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cent. Gun locks
or similar purposes as copal.....10 “ Gum shellac. 10 ((
Gum, all other resinous substances
not specified, in a crude state....20 P cent. Gum, do. do. not do....20 (C Gum substitute, burnt flour and
Gum sandrac, kowrie and damar..10 cts. b.
Gum elastic bougies...
.50 c. lb.
hemp Hair of alpaca, goat, or other like animals, unmanufactured, value at the last place of shipment, exclusive of charges at such port, 12c. per pound or less 3 cts. Ib. Hair of alpaca, goat, or other like animals, unmanufactured, value as above, over 12 and not over 24c. .6 per pound. Hair of alpaca, goat, or other like animals, unmanufactured, value, as above, over 24c. per pound, and not over 32c. per pound,
10c. b. and 10 cent. Hair, as above, value over 32c. per pound.. 12c. b. and 10 Hair of alpaca, goat, or other like animals, unmanufactured, imported in such state, by the admixture of dirt, etc., as to reduce it in value. (See proviso in wool.)
45 P cent.
cent. Harp strings, wire.
Harps and harpsichords. Hartshorn, spirits of... Hatchets
Hat bodies, cotton.
cent. Hemlock .
cotton cloth, complete with the
exception of the lining and band. 40 Hats of wool......24 cts. P Ib. and 35 Hats, fur leather
rattan.. japanned silk, men's. Hats, Panama, Manilla, Leghorn, Naples, or elsewhere, composed of satin-straw, chip, grass, rattan, willow, or any vegetable substance, hair or whalebone, or any other material not specified.
Havresacks, of leather
Head-dresses, ornaments for.....
Head matter, if fisheries of the United States
manufactures of, or of which
hemp is a component part of chief
value, valued not over 30c. per square yard...
Hemp, manufactures of, or of which hemp is a component part of chief
value, value over 30c. per sq. yd.40"
• ct. b.
Iron bars, rolled or hammered, comprising flats, not less than one or more than six inches wide, nor less
than or more than 2 inches thick. 1 ct. P .
Iron, round, not less than 2 or more than 2 inches in diameter.....
Iron, square, not less than & or more than 2 inches square.
Iron bars, rolled, or hammered, com-
Iron, square, less than & or more than
shall pay a less rate of duty than. 35 cent.
Iron bars, for railroads, or inclined
planes, made to pattern, ready to
Iron boiler plates or other plate iron,
not less than 3-16 inch thick......1c. P .
Iron butts, cast
brads, cut, not over 16 ounces per thousand ...
Iron brads, cut, over 16 ounces per thousand..
.60c. P 100 lbs.
.23 cts. per M.
Iron cables, or chains, or parts of..21
chains, as above, less than onequarter of an inch in diameter,
and not under No. 9 wire guage,..3 ،،
.3 cts. lb.
of wire, or rods'
not less than 24 cts. th.
in. in diameter.