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Earth, clay, and manufactures thereof-Continued.
B. Manufactures of earth and clay-Continued.
c. Stoves of all kinds of earth or clay.

d. Other manufactures of earth or clay:
1. Brick manufactures:
Bricks of all kinds.

Tiles, glazed, per 1,000 pieces..
Tiles, not glazed

Other, as pottery.

2. Pottery, common:

Not glazed or painted

Other, per kilogram

3. Crockery ware, per kilogram..

(Tare for Nos. 2 and 3, baskets, 25 per cent.; casks and boxes, 30 per cent.
4. Stone-ware (the substance showing some melting without being
transparent):

Fine (with white and whitish substance), including "iron-stone"
and "Wedgewood," so styled as crockery ware.
Common (substance, not white or whitish) as pottery.

5. Porcelain or biscuit, per kilogram...

(Tare: baskets, 25 per cent.; casks and boxes, 30 per cent.)

6. Terralith, terracotta, and other articles which do not enter in any of
the classes 1 to 5, shall be dutiable as crockery ware.

K.

Swords or sabers. (See Iron, under Metals.)

(Tare: bags, single, 1 per cent.; double, 24 per cent.)

Crowns.

Free.

Free.

8.00

Free.

Free.

0.03.3

0.07

0.23

Cabbage. (See Vegetables.)

166 Coffee, per kilogram..

0.40

(In bond, 240 kilograms.)

167

Extracts of coffee..

40 per cent.

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169

Roast, all kinds of roast plants, intended to be used as coffee, per kilogram...
Coffee-mills with wooden box, per piece...

0.60

0.40

Of iron. (See Metals.)

170 Cakes, including all kinds of pastry, prepared with vanilla, lemon-peel, honey,

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Capers, including the weight of the innermost envelope, per kilogram.

1.60

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Clothing and ornaments, not otherwise provided for in the tariff, and parts thereof,
made up by sewing:

1. Impregnated or coated with oil, varnish, gums, or like substances, or manu.
factured of such materials:

a. When the material is wholly or in part made of silk, per kilogram...
b. Otherwise, per kilogram..

2. Other clothing and ornaments, as well as parts thereof, made up by sewing,
shall pay the same rate of duty as the chief substance of the outer mate-
rial, and in addition thereto 10 per cent.; the same rate of duty shall be
paid on tamboured and embroidered articles for clothing or ornaments,
as veils, sleeves, wristbands, when each article of dress is imported sep
arately, also when not entirely finished for use. When the clothing is
made of a material subject to different rates of duty, according its weight
of a square half meter, and the weight cannot be estimated with sufficient
exactitude, the clothing shall be considered made of the material which is
subjected to the highest rate of duty. The additional duty shall not be
imposed on clothing ready-made of knit goods, also made up with buttons,
linings, strings, and like, also of a material subject to a higher rate of
duty than the clothing itself.

3. When the clothing is only stemmed or bound.

Hoofs of cattle. (See Horn.)

Buttons:

1. Covered with cloth or thread. (See Haberdashery.)

2. Other buttons and button-molds, including the weight of paper, paste-
board boxes, per kilogram...

Verdigris. (See Vitriol.)

Engravings, lithographs, and similar goods, not framed. (See Paper.)

Framed. (See Frames.)

2.93

0.73

0.35

Number.

A.-Norwegian tariff of import duties, &c.-Continued.

Import duty.

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In corks for bottles, not mounted, and cork-soles

In corks for bottles, mounted, per kilogram.

In squares in combination with other materials, including camptulicon and
similar materials, per kilogram....

Grain:

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Crowns.

0.07

Free.

Free.

Free.

0.70

0.13

0.20

0.22

0.36

Free.

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f. Wheat, per 100 kilograms

0.22

(In bond, 15,000 kilograms.)

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Of wheat, including Semouille and Cabanca grits; likewise grits of
wheat, millet, and manna, per kilogram

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Grain, mixed of different kinds, shall pay duty as that which is subject to the
highest rate.

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Brooms and brushes of twigs, rush, and other fibers of plants, per kilogram
Chalk, white and red, not manufactured....

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Obs. Goods shall be dutiable as open or clear, if intervals of a minimum thick-
ness of one thread can be distinguished between the single threads outside the
embroidery, or the interwoven close figures, stripes, &c.; or, if this be impossible,
if one-half meter square weighs only 20 grams or less.

17. Other goods of the above specified spinning materials.
a. Printed (as similar goods of cotton), per kilogram

(In bond, 90 kilograms.)

Obs.-Goods of one color, &c. (See the observation under Cotton.)

b. Of several colors, not printed (as similar goods of cotton), per kilogram. (In bond, 150 kilograms.)

0.05

Free.

Free.

1.07

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250

c. Entirely of one color and bleached (as similar goods of cotton), per
kilogram...

