United States exports of domestic and foreign merchandise (including exports under the lend-lease program)

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Cumudity SComodity s
code No. Commodity description and unit Net Value Shipping Commodity description and unit Net Value
(Sched- of quantity quantity (dollars) (weigh (Sched- of quantity quantity (dollars) (it
ule R) ule B) und)

GROUP 8.-CHICAIS AND GROUP 9.-MISCELLANEOUS-Cont.
RELATED PRODUCTS-Continued
UEPLOSIVES, FUSES, IC.-Continued PHOTOGRAPHIC AND PROJECTION
GOODS-Continued
Rslosives-Continued
Other explosivee-Continued Froosed motion-picture films-Cont
860905 Lead aside................. Lb. .......... .......... ............. Negative-Continued
860907 Nitroglycerin..............lb. .......... .......... ............. 912150 Features, 16 me. (1600
860908 Nitrostarch ..........Lb................. Lb. .......... .................... linear feet or over)..Lin.ft. 18,250 415 44
860909 Nitromannite.............. Lb ......... .......... ............. 9121351 Features, 16 m. (1600
860953 Tetryl ..................... Lb ........... ......................... linear feet or over)
860955 Tr nitrotoluene (TNT) ...... Lb .......... ....................... quantity only in number of
860944 Pentolite.................. Lb. .......... ................... ..... complete features.........No. 8 .......... ............
860998 Other explosives ...........Lb. 218,955 31,516 255,643 912140 Short subjects, 35 am.
Fuses and blasting capes (less than 4000 linear
862500 Safety fuses.............Lin.ft., 2,670,100 28,348 48,482 feet)................Lin.ft. 105,937 7,281 705
862900 Blasting caps............... ,No. 4,409,165 85,710 91,515 912141 Short subjects, 35 m.
(lese than 4000 linear
SOAP AND TOILET PREPARATIONS feet) quantity only, in number of reels or rolls.....No, 174 .......................
Soap: 912160 Short subjects, 16 mm.
871000 Medicated....................Lb. 53,104 18,155 64,229 (less than 1600 linear
871200 To'et or fancy............. Lb. 4,672,597 800,344 5,253,968 feet) .................Lin.ft. 187,256 8,027 1,344
871500 Laundry ..................... lb. l,"'O,094 148,014 1,948,974 912161 Short subjects, 16 me.
871600 Powdered or flaked...........Lb. 625,929 88,824 727,165 (less than 1600 linear
871800 Shaving creams............... Lb. 57,386 51,960 76,511 feet) quantity only, in
871900 Shaving cakes, powders, and number................... No. 728 .......................
sticks......................b. 14,871 17,639 23,487 912170 Newsreels.............. Lin.ft. 16,808 965 117
872400 Scouring bricks, pastes, 912111 Newsreels, quantity only...No. 30 .......................
powders, soaps, and house- 912180 Trailers, inserts, and
hold washing powders........Lb. 402,624 38,809 478,274 replacements.......... Ln.ft. 23,755 1,096 186
872900 Otner soaps..................Lb. 105,207 13,611 124,854 912181 Trailers, inserts, and
875400 Dental creams.................. Lb. 130,526 124,598 193,220 replacements, quantity
873500 Other dentifrices.............. Lb. 6,743 6,592 10,275 only......................No. 82 .......... .............
Toilet powders: 912190 Negative 8 mm. film....Lin.ft. .................... .............
874000 Talcum powder, in packages...... .......... 3.3,825 94,743 912191 Negative 6 m. film,
87420n Face and compact powder................... 75,800 95,978 quantity only.............No .......... ......................
Cream, rouges and other 912200 Sound track...........Lin.ft, 407,016 6,525 5,486
cosmetics: 912201 Sound track, quantity
875000 Cold creams................. .Lb. 40,30B 35,711 97,012 only......................No. 285 .......... .............
875100 Vanishing creams............. lb, 32,707 17,195 50,388 Positive:
875200 Other creams, lotions and 912320 Features, 55 m. (4000
balms.................................... 74,878 186,128 linear feet or
875500 P.Rouges.................................... .398, 02 17,602 over)................. in.ft. 13,778,875 52,035 85,501
875600 IAp sticks................................ 132,156 396,12 912321 F-tures, 35 me. (4000
875700 Other cosmetics................. .............. 27,14 25,488 linear feet or over)
875900 Manicuring preparations..................... 46,095 58,110 quantity only............ No. 1,648 .......... .............
876200 Depilatories and deodorants...... ......... 32,210 26,661 912730 Features, 16 m. (1600
876500 Hair preparations ................ .......... 254,375 989,451 linear feet or
876600 Perfumery and toilet waters....... .......... 207,891 84,797 over) ................Lin.ft. 767,172 17,410 3,091
677000 Other toilet preparations ......... ........... 2114 57,818 912331 Features, 16 mm. (1600
..linear feet or over)
OROUP 9.-ISCELIAEOUS ................. 43,692,317 65,359,066 quantity only.............No. 266 .......................
912340 Sho-t subjects, 35 mr.
PHOTOGRAPHIC AND PROJECTION GOODS (less than 4000 lin,
feet).................11n.ft. 1,590,324 37,233 11,566
Cameras: 912341 Short subjects, 55 mm.
Motion-picture-- (less than 4000 linear
900050 Standard gauge (65 m.).... No. 9 52,510 2,098 feet, quantity only) ..... No. 2,054 ......................
900150 Substandard gauge (16 m.).No. 8 1,833 151 912360 Short subjects, 16 me.
900150 Substandard gauge (6 mm..,No. .......... .......... ............. (less than 1600 linear
Except moti on-pieture: feet) .................Lin.ft. 1,235,482 50,284 7,021
900231 Aerial cameras, aircraft 912361 Short subjects, 16 ram.
instruments .............. No 125 60,092 lu,926 (less than 1600 linear
900236 Aerial cameras, n.e.e.....No 1 500 31 feet) quantity only.......No. 3,228 ......... ............
900235 Gun cameras................No 2 3,088 122 912370 Newreels .............. Lin.ft. 699,911 15,552 4,650
9002,8 Studio, photo-engraving, 91257) 'ewsreels, uantity
coin-operated, and only.....................No. 1,016 .......... .............
similar types of cameras 912380 Trailers, inserts, and
for professional, scientific, replacements..........Lin.ft, 395,854 12,378 4,223
or commercial use......... No, 19 6,072 3,640 912381 Trailers, inserts, and
900300 Box type (set focus).......No. 200 900 150 replacements, quantity
900500 Other...................... No. 168 4,512 751 only .................... No. 1,581 ....... .............
900600 Parts of cameras, except lenses... .......... 10,559 2,21A 912390 Positive 8 am. films....Lin,.ft. 26,619 400 31
Motion-picture projectors: 912391 positive 8 mm. film,
900700 Standard gauge (35 me.)......No. 87 39,915 17,359 quantity only.............No. 162 .......... ............
Substandard gauge (16 m.): 912400 Sound track............Lin.ft. 70,251 1,254 414
900850 Silent.....................No. 3 450 218 912401 Sound track, quantity
900840 Snund..................... No. 512 113,660 49,856 only ...................... No. 48 .......................
900650 Substandard gauge (8 mm.), Other sensitized films, unexposed:
silent.....................No. 13 597 561 912500 Cartridge or rolls...........No. 305,140 167,778 71,325
900900 Except motion picture....... No 393 5,759 3,455 P-cks of sheets:
Motion-picture sound equipment: 912610 X-ray, number of sheets ...o. 790,139 151,157 127,503
901000 Recording............................... .. ?2,71 12,490 912690 Other, number of sheets....No. 376,153 62,146 25,015
901100 Reproducing............................... 71,023 43,619 912700 Dry plates................ Doz. 18,809 16,03 64,294
902000 Arc lamps, motion picture 912900 photographic paper.........Lb. 289,599 309,822 661,734
projection.................... o 61 7,521 9,162 914000 Photographic apparatus and
902200 Motion-picture screens...................... 5,475 9,215 supplies, n.e.s.............. .......... 188,382 212,251
902900 Parts and equipment for projectio
and studio apparatus....................... 50,259 26,181 SCIENTIFIC AND PROFESSIONAL INMotion-picture films, unexposed: STRIWENTS, APPARATUS, AND SUPPLIES
Sensitized, 55 mm
911710 Positive film..........Lin.ft, 3,590,742 28,804 25,896 Optical goods:
911720 Negative film .......... Ln. ft. 1,942,635 62,351 15,037 914200 Ophthalmic lenses, except
Sensitized, 16 m: blanks.................... Pair 105,955 51,570 15,127
911750 Positive film..........Lin.ft. 293,670 1,93O 911 914350 Sun or glare glasses and
911740 Negative film..........Lin.ft 1,199,922 13,375 4,531 sun goggles.............................. 128,954 46,880
Sensitized, 8 sm: 914390 Spectacles, eyeglasses,
911750 Positive film..........Lin.ft 2,600 159 27 goggles, lenses, n.e.sa.,
911760 Negative film.......... lin.ft. 34,565 1,400 356 and fraes ..................... .......... 406,249 56,405
Exposed motion-picture films: 914700 Optical lenses, not fitted to
Negatives instruments.................No. 1,997 15,605 1,119
912120 Features, 25 m. (4000 914930 Binoculars...................No. 355 17,755 2,122
linear feet or over).,Lin.ft. 661,649 52,608 4,984 914950 Microscopes and accessories..... ..... .. 30,796 10,638
912121 Features, 5 me. (4000 914998 Optical goods, n.e.a ........... .......... 42,104 19,225
linear feet or over, 915000 Dental instruments.......................... 67,721 15,100
-uantity only in 915200 Teeth ..........................No. 2,982,163 266,190 8,618
number of complete 915300 Precious metals for dentistry,
features.................No ...................... except silver alloys and amalam .......... 101,692 512







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Coamre ty Commedity M
code M.. Commodity description and unit Net Value code No. Comnedoity description and unit Net value
(-d- of quantity quantity dollare ) eht (Sched of quantity quantity (dollars) wei


GROUJ 9.--YISC"LLA %"--Cont. GROUP 9.-UISCELWROnS-Cont
SCIENTFIC I PkOFESYAL SCIENTIFIC AND PROFESSiONAL
INSTRSEENTS, APPARATUJS, INSTRUMENTS, APPARATUS,
At S"PiES---Gontinued AND S.PPLIES--Continued

915650 Dental office equiomert ........... .......... 20A,950 197,406 Military eqlpment, apparatus and
918590 Dentes expplies, ne.s ........... .......... 359,143 560,99 parts, not containing optical
9i600 Sterilizers .................... No. 1,353 172,548 196,708 elements (fire-control instra915700 Surgical and medical mants included)-Continued
instruments ................... .......... 795,1g 265,345 919085 Self-synchronous trensamtter Anc
915800 Surgical appliances ............... .......... 253,564 96,187 indicators, such as aelayna and
Military equipment, apparatus> synchro units and switchboards
and parts, containing optical therefor, except aircraft...... .......... 64,556 4,958
elements (Fire-control instru- 919087 Sound and flash ranging
ments included): apparatus ...................-.. ......... 1,500 716
directors and partsl 919069 Sound locators for aircraft, and
915901 M 5 37 MM en ..........., No. 2 396,220 74,050 binaural trainers, therefor,
91!903 M 5 U.S.; M 6, BR for around use ................. ......... ........ .............
40 MU gun................. No .......... .......... ****....**** 919092 Cas masks except t oxygen masks
915905 M 7 90 MM gun.,...........No **********.. used in high-maltitude flyints
91590? V 3A4 3.7 inch gun .......No ********.. **...****......* oxygen tents, and gas and oxy915908 Directors, n.e.a ........... No. .......... .......... ........*... .en administering equipment.No .......... ........,, ............
915909 knrts and accessories for 919093 Subnarine listening devices..... .......... 2b,300 21,976
directors .................... .......... 45,344 17,265 919094 Tachometers, except aircraftNo. elO 21,864 S,S61
Finders, height and range, 919095 Aircraft pilot trainers, for
and parts: ground instruction of pilots,
915921 Infantry range finders.....No .......... .......... ...... student pilots, and combat
915923 Artillery range finders....No ........... ..**..*............. creAs in instrument flying
915925 Height finders, navigation, bombing, or
stereoscopic ..............o 5 44,93S 5,400 gunnery ..................... o .......... .......... .............
915927 eight finders, 919096 Parts of aircraft pilot trainers .......... 723,741 16,1
coincidence ...............No .****.**** *****. ..*......... 919098 Other scientific, laboratory,
915928 Height and range finders, and profeweional instrwments,
e.e.s.. ..... .......... No ..******** ******.***.. *........ apparatus, and parts, n.e.s ...... .......... 1,150,078 1,0797,118
9is929 knets and accessories for
height and rangers ........... .......... S00 100 VLSTCAL TNMTRIAIPNTS
Sights, except bomb-sights:
915941 Aircraft gun-sights ........ No. 50 357,500 17,150 Pianos:
915943 Tank-sights ................ No .......... .......... ............. 921100 Ne .......................... No. 46 16,156 24,180
915945 Gun sights, rifle and 921200 Used or rebuilt ..... ...... No. 2 S,291 16,5?
machine ttelescopic sights 913000 Pipe organs .................... No. 2 2,500 18,100
included) ................. No. 18 1,48 '0 923200 Other organs ..... .....NO. 107 325
915947 Artillery sights........... No. 14 23,947 2,320 Phorographs and parts:
91948 Sights, n.e.s .............. No. 15 30,000 2,270 923500 Coin-operated ............... .No. 103 8,660 40,066
Telescopes and perscopess 923600 Other ........................ No. 20 708 892
9159LI Telescopes, flank 925900 Phonograph parts ................ .......... 49,431 28,008
apotting......... ..........No .... ............ 924200 Phonograph records, except
915953 Telescopes 5.C. BatterY motion-picture sound records
Commano................... No. .......... ..... ........... and dictaphone records ........... .......... 114s05 173,105
91595b Periscopes .................No. 1,689 165,988 29,365 oand instruments:
915958 Telescopes, n.e.s .......... No. 769 126,826 26,668 924500 Percession ................... ..........., I,649 961
915959 rarts and accessories for 924700 Brass*wind instruments....... No. 15 428 145
sights, telescopes, and 924800 Wood wind instruments........No. 732 1,204 $99
periscopes................... ..... 143929 36415 929300 Strina instruments............. No. 691 5,I81 5,216
915961 Fire-control equipment sets..No. 59 25,30 1,534 929500 Other msicAl instruments ......... .......... 5,557 SS19
915968 Fire-control equipment, n.e.e... .......... 1,585 1,096 929700 Musical instrument parts and
915971 Aiming circles ............... No. 977 9,2b2 41 accessories, r.e.s............... .......... 40,942 23,212
915979 Other military equipment
containing precision optical KISCELLAN 00S OFFICE StPPLIES
systems ....................... .......... 6,861 327
Surveying and engineering Mechanical pencils:
inst-aents, equipment and parts, 930100 Of Ilastic materials ......... *0s. 4,160 52,461 2,116
n.e.o.s 930200 Of other materials .......... Doz. 131 761 216
916011 Transits..................... No. 110 27,106 Sll Pencils, except mechanic l:
916013 LeWels ....................... No. 882 10,330 2,852 930410 Of black lead .............. Gross 57,869 135,216 144,630
916015 Compasses.................... No. 187 966 256 9sce 20 Other ......................Gross 16,614 61,684 49,809
916017 Plane tables ............. %...No. 6 544 315 950530 Percil leads ................. Gross 64,757 $2,696 60,016
916019 Map reproduction equipment ...... .......... 806 195 930550 Pencil parts ..................... .......... 20,68? A,82)
916021 Drawing equipment and parts..... .......... 85,323 2e,760 9530600 Crayons ...................... erose S4.095 s3,504 10,201
916029 Other surveying and engineering Fountain and stylographic pens:
instruments, equipment and 960900 Of plastic materials ........ Doz. 10,6S5 228,756 7,780
parts, n.e.s ................... .......... 42,656 40,210 951000 Of other materials .......... Doz. 506 4,738 440
919005 Radio ground equipment used 931200 Parts, except pen points ....... .......... 34,5sO 2,293
for the direction and 961600 metallic pen points .......... Gross SI,70 40,248 10,415
navigation of aircraft t.......... ........ 2,621,839 978,0?6 931900 Other penholders and parts ....,,.. .......... 6,106 6,544
Military equipment, apparatus and 962100 Writing ink ................ .......... 53,19 214,425
parts, not containing optical 932200 Printing and lithographic ink..Lb. 661,517 164,485 759,431
elements (fire-control instru- 932900 Other ink ........................ .......... 22,784 50,659
ments included): 939100 Parte and mucilage ............. Lb 47,149 9,612 70,567
919050 Azimuth instruments, except 959200 Carbon paver ................... b. 99,988 105,506 134,627
aircraft .................... No. 2?3 10,722 1,526 93500 Typewriter ribbons ............ Dos 11,154 36,477 19,236
99153 Drift meters, except 939900 Other offic* supplies. ............ .......... 169,666 257,657
aircraft ....................No. .......... ....... .............
919065 Lead computors ................No ........** *.............. TOTS, AT4LETIC AND SPORTrING OODS
919057 Other navigational instruments,
except marine chronometers and Toys (dolls and children's heel
aircraft navigational Instru- goods, included):
ments ....................... No. 543 93,648 110,694 94000 Dolls And parts ................. .......... 46,966 46,225
919059 Range finder trainers ........ No. 31 28,200 4,B84 940600 Children's wheel goods And parts .......... 1,ll$ 5,551
919061 Con-rcl apparatus for position- 940800 Mechanical toys And ports ....... .......... 1,43 8 2,0
in, gUne ...................... .......... 92,350 10s649 Toys, n.e.s.:
919063 Fuse setters................. No. ...... ......... ............. 940900 Metal ........................ .......... 3,062 5,979
919065 Gyroscopic stabilizing instru- 941000 Wood .......................... .......... 14,701 30sl57
ments, except aircraft ..... No .......... .... ............. 941800 Toys, and parts, n.e.s ........ ....... 15,039 504,789
919067 Gunners and range quadrants..No. 3IB 2S,541 2,320 Athletic and sporting goods:
919069 Magnetic and gyroscopic 942000 Fishing rods ................. No. 37 754 88
compasses, except aircraft.,No. 950 46,954 25,066 942100 Fishing reels ................ No. 20 596 55
913071 Plotting boards.............. No. 20 443 l34 9422)0 Other fishing tackle and parts,
919075 All apparatus, or parts, for except for commercial fishing.. .......... 4-,,3 44,162
detecting, sighting, or 945300 Golf balls .................. Doz 1,62 14,245 2,314
determining position of a 94S400 Foot, basket, base, tennis,
surface, sub-surface, or and other balls, except balls
aerial target..... ............. 865,(V 41,'o3 wholly of rubber ............... .......... 29,676 196,62
france e rr- oard.......o ..... Other athletic and sporting
9190 2 Pange keepers or other goods, except shoes, firearms,
ballistic computing and amunitions
mechAnim. .................... ... . ...*... ............ 946600 Golf clubs ................. No. 48 689 104











ITITED STATES EXPORTS OF DOE3TIC MERCHANDISE-JUNE 1945-Continued


Commodity Shi g Comodlty
code No. Cmmodity description and unit Net Value code No. Commodity description and unit Net Value Shipping
codeNo. C~oltydescipton nd nit et alu weghtweight (chled- of quantity quantity (dollars) eight (ched- of quantity quantity (dollar) (pounds)
uls pounds) ae P)


GROUP 9.-iMISCELLANEOUS-Cont. GROUP 9.-MISCELIANEOS-Cont.
TOYS, ATHLETIC AND SPORTING FIREARMS, AMMUNITION AND
GOODS-Continued PYROTECWICS-Continued

Athletic and sporting goods-Cunt. Firearms and ordnance, except
Other athletic and sporting fire-control eoaipment-Continued
goods, except shoes, firearms, Infantry support weapons and
and ammunition-ontinued perts-Continued
944000 Ice skates................ Pair .......... ........................ 947749 75-M Antitank
944100 Roller skates............Pair .......... ................0 ....... .. equipment guns............No.................... .............
944500 Billiard tables and 947750 5-inch Antitank equipment guns;
accessories................. .......... 49,552 119,591 except self-propelled.....No ................................
944900 Other................................... 42,642 54,52- 947752 3-inch Antitank equipment
945000 Amusement park and playground guns, self-propelled ...... No .................. .............
devices and parts.............. .......... I1,455 6A,970 947754 Infantry support weapons,
n.e.s.--Guns............. .No. .......... ......... .............
ISCELIANE7 S MILITARY EQUJPMEN'T 97759 Parts and accessories for
infantry suocrort weapons
?ridges and bridge building (carriage ncluded)..................... 17,2286 16,415
equipment, and parts, engineers: Field Artillery and parts.
946001 Cable bridges................No. .................................... 947601 75-!04 guns, except self946003 Foot bridges...............No. ...................................... .ropelled................. No. .................... ............
946005 Portable ferries.............No .................... ............. 947602 71-MM guns, self-propelled.No. ..............................
946007 Pontoon bridges..............No. 4 144,S38 656,504 9-'803 lb-pounder guns...........No........... .....................
946009 Bridges, n.e.s...............No. 23 55?,91 ,h60,554 947505 25-pounder guns............No.... ...........................
946029 Parts and accessories for bridge 9479807 4.5-inch guns..............No, ...............................
building ................................. 720 282 947811 .?-inch guns.............. No ..................................
946051 Kitchen mess and field baking 9/7813 t-inch guns................No............. ........ ............
equipment.................................. 701 5,129 94715 155 VM guns, new and
946071 -ilitary ecnipage, n.e.s.................... 16,411 272,674 modernized................No. 25 42",020 250,000
9 7817 u-inch guns................ No .......... .....................
T1EARMS, A'U'I1ITION AND 947821 75-WI Howitzers, field end
PYROT5CNICS pack, except selfpropelled.................No .................... ............
Firearms and ordnance, except 947622 75-WV Howitzers, selffire-control equipment: propelled................. NO, .............................
Revolvers and pistols: 9478253 105-M Howitzers, except
947004 .22-caliber...............No................................. self-propelled............No ...........................
947005 .32-caliber................No .............. .......... ......... 947824 105-W Howitzers, self947006 .38-caliber ................ No. 600 14,593 2,628 propelled................ No ................... .... .........
947007 .45-caliber................ tIo. ........... .......... ............. 9 7825 4.5S-inch Hooitzers ......... No .................................
947006 Revolvers and pistolsn.e.s.No. 3 6? 9 947627 5.5-inch Howitzers ......... o. ......... .......................
947009 Parts and accessories for 94"s851 6-inch Howitazers ...........No. ................................
revolvers and pistols........ .......... 762 2538 94786 155-MM Howitzers, new and
947100 Small arms equipment ...................... 10,652 12,619 modernized ...............No .......... .......... .............
947221 Rifles, .22-caliber ..........No. 316 3,508 2,290 947835 ".2-inch ".itNers .No. .................... .............
947222 Rifles, .30 caliber carbine- 947837 t-inch Howitzers...........No ................... .............
N 1 ......................... No. 102 4,488 910 9d7841 247-Mi4 Howitzers..........No................... .............
947229 Rifles, .30-caliber M 1, Garand 97845 9.2-inch Howitzers .. ...................No ... .............
and Johnson .................No .......... .......... ............. 94b4' Fcld artillery, n.e.s.....No .......... ...... ................
947224 Rifles, .50-caliber M-1903, 947649 tarts and accessories for
6pringfield and '-1917, field artillery carriere,
Enfield..................... No. 25 949 250 adaptors, lim ers and
947225 Rifles, .130-caliber, caissons included ........... ...... ,290,161 3,039,548
Lee Enfield .................No. ...... ........ ......... ...oast and railway artillery,
9473227 Antitank rifles, and parts:
.55 caliber boys............No. .......... .......... ............. 94785] Secoast guns 6-, 8-, 9.2-,
947228 Rifles, n.e.s................No. 4 137 35 12-, 1,- and 16- inch.....o. ........... ... .................
947259 Parts and accessories for rifles .......... 904 494 947853 Rail.ay guns 8-, 9.2-, 12-,
947300 Sh auns.....................No 247 4,608 2,946 and 14- inch..............No ..................................
Automatic arms and parts: 947655 12-inch howitzers .......... No... ...........
947701 wachlne guns, .30 caliber, 94 7867 12-inch mortars............No. .............................
ai rcraft................. No 2 250 90 917858 16-inch Howitzers..........No ........... ............
947703 Machine guns, .503-caliber, 94859 Parts and accessories for
areraft ................No..................................... coast end railay artillery............ .......... .............
9A7705 machine guns, .0S-caliber, Anti-pircraft artillery, and
aircraft..................No. 118 50,866 11,710 sports, except naval artillery:
947707 machine guns, .20-caliber, 9478FI .57 WM MI2 guns, wheeled.No ................................
ground and tank...........No. .......... .......... ............. 947062 .O-caliber machine guns...No ................................
947711 Aachine guns, .606-caliber, 97865 40-.W guns.................No ................................
ground and tank...........No.. ................................ 947864 .50-caliber machine guns...No ........... ........ .............
947715 Machine guns, .50-caliber, 947865 --inch guns................No. .......... .......................
groursd and terk........... No. 1,000 255,300 101,000 947867 90-=. gumns................. o... ............................
947715 Machine guns, .5-inch 507871 3.7-inch guns..............No. ................................
caliber, navy.............No. 66 52,800 6,294 947673 4.7-inch guns.............No. ........... ........... .............
947717 Sub-machine guns, .45 caliber, 947675 105-a' guns................No ....................... .........
Thompson .................. No. .......... .......... ......... 9'877 Anti-a rcraft artillery,
947721 Sub-machine guns, n.e.s ................... No............ .......................
9-M caliber..............No. ................... ............. 947879 Parts and accessories for Anti947723 Automatic rifles, .30 caliber, aircraft artillery barrelss
M-1918 and M-1918 A 2, and carriages included)................ 95,054 )40,505
Erowning.................. No. .................................. Anti-aircraft armament and
947725 Automatic arms, n.e.s No........NO ................. ............. parts, except machine guns
947729 Parts and accessories for and arti-eircraft artillery:
automatic arms (mounts, bar- 947901 20-1& Hispano Suiza M-1
rels, and adaptors included). .......... 191,885 97,197 aircraft guns.............No. 1 785 150
Infantry support weapons, And 947903 37-9/ k 4 Aircraft guns., No .................... .......
pa-ts: 947905 Aircraft armpment, n.e.s... No. ..................... ............
947731 2-inch mortars.............No. .......... .......... ............. 947909 Parts and accessories for
94773 60-MM mortars .............No............... NO ..... ... ..... ............. nircraeft armament (mounts
947735 3-inch mortars.............No. .......... ........................ and barrels included).................. 521,805 106,926
947737 91-MM mortars, except Tank armament, and parts,
self-propelled............o. ....... ....... ... except machine guns:
9477368 81-M mortars, 947911 17-M tank guns............No .............................
self-propelled............ No ..................... ............. 947913 2-Pounder, 40-@ tank guns.No........... .... .............
947741 17-MM Antitank equipment guns, 9?7915 6-Pounder, 5'-Hl tank gons.No .................... .............
except self-propelled.....No. 12 21,442 1b,600 907917 75-WV Tank guns............ No. ..................................
947742 .37-YN Antitank equipment guns, 947921 6-inch tank guns...........No ......... ........... ............
self-propelled............No. .......... .......... ............. 94 7925 Tenk anrmament, n..s...... .......... .......... ...........
9477435 -Pounder, 40-Y, Artitank 941929 Parts And accessories for tank
equipment guns............No. 12 33,600 12,0O8 rmament (mounts included)............. 226,703 24,d51
947745 t-Pounder, 57-NM, Antitank Naval artillery and parts:
equipment guns, except self- 947951 20-M Uerlikan guns,
propelled.................No. ................... ............. anti-aircraft............. No. 100 246,7t4 92,700
947748 6-Pounder, 57-MM, Antitank 947933 40-MM before guns, antiequipment guns, self- aircraft, twin and quadruple
propelled................. No. .......... ........... ........... mounts....................No. ......... .... ...... .............










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19'ITED STATES EXPORTS OF DOMESTIC ERCHANDISE-JUNE 194&-Continued


Commodity S i onmodi ty
code No. Commdity description and unit Net Value shipping code No. Commodity dpeription and unit Net Value Shipping
(SChed- of qpantity quantity (dollars) weisth (ched- of quantity quantity (dollars) 'eih


"ROUP 9,-!'=CELLANE0'S--Gont. GROUP 9.-MISCELIANE016--Gont.
FIREAPMS, AlR'FITIOF ANY FIREARMS, AMITION AND
P"OTECIMICS-4ntinu ed PYROTECH0ICS-Continued

Firearms and ordnance, except Firearms and ordnance, except
fire-control equismsent-- ntinued fire-control equipment-Gontinued
Naval artillery and A@munition for infantry support
p -rte-Continued weapons mnd tank guns, under
947955 1.1 ineh 1run, Anti- 75-I--Contimed
aircraft .................. No ...... .......... .......... 3?-MM tank and antitank
947937 3-inch 50-caliber guns, gun--Contirmed
anti-aircraft ............. No .......... .......... ............. 948221 Armor-piercing shots ..... No. .......... .......... .............
97 941 5-inch 25-caliber guns, 948225 High explosive shells....No. .......... .......... .............
anti-aircraft ............. NO .......... .......... ............ 948224 Canister shells.......... No .......... .......... .............
947945 5-inch 58-caliber gus, anti- 2-Pounder, 40-IN tank and
aircraft (twin mount, single antitank gun:
base-ring, and single 948225 Ormor-piercing shells .... No .......... .......... .............
pedestal included) ........No. .......... .......... ............. 948227 Armor-piercing shot ...... No .......... .......... .............
947945 2-Pounder 40-MM guns .......NO. .......... .......... ............. 948251 High exploslve shells....No. .......... .......... .............
947947 &-Pounder guns ............. No. ......... .......... ............ 6-Pounder, 57-M tank and
947951 12-Pounder guns ...........NO. .......... .......... ............. antitank guns
947955 5-inch 23-.aliver gms.....o. i 86,625 80,675 9235 Armor-piercing shot ...... No .......... .......... .............
947955 4-inch British type guna...No. 946255 High explosive shells .... No. 200 5,00 2,150
94"957 4-Inch 50-caliber gum.....No. .......... ......... ........... 948237 Amunition for infantry
94961 4.7 inch guns.............. No ........... .......... ............. support weapons and tank
947935 5-inch 51-caliber guns ..... No. ........ guns, n.e.a...............No. .......... .......... .............
9479W 5-inch 54-caliber guns .....No..... 948259 Components for infantry
94796?7 Y-Guns ..................... No. ............. support weapon and tank
947971 Naval es,no n.e.s. (6-Inch gun ammunition .............. .......... 66 96
47-caliber, 8-inch 5S-callbers Ammunition for field, seacoast,
12-inch 50 caliber, 16-inch and railway artillery .75-VM
45-caliber, and 16-inch and over:
50-caller included) ...... No. .......... .......... ............ 75-MM gun:
947979 P-rts and accessories for 946501 Armor-piereing shot ...... No. .......... .......... .............
naval guns (mounts include).. .......... 206,074 110,308 948502 Semi-armor-piercing
Ammunition for small arms, shells .................. NO. .......... .......... .............
.60-caliber and under: 948503 High explosive shells .... No, 9,000 115,469 285,500
.22-callber: 948305 Chemical shells .......... No. .......... .......... .............
948101 Balls .................. Round 3,504,250 33,928 29,459 948307 Shrapnel ................. No. .......... .......... .............
948103 Tracers ................ Round .......... .......... ............. 18-Pounder gun:
9-M.r 948311 Armor-piercing shot......No. .......... .......... .............
946105 Balls..................Round ............. 946315 Sem-armor piercing shot.No. .......... .......... .............
948107 Tracers ................ Round .......... .......... ............. 948515 High explosive shells .... No. .......... .......... .............
.30-calibers 948517 Chemical ahells.......... No .......... .......... .............
9W8111 Balls .................. aound 31,200 931 1,118 948321 Shrapnel................, No .......... .......... ............*
948115 Tracers ................ Round .......... .......... ............. 25-Pounder guns
948115 Armor piercing 948323 Armor-piercing shot......No. .......... .......... .............
cartridges ............ Pound ...I...... ..... ............. 948S25 High explosive shella....No. .......... .......... .............
948117 Grenade cartridges ..... Round .......... .......... .......... 3-inch tank and antitank guns
948119 Carbine cartridges ..... Round 20,160 90 1 064 948527 Armor-piereing shot ...... No .......... .......... .............
94?121 Incendiary cartridges..Round .. 948329 Chemical shells..........No. .......... .......... .......
.5"-calibers 948531 High explosive shells .... No. 755 13,530 60s240
948123 Salla .................. ound .......... .......... ....... 10S-W guns
940125 Tracers ................ Round .......... ......... ........... 948533 High explosive shells....No. .......... .......... .............
94,127 Armor-piercing 4.5-inch gun:
catridges............ Round .......... ...,,... ............. 940355 High explosive shells....No. .......... .......... .............
948128 Incendiary .atridges .Round .......... .......... ........,,. 4.7-inch gun:
948130 Bals, .32-caliber ....... Round 141,700 1,902 3,155 948357 High explosive shells ..... .......... .......... .............
948132 Ralla, .38-ealiber ....... Pound 5t 348 1,11 2,015 6-inch gn:
948136 Falls, .45-caliber ....... Round .. 948341 Armor-piereing shot ...... No. .......... .......... .............
948138 Magazine for .22, .32-, 948543 High explosive shells .... No. .......... .......... .............
.38-, and .4&- caliber 948545 Shrapnel...,.............NO. .......... .......... .............
ammunition ................ No. 24s 2 8 155--MM gun:
.455-caliber: 948547 Armor-piereing shot......No. .......... .......... .......***.*
948139 Balls .................. Round .......... ............ 948551 High explosive shells....No. 14,998 296,510 1,491,745
.50-caliber: 9491551 Chemical shells .......... NO. .......... .......... ........*....
948140 Balls .................. nrd 3,640,080 621,962 1,2a8,410 8-inch gun:
948141 Tracers ................ Round 1,296,679 208,852 496,994 94855 Armor-piercing shells .... No. .......... .......... .............
948143 Armor-piercing 948357 High explosive shells..,No. .......... .......... ............*
cartridges ............ Round 191,800 33,086 44,136 8- and 9*2 inch gun, railway
94b145 Explosive cartridges...kound ....... ...... ............. and seacoast:
94b147 Incendiary cartridges.. Round 6,972,716 1,148,551 2,559,502 94361 Armior-piercing shells....No. .......... .......... .............
.5-inch caliber, navy 12-, 14-s and 16-inch gun;
948151 Sells .................. Round ........ ......... ............ 948363 Armor-piercing shot ...... No. .......... .....**.** *****.**..***
948155 Tracers ................ Round .......... .......... ............. 948365 Armor-piercing shells ....No .......... .......... .............
948155 Armor-plercing 94866 High explosive shells .... No. .......... .......... ............*
cartridges ............ Round ..._..... ......... ............. 77-MY Howitzer:
.55-c.liber: 948367 High explosive shells .... No, 5,000 45,000 i5,000
948157 Armor-piercing 948368 Chemical shells .......... No. .......... .......... .............
cartridges........... Round .......... ......... ............. 948372 Shrapnel ................. No .......... .......... ............
7.92 W, 105-MM Howitzer:
948161 Balls .................. Round .... .......... ............. 948373 9 rmor-piercing shot ...... No .......... ......... . ..........
948162 Shotgun shells ............. No. 2,166,650 56,292 213,514 948374 High explosive shells....No, ........... .......... .. ......*
94616 Ammunition for small arms, 9483?5 Cheadeal shells.......... No. 1,008 19,574 59,976
n.e.a................... ound 214750 5,110 7,849 4.S-inch Howitter:
945165 Links and halts for small 948576 High explosive shells .... No .......... .......... .........
arms amunition ........... N. 48,100 6,39? 44,636 94 77 Ghemical shells .......... No .......... .... ..... *........ *
948169 Components for small arms 5.5-inch Howitzer:
ammunition ................... .......... 6,667 7,512 949A78 High explosive shells....No. .......... .......... ..........*
Aer-nition for infantry support 948381 Chemical shells .......... No .......... .......... .............
weapons and tank guns, under 6-inch Howitzer:
75-MMu 948382 Righ explosive shell*....No ........... .......... .............
2-inch mortars 948383 Cemidal shells .......... No .......... .............
948201 Mortar shells ............ No .......... .......... ............. 155-YY Howitzer:
948205 Chemical shells ..........No .......... .......... ............. 948384 High explosive shells....No. .......... .......... .............
60-Mk mortar: 948385 Chemical shells .......... No. .......... .......... .............
948205 Mortar shells ............ No .......... .. ...... ............. 7.2-inch Howitzer:
3-inch mortar: 948586 High explosive shells .... No .......... .......... ...*.........
948207 Mortar shells ............No. ,, ....,. .......... .... 948387 chemical shells .......... No .......... .......... ....... ..*.**
948211 Chemical shells.......... No .......... .......... ............. 240-KT Howitzers
81-MM mortar 948388 High explosive shells .... No .......... .......... ............
948213 Mortar shells ............ No. 5,000 29,850 78,000 a-, 9.2-, and 12-inch
948.15 Chemical shells ..........No. 1,000 9,640 60 000 Howitare
37--MV tank and antitank gun: 948391 High explosive shells.... No .......... .......... .............
948217 Armor-piercing shells .... No .......... .......... ............. 948392 FPeld- aeoast, and
948219 Semi-armor-piarcing railway artillery
shells ..................No. .......... .......... ............. ammunition, n.e.s ....... No. .......... .... ..... .. ...* ....









