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Rate of Law, 1894.

Duty. 363 Benzoic acid.......

...free. Benzoin, gum, see

Drugs." 568 Bergamot oil (T. D. 5594), (see note to oils, lemon). .....free.

Berlin blue, see Blues." 489 Berries, as fruit (T. D. 3162)....

..free. not edible (T. D. 3898), (drugs), see “ Drugs."

extracts of, see Extracts." Bessemer metal, see Iron and Steel." 443 Betanaphthol, coal tar product (T. D. 13410, 14022). .....free. 83 Betel leaves and nuts (G. A. 299), see par. 470 and 558... 10%

Beverages, see “Liquors." 60

effervescent preparations (T. D. 4968, 5528).. 25% 556 Bezoar stones....

...free. Bibs, as clothing (G. A. 2139).

in the piece as clothing partly made (G. A. 2967),

see “Clothing." 64 Bicarbonate of soda..

per lb. 12€ 60 of potash (G. A. 548)..

25% 54 Bichromate of potash...

25% 66

of soda. 177 Bick irons... 127 Bicycle axles (G. A. 2220), see proviso to "axles.. per Ib. 1/2

cranks, steel shapes, unfinished (G. A. 2588), see

ingots, under title “Iron and steel.” 137

chains or gearing (T. D. 9969).. 79 cement (T. D. 8507)...

10% 177

frames (G. A. 2189).... 177

lamps (T. D. 9004).. 148 nuts (G. A. 2220). .

25% 353

saddles, leather chief value (G. A. 2455). 177

screws (G. A. 2220)... 263

tire lining, cotton or vegetable fiber.. 130

tubes, steel (G. A. 483, 908; T. D. 13904)... 25% 177 wheels (G. A. 2417)...

35% 177 Bicycles (T. D. 3283). ... 320 Billiard and bagatelle balls, ivory, bone or other materials (T. D. 8797).

50% 354 same, ivory, unfinished (G. A. 1831)... 353 Binding leather.... rubber chief value (G. A. 2188)..

25% 264

shoe, cotton (G. A. 2226).... 263

spindle, cotton or vegetable fiber..... 300

silk, or silk chief value, elastic or non elastic
(G. A. 156)........

45% 286

wholly or in part of wool, worsted or animal

hair, elastic or non-elastic.....
other, see “Cords," “ Braids,' “Tapes,"

“Gimps," "Galloons,” and “Trimmings."
twine, see “Twine."

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Rate of Law, 1894.

Duty. 443 Binitro-toluole (T. D. 13410, G. A. 1850)....

..free. 177 Bird cages, brass or other metal*......

35% 400 skins, prepared for preservation, but not further

advanced in manufacture (G. A. 315, 1428,
1470)......

.free. with feathers on, dyed (G. A. 1019)... 35%

eggs, see “Eggs." 401 Birds, and land and water fowls, dead or alive, except poultry (T. D. 1098, G. A. 1916)....

.free. dressed and finished, suitable for millinery ornaments (T. D. 4290)....

35% stuffed, not suitable for millinery ornaments, see

"Specimens of Natural History." $3 Biscuits and crackers (G. A. 2989).....

20% 402 Bismuth.......

free. 60 oxide of..

25% 60 salts of...

25% 402 in sticks (T. D. 8868).

.free. 59 subnitrate of (G. A. 586).

25% Bisque ware, see “China." 177 Bits, saddlery.... 177 other, steel.....

35% Bitter apple, (colocynth) see “Drugs.” Bitters, see “Preparations” and “Liquors.” medicinal (T. D. 10418, 11138),

50 cents per pound, but not less than 25% Bitumen, see “Asphaltum.” 40 Black, made from bone, ivory, or vegetable, under what

ever name known, including bone black and

lamp black, dry or ground in oil or water.... 20% 592 lead or plumbago (T. D. 491, 1627)....

.free. $3 lead, preparations of (T. D. 1947, 6403)...... 20% 83 paste (T. D. 3632), if not aniline dye, but see Coal Tar Product."

