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Not mixed with any other material-
Plain, not figured, twilled, or serged—

a. Black do do .. 60

5. Colored + do do ..60

Iff!. Figured, plushy or velvety do do 50

168. Mixed with another material :

Plain, not figured, twilled, or serged—

a. Mixed with cotton or other vegetable fibers do do 50

b. Mixed with wool or hair do do ..50

109. Figured, plushy or velvety do do ..50

170. Knitted stuffs or boiled silk, of unbleached silk; or of floss-silk, made up in any kind of

article :

a. Of pure silk percent, ad valorem.. 50

b. Mixed with other textile materials do do 60

171. Tulles of silk or floss silk, pure or mixed :

a. Plain do do .. 50

b. Figured or embroidered on the loom do do ..50

172. Lace tulles for borders and blondes, of silk or floss silk, plain or figured :

a. Not mixed per cent, ad valorem. . 50

5. Mixed with cotton or other vegetable fibers do do . . 50

178. Trimmings of silk t do do 60

Class VIII.— Paper and Its Applications.

Group /.

174. Paper pulp,8G.W 100 kilos.. 10.15



Group t.— Printing and Writing Paper.

, white or colored, uncut and unprinted
T . ( D isp . V I, rule 5; ." ~ lft) tilce . .* $4 . 00



175. Paper, endless^or in sheets, white or colored, uncut and unprinted, for printing purposes.



* Yarns and threads of all kinds of vegetable fibers combined in any proportion with threads of
common metal shall be dutiable according to this number. Those combined with gold or silver shall
te subject to the corresponding numbers of group 1, Class II.

+ Tissues consisting of black yarns combined with colored yarns shall be considered as colored
tissues.

X See Disp. IV, rules 8 and 12.

8 This number only includes paper pulp perforated in such manner as to be fit only for the
manufacture of paper or pasteboard. Should the pulp not be perforated, the customs will cut it at
the expense of the importer, in order to render it unserviceable for any other purpose. Pulp not
perforated is dutiable as common pastebard.



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176. Paper, endless or in sheets, white or colored, used for wrapping purposes, T. (Disp. VI,

rule 5) 100 kilos.. fSJO

177. Paper in sheets, unruled, unprinted, and uncut, white or colored, used for writing pur-

poses. 100 kilos . . 8.*

Group J.— Paper, Printed* Engraved, or Photographed.

178. Books, bound or unbound, and similar printed matter • 100 kilos. . 1 Jj

179. Headed paper, forms or invoices, label**, cards, and the like, T. (Disp. VI, rule 5) kilo. . .»

180. Prints, maps, charts, etc., drawings, photographs, and enirravings; pictures, lithographs,

chromolithographs, oleographs, etc., used as labels and wrappers for tobacco or other
purposes:

a. Of a single printing and bronze or leaf, including labels printed only in bronze or
leaf,T kilo.. .«

b. Of two printings and bronze or leaf, T do . . .■

c. Of three to ten printings (inclusive) and bronze or leaf, T do . . .*•

d. Of more than ten printings and bronze or leaf, T do . . .80

Group U. - WaU Paper.

181. Wall paper, printed :

a. On natural ground, T. (Disp. VI, rule 5) 100 kilos. . 4.00

b. On dull or glazed ground, T. (Disp. VI, rule 5) do .. 6.00

c. With gold, silver, wool, or gla**s, T. (Disp. VI, rule 5) kilo. . .»

Group 5.— Pasteboard and Various Papers.

182. Blotting paper, common packing paper, and sand or glass paper, T. (Disp. VI, rule

5)7?..: 100 kilos.. 1.3

183. Thin paper, of common pulp, for packing fruit, T. (Disp. VI, rule 5) do . . 2.9>

184. Other paper not specially mentioned, T. (Disp. VI, rule 5) do . . 4.60

186. Pasteboard in sheets :

a. Cardboard paper and fine, glazed, or pressed cardboard, T. (Disp. VI, rule 5). do . . 3.50

b. Other pasteboard, T. (Disp. VI, rule 5) do .. 1.00

186. Manufactures of pasteboard :

a. Boxes lined with ordinary paper, T. (Disp. VI, rule 5) do . . 1.0D

b. Boxes with ornaments or lined with fine paper, T. (Disp. VI, rule 5) kilo. . JB

e. Articles not specially mentioned, T. (Disp. VI, rule 5) do . . .17

187. Paste and carton-pierre :

a. In moldings or unfinished articles, T. (Disp VI, rule 5) 100 kilos. . 1.00

b. In finished articles, T. (Disp. VI, ruleS) kilo.. .IS

Class IX.— Wood and Other Vegetable Materials Employed in Industry, and Arttclm

Manufactured Therewith.

