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United States trade in merchandise and gold and silver with United States territories and possessions
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United States trade in merchandise and gold and silver with United States territories and possessions (except Alaska and Hawaii)
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DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE
HENRY A. WALLACE, Semrar)


Washington 25, D. C.


BUREAU OF THE CENSUS
J. C. CAPT, Director


REPORT NO. FT


800


UNITED STATES TRADE IN MERCHANDISE

AND GOLD AND SILVER WITH UNITED STATES

TERRITORIES AND POSSESSIONS


August 1945


(Information on subsequent revisions in this report
will be supplied upon request.)








PRFP RFD ULNDFR THr4 :LPER h' liN uF
J EDWARD FLY
Chief. Forergn Trade Diriio
Bureau of the Census


FEBRUARY 1946


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Bureau of the Census
J. C. Capt, Director
PHILIP M. HAUSER, Assistant Director
MORRIS H. HANSEN, Statistical Assistant to the Director
A. ROSS ECKLER, Chief Social Science Analyst
HOWARD C. GRIEVES, Chief Economist
RALPH E. GALLOWAY, Executive Assistant to the Director

Foreign Trade Division
J. EDWARD ELY, Chief
IRVING WEISS, Assistant Chief
Export and Shipping Startstics-William C. Flaherry
Export Statistirs--Milton Kaufman


Report No. FT 800
Prices for Report lio. PT 800 are
as follows:
Calendar year 1942 total
for year, individual
calendar months not shown
separately............... $1.00
First six months of 1945 -
total for six months,
individual calendar months
not shown separately...... 1.00
Monthly, starting with
figures for July 1943 -
Per issue............... .50
Yearly subscription,
including calendar year
annual.................. 5.00








TABLE OF C:VTE!'TS


Page


Merchandise and Gold and Silver from:

United States to Alaska...................................... 2

Alaska to United States....................................... 3

United States to Hawaii...................................... 3

Hawaii to United States...................................... 5

United States to Puerto Rico.................................. 5

Puerto Rico to United States................................. 10

United States to Virgin Islands............................... 10

Virgin Islands to United States................................ 12

United States to Guam Island................................. 12

Guam Island to United States.................................. NT

United States to American Samoa............................... 12

American Samoa to United States.............................. NT

United States to Wake Island .................................. NT

Wake Island to United States.................................. NT

United States to MidwayIsland ............................... NT

Midway Island to United States................................. NT

United States to Canton and Enderbury.Islands ................. NT

Canton and Enderbury Islands to United States................. NT


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SHIPMENrS Or S CE AOI DISE AND GOLD AND SILVER FCLf' 'HE '. ITD S.'A"-S 7D ALASKA-A'T-JST, 1945


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Tota: M s.r e. .4 .'3, .-7 _

Total Ierchandise......................... .


Total Gold and Silver ..........................

Group 00.-Animals and Animal Products,
dible. .................................. .

aeef and e-1. .:- :r -: ..1 ..'
Pork, fre.- r ..-.-
Hams and .-c.3--J, r i. ir. 3.
Bacon......... .............. ............lb. 95.' i
Mutton and lamb. ..............................
Sausage, not canned.......................... Ib 73,Loa
Canr.ed meats...................................b. 68,596
i'-7-' r- g-=e, fre-. It. 40,84
O'r.er med'. n, ..- n 49, 7Z

S, *? 4. *- :,. -i 1-. *-*' ..- 40 .606
Sa..* .c. 186,08
iheese.....................................lb. 42,229
Other dairy products, including infants'
foods, malted e: ...........
Fish and fish ;r.a.c ... ic. 45,814
Eggs in the shell............................doz. ie4,435
Animals and animal products, n.e.s. edible...... ........


Group O.-Animals and Animal Prod


Boots, shoes and other footwear........
Other leather manufactures............
Furs and manufactures.................
Animals and animal products, n.e.s. ine

Group 1.-Vegetable Food Products
Beverages ......................
Wheat Flour ..........................
Fresh Fruit...........................
Biscuits and crackers..................
Cereal foods.........................
Other grains and preparations.......
Fodders and feeds......................
Potatoes, white.......................
Other fresh vegetables ................
Canned vegetables and juices..........
Other vegetables and preparations......
Canned fruits .........................
Dried and preserved fruits, jellies, ja
fruit preparations..................
Vegetable oils and fats, edible........
Coffee...............................
Sugar, refined........................
Confectionery and chewing gum..........
Malt Liquors ..........................
Whisky.................................
Distilled liquors, n.e.s...............
Wines.................................
Other beverages and fruit juices.......
Other vegetable food products..........

Group Z.-Vegetable Products, Ine
Except Fibers and Wood ..........
Rubber boots and .
Rubber belting anar ;=ca..r, :i .
i.irj Inr.a "--tr-o
. al-rte. ::

Other Vegetable Products, Inedible.....

Group 5.-Textile Fibers and
Manufactures...................
Cotton Manufactures:
Overalls, breeches, pants, aprons, an
work clothing......................
Other cotton wearing apparel........
Other cotton manufactures...........
Vegetable Fiber Manufactures:
Flax, hamp and ravte manufactures....
Manila cordage......................
Jute, yarn and twine and other fiber
cordage and twine (except coti:.n
Other vegetable fiber, str.a cr ;r.5s
manufactures, i ea
Wool Manufactures:
.ttleu wearing pp.haral
mer.,'* -.] .7ys' erco.tsi, ?dtls arl

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Other w .J or oa,,abr mar,.factu.res

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117,392 18,925
50,689 5,578
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240,572 29,145
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182,152 26,924

78,354 15,382
62,879 12,64F
104,442 1 9.sWt
735,926 45,c.
118,461 45,483
1.i,4e9 125,325
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144,877 iroar, 3. Stee! t -: c: ras .... ..... ...... 7,591
56,891 rar 1tse ina tigfers-' ti-. ... ..... I
385,977 t.r.c'...ra: ir.-, te .e ........ .. .5,40
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F 'Prt.L r tfr u:l- l an f.'. r Lr- ., n.e.. 6.7'4
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r4,Lc6 I -.i.f :t.ures .. .... ..I. :9,899 1 9, ?
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i Ct .-.5 ar= f; r:ri .... .. ... .. ..... ... ... .,766
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2,155 ..ile. 'r..jtr cetl' frj-... ra and frJurres... ......... ,
33,216 C:IArn irn r.eatinrF stov. 3 ad D. rts
*tecept el ctric).... ........... ... .....' .......... ,494
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463.440

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3.903,S518
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4~0,348
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46,056
98, i 6
367,521.

61,0a3
I 9, 184
11,565
1,582,775
7,647

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23,229
69,379
510,601
39,776
27,221
45.578

1,149,986

50,426
20,466


22,8530

54,500

47,L.1

94,145
30.018
12,40
4,746
5,251
L17.105

5,828
29,072

71,064

Bu,325
166,540
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SHIPMENTS OF MERCHANDISE AND GOLD AND SILVER FROM ALASKA TO THE UNITED STATES-AUGUST, 1945


Net Value Shipping Net Value Shipping
C OIT DESCIPT (dollars) .eight COMMODITY DESCRIPTION AND UNIT OF QUANTITY quantity (dollars) Weight
quantity ( (pounds) (pounds)


Total exports.............................. ......... 26,467,772 .......... Furs and skins:
Beaver ................. ............... no. 120 4,?73 ....
Total merchandise............................... ....... 26,391,204 .......... lack and silver fox .......................no. 7 ........
Blue fox...................................no. 8 35C .
Total Gold and Silver........... ....... ........... 76,568 .......... Red fox .................................. no 36 446 .
White fox ................................no. ......
Foreign merchandise..................................... ...... Seal skins ............................ .no. 81 370 ...........
Marten.....................................no
Mink ............................... ... .. no. 247 3,891 ......
United States products returned ................ ........... 52,428 .......... Muskrat ....................................no. 8,11 0,1 .......
Otter..................................... .no. 74 1,602 .....
Other .................................... no. 179 5,659 ....
Alaskan products..................... ................ 25,738,776 ........... heindeer hiaes. ... ............................. .....
Wool, unmnuf'ctured......................... b. 1,456 1,025......
live animals.. .......... ...... .......n ........... ................... ood, timber and luiber................. bd.ft. 365 17,63 .
Halibut, fresh or frozen................... b. 1,274,029 224,389 .......... Ores and metals (except Cold and silver).......... ...... 14,061 ........
Salmon, fresh or frozen ..................... lb. .,989,039 560,208 .......... Trophies, specimens, curios, etc............. ............. ,1 ...........
Other fish, fresh or frozen..................1. 891,329 120,169 .......... Pictures and paintings.....................................................
Salmon, canned..............................lb. 06,416,751 2Z,834,788 ........... All other articles...................................... 515 .......
Cod, cured or preserved ......................b. 250 50 ..........
erring, cured or preserved................... 499,375 E9,942 .......... GOLD AND SILVER
Salmon, cured or preserved...................b. 2,001,013 557460 .......
Clams....................................... b. 12,478 6,714 .......... Gold ore and base bullion ................oz.troy 1,451 50,800 ...........
Crabs......................................Ib. 4,530 3,19? .......... Gold bullion, refined....................z.tro 586 20,500
Shrimp ............................. ..... b.. ..... ....... Silver ore and base bullion..............oz.troy ..... .... .. ....
Other fish and fish troducts................... ....... ,192,050 .......... .ilver coin .............................................. 6,o ..


SHIPMENTS OF 1.RCHANDISE A:D GOLD AND SILVER F&OM U'I Tc.D STATES TO HAWAII-AUGUST, 1945


Net Value Shipping Net Value Shipping
COWODITY DSCRTIN AND UNIT OF TITit (d COODIT DEPTION AND UUIT OFY UANTITY q ty (do s) weight
entityy pounds) quantity (d ll ) (pounds)


Total exports................................... ......... 30,938,496 ...... ..
Total merchandise........................... .......... 30,936,001 40,i'.. .
Total Gold and Silver .................. ........ .......... 2,49f


Group OO.-Arnimals and Animal Products,
Edible ...................................

Animals, edible..............................--
Beef or veal, not canned:
Fresh or frozen............................L.
Pork, not canned:
Fresh or frozen..........................Lb.
Hams and shoulders, cured..................Lb.
Bacon .................................... Lb.
Other pork, pickled or salted..............Lb.
Mutton or lamb, not canned ...................Lb.
Sausage, bologna and frankfurters, not
canned ...................................Lb.
Pork, canned.................................Lb.
Sausage, bologna and frankfurlers, canned....Lb.
Other canned meat ...........................Lb.
Poultry and game, fresh, not canned..........Lb.
Kidneys and livers, fresh, frozen or cured, not
canned......................................Lb.
Other meat products...........................--
Milk and cream.................................
Butter........................ .............Lb.
Cheese..................................... Lo.
Infants' and dietetic foods .................Lb.
Other Dairy Products...........................
Other animal oils and fats, edible..........--
Fresh fish, except shellfish, not cinned.....Lb.
Shrimp............................ ......... Lb.
Fish, salted, pickled or dry-cured...........Lb.
Fish, canned.................................. L
Other edible fish and fish products............-
Eggs, in the shell..........................Doz.
Egg products, n.e.s..........................Lb.
Other animals and animal products, edible.....--
Group 0.-Animal and Animal Products,
Inedible.................................


1,005,468

133,766
233,943
35,337
346
60., 004

339,583
16,130
49,460
47,475
3,336

76,713


130,382
134,061
26,583


560,164
86,216
103,902
83,653

767,870
177,745


Leather........................... .......... .........


Boots, shoes, and other footwear with leather
uppers:
Boots and shoes:
Men's..................................... Fr
omen's.................................. r.
Other ...................................-
Boots, shoes and other footwear, with uppers of
materials other than leather ............... Pr.
liomen's and children's handbags, pocketbooks
and purses................................ No.
Card cases, change purses, wallets, and similar
articles.................................... N
Luggage and related articles...................
Other leather manufactures.................... -
Other inedible animals id anial products ...--
Group 1.-Vegetible Food products and
BeveraZe s .................. .... ..... ...
alt..........................................Bu.
Biscuits and crackers........................ Lb.
Other grains and prep.r-tions..................
ixed dairy and poultry feeds..............L.ton
Other feeds ...... ..........................--
Vegetables, fresh. or frozen.................
Vegetables, canned:
Asparagus ................. .............. Lb.
Peas. ...................................... .
Soups. .................................... Lb.


15,012
144,996


63,574

73,399








15,292
120,165

2,702



86,473
170,284
70Z,146


.......... 1,743,737


30,205

253,640

34,313
74,880
11,440
60
15,311

113,394
50,441
15,694
1,670
1,157

24,243
8,674
68,933
62,604
44,229
10,391
84,1&1
16,731
111,736
47,594
24,457
60,191
74,242
400,032
80,902
-1.,' .


