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

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United States exports of domestic and foreign merchandise (including exports under the lend-lease program)
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United States -- Bureau of the Census
United States -- Bureau of the Census. -- Foreign Trade Division
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Began in 1942; ceased with May 1946.
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"Report no. FT 400."
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Description based on: Jan. 1945; title from cover.
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Prepared under the supervision of the chief of the Foreign Trade Division.

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DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE BUREAU OF THE CENSUS
HENRY A. WALLACE, Sec try Washington 25, D. C. J. C. CAPT, Diorr









REPORT NO. FT 400






UNITED STATES EXPORTS

OF DOMESTIC AND FOREIGN MERCHANDISE



(INCLUDING EXPORTS UNDER THE LEND-LEASE PROGRAM)




--July 1945




.S e o O COMMODITY TOTALS




(Information on subsequent revisions in this repo will be supplied upon request.)
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PREPARED UNDER THE SUPERVISION O ,
J. EDWARD ELY
Chief Foreign Trade Divisimon
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-Frpderick W. Harrison Export and Shipping Statistics-William C. Flaherty Export and Lend-Lease Statistics-Milton Kaufman Shipping Statistics-Nathan Habib Import Statistics-Frank C. Bauer











Report No. FT 400

s. eport No. FT 400 are


/ Yearly, star!t.g with figures for 1942total 51 r ndar year, individual
*Qalendar 4tfis not shown separately.................. $ .10

rd.s nths of 1942 total for six
s ArMr individual calendar months shown separately ..................................... .35

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




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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 ..................................... Is

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

9 Miscellaneous .............................................. 2 S

Exports of Foreign Merchandise .................................................... 3 1

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

0 Animals and Animal Products, Inedible ...................... 31

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

2 Vegetable Products, Inedible ............................... ii 2

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

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

5 Nonmetallic Minerals ..................................... 33

6 Metals and Manufactures .................................... 33

7 Machinery and Vehicles ..................................... 33

8 Chemicals and Related Products ............................. 33

9 MiscellaReous .............................................. 34












tP:I'1 o ;AC. +. 2XF:+ !q ')2Y 2 Aq:C .fl WS2--~JULY, 1945


Comolty Cortty
coe o. ty description d unit t Value pin code ho. Co ty Gescription and unt .et Value
(Scheo- of .~untly cuntity (dollars) (po s) e- of qantty q tity r(oPr)
ule B) de 7)

TOTAL bilT 7TT-7 9. .UR ROUP OS-Ah L AND ANIMAL
OF DCit.TIC a. FORma PROMICTS, DIBL-Contines
MJEChDISE....... ... ... 82,713,447 1P,143,367,949
FISH
TOTAL 2NITE. ST,-.- E5WC.TS
OF DALZSTIC C;DIS,.E ...... ......... 848,54,917 17,947,C32677 Fresh Fish:
- 0071.00 .htman......................Ib. 26.{, 44,855 510,175
GROUP 00.-ANIM1LS AND 007100 Other ........................L. i7,940 9, 44 19,6)6
ANIMAL PRODUCTS, EDIBLE...... .......... 79,314,169 339,479 O,73 Oysters fresh, in t sh ........... ........ .............
_00730 oysters, fresh, shucked, frozen.
or in ice ..................Lb. 32-0 224 50
ANIMALS, EDIBLE 007400 Shrimp, fresh, frozen, or in
iee. ........................Lb. 6,613 2 75 8,400
001000 Cattle for breeding ............ No. 290,312 1,521,868 007500 Shrimp, dried................ Lb. 2,275 16,999 54,310
001200 Other cattle ...................No. 109 3,982 41,835 Fish, salted, pickled, or ory001300 Hogs (swine)...................N 450 19,349 123,645 cured:
001600 Sheep ..........................No. 250 12,051 30,965 007700 Salmon.....................Lb. 62,528 16,287 89,500
001900 Poultry, live ................. Lb. 6,30 11,187 8,290 007800 Cod, haddock, hake, pollock,
cusk......................Lb. 368,325 7,744 42,380
MEAT PRODUCTS 007901 Herring....................Lb. 102,775 5,989 149,50t
007903 Sardines...................Lb. 215 59 513
Beef and veal, except canned: 007998 Other fish salted, pickled, or
002000 Fresh or frozen..............Lb. 143,039 55,5358 146,707 dry-cured................. Lb. 5,490 2,427 6,554
002100 Pickled or cured.............Lb. 206,799 30,800 372,583 Fish, canned:
002200 Horse meat (all kinds).........Lb. 251,323 32,733 298,849 008400 Salmon..................... Lb. 16,650 12,215 74,683
Pork, except canned: 008500 Sardines...................Lb. 4,726,764 619,724 6,350,565
002700 Fresh, or frozen pork........Lb. 1,559,598 375,408 1,583,490 008601 Cod, haddock, hake, pollock,
002800 Ham and shoulders, cured ....Lb. 2,S45,549 726,684 2,952,443 and cusk..................Lb. 100 45 134
002900 Bacon........................Lb. 2,457,955 464,300 3,116,098 008603 Herring................... Lb. 846 253 1,147
005000 Cumberland and Wiltshire 008698 Other canned fish, except
sides.......................Lb. .................. ..... .......... shellfish.................Lb. 3,040,369 502,966 3,768,035
003200 Other pork, pickled or Shellfishsalted...................... Lb. 3,845,730 563,957 4,865,089 006700 Shrimp...................Lb. 1,531 1,222 5,286
003400 Mutton and lamb (except cannedLb. 3,178 989 3,381 006801 Lobster..................Lb 147 07 258
003500 Sausage, bologna and frank- 006805 Crab meat and crabs......Lb 50 32 61
furters, except canned........Lb. 37,162 11,439 40,976 008805 Clams and oysters........Lb. 1,510 6,087 18,994
003600 Beef, canned...................Lb. 6,583 2,378 9,554 008898 Other....................Lb. 63,668 11,25 82,590
003700 Pork, canned...................Lb. 1,067,606 428,020 1,552,144 009005 Lobster, fresh................Lb. ........... .......................
003800 Sausage, bologna, and frank- 009005 Crabs, fresh...................Lb. 47 105 216
furters, canned...............Lb. 15,165,179 ,151,126 19,449,024 009007 Clams, fresh...................Lb. 640 83 860
003901 Chicken, canned................Lb. 207,88 249,019 290,955 009098 Edible fish and fish products
003907 Tushonka, canned...............Lb. 27,062,706 11,625,446 34,728,634 n.e.s ........................Lb. 177,571 28,603 213,611
005909 Other canned meat..............Lb. 247,731 62,756 299,699
004000 Poultry and game, fresh or OTHER EDIBLE ANIMAL PRODUCTS
frozen........................Lb. 25,258 12,415 30,294
004100 Kidneys and livers, fresh, frozen, Eggs and Egg Products:
or cured, except canned.......Lb. 547 88 572
004500 Tongues, fresh, frozen, pickled, 009200 Eggs in the shell...........Doz. 57,593 162,556 6.,248
or cured, except canned.......Lb. ......... ........................ 009303 Egg Albumen (Frozen, dried,
004400 Sausage ingredients, salted or or otherwise preserved).....Lb. 25,227? 46,045 29,.38
otherwise cured, except onned.Lb. ...... .......................
004500 Other meats, except canned.....Lb. 100,319 25,074 105,581 Other Egg Products:
Sausage casings; bladders, bungs, 009305 Dried........... .......... Lb. 14,416,442 18,694,3 17,391,060
middles, rounds or weasands: 009307 Frozen..................... Lb. 11,484 3,8.78 12,514
004600 Hog..........................Lb. 170,877 190,649 211,725 009598 Otherwise preserved........Lb. .......... .......... ...........
004700 Beef.........................Lb. 217,626 51,11 507,865 009400 Meat Extracts and Boullion OCubesLb 34,510 56,957 6 ,995
004900 Other........................Lb. 171,040 186,644 211,222 009500 Gelatin, edible................Lb. 67,398 42,56 76,544
009900 Edible animal products, n.e.s............... 129,316 284,962
ANIMAL OILS AND FATS, EDIBLE

005000 Oleo oil.......................Lb. 48,970 6,855 59,000 GROUP 0.-ANIMALS AND ANIMAL
005100 Oleo stock...................Lb .................... ............... PRODUCTS, INEDIBLE ..................... 7,920,654 11,6B8,08
003200 Tallow, edible.................Lb. 100 17 120
005500 Lard (natural lard included)...Lb. 40,835,651 6,510,868 45,73355,554 HIDES AND SKINS, RAW, EXCEPT FURS
005600 Oleo stearin ..................Lb. ................... .............
005900 Oleomargarine or animal or 020101 Cattle hides, dry, over
vegetable fats..............Lb. 12,091,239 2,157,835 14,046,580 12 pounds.....................Lb. ................................
0O0103 Cattle hides, dry, over
DAIRY PRODUCTS 12 pounds, quantity only... Piece .......... .......... ............
020103 Cattle hides, wet, over
Milk and cream: 25 pounds..................... Lb .......... .......................
006000 Fresh and sterilized........Gal. 28,51 41,1531 331,311 00104 Cattle hides, wet, over
006100 Condensed, sweetened.........Lb. 10,468,879 1,794,097 12,817,267 25 pounds, quantity only ....Plece .......... .......... .............
006200 Evaporated, unsweetened......Lb. 71,492,804 9,365,160 92,058,775 020601 Calf skins, dry, not over
006500 Dried whole milk.............Lb. 8,003,401 3,226,660 9,510,352 6 pounos...................... Lb. 14 31 16
006400 Dried skim milk .............. Lb. 21,480,025 3,603',820 24,569,546 02060 Calf skins, dry, not over
006550 Butter, natural................Lb. 5,022,945 1,510,949 5,718,880 6 pounds, quantity only.....Piece .......... .............
006670 Butter oil.....................Lb. 1,781,227 1,009,559 2,433,251 020603 Calf skins, wet, not over
006590 Butter spreads................. Lb. 209,502 106,57 245,802 12 pounds..................... Lb. 17 39 18
020604 Calf skins, wet, nut over
Cheese: 12 pounds, quantity only ....Piece 4 .......... ............
Processed, blended, and spreads: 020701 Kip skins, dry, not over
006755 Processed American Cheddar.Lb. 899,543 296,9 1 1,017,545 12 pounds.....................Lb. ...............................
006758 Other cheese processed, 020703 Kip skins, dry, not over
blended, and spreads.....Lb. 24,520,460 7,564,582 27,545,795 12 pounds, quantity only ....Piece .......... .......................
Cheese, whether or not in 020703 Kip skins, wet, not over
original loaves, except any 25 pounds ..................... Lb ........... ......................
cheese processed other than 020704 Kip skin, wet, not over
by division into pieces: 25 pounds, quantity only....Piec .......... .....................
006795 American cheddar............Lb. 1,130,742 391,25 1,258,0 3,001 Sheop skins, dry...............Lb. 81 9 81
006798 Other........... ............ Lb. 829.699 286,835 947,64 0230 Sheep skins, dry........... .. ..............................
2003 Sheep skins, wet............... Lb. ................................
Infants' and Dietetic Foods: 0,34 Sheep skins, wet............Piece ..
00650 Chiefly Milk Base...........Lb. 453,871 241,8606 62,130 05300 Lamb skins, ry..... ...........Lb........ ........... .............
(I9o1 Other(br use in milk fbrsaoaqLLb. 29,0 66,i14 198,.297 023006 L.ab skins, dry..............PiCe ..
l007 Lasb skin, wet................Lb........... ...................
Uthnr dairy products: 02C300 Lamb skins, wet............Piece ..
006901 Malted milk, compounds, and I1,010 Goat skins............. ...Lb........ ..........................
mixtures.................. Lb. 194,90 1 4,1 I 595,040 0252 oat skins. ................Piece ... ...... ......................
00690 le-cream powder, mix and 0 5 Kia skins........... ........... b 60 4,070 80
preparations................Lb. ,8 22,970 74,619 CC5016 Kid skins....................Piec 3,072 .......................
006998 Dairy products, n.e.,s.......Lb. ,649 6,713 28,675 Cs09 Hides ann s ns, raw, n.e.s.... Lb. 339 7535 44
















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co$Wo ho. Sh~arz> es.............a ;.5t 5et V ,'4e '> &* 0S14e ft.x... ......nt. 4.t V ,
"'s0 A ete .. .. .. ..> .t 4 7 d 1 1., 6 17 !." 100 o er fx.... .. . .Nove ,4
.6 pins-Iars. 0718a Mud- rat f n r...........N o 5,4 l 0.
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lp50500 h,ax Fo:*ar,.... ..n 11 41.4 71o raccon....r .....s...Ns0 1.o




1 sin; 0.Shnk.... .... No. ..7t n444
brack- 07i300 04 OUos ...... .. 1
030110 0id...... r .;.ft. 4717M 831 13,40 4717 O1600 Mink.r.... s.........o. 629s 16,747 7.s



013 Able S t 4 1 Coney, rabbit adra tare...... No ,4>< U 1, 7,> 6.
1ar 07200 ErrSine and neal... No. ..,71. .,44,7
0 Sis......1 0 Fitch and kolinky...........No. 1
0342 Iaoesv~. 3,t 6s. 40 2 .,P 7901 Squine r.bt ISOa e o. 1,8 0,1 ,6

0'3050 hle s:s... ... .t 11,431 11,71 1,711 2907 quirrel........ .."No. 6116 4,094 16
050700 Sheep and lR.s .... ....ft. 7 3 18,619 9,059 076908 Lamb, kid, stnmp and goat... No. 1t,279 94,001 10,939
0t and414 -d 072998 Undressed furs, n.e.s..o.....NO. 13,685 30,09 6,691
0 a ......... .. .ft. 612,762 171,864 65,440 Furs, dressed or dyed:
030900 Other...ft 222,501 80,280 26,C"I 073300 Fox, silver and black ........ No. 295 10,4 263
.181160 er .0 es.......... .t ,l 14,233 10,411 073700 Muskrat ........... ... __..No, 1),068 35,470 3,268
031190 Upper leather 4oscept 074400 Fur-seal .............. ......No. 16,764 48,'12 550
tiing and patent),n.e.s.il.ft. 207,706 7Z,032 106,351 074903 Lamb and sheep ......... ....No. 44,352 373,181 27,935
Patent upper leather: 074998 Dressed or dyed furs, n.e s..No. 276,329 707,228 76,272
051210 Catstle...................aqt. 32.264 14,787 4,913 075300 Fur wearing apparel,...........No. 1,831 301,062 7,153
01910 Other....................q.ft. .......... .......... ............ 07800 Fur waste, fur pieces, and
Lining leather: damaged fur skins................ .......... 208,24 59,048
032100 Shehep and hLL............Sq.ft. 278,185 58,254 35,146 075900 Fur manufactures, n.e.s........... ..... 428,00 61,406
0 X2300 Otter...................aq.ft. 2,S4 1,034 356
056400 S..te leather bo**,s, hcks, and ANIMAL OILS AND GREASES. INEDIBLE
s1es).......................Lb. 316,440 z69,330 327,911
doat and shoe cot stock: 080300 Neat's-foot oil...............Lb. 6,391 2,911 8,229
032700 .es, oter...... ...Doz.prs. 96 247 328 000901 Lard oil.....................Lb. 14,06 1,412 16,5z5
02800 Other t sock................. .......... 142 265 060901 Sperm and whale oil............Lb. 67,07 5,891 68,247
0333X,' betIng lea-ter..............Lb. 20,971 27,091 24,699 080998 Inedible animal oils, n.e.s...Lb. 4,692 465 3,052
035610 Sole, welting, and belting 081900 Fish oils, except medicinal.... Lb. Z,412,579 227,976 2,682,767
leather offal_. ...Lb........... .............. 084300 Grease stearin.................Lb. 100 55 104
-love and tar*ent leather: 084700 Oleic acid, or red oil.........Lb. 69,142 8,318 74,721
(Hat leather incited : 084900 Stearlc acid ..................Lb. 304,041 47,933 310,792
03560 Sheep and -amb ............Sq.ft. 77,999 56,964 37,047 065700 Tallow, Inedible...............Lb. 666,558 66,195 187,192
035380 Pig and hog...............Sq.ft. 1,191 958 154 OBSBOS Hog grease and wool grease.....Lb. 99,376 56,550 117,544
053950 Other...................Sqft. 2,768 1,206 599 085898 Inedible animal greases and fats
055500 Upholstery and automobile (except lubricating greases).
leather....................Sq.ft. 51,670 10,033 11,412 n.e.a.........................Lb. 49,394 6,271 11,39
035860 Case, bag and strap leather
handbag learter, except OTHER INEDIBLE ANIMALS AND
reptilian, aquatic, and ANIMAL PRODUCTS
fancy included)...........Sq.ft. 14,369 3,518 1,885
035700 Reptilian n amuatdc leather, Animals:
for all purposes..............Lb. 683 5,231 718 Horses:
055900 Le-tner and tanned skins, n.e.... .......... 52,882 121,578 090000 For breeding...............No. 1,165 136,09 1,071,405
090100 Other......................No. 798 106,073 794,736
LATHR MANUFaCTURES 090300 Mules, asses, and burros.....No. 289 26,455 225,410
090900 Live animals, n.e.s........................ 17,850 24,194
060000 Leatner welting....... ........ ...... 8,969 9,068 092300 Feathers, crode, not dressed...Lb. 1,396 4,977 1,556
Boots, shoes, ..nd other footwear 092900 Feathers, dressed, and manuwitn learner uppers: factures of feathers. ... ... .. .. 14,074 4,803
Boots ana shoes: 093500 Bristles, sorted, bunched or
Men's: prepared......................Lb. 269 7,051 368
064110 McKay sewed...........Pair 11,912 168,104 168,660 Slue of animal origin:
084530 Welt..................Pair 338,265 1,576,568 1,836,04 094205 Casein glue................. Lb. 78,249 15,194 80,678
084140 Stitchaown.............Pair 2,309 6,666 5,501 094299 Other......................Lb. 341,356 60,769 351,751
064590 Ot:er...................Pair 36,041 81,545 85,207 099901 Casein, inedible..............Lb. 100 38 110
084600 Youths' and boys'.........Pair 36,131 89,374 74,579 099925 Mother-of-pearl shells,
Women's ad misses'- unsanufactured................Lb.. .............
064710 McKay sewed............ Pair 32,004 83,106 49,065 09992S Other shells, unmanfactured...Lb. 8,3Bo 184 6,113
084750 aeIt...................Pair 6,988 24,010 11,959 099998 Animal products, inedible, n.e.s.. ........... 176,944 469,141
064740 Stitchdown.............Pair 6,307 14,132 11,029
064750 With cemented soles...Pair 32,572 96,263 48,797
084795 Oer.. ........ ........ Pai r 15,018 59,016 20,589 GR0UP l.-VI6TAB.E FOOD
0840 Inf n children's Pair 48,771 65,727 12,982 PRODUCTS AND Br.V&.AGk;S....... .......... .4,561.395 1,294,458,328
065000 Slippers and roccasins for
housewear, all leather.....Pair 1,968 3,127 2,433 GRAINS AND PREPARATIONS
Boots, anoes, and other footwear,
with uppers of materials except 101100 Barley (bu. 48 lbs.)..........Ba. 87,807 179,428 4,230,608
leather: 101300 Mait (bu. 34 lbs.)............bu. 356,486 7S2,194 11,997,501
061810 Leather-sole ...............Pair 6,943 19,204 8,647 102100 Buckwheat (bu. 48 lbs.)...... 10 .1p 490
06690 Otner.....................Pair 29,410 12,E65 32,726 105100 Corn (bu. 56 lbs.)............BS. 765,193 1,093,3>6 42,744,641
085900 liscontanueo oxtems, ad styles, 103200 Cornmeal (bbl. 196 lhs.)......6Bbl. 11,811 66,3)1 2,3!7,418
0-5 second-sand nours............ ......5,500 193,399 103300 homny and corn grits......_Lb. 1,264,899 53,Z70 1.274,057
067200 Leatrer Xloes Ino :nttens.Dos.prs. 266 1,988 2,381 131500 Grain Sorghums (Bu. 56 lb.)... Bu. 771,791 1,366,295 43,45l,902
069000 Leotser seltin,, new.. Lb. 111,117 179,739 121,164 103700 Corn cereal foods,redy to eat.Lb. 564,149 68,466 838,480
088110 Harness, sadolery ano ws.>ps....... .......... 217,203 533,615 104100 Oats (bu. 32 1ts.)............Bu. 7,319 7,594 234,964
Women's and cr1aren' s saabs.s, Oatmeal, -roats, and rolled oats:
poccetoooks, sno parses: 104500 In bulk, sacks, or b gs......Lb. 1,193,09 77,910 1,65,165
068600 Letrer............. .. o. 3,944 19,808 5,340 104400 In nmkages, cases, or
068900 tner mater.als............ No. 24,707 71,561 .57,281 cartons.....................Lb. 1,884,172 182,0834 2,310,180
Card cases, chan e parses, 105500 Paddy or rough rice...........Lb. 233,55 8.87 233,535
wallets, and similar articles: 105700 Milled rice (including brown rice,
069200 Leather....................0. 37,910 35,958 9,058 broken rice and rice
0 I9300 utner -ater..is..........I...No. 4,627 1,014 534 screening)...................Lb. 61,034,781 1,741,049 25,331,335
Luggage anc related articles: 105800 Rice flour, meal, and Polish...I. 5,176 673 1,324
v49510 Leatner....................No. 5,610 14,429 7,548 106100 Rye (bu. 18 lbs.)..............Bu. 964,628 1,549,319 51,986,288
068160 oer :aterials.............:o. 6,602 18,555 21,397 107100 Wheat (bu. 60 lbs.)............Bu. 7,449,670 14,497,490 4,459,949,171
belts (worn on -he person): 10730C Wheat flour, wholly of United
069710 Le,-ther........................ ........... 49,176 9,347 States wheat.................Cwt. 1,610,274 5,460,661 161,906,787
066790 Other saterials................. .......... 47,183 25,55 1.07400 Wheat flour, not wholly of
169890 Leather searing apparel, except U. S. wseat................. Cwt. 358,402 1,342,079 35,898,726
Delts, ,lovs ana footwear....... .......... 28,409 16,962 107700 Macaroni and spaghetti products. .b. 947,461 105,855 1,od1,534
066600 Letser manafactures, n.e,.s............... 77.148 98,095 107800 biscuits and crackers..........Lb. 6.207,569 1,127.972 8,286,742













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Conan: mty 1 Calmodity
coce N.. Comandity description and unit Net Value Shippng code No. Commodity description and unit 4et Value
:C o e ity (dollars) (Sche of quantity quantity (dollars)



GROUP 1.-VEGETABLE FOOD GROUP 1 .-.iCAl F0CD
PRODUCTS AND BEVEAGES-Cont. PRO0D'XS AND 1F.'E2U.5-Cont.
GRAINS AND PREPARATIONS (CotrRITL'1 RF.UIN (Cont.:

i'd Wheat cereal foods, re ay Fruits, frear or frozer.
to eat.................. ....Lo. 122,265 22,606 190,979 1'176 Peaches......... .......... Lb. 8,627,475 630,763 9,870,654
108100 Wheat cereal foods, to os 131800 Prunss sad plums. o 1,142,127 597,407 5,c7,tf78
cooked..................... .Lb. 1,131,106 71,543 1,218,489 13 Apricot .................... Lb 1,463168 151,960 1,757,333
109000 Wheat semolina .......... Lb 2,134,800 103,636 2,153,398 1319 Fresh or frozen fruits,
109510 Cereal foods, n.e........ ....Lb. 191,443 49,679 239,018 n.e.s .................. ....Lb 3,5 9,355 70,904
109900 Grains and preparations, n.e.s.... .......... 995,813 20,527,933 Dried and evaporated fruits:
132100 Dried fruits for slad. ......3Lb. 60 124 453
FODDERS AND FEEDS 132200 Pe"rs........................Lb. 14,. 0 3609 16,492
151400 Raisins and currants .... _...b. 8,749,979 1,144,330 9,-2,42 110100 Hay.......................L.ton 1,553 50,407 3,442,039 132500 Apples.......................Lb. 842,616 363,506 978,832
Oil cake and oil-cake meal: 132600 Apricots...................Lb 930,77 318,529 1,054,218
111300 Cottonseed.................L.ton 1 157 2,525 132700 Peaches...................... 169,587 51,028 185,124
111400 Linseed...................L.ton .......... ...................... 1.132800 Prunes......................Lb. ,582,674 795,072 6,172,125
111700 Peanut............. ......L.ton 248 20,400 555,900 132900 Apple waste.................Lb...................................
111800 Soybean...................,L.ton 386 28,366 870,495 133005 Figs.......................Lb. 27,571 7,7353 30,704
112905 Copra......................L.ton .......... .......... .............. 133098 Dried ans evaporated
112909 Other....................L.ton ... ...............................fruits, n.e.s...............Lb. 24,020 8,955 27,C02
114000 Fish meal for feed..........L.ton .......... .......................13100 Dates, fresh, dried or other118000 Mixed dairy and poultry wise prepared.................Lb 4,344 2,345 5,203
feeds.......................L.ton 5,815 405,951 13,123,251 Canned fruits:
118200 Oyster shells................L.ton 1,741 17,333 3,905,710 133200 Grapefruit...................Lb. 2,560 405 3,874
118500 Other prepared and 133300 Loganberries.................Lb.................................
mixed feeds.................L.ton 58 5,090 137,105 135400 Other canned berries.........Lb. 2,699 626 3,594
118710 Rolled barley for feed.......L.ton 3,079 308,446 6,936,167 133500 Apples and apple sauce.......Lb. 83,806 11,136 114.678
119000 Wheat feeds..................L.ton 580 21,166 846,976 133600 Grapes.......................Lb...................................
119900 Feeds, n.e.,...............L.ton 2,508 159,685 5,670,465 134000 Apricots.....................Lb. 2,703,688 401,617 3,406,290
134100 Cherries.....................Lb. 80,451 12,585 106,894
VEGETABLES AND PLEPARATIONS,EDIBLE 134200 Prunes and plums.............Lb. 256,546 22,650 536,867
134300 Peaches......................lb. 4,988,279 596,746 6,540,790
120110 Beans, dry, ripe...............Lb. 2,212,473 173,874 2,230,300 154400 Pears........................Lb. 1,849,89 279,052 2,5335,55
120150 Seed beans.....................Lb. 41,921 7,032 43,395 134500 Pineapples...................Lb. 634,114 70,764 771,252
120213 Cowpeas, dry, ripe.... ......Lb. 3,359 290 5,590 154600 Fruits for salad.............Lb. 188.962 27,051 255,027
120215 Chica-peas (garbanzos), dry, 134700 Canned fruits, n.e.s.........Lb. 31,828 4,9( 45,681
ripe..........................Lb. 1,106,103 74,833 1,122,006 134900 Preserved fruits, jellies,
120219 Peas, dry ripe, except cowpeas and jams......................Lb. 3599,644 81,546 517,025
and chick peas...............Lb. 53,281,806 4.122,637 54,006,127 135005 Fruit pulp.....................Lb. 698,314 65,748 23,4564
120250 Seed peas....................Lb. 5,507 750 5,648 135098 Other fruit preparations.......Lb. 47,573 18,649 90,102
Vegetables, fresh or frozen:
120700 Beans....................... Lb. 36,919 4,679 39,651
10800 Onions......................Lb. 3,401,629 213,678 3,479,811 NUTS
120900 Peas, green ............Lb. 11,640 1,263 12,760
121000 Peppers......................Lb. 102,742 12,618 121,716 137400 Apricots and peach pits and
121100 Potatoes, white..............Lb. 18,777,848 597,406 19,131,004 kernels......................Lb. 103,628 15,476 110,000
121300 Tomatoes...................Lb. 9,460,502 1,045,812 10,800,346 137510 Peanuts, shelled...............Lb. 713,448 122,369 754,908
122410 Cabbage................ ....Lb. 1,432,008 43,366 1,541,541 137550 Peanuts, not shelled...........Lb. 54,891 9,641 55,235
122420 Carrots.................. Lb 1,875,250 82,514 2,004,301 137610 Pecans, shelled................Lb. 28,170 25,262 29,792
122430 Celery.....................Lb. 340,678 30,595 372,077 137650 Pecans, not shelled...........Lb. 794 540 80
122440 Lettuce......................Lb. 256,859 19,661 306,263 137710 Walnuts, shelled...............lb 5,925 5,855 7.168
122450 Spinach...................Lb. 3,925 292 4,500 137750 Walnuts, not shelled...........Lb. 61,550 19,56 62,20B
122470 Sweet potatoes...............Lb. 337,022 16,392 349,055 137903 Almonds, sweet..................Lb. 9,417 7,113 9,865
122490 Fresh or frozen vegetables, 137905 Brazil or cream nuts...........Lb. .......... ..................
n.e.Z.....................Lb. 711,592 94,852 764,655 137907 Filberts.......................Lb. 21,65 7,010 21,904
124100 Asparagus....................Lb. 71,543 17,125 94,639 137993 Nuts and preparations, n.e.s.. .L. 39,972 16,273 54,99
124200 Baked Beans and Pak andBoa..Lb. 6,412,710 560,357 7,397,848
124500 Corn.......................Lb. 76,919 8,218 98,410
124400 Peas.......................Lb. 11,675,199 1,149,006 13,552,429 VEGETABLE OILS AND FATS, EDIBLE
124500 Soups....................... Lb. 352,773 62,070 452,101
124600 Tooatoes...................Lb. 1,189,281 106,394 1,581,568 142000 Coconut oil, refined...........Lb. ..........................
11,4700 Tomato pte and puree.... .Lb 3,515,673 486,42 4,260,28 142500 Cottonseed oil, refined. lb 116,985 17,185 141,04
124600 Tomato juice.... ....Lb 125,915 9,044 154,609 143000 Soybean oil, refined, except
124910 Beans, string or stringless..Lb. 3,015,088 280,923 3,672,241 lecithin refined..............Lb. 3,745,632 619,364 4,1.9,895
124930 Lima Beans.................Lb 6,802 971 8,868 143100 Peanut oil.....................lb 16,68 3,22 21,05
124950 SpInach.......Lb. 1,129,564 105,309 1,301,811 144100 Corn oil.......................I. 8,516 2,453 14,950
1249-5 Canned vegtables ano juices, 144200 Cocoa butter...................l b. 372,384 94,968 383,290
n.e.a.......................Lb, 14,562,505 1,410,118 17,048,459 144700 Cooking fats, except lard ......Lb. 548,004 65,S54 415.509
115000 Pickles, cucumber.............Lb. 1,378,464 237,692 2,110,680 144901 Olive oil, edible.............Lb. 8,644 7,677 14,787
125100 Ketchup, chili sauce, and other 144902 Sunflower seed oil, edible.....Lb. S,175,220 603,331 5,175,220
tomato table sauces..........lb 140,911 27,220 256,590 144903 Palm and palmokernel oil, edible
125210 Mayonnaise and salad dressings.Lb. 77,646 18,617 120,778 or refined......................................................
125295 Olives.......................Lb 95,434 30,363 192,350 144904 Rapeseed oil, refined..........Lb..................... .............
125298 Sauces and relishes, n.e.s.....Lb. 919,872 192,890 1,332,498 144905 Vegetable stearin.............Lb 466 186 554
125300 Vinegar.................... Gal. 111,185 39,358 1,177,493 144996 Edible vegetable oils and
125600 Yeast, except liquid...........Lb. 329,064 55,855 357,494 fats, n.e.e..................Lb. 46,074 8,671 51,731
105501 Dehydrated soups.... ....b 1,032,952 441,980 1,359,752
121902 Dehydrated etbles.........Lb. 4,345,696 2,795,113 5.739,21i
125901 Faraceos o st mes.........Lo. 120,048 12,015 158,380 TABLE BEVERAGE U1ATELIALS
12111 Ssybean flour, edible.. Lb 538,470 35,178 544,698
1,5998 Vegetable preparation, n.e.s. ......... 612,814 9,456,636 150100 Cocoa beans..................Ls. .......... .......... ...........
110800 Cocoa, powdered......... L..t. 101,64B 17,578 136,707
FRUITS AND PREPARATIOGS 150300 Chocolate......................Lb. 19,167 4,957 *3.126
130300 Tea........................... ................................
Fruitsa, fresh or frozen: 11100 Coffee. green.................. .......... ..................
150100 Baanas....................Lb. .....1........... 11200 Coffee, roasted..............Lb 220,265 82,339 572,079
130200 Grapetrusot..................Box 71,773 26,3507 1,450,972 111300 Table beverage materials,
13030 Lemons .,rd lines.............Bor 68,J91 369,7S1 5,671,973 n.e.,.......................b 113,946 52,00 215,275
130100 Orsngeo and tangerines.......bo 570,131 2,59,545 46,359,269
13u70U Pineapples...............Box 147 844 10,190 SPICES

lb.3,\ Apples in baskets..........4tt 263 1,196 13,147 154901 Capsicum.....................Lb. 2,245 93 2,640
151100 Aptes in Obues.............oa 2,234 t,648 107,769 15490 Cinmon. .............. Lbl 12,390 4,752 14,499
lZ1..e ip le- in tarrels..........9.................... ............ 154903 Cassia........ .L ..........0 123 60
5311 ibcrro.s....................L. 230 137 800 154905 Cloves, unground.............lb.............................***.
131410 natermelons.................Lb. 11,978,060 227,77? 1 ,016,942 154907 Nut.megs, unground.............Lb. .......
1 Otter m -elons......... .......Lb. 7,:6,713 386,04 13,710 154911 Pepper, unground.............lb...............
13 :- .pe....................... | 4d1,007 66,164 541,157 194915 Vanilla beans.....................
'1< .6. Pears......................Lb l," ,356 161,291 1,646,134 154998 Spices, n.e..... ...lb 437,475 69,732 483,29













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code No. Iooety Macripthln ..n ait Net V1-1ue t ode ho. '.a ity 'wr iit.. sb ant het e **
(Schmed-. ot guanttty ountity tO lMars) spuns; (cheu- of quuantity ,.:t *,


,ROUP 1. -......- .1, 6 ,6 .-0rak.h.e 351 6A CT4,
'8000.13 9., kn.Ves.i ES,nt INECIf4LE. e.52E2 Aii 1%D-40ont inued

SUGA9R .JSD E..1AT:.. UDUI::.$ Afbhb2 thATilixAL, AL.1211,UAMS, AND


161910 Sugar, ref ned...... .Lb. 31,061,610 ., (79,527 5,128I,612 ,04" 161980 Sugar, r a ... L. 24800 aber t nd*.... 1b. b 7m 4,.oo *,
162900 Molasses.. s. 1,0,92 56,5533 12,406,6001 20tSX Rbber erere, except pencil I
Confectionery: plus ... . ... r. 2Z,101 ..:, 14 3.
163400 Chocolate candy. ...........Lo. 161,543 40,214 19.,449 hard rub. r goods excert
165500 Other candy.. ---........ Lb. 1,355,799 597,462 1,911,055 rag1 is' sunrie:
183700 Contections and de-serts. EctrOct......... Lb. S70,860 169,042 690,511 205300 battery boxe So. e, a 11,,48 ,64,1
163900 Chewing g u... b 182,399 114,530 231,264 205400 Other e-Letrical hard robber
164200 Hny 4........... 515 2,596 6,969 .0...tL sS,225 :-,Me 13,
Glucose, except pharmaceutical 208.8 Combs, finis h. ..D 0e 4
dextrose or glucose: 205901 Ither hard rubber goods.......... ......
164300 L iquid ........ ....... ..Lo. 924.953 46,776 1,014,652 Tires and Inner tubes:
164400 Dry ...... ....... Lb.... .b. 198,565 12,530 205,544 Autrbile c. sings:
164700 Srup ........................ Gal. 91,2tl4 119,720 931,363 xo6000 Trck and bus casings o 169,5 t ,3,77t 15,.48,4u1
.ls>..m. Other automobile e.:s sgs... So 7,440 4,495
BEVERAGES 20650 Automobile inner tubes....h 109,90b 360,366 1, ,7-,366
206400 Other casings and tubes...... No. 33.93 5oi4 1, 1,9.
170100 Malt extract and malt sirup, Solid tres:
except medictec.............. Lb. 454,56" 40,022 59,311 106600 For automobiles and trucks.> 2,882 +,14 185,71)
Malt liquors: 206700 Other solid tires.... ......Lt. AS 44,s.,
170600 In bottles................Gal. 1,200,626 6S,44 1-,114,926 Tire sundries an. rep..ir materials:
170300 In cans..................al. 441,238 247,6551 5,485,752 206905 Camelback..................Lb ..4,37 t51,046 _44, 19
170400 In other containers.. Gal 7,295 7,055 116,250 206998 Other........................Lb. 277,94 143,521 348,401
Distilled spirits: 208400 Rubber and friction tape, except.
171400 Rum......................Pf.gal. 468 2,648 7,818 medicated... ...............b. 86,942 34,771 1.1,10A
171600 thisky..................Pf.gal. 45,972 187,974 694,734 Rubber and balata belts
171900 Other stilled liquors and ans melting:
compounis containing 208500 Fan belts for automoblels....Lb. 68,470 o6,311 81,07
spirits...............Pf.gal. 11,656 56,780 245,435 208600 Other rubber and balata
175000 Wines.......... ...........Gal. 48,189 97,179 592,746 belts and belting...........Lb. 1,3A, 138 808,310 1,119,442
176100 Mineral waters, natural and Rubber hose And tubing:
artificial.................Gal 1,710 590 23,180 208700 Garden hose................Li 19,291 6610
1796600 Sirups and flavors for 208800 Other hoe and tubing... L. 71460 37f.,9tt,
beverages..................Gal. 120,647 201,928 1,640,202 209300 Rbber packing.................Lb. 1.5,43- 81,73,
Fruit Juices: 209400 Mats, matting. flooring, and
177200 Pineapple...................Gal. 5,015 2,665 32,755 tiling..............Lb 9,010 2,_47 9,766
177500 Grapefruit..................Gal 12,355 13,02 171,574 Rubber tread:
177600 Orange....................Gal: 209,799 861,450 2,383,227 209510 Bare or uncovered...........Lb 2,599 3,4t1 2,994
177900 Fruit juices, n.e.s.... Gal 7,912 78,364 850,767 208520 Textile covered..............b 841 5,161 1,078
178000 Beverages, n.e.s............Gal. 11,758 11,068 278,756 <09600 Gutta-percha manufactures.....Lb. 45 ..,7. 2,656
209800 Latex or other forms
compounded or processed for use
GROUP 2.-VEGTABLE PRODUCTS, in further manufacture........Lb. 1-4,980 58,568 255,846
INEDIBLE, EXCEPT FIBERS 209990 Rubber and synthetic rubber
AND IOD.... ............. .... 53,239,658 226,058,178 manufactures, n.e.s................,94 142,675

