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P.c. a.v 340. Trays and waiters, plain, painted, or varnished, with or without artistic

work (cases or boxes of cardboard and similar wrappers, gross) .. kilog. 3,000 SO Do with Chinese lacquer, with or without ornaments of mother-of-pearl or artistic work (same tare]

.. kilog. 8,000

50 341. Ships and boats 342. Embroidering frames, of common wood (net]

..kilog. 1.600 50 Do fine wood (net]

3,600 343. Bungs for barrels and casks (barrels or cases 10 p.c.]

400 50 344. Cradles of common wood

..each 12,000

80 Do fine wood

Cradles with cane sides or heads shall be subject to a surtax of 30 p.c. 345. Bidets, of common wood

10,000 50 Do. fine wood..

20,000 60 The above duties include those on the basins imported with and forming part of the bidets. 346. Billiard tables of common wood......

.each 200,000

SO Do of fine wood

500,000 The above duties do not include those on the balls, cues and other accessories, but simply those on the cloth, stone, porcelain, or faience, &c., forming integral parts of billiard tables. 347. Screens covered with stuff or paper

50 Do other, of all kinds

50 348. Boxes of box-wood, for snuff, &c. (cases, boxes of cardboard and similar wrappers, gross ......

... kilog. ' 2,600

50 Do of beech or pine wood, small, for wafers, druggists and the like (same tare]

... kilog. 2,600

50 Do do large in sets of three or single, painted or not (same tare]

1,600

So 349. Balls small{for billiards, bagatelle and the like

3,200 Do large, for bowling and the like

700 350. Buttons and button moulds

1,300

50 351. Wooden frames, with common iron fittings, for heavy draught horsehames (net).

...kilog. 800 50 352. Racks, large, for clothes, &c., of common wood

..each 8,000 Do do of fine wood ...

22,000 Do small, for towels, for hanging or for attaching to walls, of common wood (net)

kilog. 1,000 50 Do of fine wood (net)

4,000 60 353. Handles and knobs for canes, parasols, instruments and small tools (cases or boxes of cardboard and similar wrappers-gross) ...kilog. 1,000

50 Do for pens and crochet needles

.(same tare).. 2,000 Do for brooms.....

....dozen 2,000

50 Do for any other use

50 Handles for parasols with knobs of ivory, mother-of-pearl or tortoiseshell shall be liable to double the duties. Should such handles have, in addition to the knobs, any other part com. posed of these materials, quadruple the duties shall be levied. 354. Chairs of common woodDo do with scats of wood-of bent wood, with arms

...each 20,000 Do do do do without arms..

6,000 Do do do of cut wood, with arms

5,000 Do do do do without arms.

4,000 Do do with seats of straw or cane, with arms

20,000 80 Do do do without arms...

6,000 80 Do do rocking folding or extending, with arms

30,000 Do do do without arms

6,000 60 Do do for children...

5,000 Do of fine wood, with seats of straw or cane, with arms

50,000 Do do do without arms Do do rocking, folding or extending, with arms

50,000 60 Do do do without arms

30,000 60 Do do for children..

20.000 60 Do common garden chairs, folding, of pine or other similar wood

3.000

50 Do do of branches (rustic), with or without the bark

6,000

50 Do not specially mentioned, of common wood

Do do of fine wood Chairs with cane backs shall be subject to a surtax of 30 p.c. Those of bent wood with turned legs or backs, or with mouldings, shall be liable to a surtax of 20 p.c. 355. Beds of common wood, single..

50 Do do double

56,000 50 Do do for children.

16,0co Do of fine wood, single

80,000 60 Do do double ...

130.000 Do do for children..

40 000 60 Those not more than 1'10 metre in width (interior measurement) are considered as single beds. Be is with cane bottoms, side or heads shall be subject to a surtax of 30 p.c.

