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Natural History, specimens of,

Sculpture, Specimens of. WORKS OF ART, viz: Busts—Natural size, not being casts nor produced by any mere

mechanical process. Casts-- as models for the use of schools of design. Paintings—in oil, by artists of well-known merit, or copies of the old

masters by such artists.
Statues—Of bronze, marble or alabaster, natural size.
DRUGS, DYE STUFFS, OILS AND COLORS NOT ELSEWHERE SPECIFIED, VIZ :-

Acids of every description, except acetic and sulphuric acid and vinegar.
Alum,
Antimony,
Argol,
Bark, when chiefly used in dyeing,
Barilla,
Berries, when chiefly used in dyeing,
Borax,
Bleaching powders,
Brimstone in roll or flour.
Colours and other articles, when imported by room-paper makers and

stainers, to be used in their trade only, viz :

These words were struck out of this Schedule by 33 V. c. 9, sec. 7, post page 328.

Bichromate of potash,
Blue Black,
British gum,
Chinese Blue,
Lakes, scarlet and morone, in pulp,
Paris and permanent Greens,
Satin and fine washed White,
Sugar of lead,
Ultra Marine,

Umber, raw,
Cream of tartar, in crystals,
Drugs, when chiefly used in dyeing,
Indigo,
Kelp,
Kryolite,
Metallic Oxides, dry ground or unground, washed or unwashed, not cal-

cined,
Nitre,
Nuts, when chiefly used in dyeing,
Ochres, dry, ground or unground, washed or unwashed, not calcined,
Oils, cocoa nut, pine and palm in their natural state,
Phosphorus,
Red Lead, dry,
Roots, Medicinal, in their natural state,
Sal ammoniac,
Sal soda,
Saltpetre,
Soda ash,

Soda caustic,
Soda, nitrate of,
Soda, silicate of,
Sulphur, in roll or flour,
Vitriol, blue,
Vegetables, when chiefly used for dyeing,
White lead, dry,
Whiting or whitening,
Woods, when chiefly used in dyeing,

These words were struck out of this Schedule by 37 V.c. 6, sec. 7, and the following substituted :

Woods unmanufactured when chiefly used in dyeing,Zinc, white, dry.

MANUFACTURES AND PRODUCTS OF MANUFACTURES :

Anchors,
Ashes, pot, pearl and soda,
Bread and biscuit from Great Britain and the B. N. A. Provinces,
Bolting, cloth,
Book binders' tools and implements,
Brim moulds for gold beaters,
Burrstones,
Candle wick, cotton,
Cement, Marine unground,
Cement, Hydraulic do.
Church Bells,
Clothing—donations of, for charitable institutions,
Communion Plate,
Cocoa Paste, from Great Britain and the B. N. A. Provinces,
Coin and Bullion, except United States silver coin,
Cotton Netting for India Rubber Shoes, (Charged with ten per cent ad

valorem by 37 V. c. 6, sec. 5.)
Cotton Waste,
Cotton Wool,
Drain tiles,
Duck for belting and hose,
Emery paper and emery cloth, (Charged by 33 V. c. 9, sec. 8 with fit-

teen per cent ad valorem and placed among non-enumerated goods.) Electrotype Blocks, for printing purposes, Farming implements and utensils when imported by Agricultural So

cieties for the encouragement of Agriculture, Felt for Hats and Boots, (Charged with ten per cent ad valorem by 37

V. c. 6, sec. 5.) Fire Brick. Fire EnginesSteamwhen imported by the Municipal Corporations of

Cities, Towns and Villages, for the use of such Municipalities (Charged by 33 V. c. 9, sec. 8 with fifteen per cent ad valorem and placed among

non-enumerated goods.) Fish hooks, nets and seines, lines and twines, Flax Waste, Glass paper and Glass cloth, (Charged with ten per centum ad valorem by

37 V. c. 6, sec. 5.)

Gold Beaters' Skin.
Gold Leaf (Charged by 33 V. c. 9 sec. 8 with fifteen per cent ad valorem

and placed among non-enumerated goods.) Hoop skirt manufacture, the following articles for, Crinoline thread for

covering Crinoline wire, clasps of tin and brass, slides, spangles and

slotted tapes, and flat or round wire uncovered, Junk, Linen Machine Thread, (Charged with ten per cent ad valorem by 37 V.

c. 6, sec. 5.) Lithographic Stones, Lumber, plank and sawed, of mahogany, rosewood, walnut, cherry and

chestnut, and pitch pine, Machine Silk Twist, (Charged with ten per cent ad valorem by 37 V. c.

