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UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE
Bureau of Agricultural Economics

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EPOSITORY








TARIFF RATES

ON REPRESENTATIVE AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTS UNDER

TARIFF ACTS OF 1930 AND 1922


Washington, D. C.
June, 1931


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Contents

Page
Introduction.......................................................................................... 1 !
Sugar, molasses, and related products....................................... 2 i
Tobacco.................................................................................................... 4 I
Livestock and other live animals except live poultry and
b i r d s ............ ...................................... ............................................... 5
Meats ....................................................................................................... 6
Animal and fish oils and fats and wax....................................... 7
Vegetable oils expressed or extracted....................................... 8
Oilbearing raw materials.................................................................. 10
Dairy products and substitutes...................................................... 11
Poultry and other birds.................................................................... 13
Eggs of poultry.................................................................................... 15
Grain and grain products.................................................................. 16
Fodders and feeds................................................................................ 18
Fruits...................................................................................................... 20
Vegetables.............................................................................................. 24
N u t s .......................................................................................................... 2 8
Grass and other forage crop seeds................................................ 30
Other garden and field seeds.......................................................... 31
Cotton and other vegetable fibers................................................ 32
Wool and hair........................................................................................ 33
Hides, skins, and leather................................................................ 36
Furs and fur skins.............................................................................. 40
Miscellaneous........................................................................................ 40
Index........................................................................................................ 41








TARIFF RATES ON REPRESENTATIVE AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTS
UI0DR TARIFF ACTS OF 1930 &iD 1922



By C. F. Wells, Associate Agricultural Economist, Division of
Statistical and Historical Research


Introduction

The following tabulation includes tariff rates on both free and
dutiable agricultural products. It mentions only those articles that are
specifically mentioned in the T-.riff Act of 1930 or the Tariff Act of 1922.
There are 416 named items in 3chedule 7, "Agricultural Products and Provisions."
In addition, this tabulation includes certain items from Schedules 1, 5, 6, 8,
9, 10, 11, and 16. But many agricultural products are dutiable although not
specifically mentioned in the Tariff Acts, for unless a neo-enumerated article
is classified as ori the freu list, it is necessarily dutiable under one of the
so-called "basket-cl:;.usos" in the dutiable list. There are 47 of these
"basket clauses" in: Schedule 7 alone of tho 1930 Act.

Under Section 336, the so-called "flexible provision," the Tariff
Commission may recommend a change in rate of duty not to exceed 50 per cent
of the rate of duty:specified in the Tariff Act and the President may make
the change recommended. The following tabulation includes all such changes
in rates made-under the flexible provision since the passage of the 1922
Tariff Act up:to the date of this compilation.

All rates established by Presidential proclamation are carried in the
body of the tabulation; the date of the change and the former rate are
carried in footnotes. Thus, the material in this publication furnishes a
complete history of each rate from September 21, 1922 to the date of release
of this report. Anyone who wishes to be informed of changes in these tariff .-
rates as soon as such changes occur may have his name placed on a mailing list
to receive such information by making request of the Division of Statistical
and Historical Research, Bureau of Agricultural Economics, Washington, D. 0C.

The description of the product is in the words used in the 1930 Act
unless otherwise specifioa and the statement of the unit of quantity is in the
words. of t.ho respective acts.
Cuba. Unless free of duty all articles produced in Cuba and imported by the
United States receive a reduction of 20 per cent from the import duties listed
in this report. Items frooee of duty are so specified in footnotes.
Philippines. All- products of the Philippines are admitted into the United
States free of duty.
Abbreviations:-"n.s.p.f." stands for'"not specially provided for,"
"ad val." stands for ad valorem. An ad valorem duty is
levied upon a commoditycaccording to its value.







TARIFF RATES ON SUGAR, MOLASSES, AND BELATED PRODUCTS 5

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: Tariff Act of 1922
Product :
(6s I.escribed in 1930 Act) : Ppr.: Rate of dutv


STsrif' Act of 1930 i


*Pr. Rate of i
;Par.: Rate of &uitrf


Sugar cane in its natural
tate.......................


* S

:503 : $


Sugar beets................... 764

Sugars, tanc bottoms, sirups
of cane juice, melada, con- :
centrated melada, concrete :
and concentrated molasses,
testing by the polariscope, :-
not above 75 sugar degrees, :
and all mixtures containing :
sugar and water, testing by :
the polariscope aJove 50D
sugar degrees and not above :
75 sugar degrees............ : 501

For each additional sugar de- :
gree shown by the polaris- :
copic test (fractions of a
degree in proportion).......: 501

Sugar contained in dried sugar :
cane or in sugar cane in any:
other than its natural state: 503


S

S
*


:80C#
*


per ton of
2000 lbs.

per long ton


:a/1.244 per lb.





: 0.0464 per lb.



75f of the rate
: of duty applica-
Sble to manufac-
tured sugar of
: like polaris-
conic test.


: 504 : $2.50 per ton oa
2000 Ibs.

: 766 804 per ton of
S2000 lbs.

:
*


* *



S*


: 501 :a/ 1.71254 per lb.




501 0.0375t per 1b.



504 75" of the rate

of d-uty applicar
ble to manufac-
: 5 turned sugar of
: : like' polaris-
:copic test.


a/ Of the total imports for consumption of sugar plus shipments of sugar to
the United States from Hawaii and Porto Rico- in the calendar year, 1929t
about two-thirds was dutiable, most of th. free sugar coming in from the.
Philiprines, Hawaii and Porto Rico. Of the two-thirds that was dutiable
about 87 per cent consisted of 95 and 96 degree sugar imported for consibTp-
tion from Cuba, dutiable under the 1922 Act at 2.16J and 2.2064 per pound
less 20 per cent or.1.72804 and 1.76480 per poeuid. Comparable rates under
the 1930 Act on imports from Cuba ?.re 2.46254 and 2.54 per pound less 2Q per
'cent or"1.97? and 2.04 pet pound,. All sugar, theC growth or product of the
Philippjnes or the Virgin Islands, is'free.


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TARIFF RATES ON SUGAR, MOLASSES, A-D RJLATED PRODUCTS Continued


Product Trxiff Act of 1922 : Tariff Act of 1930
( 3 described in 1930 Act) .... .. ..
Ctd.sr dn 3A :Prar. :-.Rate of duty_ : Par.: Rate of duty
9
Molasses and sua-r sirups, '
n.s.p.f.: :
Testing not above 48% : :
total sugars ........... ....: 502 per gl. : 502 : 5 / per gal.
Testing above 48% total :
sugars for each per cent :
of total sugars and frac- : :
tions of a %o in proportion : 502' a/ 0.,275$ per gr.l: 502 :a/ 0.2754 per gal.
: : a additional : additional

Uolasses not -imported to- be
Scommercia'lly used for the :
extraction of sugar or for ;
human consumption........... 502 b........ 502 : ........... 502.: 0.034 per lb. of
S" ; total sugars

Honey..........................: 716 3$ p' .r lb. :. 716 3: per lb.

Maple sugar ..................... 503 4: per lb. : 503 :c/ 6 per lb.

Maple sirup..................... 503 : 4$ pcr lb. : o503 :d/ 4$ per lb.
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a/ Bulk of this edible molasses and sugar sirup imported for co-sumption in
1929 tested from 63 to '69% mostly 59%. 1l61asses and sirup testing 69A is
dutiable at 6.025$ per gallon. Imports from.CCuba receive a 20% reduction in
the tariff and imports from the Philippines are free.
b/ The provision in $.he '1922 Act was on a different basis. The duty in the
1922 Act varied with the per cent of total sugar in the molasses, whereas the
duty in the 1930 Act is based 'on totcl sug.r- content. The Act of 1922 read
"molasses testing not above 52% total sugars not imported to be commercially
used for the extrbiction of sugar or for numan consumption, 1/6 of a cant per
gallon; testing above 52% and nit above 565% total *sugars not imported to be
commercially used for extraction of sugar or for huml n consumption, 1/6 of a
cent per gallon additional for each per cent of total sugars (above 52) and
fractions of a per cent in proportion."'' I..ports from Cuba receive a 20,%
reduction in duty and imports from the Philippines ,.re frse.
c/ 84 in 1930 Act but reduced by Presidcnitial proclamation effective on and
after March 7, 1931.
d/ 5s1 in 1930 Act but reduced by Presideitial proclamation effective on and
after March 7, 1931.


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TARIFF RATES 01; TOBACCO a/


Product : Tariff Act of 1922 : Tariff Act of 1i
(bA described in 1930 Act) : Par.: Rate of dutj : Par.' Rate of di.
6 4 6 6
---------6____________! ___ _________ 6--6- _


2
6
6

Wrapper tobacco, and filler b/ :
tobacco when mixed or .packed. :
with more than 35% of wrapper :
tobacco, and all 1-eaf tobacco h3-
the product of two or more
countries or dependencies when.:
mixed or packed together:
Uns temmed *. : ....... 66 66
Stemmed ..... .. ...:


Filler tobacco, n.s.p.f.: b/
Unstemmed ...******..*.*.:
Stemmed 6..........:
9


2
S
S
*
*

6
*


601
601O


6


601 :
601.


:
.
;
; a
a *
S
.

*6
*0

2.i0 per lb.; 601
2.75 per lb.: 601
2.5 e lb. .81

I
35# per. lb.. : 601 :
50# per lb. : 601 :
*S
*S


2.927j- per Nb. ,
2.9 2-= per .. b ..,.; ....



350 per lb.
50 per lb.


Scrap tobacco ..................: 603

Tobacco stems: : :
Not cut, ground or
pulverized 9*. p.*.* :1686
Cut, ground.or pulverized .: 604.


S
*
6
a


6
All other tobacco manufactured. :
or unmanufactured, n.s.p.f. b/: 6P03
6



a/Free if the product of the Philippine
a 20% reduction in the above duties.
b/ Both acts contain the following: The
this title moc.ns that quality of leauf
color, texture, and burn, and is of a
and the term "filler tobacco" moans a


35. per .lb.. .:. 6D03 .. 35$. per Ulb
6 .
a '

d Frna :1787 :. .-. Free
55g per lb. 604 5.5 per lb..
I : ..;
6' ; "

55 por lb. : 603 t 556 per lb.
6 I : ... S .,..:.
___ :'___:.-- :dvl:.:


Islands. Imports from Cuba recelvo e ,

Storm "wrapper tobacco" as used in "'ff,
Tobacco which his the requisite :
lufficiont size for cigar wrappers, ;;
ll other leaf tobacco. la

It


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T.tRIFF RATES O LIVES3TOC20X AO 0.-R LIVr AflIML3LS a/


Product t Qf 1922 : Tariff Act of 1930
(As described in 1930 Act). ..-PaN Rate of duty Par. RLte of duty
--- --- --- : -.. *. U: -----


Cattle (except for breeding) a
Weighing less than 700 Ibs. each, "701
Weighing 700 lbs. or more each : -701

Sleep exceptt for -bregjing1) ..... :702
= @@ .


Lambs .. .
!
Goats (except for breeding) *.

Swine (except for breeding) ......:

Horses and mules unless imported
fQo.r immediate slaughter (or
breeding):
Valued at not more than 4150 per:
head *......... *....*........:
Valued at more than .4150 per head

Horses and mules imported for
immediate slaughter .............t


702

703


.714
.714

f


Any purebred pedigreed animal :.
except black or silver foxes im- : :
ported by an American citizen :
specially for brooding purposes : 1.506

Animals brought into the United .
States for specified purposes f/ : 1507

Live game animals imported for
stocking purposes ..............o.:

Live animals, vqrtebrate, and 'in- :
vertebrate n.s.p.f. ............: 715


a S
:b/ 1-i2 per lb.:
;J/ 2V per lb. :


701
701


:.42 per head 2 702

:c/ "2 per head: 702
S:
. 2 per head : 702


: t per lb.
i. :


:d/430 per head:
4/ 20% ad val.:
*


3
S


S
'21
a
S
S


a
: Free
a
t
. Y r
:. .Free


U
S
a


*
*
703 :
*
*
*
*


232 per lb.
3V per lb.

$3 per head

p3 per head

$3 per head

S20 per lb.


a
714 : 30 per head
714 20% ad val.


1695 Free
1695- : Free
2


: .
* 1

:1606(a):


1 60
: 1607 :
. : .:


:g/ 15% ad val.: 1682 .:

: :
: 15?3 ad val : 715 :


Free


Free


Free


15% ad val.


a/ Exclusive of live poultry, game birds and oth',?r live birds which arc listed
in this tabulation uiihder "P6ultry and Game Birds".
b/ In the 1922 Act the weight classes were "less than 1,050 pounds" and "1,050
pounds and over".
C/ Lambs not specially mentioned in 1922 .-tGt but dutiable as sheep.
/ The words "unless.imported for immediate slaughter" new in 1930 Act.
N/ ot special mentioned in 1922 Act but dutiable as horses and mul,.s,
Paragraph 714.
j Includes animals brought in for a period not exceeding six months for
breeding, exhibition or competition for prizes offered by any agricultural,
polo or racing association; also teams owned by persons emigrating to the
United Statos; also wild animals for exhibition not for sale or profit.
g/ Nut specially mentioned in 1922 Act but dutiable under Para-graph 715.
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-.TARIFF RATES ON DA=S a/


Product .-. .
(as described in 1930 Act)


* ... .3
U
*


Beef,- fresh, chilled or frozen
Veal, fresh, chilled or frozen

Mutton, fresh, chilled or frozen
Lamb, fresh, chilled or frozen

Goat meat, fresh chilled or'
frozen .......................