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UNITED STATES EXPORTS OF DOMESTIC MERCHANDISE-JUNE 194.5-Continued

Commodity Shipping Commodity Shipping
code No. Commodity description and unit Net Value we ght co Cmmodity description and unit Net Value. -eigh
(Sched- of quantity quantity (dollars) (pounds) (ched- of quantity quantity (dollar pounds)
ule B) ule B)

C"OUP 9.-NISCELIANEOUS-Cont, GROUP 9.-MISCELIANEOUS-=Cont,
FIREARMS, AWPWITION AND FIREARKSs AMMUNITION AND
PTROTCHNIC S-*Continued PYROTECHNICS--Continued

Firearms And ordnance, except Firearms and ordnance, except
fire-control equipment--Continued fire-control equipment-Continued
Amunition for field, seacoast, Naval annunition, except small
and railway artillery .75-W Arms ammunition-Continued
and over-Continued 6-inch 47-caliber, 8-inch
8-, 9.2-, and !-inch 55-caliber, 12-inch 50Howitzer-Continued caliber, 16-nch 45-cAliber,
94859 Components for field, And 16-inch 50-caliber gun:
seacoast, and railway 948673 Armor-plercing shells....No. ......... .......... ,..........
artillery ammunition ......, .......... 28,466 19,15k0 948675 Antiaircraft shells ...... No ........ ........ ............
Amrnitio for antiaircraft 948677 Naval gun amunition,
artillery, except machine guns: n.e.s ..................... No. 41,6931 1,046,589 3,241,218
37-MM guns 948679 Components for naval gun
948401 Armor-piercing shot....Round .......... ...... .I.......... ammunition ................... 4.......... 4,45011 285,935
948405 Pro--piereino shells..Roud .................. ............. Ammunition, n.e.s.: 1
948405 High explosive shells..Sound .......... ....... ......... 948701 Fuses for guns .....No. 253,449 2,755,264 969,540
40-M 1ofars gun: 948702 Primers for guns...........No, 43,856 20,666 21647
9484G7 Armor-piercing shot .... Round .......... .......... ............. 948704 Components for fuses and
94S411 High explosive shells..Round .......... .......... ............. primers ...................... .......... 1571 180
3-inch gun, Grenades, and parts:
9A8415 Amor-piercing shot ......No. .......... .......... ............. Hand grenade:
948415 High explosive shells .... o. ...,........... .... .... 948705 Fragmentation ............ No. ............... ........
948417 Shrapnel ................. No, .......... 948706 Demolition ............... No. .......... .
90-'7% gun. 948708 Antitank ................. No. 255,000 443 695 816,000
948421 Armor-ie rcin so......No ........ ............. 94R?09 Incendiary ............... No. 252 2,059 1,298
94B421 .................. No.._.oI 2,300 12 1,10 8
9A8422 Arnor-piereing shells .... No. .......... .......... ............. 948713 Rifle ......................No. 73,000 121,140 181,600
948425 High explosive shelly .... No ......... .......... ............. 948715 Machine gun...............,No. ......... ........;. .........
6.7-inch gun: 948719 Components for grenades....... ......... 1, 1 6
948425 High explosive shells .... No. .......... .......... ............. 948721 Antitank mines ............. No. .......... ......... .............
4.7-inch gont 948725 Components for antitank mines. ..
94842 High explosive shells.... No. ........... Aircraft bombs, and parts:
105-4I gun- 948725 20- end 25- ownd
948431 High explosive shells....No. .......... .......... ....... fragmentation ........... No ........ .. .............
9484,35 AntiAircraft artillery 948727 .60-pound fragmentation and
ammunition, n.e.s.........No, ,......... .......... ............. chemical ................ No. ..
948439 Components for antiaircraft 948751 40-pound fragmentation...No. .
Artillery Ammunition......... .......... .......... ............. 948762 100-pound chemicAl ....... No. .......... .......... ....
Aircraft gun ammunition, except 946734 100-pound general purpose
machine guns and fragmentation .......No. .......... ........
20*M- Hispano suiza guns 948755 250 and 300-pound general
9A9501 Balls .................. Round .......... .......... ............. purpose ................. No. .......... ..........
948503 Tracers ................ Found .......... .......... ............. 948737 500 and 600-pound general
948505 Armor-piercing shells,.Round .......... ........ ......... pupose ................. No. 5,343 400,6 2,908,919
948507 High explosive shells..kound .......... .......... ......... 948759 1000 to 1900 pound inclu948509 Inendiary............. Aound .......... .......... ............. sive, general purpose..o. ..
949511 Inert shells ........... Round .......... .......... ............. 948742 2000 to 3900-pound inclh37-MM aircraft guns sive, general purpose...No. ....... ... ....... .............
948513 Anor-piercing shells..Round .......... .......... ............. 948744 4000-pound and over,
948515 High explosive shells..Round .......... .......... ............. general purpose ........,. .......... ........ ..........
948517 Aircraft gun ammunition, Incendiary:
n.e.a ................... Round .......... .......... ............. 9487A8 4-pound ............... No. I ........ ..........
948519 Components for aircraft gun 948749 Other..................No. ....
*amunition................... .......... ............. 948752 525-pound depth bombs .... No. I.......... .................
Naval ammunition, except small 948755 650-pound depth bombs .... No ................................
arms ammunition 948754 250-pound semi-armor20-W Oerlikan guns piercing bombs .......... No .......... .......... .............
948601 Tracers ................ Round 110,160 71,820 227s360 948755 500-pound semi-armor
948605 High explosive shells..Round 96,480 67,432i 186,640 piercing bomos .......... No .......... .......... .............
948605 Antiaircraft shells.... Round 95,0CO 66,5281 172,960 948756 100G-pound aemi-armor2-Pounder 40-Wj guns piercing bombs .......... No. .......... .......... ...........
948607 High explosive shells..ound .......... .......... 948757 1600-pound armor-piercing
40-50 1atare guns bombs .................., No .......... .......... .............
948609 High explosive shells..^ound .......... .......... ............. 948758 Aircraft bombs, n.e.s .... No. .......... .......... .............
948611 Antiaircraft shells....Round 116,756 512,944 361,120 948759 Parts and accessories for
1.1-inch guns aircraft bombs ............ .......... 480,419 1,298,802
948613 Antiaircraft shells .... Round .......... .......... ............. 948763 Antlubmrine bombs ........ No. .......... .......... .............
S-Pounder guns 948765 submarine mines............ No. .......... .......... .............
948615 Common shells ............ No. .......... .......... ............ 948769 Submarine mine Darts and
12-Pounder guns equipment .................... .......... 89,486 70,167
948617 Common shells............No. .......... .......... ............. 948771 Torpedoes ..................No .......... .......... .............
$-inch 23-ealiber guns 948779 Parts and accessories for
948621 Antiaircraft shells......No. .......... .......... ............. torpedoed .....,............. .......... 122,411 185,841
94862.5 Common shells ............No. .......... .......... ............. 948781 Depth charges (Y-gun
948625 Illuminating shells ......No. .......... amunition) ............... No .......... .......... .............
948627 Shrapnel .................NO. .......... 948789 Components for depth charges.. .......... 2,835 346
3-inch 50-callber gun: 948791 Protelling charges for guns,
948631 Arwor-piercing shells .... No .......... .......... ............. 4.5-inch to 16-inch,
94863 1 Antiaircraft shells......No. ... ...... .... and ?5-pounder ............... .......... 192,3?6 1,285,535
948655 Common shells ............ No. o....... ... Protehnice:
948636 Illunatig ahell......No.0 62,62 949750 Comercial and display .......... .,........ 162 4
948657 Shrapnel................ No. 949793 Flame throwers ............... No. 1 2,285 1,310
4-inch critiph type guns 949795 Fleres, aircraft ............. No. 569 2,405 2,768
948641 Tlluminating shells ......No. .......... .......... ............. 949796 Flares, airport .............. No. 25 2'5 115
4-inch 50-caliber gunt 949798 Other .......................... .......... 103s258 61,149
948643 Common shells .............No. ......... ........
948645 Illuminating shells ......No. .. ......... Po0 MAPS, PTC-UIRES, AND
948647 Shrapnel ................. No ................................. OTRFR PRIFTED MATTE, N.E.S.
4.7-inch guns
948651 Illuminating shells......No. .......... .......... ............. Books and pnmphletes
5- inch 25-cliber guns 951000 Pound educational textbooks ..... .......... 215.605 355,176
948653 Armor*paercing shells .... No. .......... ...... ............. 951200 uther boumd books ............... ......... 585,047 1,060,537
948655 Antiaircraft shells ......No. .......... .......... ............ 951400 Unbound books in sheets......... e........ 25,819 58,559
94865? I lluminating shells ...... No .......... .......... ............. 951600 CatAlog, end Pamphlets .......... ......., 79,101 169,921
5-inch 38-caliber guns 952200 Geographitr maps and chsrts ....... .......... 24,140 36,791
94661 Antiaircraft shells ...... No. 600 14,93A 32,500 952500 Music in books and sheets ......... .......... 26,264 34,543
948663 Common shells ............ No. 200 2,864 7,000 Photographs and blueprints948665 Illuminating shells......No. .......... .......... .. 955001 Plans and specifications for
.-inch 51-caliber guns aircraft ....................... .......... 72,3554 182,468
948666 Common shells ............No. ......... .......... ............. 955098 Photographa and blue prints,
948667 Illuminating shells......No. ..... ... ............. n.e.s ........................... ........ 50,77 1,629
5-inch 54-caliber gune 955500 Newspapers, current ........................ 72,452 (73,879
948671 Antiaircraft shells ......NO. ........ .... ............. 955500 Periodicals .................... No. 6,786,062 571,817 2,674,530








29









"P TED STATES X.OT1 DJO .STIC FRCHA DISE-J NE 1945-Continued


Commodity Commodity
omnodlty SI3 pplng Fr
rode No. Conmm ty doscrlption and ,nit Net Value p cde No. Commodity description and unit Not Valoue
(hched- of rartity quantity (dollars) eigh) (Sched- of quantity quantity (dollars) t
u,,I ) ule 0)

GROUP 9.- tSCE C LL* 10S-Cont. GROUP 9.-*MISCELLAEOUS-Cont.
_OKS, MAPS, PICTUMP, A'D OT4. UVISCEIANFOUS CM5MO0DITES,
PPINTED MATTER, N..S.-Cont. N. E.S.-Continued

Y0- i 'endara, printed or unprinted... .......... Si,344 63,60 Manufactures of synthetic gums
.sj Lithogrsphicelly orinted matter ... .......... 6 9,Z 1 2&,041 end resina-Continued
9!6r'0 Plying cards ................. FPack i0,926 21,132 29,514 Other synthetic resin
95901 Plasns and specifications for -products-Continued
aircraft, printed ......................... 1,'85 4,641 981503 Yethyl methacrylate
956998 Printed matter, n.e.s .......... .......... 1,32,095 1,100,795 products, fabricated,
except molded............. Lb. 9,799 14,584 12,466
'"SCELLPgEouS CnMODITIFS, N.R.S. 981305 Nylon products, except
yarn and textiles......... Lb. 809 6,629 1,005
j57000 Clocka, electric, except parts.No. 1,292 5,024 6,613 981307 Urea- formaldehyde products,
Clocks, n.e.s., except electric% fabricated, except molded.Lt. .......... .......... .............
957100 1-day alarm clocks...........No. 53,a9s 53,504 '3,363 981398 Other synthetic mesain
951200 mantel, novelty, and .w.ll product ..................Lb. 22,599 51,247 26,252
clocks...................... '. 2 91 61 981900 Manufactures of cellulose
957900 Other clocks and parts.......... .......... 15,416 5,183 acetate, ne.s............................ ... 19,044 83,669
Watches: 982000 Manufactures of all compounds of
95000 Without jewels............... No. 38 98 10 cellulose, except cellulose
99t100 6ith jewels..................No. 900 25,451 295 acetate, n.e.a ................... .......... 60,561 70,754
958900 Fart except jewel '-earings.... .......... 89,351 4,501 982100 Spongee, natural or synthetic,
959105 Marine chronometers...........No. .................... ............. except rubber.................... .......... 8,409 5,713
959198 Time-recording devices ard parts............ 46,722 27,s577 982200 Toothbrushes..................Dos. 182,924 220,486 99,743
911000 Paint4rngs, etchings, engravings, 982400 Toilet brushes, except
statuary and antiques ............ .......... 5,294 13,789 toothbrushes................. JDos. 11,301 47,829 30,247
Jewelry and other personal 982501 Paint brushes................. Do. 14,056 66,768 29,066
ornaments: 982610 Household brushes.............Dos. 1,790 4,921 14,94
942000 Solid gold or platinum .......... .......... 272,623 411 982691 Other brushes................. Dos. 40,660 43,553 61,248
Other metals, silver, 982700 Combs, except wholly of
gold-fi lled, rolled-gold- rubber........................No. 4,206,100 182,049 11 ,202
plate, and base metal. Pipes and smokers' articles:
962100 'en's jewelry................. .......... 48,43A 2,53r 982800 Tobacco pipes (of nil
962200 Women's jewelry............... .......... ..10,255 7,071 materials).................Doz, 11,451 33,242 12,801
962*00 Other articles................ .......... 27,49r 5,017 982900 Other smokers' articles,
All materials, except metals except pocket and
962?00 Maer's jewelry ................. .......... 2,352 377 electric lighters.............. .......... 42,721 94,004
962800 Women's jewelry......................... 95,618 12,217 985000 Plates and cuts, electrotype,
92900 Other articles.......................... 82,622 26,5533 stereotype, halftone, litho963500 Jewelry findings, and parts..... .......... 101,878 11,685 graphic, or egraved..........Lb. 14,471 39,725 17,142
96000 Bottle and container closure, 985100 Umbrellas end parasols......... No. 18,536 56,984 18 792
n.e.s....................... OGss 1,065,318 260,0?. 1,218,725 983200 Candles........................Lb. 92,514 25,250 109, 05
9606i Thermostatic bottles, carafes, 984005 Beads and bead articles........... .......... 49,442 13,146
jars, jgs, and other 984098 motions, cheap novelties, and
thermostatic conteiners.......No. 46,705 43,084 116,849 specialties, n.e.s.............. .......... 462,695 437,59
96650Q Parts of thermostatic containers.. .......... 11,474 35,0 0 Household and commercial
Composition roofing refrigerators, except electric:
99500 Asphalo roofing..........Square 14B,00A 192,637 7,553,725 984100 Mechanical................... No. 115 78,355 200,689
969600 Asbestos roofing..........Square 5,691 50,891 1,664,955 984200 ice, except mechanical......No. 279 9,000 353,912
969900 Other roofing.............Square 3,424 10,491 504,569 984600 Sod-fountain equipment and
Buttons, parts bar supplies.................... .......... 4,270 4,546
971100 Buttons, cellulose compounds, 984900 Fishing terckle and equipment
gelilith, end other suitable only for commercial
compounds................. Gross 555,562 287,061 150,6849 fishing................................... 42,715 52,81
971250 Pearl or shell...........Oreoss 45,0oe3 12,049 6,631 985500 Shoe findings. except leather
971290 Other materials..........Grose 160,017 45,566 55,582 and rubber....................... .......... 88,801 296,103
971300 BSutton parts, backs, blanke, 987100 Coin-operated comtdity-wevnding
or molds.................. Gross 62,787 26,581 55,985 machines ..................... No. 72 3,588 10,420
Lamps and illunmineting devices, 989200 Other coin-operated machines,
except electric, except musical................No. 234 13,130 31,185
979100 Incandescent mantles.........No 216,230 151,034 9,801 990000 Household and personal affects.... .......... 1,145,216 2,064,294
979200 lanterns, wick............... No. 87,163 78,349 254,800 All commodities exported for
979300 Gasoline pressure laMpse, relief or charity.
lanterns, and parts............ .......... 28,927 25,980 999810 Food........................... .......... 1,121,864 4,257,176
979400 Other lamps, except 999820 Clothing...................... .......... 2,577,474 2,817,250
electric................... No. 19,904 57,142 70,051 999850 Blankets and bedding ........... .......... 35,953 40,642
979900 Othee lighting devices and 999840 Drugs and biological supplies... .......... 265,750 18 5,898
parts, n.e.a., except glies............. 19,211 31,559 999850 Surgical, sanitary and hospital
980000 Matches ..................................... 91,619 587,487 supplies and equipment......... .... ... 106,452 129,2115
980700 Fire-fighting equipment, except 999860 Ambulances and other motor
automotive fire engines .................... 146,202 234,677 equipment ............................... 27,280 75,214
Manufactures of synthetic gums 999890 Other ........................... .......... 211,824 2,715,822
and resins 999910 General merchandise valued at
Molded productes 110 or leas ..................... .......... 25,785 6,745,359
981201 Phenol-formaldehyde, (This commodity number should
fabricated................Lb. 20,617 17,963 22,836 be applied to,
981203 Wethcl methacrvlate, (a) All single items of
fabricated................Lb. 2,219 6,460 3,234 Schedule 8 commodities
981205 Nylon......................Lb ........... ........................ valued at 110 or less.
981207 Urea-formaldehyde, (b) All totals of Schedule
Itbricated................L 6,000 5,443 7,093 B commodities, single
981298 GOner synthetic gums and items of which are valued
resins .................... Lb. 13,262 18,695 15,295 at 610 or less.
Other synthetic resin products: 999950 Miscellaneous military and naval
98 101 Phenol-forAldehyde products, eqclpment, unclassified....................... 111,9352 52,320
fabricated, except molded.Lb. 1,666 3,357 1,898 999990 All articles, 'n.e. ............... ........ 8... 1,B084 6,541,587



























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Commodity Shpi c Shippity
code No. Conrodity description and unit Not Value ng ode o. Commodity description and unit Net Value Shi
Sched- of quantity quantity (dollars) ("enht (Sched- of quantity quantity (dollars (peht
pounds) ule ) funds)

Total United States Exports of GPOUP 0.-ANIMALS tND ANIMAL
Dooe-tic an Foreign Merchandise, .......... 966 442,465 18,499,71^,260 PRODITS, tNEDIELD-Continued

Total United States Exports of
foreign Merchandise............. ........... 21929L273 80,656,46 081900 5ash oil, except medicinal....Lb. 75,000 9,000 85,000
085700 Tallow, inedible..............Lb. .......... .............
sROUP 00.-ANIALS ANT ANIMAL 050300PPODUCTS, EDI3LE............. .......... 101,14 5,564 099& Other animal oils, fats, end
0 9-08900, greases, inedible.............Lb ........... .......... ............
001900 Animals, Editle................... .......... 2,600 1,950 085905002000 Venf and veal, fresh or frozen.Lb. .......... ....................... .85898
003615-0000
003690 eef, canned...................Lb. 121,320 24,599 166,55b Live animals, inedible............ .......... 1,322 4,044
002100- 092500 Bristles.......................Lb. 10,6.8 40,216 12,614
00600, 092300003700- Other meats....................Lh. 79,228 15,323 90,830 92900 Other animal products, inedible... ......I... 23,6 71,2
004500 0)9420i
Sausage casings...............Lb. 12,350 6,167 16,600
005900
00900- Arimal Oils and Fats, Editle...Lb. ............................
006000 Milk and cream, fresh and 0T'P 1.-v3'al-tBLE FOOD

006100- 1sterilized...................0.......... .......... .. ... ...PQDUCTS AND EVERAES....... .......... 1284,101 14,721,533
006200 k and cream, condensed and
evaporated................... Lh. 54,375 1,210 65,000
006300- 105700 Rice, cleaned.................. Lb .......... .......... ............
Got00 Iik, dried................................ .......... .............. 107100 wheat..........................1a. 3,882 6,767 234,161
00t 500 Butter.........................Lb. .......... .......... ............. 10300- eat flour..................wt. 1,125 4,772 113,907
Cheese.........................Lb. 19,200 5,952 24,956 107100
006900 Tnfants' fonds, halted milk, 105500,
etc .........................Lb. 2,125 1,404 2,975 10100-Other grais and Preparatiors............... 1,289 17,545
Fish and Fish products: "no0, O
Salted, pickled, or dry-cured: 107700007600 Cod, haddock, hake, pollock, 109900
cusk....................... Lb. .......... .......... ............. 1 Fedders and Feds............Ton 578 16,166 1,303,550
007500- 119900 ndranFed........Tn 58 3,6 13050
00770c, Other........................Lb. 61,600 13,837 79,692 120110- ea, dr ripe........... 7,000 195 7,057
007998- 1202100007 -2 Peas, dry, ripe................Lb. 1,658,063 110,012 1,678,434
008898 Fish, canned...............Lb. 41,153 10,035 56,423 12
007003. 122400 Vegetables, fresh................. .......... 10,181 92,141
Fresh or frosen..............Lb. .......... .......... ............. Vegetables, conned.............Lb. 34,913 2,520 44,800
009007 125000009096 Other fish and fish products, 1?5098 Other vegetables and
n.e.s.......................Lb. 3,691 33,596 4,958 preparations..................... .......... 4,844 59,598
009400 Meat extracts,.................Lb. .......... .....1.... .................. 10100 Aun .nch 4,792,037 219,695 4,856,404
009200- 130700 Pinesoples, fresh..............Fox 1,269 11,248 88,161
009198, Es and egg products ............. ......................................130200009600 130500,

009900 Other edible animal product. .... 25 preparations .................Lb. 519,578 50,118 600,641
115098
o0,t]P 0.-FFII ANT) AMIAL 137901 Almonds, sweet................. 7,403 4,069 8,125
PRODUCTS, INEDISLE........... ........... 1028L976 5,727,101 127905 Brasil or crepm................Lb. ......... .......... ...........
137907 Filberts......................Lb. 6,113 2,604 6,259
020101- Cattle hides .......... .......... ............. 131400020104 Ctlhis..... Pe. .......... .......... ............. 137750, 2ther nuts and preparations,
020601- Kip and calf skinA... Lb. .......... .......... .............. 137995- edible........................Lb. 15,556 9,843 17,264
020704 .. ..Pc .......... .......... ............. 137998
025001- Lb: 23,880 5,70' 2",000 143100 Peanut oil, edible.............I6. ......... ..............
Sheep and lAmb skin... ......Pc ........ 144901 Olive oil, edible..............Lb. 1,349 929 1,554
025010- ost and kid skin............... ........... .142000021016 ltan dshn......Pc ..........................143000,
025003- 144100025004, Other hides and skins..........1b. .......... .......... ............. 144700, Other edible vegetable oils.... Lt. 3,388,440 421,201 6,188,440
025098 1449031030000- 140
(11900 'loper leather..................... .......... 25e 82 144908,
03200- Glove and garment leather.0Sq.1t .......... ... ...... 150 Cocoa beans....................Lb. 19,777 2,604 20,006

0100 150300 Cocoa and chocolate............Lb. .......... .......... .............
053298 Other leather..................... .......... 2,029 220 150500 Coa,.e..........................Lb. 100,207 69,92 155,088
015900O 151200000Coffee.........................Lb, 11,316 12,801 136,08
0800- Le-ther manufactures....... ...... .......... 6,236 4,736 coffee extracts and substitutqsLh. 30.002 5,101 99,003
069900 i'apbicum............. ........L. 720 360 1,1Lob
Furs, undressed: 154902 6innamon.....................Lb. 61,796 26,408 64,531
071100- .01054903 Coasis.........................Lb. .......... .......... ............
071600 C..........................No. 130 3,'00 110 154905 Cloves, unground...............Lb. 152,898 11,477 158,862
071800- 154907 Nutmeg, unground...............Lb. 13,187 6,181 13,465
071900 *s*,*t ...................." ............. 154911 Pepper......................Lb. 19,144 2,172 19,824
072901 Coney, rabbdt, and hare......No. 229,221 32,241 26,675 154915 Vanilla beans..................Lb. 5,734 --1,265 7,074
072903 Eruine and weael............No, 6,221 16,062 45" 154998 Other spices...................Lb. 54,227 11,039 55,9C1
172905 Fitch, kolinisky, and mink...No. .......... .......... ............ 161905 Sugar..........................Lb. 670,000 21,179 695,50
072807 Squirrel .....................to. 43,292 89,923 680i 182900.
072906 Leb, kid, .heep, And goat 164700 Other related products.........Lb. 25,804 6,222 31,455
sain furs ................... o. 45,064 228,18 19,037 170200071100 17000 kalt liquors..................Gal. 24,211 15,826 298,880
0100- Other ....................... 42,00A 110,181 'S2,830 171600
072500, 171400, btisky...................f.gal. 8,736 50,999 146,120
Ot171900 her distilled liquor .Ff.gal. 20,716 76,000 165,967

Furs, dressed or dyed. No 6,161 14,950 1,865 1 Wines.........................Gal 1,417 6,158 31,511
07500-Fur mafactus ................ .. 176089 Other beverages and fruit juices. .......... 264 2,958
075900n r nf. ...... 1r,219 1,88 178000











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Commodity I Commodity
code No. Commodity description and unit Net VA oe code ho, Coameodity description and unit #et Value IGig
of qcnity quantity dollarss) e ) S o q q dolrs)
(pounds) Scad 1 (psuxrg


OROUP 2.-VEDETALE PPODUC7S, OROUP 3.-TFTI'.-E *ERS AND
INEDIBLE, EXCEPT FIBERS AND MAHWACOTES-Gontinued
MCoon......................... ........ 1o66,40- 028,s292

200100- Rutter crude ................... Lb. 1,021,743 341,623 1,06r,290 Veiretable fibers, unmanufactured:
20000 320507 stle or Taico c......... L.ton 6" 31,082 156,174
200401- Synthetic, reclaimed, and scrap 320516 8nila or abAca...........l.ton ........... .......... .............
2012mo rubber-......................Lb. ,400 20, s626 21619 Sisal or nonequen .......... L.ton 2,014 3E1,934 4,504,620
210- Rubber manufactures ......... ....2... '4,023 02sl

Naval Stores...................nufctured fier. .L.ton $9 26,845 126,61
2180my Chicle, crude or advanced ......ILb. 900 4" 900 20521218600 Shellace........................1L., 122,382 50s217 124,26 521598
212500, 322400 Jute as...................... Ik. 556,093 20,434 301,268
228905- Gums and resins n.e.s.........lb. 319,O7 110,754 350,766 2905 Jute burlaps .........,.........Lb. 212,040 51,794 >17,500
218998 21100 er
220100- Drugs, Herbs, Leaves, and Rot 22nuactres. L.
22098 Crude......................... lb. 22,883 8,463 24,068 39916 Flax fabrics...................Lb. . ...
222030 Copre ...... ................ L* 6993, Other flax, hes, ard rsmie manu2210(8)- 63916 factures, n.e.s .................. ...............96 17
222020, Other oil seeds................Lb. .......... .......... 9 .a e n .. ....
222098 441100- Cordage, except of cotton or
Expressed oils and fate, inedible: 341998 Jute.......................... Lb. 1,300 39 1,8355
223000 Coconut oil .................. Lb .........
224801- Fatty acids and vegetable soap Veeetnble finer, straw, or
224898 stock.....................Lb........... .......... ............. 349998 erass manrfactres, n.*.s......... .......... 6,9' 56,495
224901 Caster oil, commercial......,Lb........... .......... ...............60909 Carpet Wool....................Lb. 12,695 3,S'0 13,010
224906 Rapeseed and oiticies oil, 360906 Clothing wool..................Lb. 1,944,518 4,851,028 8,3492
inedible....................Lb. 4,384 1,052 4,80 360907 Combing wool...................Lb. 19,53,73 10,4t4,295 19,967,020
224910 Tung oil.....................Lb. 1 0,048 65,250 189,2$2 36091) Hair, Angers, Cashmere, Alpace,
224912 Soybean oil, crude .......... .......... ......... .............53 etc.........................Lb. ........... .......... .............
224825 Palm and palm kernel oil..Lb. 531 ,220 41,006 535,220 62'oo.223106- 562600 Wool rages, noils, and waste....Lb. .......... .......... ............
223200, 362800 Hool tape......................Lb. .......... .......... .............
224902- Other expressed oils and fate.Lb. 203 142 236 383300 9ol yarns.....................Lb. .......... .......... .............

224915, 364900 Wool fabrics..................I-b 2,050 2,637 925
224950 s96200 Carpets and rugs............Sq.vd. 20,656 17,180 6,087
Essential or distilled oils-.6700
227100 Citrus oils..................Lb. 841 18,4'0 1,007 36950 nearing upparel................... .......... ',522 249
226800- 366900.226800, Other essential or distilled 366601, wther wool or mohair manufactures ........... 625 214
227903- 389
221998 oils..........................Lb. 4,891 7,888 5,809 96998
226000 Blen1ed, compounded or mixed 36800 Hair and manufactures.......b .......... ........... .............
perfume-flaevor oils...........Io. .......... .......... ............. A"0200253905 Oebreeo extract..............Lb. ......... .......... ............. 379900 Silk and manufaectures............. .......... 2,516 229
2311(D* Dyeing and tanning 381005235998 extracts, n.e.s..............sLo, 2,008 5,431 82,632 384200 Yorns, thread, and filaments ...Lb. .......... .......... ............
240100 Alfalfa......................Lb. 3,492 1,586 3,492 394500- Other rayon and svnthetic textile
240200- Clover.........................Lb. .......... .......... ............. 385900 "anfactures..................... .......... 1,146 300
240400 390100- Coated or impregnated
2406900 Field and grase seeds, n.e... Lb. .......... .......... ............. 391700 fabrics....................5q.yd. 1,494 694 1s55
241990 394050 Hat braids and materials.......Yd. 1,578,664 23,189 5,965
246700- Flower and vegetable seeds.....Lb. 910 835 1,081 394200-Hat and ht bodies............No. 253 492 23
247500 395800 Naendb

259999 Nursery and Greenhouse Stock...... .......... .......... ...............91900261100 Cigar leaf.....................Lb....................... ............. 396500, Other textile manufacturea........ .......... 5,366 2,396
261300 Perique leaf tobacco..........Lb........... .......... ............. 399900
260110260800, Other tobacco and manufactures.... .......... 165,957 191,339
261500- aROUP 4.--00D AND PAPP........ .......... 58,S90 806,763
262950
299905 Vegetable tallow and wax.......Lb. 212,615 14-,034 216,902
299993 Vegetable ivory and tagua nuts.Lb. 121,161 7,089 121,896 H0010t5.
281101- 400998 Hardwnood logs .............U bd. ft. 24 16,015 E,5
295100j 401200
299991, Inedible vegetable products, n.e.s. .......... 19,300 6t,543 401900 Softwood logs.............V bd.ft. 8 SIB 23,400
299995- 402600299998 433900 Other urenanufactured wood......... .......... 4,992 2V,458
406000.
GROUP 3.-TETILE FIBERS AND 408500 Sawed tiaber..............V bd.ft. .......... .......... .............
MAN'JFACTURES................. .......... 15 93",654 35,665,591 410000- S05rds, plenks, and
I13900 -.ttlias.............._ bd.ft. 70 6,0'9 248,915
30. on u f. 290mc4 Oter sawmill products....V bd.ft. .......... .......... .............
300600- Cotton semianufacture.... Lb.......... .......................... 420110501320 30950 CooserAge...........,.......................... 161A 40,600
COtton manufacturers 421401Cotton cloths A29900 Other wood manufactures............ .......... 9,492 63,998
302000- '30000-303900 Unbleached..............q.y. ...******. ***.*.. *.............** 430900 Cork ano manufActures.......... 20 64 25
30400 Bleached, dyed, etc....,3q.yd. 147,962 '0,560 29,255 460100- Sulphite wood pulp,
507900 460200 tlepched.....................S.t. .......... .......... .. .........
308000- Other cotton fabrics.......... .......... .......... ............. 460400 Sulphite wood pulp,
528950 unbleached................... SA. .......... .......... .............

312900 Wearing apparel................. .......... 124 103 460000,
31400 460600- Other paper stock.............Lb....................................

316100 NArrow fabrics, non-elastic..... .......... 56 9nape. .b. 169,28 8,16' 1694299
3171019 uouse furnishings.................. ... 324 671 71t00 9nok n'er, ccaoted..........8. .......... .......... .............
A18900 "12300301500- 4 HrApping paper................Lb. 6,517 919 6,589
01900, otton nufactres............. .......... t.47 14
319110- Other paper and related products.,.. .... .. 12,1" 16,0."

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UNITED STATES EXYURTS OF YUREIGN NERChADISE-JUNE 1w4o-Continued


Comdity Sipr Commodity 3ipn
code ao. Comodity description and unit Net Valie Shippir; code No. Comnodity description and unit Net 7. Ihm ig
(Sched- of quantity quantity (dollars) pounds) ched- of quantity quantity (dollars) fuds)
uleeB) u(e ) pomds

GROUP 5.-WONLETAILJC THER.IS .......... 718,107 15,770,050 GROUP 6.-YETAIS AND !UANU:" CTU9RS, EXCEPT ::.CKINERY
500100 Coal, anthrecito ............. L.ton .. AND Vi4ICLF.&-Continued
500200 Coal, bitusinou ............. L.ton 2,431 12,576 5,445,400
500300- Coal and toke briquets and 457000- Zinc and manufactures .. 807 3,780
500400 coke........................ L.ton .......... .......... ............. 850998
C60-6FSSO0 quicksilverr or mercury ..... Lb. Z47 436 601
ro e Aviation motor fue ls...... Bb1. L',,ool 37,617 3Cr76,506 6(,4520 Ch ro m iu.............. Lb. !,7A,520 8,850 573,420
5J1325- Other rotor fuels And gasoline.... .......... .......... ............. 4525 Cobalt ......................... b .......... .......... .............
501798 661000S 302 ero3ene ....L.... ...Bbl. b,203 1.,448 2,53,L42 A63000, Other nonfer oe m ..1
SOSO0G Gas oil end distillate fuel 663600- SOSaemtl n
oil.........................Bbl. 7,156 16,142 2,103,976 4515, lly except precious...................... 107 561
503100 .Residual fuel oils............6Bl. .......... .......... ............. 664550501103- 66186
501200, 692000- Precious metals and plated ware,
501900, Other petroleum products.......... .......... 136 2,103 699700 except jewelry and gold and
50530.- silver ore, bullion, and coin.... .......... 542 75
505900
510110- S. and manufactures ...................89 2,000 GROUP 7 -ACISNE8Y AND9300
51270 LCrble, stone, a f .0CL3 ..................... .......... 863 030
5.6400- .em.nt end manufactures..................... .......... ............. 70 Generators, accessories, and parts .......... 21,8?0 18,000
517000 00
Z2.'100 Uno ........................3. l. .....................................701200
521200- Glass ............... ..... 45254 707612Gl509 as...................................... 485 2,564 Signal and comunication devices.. .......... 21,405 11,892

Unfilled glass containers......... .......... 95,327 2,731,535 70 0 other electrical machinery and
52310-Other glassware.................. .......... 585 1, 709200- apparatus........................ .......... 51,624 34,936
529900 Otelswr...................8 ,0 0998
530300- Clay cod pr.ducts............................ 4,170 10,794 711100- Power-generating machinery, ecept
537998 719900 electrical and automotive........ .......... 8,094 167,606
540500- ?20100- Cntuto n ovyn
540996 Abrasives, natural................ .......... 22,E78 1,440 7100 Constuction and conveying
r41105 730300- machinery........................ .......... 9,226 37,698
L41900 Abrasives, artificial............. .......... 1C 4,320 756900 Mining, well and pumping machinery .22 448
54S105- Asbestos and manufacturec......... .......... 41 169 74 5 etlorking machinery....................... 18,452 9,707
545998?452 Mtloknmahnr...... ...... 1,5 ?0
147000- Asphalt and bitumen and manu- 750000547100 factures................................. .......... ............. 750400 Knitting mchicery and parts................. 5,140 6,088
547201- Graphite and carbon or graphite 750100- Other textile sewing and shoe
548098 products......................... .......... .......... ............. 757500 machinery........................ .......... 303 693
551000- 75900051300 Aca ..d manufactures..........lb. 5,936 11,715 6,833 775096 Other industrial machinery........ ............ 10,180 9,055
596001- 775200- Accounting and calculating
0600e Quartz crystcls................... .......... .......... ............. 776100 machines and parts............... .......... 650 1,170
46300 77620- Other office appliances........... .......... 6,719 22,621

5 00 ro tact re us...... .......... 73 ,500 77900 Printing and bookbinding machinery .......... 1,186 4,653
596010- 780000- Agricultural machinery and
506098 789998 implaments....................... .......... 524 3,782
599005 Diamonds, industrial.........Carat 40,277 81,720 55 790101- automobile
505098 Other precious, synthetic, and 79190 ................................... .......... 10,469 29,678
imitation stones, including 793200pearls.................................... 415,717 267 794400 Aircraft.....................No. 1 24,000 11,600
794505GROUP 4.-METAIS AND ?'.: 794611,
FACTURES, EXCEPT M!ACHINERY 79401- Other Aircraft instruments,
AND VEICLES................. .......... 109,040 1,13C,982 ?94098 parts and accessories............ .......... 84,824 25,296
794705, Aircraft engine parts and
600100 I-on ore.....................L ton .......... .......... ............. 794798 accessories...................... .......... 6,635 4,345
F0700- ig iron and scrap...........Lton .......... .......... ............. 7 6 aterereft and parts............................3,52 339,687
801500 795695 Wtrrf n at ............ 2,5 5,8

60400 Ingote, bars, plates, etc......... .......... 2,967 121,05 795000604500- Other steel mill products, except 795700- Other vehicles and parts, except
609900 castings and forgings............ .......... 8,610 141,095 799500, military......................... .......... 206,70 439,257
6100 Castings and forgings..........Lb. 62,300 19,718 79998
611200- 799601- Ordnance combat vehicles
611900 utl.; and parts................................18,014 5,60 799985 and parts........................ .......... 49,469 192,694
615500617898 T0ols............................. .......... 576 240
617900- GROUP 8.-CEMICALS AND RE618800 Ha ......................... .......... ........................ IATED PRODUCTS.............. .......... 235,674 3,217,028
618S00 wing machine and other needles.M 491 1,633 439 800500818300- 602300
619200 bprucket and other chain........L .......... .......... ............. 809130- Other coal tar products........... .......... 13 54
620520- 506998
620540 Metal druns and cntainers........ .......... 2,353 7,549 *05901 C

512100- 805909 Colors, dyes, and stains...Lb,. ,1101 3,922 1 ,224
C15280s 811905 Fish oils and concentrates.....Lb. 61,795 19,393 69,526
820000, Other iron and steel manufactures. .......... 15,846 '6,664 011998 Vita20n and witasterolsn.e..I.. 27 625 48
620905- 912300 Biologics......................... .......... 1,301 242
620998 812403- Druggists' nonproprietary
622096 Ferrotungsten..................La. .......... ........................ 812798 preparations..................... .......... 35,885 6,625
f2Li03- 814800-Prpitrmeiiaprprtos..... ,1186
622095, Other ferro-alloys.............Lb. .......... .......... ............. 1 Proprictary medicinal preparation. 3,436 1,68
622098 811100029000- 911300, Other medicimal and pharmaceutical
6309SU Aluminum and manufactures......... .......... 1,648 903 b13506- preparations............................... 1,629 241

f4c5l9 Copper and manufactures........... .......... 5,214 1,153 814200
b~~~~s _&P_ U~~~~~~~~~~20000- hmcly-ilis....... ...... 50 2,5
i.4000- Brass and bronze umnufactuces..... .......... 1,588 15,283 859900 Chemical *,ecialties.............. .......... .5,035 26,905
,17996 630200 Tartaric acid..................Lb. 128,994 b7,472 140,117
0n. 6s926 92 0990 Arsenious cxide................Lb. 100,000 4,750 107,056
6159 ~ d -ad manufactures ............. ................. 912,0966 ; 9Oo A
6S4SOI- Niklad auatue .... .....0
655499. e u3090' Other acids and anhydrides.....Lb. .......... .......... .............
856502-e50970, 656598 Tin and manufactures.............. .......... 20,136 34,489 660992E30998




UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA




UNITED STATES EXPORTS OF FOREIGN MERCHANDISE-JUNE 1945-Continued 1 2 08231 8


Commodity Commodity
code No. Ccmodity description and unit Net Value Shipping code No. Commodity description and unit Net value Shipping
(S ed- of quantity quantity (dollars) (hed- of quantity quantity (dollars)
(ponds B)u1 B

GROUP 8.-CIMICALS AND R GROUP 9.-MISCLIAN-.
LATED PRODUCTI-Continued O S-Continued

854160 Iodine, crude and resublised...Lb. 5,284 6,806 5,878
6100- 919050- Military equipment, apparatus and
919096 part, not containing optical
69 Other idustrial chemicals........ .......... 15,220 806,941 olements................................... 176,640 895,218
859898 92110040100 29700 Musical instruments............... .......... 2,954 1,489
844210 Pigments, paints, and varnishes ... .......... 92 7,708 950100- Miscellaneous office supplie.s..... .......... 5,536 2,49
85019 Sodium attz te ................. lb. 2,010,000 41,396 2,011,400 9900
850500 Other n-troenou fertilizer 945000 Toys, athletic and sporting goods .......... 2,5399 1,049
8505, Other nitrogenous fertilizr9450
850925- materials....................Lb........... .......... ............. 94601 Miscollaneous military equipment.. .......... 63,440 10,913
851000 946071
85101- 947004- Firearms, ammunition, and fire855187 Potaseic fertilizer materials.. Lb. ........... ................. 049798 works...................................... 204,868 595,768
852000, Other fertilizers and fertilizer 5100 oks and pamphlets......................... .2,929 8,040
86200 the fetilzer an fetilzer952200854000- products.......................................................... 95200.