6,446,647

133,220

1,0O0,757

145,048
266,702
38,134
371
63,56S

380,817
155,460
57,640
72,476
3,556

84,456
45,247
314,405
134,372
155,526
31,133
270,989
112,592
649,770
94,116
132,523
115,181
289,606
1,387,477
191,278
9" -"T


z3,613 25,223


496,492
465,606
155,989

142,507

218,433

104,205
128,095
139,576




26,776
28,943
91,403
211, i31

106,461

'1,004
32,376
109,310


382,121
204,207
106,438

100,455

77,645

18,468
87,663
49,540
4c,.36



529,562
174,140
070,354
6,065,610
60,2 0
',z'4, 71

110,6:9
156,265
Ill-,96


Group l.-Vegetable Food Product: and
Beverages-Continued

Veget bles, canned--Continued
Tomato juice............... .......... ...... Lb.
Ot!er c nr.ed vegetables and juices.......Lb.
Ketchup, rhili s-ace, and other tonm:to table
sauce ........ .... .. ......... .... Lb.
Mayonn.ise an 0 lad ad dressings................Lb.
Oli'ves......................... ..............Lb.
Other sauces and relisnes.....................Lb.
Yeat. ........................................Lb.
Other ve- t-ble preparations................. -
.uttroical fruits, f-eh:
Or' .;,. md t-ijerine ....................... b
Other -. btrcpictl fr rts, fresh.............--
Other fruits, fresh or frozen................--
Dried and evaporated fruits................... -
Canned fruits............................... L.
Other fruits and preparations .................Lt.
peanuts. ..... ............................. i.
Other nuts and nut preparations..............-
Cottonseed oil, refined ......................Lb.
Cooking fats, except lard....................Lb.
Other vegetable oils and fats, edible ........--
Chocolate................................... .Lb.
Te .........................................Lb.
Coffee, r asted ............................. Lb.
Other table boverages....................... Lb.
Spices .................................. L.
Confectionery:
Chocolate c ndy............ ................. .Lb.
Other c y.y...... ......................... Lb.
Confections and desserts..................Lb.
Chewing -........................ ..... .. L .
Other sugar and related products.............--
Distilled spirits;
Rum-. ................................... P.Gal.
ihisky.................................Pf.Gal.
Other distilled liquors .nd compounds
containing spirits..................P.Gal.
Wines................................. .uAl.
Jirups and flavors for beverages.............Gal.
cruit juices, including concentrated........Gal.
Other beverages, n.e.s......................-

Group 2.--egetable products, Inedible,
Except Fibers and Hood....................


automobile casings..........................No.
Casings and inner tubes....................., o.
Tire sundries and repair raterials...........Lb.
Other rubber and manufactures.................-
Tobacco manufactures:
Cigars and cneroots .........................
Cigarettes ................................. ..
Smoking toba:cco............ .............. Lb.
Other tobacco miniufactures.................
Other vegetable products inedible..........-
Group 3.-Textile Fibers .nd liarufactures
Cotton thread, twine, cordrae and rope.......Lb.
Cotton cloth, duck, and tire fabric;
Finished cloth, bleich-d, dyed, printed,
stiffened, or otherwise converted, and
colored yrn f:btrlcs
40 inches wide ird narrower:
Urills, twills and warp sateens....Sq.yd.
Printcloth, yarn fabrics, all widths.Sq.yd.
Colored yarn fabrics................a. .yd.


111,695
2,0u3,548

212,122
7,163
96,468
S07,':B2
2U9,750


29,561


...........
942,563
196,969
141,292

78,888
439,682

141,8 4
2,246
314,92e
iC,i99i


119,107
119,s53
44,150
19,156


47,900
171,460

24,074
55,654
25,024
132,639


9,091
43",35':

34,417
1,37E
31,iE05
5',744
31,6;;5
97,5t'1

134,655
37,775
177,271
91
113,087
50,135
25,260
25,108
1,779
n4,199
12,129
25,973
1,961
90,928
6,018
10,111

37,839
;'3,793
1U,136
14,433
30,357

599,r26
2,43,7.0

285,721
237,5C7
5,2a3d
149,744
12,u59


140,167
3,:!38,472

257,581
9,845
183,620
416,6S9
232,388
988,395

2,W03,734
641,771
1,973,942
336
1,027,115
278,520
145,930
49,118
111,588
511,975
,7,060
154,053
3,221
554,693
54,067
34,533

143,408
12d,716
51,963
23,.2E5
684,605

805,927
2,697,245

420,345
909,114
301,184
1,386,57u
200,931


-.....F..... 1,440,9601 3,051,483


14,213
13,817
367,542


1,274
91,120


265,777
30,502
108,46A
147,902

79,512
551,772

43,664


496,334
77,645
389,858
301,165

31,493
920,195

62,906


L,. I, i
.......... 4647,5 3,672,836
36,258 24,922 39,076


137,777
493,019
181,744


51,448
17 344
64,006


48,570
136,566
91,765











SHIPMVDT OF MERCHANDISE AND GOLD AID SILVER EBO THE UNITED STATES TO HAWAII-AUGUST, 1945-Contlnued


C r SCet V ta Ssipppnd et 1 Sipp
CaOIiTy OSCRIPTIOI AMD UNIT OF QUANTITY (dor) (""'t OOITY ECRIPTIO AND UNIT OF QUATITY quantity (dol3a) ("**
I quantity I (dolla-r) I LS r poud) TY (


Group 3.-Textile Fibers and Manufac-
ture--Continued

Other cotton fabricse.........................--
Cotton wearing apparel:
Handkerchiefs............................doz.
Knit goods
Hosiery.............................doz.pr.
Underwear..............................doz.
Other knit goods..........................-
Garments of woven fabrics
Overalls, breeches, pants, aprons, and men's
work clothing, n.e.s......................doz.
Shirts...................................doz.
Other men's and boy's clothing of woven
fabrics, n.e.............................doz.
Women's dresses and ensembles...............o.
Women's and children's underwear and night-
wear, not knit...........................doz.
Children's outerwear, not knit............doz.
Other women's apparel of woven fabrics, n.e.s.
Cotton house furnishings......................-
Other fabricated products of cotton, n.e.a....--
Other cotton manufactures ....................-
Vegetable fibers and manufactures............-.
Fabrics wholly or chiefly of wool.............-
Wool knit goods..............................--
Men's overcoats, suits and pants.............No.
Women's and children's wool clothing, not knit--
Other wool or mohair manufactures ...........--
Piece goods, wholly or chiefly rayon and other
synthetic fibers:
Woven filament yar fabrics .............. lb.
sq.yd.
lb.
Woven spun rayon fabrics, n.e.a..........sq.
Rayon house furnishings.....................-
Dresses, shirts, blouses and other outer wear
for women and children....................-.
Hosiery........... ...................doz.pr.
Underwear, knit...........................doz.
dr.3erewrV, woven.........................doz.
Siespin, .5ni lounging garments, knit or
woven...................................doz.
Other rayon, nylon and other synthetic
textiles and manufactures.................. -
Waterproof outer garments, except rubber and
rubberized.................................No.
Corsets, brassieres, and girdles, except all
rubber................................... .. No.
Neckties, cravats, mufflers and scarfs, of
all fibers................................ doz.
Hats, bonnets, hoods, caps and berets........No.
Absorbent cotton gauze, and sterilized
bandages................................ .. lb.
Other textile fibers and manufactures ....... -

Group 4.-Wood and Paper ..................
Boards, planks, and scantlings, less than 6
inches in least dimension:
Softwoods:
Douglas fir:
... g ` bd.ft.
ra ; --.:. bd.ft.
Other softwoods........ ...........M bd.ft.
Furniture of wood............................. -
Other wood manufactures....................... -
Printing paper .............................. lb.
Greaseproof and waterproof paper............. b.

-r. foc j 3t? --... -, rr f
forms, plain or printed.....................lb.
Writing paper ............................... b.
Paper ba s................... .... ..... .. .lb.
boxes and cartons............................ b.
Other paper related products and manufactures.--
Other wood and paper.........................-


24,328

31,094
15,568



4,289
8,578

7,711
9,694

12,152
10,882







21,605
..........



44,158
161,405
110,630
520,276



8,221
14,592
11,910

1,173



2,464

58,120

6,592
68,745

172,779








3,098
372
745


5,571,756
572,029
628,433

152,585
751,575
515,119
2,409,086


75,417

48,474

71,290
70,199
121,813


104,244
128,042

14-,072
36,9'3

44,610
135,208
120,721
482,458
41,653
354,135
184,311
59,973
85,414
185,491
55,157
84,228


110,908

215,405

42,406

387,182
45,755
.ij?,J99i
14, '49

49,119

211,839

12,268

45,618

58,395
70,153

65,913
172,784

2,507,014





121,058
19,697
42,791
475,890
189,785
218,850
54,454
65,678

84,184'
154,129
51,686
177,705
616,385
34,766


Group 5.-Nonmetallic Minerals ............. ..... ....'o


Aviation motor fuels.......................bbl.
Motor fuel and gasoline .....................bbl.
Other motor fuel and gasoline................-
Kerosene ............................. ....... bbl.
Gas oil distillate fuel oil................bbl.
Residual fuel oil.......................... bbl.
Lubricating oils.............................
Lubricating greases, except graphite
lubricants.......... .......................lb.
Petroleum Asphalt ........................... ton
Other petroleum and products..................-
Hydraulic Cement............................bbl.
Unfilled glass containers, including used..... -
Uther glassware................ .............
Pottery.....................................
Other nonmetallic minerals....................

Group 6.-Mettil and Manufactures, Except
Machinery and Vehicles................

Iron and steel bars ind rods..................--
Tin-plate and ta :ers' tin..................lb.
Other iron and steel sermi.s.ufactures........--
.tructural iron and steel.....................-
Tubular products a"nd fittings.................-
Wire and manufactures.....................
Nails and bolts except railroad and aircraft.lb.
Other steel mill manufactures................-


8,566
95,651
399,652


345,311
45,000
144,627
416,147
175.029


48,980

14,899

37,191
30,965
60,697


54,718
53,696

63.942
6,742

25,515
39,727
25,591
514,854
64,759
392,511
723,545
12,777
19,556
41,144
6,272
56,564


49,426

119,105
..........
15,086

67,947
15,364
26,074
24,577

9,660

65,360

5,045

9,159

9,489
25,627

'212,509
636,417

34,070,599





10,228,711
955,469
2,896,725
1,533,062
1,316,539
5,451,412
404,062
649,201

166,950
773,958
.4 ?,44

5,052,322
1,835,216




20,889,265
2,486,700
29,198,917
131,223,835
3.917.677


Group 6.-Metals and Manufactures, Except
Machinery and Vehicles-Continued

Cutler .... ............................................
Hollow ware..........................................
Tools....................................... .........
Hardware..................................... .........
Metal druas and containers for oil, gas, other
liquids and solids......................... ..........
Metal furniture and fixtures.................- ..........
Other iron and steel advanced manufactures....- ..........
Copper ...................................... ..........
Brass and bronze............................. ..........
Other nonferrous ores, metals and all alloys,
except precioua............................- ........
Precious metals, and plated ware, except
jewelry......................................- ... ...
Other metals and manufactures................- ...

Group 7.-Machinery and Vehicle................


Batteries............ I s...............................-
Motor, starters, and controllers .............--
Electric refrigerator and parts.....,........-
Other an-estic a Ind nautrial electrical
appliances.............. ....... ...... ...
Sigi1l ana canuAicat.on asvicesa...... .... -
I ray tubes.................................No.
Other X riy amparatus ad parts.............-
Other tr.erspvuttlc pp.rar.ts and parta.........--
Other elFstrIcai *a icr.nery and apparatus.....-.
Power-generating equipment..................--
Construction and conveying machinery..........-
Mining, well, and pumping machinery..........-
Power-driven metal-working machine tools......-
Textile, sewing and shoe machinery....,......-
Other industrial machinery...................-
Accounting, bookkeeping, and calculating
machines and parts.........................-
Other office appliances.......................-
Tractors and parts...........................--
Other agricultural machinery and implements..-
Automobile parts and accessories:
Motor trucks, busses and chassis (new):
1, and not over 1 1/2 tons...............No.
Over 1 1/2 ton, not over 2 1/2 ton.......No.
Over 2 1/2 tons.........................No.
Automobile parts for replacement...... ...,-
Other vehicles and parts........................-

Group 8.-Chemicals and Related Products..
Vitamines and vitasterols, n.e.s............lb.
Other medicinal and phaaceuticals .........-
hloropicrin .................................b.
Other Agricultural insecticides, fungicides and
similar preparations and materials, dry or
liquid base ...............................lb.
Household and industrial insecticides, exter-
ninators, and repellents, 11i'-.a, paste,
powder or solid form...................... ib.
Specialty cleaning and washing compounds,
except soap................................lb.
Flavoring extracts ............................-
Other chemical speiclaties ................. .--
Industrial chemicals.........................
Nitrocelulose and other cellulosic lacquersi
Piigented.................... ...........gal.
Clear..................................gal.
Thinners for nitrocellulose and other
cellulosic lacquers......................gal.
Ready-mixed paints, stains and enamels.....gal.
Varnishes, natural or synthetic............gal.
Other pigments saints and varnishes.........-
Potassic fer .. :er materials...............lb.
Soap:
Toilet or fancy............................lb.
Laundry...................................lb.
Powdered or flaked........................lb.
Scouring bricks, pastes, powders, soaps, and
household washing powders ................. b.
Hair preparations.... ......... ........ -.
Perfumery and toilet saters...................-
Other soap and toilet preparations............--
Other chemicals and related -r3-ji7ts -

Group 9.-Miscellaneous...................


