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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
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COMMERCE
, Serretary


BUREAU OF THE CENSUS
J. C. CAPT, Director


Washington 25, D. C.


REPORT NO. FT 800


D STATES TRADE IN MERCHANDISE

.D AND SILVER WITH UNITED STATES

TERRITORIES AND POSSESSIONS


MAY 1945


U.8. DEPC'T-':-. *


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


PREPARED UNDER THE SUPERVISION OF
J. EDWARD ELY
Chirf, Foreig Trade Dividio
Bureau of rhe Census











NOVEMBER 1945


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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
RALPH E. GALLOWAY, Executive Assistant to the Director

Foreign Trade Division
J. EDWARD ELY, Chief
IRVING WEISS, Assistant Chief
Classifications and Codes-Frederick W. Harrison
Export and Shipping Statistics-William C. Flaherty
Export and Lend-Lease Sratistics -Miltron Kaufman
Shipping Statistics-Nathan Habib
Import Statistics-Frank C. tauer




Report No. FT 800
Prices for Report No. FT 800 are
as follows:
Yearly starting with figures
for 1942 total for
calendar year, individual
calendar months not shown
separately ................. .10
First six months of 1943 -
total for six months,
individual calendar months
not shown separately......... .10
Monthly, starting with
figures for July 1943 -
Per issue.................. .10
Yearly subscription,
including calendar year
annual.......... ....... 1.25
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Merchandise and Gold and Silver

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..................................... 6

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

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

Virgin Islands to United States.................................. 11

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

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

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

America Samoa to United States.................................. NT

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

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

United States to Midway Island.................................. 12

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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SHIPMENTS OP MERCHANDISE AND GOLD AND SILVER PROM THE UNITED STATES O ALASKA-May, 1946


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MetN Valu ShippiLng k l .
( ,pJ.. Iarel quas wit -mOIImm IiSaWuOs un 0I gs 1%mmm
camo~i wcaxrnu aD ur orQUANITY ~ (olla.) Iwei


Total exp rts .................. ........ ..... .. ....

Total merch di ............................... .........

Toal Gold and Sil ........................... .........


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

Beef and weal, fresh or froen ...............lb.
Pork, fresh or fro&en..........................
Homs and nsoulders, cured....................Lb.
Bacon.....................................
Mutton and a ........... ..................
Sausage, ot canned..........................lb.
Canned mate................................ D.
Poultry and game, fresh ......................lb.
Other mitts pd sausage casings.............. l.
Animal oils and fata, edible................. .
Milk, naporated, unaweetened.................b.
Butter.............................. .... ..b.
Cheese.................................. ... lb.
Ether dairy products, including Lnfanta'
foods, maltei milk, etc........................
Fish and fish products...................... t.
Eggs nu the sheal...........................doz.
Animals and animal products, n.e.a. edible......

Group O.-Animlla and Animal Products,
Enedible ................... ... .. ....

Boots, shoes and other rootwer.............
Otaler leather manufactures.....................
Furs and manufactures... .....................
Animals and animal products, n.e.s. inedible....

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

Riaa Flour ...............................bbil.
Preah Pruit.....................................
Biscuits and crackers........................Ib.
Cereal fooda................... ............ b.
Other grains and prcparatIoos ...................
Foaders and feeas............. ............ .....
Potatoes, auiLe.............. ................
DOler fresl vegetables..........................
Canned vegeaLbles and juices.................lb.
O ber vegetaUlea and preparations.. ............
Cannea fr-uits.................................lb.
Dried and preserved fruits, jeilles.jaea.Mnd
frulL preparations.......................... 1.
Vegetable oils and fats, edible..............Ib.
Coffee....................................... lb.
Sugar, refined...............................lb.
Confectionery and chewing gum.................b.
Malt Liquors..............................gal.
I shl i ..... .^ .... ...... ............... pf. g .
Diali.led Lauors, n.e. s................p g l.
W ines ....................................... g l.
OLrer beverages and fruit juice ................
Other vegetable food product ........ .........

Group 2.-Vegetlbbe Products, Inedible,
Except Fibers and moo....................

Rubber boots and shoes.......................pr.
iubner belting and packing host.............. I.
Cigars and cheroots............................
Cigarettes.......................... ....... .
Smoking Looacco........... .................. .
Other vegetable producLs, inedible...............

Group 3.-Textile liners and
Manufactures ............. ..............

CoLton Manufactures:
Overalls, tre-ches, parts, aprons, and mea's
work clottlu.r ........................... .a.
Other cotton wearing apparel...................
Other cotton manufactures.....................
Vegetable Fiber Manufactures:
Fl&x, heap and ramie manufactures.............
Ills kcordage................ ...............
Jute, yarn and twine and oUter fiber
cordage and wine (except cottonl ......... L.
Otner vegetable fiber, straw or grass
manufactures, n.e.e. ..... ..................
Wool Manufacturesa
Knitted hearing apparel .. ...................
Men's and Doys' overcoats, suits and
pants........... ...... ...... ......... No.
mBoen,' .ndcnlldren's wool clothing.... ......
Otner wool or mohair manufac Lures.............
SU.l manufactures...............................
Other textile and manuf&rtures..................


Group 4.-Hood ano Paper. ...... .... ..........


Douglas fir boards. planks and
scantlinga. .............. ............ b1. ft.
Cooperage ................................... .


600,869'

114,492
89,708
..........
868045
118.024
41,550
31,716
94,210
1,125,482
215,188B
56,716


124,086
215,740


10,652

126,6568
148,B58




556,141

569,L

155,866
75,455
152,040
874,771
147,215
79.511
26,715
1,159
5,145







11,878

i04
30.789
.1,941
..........


8,1836,959

8,576,905

7,000


170,243
58,460
59,136
28.440
18.146
27,993
45,597
20,118
8,065
17,589
120,400
114,700
20,099

28,159
59,376
98,929
6,645


.......... 149,206

... ...... 89,701
...... 25,214
....... 18,568
.......... 723


.......... 1,260,474


41,882
48,743
22,456
15.21k
27,866
15,940
26,559
5Be,62
67,294
57,770
79,295

25,075
14,795
44,045
55,939
47,297
91,427
402,743
16,494
20,873
42,710
39,165


311,873

31,567
16,677
16,535
191,272
16,.V-6
39,736


90.754,696

..........


.......... 8562.091 4,04",659


622,407
234,506
151,955
106,882
64,866
100,005
150,772
46,452
45,050
106 ,51
1,567,228
288,029
67,757

140,794
145,099
406,954
20,452


.151,978

55,969
9,064
1,479
65,446


10,064,016

1,070,216
642,900
154,355
165,912
415,569
546,002
622,685
727,559
699,770
569.005
701.564

169.592
97,195
249,510
885,682
175,10B
1,255,174
560,561
16,224
66,891
489,181
169.177


294,667

40.046
22,626
6,1701
99,298
24,225
102,104


.......... 770.629 876,149


L,510

..........


202,469


5,741


3.,Xr.


22,269
8'.968
141,948

176,707
186714

56,967

16.582

50,844

35,651
11,991
62.768
755


18,0 5
46,435
21,752

39,648
90,518

210,092

68,002

17,470

L1.467
i.336
i1,7E.
561


U1I3,25 I12.L'51

745,645 24.749.451


150,380
3b.S i.


9,213.591
25,i976


Group 4.--ood and Paper-Continued

Doora, aash alw blinds (include Venetian
blinds).................................... o.
Wood furniture.................................
Otner mood and manfa nturs ....................
Cork u ufactoure ............................ b.
Wall board of paper or pulp and fiber
insulating board ........................ q.J..
Boxes end cartus......................l.....b.


Other paper and manufactues................... .........

Group b.-- anmC allic Minerals......................


Coal .........................................ton
Cement, hydraulic ...................76-lb. bbl.
Glass and lass product.......................
Cla and cla producta.........................
S lt................ ...........................
Other noartallic dineral prod La ..............

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

Iron and Steal Manufactures:
Iron and Steel bara and rode.................
Strucual irne and steel....................
Welded pipe and ftLtings.....................
Tubular products and fittings, n.e.s..........
Wire..........................................
Wire manufactures.........................lb.
mailed and bolts taxcept railroad).............
Castings and forgings........................
Tin c&ns. finished or unfinisned...........lb.
Eafes, vaults, meLal furniture and fitures..
CooKing and healing sLovt s and parts
(except electric).............................
Tools..... ........................... ....... ...
Hardware.......................................
t.her Lran and steel manufactures, n.e.s........
Brasa and bronze manufactures...................
Other meaal ores aind nufacLures, n.e.s........


Group 7.-Machinery and Vehicles.......... .......... 1,.59.,91


Batteries.... .. .. ......... ...................
electrical appliances ana parts.................
Radio appratus................................
Other electrical machuinry, apparatus and
parts..........................................
Steam engines, boilers, parts, and accessories..
Internal combustion engines, parts and
accessories.. ........................... .....
Construction, conveying and mad-maldki
machinery......................................
Mining and quarrying machinery..................
Pumping equipment (not tLcluding parts).......
Metal-working machinery and parts...............
Cannery machinery............................
Other industrial machinery and parts............
Office appliances, printing and bookkeeping.....
Tractors..... ... ............... ... ...........
Other agricultural macnunery. implements and
parts ...... .. ........................
dolor trucks, busses and ceassls................
Passenger cars and chassis......................
AutomobLle parts and accessories................
Laternal combusLion arine sngineas.............
Other vehicles and parts.......................


Croup B.-Chemicals and Relaten Products.. ..........


Goal-Lar products..............................
Meascmnal and pharmaceutical preparations......
Industrial chemicals, including specialties....
feadj-mzixea paints..........................gal
Other paints, pLgments and earnishes..........
FertiLizers ana FertLliser Materials...........
Soap. ........................................I b.
Perfumery, coaeLics and toilet preparations....
Otner Cnemlcals and related product.............

Group 9.-4iacellaneoaus..................

Motion-picture filua..................... Ji.n t.
Other photographic ana projection apparatus
and supplies.............. ................ ....
Scient fic and professional Lnstruments,
apparatus and supplies.........................
Musical instruments, parts, and accessories.....
Toys, athletic and sporting goods ...............
Booka, maps, pictures and other printed matter..
Household and personal lff cts..................
All outer articles.............................

GOLD AND SILVER

Go ore and base bu.ll.on ................ s.Lroj
Gold bullion, refined ................... oz. troj
Silver ore and base bullion............ oz.troj
Sil er coui .....................................


5,167


286,060

187,248
3,078,155


1,5a1
4,194
..........


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482,753


9,847,026
..........


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

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..........

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


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186,975






1,663,926


11,918
1297,55
7,6411

10.016
171,s57
LU',158

4J818.G

253,84
12,44
:iLSL
23,865

060.os5


.......... 1,716,97 14,~ 6li


19,946
91,757
21,180
8.1824
12,56E
67,BE2
26,565
85,551
1,084,546
4,824

40,472
25.355
66,815
143,994
a2-.654
35,628


18,687
20.482
54,238

115,755
27,296

127,057

54,985
10,771
12,196
172,165
104,442
128,727
12,290
13,877


55,781
46,046
26,974
209.5m5

218,264

1,950
553,74
64,709
31,891
18,527
1,861
2.,286
51,985
6,9m8

665,654

S55,854

15,07b

12,588
12,126
1..055

129,23J
421,740


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Total exports .......................... ..... ..... 1,158,285 .......... Furs and skris:
Be ver .... ...... .. .. .. ....... 1,81 57,564 ...........
Total erchandise. ........... .... ....... .... .. 1,151 5 .......... Black and slver o .....................no. 4 40 ..........
Blue i ox .................... .. ... .. 4 00 ............
Total Goad and Sir- ........................ .... ..... .. O ........ 1 Red fox ............. .............. ... 7 2 1,566 ...
Hhi te fox ........................... no. 97 1,626 ...........
Foreign warehandi soe........................... .......... ........ .... ..... ua skins .............................. n. .3 1 ...........
Marren ..................... .. ... 24 1,32 ....... .. .
in ................. ... n ....... .... o 717 r13,110 ...........
United StaLeas products returned ................. ......... 149,148 Muskrat ................ ............. no. 676 1,374 ..........
Otter..... .. ................... .. no. 107 k,762 ...........
Alaskan prodhts ............................. ....... 1.002,3 .......... Other ......... ............. ........no. 385 2,776 ............
Re ndeer nidas. .............. ...... ..............
Live aatuals............ ............... .......... .... ... ........ Wooi, unAnufactires ...... ............... i ................... ...........
lHallbut, fresh or froe..................... 0 ............... 4 2,10 .......... ood r r n l er...... ... ..... b. 07 2,121 ...........
Salboa. fresa or frozen......... ....... l ,7 21 ......... 1007 2,81Ores s petals except goll a s erl ... ............ 179,107 ............
OUtsr fish, rresh or frozen .......... .......lb. 90,45 51,907 .......... Iropnies, specminE.n corios, etc...... ....................... 3,668 ...........
Salma n, canned.......... .................. ... Lb. 10,560 ,(O ) .......... Pictures Man paintur 5s...................... no ....... ... .......... .. .....
Cod, cured or preserved..... .. ............ .................... .......... All other artLc Le ....... ........... ....... .......... ............
Herring, eared or preserved ........ ......................... L A SLVER
Sairn, cured or preserved................... lb. 308,245 87,49 ...... ...
rma.....................................In. 3S941,7od 14.374 .......... .Coll ore n boaet iuIllion. .. .... .o' .................................
Craba................ .............. ....... 28,776 2.1,60Z ............ Coil bllion, refined............ .. ..:. troy ......... .......... ...........
Sbri p............................. .. .... D. 0,546 23,054 .......... lver ore .ni base uiLi nor ............. or.Lro ... ... .. ... ....... .. .....
Other fish and sh product.................. ... .. 12397 ............ Silver Cr ...cor.... .. .............. ..... ............. ...........



