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sugar 62 145 2d, chocolate 63 185 rod, with an addition of 20% on each rouble of duty leviable ; 8. Cocoa, caracas and the like £175 2d, Guayaquil and the like 19/97, transitory duty in addition to the above 6/6, chocolate £1 6s 5d; &n. Cocoa 16/11, chocolate £1 8s 3d ; Sz. Cocoa 7d, ditto in powder and chocolate 6/6; T. 8% a v;
Ur. Chocolate 44% a v, in paste o-30 per kilo. Coffee.-A. Raw 2 os 8d per cwt, imported by sea 61 175 7), roasted
£2 ios iod; Ar. Per kilo 8C; B. 4/0), roasted 534; D. Raw 14/1), roasted and coffee substitutes 16/51; F. Husks and berries £3 35 5d, roasted or ground £4 4s 64d ; G. Raw Er os 4d, roasted or ground 61 55 5d; Gr. Raw or roasted kr 5s 7bd; H. Free ; 1. Raw £2 16s id, roasted 4 Is 3d, chicory 3/3: N. 33' 4 per kilo; Nic. In beans or ground afd; P. Husks and berries from Portuguese possessions 18 34, husks and berries from all other places £1145 3d, roasted or ground and chicory £2 143 104d; Rus. Coffee and chicory 41 9s 7d ; 8. All kinds, conventional tariff 17/101, general tariff LI os 4d, ditto transitory duty 10/111; Sn. Raw 14/8, roasted and chicory 19/9; Sz. Raw 1'5, roasted 1/10, chicory 3/3;
T. 8% av. Coke.-See Coal, Cinders, and Patent Fuel. Combs.-See Indiarubber and Gutta Percha. Confectionery, per cwt.--A. £2 gs 8d; Ar. Biscuits of all kinds 9 cts per kilo,
preserved fruits 45% a v; B. Sweetmeats (see Sugar, Refined), other kinds 10/2; Br. 500 per kilo and 30%, jams 100 per kilo and 30%, crystallised jams 850; C. Confectionery, conserves in sugar, sugar of all kinds 35% a v; Ch. Almonds o*4*5'0 per pecul, biscuits all kinds free, preserves, comfits and sweetmeats, 100 catties o‘5'0'0; D. 16/6; F. Without sugar or honey 3/3, preserved with sugar or honey and marmalade 11/, sweetmeats L1 35 7d; G. LI cos 6d : Gr. £4 16s; H. £us ad ; 1. Plain biscuits 16/3, confectionery and preserves with sugar or honey. 1 165 2d, bread and ships' biscuits 3/73; M. Sweets of all kinds l.w. 100; Ni. Fruits not specially classified 5% a v; Nic. Per lb. Confectionery and all kinds of sweets 5d, preserved olives and capers id, syrup and jelly, of any kind sd, confections, bonbons, preserved fruits, pastilles, in wrappers and packets sd, sweetmeats, residues of brown sugar, in loaves or cakes id, fruit essences for syrups 2'1, macaroni and other farinaceous pastes such as sea biscuits &c. fd, dried fruits not preserved 3d, fruits of all kinds in sugar, honey or rossolis 40: N. Cakes, biscuits, and preserves £1 2s 7d, other kinds 41 6s 4d, apricot kernels 91d per kilo; P. In syrup 1715, dry & I lis 2d; R. Bon-bons, syrups, &c. £4 15 3d, fruit preserved in sugar, ordhoney preserves, marmalade, &c., 62 125 rod: Rus. Cakes and biscuits, gw kl 148 6d, other kinds 23 18s rod*; S. £1 14s6d; Sn. 61 6s 6d; Sz. Cakes 2 2-82, biscuits and fancy pastry without sugar 6/1'15, articles prepared with kola, with label E1 195 7d, kola in powder, boxes &c. without label 6/4, galettes, biscuits, and pastilles of kola
19/91; T. 8% av; Ur. Biscuits all kinds, and sweetmeats 44% av. Cooked Beef.--See Beef, Salted. Copper and Brass.-See Brass and Copper. Copper Sheets.-See Brass and Copper. Copper Wares.-See Brass and Copper. Copperas, per cwt.-A. Sulphate of iron (green copperas) 2}d, other kinds
1/64; B. All kinds free; Ch. I mace per pecul; b. All kinds free; F. Sulphate of copper :'21, sulphate of iron 3d, sulphate of quinine £5 28 60; G. All kinds free; Gr. Free ; H. All kinds free' ; !. All kinds ofd; N. All kinds free; Nic. Green copperas or sulphate of iron d per lb; P. All kinds 7d ; R. Free ; Rus. Green copperas 2/2, other kinds 4/11 with an addition of 20% on cach rouble of duty leviable; Sal. id per Ib; S. Sulphate of iron (green copperas) 74d, other kinds 4o, sulphate of copper free;
Sn. All kind free z. All kinds 11d; T.8% a v. Cordage and Twine, per cwt.-A. Ropes, cables, cords, also bleached, tarred
5i per 100 kilos, all other ropemaker's wares 18A. (Note.-Cocoa and similar fibres twisted into ropes for the manufacture of mats, &c., when fulfilling all conditions imposed by Government on receiving a permit, free.) B. Cordage free ; Br. Of cotton, in pieces, '120 per kilo and 30%, manufactured -150 per kilo and 30, of linen 250 per kilo and 30 C. Old free; Ch. Manilla 100 carties o'3'5*o; D. 241;
Cordage and Twine-continued.
