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

465 Snuff, per kilogram


(Tare in bottles and jars, 50 per cent; other envelopes, 15 per cent.) Cigars and cigarettes, per kilogram.....

(Tare, boxes 25 per cent.)

467 Smoking tobacco, chewing tobacco, and manufactured tobacco of all descriptions, per kilogram..

No tare shall be allowed for paper or other envelope of smoking and chewing


468 Torpedoes and electric apparatus for use in submarine mines

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480 481

Tripoli. (See Earth.)

Wood and wooden ware.

1. Poles, fillets and frames with real and false gilding, likewise, if the weight
of each piece does not exceed 1 kilograms, platters, bowls, boxes, cruet-
stands, sewing and dressing cases without fittings, carving and similar
small articles, per kilogram

2. Fillets, ornamental, not gilt, per kilogram

3. Turners' goods, with or without fittings, rings, &c., combs (also of cocoa or
other nuts).

a. Blocks, tools and parts thereof, spools

b. Spinning wheels and other simple turners' work, such as legs for furni-
ture, per kilogram...

c. Ivory turners' goods, penholders of wood of all kinds, combs, per kilo-

4. Carved goods, weighing over 1.5 kilograms per piece, as furniture.
5. Basket-work of ozier and willows. (See Baskets.)

6. Furniture, with cushions and seats:

a. Of walnut, mahogany, and other foreign woods, as well as veneered
with the same, irrespective of the kind of wood, real or imitation
gilding, and lacquered, per kilogram....

b. Of fir and pine, also in combination with small parts of other domestic
woods without veneering, per kilogram.

c. Of beach and other domestic woods, as well as veneering of these woods,
per kilogram

To the article in other cases than that specified in letter b composed of different
kinds of wood, it shall be dutiable as if entirely made of the wood which pays
the highest duty.

Furniture covered with silk, or silk in combination with other materials, shall pay additional duty of 10 per cent, whereas for other covers no additional duty shall be charged.

7. Staves, manufactured, and other coopers' goods, ad valorem

At the ports of Hammerfest, Vardoe, and Vadso..

Manufactured staves or such as are shaved, as well as grooved, that is, provided with incisions for the bottoms, and the bottom pieces belonging to such bottoms, or bottoms joined together.

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1. Painted, lacquered, varnished goods, impregnated or worked with india-rub-
ber, gutta-percha, or oil, likewise materials covered with paper pulp:
a. Emery cloth and sand cloth....



b. Carpets, tarpaulins, other goods of which a -meter square weighs 470
grams or over, per kilogram..

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e. Oil skin and other goods, wholly or in part of silk, per kilogram


f. Oil-cloth and other goods, not included in any of the above tive classes,
per kilogram.


2. Made up or otherwise put together, which can not be classed as dress goods,
shall pay duty according to material with an addition of 10 per cent. But
no addition shall be charged for sails and bags, and when the articles are
only stemmed or bound.

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1. Ladies' watches and pocket watches, including pocket chronometers, per

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3. Clocks for towers are dutiable as other goods of the same materials.
4. Other clocks per kilogram



5. Clock-works put together without cases, per kilogram

2. 33. 3

6. Clock cases of wood, as joiners' work.

Clock cases of other materials as clocks:


7. Faces for the clocks specified under No. 4, above, kilogram..


8. Single parts of clocks and clock-works, according to material. Weights for
clocks shall be rated separately.

Wool and woolen goods:


1. Wool.


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(In bond, 450 kilograms.)


b. Dyed, also yaru of all descriptions combined with metal threads, per

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Carpets and materials for carpets, bed-quilts, saddle-girths, and woven
girths, per kilogram...

(In bond, 200 kilograms.)

Hats. (See letter H.)

6. Knit goods, knitted, crocheted, netted, or woven:

a. Stockings, under shirts, gloves, coarse, per kilogram...

(In bond, 225 kilograms.)

b. Other including woolen scarfs of all kinds, per kilogram.........
(In bond, 70 kilograms.)
OBS.--Stockings are reckoned as coarse when they have a length of 60 centime
ters from the heel and weigh 160 grams or more per pair, and other lengths in the
same proportion; gloves are reckoned as coarse when they have not more than one
or two fingers. Shirts are considered coarse when each one with a length of 60
centimeters or more weighs 360 grams, and other lengths in the same proportion.
7. Haberdashery. (See letter P.)

