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Fir? On cotton unmanufactured, a duty of three cents per Cotton unman za pound.

Second. On all manufactures of cotton, or of which cotton shall be a component part, not otherwise specified, a duty of thirty per. centum ad valorem, excepting such cotton twist, yarn, and thread, and such other articles as are herein provided for : Provided, That all manufactures of cotton or of which cotton shall be a component part, not dyed, colored, printed, or stained, not exceeding in value iwenty cents per square yard, shall be valued at twenty cents per square yard; and if dyed, colored, printed, or stained, in whole or in part, not exceeding in value thirty cents the square yard, shall be valued at thirty cents per square yard, excepting velvets, cords, moleskins, fustians, buffalo cloths, or goods manufactured by napping or raising, cutting or shearing, not exceeding in value thirty-five cents the square yard, shall be valued at thirty-five cents per square yard, and duty be paid thereon accordingly.

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Third. All cotton twist, yarn, and thread, unbleached and uncolored, the true value of which at the place whence im- yarn, and thread. ported shall be less than sixty cents per pound, shall be valued at sixty cents per pound, and shall be charged with a duty of twenty-five per centum ad valorem; all bleached or colored cotton twist, yarn, and thread, the true value of which at the place whence imported shall be less than seventy-five cents per pound, shall be valued at seventy-five cents per pound, and pay a duty of twenty-five per centum ad valorem; all other cotton twist, yarn, and thread, on spools or otherwise, shall pay a duty of thirty per centum ad valorem.

Sec. 3. And be it further enacted, That from and after the passage of this act, there shall be levied, collected, and paid, on the importation of the articles hereinafter mentioned, the following duties; that is to say:

First. On all manufactures of silk not otherwise specified, Manufactures * except bolting cloths, two dollars and fifty cents per pound of sixteen ounces; on silk bolting cloths, twenty per centum ad valorem: Provided, That if any silk manufacture shall be mixed with gold or silver, or other metal, it shall pay a duty of thirty per centum ad valorem.

Second. On sewing silk, silk twist, or twist composed of. silk and mohair, a duty of two dollars per pound of sixteen ounces ; on pongees and plain white silks for printing or coloring, one dollar and fifty cents per pound of sixteen ounces ; on tloss and other similar silks, purified from the gum, dyed, and prepared for manufacture, a duty of twenty-five per centum ad valorem; on raw silk, comprehending all silks in the gum, whether in hanks, reeled, or otherwise, a duty of fifty cents per pound of sixteen ounces; on silk umbrellas, parasols, and sunshades, thirty per centum ad volorem; on silk or satin shoes and slippers, for women or men, thirty cents per pair ; silk or satin laced boots or bootees, for women or men, seventy-five cents a pair ; silk or satin shoes or slippers, for children, fifteen cents per pair; silk or satin laced boots or bootees, for

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children twenty five cents a pair ; on men's silk hats, one dollar each; silk or satin hats or bonnets for women, two chllars each ; on silk shirts and drawers, whether made up whoily or in part, forty per centum ad valorem; silk caps for women, and turbans, ornaments for head dress, aprons, collars, caps, cuffs, braids, curls, or frizettes, chemisettes, mantillas, pellerines, and all other articles of silk made up by hand in whole or in part, and not otherwise provided for, a duty of thirty per centum ad valorem.

Third. On unmanufactured hemp, forty dollars per ton ; Hemp, flax, &c., manufactured and on Manilla, Sunn, and other hemps of India, on jute, Sisal

grass, coir and other vegetable substances, not enumerated, used for cordage, twenty-five dollars per ton; on codilla, or tow of hemp or flax, twenty dollars per ton; on tarred cables and cordage, five cents per pound; on untarred cordage, four and a half cents per pound, yarns, twine, and packthread, six cents per pound ; on seines, seven cents per pound; on cotton bagging, four cents per square yard, on any other manufacture not otherwise specified, suitable for the uses to which cotton bagging is applied, whether composed in whole or in part of hemp or flax, or any other material, or imported under the designation of gunny cloth, or any other appellation, and without regard to the weight or width, a duty of five cents per square yard ; on sail duck, seven cents per square yard; Russia and other sheetings, brown and white, twenty-five per centum ad valorem; and on all other manufactures of hemp, or of which hemp shall be a component part, not specified, twenty per centum ad valorem ; on unmanufactured flax, twenty dollars per ton ; on linens, and all other manufactures of flax, or of which flax shall be a component part, not otherwise specified a duty of twenty-five per centum ad valorem; on grass cloth, a duty of twenty-five per centum ad valorem.