SHIPSVITS OF MERCHANDISE A1~ COLD AND SIL'VE. FROM UNITED STATE TO HAWAII-Mav, 1945


N eD v d a l u e l p -F N A y n ir p p -n g
COIODITY DESCRIPTION AND UNI OF a.'.2 C1.91 oQUA.'fInf q1i ae CL( .i DEC IC U0 Udhli OFuU.sI( it Iunds)


Group L.--egeaoLaD Food Products ann
neverages-ConLinuea
VegeLaDles, canned--
Vegetables. canned--cntlnue'
ltoat. juice .................. .......Lb
Other canner vegeL~bles ard Juices...... .. L.
Ketchup, call sauce, and otrier tomato Lable
sauce: ............................ ... Lb.
Myornnaise and salao are. asns ............. Lb.
Olles .... .................. ........... Lb.
OtLer sauces and reUihes..................Lo.
Yeast .............................. .. .Lb.
Other veetfiole preparat1ors. ............... ..
Subtropical rruits, Frean:
0r..nges and Laneerines .......... ... ..... L1
Orthr suotropiac inui' t, fren .......... .--
Otner iruis, ire.ri or Iro-en. .............
Drid end e"porartel fnins.. .. ... .
Canned i li b. ..... ............ ... ... .L .
tiner fruit and Fr ;airations ............. L.
penut ... ............................... L .
Ot~er nuts a&n not prepraltions... ..........
Co.tcnseed oil, rcfinrel. .................... L.
LC.aKni fata, except Larj .. ........ ..... Lc.
Otiedr vegetatel o.Ls 5nd i'aL, ecicle ....... --
inocolate ......................... .. ..... Lt.
Tea .. ................................ Lb.
Calfee, roa 5ei........... ................. Lb.
utner table beer ige............. .......L.
pieces ..................................... .L.
Conir.ct.onrry.
Cnocotate anjy ........................... L .
Other Car j ..... ... ...... ................. L .
Corunection. an desserts..................Lb.
Cn iri gum .............. .. ......... s... Lo.
Otrnr sugar nj related product .............. -.
DistalUed spirits:
Rum. .................................. Pf.Gal.
WhIsKy. ........ .................... Pf..I .
Oiner disLtlled iliquors arin compouni.s
conanlrng spirits .................. .P .Gal.
%in-s. .................................. Gl.
Strupj and Flavor. for bevereges...........Gal.
Fru.i juices, jncludlrng concentrate ....... G.l.
Other Deverages. n.e.s...................... -


Total export....................... .. ........
Total merchandise...........................
Total Gold and Silver ............... ........
Group 0".-Animals and Ars~aal Products,
Edibl... .
A d8bl.L.................................
Animals, edible.............. ............... --
Beer or weal, not ceamnea:
Fresn or frozen............................ b.
Pork, not canned:
Fresh or frozen........ ................ ..... Lb.
Hams and shoulders, cured ................. L.
Bacon. ... ...... ..... ...... .... .. LDb.
Other Fork, pickled or saltea ............. Lb.
button or lame, not canne ...... .... .... Lo.
Sausage, balogna.,nd franklcurter. e*.:ert
canned ................................... .Lb.
Pork, canned................................. LD
Sausage, oulogna.aJnd rank o'ricrs, cMnned......
Other canned meat...................... ....o.
Poultry and gome, frea, no canneoa.........Lb.
Kidneys and Livers, fresh. froznr, or curej, not
aned .... ... ..................... .......Lb.
Other meat products............. .............. -
.lk and cream .......... ......... .........
BuLtt r ............ ..... .. ........ .......
Cheese .....................................L. Lb
Infla ts' ood, malted milk, etc.............. L.
O ter Da.Lry Proaucts ..................... ......
Other anial oils er fats, ec Dle............--
Freah fish, except snelri an, noc canned.... b.
Shrtimp...................................... .L.
Fian, salted, pickled or dry-cured...........Lb.
FPsh, canne a.................... ............ Lb.
Other edible fish annd fiso producats...........
Eggs, n the shell............ ............. z.
Egg products, n.e............................Lb.
Other animals and animal products, edible.....--

Group O.-Anim&l anM Animal Products,
eIeda bl e ................................

Leader. f ...................................-
Boots, shoes, and other footwear dth leather
uppers:
Boots and shoes:
Men's .................................... T.
omen' s ............. .................. Pr.
Other .................................... .
Boots, snoea and oLner footwear, ani upper. of
materials other than leatner................Pr.
Iforen'a and cnildrer.'a nandtacg, porcettooaa
and purses ..... .............. ......... No.
Card cases, change purse, sillet., and similar
articles ..................................... .o.
Luggage and related articles ................. No.
Other leather manufactlres....................
Other inedible animals and araman producLs....-. -

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

Malt.........................................Lu.
Biaeuilt anon crackers....................... Lb.
Other grains and preparalons................. -
Mixed dairy and poultry feeds ................Lon
Other feeds................................... --
Vegetanles, fresh or frozen...................-
Vegetablea, canned:
Asparagus........... .......................Lb.
Peas...................................... .L .
Soups ....................................Lb.


518,144

29, 5o6
88,155
22,94i



11'.,27
?1,4ii

134,



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23,0.2


t. 9....
llK.584
6,277?
95,95.
2.4,526

S73,60
67,Sb3


.......... i ,616,004
.. ....... ,612447 ,c, t,BBC
.......... 3,557 ......... .


..........- 1,232,251
.... .....- 4 ,292


6,761
&9,1 110

7,18

42.1E6

S3.195

3b,0ZO
3i.l O
l,1406

9,016




7,142
.7,326


18.196
104,560
54,.cl
159,17S
15.054
il.51I


4,65.693
1615,10L

526,144


11,7 704
26,141



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114,k47

I4,84261


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e7,6c7
1.1.7 10
10,060

29,P099
273.150
.07,147
7S,966
69,477
1U0,619
119,168
66., 394
75,165
73.990


... 7,0?.0 561,114

.. ..... 14,1S 16,449



114,581 62,901 282,.646
54,563 166.60r '4.?l71
.... ..... 7,685 ,6 4

44,106 71,4.', 5,341l

19,137 59,005 19,564

21,167 :12,25 5,004
2,602 6,057 5,690
.......... i, 9 26,40a
.......... ,072 45.46)


.......... 2,119.617 22,8E55,691


4d,706
56,257

L,902



24,810
71,967
534,283


8.655
9a ,9 8
96,642
140,062
25,661
113,507

5,705
7,086
52,532


1,tcB,217
6,9428
982,597
4,;25,657
656,841
2,607,549

29,933
88,614
428,271


Group 2.-Veg.euabie drodacts, Inedi.le,
LxceFi Fiber; .=nd Tcod. ....... .. ...

AuLomooLle casings ........................ lo
CasrIns and uaner irat .................... No
Tire 3uriries and repair lterails...........Lr.
C1'r ber rubber ri EanufctLr. .......-
Tobacco man fJacLures:
CiPar: nld crercoLs .........................
Cigarettes ...... ........ ............
Smo _r n w aCCo ................... ... L
Otler tobacco sianuf a Cures ..................--
Omer vegetable pro-ucLs, Lnediie.. ..... --

Gtoup ..-Texrtle Fibers and lainuiactures

CStLwr, Lrtre-, i.Lnr, cari.g -r4l rape.... L...
Cotton clotn, duca, ani tire farerc:
riniined cloth, olecnei, 2yet, prLnted,
stiffened, or onthsrwi o converted, 1r,
colore ar gr. aaorcs:
40 Inches rir'e Ind narr.%er:
Onsil, ilds and Wrp. i.atetns... .q.Yi.
Printeloth iam fabrics, eal1 nidths..Sq. d.
Colored yan fabric. ............ ....5q. d.


606,267
440, .4

43,531
L1,269
26
39.525
i49,. C)


.........46



1,311, qCre
.12,105
4KE.dbO

.4.. 369

596.7;.6
.2,i557
91,466

41,7U7


102,970
97,133
26,316


4,526
12,396

151
1,440
1 ,495
Ia,415
... ..


4,574
Lu.139
130,492


S67,427
*^,670














21a,i5S,
44,619


59, :;9
66,415


49,260

22,314
22,767
54,641

164,577
2?. ,o!
636

1 6,61
I:."'7
69.32.
iB,.i;6
19,02i


i9.192
I26, L2


1S.dll
26,136


368.01
19i.405
27,401
19,675
2 .764
-',7"84

L6.640
169,125

3,469
4,428
60,265b
4,.959
-.698


956,31i


26,944
39,1cB
110,611


o0,C047

26., 682
106,5?7

i,30ij,046

34,ila






L1,430
62,C6Z?
15,295


749,620
551,303

66, 42
314,o40






467,475
3,4 5
52,449
1,626,991
149,5z53
454,956
96,7)2
169,864
674,617
174,626
429,424
30,361
165,775
34,27-
63.652

1Z4,515
U61,619
115,224
52,177
467,945

83,62.
210,032

2,625
23.400
209,266
324,161
40.494


i,861,849

201,016
52,465
144,352
274,04






31. 31i
162,906


914,1U7

1, 6o-e, 518








12.624
52,023
l6,906


SHIPM3ETS OF MERCHANDISE AND GOLD AID SILVER FROM ALASKA TO T-iE I!ITED STATES-Mav, 1945


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SHIPMEITS OF MERCHANDISE AND GOLD AND SILVER FFDM TH1 UNITED STATES TO HEAJIl-May, 1945--ontinued


COIiIXITT DESCaIPTIOrl AND UNIT O QUAuTITY t L ) ht CICOMM DOn SCRIPTIOU A OF O7 JURIT ( )
quansti = ) I M 1 0 ty ((dtollars)w t


Group a.-Text Ll FLbers and manufac-
tures-ConLLnuned

Otner c tton fabric ... ....... .... ..
Cotton wearing apparel:
Handxerchleiae .... ..... .. .. .... ...... ... los.
Knit goods:
Hosiery. ...........................Do .Pra.
Underwear........... ..................Doz.
Othor lilt goooe.... .......... ....
GarmenLt of w oen fabric.:
erralls, breecnes, pants, aprons, and men's
work clothing, r.e.s.......... ....... z.
Shirts............ .... ................. Dos.
Otoer men's &no boy's clothing of woven
fabric, n.e ..........................Dos.
Woman's dresses and ensamnles..............No.
Woman's an& children's underwear and nign L-
sear, not Ini t................. ..........DoE.
Children's outerm ar, not knit...........Dos.
Other omien's apparel of orven fabric, n.e.a.
Cotton house furrdnnings. ....................--
Other fabricated products of cotton, n.e.B....-
Other cotlto manufactures................... --
Vegetable fibers and mlanufactures .............--
Fabrcs uolly or rhiefly of wool.............-
Wool knit goods..................... ........
hen's overcoats, Lsits ano pt.......... .. ..o.
Woden's and cntldren's pool clotrnlrj, not knl--
Gtner cool or uh&tair manuy.ctu ........ .....
Piece ?ool, mnally or chiefly rayon ana otrer
salTihetnc filters: Lt
ozven falamentr f-rn fa-rlcas.. .. ..Sq.Yo.

