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and such receptacles shall be dutiable according to the number of the tariff applicable thereto.

16. Receptacles containing beer or cider shall be treated as follows:

When the importation takes place in barrels or other casks, the receptacles shall be dutiable
according to No. 191 (letter a), on 18 per cent, of btow weight if single and on 25 per cent, if double.

When the importation is effected in bottles or flask* packed in wooden cases or barrels, all such
packages shall be dutiable according to the number of the tariff in which comprised.

Exterior cases or barrels shall, respectively, be liable to the duty prescribed in No. 189 (letter b)
or in No. 191 (letter a) on 15 per cent, of gross weight.

For bottles or flasks, and likewise for all other receptacles u«ed for importing beer or cider, the
weight shall be practically ascertained, and such receptacles shall be dutiable according to the
number of the tariff to which they belong.



DISPOSITION SEVENTH.
Articles Prohibited Importattoh.



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Money Receivable for Customs, Etc.

Executive Mansion, January *>, issb.

It is hereby ordered that on and after February 1, 1889, and until otherwise provided, all cob.
toms, taxes, public and postal dues in the island of Porto Rico shall be paid in United States money,
or in foreign gold coins, such as the Spanish alphonsioos (centen) and the French louls, which will be
accepted in payment of such customs, taxes, public and postal dues, at the following rates:

Alphonsinos (25-peseta piece) $4.82 | Louis (20-franc piece) 9j|

It is further ordered that on and after February 1, 1899. and until further provided, the follow-
ing- Porto Rican or Spanish silver coins now in circulation io the island of Porto Rico shall be received
for customs, taxes, public and postal dues, at the following fixed rates in United States money :

The peso $0.60 I The real fO.ff

The medio peso 90 The medio real m

The peseta 12 |

It is further ordered and directed that out of the Porto Rican coios so received a convenient
supply shall be retained and carried for exchange for United States money at the rate hereinbefore
enumerated, namely, $060 United States money for one Porto Rican silver piece.

It is further ordered that all existing contracts for the payment of money in the currency of
Porto Rico may be discharged and paid in that money in accordance with the contracts, or in United
States money at the relative value set forth in the above table, namely, for each $100 United States
currency, 1«6** Porto Rican pesos.

Bronse and copper coins now current in the island of Porto Rico will be received at their face
value for fractional parts of a dollar, in a single payment to an amount not exceeding 12 cents
(1 peseta). _

William McKiexkt.



Import Bates of Duty.



Abbreviations Employed in the Tariff,



Disc. = General disposition.
G. W. = Gross weight.
N. W. = Net weight.
G. W. ; T. = Gross weight or tare,
as the ease may be.



T. = Tare.
S. T. = Special tare.
Kilo = Kilogram.
Hectog. = Hectogram.
Heotol. = Hectoliter.



The metrical system of weights and measures is in use in Porto Rico.
Importations from the United States are dutiable like other commodities.

Claim I.— Stones, Earths, Orbs, Glass, and Ceramic Products.
Group L—Stones and Earth* Employed in BuUding, Art* and Manufactures.

1. Marble, jasper, and alabaster :

a. In the rough or in dressed pieces, squared or prepared for shaping, G. W. . . .100 kilos.

b. Slabs, plates, or steps or any dimension, polished or not,* G. W do . . i.so

c. Sculptures, high ana oas reliefs, vases, urns, and similar articles for house decoration,

T.(Disp. VI, rule o) 100 kilos.. S.M

d. Wrought or chiseled into all other articles, polished or not, T. (Disp. Vi, rule 5). do . . %M
2 Stones, other, natural or artificial :

a. Slabs, plates, or step?, G. W do .. .SO

6. Wrought into all other articles, T. (Disp. VI, rule 5) do .. IM

3. Earths employed in manufactures and arts : Cement, lime, and gypsum, G. W do .. M

4. Gypsum manufactured into articles:

a. Statuette*, T. (Disp. VI, rule5» do .. MM

o. Articles, other, T. (Disp. VI, rule 5) * do .. .V

Group t.—CoaL

5. Coal and coke t X 1,000 kilos net . . Ji

* Marble affixed to furniture sha^l be liable to the same duty as the furniture.

