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The tariff of Sweden-Continued.

Articles.

Dutiable
unit.

Duty.

Architectural works. (See Sculptures.)

Arrack. (See Brandy and Spirits.)

Arsenic; when imported by druggists or under a license granted by the ministry of commerce for use in manufactures..

Kr. öre.

Free.

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Asphaltum felt. (See Paper for sheathing.)

Free.

Potash, raw, refined or calcined

Asphaltum pipes; classed with Machinery, implements, and tools not specified.
Ashes, raw; of wood or of other vegetable origin..

when composed of more than one material, or of a material that is not specified in tariff..

Orpiment; classed with Colors and dye-stuffs.

Balsam; copaiva, Peruvian, or any other pure balsam

Ribbons:

Free.

Free.

Boxes and caskets; classed with the material, worked, of which they are made;

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Silk velvet and pure silk

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Half silk..

1 kilog.

2.30

NOTE. No allowance to be made if the silk in "half-silk" ribbons amounts
to less than half the weight.

Other kinds of ribbons, including such wherein caoutchouc, India rubber,

and similar materials are used, even if silk is a component part of them... 1 kilog.... NOTE.-No allowance to be made for weight of paper-wrapping or bobbins.

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Bast and bast-rope.......

Bast-matting

Pitch and pitch-oil..

Bone and ivory (includes whalebone):

Unworked, of every kind, including therein plates for piano-forte keys, cut,

Worked:

Ivory and walrus-tusk.

All other kinds

Bone-black, bone coal, or bistre

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Set in gold or silver; to be weighed with and pay same duty as the setting.
Set in other material; to be classed with Jewelry goods.

Jewelry goods of any other material than gold or silver, such as bracelets,
broaches, chains, crosses, rings, seals, buckles, &c.....

NOTE. No deduction allowed for the weight of etuis or jewelry cases, or for pasteboard cards to which articles are fastened.

Sculptures and architectural works, when they are works of art..

Other kinds of sculptures and architectural works:

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Of any other material, of which the manufactures are not specially provided for.

Free.
Free.

1 kilog...

.60

Free.

1 kilog....

.24

1 kilog..

.35

Blood, of animals of all kinds.

Flowers:

Natural, fresh..

Artificial, of cloth, paper, straw, feathers, or similar substances.
Parts of artificial flowers

Free.

Free.

Free.

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NOTE I-By "Parts of artificial flowers are only understood leaves in
bundles, single ears or buds, &c., not bound together or inserted.
NOTE II. No deduction allowed for the weight of boxes, paper, or similar
covering.

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Yarn spun of hards; hemp or linen

Writing ink (no allowance made for weight of bottles or jugs).
Ink powders

Bobbins; classed with Machinery, implements, and tools not specified.
Bookbinders' cloth or sized and embossed cotton cloth. (See Textiles.)
Book covers, when separate

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The tariff of Sweden-Continued.

Articles.

Letter-dies, printing type, clichés, stereotype or electrotype plates, etched or engraved plates

Printing inks or colors, used for book or copper printing or lithography; to be classed with Colors and dye-stuffs.

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Mounted in polished or japanned wood..

Mounted in unpolished or painted wood or iron

Mounted in bone, horn, or other material..

Masons' and housepainters' brushes; to be classed with Machinery, implements, and tools not specified.

Bouillon de poche

Letter envelopes and paper bags....

Britannia metal. (See Metals, not specified.)

Embroideries, all kinds; complete or only begun, pay same duty as the material upon which the embroidery is applied, with the addition of 20 per cent.; but when such material is on the free list, there shall be levied a duty of 10 per

cent. ad valorem.

NOTE. No deduction allowed for weight of paper to which embroideries may be fastened.

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Distilled from grapes:

When the brandy or spirits is manufactured in France and imported
directly from that country by sea...

