19 CFR 141.89 - Additional information for certain classes of merchandise.
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Title 19: Customs DutiesCHAPTER I: U.S. CUSTOMS AND BORDER PROTECTION, DEPARTMENT OF HOMELAND SECURITY; DEPARTMENT OF THE TREASURY (CONTINUED) PART 141: ENTRY OF MERCHANDISE Subpart F: Invoices 141.89 - Additional information for certain classes of merchandise.(a) Invoices for the following classes of merchandise, classifiable under the Harmonized Tariff Schedule of the United States (HTSUS), shall set forth the additional information specified: [75-42, 75-239, 78-53, 83-251, 84-149.] Aluminum and alloys of aluminum classifiable under subheadings 7601.10.60, 7601.20.60, 7601.20.90, or 7602.00.00, HTSUS (T.D. 53092, 55977, 56143)?Statement of the percentages by weight of any metallic element contained in the article. Articles manufactured of textile materials, Coated or laminated with plastics or rubber, classifiable in Chapter(s) 39, 40, and 42?Include a description indicating whether the fabric is coated or laminated on both sides, on the exterior surface or on the interior surface. Bags manufactured of plastic sheeting and not of a reinforced or laminated construction, classified in Chapter 39 or in heading 4202?Indicate the gauge of the plastic sheeting. Ball or roller bearings classifiable under subheading 8482.10.50 through 8482.80.00, HTSUS (T.D. 68-306)?(1) Type of bearing (i.e., whether a ball or roller bearing); (2) If a roller bearing, whether a spherical, tapered, cylindrical, needled or other type; (3) Whether a combination bearing (i.e., a bearing containing both ball and roller bearings, etc.); and (4) If a ball bearing (not including ball bearing with integral shafts or parts of ball bearings), whether or not radial, the following: (a) outside diameter of each bearing; and (b) whether or not a radial bearing (the definition of radial bearing is, for Customs purposes, an antifriction bearing primarily designed to support a load perpendicular to shaft axis). Beads (T.D. 50088, 55977)?(1) The length of the string, if strung; (2) The size of the beads expressed in millimeters; (3) The material of which the beads are composed, i.e., ivory, glass, imitation pearl, etc. Bed linen and Bedspreads?Statement as to whether or not the article contains any embroidery, lace, braid, edging, trimming, piping or applique work. Chemicals?Furnish the use and Chemical Abstracts Service number of chemical compounds classified in Chapters 27, 28 and 29, HTSUS. Colors, dyes, stains and related products provided for under heading 3204, HTSUS?The following information is required: (1) Invoice name of product; (2) Trade name of product; (3) Identity and percent by weight of each component; (4) Color Index number (if none, so state); (5) Color Index generic name (if none so state); (6) Chemical Abstracts Service number of the active ingredient; (7) Class of merchandise (state whether acid type dye, basic dye, disperse dye, fluorescent brightener, soluble dye, vat dye, toner or other (describe); (8) Material to which applied (name the material for which the color, dye, or toner is primarily designed). Copper (T.D. 45878, 50158, 55977) articles classifiable under the provisions of Chapter 74, HTSUS?A statement of the weight of articles of copper, and a statement of percentage of copper content and all other elements?by weight?to articles classifiable according to copper content. Copper ores and concentrates (T.D. 45878, 50158, 55977) classifiable in heading 2603, and subheadings 2620.19.60, 2620.20.00, 2620.30.00, and heading 7401?Statement of the percentages by weight of the copper content and any other metallic elements. Cotton fabrics classifiable under the following HTSUS headings: 5208, 5209, 5210, 5211, and 5212?