RUBBER (NATURAL, ALLIED GUMSAND NAVAL STORES, GUMS, AND hESINS
SYNTHETICS) AND MANUFACTURES Nasil stores:

Crude rubber and Allied Gums. 2110DO0 Guo robin ........ ...........Lb.: 2,937,4s6 .12,7 1,0 !14
2010 Cud rbbr........... L ..... ...211100 Wood rosin, except-9 wood Ro8.Lnb. 1 ,5,4, 8J4 149,8 ,916,85
200400 Balata r............... Lb........... .......211400 Gum spirits of turpentine...Gal. o,7t60 06, 17 5,415,843
20000 Oata.. ... ..Lb..5..21110 Wood turpentine............Gal. 104,osl 85,Lb 838,484
200600 Other.......................Lb....... 211.te tremendous
Synteticrutars:211610 Other terpene hydrocarbons
200t01 tc rbb rs: dre derived from naval stores.. Gal. 49,914 58,o37 407,9<
200901 6~o -Cpoyie> 211710 Pin 011, products, and
and styrene...............L 24,467,329 9,295,754 24,572,352 derivatives ...... __......Gal. 75,268 47,031 62,890
200905 Butyl-copolymers of Isobutylene 211800 Tar and pitch of wood. La. 9 692 4,1 10759
anti Isoprene, or other 19438 210 a n ic oq.... b 4,9 3Z5 ,0,5
diolefins ..... ..........Lb. 903,760 223,255 904,366 212500 Tall oil (liquid sulphate L
200904 Neoprene-Polymers of wood resin) ...... .......... Lb. 647,895 2,.6Z1 680,228
Chloroprene...............Lb. 1,3568,117 664,683 1,669,862 Othier ..un.nL re9ins:
200905 Sana I Csoolyaers 0: : atacoee 218600 Chielac ..bleache an6
and acrylonitrile...........Lb. 11,072 4,513 14,474 216600 Shellac (bleached, and
200906 Thiokol-organic polysufides..Lb. 40C 126 424 218905 Lac, crude (aeed, button,
200907 Polyiaobutylene-Polymers of and stick).Lb.
Isobutylene ..............._Lb. 254,037 96,54 285,366 21880 R si ) ........_......... Li. 8667_ 4847 ........
2.0. s~ t "L.;; -i:::::::b 86 W 2 86,", 4 9,497,
20099 Synthetic rubbers, n.e. a. 16,55 6,5899 17,260 enn.......... ...Lb.33484
201100 Rubber, reclaimed..............Lb. 1,872,221 124,239 1,891,801 218993 Naur l gbs or 4 ne
201.200 Rubber scrap ..................Lb. 67,8 146 8596 218995 Natur~l guns ine resin,, refined
2040 RbbrCee...........al 91 83,256 85,4 mdfied in condlti .n....Lb. lc 6,43 91,.401 174,166
Z 40 Rberceen ...........Ga.50,41 218996 Natural guns and rebin' crudbo. 184,34L 64,1864 1 206,931
201600 Rubberized automobile cloth.Sq.yd. 9,4981 8,755 19,145!.
201700 Rubberized piece goods and DRUGS HERBS. LEAVES
hospital sheeting, n.e.s...Sq.yd. 363,751 257,105 312,896 D ROOTS, CR E
Rubber footwear:
205100 Boots.......................Pair 46,259 142,484 543,951 220100 Cascara bark.................1L 64.648 22,878 74,18
205200 Rubber shoes...............Pair 12,924 14,292 31,532 220500 Ginseng......................Li 34o ,s 406
205400 Canvas shoes with rubber 220600 Mlandrake root................. Lb. 122 17 .42
soles...... ............Pair 394,635 674,489 896,582 220904 Cinchona bark................Lb......... ....... .......
203600 Rubber soles..............Doz.prs. 4,190 6,895 38,705 220911 Hyoscyamus (Henbane)..........Lb. 160 256 175
205700 Rubber heels..............Doz.prs. 20.206 19,048 89,266 220919 Pyrethrum (insect flowers). L. ..........
203900 Rubber soling and toplift 220986 Crude drugs, herbs, .eaves, and
sheets.......................Lb. 844,756 155,327 874,086 roots, n.e.s................Lb. 381,181 2111 403,668
205900 Rubber gloves and mittens.Doz.pra. 30,709! 132,072 91,016
Druggists' rubber sundries, except OILSEEDS
surgeons' and household gloves:
204000 Water bottles and fountain 221000 Soybeans, except canned........Lb. 71,809,998 3,88,476 7. 042,096
syringes....................No. 81,816 35,586 70,169 222001 Castor beans...............L. .................
204200 Other druggists rubber 22200k Cottonseed.......... ....... 5$ 10 600
sundries...................... ...........289,966 164,327 222003 Flaxseed......................Lt. 23,045 Z,131 o3,445
204300 Clothing of rubber or of rubber- 222020 Hemp, perilla, poppy, rape, and
ized cloth..................Doz. 3,329 54,588 25,558 sunflower seeds; and palm nuts
204500 Rubber balloons............Gross 306 6,668 4,698 and palm kernels..............Lb 2,0191 415 2,136
204600 Rubber toys and balls, except 222030 Copra........................Lb
dolls, golf, and tennis balls.... .......... 364 340 222098 Other oilseeds...........::...Lb.1 ...... ..........












UNITED STATES EXPORTS OF DOMESTIC M7ERCHANSE-JULY, 1945-Continued

Commodity Shipping Comaoity
code No. Commodity description and unit Not Value code o. Comoty escrpto a t et ale
w(Shed- of quantity quantity (dollars) weh (&he- of antty entity (dola-s)
~~,Sched-I of(untouqnditsdolas ule B) nule B)


GROUP 2.-VEGETABLE PRODUCTS, ROUP 2.- ~ ABSLE PF.CDUCTS,
INEDIBLE, EXCEPT FIBERS INEDIBLE, E1CEP" F.b1tS
AND WOOD-Continued 1..1 OCContiued

VEGETABLE oIlS TOBACCO A\D vh;F_,._::E3--Co:t.

Expressed oils and fats, inedible: Tobacco, untmanufactred-Coninued
223000 Coconut oil, crude...........Lb. ................. .............. Leaf tobacco-Continued
223100 Cottonseed oil, crude ........ Lb 449 12 505 2 6000 Green River ................. b 48,459 0,12 294,747
223200 Linseed oil .................. Lb. 610,525 110,851 689,601 260700 One sucker leaf tobacco....Lo. 585,163 176,624 677,727
224801 Fatty acids of vegetable 260600 Black fat, waterbaler, and
origin..................... Lb. 36,725 5,452 41,409 dark Africx .............. Lb. 371,782 160,96 459, 850
Vegetable oil foots- 261100 Cigar leaf ................. 1. 335,761 414, 52.5 458,502
224A803 Olive oil .................. Lb. 2,400 428 2,707 261300 Perique leaf tobacco.......L. 24,417 15,178 28,589
224605 Other......................Lb. 125,075 9,257 125,777 261500 Foreign leaf, re-exportea..Lb. ...... .......... ............
224898 Vegetable soap stock......... Lb. 136,870 6,430 140,551 261750 Tobacco trimings and scrap
224901 Castor oil, comercial.......Lb. 24.430 4,792 27,428 (siftings and cigar cuttings
224902 Corn oil, crude.............Lb .......... .......... ............. included)................... Lb. 2,295 579 3,05
224906 Peanut oil, crude........... Lb .......... .......... ............. 261800 Tobacco stems................ Lb.................... ...... .
224904 Perilla oil, inedible... ... ............................. ...... Tobacco manufactures:
224906 Rapeseed and oiticica oil, 262000 Cigars and cheroots............ 145 8,22.3 4,427
inedible....................Lb. 50,161 7,002 55,874 262200 Cigarettes..................... 372.713 909,954 1,546,513
224910 Tung oil....................Lb. 11,404 4,574 12,814 262550 Chewring tobacco and snuff ... 89,681 68,574 106,591
224912 Soybean oil, crude...........Lb. 59,480 7,215 98,940 262500 Smoking tobacco in packages..Lb. 59,062 34,657 70,261
224915 Olive oil, inedible, except 262950 Smoking tobacco in balk ...... Lb. 263,204 171,376 557,537
sulphured or foots ......... b. ................................
224925 Palm and palm-kernel oil, IIMISCELIANEOUS VETABLE
crude.......................Lb. 1,645 535 1,845 PRODUCTS. DMIBLE
224950 Sunflower seed oil,
inedible.................... Lb. ................................. Starch:
224998 Other expressed oils and fats, 281100 Cornstarch and corn flour
inedible....................Lb. 12,899 4,907 16,579 (edible included)...........Lb. 15,458,677 1,105,602 15,925,980
Essential oils, natural: 281500 Other starch (edible
226800 Peppermint...................Lb. 15,129 116,760 19,536 included)................... Lb 192,3555 11,58 210.110
226900 Spearmint and other mint oils, 293100 Broomcorn....................L.ton 89 23,970 201,6S7
n.e.,s ...................... Lb. 478 1,458 655 293500 Brooms ....................... Do. 904 10,219 25,617
227100 Citrus oils..................Lb. 20,456 49,097 26,632 295100 Hops........................... Lb. 268,969 249,662 324,137
227905 Oil of citronella.......... Lb. 2,880 3,288 3,432 299905 Vegetable tallow and wax (except
227905 Lemon grass oil..............Lb. 3,400 3,951 4,331 for soap stock)...............Lb. 44,698 25,7B 47.820
227998 Other essential oils, 299991 Hop extract....................Lb. 36,590 114,151 46,047
natural.....................Lb. 67,404 190,464 86,999 299995 Vegetable ivory or tagua nuts..Lb. ............. .....................
228000 Blended, compounded, or mixed 299995 Dyeing and tanning materials,
perfume-flavor oils, except crude............................ : 2,277 6,470 51,268
synthetic aromatic compounds..Lb. 79,703 645,690 112,680 299998 Inedible vegetable products,n.e. .......... 91,869 1,591,74

VEGETABLE DYEING AND TANNING GROUP 3.-TEsILE FIBERS Am
ETRACTS MANUFACTURES ........................... 81,819,511 250,719,1 5

231100 Logwood extract................Lb. 47,709 11,015 55,314 COTTON, I5ANUFACTRE
233100 Chestnut extract............... Lb. 785,220 38,957 788,234 R coton, except lters:
2353905 Quebracho extract..............Lb. 150,804 6,608 138,724 5005 America, p ian (Pt) and
233998 Vegetable dyeing and tanning ea Islan Ipin( nb ......
extracts, n.e.s ...............Lb. 520,578 45,766 535,570 50006 Americsan Egypt................ Lb...........
extrats, 3 American Egyptian (Pima) and
Sea Island ................. Bale ...............................
SEEDS, EXCEPT OILSEEDS 3000 Upland, staple length 1-1/8B

Grass and field seeds: inches and over............. Lb. 4,947,059 1,187,9685 5,124,060,
240100 Alfalfa ..................... Lb. 100 47 102 5300206 Upland, staple length 1-1/8
240200 Red clover ................... Lb. 100 47 202 inches and over ............ Bale 9,674 ......... .............
240300 Alsike clover ................ Lb. 510 134 324 300301 Upland, staple length 1-1/16
240600, Other clover...............Lb. 224 2,417 2,781 up to but not including 1-1/8
240600 Timothy .................... Lb. 1,090386 6,960 1,10 05 inches....................l.. 23,280,349 50M8,941 25,90,764
240700 Kentucky blue grass..........Lb. 23,741 7,642 26,229 500302 Upland, staple length 1-1/16
240600 Red top......................b. 10,561 2,10 10,551 up to but not including 1-1/8
2400D edtop................ L. 1.31 ,15 lxiinches ..................... Bale M 45,428 .......... .._........
241910 Sugar Beet seed ............Lb..............................pnhestaple.........aer
241920 Orchard grass seed ........... Lb. 2,949 1,310 3,077 300308 Upland, staple length wider
410 Fescue .grass seed.... 30050 1-1/16 inches ............... Lb. 16,58,991 29,923,609 139,067,981
2490 Fsu rs ed..........Lb. 3,398 1,287 3,466d tal, egt a
241950 Grass seeds, n.e.s ...........Lb. 1,976,947 329,916 1,997,534 300506 Upland staple .. length under 254,99 .......... ..
241990 Field seeds, n.e.a .......... Lb. 4,594,524 250,550 4,424,005 1-1/16 inches.............Bale 254399.......................
246700 Flower seeds.................. Lb. 8,371 24,450 9,247 Linters
Vegetable seeds: 300400 Grades 1 to 8, inclusive..... Lb. s68659s 29,506 370.683
246850 Carrot seed .................Lb. 6.,098 9,929 6,684 300401 Grades 1 to 8, inclusive...SBale 716 ........... .........
246891 Beet seed, except sugar beet
seed ....................... Lb. 5,828 6,516 6,295 COTItON SEMIMANUFACTIJRS
246892 Onion seed...................Lb. 2,542 8,790 2,625 500600 Cotton pulp.................... Lb. 481,952 42,651 468,222
246893 Radish seed.................. Lb. 4,717 3,059 5,093 500800 Cotton rags, except paper
246894 Rutabaga and turnip seed .... Lb. 1,450 603 1,595 stock........................Lb. 1,273,779 62,944 1,B5,22.5
246895 Spinach seed................. Lb. 14,861 4,9453 15,060 30000 Cotton batting, unglazed wadding,
246896 Sweet corn seed..............Lb. 3,563 759 5,674 carded cotton and roving...... Lb. 190,697 38,56 201,998
246898 Vegetable seeds, n.e.s....... Lb. 115,668 131,945 122,781 Cotton mill waste:
247500 Seeds, except oilseeds, n.e.s..Lb. 25,572 6,811 29,190 3L003o0 Cotton hard wastes of yarns and
threads, including wiping...Lb. 160,828 15,0 164,673
NURSERY kND Gik N5USE STOCK 301040 Cotton card strips..........Lb. 180,557 25,474 1 4,661
301050 Comber waste................. Lb. 895,889 13,680 95 ,640
253500 Flowers a.d foliage, cut, tresh, 501060 Other soft mastes............ Lb. 1,3657,064 179,068 1,436,730
and preserved.............................. 10,115 16,329 Cotton yarn for manufacturing:
259905 Bulbs, roots, corms, plants, and 301110 Carded yarn, gray............ Lb. 468,113 4,435 559,742
seedlin ...................No. 105,388 190 15,153 301120 Carded yarn, bleached, colored
259998 Nursery and greenhouse stock, and novelty.................Lb. 160,804 90,417 192,812
n.e. ...................................... 951 996 301200 Mercerized, all kinds........ Lb. 219,735 264,670 26 ,416
301310 Combed, except finished or
TOBACCO AND MANUFACTURES merized..................Lb. 111,326 69,264 131,390
301520 Combed, finished, except
Tobacco, unmanufactured: mercerised................. Lb. 70, 45 S7,09 04,326
Leaf tobacco260110 Flue-cured, unsteamed......Lb. 498,351,632 15,119,6840 35,54,600 COTTON MAUFACTURES
280150 Flue-cured, stued ........Lb. ,506,279 2,75,321 4,141,60
260200 Burley.................. Lb. 1,692,634 661,288 2,005,163 Cotton thread, twine, cordage
260300 Dark-fired Kentucky and and rope:
Tennmessee................. Lb. 68,390,04 1,553,778 9,413,325 301500 Sewing thread................ Lb. 97,565 136.661 12 ,258
260400 Dark Virginia..............Lb. 697,568 283,50 769,565 301600 Crochet, darning, an
260500 Maryland and Ohio export...Lb. 215,450 104,50 254,611 embroidery cotton ...........Lb. 7,0C51 16,061 12,816










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511 Tire coU (an cones or wrps)Lb. (1,707P z,Il 6,942
301800) Tie, rope, ana cordage, flock-dot or clipped-Cont.
ept t Lord......... 40,5Z4 1.,04 308,926 53J7900 Cotton and rayon m.ixtures
Cotton cloth, duck, and tire (cotton chief value)...Sq.yd. o, .-48.4,40 14,87?
fabric Other cotton fabrics:
501900 All cotton cloth when exported 3.0000 Knit fabric in the
to Philippine Islands to be piece ......... ........ ..Lb. 0,74 5,730 4,
embroidered and otherwise manu- 50200 Table da mask, in the
factored and returned to the piece ................. Sq.yd. 7,769 6,45
United States.......... Sq.y.d. .......... 508400 Tapestry, and other upholstery
Unbleached (gray) cloth: and drapery materials, plain,
Tire-fabrice: Jacquard and dobby-woven.Sq.yd. 31,405 I,t 17,71
30 000 Cord tire faoric...... Sq.yd. 825,04 406,328 794,721 306700 Plushes........ ........... Sq.y. 1,930 5,.47 5,630
302100 Other tire fabrics....Sq.yd. 107,66 36,657 82,488 308800 Other pile fabrics ........ Sq.yd. 171,209 100,104 98,760
Cotton duck: 306950 Cotton remnants and fabrics,
502500 Heavy filter cloth, hose n.e.s., sold by the pound...Lb. 310,339 140,960 330,199
and belting duck.....Sq.yd. 309,017 343,030 502,194 Cotton wearing apparel:
30200 Ounce duck............Sq.yd. 780,909 493,129 881,174 509000 Handkerchiefs ............... Doz. 15,910 209,132 81,073
300000 Numbered duck.........Sq.yd. 93,797 56,44 115,156 Gloves, cotton, woven, or knit:
Cotton cloth (gray), medium 509110 Work gloves, mitts, and
and coarse yarn fabrics: gauntlets, fabric... Doz.prs. 1,904 8,016 7,428
Not over 40 inches wide: 309120 Dress and all other. .Doz.prs. 195 9M9 583
305110 Drills, twills, and warp Knit goods:
sateens ............Sq.yd. 446,646 86,450 153,572 Hosilery:
305120 Sheetings........... Sq.yd. 5,737,304 582,135 1,055,567 309500 Women's ............Doz.prs. 24,1b4 66,711 37,Z45
Over 40 inches wide: 509400 Children's..........Doz.prs. 25,0616 54,846 46,736
305510 Drills, twills, and warp 509500 Men's............. Dos.prs 47,725 125,190 70,974
sateens............Sq.yd. 418,003 72,023 157,476 Underwear, knit:
305520 Sheetings...........Sq.yd. 999,021 169,264 277,781 509600 Men's and boys'. ..........Doz. 55,6z3 144,115 104,577
309400 Osnaburge (all widths)..Sq.yd. 462,752 52,576 128,841 309700 Womem's and children's ....Doz. 45,213 137,577 85,918
Printeloth yarn (gray) 309800 Nightwear, knit, moments and
fabrics (all widths): children's................ No. 4.9&1 5,885 3,568
509600 Tobacco and cheese cloth, 309910 Sweaters, jersey pullovers,
36x542 count and lower and sweat shirts, men's and
constructions......... Sq.yd. 3,128,156 81,860 155,590 boys!....................... No. 31,507 34,171 15,107
505700 Other printcloth yarn fabric 509QO50 Sweaters and shawls, women's
constructions, above 36x32 children's.................. No. 2,707 5,279 1,613
count..................Sq.yd. 1,124,275 106,722 209,588 309990 Knit apparel, n.e.s........No. 91,608 101,274 35,680
505900 Gray cloth, n.e.s ......... Sq.yd. 1,332,027 197,269 380,283 Garments of woven fabrics:
Finished cloth, bleached, dyed 3115300 Jackets and wind-breakers,
printed, stiffened or other- men's and boys'. ............ No. 1,296 5,001 1,618
wise converted, and colored 311400 Overalls, breeches, pants,
yarn fabrics-- aprons and men's work
Not over 40 inches wide: clothing, n.e.s ............Doz, 15,266 227,285 21,056
Drills, twills, and warp 311500 Nightwear, men's and boys'..Doz. 2,073 29,195 18,721
sateens: 311610 Underwear, men's and boys'..Doz. 9,625 36,213 22,252
304000 Bleached..............Sq.yd. 980,666 510,882 399,915 311710 Work shirts .................Doz. 4,727 61,023 Z3,113
504110 Dyed in the piece.....Sq.yd. 4,281,005 1,665,894 1,888,957 311720 Shirts, except work shirts,
304120 Printed............... Sq.yd. 1,015,193 279,429 325,495 men's and boys'............Doz. 16,595 z56,177 129,392
Sheeting: 312000 Clothing of cotton woven
304210 Bleached..............3 Sq.yd. 5,457,263 964,481 1,463,694 fabrics, men's and boys',
504220 Dyed in the piece.....S q.yd 708,890 157,768 182,578 n.e.s ......................Doz. 9,741 218,082 118,818
501500 Printed...............Sq.yd. 4,006,465 794,178 922,364 312200 Women's dresses and
Over 40 inches wide: ensembles (one, two, and
304510 Drills, twills, and warp three piece as one unit)....No. 17,565 55,619 13,521
sateens................Sq.yd. 445,616 150,723 170,088 512400 Women's and children's underSheeting-: wear and nightwear, except
504610 Bleached..............Sq.yd. 2,625,937 555,032 793,261 knit......................Do. 8,775 44,608 22,477
504710 Dyed and printed......Sq.yd. 1,135,078 332,552 372,986 312700 Children's outerwear, except
Prinacloth yarn fabrics knit......................Doz. 3,809 52,625 17,624
(all widths): 512900 Women's apparel of woven
Carded broadcloth: fabrics, n.e.s ........................... 114,556 42,949
5304800 Bleached................ Sq.yd. 1,054,855 178,313 233,244 Cotton narrow fabrics, non304910 Dyed in the piece.......Sq.yd. 667,730 169,454 160,211 elastic, not over 12 inches wide:
504920 Printed.................Sq.yd. 286,578 60,455 61,516 314000 Woven belting for machinery..Lb. 14,804 18,690 15,518
305000 Cheeaecloth and gauze, 516000 Braids, ribbons, trimmings,
bleached or dyed bindings, lacings, tape labels,
(full pieces)............Sq.yd. 5,548,475 139,526 215,847 and mwebbing.............................. 94,414 57,018
Printcloth: 316100 Narrow fabrics, n.e.s ........................ 43,173 2,509
505110 Bleached................Sq.yd. 2,404,615 376,605 503,898 Cotton house furnishings:
505210 Dyed in the piece....... Sq.y7d. 743,095 140,229 171,903 Bedding:
505220 Printed.................Sq.yd. 5,274,852 1,060,794 1,072,007 317100 Blankets................... No. 447,895 759,780 1,204,230
Napped fabrics: 317300 Quilts, comfortable, and
305510 Cotton flannels, bleached, quilted bed-pads..........No. 2,287 6,208 15,029
or colored...............Sq.yd. 2,852,653 477,293 768,995 Bedspreads:
505590 Other napped fabrics in the 317500 Candlewick, chenille, and
piece....................Sq.yd. 299,613 57,048 88,177 tufted......... ........ No. 952 4,002 3,908
Colored yarn fabrics: 317600 Plain, crinkle, dobby and
305700 Denima .................... Sq.yd. 145,514 57,872 65,020 Jacquard woven.......... No. 873 2,962 3,096
505800 Suitings, twill-coverts, 317800 Bed sheets and pillow
cottonades...............Sq.yd. 821,490 223,184 366,149 cases....................Doz. 42,547 390,208 615,859
306000 Chambrays, cheviots, mand 318100 Curtains and draperies, except
shirtings................ Sq.yd. 2,176,735 477,959 565,219 lace .................. .... ....... 3.,424 1,838
306100 Colored yarn fabrics, 318500 Laces, embroideries, and articles
n.e.s ...................Sq.yd. 1,296,859 371,602 411,603 thereof, n.e.s .................... ......... 181,893 50,660
506200 Colored duck and awning 318700 Terry-woven towels, wash cloths,
materials................Sq.yd. 539,903 424,926 755,851 and bath mats................Dos. 56,075 196,742 271,088
Fine goods and combed cotton 318800 Huck, damask and palin woven
fabrics, bleached, dyed, towels and toweling........................ 106,809 171,180
printed, flock-dot or clipped: 318900 Other house furnishings, n.e.s .... .......... 27,211 46,637
306700 Voiles, organdies, lawns Other fabricated products
and batiste, combed....Sq.yd. 1,390,38 300,502 179,794 cotton, n.e.s,:
507000 Piques, combed..........Sq.yd. 20,914 7,759 5,922 Cotton bags:
507500 Marquisettes, combed....Sq.yd. 625,887 104,619 64,859 319110 New ........................Lb. 214,835 lza,zo2 218,069
307400 Combed and carded 319111 New (quantity only)........ No. 1,050,911 ..... .. ...
goods, n.e.c...........Sq.yd. 3,682,633 1,032,861 904,887 319150 Used and reclaimed ba:;s. ...Lb. 172,440 13,828 177,621
307600 Cotton and wool mixtures 319111 Used and reclaimed bags
(cotton chief value, not (quantity only)........... No. 379,331 ...... ..
less than 80 percent cotton 319600 Canvas articles, n.e.s....... 3,37,10 2,478,424
by weight..............Sq.yd. 4,190 3,235 2,442 319900 Cotton oaufactures, n.e.s ................ 155 3,156 231,546








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UNITED STATES EXPORTS OF DOMESTIC 'ERCHR!DISE-JULY, 1945--Continued

Cmmodity ComOity
code No. Comodity description and unit Net Value code No. Commodity description and unit Net Vale
(5ched- of quantity quantity (dollars) weight (Sched- of quantity quantity dollars )
e 9) (Puds) ule B)

GROUP 3.-TEXTILE FIBERS AND GROUP 5.-TETIIE FIBERS AND
MANUFACTURES-Continued M!ANUACT-t-ontinued
WOOL MANUFACURES-Contlnuea
VEGETABLE FIBERS AND MANUFACTURES
ool wearing apparel--Continued
Vegetable fibers, unmanufactured: 568300 Woments and children's apparel,
520501 Canton ..................... L.ton .......... .......... ............. except knit, n.e.s............. .......... 164,294 75,798
520605 Flax ....................... L.ton .......... .......... ............. 368950 Men's an boys' apparel, except
520805 Hemp.......................L.ton 415 196,046 950,586 knit, n.e.s .............................. 62,271 57,314
320507 slatle of Tampico...........L.ton .......... 144 560 568998 Wool or mohair manufactures,
320509 Jute....................... L.ton .......... ........... ............. n.e.s ........................ .......... 18,362 2?,07
320511 Kapok......................L.ton ..................... ............
320515 Maguey or Cantala L.ton..........L.ton .............. ............... HAIR AND MANUFACTURES, N.E.S.
520515 Manila or abaca............L.ton ..................... .............
320519 Sisal or henequen..........L.ton 20 5,808 49,631 Hair, unmanufactured:
320521 Sunn.......................L.ton .......... .......... ............. 369050 Cattle, ox, calf, and horse body
320598 Other unmanufactured hair, new (except ear hair).Lb. 39,813 4,00 40,175
fibers...................L.ton 12 5,519 30,052 569070 Cattle, ox, and calf tail hair,
321100 Jute yarn, cordage, and twine..Lb. 307,115 56,497 510,458 new (switches Included).....Lb. 10 230 12
522400 Bags of Jute ................. Lb. 5,748,542 551,027 3,768,767 569100 Hog hair, new................Lb. 75,757 9,421 80,542
322401 Bags of Jute (quantity only)...No. 2,965,892 .......... ............. 369550 Horse mane and tail hair, raw
322905 Jute burlaps, except when used or dressed, new.............Lb. 216 1,119 278
as a covering for other merchan- 369510 Other hair, unmanufactured, raw
dise or as a component part of or dressed, new.............Lb. 74,705 88,156 B666
other products................Lb. 155,014 25,040 157,262 569650 Hair waste and scrap hair....Lb. 58,541 4,752 35,575
522998 Other Jute manufactures ........Lb. 178,928 18,496 185,757 5369700 Hair felt and manufactures..... Lb. 9,205 5,128 9,518
339916 Flax (linen) fabrics, wide 369900 Other hair manufactures..................... 50,099 51,964
and narrow....................Lb. 5,722 11,942 6,681
339955 Handkerchiefs, linen...........No. 420 458 41
339988 Flax, hemp, and ramie yarns, and SIKE AND MANUFACTURES
manufactures, n.e.s. (except
twine and cordage, flax fabrics 570200 Raw silk.......................Lb .......... .....................
and handkerchiefs)............... .......... 49,906 349,016 371000 Tram, organzine, and hard
Cordage, except of cotton or jute: twists ........................ Lb ..................... ............
541100 Binder twine.................Lb. 1,001,005 167,502 1,001,034 571100 Spun silk...................... Lb ..................... ..........
341400 Manila cordage............... Lb. 9,656 4,584 11,957 571900 Sewing, embroidery, and crochet
341901 Flax twine and cordage.......Lb. 421 651 485 silk.......................... Lb. 1 15 4
341905 Hemp and ramie twine, cord, and Fabrics wholly or chiefly silk:
cordage.....................Lb. 9,55 5,654 9,725 572001 Silk cartridge cloth for powder
541909 Sisal or henequen, istle or bags........................Yd ........... .......... .............
Tampico, Canton, maguey, pacol, 372006 Silk parachute cloth .......... Yd .................................
and sunn twine, cord, and 372098 Other broad silks ............ Yd. 5,948 25,758 1,90
cordage..................... Lb. 448,343 75,461 448,701 572500 Velvets, plushes, and
541998 Other cordage................ Lb. 1,40 452 1,279 chanilles................Sq.yd .................... .............
349500 Oakum .......................... Lb. 137,295 19,595 142,559 372900 Silk and velvet ribbons...... Lb. 144 667 187
349909 Sisal or henequen, istle or Wearing apparel:
Tampico, Canton, maguey, pacol, 574100 Underwear.................... o ..................... ........
and sunn yarns................ Lb. 177 115 189 574200 Silk dresses, skirts, and
Kapok: blouses.....................No. 1 20 1
349915 Life-saving appliances.................... 50so 6 Hosiery:
549925 Kapok manufactures, n.e.s ................., 3,294 26,985 375400 Womn's and children's
349998 Vegetable fibers and manufactures, seamless ............. Doz.pr s. .......... .......................
n.e.s. (straw or grass manu- 375500 Women's fullfactures inc.)................... .......... 44,992 233,924 fashioned............Dos.prs. .................... .............
375700 Men's socks ........... Doz.prs .......... .......................
375900 Silk wearing apparel, n.e.c.
WOOL, UNMANUFACTURED (ments, women's, and children'as
included) ...................... .......... .......... .............
579800 Sik noils and waste ........... Lb ......... ...................
360905 Carpet wools ................... Lb ..................................... 379800 Silk noils and waste .............. 5,N ......
Carpet.f wools ::::::::B: 3itli"iee i;ii 79900 Silk manufactures, n~e.c.......... ..............5,8004 1,284
360905 Clothing wool ................ Lb. 1,831,006 585,998 1,895,517 ...
560907 Combing wool...................Lb. 2,939,879 1,927,465 2,999,015 SXNTHETIC FIBES AND
360911 Hair, Angora Goat (Mohair) M FACTUS
Cashmere Goat, Alpaca, and
other like hair............... Lb. 7,189 2,573 7,385 383005 Nylon waste and staple fiber...Lb. 235 2,0R9 526
583007 Rayon waste and staple fiber...Lb. 568,076 00,068 5384,150
NOM SE/MANUFACTURES 385009 Other synthetic cut fibers and
waste....... Lb. 4,051 2,99 4,1
584005 Nylon yarn, monoftilament, bands,
362200 Wool rags, woven and knit...... Lb. 335,50 3,781 34,934 and rope......................L. 198 5% ao
562600 Wool noils and waste, mill waste 384007 Spun rayon yarn, single and
(include garnetted, picked, and plied....................... Lb. 76,355 53,144 9S,55
carded)....................... Lb. 83,706 22,763 86,415 384006 Acetate rayon yarn, manofilament.,
362800 Wool tops (tops of hair bands, and rope............... Lb. 586,175 42.1,488 77.114
included).....................Lb. 400 660 482 584015 Viscose high-tenacity tire cord or
363500 Wool yarns.....................Lb. 245,207 569,824 283,548 yarn on conems or warps, treated,
dipped, or untreated (fuel-cell
WOOL MANUFACTURES high-ten city card or yam
Fabrics wholly or chiefly of wool: included).....................Lb. 957,777 438,530 1,159,794
564200 Wool cloth and dress goods ...Lb. 2,125,271 5,188,122 2,183,550 384015 Viscose and cuprammoanius
564201 Wool cloth and dress goods continous filament yarn,
(quantity only)............. Yd. 1,3,975 .............. ....... moofilament, bands, and rope,
564300 Mohair cloth.................Lb. 20,673 59,068 25,955 except tire cord or yarn ......Lb. 676,551 48,127 5,140
564501 Mohair cloth (quantity only).Yd. 28,455 .......... ............. 584098 Other synthetic yarn, mano3564900 Other wool fabrics..........Lb. 85,010 127,107 84,466 filament bands and rope.....I b. 10,1753 10,58 13,321
366200 Carpets and rags of wool.... Sq.yd. 12,041 58,405 40,624 3200 Thread Ang hand r evi,
566500 Wool felts, except woven....... Lb. 6,924 10,479 7,705 and crochetirg ...............Lb. 2,737 6,79 4,0?
566400 Wool felts, woven for Piece goods, wholly or chiefly of
machines...................... Lb. 52,834 121,697 58,451 synthetic fibers:
366600 Wool blankets..................Lb 70,658 1,144,115 745,525 584500 Pile (velvets, etc.).........Lb. 25,4 86 44,215 26,67
366601 Wool blankets (quantity only)..No. 172,658 ....................... 4501 Pile (velvets, etc.)-quantity
Wool wearing apparel: only.....................Sq .yd. 59,197?.......... .............
67500 Knit bathing suits..........Dos. 587 14,269 4,597 58400 nit fabric, in the piece ....Lb. 39,717 91.477 46,755
567600 Knit sweaters for men, women, 584920 Upholstery and drapery fabrics,
and children...............Dos. 10,704 5331,774 112,146 wider than 42 inches, woven,
567700 Wool knit goods, n.e.s. (men's except pile................. Lb. 14,00 4 28,414 15,084
women's, and children's 384921 Upholstery and drapery fabrics
included)..................... ......... 308,971 144,0568 wider than 42 Inches, woven,
366005 Men's overcoats, suits, and except pile-quantity o .ysq.yd. 27,878.......................
pants.......................No. 41,059 420,591 142,40 Woven filament yarn fabrics,
5368098 Boys' overcoats, suits, and n.e.s.:
pants.......................No. 30,796 184,60 682,867 584925 Cord-tiro and fuel-coll
5366200 Women's and children's dresses fabrics (treated, dipped,
and ensembles, except knit..No. 4,732 51,9 4 9,414 or untreated)............Lb. 1,115,971 767,750 1,375,178








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P .-TATIi. FI9ES .ND GhOUP 3.-TrAXTI FIbim
MAN'UF YTCTUR -Continued AND ANUFCTUR5-ont.
STNT TIC FIE.S rND ISCEIANEOUS TXTILLS
MANUFNCITORS-Cont nued PHODUCTS--ContInued