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When manufactured in any other country or imported in any other

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Distilled from other fruit than grapes... In bottles or stone jugs:

All kinds of brandy and spirits (regardless of percentage of alcohol)... NOTE I.-In order to be entitled to the benefit of the lower duty upon spirits of French manufacture, it is necessary to produce a certificate either of the authorities at the place of production, of the collector of the port of export, or of the Swedish consul or vice-consul at the point of shipment, stating that the spirits are made of grapes and distilled in France; such certificate, when given by a French official, must be duly attested by a Swedish consul or vice-consul.

NOTE II.-Brandy or spirits of a different strength than the one above given is to be reduced to the normal strength of 50 per cent. in the way prescribed by regulations.

NOTE III.-Should the spirits be found to contain sugar or other foreign substances, thereby vitiating the data of the alcoholometer, such spirits is to be classed with Liqueurs.

Bread:

Biscuits, cakes, ginger-snaps, and similar articles; all that can not be classed with confectionery, wrapping immediately surrounding the articles to be weighed with them..

All other kinds.

Shrubs

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Bottles. (See Glass.)

Boats. (See Ships and Boats.)

Ladies' belts, garters, woven straps for dresses and similar articles; to be classed with Suspenders.

Berries, n. e. s. (See Fruit.)

Berry-wine or sirups; to be classed with Wines.

Books:

Printed...

Free.

Blank; ruled or unruled, pay same duty as paper with 20 per cent. added thereto.

With raised letters for the use of the blind..

Free.

* Containing 50 per cent. pure alcohol at a temperature of 15° Celsius.

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Chicory root..

When burned or ground; classed with Roasted materials used as substitutes
for coffee.

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Crucibles; classed with Machinery, implements, and tools not specified.
Decorations, plateaux with belongings, and ornaments, n. e. s., to be subject to
the same duty as the material, worked, forming their chief component part.
Oakum and oakum-matting..

Grape sugar; to be classed with Raw sugar, of darker color than No. 18 Dutch

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Paper labels and tags. (See Paper.)

Ships and boats, with all appurtenances

Etuis and traveling necessaries, made of materials not otherwise provided for,
with or without belongings

Falence. (See Porcelain.)

Fennel

Varnishes (includes boiled oils)

NOTE.-So-called "spirit varnish," consisting of spirits with a small addition
of resin or similar substances, to be classed with Brandy and spirits.

Figs..

Files; classed with Machinery, implements, and tools not specified.
Thimbles, of all materials except gold and silver..

Fish:

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Hoopskirt springs, covered. (See Bonnet-frames, &c.)

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Watch-springs; classed with Watch materials.

All other kinds of springs to be classed with manufactures of the material
of which the springs consist.

Cuttle-fish bone, Ossa sepice.

Baggage and personal effects:

Free.

Necessaries for traveling, accompanied by the owner, when the custom-
house officers are satisfied that such do not exceed his needs during the
voyage

Free.

Other old or previously-used articles and portable property, when after due
oath given by the owner that such are intended only for personal use and
not for sale, the custom-house officers are satisfied that such do not exceed
the owner's needs

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Molds, of all materials, when they are for use in manufactures and can be looked

upon as implements or tools...

Phosphor.....

Photographic views and portraits.

(See Copper prints.)

*See § 5, appended instructions.

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Preserved in brandy or vinegar, the weight of cans or bottles included..
Dried..

1 kilog....
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Cochineal...

Calamine (cadmia)....

Yarns:

When preserved in sugar; classed with Jellies and confectionery.

Seeds:

Canary

All other kinds, n. e. s

Fireworks.

Colors and dye-stuffs:

White lead, zinc white, and krems

Indigo, indigo extract, and carmine of indigo..

NOTE.-Above-mentioned colors, when prepared in oils or otherwise, may

be classed with same colors unprepared.

All other kinds of colors and dyes, prepared or unprepared, n. e. s..
Paint-boxes, with colors and other belongings, also paints in shells, glass, etc..
NOTE.-No deduction to be made for the weight of boxes, shells, glass, or other
belongings.

Dyers' lichen, all kinds..

