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p.c.2.v. Plates and sheets, polished, silvered, up to 3 millimetres in thicknessDo do do up to 20 sq. decimetres surface...
50 Do do do more than 20 and up to 40 sq. decimetres surface
50 Do do do
240 Do do do 80
300 Do do do 100 SG. decimetres surface
400 Do do of a thickness of from 3 to 8 millimetres, up to 20 sq. decimetres
surface Do do do more than 20 and up to 40 sq. decimetres surface
240 Do do do 40
280 Do do do
320 Do do do
500 Do do of a thickness of from 8 to 10 millimetres, up to 20 sq. decimetres surface
140 Do do do more than 20 and up to 40 sq. decimetres surface
280 Do do do
420 Do do do
80 Do do do
1,000 Do do of a thickness exceeding 10 millimetres, up to 20 sq. decimetres surface
200 Do do do more than 20 and up to 40 sq. decimetres surface
400 Do do do
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50 Do do do 100 sq. decimetres surface
1,400 Bevelled glass shall be liable to a surtax of 30 p.c. The surface of the above-mentioned glass, whatever be its geometrical shape, shall always be considered as a rectangle, taking for a basis the longest and broadest continuous sides. 656. Needle-cases, bracelets, carrings, brooches, ornaments, and other similar articles (tare as 643]
....... kilog. 12.000 50 657. Buttons (same tare]
50 658. Beads and bugles, of a satiny appearance, white or coloured, imitation
pearls, &c., hollow or fine, including spangles [hogsheads or cases, 20 p.c.; cases or boxes of cardboard and similar wrappers, gross] ....kilog. 6,800 50 Do cut or cast, painted, enamelled, oxidised, perfumados &c., including glass pendants (missanga) (same tare]
50 Do wrought, not specially mentioned (same tare]
50 659. Wreaths and other funeral articles, ornamented or not (tare as 643]
5,000 50 660. Enamel, fine, for jewellers (net)....
8,000 IS Do common or cobalt, vitrified, for potters (net]
2,500 IS 661. Flasks for scents; vases and flower-pots, busts, figures and similar fancy
baskets, 35 p.c. ; cases and boxes of cardboard and similar wrappers,
... kilog. 2,800 50 Do No. 2 (same tare]
4,000 In the weight of the vases or figures having reservoirs or accessories of any kind or any material, and adapted to serve for lighting purposes, is included that of such reservoirs or accessories if they cannot be separated. If the contrary be the case, said articles will be dutiahle separately, according to their quality. 662. Decanter, demijohns and common botiles, of common glass, dark, called
black, and the like-
.kilug. 150 Do with do
50 Do do white, or of greenish or bluish colour-Without emery-ground stopper and neck (same tare]
300 Do do with emery-ground stopper and neck, and also with lid of metal (same tare]
400 50 Do Bottles or flasks, covered with straw, leather or cloth, with or without tin cups or glasses..
[same tare)..kilog. 1,300
50 Do Demijohns covered with osiers or straw
Do Syphons with spring stoppers for aërated waters .... 663. Glass insulators for telegraph or telephone posts
100 $0 The provisions of note to No. 650 are likewise applicable to this number. 664. Lustres, candelabra, candlesticks and chandeliers [hogsheads or cases, 40 p.c. ; hampers or baskets, 25 p.c.]......
..... kilog. 3,200
50 The duties on the pendants, globes, chains, arms, and other parts of ustres, &c., imported separately or in excess, are included in the above rate.
p.c. a.v. 665. Roofing tiles of all kinds (hogsheads or cases, 20 P.C. ; hampers or baskets, 10 p.c.)
SO 666. Glassware not specially mentioned, articles for table use, such as tumblers.
glasses, decanters, fruit-dishes, plates, sugar basins, saltcellars, mustard
1,100 Do do No 2 (same tare)...
1,200 50 Copper wire gauze in cylindrical pieces adapted for paper-making machines 1,200 Do articles intended for other uses, such as boxes or cases of all kinds, liquor flasks, water tumblers. tête-à-tête, ewers, basins and other necessaries for lavatories ; large vessels and bottles for pharmacies, pastry-cooks and confectioners, with wide neck, emery-ground or not: spittoons, sockets for chandeliers, bell jars, shades, globes, reservoirs, lamp chimneys, glass reflectors, lanterns, lamps, inkstands, paper presses, knobs for doors and windows, and similar articles : (same tare) No 1, kilog., Rs. 1,000, p.c. 50; No. 2
...........kilog. 2,000 50 Do Tubes for machines, graduated glasses, funnels, graduated or not ; oil cups, drop-counters, syphons, retorts, balloons and similar articles for laboratories and pharmacies ; vases for elements, with or without lid, of
earthenware or glass ; testing glasses and the like (same tare)....kilog. 400 30 The above duties include those on the fastenings, ferrules, ornaments and small chains, of metal, imported with the articles, attached to or combined with them, as well as those on all fittings, and ornaments of wood forming part of the same. Lamps with stands of iron, lead, zinc or any other similar metal shall enjoy a rebate of 30 p.c.
