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Earthenware and China. Earthenware, stoneware, crucibles, plain ......

25 p.c., a.v. China, porcelain, parian, bisque, earthen, stone, and

crockeryware, including plaques, ornaments, toys, charms, vases and statuettes, painted, tinted, 'stained, enamelled, printed, gilded, or decorated..

60 p.c., a.v. If plain white, not decorated ....

55 p.c., a.v. All other china and earthenware, including lava gas burner tips ..........

55 P.C., a.v. If ornamented....

60 p.c., a.v. ........... each $300

Glass and Glassware. Bottles, or demijohns, coloured or not, more than 1 pint,

per lb. From } pint to : pint .........

isc, Less than 3 pint...

....... per gross

50C. Flint, pressed, not decorated .........

60 p.c, a.v. Decorated............

60 p.C., a.v. Chemical glassware

45 p.c., a.v. Blown glassware......

60 p.c., a.v. Porcelain or opal ...

60 p.c, a.v. Glass, cut, engraved, ornamented, hand and table mirrors.. 45 p.c, a.v. Unpolished cylinder, crown and window glass not exceed. ing roin, by 15 in. square ...................... per 1b. Not exceeding bin. by 24in... » » 24in. by goin...,

1 24in. by 36in.. Aiľabove 24in. by 36in. ..........:: :: Cylinder and crown, polished, not exceeding 16in. by 24in.

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per sq. ft.
Ditto, not exceeding 24in. by join...........
24in. by boin...........

20C.
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" above that ........

40C. Fluted, rolled, or rough plate glass, not including crown, cylinder, or common window, not exceeding roin. by 15in.

per sq. ft.
Not exceeding ihin. by 24in. ..........
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4in. by goin, ........
All above ..........

2C. Plate glass, ground or smoothed, in addition to above

10 p.c., a.v. Cast, polished, plate glass, finished or unfinished, unsilvered, not exceeding roin. by 24in. .... ...... per sq. ft. Not exceeding 24in. by zoin. ............... , 24in. by coin. ..

25C

50C. Ditto, silvered and looking-glass plates, not exceeding rhin. by 24in. ....

..... per sq. ft. Not exceeding 24in. by join. ..............

» 24in. by boin. ........ All above ................................ "

6oc. No looking glass plates, or plate glass silvered, when framed, shall pay a less rate than that imposed upon similar glass not framed, but shall pay in addition thereto upon such frames the rate of duty applicable when imported separate.

All articles enumerated in the preceding par, if filled, and not otherwise provided for in this Act, and contents are subject to a.v. duty, the value of such bottles, vials, or other vessels shall be added to the value of the contents for the ascertainment of the dutiable value of the latter.

If filled, and not otherwise provided for in this Act, and the contents are not subject to an a.v. rate of duty, or are free, such bottles or other vessels shall pay, in addition to the duty on their contents, the rates of duty prescribed in the preceding par: Provided, That no article manufactured from glass described in the preceding par. shall pay a less rate of duty than 40 p.c., a Glass, ground, frosted, enamelled or otherwise decorated, in addition to above ...............................

IO P.C., a.v. Spectacles and eyeglasses .....

60 p.c., a.v. Lenses costing $1 500 per gross pairs, or less ......

60 p.c., a.v. Spectacles and eyeglass lenses, with edges ground, or bevelled to fit frames..................

60 p.c., a.v. All other lenses or glasses.......

45 p.c., a.v.

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Spon similar glass applicable when ied, and not other

Marble and Stone and Manufactures of Marble, rough or squared....

..... per cubic foot

65c. Veined marble, sawed or dressed (no slab computed less

than rin. thick). ........ .......... per cubic foot $1 10 Other manufactures of .

50 P.C., a.v. Burr stones .........

15 P.C., a.v. Freestone, granite, sandstone, limestone, building stone unmanufactured.

........ per cubic foot NIC. Hewn, dressed or polished . ........

40 P.c., a.v. Grindstones ......

................ per ton $1 75 Slate, mantels, slabs

30 p.c., a.v. Roofing slate ...........

25 P.C., a.v. SCHEDULE C.-METALS AND MANUFACTURES OF

Iron and Steel. Chromate of iron.....................

15 P.C., 2.V. Iron ore .........

...... per ton

75C. Iron sulphur ore containing not more than 31 p.c. of copper

per ton

75C.
More than 2 p.c. of copper, in addition on the
copper .......