Explosives, fuses, and blasting 955300- Maps, pictures, and other printed
caps ............................. .......... 7,880 30, 795 956500, matter, except military................... ..6,208 4,420
87100- 695998
871000- Soaps ........................Lb... ................................. 955001, Plans and specificationsfor
672400 956901 aircraft......................... .......... .......... .............
873500 Dentifrices....................I.. .................................. ..Cosa9570
874000- Other soap and toilet9 Clocks, watches, parts................... .. 22
877000 preparations..................... .......... .......... ............. 91000 Art works......................... .......... 22,821 1,01
962000963500 Jewelr .......................... .......... .. 1,425 116
GROUP 9.-MISCLANOUS........ .......... 560,747 726,381 990000 Household and personal effects.... .......... 25,808 19,062
900080-999810- All commodities exported for 90000- Photographic and projection goods .. .......... 9,002 7,718 999890 relief or charity.................................................
014000 999910 General merchandise valued at
S14200 cientific and Professional $10 or less ...................... .......... 906 4,145
915800,
938011- instrumnta, apparetus, and 999950 Miscellaneous military and naval
9390a suppliee, except military.................. 6,991 2,235 equipment, unclassified.................... 500 100
919098 968000921901- Military equipment, apparatus an 987200, All other articles, n.e. .................... 25,591 60,225
915979 parts, containing optical GT .......... I7,000 3,125 999990







































































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DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE BUREAU OF THE CENSUS
HENRY A. WALLACE, Secrearay Washington 25, D. C. J. C. CAPT, Director









REPORT NO. FT 400






UNITED STATES EXPORTS

OF DOMESTIC AND FOREIGN MERCHANDISE



(INCLUDING EXPORTS UNDER THE LEND-LEASE PROGRAM)




j t June 1945




.. Q TO T... COMMODITY TOTALS


(Information on subsequent revisions in this re.,,. will be supplied upon request.) t-&






PREPARED UNDER THE SUPERVISION OF
3. EDWARD ELY
Cbief, poreignz Trade Div sion
Bureau of the Census












DECEMBER 1945









Bureau of the Census J. C. CAPT, Director PHILIP M. HAUSER, Assistant Director MORRIS H. HANSEN, Statistical Assistant to the Director RALPH E. GALLOWAY, Executive Assistant to the Director Foreign Trade Division J. EDWARD ELY, Chief IRVING WEISS, Assistant Chief
Classifications and Codes-Frederick W. Harrison
Export and Shipping Statistics-William C. Flaherty
Export and Lend-Lease Statistics-Milton Kaufman Shipping Statistics-Nathan Habib Import Statistics-Frank C. Bauer














400

.io for Report No. FT 400 are as follows:

Yearly, starting with figures for 1942-. total for calendar year, individual calendar months not shown separately ................ $ .10

First six months of 1942 total for six months, individual calondar months shown separately ..... ......... ..................... ... .35

Monthly, startingwith figures for July 1943
Per issue... .. ... .. .. . .. ........ .10
Yearly subscription, including
calendar year annual. ........................ ..... 1.25





Table of Contents

Group
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 .............................. 5

3 Textile Fibers and Manufactures ........................... 6

4 Wood and Paper ............................................ 9

5 Nonmetallic Minerals ...................................... 10

6 Metals and Manufactures ................................... 12

7 Machinery and Vehicles .................................... 15

8 Chemicals and Related Products ............................ 21

9 Miscellaneous ............................................. 25

Exports of Foreign Merchandise .......................................... 31

00 Animals and Animal Products, Edible ....................... 31

0 Animals and Animal Products, Inedibl ...................... 3 1

1 Vegetable Food Products and Beverages ..................... 3 1

2 Vegetable Products, Inedible .............................. 3 2

3 Textile Fibers and Manufactures ....................... ... 3 2

4 Wood and Paper ............................................. 3 2

5 Nonmetallic Minerals ...................................... 3 3

8 Metals and Manufactures .................................... 3 3

7 Machinery and Vehicles .................................... 3 3

8 Chemicals and Related Products ............................ 3 3

9 Miscellaneous ............................................. 3 4









UNITED STATES EXF_ S F D .:STI: -. : itA.:DIE-J E 1945

Connodity Comodity
code No. Comodity description and unit Net Value Shipping description and unit Net Value shipping
(Schei of quantity quantity (dollars) Be. (Sced- on uaty Nt wdight
ole 9) Ipounds ul B) f _yqatt dlas ons



OF DC.STIC .0 TREIl Po:C: 17, gO 1-- atrec
RCH ................. .......... 66.44.4 18499.717.260

TOAL UNITEF &TA.S 53XPORT.
7 DC'E ISE..0 .. B4AS513192 19 419A060 791 Frest :iAh:
G7000 Salmon......... ..........b. .. .
CR0U? 10.A'Ii! AT0 7100 Oiter......................U. .h,!'12 ,677 21,733
ik.IMAL L IYIJCi, EDLE .. 57,025,0S9 255,9186837 007200 Oysters, fr in the lellLLb. .
007300 Oysters, fresh shucked, frozen,
A;2 ICJA E..LE or in ice............. ..... L. ...... .... .. .. .. ...........
C07400 Shin Fr. .8, frozen, or in
00- 00 Cattlefor breeding... ..........o. 447 104,458 320,680 Ice... ....i. 5,578 ,75 6,460
001200 Other cattle ........ ............No. 34 2,238 12,480 007500 Shrimp, dried........... Lb. 45,200 2,357 46,489
001300 Hogs (swine) .....................No. 581 27,578 176,707 Fish, su.1.4, pickled, or dry001600 Sheep ........................ ....No. 6.:0 12,715 64,025 cured:
001900 Poultry, live.....................Lb. 9,73 16,377 12,473 007730 Salmon....................L. 177 177 207
007: Cod, taliock, sass, poll:k,
MEAT PRODUCTS :utak................... Lb. 0 96 360
x7781 Herring..................is. 47,-: 1,88 72,721
Deef and veal, except canned: *7* 5. Sardines..................tb 1,149 116 1,65
002000 Fresh or frozen.................Lb. 95,680 27,180 99,803 007s9 Other fish salted, pickled,
002100 Pickled or cured................Lb. 231572 36,222 325,751 or dry-cured........... lb. 53,311 8,195 86,428
002200 Horse meat (all kinds)........... I. 303,794 13,495 127,547 Fish, canned:
Pork, except canned: 008400 Salmon........... .....Lb. 3,248,996 1,475,99. 3,796,992
002700 Fresh, or frozen pork......... Lb. 937,326 299,541 951,859 006500 Sardines................Ib. 6,437,615 1,154,366 7,828,999
002900 Ham and shoulders, cured........Lb 2,963,158 826,849 3,359,929 006301 Cod, hadiook, hake, pollock,
002900 Bacon......................... Ib. 1,166,090 202,805 1,473,922 and c 5...............Lb. ........ .... ..... *.............
003000 Cumberland and Wiltshire........... 0083 Herring................Lb. F,661 1,999 10,468
sides.........................Lb. ..-...... .......... ............. 00898 Other canned fish, except
00200 Other pork, pickled or shellfish..............Lt. 74,983 13,754 101,905
salted ......................Lb. 7,494,677 1,171,033 9,542,774 Shellfish003400 Mutton and lamb (except canned) ...Lb. 12,113 4,029 13,230 009700 Shrimp..... ........Lb. 2,143 1,650 4,058
003500 Sausage, bologna and frank- CO6801 Lobster.............Lb. 264 402 704
furters, except canned...........Lb. 32,151 10,924 37,648 008 03 Crab mea* ::bs ....Lb. .......... .......... .............
003600 Beef, cannes......................Lb. 43,217 14,839 56,530 0080 C sGr.......Lb. 651 505 996
003700 Pork, canned....................Lb. 1,341,967 445,310 1,668,687 008899 Other...............Lb. 10,263 2,764 13,541
003800 Sausage, bologna, and frank- 009003 Lobster, fresh..............Lb. ................... .............
furters, canned.................Lb. 2,644,172 902,115 3,435,973 00S Crab', fresh................Lb. 53 57 62
003901 Chicken, cannes.................Lb. 1(3,293 149,267 164,469 009007 Clams, fresh.......... ......Lb. 360 48 480
003907 Tushonka, canned..................L. 5,017,241 2,158,790 6,453,001 (19098 Edible fist an fish products
003909 Other canned meat................ Lb. 2b2,702 84,075 350,200 oe.s......................Lb. 95,809 22,529 111,849
004000 Poultr, and game, fresh or
frozen........................Lb. 22,255 1C,569 24,425 0THER EDIBLE ANri.AL PRODUCTS
004100 Kidneys and livers, frees, frozen,
or cured, except canned.b........Lb. 100 68 120 Eggs and Egg Products:
004300 Tongues,fr fred .Lbd .0920 Eggs in the shel7.Do. 375,066 197,049 613,870
or cured, except conned. ....Lb..............................._.....0i920tZ Eggs Alun he rohell ....Dozd,17,4
004400 Sausage ingredients, salted or rA (F de b
otherwise cured, except canned.. .1b. 97,000 6,413 130,20 or otherwise reserved),.Lb. 23,989 45,619 27,331
004500 Otrer nats, except canned....._ Lb. ...... ....... ............gg Products

dsecasing ladds, bungs, 009305 Dried ..................Lb. 12,947,019 17,076,48 15,042,746
middls, rcnds'b weasnds:009307 Frozen ..................Lb .....................................
004800 Hog ................... ....... Lb. 299,118 299,228 360,344 009399 Otherwise reserved ...Lb. ................I................
004700 Beef .......................... Lb. 814,260 48,157 757,69 O9O etEratenBolog(usl. 2,7 2,81180
004900 Ot her .........................1b. 110,289 193,437 143,366 009100 "aExtatin ed Boibe..........b.k 71,889 4,3801 81,818

Al8.:AL CILS AND FATS, EDIBLE 009900 Edible animal products, n.e.s..... .......... 221,786 1,904,610

305000 01eo oil..........................Lb. .................................
005100 Oleo stock ......................Lb. ........... ........ ............. .... *80 .-IALS AND ANLAL
001200 Tallow, edible....................Lb. ............ ................. ... PRODUCTS, INEDIBLE............ .......... 6,014,382 9,404,546
005300 Lard (natural lard Included) .. Lb, 35,952,884 1,702,311 40,118,377
001400 Ole steam.....................Lb. .-....... .......... ............... HIDES AND SKIS, RAN, FXCEPT FURS
005900 Cleomargarine or animal or 020101 Cattle hides, dry, over
vegetable fats ...............Lb, 7o807,730 1,414,353 8,954,599 12 pounds.... ...............*Lb ................................
020102 Cattle hides, dry, over
DAIRY PRCDUCTS 12 pounds, quantity only... .Piece .................................
020103 Cattle hides, set, over
Milk and cream: 25 pounds...................Lb. .............*..**.*....*.*****.*.
006000 Fresh and sterilized........... al. 14,426 11,049 139,634 02)104 Cattle hides, wet, over
006100 Condensed, sweetened...........Lb. 7,888,940 1,364,090 9,655,846 25 pounds, quantity only ....Piece .................................
006200 Evaporated, unsweetened...... -Lb. 62,870,698 8,081,087 61,067,329 020601 Calf soins, dry, not over
006300 Dried whole milk................Lb. 3,461,324 1,442,571 4,310,006 6 pounds........ ....Lb........... ......... *.........
006400 Dr.ed skim milk................. Lb. 21, 71,643 3,481,327 23,125,248 020602 Calf skins, dry, not over
006550 Butter, natural..................Lb. 3,t55,538 1,782,816 4,162,127 6 pounds, 'uantity only.....Piece .......... ......... .............
006570 Butter oil......................Lb. 518,540 311,672 722,752 020603 Calf skins, wet, not over
006590 Butter spreads................... Lb. 8,949 4,523 10,926 12 pounds................... ................................
020604 Calf Skins, et, not over
Cheese: 12 pounds, quantity ol....Piece........... .......... .............
Processed, blended, and spreads: 020701 Kip skins, dry, not over
006755 Processed American Cheddar... .Lb. 842,875 295,075 987,640 12 pounds...................Lb. 55,798 9,594 60,161
006756 Other cheese processed, 020702 Kip skins, dry, not over
blended, and spreads......,Lb. 12,523,827 3,796,240 14,114,112 12 pounds, quantity only... Piece 2,640 .
Cheese, whether or not in 020705 Kip skins, wet, not over
original loaves, except any 25 pounds............ ....Lb. 97, .09 18,127 98,697
cheese processed other than 020704 Kip skins, et., nt over
by division into pieces: 25 pounds, uantity only....Piece 4,772 ....... .*.. *..*
1795 American cheddar..............Lb. 3,519,954 1,213,088 3,924,540 023001 Sheep skins, dry.............Lb. 1,000 484 1,000
>090 Other.........................Lb. 181,769 61,80 215,972 023002 Sheep skins, dry ............Piece 484 .......... .....*..*.***
o033 oheep skins, wet ..............Lb. 25,508 4,914 25,508
Infants and Dietetic Foods: :23304 Sheep tkins, vs e............iiece 9,926 .... .. ..*** *
0585. ^hiefly talo Base..............Lb. 1,241,817 SE1,856 1,605,675 02957D Lamb skins, try...............Lb. .......... .......... -- .........
68C Other (for use in milk formulae)Lb. 87,664 45,959 18,357 .3 .6 L.. skis. .(rv.............Piece...*****.. .
707 Ian 1,, ...............Lb, 5, ) 18
Other diury products: 231 ...... s., Hie .'........ .. i.u'. 576
1 b1ated milk, compounds, and 1 0 ki.....................
mixture .....................in. 396,625 131,542 846,728 12 iuat sIns.. .......... ....Pier
9 Ie-:ream power, *'tx and .....li sis.. .. ...Lb. ......... .................
re tins........ .........Li. 37, s8 1,(. 43,2(5 2 (8 id skint...................(1ice.............**.. *.... *...
n. ar, r uts, r ...........Lb. 88,153 27,1Z6 1 0,54 sis and skins, rs., n,*.e ....Lb. 89 188 9S










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UNITED STATES EXPORTS OF DOMESTIC MERCHANDISE-JUNE 1945-Continued

Commodity i Cceodity
code No. Commodity description and unit Net Value code No. Commodity description and unit not Value Shipping
(Sched- of quantity quantity (dollar of quantity quantity (d(mas eight
ule B) ule B)

GROUP 0.-ANILAIS AND ANIMAL GROUP 0.-ANLoALS AND ANIMAL
PRODUCTS, IlEDiBLE-Continued PRODUCTS, INEDIBLE-Continued

LEATHER FURS AND MANUFACTURES

Upper leather: Furs, undressed:
Cattle, side upper- 071100 Civet cat .................... No ............ ......................
Grain- 071300 Silver and black fox ......... No. 15 428 21
000 Black...............S.ft 1 4,140 3,035 071400 Red fox ..................... No. 137 1,754 131
010 Other .............. Sq.ft. 304,973 107,351 1,501 071600 Other fox .................... No. 1,48 9,827 814
Splits- 071600 Muskrat, northern ............ No. 2,821 7,286 505
050200 Finished .............. Sq.ft 208,045 41,188 57,805 071900 Mskrat, southern........... No. 6,007 4,208 471
030300 Wax and rough ............ Lb ........... ................... 072100 Raccoon ...................... No. 16,963 35,209 10,891
Calf and kip- 072200 Skunk ........................ No. 3,019 10,035 2,021
Black- 071300 Possum ....................... No. 24,735 22,986 6,084
u30410 Sides ................ Sq. ft. 192 6,964 2,652 071500 Mink........................ No ...................................
030420 Whole skins ........... Sq.ft. 104,69 47,308 13,668 072901 Coney, rabbit and hare ....... No. 30,171 12,264 8,39
Other- 072903 Ermine and weasel ............ No ..................................
030510 Sides ................. Sq.ft. 3,69 13,804 5,885 072903 Fitch and kolinsky ........... No ..................................
080520 4hole skins ..........Sqft 204,383 62,762 M,527 072907 Squirrel ................... No ...................................
030700 Sheep and lamb ........... Sq.ft. 122,833 28,688 14,911 072908 Lamb, kid, sheep and goat .... No. 10,991 50,116 6,347
Goat and kid- 072998 Undressed furs,n.e.s ......... No. 6,871 52,729 8,848
030800 Black ................... Sq.ft. 282,38 88,020 28,690 Furs, dressed or dyed:
030900 Other ................... Sq.ft. 164,80 68,077 17,271 073300 Fox, silver and black ........ No. 395 6,815 410
031150 Deer and elk .............. Sq.ft. 3,63 1,664 793 073700 Muskrat ...................... No. 24 90 20
031190 Upper leather (except 074400 Fur-seal ..................... No. 530 19,134 749
lining and patent), n.e.s.Sqft. 726,483 192,309 84,664 074903 Lamb and sheep............... No, 18,640 152,879 16,219
Patent upper leather: 074996 Dressed or dyed furs,n.e.s...No. 64,128 158,713 11,518
031210 Cattle .................... Sq.ft. 6,06 2,879 1,193 07530C Fur wearing apparel ............ No, 2,069 314,857 8,352
031950 Other................... Sq.ft. 76 115 151 07580 Fur waste, fur pieces, and
Lining leather: damaged fur skins .......................... 137,497 43,449
032100 Sheep and lamb .......... .Sq.ft. 23,942 34,852 28,172 0739001 Ar manufactures,n.e.s ...................... 300,963 50,775
032300 Other ..................... Sq.ft 1,888 431 219
032400 Sole leather (bends, backs, and ANIAL OILS AND GREASES, INEDIBLE
sides......................... Lb. 412,36 168,355 414,996
Boot and shoe cut stock: 080300 Neat's-foot oil ................ Lb. 7,271 1,789 8,564
032700 Soles, outer........... Do.prso 147 408 647 080901 Lard oil ...................... Lb ....................................
032800 Other cut stock ................. .......... 2,148 7,549 080905 Sperm and whale oil ............ Lb. 198,198 17,268 200,610
033000 belting leather..............Lb. ,396 4,926 5,597 080988 Inedible animal oils, n.e.s ... Lb. 1,030 397 1,169
033210 Sole, welting, and belting 081900 Fish oils, except medicinal .... Lb. 424,809 48,738 450,980
leather offal ................. Lb. 13,000 37,722 123,538 084300 Grease stearin ................. Lb. 49,476 2,435 55,998
Glove and garment leather: 084700 Oleic acid, or red oil ......... Lb. 25,735 3,909 28,951
(Hat leather included): 084900 Stearic acid ................... Lb. 142,768 22,592 144,341
033650 Sheep and lab ...........Sq.ft 1,17 43,445 22,391 085700 Tallow, inedible............... Lb. 573,S79 66,271 615,462
033850 Pig and hog .............. Sq.ft. 11,167 4,561 1,380 083805 Hog grease and wool grease ..... Lb. 115,797 18,683 125,516
035950 Other .................... Sq.ft 53,331 11,313 7,697 085998 Inedible animal greases and fats
03500 Upholstery and automobile (except lubricating greases),
leather .................. Sq.ft ,12 15,307 15,861 n-e- ......................... Lb. 196,538 21,410 201,o63
035650 Case, bag and strap leather
(handbag leahter, except OTHER 114EDIBLE ANIMALS AND
reptilian, aquatic, and ANIMAL PRODUCTS
fancy included) ............ Sq.ft. 14,67 3,409 1,7968
035700 Reptilian and aquatic leather, Animals:
for all purposes .............. Lb. 334 42 346 Horses:
035900 Leather and tanned skinsn.e.e... ...... 77,172 205,513 090000 For breeding ............... No. 18 8,120 17,000
090100 Other ...................... No. 1,269 138,571 1,244,100
LEATERh090300 Mules, asses, and burros ..... No. 188 24,210 139,735
090900 Live animals, n.e~s ........... .......... 38,599 53,249
080000 Leather welting.....................21,579 21,288 092500 Feathers, crude, not dressed.. .Lb. 10,374 13,144 151,541
Boots, shoes, and other footwear 092900 Feathers, dressed, and manuwith leather uppers: facturers of feathers ...................... 24,356 51,628
SMote and shoes 093500 Bristles, sorted, bunched or
0 Mcs e : prepared ...................... Lb. 213 5
084510 MKay sewed.............Pair 34,7 90,745 115,754 Glue of animal origin:
064330 Welt ..................Pir 161,907 553,563 625 ,691 094205 Gasein glue ................. Lb. 71,148 15,961 78,387
064540 Stithdown ............... Pair B,037 8,267 8,029 084288 Other ........................ Lb. 280,229 61,126 297,725
064590 Otner................. Pair 34,882 200,608 228,637 099905 Casein, inedible ............... Lb. 3,663 1,167 3,690
064600 Youths' and boys' .......... Pair 36,514 119,921 126,826 089923 Mother-of-pearl shells,
Women's and misses'- unmanufactured ................ Lb ..................................
064710 1 cKay sewed ............. Pair 251,883 521,423 433,880 099925 Others shells, unmsnufactured..Lb. 965 1,089 I,010
064730 Welt .................... Pair 7,407 28,609 12,831 099 Animal products, inedible, n.e. ............. 60,465 182,952
064740 StiLchdown ............. Pair 8,309 17,456 13,908
064799 With cemented soles ..... Pair 37,085 174,797 80,180 GROUP 1.-VEGETABLE FOOD
084795 Other ................. Pair 17,129 40,125 24,308 PRODUCTS AND BEVERAGES ................. 64,229,622 1,359,208,158
064800 Infants' and children's.. .PFair 31,437 47,221 29,379
065000 Slippers and moccasins for GRAINS AND PREPARATIONS
housewear, all leathers ..... Pair 1,50 2,873 1,804
Boots, shoes, and other footwear,
with uppers of materials except 1010 Barley (hu. 49 lbs.) ...........BU, 1e8,896 278,964I 9,094,859
leather: 101300 Malt (bu. 34 lbs.) ............ Bu 413,818 921,901 14,264,804
065610 Leather-soled ............... Pair 8,828 16,462 8,133 102100 Buckwheat (BU. 48 lbs.) ........Bu 9 15i 410
065690 Other....................... Pair 38,009 61,822 44,045 103100 Corn (bu. 56 lbs.) ............. Bu 2,914,200 3,950,925 165,208,780
063900 Discontinued models, old styles, 103200 Cornmeal (bbl. 196 lbs.) ...... Bbl 16,126 102,736 3,172,957
and second-hand shoes ............... 367,045 1,187,758 103300 Homy and corn grits.......... Lb. 2,414,123 95,892 Z,427,518
067200 Leather gloves and rittens.Doz.prs 528 6,174 5,864 103300 Grain Gorghums (Bu. 56 lb.) .... Bu 2,182,254 3,433,048 122,419,990
066D0 Leather belting, new ........... Lb. 7,487 160,626 103,802 103700 Corn cereal foods ready to eat.Lb 221,976 25,979 314,752
058510 Harness, saddlery and whips ................. 198,582 274,010 104100 Oats (bu. 52 lbs.5 ............. Bu. 23,108 22,132 742,387
omen's and children's handbags, Oatmeal, groats, and rolled oats:
pocketbooks, and purses: 104300 In bulk, sacks, or bags...... Lb. 3,144,408 160,443 3,295,412
068800 Leather ..................... No. 6,619 29,183 9,742 104400 In packages, cases, or
)6690C Other materials .............. No. 32,94 92,138 37,078 cartons ..................... Lb. 6,948400 452,139 8,389,088
Card oases, change purses, 105500 Paddy or rough rice............ Lb. 1,243,250 50,949 1,243,266
wallets, and similar articles: 105700 Milled rice (including brown rice,
069200 Leather ...................... No, 30,360 42,853 7,109 broken rice and rice
069300 Other materials ............. No. 8,38 2,744 1,402 screening) ................... Lb. 32,916,162 2,100,698 33,219,859
Luggage and related articles: 105800 Rice flour, meal and polish ...Lb 79,700 5,755 80,452
069510 Leather...................No. 1,9.1 9,30 8,222 109100 Rye (bu. 56 lbs.S ............. Bu. 742,444 1,204,589 41,C97,512
069590 Other materials ............ No. 20,061 24,328 45,774 107100 Wheat (bu. 60 lbs.) ...........B 4,726,201 9,549,112 283,688,204
Belts (worn on the person): 107300 heat, wholly of United
069710 Leather........ ........................ 47,899 20,481 States wheat............... Ct 1,690,318 3,704,392 170,012,031
069790 Other materials........... 450...0........... 3,10 21,684 107400 heat flour, not wholly of
069890 Leather wearing apparel, except U. S. wheat .................. Ct 429,242 1,631,781 43,086,090
belts, gloves, and footwear ...... 15,779 6,181 10700 Macaroni and spaghetti products.L 596,707 60,386 682,791
069900 Leather manufactures,n.e.s....... .......... 78,749 067,891 107600 Bicuits and crackers .......... Lb 5,726,49S 1,020,341 7,246,676










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C our ol ty ~ ,sara .Ay],
y *es t .0cs at Ine Value code .>. ardity descriptio .d unit ..et value
ed (do t-of uantity r tcy 1 rs )










....... .... 40 7,835 ',cc..S 5
I .. ........... ............576,762 1,,71,,1



....... ... .. .. .........:...6 5
ure .:::... .....1b. C, 5 1 100,9 9,640,0


1. .....:.a,416c9 .17. :. 496 61 9 1;7
%Re .rac>' ...... .............. ,b5
1. .....Tonr...................... 4. ,7 '_7,126 1 ,250
1. .4.. .. .1 1 40 4 00a .... r. .... ....... L .4 2 592 6,4 5,557
1 1 a ................ .... .T1n 69 4,69 155,47 2 e s................ b. 2. .
....... ............L.Ton ,330C .....................Lb. 4,2 1,775 5,515
11 > ...... .......... L.Ton ...37. .. le Lb....... 76d an, e1,por2ed
112429 r..... .......... L.Ton 14 2,91 121,7 its, s............... Lb. 4,729 1,693 5,651
11402C Fis neal for feed ......... .L.Ton 1,1 1l. s fre!., dried or 0ter11 ixed dairy and poultry e prepared ...... .......Lb. 13,029 5,183 15,514
feed*..................... L.Ton 17,327 1,?68,91 9,0'4,856 rned fruits:
r shells............ L..1 on 1,665 17,339 3,738,479 22X rapefruit.................Lb. 459,928 19,858 575,142
4 e ..i "1 13 ganberries.................Lb. 40 6 45
e fee~...............L.Ton 129 1,6.7 .97,584 3400 rOter canned berries........ Lb. 4,693 926 5,896
11 1 Ro. for na. :: feed.......L.Ton 65 8,219 14,31 150 Apples and apple sauce.......Lb. 1,378 7,420 72,776
11900. ret fee s..................ton 111 p142 24Graps7 3610 Orpe.......................Lb. .......... .......... .............
199.0 Fee-n, n. .......... ......L.Tn 323 15,117 733,515 40 Apricests...................Lb. 1,412,934 195,289 1,767,662
C410 -erries...... ...........Lb. 2,460 5,493 $3,702
EB A.11 PREP1l1I.:SD13LE 420 2 rurnes and luns... ......Lb. 42,030 ",014 54,295
120110. lans, drp, ripe..............Lb. 4,.27,869 370,071 4,b74,366 43 Peacnes.....................Lb 2,012,320 330,190 2,567,924
120150. Sea eans..................Lb. 16, 06 1, 4 ers......................Lb. 1,4 ,654 123,989 1,894,488
120213 Cowpeas, dry, ce. ........Lb. 540 41 541 1P450. ..ne ....s. ...Lb. 193,277 22,341 243,955
120215 Chick-pe-s (garbanzos), dry, '4 "X) Fruit for salad.............Lb. 24,667 35,424 333,054
ripe........................ Lb. 11,396,114 914,493 11,114,937 134700 Canned fruits, n.e.s.........Lb. 1,970 2,719 21,164
110219 Peas, try ripe, ecept cowpeas 134390 Freserv.? frui:t, jelliez,
a chickpeas................ .Lb. 32,062,788 2,149,355 32,290,529 and jams......... ...........Lb. 791,492 133,855 976,766
120210 Seed peas.....................Lb. 20,06 2,548 20,111 135002 Fruit pulp...................Lb. 2,509,641 16,172 1,885,045
Vegetables, fresh or frozen: 135096 Other fruit preparations.......b 138,196 11,591 176,453
120700 eans....................... Lb. 593,104 57,870 045,606
120800 Onions.....................Lb. 3,075,177 175,537 3,108,619 NUTS
120900 Peas, green..................Lb. 107,304 10,942 0,679
121000 Peppers....................Lb. 141,706 ,X,765 ,YI 137400 Apricots and peach pits and
121100 Potatoes, white.............Lb. 26,551,491 748,050 -7,t kernels.....................-Lb. ........... ........... ............
121200 Tomatoes...................Lb. 10,747,-87 772,974 1 ,1,4' 13710 Peanuts, shelled...............Lb. 768,918 147,558 782,116
132410 Cabbage..........Lb. 3,460,672 145,0 2, 137550 Peanuts, not shelled.. Lb. 70,025 11,019 70,464
122420 Carrots.....................Lb. 7,999,563 337,444 ,71,7 137610 Pecans, shelled... ..........Lb. 32,190 26,442 34,105
122450 Celery.....................Lb. 2,117,075 194,149 9 137650 Pecans, not shelled...........Lb, 400 154 418
122440 Lettuce.....................Lb. 1,59, 0 8 6,12 1 137710 Walnuts, shelled...............Lb. 6,910 5,599 7,958
322450 Spinach.................... Lb. 93,874 7,045 ,243 137750 Walnuts, not shelled...........Lb. 79,425 24,167 80,190
122470 Seest potatoes...............Lb. 27,759 2,399 ,594 137903 Almonds, sweet.................Lb. 11,445 6,578 12,806
122490 Fresh or frozen vegetables, 137905 Brazil or cream nuts..........Lb.............................
n.e.s.......................Lb. 1,2FO,467 6,558 1,376,174 137907 Filberts.......................Lb. 1,019 772 1,089
124100 Asparaus..................Lb. 136,954 $6,967 141,291 137995 Nuts and preparations, n.es....Lb. 89,245 26,660 117,164
124200 Baked beans and Pork and Seansi 9,031,249 778,199 10,525,828
124300 Corn.........................Lb. 135,253 15,842 172,865
124400 Peas.........................Lb. 10,492,66 969,094 12,234,679 VEGETABLE OILS 180 FATS, EDIBLE
124500 Soups........................Lb. 766,409 124,652 952,249
124600 Tomatoes.....................Lb. 2,100,979 223,677 3,371,58 142000 Coconut oil, refined..........Lb. .......... .......... ............
124700 tot pae and puree.......Lb. 7,96 -.9, 1,168,009 9,101,335 142500 Cottonseed oil, refined........Lb. 134,431 28,267 190,12
124800 Tooato -uice.................Lb. 204,190 16,597 274,590 143000 Soybean oil, refined, except
124910 Beans, string or stringless..Lb. 4,64. 4,641 442,311 5,15,295 lecithin-refined..............Lb. 5,196,329 491,014 3,462,534
124930 Lisa Seans...................Lb. 4,8 665 6,513 143100 Peanut oil.....................Lb. 24,021 4,432 28,199
124950 Spinach..................Lb. 997,880 81,485 1,038,194 144100 Corn oil.....................Lb. 3,068 879 5,554
124990 Canned vegetables and juices, 144200 Cocoa butter...................Lb. 45,714 12,727 47,503
n.ees...................... Lb. 8,63F,957 ?44, 57 10,759,236 144700 Cooking fats, except lard......Lb. 281,80 60,847 554,933
18002 Pickles, cuounber.............b. 998,401 194,988 1,283,602 144901 Olive oil, edible.............Lb. 11,434 11,004 19,341
125100 Ketchup, chili sauce, and other 144902 Sunflower seed oil, edible.....Lb. 112,495 19,124 132,108
tomato table sauces..........Lb. 254,169 50,41 490,387 144902 Palm and palm-kernel oil, edible
125210 Mayonnaise and salad dressinps.Lb. 31,.9 7,930 53,099 or refined....................Lb. 1,632 296 1,832
125295 Olives.......................Ib. 39,856 1 30 93,797 144904 Rapeseed oil, refined. Lb............ .......... ............
135298 Sauces and relishes, se.5._.Lb. 2,233,396 44,811 2,788,51' 144905 Vegetable stearin..............Lb. .......... .......... .............
131300 Vinegar.....................Gal. 69,499 31,584 806,325 144998 Edible vegetable oils and
12900 Yeast, except liquid..........Lb. 264,130 2,217 283,051 fats, n.e.s...............Lb. 5,716 2,295 6,555
125901 Debydrated soups...............Lb. 423,884 .9,28 520,470
125902 Dehydrated vegetables..... ..t. 3,,602 2," 4,1l0 4,760,275
121905 Farinaceous substances.........Lb. 1.3,150 l<, "? 161,95 9 TABLE REVAGE MATERIAIS
121911 Soybean flour, edible..........Lb. 6,713,991 424,425 6,821,171
125998 Vegetable preparations, n.e.s..... .......... 17,64 1,82,073 150100 Cocoa beans....................Lb. .......... .......... ........
150200 Cocoa, powered..............Lb. 48,761 12,073 65,647
FRUITS AND PREPAR.AT1IOS 150300 Chocolate.................... Lb. 68,939 18,770 78,060
150500 Tea...........................Lb. ................................
Frunts, fresh or :rozen: 151100 Coffee, green................Lb...
5313 -n.s......................e..................... ............. 151200 Coffee, roasted..............Lb. 6,029 22,628 125,52
130200 rap efrut.................be 131,137 555,292 11,523,305 151500 Table beverage materials,
1320 Ine- cn and line .............s 43,17 349,713 5,431,760 n.e.s.......................Lb. 18,253 18,739 81,849
23212'. ra.s BOX taries. 118,911 ,414,899 47,140,484
1502 P iepples.................box 4,686 45,95 SPICES
1390 res......................II. *0*, 214,44 1,123,581
13100 Apl* a ass............1........ .......... ............ 154901 Capsicum......................Lb. 671 347 894
11 r .. ......... , 5629 154902 Cinnamon......................Lb. 13,254 6,130 15,598
1,14 ;.'* -rs.......1:'..... ..... .......... 154903 Cassia.........................Lb. 110 S6 139
111'A be .... ....... >9 154905 Cloves, unground..............Lb. ................................
1.4 ;,-. -...... ....... 14. ". ,i- ,,44 154907 Nutemegs,unground...............Lb. .................................
.......... 7 5 ,7 c 154911 Pepperunground................ Lb..................................
.. ...... ...... 1: ,1 154915 Panplabuns................Lb..................................
1., ,-.. 17, 15 154998 Spices, nes.................Lb. 323,033 76,376 I 6,456















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Commodity Shipping Commodity Shipping
code No. Commodity description and unit Net Value code No. Commodity description and unit Net Value
(Sched- of quantity quantity (dollars) weight (Sched of quantity quantity (dollars) weight
pounds) (ce (pounds)
ule B) le B)


GROUP l.-VEGETABLE FOOD GROUP 2.-VEGETABLE PRODUCTS,
PRODUCTS .90 BEVEAGES--Cont. INEDIBIZ, EXCEPT FIBERS
;:.,C :O--C continued

SUGAR kD RELATED PRODUCTS RUBBER (NATURAL. ALLIED GUMS, AND
SYNTHETICS) AND I ANUFACTURES-Cont.