Group l.—Wood.

188. Staves thousand.. 60.80

180. Ordinary wood :

a. In boards, deals, rafters, beams, round wood and timber for shipbuilding;

G. W cubic meter. . .40

b. Planed or dovetailed, for boxes and flooring ; broomsticks and cases wherein im-

ported goods were packed, G. W 100 kilos. . .10

190. Fine wood for cabinetmakers :

a. In boards, deals, trunk**, or logs, G. W do .. l.»

b. Sawn and veneers, T. (Disp, VI, rule 5) do . . 1.15

191. Coopers* wares :

o. Pitted together, G. W do .. .15

b. In snooks, also hoops and headings, G. W do M

102. Wood, cut, for making hogsheads or casks for sugar or molasses, G. W do .06

198. Latticework and fencing, G. W do M

Group £.— Furniture and Manufactures of Wood.

194. Common wood manufactured into joiners' wares, and articles of all kinds, turned or not,
painted or not, varnished or not, but neither chiseled, inlaid, nor carved, T. (Disp. VT,
rule 5) 100 kilos.. 4.75

196. Fine wood manufactured into furniture or other wares, turned or not, polished or not,
varnished or not, and furniture and common wooden wares veneered with fine wood;
furniture upholstered with tissue (other than with silk or stuffs containing an admix-
ture thereof, or with leather), provided that the articles specified in this number be
neither chiseled, carved, inlaid, nor ornamented with metal, T. (Disp. VI, rule
5) 100 kilos.. 15.00

196. Furniture of bent wood, T. (Disp. VI, rule 5) do .. 12.00

197. Battens:

a. Molded, varnished, or prepared for gilding, T. (Disp. VI, rule 5) do . . 5.05

b. Gilt or carved, T. (Disp. VI, rule 5) kilo. . .»

198. Wood of any kind manufactured into furniture or other wans, gilt, chiseled, carved,

inlaid, or veneered with mother-of-pearl or other fine materials, or ornamented with
metal, and furniture upholstered with stuffs of pure or mixed silk, or leather,
N.W kilo.. .68



♦Bookbindings shall be dutiable according to the component material. When the books are
stitched or bound in boards, they shall be dutiable as printed matter on gross weight.



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Qroup 3.— Various.

199. Charcoal, firewood, and other vegetable fuel, G. W 1,000 kilos.. $1.50

200. Cork:

a. In the rough or in boards, G. W 100 kilos. . 1 .40

ft. Manufactured, T. (Disp. VI, rule 5) do .. 4.50

201. Bushes, vegetable hair, cane, osiers, fine straw, palm and genista, raw, raw esparto, and

baskets and other common wares of esparto, Q. W 100 kilos. . 1.83

Baskets wherein imported goods were packed shall be dutiable according to this number,
with a rebate of 60 per cent.

202. EBparto manufactured into fine articles ; rushes, vegetable hair, cane, osiers, fine straw,

palm and genista, manufactured into articles of all kinds not specially mentioned, T.
(Disp. VI, rule 5) 100 kilos.. 18.10

Class X.— Animals and Animal Wastes Employed in Industry.

Qroup 1.— Animals.

203. Horses and mares :

a. Above the standard height each. . $10.00

ft. Other do .. 5.00

204. Mules 4 do .. 5.00

205. Asses. do .. 5.00

206. Bovine animals:

a. Oxen do .. 1.00

ft. Cows do .. 1.00

c. Bullocks, calves, and heifers do . . 1.00

207. Pigs. do .. 1.00

208. Sucking pigs do . . 1 .00

209. Sheep, goats, and animals not specially mentioned do . . 1.00

210. Singing birds, parrots, etc per cent, ad valorem. . 25

Qroup f .— Hides, Skins, and Leather Wares.

211. Pelts in their natural state or dressed. G. W kilo. . 1.50

212. Hides and skins, green or not tanned, G. W do . . .02

Wet-salted hides and skins shall enjoy a reduction of 00 per cent., in respect of salt and

moisture.
Dry-salted hides and skins shall be allowed a rebate of 30 per cent.

