HARTRANFT V. MEYER, 149 U. S. 544 (1893)

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Hartranft v. Meyer, 149 U.S. 544 (1893)

Hartranft v. Meyer

No. 860

Argued April 11-12, 1893

Decided May 15, 1893

149 U.S. 544


Piece goods, commercially known and designated as "Chinas" and "marcelines," which are chiefly used for lining hats and bonnets are dutiable at the rate of twenty percentum ad valorem under Schedule N of the tariff Act of March 3, 1883, as materials "used for making . . . hats, bonnets, or hoods."

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