+ Coal and coke shall be cleared in conformity to the weight indicated in the certificate isaned
to the master of the vessel at the port of shipment, proving the quantity received on board a c c o r din g
to the charter party and the bills or lading. In case or doubt the customs may verify the quantity.

i. Before discharging coal the vessels conveying the same will be visited, and the approximate
quantity of cargo will be calculate 1 according to the empty space in the hold and the net tonnage of
the vessel by taking for a hasis 800 kilograms of coal and 450 kilograms of coke per cubic meter.
Should the result not tally with the quantity entered in the manifest and declared, the clearance wB
be effected by weighing. Particulars must be given at the time of payment of duty as to the m e th o d
of control adopted, and also the name or names of the controlling officer or officers.



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Group $.— Schists, Bitumens* and Their Derivatives.

Regime applicable to goods classed in the present group.

Whenever doubt arises as to the classification of the products enumerated in No*. 865 (free
list), 366 (free list), and 6, the customs must, before collecting duty, refer the matter to the col-
lector at the chier port.

In case of doubt as to the clearance of crude petroleum, a sample of this oil must be taken,
and the following: rules observed :

1. A sample or 200 cubic centimeters shall be taken from 50 cases or less, or from 10 barrels or
less, comprised in the declaration and belonging to the same kind of goods.

2. These samples shall be mixed in a large receptacle, and, when the discharge is terminated, 2
liters are taken therefrom and put into separate bottles, which are sealed and furnished with
labels signed by the customs employees and the interested party. These bottles shall be for-
warded to the customs chemical expert in order to be assayed.

8. Immediately after this operation the goods shall be cleared and the corresponding duty
applied, but the interested party shall always be bound by the results of the analysis, and the
clearance shall not be deemed definite until that result be known.

4. The samples must be assayed within one month, and the interested party has the right to
be present when the samples are opened and analyzed, provided that he has made a written
request to this effect at the time of identifying the samples by affixing his signature to the
labels. He may also appeal to the collector at the chief port from the report of the experts.

5. Should the interested party in his appeal request that a new analysis be made, this operation
shall be effected at his expense if the decision of the customs be sustained. In contrary cases,
the expenses shall be borne by the Government.

6. In order that the Government may always be enabled to know the nature of products Im-
ported under the denominations comprised in the present group, the customs must enter in
their statistics and collection sheets the following different kinds :

No. 865 of the free list : *

a. Tar and other liquid products, even thick.

h. Pitch, asphalts, schists, and other solid or pasty products.
No. 866 of the free list :

a. Petroleum, crude.

b. Other crude oils which can be used in the preparation of illuminating oils.

c. Oleonaphtha and the other products classed in this number.
No. 6 of the tariff:

a. Petroleum, refined.

b. Other refined oils designed for illumination.

e. Benzine, vaseline, and other products comprised in this number.

6. Petroleum and other mineral oils, rectified or refined, intended for illumination ; benzine,

gasoline, and mineral oils not specially mentioned ; vaseline, tG.W 100 ki los. . $4 .00

Group L—Ores.

7. Ores,G.W 100 kilos.. .10

Group $.— Crystal and Glass,

8. Common or ordinary hollow glassware ; electric insulators, T. (Disp. VI, rule 6) . .100 kilos. . 1.00

Common bottles of glass, intended to contain beer, rum, and sparkling wines, manufac-
tured with native fruit, and garrofones or demijohns and siphons to contain mineral,
carbonated, or seltzer waters, shall enjoy a rebate of 60 per cent, of the duties stipulated
in this number when imported and declared in the custom-house by the manufacturers
of said beverages.

9. Crystal, and glass imitating crystal : *

a. Articles, cut, engraved, or gilt, T. (Disp. VI, rule 5) 100 kilos. . 14.00

h. Articles, other, T.( Disp. VI, rule 5) do .. 7.00

10. Plate glass and crystal : t

a. Slabs, paving or roofing, T. (Disp. VI, rule 5) do 1.65

b. For windows or in other articles, provided they be neither polished, beveled, engraved,

nor annealed, T. (Disp. VI, rule 5) 100 kilos.. 8.40

c Window glass set in lead and polished, or beveled plate glass, T. (Disp. VI, rule 5), 100

kilos 4.90

d. Articles, engraved or annealed, T. (Disp. VI, rule 5) 100 kilos. . 9.80

1L Glass and crystal, tinned, silvered, or coated with other metals:

