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fourths of one inch in diameter, measured at the larger end, wholly or in chief value of natural cork bark, 25 cents per pound; wholly or in chief value of artificial, composition, or compressed cork, 10 cents per pound; stoppers, three-fourths of one inch or less in diameter, measured at the larger end, wholly or in chief value of natural cork bark, 31 cents per pound; wholly or in chief value of artificial, composition, or compressed cork, 1212 cents per pound; perforated or hollow corks, commonly or commercially known as shell corks, 75 cents per pound; perforated cork penholder grips, $2 per pound; disks, wafers, and washers, three-sixteenths of one inch or less in thickness, made from natural cork bark, 25 cents per pound; if made from artificial, composition, or compressed cork, 121/2 cents per pound; cork, commonly or commercially known as artificial, composition, or compressed cork, in the rough and not further advanced than slabs, blocks, planks, rods, sticks, or similar forms, 10 cents per pound; manufactured wholly or in chief value of artificial, composition, or compressed cork, finished or unfinished, not specially provided for, 16 cents per pound; clean, refined, or purified, granulated or ground cork, weighing not over six pounds per cubic foot uncom. pressed, 3 cents per pound; all other ground, granulated, or regranulated cork, 1 cent per pound; cork insulation, wholly or in chief value of cork, cork waste, or granulated or ground cork, in blocks, slabs, boards, or planks, 212 cents per board foot; cork pipe coverings, cork fitting covers, and cork lags, wholly or partly manufactured, coated or uncoated, 5 cents per pound; cork tile in the rough or wholly or partly finished, over three-eighths of one inch in thickness, 6 cents per pound; three-eighths of one inch or less in thickness, 10 cents per pound; cork paper, 30 per centum ad valorem; and manufactures wholly or in chief value of cork bark or cork, not specially provided for, 45 per centum ad valorem.

PAR. 1512. Dice, dominoes, draughts, chessmen, and billiard, pool, and bagatelle balls, and poker chips, of ivory, bone, or other material, 50 per centum ad valorem.

PAR. 1513. Dolls and doll clothing, composed in any part, however small, of any of the laces, fabrics, embroideries, or other materials or articles provided for in paragraph 1529 (a), 90 per centum ad valorem; dolls and toys, composed wholly or in chief value of any product provided for in paragraph 31, having any movable member or part, 1 cent each and 60 per centum ad valorem; not having any movable member or part, 1 cent each and 50 par centum ad valorem; parts of dolls or toys, composed wholly or in chief value of any product provided for in paragraph 31, 1 cent each and 50 per centum ad valorem; all other dolls, parts of dolls (including clothing), doll heads, toy marbles, toy games, toy containers, toy favors, toy souvenirs, of whatever materials composed, air rifles, toy balloons, toy books without reading matter (not counting as reading matter any printing on removable pages), other than letters, numerals, or descriptive words, bound or unbound, and parts thereof, garlands, festooning and Christmas tree decorations made wholly or in chief value of tinsel wire, lame or lahn, bullions or

metal threads, and all other toys, and parts of toys, not specially provided for, 70 per centurn ad valorem. As used in this paragraph, the term "toy" means an article chiefly used for the amusement of children, whether or not also suitable for physical exercise or for mental development. The rates provided for in this paragraph shall apply to articles enumerated or described herein, whether or not more specifically provided for elsewhere in this chapter.

PAR. 1514. Emery, corundum, garnet, and artificial abrasives, in grains, or ground, pulverized, refined, or manufactured, 1 cent per pound; emery wheels, emery files, and manufactures of which emery, corundum, garnet, or artificial abrasive is the component material of chief value, not specially provided for; and all papers, cloths, and combinations of paper and cloth, wholly or partly coated with artificial or natural abrasives, or with a combination of natural and artificial abrasives; all the foregoing, 20 per centum ad valorem. Any of the foregoing, if containing more than one-tenth of 1 per centum of vanadium, or more than two-tenths of 1 per centum of tungsten, molybdenum, boron, tantalum, columbium or niobium, or uranium, or more than threetenths of 1 per centum of chromium, 60 per centum ad valorem.

