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p.c. a. V 9. Hats of the fur of the hare, otier, beaver, or of horsehair, not trimmed, each 6,400 60 Do trimmed .....
a.v. 60 10. Mattresses, pillows, and other similar articles, with linings or co: erings of leather, or of any kind of tissue
... kilog. 2,500
50 11. Cordage of all kinds, in the piece or in made-up articles, such as oilbags
and sacks for fat acids, simple or with iron or copper fittings, and similar
... kilog. 700 30 12. Tissues of horsehair, crinoline, in the piece or in patterns (net)
50 Do in made-up articles of any kind not specified, with or without mountings of steel or whalebone (net]....
... kilog. 8000
50 13. Brushes, with handles or backs entirely of ivory, mother-of-pearl, or tortoiseshell, for whatever use
.... kilog. 36,000 50 Do with handles or backs of bone, buffalo or other horn, or wood, with
or without inlaid work, for clothes, hair, and similar uses.... ..doz 8,000
2,000 Do for cleaning metals, and other uses....
50 Do for tablecloths, floor-scrubbing, and like uses
50 Do for shoes, harness, and animals, with or without straps..
4,000 50 Do not specially mentioned...
4,000 50 Brushes combined with combs, mirrors, &c., shall be liable to a surtax of 20 p.c. By beard brushes shall be meant those of which the surface covered with hair does not exceed in by 6 centimetres. Brushes exceeding this size shall be considered as hair brushes. 14. Feather dusters, of peacock and similar feathers
50 Do of all other kinds
50 15. Corsets of horshair.
50 16. Fans of feathers, with handles, ribs or fittings of bone, horn, or wood 3.500 50 Do with ribs of ivory, mother-of-pearl, or tortoisesbell..
24,000 50 Fans only measuring 27 centimetres from the extremity of the fittings to the extremity of the feathers shall be considered as children's fans, and liable to one-half of the respective duties. 17. Plumes, pompoms, for military equipment--of feathers (with the exception of cardboard boxes, gross)
50 Do of horsehair (same tare]
... kilog. 7,000 50 18. Feathers, for flowers and ornaments, small or in bunches (tare as 17] ICO,000
Do do bird's, ornamental, cock and pigeon feathers, and the like stare
in flowers, single or in wreaths and other ornaments (tare as 17) Do Quills for writing, plain, cut or not
.. kilog. 4,000
50 Do do gilt or painted, cut or not
50 19. Brushes, painters', &c., large, with curved handles, for tarring
50 Do for painting and whitewashing*
... kilog. 3,200
50 Do fine, ir. quills, for painting and other similar uses*.
25.000 50 Do for artists and gilders, including flat brushes for graining®
12,000 50 Do other kinds, fat, round or pointed, for varnishing, tracing, &c.* 5,000 50 Do for, shaving, with handles of bone, buffalo or other horn, wood or common metal
.. kilog. 6,000
50 Do do of ivory, mother-of-pearl or tortoiseshell*
30,000 Painters' brushes, &c., imported without handles, shall be liable to double the duties. 20. Brooms of all kinds-with handles
50 Do without handles
9,000 50 21. Hand screens, with handles of bone buffalo or other horn, or wood, each 1,300 50 Do with handles of ivory, mother-of-pearl or tortoiseshell
50 22. All other articles not specially mentioned..
50 Tissues of hair are dutiable as those of wool, according to kind. When articles mentioned in the present class bave ornaments or fittings of ivory, mother-of-pearl or tortoiseshell, and when they are not enumerated in that state, they shall be liable to a surtax of 30 p.c. those ornamented with gold or silver shall be subject to a duty of 60 p.c. ad valorem.
CLASS III. Hides, Skins and Leather--raw, prepared, tanned or lacquered. 23. Hides and skins, raw. of all kinds--green (net)
30 Do dried and salied (net) 24. Prepared and lanned, with the hair-ermine, beaver, ofter, &c. (cases,
300 10 p.c.; bales, gross) ..
.... kilog. 7,600
30 Do do not specially mentioned
2,000 Do without the hair, parings or scraps of kid..
1,200 Do do Sole leather and tan cow-hide
1,800 Do do Wild boar, chamois, morocco moroccoed "leather, kid skins
..(same tare) kilog. 2,200 30 * Tare allowance as No. 5.