F. Of esparto grass, lime tree bark and reed 1/67, other, measuring 2,000 metres or less, of single thread, to the kilogramme 6/1; G. Bleached or tarred 5 1, other kinds 12/2; Gr. Tarred or not 8/, of esparto grass 3/21; Hay, Ropes 63, twine 14/; H. Cordage free; I. of esparto, linden (tiglio) and the like 7*315d; J. i boo 25 cents per 100 catties; M. Ropes of aloes and hemp up to 3 centimetres in diameter or 94'2 millimetres in circumference free, iron and steel wire cables of any thickness free; NI. Ropes, &c., cables and rigging, and other cordage free ; N. Tarred and untarred ropes and twine over two millimetres in diameter free, other kinds 1 84; PR. Tackle and cordage 5 pesos 80 centavos per 100 kilos; P. Cordage, ropes, cables, and other articles for shipping, except metals, 80 r per kilo R. Cordage 18/3, twine E! gs 2d; Rus. 4/4 with an addition of 20% on each rouble of duty leviable; Sal. g w zid per Ib; S. 7/8; Sn. Cordage free, twine and string 11/4; $z. T wine 6/6, cordage 1/21; T. 8% av; USC. Cords for bridle rein (cotton) rod, tarred cords and ropes ad, other 1'8 per kilo.; Ur. Rope and twine
less than zin thickness 20%, a v. Corduroys.-See Woven Manufactures. Corn.-Ar. Rice and chintzes 15% a v, separated maize 4 c. per kilo; F. Maize
(in grain) per 100 kilos 24), maize flour 3/ut, rice, shelled 49, unshelled 2/45, rice Aour 6/4. dari and millet grain 2/41, flour 3/64, maize, rice and hard wheat for manufacture into starch free; I. Rice in husk £1 198 7d per ton, half-prepared £2 19$ 41d, cleaned £4,75 id; N. Maize flour, split or crushed 6d per 100 kilos; Nic. Pearl barley
of per lb, flourd per lb; P. Corn 0.850 per kilo. Corned Beef and Pork.--See Beef, Salted. Cotton, Yarns and Thread.-See Ya Thread (Cotton). Cotton (Woven Manufactures).–See Woven Manufactures (Cotton). Counterpanes.-See Woven Manufactures. Cretonnes. - See Woven Manufactures. Curtains.-See Woven Manufactures. Cutlery.--See Iron and Steel. Damasks.-See Woven Manufactures. Dimities.-See Woven Manufactures. Distilling Apparatus.-See Brass and Copper ; also Iron and Steel. Drain Pipes.-See Earthenware and Porcelain. Dredges.-See Ships and Boats. Driving Gloves.-See Hides and Skins. Druggeting.-See Woven Manufactures. Drying Oils.-See Grease. Earthenware and Porcelain, per cwt.-A. (a) All most common earthenware
not otherwise specified, bricks, tiles and earthen pipes, stoves and architectural ornaments of earthenware or terra-cotta free, (b) graphite vessels, gas retorts, crucibles, pipes, plates, jars and vessels for manu. facturing purposes, of common stoneware or fireclay 6d, (c) stoves and parts of stoves, and tiles for floors and walls other than of common earthenware 3/04, (d) earthenware included under (a) and (b) com. bined with wood and iron not polished or varnished 2/0$, (e) earthenware not otherwise specified, (i)of one colour or white 5/1,(2) of two or more colours: bordered, painted, printed, gilt or silvered 8/2, (!) porcelain, white 7/1, (g) (1) porcelain of all other kinds, plain or in combination with other materials 13/3, (2) fine earthenware of all kinds in combination with other materials 15/3; the new tariff makes the following changes--Common bricks (roof or wall) and earthen pipes. not glazed, free, glazed bricks and gutter tiles 6d per cwt, Chamotte goods, bricks of ordinary size each weighing up to
5 kilos, 6d, others 1/, paving materials and pipes made of common B. stone, also pipes made of glazed earth 1/; B. Crucibles and
retorts, bricks, tiles and drain pipes, also paving tiles free, common Br. earthenware 11d, fine earthenware and porcelain 10% a v; Br.