(1) Marks on shipping packages; (2) Numbers on shipping packages; (3) Customer's call number, if any; (4) Exact width of the merchandise; (5) Detailed description of the merchandise; trade name, if any; whether bleached, unbleached, printed, composed of yarns of different color, or dyed; if composed of cotton and other materials, state the percentage of each component material by weight; (6) Number of single threads per square centimeter (All ply yarns must be counted in accordance with the number of single threads contained in the yarn; to illustrate: a cloth containing 100 two-ply yarns in one square centimeter must be reported as 200 single threads); (7) Exact weight per square meter in grams; (8) Average yarn number use this formula: EC14NO91.156 (9) Yarn size or sizes in the warp; (10) Yarn size or sizes in the filling; (11) Specify whether the yarns are combed or carded; (12) Number of colors or kinds (different yarn sizes or materials) in the filling; (13) Specify whether the fabric is napped or not napped; and (14) Specify the type of weave, for example, plain, twill, sateen, oxford, etc., and (15) Specify the type of machine on which woven: if with Jacquard (Jacq), if with Swivel (Swiv), if with Lappet (Lpt.), if with Dobby (Dobby). Cotton raw See ? 151.82 of this chapter for additional information required on invoices. Cotton waste (T.D. 5044)?(1) The name by which the cotton waste is known, such as ?cotton card strips?; ?cotton comber waste?; ?cotton lap waste?; ?cotton sliver waste?; ?cotton roving waste?; ?cotton fly waste?; etc.; (2) Whether the length of the cotton staple forming any cotton card strips covered by the invoice were made is less than 3.016 centimeters (13/16 inches) or is 3.016 centimeters (13/16 inches) or more. Earthenware or crockeryware composed of a nonvitrified absorbent body (including white granite and semiporcelain earthenware and cream-colored ware, stoneware, and terra cotta, but not including common brown, gray, red, or yellow earthenware), embossed or plain; common salt-glazed stoneware; stoneware or earthenware crucibles; Rockingham earthenware; china, porcelain, or other vitrified wares, composed of a vitrified nonabsorbent body which, when broken, shows a vitrified, vitreous, semi-vitrified, or semivitreous fracture; and bisque or parian ware (T.D. 53236)?(1) If in sets, the kinds of articles in each set in the shipment and the quantity of each kind of article in each set in the shipment; (2) The exact maximum diameter, expressed in centimeters, of each size of all plates in the shipment; (3) The unit value for each style and size of plate, cup, saucer, or other separate piece in the shipment. Fish or fish livers (T.D. 50725, 49640, 55977) imported in airtight containers classifiable under Chapter 3, HTSUS?(1) Statement whether the articles contain an oil, fat, or grease which has had a separate existence as an oil, fat, or grease, (2) The name and quantity of any such oil, fat, or grease. Footwear, classifiable in headings 6401 through 6405 of the HTSUS? 1. Manufacturer's style number. 2. Importer's style and/or stock number. 3. Percent by area of external surface area of upper (excluding reinforcements and accessories) which is: Leather a. ____% Composition Leather b. ____% Rubber and/or plastics c. ____% Textile materials d. ____% Other (give separate e. ____% Percent for each f. ____% Type of material)4. Percent by area of external Surface area of outersole (excluding reinforcements and accessories) which is: Leather a. ____% Composition Leather b. ____% Rubber and/or plastics c. ____% Textile materials d. ____% Other (give separate e. ____% Percent for each f. ____% Type of material) You may skip this section if you choose to answer all questions A through Z below. I. If 3(a) is larger than any other percent in 3 and if 4(a) is larger than any other percent in 4, answer questions F, G, L, M, O, Q, R, S, and X. II. If 3(a) is larger than any other percent in 3 and if 4(c) is larger than any other percent in 4, answer questions F, G, L, M, N, O, Q, S and X. III. If 3(a) plus 3(b) is larger than any single percent in 3 and if 4(d), 4(e) or 4(f) is larger than any other percent in 4, stop. IV. If 3(c) is larger than any other percent in 3 and if 4(a) or 4(b) is larger than any other percent in 4, stop. V. If 3(c) is larger than any other percent in 3 and if 4(c) is larger than any other percent in 4, answer questions B, E, F, G, H, J, K, L, M, N, O, P, T and W. VI. If 3(d) is larger than any other percent in 3 and if 4(a) plus 4(b) is larger than any single percent in 4, answer questions C and D. VII. If 3(d) is larger than any other percent in 3 and if 4(c) is larger than any other percent in 4, answer questions A, C, J, K, M, N, P and T. VIII. If 3(d) is larger than any other percent in 3 and if 4(d) is larger than any other percent in 4, answer questions U, Y and Z. IX. If the article is made of paper, answer