The following shall be considered as faience and porcelain of: white faience ; granite ware ; white faience or granite ware, with fillets, edges or borders of whatever colour ; white faience or granite ware, painted or printed ; white faience or granite ware, copper coloured and the like ; white faience or granite ware, enamelled ; dark earthenware of all kinds; Japan faience and the like ; white faience or granite ware of all kinds, gilt ; porcelain, white ; porcelain, white, gilt in any manner; porcelain, painted, printed or enamelled ; porcelain, painted, enamelled or printed, with gilding of any kind ; biscuit. The following shall be considered as glass of: glass, plain or moulded and emery-ground or dulled glass ; glass, cut, wholly or in part.
Glass, coloured, opaque, painted, enamelled or gilt, shall be liable to a surtax of so p.c.
The following are not considered as of glass No. 2: decanters, fruit-dishes and similar articles, plain, of glass No. 1, having the knobs of the covers and stoppers slightly cut.
When porcelain or glassware of different numbers is found in the same package, and when the interested party objects to the verification of the net weight of each kind, duty shall be levied as if all the goods belonged to the class subject to the highest duty.
Gold, Silver and Platinum. 667. Gold, in bars, powder, or ore, or in any other raw state or in broken articles free.
Do in leaves, for gilding and dentistry (paper, cases, or boxes of cardboard and similar wrappers, gross]..
...kilog. 45,000 15 Do national or foreign coins
free. Do Medals, archæological, numismatic and similar collections (net)
5 Do Jewellery, set with diamonds, rubies, sapphires, pearls, emeralds or opals....
15 Do do plain, of all kinds, or with filigree, corals or fine stones not otherwise mentioned, or with imitation stones (net]
400 Do Pons, with or without diamond points
15 Do all other articles not specially mentioned..
15 668. Silver, in bars, powder, or ore, or in any other raw state or in broken articles free. Do in leaves, for silvering and dentistry (tare as 667]
15 Do national or foreign coins ...
free. Do Medals, archaeological, numismatic, and similar collections (net)
gramme 30 $ Do Fringes, galloons, braids and other kinds of trimmings, white or simply of silver (with the exception of cases or boxes of cardboard, gross)
kilog. 25,000 15 Do do gilt, galvanised or oxidised, perdumadas (same tare]
35.000 19 Do Epaulettes, tassels and similar articles (tare as 643]
42,000 15 Do Silversmiths' wares, plain, figured, stamped, enamelled, or set with imitation stones, plain or gilt; also with filigreeDo do Plate for table, toilet and similar purposes......(net)..
30 Do do Jewellery, rings, bracelets, ornaments, &c.......
30 15 Do of any other kind, set with mosaics, corals, pearls, precious stones, and other ornaments .........
19 Do all other artiokes not specially mentioned (net] ............ gramme
p.c. a.v. 669. Platinum, erude, in bars, sheets, wire, sorap, powder or sponge (net]..gramme 80
15 Do wares of all kinds
300 15 In the weight of articles of this class is included that of the accessories and parts of the said articles, such as handles, feet, &c., when they are of ivory, mother-of-pearl or tortoiseshell; this is also the case for those of glass, faience, porcelain, wood, horn, &c., when they cannot be separated from the articles in order that the respective duties be levied thereon ; in this case, however, a reduction of 30 p.c. will be made. Knives, forks, and other similar articles, with blades, and other accessories of iron, steel, or any other common metal, shall also enjoy a reduction of 30 p.c., these accessories being included in the respective duties. The duties upon jewels include those on the small common cases in which imported.
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Copper and its Alloys-raw or wrought. 670. Copper, smelted, cast, in filings, blooms, bars, ingots, rods, &c., rolled in plates or sheets, with or without alloys (hogsheads or cases, 8 p.c.] kilog.
Manufactures. 671. Packing needles and similar articles (tare as 643]
kilog. 8,000 50 672, Utensils or table services, trays, large and small plates, liquor cases, cruet
stands, spoons, forks, and other similar articles for domestic use ; basins,
..(same tare)..kilog. 4,000
50 Do silvered or gilt, entirely or partially
50 (673. Rings and half-rings, plain, for harness
1,200 1674. Cradles, plain or simple....
...each 16,000 Do with artistic work or ornamented.