Medical instruments not otherwise distinguished, and parts 2,600 r, toys (children's) 1,000 r to 3,200 r, pipes, cigar and cigarette holders,
of clay or porcelain, with tubes of horn or wood 650 1; C. Earthen Ch. ware,' fine, porcelain 35% a v; Ch. Coarse chinaware o'4's'o,
per carties, fine o'g'o'ó pottery earthenware oʻo 50 ; Cor. D. Cor. Common stone and chinaware 7%, fine 10% a v; D. Bricks,
paving bricks, tiles and earthen pipes free, pottery of common earth
Earthenware and Porcelain--continued.
as gas retorts, crucibles, &c., including graphite crucibles 63d, ditto other kinds 2/4), earthenware or stoneware (faïence) terra-cotta or terralith, and tobacco pipes, gilt or silvered, with real or false gold
or silver 18'10, other kinds 21, porcelain, coloured, gilt or silvered E. F. for 178 8d, other kinds 18/10; E. 6d per kilo; F. Bricks, tiles and drain
pipes, common; crucibles and gas retorts, common earthenware, plain, glazed or not free, ditto glazed with decorations in bas-relief of one or more colours, flat or hollow 2'o), stoneware apparatus and articles for the manufacture of chemical products free, common, fat or hollow, as bottles, plates, flasks, household and kitchen utensils, &c. 1,7!, other plain and ornamental ware of fine paste, washed and baked 3/3, tiles, decorated or not, of different paste, grain or colour 121, tiles, not decorated, of one colour, paste and grain throughout 4fd, chinaware stanniferous, of coloured paste, with white and coloured glaze, with plain moulded ornaments. of one colour, not finished by hand free, with coloured glaze, printed or painted by hand or moulded in relief and finished by hand 4'10., fine, white or coloured, with a glaze of one uniform colour 33, painted and decorated, of one colour 3 '3, of several colours 4 101, porcelain,white, insulators 2 10}, ditto other kinds 401,
decorated, also parian or biscuit,white or coloured 8/2, decorated and G. of extra thickness 4/10); G. Common bricks, tiles, pipes, and pottery
unglazed free, firebricks 3d, glazed tiles and bricks, paving tiles, architectural ornaments, also of terra-cotta, glazed pipes, pans, jars and other vessels of common stoneware, common stove tiles, earthen. ware tobacco pipes, glazed pottery 6d, crucibles, retorts, fire-proof pipes and plates 1, other earthenware, except real or imitation porcelain, (1) of one colour or white 5'1, (2) of two or more colours, bordered, printed, painted, gilt or silvered 82, (3) in combination with other materials (provided such articles cannot be classified under the head of small ornamental wares) 8/2, (4)fine terra-cotta wares 5'1, porcelain and wares resembling porcelain parian, jasper, &c), (1) white 7/1, (2) coloured, bordered, printed, painted, gilt, silvered, also in combination
with other materials (provided such articles cannot be classified under Gr. the head of small ornamental wares) 15/3; Gr. Earthenware of all
sorts unglazed free, ditto glazed 1/3!, chinaware, white or of one colour, plain or with impressed designs 4'51, ditto of more than one colour or with gilding, designs in relief or other ornamentation 16!,
porcelain, common white articles 16', gilt or otherwise coloured or HI. ornamented £3 4s; fancy and artistic china 611 4s; HI. All kinds Hay. 10%, bricks free; Hay. Brick 1'3 per 1,000, stoneware, per crate,
I to 3 ft 4/4 each, 3 to 5 ft 16 8 each, per hogshead 20/10 each, china
ware, white and ordinary (as stoneware) fine itd per piece; H. H. Bricks and roofing tiles and crucibles free, moulds for sugar baking
5% a v, earthenware and porcelain of all kinds not otherwise enume
rated, including earthenware pipes for water supply, drain pipes, &c., 1. 5%; 1. bricks, tiles, drainpipes, &c. d, square roofing tiles
of Marseilles and Paris patterns and hollow bricks 7 d, pottery (terra-cotta), square tiles or bricks glazed or enamelled 1/21d, crucibles, oil jars, stoves, and similar coarse manufactures 1/27. statues and ornamental ware 7/38, majolica or wares of coloured clay covered with enamel or opaque varnish-tiles, slightly coloured and coarse stone wares 2/51, white or coloured or plain ground 4,01, variously coloured or decorated 5,'10, earthenwares or wares of white clay, white and fine stoneware 737, coloured, gilt or otherwise