PAR. 1515. Firecrackers more than five-sixteenths of one inch outside diameter, or more than one and three-quarters inches in length, 25 cents per pound; all other firecrackers, 8 cents per pound; bombs, rockets, Roman candles, and fireworks of all descriptions, not specially provided for, 12 cents per pound; the weight on all the foregoing to include all coverings, wrappings, and packing material,

PAR. 1516. Matches, friction or lucifer, of all descriptions, per gross of one hundred and forty-four boxes, containing not more than one hundred matches per box, 20 cents per gross when imported otherwise than in boxes containing not more than one hundred matches each, 234 cents per one thousand matches; match splints, 1 cent per thousand; skillets, in any form, for match boxes, 12 cents per thousand; wax matches, wind matches, and all matches in books or folders or having a stained, dyed, or colored stick or stem, tapers consisting of a wick coated with an inflammable substance, night lights, fusees and time-burning chemical signals, by whatever name known, 40 per centum ad valorem: Provided, That in accordance with section 2654 of Title 26, white phosphorus matches manufactured wholly or in part in any foreign country shall not be entitled to enter at any of the ports of the United States, and the importation thereof is hereby prohibited: Provided further, That nothing in this chapter contained shall be held to repeal or modify chapter 24 of Title 26.

PAR. 1517. Percussion caps, cartridges, and cartridge shells empty, 30 per centum ad valorem; blasting caps, containing not more than one gram charge of explosive, $2.25 per thousand; containing more than one gram charge of explosive, 75 cents per thousand additional for each additional one-half gram charge of explosive; mining, blasting, or safety fuses of all kinds, $1 per thousand feet.

PAR. 1518. (a) Feathers and downs, on the skin or otherwise, crude or not dressed, colored, or otherwise advanced or manufactured in any manner, not specially provided for, 20 per centum ad valorem; dressed, colored, or otherwise advanced or manufactured in any manner, including quilts of down and cther manufactures of down, 60 per centum ad valorem; feather dusters, 45 per centum ad valorem; artificial or ornamental feathers suitable for use as millinery ornaments, 60 per centum ad valorem; artificial or ornamental fruits, vegetables, grasses, grains, leaves, flowers, stems, or parts thereof, when composed wholly or in chief value of yarns, threads, filaments, tinsel wire, lame, bullions, metal threads, beads, bugles, spangles, or rayon or other synthetic textile, 90 per centum ad valorem; when composed wholly or in chief value of other materials and not specially provided for, 60 per centum ad valorem; natural grasses, grains, leaves, plants, shrubs, herbs, trees, and parts thereof, not specially provided for, when bleached. 50 per centum ad valorem; when colored, dyed, painted, or chemically treated, 75 per centum ad valorem; boas, boutonnieres, wreaths, and all articles not specially provided for, composed wholly or in chief value of any of the feathers, flowers, leaves, or other material above mentioned, shall be subject to the rate of duty provided in this paragraph for such materials, but not less than 60 per centum ad valorem.

(b) Except as provided in subparagraphs (c) and (d) of this paragraph, the importation of the feathers or skin of any bird is hereby prohibited. Such prohibition shall apply to the feathers or skin of any bird

(1) whether raw or processed;

(2) whether the whole plumage or skin or any part of either;

(3) whether or not attached to a whole bird or any part thereof; and

(4) whether or not forming part of another article.

(c) Subparagraph (b) of this paragraph shall not apply

(1) in respect of any of the following birds (other than any such bird which, whether or not raised in captivity, is a wild bird): chickens (including hens and roosters), turkeys, guinea fowl, geese, ducks, pigeons, ostriches, rheas, English ring-necked pheasants, and pea fowl;

(2) to any importation for scientific or educational purposes;

(3) to the importation of fully-manufactured artificial flies used for fishing;

(4) to the importation of birds which are classifiable under paragraph 1682 of this section; and

(5) to the importation of live birds.

