United States trade in merchandise and gold and silver with Alaska, Puerto Rico and the Virgin Islands of the United States

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United States trade in merchandise and gold and silver with Alaska, Puerto Rico and the Virgin Islands of the United States
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Report FT800
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FT 800
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Jan.-Mar. 1945.
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Issues for Jan.-Mar. 1945 accompanied by supplements with title: United States trade in domestic and foreign merchandise with Hawaii.

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DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE
HENRY A. WALLACE, SmtaryS


Washington 25, D. C.


BUREAU OF THE CENSUS
J. C. CAPT, Director


REPORT NO. FT


800 SUPPLEMENT


UNITED STATES TRADE

IN DOMESTIC AND FOREIGN MERCHANDISE

WITH HAWAII


MARCH 1945


'r .. UNIV OF CL. Li-



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I U.3. DEPC."'


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





PREPARED UNDER THE SUPERVISION OF
J. EDWARD ELY
Chief, PForgn Trnde Desiaio
Bureau of the Census






This report provides detailed information on United States foreign trade for 1945 which
heretofore has been withheld from dissemination to the public for reasons of security.


NOVEMBER 1945


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Bureau of the Census
J. C. CAPT, Director.
PHILIP M. HAUSER, Assistant Director
MORRIS H. HANSEN, StatisticaIl 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 Statistics-Milton Kaufman
Shipping Statistics-Nathan Habib
Import Statistics-Frank C. Bauer









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Clasifictios an Coes--redeick (/.Harison: '1





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SHIPRiNTS OF MERCHANDISE FROM UNITED STATES TO HAWAII, MARCH 1945



CaIomdity description and unLt of quantity Net quantity (dllar) Ccma dity description and dnit of quantity Net quanty (dollars)


TOTAL VALUE ....................................
GROUP 00.-MNINAIS AND ANIIIL P 'JCT5, IL.................


hA nels, edible................ ....................
Reef or vepl, not canrad:
Fresh or fleson..................................Lb.
Park, ot ernned:
Fresh or frozen ...................................Lb.
Heas and shoulders, cured........................Lb.
BRce................................ .............b.
Other pork, picklad or salted....................Lb.
Mut.to or lamb, not canned ......... .............Lb
Sauaes, bologna sod frankfurters, not canned.......Lb.
Prk, caed......................................... .Lb.
SaLeage, bologna and frankfurters canned............Lb.
Other canned meat....................................Lb
P ltry and ga e, fresh, not canned................. b,
Eimya and livers, freah, frozen or cured, not
camied.............................................Lb.
Dthar meat producta.................................-
Butter............................................ .b.
Chese..............................................Lb.
Infants' food, malted milk, etc .......................Lb.
Otbr animal oila and fate, edible. ...................
4ilk and cream.....................................
Other dairy products.................................
reah fish, except shellfish, not canned............Lb.
Shrimp..............................................Lb.
Fiah, malted, pickled or dry-cured..................Lb.
Fish, canned........................................Lb.
Other edible fish and fish products ..................--
Egp, in the shell.................................Do.
fBf products, n.e.a.................................Lb.
Other anial and anal products, ediole.............-


.44,1387

16,'70
151,415
114,040
.............
188,51&
258,986
96,490
199,001
151,096
88,615

4,740

310,140
286,255
11,364



37','56
128,453
216,918
140,993
.............
481,890
110,005


MW O.-ANIMAL AND ANIMAL PRODUCTS, INEDIBLE.... .............


SLeathar..............................................-
S Boote, shoa ad other footwear with leather apper:
ateo and ahoesa
Man's...........................................Pr.
Womn's.......................................Pr.
Other......... ..................................
Boote, aboes and other footwear, with uppers of
material other than leather.......................Pr.
Wt 'rs and children'a handbags, pocketbooka and
pre................ ........... .........................o
Card mase, change purees, wallets, and similar
artlslae.........................................No,
: Luggage and related article.........................No.
Other lasthir manufactures...........................-
Other aiedible anila and an nimal producta...........-

SRCUP 1.-TEGETAeLE FOOD MIDOCTS AND BEVERIaES...

