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Rate of Law, 1894.

Duty. Boots, Shoes and Slippers : 301 Chinese, if silk chief value (G. A. 288)....

50% 258

cotton and silk, cotton chief value (G. A. 288, 621).. ... 40%

felt, as clothing, see Woolen clothing.' 352

India rubber, including those having slight mixture of
wool (T. D. 1536)......

25% jute chief value (G. A. 1008).

35% lacings for, see Lacings.” 341 leather, or leather chief value (G. A. 1373, 319). .. 20% 341 leather and wool, leather chief value (G. A. 249). 20% 301 silk, or silk chief value (G. A. 288, 621)...

50% wool, or animal hair chief value, see “Woolen clothing." 177 Boot studs (T. D. 5976), metal chief value.

35% web and webbing, see "Webbing." 2 Boracic acid....

3° 10 Borate of lime..

·per lb. 1/24 * soda.. 10 Borax, crude.. 10 refined...

24 467 Bort or diamond dust.....

.free.
Botany, specimens of, see “Specimens.”
88 Bottle glassware, molded or pressed green and colored

and fint or lime bottle glassware (holding over
one pint) not specially provided for (G. A. 2781,
2922)....

· per lb. 344 all other, not specially provided for (G. A. 2922).. 40% 88 Bottles, green and colored, molded, or pressed, and

Aint and lime glass bottles holding more than
one pint, whether filled or unfilled and whether
their contents be dutiable or free* (G. A. 716,
966, 1325, 1569, 1586, 1928, 2202,2560, 2781).per 1b. 344
vials holding not more than one pint and not less
than % pint

..per 1b. 1984 holding less than 4 pint.... .per gross 40% go Bottles or other vessels or articles of glass, cut, en

graved, painted, colored, printed, stained,
etched, or otherwise ornamented or decorated,
except such as have ground necks and stoppers
only, filled or unfilled, unless otherwise specially
provided for (T. D. 11001, 11379, G. A. 1113, 2875) 40%

*When bottles holding more than one pint, filled with merchandise, are dutiable under paragraph 88, they are not also dutiable as "coverings" under section 19 of the Act of June 10, 1890; but is such bottles are unusual coverings, then they are duriable under said section 19 (G. A. 2849, 2869, 2877).

Filled bottles holding not more than one pint and filled bottle glassware (irrespective of size) do not pay a separate duty under paragraph 88, but their value should be merged into the value of the contents, if usual coverings (G. A. 2952).

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Rate of Law, 1894.

Duty.
Bottles- Continued.

with glass siphon (T. D. 14962) as Bottles.
earthenware, China or porcelain, Earthen-

ware."
of American manufacture exported filled and re-

turned empty, see “United States products.”
if fancy bottles other than usual coverings,

dutiable under sec. 19, Act of June 10, 1890. 177 smelling, metal chief value (G. A. 1882)..

35% stoneware (G. A. 564)...

20% 244

containing still wines, ginger wine or ginger 245

cordial, vermuth, ale, porter, beer, ginger ale, 248

ginger beer, and bottles containing prepara585

tions for societies, no separate duty on the

bottles (G. A. 325, 2877).
containing sparkling wines, brandy and other

spirituous liquors (T. D. 4478) pay separate

duty. 387

or flasks, quicksilver, when returned...........free. Bougies (surgical instruments) dutiable according to the

material of chief value (G. A. 1326). 180 Box shooks (T. D. 9177, 3817). .....

20% 387

exported and returned as boxes, except

lemon, lime and orange boxes..... ...free. 684 Box wood, in the log, rough, or hewn...

..free. in other form, see specific article under

“Woods." 181 Boxes, cheese, materials for, hoops and bodies (T. D. 2307) ...

25% 177

metal. 3262 musical (G. A. 2903). .

25% 180

packing and packing box shooks, wood (T. D.
3817, 9177, G. A. 296, 1087, 1506)....

20% 313 paper, not surface coated (G. A, 822).

