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Eggs of poultry, in the shell, 8 cents a dozen; Payne-Aldrich, 5 cents a dozen; Underwood, free. Honey, 3 cents a pound; Payne-Aldrich, 20 cents a gallon; Underwood, 10 cents a gallon.

Horses and mules, valued at not more than $150 each, $30 each; valued at over $150 each, 20% Payne-Aldrich, $30 each and 25% respectively: Underwood, 10%.

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Fresh frozen salmon, mackerel and halibut, 2 cents a pound; Payne-Aldrich, 1 cent a pound: Underwood, free; other fresh or frozen fish, 1 cent a pound; Payne-Aldrich, 4 cent per pound; Underwood, free.

Herring and mackerel, pickled or salted, 1 cent a pound; Payne-Aldrich, 4 cent a pound; and 1 cent a pound respectively; Underwood, free. Barley, 20 cents a bushel; Payne-Aldrich, 30 cents; Underwood, 15 cents: barley flours, 2 cents a pound; Payne-Aldrich, same; Underwood, 1 cent. Corn, 15 cents a bushel: Payne-Aldrich, 15 cents: Underwood, free; cornmeal, 30 cents per 100 pounds; Payne-Aldrich, 40 cents: Underwood, free. Macaroni and noodles, 2 cents a pound; Payne Aldrich, 11⁄2 cents: Underwood, 1 cent.

Oats, 15 cents a bushel; Payne-Aldrich, 15 cents: Underwood, 6 cents.

Oatmeal, rolled oats, etc., 80 cents per 100 pounds; Payne-Aldrich, cent a pound: Underwood, 30 cents per 100 pounds.

Milled rice, 2 cents a pound; Payne-Aldrich,
same; Underwood, 1 cent.
Rye, 15 cents a bushel; Payne-Aldrich, 10 cents;
Underwood, free.

Wheat, 30 cents a bushel:* Payne-Aldrich, 25 cents: Underwood, free.

Wheat flour, 78 cents per 100 pounds;t PayneAldrich, 25; Underwood, free.

Apples, 25 cents a bushel; Payne-Aldrich, 25 cents; Underwood, 10 cents.

Apricots, green, ripe, dried, or in brine, cent a pound; Payne-Aldrich and Underwood, free. Cider, 5 cents a gallon; Payne-Aldrich, 5 cents; Underwood, 2 cents.

Figs, fresh, dried, or in brine, 2 cents a pound: Payne-Aldrich, fresh, 21⁄2 cents; Underwood, fresh, 2 cents.

Raisins, 2 cents a pound; Payne-Aldrich, 2% cents; Underwood, 2 cents.

Lemons, 2 cents a pound; Payne-Aldrich, 11⁄2 cents: Underwood, 18 cents per package to cent per pound.

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SUGARS AND MANUFACTURES OF. Sugar, 2.206 (96° raw) cents a pound (1.764 cents a pound, Cuban raw); Payne-Aldrich, cents (1.348 Cuban raw); Underwood, 1.256 cent (1.0048 cents Cuban raw).

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Maple sugar and maple syrup, 4 cents pound; Payne-Aldrich, same; Underwood, 3 cent Sugar, candy and all confectionery, Payne-Aldrich, from 4 cents a pound and to 50%; Underwood, 2 cents a pound to 25%. WOOL AND MANUFACTURES OF. Raw wool (other than carpet wood), 31 cents to ! pound of clean content; Payne-Aldrich, 11 cents a pound in grease; 22 to 24 cents a pound washed condition; 33 to 36 cents a pound in scoure condition; Underwood, free.

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Woven fabrics (women's dress goods, weighing not more than four ounces per squa yard, from 36 cents a pound and 50% to 45 cen a pound upon the wool content and 50%; Payn Aldrich, 7 cents per square yard and 50% to cents per square yard and 55; Underwood, 25 to 40%.

Woven fabrics (men's suitings, overcoating etc.), weighing more than four ounces per squa yard, from 24 cents a pound and 40% to 45 cen a pound upon the wool content and 50%: Paya Aldrich, 22 cents a pound and 30% to 44 cen a pound and 55%; Underwood, 25% to 35%. Blankets, from 18 cents a pound and 30 37 cents a pound and 40 Payne-Aldrich, cents a pound and 30% to 33 cents a pound at 40% Underwood, 25.

Hose and half hose, gloves and mittens. cents a pound and 35% or 45 cents a pound as 50% Payne-Aldrich, 44 cents a pound and 60 Underwood, 20% to 40%.

Knit under wear, from 36 cents a pound al 30% to 45 cents a pound and 50%; Payne-Aldrid 44 cents a pound and 60%; Underwood, 35%. Knit outer wear, including sweaters, from cents a pound and 40% to 45 cents a pound an 50%; Payne-Aldrich, 44 cents a pound and 60% Underwood, 35%.

