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United States exports of domestic and foreign merchandise (including exports under the lend-lease program)
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"Report no. FT 400."
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Full Text




OMAREE r 010aitlc BUREAU OF THE CENSUS
MWI A. WALLACII Sv r Washinte. 2S, D. C. J. C. CAPT, Diw ter







REPORT NO. FT 400- .;2I...._'




UNITED STATES EXPORTS

OF DOMESTIC AND FOREIGN MERCHANDISE


(INCLUDING EXPORTS UNDER THE LEND-LEASE PROGRAM)



UN'4VQ FL LII.

October 1945


UL. DEPG@TOR


COMMODITY TOTALS




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



S&MW~t-rI8RY r .ERSlIY

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




FEBRUARY 1946



















" .' Bureau of the Census

I. C. Capt, Director
PHILIP M. HAUSER, Assistant Director #to Ic .10MORRIS H. HANSEN, Statistical ,Assistant to the Director
".". A. ROSS ECKLER, Chief Social Science Analyst HOWARD C. GRIEVES, Chief Economist RALPH E. GALLOWAY, executive Assistant to the Director

Foreign Trade Division J. EDWARD ELY, Chief IRVING WEISS, Assistant Chief Export and Shipping Statistics-William C. Flaherty Export Statistics-Milton Kaufman













Report No. FT 400

Prices for Report No. FT 400 are as follows:

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

First six months of 1942 total for six
months, individual calendar months shown separately ...... ....... .................5

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








TABLE OF CO!'TEI!TS

Group
Code NumberDescription P~


Exports of Domestic Merchandise ........................................ 2
00........,.Animals and Animal Products, Edible .............................. 2

0....... ......Animals and Animal Products, Inedible ............................. 2

loo.......,.Vegetable Food Products and Beverages.......................... 3

2* ........... ,Vegetable-Products, Inedible ..................................... 5

3............. Textile Fibers and Manufactures.................................. 6
4#*..... .. .,,.Wood and Paper. ... .. .. .. ............................... 9

............. Nonm~etallic Minerals...... 0...................................... 11
6......... ...,Metals and Manuactures ................................... 12

7 .............. Machinery and Vehicles .......................................... 16
8.... ........,Chemiicals and Related Products .................................. 21
9........ miscellaneous .. ... ..*... 0.......................... 25

Exports of Foreign Merchandise........................... .............. 32

00..............Animals and Animal Products, Edible.............................. 32

0o ... ,.,,,,,,Aniasand Animal Products, Inedible ........................... 32

1#... ....... Vegetable Food Products and Beverages ............................ 32

2.......,....,.Vegetable Products, Inedible................................... 33

3 .............. Textile Fibers and Manufactures.................................. 33
4*... . . .. . .,Wood and Paper. ..................................... 34
5............. Nonm~etallic Minerals........................................... 34
6 .......... .. .Metals and Manufactures................................... 34

7 ........... Machinery and Vehicles .......................................... 35
8.............. Chemicals and Related Products................................... 35

9*.......... ...Miscellaneous ............. .. ........................... 35













UNITED STATES EXPORTS OF DOMESTIC MERCHANDISE

OCTOBER 1945



,y Cion-ocity, description and unit Net value commodity oascrloti, n A el Nt tb
at quiantity quantity (dollars) of quantity



TOTAL U, IlTO STATES EXPORT OF DOMES- GRU -AWL 40AIA RD
TIC 4 AD FOREIGN MERCHANDISE..............624,0 16,0.6.3 ACTS, ED ISLE -Comt intred

