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Wire, coated with copper, zinc, tin, lead, polished or varnished Mark. Mark. (Wire wrought for a special purpose, or with designs, shall pay as wares of wire. Wire surrounded, in whatever manner, by another wire shall pay the duty of the most highly taxed wire.) 3.0 Note to b and d-Wrought iron bars or wire for the manufacture of
cards, by permission and under the control of the Administration 0.50 .. Iron ware
1. Quite coarse-a Of cast iron (brass screws, also axle boxes of cast iron-these latter when fitted to axles of wrought iron-are not considered in classification. Patent axles with axle journals and boxes finely polished and with a system of lubrication permitting the use of oil are classed as fine iron articles. The absence of some of the fittings, such as screws, &c., does not alter this classification)
Note to e 1a--Cast iron pipes, rough (including joints and shaped pieces), imported from treaty-countries, even if coated with. layer of tar, or filed at some parts, shall be dutiable according to this subdivision.
Of roughly wrought iron, as unfinished parts of machines,
Railway axles, tyres and wheels
Rolled and drawn wrought-iron tubes 2. Coarse
N.o.p. combined or not with wood
Ground, varnished, coated with copper, zinc, tin or enamel, but
Kitchen utensils, course, enamelled....
Tare to No 62 B: B. and C. 10; Bs 6; Bl. 4. For bolts, wood screws, nails and tacks: B. and C. 8.
Springs,hammers and barrels for guns, of common iron or steel--
Fine, polished, lacquered
Locks for guns
Hand files, sword blades, planing irons, chisels, tailors' and
a Of fine cast iron, light ornaments, polished cast iron, artistic castings, malleable cast iron.
B Of wrought iron, polished or lacquered; cutlery, scissors,
All these articles. n. o. p., even if combined with wood and
Discs made of sheet iron, which have been entirely or partially
6'0 100 240 24.0
Tare to No. 6 e, 3, provided that these articles do not pay 6 marks : B. and C. 13 Bs. 6; Bl 4.
No. 7.-Earths, Ores, Precious Metals, Asbestos and articles of Asbestos.
a Earths and mineral substances, raw, even calcined, washed or
ground, as well as ores, even prepared but not specially classed; precious metals, coined, in bars, or broken pieces; asbestos fibre, even cleaned, asbestos cement, liquid asbestos (also "Stassfurtite," &c., not containing more than 50 p.c. of kitchen salt and ground in such manner as to render it impossible to extract the salt by mechanical means).......
Cardboard and paper of asbestos, in sheets or rolls and plates of Mark. Mark, asbestos
1. Not moulded
2. Moulded, even perforated
... 24.0 ..
Tare to No. 7 b: C. 14: Bs. 9; Bl. 6; bales of cardboard with wooden framework
at the ends, and tied up with rope, 6.
Asbestos yarn; laces, ribbons, string, straps and cordage of asbestos, even mixed with other textile materials
24.0 .. Tissues of asbestos, even mixed with other textile materials...... 40.0 e Articles of asbestos n.o.p., even combined with other materials, such articles not entering in No. 20.... 60.0 ..
Tare to No. 74, d and e: C. 16; Bs. 9 ; Bl, 6.
No. 8.-Flax and other Textile Vegetable Materials, With the exception of cotton, raw, retted, heckled, and waste of such materials
e Other cereals n.o.p...
No. 9.-Cereals and other Agricultural Products.
A Colza, turnip, poppy, sesame, earth-nuts, and other oleaginous
B Linseed, cotton-seed, castor-seed, palm-seed, and copra ... e Maize and dari
Malt (barley and oats).
g Anise, coriander, fennel and carraway seed....
Fresh table grapes..
Fresh table grapes, by post, in packets of 5 kilogs. (gross) and less
Other fresh grapes for making wine, pressed in casks or tank
Chicory and beetroots, dried ("gedarrt")
k Agricultural products n.o.p... .
No. 10.-Glass and Glassware.
a Common hollow glass, green or of other natural colours, neither moulded, cut or ground, covered or not with osiers, rushes, straw or reeds, common; glass in the lump optical glass, rough (flint glass, crown glass); rough sheets of ribbed glass; glass for skylights; enamel and glazing in the lump; glass tubes and rods, without distinction of colour, for the manufacture of beads and artistic articles.
2.0 .. Free..
White hollow glass, plain, neither cut, ground nor moulded, but
When the height and breadth together does not exceed-1. 120 centimetres......