Wearing apparel, not knit, from 24 cents pound and 40% to 45 cents a pound and 50 Payne-Aldrich, 44 cents a pound and 60%: Unde wood, 35% or 40%. rugs, 55% Payn Oriental carpets and cent a Aldrich, 10 cents a square foot and 40%: Unde wood, 50%.

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Limes, oranges and grapefruit, 1 Underwood, cent; pound; Payne-Aldrich, 1 cents per package to 1⁄2 cent per pound. Olives, in brine, green or ripe, 20 cents a gallon; Payne-Aldrich, 25 and 15 cents a gallon; Underwood, 15 cents a gallon.

Peaches and pears, 1⁄2 cent a pound; PayneAldrich, 25 cents per bushel; Underwood, green, ripe, 10 cents per bushel.

Pineapples, cent each; Payne-Aldrich, 4-5 cent: Underwood, 1⁄2 cent.

Marmalades, jellies and fruit butters, 35%; Payne-Aldrich, marmalades and fruit butters, 1 cent a pound and 35%; jellies, 35%; Underwood 202.

Almonds, unshelled, 44 cents a pound: PayneAldrich, 4 cents; Underwood, 3 cents: shelled, 14 cents a pound; Payne-Aldrich, 6 cents; Underwood, 4 cents.

Brazil nuts, 1 cent a pound; Payne-Aldrich, free: Underwood, 1 cent. Cocoanut meat, shredded, 3% cents a pound; Payne-Aldrich and Underwood, 2 cents a pound. Peanuts, unshelled, 3 cents a pound; PayneAldrich, cent a pound; Underwood, 3-8 cent a pound; shelled, 4 cents a pound; Payne-Aldrich, 1 cent: Underwood, 4 cent.

Peas, green or dried, 1 cent a pound; PayneAldrich, 25 cents per bushel; Underwood, 10 cents per bushel of sixty pounds.

Onions, 1 cent a pound: Payne-Aldrich, 40 cents a bushel; Underwood, 20 cents a bushel.

Irish potatoes, 50 cents per 100 pounds; PayneAldrich, 25 cents a bushel; Underwood, free.

Tomatoes, cent a pound; Payne-Aldrich, 25% Underwood, 15%.

Turnips, 12 cents per 100 pounds: PayneAldrich, 25%; Underwood, 15%.

Chocolate and cocoa, 17% ad valorem, but not less than 2 cents a pound: Payne-Aldrich, from 2 cents a pound to 50%: Underwood, from 2 cents a pound to 25%.

Hay, $4 a ton; Payne-Aldrich, $4; Underwood, $2.

Increased to 42 cents per bushel by proclamation of President under Section 315 of Tariff Act of 922, effective April 6, 1924 (TD40069).

tIncreased to $1.04 per 100 pounds by proclamation of President under Section 315 of Tariff Act of 1922, effective April 6, 1924 (TD40069).

Chenille Axminster carpets and rugs, 55 Payne-Aldrich, 60 cents per square yard and 40% Underwood, 35%.

Spool Axminster, Wilton, Brussels, velvel and tapestry carpets and rugs. 40: Paym Aldrich, from 28 cents a square yard and 40 60 cents a square yard and 40%: Underwood 20% to 35%.

COTTON AND MANUFACTURES OF. Cotton sewing thread, cent per hundre yards with minimum ad valorem of 20 and max mum ad valorem of 35%; Payne-Aldrich, 4 cen per hundred yards, with minimum ad valorem 0 20%: Underwood,, 15.

Countable cotton cloth, from 10% to 45 Payne-Aldrich, from 1 cent per square yard to 123 cents per square yard, with minimum ad valorem of 25% to 40% applying to those exceeding certain specified valuations; Underwood, from 74% 30%.

Table damask, 30%; Payne-Aldrich, 40% Underwood, 25%.

Quilts or bedspreads, from 25% to 40% Payne-Aldrich, 45: Underwood, 25. Table and bureau covers, centerpieces, of plain Woven cotton cloth, 30%: Payne-Aldrich, 45%; Underwood, 30%.

Knit gloves, from 40% to 75%; Payne-Aldrich. men's and boys' gloves, from 50 to 50 cents a dozen pairs and 40%; women's gloves, 50%: Underwood, 35%.

Hose and half hose, from 30% to 50%; PayneAldrich, from 30% to $2.00 per dozen pairs and 15: Underwood, from 20% to 50%.

Knit underwear and outerwear, 45%; PayneAldrich, from 60 cents a dozen and 15% to $2.25 a dozen and 35%: Underwood, 30%.

Wearing apparel, not knit, 35%; Payne-Aldrich. 50%: Underwood, 30%.

Lace window curtains, made on Nottingham lace-curtain machine, compound duties with minimum ad valorem of 60; Payne-Aldrich, com pound duties with minimum ad valorem of 50%%% Underwood, from 35% to 45%.

