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TARIFF SCHEDULES OF THE UNITED STATES

SCHEDULE 1. - ANIMAL AND VEGETABLE PRODUCTS Part 9, - Edible Nuts and Fruits

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Rates of IXity

Item

Articles

1

2

Other edible nuts, etc. (con.) Shelled, blanched, or otherwise prepared, etc. (con.):

145.44 145.46 145.48 145.49 145.50 145.52 145.53

0.70 per lb. 80 per lb. 70 per lb. 5.60 per lb. (s) 100 per lb. 1.30 per lb. 1.250 per lb.

20 per lb. 100 per lb. 70 per lb.

7.50 per lb. 150 per lb.

150 per lb. 150 per lb.

145.58 145.60

50 per lb. 2 8 % ad val.

50 per lb. 35S^ ad val.

145.90

The highest rate applicable to any of the component nuts

The highest rate applicable to any of the component nuts

If peanut butter the product of Cuba

100 per lb. 50 per lb. 50 per lb.

Walnuts:

145.54 145.55 Other edible nute:

Subpart B. - Edible Fruits s

Subpart B headnotes:

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1.

For the purposes of this part — (a) the term "fresh" covers fruit crude or in Its natural state, whether green (Innature) or ripe. and whether or not chilled ibut not frozen), and includes fruit notwithstanding the use of nonpreservative coloring or other matter to maintain or improve its appearance; lb) the term "dried" means dried, desiccated. or evaporated; (c) the term "In brine" means provisionally preserved by packing in a preservative liquid solution such as water impregnated with salt or sulphur dioxide, but not specially prepared for Immediate consumpt ion; (d) the term "pickled" means prepar*d or preserved In vinegar or acetic acid whether or not packed in oil or containing sugar, salt, or spices;

and le) the term "prepared or preserved" covers fruit which is dried, in brine, pickled, frozen. or otherwise prepared or preserved, but does not cover fruit Juices (see part I2A of this schedule). or fruit flours, peels, pastes, pulps. Jellies, Jams, marmalades, or butters (see subpart C of this part), or candied, crystallized, or glac^ fruits (see subpart D of this part).

Apples, fresh, or prepared or preserved: 0.250 per lb. 10 per lb. 1.070 per lb.

0.50 per lb. 20 per lb. 2.50 per lb.

0.50 per lb. 10 per lb. •^3% ad val.

146.10 146.12 146.14

0.50 per lb. 20 per lb. 355^ ad val.

Apricots, fresh, or prepared or preserved: 146,20 146.22 146.24

(s) = Suspended.

See general headnote 3 (b).

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