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p.c. a.v. 596. Tissues not otherwise menioned, of floss silk, unbleached (net].... kilog. 20,000 60 Do bleached, dyed, printed, figured or brochés (net].......

30,000

60 Do knitted, of pure silk, or of silk mixed with any other material, with or without glass beads (net]

..kilog. 42,000

60 Do not otherwise mentioned, plain, figured, damasked or with flowers and

other relveted ornaments imitating embroidery, brochés (net) ....kilog. 56,000 70 597. Bands and insertions of any kind of silk tissue, or of silk mixed with any

other material, plain or embroidered, with or without lace, including
plaits, plissés...

[tare as 588]..kilog. 45,000

60 598. Blinds for windows, with or without rollers...

..each 12,000 599. Velvets, plain, figured, with flowers or other ornaments imitating embroidery, brochés, of pure silk

.(net)..kilog. 50,000 Do of silk and cotton...

25,000 60 Articles enumerated in the present class, if ornamented with glass pearls and bi ads, and when not described in that state in the tariff, shall enjoy a rebate of 20 p.c.

CLASS XIX.

603.

Paper and its Manufactures.
600. Albums for drawings, photographs, and postage stamps, with covers of

wood or cardboard, bound in paper, cloth, leather, or skin, plain or with
ornaments of any kind other than of gold, silver, ivory, mother-of-pearl,
and tortoiseshell (cases or boxes of cardboard and similar wrappers, gross]

kilog. 3,000

50 Do with covers of ivory, mother-of-pearl, or tortoiseshell, do do

(same tare] kilog. 12,000

50 Do with covers of sandalwood or Chinese lacquer, of silk, velvet and the like, do do (same tare]

..... kilog. 5,000

50 Do with ornaments of gold, silver, ivory, mother-of-pearl, or tortoiseshell

(same tare]

SO Albums containing prints, chromos, or photographs, will pay 30 p.c. in addition to the above duties. 601. Boxes and cases of cardboard, pasteboard, or papier-mache, for snuff and similar purposes.....

...(same tare)..kilog. 6.000 50 Do large, for hats, head ornaments, and the like

1,000 50 Do small, for wafers, druggists', perfumers', and analogous uses (same tare]

......kilog. 1,500 50 602. Cardboard, white or coloured, in sheets (boxes, 10 p.c.; bales, 2 p.c.; cases or boxes of cardboard and similar wrappers, gross]

... kilog. 300 50 Do cut for visiting cards, &c., plain or with giit edges, with gilt borders or fillets, painted or embossed (same tare]

.. kilog. 1,000 50 ring cards, in packs

•pack 1,000 50 Do not finished, or in sheets for cutting out, coloured or simply printed

(same tare) kilog, 10,000 604. Hats and caps, plain, imitating straw or covered with oilcloth, for soldiers

each 1,600 50 Do trimmed

3,100

50 605. Prints, drawings, and photographs, for the study of anatomy, botany, and

other sciences, also of instruments and machines, or models for the arts
and trades, bound, stitched in paper, or loose (cases or boxes of cardbo ard
and similar wrappers, gross]....

...kilog. 300 15 Do for placards, advertisements, toys, and similar uses (same tare) 3,000 50 Do on gelatine, or on oiled or gelatinous paper, for windows, Glacier and other systems

...(same tare]..kilog. 1,000 50 Do not specially mentioned...

5,600 50 Prints imported with, and forming part of, illustrated journals shall pay the duties levied on journals. Prints gummed on cardboard for placards and advertisements shall enjoy a rebate of 30 p.c. 606. Blank books, of paper, plain, ruled or lined, for accounts, &c., with or without printing...

