3752 Schedule II. RECIPROCAL TRADE-HAITI. MARCH 28,1935. United States Tariff Act of 1930 Par- agraph Number 747 752 752 802 1618 1618 1653 1654 16iO 1684 1768 SCHEDULE IT Description of Articles NOTE: The prOVISIOns of this schedule shall be construed and given the same effect, and the application of collateral provisions of the tariff laws of the United States to the provisions of this Schedule shall be determined insofar as may be practicable, as if each provision of this Sched- ule appeared respectively in the paragraph of the Tariff Act of 1930 noted in the column at the left of the respective descriptions of articles. Pineapple~: In crates In bulk Guavas prepared or preserved, and not sl)('cially provided for Mango pastes and pulps, 8nd guava pastes and pulps Rum, in containers holding each one gaBon or less Bananas, green or ripe Plantains, p:reen or ripe Cocoa or cacao beans, and shells thereof Coffee, except coffee imported into Puerto Rico and upon which a duty is imposed under the authority of Section 319 Logwood Sisal fiber Ginger root, not preserved or calldied, ungroU!!ll Maximum rates of duties. Specific rates in United States dollars 0.35 per crate of 2.45 cubic ft. 0.009 each 1112% ad valorem 28% ad valorem 2.50 pei' prod gal- lon Free Free Frl'c Free I'ree Free Fr('e
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