Pie~e goods, holly or chiefly of Mattreases. cotton, kabpok, os,
synthetic flbers-Cont.nued and hair:
Woven filament yarn fabrics, 59700. Mattresses, kapok........... No 35 k49 80
n.e. ,--,.Continued 397098 Mattresses, cotton, mos., eand
58492, Cord tire and fuel-cell hair....................No 1,562 0,412 65,60j9
fabrics ftreatea, dipoed, or 598000 Absorbhent cotton, sterilized ouse,
utreated)-quantity and sterilized bandages ....... Lb. 2,065,520 663S,890 2,58,thd
only. ...................q.yd 1, ,433 .......... Elastic webbing, woven, knitted
84950 Printed....................Lb. .6, 529,90 26.0,451 or braided:
384931 Printed-quantity only..Sq.yd. 959,183 .......... ............ 398800 Not over 1-1/2 inches wide...Yd. 556,245 39,824 9,70
349*2 Other (grite, white, piece- 399000 Over 1-1/2 inches wide....... Yd. 31,65 11,177 4,360
dyed and yarn-dyed 599400 Garters, arm bands, suspenders,
included) ................. Lb, 409,453 743,411 461,600 and braces ........................ ....... 86,781 36,509
3$4955 Other (greige, white, piece- Clothing, military, air and naval,
dyed and yarn-dyed included)- not identifiable by material
quantity only..........Sq.yd. 1,435,005 .......... ............. ....under specific clothing classes:
Woven spun yam fabrics, 599501 Personal and organizational ............... 1,165 5360
n.es.- 399505 Aviation................................. 47,3532 37,573
584960 Printed....................Lb. 80,147 165,993 90,292 599507 Special for parachute troops..... ..............................
584961 Printed-quantity only..Sq.yd, 322,969 .......... ............. 599509 Special for nurses.............. .......... .......... .............
384970 Other (greige, white, piece- 399511 Special for armored forces.......................................
dyed, and yarn-dyed 599515 Special for cold weather........................................
included).................Lb. 154,059 277,852 175,290 399517 Gas protective clothing,
34971 Other (greige, white, piece- milit ary............ ..... .......... .......................
dyed and yarn-dyed included- 399519 Clothing, military and air.
quantity only Sq.yd 52,2........... Sq.yd. 525628 ......... ............ n.e.s ................................... 172,851 118,488
f84990 Remnants and mill ends (less 399521 Naval clothing.................. .......... 1,282 738
than 10 yards in length)....Lb. 65,879 56,82 73,396 399900 Textile manufactures, n.e.s.................. 1,509,909 2,625,664
305000 House furnishings ............................ 26,372 25,555
Outerwear, women's and children's: GROUP 4.--WOOD AND PAPER ...... .......... .2,856,012 396,576,894
585201 Dresses and ensembles, except
knit or crocheted (one, two, WOOD, UNMANUFACTURED
and three piece ensembles as
one unit)...................No 85.813 487,097 83,072 Logs and hewn timber (indicate
386205 Other outerwear, except knit quantity scale):
or crocheted................No. 14,172 41,590 8,208 Hardwoods:
3865510 Dresses and ensembles, knit or 400100 Ash and hickory....... M bd.ft. 3 110 21,000
crocheted (one, two, and 400200 Cottonwood and aspen..M bd.ft ........... .... .....
three piece ensembles as one 400400 Walnut................ M bd.ft.............................
unit).......................No. 5,421 28,854 5,538 400800 Hardwood hburls........M bd.ft. 15 3,780 31,20C0
385320 Other outerwear, knit or 400905 Mahogany logs ......... M bd.ft....... ........ ...
crocheted...................... .......... 31,106 9,976 400907 Lignum-vitae logs..... h bd.ft. ..........150 1,000
Hosiery: 400909 Teak logs............. M bd.ft.........................
Women's and children's- 400998 Other hardwood logs and
385410 Nylon.................Doz.prs...................... ............. timber............... M bd.ft. 25 2,509 181,400
385490 Other synthetic Softwoods: I
textiles.............Doz.prs. S,115 251,952 60,968 401200 Douglas fir........... M bd.ft. 10 7901 32,770
58600 ken's socks.............Doz.pra. 14,007 43,728 21,461 401400 Hemlock............... M bd.ft .......... .......................
385710 Knit underwear................Doz. 7,410 57,539 18,965 Cedar:
585720 Woven underwear...............Doz. 7,540 98,701 25,075 401600 Western red......... M bd.ft .......... ......................
385770 Sleeping and lounging garments, 401700 Port Orford......... bd.ft.....................
knit or woven................Doz. 1,233 39,204 8,987 401800 Other.............. M bd.ft................... ..........
3885810 Ribbons ..................................... 74,629 19,933 401900 Other softwood logs and
385850 Braids, fringes, and narrow timber............... Mi bd.ft. 3 80 35,000
trimmings, except hat braids....... .......... 32,36556 8,049 Railroad ties, hewn:
585900 Synthetic textile manufactures, 402600 Creosoted, or otherwise
n.e s. ............................ .......... 123,055 31,895 treated ................ M bd.ft. 595 41,445 2,818,590
402900 Other................... M bd.ft. 8 354 37,840
MISCEL.AJDUS TEXTILE PRODUCTS 403100 Creosoted piling........... Lin.ft. 78,100 61,335 3,890,845
403200 Other piling...............Lin.ft. 26,944 11,122 749,000
590100 Linoleum ....................Sq.yd. 26,823 16,946 126,386 403400 Telegraph, trolley, and electric390300 Felt-baee floor coverings...Sq.yd. 330,455 98,981 1,015,086 light poles...................No. 7,318 85,641 4,861,640
391100 Oilcloth for shelf, table and 403900 Firewood and other unmanufactured
wall.......................Sq.yd. 104,474 20,808 75,101 wood............................. .......... 6,689 569,169
391300 Window-shade cloth..........Sq.yd. 2,173 705 949 SAWMIL PRODUCTS (UMBIR)
Book-cloth (all types):
591410 Pyroxylin-coated or Softwoods, not treated:
impregnated..............Sq.yd. 16,142 53,106 7,336 406000 Southern pine........... M 'ad.ft. 572 77,719 2,415,562
391420 Starch filled.............Sq.yd. 52,398 10,703 18,050 406300 Douglas fir............. b.ft. 4,968 202,954 16,086,926
391500 Pyroxylin-coated or impregnated 406500 Cedar................... M bd.ft .......... .......................
fabrics.................... Sq.yd. 161,850 83,149 85,510 406900 Other................... M bd.ft. 19 908 88,100
391700 Coated or impregnated 407900 Hardwoods, not treated .... bd.ft. 115 8,6453 545,920
fabrics, n.e.s.............Sq.yd. 465,442 177,820 343,685 Creosoted or otherwise treated:
591800 Waterproof outer garments, except 408000 Southern pine........... M bd.ft. 77 7,654 36,072
rubber and rubberized.........No. 68,126 436,801 247,675 408500 Other................... M bd.ft. 179 20,741 680,302
592100 Corsets, brassieres, and Boards, planks, and scantlings, less
girdles, except rubber and than 5 inches in least dimension:
rubberized....................No. 197,474 261,051 71,254 Softwoods:
3928D00 Neckties, cravats, mufflers and 410000 Cypress.............. M bd.ft. 186 23,484 670,400
scarfs (all fibers) .......... Doz. 16,940 129,468 20,927 Douglas fir:
594010 Hat braids, strips and sheets 410100 Rough ............... M bd.ft. ,904 3868,20 22,778,824
of natural fibers ............. Yd. 71,145 1,672 1,254 410200 Dressed ............ bd.ft. 2,93 158,036 7,336,750
594050 Hat braids, strips and sheets, Southern pine:
394050 Hat braids, strips and sheets 410500 Rough .............. M od.ft. 4,779 577,081 18,098,731
wholly or partly of synthetic 410400 Dressed............. M bd.ft. 1,898 156,909 5,952,376
textiles...................... Yd. 284,093 8,422 2,576 410610 Ponderosa pine........h bd.ft. 1,407 78,452 3,930,297
Hats, bonnets, hoods, caps and 410650 White pine ........... M bd.ft. 640 34,841 1,724,158
berets: 410720 Port Orford cedar.....M bd.ft. 52 3,711 186,000
Hats and hat bodies of straw, 410790 Other cedar........... M bd.ft. 43 2,792 156,200
palm leaf, etc.: 410800 Redwood .............. u bd.ft. 681 65,421 2,453,656
394200 Harvest....................No. 2,182 2,970 1,078 410900 Spruce................ M bd.ft. 133 9,412 382,53
Other: 411200 Hemlock............... M bd.ft. 770 28,451 2,670,058
394400 Sewed....................No. 15,171 20,169 8,452 411600 Other softwoods....... M bd.ft, 29 18,652 694,00.
394500 Woven....................No. 23,204 353,116 14,320 Hardwoods:
395100 Men's and boys' fur-felt hats 411700 Ash.................. M bd.ft. 171 19,546 6825,580
and hat bodies..............No. 65,678 282,516 50,911 411800 Birch, beech and
395200 Women's and girls' fur-felt maple................ M bd.ft. 1,541 180,16 6,247,Z87
hate and hat bodies.........No. 7,198 28,349 3,782 411900 Chestnut.............. bd.ft. ....... ...............
395300 Wool-felt hats and hat 412000 Cottonwood............h bd.ft. 57 3,167 175,440
bodies.....................No. 41,574 68,627 29,666 412100 Gum, red and sap...... M bd.ft. 141 10,0563 161,65
Other hats, caps, and berets: 412200 Gum, tupelo and black.9 bd.ft. 141 8,814 458,114
395700 Knit and crocheted.........No. 7,815 5,265 1,589 412500 Hickory.............. M bd.ft. 134 9,477 650, 68
395800 Woven fabric...............No. 91,806 64,812 40,192 412400 Oak................... M bd.ft, ,0l 53.,5314 23,U91,18
396300 Artificial or ornamental flowers, 412500 Poplar............... h bd.ft. 49 3,771 114.1
fruits, vegetables, grasses, 412600 Walnut ................ M od.ft. 55 o,919 4Zc,6.j
grains, leaves, stems, or parts 412700 Mahogany.............. M bd.ft ...............
thereof (all materials) ..................... 30,189 11,944 412800 Magnolia............. M 6d.ft..



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UNITED SbTATES EXPORTS O DOL-STIC L'EhC!_:ADISE-JULY, 1945-Continuea

Comodity___- Coity
code No. Commodity description and unit Net Value Shppng code No. Coazodity description and unit Net Value
(Sche hed- of quantity quantity (dollars) (Sche of quantity qt (d )
Sehoquniq ny(pounds) ole Bs)
ul 8) ) ule B)


GROUP 4.-W0D AND ROUP 4.--00 AND
PAPER-Continued PAP--Continued
SAWLILL PRODUCTS (LU 52ER)-Cont. PAPER BASE STOCKS-Continued

Boards, planks, ano scantlings, Wood pulp (air-dry weight):
less than 5 Inches in least Sulphite wood pulp, bleached:
dimension--Continued 460100 Rayon and special chemical
Hardwoods--Continued grades ........S. tan 3,806 38_,694 7,659,137
412900 Lignum-vitae .......... bl. ft. 1 140 4,007 460200 Other ....................S.ton 2,13 206,769 4,660.229
413000 Tea .................. U od.ft. .......... ......... ............. 460400 Sulphite wood pulp,
413100 Oak flooring.......... bd.ft. 155 12,541 294,300 unbleached ................ S.ton 3,015 A,84S 6,381.571
413200 Other hardwood floor- 460600 Soda wood pulp............. S.ton 3,536 268,989 6,205,904
ing.................. bd. ft. 79 13,412 188,884 460900 Sulphate wood pulp,
413400 Wagon-oak planks...... bd.ft. 213 22,001 1,129,958 unbleacned................S.ton 10,712 628,149 21,96.1,256
Small hardwood dimension stock: 461000 Sulphate wood pulp,
413600 Except squares. bd.t, 648 137,942 1,712,373 bleached..................5.tOn 1,110 91,429 2,224,187
413700 Oak squares......... M bd.ft 9 861 56,000 461900 Screenings and other
413800 Other squares.......M bd.ft. 60 25,155 312,480 wood pulp................. S.on 22 1,261 458
413900 Other hardwoods....... M b.ft. 224 15,237 735,057 paper base stocks, n.e.s.:
Box shocks: Rags for paper stock:
414000 White, ponderosa, and sugar 469000 Valued $50 or over per ton.S.to 70 6,888 146,789
pine................. bd.ft. 572 54,556 1,323,700 469100 Valued under $50 per ton.. .S.ton 265 7,764 561,366
414100 Southern pine........... u bd.ft. .................... ............. Other paper stock:
414200 Hemlock and spruce...... u bd.ft. .................. ............. Waste paper:
414500 Gum..................... M bd.ft. ..........0 O.......... ............. 469805 Overissue news......... Lb. 0,239 60 49,609
414900 Other................... bd.ft. 1,669 503,543 6,376,871 469809 Other......................Lb. 884,383 9,820 916,962
Railroad ties, sawed: 469998 Other paper stock............Lb. 302,516 3,273 304,330
415600 Creosoted or otherwise
treated................M bd.ft. 334 15,997 1,770,130 PAPER, REIAT PRODUCTS
415900 Other................... bd.ft. 597 36,596 2,288,000 AND MANUFACTURES

WOOD MANUFACTURES !Printing paper:
471200 Standard newsprint...........Lb. 12,067,610 602,371 1Z,213,352
Cooperate: 471400 Book paper, not coated......Lb. 10,0936 7B6,639 10,6S8405
420110 Tight staves, new............ No. 750,338 158,491 4,027,416 472000 Cover paper....................Lb. 252,38 45,872 282,01
420150 Tight staves, used ...........No. 19,446 2,074 835,500 472100 Greaseproof and waterproof
420200 Slack staves................. No. 18,250 4,471 40,000 paper......................... Lb. 3,413,468 606,670 3,759,510
420300 Tight heading...............Set 72,375 54,064 961,234 472300 Wrapping paper, except kraft...Lb. 3,758,850 370,845 3,659,320
420400 Slack heading............... Set 7,108 1,582 40,295 472400 Kraft wrapping paper...........Lb. 2,481,206 216,ZS5 2,586,018
420500 Tight shook .................Set 39,038 185,862 2,827,732 472500 Surface-coated paper...........Lb. 2,477,422 381,889 2,84.912
420600 Slack shooks .................Set ................................ .Tissue and crepe paper:
420910 Tight empty barrels, casks, 472605 Cigarette paper (except cork
and hogsheads, new ......o...NO. 4,512 28,990 243,934 paper), cigarette books, and
420950 Tight empty barrels, casks, book covers................... Lb. 1,372,188 589,605 1,644,299
and hogsheads, used......... No. 14,498 56,551 1,258,850 472698 Other tissue and crepe paper...Lb. 1,243,706 173,711 1,348,254
421401 Plywood, aero grade.........Sq.ft. 1,926 1,978 2,640 472800 Toilet paper................... Lb. 671,780 59,11 716,412.
421405 Plywood, hardwood, except aero 472900 Paper towels and napkins....... Lb. 278,8 28 24,895 290,178
grade......... ........... Sq.ft. 4,896,220 688,462 4,231,143 473000 Kraft container board ..........Lb. 11,626,763 551,717 11,865,799
421407 Plywood, douglas fir, except aero 475100 Other box board (paper board
grade.................... Sq.ft. 9,418,844 766,091 12,369,320 and strawboard)............... Lb. 7,09,646 S60,237 7,54,119
421409 Plywood, softwoodv except douglas 473200 Bristols and bristol board.....Lb. 6-9,3595 72,123 673,188
fir and aero grade.........Sq.ft. 159,555 27,849 145,950 475300 Other paperboard, except
Veneers, except aero grade: container and boxboard........Lb 3,097,218 210,31 3,21,
421601 Fancy, face, or figured...Sq..ft 1,907,061 80,722 297,167 473500 Sheathing and building paper...Lb. 1,99,700 69,453 1,90,212
421603 Utility or commercial.....Sq.ft. 2,510,518 67,202 468,843 473800 Fiber insulation board (7/16 inch
421605 Veneers, aero grade......... .ft 1,391,491 26,237 232,268 and over in thickness).....Sq. t. 9,273,708 37,764 4,619,559
422100 Veneer packages for fruits and 473800 Wall board of paer or pulp (1/8
vegetables..................... .......... 7,82 181,682 to less than 7/16 inch in
422200 Lath............................ .................... ............. thickness).................qft. 11.493,54 277,067 5,927,519
4225o00 Shingles.......................Sq 75 2,1 119,39 ,474100 Blotting paper...............lb. 486,860 71,974 546,481
422600 Doors.......................... No. 12,924 52,626i 498,935 475000 Filing folders, index cards, and
422800 Trim and moldings.......... Lin.ft. 56,72 9,536 101,449 other office forms, plain or
423000 Venetian blind slats ....................... 2,636 8,935 printed....................... Lb. 31,727 6874 9,0
423100 Venetian blinds................ No. 537 4,0735 9,407 476000 Papeteries (fancy writing
423200 Sash and blinds, n.e.s........ No. 5,513 10,872 8,707 paper)........................ Lb. 57,855 8,660 7,28
423950 Prefabricated and ready-cut 476100 Writing paper, except fancy... .b. 13,557,979 1,642,067 15 F,600.
houses....................... No. 3,786 5,509,065 60,012,114 477500 Paper hangings or wallpaper...Roll 98,695 36,519 115,126
423990 Other millwork and house fixtures. ........... 30,851 266,479 Paper begs:
Furniture of wood: 477700 Heavy shipping sack type.....Lb. 952,027 95,09 96,2
424200 Chairs, chief value wood..... No. 1,611 10,547 32,855 477800 Other........................ b. 434,851 61,9 469,776
424400 Office furniture and store Boxes and cartons:
fixtures....................... .......... 17,869 61,743 478100 Heavy fiber shipping containers
424700 Other wood furniture, chief of corrugated or solid
value of wood ............................ 111,738 331,970 container board............. Lb. 514,456 4,157 5a2,49
424800 Wood furniture, chief value of 478200 Other........................ Lb. 159,740 40,04 177,610
upholstery. ................. .......... 62,704 115,680 479300 Envelopes ...................... Lb. 83,462 29,527 97.38
426000 Boat oars and paddles.......... No. 424 3,276 7,929 479500 Vulcanised fiber sheets, strips,
Handles: rods, and tubes...............Lb 436,630 124,177 5,445
48500 Plow and similar bent 4479700 Cash-register and adding-eachine
handles....................Do. 439 1,591 21,532 paper......................... Lb. 8,96 9,474 101,694
428600 Hoe, fork, shovel, broom, mop, 479900 Paper, related products, and
and other long handles.....Do 28,489 36, 74 396,729 manufactures, n.e.s...........Lb. ,635,643 758 091 Z,99605
428800 strklng tool handles.......Doz. 19,841 49,729 348,246
PencIl slat: GROUP 5.-N{EIETAlLIC MINIS ...........9,190,820 12,651,174,166
429100 hastorn red cedar...........Lb. 62,98 10,a04 67,024
429200 Incense co.r.... ..........,..Lb 694,987 58,381 702,01 COAL AND F.LEATED FUEIS
429850 Woodenware (kitchen and household) .......... .27,706 102,131
429900 Wood manufactures, n.e.s..................... 267,274 2,377,829 Coal:
500100 Anthracite................. Lton 298,006 3,357,432 667,55,660
CORK AND MANUFACTUkES 500200 Bituminous .................L.ton 2,615,612 15,404,622 5,859,047,727
5003 CO Coal and ccke briquets.......L.ton ,016 64,137 17,99,480
430000 Cork wood or bark undwnctured.Lb. 117,981 7,695 118,930 500400 Coke, except petroleum
430200 DIsks, washers, and wafers.....Lb. 7,799 38,351 149,673 coke........................L.ton 118,687 1,129,804 265,923,65
450j0 St oppers.....................Lb 13,942 12,468 16,345
430600 Cor insulation................Lb. 52,1642 6,211 5,98 PE 10 AND PRDEUCTS
450700 Manufactures of artificial,
composition, or compressed 50110 Crude petroleum (except motor Atals)
cork, n,.................. ...b. 190,940 1,939 22,117 not les than 0 Octane....... 1Bbl. 2,954,492 4,948,726 89,08,1
45t anufctuires of natural cork, 501107 Crude petroleum (except lubri.5. ..........b. 118,668 33,371 127,X06 cating oils) not less than
60 Octane...... .............Bbl. 672,520 1,270,877 200,145,56
PAPER baSE STCKS 501198 Other crude petroleum oils,
n.e...... .. ........... bl. 351,061 520,567 104,674,906
46O0 .Ipwoods.....................Cordi 684 6,870 3,5396,000 501200 1 Natural gasoline ...............b. 56,1331 163,492 13,572,868








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ende Ro. Cosmodibty ecrptuon srd .ostt bet Value it cae So. I ~ara~ity esr.ptiol ass unit Not Va**
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GROP 2. -sAiLtLi.1, I AsiA I B.-NONMEiAL11
M86aRAL-Cont inuedS INERA1.---ontonue
Pb7TROLI14 AND ,rioUCls-cont.
CLA, AN0 CLAY PROL1:TS
Refined oils:
Motor fool .and .;s. l:te: 1303002 Fire y .ay..t... .... .1....Law n,4by L.
10131 6lwcning er.tn .: pet..eum 130907 Knolin cm. C sy). ..Lton Lnb4 Ls,..od
or...n....... ............1,1. 46,2SE 1,0489 354,001 130912 Oter c.ays..................L.ton 1,461 ii ,e71 ..,13 ,3.
Aviation :otr fu As: Pottery:
SlS Hi4gh Oct3 .ne -aor f.el .6b1. 1,18,166 1,134,736 409,67,.6 1.32000 Table and aditcbel rtiova
501696 Mediumr ..et 0.* sotor ana utenslls...............o. 189,.18 4c3,7us .,7.',,.o
ru els.... 3,84 179,123 9,190,46 Sanitary articles:
501707 Other :matOr fue. .50 1352vo Closet nowis .xt watrr-cltoet
gasoe... 6:+. 945,241 4 d69,97' 2 0 ePiece 13,419 1n,71? .<4,.04
50179 ther motor fel .nO 133300 Lv.torie sink, etc...Pec 9,571 00,1.3 hi413
g.. 1ee, n.. .....Lbll 3.317,1 '5 14,308,217 877,271,800 5354400 Saniary fixture and
20190 haptha, mineral spirits, fittings, and parts, n~e.s............. C .,u', .,7',3
5>.vsts, and other fi: 13 3 Electric..l porcelain:
igtt- ............ 93,172 879,209 86,u93,041 13100 For less thAn yr 00 volts...Lb. 361,376 0SJ 4i4,r..
.700 erosene..................Bbl 4 t93 1,124,682 157,0,800 5336 For 600r .tes and over.1b 186,119 16,117 ..7,..
t'000 as oil and olstit1te fuel 53500 Other pottery..................... ........... .u.e 4"', 3
oil.......................abl 3,201,444 7,095,706 977,275,576 Firebrick:
803100 cesiaal. f:.el oil...........861 1,1065 1,772,387 371,219,101 536100 Chrome brick and a apeain .. Lb. ,064,390 b2,931 o..u,7
Lubricating oils: 838200 Magnesite trick ana shapes.Lb 1,126,620 80,453 1,!77,017
503300 hed and pe.. ..dbl. 2F6,38r 1,737,130 86,76,246 Silica brick:
503400 Black...................1l. 5 14,662 81,662 15,095,37 5500 Standard 9-inev serioes..... 12 11,611 1,.59,9.;0.
Cylinder: 536400 Other shapes................. 156 6e,8 Iu0,t"
505>10 Bright stocks..........01 11,988 146,506 3,74,131 Fire-clay brick:
035.0 Steam refined stocks....1. 18,690 116,400 5,799,709 536600 Standard -inch series.....U.M 1,729 171168 1,151,63t
505800 Insulatin or transfomer 536700 Other shapes...............U. 1,311 14ib7 9,444,92
oils...................Gal. 255,215 73,291 2,133,324 136800 Firebrick, n.e.s............Lb. 4,641,912 133,643 ,007,171
503900 Light lubricating o... in 536900 O Ster brick..................M 306 11,183 1,041,972
small packages..........5a. 63,326 44,887 699,158 537000 Earthen floor and wall
Aviation lubricating oils: tiles....................Sq.ft 17,111 49,407 130,602
508001 High viscosity innex High-temperature or refractory
grade.................l 148937 2,240,074 49,192,373 cement:
504003 Mediam viscosity index 137101 Chroeite base mmtures...Lb. 417,80 10,480 421,153
grade................. l. 113,705 1,700,592 39,130,509 537968 Other..... ...............Lb. 2,21,718 11,433 2,334,4@1
504098 Lubricating oils, n.e.s........ 236,606 5,104,710 83,512,823 537900 Other terra-cotta ano ceramic
504100 Lubricicang greases, except manufactures.......... .... ....37,110 2,171,913
rrphite lubricants..........Lb. 6,38,939 390,074 7,549,798
508200 Petroleum and petroleum jelly. .Lb 3,743,065 222,975 4,680,906 0OTHER NONMETALLIC MINERALS1,
5000 Liquefied petroleum gases. Lb 7,831,167 104,206 8,006,482 INCLUDING PRECIO9S
Paraffin wax:
504500 Unrefined.................Lb 3,406,916 174,732 3,690,069 Abrasives:
504600 Refined and semi-refined.....Lb. 4,179,24 279,281 4,356,870 540500 Wheels of emery and corundum.Lb ,105 10,711 9,116
504700 Petroleum asphalt............L.ton 10,865 563,371 26,321,780 40600 Grindatones..................Lb. 490,888 32,846 206,774
508800 Petroleum coke................L.ton 11,473 119,430 2,390,134 54090 Diamond grinding wheels. Lb 349 6,164 62
105100 Natural gas..............H ca.ft. 2,009,338 150,812 99,473,019 540910 Diamond duet...............Carat 6,428 8,102 21
505900 Petroleum products, n.e.s...Gal. 214,071 244,825 1,724,931 540920 Emery poNder...............b. 63,990 5,107 67,14
140998 Other natural abrasives, hones,
STONE, HYDRAULIC CEMET, A.. LIME and whetstones..............Lb 3,06,417 83,738 3,18,421
541105 Steel abrasives..............Lb. 73,174 16,401 77,139
510100 Marble and other building and 541198 Artificial abrasives, crude
manumntal stone, rough or and in grains, except steel
dressed....................Cu.ft. 11,920 25,763 2,232,709 abrasives...................Lb. 4,721,149 21,506 4,617,17
812700 Manufactures of stone, 541200 Wheels of artificial
n.e.a., except crushed stone............... ......7,068 154,915 abrasives... ..............Lb 702,32 282,210 812,172
Hyrauic cement: 541300 Steel wool.................Lb 112,342 24,694 138,356
816406 Standard portland..........8B01 612,467 1,422,777 232,422,887 141800 Abrasive paper and cloth .i.eam 11,694 203,184 166,818
18500 White nonstaining and other.Bbl. 49,661 178,892 18,802,949 541900 Other artificial abrasives,,
51700 Concrete ans cement manu- bones ana hetstones........Lb. 87,191 43,188 112,138
facture1......................... ........... .20,357 345,81 Asbestos
517100 Lime.........................Lb. 2,940,768 16,304 2,967,428 nmanufctured, crude and fiber:
141101 Fibers, 3/8 in. or more in
GIASS AND0 GLASS PRIODUCTS length.................L.ton 878 69,910 "2,0,207
141198 Other....................L.ton 180 31,835 409,1
121200 Plate glass................Sq.ft. 197,07 76,849 706,017 a400 paper, millboard, and
821500 Cylinder, croon, and sheet roll board...-.............Lb. 1,840 11,136 1.,46
glass....................Sq.ft. 4,314,129 346,85 7,167,461 541400 Pipe covering and coeet.....Lb 27,1054 6,63 287,418
Laminated glass and manufactures: 541110 Tetiles and yarn........... Lb. 32,141 41,264 41,486
521750 Bulletproof glass................ .......... 50,37 810 841110 packing....................L. 233,103 17,692 281,101
521790 Other...Other ......... 43,70 3,924 Brake lining:
521800 Rolie glass, except 141000 folded and sm olded......Lb. 184,224 127,411 232,774
colored................... Sq.ft 320,352 40,417 888,267 545700 Woven.................Lin. 274,147 17,666 24,37,.
522006 Rolled, cylinder, crown, and Clutch facing:
sheet glass, obscured by 54510 Molded and san.olded.......o. 71,161 26,132 46,41
coloring prior to solidifica- 545830 Woven......................No. 34,260 14,620 .,71
tion, not less than 1/4 inch brake blocks:
itn thickness.............Sq.ft. 47,97 36,516 199,9ZS 142901 Uolded and semimoloed No. 33,24 23,238 40,519
523005 Optical glass, except 141805 Woven.................... I>16 8 3 790 1,040
ophthalmic............... ...N.. o.f 416 424 358 545911 Sheets.....................Lb 124,926 8,63 130,179
123096 Otner glass.................... ..... 184,207 936,174 841996 Asbestosomnufactures, n.e.s.Log 706,122 oi,627 756,4t5?
Unfilled glass container,: Asphalt an bitumen, natal,
123200 P aaceutical and proprietary except petroleum asphalt:
ware...184,416 2,284,811 547000 Uoanuf. ured............L.ton 4,563 142,367 1 '),,1
523400 average bottles..................8Lb 17,631,461 2A6,060 186,c16
523600 Other unfilled glass Grh 4iWe, natural:
containers............................. 111,8 24,423,536 54701 Ceylon a o.os.............Lb. 11,747 1,10 1, 174
Tumblers, drinking glasses sad 1472.3 Plane, crystalline, lamp
steeare, plain, cut, erngrave, or i............... .. ..Lb. 7,741 .,271 76,4
or otherwise decorate: 14a8 Ottor not*rr ,;rbi prute.L. .16 ,776 1na,4rl
523710 Macine-mane................. 4,60,338 161,409 ,060,176 Coo or *r.:t 122 3d6ts:
523720 Hand-made..................No 3,716 11,980 37,314 5471,0 Electrodes for f .r.ae or
Table and kitnen glassware, e'7t3lec1tli work...........Lb. 2., 3n 7,44 .. 1. 0
n.e.s., plain, cut, engraved, .47400 r,741 ore s c...... ........ ......... 4,313
or otherwise decorated: '4780C co :5na ccr s...... 0 :,1,!
124012 Macnine-made.... ..........No. 4,71,028 321,940 2,719,412 541098 Clts or 'r.-tn re-.ts
124018 Hand-mace....................,N. 1 .6.3 ,410 181,832 .e ........ ...4 : or
121100 Lamp chimneys no lantern glves.. .. 2 6,062 138,454 1ysum44n 0sed.eture- :
126100 Gloves and shades for 4.tin2 140300 lrude, crushed n- r..nd...'.tn 104 1,761 .3.,o34
fixtures.......................... 7.,:. 34, go 546400 1ilcineo 0.aster of 3,7 ,ss1L3tor 4. .4, 4
528100 Chemical glassware...........,Lb 6167% 66,633 1s1,224 54110.. P1.2ter <,ae 2d
129200 Glass electric nsultrs....._N ,3S .19,437C 1.,132 .s.. o... .... t. 4,o....* 4 ,
129900 ;Crer glassware.....................139,0. ..,?3,121 41. I ttr....