TOTAL IlilTED STATES EXPORT. OF DOMES- FISH
T iC M4ERCHANDISE ................... ...........40.511030 5.916.866,852 fresh fish:
-- 007000 Salmon ................ ...Jt 3o.I? d.:,97
GROUP 00.-A41IOALS AND ANIMAL 007100 Otter ..................... .I1t,l 3203 7.01 J09,7
PRODUCTS, EDIBLE ................ ......... 16,723,75d I00,Gdii,04u 007ZO00 Oysters, fresh, In the small ... W. 6.-4 2,991 7,6,11
007300 Oysters, fresh, shucked. frozen,
ANIMALS, EDIBLE or in ice .......... ........o. 1111,301 tO,990 s07.97.
007400 Shrimp, fresh. frozen, or in
0i~uOO Cattle for oreeding...... .......no 1.283 223,970 634,0&5 ize.......... ..............Is, 0,716i e,50 z7.600
GO1200 Other cattle. ..................no 267 16,671 140,126 0075001 Stritoo, oiled........... .....1, lj,6oh o4,27 145*n
001300 dogs (.ee..................no 669 32,25i 220,313 Fish, salted, elckilea, or cry.
Ou ibOO Sheep .......... .......... .... "no 413 6,032 41,1b4cuee
001900 Poultry, live .................10o. 10,498 12,274 15,560 007700 Salmon ............. .......N 49 1,10 9
007000 Coo. haddock, hike, Pollock,I
MEAT PRODUCTS tusk ....................-.10. 99,l12 .06 l0,a
Beef and veal, except canned: 007901 HIerr ing ..................-.10. 42,86 1 i99
002u00 Fresh or frozen ......... ......to.. 26,9 :767 227.070 aoxs.........I. 4.0 ,07 303:1
002100 P ickled or ca red.... .........It0.. 1,623.1do 260,6S0 1,601,071 007990 Other fi salted. pickled, or
002200 ifOre neat (all k inds) ..... .0. J103,272 40,86 375,629 ie~ax........1. .7 ,9 .1
SLFish, t--ne, Pork, except conned: 040 Slnn..........t ,6.0 4,0 ,3,4
002700 Fresn. or frozen Pork. I...to.. 119.900 32,57d 129,170 00800 Sfreine... ............... 1,79722 2,07 5.,93,12
00OO0 Ham and snoalders, cared...to.. 624,330 44,936 100,70080: Sr, .......... R , 1, .3,2
002900 Bacon ........................To.. 65.452 2t.42* 0,07 a.30...C............nt 900 leckQ
003000 Camberland ad Wiltshire n..........l. 60 2d
a1OOftO3 flvirlg..................It. i3.29d 2,9,46 la900
003200 Other por, pIcIf a or 089 tr. Afo ecn
salted ........... ..........t. 1,05b,01 146,673 1.426,908 tlfn........1. 2192 4,1 3,9
0040 Mttn ndlas eeen cneo(.l.. 12,10,i 34, 10 1207 Sh-llf-s: 7,0
00300Hutonandlab (xcotcaned..1..t2S7211008700 Shrino ...............10. Ai,o,640 o 0,0
002600 Sausage, onlogna, ano frank- ooi Lbtr........l. ,04 ,710,9
fiijrters, eep Caed 1 7:1.9 2236 00,A 80d31 C-4s next em, ...... ..............
002j600 eef, canne...............1.. Z2.6 0 5,001 .6,195S Oy0 ln e ytrl. 782 o07I.L
002700 Port, canned ........ ..........It0.. 166,291 64,962 122762 006960, ClIi O Ae.0..................lbT.. 294,9 03,34 11,6U0
002900 Sausage, ooloqna. and frank- 1191 Oh,.........._l- 74b q3278
furtera. conned ................lo.. 3,343,693 987,1]3 4,209,856 009003 I1-vvster. fresh... ........_.....5 50,017 il~i 71,089
020Chicken, canedo....... I.........Ist.. 72,520 S03.194 0.6 005Cos roh.........a 20bb i7
0030901 Tuhna coeo.......10.0.0 50469007 Claims, fresh .........~.........It 430 72 99
003909 Other canned neat .........Ito.. 94,476 /.5,208 136,661 n.e.s...........It "9.OS, 25.391 1 18,191
004000 Poaltry and game rest or
frozen........................Iso.. 86.640 20.302 96,777 OTIER EDOdLE AINAL PRODUCTS
004100 Eidneys ano livers, fresh, frozen, Eggs and egg products,
or cured, except canned ... t.. I 11,189 3,633 12 -2h9 000200 Eggs in the hl......de 1.629,95i 74b .829 s,199,39
041400 Tongoles, fesh, frozen, Pickled, O3 19auh(f Ii
orcae except canned. Is....t.. 464 174 496o 00e30 E aae (fr"ze, 747
Adn0 asage ingradiants, salted or o ~evs rsre) I, 942 1.2 ,4
otherwise cured, exceot cannoa..10.. 61,052 2,4725 S2 &Z2 Other ego oroacO.:
004600 Oter meats, exzeot canned ...o.. 2,417 271 2,56I7 009306, D Ieo... ...........I. 1270 26611,0
00030 7 Frozen.............. .......I. d,3051S 1,760
niST dles 'ui, r a ozeasands:I
004h0f doeg.... ............ 8,19 4,7 4Llb_...... I...... 109-9 409.462 173.70940,atetrcs1s clo
09i::'oe.................I .........Io- i9i2 942 1002 UKUG4a 9.631 l41nt5
00400 eef.................Is. 20,19 4,67 41,10 0950 !Geliti, NobCle............I 16294 0,1 7.4
00400 Otner .....................It.. 58,761 62,270 72,030 0000 Eool anima I rh cs ~~............2511,

ANIMAL OILS 6ll0 FATS, EDIBLE GOUP 0.- Ai 4L AID OI IMAL.
0 000 Olo oil .................I.............t. ....... ....... ........ _RdCS IIO2E............01106 1,3,0
006400 Oe s tock ............. .......I... 0 .006 1.261 9,260 1 OIES AID SKllS, RAN. EXCEPT FJRS
003200 Talloi, editle ......... .......1. ,I32'l1 201 1.:9196 020,01 Cattle hid0es. dry, over
000200 Lard (natural lard included) ...1. 10,662,161 1,667.120 11I,776,62s, 1i toan&....................].........
O0*oOO Oleo stearic ...... I............It..................................I020101 Cattle MSoe, dry, over
006900 Oleomargarine or animal or 02 poxeas. quantityony pe .
vegetable fats ................It. 3,248,673 574.779 2.,36.132 020102 Cattle hies et, Ve
23pond.............I, 496,00 $4210 3,000
0AIRY PRODUCTS 020C4 Catl bl' t totOve
Milt and cream: 25la~.qth 0 ~y ae. to 000..............
006000 Fresh and sterilized ....gal.. 33,039 2430 427:662 02060, ;Calf skins. ory, not her tI 7
006100 Condensed, sweetened .... .1. 1,626,101 270:, t17 2034,12 9 "unaso.......................ItI 74
006200 Evaporated, answeetened... .b. 22,987.615 2,64.3 29.900.993 020602iC.lt skies, ory, not over
006300 Dried shole milk .............It0 4,047,392 4.73,5 6,177,491 6 Pounds, quantity only .....stae. $.....
0106400 Dried skis sill,...... .........Is. 10,147.39b 1,6b7,716 14444 203Cl ss wentoe
00603 !atr aul.........t 0,6 193 0. 12 pounds ......._..............t..... ..
000 570 Batter oil. .lb..............._0 ..... .......... .....20604'Calf, skims. vet, pot over
006690 dotter xernaas ................-........... .......... ......020701 12 P sdr. Rantity oly~ ice..
Cheese: ti. skmdrat coer
Processed. stneo And spreads: 12 Poands ...... .............. I). .... ....
006150 ?rocesseo American Cheddar ...lo. 1,242,104 406,3i43 t,313.46 020702 .p skies, or7. notove
006700 Otter osmoseaprocessed.... o 00 t 12 fooas, goantity oly,. ve ....._i.......
tlenma an spre ass It 93,do 24.707 11 J.i 0270 li shins, seat, ext over
Caees hillt.er or not in2 a~ns....................It0
original loaves. enceot any 02 0 70Nti stint. at. not over
cheese Poecessed other te~n 2- pOandS. quantity ........e..
p7 Yaioision into Pieces: 022100 1-0ee stint, dry ..............I A.0 305 9,7i6
006796 Americon cheadar ..............10. ;: 5,0D,299 1,660,432 6. 2489,la 7 O2082J Steo sk ,y_ or1............pi.ce.....
006790 Other ....... I................I. 43 H,037 17,66 60i,692 022003 Steep Nstis, at...............l, .... .............
lofsnits, end oletetic foods* 0204(he'kins vet.............iDet..... ................ ............
006060 Chiefly tilt tase.... ........I t. hh3.700 331,034 $dS,97? U2OO)Loot ske r...... ...........................
006600 Other (for ate in milk 0300L'ot skn. r........pee
formlee)......... .......It. 1,2,004 61.403 262' 207uLs ks.mt........I.
Oterovr 1rd s 0200 Loot sn ..t.... Oc........
006904 Malted mIlk, compoands. oa 00i ntsis..........I..................
mitaex...........It 21676 103.506 60,2 202motSiS pee1....................
006g0d I.cra ...er mix Cd ... 00sknsI
preartint...........I. 7.,6980 9,07 104,017 0 0 i ki,............0C ..4
0046 diry rdts ~~ 0 24,k01 2,629 27.i,139 023050 ''oes and shins. rue, n'es. t., *i,1*I 1,2 4,









