3970 Schedule I-Contin- ued. Nllmberof Canadian Tarill Item 94 95 95a 96 ex 96 100a ex 101 lOla ex 105b 106 ex 109 ex 114 116 ex 123 ex 123a 124 ex 133 e" 133 ex 169 184b 184c 184d ex 174 178a RECIPROCAL TRADE-CANADA. SCHEDULE I-Continued Tarill on Ooo<1s the Growth, Prod· uceor Manu- facture of the United States Description of Article of America Grapes, fresh, in their natural state, the weight of the packages to be included in the weight for duty per pound 17~ cts. Provided that in no case shall any value for duty estab- lished under the authority of Section 43 of the Customs Act exceed the invoice value by more than 80 per centum of the lowest advance imposed on such goods under the authority of said section during the calendar years 1933 to 1935, inclusive. Cantaloupes and muskmelons 15 p.c. Provided that in no case shall any value for duty estab- lished under the authority of Section 43 of the Customs Act exceed the invoice value by more than 80 per centum of the lowest advance imposed on such goods under the authority of said section during the calendar years 1933 to 1935, inclusive. Melons, n.o.p. each Fruits, fresh, in their natural state, n.o.p. Avocados or alligator pears Grapefruit, n.o.p. per pound Oranges, during the months of January, I"ebruary, March, and April Lemons Olives, ripe, in brine, not bottled Fruits, prepared, in air-tight cans or other air-tight con- tainers, the weight of the containers to be included in the weight for duty:- (a) Apricots, peaches and pears per pound (b) Pineapples per pound (c) N.o.p . per pound Nuts of all kinds, n.o.p., but not including sheUcd peanuts, 2 1'2 cts. 15 p.c. Free ~~ ct. Free Free 10 p.c. 4 ets. 4 ets. 4 cts. n.o.p. per pound 1 ct. Nuts, shelled, n.o.p., but not including shelled almonds, _peanuts or walnuts per pound Halibut, fresh, pickled or salted per pound Lobsters, prepared or preserved 2 etf;. 1 ct. Free Shrimps in sealed containers Oysters, shelled, in bulk Lobsters, fresh 27~ p.c . per gallon 5 ets. Scallops, fresh but not froz~n Periodical publications, unbound or paper-bound, printed and issued in the United States at regular intervals, not less frequently than four times a ycar, and bearing dates Free Free of issue Free Provided, that nothing in this Item shall affect in any way the provisions of Item 1201 of Schedule "C" to the Cus- toms Tariff. Tourist literature, printed and issued in the United States by Federal or State Governments or departments thereof, boards of trade, chambers of commerce, municipal and automobile associations, and similar orge.nizations or associations Provided, that on the goods specified in Item 178 and imported by mail, duties may be paid by customs revenue stamps, under regulations by the Minister, at the rates specified in said Item, except that on each separate pack- Free age weighing not more than one otmce, the duty shall be each 2 cts.
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