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377. All other tissues 15

378. All other works of tissues :

a. Of silk, wholly or in part..> 25

b. AUother 20

Group J4.— Tobacco.

♦379. Cigars and ciirarettes 40

•380. Cigarettes, rolled in paper 40

381. 8nuff 40

♦3X2. Tobacco, cut 40

3»3. do leaf 85

•184. All other prepared tobacco 40

Group IS. -Wines* Liquors, and Spirits.

♦385. Beer, ale, porter, and stout 25

3Hrt. Brandy 40

*387. Champagne *S

3*8. Chinese alcoholic liquors of all kinds 40

389. Gin 40

390. I iqueurs of all kinds 40

♦391. Port 35

392. Rum 40

393. Sake, resembling the home b re wage 40

♦394. 8berry 85

.195. Vermuth 36

396. Whisky 40

♦397. Wines, red and white 35

398. Spirit*, or distilled liquors of all other

kinds 40

♦399. Wines, or fermented liquors of all other

kinds 35

Group 16.— Miscellaneous.

•400. Aloeswood. 10

401. Amber:

o. Unworked 10

b. Worked 20

Animals:

402. Cattle, horse, ass, mule, sheep, goat,

and domestic fowl 5

403. All other animals 10

404. Asbestos, in sheet or board 10

405. Bamboo, unworked 5

406. Beltings of leather, caoutchouc, or can-

vas, and hose of caoutchouc or can-
vas for machinery 10

407. Billiard tables and accessories 30

408. Blasting gelatin, and other similar ex-

plosive compounds, including deto-
nators and fuses 15



Ad Valorem
Rates of

Duty.
Per Cent.

409. Bricks and tiles for building purposes. . . 10

410. Brushes and brooms of all kinds 20

411. Canes, sticks, and whips 20

412. Caoutchouc and gutta-percha :

o. Crude 5

b. Sheet 10

c. Manufactures of, not otherwise pro-

vided for 20

413. Carriages, bicycles, tricycles, and parts

thereof 25

414. Cars or carriages, railway passengers',

and parts thereof 10

415. Cars, wagons, railway freight, and parts

thereof 10

416. Cars, carriages, tramway, and parts

thereof io

417. Cars or drays for conveyance of com-

modities 10

418. Celluloid :

♦ a. In sheet or rod 10

b. Worked 20

♦419. Cement, Portland 5

420. Chalk and whiting 5

421. Charcoal, wood and animal 5

422. Clay of all kinds 5

♦423. Coal and patent-fuel coal or coal bri-
quettes • 5

♦424. Coke 5

425. Corals, worked or otherwise 30

♦426. Cordage and ropes of flax, hemp, jute,
Manila hemp, or China grass, for rig-
ging or otherwise 10

427. Cork bark 5

428. Corks 10

429. Diamond, glazier's 5

♦480. Dynamite 10

431. Emery sands 5

482. do cloths and sand-paper 5

483. do wheels, and grindstones of all

kinds 5

484. Felt, for ship's bottom, or for roofing.. . . 10
435. Fireworks of all kinds 30

♦488. Fishing-guts (Tegusu) 5

437. Flints 5

438. Flowers and blossoms, artiflcia 1 25

439. Frames for pictures, and molding 20

♦440. Fumori (Gleopeltis intricate) 5

441. Furniture, new and old, not otherwise

provided for 20

442. Games, all articles of, used in playing

tennis, cricket, chess, etc., etc., not

otherwise provided for 25

♦448. Glue, common 5

444. Gun-cotton 15

♦445. Gunpowder of all kinds 15

♦446. Gypsum 5

447. Hay 5

448. ivory, manufactures of , not otherwise

provided for 20

449. Jewelry 35

450. do imitations of 30

451. Labels, for bottles, tins, etc 15

452. Lamps, lanterns, and parts thereof 20

453. Lard, tallow, and grease 10

454. Leather, manufactures of, not otherwise

provided for 20

♦455. Malt 5

456. Matches of all kinds 20

♦457. Matting, China, in rolls of 40 yards 20

♦468. do cocoa 30

450. Mats and matting, all other 20

460. Mica in sheets 10

♦461. Oakum 5

462. Packing, for steam-engines 10

463. Paintings, in oil or water-color, litho-

graphs, chromolithographs, photo-
graphs, calligraphical albums, and
all other paintings, pictures, and cal-
ligraphy, not otherwise provided for 25