Positive motion picture films, exposed or
525,445 49,302 599,242 '1i:;, -- .. .. .. .L ft.
1,433 25,576 3,404,665 r1 r.-- ,;r .. ... .
S.......... 46,399 1,683,431 .': er r : ,-r.; ~ r,: .''.: r ,ocd..
27,870 57,275 10,578,950 Optical goods:
.... .. 92,42 2,192,616 un or large glasses and sun goggles........--
- ......... 24,171 1,40,137 Other spectacles, eye glasses, goggles,
.......... 166,363 577,815 lenses, n.e.s. and frames..................--
S.. '?.? .~.>0 Surgical and medical instruments ...........-
Phonograph records, except motion-picture sound
records and oictaphone records...............-
.. *, ..:,'.. t .r'.., .. :.i. ;raphic pens................-
I I '- r .:. -:..:.a : office supplies..........-
...... 50,218 olls, children's wheel goods and toys........
S .J309, .. 2,042,023 Athletic and sporting goods.................-
62,521 1,445,830 Books snd -amphlets:
... .... 0,7 1 1,639,371 --- : .......
S 19,368 1,492,688 1 i.' *. .. ......
3.,998 E50,1B6 L. ..:. -..*. uter .......-
711,241 7,340 759,869 .*- ".... :.. r t. ... *-tr r printed
.......... 35,S04 293,354 I .......-


*4,877
46,237
13&.527
72,417



97,866
75,272
f C, 4 4

55,514

L1.561
LIS

2 ,90 182

75,605
40,294
61,994

158,276
136,871
903
4,828
3.626
394,809
49,168
212,231

7,652
352,901

47,937
133,547
109,934
53,789


27,197
54,036

k. i" ,


........ 2,625.095
5,995 25,830
184,21.


607,922


100,162

1,269,278




6,430
5,170

6,503
6.,5.-1


8,900,000

461,551



678,639


"45.649
1',14


... .... ...
7



..........
..........

..........
..... ....
".. ... ..
..........
..........
..... .." .
..... ....


21
15
39


58,915
329,570
179,418
159.25

12,140
806,274
59,p24
266,052
151,688

508,257

5,218
14,000

5,814,268

519.756
71.625
145,005

213,557
88,118
116
5.194
1,223
715,455
87,685
1,061,785
B1.535
85,575
10,165
781,245

153,490
161,391
562,'85
167,848


91,184
7?,410
439,735
'21,407
90 566

22.629.514
8,400
369.,6


37,601 6684,281


17,515

81,521
118,a94
196,592
131,679

13,257
8,457

5,059
206,051
.?,991

135,226

129,108
i7 ."


59,589
128,517
94,952
759,725


5,885,787

16,466
59,625
99,307

21,256

38,285
1,531

85,772
57,269
142,606
500,467
125.568



*^1,-y-

269,410


13M,314

1.644,S66
!77,849
i.224,641
Z,296,945

67,020
38,272

50,522
1,418,579
63,9538
62il,13
6,9.z,509

507,802
366,748
561,292

?,3.557
591,427
70,91
1,0I'5,2
1.175.667

6,777,895

58,19
40,'39
L, 977

5,396

5.057
787

144,119
1,594
228,115



33,424
149,951
253,468

405,266











SHIPMENTS OF MERCHANDISE AND GOLD AND SILVER FROM THE UNITED STATES TO HAWAII-AUGUST, 1945-Continued

Net Value Shipping Shipping
COMDITY DESChIPTION AND UNIT OF QUANTITY q ( s) weight COMMODITY DESCRIPTION AND UNIT OF QUANTITY Neity (oalu)
quantity (dollars) (pounds) quantity (dollars) (ponds
(pounds) (pounds)

Group 9.-Miscellaneous--Continued Group 9.-Miscellaneous-Continued

Clocks electric, except parts ...............No. 941 3,134 3,202 Jewelry of other materials:
Clocks, n.e.s., except electric: Women's jewelry...............................- .......... 50,649 5,408
1-day alarm clocks.......................N. No. 4,327 3,820 4,859 Other jewelry ................................-- .......... 56,964 16,650
Mantel, novelty and wall clocks............No. 250 3,713 380 Bottle and container closures, n.e.s........Gross 362,624 68,345 566,885
Other clocks and parts......................-......... 2,295 39 Pipes and smoker's articles....................- ........ 111,661 75,659
Watches: Notions, cheap novelties, and specialties,
Without jewels.............................No. 355 1,717 9- n.e.s.......................................- ......... 257,955 214,357
With jewels ...............................No. 4,507 145,968 1,5.2 Household and personal effects.................- ........... 121,373 165,618
Parts, except jewel bearings................ .......... 4,686 i 1 Miscellaneous military equipment, n.e.s.......- .......... 4,651 10,554
Jewelry and other articles to be worn on or All articles, n.e.s.................. ...... .......... 620,369 3,725,092
carried about the person:
Of solid gold or pltinum ... ......... 397,321 1,438
Of other metals, .i -r, -.I -i:. 3. r: 1i- GOLD AND SILVE
gold-plate, and base metal whether or not
electro-plated:
Men's jewelry. ............................- .......... 20,546 1,002
Women's jewelry............................ .......... 121,573 5,719 Gold bullion, refined.....................oz.fine 70 2,49 ..........
Other articles ............................ .......... 45,389 20,590 Silver bullion, refined.................oz.fine ...........................



SHIPMENTS OF MERCHANDISE FROM HAWAII TO THE UNITED STATES-AUGUST, 1945
Net Value Shipping Net Value Shipping
CMODITY DmSCRIPTION AND UNIT OF QUANTITY q t Vl weight COMODITY DESCRIPTION AND UNIT OF QUANTITY utity (d s) weight
quantity (dollars) quantity (dollars) pounded )
(pounds) (pounds)

Total exports.................... ....................... 10,564,455 282,818,445 Coffee ....................................... lbIb.... ....................
Sugar:
Unrefined..................................b. 136,964,960 4,658,720 136,838,407
Total Gold and Silver.......................... .......... .......... .......... Refined.................................... ......... ... ... .........
Molasses....................................gal. 5,819,545 454,850 68,380,000
Honey.............. ......................... .......... .......... ..........
Foreign merchandise........................... .......... .......... .......... Beverages and fruit juires:
United States products returned................ .......... 74,887 792,754 Papaia (Papya)..........................gal .................... ..........
Hawaiian products...................................... 10,489,566 282,025,691 Pineapple................................ l. 4,437,388 5,040,859 48,265,570
Tallow .................. .................. lb. 21,077 1,962 25,506 Sake...................................... .l ........ ...................
Fish, canned............................... lb. ........... ......... .......... Other ...................................... b.......... ....... ..........
Cattle hides.................................lb. 172,844 24,610 172,844 Frozen fish liver............................ ............ ......... ........
Beeswax....................................lb. ............... .................. Cotton wearing apparel....................... .. b ..... .......... ..........
Wool, unmanufactured........................ b .................... ..........
Vegetables: Paper and manufactures including fiber
Potatoes, white............................b. ........... .......... .......... insulating board........................ sq.ft. 4,449,076 83,564 3,177,592
Other........................ ........ ........... ......... .......... Citric acid...................................b ..............................
Fruits: .- .- .icohol ............................ lb. 21 5 24
Bananas ................. ....... ........ bunch .......... ....... .... ...... .. j-. I. etc...............................- .......... .......... .........
Papaia (papaas).......................... i ................................. All other articles......................................... .......... 443,009 _2.581186
Pineapples:
Fresh...................................bo> 652 585 11,331 GOLD AND SILVER
Canned ...............................l.....b 18,551,362 1,801,402 22,577,231
Prepared or preserved...................... ......... .......... ........... Total Gold..................................- ...............................
Macadamia nuts .............................lb. .......... .......... .......... Total Silver.................................. .............................



SHIPMENTS OF MERCHANDISE AND GOLD AND SILVER FROM THE UNITED STATES TO PUERTO RICO-AUGUST, 1945


NMet Value Shipping Net Val ue Iri r.
COMODITY DESCBPTION AND UNIT OF QUANTITY ty ( weight COMMODITY DESCRIPTION AND UNIT OF QUANTITY quality (dla
quantity (dollars) (pounds) ty dllrs) (pounds)


Total Exports.............................-
Total Merchandise.................. ......-
Total Gold and Silver ........................-


Group 00.-Animals and Animal Products,
Edible........................

Cattle.......................................No.
Other live animals..............................
Beef and veal, fresh or frozen...............lb.
Pork:
Hams and shoulders, cured................... lb.
Bacon...................................... Ib.
Other pork.................................lb.
Sausage, not canned .........................lb.
Canned meats:
Beef............................. ........ lb.
Pork.................................... lb.
Sausage.....................................lb.
Other canned meats .........................lb.
Poultry and game fresh ......................lb.
Other meats................................l.b.
Other animal or vegetable oils and fats
edible...................................... b.
Milk and cream:
Condensed (sweetened)...................... b.
Evaporated (unsweetened).................lb.
Dried.................................... Ib.
Butter ....................................lb.
Processed cheese and cheese spreads..........lb.
Other cheese................................ b.
Infants' foods, malted rilk, etc.............lb.
Fish, salted, pickled, or dry cured.......... b.
Fish canned:
Salmon..................................... b.
Sardines................................... lb.
Shellfish ................................. Ib.
Other fish and fish products................1.b.
Eggs in the shell...........................doz.
Other animal products, edible...................


1,347
1,262,540
2,168,148
159,263


116,683
135,511
16,075



2,863,238

63,000
2,918,751
604,410
78,720
399,780
16,581
34,044
299,264o


112,995
13,065
4,570
16,500


13,160,019 ..........






2,016,813 15,478,069


* 11,328


628
187,351
228,141
65,546


47,521
41,642
4,428



513,048

10,500
338,803
250,301
35,612
132,936
6,593
18,037
56,522


29,506
4,130
3,647
8,985
21,110


..........
8,420


1.59
Z,1 C.4;u



..........
139,222
177,557
22,154



3,494,497





452,752
19,678
53,754
3?7,320


126,558
17,880
6,945
29,650
58,855


Group 0.-Animals and Animal Products,
Inedible ... ............... .......... ...

Upper leather, except patent.....................
Other leather and tanned skins...................
Boots and shoes:
Men's...................................... pr.
Youth's and boys'..........................pr.
Women's and misses'.........................pr.
Infants' and children's.....................pr.
Slippers (all leather)........................pr.
Boots, shoes, and other footwear with
uppers of material other than leather........pr.
Discontinued models, old styles, and
second-hand shoes..............................
Handbags, pocketbooks, and purses.............No.
Card cases, change purses, wallets, and
similar articles............................No.
Luggage and related articles...................No.
Leather belts to be worn on the person...........
Other leather manufactures.......................
Animal oils and greases, inedible..............lb.
Other animals and animal product................

Group 1.-Vegetable Food Products
and Beverages.................... ......