(d) Notwithstanding subparagraph (b) of this paragraph, there may be entered, or withdrawn from warehouse, for consumption in each calendar year the following quotas of skins bearing feathers;

(1) For use in the manufacture of artificial flies used for fishing: (A) not more than 5,000 skins of grey jungle fowl (Gallus sonneratii), and (B) not more than 1,000 skins of mandarin duck (Dendronessa galericulata); and

(2) For use in the manufacture of artificial flies used for fishing, or for millinery purposes, not more than 45,000 skins, in the aggregate, of the following species of pheasant: Lady Amherst pheasant (Chrysolophus amherstiae), golden pheasant (Chrysolophus pictus), silver pheasant (Lophura nycthemera), Reeves pheasant (Syrmaticus reevesii), blueeared pheasant (Crossoptilon auritum), and browneared pheasant (Crossoptilon mantchuricum).

For the purposes of this subparagraph any part of a skin which has been severed shall be considered to be a whole skin.

(e) No article specified in subparagraph (d) shall be entered, or withdrawn from warehouse, for consumption except under a permit issued by the Secretary of the Interior. The Secretary of the Interior shall prescribe such regulations as may be necessary to carry out the purposes and provisions of subparagraph (d) (including regulations providing for equitable allocation among qualified applicants of the import quotas established by such subparagraph). Whenever the Secretary of the Interior finds that the wild supply of any species mentioned in subparagraph (d) is threatened with serious reduction or with extinction, he shall prescribe regulations which provide (to such extent and for such period as he deems necessary to meet such threat)

(1) in the case of grey jungle fowl or mandarin duck, for the reduction of the applicable import quota; or

(2) in the case of any species of pheasant, for the reduction of the import quota established for pheasants, for the establishment of a subquota for such species of pheasant, or for the elimination of such species from the import quota for pheasants, or any combination thereof.

The authority granted to the Secretary of the Interior by the preceding sentence to reduce any import quota shall include authority to eliminate such quota.

(f) Any article of a kind the importation of which is prohibited or subjected to a quota by subparagraphs (b), (c), and (d) of this paragraph and which is in the United States shall be presumed for the purposes of seizure and forfeiture to have been imported in violation of law and shall be seized and forfeited under the customs laws unless such presumption is satisfactorily rebutted; except that such presumption shall not apply to articles in actual use for personal adornment or for scientific or educational purposes. Any article so forfeited may (in the discretion of the Secretary of the Treasury and under such regulations as he may prescribe) (1) be placed with any agency of the Federal Government or of any State government, or any society or museum, for exhibition or scientific or educational purposes, or (2) be destroyed.

(g) Nothing in this chapter shall be construed to repeal the provisions of act Mar. 4, 1913, ch. 145, 37 Stat. 847 or sections 703—711 of Title 16, or any other law of the United States, now of force, intended for the protection or preservation of birds within the United States. That if on investigation by the collection before seizure, or before trial for forfeiture,

or if at such trial if such seizure has been made, it shall be made to appear to the collector, or the prosecuting officer of the Government, as the case may be, that no illegal importation of such feathers has been made, but that the possession, acquisition or purchase of such feathers is or has been made in violation of the provisions of act Mar. 4. 1913. ch. 145. 37 Stat. 847 or sections 703-711 of Title 16, or any other law of the United States, now of force, intended for the protection or preservation of birds within the United States, it shall be the duty of the collector, or such prosecuting officer, as the case may be, to report the facts to the proper officials of the United States, or State or Territory charged with the duty of enforcing such laws. (As amended July 17, 1952, ch. 928, SS 1, 2, 66 Stat. 755.)

AMENDMENTS 1952-Act July 17, 1952, which amended paragraph generally to strengthen the existing tariff laws designed to aid in the conservation of wild birds, designated the former first paragraph as subparagraph (a) and omitted the two provisos, deleted the former second paragraph and inserted in lieu thereof subparagraphs (b)-(f), and designated the former third paragraph to be subparagraph (g).

EFFECTIVE DATE OF 1952 AMENDMENT; IMPORT QUOTAS

Section 4 of act July 17, 1952, provided that: “The amendments made by this Act (act July 17, 1952] shall take effect at the close of the thirtieth day after the day on which this Act is enacted (July 17, 1952). For the period beginning on the thirty-first day after the day on which this Act is enacted and ending on December 31, 1952, the import quotas established by paragraph 1518 (d) of the Tariff Act of 1930, as amended by this Act [subpar. (d) of this paragraph), shall be the import quotas specified in such paragraph 1518 (d) [subpar. (d) of this paragraph] for a full calendar year."

