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Act 1897

Par 571

Human hair, raw, uncleaned, and not drawn

Ivory tusks in their natural state or cut vertically

across the grain only, with the bark left intact.

584

Lac spirits
Lemon juice, lime juice, and sour orange juice....
Licorice root, unground
Lime, citrate of

593 597 598 600

606 613

Magnesium, not made up into articles
Meerschaum, crude or unmfd
Patterns for machinery, but no article shall be

deemed a pattern which can be fitted for use

otherwise Musk, crude, in natural pods

616 618

Nuts, Brazil

cream

622

Oils: almond, amber, crude and rectified ambergris,

anise or anise seed, aniline, aspic or spike lav-
ender, bergamot, caraway, cassia, cinnamon,
cedrat, chamomile, citronella or lemon grass,
civet, fennel, jasmine or jasimine, juniper, lav-
ender, lemon, limes, mace, neroli or orange
flower, enfleurage grease, orange oil, ottar of
roses, rosemary or anthoss, sesame or sesamum
seed or bean, thyme, origanum red or white,

valerian Ores of copper

626 629

Potash, hydrate of, or caustic potash, not includ

ing refined in sticks or rolls

644

1

651 656

Saffron and safilower, and extract of and saffron

cake
Seeds: anise, caraway
Spices: cassia, cassia vera, and cassia buds, cinna-

mon and chips of, cloves and clove stems, mace,
nutmegs, pepper, black or white, and pimento;
all the foregoing when unground; ginger root,
unground and not preserved or candied

667

Storax, or styrax

672

Tonquin, tonqua, or tonka beans

685 Act 1897

Par

Woods: briar root or briar wood and similar wood

unmanufactured, or not further advanced than
cut into blocks suitable for the articles into
which they are intended to be converted

700

Yams

704

PANAMA CANAL ACT OF AUGUST 24, 1912.

Section 5. That all materials of foreign production which may be necessary for the construction or repair of vessels built in the United States and all such materials necessary for the building or repair of their machinery and all articles necessary for their outfit and equipment may be imported into the United States free of duty under such regulations as the Secretary of the Treasury may prescribe.

REGULATIONS IN T. D. 32956. Abstracts of published and unpublished decisions of the department made under section 5 of the Panama Canal act since the promulgation of the regulations in T. D. 32,956, are contained in T. D. 33,386, May 6, 1913.

INDEX-PART I
DUTIABLE AND FREE LISTS

s 27

A

Par Abaca, as manila, crude

free 497 (See Philippines tariff act of Aug. 5, 1909) Abacus, a beaded article, dutiable according to ma

terial c. v. T. D. 21,265. Abelones, prepared or not, as shellfish. T. D. 22, 812

free 598 Abies canadensis, T. D. 15,848, Abies excelsis, T. D. 29,031, Abies Nordmanniana, T. D. 20,828, Abies pectinata (N. 0. N. Y. 1913),

as seedlings, coniferous evergreen, n. s. p. f... free 595 Abrasives, crude, artificial, n. s. p. f...

free 479 Abrasives, grit, shot, and sand, made of iron or steel, that can be used as, T. D. 31,773

30% 112 Absinthe

· per proof gall. $2.60 240 (Importation prohibited after Sept. 30, 1912,

N. Y. Oct. 4, 1912) Absorption cells, as mf. glass. T. D. 31,832.. 30% 95 Aburage, as bean cake. T. D. 32,780

25% 200 Acacia, as drugs, n. s. p. f. T. D. 4,371

477

427 Academy, special importation for, see “Society''... 573

611 Acaprin, as sheep dip. T. D. 25,067

free 596 Accordion, less than regular number of keys, or not

over 15 marks per doz. as toys, T. D. 25,110... 35% 342 Acetanilid

25% 18 Acetate, amyl, see amyl acetate

29 of calcium, see calcium

440 of copper, see copper

421 ethyl, see ethyl acetate

29 Acetate of lead, see lead

57

5 Acetates, n. s. p. f., T. D. 8,593, as chem. comp...

17 Acetic acid, see acid

387 Acetic anhydrid

· per lb. 212 cts. 2 Acetic ether, see ether, acetic

29 Acetone

· per lb. 1 ct. 3 Acetphenetidin

25% 18 Acetylsalicylic acid, see acid

18 Achate, as agates, unmanufactured. T. D. 3,800.. free 390 Achillea, nursery stock. T. D. 16,320

15% 211

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Par Acid, acetic or pyroligneous

free 387 acetylsalicylic

25%

18 amido-benzoic as acid n. s. p. f. T. D. 22,563. 15% 1 amidosalicylic, not medicinal, not color or dye. 10% 23 anhydrides, 'n. 8. p. f.

15% 1 anthranilic as acid, n. s. p. f. T. D. 22,563. 15% 1 arsenic or arsenious

free 387 benzoic as acid, n. s. p. f. T. D. 22,563 15% 1 benzoic dibromo trioxy, as medicinal prep. T.

