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United States exports of domestic and foreign merchandise (including exports under the lend-lease program)
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Began in 1942; ceased with May 1946.
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"Report no. FT 400."
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Washington 25, D. C. C. C r






REPORT NO. FT 400






UNITED STATES EXPORTS

F DOMESTIC AND FOREIGN MERCHANDISE

(INCLUDING EXPORTS UNDER THE LEND-LEASE PROGRAM)



U Vo
May 1945



COMMODITY TOTALS



(Information on subsequent revisions in this report ii_-Z;% will be supplied upon request.) -o
SEP


PREPARED UNDER THE SUPERVISION OF g J. EDWARD ELY ,
Chief Foreign Trade Division
Bureau of the Census








DECEMIBR 1945












Bureau of the Ceswus
1. C. CAM!' Director PIIP Ms. HAUSERI, AWAle#D Dimv MORRS I. I4AWSEt, Staihiae kwahwt ik Diuws.
SALPH L. GALLOWAY, Ew.. Ur A=sWaW to 40 Divwbr

Forei TrvAd Division J. EDWARD ELY. CWf IRVING WEISS. Assistant Cbief Classifications and Code s-hoederick We Harrison
Exert and ShipplzM Statistics-Milliaa C. Flaherty
Export and Lend-Lease Statistics-41ilton Kaufuan
Shipping Statiatics-Nathan Habib
Import Statistics-Frank C. Bauer












-N.FT 400

Price~j' o Report No.* FT 400 are
as follos:

Yearly., starting with f igures, for 1942tot~ oi- calendar year, individual
&;P a months not shown separately ..*#............... .10

ftttsix months of 1942 total for six
months, individual calendar months
shown sprtl. ******.. **....0...... .35

Monthly, starting with figures for
July 1943
Per isu...................... .10
Yearly subscription, including
calendar year annual.. ..... .... . .. .* ..... ..... 1.25









TABLE OF CONTENTS



Code Number Description Page

Exports of Domestic Merchandise ............................................ 2
00 ................... Animals and Animal Products, Edible ........................... 2
0 ................... Animals and Animal Products, Inedible .......................... 2
1 ................... Vegetable Food Products and Beverages ......................... 3
2 ................... Vegetable Products, Inedible .... 4 ............................. 5
3 ... ................ Textile Fibers and Manufactures. .............................. 6
4 ................... Wood and Paper ........... o ................. ............. 4 ...... 9
5 .................... Nonmetallic Minerals ............ ................ o ............ 10
8 ................... Metals and Manufactures ....................................... 12
7 ................. -Machinery and Vehicles ....................... ................. is
8 ................... Chemicals and Related Products ... o ............................ 21
9 ................... Miscellaneous ....... o ............................................. 25

Exports of Foreign Merchandise...... .......................................... 31
00 ................... Animals and Animal Products, Edible ........................... 31
0 ................... Animals and Animal Products, Inedible .......................... 31
1 ................... Vegetable Food Products and Beverages ......................... 51
2 ................... Vegetable Products, Inedible .................................. 32
3 ................... Textile Fibers and Manufactures ............................... 52
4 ................... Wood and Paper ................................................ 32
5 ................... Nonmetallic-Minerals ............................................ 53
6 ................... Metals and Manufactures ........................... ............ 33
7 ................ ...Machinery and Vehicles ........................................ 33

8 ................... Chemicals and Related Products ................................ 33
9 ............... ... Miscellaneous ................................................. 54











UNITED T8?ATE EXPORTS OF DOMETIC MERCHANDIS.-AY 1945

Commodity Shpig Cosuity hppn
Code No. comdity doscription and unit Ne t value coden No Comoit decito an uni No Vau
(Sched- of quantity quntity (dollars) -egt wih
Ul )(pounds) (Sced- of~ quantity quantity (dollars)


OF DOMSTIC AN ID PPODECTS, E i -otInud
rE ....2.41......6.9..,60.
FISH:
TOTA-L UNITED STATES EXPORTS
OF !~ISTIC EAOIAIDISE. _75 1 _4265.395 Fresh fish'
007000 Salmon ....................... Lb. ....
08Wt o .-ABriM.5L9 AND 00100 Other .... .. ............ Lb. 55,514 9,308
007200 Oysters, fresh, in the .hel..Lb.,. .... 5..,....... ....
( AL ... ......... u007300 Oysters, fresh, shucked, frozen,
or In ................... Lb. W4 402 1
ANIAL EDIBLE 007400 Shrimp, fresh, froake or in
ice ...................... Lb. 101073 4,287
001000 Cattle for brooding .o. 51 227,192 621,585 007500 Shrimp, ...............dri. Lb. 6 8,514 4,219 8
001200 Other cate........... No. 65 5,762 23,81 Fish, salted, pickled, or dry00100 Hos (side) .............No. 512 24,95 1 55,90
00140 Sheep ...oo................ N. 164 1,574 19,111 0700 Salm ................. Lb 6,25 1,579 8,80
001900 Poultry, live .................. Lb. 11,84s 19,020 15,414 007800 Cod, haddock, hake, polloCk,
caok .................... Lb. 3,15S 1,05 2 3,7S
MEAT PRODUCTS 007901 Herring ................... Lb. 65,649 4,51S9 9
007903 Sardine .................. Lb. 21,045 5,605 58,M
Beef end weal, except canned: 007998 Oher fnhsalted, pickled, or
002000 Fresh or frozen.............. Lb. 146,505 45,685 157,964 sry-cured................ 5 3$,984 4,9165,
002100 Pickled or cured .............Lb 384,917 63,557 0 2F
002200 Hors ma t (all kin..........ns L. 138,673 18,028 184,298 008400 Salmon ................... Lb. 3,75,612 1,674,891 4
Pork, except canned;e- 008500 Sardines .................. Lb. 6,681,22-3 939,98
002700 Fresh, or frozen pork Lb. 10,625,57 2,489,500 10,747,504 008801 Cod, haddock, hake, pollock,
00280 f ea and shoulders, cured..... Lb. 3,381,445 924,382 3,931,86 and csk................Lb........... .......... ...
002900 Bacon ........................ Lb. 7,185,374 1,186,594 9,026,944 008403 Herring ................... Lb. 54,30 8,129
003000 Cumberland and Wiltsnire 00898 Other canned fish, except
sides ....................... Lb. 563,092 131,076 594,684 0 sh Pelfish ................. Lb.! 80,475 108,818 1
005200 Other pork, pickled or Shellfishcalted ...................... Lb. 30,455,577 4,562,212 38,29,684 008700 Shrimp ................... Lb. 489,270 296,089
003400 Uutton and lamb (except canned)b. 80,802 16,59O 86,221 0 08801 Lobster................Lb 5,001 5,098
003500 Sausage, bologna and frank- 008803 Crab meat and rabs.. Lb. 20 25
furters, except canned ....Lb. 36,251 ll,097 39,720 008605 Clams and oysters ....... 6,992 5,540U32
00340 Bef, canned ................... Lb. 28,778 11,402 36,073 008898 other..................Lb 5,685 1,218
003700 Pork, canned ................. Lb. 11,891,394 4,422,363 15,365,925 0090 Lobster, fresh ............... Lb 10
00380 Sausage, bologna, and frank- 009005 Crabs, fresh .................Lb. 22 22
furters, canned...............Lb. 7,07,217 2,214,756 9,115,905 009007 ClE fresh .................L b. 200 24 1?400
003901 Chicken, canned ............... Lb. 100,20 134,166 136,212 009098 Edible fish and fish products
003907 Tushonka, cannedd..............Lb. 17,977,14 7,631,687 25,132,1 n.e.s ....................... Lb, 25,914 10,374
003909 Other canned nest ..............Lb. 733,862 236,370 944,440
004000 Poultry and game, fresh or OTHER EDIBLE ANIMAL PRODUCTS
frozen ....................... Lb. 18,190 8,492 19,738
004100 Kidneys and livers, fresh, frozen, Eggm and Egg Products:
or cured, except canned ... Lb. 262 42 277
004500 Tongues, fresh, frozen pickled, 009200 Eggs in the shell..........Do%. 401,647 170,627 705....
or cared, except, canned....... Lb. 3,006 1,255 3,548 009505 Egg Albumen (frozen, dried,
004400 Sausage ingredients, salted or or otherwise preserved) .... M.b 1,085 1,7441,0
otherwise cured, except caumodtLb. 71,560 4,491 95,960
004500 Other mats, except canned..Lb. 613 126 660 Other Egg Products
Sausage casings, bladders, bungs, 009305 Dried ....................Lb. 56,925,101 46,656,000 492
middles, rounds or easands: 009507 Frozen ...................L bts. 1,500 501 1 WO
004600 Hog .......................... Lb. 38,524 508,789 27,034 0D9398 Otherwise preserve Lb ..............................
004700 Beefd....................... Lb. 40,333 6,256 45,939 009400 Meat Extracts and Bullion Cubealb 3,769 5,458
004900 Other .......................Lb. 51,703 57,152 06,112 009500 Oslatin, edible ...............,*Lb. 107,904 64,260 2,9
0090 Edible animl products, n.e .. ........ 107,50 2 5UR0
ANIMAL OI1S MID FATS, EDIlE=

005000 Oleo oil..................... Lb ..................... ..............GROUP 0.-AWM ALS AND ANIA
005100 Olso stock ....................Lb ..............................................PRODUCTS, IEDI2............. .............h,022 ,497 10,910,56
005200 Tallowo edible .................Lb ....................................
005300 Lard (natural lard included)... .Lb. 41,656,312 8,550,926 46,841,702 IDES AND SKINS, RAW, EXCEPT FUR
005600 Oleo steerin ......... I.........Lb .....................................
005900 Oleomargarine or animal or 020101 Cattle hides, dry, over O
vegetable fats ................ Lb. 3,52,619 67,120 4,02 5,514 12 pounds ..................... Lb. 24,080 52,998 St,
020102 Cattle hides, dry, over
DAIRY PRODJCTS 12 pounds, quantity only... .Place 12,998....................
020103 Cattle hides, wet, over
Milk and creams 25 pounds ..................... Lb. 141,825 25,73
006000 Fresh and sterilized ........ Gal. 15,21 10,805 138,388 020104 Cattle hides, wet, over
006100 Condensed, sweetened ....... Lb. 10,243,906 1,772,497 12,727,073 25 pounds, quantity only ... Piece 5,400...................
006200 Evaporated, unsweetened ...... Lb. 31,246,112 ,827,04 40,286,675 020401 Calf skins, dry, not over
006500 Dried whole silk ............ Lb. ,791,059 1,225,356 4,584,486 6 pounds .................... Lb.......... ......... .............
006100 Dried skim milk .............. Lb. 22,904,344 3,05,260 26,104,928 020602 Calf skins, dry, not over
006550 Butter, natural ................ Lb. 1,096,809 54,870 1,212,2S2 6 pounds, quantity only ..... Piece .........-......... ............
006670 Butter oil .................... lb .................... ............. 020603 Calf skins, wet, not over
006590 Butter spreads ................ Lb. 1,875 900 5,750 12 pounds ................... Lb.......... ......................
020904 Calf skins, wet, not over
Cheoes 12 pounds, quantity only .... Piece..................................
Processed, blended, and spreads: 020701 Kip'skin dry, not over
006755 Processed American Chadder.Lb, 1,211,685 412,487 1,387,272 12 pounds ..................... 6.................................
006758 Other cheese processed, 020702 Kip skins, dry, not over
blended, and spreads ...... Lb 4,129,99 1,7,02 4,655,225 12 pounds, quantity only ... Pice o...............................
Cheese, whether or not in 020703 Kip skims, wet, not over
original loaves, except any 25 pounds .................... Lb. 49,122 8,285 1,
cheese processed other than 020704 Kip skins, wet, not over
by division into pieces: 25 pounds, quantity only .... Plce 1,932...................
006795 American chedder ............ Lb 5,403,600 1,510,27 4,25,232 02001 Sheep skim, dr .............. Lb......... .......... .........
006798 Other ........................ Lb. 2,043,180 700,150 2,266,389 0200 Sheep skins, dry ............ Piece .................... ..........
023003 Shoep skins, wet ............... ..................... ............
Infants' and Dietetic Foods: 023004 Shep skins, wet ............. Piece .................... .............
006850 Chiefly Milk Bess ............ Lb. 718,906 33,876 977,716 025005 Lamb skins, dry .............. Lb. 100 61
006890 Other (for use in milklomulsb. 30,055 12,751 43,485 025006 Lam skins, dry .............. Piece 188...................
023007 Lab skin, wet ................ Lb. ,000 2,250
Other dairy products: 023008 Lash skies, wet .............PFlee 5,600........................
006901 Malted milk, compounds, and 025010 Goat skis ..................... Lb........... .......... .............
mixtures .................... Lb. 136,12 46,656 229,049 025012 oat skins ................... Piece .......... .......... ............
006903 Ice-cream powder, six and 02501 Kid skins .....................Lb........... .......................
preparations ............... Lb. 57,164 23,643 73,149 02516 KM skins .................. Piece ............................. .
006998 Dairy product, n~e.s. Lb 14,816 3,090 18,064 0250 Hides end skins, raw, n.*.s .... Lb 323 386











UNITED STATES EXPORTS OF DOMESTIC laRCHANDISE-MAY 194&-
S Commodity Vle Sipn
co.e Commodity description and unit Net Value pping code No. Commodity description and unit Net Value
(Sch of quantity quantity (dollars) eip-ds (Sched- of quantity quantity dollarr) (p 5s)
pne B) ul ()

GROUP 0.-ANIMAD1S AND ANIMAL GROUP 0.-ANDMAIS AND ANIMAL
PROI CTS, INEDIBIE-Continued PRODUCTS, INEDIBLE-Continued

LEAT1HE FURS AND MANUFACTURES

rpper leather: Fors, undressed:
COattle, side upper- 071100 Civet cat .................... No. .......... .......... .............
Grainr- 071300 Silver and black fox.........No. 751 12,391 1,010
050000 Black.................Sq.ft. 31,701 9,156 5,871 071400 Red fox......................No. 74 450 67
050100 Other.................Sq.ft. 37,500 12,042 5,703 071600 Other fox....................No. 1,694 15,684 1,005
Splits- 071600 Muskrat, northern............No 2,500 4,646 353
0502O0 Finished..............Sq.ft. 198,950 53,563 38,913 071900 Muskrat, southern............No. 15,000 19,278 1,509
030300 Wax and rough ............Lb. ................................. 072100 Raccoon......................No. 9,127 13,946 5,636
Calf and kip- 072200 Skunk........................No. 3,000 9,750 1,282
Black- 072300 Opossum......................No. 24,500 21,556 6,296
030410 Side .................Sq.ft. 20,214 7,472 3,711 072500 Mink.................. .......No. ................... .............
030420 Whole skins...........Sq.ft. 108,35 44,927 14,060 072901 Coney, rabbit, and here ......No. 27,052 15,954 9,526
Other- 072903 Ermine and weasel............No. ................... .............
050510 Sides.................Sq.ft. 66,547 23,239 9,969 072905 Fitch and kolinsky...........No .................... .............
050520 Whole skinm .......... Sq.ft. 217,011 88,991 69,973 072907 Squirrel.................... No. 200 257 35
050700 Sheep and lamb ............Sq.t. 82,731 17,998 10,606 072908 Lamb, kid, sheep and goat.... No. 12,923 27,817 9,t7
Goat and kid- 072998 Undressed furs, n,e.as ........No. 2,588 6,472 2,109
080800 Black................. Sq.ft 316,764 87,919 32,201 Furs, dressed or dyed:
030900 Other...................Sq.ft. 153,704 49,627 16,323 073300 Fox, silver and black........No. 32? 8,179 302
053150 Deer and elk..............Sq.ft. 3,459 1,665 672 073700 Muskrat......................No. ................... .............
031190 Upper leather (except 074400 Fur seal.....................No. 2,326 85,192 3,203
lining and patent),n.e.s.Sq.ft. 269,386 97,226 100,255 074903 Lamb and sheep...............No. 21,039 141,430 24,281
Patent upper leather: 074998 Dressed or dyed furs, n.e.s..No. 82,314 126,769 15,915
031210 Cattle....................Sq.ft. 27,020 10,505 4,642 075500 Fur wearing apparel............No. 962 208,177 4,265
031950 Other.....................Sq.ft. 3,992 1,215 599 075800 Fr waste, fur pieces, and
Lining leather: damaged fur skins................ .......... 115,857 41,244
032100 Sheep and lamb............ Sq.ft. 146,805 18,615 16,666 075900 Fur manufactures, n.e.s ........... .......... 324,489 51,668
032500 Other.....................sq.ft. 1,048 122 152
032400 Sole leather (bends, backs, and ANIMAL OILS AND GREASES, INEDIBLE
sides)....................... Lb. 254,720 128,886 256,651
Boot and shoe cutestock: 080500 Neat's-foot oil....... .........Lb. 5,847 1,370 6,742
032700 Soles, outer............Doz.prs. 85 209 548 080901 Lard oil....................... Lb. 423 62 475
032800 Other cut stock........................... 1,317 2,480 080905 Sperm and whale oil............Lb. 6,827 1,101 7,617
033000 Belting leather................Lb 9,208 8,856 9,759 080998 Inedible animal oils, n.e.s ....Lb. 452 528 524
033210 Sole, welting, and belting 081900 Fish oils, except medicinal....Lb. 1,112,021 108,827 1,156,255
leather offal.................Lb. 99,206 28,687 107,718 084300 Grease stearin .................Lb. .................................
Glove and garment leather: 084700 oleic acid, or red oil.........Lb. 166,262 21,487 216,499
(Hat leather included): 084900 Stearic acid................... b. 168,081 27,781 172,291
033650 Sheep and lamb............Sq.ft. 181,511 40,180 25,063 085700 Tallow, inedible...............Lb. 789,592 79,226 820,087
033850 Pig and hog............. Sq.ft. 7,49 2,018 1,490 085805 Hog grease and wool grease.....Lb. 77,513 13,699 91,299
033950 Other.................... Sq.ft. 14,275 3,825 2,842 085898 Inedible animal greases and fats
055300 Upholstery and automobile (except lubricating greases),
leather....................Sq.ft. 85,816 18,670 18,785 n.e.s.........................Lb. 228,909 23,337 236,161
035650 Case, bag and strap leather
(bandbag leather, except OTHER INEDIBLE ANIMALS AND
reptilian, aquatic, and ANIMAL PRODUCTS
fancy included)............ Sq.ft. 33,304 8,005 4,441
035700 Reptilian and aquatic leather, Animals:
for all purposes..............Lb. 150 180 162 Horses:
035900 Leather and tanned skins, n.e.s ... .......... 89,070 151,086 090000 For breeding.............. No. 16 12,654 14,850
090100 Other......................No. 57 12,070 50,522
LEATHER MANUFACTURES 090500 Mules, asses, and burros.....No. 50so 5,410 34,000
1090900 Live animals, n.e.s ............. .......... 558,8605 522,684
060000 leather welting................... .......... 22,365 23,518 092300 Feathers, crude, not dressed... b. 31,458 9,225 51,6533
Boots, shoes, and other footwear 092900 Feathers, dressed, and manuwith leather uppers: facturers of feathers............ .......... 14,715 11,568
Boots and shoes: 095500 Bristles, sorted, bunched or
Men's: prepared......................Lb. 10 % 640 1i
084510 McKay sewed.............Pair 38,403 165,052 192,634 Glue of animal origin:
064530 Welt................... Pair 252,803 699,400 950,118 09420S Casein glue..................Lb. .25,287 4,156 26,853
064540 Stitchdown ............ Pair 10,742 45,551 51,469 094298 Other....................... Lb 405,701 75,551 425,909
06490 Other...................Pair 505,556 2,512,653 2,778,401 099905 Casein, inedible...............Lb. 98 55 147
064600 Touthes and boys'.........Pair 28,263 67,981 50,659 099923 Mother-of-pearl shells,
Women's and misses'- unmanufactured.............. Lb. 360 371 375
064710 McKay sewed............. Pair 88,793 203,161 148,771 099925 Other shells, unmanufactured..Lb. 49,958 4,942 50,494
064750 Welt.................. Pair 8,394 28,566 15,925 099998 Animal products, inedible, n.e.s ............ 122,762 235,608
064740 Stitchdown..............Pair 6,760 14,811 10,085
064750 With cemented soles.....Pair 41,401 126,327 58,765
064795 Other...................Pair 5,972 21,692 9,557 GROUP 1.-VEETABLE FOOD
064800 Infants' and children's-..Pair 32,188 38,555 24,580 PRODUCTS AND BEVERAGES................. 61,401,59 1,083,048,585
065000 Slippers and moccasins for
housewear, all leather..... Pair 1,690 3,866 1,930 GRAINS AND PREPARATIONS
Aoota, shoes, and other footwear,
with uppers of materials except 101100 Barley (bu. 48 lbs.)...........B. 41,159 55,583 1,985,064
leather: 101300 Malt (bu. 34 lbs.).............Bu. 481,980 1,072,622 16,575,661
065610 leather-soled............... Pair 8,579 18,287 10,458 102100 Buckwheat (bu. 48 lbs.)........Bu. 63 110 3,000
065690 Other....................... Pair 30,128 46,296 33,69B 103100 Corn (bu. 56 lbs.) .............Bu. 3,585,227 4,947,515 199,757,601
065900 Discont ieued models, old styles, 103200 Cornmeal (bbl. 196 lbs.)......Bbl. 8,991 59,518 1,767,322
and second-hand shoes...................... 14,852 75,198 103300 Nominy and corn grits..........Lb. 2,405,798 101,007 2,432,257
067200 eather gloves and mittens.Doz.pra 15B 2,589 1,267 103500 Grain Sorghums (Bu. 56 lb.)....Bu 146,974 263,518 8,248,028
068000 Leather belting, new...........Lb. 103,557 168,691 112,405 103700 Corn cereal foods, ready to eatIb. 149,486 16,727 200,684
0668510 Harness, saddlery and hips ................. 120,471 229,825 104100 Oats (bu. 32 lbs.).............B. 9,121 9,882 292,796
Woman's and children's handbags, Oatmeal, groats, and rolled oats:
pocketbooks, and purses: 104300 In bulk, sacks, or bags...... lb. 2,493,951 120,725 2,427,503
086800 leather......................No. 11,950 41,708 19,266 104400 In packages, cases, or
068900 Other materials..............No. 29,966 85,399 52,845 cartons.....................Lb. 3,789,814 304,71 4,546,943
Card cases, change purses, 105500 Paddy or rough rice............Lb. 3,561,873 134,838 3,564,661
wallets, and similar articles: 105700 Milled rice (including brown rice,
069200 Leather.....................No. 31,475 25,740 6,207 broken rice and rice
069300 Other materials.............No, 10,151 2,257 1,306 screening)....................Lb 47,676,276 3,081,997 48,044,083
Luggage and related articles, 105800 Rice flour, meal and polish ..Lb. 445 844 639
069510 Leather......................No. 2,491 15,932 8,651 106100 Rye (bu. 56 lbs.5..............B. ........ .......... ............
069590 Other materials ......... ....No. 20,053 52,272 32,660 107100 Wheat (bu. 60 lbs.) ...........Bu. 1,922,240 3,582,390 115,512,139
Belts (worn on the person): 107300 Wheat flour, wholly of United
069710 leather........................ .......... 5,150 11,105 States wheat................Cwt. 1,386,151 5,216,549 139,514,947
069790 Other material ........................... 35,604 18,525 107400 Wheat flour, not wholly of
069890 leather wearing apparel, except U. S. wheat.................Cwt. 510,450 1,958,058 51,164,824
belts, gloves, and footwear...... .......... 573,374 215,111 107700 Macaroni and macaroni poducts.. 929,760 64,924 752,655
06900 Leather manufactures, n.e.s................. 82,898 103,641 107800 Biscuits and crackers..........Lb. 2,651,985 499,841 3,397,215













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GHAIMS AND PREPARATIONS (Cont FRUITS MD FMPARATIms (coat

100000 Wheat cereal foods, ready Fruite, fresh or froasn.
to est ........................ILb. 44,960 7,179 62,216 151700 Peach@*e......................ILb. 114,287 12,749 2M,@Pr
108100 Wheat cereal fode, to be 151800 Prums and plum.............Lb. 2,830 48
cooked ........................ILb. 1,872,859 91,960 1,95,2Z5 131910 Apricots ..................... Lb. 241 4286
109000 Wheat semolina .................lb. 1,406,255 60,939 1,419,215 1910 Freab or front fruite,
109500 Cereal foods, n.e. ........... .b. 650,521 91,515 761,178 n.e.s.......................L. 51,812 7,406 M A
109900 Grain eand pareparations, n.e.s............. 375,857 6,975,722 Drlied and evaporated fruits:
15210D Dried fruit, for salad......I. 45 15
.. D. RS MW FEEN 152200 Fears ......,................Lb. 994,554 265, 1,0,M
132400 Raisins and currants.........Lb. 15,053,171 2,024,787 14,2,500
110100 Hay..........................L.Ton 841 24,352 1,826,793 152500 Apples .......................b. 1,48,291 78,271 21 4
011 cake and oilc e mali 152000 Apricota....................IA. 17,059 297,814 8"'M
111300 Cottonaeed ................. Ton 1 172 5,125 12700 Peaches ....................... 890,209 277,722 ,
111400 Lineeed....................Ton 45 5,210 101,000 152000 Pra ....................... 5,042,215 70,9 ,06
111700 Peamt.....................L.Ton .......... .......... ............. 152900 Apple waste.... ...........L.... ...... .......... ..........
11800 Soybean ....................L.Ton 563 38,689 1,265,11 135005 i ......................... Lb. 7,040 2,06
112905 Cora...................... L.Ton .......... .......... ............ 155098 Dried and evaporated
112909 Other ..................... L.Ton .......... .......... frit,.e.e. 4,051 1,65 5
114000 Fish mal for feed ...........L.Ton .......... .......... .. 18100 tee, fresh, dried,or other118000 Mixed dairy and polatry wise prepared.................Lb. 27,705 9,000 RdgB
feeds .......................LTon 24,184 1,715,500 54,510,272 Canned fruit,
118200 Oyster shells ................L.Too 2,103 22,122 4,715,700 153200 Grapefruit ...................Lb. 12,562 1,S48 15,
18.500 Other prepared and 155300 Loanberrie ...............lb.. ........ .......... .............
mixed feeds .................L.Ton 39 3,970 953,79 135400 Other canned berries .........Lb. 4,345 874 6glM
118710 Rolled barley for feed.......L.Ton 7,656 937,851 17,235,757 153500 Apples and apple sauce.......Lb. 52,304 6,745 6F,$5
119000 Wheat feeds..................L.Ton 369 20,086 851,170 135000 Grape......................Lb. .......... ..........
119900 Feed, n...................L.Ton 11 5 8,006 285,446 14000 Apr,ots ...................Lb. 5,572,975 474,87 4,4
134100 Cherries.....................Lb. 33,981 7,59 47,
VGTABlS AND PREPARATIONS,EDIBI 154200 Prunes and plum .............Lb. 100,559 10,355 M
134500 Peaches ...................... Lb. 1, 991, 166 26D,256 2,485
120110 Bean, dry, ripe...............Lb. 19,820,287 1,598,651 19,958,555 134400 Pears........................Lb. 2,045,410 301,025 2 9
120150 Seed beans.....................lb. 237,398 56,647 240,538 154500 Pineapples..................Lb. 1,767,045 195,295 2
120213 Compeas, dry, ripe..............Ib. 5,550 509 5,400 154600 Fruits for salad.............Lb. 427,742. 5,016 5,
120215 Chick-peas (pgrbansos), dry, 154700 Canned fruits, n.e.a.........Lb. 20,411 3,471 27,M
ripe......................... L. 10,008,090 820,976 10,106,641 154900 Preserved fruits, Jellies,
12029 Peas, dry ripe, except copeas and Jam.....................Lb. 751,116 139,607 ,7
and chick peas ...............Lb. 55,946,005 2,458,166 36,277,5 2 15500 Fruit plp.....................Lb. 5,577,350 71,65 4,26
120250 Seed peas .................... Lb. 683,022 82,425 688,21 135098 Other fruit preparations.......Lb. 28,448 6,814 ,
Vegetables, fresh or frosens
120700 Bean ........................ Lb. 1,295,211 120,017 1,404,771
120000 Onions....................... Lb 2,056,655 100,09 2,00,754
120900 Peas, green.................. b. 491,449 49,206 528,552
121000 Peppers......................I 115,199 16,967 152,752 157400 Apricots and peach pits and
121100 Potatoes, White............. b. 6,680,022 201,597 6,766,679 kernels..................... ... ................. .............
121300 Timatoes .....................Lb. 11,725,414 709,408 13,018,411 157510 Peautas, shelled...............Lb 262,98B 48,55 2 A
122410 Cabbage..................... Lb. 10,282,972 217,520 10,559,945 137550 Peant, not shelled...........Lb. 72,401 12,651 ,
122420 Carrots......................Lb. 5,927,136 203,915 6,292,593 17610 Pecans, shelled...............Lb. 25,717 20,648
122450 Celery ..................... Lb. 4,501,732 366,151 4,998,919 157650 Pecans not shelled...........Lb 49,100 1625 5305
122440 lettuce...................... Ib. 7,156,512 354,190 7,962,21 157710 Waluats, shelled...............Lb. 5,702 5,15 5
122450 Spinach...................... b. 226,882 1,932 263,688 137750 Walnuts, not shelled...........Lb. 20,65 8,532 20
122470 Sweet potato .e..............Lb. 571,412 25,964 405,850 157905 Almonds, et ...............I. 82,451 20,805 0,
1224 90 Fresh or frozen vegetable, 157905 Brazil or rean nut ...b...... ............... ......... ........
n.e.s.......................Lb. 3,071,454 163,180 5,294,104 137907 Filberts .......................Lb. 3,0 1,4.2 0
124100 Ampea@ u.................. b. 81,295 21,825 109,400 157995 Nuts and preparations, n.e.a...Ib. 114,442 55,571 l ,70
124200 Baked Beans and Fork and tBulk. 5,293,368 268,873 4,005,591
1240 Corn .......................Lb. 76,482 ,4 95,470 ETABI AD FATS, EIBI
124400 Pes ........................Lb. 4,512,595 415,405 5,258,6550
124500 Soupe........................Lb. 598,596 98,878 744,048
124000 T mtoee.....................Lb. 5,587,294 555,298 4,611,410 142000 Cocomt oil, refined...........IL. 29,580 8,007 2,4M
124700 Telnto paste and purse.......Lb. 5,082,021 440,477 8,750,728 142500 Cottonseed oil, refined .........Lb. 4,500,544 756,006 4,5"M4
124600 Tonato juice...............Lb. 102,066 8,573 138,723 143000 Soybean oil, refined, except
124910 Beans, string or etringlees..Lb. 2,354,718 224,022 2,811,494 lecithin-refined..............Lb. 3,182,500 495,418 3.44,36
124950 Lima Bean,...................Lb. 7,747 1,096 10,059 145100 Peanut oil..................... Lb. 22,248 5,882 2S}T
124950 Spinach......................Lb. 448,924 40,994 525,017 144100 Corn oil.......................Ib. 10,679 2,590 15,80
124990 Canned veptables and juice, 144200 Cocoa butter...................Lb. 75,180 21,544 7,2M
n.e.s.......................Lb. 4,656,459 494,986 5,917,962 144700 Cooking fate, except lard.,,,.Lb. 2,437,968 469,830
129000 Pickles, coumber.............Lb. 464,055 97,282 755,951 144901 Olive oil, edible..............Lb. 8,248 7,045
125100 Ketchup, chili sance, and other 144902 Sanflamer seed oil, edible.....Lb. 10,8,001 1,850,154 4,
tomato table sauas............1b. 167,900 51,195 524,094 144903 Pala and pals-kernel oil, edible
125210 Mayonnaise and salad dressings.Lb. 25,777 6,948 41,567 or refined...................bI. .......... ......... .............
125295 Olives......................... Lb. 115,102 40,594 226,507 144904 Rapeseed oil, refined..........Lb. 1,255 0 1,40
125298 Sauce and relishes, n.e.a......Lb. 2,182,152 426,152 2,656,558 144905 Veptable stearin................ .**.*.*..........* .****
125500 Vinegar.......................Gal. 51,768 27,072 645,182 144998 Edible vegetable oils and
125600 least, except liquid...........Lb. 369,574 74,270 402,197 fate, n.e.e....................Lb. 2,810 855 3.=
125901 Dehydrated soups..............Lb. 1,477,388 434,039 1,900,465
125902 Dehydrated vegetables..........Lb. 9,457,183 5,115,205 12,505,547 TABEERAS KATERIAIS
125905 Farinaceous substances........lb 796 191 899
125911 Soybean flour, edible..........Lb. 16,765,070 1,000,273 16,920,026
125996 Vegetable preparations, n.*.e..... .......... 55,770 232,064 150100 Cocoa beans....................Lb .... .......... .............
150200 Cocoa, pondered................lb. 47,425 9,569 d,80
FEUITS AND PREPARATIONS 150500 Chocolate......................Lb. 35,454 7,273 ,170
150500 Tea............................ .......... .......... .............
Fruits, fresh or frozen: 151100 Coffee, green................I. .......... .......... .............
130100 Bananas......................IU. ..................... ........... 151200 Coffee, roeasted................Lb. 100,950 26,805 18,8
130200 Grapefruit...................Box 119,938 425,904 9,355,637 151300 Table beverage materials,
130500 lemon, and lime.............Box 39,277 213,123 5,569,812 n.e.a.........................Lb. 110,595 36,041 155,600
150500 Oranges and tangerines.....Box 541,862 2,564,073 45,838,505
130700 Pineapples...................Bax 847 6,685 66,290 SPISS
130900 Cherries.....................Lb. 124,919 52,612 145,575
131000 Apples In baskets...........Bkt. 1,814 5,056 90,800 154901 Capeicm.....................lI 2,P25 1,228 5.77
131100 Apples in boxep..............Box 50,155 174,175 2,509,291 154902 Clnamon.......................Lb. 6,185 3,tes 7,W
151200 Apples In barrels...........Bbl ............. .................... 154903 Casals.........................Lb. 1,558 580 1,70
151800 Berries......................lb. 513,752 77,567 360,096 154905 Cloves, unground...............Lb. 700 15? g00
131410 Watermelons................Lb. 684,453 20,700 684,455 154907 Nutemp, unground..............Lb. ..................... .......
151450 Other aelons................Lb. 10,055 1,205 11,064 154911 Pepper, unground...............Lb. .!........ .......... a..........
151500 Grapes.....................Lb. 1,250 394 1,565 154915 Vanilla bean...................L. .......... .......... .............
13100 Pears.......................b. 90,227 11,672 99,162 154998 Spices, n.e.s..................I5. 147,057 58,674 179,88












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UIED STATES EXPOS OF DOMESTIC IERCHANDIBE.-MAY 1945-Continued


CodeoNot SNo dcn co No Comodity description and unit Net value Sh
o nqu ti (dlle) (Sched- of quantity quantity (dollars)
mlelB)5) ______ ale B) pounds

GRO0P 1.-VEGBTABLE FOOD GROUP 2.-EGETABIE PROHICTS,
PRDUCTS AND BETERAQBS-Coat. INEDIBLE, EXCEPT FIBERS
AND WDOD-Continued

SUGAR AND RELATED PROWUCTS IBR NATURAL ALLIED aUMS, AND
SITrTETICS)AND MANUFACTURES-Cont.

1610 Sugar, refined ................. 3.7,764,410 2,365,960 40,094,585 204700 Bathing cape ................. .DoS. 141 622 142
1950 Sur, raw..................... b. .......... .......... ...... ...... 204800 Rabber bands .................. Lb. 1,917 1,882 2,255
I90 Molasse ......................al. 56,062 9,684 431,795 204900 Rubber erasers, except pencil
Cnfectiery: plugs .........................b. 23,04 16,168 29,248
16 Chocolate candy .............Lb. 295,102 100,521 559,709 Hard rubber goods, except
165500 Other candy ..................Lb. 1,237,570 588,998 1,885,052 druggists' sundries:
16700 Confectios and desserts, Electrical
n.es ........,.......... b, 57,759 105,572 435,868 205300 Battery boxes .............. No. 16,253 7,600 161,953
1500 Chewing gam.................... 251,79 144,420 297,290 205400 Other electrical hard rubber
1 .20 my..........................lb. 5,454 8,155 49,715 goods ..................... lb. 121,613 41,752 138,940
Glcose, except pharmaceutical 205800 Combs, finished.............Dos. 244 193 233
dextrose or glucose4 205900 Other hard rubber goods................... 10,774 7,927
1650 Liquid......................IA. 616,043 32,945 870,601 Tires and inner tubes:
1600 Dry.......................... lb. 206,101 14,343 212,059 Automobile casings:
70 Strup......................... 1. 5,661 3,859 50,235 206000 Truck and bus casings ......No. 221,846 7,250,346 14,S12,015
206200 Other automobile masings ...No 15,745 144,027 347,594
BIVWRAGRS 206300 Automobile inner tubes .......No. 171,747 551,6551 1,704,134
206400 Other casings and tubes ......No. 35,301 571,226 1,259,089
17 Malt extract and malt siop, Solid tires:
except medicated.............lb. 302,420 30,805 340,528 208600 For automobiles and trucks.No. 90 5,026 10,615
Malt liquores 206700 Other solid t1res ..........Lb. 26,531 14,595 26,927
170 In bottle ..................Gal. 1,117,849 60,397 14,552,189 Tire sundries and repair materals
170500 In cans..................... Gal. 125,685 64,017 1,244,776 206905 Camelback....................Lb 104,935 25,494 118,475
17000 In other containars......... Gal. 5,093 3,025 52,500 206998 Other........................ lb. 223,782 96,506 269,6832
Distilled spirits: 200400 Rubber and friction tape, except
11400 um......................Pf.g l. 507 5,694 8,493 medicated..................... Lb. 66,783 26,990 81,023
171 Whisky...................Pf.gal. SS,649 229,636 798,127 Rubber and balata belte
1719 Other distilled liquors and and belting:
compounds containing 208500 Fan belts for automobiles ....Lb. 77,719 76,845 97, 607
spirits.................Pf.gpl. 1,828 10,285 23,559 208600 Other rubber and balata
l175 ine....................Gel. 20,855 59,556 260,017 belts and belting.......... Lb. 1,489,788 848,475 1,656,847
176 ineral store, natural and Rubber hose and tubing:
artificial................... 2,488 1,5680 35,355 208700 Garden hose..................Lb. 37,276 7,702 38,946
17680 Sirups and flavors for 208600 Other hose and tubing.......Lb. 785,557 405,914 888,524
beverages....................A. 268,454 834,542 3,081,194 209300 Rubber packing.................Lb. 138,495 89,545 155,284
Fruit juices 209400 Mats, matting, flooring, and
1720 Pineapple..................Gal. GOD 578 6,768 tiling....................... b. 88,274 36,424 89,025
17500 Grapefruit.................. 0la. 586,278 251,793 4,093,266 R bber tread:
17760 Orane ......................G l. 107,256 579,465 1,119,449 209510 Bare or uncovered ............ b. 4,397 7,452 4,759
17900 Pruit Jaices, n.e. ......... al. 79,762 86,725 1,161,794 209520 Textile covered.............. Lb. 1,286 3,005 1,621
178000 Beverags, n.e.s..............al. 18,558 16,148 546,787 209600 Gutta-percha manufactures...... Lb. 3,296 3,766 4,808
2_09800 Latex,or other forms
compounded or processed for use
GOUP 2.-VEGE'ABIE PRO0CTS, in further manufacture........Lb. 505,58 90,792 302,4
INEDILE, EXCEPT FIR 209990 Rubber and synthetic rubber
AND 1OD..................... .......... 65,202,997 254,524,208 manufactures, n.e.s ........................ 219,926 277,19Pf O

OMER (NATURAL, lLIED GUM, AND NAVAL STORES, CMS, AND RESINS
SIETICS) AND ANUFkctHS Naval stores:

Crude rubber and Allied hu: 211000 0um rosin....................Lb. 1,585,236 90,575 1,89,5 ?
20100 Crude rubber.................b. .......... .......... ............. 211100 Wood rosin, exosptBlbodRostfllb. 3,060,189 153,207 3,186,851
2400 Balata........................ .......... .......... ............. 211400 Gn spirits of turpentine...Gal. 504,448 405,706 4,286,227
200 Otherlt .....................lb .......................... .............. 211510 Wood turpentine ............Gal. 95,428 75,020 912,016
Synthetic. rubber s 211610 Other terpene tydrocasrbns
r. of Nacu derived from naval stores..Gal. 34,959 18,617 274,415
s ...... b. ,082,552 2,556,523 7,389,68 211710 Pine oil, products, and ,
2D0 o ..t...l-...I 2150 5256a 2 0 derivatives ............... 01. 98,136 64,598 86,7
a m. .ILopbroI, or a7 1 1t44 211800 Tar and pitch of wood ........ Lb. 1,284,861 57,527 1,5353455
diolafins ...................lb 2,150 850 2,562 212500 Tall oil (liquid sulfate
ZCOS04 Aeoprene.......b 1 5 wood resin) .................. Lb. 795,734 20,021 835,272
ChoornI .... ,......... ....b. 10538 76t,164 1,734,842OtepaanrsiI09805 Bi n-copolymere of ButaeI an 218000 Chicle ............. 4 ........lb. 68,442 49,649 68,990
and acrylonitrile .......... b. 15,531 8,008 16,619 218600 Shellac (bleached, and
0006 Thickel-organic polyslhles.,bI. 1,280 855 1,794 unblasched.................. lb. 196,190 88,?73 201,000
2000, Polyisobtylene-Polymers of 218905 Iac, crude (seed, button,
labtylee................. b. 8,288 3,299 9,429 and stick) ........ .........Lb ..................................
80U0 Syntbotic rubbers, n.e.s.....L. 59,018 17,235 66,247 218909 Rosin, n.e.s ................. b. 119,130 9,822 132,504
201 Rubber, reclaim d.............. Lb. 2,125,794 136,686 2,131,475 218993 Om benzoin.................. Lb. 7 14 8
Sscrap..................l b. 1,404,64 42,942 21899 Natal and resin
SRsbber 1a ................ l. 13,969 22,97 1 2,00 mod led in condition. l. 225,541 13,6395 246,997
D aRubberised automobile cloth.Sq.d. 33,250 25,294 52,681 218998 Natural gums and resim, crudelb. 101,042 es5,575 106,968
@100 Rubberised piece good d
hospital sheeting, n.e.s...Sq.yd. 1,325,455 757,012 517,411 MUGS I, CRVES
Rubber footmearo AND RDOTS, C1VD
O0 Boots.......................Pair 42,900 120,142 274,900 220100 Cascara bark................... Lb 29,569 8,955 57,858
t Rubber Shoes............... Pair 28,896 35,260 76,238 220500 Ginseng........................Lb. 219 1,932 270
205 Canvas she with rubber 220600 Mandrake root.................. Lb. 288 816 568
sole ...................... Pair 124,374 240,516 510,709 220904 Chinchona bark................. Lb. .......... ......................
23D rubber sols ............. Dos.prs. 107,648 28,832 992,900 220911 Hyoscyamus (Henbane)........... Lb. 322 450 351
20700 Rubber heela ............. Dos.prs. 15,262 10,037 453,018 220919 Pyrethrum (insect flowers).....Lb. 151,264 49,045 1553,001
3000 Rubber soling and toplift 220988 Crude drugs, herbs, leaves, and
sheet ....................... b. 456,928 157,117 487,502 roots, n.e.s..................Lb. 151,303 68,683 164,250
3SDO Rubber gloves and sittes.Dos.prS. 25,800 101,614 70,370
Druaggiste' rubber sundries, except 0oIISEEI
surgeons' and household gloves:
2000 Water bottles and fountain 221000 Soybeans, except canned........ Lb. 71,89,042 2,633,051 71,417,762
syringes................... o. 55,752 25,500 49,083 222001 Castor beans................... lb .................................
206200 Other druggists' rubber 222002 Cottonseed..................... b. 15,400 1,049 13,420
sundries................................. 219,259 147,988 222003 Flaxseed....... ; ............... Lb. 4,340 422 4,570
20800 Clothing of rubber or of rubber 222020 Hemp, perilla, poppy, rape, end
ised cloth...................Dos. 27,936 240,096 121,969 sunflower seeds; and palm nuts
045W00 Rubber balloons..............ross 257 4,976 3,493 and palm kernels.............. lb. 3,384 1,000 3,482
GW Rubber tye and belle, except 22030 Copra ......................... .......... ........................
doll, golf, and tennis b lle .............. 612 431 222098 Other oilseds ................. .b ...................................







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UNITED STATES EXPORTS OF DOMESTIC IER HANDISE.-nAY 194-Co m nued

Coaoij ipig Commodity sipn
Cuod o dity description and unit Net Valeo Commodity description and unit Net Value
(Sched of quantity quantity (dollars) (Sched- of quantity quantity dollare
(iend (puns _______________ B____ __GROUP 2.-VGETAB1 PR CTS, GwrUp 2.-VEGETABI PROUCTS.
EDIBLE, EXCEPT FIBERS IE9BLE, XCE FIBERS
AND WOOD-Continued AND WOOD-Continued

VEGETABLE OILS TOBACCO AND VANUFACTURES-Cont.

Expressed oils and fats, inedible: Tobacco, unanufactured--Contianed
22 000 Coconut oil, crude ........... Lb. ........ .......... ............. Leaf tobaco-Contimed
225100 Cottonseed oil, crude ........Lb. 752,202 128,562 817,240 2600 Green River ................Lb. 125,516 51,766 157,845
2215200 Linseed oil .................. b 1,144,009 184,459 1,179,555 280700 One sucker leaf tobacco... 135,616 65,451 169,008
224601 Fatty acids of vegetable 260800 Black fat, waterbaler, and
origin .................. Lb. 15,427 2,487 17,695 dark African .............. Lb. 296,466 143,578 ,12
Vegetable oil foots- 261100 Cigar leaf .................Lb. 1,491,245 247,140 9
224805 Olive oil ................... Lb. 61,710 10,267 61,028 261500 Perique leaf tobacco.......L. 19,198 11,95 22,06
224805 Other........................Lb. 61,008 6,068 61,158 261500 Foreign leaf, re-exported..Lb. ................................
224808 Vegetable soap stock.........Lb. 72,525 2,421 75,601 261750 Tobacco trieings and scrap
224901 Castor oil commercial ........Lb. 20,966 4,287 25,417 (sifting and cigar cuttings
224902 Corn oil, crude.............Lb...................... ........ included)...................Lb. 50,540 9,375
224903 Peanut oil, crude.......... .......... .......... .... -.**.*.** .* 261800 Tobacco stems...............Lb. .............. .. .............
224904 Perilla oil, inedible ........ b ....... *.................... Tobacco manufactures:
224906 Rapeseed and oiticica oil, 262000 Cigars and theramots ............ 126 6,507 ,
inedible .................... Lb.. ......... ........................ 262200 Cigarettes.....................V 452,021 ,01,56,152
224910 Tung oil.....................Lb. 71,485 27,551 72,745 262550 Chewing tobacco and snuff....Lb. 84,662 65,83 6185
224912 Soybean oil, crude........... Lb. 148,695 18,207 151,904 262500 Smoking tobacco in packages. .Lb. 72,768 44,660 131,6
224915 Olive oil, inedible, except 262950 Smoking tobacco in bulk......Lb 72,780 4,950 100,42
eulphured or foots.......... lb ..................... .......
224925 Palm and palm-kernel oil, MISCELLANEOUS VEGETABLE
crude....................... Lb. 63,168 5,213 65,526 PRODUCTS, INEDIBLE
2240950 Sunflower seed oil,
inedible....................Lb. ................................. Starch:
224998 Other expressed oils and fats, 281100 Cornstarch and corn flour
inedible.................... Lb. 51,012 10,08 55S,570 (edible included)...........Lb 11,844,658 776,438 12,175,947
Essential oils, natural: 281300 Other starch (edible
226800 Peppermint................... Lb. 13,270 108,712 16,645 included).................Lb 231,686 1,622 ,0
226900 Spearmint and other mint oils, 293100 Broomcorn..................Lton 291 77,6
n.e.a ....................... Lb. 2,614 11,357 5,401 295500 Brom s......................Dos. 705 6,886 18,287
227100 Citrus oils ..................Lb. 14,009 50,815 19,605 295100 Hops .........................Lb 143,208 143,571 1,252
227905 Oil of citronella............Lb. 924 850 1,172 299905 Vegetable tallow and wax (except
227905 Lemon grass oil..............Lb. 20 52 45 for soap stock)...............Lb. 6,013 5,516 4,714
227998 Other essential oils, 299991 Hop extract..................Lb, 16,130 46,795 22,024
natural.................... Lb. 53,484 173,429 75,619 299993 Vegetable ivory or tagus noat. Lb. 7,06B 212 7,06
228000 Blended, compounded, or mixed 299995 Dyeing and tanning materials,
perfume-flavor oils, except crude.... ....................... ......... 4,198 271
synthetic aromatic compounds..Lb. 69,769 541,106 98.220 299998 Inedible vegetable products,n.e.s. .......... 100,665 1,7,7

VEGETABLE DYEING AND TANNING GROUP 5.-TEXTILE FIBERS AND
EXTRACTS MANUFACTURES ................ .......... ,59,247 5,250,117

251100 Logwood extract............... Lb. 86,673 22,481 101,765 COT8rN, UNMANUFACWTRED
2533100 Chestnut extract..............Lb. 1,045,198 50,053 1,047,540 Raw cotton, except linters:
235905 Quebracho extract..............Lb. 272,760 21, 57 275,707 300005 American Egyptian (Pima) and
235998 Vegetable dyeing and tanning Sea Island................L..b. ................... ..........
extracts, n.e.s...... ........Lb. 656,864 43,561 689,200 500096 American Egyptian (Pima and
Sea Island...............Bale .......... .......... .........
SEEDSIE, EXCEPT OILSEEDS 3500205 Upland, staple length 1-1/8
Grass and field seeds* inches and over............Lb. 549,015 127,623 56,94
240100 Alfalfa ..................... Lb. 22,990 8,995 25,109 300206 Upland, staple length 1-1/8
240200 Red clover ...... ........... Lb. 200600 8,45 203 276 inches and over........... Bale ,0 .......................
240200 Alike clover ................ Lb. 4,000 1,770 4,120 500301 Upland, staple length i-1/16
240400 Other clover .................Lb. 1,553 81,032 183,221 up to but not including 1-1/8
67040 O:: : : cl:e ...... b,2 7i633iinches .....................Lb. 31,555,266 6,867,60 52,86,
240600 Timothy...................... Lb. 685,565 67,289Upland, staple length 1-1/6
240700 Kentucky blue grass..........Lb. 2,526,714 734,042 2,548,645 up to but not including 1-1/8
240800 Red top.....................Lb. 118,018 22,995 118,642 inches ...................Bale 61,870 ..................
241910 Sugar Beet seed.............Lb. 552,555 108,531 554,616 500505 Upland, staple length under
241920 Orchard grass seed ........... Lb. 168,029 57,151 170,476 1-1/16 inches .............Lb 66,637,996 14,542,575 69,470,2
241950 Fescue grass seed ............ Lb. 6,408 3,256 6,495 300306 Upland, staple length under
241950 Grass seeds, n.e.e...........Lb. 1,557,286 162,295 1,368,764 1-1/16 inches .............Bale 130,459...............
241990 Field seeds, n.e.s ...........Lb. 65,8b67 57,328 690,055 Linters
246700 Flower seeds...................Lb. 11,407 37,101 12,496 500400 Grades 1 to 8, inclusive.....Lb. 557,181 40, 57 ,6
Vegetable seeds:
246e50 Carrot seed ... ............... Lb. 14,809 16,755 15,475 500401 Grades 1 to 8, inclusive ... Bale 914.......................
24691 Beet seed, except sugar beet
seed ........................ Lb. 14,015 10,806 14,576 N SMAUFACTURES
246892 Onion seed......... ........Lb. 6,481 20,577 6,644 300600 Cotton palp................... Lb. 624,809 55,455 64,84
246P95 Radish seed..................Lb. 7,088 3,845 ?,557 500800 Cotton rags, except paper
246994 Rutabaga and turnip seed.....Lb. 4,278 1,566 4,402 stock................ .......Lb. 1,550,578 85,957 1,5 14
246895 Spinach seed.................Lb. 9,180 3,576 9,750 300900 Cotton batting, unglazed wadding,
246896 Sweet corn seed..............Lb. 2,686 523 2,777 carded cotton and roving......Lb. 282,378 46,09 296,7
246898 Vegetable seeds, n.e.s.......Lb. 85,875 124,129 88,178 Cotton mill waste:
247500 Seeds, except oilseeds, n.e.s..Lb. 25,575 5,718 29,474 501030 Cotton hard wastes of yarns and
threads, including wiping...Lb, 154,178 14,774 161,519
NVRTY AND GfiENHOUSE STOCK 301040 Cotton card stripe ..........Lb. 86,508 10,894 7,6
501050 Comber waste................. Lb. 634,760 94,461 654,513
253500 Flowers and foliage, cut, fresh, 301060 Other soft wastes...........Lb. 707,748 48,970 b.,82
and presenred.................... .......... 24,296 32,621 Cotton yarn for manufacturing:
25990> B!lb, rocts, corms, plants, and 301110 Carded yarn, gray............Lb. 524,16 257,480 84086
seedlings ....................No. 3,865,661 21,979 159,524 301120 Carded yarn, bleached, colored
2599986 Nursery and greenhouse stock, and novelty.................Lb. 179,212 102,312 217906
n.e.s ..................................... 10,901 22',613 301200 Mercerized, all kinds ........Lb. 221,405 272,461 276,7
301510 Combed, except finished or
TOBACCO AND MANUFACTURES mercerised................. Lb. 156,903 97,580 16,109
501520 Combed, finished, except
Tobacco, unmanufactured: merceried..................Lb. 67,814 43,715 5,419
leaf tobacco
260110 Flue-cured, unsteammed......Lb. 54,000,980 50,142,313 62,959,925 COTTON MANUFACTWFRES
260150 Flue-cured, stemmed........Lb. 6,615,667 4,851,887 7,780,426
260 B0 Barley.....................Lb. 608,557 368,588 725,468 Cotton thread, twine, cordage
260500 Dark-fired Kentucky and and rope:
Tennessee.................Lb. 6,447,107 1,156,527 7,255,795 501500 Sewing thread................Lb. 105,732 189,837 129,1
260400 Dark Virginia..............Lb. 283,459 152,784 530,162 501600 Crochet, darning, and
260500 Maryland and Ohio export.. Lb. 290,496 190,155 548,472 embroidery cotton...........Lb. 8,575 8,222 11,t











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oodity S Commodity 0
cod No. Commodity description and unit Net Value Siig code No. Commodity description and unit Not Value Shipping
weighteilt (Sched- of quantity quantity (dollars) (pndweight (Sched- of quantity quantity (dollars) (pund)
Lil B) (pounds ule B) pounds)

GROUP 5.-TEXTILE FIBERS AND GROUP 3.-TEXTILE FIBERS AND
MANUFACTURES-Cotinue4 MANUFACTURES-Continued
COTTON MANUFACTURIES-Continued COTTON MANUFACTURES-Continued

Cotton thread, twine, cordage Colored yarn fabrics-Continued
and rope-Contiraed Fine goods and combed cotton fab
301700 Tire cord (on cones or warps)Lb. 159,755 81,554 182,971 rics, bleached, dyed, printed,
501800 Twine, rope, and cordage, flock dot or cipped-Cont.
except tire cord ............Lb. 301,205 188,169 332,999 307900 Cotton and rayon mixtures
Cotton cloth, duck, and tire (cotton chief value)...Sq.yd. 1,059,162 324,617 307,674
fabrics Other cotton fabrics:
301900 All cotton cloth when exported 308000 Knit fabric, in the
to Philippine Islands to be piece.......................Lb. 10,508 16,159 11,717
embroidered and otherwise manu- 50200 Table damask, in the
factored and returned to the piece....................Sq.yd. 58,515 21,884 21,265
United States ............ Sq.y .......... .......... ............. 508400 Tapestry, and other upholstery
Unbleached (gray) cloth: and drapery materials, plain,
Tire fabrics- Jacquard and dobby-woven.Sq.yd. 565,655 231,059 190,125
302000 Cord tire fabric......Sq.yd. 889,118 425,106 804,020 508700 Plushes..................Sq.yd. 27,807 17,822 15,362
502100 Other tire fabrics ....Sq.yd. 46,829 18,846 46,959 308800 Other pile fabrics.......Sq,yd. 109,618 74,734 68,761
Cotton duck: 308950 Cotton remnants and fabrics,
302300 Heavy filter cloth, hose n.e.s., sold by the pound..Lb. 192,597 90,065 207,390
and belting duck.....Sq.yd. 163,643 154,611 323,065 Cotton wearing apparel:
302500 Ounce duck............Sq.yd. 510,525 422,755 801,71E 309000 Handkerchiefs...............Dosz 125,799 139,068 65,921
502600 Numbered duck.........Sq.yd. 229,099 156,962 245,975 Gloves, cotton, woven, or knit:
Cotton cloth (gray), medium 309110 Work gloves, mitts, and
and coarse yarn fabrics: gauntlets, fabric ....Dos.prs. 678 2,417 2,369
Not over 40 inches wide: 309120 Dress and all other...Doz.prs. 624 13,410 10,518
305110 Drills, twills, and warp Knit goods:
sateens ............ Sq.yd. 645,670 154,909 257,521 Hosiery
303120 Sheetings ...........Sq.yd. 3,606,515 508,259 1,080,598 309300 Women's.............Doz.prs. 29,559 101,443 44,647
Over 40 inches wide: 309400 Children's..........Doz.prs. 24,608 50,075 19,845
505510 Drills, twills, and warp 509500 Men's...............Doz.prs. 31,722 77,113 46,715
sateens............ Sq.yd. 144,245 26,279 55,101 Underwear, knit:
50520 Sheetings........... Sq.yd. 874,795 155,617 295,007 309800 Men's and boys'...........Doz. 45,607 181,4689 158,187
305400 Osnaburgs (all widths)..Sq.yd. 644,480 101,495 258,835 309700 Women's and children's ....Doz. 29,067 100,691 66,819
Print cloth yarn(gray) 509800 Nightwear, knit, women's and
fabrics (all widths): children's ..................No. 11,572 16,613 10,347
505600 Tobacco and cheese cloth, 3509910 Sweaters, Jersey pullovers,
35602 count and lower and sweat shirts, men's and
construction...........Sq.yd. 4,124,745 107,226 193,719 boys'.......................No. 10,760 9,418 5,877
303700 Other printcloth yarn fabric 309950 Sweaters and shawls, women's
constructions, above 5362 and children's..............No. 13,778 13,901 10,056
count................. Sq.yd. 295,487 3355,269 64,650 309990 Knit apparel, n.e.s........No. 90,287 71,674 28,111
303900 Gray cloth, n.e.s.........Sq.yd. 648,426 159,879 145,777 Garments of woven fabrics:
Finished cloth, bleached, dyed 311500 Jackets and wind-breakers,
printed, stiffened or other- men's and boys' .............No. 613 2,956 851
wise converted, and colored 311400 Overalls, breeches, pants,
yarn fabrics- aprons and mean's work
Not over 40 inches wide: clothing, n.e.s ............Doz. 6,276 109,209 156,889
Drills, twills, and warp 311500 Nightwear, men's and boys'..Dosz. 2,513 36,502 22,998
sateens: 311610 Underwear, men's and boys'..Doz. 45,785 250,684 109,574
504000 Bleached.............. Sq.yd. 1,922,445 564,325 789,797 511710 Work shirts.................Doz. 8,006 94,477 68,178
304110 Dyed in the piece.....Sq.yd. 1,816,705 552,33554 752,592 511720 Shirts, except work shirts,
304120 Printed...............Sq.yd. 678,642 199,197 211,836 men's and boys'............Dos. 11,110 182,4753 91,136
Sheeting: 512000 Clothing of cotton woven
304210 Bleached..............Sq.yd. 5,101,797 510,356 878,537 fabrics, men's and boys',
304220 Dyed in the piece.....Sq.yd, 342,971 75,4533 100,570 n.e.s......................Dos. 5,851 137,694 81,029
3504300 Printed...............Sq.yd. 1,690,810 345,064 399,708 312200 Women's dresses and
Over 40 inches wide: ensembles (one, two, and
304510 Drills, twills, and warp three piece as one unit)....No. 24,476 49,578 16,261
sateens................Sq.yd. 427,798 144,255 180,4537 512400 Women's and children's underSheeting: wear and nightwear, except
304610 Bleached..............Sq.yd. 2,056,000 457,466 674,812 knit.......................Doz. 6,443 23,644 13,722
304710 Dyed and printed .....,Sq.yd. 985,002 266,740 507,9531 312700 Children's outerwear, except
Printcloth yarn fabrics knit.......................Doz. 6,9A3 58,708 28,405
(all widths): 312900 Women's apparel of woven
Carded broadcloth: fabrics, n.es ................. .......... 36,659 15,698
304800 Bleached................Sq.yd. 914,655 156,348 197,300 Cotton narrow fabrics, non304910 Dyed in tne piece.......Sq.yd. 856,996 179,959 199,347 elastic, not over 12 inches Wide:
304920 Printed.................Sq.yd. 881,213 194,366 192,3511 514000 Woven belting for machinery..Lb. 15,299 15,330 16,119
505000 Cheesecloth and gauze, 516000 Braids, ribbons, trimmings,
bleached or dyed bindings, lacings, tape labels,
(f0ll pieces)............Sq.yd. 2,751,585 94,101 156,882 and webbing.............................. 102,865 55,146
Printcloth: 316100 Narrow fabrics, n.e.s ..................... 40,523 66,650
505110 Bleached................Sq.yd. 1,665,969 241,174 545,608 Cotton house furnishings:
305210 Dyed in the piece.......Sq.yd. 409,198 71,421 78,457 Bedding:
305220 Printed.................Sq.yd. 4,652,998 946,544 957,754 517100 Blankets...................No. 211,692 278,240 405,271
Napped fabrics: 517300 Quilts, comfortable, and
305510 Cotton flannels, bleached, quilted bed pads.......... No. 5,518 18,977 38,457
or colored...............Sq.yd. 1,514,152 529,598 434,588 Bedspreads:
305590 Other napped fabrics in the 317500 Candlewick, chenille, nd
piece....................Sq.yd. 94,070 25,661 35,491 tufted..................No. 81 359 231
Colored yarn fabrics: 317600 Plain, crinkle, dobby and
505700 Denims ....................Sq.yd. 127,581 37,668 65,245 Jacquard woven.......... No. 2,188 5,091 5,939
Suitings, twill-coverts, 517800 Bed sheets and pillow
cottonades ................Sq.yd. 595,916 187,180 275,967 cases....................Dos. 22,480 224,509 335,596
306000 Coambrays, cheviots, and 318100 Curtains and draperies, except
sbirtings ................ Sq.yd. 1,546,715 387,806 406,557 lace ....................................... 3,552 2,300
06100 Colored yarn fabrics, 318500 Laces, embroideries, and articles
n.e s ...................Sq.yd. 1,151,599 324,642 565,735 thereof, n.c.s............................. 285,581 86,736
506200 Colored duck and awning 318700 Terry-woven towels, wash cloths,
materials................Sq.yd. 153,520 75,633 113,291 and bath mats................Dos. 50,215 102,948 139,181
Fine goods and combed cotton 518800 Huck, damask and plain woven
fabrics, bleached, dyed, towels and toweling ........................ 65.734 98,757
printed, flock-dot or clipped: 518900 Other house furnishins, n.e.s.............. 94,817 101,159
306700 Voiles, organdies, lawns Other fabricated products
and batiste, combed....Sq.yd. 1,214,079 270,178 163,564 cotton, n.e.s.:
50700 Piques, combed; ......... Sq.yd. 93,496 29,505 25,507 Cotton bags:
307300 Marquisettes, combed....Sq.yd. 758,729 139,739 84,728 519110 New................ .....Lb. 244,761 119,174 250,220
307400 Canbed and carded 319111 New (quantity only)........ No. 755,165 .......... .............
goods, n.e.as .......... Sq.yd. 5,124,408 1,518,917 1,209,412 319130 Used and reclaimed bags....Lb. 556,603 114,950 365,105
307600 Cotton and wool mixtures 319151 Used and reclaimed bags
(cotton chief value, not (quantity only)...........No. 939,859 .......... .............
less than 80 percent cotton 919600 Canvas articles, n.e.s..................... 694,790 1,256,542
by weight............. Sq.yd. 3,817 2,956 2,202 519900 Cotton manufactures, n.e.s...... .......... 154,209 299,068










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ommoity S ng Commoditr
code Co dity description and nit Net Value code o. Cmodity description and unt t Tale
(Sched- of quantity quantity (dollars) (Sched- of quantity quantity (dllrs


GHOUP 3.-TEXT11 FIBERS AND 08007 5. @ FIBS AND
MANUFACTURES-cntinoued M FACWRBS-4"ntimed
W0O. MAKUFACWRES-Cantinued
VEGETABLE FIBERS AND MANUFACTURES
Wool wearing apparel-Contimed
Vegetable fibers, unmarufactured: 568500 Women's and children's apparel,
52001 C..nton..................... L.Ton ......., .... ........... except knit, n.e.s............. ........., 274,270 ,8
520505 Flax.................... L.Ton 19 16,802 43,626 568950 Men's and boys' apparel, except
320505 He ......... .....L.on 515 81,420 1,160,621 knit, n.e. .................... .......... 6,231
320507 1stle or T=ampco ..........L.Ton .......... 227 1,187 566996 Wool or mohair manufactures,
20509 Jute ........... ........... L.Ton .......... .......... ............. n.e.a.......................... .......... 19,451 40, 1
320511 Kapok......................L.Ton .......... .......... .............
5320SI Saguy or Cantala.......... L.Ton ........... ........ HAIR AND MANUFACURES, N-S.
320615 Manila or abaca..........L.T on ................ ...
320517 Pac......................L.Ton .......... .......... .... Hair, unmanufactureds
320519 Sisal or henequen..........L.Ton 59 6,556 86,466 569050 Cattle, ox, calf, and horse body
320521 Sunn .L.Ton .......... .......... ............. hair, new (except ear hair).Lb. 98,876 7,426 00
5320598 Other nanufactured 569070 Cattle, ox, and calf tail hair,
fiers ....................L.?on .......... .......... ............. new (switches included) .....Lb. ... ... ......... .............
321100 Jute yarn, cordage, and twine. .Lb, 311,227 59,345 314,453 309100 Hog hair, ne................Lb. 265,279 21,279 28t~m
322400 Bags of Jute................... Lb 4,419,241 674,249 4,448,975 569550 Kores mane and tail hair, raw
522401 Bags of Jute (quantity only).. No. 3,190,470 .......... ..........*** or dremsed, new. .... L. 2,544 5,565 2,AB
522905 Jute burlaps, except when used 369510 Other hair, unmfactured, raw
as a covering for other aerchan- or dressed, new .............Ib. 59,0' 42,749 Sll
dise or as a component part of 36960 Hair waste and scrap hair..... Lb. 34,848 1,2 54
other products................Lb. 54,957 9,135 55,382 569700 Hair felt and mamufactures... Lb. 25,975 8,m ,
322998 Other Jute eafactures........ Lb. 205,248 52,765 215,080 569900 Other hair manufacture ........... ......... 25,40 4,
339916 Flax (linen) fabrics, wide.
and narrow.................... Lb. 5,194 6,443 5,874 SILK AND MANUFACTURES
539955 Handkerchiefs, linen........... No. 164 182 5
539968 Flax, heap, and ramie yarns, and 570200 Raw asilk....................... .
manufactures, n.e.s. (except 571000 Tram, organaine, and hard
twine and cordage flax fabrics twists ....................... Lb. 204 956
and handkerchiefs ..... .......... 15,364 13,186 571100 Span eilk........ ......... .1 ........ ......... .............
Cordage, except of cotton or jutes 571900 Sewing, embroidery, and crochet
541100 Binder twine................. lb. 80,35231 81,742 80,557 silk.........................Lb. 6 59
341400 Manila cordage............... b. 1,638 358 1,720 Fabric wholly or chiefly silk:
541901 Flax twine and codage....... Lb. 7081 2,394 930 572001 Silk cartridge cloth for powder
541905 Hemp and ramie twine, cord, and bags........................Td .......... .......... .....
cordage .................... Lb. 4,670 2,451 4,979 372005 Silk parachute cloth. Y........ ..... ......... .
341909 Sisal or honequen, istle or 372098 Other broad silks............Yd. 3,563 16,511
Tampico, Canton, naguey, pacol, 372500 Velvets, plushes, and
and sonn twine, cord, and chenilles.............. Sq.yd. .......... .......... ..........
cordage..................... Lb. 107,271 20,491 117,521 372900 Silk and velvet ribbons ......lb. 148 41
541998 Other cordage................Lb. 429 1,149 491 Wearing apparel:
349500 Oalokum.......................... Lb. 164,671 19,870 169,407 574100 Underwear....................No........... ...........
549909 Sisal or henequen, itsle or 574200 Silk dresses, skirts, and
Tampico, Canton, magey, pacol, blouses.....................No. ........ ... ............
and sunn yarns................ Lb. 4,412 1,675 5,291 Hosiery:
Kapok: 375400 Women's and children's
349915 Life-saving appliances..................... 5,125 3,891 seamless ............Do.prea .......... .......... .............
3549925 Kapok manufactures, n.e.s ................., 7,865 51,603 375500 Women's full549998 Vegetable fibers and manufactures, fashioned............Dos.pr. .......... .......... ............
n.e.s.(straw or grass manu- 575700 Men's socks...........Doz.prs. .......... .......... ............
factures inc.) ............................. 4,439 158,094 375900 Silk wearing apparel, n.e.a.
(men's, womn's, and children's
included)................ .......... .............
WOOL, UHMANUFACTRED 579800 Silk noils and waste...........Lb. ......... ..........
579900 Silk manufactures, n.e.s .................... 3,05 g
56090 Carpet wools................... lb. .......... .................. .......3T C FDS AND
360905 Clothing wool..................Lb. 540 200 565 AZI AND
360907 Combing wool...................Lb .......... ........... .............
360911 Hair, Angora Goat (Mohair) 585005 yln waste and staple fiber... Lb. 54,359 62,68 R
Cashmere Goat. Alpeca, and
other like hair...............Lb. 26,118 6,996 26,454 585007 Rayon waste and staple fiber...b. 804,971 214,446 896,
585009 Other synthetic nut fibers and
waete........................Lb. 1,978 1,856
WOOL SDEMIMANUFACTURES 84005 Nylon yarn, monofilawent, bands,
and rope.................. 16,675 27 6,W ,95
582200 Wool rags, woven and knit...... Lb. 79,745 5,765 81,262 3564007 Spun rayon yarn, single and
5 82600 Wool noils and waste, mill waste plied.....................Lb. 159,026 104,4 198,
(include garnetted, picked, and 584008 Acetate rayon yarn, mofilament,
carded).....................Lb. 45,090 10,627 46,661 bands, and rope............Lb. 662,951 455,748 61,4@
562800 Wool tops (tops of hair 384015 Viscose high-tenacity tire cord or
included)..................... Ib ........... ........... ............. yarn on cones or warped, treated,
563300 Wool yarns .....................b. 256,542 518,847 273,680 dipped, or untreated (fuel-call
high-tenacity card or yarn
WOOL MANUFACTURES included).....................Lb. 629,191 273,76 4
384015 Viscose and cuprammonium
Fabrics wholly or chiefly of wool: continuous filament ya,
364200 Wool cloth and dress goods.. .lb. 5,089,946 7,65C,637 3,249,149 monofilaent, bands, and rope,
5364201 Wool cloth anrd dress goods except tire cord or yarn......Lb. 779,7S 555,211 9,
(quantity only)............. Yd. 2,118,985 ..................... 38409 Other synthetic yarn, mono564500 Mohair cloth.................Lb. 51,011 76,859 35,896 filament, bands, and rope.....Lb. 10,149 9,882 ,
564301 Mohair cloth (quantity only).Yd. 41,102 .......... ............. 584200 Thread and yarn for ewing,
364900 Other wool fabrics..........Lb. 7,899 17,096 8,981 embroidering, hand-initting
566200 Carpets and lugs of wool .... Sq.yd. 15,580 76,798 53,545 and crocheting................Lb. 5,141 7,582 4,
566500 Wool felts, except woven....... Lb. 8,155 15,528 8,905 Piece goods, wholly or chiefly of
366400 ool felts, woven for synthetic fibers:
machines......................Lb. 71,7253 162,581 79,570 3945O0 File (velvets, etc.) .........Lb. 9,302 26,77
36660 Wool blankets ................. Lb 1,281,838 2,059,273 1,545,712 5845 01 Pile (velvets, c.)-qantity
366601 tool blankets (quantity only)..-No. 309,050 ........................ only.....................Sq.yd. 16,329 .......... .......
Wool wearing apparel: 38400 Knit fabric, in the piece...Lb. 51,888 76,55 7M
567500 Knit bathing suits ..........Dos. 454 10,147 3,251 384920 Upholstery ankddrapery fabrics,
367600 Knit sweaters for men, women, wider than 42 inches, woven,
and children...............Dos. 2,387 66,945 20,502 except pile.................Lb. 9,792 22,024 20
567700 Wool knit goods, n.e.s.((men's, 384921 Upholstery and drapery fabrics
women's, and children's wider than 42 inches, wouren,
inclided)................................ 527,402 166,407 except pile-quantity only.Sqd. 19,281 .......... ..........
568005 Men's overcoats, suite, and Wawen filamnt yarn fabrics,
pants....................... No. 34,688 510,156 195,280 n.e.s.s
536098 Boys' overcoats, suits, and 38492 Cord-tire and fuelpants..................... No, 20,623 160,808 55,538 cell fabrics (treated,
368200 Women's and children's dresses dipped, or
and ensembles, except knit..No. 4,617 635,251 13,421 untreated.................. 947,186 01,79 1,009,1









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tyCommodity Shiping Ctmdt
do Commodity description and unit Net Value cod No. Commodity description and unit Net Value e
(nced of quantity weigt) (Sched- of quantity eight
ule B)(pud) aeB(ons

GROUP 3.-TEXTILE FIBERS AND GROUP 3.-TEXTILE fIBERS
AUACTURS-Continued AND MA FC'TUES-Cont.
SYNTHETIC FIBES AND MISCELLANEOUS TEXTILE
MANUFACTURES-Continued PRODUCTS-Continued