FLAX, HEMP AND JUTE
Linen cloth, from 35% to 55%; Payne-Aldrich,

deghing 431⁄2 ounces or more per square yard, pm 30 to 9 cents per square yard plus 30%. ith minimum ad valorem of 50%, weighing less an 4 ounces per square yard, if plain woven, to 35%; Underwood, from 30% to 35%. Table damask, 40: Payne-Aldrich, from 45% 50 Underwood, 35%.

Jute burlap, 1 cent a pound; Payne-Aldrich, 9-16 cent a pound and 15% to 7-8 cent a und and 15%: Underwood, free. Jute bagging for covering cotton, 6-10 cent square yard; Payne-Aldrich, 6-10 cent per re yard: Underwood, free.

Tailor's paddings or interlinings, of flax or p. 55%; Payne-Aldrich, 24 cents a square d and 30%, with minimum ad valorem of 50%; aberwood, 30%.

Towels and napkins, 40% to 55%; Paynerich, 45% to 50%; Underwood, 35%. Linen handkerchiefs, unhemmed, 35%; Paynetrieb, 50%: Underwood, 35°. Wearing apparel, not specially provided for, Payne-Aldrich, 50; Underwood, 40%.

SILK AND SILK GOODS. Sewing silk, twist and floss, in the gum, $1.00 pound, with minimum ad valorem of 35%; gummed, $1.50 per pound, with minimum ad orem of 40 Payne-Aldrich, $1.00 and $1.50 | pound, respectively: Underwood, 15%. Broad silks (cloths). 55%; Payne-Aldrich by-woven, from 57% cents a pound to $4.00

pound: yarn-dyed, from 75 cents to $3.00 per and: printed in the warp. $2.75 to $3.50 per sand, with minimum ad valorem of 45; cloths vter than 8 ounces per square yard, 50% ad norem; Underwood, 50.

Kair goods of all kinds, other than in the e, 60; Payne-Aldrich, 60% Underwood, 50%. Wearing apparel, not specially provided for, Payne-Aldrich, 60%; Underwood, 50%. Handkerchiefs and woven mufflers, med. 55; hemmed or hemstitched, 60%; ne-Aldrich, 50% and 60% respectively; Underod, 40% and 50% respectively.

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Artificial silk yarns, singles 45 cents per pound, 150 cents; spun from waste, singles 25 cents per find. ply 30 cents; minimum ad valorem of 45%; lyne-Aldrich, singles 45 cents per pound, ply 50 a 60 cents per pound; minimum ad valorem of t: Underwood, 35%.

Manufactures of artificial silk (knit goods. bons, etc.), 45 cents a pound and 60: Paynerich, 45 cents a pound and 60%; Underwood,

METALS AND MANUFACTURES OF. Pig iron, 75 cents a ton; Payne-Aldrich, $2.50 Underwood, free.

Steel wire, cent to 1% cents a pound or not than 25% ad valorem: Payne-Aldrich, 1 cent cents, or not less than 35 ad valorem; derwood, 15% to 30% ad valorem. Steel rails, 1-10 cent a pound; Payne-Aldrich, H0 of one cent: Underwood, free. Horseshoes, 1-5 to 1 cent a pound; Paynetrich, of 1 cent a pound; Underwood, free. Steel wool, 10 cents a pound and 30% Payneldrich, 40: Underwood, 20%.

Nails, exceeding two inches in length, 4-10 cent pound; Payne-Aldrich, same; Underwood, free. Screws, 25%; Payne-Aldrich, from 3 cents to cents a pound; Underwood, 25%. .Table, household and hospital utensils, nd hollow or flat ware of iron or steel and nameled or glazed with vitreous glasses, 5 a pound and 30%; Payne-Aldrich, 40%; Federwood, 25% composed wholly or in chief hue of aluminum, 11 cents a pound and 55%; Fayne-Aldrich, 45; Underwood, 25 of copper, as or other metal, 40%; Payne-Aldrich, 45%; Inderwood. 20.

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Hair, safety, hat and other pins, of brass, topper or other base metal, 35%; Payne-Aldrich, 35 or 45: Underwood, 20%.

from 14 cents each and 15% to 75 cents a dozen and 25%: Underwood, 30%.

Safety razors and handles and frames, 10 cents each and 30%; straight razors and parts from 18 cents each and 45% to 45 cents each and 45: Payne-Aldrich, all razors from 35% to 15 cents each and 35%: Underwood, 35% to 55%.

Shotguns and rifles, from $1.50 each and 45% to $10 each and 45%; Payne-Aldrich, from 25% to $6.00 each and 35%: Underwood, 35%.

Pistols, from $1.25 each and 55% to $3.50 each and 55%; Payne-Aldrich, 75 cents each and 25%: Underwood, 35%.