....gross weight 8.0
2. From 120 to 200 centimetres
3. More than 200 centimetres
di. Mirror glass, rough, not ground
2. Plate, window and mirror glass, ground polished, with designs, frosted, coloured or silvered, of all kinds ......gross weight 24.0 Bull's eye glass
Pendants of chandeliers, buttons, even coloured; massive white glass, not elsewhere mentioned; moulded, pressed, cut, ground, polished, corroded, and engraved or figured glass, provided that it is not included in letters d or f
4.0 Free 10.0
Only plain unpolished plates, scalloped or ribbed, without designs, shall be considered as glass for skylights. Plates with designs (as for example cast plates with diagonal ribs, &c,) are dutiable according to No. 10 d 2.
Tare for pendants and buttons: B. and C. 22; Bs. 13; for moulded, pressed, cut, ground and engraved glass: B. and C. 40; Bs. 13; for cut and massive white glass: B. C. and Bs. 13.
Note to e-Small glass plates, pearls, bugles and drops of glass, even Mark. Mark. coloured
Coloured glass other than that mentioned in letters a, d and e; painted or gilt (silvered) glass; imitation precious stones, not set; glass and enamel wares combined with other materials, provided that they cannot be classed in No. 20
1. Coloured glass other than that mentioned in letters a, d and e; moulded, cut, polished, ground, engraved by means of acids, with designs
2. Small glass plates, pearls, enamel drops and buttons (with or without eyelets), painted, gilt or silvered
3. Other glass, coloured or gilt (silvered), imitation precious stones,
b Plaits of horsehair, tissues of horsehair, also if combined with other textile materials provided that either the warp or weft be wholly composed of horsehair.
4. Articles of glass or enamel, combined with other materials, pro
vided that they cannot be classed in No. 20 ...... Tare to No. 10 f: B. and C. 40; Bs. 13; for artificial pearls (glass enamel)
coloured, gilt or silvered: C. 19.
Note to f-Opal and alabaster glass, plain, neither ground, polished,
coloured, nor moulded, or with only the stoppers, bottoms and
Tare to note to No. 10 f: B. and C. 50; Bs. 13.
a Horsehair, raw, combed, boiled, dyed, in tresses or spun; bristles;
... 10.0 ..
d Wigs and other articles of hair or imitation hair..
f Quills for writing, prepared; bed feathers, cleaned and prepared.,
Tare to No. 11 g: C. 20; Bs. 11; Bl. 9.
a Raw (green, salted, treated with lime, and dried), for tanning, even
b Skins for furriers
Tare to No. 11b: C. 20; Bl. 7. c Human hair, raw, combed, boiled, dyed, even in tresses or spun..100.0 .. Tare to No. 11 c: B. and C. 20; Bs. 13; BI. 9.
a Firewood wood for paste used in the manufacture of cellulose, not exceeding one metre in length or 18 centimetres in width at the thinnest end; twigs, and brooms of twigs; charcoal; cork in planks or cubes; bricks of tan-waste (for fuel); carving materials, vegetable and animal, n.o.p.......:
b Bark and tan bark.....
Wood for building and industrial purposes
1. Rough or simply cut in lengths with the axe or saw, or rough hewn, even when the hard wood is exposed by longitudinal cuts, with or without the bark; staves of oak, 100 kilogs. 20 pfennige or per cub, metre
Note to c 1-Under right of suppression, or of local modification on account of abuse
a Wood for building and industrial purposes, conveyed by
b Wood for building or industrial purposes, in a quantity
No. 13. Wood and other vegetable and animal materials for carving, and wares made therewith.
Planed staves, not painted, are dutiable according to No. 13 d; staves simply worked with the drawing-knife are included in No. 13 e 1 or 2.
Wood dressed in its length with the axe, and hewn or divided Mark, Mark in a manner other than mentioned in c 1; staves not entering in 1; osiers for basket work, unpeeled, and hoop wood : hubs, felloes and spokes of wheels, too kilogs. 40 pfennige; or per cub. metre.....
100 kilogs, 30 pfennige; or per cub, metre Note to c 1 and 2-Wood for industrial purposes, box, cedar, cocus (a greenish wood for the manufacture of pipes, &c.), ebony or mahogany, 100 kilogs, 10 pfennige; or per cub. metre... 3 Sawn in lengths; planks not planed; sawn squared timber, and wood sawn or cut into other shapes. 100 kilogs. 1 mark; or per cub. metre
100 kilogs. 80 pfennige; or per cub, metre Note to c 2 and 3-1. Cedar, cut... 2. Briar, in pieces, cut d Coopers', turners', and carpenters' wares, rough, common, not painted; wheelwrights' and other wares, simply planed, with the exception of furniture of hard wood or veneered furniture; peeled osiers, coarse basket wares, neither painted, stained, lacquered, polished nor varnished; horn in sheets, and rough bone simply cut into plates; rattans, stained or split Plaits of shavings, not painted
Horn in sheets, and rough bone in plates, simply cut e Cut veneers; parquetry, unglued, not stained.......