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Reis. Poc. a.v. 356. Hats of pinc shavings (sparterie), not trimmed

.........each 1,600 Do trimmed

50 357. Bobbins, large or small, shuttles and spindles for looms or winders (net]

kilog. 100 50 358. Spoons, knives, forks, and other similar articles for salad, mustard and like use

Do of box or other common wood (cases or boxes of cardboard and similar wrappers, gross]

...kilog. 5.000

50 Do of ebony or other fine wood (same tare]

16,000

60 359. Chests of drawers of common wood, with three drawers or less .... each 18,000 Do do with more than three drawers

50 30,000

50 Do do with escritoires..

46,000 SO Do of fine wood, with three drawers or less..

48,000 60 Do do with more than three drawers

80,000 Do do with escritoires ..

120,000 60 Slabs of marble or of any other material, and mirrors, which form part of chests of drawers and imported with them, will pay duty separately, according to quality. Two or more drawers occupying the space of an ordinary-sized drawer shall be considered as one drawer. 360. Brackets of common wood, up to 80 centimetres in length ....each 12,000 Do do up to 1'50 metres in length

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36,000 50 Do do more than 150 metres in length

56,000 50 Do of fine wood, up to 80 centimetres in length

36,000 60 Do do up to 1'50 metres in length

56,000 60 Do do more than 1'50 metres in length

96,000 60 Slabs of marble or of any other material, and mirrors, wnich form part of brackets will pay duty separately. The so-called Dunkerques shall be liable to a surtax of 10 p.c. Brackets without table shall, unless their length can be ascertained, be considered as up to 80 centimetres in length. Those of bent wood, with turned legs or backs or with mouldings shall be liable to a surtax of 20 p.c. 361. Stoppers and other common wares of cork [barrels or cases, 45 p.c.; hampers or baskets, 15 p.c. ; sacks, gross]

..kilog. 300 50 362. Canopies for beds, of common wood

...each 12,000

50 Do of fine wood

24,000 60 363. Boot-jacks

1,600 50 364. Ladders

.. per step 500 50 In computing the steps of double ladders, the upper rod is not counted. 365. Lasts and blocks for shoes, boots, hats, &c. (net)..

...kilog. 1,600 366. Cruet-Stands and liqueur-cases, of common wood, painted or varnished [cases or boxes of cardboard and similar wrappers, gross] ... kilog. 3,000

50 Do of fine wood (same tare)...

8,000 60 Bottles

, glasses and other articles imported with cruet-stands or liqueur-cases will pay duty separately, according to quality. 367. Troughs, buckets, and baths, of all kinds (net).

.. kilog. 400 50 368. Prie-Dieu of common wood ....

So Do of fine wood

28,000 60 369. Wardrobes and sideboards of common wood

70,000 50 Do of fine wood

140,000

60 Wardrobes and sideboards with more than one compartment will pay a surtax of 50 p.c. for each additional compartment; mirrors, if any shall be dutiable separately. 370. Poles, rings, balls, knobs, handles, and similar articles of wood, not

specially mentioned, for curtains, hangings, doors, and furniture, plain
or varnished (bales, gross)

... kilog. 1,800 50 Do gilt or imitation gilt (same tare]

3,600

50 371. Washstands, of common wood, round

... .each 7,000

50 Do do table, with or without drawers, up to 80 centimetres in length

each 9,000

50 Do do do more than 80 centimetres in length....

20,000

50 Do do with drawers, cupboards, or compartments

36,000

50 Do of fine wood, round

15.000 Do do table, with or without drawers, up to 80 centimetres in length

each 28,000 60 Do do do more than 80 centimetres in length

50,000 60 Do do with drawers, cupboards, or compartments

84,000

60 The above duties do not include those on parts and accessories of faience, porcelain, glass, or crystal, or any other material, but solely those on the marble slabs forming part of and imported with washstands. Framed mirrors accompanying washstands shall he dutiable separately. 372. Fans, of common wood, simple or varnished, gilt or silvered, plain or open-worked

...each 1,600 60 Do of sandal-wood, of Chinese lacquer, and the like.

5.000 60 373. Tables of common wood, centre tables

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16.000 Do do bed or night tables, with leg in the centre

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p.c. a.v, Tables of common wood, dining, up to 6 metres in length .kilcg. 42,000

50 Do do do more than 6 metres in length

84,000 50 Do of fine wood, centre tables ......