20% 308

paper, surface coated (G. A. 789). 353

papier mache (G. A. 1385). .. 179

pill, willow (G. A. 1506, 2790).. 354

shell...... ISI

of rose, satin or other woods, not packing... 302

silk chief value (T. D. 5349). ....

returned, empty, see “United States product." 177

Braces and bits, iron or steel...... 263

cotton or linen, elastic or non-elastic (T. D. 7333). 45% 300

silk or silk chief value... 286

wholly or part of wool, worsted or animal hair,

elastic or non-elastic... 336 Bracelets, jewelry (T. D. 5161)...

35%

30%

30% 25% 35% 25% 45%

45%

50% 35%

25%

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Rate of Law, 1894.

Duty. 134 Brackets, cast iron....

per lb. 10° 177 brass or other metal, except cast iron..

35% 181 wood ....

25% 149 Brads, tacks and sprigs, cut... Braids, for hats and bonnets, see “Hats.'' bark of tree (G. A. 1678)....

20% 263 bast (G. A. 3006)..

45% cotton, elastic or non-elastic* (T. D. 6733, G. A.

1431, 1691, 2143, 2236, 2312, 2850, 2914). .... 45% 263 cotton and straw, cotton chief value (G. A. 625). 45% 263

linen (T. D. 6119), elastic or non-elastic.... 45% 263 manilla or hemp chief value (G. A. 1131, 1230, 1450). 45% 177 metal (G, A, 625, 644).....

35% 352

rubber and silk, rubber chief value (G. A. 1754). 25% 263

rubber and cotton, rubber chief value (G. A. 1691). 45% 263 straw and cotton, straw chief value (G. A. 625, 653). ...

45% 300

silk or silk chief value, elastic or non-elastic

(T. D. 6650, G. A. 1745, 2138, 2287)...... 45% 286

wholly or in part of wool, worsted or animal hair,

elastic or non-elastic (T. D. 4806, G. A. 625, 651,
1131, 1230, 2586)....

50% $3 Bran and mill feed (T. D. 4235).

20% Brandy, see “Liquors." 16 coloring (T. D. 6740, 10518).....

50% 177 Brass, articles, manufactures or wares, not specially pro

vided for, composed wholly or in part of brass,
whether partly or wholly manufactured (see

notes to Sec. 4, Act of Aug. 28, 1894)........... 35% (articles composed wholly or partly of brass, if not

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

sion.)
159 in bars or pigs (G. A. 360)....

10% clippings....

10% 159 old (T. D. 3748)

10% 59 Braunscheid oil (T. D. 3528).

25% 161 Brazier's copper..

20% 491 Brazil nuts..

..free. paste

..free. pebble, unwrought or unmanufactured.... ..free. pebble, prepared for spectacles, see “Lenses." wood, see

“Wood." * Feather-stitched braids held to be dutiable under the provision for "braids," which is more specific than “trimmings" (T. D. 13653 citing In re Dieckerhoff, Circuit Court, 54 Fed. Rep. 161, G.

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Rate of Law, 1894.

Duty. 419 Breccia, in blocks or slabs...

.. free, Bremen blue (T. D. 1705) see Blues." 44 Brewers' compound (T. D. 3484), as varnish, for the alco

hol contained therein...... ...per gall. $1.32 and 25% 684 Briar-wood or briar-root, and similar wood unmanufac

tured, or not further manufactured than cut into
blocks suitable for the articles into which they are
intended to be converted.....

..... free. 77 Brick, fire, magnesic (G. A. 2595)...

.per ton $1.00 76

other than magnesic fire brick, not glazed, orna

mented, enameled, or decorated in any manner
(T. D. 8044, 9821; G. A. 2849)........

25%
if ornamented, glazed, enameled or decorated. 30%

all encaustic, see “Tiles.” 86 bath (G. A. 2900) ......

30% 353 Bridles (saddlery) if leather chief value. 177 if metal chief value..