Grain and preparations:
Malt............ ............................ bu.
Corn................... ............... 56 lb.bu.
Hominy and corn grits......................b.
Corn cereal foods, ready to eat.............1b.
Oats..................................32 lb.bu.
Oatmeal, 1roats, and rolled o ts............ b.
Wheat flour.................. .. ......... cwt.
Macaroni, spaghetti, noodles, and
mi roni products ............. ... ....... ..... lb.
Biscuits and crackers (include con.Les).....lb.
.heat cereal foods...................... ..lb.
Other grins 'nd nre sr'irns...... ........
Mixed dairy snd poultryy foods.............. L.ton
Other prepared and mixeo foods.............L.ton


61,751
29,724
231,717
100,183
4,403

9,662


13,069

12,060
3,410


1,396


1,016,217

1,443
15,133

139,505
54,817
456,755
137,241
5,423

11,245

40,497
37,610

15,776
6,772
17,214
32,613
537
43,836


..... 1,995.214


10,885 23,751

220,000 11,536
49,788 6,116

361,630 49,251
41,080 164,976

183,688 43,700
427,327 100,581
19,E67 ,961B
....... 473,014
2,442 170,7V8
20 1,540


869,770

856
20,951

168,529
61,855
307,464
87,604
5,833

8,393

42,379
15,427

2,407
6,768
6,187
12,371
Z,040
120,706


37,161,823


376,240

224,400
73,860

504,660
4,148,995

253,903
958,081
21,505
6,324,J62
5,51_,979
46,183











SHIPMITS OF MERCHANDISE AND GOLD AND SILVER FROM THE UNITED STATES TO PUERTO F ICO-AUILST, 1945-Continued

S- --_ -__- --S- -F- .


ano -u.r --

nieheat feeds, bran, middlings, etc..........tr. ..... .
Other feed..... ......... .. ..... ........ to, 5
bnans, dri-+d................ ..... .......... b. 5,174
peas, stedr .. ................................. b.I 206,814
Vegetb le., fresh:
-14,034,80

-e .* .: 1E:
15,59303
,..-..* -. : ** .- 122,482

I lb
Sou ;s..................... ......... ...... ,?'
295
+ '.-' .-c- 123,O70
Toat' Juice..............................Ib. 125.75
Other canlian vegetables rnd jauces......... lb. 12i0,497
Pickle.s................................ .. ..... b. 9,072
hetchrp, chili sauce, ard tc5.to t;rble
auce....... ........... ................... 38, 36
L.. *: i jr .- .. 1,879
0 r .-. 150,541
V.r- .. 16,140
r ... .. 131.9 5
'.rrr .r .. rr j.r ...- ........ .
k:e,;' ,r.it
Apples .... ....... ....... ....... ... ..........
P 4, '250
_r e -. r .......
Dr. -r: 1 ? ** fr .
.. .,.. 23,914
S-r : .

Peaches ................................lb. 2,295
P I 1-. 4 ...
Pr--' :. r 5.= '
hther canned fruits ........................b. 4 .
Preserved fruits, elies and Jasm........... .
I i' i ". .-


tatonsec il, rftnea ......................b. S 40
Soybean .. 179,9.
,Cooking '- r '' *, ,. 199,175
Maher e r.. ........ 89338
Cocoa, -. 138,491

pices .... .18,497
I.ho ol.te .cs I ,481
ther c t riuy .............. ...... ........ b.. ,.45
eanfectl<.is, n.e.s......... .............0... .9"'
Chewi u .. ............. .... ...... ... Ib. '
alt extract aud at sirup ................
ar. liquor .......... ....... ... ..... .. .. .
Sy... .. .......
Other distilled uors .............. ;f. .
Wines. ................... .................'.. i *.l.) ",
Sirups and flavors for beverages........... .- -.

ier ruit jices.. ........................ ... i. ..
uther r 'r



;ro0.. 2.--'egetable products indi2ble,
Except Fibers and Wood.................. i

v-va s hoes with rubber soles ..............5pr.
Rubber heels ............................. doz.pr.
.,rji.i#ls' rubber ,uflr.es............c.......
hubaer balloons, tyvs, and halls................
Hard rabber oxa ......4.......5. .............
Ties:

Other 6itmobi riss. ................. .No. | I .
syr-Scoale i2...-r tm.e .................. ,

Other ,c.sicni: :w t e. ... .......... .....N. .-
Tire su,:r.es r-ne rep-ir ter ('i. a........... Ib. .
LunbEer bat- arn btltins......................Ib.
rubber -+e. ................... ............... 11,373

ap.V0hecr n-5e.r sul inb+1.. l... .............. ..........
ut..r r. .~ter 'in atnufiietireo........ ..... ..

^ir.'s. 'erbs-Is, cnvc .iiiar rLt, crudae........ I ,375
L.nreed a ...................................1. 115,057
either irae.ib :i[s '+ f'.t............. .....I,. .......
!++or i?: rr oi : Ln oi' ................... i.
.ie e, i~, u..nu i >r ajil+++ irf .e-
fvur oiL .................................... 7.59

it.:,. rlkicr ler ++>++::>+............ .
irs :r ..................... ......... 1-.

.erer e f............................. ....b.
i ,,.rr +pcrr{+++ + ............................*
L iarxt tn c ................... ..... .......... ;. 1?
>ra' f.. t w ... ua ,S ...... ... ... .

.t.5r +iV + ini f1++. ................... ....7. ;7+ 4,7
.3i + ...................................... Z. 7.i




t t .) rS + r...........


4,069 124,775

e 9, 57-
...-. ,S

A.? 14,079,576
** 4 I 972,752

'.,"- 18,000
c 147,442
191 2,045
*** '4,75

28 | 1
11,827 ?5E,640
1,112 '
1.915 .!',4..
5,205 16,571

,. 54,a84
541 3,198
51,989 274,769
10,511 212,318
15,956 142,855
22,572 108,016

250

962 7,455

6,574 35,013
:0,3'3 1353,S04

351 2,856
617j 5,060
.. ...... .| .. .. ,:
-. ..I 6,090
7.535
5,2881 41,311
12,025 42,850
96i 490

34,972 2Z7,820
2l,303 146,11l
17,128 150, 77?
11,590 51,715
3,118 20,919
Sr ^ci %5 411


25,207
4,370
5,213
1,$o9

7,774

aS
1i,990



1,987



7,Z46
99,932

19


7.2
7,<
U

17,092
92,197
6,;d7
13,172
1,73..

i),369
S0,409

131,701

4, OSI

3,0U0




.4,49.

4
444,3 7
1, i'3

c.CJ
"1>'95


u MU. l .I .r i -. 1 ; -. r oI. : .. w .
ij--If----_ i \-juaianrtI


.C sk .. i .... l. i a ... .. .. ..
Manufacture s-C-i* nus

.'-- ri s...recture of cot* R............. 1

:'* r thread, tirne, eornr a t a m -

"..r e, -r-: -! i .:-~3 -
*-r di.- :e '-**r ,1
'.* r gray coln, '..e.s., i.reut3n
*.- fabr cs....................
Pirlshed cloth, blesched, dyed,
printed, stiffened, or otherwise
converted and coloredd yaps fabrics-
40 inches ~dde nd narro~er-
Drill, twills, and warp sateenss-
oleached............................a


w *.r ---
P.... .. .1. 5
c, e.c-e .. 0, a.
u.*1 i t r ,L- :.e.: t', ~1

(ioer tchn 40 incnes-
'-o .s .. .. 1 ya

oPr.r, r .. ..m f ri-y.
Corded ,armroac-oa .... .. -
Printcl tr,-
n--.:. .. .. ya.
Di c .r. r, e i+-ce ... ,2.
PrT : e..'] .. j .
ten. s ya
Colored yamrn fabries--
Deni s ................................s or y
Suitings, twills, coverts,
cottonades .........................s yd.
Chanbrays.. .................. ........so.yd-1
Other color-*. ..-r I ir:.:, a
Fine goods ar -tr-. c:t.-n I', r.cs-
Voiles, or; *'-.r:, .--. .:
batiste, c: .2 3
otherr ccmbed and fine carded goods
n.e.s. .......... ................ q.yd
cotton and rayon fixtures


.: t tr : :a:n 1c -.- i .:p
.- o- : *.r I .:. .
Cotton loves a.. .ittens..................doz.pr+


12 ... .





1.0.1
2 '.





i..
5 .',








95

'cS

L,4





44.
529



2..f .


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..... .. ..... ... .I.. '
Ir .- .
., t...
453.



1 .7 C,


.-. .


cr cs................................. .... .
4 cs ( uaOntit :,-. : '.
o.nd 55231 415 ..
S dS bOys' --- 5
pants... ....................... ... 4. .
110r we Ofintl 5- .
...er roal 3r -:...- -. '.c*.r0: ..'.
i. ,.nualct ures:




,i : 1 > r f .* r .. .. .. ... .... ...... ..




+ S,:+ t ... .......... i .


quenr3 .r. s


r


14 9, it oas-




.,.. Br er I7..
C : .. ..
S..... ., .
. ... -'. ,. I..-- .. J : .: r .. .
-. ci :er .'. e .r, i .' ie.r., 5.-'- .. '..2 '


_"__ _-_rc c




.
..-. i".' .r or -rJ o : ... -:r-3 .
r-v e f ci-_c s r ..





,.i. ,. .r r d o: .
CI'.. Car -' : t ,doz,.



"er .



a.-s .i Ju, .- ..- : ', .


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7,.'-7
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5.,.'









5. ,440
.49f1
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., 4







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* ,: .
",-


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7e,. I. qi "





B.i.'. .3,i459
8k I "s. ; ., 2



3, 56 1,10 '

2,3l l.ii"







It,-3' < ,6, 7
.6241 ,..l"-




"E,9: i^.,3!.
dIo,'32 4 .,!37
34,.4 : ., .


.4,439


54,739






!0,771
59,661
7,541

7, SBt4

3I .44








18,796
301 .C.d


S.196

36,026
54,253
LI,.I'61


If., 787

Q6.e'9


-.,622


5.7





2,247












..,.3 :
419




















6.2.37
J.W4

2 ..*47
_60























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S.
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9.
-,<77










SHIPM'TTS OF MERCtANDISE AND GOLD AND SILVER FROM THE UNITED STATES TO PUERTO RICO-AUGUST, 1945--Continued


COuLaOD1Y Pii.-uilu .4 UNIT OF 4U I qun ity (d olrs)


Group 5S-Textile Fibers and
Manufactures-Continued

Rayon and synthetic textiles-Continued
Dresses, skirts and blouses...................
Hosiery:
Women's and children's...............doz.pr.
Men's socks .........................doz.pr.
Knit underwear ........................ ... doz.
Woven underwear.......................... dot.
Ribbons, braids and trimming. .... .
Other synthetic *'. le rr..J.ctur: .
Linoleum and felt-base floor coverings....aq.yd.
Oilcloth for shelf, table and wall........sq.yd.
Pyroxylin and other coated or
impregnated fabrics ..................... sq.yd.
Corsets, brassieres and girdles............. No.
Neckties, cravats and scarfsa................doz.
Hat braids, strips and sheets of
natural fibers or synthetic textiles........yd.
Hats of straw, palm leaf, etc................No.
Wool felt hats...............................No.
Other hats, caps and berets..................No.
Artificial flowers, fruits, etc...............
Matresses, cotton, kapok, moss and hair.....No.
Absorbent cotton, gauze and sterilized
bandages................................... b.
Other textiles................................


weight
(pounds)


GO ljD i b.CiPTlPTIO ai0) Ui.;IT Of wUAnTIfY


F F + SF


32.345
15,408

730
9,952
1,045


5,760
9,691
17,297

782

35,732


67,740

24,639
5,401
8.326
26,593
24,004
160,739
10,515
3,641

864
10,952
10,026


3,594
8,059
20,404
7,979
11,300

18,320
18,412


Group 4.-Wood and Paper............................. 755,801


Railroad ties, including sawed .......... bd.ft.
Piling ..................................lin.ft.
Telegraph, trolley and electric light
poles.......................................No.
Sawed timber............................M bd.ft.
Boards, planks and scantlings:
Cypress...............................M bd.ft.
Douglas fir, dressed..................M bd.ft.
Southern pine-
Rough..............................U bd.ft.
Dressed.............................M bd.ft.
Other softwoods...................... bd.ft.
Hardwoods............................M o.ft.
Barrels, casks and hogsheads..................No.
Doors, sashes and blinds.................... No.
Trimmings and moldings................... ln.ft.
Other millwork and house fixtures...............
Chairs...................................... No.
Wood furniture, chief value of wood............
Wood furniture, chief value of upholstery.......
Other wood manufactures ........................
Cork manufactures............................
Paper base stocks...............................
Newsprint...................................lb.
Book paper, not coated........................b.
orecieprt.i ard waterproof paper.............. b.
wr.app.rg Faer, except Kraft................. lb.
'rift -r poui._ paper.........................lb.
rij.Ue ~a IrC paper......... .............lb.
Toilet paper ................................lb.
Paper towels and napkins.....................lb.
Box board ..... ............................lb.
Other paper board ..........................lb.
Fiber insulating board 7/16 inch and
over in thicess.................................t.
Filing folders, index cards and
other office forms........................... lb.
Writing paper, including fancy writing
paper ...................................... I
Paper bags.................................. Ib.
Boxes and cartons.......................... lb.
Envelopes ...................................lb.
Other paper and paper products...................

Group 5.-Nonmetallic Minerals ...........

