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209. Burrstones, wrought or unwrought, but unmanufactured, and not 12 Stat. p. 194. bound up into millstones ;

210. Cabinets of coins, medals, and all other collections of antiquities ;
211. Cadmium ;
212. Calamine;
213. Cochineal ;

[Cobalt;] (370, 611.)
214. Coins, gold, silver, and copper;
215. Copper, when imported for the United States mint;

Orchil; (358.) 216. Divi-divi; 217. [Extract of indigo ;] (371.) 218. ČExtract of madder;] (371.)

219. (Extract and decoctions of logwood, and other dye-woods, not otherwise provided for;] (371, 711.)

220. Felt, adhesive, for sheathing vessels ; (720, 722.)
221. [Flints ; flint, ground;] (372.)
222. Fish, fresh caught, for daily consumption ; (7096.)
223. [Gutta percha, unmanufactured ;] (376.)
224. Grindstones, rough or unfinished;
225. Seeds for

manufacturing purposes, not otherwise provided for; Glass, when old, not in pieces which can be cut for use, and fit only to be remanufactured;

226. Goods, wares, and merchandise, the growth, production, or manufacture of the United States, exported to a foreign country, and brought back to the United States in the same condition as when exported, upon which no drawback or bounty has been allowed: Provided, That all regulations to ascertain the identity thereof, prescribed by existing laws, or which may be prescribed by the Secretary of the Treasury, shall be complied with; (699, 709a, 709c, 713.) 227. Guano;

12 Stat. p. 196 228. Household effects, old, and in use of persons or families from foreign countries, if used abroad by them and not intended for any other person or persons, or for sale ;

229. Hair of all kinds, uncleaned and unmanufactured, and all long horsehair used for weaving, cleaned or uncleaned, drawn or undrawn;

230. (India-rubber, milk of;] (381.)
231. Indigo;
232. Ice;
233. Iridium ;
234. Irris; orris root;
235. Junk, old, and oakum;
236. Kelp;
237. Lac dye;
238. Lac spirits ; (see varnish, 355, 711.)
239. Lac sulphur;
240. Leeches; (7096.)
241. Madder, ground or prepared, and madder root;
242. Manuscripts ;
243. Marine coral, unmanufactured ;
244. Medals, of gold, silver, or copper;

245. Models of inventions, and other improvements in the arts : Provided, That no article or articles shall be deemed a model, or improvement, which can be fitted for use;

246. Munjeet, or India madder; 247. Nutgalls; 248. Nux vomica; 249. Oil, spermaceti, whale, and other fish, of American fisheries, and all other articles the produce of such fisheries ;

12 Stat. p 195. 250. [Orpiment, or sulphuret of arsenic ;] (359.)

251. Paintings and statuary, the production of American artists resid. ing abroad ; (500, 707.)

252. Palm-leaf, unmanufactured ;
253. Pearl, mother of;

254. Personal and household effects, not merchandise, of citizens of the United States dying abroad;

255. Plaster of Paris, or sulphate of lime, unground; 12 Stat. p. 196. 256. Platina, unmanufactured ;

257. Platina vases or retorts;
258. Polishing stones ;
259. Pumice and pumice stones;
260. Ratans and reeds, unmanufactured :
261. Rottenstone ;
262. Sandal-wood;
263. Shingle-bolts and stave-bolts ;

264. Silk, raw, or as reeled from the cocoon, not being doubled, twisted, or advanced in manufacture any way, and silk cocoons, and silk waste;

265. Specimens of natural history, mineralogy, and botany;
266. [Staves for pipes, hogsheads, or other casks ;] (388.)
267. Substances expressly used for manure;
268. Tortoise and other shell, unmanufactured;
269. Turmeric;
270. Types, old, and fit only to be remanufactured;

271. Wearing apparel in actual use, and other personal effects, (not merchandise,) professional books, implements, instruments, and tools of trade, occupation, or employment of persons arriving in the United States : Provided, That this exemption shall not be construed to include machinery, or other articles imported for use in any manufacturing establishment, or for sale ;

272. Weld;
273. Woad or pastel ;

274. Woods, namely: cedar, lignum-vitæ, lancewood, ebony, box, granadilla, mahogany, rosewood, satinwood, and all cabinet woods, un

manufactured ; 12 Stat. p. 196 275. SEC. 24. From and after the day and year aforesaid there shall

be levied, collected, and paid on the importation of all raw or unmanufactured articles, not herein enumerated or provided for, a duty of ten per centum ad valorem ; and on all articles manufactured in whole or in part, not herein enumerated or provided for, a duty of twenty per centum ad

valorem. (2, 697.) 12 Stat. p. 196. 276. Sec. 26. Wherever the word “ ton” is used in this act, in refer

ence to weight, it shall be deemed and taken to be twenty hundred weight, each hundred weight being one hundred and twelve pounds avoirdupois.