a. Common mirrors not exceeding 2 mm. in thickness, coated with red or dark mercurial

varnish, T. (Disp. VI, rule 5) 100 kilos.. 10.00

b. Mirrors, other, not beveled, T. (Disp. VI, rule 5) do . . 15.00

c. Mirrors, beveled. T. (Disp. VI, rule 5) -. do .. 18.00

12. Glass and crystal in statuettes, flower stands, and vases and similar articles for toilet pur-

poses and house decoration; spectacle and watch glasses; imitations of precious or

fine stones: enamel, 8 T. (Disp. VI, rule 5) kilo.. .56

13. Incandescent electric lamps, mounted or not hundred. . 2.00

* The customs authorities must take special care that, under the denomination of tar or mix-
tures containing tar, neither crude petroleum, oleonaphtha, nor oils derived from schists are im-
ported. Tar must not contain, in appreciable proportions, volatile products or oils which might be
extracted by means of distillation at 300 degrees centigrade. Under the name of asphalts or bitu-
mens, impure paraffin or other products musr be included in No. 107 of Class III.

(Tow impregnated with pitch, tarred felts, and tarpaulins coated with sand, which heretofore
were dutiable according to this number, shall in future be comprised in No. 325 of CUss XIII.)

+ All petroleum and other mineral oils not having the note to No. 366 shall be considered as
refined.

X Decanters, glasses, tumblers, candlesticks, pillar lamps, and other articles for table service
and lighting, white or colored, are comprised in this number.

S Separate and spare parts, forming an integral portion of lamps, chandeliers, or bracket lamps,
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Group 6.— Pottery, Earthenware, and Porcelain,

14. Bricks of clay, not glazed, for building purposes, furnaces, etc. ; articles of Are clay, G. W.

ioo kiios...:. r..TT!Tv .„.:....\y!; 90.30

15. Roofing tiles of clay, not glazed, for building purposes, per square (10 by 10 feet) 1 .50

16. Slabs or conduits of clay, glazed or ung lazed, cement or stoneware, G. W 100 kilos. . .50

17. Ceramic tiles of all kinds and glazed roofing tiles, per square (10 by 10 feet) 2.50

18. Hollow ware, glazed or not, of clay or stoneware :

a. Household and kitchen utensils, T. (Disp. VI, rule 5* 100 kilos. . .80

o. Dishes or other articles, provided that they be' neither gilt, painted, nor ornamented

in relief, T. (Disp. VI, rule 5) 10U kilos.. 5.50

c. Common bottles of earthenware, to contain beer, etc do 1.00

d. Articles, gilt, painted, or ornamented in relief, T. (Disp. VI, rule 5) do 5.60

19. Hollow ware or dishes of faience :

a. Neither painted, gilt, nor in relief. T. (Disp. VT, rule 5) do 3.50

b. Gilt, painted, or with ornaments in relief, T. (Disp. VI, rule 5) do . . 6.40

20. Hollow ware or dishes of porcelain :

a. Neither painted, gilt, nor in relief, T. (Disp. VI. rule 5) do 5.80

b. Painted, gilt, or with ornaments in relief, T. (Disp. VI, rule 5) do . . 9.80

21. Statuettes, flower stands, and vases, high and bas reliefs, articles for toilet purposes and

house decoration, of fine clay, faience, stoneware, porcelain, or bisque, T. (Disp. VI, rule

5) kilo . . .26

Class II.— Metals, and All Manufactures in which a Metal Enters as a Principal

Element.

Group l.—Gold, Silver, and Platinum, and Alloys of these Metal*.

22. Gold and platinum in jewelry or goldsmiths' wares, with or without precious stones or

pearls; jewelry or wares of silver, with precious stones, pearls, and seed pearls, not set,

N. W hectog.. $7.50

23. Gold or platinum wrought in articles, other, of all kinds, N. W do . . 2.80

24. Silver in ingots, bars, plates, sheets, or powder, N. W kilo. . 2.W

25. Jewelry or wares of silver, without precious stones or pearls, N. W hectog. . 1 .50

26. Silversmiths' wares, other, of all kinds, and platinum in ingots, N. W kilo. . 8.00

27. Plate, N. W do . . 2.40

Group 2.— Cast Iron (I).

