Tariff Schedules: Briefs and Statements Filed with the Committee on Finance, United States Senate ; Sixty-third Congress, First Session on H.R. 3321 ... (Google eBook)

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U.S. Government Printing Office, 1913 - Tariff
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Page 1238 - Yarns, threads, filaments of artificial or imitation silk, or of artificial or imitation horsehair, by whatever name known, and by whatever process made, 35 per centum ad valorem; beltings, cords, tassels, ribbons, or other articles or fabrics composed wholly or in chief value of yarns, threads, filaments, or fibers of artificial or imitation silk or of artificial or imitation horsehair...
Page 1244 - That palter with us in a double sense ; That keep the word of promise to our ear, And break it to our hope.
Page 1306 - Views of any landscape, scene, building, place or locality in the United States, on cardboard or paper, not thinner than eight one-thousandths of one inch, by whatever process printed or produced...
Page 1350 - ... straw, chip, grass, palm leaf, willow, osier, rattan, real horsehair, cuba bark, or manila hemp, suitable for making or ornamenting hats, bonnets, or hoods, not bleached, dyed, colored, or stained...
Page 1147 - Provided, that no article composed wholly or in chief value of one or more of the papers specified in this paragraph shall pay a less rate of duty than that imposed upon the component paper of chief value of which such article is used.
Page 1237 - All manufactures of silk, or of which silk is the component material of chief value, including such as have India rubber as a component material, not specially provided for In this section, fifty per centum ad valorem...
Page 1017 - Cotton thread and carded yarn, warps or warp yarn, in singles, whether on beams or in bundles, skeins or cops, or in any other form...
Page 1111 - Each member of the manufacturers is to maintain a union shop, a " union shop" being understood to refer to a shop where union standards as to working conditions, hours of labor, and rates of wages as herein stipulated prevail, and where, when hiring help, union men are preferred, it being recognized that, since there are differences in degrees of skill among those employed in the trade, employers shall have freedom of selection as between one union man and another, and shall not be confined to any...
Page 1238 - Printing paper (other than paper commercially known as handmade or machine handmade paper, japan paper, and imitation japan paper by whatever name known), unsized, sized, or glued, suitable for the printing of books and newspapers, but not for covers or bindings, not specially provided for in this section, valued...
Page 1235 - Wool and hair which have been advanced in any manner or by any process of manufacture beyond the washed or scoured condition...

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