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1801P 6.-METALS AlL bA. Im?} n.-MTAL AA MA'd
VACTIRES LxCKFT MACHINMERY ACt Fo:, ** 7FT L. 9711
AN: V6Ii317- I Iltinued A'.., 94 W L: -6 *tlt*d
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Tublar products and f.tt nt, Foawed sarr, irv. or stril


60.000 SteelL.......... L 1,0 ,M' 929 pluahin, 31,94 1,
6)100 arought tr. n........... Lb. 1,S1,596 12e0 Table, )6ou **hld, -o, .ed
Welded ,'alvanised pipe: hospital ,<,...11 .nd *. .h
apt20 h Steel .Lb. ,"' '6, or nat ,re..l 'l*
ek500 3, oght iro n. .L .3, t f .etn1 rurt.r. ,nd ...r.
607705 Iron and steel pipe, nee b...16. ,11 ,O' ,9 ,1 ,tI hae-a-tui stgem t trat.,
ti7'98 All other Iron and steel pipe medicisr co.t was, nd
fittings, n~ .s... .. Lby .'r 0,'50 2 ,, 8 ltc r ............... .. .v 1 l 1 .
Wire and mnufactures: 130 a h:twetmeal shriving eud *al1
608100 Iron or steel wire, unecated.Lb. ,gt9,410 ,"9 ins. .4* 2

600300 Barbed wire. .Lb. 9,915,0 91,39' 6,976,f A oned dr.her except
606500 Wvn-wir eneing g.. b. 21,745 7,'73 624,317 in sult ated.. LAt ,P3

m0861 ls ad Aoa~ ......be504" ^ P' 8,9 110 posed d rr ..16 .>3
60690 Oe........... .Lb. 1,940 1' 559,4 doors, insulated............ No. .00 7,
ire rope and wire strand 615400 Dank vaults, doors, and interior
606710 WIre rope and cable, except equipment ... .
insulated ................. Lb. 4,542,-$ 85',0-9 4,950,584 613500 Other office and store furni608750 Wire strand ................ Lb. ,90' 12 l u1 92,324 tare, fixtures, and parts 16,6
606800 Electric welding rods and 6156tk> Metal beds and bed springs...No. 1.,46 90,0 4 9,4
wire *L..b t. i,508,191 169,215 1,584,915 613700 Other metal furniture and parts,
Other iron end steel wIre and (whether or not upholstered) .. 39,16 19, (u
gfacgres. Cooking and heattg stoves, except
609101 Bale ties............. ...Lb. 1,19,5"3 48,565 1,197,512 electric:
091S eiolingroes and wire of 61"900 Coal and wood cooking and roometricorste.. xcp heating stoves-....... .......No. 20 1,5 ,9
electric................Lb. 224,494 2P,130 241,040 614300 Gas stoves, ranges, and room
609109 Coaled wire, iron and steel, and water heaters..........No 3,O'4 130,. 44 571,691
n.e.e.................... 94,540 288,696 878,302 14400 Kerosene cooking stoves......No. 9,703 63,;29 373,910
09196 Other wire and 614500 Kerosene room and water
ardabctures.............Lb. ,020,316 642,174 3,13as,086 heaters.....................o 543 2,'76 t1,000
Nails and bolts (iron and steel) 614600 Gasoline stoves and room and
(except railroad) eater heaters.............No. 1,196 11,560 '9.69
609200 Wire nails.................Lb. 4,958,339 220,930 5,295,040 614700 Parts of gas, kerosene, and
8)9300 Horseshoe nails.............lb. 249,679 40,296 90,6'1 gasoline stoves and heaters .... ........... ,02 90,383
8)9400 Tacks (except tuobtacks)....Lb. 452,924 68,544 499,973 Central heating equipment:
609500 Other nails and staples......Ltd 1,106,269 85,484 1,196,754 614800 House-heeting boilers and
6)9900 Bolts, machino screws, nts, warn-air furnaces........No 71 7,903 c 9
rivets, and washers (except 614900 rouse-heating raditors ..Sq.ft 58,o 20,1 2e2,7
railroad)...................Lb. 6,892,265 865,735 7,333,161 615000 Dosestic conversion oil
Castings and forgings, iron and brer and domestN conversn oil

61eakx) Ingot casting molds..........Lb. 6,626,607 136,350 6,627,b1 6L510. Industrial conversion oil
610100 Gray-tron castings...........Lb. 2,190,951 174,982 3,202,617 burners and oil-fired
610200 Malleable-iron castings......Lb. 855,852 102,152 674,431 boilers....................No. 261 35,50 71,ed
Steel castings: 615220 Domestic and indutri.al oil
610410 Containing no alloy........Lb. 1,246,963 146,693 1,249,951 turner parts.............................. 56,196 1,P'0
610490 Alloy steel (stainless 615260 Other domestic cooking and heating
included)................Lb. 864,-90 97,621 867,167 equipment, and parts........................ 59,811 192,305
Railway car wheels, tires, and Tools:
exaxl 615300 Axes, broad and hand ........Dos. ,44 9,5 4,41.
l m0515 RaIlway car wheels, except 615420 Hack-saw blades, handlococotive..... ..Lb. 1,961,7? 77,697 1,962,662 operated..................Gross 16,566 104, 69 11',455
610618 Railway car tires and loo- 615515 Circular diamond saws........No 150 3,229 1,26
motive car wheels.........Lb. 6,286,37o 372,240 6,2P7,552 615517? Circular saws, not metal-cutting
610625 Railway car axles, without except diamond.............Ho. 6,^59 A,966 64,499
wheels, except locomo- 615520 Steel band, pit drag, and mill
tie....................Lb. 905,196 41,975 905,604 sawS, woodworking..........No. 6,06Z 19,115 103,P12
610528 Railway locomotive car axles, 615605 Diamond saws, except circularNo. .............
without wheels............Lb. 79,142 4,036 79,142 615698 Crosscut, hand, back, and
6106M5 Railway car axles fitted other sas and parts...e.c..................1,267 ,245
with wheels, except loco- 615710 Augers, bits, gimlets,, gimlet
motive....................Lb. 3,528,997 190,671 3,564,573 bits, and counter sinks, wood610536 Railway car axles, fitted working....................Do. 6,24P 26,75. -,4"
with wheels, locomotive.... 312,665 26,492 313,445 Files and rasps:
6LO8)0 Horseshoes and mule shoes.... Lb. 148,310 10,319 158,715 615810 Under 7 inches in length..Doze 116,758 143,'42 248,66
Iron and steel forgings, 615650 7 inches and over in
n.e.r.: length.................Dos 89,261 222,991 47P,F62
610700 Containing no alloy. .Lb. ,450,708 228,18I 3,501,093 615900 Hay and manufe forks........Dos. 577 10,214 37,49
610600 Alloy steel (stainless 616000 Hamners and hatchets........Dos. 11,574 96,959 319,969
included)...............Lb. 1,132,113 160,!17 1,161,411 616100 Hand hoes, rakes, forks,
n.e.s......................Doz. 5,174 36,956 10"211
IRON AND STEEL 616200 Shovels, spades, scoops and
MANUFACTURES drainage tools.............Dos. 11,120 123,261 632,'0"
616300 Vises....................No. 8,285 41,059 1',119
Caotlery: 616400 Automotive wrenches and parts... .......... 92,203 176,718
611200 Razors, safety, except 616500 Wrenches, and parts, n.e.s...... .......... 310,627 530,3
electric.................os. 26,063 44,367 27,274 616820 Hand-operated screw plates,
631300 Safety-razor blades.......C(100) 331,530 541,564 180,626 bolt dies, taps, tap wrenches,
61.1400 Scissors, shears, and and parts...................... ........... 76,910 58,962
nips, n.e.s..............Dos. ,494 42,767 18,662 616920 Hand-operated pipe stocks and
611500 Table cutlery, except dies, die stocks, dies,
spoons...................Dos. 13,930 28,539 17,8 bushings, and parts............99,41 100,51
611600 Butchers' end kitchen knives, 617000 Hand-operated pipe cutters and
forks, cleavers, and other metal-cutting tools, and
steels...................Dos. 14,649 48,414 38,272 parts, n.e.s................... .......... 9. ,973 94,639
GLIBR Machine knives except metal- 611200 Slip joint pliers...........Do. 2,194 7,437 17,15s
cutting...................o. 17,08 46,095 45,910 617300 Other pliers, pincers, nippers,
611900 Other cutlery and parts......... .......... 193,271 389,713 and splicing claps........Dosc 11,362 98,990 113,713
Hollow ware: 617720 Hand drill and reamer operating
h12100 Tin and galvanized devices, bit braces, and parts........... 71,150 102,4E
hollow ware...............Lb. 322,26 55,647 341,280 617910 Hand-operated planes, chisels,
6 u2200 Tin cans, finished or gauea, and other cutting tools
unfinished................Lb. 1,675,324 211,005 1,929,530 and parts, except metal-cutting .......... 7?,716 176,099









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


Commodity shipping Comodity
code No. Commodity description and unit Net Value ig code No. Comodity description and unit Met T zese
(Sched- of quantity quantity (dollars) Sc d- of quantity quantity (dlls) it
Ulm B) Scha ued B) qunttyqanntddsl)s

GROUP 6.-4METALS AND MANU- GROUP 6.-METALS AND KANFACTURES, EXCEPT MACHINER FACTURES, ECEPT MACHIMER!
AND VEHICLES-Continued AND VEHICLZS-Contimed
IRON AND STEEL
MANUFACTURES-Continued COPPER AND MANUFACTURE
Tools-Continued 640100 Copper ore, concentrate, matte,
Other hand tools and parts, unrefined copper as blister,
n.e.s: converter copper, or anodes,
617890 Gauges, for use in measur- copper content..............C.Lb ........... .......... .............
ing and inspecting pre- 641200 Refined copper in cathodes,
cision parts .............. No. 5,452 35,282 7,525 billeta, Ingots, bars, or
617891 Tools incorporatiing industrial other forms ................... Lb. 5,8624,06 634,e S, 32
diamonds, n.e.s ...........No. 1,590 7,079 1,073 641300 Old and scrap copper ........... Lb. 2,009, 1,f06 %,01
&?895 Mechanics' hand tools, 642200 Copper pipes and tubes ......... Lb. 455,942 122,548 564,238
and parts, n.e.s ....................... 1,066,952 1,40,609 642300 Copper plates, sheets, and
617896 Tool grinders, emery wheel strips ....................... Ib. '56,488 192,627 921,904
dressers .................. Lb. 21,486 8,097 24,791 642400 Copper rods .................... Lb. 10,800 20,156 1,83
617898 Other hand tools and parts .... .......... 1,104,000 2,074,84 642500 Copper wire, bare .............. Lb. 1,751,518 511,800 1,0,141
Hardware: Insulated copper wire and cable:
617900 Padlocks, iron, steel, brass, 643000 rabber-covered wire ..........Ib. 1,102,508 307134 1,262,475
and bronze ................. Doz. 40,659 114,384 145,481 64310 Weatherproof wire ............ Lb. 255,846 67,455 274:9@
618000 Door locks and lock sets of 643500 Other insulated copper
iron, steel, brass, and wire ........................ b. 10,270,?82 5,495,905 11,980,105
bronze ..................... Doz. 7,784 853,2687 147,447 Copper maitions:
618100 Cabinet and other locks of iron, 6485911 Rotating bands for
steel, brass, and bronze...Doz. 35,852 67,522 77,981 shells .................... Lb. ..................
618200 Hinges and butts, iron or 645919 Other Lb........................ ....................
steel ................... Doz.pr. 213,898 99,768 504,301 649 Copper manufactures, n........ .......... 81,06 S,724
618500 Other builders' hardware.................. 124,916 342,125
618450 Furniture casters........................... 19,560 71,743 BRASS AND BRONZE MANUFACTIES
618490 Other furniture hardware, irn
and steel .................. .......... 12,105 24,469 644000 Brass and bronze scrap
618500 Saddlery and harness hardware, and old.......................b .......... ....... .......
iron and steel........................... 18,33 266,462 644100 Brass and brzse ingots........Lb. 55,370 6,58 59,
618600 Car and marine hardware............. ....... 126,554 35,756 644801 Brass and bronze bars, rods, and
618800 Hardware, n.e.s ................. .......... 188,476 644,510 unfinished shafting........... 292,991 66,7 320,154
618900 Sewing-machine needles...........h 5.3,960 87,743 7,159 644805 Brass and bronze blanks........ Lb. 1,335 962 1,494
619000 Needles, n.e.s ................... M 5,765 78,210 5,950 645000 Brass and bronze plates, sheets,
619100 Sprocket and other power and strips.................... Lb. 255,484 64,976 275,-41
transmission chains, iron 645300 Brass and bronze pipes and
and steel.....................Lb. 271,596 86,391 286,850 tubes ......................... Lb. 178,755 58,155 216,975
619200 Chains, iron and steel, n.e.s..Lb. 2,071,552 287,6B4 2,097,979 645450 Brass and bronze pipe
Autuatic scales, except fittings ...................... Lb. 53,3?75 51,455 56,50
coin-operated: 6458600 Plumbers' brass goods.......... b. 57,419 40,677 64,710
619510 SBathroom .....................No. 98 1,816 5,037 645700 Wire, bare and insulated,
619590 Other........................No.' 1,3'? 20,291 47,737 brass or bronze............... Lb. 195,756 74,775 211,206
619700 Precision scales, laboratory 645800 Brass wood screws............ (rs 1,18 5,224 16,395
balances and weights..........No 684 22,123 14,785 646500 Hinges and butts, brass or
619800 Scales and balances, n.e.s.....No. 5,065 68,478 264,950 bronze....................Doz.pr. 2,224 4,526 S6
620000 Wood screws, iron or 646900 Hardware, brass or bronze, n.e.s.. .......... 16,012 19,164
steel only..................Gross 472,773 108,451 375,844 Other brass and bronze mamMetal drums and containers for factures:
oil, gas, other liquids and 647901 Brass and bronze die stocks,
solids: shims, bearings, and
620520 Filled....................... Lb. 3,930,321 289,518 6 bus s ....................Ib. 42,389 9,719
620540 Unfilled ..................... Lb. 2,550,624 336,355 2,553,190 647905 Brass and brodze fabrications
Other iron and steel manufactures: for munitions............... Lb. 62,84 16,534 64,26
620905 Fence posts, iron or steel...Lb. 112,109 8,943 112,404 647906 Brass and bronze structural
620907 Tool bit blanks, iron or shapes...................... Lb. 17,272 4,006 17,997
ateel ....................... Lb. 1,824 5,429 1,994 64911 Brass and bronze stampings...1b. 1,976 2,199 2,196
620909 Unfabricated tie stock whether 647913 Brass and bronze castings
or not sheared to length ... ............................ and forgings................ Lb. 9,8 2 18,97 6,515
60915 Lined steel tanks............ 24,2 1,90 27,425 647919 Brass and bronze circles..... Lb. 1,1 369 1,556
6093 Carbonyl iron powder......... Lb. 5,153 5,539 5,400 649998 Bras and bronze ma actress,
620998 Iron and steel manufactures, n.e.s.......................... .......... 154,496 166,584
n.e. ......................... .......... 70,179 6,642,540 AD AND MANUFACTURES

FERH0-ALIDTS
650406 lad are, matte, and base
621305 Ferramanganese .................b. 104080 10,24 109,917 bullion.....................C.Lb ................................
621305 spiegeleisew ................. Lb. 56,000 1,157 56,000 50700 lead pigs and bar s ............. Lb. 99,955 7,906 1 47
622050 Ferrochro e....................I. 17,322 1,748 18,187 650800 lead sheets and pipes.......... Lb. 201,852 18,7 218, 8m
Other ferro-alloys:t 651200 Lead solder.................... lb. 150,365 46,256 159,000
622065 Ferromolybdenum ..............Lb., 6,200 68,492 6,548 Other lead manufactures:
62208 Ferrovanadiu .............. Lb ........... .......... ............. 651505 Type metal, antimonial lead... 50,790 40,2 541,251
622090 Ferroposphors.............Lb. 41,751 1,695 42,253 651520 Anodes....................... Lb. .......... ..........
622092 Ferrosilicon.................Lb, 364,765 21,244 368,1E 651530 Foil, lead, and
622095 Ferrotitanum and ferrocarbon- lead-tin...................Lb. 4,410 1,377 5,216
titanim....................b 40,000 3,150 40,400 651557 Plate, or battery plate,
622096 Ferrotangsten................I ........... ....................... not assembled as complete
6o2098 Other ferro-alloys...........Lb. 1,400 179 1,500 battery units...............Lb. 36,541S 3,90 40,057
ALIU AND MANUFACTURES 651598 Lead anufacturs, n.e.s .................. 57,813 289,78
NICKELA AND MANUFACHIRES
Aluamim, alumns alloys
(including duraluzun): 654501 Nickel ore, concentrates, and
619000 Baxite and other slum matte......................... i .................................
ore......................L.to 15,264 169,054 29,943,754 6,4505 Nickel alloys, and scrap contain629500 Bauxite conentrtee ing nickel, except nickel
(including aluamina).......L.to 764 59,858 1,710,01,0 silver........................ Lb. 465,186 142,054 480,935
650000 Aluminaum and alloya in ingots, 654509 Nickel metal in ingot., bare,
slabe, or other crude forms.Lb. 50,569 82,445 565,124 grains, rods, sheets, strip,
630100 AlumInum scrap...............Lb. 5,717 4,20 53,68 ehot, plates, and other
630301 Sheets, plates and strips.s...Lb. 36,576 104,014 365,S9S form................... ...I. 24,491 13,700 25,991
630305 Rods and bars................Lb. S,5"S 2,806 5,65 654998 Nickel mnuactur-es, n..s ........ .......... 16,610 25,198

630500 Tubes, molding, castings, TIN AND MANUFACTURES
430400 Alumnm foil and leaf...Lb. 226,15 167,775l 262,53

and other shapes............Lb. 81,476 59,178 94,64
630700 Table, kitchen and hospital 656902 Tin tubes ...................... .... ............................
utensils .................. Lb. 14,164 11,111 18,20 65C503 Tin foil....................... Lb. 113 90 1
630850 Aluminum or aluminuma-bronze 65607 Tin mtal in ingot, pip, bars,
powder and peastes, aluminum blocks. slabs, and other
content................... C Lb. 40,035 24, 546 46,139 forms....................... 1,846 ,17 7,7
an~~~~b 1 76I,8 46 t '7 7 7
63099 Aluminum and aluminum alloy 65 06 Tin scrap and waste............Lb. 23,28 16,15 249,505
manufacturers, n.e.s..................... 10? ,84 139,11 6 56598 Other tin and manufactures.................. 3,055 17,085








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IJ'ITLD '" S E.Pv)iTS CI DOMESTIC I 2LANDS -JtbY 1945-Continued


Comoditye tCoodini hylj
co Coodity deserpti.on and uni.t Net alu o i uodity description and unit Net
(Sched- of quantity qu.antity (dollArs) h (ched- of quantity quantity (dolla r (pIndal
. ~............... ......... .. _, ... .. .. .. ......

GROUP 6.--4METALS AND MANU- GROUP 6.--ETALS ANI MANUFACTURES, EXCEPT MACHINERY FACTURES, EXCEPT MACKINFR T
AND VHICLES-Contimred AND VEHICLES-Continued

ZINC AND MANUFACTURES PRECIOUS METALS, AND PLATED WARE,
EXCEPT JEWELRY, PRECIOUS METALS
6 0 ....FOR DENTISTRT, GOLD AND SILVER
657198 Zinc..... 1,9553 20,045 IN ORE, BULLION, AND COIN
Rol in sheets and stpe:
657205 Photoengraving sheet ...... Lb. 91,545 19,843 102,064 Platinim end allied metals:
657200 Sheets, n.e.s., and 692000 Platinu ore and
strips ................... Lb. 841,660 110,592 881,157 concentrates............. T.o. ......... .......... ............
Zinc in other forms, n.e.&.: Ingots, sheets, wire, alloys,
657505 Zinc alloys, except and scrap:
brass or brnze ............. Lb. 3",1A9 7,181 38,604 892205 Platinue bars, ingots, sheets,
657507 Zinc die casting ............ Lb. 15,719 6,702 16,825 wire, sponge, and other
67598 Other forms., n.e.S .......... Lb. 442 170 473 form................... T.os. 115 4,123 20
658600 Zinc dsu ...................... Lb. 34,291 4,649 36,009 692209 Palladiaum, rhodium, tridium,
Other sine manufactures, contain- osairidium, ruthenium,
ing 20 per cent, or more sinc- and osmiua matal, and
658901 Battery shells and parts, alloys..................T.o. 595 15,669 537
ameembled ................. Lb. 30,945 5,297 32,610 Manfactures, except jewelry:
658905 Photoengraving plates, 692905 Platinum manufactures ....T.os. 212 5,'91 154
unfinished.................Lb. 58,758 6,811 41,161 692998 Platinum allied metal
858907 ni e.........................Lb, 10,125 3,845 11,162 manufactures............ T.os. 207 1,149 5
65896 Zinc manufactures, n.e. s .................. 14,807 34,419 Sterling and other solid silver
manufactures, n.e.e.:
OTER NONFEROUS ORES, METAS 695500 Knives, forks, and steak sets............. 6,350 366
ALLOYS, EXCEPT FRECIOUS 695600 Other.................................... 15,245 2,335
661000 Nickel silver, or German silver, Silver plated manufactures,
crude, scrap, or in bars, rods, n*e.s.:
or sheets.....................Lb. 27,662 4,598 29,576 695800 Knives, forks, and steak setes... .......... 42,239 25,640
662000 Babbitt metal..................Lb. 117,289 59,376 120,961 695900 Other ..................................... 66,958 59,446
663000 Nickel-chrome electric 699700 CGold manufactures, n.e.s. (goldresistance wire ...............Lb. 72,904 95,606 86,418 plated included)................. .......... 23,602 557
663500 Quickailver or mercury.........Lb. 1,777 4,698 2,577
665600 Molybdenum ore and GROUP ?.-ACHINERY AND VEHICLES. .......... 302,686,970 609,743,912
centrate................ Lb ..................................
65601 Molybdenum ore and concentrates- ELECTRICAL MACHINERT AND APPARATUS .................... ......
quantity only.................Lb .......... I ........................ -665700 Vanadium ore and concentrateaCLb. 1,705 5,506 4,300 Generators:
665701 Vanadium ore and concentrates- 700000 Direct current generators....No. 1,759 719,872 464,400
quantity only.................Lb. 3,049 .......... ............. 700100 Alternating current
663D00 Magnesium metal in primary generators................. No. 142 57,731 108,27'6
form..........................Lb. 100,015 19,815 100,069 700605 Steam turbine generator sets6653900 Tungsten metal, stellite, wire, 3/4 and under 500
shapes, and alloys ............Lb. 8,569 69,879 IOS10,5z1 kilowattes ...................No. 16 9,251 14,578
Ores and concentrates, n.e.s. 700698 Under 5/4 kilowatt..........No. 54 3,669 6,870
664501 Antimony.....................Lb. 224 49 242 700800 500 kilowatts and over......No. 15 916,948 2,322,969
664505 Beryllium ...................L. ................... ............. 700900 Accessories and parts for
664510 Bismuth matte, slimes, realsi- generators, n.e.s ................ .......... .801,332 1,431,525
dues, and base bullion......Lb. ................................ Welding sets,
664515 Cadmium dross, flue dust, 701010 Motor-generator type.........No, 570 282,564 760,888
residues, and scrap.........Lb. 100,120 8,260 100,120 701020 Non-rotating type............ No. 493 67,915 125,010
664520 Chromium or chromite.........Lb. 1,899,055 31,377 1,899,055 701105 Electrical generating sets powered
664525 Cobalt.......................Lb. ................................. by Diesel engines, (assembled or
664550 Columbium or niobium......... Lb ......... .......... ............. unassembled)..................No. 196 8673,915 1,740,241
664540 Manganese ores and concentrates, 701198 Self-contained lighting outfits,
containing 35 percent or more n.e.s ......................... .No. 1,991 495,634 889,4658
manganese...................Lb. 606,765 17,766 608,519 701200 Wind-driven generators......... No. 960 74,541 186,978
664560 Tantalum .....................Lb. .................... ............. Batteries:
664570 Titanium, ilmenite, and 701500 6 and 12 volt storage
rutile......................Lb. 63,000 6,400 63,630 batteries...................No. 114,755 1,256,224 6,595,"
664580 Tungsten..................... Lb. ................... .......... 701400 Other storage batteries.....Cell 19,850 206,88 832,403
664595 Zirco nium.................... Lb. 29,"85 1,0 29,805 701500 No. 6 dry-cell batteries....No. 34,92 6,677 64,946
664598 Other ores and concentrates, 701600 Flashlight batteries........Cell 2,417,35 125,942 561,555
n.e.s.......................Lb .......... ................... .... 701700 Batteries, dry, multiple cell,
Metals and alloys in primary except flashlight.........Cell 468,655 37,656 124,?01
forms, n.e.a. 0100 Other dry and set cell
664901 Antimony...................Lb. 2,154 590 2,314 primary batteries...........No. 480,054 657,895 1,412,667
664905 Beryllium metals, alloys, and 701900 Capacitors, 1/2 kilovolt ampere
scrap..................... Lb. 683 1,369 854 and over......................No. 149 8,564 10,726
664910 Bismuth metals and alloys..Lb. 11,440 13,903 12,565 Transforming or converting
664915 Cadmium metals.............Lb. 2,000 2,100 2,105 apparatus:
664917 Cadmium alloys.............Lb ...... ..... ......... ............. 702100 Power transformers, over 500
664918 Cerium metals and alloys...Lb. 4,000 12,440 4,000 kilovolt amperes............No 23 158,106 649,437
664920 Chromium metal, anodes, 702200 Distribution transformers, 500
chromium bearing alloys, and kilovolt amperes and under..No 883 152,555 566,401
scrap.....................Lb......... ...... ............... 702500 Instrument transformers......No 864 24,101 58,452
664925 Cobalt metal alloys, and 702400 Other transformers.......... No 6,562 67,441 16-,499
cobalt-bearing scrap 702600 Mercury power rectifiers..... No. 1 200 218
metal.....................Lb .......... .......... ............ Rotating converters:
664950 Columbium metal and alloys.Lb. 2 1735 4 702710 Under 300 kilowatt.........No. 5,054 848,502 1,191,876
664940 Manganese metal and alloys.Lb. 5,840 396 6,001 702720 500 kilowatts and over.....No. 4 50,194 100,182
664945 Molybdenum metal, alloys, 702800 Complete battery chargers,
and scrap.................Lb. 2,300 14,047 3,250 nonrotating.................N o. 7,506 38,970 44,e05
664950 Radium metal, radium Transmission and distribution
content.................. Mgms............................ ..... apparatus:
664960 Tantalum metal and alloys..L. 489 25,762 7 4 '03000 Feeder voltage regilators... No. 554 9,535 ,00
664990 Vanadium metal, alloys, and 705100 Switchboard panels and parts,
scrap....................Lb................. ... ............. except telephone......................... 167,770 205,246
664995 Zirconium metals and 705200 Oil circuit breakers and
alloys....................L. 23,060 4,568 25,197 switches................... No. SC07 42,768 86,075
664998 Metals and alloys in primary 70300 Power switches circuit breakers,
forms, n.e. .............. Lb. 344,842 61,208 352,569 and parts, over 10 amperes..... .......... 312,605 528,941
665000 Plated ware, other than gold 705405 Fuse plugs................... No. 401,075 12,845 24,811
or silver, except cutlery.................. 4,760 3,475 705490 Other fuses..................No 47,559 41,166 27,076
667000 Type, except type metal........Lb. 14,572 12,737 15,787 703500 Watt-hour and other measuring
Metal and metal composition meters......................No 2,D5 29?,702 54,806
manufactures, n.e.a.: '03620 Electric indicating
669101 Magnesium powder.............Lb. 174,485 18,993 180,754 instruments.................No, 7,775 73,487 20,446
669105 Magnesium metal in other forms, 702700 Electrical recording
n.e.s., and magnesium instruments................ No 2,419 68,623 15,624
ribbons.....................Lb. 1,116 963 1,602 703820 Electrical testing apparatus
669108 Molybdenum wire.............. Lb. 1,924 27,575 5,233 and parts, n.e. ............. .......... $25,419 106,606
669198 Metal and metal composition 705900 Lightning arresters, choke
manufactures, n.e.s ...................... 140,599 151,065 coils, reactors, andparts..... ,.......... 34.529 79,915








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UNITED STATES EXPORTS OF DOmESTIC AERCHANDISE-JULY, 1945-Continued

Comeodiy Comodity _:
code No. Comodity description and unit met Value Shpp code NO. C odity description and nit Net Value
(cale (Sched orntt (duantit) Wuantit (dilrs poe
(e- of quan tity quantity (dollars) i (Sch of quantity quantity (dol )


GROUP 7.-MACHINERY AND GROUP 7. -MACNa1ER AND
VEtICLES-Continuea VEHICLES-Continued
ELECTRICAL MACHINERY AND LElCTRICAL MACHINTR AND
APPARATUS-Continued APPARATUS-Continued

Motors, starters, and controllers: Signal and comunciation
704000 Motors, 1/3 horsepower and devices-Continued
under ....................... No 7,696 88,190 114,271 708900 Bell, buzzers, annunciators,
704100 Motors, over 1/5 and under 1 alarms, and parts .............. .......... 40,00 40,D525
horsepower..................No. 2,332 55,490 134,870 Other electrical apparatus:
Stationary motors: 709200 Starting, lighting, and ignition
704200 1 to 200 horsepower........No. 4,267 454,685 1,352,694 equipment, except spark plugs............. 397,573 539,5s
704300 Over 200 horsepower........No. 21 84,259 213,657 708300 Insulating material, n.e.s... Lb. 217,100 11U9 ,829 250,577
704400 Railway motors...............No. 20 7,470 48,514 Rigid metal conduit:
704500 Electric locomotives, rail- 709415 Of iron or steel...........Lb. 3,271,271 1964,745! ,27657
way, mining, and industrial.No. 5 24,618 72,910 709418 Other...................... Lb. 40,741 4,624 40,975
704705 Station, warehouse, and factory 709490 Other metal conduit, outlet,
trucks, powered by electric and switch boxes............... .......... 112,504 400,146
storage battery, whether or 709500 Sockets, outlets, fuse blocks,
not containing conveying, lighting switches and parts,
lifting, stacking or simi-lar n.e.s.......................... .......... 280,80 278,659
accessory devices...........No. 4 12,166 25,121 Electric interior lighting
704798 Electric industrial trucks fixtures and parts:
and tractors, n.e.s .........No. 363 366,466 1,536,539 709601 Fluorescent............................. 119,694 186,94
704800 Starting and controlling 709698 All types, except fluorescent. .......... 113,.6991 18,69
equipment, for industrial 709700 Electric exterior lighting
motors and parts............... .......... 240,271 394,243 fixtures and parts............. .......... 50,739 868,254
704900 Starting and controlling 709600 Other wiring supplies and line
equipment for electric rail- material ........................ .......... 12,82 56,
way and vehicle motors, and 709910 Electric razors..............No. 1 17 2
parts.......................... .......... 18,597 23,286 709996 Electric hair-waving machines
705500 Accessories and parts for notars. ........... 545,567 298,135 (all kinds)................. o 8 1,4961 1,222
Portable electric tools: 709998 Electric apparatus and parts,
705605 Power-driven, metal-working..No. 3,396 151,650 117,721 n.e.s ................................... 1,135,975 1,519,6w8
705698 Other........................No. 2,155 105,878 61,317
705700 Electric household refriger- ENGINES, TURBINES AND PARTS,N &S.
ators .........................No. 311 18,230 60,646
705800 Electric commercial refriger- Power-generating machinery, except
ators, up to 1 ton............No. 423 75,904 198,476 electric and automotive:
705900 Parts for electric refrigerators............ 160,463 245,720 Steam engines, boilers, and .
706000 Flashlight cases ...............No. 105,443 53,981 48,158 accessories:
706100 Electric fans..................No. 846 I,057 12,699 711100 Stationary, except
Electric incandescent lamps: turbines.................. No. 6 25,587 195,719
706305 1Small filament'lamps (bulbs), 711300 Mechanical-drive turbines..Ho. 22 161,621 165, 900
miniature and candelabra 711400 Locomotives............... No. 90 7,769,174 23,976,906
base........................No. 2,830,860 144,747 118,538 711500 Locomotive parts and
706455 Large filament lamps (bulbs), accessories.................. .......... 89,569 7,675,772
medium screw, mogul bi- 712000 Frames, cradles, bolsters or
post bayonet, and other beds of iron or steel for
large base lamps)...........No. 3,251,031 583,346 418,622 locomotives and other
706501 Fluorescent tube lamps.......No. 149,230 75,489 119,388 railway rolling stock.................. .8,579, 46015
706555 Vapor and non-filament lamps, 712900 Other steam engines, and parts .......... 10,922 489,69
n.e.s .......................No. 278,885 29,404 20,160 713200 Steam boilers, fire
706600 Searchlights and airport tube...................Sq.ft. 101,065 206,849 818,18
beacons.......................No. 185 17,791 59,880 713500 Stem boilers, water
706700 Floodlights....................No. 1,057 28,980 35,434 tube...................Sq.ft. 6,650 2.2, 40 10,060
706810 Electric household washing 713500 Condensers, heaters,
machines......................No. 57 4,329 10,695 accessories and parts.................. 169,084 441,600
706830 Electric household washing 713900 Steam specialties, and parts.. .......... 249,416 481 984
machine parts.............................. 10,842 28,984 Internal-combustion engines:
706910 Electric domestic vacuum Locomotives:
cleaners......................No. 204 6,775 6,155 714000 Gasoline, carburetor
706930 Electric domestic vacuum type.................... No. 6,481 43,00
cleaner parts............................... 10,227 12,109 714100 Diesel and Diesel707000 Other domestic motor-driven electric, injection
devices, n.e.s., except type....................No. 19 426,508 1,2 1,565
tools.........................No. 851 2,921 3,719 Other707100 Electric flatirons.............No. 1,406 6,852 8,112 Gasoline, kerosene, etc.
707200 Electric cooking ranges, carburetor type:
domestic......................No. 171 1,620 4,605 714500 Not over 10 horsepower.No. 1,265 71,100 Et ,3
707305 Electric coffee percolators, 714400 Over 10 horsepower.....No. 299 255,672 696,00
toasters, and waffle irons....No. 33 130 246 Diesel and semi-Diesel,
707398 Electric domestic heating or Heaselman, etc., injection
cooking devices, utensils, type:
and parts, n.e.s ........................... 47,894 49,122 Marine707410 Electric industrial melting and 714500 Not over 200
refining furnaces and parts................ 74,365 178,573 horsepower.........No. 77 253.577 412,550
707420 Heat treating furnaces and parts............ 35,730 68,748 714600 Over 200 horsepower..No. 65 286,94 219,535
107490 Electric industrial, heating Stationary and portable:
devices, and parts, n.e.s .................. 63,837 69,737 714700 Not over 200
707510 X-ray tubes....................No. 766 86,209 14,149 horsepower..........No. 218 574.911 842,849
707550 Other X-ray apparatus and 714600 Over 200 horsepower..No. 56 463,816 1,044,563
parts........................... .......... 921,622 604,414 715900 Rngine accessories and parts.. .......... 2,55,983 2,541, 01
707590 Electric therapeutic apparatus 716300 Water wheels water turbines, and
and parts, n.e.s.......................... 193,998 314,157 parts............................ .......... 167,629 4E2,626
Signal and communication devices: 719900 Power-generating machinery, and
Radio apparatus except aircraft parts, except electric and
and military tank: automotive, n.e.a.......................... 13,456 61,565
707612 Radio transmitting tubes...No. 84,335 738,230 172,780
707618 Radio transnitting apparatus, CONSTRUCTION AND CONVEYXING
and parts, except tubes ................ 6,94,988 5,6985,995. MACHINER
707700 Radio receiving sets .......No. 1,713 307,31 207,965
707800 Radio receiving tubes......No, 760,S35 354,695 140,541 Construction equipment and parts:
Receiving-set components: 720100 Excavators (power shovels
707902 Capacitora (condensers). .No. 70)4,551 158,225 48,207 included).................No. 37 605,168 2,64,091
707904 Resistors................No, 312,149 28,546 11,534 7ZO80 Excavator parts, and accessories .......... 377,792 1,062,669
707907 Inductors..............1,n, 14,616 15,31 17,708 720500 Dredging machinery, and parts... .......... 41,233 164.198
707918 Other....................... ......... 570,661 311,947 721500 Concrete mixers.............. O. 168 180,301 584,299
7040000 Loudspeakers.............o 14,210 40,936 40,563 722000 Road rollers...............No. 33 76,384 436,201
708100 Other radio receivlng-set 722200 Self-propelled grader ....... No. 27 155,407 718,401
accecsorien.......................... 432,577 8,96 722300 Pull or push type graders....No. 16 9,.17 ,715
7082 Telegraph .. ,atus and parts............. 212,279 119,519 722400 Other grader .............No. 4 2,191 39,700
Telephone apparatus: 722600 Scrapers, self-loading.......No. 43 170,992 735,301
70b00 Telephne instrument ......No. ,938 392,848 190,626 72 00 Bulldosers, angle dosers,
708700 Other telephan e ipWent trail builders, brush cutters
and parts.............................. 1,480,522 910,878 and similar equipment ......No. 263 42,667 1,554,514







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UNITEDD STATE S EXPORTS O D00 S'TIC WURCHAN:DISE-JULY, 1946-Contlnued

CommodityCSipn
code No. Coemodity description awn unit Not Value code No Cawuodity odecription and unit Net Valu shipig
I t ,N" w-1ght (Sched- of quantity quantity Idoars pound) sched- of quantity ptantity (dlis))
ale B) poiuns I )

GNOUP 7.-MACHINERY AND GROUP 7.-MACHINEIY AND
VSICLLS-Continued I VEHICLE-Continued
CONSTRUCTION AND CONVEYING METALIORKIING MACHINMAU;HIERY-Continued ERY--Continued

Construction equipment and Power-driven metal working
parts--Continued machine tools (nonportable)
722600 Other road machinery and parts.. .......... 944,124 3.5,460,770 and parts--Continued
725100 Construction equipment, 744305 Gear tooth-grinding machines.No .....
and parts, n.e.s ... .. ... .... 196,115 572.437 744306 Honing and lapping machines,
Conveying equipment, and parts: except gear ................. No. ........ ......
725400 Cranes with swinging boos...No. 7 40,038 476,624 744506 Thread grinding machines ..... No. 2 29,515 25,510
725500 Other cranes ................. No. 171 3,004,743 1Z,I175,656 744508 Metal-grinding machines,
724100 Hoists and winches, n.e.s.... No. 4,7?61 320794 943,343 n.e.s ......................No. 145 158,977 280,748
724200 Derricks, except mining...... No. 16 51,750 345,5377 744039 Metal-grinding machine parts.... 20,900 28,038
724600 Elevators, and parts...................... 204,579 579,943 744315 Horizontal boring, drilling and
724900 Conveyors, bucket, chain, or milling machines...........No. 8 148,450 225,770
belt.......................No. 73 103,052 408,127 744515 Broaching machines, all
729100 Other conveying equipment, types ..................... No.......... ............
and parts..................... ......... 535,257 1,738,267 744317 Gear honing and lapping
machines, and gear finishing
MINING, MLL, AND PUMPING machines, n.e.,a .............No. 4 867 1,154
MACHINERY 744319 Power-driven metal-working
machine tools, n.e.s ........No. 332 233,918 359,268
Mining and quarrying machinery: Parts, accessories, and
735000 Coal cutters.................No. 1 2,700 3,868 equipment for power-driven
751100 Rock drills..................No. 808 515,668 445,688 machine tools, n.e.s.:
751500 Mine hoists and derricks.....No. 60 54,906 270,249 744371 Chucks for machine tools...No. 26,234 8,898 59,847
732106 Grinding mills, classifiers, 744381 Metal-cutting tools, for
and equipment............................ 154,936 789,699 machine operation, not
732198 Ore and rock crueshing and I incorporating industrial
sorting machinery and parts.... .......... 322,905 1,522,571 diamonds..................No. 737,769 513,899 142,154
73100 Concentrating and smelting 744383 Fixtures and devices for metal
machinery and parts...................... 95,320 333,451 cutting tools suitable for
755900 Other mining and quarrying use in power-driven tools .............. 92,398 62,958
machinery and parts...................... 577,052 1,1355,396 744398 Other....................... 349,857 332,582
Well and refining machinery: Power-driven metal-working
734200 Petroleum and gas well-drilling machinery, and parts:
apparatus and parts..................... 2,308,486 4,6886,447 Sheet and plate metal-working
754900 Other petroleum well and machines and parts:
refining machinery and parts..... ....... 952,504 5,865,805 744405 Stamping, forming, punching,
75000 Other well-drilling apparatus shearing, trimming, corrugatand parts.............................. 28,696 120,159 ing, seaming, bending, etc.,
Pumping equipment: machines and parts..................... .555,322 1,466,038
756600 Centrifugal pumps............No. 1,605 856,983 2,232,185 744498 Other................................... 59,707 60,370
755600 Rotary pumps................. No. 339 25,473 47,568 Other power-driven metal756700 Deep well turbine pumps......No. 148 87,164 442,224 working machinery and parts:
756800 Reciprocating steam pumps ....No. 78 155,879 456,995 744700 Forging machinery and parts............. 390,722 1,575,575
756100 Other reciprocating power 744800 Rolling-mill machinery, and
pumps....................No 665 102,588 339,946 parts........................ .......... 1,171,123 5,891,958
?56600 Hand and windmill pumps......No. 970 11,666 47,499 745000 Molding machines ...........No. 13 14,652 16,850
736800 Self-contained household 745100 Blast cleaning and tumbling
water systems...............No. 558 23,030 72,014 machines..................No. 1 5,083 10,677
756900 Pumps and parts, n.e.s.......... .......... 875,090 2,048,093 745298 Foundry equipment and parts
n.e.s...................... ...... 83,661 250,498
UTALMORKING MACHINERY 745501 Balancing machines, for
balancing metal parts
Power-driven metal working machine statically or dynamically
tools (nonportable) and parts: Ior both..................No. 6 5,912 5,619
740005 Engine lathes (tool room 745505 Diamond dies for power-driven
lathes included)............No. 149 273,438 506,776 metal-working machinery...No. 158 3,552 22
740009 Bench type and light duty 745505 Die casting equipment................... 9,941 15,257
(less than one horsepower) 745509 Wire drawing machinery
lathes...................... No. 200 89,214 140,596 and parts.................... .......... 24,536 38,567
Turret lathes: 745598 Other power-driven metal740205 Vertical turret lathes.....No. 8 54,627 81,687 working machinery and parts............ 142,617 89,345
740209 Ram and saddle type turret Other metal-working machinery:
lathes...................No. 5 19,861 19,620 745700 Pneumatic portable tools.....No 1,495 2,415 47,346
740505 Automatic chucking and between 745805 Welding torch sets and parts.............. .167,399 151,005
center lathes...............No. 9 86,122 156,285 745898 Other portable and hand or foot
740507 Polishing, buffing, and operated metal-working machines
burnishing lathes (speed and parts...................... .......... 177,539 205,088
lathes), centering, spinning 748512 Metal alloy slugs containing
and cutting-off lathes......No. 36 23,431 39,501 diamonds.................... No. 11 308 5
740509 Artillery, ammunition and boring
lathes, and other lathes, TEXTILE, SEWING AND
n.e.s.......................No. 23 101,116 135,594 SHOE MACHINERY
740407 Vertical boring and turning
mills.......................No. 11 125,861 263,000 Textile machinery:
740409 Precision boring machines, jig 750000 Full-fashioned hosiery
boring and grinding and boring knitting machines, powermachines, n.e.s ............No. 19 116,193 148,845 driven...................... No.4 5,824 37,110
740605 Tapping and threading 750100 Circular hosiery knitting
machines....................No. 83 67,281 105,O011 machines, power-driven......No. 27 35,461 79,709
740609 Automatic screw machines, 750200 Other circular knitting
single and multi-spindle (bar) machines...................No. 7 8,630 8,638
types.......................No. 6 23,786 25,525 750400 Other knitting machines and
740700 Knee and column type milling parts.......................... .......... 66,017 67,583
machines................... No. 19 79,879 97,404 750500 Winders and parts......................... 101,255 259,788
740 00 Other milling machines.......No. 47 190,365 230,393 Carding and other preparing,
741100 Gear cutting machines........No. 14 133,920 171,576 spinning and twisting
742000 Drilling machines, sensitive, machinery and parts:
upright and gang except bench 750600 Cotton................................. 449,866 2,105,079
type........................No. 198 33,325 94,901 750700 Wool.................................... 91,146 551,686
742100 Radial drilling machines.....No. 16 49,754 95,678 750800 Other, including silk742300 Other drilling machines......No. 127 14,078 39,117 throwing machinery and
742600 Planers......................No. 9 123,425 525,570 parts...................... ....... 34,640 140,756
742700 Shapers, except gear shapers.No. 533 50,149 115,749 Looms and parts:
745500 Surface grinding machines ....N. 15 37,172 45,812 751500 Cotton looms..............No. 72 15,602 195,508
744000 External cylindrical grinding 751600 Other loms ................No. 163 57,870 447,561
machines, except universal..No. 1 7,986 13,500 751700 Parts of looms......................... 182,595 760,686
744100 Internal grinding machines..No. 11 90,354 94,610 754000 Braiding and insulating
744205 Tool and cutter grinding machines and parts............ ........ 15,026 41,298
machines, including universal 754200 Beaning, warping, and slashing
tool and cutter grinders .... No. 122 50,614 53,450 machinery and parts.............. ....... 28,095 56,411
744207 External cylindrical universal 754400 Dyeing and finishing machines
grinding machines...........No. 3 20,350 50,440 and parts............................. 5.10 380,914






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UNITED STATES EXPO:1TS OF DOESTIC MERC4ANDISE-JULY, 1945--Continued

Commodity Cocity
code No. Commodity description and unit Net Value n cooe No. Comodity description and unit het .Gue
(Sched- of quantity quantity (dollars) (Shed- of quantity quantity (olars)
O l e B ) ( pl e o)n d.)....