40 30 40
P.c. a.v Prepared without the hair- other not specially mentioned, of natural colour
..(same tare) kilog. 1,400
30 Do do do dyed or blackened
30 Do lacquered or varnished, ox-hide or horse-skins, grained, called Russian leather
..(same tare) kilog. 6,000 60 Do do smooth, and all other smooth or grained leather
3,000 30 Fine manufactured or embossed leather or hides shall be liable to a surtax of 20 p.c.
Manufactures of Leather. 25. Whips without handles
..doz. 6,000 26. Harness of all kinds of leather, for carriages, with ornaments of varnished or tinned iron, single harness
... set 60,000 so Do do with ornaments of common metal, single harness
120.000 60 Do do with ornaments of plated, silver, or gilt metal, single harness » 240,000 Do for tramway's .....
40,000 60 37. Purses, bags, necessaries and cases, for sewing, plain or combined with
silk, empty or with fittings of bone, horn, wood, iron, &c.* ...... kilog. 4,000 60 Do with fittings of ivory, mother-of-pearl, tortoiseshell, &c.*.
12,000 Do for travelling, valises, haversacks, &c.—without fittings, or empty*, 3,000 60 Do do with fitings of glass, porcelain, bone, wood, horn, iron, &c.*,
60 Do do with fittings of ivory, mother-of-pearl, tortoiseshell, gilt or silvered metal, &c.
kilog. 15,000 28. Game bags, plain, or with powder and shot flasks
60 29. Bridles of leather of all kinds, for saddle horses, with reins, plain, or with trimmings or ornaments of common metal
60 Do do with ornaments of fine metal, or of gilt or silvered metal .. 5,000 60 Do for draught horses with reins, plain or with trimmings or ornaments of common metal....
..each 10,000 60 Do do with ornaments of fine metal, or of gilt or silvered metal.. 20,000 Do do halters
60 Bridles without reins, and reins imported separately from the bridles, are subject to onehalf the above duties. 30. Boots and shoes-Boots, long, Hessians
..pair 20,000 Do not specially mentioned
15,000 60 Do and laced shoes, of leather or skin, or cotton, woollen or linen tissues, up to 22 centimetres in length...
........ pair 3.000 Do do more than 22 centimetres in length
7,000 60 Do do of silk, or other tissues mixed with silk, up to 22 centimetres in length
.. pair 6,000 60 Do do more than 22 centimetres in length
60 Do Low shoes and buskins, of leather or skin, or of cotton, woollen or linen tissues, up to 22 centimetres in length
.pair 1,200 Do do more than 22 centimetres in length
3,200 60 Do of silk,or other tissues mixed with silk, up to 22 centimetres in length, 3,000 60 Do do more than 22 centimetres in length
7,000 Do Slippers and sandals, of leather or skin, or of cotton, woollen or linen tissues, up to 22 centimetres in length
700 Do do more than 22 eentimetres in length
1,400 Do of silk, or other tissues mixed with silk, up to 22 centimetres in length
.. pair 3,000
60 Do do more than 22 centimetres in length
7,000 60 Do Clogs of all kinds
1.900 Boots and shoes with high uppers, for women and children, called ladies' boots and half. boots, which exceed in height, excluding the heels, two-thirds () of the length of the sole, and shoes of all kinds embroidered with gold or silver thread, shall be liable to a surtax of 20 p.c.
Shoes in which silk is simply used for embroidering, ornamenting, &c., shall not be considered as shoes of tissues mixed with silk.
Leather of all kinds, cut-out for shoes, stitched or lined, shall be considered as a finished and prepared article, but a reduction of 20 p.c. of the respective duties shall be granted.
By buskins are understood common shoes, half-goloshed, with straight heels of one piece, low uppers and ordinary eyelets. 31. Hats and caps of all kinds
60 32. Ammunition bags, with or without tubes, and those in form of a powder flask.
60 33. Girths.
