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Sections from the United States tariff of July 24, 1897, as modified by the pending French

treaty-Continued.

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Per cent.
10 56. Whiting and Paris white, dry, one.

fourth of one cent per pound..
Ground in oil, or patty,one cent

per pound....
10 57. Zinc, oxide of, and white paint or

pigment containing zinc, but not
containing lead:

Dry, ono cent per pound....
Ground in oil, one and three-

fourths conta per pound...
Sultid of zinc white, or white

sulphide of zinc, one and one

fourth cents per pound...... Chloride of zinc and sulphato

of zinc, one cent per pound...
10 58. All paints, colors, pigments, lakes,

crayons, smalts and frostings,
whether crude or dry or mixed,
or ground with water or oil or
with solutions other than oil, not
otherwise specially provided for
in this act, thirty per centum ad

valorem
All paints, colors and pigments,

commonly known artists'
paints or colors, whether in
tubes, pans, cakes or other forms,

thirty per centum ad valorem
10 59. Paris green, and London purple,

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fifteen per centum ad valorem.... 10 62. Bichromate and chromate of potash,

three cents per pound....... 10 | 63. Caustic or hydrate of, refined, in

sticks or rolls, one cont per pound. Chlorate of, two and one-half cents

per pound

38. 34

34.51

7.35

6.62

39. 89

35. 90

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Per cent.

64. Hydriodate, iodide and iodate of,

twenty-five cents per pound
10% 65. Nitrate of, or saltpeter, retined, one-

half cent per pound ...
66. Prussiate of:

Red, eight cents per pound ..
Yellow, four cents per pound ...
Cyanide of potassium, twelve and

one-half per centum ad valorem.
10 67. Medicinal preparations containing

alcohol, or in the preparation of
which alcohol is used, not spe-
cially provided for in this act,
fifty-five cents per pound, but in
no case shall the same pay less
than twenty-five per centum ad

valorem ...
10 68. Medicinal preparations not contain-

ing alcohol or in the preparation
of which alcohol is not used, not
specially provided for in this act,
twenty-five per centum ad va-

lorem ...
Calomel and other mercurial medic-

inal preparations, thirty-five per

centum ad valorem .....
10 70. Preparations used as applications

to the hair, mouth, teeth, or skin,
such as cosmetics, dentifrices,
pastos, pomades, powders, and
other toilet articles, and articles
of perfumery, whether in sachets
or otherwise, not containing aloo-
hol or in the manufacture of
which alcohol is not used, and
not specially provided for in
this act, fifty per contum ad
valorem

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50.58

45.53

31.06

27.96

bonate of soda, or saleratus, and
other alkalies containing fifty per
centum or more of bicarbonate
of soda, three-fourths of one cent

per pound...
74. Bichromate and chromate of soda,

two cents per pound.....
75. Crystal carbonate of soda, or con-

centrated soda crystals, or mo-
nohydrate, or sesquicarbonate of
soda, three-tenths of one cent per

pound...
Chlorate of soda, two cents per

pound...
76. Hydrate of, or caustic soda, three-

fourths of one cent per pound....
Nitrate of soda, two and one-half

cents per pound ....
Hypo-sulphite and sulphide of soda,

one-half of one cent per pound.... 77. Sal soda, or soda crystals, not con

centrated, two-tenths of one cent

per pound ...
78. Soda ash, three-eighths of one cent

per pound; arseniate of soda, one
and one-fourth cents per pound

37.59

33. 83

....

25. 63

23.07

47.65

42. 89

10.49

9. 45

56.01

50. 41

42.75

38.48

55. 97

50. 38

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Per cent.
10 79. Silicate of soda, or other alkaline

silicate, one-half of one cent per

ponud......
80. Sulphate of soda, or salt cake, or

niter cake, one dollar and twenty

five cents per ton ...
10 87. Fire brick, glazed, enameled, orna-

mented, or decorated, forty-five

per centum ad valorem .....
Other brick, if glazed, enameled,

painted, vitrified, ornamented, or
decorated in any manner, forty-

five per centum ad valorein ....
10 88. Tiles, glazed, encaustic, ceramic

mosaic, vitrified, semivitrified,
flint, spar, embossed, enameled,
ornamental, hand-painted, gold-
decorated, and all other earthen.
ware tiles :
Valued at not exceeding forty

cents per square foot, eight

cents per square foot.... Exceeding forty cents

per
square foot, ten cents per
square foot and twenty-five

per centum ad valorem ...
10 89. Roman, Portland, and other hy-

draulic cement:
In barrels, sacks, or other pack-

ages, eight cents per one hun-
dred pounds, including

weight of barrel or package..
In bulk, seven cents per one

hundred pounds.....
Other cement, twenty per

centum ad valorem...

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Per cent.
15 99. Plain green or colored, molded or

prossed, and flint, lime, or lead
glass bottles, vials, jars, and
covered or uncovered demijohns
and carboys, any of the forego-
ing, fillod or unfilled, not other-
wise specially provided for, and
whether their contents be dutia-
ble or free (except such as con-
tain merchandise subject to an
ad valorem rate of duty, or to a
rate of duty based in whole or in
part upon the value thereof,
which shall be dutiable at the
rate applicable to their contents),
shall pay duty as follows:
If holding more than one pint, Per cent.

one cont per pound ...... 61. 74
If holding not more than one

pint and not less than one
fourth of a pint, one and one-

half cents per pound .... 85. 79
If boliling less than one-fourth

of a pint, fifty cents per
gro88....

40.79
Provided, That none of the

above articles shall pay a
less rate of duty than forty

per centum ad valorem.
6 100. Glass bottles, decanters, or other

Vossels or articles of glass, out,
engraved, painted, colored,
stained, silvered, gilded, etched,
frosted, printed in any manner
or otherwise ornamented, doo-
orated, or ground (except such

Per cent.

52. 49

73.09

84. 68

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