Tariff.-Act..of 1922 s Tariff Act of


Par. 'Bate of duty : Par.: Rat, of d
3


m i I -Z .


a
t a


701
701


:
:
*
*
:
*
*


Pork, fresh, chilled cr frozen ..:
Bacon ....... ....... ....... *... S
Hams S ....SS O. s..... ...... s... :
Shoulders *.GSs****. a .. a ..aa..:
Other: pork prepared cr preserved :

Reindeer moat, fresh, chilled or :
frozen ......................e:
Vonison, fresh, chilled or
frozen **.aa.. ae.a......a...s:
Game animals killed in foreign :
countries by residents of the :
United States and imported' by :
them for non-commercial
purposes ......................:
Other game (except birds) fresh, :
chilled or frozen n.s.pf.' *...:


Other meats, fresh, chilled,`
frozen, prepared 3r preserved
not specially provided'fore o/


a
a


.b/


702 mb/
702 :/


702 :b/
a

703 :b/

703 :
703
703 :
703


704 :c/


704 :c/





- :


a
704 c/
:




706 :b/
V
706.b
3-* *


3 por
30 per


3par
'4 pur


2- per

2 per
2.d per
20 per
20" per
20, per


42 per

40 per





40 per

40 per
40< pur




20% ail*
2gao
2 .wr


* .' t


3
I $

: U
'Ib. 701
lb.: 701 :
. ,* : 3'
lb.: 702
lb.: 702 i


lb. 702 :
S

lb.: 703
lb.: 703 a
lb.: 703.t
lb.: 703 :
lb.: 703 :

: |
lb.: 704 :
2 3

lb.: 704 :


l: 6 :
S


lb.: 704 :
: :

: :
S
6

vlb.:1762 3

lb. 704
6


per
per


2
2
3
Ua
a-


a/ Other than dressed poultry, game and other birds listed in this tabulation'
under "Poultry and Game Birds".
b/ The words "chilled or frozen" new in 1930 Act.
j The words "fresh, chilled' or frozen" new in 1930 Act.
/ Not specially mentioned in 1922 Act but dutiable under Par. 704 as game.
W/ Includes canned, pickled and cured moats except pork.


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57 per Ib.*



:" : .:" .mE" :' .
50 por lb. i".

5^ per lb.

Super lb.
Super lb.
per lb...


60 per lb.

6e per lb.


Free

61 per lb.




4 per lb. but
iot loss than
)0% ad vale


&


@





TARITF WATES ON ANIMAL AND FISH 6itLS Al;D FATS a/
AND WAX


Product
(as described in 1930 Act)


Beeswax, bleached ............b/
Unbleached ............... ./
Cod liver oil ................
Cod oil .................. ...
Eulachon oil .................
Herring oil ..................
Lard .........................
Lard compounds and lard substi-
tutes ............ .... ....
Marrow, crude ................
Menhaden oil .................
Oleo oil and oleo stearin ....
Seal oil ... .................
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Tariff Act of 1922 : Tariff Act of 1930
Par. Rate of duty pan : Rate of duty


1458:


25' ad N


- -: Free
1630: Free
1650: Free


- -:d/o
53:d/-
703:

703:
1615:
53:d/
701:
55:
rr, ,- j


/20gS ad
5 $ per
1i per

4 4 per
Free
5 $ per
1 $ per
6 $ per
I- -


ral.



val.
gal.
lb.

lb.

gal.
lb.
gal.


1556:

1730:
1730:
1730:
52:d/
703:

703:
1715:
52:d/
701:
52:d/
rf> 53"/


30o; ad val.
Free
Free
Free
Free
5 j per gal.
3 $ per lb.

5 $ per lb.
Free
5 per gal.
1 j per lb.
6 $ per gal.
a- J _


Zuu u ..................... :. O3: o b per gal. : oc :a/ p per gal.
Sperm, crude ................ 53: 10 per gal. : 52: 10 per gal.
Refined or otherwise processed: 55: 10$ per gal. : 52: 14$ per gal.
Spermaceti wax ............... :f/ Free 52:d/ 6 $ per lb.
Tallow ....................... 701: % $ per lb. 701: A per lb.
Whale oil .................... : 53:d/ 6 / per gal. : 52:d/ 6 $ per gal.
Wool grease
Containing over 2% free fatty :
acids .................... _-:g/ -- 52: 1 per lb.
Containing 2- or less of free :
fatty acids and not suitable:
for medicinal use ........ : -:g/ ------ 52: 2 per lb.
Suitable for medicinal use in-: :
cluding adeps lanae, hydrous:
or anhydrous ............ : -:g/ 52: 3 per lb.
All other animal and fish oils
fats and greases not specially:
provided for ............... 53:d/h/20,. ad val. : 52:d/ 20% ad val.
Animal wax not specially provid-:
ed for ..................... 16953: Free 1796: Free _____
a/ Other than dairy products and dairy product substitutes listed in t: is tabu-
lation under "Dairy products and substitutes."
b/ Act of 1922 specified "white bleached beeswax". Tree if imported from Cuba.
0/ Not specially mentioned in either Act but free as "Wax: Animal, n..s.p.f."
1922 Act Paragraph 1693 and paragraph 1796 Act of 1930.
d/ But if the product of American fisheries it is free under paragrvoh 1630 of
given Act.
e/ Not specially mentioned in 1922 Act but dutiable under Paragraph 53 as "all
fish oils n.s.p.f.,".
f/ Not specially mentioned in 1922 Act but free under P..ragraph 1693.
g/ The description in 19L'2 Act is not directly comparable. The following is
from Paragraph 53: "Wool grease, crude, including that known commercially as
degras or brown wool grease, A $ por lb.; wool grease, not crude, including
adeps lanae, hydrous and anhydrous, li per pound."
h/ 1922 Act read "All fish oils and all other animal oils fats and creases not
specially provided for."


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use.as food or for any but :
mechanical or manufacturing
purposes ................... :
Olive oil not specially pro- :
vided for .................. :
Palm kernel oil ..............:
Rendered unfit for use as :
food or for any but mechani-:
I.aj 1 iL jj vC LtiI* IIU' r_. fl


1632: Free


54:
1632:


6u$ per lb.
Free


1732:

53:
54:


Free

6Y per lb.
1 1 per lb.


CoA e ... .. .. .... 0.: man uf r pFLr-
poses :...................... f/ Free :1732: Free
Pel nOeil ....................o 1632: Free 172: '.Free
a/ Nut including oils distilled or essential such as Eucalyptus oil, grape-
fruit oil, lemon oil, orange oil, peppermint oil, etc. Oilcake and oilcake
meal are listed in this tabulation under "Fodders and Feeds".
b/ Uoz specially mentioned in either Act but free as "wax: vegetable not
specially provided for" under Par. 1693 Act of 1922 and Par. 1796 Act of 1930S.
C/ Free if the product of the Philippines or Cuba.
T/ Act of 1922 description was "linseed or flaxseed oil, raw, boiled, or
oxidized". Rate increased from 3-3/10 cents per pound by Presidential pro-
clamation effective July 25, 1929.
a/ From. the passage of the 1922 Act until March 1930 tics merchandise was
held to be dutiable at 25 per cent under Paragraph 58 rather than as linseed
oil under P&ragraph 54. In March 1930 Treasury Decision No. 43910 held that
a mixture of vegetable oils composed of 95 per cunt linseed oil was dutiable
as linseed oil under paragraph 54.
f/ Not specially mentioned in 1922 Act but froo under Paragraph 1632 as Palm
K7:rnel oil.


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TARIFF RATES ON VEGETABLE OILS EXPRESSED OR EXTRACTED _/

Prdc -T -- :Tariff Act of 1922 : Tariff Act of 1Q3*"t
Product ::;::;:' ^.
C
(as described in 1930 Act).. par. Rate of duty : Pnr.: Rate of duty .
: : ::::,

Almond oil, sweet ............ 1632: Frea : 1732: Free
Cacao butter ...............: 775: 25% ad valorem : 777C: 255 ad valorewm-..
Carnauba wax ...............b/ Free: -: rp
Castor oil ................... 54: 3 /- per lb. : 5'' 3 per Ib =:
Coconut oil ................ c/ 55: '2 per lb. : 54':' 2 / per lb.
Cottonseed oil ...............: 55: 3 per lb. : 54: 3 per lb. .
Croton oil ................... : 1632: Free 1752:' Freei
Flaxseed oil (see linseed oil): : : :i
Hempseed oil .................: 54: ly:per lb. : 53: 1/ per ib, M,
Linseed or flaxseed oil .,...: 54:d/3-7/10g per lb. : b3: 4S per lb.
and combinations and mixtures : :,
of chief value of such oil --- 53: 421 per b.
Olive oil weighing with immed-: : :
iate container less than 40 : : : :
lbs., on contents and con- : : : :
tainer ..................... 54: 7 per lb. : 53: 9- per lb.
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TARIFF RATES 0N VEGET13L3S 0oiLS XPPLSE3ED OR EX2BnCTED Continued


Product L TrlT 1 Act of 1926: Tariff act cf 1930
(as described in 1930 Act)" 'Par.e Rate'uf duty: Par.: Rate cf dutj
___________________* .*___________


2
Peanut oil .... : .: 55
Pfrilla oil .......mechan
Poppy seed oil .p..... ...... .... : 54
Rapesood oil ........ ......... ......:54
Rendered unfit for use as food -,r :
for any but mechanical or
manufacturing purposes ..........: ---
Se a3rno oil .........................:163
Renderod unfit for use as food or :
for any but mechanical or
manufacturing purposes ...........:
Soy-bean oil s/ ....................: 55


Sunflower seed oil rendered unfit :
for use as food or fi:r any but
mechanical or manufacturing
purposes ..... ............ ...... : ---
Tung oil ........... ........ ... :... :1632
Vegetable tallow ...................:1691
All other expressed or extri.cted I
vegetablee) oils not specially
provided for h/ ....................: 54
Nut oils not specially provided for :1632
Combinations and mixtures -of animal,:
vegetable or mineral oils or of any:
of them (except combinations or
mixtures containing essential or :
distilled oils) with or without
other substances and n.s.p.f. ....*: 58
Wax, vegetable, n.s.p.f. ...........:1693


C/



d/






:i']



S


S S


40 per lb.: 54
Free :1732
20 per lb.: 53
60 pur gal: 53


60 per ga].l:1732
Free : 54


Free :1732
2- per lb.1 54





205 ad val.':1732
SFroe :1732
Free :1794


20%J ad val.: 53
Free :1732





25% ad val.: 57
Free :1796


j Described in 1922 Act as "poppy seed oil, raw, boiled, or oxidized."
b/ But most rapeseed oil entering the United States is not used for edible
purposes@
c/ Not specially mentioned in 1922 Act but dutiable under Paragraph 54 as
rapeseed oil.
: d/ Not specially mentioned in 1922 Act but free under Paragraph 1632 as
sesame oil.
e/ Free of duty if the growth or product of Cuba.
; Not specially mentioned in 1922 Act but dutiable under Paragraph 54 as "all
Other expressed or extracted oils n.s.p.f."
j/ 1922 Act specified "Chinese mand Japanese" tung oil.
d h/ But not including distilled or essential oils.
i. IJ "But not less than the rate applicable to the component material subject
FT:. to the highest route of duty".


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: 4 per lb.
Free
2V per lb.
:b/ 6 pur gal.


Free
: 3 per lb.


: Free
: 3- per lb.
Sbut nct
less than
4572 ad vwl.


Free
Free
: Free


20% -;c val.
Fr,...





:4/ 25% ad v.l.
: Free
2 _________






TARIFF RATES ON OILBEARING RAY'7 :ATERIALS j/


Product : Tariff It. of 1922 r. iff Ac- of 1930
(as described in 1930 Act) : Pa, S BRato of dity P;Tr Rat: of d'.t"
*
ALpricot and poach kernels .: 760 : 3 par lb. : 762 : 3 per lb.
Castor beans : 760 : per .lb. .*: -762 4 -per lb.
Copra .. .. :1626 : Froo .. :1727-: Free
Cottonsoeed b/. : 760 : 1/3% -per lb. 762 :- 1/3 per lb.
.Flaxsood .. : 760 :c/56 per bu..-of 762 : 65 per bu.of
: : 56 1bs. 56 lbs.
Hompsoeod . .:1626 Froo :1727 Froee
Ka.po.: seed .. .: :1727 Free
Palm nut kernels .. :1026 : Froee :1727 : Free
Palm nits .. :1326 : Frooee :1727 : Free
Poe.rnuts (Listed under "Nuts"): : :
Perilla seed .... :1626: Free *- :1727 Free
P:ppy seed : 760 ; 32 -per .100 lbs: 762 :32 per 100 lbs.
Rapeseed. . :1626: Frooee :1727 : Free
Rubber seed . : -. : :1727 : Free
Seasamc seed :1626: Free :1727: Free
Soy beans : 760 : per lb. : 762 : 2 per lb.
Sunflowor seed : 760 : 2 per lb. : 762 : 2 per lb.
Ian I nuts .. .. :1626 : Free- : 1727 : Free
Seeods and nuts, not specially: : :- :
provided for wvhon-the oils : : .
derived therefrom are free :1626 : Free :1727 : Free

SOther than products listed in'this tibulation under "Iluts" and other than
raw matorialsiusod in making distilled and essential oils. Oilcaicc ?.nd
oilcalke meal are listed in this tabulation under "Feodders r.nd Foods". Cocoa
or 'cacao bc-ns are n:t hero listed bocause though th. sourc. of much cacao
butter yot tlhey aro principally used fr the production of chocolate a-nd
coc oa.
t/ Free of duty if the growth or product of. Cuba.
Cj O original rate in 1922 .:ct 40 cents par bushel increased by Presidential
proclamation effective June 13, 1929.


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T.RIF. RAts3 OE DAIRY Q;0UC '2 3 UBT XT'LTES


Frisduct : Taritf-Act,-of. 19,2S. :..-Taiff Act of' 1930
(as described in 1930 Act): Par.' R-to of duty : Par.: Rate of duty
S 0: :
.-


Whole milk:
Fresh a/.................: 707
Sour a .. .. . .6: 707

Skimmed milk:
Fresh ...................: 707
Sour .............. .....: 707
0
Buttermilk .......... ..... .: 707

Cream, fresh or sour a/d/ .: 707

Milk, condensed or
evaporated:
In air-tight containers- :
Unsweetened ...........: 708
Swootened ......... : 708
All other .............d : 708

Dried cream ... ........: 708
: : 0 :
Dried whole milit ......... : 708

Dried skimmed milk ........: 708

Dried buttermilk... .......: --

Malted milk, and compounds :
or mixtures of, or substi-:
tutes for, milk or cream .: 708


707
707


707
707


:scI 6i# per gal.
:c/ 61- per gal.


