Page:United States Statutes at Large Volume 77A.djvu/471

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TARIFF SCHEDULES OF THE UNITED STATES 457 References to Tariff Schedules BEIDCES, of base metal 6^2.9h-9B BRIEF CASES Sch 7 Pt ID Hdnte 2(a) (ii) BRIERROOT, rough or out into blocks 200.Ii5 BRIQUETTES, nietalj unwrought Sch 6 Pt 2 Hdnte 3Ca) BRISTLES— brush, tapered, of rubber or plastics 773-15-20 natural 186.30 BRISTOL BOARD 252.20j 251i.09 BROMIDE(S) — ethylene dibromide lt29.28 potassium U20.02 sodium U20.82 other (classifiable according to cation constituent Iil7.l8-U23.00 and " other halogenated hydrocarbons") l|29.1i8 BROMINE lil5.05 compounds (see a l s o BROMIDES) — cyclic Sch 1; Pt 1 other (classifiable according to cation , constituent lil7.18-U23.00 under "other" organic compounds U29.90 and under "other alkaloids and their compounds") — U37.22-2li BROOCHES Sch 7 Pt 6A Hdnte 2(a); 7l»0.05-37 BROOM CORN 192.55 BROOMS 750.30; 750.70 BROWN PRINT PAPERS— not sensitized 252.10 sensitized, but not exposed 723.30-32 BROWN, Vandyke (Oassel earth or Cassel b r o w n) — 1*73.86 BRUCINE and its compounds 1*37.00 BRUSHES 750.30-75 for electric generators, motors, etc 517.81 BUCHU LEAVES li35.05-10 BUCKLES AND BUCKLE SLIDES 71+5.1*5-1*7 harness and saddlery or riding bridle 61*6.97-98 jewelrySch 7 Pt 6 A Hdntes 2(a), 3; 71*0.05-10 BUCKETS, of rubber or plastics 772.25 BUCKWHEAT 130.15 milled 131.15; 131-57 BUDDING KNIVES 61*9-87-89 BUGLES— articles, nspf 71*1.50 musical instruments 725.20-22 not strung and not set 71*1.20-30 BUILDING BOARDS Sch 2 Pt 3 Hdnte 1(e); 21*5.70-90 652.90-98 BUILDINGS, of base metal BUILDING STONE Sch 5 Pt I C BUILT-UP MICA Sch 5 Pt ID Hdnte 1(d) 516.91 BULBS— glass, for electric lamps, vacuum tubes, etc 51*7.31 live, for planting 125.01-30 rubber or plastics, for syringes 772.1*2 BULLDOZERS ^^ 661.05 BULLION— gold and silver 605.20 lead 621*.02 BULLIONS 71*8.05 696.60 BUOYS 685.70 BURGLAR ALARMS, electrical

References to Tariff Schedules BURGUNDY PITCH 1*93.1*5 BURNERS— central-heating, non-electrical and non-industrial 653.1*5-50 furnace, for liquid fuel, pulverized solid fuel, or gas 661.25 BURROS (see also ANIMALS) 100.35 BUHRSTONES— in blocks, rough 519.01 manufactured 519.71 BURS, dental 709.19 BUSES 692.05 BUTANE 1*75.15 BUTCHER— knives 650.01-21 steels 650.61-65 BUTTER 116.00-26 substitutes II6.3O BUTTERMILK 115.00; 115.U5 BUTTON LAC I88.IO BUTTON(S) 7l*5.0l*-3l* blanks, molds, and parts 71*5-1*0 glass, reflecting, not optically worked, used as or with signs or signals 5U5-63 jewelrySch 7 Pt 6 A Hdntes 2 (a), 3 71*0-05-10 BUTADIENE 1*29-50 BUTYL ACETATE 1*28-52 BUTYLENE 1*29-50 chlorohydrin 1*28.20 dichloride 1*29.20 glycol 1*28.30 oxide 1*28.80 BUTYHALDEHYDE 1*27 -1*1* BUTYROLACTONE 1*29-10 CABBAGE ( s e e VEffiTABLES) CABINET— fittings and mountings, of base metal 6U7-00-10 locks 61*6.86-89 CABLE (see a l s o CORDAGE) — suitable for jewelry, etc 7liO.70-8O CABS for motor vehicles 692.20-22 CADMIUM (see also METALS) — compounds— salts of organic acids 1*27.28 other 1*23.00 metal 632.ll* CAFPEINE and its compounds 1*37-02-06 CAKE(S) 182-20 bean 182.15 cocoa 156.1*0; 156.55 metal, unwrought Sch 6 Pt 2 Hdnte 3(a) vegetable oil • 181*.50-52 CALCINED MAGNESIA 1*19.32 CALCINED PETROLEUM AND COAL COKE 517-51 CALCIUM (see also METALS) — compounds— carbonate 1*72.20-21* cyanamide 1*80.15 nitrate 1*80.20