Mineral Resources of the United States, Part 1

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U.S. Government Printing Office, 1913 - Mineral industries
 

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Page 361 - ... bonded warehouses or otherwise. On the arrival of the ores at such establishments they shall be sampled according to commercial methods under the supervision of Government officers, who shall be stationed at such establishments, and who shall submit the samples thus obtained to a Government assayer, designated by the Secretary of the Treasury, who shall make a proper assay of the sample, and report the result to the proper customs officers, and the import entries shall be liquidated thereon,...
Page 405 - Provided, That on all importations of lead-bearing ores the duties shall be estimated at the port of entry, and a bond given in double the amount of such estimated duties for the transportation of the ores by common carriers bonded for the transportation of appraised or unappraised merchandise to properly equipped sampling or smelting establishments, whether designated as bonded warehouses or otherwise. On the arrival of the ores at...
Page 363 - Lead dross, lead bullion or base bullion, lead in pigs and bars, lead! in any form not specially provided for in this...
Page 406 - Provided further, That all labor performed and services rendered pursuant to this section shall be under the supervision of an officer of the customs, to be appointed by the Secretary of the Treasury, and at the expense of the manufacturer...
Page 405 - That the works of manufacturers engaged in smelting or refining, or both, of ores and crude metals, may upon the giving of satisfactory bonds be designated as bonded smelting warehouses. Ores or crude metals may be removed from the vessel or other vehicle in which imported, or from a bonded warehouse, into a bonded smelting warehouse without the payment of duties thereon and there smelted or refined, or both, together with ores or crude metals...
Page 363 - Lead, acetate of, white, and nitrate of, 1J cents per pound; acetate of, brown, gray, or yellow, 1 cent per pound; all other lead compounds not specially provided for in this section, 20 per centum ad valorem.
Page 405 - Zinc in blocks or pigs and zinc dust, one and three-eighths cents per pound; In sheets, one and five-eighths cents per pound; In sheets coated or plated with nickel or other metal or solutions, one and three-fourths cents per pound ; old and worn-out, fit only to be remanufactured, one cent per pound.
Page 473 - In comparing the values of ore and metal it should be borne in mind that the value given for the ore is that actually received by the producer, whereas the value of the lead is calculated from the average daily quotations at New York.
Page 296 - No. 185, which may be obtained on application to the Director of the United States Geological Survey, Washington, DC...
Page 405 - And provided further, That the said metals so producible, or any portion thereof, may be withdrawn for domestic consumption, or transferred to a bonded customs warehouse, and withdrawn therefrom, and the several charges against the bonds canceled upon the payment of the duties chargeable against an equivalent...

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