Li.
%.hoen s.or rayon fabrics, n.e.j....... .
hayor, house furrusansi .......................
Dreoses, shirts, blouses aiJ otner ,uter wear
for rostn ana childrenn........ ............-
iostI r ............... ............... i .fr
Urnieroear, knit. ..... ................. DCo.
Underwear, woven ......................... Doz.
Sleeping and lounging garnermts. tnit or
v. en .................... .. ...... .. ... Doz.
Other rayon, nylon and otner ayntetric
textiles and a&nuaactures..................
WaLerproof outer garmntl, -cept rubber ana
bberzed................. ............ No.
Cors is, brassier3, and girUle., except all
rut er ...................... ............. o.
rJe-:ltea,cravats, aufflers ani scars, of
oil fibers... .................... ....... o02.
Hats, bonnets, hocds, caps rl berts ........ TN
Absorbent cotton gauce, anl iteriliztd
Damage. ................................... Lb.
OLher Lextlle fibers nd mo nuTfacure9......--
Grcup 4.-food and E&;er..... ............
Boards, planks. and scanrLings, leis tan 6
incnes L least 4l rnaio.n:
sottwoods:
Douglas fir:
R ..................... ....u ...
ressdl. .. ........ ............. t.
Otnt r suftoods .. ................S d .Ft.
Furniture of rood ..........................
Other wood mandfactbreu ..... ........ ......-
PranLt.n paper....... .......................
Greaseproof an waterp oli paper............ .
rappLn paper ............. ... ..... ......... L
Filing folders, index. card, and other office
forms, pLa nr or pricnite.............. ..... L.
Writhsnl paler..... ....................... .L.
Paper a ..... .......................... ... Lb.
boxes ai ca rtons........................... L .
Other iaper related products arid mani&cLturea.-
Otner mood and paper ................ ......--

Group i .--1onimeta.Lls c Minerals..........
Avalitin ator fuels .............. .........btL
otcr uel : an pbac .ine..................... bi.
Otnrer motar luei anJ gasoline ............. ...
Kerosene .. .. .. .. ... ..... .... ic.
u8i5 il t id lis ailate iir, Oil... .. ....... .Bi.
oeslauai luel oail ............... .......... B.
Lubrlcaln. ols ..... ....... ...........
Lubrlc .ltrin greric, except griprT.il
lubricants ...... ...... ... ......... ..Lb.
PetrolRua ajprili. .... .. .... ............L.-on
Otner piitr.Leuam en products ........... ..--
MydlrubLC e.:.nt ... .. ... ... ..Bti
untllUJ.l is gss container tU.nlua.ln used.....-
Cr.'r glassware .... ......... ............
P lottery ....... ... ... .. .... .
either nonrleLalu miner a .................
traup s.-AIetals an gBarufactulres. Zicept
M&:hlnery &mi. Vanicl.s... .....
Iron ano steel car6 sna roJs.............. ..
Tlin-Fiatl &iJ '. eras' .in. ....... .....LO.
Ottier Irorn anj stel sbnla-&nulacit,.j.. ...
.iLruC' .- Lr r in avo .tel .... ...
ThUilar projucis a.3 filLtini ............. ...
rate Inj iLani6 icurc ................... ...-
Nalla on.i bolts euep: rnlLrnr ......... .L.
otrer steel mii m&nuacitutres.............. ..


8,909

21,351
15,481



2,994
7,821

4,185
13,892

11,802
8,876







14,583



47,52.
il.0s4
66,416
212,982



4,305
6,727
15, 540

1,529



3,264

25,093

7,655
56,91Z

b6,699


1,I49
1.56&
199


i,;??7,oJ





L16,161





46,249








9"9

6,6S:,








i10,597.24,




L19.950


48,912 57,265

26,752 5,061

54,300 24,608
50,892 29,888
105,05O 41,867


45,622 55,674
120,248 55,915

81,650 54,175
67,568 10,956

41,011 22.967
1.1,903 52,451
65,553 12,280
221,407 147,955
19,624 35.623
151,065 120,221
45,719 99,945
28,545 7,071
106,850 21,968
152,362 21,964
43,044 10,222
79,690 38,318

92,639 51,653

147,092 71,968

36,24a 13,297

614,150 63,594
22,13; 7,205
E5.085 11,635
122,125 23,906

61,452 9,774

121,512 51,664

11.614 2,582

41,545 4,596

67,.81 11,799
b4,553 16,019

.2,5a4 B81,170
59,.:.6Z 187,g90
1,.i.,44a 29,879,999




,8.456 3,954,869
97,542 4,634,672
35,658 2,025,762
94,11. 278,544
74,730 631,202
5a.,Old 1,792,a9w
20,997 151,867
10, 8 lB, 772

1,.497 4l1,26
1C,.715 168,289
B.8,a.1 256,227
6i.,445 g,4o4,1U6
325.005 5,965,6C02
14,341 143,707

l,B6'.ob, .;,742,766


449,190 1 9,36.COX)
62.824 4, ?C.1,660
165,671 5.,012,827
6.J9,294 i92, 27,046
o2,81. 1,264,241

4,806 280.,961
17,,'b 2,2.'7.421
28,145 639,165
15,992 ". 286,065
65,202 1,r.54,035
5i;,u9 076,C69
122,310 485,167
175,159 3,399,059

1,716,590 19,814,495
35,052 621,756
6il,633 11,7c6,14
.6,.i5 926,64
19,528 601,139
107,687 1,960.685
93,199 ;89,155
16,265 129,176
4.7335 373,652


Group 6.--Mlal and aLrnasactur., BE pt
HMacinery and Vehitles-Contnmaud

Cutery ......................................
ollaow re............ ...............--
Tools........... ............................-
Hardire....................................-
Metal dris and containear for oil. gp, other
liquids and sol2ds..........................-
Metal furniture and future ...................-
Otaer iron and steel advanced aumuratuire...-
Copper.......................................-
Brass and broims..........................-
Other nonferrous orea, matls and*all alloy.
earcpt prclous............................. -
Precloua mtals, and plated are, except
4-mlry........................... ........
Other metal and manufactures................-
Group 7.-,lchinery and Vehicles.........
Batteres........................... ........
Motors, starters, and cont.rollers............
Electric rafrLgerators and parLs.............-
Electrical appllanes ........................
Signal and communicaton devices.............-
Other electrical mhlinery and apparatua.....
Power-generating equipment.................. -
Construction and convein mchnery.........
Mining, sell, and pumping macinery.........
Power-driven metal-working achlne t ool.....
Textile, sewing and shoe machinery...........-
Other industrial machiner..................-
Accounting, bookkeeping, and calculatiag
machines and partas.........................-
Other office appliances.......................-
TracLors and parts...........................-
Other agricultural machinery and Implesntl..--
Automaclle partr and acceasonres:
Motor trucks, busses and chassis new):
1, end not over I l-2 tons.............. No.
Over 1 1/2 ton, not over 1/2 ton......No.
Over 1 1/2 ton...........................No.
AuLaomoile parts for replacement...........-
Otber vehicles and partn.................-
Group 8.-Cnhencale and Belated Products.
Vitanisne and vitLater ls, n.e.a...........Lb.
Other madicinala and pharmaceucals ........ --
Chloropircinr................................ .
Other .ricultulral itaecs cidea, fungLcdes and
alBlar preparations and materials, dry or
liquid base.................................b.
Household and Industrial Insecticides, eater-
minaLors, and repellenta, liquid, paste,
pnoier or aolid form........................Lb.
Specialty cleaning and amaning compoun s,
except soap................................Lb.
laboring extrcts ............................-
CIther chemical pecialties.................-..
Industrial chenmcals.........................-
Ready-Iixed paints, stains and enaals.....Gal.
Otner pigmenLs,paints, and varishes..........-
PoLasaic fert.lizer materals .............Lb.
oNoap:
Toilet or fancy. ..........................1,.
Laundry. ........ ......................... Lb.
Posdartd or Tri ed ........................ .
Scouring bricks., pa.stea, powders, soap, and
oaujehold washing powders ................Lb.
I i r preparations ...............,............ -
Perfumery and toilet waters.................. -
ij.ier soap ard toilet preparaLtuns ........... -
Otner cnemcals arid relaeo productla.........-


Group 9.--iscellaneoua ................... .........


PosLlive motion picture fi-ms, exposed or
developed............................... L.FL.
Fnotograpnr c paper ..........................Lb.
OLner photographic and projection good. .....-
Optical good:
Sun or glare giasea and sun goggles.......-
Other spectacles, eye glasses, goggles,
lenaes, n.e.a. and frames....:............-
Phonograph records, except moatid-picture sound
records and dictaphone records...............-
Fountaln and stylograplic pens.. ............-
Otler miscallansous office supplies.......... -
Dolls, childre-n's wheel goods,aid toys.......--
Athletic and sporting goods..................--
Booke ani pamphlet:
Bound edu.atlonal books..................... -
Orner bound books ........ .................-
L.thopraphically printed matter........... -
Ciner books, maps, pictures.anj olher printed
alter ......... .. ..................
#atche.. ... ......
.lewlry anJ other articles to be korn on or
carried boout the person:
Sl I gol or platin-~... .... .....
Cf other metals, silver, golil-fiLle, rolled-
?old-oahoe, asn base metal whether or not
electru-plftel.
en' jewelry .......... --
Nomen's jewelry
Otler articles. .
Or all material, except metal:
*Other n nelry.. .
Other jhaelrj. ... ... ...-


...........


29

24
...........
...........


6,068
U 8,E0
96 .B


s,-s







M,Bf
106,5M










SSIIE
sB,oa
56,0m
l01530





6,958



70,943
109,145
30.104


32.210

1.7,025
22611


1......... 191,570


-C-
St








-il

It




5119pp i





luBcas
UggAB- 1



'"

USt&,Io


ew5wth *
865 **
286.8,10>S. .


9,255 33,524 ,st4a"
.......... 199,B625 aw, "
.......... ... ........


751,503


24,724

656,256

...........
101,999

4,360,480

99.492
102.309
127,168

217.348


845,846
34,9I1
.. ......o..


566,474


7,481

99.822

105.895
132,048
190,105
66,201
62,465

22,645
11.915
14,716

L9,761
27,019
22,014
118,072
22.154


864,968




815*.46

828 00


440158






257,.6m
78,15"
8,8W
5,161566


1.924,578 ,946TiUh


18,359 7,.T7
52,446 42,. .
91,125 61.UB

30,5532 ,128

49,587 5,8

48,657 72,549
25,509 16. 1
70,779 168,64 '
15,954 2,B005
59,198 57.924

459508 78,95 9
59,549 96,350
59,998 8S,0a i

67,891 126,84
131,585 1.2 2

5782.30 1,041


36.563 1,001
142,629 2,756
20,817 2.m1
22,186 2,017
8,442 1,993








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Net Value SrLnpng Net Value Sni pping
COIMODITT DESCRIPTION AND UNIT OF QUANTITY DigDITY DESCrPIPION A1D ULT OF QUAnITY Wu .h
quantitly I aoilaril I lnd qhCOu)DIt.y (dolCRIPION rsT OF QUANIY Nt Vl
Ipouda) qla, L t (do !Lsr I tpoun-e 1

Group 9.--lMscellaneoua-Conti.nued Group 9.--i4scel.lanous--ontinued
uMscellaneous mafltary equipment, n.e..........-- ..... I51c,95 1,124,825
Bottle and container closures, n.e. .........Grr 199,132 21,i'j 120,025 Al articles, n.e. ........ .... ....- ......... l,.0w 1,192
Pipes and asmr her's articles........... ... .... ........ 3,796 6,692 OLD A L
Notions, cheap novelties, and specialties.
n.e. ........................... .......... ........ 80,952 4,067 Cold bulion, retired .. ......... .o. iine 99 ,492 .........
Houselhold and personal effects................ .......... 106,971 151,645 Siver ouiloro. refnea........... .... fin 1 65 ...........


SHIPMENT3 OU I4ERCHA:DICE AND COLD AI:D SILVER FRO1.1 HA:JAII TO THE LUTITE. 3TATL -r.1av., 1-45

Nar Value Sr pping Nnipping
COIMODITY DESCRIPTION UND UNIT OF QUA.W1rTT q we lnt CllfuDITY DCItION diLT UNIT O lf qL, i TYp ,unsl)
(pourndas) k "lr \pounds)

Total exporta................................... ......... 6,O1,756 194,993,985 Colfee.................. ...................LC .......... ...........
Sugar:
Total Gold and Silver....................... ....... ......... .... UnrefiLned ................. ......... ... L. 2,T ,5 4,166,93 ,817,4 5
Reftne ...... .. .... ..... ... ..... .L ...... ... ........... .........
Molasses.................................. G 4,911,U9i 3i3,640 48,'r9,000
Foreign merchAdidse ........................... -........ .......... ........... Honey ..................................... Lb ...................... ..........
United State products returned..............-. ......... 21,495 901,224 Ebevrages and frrrit Jucea:
Haaiian produc.................... ........-- ......... 5,89,62 94,092,759 Ppala (Fapaa) ................ .. ......l .................................
Tallow.......................................Lb. 14,174 1,268 15,765 Pineapple ................................. ..C1 6,697 67EB75 10,737,315
Pr sh, canned....................... .......... .. ......... ......... ....... .. Sh ae ............. ............. .. .. .. .......... ......... ............
Cattle hides............................... 8 ,591 10,693 82,591 Other .......... ... .............. .......... .... .. ............
Besm ax........................... .......... L 494 2 5 512 Frozen fl rm li er... ......... .. L ..... ..... .... ...............
Cotton wearLng apparel...... ......... .. .L. .............. ..........
Vegetables: Wool, ma anul actLrd ...... ..... ... L .......... ..... .........
Potatoes, unlte.... ............. .... L ....... .......... .... Faper and manuJ'facrea including fiter
Other........ ... ...................Ln. i'- 89 55) insulatlire br-.. .. ........ .....Ia it. i,0.c.,t. B66,402 3,291,258
Fruits: Citric e.d.. .. ... ... ... .L. l,\994 i,?V 146,60j
Bananas ....................... .....I ......... ...... ....... rin-eppie aicmino ... ... ........ ... .. .. c.,,iX i.o ,60 1,53.
Papaias (Papey sa ................ L. .. ...... ............ .. .. rug je Es~ ............... ....
PLneapples: dL- ot.rer rLicle.. ...... ............. 16,47 487,364
Fresha.................. ......... ..... ......... .... ......
Canned.............................. .. .Lb. 5,47d,742 646,456 6,G;,G.7 G.L aND jLVETh
Prepared or preserved ...................Lu. ..................... ........... To.1aul~.......... ....................... ...... .. .. ..............
aicedonia nu.ts.............................. ......... .. .......... .......... ...o rotal Sliver.... .......... .. ........... ..... .
Ua ed iu n ~ a .. .... .. .... .. .. .L .. .. .. ... ... ... . .... o j S vi ... ........ ,..,.