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UNITED STATES EXPORTS OF DOMESTIC MERCHANDISE

OCTOI 1945

Cm- Coeee.- modI t Snipping Ity hppn
Comoesty description end it Rat Value nulg it Commodity description and unit Net Value shipping
806 of quantity quantity (dollars) pond.c) oe of quantity quantity (oa (pilna)
(Speds (SNose.


GROUP 0.-ANINALS AMD ANIMAL GROUP 0.-ANIMALS AND ANIMAL
PRODUCTS, IREDISLE-Continped PRODUCTS, INEDItLE-Continusd

LEATHER LEATHER MANUFACTURES-Continued
1ier leather: Belts (worn on the personn:
Cattl, side upper- 069710 Leather ........................... .......... 36,598 11,184
Grail- 089790 Other materials........... ....... .......... 64,901 34,243
00000 'lack ..........0......eq.ft. 23,67 7,7 ,08 09890 Leather wearing apparel, except
0100 Other................... ft 71.19 256,812 276,190 belts, gloves, and footwear................... 14,841 5,042
SP ite- 089900 Leather manufactures, n.e. .................... 81,657 54,232
030200 Finished...............sq.ft, 71,611 18.932 16,921
030300 Was and rough..............b 2,037 918 2,214 FIlS AND MANUFACTURES
Calf led kobCac Furs, undressed:
030410 siddes................. ft. 30,926 1,708 6.383 071100 Civet cat............ .......no ................... ..............
00420 1o skine............sqI.tt. 97,31 50,734 12.898 071300 Silver and black fo..........no. 2,08 51,10 2,879
Oth er- 071400 Red fox ....................... no., 41,085 172,751 28,997
0300 Sde ................... sq.ft. 48,19 1,821 07100 Other fox ......................no.. 31.037 195,130 26.029
0020 Wle skins...........eq.ft.. $6,971 27,693 071800 Muskrat, northern..............no. 18,428 180,317 22,370
0700 Sheep and leeb...........q.ft, 9,70 22,93 ,0 071900 Muskrat, southern............. no., 306,735 268,898 25,034
Goat and kid- 072100 Raccoon ......................no. 71,132 134,327 36,825
030800 *lack..................sq.ft.. 1,037,110 905,73 106 963 072200 Skunk.........................no. 151,462 290,820 50,609
080900 Other................... sq.ft 358,943 99,074 39587 072300 Opossum ......................no. 1,579,990 1,297,500 352.703
03110 Deer and elk.............. q.ft.' 68.078 12,81 14,8393 072500 Mink..........................no. 2,534 66,05 803
031190 UNpper leather exceptt lining 072901 Coney. rabbit, and hare........no.. 119,137 55,980 28.271
and patent), n.e. .........qft 8,847 17,13 12,973 072903 Ereine and weasel..............no., 1,546 247 103
Patent apper leather: 072905 Fitch and kollinsky.............no.. 1,189 1,338 18
031210 Cattle...................sq.ft. 7.017 22,606 9,179 072907 Squirrel.....................no., 34,931 27,279 1,730
031990 Other.......................sq.ft. 2,168 74 250 072908 Lamb, kid, sheep and goat ...... no. 59,576 88,325 4,220
Lining leather: 072998 lUndressed furs, n.e.s..........no., 159,399 182,470 34,796
092100 Sheep and lamb..............sq.ft. 89.84 8,569 7,63 03300 Furs, dressed or dyed;
032300 Other....................eg.lt 8,522 1,028 986 073700 Fox, silver and black .......... no.. 570 9,913 586
09900 Sole leather (bends,. bck, and 073700 Muskrat..................... no. 38.8958 62,723 5,140
sides)........................... 156,770 79,249 157,747 074400 Fur-seal ......................no., 341 22,338 305
'oot and shoe cut stock; 074903 Lambk and sheep.................no, 25,584 162.270 21,534
032700 Soles, outer..............dez.prr 3,647 15,30 21 78 074998 Dressed or dyed furs, n.e.s....no. 66,559 94,861 13,544
032800 Other cut stock............................. 989 1576 075300 Fur wearing apparel..............no.. 3,193 277,449 11,368
03300 Selg leather ................. lb., 8,89 8,682 68 075800 Fur waste, fur pieces, and
3310 Sle, acting, and belting .......lb. 81 damaged fur skins .................... ........ 52.884 31.375
leather effal...................lb. 91,323 33,413 91,778 075900 Fur manufactures, n.e.s....................... 325,807 82,800
Goe end areent leather) ANIMAL OILS AND GREASES, INEDIBLE
(hat leather included):
039850 Sheep end lamb..............sq.ft. 221,014 54,113 25,069 080300 Neat's-foot oil.................. 1b., 1,100 345 1,234
033880 Pig and bhog..............sq.ft. 21,308 6,094 2,636 080901 Lard oil.........................lb., 10,966 890 12,989
033350 Other......................sq.ft. 12,408 2,532 1,987 080908 Sperm and whale oil.............. lb., 550 77 596
03300 Upholstery and automobile 080998 Inedible animal oils, n.e.s ...... lb., 80 134 107
leather...................... sq.ft. 61,457 10,780 14,226 081900 Fish oils, except medicinal...... lb, 2,619,653 264,335 2,932,293
0386SO0 Case, bag and strap leather 084300 Grease stearin .................. lb.. ..................................
(handbag leather, except 084700 Oleic acid, or red oil..,....... 1b.l 46,307 8,276 53,155
reptilian, aquatic, and 084900 Stearic acid..................... lb., 266,649 46,024 271,548
fancy included...............sq.ft, 18,916 4,837 2,647 085700 Tallow, inedible................. lb., 209,426 21,665 253,978
038700 Reptilian and aquatic leather, 085805 Hog grease and wool grease....... lb., 126,301 25,486 189,720
for all purposes...............lb 1,588 14,804 2,097 085898 Inedible animal greases and fats
08900 Leather and tanned (except lubricating greases),
skins, n.es. ..................... .......... 43,049 251,584 n.e.s ........................Ib, 20,706 2,634 24,11S

