Page:United States Statutes at Large Volume 77A.djvu/155

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TARIFF SCHEDULES OF THE UNITED STATES SCHEDULE 3. - TEXTILE FIBERS AND TEXTILE PRODUCTS Part 4. - Fabrics of Special Construction or For Special Purposes; Articles of Wadding or Felt; Fisii Nets; Machine Clothing Rates of Duty

PART 4. - FABRICS OF SPECIAL CONSTRUCTION OR FOR SPECIAL PURPOSES; ARTICLES OF WADDING OR FELT; FBH NETS; MACHINE CLOTHING Part A headnote: I. This part covars certain textile fabrics and. In addition, certain other textile products. The provisions of subpart B of this part and the provisions for "fish netting and fishing nets" In subpart C hereof do not cover gauze and leno-woven fabrics. Woven textile fabrics not specially provided for In this part are provided for In part 3 of this schedule.

Subpart A. - Knit, Pile, Tufted, and Narrow Fabrics; Braids, and Elastic Fabrics Subpart A headnotes; I. This subpart provides for the named fabrics, braids, and elastic materials, when in the piece only. Any fabric described in this subpart and also In subpart B or C of this part Is classifiable In the said subpart B or C. This subpart does not cover — (I) braids suitable for making or ornamenting headwaar (see part IB of schedule 7); or till rubber or plastics filaments (see part IE of schedule 3 and part I2B of schedule 7). 2.

For the purposes of the tariff schedules — (a) the term "narrow fabrics" means (I) woven or knit fabrics, not over 12 inches in width, with fast edges (that is, with both edges made or treated to prevent the fabric from unraveling, by means of selvages, stitching, gumming, fusing, or simple hemming); or (111 seamless woven or knit tubings which, when flattened, are not over 12 inches in width; or (ill) bias binding consisting of strips, not over 12 Inches In width, cut on the bias from woven or knit fabrics and folded and creased on the edges; ^(b) the term "elastic", as used to describe yarns, cordage, braids, and fabrics, means that such articles possess elasticity which Is attributable in whole or In part to rubber. 3. Any article described in more than one superior heading of this subpart Is classifiable under the last such heading In which It is described.