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SHIPUWErS OF MERCHANDISE AND COLD AITD SILVER FROM THE UNITED STATES TO HAWAII-May. 1945-Continued






*tIrr as


SHITF4ENrS OF'ERCHANDISE AND 00OLr AND SILVER FROM THE UNITED STATES TO PUERTO RICO--MAY, 1945


COIODDITY DESCRIPTION AND UNIT OF ~IANTITY


Total e Trorts..................................
Total exports of merchandise...................
Total Cold and Silver...........................
Group 00.-Animala and Animal
Products, Edible .............
Cattle.....................................no.
Other live animals..............................
beef and veal, fre3h or frozen............... 1b
Park:
Hlas and Eroilders, cured.................. lb.
Bacon.................................. ...lb.
Other pork .............. ................Lb.
Sausage, not canned..........................lb.
Canned meats:
Beef.... .......... ................. ..... lb.
Pork...................................... lb.
Sausage ..................... ..........lb.
Other anned mests...... ..................Lb.
Poultry and game, fresh ...................... b.
Other meats.................................. lb.
Other animal or vegetable oils and fats,
edible....................................lb.
Milk ant cream:
Condensed Isweetened) ..................... lb.
Evaporated (unsweetened ....................b.
Dried............... ...... ...........lb.
Butter.......................................lb.
Processed cheese and cheese spreads..........lb.
Otri r cheese ............................... lb.
Infants' foods, malted milk, etc.............lb.
Fish, salted, pickled, or dry cured..........lb.
Fish canned:
Salmon................ ........... .......... lb.
Sardines. ......................... ...... .. lb.
Shelrlfs. ........... .....................lb.
Other fisn and fish rroducts................lb.
Eggs in the 3hell................... ......ddoz.
Other anuaLm products, edille..................
Group 0.-Animals nua animal Products,
Inedible... ......... ...................
Upper learner, except patent ....................
Other Ic5trer and tanned stLns...................
Boots and shoes:
Men's..................................... pr.
Yo trh's and boys'.......................... pr.
Women's and s sses ..... .............. ... pr.
InfantL' ana culdrern' ................ pr.
Slippers tall leatherl ......................pr.
Boots, Shoes, ana other fooltear *.th
uppers of miaerlil oth.r tr..n leather.......pr.
Discontinued models, old styles, snd
second-hand shoes ...........................
Handbags, pocke books, and pursesa...........no.
Card cases, change purses, wallets, rnd
similar articles.......................... .no.
Luggage and related articles................no.
Leather belts to be worn on LhA person..........
Other leaLner minufactures......................
Animal ois and greases, Lnedible ............ b.
Other animals and aruial products...............
Group 1.-Vegetable Food Products
and Beverages...........................
Grain and preparations:
Malt .............. .......................bu.
Corn. ............................. 65 lb. bu.
Hominy and corn grits....... .............b.
Corn cereal foods, ready to e, .............lb.
Oats........... ....................52 1. au.
Oatmeal, groats, Ind rolle oats ..........lb.
whpat flour................................ cwt.
Macaroni, spaghetti, noodles, and
macerord products ........................lb.
Biscuits and crackers including cookiesl..lb.
bhent cereal foods ........................lb.
Other grains end preparations........ .......
Mixed dairy and poultry feeds ............... on
Other prepared jnd mixed reeds..............ton
Wheat feeds, oranr, mnldrJ Lhrs, .ec. ........tor,
Other feeds............ ................... .ton
Sedans, dried....... ....................... lb.
Fees, dried ........ ......................... it.
vegetables, frer,;
Potatoes, hte............ ... .t t...... .... Ib.
Other fresh vegetables....... ............
Vegetables, canned:
Asparagus .................. ................ L .
baked bears, and pork and beans............ lb.
Corn ............................ .........lb.
Pea .................... ......... ........ b.
Sju- ....... ............ .................. lb.
Tcrm.toes.................................. lt.
lon. ct paste ars purse................... .i b.
Tomato juice...............................lb.
Otner canne vegetDales ana Juices........ lb.
P.-kles. .................................... lb.
Ketchup, caili sauce, and tomato table
sauce ................ .................. .lb.
UMyonnaise and salaa dressing............... lb.
Other sauces and rellhe. .................. lb.
Vinegar. ................................. ..b.
Yeast............... ..... ................. lb.
Other vegetable prneprations ...................
Fresh fruits:
Apples..... ....... .........................
Pears ......................................lb.


Net Va(lue
quanti ty (dollars)


Shipp ng
weight
(pounds)


C0oITTM? DCsrIPON IwD UnT OP oATITT


F F 4 IF I


.......... 13,B5S,9568
.13,85,956
,. .. ,, ,,


168
..........
..........

63,376


420,523

2,334
49,141
45,100
49,748



80,217

63,000
..........
561,669
..........

19,277
46,097
100


59,265
868
11,352
36,040


-4,826
46,'34
264,495
129,566
6,001

1", 542

...
16,461l

25,0'S
4,817'


2,762


..........

34,531
!6
535,740
64 i
2,1B'
3',657






4,204
479
27
407
42,146
8;,190

',890,3R4


26,995
328,063

5'.9,479
197,6lF
16,50?
499,261
163,469
619,578
102,454

19.5,577
24,493
20C9.008
1Z,917


707,515
23,720
13,660
..........,

21,189


173,369

674
17,292
18,379
15,802



13,591

10,5 CO

250,863


8.235
22.984
16


17,009
515
4,"41
16,949
79,517

1,.26,645
2,134
10,700

210,4E5
80,334
557,080
161,598
9,017

25,954

26,846
40,921

19,560
9,985
16,809
24,588
435
66,819

1,783,599

64,905
26d
25,764
8,001
1,5C10
4,776
9,.!4

12.'48
71,560
9,274
E4,659
5C4, 'i9'
29,60.3
1,584
2',;293
4,-71
7,2i3

159,600
e4,'aX

6,732
.2,456
5,478
40,069
,'.743
1,E?75
46,520
11,75""
58,153
2,049

51,650
8,161
46,122
6.254

71,387


L51,duC,;4 ;L
...........

2,348,488
157,150
10,685
...........

84,958
...........

513,214

5,364
.76,460
61,628
72,451



95,555

75,950
........o..
742,518
..........

24,523
61,095
150


65,676
1,147
15,547
64,075
244,556

1, '3,549
971
20,442

220.512
94,448
543,635
98,076
-8,4C'

1,l185

1,638
25, '77

5,252
U1,"20
7,359
1,830
3,14z
49!,181

51,200,642

1,184,094
2,040
s5",490
985668
70,700
44,459
209,286

159,546
41 ,186
102,340
1,0386,094
9.450,245
1,0'11,968
650,450
91',826
47,535
94.540

5,895,60C0
1,569,62'?

51,160
51',227
:8.141
604,285
255,6f6
21,164
659,340
203,725
822,391
17,912

359,157
41,024
575,874
159,442

167,896


Group 1.-Vegetable Food Products and
Beveraeee--Cont. med

Fresh fruit s--Contnued
Other fresh fruits............................
Dried and evaporated fruts:
Raisins.....................................lb.
Other...................................1..1
Canned fruits:
Peaches...................................lb.
Pears....................................lb.
Pruits for salad........................... lb.
Other canned frutts........................lb.
Preserved fruit., Jellies and jams............ b,
Other fruit preparations........................
Nuts .......................................... lb.
Cottonseed oil, refined ......................lb.
Soybean oil.....................................lb.
Cooking fats other than lard..................lb.
Other edible vegetable oils and fats..........lb.
Scoa, powdered..............................lb.
Chocolate, including sweetened.................lb.
Spices ........................................ b.
Chocolate candy..............................lb.
Other candy ...................................lb.
ConfeetLona, nV.e.s............................b.
Chew ng gum ...................................lb.
Malt extract and malt sirup....................lb.
Malt liquors................................ al.
Whisky .. ................................pf.gal.
Other distilled liquors....................pf.gel.
Wines.....................................gal.
Sirups and flavors for beverages.............gal.
Pineapple juice .............................gal.
Other fruit Juices...........................gel.
Other beverages. .... ................... gal.
Other vegetable foods products.................


Group 2.- Veg.table Products Inedible,
tEee r FiPbers and Wood.................

Canvas shoes with rubber soles.................pr.
Rubber heels.............................doz. pr.
nruggists' rubber sundnes.. ...................
uDober balloons, toys, and balls .................
Hard rubber goods..............................
ries:
Truck sad bus casings...................... no.
Other automobile casiunsl ...................no.
Aut omibtle Inner tubes..................... no.
Other caslris and tubes.....................no.
Tire sundries and repair maternls............ lb.
Rubber belts and belting......................lb.
Rubber hose and tubing ....................... b.
Rubber packing..............................lb.
Synthetic rubber sold in bulk..................b.
Other rubber manufactures.......................
laval stores, gums and resins..................
Drugs, herbs, lesses and roots, crude .........lb.
LLnseed oil................................ .lb.
Other inedible oils and fats ..................lb.
Essential or aitilled oils................... b.
Blended, compounded or mixed perfume-
flavor os1 .................................. lb.
Leaf tobacco:
Bright flue-cured............ ..............lb.
Burley. .................. .................. b.
One sucker leaf tob cco.................... lb.
Cigar lea ................................ lb.
Cther leaf.. .............................. lb.
Ciprs %nl chpro. ............................
CLareLtes ...................................
Chewine tobacco, plug 4nd other ..............lb.
Other tobacco manufacture .................... b.
Stare. ana corn flour.......................b.
Br-oi s...................................... doa.
Mops.......................................... lb.
Other ir.edible eretable oroducts................
Group S.-Txtile Fibers and
Manufactures.............. ........ ........
Cotton rars, except paper stock............. b.
Cotton waeste............................ ... lb.
Cotton yarn ................................lb.
Other senmanufactures of catton............. lb.
Cotton manufactures:
Cotton thread, twine, cordage and rope-
Sereln thread .......................... Ib.
Twine, rope and cordage.................lb.
Cotton duel unbleached................sq. yd.
Other gray cloth, n e.a., including
tLre fabrics.........................aq. yd.
Finished cloth, bleached, dyed
printed, stiffened, or otherwise
oonvertd and colored yarn fabrica-
40 inches wide and narrower-
Drll1a, twills, and warp sateeans-
Bleached...........................sq. yd.
Dyed in the piece..................sq. yd.
Printed............................. q.-yd.
Sheetings-
Bleached... ...................... aq. yd.
Dyed in the piece.................sq. yd.
Printed............................ q. yd.
Wider than 40 Lncheb
Sheetinge............................q. yd.
Other.................................. d.


ist rI m
1 ttyW (dallal


..........

65,165
35,849

81,045
157,975
99,557
89,776
45,682

16,405
3,524
142,510
249,144
53,859
169,3532
17,000
4,909
92,670
122,574
23,558
6,621
453,14
18,000
4,649
9
390
2,597
..........
RB, 761
150






226
4,45
..........



4,524
4,290
1,494
3,668
25,506
15,221
9,094
1,624
..........
..........o

525
202,304
520
,8.02

11,109

56,B50

54,975
46,210
400

104,442
10,000
1,585
258,515
1,115


...........


8,659

11,096
23,101
14,809
12,769
11,171
5,3550
8,872
895
24,450
43,2S
17,682
55,611
4,599
2.891
23,510
26,170

2,686
3,514
15,874
75,168
98
1,800
2,819

108,981
2474
14,120



815,180

1,6689
4,180
2,444
...........
591

120,788

S,5,42
3,654.
8,697
IC,952
5,612
1,238


135

35,550
80
50,701

105,131

9,095

9,062
55,891
56

355,615
4,000
1,505
10.515
12.559
8,296


........ I" 10.lo..55| -""" "5


120,682
176,985
6,060
500


34.815
16,519
5,955

116,275





19,677
1,.043
55,891

11,296
104,782
65,817

68,715


5,098,585
5,582
12,204
4,996
155


49,543
7,807
2,590

53,516





5,142
54,955
18. 7s15


25.515
15,097

16,557


112.609
815.5of




41,855

4,146









e.'O
58,0118








2,084


19,85
U.-,


I 2011






0 i
7,4












'"p,




145,426









25Am.2



m3r0,1
7. S z ..:

74,925
11,60?
4,15





910












24,



350,151


r~;. i




































I.




















-t



1-
?* .



































tL.




