1,200 60 34. Carriage traces, cilhöcs, plain, or with omaments or fittings of common metal
60 Do with ornaments or fittings of plated, gilt or silvered metal
60 35. Belts of all kinds
... kilog. 10,000 60 36. Horse collars, plain, or with ornaments of common metal
.each 6,000 Do with ornaments of plated, gilt or silvered metal
10,000 60 Tare allowance as No. 5,
p.c. a, v 37. Cravats
........doz. 6,300 60 38. Fans of all kinds
....each 2,600 60 39. Stirrup-leathers..
..doz, pairs 18,000
60 40. Gloves of kid, including Swedish
60 Do of chamois, beaver and the like
60 41. Trunks of any size, with or without lining of pasteboard, covered with
sheepskin, canvas and the like, up to 60 centimetres in length ....each 5,000 Do do from 60 to 80 centimetres in length
12,000 60 Do do above 80 centimetres in length
25,000 60 Do of sole or other leather, varnished or not, up to 60 centimetres in length
60 Do do from 60 to 80 centimetres in length Do do above 80 centimetres in length
36,000 60 42. Hose, machine belting and all other articles of leather, for pumps and for ships' use (net.)..
.., kilog. 2,400
30 43. Blankets, cloths, pads and skins of morocco, guariba, onca, goat or other, for horses (net.]....
...kilog. 2,000 50 44. Breast straps of white, dyed or varnished leather..
60 45. Leggings or gaiters .
.. pair 5,000 60 46. Tips for billiard cues.
.. kilog. 5,000 50 47. Cruppers of white, dyed or varnished leather
60 48, Saddles for men, covered with pigskin, or with pigskin and chamois leather, or with skin known as jaspeados....
60 Do do covered with sheepskin, or with sheepskin and pigskin
15,000 60 Do for ladies'or girls, covered with pigskin'and velvet, or with velvet 50,000 Do do covered entirely with chamois, morocco or sheepskin, or having the seat only of pigskin
60 Saddles for men and for women, and all other similar articles for the use of travellers and persons crossing the frontier, are free from duty,
The duties on saddles do not include those of the harness with which they are imported. 49. Bands for hats, stitched or not*..
....... kilog. 2,400 20 50. All other articles of leather not specially mentioned, shoemakers' or sad
dlers', for military and other outfit, with or without ornaments of common
.... kilog. 6,000 60 When articles mentioned in the present class are ornamented with gold, silver, ivory, mother-of. pearl or tortoiseshell, and when they are not enumerated in that state, they shall be dutiable at ihe rate of 60 p.c. ad valorem.
oils prepared for lubricating machines (barrels, 15 p.c. ; tins, 5 p.c) kilog. 30 50
.. kilog. 1,200 50 These duties are only applicable to oils imported in casks ; if imported in demijohns, they shall be liable to a surtax of 20 p.c.; and if in bottles, flasks or small decanters, 50 p.c. includ. ing the duty on the receptacle.
This note is not applicable to refined oils for lubricating sewing machines and the like. 52. Lard, rendered or prepared (barrels, 20 p.c. ; tins, bottles, tubs and similar receptacles, gross]
.. kilog. 500 50 53. Meat, fresh, frozen or otherwise preserved by a refrigerative process
Beef, mutton and pork [barrels or tubs, 30 p.C. ; cases, 10 p.c.; tins or
500 Do dried, xarque
140 Do of all kinds, in brine or smoked
300 20 Do preserved in any manner, unseasoned and not otherwise prepared, Appert's system (same tare]
.... kilog. 1,000 30 Do Hams, meat preserves, sausages, tongues, soups or jellies and all
other preparations not medicinal (bocals or pots, 40 p.c. ; barrels or tubs,
.(same tare).. 2,000 50 Do Meat extracts
go 54. Wax, not melted, unrefined, natural or raw [barrels or cases, 18 p.c.; in cakes or loaves, covered with straw or cloth, gross]
..... kilog. 700 50 Do prepared, in cakes or loaves, refined or cleaned, in white or yellow lumps
.(same tare).. kilog. 1,600
50 Do Candles, ordinary or polished, and wax tapers
2.400 Do Articles of wax not specially mentioned 55. Glue or gelatine, prepared for typography (barrels or cases, 10 p.c.) Do not specially mentioned (same tare)
700 Tare allowance as No. 5.
Reis. p.ca 56. Spermaceti, raw or prepared, strained, in lumps or refined [barrels or cases, 2 p.c.]..