Malt................................................Bu.
Bistcute and cracker .............................. b.
Other grain and preparationa.......................-
Mixed dairy and poultry feeds.....................Ton.
Other feeds.........................................-
Vegetables, freh or frozen........... .................-
Vegetables, canned: I
Asparagua........................................ b.
Peas..............................................Lb.
Soups.............................................L .
Tomato juice...................................... L
Other canned vegetables amn Juices................Lo.
ebtchup, chill sauce, and other tomato table
aeCans.............................................Lo.
4Maoalsa and salad dresaingp.......................Lb
Olive............................................ .
Other sauce and rel she............................b.
Teset..............................................Lb.
Other vegetable preparatlone.........................-
SSbtropical fruits, fresh:
Oranges and tangerine...........................Box.
Other subtropical fruits fresh....................-
Other fruits, fresh or frozen ........................-
lried and evaporated fruit........................... -
Canned fruits....................................... Lb.
Other fruits and preparations....... ...............Lb.
Peanut..................... .....................Lb.
Other nta and nut preparationua......................-
qottonseed oil, refined..............................Lb.
Cooking fats, except lara............................Lb.
Other vegetable oils and fats, eaole.................-
Chocolate...........................................Lb.
Tea...............................................Lb.
Coffee, roaated................................... Lb.
Other table beverages...............................L.
7 Spines.............................,.............Lb.
Coofectionary:
Chocolate candy...................................b.
Other candy.......................................Lb.
Confections and desaerts...........................Lb.
Chewing g .......... .... .......................... Lb.
Other augar and related products.....................-
Dt tlled spirits
lia..........................................Pf.Gal.
Wiaky........................................ Pf.Cal.
Other distilled liquors and compound
ntaitinig spirita...........................Pf.Ga.
Wines............................................0l.
SLpa r and flavors for beverags........... .......al.
S Fruat juices, cluding concentrated................ l.
Other beverages, n.e.a..............................-


37,695
50,948
.............

21,064

9,874

10,061
2,188
.............




8,195
51,6.1
.............
4,663
.............


51,471
153,128
455,651
548,833
1,068,617

454,583
266,289
585,745
555,898
159,500
..............

16,758
.............
.............
.............
818,695
195,553
51,245
.............
145,561
.44,951
.............
52,554
71,642
223,490
62,690
57,'01

139,686
116,185
45,764
32,510



4,502

1,292
1,100
12,93"
89,803
.............


-1 l.-' ?',L


i ,012

1135,54

4,017
48,281
54,000

49,405
'5,512
55,426
'0,'21
41,495
59,591

918
1,622
145,828
97,014
5,055
15,203
5',281
251,518
'2,4'0
57,400
61,557
71,301
22,428
208,124
36,255
14,591

534,976

6,672


105,404
99,183
19,068

30,052

41,1355

21,2'6
15,005
35,960
15,223

2,306,725

13,3'1
8,689
98,470
313,239
29,'35
108,412

13,158
14,294
74,513
37,173
120,724

60,602
65,569
94,047
82,165
24,217
157,307

73,679
13,269
25,685
7,582
106,460
35,994
9,697
35,7"5
26,305
65,5?7
26,390
10,'69
66,009
6?,209
17,141
12,799

41,603
35,514
15,872
22,960
59,171

.............
70,291

19,209
15,000
44,026
92,835
3,417


GROUP 2.-TE, TABLE PIDDUCTS, IEDIBIE, EXCEPT
FIBERS AND WOOD........................

Automobile casings................................. o.
Casings ard inner tubes.............................No.
Tire sundries and repair materials................L. .
Other rubber and nanulfrctureas.......................-
Tobacco manufactursa:
Cars and cheroots.......... .. .................. ....
Cl grettes....................................... .
Smoking toba cco..................................Lb.
Other tobacco manufactures.......................-
Other vegetable products, inedible..................-

aROUP 5.-TEXTILE FIBERS AND MAN'LFACTURES........