Automobiles and motorcycles, and parts, 25%, with countervailing provision up to 50%; Payne-Aldrich, 45%; Underwood, automobiles and parts, 30% to 45% motorcycles, 25%.

Airplanes, hydroplanes, motor boats and parts, 30% (no corresponding provision in PayneAldrich and Underwood laws).

Bicycles, 30%, with countervailing provision up to 50%; Payne-Aldrich, 45%; Underwood, 25%. Sewing machines, 15% or 30%; Payne-Aldrich, 30% Underwood, free.

Cash registers, 25% Underwood, free.

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Cream separators valued above $50, 25%; valued not over $50, free: Payne-Aldrich, 45: Underwood, free, where valued at not more than $75. Shovels, scythes, sickles, 30; Payne-Aldrich, 45%; Underwood, free; shovels, 20%.

Aluminum, crude, 5 cents a pound; PayneAldrich, 7 cents: Underwood, 2 cents.

Lead bullion, 2% cents a pound; Payne-Aldrich, same; Underwood, 25%.

Zinc, in blocks or pigs, 14 cents a pound; PayneAldrich, 1% cents a pound; Underwood, 15%. In sheets, 2 cents a pound; Payne-Aldrich, 1% cents: Underwood, 15.

Magnesite, crude, 5-16 cents a pound; caustic, calcined, cent a pound; dead burned and grain, 23-40 cent a pound; Payne-Aldrich, crude or calcined, free; Underwood, free.

TOBACCO AND MANUFACTURES OF. Wrapper tobacco, unstemmed, $2.10 a pound; Payne-Aldrich, $1.85: Underwood, same; stemmed, $2.75 a pound; Payne-Aldrich, $2.50; Underwood,

same.

Filler tobacco, unstemmed, 35 cents a pound; stemmed, 50 cents a pound; Payne-Aldrich, 35 and 50 cents; Underwood, same.

Cigars and cigarettes, $4.50 a pound and 25%: Payne-Aldrich and Underwood, same. SPIRITS, WINES AND OTHER BEVERAGES. Brandy and other spirits, $5 a proof gallon; Payne-Aldrich, $2.60; Underwood, same.

Champagne and other sparkling wines, $6 a gallon; Payne-Aldrich, $3.20 a gallon; Underwood,

same.

Still wines, $1.25 a gallon; Payne-Aldrich and Underwood, 45 cents a gallon.

Ale, porter and beer, $1 a gallon; Payne-Aldrich and Underwood, bottled, 45 cents.

Grapejuice, containing more than 1% of alcohol, 70 cents a gallon and $5 per proof gallon on the alcoholic content; Payne-Aldrich and Underwood, no corresponding provision.

Ginger ale and other non-alcoholic beverages, 15 cents a gallon; Payne-Aldrich, 16 cents; Underwood, 16 cents.

CHEMICALS.

Intermediate coal tar products, 7 cents a pound and 55% ad valorem on American valuations for the first 2 years, and 7 cents a pound and 40% on American valuations after that (cannot be increased under the flexible tariff provision); PayneAldrich, 20%; Underwood, 15.

Dyes, medicinal synthetic chemicals, products of coal tar, in finished state, 7 cents a pound and 60% ad valorem on American valuations for the first two years, and 7 cents a pound and 45% ad valorem on American valuation after that (cannot be increased under the flexible tariff provision); Payne-Aldrich, 30: Underwood, same.

Acetic acid, containing by weight not more than 65% of acetic acid, 4 cent per pound; containing by weight more than 65%, 2 cents per pound; Payne-Aldrich, acetic acid not exceeding the specific gravity of 1.047, 4 cent per pound; exceeding said specific gravity, 2 cents per pound; Underwood, acetic acid-free.

Pocket and other knives having other than hed blades, from 1 cent each and 50% to 35 cents ch and 55; Payne-Aldrich, from 40% to 20 ents each and 40%; Underwood, 35% to 55%. Table, kitchen, bread, butcher's, hunting and similar knives, with handles of mother-of-| pearl, shell or Ivory, animal horn or silver, 16 cents ach and 45% Payne-Aldrich, 10 or 14 cents each nd 15 Underwood, 30; with handles of hard bber, bone or celluloid, 8 cents each and 45%; Fyne-Aldrich, 4 cents each and 15%; Under-7 Food, 30% with handles of any other material, cents to 8 cents each and 45; Payne-Aldrich, cent each and 15; Underwood, 30%. Scissors and shears, from 3% cents each and to 20 cents each and 45; Payne-Aldrich,

Citric acid, 17 cents a pound; Payne-Aldrich, cents; Underwood, 5 cents.

Alcohol, amyl, 6 cents a pound; Payne-Aldrich, cent a pound; Underwood, same; wood, 12 cents per gallon: Payne-Aldrich, 20%; Underwood, free: ethyl for non-beverage purposes only, 15 cents per gallon.

