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United States


Foreign Trade


U.S. DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE
John T. Connor, Secretary


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BUREAU OF THE CENSUS
A. Rom Eckdr, Directm


SUMMARY REPORT FOR RELEASE
SFRT 985 JANUARY-DECEMBER 1964 F October 9, 1965


WATERBORNE FOREIGN TRAD TISTICS

-i sNOV 1965 =S
This report presents statistical year figures on total shipment fo eign countries an de export ship-
U.S. waterborne inbound and outbound shipments made in ments to civilian governor r encies and non-
foreign trade, with the exception of such elements as are Department 'Iense control f eign aid program
specified below. Statistical year figures represent the shipments a des cd cluded from these
aggregate of transactions processed during the twelve figures are sh een to the a. rmed forces abroad
monthly statistical periods January-December including of supplies and e te n i eir own use as well as
some shipments unladen from and ladenon vesselsduring the other types of shipments described below for which
the latter part of the previous year and omitting some late information is shown in separate columns in table 1.
shipments made during the current year for which in-
formation was not received in time to be included in the Department of Defense controlled and "Special
statistical year figures. Calendar year figures represent Category" figures, shown in columns 7 and 12 of table 1
shipments unladen from and laden on vessels arrivingor and in tables 5 and 6 of this report cover consolidated
departing during the interval January 1 to December 31 data for the following types of shipments:
(excluding late transactions from the previous year which
are included in the statistical year figures and including 1. Vessel export shipments of Department of Defense
late transactions made during the current year which are controlled cargo under special foreign aid programs
excluded from the statistical year figures). Both calendar such as Department of Defense Military Assistance
and statistical year issues of Report FT 985 were pub- Program-Grant-Aid, etc., shipped on commercial or
lished for the years 1952 through 1960; however, the military vessels (vessels owned and operated by De-
calendar year publication was discontinued after the 1960 apartment of Defense).
release. For a fuller explanation of the differences
between statistical and calendar year figures see the July 2. Vessel export shipments of "Special Category"
1952 issue of Foreign Trade Statistics Notes. commodities not controlled by the Department of
Defense for whichdetailed information cannot be shown
Effective January 1963 the statistics presented in the separately because of security reasons. For an ex-
monthly issues of this report on waterborne exports of planation and list of "Special Category" commod-
domestic and foreign merchandise and non-Department of cities and their presentation in foreign trade statistics.
Defense shipments of "Special Category" commodities see January 1961 issue of FT 410 and calendar year
excluded shipments to Canada individually valued at less 1960 issue of FT 985.
than $2,000 and shipments to other countries valued at less
than $500. The import data excludeonly those shipments Only shipping weight data in terms of U.S. port or
where the value is less than $100. coastal district of lading are shown for these classes of
shipments since information on the dollar value of exports
In order to provide users of the vessel statistics with of Department of Defense controlled cargo is not available
a series of comparable annual data on a statistical year at this level of detail. Consequently, the total value fig-
basis, this report shows, in addition to the detail for the ures shown in columns 15 and 18 of table I for dry cargo
fully compiled shipments (comparable to the monthly and tanker shipments in that order correspond to the
data), total figures (combining sample estimates of the shipping weight figures shown in columns 4 and 9. re-
low-value export shipments with the complete coverage spectively, of the same table.
segments) on a U.S. port level and trade area level. The
total figures which include the estimates for exports are Vessel import figures, shown in columns 3. 6.10. and
comparable to the data shown in prior years' annual 13 of table 2 and in table 4 of this report. are general
reports. The statistics on low-value export shipments of imports and represent the total of imports for immediate
domestic and foreign merchandise are estimated on the consumption plus entries into customs bonded storage
basis of a 10-percent sample of such shipments. These and manufacturing warehouses made at the U.S. Customs
low-value export shipments account for about one-halfof area from foreign countries. Vessel import figures ex-
1 percent of the total shipping weight and approximately clude American goods returned by the U.S. armed forces
2 percent of the total value. for their own use, import shipments on Army or Navy
transports, and shipments covered by informal entries.
Vessel export figures in this report, shown in columns
5, 10, 16, and 19 of table 1 and in table 3, represent ex- The following types of shipments are excluded from
ports of domestic and foreign merchandise laden at the both the vessel export and import data: (1) All ship-
U.S. Customs area (United States and Puerto Rico) for ments of under $100 in value. regardless of shipping

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weight; (2) shipments of household and personal effects;
(3) shipments by mail and parcel post; and (4) ship-
ments of vessels under their own power and afloat.
Trade between the United States and its possessions and
trade between the possessions are not reported as U.S.
exports and imports.

Merchandise shipped in bond through the United States
in transit from one foreign country to another without
having been entered as an import Is not included in any
of the figures in the columns previously referred to
(imported merchandise cleared through customs and
subsequently re-exported is included in both the import
and export statistics). Separate information for the
waterborne portion of the in-transit trade in terms of
shipping weight and dollar value is presented in this
report in tables 1 and 2. Columns 6. 11. 17 and 20 of
table I reflect in-transit merchandise laden aboard
vessels at U.S. ports, while columns 4. 7, 11 and 14 of
table 2 reflect such merchandise unladen from vessels.
The waterborne outbound and inbound in-transit statistics
include: (1) foreign merchandise transferred from one
vessel to another in the U.S. port of arrival and shipped
to a foreign country without being released fromcustoms
custody in the United States; and (2) foreign merchandise
arriving by vessel at one U.S. port, shipped through
the United States under customs bond, and leaving the
United States by vessel from a port other than that at
which it arrived. In addition, the waterborne outbound
in-transit statistics also include (1) foreign merchandise
withdrawn from a general order warehouse for immediate
export by vessel or for transportation and export by
vessel (such merchandise was not recorded as an import
when it entered the warehouse), and (2) foreign mer-
chandise shipped by vessel from a U.S. Foreign Trade
Zone to a foreign country (such merchandise is deposited
in the Foreign Trade Zone without being entered as an
import). Any inbound or outbound in-transit merchandise
moving by methods of transportation other than vessel is
excluded from the in-transit statistics. Thus, in-transit
merchandise arriving in the United States by vessel and
leaving by some other method of transportation is included
in the inbound data only. On the other hand, in-transit
merchandise arriving by other than waterborne trans-
portation and laden aboard vessels upon departure is in-
cluded in the outbound statistics but not in the inbound
data. The inbound and outbound segments, therefore, do
not counter balance one another and are complementary
only insofar as they involve merchandise carried by
vessels to and from the United States. For a more
detailed discussion of the in-transit trade statistics and
the types of shipments excluded from these data see the
February 1953 issue of the Foreign Trade Statistics
Notes.

All types of outbound vessel shipments in tables 1 and
5 are credited to the coastal districts, customs districts,


and ports at which the merchandise was laden. All types
of inbound vessel shipments in table 2 are credited to
the coastal districts, customs districts, and ports at
which merchandise was unladen. In the case of vessel
general imports this is not necessarily the same as the
customs district in which the goods were entered into
warehouse or entered for immediate consumption.

Vessel exports in tables 3 and 6 are credited to the
foreign trade areas at which the merchandise was unladen.
Vessel imports in table 4 are credited to the foreign trade
areas at which the merchandise was laden aboard the
vessels carrying the cargo to the United States. The
countries of destination or origin of merchandise are
not necessarily located within the trade areas to which
the merchandise is shipped or from which it is received.
Detailed definitions of foreign trade areas in terms of
the countries and ports included in each are contained
in Schedule R, Code Classification and Definition of
Foreign Trade Areas.


Shipping weight figures represent the gross weight
of shipments, including the weight of containers, wrapp-
ings, crates and moisture content. Vessel export values
represent the values at time and place of export. They
are based on the selling price (or on the cost if not sold)
and include inland freight, insurance and other charges
to place of export. Transportation another costs beyond
the U.S. port of exportation are excluded. Vessel import
values, as well as the values for in-transit shipments,
are generally based on the market or selling price and
are in general f.o.b. the exporting country. Since in-
transit merchandise is not subject to the imposition of
import duties at the United States, the valuation reported
for such shipments is not verified by customs to the
extent applicable in the case of import entries and may
in some cases include transportation costs and insurance
to the United States as well as other cost elements.


Vessel shipments in tables 1 and 2 are classified as
dry cargo or tanker shipments solely on the basis of the
type of vessel used without regard to the cargo carried.
Tanker vessels are those primarily designed for the
carriage of liquid cargoes in bulk. while all others are
classified as dry cargo vessels. A further segregation
of dry cargo vessel shipments is provided in tables 3 to
6 on the basis of type of service, i.e., liner (berth) or
irregular (tramp). Liner service is that type of service
offered by a regular line operator of dry cargo vessels
on berth. The itineraries and sailing schedules of such
vessels are predetermined and fixed. Irregular or tramp
service is that type of service afforded by dry cargo
vessels which are chartered or otherwise hired for the
carriage of goods on special voyages. Vessels in this
type of service are not on berth and their sailing
schedules are not predetermined or fixed.


