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12 Stat. p. 187. 21. Barks of all kinds not otherwise provided for ;

22. Beeswax; (364.)

23. Brass, in pigs or bars, or when old and fit only to be remanufactured ; (309.)

24. Brazil paste;
25. Bronze liquor ;
26. Building stones; (366.)
27. Chronometers, box or ship’s, and parts thereof;
28. Corn meal;
29. Diamonds, glaziers', set or not set;

30. Dutch and bronze metal in leaf;
12 Stat. p. 188. 31. Fruit, green, ripe, or dried, not otherwise provided for;

32. Gamboge;
33. Glass plates or disks, unwrought, for optical instruments ;
34. Goldbeaters' skin ;
35. Green turtle ; (374, 7096.)
36. Grindstones, wrought or finished ; (375.)
37. Gum substitute, or burnt starch ;

38. Hair of all kinds, cleaned, but unmanufactured, not otherwise provided for ; (156, 410.)

39. Horns, horn-tips, bones, bone-tips, and teeth, manufactured ; (389.)
40. Iron liquor ; (614.)
41. Juniper berries ;
42. Lemon and lime juice;
43. Lime;
44. Manganese ;
45. Marrow and all other grease, and soap stocks and soap

stuffs

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46. Mineral kermes ;
47. Moss, Iceland;
48. Music, printed with lines, bound or unbound; (382.)
49. Oatmeal ;
50. Oils, palm, seal, and cocoa-nut ;
51. Orange and lemon peel;
52. Paintings and statuary, not otherwise provided for; (707.)
53. Paving stones ;
54. Plaster of Paris, when ground; (386.)
55. Rye flour;
56. Saffron and saffron cake;
57. Shaddock;
58. Sheathing paper;
59. Spunk;
60. Squills;

61. Teazels;
12 Stat. p. 189. 62. Vegetables, not otherwise provided for;

63. Yams. 12 Stat. p. 189. SEC. 20. From and after the day and year aforesaid there shall be

levied, collected, and paid a duty of TWENTY PEI ENTUM on the importation of the articles hereinafter mentioned and embraced in

this section, that is to say: 64. Boards, planks, staves, laths, scantling, spars, hewn and sawed timber, and timber used in building wharves; (703a., 709c.)

65. Brick, fire-brick, and roofing and paving tile, not otherwise provided for;

66. Bronze powder;
67. Burgundy pitch;
68. Burrstones, manufactured or bound up into millstones ;
69. Calomel; (367.)
70. Castorum;
71. Cowbage down;

12 Stat. p. 189.

12 Stat. p. 190.

72. Dried pulp;
73. Feather-beds ;
74. Feldspar;
75. Firewood;
76. Fish glue, or isinglass ; (377.)
77. Fish skins;
78. Glue;
79. Grapes ;

80. Hair, curled, moss, sea-weed, and all other vegetable substances used for beds or mattresses ;

81. [Hat bodies, made of wool, or of which wool is the component material of chief value;] (461, 720, 721.)

82. Hatters' plush, composed of silk and cotton, but of which cotton is the component material of chief value; (471.)

83. Lampblack;
84. Leather, tanned; (105, 298, 466.)

85. Leather, upper, of all kinds, except tanned calfskin, which shall pay twenty-five per centum ad valorem ; (105, 466.)

86. Malt;
87. Mats of cocoanut; (379.)

88. Matting, China, and other floor matting, and mats made of flags,
jute, or grass ; (380, 727.)
89. Mercurial preparations

, not otherwise provided for; (711.) 90. Medicinal roots and leaves, and all other drugs and medicines in a crude state, not otherwise provided for; (359.)

91. Metals, unmanufactured, not otherwise provided for;

92. Mineral and bituminous substances in a crude state, not otherwise provided for; (706.)

93. Musical instruments of all kinds, and strings for musical instruments of whip-gut, or catgut, and all other strings of the same material ; (383.)

94. Needles of all kinds for sewing, darning and knitting ; (479, 560.)

95. Oils, neat’s-foot and other animal oils, spermaceti, whale and other fish oil, the produce of foreign fisheries ;

Oils, * * * expressed, not otherwise provided for; (342.)
96. Osier or willow, prepared for basket-makers' use; (384.)
97. Pitch;
98. Plaster of Paris, calcined;
99. Quills; (387.)

100. Ratans and reeds, manufactured or partially manufactured ; (486.)

101. Red precipitate, Roman cement, rosin ;

102. Hyposulphate of soda, and all carbonates of soda, by whatever name designated, not otherwise provided for; (291, 292, 395.)