(I) Articles of malleable cast iron are dutiable as manufactures of wrought iron.
Cast iron :

28. Pigs, G. W 100 kilos. . .10

29. Articles not coated or ornamented with another metal or porcelain, neither polished

nor turned—

a. Bars, beams, plates, grates for furnaces, columns, and pipes, G. W 100 kilos. . .50

b. Lubricating boxes for railway trucks and carriages, and railway chairs. G. W., 100

kilos 35

c. Articles, other. G. W 100 kilos. . .75

30. Articles of all kinds not coated or ornamented with another metal or porcelain, pol-

ished or turned, T. (Disp. VI, rule 5) 100 kilos. . 1.20

81. Articles of all kinds, enameled, gilt, tinned, or coated or ornamented with other metals

or porcelain, T. (Disp. VI, rule 5) 100 kilos. . 2.00

Group 3.— Wrought Iron and Steel.

32. Iron, soft or wrought, in ingots or ** tochos ; " * steel in ingots, G. W 100 kilos. . .34

33. Wrought iron or steel, rolled—

a. Rails,G. W do .. .425

b. Bars of all kinds, including rods ; + t ires, hoops, and beams, G. W do . . .80

c. Bars of all kinds of fine crucible steel,* G. W do .. 1.40

34. Sheets, rolled—

a. Neither polished nor tinned, of 3 millimeters and more in thickness. G. W. do . . 1 .00

b. Neither polished nor tinned, of less than 3 millimeters in thickness, and hoop iron,!

G. W 100 kilos.. 1.00

c. Tinned and tin plate, G. W do .. 1.30

d. Polished, corrugated, perforated, cold-rolled, galvanized or not, and bands of pol-

ished hoop iron, G. W 100 kilos. . 1 .20

35. Wrought iron or steel :

Cast in pieces, in the rough, neither polished, turned, nor adjusted, weighing, each -

a. 25 kilograms or more, G. W 100 kilos. . 1 .00

b. Less than 25 kilograms, G. W do .. 1.35

* By " tochos " shall be understood rough wrought iron in a mass or prism, round iron, or Iron
in any other form containing dross. (Wrought iron containing dross has generally an unequal and
rough surface.)

Wrought iron in a mass or prism free from dross shall be comprised in No. 34, letter b.

In case of doubt, this iron shall be submitted to assay for determining its kind.

t The rods in question are iron or steel rods exceeding 8 millimeters in thickness employed in
the manufacture of iron wire.

X Crucible steel is distinguished from bars and other pieces of iron or common steel by its sharp
edges. The surface is very smooth, of a bluish color, darker than that of iron, and its fracture is
close-grained. (This steel is generally imported in round, square, octaironal, triangular, or flat bars.)

% By hoop iron (" flejes ") shall be understood unpolished flat bands or circles of less than 3 mil-
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a. wheels weighing more than 100 kilograms, fish plates, chairs, sleepers, and straight

axles; springs for railways and tramways ; lubricating boxes. G. W 100 kilos. . 10.60

b. Wheels weighing 100 kilograms or less; springs other than for railways and tram-



35. Cast in pieces, finished-
wheels weighing
axles; springs!

Wheels weighing __. „ ._ . w _ .„_ _ ._

ways; bent axles and cranks, G. W 100 kilos. . 1.40

37. Pipes—

a. Covered with sheet brass, G. W do 1.40

b. Other, galvanized or not, G. W do .. 1.40

38. Wire, galvanized or not—

a. 2 millim. or more in diameter. T. (Disp. VI, rule 6) do .. 1.00

b. More than H and up to 2 millim. in diameter, T. (Disp. VI, rule 5) do 1 .30

c. & millim. or less in diameter, and wire covered with any kind of tissue, T. (Disp.

TO, rule 5) i00 kilos;. 1.00

30. In large pieces, composed of bars or bars and sheets fastened by means of rivets or
screws ; the same, unriveted, perforated, or out to measure for bridges, frames,
and other buildings, G. W 100 kilos. . 1 .60

