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United States exports of domestic and foreign merchandise (including exports under the lend-lease program)
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"Report no. FT 400."
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DEPATMEN orCOMMRCEBUREAU oF THIE CENSUS,
HENY WLLCE Serear Washington 25, D. C. J .CPDrco








REPORT NQ. FT 400






UNITED STATES EXPORTS,


DOMESTIC AND FOREIGN MERCHANDISE

(INCLUDING EXPORTS UNDER THE LEND -LEASE PROGRAM)




F'U',!\1-APRIL 1945




U. 5. D E:P 0'",T O COMMIODITY TOTALS





(Revised through February 1945. Later rei
will be supplied upon request.)




PREPARED UNDER THE SUPERVISION OF
3. EDWAILD ELY
Chief Fereig. Ttadek Dnienis
Bureau of the Censu










DECEM~BER 1945












Bureau of the Census
J. C_ CAM, Director PHILIP M. HAUSER, Assistant Director MORRIS H. HANSEN, Statistical Assistant to the Director RALPH E. GALLOWAY,. Executive Assistant to the Director

Foreign Trade Divi sion J. EDWARD ELY, Chief I RVI NG WE ISSO -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





-Report No. FT 400
;--Prices for Report No. FT.400 are as
follows:
Yearly. starting with figures for
*%
1942 total for calendar year, individual calendar months not shown separately ....... 10
First six months of 1945 total
for six months,, individual calendar months shown separately. 3 5 Monthly,, starting with figures fdY July 1945
Per issue ......... 10
Yearly subscription, including calendar year 11 2 5








TABLE OF CONTENTS



Code Number Description Page

Exports of Domestic Merchandise...................................... 2
0O.........AAnimls and Animal Products, Edible .............. 2
0......... Animals and Animal Products, Inedible .......... 2




4 ................Wo VeeandL Pprducts,.......e.....................................
3...................oTetaleiblerad Manuactures.................................1
6 ................Metals ad Pannr.actures................................ ........1


7 ..................Machinery and Vehicles ................. 4.... .................. 1
8................... Chemicals and Related Products................................. 21,
9 ...................Miscellaneous ........ o.........o.................................25

Exports of Foreign Merchandise.................................... 31
00 ...................Animals and nimal Products, Edible .......... I..................31
0 ...................Animals and Animal Products, Inedible ..........................31
1 .. ...............Vegetable Food Products and Beverages........................ 31
2 ...................Vegetable Products, Inedible ........................... ........32
3 ...................Textile Fibers and Maniufactures .................................32
4 ...................Wood and Paper .................................................32
5 ............... ,.. Noanmetallic Minerals ...........................................33
6 ...................Metals and Manufactures ........................................33.
7 .............. .....Machinery arnd Vehicles....................................... 33
8........Chemicals and Related Products .................................3
9 ........ . ...... Miscellaneous............................... ............. ......3













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UNITED STATES EXPORTS OF DOME fIC M CHANDIJE-APRIL, 1946

Commodity Comodity
code MNo. Camodity description and unit Net Value gh code No. Cmaoty descriptin aM unit Net V
(3od of quantity quantity dollarr) () of quantity quantity (dollr)
ole B)ons) ole 5)

TOTAL UITED STATES EWM TS R0UP 00-424MM AND ANIMAL
OF DOMESTIC AND FOREIGN PRODUCTS. Eantinued
CHANDIS.................... ........ 10028,808 ,893,120,04

FIS
TOTAL WITED STATES EXPORTS
OF DOMESTIC MCHANDISE ........ 9843,8501 ,772,14,472 Frsh Fihs
007000 SalJ ........................ 10 it1
GOUP 00. AMn.Las ... 007100 Other...................... Lb. 2,612 2,44 14
ANIMAL PRODUCTS, EDIBLE...... .......... 104,6,15 416,920,28 007200 Oysters, fresh, in the ell.lb. 940 61 100
007500 ysters, fresh, shucked, frost en,
or in 0 ....... ........... Lb. 671 2,6,678 ,M
AMMU, EDIBLE 0000 Shritp, fresh, froem, or in
001000 cattle for breeding .............. No. s97 18,28 400,68 '007600 i : : 1,79 ,if i
001200 Other cattle .................. 181 8,141 48,9 Fish, salted, pickled, or dry
00100 Hog (wdne) ...................No. 223 1,344 76,420 cured:
001800 Shoeep .......................... No. 61 1,486 8,07 78 007700 Smon ...................... 181155 2
001900 Poultry, live ..................Lb. 12,176 8,954 15,017 00700 Cod, haddock, hake, pollock,
coak. 181,191 14,5 70 1 ,
WEAT PRODUCTS 007901 Hering. b 20,90, ,97
00790a Sard.ines ................ Lb. ......................
Be and veal, except canned 0079M Other fish osltedepickld, or
001000 Fresh or frozen .............. 480,458 128,665 494,646 dry-cured ................. b. 6,9,9 24 ew
002100 Picled or cured ............ Lb. 220,69 36,28 349,62 Fish, canned:
002200 Horse meat (all kinds)........ Lb. 138,245 17,976 170,382 008400 Salmon ....................Lb. 2,408929 985,82 's
Pork, except canned: 008500 Saines ................... Lb ,441,596 19,145 12,9,
002700 Fresh, or frozen pork........lb. 51,057,919 12,241,320 1,734,787 0001 Cod, haddock, hake, pollock,
f00800 Ham and shoulders, cured..... Lb. 10,454,807 2,878,M 11,687,395 and cuak.................................... ......
002900 Bacon...................... Lb. 5,839,248 1,082,556 7,006,895 0005 Herring...............Lb. 125,858 17,94
005000 Cumberland and Wiltshire 00869800 Other canned fish, except .
sides.......................Lb. 2,896,960 682,767 2,975,192 shellfish.................1. 492,269 77,485
005200 Other pork, pickled or Shellfishsalted......................Lb. 21,101,181 5,186,129 26,874,166 0087O0 Shriap...................Lb 3,376 2,234 $,GCE
008400 Mutton and lamb (except canned)Lb. 320,83 44,285 523,741 o0801 Lobster..................Lb. 2,121 3,84 4.07
005500 Sausage, bologna and frank- 008806 Crab meat and crabs......Lb. 20 20 s
furters, except canned........ Lb. 40,569 13,71 44,963 00880 Clas and oysters........b. 1,610 972 2,
005600 Beef, canned .................. Lb. 69,222 29,407 88,481 00898 Other...................Lb. 583,887 71,902 700
00h700 Pork, canned.................. Lb. 9,004,040 3,231,248 11,768,311 00900 lAbster, fresh..............Lb... ..............
00800 Sausage, bologna, and frank- 009006 Crabs, fresh...................Lb. ......... .......... ............
furters, canned...............Lb. 15,047,963 4,546,843 18,842,091 00007 Clams, fresh..................Lb. 00 s 56 C
005901 Chicken, canned...............Lb. 85,052 104,158 121,248 009098 Edible fish and fish products
005907 Tashonka, canned............L.b. 25,957,370 10,987,890 33,123,80 n.e.a........................Lb. 23,150 8,090 2964
006909 Other canned meat.............. Lb. 752,789 227,415 960,976
004000 Poultry and &gme, fresh or OTHR EDIBLE ANIMAL PRODUCTS
frozen........................Lb. 9,821 4,784 10,403
004100 Kidneys and livers, fresh, frozen, Eggs and Egg Products
or cured, except canned.......Lb. 87,986 10,668 65,051
004300 Tongues, fresh, frozen, pickled, 009200 Eggs in the shell.........Do. 172,940 72,23 510
or cured, except canned.......Lb. 9,714 1,772 10,900 009305 Egg Albm (Frosen, dried,
004400 Sausage ingredients, salted or or otherwise preserved).....b. 86,991 94,64 ,
otherwise cured, except cannedLb. e6,250 6,19 90,467
D00600 Other meats, except canned.....Lb. 62,992 66,864 79,850 Other Egg Products
Sausage casings; bladders, bungs, 009506 Dried....................... 24,10090 51,156,96 27,71,
aiddles, rounds or weasandal 009807 Frosen.....................Lb. .......... .......... .............
004600 Hog......................... Lb 44 8,194 381,55 515,507 00998 Otherwise preseved........Lb 12
004700 Beef ......................... 165,011 16,529 185,06 009400 Moat Extractsend Bulion Cubes.D. 14,88i 12,159 ul
006900 Other........................b. 59,678 60,460 69,987 009500 Gelatin, edible................ 106,162 74,218 12
ANA009900 I D E Edible animal products, n.e.a ..... .......... 151,936 4,
ANIH&L OILS AND FATS, EDIBLE

006000 01o oil................................. .......... ........... GROUP o.-MMA AND ANIMAL
008100 0leo stock.................I.b, .... Lb . ....**... ............. PRODUCTS, INEDIBLE........... .......... 8,3 ,712 12,48,505
005200 Tallow, edible .............. Lb ................................
005300 Lard naturall lard included).. .Lb. 76,74,670 12,049, 06 86,658,981 HIS AND SKINS, RAW, ECEPT FURS
00600 Oleo stearin ...............Lb. ......... ......................
005900 oleomargarine or animal or 00101 Cattle hides, dry, over
vegetable fats................b. 6,360,934 1,131,557 7,47,021 12 pounds....................Lb. 840,884 80,839 37,7
010102 Cattle hides, dry, over
DAIRY PRODUCTS 12 pounds, quantity only... Piece 17,010 .......... .............
010106 Cattle hides, wet, over
Milk and cream 25 pounds ................. Lb.................. ...........
006000 Fresh and sterilized........Gal. 9,96 5,491 98,030 00104 Cattle hides, wet, over
006100 Condensed, sweetened.........Lb. 20,004,288 5,463,065 24,7122 25 pounds, quantity ony ... .Piece .......... ...... .............
006200 Evaporated, unsweetened......Lb. $7,146,200 4,494,520 47,401,691 018061 Calf skins, dry, not over
00 00 Dried whole milk.............Lb. 6,265,047 2,242,199 6,777,675 6 pounds......................Lb. 15 42 1
006400 Dried skim milk..............Ib. 11,973,440 1,935,215 13,658,800 01050 Calf skins, dry, not over
006560 Butter, natural................ Lb 281,92 144,767 32,588 6 pounds, quantity only.....Piece .......... .............
006570 Butter oil.................... Lb ................... ............. 0808 Calf skins, wet, not over
00590 Butter apreads .................Lb. 115,00 70,669 197,986 12 pounds................. Lb. 11 33
020604 Calf skins, wet, not over
Cheese: 12 pounds, quantity only ....Piece .............
Processed, blended, and spreads 020701 Kip skins, dry, not over
006755 Processed American Chedder.I>. 1,868,996 648,519 2,126,854 12 pounds.................b... .. ................ .......
006766 Other cheese processed, 020702 Kip skins, dry, not over
blended, and spreads......Lb. 9,840,072 3,002,808 12,06,179 12 pounds, quantity only ....Piece .................................
Cheese, whether or not in 020708 Eip skins, wet, not over
original leaves, except any 25 pounds................. Lb............ ......................
cheese processed other than 010704 Kip skins, wet, not over
by division into pieces: 25 pounds. quantity only... .Piece ...... ....... ..........
006796 American chedder.............Lb. 2,626,819 886,219 2,925,302 02001 Shee skins, dry............... b. 2 ,144 158 ,2
006798 Other........................ Lb. 5,604 14,024 45,992 05002 Sheep skins, dry.............Piece 214. .............
025005 Sheep skins, wet ............Lb. 56,38 10,396 65
Infants' and Dietetic Foods: 023004 Sheep skins, wet ..........Pi 1,47............Pe
006860 Chiefly Milk Bae ............Lb. 882,432 294,896 86.,250 023005 Lamb skins, 4ry.............Lb. .......... .......... .............
008890 Other(far use in malk formalae)Lb. 47,146 21,638 68,459 025008 Lamb skins, dry..............Piece ..........................
other d p c02007 lamb skins, w t ................Lb. %41 24,149 10,4
leOther dairy products: rd025008 Iamb akins, waet............ Piece 44.2 .......................
006901 Malted milk, compounds, and 026010 Goat skins.................Lb... ................ ........
mixtures...................Lb. 264,852 94,513 489,157 025012 Goat skinsa...................Piece.................... ......
00690 Ice-cream powder, mix and 025015 Kid ski ns .. ................. Lb ...... .......... .............
preparations................Lb. 64,712 19,721 63,994 025016 Kid skins ....................Piece ...............................
00996 Dairy products, n.......... Lb. 26,124 8,546 55,297 02098 Hides and skins, raw, n.e.a. ....Lb 62,910 7,817 629
069 Ie-cra owde, mx an Ki sies ................. b ........










UNITED STATES EXPORTS UF DOMESTIC MDECHANDISE-APRIL, 1945-Continued
Co mo it 39 P ~ing commodity d u i e a u h p l
Commodity description anq unit Net Value iode No, Commodity description and unit Not value Shppn
(Sched- of quantity quantity (dollars) (poun) (Sched- of quantity quantity (dollars) (pounds)
ale B) ule B)

GOUP O.--AVI AND ANUM GROUP O.-ANIMD S AND ANIMAL
PRCCS DEDI -4antinued PRODUCTS, INEDIm Iontinued
IATHER FURS AND MANUFACTURES
Upper leather Furs, undressed:
Cattle, side upper-071100 Civet cat .................... No .......... .......... .............
Grai- 071300 Silver and black fox ......... No. 105 1,760 120
00000 Bla k ................. 8q.ft. 89,979 9,006 .3 o71400 Red" fox ..................... No. 118 681 42
001010 Other .................Sq.ft. 14,781 40,220 S1,915 1600 Other fox .................... No. 1,610 7,866 1,156
SplitA- 071600 Muskrat, northem ............ No. 24,295 51,764 4,446
00 Finished .............Sq.t. 80,981 16,896 12,730 07190 Muskrat, southern............No. 10,780 13,496 752
050800 wa and rough ............b. to 29 29 072100 Raccoon ...................... No. 18,899 38,700 12,915
Calf Id p- 072200 Skunk ....................... .No. 4,106 11,875 1,290
Black- 072$00 Opossum ...................... No. 34,S90 25,642 8,401
0010 SLdes ................. 8q.tt. 19,067 7,413 5,265 072500 Mink.......................... No. l S,795 46
0080 Wale skins........... Sq.ft. 44712 21,169 5,661 072901 Coney, rabbit, and hare...... No. 47,944 26,925 16,752
Other- 072905 Ermine and weasel ............No .......... .......... .............
0010 Sides ................. 8q.ft. 15,170 49,556 52,299 07290 Fitch and kolinsky ........... No .......... .......... .............
050 Whole skins ........... Sq.ft. 550,514 197,9% 212,657 072907 Squirrel ..................... No. 2,500 2,126 125
0607OD Sheep and lamb............ 3qoft. 95,140 26,590 12,855 07290 Lmb, kid, sheep and goat .... No. 9,090 22,824 4,628
Goat and kid- 0729 Undressed furs, n.e.a ........ No. 7,97 17,506 4,513
050800 4a s.................... q.ft. 888,385 101,781 34,024 Furs, dressed or dyedi
0000 Other ................... Sq.ft. 20611 65,129 21,955 075500 Fox, silver and black ........ No. 1,556 59,448 1,270
051150 Deer and elk .............. Sq.ft. 4;24 2,526 858 07700 Muskrat ...................... No .......... .......... .............
W1190 Upper lather (ecept 074400 Fur-- el ..................... No. 479 12,219 558
lining and ptet),n.e..4657 2,306 81 0749 Lamb and sheep ............... No. 28,185 208,778 27,995
Patent upper leathers 0749 Dressed or dyed furs, n.e.a..No. 88,917 256,468 16,131
051210 Cattle .................... 8q.ft. 25,207 11,961 5,549 075300 Fur wearing apparel ............ No. 2,020 196,949 4,884
01960 Other ..................... Sq.ft. .......... .......... ............. 075800 Fur waste, fur pieces, and
Lining leathers damaged fur skin, a................ 55,095 24,657
052100 Sheep and lamb .............Sq.ft. 123,612 17,261 33.251 076900 Fur, manufactures, n.e.s ........... ...... 93,092 59,109
Z50D Other................... ;.q.ft. 84,046 8,452 5,589
#600 Sole leather (bonds, beeks, and ANIMAL. OILS AND GBECAE, INEDIBM
sides) ....................... .Lb. 1,461,228 784,74 1,462,723
Boot and shoe out stocks 080500. Neat's-foot oil ................ Lb. 0,805 1,014 5,445
0Z2700 Soles, enter ............ Dos.prs. S0S 1,64E 42,535 080901 Iard oil .......................1Lb. 36,257 5,988 42,061
#8800 Other ou stok ................. .......... 127,063 300,574 000 Sperm and whale oil ............ Lb. 1,275 184 1,442
0Z5000 Belting leather ....... ........ Lb. 5,900 7,19 6,262 08 0 Inedible animal oils, n.e. .... L. 135 14 176
05210 Sole, welting, and belting 081900 Fish oils, except medicinal .... Lb. 1,291,020 115,275 1,295,469
leader offal .................I1b. 88,755 ,527 30,68 06450 Grease stearin ................. Lb. 5,088 w8 5,45
Glove and garment leather 084700 0laic acid, or red oil ......... Lb. 28,458 3,752 32,197
(Hat leather included)v 08490 Stearic acid ................... Lb. 152,400 26,340 154,400
055660 Shep and lamb ............ Sq.ft. U8,817 24,46 14,31 085700 Tallow, inedible ............... lb. 775,296 80,918 769,195
06580 Pig and hog ............... 8q. ft. 656 3,092785 08580 Hog grease and wool grease ..... IA. 226.416 29,611 2",750
08950 Other ..................... Sq.ft. 81,806 6,87 4,963 005898 Inedible animal greasea and fats
@8800 Upholatery and autaombile (except lubricating gresme),
leather ...... ..............S3q.ft. 58,068 7,978 11,01 n.e.a ..........................ILb. 864,871 59,966 675,950
05650 Coa, bag and Atrap leather
( handbag leather. unept OTHER INEDIEL ANIMALS AND
reptilian, aquatic, and AIML PROMITS
fancy includ d ............. Sq.ft. 21,616 5.710 3,000
066700 Reptilia and aquatic leather, Animal t
for al purpose .............. Lb. set 1,77 6e Horses:
056o0 lather and tamed skine, n.e.e... .......... 06,960 278,454 000000 For brding ............... No. 79 80,155 0,00
00010 Other ...................... No. 5 4,200 52,4
ISHIR MANUFACTURES 09000 ales, sees, and burros ..... No. 474 102,540 $61,400
00000 Live animals, n.e.s ............. .......... 359,566 617,025
00000 Leather eplting ................... .......... 1O,771 18,750 09230 Feathers, crude, not dressed...Lb. 44,270 13,169 62,816
Boots, ehs, and other footwear 092900 Feathere, dressed, and manoI
with leather apperas factures of fathers ............ .......... I 17,188 25,095
Boots and aboeas 095500 Bristles, sorted, bunched or
Men'st prepared ...................... b. .......... 46 2
064510 Ves-y sewe .............Pair 16,869 65,274 72,63 Glue of anima originI
066580 Welt .................... Pair 87,468 372,321 3.961,126 004205 Casein glue ..................IA. 21,218 4,39 24,765
06440 Stitchdolm ..............Pair 7,918 21oss8 28,736 09298 Other ........................ Lb. 461,375 78,686 46,627
064590 Other ................... Pair 44,077 2,070,965 2,106,976 0999 Caseino inedible ............... b. 3,664 1,091 5,689
C64OD Toutha and boy' ......... Pair 25,551 42,020 87s668 099925 Mother-of-pearl sbells,
Wmaent and adesea- unmenufactured ................ Ib. .......... .......... .............
0664710 lay sewed .............Pair 22,100 $,590 50,71 0925 Other shells, unmanufactured...Lb. 15,7 1 1,275 13,798
05T0 Walt .................... Pair a,562 2854 1," 945 099998 Antaal products, inedible, n.e.s.. .......... 141,406 194,986
064740 t.itchdom .............. Pair 7,143 18,8% 12,858
064760 Wlth cemreted sole.....Pair 53,1 145,319 71,754
064705 Other................... Pair 15,973 34,987 28,80 GROUP .-VEGETABLE FOOD
06800 Infantal and childre's...Pair 50,259 86,277 08,597 PRODUCTS AND BEVIRAG ....... .......... 52,351,150 850,140,720
066000 811ppers and moocasins for
houmewer, all leather .....Pair 1,894 5,74 2,517 GRAIN AND PEPALATONS
Boots, shoes, end other footwear,
with uppers, of materials unept 101100 Barley (bu. 48 lbs.) ...........Bu. 114,006 167,962 5,571,241
leathert 101300 Malt (bu, 34 lba.) ............. Bu. 299,139 66,47 10,319,963
06610 leather-soled. ............. Pair 105,185 2a7.961 265,945 102100 Buckwheat (bu. 48 lbs.) ........ Bu. 4,585 11,916 221,690
06690 Other ....................... Pair 23,912 44,43 27,418 105100 Corn (bu. 56 lbs.) ............. Bu. 1,744,661 2,761,105 97,828,201
065900 DLecontinued models, old styles, 105200 Cornmeal (bbl. 196 lbs.) ...... Bbl. 5,95 34,535 1,169,3907
an mseond-hand ahoes ............ .......... 21,257 148,482 10500 Hominy and corn grits .......... Lb. 2,207,158 92.200 2,225,57
067200 Leather glovee and mittena.Iks.ps. as 1,62 865 105600 Grain sorghums (Bu. 56 lb ..... Bu. 548,602 810,327 19,520,473
06800 leather belting, new .......... .Lb. 117,44 182,254 126,053 105700 Corn cereal foods, ready to stLb. 291.497 34,114 433,757
Z8610 H nes, saddlery and wips ....... .......... 155,173 536,374 104100 Oats (bu. 32 lbs.) ............. Bu. 11,966 15,547 588,213
Wom's and children*a handbags Oatmeal, groats, and rolled oates
pocketbooks, and purset 10600 In bulk, sacks, or bage...... Lb. 8,066,630 158,211 5,066,669
06800 Leather .............. ....... No. 5,859 28,307 9,612 1040 In packages, cases, or
O6S000 Other materials ..............No. 88,152 88,420 52,514 cartons ..................... Lb. 1,213,579 112,688 1,468,613
Card cases, change purses, 105500 Paddy or rough rice ............ Lb. 2,90a,015 105,652 2,960,608
wallets, and similar axticlea: 105700 Milled rice (including brown rice,
089200 father ...................... No. 55,051 28.747 6,966 broken rice and rice
069500 Other materials .............. No. 5,174 2,659 929 screening) .................... Lb. 15,252,847 1,022.606 15,408,085
Luggage and related articles 10580 Rice flour, meal, and polish...1. .......... ...... .............
m1O Leather ...................... No. 3,26 14.485 7,211 106100 Re (bu. 56 lb.) ..............Bu. 1,004,000 1,254,192 56,224,000
069590 Other materials .............. No. 7,472 19,409 19,767 107100 Wheat (bu. 60 Ibs.) ............ Bu. 2,023,195 4,428,561 121,402,114
Belts (worn an the person)t 107500 Wheat flour, holly of United
069710 Leather ......................... ........ 28.716 10,9 States wheat ................. Cwt. 861,635 3,140,95 86,598,660
069790 Other materials ................. .......... 51,66 17.691 107400 Wheat flour, not wholly of
069890 Leather wearing apparel, ex=ept U. S. wheat .................. Cwt. 280,014 1,071,750 28,075,887
belts, gloves, and footwear...... .......... 294,350 105,279 107700 Macaroni and spaghetti products.Lb. 1,014,056 96,589 1,225,401
069900 Leather manufactures, n.e.s....... .......... 85,887 102,252 10780 Biscuits and crackers .......... Lb. 4,805,750 1,075,310 6.111,392


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code No. Com odity description nd unit t Value ig code No. Caondity description and unit Net value
quantity (dollars) ( (Se of quantity quantity dollars )
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GROUP 1.****DSTABR F000 GROUP 1.-VEGABLE FOOD
PRODUCTS AND BERAG-Cont PRODUCTS AlD BERAGES-Cont. I
GRAINS AND PREPARATIONS (Cont. FRUITS AND PREPARATIONS (Cont.

108000 Wheat cereal foods, ready Fruits, fresh or frosent
to eat .......... ...........Lb. 10e2,929 20,807 167,202 131700 Peaches ......................I. 1,0
106100 Wheat cereal foods, to be 131800 Prunes and plums ............. Lb. 9 105 1
cooked ........................ Lb. 1,566,196 129,857 1.7u.580 11910 Apricotse....................Lb. 1 72 as
10000 Wheat semolina .................Lb. 1,717,800 71,784 1,73 5,557 11990 PFresh or frozen fruits,
10C500 Cereal foods, n.e.s............Lb. 672,556 1005,54s 649,347 n.e.s.................... 62,919 11,9 0,
109900 Grains and preparations, n.e.s.............. 137,758 2,?55,987 Dried and evaporated fruit:
132100 Dried fruits for salad.......Ib. 240 28
P0DDERS AND FEU0 132200 Pears.......................Lb. 117,054 51,000 WatE
1.2400 Raisine and currants.........b. 26,725,167 4,00,W6 9071
110100 ay ..........................L.Ton 757 31,498 1,706,854 15200 Apples........,..............Lb. 27,681 10,074 0
Ol1 cake and oil-cake mal: 152600 Apricot ..................... Lb. 459,885 9 4
111500 Cottonseead............... L.Ton 4 196 7,200 152700 Peaches ...................... b. 1,280,206 o, 1gs
111400 Linseed...................L.Ton 5 277 7,702 12800 Prunes .......... ............. 1 158,75 1,8,46 4,2
111700 Peanut....................L.Ton ................................. 32900 Apple waste............Lb. ................ .......
111800 Soybean...................L.TM 450 25,727 965,218 133005 Figs ........... ..............Lb. 2,881 86a ,
112905 Copra......................L.Ton .................... ............. 15096 Dried and evaporated
112909 Other.....................L.Ton .......... .......... ............ fruit, .e.s.............. b.i b4
114000 Fish meal for feed...........L.Ton 10 1,164 22,048 165100 Dates, fresh, dried or other118000 Mixed dairy and poultry wise p preparedd ............... Lb. 15,55 9 28,4
feeds......................L.Ton 9,194 605,085 20,708,964 Canned fruitat
118200 Oyeter shells................L.Tca 2,722 286,607 8,101,650 158200 Grapefruit...................Lb. 11,275 1,256 24,08
118500 Other prepared and 135300 Loganberries ................. ......... .......... .......
mixed feeds.................L.Ton 286 50,909 644,487 165400 Other canned berries...... ...Lb. 2,721 540
118710 Rolled barley for feed.......L.Tn 1,456 161,189 5,285,990 135500 Apples and apple sauce.......Lb. 71,716 86 90,
119000 Wheat feeds..................L.Tn 167 7,48 508,056 135600 Grapes.................. Lb. .......... **.*****.* *****...
119900 Feeds, n.e. .................L.Tan 1,570 102,085 5,090,656 154000 Apricots ....................Iu. 5,166,440 629,450 8,4
154100 Cherries.....................Lb. 18,606 ,745 269
V TA S MAID PREPRATIMIS,DI 164200 Prunes and plms ............. Lb. 169,756 16,48 E a
154300 Peaches ......................Lb. 4,072,409 459,1 071.60
120110 Beans, dry, ripe..............Lb. $1,291,273 2,p583,604 51,519,117 154400 Pears .......................Ib. 3,88,715 56520 s 00
120150 Seed beana ..................... Lb. 216,182 54,950 218,759 134500 Pineapples..................Lb. 1,89,557 20,47 2,7,08
120215 Cowpeas, dry, ripe.............Lb. 12,960 1,270 136,095 154600 Fruits for salad.............Lb. 1,788,86 23= af i
120215 Chick-peas (garbansoa), dry, 54700 Canned fruits, n.es........Lb. 9,455 1,210 1
ripe......................... Lb. 25,650 2,60 245,590 134900 Preserved fruits, Jellies,
12219 Peas, dry ripe, except cowpea se and jams ......... .........Lb. 196,717 41,91 2667
and chick, pea ............... Lb. 2,549,815 1,884,755 25,871,257 13005 Fruit pulp...................... 5,000 18189 371591
1202 50 Seed peas.....................Lb. 900,790 87,427 915,675 135098 Other fruit preparations.......Ib. 298,275 70,179 36,0
Vegetables, fresh or frozen
120700 Beans........................ Lb 466,124 864,956 518,025
120000 Onions ....................... Lb. 591,599 534,58 618,058 NUTS
120900 Peas, green.................Lb. 564,648 45,619 411,584
121000 Peppers...................... Lb 91,837 16,582 106,659 137400.. Apricots and peach pits and
121100 Potatoes, uhite............. Lb. 1,158,OB0 44,999 1,192,651 kernel .......................Lb. ................... .......
121500 Tomatoes.................... Lb. 1,288,785 123S,89 1,432,924 137510 Peanuts, shelled...............Lb. 176,850 31,661 2
12210 Cabbage...................Lb. 9,154,682 228,454 9,364,874 167550 Peanuts, not shelled .........Lb. 7,21 1,285 ?.
1220 C ote ...................... Eb. 8,54,119 200,464 8,7?65,12 1710 Pecans, helled............... b. 88,540 74,681
122450 Celery...................... Lb. 4,578,276 540,961 4,848,702 137850 Pecans, not shelled...........Lb. 145,500 44,258 478
122440 Lettuce...................Lbf 8,522,352 458,521 9,511,832 137710 Ialnute, shelled.............Lb. 4,0.0 3,215 44
121480 Spinach.................... Lb. 750,281 40,999 859,337 137750 Walnuts, not shelled.........Lb. 19;900 5,574 ,=
122470 SBeet potatoes............... Lb. 516,654 21,405 549,157 137905 Almonds, swset..............Lb 20,552 10.785
122490 Fresh or frozen vegetables, 137905 Brazil or cream nuts.........L.. .......... ........... ,......
n.e.e .......................Lb. 2,082,867 165,640 2,552,399 157907 Filberts..................... Lb. 2,000 776 2,0
124100 Asparagus ....................Lb. 92,144 25,085 121,548 157995 Nuts and preparations, n.e.s..Lb. 26,066 9,446 41,20
124200 Baked an and Pork and manoib. 615,548 51,881 801,428
124500 Corn ......................... 54,800 4,475 44,979
124PA400 Peas........................ Lb. 7,709,115 741,292 9,275,524 VETAB OIL AND FATS, EDIBE
124500 Soups....................... Lb. 1,094,818 170,854 1,514,741
124600 Tomatoes.................... Lb. 4,68,870 457,04 6,191,895 142000 Coconut oil, refined........... Lb ....... ...... ....
124700 Tomato paste and puree....... Lb. 528,469 42,479 411,567 142500 Cottonoaeed oil, refined........ Lb. 4,606 1,
124800 Tomato juice................ b. 71,5 3 5,570 96,6825 145000 Soybean oil, refined, except
124910 Beans, string or stringless..Lb. 4,691,488 446,490 5,62,875 lecithin-refined..............Lb. 2,507,521 S61,56 2684
124960 tima Beans ..................Lb. 2,858 454 5,716 145100 Peanut oil.....................Lb. 42 71 4
124950 Spinach.....................Lb. 549,422 51,664 408,889 14410D Corn oil......................Lb. 16,84 4,87 29
14990 Canned vegetables and juices, 144200 Cocoa butter...................Lb. 22,796 6,56
n.e........................ Lb. 5,216,565 544,191 6,776,78 144700 Cooking fats, xcept la ......Lb. 1,0,2? 211,114 1,240,
125000 Pickles, cucumber..............Lb. 559,401 62,057 S14,709 144901 Olive ail, edible..............Lb. 1,577 1,5 ,35
128100 Ketchup, chili sauce, and other 144902 Sunflower seed oil, edible....Lb. 7,612,800 1,240.277 7812,00
tomato table sauces........... Lb. 81,582 14,515 150,181 144905 Palm and palm-kernmel oil, edible
125210 Mayonnaise and salad dressings.Ib. 54,4650 9,155 57,975 or refined................L.... .............. ... .............
12529=06 Olives.........................Lb 69,052 25,288 137,041 144904 Rapeseed oil, refined Lb ..........Lb...... .... .............
125298 Sauces and relishes, n.e. ....Lb. 946,656 202,674 1,511,070 144906 Vegetable stearin..............b. 2,718 1,04 81
125500 Vinegar....................... Gal. 35,96 16,157 400,457 144998 dible vegetable oils and
12600 Toeast, except liquid .......... Lb. 256,195 55,092 275,502 fats, n.e. ...................Lb 2,089 759 8
U5901 Dehydrated soups............... Lb. 2,785,290 1,149,712 5,627,570
12902 Dehydrated vegetables.......... Lb. 9,508,516 4,901,907 12,025,710
12590 Farinaceous substances........ Lb. 810 262 1,006 4TAB BVXUAGE MATUIAIB
I25911 Soybpan flour, edible..........Lb. 1,210,078 88,505 12,285,576
1259 8 Vegotab1e preparations, n.e.8 ............... 69,577 547,551 150100 Cocoa beans .....................Lb..... .......................
150200 Cocoa, powdered.............Lb 49,154 10,141 62
FRUITS AND PREPARATIONS 150500 Chocolate .....................Lb. 54,95 10,253
15000 Tea.......................b.......................
Fruits, fresh or frost ens 151100 Coffee, green................. Lb. ....................
15L00 Bananas .....................Lb........... .......... ............. 151200 Coffee, roasted...............Lb. 60,99 13,090 6,9
150200 Grapefruit ...............Box 186,627 670,744 11,58,622 151500 Table beverage materials,
150500 Leanons and limes............Box 45,699 234,948 5,944,599 n.e..,........................Lb 28,726 10,48 88
150600 Oranges and tangerine .......Box 490,486 1,9685,980 41,747,566
130700 Pineapples..................Box 252 1,816 20,420 SPIM
150000 Cherries..............................Lb. ................. ......
151000 Apples in baskets.........Bkt. 2,887 9,557 150,550 164001 Capsicum.................. Ib. 4,944 1,656 6.59
151100 Apples in bqces........ ......Box 71,145 256,099 5,#SS,412 154902 Cinnam...................Lb 4,102 2,41 4,
151200 Apples in barrels .......... Bbl. .................... .4 ........... 164905 Casa....................L. .........................
181500 Berries ......................Lb. 5 2,869 105,865 421,001 14905 Cloves, unground ..............Lb. .............................
151410 Waternelons.................. Lb ................................. 164907 Nutmegs, unground.............. ....... ..........
131450 Other melons................Lb. 5,447 555 5,896 164911 Pepper, unground..............Lb.........................
131500 Grapes......................Lb. 10,265 3,700 12,455 14915 Vani.la beans..............b... .......................
131600 Pears....................... Lb. 195,514 24,182 217,45 154996 Spices, n.e. ..............Lb 209,859 4,567



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C Comodity decriptian and unit Net aue ao. Camodity description and unit Net Value
(a of quantity quantity (dollars) (iouns) (Sched- of quantity quantity (dollars) (pounds)
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GROUP 1. -VEGETABLE FOOD G R .-*METABLE PROUCTS,
PRODUCTS AND HEVERAGES--Cant.ID I ECT FIWERS
AND WOD-Contioned

SUGAR AND RELATED PRODUCTS RUBBER (NATURAL. A.UT) GUSB, AND
SNTHETICS)AND MANUFACTURLS-cont.