F '
.w
r




EI












'i


CO.I



Group
Ifaii


3.-Te-tile Fibers and
facturesCoantinued


Cotton aamuractlres-Cont lsned
Finished cloth, Bleached, dyfd, printed,
stiffened, or otherwise converted and
colored yarn fabrics-Continued
Print cloth yarn fabrics-
Carded broadcloth.................aq. yd.
Printlalh-
Bleached......................... q. yd.
Dyed In the place................. q. yd.
Printed.........................sq. yd.
Other..............................q. yd.
Colored yarn fabrics-
DeOlm ............................ sq. yd.
Suitinge, twille, coverts
coltonades ........................sq. yd.
ChanbraRs. .........................sq. yd.
Other colored yarn fabric, n.e.s..sq. yd.
Pine goods and combed cotton fabrics-
Toilea. organdles, lawns and
baaststes, combed................ q. yd.
Other combed and fine carded goods,
.. L. ............. ... ....... sq. yd.
S Cotton and rayon mixtures
(cotton chief value).............sq. yd.
Other finished cotton cloth, n.e.s...sq. yd.
Cotton fabrics sold by the pound...........lb.
Other cotton fabrica..................,.......
Handoercohefs.............................dot.
Cotton gloves and mitlens..............doz. pr.
Knit goods-
Hosiery-
Women' s ........................... dog. pr.
Children's........................ doz. pr.
Men's............................doe. pr.
Underwear, knit........................ doz.
Outerwear, sweaters, shawla and
other knit wearing apparel..............no.
Gaments of woven fabrics-
Overalls, breeches, pants, aprons,
and men's work clothing, n.e......... do
Underwear, men's and boys', except knit.doz.
Work shirts ............................doz.
Other men's and boys' snirts,
except knit ............................ oz.
Other men's and boys' clothing of
woven fabrics, n.e.s....................
Women's dresses and ensembles...........no.
Women's and children's ulnerwear,
and nightwear, except n .............doz.
Children'a outerwear, except knit....,..doz.
Other imnen's and children's
apparel of woven fabrics, n.e s............
Braids, trim ings, bindings, Lacings, etc...
Blankets.................................no.
Quilts, comforts, counterpanee, and
bedspreads .. ........... ...............no.
Bedaheets and pillow cases.. ...........doz.
Laces, embroideries and lace window curtains
Towels, wash cloths and bath mats.......doz.
Cotton bags.............................no.
Other otton anufactures...................
Bags of Jute...............................l.
Bags or jute........................... ...,
Flax hemp and ramle anuafacturs. ...........
Cordage ................................ .. b.
Other vegetable fiber, straw or grass
manufactures.................................
Wool manufactures:
Fabrics................................. ..lb.
Carpets and rugs of wol. ............ q. yd.
Men's and boys' overcoats, suits
and pants...............................
S Other wearing apparel......................
,Other mool or mohair manufactures...........
Silk manufactures
Hosiery...................... ... ......dot. pr.
Other sLix rearlng apparl..................
Other silk manuactures ....................
Rayon ard synthetic text les:
Yarn .................................... lb.
woven filament yarn fabrics, n e s.. ....lb.
Woven suan rayon fabrics, n.e.s.......... b.
Remnants and mill ends............. .....lb.
Dresses, skirts and olouse ...... .......no.
Hosiery:
Women' and children's.............doz. pr.
Men's socks.......................doz. pr.
Inlt underwear.........................doz.
Woven underwear........................dot.
Ribbons, braids and trinimngs..............
Other synthetic textile manufactures .......
Linoleum and felt-base floor roa.rings.sq. yd.
Oilcloth for shelf, Lable and wall.....sq. d.
Pyroxylin coated or impregnated
fabrics.............................aq. yd.
Corsets, brasslerea and girdles............no.
Neckties, cravats and acarfs..............doz.
Hatbraids, strips and sheets of
natural fibers or synthetic textiles......ya.
Hats of straw, palm leaf. etc..............no.
Wool felt hata.................. ..........no.
Other nats, caps and berets...............no.


142,497

244,219
166,459
2,030,054


11,695

169,611
167,!20
54,949


184,803

459,511

199,296
155,796
140,271

6,612
1,122


2,692
7,520
4,791
5,794

45,119


175
655
165

1,22'


17,816

5,950
7,066



16, UO

12?,725






185,:10






21,310
5,075

1,176








12,140
91', 605
271,741

12,848

9,257
27,474
1,188
6,245


22,565
4,251

65,459
11,507
1,54

44,540
18,677
22,554
7,914


28,963

47,924
55,825
,99,015


5,3566

159,896
30,879
12,784


41,4864

104,809

60,025
24,620
70,151
7,9(t
L1,498
10,866


7,166
14,852
11,25533
16,7"4

28,481


1,819
2,574
2,219

22,970

54,275
51,950

6,286
29,474

7,471
19,595
17,069

32.091

S7,409
14,487
91,665
199.152

I ,"46
1,689

17,194

31,391


"7,111
E,750
72,514


10E
2,233

11,989
2:0,551
97,089
17.?00
91,617

i8,092
41,515
7,812
66,057
11,438
1"2, '06
6,581
1,002

3,003
9,882
11,154

1,152
20,504
14,7024
4,434


32,564

36,427
335,3585
403,135


6,975

77,819
46,922
16,776


79,691

19,898

55,998
29,165
144,959
8,281
4,182
1,164


2,427
6,292
4,768
12,560

16,585


1.909
1,650
1,542

11,166

18,720
15,i60

E,910
20,504

2,703
19,564
25,825

26,9'4
24,262
31,398
21,115
226,1 37
121.233
199,404

1,287
7,662

96,125

9,926
2,551

15,811
1,601
99,623


.10
114

14,5568
162,"10
67,69'
27,939


11,15

2,762
18.170
4,259
11,282
81,"s0
5,415

5,325
2,703
2,149

400
.6850
12,651
2,546


Group 5.-Textile Fibers and
ManufactLures-Con tnued

Artificial flowers, fruits, etc...................
Mattrreses, coton, kapok, moss and hair.. .no.
Absorbent cotton, gauze and steritlled
bandages.. .......... .. .. Ib.
Other textiles ................................


6",045


c3roup 4.-Wood and Paper...... ........ ... ........


Railroad tiea, incluainj sawed.......... bd ft.
Piling. .... ......................... ln. f.
Telegraph, trolley and electric light
poles............ ... ......... .. ...........no.
Sawed timber...... .............. .... bd. ft
Board, planks and scantlings:
Sopres .. ......................... bd ft.
Dost aas fir, dressed ... ........... M bd. ft.
Southern pine-
Rough .... ......................... bd. ft.
Dressed.... .. ....................U bd ft
Otner softwood. ...................... bd. ft.
Hardwoods............. .............. bd ft.
Barrels, casks and hoheads........... ...... no.
Doors, asunc ,r and blinds .................... no
Tvrin irgs arn moldings................... 1 Fn. ft.
Other mUlwork and house fiJture ..........
Chairs. ...................................... no.
Wood furniture, chief value of wood...............
Wood furniture, chief value of upholstery........
Other wood and manufactures .....................
Cork manufactures ................................
Paper Base Stocks................................
Newsprint .................................... b.
Book paper, no coated .......................lb.
Greaseproof and waterproof paper ............. lb.
Wrappi.w paper, except Krafl.................. Ib.
Kraft wrapping paper..........................l b.
Tissue arid crepe paper................,......l.Ib.
Toulet paper................................ lb.
Paper towels and napkins ..................... lb.
Box board .................................. Ib.
Other paper board........................... lb.
Fiber insulating board 7le inch and over
In thlcknea...........................sq. ft.
Filing folders, index cards, and other
office forma ................................l. .......... Ib.
Writing paper, inelu'ain fancy writing paper..Ib.
Paper bags.................................. Ib.
Boxes and carton....... .... ................lb.
Envelopes ..................... .......... ... b.
Other paper and paper products ..................


710


77


57

518
1,164

731

220
307,660

2.815





2,127,E90
79,342
56,6B3
915,341
321.749
15,078
27,501
12,042
306,519
579,404

102,288

20,759
187,773
923,539
159,756
50,958


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


Coal .....ton
Core ...... .................................. Lon
Gasoline ............................ ...bbl.
herosene..... .............................. bl.
Gas oil ard distillate fuel oil.............bbl
Residual fuel oil ........................... bbl.
Lubricating oil.........................................bbl.
Lubricating greases.......................... l b.
Petroleum asphalt................................ton
Other Petroleum products n.e.....
Cement............................. 76-lb. bbl.
Lime............................... 200-lb. bbl.
,yllnder, crown and 3heet giars.......... q. ft,
Plate and other rlass......-............. ** *....
Unfil led glass conta iners............ ...... ..... .
Tum1tlers, drinking glasses ani stemrare, plain,
cut, or anarved................ .............no.
Table gLassware,n.e.s plain, cut, engraved,
or otherwise aecorated...... ................no.
Other plas.ewre...................... .. .......
Pottery, chuna, porcelain and earthenware:
Table and uetehen articles..... ..........doz.
:iloset bowls and water closet sets... ..pieces
Electrical porcelain. ......... .....lb.
Ot-e.r co.tter. ................*......* *......
Fire clay brick..............................**
Othcr brick. ...... .............. ... ..... I
Earlhen floor and wail i lea...........sq. ft.
Other terra-cotta ars ceramic manufactures......
Other clay and clay products... ................-
Abrailves. ............. ....... ..
Asbestos:
Asbestos, unmanufactared............... ..ton
Textils, imrn and a&iKlng............. lb. It.
Brake rning-r ............. .... ..........*
Oth-r asbestos manufactures, n e. s........
Asphalt and bitumen, ratural.....................
Fock wool and other seml-rlrid and "f1ll"
mineral inaulatire materials..... ...........
Sulfur...... .......... ... .......... ****.... *
jilt................. ..... ....... ....... b.
.Oher nonm-tullic minerals ind mineral
pro.icts ........... ........-..........*** ....


groupp E.-Mltals -nd haruf'actures,
Except Vachinery ind 7n.slas .............

Iron and steel:
Iron ore........... ..... ..* *.... ..... o
Steel bars, cola fi onshend.......:.......... 1b
Concrete reinforcement bars................ b.


3,B86
412






2
... .. 11
814
652,900
49.824



112,624

524,195


26,585
3,245
5,529








..........
011

35,?'7













1,589,042


',620
50,922

s2,930
11.083

850,795


403


5,015


2,420

28,224
75,757

54,372

1,548
5,699
248
7,538
21,611
13,711
15, ne
40,922
10,522
55
63,294
1,708
10,S74
67,656
22,535
1,352
2,625
1,284
15,985
18,246

4,736

4,587
29.555
1-3,184
24,957
15,068
98,682

968,189

2',590
5,035




59,457
I,51
46
",810
4,579
4,235
4,899
19. lid
260,833

10,74

29,711
20,714

41U.E..
23,990

5,624
1,043
1,200
10,249

C49
4,5-8



1,22.'
2,10r
01
A9
141
-1', 8

24t,024


.;9,057 7,615
.,245,140 65,8h11


1,459
68,651

10,5379
15.954

15,800,599


29,952


347,880


149,501

2,522,791
5,518,060

2,259,978

4,005
117,650
1.195
27,687
62,548
44,073
391,527
19,540
1,000
2,161,575
88,718
105,102
929,980
322,5357
16,918
50,756
15,455
31 ,256
.89,508

98,141

25,551
204,254
945,566
555,087
54,591
440,899

57,542,536

8,703,520
922,200

..........


1,455,694
99,006
5,762
506,700
509,520
662,000
114,024

5,639,889

66,640

246,109
82,812

268,050
180,128
5,001
27,450
93,651
90,522
26,247

4!.,004
17,510



2,656
65,702
15,484,897

250
589
2,055,535

'.58,659



10,773,745



229,553
1,243,140


SHIPMNTS OF MERCHANDISE AND GOLD AND SILVER FROM THE UNITED STATES TO PUERTO RICO-MAY, 1945-Continued


t 1 Valuet tiD Slippint! D T Q T lt [ Value 5 hipping
n DblCRIPTnl AND UNIT 6O QUANTT q i (.U COMOITy DESCR(IoTIN AM UNIT OF QUArTT qunty 1, ols (ippoe
(punds) 11 (po..ds)


.... ?.4,"99










SHIPMENTS OF MERCHANDISE AND COLD AND SILVER FhOU THE UNITED STATES TO PUERTO RICO-MATo 19450-Co tluald ,


COMICDIT DESCRIPTION AND UIT OF QUANTITY q ity i
I I. it


Group 8.--letels and Manufactures.
Except Machinery end Vehicles-Cpnt.