Ink and ink powders, 20% ad valorem; PayneAldrich, 25%; Underwood, 15%.

Menthol, 50 cents a pound; camphor, crude, natural, 1 cent per pound; Payne-Aldrich, free: Underwood, 1 cent a pound; camphor, refined or synthetic, 6 cents a pound; Payne-Aldrich, same: Underwood, 5 cents.

Linseed oil, 3 3-10 cents a pound; Payne-Aldrich, 15 cents a gallon of 71⁄2 pounds weight; Underwood, 10 cents a gallon.

Olive oil, weighing with immediate container less than 40 pounds, 71⁄2 cents per pound on contents and container: olive oil, not specially provided for, 6% cents per pound; Payne-Aldrich, oilve oil, not specially provided for in this section, 40 cents per gallon; in bottles, jars, kegs, tins or other packages containing less than 5 gallons each, 50 cents per gallon.

Cottonseed oil, 3 cents a pound; Payne-Aldrich and Underwood, free.

Cocoanut oil, 2 cents a pound; Payne-Aldrich, refined, deodorized cocoanut oil, 34 cents per pound; cocoanut oil, not specially provided for, free; Underwood, refined, deodorized cocoanut oil, 3 cents per pound; cocoanut, not refined and deodorized, free.

Peanut oil, 4 cents a pound: Payne-Aldrich, free; Underwood, 6 cents a gallon.

Soya bean oil, 2% cents a pound; Payne-Aldrich and Underwood, free.

Perfumery, including toilet waters, cosmetics etc., if containing alcohol, 40 cents a pound and 75 cents ad valorem; Payne-Aldrich, 60 cents a pound and 50%; Underwood, 40 cents and 60%. If not containing alcohol, 75%: Payne-Aldrich and Underwood, 60%.

Spirit varnishes, containing less than 5% of methyl alcohol, $2.20 a gallon and 25% ad valorem: Payne-Aldrich, $1.32 a gallon and 35: Underwood, containing less than 10% methyl, $1.32 a gallon and 15%; containing more than 5% methyl alcohol, 25% ad valorem; Payne-Aldrich, 35 cents per gallon; Underwood, no provision except above.

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Soap, castile, 15%; Payne-Aldrich, 14 cents a pound; Underwood, 10%. Perfumed toilet, 30%: Payne-Aldrich, 50%; Underwood, 30%. Unperfumed toilet, 30%; Payne-Aldrich, 20%; Underwood, 10%. All other soap and soap powder, 15%; Payne-Aldrich, 20%; Underwood, 5%.

Baking soda, cent a pound; Payne-Aldrich cent a pound: Underwood, cent. Table salt, in containers, 11 cents per 100 pounds; in bulk, 7 cents per 100 pounds; PayneAldrich, same; Underwood, free.

Starch, potato, 1% cents a pound; PayneAldrich, 14 cents; Underwood, 1 cent.

JEWELRY.

Diamonds and other precious stones, uncut, 10% Payne-Aldrich, free: Underwood, 10p.

Spectacles, eyeglasses and goggles, from 20 cents a dozen and 15% to 40% ad valorem: PayneAldrich, 20 cents and 15% to 50%; Underwood. 35%. Incandescent electric light bulbs and lamps, 20%; Payne-Aldrich, 45% to 60%: Underwood, 30%.

WOOD AND MANUFACTURES OF. Toothpicks, 25%; Payne-Aldrich, 2 cents thousand and 15%; Underwood, 25%. 1 Furniture of rattan, reed, willow or fibre, 60: Payne-Aldrich, 35% and 45%; Underwood, 15% and 25%. Furniture of wood, 33% Payne-Aldrich, 35%: Underwood, 15%.

Logs of fir, spruce, cedar or western hem lock, $1 a thousand board feet: Payne-Aldrich and Underwood, free.

Spanish cedar, ebony, mahogany, rosewood, etc., in the log, 10%; Payne-Aldrich and Under wood, free; in sawed boards, 15%; Payne-Aldrich, same; Underwood, 10%: in form of veneers, 20% Payne-Aldrich, same; Underwood, 15%.

PAPER.

Printing paper not specially provided for (es clusive of newsprint, which is free), 4 cent a pound and 10: Payne-Aldrich, from 5-10 cent a pound to 15; Underwood, 12%.

Writing, letter and note paper, plain, 3 cents a pound and 15%; Payne-Aldrich, same; Under wood, 25%.

Paper envelopes, plain, same rate as papër from which made, and 5%: Payne-Aldrich, 20%; Underwood, 15%.

Playing cards, 10 cents a pack and 20%; Payne Aldrich, 10 cents a pack and 20%; Underwood, 60%.

SUNDRIES.

Boxing gloves, baseballs, footballs, tennis rackets, bats and other similar athletic equip ment, 30% Payne-Aldrich and Underwood, no corresponding provision.