Piece goods, wholly or chiefly of Mattresses, cotton, kapok, moss,
synthetic fibers-Continued and hair:
Woven filament yarn fabrics, 397005 Mattresses, kapok............No. 4 40 135
n.e.s -Continued 597098 Mattresses, cotton, moss, and 3
584926 Cord tire and fuel-cell hair......................No 986 11,589 37,76
fabrics (treated, dipped, or 398000 Absorbent cotton, sterilized gauze
untreated)-quantity and sterilized bandages.......Lb. 865,795 350,946 1,090,997
only.................. Sq.yd. 1,246,396 .......... ............. Elastic webbing, woven, knitted
584950 Printed................... Lb. 200,217 467,863 250,966 or braided:
384931 Printed-quantity only...Sq.yd. 908,607 ......... ............. .398800 Not over 1-1/2 inches wide...Yd. 246,993 12,948 6,405
384952 Other (greige, white, piece- 399000 Over 1-1/2 inches wide....... Yd. 6,48e 3,697 1,627
dyed and yam-dyed 399400 Garters, arm bands, suspenders,
included).................lb. 455,265 658,332 508,705 and braces................................ 67,602 28,44
364953 OCther (greige, white, piece- Clothing, military, air and naval,
dyed and yarn-dyed included)- not identifiable by material
quantity only..........Sq.)yd. 1,7'64,018 ......... ............. under specific clothing classes:
Waen spun yarn fabrics, 399501 Personal and organizational..... .......... 402 132
399505 Aviation.................................. IS10 13
384960 Printed ...................Lb. 72,922 159,268 8,353 399507 Special for parachute troops .....................................
38496L Pr.nted-quantity only...Sq.yd. 295,956 .......... ............. 399509 Special for nurses...............................................
384970 Otter (greige, white, piece- 399511 Special for armored forces.......................... ............
dyed, and yarn-d4yed 399519 Specialf or cold weather............................ .............
included)................. Lb. 163,369 292,731 186,841 399517 Gas protective clothing,
3649'1 Other (greige, white, piece- military..................... .................... .............
dyed and yarn-dyed included- 39919 Clothing, military and air,
quantity only........Sq.yd. 19,985 .......... ............. n.e.s.......................... 1.......... 1,000 200
384990 Remnants and mill ends (less 399521 Naval clothing...................................................
than 10 yards in length) ....Lb. 95,162 90,156 108,926 399900 Textile manufactures, n.e.s................. 517,456 1,091,940
365000 louse furnishings ................. .......... 36,2.9 42,660
Outerwear, woen s and children's: GROUP 4.-WOOD AND PAPER................ 18,048,414 332,602,798
385201 Dresses and ensembles, except
knit or crocheted (one, two, WOOD UNMANUFACTURED. _and three piece ensembles as
one unit)...................No. 89,226 581,961 90,273 Logs and hewn timber (indicate
385205 Other outerwear, except knit quantity scale):
or crocheted................No. 10,484 35,733 7,240 Hardwoods:
368510 Dresses and ensembles, knit or 400100 Ash and hickory....... M bd.ft. .................. .............
crocheted (one, two, and 400200 Cottonwood and aspen..M bd.ft .................. ............
three piece ensembles as one 400400 Walnut................ M bd.ft. 18 6,330 219,576
unit).......................No. 17,164 94,830 16,690 400600 Hardwood burls........ 9 bd.ft. 9 1,800 45,000
385320 Other outerwear, knit or 400905 Mohogany logs......... V bd.ft .................. .............
crocheted .................... ........... 29,134 7,941 400907 Lignum-vitae logs.....M bd.ft. 2 678 5,977
Hosiery: 400909 Teak logs............. M bd.ft......... ... ...... ............
Women's and children's- 400998 Other hardwood logs and
365410 Nylon.................Do.prs. ................... ............. timber............... M bd.ft. 33 1,899 176,124
585490 Other synthetic Softwoods:
textiles.............Doz.prs. 51,249 374,896 102,886 401200 Douglas fir........... M bd.ft .................................
35800 Men's socks............Doz.prs. 7,820 24,198 11,363 401400 Hemlock............... M bd.ft .................... .............
385710 Knit underwear................Doz. 8,404 54,053 19,866 Cedar:
585720 haWoven underwear...............Do. 4,744 87,891 15,131 401600 Western red......... M bd.ft .................... .............
385770 Sleeping and lounging garments, 401700 Port Orford.........M bd.ft. .................. .............
knit or woven................Dosz 1,783 55,847 13,547 401800 Other............... M bd.ft. .................. .............
385810 Ribbons........................... .......... 67,868 18,725 401900 Other softwood logs and
385850 Braids, fringes, and narrow timber............... M bd.ft. 10 345 37,186
trimmings, except hat braids.......... .... 3,298 13,442 Railroad ties, hewn:
385900 Synthetic textile manufactures, 402600 Creosoted, or otherwise
n.e. ........................... .......... 130,413 350,834 treated................M bd.ft 743 50,191 3,242,772
402900 Other................... M bd.ft .................... .............
MISCEL.ANEOUS TEXTILE PRODUCTS 403100 Creosoted piling...........Lin.ft. 7,69 6,95 414,160
403200 Other piling...............Lin.ft.......... .......... ............
390100 Linoleum............ .......Sq.yd. 28,833 17,226 122,712 403400 Telegraph, trolley, and electric390300 Felt-base floor coverings...Sq.yd. 381,702 95,378 1,152,047 light poles..................No. 10,851 36,118 1,129,506
391100 Oilcloth for shelf, table and 403900 Firewood and other unmanufactured
wall......................Sq.yd, 102,114 21,865 75,057 wood............................. .......... 15,211 1,101,756
391300 Window-shade cloth..........Sq.yd. 2,962 967 1,892 Softwoods, not treated:
Book cloth (all types): 406000 Southern pine.......... M bd.ft. 311 3,794 1,289,840
391410 Pyroxylin-coated or 406300 Douglas fir............. M bd.ft. 1,595 69,645 5,223,066
impregnated............. Sq.yd, 6,871 1,714 2,380 406500 Cedar................... V bd.ft .................... .............
391420 Starch filled.............Sq.yd. 66,227 13,2953 21,655 406900 Other................... M bd.ft ................... .............
391500 Pyroxylin-coated or impregnated 407900 Hardwoods, not treated.... M bd.ft. 153 13,751 636,943
fabrics ....................Sq.yd, 101,150 55,823 54,125 Creosoted or otherwise treated:
391700 Coated or impregnated 408000 Southern pine........... bd.ft. 213 24,457 1,040,868
fabrics, n.e.s............Sq.yd. 384,604 163,207 253,092 408500 Other.................. M bd.ft. 22 1,210 7,860
391800 Waterproof outer garments, except Boards, planks, and scantlings,
rubber and rubberized.........No. 13,376 95,911 28,722 less than 5 inches in least
592100 Corsets, brassieres, and dimension:
girdles, except rubber Softwoode:
and arubberized................No. 165,147 202,828 58,542 410000 Cypress............... M bd.ft. 324 36,060 1,034,286
3592800 Neckties, cravats, mufflers and Douglas fir:
scarfs (all fibers)..........Do. 15,564 108,596 20,289 410100 Rough............... M bd.ft. 5,675 351,390 18,998,946
394010 Hat braids, strips and sheets 410200 Dressed............. M bd.ft. 998 78,459 2,528,670
of natural fibers............ Yd. 64,863 2,434 671 Southern pine:
394050 Hat braids, strips and sheets, 410300 Rough............... M bd.ft. 4,86 352,819 18,470,185
Wholly or partly of synthetic 410400 Dressed............. M bd.ft. 1,607 142,604 5,285,033
textiles...................... Yd. 591,064 17,728 6,163 410610 Ponderosa pine........ M bd.ft. 1,315 71,864 4,109,060
Hata, bonnets, hoods, caps and 410650 White pine............ M bd.ft. 1,077 59,339 3,236,077
berets: 410720 Port Orford cedar..... M bd.ft. 87 8,962 284,740
Hats and hat bodies of straw, 410790 Other cedar........... M bd.ft. 63 5,56 238,400
palm leaf, etc.: 410800 Redwood............... M bd.ft. 716 62,445 2,715,454
394200 Harvest....................No 3,304 5,339 1,183 410900 Spruce................ M bd.ft. -3 2,91 97,312
Other: 411200 Hemlock............... M bd.ft. P8 29,843 3,A53,792
394400 Sewed....................No 14,603 22,287 6,684 411600 Other softwoods....... M bd.ft. 222 17,908 667,372
394500 Woven................... No. 12,01 23,955 9,966 Hardwoods:
39S100 Men's and boys' fur-felt hats 411100 Ash................. M bd.ft. 244 28,195 948,528
and hat bodies..............No 45,194 168,402 31,786 411800 Birch, beech and
395200 Womn's and girls' far-felt maple................ M bd.ft. 1,095 131,006 4,598,66
9 hats and hat bodies.........No 7,242 14,26 2,013 411900 Chestnut..............U M bd.ft ................... ...........
395300 Wool-felt hats and hat 412000 Cottonwood............ M bd.ft .................... .............
bodies......................No. 24,155 35,426 18,131 412100 Gum, red and sap...... M bd.ft. 57 4,420 226,90S
Other hats, caps, and berets: 412200 Oum, tupelo and black.M bd.ft. 338 21,033 1,127,625
3959700 Knit and crocheted.........No. 9,527 2,465 1,562 412300 Hickory............... bd.ft. 13P 11,560 896,250
395800 oven fabric...............No. 9,957 87,206 46,903 412400 Oak.... .............. M bd.ft. 5,014 61,910 22,501,267
396300 Artificial or ornamental flowers, 412500 Poplar............... M bd.ft. 26 1,780 81,4-7
fruits, vegetables, grasses, 412600 Walnut................ M bd.ft. 46 4,271 198,100
grains, leaves, stems, or parts 412700 Mohogany.............. M bd.ft. 2 1,020 8,000
thereof (all materials ..................... 24,210 8,471 412800 Magnolia.............. M bd.ft. 13 885 40,600



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Oinemodit
cod Canodity description and unit Net Val.e Sode No. Camedity description and unit Net value
(Sby of quantity quantity (dollars) e(ched- of quantyq t


GROUP 4.-M00 AND GR P 4.-WOOD AND
PFER-Continued PAPER-Contimed
SAWMILL POUCTS (I9BER)-Cont. PAPER BASE STOC S-Contied

Boards, planks, and scantling, Wood pulp (air-dry weight);
less than 5 inch. in least Sulphite wood pulp, bleached:
disension-Continuled 460100 Rayon and special chemaical
Hardoots-Ccntinued grades..................5.ton 867 64,100 140746
412900 Ligream-lrtae ..........M9 bd.ft .......... .......... ............. 400200 Other .................... S.ton 2,392 224,464 5,478:M
413000 Tea..... ..........M bd.ft..... ............. 460000 Sulphite wood pulp,
413100 Oak flooring .......... M d.ft. 131 11,192 236,086 unbleached ................S.ton 2,294 149,758 4,TL
415200 Other hardwood floor- 460600 Soda wood pulp .............S.ton 94 77,052 1,
ng.................. 14 bd.ft. .......... 21 400 40800 Sulphate wood pulp,
413400 Wagon-oak planks...... bd.ft. 91 7,045 517,000 unblached ................ .tn 11,595 79,187 24,06,00
Small hardwood disensionstock: 461000 Sulphate wood pelb,
413600 Except square ......M bd.ft. 550 94,425 2,682,624 bleaed ..................S.ton 250 20,795
415700 Oak squares ......... M bd.ft. s15 1,800 70,600 461900 Screenings and other
415800 Other square ....... M bd.ft. 14 3,215 75,482 wood pulp .................S.ton 275 16,344 6,40
413900 Other hardwoods .......M bad.ft. 252 27,289 715,590 Paper base stocks n.s.a.:
EBx hooks: Rage for paper stock:
414000 Ahite, ponderosa, and sugar 469000 Valued $50 or over per ton.S.ton 75 7,55 5,45
pine ................... M bd.ft. .................... ............. 469100 Valued under $50 per ton.. S.tan 478 13,801 T9,
414100 Southern pie ........... M bd.ft .................... ............. Other paper stock:
44 00 Hemlock and spruce ...... M bd.ft. .......... .......... ............. Waste paper:
414300 am..................... bd.ft. 90 14,947 276,520 469805 Overissue news ..............Lb. 94,946 1,182 99
414900 Other................... M bd.ft. 1,596 476,809 5,935,787 469609 Other........................Lb. 926,535 12,007 942 S
Railroad ties, sawed: 469998 Other peper astock............Lb. 1,588,195 18,036 10
415600 Creosoted or otherwise
treated............... M bd.ft. 657 32,394 4,008,871 PAPER, ELATED PRODUCTS
415900 Other................... bd.ft. 647 19,538 2,193,196 AND MANUFACTURES

WOOD MANUFACTURERS Printing paper:
471200 Standard newsprint..........Lb. 4,87,447 176,525 49,4
Cooperag; 471400 Book paper, not coated.......Lb. 15,50,939 1,147,045 14 26
420110 Tight staves, new............No. 952,517 190,523 4,496,157 472000 Cover paper....................Lb. 226,195 47,687 240,50
420150 Tight staves, used...........No .......... .......... .............. 472100 Greaseproof and waterproof
420200 Slack staves.................No ..................... *............ paper........................Lb. 3,387,180 624,445 77
420500 Tight heading................Set 46,5380 44,530 735,420 472500 Wrapping paper, except kraft...Lb. 2,470,469 252,111 70344
420400 Slack heading............ ;...Set 2,150 1,019 13,700 472400 Kraft wrapping paper...........Lb. 2,028,955 156,505 2,09,26
420500 Tight shooks.................Set 44,599 235,529 3,868,861 472500 Surface-coated paper...........Lb. 5,743,378 627,269 4,1,01
420600 Slack bshooks.................Set .......... .......... ............. Tissue and crepe paper:
420910 Tight empty barrels, casks, 472605 Cigarette paper (except cork
and hogsheads, new..........No. 12,058 62,016 87,097 paper), cigarette books. and
420950 Tight empty barrels, casks, book covers ...................Lb. 1,012,471 459,56 1,18,4
and hotheads, used.........No. 29,688B 85,132 2,528,456 472690 Other tissue and crepe paper...Lb. 2,252,519 518,170 2411275
421401 Plywood, aero grade.........Sq.ft. 5,118,517 243,998 3,952,990 472800 Toilet paper..................lb 1,185,00 109,128 12058
421405 Plywood, hardwood, except aero 472900 Paper towels and napkins.......Lb. 464,315 41,698 40,14
grade......................Sq.ft. 4,022,690 580,729 3,474,120 473000 Kraft container board.......... ,903,579 60,56 191
421407 Plywood, douglas fir, except aero 473100 Other box board (paper board
grade...................Sq.ft. 5,132,716 402,811 6,513,210 and strawboard)...............Lb. 9,188,811 4,344 9,7,017
421409 Plywood, softwood, except douglas 473200 Bristols and bristol board.....Lb. 946,192 120,999 5
fir and aero grade.........Sq.ft.. .................. ............. 473300 Other paperboard, except
Veneers, except aero grade: container and boxboard........Lb. 5,130,727 214,41 5,241158
421601 Fancy, face, or figured...Sq.ft. 1,959,$36 77,786 290,130 473500 Sheathing and building papr..,Lb. 3,62,44 126,258 6 76
421605 Utility or commercial.....Sq.ft. 2,168,638 60,713 519,828 475600 Fiber insulation board (7/16 inch
4210DS Veneers, aero grade.........Sq.ft. 53,505,678 67,165 659,115 and over in thickness).....Sq.ft. 6,302,252 279,515 4,4,5
422100 Veneer packages for fruits and 473800 Wall board of paper or pulp (1/8
vegetables............................... 145,476 3,524,035 to less than 7/16 inch in
422200 Lath............................. M 49 4,320 15,405 thickness.................Sq.ft. 8,627,727 216,757 4,6,00
422500 Shingles.......................Sq. 159 807 29,119 474100 Blotting paper.................Lb. 266,146 52,561 29,
422600 Door ..........................No. 4,400 17,509 208,807 475000 Filing folders, index cards, and
422800 Trim and molding ..........Lin.ft. 274,5361 5,484 46,880 other office forms, plain or
425000 Venetian blind slate ........................ 491 2,092 printed.......................Lb. 171,680 66,880 1
423100 Venetian blinds................No. 382 2,754 4,975 476000 Papeteries (fancy writing
425200 Sash and blinds, n.e.s.........No. 2,584 6,006 41,375 paper)........................ Lb. ,889 2,518 5,40
423950 Prefabricated and ready-cut 476100 Writing paper, except fancy....Lb. 16,789,345 2,076,459 18,91
houses ........................No. 1,817 1,8066,051 29,695,055 477500 Paper hangings or wallpaper ...Roll 98,211 34,111 5,127
425990 Other aillwork and house fixtures .......... .9,919 41,510 Paper bage:
Furniture of wood; 47700 Heavy shipping sack type.....lb. 497,815 42,806 77
424200 Chairs, chief value wood.....No. 2,163 12,537 536,51 477800 Other........................Lb. 449,242 55,207 465,499
424400 Office furniture and store Boxes and cartons:
fixturs....................... .......... 23,810 71,793 478100 Heavy fiber shipping containers
424700 Other wood furniture, chief of corrugated or solid
value of wood............................ 114,808 351,012 container board............. lb. 300,421 25,520 30,7
424800 Wood furniture, chief value of 476200 Other........................Ib. 291,050 71,426 5,
upholstery.............................. 60,2350 93,449 479300 Envelopes......................Lb. 84,279 27,978 sQ
426000 Boat oara and paddles..........No. 225 846 2,245 479500 Vulcanized fiber sheets, stripe,
Handles: rods, and tubes...............Lb. 661,37 18,948 05,76
426500 Plow and similar bent 4'9"00 Cash-register and adding-chine
handles....................Dos. 21 135 952 paper........................lb 15,021 21,917 154,40
428600 Hoe, fork, shovel, broom, mop, 479900 Paper, related products, and
and other long handles.....Doz. 13,860 18,647 217,956 manufactures, n.e.s...........Lb 4,447,618 718892 4,755,7
428800 Striking tool handles.......Doz. 23,799 55,704 356,506
Pencil elate: GROUP S.-NONMETALLIC MINERALS. 126.053,080 15,151,249005
429100 Eastern red cedar............Lb. 123,580 15,949 189,411
429200 Incense cedar................Lb. 102,940 2,400 102,940 COAL AND REA"ED FUELS
429850 oodenware (kitchen and household) .......... 3e. 687 155,480
429900 Wood manufactures, n.e.s.................... 353,545 5,625,482 Coal:
500100 Anthracite.................L.ton 115,196 1,225,010 255,4,09
CORK AND MANUFACTRES 500200 Bituminous.................L.ton 2,466,954 14,435,611 5,53,559,210
500300 Coal and coke briquets.......L.ton 9,249 85, 20,718,140
430000 Cork wood or bark unmanufacturedth 102,577 8,478 107,851 50400 Coke, except petroleum
430200 Disks, washer., and wafers .....Lb. 49,266 13,741 54,494 coke....................... L.ton 15,48 1,190,091 505 494,979
430500 Stoppers.......................Lb. 17,871 15,984 19,518
430600 Cork insulation................Lb. 79,158 9,902 87,116 PRTROLEUM AND PROWCT3S
430700 Manufacturse of artificial,
composition, or compressed 501103 Crude petroleum (except mot~rfuels)
cork, n.e. ................... Lb. 514,054 94,745 531,598 not less then 80 Octane .....Ebl. 2,640,525 4,453,167 803,58,06
430900 Manufactures of natural cork, 501107 Crade petroleum (except lubrin.e.s .........................Lb. 180,6"6 57,036 187,976 ctg oils) not e1e. than
l tane....................bl. 557,01 1,023,594 164,995 t
PAPER BASE STOCKS 601195 Other crude petroleum oils,
n.2....................,521 530,914 74,2~,
460000 Pulpwooda.....................Cord 1,551 19,957 6,682,800 501200 Natural gasoline .............bl. 65,216 177,861 20,850,496









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UNITED STATES EXPORTS OF DOMESTIC WCHAMI E.-MAY 194 -Contnuted


mdt Value Noi. Cood ity Commodity description and unit Net Value ei
(Sched- of quantity quantity (dollars) eightt (Sched- of quantity quantity dll ) (pounds)
oule B) p e B) und)


GROUP 5.-NONMETALLIC GROUP 5.-NONKETALLIC
MINERAIS-Continued MINERALS-Continued
PETRDIEU AND PRO8 CTS-Cont.
CLAY AND CLAY PRODUCTS
Refined oils:
Motor fuel and gasoline: 530300 Fire clay .................... L.ton 6,698 42,20 14,685,250
501325 Blending agents of petroleum 53090 7 Kaolin (china clay) ..........L.ton 1,144 12,534 2,557,351
origin ................... Gal. 4,616,142 982,196 27,194,114 530912 Other clays .................. L.ton 4,52 105,229 10,116,114
Aviatin motor fuels: Pottery:
501605 High Octane motor fuela.Bbl. 4,644,530 53,581,795 1,172,511,151 532000 Table and kitchen articles
$01698 Medium Octane motor and utensils ...............Do. 186,349 374,882 1,2,555
fuels.................. Bbl. 150,171 648,855 38,815,175 Sanitary articles:
51707 Other motor fuel and 533200 Closet bowls and water-closet
gasoline................. Bbl. 5,155,780 15,290,669 804,758,234 sets ....................Piece 15,764 191,651 1,313,774
501796 Other motor fuel and 533500 Lavatories, sinks, etc...Piece 8,926 103,026 545,610
gasoline, n.e.s ......... B91. 3,344,100 14,574,378 866,508,018 5533400 Sanitary fixtures and
01900 Naptha, mineral spirits, fittings, and parts, n.e.s... .......... 26,619 124,606
solvents, and other finished Electrical porcelain:
light products............. Bbl. 129,949 489,025 37,696,007 533500 For less than 6600 volts...Lb. 399,059 95,955 468,653
502700 Kerosene.................... bl. 658,891 1,131,357 178,823,538 5335600 For 6600 volts and over... Lb. 624,987 99,018 720,962
5000 Gas oil and distillate fuel 535800 Other pottery............................. 102,490 535,047
oil........................ Bbl. 4,005,951 9,193,3581 1,254,709,517 Firebrick:
05100 Residual fuel oil........... Bbl. 692,812 1,220,011 232,563,877 556100 Chrome brick and shapes......Lb. 987,710 31,967 997,380
Lubricating oils: 536200 Magnesite brick and shapes...Lb. 1,540,572 69,251 1,636,840
50500 Red and pale .............. Bbl. 198,210 1,824,585 64,734,752 Silica brick:
i03400 Black..................... Bbl. 9,054 70,519 3,468,515 556500 Standard 9-inch series....... 181 14,488 1,089,726
Cylinder: 536400 Other shapes................. M 509 45,257 3,140,652
503510 Bright stocks...........B bl. 6,482 75,510 2,089,465 Fire-clay brick:
50520 Steam refined stocks... Bbl. 19,367 269,61 6,328,617 556600 Standard 9-inch series.......M 2,540 160,275 17,802,450
503800 Insulating or transformer 536700 Other shapes................. 1,405 153,582 10,487,201
oils ..................... Gal. 149,683 5,281 1,271,457 536800 Firebrick, n.e.s .............Lb. 3,880,357 116,662 4,103,145
505900 Light lubricating oils in 536900 Other brick...................... 238 8,615 1,086,590
small packages........... Cal. 20,293 29,617 223,038 537000 Earthen floor and wall
Aviation lubricating oils: tiles......................Sq.ft. 189,66 62,251 643,176
504001 High viscosity index High-temperature or refractory
grade.................. Bbl. 212,960 3,069,078 68,954,531 cement:
504003 Medium viscosity index 537505 Chromite base mixtures.......Lb. 448,420 11,302 456,452
grade.................. bl. 111,054 1,683,590 38,716,864 557590 Other........................Lb. 2,723,477 81,862 2,800,690
504098 Lubricating oils, n.e.s....... 217,294 3,363,346 75,507,281 537900 Other terra-cotta and ceramic
504100 Lubricating greases, except manufactures................................ 57,064 4,190,749
graphite lubricants...........Lb. 6,517,048 414,575 7,516,427
504200 Psetrolatum and petroleum elly..Lb. 3,874,742 239,760 4,470,847 OTHER NONMETALLIC MINERALS,
504300 Liquefied petroleum gases......Lb. 7,957,120 125,105 8,171,910 INCLUDING PRECIOUS
Paraffin wax:
504500 Unrefined....................Lb. 2,783,133 135,629 2,950,056 Abrasives:
504600 finedd and semi-refined.....b. 6,240,751 424,862 6,415,S546 540500 Wheels of emery and corandum.Lb. 21,343 10,068 27,001
504700 Petroleum asphalt............L.ton 16,585 435,516 39,848,997 540600 Grindstones.................Lb. 400,338 13,8? 406,460
504800 Petroleum coke...............L.ton 18,944 239,900 42,430,838 540905 Diamond grinding wheels......Lb. 261 5,571 397
505200 Natural gas.............. .M c.ft. 1,097,558 96,373 54,401,119 540910 Diamond dust...............Carat 5,950 7,985 24
605900 Petroleum products, n.e.s ..... Gal. 361,407 337,490 3,029,867 540920 Emery powder.................Lb. 18,746 2,381 20,609
540998 Other natural abrasives, hones,
STONE, HIDRAULIC CEMENT, AND LIME and whetstones.............. Lb. 2,602,713 67,249 2,6-5,865
541105 Steel abrasives.............. Lb. 1,082,670 35,922 1,091,994
510100 Marble and other building and 541198 Artificial abrasives, crude
monumental stone, rough or and in grains, except steel
dressed................... Cu.ft. 8,760 32,690 1,592,646 abrasives...................Lb. 6,863,374 605,538 7,147,709
512700 Manufactures of stone, 541200 Wheels of artificial
n.e.s., except crushed stone.... ........... 9,215 155,235 abrasives.................... Lb. 2,714,566 941,34' 3,334,409.
Hydraulic ceent: 541300 Steel wool...................Lb. 151,150 29,282 184,571
516400 Standard portland........... Bbl. 549,288 1,249,020 209,286,047 541800 Abrasive paper and cloth ....Ream 10,000 97,123 321,722
516500 White nonstaining and other.Bbl. 26,828 133,949 10,249,877 541900 Other artificial abrasives,
517000 Concrete and cement meanu- hones, and whetstones......Lb. 108,369 41,870 125,052
factures................................... 7,501 175,788 Asbestos:
517100 Line........................... Lb 2,279,751 16,580 2,316,395 Unmanufactured, crude and fiber:
545105 Fibers, 5/8 in. or more in
GLASS AND GLASS PROIJJCTS length..................L.ton 1,466 145,67 3,316,893
545198 Other.................... L.ton 68 B,572 153,941
541200 Plate glass................Sq.ft. 428,732 153,159 1,354,384 545300 Paper, millboard, and
521500 Cylinder, crown, and sheet roll oard..................Lb. 99,486 10,539 127,875
glass..................... Sq.ft. 6,545,702 537,648 11,848,848 545400 Pipe covering snd cement. ....Lb. 770,898 81,422 934,939
Laminated glass and manufactures: 545510 Textiles and yarn............Lb. 15,305 12,710 16,280
521750 Bulletproof glass..................... 491 4,244 545550 Packing......................Lb. 218,322 152,892 263,804
5 21790 Other..................................... 27,910 234,614 Brake lining:
521800 Rolled glass, except 545600 Molded and semimolded......Lb. 193,222 142,464 240,254
colored.................... Sq.ft, 168,026 22,229 455,961 545700 Woven................. Lin.ft. 31,737 25,020 30,441
522000 Rolled, cylinder, crown, and Clutch facing:
sheet glass, obscured by 545810 Molded and semimolded......No. 84,947 33,701 43,686
coloring prior to solidifica- 545830 Woven...................... No. 32,013 13,975 19,091
tion, not less than 1/4 inch Brake blocks:
in thickness............... Sq.ft. 48,295 21,724 265,611 545901 Molded and semimolded......Lb. 21,907 16,780 25,567
525005 Optical glass, except 545905 Woven......................Lb. 770 911 910
ophthalmic....................No. 5,967 5,045 655 545915 Sheets....................... Lb. 426,351 32,507 449,974
523098 Other glass .......... ........... .......... 171,182 757,639 545998 Asbestos manufactures, n.e.s.b. 327,100 30,867 351,530
Unfilled glase containers Asphalt and bitumen, natural,
523200) Pharmaceutical and proprietary except petroleum asphalt:
ae.........................244,145 3,435,622 547000 Unmanufactured.............L.ton 1,929 ),359 4,767,216
525400 Beverage btles................ 578,40 19,085,290 547100 Manufactures, n.e.s ..........Lb. 1,960,520 85,287 2,052,038
525600 Other unfilled glass Graphite, natural:
containers ...... ........................... 163,454 2,562,184 547201 Ceylon, amorphous ..... ......Lb. 15,159 1,665 17,015
Tumblers, drinking glasses and 547203 Flake, crystalline, lump
stemware, plain, cut, engraved, or chip.....................Lb. 5,819 994 7,048
or otherwise decorated: 547298 Other natural graphite ....... Lb. 100,275 4,935 103,898
523710 Mchine-made.. .... .......No 5,410,949 166,687 2,123,000 Carbon or graphite products:
525720 Hand-cade..................No. 78,035 18,285 70,972 547300 Electrodes for furnace or
Table and kitchen glassware, electrolytic work ........... Lb. 3,297,812 334,600 3,736,460
n.e.s., plain, cut, engraved, 547400 Brushes and stock .......... 45,641 5-,102
or otherawiee decorated: 54700 Lighting carbons............No 1,991,095 90,269 127,211
524012 Machine-mae ................. No. 4,752,076 518,843 3,144,569 548098 Carbon or graphite products,
524018 Hand-made.................... No. 168,142 62,840 204,749 n.e.s ....................................... 243,853 2,258,625
25500 Lamp chimneys and lantern globes............ 27,495 189,397 Gypsum and manufactures of:
526100 Globes and shades for lighting 548300 Crude, crushed or ground ...L.ton 100 1,577 216,8e30
fixtures ....................... 7.3,070 374,731 546400 Calcined (plaster of paris)L.ton 631 23,895 1,457,541
529100 Chemical glassare ............. Lb. 210,32 96,516 187,4ll 548S00 Plaster board and
529200 Glass electric insulators..... Lb. 72,400 11,919 85,300 wall board............... Sq.ft. 3,940,5"72 126,391 5,629,664
529900 Other glassware ... .......... 374,047 2,184,530 546700 Other...................................... 29,888 878,241









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co C N. comodity description ano uit Net Vale Sh ig. cod Comoodity description and unit t value
(Sched- Of quatity quantity (dollars) pods) (Scheo
die 8)ul a

ROUP 5.-NONTALLIC GROUP 6.-4'ETALS AND MAXULE 1 inue FA URES, EXCEPT ACHINERY
OTHER N.ETAL.IC I.EP.S, AND VEICLES-Continued
ICWeNO PR.CICUS-Continued IRON AND STEL S541ANl
FACTURE-Continued
549000 Rock -ool an other se---rilgd
and 'fill" Fineral insulating Iron and steel plates, sheets,
mterials, except glass w ol..- 6FF 986,770 skel, and strips-Continued
r...ca: .603110 Contaiing no alloy......... .b. 2,104,878 655,895 8,
551 A n .ufactured ...............L. 92,11 194 92,524 603150 Stinless steelo...........Lb. 794,931 94,645 ,
Manufactured and e factres 03190 Alloy steel except
$5100 Ground or plverei.. .L. 215,51 6,47 219,870 stainless .... .............Lb. 1,050,448 4,980 1,09,4
561300 Other ......................Lb. 13,21 29,746 16,78 0200 Sketlp iron or stel ......... Lb. 31,973,831 4,251 31,97,0
5ual hr: Iron and steel sheets,
571400 Cride ........... L.ton 10,85 1,955,538 20, 76,140 galvanized:
715005 Crushed, ground, refined, 603300 Iron sheets ................ Lb. 654,274 3,822 ,7
5 subled, and flowers.......Lb. 6,040,486 150,59 6,7,381 603400 Steel sheets............... Lb. 31,591,349 1,4,791,
572250 karesite and magnea, and Steel sheets, black,
anuacturs ..................Lb. 442,218 24,816 482,767 ungalvanized:
572400 Salt ..........................L. 3,60,4 125,017 37,130,094 603510 Not containing alloy ....... Lb. 132,70,089 4,510,618 4 8,7
575600 Talc, steatite, scapatone, and 605550 Stainless steel..........Lb. 968,217 376,095 100.@
pyrophyllite, crode and ground... 603590 Alloy steel except
................ ...........ton 890 24,7P 1,970,913 stainless................ 6,725,048 373,00 ,15
588000 Charcoal, except animal 60600 Iron sheet black............Lb. 1,012,563 39,835 1,054.
charcoal..................... Lb. 120,5F2 4,459 124,278 Strip, hoop, bank, and scroll
Quartz crystal: iron and steel:
Piezo electric: Cold rolled, containing no
596001 Rae ..................................... 8,602 1,227 alloy:,
596002 Plates, resonators, and 603711 Iron and steel strip.....Lb. 8,718,371 754,168 9,06,07
oscillators ............................ 272 17 603718 Iron and steel hoop, band,
596003 Frequency control units....... .......... 5,894 954 and scroll..............Lb. 695,518 34,448 70,40
Optical: Cold rolled, stainless steel:
596006 Raw........ ................................... ............. 60751 Iron and steel strip.....Lb. 18,591 ,152 19,31
596008 Plates, leases, and prisam.... .......... 70 3 603758 Iron and steel hoop, band,
Cryolite: and scroll.............LLb. 1,795 84 1,8
596010 Natural......................Lb. 413,220 47,429 428,663 Cold rolled, alloy steel
596015 Artificial...................Lb. 490,840 40,949 S11,350 except stainless:
Fluorspar: 603791 Steel strip............. Lb. 288,264 78,419 579
696021 Acid grade..................Lb. .................................. 603793 Iron and steel hoop, band,
596023 Other grades.................Lb. 261,211 5,445 262,319 and scroll.............Lb. 12,097 6,425 2
596025 Mineral wax (except paraffin Hot rolled, containing
wax)........................ b. 277,073 26,159 296,621 no alloy:
596095 Kyanite and allied minerals, 603811 Iron and steel strip.....Lb. 8,806,597 292,6.2 8,819,16
crude, ground, or calcined..L.ton 22 2,147 51,751 606818 Iron and steel hoop, and
596098 Other nonmetallic mineral scroll..................Lb. 2,104,154 80,699 2,17
products, except precious........ .......... 1.05,390 266,824,519 Hot olled, stainless steel;
S9900S Diamonds suitable only for 603851 Iron and steel strip.....Lb. 66,652 16,819 77,84
industrial use.............Carat 8,294 21,253 27 605358 Iron and steel hoop, and
599096 Precious, synthetic, and scroll..................Lb. 11,918 3,005 110.91
imitation stones, n.e........... .......... 245,618 76,636 Hot rolled, alloy steel except
1406-Tal S Ar d basteainics:
GROUP 6.-METAIS ANDMANU- 60891 Steel strip.............. Lb. 1,442,687 82,541 1,45
FACTURES, EXCEPT MACHINERY 603893 Iron and steel hoop, band,
AND VEHICLES ................. .......... 74,341,207 1,952,591,315 and scroll..............Lb. 10,270 2,885 10,3
04100 Tnplate and taggers' tin ... Lb. 99,155,561 5,358,12 105,4049
IRON ORE 604200 Terneplate (long ternes
included)...................Lb. 20,431,218 880,771 21052,2
600100 Iron ore.................... L.ton 327,104 1,052,474 733,120,065 Structural iron and steel:
1 604300 ater, oil, gas, and other
IRON AND STEEL SIMIANUTACT1RES unlined storage tanks, complete
and knocked-down material, for
600700 Pig iron.....................L.ton 1,768 55,105 3,986,816 temporary or permanent
Iron and Steel Scrap: installation, n.e. .........Lb. 3,374,785 229,89 90
601020 No. 1 heavy melting........L.ton 3,376 58,666 7,559,016 Structural shapes:
601030 No. 2 melting..............L.ton 112 2,025 249,780 604500 Except fabricated........L.ton 21,650 1,189,664 48,10,87
601040 Hydraulically compressed 604600 Fabricated...............L.ton 3,007 581,252 6,749,70C
and baled................. L.ton 171 2,559 383,720 604700 Plates, fabricated, punched or
601070 Cast and burnt iron scrap..L.ton 1,529 27,215 2,980,440 shaped......................Lb. 45,873,18P 2,295,793 4i,879,2?
601090 Other..................... L.ton 4,500 42,245 10,00,833 604800 Mtal lath...................Lb. 275,90 28,034 276,42
601100 Tin-plate scrap..............L.ton .......... .......... ............. 604900 Sash and frames, iron or
601300 Tin-plate circles, strips, steel..................... Lb. 3,309 24,206 539,1
cobbles, and scroll shear 605000 Sheet piling............... Lb. 3,943,395 105,462 3,945,65
butts....................... L.ton .......... .......... ..........Railway-track aerial iron and
601400 aste, waste tin-plate..... L.ton 589 40,673 1,347,72 steel:
601500 Terne-plate clippings and Rails:
scrap...................... L.ton .......... .......... ........... 605100 60 pounds and over per
Steel ingots, blooms, billets, yard.................. L.ton 54,959 2,622,157 123179,9
slas, sheet bars, and tin-plate 605200 Under 60 pounds per yard.L.tn 1,763 100,288 ,954,
bars: 605300 Relaying rails...........L.ton 3,400 132,355 7,617,00
Not containing alloy- 605400 Rail joints, splice bars, fish601605 Iron and steel ingots......Ton 1,492 51,853 3,322,560 plates, and tieplates.......Lb. 28,863,677 849,636 28,97,
601606 Steel billets, blooms, and 605500 Switches, frog, and
slabs................... L.ton 11,091 493,618 24,839,28 crossings.................lb. 14,793,413 985,27 14, 5
601609 Iron ad steel sheet bars, 60500 Railroad spikes..............Lb. 5,481,024 228,263 5,727,8
and tin-plate bars...... L.ton 309 16,516 8694,215 605900 Railroad bolts, nuts, washers,
AlloyIteel, including and nut locks.............. Lb. 1,35,372 154,151 1,4 8
stainless- Tubular products and fittings,
601705 Iron and steel ingots ....L.ton 54 4,272 119,995 iron and steel:
601706 Steel billets, blooms, and Boiler tubes:
slabe ...................L.ton 12,202 378,952 4,927,701 606000 Seamless ...................Lb. 13,818,083 1,161,983 14,007,
601709 Iron and steel sheet bars, 606100 elded....................Lb. 95,5'1 53,910 737
and tin-plate bars......L.ton 67 6,421 195,321 Casing and oil-line pipe:
Iron and steel bars and rods: 606200 Sealess...................Lb. 31,556,355 1,62,555 31,590,
602000 Steel bars, cold finished....Lb. 18,606,479 1,114,448 19,198,718 606300 Welded.....................Lb. 11,512,964 480,400 11,525,58
602100 Iron bars....................Lb. 271,516 16,155 271,740 606400 Seamless black pipe, except
602200 Concrete reinforcement bars..Lb. 45,362,901 1,251,050 45,409,901 casIng, oil-line, and
Other steel bars and rods (hot boiler....................Lb. 3,914,279 228,029 5,95leP
rolled): 608500 Malleble-iron screwed pipe
602300 Not containing alloy.......Lb. 38,224,100 1,165,820 38,297,536 fittigs....................Lb. 435,491 6F,356 465,54
602500 Stainless steel............Lb. 71,696 26,067 78,134 6000 Cast-Iron screwed pipe
602 Alloy steel, except fittin gs....................Lb. 145,65 1,91
stainless.................Lb. 6,096,955 1,354,755 6,162,469 60705 Cast-iron pressure pipe......Lb. 7,766,094 213,324 7,014,48
602900 Wire reds...................Lb. 14,292,192 331,89? 14,294,318 606798 Cast-iron pressure pipe
Iron and steel plates, sheets, fittings....................Lb. 550,450 40,200 364,0
akelp, and strips: 60805 Cast-iron soil pipe..........Lb. 2,410,"'4 75,898 2,411,74
603000 Boiler plate.................Lb. 2,426,020 88,945 2,426,030 606898 Cast-iron soil pipe fittings.Lb. 76E,300 48,608 785,96