Fourth. On stamped, printed, or painted floor oil cloth, thirty-five cents per square yard; on furniture oil cloth made on Canton or cotton flannel, sixteen cents per square yard; on other furniture oil cloth, ten cents per square yard; on oil cloth of linen, silk, or other materials, used for hat covers, aprons, coach curtains, or similar purposes, and on medicated oil cloths, a duty of twelve and a half cents per square yard ;

on Chinese or other floor matting, made of flags, jute, or grass, hauins

on all floor mattings not otherwise specified, and on mats, of whatever materials composed, twenty-five per centum ad valorem.

SEC. 4. And be it further enacted, That, from and after the passage of this act, there shall be levied, collected, and paid, on the importation of the articles hereinafter mentioned, the following duties, that is to say:

First. On iron in bars or bolts, not manufactured in whole Hien in ba.. or or in part by rolling, seventeen dollars per ton; on bar or bolt Waits, ke.

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per ton: Provided, That all jron in slabs, blooms, loops, or other form, less finished than iron in bars or bolts, and more advanced than pig iron, except castings, shall be rated as iron in bars or bolts, and pay a duty accordingly : Provided, also, That iron imported prior to the third day of March, eighteen Iron importe

prior to 3d March hundred and forty-three, in bars or otherwise, for railways or 18 inclined planes, shall be entitled to the benefits of the provi- or inclined plane sions of existing laws, exempting it from the payment of duty on proof of its having been actually and permanently laid down for use on any railway or inclined plane prior to the third day of March, eighteen hundred and forty-three, and all such iron imported from and after the date aforesaid, shall be subject to and pay the duty on rolled iron.

Second. On iron in pigs, nine dollars per ton ; on vessels of Iron in pigs. cast iron, not otherwise specified, one cent and a half per pound ; on all other castings of iron, not otherwise specified,

Iron castings: one cent per pound; on glazed or tin hollow ware and castings, sad irons or smoothing irons, hatters and tailors' pressing irons, and cast iron butts or hinges, two and a half cents per pound; on iron or steel wire, not exceeding No. 14, five Wire cents per pound; and over No. 14, and not exceeding No. 25, eight cents per pound; over No. 25, eleven cents per pound; silvered or plated wire, thirty per centum ad valorem ; brass or copper wire, twenty-five per centum ad valorem ; cap or bonnet wire, covered with silk, twelve cents per pound; when covered with cotton thread or other material, eight cents per pound; on round or square iron, or braziers' rods, of three sixteenths, to ten sixteenths of an inch in diameter, inclusive, Various other and on iron in nail or spike rods, or nail plates, slit, rolled, or manufactures a hammered, and on iron in sheets, except taggers' iron, and on hoop iron, and on iron slit, rolled or hammered for band iron, scroll iron, or casement rods, iron cables or chains, or parts thereof, manufactured in whole or in part, of whatever diameter, the links being of the form peculiar to chains for cables, two and a half cents per pound; on all other chains of iron, not otherwise specified, the links being either twisted or straight, and, when straight, of greater length than those used in chains for cables, thirty per centum ad valorem ; on anchors or parts of anchors, manufactured in whole or in part, anvils, blacksmiths' hammers and sledges, two and a half cents per pound; on cut or wrought iron spikes, three cents per pound; and on cut iron nails, three cents per pound; and on wrought iron nails, on axletrees, or parts thereof, mill irons and mill cranks of wrought iron, or wrought iron for ships, locomotives, and steam engines, or iron chains other than chain cables, and on malleable iron or castings, four cents per pound; on steam, gas, or water tubes or pipes, made of band or rolled iron, five cents per pound; on mill saws, cross-cut saws, and pit-saws, one dollar each; on tacks, brads, and sprigs, not exceeding sixteen ounces to the thousand, five cents per thousand; exceeding sixteen ounces to the thousand, five cents per pound; on taggers' iron, five per centum ad valorem : Provided, That all

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articles partially manufactured, not otherwise provided for, shall pay the same rate of duty as if wholly manufactured : And provided, also, That no articles manufactared froni steel, sheet, rod, hoop, or other kinds of iron, shall pay a less rate of duty than is chargeable on the material of which it is composed, in whole or in part, paying the highest rate of duty either by weight or value, and a duty of fifteen per centum ad

valorem on the cost of the article added thereto. Old or scrap iron. Third. On all old or scrap iron, ten dollars per ton : Pro

vided, That nothing shall be deemed old iron that has not been in actual use, and fit only to be remanufactured ; and all pieces of iron, except old, of more than six inches in length, or of sufficient length to be made into spikes and bolts, shall be rated as bar, bolt, rod, or hoop iron, as the case may be, and pay duty accordingly: Provided, also, That all vessels of cast iron, and all castings of iron not rough as from the mould, but partially manufactured after the casting, or with handles, rings, hoops, or other additions of wrought iron, shall pay the same rates of duty herein imposed on all other manufactures of wrought iron not herein enumerated, if that shall amount to more than the duty on castings.