103. Salts, * * * and preparations of salts, not otherwise provided for; (7, 328, 423.)

104. Articles composed wholly of India-rubber, not otherwise provided for; (129, 300, 437.)

105. Skins, tanned and dressed, of all kinds ; (466, 719.)
106. Spices of all kinds, not otherwise provided for;
107. Stereotype plates ; (491.)
108. Tar;
109. Thread laces and insertings; (390.)
110. Type metal; (492.)
111. Types, new; (493.)
112. Vandyke brown;
113. Whalebone, the produce of foreign fisheries ;
114. White vitriol or sulphate of zinc;
115. Wood unmanufactured, not otherwise provided for ;

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116. (Woollen listings] (391, 720.) 12 Stat. p. 190. 117. Sec. 21. From and after the day and year aforesaid, there shail

be levied, collected, and paid on copper ore, (and diamonds, cameos, mosaics, gems, pearls, rubies, and other precious stones, when not set,) a duty (* 575) of five per centum ad valorem on the same; when set in gold, silver, or other metal, or on imitations thereof, (449) and all other jewelry, twenty-five per centum ad valorem; on hair cloth and hair seatings, and all other manufactures of hair, not otherwise provided for, twenty-five per centum

ad valorem. (462.) 12 Stat. p. 190. Sec. 22. From and after the day and year aforesaid, there shall

be levied, collected, and paid a duty of THIRTY PER CENTUM on the importation of the articles hereinafter mentioned and embraced in this section

that is to say: 12 Stat. p. 191. 118. Alabaster and spar ornaments ;

119. Fish preserved in oil; (663.)

120. Argentine, Alabatta, or German silver * * * unmanufactured ; (431.)

121. Articles embroidered with gold, silver, or other metal; (432, 720.)

122. Articles worn by men, women, or children, of whatever material composed, made up, or made wholly or in part by hand, not otherwise provided for; (433, 579, 720, 721, 724, 725, 726, 729.)

123, Asses' skins;
124. Balsams,

used

for medicinal purposes; 125. Baskets, and all other articles composed of grass, ozier, palmleaf, straw, whalebone, or willow, not otherwise provided for; (435.)

126. Benzoates;
127. Bologna sausages;

128. Bracelets, braids, chains, curls, or ringlets, composed of hair, or of which hair is a component material ; (436.)

129. Braces, suspenders, webbing, or other fabrics, composed wholly
or in part of India-rubber, not otherwise provided for; (104, 300, 437,
720, 721, 725, 726.)
130. Brooms

of all kinds ; (438.)
131. Buttons and button moulds of all kinds ; (726.)
132. Canes and sticks for walking, finished or unfinished ; (439.)

133. Capers, pickles, and sauces of all kinds, not otherwise provided for; (440, 711.)

139. Caps, hats, muffs, and tippets of fur, and all other manufactures of fur, or of which fur shall be a component material ; (441.)

135. Caps, gloves, leggins, mits, socks, stockings, wove shirts and drawers, and all similar articles made on frames, of whatever material composed, worn by men, women, or children, and not otherwise provided for; (442, 720, 721, 725.)

136. Card cases, pockets-books, shell boxes, souvenirs, and all similar articles of whatever material composed ; (443.)

137. Carriages and parts of carriages ; (444.) 138. Clocks and parts of clocks ; (445.) 139. Clothing, ready-made, and wearing apparel of every description, of whatever material composed, except wool, made up or manufactured wholly or in part by the tailor, seamstress, or manufacturer ; (446, 721, 725.)

140. Coach and harness furniture of all kinds, saddlery, coach and barness hardware, silver-plated, brass, brass-plated, or covered, common tinned, burnished, or japanned, not otherwise provided for; (447.)

141. Combs of all kinds; (448.)
142. Composition tops for tables, or other articles of furniture ; (450.)

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* This duty is in force only on copper ore. (See 676.)

143. Sweetmeats, or fruits preserved in sugar, brandy, or molasses, 12 Stat. p. 191. not otherwise provided for; (451, 711.)

144. Coral, cut or manufactured ;
145. Court-plaster ; (452.)
146. Crayons of all kinds;
147. Cutlery of all kinds ; (453, 559.)
148. Dolls

of all kinds; (454.) 149. Encaustic tiles; (455.)

150. Epaulets, galloons, laces, knots, stars, tassels, tresses, and wings gold, silver, or other metal; (456.)

151. Fans and fire-screens of every description, of whatever material composed; (457.)

152. Frames and sticks for umbrellas, parasols, and sunshades, fin- 12 Stat. p. 191 ished or unfinished; (458.)

153. Furniture, cabinet and household; (459.)
154. Hair pencils; (460.)
155. Hat bodies of cotton; (461.)
156. Human hair, cleansed or prepared for use; (410.)
157. Ink and ink powder; (463.)

158. Japanned, patent, or enamelled leather, or skins of all kinds ; (464.)

159. Japanned ware of all kinds, not otherwise provided for; (378.) 160. Jet, and manufactures of jet, and imitations thereof; (465.) 161. Maccaroni, vermicelli, gelatine, *

and all similar preparations ; (467.)