decorated 102, porcelain white, 7/31. gilt or otherwise decorated M.
14/27; M. (per kilo). Manufactures of alabaster, marble or stucco, not elsewhere specified g w o'zo, manufactures of plaster of Paris or clay, not elsewhere specified, g w oʻ15, bricks, other than fire-bricks
1.80 per 1,000, stone mosaics for pavements g w o'oi per kilo, whet. NI.
stones and flints . w 9'05, gypsum g. wo10; N. Earthenware Nic. (baked) and porcelain 6%. a v, tiles and bricks free; Nic. Ad per 1b, N. brick 2-50 per 1b; N. Crucibles, mortars, filtering plates, retorts,
telegraph insulators, galvanic pans, drain pipes, stoves and stove pipes water pipes, &c, bricks and unglazed tiles 5/6) per 1,000, fine stoneware,
terra-cotta and terralith 3/11), porcelain and biscuit glazed tiles 8 11 per 1,000, common pottery and stoneware (crockery) un.
glazed and unpainted free, other kinds 1/10), chinaware (faience) and Per china of all kinds 13/; Per. Earthen, stone and chinaware 45% PR. PR. Tiles, coloured, for floors and walls, bricks, roof tiles, pipes, and
like articles r peso 15 per 100 kilos, stoneware and fine clay 5 pesos, P. porcelain 9 pesos; P. Earthenware 100 r per kilo, porcelain 220 r,
Earthenware and Porcelain-continued. R. ceramic products, not distinguished 2.r, firebricks free ; R. Com. mon potiery, including bricks, drain pipes tiles, &c. unglazed
on: chinaware (faiences) of all kinds, white or coloured, printed, gilt, sil. vered or not, plain or with designs or ornaments in relief 6/1), porcelain of all kinds, white or, coloured with one or several colours, printed, gilt, silvered or not, plain or with designs or ornaments in relief 12'3. fancy articles in porcelain, biscuit and faïences, such as vases, statu: ettes, inkstands, &c., candlesticks, lamps and similar articles, plain,
painted or gilt, or combined with bronze, carved wood, mosaic, &c. Rus. 15 is.qd ; Rus. Common earthenware and stoneware, as bricks,
fire-bricks tiles, slabs, drainage and water pipes 3d per cwt, ordinary bricks 1}d, pottery ware or stoneware of common clay, coloured or gilt for the decoration of rooms 10, 10, other kinds, as household utensils, &c. 22, earthenware (china) white and of one colour, dyed in the paste without ornaments, except a moulded pattern 8:4, with patterns, rings, borders and edges of one colour 10/10, painted or with gilt or variegated patterns £1 7s id, china rollers for millstones consisting of cylinders of china fixed to iron axles 4 '3} per poud, porcelain vessels, white or of one colour and with coloured or gilt edges or borders, but without other ornaments £2 3$ 4d, ditto painted or with coloured or gilt patterns, arabesques, flowers or other ornaments 64 6s 8d, articles of porcelain, such as vases, statuettes, candlesticks, table ornaments, &c. white or of one colour 14 6s 8d, painted, gilt or with bronzed ornaments £8 139 5d. Note-(1) Crests and cyphers are not considered ornaments, (2) packing cases in which china, &c. is imported, pay duty according to the material of which they are made
with an addition in each case of 20% on each rouble of duty leviable ; Sal. Sal. Per lb, Earthen, stone, and china ware, ordinary g w 2d, 8. imitation porcelain g'w 3d, fancy ware g w 7d ; 8. Roofing tiles
and bricks for building purposes sd per ton, tiles for walls and
floors, glazed, tubes, drain pipes, &c. 7 d per cwt, stoneware and 8n. fine earthenware 10/9, porcelain 15'3; &n. Earthenware, tiles,
paving, not exceeding three-quarters of an inch in thickness 1/84, ditto other kinds and bricks free, earthenware and terra-cotta not otherwise specified 3/11), stoneware or chinaware, white or of one
colour, not painted 5 8, painted or printed 9', porcelain, white or of Sz. one colour 13/7, gilt or painted with figures or fowers bi 6s 6d ; Sz.