181910 Sugar, refined .................Lb Z4,522,761 1,435,518 24,922,698 204700 Bathing caps ..................Doz. 101 465 102
161 Sugar, raw.....................Lb .......... .......... ............. 204800 Rubber bands ...................Lb 2,169 2,768 2,915
900 Molasse... ................ al 161,440 48,929 1,968,118 204900 Rubber erasers, except pencil
Confectioner7a plugs .... .................Lb. 21,725 15,997 26,135
16 Chocolate candy .............. Lb 1,126,684 222,198 1,309,748 Hard rubber goods, except
la3CD Other candy. .................Lb 777,430 258,344 1,099,702 druggists sundrie:n
18700 Confections and desserts, Electrical
n.e,a.......................Lb 415,757 156,775 501,801 205300 Battery boxes ..............No. 16,991 16,898 204,368
16890 Chewing gum.................... Zb 331,513 195,604 429,657 205400 Other electrical hard rubber
100 Honey.........................Lb. 14,384 35,8553 22,291 goods ....................Lb. 109,842 42,168 224,060
Glucose, except pharmaceutical 205800 Combs, finished.............Dos. 32 35 19
dextrose or glucose: 205900 Other hard rubber goods................... 5,160 5,807
O Liquid.......................Lb 551,280 21,442 586,945 Tires and inner tubes:
1 00 Dry..........................Lb 161,866 10,809 167,771 Automobile casings:
700 Sirup......................... Gal 64,6 57,502 617,646 206000 Truck and bus casings......No. 157,3502 5,494,98 11,0,742
206200 Other automobile casings... No. 13,254 148,748 364,660
BEVERAGES 206500 Automobile inner tubes.......No. 135,491 432,564 1,20,022
206400 +Other casings and tubes ......No. 8,502 517,233 1,052,890
170100 Malt extract and malt sirup, Solid tires:
except medicated.............. Lb 87,775 11,574 115,170 206600 For automobiles and trucks.No. 425 21,324 47,152
Malt liquors: 206700 Other solid tires ..........Lb. 18,265 10,608 18,5652
170100 In bottles..................Gal 856,485 495,219 11,244,335 Tire sundries and repair materials:
17000 In cans..................... Gal 15,000 6,750 262,600 20690 Camelback.................... Lb. 107,425 27,017 114,950
170400 In other container .........Gal .......... ........................ 206998 Other........................Lb. 257,877 145,748 525,907
Distilled sprlts: 208400 Rubber and friction tape, except
171400 Rm..................... Pt.gal 2 19 42 medicated.....................Lb. 84.495 34,962 101,565
17160D Whisky.................. Pf.gal 54,250 216,962 750,117 Rubber and balata belts
171900 Other distille liquors and and belting:
compounds containing 208500 Fan belts for automobiles.... Lb. 77,00 82,445 94,248
spirits................Pf.gal 3,959 28,940 78,179 208600 Other rubber and balata
176000 Wines.......................Gal 20,579 46,021 271,212 belts and belting ...........Lb. 1,125,051 700,814 1,252,812
176100 Mineral waters, natural and Rubber hose and tubing:
artificial.................. Gal 5,14 6,531 85,802 208700 Garden hose..................Lb. 22,026 6,458 2S,506
176600 Sirupe and flavors for 208800 Other hose and tubing........ Lb. 892,634 484,540 1,019,87
beverages....................Gal 77,48. 264,084 1,202,709 209300 Rubber packing.................Lb. 155,814 85,948 175,174
Fruit juices: 209400 Mats, matting, flooring, and
177200 Pineapple................... Gal 794 791 8,889 tiling........................Lb. 47,983 27,006 48,198
177500 Grapefruit.................. Gal 2 8 ,071 135,58 2,488,742 Rubber tread:
177600 Orange ...................... Gl 106,475 329,450 1,120,178 209510 Bare or uncovered............Lb. 10,017 15,200 11,052
177900 Fruit juices, n.. ......... Gal 67.891 76,665 9,567 209520 Textile covered..............Lb. 3,356 4,127 4,907
178000 Beverages, n.e. .............. Gal 18,469 12,182 517,132 209600 Gutta-percha manufactureds......Lb. 3,328 4,521 4,454
209800 Later. or other forms
Compounded, or processed for use
GOUP 2. -VE=ABLE 0PROBU in further manufacture........Lb. 302,637 101,980 571,506
INEDIBI, ECEPT FIBS 0999O Rubber and synthetic rubber
AlD WOOD............................ 47,160,224 13M,956,369 manufactures, n.e.s .............. ......... 158,839 174,526

RUB R (MATIRAL, ALIM QiS, AI NAVAL STORES, GUMS, AND RESINS
3 1WCS) AND MAN FACT Naval stores:
Subbe ad lled 211000 Gum rosin....................Lb. 5,168,646 268,063 3.458,487
20000 Crude rubber .b 11100 Wood roasin,except"BWood Rost Lb. 5,090,010 168,180 3,180,388
2D100 .................. lb ........... ............. 211400 Gum spirits of turpentine... a. 106,592 90941 804,267
0on 00500 Other .......................b. .................... ............. 211510 Wood turpentine ............. Gal. 71,140 53,987 584,225
Synthetic rubber ............. 11610 Other terpene hydrocarbons
0001 Bun e polymer of Butedies derived from naval stores..Gal. 54,699 17,079 266,881
20001,aa 8eoo31 r sof Dutadiene 2rO Pine oil, products, and
and tyran ............ ... Lb 7,209,829 2,601,022 7,577,845 710 e vl a a d
200903 htyl-copolymer of Iobutylane derivatives ................ Gal. 72,639 47,696 613,426
and Isoprene, or oth. 2100 Tar and pitch of wood........Lb. 394,189 25,002 625,564
212300 Tall oil (liquid sulfate
dioefns ..............l ................ ........
2000 0 oesomers of wood resin) ................... Lb. 12,727 416 14,495
Choropreane ................Lb 1,797,296 71,772 1,860,046 218000 Other gums and resins:
200906 Bh y rs of ndi2i8000 Chicle ................... %...Lb. 87,406 87.178 94,226
and acrylanitrile...........Lb 16,286 7,168 17,736 218600 Shellac (bleached, and
00906 Thioklrgaio polysulfide b 1,500 75 1,590 u blea oed................. Lb. 259,269 11,97 272,612
20010 Polyiaobutylane-Polymers of laS, crude (seed, button,
Iobutylene ................. .b 5,67 2,916 56,554 and stick)..................Lb. 1,021 457 1,061
00 Synthetic rubber., n.a,.... Lb 1,5640 1,116 1,617 218909 Rosin, n.e.s ..................Lb. 148,280 8,986 157,163
00 Rubhe, claed.... ..........Lb 2518,51 16 2,5,4 218995 Gum bensoin..................Lb. ................... ..............
20L100 Rubber, reclaimed .............. Lb. 2917,8 13,063 2,52,4 218995 Natural gums and resins, refined
201200 Rubber scrap ...................Ls. 997,54 i6,288 1 00,248 ~ oiidi odto b 1907 7,9 7,7
2040 Rubber cemn ................. Gal 36,678 1.0 55,144 modified in condition ....... Lb. 159,057 7788 178,171
201600 Rubberied antanobile cloth.Sq.d. 124,042 3,87 109,04 218998 Natural gums and reshina, crude.Lb. 59,855 18,768 63,064
201700 Rubberized piece goods and
hospital sheeting, n.e.a.. .Sq.yd 141,152 119,275 176,582 DU, HERM, LAVES,
Rubber footwear: AND ROOTS, CRUDE
205100 Boots.......... ....... Pal 50,852 96,199 212,601 220100 Cascara bark...................Lb. 38,256 11,691 46,950
205200 Rubber shoes ................ a 14,964 13,413 25,740 20500 Ginseng .......................Lb. 106 1,579 142
20600 Canvas shoes with rubber 220BOD Mandrake root ................. Lb. 9,405 2,288 9,533
soles ..................... Pail 10,434 25,075 29,129 220904 Chinchona bark................Lb ...............................
20B600 Rubber sole ..............Dos.prs. 165,950 371,464 1,581,725 220911 Hyoscyamus (Henbane)........... Lb. 110 162 114
2 R700 Rubber heels .............Doa.prs. 22,101 18,773 79,555 220919 Pyrethrum (insect flowers).....Lb .......... ......................
W Rubber soling and toplift 220988 Crude drugs, herbs, leaves, and
sheet ........................ lb 255,384 64,847 274,858 roots, n.e. ................... Lb. 176,729 90,057 188,929
205900 Rubber gloves and mittens.Dos.prs. 12,882 48,758 28,209
Druggists' rubber sundries, except OIISEEDS
surgeons' and household gloves:
04000 Water bottles and fountain 221000 Soybeans, except canned........ Lb. 17,957,932 706,689 18,017,193
syringes...................No 40,048 17,488 32,899 222001 Castor beans..................Lb. ........ ....... ............
204200 Other druggiats rubber 222002 Cottonseed.....................Lb. 750,379 49,688 751,406
sundries ...................... .......... 24,991 164,600 222005 Flaxseed...................... Lb. 10,589 881 10,758
20800 Clothing of rubber or of rubber- 22200 Hemp, perilla, poppy, rape, and
ied cloth...................Dos 35,784 48805 28,712 sunflower seeds; and palm nuts
204500' Rubber balloons..............Cr os 190 10,90 4,587 and palm kernels..............Lb. 1,024 210 1,038
2046W00 Rubber toys and balle, except 222060 Copra .........................Lb .................... .............
dolls, golf, and tennis bLla .............. 119 207 222098 Other oilseeds ................. Lb. 100 18 100



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o4mtty Comodity
code No. Commodity description and ait Net Valis 3bip44 code No. Comedity description and unit met Value
(8ched- of quantity quantity (dollars) (Sched- at quantity quantity dollarr)


GOUP 2.-VUMAB PRODUCTS, Ga P 2..-VBABIZ 9I000CTS,
ImEDIBL, ZZCPT FI=R IMDEE, -SCAPT FIRM
AD I00-Contitued AND 1MD---Contnued

vWAMB OILs TOBACCO AND MAUFACTURU-Cont.
Expressed olsa and fate. inedible: tobacco, unmanafactured-Continued
228000 Coomat oi, crude...........Lb. .......... .......... ............. Zaf tooco-Continued
228100 Cottonseed oil, crude ........lb. 61 18 974 260600 Groan River ......... 10,200 4,232 38,059
22200 Linseed oil ..................Lb. 479,896 00,951 l8, 20700 one sunker leaf tobacco....Lb. 75,855 58.29 92,6W
224801 Fatty acide of vegetable 260000 Blak fat, mterbaler, and
origin..................... 21,081 5,148 24,588 dark Africa ...............b. 451,192 181,062 5U,4
eetable *a1 foote- 261100 Cigar leaf................a. 9,&44 16,061 10.751
26608 01i al.................. Lb. 60,820 10,522 60,820 281300 perique leaf tobaccoe....... . .......... ..........
A906 Other.. e....................b. ..... 1500 Foreig lear, rexported..D. .......... .......... .............
804806 Vegetable easp stock.........Lb. $,SM 1 4,172 28150 Tobacso trimings and scrap
8901 Castor oil, amrcial.......Ib. 41,86 7,768 46,806 (eitings and cigar cuttings
2M90R Corn eil, crude.............. I .......... .......... ........ Included)...................Ib. .......... ........I. .............
2 64 peant oil, crude............Ib. .......... .......... ............. 263800 Tobaoco em................Ib. .......... .......... .............
2A00D Perills oil, inedible ........b. .......... .......... ............. Tobacco manufacturees
224906 Rapeased and atticia otil, m000 Cigars and chereotes............H 58 5,05 1,MS
inedible................. 8,560 8,069 04,060 2620O Cigarettes ..................... V 55,560 857,78 1,4"e00
256A0 Tug oil .....................b. 75,771 28,500 75,262 26850 Chewing tobacco and mutf....lb. 130,690 96,8311 1,828
22849312 Soybean oil, crude...........Lb. 186,520 22,389 116,520 16800 Sankag tobacco in packages. .I 61,576 57,527 9,807
24915 Ole oil, inedible, except 282680 Shoking tobacco in bulk......lb. 116,832 85,826 187'a1
eulfured or foots ...........b. 1,280 677 1,82
2249W5 Palm and palm-kerel oil, ESIGN1AgOUS VMETAZ
crde....................... Lb. 1,290 213 1,510 1= 1DU, IM8IE
23M60 Suntloewr sed oil,
inediabl....................IM. .......... .......... ............. starchs
224998 Other expressed oils and fate, 281100 Cornstarch and con floor
Ineble....................b. 12,88 6,210 s4,566 (edible incluad) ...........I. 14,112,217 1,014,162 ,81,00B
Essential ois, naturals 281800 Other starch (edible
tM00 Peppermint...................Lb. 17,755 1386,106 22,669 Included)...................Lb. 155,94 12,745 1525
226900 Spearmint and other mint oils, 20810 Bremor................L.tan 275 75,061 81,818
n.e.a.................. Lb. 507 1,995 682 295500 Broms........................De. 630 8,562 3,#7
227100 Citrus oil..............lb. 22,5682 59,958 886 29100 Hope......................lb. 914,402 864,555 1,061,581
227905 Oil of citronella.........b. 6,840 5,967 8,457 290005 Vegetable tallow an4 max (except
227905 Imon grass oil..............Lb. 429 141 562 for soap stock)................Lb. 57,023 29,658 51'0"
2279986 Other essential oils, 299991 Hop extract....................Lb 25,924 72,476 50.87
natural.................Lb. 58,080 106,578 61,841 29998 Vegetable ivory or tagua nuts.4.1)............ ...............
228000 Blended, caspounded, or sized 29905 Dyeing and tanning materials ,
perfume.flavor oils, except crude............................ .......... 2,207 17,15T
synthetic aromatic campounds..Lb. 68,504 515,642 96,901 299996 Inedible vegetable productsn.e.s. .......... 127,80 1,788,0

GABIB DINING AND TAMING 0G00M 5.-TEWHE FB AND
2238015S MNUFACTURE................. .......... 47,861,621. 3osle6,

281100 Lognood extract.............lb. 18,062 5,018 21,150 CRT0, WHAWWAVuWAD
288100 Chestnut extract............Lb. 798,066 35,626 795,595 Raw cotton, except liters:
288906 Quebracho extract ...........Lb. 80,94 7,146 81,886 500005 American S ptism ( es) and
285906 Vegetable dyeing and tanning
extracts, n.e................ Lb. 51,078 54,98 60 1 Sea Island................lb..... .......................
$006 American EgyPptianl fris) end.
SES, EECEP On ne Sea Island .................al .......... .......... .............
300205 Upland, staple length 1-1/8
Grass and field seeds* iohes and over..........lb 682,605 178,746 707,Z62
60100 Alfalfaove............... 3,902 1,672 4,005 80020 Upland, staple length 1- 6




26196 Gras aeee ne~e.........Ib. 89,825 145,70 88,579 5005h Up and ovperlength....e
240200 Rod clver .*............lb,268 95,4 1 inche.............al 7 .......... .............
240500 Flok Clover .............lb. 120 85 5, 0@ Upland staple length 1-3/I
24080 Other clover .................b. 63,318 15,064 6,197 5 0 Grades. 1 t l ain. 16 ...............b
2400 Timothy......................lb. 0.840 75.248 9,08 5 hnd p l.................... pSW ta 1,0
240700 Kentucky Blue grass.....Lb. 2,694,420 589,150 2,711,311 300 pad tpe1sb1r
40800 Red top..................Lb. 11,255up to but not Includingp 1ap /
24389 Bag.14 sinches........................ 21,282 .......... ........
241910 Sugar Beat seed...........lb 67,825 18,205 68,544 50000 Coan baple lngts undr
241920 Orchard grass seed.........Ib. 251,542 88,215 254,281 oa itnhes... ....... 1896,95 8,70 1,8,1

241980 Fegsea s seed .e........Lb. 84,43 1,9452 21,98 5 0006 Upland, staple length unr
NOBS1R95AND G e sB1-1 inches ...0C a s ........l 8,75,7 .......... ...........
24190 0Field seeds, n.w.sa.........s ..Lb ,461.480 217,258 38,1nte3
24700 Flower sado ...............lb4,956t21,esh 8 0000 0ra es ..........siv >. 1,95,85 106,101 1,475,08
Vegetable seda:30W Ga"I o8 .9.1 IIa 140s
Z48880 Carrot saed ............... lb. 29,945 30,437 82,894 300101, Grades, 1 to S. Inclusive.... 2,584 ........ .............
2481 Beet seed, except sugar beat CTO ~MWCU
seed .....prs ...............b. 8,544 8,425 02509 Cota a fo Dmtatrings
249902 lbrnon seed...............e p lba 2,2 7,24 2,5 500600 Cotton pu .................1b. 56,66 53,869 .516T
246895 ash seed................Lb. 42,25 19,209 4,428 50000 Cotton rags, except paper
246894 Rutabaga and turnip seed. lb 6,494 2,8 7,101 stock ....................Lb. 1,29,016 81,825 1,215,91
24689 Spinach seed................. .b 12,065 4,752 12,468 800900 Cotton batting, gl ned wedding,
246896 Sweet car seed ...........AbC 531,751 89,852 56,281 carded cotton and ring .Lb. 17,296 58,70708
248898 Vegetable seeds, n.a. ...Lb. 215,481 177,452 281,675 Cotton mLU mate:
247500 Seeds, except oilseeds, nis.. .Lb. 22,710 9,105 275244 801050 Cotton bard wastes of yans and
threads, including wiping... 548,840 52,747 6 26M
NU oY AND HOUSE STOCK 50100 Cotton card stripe........... lb. 58,706 6,897 144,9
301060 CPrber mate ..............b. nae m8927 86,382 279,C
253500 Flowers and foliage, out, fresh, 501060 Other soft maes..........5lb0 1 ,767 32,882 1.475,
end preserved..................... .......... 16,011 22,497 Cotton yhrn for manufacturing
259006 Bulbs, roots, cea, plants, and 501110 Carded yarn, gr.........Lb. 7,414 861,519 85
seedlings .................. No. 4,424,624 27,480 106,800 501120 Carded yarn, bleached, colored
25909 Nursery and greenhouse stock, and novelty .............. lb. 99,716 40,825 13"
.ee............................ .......... 55,697 140,063 301200 ereris, all kinds.......b. 100,51 17,079 226,
301310 Combed, except finished or
TOBACCO in MA.UF ..4T0hhS mrceri0 5 9............... ). 95,054 71519 55r e
50120 Cahbed, finished, ecept
Tobacco, unmanufacturedt sercrised...............Lb. 122,164t 85,276 1".978
Lesaf tobacco
260110 Flue-cured, unatemed.lb. 41,883,829 Z2,205,728 49,18,282 COTTON WAIIUFACTLUM
28010 Flue-cured, stfed... :Lb. 8,741,541 2,801,121 4,475,750
280200 Burley ..................Lb. 124,13 124,021 36,77'7 Cotton thread, twIno, cordag
26080 Dark-fired Kentucky and and rope:
Tennessee............... Lb. 5,977,1481 12,613 4,517,085 501500 Saling thread........ ..l 91,854 148,070 12,069
280100 Dark Virginia.............Lb. 468,940 190,824 552,925 30150 Crochet, drig n
260600 Maryland and Ohio export .Lb. 880 468 960 embroidery cotton .........Lb. 3.3.1 108,511 2844w











UNITED STATES EXPORTS OF DOMESTIC MERCHANDISE-APRIL, 1948-Continued


Coode Comodity description and unit Netp Value ati Camodity description and unit Nat Value
(adof quantity quantity (dollars) (c of quantity quantity (dollars) (Scad
(ponds o)le B) _________________mOUP 3.-HETILE FIBERS AND GROUP 5.-TETILS FIBRS AND
MANUFACTUES-Continued MANUFACTURES-Continued
COTTN MANUFACTUES-Continued COTTON MANUACTORES-Cantinued

Cotton thread, twine, cordage Colored yarn fabrics-Continued
and rope-Continued Fine goods and combed cotton b
301700 Tire cord (on cones or warpe)I. 122,820 55,489 142,414 rics, bleached, dyed, printed,
501800 Twine, rope, and cordage, flock-dot or clipped-Cont.
except tire cord........... Lb. 36,223 189,696 387,744 307900 Cotten and rayon mixtures
Cotton cloth, duck, and tire (cotton chief value).. .Sq.yd. 1,021,331 305,63 271,865
fabric: Other cotton fabrics:
101900 All cotton cloth when exported 508000 Knit fabric, in the
to Philippine Islands to be piece....,...............Lb, 43,05 45,159 48,756
embroidered and otherwise manu- 308200 Table damask, in the
factored and returned to the piece....................8q.yd. 18,065 7.18 9,317
United States............3q.yd. .......... .......... ............. 508100 Tapestry, and other upholstery
Unbleached (gray) cloth and drapery materials, plain,
Tire-fabrics: Jacquard and dobby-woven.Sq.yd. 320,428 174,682 6i,198
3500 Cord tire fabric......Sq.yd. 298,868 199,970 274,436 308700 Plushes...................Sq.yd. 15,11 10,572 10,227
30P100 Other tire fabrics... .Sq.yd. 33,445 135,795 37,228 308800 Other pile fabrics........Sq.yd. 106,136 77,950 09,760
Cotton duck: 308950 Cotton remnants and fabrics,
30500 Heavy filter cloth, hoee n.s.s., sold by the pound.. .Lb. 207,783 101,939 82,678
and belting duck.....Sq.yd 128,873 94,918 186,556 Cotton wearing apparel:
304600 Ounce duck............Sq.yd 1(2,401 85,68S 107,425 300000 Handkerchiefs...............Do. 79,863 112,391 30,778
604600 Numbered duck.........Sq.yd. 90,511 58,080 116,640 Gloves, cotton, woven, or knit:
Cotton cloth (gray), medium 509110 Work gloves, mitts, and
and coarse yarn fabrics: gauntlets, fabric... .Dos.prs. 4,026 16,962 14,436
Not over 40 inches wide: S09120 Dress and all other.. .Do.pra. 107 912 216
305110 Drilla, L1twi1, and warp Enit goods:
ateena............3q.y4. 669,486 12,136 332,786 Hosiery
805120 Sheetings...........Sq.yd. 4,60,96 651,362 1,540,965 309300 Woman's.............Dos.pra 28,413 96,277 52,429
Over 40 inches wide 309400 Children's..........Dos.pre. 24,998 48,320 21,232
30510 Drilla, twilla, and warp 309500 Mn's...............Dos.pr. 49,986 114,377 76,59
ateens............Sq.yd. 49,896 18,25 29,314 Underwear, knits
3520 Sheetings...........Sq.yd. 971,761 187,320 312,797 509600 Man's and boys'...........Doz. 36,468 116,358 81,845
505400 Osnaburge (all widths)..Sq.yd. 596,481 90,8P. 179,38 300700 Wanents and children's...Dos. 26,115 81,151 50,086
Printoloth yarn (gray) 309800 Hightwear, knit, waments and
fabrics (all withs)t children's..............No. 8,272 8,530 6,907
503600 Tobacco and cheese cloth, 309910 Sweaters, Jersey pullovers,
36W2 count and lower and sweat shirts, ments and
construction.........Sq.3d. 2,845,049 78,869 141,599 boys'...................No. 18,354 17,868 10,169
506700 Other printcloth yam fabric 309950 Sweaters and shawls, womnI'
construction, above 56x52 and children's..............No. 8,86 19,137 16,136
count..................Sq.yd. 375,619 39,401 64,687 509990 Knit apparel, n.e.s........No. 61,775 60,744 19,911
530900 Gray cloth, n.e.a.........Sq.yd. ;561,689 86,944 145,102 Garments of woven fabrics
Finished cloth, bleached, dyed 311300 Jackets and wind-breakers.
printed, stiffened or other- men's and boyal.............No. 58,973 143,369 75,185
wise converted, and colored 311400 Overalls, breaches, pants, .
yarn fabrics- aprons and men's work
Not over 40 inches wide: clothing, n.e.a............Doz. 5,313 83,387, 72,965
Drills, twills, and warp 311500 Nightwear, men's and boys'..Dos. 742 13,255 9,376
satese: 311810 Underwear, men's and boys'..Dos. 4,299 168,609 864,613
304000 Bleached..............Sq.yd 2,687,977 76,872 1,062,262 311710 Work shirts..................Dos. 1,957 29,705 13,004
504110 Dyed in the piece.Sq.yd ,021,013 982,467 1,171,367 311720 Shirts, except work shirts.
504120 Printed............Sq.yd. 876,096 224,057 269,214 men's and boyst..........Dos. 21,947 520,569 190,952
Sheetig: 312000 Clothing of cotton woven
509210 Bleached...........Sq.yd. 6,002,794 1,088,645 1,921,945 fabrics, men's and boys',
504220 Dyed in the piece.....Sqyd. 1,277,861 261,465 53,588 n.e.e......................Do. 48,137 1,125,320 624,640
504800 Printed.. .....Sq.yd. 1,25,727 311.401 365,183 312200 Women's dresses and
Over 40 inches ide ensembles (one, two, and
501510 Drills, twills, and warp three piece as me unit)....No. 0,447 62,931 21,119
sateen..............sq.yd. '10,012 59,980 86,657 312400 Women's and children's underSheeting: wear and nightwear, except
504610 Bleached..............Sq.yd. 1,798,994 517,759 767,883 knit.......................Dos. 19,241 65,069 31,221
304710 Dyed and printed......Sq.yd. 475,895 132,505 143,778 512700 Children's outerwear, except
Printaloth yarn fabrics knit...................Do. 4,955 52,530 20,827
(all widths): 512900 Women's apparel of woven
Carded broadcloth: fabrics, n.e.s................. .......... 40,547 17,354
304800 Bleached.............3q. 52,318 126,756 137,551 Cotton narrow fabrics, non504910 Dyed in the piece.......Sq.7d. 788,662 207,177 20B,02T elastic, not over 12 inches wide:
104920 Printed.............Sq.yd. 574,166 231,786 262,228 314000 Woven belting for machinery..Lb. 15,681 20,988 16,573
306000 Cheesecloth and puse, 316000 Braids, ribbons, triminags,
bleached or dyed bindings, lacings, tape labels,
(full pieces)............Sq.yd. 2,226,902 83,790 131,55 and webbing.............................. 111,219 58,252
Printcloth: 516100 Narrow fabrics, n.e............ .......... 43,982 586,382
305110 Bleached..............8q.yd. 1,621,065 864,815 392,718 Cotton house furnishings
305210 Dyed in the piece.....Sq.yd. 675,322 161,268 202,743 Bedding:
505220 Printed.................Sq.yd. 5,211,452 1,061,876 1,132,p76 517100 Blankets...............No. 248,810 292,226 460,43
Napped fabrics: 317600 Quilts, comfortables, and
S5MS10 Cotton flanels, bleached, quilted bed-pads..........No. 31,775 110,278 210,106
or colored...............Sq.yd. 1,475,181 252,191 38,895 Bedspreads:
506690 Other napped fabrics in the 517500 Candlewick, chenile, and
piece....................Sq.yd. 134,138 35,516 63,786 tufted..................No. 471 2,520 1,905
Colored yarn fabrics 317600 Plain, crinkle, debby and
805700 Denies....................Sq.y. 279,902 65,355 121,098 Jacquard woven..........No. 180 5560 503
306800 Suitings, twill-coverts, 517800 Bed sheets and pillow
jottonades...............Sq.yd. 459,812 141,106 214,237 cases....................Dos. 25,972 222,825 340,363
306000 Chambraya, cheviots, and 518100 Curtains and draperies, emept
ehirtings................Sq.yd. 1,662,623 383,510 632,680 lace............................. .......... 1,852 980
305100 Colored yam fabrics, 31800 Laces, embroideries, and articles
ne.e....................Sq.yd. 1,509,657 347,655 402,617 thereof, n.e.s................... .......... 262,293 86,252
3068200 Colored duck and auing 518700 Terry-woven towels, meah cloths,
materials.............Sq.yd. 86,212 66,329 102,519 and bath mate.............Dos. 37,712 166,326 242,788
Fine goods and combed cotton 318800 Muck, damask and plain woven
fabrics, bleached, dyed, towels and toweling.............. .......... 32,209 45,527
printed, flock-dot or clippeds 318900 Other house furnishings, n.e.a.... .......... 218,631 294,831
104700 Voiles, organdies, laws Other fabricated products of
and batiatee, coabed... Sq.d. 1,519,815 325,029 192,769 cotton, n.e.a.:
307000 Piques, cabed..........Sq.yd. 78,726 25,586 20,699 Cotton bags:
807300 Mrquisettes, cmbed....Sq.yd. 605,706 108,224 67,987 519110 New........................Lb. 316,997 162,832 320,106
507400 Cambed and carded 319111 Mew (quantity only)........No. 1,384,52. .......... ...........
goods, n.e.a.........Sq.yd. 3,800,413 1,052,791 942,102 319150 Used and reclaimed bags.... .Lb. 227,171 59,144 231,091
307600 Cottan and wool mixtures 519151 Vsed and reclaimed bags
(cotton chief value, not (quantity only)...........No. 484,599 .......... .............
less than 80 percent cotton 319600 Canvas articles, n.e........... ...........498,055 640,690
by wiht............8q.yd. 2,S3 2,010 1,297 519900 Cotton manufactures, n.e.s..................162,320 444,8640



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17ITED ATES EPOR GP D IESTC MECHm DISE-AFRIL, 1945-Contiand

comodity aSipn Commodity
sede No. Comedity descriptim and unit Not vales code go. Camdity description and ant g4 him
(sehed- of quantity qustity dollarr) (Sched- of quantity quanity (dons)
alm 5) _le 8)

aROU .-wrza rzBmS AN COW s.-mzza rIaMS a.
MemsAc25U-Continued uNsurUcES-Continued
MOO MANUFACTURES-Cantiumd
WUGTABKZ FIBES, AND WUACTUI
Wool wearing apparel-ontinad
egetable fibers, mnufacturedt 88500 Wmene and children*' apparel,
320501 C a nton....................L.to ...e .. a.. s ept and boya. a u. p.
520505 Flx ...........L. 1 14140 2,sib 586960 Mn's and boy*$ apparel, except,
seasas sowp............Lton IS 41,0a7 247,432 knit, n.e.. .................... .......... sera
ageor tle or Tampico ........... ..san .......... .......... ............. sseene Wool or mohair manufacture.
3 0.69 .......... o c n.9.6 ......................... .......... a.1o s.*90
820611 Tapok ..p... ...L.S .......... .......... .............
S2051a iaguary or Canaala..........tA .......... .......... ............. AIR AD MUWACmS, N.8.
320515 MIA or abaca............L.ton ... .......... .......
5a19 Siaal or hnequen..........L.ton 9 ,294 68,54 Heir, unmanufactured
sa021 am............ ... ........... .......... ............. 869060 Cattle, o, calf, and bore bo
s52098 Other unmnuftacturd hair, aow septt ear hair).Lb. 74,0657 ,587 6,$
fibers...................L.ta .......... .......... ............. 6070 Cattle., ox, and calf tau hair,
s21O Jute yarn, cordage, and sean,.lb. 31s,907 6s,884 527,42 new (switches incldedd).....b. .......... .......... ...........
s2A4o0 Bags at Jute...................lb. 2381,85 5s,289 2,4u,489 569100 Hog hair, n-w................Lb. 740,46 soa 7s
83401 Bage of Jute (quantity maly)...No. 2,07,180 .......... ............. s950 Borse ane and tail heir, raw
828906 Jute burlape, except when used or dreamed, new.............b. 3,219 9.00 a (
as a covering for other merchan- 569510 Other hair, manufactured, raw
dise or as a component part ot or dreaed, new..........a. 30,550 96,8e
other products................ 50,460 9,8m 50,461 569580 Hair waste and scrap hair.... 26,435 1,WT
822898 Other Jute manufactures........Lb. 67,56 7,549 89,527 169700 Hair felt and manufacturee.....Lb. S,32s ,0050
899318 Flax (liam) fabrics, mide 369900 Other hair manufactures........... .......... 4557 35M
And narrow.................... 6b. ,8e n,688 7,s06
359855 Handkerchiefa, linen...........No. 45 457 10 SIK AND M NACTRES
559988 Pla, hemp, and rende yarns, and
manufactures, U.e.0. (except 370500 Baw silk.......................L. .......... .......... ...........
twa. and cordage flax fabrics 371000 teea, organsim, and hard
and handhershiafs)......................... L8,648 1,1*7 tists....................
Cordage, meept of cotton or jute; 571100 spun silk......................Ib. .......... .......... ...........
S1100 Bilder twine..............b. 288,960 17,351 188,962 871900 Sewing, mbraidery, and crochet.
541400 Maila cordage...............Lb 9,25 6,82 9,964 silk..........................Lb 60 1Ms
a41901 Flax twine and cordage.......Lb 1,251 2 0 1,577 Fabrica woly or chiefly of si1k.
41905 Hemp and reste twine, cord, and 572001 Silk cartridge cloth for poster
cordage.....................Lb. 8,067 2,836 8,131 bags........................14. .......... ........ ..........
841909 Steal or honequan, istle or 372006 Silk parechte cloth.........d. .................... .........
Tapico, Canton, 1aguy, panol, 572090 Other broad ailks............d. .1,05 3,558
and sum twine, cord, and 572500 TVelvet, plashes, and
cordage.....................Lb 490,219 85,042 491,065 chenilles................Sq.yd. .......... .......... ...........
841968 Other cordage.............Lb. 11,960 2,900 12,067 5729W Silk and velvet ribbons......Lb. Be 3,92
841500 ooa .......................... 245,056 39,049 264,555 Wearing apparel
84900 Sisal or benequen, istlea or 374100 Undersear....................No. 161
TAepieo, Canta, aguey, panal, 874200 Silk dresses, skirts, and
and SUm yarn.............b. 965 281 1,142 blouses.................No.
Kapoks .Hosieryi
849913 Life-maying appliances................... 429 990 875800 W ms and children's
349928 Kapok manufactures, .e.a....... .......... 20,14 105,571 seaesse...........Dos.pr. .......... .......... ...........
34998 Vegetable fibers and manfactures, 375500 Wmen's fulln.s.a. (atraw or pas manu- fashimed.............Doz.pr. .......... .......... ...........
facturea inc.)................... .......... 29,472 156,686 578700 Men's socks..........Dos.pr. ......... .......... .
875900 Silk wearing apparel, n.e.e.
(am's, moments, and children
M001. MUPACTWED included) ...................... .......... .......... ............
379800 Silk noils and mate...........lb. 1,100 1" 113
800 Carpet woo................... 1b................................. 87990 Silk -*fanture*. n.s.a .................
a8090 Clothing wool..................Lb 118,188 0,921 1zosr neaF s N
so0 Cominge wool................. 44,061 14,80 4s,601
091 Hair, Anger Goat (Mohair)
Cashmere Coet, Alpaca. and MOM Nylon wante andi saeple fiber...Lb 1 *
other like hair .............th 15,076 11,186 18,86 385007 Rayon mate and staple fiber ... lb" 4u4.,1M 155,215*F
385009 Other synthetic cut fiber and
00. SNNUWACTRBS waste........................Lb. 5,881 7,800 So
58900 Nylon yar, mnoilamant, beands,
58200 Wool rage, woven and knit...... 114,050 7,394 115,350 and rope......................L. 175,60 2B6.129 36
6O Wool nails ad wate, ill mate 386007 Opun rayo yam, single and
(inlslde garnetted, picked, end plied.........................IL. 85,596 St,906 304,@
carded).......................Lb. no,S79 19,058 u4,9 Seco Acetate rayon paun, monfilamnt,
582800 Wool tops (tops of hair bands, and rope...............Lb. 12,258 489,ta6 IMAM
included)..................... Lb............ .......... ............. 58013 Viecoe higb-tenaity-tire cord
SsaMo Wool aros..................... Lb 377,12 487,400 4s7,061 yarn an cones or wrpe, treated,
dipped, or untreated (fuel-call
WOOL MANSPACTMES high-tenacity cord or yarn
included).....................Lb. 547,182 216,8 084M
Fa'ric wholly or chiefly of wool; 8015 Viscose and cupra nama
864800 Wool cloth and dress goods ..Lb. 1,300,880 3.125,126 1,365,325 continnone filament yam,
884201 Wool cloth and drese goods aenofilament, bands, and rope,
(quantity only)..........Td. 966,98 ....................... enept tire cord or yarn......Lb. 578,84 86,759
5Ssoo Mohair cloth.............L. 84,80 69,884 40,275 584098 other synthetl yarn, .*584301 Mohair cloth (quantity only).Td. 41,456 .......... ............. filament, baads, and rope.....Lb. 28,701 22,85 So,
384900 Other wool fabrics...........Lb. 2,784 158,001 57,874 884200 Thread and yrm for swing,
866200 Carpets and rugs of wool ....Sq.yd. 15,09 48,861 37,890 embroidering, hnd-knitting
866500 Wool felt*, except woven.......Lb. 8,886 10,922 9,286 and crocheting................Lb. 2,411 6,ac Set
366400 Wool felt*, woven for Piece goods, wholly or chiefly of
machines......................Lb. 88,170 1s1.8s1 70,552 synthetic fiberas
35600 Wool blankets..................Lb. 1.087,592 1,618,391 1.099,538 384800 Pile (velvets., et.) .........Lb. 17,758 81,749
3063001 Wool blankets (quantity only)..5o. Z64,818 ....................... 38401 Pile (velvets, etc.)-qutity
Wool wearing apparent only.....................Sq.yd. 21,226 .......... ............
387600 Knit bathing suite.. Dos. 650 354107 3,686 39000 Knit fabric, in tbe piece....Lb. 51,128 156,41 S0
567600 Knit sweaters for men, wine, 84920 Upholstery and drapery fabric,
and children............Dos. 5,98 76,876 24,655 wider than 42 inches, woven,
37700 Wool knit goods, ne.e. (man'., 'xcept pile.................Lb. 15,572 28.004 36,
womenta, and children's 58921 Upholstery and drapery fabrics
included)...................... .......... 118,465 45,752 wider than 42 inchee, woven,
36800 Men's overcoata, suits, and except pile-quantity anly.8qy 38,680 .......... ...........
pants.......................No. 39,889 579,250 144,370 Woven filament yarn fabrica,
58098 Bops overcoats, suits, and n.s.a.;
pants.......................No. 81,88 540,485 188,065 se2s Cord-tire and fuel-cell
38200 Wman's and children's dresses fabrics (treated, dipped,
and ensemblee, except knit..No. 5,017 49,589 8,370 or untreated............. 968,181 046.001 1,087



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'UNITE STAES EXPRTS OF OME.ITC MtCH&NWD'A'-APRIL 14s-outlued


C ditydescripon and uit cod No. o dity desciption and unit et le
(Sachedof ofntiuantityit (dollrs) (pundollSors)


GROUP $....7TIZ FIBERS An GROUP 3.-TETXZ FIBERS
MiNUFACURS-Continued AND NINIFACTURS-4ont.
SYNTHETI FpsL AND* MISCELLANEOUS TEXTIE
4MLFAOT 1 PROUCTS--Cantinued

