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Printed tissues, 30 lire per 100 kilogs. above the duty on the tissue.
NOTE. Shawls (not sewn) of printed woollen tissue are treated as printed
the duty on the tissue, according to class.
Felts, having a thickness of 3 millimetres or less, pay as tissues of carded wool.
Other galloons, also ribbons
Fringes, braids, trimmings, &c.
Tissues of hair, sieve cloth
All other kinds
Metals-unwrought and wrought.
NOTE.-Braids and trimmings of which the surface is composed of wool and other textile materials, except silk, with the wool in less proportion than 50 p.c., are subject to a duty of 100 kilogs. 180
Blankets, rugs, and carpets, &c., of ox, goat, or sheeps' hair, undyed, and with warp
Blankets, rugs, &c., of wool or waste wool Carpets or rugs of wool or waste wool, including those in which other textile ma...100 kilogs. 100
terials (except silk) predominate in weight Tissues mixed with metallic threads, with threads of fine gold or silver, or with gilt or silvered threads, 5 lire per kilog. above the duty on the tissue, according to class.
With threads of common metal, 2 lire per kilog. above the duty on the tissue, according to class.
Stays and corsets of wool, for women, trimmed or embroidered..
Other ready-made clothing, and made-up articles of woollen and worsted, as the
NOTE. (1) Woollen clothing for men and boys, and woollen mantles and jackets for women are subject to the duties on the most highly taxed material which enters into their composition in cases where such material forms more than one-tenth of the total surface of the complete article. (2) If more than 10 p.c. of the surface of an article is composed of two or more materials more highly taxed than the principa! material, the article will be charged with a rate of duty equal to the arithmetical mean of the rates applicable to the more highly taxed materials which enter into its composition. (3) The surtax for sewing on shawls, scarfs, and fichus of wool, woven or knitted, printed or not, and with or without fringes, is fixed at 20 p.c., instead of 35 p.c., as is also the surtax for sewing on blankets and carpets of wool simply hemmed.
Old broken iron or steel, scrap, and filings.
Iron, cast, pig
...100 kilogs. Manufactured, in rough castings, articles for furniture, for ornament, or for domestic use .100 kilogs. Other articles. Manufactured in castings, planed, turned, or otherwise worked, articles for furniture, for ornament, or for domestic use .100 kilogs. Other articles.. Manufactured in castings, tinned, enamelled, nickeled, varnished, oxidised, japanned, &c., or with fittings of other metals, articles for furniture, for ornament, or for domestic use
Lamps and parts thereof, with or without fittings or ornaments, nickeled, varnished, oxidised, or japanned, or of zinc Other articles.
..100 kilogs. tinned, enamelled, ......100 kilogs.
Raw iron in blooms, and steel in ingots
100 kilogs. 30 00 165
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10 00 7 00
15 00 12 00 2 75
Wire, including wire of tempered steel, having a diameter of from 1 up to 5 Lire cts:
Having a diameter of 1 millimetres or less.
Sheets and plates, having a thickness of 4 millimetres and above..
1 millimetres or less
Tubes of sheet iron, having a thickness of 4 millimetres and above.
1 millimetres or less
Forged or cast in coarse manufactures, hinges of iron, simply wrought..
Weighing less than 50 kilogrammes
Rails of iron or steel
Iron and steel of second fabrication (manufactured articles): Heavy articles (grossi), planed, filed, turned, drilled, &c., over a small part only of the 100 kilogs.
Over the whole or a large part of the surface.
Articles tinned or varnished, or coated with lead or zinc.
or combined with glass or ceramic products..
only of the surface
Over the whole or a large part of the surface.. Articles tinned or varnished, or coated with lead or zinc. Dishes, pans, and the like, of sheet iron of any thickness, with only the interior ..100 kilogs. Articles oxidised, enamelled, nickeled, or lacquered, or with fittings of other metals, or combined with glass or ceramic products... 100 kilogs. Wrought nails of iron or steel.....
1 millimetres or less Manufactured, plain, including corrugated sheets, having a thickness of more than .100 kilogs.
