RECIPROCAL TRADE-CANADA. SCHEDULE II-Continued United States Tariff Act of 1930 Paragraph Description of Article Rate of Dut,. 707 710 711 712 714 717 (a) 719 720 (a) 721 (b) 726 729 730 730 calendar years 1928 to 1932, both inclusive, (51,933 bead). Cattle, weighing 700 pounds or more each and not specially provided for: %of 1 per centum of the avera~e annual total number of cattle (including calves) slaughtered in the United States during the calendar years 1928 to 1932, botb inclusive, (155,799 head). Cows, weigbing 700 pounds or more each and imported specially for dairy purposes: 20,000 bead. Cream, fresh or sour 35¢ per gal. Provided, That fresh or SOUl' cream entered for consumption in excess of 1,500,000 gallons in any calendar year after 1935 shall not be subject to this provision. Cheddar cheese in original loaves 5¢ per lb., but not less than 25 % ad val. Birds, live: Chickens, ducks, geese, turkeys, and guineas 4¢ per lb. Birds, dead, dressed or undressed, fresh, chilled, or frozen: Chickens and guineas 6¢ per lb. Horses, unless imported for immediate slaughter, valued at not more than $150 per head $20 per head Fish, fresh or frozen (whether or not packed in ice), whole, or beheaded or eviscerated or both, but not further advanced (except that the fins may be removed): Halibut 1¢ per lb. Salmon IH¢ per lb. Swordfish (not including naturally or artificially frozen swordfish) 1%¢ per lb. Eels H¢ per lb. Chubs, fresh-water mullet (catostomus), jacks, lake trout, saugers, tullibees, whitefish, and yellow pike ~¢ per lb. Fish, pickled or salted (except fish packed in oil or in oil and other substances and except fish packed in air-tight containers weighing with their contents not more than 15 pounds each): Salmon Alewives in bulk or in immediate containers weighing with their contents more than 15 20% ad val. pounds each %¢ per lb. Smoked herring (except herring packed in oil or in oil and other substances and except herring packed in air-tight containers weighing with their contents not more than 15 pounds each): weight Hard dry-smoked, when whole or beheaded, but not further advanced %¢ per lb. Boned, whether or not skinned IH¢ per lb. Razor clams (siliqua patula), packed in air-tight containers 15% ad val. net Hulled oats, unfit for human consumption Wheat, unfit for human consumption 8¢ ger bu. of 321bs. 1010 ad val. Bran, shorts, by-product feeds obtained in milling wheat or other cereals lO~o ad val. Mixed feeds, consisting of an admixture of grains or grain products with oil cake, oil-cake meal, molasses, or other feedstuffs 10% ad val. 3979 Schedule ll-Contin- ued.
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