8. Ribbons and textile goods interwoven with india-rubber, gutta-percha, and
the like and belts thereof (as like cotton goods), per kilogram.
9. Blonde, bobbinet, lace, and gauze (as similar goods of cotton), per kilogram.
10. Other open or clear goods, if either embroidered or woven in patterns,

figures, stripes, or squares (embroidery on canvas excepted), per kilogram.
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 em
broidery, or the interwoven close figures stripes, &c., or, if this be impossible,
when a piece of one-half meter square only 20 grams or less.

11. Other woolen goods:

a. Embroidered with silk or thread of metal, per kilogram.....
b. Otherwise, per kilogram

(In bond, 75 kilograms.)

OBS.-Woolen goods in combination with silk (see silk goods), woolen goods in combination with hair (provided they are not rated under "hair"), or other spinning materials, shall be rated as woolen goods.

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Ozier. (See Wood.)


Wines in casks or bottles, per kilogram

(In bond, 7 kilograms.)

(Tare, casks 16 per cent.)


Wine in bottles, per liter..

Lees of wine and mother of wine:

Fluid, as wine.


Mixed with oatmeal or flour of rye in proportions of 13 hectograms to 1 hecto





Grapes. (See Fruits.)

Tartar (crude and refined), including crystalli tartari and cremor tartari.

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Bows for violins and other bows for musical instruments. (See Instruments.)

Wire and wire-bands. (See Metals manufactured A. No. 15.)

Visiting cards. (See Paper.)

518 Vitriol, of all kinds..

Vitriol oil. (See Sulphuric acid.)

Carriages and carts:


1. Tram-cars of all kinds, locomotives included.....



1.07 2.50


2. 33. 3 0.80

0. 16. 6


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4. Carriages, without upholsterers' work or leather work, per piece.
Carriages with upholsterers' work.


a. Four-wheeled, wholly or half roofed, including calashes with fixed or
movable heads, per piece.


Other four-wheeled carriages, per piece..

b. Two wheeled carriages, per piece




Grease. (See Lyes of fats.)


Wax candles and wax tapers, per kilogram.
Oil-cloth and oil-skin. (See Textile goods.)
Wicks. (See Cotton goods.)

528 Shuttles, healds, and pickers.

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10 per cent

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3. Salted, of all kinds, in barrels, filled and not filled, per hectoliter

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The duty will be charged on as many tons as are given in the vessel's register when the customs officers regard it as fully loaded, that is, when the hold of the vessel is fully loaded with timber, or it may be judged that it would have been fully loaded if the deck cargo also had been loaded in the hold. In the opposite case the duty shall be assessed on the real quality loaded in the vessel, whether the cargo be stored on the deck or the hold, at the same time never paying for more tons than are entered on the ship's register. No duty shall be charged when the lumber occupies less than one ton's space.

If lumber dutiable at different rates of export duty be exported in the same vessel, such duty shall be charged:

A. For the whole lot at the lower rate where the lumber dutiable at the higher rate consists only of boards to cover the deck cargo or spars necessary for the ship's use.

B. For the cargo below deck at the lower rate and for the deck cargo at the higher, when the former consists exclusively of pieces not exceed

ing 19 decimeters in length, and the latter of wooden goods of greater length for the most part than mentioned in letter A, according to which estimate the cargo under deck shall be estimated at seven-eighths and the cargo on deck at one-eighth of the measured tonnage of the vessel. C. In other cases for the whole lot at the higher rate.

Articles not belonging to any classes subject to export duty shall be exempt of duty.

We hereby most graciously order that the foregoing decree of the Storthing shall be put in full force.

Given at the palace of Stockholm on the 18th of June, 1881.
Under the seal of the Kingdom.

In the absence of His Majesty, my most gracious King and Lord.






AN ACT in relation to the customs tariff of the German customs territory and the revenues from customs and from taxation of tobacco. (Approved July 15, 1879.)