213. Hides tanned with the hair, G. W kilo. . .20

214. Hides tanned without the hair:

a. Cow and other large hides, whole, G. W do . . .15

ft. Other and backs of large hides, G. W do .. .20

215. Hides and skins, curried, dyed or not :

a. Sheepskins (basils), T. (Disp. VI, rule 5) do .. .20

ft. Calf orgoat skins, T. (Disp. VI, rule 5) do .. .25

c. Kid, lamb, or young calf skins. T. (Disp. VI, rule 5) do . . .36

d. Cow and other large hides, whole, T. (Disp. VI, rule 5) do . . .15

e. Backs of large bides and hides and skins not specially mentioned, T. (Disp VI, rule

5) kilo.. .20

216. Hides and skins, varnished, satiny, grained, dulled, and hides and skins with figures, engrav-

ings, or embossed, T. (Disp. VI, rule 5) kilo. . .50

Leather cut out for boots and shoes or other articles shall be liable to a surtax of 30 per
cent, of the respective duties leviable thereon.

217. Chamois leather or parchment of all kinds and gilt or bronzed hides and skins, T. (Disp. VI,

rule 5) kilo . . .60

218. Gloves of skin, T. (Disp. VI, rule 5) do . . 3.50

219. Shoes of cowhide and similar leather : *

a. For men dozen. . 2.50

ft. For women , do .. 2.00

c. For boys below size 4U do . . 1.50

220. Shoes of patent and similar leather : *

o. For men do . . 2.75

ft. For women do .. 2.25

c. For boys below size 4MJ. do . . 1.75

281. Boots of calfskin, with elastics, or for lacing : *

a. For men do . . 5.00

ft. For women do .. 3.00

c. For boys below size 4H do . . 2.00

222. Boots of patent and similar leather : *

a. For men do . . 6.00

ft. For women, and top-boots O'polacas") do .. 7.00

c. For boys below size IM do .. 6.00

223. Other boots and shoes, fancy * do .. 8.00

224. Riding boots pair.. 2.00

225. Sandals * dozen. . .40

226. Saddlery and harnessmakers' wares ; valises, hat boxes, and traveling bags of cardboard

or leather, T. (Disp. VI, rule 5) kilo.. .20

227. Other manufactures of leather or covered with leather, T. (Disp. VI, rule 5) do . . .40

* Boots and shoes the inside soles of which do not measure more than 18 centimeters shall enjoy
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Group 5.— Various.

228. Feathers for ornament, in their natural state or manufactured, N. W kilo. . SS.OO

209. Other feathers and feather dusters, T. (Disp. VI, rule 6) do . . .40

230. Intestine?, dried, N. W do .. 2.00

231. Animal wastes, unmanufactured, not specially mentioned, G. W 100 kilos. . .50

Class XI.— Instruments, Machinery, and Apparatus Employed in Agriculture, Industry,

and Locomotion.

Group 1.— Instruments.
282. Pianos : *

a. Grand per cent, ad valorem . . 40

b. Other do do .. 40

288. Harmoniums and organs do do . . 40

284. Harps, violins, violoncellos; guitars and mandolins with incrustations; flutes and fifes

of the ring system ; metal instruments of 6 pistons or more ; detached parts for wind
instruments of wood or copper per cent, ad valorem. . 40

285. Musical instruments, other do do . . 40

236. Watches: ^

a. Of gold ; also chronometers do do . . 40

b. Of silver or other metals. do do . . 40

237. Clocks with weights and alarm clocks do do .. 40

238. Works for wall or table clocks, finished, with or without cases t do do . . 40

Group *.— Apparatus and Machines.

