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d. Guns, double-barrelled, breech-loading
e. Pistols in general.....
.........each 20 0
Parts of arms:-
Barrels and locks of pistols and of arms of every kind,
a. Tooth-brushes, shaving brushes, and combs .....
b. Clothes-brushes, of vegetable materials....
c. Do., of animal materials, bristles or feathers..
a. Valises of common leather fitted with toilet articles
a. Masks of oilcloth or paper
b. Do., various tissues..
d. Blacking brushes, scrubbing brushes, stable brushes, bottle brushes, and brushes for soldiers
e. Brushes of all other kinds not mentioned above
Imitation Stones Mounted. a. Imitation stones, mounted in common metal b. Do., mounted in silver
c. Do. do. in gold or platinum
Wreckage from native or foreign ships
Frames of wood or paper, covered with tissues..
Billiard Tables and Accessories.
a. Billiard tables in general, new or not
c. Do. balls of ivory or any other substance
c. Of sinew
d. Of metal, being also weapons, or containing umbrellas or
50 20 O
.... 20% a.v.
Trays, except those of Gold and Silver.
a. Trays, of iron, sheet-iron, brass or wood, or of mixtures of these materials, coloured, varnished, or not, and trays of yellow brass, bronze, zinc, or tin oke
b. Trays, silvered entirely or partially, or plated, or of nickel oke
Lustres of glass or crystal, with or without metal, except gold and silver
each 150 0
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a. Boxes containing paints
b. Do. of common metal, containing toilet apparatus...... oke c. Do. of fine metal, containing toilet apparatus
d. Bonbon boxes of silk or velvet, with or without metal, leather, wood or other substance..
oke e. Jewel cases of velvet, of silk not velveted, with or without metal, leather or embroidery.....
oke 20 O
Walking Sticks, exclusive of those included in other classes. Walking sticks:
a. Of whalebone, ivory, or rhinoceros
b. Covered with tissues or leather.
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Cylindrical blotting pads
Toys, not of wood or paper, of common metals, except lead
Teeth of all materials, and sets of teeth mounted in metal a. Cork-stoppers mounted in common metal..
b. Do., mounted in precious metal
a. Artists' paint-brushes ..
b. Paint-brushes for wall painting in oil or whitewash
Seals, lightning-conductors, weavers' combs of all materials,
Furs, sewn or in pieces, or mixed with other materials or tissues 20% a.v. Articles which cannot be referred to one of the classes of the tariff, pay a duty of 20% a.v. on the market price in the locality where they are imported.
Theatrical costumes and properties are admitted free if re-exported within six months.
Goods composed of different or mixed materials, with regard to which no duty is specified in the tariff, are chargeable with the duty fixed for the predominant material. But these goods are chargeable with the duty on the material most heavily taxed, when the composition or mixture increases the value of the goods by more than 30 per cent
5 O Free.
a. Cartridge cases
b. Do. of all kinds, filled
4. Caps for firearms generally and dynamite caps
2 O 6 0 Free.
TARIFF OF GREECE,
[Alterations by Law of February 13, 1901.]
Lead ores even combined with other metals; ead in bars, plates
All packages, cases, or wrappers of goods free of duty, which can be useful, apart from their use as containing the goods, are chargeable with the special duties fixed by the tariff. They will be admitted free if they are chargeable with the same duties as the goods they contain.
Bronze and Brass.
a. Bronze in blocks, bars, plates or thick or thin sheets, without gild.
b. Brass in sheets up to 5 centimetres in width
Tissues of Wool, &c.
a. Tissues of wool, cotton and silk, .. all tissues consisting of these three materials, the quantity of silk not being in excess of the proportion of cotton or wool taken separately ..oke
Felts, Straws, &c.
a. Felts for hats, cone shaped (with the exception of the felts specified
b. Felts of the usual sizes, dyed or not, but neither starched nor gum-
Cartridge Cases, Caps, &c.
[Alterations under Law of July, 1903.]
Duty to be levied on gross weight. Chestnuts
Sandal wood, yellow wood, and red wood..
(Potato Starch), cancelled.
Kerosine, paraffin, stearine, and all artificial waxy substances..
Sulphate of iron
Frames of common wood, smeared with chalk and ungilded, shoe lasts,
Of valuable wood, not upholstered, even if imported in pieces Chairs of real cane or bent wood..
Furniture of valuable wood simply upholstered or entirely covered
Furniture of valuable wood expensively upholstered.
