camel, angora goat, and alpaca, but not such wools as are commonly known as carpet wools: Unwashed, 15 cents per pound; washed, 30 cents per pound; scoured, 45 cents per pound. Unwashed wools shall be considered such as shall have been shorn from the animal without any cleaning; washed wools shall be considered such as have been washed with water only on the animal's back or on the skin; wools washedin any other manner than on the animal's back or on the skin shall be considered as scoured wool. On wool and hair provided for in this paragraph, which is sorted or increased in value by the rejection of any part ofthe original

fleece, the duty shall be twice the duty to which it would otherwise be subject, but not more than 45 cents per pound. Par. 19. Wool and hair ofthe kind provided forin paragraph 18, when advanced in any manner

or by any process of manufacture beyond the washed or scoured condition, and manufactures of which wool or hair of the kind provided for in paragraph 18 is the component material of chief

value, 45 cents per pound in addition to the rates of dutyimposed thereon by existinglaw. 6 Of clean content.

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