. (same tare)..kilog. 4,000

50 Do for copying letters, notes, and memoirs do do

2,600

50 607. Printed books, journals, periodicals, and reviews, stitched or bound, with

covers of cardboard lined with paper, cloth, leather, or skin, plain or with
ornaments of any material other than gold, silver, ivory, mother-of-pearl,
and tortoiseshell (boxes, 10 p,c.; bales, 2 p.c.; cases or boxes of cardboard
and similar wrappers, gross]

...kilog. 300 15 Do do with covers of ivory, mother-of-pearl, or tortoiseshell (same tare]

kilog. 12,000

50 Do do with ornaments of gold or silver.....

50 608. Manuscripts of any description, bound, stitched, or in separate sheets free

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Reis. p.c. 609. Maps, hydrographic and similar charts, bound, stitched, or in separate

sheets (boxes, 10 p.c.; bales, 2 p.c.; cases or boxes of cardboard and
similar wrappers, gross]

... kilog. 300 610. Music, stitched, bound. or in loose sheets

300 611, Printed or lithographed articles, invoices, notes, bills of lading, envelopes,

account sales, circulars, prospectuses, visiting cards, travelling tickets,
receipts, block notes, posters, labels, calendars, advertisements, price lists
and other similar goods, single or in sheets, gummed or not, oi paper or
cardboard, of any size or quality, loose, stitched, or bound, of one colour*

kilog. 4.000 Do of two or more colours

7,000 Printed wares, in loose sheets, gummed on cardboard, shall enjoy a rebate of 30 p.c. The preceding articles when abandoned and sold at public auction, and when the offered price does not cover the duties, shall be withdrawn from the sale and destroyed. Prospetuses, catalogues, posters, and other similar articles, exclusively destined to advertise industrial products, and imported for gratuitous distribution, shall be liable to the duties leviable on printed books, with a rebate of 60 p.c., whatever be the colour in which printed. 612. Cap and shako peaks of cardboard, plain or covered with leather or oilcloth, bordered or not with metal

.. kilog. 3,200

50 613. Paper, pulp, of any quality, for the manufacture of paper.

Do for writing and drawing, of any quality, white or coloured-
Do do plain, ruled, or lined...

.kilog. 350

50 Do do with gilt edges, stamped, ruled for commercial purposes, bordered

or with fillets, painting, engraving, embossing, and monograms .. kilog. 1,000 50 Do Printing paper, plain and common, for journals*. Do do glazed, and all other qualities*

15 Do painted, printed, dyed, or coloured, plain, figured, or moroccoed, for binding and similar uses

. kilog.

400 50 Do gilt or silvered, real or imitation

1.600

50 Do albumenised or chlorıdated, for photography*

2,600 Do Blotting and filtering*

300 50 Do Packing paper, not printed

150

50 Do do printed

50 Do white or coloured, satiny or not, in pieces or in rolls, for prints*

15 Do lined with cloth, for any use

400 50 Do Tissue paper, white or coloured, for copying letters, unsized or oiled, carbonised, Oriental, rice, Chinese, vegetable, and similar paper*..kilog. 600

50 Do Toilet paper*.

300

50 Do for cigarettes and the like, in sheets or rolls

500 Do co in booklets or cases *

1.300 Do Wall paper, painted, embossed, of any quality*

2,600 Do do do gilt, silvered, or velveted*

4.000 Do Brims of cardboard, covered with cotton or cloth, gummed, for hats

kilog. 1,000

50 Do Collars, cuffs, and fronts, for shirts

5.000

50 Do Linings and side pieces for hats, with or without tissue of silk

800
Do Bags or cornets, without inscriptions
Do do with inscriptions

1.200
Do Envelopes for letters

900 Do coated with imitation gold or silver, for the manufacture of flowers

kilog. 6,000

50 Do in bands or ribbons, for telegraphs

300 Do do other

4.000 Do Chinese lanterns, lamp shades, and the like

2,000
Do cut or prepared in any other manner, for confectioners, with or with-

out crackers or inscriptions of any kind, and like wares ... kilog. 4,800 50
Serpentines and confeiti (cases, 10 p.c. ; sacks, gross; cases or boxes of
cardboard and similar wrappers, gross]

...kilog. 1,000 100 614. Cardboard, varnished, for cap peaks and similar uses*

700 50 Do not specially mentioned** 615. Portfolios, plain or covered with tissue, leather or oilcloth (cases or boxes of cardboard and similar wrappers, gross]

..... kilog. 2.000 Do covered with velvet or silk (same tare)

9,000 616. All other articles of paper, cardboard, or papier-maché, not otherwise mentioned

So Should articles enumerated in the present class be ornamented with ivory, mother-of-pearl, tortoiseshell, gold, or silver, and when not specially mentioned in that state, they shall be dutiable at the rate of 50 p.c. ad valorem.