questions V and Z. If the article does not meet any of conditions I through IX above, answer all questions A through Z, below. A Percent of external surface area of upper (including leather reinforcements and accessories) Which is leather _____% B Percent by area of external surface area of upper (including all reinforcements and accessories). Which is rubber and/or plastics _____% C Percent by weight of rubber and/or plastics is _____% D Percent by weight of textile materials plus rubber and/or plastics is _____% E Is it waterproof F Does it have a protective metal toe cap G Will it cover the wearer's ankle bone H Will it cover the wearer's knee cap I [Reserved.] J Is it designed to protect against water, oil, grease, or chemicals, or cold or inclement weather K Is it a slip-on L Is it a downhill or cross-country skiboot M Is it serious sports footwear other than skiboots (Chapter 64 subheading note defines sports footwear.) N Is it a tennis, basketball, gym, or training shoe or the like O Is it made on a base or platform of wood P Does it have open toes or open heels Q Is it made by the (lipped insole) welt construction R Is it made by the turned construction S Is it worn exclusively by men, boys or youths T Is it made by an exclusively adhesive construction U Are the fibers of the upper, by weight, predominately vegetable fibers V Is it disposable, i.e., intended for one-time use W Is it a ?Zori? X Is the leather in the upper pigskin Y Are the sole and upper made of woolfelt Z Is there a line of demarcation between the outer sole and upper The information requested above may be furnished on CF 5523 or other appropriate format by the exporter, manufacturer or shipper. Also, the following information must be furnished by the importer or his authorized agent if classification is claimed under one of the subheadings below: If subheading 6401.99.80, 6402.19.10, 6402.30.30, 6402.91.40, 6402.99.15, 6402.99.30, 6406.11.40, 6404.11.60, 6404.19.35, 6404.19.40, or 6404.19.60 is claimed: Does the shoe have a foxing or foxing-like band If so, state its materials(s). Does the sole overlap the upper other than just at the front of the toe and/or at the back of the heel Definitions for some of the terms used in questions A to Z above: For the purpose of this section, the following terms have the approximate definitions below. If either a more complete definition or a decision as to its application to a particular article is needed, the maker or importer of record (or the agent of either) should contact Customs prior to entry of the article. a. In an exclusively adhesive construction, all of the piece(s) of the bottom would separate from the upper or from each other if all adhesives, cements, and glues were dissolved. It includes shoes in which the pieces of the upper are stitched to each other, but not to any part of the bottom. Examples include: 1. Vulcanized construction footwear; 2. Simultaneous molded construction footwear; 3. Molded footwear in which the upper and the bottom are one piece of molded rubber or plastic, and 4. Footwear in which staples, rivets, stitching, or any of the methods above are either primary or just extra or auxiliary, even though adhesive is a major part of the reason the bottom will not separate from the upper. b. Composition leather is made by binding together leather fibers or small pieces of natural leather. It does not include imitation leathers not based on natural leather. c. Leather is the tanned skin of any animal from which the fur or hair has been removed. Tanned skins coated or laminated with rubber and/or plastics are ?leather? only if the leather gives the material its essential character. d. A line of demarcation exists if one can indicate where the sole ends and the upper begins. For example, knit booties do not normally have a line of demarcation. e. Men's, boys' and youths' sizes cover footwear of American youths sizes 111/2 and larger for males, and do not include footwear commonly worn by both sexes. If more than 4% of the shoes sold in a given size will be worn by females, that size is ?commonly worn by both sexes.? f. Footwear is designed to protect against water, oil or cold or inclement weather only if it is substantially more of a protection against those items than the usual shoes of that type. For example, leather oxfords will clearly keep