Page:United States Statutes at Large Volume 50 Part 2.djvu/620

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INTERNATIONAL AGREEMENTS OTHER TLHAN TREATIES Schedule I-Con- tinued. Section A Netherlands Tariff Law of 1934 Tariff Number SCHEDULE I-Continued Articles Basis of Rate of Monopoly Assessment Duty Fee Note 1: Exemption from crisis tax or refund of such crisis tax actually paid, as may be in effect at the time of importa- tion, can be obtained if these fats are used as a basic material for: a) Fabrication of margarine; b) Technical production; c) Reexport, fabricated or not. Note S: If quantitative limita- tions are placed upon the im- portation into the Netherlands of pure lard and steam lard for any use whatsoever, the United States of America shall be ac- corded, at the choice of the United States, either a percent- age equal to the average im- ports from the United States in the years 1929, 1930, and 1931, or a percentage equal to the imports from the United States in the year 1934, the to- tal imports from the United States being calculated by add- ing direct imports, imports through free ports and imports out of bond. Ex 104 Oleomargarine (oleo oil): a) When used as a basic ma- terial for fabrication of margarine b) When used as a basic ma- terial for technical pro- duction c) When used for reexport, fabricated or not Note: Exemption from crisis tax or refund of such crisis tax actually paid, as may be in effect at the time of importa- tion, can be obtained if these fats are used as a basic ma- terial for: a) Fabrication of margarine; b) Technical production; c) Reexport, fabricated or not.


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