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Obs.-Goods of the above enumerated spinning materials, in combination with
cotton, as cotton goods; in combination with wool, as woolen goods; in combi-
nation with silk, as silk goods.

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Linen made up by hand. (See Clothing and Dress goods made up by sewing.)
Liquors. (See Brandy.)

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Num

ber.

A.-Norwegian tariff of import duties, &c.—Continued.

M.

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257

258

Instruments for weighing and measuring.
Macaroni. (See Vermicelli.)

Mattresses, filled and stuffed, bed-clothes, quilts, stuffed furniture and stuffed
parts thereof, of which the joiners' work does not form the chief part; cushions
for carriages, stuffed cushions for sofas, foot-stools, etc.:

1. When any part thereof consists of metal or wood, per kilogram..
2. Otherwise.

a. Stuffed with feathers or down, per kilogram..
b. Stuffed with other materials..

Obs. When the articles belonging to these classes have covers of silk or of silk
in combination with other materials, they shall pay an additional duty of 10 per

cent.

Provisions in hermetically closed and air-tight vessels:

1 Of animals. (See Animals and Provisions of animals.)

Import duty.

Crowns.

Freo.

0.13

0.50

15 percent.

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2 Other provisions, including the weight of the envelopes, per kilogram.. Paintings and drawings, not framed

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Extract of malt, dry or liquid, including the weight of the innermost envelope,
per kilogram....

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Steam-engines and other engines for industrial, agricultural, or nautical pur
poses; likewise parts of such engines, including packing for engines, friction
bands, and driving bands..

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I. Crude, in pigs, granulated, in blocks and bars, and in such slabs or like,
which have undergone no other finishing than melting; also old metal
goods only fit for remanufacturing and scrap metal.

Free.

II. Manufactured:

A. Of various metals:

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1. Hooks and fish-hooks, including fly-hooks and hooks with artificial bait.. Free.
2. Jewelry of base metals, in or without combination with other metals, as
bracelets, pins, chains, crosses, rings, seals, clasps, etc., including the
cases, boxes, papers, or like innermost envelopes, per kilogram...

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4. Bronze powder, and all other finely ground metals, pure and imitation.
5. Guns and pistols, per kilogram..

Free.

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7. Trimmings of gold, silver, platina, and aluminum, as thread, lahn, tin-
sel, tresses, galloons, laces, fringes, pure and imitation, per kilogram.....
8. Hackles..

2. 33. 3

Free.

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No tare shall be allowed for the papers on which pins are fastened. 10. Coins, medals

Free.

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11. Pins, including the weight of the pasteboards or the boxes, per kilo..
12. Beads of other metals than gold, silver, and aluminum, per kilogram
13. Implements and tools for industrial, nautical, and agricultural pur-
poses, provided they are not otherwise herein specified, with or
without handles

14. Type-founder work of all kinds (for instance, types and stereotype
plates, ornaments and molds of metal, with or without combination
of wood, for printers, binders, cotton-printers, paper-hangings
manufacturers, etc., as well as plates of metal, engraved or in other
ways prepared for printing of music, land and sea charts, etc.).
15a. Wire of steel or other metals, interwoven in or covered with ribbons,
thread, paper, or like (including the weight of the spools); steel
springs covered with thread or like, including crinoline wire, per kilo.
b. Manufactures, including hat-bodies, per kilometer
OBS.-Very heavy manufactures of metal for industrial and agricultural pur-
poses, also for use on board ships, can be allowed by the treasury department to
enter at a reduced rate of duty, or, according to the circumstances, free of duty,
provided they are not already exempt of duty according to the tariff.
B.-Gold, silver, aluminum, platina:

1. Pressed, unpolished, per hectogram

2. Otherwise manufactured, including the article set in the manufactured
metal, per hectogram..

Free.

Free.

0.27

0.40

0.64

0.64

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2. Nails, bolts, screws, clencher-nails; also zincked, coppered, and tinned..
3. Nuts, clench-plates, clench-rings..

Free.
Free.

0.80

288

4. Table-knives and forks, with handles of silver, or silver-plated; penknives, razors, with or without cases or boxes, per kilometer.. Observe: Knives wherein are blades of pen-knives shall be rated as pen-knives; also when they have other blades or instruments.

5. Steel and iron wire:

a. Also coppered and zincked (including strings)..

b. Wires and wire bands, and wires manufactured. (See Metals, manu-
factured, A No. 15.)

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6. Needles:

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10.

Free.

Free.
Free.

a. Sewing, embroidery, darning, crochet, and knitting needles, includ
ing the papers covering the needles, per kilogram...

b. Pins and hair-pins. (See 9th class of manufactured metals.)
c. Other needles, as polished manufactures of iron.