one's feet warmer and drier than going barefoot, but they are not a protection in this sense. On the other hand the snow-jobber is the protective version of the nonprotective jogging shoe. g. Rubber and/or plastics includes any textile material visibly coated (or covered) externally with one or both of those materials. h. Slip-on includes: 1. A boot which must be pulled on. 2. Footwear with elastic cores which must be stretched to get it on, but not bootwear having a separate piece of elasticized fabric which forms a full circle around the foot or ankle. i. Sports footwear includes only: (1) Footwear which is designed for a sporting activity and has, or has provision for, the attachment of spikes, sprigs, cleats, stops, clips, bars or the like; (2) Skating boots (without skates attached), ski boots and cross-country ski footwear, wrestling boots, boxing boots and cycling shoes. j. Tennis shoes, basketball shoes, gym shoes, training shoes and the like covers athletic footwear other than sports footwear, whether or not principally used for such athletic games or purposes. k. Textile materials are made from cotton, other vegetable fibers, wool, hair, silk or man-made fibers. Note: Cork, wood carboard and leather are not textile materials. l. In turned construction, the upper is stitched to the leather sole wrong side out and the shoe is then turned right side out. m. Vegetable fibers include cotton, flax and ramie, but do not include either rayon or plaiting materials such as rattan or wood strips. n. Waterproof footwear includes footwear designed to protect against penetration by water or other liquids, whether or not such footwear is primarily designed for such purposes. o. Welt footwear means footwear constructed with a welt, which extends around the edge of the outer sole, and in which the welt and shoe upper are sewed to a lip on the surface of the insole, and the outer sole is sewed or cemented to the welt. p. A zori has an upper consisting only of straps or thongs of molded rubber or plastic. This upper is assembled to a foamed rubber or plastic sole by means of plugs. Fur products and furs (T.D. 53064)?(1) Name or names (as set forth in the Fur Products Name Guide (16 CFR 301.0) of the animal or animals that produced the fur, and such qualifying statements as may be required pursuant to ? 7(c) of the Fur Products Labeling Act (15 U.S.C. 69e(c)); (2) A statement that the fur product contains or is composed of used fur, when such is the fact; (3) A statement that fur product contains or is composed of bleached, dyed, or otherwise artificially colored fur, when such is the fact; (4) A statement that the fur product is composed wholly or in substantial part of paws, tails, bellies, or waste fur, when such is the fact; (5) Name and address of the manufacturer of the fur product; (6) Name of the country of origin of the furs or those contained in the fur product. Glassware and other glass products (T.D. 53079, 55977)?Classifiable under Heading 7013 HTSUS?Statement of the separate value of each component article in the set. Gloves?State if the merchandise has a plastics or a rubber exterior. (See Chapter 59, Note 2(a)(3)). Grain or grain and screenings (T.D. 51284)?Statement on Customs invoices for cultivated grain or grain and screenings that no screenings are included with the grain, or, if there are screenings included, the percentage of the shipment which consists of screenings commingled with the principal grain. Handkerchiefs?(1) State the exact dimensions (length and width) of the merchandise; (2) If of cotton indicate whether the handkerchief is hemmed and whether it contains lace or embroidery. Hats or headgear?(1) If classifiable under subheading 6502.00.40 or 6502.00.60, HTSUS?Statement as to whether or not the article has been bleached or colored; (2) If classifiable under subheadings 6502.00.20 through 6502.00.60 or 6504.00.30 through 6504.00.90, HTSUS?Statement as to whether or not the article is sewed or not sewed, exclusive of any ornamentation or trimming. Hosiery?