:c/2-l/20q per gal.
:c/2-l/20 per gal.


*
*


b/ 3-2R per gal. :

: gal
:b/ 3I per gal. :
: 1/ l per gal. :
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:o/ 300 per gal.





:f/ 1l per lb. :
:E 11 per lb.
1-3/8g p-'r lb.:

:,g/ 7 per lb.

:z/ 30 per lb.


:g/ per lb.



*20, ad Val.
0~dvl


: 1-6/10 per lb.
:2-3/4V per lb.
:2-53/100C per lb.


708 :h/12-l/30 per lb.

708 :h/6-1/12 per b.
,
708 :h/ 30 per lb.

708 :h/ 3' per lb.



708 : 35% ad val.


a/ Fresh or sour milk containing moro than 7% (Act of 1922) and 5-- (Act
of 1930) of butterfat dutiable as cream.
b/ Par. 707 of the Tariff Act of 1922 did not distinguish between whole
and skimmed milk but placed a duty of 21,. per gal. on fresh milk and
1i per gal. on sour milk. The rz-te on fresh milk was incr-esea to
M per gal. by Presidontial proclamation, effective June 13, 1929.
c/ Skimmed milk containing mere than 1% of butterfat dutiable as whole milk.
A/ tr~-h or sour cream containing more than 45% of butterfat dutiable as
butter.
e/ Rate under 1922 Act, 200 per gal., increased to 30( per gal. by Presi-
dential proclamation, effective June 13, 1929.
/ In hermetically sealed containers.
!/ Act of 1922, creum powder, whole milk powder, skimmed milk powder.
h/ Act of 1930: "Provided that dried skimmed milk containing more than
3% of butterfat, and iried buttermilk containing more than 6% of butter-
fat shall be dutiable as dried whole milk and dried whole milk contain-
ing more than 35% of butterfat shall be dutiable as dried cream."


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: :


707 : 2-1/20V per gUl.

707 : 56-6/lo0 per g-l.


708
708
706


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TARIFF RATES ON DAIRY PRODUCTSM :Ajf MM1MfttiLfd4ofttini na

.. ... ... ..i


.. .. ."':p


: Tariff Act of 1922 :


:Triff Act of 1930 .i


(as described i'1930 Act) : Par. :
V


Rate of duty Par:


Bate of duty '
.. **':!!


*


Butter a/ 709
.

Oleomargarine and other butter
substitutes .. : 709

*Cheese and substitutes
* therefore ...... j ; 710




'Casein or lactareze and'
mixtures of which casein or :
lactarene is thd component
material of chief vale : 19

Oompounds of casein in bJlocks,:
-sheets, rods, tubes or
other forms, not made Into :
finished or partly finished. :
Articles : 353

Casein glue .' .'. .. ; 42


*a
124,per lb.s 709
.. .; .
: .. ,, :

8# per ib.: 709 :
S S
*S


:2/'
*/




Sbut
a









* ..
U'



S


a/ Fresh or sour-cream:containing more than 45 per cent of bi
dutiable as butter. ..


Rate under 1922 Act, 8 cents per pound, increased to 12 cents per pound
by Presidential proclamation, effective April 6, 1926.

c/ Cheese having:the eye formation characteristic of the Swiss Type,
7 cents per pound, but-not less than 37-i par *eant ad valorem by Presideontial
proclamation, effective July 8, 1927. Not specifically mention& in Ac-t of
1930.
4/ Described merely as casoin or lactareno in Act Of 1922.


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Product


14$ per lb.


14$ per lTb


7$ per lb.
but not less than:
35% ad. valorem
i:i

,,:'






514 per lb.







25$ per lb.

30q ad val.


utterfat
:::


.*. ? S .1
5$per Ib. 710
not less tlan:
ad valorem'
S

*

S
22W per lb..: 19





:
25 per lb. .33 4
25j* adavil. "41


, I








TARIFF RATES ON POULTRY AN] OTI-SE BIRDS /


Product
(as described in 1930 Act)


Baby chicks of poultry .

Chickens
Live .. .
Dead, dressed or undressed,
fiesh, chilled or frozen :

Ducks
Live .. .
Dead, dressed or undressed, :
fresh, chilled or frozen

Game birds
Live, imported.for stocking :
purposes .. .
Killed in foreign countries :
by residents of U. S. and :
imported by them for non- :
commercial purposes :

Gosose
Live .
Dead, dressed or undressed, :
fresh, chilled or frozen :

Guinea
Live . .
Dead, dressed or undressed, :
fresh, chilled or frozen :


- Tariff Aot of 1922 :


Par. Rate of duty
Par .
--,w ..


-


S

:/3z par lb.
- :/ 36 per lb.
a












:d
-J












0 pcrlb.
- :c/ /6 per lb.
.











- :/ per lb.
.

- :s^/ s/ per lb.










- :&/ 6/ per lb.



-.:. 3/ per lb.
- :2 6/pr b


Tariff Act of 1930


a. Birds and land and water fowls imported from Cuba are free of duty.
bJ Not specially mentioned in 1922 Act but dutiable under Par. 711 as
"Birds live: Poultry".
c/ Not specially mentioned in 1922 Act but dutiable under Par. 712 .as
"Birds, dead, dressed or undressed: Poultry".
4/Not specially mentioned in 1922 Act but dutiable under Par. 711 as
Birds, live: all other valued at $5.00 or less eaoh, 50/ each; valued at
more than $65.00 each, 20% ad valorem". But live bob-white quail valued at
less than $5.00 each reduced to 25/ each by Presidential proclxn-ation
effective November 2, 1925.
o/ Not specially mentioned in 1922 Act but dutiable under Par. 712 as "Birds,
dead, dressed or undressed: -- all other".


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*Par. : Rate of duty

711: 4/ each


711: 8 per 1b.

712: 10# per lb.


: 711: 8V per lb.

712: 10/ per lb.
* S





1682: Free



1682: Free

711: 8 per lb.
: 712 10 per lb.


.- .
711: 8V per lb.
712: 10 per b.
& .


*
*




4i

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TARIFF *R.C"SS ON .POULT'iJY-O *i OTHEl. SlJS g/. a CcnitU9iad


Product ...'.bitff'Ac of 1922 : Tariff Act of 1930
(as described in 1930 Act) :Par.* Rate of duty : Par.' Rate of duty
______. ____ 9_____-
a,.a "S 0


: I


Pigeons, fancy or racing ......
I
Turkeys
Live ........................
Dead, dressed or undressed :
fresh, chilled or frozen ...:
S
Poultry brought into' the :
United States' temporarily
for a period not exceeding :
6 months, for the purposes
of breeding, exhibition or :
competition for prizes *......:
S
Wild birds intended for ex- :
hibition in zoological col- :
elections for scientific or
ediidational purposes and not :
for sale or profit *.... ...*.:
a
All other live birds not
specially provided for, valued:
q5.00 or less each;' .... *......:
valued at more than 45.00 :
each .......................:

All other dead birds dressed I
or undressed,' fresh, chilled a
or frozen *.*..........***....**. :

All the foregoing prepared or
preserved in any manner and :
n.s.p.f .ea ..s .... .. .aee


S
1641: Free

9
S
-- :b/ 3V per lb.

:-- c/ 6V per lb.







--- /:d-

I




1507: Free




711j/ 500 each

711: 20% ad val.

S'


712,f/ 8V pbr lb.
7
Sv


712: 35% ad val.


**
*

* 1741:
* 6

: 711:

: 712:










* S
* S
* S










:
71
*1607:
*
*
*
**




**
*
**
*


S* 711:

71:
*
**

712:
**
*

;712.


Free


6 p

10r







Free


er lb.

per lb.


Free




501 each

20% ad val.




101 per lb.




10V per lb.


1 |


SO a S


a/ Birds and land and water fowls if imported from Cuba Lre froe of duty.
b/ Not specially mentioned in 1922 Act but dutiable under Paragraph 711 as
"Birds live: Poultry".
c/ Not specially mentioned in 1922 Act but dutiable under Paragraph 712 as
"Birds dead, dressed or undressed: Poultry".
d/ iot specially provided for in 1922 Act.
j Live bob-white quail valued at less than 45.00 each reduced to 251 each
by Presidential proclanation effective Novembor 2, 1925.
f/ The words "fresh chilled or frozen" new in 1930 Act.


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TARIFF PuRA"S


ON EGGS OF POULTRY a/


Product : Tariff Act of 1922 : Tariff Act of 1930
(as described in 1930 Act) Par.' Rate of duty : Pir.' Rate of duty




In the shell .................: 713 : 8 per doza 713 : 10 per doz.

Dried, whether or not sugar or : : :
other material is added : : :
'Whole eggs ................. : 713 1b_/ 18V per lb.: 713 : 18 per lb.
Egg yolk ....................: 713 :b/ 188 per lb.: 713 : 18 per lb.
Egg albumen .................. : 713 :jb/ 18 per lb.: 713 : 18 per lb.

Frozen or otherwise prepared :
or preserved and n.s.p.f. :
whether or not sugar or other :
material is added 2
Whole eggs ..................: 213 :b/c/7'pi. lb.-713 : 11 per lb.
Egg yolk .................... 713 ,b/c/7A- per lb. 713 : 11 per lb.
Egg albumen ...............: 713 :b/c/7-A per lb.: 713 : II4 per lb.

a/ Free of duty if the product of Cuba.
b/ The words "whether or not sugar or other material is added" new in 1930
Act.
cj Original r~te in 1922 Act was 6 cents per pound increased by Presidential
proclamation effective March 22, 1929.



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TA:


Products
(as described in 19

Barley:
Hulled or unhulled .
Flo-dr, patent and pea:
ilalt .


Buckwheat:
Hulled or unhulled .
Flour and grits or gr

Corn, including cracked
Ieal, grits, flour ani
similar products .

Oats:_
Hulled or unliulled
Unhulied ground .
Oatmeal, rolled oats,
and similar oat pro


M-V

RIFF I^T.CS O GRAIlt AND) dALIN ?ROfnUCTS



Tariff Act of 1922 Tariff Act of 1930
30 Act): Par.: Rate of duty :Pan: Rate of dujy :
W E


U -l"

U a*iia
* : 722: 20% per bu.48.lbs: 722:. 20% per bn.48 lbI,:
led 7?2: 2% per lb. : 7422:. 2 per lb. "
S. 722: 40 per 100 lbs.: 722: 40q. per 100 lbs. "

S ..
7 3 107 per 100 lbs. 723; 25% per 100 ibs. .
oats 723: per. lb. : 723: per lb.
Se ....... 23
corn 724; 164 per' bu.561bs: 724: 25 per bu.56 Tlei.
a. .: : :
* 724: 30% per 100 Ibs. 724: 50% per. 100 lbs.
.. i*


grits
ducts


Rice:
Padd-, or rough .
Brov/n (hulls removed, all
or in part) .
Milled (bran removed, all
or in part) ...
Broken, which will pass
through sieve with round
holes 5,- 64ths of 1I inch.
'oal, flour, polish and bran
Patna rice cleaned for use
in mfg. of canned soups .


726:
726:

726:


727:


15%
45%

80q


per: bun32'lbs:
per"100 Ibs.:

per 100 Ibs;:"


1% per lb;


S.
S


727:a/ 1-1/4%-per-lb.

727:;/'2% per lb.
*U
727; b/-2 per Ib.
*U

727:/ -3 per lb.
727: per lb.

1653:c/ Free


I


726 #2 16V per bu.32 lba.l"
726: 450 per 100 lbs.

726: 80 per 100 lb. I'


727: 1-1/4% per lb.

727: I- per lb.

7207: 2tper lb.

727 5/8 per lb. .7


727 5/8 per lb. :

.752: Fro ee


I


a/ ""IL or in part" new in 1930 Act.

_/ Act of 1922 words were, "Broken Rico".

c/ Act of 1922 specified "canned foods" instead of "canned soup".


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I







TARIFF RATES' QD GRAIN AID GRAIN PRODUCTS -Continued


Product
(as described in 1930 ..Lct)


' : Tariff Act of 1922
: Par.: Rate of duty


S Tariff Act of 1930
: Par.: Rate of duty


* S S


Rye . .
Flour rnd meal. .
Rye malt. . .

Wheat' .. . b
Flour, semolina,.crushed or
cracked wheat and similar
wheat products5 n.s.p.f.
Unfit for human consaptlon

liacaroni, vermicelli, noodles,
and similar alimentary :paste
Containing no eggs or egg
products .
Containing eggs or egg
products .


Cereal breakfast foods and
similar cereal preparations :
by whatever name known,
processed further than
milling, and n.s.p.f. :. 732


: 728 :15 ;er bu. 56 Lbs: 723
: 728 :45/ per 100 lbs. : 728
- :4/40/ per 100 o .b.sas- -72&


729 :cJ/4 per bu.60 ibm


729 :c/$1.04 per 100 ibs
:1j42/ per bu.60lbs:

S S
5 S

725 : 2 per lb.

: 725 : 2 per lb.


: 20% ad valorem


:15/ per bu. 56 lbs.
:45/ per 100 lbs.
:40' jier 100 lbs.


729 :d/42/ per bu.60 lbs.


729 :$1.04 per 100 Ibs.
729 : 10% ad valorem





725 : 2 per lb.

725 : per lb.


*


:732 : 20% ad valorern


S


a Not specially mentioned in 1922 Act but dutiablebas barley malt.
j .Aheat imported for grinding in bond and export is free uider Section 311 of
both Acts, with the exception ziven in footnote d/ below.
j_/ Original rates under 1922 Act: V/heat, .30s per bu.; wheat flour, etc., 78$
per 100 lbs., increased to 42/ per bu. and$l.04 per 100 lbs., by proclamation
of the President, effective April 6, 1924.
d_/ Under the 1930 Act wheat imported and ground tn bond for export to Cuba
pays a duty equal to the reduction in duty which by treaty applies in respect
of such flour in Cuba. This provision was not in the 1922 Act.
e/ Not specially mentioned in 1922 Act, but dutiable as vwheat.








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TARIFF RCTES ON FODDIAS AND FEEDS a/


Product i Tariff Act of 1922 i Tariff Act of 1930 -
(as- doscriVQd in 1930 Act) Par.' Rate of duty Par." Rate of duty
S. .
S S,__ ________ : __ ____ :_____


: I3.


