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556 TWENTY-SEVENTH CONGRESS. Sess. II. Ch. 270. 1842. specified, of silver or gold, or of which either of these metals shall be a component material of chief value, whether plain, chased, engraved, or embossed, an ad valorem duty of thirty per centum. w,,,,d, and Eleventh. On all manufactures of wood, not otherwise specified, manufactures thirty per centurri ad valoremz Provided, That boards, planks, staves, °f w°°d• scantlings, hewn or sawed timber, unwrought spars, and all other de. scriptions of wood which shall have been wrought into shapes that fit them, respectively, for any specific and permanent use without further manufacture, shall bedeemed and taken as manufactured wood, and pay duty accordingly; and on timber to be used in building wharves, and firewood, twenty per centum ad valorem: Provided, also, That rough boards, planks, staves, scantling, and sawed timber, not planed or wrought into any shapes for use, shall pay a duty of twenty per centum ad valorem: And provided, further, That rose wood, satin wood, mahogany, and cedar wood, shall pay a duty of fifteen per centum ad valorem; on walking canes and sticks, frames and sticks for umbrellas, for parasols, and for sunshades, cabinet wares or household furniture, not otherwise specified, musical instruments of all kinds, carriages and Swings of cab parts thereof, thirty per centum ad valorem: Provided, also, That gu;,&,,_ strings for musical instruments, of catgut or whipgut, and all other strings or thread of similar materials, shall pay a duty of fifteen per centum ad valorem. Marble, Twelfth. On unmanufactured marble in the rough, slab, or block, Statuary. twenty-five per centum ad valorem; on marble busts or statuary, not specially imported, as hereinafter provided for, and on all other manufactures of marble not specified, a duty of thirty per centum ad valorem ; S[,,€,_ me, on slates of all kinds, paving tiles and bricks, twenty-five per centum and brick . ad valorem; on baskets and other manufactures, not specified, of grass, B”k°'S- straw, ozier or willow, and palm leaf, twenty-five per centum ad valorem; Beads. on wax, amber, or composition beads, and all other beads not otherwise Fancy boxes. enumerated, and shell or fancy boxes, not otherwise specified, twenty· Combs- five per centum ad valorem; on combs for the hair, of whatever material Brushes, sw, composed, twenty-five per centum ad valorem ; on brushes and brooms of all kinds, thirty per centum ad valorem; and on bristles, one cent TOYS- per pound; on dolls and toys of every description, of whatever material Buttons, &,c. or materials composed, thirty per centum ad valorem; on metal buttons of all kinds, thirty per centum ad valorem: Provided, That all such buttons, not exceeding in value one dollar per gross, shall be valued at one dollar, and be charged with duty accordingly; on all other buttons, and on all button moulds, of whatever material composed, twenty-five per centum ad valorem: Provided, That lastings, prunellas, and similar fabrics, not specified, when imported in strips, pieces or patterns, of the size and shape suitable for the manufacture exclusively of buttons, shoes, or bootees, and that mohair or worsted cloth, black linen canvass, figured satin, and figured or brocaded or Terry velvet, when imported in strips, pieces, or patterns, of the size and shape suitable for _Tortoisc shell, the manufacture exclusively of buttons, tortoise shell, ivory, or teeth of

fzéhr elephants unmanufactured, horns and teeth, and horn and bone tips,

’shall be admitted to entry at a duty of five per centum ad valorem; otherwise, to be subject to the rates of duty chargeable on them, respectively, according to their component materials. Sec. 6. And oe it further enacted, That from and after the passage of this act there shall be levied, collected, and paid, on the importation of the articles hereinafter mentioned, the following rates of duty; that is to say : Painters' no- On white or red leads, litharge, or acetate or chromate of lead, dry l°”· °*lS» &¤· or ground in oil, four cents per pound; on whiting or Paris white, and all ochres or ochry earths used in the composition of painters' color, when dry, one cent per pound, when ground in oil, one cent and a