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Jute, rags for making paper. Jute, thread waste, fit only for making paper.
Lavender, essence or oil of.
Leather, old scrap leather.
Leaves, all not otherwise specified.
Leaves, palm-leaves, unmanufactured.
Lemon-peel, not preserved, candied or otherwise prepared.
Life-boats, for the saving of human life.
Lime, phosphate of, crude, for fertilizing purposes.
Linen Rags, for making paper.
Lithographic Stones, not engraved.
Logs, unmanufactured, not otherwise specified.
Machinery, models of.
Madder, ground or prepared.
Madder, extracts of,
Medals, cabinets of
Mineral or Medicinal Waters, natural waters.
Mineral Waters, natural, artificially charged with gas.
Models of Inventions and other Improvements in the Arts.
Musk, crude, in natural pod.
Necklaces, amber beads strung on threads.
Newspapers, imported by the mails, not exceeding 1,000 grammes (2 lbs. 3 ozs).
Newspapers, to be reconverted into paper.
Oilcake, of linseed.
Oils, ottar or otto, of roses.
Oils, vitriol or sulphuric acid.
Oils, whale, American fisheries.
Orange-flowers or buds.
Orange-peel, not preserved.
Paintings by American artists.
Paintings for municipal corporations.
Paper-stock, crude, of every description.
Pearl, mother of.
Pebbles, for spectacles, Brazil or other, rough.
Pelts, raw, not otherwise specified.
Pewter, old, fit only to be remanufactured.
Photographs, specially imported for exhibition, not for sale.
Piling, rough logs with bark on.
Plants, crude, used exclusively for dyeing or making dyes.
Plants, for use of United States.
Plants, medicinal, crude.
Plants, tropical and semi-tropical for propagation or cultivation.
Plaster of Paris, unground.
Poppy-heads, crude drug.
Posts, round, unmanufactured wood.
Pulp, grass, for making paper. Quassia-wood. Quinine, salts and sulphates of.
Rags, for making paper.
Railroad-cars, for business between Canada and United States.
Regalia, specially imported for the use of any society incorporated or established for philosophical, literary, or religious purposes, or for the encouragement of the fine arts.
Rennets, raw or prepared.
Rope, of raw hides, cut into strips.
Saffron, and safflower, and extract of.
Sassafras Bark and Root.
Seal-skins, raw or undressed.
Seeds, for use of United States.
Seeds, garden, not otherwise specified.
Seeds, medicinal, crude, not otherwise specified.
Silk, all raw, or as reeled from the cocoon, not being doubled, twisted, or advanced in manufacture any way.
Silver, old, fit only for re-manufacture.
Skeletons, and other preparations of anatomy.
Skins, fur, all not otherwise specified.
Skins, wool of no commercial value.
Skins, mats and robes.
Stones, lithographic, not engraved.
Tanning, articles in a crude state, used in tanning, not otherwise specified.
Theatrical Wardrobes, intended in good faith for the personal use of the actor or actress bringing them, and of a reasonable amount.
Timber, all round unmanufactured.
Tin, bars, blocks or pigs.
Tortoise -shell, unmanufactured.
Trees, for use in the United States.
Types, old, fit only to be remanufactured.
Vanilla Beans and Plants.
Vegetable substances for beds.
Veneers of cabinet-woods, unmanufactured.
Walking-sticks, cut into suitable lengths.
Wood. All logs and round, unmanufactured timber, not otherwise specified.
Wood. All ship timber. Wood. All cabinet - woods, unmanufactured. Wood. All dye-woods in sticks. Yeast-cakes.
VARIOUS ARTICLES WHICH MAY BE IMPORTED FREE OF TARIFF DUTY INTO CANADA,
Including those in Most General Use Among the People.
Articles for the use of the governor-general.
Articles for the use of foreign consuls-general.
Army and navy and Canadian militia, for the use of, viz: Arms, clothing, musical instruments for bands, military stores and munitions of war.
Bells for churches.
Berries for dyeing or used for composing dyes.