7. Door-handles, fire-shovels, fire-tongs, pokers, hinges, garden-shears,
hand-mills, knobs for drawers and like, chopping-knives, door-bolts,
scissors (not polished), buckles, knitting-needles, irons, mountings of
doors and windows, materials for keys, with or without handles, per
kilogram

8. Thimbles and sewing-rings (also lined with other metal than iron), steel
for striking fire, cork screws, other knives and forks than those
above enumerated, scissors (polished), locks, snuffers, spurs, skates,
swords, and sabers, with and without sheaths, and blades for such
weapons, per kilogram..

9. Beds, safes, and fire-proof boxes, so styled, copying presses and seal
presses..
Other cast iron manufactures:

1. Fine, such as ash-pans, newspaper-brackets, tables, bas-reliefs, cruet-
stands, book-shielves, barometers, hand-bells, cigar-holders, eta-
gères, figures and groups thereof, match-boxes, reels for wool, &c.,
candelabras, consoles, baskets, chandeliers, sconces, reading.
desks, screens, candlesticks, lockets, paper holders, pen-holders,
pen-racks, trays, censors, bowls, inkstands, sugar-choppers, needle-
work holders, looking-glass frames, tobacco-boxes, thermometers,
watch stands and vases, whether or not polished, painted, bronzed,
varnished, galvanized, or the like, per kilogram

2. Course:

a. Pipes, valves for pipes, ballast iron, retorts..
b. Pots and kettles, with or without lids

c. Cast-iron ware, not otherwise specified

a. Bar, bolt, and band iron, axles, and pivots, crows, ship-knees,
cramps, T-irons, and other rolled and hammered, scrap iron,
railroad bars, plates and cramps for fastening such bars...

0.53

0.15

0.35

Free.

0.20

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297

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299

Free.

Free.

Free.

Free.

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b. Bronzed, varnished, lacquered, or painted, per kilogram.
c. Cast articles, weighing over 25 kilograms, per piece.
d. Otherwise, per kilogram

0.35

Free.

0.15

G. Copper, brass, bronze, German silver, and other metals mixed with copper:

324

1. Plates, sheets, bolts, rivet rings, rivet plates, bottoms, bars, wire-cloth,
and unpolished pipes..

Free.

325

2. Nails, screws, nuts, rivets

Free.

326

4. Buttons. (See Buttons.)

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3. Sheets, plated...

5. Thread and strings.....

6. Manufactures of wire, in or without combination with other materials,
provided they do not enter into any of the above classes, per kilogram.
7. Casts of busts and statues, weighing over 25 kilograms.

8. Bells, wheel boxes, door mountings, door latches, faucets, hinges,
candle sticks, mortars, casters for furniture, irons, thimbles, sewing-
rings, knobs for drawers or like, rings and hooks, with or without
screw thread, watch-keys, in or without combination with other
materials, per kilogram

9. Other manufactures:

Free.

Free.

0.35

Free.

0.35

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332

a. Gilt and plated, including the articles especially enumerated
under No.8, when imported as gilt and silver-plated, per kilogram
b. Otherwise, per kilogram.

0.70

0.35

Britannia metal, as copper.

Microscopes. (See Telescopes.)

Minerals. (See Stone.)

333

Mineral waters. (See Thermal waters.)
Mead, per kilogram..

(Tare, casks, 16 per cent.)

334

335

Models, not fit for any other use.
Musk

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Needles (gewing, embroidery, crochet, knitting, and darning needles). (See Iron,
under Metals.)

0.17

Free.

Free.

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Nuts, hazel, and walnuts, Para nuts, and other edible nuts, not otherwise provided
for, per kilogram

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c. Linseed oil, rape-seed oil, sperm oil, oleine, lard, and other fatty oils, or
oly substances, if not elsewhere specified in the tariff, per kilogram..

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a. Camphene, paraffine oil, photogene, wood-oil, and like illuminating
fluids, American earth or stone oil (petroleum), per kilogram..........
(In bond, 1,800 kilograms.)

0.10

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b. Turpentine, spike juniper, and birch oil; hartshorn, amber oil, and
"oleum succinicum crudum," per kilogram......

0.06.7

(Tare for No. 1, a and b, and for No. 2, a and b: In casks, or other barrels, single
or double, for fatty oils, 18 per cent.; for ethereal oils, 20 per cent.; in bottles
and glasses without other envelope, 20 per cent.; in bottles or glasses in one
plain basket with straw, 30 per cent.; in bottles and glasses in two plain bas-
kets with straw, 40 per cent.; in bottles or glasses packed in sawdust or similar
article in boxes, 40 per cent.; in earthen jars, 30 per cent.; in earthen jars in
one plain basket with straw, 40 per cent; in earthen jars in two plain baskets
with straw, 50 per cent.)

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