Bran, shorts, by-product
Feeds obtained in milling
wheat .........
i
Bran, shorts, by-product
feeds, other than wheat .....

Hulls of oats, barley, buck-
vheat, or other grain ground
or unground S.. a .,...a**


Screenings, scalpings, chaff :
or scourings of wheat, flax- :
seed, or other grains or
seeds, unground or ground c/ : 731

Dried beet pulp a.............: 730

Malt sprouts ..............: 730


Brewers' grains..............: 730

Soy-bean oil-cake and soy-bean:
oil-cake meal em.......amuse: ---


All other.vegetabl oil-cake
All other-vegetablo oil-cake :


I
* S
*S


* 5 a
* 5t C
: 730 :b_ 7j ad val. : 730
* S S


730
730


15% ad val 730
15% ad val. : 730


* S a
* S
: : 7
: : S
; 730 ;10 <. ..eril 10, 4W 730


.1





Hii

.D


10% ad val.
a

10% ad val.




,log per 100 lbs.


* 5


*


* 5 p(
a

* wr
:j/5 pr
; 5 p(

: ;n>5 p(
1

;ji/ F;re.e


id val.

3r ton

or ton

or ton


S
*

: 731
:
: 730
S
: 730

: 730
a
I

a* 730


10% ad val.

05 per ton

a 45 per ton

w5 per ton



:3/10 of 1 per lb.'


S _a
e


and oil-cake meal, n.s.p.f.o/:1629 .:f/ Free : 730 :fg3/10 of 1i
: : : por lb.

a/ See also "Cowvpoas, n.s.p.f." listed in this tabulation under "Grass and
other Forage Crop Seeds."
b/ Original rate in 1922 Act, 15% ad valorem; decreased to 7jg ad valorem
by Presidential proclamation, effective April 6, 1924.
c/ Both Acts provided, "That when grains or seeds contain more than 5 per
contum of cany foreign matter dutiable at a rate higher than that applic-
able to the grain or seed the entire lot shall be dutiable at such higher
rate.
d/ Not specially mentioned in 1922 act but free under Paragraph 1629 as 'oil-
cake and oilcake meal.
e/ But free of duty if the product or growth of the Philippine Islands.
f1 The words "11ll ether vegetable" and "Not specially provided for" new in
Act of 1930.
g/ But Treasury Decision 44519, January 7th, 1931, held hompsooeed meal free
of duty under ParLgraph 1685, act 1930, as chiefly used as fertilizer.
All oil cake the growth or product of Cuba is free of duty.


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*" .A:. ,;
..!. ':i::
s. "..I





"
i.,
.:


w
J m















I. _."V,- ""
I :r -,. 2 ..
th .. .


l \l :TARIY 3IATES l'J FiUf )R Ai.) r'EDS Continued
*n '


(as d b ro uct

(as described in 1930 Act)


AL'uriff ,ct ci'of 1922

Par. Rcat, of duty


* '.,,.4CQ 'ri- ri' 1O'~fl


: tariff .ct of 1930

Pur. Rate of duty


Tankge, fish scrap, fish meal:
cod-liver oil-cake, -nd cod- :
liver oil-cake meal, all the :
-Zrregoing unfit for hurnuzn

consumption ................ --


Lixed feeds consisting jf an
admixture cf grir.s "r
grain products with Lil-cuake
oil-cako mo.Ul, molasses, or:
other foodstuffs ............: 730


Hay .................... .... : 777





Strav ... ....... ............. 777


*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
9
t
!
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*

*
*
*
;
;
:
*
*
*
*


10: wLi vrl.


$4 pur long
tun



Ql per ling
t.n


:1780









730




: 779





779


*


Free








10, ad vnfl.




$5 per short
ton



$1.50 per
short ton


a/ Not specially mentionerI in 19l2


A i.C to


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TARIFF RATES ON FRUITS


: Tariff Act of 1922 ; Tariff ct of wIoJ
Product : ---!---_----__'__
(as described in 1930 Act) Rate duty Par ate of ty
*;Per.; Rate of duty ;-Pr_.:_ Rate of dut .i..
: U S :..


Apples:
Green or ripe ...............
Dried or evaporated .........
Otherwise prepared or pre-
jerved, and n.s.p.f ......

Apricots:
Green, ripe, or in brine ....
Dried or evaporated .........
Candied, crystallized, or
glaee ............ ........
Otherwise prepared or pre-
served, and n.s.p.f. .....

Avacados or vavcado pears, also
known as alligator pears b/


*
: 734:254 per .bu. 50 Ibs.:
: 734:24 per lb.

: 734:2d per lb.
*
**

735:5d per lb.
735:1, per lb.

---:a/ 35% ad valorem


* *
: 735:35" ad vulorem


: --c/ 35z? ad valorem


Bananas, green or ripe ........:1517:Froe


Berries, edible:
In their natural condition or
in brine *....... ...... ....
Dried or evaporated .........
Candied, crystallized, or
glaco ....... ... ..
Otherwise prepared or pre-
served, or frozen, and
n.s.p.f. ..................

Cherries:
In their natural state .....
Dried or evaporated .........
sulphured or in brine -
'.7th pits .... ...... .......


: 73:1prl.
: 736:14? per lb.
736:2% per lb.

---:a/ 35% ad valorem


736:d/ 35Z ad valorem


737:21 per lb.
---:e/ 40% ad valorem

: 737:2 per lb.


734;25$ per bu.50 lbU .
734:21 per lb

734:221 per lb.
..
735:4- per lb.
735:2% per lb.

752:400' ad valorem

735:3 ad valorem ii
735:355^ ad valorem i


750:15% I

:1618:Free



736:14/J
736:. '

752:40(-


per lb.


per lb.
per lb.

ad valorem


736:35. ad valorem


737:21 per lb.
737:6% per lb..

737:5,V per lb.
qr Pi __ ^*


Pits removed ..............: 737a:jy per ID. : 7'7:Jgp per i.n&
S S
S : S
a /Not specially mentioned in 1922 Act, but dutiable as given fruit "otherwise
prepared or preserved, and rn.s.p.f."
b/ Free of duty if the growth or product of Cuba.
c/ Not specially mentioned in 1922 Act, but dutiable as "fruits, n.s.p.f."
a/ 1922 Act did not specially mention frozen berries.
e/ Not specially mentioned in 1922 Act, but dutiable as cherries, prepared or
preserved in any manner.
f/ In the 1922 Act dutiable at 2$ per lb. as cherries, sulphured or in brine.
Cherries, sulphured, or in brine, stemmed or pitted, increased to 3% per
lb. by Presidential proclamation, effective Jnuary 2, 1928.


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TARIFF P RITS ON FRUITS Continued


- -- -- Trift Act of 1922 : Tariff Act of 1930


Product --
(as described in 1930 Act) of duty
:p.r.: Rate of duty
e


Cherries Cont.
Maraschino, candied, crys-
tallized, or glace, or pre-
pared or preserved in any-
manner .... .............. ...:


737:a/ 4O0? ud valorem


Dates, fresh or dried:
With pits ................... : 741:Ij per lb.
Pits removed ................ 741:1i$per lb.
Any of the foregoing in pack-:
ages weighing with immediate:
container not more than 10
lbs. each .................. -- ---------
Candied, crystallized, or
glace ...................... 5---:/ a55 ad valorem
Prepared or preserved, n.s.p.f.741:355,! ad valorer
-


Figs,.fresh, dried, or in brine:
Fig paste ..................:
Candied,crystallized,or glace:
Prepared or preserved,n.s.p.f:
:
Grapes in bulk, crates, barrels:
or other packages ...........

Raisins .......................

Other dried grapes ............:


740:2% per lb.
---..b:/ 355 ad valorem
--:/-35% ad valorem
740:350 ud vclorem



742:25% per cu. ft.

742:21 per lb.

742:2.i per lb.


Currants, Zante or other ......: 742:2% per lb.
0
Lemons ........*........... .c/: 743:2% per lb.
*
Limes, natural or in brinj ..c/: 743:1% per lb.
*
Oranges .....................c/: 743:1l per lb.

Grapefruit ..................c/: 743:1V per lb.


:Par.: Rate of duty
: *
: S"

: :

*(91 per lb. 2nd
757:('40i ad valorem
S I
* -S
: *.

:,1:1/ per 1b.
741:24 per lb.
* :
* 4
4
* *

741:7Y per lb.

7-2:405, ad valorem
741:35W ad valorem

740:5/ per lb.
740:5% per lb.
7152:40&- ed valorem
: 740:4C< F-d valorem
*
*.4
* S
*
742:25V per cu. ft.

742:2/ per lb.
*
742:2i/ per lb.
: S*
742:24 per lb.
: 9
743:2y' per ib.


743:2% per lb.
*
:743:1 per lb.

743:1>- p~r lb.


E7 Candied, crystallized, or glace cherries not snocially mentioned in 1922 Act,
but dutiable as cherries, prepared or nroscrved in any mr'nner.
b/ Not specially mentioned in 1922 Act, but dutiable as given fruit "prepared
or preserved".
c/ Imports from Cuba receive a 20 per cent reduction in duty.


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TARIFF RATES ON FRUITS Continued
I +

Product z Tariff Act of 1922 : Tariff Act of lI
(as described, in 1930 Act)
__ .:Par.: Rate of duty ;Par.: Rate of dutj
S S S f
Mangoes ....................a/ ---:b/ 35% ad valorem 746:151 per Ib.

Olives: : : :
In brine, green ........ D......: 744:20% per gal. 744:20 per gal.
in brine, ripe .................: 744:201 per gal. 744:301 per gal. :
In brine, pitted or stuffed ....: 744:30% per gal. 744:30% per gal.
Dried, ripe ..................: 744:41 per lb. 744:51 per lb.
Not specially provided for ..... ---:b/ 35% ad valorem : 744:5% per lb.

Peaches: .
Green, ripe, or in brine ....... : 745: per lb. 745: per lb.
Dried, desiccated, or evaporated: 745:2% per lb. 745;21 per lb. .V
Candied, crystallized or glace : --+c/ 35, ad valorem 752:40. ad valorem :
Prepared or preserved,& n.s.p.f. 745:35%. ad valorem 745;055 ad valorem

Pears: : : : :
Green, ripe, or in brine.......: 745:J per lb. 749:1% per lb. ;|
Dried, desiccated, or evaporated: 745:2% per lb. 749:2% per lb.
Candied, crystallized, or glace : ---:c/ 350, ad valorem : 752:40% ad valorem
Prepared or preserved,& n.s.p.f.: 745:35% ad valorem : 749:35% ad valorem
S S I
Pineapples: : : :
Per crate ..................,d/ 746:e/ 2211 per crate: 747:e/ 50% per crate::1.
In bulk ......................d/: 746 : each : 747:1-1/68 each
Candied, crystallized, or glace : 746:35% ad velorem : 747:35% ad valorem
Prepared or preserved,&n.s.p.f.d/ 746:2% per lb. : 747:21 per lb.
5 X 5
Plantains, green or ripe ......./: ---:b/ 35% ad valorem :1618:Free
S S S .
aT -Free if imported from Cuba._
I/ Not specially mentioned in 1922 Act, but dutiable under Par, 749 of that
Act as "Fruits, not specially provided for".
e/ Not specially mentioned in 1922 Act, but dutiable as given fruit "otherwise
prepared or preserved and n.s.p.f." A
d/ Imports from Cuba receive a 20% reduction in duty.
e/ The 1922 ;.ct specified a crate of 1-96/i00 cu. ft. and the 1930 Act
specified a crate of 2-45/100 cu. ft. The above rates aro therefore not
comparable until converted to a common basis,


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TARIFF RATES O FRUITS Continued


STnriff Act of 1922 : Tariff Act of 1930
-. Product. ...
(asdescribed in 1930 Act) :
, ..... __ __ _. ;?ar.:_ PaLe of duty :Par.: Rate of duty
S S :


Plums- -prune's 'and prunelles :
Green, ripe, or in brine .1....: 747:Y- per lb.
Dried, desiccated,-or.evaporated: 747:A- per lb.
Candied, crystallized, or glace : ---:a/ 35 ad va]
Prepared or preserved,& n.s.p.f.: 747:35% ad valore
.:
Tamarinds .......................:1679:Free
O. S
p S


Fruits in their natur-1 state', or :
in brine, pickled, dried, desic-:
cated, evaporated, or otherwise :
prepared or preserved,:and not :
specially provided for, and nix-:
tures of two or morn fruits;
prepared or.presorv.;d ...........

Fruit pastes end fruit.pulps,
n.s.p.f ..... ..... ..... *. :
All jellies, jaLms, marrLlades
and fruit butter ...............
Candied, crystallized, or glaco
fruits, n.s.p.f ..... 9 ..... ....:


S


749:b/ 33( td vuJ


---:c/ 355? d V!J

748:55,r ad valor

---:c/ 3E'" ed Va]


748:j-$ per lb.
748:2 per lb.
.orem : 752:4W- ad. valorem
mi : 748:35f% ad valozem

:1779:Free








oronx : 7b2:55'?Z ad. valorein


Lorem : 752:350 ad valorem

Im 751:35 ad valorem

L'orem : 752:d/ 400, ad valorem


a/ Not specially mentioned in 1922 :.ct, but dutiable as given fruit "otherwise
prepared or preserved, and n.s.p.f."
b/ "Provided, Thut all specific provisions of t",is gitle for fruits and berries
prepared or prosorved shsll include fruits Und berries preserved or packed
in sugur, or having sugair added thereto, or preserved or packed in
molasses, spirits, or their own juices." In 1922 Act only.
a/ Not specially muntioncd in 1922 e.t, but dutiable under Paragraph 749.
.' 1 ., Paagap 749
d/ "Provided, That a mixture of t,;.o or riore ,inds of candied, crystallized, or
glace fruit shall beur the highest raue of duty applicable to any of the
components." This provision is n3w Xn the 1.'30 Act.