161910 Sugar, refined................. Lb. 30,638,387 1,830,502 31,496,111 204700 p .....: .................. Do. 94 $11 104
161950 Sugar, raw ..................... Lb. 50,000 2,120 50,250 204800 Robber b ........-.......... Lt ,0968 5,65S 7,071
1829W Molasses ...................... Gal. i18 1,468 204900 Rubber or sers, except wcil
Confectionery: -I,- ......................... Lb m,069 29,765 43,691
163400 Chocolate candy .............. Lb. 310,112 99,964 360,336 Harl rubber 0oeds, -xe-,
163500 Other candy .................. Lb. 1,096,558 318,934 1,547,077 'iw huofries:
163700 Confections and desserts, Eletrio'l
n.e......................Lb. 940,386 268,774 1,120,491 205300 ...ry te............. No. 13, 67 1,497 175,644
163900 Chewing gum .................... Lb. 106,306 65,100 136,910 205400 Ct r electrical hard rubber
164200 Honey .......................... Lb. 11,527 2,656 16,443 o ............... Lb 115,220 28,92 127,899
Glucose, except pharmaceutical 20500 f .cd............ D, a....................................
dextrose or glucose: 205900 Other hard rubber goods .......... .......... e,711 14,408
164300 Liquid ....................... Lb. 1,5,104 66,825 1,480,034 Tires and inner tubes:
164400 Dry .......................... Lb. 615,84 36,845 625,628 Automobile casings:
164700 Sirup .......................... Gal. 21,058 15,564 252,143 206000 Truck and bus casings ..... No. 154,341 5,503,466 11,461,873
206200 Other automobile casings... No. 21,107 2S4,895 603,529
BEVERAGES 206300 Automobile inner tubes ....... No. 96,507 325,358 777,096
206400 Other basins and tubes...... No. 37,055 275,469 500,513
170100 Malt extract and malt sirup, Solid tires:
except medicated .............. Lb. 479,122 39,278 517,981 206600 For autosobiles and trucks.No. 1,143 31,551 69,119
Malt liquors: 206700 Other solid tires .......... Lb. 14,412 4,862 14,864
170200 In bottles ................ Gal. 1,051,441 568,624 13,059,762 Tire sundries and repair materials:
170300 In cans................... Gal. 164,175 75,675 1,418,350 206905 Camelback .................. Lb. 229,424 52,313 270,439
170600 In other containers ......... Gal. 4,12 4,035 67,000 206998 Other ........................ Lb. 254,927 140,622 316,478
Distilled spirits: 208400 Rubber and friction tape, except
171400 Rum ...................... Pf.gal. 208 1,238 5,677 medicated ..................... Lb. 101,682 40,717 124,805
17160 Whisky ................. Pf.gal. 48,675 172,287 665,919 Rubber and balata belts
17190 Other distilled liquors and and belting:
compounds containing 206500 Fan belts for automobiles. ... Lb. 79,622 71,557 101,245
spirits ................. Pf.gal. 2,568 18,639 53,764 208600 Other rubber and balata
175000 Wines ......................... Gal. 17,745 42,701 265,856 belts and belting ........... Lb. 1,112,591 657,146 1,189,378
176100 Mineral waters, natural and Rubber hose and tubing:
artificial ................... Gal. 2,169 1,886 36,262 208700 Garden hose ................. Lb. 10,908 3,260 11,310
176600 Sirups and flavors for 208800 Other hose and tubing ...... Lb. 602,022 329,345 690,056
beverages ................... Gal. 186,686 406,560 2,931,022 209500 Rubber packing ................. Lb. 176,782 91,192 194,17
Fruit juices: 209400 Uats, matting, flooring, and
177200 Pineapple ................... Gal. 4,934 4,096 52,996 tiling ...................... Lb. 25,450 14,935 33,190
177500 Grapefruit ................ Gal. 46,505 27,045 497,266 Rubber tread:
177600 Orange ...................... Gal. 239,843 792,360 2,357,245 209510 Bare or uncovered ............ Lb. 1,065 7,373 5,652
177900 Fruit juices, n.e.s ......... Gal. 80,449 102,428 1,179,400 209520 Textile covered.............. Lb. 276 1,127 544
176000 Beverages, n.e.s .............. Gal. 12,663 5,6.1 128,213 209600 Gutta-percha manufactures ...... Lb. 4,626 5,15 6,327
209800 Latex or other forms
GROUP 2.-VSEGETABLE PRODUCTS, compounded or processed for use
INEDIBLE, EXCEPT FIBERS in further manufacture ........ Lb. 322,031 80,412 355,649
AN WOOD ................................. 39,970,257 169,412,674 209990 Rubber and synthetic rubber
manufactures, n.e.c .............. ... .........141,947 141,772
RUBBER (NATURAL, ALLIED GUZ, AND NAVAL STORES, GUMS, AND RESINS
SYNTPECICS) AND LANUFACTURFS
Nawea1 stores:
Crude rubber and Allied Gums: 219000 Gum rosin .................... Lb. 1,140,206 7@,835 1,186,670
200100 Crude rubber ............... Lb ................ ............ 212100 Wood rosin,except'6B Wood osis dji 3,517,489 146,392 3,626,995
200400 Balata ...................... Lb .................................. 211400 Gum spirits of turpentine ...Gal. 155,245 141,917 1,255,191
200600 Other ........................ Lb ................................... 211510 Wood turpentine ............. Gal. 53,044 39,992 n9s, 39
Synthetic rubbers: 211610 Other terpene hydrocarbons
200901 BunaS-copolymers of Butadiene derived from naval stores..Gal. 12,161 7,829 905,633
and styrene. ............... Lb. 15,683,125 5,613,320 16,280,563 211710 Pine oil, products, and
200903 Butyl-copolymers of Isobutylene derivatives ............... Gal. 99,632 67,595 866,481
and Isoprene, or other 211800 Tar and pitch of wood ........ Lb. 772,964 38,893 813,834
diolefins ................... Lb. 341,000 122,960 456,240 212500 Tall oil (liquid sulphate
200904 Neoprene-Polymers of wood resin) ................... Lb. 402,43 7,479 410,068
Chloroprene ................. Lb. 1,439,091 693,607 1,47t,615 Other gms and resins:
200905 Buna-f-copolymers of Butadiene 119000 Chicle ....................... Lb. 126,265 106,520 136,794
and acrylonitrile .......... Lb. 33,909 16,255 35,605 216600 Shellac (bleached, and
209906 Thickol-organic polysuifides.Lb ................................... unbleached) ................ Lb. 179,337 77,356 190,800
20090 Pluisobutylene-Polymers of 218505 Lao, crude (seed, button,
Isoutylene.... ..........Lb. 87,941 !3,397 101,426 and stick) .................. Lb. 2,952 1,624 3,006
200998 Synthetic rubbers, n.e.s ..... Lb. 468 337 467 216909 Rosin, n.es................. Lb. 179,573 19,058 196,485
201100 Rubber, reclaimed .............. Lb. 2,374,55 13,01 2,377,591 21 Gum benzoin ................. Lb. 2 7 40
201200 Rubber scrap................. Lb. 1,072,661 36,992 1,078,240 216995 Natural gums and resins, refined
201400 Rubber cement ................. Gal. 26,219 36,014 229,764 modified in condition.... Lb. 142,913 61,030 159,922
201600 Rubberized automobile oloth.Sq.Yd. 14,756 12,742 29,561 1999 Natural guns and resins,crudslb. 105,144 22,254 108,621
201700 Rubbericed piece goods and
hospital sheeting, n.e.s ...Sq.Yd. 197,180 99,864 142,057 DRUGS, HERBS, LEAVES,
Rubber footwear: A14D ROOTS, CRUDE
203100 Boots ....................... Pair 47,791 191,503 333,438 210100 Cascara bark ................... Lb. 37,722 -1,431 46,268
205200 Rubber shoes ............... Pair 16,312 I1,462 29,942 220500 Ginseng ........................ Lb. 559 5,067 696
203400 Canvas shoes with rubber 220600 Mandrake root .................. Lb, 905 3,885 1,186b
soles .................... Pair 393,324 769,132 841,001 220904 Cinchona bark ...............Lb........... .......... ..............
205600 Rubber soles ............. Dozoprs. 45,766 74,656 317,474 220911 Hyoscyamus (Henbane) ........... Lb. 357 396 371
203700 Rubber heels .............. Doz.prs. 21,175 24,345 103,102 220919 Pyrethrum (insect flowers) ..... Lb. ..................................
203600 Rubber soling and toplift 22098 Crude drugs, herbs, leaves, and
sheets ....................... Lb. 84,980 19,545 91,524 roots, n.e.s .................. Lb 159,983 105,997 176,234
203900 Rubber gloves and mittens.Doz.prs. 23,562 9,302 65,373
Druggists' rubber sundries, except OILSEEDS
surgeons' and household gloves:
204000 Water bottles and fountain 221000 Soybeans, except canned .... .Lb 56,002,6E7 2,982,429 58,014,144
syringes .................... No. 77,608 36,582 64,855 222001 Castor beans ................... Lb ............................
204200 Other druggists' rubber 222002 Cottonseed ..................... Lb 68,240 P 4,046 .. .9,1
sundries ...................................222,850 162,529 222003 Flaxseed ..................... Lb 6,740 SO0 6,7?6
204300 Clothis- of rubber or of rubber- 222020 Hemp, perilla, poppy, rape, and
ied cloth ................... Doz. 4,174 24,560 14,271 sunflower seeds; and palo nuts
204500 Rubber balloons .............. Gross 186 4,693 2,448 and palm kernels............Lb 1,190 243 1 239
204600 Ruber toys and balls, except 222030 Copra ........................ Lb.........
dolls, golf, and tennis balls .............. 573 426 222098 Other oilseeds ................. Lb .....










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code N0. Connodity descrip tion and srt Net Vue l.g code Xeo. Cco(t er-,tio and unit Not Value S5i]
(Sihed- of qantiz, quantity l1.rsl..hd- Of ',,7 sly uantity (Iollers) (on


GROK ..OE7LE PsODUC7S, 717 ..CX7. 71127,





Expressedl ci' an: fte, indeible: Teo, nn'oae -o~(e
22.3000 Coconut oil cru de...... Lb. 3,248 F44 6,7122 Leafto o-o 1n d
225100 Cottonseed oil, crude ... Lh. 120 54 140 2676 'iuc ............... ~1610 5,1
223200 Linseed oil,...........L. s7,632 Lx), 97 6407,943 2670 Leecc e oco... oi,11 2t' 5,h
224801 Fatty acids of vegetable a0.nee ~ 1,,sd
or, -n ................... Lb. zq,5f7 4,207 3317S5 r.......... .. ., 4 A 1 ,2
Ist~l oil foots- 6710 Clo o ............... ,7 .,7 B75
22401 Olveoil .................Lb. S9 53 53 26130,1 Por.-eln totte.....1,46 5,2
24,s or...................Lb.- Fg,66 t3,796 59,6n5 I" '05(r Per~in 1 ~o- .r-d1. .......... ...........................
46' V et5eSnap stock Lb. 173,721 7,994 95,676 I70 Tob cco 'r~o] ~0"e
,,4e2 .or oi, arnerojal ,502 B$304 2B 6.6 (it1' n cutt',
-24112 .moil Crude .............. Lb ...........n .................................ic -e.........b12X 197
0240 l 'e..nt oil, crude.... ....... Lb. 42 70 .. "*74 "6..0..b..... .. .X .O -.A 4 .. 4,540
72440 Perlil oil, inedible ....Lb .........................................To:hocoete'~s
2296 tpseed ands oltielco oil, 261000 C~r ~,~ ............. ... t 7,44 4,204x
i.,edible................-Lb. .o, 96B le,50 101,612 262,200 igrte.....................51,72 4,4 1,87
224510 Twcn oil ...........Lb. 1,136,418 443,407 1,271,094 26 550 Cbevengi 1o 11Snuff .... Lb. 117 5 '1t14,4
224912 Soybean oil, crude ...........Lb. 1;62,724 65,445 714,096 262So00 smoiss zocoi n 7~]. 2,9 4,1
224915 Clive oil, inedible, except 209S0 3n 1n ..o. ooi 1 Lb. c.' 771 145,97
sulphured or toots ..........L................................ .
224925 Palm and pal-kernel oil, 714. 024.
crude-........... *..........Lb ...................................... .......~ E27,1.10
224950 lunfolseer Seed oil,
inedible ...... .............Lb .............................................tarch:
224998 other expressed oils and fats, 281100 Cornstarch n n or, floor
inedible ...... ............ Lb. 26,597 6,529 41,562 (edijble incot. 'ed) .......... 10,061,541 690,942 1-,750,621
Essential sils, natural: 261500 Other sto.r( edt
226800 Peperent ...................9b. p4,993 677,887 107,111 included ..................i. b 4, ,597 149,4 .91
226900 Spearmint and other Sint oils, 293100 hooncOrn. ............ ......L.7 t in A3,437 07,5
n.e s....................I. Lh. 1,046 4,944 1,472 762100 Brooms ....................... D.. 717 i 2,5 19,9
227100 Citrus oils .................Lb. 9,195 30,276 11,554 2952.00 hoes--.......................Lb. 156,025 175,054 251,415
227909 oil of citronella ............Lb. 1,140 1,192 1,-,21 299905 Vegetable tlilow and 000 (enocept
227905 Lemon grass oil .............Lb. 42.9 105 $16 for~ 0007 Ftcoh.............Lb. AC, 127 21,724 (15,615
227999 Other essential oils, 0 99991 pop extract.. .................b. 1,3i 5,015 6284
natural ........... .........Lb. 41,714 142,722 65,590 29993 Vegetab'e ivC o -o iuts..Lb. 11%,000O 4,940 7200
228000 Blended, compounded, or mixed 049995 Dye ing sodI tm ,g neri 7s,
perfume-flavor oils, except crude ................. .......... ..............,79 5q 0,759
synthetic atroatic comtpounda 75,'o F17,106 104,201 299999 Indeible sv--sl 'o ; dcts,r..-. .............102,577 1,494,632

VEGETABLE DYEING A10) T772.270 GROUP FIBERS11L1 A2ND2 27
EXTRACTS .,1. 22e............. ............. 71,144,262 207,909,042

221100 Logotood extract ................Lb. 42,519 11,751 60,674 COl'i 7,U 6IACTURED
225100 Chestnut extract ..............LB. 5(Y-,152 06,956 600,1994 Ree cotton, I~e lIters:
225905 Boebracho extract. .... I...... Lb 77,200 7,472 791,04 200005 Seroer 5777; _n (Pia) and
225998 Vegetable dyeing and tanning Soa I 5 ............ Lb ............................. ......
extracts, n.e.s .............-Lb. 567,977 54,298 ri14,247 5]O97-'6 k-oerican Ea7'tian (Pima,) and
Seo Island. ..............RoBle........... .......................
SEEDS, EXCEPT OILSEEDSS 700205 Upland, sta length 1-1/9
inches and over ..............Lb 905 ,044 214,695 927,504
Grass and tield seeds: 300206, Noland, sta, Sc length 1-1/9
240100 Alfalfa ...................... 4,3 1,559 4,276 inches and ver ............Bale 0,740 .. .. ......
240200 Red clove................. b 96,940 24,967 98,095 300201 Upi~nd, stap le length 1-1/6
240500 Alsike clover ......... .....b 2,279 972 2,204 up to hot nt i-ncl'ding 1-1/9
240400 Other clever .................Lb. 3,0)02 1,191 3, C? inches-................Lb W0,197,167 7,172,494 20,149,452
240600 Thc(....................~2 10,75045 199 00302 UIpland, tale length 1-1/16.
240700 Kentucky blue orass,....Lb. 74,733 22,442 75,80 u7 to. but not including 1-1/9
240900 ted top ..... ....... ........ Lb. 0 ; 27559~ inches ............ Sale 64,7589....
241910 Sugar Beet seed. .............Lb. 50,2 46 9,3C9 50,E4, 29)0505 Upland4, Staple length under
7 41920 Orchard grass need ..........Lb. 19,925 6,222 V00,197 1-1/16 inches ...............Lb. 117,579,209 215,010,061 120,490,131
241920 Fescue Grass seed ........... Lb. 14,071 2,229 14,71 300306 Upland, Staple length wonder
.4 950 Graos seed me...........Lb. 11,0 15,369 -.7,410 1-1/16 inches ..............Bale 228,9189 ............
241990 Field 5e~im, ...es .... Lb. c,17 Is? sap Linters:
246700 Plover seeds..........Lb. U1, 2.1 1,205 12,1 200400 Grades 1 to 9, inclusive.... .1b. 5,767,692 240,901 3,919,815
Vegetah'e -. s: 200401 Grades 1 to 9, inclusie.... .Bale 6,221 ...........
24F,810 Gareot seo.......... ........Lb. 19,651i 28,669 20,F13 Ofl12 IPCUE
24689] Beet seed, except sugar beetCOTNSI UFTRE
se-ed .......................LI 11,509 11, 86 11,974
246892 Onion seed ........ I..... I.... Lb. 996 2,265;: 1,074 300600 Cotton pulp ..................Lb. 409,065 35,393 409,395
246692 Radish -ceo................Lb. 02, 100 7,499 IS ,66] 200900 Cotton rags, except paper
14694 Rutabaga and tiimeip Seed...Lb. 5,174 20,7 5,3F1 Stock.-.....................Lb. 1,572,922 62,909 1,161,992
24 S9 pinach seed ....... ... .....-Lb. 45,.234 14,65' 44,sOhO 500900 Cotton batting, unglazed -adding ,
246996 Sweet corr, seS......... Lb. 21 ,174V 13,121 27,991 carded cotton nd roying..Lb. 114,625 27,590 125,934
7466 Vegetable --r" s....Lb. 264,5Z6 20)7,462 277,10 Cotton nil 1aste:
2410 Seels, n-"ts s. ,oss-..o 14,502 4,.'1 16,934 3M300 Cotton hqrS! to tes of yarns and
threads, 4,c] wi tpinC..Lb. (5,6]" 19,256 179,194
tl'52157 A:, 'Ni]IE'HlE Si 570 201040 Cotton card _trips ....Lb. 41,147 6,007 41,147
501050 Comber ee................Lb. 607, 508 91,970 641,061
253500 Flcowers oa.] ole"', oit, fresh, 201060 Otter soft wastes-.......... Lb. 965,921s 6105 909,080
and preseroeod.......... ......... ...........19,414 26,777 Cottont yarnl for .enufietflrinf
25995 duln rom I -, ot, pier]", easd 501110 Carded ya-n, "ery.......... Lb. 412,069 221,077 461,258
sCedIuirg...... ........11..... NO. 2,53,69 c,46 99,766 201100 Carded y ro, bleached, colored
1and nooty ............._.Lb. "Sh,696 197,09 414,541
N0(0 ur cry 0an, ;;.o
7 . . 9,206 12,617 5012(y) Vnerried, all kirds-..Lb. Z54,877 295,5025 297222
5050 'oobed, except Ci- old or

TORA14 7- ;7( ]orre.........I.......Lb. 105,67 74,924 109,9M
7( "31320. Cooled- ,f': el", eoxct
nmaersterMrced................Lb. 45,556 61,595 97,196
Leaf sobtcos
260110 Plue-esee, une.s to-od ... Lb. 19 11,5t, 0 4 23,067l,179 20. I( ;FACTURES
.0( l.c-ored, Itecoed ...Lb. 1,!,91 e,9 1, 922 127
2~7.)0 Boi.............1. ( 773 ,6 (, CottocroeS tsioe, cordag4e
2629 Dars-fired lent~ik 6 ,vI .nd rope:
Tense ...cc ...... Lb. 9, 4153 202 1,745 "t9 502100 SewinE tor ........Lb. $7,730 76,101 77,454
:60400 Dark Virginia Lb....... .44,69b 115,004 501902 0 Cr001, t and 6 o
72+00 lalod and Ohio 00 ort .1 .. 4 704 oO nro 0;o'on-.. 4,722 b,176 ,





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UNITED STATES EXPORTS OF DOMESTIC MERCHANDISE-JUNE 1945-Continued

Commodity Commodity
code No. Comoddity description and unit Net Value code No. Corodity description and unit Net Value Shipping
(Sched of quantity ity (dollars) (weight
(Sched- of quantity quantity (dollars) S(pods hed- of quantity quant (pounds)
uIs B) ule ))


GROUP 3.-TEXTILK FIBERS AiD GROUP 3.-TEXTILE FIBERS AND
AiJUFACTURES--Continued MANUFACTURES-ontinued
COTTON 1,NUFACTU FS--Continued COTTON MANLIFACTL is-Lontinued

Cotton thread, twine corda e Colore .r. fatri --ontinued
and rops-Continued rine goods and cobed cotton fab
501700 Tire cord (on cones or warps)Lb. 41,674 11,7Z6 42,574 rics, bleacte, Jed, printed
301800 Twine, rope, and cordage, flock-dot or cliT;oe-Cont.
except tire cord............ Lb. 167,7T7 95,218 181,079 307900 Cotton and ryon dmixtures
Cotton cloth, duck, and tire (cotton chief vlue)...Sq.yd. 1,077,129 339,412 350,435
fabric: Othercotton f iroc:
501900 All cotton cloth when exported 308000 Knit fabric, in the
to Philippine Islands to be piece.......................Lb. 29,241 26,931 34,111
embroidered od otherwise mian 308200 Table damask, i- the
factured and returned to the piece....................Sq.yd. 29,209 15,549 16,256
United States...........Sq.yd. ................. ............. 308400 Tapestry, and other upholstery
Unbleached (gray) cloth: and drapery a.terils, plain,
Tire-fabrics: Jacsuard 1a : obby-wovw.,.S.yd. 317,300 192,334 166,718
302000 Cord tire fabric ..... Sq.yd. 371,657 164,1 226,602 308700 Plushes...................Sq.yd. 8,071 6,554 6,759
302100 Other tire fabric..... Sq.yd. 112,617 25,17 80,181 308800 Other pile fabrics........ Sq.yd. 191,252 117,646 113,412
Cotton duck: 308950 C tt. .ntc and fabrics,
302500 Heavy filter cloth, hose n.e.c, :olo t:e poswd ...Lb. 247,520 1530,142 268,365
and belting duck.....Sq.yd. 202,215 150,296 319,571 Cotton wearing apparel:
302500 Ounce duck............ Sq.yd. 447,901 340,632 717,040 309000 Handkerchiefs.............. Do, 95,204 122,374 49,085
303600 Numbered duck.........Sq.yd. 15,19q 124,254 264,661 Gloves, cotton, woven, or knit:
Cotton cloth (gray, medium 309110 Work gloves, mits, and
and coarse yarn fabrics: gauntlets, fabric... Doz.prs. 1,659 4,959 4,990
Not over 40 inches wide: 309120 Dress and all other.. .Doz.prs. 118 1,078 170
303110 Drills, twills, and warp Knit goods:
sateens............Sq.yd. 368,995 99,442 157,466 Hosiery
303120 Sheetings...........Sq.yd. 4,199,244 575,245 1,211,569 309300 Women's.............Doz.prs. 30,973 108,113 47,473
Over 4 inches wide: 09400 Children's..........Dosz.prs. 34,079 68,108 31,264
303310 Drills, twills, and warp 309500 Men's...............Doz.prs. 50,090 117,o567 78,000
sateens............ Sq.yd. 254,100 92,501 140,918 Underwear, knit:
303320 Sheetings...........Sq.yd. 688,279 135,491 231,555 309600 Men's and boys'...........Doz. 25,399 97,834 72,596
30C6400 Osnaburgs (all widths)..Sq.yd. 279,70 46,751 107,994 309700 Women's and children's ....Doz. 34,465 116,004 79,677
Printoloth yarn (gray) 309800 Nightwear, knit, women's and
frabic (all widths): children's ................. No. 5,607 4,731 3,638
503600 Tobacco and cheese cloth, 309910 Sweaters, jersey pullovers,
56x2 count and lower and sweat shirts, men's and
constructions ........Sq.yd. 1,649,827 45,869 78,157 boy' .......................No. 300,624 595,346 302,282
308700 Other printcloth yarn fabric 309950 Sweaters and shawls, women's
instructionss, above 36x32 and children's...............No. 12,534 15,902 8,127
count.................S .yd. 417,38 56,968 80,366 309990 Kn t apparel, nes.........No. 95,496 86,200 37,245
313900 Gray cloth, n.e.s........S5.yd. 557,822 82,699 85,994 Garments of woven fabrics:
Finished cloth, bleached, dyed 311300 Jackets and .ind-breakers,
printed, stiffened or other- men's and boys' .............No. 5,827 15,620 11,473
rise converted, ane colored 311400 Overalls, breeches, pants,
-arn fabrics- aprons and men's work
Aot over 40 inches wide: clothing, ne.s.............D 15,576 290,305 280,651
Drills, taills, and warp 311500 Nightwear, men's and boys'...Doz. 1,164 19,792 13,680
sateens: 311610 Underwear, men's and boys'...Doz. 19,161 118,164 61,846
314000 bleached.............Sq.yd. 1,714,715 486,839 675,324 311710 Work shirts ..................Doz. S,205 66,579 37,076
504110 Dyed in the piece....Sq.yd. 2,962,882 1,058,644 1,241,052 311720 Shirts, except work shirts,..
504120 Printed.............. Sq.yd. 731,116 193,346 235,95 omen's and boys'............. Doz. 4,216 981,440 377,839
Sheeting: -12000 Clothing of cotton woven
304210 Bleached.............Sq.yd. 2,774,264 481,115 747,652 fabrics, men's and boys',
504220 Dyed in the piece ....Sq.yd. 1,219,290 230,300 513,778 n.e.s .....................Doz. 17,408 511,198 296,910
304500 Printed..............Sq.yd. ,486,125 716,91 8863,860 512200 Women's dresses and
Over 40 inches wide: ensembles (one, two, and
304510 Drills, twils, and warp three piece as one uniti.....No. 22,772 52,414 16,670
sateens ......... ....Sq.yd. 2,24 107, 11,411 312400 Women's and children's underSneeting: wear and nightwear, except
304610 Bleached.............Sq.yd. ,7 7,17 1257,751 knit........................ Doz. 3,407 26,829 12,590
304710 Dyed and printed.....Sq.yd. 1,031,638 286,,69 511,888 312700 Children's underwear, except
Printcloth yarn fabrics knit ........................ Doz. 5,869 48,822 17,584
(all wt's : 312900 Women's apparel of ,oven
Carded broadcloth: fabrics, n.e.s ............................ 28,359 9,875
304900 Bleached...............Sq.yd. 84,010 185,440 228,953 Cotton narrow fabrics, non304910 Dyed in the piece......Sq.yd. 645,34 150,809 149,358 elastic, not over 12 inches wide:
304920 Printed................Sq.yd. 1,306,882 251,312 272,078 314000 Woven belting for machinery..Lb 91,738 54,328 93,541
350000 Cheescloth and gauze, 316000 Braids, ribbons, trimmings,
bleached or dyed bindinres, lacings, tape labels,
(full pieces)........... Sq.yd. 3,869,922 147,141 253,245 and webbing............................ 90,534 46,660
Printcloth: 316100 Narrow fabrics, n.e.s ........... 49,451 60,195
350110 Bleached...............Sq.yd. 2096,114 298,15 388,715 Cotton house furnishings:
505210 Dyed in the piece...... 5q.yd 669,163 116,662 132,262 Sedding:
305220 Printed................ Sq.yd, 5,186,760 1,0538,668 1,077,163 317100 Bl.nkets...................No. 310,196 394,11F 469,363
Napped fabrics: 317300 uilts, comfortables,and
105510 Cotton flannels, bleached quilted bed-reds .......... No. 1,597 5,657 11,125
or colored..............Sq.yd. 3,422,344 622,789 6,177 Bedspreads:
305590 Other napped fabrics in the 217500 Candlewick, chenille and
piece................... Sq.yd. 100,924 17,583 ?8,219 tufted ................ No. 729 3,640 2,649
Colored yarn fabrics: 317600 Plain, crLnkle, dobby and
3 57 0 Denies...................Sq.yd. 195,208 55,812 95,880 Jacquard woven...........No. 2,970 7,513 7,978
305100 Suitings, teill-coverts, 317800 Bed sheets and pillow
cottonades.............. Sq.yd. 665,60 172,628 294,626 cases....................Dos. 26,453 218,687 461,021
316000 Chambrays cheviots, and 318100 Curtains and draperies, except
shirtings...............Sq.yd. 1,737,092 417,368 438,086 lace........................... ........... 2,041 843
36100 Colored yarn fabrics, 318500 laces, embroideries, and articles
n.e. ................... Sq.yd 1,529,492 420,528 451,104 thereof, n.e.s............ ......... 275,160 109,187
306200 Colored duck and awning 318700 Terry-woven towels, wash cloths,.
cmaterials............... Sq.yd, 24,223 98,496 181,210 and bath mats...............Doz. 68,471 352,379 411.380
Fire ,;ods and combed cotton 218800 Huck, damask and plain woven
fabrics, bleanched dyed, towels and toa:eling ....................... 233,416 151,578
printed, flock-dot or clipped: 318900 Other house furnishings, n.e.s... ....... 21,689 17,124
306700 Voiles, organdies, lawns Oter fanric'ted products
and batiste, ombed.....Sq.yd. 1,676,101 386,681 234,523 cotton, n.e.s.:
307000 Piques, combed.......... S.yd. 84,908 28,055 20,857 Cotton bags:
307300 Marquisettes, c~mbed....Sq.yd. 1,301,878 224,475 135,179 319110 New.......................Lb. 487,010 279,010 499,224
507400 Canbed and carded 319111 New (quantity only).......No. 2,573,617 ...
goods, n.e.s..........Sq.yd. 4,560,267 1,450,300 1,109,662 31S150 Used and reclaimed bags...Lb. 302,809 94,086 307,:67
507600 Cotton and wool mixtures 11 151 Used nd reclaimed bags
(cotton chief value, not (quantity only) ........No. 767,395 ,....
less than 80 percent cotton 31900 Canvas articles, n.e.s .................... 1,597,633 1,625,533
by .ight .............. Sq.yd. 12,601 8,43 6,437 319900 Cotton manufacturers, n.e.s ................ 154,334 367,443









UNITED STATES EM~RI3 OF DOLESTICJ.VECHANDISE-JUNE 1945-Continued


i Nt VSi r Commodity I
y rr ~ar~ ea Nt. glue t Ce .0 clty3r l4~ ~ui Not Valub

I o tja~ i iyq o n i t y (do l la r s) a i q u a n t i t y (d o l la r s) a v i h l





buS~, -I.- re--otnued

............... L. ton .. .. .... ..p. ... ... .. .. . . . . . . 139,608 39,702
37!02 c l n .L~ar 2i ,' -0 2&9 lina34nyn prl ept
...........-p. _L.ton 39 7' 7, 14 k.r ........................... 151,698 42,S66
30607 Itle of Taric ........ L. ton ..... 540 366998 31a na~ n~cue
.......9 ........ L.to,..... ........... .e ........ r............ 25,209 36,424
............. .ton ...... ... ...I...
37055 L~eyar>' ~ .L.ta-' ...... ....... ...0 .........lio3,..