Piece goods, wholly or chiefly of Mattresses, cotton, kapok, moss,
synthetic fbr--4ontinued end hair:
Woven flamint yeau fabrics, 397006 matresese, kapok ............ 44 470 1,525
Wn fimnt e fa bic,397096 Mattresses, cotton, moss, and
nCord tire aorel-ll hair .N. No. 2,385 34,177 130,876
fabrics (tretd dipped, or 095000 Absorbent cotton, sterilized sm,
untreated) ty and sterilized bandges.......Lb. 415,261 217,611 540,8
Aa .......... ....Sq.yd. 1,549,428 .......... ...... lastic webbing, woven, knit
8'V3 Printed.......... Lb 200,429 473,991 229,167 or braidedsu
Printed-quontit7 only Sq.yd. 868,891 596800 Not over 1-1/2 inches wide.....Yd. 80,581 8,25 2438
322 Other (greige, white, piece- 599000 over 1-1/2 inches wide... Id4. 156,785 8,358 4,518
ded nd pr-dyed 99600 Garters, am bands, suspenders,
ncluded)..... ..... 461,272 886,915 526,789 and braces ..................8 7,557 26,178
SU S other (greige. white, piece- Clothing, military, air end naval,
dyed and parn-dyed included)- not identifiable by material
quantity only .Sq.yd. 1,840,251 .......... .....**.** 95 under specific clothing classes.
Woven spun pamn fabrics, 399501. Personal end oraiatoa ...3.....57 18
n.e.SS- 39OSm Aviationi................***.*.** ..******** ********** .******.****
3860 printed...................Lb. 81,857 181,469 92,145 399507 Special for parachute troops.... .. .......... ...-.......
3S91 Printed-quantity only.....Sq.yd. 544,826 ...... 5...... 99509 Special for nu r s es................... ......
30M Othr (gregp, white, piece- 599511 Special for armored fo........s.....
dyed, and pam-yed 599515 Special for cold weather........ .......... 581
included ... ....Lb. 171,507 3lz,83 197,159 599517 Gas protective clothing,
34 Other (greige, white. peice- military .................. ............
dyed end pern-dyed included- 59519 Clotting, military and air,
quantity aly ......... Sq.yd. 565,A .......... ............. n.0.e ...i...:.:::::..:::::: :::::..a. 151 27
S"990 Remnants and mill ends (less 59921 Navel cl o t h i ng......... .... 852,061 706,066
than 10 yards in length.....Lb. 95,445 102,306 10B,495 399900 Textile manufacturers, n.@.a............... 538,408 1,260,150
umsouso furnishings ................. ...........41.09o 50.490
Outerwear, women'sa and children: GROIUP 4.-IM AND PAM ...... .......... 14,48,.743 26,681,815
Bc-0 Desses end enembles, except
knit or' crocheted (es, two, W D, UMMWACTURSD
and three piece ensembles as
o it) ............... No. 75,121 494,206 74,858 Logs and hen timber (indicate
50 Other outerwear, except knit quantity scals)r
V.o crocheted .............No. 11,890 39;854 8,696 Hardwoods:
586310 Bceases e ensembles, knit or 400100 Ash and hickory.....N bd. ft. 1 45 3,500
crocheted (ne, two, and 400200 Cottnwood and aspen..M bd.ft. .......... ....... ............
three piece ensembles as one 400400 Walnut...............M bd.ft. 17 6,256 286,061
unit)......................No. 12,971 '72,485 12,978 400600 Hardwood burle. N bdft ........... .....................
366520 Other outerwear, knit: or 400905 Mohogany logs.........V bdft. .......... .......... ..........
crocheted....................... .......51,150 8,297 400907 Lignua-vitae loge..... bd.ft. 1 805 10,594
Hosieryt 400908 Teak loeg... .......bd.ft.................... ............
Women's and children's- 4009 other hardwood logs and
56410 Vylc..................Dos.pr. ..........15 1 timber............... M bd.ft. 250 8,675 1,685,564
58640 Other spathetic Softwocdec
textile .............Dos.pr. 48,327 351,690 87,448 401200 Douglas fir ........... bd.ft. 80 8,108 280,970
560 e's socks.............. Dospr. 15,50 41,510 21,586 401400 Hemlook............M bd.ft......... ......................
885710 %nit underwear...............Doe. 8,874 59,864 21,101 Cedars
366720 Woven underwear............Doe. 5,285 72,117 25,907 401500 Western red...... bd.ft. .....................*.........
586770 Sleeping and lounging garments, 401700 Port Oxford H... bd.ft. 38 5,655 95,100
knt or woven'.............Doz. 1,601 o9,006 21,455 401500 other ............ bd. ft 180 4,286 611,712
656080 Ribbons........................... .......... 75,450 20,244 401900 Other softwood logs and
56660 Braids, fr~sgs, end narrow timber............. M bd.ft. 906 25,485 5,024,01
tr*ngtexcept hat braids..... .......... 27,929 10.211 Railroad tie, hewn:
585000 Synthetio textile mufactures. 402600 Creosoted, or otherwise
s.e.@c........................... .......... 1227,157 55,492 treated.............. V bd.rt. 128 8,582 849,472
402900 Other...............M bd. 77 2,282 542,285
LM US TETILE PRODUCTS 405100 Creasoted,piliAg...........Lin.ft. 4,470 4,010 220,550
408200 Other pl..ng............Lin.ft 26,800 2,872 1,010,990
390100 Linolem....................Sq.y4. 29,776 19,019 39,672 405400 Telegraph, trolley, and electricFelt-base floor coverings .. .Sq.yd. 414,210 10,870 1,205,699 light poles ............... O. 511 1,064 74,750
2610 Olcloth fer shelf, table and 408900 Firewood and other unamanfactured
wall...................Sq.Ypd. 141,890 26,517 92,790 wood.............**.****.*.** *........* *,507 672,560
39150 Wlantow-stede cloth..... .q.yd. 17,260 4,511 6.557 Softwoods. not treated:
Book cloth (a q t1pes)7 406000 Southern pine .........N bd.ft, 243 30,895 1,005,671
391410 Pyraqylin-coated or 406500 Douglas fir..........M b.ft, 1,024 41,784 3,411,619
iaprgnated.... ....q.yd.. 17,828 9,570 6,486 406500 Cedar...................M bd.ft.
gggg0 Starch filled..........Sq.yd. 48,280 9,960 16,840 408900 other...............M bd.ft 50 4,389 210,890
39160 Pyroxylin-coated or impregnated 407900 Hardwoods, not treated.... bd.ft.......... .......... ............
fabric ................Sq.yd. 155,95 72,801 72,553 Creosoted or otherwise treated:
39170D Coated or imprecated 4000 Southern pine...z.......M bd.ft. 12 16,247 605,400
fabrics, n.e...........Sq.uyd. 723,402 210,455 464,723 408500 Other............... Mbd.ft. 10 727 51,000
591800 Waterproof outer garments, except Boards, planks, and acantlings,
rubber and rubberized.........No. 29,821 176,561 80,018 less than 5 inches in least
3Qt.0Q Corsets, brassieres, and dimension:
girdle. except rubber Softwoodsad rubberized .............No. 204,358 213,278 59,922 410000 Cypress ............M. bd.ft. 14 11,400 440,000
392800 Neckties, cravats, mufflers and Douglas firscarfs (.. fibers)..........Do. 16,324 108,707 19, 410100 Poudr.ap.........M bd.ft. 5,378 313,705 17,317,469
5914010 ate braids, strips nd, sheets 410200 trese d............U bd.ft. 3,65 248,887 10,084,401
of.natural. fibers .......... d. 40,310 2,855 7b4 Southerntpine:
SiM060 atbraidsb stripe end sheets, 410500 Rough. d...........M bd.ft. ,076 226,850 12,6,59
wholly or pertly of synthetic 410400 Dressed...........M bd.ft 1. ,9 9,880 5,557,764
textiles ....................N. 594,32 21,105 7,31 410810 Pondres pine........H bd.ft. 90 8,957 g,8l7,414
Oate, bsaete, hoods, cape end 4100 White pine...........I bd.ft. 759 45,738 2,198,80
ber e.t. 41100 Port Oxford cedar.....N b.ft. 2 56 84,140
Hats and bat bodies of straw, 410790 Other cedar........o. bd.f69 159 14,499 4,000
palm af, etc.a o 410800 Redwood............... bd.ft. 237 19,380 1,081781
291200 Harvest ................No. 2,752 1,952 995 410900 Spruce ............. bd.ft 199 18,95 488,100
Other 411200 Hemlock............. bd.ft. 51 6,725 121,500
3h a00 Sewed .................No. 15,285 21,752 7,150 411600 Other softood..-*** bd.ft. 10 72 29,250
594600 Woven ................. No. 5,585 1,960 3,828 Hardwoods:
596100 Men's and boys' fur-felt hate 411700 Ash ................ V bd. ft. 223 25,949 887,483
and hat bodies............ No. 42,82; 325,547 21,285 4l1800 Birch, beech and,
552M Woen's and girl' fur-felt maple.............. X bd.ft. 825 76,172 2,646,745
hate and hat bodies.... No. 2,841 10s,807 1,499 411906 Chestnut ..... .......H bd. ft............ .......... ...........
596800 Wool-felt hats and)hat 432000 Cottonwood............M bd.ft. 45 3,091 142,800
bodies.....................No. 37,659 42,708 23,888 412100 Gum, red and sap...... bd.ft. 16 1,085 57,200
Other hate, caps, and berets: 412200 Gun, tupelo and black.M bd.ft 63 5,596 217,300
395700 Knit and crocheted.........No. 4,046 2,685 1,808 412300 Hickory............M bd.ft. 65 4,546 311,700
396000 Woven fabric...............No. 48,442 40,501 25,997 412400 Oak...............M.. bd.ft. 3,177 S25,521 14,542,682
398800 Artificial or ornamental flowers, 412500 Poplar ............. bd.ft 183 11,335 483,440
fruits, vegetables, grases, 412800 Walnut.............. 9 bd.ft. 33 3,828 141,800
s, leavs, teams, or parts 412700 Mohogany...........M bd.ft. 49 11,220 1682,750
-thereof (all materials).................... 532,534 12,111 412800 Magnolia............M bd.ft. 17 1,118 53,007
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Camdi (y h)n Camdity
code No. Cemadity description and unit Net Value code No. Ceodity decription and uit Net Vale
(Sched.. of quantity quantity (dollars) (Sched- of quantity quantity (4lase)
uge B) ule 8)

GROUP 4.--WOOD AND GROUP 4,-WOD@ AND
PAPRl-ontinued PAF-Contianud
SAM PRODUCTS (LUMBER)-Cont. PAPER BASE ST aCn5-4atinued

Boards, planks, and acantlings, Wood pulp (air-dry weight):
less than S inches in least Sulphite wood pulp, bleas be
dimension-Continued 460100 Bayou and special chemical
Bardwood--Continued grades...............,tcn 445 47,795 00#5
412900 Lignum-vita e..........M bd.ft. 1 396 2,954 4000 Other.. ............ ,8ton 6,M.S 6V.998 1,8z7,
4L5000 Teak .................. bd.ft. 2 1,730 10,850 46000 Sulphita wood pulp,
413100 Oak flooring .......... M bd.ft. 9 9,415 179,040 unbleached ................ S.tn 3,227 261,167 6.7 4
415200 Other hardwood floor- 460600 Soda wood pulp.............tS.an 2,867 235S,4G
ing.................. bd. ft. .......... 59 800 46000 Sulphate wood pulp,
415400 Wagon-oak planks...... M bd.ft. .......... .......... .......****** unbleached.... ......S.ton 7,296 445,718 25,028,76
Small hardwood disnsion stode 461000 Sulphate wood pulp,
413600 Except squares ...... bd.ft. 300 65,320 1,549,160 bleached ...................ton 54,8 a56
413700 Oak squares ........ bd.ft. .......... ... ............. 41900 Screenings and other
413800 Other squares ....... bd.ft. 14 1,775 84,000 wood pulp .................S.ton 209 14.59 45
413900 Other hardwoods.......M bd.ft. 247 52,788 791,620 Paper base stocks, n.e.e.t
Box hooks: age for paper stocks
414000 White, ponderosa, and sugar 469000 Valued $50 or over per ton.S.ton 74 8,783 31M,90
pine.................. bd.ft. ..................... ............. 469100 Valued under $50 per ton... S.ton 170 5,20 S6,
414100 Southern pine........... bd. ft. ................................ Other paper stock:
414200 Hemlock and spruce......M bd.ft. ................................. Waste paper:
414300 GuCm .................... bd.ft. 148 25,059 467,520 46986 Overissue news...............b. 89,765 19
414900 Other..................M bd.ft. 1,008 524,207 6,644,615 469609 Other........................Lb. 1,196,256 18 1,00
Railroad ties, sawed: 489998 Other paper stock............ Lb. 2,967,438 410,0
415600 Creosoted or otherwise
treated ...............M bd.ft. 1,165 35,559 3,742,582 PAP, RELATED IRDUCTS
415900 Other................M bd.ft. 651 20,259 2,171,056 AND MANUFACTURIS

WO MAWUFACTURED Printing paper:
471200 Standard newsprint........... Lb. 9,162,40a 8,79? 9
Cooperage: 471400 Book paper, not coated....... Lb. ,1,007692 68,996 21"
420110 Tight staves, new...........o. 444,518 74,101 1,806,18 472000 Cover paper................. Lb. 550,190 5,159 ,
420150 Tight staves, used...........No. ............................... 472100 Greaseproof and waterproof
420200 Slack staves................No. ,24 3,492 174,900 paper.........................Lb 5,2 ,61 7 20,447 B
420500 Tight heading................Set 57,686 29,644 526,455 472300 Wrapping paper, except kraft...Lb. 8,051,800 27,451 321
420400 Slack heading................Set 22,020 1,781 242,540 47200 Kraft wrapping paper...........Lb. 1,411,057 88,776 14 0
420500 Tight shocks.............. Set 16,667 71,861 1,093,140 472500 Surface-coated paper...........Lb. 2,210,218 6,07 2 000
420600 Slack hooks ................Set 2,000 1,027 95,920 Tissue and crepe paper
420910 Tight empty barrels, caske, 472005 Cigarette paper (except cork
and hogsheads, new..........No. 8,416 41,369 512,389 paper), cigarette books, and
420950 Tight empty barrels, casks, book covere...................Lb. 1,270,715 57,2 ,550,
and hogsheads, used.........No. 21,642 65,444 1,22,075 472698 Other tissue and crepe paper...Lb. 2,509,82 17,7 2,670,
421401 Plywood, aero grade ......... Sq.ft. 2,745 707 2,494 47200 Toilet paper.................. Lb. 780,6846 68,561 83s
421405 Plywood, hardwood, except aero 472900 Paper towls and napkins....... Lb. 290,176 24,8 W
grade.....................Sq.ft. 2,375,60 292,129 1,879,6586 475000 Kraft container board..........lb. 5,687,154 96,80 35m
421407 Plywood, dougla fir, except aero 475100 Other box board (paper board
grade.....................Sq.ft. 6,549,691 471,287 7,645,782 and strawbomd) ..............Lb. 7,007,408 51 2,0u i 78
421409 Plywood, softwood, except douglas 47500 Bristols and bristol board..... Lb. 1,247,101 139,060 1 3
fir and a.ero grade......... Sq.ft. 2,259 320 2,50 475500 Other papeorboard, except
Veneere, except &ero grader container and boxboard........,b. ,847,912 25.55 a 3m
421601 Fancy, face, or figured...Sq.ft. 651,958 27,47 102,570 475500 Sheathing and building paper... lb. 3,451,555 195,517 .64
421605 Utility or commercial.....Sq.ft. 2,165,729 57,426 549,599 475600 Fiber insulation board (7/16 inch
421605 Veneers, aero grade.........Sq.ft. 3,570,184 89,971 684,474 and over in thickness).....Sq.ft. 2,29,647 90,475 1, ,7
422100 Vener packages for fruits and 475600 Wall board of paper or pulp (1/8
vegetables............................... 105,302 2,759,057 to less than 7/1 inch in
422200 Lath ............................. .......... .......... ............. thickness.................Sq.ft. 5,841,002 106,621 Z'18
42200 Shinglee .......................Sq. 475 3,312 862,550 474100 Blotting paper................Lb. 288,208 58,57.1 02
422600 Doors..........................No. 9,428 38,943 362,279 476000 Filing folders, index cards, and
422800 Tria and moldings .......... Lin.ft. 481,872 6,548 47,862 other office forms, plain or
423000 Venetian blind slatse .............. .......... 1,539 5,212 printed....................... Lb. 185,864 51,064 iM',2
423100 Venetian blinds................No. 460 3,760 6,6835 47000 Papeteries (fancy writing
425200 Sash and blinds, n.e .........No. 1,884 6,215 41,196 paper) ........................Lb. 6,90 5,840 ao
428950 Prefabricated and ready-cut 476100 Writing paper, except fancy ....Lb. 12,088,409 1,467,5396 1 ,M
houses....................No. 439 495,693 7,482,501 477500 Paper hangings or wallpaper...Roll 125,887 51,88P U
423990 Other millwork and house fixtures. ........... 2,220 .11,925 Paper bags:
Furniture of wood: 477700 Heavy shipping sack type..... Lb. 1,50,745 14,551 1,0,
424200 Chairs, chief value wood.....No. 2,980 20,056 57,008 477800 Other....................... Lb. 552,289 86,200 67,
424400 Office furniture and store Boxes and cartona
fixtures................................. 27,395 79,620 478100 Heavy fiber shipping containers
424700 Other wood furniture, chief of corrugated or solid
value wood .............................. 125,18 5,332 container board ............Lb. 206,624 10,055 1,M
424800 Wood furniture, chief value 476200 Other.......................Lb. 81,544 61,728 307
upholstery ..................... .......... 45,572 105,828 479500 Envelopes .....................Lb. 105,660 54,765 1 0
426000 Boat oars and paddles..........No. 1,558 7,315 35,382 479500 Vulcanised fiber sheets, strips,
Handles: rode, and tubes...............Lb. 509,266 152,208 061
428500 Plow and similar bent 479700 Cash-register and adding-achine
handles...................Doz. 1,071 7,561 45,228 paper........................ Lb. 49,595 6,8"4 6,6
428600 Hoe, fork, shovel, broom, mop, 479900 Paper, related products, and
and other long handles.....Doz. 20,881 23,161 400,724 manufactures, n.e.0 ........... Lb. 2,595,220 629,957 89,
428800 Striking tool handles .......Dos. 16,045 40,854 256,29
Pencil slats: G0P 5-NCHMETALLIC MNRAL ...........151,946,587 11,416,7,1
429100 Eastern red cedar............ Lb. 2,701 1,057 2,775
429200 Incense cedar................Lb. 496,877 54,465 510,128 COAL AND RELATED FUS
429660 Woodenware (kitchen and household) .......... 31,592 118,364
429900 Wood manufactures, n.e.s.......... .......... 426,723 4,054,969 Coal:
T500100 Anthracite...............L.ton 501,565 5,301,541 6758,13
CORK AND MANUFACTURES 500200 Bituminous ................L.ton 1,715,472 10,052,796 ,849,11,9
500300 Coal and coke briqueta e.......L.ton 12,428 101,713 27,65
4 Cork wood or bark urnanufactured.Lb. 772 269 977 500400 Coke, except petroleuma
4 a Disks, washers, and wafers .....Lb. 40,764 11,388 47,016 coke.......................L.ton 117,658 1,008,718 ,65,7
450500 Stoppers......................Lb. 21,676 10,738 24,778
430600 Cork insulation...............b. 96,250 12,144 105,342 PETROLBUMX AND PRODUCTS
450700 Manufactures of artificial,
composition, or compressed 501105 Crude petroleum (except motor fuds,
cork, n.e.s .... ....... Lb. 269,055 82,250 .290,5S0 not less than.80 Octane......bl. 2,54,817 5,875,729 71,98,80
450900 Manufactures of natural cork, 501107 Crude petroleum (except lubrin.e.s........................Lb. 88,780 26,559 95,210 cating oils) not less than
60 Octane...................Bbl. 458,615 828,84 155004
PAPER BASE STOCKS 501198 Other crude petroleum oils,
n.e.a......................,Bbl. 252,775 565,815 78,500,01
460000 Pulpwoods....................Cord 533 4,070 1,236,0 20 50200 Natural gasoline .............Bbl. 55,106 142,752 ,78,8



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Coedit S n Ccmaodi htyipping
code No. C odity description and unit Net Value pp code No. Coodity description and unit Nt Value S
(Sof quantity quantity (dollars) i (Sched- of quantity quantity (dollars) (pa)
ula ) ponds) ule, B)

GROUP 5..-N MTALIC GROUP 5.--4NCMMETALLIC
MIN Ai-4ontinued MINRALS-Continued
PETR760M AND PRODUCTS-Cont.
CLAY AND CLAY PRODUCTS
Refined oils:
Motor fuel nd gasolines 530500 Fire clay ....................L.ton 6,500 61,778 14,421,819
I035S Blnding agents of petroleum 530907 Kaolin (china clay)..........L.ton 1,371 14,542 3,068,246
origin ................... Gal. 12,551,467 5,7629,455 73,618,623 550912 Other lays .................. L.tcn 4,803 91,607 10,785,019
Aviation motor fuels: Pottery:
501605 High Octane motor fuels.Bbl. 6,851,491 51,592,750 1,744,946,891 552000 Table and kitchen articles
50169B Medium Octane motor and utensils ...............Doz. 15533,424 227,693 1,395,064
fuels ..................Bbl. 166,172 845,549 43,625,017 Sanitary articles:
501707 Other motor fuel and 533200 Closet bowls and water-closet
gasoline.................Bbl. 2,909,265 14,587,100 750,452,229 sets ....................Piece 13 ,084 156,333 1,039,74
01796 Other motor fuel and 53400 Lavatories, sinks, etc...Piece 9,999 103,386 502,416
gasoline, n.e. ..........Bbl. 2,058,978 9,118,339 554,655,8533 533400 Sanitary fixtures and
501900 Naptha, mineral epirite, fittings, and parts, n.e.e... .......... 18,088 89,362
solvents, and other finished Electrical porcelain:
light products .............Bbl. 33,357 174,388 9,548,040 533500 For less than 6600 volts...Lb. 279,524 52,525 540,091
700 KErene....................Bbl. 388,415 695,310 l09,824,995 533600 For 6600 volts and over ....Lb. 237,165 50,581 292,113
000 Gas oil and distillate fuel 553800 Other pottery............................. 105,127 596,540
oil....................... ,Bbl. 3,216,695 8,800,528 999,751,155 Firebrick:
60100 esidual fuel l ...........Bbl. 751,258 1,459,799 259,765,862 656100 Chrome brick and shapes......Lb. 1,263,151 43,22.5 1,270,454
bricating oilt 536200 Magnesite brick and shapes...Lb. 1,323,093 61,229 1,550,955
5#00 Red and pale............. Bbl. 110,518 927,475 56,772,547 Silica brick:
505400 Black................... Bbl. 10,575 73,739 3,930,656 5365300 Standard 9-inch series....... M 174 10,665 904,587
Cylinder: 556400 Other shapes ............... M 685 63,402 4,076,721
5h510 Bright setocks...........Bbl. 9,589 135,974 3.109,519 Fire-clay brick:
05520 Steam refined stocks ....Bbl. 7,874 79,620 2,600,978 536600 Standard 9-inch series....... M 2,454 143,560 16,761,124
505800 Inaulating or transformer 536700 Other shapes................ M 1,064 140,085 8,045,340
oils ....................Gal. 109,54 34,237 928,583 536800 Firebrick, n.e.a .............Lb. 5,551,044 180,719 3,907,123
65900 Light lubricating oils in 556900 Other brick..................... M 362 11,264 1,645,109
mall packages...........Gal. 20,245 25,967 242,609 537000 Earthen floor and wall
Aviation lubricating oills tiles.....................Sq.ft. 165,524 50,781 511,637
504001 High vis osity index High-temperature or refractory
grade.................Bbl 142,542 2,145,598 46,816,672 cement:
504006 Medium viscosity index 5537505 Chromite base mixtures ....... Lb. 2"54,880 6,099 258,579
grade...............Bbl. 136,697 1,956,654 46,845,429 537598 Other........................Lb. 1,077,843 45,631 1,117,803
0098 LubIaricating oils, n.e.a...... 154,572 2,003,800 47,165,068 5537900 Other terra-cotta and ceramic
506100 lubricating greases, except manufactures ............................... $2,624 2,848,175
graphite lubricants...........Lb. 4,581,207 317,787 5,269,341
04200 Petrolatum and petroleum Jell,.Lb. 5,328,585 157,995 5,740,290 OTE NONMETALLIC MINENILS,
50100 Liquestie petroleum gases......Lb. 6,749,160 88,967 6,895,901 INCLUDING PRECIOUS
Paraffi n wax:
50600 Unrefined...................Lb. 5,887,274 188,009 4,049,367 Abrasives:
6000 Refined nd semi-refined.....Lb. 6,492,550 417,224 6,781,195 540500 Wheels of emery and corundum.Lb. 30,375 16,048 37,985
06700 Petroleum asphalt...........L.tan 14,606 5364,772 34,348,754 640600 Grindstones.................Lb. 467,187 25,097 48,6822
604800 Petroleum coke...............L.tmon 16,542 222,629 57,290,985 540905 Diamond grinding heels......Lb. 101 5,86 1s
50200 Natural gas............... M ou.ft. 1,009,628 102,289 50,059,985 20910 Diamond duet..............Carat 12,875 12,164 22
5900 Petroleum products, n.e.s ..... Gal. 259,46a 192,774 2,115,555 240920 eery powder................. Lb. 50,483 3,141 55,249
540998 Other natural abrasives, hones,
8STOM, HDRAULI CEMENT, AND LIM .and whetstones..............Lb. 5,599,56 117,864 3,69,5653
541105 Steel abrasive ..............Lb. 1,450,778 48,8768 1,466,462
610100 Marble and other building and 541198 Artificial abrasives, crude
monumental stone, rough or and in grains, except steel
dressed................... Cu.ft. 5,415 17,135 1,150,196 abrasives..................Lb. 6,143,580 334,845 6,277,668
512700 Manufactures of stone, 641200 Wheels of aritificial
n.e.e., except crushed stone............... 7,5688 86,751 abrasives ...................Lb. 2,069,929 702,959 2,591,699
Mydraullo cement: 541300 Steel wool...................Lb. 186,156 57,450 226,757
51800 atandardportland........... bl. 556,880 790,390 1356,751,469 541800 Abrasive paper and cloth....Ream 9,5370 106,652 504,849
516500 White nonstaining and other.Bbl. 25,386 116,907 9,656,585 541900 Other artificial abrasives,
517000 Concrete and cement manu- hones, and whetstones.......Lb. 81,8672 31,578 96,989
factures................................... 13,177 340,069 Asbestos:
517100 Lime..........................Lb. 1,691,176 9,475 1,901,296 Unmanufactured, crude and fiber:
545105 Fibers, 3/8 in. or more in
IASS AND GIASS PRODUCTS length..................L.ton 653 61,156 1,464,500
545198 Other...................L.ton 37 5,170 85,138
1200 Plate glass .................Sq.ft. 648,660 225,686 2,123,532 545500 Paper, millboard, and
5 0 Cylinder, crown, and sheet roll board.................Lb. 259,022 19,703 292,805
glass.....................Sq.ft. 5,784,307 417,410 9,736,440 545400 Pipe covering and cement.....Lb. 229,570 14,132 239,569
Laminated glass and manufacturer: 545510 Textiles and yarn............Lb. 17,290 12,916 18,105
521750 Bulletproof lasse ......................... 142 2,438 545550 Packing......................Lb. 246,176 167,865 302,917
521790 Other.................................... 335,965 347,131 Brake lining:
521800 Rolled glass, except 545600 Molded and semimolded......Lb. 180,310 127,3565 220,555
colored....................Sq.ft. 413,851 54,529 1,275,656 545700 Woven.................Lin.ft. 24,968 16,147 20,013
5 2000 Rolled, cylinder, crown, and Clutch facing:
sheet glass, obscured by W5810 Molded and semimolded......No. 80,5315 55,515 47,009
coloring prior to solidifica- 545700 Woven.....................No. 83,762 34,685 50,035
tion, not less than 1/4 inch Brake blocks:
in thickness..............Sq.ft. 47,516 20,377 255,771 545901 Molded and semimolded......Lb. 50,936 33,253 357,54
525005 Optical glaes, except 545905 Woven. ................ Lb..... Lb ..........................
ophthalmic... ................ No. 512,778 10,099 19,465 545915 Sheets......................Lb, 258,269 33,097 264,36
523098 Other glass....................... ......... 186,213 910,514 545998 Asbestos manufactures, n.e.s.b. 469,940 45,744 496,976
Unfilled glass corntainereat Asphalt and bitumen, natural,
525200 Phamaceutical and proprietary except petroleum asphalt:
ware.......................... .......... 256,685 3,084,895 547000 Unmsanufactured............L.ton 3,238 70,999 7,825,744
525400 Beverage bottles.......................... 556,950 17,545,066 547100 Manufactures, n.e.s..........Lb. 2,060,902 86,594 2,188,965
525300 Other unfilled glass Graphite, natural:
containers............................... 253,677 4,209,286 547201 Ceylon amorphous............ Lb. 24,959 1,928 28,595
Tumblers, drinking glasses and 547205 Flake, crystalline, lump
stemware, plain, cut, engraved, or chip....................Lb. 655 204 806
or otherwise decorated: 547298 Other natural graphite.......Lb. 330,719 13,68 3358,947
525710 Machine-ade..............No. 5,235,844 149,739 2,124,502 Carbon or graphite products:
523720 Hand-made................No. 100,552 15,191 50,484 547500 Electrodes for furnace or
Table and kitchm glassware, electrolytic work ...........Lb. 5,997,214 427,727 4,643,980
n.e.s., plain, cut, engraved, 547400 Brushes and stock ......................... 39,810 40,267
or otherwise decorated: 547800 Lighting carbons .............No. 955,054 57,549 75,178
524012 Machine-made.................No 9,012,291 444,740 5,067,162 548098 Carbon or graphite products,
524018 Hand-made... ..... 1....No. 134,607 68,820 226,675 n.e.9 ..................................... 212,550 2,113,421
525500 Lamp chiameys and lantern globes........... 17,350 91,648 Gypsum and manufactures of:
526100 Globes and shades for lighting 548300 Crude, crushed or ground...L.ton 65 2,260 131,700
fixtures .......... ............... .. 75,727 374,815 548400 Calcined (plaster of paris)L.ton 673 16,098 1,514,889
529100 Chemical glassware.............Lb. 105,729 91,655 177,744 548500 Plaster board and
529200 Glass electric insulators ...... Lb. 222,519 15,966 239,700 wall board..............Sq. ft. 712,135 19,465 1,260,115
52900 Other glassware............................ 449,408 2,551,519 548700 Other..................................... 37,609 833,621




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UNITED STATES EPURT Or DM C NE MADSIC-APfL, 1945 Contnu


coeo Comodity descrition and Unit mat Value code No. Commdty decito an uni Nt Val



GOP5. --NOMALLIC GOP6-WL N
OTMNOM-MA1ti M ML-.Aka4ICZ-00iA


5-00 Rock wool sand other aami-rigid

materials, axosp as wu L ........... 03522 1,187,451 sklad.trp-otn~


Lfifacturod and lManfactureas 6019 Alo te, saep
51200 Groeund or pul-rars.4 .........lb. 54,200 1,690 55,961 stainles...,,........... L. 1,ssi,.em 71 3141QA
551300 Other .......................Lb. 12,658 24,5W 15,072 6020 SepSo or etwei ...... b 3669 006 nf~#
Sulphur:Ironaend steel, ashes 571400 C.de...................Lton 109,999 1,964,542 56.431.074 glaie.
571500 Crushed, grun, refined, --3 Io so ta .......... Lb 8.3 2,7 8
sublimed, and flor .......b. 5,647,909 101.574 3, 704,W 6S0 te set .... ... Lb 23,4=,ft Is1 zs~iis57220 VMaweita and msgeia, and S~ shets blck

572400 Slt ........................... In. 36,814,505 155,526 57,241, M 6 05 Noit containing alloy ..... b 26,522,688 4,2,9
576500 Talc, steatite, soapstone. mod 65550 .Stainless steel ..... ......dLb 19.425 5.7
pyrephyll~te, crude -A grud. e055W Alloy stmel ept
95s145 ,6520ae Ie................lb. 5,910,89 R 0g .054
566000 Charcoal, except animal 005600 Iron sheets black .........Lb. 5,00,9.2 SEm 3O46
chArcoal ............ b. 122,276 4,85 M.5086 S:ip. hoop, band, and scroll
Quarts crystals iron cand steel:
P1..,. electric, Cold rolled, contaliing noe
596001 .... e......... ,..66. as alloy:
596001 plates, resonators, and 8M711 Iron and steel strip ... b. 897,529 5595102
oecillataor.......,....,....... ........ 256 4 6078 Iron and steel hoop. band.
-900 Frequncy control unt ... ..... 1718 n col....... b ,9.9 372 1460
Optical: Cold rled. stainless stels
596006 .......a...; ...... 60751 Iron sand steel strip .... b. 54,479 17.4?3,4
596008 Plates, loea. and r- ....... 12 603 Iron and steel hoop, band,
Cr!rllts. and scroll............ Ib .......... ......
596010 Na trall..... .....lb. 107,4W0 11,158 106,942 C~oI4 rolled, en., st-ia
596015 ArtIficial ..........Lb. 250,554 21,18 261,475 mep a tainlasa:

596m1. Acid grade ........... 1h 00,000 1,759 100,000 gCgM Irn n steel boop, band,
5968w Other grades .........Lb. 22 5 29 and scroll....... Lb. 8,05 2,W1 60
65605 Mineral sex (except paraffin Hot rolled, containing
wux) ............ Lb. 196,20O7 29,126 201,490 no llorc
5,96095 Ejaaite said allied minerals, __5a Iro an stee sti ....b 11026 357Z 3,0
crude, groundt, or calcined-.o ........... *..... 60518 Irnn steel. hoop. and
596098 Other nomtallic mineralscol.........Lb 10,7 8'" 21M31
products, except precious- 52........ S5,251 208681,56u Hot rolled, Stainleas steel: ,1
599OM tiaamxada suitable only for "851 Iro anda steli strip ...Lb 2z 7305 M
industrial use .......Carat 5,549 15,675 14 60585 Iron and steel heop, and
599098 Precious, synthetic, said 6950 ,5 om l....... Z6,91 ,in2r
imitatio stones, n.e 69,55 2....4.. rl ed, stes

GBow 6. -bWMW AND xMAK- 605692 Steel strip ............Lb. 115,6129 09 &
FACIin, 11CIP MA041N531 605M9 Ironand steel hoop, band,
AND WSUICf ......... .... 60,915,237 1,279,572,189 and scroll .......Lb. 20,52 'S.M 09
604i0o ?i-plate and taggers' tin-b. 1,W,184 5,402 mr.7
MM OUR604200 Terneplate (long tamnes
included Iron........ LA)6,50 5629 mzo~es~l 12,291,727 52m R zaw6
GOMO 12a w ................ L w 81 W 3,20 1&,WAMStructural iron and steels
-00 Water, oil, gpa, and other
IM AND TML 51MERAMACURSS lined storage tanks,cmlt
and become material, for
600700 Pig iron.,. -Lt 1,599 46,276 5,104,920 temorary or permanent
Iran lend Ste Srp.Istallation, n.e.n .... 5,586,505 242,466 3A30
601020 No. 1 heavy mwlting... Lo 4,501 75,107 9,709,483 3turl shape.,
601090 Vo. 2 nelting ............Lta 507 4,525 609,960 eNS~O Except fabricated. ........L. tm 18671 95,C 70661
6010010 Hydaulically ccressed 604800 Fabricated ..............to 4,59% 966,512 1,0 7
and baled ...............L o 148 2,252 551,504 ON0 Plates, fabricated, punched or
601070 Cast and burnt Iron crap .Lto 213 5,743 476,600 shaped ...................Lb. 43,208639 1,8W 8 452u5
001090 Other................... .to 1,964 S2,757 4,47S,475 gS34J0 Mtal lath,................ Lb. 227,M9 19.,1e09'"
601.100 Tin-plate. scrap............ L.ton 117 2, 150 261,2.20 "0400 Sasand frams, iron or
001500 Tin-plate circles, strips, steel.................... Lb. 419,099 e9,q. us >.
cobbles, and scroll-eluar 606000 shoot piling .............. Lh. 1,560,286 49,075 INi7
butts ....................L -tn..... 179 666 R&un.Vak aerial Iran and
601400 Waste, macte tin-plate ... Lto 700 56,524 1,749,502 steel[
601500 ?arne-jplate clippings and Ra~ilsscrap,_,,.................... L-to........... ..................606100 60 punsidand over per
Steel inots, blooms, bill1ets, y-un........... to 2,18 .4,77 S16,8
slabe, sheet bare, and tin-.Plate 605200 Undter 60 pouns per yard.L~t 512 41,760 1.650
bare: OS Rlynr....... to 1,7 56% 0069
Not con'talning alloy- 605400 Hil joints, splice bare, fish6016 Iron end s*,eel ingots 7. o 2,478 86,005 5,559,550 plates, and tieplats.m....lb. 12,951,2,50 seoel 126M11
601806 Steel billets, blom, and 605500 Saitches, frogs, sand
9abs .................. Lto 14, 175 707,589 51,747,125 crossings ................ Lb. 8,815.748 541,41
601609 Iron and steel sheet bars, 605600 Railroad spie............ Lb. 4,017,016 154,M 12 ~ ~
and tij--p1ate, bare..L. ton 1,291 66,1653 2,892,125 606900 Railroad bolts, nuts, masrs,
All y steel, including &ad nut locks............. Lb. 1, 120,655 104,544 I3'
stainless-- Tbuar products and fitting.,
601706 Iron and steel ingots. ... L. tan 647 22,501 1,447,860 Iron and steel
601706 Steel billets, blooms. and Boiler tubes:
slas................LAM 5,18 1,015,714 11,22,596 606000 Seamless-...............l b. ll.A8,451 666,104 Z3.$
601709 Iron end eteel sheet baIrs, 608100 Welded................... lb. 874,076 70,S66k'2
and tin-plate ae L o 41 2,845 96,540 Casing and oil-line pipe:
Iran and steel care and rode: 806200 Sealss ................ Lb. 27,757,257 1,265,043 Z7.625
601000 Steel bare, cold finleh-d .... UL 22,012,320 1,250,054 23,007,565 606300 'gled .d................... Lb. 5,966, 700 115,752 SW99
602100 Iron hare ...................Lbt 313,390 15,542 314,414 60640C Seamless black pipe, except
60100 Cocrerte reinforcesent bars..Lb. 61,205,B35 1,709,814 61,226,5-60 casing, oil-lins, end
Other stee bars and rods (hot boiler.................... 1.547,515 109,617 18(.2
rolled): 6056W W~lleahle-iron sorseed Pipe
501500 Not conteilin alloy...Lb. 52,91$,765 1,079,754 52,960,467 fittings ................ ... Lb. 969,171 2~a .ws
602500 Stainless steel..........Lb. 183.4 77 55,546 175,615 6060W Cast-iron screwed pipe
02.600 Alloy steel, except fittings ................. Lb. 17?.596 34,969 8,8
stainless................. 1999,8 2,900,184 20,090,978 60570 Cast-iron pressure pipe .. Lb. 5.039,559 159,065 5,7.1
601900 Wire rode................... llo: 28 26,825 ll,846,49 6C6796 Cast-iron pressure pipe
Iron, and steel plates, sheets, rfltiu'gB................ 605.045 9.7 1.
skelp, and strips, 504506 Cast-iron soil pipe .... .I 1,535290 242 15 a
8OO00 I Boiler plate .............. Lb.1 8,639,58W 21285 6,579 606895 Cast-iron soil Pipe fittings.Lih 294,402 3a o 4



