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Duties as collected under tariff law of Uruguay, &c.-Continued.

Bolts

Pots

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Tariff classification.

Iron manufactures-Continued. Hammers, for blacksmiths... Pulleys...

Levels

Kettles.

Basins of tinned iron.

Gridirons

Clothes-racks Knobs.

Weights

Tinned plates Pickets

Nut-crackers..

Rowels for spurs
Spittoons
Frying-pans.
Soup-dishes

Cups of tinned iron

Teapots (tinned iron) Inkstands

Screws

Lathes for carpenters, &c

Scales, with capacity for weighing

not over 2.2 pounds.

Scabbards.

Table service (forks and knives).
Jewelry, valued at custom-house..
Lamps, valued at custom-house
Lead and manufactures:

Bars or sheets.
Pipe
Bullets..
Ammunition..

41 Leather, and manufactures:

Scales for each 100 kilograms (220

pounds) capacity.

Trevets

Other iron manufactures not specified in tariff.

Steel manufactures:

Bars and sheets

Steel for sharpening knives

Chisels

Chain-links.

Spurs

Stirrups. Axes..

Files

All others

42 Lime, not in tariff.

Cement

Valises
Harness

Cruppers.

Boots and shoes

Muzzles

Headstalls

Belly-bands

Reins

Saddles

Malt liquors:

Beer, in bottles
Beer, in barrels

Medical instruments, not in tariff.

Naval stores:

Rosin and pitch..

Tar...

Turpentine

Oil cake and meal, not in tariff. Oils:

Animal:

Whale

Fish..

Vegetable. Kerosene..

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Duties as collected under tariff law of Uruguay, &c.—Continued.

Paraffine and wax.....

50 Paper and manufactures

51 Plated ware:
Castors
Sugar-bowls
Waiters..

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Spoons:

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UNITED STATES CONSULATE,
Montevideo, September 1, 1886.

The difference between the United States currency and that of Uruguay is so small
that I have not attempted to reduce the valuation to the former, the value of the
nominal current dollar of Uruguay being 103.52 cents, estimated in American gold
dollars.

P. L. BRIDGERS,
United States Consul.

VENEZUELA.

This tariff is levied uniformly on the gross weight of packages. The value of the
bolivar is equal to .1923 centimes in American gold. Forty-six kilos are equal to 100
pounds.

All foreign merchandise is divided into nine classes, on which duty is collected as
follows:

First class.-Free.

Second class. Ten centimes of a bolivar per kilo (.8769 cent. United States cur-
rency per 100 pounds).

Third class. Twenty-five centimes of a bolivar per kilo ($2.2115 United States cur-
rency per 100 pounds).

Fourth class.-Seventy-five centimes of a bolivar per kilo ($6.6346 United States cur-
rency per 100 pounds).

Fifth class. One bolivar and 25 centimes per kilo ($11.0577 United States currency
per 100 pounds).

Sixth class.-Two bolivars and 50 centimes per kilo ($22.1154 United States currency
per 100 pounds).

Seventh class.-Five bolivars per kilo ($14.2308 United States currency per 100
pounds).

Eighth class.-Ten bolivars per kilo ($8.4616, United States currency per 100
pounds).

Ninth class.-Twenty bolivars per kilo ($176.9232 United States currency per 100
pounds).

No.

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4

5

6

Tariff of Venezuela on the products and manufactures of the United States.

[Prepared by Consul W. S. Bird.]

Agricultural implements

Animals (live).

Art works:

Paintings and portraits on canvas, wood, paper, stone, or metal.

Monumental..

Bark and extracts:

Tan

Sassafras

Medicinal
Extracts

Blacking
Bones:

Unmanufactured
Manufactured.

Hoofs, unmanufactured

Horns:

7 Books:

Unmanufactured
Manufactured..

Unbound or in rustic binding:

Blank

Printed (treating of sciences, arts, or industries)

Catalogues, newspapers, and periodicals

Bound:

Except those in the eig th class

When bindings contain velvet, silk, mother-of-pearl, ivory, tortoise-shell, or

gilt or plated ornaments.

Classification.

Maps and globes
Sheet music.

Chromos and drawings

Labels and circulars:

Printed or lithographed
Blank

Fifth.

First.
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Do.

Copy, for elementary schools.

Pamphlets, volumes, and books for primary schools not above comprehended. Third.

Engraved or stamped paper.
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9 Breadstuffs:

Bran, bailey (in husk), corn, oats, rice (in grain), rye (in grain), wheat (in grain)..
Beans, potatoes, rice (ground)

Barley (husked or ground), corn-starch, millet, macaroni, vermicelli, peanuts..
Crackers:

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Brass:

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Unmanufactured.

Manufactured (not specified)

Pencil and pen holders

Bridle-bits, bells, hinges, stew-pans, saucepans, tacks, spoons, spurs, trays, trum

pets, wire, stirrups.

Buttons, buckles, match-boxes, pins, thimbles..
Scales, balances, steelyards

12 Candles:

Sweet

Plain

Bricks

Brooms:

13 Carriages:

Tariff of Venezuela, &c.-Continued.

Wheat flour.

Potato, corn, and rye flours

Barley, bean, vermicelli, and other flours

Of vegetable material

Of hair or bristles..

Brushes:

Classification.

For animals, for floors, of horn or whalebone, carpenters'.
Tooth, bair, clothes, shoe, and other brushes

Tallow.

Sperm, paratline, stearine, or composition

Hearses, with appurtenances

Carriages, calashes, omnibusses, phatons, and others not specified.

Children's perambulators and velocipedes..
Wagons, carts, and wheelbarrows.

Wheels, coach, carriage, cart, &c.

Cars: Railroad, steam, horse...
Chemicals, &c.:

Acids, stearic, oleic, acetic, nitric, muriatic...

Acid:

Sulphuric

Tartarie (in powder)..

Alum (crude), brimstone, carl on (animal), chromate of lead, carbonate of lead,
chloride of lime, chalk (in powder), lampblack, mineral or effervescing waters,
manganese, o.ange flower water.

18 Copper:

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Regulatois, springs, hands, and other interior machi nery for watches and clocks.

Coal

A special concession has been granted for importation of coal.

Old, unmanufactured, ore and rivets.

Boilers, harness buc des, chin straps, stoves, stew pans, sauce-pans, hinges, nails
tacks, padlocks, scales, steelyards, wire.

Sieves

Shoe, hat, or clothing buckles

Manufactured, not specified

Cotto. manufactures:

Boat sails

Cordage blue hollands.

Heavy bands, bruzas, canvas, duck, twine, mats, (1 meter long, 50 centimeters
wide), furniture cloths, sails for vessels, lamp wicks, chair bottoms.
Arabias, white britannia, brown cottons, unbleached osnaburgs, regatta stripes
(brown), cotonia (for cots), doustic (unbleach ed).

Class.

Third.
Fourth.

Fifth.
Fourth.

Ammonia digid), arsenic, carmine, cubebs, fish-glue, glycerine, gums (not speci- Fifth.

icd), hair-dye, washes and tonics, inks, lozenges (gum), mace, poison (for cur-
ing skins), tannin, vanilla.

Aniseed, benneseed, curioway-seel, bone-black, collodion, cummin-seed, glue (com- Fourth.
mon), gelatine, incense, sulphate of lime (except in toys), marjoram, baking.
powder, so 'p-stone, veast.

Colza-seed, potassa (co.a sa, calcined, or nitrate), sulphate of copper, soda or ba- Third.
villa (common, calein, d, or crystallized).
Dye-woods, fustic, Epsom and Glauber salts
Herbs (medicinal), ink or toilet powders
Lavender

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