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Zinc and Zinc Wares-continued.

plates, wire, free, zinc wares, lacquered, painted or not, 5% a v; l. Zinc in pigs and old broken articles free, rolled in plates and sheets, 1'7, zinc wares, gilt, £1 198 7d, wares neither gilt nor silvered, decorated or varnished 5/11), wares neither gilt nor varnished, but with ornaments or varnish of any kind 19/9); J. Spelter and zinc 60 cents per 100 catties; M. Per kilo, manufactures of zinc, of all kinds g w o'20, zinc sheeting g w o'07; NI. Zinc, rough and rolled, including plates and sheets for roofing, bolts and nails free, zincwork, either lacquered or painted 10% a v; NIC. Per lb, zinc in plates and sheets, all articles 5d; N. Zinc in plates, bolts, bars, and pipes, nails, wire free, zinc wares, gilt, silvered or plated

£i 198 6d, bronzed, varnished, lacquered or painted 19/9, castings Per. weighing over 55 lbs each, free, other zinc wares, 8/6; Per. Ingot PR. or bar, sheets 20%, manufactures 45%; PR. The same rates as those P. upon tin and manufactures ; P. Per kilo, zinc, manufactured in

sheets or perforated for building, &c.,' finished or unfinished 27 r, ditto, not elsewhere specified 60 r, in bars or ingots free; R. Unwrought in any form, filings, old broken articles, zinc in sheets and hammered, free, articles of zinc painted, varnished or not with or without relief or other ornaments combined or not with common materials but neither gilt nor silvered, also articles of various alloys imitating bronze z os rod. (NOTE.- Articles

comprised in this paragraph if gilt or silvered pay a surtax of 50% in Rus. addition to the duty of L2 os rod.) Rus. Zinc in blocks 3u11,in

sheets 6'11,t zinc 'sheets, nickel-plated and polished, £6 75 6d

per poud ; zinc wares not painted nor polished 10/10, f painted or Sal.

polished [1 7s id;t Sal, in bars, sheets, g wild per 1b; 8. Zinc bars, lumps or cakes 2/ol, plates or sheets, wire and nails 5/6), zinc wares plain or lacquered 975, ditto gilt silvered or nickelled 18/3 ; Sn. Zinc and spelter unwrought and in plates, sheets or nails for sheathing ships, free, wares not painted nor lacquered, 3/11), ditto painted or lacquered, 19/9, ditto gilt, silvered or plated 1 195 60; Sz. Zinc cast in pigs or blocks, also filings and old broken articles ad, rolled or drawn, in sheets or wire, 7)d, zinc ware, not polished nor

painted 2/101, polished, painted or varnished 6/6; T. All kinds 8% USC a v; USC. Per kilo, not manufactured, in sheets, including zinc Ven.

for covering roofs, and as tubes, 24d, manufactured 1/8; Ven. 3rd class, unmanufactured and zinc white, 4th, wire and manufactured, not specified.

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IV.-TARIFF OF THE UNITED STATES. Under an Act to Reduce the Revenue and Equalise Duties on

Imports, and for other Purposes; approved October 1, 1890. Note.--c, =cent; $=dollar ; p.c., a.v. = per centum, ad valorem.

DUTIABLE LIST.
SCHEDULE A.-CHEMICALS, Oils, AND PAINTS.

Acids.
Acetic or pyroligneous-

Not exceeding specific gravity of 1'047 ........ per lb. ic.

Exceeding specific gravity of 1'047 ............ »
Boracic ..........
Chromic .....
Citric ...

IOC.
Sulphuric or oil of vitriol......
Tannic or tannin...........
Tartaric.......

Alcohols and Alkalis.
Alcoholic perfumery-

Including cologne and toilet waters .......per gallon $2 & 50 p.C., a.v.

Alcoholic compounds not specially provided for, $2 & 25 P.C., a.v Alumina, alum, alum cake, patent alum, sulphate of

alumina, and aluminous cake and alum in crystals or ground ........................................ per ID.

6-10C. Ammonia-Carbonate ............

c. Muriate or sal-ammoniac...

Sulphate .................. Blacking of all kinds .....

25 p.c., a.v. Blue vitriol or sulphate of copper ...

20. Bone charcoal for decolourising sugars ..

25 p.c., a.v. Borax-Crude or borate of soda or borate of lime.... per lb.

3. Refined borax...........

SC. Camphor, refined ...........

40. Chalk-Prepared, precipitated, French, and red .... is

1C. All other chalk preparations ........................ 20 P.C., a. V Chloroform

......... per lb. 250.

Coal Tar Preparations. All coal tar colours or dyes......

35 P.C., a.v. All preparations of coal tar, not colours or dyes .......... 20 P.C., a.v. Cobalt oxide ......

........ per lb.

30C. Collodion and all compounds of pyroxyline .......

50C. Rolled or in sheets, but not made up into articles

60c. If in finished or partly finished articles ........

6oc. & 25 P.C., a. V Colouring for brandy, wine, beer, or other liquors ........ 50 P.C., a. V Copperas or sulphate of iron ...................... per Ib.

3.10C Drugs, such as barks, beans, berries, balsams, buds, bulbs,

and bulbous roots, and excrescences, such as nut-galls, fruits, flowers, dried fibres, grains, gums, and gum resins, herbs, leaves, lichens, mosses, nuts, roots and stems, spices, vegetables, seeds (aromatic, not garden seeds), and seeds of morbid growth, weeds, woods used expressly for dyeing, and dried insects, not edible, but advanced in value or condition by refining, grinding, or manufacture, and not specially provided for in this Act .............. 10 P.C., a.v. Ethers-Sulphuric

................ per lb. 40C. Spirits of nitrous ether.........

25C. Fruit ethers, oils, or essences....