GROUP 7.--MACINERY AND GROUP 7.--MACHtIN RT AND
VaICLES-Continued VEHICZS-Continued
TEXTILE, SEWING, AND SOE OTE INDUST IAL
MACIiINERY--Continued MAClilNY--Continued

Textile machinery--Continued Other industrial machinery and
754900 Other textile machinery and parts, n.e.s.:
parts ..................... .. .......... 486,346 1,424,764 775006 Plastic molding machines and
Sewing machines and parts: presses........................ .......... .31,368 64,785
755105 Domestic sewing machines ..... No. 2,349 66,037 412,433 775012 Measuring machines for use
755107 Parts for domestic sewing in measuring or inspecting
machines...................... .........., 58,867 8,669 precision parts for use in
755205 Factory or industrial sewing the metal-working industrieshNo. 3,889 28,640 14,527
machines....................No. 2,501 222,420 397,556 Furnaces, industrial other
755207 Parts for factory or industrial than electric:
sewing machines.......................... 200,814 129,691 775022 Metal working........................... 84,996 2844.28
757500 Shoe machinery and parts, except 775025 Except metal working.................... 21,4951 10,97
sewing machines............................ 147,092 228,928 775098 Industrial machinery and
parts, n.e.s ............................. 2,506,221 8,41638592
OTHER INDUSTRIAL MACHINERY
OFFICE APPLIANCES
759000 Cigarette and cigar making and
other tobacco machinery and Accounting, bookkeeping, and
parts ...................................... 44,844 80,438 calculating machines:
759200 Cream separators valued $50 or 775200 Non-descriptive or non-textover..........................No. 114 8,976 19,682 writing bookkeeping and ac759300 Other dairy equipment and counting machines, new......No. 43 35,88B 11,746
parts for commercial use.................... 62,503 86,692 775300 Descriptive or text-writing
760000 Bakery machinery and parts.................. 79,886 177,927 bookkeeping and accounting
760500 Flour-mill and gristmill machines, new............... No. 231 202,282 60,121
machinery and parts........................ 78,823 285,121 775600 Listing adding machines, new.No. 1,725 206,9251 90.601
760900 Rice-mill machinery and parts..... ........... 23,828 79,567 775700 Calculating machines,
Sugar-mill machinery: non-listing, new............No. 889 198,594 38,050
761200 Cane mills...................No. 79 5,455 59,072 775900 Card-punching, sorting, and
761900 Other sugar-mill machinery tabulating machines, new... No. 139 148,677 9,
and parts............................. ... 334,558 2,255,289 776000 Other, including used and
762500 Paper and pulp mill machinery rebuilt..................... No. 323 17.906 9,290
and parts....................... .......... 268,194 1,779,274 776100 Parts for accounting, book762800 Paper-converting machinery and keeping and calculating
parts ............................ .......... 142.725 286,841 machines ................................. 217,597 88,409
Woodworking machinery: 776207 Addressing machines............ No. 165 45,Z67 58,075
765100 Sawmill machinery and parts..... .......... 125,892 370,377 776218 Equipment, and parts, for
76600 Planers, matchers, pointers, addressing machines.............. .......... 22,368 55,513
and molders.................No. 188 57,669 158,518 776507 Duplicating machines, except
765800 Veneer machinery and parts...... ........... 26,542 112,958 lithograph offset type........ No, 97 6,151 66,91.3
763900 Other woodworking machinery 7765309 Duplicating machines, lithograph
and parts................................ 196,604 423,479 offset type................... No. 15 7,84 8,456
764100 Blowers and ventilating 776318 Parts for duplicating machines.... .......... 18,551 21,777
machinery and parts........................ 262,159 561,045 Cash registers, and parts:
764200 Cannery machinery, and parts................ 83,654 124,755 776400 New..........................No. 21 8,211 5,058
764400 Bottling, bottle-mashing, and 776600 Used and rebuilt............. No. 366 46,643 58,845
bottle-l labeling machinery and 776700 Parts........................... .......... 29,95 51,486
parts ...................................... 158,019 396,667 Typewriters, and parts:
764500 Brewers' machinery, and parts............... 117,785 509,275 777000 Standard, new ............... No. 5,828 466,4 540,475
765000 Ice-making equipment and parts............... 114,817 607,204 777200 Portable, new...............No. 3 220 57
Refrigerating equipment and 777410 Rebuilt...................... No. 428 19,056 21,810
parts: 777490 Other, used..................No. 46 1.96 2,295
765200 Not over 1-ton capacity ................... 116,54 250,615 777500 Parts ..................................... 51,8625 48,748
765300 Over 1, not over 10 tons 777700 Staplers and staples (for office
capacity ................................. 71,485 156,939 use) ............................ .......... 40,15 58,948
765400 Over 10 tons capacity........... .......... 71,815 359,934 777900 Other office appliances and
765700 Self-contained air-conditioning parts, n.e.s..................... ............88,862 56,494
units and parts............................. 36,791 81,892
765800 Air-conditioning equipment and PRINTING AND BOOKBINDING MACHINER2
parts, n.e.s ................................ 258,657 605,225
766100 Vegetable oil-mill machinery 779000 Typesetting machines........... No. 9 31,832 54,904
and parts.................................. 109,117 347,056 779100 Printing presses...............No. 73 93,195 408,985
767100 Cotton gins, cotton presses 779500 Bookbinding machinery,
and parts.................................. 65,399 263,872 accessories, and parts ........... .......... 534,897 8,378
769100 Ball bearings and parts, 779500 Other printing and typesetting
except balls ............................... 572,254 592,3565 machinery, parts, and accessories .......... 278,90 58,590
769200 Roller bearings and parts,
except rollers............................. 501,772 819,740 AGRICULTURAL MW.CHINERX
769500 Balls and rollers for bearings.... .......... 30,360 46,120 AND I~lM.ENTS
Air compressors:
Stationary: 780000 Bee-.keeping equipment....................... 2,134 6,285
770400 Capacity not over 25 cubic 780100 Cream separators, under $50....No. 518 15,132 25,518
feet .....................No. $55 65,159 215,494 780200 other dairy equipment for ra
770500 Capacity over 25 cubic ft..No. 133 244,144 598,796 use. ....................................... 6.270 181.58 4
770600 Portable air compressors .....No. 233 877,2S4 1,311,421 780400 Incubators and brooers........No. 61 2,700 11,521
771000 Meat and other food grinding and 780600 Poultry equipment, n.e.s ................... 2,956 86,411
slicing power-driven Sprayers and dusters:
machines......................No. 425 40,322 70,351 780700 Hand sprayers for trees and
772000 Paint-spraying equipment and crops.......................No. 6,198 36,604 115,446
parts............................ .......... 59,20 40,233 780800 Power sprayers for trees and
Laundry machinery: crops....................... No. 412 62,09 234,751
775700 Power-driven machines for 780900 Small sprayers for garden and
commerical laundries........No. 12 3,904 10,300 household use, under $2.....No, 154,741 1 2,35 112.599
775800 Other laundry and dry- Implements of cultivation:
cleaning equipment and parts... .......... 59,758 201,791 781000 horse and power plows ........ No, 6,960 336,922 284,020
774020 Testing machines, for tension, 781400 Harrows......................No. 1,762 110,257 1.058,117
ductility, compression, hard- 781800 Cultivators, hore and
ness, torsion and flaw- power.......................No. 3,039 185.79 1,957,980
testing......................No. 502 45,379 38,727 782400 Planters, horse and power... No. 327 11,969 95,694
774098 Industrial indicating, record- 782700 Drills and seeders, horse,
ing, or controlling instruments power, and hand..............No. 329 27,131 254,290
and apparatus, n.e.a ....................... 381,401 303,265 783900 Other cultivating implements.No. 8,20 41,08 25,.398
774100 Gas meters and parts........................ 7,082 9,880 Harvesting machinery:
774200 Water meters and parts...................... 65,730 87,989 784100 Mowers. except lain mowers...No. 1,757 146, 906 L,S35,867
774430 Pipe valves with bodies of 764200 Lawn mowers, hand and power. .No. 7 2,776 14,88
iron and steel................No. 28,026 621,433 1,591,794 784400 Hayrkes and tedders.........No, 278 13,732 142,629
774470 Pipe valves with bodies of 784700 Grain harvesters ana bindersNo 49 29,055 1m6,811
brass, bronze, or other non- 764900 Cabims or reaper threshers.No 96 913,297 4,640,052
ferrous metals. ................No. 85,6829 216,706 255,336 785900 Other harvesting lmplesents..No. 90 124,502 746 ,









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UNIT"8D :A'rA F XP .T'S 0 '. b11.Sr':C 1.CL A' rISE-: JLY, 194--C:ontInuod

Ioo tty C h1p 0 ihapp .t
mode y Cr ty description -A it Net Vale S i code N. Com ity ,eriptfon l nd unit Net Value
(5h of qasntity 5satret
t.Sched- oU ktity entity Lrs) pounds ty (os)p s)
#1* B) Mle 8)
.. .. . . ...............................................

OOUP ".- MAthIcY .ht tiUP 7.- ACHINI*Y AND
V"SICi S-Continued V ICLS--Cnt iLu ,d
Al CULTU. 1I MAChl1I .I -ND AUTOMOBIS, PARTS, CCES9RIES,
IMPLbkNTs-ontlued AND SVIC. ,UiPMENT--Continued

Seed separators: Autoobiles, irts, And
7610i Threshers ..... ...... .... No 94 75,4 427,70U accessorie,-Continued
784240 Corn shellers........... N....N 15 3,1o ,756 MUtr trucks, buses, and
786900 Other serators ............ No 1 7.19 3,8 chassi (new)--Continued
787Q 0 Fed cutters, grinders, and Over 2-1/Z tons-Continued
crushrs.................... No. 604 74,364 416,155 gasoline (carburetor
Tracklayin* tractors, type)o-Continued
carburetor type knew): 790463 Over 4, not over
7873 0 Unoer 35 drawbar horse- 5 tons...............No. 339 1,319,648 4,565,919
power ..................... No 42 51,94 4,271 790465 Over 5 tons ............ No. 18 1,815,158 4,278,120
787430 35 under 50 drawbar 790468 Station, warehouse, and
horsepower............. N..No 6 11,690 56,718 factory trucks, whether
787450 50 under 65 drawbar or not containing conhorsepower.................. No. ............. veying, lifting,
787530 65 under 60 drawbar stacking, or similar
horsepower................No 1 1,400 14,000 accessory devices.....No. 102 469,232 1,228,980
787550 80 and over drawbar 790500 Bus chasis................No ................... .............
horsepower................. No 4 37,400 54,000 790600 Motor tracks, busses, and
Tracklaying tractors, chassis (secondhand)........No. 323 499,406 1,948,560
injection type (new)- Passenger cars and chassis
787600 Under 35 drawbar horse- (new)power.....................No. 65 127,123 570,56 790700 Not over $850 (list price).No ..................... .............
787950 35 under 50 drawbar 790800 ver $850, not over $1,200
horsepower..................No. 167 529,174 2,273,962 (list price)..............No. 1 952 2,515
787750 50 under 65 drawbar 790900 Over $1,200, not over $12,000
horsepower..................No. 249 1,144,931 4,751,020 (list price)..............No. 7 12,531 52,510
787850 65 under 90 drawbar 791000 Over $2,000 (list price)...No. 8 22.220 35,676
horsepower..................No. 49 170,149 586,602 791100 Passenger cars and chassis
787850 80 and over drawbar horse- (secondhand)................No. 115 136,214 408,153
power.......................No. 341 3,175,363 11,186,980 Parts, except battery boxes,
Wheel tractors (new): tires, inner tubes, fan belts
787900 Garden.......................No. 631 58,029 2,718,733 and engines:
788000 1 plow.......................No. 332 176,582 805,778 791200 Automobile parts for assembly........... 6,381,726 34,369,387
788400 2 plow....................... No. 1,048 755,924 3,556,496 Automobile parts for replace788500 5 plow.......................No. 3,126 3,157,307 15,913,823 ment on vehicles:
788600 4 plow and over..............No. 513 586,045 3,167,929 792100 Spark plugs..............No. 612,970 156,705 112,762
788700 Engines for tractors...........No. 31 41,080 153,929 792505 Automobile parts for
788800 Used tractors, all types.......No. 167 501,447 2,379,618 replacement, n.e.s..................... 18,615,708 26,665,594
788901 Parts and accessories for Automobile accessories:
track-laying tractors...................... 2,765,511 8,571,228 792600 Automobile horns, hand and
788905 Parts and accessories for electric..................No. 22,373 46,078 114,573
wheel tractors............................. 824,505 1,990,270 792700 Other automobile accessories,
789100 Windmills.....................No. 519 34,570 288,043 n.e.s....................... ........... .661,949 1,375,264
789300 Towere for windmills...........No. 248 10,723 129,729 Automobile engines:
789600 Hay presses, hand and power... No. 166 191,660 1,192,747 For assembly on new vehicles
789905 Parts for agricultural with American trade name:
machinery, except tractors....... .......... 945,454 4,436,639 Motor truck and bus
789998 Other agricultural machinery, engines:
and implements, n.e.s ...................... 156,648 1,012,457 792830 Diesel and semi-Diesel,
injection type........No. 27 40,972 65,850
AUTOMOBIISLES, PARTS, ACCESSORIES, 792850 Gasoline, carburetor
AsD SERVICE EQUIPMENT type..................No. 266 29,267 150,745
792900 Passenger car engines....No. 5 661 2,250
Automobiles, parts, and For replacement on vehicles
accessories: with either American or
Motor trucks, busses, and foreign trade name or
chassis (new): assembly on new vehicles
Under 1 ton: with foreign trade name790101 1/4 ton and under........No, 61 74,567 209,434 793130 Diesel and semi-Diesel
790102 Over 1/4 ton, not injection type..........No. 9 16,362 22,564
over 1/2............... 92 73,44 285,300 793150 Gasoline, carburetor
790103 Over 1/2 ton and under type...................No, 945 217,475 685,701
1 ton...................No. 42 48,508 204,171 793160 Automobile tire-service
790105 Station, warehouse, and equipment and parts........................ 64,956 1253,138
factory trucks, powered 795170 Pumps for gasoline and oil.....No. 384 17,385 44,471
by .asoline motor, whether 793180 Other automoile service
or not containing con- appliances and parts....................... 353,576 616,971
veying, liftinS, stacking, 793190 Trailers, n.e.s., except
or similar accessory military......................No. 198 142,966 616,066
devices.... ............No. 3 4,361 13,120
1, and not over 1-1/2 tons: AIRCRAFT, PARTS AND ACCESSORIES
790201 1 ton..................No. 1 790 2,956
790202 Over 1, not over 1-1/Z Aircraft:
tons....................No. 9,488 14,106,689 59,498,461 (Model number, names of manu790205 Station, warehouse, and facturer, and manufacturer's
factory trucks, powered designation of planes indiby gasoline motor, cated by shipper.)
whether or not containing (Armament when shipped with
conveying, lifting, aircraft included, but armament
stacking, or similar as replacements or supplies
accessory devices.......No. 1 39,796 96,591 is indexed in respective
Over 1-1/2, not over 2-1/2 classifications):
tons: Combat (complete aircraft,
790301 Over 1-1/2, not over 2-1/2 either assembled or
tons, n.e.s............ho 6,844 16,218,758 64,737,002 knockdown):
790305 Station, warehouse, and Bombers:
factory trucks, pwered 793200 Heavy bombers, 4-engine..No. 88 19,209,163 2,956,800
by gasoline motor, whether 795220 U. S. Patrol bombers,
or not containing conveying, 4-engine................No ..............................
lifting, stacking, or simi- 795250 Medium bombers, 2-engine.No. 9 1,352,306 256,500
lar accessory devices...No. 20 54,593 149,532 793260 Light bombers, 2-engine..No. 52 5,3653,995 748,800
Over 2-1/2 tons- 793290 U. S. Patrol bombers,
Diesel and semi-Diesel 2-engine................No. 9 1,580,431 329,943
(injection type)- 793300 Light bombers, 1-engine..No. 28 2,195,441 429,500
790431 Over 2-1/2, not over 4 Fighters:
tons..................No. 6 11,017 36,935 793350 Fighters (pursuit and
790435 Over 4, not over interceptor, 1-engine...No 297 17,381,028 2,235,549
S tons................ lo ................................. 793380 Naval fighters, 1-engine.No 85 5,623,716 1,063,978
790435 Over 5 tons............. 115 1,319,678 2,115,580 793390 Naval reconnaissance,
Gasoline (carburetor type)- 1-engine...............No................................
790461 Over 2-1/Z, not over 4 793700 Fighters (pursuit and
tons...... ...........No. 1,139 3,530,909 13,092,666 interceptor) 2-engine...No. 1 104,659 12,000






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

Coamodity shipping Comodity
code No. Coamodity description and unit Net Value n code No. Comodty description and unit Wet Value
(Sched- of quantity quantity (dollars) ) (sched- of quantity quantity (dollars)
ule B)on) le B) (oa

GROOP ?.--MACHINERY AND GROLP 7.-MACHINERY AND
VEHICILES-Continued VHICIES3-Continued
AIRCRAFT, PARTS AND AIRCRAFT, PARTS AND
ACCESSCRIES-Continued ACCESSRIES-u-Continued

Aircraft-Continued Airc raft-Continued
Service combat (complete parts for aircraft-Continued
aircraft, either assembled Aircraft parts and accessories
or knockdown): n.e. s.-Continued
Transports: 79496 Bomb sights for aircraft.No. 326 1,444,445 64,789
795720 Heavy transport, 79499 Other (incmplete aircraft
4-engine................No. 3 1,051,364 127,660 shipments for assembly
793740 Heavy transport, abroad included, when
2-engine................No. 10 2,657,6503 257,420 such shipments cover
793750 Medium transport, parts not specifically
2-engine................No. 156 14,270,187 2,604,88 indexed in respective
795780 Light transports, aircraft classifications).. .......... 6,590,487 3,400,571
2-engine................ No. 15 1,010,750 240,280 OH VEICIES A PARTS
Comunication: O
793800 Communication, 2-engine.. O. .......... ..................... Cycles:
793820 Communication, 1-engine..No. 18 711,900 160,360 795000 Bicycles..................... No. 666 18.418 40,427
Trainers (complete aircraft 795200 Motorcycles.................. No. 55 19,079 52,459
either assembled or knockdown): 795300 Bicycle parts and accessories,
793900 Advanced trainers, (except tires and tubes)....... .......... 49,092 87,94
2-engine.................. No. ................................ 795400 Motorcycle parts and
793930 Advanced trainers, accessories, except tires and
1-engine..................No. 22 741,404 205,598 tubes.................................... 56,629 016
793950 Basic trainers.............No .................................. 795500 Merchant vessels...............No. 23 1,245,615 27,807389
7953970 Primary trainers........... No........... .......... .............. Other atercraft:
794250 Civil airplanes.............. No. 58 1,287,075 462,227 Naval craft and parts:
794501 Barrage balloons............. No. 10 750 7,000 795661 Suearines.............. .No..................
794305 Gliders and lighter-than-air- 795663 Salvage vessels...........No. .......... ... .............
craft, except barrage 795665 Convoy escort vessels......No. .................... .............
balloons.................... No. 30 660,000 695,510 795668 Mine sweepers..............No. ...............
794400 Landplanes minus engines.....No. .......... .......... ............. 795669 Auxiliary ships...........No........... ..........
Parts for aircraft: 795671 Antisubmarine motorboats.a...No....................
Parachutes, and parts: 795675 Motor-torpedo boats........No. 8 2,400,000 1,021,440
794505 Parachutes...............No. 20 5,519 557 795675 Susamarine chasers .......... No. .......
Parachute parts and fittings: 795677 Standard navy launches.....No. 29 640,629 1,005,810
794509 Assembled harness, harness 793679 Landing craft............. No. 21 663,770 1,00t217
fittings (adaptor 795681 Other...................... No. 107 90,716 50, 90
fittings, 0 rUigs, snap 795689 Parts, and accessories, for
hooks), ano snrouds ...... .......... 12,781 3,965 nasal craft, except engines.. .......... 1,041,528 1,214,965
794598 Other parachute parts and Watercraft, except naval:
fittings ........................... 5,150 599 795691 Not over 16 gross tons.....o. 7 12,000 36,500
Badial engines: 795695 Over 16 gross tons.........NO. .......... ...................
794601 1340-inch piston displace- Internal-cmbustion marine engLneA
ment and under ......... No. 34 69,172 52,053 carburetor type:
794603 Over 1340-inch through 795700 Detachable motors (outboard).No. 248 40,230 54,742
1830-inch piston 793900 Other........................No 440 605,387 752,766
displacement............No. 169 1,502,769 382,116 Railway cars:
794605 Over 1830-inch piston Passenger service.
displacement............No. 141 2,653,756 420,812 796000 Electric railway or tram.. No.. ......... ......................
Other engines: 796100 Steam railway .............. No ........... ........... ............
794607 1340-inch piston Railway motor cars:
displacement and under..No. 26 46,167 15,004 796200 For track inspection and
794609 Over 1340-inch through maintenance work..........No. 199 862,120 219,259
1830-inch piston 796400 Passenger cars............. o .................... .............
displacement............No. 448 7,287,959 1,173,998 796600 Freight cars over 10 tons
794611 Over 1830-inch piston capacity....................No. 853 1,905,958 25,481,968
displacement............ No. 25 458,287 60,450 796750 Mine, industrial, and other
Aircraft engine parts and freight cars, not over 10
accessories: tons capacity...............No. 402 97,946 833,353
794705 Carburetors, cowls, crank 796800 Air-brake equipment and parts... .......... 94,362 204,62
cases, cylinders, 796900 Parts, except axles and wheels.. .......... 461,147 5,67,165
generators, magnetos, spark 797000 Railway signals, attachments and
plugs, starters, super- parts............................ .......... 65,50 61,582
chargers, and valves for 797200 Railway car-heating equipment
use in aircraft engines.... .......... 825,492 234,869 and parts .................................. 5,649 4,806
794798 Other engine parts and 797500 Wagone and drays............... No. 544 67,707 SS3,082
accessories.......................... 6,352,418 1,584,267 799100 Wbheslbarrows...................No. 5,520 29,904 352,951
Aircraft instruments, and 799200 Pushcarts and hand trucks...... No 611 16,562 72,000
parts: 799500 Wheels, ne.s .................. No. 10,544 19,462 158,969
794801 Automatic pilot controls .... .......... 6,716 5323 Ordnance combat vehicles,
794860 Automatic pilot for and parts:
aircraft................No. 12 5,748 574 799601 Carriers, universal.......... No. 1,242 1, 99,2W 86,571,300
794605 Aircraft gyro 799605 Engines for carriers ........o. .............................
instruments .............No. 117 40,624 1,823 799605 Engine parts for carriers................. ......... .............
794806 Aircraft navigational 799607 Transmistsion, and parts, for
instruments.............No. 230 23,470 2,405 carriers................................. .......... ..........
794807 Aircraft radio transmitting 799609 Parts, and accessories, for
andx receiving sets......No. 449 449,664 75,348 carriers, n.e.s .......................... 89,04 156,69Z
794608 parts of aircraft radio 799611 Scout cars (except armored)..No. 1,581 1,966, 9 5,429,302
transmitting and receiving Armored cars.
sets................................. 7,744,846 1,527,826 799613 Light......................No ........... ......................
794809 Directors and range finders ................................. 799614 Medium ..................... No ........... .......................
794811 Self-synchronous trans- 799615 Heavy...................... o .......... ......................
mitters and indicators, 'Personnel carriers:
such as selayns and 799623 6 man U- ................ o ........... .......................
synchro units and switch- 799624 15 an M- ...............No .......... ............. .......
boards, for aircraft................. 35,059 3,244 799625 Other...................... o ........... ........... ............
794815 Sound locators for aircraft. .................................. 799628 Ordnance combat vehicles,
7194894 Tachometers for aircraft.No. 27 1,194 146 n.e.e ...................... o. 435 3583,447 6,763, 21
794896 Aircraft instrumnts and 709629 Parts and accessories for
parts, n.e.s ......................... 441,299 78,2 70 ordnance combat vehicles....No. .......... 2,495,215 2.584,642
794912 Propellers............... No. 635 1,276,859 493,510 Ordnance service arnd repair
794915 Propeller parts and trucks and parts:
accessories......................... 871,599 167,550 799651 Artillery repair trucks. .. .................... ...........
Aircraft parts and accessories; 799652 Instrument repair trunks.. .No.............. ... .............
n.e.s.: 799653 Machine shop trucks ........ NO. .......... .....................
794992 Life jackets and life rafts 799654 Small arms repair trucks...No .......... .......... ...........
for aircraft...........No. 15 2,655 1,775 799655 Tank maintenance trucks .. .. .......... .......... .... ..
794995 Boam-rack controls, control 799656 Tool ama bench truck ...... ....... ......................
columns, de-icers, frame as- 79967 elding truckS........... ................... ................
semblies, fuel tanks, oaf- 799508 Wrecking trucks............o. 20 274,615 551,045
gen regulators, and tanks, 799659 Service and repair trucks,
rudder pedals, struts and n.e.s ....................No. 41 274,80C6 61,940
braces, and wing tips for 799661 Parts and accessories for
use in aircraft...................... 1,656,426 1,280,745 service and repair trucks.... .......... 76,411 2,0D4,6 89




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UNITED STATS :XPoRiTS OF D Ml-STIC ErNCiADISE-JULY, 1946-Continued
ChCmaodt ity S ping

d No. Commodity deecription and uni t Vale C Cm derpti d t Net Value
( of quantity quantity (dollars) (po a (sobd- of quantity quantity (dollar.)
U lfe 0) lt U0b

GROUP 7.--AIACHINR AND GROUP .--CmICALS AND
VEICLES-Continued RELATED PRODUCTS--Contlnu*
OTHER VEHICLES AND COAL-TAR PRODUCTS-Contlnued
PARTS-Continued
Coal-tar acids, crude and
Ordnance combat vehicles, intermediate:
and p -Continued 802300 Phenol or carbolic acid...... Lb. 378,11i 53,856 397,707
Military trailers and parts: 002405 Picrlc acid ................. Lb. 9 s88 147
799701 1/2 ton and under 802409 Cresylic acid and cresols. ...Lb. 386,490 40,987 422,216
Swheel............ .......No. 101 10,988 81,200 802420 Benzolc acid, technical and
799705 Over 1/2, not over 1 ton- medicinal grades............ Lb. 7,165 3,968 8,944
2 ,heel cargo ............. No. 46 151,248 782,414 8080 Salicylic acid technical and
79970 Over 1/i not over 1 ton- medicinal grades. .......... Lb. 70,675 18,312 84,168
2 wheel, 250 gallon tank..No.................... 80248 Other coal-tar acids.........Lb 25,817 8,448 28,549
799707 Over 1 ton, not over 1-1/2 Coal-tar intermediates, except
tons (van included).......No. .......... .......... ............. coal-tar acid:
7 99709 2 wheel 2 horse vane.....No. .......... ....................... 802515 Aniline oil..................Lb 918 115 1,121
799711 4 wheel....................No. ................................. 802519 Aniline salts............. .Lb 934 229 1,143
799715 4 ton 4 wheel van K-38No. ..................... ........ .... 802530 Beta naphthol and beta naphthol
799717 6-ton pole type............No. .......... No........... ............... flakes...................... Lb. 19,004 4,859 22,787
799719 12 ton...................No..................... ............. 802550 Dimethylaniline..............Lb. 39,625 3,335 47,60
799i 0--ton tank transport....No .......... ..................... 80 70 Diphenylamine ................ Lb. .
79723 20-ton low bed house.......No. ................................ 802580 Pentachlorophenol............Lb. 200 51 214
79925 5600 gallon gasoline 802587 Sodium pentachlorophanate....Lb. 9,070 1,298 12,647
4 wheel ..................No .................................. 802590 Phthalic anhydride...........Lb. 50,504 6,773 56,354
799727 40 ton tank transport......No. 17 98,175 310,290 802591 Tricresyl phosphate..........Lb. 1,000 275 1,100
799729 Military trailers, n.e.s...No. 185 441,928 2,106,835 802593 Dibutyl and diethyl phthalate
799751 Parts and accessories for and dipropylphtholate,
military trailers...................... 254,884 276,979 (normal and iso)............Lb. 148 55 172
799741 2-1/2 ton surgical.........No. ................................. 802594 Nitroderivatives of benzene,
799743 2 wheel cargo..............No. .......... ...... ............. toluene, xylene, naphthalene
799746 Van K-S ...................No. .......... .......... ............. and phenols in addition to
799747 6-ton 2 wheel, coast those specified in President's
artillery.................No. ............ .... ...... Proclamation of May 1, 1957.Lb. 148,389 24,427 171,164
799749 6-ton 2 wheel van........No. 2 5,70 24,420 802596 Styrene......................Lb 3,000 1,050 3,286
799751 6-ton van and stake........No........ ... ....................... 802598 Other coal-tar interbediates.Lb. 1,098,947 556,067 3, 59,343
799753 10-ton-2 wheel van.......No. .......... ...... ................. 802800 Rubber compounding agents of
799755 10-ton low bed and stake coal-tar origin...............Lb. 425,895 156,620 470,452
2 wheel van............... No .......... ....................... Coal-tar dyes, stains, color
799756 12 through 16-ton 4 lakes, and toners:
wheel van.................No........... ........................ 805901 Color lakes and toners.....Lb 45,051 30,481 51,397
799757 20 ton tank transport.......No .................................. 805905 Sulfur black...............Lb. 530,564 91,324 386,606
799759 Military semi-trailers, 80590 Synthetic indigo........ .Lb 18,980 15,98 2,61
n.e.s ........... ......... No 217 466,687 1,852,128 805909 Other coal-tar dyes..........Lb. 1,530,814 1,564,303 1,547,867
799761 Parts and accessories for Synthetic flavors and perfume
military semi-trailers....... .......... 1,186 1,198 materials:
799800 Mobile communications unit...No. 31 1,161,440 658,586 806130 Vanillin....................Lb 1,375 4,999 1,738
Military tanks: 806190 Other synthetic flavors and
Light tanks weighing under 20 perfume materials...........Lb. 51,609 78,589 66,962
tos each: 806910 Methyl salicylate, technical
799921 Model ................N o. .................... ............... and medicinal grades........Lb. 15,700 6,179 21,141
799925 Model M-SAl .............. No .................... ............. 80920 Sodium benzoate, technical
99925 Mdl M-5................No. .................................and medicinal grades........Lb. 62,530 28,919 76,228
79997 Model T-7, except 806930 Photographic chemicals of coalaero-tanks.............No. .................................. tar origin..................Lb. 25,017 26,282 35,436
799929 Light tanks, n.e.. No...... .............. .............. 0998 Other finishe coal-tar
Medium tanks weighing 20 to products ......................Lb. 121,545 82,306 585,666
40 tons each:
799951 Model M- .............No.............................. .... .MEDICINAL AND PHARMACEUTICAL
799952 Model M-Al ..............No. .................................PREPARATIONS
79995 Model M-5A2 ..............No. .................... .......
799934 Model M-SAS .............No............. .............811100 Castor-oil...................Gal 5,033 12,044 70,474
799955 Model M-354..............No.................... ............. 811300 White mineral oil.............Gal. 382,636 148,746 3,022,858
799956 Model M-3A5..............No. .......... .......... ............. 811905 Fish oils and fish liver oils
7999%1 Model M-4................No. .................... ............. and concentrates thereof,
79994 Model M-4A..............No. .......... .......................medicinal grades.............. Lb. 158,564 125,263 285,018
79994 Model M-4A2 ............. No. ....................... .......... 811998 Vitamines and vitasterols,
799944 Model M-4A53 ..............No.. .......... .......... .. ........... n.e.a.........................Lb. 481,858 1,910,3653 825,959
799945 Model M-4A4 .............. No. .......... .. .............. ......iological
799946 Model M-4AS .............. No. ................... ............... 812000 For animal and veterinary use.... .......... 54,800 29,815
7990949 Medium tanks, n.e.s ......No. .................... ................ 812100 Serums and antitoxins for
799955 Heavy tanks weighing over human use ............................... 420,577 39,218
40 tons each..............No. ................... ......... 812200 Vaccines for human use.......... .......... 127,025 36,433
799957 Other military tanks....No........... .......... ............. 812500 Glandular products, organ799961 Military tank radio transmitting otherapeutics, enzymes,
and receiving sets..........No. f................. ferments, and culture media.... .......... 628,588 216,050
79995 Parts and accessories for Druggistas' nonproprietary
military tank radio trans- preparations:
mitting and receiving sets..... .......... 51,91 11,202 Elixirs, tinctures, fluid
799971 Engines for light, medium extracts, ampoules, and
and heavy tanks ............. No. ..... ..... ............ similar liquid solutions:
799975 Engine parts for light, medium 81240 Fluid extract of belladonna
and heavy tanks................ .......... 379,0 9 229,994 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 .................... .......... 52,410 91,616 belladonna liniment, N. F............... 1,661 761
799985 Other parts and accessories for 812415 Fluid extract and tincture
light, medium and heavy tanks.. .......... 2,694,1011 3,223,965 of hyoscyamus................ .......... 36 25
799993 Boat propellers and blades 812419 Fluid extract and tincture
(brass or bronze).............Lb. 59,111 19,309 40,467 of stramonium.......................... I 5
799998 Vehicles and parts, n.e.s................... 1.. 59,911 605,068 812498 Elixirs, tinctures, fluid
extracts, ampoules, and
GROUP 8.-CHEMICALS AND similar liquid solutions,
RELATED PRODUCTS ....................... 533,718,745 401,542,986 n.e.s .................................. 211,989 274,216
812500 Menthol....................Lb. 23,972 36,662 31,935
COAL-TAR PRODUCTS :812730 Quinine sulphate........Av. oz. 155 133 15
812750 Other quinine salts and
d00500 Crude and refined coal tar ... Gal. 108,389 7,592 1,138,591 compounds, quinine sulfate
800600 Benzol or cenzene.............Gal. 145,464 24,077 1,096,395 content................Av.oz. 39,345 22,146 13,201
800700 Coal-tar pitch ..............L.ton 929 25,711? 2,117,278 Tablets, pills, capsules,
801000 Creosote or dead oil.......... Gal. 51,696 11,735 496,941 powders, ointments, and
801100 Toluene or toluol..............Lb. 3,624,219 158,378 3,725,191 similar manufactures, n.e.s.:
801200 lylene or xylol................Lb. 103,544 3,184 105,569 812792 Acetylsalicylic acid or
802006 Naphthalene....................Lb. 277 50 304 aspirin, in tablet form.... .......... 15,214 34,205
802025 Pyridine, crude or refined..... Lb. 58,155 22,428 65,583 812795 Extract of belladonna, and
802098 Crude coal-tar products, belladonna ointment and
n.e.s........ ................. Lb 16,209 8351 17,2771 plaster, U. S. P .......... Lb. 197 948 389





