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RESOLUTIONS.

[No. 1.) Joint Resolution Making appropriations for the pay- May, 8, 1911, ment of certain expenses incident to the first session of the Sixty- (H. J. Res. 2.) second Congress.

[Pub. Res.,

No. 1. (Stationery for Resident Commissioner. See p. 262.) 37 stat. ...

L. pt. 1, p. 35.

[No. 2.) Joint Resolution Making immediately available the May 8, 1911. appropriations for mileage of Senators and Members of the House (H. J. Res. 3.) of Representatives.

[Pub. Res.,

No. 2.) (Expenses of Resident Commissioner. See p. 262.) 37 Stat. L.,

pt. 1, p. 36.

(No. 3.) Joint Resolution To pay Members, Delegates, and Dec. 21, 1911. Resident Commissioners, their allowance for clerk hire for De- [H. J. Res.

189.] cember, nineteen hundred and eleven, on the twenty-first day of that month.

(Pub. Res.,

No. 15.) (Pay and clerk hire for Resident Commissioner. See 37 Stat ...

. L. pt. 1, p. 628.

p. 262.)

[No. 21.) Joint Resolution Making appropriations to supply May 30, 1912.

[H. J. Res. deficiencies in the appropriations for contingent expenses of the

319.] Senate and House of Representatives for the fiscal year nineteen

(Pub. Res., hundred and twelve, and for other purposes.

No. 32.]

37 StatLes (Stationery for Resident Commissioner. See p. 263.) pt.1, ps.taza.

634

[No. 29.) Joint Resolution Extending appropriations for the July 1, 1912. necessary operations of the Government under certain con

[H. J. Res.

331.] tingencies.

(Pub. Res., (See p. 264.)

No. 40.) 37 Stat. L., pt. 1, p. 638.

[No. 37.) Joint Resolution To continue the provisions of a joint Aug 1, 1912.

(H. J. Res. resolution approved July first, nineteen hundred and twelve, en

344.] titled “Joint resolution extending appropriations for the neces

[Pub. Res., sary operations of the Government under certain contingencies."

No. 46.]

37 Stat. L., (See p. 265.)

pt. 1, p. 640.

(No. 44.) Joint Resolution To further continue the provisions Aug; 15, 1912.

[H. J. Res. of a joint resolution approved July first, nineteen hundred and

356.] twelve, entitled “Joint resolution extending appropriations for

[Pub. Res., the necessary operations of the Government under certain con

No. 51.] tingencies."

37 Stat. L.,

pt. 1, p. 642. (See p. 265.)

p.

[No. 51.) Joint Resolution.

Aug. 24, 1912. (H. J. Res.

360.) (Pay for clerk hire for month of August. See p. 266.)

[Pub. Res.,

No. 58.] 37 Stat. L., pt. 1, p. 644.

LEGISLATION APPLICABLE TO NON

CONTIGUOUS TERRITORY OF THE
UNITED STATES AND TO CUBA.

SIXTY-SECOND CONGRESS, FIRST SESSION.

CHAP. 2.-An Act To supply a deficiency in the appropriations July 21, 1911. for contingent expenses of the House of Representatives for the [H. R. 12109.) fiscal year nineteen hundred and eleven, and for other purposes.

(Public, No. 2.]

37 Stat. L., Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representa- pt. 1, p. 1. tives of the United States of America in Congress assembled, That there is hereby appropriated, out of any clergent demoney in the Treasury not otherwise appropriated, the propriations: . following sums, to supply urgent deficiencies in appropriations for the fiscal year nineteen hundred and eleven, and for other purposes, namely:

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Stationery.

For stationery for

Delegates from Territories, and Resident Commissioners,

one thousand dollars.

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37 Stat. L.,

Canada.

CHAP. 3.-An Act To promote reciprocal trade relations with July 26, 1911. the Dominion of Canada, and for other purposes.

(H. R. 4412.] Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representa- [Publistao. 3.1 tives of the United States of America in Congress assem- pt. 1, p. 4. bled, That there shall be levied, collected, and paid upon Canadian rethe articles hereinafter enumerated, the growth, product Cipraties on or manufacture of the Dominion of Canada, when im- imports from ported therefrom into the United States or any of its possessions (except the Philippine Islands and the islands of Guam and Tutuila), in lieu of the duties now levied, collected, and paid, the following duties, namely:

Fresh meats: Beef, veal, mutton, lamb, pork, and all Meats, etc. other fresh or refrigerated meats excepting game, one and one-fourth cents per pound.

Bacon and hams, not in tins or jars, one and one-fourth cents per pound.

in oil.

canned, etc.

etc.

Meats of all kinds, dried, smoked, salted, in brine, or prepared or preserved in any manner, not otherwise ħerein provided for, one and one-fourth cents per pound.

Canned meats and canned poultry, twenty per centum ad valorem.