Dye-woods, in logs or unrasped, all kinds; also all other unprepared plants or parts of plants used for dyeing, n. e. s.....

Galanga root

Gall-nuts

Window-shades, of cotton, linen, or hemp, painted or printed

Divi-divi

Cotton, simple or double, in skeins or upon bobbins:
Uncolored

Colored or printed, all kinds...

NOTE.-In case it appears doubtful if yarn entered as "Double cotton
yarn" should rather not be entered as cotton thread, the importer
will be required to furnish expert testimony to the effect that the
article really is what it is declared to be, before being allowed the
benefit of the lower duty upon "double cotton yarn.'

Mohair and woolen yarn, all kinds:

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Sail and twine yarns, of all kinds, therein including grass yarn
NOTE.-Yarns composed of two or more materials, subject to different
rates of duty, are to pay duty as if consisting of the material which
pays the highest impost, irrespective of the proportion of each compo-
nent part.

Gasometers, ad valorem

1 kilog....

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Gelatine. (See Glue.)

Gin. (See Brandy and Spirits.)

Gentian root..

Free.

Guns, all kinds; weight of gun-cases and other belongings included.

Parts of guns pay same duty as the material, worked, of which such parts are made.

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Pots, jars, bottles, and flasks, also apothecaries' jars with name blown in
Window, unpolished or dim-ground

For the use of chemical laboratories..

For chandeliers or candelabra

1 kilog....
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Optical glasses, separate and unset

Free.

Glass roof-tiles

Side-lights for vessels, not under 7 millimeters thick nor over 10 square decimeters superficies, with or without frames

Free.

Free.

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All other kinds, including decanters and pressed or polished flagons..
Colored glass:

When set in gold or silver, to be weighed with and pay same duty as
the setting.

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1 kilog.

.24

1 kilog....

.35

1 kilog....

1.40

Free.

The tariff of Sweden-Continued.

Articles.

Dutiable
unit.

Duty.

Kr. öre.

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Gold:

.....

Glaziers' diamonds, mounted; to be classed with Machinery, implements, and

tools not specified.

Broken glass..

Glauber salts. (See Salts.)

Pomegranates. (See Fruits.)

Pomegranate peel......

Slate pencils, mounted or unmounted..

Grits, all kinds *.

Grass, n. e. s., unmanufactured.

Colored, hackled, or unraveled

Vegetables:

Preserved in brandy or vinegar, the weight of jars or cans included..
Dried or salted.....

Unworked

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NOTE.-Weight of paper-sheets between which gold leaf is laid to be included.

Gold in the shape of powder or dust for painters' use....... Military haberdashery, of gold or silver:

Gums, all kinds, n. e. s

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Gutta-percha, unworked or rolled in sheets

Free.

Manufactures of:

Pipes, hose, and buffers

Free.

Goloshes, when trimmed with fur, are to be classed with India-rubber
clothing.

Other gutta-percha manufactures, n. e. s., and not belonging to the cate
gory of machinery, implements, tools, or parts thereof.....

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Of silk, half silk, or any other material not mentioned below, also ladies' bonnets, all kinds.

Of wool, hair, felt, or plush..

Of straw, including s. c. "Panama hats

Free.

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Other kinds, as of chip, roots or leaves, of oil-cloth, oiled skin, and s. c. "souwesters"

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NOTE.-Hats composed of several materials pay duty as if manufactured of the material forming their chief component part.

Hat linings, of silk or any other textile when united to another material.... 1 kilog....
Hat shapes, with or without stiffening; to be classed with the manufactures
to which they are most nearly allied.

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Sole-leather and alum-tanned leather, also chamois-dressed hides
and skins.

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Goat, reindeer, seal, elk, deer, kangaroo, roebuck, hare, and sheep
skins, excepting gray Crimean and genuine Astrachan

Beaver, skunk, chinchilla, marten, mink, sable, black and blue fox,
and otter..

All other kinds

* See § 5, appended instructions.

Free.

1 kilog....
1 kilog....

2.40 .50

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