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

Coodity C nmmedity
code Mo. Comodity description and unit Net Value Shipping code No. Commodity description and unit Net Yalue
(Sched- of quantity quantity (dollars) (Sched- of quantity quantity dollarss)
ule 8) (pounds) ule 5)

GROUP 8.-CHEMICAIs AND GROUP 8.-CHEMICALS AND
RELATED PRODUCTS-Continued REiMATED PRODUCTS-Continued
MEDICINAL AND PHARMACEUTICAL CHEMICAL SPECIALTIES-Continued
PREPARATIONS-Continued
820050 Nicotine alkaloid ..............Lb. .......... .......... .............
Druggists' nonproprietary 820100 Copper sulphate or blue
preparationsa--Continued vitriol .......................Lb. 5,585,035 266,265 5,462,26
Tablets, pills, capsules, 820200 Lead arsenate .................. Lb. 405,815 47,90 445,195
powders, ointments, and 82000 Calcium arsenate ...............Lb. 61,828 4,786 65,296
similar manufactures, 820400 Petroleum oil sprays,
n.e.s.-Continued agricultural.................Gal. 25,376 11,s55s 215,196
812794 Extract of hyoscyamus or 820530 Pyrethrum extract..............Lb. 791 585 984
Henbane................... Lb. 50 254 93 820550 Seed disinfectants............. Lb. 37,259 14,965 46,541
812795 Extract of stramonium......Lb. 2 5 5 820560 Paradichlorobensene............ Lb. 126,490 12,782 125259
812796 Scopolamine Hyoscine .... Av.os. 30 544 38 820591 Curpic acetoarsenite
812798 Tablets, pills, capsules, (paris green).................Lb. 52,399 8,346 40,721
powders, ointments, and 820592 Pyrethrum or insect
similar manufactures, n.e.s.. .......... 380,711 307,252 flower powders................Lb. 25,385 4,421 25,80
Medicinal chemicals for 820595 Rotenone....................... Lb. 14,950 5,265 15,249
prescription use: 820596 Calcium cyanide................ Lb. 252,091 41,765 312.506
815506 Atropine sulfate..........Av.os. 656 1,699 565 820598 Other agricultural insecticides,
81511Sl Caffeine alkaloid............Lb. 2,555 8,255 4,286 fungicides, and similar prepara815512 Caffeine salts and tions and materials, dry or
compounds................... Lb. 2,710 7,945 7,874 liquid basis.................. Lb. 490,763 82,828 559,810
813515 Radium salts and compounds, 820600 Household and industrial
radium content............. Mgm. 56 1,547 77 insecticides, exterminators,
815517 Strychnine and salts ......Av.os. 2,245 1,868 800 and repellents, liquid, paste,
815518 Theobramine and theobromine powder........................Lb. 1,796,195 1,214,221 2,865,041
salts and compounds......... Lb. 14,425 536,6035 18,970 820900 Household and industrial dis813519 Theophylline and theophylline infectants, deodorants,
salts....................Av.oz. 72,012 35,340 7,809 germicides, and similar
813525 Benzocaine-benzoate, preparations.................. Lb. 508,927 40,012 365,281
ethocaine, novacain, 825000 Baking powder..................Lb. 524,220 61,853 659,621
P-aminobenzoyl-diethy- 825500 Dextrine or British gum.......Lb. 3562.529 35,201 366,752
laminoethanol, planocaine, 823400 Tobacco saucing or extract used
and all forms of procaine ...Lb. 21,715 65,554 40,065 for flavoring tobacco.......... 11,536 7,27 4,2
815550 Acetylsalicylic acid or 825801 Pigmented resin emulsions for
aspirin, in bulk............Lb. 111,408 46,567 127,259 textile use...................Lb. 5,735 790 4,454
815540 Acetophenetedine.............Lb. 46,927 47,477 73,956 823803 Detergents, penetrating, wetting
815553 Glycerophosphoric acid and and scouring agents, and
salts.......................Lb. 22,264 355,936 29,191 dyeing assistants............. In. 179,565 59,173 2CS,9 4
815537 Phenolphthalein..............Lb. 7,673 6.845 9,770 825809 Other textile specialty
815561 Sulfanilimide................Lb. 56,744 69,242 75,504 compounds.....................Lb. 578,016 117,770 65 5,257
815563 Sulfathiazole and 825901 Chromium tanning mixtures ...... Lb. 558,155 2 5,077 3A4,48
derivatives.................Lb. 57,788 205,745 1353,896 825998 Tanning specialty compounds,
815565 Sulfadiazine and derivatives.Lb. 39,084 515,869 116,887 n.e.a ......................... Lb. 989,174 86,137 1,105,910
815567 Sulfaguanidine...............Lb. 7,660 49,629 13,115 824000 Water softeners, purifiers,
815569 Other sulfonamide drugs......Lb. 26,075 185,065 56,792 boiler and feed-water
81598 Medicinal chemicals for compounds..................... Lb. 547, 935 62,574 594,005
prescription use, n.e.s........ .......... 2,555,191 1,507,112 825000 Metal-worxing compounds........Lb. 821,284 95,791 916,941
Household medicinal chemicals Synthetic gums and resins:
and pharmaceuticals in small In powder, flake, or liquid
packages: form.
814100 Solids.................................... 25,503 99,622 825100 Ester gums...............b. 3501,153 36,295 516,829
814200 Liquids................................... 14,589 90,351 825500 Alkyd resins............. Lb. 151,692 52,075 167,896
Proprietary medicinal preparation: Tar-acid resins:
814600 Mouth washes, gargles, and 825501 Phenol-formaldehyde resins
personal antiseptics..................... 75,754 211,529 in powder, flake, or
814900 Corn and foot remedies.................... 25,193 15,761 liquid form ........... Lb. 385,699 75,828 409,767
815001 Belladonna plasters, U. S. P.... .......... 2,657 1,725 825598 Other.................Lb. 15,199 28,495 .166,7w96
815098 Plasters, n.e.s ............................ 110,049 146,269 Urea:
815100 Liniments................................. 14,525 42,619 825707 Urea-formaldehyde resins
Salves and ointments in powder, flake, or
815200 For burns, cuts, skin liquid form ........... Lb. 5 45,258 6,826 580, 3W
diseases, insect bites, 825798 Other...................... Lb. 67,474 11,164 71,759
inflammations, etc...................... 56,815 56,455 Synthetic gums and resins,
815800 For coughs, colds, catarrh, in powder, flake, or liquid
and bronchial infection...... .......... .124,999 251,156 form, n.e.s., except synthetic
815400 Cold, cough, and bronchial rubbers:
preparations, except salves and 825801 Casein....................Lb. 50547 6
ointments...................... .......... 166,822 561,242 825805 Methyl mothacrylate,
815500 Asthma, catarrh, and hay-fever unfabricated.............. Lb. 7,578 5,5367 8,802
preparations, including 825805 Nylon......................Lb. 5,978 5,657 4 ,402
inhalants, except salves and 825809 Other......................l. 56,15 768,94 52,794
ointments................................ 15,178 109,855 825829 Polymers of styrene, vinyl
815700 Malaria, chill and fever acetals, vinyl acet.te, vinyl
remediess ................................. 470,078 179,569 alcohol, vinyl chloride and
816000 Tonics, blood purifiers, vinylidene chloride; and coemulsions, and appetizers................ 14,159 855,028 polymers of vinyl chloride
816100 Laxatives, purgatives, and and vinyl acetate .........Lb. 7513,723 525,8594 0,27
cathartic ..................... .......... 150,001 219,527 Sheets, plates, rods, tubes,
816200 Milk of magnesia.......................... .. 3,358 166,697 and other unfinisrhed forms816500 Digestive preparations..................... 68,125 150,810 Laminated:
816700 Headache, neuralgia, and pain 826001 Of phenol-fornalehyde
remedies ....................... .......... 206,826 106,625 resins, flbricted ......Lb. 39,569 52,14 46',540
818003 Extract and fluid extract of 896007 Of ursa-for'aloenyde
belladonna leaf and root; resins, fabricated......Lb. 2,610 1,625 ,5 8
tincture of belladonna, 826098 Of other synthetic gumSs and
U. S. P.; belladonna ointment, resins................Lb. 15,549 12,274 17,$46
U. S. P.; homatropine (bella- Not laminated:
donna root)................Lb. 359 571 153 826101 Of phenol-fomaldehyde
818015 Extract, fluid extract, and resins, fabricated......Lb. 5,971 6,534 7,614
tincture of hyoscyamus ...... ........... ........................ 826103 Of -ethyl teascrylate.
818014 Extract and fluid extract of fabricated.............Lb. 12,895 10,741 16,_19
stramonium (Jimson weed) ....Lb. .................................... 826107 Of urea-formalehye
818019 Tincture of stramonium, resins, fabricated ...... 91 10 106
stramonium ointment, and 826198 6f otner synthetic :s
scopolamine (Hyoscine) and resn.............Lb. 14,684 10,097 15,975
(stramonium)................ Lb ........... .... ................. Pynayan pructs:
818098 Proprietary medicinal 60 Pyrxvyin scrap :a filn
preparations, n.e.a ....................... 490,445 526,157 scrap.......................Lb. '3,548 3,30 26,201
028500 Pyr aylin plastic fim,
CHEMiCAL SPECIALTIES support of base.............Lb. 2 80,986 257,572 559,561
826400 PyrOXylan sheets, ros, or
820000 Nicotine sulphate (40 per cent tubes and other u.fi:.ned
basis)........................Lb. 57,669 268,177 45,8682 forms ......................L. 35,407 53,05 4080






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Cam tC dity
Cincltyr Sniet ovat t ue
code No. Commo.ty description and unit Not VaIu Code No. Commodity description and unit Net Value lt
(cad- of quantity quantity (dollars) w (Sched- of quantity quantity (dollars)
ole ~~ (pound.) oe8

GROUP b.-CHEMICAL AND GROUP 8.-CHIIICALS AND
RELA'TD PRODUCTS-Continued RElATED PRODUCTS-Continued
CHEMICAL SPFEC'ALTIZ--Continued INDUSTRIAL CHWICAS-Cont.

86S06 Ce nlose acetate molding klcohole--Continued
copoitios and molding 851400 Gyerin, 100 percent gly ol
power, plastcie ........... Lb. 267.014 10,423 275,5 basis ....................... Lb. 182,015 31,826 197,297
826596 Cellulose acetate sheets, rods, 831506 Thiod iglycol ................. .
tubes, and other unfinished 851590 Alcohola, n.e................Lb 598,957 76,012 487,679
forms, plasticised ............ Lb. 29,091 30,029 3,08 5 81600 Acetone ........................ Lb. 1,769,290 170,869 2,006,960
826700 Cellulose acetate plastics 851700 Butyl acetate.................. Lb. 139,504 27,132 175,714
film support.................. Lb. 142,873 175,742 194,297 831900 Carbon bisulphide .............. Lb. 189,307 13,64 218,309
Nitro and aceto cellulose: 852001 Formaldehyde or formalin, 40 perSolutions *collodion, etc., cent solution by volume, 57 pereept lacquers: cent solution by weight.......Lb 868,815 38,597 919,574
826801 Nitrocellulose, having 852005 Paraformaldehyde, solid........Lb. 1,720 $52 2,016
nitrogen content of more 852005 Formaldehyde, gas................................. ............
than 12 percent........... Lb. 2,298 460 3,06 852200 Amyl acetate................... Lb. 3,706 949 4,252
826805 Nitrocellulose havIng 852500 Synthetic collecting reagents
BW80S Nitrocellulose having? 1.9900 ty ,4i for concentration of ores.,
nitrogen content of 12 for concentratIon of ores,
percent and less.......... Lb. 1,995 756 3,342 metals, or mineral............ Lb. 1.670,626 269,925 1,862,442
8268 Aceto cellulose ............ Lb. ................................ 832800 Celulose acetate flake, waste,
Not in solution, wet down with and scrap, not plasticized.... Lb. 5,200 1,470 5,480
water or diluent: 852910 Carbon tetrachloride...........Lb. 547,900 18.622 64,966
826901 MNitrocellulose having 832950 Ethyl acetate................ Lb 26,656 5,817 30,136
nitrogen content of more 852950 Solium acetate................Lb 57,118 2,332 40,015
than 12 percent..Lb.(dry wt.) 56,200 11,984 82,459 852960 Methyl-ethyl ketone...........Lb 176609 15,818 188,197
826905 Nitrocellulose having 832970 Ethyl ether...................Lb. 74,934 17,971 101,925
nitrogen content of 12 Other organic chemicals not of
percent and less.Lb.(dry wt.) 70,629 19,751 131,948 coal-tar origin:
826998 Aceto cellulose...Lb.(dry wt.).................... .... ........ 852985 Butadiene...................Lb 1,427,558 394,475. 1,427,5
827500 Coswonts for sealing cans.......Lb. 511,7 85,191 544,124 852985 Vinylidine chloride. ....Lb. .. .................. ......
827400 Other cementing preparations for 832987 Chloroacetyl chloride........Lb 60 13 5
repairing, sealing and adhesive 832988 Chloroprene..................Lb. ............. .. .........
use...........................Lb 476,719 93,175 555,674 852995 Camphor, natural and
828900 Specialty cleaning and washing syntnetic................... Lb. 402,250 184,110 476,613
compounds, except soap........Lb. 978,334 82,961 1,087,415 852996 Hexamethylene tetramine......Lb. 57,418 12,976 45,260
Polishes: 832998 Other, n.e.s..................Lb. 1,476,729 512,744 1,685,000
829000 Metal and stove polishes..... Lb. 77,375 14,004 119,488 8533600 Aluminum sulphate..............Lb. 7,580,866 97,245 7,674,701
829100 Shoe polishes and shoe 8 83906 Aluminum chloride, anhydrous.. .Lb. 96,760 8,0568 103,054
cleaners....................Lb. 228,459 73,771 504,065 833998 Aluminum compounds, n.e.s .....Lb. 589,065 26,778 411,778
829200 Leather dressings, oils, pol- 854010 Calcium hypochlorlte...........Lb. 148,181 35,258 163,690
ishes, and stains...........Lb. 542,400 105,227 6359,488 854090 Other bleaching powder.... Lb 254,447 11,561 29,055
829500 Floor wax, wood and furniture 834100 Calcium carbide................Lb 2,158,545 90,404 2,3558,171
polishes....................Lb. 108,756 22,525 144,470 854300 Calcium chloride.... ...........Lb 1,280,98 17,185 1,556,124
829400 Automobile polishes..........Lb. 74,846 21,279 89,894 Bromine, bromides and bromates:
829550 Natural flavoring extracts....... .......... 228,060 278,299 854401 Bromine...................... Lb. 1,965 15.94 4,100
829590 Synthetic flavoring extracts...... ......... .92,504 145,337 854402 Potassium bromide............Lb. 15,557: 5,659 15,415
82900 Pectin........................Lb 18,0 275,25 220,40 834405 Sodium bromide.............. Lb. 34,885 10,206 47,748
829700 Animal charcoal or bone char, 854415 Ethylene dibromide...........Lb.............................
deodorizing, decolonizing, and 834498 Other........................Lb. 61,261 27,5 5 99,519
gas absorbing carbons, n.e.s..Lb. 566,103 55,875 60,464 Iodine, iodides, and lodates:
829800 Rubber compounding agents, 854610 Potassium iodides ............Lb. 25,305 54,6350 27,055
n.e.s........................Lb. 415,890 69,075 441,582 8546850 Iodine, crude and rsublimed.Lb 21,796 32,029 26,424
Anti-knock compounds not of 854698 Other........................Lb. 6,488 15,248 9,105
petroleum origin: Potassium compounds, except
829915 Ethyl fluid.................Gal. 289,922 1,095,378 4,609,259 fertilizers:
829919 Any mixture containing more 835700 Bichromate and chromate ......Lb 19,58 2,639 20,547
than Scc tetraethyl lead 855800 Hydroxide or caustic potash..Lb. 688,323 47,652 724,840
per gallon.................Gal. 500 1586 4.000 Other:
829950 Liquid gun inhibitors for 835904 Potassium carbonate and
treating petroleum distillates... ..... 10,772 18,65 mixtures .................. Lb. 752,780 49,475 806,016
829950 licorice extract and mass......... ...... 40,737 225,850 855905 Potassium bitartrate and
829970 Reagent chemicals for laboratory mixturea..................Lb. 4,830 3.19 6,48
use............................ .. 6........ 81,278 65,517 855908 Potassium chlorate and
829990 Chemical specialty compounds, mixtures.................. Lb. 581,874 52,851 405,676
n.e.s............................ .......... 56,676 35,185,969 835915 Potassium cyanide and
mixtures .................. Lb 30,864 18,598 35,425
INDUSTRIAL CHIICALS 855917 Potassium nitrate and
mixtures (black saltpeter
Acids and anhyrides: powder). (President's proc8530000 Acetic acid, 100 percent lamation of May 1, 1957 ...Lb.................................
acetic acid................. Lb. 102,981 15,587 154,012 835918 Potassium nitrate, n.e.s.,
830100 Acetic anhydride.............Lb. 76,877 7,915 86,909 and mixtures.............. Lb. 736,950 66,601 774,210
830200 Tartaric acid................ Lb. 154,904, 95,726 147,561 865925 Potassium permanganate
Other organic acids and and mixtures..............Lb. 26,252 7,998 29,222
anhydrides: 8S5939 Rochelle salts.............Lb. 35,161 1,401 3.687
85007 Citric acid................Lb. 89,486 20,499 101,017 855998 Other potassium compounds
830509 Oxalic acid................Lb. 118,906 14,418 127,464 (not fertilizers) ........Lb. 262,113 58,588 268,761
830598 Other, except coal-tar.....Lb. 462,135 93,601 581,721 856214 Kernite or rasorite............ Lb. 1,896,027 55,757 1,921,884
Inorganic: Borates, refined:
850700 Hydrochloric or muriatlc...Lb. 225,897 18,554 63,400 836221 Amonium borate..............Lb. 11,200 1,252 12,5361
850800 Boric or boracic, except in 836222 Borax glass..................Lb. 62,05 7,86 70,637
small packages...........Lb. 1,220,981 65,842 1,242,850 883227 Sodium staborate............ Lb. ,518 596 S,227
830910 Chronic ....................Lb. 18,750 3,591 20,169 8586229 Sodium tetraborate, borax,
850950o Nitric..................... 58,577 6,200 79,8568 sad'Ium borate............... Lb. 5,197,641 138,702 6,296,7
850950 Sulphuric, fuming or oleum, 836298 Borates, n.e.s.................. Lb. 5,542 501 5,670
SO Baume basi ..........Lb. 165,104 5,580 182,84 Sodium compounds, n.e.a.:
830970 Other sulphuric, 500 Baum 836400 Silicate or water glass ......Lb. 2,299,556 45,211 2,581,258
basis ...................Lb. 10,570,874 97,407 10,520,562 8536500 Carbonate, calcined or soda
Other inorganic acids and ash......................... Lb. 11,548,508 158,968 11,494,271
anhydrides: 836700 Bicarbonate or baking soda,
850990 Arsenious oxioe or white except in small packages....Lb. 3,087,251 65,031 5,149,958
arsenic.................Lb. 54,996 2,775 68,449 836800 Bichromate and chromate...... Lb 548,250 28,213 360,090
850992 Molybdic acid and molybdenum 836900 Cyanide......................Lb 16,072 1,960 17.621
trioxide............... Lb. 1,417 1,291 1,565 857500 Hydroxide or caustic soda,
850993 Posphoric acid, orth- except in small packages ....Lb. 17,151,238 416,557 19,408,401
pyro-, and meta-........Lb. 182,788 25,046 225,278 837700 Sodium phosphate (mono-,
850995 Tungstic acid............Lb. 2 5 7 di-, tri-, meta-, or pyro).Lb.i 1,258,613 86,739 1,305,776
830998 Other inorganic acids and 1 857800 Hydrosulphite................Lb. 578,116 98,09 6350,919
anhydrides..............Lb. 425,470 21,441 457,890 Other sodium compounded:
Alcohols: 857905 Sodium chlorate ........... Lb 3,660 614 4,00?
851000 Methanol....................Gal. 182,848 5,6827 1,241, 91 857909 Sodium perborate.........Ib. 6,654 1,062 7,311
851100 Ethylene glycol..............Lb. 2,617,626 275,279 2,864,519 657998 Other, except sodium borates
851200 Solidified denatured alcohol.Lb. 2,000 509 2,060 and nitrate..............Lb. 4,82,884 145,000 4,888,952
8651500 Butanol or butyl alcohol.....Lb. 152,577 36,978 175,046 838100 Tin compounds................ .. Lb. 13,820 727 14,924







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Comodity Camodity
code No. Commodity description and unit Net Value Ship code o. C odity description and unit et Vae S
(Sched- of quantity quantity (dollars) (Sched- of quantity quantity (dollars)
ule B) (pounds) ul 3) (pounds)

GROUP 8.--CHEMICALS AND GROUP 8.-CHEMICALS AND
RELATED PRCOUCTS-Continued REIATD PRODUCTS-Continued
INDUSTRIAL CHEMICALS-Continued PIGENTS, PAITS AND
VARMISHES-4ontinued
Ammonium canpounds:
838501 Aqua ammonia, amonia liquor Mineral-earth pigmentse
or amonium hydroxide ....... Lb. 200,7753 3,365 213,687 (dry)--Continued
838503 Bicarbonate and carbonate.... Lb. 90,796 7,282 102,956 840500 Other mineral-earth pipgments.Lb. 2,237,707 35,533 2,2R,400
838505 Chloride or sal ammoniac.....Lb. 151,891 9,052 155,115 Chemical pigments:
838511 Quanidine nitrate............ Lb .......... .......... ............. 841100 Zinc oxide................... Lb. 963,831 90251 98,5371
838517 Nitrate......................Lb. 1,565,735 68,839 1,635,400 841400 Lithopone.................... Lb. 1,66,679 75,591 1,695471
838525 Urea.......................Lb. 241,604 13,216 245,195 841900 LAmpblack.................... Lb. 86,80 9,430 95,472
88598 Ammonium compounds, n.e.s................. 12,209 211,224 842300 Carbon black or gas black.... Lb. 12,254,969 698,114 13,400,ZSO
Gases, compressed, liquefied, and 842400 Red lead, dry................ Lb. 319,192 52,40 332,146
solidified: 842500 Litharge..................... Lb. 415,710 3,4E7 430,705
839000 Ammonia, anhydrous........... Lb. 486,567 48,469 714,965 White lead:
839100 Other gaseous refrigerants... Lb. 538,332 101,409 775,328 842600 Dry or basic lead
839200 Chlorine..................... Lb. 837,471 17,935 1,165,574 carbonate................. Lb. 1,160,50 85,555 1,191,156
839400 Helium gas................Cu.ft. 57,891 1,420 38,561 842700 In oil..................... Lb. 37,022 4,546 39,579
Gases, n.e.s., liquefied and 842800 Titanium dioxide and
solidified: titanium pigmemnts........... Lb. 2,086,18 19,343 2,113,267
839511 Lung irritants, n.e.s., except 842905 Chrome pigments containing
chlorine and chloropicrin.Lb ................... ............. 10 % or more chr mm..... Lb. 95,016 20,109 1,647?
8395135 Vesicants.................. Lb. 68 118 212 Lead pigments:
839515 Lachrymators...............Lb .................................. 842912 Orange mineral........... Lb. 465 51 490
859517 Sternutators............... Lb ........... ........................ 842915 Sublimed lead or basic
839518 Screening smoke ..........Lb.................. Lb ............................. sulfate, dry ........... lb. 400 34 408
839519 Items enumerated in category 842919 Zinc sulfide............... I. 8,440 931 8,954
VI of President's Proclamation 842998 Chemical pigments, n.e.s...Lb. 549,802 119,10B 000,08
of May 1, 1937, n.e.a .....b. .......... ....................... 845000 Bituminous paints, liquid and
859598 Other, n.e.a ...............Lb. 521,220 178,842 714,730 plastic.......................... .......8... 3,667 9.549
Other industrial chemicals: Paste and semipaste paint colors
Antimony salts and compounds- in oil, putty and paste wood
839603 Antimony oxides (tri-, filler:
tetra-, penta-)........... Lb. 14,600 2,226 14,710 843105 Red lead in il..............lb. 26,557 3,170 zs,779
859608 Other antimony salts and 843198 Other, except aluminum and
compounds................. Lb. 22,062 5,398 25,747 aluminum-bronse pastes...... Lb. 624,153 96,198 671541
Bismuth salts and compounds: Water paints (all types)
859631 Biasmuth nitrates and 843210 Water paints, dry............ Lb. 419,340 40,997 455,716
mixtures.................. Lb. 3,175 4,018 4,644 843230 Emulsion paints .............Gal. 97,409 356,027 W4,42
839634 Bismuth carbonates and 843250 Water paints, in paste form,
mixtures.................. Lb. 2,762 4,329 3,766 except emulsion paints.....Gal. 153.958 18,247 16,9
839638 Other......................Lb. 1,687 5,694 2,485 Nitrocellulose and other cellulose
839650 Cadmium salts and compounds..Lb. 24 42 53 lacquers:
839670 Chromium salts and compounds, 8433510 Pigmented...................Gal. 2,583 66,649 230,840
except chemical pigments .... Lb. 20,471 5,527 28,456 845410 Clear........... .......Gal 14,217 53,355 127,999
839690 Cobalt salts and compounds, 8435510 Thinners for nitrocellulose and
except chemical pigments.... Lb. 2,176 2,483 2,615 other cellulosic lacquers..Gal. 27,544 28,731 219,345
Copper salts and compounds: 845800 Ready-mixed paints, stains,
839715 Cupric oxide............... Lb. 527 281 402 and enamels................Gal 20,600 435,135 2,59 ?
839717 Cuprous oxide.............. Lb. 25,680 6,166 26,871 844210 Varnishes, natural or
839718 Other...................... Lb. 50,252 8,785 51,959 synthetic....................Gal. 42,806 95,767 425,28
Manganese salts and compounds: T
839722 Manganese dioxide (including FERTILIZERS AND FERTILIZ
battery mix).............. Lb. 699,058 30,555 710,06 MAT
839728 Other...................... Lb. 97,297 5,215 97,848 Nitrogenous fertilizer materials:
Mercury salts and compounds, Nitrogenous chemical materials:
839741 Mercurous chloride or 850500 Ammonium sulphate.b.........b. 3,573,100 60,806 3,05,15
calomel................... Lb. 11,016 40,846 27,327 850903 Calcium cyanamide..........Lb ....... ....... .. ........
839742 Mercuric chloride or 850906 Calcium nitrate...........Lb 2,100 2,2
corrosive sublimate.......Lb 495 1,074 83 850919 Sodium nitrate, n.e.s......Lb 1,765,450 2, 1,78,1
839745 Mercuric fulminate......... Lb. 5,447 15,679 7,596 850925 Ursa....................... Lb. 42,000 2,728 44,440
839745 Mercuric oxide, red and 850998 Nitrogenous chemical
yellow ....................Lb. 1,278 5,352 2,055 materials, n.e.s.......... Lb. 12,500 523 1,550
839748 Other....................b.................................... 851000 Nitrogenous organic waste
83976658 Molybdenum salts and co- materials................. Lb. 505,683 6,049 504,20
pounds, n.e.o .............. Lb ................................... Phosphatic fertilizer materials:
639760 Nickel salts and compounds-.Lb. 11,307 3,940 12,410 Phosphate rock:
839775 Radium salts and compounds, Florida:
radium content............. Mgm. 3 289 5 851510 High-grade hard rack...L.t 4,000 54,000 8,960,000
Strontium salts and compoundst 851520 land pebble............L. o 20,924 205,671 46,800,726
839780 Celestite or mineral strontium 851560 Other ............... L.to 13,251 77,80 29.718,620
sulfate................... Lb ........... .......... ............. 851500 Tennessee, Idaho, and
859784 Strantium nitrate.......... Lb. 84,260 7,245 88,017 Montana rock...........L. 14,190 75,725 31,79,340
839785 Strontium oxalate.......... Lb ........... ........................ 851901 Normal superphosphate, contain839788 Other...................... Lb. 15,777 3,812 17,572 ing not more than 25 percent
839810 Titanium tetrachloride....... Lb ........... ........... ............. available phosphoric acid. .Lb. 11,045,955 9,751 11,81,912
839818 Other titanium salts and 851909 Concentrated superphosphate,
ecmpounds..................I. 5 14 5 containing more than 25 per839822 Tungsten salts and compounds.Lb. 32 106 85 cent available phosphoric
839830 Uranium salts and compounds.Gram .......... ........... ............. acid...................... Lb. 8,360,671 98,941 8,5,990
Vanadium salts and compoundst 852000 Other phosphate materials...Lb. 2,031,147 45,588 2,042,507
839836 Vanadium oxide............. Lb. 5,642 4,389 7,588 Potassic fertilizer material:
839838 Other...................... Lb... ............. .......... ......... 853101 Potassium chloride........... Lb 15,079,620 4,354 15,06,840
Zinc salts and compounds 833105 Potassium sulfate............ Lb. 1,290,000 21,851 1,291,800
639845 Zinc chloride.............. Lb. 190,670 11,405 196,406 653107 Potassic fertilizer materials,
859847 Zinc sulfate............... Lb. 105,364 6,557 110,231 n.e.c., containing 0 4 or mr
853984 Other...................... Lb. 48,104 10,614 5,582 potassium oxide (KaO)equiZirconium salts and compounds plant, n.e.s. ( % EgaO conten.
83954 Zirconium oxides........... Lb. 41,550 11,011 44,107 equivalent basis)........... Lb 1,926,000 14,309 1,967,000
8639858 Other...................... Lb. 20,600 1,945 21,112 853187 Potassic fertilizer materials
Platinum group salts and containing less than 20 percent
compound: potassium oxide IEO
839674 Platinum.................T.os. 14 27 5 equivalent.................. Lb .......... .....................
839878 Other platinum group salts 854000 Nitrogenous phosphatic types. .Lb. .................... .............
and compounds..........T.os. .................................... 8656100 Prpared fertilizer mixtures...Lb. 10,645,982 195,671 10.795,641
839863 Thorium salts and
compounds .......... ............ ..............EPLOSIVES, FUSES, ETC.
839887 Phosphorous, lental.......Lb. 31,879 16,872 41,731 Explosaivesx
639692 Cerium compounds............. Lb. 2,608 3,781 2,859 860101 Smokeless powder............. L ,064,45 361,837 2,766,005
8396935 Indium compounds............. Lb ................................. 860103 Cordite Md ................... Lb **. ..................
839898 Other industrial chemicals................ 2859,284 3,435,685 860400 Dynamite..................... Lb, 6,527,450 639,294 7,38,010
P S P S DOther explosives
PIG NTS, PAINTS AND VARNISH Commercial plosv*s:
Mineral-earth pigments (dry): 860901 Blasting Glatin.......,Lb 529,950 63,179 614,574
840100 Ocher, umber, sienna, and 860002 Geligrite................ Lb 1,157,350 16,448 1,350,576
other forms of iron oxide 860905 Simidlar explosive
for paints .................. Lb. 862,614 31,615 880,07 compounds..............Lb 189,000 27045 235,310




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c ode Uc. C bd-lty o-er.;tin ccxl. tNo.ILyI,- u e
ai Comndity description and nt Not a pluein deu o Cer d ity description red uant Net Value
5ched- of quatty quantity (dolir) n (Sch5d- of quantity guantlty (dollars)
le 8) unds) )

