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CLASS XXXI. Mathematical, Physical, Chemical and Optical Instruments and Apparatus.

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p.c. a.v. 812. Agates for magnetic compasses

.dozen 1,200

15 813. Alcoholometers (Gay-Lussac's and similar), of glass....

4,800 15 Do of metal

..each 1,000

15 814. Alidades, of metal with pinule

3,000 15 Do of metal with telescope, level, circle or semi-circle

10,000 15 815. Hour glasses, of wood

.....dozen

2,000 15 Do of metal

6,000 IS 816. Anemometers (Combes' and other), for measuring the velocity of the wind

.each 5,000

IS 817. Anemographs or anemometers and dial weathercocks ....

80,000 15 818. Electro-galvanic or electro-magnetic rings, collars and chains (as No. 643]

kilog. 16,000 15 819. Apparatus, gasogenes (Briet's and similar)

.each 4,000

50 Do do (Loth's and similar)...

1,300 50 Do not specially mentioned

15 820. Areometers, acid gauges, liquor gauges, syrup gauges and other similar instruments, of glass

......dozen

2,400 15 Do of metal

..each

15 821. Barometers of every kind..

8,000 15 822. Ships' logs of metal

6,000 15 823. Magnetic needles for compasses..

400 15 824. Compasses, small, plain or with meridian lines, watch shape or with diopter and declinations for plane-tables

..each 1,200

15 Do Geological, with metal case and prismatic compasses (Captain Kater's, Bournier's and the like)

15 Do for land surveying, large, with metal or wooden cases, plain.... 4,000 15 Do do with telescope and level......

7,000 15 Do do with telescope, level and semi-circle

8,000 IS Do Tranche-Montagne, set in wood or metal, with circle or semicircle

15 Do for ships, and compasses not otherwise mentioned

15 825. Chains for surveying, of iron, plain, galvanised or varnished [tare as 643)

kilog. 300 15 826. Cameræ Lucidæ, with prisms, and lenses, fitted in tubes or in wooden boxes, lenses and mirrors

... each 4,000

15 Do Obscuræ, with prisms, stands and curtains, for landscapes and portraits

..each 12,000

15 827, Compass pegs, chapiteis, of metal with agates

......dozen 6,000 15 828. Geodesical or reflection circles

.......each 40,000 15 829. Mathematical compasses, Verge's, elliptical and reduction, of one-fourth circle

..each 2.000 IS

3,000 15 830. Volta's condensers

...each 5,000

15 831. Thread-counters

...dozen 2,000 15 832. Pedometers and second-counters

..each 1,600 15 833. Daguerreotype or photographic apparatus..

15 834. Measures, graduated scales and other similar articles of bone, horn, wood or metal

.. each

300 15 Do of ivory

1,000 15 Do of boxwood or metal, for stereometric purposes

3,000 15 835. Squares for surveyors, octagonal or round, with or without compass.. 1,200 15 Do graduated in the centre, with or without compass

3,600

15 Do not specially mentioned

6,600

15 836. Cases or boxes with drawing.pens, compasses, protractors or similar

mathematical instruments : Do containing up to 12 pieces

.... .each 1,600 15 Do more than 12 and up to 18 pieces.

2,400 15 Do

18
24

5.000 15 Do 24 pieces

10,000 15 Do with mineralogical necessaries or accessories, small

10,000 15 Do the same, large, and Plathner s complete cases ..

48,000 15 Do not specially mentioned

15 837. Syphon bottles or vessels

.each 1,000

15 838. Geographical globes, up to 20 centimetres in diameter.

1,500 15 Do more than 20 and up to 40 centimetres in diameter..

4,600 15 Do

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60

12,000 15 Do 60 centimetres in diameter..

20,000 15 839. Graphometers, with pinule and compass

3.000 15

Do plain

......dozen

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Reis. p.c. a.v. Graphometers, with telescope, pinule and compass

..each 8,000

15 Do not otherwise mentioned

15 840. Gravimeters....

..each 8,000 15 841. Artificial horizons, of glass, with level..

3,000 15 Do of metal, with mercury...

8,000

15 842. Hygrometers, common, with figures or hair, mounted on cardboard or wood

..each 500 15 Do of metal, with hair

2,000 15 Do Daniell's and Mounier's

4,000

15 Do Allward's, Crova's and Regnault's

12,000 15 843. Hypsometers...

8,000 15 844. Magnets, artficial, of all kinds (tare as 643]

. kilog.

2,000 15 845. Kaleidoscopes

.dozen 6,000 50 846. Magic lanterns and dissolving view apparatus, common

..each 4,000 50 Do with stands on wheels and reflectors.