Ice and roller skates, 20%: Payne-Aldrich and Underwood, no corresponding provision. Shoes and other footwear, having uppers of wool, cotton, hair or silk, 35%: Payne-Aldrich and Underwood, no corresponding provision.

Hats, bonnets, etc., of straw, grass, horsehair, rattan, etc., blocked or trimmed, 50% (men's sewed straw hats valued at $9.50 or less per dozen 88"); Payne-Aldrich, 50% Underwood, 40.

Brooms, 15%; Payne-Aldrich, 40%; Underwood, 15.

Tooth brushes and other toilet brushes. 45; Payne-Aldrich, 40%; Underwood, 35%.

Dice, dominoes, billiard balls and poker chips, 50%; Payne-Aldrich, 50% or according to component material of chief value; Underwood, 50° Dolls and toys, 70%; Payne-Aldrich and Under

Pearls, and parts thereof, drilled or undrilled, not set or strung, 20%; Payne-Aldrich, 10%; Underwood, 35%. wood, 20%.

Imitation precious stones, cut or faceted, 20% not cut or faceted, 60%: Payne-Aldrich and Underwood, 20%.

Buckles, card cases, chains, cigar and cigarette holders and cases, collar, cuff and dress buttons, mesh bags, purses, etc., 80%: PayneAldrich, Underwood, 60%.

Watch movements, in cases or otherwise, from 75 cents each to $10.75 each; Payne-Aldrich, from 70 cents each to $3 each and 25% Underwood, 30% Watch cases and parts of watches, 45%; Payne-Aldrich, 40: Underwood, 30%.

Clocks and clock movements, $1 each and 45% to $4 each and 45; Payne-Aldrich, 40% to $1 each and 40%; Underwood, 30%.

EARTHENWARE AND GLASSWARE. Common yellow, brown or gray earthenware, undecorated, 15% ad valorem; Payne-Aldrich, 25%: Underwood, 15%; decorated, 20% ad valorem; Payne-Aldrich, 60%; Underwood, 20.

White granite and semi-porcelain earthenware and stoneware, undecorated, 45: Payne Aldrich, 55%: Underwood, 35%; decorated, 50%: Payne-Aldrich, 60%; Underwood, 40%.

China, porcelain and other vitrified wares, undecorated, 60% ad valorem; Payne-Aldrich, 55%; Underwood, 50; If decorated, 70%; Payne-Aldrich, 60% Underwood, 55%.

Plain glass bottles, from 1 cent a pound to 50 cents a gross; Payne-Aldrich, same; Underwood, 30%.

Illuminating articles of glass, 60%; PayneAldrich, blown, 60%; pressed, 45%; Underwood, blown, 45: pressed, 30%.

Table and kitchen articles and utensils of glass, 50% to 55%; Payne-Aldrich, 45% to 60%: Underwood, 30% to 45%.

Matches, in boxes containing not more than 100 matches, per gross of 144 boxes, & cents a gross Payne-Aldrich, 6 cents; Underwood, 3 cents.

Furs, dressed on the skin (excepting silver or black fox), 25%: Payne-Aldrich, 20%; Underwood. 30%.

Manufactures of furs, 40%; Payne-Aldrich, 35%; Underwood, 40%.

Silver or black fox skins, dressed, 50%; PayneAldrich, 20%; Underwood, 30%.

Wearing apparel, in chief value of fur not specially provided for, 50%: Payne-Aldrich and Underwood, same.

Hats, bonnets, etc., of fur, from $1.50 per dozen and 25% to $16 per dozen and 25%; PayneAldrich, from $1.50 per dozen and 20% to $7 per dozen and 20%; Underwood, 45%.

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Laces, lace window curtains (other than Nottingham), and burnt-out laces, Payne-Aldrich, 60% to 70%; Underwood, 60. Embroideries not specially provided for, and all fabrics and articles embroidered by hand or machinery, 75%; Payne-Aldrich and Underwood, 60%.

Bags, satchels and pocketbooks and other boxes and cases of leather, rawhide or parchment, 30: Payne-Aldrich, leather, 40%: Underwood, leather or parchment, 30%; if fitted with traveling, luncheon and similar sets, 45%: PayneAldrich, 50%; Underwood, 35%.