(1) Indicate whether a single yarn measures less than 67 decitex. (2) Indicate whether the hosiery is full length, knee length, or less than knee length. (3) Indicate whether it contains lace or net. Iron or steel classifiable in Chapter 72 or headings 7301 to 7307, HTSUS (T.D. 53092, 55977)?Statement of the percentages by weight or carbon and any metallic elements contained in the articles, in the form of a mill analysis or mill test certificate. Iron oxide (T.D. 49989, 50107)?For iron oxide to which a reduced rate of duty is applicable, a statement of the method of preparation of the oxide, together with the patent number, if any. Machines, equipment and apparatus?Chapters 84 and 85, HTSUS?A statement as to the use or method of operation of each type of machine. Machine parts (T.D. 51616)?Statement specifying the kind of machine for which the parts are intended, or if this is not known to the shipper, the kinds of machines for which the parts are suitable. Machine tools: (1) Headings 8456 through 8462?machine tools covered by these headings equipped with a CNC (Computer Numerical Control) or the facings (electrical interface) for a CNC must state so; (2) Headings 8458 through 8463?machine tools covered by these headings if used or rebuilt must state so; (3) Subheading 8456.30.10?EDM: (Electical Discharge Machines) if a Traveling Wire (Wire Cut) type must state so. Wire EDM's use a copper or brass wire for the electrode; (4) Subheading 8457.10.00?Machining Centers. Must state whether or not they have an ATC (Automatic Tool Changer). Vertical spindle maching centers with an ATC must also indicate the Y-travel; (5) Subheading 8458.11.0030 through 8458.11.0090?horizontal lathes: numerically controlled. Must indicate the rated HP (or KW rating) of the main spindle motor. Use the continuous rather than the 30 minute rating. Madeira embroideries (T.D. 49988)?(1) With respect to the materials used, furnish: (a) country of production; (b) width of the material in the piece; (c) name of the manufacturer; (d) kind of material, indicating manufacturer's quality number; (e) landed cost of the material used in each item; (f) date of the order; (g) date of the invoice; (h) invoice unit value in the currency of the purchase; (i) discount from purchase price allowed, if any; (2) With respect to the finished embroidered articles, furnish: (a) manufacturers's name, design number, and quality number; (b) importer's design number, if any; (c) finished size; (d) number of embroidery points per unit of quantity; (e) total for overhead and profit added in arriving at the price or value of the merchandise covered by the invoice. Motion-picture films?(1) Statement of footage, title, and subject matter of each film; (2) Declaration of shipper, cameraman, or other person with knowledge of the facts identifying the films with the invoice and stating that the basic films were to the best of his knowledge and belief exposed abroad and returned for use as newsreel; (3) Declaration of importer that he believes the films entered by him are the ones covered by the preceding declaration and that the films are intended for use as newsreel. Paper classifiable in Chapter 48?Invoices covering paper shall contain the following information, or will be accompanied by specification sheets containing such information: (1) Weight of paper in grams per square meter; (2) Thickness, in micrometers (microns); (3) If imported in rectangular sheets, length and width of sheets, in cm; (4) if imported in strips, or rolls, the width, in cm. In the case of rolls, the diameter of rolls in cm; (5) Whether the paper is coated or impregnated, and with what materials; (6) Weight of coating, in grams per square meter; (7) Percentage by weight of the total fiber content consisting of wood fibers obtained by a mechanical process, chemical sulfate or soda process, chemical sulfite process, or semi-chemical process, as appropriate; (8) Commercial designation, as ?Writing?, ?Cover?, ?Drawing?, ?Bristol?, ?Newsprint?, etc.; (9) Ash content; (10) Color; (11) Glaze, or finish; (12) Mullen bursting strength, and Mullen index; (13) Stretch factor, in machine direction and in cross direction; (14) Tear and tensile readings; in machine direction, in cross direction, and in machine direction plus cross direction; (15) Identification of fibers as ?hardwood? where appropriate; (16) Crush resistance; (17) Brightness; (18) Smoothness; (19) If bleached, whether bleached uniformly throughout the mass; (20) Whether embossed, perforated, creped or crinkled. Plastic plates, sheets, film, foil and strip of headings 3920 and 3921?