20% 595 salts (T. D. 5096, G. A. 1249). .

.free. 9 Blacking of all kinds (G. A. 720). .

20% 129 Blacksmith's hammers and sledges, iron or steel..per Ib. 1/2° 351 Bladders, all manufactures of, or of which bladder is

component material of chief value, not specially pro-
vided for. (See notes to Section 4, Act of Aug. 28, 1894) 25%
(articles composed wholly or partly of bladder if not

found in this “Schedule" in their specific names,
are classified under this general provision.)

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* Musical bird cages, being cages containing figures of singing birds inside, which, being attached by a mechanical contrivance to musical boxes, go through certain evolutions during the performance of the music, are not toys, but dutiable according to the material of chief value (T. D. 10654). See par. 32672.

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Rate of Law, 1894.

Duty. Bladders-Continued. 403

and all integuments of animals and fish sounds

or bladders, crude, salted for preservation,
and unmanufactured, not specially provided
for (T. D. 14105, G. A. 1821.)

..free. 19

fish, or fish sounds prepared (T. D. 9484, G. A.
338, T. D. 14105). ....

25% Blades for knives, razors, etc., see respective article. 39 Blanc-fixe or artificial sulphate of barytes....

25% Blanketing, woolen, in the piece (T. D. 4271, 9012) see

“ Woolens.”

machine, according to material of chief value.
Blankets, wool or animal hair, see “Woolens."
264

endless, cotton and rubber, cotton chief value
(T. D. 8226)........

35% printers', see Felts under title “ Woolens,' 311 Blank forms, printed, not lithographed (T. D. 3941)..

25% Blanks, file, see “Files." 327 Blasting caps...

..per m. $2.07 explosives, see Powders.” 277 Blay linens, as linen cloth......

35% 537 Bleaching powder or chloride of lime (G. A. 954)... ... free. 181 Blinds, bamboo (T. D. 7651, G. A. 820)..

25% 211 Bloater paste (T. D. 14267, 14906)...

20% Blocks, last, wagon, oar, gun, heading, paving, match,

and all like blocks or sticks, see blocks under

“Woods."

die or blanks, see “Iron and Steel.” 469 Blood, dragon's..

.free. 404 dried..

.free. 2254 pudding (T. D. 7066)..

20% Blooms, see “Iron and Steel." 38 Blues, such as Berlin, Prussian, Chinese, and all others,

containing ferrocyanide of iron, dry or ground in or
mixed with oil (T. D. 8312, 1705)....
same, when in pulp or mixed with water, on the mate-
rial contained therein when dry.....

64 Blue galls, as nutgalls. 59 mass (T. D. 620).....

25% S3 pulp (T. D. 4089) but see coal tar product

20% ultramarine, see “Paints." 405 vitriol or sulphate of copper

...free. 43 wash, containing ultramarine.

36 14

a coal tar color and containing no ultramar-
ine (G. A. 1346, 1565)...

25% Boards, see lumber under title “Woods." 535 Boats, life, imported by societies for saving life.. ... free. 276 Bobbinet, cotton or linen (netting)...

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Rate of Law, 1894.

Duty. Bobbin wire, see “Wire." 294 Bockings, printed, colored, or otherwise (T. D. 3279) ... 30% 352 Bodkins, bone or horn (T. D. 4703). .

25% 354

ivory (T. D. 4703)..... 150 metal.

25% 90 Bohemian glassware, see

Glass"

40% Boiler iron, tubes, flues, or stays, see “Iron or Steel.”

bottoms tin, see "Tin, manufactures of.” 406 Bologna sausages (T. D. 5472, 9406, G. A. 867)..... ..free. 131 Bolt blanks, iron or steel.......

per lb. 124 Bolt rope, as cordage. 407 Bolting cloths, especially for milling purposes, but not

suitable for manufacture of wearing apparel
(T. D. 10626, G. A. 2724)....

..free. 302

cloth, silk, for manufacture of wearing apparel
(T. D. 10272, 10645, G. A. 1238)....