80,000 Do do tea, working, writing, card tables, &c.

32,000

60 Do bed or night tables, with leg in the centre

7,200 60 Do do of any other form

24,000 Do dining, up to 6 metres in length

84,000 60 Do do more than 6 metres in length

» 136,000 60 Do of branches with bark (rustic) and the like

7,200 50 The foregoing duties do not include those on the marble slabs or other objects which accompany the tables and form part thereof. Tea tables more than 80 centimetres in length are considered as centre tables. 3;4. Pulleys, tackle, blocks, and similar block-makers' wares (net) ......kilog. 500 So 375. Frames, mounted or not, plain, painted, varnished, or gilt, including flowers, threads, and cords (net)...

...kilog. 2,000 376, Toothpicks (cases or barrels, lo p.c.; hampers or baskets, 5 p.c.; packets, gross]

...kilog. 1,000

50 377. Wooden screws (net)

50 378. Pedestals or stands for busts or figures, music-stands, flower-stands, &c.Do plain, painted, or varnished (nct]..

..kilog. 1,800

50 Do gilt or imitation gilt (net]

3,600

50 379. Combs of all kinds (cases or boxes of cardboard and similar wrappers, gross]...

..kilog. 4,600 50 380. Printers' tables and forms (same tare]

13 381. Bracelets or other ornaments of sandal or similar wood, plain or with incrustation of any other material (same tare)......

... kilog. 20,000 50 382. Rulers (net]

50 383. Oars ...

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300 50 384. Close-stools of common wood, plain or with back

..each 9.000

50 Do do do with pump

16,000

50 Do of fine wood, plain or with back

20,000

60 Do do do with pump

32,000 The above duties include those on the basins belonging to the stools and imported therewith 385. Writing desks of common wood, small, for ladies, plain or with shelves, each 44.000 SO Do do large, for men, do do

60,000 Do do do for offices (bureaux mistre)

84,000 50 Do of fine wood, small, for ladies, plain or with shelves

60,000 Do do large, for men, do do

140.000

60 Do do do for offices (bureaux ministre)

200,000

60 386. Sofas of common wood Do do small, with or without backs, caugeuses, lounges, and the like 28,000

So Do do large, with or without backs (divans)

40,000 Do of fine wood, small, with or without backs, causeuses, lounges, and the like

..each 56,000 to Do large, with or without backs (iivans)..

90,000 Do sofa-beds, or bed-sofas, of common wood

28,000 50 Do of branches with bark and the like, for gardens

50 The duties on sofas without backs (ditans) are applicable to those sofas of which the padding and springs are covered with canvas or some other common tissue : if they are imported entirely upholstered they will pay the said duties and also those specified in the second paragraph of note inserted at the end of this class (No. 395). In the duties are included those on the pillows which form part of the sofa and are imported with them. As small sofas are considered those which do noi exceed 1'35 metre in length (inside measurement). Those of bent wood, with turned legs or backs, or mouldings, shall be liable to a surtax of 20 pc. 387. Billiard and bagatelle cues...

..each 2,000

50 388. Blinds, wooden, in the piece, plain or painted (net].

1,600

50 389. Taps of all kinds (bales, gross]

700 50 390. Shoe pegs, of wood (barrels, 18 p.c.; bales, gross).

-300 391. Toilei, pier, and cheval mirrorsDo of common wood, for placing on tables..

8,000

50 Do do in table form or with toilet-tables, with or without drawers 50,000 Do do with chests of drawers and the like....

100,000 Do of fine wood, for placing on tables

16,000 Do do in table form or with toilet tables, with or without drawers 100,000 60 Do do with chests of drawers and the like...

160,000 80 Marble slabs and mirrors which form part of the toilet-tables shall be dutiable separately. 392. Window blinds, with or without rollers and other acces ories... .each 6,000

50 393. Coopers' wares---Measures of all kinds, not otherwise mentioned, for dry or liquid products (net]......

..kilog. 600

50 Do' Buckets, tubs, vats, with or without iron or copper hoops (nei)..kilog. 400 50 Do Barrels and kegs, entire, empty, and fitted

... each
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P.c. a.v. Pipes, tuns and half tuns, entire, empty and fitted......

