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SCHEDULES.

FIRST SCHEDULEDuties

PART I

£s.d.
Wheat,Peas (not fresh),} the cwt.} 0} 0} 3
Barley,Beans (not fresh),
Oats,Lentils, )
Eye,Rice (other than whole and cleaned rice).
Buckwheat,
Maize,} the cwt.} 0} 0} 1 ½
Any offals which are feeding stuffs and are proved to the satisfaction of the Commissioners of Customs not to contain more than fifty per cent. of starch. J

Provided that, as from the fifteenth day of April up to the seventeenth day of June nineteen hundred and two, the said duty of 1 ½ d. on maize and offals shall be deemed to have been chargeable at the rate of 3d., but where it is proved to the satisfaction of the Commissioners of Customs that the said duty of 3d. has been paid during that period on any maize or offals, and that the excess of that duty over the duty of 1 ½ d. has not been recovered from any person to whom the maize or offals have been delivered after importation, the Commissioners of Customs may remit the excess

" Offals " mean the bran, pollards, germs, husks, culms, dust, or other similar bye-products of maize and the articles liable to the above-mentioned duty of threepence.

PART II

£s.d.
Flour and the meal or milled products (other' than offals liable to the above-mentioned duty of one penny halfpenny) of any of the articles mentioned in Part I. of this Schedule except maize.} the cwt.} 0} 0} 5
Starch,Sago,
Arrowroot,Malt,
Cassava powder and tapioca,Pearled barley: and
Potato flour,Rice (whole and cleaned).
The meal or milled products of maize (other than offals of maize liable to the above-mentioned duty of one penny halfpenny).} the cwt.002 ½

Provided that, as from the fifteenth day of April up to the seventeenth day of June 1902, the said duty of 2 ½ d. on the meal or milled products of maize shall be deemed to have been chargeable at the rate of 5d., but where it is proved to the satisfaction of the Commissioners of Customs that the said duty of 5d. has been paid during that period on any meal or milled products of maize, and that the excess of that duty over the duty of 2 ½ d. has not been recovered from any person to whom the meal or milled products of maize have been delivered after importation, the Commissioners of Customs may remit the excess.