20,000 50 Do with megascopic apparatus

60.000

50 Small common magic lanterns and dissolving view apparatus for the amusement of children, are dutiable as toys. The duties on special apparatus for magic lanterns are included in the above duties. Slides or pictures are dutiable separately. 847. Lenses, mounted in metal, convex or concave, for use in physics ....each

3,000 15 Do for clockmakers, engravers, &c.

..dozen 3,000 15 Do in cases, with a single glass

3,000 15 Do do with more than one glass

6,000 IS 848. Telescopes, micrometric, Rochon's, &c., for measuring distances ....each

12,000 15 Do mural for observation..

30,000 15 Do meridional, and those not specially mentioned

15 849. Electric, hydrogen, platinic pneumatic and other machines

15 850. Steam-gauges, manometers

..each 5,000

15 851. Tide-gauges

120,000 15 852. Sun-dials of marble, &c., plain.

2,000 15 Do detonating

6,000 15 Do not otherwise mentioned

15 853. Microscopes, plain, common, with from one to three lenses

..each 3.000

15 Do compound or achromatic, with more than three lenses.

12,000 15 Do solar and the like

32,000 15 Do not specially mentioned

15 854. Turnstiles, Woltmann's

.each 8,000 15 855. Marine globes

8,000 15 856. Levels, plain, spirit, with or without tube of brass or steel..

.dozen 7.000

15 Do with tube of brass and handle of glass or clinometers...

...each 3,000

IS Do water large, with tube of tinned sheet-iron and glass cylinder

2.000 15 Do do with tube of brass and glass cylinder

4.000 15 Do do not otherwise mentioned ..

14,000 15 857. Glasses, opucal, &c., perspective, of cardboard of all kinds .......dozen 6,000 IS

Do do of brass, with tubes of wood, bone, horn, &c., covered or not with
leather, up to 20 centimetres long..

..each 1,600

15 Do do do more than 20 and up to 50 centimetres long

2,800 15 Do do do

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5.000 15
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10,000 15 Do do do more than 150 centimetres long..

20,000 15 Do do not otherwise mentioned

15 Do binocular or opera, of tin-plate, brass, porcelain, buffalo or other horn, plain, painted, varnished, or covered with leather..

...each 5,000

50 Do do of ivory, mother-of-pearl or tortoiseshell, with or without gilt tubes...

... each 12,000

50 Do do not specially mentioned Do spectacles, single and double, eye-glasses, pince-nez, quizzing glasses, goggles, &c.Do do of horn, composition, bone, buffalo horn, caoutchouc, iron, steel, nickel, aluminium or any other common metal

....dozen 3,600 Do do of tortoiseshell..

10,000 50 Do do of silver, gilt or not.

6.000

15 Do do of gold

45,000 15 The mountings without glasses shall be liable to the same duties as those stipulated, according to quality. The foregoing duties include those on the common boxes or cases in which the glasses, &c., are imported. Perspective glasses with tubes of tortoiseshell, ivory or mother-ofpearl, shall be subject to a surtax of 30 p.c. in addition to the duty leviable on those with tubes of wood, bone or horn. 858. Palinuros, nautical instruments

..each 8,000 15 859. Pantographs, common, with ruler of white wood..

1,000

15 Do do do of ebony, in boxes

4.000 15 Do do do of netal, in boxes...

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p.c, a.v. 860. Pantometers

..each 12,000

15 861. Pluviometers, Casella's, with earthen vases

2,000 15 Do Babinet's, of metal

4,000 IS Do not specially mentioned..

15 862. Patent plumb-lines for nautical use.

.each 6,000

15 863. Psychrometers, on wood

2,000 15 Do on metal

6,000

15 864. Levelling staffs, of wood, sliding with sight..

3,000 15 Do of wood, with mire parlante

6,000 15 Do not specially mentioned

15 865. Saccharometers, Dubosq's and the like

15 866. Sextants and octants....

12,000 15 867. Stereoscopes, small, plain, of cardboard or common wood

1,200 50 Do do of fine wood or covered with leather

7,000

50 Do large, with column, of all kinds, for 20 views or more..

20,000

50 The views which accompany stereoscopes are dutiable separately. 868. Telescopes.

15 869. Thermometers, common, graduated upon wood, brass, or other base metal, alabaster, porcelain, or glass

.each 600 15 Do common, graduated upon ivory or mother-of-pearl

1,600 15 Do not otherwise mentioned

15 870. Theodolites

.each 60,000 15 871. Drawing pens

..doz.

2,000 15 872. Protractors, of horn, metal, or wood

.each 300 15 Do of metal, with semi-circle and scales

4.000 15 Do of metal, with circle, scale, and needle

8,000

15 873. Transits, American, with compass, with or without circle

40,000 15 874. Glasses, for spirit levels, graduated or not

doz, 2,000

15 Do for spectacles, opera glasses, telescopes, eye-glasses, cosmoramas, and all other optical instruments (tare as 643)....