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UNITD STATES REPORTS OF DO f1UC S IUCH M IS-APRIL, D945-Contlnued


Coomodity description and unit Nst Value co o Cdity description and unit Nt Value
-egh Ca- t decito dui e
W 'N Value wegh

$ of quantity quantity (dollars) a) Bed-. of quantity quantity (dollar )


GROUP 6.-4BTALS AND ENU-- GROW 6.-MBTAIS AND MHANUFACTURES, EXCEPT MACHINERY FACTUBS, EXCEPT MACHIN
AND VEICLiES-4ontinued AND VWUICLES-Continued
IRON AND STEEL SEMIMANU- IRON AND STEEL
FACTURES-Continued MANUFACTURES-Continued

Tubular products and fittings, Enameled ware, iron or steel:
iron and steel-Continued 612400 Bathtubs....................No. 1,098 45,775 464,601
Welded black pipe 6125O00 Lavatories, sinks, and other
07000 Steel......................Lb. 17,114,523 769,50 17,610,765 plumbing fixtures ........... No. 286 5,079 20,023
010 Wrought iro ............... Lb. 4,225,305 171,9357 4,225,004 612600 Table, household, kitchen, and
Welded galvanised piper hospital utensils, and hollow
607 Steel.................. Lb. 9,422,855 500,02S 9,461,616 or flat ware ................ Lb. 1,498,019 419,965 1,725p,289
S Wrught iron............... Lb. 1,071,279 45,71 3 1,072,978 Metal furniture and fixtures
077 Iron and steel pipe, a.es.... Lb. 8,411,422 92,070 8,6 70,272 612900 Sheet-mestal storage cabinet,
eo All other iron and steel pipe medicine cabinets, and
fittings, n.e.a............. L. 1,458,565 318,672 1, ,006 losk ers...................... 18 2,29 11,486
Wire and manufactures: 81000 Sheet-metal shelving and wall
408100 Iran or steel wise, uncoated.Lb. 10,587,2682 656,525 10,475,655 bins........................... .......... 8,852 182,274
400000 Galvanized wire..............Lb. 11,979,987 829,424 12,047,504 615100 Sheet-metal filing cases with
G0m0 Barbed wire ..................Lb. 5,658,048 237,611 5,705,564 exposed drawers, except
09600 Wae ire fencing ........... b. 1,164,711 9,802 1,171,000 insulated ...................o. 250 7,80 17,982
Wove-wire screen cloth, of all 615 50 Sheet-eetal filing cases with
mtals and allys: exposed drawers .............o. 15 1,144 5,458
Zanect..................... Lb. 15,048 26,526 163,581 815550 Fire resistive safes and vault
Other...................... Lb. 405,566 148,881 450,421 door, insulated ............o. 85 9,194 71,719
Wre rope and wire strand: 615400 Bank vaults, doors, and interior
010 W rope and cable, except equment ...................... .......... 6,279 350,655
Insulated................L. 5,915,587 1,260,619 6,562,821 613500 Other office and store furniS WLr strand.............. Lb. 48,107 15,998 52,449 ture, fixtures, and parts...... .......... 14,012 46,784
0 electric welding rods and 615800 Metal beds and bed springs.. .No. 9,425 89,278 591,051
w ire........................Lb. 5,872,7 257,959 4,020,85 815700 Other mtal furniture and parts,
Other iron and steel wire and (whether or not upholstered)............. 25,142 104,082
manuaotures Cooking and heating stoves, except
00 Balm ties.................Lb 2,050.115 77,594 2,050,117 electric:
80 Welding rods and wire of 613900 Coal and wood cocking and roomiron or steel, xept heating stoves..............No. 806 20,028 182,686
electric a...............Lb. 256,794 25,942 249,512 614300 Gas stoves, ranges, and room
60100 Coated wire, iron and steel, and water heaters...........No. 5,798 15,541 681,244
n.e.....................I. 779,50 1357,408 848,694 614400 Kerosene cooking stoves......No. 10,594 75,3625 525,564
0819 Otr wire ad 614500 Kerosene room and water
anufactures........... b 1,216,884 217,121 1,288,894 heaters.....................No. 4,688 4,265 211,588
wails and bolts (iron and stel) 614600 Gasoline stoves and room and
(exept railroad) water heaters...............N o. 444 5,726 18,404
= Wre nails..................Lb. 6,587,158 292,426 7,061,740 614700 Parts of gas, kerosene, and
0 Horeshoe nalls............. Lb. 1,770 35,205 259,592 gasoline stoves and heaters.... .......... 43,841 104,741
0400 Taks (except thumbtacks).... Lb. 52,97 47,6M54 364,515 Central heating equipment:
6005 Other nails a4d staples......Lb. 1,050,58 88,795 1,126,8650 614800 House-heating boilers and
600000 Bolts, mnchine screws, huts, war-sair furnaces...........No. 92 11.582 106,409
rivets, and waers (except 614900 House-heating radiators...Sq.ft. 58,657 19,277 264,552
railroad) ..................Lb. 7,122,770 954,192 7,566,868 615000 Domestic conversion oil
Castings and forgings, iron and burners and oil-fired
steel: boilers....................No. 256 16,577 37,443
610000 Ingot casting molds.........Lb. 6,144,450 117,55 6,145,450 615100 Industrial conversion oil
810100 Grey-iron castings...... 4Lb. 2,899,069 246,782 2,955,160 burners and oil-fired
6=0O Mallabl-irn casting ......I. 874,155 113,585 891,58 boilers....................No. 280 61,027 105,539
Steel castings 615220 Domestic and industrial oil
$1OIO COntaining no alloy........b. 1,425,815 19,249 1,428,911 burner parts ............................. 54,233 59,954
1490 Alloy steel (tainless 615280 Other domestic cooking or heating
included).................Lb. 446,05 9,02 449,117 equipment, and parts ............. .......... 85,171 559,591
Railway car wheels, tire, and Tools:
ales: 816500 Axes, broad and hand......... Dos. 3,090 59,995 175,50O
010515 Railwy car wheels, except 615420 Mack-saw blades, handloaotive.............b. 5,70,907 117,805 5,3.705,105 operated................. Gross 24,283 108,340 180,098
10518 Railway car tires and loco- 015515 Circular diamond saws........No. 471 2,611 6850
motive car wheels ........b. 6,924,27 424,164 6,925,989 815517 Circular saws, not metal-cuting
0525 Railway car axles, without except diamond.............No. 4,646 92,517 53,151
wheels, except locomo- 615520 Steel band, pit drag, and mill
tive......................Lb. 2,565,447 116,921 2,5853,4385 saws, woodworking ..........MNo. 5,556 60,492 77,832
610528 Railway locomotAive car axles, 81605 Diamond saws, except chcular.No .........................,.....
without wheels............ Lb. 181,450 10,413 181,706 615698 Crosscut, hand, back, and
I05 Railwsy car axles fitted other saws and parts, n.e. .............. 181,970 245,800
with wheels, except loco- 615710 Augers, bits, gimlets, gimlet
motive...................lb. 10,873,024 595,751 10,959,568 bits, and counter sinks, wood055th ailly ar axles, fitted working...................Dos. 5,526 20,255 11,969
with wheela, locomotive...Lb. 395,270 25,868 399,125 Files and rasps,
610500 Horsehoes and male shoes ....Lb. 4,615 464 4,971 815810 Under 7 inches in length..Dos. 105,121 126,167 218,707
Irom and steel forgings, 615850 7 inches and over in
n.e.a.: length...................Dos. 85,082 210,269 52,228
10700 Contining no alloy........Lb. 2,949,552 28,546 2,990,469 615900 Hay and manure forke ........Dos. 189 2,0 2 8,475
10800 .loy steel (stainless 616000 Hamers and hatchets........Dos. 9,954 69,256 251,955
included)................ Lb, 2,693,051 324,755 2,753,451 616100 Hand hoes, rakes, and forks,
n.e. ......................Dos. 6,165 335,846 194,021
IRN aD STEEL 616200 Shovels. spades, scoops and
MANUFACTURS drainage tools............Dos. 8,211 92,878 445,709
616500 Vises ........................No. 15,808 59,682 251,674
Cutlery: 616400 Automotive wrenches and parts............. 88,905 165,R96
411200 Raseors, safety, except 616500 Wrenches, and parts, n.e.s................ 294,116 479,271
electric ..................Dos. 17,123 24,992 13,328 616820 Hand-operated screw plates,
811300 Safey-rasor blades ....... C(100 228,228 220,679 118,450 bolt dies, tape, tap wrenches,
411400 Scissors, shears, and and parts...................... .......... 200,759 89,576
s nips, n.e.e ..............Dos. 7,756 41,651 25,665 616920 Hand-operated pipe stocks and
611500 Table cutlery, except dies, die stocks, dies,
spoons....................Dos. 11,748 29,711 18,404 bushings, and parts ............ .......... 179,290 19,719
61100 Butchersa' and kitchen knives, 617000 Hand-operated pipe cutters and
forks, cleavers, and other metal-cutting tools, and
eels .................kniv, e24 47,823 44,09 parts, n.e.s............................. .8,S79 181,278
knies, ept metal- 817200 Slip joint pliers ......... Dos. 2,432 7,084 14,215
Cutting.................... No. 11,88 47,918 48,854 617500 Other pliers, pincers, nippers,
611900 Other cutlery and pa'rts............... 179,9253 395,520 and splicing clamps ........Dos. 7,461 69,129 76,707
Hollo w ware: 617720 Hand drill and reamer operating
210 Tin and galvanized devices, bit braces, and parts .......... 6355,682 66,782
hollow ware................Lb. 405,496 57,182 417,168 617810 Hand-opprated planes, chisels,
0122 Tin cans, finished or gauges, and other cutting tool
unfinished.................. Lb. 2,548,795 285,504 2,701,649 and parts, except metal-cutti ......... T,876 101,400



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UNITED STATES RTS OP DOMESTIC ERCHAND :SE-APRIL, 194&-Continue

Camodity Camodity
ode No. Commodity description and unit Net value code No. Comodity description and unit Net Value
( of quantity quantity (dollars) (poand) (Sched- of quantity quantity dollarr)
ule B) ule B pu"

GROUP 6.--TALS AND MANU- ROUP 6.-METALS AND 1ANUFACTURES, EICEPT MACHINE FACTURES, EXCEPT MACHINERY
AND VIRICLES-Continued AND VIICLES--Continued
IRON AND STEEL
IBUFACTURS-Coatinued COPPER AND MANUFACTUR&SB

Tools-Continued 640100 Copper ore, concentrates, matte,
Other hand tools and parts, unrefined copper as blister,
n.e.s: converter copper, or anodes,
61690 Gauges, for use in measur- copper content .............C.Lb. 5,064 727
Ing and inspecting pre- 641200 Refined copper in cathodes,
cieion parts ..............No. 13,51su 75,518 13,007 billeted, ingots, bars, or
617891 Tools incorporating industrial other forms ................... Lb. 11,470,970 1,147,91 11,6,6
diamonds, n.e. ..........No. 1,664 8,098 1,065 641500 Old and scrap copper ........... Lb .......... ...........
617895 Mechante' had tools, 642200 Copper pipes and tubes ......... Lb. 981,775 695,21
and parts, n.e. ............. .......... 987,961 613,425 642500 Copper plates, sheets, and
817896 Tool grinders, emery wheel strips....................... Lb. 576,964 1087 705,
dressers .................. Lb 21,206 8,815 25,150 642400 Copper rods...................I. 517,690 55,01 35
617898 Other hand tools and parts............... 925,862 1,261,549 642500 Copper wire, bare ...........b.... 2,275,224 55,459 47040
Hardware Insulkted copper wire and cables
617900 Padlocks, iron, steel, brass, 643000 Rubber-covered wire..........Lb 856,31 224,148 96
and bronze .................Dos. 49,945 965,6659 156,252 645100 Weatherproof wire............ Lb. 559,010 76,5 40,2
618000 Door locks and lock sets of 645500 Other insulated copper
iron, steel, brass, and wire........................Lb. 12,202,877 3,45,9 14,91,4
bronse....................Doz. 5,509 67,406 115,471 Copper munitions:
618200 Cabinet and other locks of iron, 643911 Rotating hands for
steel, brass, and bronze .. .Dos. 54,570 53,496 62,640 shells....................Lb ................... .............
61820( Hinges and butts, iron or 6453919 Other......................Lb. 22 169
steel...................Doz.pr. 115,809 137,744 675,638 645998 Copper manufactures, n.e.s................ 85,89 16
618500 Other builders't hardware.................. 112,207 578,474
618450 Furniture casters......................... 25,892 69,265 ASS AND BRONZE MANUFACTURES
618490 Other furniture hardware, iron
and steel ................................ 7,647 21,554 644000 Brass and bronze scrap
616500 Saddlery and harness hardware, and old....................... Lb .......... .......... ............
iron and steel........................... 86,733 109,400 644100 Brass and bronze ingots........Lb. 1,615,777 213.165 1,68,3
618600 Car and marine hardware................... 85,011 417,533 644601 Brass and bronze bars, rods, and
618800 Hardware, n.e. ............................ 201,698 680,100 unfinished shafting...........Lb. 417,853 79,871 46
618900 Seeing-machine needles........... 6,460 124,274 9,988 64460 Brass and bronze blanks ........Lb. 606,385 117,576 5
619000 Needles, n.e.s ..................U 5,898 74,979 5,636 645000 Brass and bronze plates, sheets,
619100 Sprocket and other power and strip ................... Lb. 8,564,3 1,548,235 8, ,5
transmission chains, iron 645500 Brass and bronze pipes and
and steel....................Lb. 516,902 92,844 332,052 tubes......................... Lb 865,789 112,64 42,4
619200 Chains, iron and steel, n.e.e..Lb. 1,911,650 268,767 1,945,432 645430 Brass and bronze pipe
Automatic scales, except fittings .................... Lb. 79,116 50,04 ,4
coin-operated: 645600 Plumbers' brass goods..........Lb. 58,54 51,539
619510 Bathroom ................... No. 26 507 889 646700 Wire, bare and insulated,
619590 Other......................No. 1,596 39,221 78,660 brass or brone ...............Lb. 232,736 75,96 S,41
619700 Precision scales, laboratory 645800 Brass wood screws.........Gross 17,255 11,06 194
balances and weights..........No. 2,112 16,576 10,027 646800 Hinges and butts, brass or
619600 Scales and balances, n.e.s.....No. 2,971 76,511 563,514 bronze...................Doz.pr. 1,951 2,825 2
620000 Wood screws, iron or 646900 Hardware, brass or bronze, n.e.s............ 25,405 279
steel only ............... Gross 1,505,8568 257,801 1,134,117 Other brass and bronze manuMetal drums and containers for factures:
oil, gas, other liquids and 647901 Brass and bronze die stocks,
solids: shims, bearings, and
620520 Filled...................... fb. 5,252,289 586,791 ............. bushings....................Lb. 187,746 71,410 170,
620640 Unfilled....................Lb. 5,885,496 218,901 5,884,444 647906 Brass and bronze fabrications
Other iron and steel manufactures: for munitions............... Lb. 225,7865 58,317
62090$ Fence posts, iron or steel...Lb. 21,918 3,155 21,966 647906 Brass and bronze structural
620907 Tool biti blanks, iron or shapes..................... Lb. 4,709 1,420 S
steel....................... Lb. 5,414 7,806 5,899 647911 Brass and bronze stamping ... Lb. 2,013 2,410 ,
620909 Unfabricated tie stock whether 647913 Brass and bronze castings
or not sheared to lngth .... Lb. 7,735 352 7,755 and forginges .............. ..Lb. 45,945 22,751
620915 Lined steel tanks............Lb. 102,479 31,927 106,155 647919 Brass and bronze circles..... Lb. 4,845 1,391 45
620933 Carbonyl iron powder......... Lb. 11,800 14,870 12,561 647998 Brass and bronze manufactures,
620998 Iron and steel manufactures, n.e.s .......................... .......... 169,90 0,
n.e.s .......................... .......... 668,572 4,825,896
LEAD AND MANUFACTURES
FIRRO-AI.IDES
650406 Lead ore, matte, and base
O621505 Ferromanganese.................Lb. 65,515 7,717 65,095 bullion.............. ......... Lb .........................
621505 Spiegelsisen ................. Lb .......... .......... ............. 650700 Lead pigs and bars............ Lb. 520,182 20,505
622050 Ferrochrome ................... Lb. 17,278 1,691 18,943 650800 Lead sheets and pipes..........Lb. 69,470 6,347 75,
Other terro-alloys: 651200 Lead solder.................... Lb. 100,662 29,96 1104
622065 Ferromolybdenum,.............. Lb. .................. ......Other lead manufacturers:
622067 FerrovanadiVan,...............Lb. 40,168 55,424 41,852 651505 Type metal, antimnonial lead..Lb. 107,564 14,170 1.
622090 Ferrophosphorous.............Lb. 6,160 564 6,314 681520 Anodes .......................b .......... .......... ............
622092 Ferrosilican.................Lb. 86,285 4,415 89,299 651550 Foil, lead, and
622095 Fer'otitanium and ferrocarbon- lead-tin foil ............... Lb. 55,128 23,809560
titanium.................... Lb. 302,600 22,402 507,222 651557 Plate, or battery plate,
622096 Ferrotungsten................Lb. 135,200 212,550 157,800 nt assembled as complete
822096 Other terro-alloys...........Lb 74,185 13,120 77,881 battery units ............. Lb. 2,93 5893,5
651598 Lead manufactures, n.e.s ........ ........... ,074 20,5
ALUIDIUM AND MANUFACTURES
NICKEL AND MANUFACTURES
Aluminum, aluminum alloys
(including duralum n)s 654501 Nickel ore, concentrates, and
629000 Bauxite and other aluminum matte .........................Lb. ................... .........
ores.....................L.ton 10,415 151,792 25,559,514 654505 Nickel alloys, and scrap contain629500 Bauxite concentrates ing nickel, except nickel
(including alumina).......L.ton 4,524 271,357 9,69,6557 silver........................Lb. 33552,705 72,906 577
650000 Aluminum and alloys in ingots, 654509 Nickel metal in ingots, bars,
slabs, or other crude forms.Lb, 3559,747 60,514 640,675 grainse, rods, sheets, strip,
650100 Aluminum scrap............... Lb. 111,859 6,974 111,869 shot, plates, and other
650601 Sheets, plates and strips .... Lb, 566,668 574,549 630,075 forms.........................Lb. 53,240 28,139 558
630505 Rods and bars................ Lb. 15,810 6,155 17,568 6854998 Nickel manufactures, n.e.a.................. 27,472
650400 Aluminum foil and leaf .......Lb. 455,920 3S9,711 550,067
650500 Tubes, moldings, castings, TIN AND MANUFACTURES
and other shapes............Lb. 105,756 74,271 116,516
610700 Table, kitchen, and hospital 656502 Tin tubes......................Lb. 53,10 2,258 ,5
utensils .................... Lb. 5,426 4,167 4,065 656503 Tin foil.......................Lb. 145 102
630650 Aluminum or aluminum-bronze 66507 Tin metal in ingots, pigs, bars,
powders and pastes, aluminum blocks, slabs, and other
content.....................Lb. 24,209 15,482 28,578 forms........................Lb. 125,305 69,017 1283
650998 Aluminum and aluminum alloy 656505 Tin scrap and waste............ Lb. 750,609 38,615 777,
manufactures, n.e.s ...................... 68,951 93,761 656598 Other tJin and manufacture ........ .......... 1,552 67



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oamedity Sip Comdity Shipping
ode o. Comodity description and unit Net Value Shpig code No. Commodity description and unit Net Value Wi
(Sohed- of quantity quantity (dollars) we (Sched- of quantity quantity (dollars) (pous)
ula B) ule B)n

GROUP 6.--METAIS AND MANU- GROUP 6.-ETALS AND MANUFACTURM, EXCEPT MACHINERY FACTURES, EXCEPT MACHINERY
AND VICIZ.--Cantinued AND VEHICLES--Continued

ZINC AND MANUFACTURES PRECIOUS MEAIS. AND PIATED WARE,
EXCEPT JEIRY, PRECIOUS METALS
857000- FOR DENTISTRY, GOLD AND SILVR 67198 Zinc 1........................... 161,315 14,513 1,728 IN ORE, BULLIN, AND COIN
Rolled in sheets and strips:
657205 Photoengraving sheets...... La. 159,400 22,748 148,665 Platinum and allied metals:
6570 Sheets, n.e.s., and 692000 Platinum ore and
strips....................L b. 625,753 78,814 66,85 concentrates .................Toz. ......... ........... ............
Zinc in other forms, n.e.a.: Ingota, sheets, wire, alloys,
657505 Zinc alloys, except and scrap
brass or bronze...............Lb. 12,1533 3 ,848 15,055 69220 Platinum bars, ingots, sheets,
65. Zinc die castings............Lb. 43,259 12,896 47,142 wire, sponge, and other
8 9 Other foms, n.e .s..........Lb. 516,000 31,110 516,56 forms................... T.o. 84 53,459 92
658600 Zinc dust......................T 38,66 4,836 41,776 692209 Palladium, rhodium, iridium,
Other sinc manufactures, contain- oamiridium, ruthenium,
Ing 20 per cent, or more zine- and oamium metal, and
6589 Battery shells and parts, alloys..................T.oz. 118 3,489 45
unassembled ..................Lb. 8,099 1,707 8,171 Manufactures, except jewelry:
6505 Photoongraving plates, 692905 Platinum manufactures... .T.oz. 383 26,197 87
unfinished..............Lb. 28,543 8,315 31,053 692998 Platinum allied metal
68 a7 Wre......................... Lb. 39,450 10,818 44,110 manufactures ............T.os. 47 23,828 40
65 Zinc manufactures, n.e.s........ ........... 19,360 32,430 Sterling and other solid silver
manufactures, n.e.a.:
OTiER NFEROUS ORES, METALS, 695500 Knives, forks, and steak sets ... .......... 11,66 2,02
ALLYS, EXCEPT PRECIOUS 695600 Other........................... .......... 2,811 ,058
Silver plated manufactures,
N61000 Nickel silver, or German silver, n.e.s.:
erude, scrap, or in bars, rods, 695000 Knives, forks, and steak sets... .......... 30,623 17,694
or sheet....................b. 59,06 13,0. 61,929 695900 Other........................... .......... 25,750 15,719
]62000 Babbitt metal.................. b. 63514 26,238 67,89 699700 Gold manufactures, n.e.s. (gold3000 Nickel-chro electric plated included)................. .......... 15,800 532
resistance wire...............Lb. 124,405 189,15 147,818
600 Quicksilver or mercury.........Lb. 2,300 ,81 35,56 GROUP 7.-4CIN AND VEHICIES. .......... 399,418,744 729,022,229
a6560 Molybdenum ore and
concentrate................. .Lb. 150, 3 120,33 299,050 ELECRICAL MACHINERY AND APPARATUS
W5601 Molybdenum ore and concentratesquantity only................ Lb. 291,500 .......... ......*....... Generators:
6700 Vanadium ore and concentrateaC.Lb. ................................. 700000 Direct current generators .... No. 6 474,209 87,741
5701 Vanadium ore and concentrates- 700100 Alternating current
quantity only.................Lb. .......... .......... ............. generators.................No. 664 59,870 4,419
66300 Magnesium metal in primary 700605 Steam turbine generator setsfom e..........................Lb. 80,000 15,947 80,000 3/4 and under 500
05.900 Tungsten metal, stellite wire, kilowatt ...................No. 8 60,358 50,0
shapes, and alloys ............Lb 21,973 199,815 25,373 700698 Under /4 kilowatt...........No. 81 10,887 15,551
Ores and concentrates, n.e.. 700800 500 kilowatts and over....... No. 15 98,114 2,194,2 6
650 Antimony...................... 11,944 2,038 12,2947 700900 Accessories and parts for
Beryllium....................Lb 24 1,132 24 generators, n.e.s................ .......... 187,090 343,578
64510 Bineth matte, slines, raesi- Welding sets:
dues, and base bullion......Lb. ................................. 701010 Motor-generator type.........No. 611 348,822 1,076.207
66516 Cadmium dross, flue dust, 701020 Non-rotating type........... No. 451 14S,765 288,26
residues, and scrap.........Lb. 187,460 15,482 187,460 701105 Electrical generating sets powered
66 0 Chromium or, chramite.........Lb. 2,054 66 2,054 by Diesal engines, (assembledgr
6 B525 Cobalt........................I. .......... .......... ............. unassembled) ..................6o0464 4,661,643 8,141,251
66450 Colbima or niobium.b......... .. ........ ............. 701198 Self-contained lighting outfits,
6640 Manganese ores and concentrates, n.e.a........................No. 2,152 64,178 1,066,875
containing 3s percent or more 701200 Wind-driven generators.........No. 1,22 46,435 139,328
0man ganese.................Lb. 733,00 24,067 740,608 Batteries:
664660 Tantalum .................Lb. ................................ .701300 6 and 12 volt storage
6570 Titanium, ilmenite, and batteries...................No. 98,727 1,190,94 2,774,246
rutile..................... b. 105,000 9,118 10,20 701400 Other storage batteries.....Cell 28,782 319,780 75,240
668460 Tungsten............ ...Lb................................. 701500 No. 6 dry-ell batteries.....No. 5,800 15,631 151,274
8456 Zirconium...................b 22,000 750 22,210 701600 Flashlight batteries ..... Cell 2,5642,698 11,107 547,083
0698 Other ores and concentrates. 701700 Batteries, dry, multiple cell,
n.e.a. ..................... Lb. .......... .......... ............. except flashlight.........Cell 1,385,120 51,009 53,851
Metals and alloys in primary 701800 Other dry and wet cell
forms, n.e.a.: primary batteries...........No. 625,996 483,697 1,287,478
66901 Antimony...................Lb 12,083 2,024 12,96& 701900 Capacitors, 1/2 tcilovolt ampere
6490 Beryllium metals, alloys, and and over..................... No. 1,054 21,375 17,451
acrap..................b. 16,787 12,99 18,321 Transforming or converting
66910 aLamueth metals and alloys. .Lb. 11 153 167 apparatus:
66915 Cadmium metals............Lb 137 130 228 702100 Power transformers, over 500
664917 Cadmium alloys....................... ............ ............. kilovolt amperes............No. 52 123,261 05,580
498 Cerium metals and alloys...Lb. 6,000 18,660 6,670 702200 Distribution transformers, 500
60920 Chromium metal, anodes, kilovolt amperes and under..No. 696 189,422 624,582
amium bearing alloys, and 70200 Instrument transformers.....No. 357 12,210 26,7935
s crap..................... 225 1 25 702400 Other transformers........... No. 4,642 168,181 426,598
696 Cbalt metal alloys, and 702600 Mercury power rectifiers.....No. 11 1,989 ,412
cobalt-bearing scrap Rotating converters:
metal....................Lb. ................................. 702710 Under 300 kilowatt .........No. 1,10 656,30 759,49
66930 Columbium metal and alloys. 2 73 17 702720 300 kilowatts and over.....No. 2 38,881 802,5338
684940 Manganese metal and alloys.Lb. 702 10 794 70200 Complete battery chargers,
664945 Molybdenum metal, alloys, nonrotating.................No. 8,388 46,650 56,226
and scrap.................Lb. 1,981 4,620 2,081 Transmission and distribution
664950 Radium metal, radium apparatus:
content...................Mg .......... ....................... 703000 Feeder voltage regulators.....No 898 19,642 16,20
664960 Tantalum metal and alloys..Lb. 14 674 17 705100 Switchboard panels and parts,
664990 Vanadium metal, alloys, and except telephone............... .......... 619,952 479,686
scrap.................... Lb. ................................. 708200 OL1 circuit breakers and
664996 Zirconium metals and switches....................No. 155 50,691 101,82
.alloys................Lb. 11,20 1,649 12,157 705300 Power switches, circuit breakers,
66998 Metals and alloys in primary and parts, over 10 aperes............... 23,172 407,529
forms, n.e.s............... 287,986 81,870 301,361 705405 Fuse plugs...................No. 235,381 8,926 15,481
66000 Plated ware, other than gold 705498 Other fuses..............No. 410,973 S4,709 28,512
or silver, except cutlery........ .......... 1,826 1,410 705500 Watt-hour and other measuring
867000 Type, except type metal........Lb. 14,270 10,800 18,340 meters......................o. 4,691 35,599 34,265
Metal and metal imposition 70320 Electric indicating
manufactures, n.e.a.: instruments..............No. 12,227 86,073 55,412
669101 Magnesium powder..........Lb. 402,000 140,277 447,072 703700 Electrical recording
69105 Magnesium metal in other forms. instruments................No. 1,261 107,012 51,176
n.e.s., and magnesium 703820 Electrical testing apparatus
ribbons.......... Lb 140,788 78,232 199,076 and parts, n.e.s............... .......... 1,087,708 350,619
869106 Molybdenum wire...........Lb 5,267 54,998 8,390 705900 Lightning arresters, shobe
6919 Metal and metal composion coils, reactors, and
manufactures, n.e.s ........... .......... 125,529 111,118 parts.......................... .......... 65,001 108,815




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UNITED STATE EXPORTS OF DOMESTIC ERCHMNISE-APRIL, W-Continued

Comodit aS conedity
code No. Cammodity description and unit Net Value code No. Comodity description and unit Net VALUE
(Sched. of quantity quantity (dollar.) ,g (Schad- of quantity quantity (dollars)
ule B) pons U1. B) (og

GROUP 7.- ND T AD GROUP 7.---ACRIEERT AND
V C -Cntinued VICLES-Continued
ElCTRICAL MACHINERY AND ELECTRIC MACHINERY AND
APARATUS-Catinned APPARATUS--Cntinued

Motors, starters, and controllers Signal and communication
70000 Motors, 1/3 horsepower and deviou-Continued
under.. ....................No. 6,7A8 106,496 182,517 708900 Bell, bussers, annunciators,
701100 Motors, over 1/5 and under 1 alarms, and part............... .......... 45165 46,0
bbra.................. No. 1,768 45,504 111,472 other electrical appuratust
Stationary motors 709200 Starting, lighting, and ignition
704200 1 to Z00 horsepower ........Mo. 4,468 966,898 2,522,459 equient, except spark puge. .......... 467.5 Maig
70MO Over 200 horsepoer........No. 18 123,867 2685,47 709500 Insulating material, n.sea. ... 506,595 16880 SMS,2
706400 Railway motors ...............No. 2 150 300 Rigid mtal conduit
704600 Electric locootivee, rail- 709615 Of iron or steel...........IA. 5,672,526 806,711 5,8mo0
my, mining, and industrial.No. 12 48,268 136,540 700418 Other ......................L. 107,181 8,870 20,0
70S706 Station, warshouse, and factory 709490 Other metal conduit, outlet,
trucks, powered by electric and switch boxes............... .......... 127.74 GM
storage battery, whether or 709600 Sockets, outlets, fuse blocks,
not containing conveying, lighting switcbes and part.,
lifting, stacking or similar n.e.a..... ............... .......... 59575 4004a
accessory devices........No. 57 148,500 280,061 Electric interior lighting
701798 Electric indutrial trucks fixtures and partat
and tractors, n.e.a.........No. 8s 515,510 495,745 709601 Fluorescent................... .......... 107.418 2589
70400 Starting and controlling 709696 All types, except fluoresnt. ......... 95,04 2M,81
equipment, for industrial 709700 Electric exterior lighting
motors and parts............... .......... 405,140 66,766 fixtures and parts............. .......... 26,861 56,51
706900 Starting and controlling 70900 Other wiring supplies and line
equipoUbt for electric rail- material..: .......... 250,68 1,81
way and vehicle motors, and 700910 Electric raers...........go. 62 66 N
parts.......................... .......... 45,850 46,542 709996 Electric hair-waving machines
706500 Accessories and parts for motors. ........... 182,810 306,620 (all kinds).................No. 18 2,750 1"9
Portable electric tools 709998 Electric apparatus and parts,
705606 Power-driven, metal-working..No. 3,19 136,634 113,415 n.e......................... .......... 1,99,840 2,864,8
706696 Other........................No. 1.566 61,755 42,131
70570D Electric household refriger- GINES, TUES AND PARTS. LE.S
ators.....................No. P49 13,743 56,352
70500 Electric commercial refriger- Power-generating machinery, except
ators, up to 1 ton.........No. 650 106,491 272,107 electric and automotive:
705900 Parts for electric refrigerators.. .......... 150,858 249,444 Steam engines, boilers, and
706000 Flashlight cases..............No. 86,364 51,058 42,137 acessorisc:
708100 Electric tans..............No. 615 9,406 11,8539 711100 Stationary, except
Electric incandescent lampas turbines..................No. 6 4,832 85M
70606 Smal filament lamps (bulbs), 7.1300 Mechanical-drive turbines..No. 22 40,800 8A,@
miniature and candelabra 711400 Icotives................No. 159 11,462,9M 59825,81
base........................No 1,772,591 124,149 87,604 71U00 Locomotive parts and
7066 Large filament lamps (bulbs), accessories.................. .......... N,170 4,430,01
medinas sorew, mogul bi- 712000 Frames, cradles, bolsters or
post bayonet, and other beds of iron or steel for
large bass lamps)...........No. 2,622,565 455,310 5568,a1 locomotives and other
706501 Fluoreecent tube lamps.......No. 500,672 179,9l14 504,182 railway rolling stock........ .......... 67,506 407.u1
706655 Vapor and non-filament lamps, 712900 Other steam engines, and parts .......... 44112 88,51
n.e.a.......................No. 202,907 57,501 56,184 711200 Steam boilers, firesp
706600 Searchlights and airport tube...................Sq.ft. 2,511 88.3 7I21
beacons......................No. 222 572,669 386,575 713300 Steam boilers, water
708700 Floodlights....................No. 237 5,065 6,945 tube...................Sq.ft. 29,259 6,741 518,762
706610 Electric household washing 715500 Condensers, heaters,
maobine ....................No. 8 504 1,543 accessories and parts........ .......... 446,68 1,06Z.26
700065 Electric household washing 715900 Steam specialties, and parts.. .......... 1,690,5.81 7206,41
machine jirte................... .......... 5,848 9,612 Internal-cabustion engines.
706910 Electric domestic vacuum locomotives:
cleaners,....................No. 225 8,9 6,594 714000 Geasoline, carburetor
706950 Electric domestic vacuum type....................o. 1 3,750 26.0m
cleaner parts.................... .......... 7,685 7,826 714100 Diesel and Dieel707000 Other domestic motor-driven electric, injection
devices, n.e.a., except tyPe....................No. 9 179,059 44,@
tools .........................No. 95 3,689 6,054 Other-707100 Electric flatirons.............No. 2,778 11,062 20,354 Gaeoline, kcrooae, etc.
707200 Electric cooking ranges, carburetor type:
domestic..................No. 171 12,330 45,276 714500 Not over 10 borsepower.No. 2,146 145,267 40,M
707805 Electric coffee percolators, 114400 Over 10 horsepower...No. 327 175,613 4731
toasters, and waffle irons.... No. 15 365 214 Diesel and semi-Diesel,
707598 Electric domestic beating or Heselman, etc., injection
cooking devices, utensils, type:
and parts, n.e.a................. .......... 99,358 216,792 Marine707410 Electric industrial melting and 714500 Not over 200
refining furnaces and parts...... .......... 434,236 651,907 horpepower..........No. 170 613,82 1,05.416
707420 Seat treating furnaces and parts.. .......... 1688,196 455,868 714600 Over 200 horsepower.No. 97 1,03606v 1,81,1i
707490 Electric industrial, heating Stationary and portable:
devices, and parts, n.e.c........ .......... 52,597 85,108 714700 Not over 200
707510 X-ray tubes....................No. 1,175 190,866 37,875 horsepower..........No. 277 596,217 870,0
707550 Other X-ray apparatus and 714800 Over 200 horeepower..No. 27 248,96 621 C"
parts........................... .......... 400,452 549,961 715900 Engine accessories and parts.. .......... 3.251,364 5,4883
707590 Electric therapeutic apparatus 716500 Water wheels, water turbines, and
and parts, n.es.................. .......... 73,294 48,457 parts............................ .......... 77,064 1m;6S
Signal and camunication devices, 719900 Power-generating machinery, and
Radio apparatus except aircraft part, except electric and
and military tank, automotive, n.e.a................ .......... 2,567
707612 Radio transmitting tubes.. .No. 35,519 361,180 94,447
707618 Radio transmitting apparatus CONSTRUCTION AND CONVEYING
and parts, except tubes...... .......... 6,592,064 2,442,196 MACHINEEI
707700 Radio receiving sets.......No. 1,619 275,055 107,890
707800 Radio receiving tubes......No. 848,868 482,655 154,356 Construction equipment and parts
Receiving-set componentat 720100 Excavators (power shovel
707902 Capacitors (condensers)..No 691,451 190,767 82,125 included)...............No. 28 598,6532 2.810.13
707904 Resistors.............No. 246,912 41,136 23,630 720200 Excavator parts, and accessories ........... 769,19 2.89.8
707907 Inductors................No. 14,001 16,297 19,499 720600 Dredging machinery, and parts... .......... 574,895 2,379.2"
707918 Other....................... .......... 67,560 354,996 721500 Concrete mixers.............No. 95 95,887 41812
706000 Loudspeakers..........No. 22,028 47,509 6&,241 722000 Road rollers..............No. 59 150,328 1.0518
708100 Other radio receiving-set 722200 Self-propelled graders.......No. 55 922,060 1, 53
accessories................ ........... 454,128 19692 722300 pull or push type graders.....No. 17 27,805 15p9
708200 Telegraph apparatus and parts... ........... 846,760 444.907 722400 Other graders.............No. 9 15,454 87,M
Telephone apparatus: 722600 Scrapers, self-loading. No. 99 442,332 1,8781
706800 Telephone instruments......No. 10,529 587,200 207,933 722700 Bulldozers, angle dozer,
706700 Other telephone equipment trail builders, brush cutters
and parts............................. 1,045,448 548,524 and similar equipmnent.......No. 155 207,735 805M