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ANNOUNCEMENTS AND SPECIAL NOTICES

Shipments of Grains on Tanker Vessels

In compiling the U.S. waterborne foreign trade statistics, merchandise imported or exported on dry
cargo (liner and irregular service) vessels and tanker vessels is shown separately. This distinction
between dry cargo and tanker shipments is based solely on the type of vessel used without regard to the
cargo carried.

Although tanker vessels are those primarily designed for the carriage of liquid cargo in bulk, an
examination of the U.S. waterborne foreign trade statistics revealed that a number of tanker vessels are
departing from the United States with shipments of grain, which is usually carried on dry cargo vessels.
Information on the amount of grain exported on tanker vessels during 1964 by port of lading is shown in
the following table:

DOLLAR VALUE AND SHIPPING WEIGHT OF GRAINS EXPORTED ON TANKER VESSELS.
BY U.S PORT OF LADING. JANUARY TO DECEMBER 1964


U.S port of lading Value shippingg weight
(dollars) (pounds)


Total............................................ 379,259,688 12,931,853,100

Boston, Mass........................................... 1,008,900 34,200,000
New York, N.Y.......................................... 807,480 26,916,000
Albany, N.Y............................................ 1,829,700 60,990,000
Phi adelphia, Pa....................................... 1,858,492 68,824,200
Baltimore, fMd.......................................... 1,118,704 37,290,120
Norfolk, Va......................... ................. 9,689,461 322,885,400

Mobile, Ala............................................. 6,063,238 146,177,930
Pascagoula, Miss ................................... 16,451,147 545,131,020
New Orleans, La ....................................... 52,148,550 1,813,535,076
Baton Rouge, La......................................... 41,942,548 1,420,630,157
Other ports in New Orleans Customs District ............ 74,574,013 2,426,978,450
Port Arthur, Tex....................................... 31,716,204 1,087,625,940
Beaumont, Tex.......................................... 5,781,346 199,262,826
Galveston, Tex............................................. 14,544,713 486,157,285
Houston, Tex........................................... 58,8b0,910 2,100,909,291
Corpus Christi, Tex ................................... 23,579,004 878,926,342

Stock-ton, Calif....................................... 2,147,162 80,283,839
Portland, Oreg............................. ...... ........ 6,105,275 210,10ij0,C000
Longview, Wash........................................ 3,288,420 114,800,000
Vancouver, Wash........................................ 1,669,700 57,120,000
Other ports in Oregon Customs District ................. 2,574,104 90,003,200
Seattle, Wash .............. ............... ......... 2,479,025 87,393,830
Tacoma, Wash................................... ............. 3,634,644 128,928,000

Duluth, Minn ........................................... 5,542,806 199,409,501
Superior, Wis......................................... 8,640,495 279,152,343
Toledo, Ohio.......................................... 1,203,647 28,322,350

Monthly totals and port of lading by country of destination detail will be made available upon request to
the Foreign Trade Division, Bureau of the Census, Wa3hinriton, D.C. 20233.





















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Table T-SHIPPING WEIGHT AND VALUE OF U.S. WATERBORNE EXPORTS OF DOMESTIC AND FOREIGN MERCHANDISE, OUTBOUND IN-TRANSIT MERCHANDISE AND SHIPMENTS OF DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE CONTROLLED CARGO AND 'SPECIAL CATEGORY" NON.-
DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE CONTROLLED CARGO, ON DRY CARGO AND TANKER VESSEL 5S BY CUSTOMS DISTRICT T AND PORT OF LADING Con,.n.ed
(5.e headtnolt ar bpgirxringr of tblelt

Shipping weight (In millions of pounds) Value (In millions of dollars)

Fully compiled shipments Fully compiled shipments'

Dry cargo Tanker Dry cargo Tanker

Donestic foreign and Dep Domeshi foreign anid Dept
in Irans11 C0io CO in iiansI t cargo Of
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forig transit ,ai foreign trans I cial (w_ lor.
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174.9
3,508.7
l,c3.'.6
O,lD4.0
12,038.1

3,- 3. 1
3-.1
147,6
147.6

20,485.2

889.6
9,370.7
3,047.6

6,268.1


31.:.
1,217.9
;,L*a.'.3
1, i21. 1
644.9
239.1
6.0
771.7


2.4
0,4
1.8
0.1
0.1


195.8

0.5
0.2
0.3

(2)
37.3
37.1
(2)
0.2
119.7
119.7
(2)




22.9

(2)
22.9
(2)
14.9
0.8
13.9

0.2

0.6
0.6

184.6

0.2
31.3
6.2

25.1

153.1

20.6
5.5
98.0
(2)
2.1


76,6
20.1
1.1

55.3


23,540.1

35.0
2.3
10.5

22.2
882.5
159.4

723.1
9,681.0
3,355.7
J, : ..0




3,965.4
2,223.2

1,389.9
352.2
P.8

i"-9.5
W-It'. 3

1,325.3
734.1
4.2
4.2

7,422.7

2.7
5,973.9
3, fl. .'
I -3.,
2,144.0
594.6
1,446.1

(2)
80.3
3.17
822.3
63.7
76.4


76.6
20.1
1.1

55.3


23,205.8

35.0
2.3
10.5

22.2
882.5
159.4

723.1
9,674.2

1, 320.*
221.6



3,915.6
2,204.3

1,359.1
352.2
8,!'-*. 3
*?-.4
5,186.0
949.53
1,270.2
713.8
4.2
4.2

7,399.3

2.7
5,950.5
3,051.4
184.0


1,446.1


80.3
3.7
822.3
63.7
76.4


76.6
20.1
1.1

55.3


23,198.1

35.0
2.3
10.5

22.2
882.5
159.4

723.1
9,674.2
3, 3.0.41
3,KC0.0
221.6



3,915.6
2,204.3

1,359.1
352.2
8,686.6
574.9
5,178.1
9"'s.5
1,270.2
713.8
4.2
4.2

7,395.7

2.7
5.1..1.u -
i,u-.'.8
184.0
2, 120.

1,446.1



3.7
822.3
63.7
76.4


7.7






















7.7

7.7


-
- ;















3.6


3.6
3.6

(2)


191.4
54.1
96.8
13.6
21.9
0.7

5,266.1

175.2
111.9
18.4
5.2
36.6
326.0
177.3
10.9
137.5
2,369.4
1,646.8
302.4
13.8
3. :,


461.0
193.7
13.6
136.1
117.5
1,867.8
405.6
1,123.7
102.7
175,7
59,7
63.2
63.2

1,402.8

49.3
569.2
313.6
1.3
246.9
3.1
784.4
13.2
412.4
86.9
144.7
40.9
41.3
0.9
4.1


171.7
52.3
81.9
12.6
19.8
0.7

5,234.5

174.0
110.8

5.2
36.6
325.1
176.5
10.9
137.5

2, r.

13.8
3.6
(2)

460.3
193.2
13.6
135.9
117.5
i,,58.3
-',.-
1,115.7
102.3
175,5
59,7
63.1
63.1

1,371.1

49.2
561.3
309.8
1.3
244.9
3.1
760.7
13.1
396.7
86.2
140.8
40.6
38.3
0.9
4.1


169.6
51,1
81.8
12.6
19.0
0.7

4,378.8

172.2
110.5
18.0
5.2
35.4
301.0
170.1
10.9
119.9
1,998.9
1,462.8
217.1
11.7
3.6
(2)

345.6
123.4
13.6
102.6
105.9
1,494,6
387.6
927.7
39.0
137.9
2.2
62.9
62.9

1,293.5

49,2
510.0
283.3

224.5

734.4
13.1
396.7
84.1
140.3
25.4
33.6
0.2
4.1


165.4

79.


0.7

4,320.8

1 -'.*. .
110.3

5.2
35.4
299.8
170.0
9.9
119.9
1,986.3



3.6
(2)

345.5
123.4
13.6
102.6
105.8
1,486.5
387.0
921.1
39.0
137.1
2.2
27.1
27.1

1,268.4

49.1
494.0
276.8

215.0

725.4
13.1
388.7
84.0
140.1
25.4
33.0
0.2
4.1


2.1
1.2
0.1

0.8


855.7

1.8
0.3
0.4

1.2
24.1
6.4

17.6
350.6
164.6
85.0
2.1



114.7
69.8

33.3
11.6
364.3
17.8
188.0
63.3
37.6
57.5
0.2
0.2

77.6

(2)
51.3
26.5
1.3
20.4
3.1
26.3


2.1
0.5
15.2
4.7
0.7


2.1
1.2
0.1

0.8


855.1

1.8
0.3
0.4

1.2
24.1
6.4

17.6
350.6
164.6
85.0
2.1



114.7
69.8

33.3
11.6
363.7
17.8
187.4
63.3
37.6
57.5
0.2
0.2

77.6

(2)
51,3
26.5
1.3
20.4
3.1
26.3


2.1
0.5
15.2
4.7
0.7


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Tble I.-SIPPING WE IGHT AND VALUE OF U WATERBORNE EXPORTS OF DOMESTIC AND FOREIGN MERCHANDISE. OUTBOUND IN.TRMANST MERCHANDISE. AND SHIPMENTS OF DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE CONTROLLED CARCG 0A 'SPECIAL CATEtGOR O
DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE CONTROLLED CARGO, ON DRY CARGO AND TANKER VESSELS, 8Y CUSTOMS DISTRICT AND PORT OF LADING--C~O.nl
'See hsns.r.ote at baglnrinrg f Libl.D
r ~~~-- -----4 ----- -- ------ -


Cuslon d~,Ir.ier d Do i


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Amcorte. .... ..