LEATHER MANiUFACTURES OTHER INEDIBLE ANIMALS AND
080000 Leather welting.................... .......... 28,272 29,245 ANIMAL PRODUCTS
Boots, shoes, and other footwear Animals:
with leather uppers: Horses:
Boots and shoes: 090000 For breeding .................no. 702 106,195 636,460
Men's: 090100 Other......................no., 203 24,785 188.165
06181 McKay saevwed..............pair. 38,943 109,975 94,692 090300 Mules, asses, and burros.......no 93 58,715 292,670
064530 Welt.....................pair.. 34,448 118,790 102.675 090900 Live animals, n.e.s.......................... 46,095 46,589
05540 Stitchdown............... poir. 11,477 39,775 26,719 092300 Feathers, crude, not dressed.....b. 697,318 5,314 701,658
064590 Other.................. pair.. 20,607 56,716 56,621 092900 Feathers, dressed, and manu064800 Youths' and boys'..........pair., 28,470 61,046 68,084 lefacturers of feathers............... .......... 36,578 143,820
Women's and misses'- 083500 Bristles, sorted, bunched or
064710 McKay sewed.............pair. 32,759 88,201 51,162 prepared....................... lb. 283 4,934 342
064730 Welt ....................pair. 18,950 53,540 33,141 Glue of animal origin:
064740 Stitchdown...............pair. 11,709 25,593 17,276 094208 Casein give ....................lb., 63,964 15,213 89,224
084750 With cemented soles......pair. 86,427 215,928 117.000 094298 Other......................... lb. 265,796 58,308 277.788
065795 Other.................... pair.. 4,509 15,724 6,524 099905 Casein, inedible................. lb., 3,650 1,105 3,851
0649800 Infants' and children's ....pair.. 59,810 65,856 39,364 099923 Mother-of-pearl shells,
06500 Slippers and moccasins for unmanufectured................o. .......... .......... .............
housewear, all leather .... pair. 21,932 43,905 32,119 09992 Other shells, unmanufactured ..... lb 1,728 332 180
oots, shoes, and other footwear, 099998 Animal products, inedible, n.e.s .............. 87,803 262,681
with uppers of materials except
leather: GROUP I.-VEGETABLE FOOD
085610 Leather-soled................paIr. 46,872 93,869 64,238 PRODUCTS AND BEVERAGES................... 86,29,345 2,308,514,375
065690 Other........................pair, 84,473 137,315 109,582
065900 Discountinued models, old styles. GRAINS AND PREPARATIONS
and second-hand shoes .............. .......... 302,474 1,389,848
067200 Leather gloves and mittens...doz.pr. 1,005 10,581 4,009 101100 Barley (bu.48 lb.)............... bu. 1,036,010 1,761.405 50,00.8,761
068000 Leather belting, now ............. lb. 79,700 137,248 86,832 101300 Malt (bu.34 lb.)................. bu, 476,015 999,497 16,355,099
068510 Harness, saddlery and nwhips ................... 11,477 9,265 102100 Buckwheat (bu.48 lb.).......... .. 146 304 7,000
Women's and children's handbags, 103100 Corn (bu.S6 Ib.).................bu. 264,880 437,564 14,849,131
oocketbooks, and purses: 103200 Cornmeal (bbl. 196 lbt.)......... bbl 6,657 44,214 1,31,1598
068800 Leather........................no. 10,772 35,457 15,652 103300 Hominy and corn grits ............b. 1,132,676 55,765 1,156,101
068900 Other materials.............. no. 62,063 121.675 70,947 103500 Grain Sorghums (bu. 56 lb.) ..... bu., 384 820 21,670
Card cases, change purses, 103700 Corn cereal foods, ready to eat..Ib., 482,368 53,005 65.088
wallets, and similar articles: 104100 Oats (bu. 32 Ib.)................ bu. 345,008 297.910 11I,03,077
069200 Leather....................... no. 53,682 48,194 II,129 Oatmeal, groats, and rolled oats:
069300 Other mlaterials................no. 5,714 3,750 1,647 104300 In bulk, sacks, or bags.......... 332,843 17,962 335,583
Luggage and related articles: IO 00 In packages, cases, or
069o10 Leather.......................no. 3,982 18,638 10,467 cartons ......................lb 2053,431 249,597 2,692,267
0695901 Other materials................no. 17,57 26.419 28,083 105500 Paddy or rough rice.............. b. 2,741,929 103,500 2,751,796














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Con- ConOc- modCommodity description and unit met Value So g Commodity description and unit get alie S
clo. ofQuantity quantity (dollars) ( o. of quantity quatity (dollars)
(Scnns. (Scned.le B) ____ea )dollar,

