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Alphabetical list of the principal goods enumerated in the tarif-Continued.

Articles.

Tariff number.

Articles.

Tariff number.

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115

Colophany

197 Colors

679 Conductors, lightning

807 Copper, and manufactures of

266-290 Coral

54, 116 Cordage

231, 237,

237a, 239 Cords....

444, 445, 497, 498, 546–549,

600, 630, 631 Cork

155, 156 Corsets.

475, 524, 570,

632 Cotton, and manufactures of 124-127, 444

496 Cotton, antiseptic..

665 Cranes.

792 Cream of tartar

686 Creolin

687 Crosspieces, telegraph, etc

216 Crucibles

260, 320, 397 Cues, billiard

224 Cultures, bacteriological.

65 Cupels... Curtains.

454, 474a, 4746, 505,

527a, 5271 Cushions

875, 876 Cuttings for paper making

246 Cuttle boue.

37 Cyanides, alkaline.

677 Demijohus...

420 Designs for artistical purposes.

885 Dextrine.

194 Diamonds

362 Diastase

688 Dice

312 Dress patterns...

476-478, 525527,571, 573,

606, 634 Drugs, etc., medicinal.

689 Dusters, feather

911 Dynamite.... Dyewoods, and extracts of

205, 693 Earthenware, manufactures of.

390 Eggs

43 Elastics

490, 491, 539, 540, 591, 592,

645, 646 Elevators.

789 Emeralds

363 Enery, and emery on tissue or paper. 364, 402 Engines, steam

800 Erasers, india rubber.

893 Ethers, fruit, etc.

691, 692 Excelsior

200 Eyeglasses

433 Faience

435-437 Fans

102-106, 219, 225, 765, 766,

853 Fats, animal

23 Feathers.

35, 36, 890 Feculæ

173 Felts

577-580 Firearms

810 841 Fire bricks

399 Fire clay

376 Fish

11, 13, 42 Flint

369 Flour

175 Flowers: Artificial, and articles for

858, 889, 890 Medicinal..

164, 164a Natural..

162 Fodder

163 Frames, umbrella, eto

790 Fruits and cereals

129–151 Fur, bearer. Furs, prepared.

78 Furniture

247-252, 284, 341

857

377 20, 29, 30, 32, 113, 157

76 41

312 483, 532 213, 214, 223

914-918 164, 1640

34 319

48

161 21, 109

871

469, 519, 566, 625

697 894 191

Harness
Ham
Hammers
Handkerchiefs
Handles
Hats..
Herbs, medicinal
Hideg.
Hoes..
Honey
Hops
Horn, and manufactures of
Hose, rubber.
Hosiery..
Hyposulphite of soda..
Ice.
Indigo.
Industrial producis and manufac-

tures.
Ink, writing
Instruments:

Musical..

Scientific
Insulators
lodine
Iodoform
Iron, and manufactures of.
Isinglass
Ivory, and manufactures of'.
Jet, and manufactures of
Jewelry
Lace, and articles of

816

67-123

726

795 794 417 729

730 304-343

61 27, 111 357, 394 256-259, 283, 283a

453, 504, 552, 602, 613

797

46 373, 391

291 67-77, 79 164, 10fa

73 789 759 321

Lamps, miners'
Lard...
Lava, and manufactures of
Lead..
Leather, articles of
Leaves, medicinal.
Leggings
Lifts.
Lime
Linchpins
Linen, hemp, and similar vegetable

tibers, and manufactures of..
Linings, hat
Liqueurs
Lycopodium
Lyes..

128, 128a, 497-545

891 737 160 699

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216

Machetes ...

319 Machinery and apparatus

784-814a Magnesium

350 Maize

143 Manganese, peroxide of

370 Maps and charts

769 Marble, and manufactures of.

367, 367a, 389, 389a,

404, 406 Masks..

339, 872 Masts.

220 Matches

695 Matches, slow and quick, for mines..

848 Mats....

236 Matter, vaccinal

66 Mattresses.

875, 876 Meal, potato

173a Meat.

10, 12 Mechanisms, piano

799 Meerschaum, manufactures of.

393 Mercury

347 Metals.

253-354 Milk.

44. 45 Millstones

410 Minerals..

253-269,

293-295 Mirrors.

421-430 Models or patterns for artistical purposes

885 Molasses.

176 Morphia, and salts of

701 Mosaics.

408 Moss

162 Mother of pearl, and manufactures of

28, 112 Moulds for artistical purposes

885 Movements, clock and watch

803-805 Mucilage

696 Muftles

409 Musk

38 Nails

340 Needles, railway

332 Nickel.

351 Night lights

904 Nitrates

702, 716 Nuts, iron.

340 Oars

217 Oats

133 Ochre..

368 Oils.

50, 64 168, 169, 178, 182-187,378,

379, 651, 854 Oilcloth.