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Qgdenbiurg., .. .... ......
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Ol g.r N 1. .. .. .... .......
Roch u, r, N ... ..... .. ...
Sodui P:Lnt. I...I....... ....
Su tlo. ..... ..... ........
f lo, N. .... ...... ...
lutli and Saipertl ... ........
I luul. M.in.... ...... ........
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Super W ,-..... ..........

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See rootnote aIt end of tabLe.


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'101
l~r1l 3l


," l

491.9


211



445.9
106.
277.5

4*,



9.4


1,649.8







3.2



6.5
1.


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3..





32.2

51B.0
102.,
Is 6
128.b




238.3


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3,6

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1 .3
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8.,
9.0
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2.7
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1.7

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0.8
3.1


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43.2 n 2.4

25.2 *25.

266. 2t.4



136.1 132.9
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1. 1.2

l.,1. 1,0 t

2. 1.7





0.9 1 0,6

I .- M .
S.5 1.2
90 9.o

5. .*4



1.3 1.3





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: 10.2

1L..-. 143.4
897.'
1.1 3,9
2..s 36.0
.2 12,9

3.' l.'
L.." .
:.( ;.


tgsai
2,2
'5,9
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74.7
10.*
15,0
13,3
i.i

1,2.
i.9
ii,7
Ia.



UI.




2,7
2,7
1.4
lP.





0.6
62.
9.



13.0

1.3

69.7

116.9


68,2
10,2



140,9
67.1
3,7
36.0
3*.




i.8


0.1



1.6
127
12

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12)


"3,


2,6
2.4
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A


Gand
tOalli


Sipping weL gII (I millhonsf pounds)


Fully mailed Ushpml


O Dr cmp Tntr


Gand


Domlesl loirelp and
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Ory Car l
laota



dii


I 11 121


hwe%
Il annd
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lolal


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DomesIl foIeiip and
in Ii.anS.l Ldigp
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total


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Dane~l


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181 I 191


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60,967.2

2,2.
22. 2



3,312.7
62.3
581.1.










2,668,9
169.3
1613.3
1,*680.B
3,l).]
131.




1,968.



80.2





U2.6

1,3.3
1680.23
31,2.9.3


.1 'L.d

13,53$.3
1,020.8

b,57tl.o
b, 5'1i. '

t, )3'..

*.")s.I
.113..1


349.7
.37i.1


632.9
540.2
34.
252.1
141.3

60,847.8

22.2
12.2



t3.]
62.1
381.5
2,668.9
163.2
Lb3.2
15.6M0.8
3,4*".]
321.1

5,647,2

1,'.'3. 1
1,1 2.)
0.3
188.'
100.0

5,692.9
180.7

672.1
3.2.9

1 32.5
1,L3L.5
1,,23A. 3


20. 32'-. 1

13.3,3.-
1,0. .8
1,036.?
6.361.7

l,288.,

7,20.7

I,068?..
S3"1. l
315.i
632.9
540,2
346.
242.7
141,3

58,998.0

22.2
22.2




571..5

2,668.9
156.7
156. 7
1.4,942.9
3,16,.0
321. L



1,."10.9
1,U.2.9
0.3
L18.7
67.8

5, 1". 9
). 3




1,11.5
996.0


2-. ." )..

U., .'L.
1 ,03..
t1, l'..
;,666.8


7,186.0
1,9 5."
2 ,06' .
930.1
.345.5
625.8
538.9
34.5
241.3
136.6

I8,948.68

22.2
22,2



3. 307. 5
,0.1
751.



1. 5
2,668.9
156.5
136.3

1. 929.9
3,16t..O
321.1

3,3,3,3


1,151.4




5,166.3
869.7
80.2
343.5
LU.: 5


213.. 5
1,996.0
996.0


1J6.6



2.3
4.4
1.9
(2)

94.7
68.2
3.9
7.0

7.1
1.3

l.4
4.7

49.2











0.2
0.2







1.6



0.1

8.6
8.6


20,199.,

133.011.2.
1,0 12W'.8
1.'13..'.
b, L6-...
,666.td
1,288.6

7,178.2
1.917.5

930.1
345.5
625.8
538.4
34,
241.3
136.6

58,90. 1

22.2
22.2



3,.X?7.
S1'. I
381.5
2,668.9
136.5






5,553.3

1,409.3-

0.3

67.7

512.5

"7.7

4Q2.9

LJ2. 5
1, 19.S
996.0


491.9


216.
970.0
0.6

458.8
119.4
277.5

4,2



9.'


1,849.8






3.2
5.2
.



6.5
6.3
7'10 4



32. 2
3151.3




32.2





518.0
102.'.
La-
I28.6




238.


491.9


*it..
'0. 0


46,86
107W.4
277.5

4.2







1,849.8






5.2
5.2




6.3


60. 9


293.1

32.2



'. 2
321.3


102.,.

128.6




238.3


~


1


r


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I




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Toble .-S IPP NG WEIGHT AND VALUE OF U.S. WATERBORNE EXPORTS OF DOMESTIC AND FOREIGN MERCHANDISE OUTBOUND IN TRANSIT MERCHANDISE, AND SHIPMENTS OF DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE CONTROLLED CARGO AND "SPECIAL CATEGORY" NON-
DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE CONTROLLED CARGO ON DRY CARGO AND TANKER VESSELS BY CUSTOMS DISTRICT AND PORT OF LADING--Coan.nued
(See headnote at beginning of table)

Snlpping weiglh IIn millions of pound'. Va3ue lii million o Dor Idllain

Fullyy C~nledo d ShlDlTer t Fully conl.pid sRipments'

Ory carol Tanker Dry carol Tanker

DomesTic foreign ano DOe Dl Oomesc lore.pg and oDpt
Cusio distnrcib liport Ggnd in-.aiSui cargo Of in ansl cargo of Grand Domes- Doies
total* De- De, total r Grand tic
S Ocg fense Tanker ense Dry cargo and In Tankr and In-
tota O, Corp 1Domes Does- tral and total Wton trIasit total for transit
toTotal trnit r Total tic and trait e a r
torl cm It transit I Spe- elp air
tor Icial forig c~al
cate cates
golry" ry'
(1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) () (9) (10) (11) (12) (13) (14) (15) (16) (17) (18) (19) (20)