Par. 1519. (a) Dressed furs and dressed fur skins (except silver or black fox), and plates, mats, linings, strips, and crosses of dressed dog, goat, or kid skins, 25 per centum ad valorem; all the foregoing, if dyed, 30 per centum ad valorem.

(b) Manufactures of fur (except silver or black fox), further advanced than dressing, prepared for use as material (whether or not joined or sewed together) including plates, mats, linings, strips, and crosses (except plates, mats, linings, strips, and crosses of dog, goat, and kid skins), if not dyed, 35 per centum ad valorem; if dyed, 40 per centum ad valorem.

(c) Silver or black fox furs or skins, dressed or undressed, not specially provided for, 50 per centum ad valorem.

(d) Articles of wearing apparel of every description, wholly or partly manufactured, composed wholly or in chief value of hides or skins of cattle of the bovine species, and not specially provided for, 15 per centum ad valorem; composed wholly or in chief value of dog, goat, or kid skins, and not specially provided for, 35 per centum ad valorem.

(e) Articles, wholly or partly manufactured (including fur collars, fur cuffs, and fur trimmings), wholly or in chief value of fur, not specially provided for, 50 per centum ad valorem.

(f) As used in this paragraph the term "silver or black fox” includes platinum fox and any fox

which is a mutation, or type developed, from silver, black, or platinum foxes. (As amended Apr. 5, 1948, ch. 173, § 1, 62 Stat. 161.)

AMENDMENTS 1948—Subpar. (f) added by act Apr. 5, 1948, to provide a dutiable status for foxes and fox furs known as the platinum or platina type and for mutations.

PAR. 1520. Hatters' furs, or furs not on the skin, prepared for hatters' use, including fur skins carroted, 35 per centum ad valorem.

PAR. 1521. Fans of all kinds, except common palmleaf fans, 50 per centum ad valorem.

PAR. 1522. Gun wads wholly or in chief value of hair felt, 35 per centum ad valorem; all others, 20 per centum ad valorem.

PAR. 1523. Human hair, raw, 10 per centum ad valorem; cleaned or commercially known as drawn, but not manufactured, 20 per centum ad valorem; human hair tops, roving, and yarns, of which human hair is the component material of chief value, 6 cents per pound and 25 per centum ad valorem; press cloth, of which human hair is the component material of chief value, 8 cents per pound and 40 per centum ad valorem; press cloth, of which camel's hair is the component material of chief value, 40 per centum ad valorem but not less than 25 cents per pound; hair press cloth, not specially provided for, 40 per centum ad valorem; manufactures of human hair, including nets and nettings, or of which human hair is the component material of chief value, not specially provided for, 35 per centum ad valorem.

PAR. 1524. Hair, curled, suitable for beds or mattresses, 10 per centum ad valorem.

PAR. 1525. Haircloth (including haircloth known as "hair seating"), wholly or in chief value of horsehair, not specially provided for, 35 per centum ad valorem; hair felt, made wholly or in chief value of animal hair, not specially provided for, 25 per centum ad valorem; manufactures of hair felt, not specially provided for, 35 per centum ad valorem; cloths and all other manufactures of every description, wholly or in chief value of cattle hair, goat hair, or horsehair, not specially provided for, 40 per centum ad valorem.

PAR, 1526. (a) Hats, caps, bonnets, and hoods, for men's, women's, boys', or children's wear, trimmed or untrimmed, including bodies, hoods, plateaux, forms, or shapes, for hats or bonnets, composed wholly or in chief value of fur of the rabbit, beaver, or other animals, valued at not more than $6 per dozen, $1.25 per dozen; valued at more than $6 and not more than $9 per dozen, $2.50 per dozen; valued at more than $9 and not more than $12 per dozen, $5 per dozen; valued at more than $12 and not more than $15 per dozen, $6 per dozen; valued at more than $15 and not more than $18 per dozen, $7 per dozen; valued at more than $18 and not more than $24 per dozen, $9 per dozen; valued at more than $24 and not more than $30 per dozen, $12 per dozen; valued at more than $30 and not more than $48 per dozen, $13 per dozen; valued at more than $48 per dozen, $16 per dozen; and in addition thereto, on all the foregoing, 25 per centum ad valorem.

