Rag rugs: Report of the United States Tariff Commission to the President of the United States. Differences in costs of production of rag rugs in the United States and in the principal competing country, as ascertained pursuant to the provisions of section 315 of title III of the Tariff act of 1922. With appendix: Proclamation by the President
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_____________________________ __do 54 inch ad valorem American selling price American valuation average braided oval rugs Brossard CALVIN COOLIDGE cent ad valorem charges chief value commission’s competing foreign countries cost per rug costs of production cotton rag rugs cretonne customs brokerage data were obtained differences in costs domestic rugs drayage ﬁeld ﬁndings ﬁrst ﬁve months ﬁxed foreign costs gingham growth or product imported from Japan imported rugs imports of carpets Inches Ounces included investigation invoice data invoice prices Japanese rugs Japanese yen manufacturing cost mats months of 1925 President principal competing country production of rag proﬁt rag rugs composed RAG RUGS TABLE rate of duty rugs of cotton San Francisco section 315 sizes solid-color rugs speciﬁc rug square yards stenciled rugs Table 23 tariff act Tariff Commission total mill cost twisted oval rugs types of rag UNITED STATES TARIFF unweighted value of cotton