Iron and steal-ContLnued
Steel bars, not containig alloy ........... L
Other iron and steel bars ..................lb
Iron and a.eel plaLe.... .................lb
Iron and steel sheets. galvanrted..........b,
Tin plate and tagger's tin ...............b,
SLrucLural ron and steel:
Tanks (storage)..... ....................lb
Structural shape&-
Not fabricated....................... on,
Fabricated........................... ton
Sash and lfrmes of iron or steel.........lb,
Metal lath and sheet piling.............. lb.
Railway track material:
Rail .................................. .
Rall Joints, splice bare. fishplate.
and Lie plates.................. .......lb.
SwiLche,. frogs, and croasinga..........lb.
Boiler tubes..............................lb.
Mal.leab-Lron screwed pipe fittings.......lb.
Cast-Lron pressure pipe fittings...........lb.
Cast-Iron soil pipe fittings...............lb.
Welded lack steel pipe ................... Ib.
Welded galvanized pipe;
Steel................ ..................lb
Wrought Iraon.......... ............ ... b.
Other tubular products and rfitinr s........b.
Iron and steel aire. coated .............. l.
Galeanized ire ..........................lb.
Barbed ire ............................. .lb.
love..re fencing ................... ........ b
Woven ire screen cloth....................lb.
MIre rope and ire strand.................lb,
Electric welding rods and wire ..... ..... Ib
Other sire manufactures ............. ...... b
Wire na& ...................................b
Other nals., tacks, and saplea..............
Bolts, macune screws, nuts, rivals, and
sasbhers ................... .. .. .. ... lb.
Iron and steel casti.ga................. l
Railay car weels, res., and axles .......lb
Iron and aseel forgngs. n.e.s...............
SfeLy-razor blades...... ...................
Table and kitchen cuer......................do.
Other cutlery and parts ....................
Tin and gavibuzed hollo. wire.............. I,
Tin cans, firihed and unfinshed ..........lb
LavatorLes, slnks, and otner plu-birng
flxres of ernamelware, iron sand steel....no.
Enameled household and hospital warea...... lb,
SheeteLal lockers, storage cabinets, and
rfL ing case .............. ................. .,
Other office and furniture fLtures ...........
Uetal beda and bad aprings..... ...........no,
Other metal furnlture.......................
Gas stoved, ranges, and hear ,s........ no,
Kerosene heating &nd cooking stoves........no,
SOther stoves and par, except electric......
SC r blades.............................. .
File and rasps........... ..............do?.
Haoera and tc hets ...................... do
Shovels, spades, sroaona, rat dr'i3e troo'.do-
H9na 3113l 3 1 -1arti -*. ...............
Fddlinci iror, steel, Drat L*nd brrne....don,
Door lraka, and loch[ a5et. ron. stL-l
rBss and hr .. .... ...... .... .
Hinge' nd .irrl s, 1e-r. ari me.-0 r. ..r..-. .
Oth-r b. Ilr 1 hardarc ....
0,t- hirdarp ................... ... ...
apr'cii ard other p.>-cFr tsns'iiuakoi-.

Othr cr.ain- ....... .................. It
"ciler nm tualances.......... ...... .....no.
tletal dr.-ns ar on ajrs far -i, fa3
anal oiner ';.uS ,.........................
Iner )'os en s.r-l olaurt.ur:........ .. ..
;J-- .,n sran' ..are'............... -..
CDop-s .
l-l's1red ci-r in .ncri', -.r', et l.... b

PFi ,'L anr -^n-r ... .. .. ... .......lit
iLr loair.' ............. ............ .. In.
;uctbe -.- 'a r :-prl.e r ".... ...... .. 1' .
riat r rsprnc r.dpcvr ire. ............... I.



lut-r,' cn.ss ed ...................
's-1.or.is' an?

tn-,r.' era.. 6jr.1-r'-es-,.;fn..-,rc' e..


I., I T ... ...... .... i. .4,
r.*rl i w- ,. .c .. . .1
.tner -t.. l Ind r al ':.ndssi-in
-. .... . . .
Flatlmwn ind iidll --It.i L '. '.
-lif*r .,r. *, 1.1 T ,ir t.. e. f ,. es rT s* lr... .. .i


170,ace
9,810
384,518
1,500.564


90,807

62

3,000


* 3

104,405
5,980
54,498
30,139
156,929
214,055
94,891

444,241

169,416
22,508
246.637
196,295
1681.788
35,42S
19,841
37,549
65,694
127,146
45,296

95,314
7,76351
147,745

15.105
5,B72

22,517
637,497

402
108.192

52





..... .....









..........
",50
1 ,262



545..........





"Sr
IseI
4.IA8


iW.











2. `
..........











a,.,"*4

i.447





I


Value








4,899
1,801
10,790
77,524


48,834

5,159
342
1,il2


255

3,053
397
4,385
b,871
6,159
8,136
S,535

20,575

14,609
866
18,387
8,569
14,484
5,893
5,720
4,321
8,828
5,660


11,679
6807
4,269

17,680

5,008
1,210
57,514

16
35.726

624
5.7SO
77.913
2,897
2,019
8.845
4,.717
4,064
15,705
611
?,?284
24,191
14.4S7

s.W
2,9 4
,311







I ,9e'
4,717

11.'59









CBo



144
o. Pa-0







1'.1
7,B-L
l g i lB
L9l'H


Shipping








170,508
9,965
184 .524
1,508,147


91.060

138,732
680
3.000
..........

6.790

104,525
5,980
54,656
11,955
156,929
214,847
94,891

444,312

171,'56
22,109
247,599
199,024
161,876
35,871
22,190
40,859
57,677
156,973
48,818

102,937
7,825
148,095

17,085
8,445

21,879
869,556
69,6S6


492
12D. L11

2,140
32,195
495.934
14,538
1,080
42,796
19,638
5.olU

1, 67

71,562


774
14.01I
14.9'"
'1,095


.''90


10,125




14. 141
1,191
5-. 1li

i ,179
SQ., W91









i7.4


CaOiO ITT DSCRIPTIOU AD B11~ T OF qOA Sltt



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

Electrical Macst-iery and Apparatus:
Generators and artse......................... .........
ending aets. ........................... no. 14
Storage batteries, 6 mnd 12 elt ........... no. 4
Flashlight batteries ....................cel 130,594
Dry mltiplea ell oatteries, except.
flaablJght ................................. el 5.60
Other storage, dry nd met cell
primary baLternes................................. ...
Distribution tranaforare,500 kilovolt
apersea and less.........................o, dB
Other tranrsormera.........................no. 512
Srltcnboard panels, except LelephooCt ..................
Power stitLees and circuit breakers over
10 asperea..........................................
*aLt-sour and other measuring m sra......sI. 1
Other transmission and distribution apparpus. ..........
Motor ...................................no 116
Starting and cotnrolling equipment ,
accessories and parts for notors......................
Portable electric tool ....................n. ..
Electric refrigerators and parts-
Houaehold. .............................. o I1
Commercial up to to................... .1
Parts for electric rerrigeratere.......... .......
Flashligh .. ............................ ... n 1,75
Electric ran .............................. no.
Electric incandescent laps ............... no. 171,8
Electric household ashing machines and prts..........
Electr etic domestIe va r cleaner and parts............
Elctrie flatirons........................ no, .
electric cooking range ...................no, 45
Other domestic heating or cooking devices
and utensils........................................
Industrial electric furnaces and other
heiatng devices .....................................
Therapeutic and X-ray apparalu ........................
Radio apparatus-
TrainaUtting sets. Lubes and parts........... .........
eceiring sea .......................... ...... .
Receiving tubes ........................... no, ,19
Reseiring eet components......................
Tl phone apparatus......................... ..........
Metal conduIt outlet and switch boees....... ..........
Sockets, outlets, fuse blocks and l ghtinp
sritche. ..... .... ... ... ...... ......... .... ......
Electric interior Igintliog fixture ........... ..........
Other ring suppl.les and line mLeril ....... ..........
Other electrical machinery and apparatus................
Industrial machinery:
Locaotive parts and accessories. ........... ..........
Stezu boUlers. fire and water tubes.....fq.rt. 9,908
Other team engines, condeaser, beaters,
and accessories ....................... .... ........
iteama pecis LLi.ea............................ .
Internal oebuson engne...........................no. 1
Engine .Cceaaorles and parts..........................
racavators and parts .. .................. .
Road-making eaulpeni and parts.........................
Other construction equipment and part........ .......
mning, quarrying, sell, and refining
machinery. ..;......l pu............................
CantrfLrual puimpa.........................no 25
DeepweUt turbine pumps ..... .............. n ..........
Other pumps and parts...........................
Metal-sorKing srhtnery.................... .... .......
Sewing machinaa-
For ddestic use .......................no 400
For factory or induarioal use............no. 129
ewing achner parts............................... .....
Baery machinery parts... ............. ...............
Eooduorking machinery............... .........
BoLtlling. botLle-baahJng and boLtle ldeling
mac .r.ery and parts.................................... .....
Ice akinga and refLgerating equipaent......... .........
Air rompressors ............................. no.
Laundry sanchlnery ..... ..............................
Iron arid steel oa4y valves for steam. after.
'oil and as......... .... .. ........ ..........
Other Lnda.arial machinery and parts...................
List-adding m acniies ...................... .no. 4
Calculating machinre.......................no. 19
Olter accounting and calculating machines
and par ts..... .... .. ... ......... ......... ..........
Cash registers ................. ............no.
Type ter s ... ................:..........no. 18
Other office bpp.ianees and p ......................
PrLntirn and boosDindng machinery ........... 1
Horse and poser plows .................... no.! 39
Other cultivatiLn ijpleentLs and parts....... ..........
Wheel traculaving tractors.................no
Parts ana Bccessories for tractors......... .....,..
Other agricultural machinery. implements end
PatL... ... .......... .................... ..........
Yotor truis., busses, and cnassis ..........no. 104
Passenger cars and chasls.is...............00. 5
Adialblea parts except battery boxes, tires
irner tubes, fan bLLs end enginee..................
A.t.blle &-:censorrles ...... ..........
Puamp for gasoLine ano oil................no.I ..........
Automobile service applioncPs ........... ...... .........
Cycles and parts (except tLreaJ..............


J6?.)II1


1,045l





BIS




1.751






1,610
928










51,W


B4.
la



1,0

8,1M




a.=










455
1.136
23.14










17.519
S21


s.m
1,952











12,138
18.274



5101
156





4,852










.14761
123.147














8,066
179,989
4.814
7,709














.3,24
500
1,4S1
8.,860
12,73.1
10,709
4,319
6.687
21,011



S.510

1,503
3,475







6,175


u.MU
:- WA














IMt.E : a..
11,55






S.Wa,


;
17,2 1






""""+ ;|





Sla.0

..........
1 .15. *I





5,070
a... .f:



a,at
1,0. .



806
26.44

115.28 '


90,485 -



14 4 5 *

589.1

Ii.
653,054










SHIPMENT OF MERCHANDISE AND GOLD AND SILVER FROM THE UNITED STATES TO PUERTO RICO-MAY, 1945-Continued


C" CMMITT DESCRIPTION AND UNIT OF QUANTITY



Group ?.--Machinery and VYelclea--Cont.

Iheelbarrow ............................ .... o.
Puah:srts and hand trucks.................0.
1 theela, excepL automobile and car........... o.
Other Vehicles and parLa.....................

Group 8.-Chemurals and RelaLed Products

Coal-tar products................. ... .. .......
WhiLe min eral oil...... ... ............. l.
VilAsLines and vitasLerols, n.e.s.. .......lb.
S Biologics:
Serumos and antatito.ns for human use.. ..
Vaccines for h ar, use.. ..................
rOher biologies........ .....................
lrxias., tinctures, extractr aird a.mpules,
and sunilir liquid scluLion.... ......... .
TabletsL pls, carsules, poders, oinurer.LU
and sumilr manusacture ... ............ ...
MedAcial chemicals (U.S.P.)for
prescription use.........................
Household medicinal cnemicdls ind
pharmaceuLicils in small packages,...........
Mouoh washes, gargles, j personal
antisept s. .. ..... ........ ...............
Salves and ointment s......... .............
Cold, cough, and broncnLal nreparations .......
Tonic, olood purifiers, enausions, and
appetizers..................................
Laxatives, pur6atives, and cashartlL s. .......
Milkl o magnesaa................ .........
Digestive oreparations..........................
Headache, neuralgia, and pain remdles ........
Other p.-opraetary medJcical prearaions......
Agricultural insecticides., ungIcsOes,
and similar Dreparations and maters is........
Household and industrial utnect.cides and
exterminate or .... .............. .... ..... .
Household and i.nau'.trill disir.rfecarnls,
deodorants, germucides, rrperlents, and
eaihlar preparations. ... ..... .....10o.
Balting poF der ...... .... .. ...... ... iD.
Po irshes ............... ......... ...... 1D.
FlavorlnA e x ract .............................
Other che sucl specialty c mnounas ............
Acids aWld dandrides ... ...................
Alcohols......... .... ............. ...... .. .
Otner organic chenis. ls........... .......... ....
Alunanum sulfaLe... .. ................... .lb.
3l eachri g o id d ... ...... ........ ..... ID.
Hljdrpor.ie (ciaujLts. potash............... ...10.
Other c ..l c Yipour.:- .............. .....it.
Oaaes, cuopress.ed, lijeuieja noa solmictllea....
Other industries chemicals......... .........
Mineral earth and chemical pLentj. ....... lb.
BiLuminou pauits, 1quid and plastic..........
Paste and semi-paste paint color' in oLI,
puLLty and pa-te need f il-er............ ...lb.
KalEocur.e or :old i '.r ;ar.iic5 1dr.. .....ib.
Nitroc.luJaose lacquers. ...... .. .gel.
Thuinners for nitroce1Uuc loe tiaciuer. .... U
heady-tex.rd palNLS. sLa-ns, a.r ,rn. is.. .r. 1
Varmruhea ioil or spirit and il.id
dryers .............. ............. ....g l.
ALoru su lfs. late.... ......... ..............1.
Other niLrogenous chesrcal oniuriils........ton
Superphsp hte...... ...... ......... ....... on
PotasSic f sr.liaer carriLsl .. .......... ..
Nllrcgencas pnoaprAitic tyreA. .. .. .. 1
Prepared fertilizer Istrra ... ........... I.
Other fOrtlliZr.... ..... ...... .........
TolleL or fancj soar. ........ ......... .. ib.
Laundry soap. ................ ..... ...... .... lb.
Poaaered or flkeI a soap........ ...... ...... Lb.