5 D. 17,958

17 benzoic, sulfinid, as saccharin. T. D. 27,280,

per lb. 65 cts. 179 boracic

· per lb. 34 ct.

1 bromo-fluoresic, as coal tar color, n. s. p. f. T. D. 28,035

30%

20 butyric, as acid n. s. p. f. T. D. 6,353 15% 1 carbolic

free 387 chromic

free 387 chrysamic as acid, n. 8. p. f. T. D. 5,147 15% 1

5 cinnamic, as medicinal prep.

S
T. D. 33,194....

17 citric

per lb. 5 cts. 1 cresotine, as coal tar prep. T. D. 12,699. 15% 21 cresylic, as carbolic acid. T. D. 3,980

free 387 diclorophtalic, as acid n. 8. p. f. T. D. 14,377 15% 1 fluoric

free 387 formic

· per lb. 112 cts.

1 gallic

· per lb. 6 cts.

1 gallic, anilide

5 gallic, dibromo

17 glycerophosphoric, salts and compounds of 25% 18 hydrochloric or muriatic

free 387 hydrofluoric

free 387 ichthyol-sulphonic, as acid n. s. p. f. T. D. 13,701

15%

1 lactic

· per lb. 112 cts. 1 linoleic, as acid n. 8. p. f. T. D. 27,153... 15% 1 metanilic, not medicinal, not color or dye.. 10% 23 muriatic or hydrochloric

free 387 nitric

free 387 nitropicric, as coal tar color, n. s. p. f. T. D. 20,802

30% 20 oleic, as acid n. s. p. f. T. D. 27,030.. 15%

1 oxalic

.. per lb. 112 cts. 1 palmitic, as acid n. s. p. f. T. D. 33,620 15% 1 phenyle, as phenol. T. D. 5,825

.free 452 phosphoric

free 387 phthalic .

free 387 picric, as coal tar color, n. s. p. f. T. D. 20,802. 30% 20 prussic

free 387 pyrogallic

· per lb. 12 cts. 1 pyroligneous or acetic

free 387 ricinoleic

25% 45 rosolic, as coal tar color. T. D. 20,802

30% 20

} as medicinal prep. T. D. 17,958 {

15%

76

Par Acid: salicylic

per lb. 242 cts. 1 silicic

free 387 sludge, as manure. T. D. 17,069..

free 499 stannic, as acid n. s. p. f. T. D. 17,813.

I stearic, as acid n. s. p. f. T. D. 13,618. 15% 1 stibic, as antimony salts. T. D. 9,706

25% 144 sulphoricinoleic

.25%

45 sulphanilic, as acid n. s. p. f.

15% 1 sulphotoluic, as acid n. s. p. f. T. D. 16,756.. 15% 1 sulphuric, or oil of vitriol,

free 387 tannic

. per lb. 5 cts.

1 tartaric

· per lb. 342 cts.

1 tetrachlorphtalic, as acid n. S. p. f. T. D. 25,261

15% 1 thymic, as acid n. s. p. f. T. D. 8,486

15%

1 valerianic

free 387 Acids, n. 8. p. f.

15% 1 Aconite

free 388 Acorns, prepared

· per lb. 2 cts. 233 raw, dried or undried, but unground... free 389 Actinolite, ground, as mineral wares. T. D. 19,406. 20% 81 Acuba, as evergreen seedlings. T. D. 29,031 15% 211 Adamite, wrought earth. T. D. 26,556.. per ton $1.00.. Adamantine clinkers, T. D. 16,570, as brick n. s. p. f.

71 Adeps lanæ as lanolin. T. D. 32,619....

· per lb. 1 ct.

44 Advertising articles dutiable as merchandise T. D.

31,865, 32,422. Aeroplanes may enter free under special six months'

bond, for racing. T. D. 32,799. Agal, as textile grass, crude

free 497 Agar-agar

..20% 34 Agaric as prep. vegetable. T. D. 32,858 ...25% 200 Agate articles, agate c. v. except such as are cut into

shapes and forms fitting them expressly for use

in the construction of jewelry, n. s. p. f. .. 45% 98 Agate buttons, see buttons

339 Agates, cut, suitable for use in mf. of jewelry. T. D. 31,624

20% 357 Agates, semi-precious stones, set, as jewelry. T. D. 32,778

60% 356 Agates, unmfd.

free 390 Agate studs, see studs

339 Agathin, as coal tar product. T. D. 17,958.

15% 21 Agraffes, metal wares. T. D. 9,192

20% 167 Agriculture, Department of, see Department of Agriculture

577 Agricultural drills and planters, same as agricultural implements

391 Agricultural implements, of any kind and descrip

tion, whether specifically mentioned herein or
not, whether in whole or in parts, including re-
pair parts

391

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