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CLASS XX.

Stones, Earths, and other Minerals. 617. Alabaster, marble, porphyry, jasper, and other similar stones

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p.c. a.v. Do in the rough, in pieces, hewn or sawn ......

...cubic metre 15,000 Do do in blocks or slabs, simply sawn........

sq. metre

2,300

30 Do in powder (hogsheads or cases, 5 p.c.)

... kilog. 60

50 Do polished or manufactured, tiles, slabs, of any form or kind, for what

..sq. metre 5,600 50 Do articles not specially mentioned

50 Slabs exceeding 10 centimetres in thickness shall, when rough, be considered as hewn or sawn pieces ; when polished, they shall be dutiable as polished or manufactured articles. 618. Amianthus or asbestos

Do raw or prepared, unravelled, carded, in fibres, wool, or tow, and in

powder, pure (hogsheads or cases, 5 p.c.; tins, sacks, and iron barrels,
gross]

...kilog. GOO
Do do Yarn, twisted, cord, or string (same tare)..

9,400
Do articles and tissues-
Do do tissues, ribbons, gaskets, and washers of tissue, combined or not

with wire or a composition of caoutchouc or talc (same tare)......kilog. 1,100
Do do Paper and cardboard in shects, or cut in any form or shape, for
whatever use, combined or not with caoutchouc, wire, or in pulp with an
admixture of another material (same tare]

......kilog. 500
Do do Powder, mixed or compound, for the manufacture of amalgam
destined to cover boilers, pipes, and for similar uses (same tare) ..

.. kilog.

50 Do do Lubricating cream (same tare)....

330
Do do Colours in whatever manner prepared (same tare).

100
Do do Ornaments and fittings of cardboard for roofs and walls
Do do Wearing apparel

Do do articles not specially mentioned.
619. Moulding clay and sand (hogsheads or cases, gross]

..kilog.

25 620. Clay of all kinds, crude (same tare]...

25 621. Manufactures of clay, apparatus and articles not specially mentioned, of

any form or shape, and for whatever use, plain, glazed, or enamelled
[hogsheads, 30 p.c.; cases, 25 p.c.; hampers or baskets, 20 p.c.)....kilog.

800

50 Do Basins or vessels for kitchen use, fountains, water-closet basins, filters, conducts and syphons in reservoir shape, and other similar sani. tary articles of non-porous stoneware, plain, glazed, or enamelled [hogsheads or cases, 8 p.c.)....

...kilog. 150 30 Do Pitchers, jars, and similar receptacles of non-porous stoneware, plain, glazed, or enamelled (same tare)...

.. kilog. 80 30 Do Water conducts and pipes, straight, curved, and conducts and pipes of other kinds, for whatever use (same tare]

..kilog. 100
Do Figures, busts, statues, vases, and other articles, for table and house-

hold ornament (hogsheads, 30 p.c.; cases, 25 p.c.; hampers or baskets, 20
p.c.;cases or boxes of cardboard or wood & similar wrappers, gross] kilog. 3,500
Do do for gardens, &c, (same tare]

800

50 Do Crest tiles, fittings, and all other ornaments not specially mentioned, for roofs, chimneys, and partitions

..(same tare] .. kilog. 170 50 Do Bottles or vases of clay for the pile, insulators and any other parts, with or without copper fittings for electric installations

50 Do Models and similar articles for the arts...

60

15 Do Pieces of all kinds, not specially mentioned, for the construction of houses and shops (same tare]

....kilog. 40 50 Do articles of fire-clay, not specially mentioned, of any form or shape, for stoves, blast furnaces destined to the smelting of metals, sand, and other minerals....

15 Do Roofing tiles of all kinds, including ventilators and chimney-tops of clay, plain

... hundred 8,000 60 Do do of clay, glazed

76,500 50 Do Bricks, building, solid

.... thousand 25,000

50 Do do do hollow

50,000 Do do paving, of clay, plain...