Felt for hats, conical (cloche), of natural colours and not otherwise
Felt for hats, conical, whether treated by "razing" or not, except those not elsewhere enumerated.
Felt for hats, conical, other
Hats for men and boys, &c.....
Lithographs, engravings on copper, &c.
Labels in general
Caps for rifles and caps for dynamite..
TARIFF OF HOLLAND.
100 okes 211 60
Preserved in sugar or syrup: imported in air-tight boxes, bottles, &c.
Imported otherwise than in air-tight receptacles.. Sweetmeats and other confectionery
Ditto, ditto, containing more than 20 per cent. of sugar
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0 42100 66135
5 29 100 okes 198 oke
66 13 58
New Rates of Duty. Dr. 1.
.sq. miles 12,582 | Imports...
Florin (or gulden) = Is. 8d. Kilogramme
Hectolitre = 22 gals.
NOTE.-n.o.s. not otherwise specified.
Spirit varnishes containing more than 5 litres of alcohol per hectolitre at the Fls. cts. temperature of 15° C. [Hectolitre containing 50 per cent. of alcohol.] hectolitre Salt, refined
237 60 330 60 13 23
132 35 79 35 119 03 264 50 198 38
024 00 158 40
2 204 lbs. avoirdupois.
Excise duty on unrefined salt, 3 florins per 100 kilogs., or 2s. 6d. per cwt.
Ale and beer.
Chocolate prepared with sugar
All other chocolates
Biscuits so-called English biscuits, containing up to and including 20 per cent.
100 kilogs: 5 50 13 50
ingredients 25 00 10 p.c., ad. val. 100 kilogs. 25 00
in hermetically-sealed vessels; also all fish, salted, preserved in pickle, oil or vinegar, or prepared in any other way, packed in small quantities. roo kilogs. All kinds of fresh meat except pork and mutton.. Bacon and ham, salted..
Smoked or dried Mutton, salted
Smoked or dried. Pork, salted
Smoked or dried.
Other kinds (including sausages): salted.
Smoked or dried.
Mineral waters: in bottles, containing less than 7 litres..
7 litres or more....
In jars and earthen recipients..
Table mustard and sauces...
Scented and transparent soaps...
Other kinds: hard, also soap powder..
Tobacco, cigars, and snuff: in leaves and 1olls, unstemmed.
Snuff and other manufactured.
Vinegar containing less than 100 gr of anhydrous acetic acid per litre hectolitre
Vinegar of greater acetic strength is dutiable proportionately.
Scented and transparent soaps
Spirits of all kinds (50 per cent. alcohol): import duty.
When degree of purity of these fluids exceeds 68, the excise shall be raised by
Loaf and lump and all sugars not specially mentioned. Glucose, solid, granulated, and in powder; as also "massé" grated or otherwise crushed (excise duty)...
100 kilogs. 18
Perfumery containing alcohol, for each 50 p.c. of alcohol: import duty hectolitre
...100 kilogs. 28 50
50 12 00
THE FOLLOWING ARE DUTIABLE AT I PER CENT. AD. VAL. Ships and boats.
THE FOLLOWING ARTICLES ARE DUTIABLE AT 3 PER CENT. AD. VAL. Woollen or worsted yarns, twisted, of more than two threads, dyed or undyed. Gold and silver leaf and wire.
DUTIABLE AT 5 PER CENT. AD. VAL.
Cotton tissues, hosiery, lace, and trimmings, and other cotton manufactures of all kinds and ready-made clothing. Linen, hemp, and jute. Tissues, lace, tapes, trimmings, and all other manufactures, and ready-made clothing. Silk, hosiery, lace, ribbons and trimmings of silk, pure or mixed with other materials, and other silk manufactures of all kinds, and silk clothing. Woollen and worsted cloths, stuffs, trimmings, hosiery, and all other woollen manufactures, and ready-made clothing.
Iron wares, cast or wrought, and tin-plate wares, not varnished nor painted. Instruments, mathematical, surgical, or physical. Steel wares, small wares, surgical instruments. Scissors, knives, and other cutlery, also forks. Swords, sabres, bayonets, &c. Copper wares, lacquered, painted, or not, gilt or bronzed; gilt wire and nails. Tin wares. Zinc wares, lacquered, painted, or not. Gold and silversmiths' wares. Moulds for sugar baking.
