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1532(a) Gloves made wholly or in chief

value of leather, whether wholly
or partly manufactured, the
lengths stated in each case being
the extreme length (including
the unfolded length of cuffs or
other appendages) 25 when

stretched to their fullest extent:
Men's-

Not over 12 inches in length... $6 per dozen pairs. $5 per dozen pairs.
For each inch or fraction there- 50 cents per dozen 50 cents per dozen
of 26 in excess of 12 inches.

pairs in addition. pairs in addition,
"Glacé" finish, Schmaschen (of

sheep origin)-
Not over 14 inches in length..

$1 per dozen pairs. For each inch in excess of 14

25 cents per dozen inches.

pairs in addition, Not specially provided for...

$2.50 per dozen

pairs.
Women's and children's
Not over 12 inches in length... $5.50 per dozen $4 per dozen pairs.

pairs.
For each inch or fraction there. 50 cents per dozen 50 cents per dozen
of in excess of 12 inches.

pairs in addition. pairs in addition.
Glacé". finish, Schmaschen

(of sheep origin)-
Not over 14 inches in length..

$1 per dozen pairs. For each inch in excess of 14

25 cents per dozen inches.

pairs in addition, All other Not over 14 inches in length..

$2 per dozen pairs. For each inch in excess of 14

25 cents per dozen inches.

pairs in addition. In addition thereto, on all the

foregoing there shall be paid
each of the following cumula-

tive duties-
When machine seamed, other- $1 per dozen pairs.

25 cents per dozen wise than overseamed. 12

pairs.27 When seamed by hand 12. $5 per dozen pairs.

25 cents per dozen

pairs.27
When lined with
Cotton 28

$3.50 per dozen $2.40 per dozen 25 cents per dozen
pairs.
pairs.

pairs.
Wool..

$3.50 per

dozen $2.40 per dozen 50 cents per dozen pairs. pairs.

pairs. Silk

$3.50 per dozen

$2.40 per

dozen 50 cents per dozen pairs. pairs.

pairs. Other fabrics 29

$3.50 per dozen

pairs. Leather $5 per dozen pairs. $4 per dozen pairs. 50 cents per dozen

pairs. Fur.

$5 per dozen pairs - $4 per dozen pairs. $2 per dozen pairs. Knitted glove..

50 cents per dozen

pairs.
When trimmed with fur 12 $4 per dozen pairs.
When embroidered or embel-

40 cents per dozen 25 cents per dozen lished.

pairs.

pairs.27
All the foregoing shall be dutiable Not less than 50 Not less than 50 (30).
at.

nor more than

70 per cent. Glove tranks, with or without the (31)..

(31).

(31
usual accompanying pieces.
1532(b) Gloves wholly or in chief value of

leather, whether wholly or
partly manufactured, made

from:
Horsehides.

25 per cent.
25 per cent.

Free.
Cowhides (except calfskins). 25 per cent.

Free.

Free.
Pigskins..

(32).
25 per cent.

Free.
12 See footnote on p. 139.
25 “Including the unfolded length of cuffs or other appendages" added by act of 1930.
26 “ Or fraction thereof” added by act cf 1930.
27 Pique and prixseam gloves.
28 “Or other vegetable fiber" in act of 1913.
29 “ Other fabrics” added by act of 1930.
30 No limitaticn as to minimum cr maximum ad valorem rete.
31 75 per cent of the duty picvided for the gloves in the fabrication of which they are suitable.
32 Dutiable at various rates provided for men's, women's, and children's gloves.

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1533 Catgut, whip gut, oriental gut. 40 per cent.

40 per cent.

Free.
Manufactures thereof, and man- 40 per cent.

40 per cent.

20 per cent. ufactures of worm gut, not

specially provided for 33
1534 Gas, kerosene, or alcohol mantles, 40 per cent. 40 per cent.

25 per cent.
and mantles not specially pro-
vided for, treated with chemicals
or metallic oxides, wholly or

partly manufactured.
1535 Artificial flies,34 snelled hooks, 55 per cent 34 -

45 per cent 34

30 per cent.34 leaders or casts,35 finished or

unfinished.
Fishing rods and reels, and parts 55 per cent. 45 per cent. 30 per cent.

thereof, finished or unfinished,

not specially provided for.
Fish hooks, artificial baits, and all 45 per cent.. 45 per cent. 30 per cent.

other fishing tackle and parts
thereof, fly books, fly boxes, fish-
ing baskets or creels, finished or
unfinished,36 not specially pro-

vided for, except fishing lines,

fishing nets, and seines. 1536 Candles 12

2742 per cent. Wax.

20 per cent 37

10 per cent.37 Other.