280. Weighing machines per cent, ad valorem. . 20

240. Machinery and apparatus for making sugar and brandy t do do . . 10

241 Agricultural machinery and apparatus § II do do . . 10

242*. 8team motors, stationary 6 do do . . JO

243 Marine engines ; steam pumps ; hydraulic, petroleum, gas, and hot or compressed air

motors. per cent, ad valorem. . 20

244. Boilers:

a. Of sheet iron. do do . . »

b. Tubular do do . . »

245 Locomotives and traction engines do do . . 39

24fl! Turntables, trucks, and carts tor transshipment, hydraulic cranes and columns, per cent.

ad valorem 20

247. Machines of copper and its alloys; detached parts of the same metals, H per cent, ad va-
lorem 30

248 Dynamo-electric machines :

a. Exceeding 50 kilos in weight per cent, ad valorem. . 20

b. Weighing 50 kilos or less ; inductors and detached parts do do 20

• Strung frames for pianos shall be liable to the corresponding duty leviable on pianos, though
they be not imported with all the pieces constituting that instrument.

t Finished or spare parts of steel are comprised in No. 49. The same parts of other metals or
alloys ehall be dutiable according to the component material.

Cases, stands, bell jars, and other accessories shall be dutiable as manufactured articles accord-
ing to their class.

Clockworks for wall or table clocks, unfinished, shall be taxed according to No. 67.

Unfinished pieces are those which are only roughly filed, with no escapements, the wheels of
which are not adjusted and the last wheel not crenated.

When clockworks are imported within cases, on stands, etc., and the Importer does not wish to
separate them for examination, the works and the dial will be reckoned as weighing 1 kilogram, and
the rest shall be dutiable conformably to the preceding paragraph.

X This number includes :

1. The following articles, whoever be the importer :

Weighing machines (platforms) for weighing sugar cane ; complete machines of all kinds for
crushing sugar cane ; steam crushers ; complete apparatus for diffusion ; purifying apparatus ; clari-
fying apparatus: reservoirs for sirup or molasses; filters and filtering apparatus; apparatus called
" trenes Jamaiquinos," complete ; furnaces for making animal black ; steam desiccators ; centrifugal
machines; vessels called "bombonas." "cachimbas" (kind of kettle to transfer cane sirup from ooe
vessel into another), skimmers, distributers, and sugar molds; copper apparatus or vessels (** tacbos")
acting in vacuum, also their machines, pipes, and cocks, of copper or iron; polarimeters.

2. The following articles, when imported directly by planters, on proof of the installation there-
of in their establishments :

Steam plows; stills; donkey-engines, with or without pumps; gasometers for lighting the
works ; material for portable railways ; carts for the conveyance of cane and the output of the

6 For the application of duty it should be observed :

o. That the machine must lie complete. Complete machines include tubes (fluses), belting, etc^
which form an integral part of «uch machines, but no spare parts.

b. That spare parts are dutiable according to No. 247 when of copper, and to No. 251 in all other
cases.

c. That to be considered as complete, machines must be imported in one sole shipment. Ma-
chines imported in two or more shipments shall be liable to the duties stipulated in Nos. 247 and 2SU
except in the case when a previous and special authorization has been granted by the collector at
the chief port.

I The machines and apparatus mentioned in this number are those employed by farmers and
agriculturists for preparing the ground and gathering the crop, also those employed in order to
clean the crops ana improve them without essentially changing their nature.

« Machines and separate pieces of the same, of copper and its alloys, with part of other mate-
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249. Sewing-machines and detached parts thereof per cent, ad valorem. . 20

250. Velocipedes do do .. 20

261. Machines and apparatus, other, or of materials not specially mentioned, a.so detached parts

of all kinds other than of copper or its alloys* per cent, ad valorem. . 20

Group 8.— Carriages.

Notb.— Carriages and other vehicles (except those for the conveyance of goods) imported in
the rough, or prepared for upholstering or painting, shall pay the duties corresponding to their
class, with a rebate of 40 per cent., provided that the stipulated conditions be complied: with.

262. Coaches and berlins, new, used or repaired :

a. With four seats, and calashes with two " tableros" per cent, ad valorem. . 40

o. With two seats, with or without folding seat; omnibuses with more than 15 seats;

diligences per cent, ad valorem.. 40

c. Four or two wheeled, without " tableros," with or without hood, irrespective of the
number of seats; omnibuses up to 15 seats; carriages not specially mentioned,

per cent, ad valorem 40

253. Railway carriages of all kinds for passengers, and finished wooden parts for same, per

cent, ad valorem 40

264. Vans, trucks, and cars of all kinds ; miners* trolleys, and finished wooden parts for same,

oeE per cent, ad valorem 40

255. Tramway carriages of all kinds, and finished wooden parts for the same, per cent, ad va lorem. . 40

256. Wagons, carts, and hand-carts do do . . 40

Group U.— Vessels.