6, sec. 5.) Machinery when used in the original construction of Mills or Factories,

not to include Steam Engines, Boilers, Water Wheels, or Turbines, (Charged by 33 V. c. 9 sec. 8, with fifteen per cent ad valorem and

placed among non-enumerated goods.) By 37 V.c. 6, sec. 5, Machinery for Mills and Factories of kinds which are not then manufactured in the Dominion is charged with ten per cent ad

valorem. See also 37 V. c. 6 s. 10 post page 340. Nails,—Composition, Nails,-Sheathing, Oakum, Oil Cake, Philosophical instruments and apparatus, including globes, when im

ported by, and for the use of Colleges and Schools, Scientific or Lite

rary Societies, Platers' Leaf, (Charged with fifteen per cent ad valorem by 33 V. c. 9,

sec. 8.) Printing Ink, Printing Presses, except portable hand printing presses, Prunella, (Charged with ten per cent ad valorem, by 37 V. c. 6, sec. 5.) Plush for Hatters' use, (Charged with ten per cent ad valorem by 37 V.

c. 6, sec. 5.) Rags, Sand paper and sand cloth, (Charged with fifteen per cent ad valorem

by 33 V. c. 9, sec. 8.) Ships' Binnacle Lamps,

Blocks and patent bushes for blocks, 66 Bunting, Cables, iron chain, over one half of an inch, shackled or swivelled,

or not,
Compasses,
Dead Eyes,
Dead Lights,
Deck Plugs,
Knees, Iron,
Masts or parts of, Iron,

Pumps and pump-gear,
Riders, Iron,
Shackles,

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Ships' Sheaves,

i Signal Lamps,
" Steering apparatus,
Travelling Trucks,
Wedges,
06 Wire-rigging,
And the following articles when used for ships or vessels only, viz :

Cables, hemp and grass,
Cordage,
Sail cloth or canvas from No. 1 to No. 6

Varnish, black and bright.
The ship materials printed in italics were charged with five per cent.

ad valorem by 37 V. c. 6, sec. 6. Silver Leaf, (Charged, by 33 V. c. 9, sec. 8, with fifteen per centum ad valorem,

and placed among non-enumerated goods. Spikes, composition, Straw Plaits, Tuscan and Grass, Fancy, Stereotype Blocks for printing purposes, Treenails, Twists, silk, for hats, boots and shoes, By 37 V., c. 6, s. 5, Silk Twists are charged with a duty of ten per cent.

ad valorem. Veneering of wood or ivory, Weaving or tram silk, for making elastic webbing, (

6 cotton Wire cloth, of brass and copper, Woollen netting for India rubber shoes, (Charged with ten per cent. ad

valorem by 37 V. c. 6, sec. 5.)
Woolwaste (Added to this Schedule by 37 V. c. 6, sec. 7.)
METALS—

Brass,—Bar, Rod, Sheet and Scrap.
Cranks for Steamboats, forged in the rough,

Do · Mills, do d o
Copper, in Pig, Bars, Rods, Bolts and Sheets, and Sheathing,
Iron of the descriptions following :-

Scrap, Gulvanized or Pig,
Puddled, in Bars, Blooms and Billets,

Bolts and Spikes, galvanized,
By 37 V. c. 6, sec. 6, Iron of the following descriptions is charged with
five per cent. ad valorem,
Iron of the following descriptions, viz-

Iron, scraps and galvanized,
Bars, puddled,
blooms and Billets, puddled or not puddled,
Bolts and Spikes, galvanized.
Wire, whether galvanized or not, except for wire rigging.
Locomotive Engine Frames, Axles, Cranks, Hoop Iron or Steel for tires

of wheels, bent and welded,
" Crank Axles, Piston Rods, Guide and Slide Bars, Crank

Pins, Connecting Rods, By 37 V. c. 6, sec. 5, the above Locomotive Engine materials are charged

with a duty of ten per cent. ad valorem. Lead in Sheet or Pig, Litharge,

Railroad Bars, and frogs, wrought iron or steel Chairs, wrought iron or

steel Fish Plates, and Car Axles,
Shafts for Mills and Steamboats, in the rough,
Spelter, in blocks, sheets or pig,
Steel, wrought or cast in bars and rods,

“ plates cut to any form, but not moulded,
Tin, in bar, blocks, pig or granulated,
Tubes and piping—of brass, copper or iron, drawn,
Type Metal, in blocks or pigs,
Wire, of brass or copper, round or flat,
Yellow Metal, in bolts, bars, and for sheathing,
Zinc in sheets and blocks and pigs.
"By 33 V., c. 9, sec. 7, there were added to this Schedule the following

articles :-
Bookbinders' Mill-Boards and Binders' Cloth, Iron Wire and Bruss

in stripes, and Iron in Blooms and Billets (not puddled); but as
to Iron and Iron Wire, see last page.

NATURAL PRODUCTS,

Bristles,
Broom Corn,
Bulbs,
Caoutchouc, unmanufactured,
Clays,
Coal and Coke (Struck out of this Schedule by 33 V. c. 9, sec. 9, and a

specific duty imposed, which, however, was repealed by 34 V. c. 10, sec.

2. (Post page 333.) See also 33 V. c, 9, 8. 14, post, page 330.
Cocoa, bean and shell,
Cork wood,
Cork wood bark,
Diamonds, unset,
Earths,

Eggs,

Emery,
Flour, Wheat and Rye (Struck out of this Schedule by 33 V. c. 9, sec.

9, and a specific duty imposed which, however, was repealed by 34

V.c. 10, sec. 2. Fibre, Mexican, Fibre, vegetable, for manufacturing purposes, Fibrilla, Flax, undressed, Flaxseed (Added to this Schedule by 37 V.c 6, sec. 7), Fire Clay, Fire Wood, Fish, fresh, not to include Oysters or Lobsters in Tins or Kegs, Fish bait, Furs, undressed, Grain of all kinds (Struck out of this Schedule by 33 V. c. 9, sec. 9,

and a specific duty imposed, which, however, was repealed by 34 V.C.

10, sec. 2. Gravels, Grease and Grease Scrap,

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