.itoUP d.-ClkSICALS AND GROUP 9.-MISCELLANOUS-Cont.
RELATED PItODUCTS-ontInued
EXPLOSIVES, FUSES, E.-Contnued PHO1GRAPHIC AND PROJECTION
GOODS-Continued
Explosives-Cont ined
Other ezplooive-Continued Exposed motion-picture films--Cont.
609 Lead a e ................L ........ .......... ............. Negative-Continued
80907 Nitrogern .............. Lb ........ .......... ............. 912150 Features, 16 am. (1600
80906 Nitrostarch ...............b. L ............ linear feet or over)..Lin.ft. 07,470 946 372
86090 Nitrceaite ............... .... .... ... 912151 Feature, 16 mm. (1600
960953 Tetryl..................... Lb ........... linear feet or over)
60955 Trinltrotoluene (TT) ......Lb .... .... .......... ....... quantity only in number of
660994 Pent te .................. Lb. ... ... .......... ....... ... complete features ......... No. 45 ..........
680998 Other explosives..........Lb. 2,066.713 204,866 2,415,594 912140 Short subjects, 35 m.
Fuses and blasting caps: (less than 4000 linear
862500 Safety fuses.............Lin.ft. 23,327,600 275,760 526,814 feet).................Lin.ft. 58,104 10,575 448
862.900 Blasting cap ............ ..No. 11.380.510 231,226 198,371 912141 Short subjects, 35 mm.
(less than 4000 linear
SOAP AND TOLET PREPARATIONS feet) quantity only, in number of reels or rolls.....No. 120 .....................
Soap: 912160 Short subjects, 16 mm.
671000 Medicated....................Lb. 62,317 34,002 78,012 (less than 1600 linear
871200 Toilet or fancy..............Lb. 6,149,336 1,115.245 6,866,124 feet).................Lin.tt. 52,000 2,962 1,356
871500 Laundry......................Lb. 5,450,052 295,149 3,654,366 912161 Short subjects, 16 m.
871600 Powdered or flaked...........Lb. 437,027 67,995 509,149 (less than 1500 linear
871800 Shaving creams...............Lb. 29,398 17,525 49,568 feet) quantity only, in
871900 Shaving cakes, powders, and number....................No. 3358 .......................
sticks......................Lb. 11,277 11.792 17,579 912170 Newsreels..............Lin.ft. 20,880 1,31 150
872400 Scouring bricks, pastes, 912171 Newsreels, quantity only...No. 57 ....................
powders, soaps, and house- 912180 Trailers, inserts, and
hold washing powders........Lb. 250,952 22,655 302,566 replacements.......... Lln.ft. 7,398 447 112
672900 Other soaps.................Lb 120,482 13,879 141,586 912181 Trailers, inserts, and
875400 Dental creams..................Lb. 174,607 144,808 229,636 replacements, quantity
875500 Other dentifrices..............Lb. 18,819 18,577 27,550 only......................No. 32 ....................
Toilet powders: 912190 Negative 8 m. film....Lin.ft. 3,200 35 52
874000 Talcum powder, in packages.. ..... .... 41,5382 153,062 912191 Negative 8 m. film,
o874200 Face and compact powder.................. 107,422 117,075 quantity only............No. 7 ....................
Cream, rouges and other 912200 Sound track............ Lin.ft. 276,404 12,287 1,886
cosmetics: 912201 Sound track, quantity
875000 Cold creams.................. Lb. 41,584 22,905 61,997 only......................No. 507 .
875100 Vanishing creams............ Lb. 25,480 12,472 40,417 Positive:
875200 Other creams, lotions and 912320 Features, 35 mm. (4000
balms.................................... 44,660 84,5536 linear feet or
875500 Rouges.................................... 48,574 22,203 over).................Lin.ft. 13,895,068 359,594 95,753
875600 Lip sticks...................... .......... 185,646 54,687 912321 Features 35 m. (4000
75700TO Other cosmetics ........................... 27,269 16,907 linear feet or over)
875900 Manicuring preparations..................... 47,362 59,604 quantity only.............No. 1,685 ..........
876200 Depilatories and deodorants....... .......... 10,904 16,787 912350 Features, 16 ne. (1600
876500 Hair preparations........................... 244,666 874,333 linear feet or
876600 Perfumery and toilet waters.................... 111,747 77,772 over).................Lin.ft. 825,975 17,519 3,278
877000 Other toilet preparations................... 48,774 100,171 912331 Features, 16 m. (1800
linear feet or over)
GROUP 9.-MISCELLANEOUS................. 46,755,570 107,916,252 quantity only............. No. 272 .......................
912340 Short subjects, 55 nm.
PHOTOGRAPHIC AND PROJECTION G000DS (less than 4000 lin.
ft.)..................Lin.ft. 1,523,990 36,297 9,880
Cameras: 912541 Short subjects, 35 am.
Motion-picture- (less than 4000 linear
900050 Standard gauge (55 mm.)....No. 6 23,226 1,445 feet, quantity only)......No. 1,485 .......................
900130 Substandard gauge (16 mm.).No. 11 2,660 184 912360 Short subjects, 16 on.
900150 Substandard gauge (8 m.)..No. 48 581 196 (less than 1600 linear
Except motion-picture: feet).................Lin.ft. 1,954,464 72,752 14,066
900251 Aerial cameras, aircraft 912361 Short subjects, 18 mm.
instruments...............No. 585 90,567 14,482 (less than 1600 linear
900233 Aerial cameras, n.e.s......No. 1 2,750 139 feet) quantity only.......No. 5,107 .......................
900255 Gun cameras................No. 348 46,702 2,550 912370 Newsreels.............Lin.ft 754,509 16,565 4,849
900 38 Studio, photo-engraving, 912371 Newsreels, quantity
coin-operated, and only......................No. 1,101 .......... .............
similar types of cameras 912380 Trailers, inserts, and
for professional, scientific, replacements..........Lin.ft. 439,9411 14,565 4,645
or c mercial use.........No. 45 8,642 5,820 912381 Trailers, inserts, and
900500 Box type (set focus).......No. ................................. replacements, quantity
900500 Other......................No. 246 2,827 492 only......................No. 1,651 .......... ............
900600 Parts of cameras, except lenses... .......... 5,486 860 912390 Positive 8 m. film ... Lin. ft. 132,640 2,362 354
Motion-picture projectors: 912591 Positive 8 m. film,
900700 Standard gauge (55 m.)......No. 97 37,073 25,120 quantity only.............No. 1,803 .......................
Substandard gauge (16 m.): 912400 Sound track............Lin.ft. 12,5886 558 64
900830 Silent.....................No. 13 1,483 496 912401 Sound track, quantity
900840 Sound......................No 73 23,605 8,305 only.....................No. 2 .......................
900850 Substandard gauge (8 m.), Other sensitized films, unexposed:
silent....................No. .......... .......... ............. 912500 Cartridge or rolls. .........No. 423,916 573,112 166,025
90000 Except motion picture........No. 65 3,285 2,667 Packs of sheets:
Motion-picture sound equipment: 912610 X-ray, number of sheets....No. 1,496,644 307,362 208,224
901000 Recording................................. 11,549 5,519 912690 Other, number of sheets.... No. 421,690 30,326 19,519
901100 Reproducing............................... 64,183 45,817 912700 Dry plates................Doz. 12,8435 8,772 30,931
902000 Arc lamps, motion picture 912900 Photographic paper.........Lb. 360,128 161,979 592,558
projection....................No 25 6,225 5,592 914000 Photographic apparatus and
902200 Motion-picture screens...................... 8,856 12,883 supplies, n.e.s ........................ 251,027 268,715
902900 Parts and equipment for projection
and studio apparatus............. .......... 59,56 3355,504 SCIENTIFIC AND PROFESSIONAL INotion-picture films, unexposed: STRUMENTS, APPARATUS, AND SUPPLLES
Sensitized, 35 mo:
\ 911710 Positive film..........Lin.ft. 5,412,630 29,868 20,998 Optical goods:
911720 Negative film..........Lin.ft. 1,109,020 22,057 8,420 914200 Ophthalmic lenses, except
Sensitized, 16 m: blanks.....................Pair 225,102 102,195 19,826
911750 Positive film..........Lin.ft. 1,400,176 8,926 5,494 914350 Sun or glare glasses and
911740 Negative film.......... Lin. ft. 305,595 5,890 2,185 sun goggles....... ............. .......... .214,683 44,547
Sensitized, 8 mm: 914390 Spectacles, eyeglasses,
911750 Positive film........ Lin.ft. 1,000 97 6 goggles, lenses, n.e.s.,
911760 Negative film.......... Lin.Ft. 43,854 1,742 330 and frames .................... .......... 377,0519 49,987
Exposed motion-picture films: 914700 Optical lenses, not fitted to
Negative: instruments.................No. 1,963 52,864 8,001
912120 Features, 35 m. (4000 914930 Binoculars...................No. 221 10,953 1,325
linear feet or over)..Lin.ft. 725,155 37,902 5,174 914950 Microscopes and accessories..... .......... 56,774 14,931
912121 Features, 35 m. (4000 914998 Optical goods, n.e. ............. .........., 55,825 19,5688
linear feet or over, 915000 Dental instruments................ .......... 79,619 7,151
quantity only in 915200 Teeth..........................No. 3,750,522 295,236 12,298
number of complete 915500 Precious metals for dentistry,
features..................No. 95 ....................... Except silver alloys and amalgams ......... 92,822 438



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UNITED STATES EXPORTS OF DOMESTIC MERCHANDISE-JULY, 1945-Contlnued

Commodity Comodity
code No. Commodity description and unit Net Value s code No. Commodity description and unit Not Value
(Sched- of quantity quantity (dollars) weight (Sched of quantity quantity (dollars)
ule B) (p ) 'Ale 8) o aoty o r

GRoUP 9.-MISCEL.WEOUS-Cont. GROUP 9.-IISCELAKDUS--Cont.
SCIENTIFIC AND PROFESSIONAL SCIENTIIC AID PROFESSIONAL
INSTRUMENTS, APPARATUS DISTRUMENTS, APPARATUS,
AND SUPPLIES--Continued AND SLPPLIES-Continued

915550 Dental office equipment ...........7.......... 18,463 153,305 Military equipment, apparatus and
915590 Dental supplies, n.e.3 ...................... 278,516 281,651 parts, not containing optical
915600 Sterilizers .................... No. 769 130,224 18,975 elements (fire-control instru915700 Surgical and medical ments included)--Contiued
instruments ................................ 570,593 121,239 919085 Self-synchronous transmitters and
916800 Surgical appliances ......................... 182,102 80,171 indicators, such as selsyns and
Military equipment, apparatus, synchro units and switchboards
and parts, containing optical therefor, except aircraft ............... 82,9w 6,545
elements (Fire-control instru- 919087 Sound and flash ranging
ments included): apparatus ........................................................
Directors and parts: 919089 Sound locators for aircraft, and
915901 U 5 37 IN gun ............ No .................................... binsural trainers, therefor,
91590 M 5 U.S.; M 6 BR for ground use ..................................................
40 IN gun ................. No ..................................... 919092 Gas masks (except oxygen masks
915905 M 7 90 MM gun ............ No .................................... used in high-altitude flying,
915907 u 3A4 3.7 inch gun No....................... .. ......... .......... oxygen tents, and gas and
91590 Directors, n.e.s ........... No .................................... oxygen administering equipment. 66 719 465
915909 Parts and accessories for 919095 Submarine listening devices................ .0781 3
directors .................... .......... 18,665 11,500 919094 Tachometers, except aircraft.No. 220 4,827 1,046
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 .................................... crews in instrument flying
915925 Height finders, navigation, bombing, or
stereoscopic ............No................................... ............gunnery .................... No ....................... ...........
915927 Height finders, 919096 Parts of aircraft pilot trainers .......... 1,422 4
coincidence ............... No ..................................... 919098 other scientific, laboratory,
916928 Height and range finders, and professional instruments,
n.e.s .................... No ................................... apparatus, and parts, n.e.s ................ ,16
915929 Parts and accessories for
height and rangers ..................... 285 158 MUSICAL INSTRWM7TS
Sights, except bomb-sights:
915941 Aircraft gun-sights ........ go. 126 8,738 552 Pianos:
915943 Tank-eights ................ No ..................................... 921100 New ....................... No. 105 32.480 48.450
91595 Gun sights, rifle and 921200 Used or rebuilt ............ .No. 38 12,59Z 28:482
machine (telescopic sights 923000 Pipe organs .................... No. 1 1,920 1 680
included) ................. No. 1 42 2 92320 Other organs ................... No. 1 56 3
915947 Artillery sights ........... No .................................... Phonographs and parts:
916945 Sights, n.e.s ............H. o. 68 53 10 923500 Coin-operated ...............No. 76 20,033 29.36
Telescopes and periscopes: 923600 Other ........................ No' 61 L1,00 1,08
915951 Telescopes, flank 923900 Phonograph parts .......................... 5.6 74 5.162
spotting ................ .......... ........................ 924200 Phonograph records, except
915953 Telescopes 9.0. Battery motion-picture sound records
Command ................... No .................................... and dictaphone records ..................... 113,181, 180144
915955 Periscopes...............No. 864 45,569 17,593 Baod instruments:
916958 Telescopes n.e.s. .... No. 781 71,471 18,232 924500 Percussion ................................ 4,.7771 5,1
915959 Parts and accessories for 924700 Brass-wind instruments ....... No. 73 1,390 357
sights, telescopes, and 924800 Wood-wind instruments ........ No. 1,489 3 ,9M 816
periscopes ............................... 201,654 66,402 929300 String instruments ............. No. 557 8,686 3,6s
916961 Fire-control equipment sets. .60. 2 876 52 929500 Other musical instruments ......... ...............,497 5,674
915968 Fire-control equipment, n.e.s ............... 2,916 17,127 929700 Musical instrument parts and
915971 Aiming circles ............... No. 224 2,128 9 accessories, n.e.s ......................... 39,M 0,897
915979 Other military equipment
containing precision optical MISCELANEOUS OFFICE SUPPLIES
systems ........................ ........... 510 35
Surveying and engineering Mechanical pencils:
instruments, equipment and parts, 930100 Of plastic materials ........ Do. 9,519 72,ll 5,
n.e.-.: 930200 Of other materials .......... Do 10 4 360
916011 Transits ..................... No. 120 28,611 5,521 Pencils, except mechanical:
916016 Levels ....................... No. 436 10,955 2,792 930410 Of black lead .............. Gross S6.879 121,15, 157,154
916015 Compasses ................... No. 20,209 46,371 4,333 930420 Other ...................... Gross 23,176 76,188 U,261
916017 Plane tables ................. No. 18 6,454 1,135 930530 Pencil leads ................. Gross 91,5 30,976 3,149
916019 Map reproduction equipment ................ 3 3 930560 Pencil parts ................................. 13,849 9,2M
916021 Drawing equipment and parts ................ 81,781 27,058 930600 Crayons ...................... Gross 58,562 29,726 190,521
916029 Other surveying and engineering Fountain and stylographic pens:
instruments, equipment and 930900 Of plastic materials ....... Doz. 12,s8 536,72 10,80
parts, n.e.s ................... ........... 36,162 14,069 931000 Of other materials .......... Dos. 979 7,516 74
919006 Radio ground equipment used 931200 Parts, except pen points.................. ...14 .770 1672
for the direction and 931600 Metallic pen points .......... Gross 21,117 42,599 7,442
navigation of aircraft ........... ...........3,749,751 1,334,274 931900 Other penholders and parts ................... 6,243 4,614
Military equipment, apparatus and 932100 Writing ink....................... 46011 94
parts, not containing optical 952200 Printing anthog i ,3 6 16 1,0 696 074
elements (fire-control instro- 952900 Other ink .................. ...... .............19,50 59.261
monts included): 939100 Paste and mucilage ............. Lb. 44,565 11162 76.M
919050 Azimuth instruments, except 939200 Carbon paper ................... L. 96,846 91,644 134.M
aircraft .................... No. 192 7,620 1,162 939500 Typewriter ribbons ............ Doz. 16,86 49,16 28,518
919053 Drift meters, except 939900 Other office supplies ....................... 168,891 241,776
aircraft ..................No.. ...................................
91905S Lead computors .................................................... TOYS, AHI TIC AND SPORTING G
919057 Other navigational instruments,
except marine chronometers and Toys (dolls and children's wheel
aircraft navigational instru- goods, included):
ment ....................... No. 33 7,799 2.877 94000 Dolls and parts ................. .............44,48 39,660
919059 Range finder trainers ........ No .................................... 940500 Children's wheel goods and part .. .016 10,825
919061 Control apparatus for position- 940800 Mechanical toys and parts ................. .607 1,944
ing guns ................................. 31,641 2,994 Toys, n.e.s.t
919063 Fuse settere ......................................................940900 Metal................... No .....7,8.. 16,476
919 0 Gyroscopic stabilizing instru- 941000 Wood.......................... 1646
ments, except aircraft ...... No. 1 2,900 574 941800 Toys, and parts, n.e.s ................. .149,88 3007
919067 Gunners and range quadrants..No. 39 3,286 316 Athletic and sporting goods:
919069 Magnetic and gyroscopic 942000 Fiing rods ................. NO. 9 279 67
compasses, except aircraft..No. 173 21,075 8,622 942100 Fishing reels .............. N.2 0 2
919071 Plotting boards .............. No. 36 820 226 942200 Other fishKng tackle and parts,
91907 All apparatus, or parts, for except for commrcil fishing............ 11,6721 8,88
detecting, sighting, or 93300 Golf bell ................... Do. 1,192 10,85 2,12
determining position of a 943400 Foot, basket, base, tennis.
surface, sub-surface, or and other balls, except balls
aerial target ............................ 23?,35 62,905 wholly of rubber ............... ........... 22,732 18,734
919081 Range correction board No....................................... Other athletic and sporting
9190M2 Range keepers or other goods, except shoes, firearms,
ballistic computing and amunition:
mechanisms ....................................................... 943600 Golf clubs ................. No. 215 1,271 471






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UN1TD STATES SPORTS OF DO iETIC MERCHANISE-JULY, 194I-Continued

Ciosdity IIcommodity e au Shlpping
Co dty der.iption ad it Net V..code No. Comdity description and unit Nt Vl
(Soed- of quatity qutity dolla, ) o ae (Sched- of quantity quantity (dollars) o n
h. ) u ol.e 8)


GROUP 9.-MISCELLAGU9U-NS C
TOYS, ATHLETIC ANSPO TN FIREARMS, AMMUNITION AND
000DS-Continued PYR0ECHNIC-Continued

Athletic and sporting goods--ont. Firearms and ordnance, except
Other athletic and sporting fire-control equipment--Continued
goods, except shoes, firearms, Infantry support weapons and
and aMmunition-Continued parts-Continued
944000 Ic skates... .......... Pair .......... .......... ............. 947749 75-0 Antitank
944100 Roller skate es.............Pair 256 611 1,Z15 equipment gun ............No. ..
944500 Billiard tables and 9477S50 S-inch Antitank equipment gun
accessories ............... .......... 18,725 94,507 except self-propelled ..... No ......... ......... .............
944900 Other.......... ............ .......... 55,191 43,199 947752 3-inch Antitank equipment
945000 Amusement park and playground guns, self-propelled ...... No. .......... .............
devices and parts .............. .......... 25,182 139,944 947754 Infantry support weapons,
n.e.-Guns.............. No. 1 2,662 667
MISCELLANEOUS MILITARY EQUIPMIT 947759 Parts and accessories for
infantry support weapons
Bridges and bridge building (carriage included) .......... .......... 24,467 16,337
equipment, and parts, engineers: Field Artillery and parts:
946001 Cable bridges ................ No. .......... .......... ... .... 947801 75-4M guns, except self946005 Foot bridges.................No. .......... .......... ......... propelled ............ No ......... ......... .
946006 Portable ferries............. No ........ .......... ...... 947802 75-M1 guns, self-propelled.No. 6 11,055 3,720
94600? 1.ntoon brides .............. No. .......... 9.......... *... 947803 18-Pounder guns............ No ........ ...........
946009 Bridges, n.e.s.............. No. 8 925,075 8,157,968 947805 25-Pounder guns ........... No ......... .......................
946029 Parts and accessories for bridge 947807 4.5-inch guns..............No ..................... .............
building................................. 125,625 768,900 947811 4.7-Inch guns..............No. ..................... .............
946051 Kitchen mess and field baking 947813 6-inch guns ................No. ..................................
equipment........................ .......... 61, 409 164,252 947815 155 MM guns, new and
946071 Military equipage, n.e.s.......... .......... 76,659 222,644 modernized................ No. 30 512,424 300,000
FRAMA MTOAN947817 8-inch guns................No ................................
FIREARMS, AMUNITION AND 947821 75.4M Howitzers, field
PTYROTECHNICS and pack, except
self-propelled............No .......... .......... ............
Firearms and ordnance, except 947822 75-MM Howitzers, selffire-control equipment: propelled................. No. .......... ...... .............
Revolvers and pistols: 947823 105-M4 Howitzers, except
947004 .22-Caliber................ No. .................... ............. self-propelled............ No. ............ ...... .............
947005 .32-Caliber................No. ................................ 947824 10541M Howitzers, self
947006 .38.-Caliber..............No. 4 83 23 propelled...............o. 1 74,855 46,500
947007 .45-Caliber................ No. 65 2,779 Z46 947825 4.5-inch Howitzers.........No..................................
947008 Revolvers and pistols,n.e.&No. 69 1,468 161 947827 5.5-inch Howitzers ......... No. .................... .............
947009 Parts and accessories for i 947831 6-inch Howitzers........... No ..................................
revolvers and pistols ................... 3,514 1,166 947833 155-4W Howitzers, new and
947100 Small arms equipment............ ......... 39,091 18,446 modernized................No 1 63,855 50,500
967221 Rifles, .22-Caliber..........No. 565 5,751 3,571 947835 7.2-inch Howitzers .........No ........... ...................
947222 Rifles, .30-Caliber carbine- 947837 8-inch Howitzers...........No. 8 56,496 43,200
M 1......................... No. 5,520 110,450 55,974 947841 240-M Howitzers ..........No. ................................
947225 Rifles, .30-Caliber Ml, Garand 947843 9.2-inch Howitzers.........No. ...............................
and Johnson................No. 4,650 153,550 70,350 947845 Field Artillery, n.e.s ..... No. 37 214,017 301,072
947224 Rifles, .30-Caliber M-1903, 947849 Parts and accessories for
Springfield and M-1917, field artillery (carriages,
Enfield..................... No. .................................. adaptors, limbers and
947225 Rifles, .303-Caliber, caissons included)..................... 550,371 462,989
Lee Enfield................. No. .................... .............. Coast and railway artillery,
947227 Antitank rifles, and parts:
.55 Caliber boys............ No. .................................94785 Seacoast guns 6-, 8-, 9.2-,
947228 Rifles, n.e.s ..............o...N. 39 895 308 12-, 14- and 16- inch .......No ........ .............. .......
947259 Parts and accessories for rifles .......... 11,738 1,947 947853 Railway guns 8-, 9.2-, 12-,
947800 Shotguns.....................No. 5,788 56,325 54,314 and 14- inch..............No.................................
Auto9atic arms and parts: 947855 12-inch Howitzers.......... No.................................
947701 Machine guns, .50-Caliber, 947857 12-inch mortars............No. ................................
aircraft.................o. 3 720 150 947858 16-inch Howitzers No............ ......... .............
947705 Machine guns, .30-Caliber, 947859 Parts and accessories for
aircraft................No.................................. coast and railway artillery..................
947705 Machine guns, .50-Caliber, Anti-aircraft artillery, and
aircraft.................. No 1,530 560,150 157,566 parts, except naval artillery:
947707 Machine guns, .50-Caliber, 947861 .37-MM UlAS guns, wheele4do. ...................
ground and tank...........No .........................No......... 947862 .50 Caliber machine guns...No. .................... .............
947711 Machine guns, .305-Caliber, 947865 40-4 guns...............o.. o. ............................
ground and tank.........Mo. .......... ........................ 947864 .50 Caliber machine guns...No. .................................
947715 Machine guns, .50-Caliber, 947865 3-inch guns................No. .................................
ground and tank........... No. .......... ....... ............. 947867 90-M guns.................No..................................
947715 Machine guns, .5-inch Caliber, 947871 3.7-inch guns..............No..................................
navy.....................No. ................... ............. 947873 4.7-inch guns.............. No. ................................
947717 Sub-machine guns, .45 Caliber, 947875 105-MM guns.........o.......No.
Thompson..................No.. ................................ 947877 Anti-aircraft artillery,
947721 Sub-machine guns, n.e.s .................... No.................................
9-M@M Caliber............ o.. No.................... ............. 947879 Parts and accessories for
947725 Automatic rifles, .30 Caliber, anti-aircraft artillery (barM-1918 and M-1918 A 2, rels and carriages included). .......... 35,150 88,554
Browning.................o. 35 10,675 987 Anti-aircraft armament and
947725 Automatic arms, n.e. .....No. 65 1,502 766 parts, except machine guns
947729 Parts and accessories for and anti-aircraft artillery:
automatic arms (mounts, bar- 947901 20-MM Hispano suiza U-1
rels, and adaptors included), .......... 240,852 177,574 aircraft guns............ No. 12 12,300 1,716
Infantry support weapons, and 947905 37-M-M-4 Aircraft guns....No .......... .....................
parts: 947905 Aircraft armament, n.e.s...No. ...............................
947731 2-inch mortars..............No. ..................... 947909 Parts and accessories for
97753 60-MM mortars..............No. 55 9,639 3,325 aircraft armament (mounts
947735 3-inch mortars............. No. ......... .......... ............ and barrels included)................... 651,388 97,045
947737 81-0M mortars, except Tank armament, and parts,
self-propelled...........No........... I .......... ............... except machine guns:
947738 81-M mortars, 947911 37-M tank guns............ No.................................
self-propelled............ No. 12,820 24,912 62,160 947915 2-Pounder, 40-MM tank guns.No.................................
947741 57-W Antitank equipment guns, 947915 6-Pounder, 57-MI tank gunsNo.......... ..................
except self-propelled.....No. ........................ ......... 947917 75-MM tank guns............ No .................................
947742 37-MM Antitank equipment guns, 947921 3-inch tank guns...........No ..................................
self-propelled............No .......... .......... ............. 947925 Tank armament, n.e.s ..........No .......... .............
947743 2-Pounder, 40-, Antitank 947929 Parts and accessories foi tank
equipment guns...........No..................... .............armament (mounts included)... ........... 37,45F 45,057
947745 6-Pounder, 57-WM, Antitank Naval artillery and parts:
equipment guns, except self- 947931 20-M Oerllkon guns, antipropelled................ No........... ...... ......a......ircraft..................No. ................... ............
947748 6-Pounder, 57-MM, Antitank 947935 40-MM Bofors guns, antiequipment guns, self- aircraft, twin and quadruple
propelled............ .... No. .................. mounts.................... No. ......... .






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UNITED STATES EXPORTS OF DUL!ESTIC ECF.A'DISE-JULY, 1945--Continued


Commodity Shpig Canadity moiydoSipn
code No. Commodity description and unit Net Value code No. Camedity description and unit Net Value
(Sched- of quantity quantity (dollars) we(ht She of qatity quantity (dolar)



GROUP 9.--SCELIANEOUS--Cont. GROUP 9.--SCELLANBOUS--Cat
FIREARMS, AWUITION AND FIREARMS, AMMUNITION AND
PYROTECRNICS--Continued PYROTECHNICS-Continued

Firearms and ordnance, except Firearms and ordnance, except
fire-control equipment--Continued fire-control equipnt--Continued
Naval artillery and Ammunition for infantry support
parts--Continued weapons and tank guns, under
947935 1.1 inch guns, anti- 75-1--Continued
aircraft .................. No .......... ....... ............. 37-W tank and antitank
947937 5-inch 50-caliber guns, gun--Continued
antiaircraft .............. No .......... .......... ............. 948221 Armor-piercing shots.....No ................................
947941 5-inch 25-caliber guns, anti- 948223 High explosive shells ....No .......... .............
aircraft .................. No .......... .......... ............. 94OZ4 Canister shells .......... .......... .............
947945 5-inch 58-caliber guns, anti- 2-Pounder, 40-Mu tank and
aircraft (twin mount, single antitank gun:
base-ring, and single 948225 Armor-piercing shells .... No. ................................
pedestal included) ........ No. 1 72,746 37,220 948227 Armor-piercing shot...... No .......... .. .............
947945 2-Pounder 40-M guns ....... No. .......... .......... ............. 948251 High explosive shells....No .......... ....... .......
947947 5-Pounder guns .............No .......... .......... ............. 6-Pounder, 57-W tank and
947951 12-Pounder guns ............ No ........ .. .......... ............. antitank gun:
947955 S-inch 23-caliber guns ..... No .......... .......... ............. 948255 Armor-piereing shot ...... No. .......... .......... .............
947955 4-inch British type guns...No .......... .......... ............. 948235 High explosive shells....No. .......... .......... .............
947957 4-inch 50-caliber guns ..... No .......... .......... ............. 948237 Ammunition for infantry
947961 4.7 inch guns .............. No .......... .......... ............. support weapons and tank
9479653 5-inch 51-caliber guns ..... No .......... .......... ............. guns, n.e.s .............. No. 50,350 169,784 554,50
947965 5-inch 54-caliber guns ..... No .......... .......... ............. 948259 Components for infantry
947967 Y-guns ..................... No .......... .......... ............. support weapon and tank
947971 Naval guns, n.e.s. (6-inch gun ammunition ............... ......... S,526 37,413
47-caliber, 8-inch 55-calibez; Ammunition for field, seacoast,
12-inch 50-caliber, 16-inch and railway artillery .75-MM
45-caliber, and 16-inch 50- and over:
caliber included) ........ No .......... ......... ......... 75--@ gun:
947979 Parts and accessories for 948301 Armor-piercing shot ...... No. ..........................
naval guns (nount included) .. .......... 269,929 186,625 948302 Semi-armor piercing
Ammunition for small arms, .60- shells .................. No. .................................
caliber and under: 948305 High explosive shells ....No.
.22-caliber: 948305 Chemical sall ........... ....,100 25,482 95.450
948101 Balls ..................Round 2,975,090 11,527 26,905 948507 Shrapnel .................No. .
948103 Tracers ................ Round .......... .......... ............. 18-Pounder gun:"
9-W: 948511 Arsor-piereing shot ...... No. ....... ............
948105 Balls .................. Round ................................. 948315 Semi-armor piercing shot.No. ...................
948107 Tracers ...... ......Round .......... .... ..... ........ 948315 High explosive shells .... No. .......................
.50-caliber: 948317 Chemical shells.......... No .
948111 lll. .................Round .................. ............. 948521 Shrapnel .................No.
948113 Tracers ................Round ... ............. 25-Pounder gun:
948115 Armor piercing 948325 Armor-piercing shot......No.
cartridges ............ Round .......... .......... ............. 948325 High explosive shells .... No...............
948117 Grenade cartridges.....Round .......... .......... ............. 5-inch tank and antitank gun:
948119 Carbine cartridges ..... Round 1,081,000 27,927 55,122 948527 Armor-piercing shot ...... No. .......................
948121 Incendiary cartridges..Round ........... .......... ............. 948 29 Chemical shells .......... No.i .. ..I. ...
.50-caliber: 94853 High explosive shells .... No.Illll i111111
948125 Balls .................. Round .......... .......... ............. 105-MM gun:
948125 Tracers ................ Round .......... .......... ............. 94853 High explosive shells....No. .......... .......... .............
948127 Amor-piercing 4.5-inch gun:
cartridges............ Round 1,700 340 146 948335 High explosive shells .... No ...............................
948128 Incendiary cartridges..Round .......... ........ 4.7-inch gun:
948130 Balls, .52-caliber ....... Round 2,000 56 SO 94837 High explosive shells .... No. .................................
948132 Balls, .38-caliber ....... Round 47,000 767 1,736 6-inch gun:
948136 Balls, .45-caliber ....... Round .......... .......... ............. 948341 Armor-piereing shot ...... No. ................................
948158 Magazineefor .22, .52-, 948543 High explosive shells .... No ................................
.38-, and .45- caliber 948345 Shrapnel ................. No.i .................................
ammunition ................ No .......... .......... .. ... ... 15&-W gun:
.455-caliber: 948547 Armor-piercing shot ...... No ....... ..... ......
948139 Balls .................. Round .......... .-....... ............. 948551 High explosive shells....No. 20,000 595,400 1,969,246

.50-caliber: 948355 Chemical shells .......... No ..... .......... ..
948140 Balls .................. Round 4,785,376 654,715 1,796,512 8-inch gun:
948141 Tracers .............. Round 1,751,265 255,558 661,648 948355 Armor-piereing shells .... No.
948143 Armor-piercing 948357 High explosive shells .... No. ..............
cartridge .. ......Round 40,040 7,488 16,016 B- and 9.2 inch gun, railway
948145 Epl o carrige...Round .......... .......... .............ansecs:
948145 Explosive ;;j; 4dee..on and seacoast:
948147 Incendiary cartridges..Round 4,464,824 792,107 1,655.426 948361 Araor-piereing shells .... No. .................. ..........
.5-inch caliber, navy: 12-, 14-, and 16-inch gun:
948151 Balls .................. Round .......... .......... ............. 94856 Armor-piercing shot ...... No. .......................
948153 Tracers ................ Round 12,600 1,890 4,074 9485 Armor-piereing shells....No. .
948155 krmor-piereing 949566 High explosive shells .... No .... ...................
cartridges ............ Round .......... .......... I ............. 75-W Howitzer:
.SS-caliber: 948367 High explosive shells .... No. 5,000 47,000 15,000
948157 Armor-piercing 94868 Chemical shells .......... 00o .................... ...........
cartridges ............ Round 1S9 40 70 948572 Shrapel .................No. ........................
7.92 WI: 105-0 Howitzert
948161 Balls ..................Round .......... .......... ............. 948575 Asor-piering shot. ..No.....
948162 Shotgun shells ............. No. 1,564,026 50,529 16.,715 948374 High plosive shells ....No. 27.7.4 438.26 1 658.113
948165 Ammunition for small arms, 948375 Cheical shells .......... o. 5,000 9'.399 296,125
n.e.s ................... Round 126,150 S,031 5,668 4.5-inch Howitzer:
948165 Links and belts for small 948376 High explosive shells .... No. ................11.............
arms ammunition ........... No .......... .......... ............. 948577 Chemcal shells..........
948169 Components for mall arms S.5-inch Howitzer:
amunition ................... .......... 4,021 5,250 940378 High explosive shells....No. .......... ...... .... ............
Ammunition for infantry support 948581 Chemicl shells .......... No. .......... .......... .............
weapons and tank guas, under 6-inch Howitzer:
75-Wt 946382 High explosive shells .... No. ..............................
2-inch mortar: 94U383 Chemial shells .......... o. I ...............................
946801 Mortar shells ............ No. .......... .......... ............. 1S5-1m nHoitzer:
948 03 Chemical shells ..........No .......... ......... ............. 94L364 High e osie shells .... No. ...... .. ......... ......
80-MM mortar; 946585 Chedeal ohells .......... No ...................
948205 Mortar shells ............ No. 17,652 55,6r8 92,856 7.2-inch Howitsera
3-inch mortar. 948386 High e s s ....No. ..
948207 Mortar shelled ............ No. .......... .......... ............. 946387 Chetca shells .......... .
98211 Chemical shell .......... No. ......... .......... ............. 240- Ho.witzer:
81-1 mortar: 948388 Hig exosiv shells .... No .......... .....
948213 Mortar shells ............ No. 17,00 111,259 268,800 8-, 9.2-, at 12-inch
948215 Chemical shells .......... No. .......... .......... .........Howtr:
37- 4 tank and antitank gun: 948391 High explosv sho .... No ....... ............. ..........
948217 Armor-piercing shells....No .......... .......... ............. 948392 Field, seacoast, and
94819 Semi-armor-piercing railway artillery
shells .................. No. ....... ....... .. ...... amunition, n.e.s ..... No.I 2591 4,9111 18,450





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"N1TED STATES EXPORTS OF DOMESTIC ME!CHA ICE-J')LY, O':- Itiinued

Coo1 ty dmoiShppity
code N". C-re00t decccinu. nt Not VaI.e cod, N)., 1Cor--uty decitinad st ht Vaue Sh0A
sched- of~ quantity quantity (dollars) (Sched- of pattity quantity tae (pond)
le ) pouds) b)

(h1UP .-IS.ELLANSUS-Cant. GROUP 9.--M~ cKLLAh us-C'ant.
Flht.AldsMS AMMUNITION AND FIDhARMS, AAAUNITION AND
PYan k1nNIC -Cntinued PThtHIGh-Contnued