(b) Men's silk or opera hats, in chief value of silk, $2 each and 75 per centum ad valorem.

PAR. 1527. (a) Jewelry, commonly or commercially semiprecious stones, faceted; marcasites and imitaso known, finished or unfinished (including parts tion marcasites; imitation half pearls, and hollow or thereof):

filled imitation pearls of all shapes, without hole or (1) Composed wholly or in chief value of gold or with hole partly through only, 20 per centum ad platinum, or of which the metal part is wholly or valorem; imitation precious stones, not cut or in chief value of gold or platinum, 80 per centum faceted; imitation semiprecious stones, not faceted; ad valorem;

imitation jet buttons, cut, polished, or faceted; imi(2) all other, of whatever material composed, tations of opaque precious or semiprecious stones, valued above 20 cents per dozen pieces, 1 cent each, with flat backs and tops, cut and polished, but not and in addition thereto three-fifths of 1 cent per faceted, 60 per centum ad valorem; imitation solid dozen for each 1 cent the value exceeds 20 cents per pearls and iridescent imitation solid pearls, undozen, and 50 per centum ad valorem: Provided, pierced, pierced, or partially pierced, loose, or That none of the foregoing shall be subject to a less mounted, of whatever shape, color, or design, shall amount of duty than would be payable if the article bear the same rate of duty as is applicable under were not dutiable under this paragraph.

paragraph 1503 to beads of the same character. (b) Rope, curb, cable, and fancy patterns of chain PAR. 1529. (a) Laces, lace fabrics, and lace arnot exceeding one-half inch in diameter, width, orticles, made by hand or on a lace, net, knitting, or thickness, valued above 30 cents per yard, of gold braiding machine, and all fabrics and articles made or platinum, 80 per centum ad valorem; of any other on a lace or net machine, all the foregoing, plain or metal, whether or not plated with gold or platinum, figured; lace window curtains, veils, veilings, flounc6 cents per foot, and in addition thereto three-fifths ings, allovers, neck rufilings, flutings, quillings, ruchof 1 cent per yard for each 1 cent the value exceeds ings, tuckings, insertings, galloons, edging, trim30 cents per yard, and 50 per centum ad valorem. mings, fringes, gimps, and ornaments; braids, loom

(c) Articles valued above 20 cents per dozen pieces, woven and ornamented in the process of weaving, or designed to be worn on apparel or carried on or about made by hand, or on a lace knitting, or braiding maor attached to the person, such as and including chine; and fabrics and articles embroidered buckles; card cases; chains; cigar cases; cigar cut- (whether or not the embroidery is on a scalloped ters; cigar holders; cigar lighters; cigarette cases; edge), tamboured, appliquéd, ornamented with cigarette holders; coin holders; collar, cuff, and dress beads, bugles, or spangles, or from which threads buttons; combs; match boxes; mesh bags and have been omitted, drawn, punched, or cut, and purses; millinery; military and hair ornaments; with threads introduced after weaving to finish or pins; powder cases; stamp cases; vanity cases; watch ornament the openwork, not including one row of bracelets; and like articles; all the foregoing and straight hemstitching adjoining the hem; all the parts thereof, finished or unfinished:

foregoing, and fabrics and articles wholly or in part (1) Composed wholly or in chief value of gold or

thereof, finished or unfinished (except materials and platinum, or of which the metal part is wholly or in

articles provided for in paragraph 915, 920, 1006, chief value of gold or platinum, 80 per centum ad

1022, 1111, 1116 (a), 1504, 1505, 1513, 1518, 1523, or valorem;