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UNITD STATES EXOT OF DOMESTIC NERCHAIIS.-MAY 1945-Contlnued

h inCo dity
coeNo Oomodity description and unit Ne~t Value eih code No, Commodity description and unit Net Valuie Sping
weight uatt qatiy (olas (Sched- of quantity quantity (dollars) (weight
qultit B)dollas) ule ()pounds)

GROUP 6.--ETALS AND HANU- GROUP 6.-METALS AND MANUFACTURES, EXCEPT MACHINERY FACTURES, EXCEPT MACHINERY
AND VEHICLES-Continued AND VEHICLES-Continued
IRON AND STEEL SEMI1L&NU- IRON AND STEEL
FACTUES-Contin-ed MANACTURES-Continued

Tubular products nd fittings, Enameled ware, iron or steel:
iron and steel-Continued 612400 Bathtubs ..................... No 1,002 38,346 406,742
Welded black pipe: 612500 Lavatories, sinks, and other
607000 Steel ...................... Lb. 9,657,971 453,553 9,669,981 plumbing fixtures ........... No. 1,452 25,260 107,583
607100 Wrought iron ............... Lb. 7,252,629 319,825 7,281,885 612600 Table, household, kitchen, and
Welded galvanized pipe: hospital utensils, and hollow
607200 Steel ...................... Lb. 10,332,760 539,41.1 10,561,427 or flat ware ............... No. 1,114,587 332,191 1,318,034
60300 Wrought iron............... Lb. 1,898,471 94,876 1,901,608 Metal furniture and fixtures:
807705 Iron and steel pipe, n.e.s...Lb. 12,246,946 1,89S,512 12,625,91S 612900 Sheet-metal storage cabinets,
607798 All other iron and steel pipe medicine cabinets, and
fittings, n.e.c............. Lb. 2,968,891 783,676 3,245,800 lockers ................... No. 911 10,615 34,756
Wire and manufactures: 613000 Sheet-metal shelving and wall
608100 Iron or steel wire, uncoated.Lb. 9,759,012 579,760 9,672,260 bins ..................................... 285 1,630
608200 Galvanized -ire .............. Lb. 14,198,105 783,e27 14,362,556 613100 Sheet-metal filing cases with
608300 Barbed wire .................. Lb. 5,454,954 229,209 5,487,075 exposed drawers, except
6SO0 Woven-wire fencing ........... Lb. 1,562,614 136,605 1,568,592 insulated.................. No. 181 3,545 12,981
Woven-wire sc eea cloth, of all 613250 Sheet-metal filing cases with
metals and alloys: exposed drawers ................ 29 919 2,461
8086W0 Insect ..................... 1b. 212,637 36,078 228,477 613550 Fire resistive safes and vault,
60e690 Other ..................... Lb. 454,946 156,691 494,536 doors, insulated............ No. 61 11,976 88,147
Wire rope and wire strand: 613400 Bank vaults, doors, and interior
608710 Wire rope and cable, except equipment ................................ 18,642 108,03S
insulated .................Lb. 7,211,204 1,485,045 8,031,974 613500 Other office and store furni608750 Wire strand............... Lb. 136,998 18,767 139,965 ture, fixtures, and parts ................. 15,273 39,385
6W8Q Electric welding rods and 613600 Metal beds and bed springs...No. 9,368 67,321 580u,70
wire ...................... Lb. 4,130,605 338,574 4,307,619 613700 Other metal furniture and parts,
Other iron and steel wire and (whether or not upholstered) .............. 42,291 132,882
manufactures: Cooking and heating stoves, except
609101 Bale ties .................Lb. 3,077,705 111,197 3,079,013 electric:
609103 Welding rods and wire of 613900 Coal and wood cooking and roomiron or steel, except heating stoves .............. No. 895 12,737 110,236
electric. ................ Lb. 477,895 74,896 516,307 614300 Gas stoves, ranges, and room
609109 Coated wire, iron and steel, and water heaters ........... No. 4,370 166,883 724,892
n.e...................... Lb. 490,889 86,364 571,152 614400 Kerosene cooking stoves ...... No. 9,532 69,890- 308,750
609198 Other wire and 614500 Kerosene room and water
manufacturer .............. Lb. 916,903 168,106 988,493 heaters ..................... No. 3,143 21,971 118,426
Nails and bolts (iron and steel) 614600 Gasoline stoves and room and
(except railroad) water heaters ............... No. 5986 11,425 34,596
609200 Wire ails ................... Lb. 6,006,041 249,650 6,580,676 614700 Parts of gas, kerosene, and
609300 Horseshoe nails .............. Lb. 281,12 45,230 318,740 gasoline stoves and heaters ............... 57,578 ,15,525
609400 Tacks (except thumbtacks) .... Lb. 365,978 53,533 410,898 Central heating equipment:
609500 Oter nails and staples ...... Lb. I,889,560 127,184 2,030,961 614800 House-heating boilers and
609900 Bolts, machine screws, rate, warm-air furnaces ........... No. 107 11,169 119,958
rivets, and washers (except 614900 House-beating radiators.. .Sq.ft. 27,284 10,296 124,613
railroad) ................... Lb. l0,027,085 1,185,828 10,624,033 615000 Domestic conversion oil
Castings and forgings, iron and burners and oil-fired
steel: boilers ..................... No. 271 12,706 19,678
610000 Ingot casting molds .......... Lb. 4,232,440 81,447 4,232,440 615100 Industrial conversion oil
610100 Grey-iron castings .......... Lb. 2,908,626 240,819 2,936,845 burners and oil-fired
610200 Malleable-iron castings...., Lb. 689,280 85,432 695,634 boilers ..................... No. 262 55,677 95,400
Steel castings: 615220 Domestic and industrial oil
610410 Containing no alloy ........ Lb. 1,724t321 214,757 1,735,165 burner parts .............................. 29,284 50,820
610490 Alloy steel (stainless 615280 Other domestic cooking or heating
included) ................. Lb. 1,833,370 234,436 1,867,478 equipmentpaand parts....................... 48,933 193,276
Railway car wheels, tires, and Toolsaxles: 615300 Axes, broad and hand ........ Doz. 4,194 60,562 251,689
610515 Railway car wheels, except 615420 Hack-saw blades, handlocomotive ................ Lb. 3,089,571 132,850 3,090,517 operated .................. Gross 26,096 169,176 178,817
610518 Railway car tires and loco- 615515 Circular diamond saws ........ No. 197 1,229 299
motive car wheels ......... Lb. 4,090,589 228,88 4,095,964 615517 Circular saws, not metel-cutting
61O25 Railway car axles, without except diamond .............. No. 5,58 59,522 76,635
wbeels, except locomo- 615520 Steel bend, pit drag, and mill
tive ...................... Lb. 1,422,516 60,404 1,424,502 saws, woodworking ........... No. 7,050 87,525 1ll,225
610528 Railway locomotive car axles, 615605 Diamond saws, except circularNo ...................... .............
without wheels ............ Lb. 287,303 17,328 287,680 615698 Crosscut, hand, back, and
610535 Railway car axles fitted other saws and parts, n.e.s ............... 343,410 324,e23
with wheels, except loco- 615710 Augers, bits, gimlets, gimlet
motive ...................Lb. 10,978,127 604,395 11,108,802 bits, and counter sinks, wood810538 Railway car axles, fitted working .................... Doz. 6,382 38,555 36,060
with wheels, locomotive... Lb. 15,633 2,240 15,653 Files and rasps:
610600 Horseshoes and mle shoes ... Lb. 104,226 38,708 112,919 615810 Under 7 inches in length..Doz. 112,503 151I18 264,470
Iron and steel forging, 615850 7 inches and over in
n.0s.0: length ................... Doz, 78,9653 204,638 489,804
610700 Containing no alloy ....... Lb. 3,0870,188 294,880 3,174,912 615900 Hay and manure forks ........ Dos. 291 2,844 10,800
610800 Alloy steel (stainless 616000 Hammers and hatchets ........ Doz. 9,260 75,387 288,925
included) ................. Lb. 4,350,960 326,404 4,448,430 616100 Hand heos rakes and forks,
n.e.5 ...................... Dos 2,565 16,000 79,920
IRON AND STEEL 616200 Shovels, spades, scoops, and
MANUFACTURES drainage tools ............. Doz. 7,760 92,737 416,215
616300 Vises ........................ No. 9,403 55,488 242,026
Cutlery: 61640C Automotive wrenches and parts .............. 88,451 140,008
6-1200 Razors, saftey, except 61650C Wrenches, and parts, n.e.s ................. 307,984 827,721
electric ................... Doz. 26,865 46,704 29,499 616b2C Hand-operated screw plates,
611300 Safety-razor blades ....... c(l00) 291,826 268,199 149,160 bolt dies, taps, tap wrenches,
611400 Scissors, sheers, and and parts ................................. 203,385 88,567
snips, n.e.a .............. Doz. 12,382 52,292 30,929 616920 Hand-operated pipe stocks and
511500 Table cutlery, except dies, die stocks, dies,
spoons .................... Dos. 7,526 23,007 19,108 bushings, and parts ...................... 122,343 162,766
611600 Butchers' and kitchen knives, 617000 Hand-operated pipe cutters and
forks, cleavers, and other metal-cutting tools, and
steels ..................... Doz. 26,236 88,119 63,686 parts, n.e. ............................. 114,077 85,925
61820 Machine knives, except metal- 617200 Slip joint pliers ........... Doz. 2,115 6,246 13,691
cutting ..................... No. 13,051 61,500 155,258 617300 Other pliers, pincers, nippers,
511900 Other cutlery and parts ................... 189,396 585,109 and splicing clamps ........ Doz. 9,872 83,782 100,298
HOllOw ware: 617720 Hand drill and reamer operating
612100 Tin and galvanized devices, bit braces, and parts ............ 80,816 100,405
hollow ware ................. Lb. 464,192 62,603 483,183 617810 Hand-operated planes, chisels,
612200 Tin cans, finished or gauges, and other cutting tools
unfinished .................. Lb. 1,944,715 216,796 2,091,014 and parts, except metal-cutting .......... 79,110 115,503

















UNITED STATES-EXPORTS OF DOESI IECHNDS& MA 1945 VCninue
Coar-onie Comntmdity
ce o Com dity description ard nit Net ae code Cmedity description and unit t alu
( 9 of quantity quantity (dollars) (Sched- of quantity quantity (doll
a 8) n rale B)

WP 6.-METALS AND MANU- ROUP 6E.-ETA.I AN.D mAUFACTUrES, EXCEPT .CH.IERT FACTRES, EXCEPT IACPNERY
AND VHICES-Contimed AND VEHICLE.-Continued
lRON AND STE5L
kANUFACTUS-Continued COPPER AND MANJYACTURES

Tools-Continued 640100 Copper ore, concentrate, matte,
Other hand tools and parts unrefined copper as blister,
na.e..: converter copper, or anodes,
617890 Gauges, for use in measur- copper content............. C.Lb. 60,000 5,300 ,41
lg and inspecting pre- 641200 Refined copper in cathodes,
cision parts ..............No. 18,497 241,341 30,670 billets, ingots, bars, or
-17851 Tools incorporating industrial other forns-..................Lb. 16,712,084 1,520,782 16,725.59
iaosnds, n.s. ..........No. 1,35 7,849 459 641300 Old and scrp copper...........Lb. 2,58 218 2,
61795 Mechanics' hand tools, 642200 Copper pipes and tubes.........Lb. 1,086,23 791,817 1,5
and parts, n .. ......... 955,600 680,291 642300 Copper plates, sheets, and
61898 Tool grinders, esery wheel ... stripe........................Lb. 794,881 204,04 926,051
drssers....... ...........L 22,725 7,640 26,934 642400 Copper rods....................Lb 94,95 19,724 1 T
817898 Other hand tools and parts .... .......... 1,099,47 2,48,984 642500 Copper wire, bare ..............Lb. 4,170,007 651,72 4,40,
Hardware: Insulated copper wire and cable:
617900 Padlocks, iron, steel, brass, 643000 Rubber-covered wire ..........Lb 1,295,887 31,59 1,486,17
and bronze .................Do. 41,901 99,169 156,455 643100 Weatherproof wire...........Lb 406,B29 122,658 50p
818000 Door locks, and lock sets of 643500 Other insulated copper
iron, steel, brass, and wi ....................... Lb. 13,327,481 3,747,782 15,6,054
bronse....................Dos. 6,793 64,90 125,650 Copper munitions
618100 Cabinet and other locks of iron, 643911 Rotating bands for
steel, brass, and bronze ... .Doz. 4,425 64,975 67,000 shells..................... .......... .......... ..........
618200 Hinges and butts, iron or 645919 Other......................Lb. ....... ......
61800 steel..................Doz.pr. 111,541 106,020 01,496 543998 Copper maronfactures, n.e....... .......... 123,729 52114
18500 Other nbuilders' hardware.................. 151,610 548,873
618450 Furniture casters............... .......... 21,757 89,316 BRASS AND BRONZE MANUFACTURES
618490 Other furniture hardware, iron
and steel...................... .......... 16,872 67,611 644000 Brass and bronze scrap
818500 Saddlery and harness hardware, and old.......................Lb. 76,090 7,511 77,49
iron and steel................. .......... 49,730 88,569 644100 Bress and bronze ingots. ....Lb. 4,298,680 539,407 4,50
61600 Car and marine hardware......... .......... 69,05s 347,812 644801 Brass and bronze bare, rods, and
618800 Hardware, n.e.s.................. .......... 210,9571 761,681 unfinished shafting..........L 248,006 62,461 2,5
618900 Sewing-machine needles...........M 5,01 106,700 9,467 644805 Brass and bronze blanks........Lb. 2,188,338 400,837 2,276
619000 Needles, n.e.s................... 2,701 54,251 5,048 645000 Brass and bronze plates, sheets,
619100 Sprocket and other power and strips ....................Lb. 6,86,921 1,251,705 7,246
transmission chains, iron 645300 Brass and bronze pipes and
and sateel..................... Lb. 316,872 101,021 .32,652 tubes........................ Lb. 267,174 110,790 12,059
619200 Chains, iron and steel, n.e.s..Lb. 3,092,701 458,289 5,10,457 64540 Brass and bronze pipe fittings.Lb. 3,964 52,018 ,771
Automatic scales, except 645600 Plubers' brass ..goods..........Lb. 37,662 35,707 ,14
coin-operated: 645700 Wire, bare and insulated,
619510 Bathroom..................... No. 34 568 1,519 brass or bronze...............Lb 182,657 72,826 2o,
619590 Other....................... No. 1,821 20,994 41,706 645800 Brass wood screws............Gross 18,075 9,395 18,4
619700 Precision scales, laboratory 646500 Hinges and butte, brass or
balances and weights...........No. 1,497 28,786 18,835 bronze...................D.prs. 7,209 5,247 2,7
619800 Scales and balances, ne.s.....No. 4,083 101,550 445,853 846900 Hardware, brass or bronze,
620000 Wood screws, iron or n.e.s........................... ......... 53,945 50,40
steel only................. Gross 695,799 150,872 580,184 Other brass and bronze manuMetal drums and containers for factures:
oil, gas, other liquids and 647901 Brass and bronze die stocks,
solids: shis, bearings, and
862020 Filled...................... Lb. 5,208,878 366,491 ............. bushings................... Lb. 73,266 56,732 9,20
620540 Unfilled.................... Lb. 2,653,418 263,190 2,842,804 647905 Brass and bronze fabrications
Other iron and steel manufactures: for munitions...............Lb. 61,450 16,014 5,100
620905 Fence posts, iron or steel...Lb. 73,192 4,680 75,211 647906 Brass and bronze structural
620907 Tool bit blanks, iron or shapes......................Lb. 3,232 1,225 3,495
steel...................... Lb. 2,631 35,748 2,964 647911 Brass and bronze stampings...Lb. 1,441 1,942 51
620909 Unfabricated tie stock whether 647913 Brass and bronze castings
or not sheared to length.... Lb. .......... ......................... and forging................ Lb. 38,831 16,059 40,00
620915 Lined steel tanks........... Lb. 59,921 21,122 67,834 647919 Brass and bronze circles.....Lb 2,252 471 2,4D
620953 Carbonyl iron powder.........Lb. 127,289 128,510 134,269 647998 Brass and bronze manufactures,
620998 Iron and steel manufactures, n.es................. .... ................. ..... 14,168 180,482
n.e.s.......................... .......... 798,296 4,429,036
I.AD AND MANUFACTURES
FERHD-ALLOYS
650406 Lead ore, matte, and base
68108 Ferromatnganese................. Lb. 97,405 13,288 99,542 bullion....................C.Lb. .................... .......
150 Spiegelsaisen .................. Lb ................... ............. 650700 Lead pigs and bars ............Lb. 58,44 4,776
622050 Ferrochrome..................Lb. 59,360 8,292 62,878 650800 Lead sheets and pipes. 166,054 17,230 174,05
Other ferro-alloys: 651200 Lead solder....................Lb. 190,555 59,270 20,
622085 Ferroolybdenaum.............. Lb. 500,000 291,55 533,693 Other lead manufactures:
622087 Ferrovanadium............... Lb. .......... ........ .............. 651505 Type netal, antimonial lead..Lb. 140,432 18,497 145,01
622090 Ferrophosphorous............ Lb. 1,120 5 1,195 651520 Anodes.......................Lb. 125 27 130
622092 Ferrosilicon................ Lb. 120,40 5,407 12,322 651550 Foil, lead, and
622095 Ferrotitanium and ferrocarbon- lead-tin foil.............. Lb. 9,021 2,796 9,31
titanium....................Lb. 245,000 17,763 247,450 651557 Plate, or battery plate,
622096 Ferrotungaten ...............Lb. .................... ............ Tnot assembled as complete
622098 Other ferr-alloys...........Lb. 5,120 5,236 5,349 battery units...............Lb. 54,911 5,465 59,87
651598 Lead manufactures, n.e.e................... 60,281 610,578
ALUMINUM AND MA2fJSACTURES
NICKEL AND MANUFACTURES
Aluminum, al-num alloys
(including dural54in): 864501 Nickel ore, concentrates, and
629000 Bauxite and other aluminum matte.......................... Lb...... ..... ..... .............
ores.....................L.ton 10,477 152,524 24,505,620 654505 Nickel alloys, and scrap contain829500 Bauxite concentrates ing nickel, except nickel
(including almina).......L.ton 3,37 213,630 7,558,216 silver........................Lb. 172,062 72,995 190,52
630000 Aluminm and alloys in ingots, 654509 Nickel metal in ingots, bare,
slabs, or other crude forms.Lb. 435,838 61,364 440,731 grains, rods, sheets, strip,
850100 Aluminum scrap...............Lb. 396,498 16,798 411,580 shot, plates, and other
650501 Sheets, plates and strips....Lb. 200,145 56,615 215,490 forms.........................Lb. 73,642 56,487 80,655
650305 Rods and bars...............Lb. 35,531 11,059 38,457 694998 Nickel manufactures, n.e.s......... .......... 384,740 960,818
630400 Aluminum foil and leaf.......Lb. 520,571 523,841 675,379
630500 Tubes, molding, castings, TIN AND MANUFACTURES
and other shapes...........Lb. 65,758 46,60 78,652
630700 Table, kitchen, and hospital 656502 Tin tubes....................Lb 369 256 512
utensils...................Lb. 7,951 5,173 8,794 656503 Tin foil.......................Lb ,06 1,795 .127
650 Aluminum or aluminum-bronze 656507 Tin metal in ingots, pigs, bars,
powders and pastes, alminum blocks, slabs, and other
content.....................ILb. 57,328 33,828 65,751 forms.......................Lb 247,218 139,896 250,W85
650998 Aluminum and aluminum alloy 656508 Tin scrap and waste............Lb. 951,95 8,455 99,40
manufactures, n.e.a............ .......... 125,969 119,179 656598 Other tin and mamfactures........ .......... 6,964 14,99









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WITED STATES EXPORTS OF DOMESTIC WRCHANDISE.-J A 1945-Contlnued

Comm t S n Commodity Shi
coeNo. Cemditj description and unit Net Value (.eig code No. Commodity description and unit qNetit value eig
(Seed.. of quantity quantity (dollars) Weight (Sched- of m y quantity at (dofl*lrs) weiunht
(pound) ule B) puns

GROUP 8.-METAIS AND MANU- GROUP 6.-4METALS AND MANG'FACTURES, EXCEPT MACHINERY FACTURM E, EXCEPT MSCHINEqR
AND VEHICLES-Continsed AND VEHICLES-Continued

ZINC AND 11ANUTACTLJNES PRECIOUS IGETAIS, AND PLATED PARE,
EXCEPT JEWELRY, PRECIOUS tETA;S
657000- FOR DENTISTRY, GOLD AND SILVER
6716 Znc .............................. 577,310 34,496 377,332 I7 ORE, BULLION, AND COIN
Rolled in sheets and strips,
657205 Photoengraving sheets ...... Lb. 69,743 14,22? 73,849 Platinum and allied metals:
66209 Sneeta, n.e.s., and 692000 Platinum ore and
strip .................... Lb 639,563 60,759 676,308 concentrates .............. T.oz ....................................
Zinc in other forms, n.e.s.| Ingots, sheets, wire, alloys,
65755 Zinc alloys, except and scrap: ......
brass or bronze ............. Lb. 20,565 4,967 20,623 692205 Platinum bars, ingots, sheets,
65730 Zinc die castings ............ Lb. 22,99 6,350 24,925 wire, sponge, and other
657596 Other forms, n.e.s ........... Lb. 3,378 584 3,530 forcs ................... T.oz. 834 26,023 83
[68600 Zinc dust ...................... Lb. 28,407 3,66 50,164 692209 Palladium, rhodium, iridium,
Other minc manufactures, contai osmiridium, ruthenium,
img 20 per cent, or more zinc- and osmium metal, and
658901 Battery shells and parts, alloys... ............... T.os. 90 3,270 12
unassembled ................. Lb. 27,627 4,819 28,360 Manufactures, except jewelry:
668903 Photoengraving plates, 692905 Platinum manufactures .... T.oz. 75 3,437 44
unfinished .................. Lb. 9,781 3,084 11211 692998 Platinum allied metal
65807 Wire ......................... Lb. 16,697 3,241 16,90 manufactures ............ T.os. 13 558 1
658398 Zinc manufactures, n.e.s .................. .15,629 23,808 Sterling and other solid silver
manufactures, n.e.s.:
OT ER NONFERROUS ORES, METALS, 695500 Knives, forks, and steak sets... .......... 4,7S0 43e
ALLOS, EXCEPT PRECIOUS 695600 Other ........................... .......... 15,222 2,386
Silver plated manfactures,
661000 Nickel silver, or German silver, n.e.s.:
crude, scrap, or in bars, rods, 595800 Knives, forks, and steak sets... .......... 34,512 21,231
or sheets ..................... Lb. 25,113 4,484 26,041 695900 Other ........................... .......... 26,400 19,450
662000 Babbitt metal .................. Lb. 75,690 25,370 79,325 599700 Gold manufactures, n.e.s. (gold668300 Nickel-chrome electric plated included) ................. .......... 6,437 463
resistance wire ............... Lb. 95,127 136,976 117,069
665500 Quicksilver or mercury ...... ..Lb. 3,301 1,188, 6,615 GROUP 7-MACHINFRY AID VEHICLES .......... 491,368,305 886,619,680
665600 Molybdenum ore and
concentrate ................... Lb. 149,590 97,981 315,177 ELECTRICAL MACHINERY AND APPARATUS
66301 Molybdenum ore and concentratesquantity only ................. Lb. 295,000 ........... .............. Generators:
663700 Vanadium ore and concentrates..Lb. 189,165 208,553 220,990 700000 Direct current generators .... No. 1,749 500,893 764,076
8701 Vanadium bre and concentrates- 700100 Alternating current
quantity only ................. Lb. 218,500 .......... .............. generators .................. No. 439 139,993 317,853
66800 Magnesium metal in primary 700605 Steam turbine generator setsform ..........................Lb 5,538 1,962 5,718 3/4 and under 500
6690 Tungsten metal, (stellite), wire, kilowatts .................. No. 20 54,003 84,835
shapes, and alloys ............ Lb. 24,865 217,266 29,167 700698 Under 3/4 kilowatt ........... No. 5 1,051 820
Ores and concentrates, n.e.s| 700800 500 kilowatts and over ....... No. 3 575,111 649,160
64501 Antimony ...................Lb. 10 34 161 700900 Accessories and parts for
664608 Beryllium .................... Lb ...................... .............. generators, n.e.s ................ .......... 379,971 115,731
64510 Bismuth matte, slimes, resi- Welding sets:
dues, and base bullion ...... Lb ..................... ............. 701010 Motor-generator type ......... No. 584 436,973 1,104,982
664515 Cadmium dross, flue dust, 701020 Non-rotating type ............ No. 720 414,967 1,060,596
residues, and scrap ......... Lb. 236,240 "19,506 236,240 701105 Electrical generating sets powered
664520 Chromium or chromite ......... Lb. 102,860 I99 102,860 by Diesel engines, (assembled or
664525 Cobalt ....................... lb ..................... .............. unassembled) .................. No. 915 7,448,918 10,195,265
66455O Columbium or niobium ......... Lb ...................... ............. 701198 Self-contained lighting outfits,
664540 Manganese ores and concentrates, n.e.s ......................... No. 1,650 447,067 701,992
containing 35 percent or more 701200 Wind-driven generators ......... No. 776 58,380 144,551
manganese .................. Lb. 821,755 26,259 822,942 Batteries:
664560 Tantalum .................... Lb ...................... ............. 701300 6 and 12 volt storage
G6570 Titanium, ilmenite, and batteries ................... No. 68,340 563,259 2,961,89
rutile .................... Lb. 17,000 10,117 122,180 701400 Other storage batteries .... cell 25,426 300,413 1,068,661
664580 Tunsten .................... Lb ...................... ............. 701500 No. 6 dry-cell batteries..... No. 43,573 10,276 95,883
664595 Zirconium .................. Lb. 50,202 1,570 50,402 701600 Flashlight batteries ........ Cell 2,224,285 108,450 555,566
664598 Other ores and concentrates, 701700 Batteries, dry, multiple cell,
n.s....................... Lb. 1 100 9 except flashlight .......... Cell 351,403 26,899 102,856
Metals and alloys in primary 701800 Other dry and wet cell
forms, n.e.s.; primary batteries ........... No. 607,692 699,127 2,255,608
664901 Antimony ................... Lb.. .................. ............. 701900 Capacitors, 1/2 kilovolt ampere
664905 Beryllium metals, alloys, and and over ...................... No. 139 6,734 5,584
scrap ..................... Lb. 24,060 18,752 26,387 Transforming or converting
664910 Bismuth metals and alloys..Lb, 100 138 112 apparatus:
664915 Cadmima metals ............. Lb. 4 17 5 702100 Power transformers, over 500
664917 Cadmium alloys ............. Lb ...................... .............. kilovolt amperes ............ No. 52 279,470 1,098,668
664918 Cerium metals and alloys ...Lb. 6,008 18,701 6,736 702200 Distribution transformers, 500
664920 Chromium metal, anodes, kilovolt amperes and under..No. 393 226,001 675,697
chromium bearing alloys, and 702300 Instrument transformers ..... No. 502 17,841 27,084
scrap .................... Lb. 50 20 60 702400 Other transformers ........... No. 8,621 112,715 508,587
664925 Cobalt metal alloys, and 702600 Mercury power rectifiers ..... No. 2 602 196
cobalt-bearing scrap Rotating converters:
metal ..................... Lb 32 138 41 702710 Under 300 kilowatt ......... No. 1,124 756,066 956,097
66A9 0 Columbium, metal and alloye.Lb ...................... ............. 702720 300 kilowatts and over ..... No. 14 163,662 315,890
664940 Manganese metal and alloys.Lb. -216,130 14,739 220,290 702800 Complete battery charges,
661945 Molybdenum metal, alloys, nonrotating ................. No. 10,765 86,63 103,976
and scrap ................. Lb. 844 4,388 927 Transmission and distribution
664950 Radium metal, radium apparatus:
content ................... Mg .................................... 703000 Feeder voltage regulators....No. 1,025 19,398 31,102
664960 Tantalum metal and alloys..Lb. 522 26,629 623 703100 Switchbonrd panels and parts,
664990 Vanadium metal, alloys, and except telephone ............... ........... 516,056 705,751
4 scrap ..................... Lb .................................... 703200 Oil circuit breakers and
664995 Zirconium metals and switches ...................No 414 279,574 514,608
alloys .................... Lb. 109 811 210 703300 Power switches circuit breakers,
664998 Metals and alloys in primary and parts, over 10 amperes ..... .......... .361,986 468,717
forms, n.e.m .............. Lb. 204,678 44,275 206,337 703405 Fuse plugs ................... No. 2,201,806 18,409 92,206
665000 Plated ware, other than gold 708498 Other fuses.................No 292,044 31,430 21,81S
or silver, except cutlery .................. 1,089 1,111 703500 Watt-hour and other measuring
667000 Type, except type metal ...... Lb. 10,056 8,117 11,281 meters ...................u No. ,970 57,008 55,913
Metal and metal composition 703620 Electric indicating g
manufactures, n.e.s.: Instruments ................ No. 6,384 113,362 42,32Z
669101 Magnesium powder ............. Lb. 187,55 100,160 214,503 703700 Electrical recording g
669105 Magnesium metal in other forms, instruments ................No. 761 93,192 25,639
npe.s., and magnesium 703820 Electrical testing apparatus
ribbons ..................... Lb. 36,010 52,252 39,044 and parts, n.e.s ......................... 1,426,923 318,646
669108 Molybdenum wire .............. Lb. 6,571 73,015 10,404 703900 Lightning arresters, choke
669190 Metal and metal composition coils, reactors, and
manufactures, n.e. ............ ........... 257,656 89,615 parts ................................... 44,655 94,777






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VERCLES-Conine VF.HICISCotned
UEIITDISL E EOR AND EICT RIC MACN-ET AND
Shipping Comodity
coe~ No. 6~odity description and unit Not Valeis SIi8 cede No. Commdity description andi units No au Sip
(Schad- of quatty quantity (dollars) *egt (Sched- of quantity quantitty (dlas (.ih
ula 9) (pond) lo B)pW-uds

GROU, 7.. MACLINER!1 ANE GRUP 7.-iAWINERY AND
VEHCLZS-Coctinced VEICIS-Contimed
ELECTRICAL MACHINERY AN4D ELECTRIC NA 08183!T AND
APPARAJTUS-Contioued APPARATI S-Continued

Motors, starters, and controllers: signal a communication
704000 Motors, 1/3 horsepower and devices-Continued
under....................NO. 6,944 100,805 116,849 708900 Bell, buazers, annunciators,
704100 Motors, over 1/3 and under 1 alarms, and parts.............. ...... 56,9
horsepower .................. N. 1,820 47,945 119,732 Other electrical apparatus:
Stationary motors: 709200 Starting, lighting, and ignition
7 04 2,1 1 to T. 1orseowar ........ No* 4,565 1,502,372 3 ,918,730
704200 1 to 200 horsepower........NO: 4,565 1,502,572 5,916,750 equipment, except park pluge.. .......... 486,322 697,M
704300 Over 200 horsepoer........N. 46 267,826 616,002 709300 nsulating material, n.e.s... Lb. 182,42 79,27 201048
704400 Railsay motors ...............No. 10 3,250 15,000 Rigid metal conduit:
704500 Electric locomotives, rail- 709415 Of iron or steel .........Lb. 2,503,612 156,000 ,50
y, mining, and industrial.No. 21 107,606 270,646 709418 Other ....................... 265,473 23,470 28589
77005 Station, warehouse, and factory 709490 Other metal condsit, outlet,
t-rucks, powered by electric and Switch boxes.. ............. .......... 94, 40118
storage battery, whether or 709500 Sockets, outlets, fuse blocks,
not containing conveying, lighting switches and parts,
lifting, stacking or sai-ilar n.e.s .................................... .45,508 281,147
accessory devices...........No. 68 121,044 435,792 Electric interior lighting
704798 Electric industrial trucks fixtures and parts:
and tractors, n.e.s. ........No. 179 5335,570 1,196,644 709601 Fluorescent............................. 147,123 239 6
704800 Starting and controlling 709698 All types, except fluorescent. .......... 9,16 148
equipment, for industrial 709700 Electric exterior lighting
motors and parts......................... 580,299 670,735 fixture and parts....................... 24,61 42,459
704900 Starting and controlling 709800 Other wi-ing supplies and line
equipment for electric rail- material................................. 157,34
way and vehicle motors, and 709910 Electric raors .............No. 386 4,072 79
parts.................................... 49,458 5,212 709996 Electric hair-waving machines
705500 Accessories and parts for motors .......... 227,779 493,198 (all kinds)................o. 12 1,611
Portable electric tools: 709998 Electric apparatus and parts,
705605 Power-driven, metal-working..No. 5,448 148,026 136,280 n.es ................................... 1,650,880 2,
705 698 Other....................... No. 2,199 104,990 65,479
705O00 Electric household refriger- ENGINES, TJRBINES AND PARTS, N.E.S
stores .........................No. 299 21,782 71,079
05600 Electric commercial refriger- Poer-generating machinery, except
ators, up to 1 ton............No. 781 112,165 287,105 electric and atdem e:
705900 Parts for electric refrigerators.. .......... 168,526 259,848 Steam engines, boilers, and
706000 Flashlij4t l aes...............No. 159,380 82,512 73,561 accessories:
706100 Electric fans................. No. 1,052 27,6-7 14:157 711100 Stationary, except
Electric incandescent lamps: turbines.................No. 8 19,696 96,B
7056305 Small filament lampbe (bulbs), 711300 Mechanical-drive turbines..No. 20 136,701 70,475
miniature and candelabra 711400 Locomotives............... No. 232 21,531,272 62,794,22
base........................N o. 2,251,420 166,959 170,933 711500 Locomotive parts and
706455 Large filaent lamps (bulbs), accessories............................ 1,407,241 14, ,95
medium screw, mogul bi- 712000 Frames, cradles, bolsters or
past bayonet, and other beds of iron or steel for
large base laps)...........No. 3,139,905 418,772 524,616 locomotives and other
706501 Fluorescent tube lamps.......No. 310,942 152,079 245,370 railway rolling stock.................. 40,10 297,
706555 Vapr and non-filarent lamps, 712900 Other steam engines, and parts .......... 86,193
n.e.s....................... NO. 142,770 22,110 19,538 713200 Steam boilers, fire
706600 Searchlights and airport tube....... ..... Sq.ft. 39,561 259,797 1,1515
beacons....................... No. 524 334,249 261,616 713300 Steam boilers, water
706700 Floodlights.................... No, 512 7,248 13,208 tube................... Sq.ft. 36,777 106,057 65,
706810 Electric household washing 713500 Condensers, heaters,
machines .................... No, 12 699 2,228 accessories and parts........ ........... 219,812 97,981
706830 Electric households ashIng 713900 Steam specialties, and parts.. .......... 1,571,538 5,942,85
machine parts................... .......... 10,648 13,312 Internal-combustion engine:
706910 Electric domestic vacuum Iocomotives:
cleaners.....................No 6 408 601 714000 Gasoline, carburetor
706930 Electric domestic vacum type....................No 6 26,946 115,90
cleaner parts.............................. 9,996 11,211 714100 Diesel and Diesel707000 Other domestic motor-driven electric, injection
devices, n.e.,., except type....................No. 11 655,123 1,52,721
tool ........................No. 76 5,529 6,696 Other707100 Electric flatirons.............No. 7,815 35,494 46,920 Gasoline, kerosene, etc.
707200 Electric cooking rangee, carburetor type:
domestic......................No. 38 2,746 7,950 714500 Not over 10 horsepower.No. 3,010 173,846 ,37
70750S Electric coffee percolators, 714400 Over 10 horsepower.....No. 704 551,86 1,013,99
toasters, and waffle irons.... No. 51 585 561 Diesel and semi-Diesel,
707398 Electric domestic :aing or Resselman, etc., injection
cooking devices, o*>niis type:
and parts, n.e. ......................... 48,731 66,052 Marine707410 Electric industrial m.elting and 714500 Not over 200
refining furnaces ano parts...... .......... 375,726 927,556 horsepower..........No. 305 737,791 1213,64
707420 Heat treatin :Arnaces and parts.. .......... 230,7863 487,321 714600 Over 200 horsepower..No. 86 1,033,721 166,290
707490 Electric ioctrial. heating Stationary and portable:
evices, and rte, n.e.s........ .......... 65,000 119,223 714700 Not over 200
7076510 1-ray Ln. .................No. 716 76,037 20,462 horsepower..........No 1,005 1,79,84 3 69
70755 Oter X-ray aparatus and 714800 Over 200 horsepower..,No. 1 565,376 1,226,44
.rt ...................................... 402,99 50,619 715900 Engine accessories and parts............ ,90,371 4 ,997
707590 Electric therapeutic apparatus 716500 Water wheels, water turbines, and
and rts, n.e.,.......................... 125,541 112,806 parts... ..... .......................... 39,543
Sigal and cannanication devices: 719900 Power-generating machinery, and
adio apparatus except aircraft parts, except electric and
and military tank: automotive, n.e.a .......................... 5,436 21,
70712 RadIo transmitting tubes...No. 45,539 541,357 123,959
70,618 Radio transmitting apparatus, CONSTRUCTION AND CONVEYING
and parte, except tubes...... .......... 5,972,916 2,723,175 MACHINERY
707700 Radio receiving sets....... No. 3,163 701,155 272,084
707800 Radio receiving tubes......No. 799,638 501,197 185,095 Construction equipment and parts:
Receiving-set coponents: 720100 Excavators (power shovels
707902 Capac tors (codenoers) ..No. 511,751 138,e87 47,156 included)...................No 41 620,740 3,969,950
707904 Resistors..............No, 221,575 30,187 11,199 720200 Excavator parts, and accesories.......... 376,106 95,425
707907 Inductors...... _.........No. 20,492 11,130 10,208 720500 Dredgine machinery, and parts... ........ 14,375 597,086
707919 Other................................. 1,119,387 458,9688 721500 Concrete mixers..............No 154 121,499 5648
708000 Loudspeakers ............No. 14,493 50,757 52,254 722000 Road rollers.................No. 132 468,236 2,45917
708100 Cter radio receIving-set 722200 Self-propelled raders....... No. 15 1,273,709 459
accessories.......................... 402,686 316,054 722300 Pull or push type graders....No 6 83,581 58,8
708200 Telegraph apparatus and parts.............. 880,730 478,899 722400 Other graders ...............No 13 36,31 1,10
Telephone apparatus: 722600 Scrapers, self-leading ...... No. 73 292,300 1,321,8
706300 Telephone Instruments...... No. 11,452 426,476 237,924 722700 Bulldozers, angle doers,
708700 Other telephone equipment trail builders, brush cutters
and parts ................... .......... 1,273,408 5633,949 and similar equipment......No. 175 24,261 1,37,52