Net Valsa hlpping
usntity (doLlars) une)t


1,748
17u


1,185
ed,a37


19.75.5.
.19,5ls





ne,;ln









226,7',0










56, .-i
6f,, 45.e












346,7114
2h,': 7l


2,976
1I.Iui
-04'
60,847


1,5,620
.3,869
1,501
4B9,e92


........... 1.186.015 41,4(4,593


B.0314
465
6E,316.

J.E ,6o4
6,545
el 14



'8,l;7
15, T4



5'iUl

8,196

19.34 '

58.s15s
15.90
13,453
3, 386
5,447
98,864







. ,41t.

B,4 l i
l4 l1 '







4.1'54

3, 4, .
*l .51








i5.,S.7
I .'.4
1153,t.






16,91







9,i-i16
959
.,45S
69,j83
959 ~


79,i L
3,946
47,15l

5,249
1,51t
9,652



10,4i8

36, 14la

76,557

26,c 3
49,15S
69,565

86.822
26, 5c"

6,837
4,583








1 ,517

2 ',.,i
,?7.ls 4.
(1,B42





29, i19
154,1135
14,497
25,0.'.
9,s31.
l,2I3,C6',

]79,;'.i



3116,610
47,7:6.

i*'. "44

1,.CA 54



4'.'," 'W
1 ,95, "1
2,159,67l.1

5,545, 75.'

1,919,5'71
4,04 '

10,501


Let
CMICCOLTY DESCRIPTION AND UNIT OF QUANTITY qunit



Group B.-Chemicals and Related
Products-C om umed
Scour lg brises, pastes, ponders, so p,
and 'ashiln& powdera. ........... ..ib. 2410.684C
Other soaps............ .................... b. 371, 48
Dental creams ........... ...Ib. 4.5, ,65
lalcum pofaer .I.. .......
Fce jnd cooDaC, Lwder ....... .... .. .
C la cream .... .............. ..... l 17,741
Otner creams, lotLona and Doi. .. ............. .... .
Rouges ari other co~ieilcs ..... .
H-er preparati. ons ... ...
Perfurery and iollet iers .... .
Other touLe preparatrris .. ... ... .
Ohner chemicals ina rel.aed pro d.uci .... ..
Group 9. -l E :.' lnecu .... .. ...
Motor pict'ire 'rurd eier ... ... ..
Motoin picture lila' .......... Ln. fL. ...329,216
,Oter 'enitiaed frlls, not e prs-d.
rolls or paces.... .. .. .no. 7, ,7
Phot.- raphic paper .. .. ......... .. .. .lo 2,94O'
Other chc'.ct7rahic pppjratus and surcples.. ......
Optical goods........ ... .. .. ....... .........
Dental rofice squipmnnt nrd sjpples ........ .... .....
S'Arrc.il arnd EieJicadl intruenl ...... ... .. .. ....
Surgical ppLiance ............................. ...
Otr.er scienr.iJf and profes.soral
anstrurer t, apparatus .nd s3.Jples....... .. ....
piaros ................. ......... .. ...n. 4
Prh.rr&rapns .... .... .............. .... n Li
Pr.orograpnr cor c .. ............. ..... ..........
Other mussial instoawrn.ts, pasrt and
accessor,es.......... .................... ...... .
POf'Ce I ... .. ....... .... ........................
Fr ar 3u prs.: ........... ...o. 478.
Irco., ncrl .di pruintin ard lithographic. .............
C.ra'n n pe.r b. ..... .... k,6177
:th'r i f ICe sup-i I s. ... ............... .........
D;lL nr p&rL. .... .
Ch.irr s o t na part .
MC r.in,.a t .n .i.. ....... ..... ..........
T y s, rn.F.s .. ... .... .. ....


AUT'rs ..... ..........
Bc u l r rl red ttri t l........... ...
rr..r OD un .. .. .. .
Car'. l: E an pamprnets .. ... .....
i .trogrs3Cr..e l.< rtrinies naHr. .r, exci7-L mp.ps
CtLLr."r prct.so r.nMttera

Clr 1. rurL.. .t ... .... ..... .... .....
Clr.: ri-3 ............ ..... ......... .
BornL and c hrt.a. l.nsurs ... ..... l..gI i170,95
Composition r'of uig, asphalL ar.d
asbe.o C. ... ... ....... .. uar 17,O X
ButtcE a3r padr. ............ .. .... r.. 71
Luir aind .lur.i r l;ri dEv.ce: except

s... ........ ..... ......
Marc......n. .
. ..ru r. ... .. c.;. 11.016
..rs';, ... ............ ...... .. .. ... 343 890
Ur.ut-riL and p-r. s .. ... 4.161
ar.die .. ..... .... .. ... .it. 56,42
Nets c. rS. :h>es.p ro. lieS, inI spe:3lLie ei .... .
R-Irrx. rs.e rs, r. e:'c I cLrL ....... .. .-c..r
,:.a. tc.frtiUn ar3 .ar jUptic3
Cld. ojperated .srhriLne.., except ri-sicl. c.. 1
Ho'ih-i a P l r.' eri .naI of fect a. .. ... ......... .
A1il ien: ist ies eqportiei I .r rel ef or
c tr. 1Ly ... ..... .. .. .... ... .
.11 ot-5 r articl .. .. .. .... ... ... .
X.CLD ANu :I.VFfI
Seiver Coin. .. .. .. ........... .. .
Cola Coin........................... ....


aol s J (pud


13,3 ,7
11,(419
4i,47%
6,687

8,259
7,t.1l
7,! 68
1. d'J
53, "07
19, 0)6
1. 5
7d6,645

?W987

512(.
5.ci4

19,t4B8
19,21.
10,9590
3,957

4e.,69
849





3,75
8,85"-

1,648
18,Sr
6,066
I.bi5




727
5,5 4
1,715
4.6.1
I .373


1.5V

9,.214
41,5 '.

23,476
14,81;8





12., 4,.

77, 54

0.,

4,3'-'
49,L5
41;,31':


279,477
48.,375
64, 59
27,851
14 .37
20,243
15,888
,. 75
64,535
25,604

16,615
,514 ,684
3,27Z
d,494


3,620
6,795
1,178
?, '.d

7,646
2,953
2,621

4<,L1U
2,1 9
5,540
35,278

1,55.
1,906
305
71,869
3,.454
0,7 91
7,661
6C'


6q, 161
I'M
(,S'(



*1'
2, 51
?,54c

200,594

446
*,379



13,9 3




b7,~16









4,155
4,153
'32 919


i


I II






A" .. :: *.. .I


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111.41 Igoe ) 01t 1 ,A 4..
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Total expor.*...................................
Total merhandisel...........................
Total Gold and Slveer...........................
Fo rign merhand ise s...........................
lUnted States produotB retured.................
Puerto Rsaa products ...........................
Cattle hides and kLaa...... ................b.
Goat hides ad ka ................... ........I
Boeaes...................................... b.
egatbles, fresh, aanwed, dried, et........cb.
resh fruit... ....
Prepared or presarved truLa.
Clitre in brino.. ......................... s.
PLneapples.................................Lb.
Other prepared or preserved fruitLa.........lb.
Coconuts:
It the shell.................... .........
Sweetened, shredded or prepared............lb.
Cocoa beans................................Lb.
Coffee:
For export.................................Lb.
Other....................................Jb.
Socer:
Unrefined.................................lb.
Refined...................................iLb.
Iblassee...................*..............gal.
aH y .......................................l b.
ruit Jules..................................gal.
Cordiala.................................pr.gal.
Sm......................................pr.gal.
7ea.ab le oila .............................lb.
Balba, roots, treaa, plants. ete..,.........lb.
Tobacco and anefacLturaa:
Leaf, sateed.............................Lb.
Stams, esraps sed trLmLng.................b.
Clgars ead charoota........................N
Ci-rett tee................... ...... ....1M
Otner tobacco and aoufacturea ............lb.
Canotn, raw............................ .....lb.
Cotton manufactures:
loman'a dresses, skirts end lmist........doz.
o mansa undnr ar.......................doz.
Children's dresaes.......................doz.
Mbe's and boys' clothing..................doz.
Hlightlioa and pajama.....................doz.
andkarchlefra............................doz.
Brldge sets, table covers, scarfs.
towel, and naphia ......................doz.
sheets and pillow cases...................doz.
laces...................................yd,
Other cotton anufactur'e.....................
LLaen echinueurs:..
landkearchLefs ............................doi.


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


48,836
1,391
1,324
54,758


230,949
1,637,740
328,849

306
373,100



100

189,855
20,963
1,831,417
21,485
114,732
1,256
464,903

14,991

288,714
78,207
7,105
8,250
95,522
..........


68
10.407
1,037
527
246,227

38,685
2,900
U.,422


3,810


13,89 ,327
13,398,127

87
68,534
13,329.706
6,300
475
560
5,775
LL,358

29,275
225,372
47,404

26,300
113,584
1,950


as

6,608,895
1,142,464
256,147
2,274
69,953
4,512
1,576,063

10,011

229,312
36.566
358,641
49,500
26,669



3,444
92,160
9,990
7,276
453,323

18.424
19,398
6,071
67,030

20,405


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&L,'84,391

54
811,610
350,992,647
46,905
1,404
1.36,w
60,564


486,719
1,968,996
448,320

527,407
380,061
9,860


125

191,171,365
21,073,874
22,212,285
23,4L16
764,750
54,440
8,720,217



247,598
79,451
174.227
33,875
96,734



200
22,68'
3,467
3,60o
89.899

7,154
9,564
613
7,292

1,620


imaun mnufacturea-oatliuaed
Bridge soes. Imehman aloths, uabl
covers and sarra......................
Tomels ad mpkLi..........................oz.
Other lanen manufmtta................... ....
Bats of strand or fiber......................nS.
511ik manuefatire:
Bloosse .................................
Undswea................................do.a
BHedkerchlef.e..........................doz.
Other ailk manuraCtMa.......................
Rayon imnufactur.es
Ela4erchlete............................,doz.
Betreats................................
talerenar......................... .......*do
BluseI. .................................don.
Crochet sood............................don.
OLhar rayjo menofateeuaee.....................
Iool crochet s arfs...................... de.
Fabric glowee............................doz.pr.
Leahaer glovesa..........................doz.pr.
gs, moolen................................o.
hugs, hooked, string, aad other rugs (sot
including fiber rugs)....................... o.
Tapestries.................................n.
1bod aed manufacturea...........,.............
Scrap netala................................b.
MIodlicnal and pharmeeoutical preparetolaa .......
Acetone.....................................gal.
Alcohol:
BuLyl......................................gal.
Ethyl..................................... e.
Denatued...............................gal.
BH nmn, perfum ry, cosmetic, and toLlea
prayer atons........................ .........
Buttons, parl or shBll.....................grose
Other buttons...................................
Sleeve badges.................................
Roesares................................gwroM
Toy bl:P., Inclreill toy ase balls........doz.
Ondeveloped fa.LI.. .......................... .
prln.d matter.................................
household and personal effete.................
All other articles.........................

COLD ADM Sr.LE


Diamonds........................................
Cold bullion rlefined...................oatory

Oola coLi................ ...............
Slvear coin.....................................


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15,895
176,125
B9,613

60,014


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41.313


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1,850

445
12,457
490
577
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Net Value 1TLppL Hoat t .a P
WlMffl'7 rSCIUPrION A) iNTl Cf QANTIT ANDbt COMK)DII DESCRB-TIO 7O AND JIT OCF QUhITfT N md
q damttlr (dL ursJ ioua] quantItL (dollUrsj |psoeI
ILI I ['_a. Ipoundel 11 _________ __ I I _____


Total exports ................. .... ................. 275
Total merchandt ....................... ........ ......... 27558 7,63b,7o5
Total old and Silver................ ............ ...........


MER'lHA.D I -

iruroup C.-Anlsal and Aninal Producta,
Ed Uhla...................................