...9 1 o ee".n L.ton ...........*...... Hair, unanufacturedi
........... .... ....... ....... 71591 Catt.le. ox, calf,. and homse i
3209 F-- L-r u anufactured. hair, new (except ear hair) Lb. 40,666 ,375 41,260
f i b e rs...... L.ton ..... ...I... ...... 329,0 Cattle, ox. and calf tail hair
32 1.- .,tyrn, -ordap-, ani 3-'e.Lh, r7,,92 11,71 21,i new (switches included) ..Lb. 10 2.76 12
1( ........f.....te Lt. 6,1.,0 ,a? 1 -,04 ,, R 99X og hair, new ......... Lb 140,258 130,096 149,010
6- nl03 eeN of-dd71 1 .........n .............,779 36621 Horse mane, and tail hair, raw
3290 ut hr~i n xcptaeaa~dor dressed, ne .............Lb- 2,673 Z,897 3,041
aoer. '' .ter'-en a- 36910 Other hair, wruanufactuoed, raw
lieOr~ aaonr 5~t ~or dressed, ne .............Lb. 51,699 123,694 E6,914
311r3aul.............b. 136,719 22,962 140,017 369610 Hair waste and $Crap hair .... Lb. 36,687 2,249 39, 166
32998 tiler -aae-s-se b 177,3,19 24,687 193,4c;Z 3 69700) Hair felt and manufacture .... Lb. 44,621 6,428 48,46
229919ic Flx(te)arr- 9(. other heir manufactures .......... .............32,264 24,863
sold arr................ Lb. 9,162 11,903 9,41'T7E
2296 cdecle>,Linen ...........I 92630 381 26 SILK AND LZ2JAUM.S
339968 Flax, hepp, s-nd rarde ya"na, tand
mnuf13atw'e, n.e .s.(except 37200 as .......... Lb ............ ........................
twine and :, -sde flax fabrics 371000 'from. organzine, and hard
an 9rlrha.................. ......25,693 486856....................................Lb ....................................
Cod-,taen~etc .Jaute- 371-100 Spun silk ....................Lb ....................................
3412 ll ac-' ai............. Lb 7,920 3g7 3,0 371690 Sewing, embroidery, and crochet
41400 'nli I ordage........ Lb. 7,764 1,960 7,910......................... ...........Lb. 63 995 68
5419(11 F,1 -n- ord,.p......Lb. 619 91) 904 Fabrics wholly or chiefly silk.,
24190i he,,' ad roo'i, 1,rine, cOrd, and 373001 Silk cartridge cloth for powder
cor Ie.......... ....... Lb. 11,94,q 9,133 12,441 bas......................Id ...................................
541901 j. .1 a -noeca-n, ictic or~ 372005 Silk parachute cloth ...Id. 40 20 1
zomeica, oan-n, maguey, pccl, 7,72096 Other broad ailks ...........Id. 931 2,747 181
al'scrtoncard, and 372500 Velvets, flushes, and
corda-e...... ........... Lb. 384,439 70,849 399,260 chenilkes ...............Sq.yd. 13 104 22
341996 other card. ......... ..... Lb. 417 236 453 372900 Stilk and velvet ribbons..lb. 16 108 18
34-1i 0 05u-,........................ Ln 519, 073 24,643 225,65 Wearing apparel:
349909 Sta I or hena luen, istl, or 374100 Underwear ..................No ....................................
7spo.'a, Can'cr, maguey, pannl], Silk dreeaea, skirta, and
and aunt :ra...............Lb. %,070 664 3,514 blouses... ................ho. 1 90 1
bpok. Hosiery249915 Life-savirg aM: l-ances .......... ..............114 83 375400 Woen's and children's
349925 Kanck 'eanfactures, a.c.s ....... ..............3,645 47,903 seamless .............iDoz~prs ...................................
349998 Vegetable fibera aid nanufactiares, 575600 Womns fulla.els. (straw or grasm clar- fashioned............Uotqrs ...................................
r ctures Inc.) ................... .............40,757 191,201 576700 ken's sacks ...... .... Doz.prs ................................
375900 Silk wearung apparel, n.s..
SAM'.C".1 E0(men's, aomen's, and children'! lIOt, UNAX,-TMincluded) .................... .......... ..... .................
379B00 Silk nails and easte ....Lb. 175 1,176 8
2633 Carpet wools ........ .........Lb .......................................378900 Silk manufactures, n.e.s. ......................8,397 3,037
360905 CLothing wool .................Lb. 700,000 229,000 74-2,376 SYNTHETSIC FIBERS AND
,3O>33i3? Combing woaol. ............ .-.Lb.......................... ........ .......... ...UANtJFAC5'8ES
M60911 dair, Angoa .,oat (bum-air)
Cash,re oat, Alpaca, and 383006 Nylon waste and staple fiber. .1. 100 244 120
other like hair ..............Lb. 2,377 6,442 2,703 383007 hayon waste and starle fIber. .1k. 218,797 54,68 230,038
3935009 Other synthetic cut fibhers and
.5001 SEMIMNUFACT'JREI, waste .......................Lb. 1,270 1,07c4 1,250
3c 400 Nylon yarn, monofilo.'ent, bands,
291 200 'ool ras, w-ve- -d Knit..Lb. 24,494 679 24,457 and rope. ...................Lb. 124,432 141,231 188,657
29V5.00 *001, rail, and wste, m01 waste 394007 Spun rayon yarn, single and
kinclele ga~Aetteck, picked, and plied ...................... Lb. S5,244 43,4S7 67,309
carded) ..... .................Lb. 8,369 18,140 93,670 394008 Acetate rayon yarn, monofilamnat
362800 Yaol taps (tops of hair band;, and rove ....... ....Lb. 349,527 297,5 445,673
included) ....................Lb. 797 1,07(1 840 384012 Viscose high-tenacity tire cord
29531 Weot :'arsa....................Lb. 29$,929 423,70-3 321,930 or yami on coes or warps treated, dipped, or entreated ruelI,~ iiANUFSC~llchS cell high-tenacity cord or yarn
included ....................Lb, 967,816 253,162 692,128
Oa~'-'a.ly ar cifly of wool: 28401 Viscose anA uprasmorium
114100 a ia n'sd tIres-s goods .. Lb. 1,198,395 P,485,614 1,888,996 continuous filament yarn,
36-4201 c lt i iee ganda onofilament, bands, and rope,
r) .ti ...a...... Yd. 934,44............. ...... ........ ...ex'ce: t tire card or yarn.a..Lb. 1,234,934 862,666 1.477,843
3645i .......a..i.....-Lb. 15,50 SU 53,06 17,779 384093 Ot her -yntretic yarn, oO145 1 TcalS --tio't" Only) .14. 59,363........................Palai,'n,9545, nod rope .... .Lb. 250 346 392
'24~>' Ce..rccc r............ Lb. 11,602 2,01329 394203 Threadi and yarn for seeing
>33~.. C.w:aaIa aa '- .Sq. yd'. 11,747 94,940 35,657 eabroderl- a, hane-knitting
...... aSI',cc'.aae Lb. 10,229 53,91 11,026 and crechingi ............Lb 3,2 2 ~ 6,W4 4,392
5a4 .,1g1 ~~nfr Flea, oad, aholly ar chiely of
a .....-Lb. 45,709 19,70 45,1t'l synthetic riberi:
36, l ........... Lb. 9909,295 1,240,111 717,269 31)4500 File (velvet,5, etc.) Lb. 165,782 8,660 is,445
386601 Wool blankets (quantity onh3)..No. 170,798............. ............. 384501 File (velvets, etc .)Suantity
I is r s'-l: anly ....................aq.yd. Z3,956 ..... ......
1167300 al a- Ia .u',tsa....Lioz. 515 13,328 5,8919 384920 Upholstery and drapery rablrics,
36,760a ,,) -ecaers far aen, aocen wider than 42 inches. woven,
,ad ildren ...............Doz. S,376 106,553 34,767 exc, at nile .................Lb. 66,042 149,752 81,589
I i 720 S,, at'al, r"e a' ,24921 Upholstery and drapery fabrics
a,"'and childreO' eider then 42 inches, coven,
Ca -.............................. ..4 145,669 except pile, quantity only,
270, l.n's....'.....a..a......,.. Sq.yl 41,604 ..... ......
..................a 7Q,773 a2'34 3,1 Woven filament yamn fabric",
b~y' 'a.ivnt, 'a~t- aln.e.s.: .. .......... ) -2,.779 140,:M7 46,49-, 384923 Oord-tire and fuel-call
I '110' ""'a -- 'fabrics (treated, dipped, exc0 .. ep't, -it.. 3,tai1 57,728 a,3s1 or entreated) ..............Lb 56,829 3ea, 520 628,645











'TITT7"D STATES EXPO'7 ." f DGIES I_ ~250 W:7,DISE-JU"E 1945-Continued

Comotlity
:je ~ 1 it w-'di;'te r ',ix. 1 nit I :,at oe in ?de to a I i'on ar U :nt et V 12e
(Sched- of quantity 'uanitity (dollars) (ShdL ~ t uniy (olr
.. Bl)l

?UP3.- .XT12 FI?S A1:D
EldU~aT 2ES--Cntiue ;ont
SYTOI FIS3ERS AND
L.FC'' -on inuel

Pi od,,iwhlily or chiefly of :
syt~tcfbers-Ger*1nued
idove filaent ,arn fabrics, p .../ 2 ,
n~.s.-verntinued ,atnd .o
584926 Cord tire and fuel-cell..0. 111 1,4 ?,
fabrics treated, tipped, or -tr se,
untreatedj-equantity ...t 0 49 12,3
only . .... S-y;.d. 860,177 ... .i .. .. ...,n.i..
3834930 Pied .....................x b. 20,7 508,637 241,988 rr
531 Printed-quaantity only...Sq.yd. 923,227 **... ...11...e..Yd.38005,
384952 Other (greige, white, Piece-C e:1'irr..Y. *9,9.2
dy~ed and yarn-dyed C.r zre nteincluded...... ... ........Lb: 3:,2,575 1,052,567 ** &,.1.. .. 1 ?
Ze49EE Other (greige, white, piece-2<1,tr1 rI.v.
dyeo adyarn-deicae): ;: trl
auaati y o ly. ... ...ST~d. ,17 ,20 ......... I .............* *Wove 5pn ar fabrics, ra10c... ......... Iru7^,1
n ~ -s : 53 i ie ........ .............. .......... J 4 |
384960 Printe.......................Lb.i 74,041 155,349 6,93F C71 : gr .. ..... .
384961 Prited-quantity only..@ yd.[ 3 15_:',2 .......... ..........,.. ........... ..... ..... .
584970 Othner (greige, white, p iece- Orl1 1 r e'fr ....... .......... ....... .....
d,*e, and yarn-:dyed Of1 3w ? .......... .... .. . .. . . .
......e.... ....Lt. f0,583 500,414 326,142 J 1l? .v I I 1
584971 Other (greige, white, piece- t ....... ........ ... ... .
yed and yurn-dye included- .*519 t:, tr r,
ouartity onl y..... ...Sqd: 941,591 .. 524
38 9 0 Re-t j nd: aro :il enus (less D ^1... .. . . :.. . .. .. . ..
ta10yarls in length ..... Lb. 11u,462Z 129,770 13,0 900 Tc. til te n............... 2 1'E,1
365000 House hr:i, s....... ....... 88,647 92,026I
outer e~,wmnsad childres:Te?.- PER---- 1 ,oI j r, 19

Kni orcct~te(moe, twoCDPLPaTIED
and three rice encembles as
one -nit.................No. 146,045 620,794 1 104,712 Lees .r tiiber ki-noicate
3,,5206 Other outerwear, except knit IntiT s.1*
o c herted ...............,tio.1 1-1,560x 37,814 7,961St 'c :
385510 Dresses and ensemible3, knit or 4GOrc Iab -,ad l aker).... ...: l, t 3 ,O
crochetLec done, two, and 300 Cottonwood and as e..: bd.ft. ... ...... . .....
three ti ce ensentbles as one 4000 nlut ......... ...... .L od.ft. :6 11,0E !el,9120
ursit) .......................No. 1- ,682 E,5,007 1 17, 796 4.0 00rdwood burls.........;. bd~ft. ......... ..... . .
386320 1 tner outerwear, kn't or ol0 oo m n .........:; bd.ft .......... ..... .. .. ....
crocrheted.......... ... ........ 42,036 10,860 4 0907 Lignm-i alrs .k bd.ft .......... .... .
Hosiery: 40 ,i 9 Teak: loes .... .........! bd.ft. .... ...... .....
Jasimer.'s and children's- 400 99e Cther exaroiviood logs and
385410 NIylon .................Dos.prs.; .......... ... Gr er ...............i Y d. ft. 3 2,553 216,700
385>490 Ote yt:tcSoftwoods:
textiles........Doz.pra.! 36 489 2-8,553 69,095 4C1200 Douglas fir ........... L! bd.ft, SC P,653 175,520
385600 Uen's socks; ..-. .....o 1ps 11,28'0 VP379 18,57S 401400 He~tlock ............... M bd.ft. .. .......... ......
595710 Knit und erwear............. :f~c...o 9,334 1733 2,236 Cedar:
Si .20 Jven underwear ............... Doz. 5,643 80,152 18,254 401600 ;estern red.....M bd.ft .......... ....
385770 Sleeping and lounzirrg garments, 401700 Port Orford.. .... ba.ft. 50 6,474 8497
kn t r woven:.:,:....... ....Dos.1 11234 39,137 ?,718 401900 Other..............:..L bd.ftt ... .......... ... .. . .
55 ^. Rc ......... .. ........ .......... 73,316 2C',547 401900 Other softwo.od logs arnd
3880 Baisfring s, and narrow timber,...............: bd.ft. ... ... ....
Lar'Cexcept nhat crabs... ..... 46,9=4 14,725 R-ilroid ties, hema:
89U0 Syn--e-ic textile manufactures, 4 m.-.................... ....... I...... *,e50 ;6 treate' ..................bd,ft. 5 1 33,C1 55 2
4 2 Ene ..............bo-ft. 91, ',176 309,-,30
IT?./ Elo"2:12FUCS 01 C reosotes, piling .......... Lin. ft. ? 0' 8E1 S2,470
45u0 ter pln ... ........ILin. ft. .3,15 9,462 E:?9,200
MUD10 -irneleur.....................,S3.ydi. -35,274 4,7 498 110 :1graph :inrolyaneecr390300 Felt-onse flor cover, yd.j 359,119 9652 96,771 trles ...............c IF, 3- '5,C96 1,446,959
591100 011:10:> ;fr sateI', :- 4e9 L_ eo otrer um anu fa-tured
w l ..... .......Sq.yd.1 77,8511 14,843 55,90 co2..C.. :.,18 157 ,4
591300 tiindow-d clth ..........Sq~yd. 19,387 4,6^5 6,041 Softaoos, not treated:
Book clot - 11 ty 'v ; Sout I- :rr, rine ... I......... c.ft. -'-2 33,275 1,2015,247
391410 Pyroxylan-coated or IDouglas fir... ......... :.1 bd~ft. 1,175 56 5>,^5
impre- a ,-t-d ....... _.. e];** 17,6d 6,.38 C,831 M-ar .... .. ..... b!. ft. ?"'ki e9 6,500
391420 Starch filled....... ...4,'1 73, T12E 11068 _2,25! 6 ACher......... ..' tft 14 1,597 1,0Or0
591500 Ply*oxylin-coates or in regnated 790 rd*:code, not tr ated .... M be.ft. 95 12,954 443,"40
faories ..................... Sq.;Idd 175,539 93,562 9731Creoccted or oTherrise tre-red:
391700 Coated or i-47re;.natel 1 =0- 00 Southert, pine ......._U. bd.ity EF E.319 188,500,
fF brics, n-es............Sq.yd. 434,622 175,722 1101 40 00 thr... ~,...........L b .ft. 17 1,219 E!5,300
391800 waterproof cater garments, excmept Boards, n2173::, lnd sc:in*lingz,
rubber and rlabberized., ...... :0,j 60,-371 36,418n 2,09,190 les xt*3 5 inci-e* in somet
3?21c0 osts rossir, dn Emnsion:
gi-rdles, except t ubber..... Softwoods:
a:d ruebberi /ed. .... N.....:o 209,2o5 175,52. 7533 CySpres= ............... :: bd.ft. 16? 1U,251 589q,600
392800 Neekties, cravats, mfflers ndDsu-l-r fir;
sorts (allI fibers).........Doz. 11 12 5,Z3 02 b o ................. b '.ft. 4,799 792,O94 15,715,0)79
,594CI 10 Ras brains, strir -d~ ohe+- h :.............. bd.ft. 1,?13 ,3 430 5
oif natural fiber ..............Yd. 114 5 ,46o 1,679 Sout -rn *i3ne: i
5941,50 Hat braids, stri-s a-d sheets. arhc,7 ..... .... bd.ft. ^,^0 ,%I 19,0
wh~olly or partly of synthetic ilre sse.......1 df. 9 9 ,,2.,
tecties ......- d 1,24;3,270 361008 P9n9r pine........ bd.ft. 1,20E ?,O
Hsbonnets, hoods, caps and '.it pine..ca .. Ed. ft. 719 L,, ,?

tsad hat bodies of strar, < r." ar........... bd._ 97Q 3 7,
-a: le:.f, et'. : is ............... td~ft e1 40911169
39 20 P rvest ......................1....1.71.r..,... f 43 ,17
C94 k r so bo nq 1,371
59 40 3 .:d. .. ............... 0 2 43 :., 1 l


and .1 ies ....... .....0. 75,650 zle,an--)t n n
395200, ...........ils ur





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";1ITED STATES EXPORTS OF DOMESTIC VE-CuANDISE-JTP:E 1945-Continued

o :myodity cte No. Co=rwhy loser tion ca unit Net Value code No. Cannetite deacri:-tion and unit Net Value
(Sched- of quantity quantity (dollars) 0t (Sched- of quantity quantity (dollars) (pounds)
ul )ule B)

3IROP 4.-ZCD AND GROUP 4.-WOOD AND
PAPER-Oontinued PAPER-Cortinued
WASILL )r( !CTS IUIleER)-4ont. PAPER BASE STOCKS-Continued

.5, 'nd Scantlin7s, Good pulp (air-dry weight):
*ss ln 5sinenes in least Sulphite sod pulp, bleached:
diie i n-Continued 460100 Rayon and special chemical
liardoods-dortinued grades .................S.ton 2,781 2S7,041 5.559,916
4129X0 Li m-veit ....... .l! bdft. .......... 179 1,206 460200 Other ...................S.ton 1,197 87,928 2,509,205
415300 Teak................-11 bddftf ** 460400 Sulphite wood pulp,
4131X l::. flouriin..........N! bd.ft. so 8,147 137,921 unbleached..............S.ton 3,898 269,2$9 7,935,838
415200 Ot5 honuswood floor- 460600 Soda rood pulp............Ston 631 47,644 1,302,659
4n9.................hi bd.ft. 2 258 3,600 460800 Sulphate wood pulp,
4140 Jacon-oak planks...... bd.ft. 109 8,127 629,155 unbleached...............S.ton 8,181 913,554 16,9286,650
Small hardwood dimension stock 461000 Sulphate wood pulp,
413600 Except squares....M bd.ft. 454 77,030 Z,217,032 bleached..................S.ton 1,786 135,958 3,847,915
418700 Cak squares....... .M bd.ft. 22 2,548 107,200 461900 Screenings and other
411800 Other squares. 1 bd.ft. 31 2,759 190,049 wood pulp.................$.ton 244 13,248 489,397
413900 Other hardwoods.......L bd.ft. 285 33,085 699,311 Paper base stocks, n.e.s:
lox shook: Rags for paper stock:
414000 dhite, pondeross, and sugar 469000 Valued 450 or over per ton.S.ton 71 9,188 1446,107
pine ................... bd.ft........... .......... ............. 469100 Valued under 450 per ton.. .S.ton 327 10,003 679,264
4141K Southern pine.......... M bd.ft .......... ........................Other paper stock:
14200 Hemlock and spruce.....,M bd.ft ................................Waste paper:
414 u0 Gm-.................N bL.ft.................................bf. 469805 Overissue news...............Lb. 1,400 14 1,400
414900 Other...................I bd.ft. 1,390 417,642 5,108,980 469809 Other........................Lb. 836,785 74,796 864,797
Railroad ties, sawed: 469998 Other paper stoek...........,Lb. 4,638,973 63,986 4,639,300
415600 Creosoted or otherwise
treated..............M bd.ft, 5326 17,047 1,660,973 PAPER, RELATED PRODUCTS
415900 Other..................NIt bd.ft. 583 18,359 1,997,700 AND MANUFACTURES

WOOD MANUFACTURES Printing paper:
471200 Standard newsprint............Lb. 12,701,668 421,820 12,891,561
Cooperage: 471400 Book paper, not coated........Lb. 6,435,373 594,961 6,905,782
420110 Tight staves, new............No, 85e,705 199,281 4,118,130 472000 Cover paper....................Lb. 308,496 59,866 341,4$7
420150 Tight staves, used...........No. ........ 472100 Greaseproof and waterproof
420600 Slack staves................No. 49,677 1,713 60,680 paper........................Lb. 3,293,644 592,304 3,669,077
42000 Tight headino................Set 27,768 36,061 565,510 472300 strapping paper, except kraft.... Lb. 2,426,815 248,849 2,566,1355
421400 Slack heading..............Set -..... ....................... ..472400 Araft wrapping paper._........Lb. 1,838,931 139,494 1,898,718
420500 Tight shooks.................Set 40,944 174,775 3,070,260 472500 Surface-coated paper............IZ. 2,844,634 459,379 5,146,172
420800 Slack shooks.................Set .......... .......... ............. Tissue and crepe paper:
420910 Tight empty barrels, casks, 472605 Cigarette paper (except cork
and hogsheads, new..........No. 4,987 24,867 277,607 paper), cigarette books, and
420950 Tight empty barrels, casks, book covers....................Lb. 1,544,090 579,574 1,639,162
and hogsheads, used.........No. 10,549 28,673 831,253 472698 Other tissue and crepe paper... .Lb. 1,569,510 192,881 1,655,838
421401 Plywood,aero grade...........Sq.ft. 54,731 15,141 46,434 472800 Toilet paper................... Lb. 1,376,749 131,588 1,436,875
421405 Plywood, hardwood, except aero 472900 Paper towels And napkins........Lb. 299,925 26,840 310,004
grade .......................Sq.ft 4,464,274 748,893 3,909,715 473000 Kraft container board...........Lb. 3,475,651 352,539 5,706,729
421407 Plywood, douglas fir, except aero 473100 Other box board (paper board
grade.......................Sq.ft. 6,287,150 490,295 7,969,379 and strawboard)................Lb. 8,120,888 444,924 8,654,454
421409 Plywood, softwood, except douglas 473200 Bristols and bristol board......Lb. 735,040 90,106 802,478
fir and aero grade..........Sq.ft. 99,887 13,497 66,805 473300 Other paperboard, except
Veneers, except aero grade: container and boxboard.........Lb. 3,245,412 258,814 5,584,909
42101 Fancy, face, or figured.....Soft. 9,056,451 84,646 346,790 47300 Sheathing and building paper.... Lb. 870,831 41,318 874,438
421603 Utility or commercial.......Sq.ft. 1,789,779 44,147 410,701 473600 Fiber insulation board (7/16 inch
401305 Veneers, sero grade..........Sq.ft. 1,728,640 33,234 280,192 and over in thickneea). Sq.ft. 5,640,970 122,078 2,879,204
4?9100 Veneer packages for fruits and 473800 Wall board of paper or pulp (1/8
vedetables....................... .......... 9,289 210,918 to less than 7/16 inch in
&'-.00 Lath........................... .......... .......... .......... thickness.................Sq.ft. 8,657,605 220,187 4,985,358
422500 singles........................Sq. 624 3,359 104,694 474100 Blotting paper..................Lb. 406,276 71,197 454,003
4ZZ600 oors.......................... No. 8,174 39,477 348,252 475000 filing folders, index cards, and
4226'00 ::: and noldings..........Lin.ft. 498,584 8,022 152,534 other office forms, plain or
4'1000 s:. tiun blind slats............... .......... 1,204 4,871 printed........................Lb. 281,646 92,641 309,48
4231 ) snetian blinds.................No. 392 3,100 9,933 476000 Papeterles (fancy writing
40 .. d blns, es..........No. 2,015 4,667 37,478 paper)......................Lb. 4,214 2,045 4,896
4 Silo rofaericated and resdy-cut 476100 Writing paper, except fancy.....Lb. 11,410,921 1,584,489 12,771262
............ ......No. 1,8895 2,584,109 3P,089,757 477500 Paper landings or wallpaper...Roll 45,296 18,741 46,692
4.508 lslr ::1lwork and house fixtures. ........... 13,114 104,702 Paper bags:
ca -e .re of wood: 477700 Heavy shipping sack type......Lb. 1,005,015 83,007 1,024,679
4.4..- Cire, ci oet iale ,ood.....:0.1 4,87? 28,881 74,455 477800 Other........................Lb. 595,874 108,984 626,696
0 iffite for: .a*e and store Boxes and cartons:
:r~ares.................. ...... 21,982 79,445 478100 Heavy fiber shipping containers
4 17 .ood Prntore, c *ef of corrugated :r solid
vaue of r:o...............................138,07 790,903 container board..............Lb. 119,178 9,767 142,814
4 001 .ca far*. n, : e'~ V.ue of 478200 Other.........................Lb. 285,313 75,557 513,258
...... ........ 152,947 134,917 479100 Envelopes.......................Lb. 82,450 29,686 93,645
4,6r ; at .e Cc 17' 247 3,199 479500 Vulcanized fiber sheets, strips,
rods, and tubes................Lb. 306,998 91,781 367,525
..mar :.* 479700 Cash-register and adding-machine
.......... D 1,14 10,339 52,270 paper.........................Lb. 127,332 13,615 138,758
40 .0, -r r o, sp 47900 Paper, related products, and
.*t. .....,. .:, 31 4,73 4 ',976 manufactures, n.e.o...........Lb, 5,43M,672 664,656 5,722,122
aa .~: .. l ....: 322, ',46 403,428
P.*r 13GROUP 1,-NONITAll.IC MINFRALS .......... 119,017,531 13,580,900,324
......0 ,712
. .,1 ,7 257,520 COAl AJD RELATED FUELS
14........ ...7 '18 h381
........, .,1,139 Coal:
500100 Act r' t ................ .L.toN 287,506 3,229,496 644,238.552
5 00000 bituminous... ...... .Lto 2,991,033 15,237,957 5,706,741,856
90020C Coal and coke briquets,.......L.tor1 8,473 48,825 18,979,300
4-,> 2 17,3?4 1 4.L Coke, exe(t petroleum
1 coe.............. L.to 142,804 1,287,800 319,883,386

0,0 1 PETLF 0 PRODUCTS

orc wec leun emxcept mtor fuela)
n C ot 'ea< thor "Otane. 9B. 2,136,275 3,650,243 647,537,011

,;, r s less alo
..l. 804,380 1,200,997 202,201,708

..... 187,252 302,207 13,348,737
I ......... b. 1,678 16,879 1,620.629










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s ar -S EXPUoTS UK DOMESTIC LEhCHANDISE-JTNE 1945-Continued


Commodity Co=mditp
code No Conmodity description and unit Net Value Shipping Co omodity description and unit Net Value Shipping
Shppn code No.( ommodty description and unit Net Value wegh
cod N. ~ odtydecritin nduni Nt alu w~h (Sched- |of quantity quantity dollars) wih
(Sched- of quantity quantity dollars) (pounds) (Sched of quantity quantity dopounds)
ule s) ule B)

GROUP 5.---NONMETALLIC _R8.? 1.-';O0NMETLIC
LI2ERAIS-Continued I ELL 5S--Continued
PETROLEUM AND PRODUCTS-Cont.
CLAY A1) CLA.Y PRODUCTS
Refined oils:
Motor fuel and gasoline: E3 0 Fire clay.................... L.ton 9,342 76,726 20,992,236
501325 Blending agents of petroleum 530907 Kaolin chnsa clay)...........L.ton 1,010 10,039 2,253,996
origin................... al. 8,414,209 1,721,404 45,025,205 550912 Other clays...................L.ton 4,725 102,671 10,682,306
Aviation motor fuels: Pottery:
501605 High Octane motor fuels..Bbl. 5,267,322 25,676,641 824,808,436 5522{60 Table and kitchen articles
501698 Medium Octane motor and utensils ................ Doz. 171,642 348,365 1,997,456
fuels...................Bbl. 98,224 333,079 25,176,466 Sanitary articles:
501707 Other motor fuel and 553200 Closet bowls and water-closet
gasoline................. Bbl. 3,152,001 15,265,704 789,248,599 sets..................... Piece 16,804 203,006 1,350,851
501798 Other motor fuel and 533300 Lavatories, sinks, etc....Piece 10,655 106,174 626,822
gasoline, n.eas ......... bl. 2,881,134 12,344,660 750,280,222 53A400 Sanitary fixtures and
501900 Naptha, mineral spirits, fittings, and parts, n.e.s.... ...........20,130 90,551
solvents, and other finished Elect5ical porcelain:
light products............. bbl. 194,847 685,148 57,379,939 53395 ror less than 6600 volts.....Lb. 279,317 127,044 339,149
502700 Kerosene.................. bbl. 556,014 1,469,945 159,913,064 5536 For 6600 volts and over......Lb. 225,304 45,483 261,707
50900 Gas oil and distillate fuel 511 0 Otner pottery. ............................. 126,666 492,579
oil........................Bbl. 4,763,929 11,622,933 1,486,267,"OS Firebriks:
505100 residual fuel oil........... 8bl. 908,654 1,105,745 .04,007,519 53410. Chrome brick and shapes.........Lb. 1,512,397 51,462 1,324,477
Inbricating oils: 536200 agnesite bric and shapes......Lb. 1,121,528 49,951 1,163,605
5033500 Red and pale..............Bbl. 120,552 1,076,219 40,757,215 Silica brick:
503400 Black..................... bl. 6,819 48,525 2,554,307 53630C Standard 9-inch series......... M. 315 25,617 1,946,195
Cylinder: 53640. Ot:.er shapes...................M. 9542 52,615 3,229,984
505510 bright stocks........... Bbl. 9,941 129,536 3,183,844 rire-clay brick:
5055020 Steam refined stocks....Bbl. 33,156 242,073 10,896,943 535600 Standarl h-inc serie ......... 7. 958 183,327 21,089,552
503800 Insulating or transformer 536700 Otner shapes................... M. 1,744 184,028 12,052,292
oils ..................... cal. 205,898 67,757 1,716,354 53680s irebrick, n.e. ................Lb. 5,663,058 159,108 6,015,235
505900 Light lubricating oils in 53090 o. ier brick...................... ..M. 330 11,530 1,635,752
small packages............ al. 23,225 59.498 257,100 3700 F.arher floor and wall
Aviation lubricating oils: tiles ....................... .ft. 20(,31 60,063 673,384
504001 High viscosity index High-terperature or refrac ory
grade.................ual. 231,849 3,280,93 76,023,536 cement:
504005 Medium viscosity index 5375.5 unro iite bae oixtures..........L. 187,100 6,087 195,568
grade.................. Bbl. 124,742 1,722,469 42,757,957 537598 Other ............ .. .. ...... Lt. 1,928,659 57,301 2,005,769
504098 Lubricating oils, n.e.s...Bbl. 145,567 2,241,653 51,748,304 537900 Otser terra-cotta and cer-,c
504100 Lubricating greases, except manufacture ................... .......... 38,338 2,108,158
graphite lubricants........... lb. 5,453,187 5684.020 6,216,370
504200 Petroleum and petroleum jelly..Lb. 3,904,293 217.765 4,589,375 OTHER JO: TA;GJ IC ".L RALS,
504300 Liguefied petroleum gases......Lb. 8,007,481 110,966 8,198,145 INCLUD.: PR.CICUS
Paraffin wax:
504500 Unrefined....................Lb. 5,087,717 151,062 5,262,388
$04600 Refined and semi-refined ....Lb. 5,667,624 357,079 5,988,770 Abrasives:
504700 Petroleum asphalt............L.ton 11,333 306,426 27,486,320 540500 (heels of emery and corurn num....Lb. 21,383 11,418 2e,582
504800 Petroleum coke ............... L.ton 15,336 165,010 54,545,852 540600 Grindstones....................Lo. 384,141 18,178 392,606
505200 Natural gas............... M cu.ft. 1,164,651 132,456 57,751,840 540905 Diamond grinding wheels.........Lb. 173 3,626 237
50890D Petroleum products, n.e.s ..... Gal. 467,645 270,715 5,782,815 540910 Diamond dust ................ arat 3,780 4,485 9
540920 Eery powder ................... Lb. 64,446 3,623 68,129
STONE, HK YDRAULIC, CEMENT, AND LIME 540998 Other natural abrasives, hones,
and whetstones ................. Lb. 3,545,104 95,253 5,641,476
510100 Marble and other building and 541105 Steel abrasives................ Lb. 980,695 32,790 988,045
monumental stone, rough or 541198 Artificial abrasives, cnude
dressed .................... Ou.ft. 9,795 24,61 1,891,611 and in grains, except steel
512700 Manufactures of stone. abrasives ....................Lb. 6,160,726 552,723 6,505,609
a.e.s. except crushed stone............... 6,804 99,970 541200 Wheels of artificial181971
Hdraulic cement: abrasives .................... Lb. 452,861 181,671 561,628
516400 Standard portland........... Bbl. 762,088 1.735.698 269,860,654 541500 Steel wool.... ............... Lb. 176,544 34,934 214,776
516500 White nonstaining and other.Bbl. 49,477 213,045 18,826,185 5418,0 Abrasive paper and cloth .......Ream 12,199 193,176 505,744
517000 Concrete and cement manu- 541900 Other artificial abrasives,
features ........... .............. .......... 10,022 188,152 hones, and whsetstones .......... Lb. 75,658 354,645 91,064
517100 Lime.......................... Lb. 4,180,406 26,049 4,225,997 Asbestos:
Unns.ufactured, crude and fiber:
GLASS AND GLASS PRODUCTS 545105 Fibers, 3/6 in. or more in
length .................. L.ton. 1,4C2 163,739 3,144,107
521200 Plate glass ................Sq.ft. 500,676 167,882 1,464,476 545198 Other..................... .ton. 537 68,103 1,212,235
521500 Cylinder, crown, and sheet 54530 Paper, millboa-d, and
glass ...................... Sq.ft. 6,275,023 525,426 10,975,515 roll board ..................... Lb. 209,ZI 29,690 241,592
Laminated glass and manufactures: 54540" Pipe covering and cement ........ Lb. 220,912 14,270 231,925
521750 Bulletproof glass .................... 1,298 7,911 54591C Textiles and yarn .............. Lb. 51,478 16,580 33,906
521790 Other.............................. ...... 40,619 201,247 54555 Packing ........................ Lb. 239,483 126,653 297,209
521800 Rolled glass, except Brake lining:
colored ................... Sqft. 29,612 41,3358 912,893 54561 B Molded and semimolded.........Lb. 207,213 152,060 264,621
522000 Rolled, cylinder, crown, and 545700 Woven....................Lin.ft. 30,255 20,3854 26,951
sheet glass, obscured by Clutch facing:
coloring prior to solidifica- 545810 Molded and semimolded......... No. 56,546 24,281 33,116
tion, not less than 1/4 inch 545830 Woven ......................... No. 29,788 13,497 18,386
in thickness ............... Sq.ft. 47,299 14,535 142,221 Brake blocks:
523005 Optical glass, except 545901 Molded and semimolded.........Lb. 21,351 14,953 26,136
ophthalmic................... No. 5,148 575 354 545905 Woven........................Lb. 530 629 387
52,3098 Other glass...................... .......... 165,406 957,464 545c1S Sheets ..................... .... b. 41.536 193.459 427,6.0
Unfilled glass containers: 54099c0 (seehos man- eetures n.e.s. Lb.j 69T.5P .349 772,bl4
523200 Pharmaceutical and proprietary Aspnt an oetumen, nauura.,
war ..................... ..... ... 267,136 5,511,059 except petroleum asphalt:
523400 Beverage bottles ............... .......... 651,351 21,108,291 54700. Unmanufactured... ......... L.ton. 1,917 1!9,23 ,3 1,"7
ra ite, n e.a1 s.9Lt. 1 ,43o 9 65i
523600 Other unfilled glass 547100 M&anufactures n.e.s ............. ,43 ,3C,54
containers ............................ 206,772 5,Ll 0,146 ru7ce, natural:
Tum-blers. drinking classes and 54721 ueylon amorphous ................ 1,6:1 1,19- 1,-?6
stemware. lain. cut. engraved. 5.47 la., c- y.talline, lump
or otherwise decorated: or ............ ,c77 724 ,
523710 achine-mde ..............No. 5,443,29 1.1 .,291, r472 tr tc graphite....... b. 4, Z 6i2 ,4
525720 Hand-made ..................No. 5,5 16,71 5r,07 or au to products:
Table and kitchen glasswere, Elnctroses fur S\sroe .r
n.e.s., plain, cut, engraved lecro3i vor-.......... .b 49 2l,4
sr cther-' e decorated: eu <- --k ............524012 Machine-cmde ................o. 1,183,............. t. 5, 1,11 .5
9Z4018 Hand.m.de ........ _.........o. 171,9.r ..t
525500 La:-c crntres and lan'er: -loce:............
526100 Globes an s aides for 11.rting .
fixtures ..................-...,, .. ... I
929100 Cheical ginssare ............It. :,7...,i-.,I! ti?, ?5 7
929200 Ls eles ins lao .......... 1. 33 0 t ..... ....









