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TARIFF SCHEDULES OF THE UNITED STATES

SCHEDULE 2. - WOOD AND PAPER; PRINTED MATTER Part 1. - Wood and Wood Products

87 Rates of Duty

Item

Articles

2

1

PART 1 - WOOD AND WOOD PRODUCTS . Part 1 headnote: 1. For the purposes of subparts 0. E, and F of this part, hardboard shall be deemed to be wood.

Subpart A. - Rough and Primary Wood Products; Wood Waste Subpart A headnotes: 1. The term "«»ood waste", as used In this subpart, means residual material other than firewood resulting from the processing of wood, including scraps, shavings, sawdust, veneer clippings, chipper rejects and similar small wood residues, and also larger or coarser solid types of residual wood such as slabs, edgings, cull pieces, and veneer log cores. 2. The provisions for wood products In Items 200.60 (poles, piles, and posts), 200.65 (lathsl, 200.75 (fence pickets, palings, and rails), 200.80 (railroad ties), and 200.85 (shingles and shakes) cover such products whether or not they have been treated with creosote or other wood preservatives.

200.03

Firewood, hogged-wood fuel and wood waste made into fuel by compression, whether or not containing an added binder: Firewood, and fuel not containing an added

200.06

Free 1 0 ^ ad val.

Free 2 0 ^ ad val

200.10

Free

Free

12.5^ ad val.

23% ad val

l6-2/3^ ad val.

33-1/3^ ad val.

Free

Free

Free

Free

200.15 200.20 200.25

Wood excelsior, including excelsior pads and wrappings..

200.30 200.35

200. ^tO

Logs and timber, in the rough, split, hewn, or roughly

Wood sticks (except bamboo and rattan sticks), in the rough, or cut into lengths suitable for sticks for umbrellas, parasols, sunshades, whips, fishing rods, Free

200.^5

Brierroot, in the rough or not further advanced than 2 ^ ad val.

1 5 $ ad val. 01

200.50 200.55

Free 0.5^ ad val.

Free 105^ ad val.

200.60

Free

Free

Wood blocks, blanks, or sticks, rough shaped by boring, hewing, or sawing so as to be dedicated to finishing into specific articles such as gunstocks, lasts, heels, handles, oars, shuttles, archery bows, or billiard cues: