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1 kilog..

.35

When a textile material or leather is a component part of them ad valorem.. 100 kroner Animals, living; all kinds..

10.00

Free.

Animals' feed or fodder; all n. e. s...

Free.

Hoopskirts, made of springs covered with thread or yarn and held together by
tapes sewed thereon, are to be classed as Clothing of tape or ribbon; if the
skirts are made of cloth and provided with springs, they are to pay duty as
Clothing made of the cloth used as the outer covering of such skirts.
Crystal manufactures; to be classed with Glass, all other kinds.

Chalk, white, and chalkstone, whole or ground, also red and black chalk and pastel chalks

When mounted or set; to be classed with Pencils.

Fish-hooks..

Bichromate of potash; classed with Colors and dye-stuffs, not specified.

Pottery manufactures; n. e. s., unglazed or glazed, painted or unpainted, also terra-cotta and terralith

Gunpowder and other explosives or cartridges made of such..

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Carraway seed.....

Walking-canes, all kinds

Cases, boxes, cans, jars, baling and all similar articles, when evidently used simply to protect the merchandise therein packed, except where it is specially provided that the weight of such packing shall be included in assessing duty. Meats of all kinds

Sealing-wax

Japanned or lacquered ware:

Of tinned plate. (See Tin-plate manufactures.)

Of lead. (See Lead, worked.)

Of leather. (See Leather manufactures.)

Of pasteboard. (See Pasteboard manufactures.)

Of tin. (See Tin, manufactured.)

Of wood. (See Wood manufactures.)

Of zine. (See Zinc, worked.)

All other kinds, n. e. s....

Patent leather; to be classed with Hides and skins.

Litmus

Laurel leaves and berries..

Licorice..

Licorice root..

Lamps and lanterns; to be classed with Manufactures of the material which is their chief component part.

NOTE.-Glass globes belonging to lamps are to be classed with Glass.

Toys:

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When made of wood or of more than one material, with or without staining, painting, or japanning...

All other kinds; to be classed with Manufactures of the material of which they are made.

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NOTE. No deduction allowed for the weight of paper, boxes, &c., imme. diately surrounding toys.

Clay

Clay pipes. (See Pipe-bowls.)

Scythes; to be classed with Machinery, implements, and tools not specified.
Liqueurs

Glue:

Isinglass and gelatine

All other kinds.

Limes:

Fresh; classed with Lemons.

Salted; classed with Preserved fruits.

Flax, hackled and unhackled..

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Lime juice; classed with Lemon juice.

Free.

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Chandeliers or parts thereof, n. e. s.; to be classed with Manufactures of the material which is their chief component part, without deducting the weight of lamp-chimneys or glass globes thereto belonging.

Smelling waters, caux de toilette, &c., weight of bottles included.
Rags, also if already prepared for the paper manufacture........

1 kilog...

1.00 Free.

The tariff of Sweden-Continued.

Articles.

Dutiable
unit.

Duty.

Kr.öre.
Free.

Lunt..

Leather. (See Hides and skins.)
Leather manufactures, n. e. s., are to pay the same duty as the leather which is
their chief component part with the addition of 20 per cent.

NOTE. Leather belting, sewed or riveted, or otherwise evidently intended

for use in connection with machinery, to be classed with Parts of machinery.

Lasts, for shoemaking

Onions, all kinds, n. e. s..

Mattresses; to be classed with Bedding.

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NOTE.-Mattresses provided with frames or springs to be classed with Manufactured goods not mentioned in tariff.

Indian corn, ground or unground...

Maizena. (See Starch.)

Ores, all kinds, n. e. s

Ore specimens..

Malt liquors:

In barrels:

Porter

All other kinds

In bottles or jugs:

Porter

All other kinds

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Almonds.

Mica..

Masks

Machinery, implements, and tools, or parts thereof, n. e. s

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Machine and wagon grease

Mats and matting:

Of chip, straw, roots, bullrushes, cocoanut bristles, or rattan..

NOTE. Matting used in stowing a ship's cargo, or as protection to the same,

is not subject to duty.

Of bast. (See Bast matting.)

Of grass. (See Grass mats.)

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Medals, all kinds.

Brass; classed with Metals, not specified.

Metals, n. e. s., simple or compound:

Unworked

Worked:

Free.

Free.

Plates, brass sheets, and hoop-bands, also in other shapes for further
manipulation

Free.

Sheet metal and nails for sheathing vessels..

Free.

Other articles, flattened brass wire and metal cloth included:

When more or less gilded, silvered, or plated, or covered with
(so-called) gold-burnishing"

1 kilog...

Articles not having any such outer coating or finishing

1 kilog..

.70 .35

Scrap and old, previously-used metal, n. e. s., only fit for resmelting..

Free.

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Flour, n. e. s., of vegetable origin, that can not be included in Grain and breadstuffs or in Medicines.

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NOTE. No deduction for weight of boxes, paper bags, or other similar wrapping.

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Caps for men; classed with Clothing.

Cap linings. (See Hat linings.)

Valises, traveling-bags, and hat-boxes..

Natural curiosities for scientific collections..

Cloves

"Nicht" (pollen of Lycopodium clavatum)

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Pins and needles not made of gold or silver and not properly coming within the category of jewelry goods....

Free.

NOTE. No deduction for the weight of boxes or of paper upon which pins are fastened.

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Nets, all kinds; to pay same duty as the yarn of which they are made, with the addition of 10 per cent.

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In bottles or similar vessels

Hemp, cocoa-nut, palm, and spermaceti oil.

Croton-oil; classed with Apothecaries' stock.

All other fat oils, n. e. s...

Boiled oils. (See Varnishes.)

Volatile oils, vegetable:

Cognac, rum, and arrak essences; classed with Ethers.
Not otherwise provided for, weight of bottles included..
Fossil or mineral oils and such as are produced by dry distillation:
Native or raw, with earthy or resin-like impurities, of dark-brown or
black-brown color

Rectified mineral oils, such as coal-oil or petroleum, when colorless or
yellow-brown till yellow in color; rectified rock and earth oils, naph-
tha, so-called "solar-oil," paraffine oil, and other similar liquids used
as lighting material..

NOTE.-S. c. lighting fluid, composed of volatile oil and spirits, is to be
classed with Rectified mineral oils.

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Umbrellas and parasols:

Of silk or balf silk, in the latter case irrespective of the greater or lesser proportion of silk.

All other kinds..

Parts of umbrellas and parasols:

Frames...

Coverings, cut or sewed, are to pay same duty as the material of which
they consist, with the addition of 10 per cent.

Umbrella covers or étuis:

Of leather, imported separately or with the umbrellas. (See Leather manu. factures.)

Of cloth, imported by themselves, pay same duty as the material of which they are made, with the addition of 10 per cent."

Perfumes, n. e. s., weight of bottles and wrapping included....

Pens, writing, all kinds..

NOTE.-Weight of boxes and pasteboards included. Pen-holders:

All kinds, except those made of gold or silver..

Of gold or silver. (See Gold or Silver in a worked state.)

Hair pencils; to be classed with Machinery, implements, and tools not specified.
Pepper; all kinds...

NOTE. In assessing duty upon Cayenne pepper, the weight of the bottles or
cans is to be included.

Mother-of-pearl:

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Parchment; classed with Hides and skins.

Unworked..

Free.

Worked:

Without setting

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Set in gold or silver; to be weighed with and pay same duty as the
setting.

Pearls:

Set in other materials; to be classed with Jewelry goods.

NOTE. No deduction allowed for the weight of boxes, étuis, or paste-
boards to which articles may be fastened.

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Pearls-Continued.

The tariff of Sweden-Continued.

Articles.

Imitation-Continued.

All other kinds

Set in gold or silver; to be weighed with and pay same duty as the
setting.

Set in any other material than gold or silver; to be classed with Jewelry
goods.

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NOTE. The last section applies to bracelets of glass beads provided
with plates or fasteners of glass.

Pumice stone

All other kinds

Pistachios; to be classed with Fruits, dried.

Pistols. (See Guns.)

Plants

Platinum, worked or unworked..

Peach pits.

Wigs and parts thereof..

Pipe-bowls, mounted or unmounted (includes cigar-holders and pipes):

Of meerschaum, genuine or imitation

NOTE.-No deduction for weight of étuis, boxes, paper or similar wrapping.

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NOTE.-No deduction allowed for weight of boxes, paper, or other wrap. ping, or for inlaying (of paper in portfolios).

Potatoes, whole, cut, or grated..

Potato-flour and starch material derived from potatoes. (See Starch.)
Potash. (See Ashes.)

Tarpaulins; classed with Textile manufactures, waxed.

Pozzolana (volcanic ashes).

Poudre de riz; to be classed with Flour, of vegetable origin, not specified.
Quicksilver..

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Implements or parts thereof; classed with Machinery, implements, and tools, not specified.

Traveling blankets, double sewed together or bordered; to be classed as manufactures of the textile which is their chief component part.

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For tailors' and gardeners' use, shearing scissors; also shears for clipping plates or sheet-metal; to be classed with Machinery, implements, and tools, not specified.

Other kinds:

Unpolished
Polished

Shellac; to be classed with Gums.

Sails; duty to be assessed according to the material of which they are made.
Saved from stranded or wrecked foreign vessels. (See Ship fittings.)
Sail-duck. (See Textile manufactures.)

Sail thread. (See Yarns.)

Mustard:

Whole

Senna leaves; classed with Apothecaries' stock.

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Ground or prepared....

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Shawls, neck-cloths, and fichus; to be classed with Textile manufactures.
Shoddy

Free.

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Of cloth, morocco, Cordova leather, colored, pressed or printed leather.
Pitch-sewed boots and s. c. "seaboots

With wooden soles

All other kinds...

Felt shoes:

With leather soles; to be classed with Boots and shoes, all other kinds.
Without leather soles; to be classed with Textiles, woolen blankets and

covers.

Writing tablets:

Set between covers, with or without hinges, ad valorem.

Free.

1 kilog..

7.00

Free.

Free.

Free.

1 kilog..

.94

1 kilog.

.10

Free.

1 kilog..

2.40

1 kilog.

1.40

Free.

Free.

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All other kinds..

Free.

Scrubbing mops; to be classed with Machinery, implements, and tools, not specified.

Shovels, spades, and reaping-hooks of iron; to be classed with Machinery, implements, and tools, not specified.

Unworked

Worked.....

Tortoise shell:

Free.

1 kilog....

5.00

Industrial productions of every kind, not specially mentioned and provided for in this tariff, are to be classed as manufactures of the material which is their chief component part, or in case the chief component part cannot be determined, then ad valorem

100 kroner.

10.00

Emery

Emery cloth; to be classed with Machinery, implements, and tools, not specified.
Rouge powders and rouging-cloths

Free.

Free.

Free.

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Lacings and cords. (See Military haberdashery or passementerie.)

When made out of gut. (See Strings.)

Passementerie, such as fringes, galloons, aiguilletes, lacings, cords, n. e. s. :
Of silk or half silk...

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All other kinds, therein included articles partly of silk, of which caoutchouc,
india rubber, or similar substances are a component part
NOTE.-No deduction for paper-wrapping or paper-inlaying.

1 kilog....

1.10

Sugar:

Refined; all kinds, such as loaf-sugar, rock candy, crushed or powdered sugar. 1 kilog....

.83

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