162. Manufactures, of bone, shell, horn, ivory, or vegetable ivory; (468.)

163. Manufactures, articles, vessels, and wares not otherwise provided for, of brass, copper, (gold, iron,) lead, pewter, (platina, silver) tin, or other metal,* or of which either of these metals or any other metal (618) shall be the component material of chief value ; (308, 470.)

164. Manufactures, not otherwise provided for, composed of mixed materials, in part of cotton, silk, (wool,] or worsted, or flax; (82, 471, 579, 580, 720, 721, 724, 725, 726, 729.)

165. Manufactures of cotton, linen, silk, [wool,] worsted, if embroidered or tamboured, in the loom or otherwise, by machinery or with the needle, or other process, not otherwise provided for ; (472, 720, 721, 724, 725, 726, 729.)

166. Manufactures of cedar wood, granadilla, ebony, mahogany, rosewood, and satinwood; (473.)

167. Manufactures and articles of leather, or of which leather shall be a component part, not otherwise provided for; (474.)

168, Manufactures of paper, or of which paper is a component material, not otherwise provided for ; (469.)

169. Manufactures, articles, and wares, of papier mache ; (475.)

170. Manufactures of wood, or of which wood is the chief component part, not otherwise provided for; (476.)

171. Medicinal preparations, not otherwise provided for; (381, 711.)
172. Muskets, rifles, and other fire-arms; (478.)
173. Olives;
174. Paper boxes, and all other fancy boxes ; (480.)
175. Paper envelopes ; (481.)

176. Paper-hangings and paper for screens or fire-boards ; paper; an-
tiquarian, demy, drawing, elephant, foolscap, imperial letter, and all other
paper not otherwise provided for; (482.)
177. [Parasols and sunshades;] (494, 732.)

12 Stat. p. 198. 178. Parchment;

Excepting gold, silver, German-silver, and platina, for which see 618.

that is to say :

12 Stat. p. 193. 179. Plated and gilt ware of all kinds ; (484.)

180. Prepared vegetables, meats, fish, poultry, and game, sealed or unsealed, in cans or otherwise; (485.)

181. Salmon, preserved;
182. Scagliola tops, for tables or other articles of furniture ; (487.)
183. Sealing-wax; (488.)
184. Side-arms of every description ; (489.)
185. Silver-plated metal, in sheets or other form, (490 ;)
roofing slates ; (486, 597.)

186. [Umbrellas.] (494, 732.)
187. Vellum ; velvet, when printed or painted; (495.)
188. Wafers: water colors; (496, 497.)

189. Webbing composed of (wool,] cotton, flax or any other materials;

(499, 726.) 12 Stat. p. 193. Sec. 23. From and after the day and year aforesaid, the importa

tion of the articles hereinafter mentioned and embraced in this section

shall be EXEMPT FROM DUTY 190. Acids of every description used for chemical and manufacturing purposes, not otherwise provided for;

191. Alcornoque;

192. All books, maps, charts, mathematical, nautical instruments, philosophical apparatus, and all other articles whatever, imported for the use of the United States; all

(698) books, maps, and charts, statues, statuary, busts and casts of marble, bronze, alabaster, or plaster of Paris ; paintings and drawings, etchings, specimens of sculpture, cabinets of coins, medals, regalia, gems, and all collections of antiquities : Provided, The same be specially imported, in good faith, for the use of any society incorporated or established for philosophical, literary, or religious purposes, or for the encouragement of the fine arts, or for the use or by the order of any college, academy, school, or seminary of learning in the United States ;

193. Ambergris ;
194. Annatto, Roncou or Orleans ;
195. [Animals, living, of all kinds ;]*

196. Articles in a crude state used in dyeing or tanning, not otherwise provided for;

197. Barilla ;
198. Bells, old, and bell metal;

199. Berries, nuts, flowers, plants, and vegetables used exclusively in dyeing or in composing dyes; but no article shall be classed as such that has undergone any manufacture ;

200. [Birds, singing or other, and land and water fowls ;] (7096.)

201. Bismuth ; 12 Stat. p 194. 202. Bolting cloths ;

203. Bones, burnt, and bone-dust;

204. Books, maps, and charts imported by authority of the Joint Library Committee of Congress, for the use of the library of Congress : Provided, That if, in any case, a contract shall have been made with any bookseller, importer, or other person aforesaid, [and such person) shall have paid the duty or included the duty in said contract, in such case the duty shall (not) be remitted ;t (3.)

205. Brazil wood, braziletto, and all other dyewoods, in sticks ;
206. Breccia, in blocks or slabs ;
207. Brime;
208. Bullion, gold and silver ;

* Repealed. See 7096.

+ This proviso was evidently intended to be a copy of the proviso to the 1st section of the act of March 29, 1848, chap. XXIV. See unte, No. 3.

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