GROUP I.-YEFTABLE FOOD PRODUCTS GROUP I .-VEGETABLE FOOD PRODUCTS
AND BEVERAGES-Continued AND BEVERAGES-Continued

GRAINS AND PREPARATIONS-Continued FRUITS AND PREPARATIONS-Continued
105700 Nilled rice (including brown Fruits, fresh or frozen-Continued
rice, broken rice and rice 130800 Lenons and lines.............box.. 49.506 288,813 4,295,667
screening).....................,lb. 43,219,174 3,042,144 43,554.954 130500 Oranges and tanoerines ........box.. 43,193 1,779,281 36,761,212
105800 Rice flour, meal, and polish.....lb.. 31,877 2,659 32,273 130700 Pineapples..................box.. 91 555 6,885
106100 Rye (bu. 56 lb.)................. bu 484.662 838,572 27.290,268 130900 Cherries.......................lb.. .................................
107100 Wheat (bu. 60 lb.).............bu.. 26,911,629 50,296,554 1,600,520.19S 131000 Apples In baskets...........bkt.. 5,113 23,399 265,135
107300 Wheat flour, wholly of United 131100 Apples In boxes...............box.. 92,346 365,839 11,618,498
States wheat................cut.. 2,096.996 7,803,624 210,953,401 131200 Apples In barrels.............66l.. .......... .......... ............
107400 Wheat flour, not wholly of 131300 Serries.....................l1).. 466,935 90.103 537,691
United States wheat............cwt.. 267.116 1,006.098 26,796.511 131410 Watermelons....................lb.. 20,690 137 20,690
107700 Macaroni and spahettl products..b.. 464,573 48,628 554,939 131450 Other melons................lb. 303,648 16,995 336,3
107800 Siscuits and crackers..........lb.. 780,55 168,53l 1,052,989 131500 Grapes.....................lb.. 20,288,639 1,413,049 22,857,824
108000 Wheat cereal foodsready to eat..1b. 508,543 90,930 632,431 131600 Pears.........................b.. 11.3115,078 808,812 12,596.580
108100 Wheat cereal foodsto be cooked..lb.. 571,932 49,323 685,982 131700 Peaches........................lb.. 1149,946 23.339 ,94,%98
109000 Wheat semolina................ .b 30,000 1,605 34,000 131800 Prunes and ploms...............lb.. 661,449 59,803 721,710
109500 Cereal foods, n.e.s...........fb.. 276,126 51,201 334,039 131910 Apricots......................b.. ................... ..............
109900 Grains and preparations, n.e........ .......... 47,074 7591299 131990 Fresh or frozen fruits,
n.e.s.........................lb.. 337,230 110,670 395.925
FODDERS AND FEEDS Dried and evaporated fruits:
110100 Hay........................ ton. 1,200 91,158 2,147,383 132200 Pers..... al......... lb. 3,9I 2 1,4 2 4,7
Oil cakeand oil-cake neal:1320 Pas.............Il~ 48t 125 16,7
111300 Cottonseed...................ton. I 159 2,525 132400 Raisins and currants...........lb.. 839,063 78,701 914,580
111400 LInseed....................l.ton,. 2311 28,412 524.745 132500 Apples........................... 32,530 12.484 36,810
111700 Peanut.....................ton 120 11,312 270.050 132600 Apricots....................lb.. 109,916 29,247 123,703
111800 Soybean.....................l.ton.. 69 4,558 155,860 132700 Peaches.....................lb 108,753 26,618 123,39t
112905 Copra......................].ton.. 58 6,920 130,570 132860 Prunes...................... b 1,866.124 281,082 2.132,700
112909 Other ....................... Maton. .......... .......... ............. 132900 Apple Wastee.................lb .......... ......I... ..............
114000 Fish meal for feed............l.tion.. .......... ....................... 133005 Figs.......................lb.. 31,326 11,222 38,209
118000 Mixed dairy and poultry 133098 Dried and evaporated
feed...............lMon. 3,201 259,836 7,296,002 fruits, s.e.s ...............lb 12,118 4887 111,128
11200 yster sh2ll0...............l.tnn 2.228 23,846 5,012,175 133100 Dates, fresh, dried or otber110500 Other prepared and wise Prepared .................. lb. 8,051 %1,811 1.626
in ed feeds ................l.ton. 1115 16,919 333,1153 Canned fruits:
118710 Rolled barley for feed........ n 3....... ................. 133200 Grapefruit ..................lb....................... ..............
119000 Wheat feeds................ l.ton 36 1,9116 60,26 133300 Loganberries....................t.. ......... ..........
119900 Feeds, n.e.s..............I.tons. 309 12,950 7 5 13300 Other canned berries ..... 55,702 11,662 ,71
133500 Apples and apple sauce....lb. 119,0%8 15,086 188,6211
VEGETABLES AND PREPARATIONS, EDIBLE 133600 Grapes.........................lb.. .......... .......... ..............
VE2 EA11 E ANDPRPATON, EDIrp ......... bE 1311000 Aprico,.....................lb. 156.550 29,523 196,219
120110 2eans, dry, ripe...............lb 2511,267 190,293 2,635,047 131100 Cherres.................... lb. 6.195 15,217 6
120150 Seed beans....................lb 28,919 5,297 29.888 131200 Prune, and pla..............Ib. 35.725 3,573 42,615
120213 Cowpeas, dry,ripe........ ..lb 8,530 625 8,600 134300 Peaches.................. b.. 316,257 41.280 103,8N4
120215 Chick-peas (garhanzoo), dry, 1311100 Pear, ....................... lb 105,513 15,525 130.424
ripe ..................... ...lb. 1,034,670 53,325 1,015,225 131500 Pineapplesg..................lb 423,88 17,300
120219 Peas, dry ripe, except cowpeas 134600 Fruits for salad..............lb.. 130,777 22,76% 163,04