.each 4,000 Do

50 not fitted (net)....

...kilog. 60

50 394. Venetian blinds, for windows and doors, with rollers and other accessories

50 395. Manufactures not otherwise mentionedDo carved, of all kinds of wood (net]

.kilog. 15,600 50 Do do of wood pulp, moulded (net]

8,000 so Do Furniture, of common wood Do of fine wood Do Wood for the construction of houses, or for any other city or rural

building Do all other manufactures

50 The duties on chairs, tables, sofas, and other furniture or articles for domestic use only apply, save special dispositions, to articles plain or with mouldings ; those which are gilt, carved or with incrustations of wood, ivory, mother-of-pearl or common metal, shall, in the first case, be liable to double the duties, and in the other cases, to a surtax of 30 p.c., unles the value of the incrustations or carving is insignificant.

Articles included in this class, trimmed or covered, shall be liable to the following surtaxes : -When with silk tissue, 50 p.c.'; with tissues of wool or horsehair, 40 p.c. ; with morocco or other leather, 30 p.c. ; with cotton or linen tissues, 20 p.c. Articles not covered with tissues shall enjoy a rebate of 30 p.c. ; this rebate will be calculated on the duties stipulated for such chairs, sofas, &c., with cane seats.

The following woods are considered as common--pine, beech and cherry; and the following as fine-ash, pear wood, red wood, walnut, oak, sycamore, mahogany, maple, satinwood, roscwood, tuya-wood, jacaranda-wood, &c.; articles veneered with the above mentioned woods covered with a coating of paste ; plain, or with gilt frieze or mouldings, as well as those lacquered or varnished, are also considered as of fine wood.

Parts, detached and separate, made-up and adjusted, polished or finished, which, at the time of clearance, do not form the compleie object to which they belong, will pay per kilog, of fine wood, 3,100 reis ; of common wood, 1,200 reis.

Should articles enumerated in the present class be ornamented with ivory, mother-of-pearl, or tortoiseshell, they shall be liable, in addition to the respective duties, to a surtax of 30 p.c.

CLASS XIII. Cane, Bamboo, Rushes, Rattan, Osiers, and the like-raw or prepared. 396. Cane, Indian and bamboo...

..[net]..kilog. 400 50 Do of any other kind...

50 397. Rushes and rattan, raw

400 Do split, in straw, or prepared in any other manner

1,600 50 398. Osiers, unprepared, or in bundles..

15 Manufactures. 399. Cradles

..each 7,200

50 400. Sticks for parasols...

.... kilog. 1,000 Sticks for parasols with handles of ivory, mother-of-pearl or tortoiseshell, shall be liable to double the duties; should they have, in addition to handles, another part composed of one of these materials, they shall be subject to quadruple the duties. 401, Chairs, without arms...

...each 5,000 50 Do with arms.......

50 Do for children

3,000 Do rocking, and those not specially mentioned

14.400 402. Perambulators, with or without wheels, plain..

7.200 Do. lined or upholstered

16,000 403. Baskets, hampers, panniers, bags, &c., for sewing and other purposes

plain (cases or boxes of cardboard and similar wrappers, gross) .. kilog. 3,000
Do do embroidered, ornamented or lined with silk (same tare) .

9,000 Do large, for clothes, boules, packing, &c.

700 Do very common, for conveying earth and the like ....

60 Do Paper, market, bread and similar baskets......

3,000

50 Do for travelling and similar usage, with accessoriesDo do of glass, bone, huffalo or other horn, wood and the like ,

2,800

50 Do do of ivory, mother-of-pearl, silver metal and the like ...

5,200 50 Work-baskets with accessories shall be liable to a surtax of 25 p.c. 404. Hats, plain

each 1,600

50 Do trimmed

3,000 405. Washstands 406. Tables

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50 407. Pedestals, columns, and flower-stands (cases or boxes of cardboard and similar wrappers, gross]

..kilog. 4,800 408. Sofas

..each 24,000 409. Sticks for corsets (cases or boxes of cardboard and similar wrappers, gross]

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..kilog. 1,600 50 410. All other goods not speclally mentioned

50 Should articles enumerated in the present class be ornamented with ivory, mother-of-pearl, or tortoiseshell, they shall be liable to a surtax of 30 p.c.