Beef and eal .................................Lb.
Bas and shoulder ............................ b
Other port ...................................lb.
Sausage, not eand ..........................Lb.
Canned matl..................................lb.
Otler meIte and neat products, a.s. ......... lb
ard aEd tl.Ota ................. ............... b.
Olaoeeararane of 6anael or geable rfete .... lb.
Ili, codnaoea d and evpon ra.d................ b.
BuRa er...................................... lb.
Cb see...................................lb.
Other dairy products, inclu.dL intfa-nts'
teed. salted mnlik, etc.........................
flab, cant.d d............................... lb.
Other fish and rish prosucst................lb.
Zgs in th e shell............................doz.
Ainaa l and other animals products, edible.......
Croup O.-AnJial- am Aniael
Producte, Inedthle..................
Boots and snoes:
aon's and boys'........... .......... pr,
tnmns's ad aliaes'....................pr.
Other Ls.atar and msneats ures.................
Other annual pmroucta., nedlDls................

Group l.-Vegetable Pod products and
Beverages......................... ......


..........

100
5,821
4,130

S 3.241
..........,
..........,


6,030
1,545


,3878

35

1,402
..........
1.227
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..........o

3,682
54&1
1,60


.......... 1,654
109 29

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.......... 5 5


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2,288
o. ....... ,


35,284

100
7,475
4,676

4,439




7,134
1,840

7,196
153


2,2.71


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3,011
2,169
Ui


30
3,388
2a,64
20


.......... 108,228 5,38,.480


R ice.................................... .. b ......... ........ ....
hat flour. .................... 1 bl. 00
BLsaoullts andd crcKers ................ *...Lb. ,34 1,5546 7,2r4


Other gralin and preparation s...................
Mixed dairy and poultry feeds................ Lo
Other roddrs ad fds......ed.............. .......
Bean, dried..................l*************b.
peas, dried............................... b.
potatae,. hlte............................. b.
Other fresh vegetables (toaatooml)..............
eneed vegetablea and Juices.............Lb.
Other vegetables and preparatione...............
Oram eas.......=...... .................- bO"
Otier fresB frui.............................
Dried asd .rporated fruits...................lb.
Cansed fruiats............................b.
Other frults and pr-epO ........................
Lane............................--........1..lb.
Cooking faIl oLber than lard............ .....lb.
Other edlb-e vegetable olla ad let.........Lb
hboo lal.e includL4g swetaleed...............lb.
corfe ......................................* lb
Jot..... ............ ......................b.
Sugar. refined............e................... 1b
..laes ... ..................................... .
confectionery ............. .................... b
CheoIng gsm........... ................... lb
Ilt Liquor..............................g... 1.
Distlllld 1 urs............. ... ...* .......pf. .
Other beverage ..... ......................
OCner vegetLble rood products.....................
Group 2.-Vegetaie Productas,
Inedible., except F ihers and lood.........

*u.LomoIotl oa asin .... ...................... no.
Runer balloting, hose .nd pacK ng.............lb.
Ctlner rubber and emnufaeLuP.e..................
aegabie olla, edible .................... b.
Ci retles.................. ...... ............... .


49


2,8@
2.320
14,995

55.384

635

2,770
1,180

2,653
840
1,615
228
2,400
1,023
340,240
380,015
12,655

4,234
60




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169
115

804
2,85B38


O.ler Leo&cco and anufactures.,................I .......:.
Outer inedible vegetable products.............. .........


1,104
4,198


194
545
1.063
7,978
1,756
.114705

397
185

616
2n
357
66
690
971
18,019
51.700
L16i
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5,122
306
4,581
1,568

15.069

4,498
70
1.90
222
6,755


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4.4a

4.578,40


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1,000


20.440

42.870


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OmIEIOrT IDECRIPTIOh M 1 A NIT OF MIIANTT qutly (do r) sl COMeDDITr DESCRIPT I AtD LUNT Of .UANTITY t Value weight
quantity (dollars) (pounde quantity dlrs [pound
[ nd a ~ e [pounds)

Group 8.--Taitile Fibers and Group Y.--iachLner and eboiles ........... ........ 28,179 .04.88
tur .................................... 10,853 10,400 Bater ................................. ..... 661 5

Cotton and maurefaures: gleetriq refrigerators and pars.................. ....... ........... .........
Goton thread, twine, cordage and rope.....Ib. 50 L1 50 IEleto appllanoes............................... ........ 40 551
Cotton duck....... ........ ............. do appairaUs............................ ... .. ......... ........... .........
nbleaeshed cotton loth.................asq.yd. 50 15 1i Other clerical apparatus................................. ..... .219 11,74
Bleached and colored cotton cloth.......sq.yd. 3,290 835 748 Construction and conveylno machlner) .............. ........ 328 516
Boalery................................doz.pr. 18 29 1 Pumps and pars................................... ........ 161 176
Undermar knit............................do. 4S 144 116 Suear mill mebinery...................................... ........ .........
Overalls, breeches, and pants.............doa. 1 1 5 Other industrial meahinery and parts.............. ........ 2,434 4,418
Shits....................................do. i4 235 1 U Cash reglsters.................................no. ...... ......... ..........
leman'a dresses and ensembles ..............no. 33 76 27 Type-raters.................................no. ................. ...........
Other cotton wearing apparel.................. ......... 440 694 Other office appliances and printing
Cotton and other cotton mannuacure.tu .*.... ...*........ 717 217 ametbinery.......................................................... ........
Vegetable fiber aUuf c ures............................... 44 1,601 Agricultural nachLnry and implemen............. ......... ,295 29,268
wol and anufaturen..................................... 1,006 2,636 Iotor trucks and buses ........................no. 2 2,050 8,655
Silk anufactursa........................ ...... .......... ....... ......... Passenger care ................................no. ........ ......... .........
Baron and other synthosl tlextles.............. .......... 4,175 1,116 Automobile parts, except battery boxes,
Bite and caps................................no. 2,025 1,560 656 LLrea, Uaner tubes, an belts and elmine ............... 1,144 1,828
Other taenile madufaotur....................... .......... 1,13 2,403 Aircraft engine parts ana accessories ............. 910 21
Aircraft t nasgationel mLtrurents ..............no. 3 500 86
GQup 4.--ood and Paper.................. .......... 6,701 169,464 Parts of eLrcraft realo traIsoatiLUn and
-reeiving ats ................................... ....3. 9,500 275
Southern Pine, Bards, Planks, and Other aircraft parts ane .ccosaJrlea ................ ........ 5.325 2,426
Scantlangs..............................IL .Ft. 1 77 2,363 Other vehiles and part ......................... ........ 222 402
Other Somill Prducts.......................... .......... 1,853 48,195 Group 6.-Chnmicale and Related
Tight BJpty Barrels, Casks, and Bogebeada....no. 1,000 2,500 90,000 Products......................... ................ 27,870 259,121
Fu lrure of bod ......................................... Ill 355
IDodBRrae...................................... .......... 16 55 Coal-tar products............................... .... .... 98 384
Other wood and manufacLuras............................... 219 1,242 Medleinal and phearaceutieal preparations......... 3,119 6,967
Paper and related products and manufactures..... .......... 1,925 27,254 Chemical specialties......................................... 2074 12,68
Alcohol................... .............. ......... ........ 14,944 179,564
Group 5.--osvtailti Minerals............. .......... 18,246 1,581,633 Other LaduatrLrl cheam.~als.............................. 1,45 52,026
pigmenei, peinte and iarnlihes.................... ......... 2,742 17,244
Coal.........................................ton .......... .......... ........ Toilet or facy oap................... .........b. 3,760 917 4,041
Caeent, iydraule...................376-lb. bbl. 1,353 3,435 51 ,000 Laundry soap...................................b ............ ......... .........
Glass and glass products................... .............. 5,321 126,828 Other soap..................................... b. 410 240 88
Cla and clay products....................... ........,. 561 11,135 Perfumery, cosmoalcse and tollet
Asphalt and bitumen maufantures, n.e. ........ ............ 12 160 preparations.................................... ........ 2,277 5,139
Other nozetallic mineral products............... .......... 8,917 9S0,510 other chemicals and related products.............. ........ ......... ......

Group 6.-6 eale and Manufactures Group 9.-Nlscel laneous ........ 10,308 27,997
-xcapt iachlnery and Vehloles............. ......., 3-,182 49,356
photographer and projection goods................. ........ 189 240
Iron and Steel manufactures; ScLentlCce and profeesslcna Instruments,
Irob and steel bare ....................... lb. 2325 197 2.325 apparatus and supplies....... ................. ......... 183 33
Iron ad steel sheeze .....................lb. 1.530 82 1,530 etleal instruane~ s, part, and acessorls.......... ......996 2,45
Structural tron and steel .................... .......... U0 550 Uiecalleneous office supplies..................... ....... 895 2,206
Iabular products and flttinB .............lb. 9,378 935 9,412 Bois, mape, pictures and other prinea
Wire and anufactures ................... b. 14,436 1,629 4456 tr........................................................... 1,605
Rails and bols, except railroad ..... ... Lb. 3.'64 535 4011 Clocak and snicae ................................. ....... 400
low van. tin and galsnanled........... 2.174 387 2.287 Bottlee at container closures............... gross 1.200 192 1,152
Easaled ari Iaon and teeta ............... ......... 433 1,79 catches ........... ............................. ........ 1.030 7,355
Metal furniture and flltares................. ......... 5..7 3.301 Notions, cheap noveltes, and speclsI1le .................. 90 85
Tools. ................................ ... 59. 794 Refrigerators. except electric .................no 1 50 100
a-dwae ..................... .... 1,030 2 4 uaseold and personal efect.......................... 19 6
Metal drugs and oon.at.ner for oil, gas All eomodilies reported for rellerf or
and other liquids................................. 25,.60 ......... chlarty ....................................... ......... ........ ..........
Other Iron and steel manfacture.a...... ... 51 3,.928 All articles, n.2.a....................................... 5,274 12,s54
Copper manufacturea........................... .......... 13" 1.)86 00LD AND 1SLVE
Brass and Dronz ...................... ....... 161 125
Other mntal and metal composillo.. ........... I er oln................................ ............... .... ..........
lunfactursB, n.e............................. ......... 231 1,256 God cola........................................ ......... ........ ..........


SHIPMENTS OF MERChAJIti3E AND GOLD AND SILVER FROM THE VIR3IiJ ISLAND'S TO THE UNITED STATES-MAY, 1946


0DMiDmTY DSCRIPTIO ANu UNIT OF QUAN t tl hCODppoY DSIPing TION AND U OP U TITc aluh ppIng
eIpough ) Nco Iltty dollarss) se0ght
eant 117 (d lrs ANUotoF (pounds)

Total ports.................................... ....... 218,40 ......... Bamk y.....................................pf.gal, ., .....
Total Merchandise............................... .. ... 21,480 1,420,380 Sod am anunfctures............................ .......762 6,778
Total Gold sad Silver.................... ...... .......... .......... ......... Perfumary and toilet sters, noluding bay
tlited States produota, returned................ ......... .................. ru.......................... ......... ........ ........ .....
V1aiti ITlad products .................................. 218,480 1,420,380 Containera ...................................... ........ 209,33 240,394
Cattle....................................... 45 5,000 37,500 Househald and personal effreot.................... ........ 300 300
Other animal, dbl................. ............ ........ 150 1 200 All other artiles................................ ......... 2,637 364,697
BeWa, rosh, chbllld or frozen............. .L. ,,. ........... ....;...
Other edible ala produotss.................: .. .:.......::94 1:64 GO n
Hides and as.in ........................................ 1.660 18,431
Animals, Inedible.........................p..... .......d .........4 4.... ...
Ban..................................pf.ge. 110,290 187,284 749,466 Old bUllon, rarefined.............. ........lroy......... ........... ... ..........









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Animal a4 animal promdact, ledible........... .......... .......... .......... tas manufctues. except machinery nd
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Vegetable product., LIndlblb. ie cpt ri Iobllwr7 and ehilael ...........'..........n...d ..... 1
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Animal and manial products, Inedible...........
Vegetable food products and beveragesa.........
Sfegtable product, inedible, eoept fibers aln
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TextiLloa fibers and manufatures................


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omtaUlli minerals.............................
Meals and manufacture, except mabchinry ad
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SHIPMEITS OF MERCHANDISE FRO1M THE UNITED STATE TO MIDWAY ISLAND MAY 1945

me Valuea ShlppL4 guolw
COMIDDITY DESCBO IN A) UNIT OP QUAWrTTY q d a) eght IODITr DESCRIPTION AmND 0n oF qnu T net Vairrf
quantlly (delate) (pound.) quantity


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Animal and animal prodcLe aedible.............. .......... .......... .......... Noautalli c Minerala.....................*........ ....... ......***** ......**
Animal and animal producLs, tiedLble............ .......... 88 125 Metala and manufacturer, except machinery and
Vegetable food product and bevergesa............... ...................... ........... vehicles ...................................... ........ ....... .. .......e.
Vegetable prolucls, inedible, except iers aad Iebinery and ehile...................... ....... .......... ... ... ..........
oDod ......................... ....... .. .. ....... ..... ... ....... Che ala and related prodalce.................................... .........
Tertile fibers and manufactures .................. ...... ........ .......... ..Miecllaneoua ..................................... ........ ......... .....es


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