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Number of articles.

Tariff of the Peninsula and Balearic Islands-Continued.

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42

€ 43 € 44 ce 45

C 46 C 47

48

€ 49

Tin, worked (“labrado").

Needles, pens, pieces for watches, and other similar Kilogram

Pesetas.

Pesetas.

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2.05

2.05

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Knives, carving-knives ("navajas"), and pen-knives,....do

objects of iron or steel.

of iron or steel.

Scissors, for sewing...

Swords ("armas blancas "), and pieces for the same......do
Fire-arms and cannons, and other pieces for the same.
(13) NOTE.-In order that pieces of fire-arms may pay
according to this article, they must be finished and pol
ished on the outside.

GROUP 3.-Copper and its alloys:

Copper of first fusion and the old copper
Copper and brass, in bars and ingots, and old brass..
Copper and brass, in sheets, and nails and copper wire
Copper and brass, in tubes, large pieces, partially
worked, such as the outside of "braseros,
&c., and bottoms of boilers.

Brass wire..
Metallic cloth, of copper or brass, unworked..
Bronze, unworked

Copper, bronze, or brass (worked) and all alloys of
common metal, in which copper forms part,
in pieces of hardware, although they may be
varnished.

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Tariff of the Peninsula and Balearic Islands-Continued.

Duties for the nations.

Articles.

CLASS III-Continued.

GROUP 2-Continued.

and almost always in powder or lumps, such as white
lead, yellow ocher, vermilion, Prussian and Thénard
blue, and English green.

Colors, prepared, and (dyes) tints..

Colors derived from coal (hulla), and other artificial
colors (16).

(16) NOTE. The colors included in this item are
those called artificial, i. e., organic products, in which
mineral substances rarely enter; they are generally crys
tallized, dissoluble in water, alcohol, or ether, and em-
ployed in paints, dyeing, and stamping, with or without
gold size, such as picric acid, "aldeida"green, English
violet, rosaline, and its salts, naphtha, colors, &c.
GROUP 3.-Chemical and pharmaceutical products:
Acid, muriatic or chloric..

Acid, nitric

Acid, sulphuric.

Alkaloids, and their salts..
Alum..

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6.50

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Sulphur.

....do

1.25

.65

79

Barilla, natural and artificial.

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(17) NOTE.-Barilla, natural and artificial, are understood to be carbonates of impure soda which contain

carbon.

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Sulphate and pyrolignite of iron.

Pills, capsules, and the like (18)

(18) NOTE. The products or substances included in this item shall be examined by the pharmaceutical inspectors, who will sign the declarations with the customs officers in the following form: The goods cleared are those expressed in the declaration and are (or are not) admitted to importation by virtue of their formula having been published (state where), or their composition having been discovered through analysis made by. Pharmaceutical products not specified (see Note 18). Chemical products not specified

GROUP 4.-Various:

...do

100 kilograms.

3.75

3.70

....do

1.00

.66

.do

5.00

4.60

.do

1.50

1.50

Kilogram.

2.00

1.85

1.00

.90

92

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Raw cotton, with or without seed (kepita) (19)
(19) NOTE.-In accordance with the provisions of ar
ticle 25 of the law of budgets of 1878-79, raw cotton
coming direct from foreign countries, not European,
shall pay 1 peseta less on each 100 kilograms than the
duty named in this tari.

GROUP 2.-Spun cotton ("hilados "):

Cotton, spun and twisted in one or two threads,
white or colored, up to No. 35 inclusive (20).
Cotton from No. 36 and upwards.......

(20) NOTE.-In order to ascertain the number accord-
ing to the English system (the system adopted in this
tariff) to which a piece of cotton belongs, any one num

100 kilograms.

1.50

1.20

Kilogram....

1.25

.76

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Tariff of the Peninsula and Balearic Islands-Continued.

Articles.

Unit.

Duties for the nations.

Without With treaty. treaty.

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CLASS IV Continued.

GROUP 2-Continued.

ber of meters of cotton may be taken, which number
will be multiplied by the invariable factor 59 (this
being the number of centigrams which a meter of cloth
of one thread No. 1 will weigh). The product will then
be divided by the number of centigrams which the
meters of cotton may weigh; the quotient, multiplied
by the number of threads it may contain, will give the
corresponding English number, to which 7 per cent
will be added if the cotton of more than one thread is
only twisted, and 10 per cent if twisted and colored.
Cotton from No. 36 and upwards (see Note 20)
Cotton twisted in three or more threads, raw, white,
or colored.