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UNITED STATES EXORTS OF DOLSTIC YERCHAN1DS VA 1945--Contliued

coe o. Comoit dscipio ad ni Nt ale hipig od N. Commodity description and uit Net Value S hopping
(S d desquaityo quatit (dllrs (-eight) (Shed- of quantity quantity ( dollars) (weigh



VEHICLES- Continued VEHI CLES-Contirued
CONSTRUCTION AND CONVEYING ME.TALWORKING MACHINMACH I W F--Continued ERY--Continued
Contruction equipment and Power-drivan metal working
parts--Continued machine tools (nonportable)
722900 Other road machinery and parts .. .......... 1,I188098 3 ,475,S73 and parts-Continued
and parts, n.e.s ............... .......... 217,539 759,222 744305 Honing and lapping machines,
Conveying equipment, and parts, except gear ................. No. 9 1 48,530I 69,970
72400 craneswith swinging booms .... No. is 611,251 ] 2,733,211 7"3506 Thread grinding machines ..... No, 6 I 94,5571 83,520
7250 Other cranes ................. No, 92 1,636,165 [ 7,307,74" 744308 Metal-grinding machines,
2.4,,0 Hoitsan winch e, n.e.a .... No. 2,458 462,183 1,256,"7 n.e.s ....................... No. 255 I 162,050 282,752
7220 Derricks, except mining ...... No. 5 9,555 117,450 744059 Metal-grinding machine parts .... .......... 67,7911 65,367
724600 Elevators, and parts ....,.................. 145,883 379,086 7"3515 Horizontal boring, drilling and
72400 Conveyors, bucket, chain, or milling machines ............ No. 19 277,0541 421,7Z0
belt ........................ No. 73 175 496 706,570 744515 Broaching machines, all
729100 Other conveying equipment, types ....................... NDo 13' 114,1551 226,900
and parts ...................... .......... 727,126 2,585,605 74"317 Gear honing and lapping
machines, and gear finishing
MINIMG, WELL, AND PUMPING machines, n.e.e ............. No. 104 [ 11,305I 7,565
MACHINEW 7"3519 Power-driven metal-working
machine tools, n.e.s ........ No. 5191 562,8941 516,150
Mining and quarrying machinaryt Pa~rts, accessories, and
730500 Coal cuttsrs, ................ No. 5 24,7M4 45,778 equipment for power-driven
73I00 Rock drills .................. No. 869 231,294 [ 209,898 machine tools, n.e.s.:
73100 Him hoists and derricks ..... No. 95 1,4?5,328 5,431,513 744371 Chucks for machine tools ... No. 25,029 [ 288,941 225,516
752105 Grinding wills, classifiers, 744581 Vstal- cutting tools, for
and equipment .................. .......... 292,361 1,i518,174 machine operation, not in732198 Ore and rock crushing and corporating industrial
sorting machinery and parts .... .......... 942,295 3 ,514,917 diamonds .................. N. 1,665,863 924,9.59 482,985
7-"3100 Concentrating and smelting 744583 Fixtures and devices for metal
machinery and parts ............ ..... ..... 267,117 1,002,421 cutting tools suitable for
5. 75900 Other mining and quarrying use in power-driven tools .... .......... i 81,614 45,S5
-schiner7 and parts ............ .......... 1,458,169 { 5,205,749 744398 Other ......................... ... ....... 630,284 527,665
i Wll a refining machinery Power-driven metal-working
7M4200 Fetroleum and gas well-drilling machinery, and partsapparatus and pat ........... ...... I.o.. 1,942,583 4,706,585 Sheet and plate metal-warking
734900 Other petroleum well and machines and parts-:
Srefining machinery and parts ... .......... 1,8053215 ] 6,521,000 744405 Stamping, forming, punching,
735000 Other wll-drilling apparatus shearing, trimming, corrugatand parts ............... ....... .......... 58,869 3 84,336 ing, seaming, banding, etc.,
Pmping equipment machines and parts ........... .......... I 1287,640 4,205,980
7355(00 Centrifugal pumps ............ No. 1,374 853,427 1,690,864 744498 Other ......................... .......... i 90,146 152,092
735600 Rotary pumps ................. No. 488 60,506 70,412 Other power-driven metal735700 Deep well turbine pumps ...... No. 91 75,173 356,858 working machinery and parts:
S 7 5800 Reciprocating steam pumps .... No. 103 41,736 113,247 744700 Forging machinery and part~ ............ 1,1312,828 4,656,499
7 M1OO Other reciprocating power 744800 Rolling-mill machinery, and
pumps ....................... N. 55 096 J 4576parts ........................ .......... i4,732,292 19,0"4,754
736500 Hand and windmill pumps ...... No. 1,382 25,723 111,457 745000 Molding machines ........... No. 58 [ 88,204 185,140
water systems ............... No, 413 52,149 119,186 machines .................. N. 9 1 2,407 8,815
7369OO Purapand parts, n.e.s ..................... 1,495,571 3 ,822,033 745298 Foundry equipment and parts
n.eoS .................................. 3 21,996 1,285,869
NETALWORKIN MACHINERY 745501 Balancing machines, for
balancing metal parts
Power-driven metal working machine statically or dynmically
.tools (nonportable) and parts- or both ................... No. 4I 2,707 648
S 740005 Engine lathes (tool room 745505 Diamond dies for power-driven
lathes included) ............ No. U4S 940,9068 1,881,190 metal-working machinery...No. 284[ 4,973 37
740009 Bench type and light duty 745505 Die casting equipment ......... .......... 75,272 161,089
less than one horsepower) 745509 Wire drawing machinery
lathes ................. ..... No. 257 50,952 97,027 and parts ..................... ........ 16,759 15,141
Turret lathes : 74559B Other power-driven metal74020S Vertical turret lathes ..... No. 64 618,219 1,000,221 working machinery and parts ............ 842,556 1,815,831
i 740209 Ram and saddle type turret Other metal-working machinery
lathes .................... No. 55 591,474 497,010 745700 Pneumatic portable tools ..... No. 5,1701 261,606 154,697
S 740505 Automatic chucking and bet ween 745805 Welding torch sets and parts .... .......... I 192,274 158,521
Center lathes ............... No. 13 85,062 126,500 745898 Other portable and hand or foot
740307 Polishing, buying, and operated metal-working machines
burnishing lathes (speed and parts ...................... .........--. 2S7,457 154,824
lathes), centering, spinning 748512 Metal alloy slugs containing
and cutting-off lathes ...... No. 29 39,718 84,207 diamonds .................... No ........... ...... .... ..........
740309 Artillery, ammunition and boring
lathes, and other lathes, TEXTILE, SEWING, AND
n.e.s ....................... No. 45 215,984 390,B8 SHOE MACHINER
li 740407 Vertical boigandtung
mills ....................... No. -38 1,087,945 3,026,282 Textile machinery:
740409 Precision boring machines, jib 7500D0 Full-fashioned hosiery
boring and grinding and boring knitting machines, power740605 Tapping and threading 750100 Circular hosiery knitting
machines ............ ........ No. 69 72,177 120,411 machines, power-driven ...... No. 1i 8,517 10,522
740609 Antomatic screw machines, 750200 Other circular knitting
sigeadmli-pnl br machines .................... No. 18 5,669 17,871
types ....................... N. 17 49, 826 54,775 750400 Other knitting machines and
740700 'Knee and column type milling parts .......................... ..... .... 57,350 "4,166
Machines .................... No. 87 552,666 580,768 750500 Winders and parts ............... .......... 1 06,806 162,785
740800 Other milling machines ....... No. 169 955,748 1,141,535 Carding and other preparing,
7411DO Gear cutting machines ........ No. 61 363,005 446,409 spinning and twisting
742000 Drilling machines, sensitive, machinery and parts;
upright and gang except bench 750600 Cotton ........................ .......... 15i1i086 445,056
i 410 type .................... No. 159 104,608 172,696 750700 wool .......................... .......... 71,441 201,099
7410 Radial drilling machines ..... No. 70 556,223 1,267,979 750800 Other, including silk742300 Other drilling machines ...... No. 252 252,864 528,695 throwing machinery and
742600 Planers .................. .....No. 45 1,129, 447 3,540,782 parts ................... ;............... 52,064 32,133
742700 Shaprs, except gear sbapers.No. 79 259,742 523,294 Looms and part-s74M00 Surface grinding machines .... No. 78 289,058 555,060 751500 Cotton'loom ............... No. 52 18,499 59,8D
744000 External cylindrical grinling 751600 Other looms ................ No. 601 26,607 195,146
machines, except universal..No. -88 641J253 955,640 751700 Parts of looms .......................... 217,559 557,705
744100 Internal grinding machines...No. 19 216,928 238,250 754000 Braiding and insulating
744205 Tool and cutter grinding machines and parts ...... ...... 8,151 11,781
Machines, including universal 754200 Beaming, -aping, and sli n
tool ard cutter grinders .... No. 254 646,481 971,241 machinery and parts ........ ..... 2,609 170,993
74420? External cylindrical universal 754400 Dyeing and finishilng machines
grindi__ng machines ........... No. 30 224,331 3U4,569 and parts ...................... .......... 136,614 843,577






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ex IC LaTnery-- Contined E KCES CM o inie


754900 Other textile machinery end parts, n.e.a..
pa........... ........ ....... 99,04 1,52,669 775006 Plastio mlding machines and
Sewing machines a parts: presses.................................. 2
75LS Domstic sewing machine.....No. 1,015 40,165 106,181 775012 Mesauin machines for use
75507 Part for domestic sewing in measuring or insting
mchines ............................. 6,69 4,52 presion parts for use in
755205 Factory or indst rial seing the mtal. n icing indutres.No. 122 5024
machines........ .....o 1,819 235,161 251,050 Furnaes, industrial other
755207 Parts for factory or industrial than eleqtrie
sewing machines........,..................154,401 150,555 775022 Mtal voling..........................187,013
767500 Shoe machinery anS d parts, except 775025 ept metal woing......... ..... ,14
wg in.................. ..... 144,627 282,96 775098 Indstrial machinery end
parts, n.ee.......e..... .......... 2,90
OTHER INDUISTRIAL MACHLERY
OFFICE APPLIES
759000 Cigarette and cigar making and an
other tobacco machinery and Acconti, bookkeeping, and
parts..............t......... .......... 20,454 19,546 calculating machines
759200 Cream separators valued 550 or 775200 Non-descriptive or non-textover..No 128 12,767 2,420 writing bookkeeping end sc759100 Other d seiry equipment and counting machines, new.. No. 112 8
parts for comrcial use......... ......1 172,285 77500 Descriptive or tet-riting
760000 Bakery machinery and parts........ .......... 1,444 270,709 bookkeeping and asorutin
760500 Flourmill nd griaeill s i mene, nee.*............ .No. 1 0,2 57
machinery and part ............ ...... 71,727 218,678 77500 Listing adding machines, new.NO. 1,85
760900 ice-oil machinery and parts..... .......... 1,18 70,445 775700 CtalcuLating machines,
Sugar-ill machinery non g new ........... .No. 1 8, 6,2
71200 Cane mills ...................No. 140 12,147 16,6 775900 Card-punchingal sorting, and
761900 Other sugar-mill machinery tabulatiog machines, new....NJo. 2165 4,0 4,T
and p arts .................... ........ 172,01 776000 Other, inludin .ed and
762500 Paper and pulp mill machinery reb t.....................o.

and parte....................... .......... 140,176 940,028 776100 Parts for accounting, book762800 Paper-converting machinery and keApung and calulating
parts ............................ 408.......... 20, ,096 m a chines............ 201,
Woodworking machinery 776207 Mddresaig machi e ............ No. 15,
76100 Seill machinery ad parts.............. 77,529 199,968 776218 quwipmetnt, and part, for
761600 Planers, matchers, ointers, addressing machines ........... ...... ,8
ars olders.......... .....No. 2 1 26,712 7,415 776107 Dplicating machines, except
76100 Veneer aachinery and parts................ 108,836 115,282 litbograp offet type. No. 458 50,70
761900 Other woodworking machinery 77609 Duplicating machines, lithograph
Sand part........................... offs tpe.........1,4 58,78 ost t d.........No. 55 52,7 22
764100 Blowere and ventilating 77618 Parte for duplicating machines .......... 21,7
machinery and parts ......... .......... 3154,556 691,387 Cash registers, and parts
764200 Cannery machinery, and part................ 18,52 421,61 776400 New ...... ...............No. 11 ,277 ,2
764400 Bottling, bottle-washing, aNd 776800 Used and reailtn.............No. 254 41,4
00 bottle-labeling machinery and 776700 Part s...................No........... 12,07 6
parts.......................... .......... 156,657 557,22 Typewer s, end parts
764500 Brewra machinery, and parts.....eb ............................h No. ,40 24,861 ,5
755000 Ice-eaking equipment and parts.... ............120,915 610,280 777200 Portable, new..............o. 4 59510
Itefrigerating equipment and 777410 Rebuilt...................No, 419 20,658 2,7
pert.s 1777*0 Other, used...............No. 40 1,676109
765200 Not over -ton capacity................... 209,50 51,623 777500 Parts........................ ........ 55,147
7600 Over 1, not over 10 tone 777700 Staplers and staples (for office
capacity ............................... u)......,84,0 se. ....................... .......... 51,570 ,
765400 Over 10 tomna capacity .......... .......... 205,541 66,2 77900 Other office appliancee and parts,
765700 Self-contained air-conditioning n.e.ms.......... ............. .......... 14,559 ,0
units and partse................. .......... 9,8659 17,82......
765800 Air-conditionring equipment and PR7INO i Ai BOOBINDIn MACIE
parts, n.e.e ..................... .......... 211,682 512,687
764100 Vegetable oilill machinery 77P9000 Typealtting machine. ........No. 20 561,
and parts...... ........................ 14,804 502,948 779100 Printing presses..............No. 15 17,222 1,2
767100 Cotton gine, cotton presaees 77900 Bookbianding auhinery,
and parts........................... ......... 279,486 1,215,704 accessories, and pats..................... 2,329
769100 Ball bearings and parts, 779500 Other printing and typesetting
except balls.................... ......... 1,97,56 1,289,254 machinery, parts, and accessories .. 225,51410
769200 Aller bearings and parts,
except rollers .... ........................ 778,588 1,094,291 AGRICULTURL MACHINER
789500 Balls and rollers for bearings..... .......... 140,242 140,261 AND IMPLENIS
Air compressor
Stationry 70000 Bee-keeping equipment ........................... 535 ,
770400 Capacity not over 25 cubic 780100 Cream separators, under $50....No. 1,140 28,162
feet......................No. 21 74,158 210,971 70200 Other dairy equipment for farm
770500 Capacity over 25 cubic ft..No. 165 44,91 1,147,519 use........................................ 158,607 9
770600 Portable air compressors.....No 192 615,157 1,407,152 70400 Incubators and brooder........No 214 7,77
771000 Meat and other food finding and 780600 Poultry equipment, n.e.e..................... 2,101 7
slicing power-driven prayers ana ousters,
machines.....................No. 311 26,928 90,159 780700 Hand sprayers for trees and
772000 Paint-npraying equipment ad eRops .......................No, 4,462 2,715
parts.. ..................... ......... 44,222 60,904 780800 Power sprayers for trees and
Laundry machinery: crope.....................No. 24 80,4086,18
771700 Power-driven machines r 780900 Small Spraers for garden and
commercial laundries........No. 1 16,42 45,785 household uses under 2.....No, 9,229 1760. 5,01
7756800 Other laundry and dry- Implements of cultivatieon,
cleaning equilent a d par............... 74555 256,2 781000 Horse and power pdos........No. 4,709 58,762 55,
774020 Testing machines, for tension, 781400 Harrowa....................No. 971 75,51
ductility, compression, hard- 781800 Cultivators, borse and
ness, torsion and flaw- power.....................No. 1,862 72,976 641
testing.................... 184 ,27 25,784 782400 lanterns, horse and power....No. 51 4,673,
774098 Industrial indicating, record- 782700 Drills end seeders, horse,
ing, or controlling instruments power, and hand............No. 1,182 65,549 6,
and apparatus, n.e.s................. ..... 491,281 407,255 78900 Other cultivating implements.o. 4,997 1,7
774100 Gas meters and parts........................ 29,901 66,261 arvsting machinery
774200 Water meters and parts...................... 2,254 2,162 74100 oer, except lawn mowers. .. 56 4,95 7,
774450 Pipe valves with bodies of 74200 Lawn mors, hand and power..No. 21 1,55
iron and steel...............No 4,754 1,5,091 5,69,7 784400 ayrkes a tedders........No. 89 18,47 2,3
774470 Pipe valves with bodies of 784700 rain harvesters sod binders.No. 248 7,805
bras, bune, or other non- 78400 Combine or reaper tlo:eshers.No. 769 62,117
ferrous metals .................No. 79,254 17,054 220,672 785900 Other harvesting iampsoent. ..No. 215 60,641 ,66











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UNIT ED STATES EXPURTt OF DOWSTIC U RC HA DIE-As 194. -Cont nud

Commodity omodity
Commodity description and unit Not Value code No. Comodity description and unit Net Value S
(Schad- ofquantity quantity (dollars) weit (Sched- of quantity quantity dollars) wponht
e B) aonsle B) (

GIDUP 7.-.MAGI1E AND GIUP 7.-MACHINBRY AND
VERCLES-Contiued VRHICLES-Contined
AGRICULTURAL MACHDEE AND AUTOgDBILES, PARIS, ACCESSORIES,
IMPLEMERIS--Contimed AND SERVICE EQUIPMENT-Contimued

Seed separators: Automobiles, parts, and
76100 Tlresbera.. .................No. 15 21,962 107,25 accessories e-Continued
78400 Corn shallers ............... No. 727 4,894 44,861 Motor trucks, busses, and
786900 Other separattors ............. No. 15 4,824 17,2LS chassis (new)-Continued
7700 Feed cutters, grinders, and Over 2-1/2 tons-Contined
crushers......................No. 8 39,585 257,631 Gasoline (carburetor
Tracklaying tractors, type)-Continued
carburetor type (new): 790463 Over 4, not over
187300 Under 55 drawbar horse- 5 tons................No. 75 257,025 750,910
power.......................No. 49 62,174 268,945 790465 Over 5 tons............No. 522 5,189,244 7,41,~
787430 55 under 50 drawbhar 790468 Station, warehouse, and
horsepower..................No. ................................. factory trucks, whether
787450 50 under 65 drwbar or not containing conhorsepower.................No. 4 12,006 80,485 veying, lifting, stacking,
987550 65 under 80 drawbar or similr accessory
horsepower..................No ............ ...... No . ........... .. devicee ...............No. 76 36,782 806,201
787550 80 and over drawbar 790500 Bus chassis................No. 48 95,986 282,025
horsepower.................No. 25 209,950 426,850 790600 Motor trucks, busses and
Tracklaying tractors chassis (secondhand) .......No. 411 809,615 2,441,707
injection type (neiw- Passenger cars and chassis
787600 Under 55 drawbar horses (new)power .....................No. 107 212,246 879,56 790700 Not over 4850 (list price).No .......... **.......... ........
76770 55 under 50 drawbar 790800 Over $850, not over $1,200
horsepower.................N. 85 231,105 1,003,140 (list price).............No. 4 4,502 17,945
787750 50 under 65 drawbar 790900 Over $1,200, not over $2,000
horsepower................ No. 204 971,092 5,890,340 (list price).............. No. 11 17,185 41,557
17850 65 under 80 drawbar 791000 Over $2,00 (list price)...No. 5 11,160 16,440
horsepower.................o. 47 274,516 1,535,851 791100 Passenger cars and chassis
7850 80 and over drawbar horse- (secondhand)................No. 82 7,554 292,859
power..................... No. 455 4,326,610 14,589,146 Parts, except battery boxes,
Wheel tractors (new): tires, inner tubes, fan belts
787900 Garden.....................No. 84 28,875 127,528 and engines:
788000 1 plow.....................No. 358 181,445 882,629 791200 Automobile parts for assembly ........... 6,728,220 9,105,245
788400 2 plow.......................No. 1,296 942,918 4,720,029 Automobile parts for replaceT6500 3 plow......................No. 1,528 1,354,787 6,555,617 ment on vehicles
78600 4 plow and over.............o. o, 55,168 2,704,555 792100 Spark plugs.............. No. 510,768 155,826 .94,965
T8B700 Engines for tractors...........No. 09 47,518 156,974 792505 Automobile parts for
78800 Used tractors, all types.......No. 254 425,595 2,282,711 replacement, n.e.e..................... 25,401,798 55,405,905
70901 Parts and accessories for Automobile accessories:
track-laying tractors ...................... 2,682,595 7,522,771 7926800 Automobile horns, hand and
78906 Parts and accessories for wheel electric................. No4 22,615 55,702 101,081
tractors. ...................... ............ 1,026,211 2,745,201 792700 Other automobile accessories,
789100 Windmills......................No. 512 20,742 195,872 n.e. .................................. I 665,677 1,445,499
789500 Towera for windmills..........No. 217 9,196 96,365 Automobile engines:
789600 Nay presaeas, hand and power....No 221 184,351 1,128,620 For assembly on new vehicles
789905 Parts for agricultural with American trade names
machinery, except tractors................. 1,001,448 6,105,881 Motor truck and bus
189998. Other agricultural machinery, engines:
and implements, n.e.s ...................... 179,141 1,276,545 792850 Diesel and semi-Diesel,
injection type........No. 50 54,435 85,519
AUTOMOBILES, PARS, ACCESSORIES, 792850 Gasoline, carburetor
AND SERVICE EQJIPMENr type..................No. 1,587 565,620 979,0589
792900 Passenger car engines....No. 118 19,518 9g,511
Automobiles, arts, and For replacement on vehicles
accessories, with either American or
Motor trucks, busses, and foreign trade name or
chassis (new): assembly on new vehicles
Under 1 ton: with foreign trade namine790101 1/4 ton and under........No. 861 1,067,891 2,667,408 79515* Diesel and semi-Diesel
790102 Over 1/4 ton, not injection type..........No. 52 48,965 65,222
over 1/2............... No. 181 175,722 654,036 795150 Gasoline, carburetor
790103 Over 1/2 ton and under type....................No. 805 191,693 575,844
1 ton..................No. 145 156,919 752,957 795160 Automobile tire-service
790105 Station, warehouse, and equipment and parts.............. .......... 101,047 202,574
factory trucks, powered 795170 Pumps for gasoline and oil.....No. 742 21,115 45,704
by gasoline motor, whether 795180 Other automobile service
or not containing con- appliances and parts....................... 557,146 6185,325
veying, lifting, stacking, 793190 Trailers, n.e.a., except
or similar accessory military......................No 124 181,601 648,501
devices.................No. 42 70,265 519,212
1, and not over 1-1/2 tons* AICRAFT, PARTS AND ACCESSORIES
790201 1 ton...................No. 6 8,352 30,591
790202 Over 1, not over 1-1/2 Aircraft:
tons ..................No. 9,171 17,968,479 60,283,692 (Model number, names of manu90205 Station, warehose, 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. 58 85,3552 276,972 is indexed in respective
Over 1-1/2, not over 2-1/2 classifications):
tones Combat (complete aircraft,
790501 Over 1-1/2, not over 2-1/2 either assembled or
tone, n.e.s ............ No. 9,700 24,525,680 97,152,566 knockdown):
790505 Station, warehouse, and Bombers:
factory trucks, powered 793200 Heavy bombers, 4-engine..No. 106 25,035,551 3,561,600
by gasoline motor, whether 795220 U.S. Patrol bombers,
or not contalhing conveying 4-engine................No. .......... .....................
lifting, stacking, or simi- 79250 Medium bombers, 2-ngine.No. 49 8,510,185 1,491,000
lar accessory devices ...No. 64 158,498 274,905 795260 Light bombers, 2-engine..No .......... ........................
Over 2-1/2 tons- 793290 U.S. Patrol bombers,
Diesel and semi-Diesel 2-engine................No. 2 540,568 70,000
(injection type)- 793300 Light bombers, 1-engiae..No. 4 252,000 66,000
7904351 Over 2-1/2, not over 4 Fighters:
tons.................No. 22 34,621 151,661 793550 Fighters (pursuit and
790435 Over 4, not over interceptor, 1-engine...No. 475 50,680,705 5,975,024
5 tons ...............No. 1 2,150 8,145 795380 Naval fighters, l-engine.No 115 5,525,509 1,461,400
7904Z5 Over 5 tons ............No. 102 824,794 2,218,198 793390 Naval reconnaissance,
Gasoline (carburetor type)- 1-engine...............No 6 285,906 83,380
790461 Over 2-1/2, not over 4 795700 Fighters (pursuit and
tons...................Mo 2,166 6,925,295 25,971,919 interceptor) 2-engirs... No. .................................








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UNITED STATES EXPORTS OF DOMESTIC MERCHANDISE-MAY 1945-Continued

Comdity Shppn Commodity
code NO. Co dity description and unit Net Value cod No. Co dity description and unit N ae
(Sched- of quantity quantity (dollars) (Sched- of quantity quantity dollarr)
ala B)

GROUP 7.-MACHINEEE AND ODUP 7.-MACHINERI AND
VENICLES--Contimed VERICLES-Contimned
AIRCRAFT, PA6 ANDS AIERAFT, PARS AND
ACCESSOaIES-Contimed ACCESSOMS-ontinued

Aircraft-Continued Aircraft-Contiaued
Service combat (complete Parts for aireraft-Contimed
aircraft, either asembled Aircraft parts and accessories ,
or knockdown)s n.e.e.-Contimed
Transports 794996 Bomb sights for ircraft.No. 25 571,824 65,
795720 Heavy transport, 794998 Other (incomplete aircraft
4-engine ................ No. 2 731,364 75,660 ahipments for assembly
795740 Heavy transport, abroad included, when
2-engine ................ No. 4 1,065,152 102,968 such shipments cover
793750 Medium transport, parts ot specifically
2-ngine ................ No. 157 15,761,769 2,620,639 indexed in respective
795780 Light transports, aircraft classifications).. .......... 9,504,268 4,120,641
2-engine ................ No. 4 254,684 42,542
Commu ication, OTHER VEHICLES AND PARS
795800 Communication, 2-engine..No. .......... .......... .............
793820 Comnication, 1-engine..No .................... ............. Cycles:
Trainers (complete aircraft 795000 Bicycles......... No 1,566 54,90 4,99
either assembled or knockdown) 795200 Motorcycles..................No 1,697 767,707 1,282,760
79300 Advanced trainers, 795500 Bicycle parts and accessories,
2-enrgine. .................. No .................... ............. (except tires and tubes) ................. 49,48 111,278
795950 Advanced trainers, 795400 Motorcycle parts and
1-engine..................No. 28 927,804 248,980 accessories, except tires and
795950 Basic trainers.............No. 25 610,650 81,450 tubes .................................... 202,612 220,952
795970 Primary trainers...........No. 21 21,000 140,280 795500 Merchant vessels..............No 15 5,050,86 45,820,1 2
794250 Civil airplanes..............No. 16 594,790 128,170 Other Watercrafts
794501 Barrage telloone .............No. .................... ............. Naval craft and parts
794505 Gliders and lighter-than-air- 795661 Submarines. .....................No. .............. ... .............
craft, except barrage 795665 Salvage vessels............No. .... .............. .............
balloons. ...................No. .................... ............. 795665 Convoy escort veseels......No .......... .......................
794400 Landplanes mimes engines .....No ................... ... ............. 795668 Mine sweepers.............. No................................
Parts for aircraft: 795669 Auxiliary ships ........... No.................................
Parachutes, and parts 795671 Antisub marine motorboata. ,.iNo. ................................
794506 Parachutes...............No. 57 2,255 1,446 795675 otor-torpedo boats ........No 9 2,450,000 1,070,720
Parachute parts andfittings: 795675 Sutsmarine chasers.......... No .........................
794509 Assembled harness, harness 795677 Standard navy latches ......No. 5 27,000
fittings (adaptor 795679 Landing craft.............No 158 5,827,100 5,4,752
fittings, Drings, snap- 795681 Other.....................No. 2 2,81 11,D
hooks), and shrouds...... .......... 5,171 1,266 795689 Parts, and accessories, for
794598 Other parachute parts and noavel craft, except engines........... 2,425,8 4,54,48
fittings........................... 678 157 Watercraft, except naval:
Radial engines: 795691 Not over 16 gross ton.....No. 4 8,575 16,960
794601 1540-inch piston displace- 795695 Over 16 gross tons .........No. .......... .......... .............
ment and under ......... No. 75 590,773 110,650 Internal-coshusation marine engines,
794605 Over 1540-inch through 1830- carburetor type:
inch piston 795700 Detachable motors (outboard).No. 1,000 185,524 178,864
displacement ............ No. 79 792,467 177,311 795900 Other........................No 706 1,495,5 1,371,60
794605 Over 1850-inch piston Railway care:
displacement............No. 66 1,245,522 206,295 Passenger services
Other engines: 796000 Electric railway or tram.. .No...... .......................
794607 1540-inch piston 796100 Steam railway.............. ..... .......................
displacement and under..No. 94 550,625 98,140 Railway motor cars:
794609 Over 1540-inch through 796200 For track inspection and
1830-inch piston maintenance work..........No 161 55,947 16,2
displacement............No. 1,551 25,056,360 4,000,018 796400 Passenger cars.............No................ .............
794611 Over 1850-inch piston 796600 Freight care over 10 tons
displacement............No 188 1,500,250 555,126 capacity....................No 896 2,41,549 29,518,59
Aircraft engine parts and 796750 Mine, industrial, and other
accessories: freight cars, not over 10
794705 Carburetors, cowls, crank tons capacity..............No. 341 86,051 78,072
cases, cylinders, 796800 Air-brake equipment and parts............. 68,790 172,110
generators, magnetos, spark 796900 Parts, except axles and wheels............ 568,956 ,593,812
plugs, starters, super- 797000 Railway signals, attachments and
chargers, and valves for parts...................................... 200,258 175,
use in aircraft engines.... .......... 5,588,142 759,226 797200 Railway car-heating equipment
794798 Other engine parts and and parts.................................. 6,442 110
accessories .................,...... 8,884,143 2,165,440 797500 Wagons and drays ...............No 705 31,779 448995
Aircraft instruments, and 799100 Wheelbarrows...................No 4,184 24,747 27,61
parts: 799200 Pusharts and hand trucks......No 676 14,528 77,794
794801 Automatic pilot controls.... .......... 50,6053 6,889 799500 Wheels, n.e.s..................No. 12,024 33,235 151,5D
794805 Automatic pilot for Ordinance combat vehicles,
aircraft................No. 1 2,441 171 and parts:
794805 Aircraft gyro 799601 Carriers, universal.........No 914 2,181,792 6,7 420
instruments.............No. 68 13,475 986 799605 Engines for carriers.........No 90 45,560 90,990
794806 Aircraft navigational 799605 Engine parts for carriers....... ........... 1,182 18
instruments.............No 585 51,161 35,871 799607 Transmission, and parts, for
794807 Aircraft radio transmitting carriers....................... .......... .......... .............
and receiving sets......No. 5,661 6,707,736 910,680 799609 Parts, and accessories, for
794808 Parts of aircraft radio carriers, n.e.e.......................... 790,570 816162
transmitting and receiving 799611 Scout cars (except armored)..No. 4,697 6,055,108 is5,52
sets ................................. 12,151,136 1,540,256 Armored cars:
794809 Directors and range finders .......... 1,814 100 799613 Light..................... No. ................... ............
794811 Self-synchronous trans- 799614 Medium.....................No ............... .............
mitters and indicators, 799615 Heavy.......................No. ........ .......... .............
such as seleyne and Personnel carriers
synchro units and switch- 799625 8 man M-2............... No. ................... .............
boards, for aircraft................. 25,047 1,750 799624 15 man M-5 ..............No. ........... .......... .........
794815 Sound locators for aircraft ................... ............... 799625 Other.....................No. 19 0 1,B72,601 5,25
794894 Tachometers for aircraft.No. 16 920 65 799628 Ordnance combat vehicles,
794898 Aircraft instruments and n.e.s.......................No. 690 6,555,680 12,11,410
parts, n.e.s ......................... 1,514,684 125,667 799629 Parts and accessories for
794912 Propellers...............No 5,168 4,564,575 1,967,228 ordnance combat vehicles .... No. .......... 4,455,622 5,052,223
794913 Propeller parts and Ordnance service jnd repair
ccessories............... .......... 1,628,497 345,870 trucks, and parts
Aircraft parts and 799651 Artillery repair trucks,.. .No. 10 112,506 2L6,50D
accessories, n.e.s., 799652 Instrument repair trucks...No. ........................* *
794992 Life jackets and life rafts 799655 Machine shop trucks........No. 65 1,078,656 ,25
for aircraft ............No. 525 27,389 12,520 799654 Small arms repair trucks...No. 7 92,40 164,5
794995 Bomb-rack controls, control 799655 Tank maintenance trucks....No. ....... ...................... ...
columns, deicers, frame as- 799656 Tool and bench trucks... No 3 4,601 11,748
semblies, fuel tanks, oxy- 799657 Welding trucks .............No 50 654,459 76 ,200
gen regulators, and tanks, 799658 Wrecking trcks............No. 48 48,813 205,5
rudder pedals, struts and 799659 Service and repairtrucks,n.e..No 24 205,656 405,015
braces, and sing tips for 799661 Parts and accessories for
use in aircraft...................... 2,027,469 1,105,549 service and repair trucks.............. 479,761 2,71165




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UNITED STATES EXPORTS OF DOEST1C )YERCHR ISE-1LAY 1945-Contirnued

Ordnonity Soipat Commodity erhidiate
d Cmdity description and unit Met Value e t code W. Commodity description and unit Net Value 14 79
(ce-of quantity quantity (dollars) 'igt (Sched.. of quantity quantity (dollars) -ih


