Hearings Held Before the Special Committee on the Investigation of the American Sugar Refining Co. ...

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Page 3830 - Canada is less than the fair market value of the same article when sold for home consumption in the usual and ordinary course in the country whence exported to Canada at the time of its exportation to Canada, there shall, in addition to the duties otherwise established , be levied, collected, and paid on such article, on its importation into Canada, a special duty (or dumping duty) equal to the difference between the said selling price of the article for export and the said fair market value thereof...
Page 3187 - ... double plants that may have been overlooked in the thinning. The grower must keep the crop cultivated so that at least ten inches of the center of the row remains clear of all weeds and foul growth up to the time of the third hoeing.
Page 3976 - On a set of 1-yard samples of 16 English fabrics, which are completely excluded by the present tariff rates, it was found that the total foreign value was $41.84; the duties which would have been assessed had these fabrics been imported, $76.90 ; the foreign value plus the amount of the duty, $118.74; or a nominal duty of 183 per cent. In fact, however, practically identical fabrics of domestic make sold at the same time at $69.75, showing an enhanced price over the foreign market value of but 67...
Page 3187 - Topped beets are to be piled by contractor. The ground on which the beets are to be piled must be leveled down by the grower and cleaned off by the contractor so that the grower may fork the beets into the wagon free from clods, rocks, leaves or other trash. All beets left in the field over night must be protected properly from frost by the contractor by covering the piles with beet tops, the tops to be removed by the grower before beets are loaded.
Page 3870 - Association, of the second part, witnesseth, that for and In consideration of the covenants and payments hereinafter mentioned, to be made and performed by the said...
Page 3237 - Building. (Whereupon, at 12.07 o'clock pm, the committee took a recess until 2 o'clock pm) AFTERNOON SESSION The subcommittee reconvened at 2 o'clock pm, pursuant to the recess.
Page 3869 - ... and shall be subject to proper deductions for tare, and that he will protect the beets from sun or frost after removal from the ground. The company has the option of rejecting any diseased, frozen, or damaged beets. beets of less than 12 per cent sugar or less than 80 per cent purity, or beets that are not suitable for the manufacture of sugar. It...
Page 3830 - Canadian customs tariff act of 1907, which provides as follows: •'In the case of articles exported to Canada of a class or kind made or produced in Canada, if the export or actual selling price to an importer in Canada is less than the fair market value of the same article when sold for home consumption...
Page 3187 - This operation must be commenced by the contractor just as soon as the beets show four leaves and the grower has them...
Page 3185 - Grower further agrees that all beets grown and delivered by him shall be free from dirt, stones, trash and foreign substances liable to interfere with the work at the factory, and shall be subject to proper deductions for tare, and that he will protect the beets from sun or frost after removal from the ground.

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