Page:United States Statutes at Large Volume 77A.djvu/516

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TARIFF SCHEDULES OF THE UNITED STATES 502 References to STONE—Continued Tariff Schedules Cornwall (flux] 522.35; 522.A5 granite, and articles of 513.6l-8;i jet, and articles of 513.91-9A limestone, and articles of SlA-H-'W marble, and articles of 5H.51-81 millstones 519.71 nspf, and articles of, nspf 515.4.1-6/1 onyx, and articles of 51A.5A-81 pumice 519.05-lA quartzlte 514.91 rottenstone 519.17; 519.34 sand 513.11-14 slate, and articles of 515.11-14 soapstone, and articles of 523.31-37 statuary and sculptures, professional productions of sculptors— 513.51 not originals 765.15 originals 523.31-37 talc, and articles 515.21-34 travertine tripoli 519.17; 519.34 STONES— curling 734.65 gemstones (see GEMSTONES) precious and semiprecious (see PRECIOUS AND SEMIPRECIOUS STONES) STONEWARE, and articles of Sch 5 Pt 2 Hdnte 2(0) STOPPERS— of cork 220.35-45 of rubber or plastics 772.85 STOPWATCHES Sch 7 Pt 2E Hdnte 2(a') 715.05 STOVES— electric 684.20-50 non-electric, household, hotel, restaurant, or office types 653.45-50 STRAIGHT EDGES 710.80 STRAMONIUM 435.75 STRANDS, of wire, with or without fittings 642.06-20 STRAW— artlcles of Sch 2 Pt 2B Hdnte 2(d'); 222.36-64 artificial 309.05-06; 309.20-25 flax 192.60 nspf 184.35 rice 192.75 STRAWBOARD AND STRAWPAPER 251.25 STREAMERS, paper 737.70 STRINGED MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS 725.02-06 STRINGS for musical instruments 726.40 STRI P S abrasive 519.51 base m e t a l — aluminum Sch 6 Pt 2D Hdnte 3 (c); 618.25-29 copper Sch 6 Pt 2C Hdnte 3(b'); 612.30-52 iron or steel Sch 6 Pt 2B Hdnte 3(hi rectangular in shape-Sch 6 Pt 2B; 608.81-96; 609.17 nonrectangular in shape Sch 6 Pt 2B; 609.12-17 lead Sch 6 Pt 2G Hdnte 3 (a); 622.18-24 nickel Sch 6 Pt 2E Hdnte 3(b'); 620.08-16 tin Sch 6 Pt 2F Hdnte 3 (a); 622.15-17 zinc Sch 6 Pt 2H Hdnte 3(8); 626.15-24 cork 220.20 denslfied wood 203.10

References to STRIPS—Continued Tariff Schedules electrical terminal 685.90 with a light-reflecting surface 790.50 man-made Sch 3 Pt IE Hdnte 3{A-h); 309.20-50 pressure-sensitive 790.50-55 rubber or plastics Sch 7 Pt 12B Hdnte 1 (b); 771.20-55 STROBOSCOPES 713.17-19 STROLLERS— baby 732.60-62 doll 732.40 STRONTIAMITE 421.70 STRONTIUM (see also METALS)-cromate pigments 473.19 compounds— ^27.06-08 salts of organic acids ^21.70-86 other 632.46 metal

STRYCHNINE and i t s s a l t s STUD LINK CHAIN STUDS and studding of i r o n or s t e e l of other base m e t a l STURGEON (see FISH) STYLOGRAPHIC PENS STYLUSES, h and STYREKE

resins SUBOXIDE of LEAD (Leady l i t h a r g e) SUBPORCELAIN, and articles of SUGAR—

437.16 652.21 Sch 6 Pt 3D 646.57 646.77 760.05 710.78 403.10 405.25 473.58 Sch 5 Pt 2 Hdnte 2(d)

beets and cane 155.10-15 corn 155.60 derived from sugar beets and sugar cane 155.20-36 dextrose 155.60 flavored 155.75-76 maple 155.50 saccharides 493.65-68 sack fabric, rags 390.20 SUITCASES Sch 7 Pt ID Hdnte 2(a)(i) SULFATE(S)~ aluminum 417.16 aluminum ammonium 417.10 aluminum potassium 417.14 ammonium 417.38 barium 472.10-14 calcium 472.30 cobalt 418.62 copper 418.76 diethyl and dimethyl 428.54 fertilizers and fertilizer materials 480.55; 480.80 Iron (ferrous) 418.92 lead 473.62 magne slum 419.34-3 6 manganese 419.42 nickel • 419.74 potassiim 480.55 sodium 421.42-46 strontium 421.82-84 zinc 422.76 other— inorganic (classifiable according to cation constituent) 417.18-423.00 organic 428.72