♦464. Pitch, wood-tar, and coal-tar 5

♦465. Plaster of Paris 5

466. Playing cards of all kinds. 35

♦467. Plumbago or blacklead 5

468. Pottery, including porcelain & earthen-

ware, not otherwise provided for 20

469. Precious stones and pearls. 35



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470.
♦471.
•472.
•473.

474.
•476.
476.

477.

•478.



•479.
480.
481.
482.



488.

*484.
•486.
486.

487.
488.



480.
480.
401.

492.



408.

404.
406.
486.

487.



Ad Valorem
Rates of

Duty.
Per Cent.

P and pearls, imitations of. 90

P g paper 5

R >r otherwise..!..! 5

Si , and harness 25

Si 10

SI -fall kinds 20

Si es (articles for use in

m are excluded) 30

Soap:

a. Toilet 20

b. All other 10

Soapstone, in lump, or powdered 6

Sparterie, for making fiats. 10

Sponges 5

Stone and slate not otherwise provided

for:

a. Rough, or unworked, for building

purposes, etc 5

b. worked, for ornamental work or

furniture, etc 80

e. Statues, sculptured or engraved,

and other 25

Submarine telegraphic cables and under-
ground telegraphic lines or cables. 10

Timber, santalum (ehitan) 5

do teak 5

do lumber, boards, and planks of

all kinds not otherwise provided for. . . 5

Toilet or dressing cases 25

do perfumed water, hair-oil, tooth-
wash, and all other cosmetics and per-
fumery 30

Tortoise-shell, manufactures of 26

Toys of all kinds 25

Trunks, portmanteaus, and traveling

or courier bags 20

Umbrellas, parasols, and sunshades:

a. Of silk, wholly or in part 25

b. All other 25

Umbrella sticks, and bandies, except

those mado of gold or silver 20

Vessels, steam or sailing, and boats 5

Wares of santalum or ebony wood 25

All articles, raw or unmanufactured,

not herein enumerated 10

All articles manufactured, wholly or in

part, not herein enumerated 20



Class II.— Articles Exempted from Duties.

496. Advertisements and sign-boards.

499. Animal bone ashes.

600. Atlases, maps, and charts, and other scien-



501. Bank-notes, coupons, scrip, and all other

negotiable papers.

502. Rooks, printed, including copv-books, draw-

ing-books, pamphlets, periodicals, jour-
nals, and newspapers.
508. Bullion, gold, and silver.

604. Cocoons of all kinds.

605. Coins, gold, and silver.

506. Cotton, old.

507. do raw, ginned.

608. do raw, on the seed.

609. do waste.

510. do yarn, waste.

61 L Flax, hemp, jute, Manila hemp, and China
grass, hackled or otherwise.

512. Guano.

513. Gunny-bags, new and old.

514. do cloth.

515. Mats, packing.

516. Models, and architectural and engineering

plans.

517. Oil-cake, in lump or powdered.

518. Opium for medicinal purposes, imported by

the Imperial Government.

519. Plants, trees, shrubs, and roots, shoots, and

bulbs thereof.

520. Rice and paddy.

521. Sardines (Iwashi), dried.

522. Tea-firing baskets and sieves.
628. do pans.

624. Tea-lead.

526. Wool, goat's hair, and camel's hair, new and
old.



Class III.— Prohibited Articles.