Coal ................................ .. ...Lton
Coke................................ .... L.ton
Gasoline..................................... -
Kerosene....................................bbl.
Gas oil and distilled fuel oil.............. bbl.
Residual fuel oil ...........................bbl.
Lubricating oil.................,...............
Lubricating greases ......................... lb.
Petroleum asphalt ...........................L.ton
Other petroleum products.......................
Cement...............................376-lb.bbl.
Lme .... ......................... ....... ..00-lb.bbl.
Cylinder, crown and sheet glass...........sq.ft.
Plate and other glass..........................
Unfilled glass containers......................
Tumblers, drinking glasses and stemware,
plain, cut, or engraved ................... No.
Table glassware, n.e.s., plain, cut,
engraved or otherwise uecorated............No.
Other glassware...............................
Pottery, chi;'n!, r C.. ,L, e- 1 r I
Table and ,r i ,r rr..:_ '. .
Closet bowls and enter closet sets............
Electr: .:...
For e: '..r, volts ................. Ib.
For 6600 volts and over. ................ .Ib.
Other lottery .................... ............
Fire clay brick ..............................No.'


106
3,000

130
5Z32




467
928

1,458
3,875
154


2,875






1,252,517
109,273
40,881
131, 1.1
6- Si I
3i.i46
d.6,'1




152,L1 3

6,1.46 '

-**Blo46 I


7,057
800

3,855
1,471




26,358
71,395

109,789
9,174
1,202

486
11,501
41,635
18,073
553,307
11,360
471
31,488
11,157
7,704






4. ,i.93
5,- :5




S..1,I
,:;3,


9,247

7,825
2,558
2,335
6,706
5,714
55,956
122,594
12,973

882
3,482
1.,'A

..........
2,035
4,534
10,587
2,534
49,204

54,320
34,814

16,395,387

455,700
89,400

200,000
169,300




so. 9 ,'.l



4,.40, '

<,-;4 I




56,160 4
014, icu

7dii6- II
i3 .44 I




L.1 id
45, 104




9i,;.5

in,Lia

S.Ol, '

29.5;B 1


il.,zl9 6~8 447' 37,9.;
:.9 66 ,543 i,i-.6d
,i,' s 1 i, 0:7 38,90
1C09.4 3 I 431,,.j.

.... 4 ,96 11,.69,s4d

.50 i '.847 1,1v", 1
si! i .,51 1i,146,6YX,


0. Z l :. 3 I


i59,.i I ,l"S 16as 5
11 i 463 S:,.
i. l ;l' ,1 !?



0. ,4 I 42 3 '4,'i
S11. I:. u; ',47 .o I
j)4,jl 443 QLB e5'








l I; 53 |6,

j?,177 2..35iL 164, o -
-6


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I'.


',aL". i


ioD.st |
i.'.'., 46

-. 4
6


Group 5.--.omnetallic Minerals--Continued

Other brick...................................
Earthen floor and wall tiles............... q.ft.
Other terra-cotta and ceramic
manufactures ..................... .............
Other clay and clay products ....................
Abrasives.....................................
Asbestos:
Asbestos, unmanufactured..................L.ton
Textiles, yam and packing ..................lb.
Brake lining ..................................
Other asbestos manufactures, n.e.s.............
Asphalt and bitumen, natural.....................
Rock wool and other semi-rigid and "fill"
mineral insulating materials ..................
Sulfur ..........................................
Salt..................................... ... lb.
Other nonmetallic minerals and mineral
products................................ .......

Group 6.-Metals and Manufactures,
Except Machinery and Vehicles............


,let
quantity





33,956


.,589,729


dollars ) weight
(pounds)


391
8,207

3,613
680
5,554



8,493
3,480
1,676


279
22,255

157,127


18,125
80,315

153,401
22,184
18,714



13,084
3,929
50,154


1,334
1,674,667

316,152


.......... 774,0461 10,572,065


Iron and steel:
Iron ore..................................L.ton ........
Steel bars, cold finished .................. lb. 1,455
Concrete reinforcement bars.................lb. 3,114,541
Steel bars, not containing alloy............ Ib. 72,581
Other iron and steel bars................... lb. 16,791
Iron and steel plates...................... lb. 146."15
Iron and steel sheets, galvanized ........... b. 1,6"'',613
Tin plate and taggers' tin.................. b. 52,225
Structural iron and steel:
Tanks (storage).............................b 11,235
Structural shapes-
Not fabricated ........................L.ton 136
Fabricated............................ L.ton 533
Sash and frames of iron or steel.......... b........
Metal lath and sheet piling ...............lb. 5,304
Railway track material:
Rails ..................................L.ton ..........
Rail joints, splice bars, fish
plates and tie plates.....................lb. 31,475
Switches, frogs and crossings............l.b. .........
Boiler tubes................................ lb. 27,159
Malleable-iron screwed pipe fittings........lb. 11,798
Cast-iron pressure pipe and fittings........lb. 97,104
Cast-iron soil pipe and fittings............b. 229,436
Welded black steel pipe .....................Ib. 142,226
Welded galvanized pipe:
Steel....................................lb. 506,970
Wrought iron ............................. Ib. ..........
Other tubular products and fittings......... lb. 52,424
Iron and steel wire, uncoated ...............b. ..........
Galvanized wire .............................lb. 234,653
Barbed wire................................ b. 132,952
Woven-wire fencing..........................lb. 95,746
Woven-wire screen cloth .................... lb. 24,064
Wire rope and wire strand..................lb. 35,882
Electric welding rods and wire.............. lb. 22,346
Other wire manufactures..................... lb. 174,108
Wire nails .................................lb. 827.145
Other nails, tacks and staples .............. 1b. 31,736
Bolts, machine screws, nuts, rivets
and washers.......................... ....... b. 48,07
Iron and steel castings....................bn.b 8,347
Railway car wheels, tires and axles.........lb. 48,400
Iron and steel forgings, n.e.s..............lb. 81,146
Safety-razor blades ..........................C 21.619
Table and kitchen cutlery .................doz. 5,950
Other cutlery and parts...................................
Tin and galvanized hollow wire..............lb. 36,089
Tin cans, finished or unfinished............. b. 91,691
Lavatories, sinks and other plumbing
fixtures of enameled iron or steel .........No. 17
Enameled household ano hospital ware........lb. 90,820
Sheetmetal lockers, storage cabinets
and filing cases .................. ....................
Other office furniture and fixtures.....................
Metal beds and bed springs.................No. 5,866
Other metal furniture......................... .........
Gas stoves, ranges and heaters............._No. 24
Kerosene heating and cooking stoves.........No. 108
Other stoves and parts, except electric.................
Saw and blades............................ .........
Files and rasps.............................doz. 5,149
Hammers and hatchets........................doz. 229
Shovels, spades, scoops and drainage tools...doz. 91
Other hand tools and parts, n.e.s.......................
Padlocks or iron, steel, brass and bronze..doz. 1,933
Door locks, and lock sets of iron,
steel, brass or bronze................... doz. 419
Hinges and butts, iron or steel........ doz.pr. 826
Other builders' hardware................................
Other hardware .............................. ..........
Sprocket and other power transmission chain.lb. 9,736
Other chains...............................lb. 18,754
Scales and balances......................... No. 159
Metal drums and containers for oil,
gas, and other liquids ................... .Ib. 62,102
Other iron and steel
manufactures................................... ....
Aluminum and manufactures..............................
Copper:
Refined copper in ingots,
bars, etc ................................ lb ........
Pipes and tubes............................lb. 23.492


178
120,324
2,800
3,256
12,441
85,741
3,435

1,754

8,173
3,458

360


1,455
3,114,640
72,598
17,309
146,715
1,679,151
57,068

11,468

309,818
75,550

5,504


..... 2 1.475
1,532 $1,475
. ........ ..... .


2,156
2,455
3,699
7,965
5,961

26,801

5,456

13,122
5,469
7,237
4,111
5,403
4,731
8,761
36,565
2,512

5,098
681
1,250
4,172
34,186
7,645
10,812
6,104
8,104

989
32,166

1,928
3,934
42,055
5,486
1,329
1,516
6,486
6,577
6,623
1.793
1,267
17,417
6,628

2,052
1,579
1,890
22,105
2,570
2,515
3,873

4,962

53,454
10,132


27,199
12,517
97,104
229,521
142,226

506,970

53.464

236,949
134,304
95,746
24,139
38,603
23,117
174,742
882,203
55,671

52,057
8,897
48,400
853856
23,650
7,401
18,552
38,579
95,861

6,793
101,550

4,827
35,176
276,781
21,167
5,785
5,603
29,951
8,384
8,879
5,541
5,086
69,648
10,413

4,593
6,159
6,271
65,060
10,693
20,633
16,584

42,500

750,711
17,328


S..... .. 27,374











SHIPLNTS OF MERCHANDISE AND GOLD AND SILVER PHO THE UNITED STATES TO PUERTO IC )-AU'IUST, 1945-Continued


COMNlUDiTY DElCklFPTrIh J.D 'P lT O F ..UA]TI
_i

Group 6.-Metaie ia mHar-n'.. i..re5.
Except Machinery and Vehicles-Cont.

Jopper--Cont Lruea
Pl.tar ina h*reel. D1.,
Wire (bars).............................. lb.
Rubber-covered copper wire ...................b.
i n rr. roof opperwire.................... b.
Otnea- nsatLea copper wire ............... lb
Other copper manufactures.....................
Brass and Bronze:
Pipe fittings and valves..................lb.
Plumberse brass goods. ......................l
Hardware of brass or bronze (excluding
locks)....................................
Other brass and bronze manufactures ...........
Lead:
P11s n9 d bars .............................lb.
Sneel s,. pipes, etc.........................lb.
Solder ..................................... Ib.
Other lead manufactures......................
Other metals and metal composition manufactures.
Platinum and allied metals..................t.oz.
Silver and gold manufactures, except Jewelry....
Group 7 -Machinery and Vehicles.......
Generators:


Net wi.e Srapping
Ccil rm.i SIel r.t

quar .Llt 7 I.U rJI \ (p ou nds)





2,028 484 2,263
5,005 2,056 5,110
1,598 411 1,835
1'.4r0 3,846 16,578
,L.C44 6,901 23,737
......... 1,460 2,464

1,206 323 1,411
19,957 8,209 21,533

...... 5 90
.......... 7,472 28,052

45,790 5,982 45,918
4,734 428 4,754

1.: ', -,e"
. 6,654 ?,616

.... .1.7 5 .6
......... i 774,5.69i .,6 4_


Direct current generators.................No. .
Alternating currer,' .ererta rs. N..
Steam turbine ge-eri'or .'i.s
5/4 and under 5; artj .. .. ........
Under 3/4 kilowatts .................................
500 kilowatts and over...................... ........
Accessories, and.parts, for generators.......... .........
Welding sets:
Motor-generator type......................No. 2
Non-rotat r; t.yp.... ....- ... .. '.1 1
Electrical en-raur,- .tis p.-erel ojy ,Ie.ie I
fnlibs, i.'smbieL -jr u,..r :- h.1. 1
PLfr-corint.ire.3 lighting outfits, n.e.s....... No. 1
Wind-driven generators......................No* ..........
Batteries....................................- ..........
Capacitors, 1/2 kilovolt ampere and over.....No. ..........
Transforming or converting apparatus:
Power transformers, over 500 kilovolt
ap e r* ... N 1
Dnstrirutulon Lrr,..inlnr5. ', 5.. .f Iirt
amperes and under.........................No.1 12
Instrument tr-nsfcmers .. Nc 980
Other tr.r.if'wrr.. .. .... N. ........
Mercury p rr iiiers ..... .. ..........
Rotating .:an -r.ers:
Under 800 1o.GrLLS .. .... N.
300 kilowatt, ina n ver .... .1 ...........
Complete bttery chargers, nonrotating.....No.1 25
Transmission and distribution apparatus:
Feeder volta.,a r..iatori. .... .. ...........
Switchboard ar, ria... j. b ,na. excepL
telephone................. ..............-- .......
Oil circuit breakers and vitc,.. ..........
Power switches, circuit vr-aiar-, ard
parts, over 10 amperes.................... ..........
Fuse p.lu, s .... .... No. 7,500
Other rI,,e .. .... .o.l 17,985
Watt-hjor u. .lrnir aeiirj.r- ,eltrg NO. 1,604
Electric LnCiL..ri g nsru err. .. No. 12
Electric recording instruments ............No. 1
Electric testing apparatus and parts, n.e.s.- ..........
Lighting arresters, choke coils and p s... .........
Motors, starters and controllers:
Motors, 1/3 horsepower and ,uer NC. 19
Motors, over 1/5 and under I -..rger.:-r ho 28
Stationary motors:
1 to 20:1 nuorel ~rr .. .. 26
Over 200 n. ro, .. r .........
Railway i; .r i '.. ..........
Electric i705i3'. .'. ri. .v,. -;r
and .r. t a- .. ........
Stati:r, -,ren:.u.e, .i-. f..-i. r i *.rav* ,
powered by electric storage battery,
whether or not containing conveying,
lifting, stacking, or similar accessory
d.ica -. N
lec,.l mc in li'srl -.-1 ,,.i r l rs,
n.* a .N: .i......... .
St^rtin; uid 7-,mroLanrq, .i- 1rier l j.J
parts, for industrial motors...............-- ...
Starting and controlling equipment, and
parts, for electric railway and vehicle
motors ..................................... --
Accessories and parts for motors............. ..........
Portable electric tools.....................No. 25
Electric household refrigerators.............No.
Electric commercial refrigerators, up to
1 ton..... .............................. ... 22
par s rt r el-.:lrlc re-fr! -*r...r -- ..........
Fi r,-. '.* I -. 400
-c'riL .i r- 12
Electric incandescent lamps:
Small filament lamps, miniature and
candelabra bIas 86459
Large filamer, 'a i 28,583
Fluorescent t..tL ..., 1.- 00
Vapor and r ..r., .-'. 416
Searchlights and airport beacons.............No.. 2
Flood .1is ...