... kilog. 6,000 50 875. Views, on glass or metal, daguerreotype or photographic, for stereoscopes

doz. 8,000

50 Do do on glass, common, for magic lanterns

1,500 Do do on glass, with wooden frames

10,000 Do on paper (dutiable as prints). 876. Mathematical, physical, chemical, or optical instruments and apparatus not specially mentioned

15 In the duties on instruments and articles of this class are included those on the stands, plane tables, fastenings, and mountings with which imported ; the same is also the case with regard to common boxes or cases which preserve the instruments from damage or breakage. When the articles enumerated in the present class have incrustations or fittings of ivory, mother-of-pearl, tortoiseshell, precious metals and stones, and when not mentioned in that state, they shall be liable to a surtax of 30 p.c.

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CLASS XXXII.

Surgical and Dental Instruments and Articles. 877. Needles, for suture, without handles..

..kilog. 18,000 Do for seton, vaccine, Cooper's, and similar, with handles

........doz,

3,200
Do for cataract, &c.

9,600
Do Pravas, for sub-cutaneous injections, &c. (small syringes)
Do other, of all kinds, with handles of gold or silver

..doz. 26.000 878. Probes and catheters, of zinc, tin, or any other common metal..

2,400 Do of caoutchouc celluloid

kilog. 6,000 Do of silver........

...doz. 15,600 879. Amygdalotomes

..each 5,000 880. Apparatus, Esmarch's and the like, for astrictions.

2,400 Do Potain's, Dieulafoy's, and the like

7,000 Do for fractures of arms and legs

4,000 881. Bistouries, with handles of bone, wood, or metal

..doz. 5,600 Do with handles of ivory, mother-of-pearl, or tortoiseshell..

7.300 882. Keys, pincers, levers, and similar instruments for extracting teeth .... each 1,200 883. Boxes, portfolios, and cases, for surgeons and dentists, with instruments

for lancing, stopping, and extracting teeth, or with scalpels and other
similar surgical instruments, containing up to 6 instruments ........cach 2.400
Do do more than 6 and up to 12 instruments

6,000
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Reis. Boxes, with instruments for autopsy, amputation, trepanning, cataract, accouchement, and other similar surgical instruments, containing up to 6 instruments

...each 4,000 Do do more than 6 and up to 12 instruments

8,000 Do do

12
18

11,000 Do do

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14.000 Do do

24
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20,000 Do do

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30,000 Do do

50 instruments. Do with cupping glasses

.each 4,000 Do empty boxes and cases (cases or boxes of cardboard, gross) .... kilog. 2,400 Do empty portfolios...

.each 1,000 884. Cephalotribes, forceps, and trepans

4,000 885. Cautery plates

..doz. 2,000 886. Abdominal, hypogastric, and umbilical bandages

..each 1,400 887. Ear trumpets of caoutchouc, &c.

700 888. Lister's dressing-cotton, plain, hydropathic or saturated with an antiseptic substance .....

[tare as 643]..kilog, 600 Do Gauze, plain or saturated with an antiseptic substance, catgut, drainage tubes and suture thread

. (same tare)..kilog. 800 Do Mackintosh or protective

2,000 889. Artificial teeth, single, separate or in sets

64,000 Do fitted in wax

32,000 890. Scalpels with handles of wood, bone or metal

..doz, 2,000 891, Compresses, esmagadores...

...cach 4,800 892. Surgical or dental mirrors

..doz. 8,000 893. Skeletons, skulls and any other part of skeletons, for the study of anatomy [cases or boxes of cardboard or wood, gross]

.... kilog 700 894. Stylets and tent-probes of common metal, steel or iron..

...doz. 1,600 Do of silver

4.700 895. Knives for performing amputation

8,000 896. Instruments, separate, for stopping, cleaning, lancing and cauterising teeth

doz. 3,600 897. Fleams for bleeding ..

2,400 898, Trusses, with or without spring, covered with any leather, tissue or caoutchouc, single

..dom. 4,000 Do do double

7,200 Do with screws, single

12,000 Do do double

20,000 Do electro-magnetic, single..

24,000 Do do double

48,000 899. Lancets

3,000 900. Laryngoscopes, pharyngoscopes, ophthalmoscopes, otoscopes and the like

each 2,000 901. Tooth files

[tare as 643]..kilog. 8,000 go2. Lithotomes and lithotriptors

..each 4,800 903. Machines, vulcanising, for dentists

6,400 904. Feeding-bottles and accessories, complete..

..doz.

4,000 Do the glass bottles alone

2,000 Do the nipples, complete, with stopper and tube, without the bottles 1,000

Do the nipples alone.... 905. Human figures, for the study of anatomy.