526. Adulterated drugs, chemicals, medicines,
food, and beverages considered to be in-
jurious by laws, ordinances, and regula-
tions of the Empire.

627. All articles for use in smoking opium.

628. All articles which are considered dangerous

to the public health for sanitary reasons
or to the safety of animals or plants, un-
der the laws, ordinances, and regulations
of the Empire.

529. Articles in violation of patent, design, t rade-
mark, or copyright laws of the Empire.

580. False coins of any kind, and imitations of
coins which might be considered to be
false coins.
Opium (opium Imported by the Imperial
Government for medicinal purposes is ex-
cluded from this prohibition).



581.
532.



offer any danger.



Specific Duties.



Note.— 1 picul equals 133H pounds avoirdupois.
1 catty equals \\i pounds avoirdupois.
1 yen equals about 60 cents United States currency.

1 sen equals about 5 mills United States currency, or one-hundredth part of a yen.
Yard, foot, and inch used in this tariff are English measurements.
Pound and ton are according to English avoirdupois weight.
Gallon is according to United States standard.
Liter is according to French metric system.

Yen. Sen.
38. Butter per catty. . .086

34. Cheese do . . .<64

35. Coffee bean do .. .064

37. Eggs, fresh per 1.000. . 1.115

88. Flour per picul. . .465

40. Haras and bacon per catty. . .065

41. Meat, fresh per picul . . 1 .840

42. Milk, condensed or desiccated per lb. or 1? cans.. .371

44. Salt, sea and rock :

o. Crude per picul. . .083

b. Refined do .. 1.870



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Yen Son

45. Salt fish perpicul.. ' .876-

46. do meat, beef, or pig, in barrel do 1.29tf

47. Sekikasai (Gelidium corneum; do .513

48. Tea. per catty.. .088

68. Undershirts and drawers, knit :

a. Cotton per dozen. . 1.410-

. ** o. Wool do .. 2.548

c. Wool and cotton mixed do . . 1.812

66. Acid, carbolic, crystallized per catty . . .036

67. do salicylate, crystallized or powdered do .157

68. do tartaric. do .073

69. Alcohol do .. .096

70. Alum perpicul.. .198

74. Biakujutsu (Radix atractylls ovata or alba) no .877

75. Bismuth, Rubnitrate of do 206

77. Borax (soda, biborate of) do .. 1.238

78. Camphor, Borneo, and blumea or Ngai por catty. . .377

79. Cassia and cinnamon bark per picul . . .723

80. do do inoil do .. .202

81. Cataria, leaf of do .539

82. Cinchona bark. do .. 1.732

83. Cincbonine, muriate or sulphate per catty. . .200

84. Cinnabar (hydrargyri sulphuretum rubrum) do .0:6

85. Cloves per picul . . 1 .385

86. Cocaine, hydrochlorate oi per catty. . 12.983

89. Colombo perpicul.. .517

91. Cutch and gambler do . . .927

92. Gentian do .. 1.364

94. Glycerin per catty. . .036

95. Gum Arabic perpicul.. 1.307

96. do benzoin do .. 1.124

99. do olibanum do .. .560

100. Hops per catty.. .058

101. Iodoform do . . .511

102. Ipecac per picul. . 36.64)

108. Jalap do . . 4.581

104. Lead, acetate of (lead, sugar of) do . . 1.281

105. Licorice do . . .933

106. Mawo (Epedora vulgaris) do .. .353

108. Morphine, hydrochlorate of, sulphate of per catty. . 4.043

HI. Nard or spikenard per picul. . 1.520

112. Phosphorus, amorphous. per catty. . .165

114. Potash, bromide of do . . .ifl8

115. do chlorate of perpicul. . 2.321

117. Putchuk do .. 1.410

119. Rosin do .. .298