919, 920 Olives

129 Opium

181 Orchil

196, 703 Ores

253,

254, 269, 304 Oxen.

5 Paint boxes.

869 Paintings.

909 Paper, and manufactures of'.

742-783 Paste: Articles of..

221 Mineral polishing.

385 Pastes: Alimentary

177 Lozenges, etc., medicinal.

705 Pastilles, alkaloid!

724 Pearls

33 Pears, electric light.

788 Pegs, shoe

212 Pencil holders

798 Pencils

401, 414 l'enholders

912 l'epper..

144 Pepsin.

706 Perfumery

908 Permanganate of potash..

707 Phormium tenax.

128a Phosphorus..

694 Picks

319

Pictures

770, 772 Pile drivers

806 Pillows

875, 876 Pipes

317, 318, 415 Pita

1280 Plants: Artificial

910 Live

149 Plates, photographic..

708 Plows

313 Plumbago.

374 Poison for preparing hides.

727 Poles, telegraph, etc.. Polish

672 Polonies

41 Pork.

10 Potash, caustic

718 Potassium

352 Potato meal.

173a Poultry.

10 Powder: Blasting

849 Bronzing

287 Gun

850 Powders, medicinal

709 Preserves.

171 Presses, printing, etc

808 Primers...

845 Products, mineral

378-386 Pumice stone

373 Pumps.

787 Purl

255 Pyroxylin

851 Quinine

711 Rags..

246 Rails

332 Rakes

319 Ramie

128 Regulus

345 Requisites, fencing

73 Resins

180 Rings. Rivets

340 Roots, medicinal

164, 1640 Rope

237 Rubies

363 Rushes, articles of

228, 229 Sacerdotal ornaments.

638-640 Sacks..

233 Saddles

67 Saffron

152 Salt....

712 Saltpeter

716 Salts of baryta, eto

714, 715 Sand..

356 Sand on tissue or paper.

402 Sandals

226, 227 Sapphires.

363 Sashes.

629 Sausages. Screws.

340 Scythes.

319 Sealing wax.

900 Seed, cara way

130 Seeds: Alimentary

145 For agriculture

151 Medicinal.

148, 148a Shapes, hat

855 Sharpeners, knife

859 Shawls

474a, 4740, 487-489, 536538, 608-610,

642-646 Sheaths for umbrellas and paragols..

892 Sheets of asbestos, carrboard, and tarred tow, for roofs.

901 Shellfish.

13, 42 Shovels Sickles

319 Side arms.

839 Sieves and riddles

873

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Alphabetical list of the principal yoods enumerated in the tariff-Continued.

Articles.

Tariff number.

Articles.

Tariff number.

717 62, 600-611

Silicates..
Silk, and manufactures of..
Silk with admixture of other mate.

rial, and manufactures of.
Silver leaf, for silvering
Size for tissues
Skins, prepared.
Slate, and manufactures of
Sleepers, railway
Slippers

612-650

265
659

72
411-414
211, 332

80-85, 878, 879

285 212 899 698 718

353 288, 302

319 365 434

22 340

662, 663, 731, 732

215
55, 56

329
189

57
304-343

842

863 355-416

372

Smalt
Snuft
Soap

Medicinal.
Soda, caustic
Sodinim
Solders
Spades.
Spar.
Spectacles and telescopes.
Spermaceti
Spikes.
Spirits...
Spokes, carriage wheel.
Sponges
Springs, steel, for carriages
Starch.
Stearin
Steel, and manufacturey of.
Sticks, sworil, gun, and air.
Sticks, walking
Stopes and earths..
Stones, precious
Stoppers:

Cork.

Wooden Stoves, cooking. Stoves of fire clay. Straw, and manufactures of. Strings, inusical. Stucco or plaster, manufactures of.. Sugar.. Sugar, milk and medicinal Sulphates. Sulphide of carbon Sulphites. Sulpho oleine Sulphur Sweetmeats... Tablets, hypodermic. Tacks. Talc Tannin Tapestry Tar Tartar, raw Tassels

Tiles

395, 400, 415 Tin, and manufactures of'.

291, 236, 336 Tin, oxide of..

710 Tinsel

285 Tissues

119, 261, 262, 452467. 503-515, 552-560, 602

604, 613-619 Thread

447-450,

500-502. 601 Tobacco

165,

166, 240-243 Tools, artisans

793 Toothpicks

118 Tortoine shell, and manufactures of.. 17, 108 Tow, antiseptic

690 Toys, automatic..

796 Trimmings, etc

479481, 528-530,

576, 581, 582 Tubes, brass, etc.

290 Tube

210 Turbines

787 Turpentine.

187 Umbrellas and parasols..

484.5:33,

588, 607, 641 Uprights, telegraplı, etc

216 Vaccinal matter

66 Vanilla

147 Varnishes

670 Vaseline

386 Vegetable materials

124-252 Vehicles

815-838 Velocipedes.