40. Anchors, chains for vessels or machines, moorings, switches, and signal disks, G. W.

100 kilos 80

41. Anvils, T. (Disp. VI, rule 5) 100 kilos.. 2.50

42. Wire gauze—

a. Up to 20 threads per inch, *T. (Disp. VI, rule 5) do 1.80

b. Or 20 threads or more per inch, T. (Disp. VI, ruleS) kilo.. .05

43. Cables, fencing (barbed wire), and netting ; furniture springs, G. W 100 kilos . . 1 .00

44. Tools and implements—

a. Fine, for arts, trades, and professions, of crucible steel, T. (Disp. VI, rule 5), 100

kilos 5.00

b. Other, T. (Disp. VI, rule 5) 100 kilos.. 2.50

45. Screws, nuts, bolts, washers, and rivets ; Parisian and similar tacks, per cent, ad valorem . . 15

46. Nails, clasp nails, and brads, T. (Disp. VI, rule 5) kilo. . 1 .00

47. Buckles:

a. Gilt, silvered, or nickeled, T. (Disp. VI, rule 5) *..... do .. .20

6. Other, T. (Disp. VI, rule 5) do .. .15

48. Needles, sewing or embroidering, pins, and pens; pieces of clock works, N. W. (Disp. VI,

rule 9) kilo.. .30

40. Crochet hooks and the like ; hooks, hairpins, and surgical instruments, N. W. (Disp. VI,

rule 9) kilo.. .30

50. Cutlery of all kinds ; tailors* scissors ; side-arms and pieces for same, T. (Disp. VI, rule

6) kilo.. .40

51. Firearms:

a. Barrels, unfinished, for portable arms, G. W do . . .25

b. Small arms, such as pistols and revolvers, also their detached parts, T. (Disp. VI,

rule6) .kilo.. 1.00

e. Sporting guns; muzzle- loading, and detached parts thereof, T. (Disp. VI, rule 5). do . . .60
d. Breech-Toading. and detached parts thereof, T. (Disp. VI, rule 5) do . . 2.50

52. Manufactures of tin plate, T. (Disp. VI, rule 5) 100 kilos.. 6.50

Wrought iron or steel :

53. Articles of all kinds not specially mentioned, common, even coated with lead, tin, or zinc,

or painted or varnished—

a. In which sheet predominates, T. (Disp. VI, rule 5) 100 kilos.. 2.00

b. In which sheet does not predominate, T. (Disp. VI, rule 5) do 2.00

54. Articles of all kinds not specially mentioned, fine, i. e , polished, enameled, coated with

porcelain, nickel, or other metals (with the exception of lead", tin. or zinc), or with
ornaments, borders, or parts of other metals, or combined with glass or earthen-
ware—

a. In which sheet predominates, T. (Disp. VI, rule 5) 100 kilos.. 3.00

b. In which sheet does not predominate (Disp. VI, rule 5) do 3.00

Group A.— Copper and Alloy* of Common Metals urtth Copper (Brass, Bronze* etc.).

55. Copper scales, copper of first f usIod, old copper, brass, etc., G. W 100 kilos. . 3.00

56. Copper and alloys of copper : In ingots, G. W. do 4.00

57. Rolled in bars of all kinds, G. W do 4.50

58. Rolled in sheets, G. W do .. 5.00

50. Wire, galvanized or not—

a. 1 millimeter and more in diameter, T. (Disp. VI, rule 5) do .. 5 00

b. Less than 1 millimeter in diameter, T. (Disp. VI, rule 5) do 5. 00

c. Gilt, silvered, or nickeled, T. (Disp. VI, rule 5) kilo. . .25

60. Wire covered with tissues or insulating materials; conducting cables for electricity over

public thoroughfares,* T. (Disp. VI, rule 5) 100 kilos. . 6.00

61. Wire gauze -

o. Up to 100 threads per inch, X T. (Disp. VI, rule 5) do 5. 00

b. Of 100 threads or more per inch, T. (Disp. VI, rule5) kilo.. .12

62. Pipes, bearings, plates for fireplaces, and boiler- makers* wares partially wrought, G.

W 100 kilos.. 4.50

63 N&Jls &nd tacks - ■

a. Gilt, silvered, or nickeled, T. (Disp. VI, rule 5). .'. kilo. . .15

b. Other, T. (Disp. VI, rule 5) do .. .10

64. Pins or pens, N. W. (Disp. VI, rule 9) do .. .40



* *This basis represents one-half of the warp and woof threads comprised in a square of one
inch, i. e., of 23 millimeters.

t By conducting cables for electricity shall be meant cables composed of one or more wires of
copper or any alloy of copper, whatever be their thickness, provided that they be covered with an
insulating wrapper, without taking into consideration whether they arc inclosed in pipes of iron or
lead or strengthened with cordage or iron or steel wire.