rat Lake Districts-Con.
.eo. ................. ........... .6,606.2 6,b02.9 e,25 6,252.8 6,252.8 (2) 0.8 349.3 349.3 349.3 311.9 311.2 285 .2 285.2 : 1 26.0 26.0
ic.ago ;. .. .. 6,b68.2 6,..4.9 6,1l.6.4 -,1.5.6 6,145.6 (2) 0.8 318,5 318.5 318.5 307.4 306.7 281.3 281.3 21 25.4 25.4
lEas C .! qc. rd.. .............. 122.- 122.9 92.1 92,1 92.1 30.8 30.8 30.8 3.8 3.8 3.2 3.2 0,6 0.6
a r), lna. .. 15.1 15.1 15.1 5.1 15.1 () 0.7 0.7 0.7 0.7 -
O1 .,............................. 27,969.6 27,Q30.3 27,742,6 27,704.3 27,703.6 0.7 38.3 187.7 187.7 187.7 273.7 273.0 268.6 268.5 ".1 4.4 4.4
Level ............................ 42.5 i20.8 382.9 377.8 377.8 (2) 5.1 37.9 37.9 37.9 38.0 37.7 36.0 36.0 I 7 1,7 1.7
*ledo-........................... l.. 306.1 14,288.2 1.,U 8. 1., 105.3 14,104.8 0.5 33.1 19.8 149.8 149.8 172.6 172.4 169.7 169.6 0.1 2.7 2.7
-Re, Pe .......................... 55.9 558.9 558.9 558.9 558.9 (8) -7.3 7.3 7.3 7.3 -
San,..ei. .. ..... .... 664.0 664.0 664.0 664.0 664.0 2.7 2.7 2.7 2.7 -
As,.'tL.. ............. .. ..... 6,186.6 6,178.8 6,178.8 7 t,18.8 6,178.7 0.1 () 32.5 32.4 32.4 .4 () -
.OOeB t......................... ,926.1 ,925.2 1,925.2 1,25.2 1,925.2 6.5 6.5 6.5 6.5 -
FIti .................. .... 1.. 2'. 2,710.. 2, '10.- 2,710.4 2,710.. 9.3 9.3 9.3 9.3 -
r.i .... 28.9 28.9 28.9 21.9 28.9 0.6 0.6 0.6 0.6
Icral............................ 1,076.6 1,076.6 1,076.6 1,076.6 1,076.6 4.1 4.1 4,1 4.1 -
Nerto Rio, avaii, ard
k Ditrio............. 2,054.7 2,038.4 1,164.4 1,164.1 1,161.1 3.0 0.3 874.0 874.0 873.4 0.6 90.1 88.0 77.8 77.3 0.5 10.2 10.2 (2)
Pureto .......................... 9.,.1 969.4 234.1 234,1 231.4 2.7 735,3 735.3 734.7 0.6 30.2 29.3 21.3 21.0 0.3 8.0 8.0 (Z)
5an, ........................... 145.1 145.1 66.6 66,6 66.6 78. 78.5 78.5 2.3 2.3 1.2 1.2 1.1 1.1
s.que...................... 62.8 62.8 3.4 3.4 3.4 () 59.4 59.4 59.4 0.9 0.9 0,2 0.2 (2) 0.7 0.7
Pan............................ 79.5 79.4 46.8 46,8 46.8 32.6 32.6 32.6 1.9 1.9 1.6 16 0.3 0.3
la "un........................ 367.1 362.4 111.5 111.5 108,8 2.7 250.9 250.9 250.3 0.6 20.2 19.3 16.8 16.5 0.3 2.5 2.5 (z)
~tI.............................. 380.6 369.9 231.2 230.9 230.6 0.3 0.3 138.7 138.7 138.7 27.5 26.3 24.1 23.9 0.2 2.2 2.2
l.................. ....... 356.2 346.5 207.8 207.5 207.2 0.3 0.3 138.7 138.7 138.7 24.8 23.7 21.5 21.3 0.2 2,2 2.2
s.............................. 700.0 699.1 699.1 699.1 699.1 32.4 32.4 32.4 32.4
,tkn......................... 109.3 109.2 109.2 109.2 109.2 3.4 3.4 3.4 3.4
hu1r11 .... .. 198.5 197.8 197.8 197.8 197.8 3.0 3.0 3.0 3.0
:lt.a. ....... ....... 333.6 333.6 333.6 333.6 333.6 23.2 23.2 23.2 23.2
r I .i e ess ta. 'jC.Oj.a p ondsi ; les than 50,000 dollars.
S'lr-r,- tase a cocale i overae of shlipent to Canada valued at $2,000 or more and shipments to other countries valued at $500 or more.
'i ;r. bed on a cai. average of hiip-e to to Caada valued at $2, rO or more, shipment to other countries valued at $500 or more and an estimate based on a ten percent example of the low-value shiaente. The chances
are ; .:. If 3 in the Lr rr. trht te t.plng err for the shipping weight figures wr n include estimated for the low-value shipments i less than 1 percent, or less than 50,000 pounds, unless otenrien noted. The sampling
Srr'. or toe Nvaue f figures ar i alude ettiaclte for th lo-vable shipments is lehe than 1 percent or less than $50,000 unless otherwise noted.
.- C'ra -. ., for value (oolu 13 and 14) are not strictly relative to the grand totals for shipping weight (olumins 1 and 2) due to the exclusion of value data for exports of Departent of Defense controlled oargo and
's .o A .as C t port tot als uld te added to Florida Gul Coast port totals to obtain total exports through the Custos Di trlct of Florida.
YThe aMpling rr-or is between 2 and 4 percent.


ii:::::.i:::. .. :: .. ::: ::: 'i. l -:: us a n- n---i-s ......... .. .



















Ta.bl 2.-SHIPPING WEIGHT AND VALUE OF U S WATERBOkNE GENERAL IMPORTS AND INBOUND IN-TRANSIT MERCHANDISE. ON DRY CARGO AND TANKER VESSELS, BY CUSTOMS DISTRICT AND PORT OF UNLOADING
01.1 Sr. g417n f"r l s'ttr districts t Vtiih al5er m ei vessel ahipBrnts. Ony those ports are shorn whvse cosbine export wad iport tounage erqt-ged 5 =alliom ps, or SEC per -rtE t--rt a *!t- 1 i e-r 1* 63. Cli*
4iotrrto tetalo ra for all port In the district including thIose nsot shown. Totals represent the ise of unoumi4ed 1506., 6ene Ym 8 v- eliigtly f(re' th.e o f s- adin *,a,7-.t


Shipping weight (In mIllkms of pounds) Value (In dllrs of

Dry cago Tanke Dry cap- Tane.


Dry cap General In, Tank Geneal In Dry cargo Geral 1i Tke
total total imports IartIsi total impol otl ItrOns tramr Iall I oRts Vl


1) (312) ) (4BI (5) (6) Q) 18) (91 (fit0, fitltb (2'

7 IIl al tWylr ctp:
nJr Dy-Dlert0 r l63.................. 44,442.0 197,892.5 16,71. 1,141.0 256,549.5 228,219.4 28,330.1 12,838.1 10,901.3 1,72.2 176.. W,9.. 1,3I... 1
Jr.rb *r 16................... .496,808.2 227,708,1 226,741.2 966.9 269,100.1 240,806.0 28,294.1 13,899.3 11,878. 11,7020 176.5 2,0 1,7. 281,*

9 n AtC t1i Cot I .trt .......... 290,067.8 93,623,0 94,967.0 656.0 194,444.8 166,13.0 28,20.8 8,41. 6,966.7 6,850.9 115.8 l, 24, 1,167.H 881.3

S N r ...................... 34,944.0 86,4 844,8 11,6 34,087.6 5,814.7 28,272.9 326.4 10.1 10.0 0.Z 3.1 33. 2.8.
r1 b*r................................ 3,501. 1.8 143.2 11.6 30,347.0 2,074.1 28,272.9 30.1 6.7 6.6 0.1 29.4 12.*
S7.3a7.9................................ 27. 0.2 0.2 2369 2369 1,4 ( () ..
P ,rHt, N H........................,, 1,8.8 361.9 361,9 906.9 906.9 5.9 0. 0.4 .
olcrsit, 4r6..........8................. ... 66 608.1 608.1 4.2 0.6 0.6 .- .,6
rr .. ........................... 1,808.2 136.9 136.9 1,671.3 1,671.3 11.5 0 O.
e *1.,29.................................. 1,342.9 3,394.0 3,380,6 13.4 10,948. 9 10,946.2 2.7 593.4 5175 515.6 1,9 69 65, (
...................................... 12,292.1 3,165.1 3,152.3 12.8 9,127.0 9,124.3 2.7 230.1 475.0 473.2 1.8 55.1 .1 (
la...i-ter.................................... 160.9 0.9 160.3 0.6 5- ..8 X.. .,7 1 -.1
Nfr 42rt6................................ .. 355.9 39.0 .09,0 316.9 316.9 5.7 3.8 3.8 1.9 1.9
.'11 v..r.r............................... 755.1 23.8 23.8 731.3 731.3 7.2 2.9 2,9 4.3 24.3
*l...................................... 773.7 773.7 773.7 4.6 4. 4.
S la....................................... 2,564.2 247.7 247.7 () 2,316.5 2,316.5 () 20. 6.9 6,9 (2) 13.6 13,6
Prt dl, .,................................... 2,057.0 218.6 218.6 (2) 1,838.4 1,838.4 (2) 16.5 3.8 5.8 (2) 10.7 10.7
.....i....5..... .......3............ ,132.0 982.8 982.8 (2) 4,149.2 4,149,2 46.4 0.7 2.7 ( 2) 2.7 27
arid4p4ort...t........................ .. 865.1 459.5 459.5 405.6 405.6 5.9 3.6 3.6 1.3 2.3
.Nw 6r..................................... 3,561.6 47.4 472.4 (Z) 3,089.2 3,089.2 33.2 14.4 14.4 2) 18. 18.
S ......................................... ......... ........ .4 1.0 10 6.4 654,4 72 2.7 2.7 4.5 4.
w .rk................. ..... .................. 86,54.7 20,139.1 19,638.3 300.8 66,408.6 66,403.1 5.5 5,127.7 4,659.1 4,551.0 108.1 4686 8.3 0
v rk..................................... 82,72.1 19,36.1 18,815.3 300.8 63,386.0 63,380.5 5.5 5,098.0 4,649,6 4,541.35 18.1 448.4 ..10,3
Alry.................................... 2,003.0 164.0 164.0 1,839.0 1,839.0 20.8 7.9 7.9 1,. 12.9
*llt.............................. ............ 96,829,1 36,911.1 36,858.3 52.8 59,918.0 59,908.4 9.6 1,224.2 774.0 771,7 2.13 40.2 450.1 01
Pol4.elyh ii, P............................... 3,425.6 16,755.2 16,702.4 52.8 18,670.4 18,60. (2) 787.0 645.4 643.1 2.3 141.* 6141.6
l ton, .............................. 12,229.0 1,220.2 1,220.2 11,008.8 11,008,8 1044 29. 29. 74.9 74.
S.J............................... 19,004.0 2.2 25.2 () 18,978,8 1,975.9 2.9 14.7 1.9 1.9 (2) 143.8 13.8
Cnlr, I.J,.................................. 2,431.1 1,060.7 1,060.6 0.1 1,370.4 1,363.7 6.7 34.4 23,5.2 25.2 (2) 9.2 9 (
'rn io6, N............................. .9,901.7 9,701.7 9,901,7 ( 79.0 79,0 7.0 (
tr/lnd.................. .................. 37,415.0 28,900.1 28,827.0 73.1 8,314.9 8,514.9 (736.1 60,8 6 7 2,1 33.3 33,3
3P6tt..................................... 36,124.0 28,80.4 28,797.3 73.1 7,253.6 7,253.6 () 722.2 67.2 673.1 2.1 7.0 7.0
inl;g ...... .......................... .... 12,292.8 4,191.9 4,187,6 4.3 8,100.9 8,100,9 350.6 297.4 29.2 1.2 33.2 3.2
'rt11'k....................................... ,911.3 2,035.5 2,032.S 3.0 3,87.8 3,87.8 -7. 2479 222.0 221.1 0.9 2.9 2.,
No ....rT w.............. ........... .... ,86.3 1,78.1 1,76.9 1.2 4,107.2 4,107.2 79.1 52.7 52.4 3 26,4 26.4
............ ................... ........ 157.9 106,2 106.2 (2) 17 51.7 5.3 4. 4. ( ) 0. 0.
MAl-xArel...................... .............. 285.9 285.9 285.9 18.0 18.0 18. -