ONDe 7.... CHNEY AND2 G5,OUP 8.-CHiCALS AND
VEHICLE-Continued MULTED PRODUCTS-Contimoed
OTHER VEICL AND COAL-TAR P DUCTS-,ontimed
PARTS-Continued
Coal-tar acids, crude and
Ordnace combat vehicles, intermediateend p 1rt.4otinsed 80200 Phenol or carbolic acid ...... Lb ,027,062 382,802 ,073
Military trailra and parts. 802405 Picric acid Lb.2285.......... Lb. 2,550 51,954 558,990
799701 1/2 ton and under ..802409 Cresylic acid and cresol. ... .Lb. 125,248 18,689 142,479
2 wheel...............No 49 7,725 55,70 802420 Benzoie acid, technical and
799703 ever 1/2, no tover.. o..n. medicinel grades ............ Lb. 2,699 1,481 5,980
2 -heel cargo ............No ..................................... 802460 Salicylic acid technical and
799705 Over 1/2 not over I ton- medicinal grades ............Lb. 6,902 2,825 10,752
2 wheel, 250 gallon tank..No ..................................... 0248 Other coal-tar acid ......... Lb. 7,420 4,849 8,273
799707 Over 1 ton, not over 1-1/2 Coal-tar intermediates, except
tonal (van included)....... ....... .No. .......... ..... ...............coal-tar acids799709 2 wheel 2 horse vans ..... No .................................... 802515 Aniline oil..i ............... Lb. 54,07 1 .0 9,260
799711 4 wheel..................No.................................. .02519 Aniline salts................Lb 65,238 1,831 8,185
799715 4-ton 4 wheel van K-... Jo...................................... 802530 Beta naphthol and beta naphthol
799717 5-ton pole type ........................ No .......... .............. .flakes .................... Lb. 57,478 1,885 64,163
799719 12-ton ................... No. ..................... ............. 802550 iethylanilinee............. Lb........... .......... .............
799721 20-ton tank transport. No....... .......... .......... ............. 802570 Diphenylaine................ Lb. 5 4 6
799723 20-ton low bed house N........ .......... .......... ............. 802580 Pentachlorophenol............ Lb. 1,500 268 1,605
799725 5600 gallon gasoline 802587 Sodium pentachlorophenate. ... .Lb ....................................
4 wheel ..................No .................... ...................802590 Phthalic anhydride ...........Lb. 50,502 6,759 $5,226
799727 40 ton tank transport ...... No. ................................. 802591 Trioresyl phosphate .......... Lb. .................................
799729 Military trailers, n.e.s.,.-No. 168 731,716 2,094,169 802593 Dibutyl and diethyl phthalate
799731 Parts and accessories for and dipropylphthalate,
military trailers ............ .............394,984 382,890 (normal and iso) ............Lb. 401,057 97,145 451,702
799741 2-1/2 ton surgical ......... No ..................................... 802594 Nitroderivatives of benzene,
799745 2 wheel cargo............. No..................... ............. toluene, xylenes, naphthalene
799745 Van E-55 ................... NO. .......... .......... ............. and phenols in addition to
799747 6-ton 2 wheel, coast those specified in President's
RA llery ....................................................... ..........Proclamation of May 1, 1937.Lh. 94,058 7,145 106,796
799749 6-ton 2 wheel van ....... No ..................................... 802596 Styrene ...................... Lb 400 146 452
799751 6-ton van and stake ........ No ..................................... 802598 Other coal-tar intemediates.Lb. 627,049 125,495 740,875
799753 l0-ton-2 wheel van ......... No. ................................... 802800 Rubber compounding agents of
79975S 10-ton low bed and stake coal-tar origin ..............Lb 30,001 121,192 340,299
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. 36,748 27,594 42,148
799757 20 ton tank transport ...... N ................................... 805905 Sulfur black................. Lb. 315,024 76,719 353,142
799759 Military emi-trailes, 80905 Synthetic indigo ............. Lb. 32,800 25,655 38,501
n.e.a .....................o 58 116,511 498,658 805909 Other coal-tar dyes .......... Lb. 1,548,745 1,348,420 1,586,685
799761 Parts and accessories for Synthetic flavors and perfume
military semi-trailers ................. 9,704 18,392 material
799800 Mobile communications unit.. .No. 57 5,119,416 1,250,766 806150 Vanillin ................... Lb. 1,159 5,688 1,628
Military tanks, 806190 Other synthetic flavors and
Light tanks weighing under 20 perfume materials ........... Lb. 85,278 109,955 108,839
tons each: 806910 Methyl salicylate, technical
799921 Model M-3 ................ No........... .......................and medicinal grades ........ Lb. 36,248 9,162 42,042
799923 Model N-sa .............. No. 2 1,197,62 785,625 86920 Sodum beeote, technical
799925 Model M-5 ................ No. 62 944,446 1,923,280 and medicinal grades ........ Lb. 19,057 8,590 24,04S
799927 Model T-7, except 806930 Photographic chemicals of coalsar-tank............. No. .......... .......... ............. tar origin .................. Lb. 10,900 9,889 14,699
799929 Light tacks, n.e~ ....No. 175 5,248,137 3,118,195 80698 Other finished coal-tar
Medium tacks weighing 20 to products ...................... Lb. 110,192 53,453 132,745
40 tone each,
799931 Model M-5 ................ No........... .......................MEDICINAL AND PHARMACEUTICAL
799932 Model M-3A .............. No........... .......................PREPARATIONS
799935 Model -SA2 .............. No..................................
799934 Model -3A3 .............. No........... ....................... 811100 Cas -oil...................Gal 3,956 9,586 46,810
799935 Model M-A4 .............No..................... ............. 811300 White mineral oil ............. Ga. 279,170 119,699 2,256,394
799936 Model U-SA5 .............. No........... ....................... 811905 Fish oils and fish liver oils
799941 Model M-4 ................ No........... .......................and concentrates thereof,
799942 Model M-41 .............No..................... ............. medicinal grades .............Lb. 254,990 537,60 540,190
799943 Model M-4A2 .............. No. 125 7,068,824 10,058,704 811998 Vitamines and vitasterols,
799944 Model M-4A5 .............No........... .......... ............ n.e.s ......................... Lb. 546,038 2,077,255 913,721
799945 Model M-4A4 .............. No........... ....................... iologics:
799946 Model M-4A5 .............No..................... ............. 812000 For animal and veterinary use .............. 59,694 45,091
799949 Medium tanks, n.s. ...... N ........... .......... ............. 812100 Serums and antitoxins for
799955 Heavy tanks weighing over human use ................................. 278,597 34,075
40 tons each............. No..................... ............. 812200 Vaccines for human use .......... ......... 78,767 20,867
799957 Other military tanks ... No .......... ....................... 812300 Glandular products, organ799961 Military tank radio transmitting otherapeutics, enzymes,
and receiving sets .......... No. 147 47,751 18,577 ferments, and culture media .............. 700,499 232,408
799963 Parts And accessories for Druggists' nonproprietary
military tank radio trans- preparations:
hitting and receiving sets..... .......... 217,593 114,652 Elixirs, tinctures, fluid
799971 Engines for light, medium extracts, ampoules, and
and heavy tanks ............. No. 829 3,152,084 1,908,689 similar liquid solutions:
799975 Engine parts for light, medium 812403 Fluid extract of belladonna
and heavy tanks .......................... 624,169 529,131 leaf, N. P. and root,
799981 Transmission and transmission U. S. P., tincture of
parts for light, medium, and belladonna, U. 5. P., and
heavy talks .............................. 2,785,025 1,809,571 belladonna liniment, N. F.............. 542 227
799985 Other carts and accessories for 812415 Fluid extract and tincture
light, medium and heavy tanks ............ 16,686,447 16,585,671 of hyoscyssus........................... 263 302
799995 Boat propellers and blades 812419 Fluid extract and tincture
(brass and bronze) ........... Lb 15,836 10,980 17,494 of stramonium ...........................50 119
799998 Vehicles and parts, n.e.a......... ........... 2086853 817,424 812498 Elixira, tinctures, fluid
extracts, ampoules, and
GROUP 8.-CHEICALS AND similar liquid solutions,
LATED PRODUCTS ........................43,959,112 470,185,987 n.e.s ........................ .......... 129,906 218,904
812500 Menthol .................... Lb. ,571 55,257 6,351
COAL-TAR PRODUCTS 812750 Quinine sulphate ........ AV.Oz. 200 181 25
812750 Other quinine salts and
800500 Crude and refined coal tar.. Gal 149,715 s7,273 1,647,663 compounds, quinine sulfate
800600 Bensol or bensene............Gal 214,037 30,632 1,581,743 content ...............Av.Os 17,119 12,831 4,299
800700 Coal-tar pitch ..............L.to 4,950 101,399 11,090,379 Tablets, pills, capsules,
801000 Creosote or dead oil .......... al. 52,319 12,788 489,998 powders, ointmeta, and
BO1100 Toluene or toluol.............. Lb 7,590,215 85,321 7,504,956 similar mamfactures, n.e.c.,
801200 Xylene or xylol ................ Lb. 108,356 5,79 107,817 812792 Acetylsalicylic acid or
802005 Naphthalene..................Lb 9,268 2,339 10,516 aspirin, in tablet form ................ 12,546 41,564
802025 Pyridine, crude or refined. Lb 4,211 1,713 4,765 812795 Extract of belladonna, and
802098 Crude coal-tar products, belladonna ointment and
n.e.s .......................Lb 223,832 11,657 236 ,823 plaster, U. S. P ..........Lb. 178 1,048 749






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ITED STATE EXPORTS DOETIC ERCH SE-MAY 1945-Continued





Commodity Shippingta~ Coomodit phUe o h
S. dity deanrtiption and unit. Net Value Comdity decrip n and ut et lu
(ched- of quantity quantity (dollars ) (S d ofquantity qatity (dollar
ute B) %A@___)

GOUP B.-CM CAi AM GROUP 6.-CI CAa AND
E.ATED PREEDCTS-Contimed RtLATED PEDUC'5-Continued
MBDICIMAL AD PHAilATICAL CHEMICAL SPECIALTIES-Contimed
PEPARATIOMn-.ontimed
82000 Nicotine alkaloid ............. .Lb........... .. ....
Druggists' nonproprietary 820100 Copper sulphate or ble
preparations-Contimed itriol .......................Lb. 5,M1,86 187,08 3
Tablets, pillar, capsules, 820200 Lead areenate.................Lb. 11,980 1595 12
podera, ointments, and 620300 Calcium a.rsenate............... Lb, 71,650 52,964 ,N
similar manufactures, 820400 Petroleum oil prays,
n.e.e.-Contiued agricultural. ................0a. 90,676 26,521 987aigg
812794 Extract of hyscyamnus or 020530 Pyrethrum extract... ... ....Lb. .......... ............
Henbane...................Lb. 105 759 160 820550 Seed disinfectantse............ Lb. 11,278 5,428 IS 6g5
812795 Extract of tramonium ...... Lb. 10 175 115 820560 Paradichlorobenene ......... Lb. 15,947 2,007 1 2
812796 Scopolneinsa Itscine....Av. 229 3,162 102 820591 apric acetoarenite
012798 Tablets, pill capsules, 1(paris green).................Lb. 15,400 5,977 18,0
powders, ointments, and 820592 Pyrethrum or insect flower
similar manufacturers, n.e.a.. .......... 360,620 241,048 powders .....................Lb. 700 28 we
Medicinal chemical for 820595 btenone ......................Lb. 5,810 2,177
prescription use: 620596 Calcium canide................Lb. 511,605 5,5 1
813508 Atropine aulfate ..........aT., 695 2,194 500 820596 Other agricultural inseticides,
81511 Caffeine alkaloid ............Lb. 6,266 19,82 7,98 fungicides, and similar prpare813812 Cafein salt and tions and materials, dry or
compounds...................Lb 16,558 46,559 2!,210 liquid basis ..................Lb. 475,416 80,.4680
813515 Eadium salts and compounds, 820600 Household and iniuatrial
radium content ........illigrea 68 1,967 126 insecticides, exterminators,
813517 Strychnine and salts.... o. 601 676 1,358 and repellent, liquid, paste,
813518 Theobromie and theobrosmine powder........................Lb. 1,945,352 1,184,50s 2.6
salts and compounds.. .......Lb. 20,600 48,810 25,877 820900 iousehold and industrial dia615519 Theophylline and theophylline infectants, doodoranta,
salts....................Av.Oz. 35,254 24,442 5,629 germicides, and similar
813525 Bensocaine-benzoate, preparations..................Lb. 480,846 51,500 552,65
ethocesine, noocaine 823000 Baking powder.................. Lb. 1,150,185 117,5 1,26
P-eminobenzoyl-diethy- 825500 Dextrine or British gu........Lb. 429,097 36,015 4,
landinethanal, planocaine, 825400 Tobacco sancing or extract used
and all forms of procaine... Lb. 3,055 13,946 8,774 for flavoring tobacco.........Lb. 5,445 1 6,232
813530 Acetylsalicylic acid or 823801 Pipented resin emulsions for
aspirin, in bulk............Lb 113,862 47,678 129,497 textile use................... Lb. 24,912 5,157 ,1
81540 Acetophenetedine.............. Lb. 7,462 7,285 9,498 825805 Detergents, penetrating, wetting
81553 OGlycerophosphoric acid and ad scouring agents, and
salts.......................Lb. 12,131 20,984 16,547 dyeing assistant ..............Lb. 202,709 45,449 2L
813557 Phenolphtbalein..............Lb. 10,285 9,261 13,715 823809 Other textile specialty
813561 Sulfanillaide................ Lb. 12,033, 16,989 16,677 compounds .....................Lb. 062,220 124,748 6,6
1563 Sulfathiazle and 823901 Chromcium tanning mixtures......Lb 115,926 8,516 122,200
derivative .................Lb. 43,771 14,998 87,101 82998 Tanning specialty compounds,
815S65 Sulfadiazine and derivatives.Lb. 24,694 132,807 54,667 n.e.e ........................ Lb. 78,477 72,855 A
81567 Sulfaguanidine...............Lb. 7,649 50,65 14,769 824000 Water softenere, purifiers,
81569 Other sulfonamide drugs......Lb. 9,996 64,919 16,193 boiler and feed-ater
813598 Medicinal chemicals for compound .....................Lb. 725,796 75, 48 75,
prescription use, n.e.................... 2,001,500 1,210,01b 825000 Mtal-woricing compounIs........Lb. 975,462 83,750 1,0
Household medicinal chemical Synthetic gums and reins:
an pharmaceuticals in snall In powder, flake, or liquid
packages, forms
814100 Solids......................... .......... 44,611 151,120 825100 Eater gus...............Lb. 291,471 57,057
814200 Liquida................................... 11,407 98,256 825300 Alkyd reinma ............ Lb. 140,412 26,842 4
Proprietary medicinal preparations Tar-acid resins:
814800 Mouth washes, gargles, and 825501 Phenol-formaldahyde resins
personal antiseptice ........... .......... 53,448 147,559 in powder, flake, or
814900 Corn and foot remedies.......... .......... 1.2,465 9,651 liquid form...........Lb. 411,960 86,421 46,0
815001 Belladonna plasters, U. S. P.... .......... 1,824 1,721 825598 Other..................Lb. 138,720 26,011 147,52
81509 Plasters, n.e. ................. .......... 80,466 117,226 Urea:
81100 inients ts................................. 1,806 58,488 825707 rea-foxmaldhyde eeins
Salves and ointment, in powder, flake, or
815200 For burns, cuts, skin liquid form...........Lb. 205,54Z 47,005 2aL05
diseases, insect bites, 825798 Other......................Lb. 22,255 6,920 24,475
inflammation, etc............ .......... 74,041 68,777 Synthetic gums and resins,
815300 For coughs, colds, catarrh, in powder, flake, or liquid
and bronchial infection...... .......... 130,994 215,462 form, n.e.e., except synthetic
815400 Cold, cough, and bronchial rubbers
pzparations, except salves and 625801 Casein...................Lb. 7,520 1,458 7,67
ointments................................ 116,909 546,598 825805 Methyl mtharlate,
815500 Asthma, catarrh, and hay-fever unfabricated..............Lb. 110,749 101,735 5,9
preparations, including 825805 Nylon.....................Lb. 175,963 11,50 22,05
inhalant., except salves and 825809 Other......................Lb. 528,18 99,007 5 7
ointments................................ 95,726 54,685 825829 Polymers of styrene, vinyl
615700 Malaria, chill and fever aecetals, vinyl acetate, vinyl
remedies................................. 1,521,717 469,648 alcohol, vinyl chloride and
816000 Tonics, blood purifiers, vinylidene chloride; and coemulsions, and appetizers...... .......... 535,444 844,007 polymers of vinyl chloride
816100 Laxatives, purgatives, and and vinyl acetate...........Lb. 922,289 56,962 958,
cathartioa ............................... 152,847 218,069 Sheets, plates, rods, tubes,
816200 Milk of magnesia.......................... 14,871 94,7 3 and other unfinirdshed bos816500 Digestive preparations.................... 75,557 139,671 Laminated:
816700 Headache, neuralgia, and pain 82600 Of phenol-formaldehyde
remedies ................................. 172,776 100,070 resins, fabricated......Lb. 30,76S 26,955 T7
818005 Extract and fluid extract of 26007 Of urea-fomaldehyde
belladonna leaf and root; remains, fabricated......Lb. 9,574 7,543 .708
tincture of belladonna, 826098 Of other synthetic pius and
U. S. P.; belladoona ointment, resinse..................Lb. 119,046 114,567 14,7
U. S. P.; hometropine (bella- Not laminated:
donna root).................Lb. 591 914 759 82101 Of pheml.-formaldehyde
816013 Extract, fluid extract, and remains, fabricated......L 2,739 2,078 ,200
tincture of hyoscyau.s ...... Lb ................... ............. 82610 Of methyl methecrylate,
818014 Extract and fluid extract of fabricated............. Lb, 89,892 82,197 10,00
atramonlum (Jimson weed)....Lb. 22 54 40 826107 Of urea-fomaldeh.7e
518019 Tincture of stramonium, resins, fabricated.....Lb. 656 917 75
atramonium ointment, and 826198 Of other synthetic gums
scopolamine (yoacine) ad mains .............Lb 1,667 1,299 1
(Stramonium) ................Lb. .................. ............. Pyroxylin products :
818098 Proprietary medicinal 826200 Pyroxylin scrap and film
preparations, n.e.s ...................... 606,759 588,665 scrap.......................Lb. 59,197 6,120 4,40
82600 Pyrosylin plastic file,
CIHEMICAL SPECIALTJIS support of base.............Lb. 625,941 581,745 ,
826400 'yroylin sheets, rods, or
820000 Nicotine sulphate (40 per cent tubes and other unfinihed
basia)........................Lb. 50,48t 44,599 65,514 form......................Lb. 124,767 121,575 14,97






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Comodit
code Cmdity description and unit Net alue we code No. Commodity description and unit Net Value ppig
(Sched- of quantity quantity (dollars) (Sched- of quantity quantity (dollars) weighg t
l B) ule )pounds)

GRDUP 8.-HEMI~AL AND GRDUP 8.-CWHICALS AND
RELATED PODUCTS-Continued ELATED PRODUCTS-Continued
CHEMICAL SPECIALTIES-Continued INDUSTRIAL CHEMICALS-Cont.

826505 Cellulose acetate olding Alcohols-Continued
compositions and molding 8351400 Glycerin, 100 percent glycerol
powder, plasticized ...........Lb. 185,210 76,677 199,150 basis .......................Lb. 2,342,287 .566,717 2,548,919
826598 Cellulose acetate sheets, rodse, 851505 Thiodiglycol ........ ........ Lb. .......... .......... .............
tubes, and other unfinished 851598 Alcohols, n.e.s ..............Lb. 22,244,670 5,192,415 22,599,199
forms, plasticized............Lb. 85,295 70,192 98,865 851600 Acetone........................Lb. 5,482,499 295,197 5,945,470
B26700 Cellulose acetate plastic 851700 Butyl acetate..................Lb. 517,454 97,618 611,665
film support.................Lb. 5536,556 489,074 457,502 851900 Carbon bisulphide..............Lb. 275,285 16,806 309,685
Nitro and aceto cellulose: 832001 Formaldehyde or formalin, 40 perSolutions, collodion, etc., cent solution by volume, 37 perexcept lacquers, cent solution by weight.......Lb. 905,6855 55,659 940,791
2801 Nitrocellulose, hawing 832005 Paraformaldehyde, solid........Lb. 1,128 288 1,552
nitrogen content of more 852005 Formaldehyde, gas ..............Lb. .......... .......................
than 12 percent..........Lb. 12,085 1,912 14,180 853200 Amyl acetate...................Lb 915 367 1,235 ;
826805 Nitrocellulose having 852500 Synthetic collecting reagents
nitrogen content of 12 for concentration of ores,
percent and less .......... Lb. 5,901 2,041 9,004 metals, or minerals...........Lb 1,609,587 3507,855 1,788,579
826898 Aceto cellulose............Lb. .......... .......... ............. 852800 Cellulose acetate flake, waste,
Not in solution, wet down with and scrap, not plasticized ....Lb 15,952 4,594 14,827
water or diluent: 852910 Carbon tetrachloride...........Lb 155,909 11,33558 172,595
826901 Nitrocellulose having 832930 Ethyl acetate..................Lb 1,258,857 159,809 1,416,565
nitrogen content of more 852950 Sodium acetate.................Lb. 109,797 S,SI0 115,6850
than 12 percent..Lb.(dry wt.) 45,340 12,562 69,085 852960 Methyl-ethyl ketone............Lb. 157,185 14,141 178,770
826905 Nitrocellulose haewinge 832970 Ethyl ether................... Lb. 78,645 21,951 124,709
nitrogen content of 12 Other organic chemical not of
percent and less.Lb.(dry wt.) 128,156 30,842 226,866 coal-tar origin,
826998 Aceto cellulose...Lb.(dry wt.) ..................................... 852985 Butadiene..................Lb. 1,452,490 452,705 1,472,550
827500 Cements for sealing cens.......Lb. 256,751 55,170 287,361 852985 Vinylridine chloride..........Lb ...................................
827400 Other cementing preparations for 832987 Chloroacetyl chloride........Lb. 6 119 40
repairing, sealing and adhesive 852988 Chloroprene..................Lb. 57,500 2,875 57,500
use ......................... Lb. 565,962 66,546 418,852 852995 Camphor, natural and
822900 Specialty cleaning and washing synthetic...................Lb. 425,356 179,749 495,533
compounds, except soap........Lb. 1,092,407 90,285 1,255,511 852996 Nexamthylene tetramine......Lb 2,145,127 967,060 2,454,265
Polishes 8532998 Other, n.e.s .................Lb 1,437,462 894,254 1,708,475
82900 Metal and stove polishes.....Lb. 78,972 13,285 104,147 855600 Aluminum sulfate...............Lb. 6,978,880 86,677 7,041,902
829100 Shoe polishes and shoe 853905 Aluminum chloride, anhydrous ..Lb. 214,221 17,152 29,188
cleaners ....................Lb. 248,798 65,589 3514,019 835998 Aluminum compounds, n.e.s......Lb. 362,641 21,617 580,419
829200 Leather dressings, oils, pal- 834010 Calcium hypochlorite...........Lb. 125,245 28,312 155,841
ishes, oand stains..........Lb 519,576 109,547 614,981 834090 Other bleaching powder.........Lb. 105,692 4,785 116,625
829500 Floor wax, wood and furniture 834100 Calcium carbide................Lb. 1,716,591 74,929 1,842,264
polishes.................... Lb. 215,495 35,984 267,461 854500 Calcium chloride...............Lb. 2,496,709 27,976 2,557,095
829400 Automobile polishes ..........Lb. 107,541 54,490 120,459 Bromine, bromides and bromatess
829550 Natural flavoring extracts.................. 91,5253 88,647 854401 Bromine......................Lb. 82 81 228
829590 Synthetic flavoring extracts...... .......... 68,419 97,179 854402 Potassium bromide............Lb. 84,7953 19,490 92,108
829600 Pectin.........................Lb. 76,924 96,159 88,979 854405 Sodium bromide...............Lb. 6,211 2,008 10,8667
829700 Animal charcoal or bone char, 854415 Ethylene dibromide........... Lb ...... .... ........................
deodorizing, decolorizing, and 834498 Other........................Lb. 12,160 7,590 15,606
gas absorbing carbons, n.e.s..Lb. 522,466 49,581 544,295 Iodine, iodides, and iodatest
829800 Rubber compounding agents, 854610 Potassium iodides............Lb. 2,921 4,304 4,059
n.e.s.........................Lb. 366,749 87,8053 586,762 854650 Iodine, crude and
Anti-knock compounds not of resublimed..................Lb. 6,5853 9,051 7,951
petroleum origins 854698 Other........................Lb. 1,765 4,174 4,263
829915 Ethyl fluid................. Gal. 415,745 1,517,760 6,428,997 Potassium compounds, except
829919 Any mixture containing more fertilizers:
than 3ce tetraethyl lead 835700 Bichromate and chromate......Lb. 193,404 19q,774 210,898
per gallon.................Gal. .................... ............. 855800 Hydroxide or caustic potash .Lb. 845,098 66,048 701,945
829950 Liquid gum inhibitors for Other:
treating petroleum distillates... .......... 114,S592 107,452 835904 Potassim carbonate and
829950 Licorice extract and mass ................... 15,204 92,540 mixtures ..................Lb 195,582 14,778 209,556
829970 feagent chemicals for laboratory 855905 Potassium bitartrate and
use........................................ 90,668 82,211 mixtures..................Lb 15,658 8,459 15,161
829990 Chemical specialty compounds, 855908 Potassium chlorate and
n.e.a............................ .......... 603,060 4,024,989 mixtures .................Lb 508,5553 62,795 555,565
835915 Potassium cyanide and
INDUSTRIAL CLEMICALS mixtures ..................Lb. 1,990 954 2,745
835917 Potassium nitrate and
Acids and anhydrides mixtures (black saltpeter
850000 Acetic acid, 100 percent powder). (President's vrocacetic acid.................Lb. 86,617 14,487 126,812 lamation of May 1, 1957...Lb. 1,072 107 1,080
8e30100 Acetic anhydride.............Lb. 9,716 1,19 10,924 85918 Potassium nitrate, n.e.s.,
850200 Tartaric acid...............Lb. 48,900 55,510 55,259 and mixtures ..............Lb. 895,065 66,622 985,800
Other organic acids and 835925 Potassium permanganate
anhydrides: and mixtures ..............Lb 74,002 16,660 79,531
850507 Citric acid................Lb. 74,419 17,020 82,223 855939 Rochelle salts.............Lb 245 127 597
850509 Oxalic acid................Lb. 77,495 9,495 64,085 835998 Other potassium compounds
830598 Other, except coal-tar..... Lb. 455,035 77,151 519,805 (not fertilizers).........Lb 187,545 351,444 205,302
Inorganic 836214 Kernite or rasorite ............Lb 6,604,467 103,661 6,701,480
850700 Hdrochloric or muriatic...Lb. 512,123 16,542 462,692 Borates, refined:
630800 Boric or boracic, except in 856221 Ammonium borate..............Lb. .................... ............
small packages............Lb. 1,003,695 55,055 1,031,285 836222 Borax glass.......... ........ Lb 8,872 1,491 9,724
650910 Chromic....................Lb. 30,869 5,267 33,356 836227 Sodium metaborate............Lb 5,841 755 6,472
850950 Nitric.....................Lb. 115,784 9,097 176,001 836229 Sodium tetraborate, borax,
850950 Sulphuric, fusing or oleum, sodium borate...............Lb. 2,845,057 86,957 2,880,505
500 Baume basis ...........Lb. 19,029 898 24,490 856298 Borates, n.e.s .................Lb. 1,403,575 32,298 1,425,741
850970 Other sulphuric, 500 Saume Sodium compounds, n.e.s.s
basis .....................Lb. 10,454,887 839,822 10,595,451 836400 Silicate or water glass......Lb 1,867,386 37,532 1,956,171
Other inorganic acids and 856500 Carbonate, calcined or soda
anhydridea- ash........................Lb. 10,058,817 146,502 10,273,091
850990 Arsenious oxide or white 856700 Bicarbonate or baking soda,
arsenic.................Lb. 333,608 11,500 3564,480 except in small packages ....Lb, 2,851,985 58,157 2,951,275
830992 Molybdic acid and 856800 Bichromate and chromate......Lb 324,968 24,915 342,574
molybdenum trioxide.....Lb, 151 147 3514 836900 Cyanide............. .........Lb 25,720 3,459 26,264
850995 Ph. -phoric acid, ortho- 837300 Iydroxide or caustic soda,
pyro-, and meta-......... Lb. 220,847 25,102 261,114 except in small packages....Lb 21,465,190 499,107 24,420,550
850995 Tungstic acid...........Lb. 6 36 11 837700 Sodium phosphate (mono-,
850998 Other inorganic acids and di-, tri-, mete-, or pyro)..Lb. 889,476 45,440 914,265
anydrides..............Lb. 1,074,754 47,292 1,11i,541 837800 Hydrosulphit ................Lb. 129,644 22,794 140,881
Alcohols: Other sodium compounds:
851000 69thanl....................Gl 695,824 200,050 4,644,622 837905 Sodium chlorate............Lb 1,500 574 1,852
831100 Ethylene Glycol.............Lb. 2,307.168 2538.817 2,422,169 837909 Sodium perborate...........Lb 5,171 741 5,775
831200 Solidified denatured 837998 Other, except sodium brates
alcohol .....................Lb b. 7,6 1,767 13,340, and nitrates..............Lb 4,554,784 166,167 4,769,550
651300 9utanol or butyl alcohol.....Lb. 78,524 ]9",108 83,494 838100 Tiwn compounds................Lb 1,377 726 1,659







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Cagmgodity Colleged ty code No. Couredity description and unit Not Value pp code No. Commodity description and unit Net Vaue S
(Sched- of quantity quantity (dollars) ., (Sched of quality quantity (o (eotlar3
ule B) (pond) ue8 -a

-GJP 8.--C EMICALD AD GtlP 8.-CERAL AD
*.ATED PIDDUCTS-.Contimed IE1.ATED PHICTS-Contimed
INDUSTRIAL CHUICALS-Continued PIGMENTS, PAINTS AND
VARISIES-Continued
LAumonium compounds:
8 01 Aqua amonia, aonia liquor ineral-earth pigmenta (dry)-Cont,
or amonium hydroxide .......L b. 293,090 5,324 516,922 340500 Other mineral-earth pigments.Lb. 2,112,079 57,875 2,157,556
85S03 Bicarbonate and carbonate....Lb. 136,004 9,905 155,016 Chemical pigments:
858505 Chloride or sal ammoniac .....Lb, 81,394 8,806 88,192 041100 Zinc oxide...................Lb. 1,471,886 121,706 1,50,
658511 Quanidin nitrate ............ Lb .................... 4............ 1400 Lithopone .................... Lb. 1,78,549 81,467 1, 215
858517 Nitrate ...................... Lb. 1,5a,014 65,980 1,572,485 841800 Lampblack................... Lb, 20,625 2,240 2988
858525 Urea .........................Lb. 360,705 12,196 365,182 842300 Carbon black or gas black....Lb. 15,308,061 754,689 149
838598 Assmonium compounds, n.e.s ....... .......... 29,452 605,858 842400 Red lead, dry ................b. 106,868 10,458 111
Gase, compressed, liquefied, and 842500 Litharge .................... Lb. 254,244 22,252 2657P
solidified, White leads
851000 Anmonia, anhydrous.......... Lb. 896,200 41,550 964,855 842600 Dry or basic lead carhwa* .Lb, 228,259 19,850 26,
659100 Other gaseous refrigerants...Lb. 455,452 71,525 577,969 842700 In oil ...............Lb. 33,28b 2,16 42,0
839200 Chlorine.....................Lb. 500,550 14,514 751,714 842800 Titanium dioxide and
839400 helium gas................Cu.ft. ..................... ..... ....... titanum pigments...........Lb. 2,529,62 219,59 2,57 2
Gases, n.e.s., liquefied and 842905 Chrome pigmenta containing
solidified, 10 or more chro eium.......L 99,166 21,9 10,94
859511 Lung irritants, n.e.s., except Lead piogents:
chlorine and chloropicrin..Lb. 140 70 327 842912 Orange mineral...........Lb. 2,520 45 2,20
8359515 Veasicants .................. Lb .......... .......... ......... 842915 Sublimed lead or basic
859515 Lachrymators...............Lb .......... .......... ............. sulfate, dry............Lb. ...............................
839517 Sternutators ............... Lb. ................... .............. 842919 Zinc sulfide...............Lb. 8,040 966 8,16
859518 Screening smoke............Lb ................... .............. 842998 Chemical pigments, n.e.s...Lb. 465,005 144,571 527,47
859519 Items enumerated in category 845000 Bituminous paints, liq)y and
VI of President's Proclamation plastic.................... ................ 59,254 748,941
of May 1, 1937, n.e.a ..... Lb .................... ............. Paste and semipaste paint colors
859598 Other, n.e.s a...............Lb. 821,510 102,200 1,160,420 in oil, putty sad este wood
Other industrial chemicals: filler:
Antimony salts and compounds- 845103 Red lead in oil............. Lb 45,860 6,18 4,279
839605 Antimony oxides (tri-, 843198 Other, except aluminum and
tetra-, penta-)...........Lb. 9,470 1,540 9,540 aluminum-bronse pastes......L 265,655 48,626 02,38
839608 Other antimony salts and Water paints (all types)
compounds.................Lb. 21,039 5,408 22,350 843210 Water paints, ory...........Lb. 478,579 38,782 8,670
Bismuth salts and compound, 843250 Emulsion paints.............Cal. 7,017 11,454 87,06
859631 Pismuth nitrates and 845250 Water saints, in paste fonrm,
mixtures..................Lb. 5,805 7,247 8,543 except emulsion paints ..... Cal. 6,073 9,03 6,54
839654 Bismuth carbonates and Nitrocellulose and other
mixtures ..................Lb. 535 980 822 cellulose lacquers:
839658 Other...................... Lb. 1,512 2,894 1,701 843510 Pigmented................... Gal. 25,8 75,214 72,57
839650 Cadmium salts and compounds..Lb. 2586 233 266 845410 Clear...................... Gal. 16,896 55,511 150,912
859670 Chromium salts and compounds, 843510 Thinners for nitrocellulose and
except chemical pigments....Lb. 49,157 7,517 55,962 other cellulosic lacquers..Gal. 50,280 54,186 395,29
8539690 Cobalt salts and compounds, 845800 .'ieady-mixed paints, stains,
except chemical pigments ....Lb. 53,233 2,488 5,591 and enamels.................. Gal. 219,427 446,716 2,716,022
Copper salts and compounded 844210 Varnishes, natural or
839715 Cupric oxide...............Lb. 711 752 885 synthetic....................G al. 40,589 69,05 76,25
839717 Cuprous oxide..............Lb. 10,001 2,476 10,586
839718 Other.............. ....... Lb. 14,050 5,065 14,914 FERTILIZER5 AND FETILIZER
Manganese salts and compounds: MATEERIALS
859722 Manganese dioxide (including
battery mix)..............Lb. 647,964 26,961 655,681 Nitrogenous fertilizer material:
839728 Other......................Lb. 11,614 1,452 12,435 Nitrogenous chemical materials
Mercury salts and compounds: 850500 Ammonium sulphate..........Lb. 4,327,500 74,S92 4,70,2
859741 Mercurous chloride or 850905 Calcium cyanamide Lb.......... Lb. ...........................
calomel ...................Lb. 1,506 4,077 2,446 850905 Calcium nitrate...........Lb. 2,100 252 2250
839742 Mercuric chloride or 850919 Sodium nitrate, n.e.s......Lb. 2,872,907 98,172 5,028,8
corrosive sublimate.......Lb. 7S35 1,762 1,368 850925 Urea.......................Lb. 2,000 95 2,025
839745 Mercuric fulminate.........Lb. .................... .............. 850998 Nitrogenous chemical
839745 Mercuric oxide, red and materials, n.e.a ........ Lb. 12,100 3,089 15,44
yellow....................Lb. 2,617 6,096 6,774 851000 Nitrogenous organic waste
859748 Other......................Lb. 26,806 185,8531 533,616 materials................ Lb. 714,510 8,963 72,567
839758 Molybdenum salt and corn- Phosphatic fertilizer material:
pounds, n.e.a ...............Lb. ............................... Phosphate rock:
839760 Nickel salts and compounds...Lb. 23,400 7,656 26,203 Florida:
859775 Radium salts and compounds, 851510 High-grade hard rock...L.ton.................... .............
radium content............. 1Mgon. 31 816 58 851520 Land pebble ............ L.ton 25,515 235,554 56,7 467
Strontium salts and compounds: 851560 Other..................L.ton 122 3,587 274,700
839780 Celestite or mineral strontium 851580 Tennessee, Idaho, and
sulfate .................Lb. .................... .......... ... Montana rock...........L.ton 6,244 97,972 56,48,20
859784 Strontium nitrate..........Lb. 45,153 3,651 47,102 851901 Normal superphosphate, contain8539785 Strontium oxalate..........Lb. 400 192 436 ing not more than 25 percent
839788 Other......................Lb. 505 226 559 available phosphoric acid... Lb. 30,408,802 237,352 50,427,792
839810 Titanium tetrachloride.......Lb. 56,250 11,100 42,000 851909 Concentrated superphosphate,
8$39818 Other titanium salts and containing more than 25 percompounds...................Lb. 2,280 915 2,407 cent available phosphoric
859822 Tungsten salts and compoundas.Lb. 22 69 64 acid........................Lb. 8,505,010 155,026 8,577614
839830 Uranium salts and compounds.Gram 6,152 53 25 852000 Other phosphate materials ....Lb. 356,8553 20,529 377,
Vanadium salts and compounds: Potassic fertilizer materials:
859836 Vanadium oxide ............Lb. 14,652 22,957 21,555 8355101 Potassium chloride ..........Lb. 11,417,19 170,850 11,4I,682
839838 Other......................Lb. 5 11 7 855105 Potassium sulfate...........Lb. 426,600 7,452 43764
Zinc salts and compounds, 855107 Potassic fertilizer materials,
859845 Zinc chloride..............Lb. 181,401 9,844 191,688 n.e.a., containing 20 or more
859847 Zinc sulfate...............Lb. 5,405 504 6,019 potassium oxide (K~O0 equiv859848 Other......................Lb. 118,522 14,141 123,569 alent, n.e.s. (25 Ka0 content
Ziconium salts and compours: equivalent basis)...........Lb. 1,779,520 14,526 1,779,s2
859854 Zirconium oxides ...........Lb. 24,950 6,689 25,986 853187 Potassic fertilizer materials
839858 Other......................Lb. 40,110 2,810 40,632 containing less than 20 percent
Platinum group salts and potassium oxide KaO
compounded equivalent..................Lb. .......... ....... .. ..........
3874 Platinum ................. T.os. 3 57 17 854000 Nitrogenous phosphatic types...Lb. 152,444 5,650 18,72
839878 Other platinum group salts 655100 Prepared fertilizer mixtures...Lb. 9,748,737 200,875 9,44,51
and compounds ...........T.os. 124 5,385 2,554
859885 Thorium salts and EXPLOSIVES, FUSES, ETC.
compounds...................Lb. 584 941 851
859887 Phosphorous, elemental.......Lb. 10,590 5,175 15,015 Explosives:
859892 Cerium compounds.............Lb. 260 420 290 860101 Smokeless powder............Lb 6,896,042 1,589,649 9,94,993
9895 Indium compounds ............. Lb ................................. 860105 Cordite Md...................Lb. .......... ............. .......
839898 Other industrial chemicals ...... .......... 490,770 4,555,452 860400 Dynamite.....................Lb. 5,110,900 342,562 ,578,822
PIGMENTS, PAINTS AND VARNISES Other explosives:
Commercial explosives
Mineral-earth pigment (dry): 860901 Blasting Gelatin.........Lb. 114,200 17,588 17,04
840100 Ocher, umber, sienna, and 860902 Gelignite................Lb. 50,000 4,800 56,0
other fome of iron oxide ...Lb. 708,457 57,685 726,815 860903 Similar explosive
compounds...............Lb. 671,750 91,205 768,77






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rommodityShipping Commodity Sipn
Comsodity description and unit Net value code No. Commodity description and unit Net Value
(Schd- of quantity quantity (dollar) (Sched- of quantity quantity (dollars) (pound)
u e B) poantityule B) pounds)