........... per lb. Iron in pigs and kentledge, scraps ................ ,

3-IOC. Bar iron rin. wide fin. thick

8.10c. Round iron fin. diameter, and sq. iron not less than of iin. sq.......................

............. per lb.

9-. Bar, round and flat, less than above .....

IC. Round iron less than 7-16 in diameter....

1 I-IOC. Iron bars, blooms, billets made by charcoal fuel.... per ton $22 Iron structural shapes...........

..... per lb,

9-TOC. Plate iron not thinner than No. 10 wire gauge, valued at Ic. per lb.....

5-10C. Not above 1 4•10c. per Ib. .

65-100c. Not above 2c. per lb. ...

8- TOC.
Not above 3c. per Ib. ......

I I-IOC.
Not above 4c. per Ib. ..

Itc.
Not above 7c. per Ib...

2C.
Not above joc. per Ib.

2 8.100. Not above 13c. per lb. ........

33c. Above 13c. per Ib. ...

45 p.c., a.v. Forgings of iron or steel ..

2 3.100. Hoop, band and scroll iron not thinner than No. 10 wire gauge.......................

............. per lb. Not thinner than No. 20 ....

1 1.10C. Thinner than No. 20........

I 3-10c. Provided, that hoop or band iron, or hoop or band steel, cut to length, or wholly or partially manufactured into hoops or ties for baling purposes, barrel hoops of iron or steel, and hoop or band iron or hoop or band steel flared, splayed, or punched, with or without buckles or fastenings, shall pay two-tenths (i) of one cent per pound more duty than that imposed on the hoop or band iron or steel from which they are made. Railway bars of iron, of steel, T rails, punched iron or steel flat rails...........

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6-10c. steel between No. 10 and 20 wire gauge Taggers' iron or steel between Nors and

per Ib.

IC.
Between No. 20 and No. 25 ....

II.IOC.
Thinner than No. 25......

1 4-10c.
Corrugated or crimped....

14.10C.
Sheets galvanized in addi
Tin plates after July 1, 1891 .....

2 2.10C. All common or black sheet-iron or steel not thinner than No. 10 wire gauge shall pay duty, as plate-iron or steel.

Provided, that op and after July first, eighteen hundred and ninety-one, manufactures of which tin, tin plates, terne plates, taggers tin, or either of them, are component materials of chief value, and all articles, vessels or wares manufac. tured, stamped or drawn from sheet-iron or sheet-steel, such material being the component of chief value, and coated wholly or in part with tin or lead or a mixture of which these metals or either of them is a component part, shall pay a duty of fifty-five per centum a.v.

Provided further, that on and after October first, eighteen hundred and ninetyseven, tin plates and terne plates lighter in weight than sixty-three pounds per

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hundred square feet shall be admitted free of duty, unless it shall be made to appear to the satisfaction of the President (who shall thereupon by proclama. tion make known the tact) that the aggregate quantity of such plates lighter than sixty-three pounds per hundred square feet produced in the United States during either of the six years next preceding June thirtieth, eighteen hundred and ninety-seven, has equalled one-third the amount of such plates imported and entered for consumption during any fiscal year after the passage of this Act, and prior to said October first, eighteen hundred and ninety-seven.

Provided, that the amount of such plates manufactured into articles exported, and upon which a drawlack shall be paid, shall not be included in ascertaining the amount of such importations :

And provided further, that the amount or weight of sheet-iron or sheet-steel manufactured in the United States and applied or wrought in the manufacture of articles or wares tinned or terne-plated in the United States, with weight allowance as sold to manufacturers or others, shall be considered as tin and terne plates produced in the United States within the meaning of this Act. Sheet iron or steel, polished...... ished........................ per lb.

2fc Plates of iron or steel coated with tin or lead (until July 1, 1891) .......

..... per lb.

IC.
Ingots, blooms, slabs, shafting, castings valued at 4c. per
Ib. ..........

............. per lb.

45 p.c. a.v. at ic. or less ..... .........

4-TOC
1c. and not above I 4-IOC. ...
1 4.10C, and not above I 8-10C.

8-10c.
1 8-10c. and not above 2 2-10C...

9-IOC. 2 2-10c. and not above 3c..

1 2.100. above 3c. and not above 4c..

I 6-10C, above 4c. and not above 7c. .

2c. above 7c. and not above toc.....

2 8-10c. above roc. and not above 13c.

3. c. above 13c. and not above 16c.

4 2.IOC. above 16c. .....

70. Wire rods, not smaller than No. 6 wire gauge ...

6 100. Wire not smaller than No. 10 wire gauge ....

ic.
Smaller than No. 10, not smaller than No. 16 .. ,
Smaller than No. 16, not smaller than No. 26

21c.
Smaller than No. 26 ......

3c. Any of the above covered with cotton, silk, &c.

corset wire (in addition) .................... per Ib. Flat steel wire.....................

50 p.c., a.v. Iron or steel wire coated with zinc or tin (except fence wire), in addition to the wire ...

fc.
Iron wire rope, or wire strand, in addition to rate

on wire .............
Steel wire rope, strand, or cloth, in addition to rate on
wire ........,

.......... per lb.

20. All iron or steel wire valued at more than 4c. per lb....... 45 P.C., a.v. Card wire for clothing ...

35 p.c., a.v. Anchors, mill irons, engine forgings weighing 25 lbs. or more .............

...... per lb.

I 8-10c.
Axles and axle bars ...,
Anvils ............

2c. Sledge hammers, wedges, and crowbars...

21c. Boiler tubes......

2 c. Bolts and hinges.............

21c. Card clothing made of tempered steel wire, per square foot

50c. All others. ..........

25c. Cast iron pipe .............

.......... per ib.

9-IOC. Stove plates, sad irons, tailors' irons.

I 2-10C. Castings of malleable iron ......

12c. Cast hollow ware ....... Chains made of iron or steel not less than fin. in diam. eter ......

............... per lb.

1 6-IOC. Less than 1, not less than $ .........

1 8-10C. Less than $.

2fc. No chain shall pay less than 45 p.c., a.v. Penknives, valued not more than 50c. per dozen, per dozen 50 p.c., a.v., & 120. 50c. to $r 50 per dozen ......

50 p.c., a.v., & 500. $1 50 $3 per pozen ....

50 p.c., a.v., & $1 More than $3 per dozen ......

50 p.c., a.v., & $2

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Razors, less than $4 per dozen ................

30 p.C., a.v., & $1 $4 or more per dozen .......... ................

30 p.c., a.v., &

$1 75 Swords and side arms...

35 p.c., a.v. Table knives, forks, butchers', kitchen, and artists' knives, not more than $1 per dozen ... ....... per dozen 30 p.C., a.v., & icc.

$1 to $2, per dozen ....
$2 to $3, per dozen ....

.......

30 p.c., a.v., & $3 to $8, per dozen .........

30 p.c., More than $8 per dozen .......

30 p.c.,
Carving and cooks' knives and forks valued at not
more than $4 per dozen.

....... per dozen 30 p.c., a.
$4 to $8, per dozen ...

30 p.c., a.v., & $8 to $12, per dozen ......

30 p.c., a.v., & More than $12, per dozen........

30 p.c., a.v., & Files, 4 inches long and under .......

...... per dozen
4 to 9 inches, per dozen .........

75C.
9 to 14 inches, per dozen .........
14 inches and over, per dozen.....

Firearms.
Muskets and sporting rifles........

25 p.c., a.v. Shot guns, double barrelled, value not more than $6 ..cach 35 p.c., a.v., &

$1 5oc. $6 to $12 ....

35 p.c., a.v., & $4 More than $12.....

35 p.c., a.v., & $6 Single barrel ......

........ , 35 p.c., a.v., & $1 Revolving pistols, worth not more than $1 5oc.......... 35 p.c., a.v., & 40C. Valued at more than $1 50C ...

35 p.c., a.v., & $1 Iron or steel sheets, plates or articles enamelled or glazed with vit eous glasses ....

45 p.c., a.v. As above, with more than one colour or ornamented": 50 p.c., a.v.

Nails, Spikes, Tacks, and Needles. Cut nails and spikes, iron or steel.....

pikes, iron or steel.................. per Ib. Horseshoe, hob, wrought iron or steel...... Wire nails, wrought iron or steel, 2 inches long, not lighter than No. 12 gauge.............................. per Ib. 1 inch to 2 inches, lighter than No. 12 and not lighter than No. 16 wire gauge....

..... per lb. Shorter than 1 inch, lighter than No. 16 gauge... , Spikes, nuts, washers, horse, or ox shoes ......

i 8-10C. Cut tacks, brads, sprigs, not exceeding 16 ounces to the 1,000 ..................................... per 1,000

Exceeding 16 ounces..... Needles for knitting or sewing machines, crochet 'lape, bodkins .......

