Page:United States Statutes at Large Volume 77A.djvu/511

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TARIFF SCHEDULES OF THE UNITED STATES 497 References to Tariff Schedules RUBBER AHD PLASTICS—Continued insulators, electric 773-30 luggage, of reinforced or laminated plastics — 706.30 nativity scenes 772-97 nipples and pacifiers, nursing 772.40 plaques—773-10 rainwear— with textile fabric base 376-50 with textile-fabric outer surface— 376.5'^-58 nspf 772- 30 tires, and tubes for tires Sch 7 Pt 12C Hdnte 1 toys for pets — 773-05 wall coverings— 772-70 waste and scrap Sch 7 Ft 12B Hdnte 3; 771-05-15 wearing apparel 772-30 RUBIDIUM — 415.40 compounds 423-00 RUBIES--

articles of, nspf crude

520.51 520.11

cut, but not set 520.35 RUGS, steamer (see also FLOOR COVERINGS) - Sch 3 Ft 5B Hdnte l(b) RULES-folding— 710.67-70 slide 710.60-61 other 710.72 RULING PENS — 710.80 RUM — 168.40 bay— 461.15 RUKHERS-of rubber or plastics 772.35 of textile materials Sch 3 Pt 5C Hdnte 1 RUTABAGAS (see VEGETABLES) RUTHENIUM (see also metals)-compounds 423.00 metal 6O5.02-08; 6O5.6O-7O RUTILE and rutile sand 60I.5I synthetic, of gemstone quality, and articles nspf thereof 520.7I-75 RYE — 130.60 milled — 131.38; 131-70 S SACCHARIN — 408.45 SACKS, of textile materials 385.45-55 SADDLES and saddlery 790.30 hardware 646.97-98 SAFETY GLASS -544.31-41 SAFETY RAZORS — 650.71-75 SAFFLOWER— dyeing and tanning preparations 47O.IO-I5 oil — 176-70 seed 127-10 SAFFRON, dyeing and tanning preparations 47O-IO-I5 SAFROL460-70 SAGE, spice — l6l-94-96 SAILBOATS— Gen Hdnte 5(e); 696-05-40 SALICIN 493.67 SALICYLIC ACID — 407.12 compounds— methyl salicylate 4o8-75 salts suitable for medicinal use 407-12 other UO3.6O SALMON (see FISH) SALOL 407.80 SAI/T (Sodium chloride) 420.92-96 SALT CAKE (Sodium sulfate, crude) — 421.42 SALTPETER, crude (Potassium nitrate) 480.60

References to Tariff Schedules SAMPLES — — 860.10-30 under temporary bond, for taking orders 864.20 wool fabric 385.20 SAND— -blasting machines 662.40 crude or manufactured 513.11-14 ilmfinite 601.51 monazite 601.45 rutile 601.51 zirconium 601-63 SANDALS Sch 7 Pt lA Hdnte 1 SANDALWOOD OIL 452-64 SANITARY-772.42 belts, of rubber or plastics wares— base metal 653.65; 654.20 ceramic 535. 31 SANTONIN and Its salts -— 437.66 SAPODILLAS (see also F R U I T S) — l46.80-8l SAPPHIRES— articles of nspf 520.6I cut, but not set 520.35 in natural state 520.11 SARDINES (see FISH) SARRUSOPHONES — Sch 7 Pt 3A Hdnte 2(b); 725.24 SATCHELS Sch 7 Pt ID Hdnte 2(a)(i) SATIN WHITE — 472.30 SAUCERS (see TABLEWARE) SAUCES-fish 113.01 other 182.45-46 SAUSAGE(S) 107.10-25 casings— natural 190.58 nspf — 790.45 SAVORY, spice — — 162-01-03 SAW(S)— blades, mechanical and non-mechanical— 649-14-25 machine tools Sch 6 Pt 4 F Hdnte 1(a); 674-40-42 metal parts 649-26-29 non-mechanical 649.11 SAXHORNS — Sch 7 Pt 3A Hdnte 2(a); 725.20-22 SAXOPHONES — Sch 7 Pt 3A Hdnte 2(b); 725-24 SCABBARDS and SHEATHS, for swords, bayonets, and other sldearms 73O.O5 SCALE, metal-bearing Sch 6 Pt 1 Hdnte 2(b) SCALES 662-25-30 fish, crude 190-47 SCANDIUM (see also METALS)-compounds 423-00 SCARVES— furnishings— of rubber or plastics 772-35 of textile materials Sch 3 Pt 5C Hdnte 1 wearing apparel, textile 372.IO-8O SCHOOL BAGS Sch 7 Pt ID Hdnte 2(a) (ll) SCIENTIFIC APPARATUS, under bond by professional scientists 864-70 SCISSORS 650.87-91 with self-contained electric motors 683.50 SCOOPS—648.51 SCOOTERS, designed to be ridden by children732.52 SCRAP (see WASTE and SCRAP) SCRAPERS, mechanical, stationary or mobile, for earth minerals, or ores 664.05 SCREEN(S) — half-tone, for engraving or photography 722-84 projection, photographic 722-70 of unspirn fibrous vegetable materials-222.50 of wire 642.45-87 of wood 206.65-67