Page:United States Statutes at Large Volume 50 Part 2.djvu/626

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INTERNATIONAL AGREEMENTS OTHER THAN TREATIES Schedule I-Con- tinued. Section A Netherlands Tariff Law of 134 Tariff Number SCHEDULE I-Continued Articles Fresh apples and pears Note: In seasons of crop short- age in the Netherlands the period during which the monopoly fee of 2 florin cents shall be applied shall be February to June inclu- sive in the case of fresh ap- ples and January to June inclusive in the case of fresh pears. The total quantities to be admitted during the periods of application of this rate shall not, however, ex- ceed 13,500 metric tons in the case of fresh apples and 2,300 metric tons in the case of fresh pears. The Nether- lands Government will at any time give sympathetic consid- eration to any representations which the Government of the United States of America may make to the effect that conditions are such as to justify such extension of the period during which the rate of 2 florin cents shall be applied. Ex 148 I 6 Dried prunes Ex 148 I 11 Raisins Ex 148 I 16 Apricot kernels Ex 148 I 18 Grapefruit Ex 148 III BandC Canned fruits: 1) If containing 5% or less added sugar (except pine- apple): a) For containers of 1.2 kilos or less b) For containers of over 1.2 kilos but not over 5 kilos Ad val. 12% flr. 0.02 per net kilo Ad val. 12% fir. 0.01 per kilo: in bales, gross; others, net Ad val. 10% None Ad val. 12% fir. 0.01 per gro. kilo Ad val. Ad val. 30% fir. 0.10 per net kilo 15% fir. 0 .05 per net kilo 1534 Basis of Rate of Monopoly Assessment Duty Fee