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"Cemodit COEuyShipping CooiyShippin
Coodity description and unit Net Value code NO. Comodity description and unit Net Value
( of quantity quantity (dollars) s) (Sd of quantity quantity (dollars)
ul, ) ,, B)


GROUP 7-.M HINERY AND GRCUP 7.--MACHINRY AND
VERICILS-Continued VEICIES--Ccntinued
CNSTRUCTIOUAND CONVEYING MEALMORKING MACHINMACHIgMRI-Coatinued EYT-.Continued

Construction equipment and Power-driven metal working
partsl-Continued machine tools (nonportable)
7 0Other road machinery and part .. ....... 894,139 2,575,740 and parts-Continued
721 Construction equipment, 744305 Gear tooth-grinding machines.No. 1 1,450 14,820
and parts, n.e.a ......................... 150,747 580,318 744505 Hoing and lapping machines,
Conveying equipment, and parts except gear ................. o. 2 12,578 18,00
754 Cr ms with swinging bocs....No. 116 2,057,418 8,447,396 744306 Thread grinding machines ..... No. .......... .......... .............
72500 Other cranes ................. o. 1 1,165,212 4,297,557 74408 Mtal-grinding machines,
100 Hoits and winches, n.e. ....go. 1,4 4586,8649 960,644 n.e. ....................... No. 525 S0,308 527.669
P200 Derricks, except mining ...... o. 12 8,800 S,2 55 744809 Metal-griding machine parts.... .......... 12t,5s1 10,359
6O Ilevators, and parts ............ ........ 184,438 440,953 744515 Horisontal boring, drills and
900 Conveyors, bucket, chain, or milling machines ............No. 54 10,702 1,15450
belt ........................ No. 190 74,27 252,415 744315 Broaching machines, all
a 0Other cenveying equipment, types...................... o. 10 61,496 127,010
and parts ...................... .......... 9e,37 53.611,815 744517 Gear honing and lapping
machines, and gear finishing
M~MI, I. L, AND PUMPING machines, n.e. .............M o. 5 44,7960 44,155
MAILIM 744519 Poer-driven metal-working
machine tools, no.s........No. 651 425,8 1 4M,487
MnIg and quarr7ing machineryt Parts, accessories, and
50 Coal outere .................Mo. 14 58,0561 113,05 equipment for power-driven
75110 R Book drills ..................Mo. 679 245,656 597,68 machine.toole, n.e.s.%
1500 Mine holsts and derricks.... .No. 56 200,720 754,189 744571 Chucke for machine tools...o. 26,580 307,82 259,857
710 Grinding mill, classifiers, 744381 Metal-cutting tools, for
and equipment........................... 151,20 1,2,1154 machine operation, not
19 Ore and rook crushing and incorporating industrial
sorting machinery and parts .............. 586,4GL 1,579,581 diamonds.................No. 1,770,415 2 15,114 20,45
3100 Concentrating and melting 744583 Fixtures and devices for metal
machinery and parts...................... 114,801 519,796 cutting tools suitable for
T900 Other mining and quarrying use in power-driven tools.... .......... 251,85 6 ,900
machinery and parts...................... 1.20,065 3 ,746,114 744898 Other .................................. 367,272 S7,234
Well and refining machinery: Power-driven metal-working
754200 Petroleum and gas well-drilling machinery, and parts:
apparatus and parts............ .......... 1,374,679 3,285,295 Sheet and plate metal-working
75900 Other petrolsu well and machines and parts:
refining machinery and parts ... ......... 1,128,729 4,285,887 744405 Stamping, forming, punching,
76000 Other well-drilling apparatus shearing, trimidng, corrugatand parts................................ 71,3( 539,114 ng, seaming, bending, ete.,
Pumping equipment: machines and parts..................... 645,518I 1,IS5,5
75500 Centrifugal pumps ...........No. 1,015 569,660 1,352,549 744498 Other ........................ .......... 109,400 18,97
500 Rotary pumps .................No. 324 468,470 65,011 Other power-driven metal75700 Deep well turbine pumps ...... No. 152 265,500 876.278 working machinery and parts:
75 Reciprocating steam pumps... No. 117 40,084 114,592 744700 Forging machinery and parts............. 1,2134,168 4,84,65U9
786100 Other reciprocating power 744800 Rolling-mill machinery, and
pumps......................No. 589 89,846 241,049 parts ................................. 2,599,026 10,266,186
76600 Had and iAndmill pumps......No. 1,188 14,693 62,201 745000 Molding machines.........o. 54 52,459 96,068
75600 Self-contained household 745100 Blast cleaning and tumbling
water system... .......... Mo. 985 38,535 115,984 machines.................. No. 11 2,256 9,502
756900 Pumps and parts, n.e.s .......... ........ 858,040 2,095,704 745296 Foundry equipment and parts
n.e.................................. 268,218 995,462
TIK1D MACHIMERI 745501 Balancing machines, for
balancing metal parts
Power-driven metal working machine statically or dynamically
tool (nonportahble) and parts: or both................... Mo. 28 1,619 1,794
40005 Engine lathes (tool room 745505 Dimond dies for powmer-driven
lathes included)...........No. 353 82,245 1,578,734 metal-working machinery...Mo. 554 8,660 69
4000 Bench type and light duty 745505 Die casting equipment......... .......... 155,287 288,528
(less than me horsepower) 745 o09 Wr drawing machinery
lathes .....................No. 22 76,177 159,264 and parts.............................. 92,011 402,3121
Turret lathes: 745598 Other powredriven metal16805 Vertical turret lathes.....No. 27 271. 695 529,287 working machinery and parts.. .......... 196,147 255,755
O am and saddle type turret Other mtal-working machinery
lathes ....................No. 48 278,434 528 ,44 745700 Pneaatic portable tools..... o. 2,4 181,74 61,18
0506 Automatic chucking and between 746806 Welding torch sets and parts.............. 546,709 419,885
center lathes ..............No. 6 105,565 180,025 745898 Other portable and hand or foot
4007 Polishing, buffing, and operated metal-working machines
burnishing lathes (speed and parts................................ 258,152 228,00
lathes), centering, spinning 748512 Metal alloy slugs containing
and cutting-off lathes......Mo. 54 82,501 145,789 diamonds................No. 1 12 1
740509 Artillery, munition and boring
lathes, and other lathes, TEXTILI, SM G, AND
n.e.s ...................... No. 45 445,460 1,573,098 SHON MA IMY
74D07 Vertical boring and turning
m lls..................... No. 25 947,426 2,696,784 Textile machinery:
480400 Precision boring machines, jig 750000 Full-fashioned hosiery
boring and grinding and boring knitting machines, powermalchines, n.e.a ............. No. 40 492,252 585,471 driven....................o. 2 1,717 7,640
74C605 Tapping and threading 750100 Circular hosiery knitting
machines.................... No. 70 80,150 132,435 machines, power-driven...No. 15 8,075 11,29
740609 Automatic screw machines, 750200 Other circular knitting
single and multi-spindle (bar) Oashines....................NO. .......... .......... .............
types......................No. 50 129,288 150,700 750400 Other knitting machines and
70400 Enee and column type milling parts.................................... 865,677 119e588
machine ................... No. 84 572,092 686,989 750500 Windes and parts ......................... 91,156 2a,115
7408600 Other milling machines.......No. 143 900,064 1,085,499 Carding and other preparing,
741100 Gear cutting machines........o. 9 502,426 590,542 spinning and twisting
4200 Drilling machines, sensitive, machinery and parts:
Upright and gang except bench 750600 ,Cotton ....................... .......... 186,660 650,768
type........................o. 145 148,050 224,799 750700 ool.................................... 39,995 209,824
2100 Radial drilling machines.....No. 45 480,1768 1,099,06 750800 Other, including silk200 Other drilling machines......o. 427 406,540 365,690 throwing machinery and
74200 Planers ...................... No. 31 885,973 2,520,525 parts.................................. 72,928 206,469
742700 Shapers, except gear shapers.No. 54 176,189 515,668 Loomans and parts:
4600 Surface grinding machines... .No. 48 225,521 5366,99 751500 Cotton looms...............No. 86 15,54 162.240
74000 External cylindrical grinding 751600 Other looms................ No. 95 42,475 299,695
machines, except universal..No. 75 497,163 750,470 751700 Parts of looms .......................... 189,998 494,839
710 Internal grinding machines...No. 26 2.8,581 229,414 754000 Braiding and insulating
7205 Tool and cutter grinding machines and parts....................... 14,529 22,142
machines, including universal 754200 Bensing, warping, and Slashing
tool and cutter grinders .... No. 156 222,275 262,585 machinery and parts ..................... 4,564 17,786
7207 External cylindrical universal 754400 Dyeing and finishing machines
grinding machines .......... No. 26 159,451 242,510 and parts ...................... .......... 58,469 211,668







UNITED STATES EXPORTS OF DOMESTIC MERCHANDISE-APRIL, 1945-Continued

C ditomodity code No. Camodity description and unit Net Value I;in code No. Camodity description and unit Net Value
(ched of quantity quantity (dollars) (Sched- of quantity quantity (dollar.)
ul1s B) (pounds)

*@Cm 7.-4CHINM AND GROUP .-MACHINERY AND
VHICLES-Continued V4ICLES-Continued
ETIi, 1ING, AND SHC OTHE INDUSTRIAL
MQCHINUY--Continued MACHINERY-Continued

Textile machinery-Continued Other industrial machinery and
754900 Other textile machinery and parts, n.e.s.:
part a......................... .......... 212,599 525,991 775006 Plastic molding machines and
Sewing machines and parts: presses ............. 14.506 30,
758510 Doamstic sewing machines .....No. 595 16,396 34,859 775012 Measuring machines for use
755107 Parts for domestic sewing in measuring or inspecting
machines ....................... .......... 14,202 5,500 precision parts for use in
755205 Factory or industrial sewing the metal-working inushatrisa.No. 215 2,31 9,397
machines ....................No. 2,166 257,891 299,650 Furnaces, industrial other
766207 Parts for factory or industrial than electric;
sewing machines ................ .......... 185,994 110,094 775022 Metal workin o.... 167,272 43
757500 Shoe machinery and parts, except 775025 Except metal working .................... 51,120 587
sewing machines .................. .......... 105,561 160,528 77509 Industrial machinery and
I M parts, n e. ................... .......... 5,984,27 8,97 ,0
OTHE JDIRA MACHINERY
OFFICE APPLIANCES
759000 Cigarette and cigar making and FIC PPL CS
other tobacco machinery and Accounting, bookkeeping, and
parts...................................... 27,761 41,651 calculating machines:
759200 Cream separators valued $50 or 775200 Non-descriptive or non-textover..........................No. 825 62,859 171,345 writing bookkeeping and ac759300 Other dairy equipment and counting machines, new......No 146 144,602 5,00
parts for commercial use ......... .......... 183,818 295,0 2 775300 Descriptive or text-writing
760000 Bakery machinery and parts........ ........... 115,179 292,522 bookkeeping and accounting
760600 Flour-mill and gristmill machines, new.............. No. 183 191,235 505
machinery and parts........................ 69,750 214,444 775600 Listing adding machines, new.No. 1,552 252,782 5,
760900 Rice-mill machinery and parts..... .......... 9,357 26,201 775700 Calculating machines,
Sugar-Laill machinery: non-listing, new............No. 1,140 3,015 79
761200 Cane mills...................NO. 209 22,282 189,016 775900 Card-punching, sorting, and
761900 Other sugar-mill machinery tabulating masohines, now... .No. 11 15,422 1025
and parts.................................. 405,832 1,799,811 7700 Other, including used and
762500 Paper and pulp mill machinery rebuilt.................... No. 626 17,295 750
and parts.................................. 222,671 1,210,660 776100 Parts for accounting, book762800 Paper-conveting machinery and keeping and calculating
parts...................................... 315,542 195,072 machines................................. 146,780 50,779
Woodworking machinery: 776207 Addressing machines............No 55 15,5 1.928
765100 Sawmill machinery and parts..... .........., 65,680 205,872 776218 Equipment, and parts, for v
765600 Planers, matchers, pointers, 4 addressing machines....................... 38,511 66,
and molders.................No. 139 28,029 81,181 776507 Duplicating machines, except
765800 Veneer machinery and parts...... .......... 46,985 195,905 lithograph offset type........No. 524 65,471 5,71
7635900 Other woodworking machinery 776509 Duplicating machines, lithograph
and parts................................. 167,606 415,34 offset type...................No 44 17,165 18,76
764100 Blowers and ventilating 778518 Parts for duplicating machines.............. .19,251,S
machinery and parts ........................ 245,619 517,187 Cash registers, and parts:
764200 Cannery machinery, and parts...... ........... 71,588 145,566 776400 New..........................No. 65 5,850 2
764400 Bottling, bottle-washing, and 776800 Used and rebuilt.............No 217 21,590 1,
bottle-labeling machinery and Parts........................... ......... 13,378 9,240
parts...................................... 85.692 174,786 Typewriters, and parts:
764500 Brewers' machinery, and parts..... .........., 65,955 113,552 777000 Standard, new...............No. 3,161 275,620 205
765000 Ice-making equipment and parts.... .......... 82,984 654,466 777200 Portable, new...............No. 102 2,607
Refrigerating equipment and 777410 Rebuilt......................No. 238 9,987 11,16
parts: 777490 Other, used.................No. 28 1,09 1,198
765200 Not over 1-ton capacity................... 202,309 404,696 777500 Parts........................... .......... 82,895 1206
765300 Over 1, not over 10 ton 777700 Staplers and staples (for office
capaci4 ................................. 164,889 516,781 use)....................................... 45,615 5,9
765400 Over 10 ton capacity .................... 55,209 181,167 777900 Other office appliances and
765700 Self-contained air-conditioning parts, n.e.s ............................... 157,705 78 4
units and parts............................ 1.1,487 10,172
765800 Air-conditioning equipment and PRINTING AND BOOKRINDING MACHINEtY
parts, n.e.sa ............................... 125,067 264,765
766100 Vegetable oil-mill machinery 779000 Typesetting machines...........No. 25 65,950 86,21
and parts .................................. 64,800 231,045 779100 Printing presses...............No. 80 52,478 26961
767100 Cotton gins, cotton presses .779500 Bookbinding machinery,
and parts.................................. 182,541 806,512 accessories, and parts.......... .......... 46,03 700
769100 Ball bearings and parts, 779500 Other printing and typesetting
except balls................................ 1,250,216 1,295,971 machinery, parts, and accessories .......... 184,724 271904
769200 Roller bearings and parts,
except rollers ............................. 711,728 1,052,981 AGRICULTEAL MACHIN
789300 Balls and rollers for bearings.... .......... 90,209 90,955 AND IMPIMENTS
Air compressors:
Stationary: 780000 Bee-keeping equipment....................... 2,950 26,43
770600 Capacity not over 25 cubic 70100 Cream separators, under $50....No. 824 20,618 50,394
feet......................No. 728 57,152 145,756 780200 Other dairy equipment for farm
770600 Capacity over 25 cubic ft..No. 189 750,620 1,550,966 use............................. ............ 155,455 27941
770600 Portable air compressor .....No. 122 575,500 768,849 780400 Incubators and brooders ........No. 181 6,921 4,6
771000 Meat and other food grinding and 780600 Poultry equipment, n.s. .................... 5,560 161
slicing power-driven Sprayers and dusters:
machines......................No. 421 25,489 99,613 780700 Hand sprayers for trees and
772000 Paint-spraying equipment and crops .......................No 4,901 21,677 590
parts...................................... 54,070 82,908 80800 Power sprayers for trees and
laundry machinery: crops......................No. 408 50,385 105,
773700 Power-driven machines for 780900 Small sprayers for garden and
commercial laundries........No. 81 21,515 52,119 household use, under $2.....No 104,096 21,282 78,512
7738600 Other laundry and dry- Lplements of cultivation:
cleaning equipment and parts... .........., 90,502 554,170 781000 Horse and power plows........No. 4,143 199,807 1,9"3
774020 Testing machines, for tension, 781400 Harrows......................No. 1,920 16,470 1,74,695
ductility, compression, hard- 781800 Cultivators, horse and
noes, torsion and flaw- power...................... No. 4,622 119,989 1,1216
testing.......................No. 86 20,341 14,008 782400 Planters, horse and power ....No. 756 40,517 128
774098 Industrial indicating, record- 782700 Drills and seeders, horse,
ing, or controlling instruments power and hand..............No. 55 85,087 769
and apparatus, n.e.s ............. .......... 451,426 266,080 785900 Other cultivating implements.No. 1,785 7,764 74,012
774100 Gas meters and parts.................... .... 14,043 27,965 Harvesting machinery:
774200 Water meters and parts ......................... 55,856 55,888 784100 Mowers, except lan mowers.. .No. 708 64,461 545,915
774430 Pipe valves with bodies of 784200 Lawn mowers, hand and power.. No. 64 1,020 498
iron and steel................No. 29,204 540,467 1,247,746 764400 Hayrakes and todders......... No. 737 54,985 5391'2
774470 Pipe valves with bodies of 784700 Grain harvesters and bindera.No. 215 54,531 48691
brass, bronze, or other non- 784900 Combines or reaper threshers.No. 544 419,760 2,55,39
ferrous metals................No. 82,901 142,274 175,31 785900 Other harvesting implements..Ne. 195 46,509 290,6



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UNITED STATES EXPORTS OF DOMESTIC MERCHANDISE-APRIL, 1945-Continue1

Canndity apig C odity Shipi
code No. Commodity desription and unit Net Value code No. Comodity description and unit Net value weiht
(Snhed- of quantity quantity (dollars) (Sched- of quantity quantity (dollars) (p )
de B) ule a)

GROUP 7.UCHINR AN GROUP 7.-M&ACINERY AND
VEHICLZA-4'ontinued VEHICLES--ontinued
AGRICULTURAL MACHINERY AND AUTOOBIIES, PARTS, ACCESSORIES,
IMPI.UENTS-Continued AND SERVICE EQUIPN--Continued

Seed separators: Automobiles, parts, and
766100 Threshers .................... No. 41 18,438 Z53,577 accessories--Continued
76400 Corn shellers ................ No. 555 9,253 86,372 1 Motor trucks, busses, and
766900 Other separators ............. No. 50 5,144 22,410 chassis (new)--Continued
787000 Feed cutters, grinders, and Over 2-1/2 tons--Continued
crushers ...................... No. 685 52,486 343,197 Gasoline (carburetor
Tracklaying tractors, type)--Continued
carburetor type (new): 790463 Over 4, not over
7870 Under 35 drawbar horse- 5 tons ................ No. 83 252.354 861,771
power....................... No. S8 52,860 227,299 790465 Over 5 tons ............ No. 222 2,168,789 4,900,585
707450 55 under 50 drawbar 790468 Station, warehouse, and
horsepower .................. No. 19 45,765 177,523 factory trucks, whether
787450 50 under 65 drawbar or not containing conhorsepower .................. No. 2 5,411 24,730 veying, lifting,
187550 65 under 80 drawbar stacking, or similar
horsepower .................. No .......... .......... ............. accessory devices.....No. 46 250,991 627,212
787550 80 and over drawbar 790500 Bus chassis ................ No. 7 8,762 35,229
horsepower .................. No. 4 57,400 59,800 790600 Motor trucks, busses, and
Tracklaying tractors, chassis (secondhand) ........ No. 224 416.095 1,805,162
injection type (new)- Passenger cars and chassis
787600 Under 35 drawbar horse- (new)power ....................... No. 89 179,580 764,805 790700 Not over $850 (list price).No. 1 500 5,500
787750 35 under 50 drawbar 790800 Over $850, not over $1,200
horsepower .................. No. 136 459,750 1,797,915 (list price) .............. No. 4 4,672 12,284
787750 50 under 65 drawbar 790000 Over $1,200, not over $2,000
horsepower.................. No. 110 5120452 2.251,819 (list price) .............. No. 11 19,458 46,295
787650 65 under 80 dra*wbar 791000 Over $2,000 (list price)...No. 3 11,145 16,250
horsepower .................. No. is 79,097 39,945 791100 Passenger cars and chassis
787850 80 and over drawbar horse- (secondhand) ................ No. 89 65,465 518,924
power....................... No. 20o 1,938,355 6,779,567 Parts, except battery boxes,
Wheel tractors (now): tires, inner tubes, fan belts
787900 Garden ....................... No. 287 135,891 650,724 and engines:
788000 1 plow ....................... No. 451 227,709 1,059,547 791200 Automobile parts for assembly. .......... 6,761,082 36,200,240
78840 2 plow ....................... No. 1,887 1,484,425 7,024,593 Automobile parts for replace788500 3 plow ....................... No. 1,835 1,837,634 9,439,912 ment on vehicles:
768600 4 plow and over .............. No. 697 868,363 4,442,275 792100 Spark plugs .............. No. 450,287 118,080 86,495
788700 Engines for tractors ........... No. 315 252,535 426,137 792505 Automobile parts for
78000 Used tractors, all types ....... No. 223 558,701 2,047,791 replacement, n.s........... .......... 13,653,090 25,850,317
788901 Parts and accessories for Automobile accessories:
track-laying tractors ............ .......... 2,326,355 6,394,914 792600 Automobile horns, hand and
78890 Parts and accessories for electric .................. No. 22,892 36,753 107,75Z
wheel tractors ................... .......... 1,215,805 3,077,797 792700 Other automobile accessories,
789100 Windmills ...................... No. 259 18,038 170,745 n.e.s ........................ .......... 659,264 1,520,286
789500 Towers for windmills ........... No. 227 15,436 170,454 Automobile engines:
76960 Hay presses, hand and power .... No. 108 54,666 295,090 For assembly an new vehicles
189905 Parts for agricultural with American trade names
machinery, except tractors ....... .......... 1,025,995 5,452,776 Motor truck and bus
7899 Other agricultural machinery, engines:
and implements, n.e.a ............ .......... 78,376 655,357 792850 Diesel and semi-Diesel,
injection type....... No. 29 53,548 00,492
AUTOMDBIIES. PARTS, ACCESSORIES, 792850 Gasoline, carburetor
AND SEVICE EQUIPAMT type .................. No. 2,110 513,700 818,585
792900 Passenger car engines .... No. 5 378 1,535
Automobiles, parts, and For replacement an vehicles
accessories: with either American or
Motor trucks, busses, and foreign trade name or
chassis (now): assembly on new vehicles
Under 1 tons with foreign trade name790101 1/4 ton and under ........ No. 271 551,651i 811,528 793150 Diesel and semi-Diesel
790102 Over 1/4 ton, not injection type .......... No. 18 35,770 56,855
over 1/2 ................ No. 91 161,467 715,051 793150 Gasoline, carburetor
790105 Over 1/2 ton and under type .... ......... No. 659 147,506 585,766
1 ton ................... No. 21 31p200 107,015 795160 Automobile tire-service
790105 Station, warehouse, and equipment and parts .............. .......... 75,904 ;0,010
factory trucks, powered 793170 Pumps for gasoline and oil ..... No. 850 19,57 45,8
by gasoline motor, whether 793180 Other automobile service
or not containing con- appliances and parts ............. .......... 829,561 728,883
vying, lifting, stacking, 795190 Trailers, n.e.s., except
or similar accessory military ...................... No. 216 145.172 725,182
devices ................. No. 4 5,620 16,772
i, and not over 1-1/2 tons: AIRCRAFT, PARTS AND ACCESSORIES
1 tan ................... No. a5 57,001 256,157
790202 Over 1, not over 1-1/2 Aircraft%
tons .................... No. 6,650 12,104,586 44450.972 (Model number, names of manu790205 Station, warehouse, and facturer, and manufacturer's
factory trucks, powered designation of planes indiby gasoline motor, cated by shipper.)
whether or not containing (Armament when shipped with
conveying, lifting, aircraft included, but armament
stacking, or similar as replacements or supplies
accessory devices ....... No. 15 20,450 67,015 is indexed in respective
Over 1-1/2, not over 2-1/2 classifications):
tons: Combat (complete aircraft,
790501 Over 1-1/2, not over 2-1/2 either assembled or
tons, n.e.s ............. No. 10,469 27,124,550 I0,765,017 knockdowm)t
700505 Station, warehouse, and,. Bombers:
factory trucks, powered 795200. Heaty bombers, 4-engine..No. so 12,500,246 1,001,60
by gasoline motor, whether 795220 U.S. Patrol bombers,
or not containing conveying, 4-ongine ................ No .......... .......... .............
lifting, stacking, or simi- 793230 Medium bombers, 2-engLne.No. 28 6,254,636 1,015,542
lar accessory devices...No. 18 59,267 98,674 795280 Light bombers, 2-ongine..No .......... .......... .............
Over 2-1/2 tons- 793290 U.S. Patrol bombers,
Diesel and semi-Diesel 2-engine ................No. 5 851,420 175,000
(injection type)- 795300 Light bambers, 1-engine..NO. is 704,654 217,294
790431 Over 2-1/2, not over 4 Fighteres
tons................. No. 5 10,062 52,020 795350 Fighters (pursuit and
790435 Over 4, not over interceptor, 1-ongine...No. 562 35,510,06 4,752,269
5 tons ................ No .......... .......... ............ 795380 Naval fighters, 1-engine.No. 89 6,001,150 1,176,663
790435 Over 5 tons ............ No. 50 279,545 855,407 795590 Naval reconnassance,
Gasoline (carburetor type)- 1-engine ................ No .......... .......... .............
790461 Over 2-1/2, not over 4 795700 Fighters (pursuit and
tons .... ............. No. 2,256 6,720,501 25,474,168 interceptor) 2-engine...No .......... .......... ............


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UNITED SrATES EXPORTS OF DOMESTIC MERCHADISE-APRIL, 194-Contnu

Cmmodity
code No. Comodity description and unit Net Value ode No. Cndity description and unit N al
(Sad- of quantity quantity (dollars) w t (Schd- of quantity quantity dollarss
usS)(pounds) ul B

CHOU 7.-MACHINEH AD CROUP .--MACHINERY MD
VKICIES-CaMtinued antinued
AIRCRAFT, PARTS AND CRAFT, PATS AND
h oCM S-Continued AEantiond

Lircraft-omiimmd Aircraft-4contined
Service ombat (complete Parts for airrat-Contiued
aircraft, either assembled Aircraft parts and accesarie
or knookdam) n..s. -rontinued
Transprtes 7499 Samb sights for aircraft.Jo. 6 $2 1,425,5
1I$TO Heavy transport, 794998 Other (ine4mplete aircraft
4-engne ................No. 7380, 4 75,660 shipments for assembly
TMTAD 4*-7 transport. abroad included, when
2- e ................ o. .......... .......... ............. such shipments cover
"6760 Media transport, parts not specifically
-engine ................No. 148 15,876,651 2,471,304 indexed in reepective
79780 Light transport, aircraft classification).. .......... 9,27,658 6
ngi g...............o. .18 999,121 41,602 02IB VMICIES AND PARTS

T9800 Camuniatiom, 2-engine..No. .......... ......... ............. Cycles:
T 60 Cmmunication, -engne ..Mo. .................... ............. 796000 Bicycles..................... o 541 14.26 A
Trainer (complete aircraft 796200 Motorcycles..................go. 2,525 1,075,480 1,M"g0
either assembled or knockdoewn)s 795300 Bicycle parts and accessories,
Tm900 Advanced trainers, (emxept tires and tubes) ................. 44,716 1
2 ee .................. ......... .......... .............. 795400 Motorcycle parts and
79660 Advanced trainers, accessories, awept ties and
1- e..................Mo. 10,0D 32,540 tubes ......................... ......... 5,4
796950 Basic trainers .Mo 7 172,202 22,820 796500 Merchant vessels ............... 18 96
Basic;+ trinr............. go. : *i6 9e.8 3MG. 73

79.970 Primary trainers ........... No. 5 5,00 15,000 Other Waterraft:
79250 Civil airplanes .............. No. 4 954,27 3356.286 Naval craft and parts%
99tm Bar balloons ............. So .......... .......... ............. 795661 Submarines.................No. .......... .......... ...........
794306 Gliders and lighter-than-air- 795663 Salvage vessels........... o. .......... .......... ...
craft, except barrage 795665 Convoy escort vessels...... NMo. ......... .......... .......
b alloms.................... No. .......... .......... ............. 79566 Mine sweepers .............. No .......... .......... ...........
79400 Landplanea minus ugines ..... o .......... .......... ............. 795669 Auxiliary ships............No. .......... .......... ...........
Parts for aircraft 795671 Antiabuarine motorboats. ....o .................. .........
Parachutes, and parts: 795673 Motor-torpedo boata........ No. 4 1,000,000 4
794506 Parachute ............... No. 68 7,382 2 ,606 795675 Submarine chasers .......... No. .......... .......... ...........
Parachute parts and fitting 795677 Standard navy launches ..... o. .......... .......... ...........
794509 Ass~embled harness, harness 795679 Landing craft .............. No. 148 4,240,80 44
fittings (adaptor 795581 Other.......................o. 46 5,61 A
fittings, dringse, anap- 795689 Parts, and accessories, for
hooks), and shrouds ................ 515,346 69,097 naval craft, except engines .. .......... 1,650,88 800
79459 Other parachute parts and Watercraft, except naval:
fittings................ .......... 466 167 795691 Not over 16 gross ton..... No. 5 5,974 .10
Radial engines 795695 Over 16 gross tons.........No. 1 5,000
79601 1540inch piston displace- Intemral-combustion marine engine%
mt and under..........Mo. 29 64,748 34,754 carburetor type794606 Over 1340m-inch through 795700 Detachable motors (outbcord).o. 403 94,659
1830-inch piston 795900 Other........................M No. 459 1,08,451 t
displacement.........Mo. 43 542,52 102,020 Railmy cares
79606 Over IS50inch paen Passenger service:
displacement............o 129 2,070.681 410,375 796000 Electric railway or tram...Mo. 2 5,000 W,4
Other engines: 796100 Steam railway...........Mo. 1 13,000 I4#
loom 1540-inch piston Bailway motor cars:
displacement and undr...No. 28 47,245 15,320 '96200 For track inspection and
79809 Over 1340-inch through m&aiitenance work.......... No. 9 46,865 59
18I04inch piston 796400 Passenger ca rs.............No .......... ....... ...........
diqplacement............Mo. 991 16,334,175 2,587,418 796600 Freight care over 10 tons
79611 Ovei 1830-inch piston capacity...................M o. 1,251 2,935,017 40, ,
displacement..........o.. No .................................. 796750 Mine, industrial, and other
Aircraft engine parts and feight cars, not over 10
accessories: tons capacity..............o. 586 11218 G.
794706 Carburetors, cowls, crank 796800 Air-.brake equipment and parts... .......... ..5,65 3 6
cases, cylinders, 796900 Parts, except axles and wheels.. .......... 386,89 3.80
generators, magnets, spark 797000 Railway signals, attachments and
plugs, starters, super- parts ........................... .......... 246,530 80
chargers, and valves for 797200 Railway car-heating equipment
use in aircraft engines .............. 3,282,866 719,252 and parts .................................. 6,506 .
7%94790 Other engine parts and 797500 Wagons and drays ............... No. 266 11,65,
accessories ................ ......... 8,609,715 2,175,656 79910 Wheelbarrows.................. No. 3,025 10,158 101,4
Aircraft instruments, and 799200 Pushcarts and hand trucks......No. 520 18,1 ,
part: 799500 Weels, n.e.s .................. No. 16,489 57,275 41,
79401 Automatic pilot controls.............. 568,3350 3,07 Ordnance combat vehicles,
79460 Aut matic pilot for and parts:
aircraft............. o. 6 21,357 1,415 799601 Carriers, universal.......... No. 751 2,102,629 5 S
9405 Aircraft gyro 79905 gines for carriers......... No. 270 150,60 97
instruments............. No $88 75,487 6,861 799605 Engine parts for carriers................. 58
79606 Aircraft navigational 799607 Transmission, and parts, for
instruments ............. No. 1,056 111,862 7,824 carriers ....................... .......... .50
794807 Aircraft radio transmitting 799609 Parts, and accessories, for
and receiving sets...... No. 6,182 5,083,361 829,871 carriers, n.e.s .................. ..........2.. 40 90,
79480 Parts of aircraft radio 799611 Scout cars (except armored)..MNo, 2,420 2,657,142 7 6
transmitting and receiving JArored cars:
sets....................... .......... 14,5869,201 1,969,808 799613 Light......................No. .......... .......... ......... .
794809 Directors and range finders .......... 1,880 98 799614 Medium.................... ...............................
794811 Self-seynchronous trans- 799615 Heavy................. No. .......... .......... ...........
sitters and indicators, Persomnnel carriers:
such as selayns and 799623 8 man M.2...............Mo. .......... ..... .......
synchro units and switch- 799624 15 man M1-............. NO. .......... .....................
boards, for aircraft. ...... .......... 21,539 1,811 799625 Other..................... Mb. 52 505,072 M
794815 Sound locators for aircraft ................... .............. 799628 Ordnance combat vehicles,
794894 Tachmeters for aircraft.No. 41 1,80 325 DO.s.......................No. 650 6,077,561 13,060
794896 Aircraft instruments and 799629 Parts and accessories for
parts, n.e.a .............. .......... 1,415,742 184,105 ordnance combat vehicles ....... .......... 2,460,512 2,99,
794912 Propellers ............... No. 1,531 2,577,332 1,009,907 Ordnance service and repair
794915 Propeller parts and trucks, and parts:
accessories. ........................ 2,427,915 784,957 799851 Artillery repair trucks... .... ................ .......
Aircraft parts and accessories 799652 Instrument repair trucks...No. .......... .......... ...........
n.e.sa 799655 Machine shop trucks........ No. 18 184,556 11
794992 Life jackets and life rafts 799654 Small arms repair trcks...No. 7 94,400 166
for aircraft..........o..N. 46 6,871 5,448 799655 Tank maintenance trucks....No. 24 286,25 67S
794995 Sab-rack controls, control 799656 Tool and bench trucks......No. .......... .......... ......
columns, deicers, frame as- 799657 Welding trucks............. No. ........ .......... ****.*
aemblies, fuel tanks, a7 79965 Wrecking trucks............N. 114 10,055 ,
gan regulators, and tanks, 799659 ,Service and repair trucks,
rudder pedals, struts and n.e.s .....................Mo. 25 272,767 60
braces, and wing tips for 799661 Parts and accessories for
uee in aircraft............ .......... 1,709,013 1,201,769 service and repair trucks.... .......... 405,CSB 8,p8


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UNITED STATES EXPORTS OF DOESTIC iRCHANDISE-APRIL, 1946-Continued

CametCodity code No. CoGmodity description and unit Net Value Wcode No. Commodity description and unit Net Value
h of quantity quantity (dollar) (p un) (chedo- of qantity quantity (dollars) (
ulB) ____ B)_