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TARIFF RATES ON VEGETABLES

-. : Tariff Act of 1922 Tariff Act of 1930
Product -
(as described in 1930 Act)'
-- :Par.: Rate of duty Par.: Rate of duty
S S !
Beans, 0n.s.p.f. a
*Green or unripe .........a/ 763:24 per lb. 765:3j% per lb.
Dried .................... 763:1^ per lb. 765:31 per lb.
In brine ................. 763:2r per lb. 765:3j per lb. i
Prepared or preserved in : : .
any manner, on entire con- :
tents of container ...... 763:/ 2$ per lb. 765:3, per lb.
r S :
Bean stick, miso, bean cake,: : :
and similar products not : : :
specially provided for c/ : 773:35$ ad valorem : 775:35% ad valorem
6 ||
Beets, other than sugar :: ::
beets .................d/ : 764:17% ad valorem : 766:17% ad valorem

Blackeye Cowpeas ........e/ : : : :
Green or unripe .......... -: --- : 765:3; per lb. .,
Dried .................... -:f/ 1a per lb. 765:35/per lb.
In brine ................: -: -- : 765:3j per lb.
Prepared or preserved in : : :
any manner on entire con-: : :
tents of container ...... -: : 765:3 per lb.

Cabbage, in natural state a/g/- -:h/ 25% ad valorem: 774:21 per lb..

a/ Imports from Cuba receive a 20 per cent reduction in duty.
b/ T"o words "on entire contents of container" new in 1930 Act.
c/ Mostly mAdo from soy beans.
d/ Sugar beets are listed in this tabulation under "Sugar, Molasses, aid
Related products,".
e/ Sea also "Cowpoas, n.s.p.f." listed in this tabulation under "Grass and
Other Forago Crop Sceds".
f/ Blackeye cowpeas not specially mentioned in 1922 Act but cowpoes were
free under Par. 1657. How3vor, those varieties of cowpeas comnorcially
known as Blackoye bcLns i-nd commonly used as human food held dutiable
as dried beans under Paragraph 763 in Tro.xsury Decision 41186 November
18, 1925 (Effective 30 days latcr).
g/ Both acts provide that in thu assessmc-nt of duties on vogotables no
sugrogation or allowrince of any kind shtll be made for foreign matter
or impurities mixed therewith.
h/ Not specially mentioned in 1922 Act, but dutiable under Par. 772 as
"vegetables in natural state n.s.p.f."


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TARIFF RATES CN VEGETABLES Continued


Product ; T
(as described in 1930 Act); Par

Celery, in natural state a/: -

Chickpeas or Garbanzos
Green or unripe ......... 165
Dried .. ..... ... ... .... 165
Split ................... 165
Prepared or preserved in
any manner on entire con-
tents of container ..... 773

Cucumbers, in natural state:
a_/ -

Ecgplant in natural state u/ -

Garlic "*.. .'. ... .e/ 768

Horseradish, crude, in
natural state .........a/: -

Lentils ................. se : 765


ariff ct o -192- : Tariff Act of 1930
.: Rate cf duty : Par.: P&te of duty

:b/ 259 ad valorem : 774 :2 $ per lb.


7: Free : 769:2 per lb.
7: Free : 769 :lI$ per lb.
7:c/ Free : 769 :2S per lb.


d_/ 35% ad valorem : 769 :2 j per lb.
:


:1/


25% ad valorem

2E, ad valorem

2 $ per lb.


iF" e e
Fper lb.

2 per lb.


774

774

: 770


:3 per lb.

:3 $ per lb.

1 per lb.


*
774 :3 per lb.

767 :. 1 per lb.


S
a/ Both Acts provide that in the assessment of duties on vegetables no
segregation'or allowance of any kind shall be made for foreign matter
or impurities mixed therewith.
b/ Not specially mentioned in 1922 Act, but dutiable under Par. 772 as
"vegetables in natural state n.s.p.f."
c/ But garbanzo screenings consisting of broken and shrivelled garbanzos
and chaff held dutiable at 10 per cent under Paragraph 731 Act of
1922 in Treasury Decision 450C4 July 19, 1929 and in Abstract 11795
April 16, 1i30.
d/ Not specially mentioned in Act of 19r2, buit covered by Par. 773 "Vege-
tables prepared or preserved not specially provided for."
e/ Imports from Cuba receive a 2C! reduction in duty.
f/ Not specially mentioned in 1922 ^ct buu free under Par. 1622 as "vege-
table substances, crude or unmu-'nractured, not specially provided
for.", For rates on prepared horseradish see "Veretables, if cut
sliced, etc."


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*
*
*
*
*
*
*




TARIFF RATS ON VEGETABLES Continued


product : Tariff Act of 1922 : Tariff Act uf 1930
Product
(as described in 193C Act) o d :P r.: t of duty
: :Par.: Rate of duty :Par.: te of duty__.,.


Lettuce, in natural state a/:

* 'ushrooms
Fresh -or-dried.........:

Otherwise prepared or pre-:
served "oe. .. ... *



Onions ............../

peas (See also chickpeas)
Green or unripe ... ....d/
Dried ................. ...
Split ..... .......:
Prepared or preserved in
any manner on entire
contents of container ..:

Peppers, in natural state a/:

Pimentos, packed in brine or:
in oil, or prepared or
preserved in any manner ..:

Potatoes, white or Irish f/:
Dried, dehydrated or des-
sicated ................
Flour ....................
Starch ...................

Sauces (vegetable) of all :
kinds, n.s.p.f. ..........

sauerkraut .................


-- :_/ 25%


766:

766:



768:


767:
767:
767:


767:e/

:b_/



779:

769:

769:
769:
85:


773:

- :g/


ad vlbrem


45% ad valorem


45,. ad.dvalorem


4$



ly


per


per
per
per


Ib .
lb.


lb.
lb.
lb;


2 $ per Ib.

25% ad valorem


6 $ per lb.


*774:2 per lb
: 774:2 4 per lb.


*
768: 10 pet lb. and
: 45 ad valorem

768:104 per lb. drained
:weight and 45% ad
S :valorem

.770:2; per.lb.
:

: 769:3 $ per lb.
769: per lb.
769:21$ per lb.
*


: 769:2

: 774:3 4


per lb.

per lb.


:| .*, ,

.:* .: .. per.. b.
*: 77.5.: 6 4 per lb..


50$ per 100 lbs.: .771:751

2AJ per lb. : 771:2$
2h per lb. : 771:2-1
i- per lb. 83:2-1


359 ad valorem : 775:3563
355' ad valorem : 775:50%


per. 100 lbs.


per
per
per


It;
lb.
lb.


ad valorem

ad valorem


a/ Both acts provide that in the assessment of duties on vegetables no seg-
regation or allowance of any kind shall be made for foreign matter or
impurities mixed therewith.
_/ Not specially mentioned in 1922 Act but dutiable under Paragraph 772 as
"Vegetables in natural state, n.s.p.f."
c/ Originally 1 cent per pound under 1922 Act. Raised by Presidential
proclamation effective January 21, 1929. Imports from Cuba receive a
20 per cent reduction in duty.
d/ "Unripe" new in Act of 1930. Imports from Cuba receive a 20 per cent re-
duction in duty.
e/ The words "on entire contents of container" new in 1930 Act.
f/ Imports of potatoes front Cuba receive a 20 per cent reduction in duty,
g/ Not specially mentioned in 1922 Act but dutiable under paragraph 773
"Vegetables prepared or preserved in any manner n.s.p.f."


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TARIFF RATES ON VEGETABLES Continued


Product
(as described in 1930 Act)


Soy beans, prepared or preserved :
in any manner ...............a/: 773:

Squash, in natural state ..... .b/: --

* Tomatoes
In natural state ............d/: 770:
(Paste, 1922 Act) ............. 770:
Prepared or preserved in any
manner .."*........... d/: 770:

Truffles, fresh, dried or other- :
wise prepared or preserved ....: 766:

Turnips and Rutabagas .........f/: 771

Vegetables in natural st'.te, not :
specially provided for ...... b/: 772:

Vegetable substances, moss sea- :
Seeds, crude or unmanufactured :
n.s.p.f. .. ................... :1622:

Vegetables (including horseradish)
if cut, sliced, or otherwise re-
duced in size, or if reduced to:
flour or if parched or roasted :
or if pickled, or packed in
salt, brine, oil; or prepared :
or preservQd in any othur way :
and n.s.p.f. .... ........ ..... : 773:g/


: Tariff Act of 1922 : Tariff Act of 1930

:Par.: Rate of duty :Par.: Rate of duly


35% ad valorem : 775:35% ad valorem
S
25% ad valorem : 774:2 $ per lb.
5

2$ per lb. : 772:3 $ per lb.
40% ad valorem : -- :e/50%o ad valorem

15i ad velorem : 772:50% ad valorem


25. ad valorem


:1788:Free


12$ per 100 ibs; 773:251 per 100 lbs.
:


25% ad valorem



Free









35% ad valorem


* 6
774:50'1' Rd valorem



:1722:Free







7753 ad valorem
* 0

:775:35% ad valorem


a/ Soy bean oil caku and oil cake meal listed in this tabulation under "Fod-
ders and Feeds". Soybeans listed in this tabulation under "Oilbearing
Raw Materials", Soybean oil under "Vegetable Oils Expressed or Extracted'l
1/ Both acts provide that in the assessment of duties on vegetables no seg-
regation or allowance of any kind shall be made for foreign matter or im-
purities mtixod therewith. All vegetables imported from Cubf" unless free
receive a 20% reduction in duty. Yams from Cuba arc all frooee.
c/ Not specially mentioned in 1922 Act, but dutiable under Paragraph 772 as
"Vegetables in natural state, n.s.p.f."
d/ Tomatoes imported from Cuba receive a reduction in duty of 20 per cent.
6/ Not specially mentioned in 1930 Act, but dutiable as "tomatoes prepared
or preserved in any manner" under Paragraph 772.
f/ "And Rutabagas" new in Act of 1930. Imports of turnips from Cuba receive
a 20% reduction in duty.
g/ "Including horseradish" and "'or if reduced to flour" new in 1930 Act.


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TARIFF RATS ON NUTS


: Tariff Act of 1922


Product
(as described in 1930 Act)


Almonds: a/
l-Tot snelled........................ .
Shelled ...................... .
Blanched, roasted, or otherwise:
prepared or preserved ......... :
Paste .......................... .

Cashew nuts: a/ c/:
Shelled or unshelled...........

Chestnuts includinge; marrons):a/
Rot further advanced than
crude, dried, or baked .........
Candied, crystallized, or glace:
or prepared or preserved in :
any manner ................. :

Brazil or Cream nuts: a/ c/:
Nlot shelled ................... ..
Shelled .......................

Coconuts ................... aJ/ f :

Coconut meat, shredded and dried
or similarly prepared ....... ./:

Filberts: a/ c/:
iTot shelled .................... :
Shelled ....................... :


Par.:


754
754


754


--- :d/



1546:


1546:

e/
755
755

756


756


755
755


Rate of duty


42t per lb.
146 per lb.

35% ad valorem
S14 -per lb.


4 per lb.



Free


Free


14 per lb.
1 1per lb.

each


3t per lb.


:2


Super lb.
5t per lb.


164i


756


757
757

758


: 758


757
757


6:
















!


Free


25$ per lb.


1 per lb.
4 per lb.

At each


3 per lb.


5i
10


per lb.
per lb.


a/ .4/: i,:
Mandalonas or almond substitute..: --- :b/ 35% ad valorem : 756 : 18- per lb.

a/ In 1930 Act, Par. 761 "a mixture of two or more kinds of nuts shall bear the
highest rate of duty applicable to any of the components." In both Acts- "no
allowance shall be made for dirt or other impurities in nuts of any kind, shelled:-:
or unshelled."
b/ Not specially mentioned in 1922 Act, but dutiable under Par. 759 as "edible
nuts, pickled, or otherwise prepared or preserved, and not specially provided
for."
c/. In 1930 Act "blanched, subject to same rate of duty as if not blanched." '
dI l:ot specially mentioned in 1922 Act, but dutiable under Par. 759 as "edible 3
nuts, shelled or unshelled, not specially provided for."
e/ Free if the growth or product of Cuba.
f/ Free if the growth or product of the Philippines or Cuba.
SFree if the growth or product of the Philippines.
h/ Mandalonas consist of peanuts, shelled, blanched, sliced, and treated with
almond oil.

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Tariff Act of 1930
Par. Rate of duty

9
a*

756 5: 1 per lb.
756 1: per lb.

756 : 184 per lb.
756 : lB$ per lb.


761 2: per lb.






%a-.-i m q 'i '


TXTFF' RATES O,1' TMTSW a/- Continued


Product
'.(as Adespiribd in 1930 Act) :


: Tariff Act of 1922 : Tariff Act of 1930


Par.:. Rate of duty


SPar.. Rate of duty


iaul4: La "
rot shelled ..............b :
.Shelled ...., ..... ........... .
*Blanched, salted, prepared,
e: or preserved, n.s.p.f. ....:
Pehanut butter .. .... ........:
Pecans:
Not shelled ................. :
SShdlled ...................:
(-Pignolia (or pine) nuts:- 1922:
SAct) .
S(lNTot shelled) ....-......... .:
S(Shelled) . :
('Pistache nuts:- 1922 Act)
(Not shelled)-. ..... ........ :
-(Shelled) ................
Walnuts of all kinds:
* Not shelled ................
* Shelled ...;......... ......... :
SBlanched, roasted, prepared :
or preserved ............:
Paste. ......................
Edible nuts, n.s.p.f.
l* ot shelled .................
Shelled................... .. :
Pickled, or otherwise pre- :
pared or preserved, and
n.sp.f ... ..............*
Nut and kernel paste n.s.p.f...:


757.' c/
757 :c/

--- : .
---:2
:el

758 :
758 :


755
755

755
755

758
758




759
759


759
759


44 per lb.
66 per lb.

35% ad valorem
25% ad valorem


34 per
64 per



. per
e lbe.


lb.
lb.


lb.
lb.


1 .per lb.

12$prlib.
12 per Ib*.


:/



Le


35 .a..vayorem
25% ad valorem

14 per lb.
14 per lb.