$This basis represents one-naif of the warp and woof threads comprised in a square of 1 inch,
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Copper and alloys of copper :

66. Articles not specially mentioned, varnished or not, T. (Disp. VI, rule 5) kilo. . 10.15

66: Articles, gilt, silvered, or nickeled, not specially mentioned, T. (Disp. VI, rule 5).. . do . . .25

Oroup £.— Other Metals and their Alloys.

67. Mercury, G.W kilo.. .80

Nickel, aluminium, and alloys having for a basis these metals :

68. In lumps or ingots, G. W 100 kilos.. 3.00

Tin and alloys thereof :

69. In lumps or ingots, G. W r do .. 4.00

Zinc, lead, and other metals not specially mentioned, as well as their alloys :

70. In lumps or ingots, G. W do .. 1.00

Nickel, aluminium, and their alloys :

71. In bars, sheets, pipes, and wire, G. W do .. 7.00

Tin and alloys thereof :

72. In bars, sheets, pipes, and wire, G. W do .. 7.00

Zinc, lead, and other metals :

78. In bars, sheets, pipes, and wire, G. W ; do 1.30

74. Tin hammered in thin leaves (tinfoil) and capsules for bottles, T. (Disp. VI, rule 5) kilo. . .04

Nickel and aluminium, and their alloys :

75. Articlesof all kinds, T. (Disp. VI, rule 6) do.. .60

Tin and alloys thereof (Britannia metal, etc.) :

76. Articlesof all kinds, T. (Disp. VI, rule 6) do .. .60

77. Zinc, lead, and other metals, and their alloys :

a. Articles, gilt, silvered, or nickeled, T. (Disp. VI, rule 5) do .. .26

ft. Articles, other, T. (Disp. VI,rule6) do .. .10

Oroup 6.— Wastes and Scoria.

78. Filings, shavings, cuttings of iron or steel, and other wastes of cast iron or from the manu-

facture of common metals, fit only for resmelting, G. W 100 kilos. . .15

79. Scoria? resulting from the smelting of ores, G. W do .OS

Claso III. Substances Employed in Pharmacy and Chemical Industries, and Products

Composed op These Substances.

Oroup 1,— Simple Dtuqs.

80. Oleaginous seeds, copra or cocoanuts, G. W 100 kilos.. $1.50

81. Resins and gums :

a. Colophany, pitch, and similar products, G. W do

ft. Spirits of turpentine, T. (Disp. VI, rule 5) do

c. Caoutchouc and gutta-percha, raw or melted in lumps, G. W do

82. Extracts of licorice, camphor, aloes, and other similar vegetable juices, G. W do

83. Tan bark, G. W do

&4. Opium, G. W kilo

85. Other simple vegetable products, not specially mentioned, G. W 100 kilos

86. Animal products employed in medicine, not specially mentioned, G. W do

87. Natural colors, in powder or in lumps (ochers, etc.), G. W do



.46

2.50

3.00

5.26

.25

6.00

2.75

1.30

.30



Oroup f.— Colors, Dyes, and Varnishes.



88. Artificial colors of metallic bases :

a. In powder or lumps, G. W. ; T. (Disp. VI, rule 4) 100 kilos. . 1.40

ft. Prepared in the paste, oil, or water; also lead or colored pencils, G. W. ; T. (Disp. VI,

rule 4) 100 kilos.. 3.00

89. Other artificial colors, in powder, crystals, lumps, or paste, G. W.; T. (Disp. VI, rule 4),

kilo 26

90. Natural dyes :

a. Woods, barks, roots, etc., for dyeing, G. W 100 kilos. . .20

ft. Madder, G.W do .. 4.50

c. Indigo and cochineal, G. W kilo. . .20

91. Artificial dyes:

a. Extracts from logwood, archil, and other dyeing extracts, G. W. ; T. (Disp. VI, rule 4),

100 kilos 5.00

ft. Writing, drawing, or printing inks, G. W. ; T. (Disp. VI, rule 4> 100 kilos.. 3.00

c. Colors derived from csal, G. W. ; T. (Disp. VI, rule 4) kilo.. .10

92. Varnish, G. W. : T. (Disp. VI, rule 4) 100 kilos. . 4.50



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