(1) Statement as to whether the plastic is cellular or noncellular; (2) Specification of the type of plastic; (3) Indication of whether or not flexible and whether combined with textile or other material. Printed matter classificable in Chapter 49?Printed matter entered in the following headings shall have, on or with the invoices covering such matter, the following information: (1) Heading 4901?(a) Whether the books are: dictionaries, encyclopedias, textbooks, bound newspapers or journals or periodicals, directories, bibles or other prayer books, technical, scientific or professional books, art or pictorial books, or ?other? books; (b) if ?other? books, whether hardbound or paperbound; (c) if ?other? books, paperbound, other than ?rack size?: number of pages (excluding covers). (2) Heading 4902?(a) Whether the journal or periodical appears at least four times a week. If the journal or periodical appears other than at least four times a week, whether it is a newspaper supplement printed by a gravure process, is it a newspaper, business or professional journal or periodical, or other than these; (3) Heading 4904?Whether the printed or manuscript music is sheet music, not bound (except by stapling or folding); (4) Heading 4905?(a) Whether globes or not; (b) if not globes, whether in book form or not; (c) in any case, whether or not in relief; (5) Heading 4908?Whether or not vitrifiable; (6) Heading 4904?Whether post cards, greeting cards, or other; (7) Heading 4910?(a) Whether or not printed on paper by a lithographic process; (b) if printed on paper by a lithographic process, the thickness of the paper, in mm; (8) Subheading 4911.91?(a) Whether or not printed over 20 years at time of importation; (b) if printed not over 20 years at time of importation, whether suitable for use in the production of articles of heading 4901; (c) if not printed over 20 years at time of importation, and not suitable for use in the production of articles of heading 4901, whether the merchandise is lithographs on paper or paperboard; (d) if lithographs on paper or paperboard, under the terms of the immediately preceding description, thickness of the paper or paperboard, and whether or not posters; (e) in any case, whether or not posters; (f) in any case, whether or not photographic negatives or positives on transparent bases; (g) Subheading 4911.99?If not carnets, or parts thereof, in English or French, whether or not printed on paper in whole or in part by a lithographic process. Pulp classifiable in Chapter 47?(1) Invoices covering chemical woodpulp, dissolving grades, in Heading 4702 shall state the insoluble fraction (as a percentage) after 1 hour in a caustic soda solution containing 18% sodium hydroxide (NaOH) at 20 ?C; (2) Subheading 4702.00.0020?Pulp entered under this subheading shall in addition contain on or with the invoice the ash content as a percentage to the third decimal point, by weight. Refrigeration equipment?(1) Refrigerator-freezers classifiable under subheading 8418.10.00 and (2) refrigerators classifiable under subheading 8418.21.00?(a) Statement as to whether they are compression or absorption type; (b) Statement of their refrigerated volume in liters. (3) Freezers classifiable under subheading 8418.30.00 and 8418.40.00?Statement as to whether they are chest or upright type. (4) Liquid chilling refrigerating units classifiable under subheadings 8418.69.0045 through 8418.69.0060?Statement as to whether they are centrifugal open-type, centrifugal hermetic-type, absorption-type or reciprocating type. Rolling mills?Subheadings 8455.30.0005 through 8455.30.0085. Rolls for rolling mills: Indicate the composition of the roll?gray iron, cast steel or other?and the weight of each roll. Rubber products of Chapter 40?(1) Statement as to whether combined with textile or other material; (2) Statement whether the rubber is cellular or noncellular, unvulcanized or vulcanized, and if vulcanized, whether hard rubber or other than hard rubber. Screenings or scalpings of grains or seeds (T.D. 51096)?(1) Whether the commodity is the product of a screening process; (2) If so, whether any cultivated grains have been added to such commodity; (3) If any such grains have been added, the kind and percentage of each. Textile fiber products (T.D. 55095)?