S Alnti c t trt............ 21,674.4 9,318,7 9,312.1 6,6 12,355.7 12,355.7 71.6 615.7 613.9 1.8 85.9 83.9

i C.rolla................................... 1,775.6 713.7 713.3 0.4 1,061.9 1,061.9 67.0 6.8 6.6 0.2 1.2 1.2
.i.a. .to l........-.......... ..... .. .... 1,W3.8 694.0 693.6 0.4 909,8 909.8 64.5 55.7 3. 0.2 8.8 8,
M r 2d w................................ 171.8 19.7 19.7 152.1 12.1 2.5 1.1 1.1 1 1.4
.t rtll.................................. 3,473.9 1,43,4 1,442.6 0. 2,030.5 2.030,5 184.2 171.7 171. 02 12. 12
rr l r........ ........................ ..... 3,041.4 1,442 1,441.7 0.8 1,598.9 1,98.9 181.6 171.7 171. 0.2 9.9 99
.................................... 4 1.7 431.7 6 () () 2.4 2.6
orl .......,,..........,,,,.....,............. 4,890.3 3,040.9 3,040.4 O. 1,829.4 1,829.4 184 148.3 148.1 042 2,1 12.1
r .............. ...................... 991.7 972.2 972.2 ( ) 19.5 19. 2.8 1,6 1,6 () 1,2 1.2
ln anm.,,.,.,........ .. .................. 3,878,6 2,08.7 2,068.2 0. 1,099 1,809.9 -7.6 1467 16 02 10.9 10.9
TkrIt6........................................ 11,54.4 4,120.6 4,115.7 4.9 7,433.8 7,433.8 290.1 238.9 1237,7 1.2 51.2 '1!2
Jc "r.....................I.......I............ 892.8 470.6 468.7 1.9 422.2 422.2 76.9 73.7 72.8 0.9 3.2 3.2
Nr P Bach................................ 1,663.6 79.3 77.1 2.2 1,384.3 1,584.3 18.6 7.1 7.0 0.1 11.3 11.
irt ?verede.............................. 2,191.7 40.5 459.9 0.6 1,731.2 1,731.2 43.7 30.2 30.1 0.1 13. 13.
Brt Cavrl........... ................... 137.2 26.4 26.4 110.8 110.8 1.2 0.4 0.4 -08 .8

ll C D lolr....................... 64.668.2 52.996.8 52.839.9 156.9 11.671.4 11.669.6 1.8 1.637.9 1.5.7 1,322.3 25.4 90.2 90.1 0.1













Tolo b. -SHIPPING WEIGHT AND VALUE OF U.S. WATERBORNE GENERAL IMPORTS AND INBOUND IN.TR ANI T MERCHANDISE, ON D08 CARGC AND TANKER VESSFLS BY CUSTOMS DISTrICT AND PORT OFUNLADING-.Continued

(See I -e an.: at r.trlrJLrua of LtILrl


Shipping Peillgi in millions or pounoil Value Ion millions o01 olllrs

Drt cango Tlnkq Dry cargo TaIer

C tims dsridcl a prt Grar Grano
total Dri cago G ieral in T an e General In- lotal Dy C cafo Gerial In sanKer GCmei a In-
Iouli1 InmDrl15 Ilanl.1 IDal impOrt Iians.r o11al iri.or0s Iransil 11o1tal morls transit

(1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (1) (8) (9) (1) (11) (12) (13) (14)


lf Ciast Distl leta-Cc tinRaed

Fl -or '-Coie

rf-.. ..'....... .... ...... ....
:... *... ..... .. ... .. ..............
35:. 1.. .. ..... .... ......... ............
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Sre lt I 't of table.


81.3
I 1'.

I...L ...


23,343.1








.F, | L.
Ir'. ;l.r








Z.
338.2

2I .










23,9.6
14,554.2
142.3
7,872.7
4. 3
ia.'.;



















2,5886.
2.0
23,79.6









01.








72.7
1,23006.






366.4
188.9
280.
314,9
2B. f






118.9
454.4
3 ..'' ?
1 :' .2 ;
118.


78.5
14,195.1


77.8
20,832.9




0.1
(z)
356.0
4.8
0.1
25.4
325.8
:3."91.1
284. .
5,257.2
5.7
10,211.4
31.0
67.1
67.1

10,445.8

333.9
6,209.7
3,534. 5

2,675.3

1,4'2.



330.4
221.3
142.1

183.9

8,970.0


2.;. r
0.1

id".?
93.7
6,099.5



a)1 1
188.9
280.7
17.8
2.5

47,941.4

324.9
206.0

118.9


78.5

11. 32.2

77.8
2'.'Ji.-.

10,457.7
0.2

,).1

356.0
4.8
0.1
25,4
325.8
15,760.1
285.5

5."
10,190.3
31.0
48.2
48.2

10,377.6

317.3
.,., ..
3i. '1.

2,670.1

a. I

2,156.1
358.4
329.4
221.2
142.0

183.9

8,906.4


l .,
0.1
1,744.8
368.2
93.7
6,037.1
2.069.2
1,888.9
30.9

i350. 3
188.8
280.7
17.8
2.5

47,937.7

324.9
206.0

118.9


81.3
36,9
995.3
857.8

137.5
2,510.2
1,272.2
171.6




229.7
191.9

25.3
12.4
2,519.6

-,.131. 3
1.I
168.9
17.9
3,679.7
3,679.7

28,391.4

323.7
17,559.9
11,019.7
142.3
5,197.4


IB 5
135.5
189.1

3. '...

3,589.9


2,481.2

15.5


7.6
7.9

2,465.7
46.1
788.8

15.1
35,1


797.1


363.5

129.5
27.3
102.2


81.3
36.9
995.3
857.8

137.5
2,509.5
1,271.5
171.6




229.7
191.9

25.3
12.4
2,518.5


1.5
168.9
17.9
3. 69."
3,.'9."

28,391.4

323.7
17,559.9
11,019.7
142.3

ID,0'.
I *

135.5
189.1

1,7r.3,
9.9
3,589.9


2,481.2

15.5


7.6
7.9

2,465.7
46.1
788.8

15.1
35.1


797.1


363.5

129.5
27.3
102.2


0.5
1.1
139,6
118.7
18.9
2.,?
799.3
642.9
80.2
(2)



22.4
1.5
0.1
2.2
18.6
561.1
27.8
456.6
1.3
64,0
11.4
35.2
35.2

1,686.3

34.3
957.1
597.8
0.8
350.9
7.6
695.0
0.5
516.4
30.6
46.8
35,5
14.0
23.8
0.5

331.8

151.9
3.7
(2)
106.4
35.7
5.8
179.8
109.4
42.7
1.6
4.9
4.0
3.1
0.9
6.8
0.1

800.3

12.9
11.7
0.6
0.5


0.9
133.6
113.5
18.9
1.2
774.1
te7.5
'8 .
(2)


(2)
19.6
,. 3
0.1
2.0
17.2
539.2
27.8
437.3
1.1
62.8
10.2
16.8
16.8

1,460.5

31.8
808.6
502.6

306.0

620.2
0.5
515.5
29.0
46.8
8.3
12,9

0.5

311.3

151.6
3.7
(2)
106.2
35.5
5.8
159.7
108.1
36.6
1.6
4.7
3.7
3.1
0.9
0.5
0.1

789.2

12.1
11.5

0.5


0.9
133.5
113.4
18.9
1.2
760.0
613.6
-8.
IZ



19.6
0.3
0.1
2.0
17.2
536.1
27.6
435.4
1.1
61.7
10.2
9.2
9.2

1,437.5

27,8
796.0
492.2

303.8

613.8
0.5
510.4
29.0
46.1
8.3
12.9

0.5

304.1

151.3
3.7
(2)
105.9
35.5
5.8
152.8
102.8
35.8
1.6
4.6
3.1
3.0
0.9
0.5
0.1

788.3

12.1
11.5

0.5


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0.1






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Tobl. 2 -HIIPPING WEIGHT AHD VALUE OF U.S. WATERBORNE GENERAL IMPORTS AND INBOUND IN-TRANSIT MERCHANDISE. OH DRY CARGO AND TANKER VESSELS BY CUSTOMS DISTRICT AND PORT OF UNLAOING -Co,,r.
'a:- ,aii ** i. L. ru lr bii f 11.1' '


Culloas dr iil ad pal


ilriae Lu e DI.rir-t. -CnItlannrs

eIkcfeIr. .