SECTION 1. On imported goods duties shall be levied in accordance with the subjoined tariff, which shall be in lieu of the customs union tariff of the 1st of October, 1870, and the act amending the same, approved July 7, 1873 (Bulletin of the laws of the Empire, page 241). This act shall take effect

First. Immediately as to the following tariff numbers, viz, No. 6 (iron, &c.), No. 14 (hops), No. 15 (instruments, &c.), No. 23 (candles); also as to the articles contained in No. 25 of the tariff (groceries), with the exception of those articles designated in the item q2 of said No. 25; likewise as to the articles coming under No. 26 c of the tariffs (fats), and as to No. 29 (petroleum), No. 37 (animals, &c.), and No. 39 (live stock);

Second. On the 1st of October, 1879, as to the articles contained under No. 9 d, e, f (grain, &c.), and No. 13 a to f (wood) of the tariff;

Third. On the 1st of July, 1880, as to No. 8 of the tariff, flax and other vegetable spinning materials, with the exception of cotton, raw, dried, broken, or heckled; also as waste;

Fourth. On the 1st of January, 1880, as to the remaining articles enumerated in the tariff, including those herein before excepted in the first clause.

SEC. 2. Duties by weight shall be collected from the gross weighta. Whenever the tariff shall expressly so provide;

b. When the duty on the goods does not exceed 6 marks on 100 kilograms. Otherwise the duties by weight shall be levied on the basis of the net weight.

In ascertaining the net weight of liquids, the weight of their immediate receptacles (casks, bottles, jars, &c.) shall not be deducted. As regards sirups, the present existing regulations shall remain in force.

For the other kinds of goods, the percentage of the gross weight, ac cording to which the net weight shall be computed, shall be prescribed by the Federal Council.

SEC. 3. The Federal Council shall have power to provide that the ascertainment and liquidation of duties on the goods embraced in the

items, No. 2 c and 22 a, b, e, and ƒ of the tariff shall occur at such custom-houses only as may be designated for the purpose, unless the parties concerned shall be prepared to pay the highest rates of duty prescribed in said item.

SEC. 4. Duty-free shall be

a. Packages of goods imported from abroad by mail, weighing 250 grams and less, gross weight.

b. All goods subject to duty by weight in quantities of less than 50 grams. Duties of less amount than 5 pfennige shall in no case be collected; duties of greater sums shall be collected only to the extent as said sums can be divided by 5, omitting any excess in pfennige. The federal council shall have power in all the premises herein set forth to impose local restrictions in case of abuse.

SEC. 5. The following articles shall remain free from duties of import provided the conditions precedent for the exemption of the same from duty shall exist:

First. Products of agriculture and of live-stock raising, derived from such premises located beyond the limits of the customs territory, as shall be managed from dwelling houses or farm buildings situated within said limits, under like conditions; also the products of forest-culture, provided the premises situate beyond the limits of the customs territory form a part of the premises within the same.

Second. Wearing apparel and clothes already used and not imported for sale: household utensils and effects already used, factory implements and tools already used, of persons arriving in the customs territory, and when intended for like purposes by said persons; by special permission, also, new wearing apparel, clothes, and effects, so far as the same constitute articles with which persons from abroad have furnished themselves, who, by reason of their marriage, may take up their abode in the country.

Third. By special permission, also, household utensils and effects already used, when obtained by inheritance and imported upon proper evidence to that effect.

Fourth. Traveling effects, wearing apparel, clothes, &c., which travelers, drivers of vehicles, and sailors carry with them for their own use, also tools carried by journeying mechanics, as well as fixtures and instruments of traveling artists used by the same in the pursuit of their vocations; further, articles of like description sent in advance of or following the arrival of the persons aforesaid; likewise articles of food for consumption by persons traveling.

Fifth. Vehicles, including rolling-stock of railroads employed in cutting the line for the transportation of persons and goods, and entering for no other purpose; also rolling-stock of domestic railroad companies. returning empty, and the rolling-stock already in service of railroad companies of other countries.

By special permission, carriages of travelers, even if the same, when imported, did not serve as the means for carrying their owners, provided proper evidence be produced of the previous use thereof by said owners, as well as of the further use by the same. Horses and other animals if, from the use made of the same on entering it shall be evident that they belong as beasts of draught or burden to traveling or heavy wagons, or serve in transporting goods or carrying passengers.

Sixth. Empty barrels, sacks, and the like, either brought in from other countries with a view of re-exportation for the purpose of purchasing oil, grain, &c., or returned from other countries after oil, &c., has been exported therein, provided that their identity in either case be established, and, if deemed requisite, payment of the import duties secured.

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