and chick, peas.................lb. 11,234,149 855,040 11.327,664 1134700 Canned fruits, n.e.s...........lb.. 29,435 4,658 39. 82
120250 Seed peas.....................lb. 426,613 43,595 428.107 13900 Preserved fruits, Jellies,
Vegetables, fresh or frozen: and Jams.......................1b.. 205,984 38,721 286,272
120700 Beans.........................1b. 393,873 49,727 439.811 135003 Froit pulp.......................lb. 172,371 18,807 183.1683
120800 Onians......................l1b. II,297,605 629,103 11,498,818 135098 Other fruit preparations.........lb.. 61,638 20,979 69,257
120900 Peas, green....................lb. 21,112 3.344 22,079
121000 Peppers.....................lb. 79,490 7.777 91,692 IIITS
121100 Potatoes, white................lb. 61.447.487 1,807,403 62,123.6211
121300 Tomatoes....................lbt- 3,922,028 380.419 4,478,362 137400 Apricots and each pits and
122410 Cabbage.....................l1'. 434,542 16,710 1117980 kernels....................... 82.325 13,023 81,265
122420 Carrots.....................lb.. 446,473 20,891 471,888 137510 Peanuts, shelled...............lb 3.592.329 568.002 8,846.535
122430 Celery.....................lb.. 371,863 28,080 404,914 137550 Peanuts, not shelled.............. 260.598 39.820 260.625
122440 Lettuce.....................lb.. 4,179,737 227,972 1,658,606 137610 Pecans, shelled................lb 53,769 112,55 58,830
122450 Splnach.....................lb.. 77,245 4.19 89.787 137650 Pecans, not shelled............lb 21.046 7,661 21,277
1221170 Sweet potatoes...............lb 1,998,226 88.490 2,183,783 137710 Walnuts, shelled.................16 3.080 3.128 lb886
122490 Fresh or frozen vegetables, 137750 Walnuts, not shelled...........lb. 117,080 41,485 l11887
n.ea........................lb. 1,968,670 22741 2,023,631 137903 Almonds, sweet ......... Ib 36,984 22,108 88,8t8
124100 Asparagus...................lb 191,429 40,038 257,391 137905 razil or cream nots.............lb.. .......... .......... ..........
124200 Baked beans and pork 137907 Filberts........................lb.. 7,370 2.723 7,187
and beans..................lb. 132,934 12,982 171,528 137995 Bots and preparations, n.e.s.....Ib., 229.374 70,666 322,1177
1211300 Crn........................ lb. 50,505 5,128 61,923
121100 peas ........................ lb.. 31111251.21 36.135 12,491 5ETALE OILS AND FATS, EDIBLE
124500 Soups..........................lt 306,703 47,092 427,528 142000 Coconot oil, refined.............I... .......... ..............
124600 Tomatoes.....................lb.h 91,493 8,0991 113.88 112500 Co*tnseed ol, refined..........lb.. 427,167 68,10 118,2St
129700 Tomato paste and purse.........lb.. 371,007 63,389 175,852 143000 Soviean oIl, refined, except
124800 Tomato Juice.................lb. 459,197 35,829 601,648 lecithin-efined................lb.. 3,379,246 525,737 3,696,419
124910 Beans. string or stringless....lb.. 243.473 27,750 304.529 143100 ent oil.......................lb.. ..................................
124930 Lie beans................lb.. 2,556 286 3,319 111100 Cern oil......................lb 16.503 3,361 10,06
124960 Spinach.....................lb 11,962 8,888 61,881 114200 Coco hntter................. h.. 191771 9.I3S 199,7
124990 Canned vegetables and Julces, 141700 Cookin fats, except lard.l...b. 1,610.517 297,962 1,916.778
.e.......................lb. 476,665 64,572 624,950 114901 Olive oil, edthle................lb.. 1.322 1.313 2,196
125000 Pickles, cucumber................lb.. 312.970 96,991 1171,638 114902 Snflower seed oIl, edible....... lb. 2,710,168 365,683 3,032,980
125100 Ketchup, chill auoce, and other 111803g Palm ael palm-kernel oil, edible
tomato +able eucee........... lb. 402,603 $,206 68 or ref ined .............................
125210 Masyonnaise and salad dresslnas...lh. 78,6112 19,1158 129,2115 1111101 Rapesee oil, refined ...........lb.. ...................
125295 Olives.................... l 166,4160 30:511, 203,990 1111165 ten,*ketalsterln ............... lb ............ .......... ..............
125298 Sauces and relishes, n.e., lb 6211,906 it0,937 1, 005.593 11119981 dlhle se eta'.Ie oils and
125300 Vinegar......................al 2415L1 13,531 295,50 fats. n.e.s.................. lb.. 121,776 20,916 111-1,615
125600 Yeast, except liquid.............lb. 480,227 76,616 478,187
125901 Dehydrated soups.................hlb 83,664 36,272 105,875 TA'LE OEVERAGE MAERIALS
126902 Dehydrated vegetables........... 426,857 299.280 605,605
125905 Farinaceous substances.. lb.......Ib.. 2.204 170 2,276 150100 CocOe beansl...................... ....
125911 Soybean flour, enail............lb.< 2,944.148 213,489 2,976,586 150200 Cocoa, powdered..................Ib.. 133,875 26,818 171,892
125998 Veetable preparations, 1.4.e................... 98.524 154,190 150300 Chocolate.....................lb.. 60,504 15,596 76,728
150500 Tea..........................lb...................................
FRUITS AND PREPARATIONS 151100 Cnfee, reeam..................lb...................................
Fruits, fresh or frozen: 151200 Coffee, reasled..................b.. 487,687 128,266 796,781
130100 Bananas......... lb......... 161300 Table beveraeo materials.
130200 Grapefruit...... .....box 158,878 447,975 13,689,118 me.s........................lb 26,910 9,079 s1,999

