GROUP 7.-MACHINERT AND GBOUP 8.-CHEMICAL AND
VHICIES-Continued RELATED PRODUCTS-Continued
OTHER VEHICLS AND COAL-TAR PRODUCTS-Continud
PARTS-Continued
Coal-tar caids, crude and
Ordnance cobat vehicles, intermediate:
and part--Continued 80300 Phenol or carbolic aid ...... Lb. 254,266 26,570 250,053
Military trailers and parts: 802406 Picric acid.................. lb. 126 14 38
797 1/2 ton and under 802409 Cresylic acid and cresol ....Ib. 75,768 6,061 82,811
2 whe6 ...... No ....... 300 6e6,000 171,000 802420 Bensoic acid, technical and
S Over 1/2, not over 1 ton- medicinal grades...........b. 1,022 879 1,.04
2 wheel cargo .............No .......... .......... ............. 802460 Salicylic acid technical and
799705 Over 1/2 not over 1 ton- medicinal grades............Lb. 15,506 4,96$ 18,55
2 wheel, 250 gallon tank..No .......... .......... ............. 802488 Other coal-tar acids ......... Lb, 24,500 15,624 27,460
799707 Over 1 ton, not over 1-1/2 Coal-tar intermediates, except
tons (van included) ....... No. .......... .......... ............. coal-tar acidst
7970 2 wheel 2 horse vans.....No. 8 18,000 15,900 802515 Aniline oil..................Lb 2,748 476 S,106
79971 4 wheel....................No.................... ................. 802519 Aniline salts.............b.... 11,778 2,987 14,575
799716 4 ton 4 wheel van K-36.No .................... ............. 802530 Beta naphthol and beta naphthol
799717 5-ton pole type............No ................... ............. flakes...................... Lb. 21,656 5,2682 .348
799719 12 ton..................... No .......... .......... ............. 80ozs550 Dithylaniline..............Lb. 78,100 13,290 78,151
7991 20-ton tank transport ....No. ............ ........ ............. 802570 Diphenylamine ............... Lb .......... .......... .............
799 2-ton low bed house.......No. 20 59,026 275,000 802580 Pentachlorophenol............lb. .................... .............
799725 5600 gallon gasoline 802587 Sodium pentachlorophenate.... Lb. 8,820 1,676 9,96
4 wheel..................No. 10 25,S47 42,000 802590 phthalic anhydride.........lb. 536,057 4,686 59,sT
799727 40 ton tank transport ...... No ..................... ............. 802591 Tricresyl phosphate..........Lb. 54,470 9,717 69,985
799729 Military trailers, n.e.s...No. 223 1,504,694 5,.142,700 802595 Dibutyl and diethyl phthalate
799731 Parts and acceseoriaes for and dipropylphthalate,
military trailers..................... 110,453 103,096 (normal and iso)..... A ...... Lb. 46,590 11,151 63,969
799741 2-1/2 ton surgical" .........No ..................... ............ 80O2594 Nitroderivatives of benzene,
799743 2 wheel cargo.............. No .................... ............. toluene, xylene, naphthalene
799745 Van K-55................... o ........... ......... ............. and phenols in addition to
799747 6-ton 2 wheel, coast those specified in President's
artillery ................. No .................... ............. Proclamation of May 1, 1937.Lb. 321,545 28,868 355,208
799749 6-ton 2 wheel van ........ No ................... ............. 802596 Styrene......................Lb. 700 251 791
799751 6-ton van and stake........ No .................................. 802598 Other coal-tar intermediates.Lb. 1,458,454 300,857 1,600,716
799755 10-ton-2 wheel van.........No .................... ............. 802800 Rubber compounding agents of
799755 10-ton low bed and stake coal-tar origin...............Lb. 419,118 160,069 464,608
2 wheel van ............... No .................... ............. Coal-tar dyes, stains, color
799756 12 through 16-ton 4 lakes, and toners:
wheel van.................No .................... ............. 805901 Color lakes and toners....... lb. 54,015 41,402 65,27
799757 20 ton tank transport......No. 20 167,088 471,072 805905 Sulfur black................ Lb. 220,468 61,026 254,786
799759 Military semi-trailers, 805905 Synthetic indigo............I. 54,724 40,060 77,062
n.e.s......... ...........No. 5 8,996 39,120 805909 Other coal-tar dyes.......... Lb. 1,405,640 1,486,574 1,652,947
799761 Parts and accessories for Synthetic flavors and perfume
military semi-trailers................. 2,229 4,250 materials:
799800 Mobile communications unit...No. 58 5,672,102 2,296,220 806130 Vanillin..................... Lb. 1,109 5,845 1,591
Military tanks: 806190 Other synthetic flavors and
Light tanks weighing under 20 perfume materials...........I b. 69.506 85,586 86,081
tons each: 806910 Methyl salicylate, technical
799921 Model M- ................ No .................... ............. and medicinal grades ........ Lb. 20,491 7,881 25,275
799923 Model M-SAI .............No. 8 200,000 209,880 806920 Sodium bensoate, technical
799925 Model ................No. 55 796,581 1,644,960 and medicinal grades ........ Lb. 41,854 19,50 56,075
799927 Model T-7, except 806950 Photographic chemicals of coalaero-tanks ............No. .......... .......... .............. tar origin................Lb. 15,141 11,297 18,041
7999 9 Light tanks, n.e. ....... No. 6 14Z,800 190,480 806998 Other finished coal-tar
Medium tank@ weighing 20 to products................... Lb. 74,956 55,576 88,267
40 tons each
799931 Model M ................ No ................................. M0DICINAL AND PHARMACEUTICAL
799932 Model M-. .............. No .......... .......... ............. PREPARATICUS
799955 Model M- A2............. No .......... .......... .............
799954 Model M-AS .............. No .......... .......... ............. 811100 Castor-oil....................Gal. 8,759 23,225 86,89
799955 Model M-3A4 ...............No .................................. 811500 Iite mLineral oil.............Gal. 256,511 94,199 1,860,066
799956 odel M-SAS ..............No .......... .......... ............. 811905 Fish oils and fish liver oils
799941 Model .4 ................ No. 6 351,122 425,116 and concentrates thereof,
799942 Model ML-4A1 .............. No .......... .......... ............. medicinal grade ..............Lb. 584,424 502,528 757,662
799945 Model M-4A2..............No. 142 7,868,051 11,158,618 811998 Vitamines and vitasterols,
799944 Model M- A ..............No .......... .......... ............. n.e.a ........................ Lb. 628,416 2,464,261 991,500
799946 Model M-4A4.............. No. 5 505,240 356,650 Biologics,
799946 Model M-4A ..............No .................... ............ 812000 Fpr animal and veterinary use... .......... 56,840 59,281
79999 Medium tanks, n.e.s......No. 1 59,348 571,269 812100 Serums and antitoxins for
799955 Heavy tanks weighing over human use..................... ......... 209,962 27,954
40 tons each.............No. 6 604,381 516,112 812200 Vaccines for human use .......... .......... 55,819 9,987
799957 Other military tanks.......No. .................... ............. 812500 Glandular products, organ799961 Military tank radio transmitting otherapeutics, enzymes,
and receiving sets. .......... No. .......... .......... ............. ferments, and culture media .............. 776,501 161,771
799965 Parts and accessories for Druggists' nonproprietary
military tank radio trans- preparations:
hitting and receiving sets..... .......... 12,951 6,896 Elixirs, tinctures, fluid
799971 Engines for light, medium extracts, ampoules, and
and heavy tanks.............No. 418 1,128,906 1,049,106 similar liquid solutions
799975 Engine parts for light, medium 812405 Fluid extract of belladonna
and heavy tanks................ .......... 550,971 334,878 leaf, N. F. and root,
799981 Transmission and transmission U. S. P., tincture of
parts for light, medium, and belladonna, U. S. P., and
heavy tanks.......... ........... .......... 251,615 575,244 belladonna liniment, N. F.... .......... 1,724 797
799985 Other parts and accessories for 812413 Fluid extract and tincture
light, medium and heavy tanks............ 10,814,799 11,101,884 of hyoscyamus.......................... 270 405
799993 Boat propellers and blades 812419 Fluid extract and tincture
(brass or bronze)............. Lb. 23,504 18,288 28,525 of stramonium .......................... 15 14
799998 Vehicles and parts, n.e.s ................... 196,690 1,091,670 812496 Elixtra, tinctures, fluid
extracts, ampoules, and
GROUP S.-CHEMICALS AND similar liquid solutions,
RELATED PRODUCTS............. .......... 36,030,439 329,739,497 n.e.s................................... 18,644 268,941
81500 Menthol....................Lb. 5,070 40,591 7,875
COAL-TAR PRODUCTS 812750 Quinine sulphate........ Av.Os. 214 142 27
812750 Other quinine salts and
800800 Crude and refined coal tar.... Gal. 99,982 8,821 1,015,518 compounds, quinine sulfate
800600 Benzol or benzene.............Gal. 185,952 28,484 1,440,578 content................Av.Ozs. 31,758 20,020 7,160
800700 Coal-tar pitch...............L.ton 167 5,274 579,502 Tablets, pills, capsules,
01000 Creosote or dead oil..........Gal. 56,408 11,955 510,159 powders, ointments, and
801100 Toluene or toluol..............Lb. 14,052,742 678,071 14,850,989 similar manufactures, n.e.s.:
801200 Xylene or xylol................ Lb. 47,814 1,559 48,767 812792 Acetylsalicylic acid or
80005 Naphthalene..................Lb. ......... ...... ............. aspirin, in tablet form...... .......... 17,256 18,596
02025 Pyridine, crude or refined.....Lb. 58 95 72 812795 Extract of belladonna, and
802098 Crude coal-tar products, belladonna ointment and
n.e.........................Lb. 226,042 11,610 242,021 plaster, U. S. P..........Lb. 452 2,033 1,957



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UNITED STATES EXPORTS OF DOMESTIC ERCHADISE-APRIL, 194-Contined

Camedity SMip Calgoodity
code Mo. Camodity description and unit Net Value code No. Commodity description and unit Net value
(Sched- of quantity quantity (dollars) ( oia) (hed- of quantity quantity (dollar.)
ule B)

GROUP 8.- =CAIS AND GCUP 6.--CHWICALS AND
RELATED PRODUCTS--Continued RELATED PRODUCTS-Continued
MEDICINAL AND PHARMACEUTICAL CHEMICAL SPECIALTIESMontinued
PREPARATIONS--Continued
620050 Nicotine alkaloid .............. Lb. 212 250 SA#
Druggists' nonproprietary 820100 Copper sulphate or blue
preparatione--4ontinued vitriol ....................... Lb. 2,460,158 120.894 2,496,6)$
Tablets, pills, capsules, 820200 Lead arsenate .................. Lb. 442,546 62,74Z 4890,
powders, ointments, and 820500 Calcium arsenate ............... Lb. 111,570 8,298 18,850
similar manufactures, 820400 Petroleum oil spray,
n.e.e.--Continued agricultural ................al. 57,229 10,517 479,766
812794 Extract of hyoscyamus or 820530 Pyrethrum extract .............. Lb. 728 520 Amn
Henbane ................... Lb. 89 1,258 136 820550 Seed disinfectants ............. Lb, 16,106 6,419 82.,0
61795 Extract of stramonium ... Lb .......... 820560 Peradichlorobenzene ............ Lb. 4,770 792 5,5
812796 Scopolamine Hyoscine .... Av.Oz. 33 249 23 820591 Cupric acetoarsenite
812798 Tablets, pills, capsules, (paris green) ................. Lb. 55,852 13, 90 59.750
powders, ointments, and 820592 Pyrothrum or insect
asimilar manufactures, n.e.a.. .......... 596,568 309,161 flower powders ................Lb. 1,500 545 1,554
Medicinal chemicals for 820593 Rotenone ....................... Lb63 20 as
prescription use: 820596 Calcium cyanide ................ Lb. 19,000 4,129 2000
815508 Atropine sulfate .......... Av.Oz. 562 3,339 710 820598 Other agricultural insecticides,
815511 Caffeine alkaloid ............ Lb. 6,114 18,621 7,913 fungicides, and similar prepara813512 Caffeine salts and tons and materials, dry or
compounds ................... Lb. 734 2,183 2,071 liquid basis .................. Lb. 55 !,884 78,331 81147m
815515 Radium salts and compounds, 820600 Household and industrial
radium content ........ Milligram 5,011 100,220 410 insecticides, exterminators,
815517 Strychnine and salts ...... Av.O. 2,592 1,528 597 and repellents, liquid, paste,
813518 Theobromine and theobromine powder ........................ Lb. 877.492 372,599 1.161,470
salts and compounds ......... Lb. 1,985 6,704 3,977 820900 Household and industrial dis815519 Theophylline and theophylline infectants, deodorants,
salts .................... Av.Oz. 62,191 35,696 9,405 germicides, and similar
815525 Benzocaine-benzoate, preparations .................. Lb. 450,83 45,705 521
ethocaine, novocain, 825000 Baking powder .................. Lb. 342,456 49,507 596,159
P-aminobenzoyl-diethy- 823500 Dextrine or British gum ....... .Lb. 53,625 27,324 540.aR2
laminoethanol, planocaine, 823400 Tobacco saucing or extract used
and all forms of procaine...Lb. 2,815 12,845 5,839 for flavoring tobacco ......... lb. 7,898 3,220 .10,008
815630 Acetylsalicylic acid or 825801 Pigmented resin emulsions for
aspirin, in bulk ............ Lb. 158,899 68,807 179,184 textile use ................... I. 51,969 4,570 38,218
815540 Acetophenetidine ............. Lb. 24,068 21,648 28,101 823805 Detergents, penetrating, wetting
813565 Glycerophosphoric acid and 0 and scouring agents, and
salts....... Lb. 11,302 19,956 16,007 dyeing assistants ............. Lb. 285,801 67,181 526.2u
813557 Phenolphthalein..............Lb. 858 954 1,18' 823809 Other textile specialty
813561 Sulfanilimide ................ Lb. 11,826 14,846 16,415 compounds ..................... Lb. 612,663 99,791 694,505
813563 Suliathiazole and 825901 Chromium taking mixtures ..... .Lb. 520,829 40.742 557,276
derivatives ................. Lb. 42,977 152,852 76,576 823998 Tanning specialty compounds,
815565 Sulfadiazine and derivatives.Lb. 59,152 281,025 85,177 n.e.e ......................... Lb. 660,35 56,640 780,0L
813567 Sulfaguanidine...............Lb. 10,957 56,692 16,558 824000 Water softeners, purifiers.
815589 Other aulfonamide drugs ...... Lb. 11,153 77,581 19,365 boiler and feed-water
813598 Medicinal chemicals for compounds ..................... Lb. 365,720 35,258 89,e
prescription use, n.e.e ........ .......... 3,267,487 1,405,718 825000 Metal-working compounds ........ Lb. 623,82 58,853 890,56
Household medicinal chemicals Synthetic gums and resins:
and pharmaceuticals in small In powder, flake, or liquid
packages: forms
814100 Solide .......................... .......... 8,024 58,476 825100 Ester gum ............... Lb. 208W416 27,800 217,706
814200 Liquids ......................... .......... 10,420 50,742 825300 Alkyd resins ............. Lb. 205,450 35,777 22A,257
Proprietary medicinal preparation: Tar-acid resins
814800 Mouth washes, gargles, and 825501 Phenol-formaldehyde resins
personal antiseptics ........... ......... 44,810 145,019 in powder, flake, or.
814900 Corn an4 foot remedies .......... .......... 18,915 14,053 liquid form ..........".Lb. 647,259 124,606 702.558
815001 Belladorna plasters, U. S. P .... .......... 4,102 2,787 825598 Other .................. Lb. 371,649 69,07 596,095
815098 Plasters, n.e.s ................ .......... 83,964 136,535 Urea:
815100 Liniments ....................... ..... 21,841 59,952 825707 Urea-formaldehyde resin3
Salves and ointments: in powder, flake, or
815200 For burns, cuts, skin liquid form........... Lb. 321.596 71,507 548,977
diseases, insect bites, 825798 Other ...................... Lb. 34,557 6,553 7,561
inflammation, etc ............ .......... 102,567 102,042 Synthetic gums and resins,
815500 For coughs, colds, catarrh, in powder, flake, or liquid
and bronchial infection ...... .......... 114,935 216,926 form, n.e.a., except synthetic
615400 Cold, cough, and bronchial rubbers:
preparations, except salves and 825801 Casein .... .......... Lb. 6,595 1,222 6,789
ointments ...................... .......... 112,226 321,064 825803 Methyl methacrylate,
615500 Asthma, catarrh, and hay-fever unfabricated .............. Lb. 4,814 4.827 6,241
preparations, including 825805 Nylon ...................... Lb. 244.025 212,030 515,160.
inhalants, except salves and 825809 Other ...................... Lb. 515,205 53,233 37,966
ointments...................... .......... 123,932 62,555 825829 Polymers of styrene, vinyl
815700 Malaria, chill and fever acetals, vinyl acetate, vinyl
remedies ....................... .......... 904,455 144,277 alcohol, vinyl chloride and
816000 Tonics, blood purifiere, vinylidene chloride; and coemulsions, and appetizers ...... .......... 252,880 685,676 polymers of vinyl chloride
816100 Laxatives, purgatives, and and vinyl acetate ........... Lb. 878,505 539,588 945,500
cathartics.................... ......... 145,064 205,873 Sheets, plates, rods, tubes'
816200 Milk of magnesia ................ .......... 19,426 137,204 and other unfinished forms816500 Digestive preparations .......... ........ 99,858 127,564 Laminated:
816700 Headache, neuralgia, and pain 826001 Of phenol-formaldehyde
remedies ...................... .......... 78,695 55,0680 resins, fabricated ...... Lb. 36,049 51,110 45,520
8180 5 Extract and fluid extract of 826007 Of urea-formaldehyde
belladonna leaf and root; resins, fabricated ...... Lb. 14,161 11,635 17,650
tincture of belladonna, 8260% Of other synthetic gums and
U. S. P.; belladonna ointment, 4 resins .................. Lb. 87,452 80,554 1(77,8
U. S. P.; homatropine (bella- Not laminated:
donna root) ................. Lb. 287 87 311 826101 Of phenol-formaldehyde
818015 Extract, fluid extract, and resins, fabricated ...... Lb. 3,523 2,112 4,567
tincture of hyoscyamus ...... Lb. 5 43 10 826105 Of methyl methacrylate,
818014 Extract and fluid extract of fabricated .............. Lb. 324,682 307,154 397,287
stramonium (Jimson weed) .... Lb .......... .......... ............. 826107 Of urea-formaldehyde
818019 Tincture of stramonium, resins, fabricated ...... Lb. 2,211 5,456 Z.488
stramonium ointment, and 826198 Of other synthetic gu se
scopolamine (Hyoscine) and resins ..............Lb. 7,857 5,804 8,406
(stramonium) ................ Lb .......... .......... ............ Pyroxylin products:
816099 Proprietary medicinal 826200 Pyroxylin scrap and film
preparations, n.e.s ............ .......... 596,724 461,648 scrap ......... ....... Lb. 35S913 5,141 40,464
826300 Pyroxylin plastic film,
CHMICAL SPECIALTIES support or base ............. Lb. 229,270 172,591 291,5"
826400 Pyroxylin sheets, rods, or
820000 Nicotine sulphate (40 per cent tubes and other unfinished
basis ........................ Lb. 77,619 66,626 100,876 forms ....................... lb. 79,585 72,155 92,00



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UNITED STATES EXPORTS OF DOMESTIC MERCHANDISE-APRIL, 1945-Continued

CCommodity oe Comodity description and unit Net Value S i code No. Commodity description and unit Not Valueh
(Schd- of quantity quantity (dollars) (Sched- of quantity quantity (dollar (pane)d)
ule B) ule B)

GROUP 8.-NHEICAL AND GROUP 8.--CNHICALS AND
RELATED PRODUCTS-Continued REIATSE PRODUCTS-'ontinued
CHICAL SPECIALTIES-4ontinued INDUSTRIAL CHEMCALS--Cont.

26505 ellulose acetate molding Alcohols-Continued
compositions and molding 851400 Glycerin, 100 percent glycerol
powder, plasticized.......... Lb. 285,191 114,005 304,850 basis ....................... Lb. 589,067 95,010 624,500
826598 Cellulose acetate sheets, rods, 851505 Thiodiglycol.................Lb. ..................................
tubes, Mnd other unfinished 831598 Alcohols, n.e.s..............Lb. 22,556,804 5,024,855 22,865,98.
forms, plasticized ............ Lb 50,173 56,290 55,986 851600 Acetone ........................ Lb. 1,615,511 130,038 1,794,108
826700 Cellulose acetate plastics 851700 Butyl acetate..................Lb. 997,980 187,527 1,124,708
film support..................Lb. 157,975 199,811 195,511 831900 Carbon bisulphide..............Lb. 591,115 25,883 445,798
Nitro and aceto cellulose: 852001 Formaldehyde or formalin, 40 perSolutions, collodion, etc., cent solution by volume, 37 perexcept lacquers: cent solution by weight.......Lb. 826,102 32,351 887,658
826801 Nitrocellulose, having 852005 Paraformaldehyde, solid........Lb. 1,050 256 1,202
nitrogen content of more 832005 Formaldehyde, gas..............Lb. 550 42 488
than 12 percent...........Lb. 24,Z4 4,750 52,536 852200 Amyl acetate................... Lb. 1,584 969 1,665
826805 Nitrocellulose having 832500 Synthetic collecting reagents
nitrogen content of 12 for concentration of ores,
percent and less.......... Lb. 7,8695 2,708 10,119 metals, or mineral........... Lb. 1,5685,556 246,046 1,741,185
826896 Aceto cellulose............lb. ..................... .............. 852800 Cellulose acetate flake, waste,
Not in solution, et dowi with and scrap, not plasticized....Lb. 18,665 6,255 20,751
water or diluent: 852910 Carbon tetrachloride........... Lb. 252,088 15,057 271,188
826901 Nitrocellulose having 852950 Ethyl acetate.................. Lb. 1,456,042 187,272 1,615,956
nitrogen content of more 852950 Sodium acetate.................Lb. 15,818 1,423 17,016
than 12 percent..Lb.(dry wt.) ................. ............. 832960 Methyl-ethyl ketone............Lb. 4,199 455 4,765
826905 Nitrocellulose having 832970 Ethyl ether.................... Lb. 50,075 12,164 49,115
nitrogen content of 12 Other organic chemicals not of
percent and less.Lb.(dry wt.) 97,618 25,472 179,644 coal-tar origin:
826998 Aceto cellulose...Lb.(dry wt.) ................................ 852985 Butadiene.................... Lb. 991,675 275,183 991,675
827590 Cements for sealing cans.......Lb. 216.217 48,874 242,954 832985 Vinylidint chloride .......... Lb ........... .......................
827400 Other cementing preparations for 852987 Chloroacetyl chloride........ Lb ........... .......... .............
repairing, sealing and adhesive 832988 Chloroprene.................. Lb. ........... .......... .............
use........................ Lb. 459,765 68,505 494,192 832995 Camphor, natural and
828900 Specialty cleaning and washing synthetic...................Lb. 502,395 151,552 555,787
compounds, except soap........Lb. 884,362 82,120 1,015,746 832996 Hexamethylene tetramine...... Lb. 150,717 54,880 165,662
Polishes: 832998 Other, n.e.s.................Lb. 952,425 412,164 1,120,650
829000 Metal and stove polishes..... Lb. 56,512 7,978 71,177 833600 Aluminum sulphate..............Lb. 8,115,842 98,09 8,177,554
829100 Shoe polishes and shoe 853905 Aluminum chloride, anhydrous...Lb. 13355,094 11,258 146,756
cleaners................... Lb. 274,160 85,731 360,805 833998 Aluminum compounds, n.e.s......Lb. 665,783 20,604 687,947
829200 Leather dressings, oils, pol- 834010 Calcium hypochlorite...........Lb. 276,300 64,415 500,591
dishes, and stains ........... Lb. 544,552 99,219 8655,450 854090 Other bleaching powder.........Lb. 571,745 18,895 414,049
829500 Floor wax, wood and furniture 854100 Calcium carbide................ Lb. 1,882,751 80.781 2,017,010
polishes....................Lb. 558,875 49,407 444,734 854300 Calcium chloride..............Lb. 425,504 6,500 442B14
829400 Automobile polishes ..........Lb. 81,278 25,027 97,428 Bromine, bromides ana bromates:
829650 Natural flavoring extracts........ .......... 151,460 142,797 854401 Bromine......................Lb. 828 1,050 3,972
829590 Synthetic flavoring extracts...... .......... 108,589 195,650 854402 Potassium bromide............ Lb. 11,977 5,626 15,827
829600 Pectin.........................Lb. 51,040 17,948 53,546 854403 Sodium bromide...............Lb. 4,478 1,466 6,128
829700 Animal charcoal or bone char, 834415 Ethylene dibromide...........Lb. 102,584 35,855 254,400
deodorizing, decolorizing, and 854498 Other........................Lb. 14,981 9,205 20,614
gas absorbing carbons, n.e.s..Lb. 410,399 57,896 428,585 Iodine, iodides, and iodatesa
829800 Rubber compounding agents, 834810 Potassium iodides............Lb. 5,014 7,495 8,296
n.e.s ........................Lb. 656,959 123,206 682,874 854850 Iodine, crude and resublimed.Lb. 1,477 2,900 2,395
Anti-knock compounds not of 834898 Other........................Lb. 1,399 3,442 2,618
petroleum origin: Potassium compounds, except
829915 Ethyl fluid.................Gal. 275,225 1,141,188 4,207,554 fertilizers:
629919 Any mixture containing more 855700 Bichromate and chromate...... Lb. 508,664 35,642 545,577
than See tetraethyl lead 855800 Hydroxide or caustic potash..Lb. 967,491 56,221 1,015,162
per gallon ................. Gal. .......... .......... ............. Other:
829950 Liquid gum inhibitors for 835904 Potassium carbonate and
treating petroleum distillates... .......... 58,987 88,788 mixtures.................. Lb. 98,056 8,999 100,451
829950 Licorice extract and mass......... .......... 52,255 253,5336 836905 Potassium bitartrate and
529970 Reagent chemicals for laboratory mixtures..................Lb. 14,845 9,475 16,512
use......................................... 45,985 114,710 835908 Potassium chlorate and
829990 Chemical specialty compounds, mixture ..................Lb. 515,636 44,107 538,162
n.e. ...................................... 746,490 4,534,501 835913 Potassium cyanide and
mixtures..................Lb. 15,907 3,441 17,2658
INDUSTRIAL CHEMICALS 835917 Potassium nitrate and
mixtures (black saltpeter
Acids and anhydrides: powder). (President's proc8630000 Acetic acid, 100 percent lamation of May 1, 1937 ...Lb. 428,060 51,550 491,547
acetic acid .................Lb. 106,515 15,605 144,148 855918 Potassium nitrate, n.e.s.,
850100 Acetic anhydride.............Lb. 4,606 905 5,558 and mixtures..............Lb 528,254 57,6235 545,025
850200 Tartaric acid................Lb. 19,005 14,371 21,535 835925 Potassium permanganate
Other organic acids and and mixtures..............Lb. 8,525 53,059 15,860
anhydrides: 855959 Rochelle salts............. Lb. 750 547 862
8530507 Citric acid................Lb. 175,699 39,535 197,595 835998 Other potassium compounds
830509 (Oxalic acid................Lb, 683,923 8,896 69,643 (not fertilizers).........Lb. 277,225 48,955 297,586
850598 Other, except coal-tar.. Lb. 502,436 84,087 619,595 836214 Kernite or rasorite............Lb. 1,099,464 17,866 1,112,276
Inorganic: Borates, refined:
850700 Hydrochloric or muriatic...Lb. 184,655 8,115 247,196 836221 Ammonium borate..............Lb .......... .....................
850800 Boric or boracic, except in 836222 Borax glass.................. Lb. 6,490 897 7,414
small packages............Lb. 1,460,174 77,159 1,495,964 836227 Sodium metaborate............ Lb. 3,447 532 4,594
850910 Chromic ....................Lb. 6,717 1,452 7,498 836229 Sodium tetraborate, borax,
830930 Nitric.................... Lb. .110,424 7,398 177,285 sodium borate...............Lb. 1,654,160 51,455 1,875,881
850950 Sulphuric, fuming or oleum, 836298 Borates, n.e.s .................Lb. 7,0253 796 7,215
500 Baume basis...........Lb. 54,551 2,505 44,675 Sodium compounds, n.e.s.:
830970 Other sulphuric, 500 Baume 836400 Silicate or water glass......Lb. 1,187,720 51,711 1,257,512
basis.....................Lb. 657,278 18,873 798,250 836500 Carbonate, calcined or soda
Other inorganic acids and ash.........................Lb. 9,198,592 141,418 9,295,755
anhydrides: 856700 Bicarbonate or baking soda,
830990 Arsenious oxide or white except in Wall packages ....Lb. 2,712,566 54,854 2,749,6827
arsenic................. Lb. 17,997 1,155 19,584 8536800 Bichromate and chromate.....Lb. 642,857 48,894 672,264
830992 Molybdic acid and molybdenum 838900 Cyanide...................... Lb. 20,742 2,440 22,753
trioxide................Lb. 19 25 64 857300 Hydroxide or caustic soda,
850995 Phosphoric acid, ortho- except in small packages ....Lb. 20,049,905 471,539 21,S27,888
pyro-, and meta-........Lb. 508,375 56,987 557,981 837700 Sodium phosphate (mono-,
850995 Tungstic acid............Lb ................................ di-, tri-, meta-, or pyro)..Lb. 728,069 50,538 758,726
830998 Other inorganic acids and 857800 Hydrosulphite................Lb. 189,774 5,408 208,502
anhydrides..............Lb. 1,008,505 45,661 1,045,104 Other sodium compounds:
Alcohols: 837905 Sodium chlorate............Lb. 15,227 1,280 14,045
831000 Methanol....................Gal. 577,090 103,188 2,515,070 337909 Sodium perborate...........Lb. 5,542 856 5,906
831100 Ethylene glycol..............b 1,185,884 109,641 1,190,791 337996 Other, except sodium borates
851200 Solidified denatured alcohol.Lb. 1,875 217 2,545 and nitrate ..............Lb. 4,122,952 158,344 4,400,070
6531300 Butanol or butyl.alcohol.....Lb. 548,187 104,556 623,140 938100 Tin compounds..................Lb. 148 88 194



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Camodity Camedity
code No. Caogdity description and unit Net Value Shippode No Comodity description ad unit met Value
(ached- of quantity quantity (dollars) ( (Sched- of quantity quantity dollara)
ul, B) ule 8)

GROUP B.-CHEMCALS AND GROUP 8.-CHEMICAs AND
RELATED PRODUCTS-Continued RELATED PRODUCTS-Contined
IDU'AL CECALS-C atinued PIGMENTS, PAINTS AND
VARNILES--Cantinued
Amonium compoundst
858601 Aqua amonia, ammonia liquor Mineral-earth pigmants
or amanium hydroxide.......LA. 1,981,585 27,281 1,996,145 (dry)-Continued
858605 Bicarbmate and carbonate....Lb. 70,491 6,524 79,455 840500 Other mineral-earth pigments.Ib. 1,207,139 22,151 1,88)
858506 Chloride or sal amoniac .....Lb. 29,155 3,839 55,528 Chemical pigentat
88511 Ouanidins nitrate...........Lb ............. ... 841100 ZInc oxide.... ...........Lb. 1,724,708 143,6% 17
856&17 Nitrate ......................Lb. 700,527 51,295 713,873 841400 Lithopone...... ...... 2,666,900 119,915 $,TA$
856525 Urea .........................b. 205,850 8,991 208,270 841900 lampblack....................Lb. 32,851 3.718 $$
838598 Amnium compounds, n.a....... .......... 28,904 179,898 842300 Carbon black or gas black.... b. 10,201,825 580,84 13,858
Gases, compressed, liquefied, and 842400 Red lead, dry................Lb. 69,259 6,181 O
solidified; 642500 Litharge................ Lb. 484,290 36,632 600
859000 Asmonia, anhydrous...........Lb. 588,848 32,029 766,896 White leAd:
839100 Other gaseous refrigerants... Lb. 504,364 95,359 656,018 842600 Dry or basic lead
859200 Chlorine .....................Lb. 96,700 18,552 1,548,303 carbonate.................Lb. 760,846 5S291 T5
859400 Helium gas ..............fC.tt. 6,500 195 4,009 842700 In oil .....................Lb. 145,735 12,968 M
Gases. n.e.a., liquefied and 842800 Titanium dioxide and
solidifieds titanium pigments...........L 2,543,840 210,000 ,566=
839511 Lung irritants, n.e.e., except 842905 Chrome pigments containing
chlorine and chloropicrin.Lb. 200 50 218 10 per cut or hore chromia.Lb. 70,025 18,96 78
839513 Vesicants ..................b. .......... .......... Lead pigments:
839815 lachrymators...............Lb. .......... .......... ............. 842912 Orange mineral...........Lb. .......... ....., I.........
839517 Sternutators.............. Lb........... .......... ............. 842913 Sublimed lead or basic
859518. Sepening smoke......... ... .................................. ..........sulfate, dry.........Lb. 468 150
639519 Items enumerated in category 842919 Zinc sulfide...............Lb 4,015 2,00
VI at President's Proclamedon 842998 Chemical pigments, n.e.a... Lb. 788,314 138000 0N0
of May 1, 1957, n.e.a....... .......... .......... ...... 843000 Situminous paints, liquid and
859596 Other, n.e.o...............Lb. 941,578 48,739 1,258,059 plastic........................ .......... 5,04 7
Other industrial chemicals: Paste and senipaste paint colors
Antimony salts and compounds- 'in oil, putty and paste wood
59605 Antimony oxides (tri-, filler:
tetra-, penta-).......... Lb. 5,250 853 5,289 843103 Red lead in oil...........Lb. 11,948 1.550 18
8808 Other antimony salt and 843198 Other, except aluminum and
compounds..............Lb. 682,152 12,988 84,989 aluminump-brona pastes......Lb. 258,091 49,970 200
imuth salts and cnpoundas Water paints (all types)
859051 Bismuth nitrates and 843210 Water paints, dry............Lb. 583,771 33,368 WIN
Mixtures..................lb. 6,805 8,154 7,853 845230 Emulsion paints............Cal. 8,050 13,09 15
85964 Biamth carbonates and 843250 Water paints, in paste form,
mixtures.................Lb. 1,69 2,528 2,025 except emulsion paints.....Gal. 15,085 19,405 190
889638 Other......................Lb. 1,364 2,920 1,865 Nitrocellulose and other cellulose
85860 Cadmium salts and canpounds..Lb. 8 162 86 lacquerst
889870 Chromium salts and compounds, 843310 Pigmented...................Gal. 5,996 986b90e 6
except chemical pigments.... Lb. 8,763 789 6,605 843410 Clear.......................Gal. 10,216 24.724 SB
839890 Cobalt salts and compounds, 843510 Thinners for nitrocellulose and
except chemical pigments....Lb. 14,749 10,372 17,313 other cellulosic lacquers..Gal. 05,857 88,704 524
Copper salt and compoundsa 845800 Ready-mixed paints, stains,
889715 Cupric oxide...............Lb. 602 108 559 and enamels..................Gal. 248,70 501,299 8,088
859717 Cuprous oide..............Lb. 18,240 4,336 19,518 844210 Varnishes, natural or
859718 Other.....................Lb. 15,520 3,402 18,980 synthetic....................Gal. 47,874 0,s5 441
Manganese salts and compound FERTILIRS FERTILIZER
80722 Manganese dioxide (including ItIIU N NTLZ
battery six)..............Lb. 419,905 17,275 424,419
889728 Other......................Lb. 25,413 2,810 29,508 Nitrogenous fertilizer materials
Mercury salts and compoundas Nitrogenous chemical materialat
859741 Merourous chloride or 850500 Ammonium sulphate..........Lb. 1,023,800 19,501 1106
al 1...................lb. 702 1,544 1,046 850903 Calcium cyanamide ..Lb.......... .......... .........
859742 Mercurt chloride or 805005 Calcium nitrate............ 50 196
corrosive sublimate.......Lb. 711 1,277 1,049 850919 Sodium nitrate, n.s.a......Lb. 1,855,517 42.082 1,890
839745 Mercuric fulminate.........Jb. .......... .......... ............. 850925 Urea.......................Lb. 1,000,800 29,578 1,0LB
889745 Mercuric oxide, red and 850998 Nitrogenous chemical
yellow....................Lb. 1,629 4,322 2,810 materials, n.e.e..........Lb. 96,968 4,861 97
839748 Other.....................Lb. 258 1,364 535 851000 Nitrogenous organic waste
859758 Nolybdenum salts and oam- materials.................Lb. 1,211 .E 13,536 1,82
pounds, n.e.a ..............Lb. .......... .......... ............. Phosphatic fertilizer material.:
859760 Nickel salts and compounds.. .Lb. 65,745 25,408 70,847 Phosphate rocks
859775 Radium salts and compounds, Florida:
radium content.............Mgn. 3 788 21 851510 High-grade hard rock ...L.ton .......... .......... .........
Strontium salts and compounds 851520 Land pebble..........L.ton 15,171 172,298 58,000
839780 Celestite or mineral strontium 851580 Other..................L.ton 144 5,072 322
sulfate................... Lb............ .......... ............. 851580 Tennessee, Idaho, and
839784 Strontium nitrate..........Lb. 40,333 3,190 42,108 Montana rock............L.ton 0,506 57,526 19,17
839785 Strontium soalate..........Lb. .......... .......... .............. 851901 Normal superphosphate, contain839788 Other.......................Lb. 155 76 184 ing not more than 25 percent
839810 Titanium tetrachloride.......Lb. 56,250 11,100 42,000 available phosphoric acid... I. 17,875,916 131,176 17,86
839818 Other titanium salts and 851909 Concentrated superphosphate,
compounds...................Lb. 650 121 4SS containing more than 28 per839822 Tungsten salts and cnmpounds.Lb. 15 33 48 cent available phosphoric
859830 Uranium salts and compounds.Gram 5,230 90 64 acid........................Lb 10,217,820 147,248 10,88
Vanadium salts and compounds: 852000 Other phosphate materials....Lb. 282,000 't,687 26
839836 Vanadium oxide.............Lb. 2,530 5,650 3,721 Potassic fertilizer material:
859838 Other..................Ib. .......... .......... ............. 855101 Potassium chloride.........Lb. 10,746,565 150,941 10,76
Zinc salts and compounds 853105 Potassium sulfate............Lb, 1,115,030 20,950
859845 Zinc chloride..............Lb. 7,519 471 8,132 853107 Potassic fertilizer materials,
839847 Zinc sulfate...............Lb. 145,056 8,564 146,550 n.e~s., containing 20 or more
839848 Other......................Lb. 54,542 8,569 58,189 potassium oxide,(KaO)equivZirconium salts and compounds talent, n.e.s. (25 Kz0 content
859854 Zirconium oxides...........Lb. 46,220 10,466 48,531 equivalent basis)...........Lb. 2,054,880 15,982 8,056
849858 Other......................Lb. 68,580 7,665 71,695 853187 Potassic fertilizer materials
Platinum group salts and containing less than 20 percent
compounds potassium oxide KaO
839874 Platinum.................os. 6 3 2 equivalent..............Lb..... .......... .. ...........
859878 Other platinum group salts 854000 Nitrogenous phosphatic types...Lb, 1,716,250 42,954 1,768
and compounds...........T.os. 2 80 1 855100 Prepared fertilizer mixtures... Lb. 1,547,284 40,446 1,62
83988 Thorium salts and
compounds .................Lb. 570 855 608 EPIDSIVES, FUSES, ETC.
839867 Phosphorous, elemental.......Lb. 32,938 17,444 42,570 Explosives:
839892 Cerium compounds..........Lb. ................... 860101 Smokeless powder............. b. 8,339,410 1,895,500 10,9 5
839895 Indium compounds..........Lb............. .......... .............8 8010. Cordite .d...............
839898 Other industrial chemicale...... .......... 267,599 3,255,510 880400 Dynamite,....................Lb. 538,700 73,576 0@
PIGMENTS, PAINTS AND VARtuiNE Other explosives
Consurcial explosives:
Mineral-earth pigments (dry): 860901 Blasting Gelatin.........Lb. 100,000 22,0/6 118
840100 Ocher, umber, sienna, and 860902 Gelignite................Lb. 264,000 41.048 296
other forms of iron oxide 860905 Similar explosive
for paints..................lb. 891,420 40,990 915,982 compounds...............Lb. 256,000 31,231 M29



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UNITED STATES EXPORTS OF DOMESTIC IAERCHANDISE-APRIL, 1945--Continued


N Comodity description and unit Nt Value Sipg Comodi odity description and unit Net value
shof quantity quantity (dollars) (Sche- of quatity quantity ( p )