120. Rhubarb, powdered or otherwise do . . 1.387

121. Saffron per catty. . 1.177

122. Saltpeter (potash, nitrate of) per picul . . .980

123. Santonine per catty. . .380

124. Sarsaparilla per picul . . 1 .681

125. Semen cyna do .. 1.522

126. Shellac per catty.. .066

127. Soda ash perpicul.. .351

128. do bicarbonate of do .. .457

129. do caustic do .. .464

130. do crystals or washing soda do .. » .227

181. do salicylate of per catty. . .142

132. Soiutsu (Radix atractylls lanceolaria) per picul. . .462

138. Stick-lac do .. 1.870

134. Vaseline do . . 1.642

135. Wogon (Radix Scutellaria lanceolaria) do . . .490

136. Acid:

^ a. Boracic do .. 2.038

A. Phosphorus, stick do .. 12.353

c. Soda, nitrate of do . . .471

189. Blue, prepared from minerals, dry and liquid do .. 6.690

141. Cobalt, oxide of do .. 84.628

144. Galls of all kinds do .. 1.715

145. Gamboge do .. 6.802

147. Indigo, dry do .. 12.953

150. Lead, all colors do 1.070

152. Logwood, extract do .. 2.397

168. Mangrove bark do .. .119

154. Paint in oil do .. 1.804

156. Sapon-wood do .. .23*

158. Turmeric do .. .384

159. Ultramarine do .. 1.749

161. Varnish, Chinese do .. 3.272

162. Verdigris ao .. 2.297

168. Vermilion per catty.. .120

164. Wansho or Gosu per picul.. 5.423

165. White zinc do .. 1.230

167. Glass^window, ordinary :

a. Uncolored and unstained per 100 sq. feet. . • .400

178. Barley per picul. . .101

174. Beans do .. .129

177. Sesame do . . .197

178. Wheat do .. .153



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Ten. Ben.

179. Cottonseeds perpioul.. .044

184. Hair, human do .. 5.641

186. Hides or skins, bull, ox, cow, and buffalo, undressed do .. .962

186. Hides or skins, deer, undressed do .. 1.688

187. do do Sanba (Cervus elepus), undressed do .. .414

188. Hoofs, animal do .. .681

189. Horns, bull, ox, cow, and buffalo do . . .604

190. do deer do .. .654

198. Ivory or tusks, elephant per catty. . .298

195. do or teeth, sea-horse do .102

196. Leather, sole per picul. . 7.441

203. Brass:

a. Bar and rod do .. 8.070

b. Plate or sheet do . . 8.086

206. Brass, old, only fit for remanufacturing do . . .915

206. Copper :

a. Bar and rod do .. 3.464

b. Plate and sheet do .. 3.48K

209. Copper nails do .. 3.956

211. do wire do .. 7.496

218. do old, only fit for remanufacturing do .799

214. German silver :

a. Plate or sheet rod do .. 6.080

b. Wire do .. 6.257

Iron and mild steel :

215. Pig and ingot do .. .083

217. a. Rod and bar not exceeding \i inch ( English) in diameter do .356

b. Hoop and band do .. .427

218. T, ' - -*—-*— " ^-tures d* .313

219. R) do .297

220.81 d do .394

221. 81 >d and otherwise) do .853

222.P) do .. .345

224. N &ed pcrcatty.. 575

228.T1 do .. .691

227. W inch (English) in diameter (not tinned).... do .665

228. W do .. .591

229. do .. 1.367

230. vise do .. .109

281. per picul. . .108

232. do .. .388

233. do .. .753

235. Mercury or quicksilver do . . 5.689

236. Nickel do .. 3.529

Steel other than mild steel :

248. Wire and small rod not exceeding M inch (English) In diameter do 1.819

244. Wire, paragon, for umbrella use do 2.145

245. Wire rope, galvanized or otherwise do .. 1.647

246. Old wire rope only fit for remanufacturing ^ do .117

Tin:

247. Block, ingot, and slab '. do 1.992

Yellow metal and Muntz metal :

