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Pudding, blood; prepared meat, T. D. 32,987. 194-Puddings, by whatever name known, containing chocolate,
nuts, fruit, or confectionery of any kind, and with.
out regard to the component material of chief value.
blue; manufactured article not provided for, T. D.
board in rolls, not laminated..
flax; as rag pulp, T. D. 31,235. 355
manufactures of, not provided for. 649–
for, T. D. 12,356.
special agreement or grant of Canadian Government
vailing duty, T. D. 33,707.
country of origin, T. D. 30,859, 31,286, 31,879.
time of entry, T. D. 33,291.
lands, invoice must show the percentage of each,
T. D. 31,879;
T. D. 33,244;
if capable of separation by testimony, T. D. 33,141.
vailing duty, if such part can be ascertained, 60
T. D. 31,879.
wood; subject to countervailing duty, if imported from:
Portugal, T. D. 33,684.
cut on crown lands only, T. D. 29,968, 30,045,
30,591, 30,699, 31,772, 31,890, 32,117. 6474 woods, not provided for Pulpit, carved, with wooden statues; manufacture of wood,
T. D. 12,254.
is not regalia, T. D. 11,123. Pulque; manufactured article not provided for, T. D. 20,385. 583—Pulu Pumice stone and clay scouring brick; manufacture of
pumice stone, T. D. 31,589.
mineral substance, T. D. 19,354.
manufactured, T. D. 31,053.
stone partly manufactured, T. D. 33,408.
synonymous terms, T. D. 10,927.
T. D. 25,538.
is the component material of chief value, not pro-
25% 75 stone, unmanufactured
5% 75stone, wholly or partially manufactured.
14 ct. lb. Pumpkin; cooked in sweet liquid, drained, and dried; comfit,
T. D. 29,974.
shredded, preserved in sugar; comit, T. D. 30,048. Pumps, magnesia; article of earthy or mineral substance,
T. D. 32,094.
after weaving, forming figures or designs, not in-
60% Punk, an article used as and known as joss stick or joss
light; as joss stick, T. D. 28,805, 29,817.
not provided for, T. D. 28,805, 32,699.
article not provided for, T. D. 32,699.
beaded, brass chief value; purses of metal, T. D.
leather; manufacture of leather, T. D. 6,245. 3564 mesh, metal. See Jewelry ...
60% small and cheap, toys, T. D. 30,027. 569—Purple, London
Free. ore, or “blue billy”; residuum of burnt pyrites, T. D.
15% powder; a polishing powder, T. D. 18,521.
red; a polishing powder, T. D. 11,246. Putz kalk; chemical mixture, T. D. 12,810.
pomade or paste, preparat for polishing, T. D
wrought earth, T. D. 12,963.
Pyoktannin; coal tar color, T. D. 13,597.
from coal tar; coal tar preparation, T. D. 28,910.
or sulphuret of iron in its natural state, containing
in excess of 25% of sulphur. 25-Pyroxylin, articles of. See Collodion. 25
compounds of, or liquid solutions of. See Collodion.
of dogs, T. D. 31,151.
ufactured, T. D. 31,616.
and not pro-
The flasks, bottles, or other vessels in which quicksilver
is imported shall be subject to the same rate of
tooth picks; manufacture of quills, T. D. 30,685.
articles of metal, T. D. 25,499.
pens; manufactures of quills, T. D. 10,394. 358-Quillings, of whatever yarns, threads or filaments composed,
and articles made in whole or in part of.. Quills, crude; as feathers crude, T. D. 14,738. 368
manufacture of, not provided for 347— of wild birds, either raw or manufactured, except for
scientific or educational purposes, prohibited. Quilts, cotton, in the piece; cotton cloth, T. D. 32,073. 264
cotton, not embroidered or in part of lace.
chief value, T. D. 8,850.
embroidered; as embroidered articles, T. D. 12,426. 347
growth, T. D. 14,152.
$1.00 per 1,000. 217—Quinces, green or ripe, per bushel of 50 lbs.
10 cts. 584—Quinia, and sulphate of
T. D. 32,529.
pills; pills, T. D. 28,536.
Quinquinia bardinet or dubonnet; still wine, T. D. 25,554. 470-Quoits
Free. Quotations; as type, T. D. 13,228.
Rabbit fur, undressed, clippings; as furs undressed, T. D.
skins, dressed; fur skins, dressed, T. D. 6,394. 603— skins, undressed
dressed; as other game, T. D. 26,330.
pickled in vinegar; prepared meat, T. D. 7,244.
by non residents, for touring purposes, or for the
Raddle; unwrought earth, T. D. 11,857. 585_Radioactive substitutes
Free. 212-Radish seed
.3 cts. lb. 585_Radium, and salts of
cloth; manufacture of palm leaf, T. D. 24,435.
strips; manufacture of palm leaf, T. D. 32,681. 649—Rag pulp
Free. pulp, in sheets or boards; as rag pulp, T. D. 31,235,
32,093. Rags, must be disinfected, T. D. 22,037. 5864 not otherwise provided for.
Free. 566 used chiefly for paper making.
Rags, satinet; are not wool, T. D. 25,526. 264
wash, cotton, not embroidered nor in part lace...... 25%
wool, carbonized; is shoddy, T. D. 18,151.
steel, T. D. 9,358.
10% ties, steel; articles of metal, T. D. 31,180. 587-Railway bars, in part steel.
Free. 587bars, iron or steel...
Free. 108 fish plates, iron or steel.
10% 142tires, iron or steel
20% 142 wheels, iron or steel.
20% switches, articles of metal, T. D. 29,262. Raincoats; wearing apparel, T. D. 33,378. 218-Raisins and other dried grapes.
2 cts. lb. 391–Rakes, horse, in whole or in parts, including repair parts... Free. 284-Ramie, all woven articles, finished or unfinished, of flax,
hemp, ramie, or other vegetable fiber, or of which
35% braids, for hats or otherwise; as braids, T. D. 27,033.
32,560. 271– gill nettings, nets, webs, and seines. See Ramie gill nettings
25% 334hat braids, manufactures of
50% 334hat braids
handkerchiefs. See Handkerchiefs, flax. 274— hydraulic or flume hose...
7 cts. lb. 284
manufactures of flax, hemp, ramie or other vegetable
fiber, or of which these substances or any other of
35% mufflers; wearing apparel, T. D. 10,864.
noils; textile grass not manufactured, T. D. 27,591. 278— or ramie and india rubber, bands, bandings, belts,
beltings, bindings, cords, ribbons, tapes, webs and
80% 278 ramie and india rubber wearing apparel...
40% 280_ pile fabrics, whether or not the pile covers the entire
surface, and all articles manufactured from such
plain woven fabrics, not including articles, finished or
unfinished, or of which ramie is the component