Common bricks, pipes, plates, flags, not otherwise mentioned 0-489d, fire proof bricks, tiles, fagstones of common grey. 2.448d, tiles, bricks, smoked, slated, varnished, balusters and architectural orna. naments not otherwise mentioned 9/d, tiles or slabs of stone formed of one or two masses, but presenting only one colour, 9!d, enamelled ditto, of more tha one colour 3'11), pipes, plates, squares, oiled, varnished or grey, not otherwise mentioned not painted, without stamped designs, not polished, plain, or simply channelled, without raised ornaments, gas brackets from o'4896d to 91d, common earthen.
ware with grey or red fracture, glazed or not, common grey pottery, USC. crucibles, earthen pipes 91d; USC. (per kilog). Common earthen.
ware and stoneware in any form sd, porcelain ware and chinaware tod, empty jars or pots, bottles, flasks, or small flasks of earthen
ware for filling, and in general common pottery itd, tubes, pipes, Ur. and channels for pumps, drains, and roofs 2 d. Ur, tiles for rooting Ven. or flooring and plain tiles 20% a v; Ven. 2nd class tiles, bricks,
3rd class tobacco pipes, pottery not specified, 4th class flower pots, porcelain, chinaware and imitations, 5th class toys, images,
inkstands, paper-weights. Electric Lamps and Machinery.-A. £2 10/ per cwt ; B. machinery, cast
iron, 94d per cwt, if wrought iron or steel 1/7}, if copper 4'10,
of cast iron 251, incandescent lamps 7.6}, accessories 8/2 ; G. Machinery, if princi pally of cast iron 1/6 per cwt, if wrought iron 2/64, if other metal 401; Gr. Lamps 15/3, machinery free, lamps £1 12] ; H. Machinery free, lamps 5% av; 1. Machinery to 20-horse power 10/2 per cwt, over 20-horse power 66, lamps 12/2; N. Machinery free, lamps according to material of which made; P. Machinery if entire 3:55 per cwt, if in pieces 5/84, lamps, if glass, 61 55 2d; R. Lamps 64 35 per cwt, dynamos 61 14 6d ; 8. Dynamos 3'3 per cwt, lamps, glass, 14/1, porcelain 15'3; Şn. Same as Norway; Ti 8% a v.
Embroidered Wares.-See Woven Manufactures
Free; H. Free; 1.7ld; N. Free ; P. 5% a v; R. 4'1; Rus.
1/57; S. 2fd; Sn. Free'; Sz. id; T. 8% a v. Felt Hats.-See Hats. Firearms.- See Iron and Steel, Fire Bricks.--See Earthenware and Porcelain. Fireclay.-A. Free ; B. Free; D. Free ; F. Free; G. Free; Gr. Free: H.
Free; I. id per cwt ; N. Free ; P. Free: R. id cwt; Rus. Free ;
8. 6d per ton ; Sn. Free ; Sz. Free : T. 8% a v. Fire Engines.-See Iron and Steel, Fish, per cwt.-A. Fresh, except shell-fish, free, shell-fish 10,2 salted, smoked or
dried 3/0!, caviar 42 ios, fish' prepared in casks 15/3, fish Ar.