(1) The constituent fiber or combination of fibers in the textile fiber product, designating with equal prominence each natural or manufactured fiber in the textile fiber product by its generic name in the order of predominance by the weight thereof if the weight of such fiber is 5 per centum or more of the total fiber weight of the product; (2) The percentage of each fiber present, by weight, in the total fiber content of the textile fiber product; (3) The name, or other identification issued and registered by the Federal Trade Commission, of the manufacturer of the product or one or more persons subject to ? 3 of the Textile Fiber Products Identification Act (15 U.S.C. 70a) with respect to such product; (4) The name of the country where processed or manufactured. See also ?Wearing Apparel? below. Tires and tubes for tires, of rubber or plastics?(1) Specify the kind of vehicle for which the tire is intended, i.e., airplane, bicycle, passenger car, on-the-highway light or heavy truck or bus, motorcycle; (2) If designed for tractors provided for in subheading 8701.90.10 or for agricultural or horticultural machinery or implements provided for in Chapter 84 or in subheading 8716.80.10, designate whether the tire is new, recapped, or used; pneumatic or solid; (3) Indicate whether the tube is designed for tires provided for in subheading 4011.91.10, 4011.99.10, 4012.10.20, or 4012.20.20. Tobacco (including tobacco in its natural state) (T.D. 44854, 45871)?(1) Specify in detail the character of the tobacco in each bale by giving (a) country and province of origin, (b) year of production, (c) grade or grades in each bale, (d) number of carrots or pounds of each grade if more than one grade is packed in a bale, (e) the time when, place where, and person from whom purchased, (f) price paid or to be paid for each bale or package, or price for the vega or lot if purchased in bulk, or if obtained otherwise than by purchase, state the actual market value per bale; (2) If an invoice covers or includes bales of tobacco which are part of a vega or lot purchased in bulk, the invoice must contain or be accompanied by a full description of the vega or lot purchased; or if such description has been furnished with a previous importation, the date and identity of such shipment; (3) Packages or bales containing only filler leaf shall be invoiced as filler; when containing filler and wrapper but not more than 35 percent of wrapper, they shall be invoiced as mixed; and when containing more than 35 percent of wrapper, they shall be invoiced as wrapper. Watches and watch movements classifiable in Chapter 91 of the HTSUS?For all commercial shipments of such articles, there shall be required to be shown on the invoice, or on a separate sheet attached to and constituting a part of the invoice, such information as will reflect with respect to each group, type, or model, the following: (A) For watches, a thorough description of the composition of the watch cases, the bracelets, bands or straps; the commercial description (ebauche caliber number, ligne size and number of jewels) of the movements contained in the watches; and the type of battery (manufacturer's name and reference number), if the watch is battery-operated; (B) For watch movements, the commercial description (ebauche caliber number, ligne size and number of jewels). If battery-operated, the type of battery (manufacturer's name and reference number); (C) The name of the manufacturer of the exported watch movements and the name of the country in which the movements were manufactured. Wearing apparel?(1) All invoices for textile wearing apparel should indicate a component material breakdown in percentages by weight for all component fibers present in the entire garment, as well as separate breakdowns of the fibers in the (outer) shell (exclusive of linings, cuffs, waistbands, collars and other trimmings) and in the lining. (2) For garments which are constructed of more than one component or material (combinations of knit and not knit fabric or combinations of knit and/or not knit fabric with leather, fur, plastic including vinyl, etc.), the invoice must show a fiber breakdown in percentages by weight for each separate textile material in the garment and a breakdown in percentages by weight for each nontextile material for the entire garment; (3) For woven garments?Indicate whether the fabric is yarn dyed and whether there are ?two or more colors in the warp and/or filling?; (4) For all-white T-shirts and singlets?Indicate whether or not the garment contains pockets, trim, or embroidery; (5) For mufflers?State the exact dimensions (length and width) of the merchandise. Wood products?