GROUP 3.-Woven textiles:

Textiles closely woven, raw, white, or dyed, in pieces,
or shawls, up to 25 threads, inclusive (21).
(21) NOTE.-The number of threads will be deter-
mined by half of the total of threads contained in a
square of 6 millimeters in the warp and weft of the
cloth. the counting to be done with the instrument
called "thread-counter."

Textiles from 26 threads and upwards (see Note 21).
Textiles, printed, and those crossed and worked in
the loom up to 25 threads, inclusive (see
Note 21).
Textiles from 26 threads and upwards (21), (see
Note 21).

Textiles, transparent, such as muslins, cambrics,
lawns, organdies, and gauze of any class.
("Acolchados y piqués "), quiltings piqué
("Panas veludillos"), corduroys, velveteens, and
other double textures, for wearing apparel.

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Tulles
Lace, of any class, except that of crochet ("puntilla")
Knitted fabrics of crochet, made by hand or in the

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ce 143

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ce 145

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ce 147

148

Worsted, spun and twisted, crude, or with oil.
Same, cleaned or bleached

Worsted, dyed..

GROUP 3.-Woven:

Carpetings, of pure wool, or mixed with other ma-
terials.

Feltings mixed with other materials.
Blanketings mixed with other materials (26)

(26) NOTE.-Blankets called "plaids," or similar there-
to, which pay according to the class of the textile of
which they may be composed, are not included in this
item.

Hosiery ("cejidos de punto"), whether mixed or
not with cotton or other vegetal fibers.
Cloths, and all other fabrics of the cloth line, of pure
wool, flock wool, hair, or mixed with these
materials.

Duties which must be applied to nations having
treaties of commerce so long as the treaty
with France shall remain in force.
The same cloths, when they have all the warp of
cotton or other vegetal fibers, and the astra-
kans and plush of the same materials.
All the other textiles of pure wool, flock wool, hair, ....do
or mixtures of these materials.

Duty to be applied to nations having treaties of

commerce so long as the treaty with France
shall remain in force.

The same textiles, when all the warp is of cotton or ....do
of other vegetal fibers.

Kilogram.

1.85

1.10

..do

2.60

1.65

..do

3.00

1.95

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Paper, cut, made by hand, and ruled
GROUP 2.-Printed paper, engraved or photographed:
Books, bound or unbound, and others printed in .do
Spanish (27) (28).

...do

56.25

48.75

42.00

38.50

166

(27) NOTE. The bindings of books shall be appraised according to the item corresponding to their material. When the books are bound in rustic, or with pasteboard wrappers, they shall pay as printed matter on their total weight.

(28) NOTE. The authors or editors of works printed
abroad in the Spanish language are the only ones who,
through the payment of duties, may import them into
Spain fifteen days after the publication in the Gazette,
by the ministry of Fomento, of a bibliography of said
works. This publication once made, authorizes all
subsequent publications. Newspapers published abroad
in the Spanish language do not require permission to
introduce them into Spain.

Books and other publications in a foreign language.
(See Note 27.)

Engravings, maps, and plans....

GROUP 3.-Decorating paper:

Paper, stamped with gold, silver, wool, or crystal
Paper of other kinds..

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167

1.25

1.25

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GROUP 4.-Cardboard and various papers:

27.50

23.84

€ 170 171

Paper, brown, ordinary, for packing, &c..
Paper, other paper, not expressly tariffed

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Cardboard in sheets and boxes lined with ordinary....do
paper, and objects of cardboard, &c., not fin-
ished (29).

(29) NOTE.-Boxes of pasteboard lined with paper
more or less ordinary, which serve for packing of hand-
kerchiefs, shirt-bosoms, buttons, fabrics in pieces, and
other similar articles, will pay according to this item.
Said objects finished and cardboard boxes orna-
mented or lined with fine paper or other
materials.

CLASS IX.- Woods, and other vegetable materials em-
ployed in industry, and its manufactures.

GROUP 1.-Woods:

Staves

Duty to be applied to nations with treaty so long....do
as the treaty with Austria-Hungary shall
remain in force.

Wood, ordinary in boards, although they may be
cut, planed, grooved, and tongued, for boxes
or floors, planks, beams, rafters, masts, and
wood for ship-building.

1,000 kilograms

15.00

15.00 10.00

Cubic meter..

2.75

2.60

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