277. Sec. 27. Railroad iron, partially or wholly worn, may be imported into the United States without payment of duty, under bond to be withdrawn and exported after the said railroad iron shall have been repaired or remanufactured; and the Secretary of the Treasury is hereby authorized and directed to prescribe such rules and regulations as may be necessary to protect the revenue against fraud, and secure the identity, character, and weight of all such importations when again withdrawn and exported, restricting and limiting the export and withdrawal to the same port of entry where imported, and also limiting all bonds to a period of time of not more than six months from the date of the importation.

292.

278. { Cocoa leaves and special shell-, two cents per pound ;

ACT OF AUGUST 5, 1861. CHAP. XLV. - An Act to provide increased Revenue from Imports, to pay Interest on Stat. at Large, the Public Debt, and for other Purposes.

Vol. XII.

p. From and after the date of the passage of this act, IN LIEU of the duties heretofore imposed by law on the articles hereinafter mentioned, and on such as may now be exempt from duty, there shall be levied, collected, and paid, on the goods, wares, and merchandise herein enumerated and provided for, imported from foreign countries, the following duties and rates of duty, that is to say: On *

s , three pound; 279. Cocoa, prepared or manufactured, eight cents per pound; (392.) 280. Chocolate, six cents per pound; (392.) 281. Currants, five cents per pound; 282. Dates, two cents per pound; 283. Figs, five cents per pound;

284. Nuts of all kinds, not otherwise provided for, two cents per pound;

285. Plums, five cents per pound;
286. Prunes, five cents per pound;
287. Raisins, five cents per pound;
288. Unmanufactured Russia hemp, forty dollars per ton;
289. Manilla and other bemps of India, twenty-five dollars per ton ;
290. Soda ash, one half cent per pound;
291. Bicarbonate of soda, one cent per pound; (395.)
292. Sal soda, one half-cent per pound;
293. Caustic soda, one cent per pound; (396.)
294. Chloride of lime, thirty cents per one hundred pounds;

295. Resinous substances used for the same or similar purposes as gum copal, ten cents per pound; (333.)

Sec. 2. From and after the day and year aforesaid there shall be 13 Stat. p. 298 levied, collected, and paid on the importation of the articles herein

after mentioned the following duties, that is to say: On 296. Limes and bananas, twenty per centum ad valorem;

297. Rags, of whatever material, (401,) ten per centum ad valorem. (719.)

298. Sole and bend leather, thirty per centum ad valorem ; (466.)
299. India-rubber, raw or unmanufactured, ten per centum ad valorem;

300. India-rubber shoes and boots, thirty per centum ad valorem ; (437.)

301. Ivory, unmanufactured, and on vegetable ivory, ten per centum ad valorem.

302. Silk buttons, [button cloths,] (584, 729,) and on silk twist, and twist composed of mohair and silk, forty per centum ad valorem. (592, 593.)

ACT OF DECEMBER 24, 1861.
CAAP. II. An Act to increase the Duties on Tea, Coffee, and Sugar.

Stat. At Large,

Vol. XII. p. 330. From and after the date of the passage of this act, IN LIEU of the duties heretofore imposed by law on articles hereinafter mentioned, there shall be levied, collected, and paid on the goods, wares, and merchandise, herein enumerated and provided for, imported from foreign countries, the following duties and rates of duty, that is to

say: 303. Second. On coffee of all kinds, five cents per pound.

ACT OF JULY 14, 1862. Stat. at Large, CHAP. CLXIII. - An Act increasing temporarily the Duties on Imports, and for other Vol. XII. P. 643.

Purposes. From and after the first day of August, anno Domini eighteen hundred and sixty-two, IN LIEU of the duties beretofore imposed by law on the articles hereinafter mentioned there shall be levied, collected, and paid, on the goods, wares, and merchandise, herein enumerated and provided for, imported from foreign countries, the following duties and rates of duty, that is to say:

[Duties on all articles enumerated in the first and second sections

of this act are superseded by later enactments.] 12 Stat. p. 544. Sec. 3. From and after the day and year aforesaid, IN ADDITION

to the duties heretofore imposed by law on the articles hereinafter mentioned and included in this section, there shall be levied, collected, and paid, on the goods, wares, and merchandise, herein enumerated and provided for, imported from foreign countries, the

following duties and rates of duty- that is to say: 12 Stat. p. 645. 304. On boiler or other plate-iron, five dollars per ton ; (4, 521.) 305. On iron wire, drawn and finished

over or finer than number twenty-five, wire gauge, two dollars per one bundred pounds : (4, 521 :) Provided, That wire covered with cotton, silk, or other material, shall pay five cents per pound in addition to the foregoing rates : 306.

Provided, That no chains made of wire, or rods of a diameter less than one half of one inch, shall be considered a chain cable; (529.)

Provided, That no allowance or reduction of duties for partial loss or damage shall be hereafter made in consequence of rust of iron or steel, or upon the manufactures of iron or steel,

except on polished Russia sheet-iron. 12 Stat. p. 646. Sec. 4. From and after the day and year aforesaid, IN ADDITION

to the duties heretofore imposed by law on the articles hereinafter mentioned and included in this section, there shall be levied, collected, and paid on the goods, wares, and merchandise herein enumerated and provided for, imported from foreign countries, tho

following duties and rates of duty, that is to say: 308. On

manufactures of copper, not otherwise provided for, five per centum ad valorem; (163, 470.)