,GROUP 6.-'HMICALS AND GROUP 9.-MISCELJAMSOUS-Cont.
HEATED PRODUCTS-ontinued
EEPSIVES, FUSES, ETC-Continued PHOTOGRAPHIC AND PROJECTION
GOODS-C-ntinued
Esplosives-Continued
Ot er explosives-.Continued Exposed motion-picture fils-0O.
B00O05 Load aside.................Lb. .......... ........ ............. Negative--Continued
80907 itroglycerin ..............Lb. 98 106 115 912150 Features, 16 -. (1800
00 Mitrostarnh ................ Lb. .......... .......... ............. linear feet or over)..Lin.ft. 85,654 1,948 74
600 Nitromannite ............... Lb. ......... .......... ............. 912131 Features, 16 m. (1600
8095 Tetryl .....................Lb. .......... .......... ............. linear feet or over)
8505 Trinitrotoluane (TNT)......Lb. 800,250 15,615 912,525 quantity only in number of
650904 Fentolite................ Lb.I .......... .... ..................... complete features ........ o. 52 .......... ..........
MOG Other explosive ..........Lb. 174,550 25,557 192,578 912140 Short subjects, 55 m.
Fuses and blasting caps (less than 4000 linear
650 Safety fusese ............. Lin.ft. 7,951,900 44,658 157,809 feet)................ Lin.ft. 87,800 4,119 715
<8900 Blasting cape................No. 5,277,950 195,104 187,787 912141 Short subjects, 55 m.
(less than 4000o linear
SOAP AND TOILET PREPARATIONS feet) quantity only, in
ber of reels or rolls .....No. 112 .......... .............
SOAp: 912160 Short subjects, 16 m.
871000 Medicated................. .Lb. 50,488 50,610 67,465 (less than 1600 linear
871200 Toilet or fancy..............Lb. 1,565,000 528,7289 1,827,506 feet).................Lin.ft. 174,351 8,551 1,995
8700 Laundry.....................Lb. 416,975 35,634 475,550 912161 Short subjects, 16 mI.
71800 Powdered or flaked...........Lb. 557,825 92,983 656,251 (less than 1600 linear
871O Shauing creams ..............Lb. 15,585 8,712 27,754 feet) quantity only, in
71900 Shaving cakes, powders, and number....................No. 441 ......................
ticks ..................b. 12,947 13,047 19,118 912170 Newnsreels..............Lin.ft. 18,805 98 115
87400 Scouring bricks, pastes, 912171 Newsreels, quantity only...No. 52 ...... ...............
powders, soaps, and house- 912180 Trailers, inserts, and
hold washing powders ........Lb. 418,791 57,400 487,681 replacements .......... Lin.ft. 56,798 1,201 500
072900 Other soaps..................Lb. 180,585 22,P2 206,411 912181 Trailers, inserts, and
T400 Dental creams.................lb. 1s1,186 141,542 227,938 replacements, quantity
873500 Other dentifrices.............lb. 8,454 8,046 12,192 only.....................N o. 113 .......... .............
Toilet powders 912190 Negative 8 m. film....Lin.ft. .......... .......... .............
874000 Talcum powder, in packages ...... .......... 39,578 145,896 912191 Negative 8 m. fila ,
8200 Face and compact powder ......... .......... 118,019 11,643 quantity only............No ..................... .............
Cream, rouges and other 912200 Sound track............Lin.ft. 218,80 5,215 1,811
cosmetics 912201 Sound track, quantity
75000 Cold creams.................Lb. 27,805 17,727 49,062 only.....................N o. 26 .......... .............
510D Vanishing creams............Lb. 23,87 3.5,560 5,836 Positive:
7M00 Other creams, lotions and 912320 Features, SS Um. (4000
balms.......................... .......... 72,079 12,~46 linear feet or
7600 Rouges ..................................... 48,304 17,947 over)................. Lin.ft. 15,092,008 590,491 105,07
87500 Up sticks...................... .......... 1683,6529 39,1065 912521 Features, 35 me. (4000
5700 Other cosmetics................. .......... 50,564 17,208 linear feet or over)
575900 Manicuring preparations......... 44,229 80,513 quantity only..........No. 1,859 .......... .............
856700 Depilatories and deodorants....... ..8,304 14,451 912550 Features, 16 m. (1800
876500 air preparations................. .......... 194,656 780,557 linear feet or
876600 Perfumery and toilet mters................. .117,707 ,265: over).................Lin.ft. 685,071 17,740 3,057
877000 Other toilet preparations ......... .......... 11,500 20,784 9125531 Features, 18 m. (1600
linear feet or over)
ROUP 9.- -SCMLANOUS ................. 76,747,911 211,150,025 quantity only............No. 205 .......... .............
912540 Short subjects, 5 m.
PHOTOGRAPHIC AND PROJECTION GOODS (less than 4000 lin.
ft.)................. In.ft. 81,798 20,241 5,06
Camera: 91251 Short subjects, 36 m.
Motion-picture- (lesa than 4000 linear
900050 Standard gauge (56 m.)... No. 9 5,000 641 feet, quantity only) No. 4...... .... ...........
900150 Substandard gauge (16 m.).No. 5 1,261 108 912360 Short subjects, 16 m.
90010 Substandard gauge (8 m.)..No. 3 1,440 167 (less than 1600 linear
Except motion-picture: feet) ................. Lin.ft. 1,257,228 44,536 T,71
9081 Aerial cameras, aircraft 912561 Short subjects, 18 m.
instrumet..............No. 620 457,958 58,926 (less than 1600 linear
90055 Aerial cameras, n.e. ......No. ......... ....... ............. feet) quantity only......No. 3,212 ....... .............
90855 Gun camera ...............No. .......... ................ 91270 News ..................... ln.ft. 751,510 18,226 5082
900P56 Studio, photo-engraving, 912371 Newsreels, quantity
coin-operated, and only......................No. 1,028 .......... .............
similar types of cameras 912380 Trailers, inserts, and
for professional, scientific, replacements.......... inft. 324,851 10,76 3,2
or comercial use.........No. 16 7,640 4,6265 91231 Trailers, inserts, and
900500 Box type (set focus).......o. 144 713 96 replacements, quantity
900600 Other.....................No. 496 16,559 1,65 only.....................No. 1,54 ......... .............
900800 Parts of cameras, except lensesa... .......... 19,252 8,550 912590 Positive 8 m. tila .... Lin.ft. 57,127 1,19 165
Motion-picture projectors 912591 Positive 8 m. fils,
900700 Standard gauge (35 me.)......No. 140 22,621 14,062 quantity only............No. 30 .......... .............
Substandard gauge (16 mm.): 912400 Sound track ............ Lin.ft. 49,546 1,699 SEE
900850 Silent.....................No. 106 7,249 6,724 912401 Sound track, quantity
0080 Sound.....................No. 268 4,598 30,750 only.....................No. 54 .......... .............
900850 Substandard gauge (8 m.), Other sensitised films, unexposed
silent.....................No. 1 15 20 912500 Cartridge or rolls ..........No. 579,832 23,985 114,705
90000 Except motion picture,.......No. 157 9,554 7,754 Packs of sheets:
Moticn-picture sound equipment 912810 X-ray, number of sheetst ... No. 2,660,765 208,070 182,006
901000 Recording....................... .......... 58,524 7,294 912690 Other, number of sheets,.. .No. 305,634 27,401 19,70
901100 Reproducing.............................. 82,118 67,995 912700 Dry plates .............C...Doa. 3,682 26,0 155,12
90000 Arc lamps, motion picture 912900 Photographic papdr.........Lb. 470,745 292,789 58,48
projection...................No. 26 3,559 5,782 914000 Photographic apparatus and
95200 Motion-picture screens ...................... 14,722 22,55 supplies, n.e.e ....................... 174,752 117,216
98900 Parts and equipment for projection
and studio apparatus ............. .......... 51,494 28,985 SCIETIFIC AND PROFESSIONAL INMotion-picture films, unexposed: STRUMENTS, APPARATUS, AND SUPPLIES
Sensitizsed, S5
911710 Positive film ..........Lin.ft. 22,419,501 199,501 165,071 Optical goode:
911720 Negative film ..........Lin.ft. 2,06,965 6,810 17,962 914200 Ophthalmice lones, except
Sensitized, 16 m blanks .................... Pair 15,8 4,814 11.185
911750 Poastive film .......... nft. 941,002 8,448 4,250 914550 Sun or glare glasses and
9L1740 Negative film..........Lin.ft. 510,790 11,902 2,959 aun goaggles.................... .......... 106,917 55,00
Sensitized, 8 mu: 91490 Spectacles., eyeglaseae,
11750 Positive film. .........Lin.ft. ................................. goggles, la es, n.e...,
911760 Negative film..........Lin.ft. 185,545 5,990 1,589 and frame..................... .......... 431,926 60,605
Exposed motion-picture films: 914700 Optical lenses, not fitted to
Negative instrument .................No. 1,16 6,358 611
912120 Features, 35 mm. (4000 914950 Baoculars................No. 20 1,4685 10
linear feet or over)..Lin.ft. 562,642 28,552 4,004 914950 Microscopeas and accessoriesa..... .......... 86,750 12,725
912121 Features, 35 m. (4000 914998 Optical goodes, n.e.s............ .......... 1,m 17,4866
linear teet or over,) 915000 Dental instruments ................ .......... 48,020 5.15
quantity only in 91200 Teeth..........................No. 5,977,678 531,122 11,348
amber ofcomplete 9165300 Preciouas metals for dentistry,
features..................No. 149 .......... ............. except silver alloys and aalga .......... 40021 55








NITED STATES EX ORTS OF DOMESTIC MERCHANISE--APRIL, 1948-Contninued

Caelty Comodity
od o. Comodity description and unit Net Value code No. Coamodity description and unit Not Value
(Sed of quantity quantity (dollars) (Sched- of quantity quantity (dollars)


GO"P9e-MISCLIAN US--Cont. CROUP 9.- LANED -Cont.
SCITIFIC AND P SSIOAL SCIDNTFIC AND PROFESSIONAL
33ISinITS, APPAR ATUS, DINSTRUMMENTS, APPARATUS
AND SUPPLES-Cantinued AND SUPPLIES-Continued

91S50 Dental office equijmnt ..................... 98,916 95,681 Military equipment, apparatus and
til O Dental supplies, n.e. a............ .......... 195,278 296,209 parts, not containing optical
916500 Sterilisera ....................No. 439 54,447 68,5337 elements (fire-control instru915700 Srgical and medical ments included)-Continued
nstrumit ...................... .......... 425,489 121,692 91908 Self-synchronous transmitters am
91600 Sergical appliances ............... .......... 154,338 72,24 indicators, such as seleyns and
MiLitary equipment, apparatus, synchro units and switchboards
and parts, containing optical therefor, except aircraft ...... .......... 710
elements (Fire-control instru- 91908? Sound and flash ranging
asmats included): apparatue............... ... .......... 13,396 6,40
Directors and parts 919089 Sound locator* for aircraft, and
901 V 5 37 W gun ............No. 8 1,5684.880 296,3502 binaural trainerse, therefore,
915906 5 -U.S.; M 6 R for ground use................ .. ... .. .....................
40 gun ................. No. .......... .......... ............. 91909 Gas masks (except oxygen masks
916906 V 7 90 M01 gun ............ No .......... .......... .............. uwed in high-altitude flying.,
915907 M 314 5.7 inch gun ....... No .......... .......... ............. oxygen tents, and gas and
915908 Directors, n.e.s ...........No. 12 252,000 30,288 oxygen administering equipment ........... .......... .............
910 Parts and accessories for 919095 Submarine listening devices............... 1,092 5,06
directors ................. No .......... 77,847 22,952 919094 Tachaometers, except aircraft.No. 16 9,499 1461
Finders, height and range, 919095 Aircraft pilot trainers, for
and parts: ground instruction of pilots,
91592 Infantry range finders ..... No ................................. student pilots, and combat
915923 Artillery range finders.... No. 1 5,000 1,240 crews in instrument flying
9155 Height finders, navigation, bombing, or
stereoscopic ..............No. 6 26,486 1,596 gunnery.................No.... .......... ... ......
915927 Height finders, 919096 Parts of aircraft pilot trainers .......1,94 4,07
coincidence..............No. .................................. 919096 Other scientific, laboratory,
91598 Height and range finders, and professional instruments,
n.e. a.....................o. .......... ....................... apparatus, and parts, n.e.a...... .......... 1,144,421 1,00,
915929 Parts and accessories for
height and ranger ........ No. .......... 17,197 8,415 MUSICAL INSRUMENTS
Sights, except bamb-sights-:
915941 Aircraft gun-sights. .......No. ................................. Pianos:
91943 Tank-sights................No ................................. 921100 New.........................No. 16 7,661 9,17
9159415 Gun-sights, rifle and 921200 Used or rebuilt.............. No. 37 10,057 ,67
machine (telescopic sights 923000 Pipe organs................... No. ......... .......................
included).................No. 12 933 66 923200 Other organs.................No. 1 88 7
915947 Artillery eights........... No .................... ............. Phonographs and parts,
915948 Sights, n.e.s..............No .......... .......... ............ 2500 Coin-operated................No. 114 31,965 429
Telescopes and periscopes. 923600 Other........................No. 46 2,255 L
915951 Telescopes, flank 923900 Phonograph parts .......................... 55,672 1,91
spotting..................No. ................................. 924200 Phonograph records, except
915953 Telescopes B.C. Battery motion-picture sound records
Command ..................No. 1 1,470 225 and dlctaphone records..................... 107,860 18089
915955 Periscopes...............No. 752 10,058 8,485 Band instruments
915968 Telescopes, n.e.. .........No. 80 19,701 6,148 924500 Percussion ................................ 1,59 817
915959 Parts and accessories for 924700 Brass-wind instruments.......No. 10 2,468 571
sights, telescopes, and 9 O24800 Wood-wind instruments........No. 24 1,549 47
periscopes............................... 263,816 35,255 929500 String instruments.............No 508 3,749 2,9
915961 Fire-control equipment sets..No ................................. 929500 Other musical instruments ................... 4,69 2,96
915968 Fire-control equipment, n.e.s ............. 141,877 89,560 929700 Musical instrument parts and
915971 Aiming circles ............... No ................................. accessories, n.e.s ......................... 43,06 19,97
915979 Other military equipment
containing precision optical MISCEILLANBDUS OPFICE SUPPLI2S
systems........... .......... ......... 100 5
Surveying and engineering Mechanical pencils:
instrument, equipment and parts, 930100 Of plastic materials........Dos. 3,832 50,471 1.90
n.e.s 950200 Of other materials..........Dos. 00 1,978 21
916011 Transits ....................No. 120 15,262 5,149 Pencils, except mechanical
916015 Levels....................... No. 10s 9,226 2,773 930410 Of black lead.............Grosse 47,758 105,329 114,4
918015 Compassee ...................o. 2,072 1,576 5388 90M20 Other.....................Gross 11,717 41,674 5,720
916017 Plane tables................ No. 25 5,295 1,207 930530 Pencil leads ................. Gross 90,156 32,014 48,912
916019 Map reproduction equipment ................ 1,702 564 950550 Pencil parts ...................... ...... .. ,214 1,07
91601 Draing equipment and parts ............... 5.,681 19,514 930800 Crayons.......... ......... Gross 56,512 25,424 3A61,081
916029 Other surveying and engineering Fountain and stylographic penas
instrumnte, equipment and 930900 Of plastic materials........Dos. 12,058 174,306 7,88
parts, n.e.s ................... .......... 30,870 12,596 951000 Of other materials..........Dos 550 ,8 45
919005 Radio ground equipment used 951200 Parts, except pen points.................. 15,045 1,483
for the direction and 951600 etallic pen points..........Gross 46,50 45,991 14,0 4
navigation of aircraft........... .......... 5,751,398 2,364,773 951900 Other penholders and parts................. 6,328 8,059
Military equipment, apparatus and 932100 Writing ink................................ 47,046 519,3
parts, not containing optical 932200 Printing and lithographic ink..Lb. 717,588 152,437 819,45
elements (fire-control instru- 932900 Other ink............................... .. 11,881 ,I517
ments included), 959100 Paste and mucilage.............Lb 42,300 10,047 85,791
919050 Asimuth instruments, except 939200 Carbon paper ................... Lb. 67,481 78,351 95691
aircraft...................No. 1 4,960 1,210 959600 Typewriter ribbons...........Doz. 8,768 31,201 18,93
919053 Drift meters, except 959900 Other office supplies ....................... 154,498 204,464
aircraft................... No ......... .......... .............
919065 Lead computors ...............No. 210 1,029 5,192 TOYS, ANTHLETIC AND SPORTING D0000S
919057 Other navigational instruments,
except marine chronometers and Toys (dolls and children's wheel
aircraft navigational instru- good, included),
mnte .................. No.....M. 251 24,784 15,547 940000 Dolls and parts................ ......... 18,007 17,717
919059 Range finder trainers .......No. .................................. 940500 Children's wheel goods and parts .... 649 1,
919061 Control apparatus for position- 940800 Mechanical toys and parts................. 49 14
ing guns....................... .......... 68,769 6,719 Toys, n.e.s.:
9190603 Fuse setters .................No. 1 185 38 940900 Metal.............................. .2,410 4,17
919084 Gyroscopic stabilizing instru- 941000 Wood.................................... 12,942 89.888
ments, except aircraft......No ................................. 941800 Toys, and parts, n.e.s .................. 7,565 20,1
919067 Gunners and range quadrants..No. 512 16,612 1,469 Athletic and sporting goods:
919069 Magnetic and gyroscopic 942000 Fishing rode.................No. 51 54 16
compasseo, except aircraft..No ................................ 942100 Fishing reels.............. No. 19 576 6
919071 Plotting boards..............No. 734 120,474 29,664 942200 Other fishing tackle and parts,
91907 All apparatus, or parts, for except for comercial fishing ........... 19,9 15,01
detecting, sighting, or 943500 Golf balls ...............Dos. 314 2,22 07
determining position of a 943400 Foot, basket, base, tennis,
surface, sub-surface, or and other balls, except balls
aerial target ................. .......... 2,088,710 388,717 wholly of rubber ......................... 51,68 8,91
919081 Range correction board..... .......... ....................... Other athletic and sporting
9190082 Range keepers or other goods, except shoes, firearms,
ballistic computing and amu ition:
mechanisms ............................... 5,726 83 945000 Golf clubs ................ No. 6 704



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UNITED STATES EXPORTS OF DC1MESTIC IERCHANDISE-APRIL, 1945-Continued

CComodity
ode o Codity description and unit Net value code No. Commodity tscrption and unit Net Value ]
ot~"gh quantqunttityllrs we jit
(S q t ituntt ( a weight (Sched- of quantity quantity (dollars) (P
o B) d(pounds) Ule a)


GROUP 9.-MISCELIAEOUS--Cunt. GROUP 9.-MISCIANEQUS-4aont.
TOTS, AT8HIC AND SPORTING FIREARMS, AMUTIC AND
G00DS-Continued PROTENCWICS-Continued

Athletic and sporting goods-Cont. Firearm and ordnance, except
Other athletic and sporting fire-control equipment--Continued
goods, except shoes, firearms, Infantry support weapons and
and amunition--Continued parts-Cntinued
9000 Ice skate ................ Pair .......... .......... ........... 947749 75-MM Antitank
100 Roller skates.............Pair 120 222 502 equipment gun ............ No. .......... ........... .........
9 500 Billiard tables and 947750 3-inch Antitank equipment gun
accessories ............................ 26,855 95,601 except self-propelled ..... No. .......... .......... .............
9900 Other ......................... .......... 52.821 45,297 947752 5-inch Antitank equipment
95000 Amanent park and playground guns, self-propelled......No .......... .......... .............
device end parts ........................ 15,358 111,540 947764 Infantry support weapons,
n.e.s.-Guns..............No. ......... .......... .............
MISCEU.ANBOUS MILITARY EQUIPF1T 947769 Parts and aooessoriee faor
infantry support weapons
Bridges and bridge building (carriage included).................... 18,272 24,666
equipment, and parts engineers: Field Artillery and pactas
946001 Cable bridge ................No ................................. 947801 75-MM guns, except self94005 Foot bridges..............No..........o. ...... ............ ........................ propelled................o .................................
906005 Portable ferries.............No .................... ............ 947802 75-MM guns, self propelled.No. ................... .............
946007 Pontoon bridge ..............No .................... ............. 947803 18-Pounder gun ............ so .................... .............
94600 Bridges, n.e.s ...............No. 17 595,718 2,1Z8,825 947805 25-Pounder gun ........... No ..................... ............
94609 Parts and accessories for bridge 947907 4.5-inch guns...........No. .................. .............
building................................ 441,013 2,888,797 947811 4.7-inch guns ............No .................... ,...........
996051 Kitchen meass and field baking 947815 6-inch guns................No ..................... .............
equipment........................ .......... 7,785 27,795 947815 155 MM guns, new and
$071 Military equipage, n.e. .................... 112,191 136,881 modernized................ o. 8 406,127 81,128
947817 8-inch guns................ o. 2 64,086 68,000
FIREARMS, AMMUNITION AND 947821 75-4 Howitsers, field
PTROTHNICS and pack, except
self -propelled............No ..................... .............
Firearms and ordnance, except 947822 75-jM Howitzers, selffire-control equipment: propelled...............No. 2 16,671 4,89
Revolvers and pistols: 947823 105-M Howitsers, except
947004 .22-Caliber................No. 2 65 6 self-propelled...........No .......... .......... .............
947005 .32-Caliber ................No .................... .............. 947824 1056- Howitsers, self
947006 .38-Caliber................ No. 7,465 .20,960 22,629 propelled................. NO .................................
947007 .45-Caliber................No. 1,004 47,092 5,657 947825 4.5-inch Howitzers.........No ..................... .............
947006 Revolvers and pitolsn.e.s.No. 26 482 54 947827 5.6-inch Howitzers.........No ..................... .............
947009 Parts and accessories for 947851 6-inch Howitzers...........No ..................... .............
revolvers and pistols.................. 11,202 2,566 947853 155-M Howitzers, new and
947100 Small arms equipment ...................... 5,441 11,560 modernized................No ..................... .............
947221 Rifles, .22-Caliber No...........No. ....... .......... ............. 947855 7.2-inch Howitzers No......... .................... .............
947222 Rifles, .30-Caliber carbine- 947857 8-inch Howitzers ...........No ..................................
N 1................... No. 1 21 12 947841 240-Ml Homitsers.........No. ................................
947225 RifleS, .5-aliber MIl, Garand 947845 9.2-inch Howitzers ......... No ..................... .............
and Johnson.................No .................... ............. 947846 Field Artillery, n.e......No .................... .............
947224 Rifles, .50-Caliber M-1905, 947849 Parts and accessories for
Springfield and -1917, field artillery (carriages,
Enfield..................... No. 5,000 24,682 68,780 adaptors, limbers and
947225 Rifles. .505-Caliber, caissone included)........... .......... 318,622 252,064
Lee Enfield ...............No. 1is 52 195 Coast and railway artillery,
947227 Antitank rifles, and parts;
.55 Caliber boys............ No ..................... ............. 947561 Seacoast guns 6-, 8-, 9.2-,
947 E8 Rifles, n.e.8 ................No. 5 207 86 12-, 14-,and 16- inch.....No. .................... .............
947259 Parts and accessories for rifles 5.......... ,458 2,044 947853 Railway guns 8-, 9.2-, 12-,
947500 Shotguns.....................No. 245 2,862 1,851 and 14- inch ..............No .................... ........
Automatic arms and parts: 947855 12-inch Howitzers........No ......... .......... .............
947701 Machine guns, .50-Caliber, 947857 12-inch mortars ...........No .................... .............
aircraft..................No. 150 29,610 7,200 947858 16-inch Howitzers No..........No ................................
947705 Machine guns, .505-Caliber, 947859 Parts and accessories for
aircraft .................. No .................... ............. coast and railway artillery............ 1,218 375
947705 Machine guns, .50-Caliber, Anti-aircraft artillery, and
aircraft .................. No 465 259,551 48,163 parts, except naval artillery:
947707 Machine guns, .30-Caliber, 947861 .57-MM IA guns, wheeledjo............. ........ .............
ground and tank ..........No. ..................... ............. 947862 .50 Caliber machine guns ...No ..................................
947711 Machine guns, .3035-Caliber, 947863 40MM guns ...............No .................. .............
ground and tank........... No ......... .......... ............ 947864 .50-Caliber machine guns...No. 80 608,4359 505,000
947713 Machine guns, .50-Caliber, 947865 5-inch guns................ .................... .............
ground and tank...........No .................... ............. 947867 90-MM guns.................No ..................... .............
947715 Machine guns, .5-inch Caliber, 947871 $.7-inch guns ..............No ..................... .............
navy.....................No .................... ............. 947875 4.7-inch guns ............No .................,. .............
947717 Sub-machine guns, .45 Caliber, 947875 105-MM guns ................No .................. .............
Thompson..................No. ..................... ............. 947877 Anti-aircraft artillery,
947721 Sub-machine guns, n.e.s..................o... ..............................
9-MM Caliber..............No .................... ............. 947879 Parts and accessories for
947725 Automatic rifles. .50 Caliber, anti-aircraft artillery (barU-1918 and M-1918 A 2, rels and carriages included). .......... 158,410 210,905
Browning................ .................... ............... Anti-aircraft armment and
947725 Automatic arms, n.e.s ......No .......... .......... ............ parts, except machine guns
947729 Parts and accessories for and anti-aircraft artillery
automatic arms (mounts, bar- 947901 20-1M Hispano suiza M-l
role, and adaptors included) .......... 591,051 446,959 aircraft guns .............No. 1 400 650
Infantry support weapons, and 947905 3?7-WM-M-4 Aircraft guns .... No ..................... .............
parts: 947905 Aircraft armament, n.e.e...No ..................... .............
947751 2-inch mortars .............No. ................... .............. 947909 Parts and accessories for
947753 60-M mortars ..............No ..................... ............. aircraft armament (mounts
947756 3-inch mortars ..........No........... ........ ............... and barrels included)................... 481,748 120,847
947757 81-M mortars, except Tank armament, and parts,
self-propelled. ............ No .......... .......... ............. except machine gunat
947758 81-4al mortars, 947911 57-MW tank guns ........... NO ..................... .............
self-propelled...........No ..................... ............. 947915 2-Pounder, 40-M tank guns.No ..................... .............
947741 57-M Antitank equipment guns, 947915 6-Pounder, 57-M tank guns.No .................................
except self-propelled.....No. 36 96,865 47,340 947917 75-MM tank guns.......... No. 4 5,215 18,276
947742 57-M Antitank equipment guns, 947921 5-inch tank guns ...........No .................... .............
self-propelled............No .................... ............. 947926 Tank armament, n.e.s No........ .................... ............
947743 2-Pounder, 40-M, Antitank 947929 Parts and accessories for tank
equipment guns ............ No ......... .......... ............. armament (mounts included)............. 152.555 96,170
947745 6-Powunder, 57-1M, Antitank Naval artillery and parts
equipment guns, except self- 947931 20- Oerlikon guns, antipropelled...............No. 1 5,298 5,010 aircraft.................No. 20 46,000 20,180
947748 6-Pounder, 57-4M, Antitank 947955 40-W Bofors guns, antiequipment gunse, self- aircraft, twin and quadruple
propelled............ ....... ..No.................... .............. mounts ...................No. .......... .......... ...........


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INTE'D STATES EXPORTS OF DOMESTIC MERCHANDISD-APRIL, 1945-Continued

Commodity
ode No. Comeity description and unit Net Value wecode No. Commodity description and unit Net value
(aee- of quantity quantity (dollars) (Sclea. of quantity quantity (dolle)
UDp n) vwnle.)

am S.-4113zLU~MU-Cust. G301W 9. -iasi' wus-co+
?HAAM, AMUNITIC AND FIREARMS, AMUNITION AND
Pa aCglCeS-mtanuad PIROTECHNICS-Cantinued

Firtem ad ordane, meept Firearms and ordnance, except
tire-cntrol equipmt-C Ua d fire-control equipment-Continued
Naval artillery and Amunition for infantry support
parts-Continued weapons and tank guns, under
N673S 1.1 inch guns, anti- 75-WM-Continued
aborat..................ot. .......... ..3........ ............. 7-m tank and antitank
96797 3-inb 50-caliber gune, gun--Continued
antiaircraft ..............o. .......... .......... 948221 Armor-piercing shots.....No. .......... .......... ......
967041 5-inch 25-caliber gum, anti- 968223 High explosive shells... ..........
ai raft ..................NO. ..... .... ............. 948224 Canister shells.......... No. .......... .......... ..........
967963 -inch 38-caliber gus, anti- 2-Pounder, 40-W tank and
aircraft (twin sont, single antitank gun;
bae.*.ring. and single 948225 Armor-piercing shella....No. .......... .......... .......
pedestal included) ........o. 968227 Aror-piercing shot......No. .......... ..........
967M 2-Poundar 4046 gone .......So. 948231 &-founder, 57-W tank and
96734? 3-Ponder guns .............o. antitank gun:
967951 l2-Pounder guna............NO. .......... .......... ............. 394825 Armor-piercing shot......No. .......... .......... ............
9679 3-inch 23-caliber gtne.....1o. 948235 High explosive shells.... NO. .......... .......... ............
947966 4-inch British tpe guns..o . 948237 Amunition for infantry
967967 4-inch 50-caliber guns.....No. .......... .......... ..... support weapons and tank
967M1 4.7 inch guns ..............No. guns, n.e................ No. 14,99 22,641 4000
947965 6-13ch $1-caliber guns.....o.......... .......... ............. 968239 Components for infantry
67965 5-inch 56-caliber gune......o ..........s...................... support weapon and tank
T6796f T-Ons....................,Mo. ......... ........................gun amunition.............. ............ .
36791 Naval guns, n.e.e. ($-inch Amition for field, seacoast,
47.ealiber, 8-inch 55-calibes; and railway artillery .75-41M
18.dach 50-caliber, 16-inah and over:
45-aliber, and 15-*ch SO* 75-M gun:
caliber included).........go. 1 18,000 75.000 948501 Armor-piercing shot......No. 1,055 7,813 M5g0
969&79 Parts and accessories for 968302 Saud-amor piercing
naval gus (mount included).. .......... 220,05 180,747 shelle..............No. ......... .......... ....
Amuition for mall arms, .O 948505 High explosive shelle.. No. 40,201 389,685
caliber and under: 968306 Chemical shells..........No. 9,000 97.905 274,60
.28-caliber: 948307 Shrapnel.................No. .......... .......... ............
96810L Balls..................Round 6,541,500 19,401 39,190 18-Pounder gun:
94810 Tracers................Round .......... .......... ............. 968511 Armor-piercing shot......No. .......... .......... .........
9-@: 948315 Semi-armor piercing
960105 Balls..................Round .......... .......... ................o................sgot.... ............
68107 Tracers................Round .................................. 968315 High explosive shells.. .No. .......... .......... ............
.0-caliber: 968317 Chemical shells..........No. ......... .......... .............
968111 Balls..................Round 201,088 88,422 146,780 948321 Shrapnel.............No. .......... .......... ............
948113 Tracers.............Road......................... ....... ............ 25-Pounder gun:
968116 Armor piercing 948325 Armor-piereing shot......No. .......... .......... ............
cartridges............Round .................... ............. 948325 High explosive shells.. N o. .......... .......... ............
966117 Grenado cartridges.....Round .......... .......... ............. S-inch tank and antitank gun:
968119 Carbine cartridges.....Round 1,600 40 55 948327 Armor-piercing shot. No..... .. ..........
968121 Incendiary cartridges..Roud .................... ............. 948329 Chestcal shells..........No. .......... .......... ........
.505-caliber: 948531 High explosive shalls....No. .......... .......... ............
94123 Balls..................Round .......... .......... ............. 105-4 gun
968125 Tracers................Round .......... .......... ............. 94855 High explosive shells....No. .......... .......... ............
968127 Aror-piercing 4.5-inch gun:
cartridges............Round .......... .......... ............. 948535 High explosive shella....No. .......... ...... ............
948128 Incendiary cartridges..Round .......... .......... ............. 4.7-inch gun:
968150 Balls, .3-caliber.......Round 68,000 1,332 1,568 948337 High explosive shells.....No. .......... .......... ............
968132 Ballas .38-caliber.......Round 286,150 4,575 10,562 6-inch gun:
948156 Balls, .45-caliber.......Round 4,320 190 218 948541 Armor-piercing shot......No. .................... ............
968158 Magazine for .22, .32-, 948343 High explosive shells.... No. 88 9,050 0A5
.38-, and .45- caliber 968345 Shrapnel.............No. ......... .......... ............
8Wunition..... ..No........... ........... ............ 155-W gun
.45g-calibert 948347 Armor-piercing shot......No. ......... .......... ............
968159 Balls..................Round ........... .......... ............. 948351 High explosive shells.. .No. 50,013 1,122,167 4M991
.50-caliber: 968353 Chemical shells..........No. 504 6,010 31,0M
968140 Balls..................Round 9,887,883 1,545,648 3,736,308 8-inch gung
968141 Tracers...............Round 680,311 115,438 256,720 948555 Armor-piercing shells.. .No. .......... .......... ............
948143 Aror-piercing 948557 High explosive shells... .No. 6,000 521,000 1,00,0
cartridges.........Round 6,621,306 1,382,052 2,380,201 8- and 9.2 inch gun, railway
948145 Explosive cartridges...Round .................... .............. and seacoast:
948147 Incendiary cartridges..Round 2,000 375 719 948361 Amor-pircing shells....No. .......... .......... ............
.&-inch caliber, navy: 12-, 14-, and 16-inch gun:
948151 Balls..................Round .......... .......... ............. 9483563 Armor-piercing shot......No. ............ .............
948153 Tracers................Round .................... ............. 9485 Armor-piercing ahells.... No .......... ............
948155 Armor-piercing 94836" High explosive shells....No. .......... .......... ............
cartridges............Round .......... .......... ............. 754@ Howitzer,
.55-calibert 968367 High explosive shells.. N .o.......... .......... ............
948157 Armor-piercing 948568 Chemical shells..........No. 5,500 37,972 10BW
cartridges............Round .......... ........... ............. 948572 Shrapnel.................No. ......... .......... ............
7.92 MM: 105-W Howitzer:
968161 Balls.................Bound .................... ............. 948373 Armor-piercing shot......No. .......... ..........
948162 Shotgun shells..........No. 1,733,000 48,76 188,196 968374 High explosive shells... .No. 120,000 2.107,800 7
948183 Amunitian for small arms, 948575 Chemical shells..........No. 19,090 386,576
n.e................Round 91,000 2,029 3,359 4.5-inch Howitzer:
968165 Links and belts for small 98576 High explosive shells...o. .......... .......... ............
arms damunition...........No. 7,288,00W 88,185 564,724 948577 Ohemical shells. No.......... .......... ............
948169 Components for small armed 5.5-inch Howitzer:
samunition................... .......... 14,992 5,095 948378 High explosive shells... .o. 1,305 18,568 13D.5
Amunition for infantry support 948581 Chemical shells..........No. .......... .......... ............
weapons and tank guns, under 6-inch Howitzer:
7S-W 968382 High explosive shells, ...No. .......... ......... .....
2-inch mortar: 948383 Chemical shells..........No. .......... ......... ....
968201 Mortar shells..........No....................... ....... ........... .155-lW Howitzer:
968205 Chemical shells..........No. 14,906 30,737 49,980 96838% High explosive shells.... No. 1,419 49,553 10,5'&
604.1 mortar: 948385 Chemical shells..........No. .......... ..............
948205 Mortar shells......... No............ ........ ........ ..... 7.2-inch Howitzert
3-inch mortar: 9685 High explosive shella... .No. .......... ......... ............
9468207 Mortar shells..........No. ........... .......... ............. 948587 Chemical shells..........No. ............ ............
94821 Chemical shells..........No. .......... .......... ............. 240-46 Howitzer:
8140 mortar 948388 High explosive shells,.. .ho. 7.237 667,590 2,8,85
948215 Mortar shells.............No .......... .......... ............. 8-, 9.2-, and 12-inch
9"8215 Chemical shells..........No. .......... .......... ............. Howitzer:
37-4 tank and antitank gun: 948391 High explosive shells.... No. 300 26,058
948217 Armor-piercing ahells.... No. 2,400 10,982 25,500 948392 Field, seacoast, and
948219 Semi-armor-piercing railway artillery
shells................. ................. ............. amunition, n.e.e.......No. 44,381 600,297 1,618,CC



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CCommodity
CaImedity description and unit Net Value pp code o. Cmdity description and unit SNe Val
mightNo Vauweg
(Sdof quantt qantt dollars) (Schd of quantity quantity (dollars)


GROUP 9.-4ISCKLI.ANEUOS-Cont. GROUP 9.-4SCEzJUSi-Cont.
FIREARMS, AIMIUNITION AND FIREARMS, AMMUNITION AND
PTROTEHNICS--Continued PWROTECHNICS-Continued