CLASS XIV.
Straw, Esparto, Coir, Agave, Piassava, and other Vegetable Fibres

raw or preparod.
411. Raw, prepared, or improved in any manner, combed or hackled, for cigars,

loose, or in bundles or books (cases or boxes of cardboard and similar
wrappers, gross; barrels or cases, 10 p.c.]

....kilog. 4,000

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..(same tare)..kilog. 1,200

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40 15 412. Yarn, single (cases or boxes of cardboard and similar wrappers, including bobbins, gross)

...kilog, 300 15 Do twisted, or thread of all kinds, in clews or on bobbins (same tare] 2,000 50 413. Paina of all kinds (sacks, gross)

1,300 50 414. Zostera marina, or vegetable hair, and all similar fibres for stuffing mattresses and pillows (barrels or cases, 10 p.c.]

... kilog.

50 Tissues and other Manufactures. 415. Fans and screens

...doz 2,400 416. Wisps of esparto and the like (net)

.. kilog. 400 417. Caps, trimmed or not

..each 1,300 418. Brushes and gloves for cleaning animals

..doz. 2,600 419. Bridles, plain or with ornaments of common metal.. Do Halters

1,200 The provisions of note to No. 29 are likewise applicable to this number, *20. Mats and matting of esparto and the like, simple or common (net]..kilog.

50 Do do other, of all kinds

1,000 Do of coir, simple....

500 Do do seamed or trimmed with wool, linen, or cotton ....

1,000 421. Baskets, hampers, panniers, bags, &c., for sewing and other purposes, plain

[cases or boxes of cardboard and similar wrappers, gross] .kilog. 3,000
Do do embroidered, ornamented or lined with silk (same tare] .
Do large, for clothes, bottles, packing, and the like ...[net).

700 50 Do very common, for conveying earth and the like........

60 Do paper, market, bread, and other similar baskets..

3,000 50 Do for travelling and the like, with accessories of grass, bone, buffalo or other horn, wood, &c.

...(net)..kilog. 2,800

50 Do do ivory, mother-of-pearl, silvered pearl, &c. ........

5,200 50 Work-baskets with accessories shall be liable to a surtax of 25 p.c. 422, Hats of Chilian, Peruvian, or Manilla straw

.each 6,300

50 Do of Italian and similar straw, not trimmed..

2,600 Do of rice, oat, wheat, palm, and like straw, not trimmed

1,600 Do of all kinds, trimmed..... 423. Slippers or sandals of straw, woven or plaited

..pair 1,400 424. Mattresses, pillows, and similar articles, with covers of any tissue (net] kilog. 2,000 425. Cordage of all kinds, in the piece or cut [wrappers called capas, gross]

500 Do in manufactures (same tare]

600

50 426. Cords, plaits and tapes, thick (cases or boxes of cardboard and similar wrappers, gross]

.. kilog. 4.800

50 Do for trimming hats, plain or with glass beads (same tare]

16 000 427. Brushes of straw or vegetable hair, for clothes, hats, or hair.. ...doz. 8,000 Do for animals, with or without handles, and for other uses

24,00 428. Dusters..

12,000 429. Matting of Angola straw

..(net).. kilog. 200 Do fino, for beds, and for similar uses..

3,200 Do for floors and the like

1,100 430. Nets of all kinds for liammocks, fishing, or for covering animals (Aly-nets)

(net). kilog. 6,300 431. Sacks of gunny or of any other material or tissue

1,000 432. Blinds for windows....

.each 7,800 433. Brooms without handles

.doz. 9,000

50 Do with handles

11,000

So 434. All other articles not specially mentioned

SO Tissues of straw not specially mentioned will pay the same duties as those of linen according to quality. Manufactures comprised in the present class, with ornaments of ivory, mother-of-pearl or tortoisoshell, shall be liable to a suriax of 39 p.c.

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