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Rate of Law, 1894.

Duty. Grass-Continued. 497 sisal (T. D. 8912). .....

....free. 497

textile grasses, all, or fibrous vegetable sub

stances, unmanufactured, or undressed, not
specially provided for.....

.....free. 499 Grease and oils, including cod oil, such as are commonly

use in soap making or wire drawing, or for
stuffing or dressing leather and which are fit
only for such uses, not specially provided for
(G. A. 595, 1776, 2617, 2808).......

.free.
all not specially enumerated or provided for (G.
A. 2081, 2331)..

20% enfleurage...

.free. 60 mineral (G. A. 235, 1836)....

25% 645 wool, including that known commercially as

degras or brown wool grease (T. D. 8392; G. A.
373, 736, 1951).......

.free. Greenstone as marble, which see (T. D. 278, 8796; G. A.

1002). 455 Green vitriol, sulphate of iron, or copperas..

.free. Grenadines, cotton, as cotton cloth (T. D. 2495; G. A. 350). 302

silk.....
wool or worsted, as woolen dress goods (G.

A. 2435). 134 Gridirons, cast iron..

•per lb. role 107 Grindstones, finished or unfinished (T. D. 310, 8313, 9080; G. A. 791, 1917). ....

10% 190 Groats, or coarsely ground oats (T. D. 8509).

15% 223 Ground beans, or peanuts, (T. D. 3240).....

20% Guano, see “Fertilizers." 59 Guarana paste (T. D. 1889). . 218 Guava jelly (T. D. 9043)... 218

marmalade and paste (T. D. 1762)... Guiac gum, see “ Drugs ” (T. D. 9557). 3262 Guitars or parts of.

25 321

25% 431

strings, catgut or gut cord (G. A. 311, 2828).. ..free. 32614 other material (G. A. 2463)...

25% 369 Gum amber, unmanufactured (T. D. 8825, G. A. 1518)...free.

manufactures of, see "Amber."

perdu, as opium. 233 substitute, burnt starch or British gum (G. A. 1418)...

·per lb. 1926 527 shellac (T. D. 6381)....

.free. Gums and gum resins (drugs), see “Drugs.” 3922 Gunny cloth, and all similar material suitable for cover

ing cotton, of flax, hemp, jute, or jute butts..free.

25% 30% 30%

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Rate of Law, 1894.

Duty. 501 Gunny bags and gunny cloths, old or refuse, fit only for 577 remanufacture....

.free. 614 Gun barrels (for shotguns), forged, rough-bored* (T. D. 5962, 6780; G. A. 1709)....

.free. blocks, see blocks, under title “Woods." cotton, see “Powders." barrel molds, see “Iron or Steel,'' sub title ingots. powder, see “Powders.” wads, of all descriptions...

10% 143 Guns, sporting, breech-loading shotguns and parts thereof (T. D. 9537).....

30% 143

combination breech-loading shotgun and rifle
(G. A. 1956). .......

30% 142

muzzle-loading shotguns and parts thereof...... 25% 142

musket and sporting rifles and parts thereof
(T. D. 9537, G. A. 1633)....

25% Gut, catgut, whipgut, or wormgut, see "Catgut.” 353 Gutta percha, all manufactures of, or of which gutta

percha is component material of chief
value, not specially provided for (see

notes to Sec. 4, Act of Aug. 28, 1894)... 30% (articles made wholly or partly of gutta

percha if not found in this “Schedule"
under their specific names, are classi-

fied under this general provision.)
503
crude (G. A. 2583)..

.free. Scraps (G. A. 2814)..

10% Gypsum, see “Plaster of Paris."

362

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H 177 Hackles, steel or other metal.....

35% Hair, all manufactures of, other than human hair, see

“Woolens.' 504 badger's (G. A. 511).....

free. of alpaca, goat, or other like animals, see “Wool." 353 braids, human hair, or human hair chief value. ... 30%

bristles, see Bristles.”
calfs', see "Horse hair," below.
camel's, see “Wool.”

cattle, see “Horse hair," below. 333 cloth, known as crinoline cloth..

· per sq. yd. 60 334 “ hair seating

... per sq. yd. 20% crimpers, dutiable according to material of chief

value (G. A. 2339). *Shotgun barrels not forged, although rough-bored (G. A. 808), and those forged and rough-bored, but having the outside finished (G. A. 1383), cannot be classified as “forged, rough-bored,” but classified as parts of guns.”

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Rate of
Duty.

177

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Law, 1894.

Hair-Continued. 33292

curled, suitable for beds or mattresses, not specially provided for...

10% 353 curlers, metal and leather, if leather chief value (G. A. 924)......

30% if metal chief value.....

35% goat, common goat (G. A. 1798), see "Wool.” 504

hogs, if not bristles and not curled for beds or mattresses..

.free. 504 horse, cattle, or other animals, cleaned or un

cleaned, drawn or undrawn, but unmanufac

tured, not specially provided for (G. A. 511, 2867).free. horse, dyed (G. A. 1639). ....

20% 504 human, raw, uncleaned, and not drawn (G. A. 2216).free.

if clean or drawn, but not manufactured
T. D. 9441)...

20% 332

cleaned or drawn, and curled (G. A. 1027). 204 353

all manufactures of, or of which human

hair is component material of chief value,
not specially provided for (see notes to

Sec. 4, Act of Aug. 28, 1894) (T. D. 1539). 30% 61

oils, and other toilet preparations for the hair..... 40% pins, see

Pins." 314 pencils (T. D. 3794, G. A. 1053).