Extract of meat, fluid or not, twenty per centum ad valorem.

Lard and compounds thereof, cottolene and cotton stearine, and animal stearine, one and one-fourth cents per pound.

Tallow, forty cents per one hundred pounds.

Egg yolk, egg albumen, and blood albumen, seven and

one-half per centum ad valorem. Fish packed

Fish (except shellfish) by whatever name known, packed in oil, in tin boxes or cans, including the weight of the package: (a) when weighing over twenty ounces and not over thirty-six ounces each, five cents per package; (b) when weighing over twelve ounces and not over twenty ounces each, four cents per package; (c) when weighing twelve ounces each or less, two cents per package; (d) when weighing thirty-six ounces each or more, or when packed in oil, in bottles, jars, or kegs, thirty per

centum ad valorem. Vegetables, Tomatoes and other vegetables, including corn, in cans

or other air-tight packages, and including the weight of

the package, one and one-fourth cents per pound. Flour, meal, Wheat flour and semolina, and rye flour, fifty cents per

barrel of one hundred and ninety-six pounds.

Oatmeal and rolled oats, including the weight of paper covering, fifty cents per one hundred pounds.

Corn meal, twelve and one-half cents per one hundred pounds.

Barley malt, forty-five cents per one hundred pounds.

Barley, pot, pearled, or patent, one-half cent per pound.

Buckwheat flour or meal, one-half cent per pound. Split peas, dried, seven and one-half cents per bushel of sixty pounds.

Prepared cereal foods, not otherwise provided for herein, seventeen and one-half per centum ad valorem.

Bran, middlings, and other offals of grain used for animal food, twelve and one-half cents per one hundred pounds.

Macaroni and vermicelli, one cent per pound. Biscuits, Biscuits, wafers, and cakes, when sweetened with cakes, etc.,

sugar, honey, molasses, or other material, twenty-five per centum ad valorem.

Biscuits, wafers, cakes, and other baked articles, composed in whole or in part of eggs or any kind of flour or meal, when combined with chocolate, nuts, fruits, or confectionery; also candied peel, candied popcorn, candied nuts, candied fruits, sugar candy, and confectionery of

all kinds, thirty-two and one-half per centum ad valorem. Maple sugar,

Maple sugar and maple sirup, one cent per pound.

sweetened.

etc.

etc.

Mineral wat

ers.

oils.

etc.

Farm ons.

wag.

Farm engines, etc.

Pickles, including pickled nuts, sauces of all kinds, Pickles, etc. and fish paste or sauce, thirty-two and one-half per centum ad valorem. Cherry, juice and prune juice, or prune wine, and Fruit juices,

, other fruit juices and fruit sirup, nonalcoholic, seventeen and one-half per centum ad valorem.

Mineral waters and imitations of natural mineral waters, in bottles or jugs, seventeen and one-half per centum ad valorem.

Essential oils, seven and one-half per centum ad Essential valorem.

Grapevines; gooseberry, raspberry, and currant bushes, Grapevines, seventeen and one-half per centum ad valorem.

Farm wagons and finished parts thereof, twenty-two and one-half per centum ad valorem. Plows, tooth and disk harrows, harvesters, reapers, Agricultural

implements. agricultural drills and planters, mowers, horserakes, cultivators; threshing machines, including windstackers, baggers, weighers, and self-feeders therefor and finished parts thereof imported for repairs of the foregoing, fifteen per centum ad valorem.

Portable engines with boilers, in combination, horsepower and traction engines for farm purposes; hay loaders, potato diggers, fodder or feed cutters, grain crushers, fanning mills, hay tedders, farm or field rollers, manure spreaders, weeders, and windmills, and finished parts thereof imported for repair of the foregoing, except shafting, twenty per centum ad valorem.

Grindstones of sandstone, not mounted, finished or not, five cents per one hundred pounds.

Freestone, granite, sandstone, limestone, and all other monumental or building stone, except marble, breccia, and onyx, unmanufactured or not dressed, hewn, or polished, twelve and one-half per centum ad valorem.

Roofing slates, fifty-five cents per one hundred square feet.

Vitrified paving blocks, not ornamented or decorated in any manner, and paving blocks of stone, seventeen and one-half per centum ad valorem.

Oxide of iron, as a color, twenty-two and one-half per Oxide of centum ad valorem.

Asbestos, further manufactured than ground; manufactures of asbestos or articles of which asbestos is the component material of chief value, including woven fabrics, wholly or in chief value of asbestos, twenty-two and one-half per centum ad valorem.

Printing ink, seventeen and one-half per centum ad Printing valorem.

Cutlery, plated or not-pocketknives, penknives, scis- Cutlery. sors and shears, knives and forks for household purposes, and table steels, twenty-seven and one-half per centum ad valorem.

Grindstones.

stone, etc.

iron.

Asbestos.

ink

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