. square metre

850

50 Do do do of clay, glazed, ceramic tiles..

2,000

40 Do do do of calcined clay and non-porous stoneware, plain or with mosaics..

.square metre 5,000 50 Do do Fire-clay or refractory

... thousand 48,000

50 Do do Bath bricks (hogshears or cases, 10 p.c]

. kilog. 60

50 Do Cylinders for Pasteur and other filters...

free Metal fittings, parts of caoutchouc, aud vessels of faience or glass, imported with cylinders for filters, shall be dutiable separately. Vessels of earthenware with filters of charcoal shall be liable to the duty leviable on apparatus and articles not specially mentioned, of any form or shape 622. Bitumens, solid, amber, jet black or yellow succin [hogsheads or cases, 10 p.c.; casks and similar receptacles, 20 p.c.]..

.... kilog. 1,600 50

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p.c. a.v. Bitumens, solid, asphalte prepared for streets ........ .[same tare)..kilog. 10 50 Do do do not specially mentioned

100 50 Do Liquid, rectified or colourless

1,600

So Do Coal tar, liquid, in paste, or solid [barrels or tins, gross]

20

50 623. Armenian bole, ordinary or common (hogsheads or cases, 5 p.c.]

200

50 Do for gilding (same tare)...

500

50 624. Lime, in lumps or in powder (hogsheads or cases, 10 p.c.; sacks, gross]

60

50 625. Coal and charcoal, carbons prepared for electricity (same tare]

200

50 Do Coal and coke

free 626. Roman and Portland cement and the like, raw or in powder (same tare) kilog. 20

30 Do in tiles, plain or coloured, so-called Lithoidos mosaics, with or without incrustations of marble (same tare]

..... square metre 3,200

60 627. Emery, for whetting saws and cleaning knives, in stones or bricks (cases or boxes of cardboard and similar wrappers, gross)

...kilog.

300 Do do in powder

..(same tare)..

500
Do Grindstones
Do not specially mentioned.

300 30 Grindstones imported with machines shall be dutiable separately. 628. Ice net)

... kilog.

15 629. Gypsum, in lumps or native sulphate of lime (selenite) (hogsheads or cases, 10 p.c.; tins, 5 p.c.; sacks, gross)...

....kilog. Do in powder or calcined...

..(same tare)..

60

50 Do manufactures of, models and similar articles for the arts

200 15 Do do not specially mentioned

2,000 50 630. Chalk, in lumps (hogsheads or cases, 10 p.c.; tins, 5 p.c.; cases or boxes of cardboard or wood and similar wrappers, gross].

..kilog. 30 15 Do in powder or prepared (same tare]

60

50 Do prepared for tailors, for billiard cues, &c...

900 50 631. Glass, spun, slag wool, silicate cotton, for boilers [hogsheads or cases'.5 p.c.; sacks, gross)

...kilog. 50 30 Do Silicate boiler cloth (same tare].

15 632. Slate, unprepared, in slabs and for roofing (tare as 623] ....... kilog. 60

50 Do in tiles

.sq. metre 1,600

50 Do cut or prepared in pencils or in writing slates (same tare] ...kilog.

50 Do in articles not specially mentioned.. 633. Flint stones, rough [hogsheads or cases 5 p.c. ; sacks, gross]. ... kilog

30 Do cut or prepared for fire-arms, &c. (same tare]

300 634. Pumice stone, powder, &c. [hogsheads or cases, 10 p.c. ; cases or boxes of cardboard and similar wrappers, gross)

.kilog. 100

50 635. Bloodstone, African and Tripoli stone (same tare]

800

50 636. Granite and freestone, rough or hewn....

30 Do Wrought altar stones

...each 700 15 Do do Millstones, vulcanic, up to 80 centimetres in diameter

1,500 15 Do do do exceeding 80 centimetres in diameter........

2,500 15 Do do other of all kinds, hooped or not...

5.000

15 Do do Grindstones for garden implements [tare as 623] ....kilog.

15 Do do Whetstones for razors and tools..

.(same tare)..

300 15 Do do do also grindstones

40 15 Do do Filtering stones ......