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Coll. Cowo.d- maotySnipping ity ShVPuuv
ty Commodity description and unit net Value ShIIg Ity Commodity descr Ipotn snd unit Net Value i
Co e ei h codeme. of quantity quantity (dollars) (Pounds o f quantity quantity (ilrs po
(Scee. (Suce.
it RB_) Se8)

GROUP I.-VEGETABLE FOOD PRODUCTS GROUP 2.-VEGETABLE PRODUCTS, INEDAMD EVEVRAGES-Continued IBLE, EXCEPT FIBERS AND WOOD-Con.
SPICES RUBBER (NATURAL, ALLIED GUMS, AND
16901 Capsi um.......................lb. 3,211 1,469 3,931 SYNTHETICS) AND MANIUFACTURES-Con.
164002 Clinamon ........................lb.. 7,714 3,008 9,675 Druggists' rubber sundries, except
14903 Cassia........................lb..I,. 50 62 65 surgeons' and household gloves:
I46O5 Cloves, unground................. 1 ................................. 204000 Water bottles and fountain
154907 RNtoegs, unground................ lb .................................. syringes......................no- 44,059 20,692 42,950
1 4911 Popper, anground.................lb............ .......... ............. 204200 Other druggists' rubber
~ 1 Vanilla beans .................. .. ..... ...... .......... .. ........... sundries ......................... ......... 213,939 122,279
IS Spices, n.e.s ..................b. 227,943 45,458 23,0498 204300 Clothing of rubber or of rubberized cloth.....................doz.. 7,378 29.243 26,197
$UGAR AND RELATED PRODUCTS 204500 Rubber balloons..............gross.. 2,007 12,592 5,742
204600 Rubber toys and ballis, except
181910 eegar, refined................... lb. 10,811,058 630,691 10,928,006 204d00 lls, golfR ts and tennis balls ..... .......... I9 1,501
161950 Sugar, raw ......................I................................. 204700 Bathing caps.................... doz.. 804 3,439 85
163"00 Molasses....................... gal.. 27,134 16,069 420,671 204800 Rubber bands ..................... lb.. 6,270 7,313 7,390
Confectlonery: 204900 Rubber erasers, except pencil
13101 Choe late candy.............. b.. 191,5 1 63,68 23,134 plugs .... ............. .. 46,375 28,726 53,013
163500 Other candy................. ...I.. b 401,66 18,850 549,823 Rard rubber goods, except
1863700 Confectlons and desserts, druggists' sundries:
n.e.s ........................lb. 127,261 40,469 159,009 Electrical:
16n00 Chewing guea ...................... Ib.. 263,552 172,123 363,839 205300 Battery boxes..............no.. 14,230 6,867 109,s48
164200 honey...........................lb. 15,770 4,560 251,216 205400 Other electrical hard rubber
Glucose, except pharmaceutical goods ...................... lb., 79,951 24,045 97,740
dextrose or glucose: 205800 Combs, finished...............doz.. 3,302 2,120 948
1611300 Liquid, .......................l... 212,744 15,052 235,127 205900 Other hard rubber goods ........... .......... 7,691 13,950
164400 Dry............................ib 318,309 15,672 324,016 Tires and inner tubes:
18700 Sirap...........................ol.. 3,800 4,020 52,951 Automobile casings:
20600 Truck and bus casings........no.. 22,350 781,797 1,610,204
BEVERAGES 206200 Other automobile casings..... no.. 9,122 104,499 240,413
170100 Malt extract and malt siruop, 206300 Automobile inner tubes......... no.. 30,991 109,367 255,137
except medicated................lb.. 774,853 76,690 81,910 206400 Other casings and tubes........ no.. 21,133 142,639 324,533
at eriated ...Solid tires:
Melt liquors: 260 o uooie n rcs..n. 13 8871,4
170200 In bottles .................... gal.. 1,151,751 720,715 16,207,547 200600 Fr automobiles and trucks...no.. 193 897 19,148
170300 In can......................gal.. 70.672 311,33 5456:992 206700 Other solid tires ............ lb. 10,743 4,578 11,394
17000 In ters ontainers............gal........... .......... ....... Tire sundries and repair materials:
17000 in otier containers...........gl ..................... ............206905 Cmelback ...................... lb 1314,676 35,981 152.133
Distil led spirits:
171400 RU........................pf.gal. 4,637 29,631 714 374 206998 Other........................ lb. 197,277 94,454 227,590
17100 Whlsky ..................... pfgal. 153,937 603,023 2,112,101 208400 Rubber and friction tape, except
171900 Other distilled liquors and medicated..................... t. 68,459 30,539 $4,248
compounds containing Rubber and balata belts
spirits ................... pf.gsl. 3,255 20,370 51,218 and belting:
1700 Wines ....................... gal. 144,024 199,I84 1,597,026 208500 Fan helts fore automobiles......lb. 53,244 45,220 64,349
176100 Mineral eaters, natural and 209600 Other rubber end bulatu
artificial.................... gal.. 3,821 2,067 51,035 belts nd belting..........lb. 318,936 226.532 358,154
176900 Slrups and flavors for 2 ]Rubber hose and tubing:
beverages ....................gal.. 64,639 152,022 798,997 20700 Garden hose .................. lb. 24,462 I8,90 27,041
Fruit juices: 2088001 Other hose and tubing .......... lb1. 320,980 161,594 360,969
177200 Pineapple.....................gal, 11,387 9,288 129,822 209300 Rubber packing ................... 4. 6,067 63,776 98,582
177500 Grapefruit....................gal.. 15,079 33,880 175758 209400 Mats, matting, flooring, end
177600 Orange.......................gal. 184,462 625,627 1,795,203 tiling......................... lb.. 7,339 5.385 9,155
177900 Frui t .Jces.. ...........gl :. 21,073 27,099 29,044 Rubber tread:
178000 Beveraues, n.e.s ..............g al,. 3,020 2,1811 54,149 209510 Bare or uncovered ............lb. 35,753 S2,740 40,453
7 B r .. . 8 20920 Textile covered ...............b. 1,252 14,281 1,426
GROUP 2.-VEGETABLE PROOUCTS, 209600 Gutta-percha manufactures........ b. 6,7314 6,480 8,779
INEDIBLE, EXCEPT FIBERS 209800 Latex or other forms
AND VOO ................................. 33,150,841 117,787,523 compounded or processed for use
in further manufacture.......... Ib.J 205,722 48,194 221,378
RUBBER (NATURAL, ALLIED GUMS, AND 209990 Rubber and synthetic rubber
SYNTHIETICS) AND MANUFACTURES manufactures, n.e.s.......................... 101,691 136.779