Leather gloves, men's, not over twelve inches in length, $5 per dozen pairs; women's and children's. not over the same length, $4 per dozen pairs; for each inch in length in excess thereof 50 cents a dozen pairs; cumulative duties of $2.40 per dozen

*Increased from 60% by proclamation of the President under Section 315 of the Tariff Act of 1922, effective March 14, 1926 (TD41374).

and similar household effects of persons or families
from foreign countries, not intended for sale.
Borax, crude: brass, old; bristles, crude: bullion;
gold or silver; linotype and all typesetting machines;
typewriters.
Shoe machinery; tar and oil-spreading machina
for road construction; chalk, crude; coal, anthracite
bituminous, culm, slack and shale and coke.*
Cocoa and cacao beans; coffee; coins of gold,
silver, copper or other metals; copper ore and copper
in plates, bars, ingots or pigs; cork wood or cork
bark; cotton; fans, common palm leaf, not orna-

airs when lined with cotton, wool or silk, and
4.00 when lined with leather or fur, and 40 cents
hen embroidered. Foregoing shall pay a duty
I not less than 50 nor more than 70 per centum
d valorem; Payne-Aldrich, from $1.25 to $4.75 a
osen pairs, cumulative duties of $1 per dozen
airs on lined gloves, 40 cents per dozen pairs on
ique and prix-seam and the same on stitched or
mbroidered with more than single strands or
rds: Underwood, from $1 to $2.50 per dozen
alrs, plus 25 cents per dozen pairs for each inch
I excess of 14 in length. Additional cumulative
utles of 25 cents when lined with cotton or veg-mented or decorated.
able fibre, 50 cents with silk, leather or wool,
ad $2 with fur; on pique and prix-seam gloves
⚫ embroidered, 25 cents.

Musical Instruments and parts not specifi-
lly provided for, 40%: Payne-Aldrich, 45%:
nderwood, 35%.

Phonographs and similar articles and parts, 15; Payne-Aldrich, 45%: Underwood, 25%. Rosaries, chaplets and similar articles of ligious devotion, of other than precious metals ⚫stones, from 15% to 30%; of precious metals or recious stones, 50%; Payne-Aldrich and Underood, no corresponding provision.

Pencils of materials other than metal, 45 cents
gross and 25%; Payne-Aldrich, 45 cents a gross
id 25%; Underwood, 36 cents per gross but not
$ than 25%.

Photographic cameras and parts, 20%; Payne-
drich, 45% Un.erwood, 15%.
Moving picture films, sensitized but not ex-
sed or developed, 4-10 of a cent a linear foot:
De-Aldrich, 25%: Underwood, free. Exposed
It not developed, 2 cents a linear foot; Payne-
drich, 25%: Underwood, 2 cents. Exposed and
veloped, 3 cents a linear foot; Payne-Aldrich
: Underwood, 3 cents. Positives in any form,
cent a linear foot; Payne-Aldrich, 1 cents;
nderwood, 1 cent.

Thermostatic bottles, jars and jugs, from
cents each and 45% ad valorem, to 30 cents
ch and 45%; parts of these, 55% ad valorem;
yne-Aldrich and Underwood, no corresponding
vision except for materials of chief value.
Umbrellas, parasols and sunshades, covered
ith material other than paper or lace, not em-
idered or appliqued, 40%; Payne-Aldrich, 50%;
nderwood, 35%.

FREE LIST.

Agricultural implements, including ploughs, tooth disk harrows, harvesters, reapers, agricultural ills and planters, mowers (except lawn mowers), serakes, cultivators, threshing machines, cotton ns, cream separators valued at not over $50 each, agons and carts.

Animals imported for breeding purposes; antiay ore; antitoxins, vaccines, serums and bacines; arsenic, sulphide of; asbestos, crude; bibles. Binding twine made from New Zealand hemp, Lamia, henequen, istle, sisal grass, or sunn; bread. Books, maps, music, engravings, etchings, bound ? unbound, if printed more than twenty years. ooks and pamphlets printed wholly or chiefly in reign languages.

Books, libraries, "usual and reasonable," furniture GENERAL INFORMATION FOR The Tariff Act provides that residents of the nited States returning from abroad may bring without the payment of duty all wearing apparel, ersonal and household effects taken by them Tom this country, and in addition $100 in value of racles acquired abroad for personal or household se or as souvenirs or curios, but not bought on mission or intended for sale.

The following list may be helpful (figures in
arentheses show per cent. ad valorem, duty).
Amber, manufactures thereof (20).
Ivory beads (45).

Imitation pearl beads (60).

Beads, in imitation of precious or semi-precious tones (45).

Cameos, cut but not set (20).

Coral, cut but not set (20).
Jewelry (80).

Books, foreign language, free.

Books, printed more than 20 years, free.

Books, unbound or bound other than in leather
t of foreign authorship, (15).

Books, bound in leather (25).
Card cases, leather (30).

Coins, in gold, silver, copper, or other metal, free.
Dolls and other toys (70).

Fur wearing apparel (50).

Perfumery, if containing alcohol, 40 cents per
und (75).

Perfumery, if not containing alcohol (75).
Oriental carpets or rugs (55).

Guano, basic slag, manures and other substances used chiefly for fertilizers; hair of horses and cattle; rope made of rawhide; hides of cattle; ice; India rubber and gutta-percha, crude; lodine, crude; iron ore; ivory tusks in their natural state.