42,000 1675. Jewellery of all kinds, plain, varnished, oxidised, gilt or silvered [tare as 643]
... kilog. 12,000 50 This number includes ornaments, rings, bracelets, watch-chains, buttons not specially mentioned, buckles, combs, belts, and all other ornamental articles, with or without imitation stones, gilt, silvered or oxidised, perfumadas. 676. Buttons with holes, for trousers [tare as 643].......
... kilog. 3,000
50 Do for clothing, uniforms or liveries : Do do simply polished or varnished, plain or with crests, numbers or initials (same tare]..
.....kilog. 6,000 50 Do do gilt, silvered or oxidised, plain or with numbers, initials or crests...
.[same tare)..kilog. 12,000 so 677. Cavessons for animals
750 678. Padlocks, plain or common...
50 Do do pump, secret, letter and all other kinds
6,000 679. Chairs and stools, plain and simple..,
each 6,000 Do with artistic work or ornamented..
12,000 Do rocking, and chairs and stools not otherwise mentioned.
24.000 680. Bedsteads, plain, single
24,000 Do do double
40,000 Do do children's
17.000 Do with artistic work, single
65,000 Do do double
50 Do do children's
45,000 The duties on bedsteads include those leviable on mattresses of iron, steel or copper wire imported therewit!. Bedsteads measuring in width up to 1'10 metre, interior measurement, shall be considered as single. 681. Bells, hawk-bells, cow-bells and call-bells:
Do common, for doors, clocks, animals, &c. with or without springs
50 Do electric, with cases of wood, iron or any other material, for whatever
.(same tare)..kilog. 4,000
50 Do office or church Do do plain or simply polished
50 Do do worked or with ornaments, gilt, silvered. &e...
6,500 50 682. Wire-ribbons, braids, fringes, galloons, cords, lace and all other trimmings,
gilt or silvered, so-called semi-fine and oxidised perfumadas, also so-
kilog. 8,000 683. Plates, smooth, for engravers (net)
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Reis. Plates, engraved, with inscriptions for letters or other commercial papers,
p.c. a.'. documents, &c.
..(net)..kilog. 32,000 Do do for printing tissues and similar uses
15 Do fixed upon lead or other metals and on wood..
2,000 50 684. Collars for animals (cases or boxes of cardboard or wood and similar wrappers, gross]
..kilog. 6,000 50 685. Epaulettes, tassels and similar wares (same tare).
1 2,000 686. Spurs, large, called Chilian
..doz. pairs 20,000 Do not specially mentioned
10,000 687. Stirrups, filed
10,000 Dy polished, with springs. Do do without springs
16,000 Do for side-saddles
.dozen 12,000 Do so-called estribeiras or caçambas, cast
40,000 Do do forged....
50 688. Locks with only one turn, and with or without gudgeon (barrels or cases
5 p.c. ; cases or boxes of cardboard and similar wrappers, gross] .. kilog. 2,400
50 689. Copper wire, plain, in cords, strings, cables, cordage and other wares
Do not covered, of white, red or yellow melal (barrels 10 p.c.; cases 20 p.c.; cases or boxes of cardboard and similar wrappers, including bobbins or boards on which wound, gross).
.... kilog. 400 30 Do covered with paper, cotton, caoutchouc or any other material, for whatever use (same tare]
.....kilog. 900 30 Do gilt or silvered, or covered with silk, pure or mixed with cotton, wool or linen, for whatever use (same tare]
... kilog. 2,400
30 Do covered with cotton and caoutchouc with an envelope of lead o: iron,
for submarine or underground cables, telegraphs, telephones, the trans-
50 Do Cages, rat and mouse traps
.. (same tare).. 4,000 Do copper wire gauze, in the piece
2,400 Do do in articles of all kinds
4,000 Do not specially mentioned..
So 690. Buckles, plain, for harness (tare as 643]
50 691. Leaves for gilding and silvering (same tare]
12,000 50 692. Bits and snaffles of all kinds, complete or not, or unfinished, filed or polished, with or without curbs...
.each 1,800 Bits simply having fittings or ornaments of silvered metal shall be liable to a surtax of 30 p.c, 693. Eyelets for boots and shoes, corsets and similar uses, plain or varnished
(barrels or cases, 10 p.c.; cases or boxes of cardboard and similar wrap-
...... kilog. 1,600 50 694. Tinsel (brass foil), white or coloured, and thread for looms (same tare) 4,000 50 695. Medals and archeological or numismatic collections and similar articles
(same tare) .. kilog. 2,000
50 696. Powder flasks, with or without straps
5.000 50 697. Nails, tacks, pegs, and rivets....
50 698. Bells, suspension (barrels or cases, 5 p.c.]
50 699. Tubing of all kinds (net)...