20 Do Candles
1,200 60 57. Guano and other manures
free 58. Milk, preserved, condensed, sterilized or prepared in any manner (tins, bottles and similar receptacles, gross),
500 60 59. Tongues, tripe or intestines of oxen, pigs and any other animal, dried or
in brine [barrels, kegs or tubs, 35 p.c. ; tins, bottles or wrappers called capas, gross)
... kilog. 300 30 Do preserved or prepared in any other manner (same tare)
1,200 60. Butter (pots, 40 p.c.; barrels, 30 p.c.; tins, booals and similar receptacles, gross]
. kilog. 1,200
50 Margarine and substitutes..
2.400 61. Eggs and poultry and other domestic birds
free 62. Fish not otherwise mentioned, shellfish, oysters and other molusca, also fish roe-Codfish [pots, 40 p.c.; barrels, 30 p.c.; kegs, tubs or cases,
.....kilog. 60 Do other of all kinds, dried, salted or in brine (same tare]
8o Do fresh, frozen or otherwise preserved by a refrigerative process (same tare]
..kilog. 80 Do preserved in any manner-Sardines (rins or bottles, gross]
600 Do. do all other (same tare]
50 63. Cheese of all kinds (cases 18 p.c.; tins or wooden boxes, gross
1,200 64. Soap, not perfumed, of all kinds (cases, 8 p.c. ; tins, gross..
400 65. Blood of oxen or other animals, dried or prepared (barrels or cases, 10 p.c.) ......
... kilog. 40 66. Soapy substances and the like, not perfumed (cases, 8 p.c. ; tins, gross],
400 67. Tallow or fat of all kinds (barrels, 15 p.c.; cases, 13 p.c.; cases or boxes of cardboard or similar wrappers, gross]
25 Do Candles : purified tallow for pomades (same tare]
700 60 68. Stearine, raw [barrels or cases, 12 p.c. ; cases or boxes of cardboard and similar wrappers, gross)
.. kilog. 800 60 Do Candles (same tare]
1,200 69. Bacon, salted or in brine (packages of all kinds, gross]
30 CLASS V. Ivory, Mother-of-Pearl, Tortoiseshell, and other Animal Substances
raw or prepared. 70. Ivory and mother-of-pearl, raw, sawn, or prepared (net)............kilog. 3,000 15 11. Tortoiseshell and claws of the tortoise (net)..
7,500 15 72. Whalebone (net]
500 15 73. Whelks, cowries, and other shells not specially mentioned (net)
900 15 74. Sponges, fine
20,000 50 Do common, for cleaning floors and for similar use
50 75. Bone, cuttle (net).....
1,200 Do other, not specially mentioned (net]
300 76. Pearls, raw or perforated 77. Horns, of the rhinoceros, narwhal, and hippopotamus (net) . kilog.
15 Do of cattle (net)
15 Do of the buffalo and stag, raw [net]
15 78. Hoofs and claws of all kinds not specially mentioned (net]
300 15 Ivory, Mother-of-Pearl, Tortoiseshell, and other Animal Substances
manufactures. 79. Fancy articles, and articles for personal ornament, &c., of bone, buffalo, or other horns..
... kilog. 10,000
50 Do of ivory, mother-of-pearl, or tortoiseshello
50,000 50 80. Snuff-boxes of bone, buffalo, or other horn*
40 Do of ivory, tortoiseshell, or tortoiseshell and horn*
30,000 SO Snuff-boxes having a small plate or incrustation of gold or gilt silver shall be liable to a surtax of 30 p.c. ; those which, in addition to the plate, have other incrustations or mountings of such meials shall be liable to a surtax of 50 p.c. 81. Buttons and button moulds with holes of bone, buffalo,or other horn® kilog. . 1,000 Do do of ivory, mother-of-pearl, or tortoiseshell*
60 Do with shanks or with ornaments of the following or any other
material, excepting gold and silver, of bone, buffalo, or other horn..kilog. 3,000 50 Do do with incrustations of or inlaid with tortoiseshell, ivory, or mother-of-pearl*.
50 Do do with incrustations of or inlaid with other materials*
50 Do of ivory, mother-of-pearl, or tortoiseshell*
30,000 82, Coral, raw*..........