Fireams and ordnance, except Fireams and ordnance, except
fire-control equipment-ontinued flre-coatrol equipment-Continued
jAmunmition for field, seacoast, Naval ammunition except small
and railway artillery .75-]0 arms amunition--C ntinued
and over--Continued 6-inch 47-calibet, 8-inch
8-, 9.2-, and 12-inch 55-caliber, 12-inch 50Howitzer-Continued caliber, 16-inch 45-caliber,
4859 Components for field, and 16-inch 50-caliber gun:
se oast, and railmay 948675 Armor-piercing shells ....No ......... ......
artillery ammunition....... ....... 5,818 5,128 948675 Antiaircraft shells ...... No. .......... ....... ......... ....
Amunition for antiaircraft 948677 Naval gun ammunition,
artillery, except machine guns: n.e.s ..................... No. 2,790 2286,560 5856,75
57 1 gun 948679 Components for naval gun
94401 AArmor-piercing shot.... Round 25,200 45,659 75,380 amunition................... .......... 4,40 6,406
968405 ArmAr-piercing shella..Round .... .......... ............. Ammulition, n.e.s.
9 0 High explosive shells..Round 92,800 25,742 527,585 948701 Fuses for guns............o. 558,855 1,498,275 1,549,10
4041M Bofare gunsm 948702 Primers for guns ........... o. 261,600 50,472 11,363
94847 A or piercing shot....Round ................................. 948704 Components for fuses and
9611 High explosive shells..Round ................................. primers ................................. 201 108
5-inch guns Grenades, and parts:
98W Armor-piercing shot ...... No. .................... ............. Hand grenade:
"841b igh explosive shella ...No. ................... ............. 948705 Fragmentation. No ......... ................ .............
9f7 Shrapnel................No. .......... ....................... 948706 Demolition............. No .................................
90- W gunm: 948708 Antitank.............. ..................................
9t2 mor-piercing shot.....Mo. 5,000 79,064 196,500 948709 Incendiary.............No. 2,920 15,546 2,899
9042 Armor-piercing shella.. .o........... ....................... 948715 Rifle.. ...................No. 166,790 305,055 528,872
9625 High explosive shell.... No. ,298 7,998 211,821 948715 Machine gun ................ No. .......... .......................
3.7-inch guns 948719 Components for grenades ........................................
9625 High explosive ahells .... No. .................... ............. 948721 Antitank minee .............No. .................................
4.7-inch guns 948723 Components for antitank
94W27 High explosive shells... No. .......... ....................... minee .......................................................
106-4 gun: Aircraft bombs, and parts:
98451 High explosive shells....No. .......... ....................... 948725 20- and 23-pound
"8 Antiaircraft artillery fragmentation...........No .................................
a nition, n.e. .........No. ............. ........... 948727 50-pound fragmentation and
96459 Components for antiaircraft chemical............... No .......... .......................
artillery amunition................... 56 74 948751 40-pound fragmentation... No .................................
Aircraft gun ammunition, except 948752 100-pound chemical.......No .......... .......................
machine guns 948754 100-pound general purpose
204M Hispano uissa guns and fragmentation.......MNo. .......... .......................
948501 Balls .................. Round. ................................. 948755 250 and 500-pound general
9605 Tracers...............Round ................................. .purpose................ NO .......... .......................
94805 Armor-piercing shella..Round .......... .......... ............ 948757 500 and 600-pound general
948507 High explosive shells..Round ................................. purpose .............. No. 42,056 4,160,257 22,819,84
948509 Incendiary............. Round ................................. 948759 1000 to 1900 pound inclu948511. Inert shells...........Round ................................. sive, general purpose...No. 18,308 3,500,658 17,675,689
57-Mi aircraft gun: 948742 2000 to 5900-pound inclu-*
9685S Amor-piercing shells..Round ................................. aive, general purpose...No .................................
948615 High explosive shells..ound ................................. 948744 4000-pound and over,
96 517 Aircraft gun anition, general purpose......... No. 3,384 5,176,464 15,219,464
n.e.s ............. ......Round.......... .. ................... Incendiary:
948519 Components for aircraft gun 948748 4-pound............... No. 37,670 100,044 241,016
sunition................No. .......... 62,544 40,386 948749 Other..................No. 517.365 1,290,559 8,5856,135
Naval ammunition, except small 948752 525-pound depth bombs .... No. .......... .......................
arms amunition: 948753 650-pound depth bombs.... No. .......... .......................
20-WN Oerlikon gun: 948754 250-pound seai-armor9uOl Tracers ................Round 578,720 205,221 252,480 piercing bombs..........No. .................. .............
948605 High explosive shells..Round .......... ................. ..... 948755 500-pound semi-armor948805 Antiaircraft shells ....Round ................................. piercing bombs ..........No .......... .......................
2-Pounder 40-K gun: 948756 100-pound semi-armor948607 High explosive shells..Round 561,228 1,928,807 1,690,0 1 piercing bombs o..........No ................ .............
40-I Befars gun: 948757 1600-pound armor-piercing
948609 High explosive shells.Round.......... ....... ........... bombs ................... No ............o................................
918611 Antiaircraft shells ....Round 135,570 586,164 925,296 948758 Aircraft bombs, n.e. a... No. 1 42 16
1.1-inch gun. 948759 Parts and accessories for
948613 Antiaircraft shells ....Rou ... .......... ............. aircraft bombs ....................... 2,140,756 5,246,25
3-Pounder gun: 948761 Antisubmarine bombs........No .......... .......................
048615 Common shells............No. ................................ 948765 Submarine mines..............N o................................
12-Pounder gun: 948769 Submarine mine parts and
948617 Com on shells ............ No. .......... .......... ............. equipment................... .......... .......... .............
5-inch 25-ealiber gun: 946771 Torpedoes................. No. 58 337,250 609,200
948821 Antiaircraft shells;..... No. ................................. 948779 Parts and accessories for
948662 Cammon shells............No. .......... ......... ............. torpedoes ............................. 748,989 295,94
948625 Illuminating shells.....No. .......... ....................... 948781 Depth charges (Y-gun
9418627 Shrapnel ................No. .......... .......... ............. am nition).............. No .......... .......... .............
3-inch 50-caliber gun: 948789 Components for depth charges .. .......... 48,146 122,596
948651 Armor-piercing shells.... No. .......... ....................... 946791 Propelling charges for guns,
948653 Antiaircraft shells......No. .............................. 4.5-inch to 16-inch,
948655 Common shells. ...........No. .......... .......... ............. and 25-pounder ........................ 1,310,141 5,915,55
948636 Illuminating shells......No. 2,800 77,584 87,524 Pyrotechnics:
948657 Shrapmel ...............N. ............................... 949750 Commercial and display .......... .......... 16 100
4-inch British type gun: 949795 Flame throwers............... No. 200 72,519 23,596
948641 Illuminating shells......No. .......... ....................... 949795 Flares, aircraft............. No. 322 2,577 1,504
4-inch 50-caliber gun: 949798 Flares, airport .............. o. 56 616 264
948645 Comeon shells............ No. ................................. 949798 Other..................................... 70,109 34,855
9445 Illuminating shells......No. 61 5,187 4,514
94847 Shrapnel .....o........... No .................... ............. BOOKS, MAPS, PICTURES, AND
4.7-inch gun: OTIER PRINT MATT N.E.S.
948651 Illundnating shells......No ................ .............
5-inch 25-caliber gun: Books and pamphlets:
9 Armor-piercing shells. ....No ................................. 951000 Bound educational textbooks ............... 268,556 572,112
9465 Antiaircraft shells ...... No .................................. 951200 Other bound books ......................... 841,901 1,145,796
948657 Illuminating shells...... No. ................................. 951400 Unbound books in sheets ................... 26,106 41,072
S-inch 38-caliber gun: 951600 Catalogs and pamphlets ................... 99,928 176,252
948661 Antiaircraft shells...... No. 1,800 62,845 173,710 952200 Geographic maps and charts.................. 6,50 11,677
948665 Commn shells............No. 500 4,888 14,250 952300 Music in books and sheets ................... 28,235 28,700
94865 Illuminating ehells ...... No. 1,300 3355,800 84,500 Photographs and blueprints:
5-inch 51-caliber gun: 955001 Plans and specifications for
94886 Caoon shells. ............ No ................................. aircraft................................. 5210 140,809
967 Illuminating shells..... No .................................. 955098 Photographs and blue prints,n.e.s .......... 65,05 13,161
5-inch 54-caliber gun: 955500 Newspapers, current ......................... 71,529 611,011
948671 Antiaircraft shells.....Mo .................................. 955600 Periodicals....................No. 7,058,747 619,4W 2,85 ,074



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Comedity Camadity
code No. Camodity description and unit Net Value code No. Camadity description and unit Net Valne

ale 8) is)

GROUP 9.---MSCELLANSU-4Conto GROUP 9.-4tISCKUANEDUS---ont.
BCOKS, MAPS, PICTURE, IND 01HW MISCEMANEQUS COMDDITIES,
PRINT1E M IAT N.E.S.-4ontiaed N.E.S.--Continued

956000 Calendarsa, printed or unprinted... .......... 6,79 10,419 Manufactures of synthetic gums
98500 lithographically printed atter... .......... 580,592 40Z,220 and resine-aContinued
9"8500 Playing cards .................Pack 55,262 9,120 12,870 Other synthetic reain
956901 Plans and specifications for products-Continued
air craft, prirtAd .............. .......... 1,786 5,779 9610s Methyl methacrylate
958990 Printed matter, n.e ..................... 1,006,079 95,000 products, fabricated,
except molded .............Lb. 7,350 10,12
MISCEXANEOUS CCLODITIES, N.B.S. 90106 Nylon products, except
yarn and textile .........Lb. 607 5,008
957000 Clocks, electric, except parts.No. 701 5,441 5,657 981507 Urea-formaldehyde products,
Clocks, n.e.s., except electric: fabricated, except molded.Lb. 482 a
957100 1-day, alarm clocks .......... No. 52,185 55,74 45,260 819 Other synthetic resin
957200 Mantel, novelty, and wall product .................. Lb. 170,510 819
clocks ......................No. 29 301 28 91900 Manufacture of cellulose
957900 Other clocks and parts......... .......... 11,075 5,82 acetate, n.e. .............. 94,726
Watchesat 982000 Manufacturers of all compounds of
958000 Without jewels ...............No. .......... .......... ............ cellulose, except cellulose
958100 With Jewels..................No. 715 20,958 41 acetate, n.e.s ............................. .1.,061
958900 Parts, except jewel bearingse.............. 79,974 5,510 962100 Sponges, natural or synthetic,
959105 Marine chronometers............No. 2 2,41 850 except rubber..... ..................... 4,2
959198 Time-recording devices and parts............ 43,868 25,20 982200 Toothbrushes .............. Do. 160,210 205,96
951000 Paintings, etchings, engravings, 982400 Toilet brushes, except
statuary and antiques ............ .......... 300,122 46,955 toothbrushes .................Dol. 12,79 40,46
Jewelry and other personal 982501 Paint brushes.............. Dl. 10,641 3567
ornaments: 982610 Household brushes ............Do. 685 3,8
962000 Solid gold or platinum.................... 25,050 450 982691 Other brushes.................Dos. 57,859 78,27 w
Other metals, silver, 982700 Combs, except wholly of
gold filled, rolled-gold- rubber........................No. 2,697,174 121,32G.
plate, and base metal: Pipes and asmoker' articles:
962100 Men's jewelry ................. .......... 55,585 2,958 982800 Tobacco pipes (of all
962500 Womense jewelry ............. .......... 136,482 7,659 materials)................. Dos. 11,795 4997
9628000 Other articles................ .......... 51,941 7,58 982900 Other anokers' articles,
All materials, amnept mtalt except pocket and electric
962700 Men's jewelry ................. .......... 6,560 640 lighters................................. 50,90
962800 Wmen's jewelry. ........................ 99,434 14,965 95000 Plates and cuts, electrotype,
962900 Other articlee................ .......... 105,575 50,491 stereotype, halftone, litho965500 ,Jewelry findings, and parts............... 124,40 20,264 graphic, or engraved..........Lb. 17,90 48,571
968000 Bottle and container closures, 985100 Umbrellas and parasol ....... No. 11,264 37,097
n.e.as......................Gross 651,158 189,769 812,968 985200 Candles....................... lb. 76,484 20,072
968501 Thermostatic bottles, carafee, 984005 Beads and bead articles........... .......... 0,970
jars, jugs, and other 984098 Notions, cheap novelties, and
thermostatic containers .......No. 61,071 50,154 127,599 specialties, n.e.s ............... 4,01..........7 3
988509 Parts of thermostatic containers.. .......... 19,102 65,548 Household and comercial
Composition roofing, refrigerators, except electric:
989300 Asphalt roofing...........Square 329,228 569,88 15,839,894 984100 Mechanical..................No. 134 19.05
969600 Asbestos roofing..........Square 5,962 50,585 1,624,371 984200 Ice, except mechanical ....... No. 116 4,820
969900 Other roofing ............Square 57,997 64,548 2,754,48 984600 Soda-fountain equipment and
Buttons, parts: bar supplies ..................... .......... 6,90
971100 Buttons, cellulose compounds, 984900 Fishing tackle and equipment
galalith, and other suitable only for camercial
compounds ................Gross 445,509 260,760 155,047 fishing.......................... .......... 66,8
971250 Pearl or shell...........Grose 14,589 13,550 4,450 985500 Shoe findings, except leather
971290 Other materials..........Gross 198,208 54,795 88,746 and rubber ................................ 105,515 2
971300 Button parts, backs, blanks, 987100 Coin-operated commodity vending
or mold4s..................Gross 89,4.0 22,52 31,99 machines......................No. O8 6,676
Lamps nd illuminating devices, 98700 Other coin-operated machines,
except electric: exept musical................No. 351 20,250
979100 Incandescent mantles.........No. 520,564 29,415 13,387 990000 Household and personal affects.... .......... 698,57 1,
979200 Lanterns, wick............... No. 65,507 41,625 1,507 All commodities exported for
979500 Gasoline pressure lamps, relief or charity
lanterns, and parts ............ .......... 28,558 22,891 999810 Food............................... .... 3,796,277 2,
979400 Other lamps, except 999820 Clothing ........................ ... ... ,587,76 7,
electric...................No. 15,50 20,905 52,508 99980 Blanks"t and beddings........... ....... .71,138
979900 Other lighting devices and 99840 Druge and biological supplies............. 757,77 1,
parts, n.e.s., except glasse.............. 22,755 29,780 999850 Surgical, sanitary and hospital
980000 Matchqs ........................... .......... 55,219 202,523 supplies and, equipment ................... 541,445 5
980700 Fire-fighting equipment, except 909860 Ambulances and other motor
automotive fire engines.................... 196,511 585,181 equipamnt..................... .......... 265,48 12
Manufactures of synthetic gums 999890 Other.......................... .......... 1,168,505 5,
and resinst 999910 General merchandise value at
Molded products $10 or lees ................................ 556,590 ,4
981201 Phenol-formaldehyde, (This oomoditynwumber should
fabricated................Lb. 19,49 15,465 25,112 be applied to:
981205 Methyl methacrylate, (a) All single items of
fabricated ...............Lb. 2,245 6,665 2,927 Schedule B eomodities
981208 Nylon ..................... .......... .......... ............. valued at $10 or less.
981207 Urea-formaldehyde, (b) All totals of Schedule
fabricated................Lb 9,669 7,459 10,789 B om cities, single
981298 Other synthetic gums and items of which are valued
resins................Lb... 22,485 57,51 27,245 at $10 or less.
Other synthetic resin products: 999950 Miscellaneous military and naval
981501 Phenol-formaldehyde products, equipment, unclassified.................... 202,540
fabricated, except molded.L. 1,926 5;369 2,096 999990 All articles, n.e.s ............... .......... 260,86 19,



















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UNITED STATES EXPORTS OF FOREIGN MERCHANDISF-APRIL 1945-Continued

Shpig Commodity Sipn
0 Cmaodity description and unit Net Valuecode No. Comodity description and unit Net Value Shipp
o(Sche of quantity quantity (dollars) weight (Sched- of quantity quantity dollars) weight
ul )(pounds) uls B) (pounds)


Total United States Exparts of GROUP 0.-ANIMALS AND ANIMAL
Domestic and Foreign Merchandise. .......... 1,002.,56~608 15,895,120,024 PRODUCTS, INEDIBLE-COontinued


Total United Staten EXporte of 073300Foreign MMerchandise ....................... 16,935,307 121,005,552 074998 Furs, dressed or dyed..........No. 16,126 55,212 4,578
075300
05900 Fur manufactures............................ 62,81 4,457
GROUP 00.-ANIMALS AND ANIMAL 080905 Sperm and whale oil............Lb ....................... .............
SPRODUCTS, DIBLE............. .......... 45,923 229,165 085700 Tallo., inedible..............Lb. ........... .....................
080300CD1000 male ile.. .... .. 0901
SEdible................................... .......... 080998- Animal oils, fats, and greases,
0028O Beef and veal, fresh or froen.Lb. ................................... 084900, inedible, n.es ..............Lb. 1,542,740 110,728 1,542,740
00500 Beef, canned...................Lb. 7,200 1,690 10,400 0858050021000 085898
0, Other meats..................Lb. 78,335 27,710 106,425 09000 Live animals, Inedible......... .......... 5,475 18,740
OC5700-090900 O00 093500 Bristles.......................Lb. 4,890 19,392 8,021
000 09230000400- 092900
004900 Sausage casings................Lb. 5,440 3,445 5,600 099998 Animal products, inedible, n.e............. 15,210 46,275
005000 Animal Oils and Fats, Edible...Lb. .................................

0060O Milk and cream, fresh and
sterilized...................Gal. ......... .......... ............. GROUP 1. -VEGETABLE FOOD
00610- Milk and cream, condensed and PRODUCTS D BEVEAGES .......... .......... 5,296,367 47,721,167
00620 evaporated....................Lb. 54,575 5,250 65,000 105700 Rice, cleaned..................Lb. b.................................
0600 Milk ,dried whole..............Lb. .......... .......... 1............ 107100 Wheat...........................Bu 194,121 351,155 11,85,809
0D6400 107500006500 Butter ......................... Lb. ..................... .......... 10700 Wheat flour.................... Cwt. 1,717 6,427 172,960
Cheese ......................... Lb .......... .......... ............. 101100105500,
OOS Infants' foods, malted mdlk,etc.Ib .........I... ....... 1058006 Infants foos malted milketb. 10100- Grains and preparations, n.es. ................. 10,438 253,561
Fish and Fish Productes 106100,
Salted, pickled, or dry-cured: 1077000076800 Cog haddock, hake, pollock, 109900
cuak........................Lb. ........... .......... ............ 9900- Fodders and feeds ............... ton................. ............
007501900.
007700, Other........................ Lb. 68,377 2,582 7,711 120150 Beans, dry, ripe................L .......... .......... .............
O07901- 105
120213120250 Peas, dry, ripe.................Lb., 1,016,690 88,466 1,056,522
0 07998 120700SFish, canned................Lb. 29,400 3,985 39,685 122490 Vegetable fresh or frozen .................... 3,001 20,501
0124100
00700 124990 Vegetables, canned .............. Lb. 5,000 334 4,000
Fresh or frozen............ Lb. .................... ............. 125000- Vegetbles and preparations, n.e.s 5,542 7,54
009005- 125998 Vegetables and preparations, n.a............. 5,542 37,254
090 Other fsh and fish po t, 130100 Bananas ......................... Lb 2,060,492 93,510 2,061,542
ne.e................. ..... Lb 5,49 1,434 4,284 130700 Pineapples, fresh ............... Box 732 5,310 54,735
13020000900 Meat xtracts................. Lb. .................... ............. 130200009 Eggs and egg products.................................. ............. 15000 Fruits and preparations, n.e.s..Lb. 465,34 54,096 552,816
135098
00900, Edible animal products, n.e.s............... 27 60 137903 Almonds, sweet.................. Lb. 33,449 20,071 54,356
.137905 Brazil or cream.................Lb. 100 52 105
137907 Filberts........................Lb 120,191 53,049 128,556
137400GROUP 0.-ANIMA&LS AND ANIMAL
PRODUCTS, INEDIBLE ........... .......... 599,78 1,564,758 7995 Nuts and preparations, edible,n.e. .......... 1,786 2,970

020101.- 143100 Peanut oil edible................ Lb. .................... .............
Cattle hides..................Lb. .................................
02004144901 Olive oil, edible...............Lb. ................................
1- Kp and calf skin ............ ***** **............. 142000020704 Pc..................... ....145000,
025001- Sheep and lamb skins..........Lb. 52,892 12,345 58,202 144100.
025008 Pc. 38,506 .......... ............. 144700, Edible vegetable oils, n.e.a.. .Lb. 7,942,580 794,198 7,942,580
S 025010- Goat and kid skins.......... .. ..............lb 144902025018 Goat and id s............... ............. 144998

02600- 150100 Cocoa beans ....................Lb. ..................... .............
025 ides and skins, n.e.. Lb........ ............. ............. 1500000000Cocoa and hoo e.............Lb. 54
030000 Upper leather.................... .......... 50 37 150500
150500 Tea............................Lb. 25,328 19,305 5,795
065850- Glove and garment leather...Sq.ft ................... ............. 15300- Coffee.........................Lb. 5,606,751 798,247 5,659,352
G53950151200
052100- 151300 Table beverage materials, n.e.s .............. 11 65
055210 Leather, n.e.sa..;.................. ........ 54 10 154901 Capsicum ........................Lb. 4,079 80 4,079
154902 Cinnamon........................Lb. 85,003 51,380 85,545
05900 154903 Cassia..........................Lb. 176 24 184
060000- Leather manufactures ...................... 1,111 894 154905 Cloves, unground ................ Lb. 181,790 38,327 190,298
,069900
154907 Nutmeg, unground................Lb. 9,071 4,429 9,414
Furs, undressed: 154911 Pepper, untround................Lb. 146,475 19,026 149,222
710 Fox ......................... No 1,497 30,622 1,713 154915 Vanilla beans...................Lb. 1,190 5,013 1,310
615498 Spices.........................Lb. 60,378 12,781 61,505
071800- Muskrat ...................... No. ................... ............. 161910 Sugar ........................... Lb. 16,745,905 785,236 16,860,846
071900
072901 Coney, rabbit, and hare......Lb. 35,848 12,788 7,768 182900- Other related products..........Lb. 332,726 42,852 376,416
072905 Ermine and weasel............No 14,889 22,333 403 14700
072905 Fitch, and kolinsaky .......... No.............................. 170200- Malt liquors ..................Gal ......... .......... .............
072907 Squirrel ..................... Lb 26,029 15,424 1,051 170400 .............
.07298 Lamb, kdd, sheep, and goat 171600 Whisky ...................... Pf.gal. 2,640 16,176 57,066
skin furs...................No. 4,801 1,83 26,378 171400, Other distilled liquors.....Pf.gal. 5,010 26,795 108,629
071100, si us,.........N 681 11 3 2.? 1719-00
07100175000 Wines.........................Gal. 23 896 4,427
07100- Other........................ 102,77 88,3 45,485 170100,
072500, 6100- Beverages and fruit juices, n.e.s.. ........ 8,765 183,137





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-mndt Cmedit
code No. Camadity description and unit Net Value code No. Camodity description and nit met value
( ed of quantity quantity (dollars) o (lobed., of quantity quatity (dollars)
ule B) 'uda uls B)

GROUP 2...-.VTABLE PRODUCTS, GOUP 5-TEEIL FIBER aN
INEDIBIZ, ECEPT FIBERS AND MUFACTTRES-entinued
W0.OO ..D ......... .......... 1,9P.,CP.S 9,051,891

Rubber crude.................... 8,49,90 1,148,666 5,556,826 Vege5ab6ib, manufactured
8000L- Synthetic, reclaimed, and scrap 5205 Manila orampc .......... ton . ..
201200 rubber... .....................a. ........ *520519 Sisal or hanequen ... L.tn 0, IS 8
203.40 Rbber manufactures............... .......... 1,828 13,476
211000- Naval stores ...................Lb. ....,,.... ......,... .......... 320509211090 320813. Other unmanufactured fibers, .L.ton 89 9"O e$
218000 Chicle, crude or advanced...... Lb. 42,011 56,851 45,291 20521 t
21860 Shellac ......................... 125,251 5,747 12,188 3e
212500 822400 Jute baga ..............L. 780,200 70,545
210906- Gas and resine, n.e..........Lb. 157,550 45,27 145,6852 32906 Jute buraps.............L. 92,128 17,73
21899a 821100 th fat
30100- Drugs, Herbs, Leaves, and Roots, 522998 Other Jute manufacture ........Lb. 10,949 7,381 021
220968 Crude .........................Lb. 40,104 15,920 41,975 559916 Flax fabrics ...... Lb.
222050 Copra .......................... Lb ..******** ***.**.**...* 539935, Other flax, hemp, and ramie
2212000- manufactures, a. e.e .......... ......... 428 20
22200, Other oil seeds ................ L ........... .......,.. ..........me.
222098 39988
Epreaged oils and fats, inedible: 541100- Cordage, except of cotton
285000 Coconat oil, crude 1........ .......... .......... ............. or Jute .... ...Lb. 228,007 $?,95? 886,$
2801- Fatty acids ann vegetable soap 541998
22400 stock .......................Lb. .......... .....,.... ......... 549500- Vegetable fiber, straw, or
224901 Castor oil, ocercial.......Lb. 127,520 18,419 127,520 549998 grass manufactures, n.e.e....... .......... 10,69 0
224906 Rapeseed and alticica oil, 560905 Carpet wool................Lb...... ...... ....... ..
inedible..................Lb. 144,292 19,81 146.838 560905 Clothing wool..................IA. 8,629,461 5,071,381 9)$5No
224910 Tong Oil.................Lb............ .......... ............ 560907 Cambing wool...................Lb. 2,655,945 2.246,925 Sa9a5
224912 Soybean oil, crude.........Lb ........... ....................... 360911 Hair, Angora, Cashmere, Alpaca,
224925 Palm and pala-kernel oilcrui. Lb. 2,765,800 190,421 2,765,000 etc...........................Lb. 1,946,054 137,240
223100- 56220022=200' 362600 Wool rags, noils, and maste....lb. .......... .......... ............
2249 Other ereed ails and 5taLb. 362800 Wool tops.....................Ib. .......... ..........
2266, 53300 Wool yarns.....................Ib. .......... ......... .
2*4950 Wool fabrics...................Lb. 509 1.075
Essential or distilled oils 368200 Carpet and rugs.............Sq~yd. 51 4'152 1'M
losetialor dstiled alot567500- '
227100 Citrus oils..................Lb. 575 10,506 527 85 Wearing apparel................... .......... .477 1.."
2200-300Other essential or distilled 566601, Other wool or mohair manufactures. .......... Z7 s
2279 oils........................Lb. 5,872 15,415 6,840 368998
226000 Blended, compounded or mixed 369050 Hair and manufactures..........Lb. 17 1,126 3n
perfume-flavor oils ...........Lb. 28 1,500 *2 5n u ...
255905 Quebradho extract............ Lb ........... ................. 50D-Sl n auatrs............ ..... S0 M
..7m9.
231100- 56man enig3005.1 extr s n ..... ....Lb 52 72 608 8 Y arn5, thread, and filaments... Lb .......... .......... ...... ..
240100 f584500- Other rayon and synthetic textile
Alfalt......................Lb................................... 5865900 manufactures..................... .......... 856
260200- Clover......................Lb............ .......... ............. 390100- Coated or impregnated
240300 591700 fabrics....................Sq.yd. 192 305
241990 Field and grass seeds, n.e.s.. .Lb. 29 20 50 594050 Hat braids and materials.......Yd. 6,700 589 N
2 -Flowr and vegetable seeds. Lb 598 47 400 3942 Hat and hat bodies.............No. 950 1,559
247500 595600253500-5980
2999 Nursery and Greenhouse Stock...... .......... .99 2,076 592m0 other textile manufactures........ .......... 8,85 5,8
261100 Cigar leaf.................Lb............ .......... ............. 599900
261500 Perique leaf tobacco..........b. ........... ......................
26011020800, Other tobacco and manufactures.... .......... 28,696 186,610 GROUP 4.-WOOD AND PAPER...... .... ....78,44S 796
262960
299906 Vegetable tallow and wax.......Lb. 166817 75,15 168,645 400100299998 Vegetable ivory and taqua nuts.Lb. 620,862 25,764 625,492 400998 Hardwood logs.......... bd.ft. 2 1,279 13,0
281100- 401200295100, 401900 Softwood loge........... bd.ft. ...................
299991 Inedible vegetable products,n.e.s. ..... 4,052 11,859 40260029995- 405900 Other unmanufactured wood.................... 5,727

290 Mg o4 0 wed aber ..............M bd .ft .......... .......... ...........
410000- Boards, planks, and
MANUFACTURES................. 8,222,162 22,548,094 413900 scantlings...............Mk bd.ft. 46 10,250 00.

800401, Cottag u4manufactured.L. 361,840 7 ,2 8 5 Other sa uaill products....M bd .ft. .......... .......... ...........
5 Co60 n e n r1. ..... 05 Cooperage......................... .......... 4,616 00,&
5052 Gotten sanisanufaetures ....Lb ..... .....e ....... 420110Cotton manufactures: 421-0 Other wood manufactures........... ........... 9,776
Cotton cloth: 4200
502000- Unbleached...........q.yd. 51,148 5,79 9,052 450900 Cork and manufactures. Lb. 17,624 4,116
07900 B460100- Sulphite wood pulp,
0000 Bleched, dyed, et ..... q.. 0,47 98,241 75,147 460200 bleached.............. ... .t 1 0 1,
000 460400 Sulphite wood pulp,
30950 Other cotton fabrics.......... .......... ................oo...... unbleached...................S.t ........... .......... ...........
80900 480000,
600Oo Wearing apparel.................................................. 460600- Other paper stock.............b. .......... ..**..***. ****.******
31200 469998
316000 Narrow farica, non-elastic..... ................. .............. 471200 Newsprint paper.,..............Lb. 183,748 7,575 187.0
471400 Book paper, uncoated...........Lb. 1,190 235 1,6
317100- House furnishings............... 1,424 2,687 472 Wrapping paper................. 111.860. 15,745 1190
316900 472400
3016500- 20.
190 Cotto manufactures.*................... 1,099 518 47200 Other paper and related products., .......... 21,068 1715
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qanti q n doaos weueig code No. Commodity description and unit Not value
cdNo oroiydescripi n nt et Vi weight ?am
S nantit t quantity (dollars) (pons) (hd- of quantity quantity (dollars) (pmn)
(... d. ule B)


GROUP S.-NRIIETALLIC MIER= ...... 955,052. 17,703,846 GROUP 6-4=15 ANDI NAUFACTURES, EXCEPT MACHINERY
Coal anhraite L~tn *AND VEHICLES-Continued
5010 Coa, anthra--ite ............. L.ton .... ................ ............. ADWILS-otne

Coal,. bituminous ............. L.ton 3,691 52,516 8,266,720
00- Coal and coke briquets and 6 7
coke ........................ L.ton .......... .......... ............. 6580 Zinc and manufactures 7.............7.......... ,1 40,760
5068 Aviation motor fuels.... Bbl. 14,494 44,072 3,806.598 665500 Quicksilver or mercury ..... Lb. 506 585 549
501325664520 Chromium ....................... Lb .....................................
Other motor fuels and gasoline .............. .......... ............. 664525 Cobalt ......................... Lb ....................................
50700. Kerosene ......................Bbl. 4,06 9,151 1,155,1.25 6630000 1 Gas oil and distillate fuciel 66300- Other nonferrous ores, metals, and
oil.........................Bbl 3,267 7,40B 966,585 664515, alloys, except precious ..................... 325,150 18,037,152
Residual fuel oils...........Bbl........... .......... ..................664550669198
Other petroleum products .......... .......... | 648 4,679 692000- Precious metals and plated ware,
699700 except Jewelry, and gold and
000 silver ore, bullion, and coin ...... ........ .66 9

-Marble, stone, and manufactures ............... 4,857 114,715 GROUP 7.--ACINRY AND
4IC ................................ ..75,966 1,075,G0
7000 Cement and manufactures ...................... . 505 95,000 7000037

7100 Lim..........................bl........... .......... ............. 701200 Generators, accessories, and parts .......... 21,895 16,047
98 Gla ....................... ........ .. ........ 59[ 324 707612- Sinladcmuctoneves. ...... 109 18
98800 Signal and ccmmunication devices ..................5,095 5,186

Unfilled glass containers ................... 117,412 5,222,643 701500707590, Other electrical machinery and
Other glassware ................... .......... | .5,095 2,547 709200- apparatus ................................... 145,898 25,006
?290 09998
550300- Clay and products.................... .......... 6,099 21,515 711100- Power-generating machinery, except
5|7998 719900 electrical and automotive .................. 1,846 1,120
5450 Abrasives, natural ................ ..............11,965 752 720100- Construction andl conveying
729100 machinery ........................ ........... ,287 1,970
541105- Abrasives, artificial ............................................... 7505005410- 756900 Mining, well and pumping machinery .......... 452 477
Asbestos and manufactures ......... .......... .......... ............. 740005As9 l 748512 Metal-working machinery.. A................... 6,02 9,626
547000- Asphalt and bitumen and menu- 7500p5471D0 factures ......................... .......... 110 2,588 5000 Knitting machinery and pars.................609 158
647201- Graphite and carbon or graphite 750400
80 prducs ...................[ ....... 18 6,51 750500- Other textile sewing and shoe
56098 products.................................... .188 6,151 757500 machinery ................................... 122 123
551000- Mica and manufactures .......... Lb. ,573 6,273 6,555 7590001 551300 775098 Other industrial machinery.................. 14,922 68,769
596001 Quartz crystals ............................. 55 1 775200- Accounting and calculating

548500- 776100 machines, and parts ...............................................
776207549000, 777900 Other office appliances ..................... 975 1,290
571400- Other nonmetallic mineral7900 588000, products, except precious ........ .......... 606 52,173 779000- and bookbinding machinery 757 70
596010- 779500 Printing
596098 780000- Agricultural machinery and
59006 Diamonds, industrial ......... Carat 32,447 86,941 67 789998 implements ................ .................. 1,196 5,187
599096 Other precious, synthetic, and 790101:imitation stones, including, 7953190 Automobiles ................................. 1,839 5,895
pearls..........................................581,098 128 795200- Aircraft ....................... No ...................... .............
pears ..................... ....... S8,09 794400 Arrf
794705, Aircraft engine parts
GROUP 6.-MTALS AND MANU- 794798 and accessories ............................ 5,752 3,000
FACT ES, EXCEPT MACHINERY 794505AND VERICIES ............... ............ 410,226 18,598,501 794611, Other aircraft instrinents,
794801- parts and accessories ..........................12,85 27,207
600100 Iran ore .................... L.ton .................... ............. .. .794998
600700- 795661601500 Pig iron and scrap ........... L.ton ................................ 795695 Watercraft and parts ........................ 189,665 524,956
601605- 7956000604200 Ingots, bars, plates, etc ......... .......... 25 1,126 795500
604500- Other steel mill products, except 795700- Other vehicles and parts, except
e09900 castings and forgings ............ ............. 25 17 799500, military............. ....................... 206,864 577,459
610000- Castings and forgings .......... 7,200 190 7,200 799993610600 799998
6.1200- 799601- Ordnance combat vehicles
611900 Cutlery and parts........................... 15,611 2,750 799985 and parts .........................................................
Tools ............................. ........... 2,679 4,290 GOUP 8.-CH iCALS AD RE6176900 GardOUr __________AMRE
616600.Hardwre ........................... ........... 9 105 LATED PRODUCTS ............... ..............268 1,627,82


61010061D-Sprocket and other chains ...Lb. 10 50 11 800619200 802800, Other coal-tar products ............................... .............
620520- 806130620540 Metal drums and containers ................... 5,651 41,405 506996
612100- 811905 Fish oils and concentrates.....Lb 20 174 59
615280, 811998 Vitamins and vitasterolsn.e.s.Lb. 1 210 1
619510_ Other iron and steel manufactures........... 14,090 76,538 812000620000, 812500 Biologics ......................... ................60 3
620905- 81240.- Druggists' nonproprietary
620998 812798 preparations ..................... .......... 15,655 5,849
622096 Ferrotungsten ................. Lb ..................... ............. 814800- Proprietary medicinal preparation 5,6
62Z1505- 818098 Prpitr meiiaprprtos........1,6562
62209 Other ferro-alloys ............. Lb ..................... ............. 811100
622098 811500, Other medicinal and pharmaceutical
629009- Aluminum and manufactures ................... .752 7,614 810 preparations.....................12,0

640100- Copper and manufactures .................... 85 209 820000- Chemical specialties .............. ........... .6268 51,152
645998 829990
644000- Brass and Bronze manufactures ............... 20,515 148,851 830200 Tartaric acid .................. Lb. 66.105 46.260 71,842
647998 830990 Arsenious oxide ................ Lb- ........... I ........................
85007000 ead and manufactures ............. .......... ...... ......... 85000
65159 ........ 850100,
654501- Nickel and manufactures .........ai a
..8 Nickel... and...8 Other acids and anhydrides .... lb .............................
850962
66-Tin and manufactures .............. .......... .16,966 29,924 830992




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code No. Commodty' descript~i and unit Not Value codepiu Noa. 9-Alty ecito7n nt Nt V
(lobed- of quanatity quantity (da@Uws) (wih


GROUP 8.-CULCAL9 AND RN- GOP9.--1lSCL""* S-Cont
IAED PRODU07-Continued
854630 Iodine, crude end resublmed.. Lb. 4,085 5,616 4,6
83100854610. Other industrial chmical ............. 6,452 185,320 9U00- O .. ntrit..
854698 Muia ntuet ........ ..... ,3
89698 690

6"210o Pigmnts, paints, and varnsh ..,......., 16,1*8 224,935 959900 10,00& so
860919 Sodium nitrate ............. L. 1,070,000 21,400 1,080,700 00 Toys, athletic and sporting gods. ...... .2,,,,
86050- 965000
860906, other nitrogenous fertilizer 9660018510DO 947006- Firearms, iairdtaai, endfie
86.3101- 94 9139 work ......,.,.................. 9W
86187 Potassic fertIlizer materials. -.L ...... ..... ......... 951000-Bokanpmhlt.............. 78, if*
851510- -~0
&62000, Mthr fertilizers and fertilizer 920
854000- prdcs................................................ ......_ 9520()

860101- ~~9816600, matter, except military ...... ....
B52"0 Mposives, fuses, and blasting 9W68
810-cap#s........................... .......... .......... ............. 956001,frarrf .......... .....I
6790Sas.~ *96 2,226 14,338 95198 Clocks. watches, andpat.......... 5u0
873400- Dentifrices ............L. 272 144 290 981000 Art wok ............ ....... 4*U
873400 Other soap andi toilet %800 Jwly...............-..3.7
87?00 pepaatios ................. ....... 6 990000 Hlouehold and personal affeqts.... ....... 15,5
999610- Al1 comoities exported for
GROUP O.-4ISCLANBOUS, .... 58,108 494,212 999690 relief or charity,........ ......2

9000 Photographic and projection goods .......... 48,969 42,714 r waed
915901- 10-3ttary eqimet $10 or less ....,........ .........~. 47
915979 apparatus, and parts.
containing optical element...... 1.600 1,620 995 Miclaeu miiayan aa
91906- MIlitary equipment. equipment, unclssified......,........
91909 apparatus. e nd parts,
not coatalving optical elements ..... 160,814 54,712
914200- Scieotific and professional 968000
916600, instruments, apparatus, and Alotearilsn08........... 2,8
918011-5 820 0
supplies, esspt mia itary.. ...... 983 6 ~0 l te rilp
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