35% ad valorem
25% ad valorem


759 :
759 :

759
759


7A


7A


760 :
760 : 1







7:o:
.C/




760
760


760

761
761 g
761 :&/


761
761


5$
04


per
per

per
per

per
per


2U
5$


15$

154
15

2-15


lb.
lb.

lb.
lb.

lb.
lb.


per
per

per
per

per
per

per
per

per
per


lb.
lb.

lb.
lb.

lb.
lb.

lb.
lb.

lb.
lb.


35% ad valorem
25% ad valorem


a/ in 1930 Act, Par. 761 "a mixture of two or more kinds of nuts shall bear
the highest rate of duty applicable to any of the components." In both Acts -
"no alowance shall be made for dirt or other impurities in nuts of any kind,
shelled or unshelled."
b/ Free if the product of the Philippinrs.
-c/ Original rates under 1922 Act were 34 on peanuts not shelled and 4$ on
shelled, increased by Presidential proclamation, effective February 18, 1929.
d/ Not specially mentioned in 1922-.Act, but dutiable under Par. 759 as -
"Edible nuts, pickled, or otherwise prepared or preserved, and not specially
Provided fot."
Se/.Not specially mentioned in 1922 Act, but dutiable under Par. 759 as "iTut
and kerneI 5aste not specially provided for."
f/ Not specially mentioned in 1930 Act, but dutiable under Par. 761 at -
"Edible nuts, not specially provided for."
/ In 1930 Act "blanched subject to same rate of duty as if not blanched."


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* i







TARIFF RATES ON GRA3SS A;D OTHER FORAGE CROP SEEDS a/


Product
(a: described in 1930 Act)


: Tariff Act of 1922 : Tariff Act of 1930


SPar.: Rate of duty
* S


SPar.' Rate of dut
* a


Alfalfa seed ................: 761 : 40 per lb. : 763 : 80 per lb.
Alsike clover seed .............: 761 3 44 per lb. : 763 : 8 per lb.
Bent grass (genus agrostis) seed: -- :b/ 20 per lb. : 763 : 400 per lb.
Bluegrass seed ................: --- :b/ 20 per lb. : 763 : 5 per lb.
Chickpeas or Garbanzos c/ :
Cowpeas seed, n.s.p.f. d/ ......:1657 ; Free :1757 : Free
Crimson clover seed ............ : 761 : 1i per lb. : 763 : 2 per lb. -
Ladino clover seed .............: --- :e/ 20 par lb. : 763 : 6 per lb.
Millet seed ..... ..............: 761 : 1i per lb. : 763 : 10 per lb.
Orchard grass .seed *............: --- :b/ 2< per lb. : 763 : 50 per lb.
Red clover seed ................: 761 : 40 per lb. : 763 : 8< per lb.
Ryegrass seed ..........-.......: -- :b/ 24 per lb. : 763 : 30 per ib.
Sweet clover seed ........... ..: --- :o/ 2< per lb. : 763 : 40 per lb.
Tall oat seed ................: -- :b/ 20 per lb. : 763 : 5< per lb.
Timothy seed ...................: 761 : 2< per lb. : 763 : 2< per lb.
Vetch, hairy, seed .............: 761 : 20 per lb. : 763 : 30 per lb.
(Vetch, spring 1922 Act) ..... ; 761 : 1i per lb.: --- :f/1-2 per lb.
Whito clover seed *.............: 761 : 3< per lb. : 763 : 6< per lb.
Clover seed n.s.p.f. ...........: 761 : 2 per Ib. : 763 : 3 poer lb.
Other vetch seed ...............: --- :b/ 2< per lb. 763 1: per lb.
All other grass and forage crop : :
seeds n.s.p.f. j/ .............: 761 : 2< per lb. : 763 2< per -lb.
S U S
a/ Except oilsooeeds listed in this tabulation under "Oilbearing raw materials"
"And other forage crop seeds" new in 1930 act. Both acts: "Provided that no
allowance shall be made for dirt or other impurities in seed of any kind."
All grass seeds the growth or product of Cuba are free of duty.
b/ Not specially mentioned in 1922 Act but dutiable under Par. 761 as "all
other grass sooeeds not specially provided for."
c Listed in this tabulation under "Veg6tables".
d/ "n.s.p.f." new in :1930 Act. Cowpeas generally used for feeding or plant-
ing wore free. under 1922 Act and blackeye covrpeas were also free until
December 20, 1925, at which date Treasury Decision 41186 became effective
holding blackeyeo cowvpeas commercially known as blackeye beans and commonly
used as human food dutiable as dried beans undjr Paragraph 763, Act of 1922.
In the 1930 Act blackoye covwpeas are specially mentioned and are listed in
this tabulation unde? "Vegetables".
e/ Not specially mentioned in 1922 Act but dutiable under Par. 761 as "Clover-
seed not specially provided for."
f/ Not specially mentioned in 1930 Act but dutiable under Par. 763 as "other
vetch seed".


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F






TARIFF RATE ON OTHER GARDEN AiD FIELD SEEDS a/


: Tariff Act 'of 1922 : Tariff Act of 1930
Product I a-
(as described in 19.0 'ct) t Par. : Rate -of duty Par. Rate of duty


Boeet (except sugar booeet) seed a 762 a 40 per lb. 764 40 per lb.
Cabbage seed ................: 762 a 10< jer lb. 764 120 per lb.
Canary seed ,.................: 762 1 per lb. 764 1i per lb.
Carrot seed ................a.: 762 a 40 per lb. 764 : 4 per lb.
Cauliflower seed b/ ..........: 762 a 25< per lb. 764 254 per lb.
Celery seed ..................: 762 2V per lb. 764 '2W4idt lb.
Kale seed .................: 762 6V per lb. 764 6V per lb.
Kohlrabi seed ..............: 762 80 per lb. a 764 a 8V per lb.
Lupines ......................: 765 per lb. 767 a per lb.
Mangelwurzel seed / ......... : 762 : 4V pdr lb. : 764 : 4 per lb.
Mushroom spavm ..............: 762 : 1 per lb. : 764 : 1 per lb.
Mustard seeds (whole) b/ .....: 779 a I per lb. 781 2< per lb.
Onion seed ....*............a 762 : 15 por-Ib. a'764 150 per lb.
Parsley seed ......"....: 762 : 2< per lb. : 764 : 2 per lb.
Parsnip seed ..............: 762 : 4 per lb. : 764 40 per lb.
Pepper seed ,.o ..: 762 : 15< ptr 1b; :'764': 15< per lb.
Radish seed ........: 762 : 4 per lb. 764 : 6V per lb.
Rutabaga seed ....... .....: 762 : 4V per Ib. 764 : 50 per lb.
Spinach seed ................: 762 : pot lb.' 764 : 1 per lb.
Sugar beet seed .............*:1657 : Froe :1757 : Free
Tree and shrub seed .........: 762 : 8 p6r lb. : 764 : 8< per lb.
Turnip seed ..................: 762 a 4 per lb. : 764 : 5< per Ib.
Flower seed b/ ..............: 60 pdr lb. 764 : 6< per lb.
All other garden and field :
seeds not specially provided : : :
ror .........................: 762 : 6< per lb. 764 a 6 per lb.


a/ Both acts: "provided that the provisions for seeds in this schedule
(Paragraph 762 Act of 1922 and 764 Act of 1930) shall' include such se6dd
whether used for planting or for other purposes."
/ Free of duty if the growth or product of Cuba.


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'ABRIFF RAT2E 011 COTTO'I AID OTHR VEGEITABLEL FIBERS


Product : Tariff ;ct of 1922 : Tariff Act of 1930'P
(as described in 1930 Act) : Par.: Rate of duty : Par.' Rate of duty
S 5


.S
Cotton having a staple of :
1-1/8 inches or more in
length .............."..... :1560

Cotton not specially provided :
for ......................... 1560


Cotton waste ..... .......***:1560

Coir and coir yarn ...........:1554

Crin vegetal, twisted or
not twisted ..... ......... :1001
I I I I@ I II I*


Flax: :
Straw ........ ............. :1001 :
Not hackled ................ 1001
Hackled and "dressed line" :1001 :
Tow, noils .. 100l

Hemp nd hemp tow ..*e.........:1001
Hckled hemp' :"l0
Hackled hdmp ..............., 101 :

Specified grasses and fibers :
and all other textile grassos:
or fibrous vegetable sub- :
stances, not dressed or maiu-:
fzctured in any manner and :
n.s.p.f. .0/ ....... ........... :1582


Frou


Free-
P~ro.&

Freo

Free


73 :
783 :W& 7f. per lb.


S

S :1662 :

:1662 .

: 1656 :
* : .


or lb.


42 pe
a'.
2 I


2 I







Pr o


Froe


:1001 :
* S


r ton- :1001. :
)Cor- -ibs. :1001.
Q.r 1b.. 1001.,
er lb. :1001 .:

)er lb. :1001:

)er lb. :1001 :





8
l. :1 :

~:1684 :


S
S


Free ..

Free. .

Free


lW per lb.


43 per ton
1-. per Ib.
3l per lb.
1 per ib..

2 per lb.

3* per lb.







Free


S
*
*


ga Cotton and cotton waste or flocks if imported from Cuba is free of. duty.
b/ Act of 1922 also specified "or pilm leaf fiber".
cj -ct of 1930 mentions ist1l or Tampico, Jute, Jute butts, manila, sisal,
honequen, sunn, kapok, INeo; ZeaJlund fiber, maguey, ramic or China grass,
raffia, pulu. i.ct of 1922 specifically mentions only the first seven.


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:1




4




ME



.I
I.:

/1iiimE
,.Ii


IiH


":m






l T.*,RIFF I.TES ON WOOL IQ IL'JR


. .-...- -: .Prod-uct: .... ....' T.ariff .ct of 1922 : Triff .ct of 1930
'. (as ,described in 1930, Act) : Par.* Blto of duty : Par.: Rate of duty
S S
** S-------- -- S,. -S----------
; .; S 0
Wools: Of given origin / and : : : :
similar. Qaols without b/merino: :
or Engli-ah blood; -all other .... .
wools .of whatever ;blood. or : : ..........
"origin not -finet '"than 40s; and :: : ........... .
hair of the camel: : : Actual weiht : : Cloan content
* On tho skin...,,1.....1.......:1101 : i .pqr4]r 1101 :c/22 per lb.
In thos'rease ,.............:i101.: 12 per.lb.. :101: jq24 per lb.
Washed / ......,............. :01 : 18 per lb. lil01 :j24 per lb.
Sorted or matchings, if not :, : :
scoured;/f ..--........e...::--- *:1101 :C/25V per lb.
Scoured g/ .* ...S....S......S.!LOI: 24 per lb. :1101 :c/27 per lb.


: : 1. *
Foregoing imported.: nd-r bond fa: ..
manufacture.of carpets, etc..h/llO1 : F-ro.


:1101 : Free


a/ Origins- specified in 1930 .ct: Donsko.i, Smyrna, Cordova, Valparaiso,
EcuadoroLn, Syrian, i.'3ppo, Georgian, Turkestan, ,.rabian, Bagdad, Persian,
Sistan, East Indian, Thibotan, Chinese, ianchurian, Mongolian, Egyptian,
Sudan, Cyprus, Sardinian, Pyrenean, Oporto, Scotch BlackfiL-ce, Black Spanish,
Kerry, Haslock, and -Welsh Mountain.
b/.Words of 1922 ,ct were: "Wools, not improved by the admixture of merino
or English blood, such as Donskoi, ,native Smyrna, native iouth ,.menorican,
Cordova, Valparaiso and etherjwools of like character or descrlpvion, and
hair of the camel."
c/ Provided that .a tolerance of 10% of wool net finer than 44s may be allowed
in each bale or package.
d/ See footnote c/ on following page for definitions under both -.cts.
j Defined in 1922 Act as: "Washed vools shall be considered such as have
been washed with water only on the sheep's back, or on the skin." Defined
in 1930 ,ct as: "Washed wools and hair shall be considered such 4s has been
washed with uater only on the animals back or on tho skin, and all wool and
hair, not scoured, with a higher clean yield than 77% shall be considered
as washed."
f/ As defined by the 1930 ,ct: "Sorted wvools or hair, or matching, shall be
wools and hair (other than skirtirgs) wherein the identity of individual
fleeces has been destroyed, except that skirted fleeces shall not be con-
sidered sorted wools or hair or matching unless th3 backs have been removed."
Not specifically provided for in 1922 A.ct.
g/ Defined in 1930 Act as: "Scoured wools and hair shall be considered such
as have beeoon othon'-ise cleaned (not including shaking, uillovwing, burr-
picking, or carbonizing). "Not explicitly defined in 1922 a.ct.
h/ 1922 '.ct provide that such wocls if used in manufacture )f rugs, carpets,
or other floor covering shall have duties remitted or refunded. 1930 nct
provides that such wools if used in the manufacture of yarns vhich have been
used in the manufacture of press cloth, camel's hair belting, rugs, carpets,
or any other floor covering, or in the manufacture of knit or felt boots cr
heavy fulled lumbermen's socks the duties shall be remitted or refunded.


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T,1RIFF .ZTES 0K;. WOOL 'AID HIR Continue


- Product Tariff ct of 1922 : Tariff A.ct of 1930
(as described in 1930 sct) : Pr. : Rate of duty : Par. Rate of duty
: S
;Jcols, not specially provided : : :
for, not finer than 44s: : ; : .Cleo content: : Cleun content
On the skin ... .............: -- :. 3o por Ib.all02(a) '27 par lb.
In the grease c/ ...........: -- :a/ 31 per lb.:1102(a)b/ 290 per lb.
Washed / *.................: --- 31a s per lb.:;1102(a) :b/ 290 per lb.
Sorted or matching, if not : :. : :
scoured / ................: : .. ,a/.. :1102(.b/ 30 per lb.
S. coured .'Vj.................. :-- :"./ ?: ppr b. :il2(a) b/ 32s per lb.
: :. .
'.Vools, not specially provided : : :
for, and hair of the magora : ..... ......
goat, Cashmere goat-,, alpaca, : 2
and other like animals: : : Clean content: Clean content
On the skin ... .............: :1102 30 per Ib.:1102(b): Z2 lper lb.
In the grease c/ ...........: :-1102 31 pqr lb. :1102(b) ''340. per lb.
Washed / .................: :1102 I 31 per lb. :1102(b): 34 per lb.
Sorted or matching, if not : a .
scoured e/ *..**.. :. ---. g :10Z(b): 35: per lb.
Scourod'11 ................: .102.: ,3 pcr lb.:11OZ'b): 37- per lb.
S C S
: ., 4 :
/ In the ,.ct of 1922, this classification was net specially provide for but
w:as cover-.d by Paragraph 1102, -";hich.iwus worodd. those. s'imc' as Paragraph 1102
(b) of the 1930 Act, as quoted aboy. -., I
b/ Provided that a tolerance ef not more than 10 of wobc.ls.not finer than
46s may be allowed in -ach package or bale.
c/ Defined in 1922 .ct as: "\iools such -s shall havu been. shorn from the
sheop avithout any cleansing; that is, in their natural condition:." Defined
in 1930 '.ct as: "'VTocls ,id hair in the grease. shall be dc nsiderod such as
are in their natural condition as shorn from the ,anirmul and. not cleansed
othoneiise than by shaking, :il'lowing or burr-picking." .
d/ For definition seoo footnote / on previous page.
e/ For definition see fo':tnote f on previous page.
f For definition s-ee footncto g on previous page .
g/ Not specially mentionou in .ct of 1922. .