GROUP 8.-CHEIICALS AND GROUP 9.-MISCELLANEUS--ont.
RELATED PRODUCTS-Contimed
EXPIASIPE, FUSES, ETC.-Contimed PHOTOGRAPHIC AND PROJECTION
GOODS-Continued
Explosive-Contimed
Other explosivea--Continued Exposed motion-picture film.-Cont.
860905 Lead aside. ................Lb. ......... .............. Negative-Continued
860907 Nitroglycerin ............. Lb. 67 160 70 912150 Features, 16 m. (1600
860908 Nitrostarch................Lb. .................... .............. linear feet or over)..Lin.ft. 10,500 711 50
860909 Nranie.b912131 Features, I6 mas. (1600
8599 Nitromannite ............... Lb .......... .......... ........... 921 Fetrs16m (60
60953 Tetryl ..................... Lb. .......... .......... ............. linear feet or over)
860955 Trinitrotoluen (TNT)......Lb. 25,026,465 2,161,502 26,5 0,676 quantity only in number of
860994 Pentolits .................. Lb. .......... .......... ............. complete features.........No. .......................
860998 Other explosives...........Lb. 41,207 4,782 44,822 912140 Short subjects, 35 mm.
Fuses and blasting capes (less than 4000 linear
862500 Safety fuses .............Lin.ft. 12,102,000 180,591 235,511 feet)................. Lin.ft. 276,381 11,080 1,523
862900 Blasting caps................ No. 899,525 55,137 79,068 912141 Short subjects, 35 mm.
(less than 4000 linear
SOAP AND TOILET PIEPARATIONS feet) quantity only, in numbear of reels or rolls.....No. 491 ........................
Soaps 912160 Short subjects, 16 m.
871000 Medicated...................Lb. 28,477 17,591 36,715 (less than 1600 linear
871200 Toilet or fancy ..............Lb. 2,695 568 518,155 5,048,680 feet).................Lin.ft. 286,951 10,988 2,718
871600 Laundry......................Lb. 794,615 70,586 897,603 912161 Short subjects, 16 me.
871600 Powdered or flaked.......... Lb. 610,156 93,110 712,886 (less than 1600 linear
871800 Shaving crease ............... Lb. 9,544 5,654 14,949 feet) quantity only, in
871900 Shaving cakes, powders, and umber ....................No. 475 .......... .............
sticks......................Lb. 17,207 12,590 24,545 912170 Newsreels ..............Lin.ft. 24,102 1,546 180
872400 Scouring bricks, pastes, 912171 Newsreels, quantity only...No. 42 ....... ; .. .............
powders, soaps, and house- 912180 Trailers, inserts, and
hold washing powders........Lb. 202,535 18,861 227,692 replacements..........Lin.ft. 8,552 399 R1
872900 Other soaps..................Lb. 66,207 10,288 79,524 912181 Trailers, inserts, and
675400 Dental creams..................Lb. 173,191 148,656 255,075 replacements, quantity
875800 Other dentifrices ............. Lb. 15,162 15,285 22,257 only......................No. 49 .......... .............
Toilet powders 912190 Negative 8 mm. film....Lin:ft .......... .......... ............
874000 Talcum powder, in packages...... .......... 56,259 167,252 912191 Negative 8 m. film,
874200 Face and compact powder......... .......... 107,899 149,632 quantity only.............No .................... .............
Cream, rouges, and other 912200 Souzd track........... Lin.ft. 258,085 5,284 1,512
cosmetics 912201 Sound track, quantity
875000 Cold cream$s ..................Lb. 27,076 20,070 51,531 only......................No. 245 .......... ............
875100 Vanishing creams.............Lb. 27,101 14,599 41,980 Positive:
875200 Other creams, lotions and 912320 Features, 35 m. (4000
balms .......................... .......... 55,878 79,729 linear feet or
875500 IRouges.......................... .......... 48,904 25,525 over) ................ Lin.ft. 8,366,641 203,162 61,055
S875600 Lip stick ...................... .......... 186,779 50,229 912321 Features, 35 m. (4000
875700 Other cosmetics................. .......... 21,738 15,895 linear feet or over)
875900 Manicuring preparations........... .......... 20,054 51,767 quantity only.............No. 1,256 .......... .............
876200 Depilatories and deodorants....... .......... 13,215 19,618 912530 Features, 16 am. (1600
876500 lair preparations................. .......... 290,844 1,269,878 linear feet or
876600 Perfumery and toilet waters................. 119,496 61,706 over).................Lin.ft. 577,298 16,166 2,196
877000 Other toilet preparations......... .......... 3Q42,099 171,340 912351 Features, 16 m. (1600
linear feet or over)
0ROUP 9.-MISCELLASE0US................. 69,712,079 144,114,458 quantity only.............No. 172.......... .............
912340 Short subjects, 55 mam.
PHOTOGRAPHEC AND PROJECTION GOODS. (less than 4000 lin.
ft.).................. Lin.ft 1,437,935 66,807 9,990
Cameras 912341 Short subjects, 55 m.
Motion-picture- (less than 4000 linear
900050 Standard gauge (35mm.)....No. 5 7,656 464 feet, quantity only)......No. 1,405.......... .............
900130 Substandard gauge (16 sm.).No. 6 2,910 95 912360 Shortsubjects, 16 me.
900150 Substandard gauge ( 8m.)..No. ................................. (less than 1600 linear
Except motion-picture: feet).................Lin.ft. 1,380,597 59,772 9,042
900231 Aerial cameras, aircraft 912561 Short subjects, 16 me.
instruments ............... No. 337 165,592 19,400 (less than 1600 linear
900253 Aerial cameras, n.e.s.. No.................................. feet) quantity only.......No. 3,118 .......... .............
900255 On cameras ................No. ................................. 912570 Newereels ..............Lin.ft. 698,703 14,809 4,531
90023 Studio, photo-engraving, 91271 Newsreels, quantity
coin-operated, and only.....................No. 1,004 .......... .............
similar types of cameras 912500 Trailers, inserts, and
for professions, scientific, replacements......... Lin.ft. 424,955 10,878 E,34
or commercial use.........No. 19 6,681 4,106 912581 Trailers, inserts, and
900500 Box type (set focus).......No. 60 299 47 replacements, quantity
900500 Other......................No. 547 6,550 1,295 only......................No. 1,628.......... ............
900600 Parts of cameras, except lenses............. 252,477 42,35 912690 Positive 8 am. film....Lin.ft. 9,983 197 s
Motion-picture projectors: 912691 Positive 8 m. film,
900700 Standard gauge (35 m.)......No. 147 58,55 32,122 quantity only............No. 100 .......... .............
Substandard gauge (16 m.)s 912400 Sound track............Lin.ft 98,698 1,968 677
900850 Silent.....................No. 5 290 140 912401 Sound track, quantity
900640 Sound......................No. 151 44,369 19,136 only.....................No. 75 .......... .............
900850 Substandard gaunge (8 m.), Other sensitized films, unexposed:
silent......................No. ................................... 912500 Cartride or rolls............No 460,072 510,963 168,545
90000 Except motion picture........No. 515 12,89 8,006 Packs of sheets,
Motion-picture sound equipment 912610 X-ray, number of sheets ....No. 789,55 129,450 88,049
901000 Reconding ....................... .......... 14,994 6,859 912690 Other, number of sheets....No 450,268 77,276 45,4S2
901100 seproducing............................... 54,558 56,462 912700 Dry plates................Dos 4,249 9,045 46,005
902000 Arc lamps, motion-picture 912900 Photographic paper......... Lb 48,906 251,090 550,070
projection...................No. 755 6,618 6,444 914000 Photographic apparatus and
902200 Motion-picture screen ...................... 35,192 51,842 supplies, n.e.a .............. ......... 276,358 230,647
902900 Parts and equipment for projection
and studio apparatus............. .......... 91,758 220,788 SCIENTIFIC AND PRDFESSIONAL INMotion-picture films unexposeds STRUMEWS, APPARATUS, AND SUPPLIES
Sensitized, 35 mm:
911710 Positive film.........Lin.ft. 5,485,637 48,161 58,857 Optical goods:
911720 Negative film..........Lin.ft. 1,841,5 54,987 15,288 914200 Ophthalmic lenses, except
Sensitized, 16 am blacks ..................... Pair 89,352 50,369 9,886
f91130 Positive film .......Lin.ft. 6,253,029 52,551 51,601 91450 Sun or glare glasses and
911740 Negative film..........Lin.ft. 1,56,28 26,966 6,416 sun goggles ..................... .......... 165,535 56,108
Sensitised, 8 m: 914590 Spectacles, eyeglasses,
911750 Positive filma..........Li.ft. 14,931 548 166 goggles, leses, n.e.s.,
911760 Negative film..........Lin.ft. 58,888 2,822 675 and frames..................... .......... 444,984 55,451
Exposed motion-picture films: 914700 Optical lenses, not fitted to
Negatives instruments.................No 2,079 11,100 2,79
91220 Features, 35 m. (4000 914930 Binoculars...................No 114 5,328 560
linear feet or.over)..Lin.ft. 586,167 30,739 4,259 914950 Microscopes and accessories............... 146,251 28,320
912121 Features, 35 m. (4000 914998 Optical goods, n.e.a ............ .......... 59,610 21,846
linear feet or over, 915000 Dental instruments................ ........... 64,705 15,130
quantity only in 915200 Teeth..........................No. 2,202,136 185,418 6,809
number of complete 915500 Preciues metals for dentistry,
features ................. No. .......... ............ except silver alloys and amlsgam .......... 58,026 357





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coeNo. Comnodity description and unit Nt Value code N o. Coedty decipin and unit Nt Vle Sipn
(Sha- of quantity quantity (dolarB)J (weigh lt (Sched- of quntt quantty (dlas) wih
uole B) (N ds le B) (puns
'80UP 9. -ISC- :-'- O-S --GOt GMUP 9o--0[CELAEW nt.
S.l1N1F7C AND .50ff_551)L SCETFC AND PFE-ORL


9155W Dental office equipment ........... .......... 92,785I 89,293 Miltax equipment, apparatus and
915590 Dental supplies, n.eas ............ .......... 254,708 292,703 parts, not contann optical
915&)0 Steriliz~e .................... No. 672 67,330 57,47? elements (f -control inatruo
915700 Sugial and mdical nests included)-r nnuemd
instruments ...................... .......... 493,3D1] 100,629 919085 Self-vynchronus transmitters sjW
81S800 &Urgical appliances ............... .......... 229,39 74,528 Indicators, such as selyn and
Military equipment, apparatus, synchro unit. and switchboards
and parts! containing optical therefor, except atrcra ...... ..... 4E4 4
elements (Fire-contrl insttr.- 019057 Sound and fls agn
waste inluded)i appaatuse........ ....... ..+..... ... ...... ...... ......
Dietors and partst 91908 Sound locators for a ircraft, and
915901 M 5 7 MM gan ............ No. 4 792,440U 151,320 binaural traiers the rr
91IS0 9 5 U.S.; M 6 BE for grun use ................. .... ..................
40M gun ................. NO .......... .......... ,.............. 919092 Ga maska (except oxygn masks
W15905 M 90 ]RM gu ............ Rd ...... I.............. ............. used in high-ltitude flying,
91590M M SA4 3.7 inch gun ....... N. ..... e..... .......... ............. oxygen tents, and gas and oxy91590 Directors, n.e.s ........... No, 11 165,334J 17,774 gen adoxvisering equipment.No. So100
91S09 Parts and accessories for. 919MB Submaring liatemin dev~cs ............... 4,0 4"
directors .............................. 325,3831 161,489 91909* Tacometer, except aircaf.No, 122 6,761
Finders, height and range 019095 Aircraft pilot trains, for
and partai ground instruction of pllote,
915921 Infantry range finders .....fl .N ..... .......... ....... student pilots, and combat
915923 Artillery range finders .... N ...... .......... ............. crews in instrument flying
915925 Height finders,, navigation, bombing, or,
stereoscopic ............... D. 6 46,375S 5,420 gunnery ..................... He. 2 1& 6
9IS927 Height finders, 919096 Parts of aircraft pilot trainers .......... 6,1457
coincidence ............... NO ........... .......... ,............. 919098 Other scientific, laborator-y,
91S928 Height and range finders, and professional instruments, ,
n.e.e ..................... so. 26,600l 8,900 appratus, and parts, n.e.e ...... ..... 1,1402 7 ,10
915929 Parts and accessories for .....
eight ~epand rangershs ........ No ........... 2,3921 7,503 MUSICAL INSTED&RtTS /
91S941 Aircraft gun-sights ........ No .......... .......... ....... Piano t
915943 Tank-sights ................. No ............ .......... "............. 92U10 Ne ................... ...... No. 2 47 ,0%
915945 Oun sights, rifle and 9ZL20D Used or rebuilt .............. No. is 7,215 120
machine (telescopic sights 923000 Pipe organs .................... So. ...... ..... .............
included) ................. No .......... .......... ,............. 9252D Oheongas ........... No.7 96 110
915947 Artillery sig hts ........... No .......... .......... ............. Poor~sadprs
915948 Sights, n.e.s .............. No. 66 322.,201 39,586 923S00 Coin-operated ................ No. 92 29924,8
Telescopes and periscopes; 923600 Other ........................ No. 44 12' 5
915951 Telescopes, flak 923900 Phonograph parts ................ .......... 4506 3,86
spotting .................. N .......... ........... 9242DO Phonograph records, except motion915953 Telesnapes, B C. Battery picture sound record and
915955 Periscopes ................. N. 1,002 51,642 22,967 Band instruments:
915958 Telescopes, n.e.s .......... No. 170 14o102 1,107 924500 Percussion ...................... .......... 2,9 OD
91S959 Parts and accessories for 924700 Brass-wind instruments ....... No. 794117
sights, telescopes, and 924800 Wood-wind instruments ........ WO. 2D0 ,2 ,9
periscopes ..................... .......... 359,6741 149, 147 929300 Strn instruents ............. MD. 386 B,42.3
915961 Fire-oontrol equipment sets..No .......... .......... ............. 929500 Other musical instruments ........ ....... ... 3,0110
915968 Fire-contol equipment, n.e.s ... .......... 205,0541 32,588 929700 Musical instrument parts and
915971 Aiming circles ............... NO. .......... .......... ............. accessories, n.e.s ............... .......... 4,7 2,4
915979 Other military equipment
containing precision optical MISCILLANE0WS OFFICE SUMJLES
system .................................. ...........
Surveying and engineering Mechanical pencilsinstruments, equipment and parts, 950100 Of plastic materials ........ Doz. 11,057 6070
n.e.,. : 930200 Of other v terials .......... Doz. 57 2?Im
916011 Transits ..................... No. ISE 22,514l 4,364 Pencils, except mehanical:
916013 Levels ....................... N. 271 17,954l 7,357 930410 Of black lead .............. Gross 47,616 1),1 1,1
91601S Compasses .................... No. 33 3 55 71 930420 Other ...................... Grss 12,B7892 ?373
9107 Plane tables ................. No. 11 13683 930530 Pencil leads ................. Gross 62,105 0184,9
916019 gap reproduction equipment ................ 1,9661 1,936 930550 Pencil parts ....................... ...-..... l)M ,2
916021 Drawing equipment and parts ..... .......... 50,1501 15,058 930600 Crayons ...................... Gross a7,200 25Z7 15,4
916029 Other surveying and engineering Fountain and stylographic pens:
instruments, equipment-,and 930900 IOf plastic materials ........ Doz. Il.,517 4825l'I
par-ts, n.e.s ................... .......... 33,590[ 17,966 9310D0 Of other materials .......... Doz. 8,59 4,9 5
919005 Radio ground equipment used 931200 Pars, except pen points ........ .......... 28201014.
for the direction and 951600 Metallic pen points ..... ..... Gross 40,233 3,28120
navigation of aircraft ........... ......... 5,405,3651 1,696,150 951900 mother penholders and pats ........ .......... 69S51Military equipment, apparatus and 932100 Writing irk ......................., .... ..... 5,8 7 4
parts, not containing optical 932230 Printing and lithographic ink..Lb. 527,Z40 13,1 1:2
elements (fire-coutrol instru- 932900 Other irk ......................... .... 2950 110,7Z2
cents included)- 91910 Pasta and mucilage ............. Lb. 36,306 10076,9
919050 Azimuth intrments, except 939200 'Carbon pae ........... Lb. 7L,37 ?,6 9017,0
aircraft .................... N. 1,080 21,566 ] 6,075 939500 Typewriteerri bhbons .......... ... Doz. 92,578 522418,03
91905 Drift meters, except 939900 Other office supplies ............. ..... ..... 1 ,1 ,,83:
919055 Lead computers ............... No .......... .......... ............. TOYS, ATiK&TIC AND SPOXCING GOODS
919057 Other navigational instruments,
except marine chronometers and Toys (dolls and children's wheal
airraft nvigational Antr- goods, included)Monte ....................... No. 64 6,154] 2,216 9400D0 Dlls and parts ................. .......... 56!63 7
919059 otoRange finderutrainrsro ........ poliNo .......... .......... ............. 840500 Children's wheal goods and parts .......... 1168
91906 Contro apparatus ....... 1f0or posiion 940800 Mechanical toys and parts ....... .......... 1,5242
in us...................... 1031 861Toys, n.e.s. :
919065 Fuse saettero ................. No ................. .......... 94090 Metal ......................... .......... 6,4 102E
8919065 Gyroscopic stabilizing instru- 941000 Wood .......................... .......... 4Z 2,9
ments, except aircraft ...... No .......... .......... ............. 9410 Toy, and pars, n.e. ........ .......... 10,42809
919069 Magneti and gyroscopic ....... 942000 Fishing rods ................ No. 54 ZN7
compasses, except aircran-N..o 1,107 45,0351 28,455 942100I Fishing reelz ................. No. 6 5
919071 Plotting boards .............. No ...... ........... 942200 Othkr fishing tackle and pars,
919075 All apparatus, or parts, for except for commercial fishing .. ..........464,
detecting, sighting, or 94500 Golf balls ................. Doz. 475 !,171047
determining position of a 943400 Footx basket, base tennis,
serial target ........ ...... 1,759,022 ] 515,728 wholly of rubber ............... .......... 2807 2,4
919081 an cortonord....o.................. .......... ..Oher.thet....... In
919082 Range keepers or gte oods, except shoes, firearm,, ,
ballistic cobn g and ammunition:
mechanim .. ....... .... ..................... 943600 Golf clubs ................. No. 160 1,534






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UNITEDe STATES EXPORTS OF DO1AESTIC I4RCHANISE-VAY 1W4-Continued

Commdity Conrodity
cde No. Commdity description and unit Net Value 5hipin code Ho. Commodity description and unit xet Vlu Shipping
(Sched- of quantity quantity (dollars) (Sched- of quantity quantity (dollars)


G.'0UP 9. -4USOFLLAHEUS-Can. GROUP 9.-41ISCELLAXMOS--Cont.
TOYS, ATHLETIC ANlD SPORTING FIIAUI, AmTToN AnM
00005-Continued PY1DIECH1ICS-Contiued

v Athletic and sporting goods-Cont. Firearms and ordnance, except
Other athletic and sporting fire-control equipoent-Continued
goods, except shoes, firearms, Infantry support weapons and
and ammunition-Continoed parts -Continued
944000 Ice skates ................ Pair 12 60 60 947749 754M Antitank
944100 ller skates ............. Pair ..................... .............. equipment gone ........... NO. .......... .......... .............
944500 Billiard tables and 947750 3-inch Antitank equipment guns,
accessories ............................ 21,274 102,434 except self-propelled. No.. No ..................... .............
944900 Other ................................... 65,656 54,532 947752 --inch Antitank equipment
945000 Amusement park and playground guns, self-propelled ...... No .......... .......... .............
devices and parts .............. ........... 18,768 118,351 947754 Infantry support weapons,
n.e..--Guns .............. No 2 50 96
MISCELLANEOUS NI1T116 EQUIPMENT 947759 Parts and accessories for
infantry support weapons
Bridges and bridge building (carriage included) .................... 216,84 60,561
equipment, and parts, engineers: Field Artillery and parts:
946001 Cable bridges ................ No. .................................... 947801 75-481 guns, except self946005 Foot bridges ................ No ...................................... propelled ................. No ....................... .............
946005 Portable ferries............. No ..................................... 947802 75-M guns, self-propelld.No ....................................
946007 Pontoon bridges .............. No. 7 256,950 1,156,617 947805 18-pounder gune ............ No ..................... .............
946009 Bridges, n.e.s ............... No. 30 312,548 2,624,009 947805 25-pounder guns ............ No ....................................
946029 Parts and accessories for 947807 4.5-inch guns.............. NO ....................................
bridge building ................ ........... 241,G15 1,128,485 947811 4.7-inch gun .............No. ..................... .............
946051 Kitchen mass and field baking 947813 6-inch guns ............... No ...................... .............
equipment .................................. 4,625 15,217 947815 155 WM guns, new and
946071 Military equipage, n.e.s ..................... 68,156 76,261 modernized ................ No. 2 54,162 20,000
947817 6-inch guns ................ lb 1 52,043 52,500
FIRRAS, AM8UNITION AND 947821 75-4M Howitzers, field and
PYROTECHNICS pack, except selfpropelled ................. No ....................................
Firearms and ordnance, except 947822 75-M Howitzers, selffire-control equipment: propelled ................. No ....................................
Revolvers and pistols: 947825 105-M Howitzers, except
947004 .22-Caliber ................ No 152 3,499 657 self-propelled............ No. 15 55,510 21,022
947005 .52-Caliber................ No ...................... ............. 947824 105-MM Howitzers, self
947006 .58-Caliber ................ No. 400 8,224 1,184 propelled ................. No ....................................
947007 .45-Caliber ............... No. 1,122 52,775 4,043 947825 4.5-inch Howitzers ......... No. ..................... .............
947006 Revolvers and pistols, ne.s.o. 58 70E 99 947827 5.5-inch Howitzers. N .... NO .................... .............
947009 Parts and accessories for 947831 6-inch Howitzers ........... No ....................................
revolvers and pistols .................. 102 85 947855 155-4M Howitzers, new and
947100 Small arms equipment ...................... 1,070 1,480 modernized ................ No. 4 202,127 160,8W
947221 rifles, .22-Caliber .......... No. 942 12,866 7,709 94785 7.2-inch Howitsre ......... No ...................... .............
947222 Rifles, .50-Caliber carbine- 947857 8-inch Howitzers ........... No 2 211,270 216,596
M I ......................... No. 102 5,585 878 947841 2404M Howitzers .......... No ...................... ............
947225 Rifles, .50-Caliber Ml, Garand 947845 9.2-inch Howitzers. l.. No. ..................... .............
and Johnson ................ No .................................... 947845 Field Artillery, n.e.s ..... No ...................... .............
947224 Rifles, .50-Caliber -1905, 947849 Parts and accessories for
Springfield and U-1917, field artillery (carriages,
Infield ...................No.. .................................... adapters, limbers and
947225 Rifles, .505-Caliber, caissons included) ........... .......... 1,050,898 740,894
Lee Enfield ................. No. 53 2,049 670 Coast and railway artillery,
947227 Antitank rifles, and parts:
.55 Caliber boys ............ No. 5 117 65 947851 Seacoast guns 6-, 8-, 9.2-,
947228 Rifles, n.e.m ................ No. 35 1,217 521 12-, 14- and 16- inch ..... No ..................... .............
947259 Parts and accessories for rifles .......... 15,666 4,324 947655 Railway guns 8-, 9.2-, 12-,
947500 Shotguns ..................... No. 1,095 18,54 9,985 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 ................................... 947858 16-inch Hnwitzers .......... No .................... .............
947705 Machine guns, .505-Caliber 947859 Parts and accessories for
aircraft .................. lo 112 17,260 7,005 coast and railway artillery ...................... .............
947705 Machine guns, .50-Caliber, Anti-aircraft artillery, and
aircraft .................. No. 1,662 617,600 170,040 parts, except naval artillery:
947707 Machine guns, .50-Caliber, 947861 .37-MM MA2 guns, *eeledJO ............. ...........
ground and tank ........... No ..................................... 947862 .50 Caliber machine guns...No. ...................................
947711 Machine guns, .305-Caliber, 947863 40-M guns ................. No. ...................................
ground and tank .......... No. 6 450 121 947864 .50 Caliber machine guns.. .No ..................... .............
947713 Machine guns, .50-Caliber, 947865 5-inch guns ............... NO. ..................... .............
ground and tank ........... No. 2,836 967,714 296,140 947867 90-M guns................ No........... .......... .............
947715 Machine guns, .5-inch Caliber, 947871 5.7-inch guns ......................... .......... .............
n. avy ...................... No ..................................... 947875 4.7-inch guns .............. NO ....................................
947717 Sub-machine guns, .45 Caliber, 947875 105-MM gus ................ No ....................................
Thompson ................Ho.. .................................... 947877 Anti-aircraft artillery,
947721 Sub-machine guns, n.e.s .................... No. ..................... .............
9-M Caliber .............. No ..................................... 947879 Parts and accessories for
947725 Automatic rifles, .50 Caliber, anti-aircraft artillery (barM-1918 and U-1918 A 2, cels and carriages included) ............ 769,769 451,589
Browning .................. No .................................... Anti-aircraft armament 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-f Hispano suisa X-1
role, and adaptors included) ............ 325,141 220,871 aircraft guns ............. No. 50 45,100 7,450
Infantry support weapons, and 947903 57-M-U-4 Aircraft guns....No. ..................... ........... .
parts, 947905 Aircraft armament, n.e.s...No. 1 90 352
947751 2-inch mortars ............. No ..................... % ............... 947909 Parts and accessories for
947755 60-M mortars .............. No ...................................... aircraft armament (mounts
947735 3-inch morters ............. No ...................................... and barrels included) .................. 980,957 217,996
947757 81-41 mortars, except Tank armament, and parts,
self-propelled ............ No ..................................... except machine guneo.
947738 81-MM mortars, 947911 574M tank guns ............ No. .................... .............
self-propelled .............No. ..4 ..... 947915 2-Founder, 40-4M tank guns.No ........... ..
947741 3741M Antitank equipment guns, 947915 6-Pounder, 57-8 tank guns.No. ..................... .............
except self-propelled ........................................ 947917 75-M Tank guns ........... No ............ .......... .............
947742 37-MM Antitank equipment guns, 947921 5-inch tank guns ........... No. ...................................
self-propelled ............ No ..................................... 947925 Tank aramament, n.e.m ...... NO........... .......... .............
947745 2-Pofnder, 40-M, Antitank 947929 Parts and accessories for tank
equipment guns ............ No ...................................... armament (mounts included)... .......... 297,771 227,244
947745 6-Pounder, 57.41, Antitank Naval artillery and parts,
equipment guns, except self- 947951 204M Oerlikon guns, antipropelled ................. No...................................... aircraft .................. No. 1 1,600 1,500
947748 6-Pounder, 57494, Antitank 947955 40MM Bofors guns, antiequipment guns, self- aircraft, twin and quadruple
propelled................. No ..................................... mounts................................. .......... .............







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Tal)TED STATES EXPORTS OF DOMESTIt UMCHAN)ISE-M4AY 1946-Continued


vaoM. Comodity description and unit Net Value wegt cd1o Coggedity description and unit Net Value hpi
(Sca- of quantity quantity (dollars) ( ) (Scd of quantity quantity (dollars) wih
.. ... .... a ) (po d) ui 6 ) i) i)ii ii))ii)s )





GWDU 9. M -SC -Cont. GRMIP 9.-4aSCELLAMOUTS--onwt.
FIHEARMIS, AWDNITION AND FIREAEM, AMMUNITEON AND
FIRDtEHNICS-Continued PYRDIECHNICS-Continued

Firearms and ordnance, except Firearms and ordnance, except
f irw-control equisment-Contiraed f ire-control equipmnt-CPontimued Naval artillery and Ammunition for Infantry support
parta-Continued weapons and tank gunm, under 947955 1.1 inch guns, anti- 75-Ai-Contimued
aircraft ..................No. .......... .......... ............. .740. tank and antitank
947937 3-inch 504caliber gunm, gun-Continued
antiircraft..............No,. .......... .......... ............. 948221 Aor-piering abota ..... No. .......... ........,, ., .........
947941 5-inch 25-caliber guns, anti- 94825 High explosive shells....No. .......... .......... .............
aircrat.................. No .......... .......... ............. 948224 Canister shell ........... No .......... ......... .............
947943 5-inch 56-ealiber guns, anti- 2-Pounder, 4040l task and
aircraft (twin mount, single Antitank gun;
base-rint, an single 948225 Armor-piereing shells....No. .......... .......... .............
pedestal included)........ No. 12 209,948 12,000 948227 Armor-piering shot......No. .......... .......... ...........
947945 2-P1ounder 4040 guns....... No .......... .......... ............. 948251 High exp)lostre shells....No .......... .......... .............
947047 5Pounder guns....A....... No. 5 2,500 4,615 6-pounder, 57M tank and
9479,1 12-1ounder gus............No. .......... .......... ............. antitat guns
947953 3-inch 25-r.aliber gns..... No .......... .......... ............. 9482b Amer-piereing shot......No. .......... .......... .............
947955 4-inch British type guns... No .......... .......... ............ 948255 High explosive shells ....No .......... .......... ..............
947957 4-inch 50-caliber guns.....No. .......... .......... .....1......: 94827 Amunition for infantry
947961 4.7 inch gun..............No. .......... .......... ............. support weapons and tank
97963 5-inch 51-cliber guns.....NO. .......... .......... ............ 48 504,4N6
947965 5-inch 54-caliber gu .....No. .......... ............. 948230 Componts antry
947967 T-oans..................... NO. .......... .......... ............. support weapon and tark gun
947971 Naval guns, n.e.s. (6-inch ammunition ................... .......... .......... .............
47-caliber, 6-inch SS-caliber, Amunition for field, seacoast
12-inch 50-caliber, 16-inch and railway artillery .75401
45-caliber, and 16-inch SO- and over:
caliber included)... ..... No. 12 1W,000 264,000 75-1 gun:
947979 Parts and accessories for 948501 Armor-piercing shot......No. .......... .......... .............
naval guna (mount Included) .. .......... 265,660 545,479 94850 Semi-.rmor-piereing
Ammunition for small arms, .60- hells ..................No. .......... .......... .......
caliber and under: 94650 High explosive shell .... No. 600 6 6511664
.22-calibert 948505 Chemical shells ..........NMo. 10,000 100,600 Wsol00
946L01 Balls .................. Fund .695,696 2,526 5,608 949507 Shrapnel ................. No. .1......... .......... .............
94105 Tracers ................,lound .......... .......... ............. 18-pounder gun:
9401 94851 Armor-piercing shot......No. .......... .......... .............
948105 Balls ..................Rund .......... .......... ............. 948513 Semi-amor piercing
946L07 Tracere ................ fund .......... .......... ............. shot .................... No .......... .......... ....,,......
.50-caliberst 94315 High splosive shells ....No. .......... .......... .............
94611 Ballse.................. Bound 486,540 23,411 95,485 948317 Chemical shells .......... No .......... .......... .............
94815 Tracer ................ und .......... .......... ............. 948321 Shrapnel.................No. .......... .......... .............
946115 Armor-piercing 2S-Founder guns
cartridges ............ Bud .......... .......... ............. 948323 Amor-pierring shot......No. .......... .......... .............
948117 renade cartridgee.....und 40,000 1,990 2,118 948325 High explosive shells. ...No. .......... .......... .............
948L19 Carbine cartridgea.....anurd 31,200 927 1,118 3.=h tank and mat.k gun:
946121 Incendiary artridgesotnnd .......... .......... ............. 948527 Armor-piercing shot.....No. .......... .......... .............
.0ST-calibers 948329 Cheical shellse..........No. .......... .......... .............
948125 Balls .................. found .......... .......... ............. 9483a High explosive shells....No. .......... .......... .............
949L25 Tracers ................ Found .......... .......... ............. 105-1 gun:
94BL27 Armor-pier.ing 948555 High explosive shells ...No. .......... .......... .............
cartridges ............ Bndk .......... .......... ............. 4.5-inch guns
948 28 Incendiary cartriges.. und .......... .......... ............. 948555 High explosive shell ....No. .......... .......... NO.......
94ELBO Balls, .32 94L32 Balls, .38-caliber....... Found 100,000 1,67 3,165 High explosive shells....No. .......... .......... .............
948LS6 Balls, .45-caliber.......Fund .......... .......... ............. 948357 6-inch gun:
948L.6 Magezine for .22, .32-, .38-, 9481 Armor-piercing shot ......No. .......... .......... .............
and .45- caliber 94845 High explosive shells....No. .......... .......... .............
am tion ................No. .......... .......... ............. 948345 Shr.pnel.................No. .......... .......... .............
.455-calibers 155-PA gun:
9419 Balls ..................round .......... .......... ............. 948547 Armor-piering shot.....,No. 100 2,404 10,200
.SO-caliberst 948351 High expletive shelle....No. B5,004 800,435 5.6,,98
94 0 Balls .................. Bound ,877,561 1,369,356 5,220,97 948555 Chemical shells ..........No. 104 8,87 10,600
94I141 Tracers.............ound 1,599,169 240,547 603,460 8-inch gun
940153 Armor-piercing 948355 Armor-piercing ahells....No. .......... .......... .........
cartridges............Bound 5,572,46 525,075 1,272,640 948357 High explosive shells....No. 2,500 217,124
940L46 Bplosv cart.ridges....kns .......... .......... ............. 8- anid 9.2 Inch gn, railway
94FI47 Incendiary cartridges..Reund 18,058,749 3,249,675 6,65,584 and seacoasts
.5-inch caliber, navy 948561 Armor-piercing ahells...No .......... .......... ..,.........
940151 Balls .................. o 89ud .......... .......... ............. 12-, 14-, and 16-inch gun:
948156 Tracers ................ Found .......... .......... ............. 948563 Amor-piercing shot......No. .......... .......... .............
948156 Ar.or-piercing 946SS Azor-piercing shells .... No. .......... .......... ............
cartridges ............Found .......... .......... ............. 948366 High explosive shells....No. .......... .......... .............
.55-calibera 15-IIM Hawitzers
946157 Armor-piercing 948567 High explosive shells ....No. 8,000 84,000 26,000
cartridges ............ kmud .......... .......... ............. 948568 chemical shells ..........N*o. .......... .......... .............
7.92 Ms 948572 Shrapnel ................. No .......... .......... .............
948161 Balls .................. Bund .......... ......... ............. 105-@ Nowitsers
04162 Shotgun shells .............No. 2,900,525 73,506 275,150 94"75 Armor-piercing shot......No. .......... .......... .............
948135 Amunition for small arms, 94674 High explosive shells .... No. 52,144 M5,75L 5,0a6,613
n.e.................., und 35,250 2,.49 7,772 948575 Chemical shells..........No. 15,8 U2,616 917,69
948166 Linkcs and belts for small 4.5-inch Howitzer:
arm amunition ........... No. 3,700,250 44,790 177,647 948376 Righ explosive she....NAs. .......... .......... .............
946169 Components for small arm 948577 Chemical shells..........No. .......... .......... .............
ammunition ................... .......... 7,071 6,708 5S.-Inc Howitzer:
Ammunition for infantry support 94878 High explosive shells....No. .......... .......... ............
weapons and t.a guns, under 948361 Chemical shell ..........NO. .......... .......... .............
75-W: 6-inch Howitzers
2-inch mortars 948382 High explosive shells....Mo. .......... .......... ............
948201 Mortar shells ............ No. .......... ........... ............. 9485 Chemical shells ..........No. .......... .......... .............
94825 Chemical shells..........No. .......... .......... ............. 155-1 owitzers
6041M mortar: 948384 High explosive shells ....No. .......... .......... .............
948205 Mortar shells ............ No .......... .......... ............. 948385 Chemical shellsa.......... No ...... I.... .......... .............
7-dinh mortars 7.2-inch owitzer:
948207 Mortar shells............No. .......... .......... ............. 9486 High explosive shella....No. .......... .......... ............
948211 Chemsical shells ..........,No .......... .......... ............. 948387 Chemical ahells .......... No .......... .......... .............
B1-MM mortars 240461 Howitzer:
9421 Mortar bells ............ No .......... .......... ............. 948388 High explosive shells....N. 4000 502,952 1,500,5
948205 Chemical shells .......... No. .......... .......... ............. 8-,9.2-aM 12nchHa
37-4 tar and antita&* guns 948391 High explosive shella.... No. .......... .......... .............
948217 Armor-piercing sells..... No. .......... .......... ............. 948592 Field, seacoast, and A
948219 Semi-armor-piercing railway artillery
shells .................. No. .......... .......... ............. ammunition, n..s .......No. 55,2LO 788,051 2,021,911







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UNITED STATES EXPORTS OF DOMESTIC ERCHANDISE-MAY 1945-Continued

Commodity Shipping Comnodit3Sipn
Co dity description and unit Net Value h cppn ode No. Commodity description and unit Net Value weih
(Sched of quapntity quantity (dollars) ( (Sched- of quantity quantity (dollars) (pounds)
ule B) ule B)

ROUP 9. -4ISCELLANEGUS--Cont. GROUP 9.-4MISCELLANEOUS--Cont.
FIREAfIS, AMMUNITION AND FIREARMS, AMMUNITION AND
PYDTECHNICS-Continued PYROTECHNICS-Continued