260. Sheet and plate do .. 2.871

251. Barandrod do .. 2.586

Zinc:

265. Block, ingot, and slab do 451

256. Sheet or plate do 1.308

257. Old sheet do .297

264. Foil and powder of metals do . . 11 .289

272. Candles of all kinds do 3.522

Oil:

274. Bean do .. .747

275. Castor, in can, barrel, or bottle do . . 1 .060

276. Cocoar.ut do .. 1.181

277. Oil, ground-nut or peanut do .. 1.122

278. a. Kerosene or petroleum, in can P«t gallon.. .016

b. Kerosene or petroleum, in tank do .. .010

279. do linseed, in can or barrel per picul . . 1 .724

280. do olive, in can or barrel do ., 2.929

283. 8piritsof turpentine, in can or barrel per gallon. . .076

285. Wax, paraffin nerpicul. . 1.088

292. Paper, printing do .. 1.757

299. 8ugar, from 1 to 14, inclusive, Dutch standard in color do .204

300. a. No. 15 to 20, inclusive, Dutch standard in color do .. 1.523

b. Above No. 20, Dutch standard in color do . . 1 .888

301. Bock candy do . . 2.213

302. Molasses do . . .157

304. Cotton yai ns, plain or colored do . . 6.066

308. do drill, bleached or unbleached jht sq. yard.. .029

duck do .. .08»>

prints do .. .020

sateens, brocades. Italians, and figured shirtings do .029

velvets or velveteens do .. .0«5

314. Shirtings, gray do .010

315. do white or bleached do .. .015

316. do twilled do .. .017

:U7. do dyed do .. .020

31U. T cloths (narrow widths) do . . .015



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321.
828.
824.



Turkey-red cambrics per so. yard

Victoria lawns do

Yarns, woolen and worsted, of all kinds per picul

Alpacas / per sq. yard



do
do
do
do

do
do

do

do
do



341.

847.
362.
354.
368.

369.
360.
381.
382.
364.
368.
370.
371.
379.
380.
382.
385.



387.



391.
394.
397.
399.



Buntings

Flannels:

a. Woolen

b. Cotton and wool mixed

Italian cloth

Long-ells

Mousself ne de laine :

a. Wool, plain or white

b. Wool, colored or printed

Serores *

a. Where the warp is worsted and the weft woolen.
Cloth:

a. Wool

b. Wool and cotton mixed

Silk:

a. Raw per picul

b. Wild cocoons do

Satin, Chinese persq. yard

Tarns, flax or linen, plain and dyed per picul

Flax, canvas per sq. yard

Blankets of all kinds, single or in piece per picul

Carpets and carpeting:

do Brussels per sq. yard

do felt di

do Jute or hemp

do patent tapestry

Chikufu

Handkerchief cotton, in piece.. .

Leather cloth for furniture

Oilcloths and linoleum for floors

Cigars and tobacco cigarettes per catty

Cigarettes per 1,000

Tobacco, cut per catty

Beer and porter :

a. Bottle not exceeding U liter per dozen

b. Bottle not exceeding 1 liter do

Champagne and other fermented wines in cases:

a. Case containing 24 bottles, each bottle not exceeding % liter per case

b. Case containing 12 bottles, each bottle not exceeding 1 liter do

Wines of all kinds :



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Yen. Sen.
.018
.009
12.308
.113



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do
do
do
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do
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.058



.053
.061



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.097

.141
.071

T.5.130
23.846

.270
8.159

.071
13.984

.277
.067
.047
.265
.027
.017
.043
.071
.772
1.153
.444



.515



5.425
5.425



409.
418.
419.
423.
424.
426.
490.
436.
440.
443.
445.
446.
455.
457.
458.
461.
464.