Electrt: -r .3 r ." -rl-, 4
Electr:: .1 .. -- .
Electric dom tic vacuum cleaners...........--
Electric don.stic vcuu cleaner rts........- .......


. .


3,866

834
196

685
480

29,243



2,074

1,646
2,738


150

1153






2,459
294
544
13,874
202
254
657


553
939

1,408


4,569

5,676
415

1,095
480

174,729



9,800

5,420
5,552



76

64






6,150
414
593
21,104
75
255
266


.. ., iI


4,457


806


276
5,589
769
142

4,921
5,875
a *


9goo


5S
10,339
455
660

10,417
7,215
110
712


784 451
6,350 3,464
166 295
94 29
478 629

470 964
300 320


he L Value Snipping
:aLMW.:-.? t.h.PTIIC 4.5 .1.1 ,.. .". u.-ln ioO ) I e t


.r.ju -a.cL.r.s, ana Jerc Ie ls-C int

Electric domestic motor-driven devices
n.e.s., except It'.. .. t 1 u5 SO
L tirlc f. ir,..a .... hi 1,4098 I.S" 9,164
Electric r.."ri.' -a.* c .. Nc.' 7 298 681
Lictcri: c.re ,-r ...-tors., *I.*.*. y.d
waffle rnr, ... .... tc. 6 12 20
Electric aomesLic helinr or e:.jun
devices. u nstnal. ma par ,. n.e -.......... .45 25,40
Electric industrial melting and refining
furnace, and parts.......................... ... .... .....
-:I'ric Lnast.ri neat-tre .:r,.; u-rices.
3 r ..... ..... .........
:Ie c. : i, d ri trLing dae.'i;.,
.r. -.t -. e .- .......... 2,72 1,8
-ry lutes.. .. h. 14 951 169
I- 1- r ar 1 .-.rts -........ 1,469
t-ieia '.n p arsi i pe n l -i B ri.
hadio receiving tube..,. ...... .......... ...




r. .ii. .Jl and communication devices.........e s:,177




O .rr electrical apparatus:
..Litrj .arnk:
iron and steel..... .................... ...b. 5646 ...................
- Radio ,a,' i ,J pnrts -. ...... 1,906 1l,10
hadio r.a eiv.r :- .- 5 53z 5$8
adi receiving tubes.................... No. 6,.16 8 ,08 1,377
ilr signal and cameunicatlon devices.........-- .......... 12,87 8,177
5.',er electrical apparatus:
Starting, lighting, and igg tion equipment
except spark plugs.... ......... 8,89 14,45
Insulatng material, ..-. w .. 3 385 987
Rigid metal conduit:
Iron and steel............................lb.| 56,46 385 S6,465
Ot.er .... .... ...................... .... .... ........
MeLg metal c *nduit: 56-i4 r i,6r.
boxes ....................................... .......... 2.207 B.066
Sockets, outlets, fuse blocks, lighting



cr r.rr naprtes and ine ........ateria.........- .......... 6, 16,720
.r e.-.rei: lichiner and apparatus, n.e.d -- .......... i,




ilnaustur,=a ,~c ,,e r
-ear-ce-r ....re .. ... ........ .. ..3,482 5SS.
.o1 ooi.e. r parot fluorescent........ ...... ... .... 10,647 14,886
Steam boileris, lighting fixtures and
p^r-.. .. .. .......... I ........ .....-. ... 1~ 1 o50 2.666
01 O. r w. r-r.- *-pr-lies and line material. ......... S64C 16,720
0u'fer ere'.rkc.:, a.achinery and apparatus, n.e. s- 9,49g' 19,.51
1irnOLr, *.Lmc'd' rry,
iC'~n..,,.4-JAir, lurcins,... NG.. -. .. ............. .........
Locomotive parts ara c-es-sr-e:. 17,441 34,230
Steam boilers, fire ..ao '-r L...7...... r5 6"5 6,200 18,a56


Other steam engines, condensers, heaters
and acces'-e? .
Steam s, .: .




Other ,:r r ,rUr. e.-. -pmrl an pr..s.
Mining. 1.omsi wre., *c. 0.,
refining machinery ....................................
Centrifug.' ri i.. 14
Deepwell t.rrir.e Fp.ms .........
Other punm: a r6 r? : ... ..........
Metal-wor.. r n-n -y ............
Sewing machines-
For domestic use ... 21S
For factory or iLonLsir.i e .... '; 126
Sewing machine parts ...................... ..........
Bakery machinery and parts..................... ........
Woodworking machnry......
Bottling, -t. ei--s ru-." .'.a o.1tii
labeling machinery and parts............................
Ice-making and r-fri._ers.r, r. .inent .. ..........
Self-contained .ir--: ,ri'. r.ar.g arr.ls
ird op rt .. .. ..........
Air- ir,Ini ,riri.; ISu.-ant .r.: 1-1

Air c.mor. 'rs .. ....r .. 1
Laun r .. ..-.r .eri .., .. .. .. ..........
Iron Va. s., L =5 -i"-s ."r ,
water, oil and ;.s 256
Other industrial Ir.-. r .5 ." .... .
List-adding machines........................No.. 22


: .-e .,- Wr .. ... .....


.1 -er .:1"i'' : ., L -- ... .. ..
Printing and bookbinding machinery............. ..........
Horse and power plows.......................No. 6
Other cultivating implements an parts..................
Wheel tracklaying tractors........ ........No. 8
Parts and accessories for tractors............. .......
Other agricultural machinery, implements
and parts. ............... ................... .....
Motor trucks, busses, and chassis.......... No. 25
Passenger cars an chassis..... ...... ...... 16
Automobile parts except battery boxes,
tires, inner tubes, fan oelts and
engines............... ..... ....... ............
Automobile -.,-: .........
Pumps for .. r ar. '.
Automobile service ., -; r :r' ...........
Cycles and parts (e. :.' -* ..........


1,022
2,10e
781


5,725
268,013

2,423
2,219


9,950

7,997
13,537
4,264
7,379


6,704
1,429

712

1,629
6,668
1,659

4.!;l
-.1.


5,457
235

4,521
!'.'.3"



4, 2

11.679
44,724



I34,614
10.712

-.."- 1


3,S22
2,135
3.450
;.886
'..2i7
23,5 O'
181,819

,720
1.390

5'-.,455
ic.i71

26,107
15,992
7,146
16,487


8,078
2,966

1,781

7,692
12,737
o,450

14,202

L.,'Ot
862

1,.05
630
782
8,175
19. 70
724
17,145
77,104
70,145

76,835
157,985
48,310


339,040
23,056
145
6,547
13,009


______ ~_


:j











SHIPMENTS OF DOMESTIC AND FOREIGN MERCHANDISE FROM THE UNITED STATES TO PUERTO RICO-AUGUST, 1945-Continued

Net Value Shipping t a Shipping
COMMODITY DEBCRIPTIOe ANDi UNIT OF QUA3TIT (doNea) Vau C1Ti DESCRIPTION AND UNIT OF QUANTITY do [ ippweight
quantity (dollar) (pounds) quantity (dollars) (Iund)h
____ ____I(pound$) 11 (pounds)___________ ___ ___I___


Group 7.-Machinery and Vehicles-Cont.

Aircraft engine parts and accessories...........
1Iheelbarrows. .................................No.
Pushcarts and hand trucks................... No.
Wheels, except automobile and car............No.
Other vehicle and parts.........................
Ordnance combat vehicles, and parts .............


50
952


4,675

436
7,173
9,714
iS


2,886

1,040
55,011
32,426
50


Group 8.-Chemicals and Related Products.. .......... 1,571,6135 35,435,799


Coal-tar products............................. .........
White mineral oil...........................gal 1,680
Vitamines and vitasterols, n.e.s.............lb. 22,373


Biologies:
Serums and antitoxins for human use ..........
Vaccines for human use........................
Other biologics..............................
Elidxrs, tinctures, extracts and ampoules,
and similar liquid solution....................
Tablets, pills, capsules, powders, ointments
and similar manufactures.......................
Medicinal chemicals (U.S.P.) for
prescription use..............................
Household medicinal chemicals and
pharmaceuticals in small packages ..............
Mouth washes, gargles and personal
antiseptics..................................
Salves and ointments..........................
Cold, cough, and bronchial preparations ........
Tonic, blood purifiers, emulsions and
appetizers...................................
Laxatives, purgatives and cathartics...........
Milk of magnesia................................
Digestive preparations..........................
Headache, neuralgia and pain remedies...........
Other proprietary medicinal preparations........
Agricultural insecticides, fungicides
and similar preparations and materials.........
Household and industrial insecticides and
exterminators..............................lb.
Household and industrial disinfectants,
deodorants, germicides, repellents and
similar preparations ........................lb.
Baking powder...............................lb.
Polishes....................................lb.
Flavoring extracts .............................
Other chemical specialty compounds..............
Acids and anhydrides......................... b.
Alcohols.....................................
Other organic chemicals......................lb.
Aluminum sulphate ...........................lb.
Bleaching powder ............................lb.
Hydroxide (caustic soda)...................... lb.
Other sodium compounds....................... b.
Gases, compressed, liquefied and solidified.....
Other industrial chemicals......................
Mineral earth and chemical pigments..........lb.
Bituminous paints, liquefied and plastic........
Paste and semi-paste paint colors in oil,
putty and paste wood filler................. lb.
Kalsomine or cold water paints (dry).........lb.
Nitrocellulose and other cellulosic lacquers:
Pigmented................................gal.
Clear.....................................gal.
Thinners for nitrocellulose
and other cellulosic lacquers.............gal.
Ready-mixed paints, stains and enamels......gal.
Varnishes, natural or synthetic.............gal.
Ammonium sulphate............................lb.
Other nitrogenous chemical materials.........lb.
Superphosphate ..............................lb.
Potassic fertilizer materials................ lb.
Nitrogenous phosphatic types.................lb.
Prepared fertilizer mixtures................. lb.
Other fertilizer................................
Toilet or fancy soap.........................lb.
Laundry soap ............................... lb.
Powdered or flaked soap......................lb.
Scouring bricks, pastes, powders, soap
and washing powder .........................lb.
Other soaps.................................lb.
Dental creams.............................. lb.


55,3536


9,868
87,020
22,027


6,727

9,718

2,500
118,000
83,613


51,464


22,902
62,072

923
382

8,268
32,729
695
17,129,400

10,752,640
1,174,000

300,110

266,250
z,302,191
40,812

206,450
14,212
43,109


2,089
829
72,797


10,577
2,308
31,608

23.599

18,774

47,414

11,073

274
10,996
6,471

63,554
12,541
14,872
12,336
4,922
48,991

7,664

8,236


1,562
8,655
4,087
19,819
32,911
1.004
2,421
3,532

99
3,382
1,956
10,976
5,868
5,668
2,666

1,155
9,686

2,646
843

7,861
63,628
1,694
257,616

91,541
16, 07

6.672

50,883
164,964
5,663

11,584
8,440
24,015


20,539
13,876
53,754


1,664
206
4,895

36,565

15,038

56,044

29,752

1,077
16,699
16,757

131,991
25,247
192,344
21,995

'?,4"'

44,223

63,142


14,525
128,421
28,504
34,287
297,355
7,840
20,610
11,221

2,725
123,250
86,420
159,192
88,631
55,874
145,911

23,865
110,107

9,270
3,466

64,021
450,770
7,090
17,166,900

10,752,640
1,185,740

303,160

299,171
2,425,953
45,744

259,604
19,195
59,775


Group 8.-Chemicals and Related
Products--Continued

Talcum powder................. ...................
Face and compact powder .........................
Cold creams ......................... ........ lb.
Other creams, lotions and balms.................
Rouges and other cosmetics.....................
Hair preparations................................
Perfumery and toilet waters......................
Other toilet preparations........................
Other chemicals and related products.............


....9,429.





....... ...


Group 9.-Miscellaneous.............. .... ...... .....