100 15 Do do building, paving and similar stones

IS Do do not specially mentioned

15 Stones imported with mills shall be dutiable separately. 637. Lithographic stones, up to 30 centimetres in length

.each 1.000 15 Do more than 30 and up to 60 centimetres in length

2.800

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7,200 IS
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90 centimetres in length."...

12,000 15 Lithographic stones imported after having been partially worked or entirely finished shall be liable to a surtax of 50 p.c. 638. Precious stones, raw or cut, such as diamonds, emeralds, sapphires, rubies,

opals, topazes, amethysts, cornelians, onyxes, mosaics and stones not
otherwise mentioned..

2 639. Filters of so-called Azores vulcanic stones

..each 5,000 640. Plumbago, graphite or blacklead (natural carburet of iron), in lumps or powder (tare as 633] .

...kilog.

$0 641. Fluor spar

.[same tare)..

30 25 642. Talc, crude or in powder..

40 Do packing covered with cotton, wool or linen

soo 50 643. Earths, infusorial (cases or boxes of cardboard and similar wrappers, gross]....

... kilog.

50 Do kaolin or china clay (same tare).

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not specially mentioned, crude or prepared..

15 644. All minerals not otherwise mentioned

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CLASS XXI.
Faience and Porcelain.

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p.c. a. v 645. Needle-cases, bracelets, earings, brooches, ornaments and similar articles

[as No. 643]. . kilog. 12,000 50 646. Articles and pieces, of any shape or make, not otherwise mentioned

Do of faience or porcelain No. 1 (hogsheads, 35 p.c.; cases, 30 p.c. ;
hampers, baskets or crates, 25 p.c.]

.. kilog.

50 Do kilog. (same tare]. .No. 2, Rs. 250. p.c. 50 ; No. 3, Rs. 300, p.c. 50 ; No. 4, Rs. 600, p.c. 60 ; No. 5, Rs. 1,200, p.c. 60; No. 6

2,000 60 For descriptions of faience or porcelain Nos. 1, 2, 3, &c., see note at the end of present class. 647. Tiles or slabs, ceramic

..S9. metre

2,000

40 648. Buttons [tare as 643]

.. kilog. 1,300

50 649. Funeral wreaths [same tare]

5,000

50 650. Vessels for elements, insulators, buttons for electric bells and articles of faience of all kinds, with or without copper parts, for electric installations

(net)..kilog. 200 Iron brackets or support imported with insulators and not attached thereto shall be dutiable separately. Screws of iron or wood shall likewise be subject to the duties leviable thereon. 651. Vases, flower-pots, scent-bottles, figures, images, medallions, statues and

other ornamental articles-
Do for table ornament and the like, of faience and porcelain Nos. 1, 2, and

3 [hogsheads, 45 p.c. ; cases, 40 p.c. ; hampers or baskets, 30 pc.) kilog. 2,500 50
Do do do Nos. 4, 5 and 6

.(same tare).. 4,000 Do for gardens, of faience and porcelain Nos. 1, 2 and 3

500 50 Do do do Nos, 4, 5 and 6

2,400

60 In this number are not included globes or bell jars, flowers and stands, belonging to vases and flower-pots ; these articles pay duty separately.

Glassware. 652. Cullet, residues from glass manufactories and broken or useless wares.... free 653. Vitrifications in the mass, conical or in tubes, for cutting or polishing

(tare as 643]..kilog. 2,400

50 Do cut and polished, or imitation precious stones (same tare).... I 2,000 654. Powder (sacks, gross]

60 655. Plates or sheets, for windows, skylights, and vessels

Do do white, plain, or fluted, opaque (foscos), ground, or imitations

thereof, combined or not with wire (wire glass) [cases, hampers, or
baskets, 15 p.c.) ..

..kilog.

50 Do do coloured, figured, or ground, or imitations thereof (muslin glass), and fluted glass (same tare]

.kilog. Do do painted, representing pictures set in any common metal (same tare....

.. kilog. 3.200 50 Do do Slabs, thick, white, or greenish (same tare)

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50 Do do do more than 20 and up to 40 sq. decimetres surface

100 Do do do 40

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80 Do do do 100 sq. decimetres surface

240 Do do of a thickness exceeding 8 and up to 10 millimetres, up to 20 sq. decimetres surface

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