Furniture and parts of, of wood, not comprised under d and g,
Fine wooden wares (inlaid or carved), fine basket-work, corks, cork
Tare: B. 20: C. 10; Bs. 13; Bl. 9.
h Upholstered furniture of all kinds1. Uncovered
2. Covered. [Tare to No. 13 : B. and C. 16; Bs. 13; Bl. 6]........ 40.0
No. 15.-Instruments, Machines, Carriages and Vessels.
Musical instruments, church organs, with the exception of
Plaits of shavings, painted; furniture of bent wood with moulded
Tare to No. 13 g: B. and C. 20; Bs. 13; Bl. 9.; and for cork stoppers: Bl. 5. Notes to g-1. Buffalo and other horns, in sticks, smoothed, polished,
or otherwise worked
..100.0 .. 30.0
1.0 1.50 5.0
Celluloid, in sheets, sticks, and pipes, rough, not polished, is classed in No. 13 d; when polished or shaped for wares, it is classed, when it imitates ivory, in the note to 20 b, 1, otherwise it comes in No. 20 b, 1. Clogs entirely of wood, or simply combined with tops or straps of leather cloth (Ledertuch), stuffs or cordage, are classed under No. 13 d, for g, according to kind
2. Astronomical, surgical, optical, mathematical, chemical (for Mark. Mark. laboratories) and physical instruments.
1. Locomotives and portable engines
2. Other machines, according to the preponderating materiala Of wood..
Of cast iron
Of wrought iron
o Of other common metals..
Tare: to No. 15 b 20: B. and C. 13; Bs. 6; Bl. 4. Note to b 1 and 2-Marine engines and boilers.. Note to b 2 Bandy --(Applicable to treaty countries): Machinery for flour mills; also electric; cotton spinning; weaving; steam engines; steam boilers, machinery for the manufacture of wood and paper pulp; machine-tools; turbines; geating machines for making wool; pumps; ventilators; blowing machines; sets of rollers; steam hammers; shears and punches; cranes; hoisting machinery. When any of the above-mentioned machines, chiefly composed of cast or wrought iron, are imported in detached parts from a treaty country, all the detached parts being cleared at the same time, such parts shall be dutiable according to the preponderating material of the complete machine. 3. Cards and card mountings..
Cards (carding machines, also detached parts of such machines
c Carriages and sleighs1. Railways carriages
a Neither upholstered nor with leather-work B Other
2. Other carriages and sleighs, upholstered or lined with leather, each d River and seagoing vessels, including ordinary fittings; anchor and chains; engines and boilers; iron leeboards... Note. All removable articles not forming part of the ordinary fittings of the vessel are dutiable according to their classification in the tariff
6 p.c. a.v. 10 p.c. a.v. 150.0 ..
b Threads of caoutchouc not combined with other materials, or with
< Common wares of soft caoutchouc, neither lacquered, dyed, nor
d Fine wares of soft caoutchouc, lacquered, dyed, printed or with
Tare: B. and C. 20; Bs. 13; Bl. 6.
e Tissues of all kinds, covered or saturated with caoutchouc, or with insertion of caoutchouc, or with gummed threads of caoutchouc tissues combined with other textile materials; hosiery and trimmings combined with caoutchouc threads
Tare: C. 13; Bs. 9; Bl. 6.
No. 17.-Caoutchouc and Gutta-percha, and articles made therewith.
a Caoutchouc and gutta-percha, raw or refined, hardened caoutchouc (vulcanised and ebonite), even polished or with impressed designs, in sheets of uneven surface, bars, tubes, &c.....
Bandages, compresses, respirators, acoustic tubes, artificial limbs, eyes and teeth, crutches, operating chairs, bath chairs, orthopedical articles, syringes of indiarubber, &c., &c., not of immediate use to doctors, and not considered as surgical instruments, and are dutiable according to their component material. Apparatus for general and industrial uses, such as filters, retorts, balloons, burettes, testing apparatus, pots, funnels, glass globes, siphons, lamps, mortars, hearths, squares, recipients, of glass, pipettes, &c., are not assimilated to physical instruments and are likewise dutiable according to their component material.