Tariff Series, Issues 16-23 (Google eBook)

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U.S. Government Printing Office, 1908 - Tariff
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Page 29 - Wearing apparel, articles of personal adornment, toilet articles, and similar personal effects of persons arriving in the United States...
Page 30 - Ball Heads not permanently joined and Parts thereof. Plated or Unplated ; Bottom ' Brackets, including Bracket Shells and Plated or Unplated Axles, Cups, Cranks, Cotter and Locking Pins, Lubricators and Chain Wheels ; Hubs, including Sprocket Wheels, Lock...
Page 82 - The goods to which the foregoing regulations apply are as follows: (a) Articles used for food or drink by man, or used in the manufacture or preparation of articles used for food or drink by man...
Page 29 - Cards, portfolios, pasteboard boxes, or other coverings containing cut samples of cloth, edgings, textile fabrics, buttons of various patterns, and other articles obviously for use only as samples to sell by and having no commercial value...
Page 120 - Goods being either in part or wholly manufactured, and not being enumerated or described, and not prohibited to be imported into or used in Great Britain or Ireland...
Page 120 - ... customs, duty shall be charged in respect of such quantity of the article as shall appear to the satisfaction of the treasury to be used in the manufacture or preparation of the goods, and in the case of goods so containing more than one such article, shall be charged in a similar manner on each article liable to duty...
Page 16 - ... rough sawn and bent to shape, not planed, smoothed or otherwise manufactured ; hickory billets, and hickory lumber, sawn to shape for spokes of wheels, but not further manufactured...
Page 26 - A freight or part freight of duty-free commodities (personal baggage, gold and silver bullion, and foreign coins excepted) will render the vessel carrying them, though no other cargo be on board, liable to tonnage dues.
Page 41 - Samples not having these indications shall only be admitted free of duty when they do not exceed 40 centimeters in any dimension. (c) In order to avoid abuse, the samples declared for free entry must have cuts at every 20 centimeters of their width, so as to render them unfit for any other purpose.
Page 54 - Provided, That if there be imported into the United States crude petroleum, or the products of crude petroleum produced in any country which imposes a duty on petroleum or its products exported from the United States...

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