Motion picture sound equipment ..................
Motion picture films .......................linft.
Other sensitized films, not exposed
rolls or packs................................No.
Photographic paper............................lb.
Other photographic apparatus and supplies........
Optical goods...................................
Dental office equipment and supplies.............
Surgical and medical instruments ................
Surgical appliances.............................
Other scientific and professional
instruments, apparatus and supplies..............
Pianos...................................... No.
Phonographs..................................No.
Phonograph records ..............................
Other musical instruments, parts and
accessories....................................
Pencils......................................
Fountain pens................................doz.
Ink including printing and lithographice.........
Carbon paper................................lb.
Other office supplies...........................
Dolls and parts..................................
Children's wheel goods and parts................
Mechanical toys..................................
Toys, n.e.s .....................................
Athletic and sporting goods....................
Firearms, Ammunition, and
pyrotechnics..................................
Bound educational textbooks......................
Other bound books.................. .... ...... ...
Catalogs and pamphlets...........................
Lithographically printed matter, except
maps..................................... ... .
Other printed matter............................
Clocks electric except parts.................No.
Clocks, n.e.s. except electric:
1-day lars clocks. ......................... o.
Mantel, novelty nd mil clock.............No.
Other clocks and psrts..................... .
Watches:
Without jewels............................No.
With jewels.................................No.
parts except jewel bearings ...................
Jewelry. .......................................
Bottle and container closures............... gross
Composition roofing, asphalt and
asbestos, etc.................. .......... square
Buttons and parts ...........................ross
Lamps and illuminating devices except
electric. .......................................
Matches............................... .......
Brushes. .................................... doz.
Combs.........................................No.
Umbrellas and parasols........................No.
Candles ..................................... .b.
Notions, cheap novelties, and specialties........
Refrigerators, except electric................No.
Soda fountain and bar supplies..................
Coin operated machines, except musical........No.
Household and personal effects ..................
All commodities exported for relief or
charity.........................................
All other articles..............................

GOLD AND SILVER


547,446

48,824
4,522







4
1




429

3,249


1,240
1


560
1,101


73,737

120,751
53,178



7,428
344,762
679
32,924

4

1
..........


Silver coin............................... ........

Gold coin...................................... .........


9,741
13,949
2,556
9,609
7,228
14,652
37,875
6,529
27,647

695,867

199
9,832

10,180
4,360
8.,094
18,599
11,598
3,882
2,031

14,421
3,229
45
8,105

1,754
8,272
12,943
10,992
2,444
14,088
25,395
599
1,805
52,176
12,529

3,853
6,047
4,977
1,026

20,621
39,015
1,570

1,079
10
92

4,366
26,279
1,869
78,721
14,662

25,807
18,988

1,027
13,624
14,140
15,532
2,286
5,185
44,748
181

300
68,875

2,441
41,174


13,769
15,352
10.*82

2,231
26,120
36,176
11,291
105,326

2,050,722

73
2,613

6,851
5,904
9,441
3,068
22,020
771
1,669

13,993
2,722
25
12,539

658
5,451
590
75,288
3,689
40,459
31.871
1,166
1,250
118,378
39,719

2,630
6,680
5,944
2,080

19,548
124,956
1,543

680
5
63

71
343
65
2,913
80,714

1,007,929
12,258

5,852
68,610
23,386
16,944
713
36,600
40,853
4,568

300
90,038

6,679
68,090











SHIP ETS OF )4~RCHADDISE AND GOLD AND SILVER FROM PUERTO RICO TO THE UNITED STATES-AUGUST, 194


Tma... o. a. .C. .. ..



Forcign ircr.yi. n A.,
fnirte j*.u.e, .,ro la. r*'..ajr3e. i .. .C,l9
Purto flor p ereds .
Cit n -cebi aj srs .... .. lb. 3 ,35 45,9
;&at r.nesl anMd T ir.s.... :o.D i'. .i!
ee ra ... ... .. ..4 950

Frean ruiea. ................................ ..... I 46,598
Prepared or preserved fruits:
Citrons in brine..........................lb, 321.735 45,968
Pinpple.................................lb. 616,694 85,461
Other prepared or preserved fruits........lb. 104,505 25,967
Coconuts:
In the shell................................. ,010
Sweetened, shredded or prepared............ lb. .., 291,253
Cocoa beans .................................. lb........ .......
Coffee:
For ex .crl t ....... .. .........
rO e r. ..... ... .. ..
Sugar:
Unrefined................................. b. %05,677,740 '.13.5
Refined................................. b. 25,257,400 !.5Sd.:,
ola ses....................................gal. .... ..........
HAney.. ...................l...........b....... 14,2035 ,o.*
Fruit uice ..............................gal. 153,558 i .I;,2
Cordials.................... ... ........ f gal. ..........
.Ru.m....... ... ...... f 1,055 655, -3


JegetoaDe o. .. ....... Ib.
Blbs, roots, trees. icrl-'s. et ..... .ID.
Tot.cco insa ardufact.uro
Leaf, steme d.............................lb.
Stems, scraps and triamings ...............lb.
Cigars and cherrots.........................M.
CiaretLes ..... ......... .. .. U.
Ct.ner tobacco uar.a aru cure. io.



Women's .marrr w..r ... z.
Children's ir e .. .. .. .. .
Mea's ani c.y's clran .. ... Doz.
bhijt.[G.n a .. ra p o:az.
r.arrcrdefsa.. ... .. .
Bridge sets, table covers, scarfs,
towels, and napkins ......................Doz.
Sheets and pillow cases................... Doz.
Laces.....................................yd.
Other cotton manufactures.....................
Linen manufactures:
Handkerchiefs............................Doz.


800
13,152

643,524
1,229,954
11,126
3,600
95,656
..........


1,182
11,942

US
441,684

14,842
6,251
47,899


12,566


1..,L i

501,788

E6.38,71
21,600
54,185



23,046
88,290
19,270
1,006
887,011

55,957
41,671
24.,01
94,759

45,451


20,166 COULD AD SILVER
!'.F?^
G-'*.- old bullion refined......................oz.tro)
.1c.. Gold coin. .............................. ..

.,966 Silver coin...................................


entity (li
- ----^- ---


.erght CMaDin .i2.hl..FIF ic&N UJa ? l:T F Lu.n1ryli



.. Ll.. .ar.'i.ur*s-C-sr,*in.ea
.-.,4s ,4 t arvia, sets, lu:r.,:.r.r, c :r,. '.ce
cvers ar~ c ,- -f. .......... -oz.
1-,60 Toel.s r.o ra,' s .. .. .Dz.
.:1,3!7L 'rner Zir.-n c.n. ure.. .
-'. ,1 -e., of '.-w or fl. r. .. .


1 4,' lr nam --. ef.r .... o. .. L
Cu X4 ..... -
S& m, h1 Nl er !. .i n a c' c res. ... .. .. ... .
Rayon manufactures;
4.,. Handkerc hefs.............................. Doz.
744., %' i^ r .t: .r-s5
I r. n r r ..... ... .. .
s:ov- rs ....... ........ .
126,250 Crochet snoods............................Dos.
827,609 Other rayn anufactures......... ..........
.. .... Wool cr:"ie sc .... .. .
Fabric .... .. ac,. ;r.
.......... Leather -"lover .. .. .. dor.r
..... ..... iiu s. r. ..... ... rno.
hIaj, hooked, string, and other rugs (not
.c'L.6c,.-.7" including fiber rugs)........................ no.
.'.444,:31 Tapestries.................................... n.
... ood and manufactures............................
1i,: i Diamands.....................................
l,9, t i': Scrap metals. .... ...... .b.
.edicin-.." ar.: .r.arau '-.ica. r;. ;r rlx., .i
,46:., 34 7 Acetone... .............. ...............gal.
9'?7 Alcohols:
11,4. Butyl ...................................gal.
Ethy? ...... ................... ... .ral.
661,411 er '.1r ... .. .. .
.1 .44 ,ec. Bay rum, perfumery, cosmetics, and toilet
1il.463 preparations .. ... ........ .
Ll.bC Buttlon% pFrl or sreil ... .. .. ,:
96,963 r ner ajti'o l .. ... ....... ..... .
Sleeve badges................................
R?.-ie ...... ....... .gro -
...... ... :7 t. :, .r'cluai ..y o '- r.i. .
7,06 Undeveloped fi'as..............................
53.859 Printed matter................................
0r..q Household and personal eftec ..
64 1 All other articles..............................


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3,444

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COMMOOITY DESCRIPTION ND UNIT OF UaCTY COODI DESCIPTl~ AND UNIT OF iUANTITY gt
quantity (doa) (pounds quantity (doll (pounds)


Group 3.-Textile Fibers and
itanufactures..........................

Cotton and manufactures:
Cotton thread, twine, cordage and rone.....lb.
Cotton duck....... .
lbleeached cotton .r.r ..a
Bleached and colored cotton cloth.....sq.yd.
hosiery............... ..... ......... doz.pr.
Underwear knit............................doz.
Overalls, breeches, and pants..............doz.
Shirts...................................doz.
Women' s dresses and ensenbles...............o.
Other cotton wearing apparel..................
Cotton and other cotton manufactures........
Vegetable fiber manufactures ...................
Wool and nanufactures..........................
Silk manufactures......................... ....
Rayon and other synthetic textiles .............
Hats and caps...............................No.
Other textile manufactures......................
Group 4.-Wiood and Paper .................
Southern Pine, Boards, Planks, and
Scantlings............................. bd.ft.
Other Sawmill Products..........................
Tight Empty Barrels, Casks, and Hogsheads... No.
Furniture of Wood...............................
Woodenware......................................
Other wood and manufactures.....................
Paper and related products and manufactures.....
Group 5.--4Nonmetallic Minerals............
Coal....................................... L.ton
Cement, hydraulic..........................bbl.
Globes and shades for lighting fixtures.......-
Other glass and glass products................-
Electrical porcelain for less than 6600
volts...................................... b.
Electrical porcelain for 6600 volts and
over .. .. ...
Otner cl.y ar.a c.) raOc.s -
Asphalts and bitumen manufactures, n.e.s......
Other nonmetallic mineral products.............

Group 6.--etals and Manufactures
Except Machinery and Vehicles...........


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75 53 79

502 106 126
4,861 1,512 1,600

92 277 120
28 501 575
14 175 190
147 339 113
.......... 1,369 517
.......... 1,156 1,273
.......... 228 1,081
.......... 135 28

.l.4 1,440

.......... 2,155 8195

.......... 7,630 60,916


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Iron and Steel Manufactures:
Iron and steel bars.......................lb. 52,1i4
Iron and steel sheets......................lb. ......
Structrual iron and steel .............................
Tubular products and fittings..............lb. 35,735
Wire and manufactures......................b. 27,917
Electric welding rods and wire........... .b. ..........
Nails and bolts, except railroad...........b. 2,44,
Hollow ware, tin and .l1iniz.ei It .,"'
Enameled ware of iron or te .. ........
Metal furniture and fixtures.................. ......
Tools .................................... .. ...... ....
Hardware ..... ................. ................. ..... .
Metal drums, and containers for oil, gas
and other liquid..... ...........
Other iron r.a r ... ..........
. pp4 r manufactures ......................................
bras. and bronze ...................... ........ .... ......
Other metal and metal composition
manufactures, n.e.s.......................... ..........

Group 7.--Machinery and Vehicles....................

Electrical machinery and apparatus:
Generators:
Direct current generators ................No. .........
Alternating current generators...... N ........... ..........
Steam turbine generator sets:
3/4 and under iLA ..o t" L' N .......
Under 3/4 i.. l ~. s .. t, .........
500 kilowatts and :-v r ....... .: .........
-ceis. .rie and parts, fcr r.erstor --I ..........

Motor generator type................... No. ..........
h, n-r. il n,: .yr; ..................... No. ..........
Lirc'.r:*. i rer T -, sets powered by
diesel engines............................No. 1
Self-contained lighting outfits, n.e.s....No. ..........
Wind-driven generators.....................No...........
Batteries:
6 and 12 volt storage batteries......... No. 2
Other storage batteries................cel ........
No. 6 dry-cell batteries ............... No. 550
Flashlight batteries....................cell 576
Batteries, dry, multiple cell, except
flashlight..................... ........ ce l ..........
Other dry and wet cell primary batteries.No. ..........
Capacitors. 1/2 kilovolt ampere and over...No. ........
Transforming or converting apparatus:
Power transformers, over 500 kilovolt
a-,,-res %- ..........
Di r' t i tr ir=: -rer a:*: ."r.,l
amperes and under.......................No. ..........
Instrument transformers..................No. ..........
Other transformers ......................No. 1
Mercury power rectifiers.................No. ........
Rotating converters:
Under 300 kilowatts....................No. ..........
300 kilowatts and over.................No...........
Complete battery chargers, nonrotating...No. ........