5OC.
Ethers .........................
Extracts and decoctions of logwood other dye woods, sumac,
other barks, for dyeing or tanning

....-...per Ib.
Of hemlock...............
Gelatine, valued not above 7c. per Ib..
Above 7c. and not above 30c......

25 p.c., a.v. Above 30C. ....................

30 P.C., a.v.

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Glue, valued not above 7c. per Ib.

........per Ib. Above 7c. and not above 30c........

Above 30c....
Isinglass or fish glue, valued not above 7c. per lb. .. per lb.

Above 7c. and not above 30c....

Above 3oC. ...
Glycerine, crude, not purified

per lb.
Refined...
Indigo, extracts or pastes of .........

Carmined .....
Ink and ink powders, print
Iodine, resublimed

...... per lb.
lodoform ....................."
Licorice extracts, in pastes, rolls, or other forms....
Magnesia, carbonate, medicinal ...........

Calcined ..........................

Sulphate, or Epsom salts..............
Morphia or morphine and all salts thereof..........per oz.

• Oils.
Alizarine assistant, or soluble oil or oleate of soda or Turkey
red oil, containing 50 p. c. or more of castor oil.per gall.

Containing less than 50 p. c. ................ 1

All other ........... .
Castor oil ...................................... per gall.
Cod liver oil..
Cottonseed oil ................ per gallon of 78 lbs. weight
Croton oil.....
Flaxseed, or linseed and poppyseed oil, raw, boiled, or
oxidized ............

...... per gallon of 71 lbs. weight
Fusel oil, or amylic, alcohol.
Hempseed oil and rapeseed oil .................. per gall.
Olive oil for salad purposes .....
Peppermint oil.....
Seal, herring, whale, and other fish oil ..........per gall.
Opium, aqueous extract, laudanum, liquid preparations....
Opium containing less than 9 per cent of morpbia and
opium prepared for smoking .................... per Ib.

Paints, Colours, and Varnishes. Baryta, sulphate, or barytes (including barytes earth, unmanufactured ..........

......... per ton Manufactured .... Blues, such as Berlin, Prussian, Chinese, containing ferr 3.

cyanide of iron, dry or ground, in or mixed with oil, or

in pulp or mixed with water (on material ex water) per lb. Blanc-fixe, or satin white, or artificial sulphate of barytes Black-Bone, ivory, or vegetable lampblack.............. Chrome yellow, green and all other chromium colours in

which lead and bichromate of potash or soda are component parts, dry or mixed with oil, per lb...

In pulp or mixed with water, then on material when dry
Ochre and ochery earths, sienna, umber, dry ......per 16.

Ground in oil ................................ 1)
Ultramarine blue ....
Varnishes, gold size or japan ....

Other varnishes ..........
In addition, on spirit varnishes, for the alcohol con.
tained therein ........

.....per gall.
Vermilion red and colours containing quicksilver .... per lb.
Wash blue, containing ultramarine ................ )
Whiting and Paris white, dry ......

Ground in oil or putty .......
Zinc, oxide, dry ...

Ground in oil ...
All other paints and colours, whether dry or mixed, or

ground in water or oil, including lakes, crayons, smalts,
and frostings, not specially provided for in this Act, and

artists' colours of all kinds, in tubes or otherwise ........ All paints and colours, mixed or ground with water or solu

tions other than oil, and commercially known as artists' water colour paints....

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Lead Products.
Acetate, white .................................. per lb.

Brown ..........
Litharge ....
Nitrate ....
Orange mineral ...
Red lead ........
White lead and white paint containing lead ........
Phosphorus ........

Potash.
Bichromate and chromate ....

..... per lb.
Caustic or hydrate, refined in sticks or rolls ........
Hydriodate, iodide and iodate ....
Nitrate, saltpetre, refined
Prussiate, red ..............
Yellow .............

Preparations.
Medicinal preparations of which alcohol is a component, or

in preparing which alcohol is used .............. per lb.
Of which alcohol is not a component

. .. ......... Proprietary preparations of which alcohol is not a

component ..................

Calomel and other mercurial preparations...
Alkalies, distilled, essential and expressed oils and all

chemicals, compounds and salts not specially provided for
Toilet preparations for hair, mouth, teeth or skin ......
Santonine and salts containing 80 p.c. of ..... ....per Ib.
Soap-Castile ................................... ”

Fancy, perfumed and toilet ......
All others .....

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Soda.
Bi.carbonate, supercarbonate, saleratus ............ per lb.
Hydrate or caustic soda
Bichromate and chromate ..
Sal soda or soda crystals and soda ask..
Silicate of soda ...
Sulphate, salt cake, nitre cake....

......... per ton
Sponges......
Strychnia and all salts thereot.

.....per oz. Sulphur, refined ..

..... per ton
Sublimed, or flowers of ...
Sumac, ground ...................

per lb.
Tartar, cream of, and patent tartar ...
Tartars and lees crystals, part refined.
Tartarate of soda and potassa, or Rochelle salts ....

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SCHEDULE B.-EARTHS, EARTHENWARE AND GLASSWARE.

Brick and Tile. Firebrick, plain.........

............. per ton $c 25 Glazed, enamelled or decorated........

45 p.c., a.v. Tiles and brick (not fire brick) plain...

25 p.c., a.v. Ornamented.....

45 p.c., a.v. Encaustic......

45 p.c., a.v.

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Cement, Lime and Plaster. Roman, Portland, hydraulic, in barrels or packages, including weight of package ................ per 100 lbs.

In bulk ......

Other cement ....
Lime, including weight of package....

kage............ per 100 lbs. Plaster of Paris or gypsum, ground ... .....per ton.

Calcined..................
Clays or earths, unmanufactured.

Wrought or manufactured
China clay or kaolin .......

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