35 P.c., a.v.
Knitting, and all not specially provided for .......... 25 p.c., a.v.

Plates.
Steel plates, stereotype, electrotype, engraved or lithographed 25 P.C., a.v.
Railway fish plates or splice bars ...

...... per Ib.

1C. Rivets, iron or steel ...

2}c. Saws, cross cut ..........

......... per lineal foot

8c.
Mill, pit and drag saws, not over 9 in. wide,

TOC.
Over 9 in........

15C.
Circular saws .....

30 p.c., a.v. Hand, back and all other saws ..

40 p.c., a.v Wood screws, over 2 in. long...................... per Ib. I in. to 2 in........

7C.
in. to 1 in.....
in. and less

JAC.
Wheels or parts thereof, for railway purposes, of iron or

steel, and steel tired, wholly or partially finished or
manufactured ......

2fc
**Axles and wheels dutiable as wheels.
Ingots, cogged ingots or blanks for same ......,

ric.
Miscellaneous Metals and Manufactures.
Aluminum, crude and alloys ........ ...........per lb.
Antimony, regulus or metal ...

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Argentine albata or German silver ......

25 p.C., a.v. Brass bars or pigs, old brass, yellow metal fit only for re-manufacture ................

............. per lb. Bronze powder .... Bronze or Dutch metal in leaf .......... per 100 leaves

Copper, Copper ores, on each pound of fine copper .... Old copper for re-manufacture..........

..... per lb. Regulus of copper and copper cement...... Copper in plates, bars or ingots, not manufactured..,,

1 c. Copper in rolled plates, rods, pipes, sheathing....

35 p.c., a.v. Gold and Silver. Bullions and metal thread .........

30 p.c., a.v. Gold leaf ........................ per packet of 500 leaves Silver leaf.....

75C.

Lead.
Lead ore and lead dross.......................... per ID.

Provided that silver ore and all other ores con

taining lead shall pay a duty of iic. per lb. on

lead therein.
In pigs and bars, molten and refuse............ per lb.

In sheets, pipes, shot ......
Metallic mineral substances, metals unwrought, not
specially provided for ........

20 p.c., a.v. M ica ..................................................

35 P.C., a.v

Nickel. Nickel, nickel oxide alloy ......

........ per lb.

10C. Pens, metallic, except gold......

....... per gross

12C. Penbolder tips, holders, gold pens .....

30 P.C., a.v. Pins, metallic, including hair-pins, safety-pins, and hat, bonget, shawl, and belt-pins

30 p.c., a.v. Quicksilver ..................................... per lb.

IOC. The flasks, bottles, or other vessels in which quicksilver is imported shall be subject to the same rate of duty as they would be subjected to if impo ted empty. Type metal ..

...........per Ib. . Idc. New types .......

25 p.c., a.v. Tin, black oxide, bar, block and pig, on and after January 1, 1893 ........

.............. per Ib.

40.

Watches. Chronometers, box or ships.......

10 p.c., a.v. Watches, cases, movement, glasses ...................... 25 p.c., a.v.

Zinc or Spelter. Zinc, in blocks or pigs ..........

...... per lb. In sheet ...............

Old, for re-manufacture . Manufactures or wares not specially provided for, wholly or in part of metal ....

45 p.c., a.v.

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SOC.

SCHEDULE D.-WOOD AND MANUFACTURES OF. Timber hewn and sawed ..................

10 p.ç., A.V. Squared or sided ...

..... per cubic foot
Sawed boards, deals of hemlock, white wood, sycamore,
white pine and basswood ....

......per 1,000 feet
Sawed lumber, not provided for ....
Sawed lumber, if planed, for each side so planed ,
If planed, tongued and grooved ..
If planed on two sides, tongued and grooved

$1 soc. Cedar posts, ties, telegraph poles (after March 1, 1891).... 20 p.c., a.v.

Sawed cedar, lignum vitæ, lancewood, ebony, box,

granadilla, mahogany, rosewood, satinwood, and all
cabinet woods ......

15 P.C., a.v. Veneers, manufactured..

20 p.c, a.v. Pine clapboards............................ per 1,000 feet Spruce clapboards .....

$1 5oc. Hubs, car blocks, gun blocks, all like blocks, rough hewn or sawed only .....

20 p.c., a.v.

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