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Vaccine anthrax or blackleg; as vaccine virus, T. D. 22,637.

hog cholera; vaccine virus, T. D. 29,407.
sero, streptococcus; serum derived from animals, for

therapeutic purposes, T. D. 31,727.
typhoid, staphylococcus, gonococcus; as vaccine virus,

T. D. 31,727. 400

virus
Valentines; according to material, T. D. 4,269.

are not toys, T. D. 25,526.

lithographed; as Lithographic prints, T. D. 25,526. 46—Valerian oil, not containing alcohol..

Valerianic ether; as fruit ether, T. D. 9,205. 639—Valonia

extract; a vegetable extract used in tanning, T. D.

29,715.
Value of goods manufactured in one country, but purchased

in another, is market value in principal markets of

the country where purchase is made, T. D. 12,780. dutiable, is market value in principal markets of

country from whence imported, T. D. 9,714, 19,055. dutiable, includes covering containers, cost of pack

ing, putting goods into condition for shipment. Sec.

III, Par. R.
appraised by Board of General Appraisers is final, T.

D. 13,941.
entered, cannot be changed after appraiser has taken

action. See T. D. 29,513.
appraised, Department cannot interfere with appraisers

in determining, T. D. 7,095, 11,100.
invoice and entered are conclusive against importer,

T. D. 10,329, 12,667.
increased on invoice or entry to secure a lower rate

of duty, is false and fraudulent, and will not con

trol classification, T. D. 4,913.
found on reappraisement does not control future im-

portations, T. D. 18,082.
invoice of purchased or consigned goods may be added

to or deducted from on entry, to make market value

at time of exportation. Sec. III, Par. I.
invoice must be determined by collector, T. D. 11,880.
invoice will not be reduced if payment is made in

abraded or mutilated coins, T. D. 3,571.
of goods paying a rate based on value does not in-

clude cost of free coverings, T. D. 13,512, 19,015,

22,462, 22,469.
of goods challenged by U. S. consul, T. D. 16,245.
of goods in warehouse at time of passage of tariff

act of 1909 is not to be ascertained as prescribed

by said act, T. D. 29,999.
where no foreign market value can be ascertained, may

be based on American selling price. Sec. III, Pars.
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Value shown by consular invoice on entry cannot be amended

by producing corrected consular invoice after ap

praisement, T. D. 29,513.
taken on a consular invoice furnished to cancel bond,

cannot be amended by producing a corrected con

sular invoice, T. D. 29,931.
dutiable is the value returned by the appraiser; col-

lector must liquidate thereon unless reappraisement

duly asked for, T. D. 27,458.
invoice, entered, appraised, and du ble, defined, T. D.

9,714.
market; what is, T. D. 27,204, 31,353.
dutiable, of weighable goods paying an ad valorem

duty, T. D. 25,767.
for duty; as to ignoring less than 50 cents, and taking

50 cents and over as $1, T. D. 27,716. 530—Vamps, shoe, leather

Free. slipper, embroidered in the piece; as articles

broidered, T. D. 17,060.
Van containing effects is not entitled to free entry as con-

tainer or covering, T. D. 21,893, 22,740, 23,534,

23,817.
foreign manufacture, containing merchandise which is

free, must pay duty or be exported, D. L., Mar. 15,
1911; bond may be given to export empty within 30

days, D. L., Mar. 29, 1911.
Vanadium ore; crude mineral substance, T. D. 28,467.

Vandyke brown; a color, T. D. 9,090. 70-Vanilla beans

30 cts. lb. beans in alcohol; as vegetable objects in alcohol, T. D.

6,481. 70_Vanillin

10 cts. oz. 356—Vanity cases, metal. See Jewelry.

60% Varnish, black; coal tar preparation, T. D. 25,551.

brewer's compound; as spirit varnish, T. D. 3,484.
imitation, 11/2 lbs. shellac to gallon of spirits; an alco-

holic compound, T. D. 4,549.
iron, color of lac; as varnish, T. D. 2,039.
Japanese metallico; as varnish, T. D. 7,131.
ruby; as varnish, T. D. 25,385.

shellac; spirit varnish, T. D. 5,300.
58—Varnishes, including so-called gold size or japan...

10% 58

spirit, containing less than 10% of methyl alcohol of

the total alcohol contained therein.....$1.32 gal. and 15% Varnolette; chemical compound, T. D. 22,591. 98--Vases, alabaster

45% 98breccia

45% bronze or other metal; as articles of the metal of

which composed, T. D. 24,674.
cloisonne, or enameled copper; as articles of copper,

T. D. 22,076.
earthenware, decorated with metal;

decorated
earthenware, T. D. 33,560.

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Vases, glass and metal; according to material of chief value,

T. D. 27,090.
98-
marble

45% 98onyx

45% 5784 platinum, and parts thereof, for chemical uses. 80– See Earthenware and china.

Wedgewood; are usual coverings for sauces, T. D.

13,513.
with stands; are dutiable as entireties if the stand

was designed for the vase, T. D. 33,833. 545—Veal, fresh or prepared

Free. Vegetable applies only to certain classes of plants used as

articles of food for man or beast, T. D. 10,746. 534 black

15% butter; cocoa butter substitute, T. D. 33,789. 254

fiber and silk cloth, vegetable fiber chief value.... 30% 273fiber, carpets, and carpeting (except cotton).

30%
fiber, cut into lengths, is crude, T. D. 32,858.
fiber, dressed; manufactured article not provided for,

T. D. 24,860.
fiber, dyed; manufactured article not provided for,

T. D. 27,508.
fiber, knotted; manufactured article not provided for,

T. D. 31,498.
284-
fiber, manufactures of, not provided for.

35% 273fiber mats (except cotton)

30% 273fiber rugs (except cotton)

30% flour; manufactured article not provided for, T. D.