Cotton tnread, trLne, cordage and rope..............Lb.
Cotton clotn, duck, and tire fabric:
FLnished cloth, oleached, ayed, printed, stiffened,
or otherwise converted, and colored yarn fabric:
40 inches wide and narrower:
Drills, twills ana warp sateena...........5q.Td.
Printcloth yarn fabrics, all widthsa........Sq.Td.
Colorea yarr, faorica........................5q.Td.
Other cotton fabrics...............................-
Cotton wearing apparel:
Handkerchief ...................................Doz.
Knit goods:
Hosiery ...................................Doz.Pra.
Underwear .....................................Dos.
Otner knit goods.................................-
Garments oftoven fabrics:
Overalls, breeches, pants, aprons, and men's work
clothing, n..s.................................Do.
ShLrts........................................ Dos.
Other men's ard boy's clothing of woven fabrics,
n..s.........................................Doz.
Women's dresses and ensembles.....................No.
aomen's ana children's underwear and nightear,
not knit ......................................Doz.
Children's outerwear, not mkit..................Doz.
Otner womeo's apparel of woven fabrics, n.e.s.....-
Cotton hnuse furn s.hungs...........................-
Other fanricaten products of cotton, n.e.s..........--
Otner cottorn nanefactures...........................-
Vegetable flowers ann manufactures...................
FaDrics wholly or chiefly of wool ..................--
Wool knit ?da .....................................-
Men's overccats, suits and pants.................. No.
h lon's and crlldren's Iool clothing, not knit......-
OtLnr wool or mohaLr manlufactree ...................-
Piece goons, twolly or chiefly rayon and other
sybntnetic fibtrs:
Woven filamert y-.rn farrice................... Lb.
-. Td.
Woven spur. rayon fabrics, a.e.s............... b.
Sq.Ta.
Rayon house frnisaniag ....... ...................
Drea3e, anirts, blousea and oLher outer wtar for
women and cnilaren................................-
Hoslery............................... .....Doz.Prs.
Underwear, ma t................................. Do.
Underwear, woven................................Doz.
Sleeping ana lounging garments, Lk or woveo...Doz.
Other rayon, nylon and other synntetic tertiLee
and manufactures...............................-
Waterproof outer garments, except rubber or
rubberized ......................................... o.
Corsets, braeslers, and girdles, except all
rubber .................. ........... ..... .... o.
Neckties, cravats, ulfflers and srfs, of all
fLbers..................................... Dos.
Hats, bonnets, noods, caps and nerets............No.
Absorbent cotton ga ze, ano aterlllzed bradiaes .... Lb.
Other textile j'Ders and mnnufact reas...............-


GROUP 4.---iOOD LLN PAPER.....................................


Boards, planks, and scantlner', ie9s wnan 6 inches in
least duiension:
SoftIrooo :
Doaglas fir:
Rougn ................................ ..h.Bd.Ft.
Dressed........................ ........ u..d.ft.
Other softwoods..............................Bd.Pt.
Furniture of wood ..................................-
Otr.er wood manufactlres........ .................. .-
Prnting paper.....................................Lb.
Greaseproof and waterproof paper...................Lb.
WrIpping peper.....................................Lb.
Filing folders, inoex cares, and otner office forms,
pLain or printed.................................. Lb
rating paper.................................... Lb.
Paper b.gs ........ ................................ L .
Boxes and cartons .................................Ln.
Otner paper related products and manur iactres.... ..-
Other wood and paper.................................-


9,758
10,021
111,775


564
2,130
.............
.............




16,719




3,931
76,004
41,449


7,962

',159
3,501



505
1,761

1,447
13,006

2,145
1,'85
.............






!,690




22,901
4,678
23,067
E-8,355



5,635
2,510
5,136
1, 26



2,520

24,233

4,325
34,Oi"r
54,L11


LF8


2,Q15,866
184,655
2C0O, 8"

49,923
104,10
61,321
4,7i8,545
.............


591,029

175,848
56,392
53,162
60,598

24,151
15,902
........ .
1,927
47,049

1,613,542

15,010




1,464
24 .59
14,983
12,505

25,010

15,551
15,932
26,700


10,187
31,105

39,155
46,594

9,127
29,496
59,54'
70,206
11,605
96,634
59,742
19,10'
25,663
47,"64
51,643
18,467


44,453

49,639

3,801

430,892
25,456
16,105
54,388
56,;54

48,716

9,112

25,838

24,510
31,484
35,409
46,551

"50,564







L1,52'
25,20"
ir,992
"" ,"00
24,064
11,419

23,699
15,409
15,068
309,104
119,675
21,300


GROUP 5.-NONMTALLIC KINERAiS................. ............. 825,765


Aviation motor fel............................... bl.
Motor fuel and gasoline...........................Bbl
Other motor fuel and raaolie .......................
Kerosene......................................... bl