309. On brass, in bars or pigs, and old brass fit only to be remanufac

tured, five per centum ad valorem ; (23.) 12 Stat. p. 546. Sec. 5. From and after the day and year aforesaid, IN LIEU of

the duties beretofore imposed by law on the articles hereinafter mentioned, and on such as may now be exempt from duty, there shall be levied, collected, and paid on the goods, wares, and merchandise enuinerated and provided for in this section, imported from foreign countries, the following duties and rates of duty – that is

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12 Stat. p. 547. 310. Acid, boracic, five cents per pound; citric, ten cents per pound;

oxalic, four cents per pound; sulphuric, one cent per pound; tartaric, twenty cents per pound;

311. Alum, patent alum, alum substitute, sulphate of alumina, and aluminous cake, sixty cents per one hundred pounds;

312. Argols, or crude tartar, six cents per pound; cream tartar, ten cenis per pound;

313. Balsam copaiva, twenty cents per pound; Peruvian, fifty cents per pound; tolu, thirty cents per pound;

314. Barytes and sulphate of barytes, five mills per pound;
315. Burning fluid, fifty cents per gallon; (711.)
316. Biiter apples, colocynth, or coloquintida, ten cents per pound:

317. Borax, crude, or tincal, five cents per pound; refined, ten cents 12 Stat. p. 647. per pound;

318. Borate of lime, five cents per pound; 319. Buchu leaves, ten cents per pound;

320. Camphor, crude, thirty cents per pound; refined, forty cents per pound;

321. Cantharides, fifty cents per pound;
322. Cocculus indicus, ten cents per pound;
323. Cuttle-fish bone, five cents per pound;
324. Cubebs, ten cents per pound;
325. Dragon's blood, ten cents per pound;

326. Emery, ore or rock, six dollars per ton; manufactured, ground, or pulverized, one cent per pound;

327. Ergot, twenty cents per pound;

328. Epsom salts, one cent per pound; glauber salts, five mills per pound; Rochelle salts, fifteen cents per pound;

329. Fruit ethers, essences or oils of apple, pear, peach, apricot, strawberry, and raspberry, made of fusil oil or of fruit, or imitations thereof, two dollars and fifty cents per pound;

330. Wood lake, Venetian red, vermilion, chrome yellow, rose pink, Dutch pink, and paints and painters' colors, (except white and red lead and oxide of zinc) dry or ground in oil, and moist water colors, used in the manufacture of paper-hangings and colored papers and cards, not otherwise provided for, twenty-five per centum ad valorem.

331. Ginger-root, five cents per pound; ginger ground, eight cents per pound;

332. On gold leaf, one dollar and fifty cents per package of five hundred leaves ; on silver leaf, seventy-five cents per package of five hundred leaves ;

333. Gum aloes, six cents per pound; benzoine, ten cents per pound; sandarac, ten cents per pound; shellac, ten cents per pound; mastic, fifty cents per pound; copal, kowrie, damar, and all gums used for like purposes, ten cents per pound; (295, 711.)

334. Iodine, crude, fifty cents per pound; resublimed, seventy-five cents per pound;

12 Stat. p. 544 335. Ipecacuanha, or ipecac; fifty cents per pound; 336. Jalap, fifty cents per pound; 337. Licorice

juice, five cents per pound; 338. Magnesia, carbonate, six cents per pound; calcined, twelve cents per pound;

339. Manna, twenty-five cents per pound; 340. Nitrate of soda, one cent per pound;

341. Ochres, and ochrey earths, not otherwise provided for, when dry, fifty cents per one hundred pounds; when ground in oil, one dollar and fifty cents per one hundred pounds ; 342. Oils, fixed or expressed,

almonds, ten cents per pound; bay or laurel, twenty cents per pound; mace, fifty cents per pound; olive, not salad, twenty-five cents per gallon;

mustard, not salad, twenty-five cents per gallon ; (95.) 343. Oils, essential or essence, anise, fifty cents, per pound ; almonds, one dollar and fifty cents per pound; amber, crude, ten cents per pound ; rectified, twenty cents per pound; bay leaves, seventeen dollars and fifty cents per pound; bergamot, one dollar per pound ; cajeput, twenty-five cents per pound ; caraway, fifty cents per pound; cassia, one dollar per pound; cinnamon, two dollars per pound; citronella, fifty cents per pound; cubebs, one dollar per pound; fennel, fifty cents per pound ; juniper, twenty-five cents per pound ; lemons, fifty cents per pound; orange, fifty cents per pound; origanum, or red thyme, twentyfive cents per pound; roses, or otto, one dollar and fifty cents per ounce ; thyme, white, thirty cents per pound; valerian, one dollar and fifty cents

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