Statistical Abstract for the British Commonwealth, Issues 1892-1906

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H.M. Stationery Office, 1907 - Great Britain
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Page 365 - Goods of a class subject to excise duty in Canada; (c) Sugar refined in the United Kingdom; (d) Binder twine or twine for harvest binders manufactured from New Zealand hemp, istle or...
Page 132 - Rolled round wire rods in the coil, of iron or steel not over three-eighths of an inch in diameter, when imported by wire manufacturers for use in making wire in the coil in their own factories, per ton 2.25; $3.50; 3.5O; 3.5O. 471...
Page 378 - Articles necessary for generating, storing, conducting, converting into power or light and measuring electricity which the Collector of Customs at the port of importation is satisfied are imported by and are solely for the use of the Jamaica Public Service Company in constructing new works and renewals of existing works. Provided, however, that if any such articles so imported by the company are sold by the company...
Page 293 - The returns are for the harvest years ended prior to June of the years stated. (;/) Census figures...
Page 405 - Where the rate of duty or other taxation imposed in any country, dependency or colony upon sugar not produced therein exceeds the rate of duty or other taxation imposed upon sugar produced therein by more than the equivalent of six francs per one hundred kilogrammes in the case of refined sugar or...
Page 373 - ... for use in the mills, Free. Pieces of metal resembling in shape and in size, and stamped either on the obverse or on the reverse in imitation of sovereigns and half-sovereigns, prohibited.
Page 405 - ... or otherwise, there shall be levied and paid, In all such cases, In addition to the duties otherwise Imposed by this act, an additional duty equal to the net amount of such bounty or grant, however the same be paid or bestowed.
Page 405 - Colony pays or bestows, directly or indirectly, any bounty or grant upon the exportation therefrom of any article, and the article is chargeable with duty under the provisions of this Act, then, upon the importation of any such article into British India, whether the same is imported, directly from the country of production or otherwise, and whether it is imported in the same condition as when exported from the country of production or has been changed in...
Page 429 - Goods, not being contraband, the produce of other countries imported for export through bond to other countries or other districts in the State, provided that export to such countries or districts is approved by the Commissioner of Customs. Ice. IMPORTS— PROHIBITED LIST— BRITISH NORTH BORNEO.

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