Note I.— The duties on ships include likewise those levied on anchors, kedges, cables, and
chains, barometers, chronometers, binnacles, compasses (loose and fixed), speaking-trumpets,
telescopes, casks, cordage, sails and masts, necessary for the manoeuvres and safety of vessels,
with due regard to their class. All other articles shall be liable to the duties leviable thereon.

Note II.— Duties on steam vessels shall be levied on the total number of tons which may
result from the official measurement, and no separate duty shall be levied on machinery which
shall be considered an integral part of the vessel.

The certificate of tonnage shall temporarily serve as a basis for levying duty on vessels enter-
ing from abroad. The interested parties must present to the customs authorities a certificate
of measurement approved by the inspector; but it is understood that the customs authorities
will not consider the clearance and payment of the duties as finally settled until this formality
has been complied with and noted.

National ships lengthened in foreign dockyards must, on their return, pay duty on the addi-
tional tonnage.

Vessels refitted with engines abroad shall pay a fiscal duty of 96 per horse-power when it is
impossible to ascertain the weight of the new machinery.

Boilers and accessories thereof, funnels, tubes, etc., changed abroad shall be liable to a fiscal
duty of $3 per each square meter of heating surface.

Vessels undergoing other repairs iu foreign ports shall, on their return, pay duty on the
material employed for the purpose.
266a. Salvage from wrecked vessels is prima facie dutiable on appraised value according to its

material.t

Class XII.— Alimentary Substances.
Group l.-Mcat and Fish, Butter and Greases.

267. Poultry, live or dead, and small game, N. W kilo. . $0.06

258. Meat in brine, N. (Disp. VI, rule 4) :

a. Beef, brine or saft, N. W 100 kilos.. 2.80

b. Pork, brine or salt, N. W do .. 2.80

260. Lard,N.W do .. 2.80

280. Tallow, N . W do . . 2 .00

261. Baoon.N. W do .. 4.00

262. Ham,N. W do .. 5.50

263. Jerked beef (" tasa jo "), N. W do .. 8.96

264. Meat of all other kinds, T. (Disp. VI, rule 5) :

a. Beef, canned, N. W do .. 5.00

b. Beef, fresh, N. W do .. 4.50

c. Mutton, fresh, N. W do .. 4.50

d. Pork, fresh, N. W do .. 4.00

• * It will be necessary to prove to what manufacture or to what industry spare woolen hose and
filters are destined in order to be assessed according to this number.

For the definition of parts of machinery the following rules must be observed :

1. A separate piece of a machine is understood to be any object which is not expressly specified
by name under some heading of the tariff, and which, by its shape and by the manner in which it is
presented for clearance in the custom-house, though not completely finished, may be considered as
exclusively destined to a machine and can have no other application. If it be imported completely
finished, it must pay under one of the headings of the tariff referring to machinery.

2. Tubes, bars, axles, screws, bolts, sheets, plates, boiler bottoms, wire, and other articles ex-
pressly taxed in the tariff must pay duty accordingly, though they be destined to machinery.

8. Tools, instruments, and utensils employed in the arts, agriculture, and industry cannot be
considered as parts of machinery for the application of duty, and must pay according to the mate-
rials of which composed.

t The tackle, apparel, furniture, etc., of a vessel wrecked at sea, and the cargo of a vessel
wrecked on the coast of Cuba and abandoned for two years, are exempt from duty. Underwriters
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265. Butter and oleomargarine, N.W. ; T. (Disp. VI, rule 5) 100 kilos. . tT.OO

266. Cheese, N. W do .. 5.00

267. Condensed milk percent, ad valorem.. 10

268. Salt cod and stockfish, G. W. ; T. (Disp. VI, rule 4> 100 kilos. . 2.00

269. Herring, pickled, smoked, salted, or marinated, N. W do 1.00

270. Mackerel, pickled, smoked, salted, or marinated, N. W do .. 2.00

271. Salmon, canned, smoked, salted, or marinated, N. W do 5.00

272. Oysters of all kinds, and shellfish, dried or fresh, G. W do .. 1.00

273. Eggs (taken out of group 7) do . . 5.00

Group 9.— Cereals.