465.
467.
471.
472.
473.
475.
478.
479.
484.
485.



a. Containing less than 16 degrees of alcohol, in barrel per 10 liters. . .435

6. Containing less than 16 deprees of alcohol, in case of 24 bottles, each % liter, per

case 2.660

c. Containing less than 16 degrees of alcohol, in case of 12 bottles, not over 1 liter each,

per case 2.660

d. Containing from 16 degrees to 24 degrees of alcohol, in barrel per 10 liters. . 2.774

e. Containing from 16 degrees to 24 degrees of alcohol, incase of 24 bottles, not over %

liter each per case.. 2.380

/. Containing from 16 degrees to 24 degrees of alcohol, in case of 12 bottles, not over 1

liter each per case . . 2 .380

Aloeswood per picul . . 8.688

Celluloid, in sheet or rod per catty.. .196

Cement, Portland per picul.. .089

Coal per ton . . .879

Coke do .. .789

Cordage and rope, flax, hemp, jute, for rigging or otherwise per picul . . 1 .954

Dynamite per catty. . .100

Fishing-guts (Tegusu) per picul.. 16.976

Funori(Gleopeltisintricata) do .. .258

Glue, common do . . .972

Gunpowder, all kinds except smokeless do 2.617

Gypsum do .. .055

Malt. do .. .544

Matting, Chinese, in rolls of 40 yards '. per roll.. .610

Matting, cocoa persq. yard.. .058

Oakum per picul . . .710

a. Pitch ao .. .187

b. Tar do .. .322

Plaster of Paris do .174

Plumbago or black lead do .730

Pulp for making paper do .297

Putty do .. .234

Rattans, split or otherwise do .393

Sandalwood do .. 1.434

Soap for laundry purposes do 1.085

Soapstone, in lump or powdered do .089

Timber, santalum (Shitan) do .175

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Conventional Tariff with Great Britain.

— Duty->
Yen. Sen.

1. Caoutchouc, manufactures of per ad valorem 10 per cent.

2. Cement, Portland per 100 catties. . .085

3. Cotton yarns, plain or dyed do .. 4.180

Cotton tissues :

4. do drills per sq. yard . . .016

6. do duck do .. .068

6. do handkerchiefs, in the piece do .011

7. do prints do .. .612

8. do sateens, plain, figured, or printed, brocades, Italians, and figured shirtings, per

sq. yard 017

9. Cotton shirtings, dyed per sq. yard. . .013

10. do do gray do .. .008

11. do do twilled do .011

12. do do white or bleached do .010

13. do T-cloths do .. .008

14. do Turkey-red cambrics do .. .012

15. do velvets or velveteens. do .. .041

16. do Victoria lawns do .. .008

17. do all other sorts of pure cotton tissues,'and all tissues of cotton mixed with flax,
hemp, or fiber, including wool, the cotton, however, predominating in weight, not
specially provided for in this tariff per ad valorem 10 per cent.

Note.— It is expressly understood that ready-made clothing and made-up articles
are not included under the beading of " Cotton Tissues.* 1

18. Glass, window, ordinary :

a. Uncolored and unstained per 100 sq. feet . . .308

b. Colored, stained, and ground per ad valorem 10 per cent.

19. Hats, including also hats of felt do do

20. Indigo, dry per 100 catties. . 12.953

Iron and mild steel :

21. do pig, and ingot do .. .083

22. do bar and rod exceeding \i inch (English) in diameter do .. .281

23. do nails, including, spikes, sprigs, tacks, and brads :

a. Plain do .. .573

b. Galvanized per ad valorem 10 per cent.

24. Iron pipes and tubes do do

25. do plate and sheet per 100 catties. . .298

28. do rails do .. .129

27. do screws, bolts, and nuts, plain and galvanized per ad valorem 10 per cent.

28. do sheet, galvanized, both plain and corrugated per 100 catties. . .740

29. do Tinned plates :

a. Ordinary do . . .891

b. Crystallized per a< j valorem 10 per cent.