2,100


15,li,


6,169

83,412
36,300





SHIPMENTS OF MECHIANDISE FROM UNITED STATE TO HAWII, IAl 1945-Conutinued


Cimodity description and unit of quantity Net quantity (doTLrs) Camedity dbesciption and Imit of qoUtlty Net qat 7


GROUP S.-NONETA LL.IC MIEHAILS-Continued.................................. O.. ..... P 8.-CGEICA AND RZA D PBODBS....................
Vitamin and ltasteras, a........................b. ,4
Gas oil and distillate fuel oll....................bl. 16,091 17,188 Other ediclnals and pharmasetical................- .............
Rebidual fel ol..................................Bbl. 510,726 366,999 Chloroplrinr....................................... ............. 4
Lubricating o ........................ ... ............... 39,402 Other agriculturl insecticides, fagi Mds ad
Lubricating greases, except graphite lubrcnts.....Lb. 149,112 14,532 similar preparations and mterlals, dry or
Petroleum asphalt................................L.ton 948 15,654 liquid base...................................... b. 2,mN
Other petroleum and products.........................- ........... 15,641 Hosehold and industrial insectiidesa, *axtl.r ata
Hydraulic cement................................. bl B,?34 16,629 and repellent., liquid, pate, power or sold E
Unfilled glass containers, including used............- ....... ... 17,676 for..........................................,ib. 26,M ;
Otter glas"ware......... .......................- ............. 45,B47 Specialty leaning and washnlg coapounda, Mapt .
Pottery.............................................. ...... ...... 27,359 soa p...........................................l... 2 S,291
Other nometeallic minerals........................... ............. 122,457 laboring etrcta .................................. .............
Other chemical specaltie.......................... .............
ROUP 6- D Indutrial ohealca l................................ ....... ..
I.OUP 6. AND MA ACTRES, E s ad-dzed paint, h stair aAd ewo.a.......... .. an.
MACHINERY AND V.I.LES .................. ............. 1,295,541 Other pla g pits t and varnihea............... ...........
POthr ge fert.i sr manrils.......................... ...... ,
Iron and steel bars and roda.........................- ............. 1,U001 Soap:
Tin-plate and tagger' tin..........................Lb. 9,885,590 558,731 Toilet or fancy................................... 2T2 .L :
Otter iron and steel semnmanusfctures................ ... ......... 56,766 Laundr.......................................... J, l,1O
Structural iron and teel ........ ................ ........ 9,935 Poudered or flaed...............................U 1.~,750
Tubular products and fitting ........................- ............. 155,186 ScouLing brinks, pastes, poaser, smap, and
hire and manufeacw e .................................- ............. 65,055 bhonehod s eshing poweimr.......................b. s5,9MH
Nails and bolts except railroad andn nrcrait........Lb. 3060,76 26,877 air preparation................................... ...........
Other steel ill manufacturea......................- ............. 46,215 Perfti ery and toilet waters.........................- ..... ..
tlery........................- ....... .... 20,244 Other soap and toilet preprtl1-.................... .........
Hollow ware............... ...... .......... 71,107 Other chemicals and related products................- ...........
Tool ............................................................11...................634
Hardware .......................................... ............ 24,010 O 9. CI JNUS8....................................... .
Metal drum and containers for oil, ega, other Miscellaneous military eqipmnt.................... .......... .:
liquids and solid...................... ................ .......... 10,293 Positive motion picture film, exposed or
Metal furnite and fixtures.........................- ............. 39,289 developed.......................................L.i. S 35
Other iron and steel advanced manufacturel., .... ...... ......... 46,648 Photographic paper................................ 161U.
Copper............ ........ ... .... 55,610 Other photographic and projection goods............ ................
Brass and bronze....................................- ............. 25,121 Optical goods:
Other nonferrous ores, metals and all alloys, Sun or glare glass and mo goggles.............. .............
except precioua..................................... ............. 27,059 Other spectacles, he glasses, goggles, leases
Precious metals, and plated ware, except n.m.s. and frm .............................. ............
Jeery........................ .................. ............ 17,76 Pbhagraph records, except atioa-pictr sound J :
Other met al and manrufacarea........................- ............. 996 records and dictaphone records...................... .............
Fountain and stylographic pens......................- ...........
OUP 7.- CHI T AND ICS.................. ............. 1,34,205 Oter all ous ffe pplies............................
Dolls, children's wel goods and toy@ .............. .........
Athletic and sporting goods......................................
Batteries ............................................- ........... 27,685 Books and pamphlets:
Motors, starters, and controllers...................- ............. .27, 6 Bound educational books...........................- .............
Electric refrigerators and prt................. ............ 10,168 Other bound booke.................................. .............
Electrical appliances..................... ....... ............. 55,221 Lithographically printed matter.................... .........
Sigal and communication deices................... ..- .......... 31,506 Otner books, maps, pictures and other printed matter- .............
Other electrical mchlnery and apparatus...............-............ 116,780 Watchem.............................................- ..............
Power-generating eqatipnt......................... ........- .... 539,353 Jewelry and other articles to be wor on or carried
Construction and conveying achinery.............. ............. 7,971 about the person:
Mining, well, and pumping machinery..................- ............. 43,245 Of solid gold or platinm........................- .............
Poser-driven metal-morking machine tools...............- ............. 56,501 Of other metla, silver, gold-filled, rolled-
Taile, sewing and shoe machinery...................- ............. 4,972 gold-plate and base metal ether or St
Other industrial machinery...........................- ............. 268,58 electro-plated:
AccounLing, bookkeeping, anm calculating machines On'a Jawlr.................................- .............
and partsa...........................................-- ............. 14,562 Wam'e Jwe_ lry................................- .. .........
Other office appliances............................... ............. 29,500 Other articles................................ ..........
Tractors and par. ..................................a- ............. 78,224 Of other materials;
Other agricultural Machinery and implennts ..........- ........... 25,99 Women's Jewelry.................................. ...........
Automobile parts and accessories: Oter ewelry.............................................. ............
Motor trucks, busses and chassis (new): Bottle and container closures, B.e.. ............IOra. 119,970
1, and not over 1 1/2 Lon .. ...................No. 15 19,506 Pipes and smokers' articles.........................- .............
lOer 1 1/2 ton, not over 2 1/2 ton..............No. 23 61,597 options, cheap norelties, and specialties,
Over 2 1/2 tons....................... .........No. 20 118,96 n.e.s..............................................- ............
AuomobLle parts for replacement............... .......... 140,539 Household and personal effects.......................- ...........
Other vehicles d parts................ ... .................. 95,674 All articles, n.e.s................................. .............