20 per cent 38

15 per cent.38 Manufactures of amber, bladders, 20 per cent.

20 per cent.

10 per cent.
or wax, or of which these sub-
stances or any of them is the
component material of chief

value, not specially provided for. 1537(a) Manufactures of bone, chip, grass,39

sea grass,40 horn, quills, palm
leaf, straw,39 weeds, or whale-
bone, or of which these sub-
stances or any of them is the
component material of chief

value, n. s. p. f.:
Bone, chip, horn, quills, whale- 25 per cent.

25 per cent.

20 per cent.
bone.
Grass, 39 straw,39.weeds

25 per cent.
25 per cent.

25 per cent.
Sea grass 40

25 per cent.

20 per cent 11 15 per cent. 41 Palm leaf.

25 per cent.
25 per cent.

15 per cent.
Manufactures of chip roping 12 25 per cent.

25 per cent.

20 per cent. 1537(b) Manufactures of india rubber or

gutta-percha, or of which these
substances or either of them is the >25 per cent.. 25 per cent..

$10 per cent.42 component material of chief val

115 per cent.43 ue, n. s. p. f. Automobile, motor cycle, and bi- 10 per cent..

10 per cent.

10 per cent. 42 cycle tires composed wholly or in

chief value of rubber.
Molded insulators and insulating 30 per cent. 30 per cent.

10 per cent.12
materiais, wholly or partly manu-
factured, composed wholly or in
chief value of rubber or gutta-

percha.
Manufactures composed wholly or 35 per cent.

35 per cent.

25 per cent.
in chief value of india rubber
known as “hard rubber,'' n.s. p. f.,

finished or unfinished.
12 See footnote on p. 139.
33 “Not specially provided for” added in act of 1930.

34 Provided, That any prohibition of the importation of feathers in this Act shall not be construed as applying to artificial flies used for fishing (act of 1913] (or to feathers used for the manufacture of such flies (added in act of 1922 and continued in act of 1930]).

35 “Leaders or casts” added in act of 1922.
36 “Fly books, fly boxes, fishing baskets or creels” added in act of 1922.
27 Manufactures of wax, not specially provided for.
38 Unenumerated manufactured articles.

3The terms “grass” and “straw" shall be understood to mean these substances in their natural state and not the separated fiber thereof.

40 “ Sea grass” added by act of 1930.
41 Unenumorated manufactured articles.
42 Manufactures of iadia rubber or gutta-percha, n s. p. f.
43 Commonly kaown as druggists' sundries.

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1537(c) Combs of whatever material com

posed, except combs wholly of
metal, n. s. p. f.--
If valued at $4.50 or less per gross. - 1 cent each an 25

per cent.
If valued at more than $4.50 per 2 cents each and 35

50 per cent 44

25 per cent.44 gross.

per cent. 1538 Manufactures of ivory or vegetable 35 per cent.

35 per cent.

35 per cent.
ivory, or of which either of these
substances is the component

material of chief value, n. s. p. f.
Manufactures of mother-of-pearl or 35 per cent.

35 per cent.. 25 per cent.
shell, or of which these substances
or either of them is the component

material of chief value, n.s. p.f.
Shells and pieces of shells engraved, 35 per cent.

35 per cent.

25 per cent. cut, ornamented, or otherwise

manufactured.
1539(a) Electrical insulators and other 30 per cent.. 30 per cent.

(45).
articles, wholly or partly manu-
factured, composed wholly or in
chief value of shellac or copal,16

n. s. p. f.
1539(b) Laminated products (whether or

not provided for elsewhere in
this Act) of which any synthetic
resin or resin-like substance is

the chief binding agent: 12
In sheets or plates..
25 cents per lb. (45).

(45).
and 30 per cent.
In rods, tubes, blocks, strips, 50 cents per lb. (45).

(45).
blanks, or other forms.

and 40 per cent.
Manufactures wholly or in chief 50 cents per lb. (45).

(45).
value of any of the foregoing, or and 40 per cent.
of any other product of which
any synthetic resin or resin-like
substance is the chief binding

agent.
1540 Moss and sea grass, eelgrass, and

10 per cent..
10 per cent.

10 per cent.
seaweeds, if manufactured

dyed.
1541(a) | Musical instruments and parts 40 per cent. 40 per cent.. 35 per cent.

thereof, n. s. p. f., pianoforte or
player-piano actions and parts
thereof, pitch pipes, tuning
forks, tuning hammers, and

metronomes, all the foregoing.
Violin bow hair 12

40 per cent.
Free.

Free.
Pipo organs or pipe-organ player 60 per cent 47 40 per cent..