31,478.
green; a stain, T. D. 28,833.
gum, for chewing gum; as chicle by assimilation, T.

D. 30,165.
339
ivory buttons, in sizes 36 lines and larger.

35% below 36 lines

45% 369ivory, manufactures of, not provided for.

35% 16

objects immersed or placed in, or saturated with alco

bol, except perfumery and spirit varnishes, if con-
taining 20% of alcohol or less. .....10 cts. Ib. and 20%
containing more than 20% and not more than 50%
of alcohol

20 cts. lb. and 20% containing more than 50% of alcohol...40 cts. Ib. and 20% 30— origin, extracts of. See Extracts..

38 ct. lb. pepsin; medicinal preparation, T. D. 11,350, 13,581. red; extract of vegetable origin suitable for coloring,

T. D. 30,800. 552

substances, crude or unmanufactured, not otherwise
provided for

Free. 497—

substances, fibrous, not dressed or manufactured in
any manner, and not provided for...

Free. 4984 tallow, commonly used in soap making or in wire

drawing, or for stuffing or dressing leather, not
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Vegetable yellow; extract of vegetable origin suitable for color.

ing, T. D. 30,800.
Vegetables canned; as vegetables prepared, T. D. 31,274.

canned, decayed; allowed for as decayed, T. D. 24,945,

30,447.
decayed, regulations as to allowance for on decayed

fruit extended to, T. D. 30,816. See Fruit, de

cayed.
dried, and strung for transportation; as vegetables in

natural state, T. D. 26,863.
dried; are in natural state, T. D. 31,380.
hermetically sealed; as vegetables prepared, T. D.

29,984.
2004 if cut, sliced or otherwise reduced in size, not pro-

vided for 200

if packed in brine, not provided for. 200

if packed in oil, not provided for. 200— if packed in salt, not provided for.. 200

if parched or roasted, not provided for. 200

if pickled, not provided for
imitation or artificial; at rate of material of chief

value, T. D. 27,296. 215

in their natural state, not provided for... 200

prepared in any way, not provided for.
See Drugs.
sliced and dried; as vegetables sliced, T. D. 31,788.

what are, T. D. 29,501, 31,215.
398—Vehicles of persons emigrating to the United States, and

actually owned and used by them for the purpose

of such emigration Veil pins; are jewelry, T. D. 33,536. 358—Veilings, of whatever yarns, threads, or filaments composed,

and articles made in whole or in part of. 358—Veils, of whatever yarns, threads, or filaments composed, and

articles made in whole or in part of... 568—Vellum

book covers, old, for gold beaters molds; as vellum,

T. D. 27,393.
Velours are pile fabrics of the class technically and com-

mercially known as plushes, T. D. 20,246.
cotton; cotton pile fabrics, T. D. 26,447.
jute; as jute pile fabrics, T. D. 19,482.

silk; as silk pile fabric, T. D. 31,756.
Veluvim white; as enamel paint, T. D. 32,243.
257—Velvet ribbons, cotton or other vegetable fiber, except flax,

hemp, or ramie 314

ribbons, silk 257-Velveteens, cotton or other vegetable fiber, except flax, hemp,

or ramie, and articles or manufactures of.
309_Velvets, alpaca, hair, and articles made of..
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Angora goat hair, and articles made of..
buttons; as buttons not provided for, T. D. 11,358.

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257—Velvets, cotton or other vegetable fiber, except flax, hemp, or

ramie, and articles or manufactures of. See Cotton
plushes

40% panne; are plushes, T. D. 29,158. 314 silk

50% 288

wool, and articles made from. See Wool plushes.. 40% Veneer, ivory, for piano keys; manufacture of ivory, T. D.

9,033. 169—Veneers of wood

15% tissue of wood pasted on paper; as wood veneer, T. D.

31,757.
Venetian mosaics, articles of glass and gold, gold chief value;

articles of gold, T. D. 11,402.
55-
red

10% 635—Venice turpentine

Free. 227-Venison

.142 cts. lb. Veratrin; alcoholic medicinal preparation, T. D. 13,061.

Verde de Prato; as marble, T. D. 17,960. 421-Verdigris

Free. distilled; as acetate of copper, T. D. 8,593.

grapes; acetate of copper, T. D. 26,939. Verditer; a color not provided for, T. D. 1,705. 191-Vermicelli, and all similar preparations....

...1 ct. lb. 59-Vermilion reds. See Reds. Vermilionette; as vermilion red containing quicksilver, T. D.

14,306.
244-Vermuth. See Wines, still.

allowance made for leakage, T. D. 30,879.
not subject to provision of Par. 244 as to non allow-

ance for breakage, leakage or damage, T. D. 30,509,

33,133.
Vessels built in the United States, all materials necessary for

the repair of their machinery may be imported free
of duty.

Sec. 5, Act Aug. 5, 1909. For regula-
tions see T. D. 32,956.
built in the United States for foreign account and

ownership; material of foreign production which may
be necessary for the construction of, material neces-
sary for the building of their machinery, articles
necessary for their outfit and equipment, may be
imported free under bond. Sec. IV, Par. J, Sub

Sec. 5.
built in the United States for the purpose of being

employed in the foreign or domestic trade; material
of foreign production which may be necessary for the
construction of, material necessary for the building
of their machinery, articles necessary for their outfit
and equipment, may be imported free under bond.

Sec. IV, Par. J, Sub Sec. 5.
now or hereafter registered under the laws of the

United States, articles of foreign production needed
for the repair of, may be withdrawn from bonded
warehouse free of duty. Sec. IV, Par, J, Sub Sec. 6.

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