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1147-7 ?lote v rc '11 'ccra s7c roll............... ..L 41,19,04 497,429 0',c11


7970 ci. 777 Irn scc'-l ln ... ... 1,%Z0 3,45 77,375
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GROU t-ocee 603791 Steel strip.. ........... Lb 7,397 16,77 79 715
594771ms -,i .c de............?..........................0377K Iron tA) steel hoop, bacnd,
$1c ~ 'T'7 C's' 'r-e. .................' 55, '' 7,77 and 4,1oll .., c' ............... 1 729 16,314751
596070 'Ain-plat cn ta.es tinr- ...'afi Lb. colic,22 4,5,60 a61ct3ntEc
inca'.) . . Lb ............. Lb,.9 7,92,,15 33439 8,128oy:
c7'001, Irnthe ..... .....e .. 'cln'r5 .1',7 St07tu1a I ron an steel:x L. 66467 7,4 ,7,1
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CommodiySipn Gao.VSipn
code No. Comodity description and unit Net Valu code No. Commodity description and unit Net Value Shipping
oTINet Valae Wei;t weight
(Sched- of quantity quantity (dollars) (pounds) (Sched- of quantity quantity (dollars) pounds)
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GROUP 6-LETALS AND kANU- RCUF 6.--ETAL5 AND MANUFACT"R7S, EXCEPT LACIZ ERY FAIT'rRS, EXCEPT VACIYINERY
AND VH!ICLES-Continued A, D VEHICI ES-Continued
IRON AND STEEL SNIMANU- IRON AND STEEL
FACTRES--Continued KANUFACTU RS-Continued

Tubular products and fittings, Enameled ware, iron or steel:
Iron and steel-Continued 612400 Bathtubs...................... No. 567 2,128! 216,279
Welded black pipe: 61 500 Lavatories, sinks, and other
607000 Steel......................Lb. 9,956,913 465,447 10,052,037 plumbing fixtures.............No. 3,928 537,841 1,676,517
607100 Wrought iron.............. 1,519,246 1175'7 1,519,256 612600 Table, household, kitchen, and
Welded galvinized pipe: hospital utensils, and hollow
607200 Steel......................Lb. 10,365,744 556,905 10,372,235 or flat ware ..................Lb. 1,507,921 557,374 1,555,485
607300 Wrought iron...............Lb. 44Z,948 25,?71F 443,842 Metal furniture and fixtures:
07705 Iron and steel pipe, n.e.s...Lb. 7,249,052 859,196 7,364,662 612900 Sheet-metal storage cabinets,
607798 All other iron and steel pipe medicine cabinets, and
fittings, n.e.a .............Lb. 2,00k,566 673,093 2,151,689 lockers.......................No. 993 15,7FO0 63,219
Wire and manufactures: 615000 Sheet-metal shelving and wall
606100 Iron or steel wire, uncoateo.Lb. 9,"99,145 456,779 9,F45,545 bins ....................................... 236 1,746
608200 Galvanized wire..............Lb. 1?,337,30 925,669 19,375,029 612100 Sheet-metal filing cases with
608300 Barbed wire..................Lb. 5,518,006 962,973 5,367?497 exposed drawers, except
608500 Woven-wire fencing...........Lb. 1,656,170 L.7,205 1,660,868 insulated..................... No. 63 2,997 7,467
Woven-wire screen cloth, of all 615250 Sheet-metal filing cases with
metals and alloys: exposed drawers............... No. 12 315 1,231
608610 Insect.....................Lb. 162,790 26,548 171,630 613350 Fire resistive safes and vault,
608690 Other......................Lb. 497,777 200,927 558,056 doors, insulated..............No. 291 31,201 251,210
Wire rope and wire strand: 615400 Bank vaults, doors, and interior
608710 Wire rope and cable, except equipment ....................... .......... 14,986 76,140
insulateC .................Lb. 4,146,602 883,465 4,611,805 613500 Other office and store furni606750 Wire strand ................ Lb. 77,046 9,145 87,096 ture, fixtures, and parts........ .......... 16,567 54,719
608600 Electric welding rods and 613600 ketal beds and bed springs.....No. 6,650 52,988 450,054
wire........................Lb. 1,217,861 119,225 1,297,243 615700 Other metal furniture and parts,
Other iron and steel wire and (whether or not upholstered)..... .......... 46,20 157,040
manufactures: 1 Cooking and heating staves, except
609101 Bale ties..................Lb. 2,305,554 85,786 2,312,987 electric:
609103 Welding rods and wire of 613900 Coal and wood cooking and roomiron or steel, except heating stoves................No. 706 14,230 105,588
electric..................Lb. 127,786 16,685 158,210 614500 Gas stoves, ranges, and room
609109 Coated wire, iron and steel, and water heaters .............No. 2,510 95,100 431,186
n.e.s..................... Lb. 1,031,130 259,6351 1,093,279 614400 Keresene cooking stoves........No. 11,305 76,958 5360,477
609198 Other wire and 614500 Kerosene room and water
manufactures ..............Lo 945,972 203,781 1,020,741 Heaters .......................No, 641 10,497 55,781
Nails and bolts (iron and steel) 614600 Gasoline stoves and room and
(except railroad) water heaters.................No. 1,220 15,427 53,667
609200 Wire nails....................Lb. 6,159,275 282,6Z12 6,566,267 i 614700 Parts of gas, kerosene, and
609300 Horseshoe nails...............Lb. 325,649 49,383 364,700 gasoline stoves and heater ...... .......... 35,074 67,657
609400 Tacks (except thumbtacks).....Lb. 413,600 6,966 461,493 Central eating quip ent :
609500 Other nails and staples....... Lb. 895,419 87,555 970,026 614800 House-heating boilers and
609900 Bolts, machine screws, note, warm-air furnaces .............No. 167 29,123 300,122
rivets, and washers, (except 614900 House-heating radiators.....Sq.ft. 100,940 35,814 576,438
railroad)....................Lb. 7,612,828 925,6181 8,109,976 615000 Domestic conversion oil
Castings and forgings, iron and burners and oil-fired
steel, boilers.......................No, 335 30,720 132,017
610000 Ingot casting molds...........Lb. 4,936,400 94,691 4,956,400i 615100 Industrial conversion oil
610100 Grey-iron castings ........... Lb. 2,570,399 216,735 Z,592,863 burners end oil-fired
610200 Malleable-iron casting .......Lb. 849,365 103,716 853,338 boilers.......................No. 263 59,689 15,581
Steel castings: 615120 Domestic and industrial oil
610410 Containing no alloy.........Lb. 1,408,420 164,342 1,409,337 burner parts................................ 27,920 28,649
610490 Alloy steel (stainless 615260 Other domestic cooking or heating
included)..................Lb. 758,559 113,122 743,765 equipment, and parts ......................... 78,080 527,973
Railway car wheels, tires, and Tools:
axles: 615300 Axee, broad and hand..........Doz. 6,151 79,400 555,027
610515 Railway car wheels, except 615420 Hack-saw blades, handlocomotive.................Lb. 1,969,815 87,404 1,970,861 operated..................... Cross 21,077 157,087 165,716
610518 Railway car tires and loco- 615515 Circular diamond saws........... No. 174 2,004 455
motive car wheels..........b. 5,794,551 508,759 5,795,182 615517 Circular saws, not metal-cutting
610525 Railway car axes, without except diamond................. No. 5,609 62,803 69,199
wheels, except locomo- 615520 Steel band, pit drag, and mill
tive .......................Lb. 1,453,514 66,07- 1,437,801 saws, woodworking..............No. 6,079 70,805 106,429
610528 Railway locomotive car axles, 615605 Diamond saws, except circular...No. .......... .......... .............
without wheels............ Lb. 282,568 16,668 282,568 615698 Crosscut, hand, back, and
610555 Railway car axles fitted other saws and parts, n.e. ....... .......... 246,342 5325,093
with heels, except loco- 615710 Augers, bits, gimlets, gimlet
motive ..................... Lb. 5,086,791 272,950 5,146,802 bits, and counter sinks, wood610538 Railway car axles, fitted working.......................Doz. 13,787 141,832 146,300
with wheels, locomotive ....Lb. 127,852 12,028 127,88 Files and rape:
610600 Horseshoes and mle shoes.....Lb. 77,042 5,544 8,525 615810 Under 7 inches in length.....Dos. 100,118 124,015 210,057
Iron and steel forgings, 615850 7 inches and over in
n.e.s.: length......................Dos. 77,774 198,971 419,275
610700 Containing no alloy.........Lb. 2,172,557 154,886 2,212,059 61c900 Hay and manure forks...........Dos. 240 -,584 9,785
610600 Alloy steel (stainless 816000 Hamers and hsatchets...........Dos. 19,055 207,155 999,748
included)..................Lb. 1,984,711 191,216 2,030,946 616100 Hand hoes, rakes, and forks,
n.e.e .........................Doz. 5,209 30,781 159,602
IRON AND STEEL, 61500 Shovels, spades, scoops and
MANUFACTURES drainage tools................ Do. 6,990 72,816 402,624
616200 Vies ........................... No. 20,562 240,540 954,863
Cutlery: 616400 Automotive wrenches and parts................ 77,473 111,573
611200 Razors, safety, except 618500 renches, and parts, n.e.e ................... 277,78 468,310
electric....................Doz. 17,349 29,176 15,785 616820 Hand-operateo screw plates,
611300 Safety-razor blades ........C(100) 279,736 290,702 14b,318 bolts dies, taps, tap wrenches,
611400 Scissors, shears, and and parts ................................... 72,453 45,091
snips, n.e.a ................ Doz. 6,689 41,335 18,406 616920 Hand-Operated pipe stocks and
611500 table cutlery, except dies, die stock, dies
spoona ......................Dos. 6,586 15,896 1C.916 bushings, and parts......................... 67,603 84,665
611600 Butchers' and kitchen knilvee, 617000 Hand-operated pipe cutters and
forks, cleaver, and other metal-cutting tools, and
steels......................Dos. 12,341 51,722 41,156 parts, n.e. ............................... 75,595 103,862
611820 Machine knives, except metal- 617200 Slip joint pliers..............Dos. 2,301 6,479 15,675
cutting...................... No. 20,592 62,069 68,241 617300 Otter pliers, pincers, nippers,
611900 Other cutlery and parts.......... .......... 222,0694 503,855 and splicing clamps...........Doz. 12,585 108,856 146,408
Hollow ware: 617720 Hand drill and reamer operating
612100 Tin and galvanized devices, bit braces, and parts.............. 59,810 e7,542
hollow ware..................Lb. 186,829 55,144 204,881 6178i0 Hand-operated planes, chisels,
612100 Tin cans, finished or gauges, and other cutting tools
unfinished.................. Lb. 1,601,6501 195,907 1,679,486 and parts, except metel-cutting... .......... 96,095 127,596








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151ue 592 12.S-Cn'inr 9(13620 -Continued

t 2'FC 29l reti.aced COPPER EN V NUISFACTUEES

Toolf--. W10 Copper ore, csoncentrates, matte,
Ot ,r ta tos and parts, unr~efined copper as blister,
n c-:converter copper, or anodes, "cesPr 'ase in nearar- copper content .... ..C.Lb. 73 .15 00
po od asting9 pe- 641200 Refined copper in cathodes,
cl-a......ar t .. Sc. 7,1123 l0,271 10,116 billets, ingots, bars, or
617591 sin "ertilaitrl other fo r e,...... .... Lb. 4,303,399 419,967 4,309,06
.... N.'.Ce."5 .o. p ,3 08' 76 64135) Old and scrap. copper ......Lb .... ..... ..A'.-, c" aes I 020 Copper pipes and tubes....Lb. 674,598 290,593M 40940
..... a c ~ 7 12 4 9 60 9,987 642300 Copper plates, sheets, and
857pe Ta5 rnders, e7,cry hel stris r.... p s....... Lb. 261,304 67,02S 305,967
oess..................Lb. 44;,:78 17,929 22,071 6424CC Copper rods ...................Lb. 71,939 13,761 75,536
-7~ 5c eatols and parts ................1,Z47,695 1, 7 6 ,O3 V42200 Copper wire, bare ............Lb. 2,015,241 363,122 2,302,043
ear~oareInsuated copper oi-e and cable: ,79(X Pdlo, iron, steel, brass, C !002 Robber-covered wire. ....Lb. 1,593,323 323,9BB0 1,979,362
and bronze ........ ........Soz. 44,471 104,039 11,47 6310 'eatherproof ,ire ..........._Lb. 417,324 93,167 449,716
('IX See locks, ad.d lock sets of (450 Other insu'ated copper
iron, steel, brass, and CWir .......................Lb. 11,301,928 2,722,269 13,028,463
bronze ....................sDo. 9,1-11 77,350 1S5,357 Copper options:
1'5S00 'Cabinet and other locks of iron, 643911 ((ztatiseG bards for
steel, brass, aed broose. ..Doc. 54,554 89,190 113, 143 shells ................._.Lb. 2,775 7n9 2,605
618200 Hlng-es arnd butts, tree or 643919 Other .....................Lb ................................
-'seel ..................Soz.pr. 157,801 132,f32 579,3e11 6439S83 Cojpper man'afzctures, n.e.sc. ................93,462 2744
61632 0-ts-a elers' ardwacre .....................137,982 773,00
618480 No- rnsr casters,........ ...... .............22,324 85,89 BRASS .5D BRONZE L22109ACTUS
65104?,' Othe rn estore hardware, iron
an: steel .... ................. .............1s,040 4S,028 E44.900 Brass and broenae scrap
61500 3 1dl. ha yrness hsrdeoare, ad old ......................Lb 7,381 332 7,511
ire c sel............................18,80S 40,('9l C44100 Brcs and broie ingots ....Lb. '5, 127 10,378 71,630
18600 Car aned ea c ardcare .....................99,84, 492,517 M412 Bracs anO' breeze bare, rods, a.nd
818800 Cordware, -- .................. ............312,494 1,084.287 a'inished :,ftiar ...........Lt. 346,s80 71,121 397.712
818901 Seab;nG-eiac8ne needles .......... 2L ,148 47,498 4,881 644905 Br .-s and brocnze blanksn....Lb. 1,494,122 264,613 1,56k;3, 726
619000 Needles, n.e.a ...-- -.. 4,091 58,183 3,110 643(02 eras nd br,s' e plates, sheets,
819110 Sprorket seed other pceser as s ri'o-...................Lb. 178,882 28,894 201,917
trans-seion char, .ron 645300 ra nd breeze pipes and
and steel ....................Lb. 2C,7, &st 69,122 217,7451 t........................Lb. 218,229 73,313 252,539
(519200 Chains, ieen and steel, n.s..L.5. 3,088,734 433,423 7,324,,121 C14254 9r1) a rze pipe
Aatcesati scales, "stead fits". ...Lb. 38,234 30,204 39,9s6
icjn-ported: 6'.5010 nsF2re hra .'ods_...Lb. 78,827 39,954 44,772
62921' 8ahrooes .......... ......... :0. 140 898 '1,7k3 84270 Or, are no. Insulated,
512 ther .......................Is. 1,493 24,207 50,882 r r rreze .............. Lb, 393,914 64,886 211,944
170 Prec-ion scales, laboratory 60 ana~ e~d screws........... Gross 14,963 20,913 19,315
balances and weights ....No. 1,192 31,979 29,202 'C50 4R SIX and uts", brass or
829800) Seales en balances, n.e.s .... 9 ,238 87,299 222,623 --se..................Sos.pr. 1,2540 1,447 5,341
6ZC820 dood screws, iron or 040900 6 re, ras rr bronze, c.e~s ..............19,094 25,960
ateel oly .................Cross *02,837 82,214 316,182 !th r be an 'd bronze manoMetal druces end containers for '.-Ili~c
oil, gas, other liquids and 64a r Ts n breeze die stocks,
solids: cls bearins'' and
82023 Filled ................ ......Lb.- 4,420,319 329,132 .....bhings ...................Lb. 56.51n F0,847 66,505
62 *4. nfilled ........ ............Lb. 9,230,84W 198,090 2,238,118 647905 Brass and bronze fabrications
ItL.er iron and steel sanofaota-es: for esoeitions ......... ..... Lb. 58,180 14,632 57,660
C2090S Fence rents, ices or seel_.Lb. 13,140 8666 110 a.178OG Brass and bronze structural
620907 Tool bttba" irsn 'Sr shaepes.....................Lb 1t",292 4,447 1B;748
steel ......................Lb. 4,404 7,020 4,927 847311 Brass and bronze csampings. Lb. 4,885 4,490 4,966
620s09 '1rfabricatec tie stock rbather 647913 Brass and bronze castingsn
or not sheared to les~tb. ....Lt..................................and fore in ,.. ....... ......Lb. g3,917 10,879 54,523
820915 Lined steel tanks_........... Lh. 27,204 1.1,972 2,046 (47919 Brass end breese circles-. Lb. 8,249 2,678 9,077
6206225 Carbonyl iron poweder.... .Lb .................................. .....0499F Brass and bronze manufactores,
('20988 Iron and steel manufactares, n.e........................... ... ..........11,538 328,119
s.e.s........................... ..........02-7,84 4,742,494
LEAD AtS M~AN 21219
FEH.'(0-?d.IYS
650406 Lead ore, matte, and bane
621211 Ferrae'angnse. ................Lb. 284,8t10 20,8268 8,7 bullion ............ ........0.Lb 32 26 153
621305 3 eeisee ................. Lb ............ I.........................6070 Le..d pigs and bars .............Lb. 83,9t 7,271 04,230
".2 Frroesoa Lb 1" ('k) 2,24 6,29 620800 Le'd sheets nd pSipes ....Lb. 18982 1808 "0,2
flerLrro-allays: '"S200 Lead solder.... ...............Lb, 234,61 89,25 7 249,439
626 rr'ebke.'..............Lb. as,115 21,318 58,846 ither lead "%nufactare,:
G? 7sreves dieca....-..........Lb. 1'6,8" 2 4,197 5812 621P0 5yant.,.nirna .4 b 4,1'7C 19,949 161,2161
('2l0 -rap' cehecohs.... ....... Lb 11,738 593 12,6,14 6S1220 Anodes ......................Lb ....................................
6~. 92 Fs'sa rae............b. 188,C,09 7,134 197,814 6212 Foil, lea,ea
622c', serati tonias and ferrocarhon- lead-tin foal ...............Lb. 12,227 8i,23 14.918
tit co....................Lb. 16 ,'k23 163,611 362,800 0512I37 Plate, or battery plate,
co 9 ertu"'e... ............. Lb .................. ............ ........ ...not assembled as complete
(i.. f, tze trr-allay". .......... Lb. 2,000 1,639 Z,100 battery onlsa...............Lb. 83,089 IC,102 102,411
8S196 Lead manufacturers, s-eesn......... ...............a,535 123,76?
ALS1 2UM '!D 1 "stSFA'CTSI4
NICKEL AND l.'adE TURES
al'stins, asrnasa alleys
(incl sd'c( maalin): 624202 Nickel ore, conrentrates, and
629(000 Bauxzite d' ether alumainume matte ............ ........... Lb ....................................
orec............ ........ ..ton 11,108 165,92e 29,71S,490 624"01 Nickel -'lo,7n, end scrap contain('29500 Sauxcte concentrates inC: nickel, exce-l nickel
k ia cing adacdsa). .100to 684 69,122 1,982,110 iver .....................Lb. 246,272 91,81 2"3,P12
620000 Alouminumr and alays in Ingots, 624509 Nickel matal 'us ingets, ears,
slobs, or other crude foreaa.Lb. 912,249 43,268 318,672 'reins, rods, sheets, strip
620100 Alumidnua scrap.. ..... Lb. 104,338 7,489 104,982 scot, plates, and otner
630201 Sheets, plate* and strips.... .Lb. 182,688 54,027 199,029 ton s ........ ............... Lb. 30,677 24,674 74", 163
6,30305 dodi and barn,. ............. Lb. 7,281 2,632 8,28 (61996 Nickel manufctrec, n.e.c ........ ..............2,119 29,!33
10400') Aluminuen fell and In af. ...Lb. 212,999 142,00W 278,860
62 2500 Tubes, nola ings, casting., TINl(1 C1FACTRE3
end sther cl'ap.'c............Lb. 1,301 R2,O0 73,211
6270 Table, bitre en, and hospital ('60 TnNbes....................Lb. 820 478 1,176
atenale......... ...L 18,684 13,134 20,222 al s in foil......................Lb. 77 43 1)27
Alt(2 An ie or aloe seessebranke T1 1 ) 7 T vt 1r --''tr, pigs, bars,
as Acs '- elsan seaIase's, elab", and other
............. Lb. 69,947 26,028 so,22 8 ers............. ....... Lb. 166,877 88,502 110,463
A 926 Ln Aclee an a) soicas allay "28 Tcsrsselus......Lb 617,290 12,S44 822,746
,.af nr. e. S. .......... ..............0,1964 154,425 (11 r ie tin 1 csaf"rs.. .... ...............,097 22,431








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UNITED STATES EXPORTS OF DJ!'STIC 1.-ECAYNDISE-J,P lA45-Contlnued

Commodity Shipping Commodity
code No. Commodity description and unit Net Value code No. Commodity description and unit Net Value Shipping
(Sched- of quantity quantity (dollars) weight (eight
Se (pounds) (Sched- of quantity quantity (dollars) (Pounds)
ule B) ole B p)ns

GROUP 6.-METALS AND MANU- GROUP 6.-ETALS AND MANUFACTURES, EXCEPT MACHINERY ACTUKES, EXCEPT MACHINERY
AND VEHICLES-Continued AND VEHICLES-Continued

ZINC AND CANUFACTJRES PRECIOUS METrALS, AND PLATED WARE,
EXCEPT JEWELRY, PRECIOUS METALS
657000- FOR DENTISTRY, GOLD AND SILVER
657198 Zinc ....................................... 61,30 610,206 IN ORE, BULLION, AND COIN
Rolled in sheets and strips:
657205 Photoengraving sheets.......Lb. 144,018 25,192 153,968 Platinum and allied metals:
657209 Sheets, n.e.s., and 692000 Platinum ore and
strips....................Lb. 774,678 100,920 817,507 concentrates........... .T.oz. .................................
Zinc in other forms, n.e.s.: Ingots, sheets, wire, alloys,
657505 Zinc alloys, except and scrap:
brass or bronze............. Lb. 1,940 626 1,206 692205 Platinum bars, ingots, sheets,
657507 Zinc die castings............ Lb. 21,158 8,332 29,031 wire, sponge, and other
657598 Other forms, n.e.s ..........Lb 100,455 8,795 100,514 forms................... To. 464 9,150 61
658600 Zinc dust................ ...Lb. 121,777 14,132 128,818 692209 Palladium, rhodium, iridium,
Other zinc manufactures, contain- osmiridium, ruthenium,
ing 20 per cent, or more zinc: and osmium metal, and
658901 Battery shells and parts, alloys..................T.oz. 3,852 322,313 479
unassembled................L 12,000 2,866 12,774 Manufactures, except jewelry:
658903 Photoengraving plates, 692905 Platinum manufactures....T.o 191 4,269 117
unfinished.................Lb. 54,623 8,451 38,180 692998 Platinum allied metal
658907 Wire......................Lb. 32,672 8,055 36,006 manufactures ............ oz. 9 586 2
658998 Zinc manufactures, n.e.s................. 58,635 200,519 Sterling and other solid silver
manufactures, n.e.s.:
OTHER NONFERROUS ORES, METALS, 695500 Knives, forks, and steak sets............. 7,352 457
ALLOYS, EXC PT PRECIOUS 695600 Other..................................... 24,457 2,566
Silver plated manufactures,
661000 Nickel silver, or German silver, n.e.s.:
crude, scrap, or in bars, rods, 695800 drives, forks, and steak sets. ......... 44,659 21,988
or sheets....................Lb. 2,026 754 2,237 695900 Other.......................... .......... 57,3536 29,166
662000 babbitt metal..............Lb. 92,211 36,888 99,685 699700 sold manufactures, n.e.s. (gold663000 Nickel-chrome electric plated included) ............. .. 23,760 466
resistance wire...............Lb. 53,033 51,325 38,819 :: :
663500 Quicksilver or mercury........Lb. 1,698 4,610 2,353 GROUP 7.-MACHINERY AND VEHICLES .......... 339,1236,065 595,175.788
663600 Molybdenum ore and
concentrate..................Lb. ...................... .......... ELECTRICAL MACHINERY AND APPARATUS
66!601 Molybdenum ore and concentratesquantity only................Lb. .................................. Generators:
663700 Vanadium ore and concentrates.Lb. .......... ......... ........... 700000 Direct current generators....No. 920 152,957 226,922
665701 Vanadium ore and concentrates- 700100 Alternating current
quantity only................Lb. ................................... generators..................No 151 151,485 179,734
663800 Magnesium metal in primary 700605 Stean turbine generator setsform.........................Lb. .......... .......... ............. 3/4 and under 500 I
663900 Tungsten metal (stellite), wire kilowatts .................. No. 26 43,832 109,237
shapes, and alloys........... Lb. 16,692 103,821 19,468 700698 Under 3/4 kilowatt..........No 36 3,809 6,148
Ores and concentrates, n.e.s.: 700800 500 kilowatt and over........No. 8 551,122 1,472,080
664501 Antimony.....................Lb 8,008 1,262 8,323 700900 Accessories and parts for
664505 Beryllium..................Lb ................ ..... ............. generators, n.e.s.......................... 565,358 1,761,182
664510 Bismuth matte, slims, resi- Welding sets:
dues, and base bullion......Lb ................................. 701010 Motor-generator type......... No. 692 418,394 1,059,30
664515 Cadmium dross, flue dust, 701020 Non-rotating type............No. 383 83,424 148,211
residues, and scrap.........Lb. 89,120 7,360 89,120 701105 Electrical generating sets powered
664520 Ghromium or chromite.........Lb. 7 ,7Z3,520 131,654 7,7,50 by Diesel engines, (assembled or
664525 Cobalt....................... Lb. ..... ... ......unassembled)..................No. 222 1,733,470 2,861,176
664520 Columbium or niobium.....Lb. .......... .......... ............. 7011986 Self-contained lighting outfits,
664540 Manganese ores and concentrates, n.e. s .........................No. 1,814 466,655 656,657
containing 35 percent or more 701200 Wind-driven generators ....No 822 35,390 102,530
manganese...................Lb. 1,372,776 44,715 1,280,607 Batteries:
664560 Tantalum .....................Lb ................... ............. 701300 6 and 12 volt storage
664570 Titanium, ilmenite, and batteries.................. No. 95,206 1,160,913 4,521,568
rutile..................... Lb. 107,000 9,480 107,300 701400 Other storage batteries......Cel 10,343 91,693 318,022
664580 Tungsten.....................Lb. 10,000 340 10,100 701500 No. 6 dry-cell batteries......No. 42,564 9,028 87,685
664595 Zirconium.................... Lb. ................ ................ 701600 Flashlight batteries.........Cell 3,822,289 182,299 899,795
664598 Other ores and concentrates, 701700 Batteries, dry, multiple cell, 779,345
n.es ...................Lb. ..................... ............. .except flashlight...........Cell 779,345 8,596 90,724
Metals and alloys in primary 701800 Other dry and wet cell
forms, n.e.s.: primary batteries............No. 172,339 228,495 739,368
664901 Antimony...................Lb. .......... ...................... 701900 Capacitors, 1/2 kilomtt ampere
664905 Beryllium metals, alloys, and and over.......................No. 332 21,030 26,014
scrap..................... b. 2,922 2,152 2,166 Transforming or converting
664910 Oismuth metals and alloys..Lbb. 211 323 236 apparatus:
664915 Cadmium met4ls............Lb. $85 220 449 702100 Power transformers, over 500
664917 Aadmium alloys.............Lb. .......... ..................... kilovolt amperes.............No. 45 78,115 287,124
664918 Cerium metals and alloys.. .Lb. 94 444 111 702200 Distribution transformers, 500
684920 Chromium metals, anodes, kilovolt amperes and under...No. 615 135,419 534,520
chromium bearing alloys and 702300 Instrument transformers.......No. 432 15,886 36,510
scrap...................Lb. 1,869 1,495 2,543 702400 Other transformers............No 9,583 10B,412 105,646
664925 Cotalt metal alloys, and 702600 Mercury power rectiiers......No. 9 1,808 1,340
cobalt-bearing scrap Rotating converters:
metal.....................Lb. ................................. 702710 Under 300 kilowatt........... No. 442 116,856 176,365
664930 Columbium metal and alloys.Lb. .................... ............. 702720 300 kilowatt and over........No. 6 32,074 45,318
664940 Manganese metal and alloys.Lb. 53,993 11,887 55,559 702800 Complete battery chargers,
664945 Molybdenum metal, alloys, nonrotating..................No. 9,296 150,601 199,485
and scrap................. Lb. 5,005 2,229 5,258 Transmission and distribution
664950 Radium metal, radium apparatus:
content................Mg. 361 5,414 2 703000 Feeder voltage regulators..... No. 280 6,834 6,542
664960 fantalum metal and alloys..Lb ................... ................. 703100 Switchboard panels and parts,
664990 Vanadium metal, alloys, and except tela .one........................... 168,022 306,569
scrap............... Lb ..... L. .. .... ........... 703200 Oil circuit breakers and
664995 Zirconium metals a:d switches.....................No. 546 30,659 47,855
alloys....................Lb. 100 57 107 703300 Power switches circuit breakers,
664998 Metals and alloys in primary and parts, over 10 amperes...... ........... 223,473 385,378
forms, n.e.s.............Lb. 119,051 26,147 121,423 703405 house plugs....................No. 302,420: 12,148 20,316
665000 Plated ware, other than gold 703498 Other fuses...................No 425,874 31,459 29,163
or silver, except cutlery................. 697 782 70500 Watt-hour and other measuring
667000 Type, except type metal......Lb. 21,325 13,618 43,620 meters... .................No. 4,963 32,309 55,590
Metal and metal composition 703620 Electric indicating
manufactures, n.e.s.: instruments..................No. 6,226 58,884 27,752
669101 Magnesium powder...........Lb. 67,640 35,330 79,653 703700 Electrical recording
669105 Magnesium metal in other forms, instruments ............... No. 568 77,134 24,021
n.e.s., and magnesium 703820 electrical testing apparatus
ribbons...................Lb. 26,605 48,296 29,833 and marts n.e. ................ .......... 431,636 161,240
669108 Molybdenum wire.............. LbJ 5,847 70,171 1,079 703900 r. mar : t.r, cke
669198 Metal and metal composition iails, reactors, and 16,494
manufactures, n.e.s................... ...... I 66,508i 55,832 parts...................... ............... 55,574 106,494



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Utfl'ED STATES EX~T FD01-7'71 -'hCA'SE-JJ'JE 1945-Contlnued


tnt Value y scr2 cn -te un. IN.,"' rs'1' Limn aind unit 4 t .la




21"P7.-22'9 AND GROUP 7 k!MOER N

E:129'1 i222MRY8 AND ElECTRIC SICIEOAND




............1...4......,No. 10,64Z 708900 hell teacern, annunciators,
unier I aver 12 :'.. .......1..... .....nd..arts 58,73 36,8M3
..........'.... N.l ~ l,42 doe C' 4. .9 Other eletcal, apparats:
St r cy'so cn:709200 Start:n, 1-irin, and ignition
22 hoep .er ..'. 544,43C 1l:~7 equ ip:rrt coep spark slu-s *.... 443,362 5,782
725s esemerer ..... So. I 35,085 79,36S 709300 Insulatin 'oe nl .e.. .. .Lb. U3790) 9s,580 3W627
720" .9 Aes............No. 1,35?7, Rigid l2I Cfdi
2'5X Ela'1~loo -tles, rail- 7041..... o r e Lb, ?,56,1 I 2U,769 2,5h,1
7 ''S t-on, c soo, lnd factory 709490' Other e"0-utouet
-c"',p.''ed by, electric and! osritc bo ............ .. .............117,043 385,858
Ot .-.ebotery, whether or 70900 Soc-e *,ou t, oeOlno
'rt lr~itinr conveying, 2ict s" lcer and *rts,
ltorstackino r sir-Alan n.ec........................... .......... 29f,969 418,649
access cry devices. . ....... No. 2 0,965 12,010 Electric interior lighting
704799 Electric industrial trucks fixtures and parts:
and tractors, n.e.s....No. 22 74,64 207,000 709601 Fluorescent. ......................... ...139,097 11 ,63 7
704800 Starting and controlling 70989e All types, except flu~orescent..............119,M0 14,798
eowilsnect, fcr inr.ustoial 709700O Electric exterior lighting
otcrs acd parts ............... ............249,530 300,703 fiocturo.s ona 20.010....... I..................0,679 1,9
704900 Startirrg and controlling, 709800 Other cirin; supplies and line
equipmeent for electric rail- ma~terilal ......... .......................1(,53 4.7,854
oy and vehicle motors, and 709910 Electric razors .............S:o 4 47 4
c1arts............................ ......... 37,c89 72,908 70999r0 Electrir hair-ctavine machins
705500 Accessories and -arts for motor.........196,918 719,692 (all kinds) ...............ho. 11 1,5a9 1,479
Portable electric tools: 709998 Electric apparatus acd Parts,
705605 Poeer-d-rivec, ota]-' rvin lo 4,665 201,916 14q,921 n.e.c ................. ...... .............1, 206,473 1,S74,86
70599 Other......-.................*c 102 106,491 Se,041
705 700 Electric houscehold rnfri~er, EVIL I, TU IISES PARTS 71 :.81.
stors ....................2 043 19,739 04,793
705800 Electric coenreiol refr'gr- oser-r'een'ic o iner:', exro:t
stone, us to l ton ............Sco 759 137,914 231,65S elct y:
705900 Parts for electric refrigerators............ 1721,574 209,099 Sta'0: ,bilrCd
706000 Floshlight cases..,............ Noc 215,667 106&,126 2)3,179 sor, eo'
706101 Electric fans ....... I.........to 110 93 1o,732 22,497 711300 Stti ra't
Electric incandesceect lonps: t rbo.. ........... ........N. 10 2 9,799 216,744
7062255 SrulIl Lolar'ent lamps (bolbs), 711200 'er a-rve ton onsNo.. c1 4779594
"iniat ore add cand'labro 712401 lco'tv .................2No 12 9,0,2 P6,461,191
base............. ....... 1,747,159 860,7939, ', 49 '1100 Locooc yve arts and
706465 Large filoranot la-cs (bulhs), accesr'e.................9,5 3,955,101
medioc rew, Mogurl bi- 712200 Frc-' or bolsters or
post baonet, ad "then i ir or ,se for
lan~ge Inrse lamps) ...........c 10,79,3,110 436,449 o10,460 i-crn .!'o othr
706E01 Pluorescent tobe lomps ... No. 1b3,e602 76,564 125,590 rai'ra: rc'rn slock ......... ........... .1,1 391,217
'00 Vapor ar,-. non-0lolient lamcp., 7129002 ("1!r n 'e ~oes, nca erts ..............119,841 161,917
's" *.....................No. 25t,911 '56,680 27,495 717 St-, a,ouiler-, Line
706600 Searchliphts sOd 3irrort tube ................ So" ft 0021,247 07,059 373,769
beacans .......................No. 301 18,919 9,941 10200, OSoac scalers, crater
709700 Floco!i M9 ............... .....No. 434 7,027 12,10 tuboe...................3q.ft. 37,001 3006,129 1,424,0544
706910 Electrio hesasehold -shinrg 713300 Condensers, heaters,
rach 'aea......... I....... ..... No. 9 791 1,917 ..ccesonies, ansd :arts ... ..................247,120 748,7M
709830 Electric ho-hold aeshing 713902 Steam sn'ci'lties, and 'part" ... .............29,031l 496,508
.,.ano c>anto ............................. ...4,02 7,2'57 Interccnl-condoocobon e'o:,lnest
"9' ileotria ncesnt'c VOurm Loeovctivesi
cle"nes ............... ........N 12 555 ?60 714000 e.cirr, carbuaretor
'230 Electric -0esti c vocuor ....... r 2 e,275 $7,200
,,asr I arts ..... -............. ..........10,719 10,226 714100 Diel I o d iesel7200 'rn dcoeeic motor-drv an clectric, injection
devices, n.e-c, except Ol'c............. .......Nc 2.1 4371,913 1,076,40
tools .................-....... No. -'3 3,946 ,0 Ohr
207101- aleetnic claticas.. ............Na. 7,692 24,410 29,224 Oantrn 'noose, etc.
7700 Electric coocinv crnc, orortnly
orei............. No. 105 1', 11Z 72,lOe 71-0 o. c r epoaer. .No 1,002 91,970 085,Z90
7r705 .ectrc c offee rxn, 714400 O her U bare ..o..No. 527 2,51 1,008,194
to tera, a,, -71 r r .11-. '0 137 110 Diese r''ci-ee
707,9' Electric Ooestlc nea.t, ar hose', etc., inje~'on
cc,in' teaces, oter -t, %7e-v
and par s n.e.c .......... ....... .............1,4 61,05 tXioa c7074-10 Electric -",iatrial 'eItino' and 714500 Not over00
refining Lornaces ans' ',t .... ..... 190, 2. 323,167 h3se oec o....... ... No. 10 431,917 737,560
707400 Heat treating Lornano'i a rt,................l"0 299,012 710000) Over 22 r'o'o' Kr 77 1,002,094 987,278
707490 Electric indi:strial he atinr Sta iena'2 an' e 1:
dewices and trots, o-.e.............. ......9191 216',177 714700 tot ov19r 201
707510 X-ray tobes ............... I.....c ao. 100,0012 31,050 rco~.e...........o c3 24,9 1,09,01
707550 Othen X-ra." apoiaratri and 714900 Over 2 bo e m ...Na. 49 903,S94 1,565,995
'nrSc'......-......... -.. 704,101 029,336 71E300 Erii, 3e ac- e r o onto............,596,834 2,773,919
707E90 Eleotric ther~oeotic aparatus 210300 'Joter '4e o'etorsnd
en -a'~, 'r.e.s ....... .......... ..............1,3005 111,930 parts ..... ... .. 4,03 0 86,512
Si 'ca oil o' ation devices: 719900 Pclnrnegneratln'oerrcc, :
Radlc o-ton except aircraft part.", 0<00: I'
and 7-~i y t Iank: -lite"ci n.... ....... ......... .
707012 !0d -nfs'ittig t~hes .... No. 41,142 074,119 47,87S
707018 Radio~ catlinr ap e) a, 722'9'iT2 ..
40' 'at eo 0 'oh'....... ............5,032,063z 1,992,309 '. "5
707700 Radio cn --ia ,500'.. t.. O 3,008a 352,148 144,357
7,761 Rado receivinC tone Noc 4q6,755 000,16E) 91,707 Oc'oclr :9 d 2'ns"'
heceic n_-ant 'Io""en 5 70100 Sovatv 20o aiv'
707900 ;-.acitors (cocdesers)-flo. P64,825 169,900 70,892 ....... .....No 36 0392,099 3,925.403
7029004 nesistoro ...........-.... No. 036,146 32,409 9,901 720000 hoc. voter -~in 7097 Inductors .................No. 71,323 18,099 20,329 720500 Dr-d 'in .......... m407',7
7O9 th'er ........................ ............52!4,991 196,520 701100 cocartc ro. .....1.4.175,.02o70,33
701r Lodspeak-rs............No. 12,053 47,726 51,807 7021222' ad -01 ..ers ..71.207,....1,:12,717
70810 Cthee radio neceivin-st 70200 3eLeI, 'r nod .2'....1. 2,176,72
ace'cs e no.............. ......00,9S5 14,1 7 23U :olror 'p rs ...r N' D.29 "2,
700's tl''crtapantra ad ens.............76,.147,18.24........c..3., 4 25
Telephone ap22"20s ......" No -o'- 55 1524',0
7200 Telephone insrnumens..... c o ,147 167,836 9,139 72 olee'
708700 Other telephone nor ipnont ar'
and parts ...............................994,171 330,993 ..... NJO 15 '2 187,2 0, K, 1










UNITED STATES EXPORTS OF DOMESTIC ERFRANDIE-JUNE 1945-Contlnued

Commodity Conodity Shipping
code No. Commodity description and unit Net Value iight code go. Commodity description end unit uNt Value
(Sched- of quantity quantity (dollars) ( (Sched- of quantity quantity (dollars) (pounds)
ule B) (le B)

GROUP 7.-MACHINERY AND GROUP 7.-MACHINERY AND
VEHICLE-Continued VEHICLES-Continued
CONSTRUCTION AND CONVEYING METALWORKING MACHINMACHINERY-Continued ERY--Continued