35 per cent.
actions and parts thereof.12
Cases for musical instruments. 50 per cent.

40 per cent.

35 per cent.
Chin rests for violins 12

40 per cent.
40 per cent.

35 per cent.
Bridges for fretted stringed in- 50 per cent.

40 per cent.

35 per cent.
struments, n. s. p. f.12
Strings for musical instruments,

composed wholly or in part

of-
Catgut, other gut, oriental gut. 40 per cent.

40 per cent

20 per cent.18
Metal 49

40 per cent.
40 per cent.

35 per cent.
Tuning pins.

$1 per 1,000 and 35 $1 per 1,000 and 35 35 per cent.
per cent.

per cent. 12 See footnote on p. 139.

44 Combs composed wholly of horn or of horn and metal. Other combs, n. s. p. f., dutiable according to component material of chief value.

45 No corresponding classification. Dutiable according to component material of chief value or according to the nature and description of the article.

43 “ Or synthetic phenolic resin” in act of 1922.

47 Provided, That for pipe organs or pipe-organ player actions and parts thereof especially designed and constructed for installation and use in a particular church, or in a particular public auditorium at which it is not customary to charge an admission fee, which are imported for that specific use, and which are so installed and used within 1 year from the date of importation, the rate of duty shall be 40 per centum ad valorem; and the Secretary of the Treasury is authorized to make all needful rules and regulations for carrying out the provisions of this clause. 48 Manufactures of catgut, or whip gut, or worm gut, including strings for musical instruments. 49 “ Steel or other metal” in acts of 1913 and 1922.

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1541(b) Violins, violas, violoncellos, and

double basses, of all sizes,

made after the year 1800: 50
Wholly or partly manufactured $1.25 each and 35 $1 ach

35 per cent.
or assembled.

per cent.

cent.
Unassembled parts.

40 per cent.
40 per cent.

35 per cent. 1541(c) Carillons, and parts thereof 12. 20 per cent.

40 per cent.

35 per cent. 1542 | Phonographs, gramophones, graph- | 30 per cent. 30 per cent.

25 per cent.
ophones, dictophones, 51 and simi-
lar articles, and parts thereof,

n. s. p. f.
Needles for phonographs, gramo- 8 cents per 1,000 45 per cent.... 25 per cent.

phones, graphophones, dicto- and 45 per cent.

phones, 51 and similar articles. 1543

Rolls:
Calender rolls or bowls made 35 per cent.

35 per cent.. (6).
wholly or in chief value of cot-
ton, paper, husk, wool, or mix-
tures thereof, or stone of any
nature, compressed between
and held together by iron or
steel heads or washers fastened
to iron or steel mandrels or
cores, suitable for use in calen-
dering, embossing, mangling,

or pressing operations.
1544 Rosaries, chaplets, and similar arti-

cles of religious devotion, of
whatever material composed
(except is made in whole or in
part of gold, silver, platinum,
gold plate, silver plate, or pre-
cious or imitation precious

stones):
Valued at not more than $1.25 15 per cent... 15 per cent.. (52).

per dozen.
Valued at more than $1.25 per 30 per cent... 30 per cent.

(52).
dozen.
Any of the foregoing if made in 50 per cent.

50 per cent

(52).
whole or in part of gold, silver,
platinum, gold plate,' silver
plate, or precious or imitation

precious stones. 1545 Sponges:

Commercially known as sheeps- 30 per cent....

wool.
Commercially known as yellow, 25 per cent.

}15 per cent

s10 per cent.53 grass, or velvet.

(15 per cent.54
All other sponges, not specially 15 per cent.

provided for.
Manufactures of sponges, or of 25 per cent.. 25 per cent..

15 per cent.
which sponge is the component
material of chief value, not spe-

cially provided for. 1546 Violin rosin 55

15 per cent... 15 per cent... 10 per cent. 1547(a) Works of art, not specially provided

for, including-
(1) Paintings in oil or water colors, 20 per cent.. 20 per cent.

15 per cent.
pastels, pen and ink drawings,
and copies, replicas, or repro-

ductions of any of the same.
(2) Statuary, sculptures, or copies, 20 per cent.

20 per cent.

15 per cent.
replicas, or reproductions there-
of, valued at not less than

$2.50.56
(3) Etchings and engravings.... 20 per cent.

20 per cent.

15 per cent. 6 See footnote on p. 139. 12 See footnote on p. 139. 50 “Made after the year 1800” added by act of 1930. 51 “ Dictophones” added by the act of 1930.

52 Dutiable according to component material of chief value or as articles "designed to be worn on apparel or carried on or about or attached to the person.'