838 Vinegar

738-739 Wafers, for letters.

906 Watches...

811-814a Waters:

Aromatic
Mineral..

733 Wax....

52.

193, 382, 384 Whalebope, and manufactures of.

15, 107 Wheat..

146 Whetstones

407 Whips..

902 White metal, and ianufactures of.

266

268, 270-290 White, Spanish.

361 Wicking

238, 451 Wines

740-7410 Medicinal.

728 Wire

255, 270-273, 307, 308, 310,

311, 314, 334 Wood, and manufactures of..

201-224 Wood pulp..

198 Wool, and manufactures of.

16, 25,

26, 546-599 Wrappers, straw, for bottles..

231 Yarns

446, 499

550, 551, 612 Yeast..

700 Zinc, and manufactures of.

295, 298, 301, 303

660

156 218 340a

409 158, 228, 229

117, 883 377, 390

170
668. 669
719, 720

723
721
722
358
171
724
340
375
199

907
188, 380

725 470, 471, 520, 521, 567, 568, 626-628

167 154 884 434 921

Tea.
l'easels
Teeth, artificial.
Telescopes.
Tento..

SUPPLEMENT TO MEXICAN TARIFF OF JULY, 1898.

DECREE OF JUNE 6, 1898, GRANTING FREE ENTRY TO CERTAIN Goods IMPORTED

FOR ACCOUNT OF THE FEDERAL OR STATE GOVERNMENTS.

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ART. 2. The Federal Executive may only exempt from the payment of import duties the following articles:

1. Arms and munitions of war destinel to the national army and navy or io the States of the Federation, provided that, for the latter, the respoctive governors

request free admission thereof after having been duly authorized by the legislative bodies of the States they represent.

II. Wire for the Federal telegraph lines.

III. Rolling stock anal material for the construction, working, and repair of the National Tehuantepec railway, provided it concerns similar articles specially enumerated as duty-free in the railway concessions granted to private enterprises.

ART. 3. According to the stipulations of the foregoing article 2, in case articles not specified in above paragraphs are imported for account of the Federal or State Governments, hey shall be subject to the duties leviable hereon, unless specially exempted by act of Congress, and said articles shall be liable to the same formalities as goods belonging to trade or private persons.

The present decree shall enter into force on July 1, 1898. It shall apply to goods shipped by vessels which entered into port on the 30th instant atter midnight, even should they have called at any other Mexican port prior to that date, and likewise to goods imported across the frontiers and entered in the custom-houses on the above-mentioned date and hour.

CENTRAL AMERICA.

BRITISII JIONDURAS.

Replying to tariff circular, I have to report that there are no export duties levied on the trade of this colony or bounties paid on its products. The tariff may be said to be for revenue ouly, and is levied on the mer. chandise of all countries alike.

I send, under separate cover, copies of the tariff now in force, and a copy of chapter 17 of the Consolidated Laws of the Colony relating to the customis.

ALBERT E. MORLAN, Consul, BELIZE, August 16, 1897.

CONSOLIDATED LAWS OF BRITISH HONDURAS.

SECTION INDEX.

Section.

Section. Interpretation of terms.. 1 Duty on damaged goods

30 Appointment of onlicers... 2 Officers to examine damage

31 Employees are oflicers 3 Landing of goods

32 Punishment for taking gratuity 4 Unauthorized removal of goods.

33 Declaration by oflicers

5
Readmission of goods duty free

34 Ottice hours... 6 Importer's risk to unship goods

35 Collector to administer oath 7 Breaking seals, locks, etc...

36 Perjury 8 Seizure of obscene prints, eto..

37 Agents to slow authority 9 : Spirits, cordials, etc

38 Stationing ollicers on board. 10 Entry outward..

39 Master's report and manifest

11-12 Clearance on accounting for inward cargo.. 40 Bringing to

13 Bond to export goods Powers of officery on board

Exporting vessel imust be at least fivo tons. 42 Deposit of duty in case of dispute as to Exporting warehoused goods

43 rate.

15 How exports made. Report on arrival

16

Regulating the carriage of bouded goods. 45 Bill of entry

17 Regulating times of departure of ship with Duty by ineasure, weight, etc. Entry. 18 bonded goods

46 Salo of goods on refusal of duty

19 Penalty for infringement of last two secUndervalued goods 20 tions

47 Entry of goods for warehousing. 21 Penalties on nonexportation

48 Account of bullion, coin, etc 22 Penalty on breaking scal, lock, etc

49 Declaration where entry imperfect.

Ship's clearance..