..each 6,400 906. Hammers for use in autopsy and dentistry

..doz, 9,600 907. Substances for stopping teeth, including cadmium mastic [cases or boxes of cardboard, gross]

....kilog. 16,000 908. Elastic stockings, for compressing swellings, of linen or cotton ......doz. 6,000 Do do of silk.....

16,000 909. Crutches, simple or with springs

..pair 2,800 910. Artificial eyes (of glass or porcelain)...

..each

500 911. Wooden legs, without springs

1,400 912, Pincers for surgeons, simple,

..doz.

,200 Do in the form of scissors, for cutting

6,000 Do with turned points, for operating aegilops, polyps, &c...

9,600 Do of silver....

25,000 913. Caustic-cases, needle-cases and stone-cases, of silver

10,400 Do not specially mentioned.

2,800 914. Pulverizers, ether sprayers and apparatus for chloroforming

.each 2,000 915. Scarifiers of every kind

1,300 916. Syringes and irrigateurs, of caoutchouc .........[tare as 643)..kilog. 3,200 Do of tin .....

600 Do of yellow metal

4,000 Do of bone, horn, wood or glass

2,000 Do with spring (irrigateurs)

..each 2,000

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p.c, av, 917. Hand-saws, large and small

..each 1,600

15 918. Speculums of glass or porcelain..

.kilog. 5,200 Do of caoutchouc, buffalo horn, wood or similar materials

3.200

15 Do not specially mentioned, small, for the nose, eyes and ears ....cach 700 IS Do large, for other purposes

2,000 IS 919. Stethoscopes and pessimeters.

1,000 IS 920. Suspensory bandages of cotton or linen

..doz. 1,300

15 Do of silk..

5,000 15 Single bandages and single pouches shall be liable to one-half the above duties. 921. Splints of wood, cardboard or wire, for fractures of the arms or limbs doz. 2,000 15 922. Hollow probes, of iron, steel or other common metal

2,000 15 Do of silver ......

7,800 15 923. Surgical scissors and tenaculums

8,000 15 924. Milk-drawers of any kind

2,000 15 925. Tourniquets

... each

1,300 15 926. Trocars

...doz. 8.000 15 927. Uretrotomes

..each 5,000

15 928. Cupping-glasses, of caoutchouc and glass

...doz. 2,000 15 Do of glass

500 15 929. Instruments not otherwise mentioned and single parts thereof

Do of steel, polished iron, or of common metal ..(tare as 643]. . kilog. 18,000 15 Do of silver

.... gramme 100

15 Do of glass or faience

..... kilog. 5,200 IS Do of caoutchouc or wood, buffalo or other horn, and the like stare as 643] 10,000 15 Do Machines or apparatus..

15 Should the articles enumerated in this class be ornamented with, or have fittings of, ivory, mother-of-pearl, tortoiseshell, or silver, and when not mentioned in such state, they shall be liable to a surtax of 30 p.c.; should the ornaments or fittings be of gold or set with precious stones, this surtax shall be 50 p.c.

CLASS XXXIII.

Musical Instruments and Accessories. 930. Bows for violins or violoncellos

........each

800

50 931. Chinese bells for music bands

20,000

SO 932. Mandolins, mandores, and banjos

8,000

50 933. Batons for bandmasters, of ebony or other wood, with or without fittings of metal

..each 2,000

50 Do do do with fittings of silver

4,000 Do of narwhal or ivory, wholly or in part.

8,000 934. Mouthpieces of bone, wood, horn, or buffalo horn

..(net)..kilog. 10,000 Do of metal

8,000 Do of crystal

12,000 Do of ivory..

40,000 935. Shoulder or waist belts for drums and other instruments

.each 2,000 936. Mouthpieces for clarionets and other similar instruments, of wood

800
Do of crystal

1,200
Do
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4,000
Do of metal or horn, for cornets-à-piston
937. Cases or boxes, for pianos or harmoniums, or piano-harmoniums, without
mechanism..

....each 200,000

50 Do for all other instruments of common wood

1,500
Do do of fine wood, or covered with leather of any kind..
Do Musical boxes (hurdy-gurdies), with cylinders, small, stringed
(com corda)

...each
Do do with handle (com manivella) (tare as 643]

.. kilog. 2,000 Do do large, up to 25 centimetres in length.....

..each 8,000 Do do do more than 25 and up to 32 centimetres in length.

12,000
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35.000
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50,000

50 Do do do

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70,000
Do do do
70 centimetres in length..

100,000

50 Do

Musical boxes, without cylinders, played by means of circular sheets
of any kind of metal, up to 12 centimetres in length

... each 2,000
Do do do more than 12 and up to 15 centimetres in length....
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