1 millimetres or less Combined with other materials, the sheet iron having a thickness of more than 100 kilogs. 1 millimetres or less Manufactured, plain, included corrugated sheets, having a thickness of more ......100 kilogs.
than 1 millimetres
I millimetres or less Combined with other materials, the sheet iron having a thickness of more than .100 kilogs. Sheet or plate iron, coated with tin (tin plate) or copper, or oxidized, plain, having a thickness of more than 1 millimetres. 100 kilogs. 1 millimetres or less Steel springs of all kinds
Tools and implements of iron or steel, commnon, axes, ploughs, hatchets, ordinary
Fine, Scythes and sickles
The same, varnished, polished, galvanised, or coated with zinc, copper, tin, or
The same enamelled, lacquered, or oxidised (excluding small wares)..
15 and up to 30 centimetres..
Less than 15 centimetres
Sheet or plate iron, coated with lead or zinc, or galvanised, plain, having a thickness of more than 1 millimetres .100 kilogs. 13 00
30 00 10 00
19 00 21 OC
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Wire gauze, 15 lire per 100 kilogs. above the duty on the wire of which made.
Needles and pins
Instruments, optical, mathematical, surgical, physical &c..
Boilers for machinery, tubular
Machine tools for working wood and metals.
Detached parts of machines other than sewing machines, of cast iron.
Apparatus for heating, refining, distilling, &c..
Polished, varnished, galvanised, or coated with zinc, copper, tin, or lead, or
Enamelled, lacquered, or oxidised, but not burnished
Files and rasps, having a length, not including the handle, of more than 30 centi
15 and up to 30 centimetres
Less than 50 centimetres
Swords and sword blades pay as manufactures of the material of which chiefly
...100 kilogs. Kitchen and pocket knives with handies of common wood Table, kitchen, and pocket knives with handles of finer woods or of common wood ornamented with " packfong," &c., common 100 kilogs.
Scissors and shears
Scythes and sickles
Saws and saw blades; hand saws..
Butchers' cleavers; coopers', saddler's, shoemakers' and curriers' knives, and
knives for other artisans
Enamelled, lacquered, or oxidised, but not burnished.
Steam engines, fixed, without boilers
Semi-fixed, with boilers....
Tools and implements of ron or steel, common, plain
Polished, varnished, galvanised, or coated with tin, zinc, lead, or copper, and whether partially in combination with other metals or not, but not lacquered, enamelled, nor burnished
Hot air, compressed air, gas, and petroleum machines, and rotary motors, weigh-
Locomotives, without tenders
Boilers, multitubular, of cast or wrought iron
Others, including boilers of the Galloway system.. Hydraulic, and water or wind motors (turbines, hydraulic wheels, pulsometers, pumps and elevators, presses, accumulators, lifts, hydraulic lifts, &c.)
Agricultural machinery of all kinds.
Machines and looms for weaving
Machine tools for working wood and metal (saws, planes, drills, machines for
wirework, &c.) weighing more than 300 kilogrammes
Sewing machines: with stands..
Machines and apparatus for the manufacture of paper and of paper pulps.
hinery not specially mentioned..
Table knives with handles of silver Table and kitchen knives with handles of horn and bone; also pocket knives with similar handles, but without ornamentation of any sort... .....100 kilogs. Pocket knives with handles of common metal, or with handles of horn or bone ornamented with metal, mother of pearl, &c., common.. too kilogs. Table and pocket knives, with handles of mother-of-pearl, tortoise-shell, or ivory Cutlery of all kinds with ornamentation of precious meta! or with plated orna. ments ....100 kilogs. 150
100 kilogs. 100
Lire cts. 80 00
30 00 68 00
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Detached parts of machines: of cast iron (with the exception of sewing
Detached parts of sewing machines..
Apparatus for heating, refining, distilling, &c...
Copper, brass, bronze: ingots, cakes, rosettes, filings, and old broken articles
Tubes of any diameter..
Wire of any diameter, including wire with an iron centre..
Rods, sheets, or wire gilt or silvered...
opper, brass, or bronze wares: hammered or rolled, in coarse articles.
Ornamental wales not gilt nor silvered, including brass fittings for electric
Argentine and packfong: sheets, rods, or wire..
Gilt or silvered wares, all kinds....
Lead and its alloys with antimony: pig and old..
Lead wares, including shot..
Tin, and its alloys with lead and antimony: hammered, in sheets or foil, of any sort
Zinc rolled, in plates or sheets.
Zinc wares gilt or silvered.