1530 (e) of this title, or in Subtitle II (free list) of (2) composed wholly or in chief value of metal

this chapter, or in subparagraph (b) of this paraother than gold or platinum (whether or not enam

graph), by whatever name known, and to whatever eled, washed, covered, or plated, including rolled

use applied, and whether or not named, described, or gold plate), or (if not composed in chief value of

provided for elsewhere in this chapter, when commetal and if not dutiable under clause (1) of this

posed wholly or in chief value of filaments, yarns, subparagraph) set with and in chief value of pre

threads, tinsel wire, lame, bullions, metal threads, cious or semiprecious stones, pearls, cameos, coral,

beads, bugles, spangles, or rayon or other synthetic amber, imitation precious or semiprecious stones, or

textile, 90 per centum ad valorem. Hose and halfimitation pearls, 1 cent each and in addition thereto

hose wholly or in chief value of cotton or of wool three-fifths of 1 cent per dozen for each 1 cent the

shall not be dutiable at the above rate by reason of value exceeds 20 cents per dozen, and 50 per centum

being embroidered, if the embroidery is such as is

commonly known as clocking and does not exceed ad valorem. (d) Stampings, galleries, mesh, and other materi

one inch in width or six inches in length, exclusive als of metal, whether or not set with glass or paste,

of the fork, but shall be subject to a duty of 75 per

centum ad valorem. finished or partly finished, separate or in strips or

(b) Handkerchiefs, wholly or in part of lace, and sheets, suitable for use in the manufacture of any of the foregoing articles in this paragraph, if of gold

handkerchiefs embroidered (whether with a plain or or platinum, 75 per centum ad valorem; if of other

fancy initial, monogram, or otherwise, and whether metal or metals, plated or unplated, 80 per centum

or not the embroidery is on a scalloped edge), tamad valorem.

boured, appliquéd, or from which threads have been PAR. 1528. Pearls and parts thereof, drilled or un omitted, drawn, punched, or cut, and with threads drilled, but not set or strung (except temporarily), introduced after weaving to finish or ornament the 10 per centum ad valorem; diamonds, coral, rubies, openwork, not including one row of straight hemcameos, and other precious stones and semiprecious stitching adjoining the hem; all the foregoing, finstones, cut but not set, and suitable for use in the ished or unfinished, of whatever material composed, manufacture of jewelry, 10 per centum ad valorem; valued at not more than 70 cents per dozen, 3 cents imitation precious stones, cut or faceted; imitation each and 40 per centum ad valorem; valued at more

than 70 cents per dozen, 4 cents each and 40 per centum ad valorem: Provided, That any of the foregoing valued at not more than 70 cents per dozen, if made with hand rolled or hand made hems, shall be subject to an additional duty of 1 cent each.

(c) Corsets, girdle corsets, step-in corsets, brassieres, bandeaux brassieres; corsets, girdle corsets, or step-in corsets, attached to brassieres or bandeaux brassieres; all similar body-supporting garments; all the foregoing, of whatever material composed, finished or unfinished, and all wearing apparel or articles to which any of the foregoing is attached, 60 per centum ad valorem; all the foregoing composed in whole or in part of elastic fabric, 75 per centum ad valorem. No wearing apparel or article so attached to such body-supporting garment shall be subject to a less rate of duty than if imported separately. Elastic fabrics of whatever material composed, knit, woven, or braided, in part of india rubber, 60 per centum ad valorem. (As amended June 25, 1938, 5 p. m., E. S. T., ch. 679, § 34 (c), 52 Stat. 1092; May 14, 1942, ch. 313, 56 Stat. 283, eff. May 15, 1942.)

AMENDMENTS 1942-Act May 14, 1942, amended subpar. (a) generally.

1938-Act June 25, 1938, amended subpar. (a) by inserting "1116 (a),” after “1111".

EFFECTIVE DATE OF 1938 AMENDMENT Section 37 of act June 25, 1938, provided that the amendment to this paragraph by said act should take effect on June 25, 1938.