53 Trimmed or untrimmed but not advanced in value by chemical processes.
54 Bleached sponges and sponges advanced in value by processes involving chemical operations.
55“ In boxes or cases or otherwise" in act of 1913.

56 “Valued at not less than $2.50” added by act of 1930; statuary, sculptures, etc., valued less than $2.50 dutiable according to material of chief value.

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or

per cent.

1547(b) Paintings in oil, mineral, water, or 20 per cent. (67)

(57).
other colors, pastels, and draw-
ings and sketches in pen and ink,
pencil, or water color, any of the
foregoing (whether or not works
of art) suitable as designs for use
in the manufacture of textiles,
floor coverings, wall paper, or

wall coverings.12
1548
Peat moss.

50 cents per ton... 50 cents per ton... 50 cents per ton. 1549(a) Pencils of paper, wood, or other 50 cents per gross

45 cents per gross 36 cents per gross.68
material not metal, filled with and 30 per cent. and 25 per cent.
lead or other material, pencils of

lead, n. s. p. f.
Crayons (including chalk crayons

(45 cents per gross
and charcoal crayons or fusains),
50 cents per gross

15 per cent.

and 25 per cent.

and 30 per cent.
not specially provided for.

125
per cent.60

25 per cent.60
Pencil point protectors, and clips, 25 cents per gross. 25 cents per gross.-- (01).

whether separate or attached to

pencils.
Pencils stamped with names other 50 cents per gross

50 cents per gross 36 cents per gross.58
than the manufacturers' or the and 25 per cent. and 25 per cent.
manufacturers' trade name

trade-mark.
Slate pencils, not in wood 62.

25 per cent.
25 per cent.

25 per cent. 1549(b) Black leads for pencils, not in wood 6 cents per gross. - 6 cents per gross..- 10 per cent.

or other material.62
Black leads exceeding %100 of 1 6 cents per gross... 40 per cent.

10 per cent.
inch in diameter. 12
Leads, commonly known as refills, 10 cents per gross 63 10 cents per gross 63

10 per cent.
black, colored, or indelible.
Colored or crayon leads, copy or 40 per cent. 40 per cent.

10
indelible leads, n. s. p. f.
1550(a) Penholder tips, penholders and 25 cents per gross

25 cents per gross

25 per cent. parts thereof.

and 20 per cent. and 20 per cent.
Gold pens.---

25 cents per gross
25 cents per gross

25 per cent.
and 20 per cent. and 20 per cent.
Combination penholders 64 com-

25 cents per gross
25 cents per gross

25 per cent.
prising penholders, pencil, rub- and 20 per cent. and 20 per cent.
ber eraser, automatic stamp, or

other attachments.
1550(b) Fountain pens, fountain-pen hold- 72 cents per dozen 72 cents per dozen

25 per cent. ers, stylographic pens, and parts and 40 per cent. and 40 per cent.

thereof.85.68 1550 (c) Mechanical pencils:

145 cents per gross Made of base metal and not

(52).

and 20 per cent.
plated with gold, silver, or 145 cents per gross
platinum.

and 40 per cent.

45 cents per gross (52). Not specifically provided for..

and 25 per cent. 1551 Photographic cameras and parts | 20 per cent 67 20 per cent.

15 per cent.
thereof, n. s. p. f.
Photographic dry plates, n. s.p.f...

15 per cent.

15 per cent, Photographic films, sensitized but 25 per cent.

410 cent per linear Free.
not exposed or developed, of every

foot.66
kind except motion-picture films
having a width of 1 inch or

more. 12
12 See footnote on p. 139.
52 See footnote on p. 158.
67 Free or dutiable, depending on nature of the article or the component material of chief value.
88 But not less than 25 per cent.
89 “Chalk crayons" added by act of 1930.
80 Manufactures of chalk, not specially provided for.
61 Dutiable according to component material of chief value.

62 "Not in wood” added in act of 1922; pencil leads "not in wood or other material” in acts of 1913 and 1922.

83 Not exceeding 6100 of 1 inch in diameter and not exceeding 2 inches in length, and longer leads shall pay in proportion in addition thereto.

61 Provided, That pens and penholders shall be assessed for duty separately. 65 "Fountain-pen holders” and “parts thereof” added by act of 1922.

68 Provided, That the value of the cartons and fillers shall be included in the dutiable value. (Acts of 1922 and 1930.)

67 Provided, That if the photographic lens is the component of chief value of the camera or of the part in which it is imported, such camera or part, including the photographic lens, shall be dutiable at the rate applicable to such photographic lens when imported separately.

*88 of the stan lar) width of 138 inches, and all other widths of 1 inch or more shall be subject to duty in equal proportion thereto.

20 per

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