Construction equipment and Poer-driven metal working
part s---Continued machine tools(nonportable)
722800 Other road machinery and parts ..i........... 1,914,170 5,926,523 and parts--Continued
725200 Construction equipment, ?44303 Gear tooth-grinding machines.No. 2 29,266 24,800
and parts, n.e.o ............... ........... 272,206 1,002,948 744305 Honing and lapping machines,
Conveying equipment, and parts: except gear ................ No. 11 63,385 102,000
723400 Cnanes with swinging boom....No. 7 299,225 980,584 744506 Thread grinding machines....No. 8 150,058 118,400
723500 Other cranes................. No. 122 1,369,306 6,300,985 744308 Metal-grinding machines,
724100 HoIzts and winches, n.e.s .... No. 2,619 529,046 1,248,344 n.e.s ...................... No. 232 266,090 348,087
724200 Derricks, except mining..... No. 3 20,461 237,027 744309 Metal-grinding machine parts .............. 31,974 24,202
724600 Elevators, and parts...................... 154,558 501,550 744313 Horizontal boring, drilling and
724900 Conveyors, bucket, chain, or milling machines ........... No. 20 376,404 709,450
belt....................... No. 136 76,529 366,230 744315 Broaching machines, all
729100 Other conveying equipment, and types ....................... No. 4 26,852 56,400
parts .......................... 1,005,657 3,345,963 744317 Gear honing and lapping
machines, and gear finishing
MINING, WELL, AND PUMPING machines, n.e. ............. No. 8 24,196 37,688
MACHINERY 744319 Power-driven metal-working
machines tools, n.e.c ..... No. 322 287,675 396,137
Mining and quarrying machinery: Parts, accessories, and
730300 Coal cutters................ No. 11 58,199 104,897 equipment for power-driven
731100 Rock drills .................. No 453 109,114 113,155 machine tools, n.e.s.s
751500 Mine hoists and derricks.....No. 24 19,598 61,160 744371 Chucks for machine tools.. No. 22,693 105,034 55,407
752105 Grinding mills, classifiers, 744581 Metal-cutting tools, for
and equipment ............................ 96,530 526,237 machine operation, not in732198 Ore and rock crushing and corporating industrial
sorting machinery and parts .............. 929,827 3,973,547 diamonds .................. No. 1,551,462 666,927 257,238
733100 Concentrating and smelting 744383 Fixtures and devices for metal
machinery and parts ....................... 61,789 249,113 cutting tools suitable for
73,3900 Other mining and quarrying use in poer-driven tools............... 148,916 80,414
machinery and parts ...................... 677,079 1,248,288 744398 Other ......................... .......... 271,152 1M3,732
Well and refining machinery: Power-driven metal-working
754200 Petroleum and gas well-drilling machinery, and parts:
apparatus and parts ............ .......... 2,377,579 4,827,392 Sheet and plate metal-working
734900 Other petroleum well and machines and parts:
refining machinery and parts... ........... 969,669 5,456,002 744405 Stamping, forming, punching,
735000 Oth'r well-drilling apparatus shearing, trimming, corrugatand parts...................... .......... 95,972 705,842 ing, seaming, bending, etc.,
Pumping equipment: machines and parts ..................... 687,194 2,225,538
735500 Centrifugal pumps ............ No. 1,177 480,688 1,361,935 744498 Other.................................. 120,002 175,364
795600 Rotary pumps ................. No. 491 32,308 65,315 Other power-driven metal725700 Deep well turbine pumps ...... No. 128 128,418 546,094 working machinery and parts;
735800 Reciprocating steam pmps .... No. 64 48,773 201,482 744700 Forging machinery and parts .............. 459,671 1,285,103
756100 Other reciprocating power 744800 Rolling-mill machinery, and
pumps ...................... No 755 86,181 273,573 parts .................................. 2,436,216 9,032,011
736500 Hand and windmill pumps......No. 1,620 23,195 64,595 745000 Molding machines.......... No. 27 15,688 32,549
736800 Self-contained household 745100 Blast cleaning and tumbling
water systems ............... No. 253 16,765 48,286 machines .................. No. 12 3,066 5,710
736900 Pumps and parts, n.e.c.................... 862,784 2,976,149 743298 Foundry equipment and parts
n.s.a................................... 93,668 237,320
METALWORKING MACHINERY 745501 Balancing machines, for
balancing metal parts
Poer-driven metal working machine statically or dynamically
tools (nonportable) and parts. or both ................... No. 10 2,056 762
740005 Engine lathes (tool room 745503 Diamond dies for power-driven
lathes included) ........... No. 230 649,134 1,201,312 metal-working machinery.. oo 587 6,905 135
740009 Bench type and light duty ?45505 Die casting equipment ................... .. 5,216 Z,042
(less than one horsepower) ?45509 Wire drawing machinery and
lathes .................... No. 280 62,147 136,569 parts .................................. 20,589 25,710
Turret lathes: 745596 Other power-driven metal740205 Vertical turret lathes.....No. 26 186,676 346,567 working machinery and parts ............ 146,396 145,174
740209 Ram and saddle type turret Other metal-working machinery:
lathes .................... No 25 141,190 168,070 745700 Pneumatic portable tools ..... No. 2,028 152,653 58,547
740305 Automatic chuckin and between 745805 Welding torch sets and parts.... .......... 433,275 431,497
ccnter lathes ............... No 29 297,474 387,988 743898 Other portable and hand or foot
740307 Polishing, buffing, and operated metal-working machines
burnishing lathes (speed and parts ................................ 226,096 137,613
lathes), centering, spinning 748512 Metal alloy slugs containing
and cutting-off lathes ...... No 28 10,721 29,209 diamonds .................... N ...................................
740309 Artillery, ammunition and boring
lathes, and other lathes, TEXTILE, SEWING AND
n.e. ....................... No 48 210,125 358,182 SNOE MACHINERY
740407 Vertical boring and turning
mills ....................... No 7 254,910 722,110 Textile machinery:
740409 Precision boring machines, jib 760000 Full-fashioned hosiery
boring and grinding and boring knitting machines,
machines, n.e.s ............. No. 36 421,172 452,389 power-driven................No 4 5,100 11,640
74060$ Tapping and threading 750100 Circular hosiery knitting
machines .................... No. 76 127,252 204,540 machines, power-driven ...... No. 51 35,471 30,070
740609 Automatic screw machines, 750200 Other circular kidtting
single and multi-spindle (bar) machines .................... No. 15 17,013 19,760
types ....................... No. 18 53,855 44,93 750400 Other knitting machines and
740700 Knee and column type milling parts .................................... 90,852 97,012
machines .................... No. 41 112,634 116,574 750500 Winders and parts......................... 133,212 272,943
740000 Other milling machines ....... No. 82 457,460 648,584 Carding and other preparing,
74100 Gear cutting machines ........ No. 40 253,038 367,275 spinning and twisting
742000 Drilling machines, sensitive, machinery and parts:
upright and gang except bench 750600 Cotton .................................. 205,697 1,124,899
type ...................... No. 168 46,020 121,684 750700 Wool............................ .......... .23,528 440,991
742100 Radial drilling machines ..... No 48 259,462 602,535 750900 Other, including silk742500 Other drilling machines ...... No. 173 94,237 193,465 throwing machinery
742600 Planers ...................... No. 19 479,332 1,406,488 and parts.............................. 56,926 98,272
742700 Shsers, except gear shapers.No. 57 111,500 224,764 Looms and parts:
743500 Surface grinding machines .... No. 32 141,039 239,959 751500 Cotton looms ..............No. 123 32,678 345,828
744000 External cylindrical grinding 751600 Other looms ................ No. 63 22,689 190,365
machines, except universal..No. 56 209,902 471,051 751700 Parts of looms .......................... 187,765 562,122
744100 Internal grinding machines...o. 3 22,641 28,360 754000 Braiding and insulating
744205 Tool and cutter grinding machines and parts ................... ... 14,447 2,623
machines, including universal 754200 Beaming, warping, and slashing
tool and cutter grinders ... No. 1 234 198,473 320,769 machinery and parts ........ ......... 22,184 110,266
744207 External cylindrical universal 754400 Dyeing and finishing machines
grinding machines ...........No. 1 2,300 2,360 and parts................................ 84,889 303,739







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: D STRATL s

Commodity ehi Commodity Shippin
code No. Commodity description and unit Net Value weig code No. Commodity description and unit Net Value
( )ched- of quantity quantity (dollars) weightt (Sched- of quantity quantity (dollars) (ponds
ule h) o you) ole B) (po )

GRO7 7.-MACHINERT AND GROUP ?.-MACHINERT AND
VEICL --Continued VEHCLES-Continued
TEXTILE, SEWNG, AND SHOE OTHER INDUSTRIAL
MAC4HINE !--Continusd MACHINERY--Continued

Textile machinery--Continued Other industrial machinery and
754900 Other textile machinery and parts, n.e.e.s
parts ......................... 295,953 931,963 775006 Plastic molding machines and
Sewigpresses ........................ .......... 14,885 26,107
755105 Domestic sewing machines ..... No. 1,795 43,165 264,054 775012 Measuring machines for use
755107 Parts for domestic sewing in measuring or inspecting
machines ................................. ..14,948 5,727 precision parts for use In the
7S5205 Factory or industrial sewing metal-working industries... No. 2,640 35,911 11,300
machines .................... No. 2,216 260,315 266,431 Furnaces, industrial other
755207 Parts for factory or industrial than electric,
seeing machines................ ........... 149,260 160,667 775022 Metal working .......................... ...38,256 129,901
757500 Shoe machinery and parts, except 775025 Except metal working.................... 40,697 194,206
seeing machines .................. .......... 131,906 327,173 775098 Industrial machinery and
parts, n.e.s................... .......... 4,592,670 8,068,450
OTPER INDUSTRIAL MACHINERY
OFFICE APPLIANCES
759000 Cigarette and cigar making and
other tobacco machinery and Accounting, bookkeeping, and
parts...................................... 12,464 5,5M4 calculating machines:
759200 Cream separators valued $50 or 775200 Non-descriptive or non-textover .......................... go 258 24,525 44,873 writing bookkeeping and an759300 Other dairy equipment and counting machines, new ..... No. 265 152,102 75,277
parts for commercial use................... 188.828 476,675 7?75300 Descriptive or text-writing
760000 Bakery machinery and parts .................. 121,424 361,519 bookkeeping and accounting
760500 Flour-mill and gristmill machines, new .............. No. 90 80,477 26,529
machinery and parts ........................ 50,144 164,734 7?5600 Listing adding machines, new.No. 1,962 256,81 106,728
760900 Rice-mill machinery and parts................ 24,276 118,497 775700 Calculating machines, nonSugar-mrill machinery: listing, new............... No. 687 151,525 30,288
761200 Cane mills.................. No. 191 12,965 142,115 775900 Card-punching, sorting, and
761900 Other sugar-mill machinery tabulating machines, new.... o 197 202,654 127,379
and parts...................... .......... 306,891 1,360,059 776000 Other, including used and
762500 Paper and pulp mill machinery rebuilt..................... No 168 31,780 13,872
and parts.................................. 106,033 481,452 776100 Parts for accounting, book762800 Paper-converting machinery and keeping end calculating
parts...................................... .111,415 152,353 machines ................................. 156,306 66,230
Woodworking machinery: 776267 Addressiog machines ............No 105 35,371 25,704
763100 Sawmill machinery and parts................ 71,576 284,113 77622B Equipment, and parts, for
763600 Planers, marchers, Jointers, addressing machines .............. .......... 20,821 43,395
and molders ................ No. 231 30,606 108,958 776307 Duplicating machines, except
763800 Veneer machinery and parts................ 57,891 198,395 lithograph offset type...... No. 595 47,942 67,154
763900 Other woodworking machinery 776309 Duplicating machines, lithograph
and parts ................................ .332,412 655,382 offset type ................... No. 11 4,600 4,71
764100 Blowers and ventilating ?76319 Parts for duplicating machines .... ........... 26,361 35,279
mach-,ery and parts........................ 140,928 412,738 Cash registers, and parts:
764200 Cannery machinery, and parts ................. 152,846 433,524 776400 New......................... No ..................... ............
764400 Bottling, bottle-washing, and 776600 Used and rebuilt ............. No. 483 69,111 79,358
bottle-labeling machinery 776700 Farts ..................................... 15,297 17,414
and parts .................................. 216,530 480,153 Typewriters, and parts:
764500 Brewers' machinery, and parts..... .......... 64,490 325,828 777000 Standard, new ................ No 3,280 269,191 197,376
765000 Ice-making equipment and parts ............... 60,287 364,288 777200 Portable, new ................ No 6 315 286
Refrigerating equipment and 777410 Rebuilt....................No. 473 25,544 26,041
parts, 77?490 Other, used .................. No. 34 1,605 1,590
765200 Not over 1-too capacity... ................... 141,868 299,373 777500 Parts....................................... 75,932 67,576
765300 Over 1, not over 10 tons 777700 Staplers and staples (for office
capacity ....................... .......... 105,11 211,090 use) ....................................... 43,654 47,076
765400 Over 10 tons capacity ..................... 71,053 259,765 777900 Other office appiaence.- and parts,
765700 Self-contained air-conditioning n.e.s.. ..................................... 143,022 85,378
units and parts ............................ 14,211 25,714
765800 Air-conditioning equipment and PRINTING AND BOOKBINDING MACHINERY
parts, n.e.a ............................... 138,268 310,239
766100 Vegetable oil-mill machinery 779000 Typesetting machines..........No. 28 89,665 101,301
and parts ................................. 170,783 772,752 779100 Printing presses.............No. in 124,824 447,388
767100 Cotton gins, cotton presses 779300 Bookbinding machinery,
snd parts ................................. ...197,953 753,557 accessories, and parts..................... 44,121 76,588
769100 Bll bearings end parts, 779500 Other printing and typesetting
except balls................................. 796,853 838,F66 machinery, parts, and accessories ........... 214,518 354,591
769200 Roller bearings and parts,
except rollers ............................. ..503,375 783,269 AGRICULTURAL MACHINERY
769300 Balls and rollers for bearings ............... 44,449 96,73? AND IMPLEB11TS
Air compressors:
Stationary: 760000 Bee-keeping equipment ............. .......... 69 117
770400 Cpacity not over 25 cubic 780100 Cream separators, under $50 ... No. 2,099 62,076 119,669
feet ..................... No. 720 84,891 263,731 780200 Other dairy equipment for farm
770500 Capacity over 25 cubic ft..No, 190 322,203 767,655 Ilse ....................................... 81,572 210,875
770600 Portable air compressors ..... No. 142 185,601 435,593 780400 Incubators and brooders ........ No. 152 18,025 60,479
71000 Meat and other food grinding and 780600 Poultry equipment, n.e.s .................... 6,653 40,129
slicing power-driven Sprayers ad dusters:
machines ...................... No. 461 46,923 103,652 780700 Hand sprayers for trees and
7?2000 Paint-spraying equipment and crops.....................No ?,905 39,971 129,531
Q.rts ...................................... 50,000 66,580 780800 Power sprayers for trees and
Laundry machinery: crops..................... No 259 59,468 .1075
773700 Poser-driven machines for 780900 Small sprayers for garden and
commercial laundries ........No. 48 22,644 75,9863 household use, under 12 ..... No 96,885 23,351 79,250
773900 Other laundry and dry- Implements of cultivation
cleaning equipment and parts............. .llO,878 376,255 781000 Horse and power plows ........ No 3,952 219,115 1,996,356
774020 Testing machines, for tension, 7b1400 Harrows.....................No 8668 67,977 711,266
ductility, compression, hard- 781a00 Cultivators, horse and
ness, torsion and flaw- power .......................No. 2,414 57,246 $56,853
testing ...................... No. 668 27,851 24,935 782400 Planters, horse and power...Bo. 2,033 85,773 669,234
774098 Industrial indicating, record- 782700 Drills and seeders, horse,
irg, or controlling instruments power, and hand............No. 356 18,492 160,593
and apatus, n.e.s ....................... 425,430 3S5,703 7&)900 Other cultivating implements.No. 3,487 17,01 152,500
774100 Gas meters and parts ........................ 23,978 65,419 Harvesting machinery.
774200 Water meters and parts ........................ 40,677 50,292 784100 Mowers, except lawn mowers.. .No 760 80,440 593,593
774430 Pipe valves with bodies of ?84200 'ewn mowers, hand and poser..No. 20 886 2,404
iron and steel ............... No. 30,240 999,477 2,495,179 784400 Hayrakes and tedders ......... No 392 22,887 279,405
774470 Pipe valves with bodies of 784700 Grain harvesters and binders.No 69 20,200 199,315
brass, bronze, or other non- 764900 Combines or reaper-threshers.No 955 925,240 4,912,814
ferrous me9-is ................ No. 107,368 225,660 514,083 765900 Other harvesting implerents..No. 822 87,122 759,553










UNITED STATES EXPORTS OF DOMESTIC MERCHANDISE-UNE 1945-Continued

commodity Shpig Commoity Sipn
Comod t o C d d i n uei code No. Commodity description and unit Net Value Shipping
code No. Commodity description and unit Net Value weight (ched- ofqatty quantity (dollars) weight
(Sched- of quantity quantity (dollars) pounds) (Ss of quanti qt)
ule B) ( ne )

GROUP 7.-MACHINERY AND GROUP 7.-MACINRY AND
VRI CLES--Continued VEHICLES-Continued
AGRICULTURAL MACHINERY AND AUTCMOILES, PARTS, ACCESSORIES,
IMPLEKETS--ontinued AND SERVICE EQUIPMNlT-Continued

Seed separators$ Automobiles, parts, and
786100 Threshers .................... No. 38 47,679 26b,946 accessories-Continued
786400 Corn sheilers................ No. 318 7,962 82,163 Motor trucks, busses, and
786900 Other separators ............. No. 162 18,760 54,295 chassis (new)-Continued
787000 Feed cutters, grinders, and Over 2-1/2 tons-Continued
crashers ....................No. 502 49,438 332,103 Gasoline (carburetor
Tracklaying tractors, type)-Contnued
carburetor type (new)% 790463 Over 4, not over
787300 Under 35 drawbar horse- 5 tons ................No. 183 591,439 2,348,892
power ....................... No. 714 721,030 5,136,777 790465 Over 5 tons ............No. 203 2,128,207 4,651,219
787430 35 under 50 drawbar 790468 Station, warehouse, and
horsepower .................. No. 1 2,4S2 15,620 factory trucks, whether
787450 50 under 65 drwbar[ or not containing conhorsepower .................. No. 2 2,800 37,400 veying, lifting, stack787550 65 under 80 drawbar ing, or similar accessory
horsepower ................No.................................. ..................devices..............No. 48 256,825 582,820
787550 80 'nd over drawbar 790500 Bus chassis ............... No 17 21,526 99,257
horsepower..................No. 9 84,150 121,500 790600 Motor trucks, busses, and
Trocklaying tractors chassis (secondhand) ........ No 441 621,018 2,357,489
injection type (new)- Passenger care end chassis
787600 Under 35 drawbar horse- (new)power ...................... No. 67 142,603 612,719 790700 Not over $850 (list price).No ........... .......... .............
787730 55 under 50 drawbar 790800 Over $850, not over 11,200
horsepower.................. No. 129 438,892 1,836,892 (list price) .............. No. 5 5,467 18,604
787750 50 under 65 drawbar 790900 Over $1,200, not over $2,000
horsepower................. No. 77 547,929 1,473,642 (list price) .............. No. 7 12,263 31,795
787830 65 under 80 drawbar 791000 Over S2,000 (list price).. .No 3 10,381 16,210
horsepower .................. No. 16 76,841 577,252 791100 Passenger cars and chassis
787850 80 and over drawbar (secondhand) ................ No 109 11O,805 378,411
horsepower .................. No. 222 2,114,069 7,513,642 Parts, except battery boxes,
Wheel trastors (new)s tires, inner tubes, fan belts
787900 Garden ....................... No. 316 197,200 957,207 and engines
788000 1 plow ....................... No. 784 405,542 1,853,905 791200 Automobile parts for assembly ............7,470,260 43,021,788
788400 2 plow....................... No. 1,409 994,453 5,144,940 Automobile parts for replace788500 3 plow ...................... No. 2,184 2,095,092 10,743,969 ment on vehicles788600 4 plow and over .............. No. 621 762,656 3,901,557 792100 Spark plugs .............. No. 556,723 140,853 104,592
788700 Engines for tractors ........... No. 182 40,073 144,869 792305 Automobile parts for
788800 Used tractors, all types ....... No. 135 398,227 2,019,051 replacement, n.sa........... .......... 1,520,485 21,236,553
788901 Parts and accessories for Automobile accessories,
track-laying tractors ...................... 2,541,329 6,641,979 792600 Automobile hoes, hand and
788905 Parts and accessories for electric............... No. 29,687 47,004 124,181
wheel tractors ............................. 913,561 2,292,227 792700 Other automobile accessories,
789100 Windmills .................... No 478 31,695 283,797 n.e.s ...................... .......... 633,881 1,257,474
789300 Towers for windmills ........... No. 478 21,877 264,641 Automobile engines:
789600 Hay r-esses, hand and power .... No. 70 47,474 307,065 For assembly on new vehicles
789905 Parts for agricultural with American trade name.
machinery, except tractors ................. 834,218 4,582,478 Motor truck and bus
789998 Other agricultural machinery, engines:
and implements, n.e.s ...................... 177,790 1,118,066 792830 Diesel and semi-Diesel,
injection type ........ No. 62 121,681 169,336
AUTOMOBILES, PANTS, ACCESSORIES, 792850 Gasoline, carburetor
AND SERVICE EQUIPMENT type .................. No. 391 75,158 291,935
792900 Passeager car engines .... No. 51 2,969 21,850
Automobiles, parts, and For replacement on vehicles
accessories, with either American or
Motor trucks, busses, and foreign trade name or
chassis (new)s assembly on new vehicles
Under I tons with foreign trade name780101 1/4 ton and under ........ No. 488 587,067 1,627,920 793150 Diesel and semi-Diesel
790102 Over 1/4 ton, not injection type .......... No. 21 29,813 42,111
over 1/2................ No 59 61,939 219,403 793150 Gasoline, carburetor
790105 Over 1/2 ton and under type .................... No 911 213,596 519,412
1 ton ................... No 115 117,496 541,211 792160 Automobile tire-service
780105 Station, warehouse, and equipment and parts .............. .......... 112,475 223,591
factory trucks, powered 793170 Pumps for gasoline and oll.....No, 491 19,404 35,489
by gasoline motor, whether 793180 Other automobile service
or not containing con- appliances and parts ............ ........... 280,596 513,544
veying, lifting, stacking, 793190 Trailers, n.e.s., except
or similar accessory military .................... No. 182 220,94 913,786
devices ................. No 87 85,610 326,461
1, and not over 1-1/2 tons: AIRCRAFT, PARTS AND ACCESSORIES
790201 1 ton .................... No 3 5,465 10,200
780202 Over 1, not over 1-1/2 Aircraft:
tons .................... No 3,731 5,265,604 22,575,245 (Model number, names of mana790205 Station, warehouse, and facturer, and manufacturer's
factory trucks, powered designation of planes indiby gasoline motor, cated by shipper.)
whether or not containing (Armament when shipped with
conveying, lifting, aircraft included, but armament
stacking, or similar as replacements or supplies
accessory devices ....... No. 5 5,054 19,990 is indexed in respective
Over 1-1/2, not over 2-1/2 classifications):
tons: Combat (complete aircraft,
790501 Over 1-1/2, not over 2-1/2 either assembled or
tons, n.e.s............ No. 7,591 18,856,589 73,830,686 knockdown),
790305 Station, warehouse, and Bomberss
factory trucks, powered 793200 Heavy bombers, 4-engine..Ros 88 19,157,809 2,956,800
by gasoline mtor, whether 793220 U.S. Patrol bombers,
or not containing conveying 4-engine...............No. .......... .......... ............
lifting, stacking, or simi- 793230 Medium bombers, 2 engine.No, 40 6,414,013 1,140,000
lar accessory devices.. No. 13 19,147 58,860 793260 Light bombers, 2-engine..No. 8 823,682 115,200
Over 2-1/2 tons- 793290 U.S. Patrol bombers,
Diesel and semi-Diesel 2-engine ................No. 8 1,362,272 280,000
(injection type)- 793300 Light bombers, l-engine,.No, 22 1,927,209 520,152
790431 Over 2-1/2, not over 4 Fighters:
tons .................. No. 8 10,803 49,350 793350 Fighters (pursuit and
790432 Over 4, not over interceptor, l-ongine.. No. 298 18,902,965 2,654,b67
5 tons ................ No ...................... .............. 793380 Naval fighters, l-ongine-No 93 7,122,813 1,107,100
790435 Over 5 tons ...........No 189 1,865,603 4,568,330 793390 Naval reconnaissance,
Gasoline (carburetor type)- 1-engine ................ No 17 810,067 256,266
790461 Over 2-1/2, not over 4 793700 Fighters (pursuit and
tons.... ...No 1,696 5,339,640 20,031,167 interceptor) 2-ongine... No. ......... .......... .............









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Commodity Shipping Comodity hte t d il

code No. Commodity description and unit Net Value -ig cod.odity ity descrwpthn td nit Net
(Sched- of quantity quantity dollars ) (Sched- of quantity quantity (dollars)
ole B) (puns ue R)(puns

GeOll 7. 4ACHINERY AND GROLT 7.-t-vNhTl0
VEHICLES--Continued I CIPS-Conti noed
AIRCRAFT, PARTS AND A! r, P 7rs AlD
AC 9ESSORI 9-Continued PCCPSC1/d --Contind

Aircraft--Contnued Aircraft--Contnued
Service combat (complete Parts for aircraft-Contnued
aircraft, either assembled Aircraft parts and accessoor knockdown): ries, n.e.s.-Continued
Transportst 794996 Bomb nights for aircroft.No. 974,329 5,586
793720 Heavy transport, 794996 Other (incomplete aircraft
4-engine ................ No. 2 ?31,364 73,660 shipments for assembly
795740 Heavy transport, abroad included, when
2-engine ................ No. 7 1860,481 180,194 such shipments cover
793750 Medium transport, parts not specifically
2-engine ............... No 181 16,827,570 3,022,238 indexed in respective
793780 Light transports, aircraft classifications) .. ......... 064 2,164,618
2-engine ................ No. 24 1,596,044 353,733 OTHER VEHICLES AND PARTS
Communication:
793800 Comunication, 2-engine..No .... ..... ............. Cycles:
793820 Coo-ronication, i-engine..NO ..................................... 795000 Bicycles .....................No. 1,457 36,650 49,469
Trainers (complete aircraft 791200 Motorcycles .................. rO. 57 24,512 41,890
either assembled or knockdown): 795300 Bicycle parts and accessories,
793900 Advanced trainers, (except tires and tubes) .................. 57,486 119,965
2-engine .................. No .......... ........ .. 795400 Motorcycle parts and
793930 Advanced trainers, accessories, except tires
I-engine .................. No. 102 3,011,84 804,400 and tubes ................................ 22,355 29,30
793950 P-sic trainers ............No. ........................ ............. 798500 Merchant vessels............... No. 47 3,56,713 22,861,990
79.1970 Primary trainers .......... No. 24 24,000 160,320 Other Watercraft:
794250 Civil air-planes ............. No. 35 770,796 240,954 Naval craft and parts:
794301 Barrage balloons ............. No ..................................... 795661 Sularines ................ No ..................................
794505 Gliders and lighter-than-air- 795663 Salvage vessels ............ No. .......... .......... ............
craft, except barrage 795665 Convoy escort vessels ...... N ..................... ..............
balloons ................... No ....................... ............. 795668 Mine sweepers .............. No ..................................
794400 Landplanes mimes engines.....NO ...................... ............. 795689 Auxiliary ships ...........0. ..................................
Parts for aircraft: 798671 Antisubmarine motorboats ...No. .. ........ .. ..............
Parachutes, and parts: 795673 Iotor-torpedo boats ....... No. 4 120,000 53;,7:0
794505 Parachutes .............. No. 541 63,750 lb,960 795675 Submarine chasers. .. .. No.. ......... ...............
Parachute parts and fittings: 795677 Standard navy launches .... No. 16 921,200 1,37,200
Assembled harness, harness 795679 94nding craft ..............No. 561 1!,033,559 17,245,157
fittings (adotor 795681 Other ..................... No. 135,497 766,200
fittings, D rings, bnap- 795689 Parts, and accessories, for
hooks), ano shrouds..... .......... 3,189 1,120 naval craft, except engines ............. ,165,055 5,775,275
794596 Other parachute parts and Watercraft, except naval:
fittings................. .......... 151 20 795691 Not over 16 gross tons.....No. 7 30,368 92,416
Radial engines: 795695 Over 16 gross tons ......... No. .......... ......................
794601 1340-inch piston displace- Internal-combustion marine engine,
ment and under .......... No. 69 296,411 97,176 carburetor type:
794603 Over 1340-inch through 795700 Detachable motors (outboard).No. 1,461 66,049 529,352
1630-Inch piston 795900 Other ........................No 369 53,663 635,940
displacement ............ No. 52 530,291 120,696 Railway cars:
794605 Over 1830-inch piston Passenger service:
displacement ............ No. 64 1,049,731 222,870 79600 Electric railway or tram... No........... .......... .............
Other engines: 796100 Steam railway .............. No .................. ................
794607 1340-inch piston displace- Railway motor cars:
ment and under .......... No. 51 89,666 2,653 796200 For track inspection and
794609 Over 1340-inch through maintenance work .......... No 146 53,373 213,401
18306-inch piteon die- 796400 Passenger cars ............No............ .......... .............
placement ............... No. 1,193 19,643,179 3,130,532 796600 Freight cars over 10 tons
794611 Over 1630-inch piston capacity ...................No 40 1,109,507 19,196,715
displacement ............ No. 32 210,032 96,60 796750 Mine, industrial, and other
Aircraft engine parts and freight cars, not over 10
accessories: tons capacity.............. No. 869 251,227 2,677,432
794705 Carburetors, cowls, crank 796600 Air-brake equipment and parts............. .5 81 204,790
cases, cylinders, 796900 Parts, except axles and wheels............ 412,565 3,742,46
generators, magnetos, spark 797000 Railway signals, attachments and
plugs, starters, super- parts ...................................... 34,669 70,748
chargers, and valves for 797200 Railway car-heating equipment
use in aircraft engines ............... 1,076,964 226,066 and parts ........................ ........... 8,19 7,768
794798 Other engine parts and 797500 Wagons end drays .............. No. 203 1,37 175,612
accessories .......................... 6,498,215 1,531,792 799100 Wheelbarrow ................... No. ,962 634 323,806
Aircraft instruments, and 799200 Pushcarts and hand trucks ..... No. 815 2,806 126,192
parts: 7995C Wheels, n.e.9 .................. No. 6,91 22,255 305,84
794801 Automatic pilot controls.... .......... 175,419 10,611 Ordnance combat vehicles,
794803 Automatic pilot for and parts:
aircraft ................ No. 5 2,250 84 799601 Carriers, universal .......... No. 244 490,612 1,688,552
79480, Aircraft gro 799603 engines for carriers ......... No........... .......... ............
instruments ............ No. 222 48,404 2,854 799605 Engine parts for carriers ........................... .............
?94806 Aircraft navigational 799607 Transmission, and parts,
instuments............. No. 246 17,980 1,76 for carriers.....................................................
794607 Aircraft radio traonamitting 799609 Parts, and acc~ssories, for
ond receiving sets ...... No. 1,481 2,004,909 215,495 carriers, n.e.3 .......................... 208,626 371,602
1948e Parts of aircraft radio 799611 Scout cars (except armored)..No. 1,816 6,649Ul 8,479,498
transmitting and receiving Armored Cars
sets ....................... .......... 11,719,596 1,485,544 799613 Light ...................... 3 10,500 28,380
79409 Directors and range finders........... 510 20 799614 Medium ..................... No ..................... .............
79481. Self-synchronous trans- 799615 Heavy ...................... No ................... .............
sitters end indicators, Personnel carriers:
such as selsyne and 799623 8 man *-2 ................ No ..................... ............
sv nchro units and switch- 799624 i man M-3 ............... No ..................... .............
boards, for Aircraft .................. 105,619 8,685 79962 Other ...................... NO ..................................
'19461L Sound locator for aircraft ...................... ............. 799628 Ordnance combat vehicles,
794694 TAchometers for aircrftNo. 24 2,262 146 n.e.s .......................No 303,144,337 5,719,520
75409b Aircraft instruments and 799629 Parts and accessories for
parts, s.os........................ 691,222 125,737 ordnance combat vehicles ................. .3,865,000 6,365,206
794912 Propellers .............. No. 1,114 1,400,79 67,503 Ordnance service and repair
79491 Propeller parts and trucks, and parts.
accessories ............................ 791,892 161,599 799651 Artillery repair trucks.. ... ..O..... .
Aircraft parts and accessories 799652 Instrument repair trucka...No ..................................
n.e.s. 7989613 Machine shop trucks ........ No ....... ............
794992 Life jackets and life rafts 799654 mall arms repair trucks...No. ...........
for aircraft ............ No. 66 1 ,625 4_,30 799653 Tank maintenance trucks....No........... .......... .............
794995 Bomb-rack controls, control 799656 Tool and bench trucks .No..................... ..............
columns, decer, frure as- 799657 Welding trucks............No........... .......... .............
aeibliss, fuel tanks, oxy- 7996b8 Arecking trucks............ No. 97 79,197 594,860
gen rcguator ad tanos, 799659 Service and repair trucks,
rdder pdol6,s:ruts emi n.e.so...................No 7 6,460 133,272
brces, rc, wln tips for 799661 Parts and accessories for
use in ircrAft...................... 9'4,329 3! ,86 service and repair trucks ........ .... 171,123 1,933,731














Commodity Commodity
code No, Commodity description and unit Net Value weShipingt code No. Commodity description and unit Net Value Shipping
(Sched- of quantity quantity (dollars) w h (Sched- of quantity quantity (dollars) ( neigh
le B) pounds) )pounds)