35% 334

seating or cloth. 353

wigs, human (T. D. 1366, 1539).

yak (T. D. 4952), see “Horse hair,” above. Hair-wood, see “Wood.” 137 Halter chains. 177

rings... 276 Hamburg edgings, cotton or linen. 276

net .... 181 Hames, if wood chief value..... Hammer felt, in the piece, for pianos (T. D. 4827), as

wool manufactures, see “Woolens.”

molds, see “Iron or Steel,” sub-title ingots. 129 Hammers, blacksmiths', iron or steel.. 3261/2

tuning.... 177

all others (T. D. 6259). 277 Hammocks, hemp and sisal grass (G. A. 1126). 22534 Hams and Bacon..... 31 Handbills, engraved or printed (T. D. 3941).

lithographed, see “Lithographs."

•per sq. yd. 20€

30%

30% 35% 50% 50%

25%

..per 1b. 1920

25%

35% 35% 20%

25%

258

or

40%

258 258 258

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Rate of Law, 1894.

Duty. 276 Handkerchiefs, * embroidered, linen or cotton (G. A.

1783, 2301, 2573, Apl. 20, 1895)........ 50% hemmed, cotton linen (T. D.

13403, G. A. 613).. hemstitched...

40% cotton or linen (T. D. 8606, G. A. 100). 40%

lace, cotton or linen (G. A. 2133). 40% 301 silk, or silk chief value...

50% Hand mirrors, see “Mirrors.” 673 Handle-bolts....

.. free. Handles for umbrellas, see “Umbrellas." 329 Hare's hair (T. D. 9862), hatter's fur not on the skin..... 20% Hare's skins, see

Fur skins." 2254 Hares, German, in vinegar (T. D. 7244). .

20% 321 Harmonicas, toy (T. D. 12767, 15597)...

25% 3262 not toys (T. D. 12748, 12767)...

25% 353 Harness, if leather chief value (G. A. 1681).

30% 177 if metal chief value (G. A. 1681)....

35% used in immigrating, see Animals.' 326/2 Harps and parts of.......

25% 431 strings, cat gut or gut cord (G. A. 311, 2828). ..free. 3262 other material (G. A. 2463). ..

25% Harrows, tooth and disk, see "Agricultural implements." 59 Hartshorn, spirits of ammonia.

25% Harvesters, see Agricultural implements."

Hassocks, see “Carpets.'' 177 Hatchets..

35% Hats, Bonnets and Hoods: 352 chip, or chip chief value (G. A. 952). ...

25% 258

cotton, or other vegetable fiber, except linen, or either

chief value (G. A. 996, 2970)... 335 felted fur (T. D. 6487). ....

40% 335 fur, or fur chief value, wholly or partially manufactured (T. D. 6487)......

40% 352 grass (natural state), or same chief value.

25% 258 pith of (G. A. 996).....

40% 353 leather, or leather chief value. 275 linen..

50% palm leaf, or same chief value..

25% 301 silk, or silk chief value (G. A. 340, 440, 1012, 2224). .... 50% 352 straw (natural state), or same chief value (G, A, 625, 1490, 2784)...

25% 352 whalebone, or same chief value.. 179 willow, or same chief value...

25% wool or animal hair, see hats of wool, under title

Woolens."

40%

30%

352

25%

* Handkerchiefs in the piece readily separable, classified as handkerchiefs (G. A. 1437, 1995).

35%

40%

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Rate of Law, 1894.

Duty. materials for Hats, Bonnets and Hoods: 264

bodies, cotton (T. D. Mch. 5, 1895)... 335

fur, or felted fur....
bodies, wool, as partly made clothing, see clothing,

under title “Woolens."
417 braids, plaits, laces, and similar manufactures, suit-

able for making or ornamenting hats, bonnets and
hoods.
straw, chip, grass, palm leaf, willow, osier, or rattan
(G. A. 952, 653, 2286, 2421, T. D. 15625)..

free.
other materials, see specific article.
crowns, wool, as wool manufactures (G. A. 2129) see

“Woolens." 352 forms, straw (natural state), (G. A. 1168, 1779)... 25% 353 leather sweat bands (G. A. 2904). .

30% 177 ornaments, if not jewelry, metal chief value (T. D. 6245). 35% 624

sparterre suitable for hats, &c. (T. D. 3199, G. A. 796).free.

wire, see “Wire.” 329 Hatters' furs, not on the skin (T. D. 9862, 10096). ....

20% 493

plucked coney skins (T. D. 10854, 14768, G.
A. 396)......

...free. 492

dressed fur pieces, suitable only for use in

the manufacture of hatters' furs........free. 134 irons, cast-iron....

per lb. 1 plush, see Plushes." 326/2 Hautboys, mus. inst......

25% Hawaiian Islands, products of, such as specified in the

Act of Aug. 15, 1876 (see par. 18272, Act Aug. 28, 1894)..free. 199 Hay....

.per ton $2.00 177 knives.

35% Hazel nuts, as filberts (G. A, 175).

Heading blocks, see Blocks, under title “Woods." 673 bolts.

.free. Headings, see Headings under title “Wood.” 258 Head nets, cotton and rubber. 275

linen..... 301

silk and rubber (T. D. 2337; G. A. 2564)...... 50% 256

wholly or in part of wool, worsted or animal

hair... 140 Hedge shears,....

45% Hellebore root, see Drugs." 386 Hemlock seed and leaf and bark, crude, (T. D. 5892). ...free. 16'2 same, otherwise than crude..

10% 18 bark, extract of.....

10% lumber, see Wood." 497 Hemp, not hackled, (T. D. 7627, 10026)......

.free. 266

hackled, known as 'dressed line," (G. A.

1746)..

40% 50%

50%

·per Ib. 1€

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