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T.3IFF R.T73 ON WOOL .-;D H.Ili Continued

Product :* Triff ,.ct of 1922 : Tariff xct of 1930
(as described in 1930 LAct) : P:r. : R-tc ef duty : Par. : Rate of duty
0 0 "


Top, slubbing, rcving and
ring waste :,..... ... ... .:
Garnettod was to ........ .0:
Noils:
Carbonize4 000 .. 6.. ..0.50:
.( Not carbonized .....,.......:
Thread or yarn wastQ *........:
Card or burr waste:. *
Carbonized 06.6......06660:
get carbonized ..'..........:
Shoddy and wool extract *..... :
Mungo .....- ...... .*... .. ..:
Wool rags .u.................:
Flocks 66 .- ..66 6..o. .... ...:
All other wool vwastes, n.s.p.f.:
6
Wastes of the hair of the
xalgor. goat, Cashmere goat, :
alpaca, and other like
animals ...... 6.... 6.0. ..... :

Wool and hair of all kinds
provided for in this schedule,:
if carbonized, cr advanced in:
any manner .or by anj procaa3ss :
of manufacture beyond the
washed or scoured condition :
including tops, but niot fur- :
thor advanced than .roving ...:


S
I S
S *
110 : 31: per lb.:1105(a):
1105 : 24(' por lb.:1105(a):

1105 : 24 per lb.:1105(a):
1105 1: 9; per ib.:1105(a):
1105 : 16i per lb. :1105(a)

:a/-- aj 16 per lb. :1105(a):
:-- / 16' per Ib. :1105(a) :
1105 : % 16' per lb. :1105(a):
1105 : 7 per lb.:1105(a):
1105 : 7-k' per lb.:1105(z):
1105 71n' per lb.:1105(a):
1105 : 16(' per Ib.:1105(a):

: Dutiable at :
S: rates pro- :
: vidcd for :
1105 : similar types:1105(b):
of :wcol \wastcsa


*


1106 :3 lb&- 06
20 a Val. :
U *

.
*
1106 :gazV per lb.&F 1106:
:207^ asd val.


37(
26g

30f
23(
25g


16
245f
lO

82'
24v


per lb.
per lb.

per lb.
per lb.
per lb.

per lb.
per lb.
per lb.
per lb.
per lb.
p.r lb.
per lb.


j/ not specially mentioned in the Ta.riff .ct of 1922.
SThe 1922 Act did not include the -words "if carbonized" in Paragraph 1106.
Under the ,ct of 1922 carbonized wool was dutiable \without specific mention,
as wool, n.s.r..f. scoured.


rsr


Duti1,ble at
ri-tes pro-
vided for
similar typos
of wvlocl wastes


37' per lb. &
20/ ad val








HID23,

Product :
(as described in 1930 Act) :


Hides and skins of cattle of :
the bovine species (except
Sides and skins of the India :
Water buffalo imported to be :
used in the:manufacture of
rawhide articles).raw or un- :
cures, or dried, salted or
S pickled ...,..................:

SHide cuttings, raw, with or
Without hair, ossein, and all :
other glue stock ....:

Hides and skins of the India :
water buffalo imported to be :
used in thu:rmanufacturtj of
rawhide articles ..e.........e:

Skins of all:kinds, raw, (othlr:
than fur skins) and;hides not :
specially provided for .......:
BOVINE L. HEER
Loather made from hides or
skins ofI cattle of the bovine :
species (other than.fancy
leather c/) sole or- belting :
leather (including offal),
rough, partly finished,
finished, curried, or cut or :
wholly or partly manufactured a
into outer or inn2r sol-us,
blocks, strips, counters, taps:
box toes, or any othir forms :
or shapes suitable for con-
version into boots, shoes,
footwear, or bcltinfr ..........:


i .... ........i..
.... .......~i



d:jW .i~i
~H'
3;;IIL'S J :: LETHE.R~ : Tl
OJL........L. ,L.I.'.JE..K

T.Triff AQct Qf 1922 a Tariff Act of 1930.. IZ ":'
Par. : Rate of duty Par. : Rate of du(















mD
S '.
S S -*; .
.. a. ..






:d/ vree :1530(b) 10- ad val_ ;
15 Fre S 69 Fre
Sa.......a...





S. 3 S. ..
a a 1
a ...,,
*... ...
1589 :.a/ Fr'ee .......:15:50(a): io0S ad vail.








166 a.e a 1 6 r e.*'
:* :a|














1
.. ... .5 ; 1.
1587 a Free : 1689 a Free de
;. a............I "
a

4, .. *. g -
a .* I
-- a:j lFree a 1691 a: 'e


166 : Free. 'i6,1.Fre. *

S _

166a: e .: 1 :5 Free

: a
a

r *
*d_ Sro:13( :1Sadv


* I


a/ The words "of the bovine species" and the exception in parenthesis are new
in the 19.30 Act.
b/ ot spccially mnentioned in 1922 Act but fr'e under paraLgraph 1666 as "skin,
of all kinds, raw, and hides not specially provided for".
c/ The f..ncy loAther referred to is the grainc.l embossed, or fancy leather prO'
vidod for in paragraph 1530 (d) of 19.0 Act. ..
d/ Not specially menr.tion-d in 1922 Act but freo of duty under paragraLph 1606 a&
leatherr not spcci-lly provided for".


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HIDM-3, SKINS .-1 LEDATHR Continued


Produo t '
(as described in 1930 Act)


I___

C



Leather welting made from the :
hides or skins of cattle. of :
the bovine species (not in- :
cluding fancy lezthior /) ....:

Loather made-from tho hides or :
*skins of cattle of the- bovine
species (not including f.ncy :
leather a/) to be used in the :
manufucturo of iharnbss or
saddljry ......... ...........

Leather mad'o: from hides or
skins of cattle of the. bovine :
*species: (not including f-ncy:
loathcr ja}
Side upper loautner :(including
grains and splits)J, patent
leather and- luather made from :
calf or kip skins rough, partly.
flrn:t. Yi-o finished, or cut :
or vwho Py Or partly, man-ufr.c-
tured ii co uppers, vamps, or
any fo-ms or shapes suit:.ble
for conversion into boots,
shoes, or footwears. ........ .:

Leather mnd# from hides or skins:
of cattle of th bI-ovine
species; (not iuluding fancy:
leather a/)
Upholstery, bag, c-O3e, glove,
cr str-p leather in the rough,:
in the white, crust, or
russet partly finished, or :
finished ....................:
Collar or garmet leather, in
the rough, in the vwhito,
crust, or russet, partly
finished or finishoa ........:


Act 1930
Rate of duty


-A


1431 ~ :,20. ad va-l. :1530 (bj 2 0,; d v l..1



--- }b/ o" :1530 (b) 20/1 ^d vc-..
: S


./ The funcy leather referreo to is the gr:,inAd, ;nbossud, cr f:ncy lo-thur
provided for in Par:.gr-ph 1530(d) of th: 1930 Act.
b/ Not spocic-lly mentioned in the 1922 Act but frec of uuty under F.ar:.r:-ph
X606 as "leather nmt speci-lly provided foel.
c/ But dressed Lnd finished calf and kip loe.ther, other than shoo lcathtr 20
per cent in Act of 1922 under Paragraph 1431.
d/ Paragraph 1431 cf the 1922 Act included l.-.:thr madeu from hides of both
bovine and nonbovino cattle.


Tariff t.ct 1922
F-r. a a]tc of duty





b/ Free







:3 J/ t'roe
















--- :b//Froo
C
C


T-riff
Par.





* S
:1530(b)







* C
:1530(b)
















15b30(b)


12I ad val.







121f, ad vJl.
















15% ad vJl.







HIDES, 3XIILS AIlD LEATHER Continued


Product
(as described in 1930 Act)


S Tanri
: Par.


Leather made from hides or skins
of cattle of the bovine :
spncis: (not-'including fancy :
leather a/) T6 be used in the : :
ftanufacturoe c' footballs,
basket balls, soccer balls, or:
medicine b-ull' ................ 1431

All other leoathor made: from the:
hides or skins of cattle of :
the bovine species (not in- :
eluding fancy: loeathei j/)
rough, partly finished, fir.- :
ished, or curried, no't special-
ly provided for .... .........9: 1606

Leather made from tihe hides ur :
skins of cattlc of thl., bovin,- :
species, grainc,, printed, urm-:
bossed, ornamentcd, Or decora-:
ted, in any rmannr-r ut to .ny :
extent (including loatiicr
finished in gold, silver, :
aluminum, or'liko effects), or:
by ajny cther process (in :a-
diticn to tanning) made, into :
P-ndy leather, and aty of the i
foregoing - -
by whatcv :r name? ,cvwn, a'. tc:
wvhatover use applied .........: (1431
.(1606


ff Act 1922
Rate .of duty



.*





b/ 20%




S



Ftoe


2o%
Ftree


:1530(d)*:
* S


j/ Tho faicy leather rt.jfrri to. is "the griiied, embossed or fancy leather
provided for in Pzraraph 1530 (d) cif the 1930 Act.
b/ Bask.t bu-ll, soccer bu-ll nd mrn.ifcine, ball lc..thor nut specia-lly mentioned
in the 1922 Act. t
c/ Eu7noled u'pholstJey l-thor, bag, str.4p, f2sgfJ, football, and glove louther,.
finished in th v-hit'- or crust, ..nd sc-i, shicup, goC-t, -nd c.lf le-thor,
dressed Lid inisiiedi othcr ti-han siho,_ loethdr, 20 -per cent, Act of 1922.


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-S


30% ad val.


Tariff Act 1930
Par. Rate of duty
* S
* 0

*S
Z'



:1530(b): 20%^ ad val.

S


(b 1 d
S

:1530(b): 15% ad vale.


B







HIDS3, --KIIS S A10 LL"2i{ER Continued


Produc t
(as described in the 1930 Act) :


LEATIER OTHER 211U: 3QVIL7
Leather (not including fIancy
leather _/) mad- frcm itl's or :
*skins of animals includingg
fish, reptiles, and bird, but :
nut including cattle uf the
bovine spoci-_3) :-
In the rough, in thli .hit, :
crust, or russet, partly
finished or finished; ........:
Vegot-bl. turned rough
Leather made from gcL.t or
sheep skins includingg tnoso :
corarr.'rciallr Knovw.n xs Indi.`
tarored gct or sheep siZlri3
Anfl of thuL- forgoing if iL- :
port3d to be used in t..e
manufacturer of bouts, sicC.;5
or foctwvcar, or cut:c.r \ ioll':
or partly mn-nuficturc- into
uppers, vainps, or any foirns :
or shapes suitable for con-
vorsion into boots, shoes or
footwear ................... .:

Loather other than bovine,
grained, printed, embossed,
ornamented, or doccrutod, in
any manner or to caiy extent
(including lea.th..'r finizhe-d ii: :
gold, silver, .luninu.., cr like:
effects), or by ar-; cthi.-r pro- :
cess (in addition to tarn;inp)
made into fancy leather, and
any of the fcregcing --- by
whatever name kcx-.rn, -.und t
whatever use ap.Iicd ..........:


(
(


2arxiff Act of 1922 : %~rijf.. .c x z 1f -0

I&r. : ato cf C'ut; ,P-r. :a Rt., c f LditL/





143 12-' aS
160 Fro Sj C 65, uVl


1!)7 (C 10




:c Fro 50c 1" il


(1^-1^/ 2,: ;-L vaL):15 0 (d 30,^ -d Vl.I
(1606 : Free j::


*____ S_ J__ ___ __:__________-
j/ The funcw leo:th-r -rf .rr,-: t. is tLi? gr.i', rnD Sm.s.. :or faney 1 father
provided for in Paragrpii} 15W0 (d) of tnco 1930 Act.
b/ Chamois skins, pianoforte, pianoforte-action, player-piano-action leather
20 per cent; seal, sheep, goat leather otrer than shoe leather, 20 per cent.
c/ Not specially mentioned in l122 Act but free of duty under Paragraph 1606
as "leather not specially providedd for".
d/ Dnameled upholstery leather, bag, strap, case, football, and glove leather,
finished in the white or crust, and seal, sheep, goat and calf leather,
dressed and finished, oth-r than snoj leather, 620 or c.nt, Act of 1922.


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FtlS A.D FUR 3:IU3S


Product
(as described in 1930 .,ct)

Dressed furs'and dressed :
fur skins (Oxcept silver :
or black fok)
Not dyed ................
Dyed ...e se ... ..*. ..

Plates, mats, linings,
strips and crossess :of
dresseu dog, gcat cr kid
sKins
ijot dyed ..............
Dyed .. .....e.... .... :

Silver or biL.ck fox furs cr
skins, dressed cr un-
dressed, not specially
provided fcr ..

Furs and fur skins, not
specially 'providled- fcr,
undresseL oi..e...,...,.m :


Tariff Act 1922 :
Par. : Rate of duty : Pa





1420 a 25 ad val. :1519


':



142"0 0b2/ 10%. ad val. :1519
1120 : 1b_/ 1-0 ad val. :1519
*10
: ....