I_ r. ,ter, 11.
"uduji Polr, .
Bu,;rb.. l .. .. ...... .....

L1..U. raid .U r.ar .. ... ........
J M..to, ilr ...............................

Intenasti=tl Fll-Anle. r, *m. ...... .....
Superior, vla-..................,........
tiaI Qtn......................................
l ke....... ......................... ............
Minel t ...................................
Gr n im ...................................
tnln n............ ......................
i....... ....... .... .. ... ....... ...
D troit.. .. .. ..
Port Huron... ... .... .. .......
Sn..a q C .. ........ ............
E.Cke ab............ ..... ... ... ......
Algone.. ...
Claelin ......... .. ....... .. ......
Ptleque I......... ..... ...............
Chicao. .. .................. ...............
Chilcago, II. .............................

hio.al. I...................................
C o1 C ....o .......... ......... .......
OClev, l.................................
rie .. ............ ........... .........
C7ed ad ........................ .... ......
artebm ia..... ..............................
Sandwilm ............ ...... ...
haui t .....................................


Cimns ........ .......... ....... ...
Flirpor.. ................. ...............

PurLo ico, lHuvell, ind uek.
llri L .......... ........... .. .. .. .....

frut Ai.e..... .............. ...............
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Is a I a .......... ................... ......
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l .et c k m .. . . . .
rlangell ............. .... .. ..
S tIS... ............... .. .. .. .....


Shopping Mweigi (In million of pounds)


CGana
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L h.2


"., ..
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1[0.2
1. 4
to7.2
-.4
'8'. 9
182,1
111.7
18.4
8,876.2
4,2f3.1
5.37









'4M.2
75.7
18,01,.0


138.'

.,3.2. i

542.7
978.8
131.2


2L.80. 7

L5,956. 3
90.8

310.0
5,31' 2
1, *6 L2.2
5,526.0
236.1

(2?
J. 2


D., Cal


0', Lile



1p GcnrsaI
I mgclit


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WA-. 9
18 .1
I'l'."





111.7
1.5
109.8

47.8
1.132.1
7813 .9
182,1.
111.7
18.4


9.38
362.8
2.3

62.8


13,114.2
8,631...






4,369.8

2. -6.
3?.7
978,8



2,412.3

1,861.'
7. .
130,2




B1 .. .
272.1

4t7.r


24.0
tIlI
3.2


E Daotms LIee then 50.or picudi. Ihe than 50,000 dollars.
'norita Atlantle Coast prt total aihould be added Vo lorlda r lJ Cometl


-I- I


-1'5. 7





33q.,
3?9.'r
1.3
109.8
47.8
1,132,0
788.9
182.1
111.7
18.4
0,7.7.;
8,23).-








1,9961.
8,39.7
32. 8












11,31.7
138,7



542.'

978.8



2,400.6

1,832.4
7.4
S131..
2201.)
1,W1.7
3,3n.7










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97).aP
















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I' I



0. I









2.6
2.6







0.2
0.2


0.3
0.1
0.1


0.1






11.9

9.0

(8)

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.+ q
0. 1
1.3
2.'.


Idrier
101t1










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'Wi

















36,1

90.2





42 ,6
42.6


23,0
16.1
7.0










19,392.2

'3.O

3'.,


I. L0n.2
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l.
li i


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16.1
..2. .











126.4
36.1

90,2





42.6
42.6


23.0
14,1
7,0










19,390.6

5.'-


r'.


1,143.,
I .


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1.6

1.3



1.
I
121


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7
47.7




6,2
1,4
174,7

137.
I.'


2,9


301.2
276.2
.1.4

1A. 2
Id.4

47,.2

I.-
O,:,

10.'
0. 2
2.'
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lola

'0


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5.1
(2)
0,8
2.7
66.9
47.7

tl.?
1,4
17 0.6
153,5
0.4

(2)

2.9


297,1
275.1
21,7
0.3
186.8
81.4
46.9
L1,7
(1)
39,4
10.7
0.2
4.,
2.*'


I C c n, ,i 1


I I









i. ,


i
1.1


2.7
6.,8

10.,
0.2
6, 2
1,4

11.0

111.9
0,.4



2.9


7.0
2W.o
275,0

0.3
186,7
6O.3
46.9
i. '
125
39.4
10,7
0.2
4,2
2.4




135.3
0,1
12.9
10.5
111U.9


3,4
.t
rll


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0.1 .


















O. I *l*
0.5 4.1
0,3 0.3







0,1 '.1
0.1 4.1


0..1 1,6
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1.3 99.5
0.3
I:

.. 26.6


0.6 1.
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0.3







4.1
4.1


1,.
1.4
0.3











9.5
0.3

0.3
26,6
Y7.5

1.5


port total. to obrln Liporta Uhrough Uth Cuati Dilsrict of florida.


151


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JANUARY-DECEMBER 1964 .1
Table 3.--SHIPPING WEIGHT OF U S EXPORTS OF DOMESTIC AND FOREIGN MERCHANDISE ON DRY CARGO AND TANKER VESSELS. BY TRACE AREA. TYPE OF SERVICE. AN
AMOUNT CARRIED ON U S FLAG VESSELS

(Data in millions or pounds. Totals represent the sums of unroUrided r'gurI'-' nence may var, slignrt./ 'rom '.re z-uir ofr tre r.,jdel cl our.t.