45% 131 Bolts, iron, or steel, with or without threads or nuts, or bolt blanks (G. A. 1483). .......

..per Ib. 1/26 177 for doors, &c., brass, iron or other metal.........

35% “constr’tion and repair of vessels, see "Vessels.”

shingle, handle, heading, and stave..... .. free. 352 Bone, all manufactures of, or of which bone is compo

nent material of chief value, not specially pro-
vided for (see notes to Section 4, Act of Aug. 28,
1894) ......

25% (articles composed wholly or partly of bone if not

found in this “Schedule" under their specific
names, are classified under this general provi-

sion.) 40 black....

20% 9

char, suitable for use in decolorizing sugars. .• 20% 40 not so suitable (T. D. 9044)...

20% 465 cuttle fish or sepia....

.free. 320

dice, draughts, chessmen, chess balls, and billiard,

pool and bagatelle balls (T. D. 8797). ......... 50% dust or animal carbon, and bone ash, fit only for fertilizing purposes..

.free. 19 size (G. A. 349) as glue....

25% 408 Bones, crude, or not burned, calcined, ground, steamed,

or otherwise manufactured (G. A. 2831)........free. 326/2 or castenets (wood) (T. D. 2510)..

25% Bonnet pins, see “ Pins.”

Bonnets, and materials for see Hats." 594 Bookbinders' agate burnishers (G. A. 1989). .

..free. 341 calf skins, dressed and finished...

20% 264

cloth, cotton (T. D. 3834, 5830, 8909, 13385). 35%
paper, surface coated (G. A. 554)..
webbing, flax (G. A. 1000).

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Rate of Law, 1894.

Duty. 311 Books* and pamphlets, bound or unbound, not specially

provided for (G. A. 775, 831, 1967, 2243). 25% 307

blank, for copying, of tissue paper. 311

(T. D. 9904)... 410

bound or unbound, which shall have been

printed more than twenty years at the date of
importationt ......

..free. 311 copy, partly printed (G. A. 2982)...

25% specially imported for use of United States, see

“United States."
specially imported for schools and societies, see

“Societies." 413

for State or public librariest (T. D. 8558).......free. 411

and pamphlets printed exclusively in languages

other than English † (T. D. 11118, G. A. 623,

831, 1093, 1094, 1262, 1266, 1268, 2397).... .free. 410

and periodicals (scientific) devoted to original

scientific research, and publications issued
for their subscribers by scientific and literary
associations or academies, or publications of
individuals for gratuitous private circulation
and public documents issued by foreign gov-
ernments † (G. A. 2851).......

...free. 411

and music, in raised print, used exclusively by
the blindt..

... free. professional, of persons arriving in the United

States, see “Effects."
as personal or household effects, see “Effects.”

pocket, according to material of chief value. 313

scrap, paper chief value (T. D. 2109) but see
Albums”.....

20% 353 leather chief value (T. D. 2109)..

30% *“ Books exported and bound abroad are liable to duty on their full value on their return. The assessment of duty cannot be restricted to the value of the binding done abroad” (T. D. 666).

+ Books, although recently rebound for purposes of preservation, are free of duty under par. 410 (T. D. 13164, citing in extenso, In re Boston Book Co., Circuit Court, 50 Fed. Rep. 914 and G. A. 1865.)

{The importation of books, copyrighted in the United States, without the consent of the owner of the copyright is prohibitedwhen such reprints are imported collectors are to detain them without entry and notify the owners of such copyrights, provided they have filed their certificates of ownership (T. D. 5342, 5416). See Copyright Act of March 3, 1891 (supra).

Copyright articles imported to be deposited in the Library of Congress are free of duty (T. D. 14587).

Books exempt from duty may be imported by mail and will be detained only for inspection to prevent fraud and infringement of domestic Copyrights, (T. D. 10364). The importation of any obscene literature, whatever may be its general object or tendency, and in whatever language it may be published, is prohibited (T. D. 9039), see Section 10 of Act Aug. 28, 1894.

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