Fourth. On muskets, one dollar and fifty cents per stand ; vare, &c. rifles, two dollars and fifty cents each; on axes, adzes, hatch

ets, plane irons, socket chisels and vices, drawing knives, cutting knives, sickles or reaping hooks, scythes, spades, shovels, squares of iron or steel, plated or polished steel saddlery and brass saddlery, coach and harness furniture of all descriptions, steelyards and scale beams, and all fire arms other than muskets and rifles, and all side arms, thirty per centum ad valorem;

on square wire, used for the manufacture of stretchers for umUmbrella wire. brellas, when cut in pieces not exceeding the length suitable

therefor, twelve and a half per centum ad valorem.

Fifth. On screws made of iron called wood screws, twelve cents per pound; and on all other screws of iron not specified, thirty per centum ad valorem"; on brass screws thirty cents per pound; on sheet and rolled brass, a duty of thirty per centum ad valorem; on brass battery, or hammered kettles, twelve cents per pound.

Sixth. On cast, shear, and German steel in bars, one dollar and fifty cents per one hundred and twelve pounds; and on all other steel in bars, two dollars and fifty cents per one hundred and twelve pounds; on solid headed pins, and all other package pins, not exceeding five thousand to the pack of twelve papers, forty cents per pack, and in the same proportion for a greater or less quantity; on pound pins, twenty cents per pound; on sewing, tambouring, darning, netting, and knitting, and all other kinds of needles, a duty of twenty per centum ad valorem; on common, tinned, and japanned saddlery, of all descriptions, twenty per centum ad valorem.

Seventh. On japanned ware of all kinds, or papier mache, Various manu- and plated and gilt wares of all kinds, and on cutlery of all actures of metals. kinds, and all other manufactures, not otherwise specified,

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made of brass, iron, steel, lead, copper, pewter, or tin, or of
which either of these metals is a component material, thirty
per centum ad valorem : Provided, That all manufactures of
iron and steel, or other metals, partly finished, shall pay the
same rates of duty as if entirely finished.

Eighth. On lead in pigs and bars, three cents per pound; Lead.
on old and scrap lead, one cent and a half per pound ; leaden
pipes, leaden shot, and lead in sheets, or in any other form not
herein specified, four cents per pound; on type metal and ste-
reotype plates, twenty-five per centum ad valorem ; types
whether new or old, twenty-five per centum ad valorem ; on
copper bottoms cut round, and copper bottoms raised at the
edge, and still bottoms cut round and turned up on the edge,
and parts thereof, and on copper plates or sheets weighing
more than thirty-four ounces per square foot, commonly called
braziers' copper, thirty per centum ad valorem ; on copper rods
and bolts, nails and spikes, four cents per pound; and on pa-
tent sheathing metal composed in part of copper, two cents per
pound.

Ninth. On tin, in pigs, bars, or blocks, one per centum ad Tin, silver plated
valorem; tin in plates or sheets, terne plates, taggers' tin, and metal, &c.
tin foil, two and a half per centum ad valorem; on silver plated
metal in sheets, and on argentine, alabata, or German silver, in
sheets or otherwise, unmanufactured, thirty per centum ad valo-
rem; on manufactures of German silver, bell metal, zinc, and
bronze, thirty per centum ad valorem; on zinc in sheets, ten
per centum ad valorem; Provided, That old bells, or parts
thereof, fit only to be remanufactured, shall not be considered
manufactures of bell metal, but shall be admitted free of duty;
on bronze powder, bronze liquor, iron liquor, red liquor, and
seppia, twenty per centum ad valorem.

Tenth. On coal, one dollar and seventy-five cents per ton; Coal, &e. on coke or culm of coal, five cents per

bushel. Sec. 5. And be it further enacted, That, from and after the passage of this act, there shall be levied, collected, and paid, on the importation of the articles hereinafter mentioned, the following duties; that is to say:

First. On all vessels or wares, articles, and manufactures of Cut glass, cut glass, when the cutting on the article does not exceed onethird the height or length thereof, a duty of twenty-five cents per pound; when the cutting exceeds one-third the height or length, but does not exceed one-half the same, a duty of thirtyfive cents per pound; when the cutting extends to or exceeds one-half the height or length thereof, a duty of forty-five cents per pound; on cut glass chandeliers, candlesticks, lustres, lenses, lamps, prisms and parts of the same, and on all drops, icicles, spangles, and ornaments used for mountings, a duty of fortyfive cents per pound; on articles of plain, moulded, or pressed Moulded or press glass, weighing over eight ounces, a duty of ten cents per pound; on articles of plain, moulded, or pressed glass, weighing eight ounces or under, except tumblers, a duty of twelve cents per pound; on plain, moulded, or pressed tumblers, ten cents

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