Fully compiled siipments

All vessels Dry cargo vessels Tahike vessels
Grand
Trade area total all Total iy cargo Liner Irregular
vessels' U.S.
Toal lag Toal U S Tola l U. Toal S
flag flag flag ug
(1) 12) t3) t4) 5) (6) 71 (8 191 1101 i
Total all trade areas:
January-Deeember 1'~3....... 31-,012.9 312,4.2?.9 .1,87?4.7 281,?0. 3 5,2,1.5 6-,251.7 19,911.0 C l'z.,'4..r. 1V.3'0.5 3u.7?2. 1 t.c13.
January-December 196f ........ 344 ,.(J6.5 342,863.5 A7,873.0 30o,e89.5 -.,16.5.6. 70,388.9 21,288.1 23. .50.b 13,87?.5 35,9?... ', i.
Foreign trade areas except
Canadian ......................... 288,982.5 28,C003.7 39,18i4.5 25.,758.7 32,858.? 70,,210.3 21.21.8 18-,5.'-7. L1.:>.l )13.2'-5.0 c ..-.3 .
Caribbean ............................ 9.,814..3 9,.52.'. 1,601.4i 7,S L.?2 1,3 i.9 -,928.9 1,2'3 .d 2,' I".' 16t2.1 1 .55..2 2,,..5
East Coast South America.............. 11,935.7 11,920.3 2,619.2 2,619.2 2',821.3 1,395.' 8:3. .3 i,223.8 702."
West Coast South America.............. .,7?'.4.0 4,t.77.8 i,'22.,Q 4,.33. 1,-22.3 2,b67.8 1,210.5 1,736..iC 2L'.- 2-..0
Vest Coast Central America and Mexico 1,725.4 1,700.3 -79.8 1,009.5 128.2 .9'9.0 12'3. 31j.5 0.2 r*.,.8 351.r
Gull Coast Mexico .................... 1,452.7 1,4.7.3 17-.3 1,314.o 8".0h 395.1 ot.. 9'10. 2.<. 1i32.? 87.3
United Kingdom and Erie.............. 12,700.. 12,671.? 932.5 10,695.5 9d'.5 .,053.9 982. b.,tl.t. 0. i 1,' c.2-
Baltic, Scandinavia, Iceland and
Greenland........................... L1,688.3 11,6 1." 1,037.5 10,050.1 578.4 3,39.7 579.5 c.,-1.- 1,59.6 5-9.0
Bayonne-Hamburg Range................ 70,28.0 0,205.0 2,134.3 62,OCA.7 2,134..3 11,8-5.2 1,475?. 50,10~-.5 55. ,i9.-.3-
Portugal and Spanish Atlantic ........ ,740.3 4,136.3 .-.3 -3 4,tLlq.5 -i.13 711.0 -' 0.8 ','8-:d. f 153. !ltL.8
Azores. Mediterranean and Blaci Sea.. 50,'i55.8 50,515.3 7.58t..8 ,-,2333.- 5,t,35.6 7.'15.2 2,36,.2 38,'18.2 3,2t'.- 2 -,281.9 1,a51.2
West Coast Africa.................... 2,261.1 2,234'.7 9,9 J. 2,191.8 939.0 1,583.8 d 8 5. 6bJ1.3 103.1 .-.'s 1.-
South and East Africa ................ 2,133.7 2,097.2 87'.9 1,793.0 874.9 1,3-.,0 8Et3.4 -9.0 6.. 3?u-.2
Australarsia.......................... -,457.3 .,376.5 *u;3... 3,987.6 278.. i ,"l-..t 27..0 1,9/ '.0 ,- 388.9 LI'.
India, Persiar Gulf and Rea Sea...... 26,252.3 2o,203).9 12,T71-.0, 11,398.3 9,637.6 ?,3'?2.7 -,018.7 12,35.6 5,t,13.q c, 8 .. 3,'7. .-
Malaysia ard Indonesia ............... 725.1 708.4 i72.5 63'.? 1'2.5 571.2 151.1 E.c,. :'1. 73..7
Far East-Southern Area, including
Taiwan and Philippirnes .............. 6,-59.3 o,39?.9 2,3c.1.7 6,2'3..6 ',3t1.7 -,689.3 2,293.0? 1.510.3 '1 .7 183.3
Far East-Northern Area, Lncluding
Japan ............................... b7,0 .8.6 67,1323.4 3,267.9 61,0&2.0 3,201.1 L3,,-' .2 2,975.3 '-7?,03.8 22 ..8 1 ., .- 6r..
Canadian trade areaas.............. 55,'2..1 41,859.8 8,689.3 52.130.3 7,30f.6. 178.1 7'.3 51,. 52.? 7,232.3 2,"2? .0 I,3 .7
Pacific Canada....................... *2,763.8 2,328.9 1,365.3 1.159.1 528.2 65.9 32.5 1 ),0 93.2 -3 5.7 i ,it1 ..l 3-.i
Great Lakes Canada................... 41,903.6 *.1,7 3.9 5,813.'. 3.,931.4 '.,270.3 57.5 -1.8 -Q,?7-.3 5,22?.5 8n2.1 5-..1
Atlantic Canada and Newfoundland..... 10,75b.8 10,737.1 1,5l0.? 10,030.9 1,.38.2 5-.7 ),/5.2 i ,508.2 t(7.2 2.5

'Figures based on complete .:overate of shipments to Canada valued at $2,,X,3 o-r mcre., and EhipmEhts. to otnr ei.jr trieF ,'laJel at $~ O0 r .r.
2Figures bated on complete coverage of sriipmenti to Canada valued at $2,030 or more, 3hiprieits to otner :o ntrir: 'aluej .it ? 5X or more. ranu ari
estimate base on a lO-percent sample o te e low-alue sriimeer.t. The crhancet are 2 oujt -of 3 In tre long run triat the sarmlirg error for the ri-u-s
which include estimated for the low-valued shipments ir less than 1 percent or le:.r rtnari 50,00'' pEund:.
'Classification of dry cargo ve.reels a., "liner" or "irregular or tramp" i based on .riaracterit,-Es or each '.a...ae lwieltnrr trie voyj9ae i-t par' 1r~ a
scheduled berth operation, etc.), using the classification criteria of the Maritime Admninistration.
4The sampling error is less than 2 percent.



Table 4.--SHIPPING WEIGHT OF U.S GENERAL IMPORT OF MERCHANDISE ON DRY CARGO AND TANKER VESSELS, BI TRADE AREA. TYPE OF SERVICE. AND AMOUNT
CARRIED ON US FLAG VESSELS
IData in millions of p.--unds. 7TItal represent tne .'urn 'f runror,.]ied fig-jre hnrce may -vary :s.igr.t, from ti.'. :. -i 0i' Ihe rcunt e amjurit- I

All vessels Dry cargo vessels' Tanker vessels

Total dry rargo Liner Irregular
Trade area Total U S Total U.S
flag Total U Total U U S tanker flg
flag Ilag l flag
I11 (2) 131 141 15) 161 I11 (8 l9 r 10

Total all trale areas:
Januar.,-December 19't 3................ .24- ,s70 0.8 31.3"3.0 19i ,751.' 21,3'?.' :JI,32 '9, '.* 1- ,.1'.1 1',' *..-. 2 .i '. 1 .
January-December 196'b............... .. ?,.".2 32',555.3 J2u,"..2 23,32. <-1, 5.' .'I i,3, 2. .' i ,- .4 13, 'r.. .
Foreign trade areas except Canadian ........ S i39,161.i 22,,'l1.1 13c,7:i8.. 13,'3 1.5 ,l..4. l. 1I,.'.:-. ,*r. i.. ,t?.' : .. '.
Caribbean ..................................... 23b ,25.8 8,7t.. ." '.h, -9. 1,778.2 1,150.2 71-. I 1 .1 1 ,, .
East Coast South America............... ....... '.2.3 1,22d.u ,8c 1.: i,22.- .C ,: i 91-. 3.7. .1 -1i .1. .u L
West Coast South America ...................... 13,530.3 1,9 ... .5 i3,38. 1 .:. ,301.'. 1. : .1 .. 7.. i ..
West Coast Central America and Mexico ......... *,,335.9 7, ..)3 *.,2r-.3 5 1'.1' i 21. .' .- L*.- :,,j -1.r. 1' .
Gulf Coast Mexico ............................. 10,25.3 82.0 2,-90.2 82.) ,.. 1.) .. 3. .' ,13 .
United Kingdom and Eire ....................... 2,75'.8 .12;.l 2,556.? Z12.11 ..3. ''3. .'. : .' I '..
Baltic, Scandiarvia. Iceland and Greenland...... 3,14.8 18.3 3,885.5 12d.3 2,-15. 1 12.3 ''3 1.- .'
Bayonne-Hambureb RanrCe......................... 12,031 1.0 1 ,C, .8 11.-' ..2 li ,.t8.3 8,3'53. 1, .. :.i ." .
Portugal and SpanriLr Atlantic................. 784.9 128.. 784. 28.'- ., ..' 1:. .-
Azores, Mediterranean ard Black Sea........... .15,750.2 8J.7 3,81'0.7 7"0.1 2,'2 .'. '.. 1. .1 ..1 I ..
West Coast Africa............................. 10,2'.3. 1 3t.d 10,253.1 .. .8 1,6 ,- J .- : '
South and East Africa ......................... 3,'97u.1 8.'8.2 3,"22.5 8 78. 1 ,-.-'." 82-. .. .,
Australasia ................................... 2,24.').8 273 ... 2,12. 3.1. 1. '.',. .' 27 1 1. ..
India, Persian Gul a ind Red Sea............... 31,5 1?. 2,1'3.. 2,t,3'..9 8t .. ?,.1. 1 7; .'' ,.
Halaysia and Indonesia ......................... 8,337.6 <'-9. 1,1? .?. ,..-.. 1,11 .7 '.-'... .1 l. .. .
Far Esat-SautherT, Area, including Taiean
anda Philippilnes ........................... ... L.092. 1. 0 .7 ,25 1:. i J. .. "I. .- -
Far East-Northerr Area, including Japan....... -,,J12- 1,122.9) A,7')I. 1,12 ..7. l.'1 .,. '
Canadian trade area ....................... 88,38t...1 1'l ,53-..'. '",'' 2. lu., 'i. ... -- I ', '
Pacific Canadaa ............................. .... '- ,dl 8 '.,..' ,.. .-, L .,. ..
Great Lakes Canada ...............-....... 1. ,31'. ,'' I ,1'".- *,.-'1.i .11. .'1 I I..
Atlantic Can dal arid Newf'oundlarnd ............ .. ,,2',. ,... .. .' .


"* I '. -.,'h I I i


Z Deniote leea than 50.00O poudr.o.
'ClaS lsfication of dry cargo vej .el. aB Lrn-r" .4 "Irr .Ular .'r tr ,." [ in. l.J InIIrul-I. I rl' Li, 'I 1 ..I
schedule bertn- operation, etr.) usllng the claie:-. ll'lroli '*I ltlrlri 1,I tire- Marl li t Admrlii t ril.r I.