9,000 Do in manufactures of all kinds
50 . Tare allowance as No. 5.
50 50 50
Reis. p.c. a.v. 83. Plates or sheets of horn (for lanterns and the like) [net] .. kilog. 2,000
50 Do of ivory (for drawing and the like) (net)
30,000 84. Fans of bone, buffalo, or other horn
50 Do. of ivory, mother-of-pearl, or tortoiseshell
20,000 85. Fish-skin, prepared for polishing
.. kilog. 250
50 86. Combs of bone, buffalo, or other horn, of all kinds*
50 Do of ivory of all kinds
28,000 Do of tortoiseshell, hair-combs, round combs and the like*
60,000 Do do ornamental
100,000 87. Powder horns (net)
50 88. Ribs of whalebone for corsets
6,000 Do for ramrods and other purposes
2,000 89. All articles not specially mentioned, of bone, buffalo, or other horn* 6,000
co Do of ivory or mother-of-pearl®
45.000 50 Do of tortoiseshello
65,000 50 Articles of bone, buffalo, or other horn, with ornaments of ivory, mother-of-pearl, or tortoiseshell, not specially mentioned, shall be liable to a surtax of 30 p.c. Articles with ornarnents o gold or gilt silver shall, when not enumerated in that state, be dutiable with a surtax of 80 p.c.
of all kinds [barrels or cases, 14 p.c. ; hogsheads, 17 p.c.; bocals, 39 p.c. ;
50 Do Fruits, dried or drained, of every kind (same tare).......
400 91. All other kinds of fruits, nuts, &c., mentioned or not, preserved in spirits,
syrup, in paste, or jelly (barrels or cases, 10 p.c.; tins, bottles, fasks,
... kilog. 1,200
50 Do preserved in sugar, dried or without glazed juice, or otherwise prepared or candied (same tare).......
... kilog. 2,000 CLASS VII. Vegetables, Farinaceous. Products and Cereals. All cereals, except wheat, must, under Law of December, 1904, pay it p.c. additiona
duty, in gold. 92. Canary-seed and panic (barrels or coses, 12 p.c. ; sacks, gross]. ..... kilog.
50 93. Rice in the husk
..(tare as 92).
60 Rice not in the husk or cleaned
90 94. Oats in the grain 93. Barley in the grain
25 Do roasted or malt
25 91. Bran and middlings of all kinds 97. Flour, feculce and comestible powers--Wheat flour (glass receptacles
which can contain, up to 500 gr., 40 p.c.; from more than 500 gr. and up
...... kilog. 25 Do Flour of maize, rice, potatoes, barley, oats, rye, sago, tapioca and
rice powder, amylaceous starch, fecula and the like.. (same tare).. kilog. 300 Do lacteous.. Do Warton's ervalenta arabica, Du Barry's revalenta, racahout, salep
and other similar products, simple or compound ....(same tare)..kilog. 2,000 50 98. Beans of all kinds [barrels or cases, 10 p.c. ; sacks, gross].....
60 99. Pastry, common sea biscuits (barrels. 35 p.c. : kegs or cases, 10 p.c. ; sacks,
gross: wooden boxes, tins, bottles and similar receptacles, gross) kilog. 70 Do Biscuits of all other kinds, small cakes and crackers (same tare] 1,000 Do Macaroni, vermicelli and other similar pastes...
40 100. Maize, small or white Angola millet, for birds..
50 Do all other kinds... 101. Wheat in the grain.. 102. Vegetables, farinaceous products and garden plants, not otherwise mentioned, dried, fresh, salted, or in brine (same tare]
...kilog. Do preserved, of all kinds, mixed or not with fruit, in paste or otherwise prepared (same tare)...
.... kilog. 800
50 CLASS VIII. Plants, Leaves, Flowers, Fruits, Seeds, Roots, Barks, Peels, Fodder and Spices 103. Shrubs, trees and plants, living, of all kinds
free 104. Garlic, loose, strung or in bunches (net].....
50 105. Berries, grains, beans, fruits, thistles, seeds, nuts and other similar products, used in dyeing, medicine, &c., safflower. saffron or carthamus # Tare allowance as No. 5.
40 40 40 20