35% $3 Brilliantine, lustre powder (G. A. 2946)....

20%
Brilliants, cotton, as cotton cloth (T. D. 246).
Brinistone, see “Sulphur.”

Brislings, see “Fish."
314 Bristles, sorted, bunched, or prepared in any man-
ner (G. A. 2993)...

per ib. 724 420

crude, not sorted, bunched or prepared.... .free. 310 Bristol boards as drawing paper (G. A. 1060)..

20% stones, unmanufactured....

...free, 584 Britannia metal, old, and fit only to be remanufactured.free. 177

35% 233 British gum or burnt starch (G. A. 1418).

per lb. 14C lustre (T. D. 491, 1947, 6403)...

20% 160 Brocade, as bronze powder (T. D. 5530).

40% Brocade, cotton, as cotton cloth (G. A. 1455, 2434).

Broche shawls, see “Shawls." 421 Bromine....

...free. 177 Bronze, manufactured articles or wares, not specially pro

vided for, composed wholly or in part of bronze,
and whether partly or wholly manufactured,

(see notes to Section 4, Act of Aug. 28, 1894)... 35%
(articles composed wholly or partly of bronze, if not

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

vision.)
casts, specially imported for schools and socie-

ties, see “Societies." 177

figures, if not works of art (T. D. 7657, G. A.
727, 581)......

35%
figures, if works of art, see
160

metal, or Dutch metal, in leaf (T. D. 8479, 4508).. 40%

556

ware......

Art."

35%

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Rate of Law, 1894.

Duty. Bronze-Continued. 452

metal, if copper chief value (G. A. 2995). .. free. 160 powder (T. D. 5530, G. A. 991, 2885)..

40% 336 Brooches, if jewelry (T. D. 5103, G. A. 2096). . 422 Broom corn....

.free. 314 Brooms (G. A. 2987)..

20% 14 Brown crystals (T. D. 1035)...

25% 48 Spanish (paint)...

25% 645

wool grease (T. D. 8392, G. A. 373, 736, 1951). ...free. 314 Brushes, of all kinds (T. D. 6174)...

35% 314 brass, scratch (T. D. 5519, 7015).

· 35% 314

for copying books (G. A. 1946)... 314

dust, feather (T. D. 7015). ... 314

flesh (G. A. 1313). .. 314

hair, with ivory backs and handles, or of cellu

loid (T. D. 7015)..... 314

powder puffs (T. D. 3114, G. A. 1731, 2034)..... 35% 314

sink (T. D. 8999)... 314 throat (T. D. 8696)..

35% 314 tooth (T. D. 8779)..

35% 321 toy (T. D. 569, but see G. A. 1053).

25% Buchu leaves, see “Drugs.” 177 Buckles, gold, silver or other metal (T. D. 9382, G. A.

1098, 1099).... 336 if jewelry (G. A. 1098)..

35% 264 Buckrams, cotton (T. D. 9941, G. A. 1141).. 4242 jute, as burlaps (G. A. 2251).

.free. 190 Buckwheat (T. D. 6156)...

20% flour...

20% Buds, (drugs), see Drugs.'

Buffalo skins, as fur skins. 32672 Bugles, musical instruments, metal...

25% or beads, see “Beads." 113 Building forms and other structural shapes, iron or steel,

whether plain or punched, or fitted for use (T.

D. 7617, 7773, G. A. 1484, 1936)......... per lb. 15

stone, see 'Stones.”
Bulbs and roots, not edible, not specially provided for,

see “Plants."

(drugs) see Drugs.” 177 Bullets......

35% 423 Bullion, gold or silver (T. D. 7996, 8619, G. A. 913).......free. 162 Bullions *and metal thread of gold, silver, or other met

als, not specially provided for (T. D. 5642, 6042, 6149,
G. A. 393, 1519, 1523, 2529) (see Tinsel).....

25%

35%

35%

*Bullion is a distinct article known to the trade, and is a tinsel wire made into a spiral form. It is bought and sold by the pound

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