Jet, unmanufactured; junk; boots and shoes made wholly or in chief value of leather; leather cut into shoe uppers, vamps or soles; asphalt and bitumen; lemon juice and lime juice, containing less than 2% of alcohol; wood pulp, mechanically ground and chemical; needles, hand sewing or darning; newspapers and periodicals.

Oil cake and oil-cake meal; oakum; whale and other fish olls of American fisheries; petroleum crude, and fuel oll; ores of gold, silver or nickel and of the platinum metals; parchment and vellum. Pearl, mother of, and shells, not sawed, cut, flaked or advanced in value from the natural state; personal effects, not merchandise, of citizens of the United States dying in foreign countries; phosphates, crude and apatite; platinum, unmanufactured or in ingots, bars, sheets or plates.

Potassium chloride and sulphate; quinine sulphate; radium and salts of: shrimps and lobsters; silk, raw, and silk cocoons and silk waste; soldium nitrates, sulphate, crude, or salt cake and nitre cake. Standard newsprint paper; sulphur in any form, and sulphur ore; wood, tar and pitch of; tea; teeth, natural.

Tin ore and black oxide of tin, provided that there shall be imposed upon black oxide of tin a duty of 4 cents a pound and upon bar, block, or pig tin a duty of 6 cents a pound when the American mines are producing 1,500 tons of cassiterite and bar, block and pig tin a year.

Turpentine, gum, and spirits of, and rosin; tallow, vegetable; wax; wire, barbed, whether plain or galvanized; paintings, original, in oil, mineral, water or other colors, and original sketches: art, works of, productions of American artists residing temporarily abroad.

White arsenic; bananas; brock*, common house; cement*, Portland; cotton, both long and short staple; cyanide; fish for fertilizer; gloves made from cattle leather; gunpowder, sporting powder.

Potassium nitrate, or saltpetre, crude; shingles: tin, in bars, blocks or pigs; wood, logs, timber, round, unmanufactured, hewn, sided or squared.* Posts, paving, railroad ties and telephone, electric light, etc., poles; pickets, palings, hoops and staves; potash."

*Countervailing duty as to countries imposing duties upon like articles imported from the United States.

INCOMING OCEAN TRAVELERS.
Silk wearing apparel (60).
Embroidered wearing apparel (75).
Smokers' articles (60).

Returning residents of the United States must declare all articles acquired abroad, in their baggage or on their persons, whether by purchase, by gift, or otherwise, and whether dutiable or free of duty.

Articles belonging to one passenger cannot be included in the exemption of another.

Use does not exempt from duty wearing apparel or other articles obtained abroad. Such articles which have been used abroad may, however, be specifically noted on the declaration and due allowance will be made by the appraising officers for depreciation through wear and use and duties charged upon the articles at their value in their condition as imported.

Passengers must not deduct the $100 exemption in making out their declarations. Such deductions will be made by customs officers on the pier.

The exact number of pieces of baggage accompanying a passenger must be stated in the declaration, including trunks, valises, boxes, hand bags, and packages or bundles of every kind.

Passengers dissatisfied with values placed upon dutiable articles by the customs officers on the pler may demand re-examination.

Examination of any baggage may be postponed if the passenger requests the officer taking his declaration to have the baggage sent to the appraiser's stores.

YEAR.

UNITED STATES ALIEN IMMIGRATION STATISTICS.
TOTAL IMMIGRANTS ADMITTED FROM ALL COUNTRIES, BY FISCAL YEARS
Number. YEAR. Number. YEAR. Number. YEAR. Number. YEAR.

Number

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YEAR.
(Fiscal).

ADMITTED.

Total 36,573,

admission "because they committed crimes invol ing moral turpitude," according to the Commission General of Immigration. This was the issue raise in the case of the Countess of Cathcart, which successfully fought.

ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF ALIEN

1909.

1910..

1911.

1912.

1913.

1,197,892

1914.

1,218,480

1,403,081

1915.

434,244

DEPARTED. Non-ImNonImmigrant. migrant. Total. Emigrant. Emigrant. Total. 751,786 192,449 944,235 225,802 174,590 400,392 543.848 1,041,570 156,467 1,198,037 202,436 177,982 380,418 817.619 878,587 151,713 1,030,300 295,666 222,549 518,215 512.085 838,172 178,983 1,017,155 333,262 282,030 615,292 401,863 229,335 1,427,227 308.190 303,734 611.924 184,601 326,700 107,544

Net Increas

303,338

330,467

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815.303 633,805 769.271 384,174 50,076

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240,807 125,940

1917.

295,403

67,474

362,877

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216.498

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98,683 237,021 123,522 92,709 621,576 288,315 139.747

94,585

193,268 18,585

216,231

20.791

428,062

193,514

1921.

805,228 172,935

978,163

247,718

178,313

426,031 552,132

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