SRflPUiWFf O1P ME~RC1IMJIII FROM IL


Comodity description and unit of quantity


Total value.................. ................-- ...........


Porign merchandise .................................-
United State. products returned.......................-
Hanaiian products...................................-
Tallow. .. .. .......................................Lb.
PLah, canned.......................................Lb.
Cas le hides........................................b.
Beeasax ........................................... Lb.
Vegetables:
Potatoes, ite....................................Lb.
Other.............................................
Fruits:
Bananas. ......................................Bunch.
Papalas (Papayas).................................Lb.
PLneapples:
Fresh. ........................................Box.
Canned. ......................................... Lb.
Prepared or presered............................Lb.
kacedamia njLte......................................Lb.


.............
.............
.............
.............
.............
148,205
.............


2,262,258

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


Vallr
(dollars)


l lAJ TO THE UNITED ST MARCH 1945


Coaodity descriptin and unit of quantity


Nt quatity


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

..........

............aj


............ ll


...........


............ L


Net quantity


4-I It 1 I


5,056,480


224,495
4,851,967



.............
20,501





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







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


Coffee.............................................Lb.
Sugar:
Unrefined.................. ....................Lb.
Defined..........................................th.
olasses............. ............................al.
Honey.............................................Lb.
Beerages and fruit Julioes
Papla (Papaya).................................al.
Pineapple....................................... l.
Sake ........................................... l1.
Other...........................................Lb.
Frozen fish liver................................... A.
Cotton wearing apparel.............................Lb.
Wool, unmaSfactured...............................Lb.
Paper and manufacture including fiber insulating
board.........................................Sq.Pt.
Citric acid......................................b.
Pineapple alcohol.................................. .
Drugs, drs, etc....... ...........................-
All other articles................................--


500

124,421,740

46",76


486^77S

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