PAR. 1530. (a) Hides and skins of cattle of the bovine species (except hides and skins of the India water buffalo imported to be used in the manufacture of rawhide articles), raw or uncured, or dried, salted, or pickled, 10 per centum ad valorem,

(b) Leather (except leather provided for in subparagraph (d) of this paragraph), made from hides or skins of cattle of the bovine species:

(1) Sole or belting leather (including offal), rough, partly finished, finished, curried, or cut or wholly or partly manufactured into outer or inner soles, blocks, strips, counters, taps, box toes, or any forms or shapes suitable for conversion into boots, shoes, footwear, or belting, 1242 per centum ad valorem;

(2) leather welting, 1212 per centum ad valorem;

(3) leather to be used in the manufacture of harness or saddlery, 122 per centum ad valorem;

(4) side upper leather (including grains and splits), patent leather, and leather made from calf or kip skins, rough, partly finished, or finished, or cut or wholly or partly manufactured into uppers, vamps, or any forms or shapes suitable for conversion into boots, shoes, or footwear, 15 per centum ad valorem;

(5) upholstery, collar, bag, case, glove, garment, or strap leather, in the rough, in the white, crust, or russet, partly finished, or finished, 20 per centum ad valorem;

(6) leather to be used in the manufacture of foot. balls, basket balls, soccer balls, or medicine balls, 20 per centum ad valorem;

(7) all other, rough, partly finished, finished, or curried, not specially provided for, 15 per centum ad valorem.

(c) Leather (except leather provided for in subparagraph (d) of this paragraph), made from hides or skins of animals (including fish, reptiles, and birds, but not including cattle of the bovine species), in the rough, in the white, crust, or russet, partly finished, or finished, 25 per centum ad valorem; vegetable-tanned rough leather made from goat or sheep skins (including those commercially known as Indian-tanned goat or sheep skins), 10 per centum ad valorem; any of the foregoing if imported to be used in the manufacture of boots, shoes, or footwear, or cut or wholly or partly manufactured into uppers, vamps, or any forms or shapes suitable for conversion into boots, shoes, or footwear, 10 per centum ad valorem.

(d) Leather of all kinds, grained, printed, embossed, ornamented, or decorated, in any manner or to any extent (including leather finished in gold, silver, aluminum, or like effects), or by any other process (in addition to tanning) made into fancy leather, and any of the foregoing cut or wholly or partly manufactured into uppers, vamps, or any forms or shapes suitable for conversion into boots, shoes, or footwear, all the foregoing by whatever name known, and to whatever use applied, 30 per centum ad valorem.

(e) Boots, shoes, or other footwear (including athletic or sporting boots and shoes), made wholly or in chief value of leather, not specifically provided for, 20 per centum ad valorem; boots, shoes, or other footwear (including athletic or sporting boots and shoes), the uppers of which are composed wholly or in chief value of wool, cotton, ramie, animal hair, fiber, rayon, or other synthetic textile, silk, or substitutes for any of the foregoing, whether or not the soles are composed of leather, wood, or other materials, 35 per centum ad valorem.

(f) Harness valued at more than $70 per set, single harness valued at more than $40, saddles valued at more than $40 each, saddlery, and parts (except metal parts) for any of the foregoing, 35 per centum ad valorem; saddles made wholly or in part of pigskin or imitation pigskin, 35 per centum ad valorem; saddles and harness, not specially provided for, parts thereof, except metal parts, and leather shoe laces, finished or unfinished, 15 per centum ad valorem.

(g) The Secretary of the Treasury shall prescribe methods and regulations for carrying out the provi. sions of this paragraph.

PAR. 1531. Bags, baskets, belts, satchels, cardcases, pocketbooks, jewel boxes, portfolios, and other boxes and cases, not jewelry, wholly or in chief value of leather or parchment, and manufactures of leather, rawhide, or parchment, or of which leather, rawhide, or parchment is the component material of chief value, not specially provided for, 35 per centum ad valorem; any of the foregoing permanently fitted and furnished with traveling, bottle, drinking, dining or luncheon, sewing, manicure, or similar sets, 50 per centum ad valorem.

PAR. 1532. (a) Gloves made wholly or in chief value of leather, whether wholly or partly manufactured, shall be dutiable at the following rates, the lengths stated in each case being the extreme length (including the unfolded length of cuffs or other appendages) when stretched to their fullest extent

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