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

treaty-Continuod.

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42. 45

38. 21

common window glass-
Not exceeding ten by fifteen

inches square, one and three

eighths cents per pound.... Above that, and not exceeding

sixteen by twenty-four inches square, one and seven

oighths cents per pound Above that, and not exceeding

twenty-four by thirty inches
square, two and three-

eighths cents per pound..... Above that, and not exceeding

twenty-four by thirty-six
inches square, two and seven-

eighths cents per pound..... Above that, and not exceed

ing thirty by forty inches
square, three and three-

eighths cents per pound .... Above that, and not exceeding

forty by sixty inches square,
three and seven-eighths
cents per pound

104.32

93. 89

117.66

105. 90

127.89

115. 10

154.81

139. 33

145.01

130.51

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Per cent.
10 101. Unpolished, cylinder, crown, and

common window glass-Cont'd.
Above that, four and three-

eighths cents per pound.....
Provided, That unpolished

cylinder, crown, and com-
mon window glass, imported
in boxes, shall contain fifty
square feet, as nearly as
sizes will permit, and the
duty shall be computed
thereon according to the

actual weight of glass.
10 | 102. Cylinder and crown glass, pol-

ished-
Not exceeding sixteen by

twenty-four inches square,

four cents per square foot...
Above that, and not exceeding

twenty-four by thirty inches
square, six cents per square

foot
Above that, and not exceeding

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twenty-four by sixty inches
square, fifteen cents per

square foot ...
Above that, twenty cents per

square foot.
10 103. Fluted, rolled, ribbed, or rongh

plate glass, or the same contain-
ing a wire netting within itself,
not including crown, cylinder,
or common window glass-
Not exceeding sixteen by

twenty-four inches square,
three-fourths of one cent per
square foot

63. 91

57.52

12.99

11. 70

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Per cent.
10 | 103. Fluted, rolled, ribbed, or rough

plate glass, etc.-Continued.
Above that, and not exceeding

twenty-four by thirty in-
chos square, one and one-
fourth cents per square foot;
all above that, one and three-

fourths cents per square foot.
And all fluted, rolled, rib-

bed, or rough plate glass,
weighing over one hundred
pounds per one hundred
square feet, shall pay an ad-
ditional duty on the excess
at the same rates herein im-
posed: Provided, That all of
the above plate glass, when
ground, smoothed, or other-
wise obscured, shall be sub-
ject to the same rate of duty
as cast polished plate glass

unsilvered.
10 104. Cast polished plate glass, finished

or untinished and unsilvered:
Not exceeding sixteen by

twenty-four inches square,

eight cents per square foot..
Above thatsize and not exceed-

ing twenty-four by thirty
inches square, ten conte per

square foot
Above that size and not exceed-

ing twenty-four by sixty
inches Square, twenty-two
and one-half cents per square

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76

foot All above that size, thirty-five

cents per square foot...

83. 33

34. 31

30.88

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Per cent.
10
105. Cast polished plato glass, silverod,

cylinder and crown glass, sil-
vered, and looking-glass plates :
Exceeding in size one hundred

and forty-four square inches
and not exceeding sixteen
by twenty-four inches
square, oloven cents per

square foot.......
Above that size and notexceed-

ing twenty-four by thirty
inches square, thirteen cents

por square foot .....
Above that size and not exceed-

ing twenty-four by sixty
inches Square, twenty-five

cents per square foot....
All above thatsize, thirty-eight

cents per square foot...
10 106. But no looking-glass platos or

19.41

plate glass, silvered, when
framed, shall pay a less rate of
duty than that imposed upon
similar glass of like description
not framed, but shall pay in
addition thereto apon such
frames the rate of duty appli-
cable thereto when imported

separato.
10 108. Spectaclos, eyeglasses, and gog.

gles, and frames for the same,
or parts thereof, finished or un-
finished:
Valnod at not over forty cents

per dozen, twenty cents per
dozen and fifteen per cen-
tum ad valorem....

21.56

95. 85

86.27

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Per cent.
10 108. Spectacles, eyeglasses, and gog-

gles, etc.-Continued.
Valued at over forty cents per

dozen and not over one dol-
lar and fifty cents per dozon,
forty-five cents per dozen
and twenty per centum ad

valorem
Valued at over one dollar and

fifty cents per dozen, fifty

per centum ad valorem...
10 109. Lenses of glass or pebble, ground

and polished to a spherical,
cylindrical, or prismatic form,
and ground and polished plano
or coquill glasses :
Wholly or partly manufac-

tured, with the edges un-
ground, forty-five per cen-

tum ad valorem ...
If with their edges ground or

boveled, ten cents per dozen
pairs and forty-five per cen-

tum ad valorem....
10 110. Strips of glass, not more than

three inches wide, ground or
polished on one or both sides to
a cylindrical or prismatic form,
forty-five per centum ad valo-

rem
10 153. Penknives or pocketknives, clasp

knives, pruning knives, and bud-
ding knives of all kinds, or parts
thereof, and erasers or manicure
knives, or parts thereof, wholly
or partly manufactured:
Valued at not more than forty

cents per dozen, forty per
centum ad valorem...

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