500 30 700. All other articles not specially mentioned, filed or simply polished, var
nished, tinoed, or bronzed, or with ornaments of any other common
... kilog. 2,000 50 All articles of copper and its alloys not specially mentioned, plain or ornamented, or with accessories of faience, porcelain, or glass, are included in the preceding number. Shades and globes belonging to said articles, and dutiable separately, are excepted. Articles of this class, gilt or silvered, but not specially enumerated in that state, shall be liable to a surtax of 50 p.c. Articles of copper, plated, not specially provided for, shall be dutiable as articles of copper and ts alloys, with a surtax of 50 p.c.
Lead, Tin, Zinc, and their alloys.
metal for the game manceas (barrels or cases, 5 p.c.; cases or boxes of
....... kilog. 30 15 Do in foil, for packing snuff, &c.*
150 jo Do in tubes, for water and gas conducts, &c.; also in sheets, plates, or wire
.kilog. • Tare as No. 701.
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Reis Lead weights for scales, clocks, and fishing nets.
.kilog. 150 Do manufactures not specially mentioned, plain*
1.600 Do do silvered or gilt, entirely or in part Do do
3.500 not specially mentioned
2.500 702. 'Tin, crude, in bars, rods, grains, ashes or powder, pieces, scrap, waste, and in any other form.
kilog. 400 30 Do Jewellery of all kinds, plain, varnished, gilt, silvered, oxidised, or with imitation stones*
.kilog. 12,000 50 Do in thin leaves or capsules, for covering bot. &c., plain or embos.
1,000 Do in tubes, for stills, &c.*
300 Do in plates, for engraving music
go Do do engraved, or with inscriptions for letters, music, &c., plain or mounted on wood (stereotypes)*
. kilog. 1,400 Do Weights for scales*.
300 Do manufactures not specially mentioned, plain*
1.000 Do do silvered, bronzed, gilt
, or paintede Do do
3.500 not specially mentioned*
2,500 SO 703. Zinc, crude, in bars, plates, lumps, scrap, bars for electric battery, or in any other form
30 Do Jewellery of all kinds, plain, varnished, oxidised, gilt, silvered, or with imitation stones
.kilog. 12,000 Do in plates, sheets, or lumps, plain or simple*
50 Do do painted or varnished, for whatever use Do do for engraving music* Do Nails, tacks, pegs, and rivets*
400 Do manufactures not specially mentioned, plain*
1.000 Do do silvered, gilt, bronzed, wholly or in part*
3.500 50 Do do not specially mentioned
2,500 50 Jewellery includes ornaments, rings, bracelets, watch-chains, buttons not specified, clasps, combs, and other ornamental articles.
so 50 50 50
Iron and Steel-raw or wrought. 704. Iron, cast, in ingots, pigs, lumps, or puddled, crude (net) ...... kilog. 205. Plates, simply rolled, and hoops for casks, pipes, barrels, bales, and similar
..(net)..kilog. 706. Iron, in bars and rods, and generally rolled iron of every kind 707. Iron, in coarse filings (barrels or cases, 5 p.c.) 708. Steel, in bars or rods (barrels or cases, 20 p.c.]
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Manufactures of Iron and Steel. 709. Needles, sewing, for sewing machines of all kinds, crochet, &c., (cases or boxes of cardboard or tin and similar wrappers, gross) ....kilog. 4,000
50 710. Door-bells, case bolt-locks, and latches for doors or windows (same tare] 711. Curry-combs (barrels, 20 p.c.; cases, 5 p.c.)..
500 50 712. Cables and moorings (barrels or cases, 5 p.c.).. 713. Fishing hooks (tare as 643]....
3,600 60 714. Saddle-bows 715. Rings and half-rings, tinned, varnished or polished, for keys (same tare]
50 Do other of all kinds, with or without shanks or screws (same tare]
kilog. 6,000 716. Trays, waiters, painted or varnished, gilt or not (same tare]
1,000 Do with ornaments of mother-of-pearl, ivory, or tortoiseshell (saine tare]
So 717. Cubs (barrels, 5 p.c.)
50 718. Cradles, plain or simple Do ornamented or with artistic work
10,000 719. Gas-burners (tare as 01)...
50 ..kilog. 2,400
50 720. Jewellery of sicel (same tare).
12.000 50 In this number are included ornaments, earrings, bracelets, watch-chains, &c., with or wishout imitation stones. 721. Jews'-harps (same tare] 722. Buttons, with holes, for trousers (tare as 643).
..kilog. 2,000 so Do not specially mentioned (same tare]
2,000 723. Scule-beams and plates, imported together or separately, with or without
3,000 53 suspension chains (same tare)..
...kilog. 1,000 50
#Tare as 701.