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TARIFF SCHEDULES OF THE UNITED STATES

SCHEDULE 8. - SPECIAL CLASSIFICATION PROVISIONS Part 5. - Samples; Articles Admitted F r e e of Duty Under Bond

421 Rates of Duty

PART 5. - SAMPLES; ARTICLES ADMITTED FREE OF DUTY UNDER BOND Subpart A. - Samples for Soliciting Orders Subpart A headnotes: 1. Any article exempted under this subpart from the oayment of duty shall be exempt also from the payment of any internal-revenue tax imposed upon or by reason of importation and from the labeling requirements of the Federal Alcohol Administration Act and chapter 52 of the Internal Revenue Code of 1954, 2. The provisions of item 360,10 or 860,20 apply to not more than one sample of each beverage product, or of each tobacco product, cigarette paper, or cigarette tube, respectively, admitted during any calendar quarter for the use of each person importing alcoholic beverages, tobacco products, cigarette papers, or cigarette tubes in commercial quantities.

Alcoholic beverage samples (each sample containing not more than 8 ounces if a malt beverage, not more than 4 ounces if a wine, and not more than 2 ounces if any other alcoholic beverage) to be used in the United States only for soliciting orders by persons importing alcoholic beverages in commercial quantities Samples of tobacco products, and cigarette papers and tubes (each sample consisting of not more than (a) 3 cigars, (b) 3 cigarettes, (c) 1/8 ounce of tobacco, (d) 1/8 ounce of snuff, (e) 3 cigarette tubes, or (f) 25 cigarette papers) to be used in the United States only for soliciting orders by persons importing tobacco products, cigarette papers, or cigarette tubes in commercial quantities Any sample (except samples covered by item 860.10 or 860.20), valued not over 81 each, or marked, torn, perforated, or otherwise treated so that it is unsuitable for sale or for use otherwise than as a sample, to be used in the United States only for soliciting orders for products of foreign countries.

Subpart B. - Articles for Permanent Exhibition under Bond Subpart 3 headnotes: I. The provisions of this subpart do not apply to articles intended for sale or for any purpose other than exhibition or erecting a public monument, nor do they apply to any Institution or society engaged In or connected with business of a private or commercial character. Articles admitted under item 862.10 may be transferred from an organization specified therein to another such organIzation,or temporarily to a ccxtmercial gallery or other premises, for exhibition and not for sale.