: m

1420 :c/ 50i ad val 1519


1579' Fr :1681
157 5 re 18


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*


ariff nct 1930 m
. : RIatu of dutyr





(a): 25% ad val
(a): 30og ad val






(a): 25% ad val
(a) 50% ad. val





(c; 50% ad val



IFree


.a


a! Described in the ,-ct of 1922 as "Furs dressed on thle skin, not advanced
further than dyeing".
b/ Described in th3 .ct of 1922 as "Plates iand m.ts cf dog and goat skins".
c/ The word "furs" new in 1930 -.ct.





MISCELLAKEOUS

Product : Tariff -Act of 1922 : Tariff Act of 1930
(asPdecrieduot) Tr. Ratc of duty Par.----f
(as described in 1930 ,ct): fur. : Rat. of duty : Par. : Rate of duty
:__ ___ ,__ ___ __ :__ ; _,


.1
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I


Fti corn a/ ............

Hops .....................

Hop extract ..............

Lupu lin ........ee.....s


: 15i8 : Freo.

: 778 : 24 per lb.

778 : 2.40 p.r lb.

778 : 75 per lb.


779 :

780 :

780 :


420 per ton
of 2,000 lbs.
244 per lb.

,02.40 per lb.


780 : i1.50 por lb.


ja/ 'reo if th' growth or. product of Cub-..


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Index


Page
Alfala eo ..'.... .. .. 30
Almond oil .............i... .. 8


Blmoed'oil .**.. orn. .**'** 8.
Almonds ..'. .. .... .... *.....s 58
Alsike' clove. seed .. ......... 5 0
Anogo'a goat' h.ir '....'...'...'. 34,35
A n Im 'a l's': .. .. .. i.
Beedihge ..................... 5
"Game ... .........' ....a'a 's ... 5,6
Live Ban .... .. .'.'..'.. .. ..... 5
Pedigree'd ....'.'..''.'....... .. 5
N. s. p. f o ..'.'.'. .. .... 5
Apples .......... ... .. ..... 20
Apricots ........... ... .... 20

Bacon ...6....... ................ 6
Bananas ........................ 20
Barley ...................... 16,16
Bean cake and stick, etc. ...... 24
Beans:
Castor ....................... 10
Green, dried, in brine, etc. L4
Beef ......6.................. .. 6
Beeswax:
Bleached *. ... *..a.a 7
Unbleached .................... 7
Beet sebd.' ...................... 31
Beb ts .
Other haWn sugar bbets ....... 24
Sugar' ........ 2
Boe't pulp,' drloid ."...... 18
SBerries ......0. 20
Birds:
Live ...... ... ......... ..... 13
All other ................. 13,14
Bran ... .... .. ...... 18
Brazil' or cream' huts ...... 28

room corn ..... .40
Buckwheat ................... 16 ,18
Butter and substitutes ....... 12
.Buttermilk ........ ....e....... 11
abut ager .............. .2

dabbagb oed 314
Caao bu'ttbi..r *as ....... 8
Canary seed .................... 31
Carnauba wax .................0 6 8
Carot seed ............ ........ 31
Cashbwanuts ................... 28
Cashewr goanuts 28.......... 34,35
Cashmnere goats ......... as@ 34935


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Cabmn' an casein glue ......... 12
Cu~bea'ns 10
CL stoi beans ................... 10
Castor oil ..................... 8
Cattle ....... ..... ..... ....... 5
Cauliflower sode& ............... 31
Celery *' -- *. ....* 25
Celery seed ...........;s........ 31
Cereals .......... ... .. ... 17
Cheese and substitutes ......... 12
Cherries .... ............. 20,21
Chestnuts ......... ........... 28'
Chickpeas:
Grooeen or unripe, dried,
split, otc ................ 25
China grass. See-o amine
Clover seed ................ 30,31
Cocoa-. See Cac:o .....
Coconut r:,io"t ... ............... 28
Coconut oil ................... 8
Coconuts ....... ........c...... 28
Cod and cod-livoroil'....sc.* 7
Cod-liver oil cake'and moal .... 19
Copra ........... 10
Corn ....... ...c...... 16,40
COttoni ..... ... ......... ..... 32
Cott6nse6d' ......s..i ce. 10
Cottonsecd oil ............... 8
Cott61 w.sto ..csos ...... 6... 32
Cowtods:
OGren dr unripe, dried, in
brindecc '..... ..i 24
Crcam ecci..................c.c 11
Cr6t6ii 6il ..................... 8
Cudr5ub6its .. 25
Curr.nts ccccecic... 21

Dates scic.... 21
Dog skins ..cce...cc...ci....c. 40

Eggs ......c c.. ccc.i c... ccc. 15
Eggplant .............. ........ 25
Eula.choi oil ............ 7

Foeds, mixed "..'... .... 19
Fiber' and grasse,e'tc ....... 32
Figs .@ sc... ........ ........c.. 21
Filberts .. c.. ccsc.. scc.c. cc. 28
Fish" scrapscicc c scceccc ci19
Flaz .s c.... c... c 32
Flas*ed ..1 ..... 10,18


Continued







Index Con


Page
Flaxseed oil ................... 8
Flower seeds 3...... e.........* 31
Fruit paste and pulps, IJ.s.p.f. 23
Fruits:
Candied, etc. ...eg..g.ggg*gg 23
Dried, etc. .*e..........eg 23
In brine ......... a.....s....e 23
In natural state .e........... 23
Pickled ...................... a ,23
Furs ........................... 40

Garbanzos. See chickpeas.
Garlic "....... .... g.. e e gg.. 25
Goat:
Hair 2.... .g..g ....... g...... 34
Meat ............... e e e........ 6
Skins .. ...... ... e........ 40
Goats .......................... 5
Grapefruit ....... oi d....... .... 21
Grapes .............21
Grasses:

Others ............ ........ 32
Greases ...................... 7

Hair (animal) ................ 34,35
Hams ........................... 6
Hay .......... ................. 19
Hemp and hemp tow .3............ 32
Hempseed .. ....... .... .... 10
Hompseod oil .......... ........ 8
Honequen .... 32
Herring oil .................. 7
Hides and skins of cattle ...... 36
Hon ey a' 3
Honey ... ....................@@
Hops and hop extract .......... 40
Horseradish ........... 25,27
Horses .........g.gegg .g 5

Istle or Tampico fiber ......... 32

Jellies and jams.............. 23
Jute g g... .. .g..... ....g...ge 32

Kale seed ............... 31
K;a.pok g g ge 32
Kup k .....ooe......o.o ..... 52
Kzpok seed ............ 10
Kernels:'
Apricottind'poach ............ 10
Palm nut w..a........... 8
Kohlrabi seed ...... ......... 31


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tinued il

Pago.::
Lambs ...................... 5, .6 .
Lard e ..... .... .. .. 7
Leather:
Bovino "e. ............ 6,37,3S
Other than bovine .. ... :...j. 0
Lemons *,.s.e.,..ee .*g.gg,,,*4 21 T
Lentils *.*.**.********;@^l
Lettuce *........................26 i
Limos ......................... 21 :i
Linsooeed oil ......"'.'' 8 Hi
"" ":" i
Lupines Sol
Lupulin ......................... 40

Macaroni .................... 17,1
I.vaguey s ....................... 2
2',lal t sprouts . a 0 18 44
lIlund&lonas .*.*.*. 28 4
.-ngilwurzel seod sg......ee 31 ...
.anlgcos be* ....................s 22
i-:n il a f ib or a a e a a a 9 a a a a a 2
i.ii.plo sug-ar- and syrup e......ee 3 :
I Iarmalados eg.ea... .........., p23 !
Marrow, crude g. .bba.bbame..se,. 7
lecats, fresh: i
Beeoof and vOalbbf.*.........a. 6
Goat g.......e...g...e.....* 6
~6
Limb and mutton .... ........o 6
N.s.p.f. .g.ge.eeg.ggegg.gee.fa 6
Pork e 6
Reindeer ..................e..,e 6
Venison ge..,ggaeg.g.egses.. 6
Monhaden oil .gg..a....g......ge 7
.i Ilk:
Buttermilk ...................m 11
Condensed or evaporated a...... 11
Frosh and sour ... ... 11
Maltod ........................ i :
Mixtures of ................. 11
Powder e g ge..ggege 11 ,i
Substitutes ...........*....... 11
Molasses ... !
Mules ........g.g.g.g.g .......... 5
Mushrooms .se.s. a as. 26
Mushroomsood ......... ...ee. es 31i
Mustard seed ...*e..e....e......e 31
Mutton g.*g gggae ee 6 A

New Zealind fiber ............... 32
ioodlos .7.....g .............* 17
Nut and kernel- paste n.s.p.f. ... 29

Continued


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Index Continuad


Pt-go
Nuts S
N.b.p.f...................o 10,29
Oil .........o................ 9

Oats 00....... 00.................' 16 16
Oil cake and oil-cake meal *.. 18,19
Oils: ......


Mixtures .9..........* .* 49.
Vegetable 0 0....0.. 0000000
l.s.p.f. .................
Oleo oil and stearin ........
Oleomargarine ..............
Olive oil ...................
Olives ....... ... ...... .....
Onion seed ........ 0 .....00
Onions ..0 ........... 0 .......
Oranges ,.., 0000 0**i0000,

Palm oil ...........0.....0 0
Palm kernel oil .... ....*..
Palm nuts 00..000*000 ...0. ..
Parsley seed ......... .......
Parsnip seed ...... ..........
Peaches 0 0*.0*..,.*0o*,*00000
Peanut butter 000000000000000
Peanut oil ... .... 00.......


*000* 9
.86'9
7, 9

., 12
00 8
..22
... 31
S26
4.. 21


Peanuts o.................... 10,29
Pears ....................... 20,22
Peas ........................... 26
Pepper seed ............0....... 31
Peppers **.*...00000000.0..0 26
Perilla oil .............. ..... 9
Porilla seod .......o.......... 10
Pigeons ......................o 14
Pignolia nuts ........... ...... 29
Pimentos o............... 6 0..... 26
Pineapples .................. ... 22
Pistacho ....................... 29
Plantains ...................... 22
Plums ......................... 23
Poppy seed ****..........***.... 10
Poppy-seod oil 0.... *..0 ...0 0 0. 9
Pork .........................., 6
Potatoes ... .. .... 91. ...0669 866 26
Poultry:
Dressed and undressed 00000 13,14
Live ..............0.. 0.13,1
Prunolles 0000000 00000 00000000023
Prunes 0........,. 00. 0 23
Pulu 0............0000... 32


Pago
Radish sejud oo. 31
Raffia *............. **........ 32
Rai's iis ,..... ....... 21
Ratio g~rubs ..32
000 ..... 0000 0 00 0 10
Il.peseod oil. ............... 9
* 'Relhdbir mo.t **oa* oooo**o*** 6
' Rib t .. .a. a o oom"e.." e .. .* o 16
.* ubb6r' sced.,.000000000000000000 10
b.7t~a"' seed ............ 31

*Rye 0 60 0 0 0 0 0 000 000 a0 a 1

'Sauc s 0S'0'0'6 MS00 4000 0 000000 0 0 0 9 0 60 0 0 26
SRt crkraut ................... 27
Ry,. .: ; .. 17,

'S uces *'* "*** .. 26

Streonihg3, etc. ........... 18
o.".l oil ...................... 7
iceds:
Field ...........0 0 0 00 0 000 30,31
Garden ...................*. 31
Gras .....0........... ...... 30
L.s.p.f. ............... 10,30,31
Sostne :
Oil' ............. 0 0 0000 02000 9
oeo 0l o o 0 a* 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1
S'oo'd 1i.. .0...0. 0
o :.p ...... ... .. ... .... ...... 5
Sj.ould'?rs .*. 0.0 000..*.. ** 6
Shrub secd .......... ...e....e 31
a irups ........... 0 0........ 2, 3
Sisal ....0 ....0 0 0..........0 32
Skins ....................... 36,40
Sperm ..0 0 0 0..0....00 0 0 0 7
Spermac'eti wax ............ 7
Spinach seed .0 0....000000. 31
Sod oil ...................... 7
Soy-bean oil .....******.*0.... 9
Soy-beai; oil-cake and soy-bean
oil-cake meal ..... ..... ...... 18
Soy beans 000..0000000000000. 27
Squash ...00 .0 ..000 00** ....... 27
Straw ......................... 19
Sugar .........................2, 3
Sugar beets ...0..0..000....0.0 2
Sugar cane 0..0 0***..*...SO00 2
Sugars, sirups, etc. 00..00000 2, 3
Sunn .......................... 32
Sunflower oil ................. 9
Sunflovwer seed ............... 10
Swine .. ............. ........ 5

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Index Continued

Page
Tallow .**...........e*e..e,.e 7, 9
Tamarinds ...................... 23
Tampico. See Istle fibre
Tancage .e ........... ...... 19
Tobacco:
Filler ..........m.e....... 4
Leaf ....................... 4
Stems *...o...............m 4
Wrapper em. em.... smeeem.a.e 4
All other ................. 4
Tomatoes ..me.m.......m........ 27
Tung:
Nuts .................j..... 10
Oil .......................... 9
Turnip seed .................. 31
Turnips and rutabagas .......... 27
Tree and shrub seed ........,... 3j
Truffles o...mo..me..e........ m'

Veal .....6.................. 6
Vegetable:
Oil. See oils
Substance, etc. .....6........ 27
Tallow ..................... 9
Wax ........................ 8, 9
Vegetables:
Cut, sliced or reduced in
size, etc. and n.s.p.f. ...&M 27
In natural state .... 24,25,26,2t.
Prepared or preserved in
any manner ......... 24,25,26,27
Venison a......a.m.e............a 6
Vermicelli ................. 17

Walnuts .......m........... .. 29
Wax
Animal ...................... 7
Vegetable .m................ e, 9
Whale oil .................... 7
Meat ...e e ....e M .... ...... -17,18
Wool:
Extracts ..me.em... e wom........ 35
Flocks e..................... 35
Grease e... ...me. e. o. eee 7
Manufacture of .e............. 33
Ne.s.p.f. ..................... 34
Not improved .ee... eee.. .34,35
Other ................ ..... 35


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