Firearms and Ordnane, except Firearms and ordnance. except
fire-contrl e inituent-Continued fe-control eql uWant-Continued


and over-ontnued ,-inch 47-ediber, 8-inch
8.-, 8..:-, and 12-inCh I 55calitsr. 1C-inch 5O946596 Components for field, an0 18-inch SO-c.slicr guns
seacoast, and railway .40.73 Arror-piercIng shells...No.
artillery ammuntion................. 1,250 989 948671 Antiaircraft shell......
Ammunition for antiaircraft 948677 al gun anmuniti n,
artillery, except crane guns: n.e. ..... .......... o ,74 44,19 1,9,99
37-414 gnn 948679 Components for naval gun
94401 Armo-piering shot....Rond anuition............... 14,194 40,102
948403 Armor-piercing shells..Round .......... .... Ammunition, me.
948406 High explosive shells..Round .......... .......48701 Fuses for e.ns.............No. 544,061 7,228.412 2,188,842
404MM Bofors gun: 948702 Primers for guns........... Not 1,176,106 24,344 10,027
948407 Ar or-pioering shot... .Round .. .... .......... 948704 Components for fuses and
948411 High explosive shells..Round ** *.**.**............. primers ... 4,02 5,043
3-inch gun: Grenades, and parts:
948415 Aror-piearing shot ......... Hand Irenade:
948415 High explosive shells....No. .......... 948705 Fragentation .......... No. 72,000 46,800 152,840
948417 Shrapnel .................No.. 948706 De lItion .... No .
90-E1 gun: 948706 AntItank... ..No.' .... ... .
94.421 Aror-piercing shot ......NNo ....... 948709 Incerndiary ........... No..
948422 Armor-piercing shells... .No................... .............. 948713 Rifle.....................No. 733 1,380 2,200
948423 High explosive shells... .No. .......... ...................... 948715 Machine gun.........No ... ..........
3.7-inch gun: 948719 Components for grenades....... ........ ..... 1,826 83.648
948425 High explosive shells....No. .......... ..................... ..948721 Antitank mines...........No. 6,800 15,972 64,704
4.7-inch gun: 948723 Components for antitank
948427 High explosive shells....No. .......... ........... ..............mines...
105-40 gun: Aircraft bomds, and parts:
948451 High explosive shells....No. ................................... 948725 20- and .3-pound
948435 Antiatrcraft artillery fragmentation.... ...No...........
ammunition, .e.s...... ...... .... . ....... 148727 30-pound fragmentation and
948439 Components for antiaircraft chemical...............No................................
artillery ammunition..... *.... ...*............. 948731 40-pound fragmentation...No. ..............
Aircraft gun ammunition, except 948732 100-pound coemical.......No.._....... .......
machine gun: 948734 100-pound general purpose
20-MM Hispano suiza gun: and fragmentation..... .No.....................
948501 Balls.................Round.................................. 948735 250 and 300-pound general
968805 Tracers..............Round; ................................. ..purpose................ No. 384 15,432 97,136
948505 Armor-piercing shells..Round .......... ......................... 948737 500 and 600-pound general
948507 High explosive shells. .Round .......... .......... ............... purpose.................No. 5,201 798,090 2,776,711
948509 Incendiary.............Round .......... .......... ............. 946739 1000 to 1900 pound inclu948511 Inert shells...........Round ........... .......... ... ......... sive, general purpose...No.................
37-11 aircraft gun: 948742 2000 to 3900-pound inclu948513 Armor-piercing shells..Round ..................... ............. .sive, general purpose... No.....................
948515 high explosive shells..Round ................................... 948744 4000-pound and over,
946517 Aircraft gun annunition, general pur ose.........No. ..........
n.e.s.................Round .............Incendiary:
948519 C opponents for aircraft gun 948748 4-pound............... No. ...................
ammunition........................... 12,100 4,777 948749 Other .................No................... ..........
Naval ammunition, except small 948752 325-pound depth bombs ... .; .. ....
arms ammunition: 948753 650-pound depth bobs... .o.. .........
20401 Oerlikon gun: 948754 250-pound semi-armor948801 Tracers...............Round .......... .............. ........ piercing bombs..........No..............
948805 High explosive shells..Round .......... .......... .............. 948755 500-pound semi-armor948605 Antiaircraft shells....Round ............................... .... piercing bombs............No ..... ...............
2-Pounder 40-l gun: 948756 1000-pound semi-armor948607 High explosive shells..hound ........... ............ piercing bombs............No............
40-MM Bofors gun: 948757 1600-pound armor-piercing
948609 High explosive srells..Round ..................................bombs...................No..................................
948611 Antiaircraft shells... .Round ........... ......... 948758 Aircraft bombs, ne..s No.... ................
1.1-inch gun: 948759 Parts and accessories for
948613 Antiaircraft shells....hound .......... .......... .......aircraft bombs........ ..... .......... 77S,691 1,174,934
3-Pounder gun: 948761 Antiubarine obs. No.. ....... ........
948615 Common snells............No. .......... ........ ............ 948765 Submarine mines............No................... ............
12-Pouncer gun: 948769 Submarine mine parts and
948617 Common shells............No.. ........ ...... ........ .... equipment.................... .......... 2,964 2,221
3-inch 23-calioer gun: 948771 Torpedoes..................No. 3 36,000 9,900
948621 Antiaircraft shells..... No. 1,500 26,361 24,375 948779 Parts and accessories for
948623 Comon shells...........No. .......... .-...................... torpedoes................ ......... 33,409 47,644
948825 Illuminating shells................ ........................ 948781 Depth charges (Y-gun
948627 Shrapnel...............No. ......an..........n............ammunition............... No..................... ...........
3-inch 50-caliter gun: 948789 Components for depth charges.. .......... E4,998 51,453
948831 Ar.or-piercing shells....No............ .......... ............. 948791 Propelling charges for guns,
94833 Antiaircraft shells. No.. ......... .......... .............. 4.5-inch to 16-inch,
948635 Cocoon snells..........No. .......... .......... ............. and 25-pounder............... .......... 219,780 1,210,000
948636 ll .stn shells... _No. .......... .......... ............. Pyrotechnics:
948637 Shrapnel................ *cS .......... .......... ............. 949750 Commercial and display.......... ......... 1,101 1,355
4-inch British type gun: 949793 Flame throwers...............No.............
948641 Illuminating snells...... No. .......... ...... ............. 949795 Flares, aircraft.............No. 1,925 353 177
4-inch f13-cal br un: 949796 Flares, airport.............No...........
948643 Comon snells........... ............ ........ .............. 949798 Other........................... ........... .9,011 64,0/9
948645 Illumint- .. snells.N........... .................
948647 Shrapnel................ ............ .............. BOOKS, MAPS, PICTURES, AND
4.7-inen gun: OTHER PRINTED MATTER, N.E.S.
948651 a atn ells.. ......... ..........
S-inch lI-colioer gun: Books and pamphlets:
948653 A:-tptiercing sells....1No. ........... .......... ............. 951000 Sound educational textbooks................ 266,021 3<4,t03
948655 antiaircraft ....... .......... ............. .951200 Other bound books............... .......... 655,347 '10,75
948657 1ll3i0.ating sells. .... ......... .......... ............. 951400 Unbound books in sheets.........9........... 38,479 89.13
I-ioo 3:-c.1oer .un: 951800 Cataloos ann pamphlets..........8........... 86,15' '-5,74
948601 Ant.ircrft viels. o.. .......... ........................ 952200 Geographic maps and charts........ .......... 8..,942 m5,A
94863 Co::r:o sells......... ..0. ........ .......... ............. 952300 Music In books and sreets......... .......... 26,843 ,8814
948665 Ill .nat: n .... ...... Photographs and blueprints:
5-:ncn 51- ..lmoer : 955001 Plans ann specifications for
S488866 au or. sells.... ....... ..... . . . .. aircraft...................... .............,83 15.,716
94667 llluanato ..c ........... 95098 Photographs and blue prints,n.e.s. .......... 4k,160 11,782
S-7, 14-c 1-er .: 955300 Newspapers, current.......................... 81,808 685,:91
H4667. 1 intreat we ...... -. .... ......... 9865S00 Periodicals...................No, o6,,,93 671,,699 1,541







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UNITED STATES EXPORTS OF DULESTIC ECHANDISE-JULY, 1945--Continued


cod No. Comodity description and unit Net Value cde N"., Comodity description and unit Net Vaue s
(Sched- of quantity quantity (dollars) Wight I (Sched- of qatity quantity (dollar)
ule B) Cple B)


GROUP 9.-MISCELIANEQUS--Cnt. GROUP 9.--MLSCEI1ANEUS--Ccat.
BOOKS, MAPS,. PICTURES, AND OTHE MISCELLANEOUS COMLODITIES,
PRINTED MATTER, N.E.S.-Continued N.E.S.--Continued

956000 Calenders, printed or unprinted ... .......... 21,686 33,062 Manufactures of synthetic gu s
956300 Lithographically printed matter ... .......... 355,598 477,825 and resins--Continued
956500 Playing cards................. Pack 251,845 58,530 62,665 Other synthetic resin
956901 Plans and specifications for products--Continued
air craft, printed ............... .......... 2,817 5,0 981305 Methyl methacr7late
956998 Printed matter, n.e.s ........... .......... 2,519,799 1,413,477 products, fabricated,
except molded ............. Lb. 92,406 85,172 1.2442
MISCELLANEOUS COaODITIES, N.E.S. 981305 Nylon products, except
yar and textiles ......... Lb. 365 2572 456
957000 Clocks, electric, except parts.No. 2,043 4,512 6,560 981507 Urea-formaldehyde products,
Clocks, n.e.s., except electric: fabricated, except solded.Lb.1 5,0Z6 5,01 5,521
957100 1-day alarm clocks ........... No. 69,294 69,162 91,863 981598 Other synthetic resin
957200 Mantel, novelty, and wall products .................. Lb. 22,715 32,10I 2596
clocks ...................... No. 166 2,054 1,908 981900 Manufacturers of cellulose
957900 Other clocks and parts ......... .......... 5,991 2,452 acetate, n.e.s................... .......... 139,71.96,5z5
Watches: 982000 Manufacturers of all compounds of
958000 withoutt jewels ............... No. 39 189 17 cellulose, except cellulose
958100 With jewels .................. No. 2,788 48,669 1,036 acetate, n.e.s ............................. 77,565 50,113
958900 Parts, except jewel bearings.... ......... 71,6961 2,502 982100 Sponges, natural or synthie,
959105 Marine chronometers ............No. 277 10,157 750 except rubber .................... .......... 19,616 4,140
959198 Time-recording devices an parts .. .......... 55,218 46,461 9200 Toothbrushes .................. Doz. 195,124 237.652 104,532
961000 Paintings, etchings, engravings, 982400 Toilet brushes, except
statuary and antiques ............ .......... 63,851 32,228 toothbrushes ................. Doz. 13,135 38,794 55,248
Jewelry and other personal 982501 Paint brushes ................. Doz. 15,170 55,094 24,008
ornaments: 982610 Household brushes ............. Doz. 1,076 2,666 5,019
962000 .lid gold or platinum .......... .......... 143,243 369 982691 Other brushes ................. Doz. 8,672 52,047 4,674
Other metals, silver, 982700 Combs, except wholly of
gold-filled, rolled-gold- rubber ........................ No. 4,544,579 225,571 135,245
plate, and base metal: Pipes and smokers' articles:
962100 Men's jewelry................. .......... 55,111 3445 982800 Tobacco pipes (of all
962500 homen' s jewelry. ............. .......... 153,788 6,557 materials) ................. Doz. 9,862 45 768 12SZE2
962600 Other articles ................ ......... 39,029 6,171 982900 Other smokers' articles,
All materials, except metal: except pocket and electric
962700 Men' jewelry .................. .......... 13,912 1,035 lighters ..................... .......... 45,592 60,310
962800 Women's jeweIlry............. ......... 91,375 1Z,656 985000 Plates and cuts, electrotype,
962900 Other articles ................ .......... 119,561 41,680 stereotype, halftone, litho965500 Jewelry findings, and parts ..... .......... 165,536 21,481 graphic, or engraved .......... Lb. 14,407 42,5-7 18,8
968000 Bottle and container closure, 985100 Umbrellas and parasols ......... No. 10,175 37.552 11,999
n.e.s ....................... Gross 961,951 244,811 1,169,965 985200 Candles ........................ Lb. 199,584 38,664 238.223
968501 Thermostatic bottles, carafes, 984005 Beads and bead articles ........... .......... 33,472 4,s9
jars, jugs, and other 984098 Notions, cheap novelties, and
thermostatic containers....... No. 23,816 26,090 ES,175 specialties, n.e.s .............. .......... 423,271 365,565
968509 Parts of thermostatic containers .. .......... 9,581 31,396 Household and commercial
Composition roofing: refrigerators, except electric:
969500 Asphalt rooting ........... Square 201,072 266,668 9,551,8% 984100 Mechanical ................... No. 57 50,90 94,8zE
969600 Asbestos roofing ..........Square 7,956 49,573 1,491,277 984200 Ice, except mechanical .......No. 156 5,129 22,470
969900 Other roofing ............. Square 5,988 10,347 372,427 984600 Soa-fountain equipment and
Buttons, parts: bar supplies .................... .......... 11,040 2%47
971100 Buttons, cellulose compounds, 9B4900 Fishing tackle and equipment
galalith, and other suitable only for commercial
compounds ................. Gross 569,834 275,586 164,540 fishing ........................ ......... 179,522 195,185
971250 Pearl or shell ........... Gross 31,608 11,751 5,062 985300 Shoe findings, except leather
971290 Other materials .......... Gross 22,794 15,296 13,858 and rubber ..................... .......... 125.567 600,666
971300 Button parts, backs, blanks, 987100 Coin-operated commodity vending
or molds .................. Gross 72,744 24,262 35,89? machines ...................... No.r 122 5,502 11,95e
Lamps and illuminating devices, 987200 Other coin-operated machines,
except electric: except musical ................ No. 317 19,191 $2,067
979100 Incandescent mantles .........N o. 265,793 14,585 6,610 990000 Household and personal effects .... ......... 1, 9 1,969,&
979200 Lanterns, wick ............... No. 166,950+ 117,452 465,430 All commodities exported for
979300 Gasoline pressure lamps, relief or charity:
lanterns, and parts ............ .......... 38,252 19,918 999810 Food ............................ .......... 127,488 997,240
979400 Other lamps, except 999820 Clothing ........................ .......... 3,59-603 7,460,737
electric .................... No. 28,894 59,558 2-?,347 999830 Blankets and bedding ........... .......... l-.176 240,572
979900 Other lighting devices and II999S40 Drugs and biological supplies ... .......... 1500 164,552
parts, n.e.s., except glass .... .......... 28,378 33.675 999850 Surgical anitr and hospital
980000 Natches .......................... .......... 66,923 371,426 supplies and equipment ......... .......... 561.477 590,746
980700 Fire-fighting equipment, except 999860 Ambulances and other motor
automotive fire engines .......... .......... 180,896 38,625 equipment ........................... 13,193 51,707
Manufactures of synthetic gums 999890 Other ................................... 209,759 417,487
and resins: 999910 General merchandise valued at
Molded products: $10 or less .................... .......... 3,3659 18,410,M6
981201 Phenol-formaldehyde, (This commodity number should
fabricated ................ Lb. 7.512 4,864 8.4e be applied to:
981205 Methyl methacrylate, (a) All single items of
fabricated ................ L. 7,75 13,086 a,4 Scheaule B commodities
981205 Nylon ....................Lb. ..... ........ valued at $0 or less.
981207 Urea-formaldehyde, (b) All totals of Senedule
fabricated ............... .L. 2,89 3.634 2,54 B medties...in..e
91980 Other synthetic guns and ite s of which are value<
resins ....................Lt. *D95 6,569 itW at $0 or less..
Other synthetic rosin products: 99950 Miscelianeous military and naval
981501 Phenol-formaldehue prousets, emulent, unciassified.. .... .. .... 33674 15,864
fabricated, except :olded.Lb., 5,'S 5.40 6,46 999 AL. articles, n.e.s ............. ....... 167, 176 1.975,002
























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:r'1 -7 : 7A" 1 .XPOW. T"' I ''081 J ER'"ADISE-['lLY, 194,-Continued


Co iShipp Camdity Shipping
Code No. Comondity description .N, .nIt hot Value code No. Coeodity i n
Oched- of 4antity quantity llase; tpn1ct"ed. of quantity quantIty (dollars)
ule b) e 0)

Total United States Gxperts .f ROUP O.-ANIMALS AND ANIMAL
mostl ano reign Be .......... 882,713,447 16,145,387,949 PRODUCTS, INEDIBLE-Continued

TetlUnte Stute U7par30UForeign Mehol 3.4,58130e 196,35272 074998 Furs, dressed or dyed ..........o. 34,886 29,994 9,699
Fur manufactures.............. .......... 8,357 296
40UP 00.-iN3IMAL; A.N oltl. 080905 Sperm and whale oil............ Lb. 42,585,685 10,985,961 42,505,691
PROSP13TS, b.0181 163,287 941,345 065700 Tallow, inedible.... L............
080500080901,
001000.. sls dbe.............. .......... 08098- Animal oi1s, fats, and greases,
001900 Animals, e 084900, inedible, ne.s............... Lb. 464,070 459,056 524,305
002000 Beef and veal, fresh or frooen.b. .......... ....... 085805003600 Seef, canned ................... L. 30,.*W7 15,211 10e,966 085898
002100. 090000- Live animals, inedible............ ........ 645 2,257
050 Other m e a ts........... Lb. 43,708 9,349 80,329 090900.Lb 1,8 8728888
5 1 Other meat...................Lb. 4%?D 9,349 60,2 093300 Bristles................_..Lb. 21,865 67,276 26,678
004500 09230000400 Sausage easinGs..............Lb0 28,25 29,837 31,40 0 Animal products, inedible, n.e.s.. .......... 4,255 15,318

Animal Oils and Fats, Edible...lb. ..-........ .... ...
00000 Milk and cream, fresh and
sterilized.................Gal......... ........... .. GROUP 1.-VEGETABLE FOOD
00100- Milk d Cream, Condensed and PRODUCTS AND BEVERAGES..... .......... 2,S33,529 66,3S4,071

00 G evaporated..................Lb. .......... ............. 105700 Rice, cleaned..................Lb 3,7352,695 105,151 5,759,527
Milk, dried................... Lb. .......... .......... ............. 107100 Wheat........................o.u 10,605 17,879 639,832
0084001030 Whaflu.......... w. 90 3859'S
006500 Butter........................I7b.-Wheat flour.................LbCwt.. 900 5,815 91,15
879. Cheese.........................Lb. 250 110 312 101100006850-105500, Infants' foods, malted milk,etc.Lb. 1, 644 714 2,688 105800- Grains and preparations, n.e.s.... .......... 13,277 165,860
008998 106100,
Fish and Fish Products: 107700Salted, pickled, or dry-cured: 109900
007800 Cod, haddock, hake, pollock, 110100cask........................Lb. 116,480 22,713 127,400 9900 Fodders and feeds...........L.Ton 807 5,798 1,841,8
007500- 120110007700,Basdrrp........Lb...... ..... .......
007901 Other........................Lb. 1,674 1,297 6,354 1010 Beans, dry, ripe.............Lb..
00799 1202530 Peas, dry, ripe...... .....Lb. 1,082,579 69,522 1,096,248
008400- 105
S Fish, canned.................Lb. 38,438 20,610 51,626 Vegetables, fresh or frozen....Il. 25,212 7,021 28,227
00?000-154100..
00400, Fresh or frozen............Lb. 37,280 61,168 45,87 154990 Vegetables, canned.............Lb. 208,575 45,191 266,020
009003- 15300000907 153988 Vegetables and preparations, n.e.. ........... .10,69 91,348
00098 Other fish and fish products, 130100 Bananas........................Lb. 5,384,377 274,919 5,408,778
n.e.s .....................:Lb: 649 580 1,27 150700 Pineapples, fresh.............Box 55 412 4,400
009400 Meat extracts .................Lb. 2,468 5,57 3,078 150500009598 Eggs and egg products............. ........... ......... ............. 130500 Fruits and preparations, n.e.a.Lb. 410,530 46,897 449,280
0090 130900009900 Edible animal products, n.e.s...... ........... 1,621 2,508 1sL5098
-- - ----- 157903 Almonds, sweet. Lb 7.95.....425........ 7,09 ,3 ,70
137905 Brazil or cream...............Lb. ..........
GROUP 0.-ANIMALS AND ANIMAL 137907 Filberts.......................Lb.........................
PRODUCTS, INEDIBLE..................... 11,760,911 43,360,030 1374001 157750
020101C- Lb 316,389 46370 325,407 13799' Nuts and preparations, edible,n.e.s. 3,270 1,95 5,3587
020104 PC. 8,801 .......... ............. 143100 Peanut oil, edible............Lb. ...........
020601- Lb............L. ........... .......... ............. 144901 Olive oil, edible..............Lb.
G00 Pip and calf skins.eLb. .......... _........................ 142000023001- lamb ki...........Lb. 29,895 6,441 59,935 145000,
SSheep an sins Pc. 8,706 .......... ............. 14410005010- oat and kid ins............I. ........ ........... ............. 144700, Edible vegetable oils, n.e.s...Lb. .......... 548,741 5,536,216
025016 Pc. ........... .......... ............. 14490505=00 14498
5 ices and skins, n.s... Lb. 297 446 297 130100 Cocoa beans....................Lb...................... .........
050000- 150200051930 Upper leather................... ......... 5,786 5,519 10300 Cocoa and chocolate............Lb. .... ......................
053650- 15000 Tea..........................Lb. 1853,560 1535,381 306,416
055930 Glove and garment leather...Sq.ft. .......... .... ..... ............. 151100- Coffee................ ..Lb. 78,770 12,833 80,415
035100- 151200...............Lb 7,7 1,65045
055510, 151300 Table beverage materials, n.e.s...................... .............
05500- Leather, n.e.s............................ 680 64 154901 Capsicum......................Lb. 1,65 331 1,636
035900 154902 Cinnamon.......................Lb. 14,902 8,204 13,543
154903 Cassia.........................Lb. 462 151 617
0800 2Leather manufactures.............. .......... 8,417 6,187 154905 Cloves, unground...............Lb. 100,964 21,492 105,803
Furs, undressed: 154907 Nutmeg, unground...............Lb. 25,026 10,840 "S,510
071300 154911 Plepper, unground ..............1,b. 28,001 3,816 28,804
071600 Fox........................No. 1,122 26,005 1,208 154911 Vanilla beans..................Lb. 3,809 25,865 5,135
071800- 1-4998 Spices n.e.................Lb. 131,249 40,288 144,297
071900 Muskrat....................No. 773 1,546 154 101910 Sugar.......................Lt. 990,110 39,920 1,017,193
071900162900072901 Coney, rabbit, and hare. No. 21,983 7,694 5,952 184700 Other related products.........L.......... 902,930 44,701,470
072905 Ermine and weasel.............o............. .......... ........... 170200072903 Fitch, and kolinsky........ ......... .......... ........ ... Malt liquors..................Gal. ...............................
9 Squirrel ...................No. 2,850 1,500 265 171600 Whisky...................Pf.Cal. 7,405 44,872 149,751
072908 Lamb, kid, sheep, and goat 110
skin furs...................No. 20,662 67,325 23,196 171900 Other distilled liquors....Pf.Gal. 15,816 53,914 210,30
071100- 17300 iines.......................Gal. ?,a64 Z1,299 151,540
072500,-7c
072300 Other......................o. 9,263 18,180 3,798 170110,
072998' 0 beverages and fruit juices, n~e.s. 3,093 13.971 30,980


















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4hubber crule ...... -Lb.; 1,3K,541 41 7,438 l4712 310 Iteo 1o
21160 ru b er La .............32119 is...r...e..~e .~.. .4 ........ 9
2 10- .,betic aaufcrelimd 19,nd sca n-.5....... n. ...
ru tre.. ..................Lb.. ......................... ....... .7.35
211600 320113,e.....- ite a -strn lnes Ltn7 a,5 7,8
or tre .. ...n e .. 1b.'
218800 Shellac La 191,771 77.4o4 1912 309
218600, 31241 Jut 0 5. ..c 4.....15 47.- 4.....6.6......6
418905- 3ums and resins, ....s Lb. 199,2591 44,01 20M0 322401 5asof Jute ... ..... 41,69 ..... ......
21895 321905 b.t urlaps ......... L -... ~ ... ......
200- Drugs, Herbs, Leaves, and Roots,310,
220988 Crude ........................Lb. 161,5971 56,466 188,285 32Q -.r ,ute aanufactures...La........................
4 22030 [Copra...............L...............................390 lla .arl .......... ...... ... ............. fnc...... ..............
4201000- 339935, )~aheap, and ramie
222020, ,Other oil seeds ................Lb. 491 20 5- manfactures, n.e.3 .............. .................2 3
222U98 35999
2200lcxpressed oils and fats, inedible:I 3411006- Cordage, except of cotton
2200 Coc onut oil ...... ............. b. .................................... .. or Jute .......... ...........La. 430 W07 44Z
224801- Fatty acids and vegetable soap 3,41998
Z24898 stock ................ ......Lb................ .................491 00- Vegetable fiber, straw, or
224901 Castor oil, commerial. Lb.. ......................................48998z graf, sanufoctures, n.e.s ...................14,E52 38,1
2290 Rapeseed and oiticica ol 3690 Crecol........Lb....... ........ .................
inedible ............... ....Lb. 183,252 4540 2590 300 lti2co.................Lb. 16,0406 946255 17,17,I"
224910 Tune oil ....................Lba..........- ........ 390 Cobawol..............Lba 4,7.9 4409 9, 275,004
224912 Soybean oil, crude........... Lb ........... ....... 380911.... Har, An-or, Cashmere, Alpine0,
264925 Palms and palm kernel oil. .... Lb. 717,160 70,494 717,160 etc .......................L 219,95 159,676 Z30,382
225100- 38 20- Wolr6 ,nis rc at b..................
223200, 382800ls ndwst .. b

22490-, 3348004 i L
224904' 36330 2. an .......... ........La. ......... ........................
801fabrics.,................Lb., 564 1,85 6829
224998 3610 -o1e and rues ............-S..yd. 546o 158 3.353
Essential or distilled oils- 3675t3.2-e ... .......4' 6
247100 Citrus oils .................Lb. 1,0201 15,2381 1,412 369951- eaigapr........................21 2
228800-36026900. 3b601-, Other wool or mohair manufactures.. ...............24,06 40.,0-,
227903- Other essential or distilled 76-99j8
227998 oils.... ......... ....-...Lb. 29,8381 44,895- 34,72' 3690,10-Hi n mau ctrs. ....Lb2
228000 iHlended, compounded or mixed 3690 .ar....a...t.e.L 40
Sperme-flavor oils.....L........... ..............3720 and an.cte......... ..... ..... .......10,988 85
233902 ;Quenracha extract...... ....... Lb0. 41,900: 3,519 42,xad8auacue0...... 3759
231100-Dyigndtnig640
233100, extracts, n.e.s ........... ...La ............ ......................... .3 4500- Other rayon and syig adtann ans h ed n thf ent L'> te..ile
233998 3tsn tct
240100 Alfalfa .......................Lb ................ .............3 15900 manufactures ..................... ................066 489
240200- coe...........Lb390 100- Coated or impregnated
240500 Clvr............ L. 11,626 9,417 1.1,841 39 1700 fabrics ........ I... I.......sj.yn. 1,689 553. 1,189
Z40600- Fil n rs ednes ,b 20 2 14 394050 Hat braids ann materials.2...0d. 535,596 9,6 86
241990 Fil3n9rs ses ~~ ..L. 20 4 4200-1.8
2470-Fowran egtbl ees...Lb 1,17 1,4 1,16 3590Hats and hat bodies ............2o...................
24700- 391800253500- 320
259898 Nursery and Greenhouse Stock..............................930 Other textile manufactures .......................1,821 21,099
261100 Cigar leaf ....................Lb...........................399900
261500 Perique leaf tobacco ...........Lb .....................................
261500 Foreign leaf, re-exported...Lb. 227,564 237,003 254,775 26010- GROUP 4 -8OOD AND PAPR .... ... 541,265- 6,796,652
260600, Other tobacco and manufatures.... 408 54 118;
262950
299909 Vegetable tallow and wax...Lb. 61,767 52,435 62,417 400100- Hardwood logs.... _Mbft91w 299M ;Vegetable ivory and taqua nuts.Lb. 444,4531 21,2051 447,59 400998 Kb~ ,6 138
295100, 4098 tc .(
29950vgtbl0136 0,9 Soteri ..au.ctrdco.... b..... .................216 41.. 8
299991, I1nedible vgtbeproducts,n.e.1.........____6___2.!i____ 7,__98 40 60299994 4060408900 Sawed tae...........M bd.ft....................................
GRsOUP 3.-TEXTILE FIBERSS AND 4100 orapak,and
MAZ4IFiCTUS..... ........... .....14,518,817 3,9,1 4380 sntis.............K bd. ft 13 400 46675
3('000414000-9
300-Cotton anmianufactured.. Lb...............225 219 190Onrscllpo.os.. at..................
30060.. 2091 Cooera~......................... .............,5 16,826
5032 otton semiimanufacturea ....Lb...................................24. m -le odlmnfcue.............8,1 ,4,
Cotton anat,ctares: ........9.....


blrse5.,d. ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ., .yd et............................60. Lub.t woo pulp
3nleU) ..........................................
30800- tnercoton fmerco......................................4602,
30899 48000- ther aperstoc...........................................

3119004. 46'ra ap.rl....................... 4 48899........
31400 .... 4720.....................,21l.. 3,7 118,
3110 :arrow f-r-os no-elatic .........................................471i40 8.X o pape ,t oae......... 4.10 00 4,2
3110 house furnishings.. ............. ........... ..................................6'99


391, Cotton manot.,etures............. 10 720 ther paperr and related products................ ,3 152,99


















Colll1 biuinu ........ L1 Xor 16 4 19,0 3, f I7 111
C odeo, Cam dit Ndescription and -ut Nt Value Cwmod.y ecriptiun and unit Net V alue.0

(Sc hd- of quanti t l ant ity ( ollars) pouns) (Sched- of quantity quantity (dollar.) (p aundh)

CROUP -N0 t.TALLIC MI.tALS ......... 1,134,788 a,437,179 GROUP 6.-METALS AND MANUFACT'RES, ECPT MACHINERY
S00100 coal: nhrce ..........L. ton .......... ...... .... AND VE.RICLES-Continued
600e0 Coal, bituminous ............. LtN 6 465 191,800 inn00011


$00300- Coal anI coke briiuets and 500
0400 coke ...................... 663500 Quicksilver or aercury......... Lb. 2,264 4,283 2,15
$016 % Aviation actor fuels... 61. 14,035 44,429 3,556,814 664520 Chroum....................... Lb. 627,100 10,239 527,300
663s25 Cobalt ....................... Lb .......... .......... .


o~ ,.p.o t ...... ...... 8 ,016 132,178 ..o........... ,a
0 Other actor fuols and gasoline....in ....0.81000024900 Ke ro ..... ..... ...... .......... ............. Other nonferrous ores, metals and
60000 Gas oil and distillate fuel 666 alloys except precious..................... 10,170 71,68
oi .......................... Bbl 5,210 13,911 1,531,670 6645 a os ce ris .........





100| .........R 64 30
505100 Residual e o l.......... ..6 669198
501103.. 892000- Precious metals and plated ware,
sW *o Other petroleum products..7,506 178,18 899700 except jewelry and gold and
silver ore, bullion, and coin.... ....... 6,353 226
65 300- ._....
56900




61010-Ma1 5" rbe, stone, and anufactures.............. 1,137 43,905 GROUP 7.-MACHINERY AND
61 90 VEICLES ..................... .......... 570,164 84,925
6700 Cement and manufactures.................................... ..




SI ?OoO- 700000 Gem cner ry accessories,...... .... ........ 8593l 6,015
1710 Lime........................ ......................................ccessories, and parts ....... 7,531 8,01






54s20 esGla s ucurs......... tO 63 700-.... .. ..........39B 06Z
54100 9Glass.......................... .......... .399 86 07 Signal and communication devices.. .......... 11,725 4,29
57900900 Unfilled glass containers......... .......... 66,767 2,171,563 701300707590, Other electrical machinery and
Other glasware................... .......... 97 207 709200- apparatus............................... ..... 32,836 48,215
S50500-709998
Clay end products.......................... 2,930 11,681 711100. Power-generating machinery, except
6579986 71900 electrical and automotive........ .......... 1,185 811
Abrisives, natural................22,918 136 720100- Construction and conveying
729100 machinery ........................ .......... 837 646
541900 Abrasives, artifici al........................ .......... .............. 70 inng and in machinery .......... 4
70 736900 Mining, well and pumping machinery 2,340 5,176
54605- A s and manufactures ..................... 0 6 615 74000-1
59 A os ndutr ...... .. Metal-working machinery........ ............. 8,637 23,349
647000- Asphalt and bitumen and manu- 75000
547100 factures................................. 1 4,400 7500 Knitting machinery and parts...... .......... 125 37
547201- 3raphite andL carbon or graphite750-Otetxilswngadhe Mua r nc a14in2 750500- Other textile aing and shoe
6409 products.................................. 14.. 14 ,120 757500 machinery........................ ............... 9,024 5,616
5100 Mica end manufactures. Lb 22,59 27,915 25,49 790- Other industrial machinery........ .......... 4,859 8,231
$96001- 1
6 00 Quarts crystals................... .......... 501 1,543 775200- Accounting and calculating








56008-. 900
69500 rs.776100 machines, and parts.............. ............................
549000, Other office appliances........... ........... 1,550 7,600
571400- Other nonsemetallic mineral
779000588000, products, except precious........ ........ .......... .............. 779500 Printing and bookbinding machinery .......... 427 43
596010 780000- Agricultural machinery and
596098 789998 implea nts ................................. 29,561 301,32
699006 Diamonds, industrial.........Carat 47,300 122,299 41 790101 m les............................... 29,561 30
599098 Other precious, synthetic, and 79190 Automobiles....................... .......... 922 3,770
imitation stones, including 793200peals ..................... ............ 814,26 116 79 Aircraft................................. ..............
794505GROUP 6.--TALS AND MANU- 794611,
FACTURES, EXCEPT MACHINERY 794801- Other aircraft instruments
AND V CLES................. .......... 239,982 26,683,617 794998 parts and accessories............ ........... 131,509 29,047
794705, Aircraft engine parts
600100 Iron ore.....................L.ton 11,580 34,415 2,939,200 794798 and accessories.................. .......... 57,811 11,132

601600 Pig iron and scrap.......... L.ton ...................... ......... Watercraft and parts........................ ...207,680 205,580
60160- 795000604200 Ingots, bars, plates, etc......................................... 79500
604300- Other steel mill products, except 795700- Other vehicles and parts, except
609900 castings and forgings............ .......... 76 100 799500, military................................... 4,422 6,889
slo000- 193, 799993610900 Castings and forgings..........Lb. 19,53 3,196 19,31 9998
61120G.- 799601- Ordnance combat vehicles and
611900 Cutlery and parts.......................... 15,959 245 9985 parts ...................................... 57,385 150,249
615300- Tools............................ .......... ..107,918 7,021 GROUP 8.-CH ICALS AND RE617898 RU -HNIASA E
617900- harda re...... ............. .......... 672 1,070 T PRODCTS............... .......... 295,374 6,498,264








6200-alrdm and .................. ....... 674.070 15 rprain ........... ..... 0042.1
618800
61890G- 8 01-4 C o
000 Sewing machine and other needles.M 1,713 5,023 901 Colors, dyes, ann stains. Lb. 3,046 27,146 97,644
619100- 8000061900 Sprocket and other chains .. Lb........... ............. .. 8 02800, Other coal-tar products.............................. ..............
620S20- 806130620540 Metal drums and containers........ .......... 2,409 30,652 806998
612100- 811905 Fish oils and concentrates.....Lb. 87,312 27,146 97,644
611280, 811998 Vitamins and vitasterols,n.e.s.Lb. 2 450 4
619610-81200062000, Other iron and steel manufactures. .......... 2,608 9,929 812300 Biologics......................... .......... 921 52
620905-. 812403- Druggists$ nonproprietary
620996 812798 preparations..................... ............... 21.612 3,134
62298 Ferrotungsten..................Lb. ................... ............. 814800-parations ......... S079 14223
62503- 818098 Pep,
622095, Other ferro-alloys............Lb. ...................... ............. 811100622098 811300, Other medicinal and pharmaceutical
629000.- 813506- preparations ..................... .............10,0641 20,612
69 Aluminum and manufactures......... .......... 1,054 455 08 rpros....... 10051424
6401- 820000- Chemical specialties .............. .............20,022i 102,851
643 Copper and manufactures........... .......... 1,201 6,128 829990
644000- Brass and Bronse manufactures..... ........... 9 80 830200 Tartaric acid..................Lb. 46,752 33,993 50,891
947998 830990 Arsenious oxide................Lb. .................................
6590 Lead 'knd manufactures............. .......... 75 229 83000,
4501- Nickel and manufactures........... ................... 830307- Other acids and anhydrides.....Lb. .......... .......................
T65 in8 and. mna.s..... 830992656502 Tin and manufactures ........................ 4,1737,80 83099
658398 809





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UNITED STATES EXPORTS OF FOREIGN MERCHADISE-JULY, 3194-Continued

Camodity Camedity
code No. Camodity description and unit Net Value Shipping code No. Camodity description and unit Net (Value
(Sched- of quantity quantity (dollars) ei (Sched- of quantity quantity (dollar)
his 8) (pounds) Ulm B) ..........


GROUP 8.-CHEICALS AND RE- GOUP 9.- MSCE-AEUS-Cm .
LATED PRODUCTS-Continued
83483650 Iodine, crude and resublimed ... ..................... .............
851000- 91909
WS46 LO,40 Other industrial chemicals ........ .......... 9,722 517.85 9211O0- ,'
8 Other industrial heicals.................. 9,722 517, 92900 Musical instruments.......................... 1,257 "0
839898 50
840100- 9501(00- se~noso~ s...+
44210 Pigments, paints, and varnishes ... .......... 7,052 84,450 9399 Miscellaneous office supplie............... 80,528 722
850919 Sodium nitrate.................Lb. 1,440,000 28,666 1,440,450 4000 Toys, athletic and sporting goods. ........... .,285 Z,
850500- 90 I
850905, Other nitrogenous fertilizer 94600 Miscellneous litary equipment............ 5 44,M1
850925- materials.....................Lb. ......... ......... ............. 940 Fireams, a niti, and fire861000 ~94001- Fiearm, ammunto, and fire- 31, Z7 6
85101-0 949798 works............................ ......... 569,61
85301- potassic fertilizer materials..Lb. 4,050,850 75,670 4,0S7,890 951000- .......... 10,36 6,21
851510- 951600 Book and pamphlets ..........................|
852000, ter fertilizers and fertilizer 955001, plans and specification s
854000- products ......................... .......... ...................... 950..............................
1X .. . ..o. . .. . . ... ..9.0 +:+++ ++ .... ...

890, Explosives, fues, and blasting 955098- Maps, pictures, and other printed .
86200.1xlosves fses an bastng9S65(30 matter, except military ....................
Cape ................................................................. 9500, atreet lt........
871000)- I "700)0- Cokwths n at ....+.....
872900 Soaps..........................Lb. 58,713 31,946 101,826 Clocks, watches, and parts........ .......... .1722 SI
873400- Dentifrices.................... Lb. 478 680 890 961000 Art works......................... .......... 6,109 1,118
873500 90200874000- Other soap and toilet Jewelry................................ ...
677000 preparations..................... .......... s.5 21,04 9 o uhd
899999 990000 Household and personal
effects.......................... .......... 15,014 767
GROUP 9.-MrsCELANBOUS................. 1,645,097 1,926,715 999810- All coamodities exported
9050- ,999890 for relief or
914000 Photographic and projection goods .........a 50,523 20,822 charity......................... .......... 206 691
91490191691 Military equipment, apparatus
1 9 and parts containing 9W9910 General merchandise valued at
optical elements................. .................... ............. $10 or lees ...................... .......... 7 572
919050919096 Military equipment, apparatus 999950 Miscellaneous military and naval
and parts aot containing eq ue us adlt ed ..
optical elements........................... 841,967 63,095 eqnma t, unlass ed............................
914200- Scientific and professional 968000- o
915800 instruments, apparatus, and other articles, n.e....................
919005, supplies, except mlitary................. 20,252 2,169 0































































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