30. do wire, and small rod not exceeding \i inch (English) in diameter per 100 catties. . .503

31. do telegraph or galvanized do .. .286

Note.— By the term " mild steel •* as used in this tariff is understood mild steel manu-
factured by the Siemens, Bessemer, Bassaic, or similar processes, and approxi-
mating in value to iron of the same class in this tariff.

32. Lead, pig, ingot, and slab per 100 catties. . .316

33. Leather:

a. Sole do .. 5.890

b. Other kinds per ad valorem 10 per cent.

34. Linen yarns, plain or dyed per 100 catties. . 6.587

Linen tissues :

35. do canvas per sq. yard.. .047

38. do all other sorts per ad valorem 10 per cent.

Note.— It is expressly understood that ready-made clothing and other made-up
articles are not included under this head of " Linen Tissues. 11

37. Mercury or quicksilver per 100 catties. . 5.048

38. Milk, condensed or desiccated, and proportionately for tins of other weights, per dozen

1-lb. tins 123

39. Oil, paraffin per ad valorem 10 per cent.

40. Paint in oil per 100 catties . . 1 .304

41. Paper, printing do . . 1.189

42. Saltpeter (nitrate of potash) do .. .490

43. Silk-faced cotton satins per ad valorem 15 per cent.

Note.— It is expressly understood that all other mixed tissues of cotton and silk, and
of wool and silk, where the cotton or wool predominates in weight, are to be
classed for duty under Nos. 17 and 61 of this tariff, respectively.

8teel (other than mild steel) :

44. do inirot per ad valorem 5 per cent.

45. do bar, rod, plate, and sheet do 7H do

46. do wire, and small rod not exceeding H inch (English) in diameter per 100 catties. . 1.819

47. Sugar, refined :

a. Nos. 15 to 20, inclusive, Dutch standard in color do . . .T48

b. Above No. 20 Dutch standard in color do . . .88T

Tin:

48. do block, pig, and slab do .. 1.992

49. do plates per ad valorem 10 per cent.

450. Wax, paraffin per 100 catties. . .544

fcL Woolen and worsted yarns, plain or dyed do 9.189



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Woolen and worsted tissues, pure, or mixed with other material : Yen. Sen.

58. do alpacas per sq. yard.. .075

53. do blanketing and whipped blankets in plain weave per 100 catties. . 7.458

54. do buntings per sq. yard.. .031

56. Woolen cloth :

a. Wholly of woolen or worsted yarn, or of woolen and worsted yarns, such as broad,

narrow, and army cloth, cassimeres, tweeds, and worsted coatings, .per sq. yard. . .096

b. In part of woolen or worsted yarn, and in part of cotton yarn, such as pilot, presi-

dent, and union cloth per sq. yard. . .030

56. Woolen flannels do .. .044

57. do Italian cloth do .. .029

68. do long-ells do .. .036

50. do mousseline de lalne do .081

60. Woolen serges:

a. Where the warp is worsted and the weft woolen do .056

o. All other kinds per ad valorem 10 per cent.

61. Woolen, all other sorts, pure, or mixed with other material,

the wool, however, predominating in weight, not specially

provided for in this tariff do do

Note.— It is expressly understood that ready-made clothing and other made-up arti-
cles are not included under the heading of ** Woolen and Worsted Tissues."

62. Yarns, all sorts, not specially provided for in this tariff per ad valorem 10 per cent.

Zinc:

63. do block, pig, and slab per 100 catties.. .451

64. do sheet do .. .928

Rule for CaijCui»attng Ad Valorem Duties.

Import duties payable ad valorem under this tariff shall be calculated on the actual price of
the articles at the place of purchase, production, or fabrication, with the addition of the cost of in-
surance and transportation from the place of purchase, production, or fabrication to the port of
discharge, as well as commission, if any exists.



Conventional Tariff with France.



Ad Valorem.
Per Cent.

1. Aniline dyes 10

2. Turkey-red cambrics and dyed shirt-

ings 10

3. Bar and rod iron 7fc&



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