Earthenware, chinaware, and porcelain of all kinds, not otherwise specified, including earthenware pipes for water supply, drain pipes, &c. Glass and glasswares, all kinds, and mirrors, silvered or not. [Glass shades, for clocks, artificial flowers, &c., and globes for lamps, &c., are not charged with the duty on glass when imported with the articles to which they belong.]
Saddle-makers' wares, shoemakers' wares, other leather wares of all kinds. India-rubber and gutta-percha, manufactures of all kinds, and india-rubber shoes. Pasteboard and cardboard. Paper of all kinds; music paper, cartridge paper, grey packing paper, blue paper for grocers, &c. Paper hangings. Playing cards. Papier maché and wares thereof. Books, blank or ruled.
Sealing-wax. Pencils. Steel penss. Ink in stone or glass bottles, intended for immediate sale or use. Pickles.
Paint. Colours prepared with oil.
Guns, pistols, swords, sabres, bayonets, and other warlike implements, mounted or not, and bullets for guns or pistols.
Candles, wax, spermaceti and composite. Carriages. Clocks and watches (not including tax on gold and silver wares). Cycles. Electric lamps and appliances for lighting (not part of machinery). Hats, silk and felt. Household furniture. Matches. Millinery. Scented waters. Essential oil, macassar oil, and perfumery wares. Pianos. Toys. Umbrellas and parasols.
Yarns and threads, all kinds. Sailcloth, all kinds. Unbleached cotton cloth to be printed in Holland. Felt for paper manufacture.
Iron, raw, old iron, broken pieces, and filings of all sorts; iron cast in rough blocks or pieces; bar, hoop, rod, sheet, angle or T-iron, galvanised or not; rails, fish-plates, chairs for rails, cast and wrought water and gas pipes, and iron wire. Anchors, chains, and capstans for ships. Tin plates. Nails and iron wire ropework. Steel in bars, sheets, rails, fish-plates, or chairs for rails, and steel wire. Tools and implements for use in agriculture and manufactures. Cards, of iron wire. Steam engines, and other machinery for agricultural and industrial purposes.
Copper: unwrought and old, hammered or rolled plates, sheets, nails, or wire, red or yellow metal. Copper basins, kettles, and other partly-wrought manufactures of copper not otherwise enumerated.
Lead, and lead wares of all kinds. Printing type.
Tin, unmanufactured, and foil. Zinc, raw, and in sheets or plates, and also wire. Bricks and roofing tiles, and crucibles. Broken glass, hides and skins, leather and parchments. Transmission bands for machinery, of hides, skins, leather, and india-rubber. India-rubber, plain or vulcanised.
Books, printed, maps, charts, and engravings. Ink, n.o.s. Rags. Sulphate of Baryta White and red lead. Alkali. Alum. Arsenic, white. Bleaching materials. Borax, refined. Brimstone. Copperas. Epsom salts. Sal ammoniac. Saltpetre. Salt, unrefined. Glue. Glycerine.
Grease: cart grease in boxes, pots, and cases, &c., of one kilogramme, for retail sale, pays a duty of 5 per cent. ad val.
Oilcake. Pitch. Resin. Tar. Oil and spirits of turpentine Wax. Cement. Coal, cinders, and patent fuel. Fire clay. Lime. Grindstones (except small 5 pc., a.v.), and millstones. Roofing slates.
Butter and margarine. Chocolate, not prepared with sugar. Copper, and substitutes for. Fish, n.o.s. Hops. Rice. Vinegar (for use in preparation). Amylic acid. Wheat. Wheat flour. Yeast.
Shot. Blacking. Cordage. Dynamo electric machinery (for factories). Horses. Indigo. Pictures. Starch. _Straw plaiting for hats. Raw wool and hair.
sq. miles 110,623 Imports
Population........ .... 32,100,000 | Exports
TARIFF OF ITALY.
2 204 lbs, avoirdupois. Hectolitre Lire = 9 d. Yarns and Threads-Cotton, Linen, Hemp, Jute, Silk, Woollen and Worsted. Lire, cts. Cotton single, unbleached: measuring not more than 10,000 metres to the
half-kilogramme From 10,000 to 20,000 metres
100 kilogs. 18 00 24 00
20,000 to 30,000 metres
30,000 to 40,000 metres
40,000 to 50,000 metres
50,000 to 60,000 metres
Above 60,000 metres do...
Ditto, bleached, 20 per cent. above the duty on single, unbleached, according to class. NOTE.-Yarns slightly blued or otherwise lightly tinted with colour which disappears on washing are considered as bleached.