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'AUAP.Y-DECEBiE 1964


Table S DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE CONTROLLED CARGO EXPORTED BY VESSEL UNDER THE U S FOREIGN AID PROGRAMS. AND 'SPECIAL CATEGORY" NON-DEPARTMENT
OF DEFENSE CONTROLLED CARGO EXPORTED BY VESSEL -COASTAL DISTRICT OF LADING BY TYPE OF SERVICE AND AMOUNTS CARRIED ON U.S. FLAG
AND FOREIGN FLAG VESSELS
., .:, ..*" :* .1 .1 T. '.*l in I .i' .r, .jm. orf unriundrd I'liurer. hence may vy llihtly rrom the aSam of the ro mndd iaunt)

Fully compiled slipments

All vessels U S. Ilag vessels Forign flag vesMls
Gr and
U S i us0j131 (lls ic l IMO r n ladli 10 lo
all Lie Irre ula Tanker Liner ea Tanker Line Iul
vessels Total e r, vessels service ,0' vessels service Tli
tramp tap
service service service
1ll il (31i 14 151 (61 I?1 (1 19) (10) ( )91

'.,.. 'J '. .. 'al Ji .t.r:.'
S.-.- ,:.-L. r ... ... .. '.- 1,,-. t. 1. -,3,!'"- 15'"2-1 4.78,849 96, )94 138.872 12,741 279,086 18,369 466,108
al.-.-r,...aL. -r 1'-......... .."., 'a 1.2'.l. ih 7.S,14:' 1..1, 731 39, 89 5,1,108 114,245 12.028 207,079 26,486 357,661

r. .,\"l.r. : r. ..... ............ l.. ., .ill ..7t .4od 1..5d53 fr) 181,293 10,268 95,175 4,285 (Z)
.. Alu.t. ... .......... .. 51, .i. 1.215 37,15,- .,at,1 6,221 3,247 30,933 10,81 -
S,. :. .... .............. .31.2l21 ),'i3 182,225 U3,37 33.,218 136,74 7,791 45,835 5,746 334,218
.* .................. .' id.3 12,7 5?.7,915 23,4-.' 104,407 55,140 22,339 2,775 23."42
'. .. .- ... ............. L'.l,/ 124 .3.1 Sil,.L --. ,1.22 12, 28 74,970 37,603 12,028 1,21 2,819 -
r. k r* .... .. .'.,,'. .. ,3'. ,-,.7-) 43 7,4 ,. U ,905 .3
rrA 'i.rCt .J .ic.l rus rt .. .2 r r2 01 35 197 29 4

.. -. t --r i ,%*, .e:ij .
..*.. *..*-1 .T cJ.-'l'..'. rII,* o :lJ;min'.. to Car.nia value it $2. OX, or more, and Wnisents to other countries valued at $500 or Iore.
.. i-- i n. :.c:pl,-'t :.,'rE*,' ,i :;darz," to Car.adei \vlueJ at $2, ,i0 or more, shipments to other caulntrles valued at $500 or more, and a
.. .: 1 i--ercent amrl." -" tUrv- l.--value .rtipntL.. The chance: are 2 out of 3 in the long run thit the ceiling error for the figures
I I.' .it fr: t.hp lidu-valu,. .'hlimnt_ : I. :. than 1 percent, or le r than 500 pounds, unless otherwise noted.



Table 6 DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE CONTROLLED CARGO EXPORTED BY VESSEL UNDER U S FOREIGN AI D PROGRAMS. AND "SPECIAL CATEGORY" NON-DEPARTMENT
OF DEFENSE CONTROLLED CARGO EXPORTED BY VESSEL-TRADE AREA BY TYPE OF VESSEL SERVICE AND AMOUNT CARRIED ON U.S. FLAG VESSELS

.:;, r, w.-ih: n Lh. .an,~ :F F;un-l.. TuLal. reprer:r.t tne sum_ of umrunderl figure:, hence may vary slightly tro the uims of the rounded amount

Fully compiled shipments

All yes.els Dry cargo vessels3 Taielr vsels
Trade area total Total dry cargo Liner Irmglar
all Total U S. Total U.S.



-ag Tol tall lra Ta rIa.':
'rn. -.-e,.c:m[i.r lu' .......... 1,33,93 1,879,968 1,1.16,40 1,401,119 1,103,666 1,243,878 964,794 157,24 138,872 478,849 12,741
*v.aLr,-ieemtr. 1'-........... 1,272,73t 1,258.,A0 o67,381 888,918 655,353 748,187 541,10 140,731 114,245 369,689 12,028

Srl,-r. t-..te are a-e, ..:r Iar.adiar... 1,223,390 1,20,288 r14,167 851,627 619,167 746,288 539,209 105,339 79,958 357,661 -

Car: -.................. ............... '18,24) 15,923 3,82- 15,746 3,824 10,826 3,349 4,920 475 177 -
Ean: "a. :-c'.rn Amri.:a................. 23,1'7 22,936 o,31- 8,241 6,314 7,927 6,030 314 284 14,695 -
Veat C-.sa.-. -xar.nr America................. 17,..3 16,119 7,-10 14,259 7,410 13,366 7,222 893 188 1,860 -
West Coa. LCentral Ameri:. anral Mexico.... ,22 1,80 3 1,80 348 844 346 1,036 2 -
Gulf C..%t Me:.:o........ ............. 25,1i4 2 5,073 3 82 3 78 5 3 24,991

nt h I.in r!-'.oT u,.! Vrit.................. 7.t26 7,123 1.185 3,331 1,185 3,115 976 216 209 3,792 -
Bal i.. :cr.i.ravis. Ireland and
r'r .i... ............................ 18,50 1.991 6,616 17,991 6,616 14,422 4,233 3,568 2,384 -
Bay--J.r-iH-l it,-r rs.r..................... 32,2L2 99,149 19,631 1U.497 19,631 103,127 18,411 8,370 1,221 187,652
Por ...r iri ail:. Atlrar.tic............ ,a2 9,31 7,899 8,551 7,899 5,090 4,437 3,461 3,461 761
Uni-:r:' :i- c.uritrl.:e in we.-err. Europe. 8-6 8.-t. 846 8 846 6 846 86 -
A-or ?;irr.--ran...uar.ri PLa:k "'ea...... :205 ,132 202,991 L37,188 188,838 137,188 179,508 129,578 9,329 7,609 14,153 -

VeLt .a. A:fr.-'........................ 7,9t. 7,-32 b,t407 7,432 6,407 6,952 5,927 481 481 -
Sout. Ear. ". i ;r:,t...................... 10..~ 10,37 3,555 *,306 3,555 4,30(. 3,555 6,066 -
Auamr:taz ... .... ....................... ..,455 .r,177 2,304 16.224 2,30C 1.,285 2,091 1,939 212 23,953
:nd.s. Fer-:i:r. ;A: ar. Red :ea .......... .10',862 134.747 75,165 104,7L7 75,165 88,838 66,146 15,90 9,020 -
l .-, r.:.l.- ..... ................... 3,402 2,357 2,939 2,357 2,369 1,787 570 70 463 -
Far :*. -.t'..t.' r Ar's, L-i, t..'i' Talwan
an' Frr.li;ir.e: ................. ...... 171r 170,215 161,199 163,49. 161,199 115,270 112,975 48,224 48,234 6,721 -
Far -s..-r:.-7thrr Ares. lr.cl.jiinrc Japan.. 273,923 253,599 176,917 181,221 176,917 175,122 171,301 6,100 5,616 2,378

: t'.sr I-nl. ire!................... ..-,. -*9319 '8,214 37,291 36,186 1,899 1,899 35,392 34,287 12,028 32,028

Pa: Car. .............................. 4..8,l -8.585 48,21- 36,557 36,186 1,899 1,899 34,658 34,287 12,028 1,028
Gri" L.l '_.- ".. ', ... .......... ...... ..=
Atl.rlJ 'Wr.i sLri l NeI adlEna........ 34 73 734 734 7 -

*r.,' .-. .: r,. :.l.1r:'., cv%.-rav or stdrmentj to Canada valued at $2,000 or more, and shipments to other countries valued at 500 or more.
S1 :i 01 i 1r. :0mlr.1r- :ov,:r. e o01' hipmer.l LO Canala valued at $2,000 or more, :hipments to other countries valued at $500 or ure, an a m
et.rr.i'. '.-,lJ 'r. a 1"--perient "n(1- r-. tur- lcu-valuc :hi.omenct. The chances are 2 out of 3 in the lac run that the sampling error for the figures
vl.:. ;:!; ,' T. Uii., : *.*r the lSi.u-w_,lA hipFmnl.: 1 ( 1r tLan 1 percent, or lesJ than 513 pounds, unless otherwise noted.
.'" .''1 : Ir. carr.- .:-c-el: a. "lr.srr" .'r "Irregular or tramp" Is askedd on characteristics of each voyage (whether the voynse i prt of a
S!.* .. ..F.r '1.. et.. i-Lnru' .te :r.-' j'iat.in criteria or te Maritimee Adminlstlratlon.
.. ,r cr.-r'r t.etvn 1 'un 2 percent.
rz arr-r 1 urpen'.n IlECOte-DC




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