(1) Wood sawn or chipped lengthwise, sliced or peeled, whether or not planed, sanded or finger-jointed, of a thickness exceeding 6 mm (lumber), classifiable under Chapter 44, heading 4407, HTSUS, and wood continuously shaped along any of its edges or faces, whether or not planed, sanded or finger-jointed: Coniferous: Subheading 4409.10.90 and Nonconiferous: Subheading 4409.20.90, HTSUS, and dutiable on the basis of cubic meters? Quantity in cubic meters (m) before dressing; (2) Fiberboard of wood or other ligneous materials whether or not bonded with resins or other organic substances, under Chapter 44, Heading 4411, HTSUS, and classifiable according to its density?Density in grams per cubic centimeter (cm); (3) Plywood consisting solely of sheets of wood, classifiable under Chapter 44, Subheading 4412.11, 4412.12, and 4412.19, HTSUS, and classifiable according to the thickness of the wood sheets?Thickness of each ply in millimeter (mm). Wool and hair?See ? 151.62 of this chapter for additional information required on invoices. Wool products, except carpets, rugs, mats, and upholsteries, and wool products made more than 20 years before importation (T.D. 50388, 51019)?(1) The percentage of the total fiber weight of the wool product, exclusive of ornamentation not exceeding 5 per centum of said total fiber weight, of (a) wool; (b) reprocessed wool; (c) reused wool; (d) each fiber other than wool if said percentage by weight of such fiber is 5 per centum or more; and (e) the aggregate of all other fibers; (2) the maximum percentage of the total weight of the wool product, of any nonfibrous loading, filling, or adulterating matter; and (3) the name of the manufacturer of the wool product, except when such product consists of mixed wastes, residues, and similar merchandise obtained from several suppliers or unknown sources. Woven fabric of man-made fibers in headings 5407, 5408, 5512, 5513, 5514, 5515, 5516? (1) State the exact width of the fabric; (2) Provide a detailed description of the merchandise, (trade name, if any); (3) Indicate whether bleached, unbleached, dyed, of yarns of different colors and/or printed; (4) If composed of more than one material, list percentage by weight in each; (5) Identify the man-made fibers as artificial or synthetic, filament or staple, and state whether the yarns are high tenacity. Specify the number of turns per meter in each yarn; (6) Specify yarn sizes in warp and filling; (7) Specify how the fabric is woven (plain weave, twill, sateen, dobby, jacquard, swivel, lappet, etc.); (8) Indicate the number of single threads per square centimeter in both warp and filling; (9) Supply the weight per square meter in grams; (10) Provide the average yarn number using this formula: EC14NO91.157 (11) For spun yarns, specify whether combed or carded. (12) For filament yarns, specify whether textured or not textured. Yarns?(1) All yarn invoices should show: (a) Fiber content by weight; (b) whether single or plied; (c) whether or not put up for retail sale (See Section XI, Note 4, HTSUS); (d) whether or not intended for use as sewing thread; (2) If chief weight of silk?show whether spun or filament; (3) If chief weight of cotton?show: (a) Whether combed or uncombed (b) Metric number (mn) (c) Whether bleached and/or mercerized; (4) If chief weight of man-made fiber?show: (a) Whether filament, or spun, or a combination of filament and spun (b) If a combination of filament and spun?give percentage of filament and spun by weight. (5) If chief weight of filament man-made fiber?show: (a) Whether high tenacity (See Section XI, note 6 HTSUS). (b) Whether monofilament, multifilament or strip (c) Whether texturized (d) Yarn number in decitex (e) Number of turns per meter (f) For monofilaments?show cross sectional dimension in millimeters (g) For strips?show the width of the strip in millimeters (measure in folded or twisted condition if so imported). [T.D. 73-175, 38 FR 17447, July 2, 1973] Editorial Note: For Federal Register citations affecting ? 141.89, see the List of CFR Sections Affected, which appears in the Finding Aids section of the printed volume and at www.fdsys.gov.