1,158


1,014
56
61
5 541
121,232
84,083
3,906

25,161




770
217
9,905


34,119


1,966
162
367
24,302
24,689,268
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2,585
805,875


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1,009
2,659
2,840

774
437
37
620
592
218

19,490
2,495
729
610

181

31,575


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31

1253
418











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7,616
35,863
28,711

6,954
1,587
121
3,753
1,098
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13,324
1,653
1,022

875

97,316


4,615



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Group 7.-Machinery ana Vehicles-Cont.

Electrical machinery and apparatus-Cont.
Transmission and distribution apparatus:
Feeder voltage regulators .................No.
Switchboard panels and parts, except
telephone..............................-
Oil circuit breakers and switches.........No.
Power switches, circuit breakers, and
parts, over 10 amperes....................
Fuse plugs.................................No.
Other fuses..................... ..........No.
iatt-hour and other measuring devices.... No.
Electric indicating instruments...........No.
Electrical recording instruments..........No.
Electrical testing apparatus and parts,
n.e.s.................. ........ ...... --
Lightning arresters, choke coils,
and parts............................... -
Motors, starters, and controllers:
Motors, 1/5 horsepower and under..........No.
Motors, over 1/5 and under 1 horsepower...No.
Stationary motors:
1 to 200 horsepower....................No.
Over 2 :I r -- :er r.
Railway .:' .r .. hu
Electric locomotives, railway, mining,
and industrial ...........................No.
Station, warehouse, and factory trucks,
powered by electric batteries............No.
Electric industrial trucks and tractors,
n.e.s .......................... ........ .No.
Starting and controlling equipment and
parts, for industrial motors..............-
Starting and controlling equipment, and
parts, for electric railway and vehicle
motors.................................. -
Accessories and parts for motors...........-
Portable electric tools .....................No.
Electric household refrigerators ...........No.
Electric commercial refrigerators, up to
1 ton.................................. .No.
Parts for electric refrigerators..............-
Flashlights................................No.
Electric fans................................No.
Electric incandescent lamps;
Small filament lamps ......................No.
Large filament lamps ......................No.
Fluorescent .- ; ... hce
Vapor and r. :.!li-4.rt .m .. N
Searchlights and airport beacons.............No.
Floodlights............................. No.
Electric household washing machines.........No.
Electric household washing machine parts....-
Electric domestic vacuum cleaners...........No.
Electric domestic vacuum cleaner parts.......-
Electric domestic motor-driven devices,
n.e.s., except tools.......................No.
Electric flatirons .........................No.
Electric cooking ranges, domestic...........No.
Electric coffee percolators, toasters, and
waffle irons ..............................o.
Electric domestic heating or cooking
devices, utensils, and parts, n.e.s.........-
Electric industrial heat-treating furnaces,
and parts. .................... ................ .-
ilectric industrial heating devices, and
parts.......................................--
X-ray tubes.................................No.
Other X-Ray apparatus and parts..............-
Electric therapeutic apparatus, and parts,
n.e.s .. ................. ................. -
Signal and communication devices:
Radio apparatus except aircraft and
military tanks
hadio i : ,i Lr.-. oes ................No.
Radio I "-- r ._r. apparatus, and
n'-rt. e-se t tubes.....................
ra, : r- --:.r.n sets.................... .o.
Radio receiving tubes................. No.
Radio receiving-set components:
Capacitors (condensers)...............No.
Resistors............................. No.
Inductors............................ No.
Other..................................-
Hand speakers.........................No.
Other radio receiving-set accessories...--
Telegraph apparatus, and parts.............-
Ti- .- :n apparatus :
ieie;r. r.e instruments.................. No.
Other telephone equipment, and parts.....-
Bells, buzzers, annunciators, alarms and
parts ................ ....... .......... --
Other electrical apparatus:
Starting, lighting, and ignition
equipment, except spark plugs............-
Insulating material, n.e.s.................b.
Rigid metal conduit:
Iron and steel........................b.
Other...................................lb.
Other metal conduit, outlet and switch
boxes........................ .......... .. -
Sockets outlets, fuse blocks, lighting
switches, and parts, n.e.s ................--
Electric interior lighting fixtures, and
parts:
Fluorescent...........................--
All types, except fluorescent............-


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SHIPMENTS OF MERCHANDISE AND GOLD AND SILVER FROM THE UNITED STATES TO THE VIRGIN ISLAND--AJUUST, 194&-Contlwed



Met Value Shipping et Yalue pp
CW IODITf DESCRPTIO I TD UNIT OF QWUAN TITY sight CCi I DSCBIPTI MD T P (DCaP) anIAq
Puantity (ddlars) (polnds


Group .-Machinery and Vehicles--Cont. Group 8.--Chemicals and Related
Products-Continued
KLectrical machinery and apparatus--ont.
Other electrl;ic .!cora.j.-Cort Nitrocellulose and other cellulosic lacquers:
Electric eerior .. 'L i re. and Piglnted .................. .... .......al...... .......... ....
parts.................................... .......... 500 565 Clear .....................................al ......... .........
Other wiring supplies and line material...- ......... 45 27 Thinners for nitrocellulose and other
Electric razors ......................... o. ......... .......... ............ cellulosic lacquers... ...................gal. .......... .......... ..........
Electric hair-waring machines............No. .......... .......... ......... ad-ixed paints, stains and ael .....gal. .............................
L-ctric -.r *.., an :-.r ,-: -, .......... 3,568 10,218 Varnishes, natural or synthetic.............gal. .................
Mecru ai.-r.vr- e ....... ..... .......... Toilet or fancy soap......................... b. 6,168 1,187 8,;86
Other engines, turbines and parts, n.e.s....... 99 Laundry soap................................. b. 24,000 210 2,600
Construction and conveying machlnery.......... ...... 822 1,231 Other sa ... ... .. i'. 440 182 559
Pumps and parts.............................. .......... 1. 5,351 perf.aery, ccsota s, n t.ilet.
Brewers machinery and parts...................- .......5... 5,1* 5,047 preparations................................. ....... ,'.662 6,842
Refrigerating equipen a parts............. .......... 450 500 Other chemicals and related products............ .........
elf conained air units,9.-iscellaneous.................. 1706 44,277
and parts.................................
Air conditioning eqipent and parts, n.e.s. ................... ... Photographic and pr' loeton goods............... .... 546 454
Other industrial eq-.-? v ar .. .......... 4,355 19,309 Scientific and professional instruments,
Cash registers and .-0 .. ..... ..... ......... ... ..... .. apparatus ana isuppies............ .. .......... 619 558
Typewriters................................. ........ .......... .......... Surgical and meucl me .... .......... ......... ...........
Other office appliances and printing Musical instruments, parts, and accessories..... ......... 658 2,308
machinery........................ ....... ....... .......... 135 94 Miscellaneous office supplies................... .......... 663 576
Agricultural Aachinery and implements........... ......... 1,542 10,232 Books, maps, pictures and other printed
Motor trucks and buses......................o. 8 6,845 28,270 matter.................................................... 2..77 1,58
Passenger cars..............................o. 2 1,650 4,580 Clocks and matches......................................... 6"7 132
Automobile parts, except battery boxes, Bottles and container closures.............gross 500 110 57
ilres. inner tubes, fan belts and engines...... ..... .... 585 1,451 Clocks electric, except parts................No. .......... .......... ...........
LArrft'. engine parts and accessories........... ......... .......... .......... Clocks, n.e.s. except electric:
Aircraft navigational instruments...........o. ........... .......... 1... -day alarm clocks.......................No. .................................
Parts of aircraft radio transmitting and Mantel, novelty and mall clocks............. .......... .......... .........
receiving sets................................. .......... .......... .......... Other clocks and parts ......................- ................... ...........
Other aircraft parts and accessories...................... .......... .......... Watches:
Other vehicles and parts......................- ........... 526 1,186 Watches witnour. .ieel ........... NO. .......... .......... ...........
Watches with e ...... .. .. o ..............................
Group 6.-Chemicals and Belated Watch parts, .eceFt :eWe1 er.r,, .......... .......... ...........
Products ........................ ..... .......... 19,188 119,752 Marine cr ,.-s .a .. ..o .......... .... .........
Tims-rec rojii 3-.aces, a3 Art......... .. .......... .. ...........
Notions, cheap novelties and specialties.................. 122 1U
Coal-tar products.............................- .......... 37 41 ef:r,.r.-rcr.s except electric...............No ...............................
Meicinal and pharmaceutical preparations.....-- ......... 5,460 6,266 noueenloa ir personal effects............................ 2,576 2,985
Chemical specialties......................... .......... 3..1. 19,258 All comodities exported for relief or
Alcohol........................... ...... ... .......... 46 410 charity........................................ ... ....... ......
Other industrial chemicals..................... .......... ,4.~ 23,701 All other articles .............................. ... ,j .i 3560
Mineral-earth pigments, dry.................. lb. 6,204 4,-.! 30,509
Chemical pigments............................ ........... .......... ..........G AND SILV
Bituminous paints, -1ii .!1 and plastic......... .......... .....................
Paste and seaipaste ;ir.i colors in oil,
putty and paste wood filler..............lb. .......... ......... .......... Silver coin......................................... .... .......... ...........
Water paints.......................................... ...... Gold coin...................................... ........... ...... ...........


SHIPMENTS OF MERCHANDISE AND GOLD AND SILVER FROM THE VIRGIN ISLANDS TO THE UNITED STATES-AU'JJST, 1945

GCCOWMDDITY i.Al1 aND ul. I IT CF UA 'i : -....e i P" i7'ii g Ld slppling
p, u;n. ( laru) ns)


Total exports................................. .......... ........ ...... Whisky..........s.... .......................pf.gal. .................... ..........
Total merchandise.............................. .......... 356,625 1,162,569 Wood and manufactures............................. ....... 310 3,741
Total Gold and Silver........................... .......... .......... .......... Perfumery and toilet waters, including bay
United States products, returned.................. ......... .......... .......... rum ................................. ....... ......... 185,690 3668,0
Virgin Islands products......................... .......... 356,625 1,162,569 Containers............................................... ......... ...........
Cattle ......................................No. .............................. Household and personal effects................... .......... 400 800
Other animals, edible.......................... ......... ......... .......... All other articles.............................. .. : .B
Beef, fresh, chilled or frozen............... b. 16,058 3,856 16,508
Other edible animal products.............................. 100 448
Hides and skins............................... .......... 118 2,355
Animals, inedible............................. ...... ......... ..........
Run.............. cf aii 43.'0" 15,.&:4 4',1' is c iz :r, refin, .. troy .. .......


SHIPMENTS OF MERCHANDISE FROM THE U.TD STATES TO GUAM ISLAND-AUGUST, 1945

Net Value Shipping Bet Value Shipping
M 1 DESCRIPTIN D UNIT OF TITT quantty (dollars) eiRght COL ITY DES ,qun Wiy OFIT (doll ) (TI ty ds
___ t (pounds) (pounds) _ pouds)

Total.......................................... ....... 70 11 oo and ...... ..... ....
Animal and animal products, edible.............. .......... 22 10 Nonetall. = ............. ...........
Animal and animal products, ineaible............ ......... ......... ........ etals and manufactures, except machinery and
Vegetable food products and beverages........... .......... .......... .......... :.e'. .................... i...........
Vegetable products, inedible, except fibers r r- r,...e.. .......... .......... ...........
and wood......................... ........... ............... ..................... C cj... d r strd prdt.......
Textile fibers and manufactures................. .......... .......... .......... e.. -. 1 : ..... 1
j3rdi-,nts f a. e.l' t.e rrs. .r l,. .c' 1 : ar r. r. l- on Si irt *rlj btas. ho sr.--:r i -I== t, r;->:r1- o f.:.r ,r.e -. .j trf.r.,la Se_ c:r' Caer .945.


SHIPMENTS OF MERCHANDISE FROM THE UNITED STATES TO AMERICAN SOMOA-AUGUST, 1945

Cet Value Shipping et Valu Sipping
C(.OI ITY CEIPT1W IgD UNIT OF D P1uIO C IT I I A"D IT OF QUATT7 4TITo=
quantity (dollars) (uight Cca SCiti UIT OP quantity (dollarIs) rt
____ (pounds) _p__nd__


Total....................................... ..........
Animal and animal products, -.u i-
Animal and animal products, Ir-u. ..........
Vegetable food products and -r-. ..........
Vegetable products inedible, except fibers and
r o.. ..
Tertile fler. rs ri manuf'.urP' .


48,151
5,429
683
7,526

5,348
S1.1,-


401,920
60,690
506
106,286

20,171
...!q


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terber 1945.


Iood and paper..................................
Nonoctallic minerals............................
Metals and sanurctfsures except sacnhiery and
veaicles...................................
Machinery ard vehicles.........................
Chemicals and related products.................
Vi ,-* i--OQ.;.


116,118
64,452

2,770
1,085
6,658
12,455


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