50 Goods entered by bill of sight not to be de

Whero no bond, goods to be accounted for.. 51 livered unless iluty is paid or deposited.. 24 Coasting trade

52 Gooils to be taken to Queen's warehouse in Coasting ship.

53 default of perfect entry in certain time, Reporting dutiablo goods

54 etc... 25 Bonds....

55 Entry by importers. 26 Bonds of minors valid

56 Entry tv titke goods from warchonso 27 Duty ascertained by samples

57 Penalty for noncompliance with law as to Penalties for false papers

58 entry... 28 Ports and landing places.

59 Unauthorized entries 29 Importations for army and navy

60

Consolidated laws of British Honduras-Continued.

SECTION INDEX-Continued.

78

Section. Refund of duties to contractors..

61 Pecuniary allowances to naval and military officers. Commutation

62 Allowances paid on return to be furnished by the commanding officer

63 Exemptions from import duty (military) 64 Importations for governor

65 Forfeit of goods....

66 Duties on ships' stores..

67 False declarations

68 Goods for home consumption

69 Intlammable goods...

70 Abandoned goods.... Queen's warehouses...

72-73 Removal of warehoused goods.

74 Accounts of warehoused goods

75 Sale after two years' warehousing

76 Lost and destroyed goods....

77 Duties on spirits and tobacco Removal of goods..

79 Misconduct of officers

80 Fraudulent opening of warebouses.

81 Clearing gools..

82 Resorting and packing, goods

83 Fire or inevitable accident.

84 Warehoused goods..

85 Bringing to ships, etc..

86 Firing into vessels...

87 Ships found light..

83 Ships removing goods.

89 False bulkheads

90 Boats alongside..

91 Unslipping goods without duty paid.

92 Concealed goods

93-94 Goods illegally removed

95 Seizures

96 Searching the person.

97 Penalties.

98 Searching houses

99

Section. Writs of assistance...

100 Seizures taken to custom house.

101 Illegally importing, unshipping, etc., pen. alties.

102 Value of goods for penalties

103 Detaining the person

104 Detaining on escapes

105 Stopping carts, etc., to search.

106 Assembling to smuggle...

107 Runuing goods with arms..

108 Obstructing and assaulting officers

109 Disposal of seizures

110 Suits for penalties

111 Informations and summonses.

112 Convictions

113 Comiitments...

114 Writs of certiorari and habeas corpus.

115 Condemnation of ships, etc..

116 Onus probandi

117 Delivery of forfeited ships...

118 Adjudication of forfeitures.

119 Claims of bona fide owners

120 Bonds..

121 Protection. Public officers' vexatious suits 122 Apprehension and bail.

123 Arrests ..

124 Dispute as to payment of duties

125 Averments in proceedings

126 Evidence...

127 Limitation of suits

128 Escaped persons

129 Collusion of officers

130 Bribes to officers

131 Hearing of complaints, etc.

132 Penalties and informers.

133 Restoration of goods, remission of fines, eto 134 Regulations...

135 Schedules.

4. If any officer, clerk, or person acting in any office in or belonging to the customs shall take or rereive any fee, perquisite, or gratuity or reward, whether pecuniary or otherwise, directly or indirectly, from any person (not being a person duly appointed to some offico in the customs) on account of anything done or omitted to be done by him, or in any way relating to his said office or employment, except such as he shall receive by permission of the governor, every such officer, clerk, or other person so offending shall

, on proof thereof, be liable to be dismissed from his office; and if any person shall give, offer, or promise to give any snch fee, perquisite or reward, such person shall, for every offense, forfeit a sum not exceeding $500.

8. Upon examinations and inquiries made by the collector or other person . appointed by the governor to make such examinations and inquiries for ascertaining the truth of the facts relative to the customs of the conduct of officers or persons employed therein, any person examined before him or them shall deliver testimony on oath or aftirination to be administered by such collector, or other person as shall examine such person, and every person so examined, or who shall mako oath or attirniation under and in pursuance of the last preceding section, who shall be convicted of making a false oath or attirmation tonching any of the facts so testified on oath or affirmation, or of giving false evidence on oath before such collector or other person in conformity to the directions of this chapter, shall be deemed guilty of perjury and shall be liably to the pains and penalties thereof.

10. It shall be lawful for the collector to station an ofticer or officers on board any ship in any part of the colouy, and the master of every ship on board which an officer is so stationed shall provide every such officer sufficient room under the deck for his bed or bammock, and with suitable board, and in case of neglect or refusal so to do, every such master shall forfeit a sum not exceeding $100.

11. The master of every sbip arriving from parts beyond tho seas at any port in this colony, whether laden or in ballast, shall within twenty-four hours after such arrival personally appear at the custom-house at such port, and there make a report apıl manifest in writing in the form Schedule A hereto annexei containing the several particulars indicated in or required thereby, or in such form as the collector shall from time to timu prescribe, and shall make and subscribe a declaration to the truth

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