Firearms and ordnance, except Firearms and ordnance, except
fire-control equipment-Contimed fire-control equipnent--Continued
Ammunition for field, seacoast, Naval ammunition, except small
and railway artillery .75-0 arms ammunition-Continued
and over-Contined 6-inch 47-caliber, 8-inch
8-, 9.2-, and 12-inch 55-caliber, 12-inch 50HcSwitzer-Continued caliber,16-inch 45-caliber,
948396 Components for field, eandlS-inch 50-caliber gun:
seacoast, and railway 948673 Armor-piercing shells ....No .......... .......... .............
artillery ammunition....... .......... 2,541 2,102 948675 Antiaircraft shells...... No. .......... .......... .............
Ammunition for antiaircraft 948677 Naval gun munition,
artillery, except machine gunst n.e.e .....................No. 5,594 222,994 825,750
374- guns 948679 Components for naval gun
948401 Armor-piercing short... sound .......... .......... ............. ammunition............................: 182,865 378,971
948403 Armor-piercing shells..RBound ..... ....................... 8 Anounition, n.e.s.:
948405 High explosive shella..Round .......... .......... ............. 948701 Puees for gune ............. No. 623,968 7,106,259 2,227,765
40-M Bofars gun: 948702 Primers for guns........... No. 177,099 57,599 202,153
948407 Armor-piercing shot ... -.Round .......... .......... ............. 948704 Components for fuses and
948411 High explosive shelle..Round .......... ...................... primers................................ 65,535 130,295
S-inch gun; Grenades, and parts:
948413 Armor-piercng shot...... No .................... ................. Hand grenade:
948415 High explosive shells .... No .......... ....................... 948705 Fragmentation .......... No ..................... .............
94417 Shrapnel................. No ........... ...................... 948706 Demolition ............No. .......... .......... .............
90-4M guns 948708 Antitank.............. NO .................... .............
948421 Armor-piercing shot...... No. 2,080 51,588 136,240 948709 Incendiary.............No. 1,000 8,047 350
948422 Armor-piercing shells. ...No. 3,500 86,471 229,250 948715 Rifle ......................No. 515,000 499,523 955,879
948425 High explosive snelle ...No. 5,350 97,577 342,400 948715 Machine gun................No .......... .......... ..........
3.7-inch guns )48719 Components for grenades....... .......... ......... .............
948425 High explosive shells. .No. .......... .......... ............. 948721 Antitank mines.............No .......... .......... .............
4.7-inch guns 048723 Compoi.ents for antitank
948427 High explosive shells....No .......... ....................... mines............................................ .............
105-W gun: Aircraft bombs, and parts
948431 High explosive shells .... No. .................... ............. 948725 20- and 25-pound
948435 Antiaircraft artillery fragentation...........No .......... .......... .............
ammunition, n.e.a.........No. .......... ....................... 948727 50-pound fragmentation and
948439 Components for antiaircraft chemical................ No. .......... .......... .............
artillery ammunition ......... .......... 8,847 22,925 948731 40-pound fragmentation...No. ......... .......... .............
Aircraft gun ammunition, except 948732 100-pound chemical .......No .................... .............
machine guns 948734 100-pound general purpose
20-iM Hispano suiza gun: and fragmentation.S..... No. .......... .......... .............
948501 Balls .................. Sound 602,941 341,347 487,595 948755 250 and 300-pound general
948505 Tracers................ ound .......... .......... .............. purpose...............No. ..................... .............
948505 Armor-piercing shells..Round .......... .......... ............. 948757 500 and 600-pound general
948507 High explosive shells..Round .......... .......... ............. purpose...............No. 14,157 1,061,122 7,729,656
948509 Incendiery............. Bound .......... .......... ............. 948759 1000 to 1900 pound inclu948511 Inert shells...........ound .......... .......... ............. sie, general purpose...No. 1,486 286,160 1,552,746
37-4M aircraft guns 948742 2000 to 5900-nound inclS48515 Armor-piercing shells..R ound .......... .......... ............. .slv, general purpose...No .......... .......... .............
948515 High explosive shells..Hound .......... .......... ............. 948744 4000-pound and over,
948517 Aircraft gun ammunition, general purpose......... No. 1,440 1,340,231 6,480,12
n.e.s................... Round .......... ........... ............. Incendiary:
*48519 Components for aircraft gun 948748 4-pound................No. .......... .......... .............
asmmunition...............No. .......... .......... ............. 948749 Other..................No. .......... .......... .............
Naval ammunition, except small 948752 325-pound depthbombs ..... No. ......... .......... .............
arms ammunition: 948753 650-pound depthbombe .....No. .......... .......... .............
20-MM Oerlikon guns 948754 250-pound semi-armor948601 Tracers ................ found 52,092 59,310 36,120 piercing bombs .......... No. .................... .............
948605 High explosive shells..Round 105,678 118,239 72,030 948755 500-pound semi-armor948605 Antiaircraft shells ... Bound ......... ....................... piercing bombs ........ No. .................... .............
2-Pounder 40-1M guns 948756 1000-pound semi-armor948607 High explosive shells..Sound 95,144 572,395 445,158 piercing bombs. N..,.. .................... .............
4040( Bofars guns 948757 1600-pound armor-piercing
948609 High.explorive shell..mRound 5 1,408 166,255 353,515 bombed ...................No.. .................... .............
948611 Antiaircraft shells.. *.Roud .......... ....................... 948758 Aircraft bombs, n.e. .... No. 1 27 7
1.1-inch gun: 948759 Parts and accessories for
948613 Antiaircraft shells .... Round .......... .......... ............. aircraft bombs....................... 1,506,989 2,797,40
3-pounder guns 948761 Antisubmarine bombs ........ No ..................... .............
948615 Common shells ............ No .......... ........................ 948765 Submarine mines ............No. .......... .......... .............
12-Pounder guns: 948769 Submarine mine parts and
948617 Coon shells...........o. ................... .............. equipment ................... .......... .......... .............
3-inch 25-caliber guns 948771 Torpedoes.................. No. 1 12,000 5,300
948621 Antiaircraft shells .....No. .......... ....................... 948779 Parts and accessories for
948823 Common shells ...........No .......... .......... ............. torpedoes.............................. 214,794 227,560
948625 Illuminating shell ...... ........... ........................ 948781 Depth charges (T-gun
948827 Shrapnel ................No. .................................. ammnnition)...............No. .................................
3-inch 50-caliber guns 948789 Components for depth charges.. .......... 90,617 364,785
948631 Armor-piercing shells .... No. ........... ....................... 948791 Propelling charges for guns,
Q48633 Antiaircraft shells .....No. .......... ....................... 4.5-inch to 18-inch,
948635 Common shells............No .......... .......... ............. and 25-pounder......................... 699,054 3,601,150
948636 Illuminating shells ......No. 200 5,699 6,275 Pyrotechnics:
948637 Shrapnel................. No. .......... ........................ 949750 Conmmercial and display.................... .......... .............
4-inch British type guns 949793 Flame throwers ...............No. .......... ......... ............
948641 Illuminating shells ...... No .......... ....................... 949795 Flarea, aircraft ............No. 1,941 3 ,649 5,684
S 4-inch 50-caliber guns 949796 Flares, airport..............No. 20 72 652
948643 Common shells............No. .......... ....................... 949798 Other........................... .......... 164,845 150,841
948645 Illuminating shells ...... No .................................
948847 Shrapnel. ................. o .......... ....................... BOOKS, MAPS, PICTURES, AND
4.7-inch gun: OTHER PRINTED MATTER, N.E.S.
948651 Illuminating shells ......No. .......... .......................
5-inch 25-caliber gun: Books and pamphletsa
9486655 Armor-piercing shells .... No .................... .............. 951000 Bound educational textbooks..... .......... 205,402 276,384
948655 Antiaircraft shells ...... No ................... ............. 951200 Other bound books ............... .......... 706,892 1,087,311
948657 Illuminating shelled ......No..................... ............... 951400 Unbound books in sheets......... .......... 19,394 57,039
5-inch 58-caliber. gun 951600 Catalogs and pamphlete .................... 92,893 165,762
948661 Antiaircraft shells. ...... No. .......... ....................... 952200 Geographic mape and chaste ........ .......... 14,645 18,724
948663 Common shells............No .................... ............. 952300 Music in books and sheets................... 22,547 24,579
948665 Illuminating shells ......No ............. ....................... Photographs and blueprints:
5-inch 51-caliber gun: 955001 Plans and specifications for
948666 Common shells...........No.................................. aircraft................................. 34,514 70,452
948667 Illuminating shells......No. ................................. .. 955098 Photographs and blue prints, n.e.s........... 52,131 19,253
5-inch 54-caliber gun: 955300 Newpapers, current......................... 79,641 680,765
948671 Antiaircraft shells ...... No ................................. 955500 Periodsl, cur....................No. 6,I4,556 559,117 2,680,1706









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UNITED STATES EXPORTSOF DOMESTIC ERCHkM1DISE- T 194&-Continued

Cozedity Comdity Sipn
cede No, Comsodity description and unit Net Value Shi cde No. Comodity description nd unit Not Talue
(Shd- of quantity quantity (dollars) i (sched- of quantity quantity dollarr)
ule B) ule B)

ORMUP 9.--ISCELLAIUS--Cont. GOUP 9.-41SCE LANEDUS-Cont.
80CKS, MAPS, PICTURES, AND OTIBR MISCELAOECUS COWODITIES,
PEaRE MATR, N.E.S.-Contined N.E.S.--Continued

956000 Calendars, printed or urwprinted... .......... 20,670 45,584 Manufactures of synthetic gome
9565600 Lithographically printed matter............. 367,14 516,782 and reains--Continued
956500 Playing cards ................. Paeck 241,291 34,919 61,189 Other synthetic resin
956901 Plans and specifications for products-Continued
sir craft, printed ............... .......... 2,618 6,168 981505 Methyl sethacerylate
956998 Printed setter, A.e.a .......... .......... 1,656,915 1,153,909 products, fabricated,
except molded .............Lb 1,574 5,236 200
HISCE~LLAUS COM01DITIS, N.E.S. 981505 Nylon products, except
yarn and textiles ........Lb 510 4,577 62.
957000 Clocks, electric, except parts.No. 820 7,000 5,651 981507 Urea-formaldehyde products,
Clocks, n.e.a., except electric fabricated, except molded.Lb 28 170
957100 1-day alam clocks .......... No. 538,605 39,121 55,622 981598 Other synthetic resin
957200 Mantel, novelty, and wall products..................Lb. 154,620 87,144 16,
Clocks.....................No. SS ss 507 9819o00 Manufactures of cellulose
957900 Other clocks and parts .......... .......... 7,972 2,435 ecetate, n.e.a............................ 178,098 100,838
Watchees 982000 Manufactures of all compounds of
958000 Without jewels ..............No. 22 555 15 cellulose, except cellulose
958100 With jewels..................No. 2,086 47,458 875 acetate, n.e.s ................... .......... 45,450 3
958900 Parts, except Jewel bearings............. 87,886 2,950 982100 Sponges, natural or synthetic,
959105 Marine chrnoueters ........... No. .......... ........... ............. except rubber.................... ......... 10,011 5,157
959198 Time-reording devices and pert.. ........... 71,621 40,055 982200 Toothbrushes .................Dos 207,119 22,116 15,98
961000 Paintings, etchings, engravings, 982400 Toilet brushes, except
statuary and antiques...................... 84,981 21,585 toothbrushes.................Dos 14,504 49,491 40,700
Jewelry and other personal 982501 Paint brushes.................Dos. 14,481 47,510 25,526
ornaments, 982610 Household brushes .............Dos 2,155 6,920 1040
962000 Solid gold or platinum.................... 145,152 790 982691 Other brushes .................Dos 29,805 48,509 75700
Other metals, silver, 982700 Combs, except wholly of
gold filled, rolled-gold- rubber........................No 2,887,007 146,045 8100
plate, and base metal- Pipes and mokers' articles,
962100 Men's jewelry............................ 55,548 2,856 982800 Tobacco pipes (of all
962500 Women's jewelry......................... 1253,326 7,151 materials).................Doz. 15,519 88,262 19,941
962600 Other articles.......................... .. 0,095 6,094 982900 Other smokers' articles,
All materials except metal except pocket and electric
962700 Men's jewelry........................... 1,858 224 lighters ................................. 84,176 ,
962800 Women's jewelry.......................... 111,702 14,184 985000 Plates and cuts, electrotype,
962900 Other articles.......................... 126,562 53,097 stereotype, halftone, litho96500 Jewelry findings, and parts..... .......... 186,279 24,927 graphic, or engraved..........Lb 25,527 50,757 0,1
968000 Bottle and container closures, 985100 Umbrellas and parasols.........No 14,591 43,940 14,602
n.e. ....................... roes 806,419 205,579 968,539 985200 Candles........................Lb. 55,567 16,755 65,292
968501 Thermostatic bottles, carafes, 984005 Beads and bead articles..................... 48,080 5,82
jars, jugs, and other 984098 Notions, cheap novelties, and
thermostatic containers.......No. 15,905 20,9453 62,514 specialties, n.e.a ......................... 428,697 576,86
968509 Parts of thermostatic contelenrs.. .......... 11,765 55,586 Household and commercial
Composition roofing: refrigerators, except electric969500 Asphalt roofing...........Square 198,159 259,266 9,477,042 984100 Mechanical..................No. 86 13,574 4,12
969600 Asbestos roofing..........Square 9,760 60,811 1,769,851 984200 Ice, except mechanical.......No 204 4,775 55,52
969900 Other roofing.............Square 10,009 12,469 503,851 984600 Soda-fountain equipment and
Buttons, partats, bar supplies............................... 10,257 1,62
971100 Buttons, cellulose compounds, 984900 Fishing tackle and equipment
galalith, and other suitable only for commercial
compounds.................Gross 591,692 504,645 158,294 fishing.......................... .......... 45,956 10,05
971250 Pearl or shell..........Gross 14,018 9,695 4,071 985500 Shoe findings, except leather
971290 Other materials..........Gross 44,856 25,418 21,951 and rubber....................... .......... 10,046 515,2
971500 Button parts, backs, blaske, 987100 Coin-perated comodity-vending
or molds..................Gross 117,705 50,6588 45,710 machinesa...................... No 61 2,895 10,06
Lamps and illuminating devices, 987200 Other coin-operated machines,
except electric, except musical................No. 551 16,782 45,6
979100 Incandescent mantles.........No. 305,941 19,895 12,564 990000 Household and personal effects.............. 925,421 1,77,40
979200 Lanterns, wik .............. No. 82,587 54,250 186,365 All commodities exported for
979500 Gasoline pressure lanes, relief or charity:
lanterns, and parts...................... 16,50 11,684 999810 Food...................................... 6,650,507 22,18,856
979400 Other lamps, except 999820 Clothing ................................. 2,711,565 4,558,118
electric ................... No. 9,850 15,225 27,989 999850 Blankets and beddinges .................... 69,020 116,846
979900 Other lighting devices and 999840 Drugs and biological supplies... ........... 479,367 908,02
parts, n.e.e., except glass .... .......... 47,191 60,094 999850 Surgical, sanitary and hospital
980000 Matches............................ .......... 15,198 94,026 supplies and equipment......... ........... 50,499 406,221
980700 Fire-fighting equipment, except 999860 Ambulances and other motor
automotive fire engines.................... 216,240 407,428 equipment................................ 57,700 152,085
Manufactures of synthetic gums 999890 Other ..................................... 655,992 5,692,
and resins, 999910 General merchandise valued at
Molded products: $10 or less................................ 557,716 6,424,000
981201 Phernol-formaldehyde, (This conudity number should
fabricated................Lb. 12,502 13,127 14,401 be applied to:
981205 Methyl methacrylate, (a) All single items of
fabricated................ Lb. 27,720 29,678 55,067 Schedule B commodities
981205 Nylon ....................Lb..................... ............. ....valued at $10 or less.
981207 Urea-formaldehyde, (b) All totals of Schedule
fabricated................Lb. 5,845 6,500 6,850 8 commodities, single
981288 Other synthetic guns and items of which are valued
resins ....................Lb. 15,707 18,645 18,788 at *10 or less.
Other synthetic resin products, 999950 Miscellaneous military and naval
981301 Phenol-formaldehyde products, equipment, unclassified .......... ......... 278,299 42,78
fabricated, except molded.Lb. 510 1,725 57 999990 All articles, n.e.s .......................... 187,494 7,064,06



























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UNITED STATES a-PORTS OF FOREIGN MERCHANDISE-1AY 1945-Contlnued


Cmi Commodity
code No, Commodity description and unit et Value S code No. Commodity description and unit Net Value weigt
(Sched- of quantity quantity (dollars) (weight (Sched- of quantity quantity (dollars) weight
ule B) pounds) ule B) (pounds)

Total United States Exports of GROUP O.-AMXALS AND ANIMAL
Domestic and Foreign Merchandise ........... L,2,842,413 18,865,917,604 PRDDUCTS, -I?5DILE.E-ontimed

Total United States exports of 07300-Furs, dressed
Foreign Merchandise ........................ 16,805,680 125,279,674 074998 or dyed No. 18,318 88,695 5,139
075300- Fur manufatures ...... ............ ........... 10,B57 8,598
075900

GROUP O0.--ANIALS AND ANIMAL 080905 Sperm and whale oil ............ Lb. 1,040,200 86,788 1,040,200
PROUCTS, EDIBLE ....................... 196,002 1,560,726 085700 Tallow, inedible ............... Lb. .................................
080500080901,
001000- Animals, Edible ........... : ................. .......... ............. 080998- Animal oils, fats, and greases,
00100v or froen.Lb........... ..........084900, inedible, n.e.s ............... Lb. 17,920 5,224 20,170
002000 Beat and veal, fresh orfoe.b. ..... ..... ...... 085805008600 Beef, canned ................... Lb. 5,184 958 6,988 085898
002100- 095000
0035I0 090000- Live animals, inedible ....................... 12,928 146,903
003700 Other meats .................... Lb. 1,539 484 3,03I 090900
095500 Bristles ....................... Lb. 45,608 251,742 57,104
092300004900 Sasage casings ................ Lb. 22,077 23,139 26,455 092900, Animal products, inedible, n.e.s............ .11,901 34,40
00SO00-09420S005900 Animal Oils and Fats, Edible.. .Lb. ..................................... 099998

006000 Milk and cream, fresh and
sterilized ................... Gal ....................... ............. G UP 1. -VEGETAL FOOD
006100- Milk a cream, condensed and PBODUCTS AND BVERAES ................. 3,629,614 74,878,891
006200 evaporated..................Lb........... ........................ 105700 ice, cleaned ................ Lb. 1,852,592 45,819 1,938,748
006400- Milk, dried 107100 Wheat ........................ Bu. 154,591 265,019 9,559,330
006400- 107500- eafou..........Cw...... .....
006500 Hatter ......................... Lb ........... ........................ 107400 Wheat flour......................................................
006798. Cheese ......................... Lb. 9,768 3,124 12,302 101100105500,
0068- Infants' foods, malted milketc.Lb. 12,588 5,289 21,579 105800- Grains and preparations, n.e.a 1860
00998 1061003
Fish and Fish Products .............................................. 107700Salted, pickled, or dry-cured: 109900
007800 Cod, haddock, hake, pollock, 109900
cask................Lb..............................110100007500- 119900 Fodders and feeds .............. Ton 2,162 80,168 4,864,440
007700, 120110- Beans, dry, ripe ............... Lb. l0 16 112
007901- Other ........................ Lb. 305,699 25,595 483,276 120150
007998 120250 Peass, dry, ripe ................Lb 4406,527 383,389 4,446,297
008400- Fish, canned .................Lb. 809,477 134,851 1,005,550 12070000888 1$49 Vegetables, fresh or frozen ... 1,052,198 35,783 1,064,050
007000- 122490
Fresh 124100- Vegetables, canned ............. Lb. 55,262 3,957 69,908
9003- Fresh or frozen .............. Lb. 1,992 479 2,954 124990
-09007 1259 Vegetables and preparations, .e.s ............ ..10,868 115,266
009098 Other fish and fish products, 130100 Banaas......................Lb 2,705,5 130,359 2,934,633
n.e.s ......... ............. Lb. 701 2,281 811 I307OO Pineapples, fresh.............. Bo ..........
0094 Meat extracts ................Lb........... .......... ............. 13000............
009200- .... ...... ....... I02OOEggs and egg predicts ................................................... 130500, Fruits and preparations, n.e.s.Lb. 1,599,969 130,674 1,63,250
00998 130900009500, Edible animal products, n.e.s ........................ ................. 155098
009900 ______ 137903 Almonds, sweet.................Lb. 84,687 34,179 93,405
157905 Brazil or cream ................Lb........... .......... .............
OHOUP O.--A MALS A A1NM 137907 Filberts ....................... Lb 5,522 42,0096,282
PRODUCTS, IMIBLE ..................... .720,078 1,87,278 137400020101 and40 4,paaios eibe1 8,415
020101- Cattle hides .................Lb.................................. 1,77, Nts and preparations, edible, o.e. ..........
00104 143100.Peanut oil, edible ............Lb........... .......... .............
020601- Lb ..................... ............. 144901 Olive oil, edible .............. Lb ..................... .............
02074 ....... .. ........... ....................... 1420000201- Sheep and lamb skins ...... Lb 17,00 4,72 19,000 143000,
025008 4,732 .......... .............. 144100025010- Out and kid skins ............Lb........... 1700, Edible vegetable oils, n.e.s... Lb. 6,416,170 980,098 6,416,170
s PC.. ......1440202144998
0203- Hides md skine, n.e.c ......... Lb ................................. 150100 Cocoa beans .................... Lb .................... .............
025098
~ Upper15030005000- Cocoa and chocolate ............ Lb. 150 7 1,650
0 90 upper leather ..................... ..... .................. I00
0336950- lv 150800 Tea ...........................Lb. 52,398 24,790 40,953
0 Glove and garment leather.. .Sq.ft .................................. 15110003900 11200. Coffee .........................Lb 1,554,512 225,082 1,568,190
0 001300 Table beverage materials, n.e.c ....................... .............
03210, Leather, n.es.................... ........... 159 62 154901 Capsicum ....................... Lb. 484 91 513
035500035900- 14902 Cinnamon ....................... Lb. 23,11 14,568 23,784
O900154903 Cassia......................... Lb ..................... .............
806000- Leather manufactures ......................... 6,208 6,960 154905 Cloves, unground ..............Lb. 157,230 5,527 16414

0 Fr00- ........ 1507 Nutmeg, unground ................ Lb. 6,594 2,980 6,722
15411 Pepper, unground ............... Lb. 81,769 10,71 83593
071600 Fox .........................No. 746 9,153 598 154915 Vanilla beans .................. Lb. 3,459 10,023 8,998
071800 k. Spices ......................... Lb. 94,424 25,790 98,430
071800- Muskrat ...................... No 2,80 Sugar .......................... Lb 10,145,889 494,658 10,232,419
0719001690
072901 Coney, rabbit, and hare. No 7,011 2,222 1,451 Other related products ........Lb. 2,509,024 584,611 29,008,434
072903 Ermine and weasel ............ No ..................... .................700
072905 Fitch, and kolinsky .......... o........... ................ 170..0
072P07 Squirrel .....................No. 8,000 7,200 332 780 Ml lqos.........a. 818 .8 9)8
072908 Lamb, kid, sheep, and goat 171600 Whisky ..................... Pf.gal. 322 2,449 5,853
171400
skin furs ................... No. 55,490 190,102 55,923 171900' Other distilled liquors .... Pf.gal. 7,072 43,899 185,540
071100,
072100- 175000 Wines ......................... Gal. 408 3,244 8,577
072500 Other ........................ No. 8,181 70100,
176100- Beverages and fruit Juices, n.e.s........... Is1 1,575
072998 176000










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Commodity Comodlty
code N. CQmdity description and unit Net Value code No. Comedity description and unit et u g
(Sched- of quantity quantity (dollars) (Sched- of quantity gaantity (dollars)
ule B) tile B)

GMUP 2.-VEETAU P9DUCTS, GOUP .- TILE. FIES AND
InIHZE, EFPT FIBB 5 AND MAWFAC1 ES-Contirued
110@......................... .......... 851,146 4,103,728

200100- EAber crude...................Lb. 516,661 175,692 538,584 Vegetable fiber, auimmfactnred1
200600 320507 Istle or Tampico ........... L.ton 2L 6,Q9 47,587
200901- Synthetic, reclaimd, and scrap 320515 Manila or abaca.........Lton .......... .......... .............
20120 rubber... .......... ....... ... ......... 320519 Sisal or hwnequen ..........L.ton 4,905 799,875 19 7
20 la00- rubber maeofactures .............. 1,049 17,362 54,445
201490- 32osi
2I O-Naval stores ...................L .......... .......... .. ... 5 on 2
211600 52051, Other unmamufactured fibers..L.ton 220 49,858
21000 Chicle, crude or advanced ......Lb. .......... ......... ... *...* 20521218600 Shellac ....................... Lb. 135,506" 56,2 156,050 320598
21M2 52400 Jute bags......................Lb. 18,867 14,722 190>$10
21805- Onus and resins, n.e. ......... Lb. 207,767 44,06 214,289 322905 Jute barlope ...................Lb. 1,029,627 172,497 1,060
218998 521100,
220100- 1, H100, Lees, n ot Other Jute mnfactures........Lb. 139,427 .......... .............
?20100- Drop, Heb*, Lawmen, and Baots, 122998'
220988 Crude........................Lb. 84,552 16,025 88,177 559916 Flax fabric ...................Lb. 90,222 6,502 90,1
22200 Copra..........................Lb ............... ..... *............. 559955, Other flax, heap, and ramie
2ZLOO0- mauacue, n.e.s .............. ,........... 85
222020, Other oil seeds................Lb. 7,269 1,172 7,468 5 9factures, n.e.........................
222098 53988
Expressed oils and fats, inedible: 341100- Cordage, except of cotton
223000 Coconut oil................Lb ........... .......... ............. or Jute.......................Lb. .......... .......... ............
224801- Fatty acids and vegetable soap 41998 eg t b e f er s ra
224898 stock ....................... Lb .................................. 349500. Vegetable fiber, straw, or
224901. Castor oil, commercial ... ....Lb. ....... ........................ 349998 grass manufactures, n.e.s ........ .......... 3,851 12,20
224906 Rapeseed and oiticia oil, 360035 Carpet wool................... b. .......... ..............
inedible................... Lb. 16,841 3,289 19,428 360005 Clothing wool..................Lb. 6,708,97 4,1S4,841 6,954,6
224910 Tung oil................Lb .................................. 360907 Combing wool.................Lb. 6,162,373 5,772,896 G 93
224912 Soybean oil, crude ...........Lb ................................ 360911 Hair, Angora, Cashere, Alpaca,
22425 Pal and pal kernel oil. Lb 2,027,800 158,98 2,027,800 etc ......................... Lb ............. ............. ....
224500- plmd palm kernel oil ..... Lb. 2,027,800 158,984 2,02,80 5622000
2231200, 562600 Wool rags, noals, and waste...Lb. .......... .......... .............
2202- Other expressed oils and fatsJ.1h 508,960 50,896 509,20 362800 Wool tops......................Lb. ........... ........ .......
224904, 53500 Wool yarns....................Lb. .......... .......... ... ..........
2249SO 364900 Wool fabric .................. Lb. 2,811 ,190 3,24
224998 Essential or distilled oilst 366200 Carpet and rugs............. Sq.yd. 10,251 45,6 2,014
227100 Citrus oils..................Lb. 755 15,658 955 367500226800- 36950 Wearing apparel.................. .......... ........ ...........

227998 368998
228900, Other essntia or distilled 36300- o ohi a 2
2279982295 oils ........................ Lb. 3,204 9,633 3,9g60 368908-"Oh wo .... i

228000 Blended, compounded or mixed 2690S0 Hair L 1 7
perfume-flaor oilsa ...... L. ..................................... 990 and manactures..........b. 105 57
255905 Webracbo extract..............Lb. 2,140 197 2,175 570200- Silk and mafacture.......................

255100 Dyeing and tanning 79900
2OSS extracts, n.e.s...............Lb. .......... .......... ............. Tarne..thread, and filaments...Lb........................,
240100 Alfalfa........................Lb. 9,000 5,585 9,090 584500- Other rayon and synthetic textile
240200- 585900 manufactures..................... .......... 1,660 619
240400 Clover.........................Lb .......... ....................... 390100 Coated or impregnated
240600- Fld and grass seeds, n.e.a...Lb. ................................ 391700 fabrics ................... Sq.yd. 6,510 1,20 ,060
.241990..~94050 Bat braids and materials.......Yd. 170,8653 5,811 1,2
247500 Flower and vegetable seeds.....Lb. 117 44 125 94200 t and ha bodies........... 100 60
247500 ~~~~~~~~~~~595800 sanha oi.......N. 10605
2S.8 nursery and Greenhouse Stock...... ................................ 92800 oher textile man s........
261100 Cigar leaf................Lb....................... ........... 396300261500 Perique leaf tobacco...........Lb. ................................. 599990
260110215000, Other tobacco and manufactures .... .......... 181,051 152,266 GOUP 4.-400D AND PAPE................ 95,951 0,105
261500-.
262050
299%05 Vegetable tallow and wax .......Lb. 205,961 100,310 208,078 400100- H wood logs
29995 Vegetable ivory and tapsa nuts.Lb. 534,286 15,394 586,258 400998 Hardwood lo .............i.d.ft. .......... 7 920
291100- 401200295100, 401900 Softwood logs............. .fbdt. .......... .......... .........
299991, Inedible vegetable produts,n.e.s ............ 7,499 15,284 402600- Other manfactre wood................... 1,120
299906- 40890029998408500 Sawed tiaber..............M.bd.ft .......... .......... ...........
GROUP 5.-TXTIEL FIIBERS AND 410000- Boards, planke, and
MAWFACTURE ................. .......... 9,102,488 26,166,671 415900 scantlings ...............M.bd.ft 48 7,785 14,678
4160003500006- Ct.414900 Other sawaill products ... .M.bd.ft, .................... .............
300401 Cotton m factor ......... Lb. ................. ............. 4201103X00 4295oCoprae........................ ,37 2,7
500600- Cotton semluanrfactures ........ Lb. ................. ............. 420 Cooperage................................... 1,57
801520 201
Cotton manfacturess 4299 Other wood manufactures ..................... 5,195 15,061
Cotton clothe 40000- Cork and manufacture ............. 52,991 4,390 5,29
02 Unbleached..............Sq.yd. 6,165 18,956 52,274 Sulphit wood pulp,
50O00 Suphite wood pulp,
04000- Bleached, dyed, etc..... Sq.yd. 90,626 29,386 19,070 40200 bleached ..................S. ......... ......... ............
8700400 Suphite wood pulp,
08000- Other cotton fabrics .......... .......... 9,830 556 unbloached...................3. ...................... .............
5D08950 50460000,
09000- Wearing apparel................. .......... 705 474 460600- Other paper stock..............Lb. 5 490 70,000
512900 4699
514000- Narrow fabrics, non-elastic............... 349417 471200 Hesrint paper.................Lb. 180,592 7,954 18657
516100 471400 Bok paper, uncoated.......... Lb. ................................
usO 4e DuWrrniing................ ............. 20 rapping paper.................Lb 57,251 5,664 59,970
501500- 4720005OG0, Cotton manufactures ............. .......... 973 5,658 47210, ther paper and related products.. .......... 65,998 257,790
19110-7200319900 479900













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CommodityShipping Commodity Sipn
cdity desription and unit Net Value code No. Commodity description and unit Net Value
o~f quantity quanti ty (dollars) ("Et (SIched- of quantity quniy (dolas -eight
Schd-ounds) quntt oea (pounds)

GROUP 5.-NONETALLIC MINERALS .......... 622,846 9,002,477 GROUP 6.--ETALS AND MANUFACTURES, EXCEPT MACHINERY
500100 Coal, anthracite ............ .......... ......... ............. AND VEHICLES-Contied
5002006 Coal, bituminous....... .........I ...
Coal and coke briquets and 657000- Zinc and manufactures ....................... 361 1,159
coke ....................... L.o ......... ......... ............. 658998
moto fels. 13 66500 Quicksilver or mercury ......... 2,88 5,595 3,235
Aviation 67,993 620 Chromium ........................Lbh.....................................
motor5 fuladgsln......................664525 Cobalt ........................Lb .....................................
Other m r fl gaolin ..... .......... .......... ........... 661000602700 Kerosene ...................... Bbl. 1,292 5,128 406,200 663000, Other nonferrous ores, metals and
503000 Gas oil and distillate fuel 6656U0- alloys except precious ..................... 52,224 990107
oil ......................... ................................. 664515,
5061D0 Residual fuel oils ...........9. Bl......................................664530501105- 669198
501200, 6te .e....... .............................. .. 692000- Precious metals and plated ware,
501900, Other petroleum products 699700 except Jewelry and gold and
503100. silver ore, bullion, and coin .............. 1,7581 87
501900- 0ROUP 7.-MACRISIERY AND
51000- Marble, stone, and manufactures ............. 1,326 49,84 VEHICLES ............................... 680,193 1,139,165

516400- Cement and manufactures ............ .......... 66 10,3407,
517000 60000
517100 Line .........................bl.. .................................... 701200 G
521200- Glass. .................................... .57 725 707612 ga adcmuicto eics. ..... ,9 862
52508 708100 Signal and communication devices 1,595
523600 Unfilled glass containers ................... 104,872 2,957,130 707590, Other electrical mchinery and

5271- 709200- apparatus.................................. 18,369 8,110
52900 Other glassware ................... ...............890 3,029 7028498
530300- CyI12,862 711100- Power-generating machinery, except
Cl products.................. ........... ,8 9900 electrical and automotive ........ .......... 28,897 53,241
4500- 720100- Construction and conveying
540998 727100 machinery ........................ ...........457 1,044
54105 750300- iig eladpmigmciey ..... 1 0
541900 Abrasives, artificial ....................... .......... ............. ..756900 Mining, well and pumping machinery 510 603
545105 s betsadmnfcue...............0 0 740005545998 748512 Metal-working machinery ........... .......... 5,597 12,618
547000- Asphalt and bitumen and man- 750000- Knitting machinery and parts ...... .......... 1,562 3,417
547100 ftureas ........................ .......... .......... ............. 750400
547201- Graphite and carbon or graphite 750500- Other textile sewing and shoe
548098 products ........................ .......... . 87 1,172 757500 machinery ........................ .......... 2,569 2,027
751.4000- Other industrial machinery ..................... 21,168 6,842
551500 Mica and manufactures .......... Lb. 2,214 3,542 2,687 775098
596001- 775200- Accounting and calculating
596008 Quartz crystals ............................. 52,984 11,975 776100 machines, and parts .............. ...........50 is
S49-00 778207- Other office appliances ............ .......... 475 430
54900 777900
571400- Other nonmetallic mineral 77790- Printing and bookbindin machinery .......... 514 177
5880200, products, except precious........... .......... 8,176 1,771,696 779500 Pitn n okidn ahnr 1 7
596010- 780000- Agricultural machinery and
596098 789998 implements ....................... .......... .,...41 355
599005 Diamonds, industrial . Carat .......... .407,959 133 790101- At les.................................. 146 1,3
599098 Other Precious, synthetic, and 795190
imitation stones, including 794705, Aircraft engine parts and
pearls ........................... ............. .... ............. 794798 accessories ...................... .......... 595 131
794505GROUP 6.--ETALS AND MANU- 794611, Other aircraft instruments,
FACTURES, EXCEPT MACHINERY 794801- parts, and accessories ..................... 85,636 56,156
AND VEHICLES .................. .......... 92,5821 1,121,412 794998
795000800100 Iron ore .......................... ................................. 795500,
600700- Pig iron and scrap ................ ................................. 795661- Watercraft and parts ........................ 190,400 101,237
601500 795695
601805- 795700- Other vehicles and parts, except
604200 Ingots, bars, plates, etc.... ................ 82 107 799500. military ................................... 244,094 486,724
604500- Other steel mill products, except 7q99993609900 castings and forging ...................... 2,688 2,282 799998
810000- Catn799601- Urdnance comDat venicies
610800 Castings and furgings. Lb. 194 27 194 799985 and Darts .................................. 69,108 391,738
611200-prt...,55
611900 Cutlery and parts........................... 7,981 1,535 GRU_______NE
611900- GROUP 8.-CEHICAL5 AND NE617898 Tools .............................. .......... 1,187 2,644 LATED PRODUCTS ......................... 212,376 2,519,263

617900- hardware .......................... ........... . 0106
618800 805901618900-SO90 Color, dyes, and stains ........ Lb. 897 ,6 1,020
619000 Sewing machine and other needles.V 1,157 4,037 776 950 o ls
61%100619100- Sprocket and other chains ...... Lb .......... ................... ..08,Other coal-tar products .....................24 22
619200 806150620520- 906998
620540 Metal drums and containers ........ ......... 2,255 24,129 811905 Fish oils and concentrates ..... Lb. 27,869 9,110 32,103
612100- 811998 Vitamins and vitasterols, n.e.s.Lh...........65 2
1 615280, .....
6120 Other iron and steel manufactures ................4,448 55,683 812000619510- 812300 Biologics ....................................227 62
62000, 812403- Druggists' nonproprietary
620905- 612798 preparations ............................... 11,988 -1,582
620998 814600622096 Ferrotungsten .................. Lb ........................ ........... 888 Proprietar medicinal preparations 2,802.q75
621505- 811100622095, Other fsrro-alloys...........b..... .............. 8 Other medicinal and pharmaceutical
622098 813508- preparations ................................ 6,840 856
6309e Aluminum and manufactures ......... ........... 792 1,135 814200
6401- Copper and manfactures ....................... 1,942 12,071 820000- Chemical specialties ......................... 20,648 121,424
644000- Brass and Bronze manufactures ................ 2,495 17,420 630200 Tartaric acid .................. Lb. 89,728 58,653 98,418
647996 830990 Arsenious oxide ................ Lb ....................................
650700- Lead and manufactures ............. ........... 79 go 830000651598 300
654501- 8357
654998 Nickel and manufactures ........... ........... 4,51 7,844 83030 Other acids and anyhdrides ..... Lb...................................

6565902- Tin and manufactures .................................. ................830992
666598 830998









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codeN R, Comdty description and unit Not, ty vaiw egt cd o omdt'dsrpinadui k AU
(Sched-of quftIty un. 11r Fud) (ce-fqatt ant (dlft wrs


GMUP b. --OIUICAL.S AM M- GDP94ICIMS
LAU P.JODJOT-CoftifledCotne
83650 lodins, erude and resublid .. Lb. 7,515 9,5 8,573 83000- 210
B,68-Other i eutal ceials ... ...... 17,5q6 440,0 09 92900 Isei1 us
8398 18 q~~~~~5030- Kiacellaneuou office mapplies .. ....h o1524"
W441QG Pigments, p-as, -dz ....... 35,821 409,657 940000850919 Sodiui nirt ........ b 1,8, 0 2-9,358 1,562,600 945000
8505W0- 9401Kselnu mltr qimn .... ,4 w
850906. Other nitrnoenoas erlizSer9401U*.awn tar

a510009510008510, Potassic fertiLizer mteriass* Lb ........ ..... ... .......... 9516C0 paplt ....... .~ ...
85!1619720
851510- 9523W.852000, Other fertilizer enkd fertilizer 9523"00,as itueadote rne
85400G- prodo s,,.... .....~....... ..... ...... ....... 95500- matte, ct e, mndlothr ...... ...... 0,7

800101- Explosives, fusa., and blasting 958998
86-900 capa.................... s........... 955001- Plans and specifications
61000- q56901 for airr ft.. .......... ...... 9
872900 Sop.............. b 23,166 2,787 26,55 957000- Cakwths at .... ..... 3632
a7SO Detifrices ....... ...Lb. 758 8831,0 961000 Art wrs.........I.... ..... 3,0 'S
874000- Other soap and toilet 962000877000 p r e p a r a ti on.......... ,...... 3,293 14,2D5 9850 Jwly............... .....07052
0ROUP 9.NSEIAU IA T...... ....... 622,446 5D6,859 990000 Household and pesal effects... .... l'z 1,m
-_____ 999810- All comodties exprtedl for
9000-Ptosraphic and projection goods----------------18,982 12,89 999890 relief orchrt.............. 3
91400 9901 Genr mecads auda
940-Scientific and professional 0or ess..... ...... .....67 LW
950,inatrumentz, apparatus, and 999950 Niscellamnous military and naval.
9160119105 supplies, except military-----------------------2,73257 equipment, uwnrifaiLed...........
919050 Military equipment apparatus 970 1 hratga,~~,,,,
9590096 and parts, not containing Alohratcenea.......... 2,8 B
optical ele-ets ................. ...........270,155 10S555 999











































































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