GROUP 7.-MACHINERY AND GROUP .-CHEMICALS AND
VEHICLES--Continued RELATED PRODUCTS-Contied
OTHER VEHICLES AND COAL-TAR PRODUCTS-Continued
PARTS-Continued
Coal-tar acids, crude and
Ordnance combat vehicles, intermediate:
and parts-Continued 802600 Phenol or carbolic acid..L...b. 1,417,860 206,588 1,554,183
Military trailers and parts 602405 Picric acid ..............Lb 154 120 454
799701 1/2 ton and under 802409 Cresylic acid and cresol .... Lb. 12,089 1,251 13,917
2 wheel...................No. 1,000 208,084 609,000 602420 Benzoic acid, technical and
799703 Over 1/2, not over 1 ton medicinal grades............ bi S,765 3,116 6,415
2 wheel cargo.............No. 232 80,898 692,300 802460 Salicylic acid technical and
799705 Over 1/2 not over 1 ton medicinal grades ............Lb 39,940 15,612 57,122
2 wheel, 250 gallon tank..No ................................. 802488 Other coal-tar acids........ Lb, 3,157 2,930 3,857
799707 Over 1 ton, not over 1-1/2 Coal-tar intermediates, except
tons (van included) ......No. .......... .......... ............. coal-tar acids:
799709 2 wheel 2 horse vans.....No. .......... ......... ............ 802515 Aniline oil ..................Lb, 4,525 614 5,237
799711 4 wheel....................No. .............. ................... 802519 Aniline salts................Lb. 1,174 279 1,459
799715 4-ton 4 wheel van K-68...No. ............ .................. 802560 Beta naphthol and beta naphthol
799717 5-ton pale type............No. .......... .......... ..........flakes...................... Lb. 18,414 4,185 20,194
799719 12-ton.....................No....................... ............ 802550 Dimethylaniline.............. Lb. 56 35 1C
799721 20-ton tank transport...... o .......... .......... ............. 802570 Diphenylamlne............... Lb. 1,016 802 1,144
799723 20-ton low bed house.......No. ................................. 802580 Pentachlorophenol ........... Lb. ....... ........................
799725 5600 gallon gasoline 802587 Sodium pentachlorphenate....Lb, 5. 98 ;70
4 wheel...................No. ................... ............. 802590 Phthalic anhydride...........Lb. 226,028 29,767 250,430
799727 40-ton tank transport......No. 25 108,435 521,888 802591 Tricresyl phosphate..........Lb ................................
799729 Military trailers, n.e.s...No, 60 164,050 716,567 802593 Dibutyl and diethyl phthslate
799751 Parts and accessories for and dlpropylphtholate,
military trailers...................... 114,807 116,478 (norl and iso)........... 3Lb 70 87 451
799741 2-1/2 ton surgical .........No ......... .......... ........ 802594 Nitroderivatlves of benazene,
799743 2 wheel cargo..............No. 2 5,192 20,800 toluene, xylene, naphthalene
799745 Van K-55 ................... No. ..................... ............. and phenols in addition to
799747 6-ton 2 wheel, coast those specified in President's
artillery ...............No. .......................... ...Proclamation of May 1, 193?7.Lb. 52,902 3,670 59,435
799749 6-ton 2 wheel van ........ No. .......... .......... ............. 802596 Styrene ......................Lb. 3,000 948 3,299
799751 6-ton van and stake........No. ........... ..........8............. 02598 Other coal-tar intermediates.Lhb. 188,995 74,059 217,399
799755 10-ton 2 wheel van .......No ........ .......... ............. 802800 Rubber compounding agents of
799755 10-ton low bed and stake coal-tar origin............... Lb. 55,037 140,196 606,162
2 wheel van...............No. ................................. Coal-tar dyes, stains, color lake
799756 12 through 16-ton and toners:
4 wheel van...............No. .................... ............. 805901 Color lakes and toners ..... Lb 44,202 32,414 52,604
799757 20 ton tank transport....No..... ................................ 805903 Sulfur black.................Lb 211,691 57,622 243,755
799759 Military semi-trailers, 805005 Synthetic indigo.............Lb, 22,489 17,799 27,604
n.e.s ....................No. 132 376,444 1,308,828 805909 Other coal-tar dyes..........Lb. 1 ,394,414 1,485,856 1,631,162
799761 Parts and accessories for Synthetic flavors and perfume
military semi-trailers....... .......... 414 979 materials;
799800 Mob le communications units..No. 11 128,923 22,990 606130 Vanillin.....................Lb. 1,456 3,812 1,792
Military tanks: 806190 Other synthetic flavors and
Light tanks weighing under perfume materials ......... Lb. 9,607 18,425 14,055
20 tons each: 8C6910 Methyl salicylate, technical
799921 Model -3 ................No. ................. a................nd medicinal grades....... Lb. 74,097 27,228 159,725
799923 Model M-3A1............. No. ................ ................. 606920 Sodium benzoate, technical
799925 Model M-5................ No. 44 670,252 1,572,280 and medicinal grades........Lb. 43,908 21,188 52,280
799927 Model T-7, except 806930 Photograchic chemicals of
aero-tanks.............. No. ....................... ......... coal-tar origin........... Lb. 6,980 7,654 9,289
799929 Light tanks, n.e.s N........No. ............................... 806998 Other finished coal-tar
Medium tanks weighing 20 to 40 products..................... Lb. 56,445 51,852 64,598
tons each:
799951 Model M-3............... No .......... ....................... MEDICINAL AND PHARMACEUTICAL
799952 Model M-SAl .............No.......... .......................PREPARATIONS
799923 Model M-A2.......... ...No........... .......... .............
799954 Model M-1A5 ............. No. ......... .......... ............. 611100 Castor-oil .................. Gal. 5,080 6,635 36,980
799935 Model F-3A4..............No .......... .......... ............. 611500 White mineral oil...........Gal. 402,77 166,268 5,271,954
799926 Model M-3A5 ..............No. ............................... 811905 ish oils and flsh liver oils
799941 Model M-4................No. ......... .......... ............. and concentrates thereof,
799942 Model -4A1 .............. No .......... .......... ............. medicinal grades .............Lb. 200,548 310,959 368,323
799943 Model M-4A2 ..............No. .................. ..... 11998 Vitandnes and vitasterols,
799944 Model M-4A3 .............No ......n..... .................. ......b. 540,875 1,962,920 85,997
799946 Model m-4A4..............No. .......... ....................... Biologics:
799946 Model M-4AS ..............No .. ...... ......... ............. 812000 For animal and veterinary use... .......... 64,859 51,693
799949 Medium tanks, n.e.e ...... ........No.. .......... ............. 812100 Serums and antitoxins for
799955 Heavy tanks weighing over human use...................... .......... 155,849 24,217
40 tons each .............No. .................... ............. 812200 Vaccines for human use.................... 45,214 9,299
799957 Other military tanks. ...... No, .......... .......... ........... 612300 Glandular products, organ7?9961 Mil-tary tank radio transmitting otherapeutics, enzymes,
am receiving sets..........No. 1,909 337,568 166,449 ferments, and culture media.... ......... 796,846 280,637
799963 Parts and accessories for Druggists' nonproprietary
military tank radio trans- preparations:
mltting and receiving sets............... 5,590 2,038 Elixirs, tinctures, fluid
799971 Engines for light medium extracts, ampoules, and
and heavy tanks.............No. 292 1,613,547 650,665 similar liquid solutions;
799975 Engine parts for light, medium 612403 Fluid extract of belladonna
and heavy tanks................ .......... 304,249 180,604 leaf, N.F., and root,
799981 Transmission and transmission U.S.P., tincture of
parts for light, medium, and belladonna, U.S.P., and
heavy tanks.................... .......... 177,663 319,318 belladonna liniment, N.F ..... ......... 527 424
799985 Other parts and accessories for 812413 Fluid extract and tincture
light, medium and heavy tanks.. .......... 4,698,348 5,764,679 of hyoscyamus................ .......... 257 212
799 Boat propellers and blades 812419 Fluid extract and tincture
(brass or bronze).............Lb, 42,075 24,887 44,063 of stramonium.......................... .......... .............
799998 Vehicles and parts, n.e.s......... .......... 262,212 1,266,219 812498 Elixirs, tinctures, fluid
extracts, ampoules, and
GROUP 8.-CHEICAILS AND similar liquid solutions,
RELATD PRODUCTS ............ .......... 31,960,459 642,639,951 n.e.s.................................. 166,707 235,627
812500 Menthol....................Lb.I 6,272 60,454 12,107
COAiL-AR PRODUCTS 812750 Quinine sulphate........ Av.o.i 1,553 6,7189 412
812750 Other quinine salts and
600500 Crude and refined coal tar... .Gal. 117,022 9,727 1,197,278 compounds, quinine sulfate
800600 Benzol or benzene.............Gal. 198,254 30,653 1,460,759 content................ Av.oz. 26,590 16,187 3,656
800700 Coal-tar pitch...............L.ton 105 2,111 236,408 Tablets, pills, capsules,
801000 Creosote or dead oil..........Gal. 14,156 3,652 145,606 powders, ointments, and
801100 Toluene or toluol..............Lb. 1,099,618 42,021 1,101,247 similar manufactures, n.e.sa
801200 Xyler- or xylol................Lb. 72,548 5,428 90,673 812792 Acetylsalicylic acid or
802005 Naphtualene........ ..... .......Lb 1,692 728 1,836 aspirin, in tablet form..... .......... 17,692 57,3?79
602025 Pyridine, crude or refined.....Lb 10,760 .2,931 12,194 b12793 Extr ct of belladonna, and
802098 Crude coal-tar products, belldonna ointment and
n.e.s ........................ .Lb. 175,872 u,210 188,274 plaster, U.S.P..........Lb 162 1,092 597









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carlodsty
e \. o -olty -rdtion ano nit V lue SCi i ode No. Commodity aeocription ad unit Net .ele Sippotg
lbed- off ;oont1ty qsntity :1 \ (onds ched- of q.nntity quardity fdollrs)


.- 1C :5 IROFFd-C'P: \
? C0 S-CEtirued ag: F'" "S-Continued
I ?k:? IP. /.0 es Sy-r!ALTI-.5-ontimued

620050 Nicotine alkaloid .............. 209 S66 265
tr.f sto n.;.- r- 620100 Copper sulpste or blue
vrepara* ors-Contirmed itriol ....................... Lb. 94 59,45 6,609,841
alets pale, cov ,.1 820)0 Lead arsenate .... ...Lb. 182,364 19,407 179,988
ocaders, o:r.tments, and 8320300 Calcium arsente n e.lb. .2..,00 57,034 563,305
a~iler sanuffcture, ?820400 Petroleum oil sprays,
..S.-Cort ed agric.Itral ..... ..........cel. 2 0 ,4 224,642
.2794 Lr ct of yc ur or 820150 Pyrethrum extrrct............ _Lb. 0 2 43
"cnbane............. ..LI. :4 213 9" 1l .I Seed disinfectants ....... 12,e91 9,-62 17,799
012bI i'nract of stramanium ...... LO00 1,141 736 820160 Faradichlorobenzene............ Lb. 111,662 12,564 120,603
a.9 Scopolanine *Hyscine....Av.oz. 69 2,521 A1 620591 Cupric acetoersenite (paris
1279b Tablets, pills, capsules, vreen) ........................ Lb. 27,346 6,860 33,067
coAdero, oirtent, and 820592 bYrethrun or insect flower
si-dilar manufactros, .e.s.. .......... 597,093 462,424 orders w... ...... Lb. 3,219 406 3,373
Medicinal cheicals for 820693 Rotenne ......... .....1. ts,526 3,85 6,517
prescription use- b20,96 Calcium cyanide...... .......Lb. 295,43 ,795 333,846
1S3- Atropine sulfate ..........Av.oz. 872 a,207 471 820596 Other agricultural insecticides,
oldhal Caffeine alkaloid ............ 4,235 32,141 5,790 fungicides, and similar preparee13112 Caffeine salts and tons and materials, dry or
compounds.................IA. 11,834 36,975 17,731 liquid basios..................b. 664,769 103,433 1,012,531
613 R adium salts And omponds, 820600 Household and industrial
radium content............."gm. 137 3,994 161 insecticides, exterminators,
31317 Strychnine and salts,.....Av.os. '39 585 602 and repellents, liquid, paste,
6ld.5ib Theobromoe end theo L0r .'ine powder ......................Lb. 1,882,822 1,281,676 2,671,078
selts and compounds....Lb. 8,807 26,542 14o,779 920900 Househsold and -'ndusatrial
u151I9 Theophylline and theophylline disinfectants, deodorants,
salts....................Av.oz. 32,649 31,187 5,864 geinides, and similar
*1352: ?ensocaine-esoote, preparations..................Lb. 462,136 92,876 562,588
ethocnine, novacais, 923000 Baking powder..................Lb. 445,417 54,662 $24,401
P-aranoberaoyl-diethny- 623300 Dextrine or British gum........Lb. 462,971 35,641 468,597
laminoethanol, plunoroine, 923400 Tobacco saucing or extract used
and a.1 fons of racc:4re. ..b. 19,408 78,91 34,780 for flavoring tobacco.........Lb. 9,930 3,459 12,645
e13530 Acetylaalicyli acid or 823801 Pigmented resin emulsions for
aspiri, i' b, 1k...........lb. 2 "4,929 199,164 textile use...................Lb. 23,719 7,607 25,97
c13540 cetophen-tedine.............b. e,4l M,733 b2,922 923803 Detergents, penetrating, wetting
elk:3 llycerophos.n"ric acd and and touring agents, and dyeing
sats ......................L. 32,408 32,6e0 assistants....................Lb. 216,556 53,494 246,648
Phenolphtrlein ...........,..Lb. 4,893 6,797 623809 Other textile specialty
-1i561 S.lfahilimide................Lb. 29,779 39,216 82,216 compounds.....................1b. 729,319 136,995 813,21.
813865 Sulfathisaole and 823901 Chromium tanning mixtures .....Lb. 413,653 52,166 444,503
derivatives.................Lb, 56,656 190,927 131,699 923998 Tanning specialty compounds,
611161 Sulfediazine and derivatives.Lb. 33,016 242,279 82,689 n.e.e.......................Lb. 1,109,374 91,072 1,234,7l9
136' Sulfaguanidine..............Lt. s,820 61,078 19,955 824000 Water softeners, purifiers,
613369 Other sulfonamide drugs......Lb. 22,662 151,919 41,779 boiler and feed-water
61318 Medicinal chemicals for compounds...................Lb. 727,488 88,863 781,681
prescription use, n.e.s........ .......... 3,021,384 1,872,175 625000 Metal-working compounds......Lb. 51,625 3S,096 6.8,971
Household medicinal chemicals Synthetic gums and resinst
and pharmaceuticals in small In powder, flake, or liquid
packages form.
814100 Solids................................... .. 47,013 152,631 823100 Eater gums................Lb. 303,35 34,250 324,633
d14200 Liquids.................... .............. 12,774 77,497 825300 Alkyd resins...............Lb. 153,949 33,608 171,326
Proprietary medicinal preparation Tar-acid resins
814800 Mouth washes, gargles, and 825501 Phenol-formaeldehyde resins
personal antiseptics........... .......... 72,202 186,508 in powder, flake, or
614900 Corn and foot remedies.......... .......... 24,883 15,548 liquid form...........1b. 539,615 107,761 580,968
811001 Belladonna plasters, U.S.P....... .......... 3,290 2,230 825598 Otror....................Lb. 205,020 34,746 216,016
015098 Plasters, n.e.a................. .......... 110,281 169,154 Ureat
615100 liniments....................... ... 27,506 8$,14 825707 Urea-formaldehyde reins
Salves and ointments: in powder, flake, or
815200 For burns, cuts, skin liquid form...........Lb. 253,742 56,564 273,479
diseases, insect bites, 825798 Other.....................Lb. 1,237 310 1,378
inflammation, etc............ .......... 88,291 67,651 Synthetic guns and resins,
815300 For coughs, colds, caterrh, in powder, flake, or liquid
and bronchial infection...... ..... .. 1239,268 260,515 form, n.e.s., except synthetic
815400 Coal, cough, and bronchial rubberspruporations, except solves and 825801 Casein...................lb. 1,028 389 1,002
ointments....................... .......... 105,919 290,500 825603 Methyl methacrylate,
61500 Asthma, catarrh, and hay-fever unftbricated.............. Lb. 7,881 6,071 8,917
preparations, including 6Z5805 Nylon .....................lb. 2,332 3,2"1 2,836
inhalnts, except salves and 831609 Uther....................Lb. 455,963 32,936 479,037
ointaments.................... ............ 85,862 69,503 825829 Polymers of styrene, vinyl
611700 Malaria, chill and fever scetals, vinyl aretate, vinyl
remedies...................... .......... 694,646 o7,145 alcohol, vinyl chloride and
816000 Tonics, blood purifiers, vinylidene chloride; and coemulsions, and appetizers.... .......... 24",'24 570,207 polymers of vinyl chloride
816100 Laxatives, pirgetives, and and vinyl acetate..........Lb. 1,061,11 462,380 1,123,502
cathartics..................... .......... 133,911 228,569 Sheets, plates, rods, tubes,
816200 Milk of Magnesia................ .......... 17,71 117,826 and other unfinished fore&618500 Digestive preparations.......... 106,80 161,272 Laninateds
816'00 Headache, neuralgia, And pain 026001 Of phenol-formaldehyde
remedies....................... .......... 211,188 87,224 realns, fabricated....Lb. 44,258 29,b26 $1,227
816003 Extract and fluid extract of 826007 Of urea-formaldehyde
belladonna leaf and root; resins, fabricated....Lb. 3,516 4,160 4,990
tincture of belladonna, 826098 Of other synthetic gums
U.S.P.; lelledon ointment, and resins........b 20,476 36,090 23,152
1.S.?.; homatropine (tello- Notalaminsad:- .
dona root)................Lb 1 330 122 826101 Of phenol-formaldehyde
alo1 Extract, fluid extract, and resins, fabricated.....Lb. 4,965 1,671 6,676
tincture of yocyas. ............ ............. 826103 Of methyl methacrylete,
o18014 Extract and fluid extract of fabricated..............Lt. 38,271 34,301 46,337
stramonium (Jimson weed).... Lb. .......... .......... ...... 8.26107 Of urea-formaldehyde
618019 Tincture of stramonium, resins, fabricated......Lb. 10,712 1,580 11,066
sttmonium ointment, And 826198 Of other synthetic gums
scopulamine (Hyoscinn) and resin,..............Lb. 4,463 2,880 5,02
(Stramonium)...............Lb. 20 16 4S Pyroxylin products
a- ,81 Proprietary medicinal 826200 Pyroxylin scrap and film
preparations, n.e.s......................78,217 49S,167 scrap...................... 30,709 4,224 33,594
826300 Pyroxylin plastic film,
-P 10 11, support of base...........1. 25,020 184,024 322,419
626400 Pyroxylin sheets, rods, or
v3X) 1.cotine s 1p:.ate (40 per tubes and other unfinished
cnt basis)................... :,261 7,d4 11,767 forms.....................Lb. 94,088 94,b2) 110,425










'1IT'D STATES EXPOF TS OF DuoESTIC irKCHA' DISE-o'JE J45- ionltinued


Corsoodity Shipping Commodity Shipping
coddeo.Noo.uCoy desriptondansunriNetialue nippngnCoosNdty snplin
code No. Corodity description and unit Net Value weight code No. Commodity description and unit Net Value weight
(Schad- of quantity quantity (dollars) (pounds) (Sched- of quantity quantity (dollars) (pounds)
ule B) ule 8)

OROP? 8.-CHENICAL AND GROUP B.-CHEMICALS AND
REPEATED FPhODUCTS- Continued RELATED PRODUCTS-Continued
CHE2EICAL SPEIALTIES-Continued INDUSTRIAL CHBTICALS-Cont.

826505 Cellulose acetate molding Alcohols-Continued
compositions and molding 831400 Ulycerin, 100 percent
powder, plasticized...........Lb. 222,051 92,459 239,062 glycerol basis..............Lb. 534,384 88,268 564,659
826598 Cellulose acetate sheets, rods, 831505 Thiodiglycol...............Lb. .......... .......................
tubes, and other unfinished 851598 Alcohols, n.e.s..............Lb. 467,579 94,211 575,070
forms, plasticized............Lb. 109,703 97,601 150,643 831600 Acetone ........................ Lb. 2,666,528 215,150 5,034,017
826700 Cellulose acetate plastics film 831700 Hutyl acetate ................. Lb. 88,838 42,579 100,442
support....................... Lb. 211,193 232,667 281,200 851900 Carbon bisulphide..............Lb. 177,8983 12,185 209,386
Nitro and aceto cellulose: 832001 Formaldehyde or formalin, 40 perSolutions, collodion, etc., cent solution by volume, 37 perexcept lacquer: cent solution by weight .......b. 1,149s884 50.724 1,216,035
826801 Nitrocellulose, having 832001 Paraformaldehyde, solid........Lb. 5,886 1,309 6,528
nitrogen content of more 852005 Formaldehyde, gas.............. Lb. so50 7 83
than 12 percent..........Lb. 210 244 250 832200 Amyl acetate ,.................. Lb, 1,716 775 2,393
826805 Nitrocellulose having 952500 Synthetic collecting reagents
nitrogen content of 12 for concentration or ores,
percent and less.......... Lb. 9,765 4,298 12,284 metals, or mineral............lb. 1,106,594 212,989 1,228,708
826898 Aceto cellulose...........Lb. ................... ............. 832800 Cellulose acetate flake, waste,
Not in solution, awet down with and scrap, not plasticised....Lb. 16,006 4,855 17,483
water or diluent: 832910 Carbon tetrachloride.......... Lb. 292,311 17,281 304,3
826901 A.irocellulose having 852930 Ethyl acetate ..................Lb.1 10,775 1,513 12,644
nitrogen content of more 832950 Solium acetate................ Lb. 46,890 2,421 50,710
than 12 percent..Lb.(dry wt.) 61,869 15,901 86,515 832960 -ethyl-ethyl ketone..........Lb 14,475 12,091 151,423
826905 Nitrocelulose having 852970 Ethyl ether ...................Lb. 37,786 14,037 65,556
nitrogen content of 12 Uther oganic checsals sot of
percent and es..(dry wt.) 121,588 33,347 226,575 coal-tar origin c
826998 Aceto cellulose...Lb.(dry at.) .................... ................ 83298 Butadiene ........ .......Lb. 1,316,455 672,433 2,316,455
827500 Cements for sealing cans.......Lb. 250,369 67,517 276,835 832985 Vinylidine chloride.........Lb ......... ..........
827400 Uther cementing preparations for 8162987 Chloroacetvl chloride........ Lb. ................... .............
repairing, sealing and adhesive 602988 Chloroprene.................. lb. ................................
use............,.............Lb. 88,575 84,079 668,219 832995 Camphor, natural and
d28900 Soecialty clearing and washing synthetic...................Lb. 94,75 4,821 117,500
compounds, except soap........Lb. 994,736 90,487 1,130,055 832996 Hexamethylene tetramine ...... Lb. 2,101,798 15,895 2,412,866
Polishess 832998 Other, n.e.s................. Lb. 1,394,931 595,515 1,550,595
829000 Metal and stove polishs.....Lb 172,406 24,068 243,690 833600 Aluminum sulphate.............. Lb. 5,846,657 74,519 5,890,887
829100 'hoe polishes and shoe 832905 Aluminum chloride, anhydrous...Lb. 85,479 6,990 94,906
cleaners.................... Lb. 295,596 88,153 398,856 833998 Aluminum compounds, n.e.s ..... Lb. 563,714 28,644 580,457
829200 Leather dressings, oils, 634010 Calcium bypochlorite...........Lb 119,621 28,156 130,7b2
polishes, and stains........Lb 662,686 126,665 774,148 834090 Other bleaching powder.........Lb. 58,755 5,057 74,198
829300 Floor wax, wood and furniture 834100 Calcium carbide................Lb. 1,988,810 89,191 2,151,414
polishes....................Lb. 241,075 453,150 610,799 834300 Calcium chloride...............Lb. 3,166,322 6,721 3,252,515
829400 Automobile polishes..........Lb. 110,360 28,715 154,713 Bromine, bromides and bromates:
829550 Natural flavoring extracts........ .......... 309,640 362,778 834401 Bromine......................Lb. 367 403 1,094
829590 Synthetic flavoring extracts................ 155,860 162,905 834402 Potassium bromide............Lb. 7,611 14,530 9318
11 14,10 79 318
829600 Pectin .........................Lb. 147,318 179,176 180,545 854405 Sodium bromide...............Lb. 9,879 2,618 12,864
829700 Animal charcoal or bone char, 834415 Ethylene dibromide........... Lb. ................................
deoOrising, decolorising, and 834498 Other ........................ Lb. 29,680 21,549 50,236
gas absorbing carbons, n.e.s..Lb. 482,142 109,480 515,582 Iodine, iodides, and iodates:
829800 Rubbe. compounding agents, 94610 Potassium iodides............ Lb. 7,33 9,754 10,458
n.e..........................Lb. 284,375 86,50' 505,629 854630 Iodine, crude and
Anti-knock compounds not of resublimed.................Lb 25,397 34,990 30,390
petroleum origin: 834698 Other........................Lb 2,149 4,580 4,439
829915 Ethyl fluid................ 4l. 233,875 907,954 3,582,401 potassium compounds, except
829919 Any mixture containing more fertilizers:
than 5co tetraethyl lead 855700 Bichromate and chromate......Lb 117,179 12,354 126,684
per gallon................ Gal. .............. ...... ............. 835600 Hydroxide or caustic potash..Lb. 839,416 58,933 880,715
829950 iquid gum inhibitors for Other:
treating petroleum distillates... .......... 74,012 71,120 935904 Potassium carbonate and
629950 Licorice extract and mass................... 15,950 87,056 mixtures................. Lb. 820,719 57,881 875,581
829970 Reagent chemicals for laboratory 835905 Potassium bitartrate and
use............................. .......... 52,411 88,656 mixtures .................. Lb. 18,779 11,505 20,954
829990 chemicall specialty compounds, 855908 Potassium chlorate and
n.e.s............................ .......... 624,681 3,653,229 mixtures ................,Lb. 108,815 15,489 117,222
835913 Potassium cyanide and
INDUSTRIAL CHEMICALS ixtures ................Lb. 4,197 2,389 5,067
825917 Potassium nitrate and
Acids and anhydrides: mixtures (black saltpeter
830000 Acetic acid, 130 Percent powder). (President's procacetic acid........ .......Lhb. 136,801 19,2A0 190,275 lamation of May 1, 1957)..Lb. 26 5 29
830100 Acetic anhydride............. 3 64,73 15,677 185,107 835918 Potassium nitrate, n.e.s.,
A30200 Tartaric acid................ Lb. 149,073 103,434 165,189 and mixtures............. Lb. 546,712 42,299 575,890
Other organic acids and 835923 Potassium permanganate
anhydrides: and mixtures.............. Lb. 22,507 6,945 25,465
850307 Citric acid............... Lb, 106,102 23,715 120,476 835939 Rochelle salts.............Lb. 257 142 498
830309 Oxalic acid.............. Lb. 199,532 24,301 214,010 835998 Other potassium compounds,
830598 Other, except coal-tar.....Lb. 610,328 93,055 714,401 (not fertilizer) .........Lb. 155,529 29,304 168,145
Ino.ganic: 6856214 Kernite or rasorite............Lb. 1,429,412 29,151 436,996
820700, Hydrochloric or muritic...Lb. 175,745 12,351 271,2A6 Borates, refined:
860B00 Boric or boracic, except in 836221 Amonium borate.............. Lb ..................... .............
small packages............Lb. 1,059,654 55,629 1,077,829 836222 Borax glass ..................Lb. 6,750 1,385 10,054
630910 Chromic.................. Lb. 22,760 4,184 25,714 836227 Sodium metaborate...........Lb. 6,210 499 7,548
830930 Nitric.....................Lb. 95,649 9,437 167,797 836229 Sodium tetraborate, borax,
850950 Sulihuric, fuming or oleum, sodium borate ....... ......Lb. 3,545,724 106,006 3,604,104
500 Baume basis..6.. ..Lb. 21,551 1,331 29,905 836298 Borates, n.e.s ..............b... 91,832 5,984 398,719
830970 Other sulphuric, 0 Boune Sodium compounds, n.e.s.:
basis ...................Lb. 702,416 20,836 815,980 856400 Silicate or water glass......Lb. 2,525,566 48,893 2,622,164
Other inorganic acids and 836500 Carbonate, calcined or saodashlb. 12,863,681 191,211u 12,959,067
anhydrides 836700 Bicarbonate or baking soda,
630990 Arsenious oxide or white except in small packages.... Lb. 3,091,423 71,592 3,211,696
arsenic................,Lb. 46,599 2,062 49,449 b36800 Bichromate and chromate......Lb. 495,461 58,180 521,633
830992 Molybdic acid and molybdenum 836900 Cyanide......................Lb 12,212 1,494 13,364
trioxide................Lb. 151 188 286 867300 Hydroxide or caustic soda,
830995 Phosphoric acid, ortho- except in small packages....Lb 12,812,499 308,264 14,660,553
-yro, and met-. ........Lb. 214,632 31,942 252,004 837700 Sodium phosphate (mono-,
830995 Tungstic acid............Lb. 12 52 35 di-, tri-, mets-, or pyro)..Lb 1,194,574 87,358 1,258,965
830998 Other inorganic acids and 6837800 Hydrosulphite..............Lb. 171,498 30,211 184,738
anhydrides .............. Lb. 1,003,627 42,229 1,032,975 Other sodium compounds
Alcohols: 837?05 Sodium chlorate............ Lb. 121,574 13,185 156,958
831000 Methanol..................CaGl, 9,955 6,146 81,250 627909 Sodium perborate...........Lb. 5,091 1,202 7,685
831100 Ethylene glycol.............,Lb. 2,308,148 235,029 2,406,372 637998 Other, except sodium borates
831200 Solidified denatured alcohol.Lb. 2,435 33 2,724 and nitrate........... ..Lb. 4,145 101 180,897 4,428,145
631300 Butanol or butyl alcohol..... Lb. 8,982 16,722 100,717 858100 Tin compounds..................Lb. 7098 2,978 7,819










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"ammodity CommodityA
code No. Commodity description and unit Net Value Sipping code No. ommodity description and unit Hart Value sipn
a ched- of quantity quantity (dollars) wegh -rherh. of quantity quantity (dollars) VIh


OB'P 11 SAND ROPb.-DelulS AND
Q-ELAT.D P.EDUCTS-Continued RAED PPOUCT--Continued
IJTRTA', CHEVIPAIS--Continued P-'lETS, P.!lgeS AND V! T*RES-Continured
A donum compoundsco4: Aquaona &r::ords a oiqtuor vinearl-earth viarments
o4 ammoonium hydroxide ....... La. SJ,^ll 5,057 fi,> dry)-*Continured
-6OJ harbonAte and carbonate ....12, 13",131 10,779 1,8 e40t0 Uther idserdlwarth rignentriwth. 2, 107,asm 40,950 2,159,n1p8
ccm Chloride or sAl annontac ..... lb. 13,S7O 1,644 822 heateel pigments:
co+1 %anidine nitrate ............ Lb .......... .......... ............. 94 1100 Zinc oxide .......... .........4&b. 1,-o',261 11, 0k61 1.24-,629
N351 itrate .....................Lb. 1,832,7?38 8,758 1 -40^4 6 00 'ithopone ....... I............,Lt. 1,2.2,000 101455 2, 289,2
U352 rea ......................... lb. 2S6,229 11,14? 6,4 41900l Lampblock ...................L. In. 72 I ,e 3,1
~S8 Aw-o~nium compounds, n.e.s ....... .......... 9,4v1 4"7,I c2600 Carbon black or yas blacK...,'>. Id6te1 e $4 l 8 1
Gases, compressed, liqueted, e54200 Red lead, dlyf...............J.b. 15,40 4,71 Lab6
$90 And solidified: 6,42500 Litharge .....................Lb In :I0',6% 156 5o2d
ob00 Armnonias anhy~drous ........... Lb. '66,379 55,519 1,134,4?Q White lead6310 Other gaseous refrigerants...Lb. 4.16,729 94,719 666,191 W42600 Dry or basic lead
oS9200 Chlorine ..................... Lb. 664,669 17,18W 8o6,328 carbonate .................. b. 85A54 4 f,1,55 bb581
8594ry) helium gas ................ cu.ft. 12,600 76 7,980 642700 In oil ..................Lb. 176, ule 10,,836 18,
Gases, r.e.s., liquefied and iui2800 Titanium dioxide and
solidified- titanium pigmertt ........... It. ,145,514 200,199 2,176,196
c -511 Lung irritants, n.e.s.x except 64905 C:- rne tnts, containing
chlorine and chloropierin.Lb .......... .......... ............. 101 or more chromium ......Lb. 19,130 18's-70 86sZE
"?essi cantx .................lb .......... .......... ............. lead 1q u
3-: a h ymptors ............... Lb .......... .......... ............ 8 91 n". mi e a . .....Lb .......... .......... .............
Sternatators ............... Lb,. .......... .......... ............. R42913 Sublimed lead or basic
3,11 Screening smaoka ............ Lb .......... .......... ............. sulfate, dry ............,Lb. i8s 2
,159 Items enumerated in category 842 9i9 Zinc s, 7 fide ...............th, 9,000 763 9,120
VI of President's Proclamation B42998 Chemical pigments, n.e.s ... Lt. 49651 15,31 6f10
of May 1, 1937, n.e.s ..... Lb .......... ......... ............ 80000O bituminous paints, liquid
a 58 Other, n.e.a ............... Lb. Zi12,226 82,298 906:40 ard elastic ...................... .......... 12,1 92 1,77.5,605
itner industrial chemicals Paste and semipatte pmint colors
Antimony salts and commao-nds- in oil, putty and paste wood
**59E0)3 Antimony oxides (tri-, filler:
.atra-, penta-). ..........Lb,) 31 ,202 5,256 31,.'90 415 Red lead in oil ............. ,Lb. 1 286 1s?74 14,643
038i608 Other antimony salts and mA19 Other, except Aluminum pnd
compounds ................. Lb. 28,300 6,554 30,41,7 alumirium-brnnze pastes. ..... Lb. 270,907 6c,0646 30t,,7
9ismuth salts ard compounds. Water paints (a11 type)
639631 nismuth nitrates And -1,5210 hater paints, dry ............ Lb. 372,dst) S2,873 5939,42-9
mixturesa..................iLb. 7,F89) r, ",7"93 +4.50 inulsion paints..............Gal. 11,826 16, 789 152,699
B ismuth carbonates and t43260 1: a.ter paints, in paste fonm,
mixtures .................. Lb. 1,786 2,.>4 2 021 except emulsion paints.....Gal. beb 11,342 ?1 Ae88
cht= Other ...................... Lb. 1,501 .,60b 1:995 Nitrocellulse and other cellulose
thJ Cadmium salts and compounds..Ib. 2,017 1,84.9 2,2s2 lpcquiers:.
0,9,2 .hromiun salts and compounds, 8430 rig~oenteo ................... Gal. 40s964 106, ORO10 ;32,061
except chemical pigments .... Lb, 9,912 r,76'q 11,4-c 6410 Clear ....................... Gal. 13,072 2As464 118,173
Cd 2 obalt spita and compounds, 8455-10 1Thinners for nitrocellulose and
except chemical pigments .... Lb. 1,560 1,521 1,888 30 ,other cellulosic lacquerson-al. 46,644 62,241 214,965
OCnper salts ard compouindes 83 ed-riedoitsais
19It Curi oids.........L. 39 22 band enamels ..................,Cel. .449,914 482,49t0 3,116,850
: 17 Cuprous oxide .............. Lb. ?,S3< 1,623 ',4 420 Varnishes, natural or
3"E Other ......................,Lb, 4?,344 8,026 49'3-S synthetic .................... Gal. 42,504 80,069 397,618
Manganese salts And compounds-.
059"2 Maganese dioxide (including FEPTTLTZFRS AND FERTILIZER
battery mix) ..............ILb. S99,336 S4,590 918,139 MAUTERIAI-S
839728 Other ......................LIb. 67j828 3,012 69,6$2 Nitrogenous fertilizer materials:
Mercury salts and compounds; Ni-trogenous chemical materials
8391'1 U.ercurous chloride or 850500 Amnmonium sulphate ..........1 h. 2,526,500 59,641 2,W4,867
eslomel ..... I....I... .......Lb. 919 2,689 1"'19 K00)5 Calcium cyansmide ..........lb .......... .......... ...........
639142 Mercurie chloride or obD0od Calcium nitrate ............ Lb. 922 A67105
cor**osive sublimate.,......Lb. S(Y7 !,102 799 80^919 Sodium nitrate, r.e~sa...... Dr. 1.750,450 24s918 1,756,5ES
b39 43 wercuric folminat*..........Lb ....... ... .......... ............. 6t)92,5 Urea ....................... Lb .......... .......... .............
.69o46 Asrcuric oxide, red Anid 650998 Nitrogenrous chemical
yellow .................... Lh. 417 9,6m4 3,667 materials, n.e.s .......... lb. 89,880 1,785 89e880
.637 46 Other ...................... Lb. 961 4,914 1,n27 b51000 Nitrogenous organic Waste
39t oy eu alaadmaterials ................. Lb. 2,446,241 t&,564 2,4664116
compoundso, n.e.s ............ Lb .......... .......... .. ........... Phosphetic fertilizer mAteriales
BA470 11ckel salts and compounds-.Lb,1 21,42, S,9'4 dy7 Phosphate rock:
.6 '., Racium salts and compounds, Florida:
radliuma contor t............. Yg*. 6 1,Z.7 3 015 10 High-agrpe here rocx...L.ton ......... .......... ...... .......
Str..ntium Ztla compourds:.I .1120 -and penble ............ L. ton 14,092 161,567 31" :8,182
r -r e se:Sa 5150 Other .................. L.ton 11,580 74,F05: 25,491,960
............L. ..... :.... alicO Tennessee, Idaho, and
ni,-:........ Motane rock............. .tor, 16,946 95,027 4t,0.-n02
.............. ebl 65901 Normal superphosporte, containTit -r rio.... .. ... ing not more then 20 percent
tt!in ltt, available phosphoric Acid.,,b. 21,L, ,60S 176,405 21,S35,670
wp .................. 851909 Concentrated superphost ate,
Angsten salts and -r nFLb. 106 66o6 cos.sing more than 26 perCC ranium salts end compounds.orea 3,5 cent available ianosphorie
Vanedium salts s: cmpnd acid .......................It. ",ad9,i?0 84,196 7,00,772
f a'um oxide .............'Lb .......... ..... ..... ............. tb2000 -ther phosphate aterials .... It. 1-73,605 1.1,782 192,690
58 Other ........................Lb. 112 35** 21Fotassic fertili-er n*ter:Mr:
Zinc salts and compoundat 86310 kotessium nore........... lb. 1,, 0,620 191,418 12,2b2,144
LS e4 Zine chloride ..............Lbt. 74 128 1 252 7,1 31 FatAssium1 a ae ............'.t. 4315 5,7933 334,336
41 Lne -l*''te ..............,. 6'r" ,9" 19-27959 ratpssic f'ert.il-izer materipte,
O ther ......................lb, .'/9 5 9,451! /\ n.e~s., conta in~g 2] or more
7,irion! ten ts adt compoiindst potassium ..xid (K20) equvi4 Zirtorizem oxidesa...........Lin. 93,5c- 20,814 182" Ilent, n. e.a. I2 ? 2 >)0 extent
Otmar ......................Ltn. y) a51lr ,S ^e v lent as is)........... Lb. ,1 s.0 12, U'39 1,t12,360
?'la inum Eroup salts and chlFotassic fert-lizer materials
c orpoundr.*I: containing lest than 20 percent
< 4 latinum ........ ........ T.oz. 4 110 potassium oxide 100
Other plati:9.* -,rows ,,Itc c i equivAlent.. ................ Lb. .......... .......... ......... ..
-ed cmpouods ........... T.. 6" 4C 6'J OS Nxrceenous phosphatic type% ... Lb. >4 J00 1,.!22 ;4,240
85 horium Salts erd ti1,100 trepared fertilizer mixtures-.Lt. ?,4,09 0,146, 2,975,195
comioules ....... .............hb. y642 "007 7,,t"IF.,F FSM
<7 Phospborous-, eeetl...I. 19,t19 1 ,e4 541EXLjTS FEE0
02 Carilm comm andt. ............Lb. I (xo 1, !, 1,1*" Explosives:
.1wsoium compolnor-........... ,e. .,......... .......... ............. 800101 Smokeless powder ..............Lt. 24-s,514 3,o 20,944
R vtner induistriAl chericiiL* ...... .......... 22 12 2,761,232 bt00103 Cordite kd .................Lbin. .......... .......... ...... .. .
PT^ ET"LPil" '.D" 67 0 et0o Dynamite ..................... t. 81t,.0 1 z917, 6,6
Other explosives%
U.erleatrvineferv)l Comercial explosive-*
acheramber sienna, and r abstin cl etin in....., 49,9w 1219 ,445