B. preserved in cases, bottles, &c. £2 os 8d ; Ar. Fresh free ; B. All
otherwise specified free, fish not otherwise mentioned, shell-fish
brine 50, fresh, in ice '50, preserved and prepared in any manner C. Ch. 600; C. Dried 35% av; Ch. 100 catties salt o'1'8oo, maws i'o'o'o, Cor. D. skins oʻz'o'o; Cor. fresh 5%, dried 71% a v; D. Fish, fresh oysters
3./61, ditto other kinds free, salted or smoked, dried or otherwise pre
served, anchovies, lampreys, salmon, sardines, caviar, mussels and E. F. oysters 7/1, other kinds 84d; E. 1/0$, codfish ad per kilo; F. Lobsters
fresh 201, ditto preserved 4/04, mussels and other shell-fish except oysters, free, oysters fresh, young (Naissain) free, ditto other 1, 2) per 1,000, ditto preserved 4/04 per cwt, cod, dried, salted or smoked 19/6, other kinds of sea fish, fresh 2/of, ditto smoked, salted, dried or preserved 4/03, fresh-water fish fresh free, ditto dried, salted, smoked or preserved 408; G. Fish fresh (except shell-fish) free, oysters and lobsters £ss sd per cwt gross, other marine shell-fish 12/2 gross, herrings salted (if in the ordinary barrels of commerce) 3/ per barrel, ditto if otherwise packed not per cwt, salted in casks (except herrings), dried, smoked or cured 1/61, preserved in vinegar, oil or spice, in casks 61), preserved otherwise and fish of all kinds in her.
metically sealed tins, &c. £r nos 6d, caviar and substitutes Gr. 43 165 2d; Gr. Fresh free, salted, smoked or dried, not otherwise
mentioned 971, sturgeons smoked or dried, shrimps, lobsters and other kinds of fish in boxes, prepared for consumption £3 48, cod
and stock fish 6/41, caviar, black 64 165, ditto red of all kinds 64 Hay. HI.
oysters 16s, all other shell-fish 17; herrings id per oke; Hi.
Free; Hay. Codfish 1,'8 per cwt, mackerel 2/1 per barrel, herrings, H.
alewives 21 per barrels, scalded 3d per box ; H. In hermetically1. sealed vessels box is 2d, other kinds free; I. Fresh free, dried
or smoked 201, in brine 253, pickled and prepared in oil or tinned Nic. 4104, caviar and other prepared fish roes 192; Nic. All kinds preserved N. in oil, vinegar, &c., 4d, dried or smoked, 2.d per 1b; N. Fish, sardines
and anchovies in oil 11/4, other, salted, smoked or preserved in oil or Per. in air-tight cases 61 28 7d, other kinds free ; Per. Dry and smoked PR. in case 15%; PR. Codfish and stockfish 1p 18 C, fish fresh, salted, P. smoked, pickled and shell-fish 1 p 18 c per 100 kilo; P. Per kilo, cod.
fish 39 r, sardines salted or pressed 4 r, not otherwise mentioned, un.
prepared, otherwise than for preservation 3 r, fish not elsewhere speci. R.
fied, salted, pressed, smoked, or pickled 10 r; R. Fish, fresh, salted, smoked or dried, except those specified below 18/3, mackerel, stock fish and herrings 6/15, salmon and salmon-trout smoked, also lobsters, oysters and other fish preserved in oil or vinegar ka as rod, tunny in brine 10/2, sardines in kegs 4/1, preserved fish roe £5, caviar, fresh,
of all fish <1 128 6d, ditto not distinguished 8/2, lobsters and oysters Rus. fresh 12/2, mussels and other shell-fish 2'of; Rus. Fish fresh (except
shell-fish), imported in Russian ships free, ditto foreign ships uidt per cwt gross, marinated and prepared in oil, also caviar El 198 5d, salted and smoked, except herrings 11/10, herrings salted or smoked, cod and all other fish kippered or air-dried 2/2, oysters, lobsters, crabs,
mussels 19/8, if imported in hermetically sealed vessels 61 195 sdt; Sal. Sal. In tins, gw sid, dried or salt, g w 3td per lb ; 8. Fresh
fish or with such an amount of salt as is indispensable for their preservation 7d per cwt, dried cod fish and stock fish, import duty 5'2, ditto transitory duty 123, salted, smoked or pickled, except sardines