Other kinds, including articles ornamented or varnished
Gold leaf (including the weight of the books)..
Silver leaf (including the weight of the books).
Gold and silver wire, having a diameter of at least two millimetres.
Other gold wire..
Other silver wire.
Jewellery, of gold: chains..
Gilt or silvered wares..
Wire gauze pays the duty upon the wire of which made, with an addition of
Apparatus of copper for heating, refining, distilling, &c..
of any description, statues, and ornamental ware.. Other earthen and china ware: stoneware: common.
Variously coloured or otherwise decorated.
Chinaware, or wares of white clay plain white. Coloured, painted, gilt, or otherwise decorated. Porcelain white
Stoves and parts thereof, of any shape.
Other kinds, including utensils and household articles with ornamentation
Majolica, or wares of coloured clay covered with enamel or opaque
varnish tiles, painted or not
White or coloured on plain ground
Coloured, gilt, or otherwise decorated.
Sheet or plate glass or crystal: unpolished: common window glass, measuring
in length and breadth together-less than 120 centimetres
From 120 to 200 centimetres
More than 200 centimetres..
Other than common window glass, including glass for roofing or paving..... Wired glass for roofing........
Jewellery, of silver or silver gilt..
Silversmiths' wares, of silver or silver gilt, and silver plate..
Bricks, common tiles, and fire bricks..
Tiles of Marseilles or Paris pattern, and perforated bricks.
¡kileg. 16 00
5 00 2 6
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Polished glass not silvered, measuring in length and breadth together-not more Lire cts. than 160 centimetres... .100 kilogs.
More than 160 centimetres..
Mirrors, framed, and plate glass for mirrors, polished and silvered (including weight of case :) measuring in length and breadth together not more than 160 centi100 kilogs.
More than 160 centimetres. Glass and crystal wares: simply blown or moulded, not coloured, ground, nor 100 kilogs.
Coloured, dyed, ground, cut, or polished with emery.
NOTE.-White or coloured hollow glass wares, simply blown, and not ground, polished, emery-ground, nor cut, silvered on the inside, and whether coated on the exterior (either wholly or in part) with yellow varnish, or with coarsely-painted decorations-such as globes for gardens, candlesticks, vases, salt-cellars, and the like.. .100 kilogs. Photographic plates...
Marked to indicate measures or degrees.
Small wares (" mercerie ") of glass.. Glass buttons with metal shanks.....
Common bottles (for use in bottling wines)..
Demijohns, whether covered with straw or not..
Glass, crystal, and enamel in beads, cut as gems, or in pendants for chandeliers,
Vitrifications and enamel in lumps, sticks, or powder..
Hides and skins: tanned with the hair..
Tanned without the hair, and unfinished..
Tanned without the hair, and finished: kid and lamb leather, for gloves...
Gloves of all qualities, cut out or made up.. Boots and shoes of silk or velvet..
Of india-rubber, lined or trimmed with stuffs. Of leather, or of stuffs other than silk or velvet. Bands for machinery..
Portmanteaus, except those containing toilet articles, &c..
Or at importer's option.
Other manufactures of leather (except fancy goods).
India-rubber and gutta-percha: cut in sheets, and articles of sheet india-rubber
Tubes and sheets combined with wire or wire gauze.
Cut in boot uppers, vamps, &c., as the leather of which made, with an addition of 15 per cent.
In bands for hats, as the leather of which made, with an addition of 50 per cent. Leather wares: harness makers' wares.
100 kilogs. .100 saddles 100 pairs
Packing paper, dyed in the pulp or not; not smoothed by the cylinder.
Fine pays the duty leviable upon the respective qualities of paper. Playing cards and cards for taroc.
Prints, lithographs, and labels.
Buttons of papier maché and similar materials.
Other manufactures of india-rubber or gutta-percha..
NOTE.-Tissues waterproofed in the piece and articles of clothing are
Coloured, gilt, or painted (including paper bleached for lithography or photo
Boots and shoes of india-rubber, lined or trimmed with stuffs.
Fringes, braids, tapes, and elastic tissues..
100 pairs 125 100 kilogs. 130
Tissues mixed with india-rubber and wares thereof, except clothing and tissues
waterproofed (" gommati ") in the piece...
100 kilogs. 12
90 00 1,200 00 20 00 200 00
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