274. Rice, husked or not, T. (Disp. V I, rule 5) 100 kilos. . 1 .00

275. Wheat, N. W do .. .»

276. Cereals:

a. Corn, N.W do .. .30

b. Rye, N.W do .. .40

c. Barley,N.W do .. .50

d. Oats, N.W do .. .40

277. Flour:

a. Of wheat,* T. (Disp. VI, rule 5) do .. 1.50

b. Of rice, T. (Disp. VI, rule 5) do . . 2.00

c. Of Corn, N.W do .. .50

d. Of oats, N. W do .. 1.20

Oi-oup 3.— Pulse, Garden Prttduce. and Fruits.

278. Beans, N.W 100 kilos.. 1.10

279. Pease,N.W do .. 1.10

280. Onions, N. W do . . .10

281. Potatoes, N.W do .. .50

282. Flour of pulse, T. (Disp. VI, rule 5) do . . 2.50

283. Fruits, fresh, T. (Disp. VI, rule 5) do .. .60

284. Apples, fresh, N. W do . . .«

285. Fruits, dried or drained, T. (Disp. VI, rule 5) do .. 1.50

286. Apples, dried. N. W do .. 1.50

Group h.— Seeds and Fodder.

287. Clover, N.W 100 kilos. . 3.60

288. Flax, N.W do .. .82

280. Timothy, N.W do . . 2.00

290. Fodder and bran per cent, ad valorem. . ft

Group 5.— Preserves.

Note I.- All preserves are dutiable with the weight of immediate receptacles. (See Disp

VI, rule 5.) ^"

291. Fish or shellfish, preserved in oil or otherwise, in tins (Disp. VI, rule 5), per cent, ad

valorem. 25

292. Vegetables and pulse, pickled or preserved in any manner (Disp. VI, rule 5), per cent, ad

valorem 25

293. Fruits, preserved :
a. In brandy (Disp. VI, rule 5) percent, ad valorem.. 25



b. Other (Disp. VI, rule 5) do do ..25

imentarv preserves not specially mentioned ; pork butchers 1 wares, truffles, sauces, anf
mustard (Disp. VI, rule 5) , per cent, ad valorem .



Group 6,—OOs and Beverages.

295. Olive oil :

a. In receptacles of earthenware or tin, G. W. ; T. (Disp. VI, rule 4) 100 kilos 2 40

b. In bottles, including the weight of bottles, G. W. ; T. (Disp. VI, rule 4) do " a *oo

296. Alcohol, 8. T. (Disp. VI, rule 14)..... hectolV. 14.00

297. Brandy and all compound spirits not specially mentioned :

a. In casks, 8. T. (Disp. VI, rule 14) do .. 21 CO

b. In bottles or flasks, S. T. (Disp. VI, rule 14) do .. 84 00

e. Rum, in casks do .. is*00

d. Whiskies, in casks do .. 10 00

298. Wines, sparkling, S. T. (Disp. VI, rule 15) liter.. 86

299. Liqueurs and cordials:

a. In casks or similar receptacles. S. T. (Disp. VI, rule 15) do . . 18

b. In bottles, 8. T. (Disp. VI, rule 15) do .. *86

300. Wines, other:

o. In casks or similar receptacles, 8. T. (Disp. VI, rule 15) hectol. . 4 50

b. In bottles, 8. T. (Disp. VI, rule 15) do .. 13.*00

301. Beer and cider :

a. Malt liquor, in casks fDisp. VT, rule 16) do .. 3 80

b. Malt liquor, in bottles (Disp. VI, rule 16) do .. ?'«

c. Cider do .. 1.00

♦To ascertain whether products presented for clearance should be considered as flour or
semolina, a sample must be passed through a sieve No. 80, composed of silk tissue, presenting 80
holes to the square inch or square of 27 millimeters. Should the product pass through this aterS, It
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Group 7.— Various.

302. Saffron, safflower, and flowers of "tobar" percent, ad valorem.. 25

303. Cinnamon of all kinds (Disp. VI, rule 5) do do ..25

304. Cinnamon, Chinese ("canel6n"), cloves, pepper, and nutmegs (Disp. VI, rule 5), per cent.

ad valorem 25

305. Vanilla (Disp. VI, rule 5) per cent, ad valorem. . 25

306. Tea (Disp. VI, rule 5) do do .. 25

307. Coffee in the bean or ground ; chicory roots and chicory, T. (Disp. VI, rule 5) 100 kilos. . 12. 15



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