Crude robber and Allied Gumes: NAVAL STORES, GUMS, AND RESINS
200100 Crude rubber.................lb................................... Naval stores:
2001400 Balata.........................Ib ............. .......... ......... ... 211000 Gum rosin...................... Is. 4,011,505 311,594 4,143,906
200600 Other......................lb...........................Ib .....b*. 211100 Wood rosin, except nB Wood
Synthetic rubbers: Rosin ..................... lb. 2,512,515 127.393 2,603,949
200901 uns-G-copolymers of butediene 211400 Gum spirits of turpentine.....gal. 119,291 112,523 955,462
and styrene...................lb.. 3,173,149 980,137 3,319,814 211510 Wood turpentine...............gal. 129,748 105,143 I,004,32P
200903 Butyl-copolymers of isobutylene 211610 Other terpene hydrocarbons
and Isoprene, or other derived from naval stores....gal., 10,853 7,908 87,341
diolefins...................lb., 32,400 11,840 42.016 211710 Pine oil, products, and
200904 Neoprene-polymers of derivatives................. gal.. 66,641 41,419 568,007
chloroprene................... lb.. 402,621 110,836 95, 100 2116800 Tar and pitch of sood........b.. 59,390 38,356 904,726
200906 Buna-N-copolymers of batadiene 212500 Tall oil (liquid sulfate
and acrylonitrile...........lb.. 235 103 414 wood resin).....................lb. 343,780 8,185 345,277
200906 Thiokol-organic polysufides.... b.. 200 204 212 Other gums and resins:
200907 Polyisobutylene-polymers of 218000 Chicle.......................lb. 97,657 82,487 108,263
isobutylene................... lb.. ................ ............. 28600 Shellac (bleached, and
20099 Synthetic rubbers, n.e.s.......Ib. 21,988 14,394 24,515 unbleached) ......... ..... lb. 119,791 53,451 128,460
201100 Rubber, reclaimed................lb.. 2,676,179 181.087 2,680,782 218905 Lac, crude (seed, button,
201200 Rubber scrap..................... lb. 929,547 19,970 930,514 and stick)...................lb. 1,007 494 1,025
201400 Rubber cemenet...................gal.. 12,306 16,223 106,925 218909 Rosin, n.e.s .................. 16. 37,426 3,406 41,875
201600 Robberized automobile cloth...sq.yd., 7,108 4,440 7,028 218993 Gum benzoin .................... b. 78 310 101
201700 Rebberized piece goods and 218995 Natural gumes a,,d resins, refined
hospital sheeting, n.e.s.....sq.yd.. 134,641 85,752 147,115 modified in condition......... b. 174,989 94,167 188,015
Rubber footwear:
203100 Boots ....................... pair. 46,101 181,356 312,288 218998 P .atur .......... 223,80 68,861 232,383nd resins,
203200 Rubber shoes.................pair. 36,169 21.371 90,734
203400 Canvas shoes with rubber DRUGS, HERBS, LEAVES,
soles ...................pair.. 108,224 169,500 200,478 AND ROOTS, CRUDE
203600 Rubber soles..............do.pr. 17,631 37,047 177,898
203700 Rubber heels..............doz.pr. 29,056 26,449 115,044 220100 Cascarea bark .....................Ib.. 30,486 9,731 38,798
203800 Rubber soling and toplift 220500 Ginseng.......................... 182 5,912 589
sheets......................... lb. 687,201 112,842 697,823 220600 iMandrake root....................Ib. 200 48 206
203900 Rubber gloves and 220904 Cinchona bark ....................lb. 2,750 667 2,813
mittens..................... do.pr. 26,853 72.062 50,780 220911 Hyoscyasus (henbane)............. lb........... .......... ....... ......














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Coo- Con'90- modIty Comnodity description and unit Met Value S t Commodity description and unit Net Value Shipping
coue weight Code ,np
No. of quantity quantity (dollars) (ouos) o of quantity quantity dollarsl (: }
(Suno- (Sh dul 8) u8) 8)

GROUP 2.--VEGETABLE PRODUCTS, INED- GROUP 2--VEGETABLE PRODUCTS, INEOIBLE. EXCEPT FIBERS AND WOOD -Con. IBLE, EXCEPT FIBERS AND OOD--Con.

DRUGS, HERBS, LEAVES. AND ROOTS, NURSERY AND GEENHOUSE STOCK
CRUODE Continued 253500 FIowers and foliage, cut, fresh,

220919 Pyrethrum (insect flowers)...,.1b. 100 41 103 and preserved.................................19,975 82,48
220988 Crude drugs, herbs, leaves, qnd 259905 Bulbs, roots, cores, plants, and
roots, n.e. .................. lb. 215,266 Il0,986 226,074 seedlings .................... no.. 356,896 23,897 69,105
259998 Nursery and greenhouse stock.
OILSEEDS 1.e........................................... 6,931 22,407
221000 Soybeans, except canned .......... lb. 26,1U7,178 1,71A,14l 26,930,255 TOBACCO AND NAUFACTURES
222001 Castor beans ................... . ......... .
222002 Cottonseed .................... lb. 10 so 10 Tobacco. unmufcturd:
222003 Flaxseed ......................lb.. 349,274 21,674 351,482 Leaf tobacco:
222020 hemp, perilia, poppy, rave, and 260110 Flu-cured, unctemd ........ lb.. 28,319,016 15,396,035 33,452,282
sunflower seeds: and palm nuts 260150 Flue-cared, steed ..........lb.. 2,209793 1,544,793 2,800,206
and Palm kernels ...............lb. 26,940 2,921 27,168 260200 Burley .................... lb., 1,624,000 631,672 ,80151
222030 Copra ........................ lb............ .......................260300 Dark-fired Kentucky and
222098 Other oilseeds ................... lb.. 101 29 110 Tennessee ................... lb.. 4,8016.157 1,S77.367 5.392,6
260400 Dark Virginia ................ lb.. 307,842 133,299 *40Tn
VEGETABLE OILS 260500 Maryland and Ohio expert.....lb. 101,888 57,548 123,63
260600 Green River .................. lb. 255,336 64,693 291,097
Expressed oils cnd fats, 280700 One scker leaf tobacco ...... lb.. 801,875 199,222 9101450
inedible: 260800 lack fat, waterealer, and
223000 Coconut oIl, crude ...........lb...................... ............. dark African ................ lb. 119,614 48,495 043,679
223100 Cottonseed oil, crude .......... lb.. 633 240 9.. 261100 Cigar leaf ................... lb.. 1,167,831 784, 99 1,366,93
223200 Linseed oil ..................lb.. 143,212 26,569 161,596 261300 Perique lasf tobacco ......... lb.. 8,160 4,896 9,71
224601 Fatty acids of vegetable 261500 Foreign leaf, re-exported .... ib ..................... .............
origin .....................lb.. 11,714 2,268 13,035 261750 Tobacco trlmlmngs and scrap
Vegetable oil foots- (aiftige and cigar cuttings
224803 Olive oil ................. lb.. 62,390 10,786 62,521 included) ................. lb.. ..................................
224805 Other ..................... lb.. 16,893 1,997 19:105 261800 Tobacco ate.................lb 6,525 ,360 71795
224898 Vegetable soap stock ........... lb.. 12,613 1,526 14,944 Tobacco manufactures:
224901 Caster oil, commercial ......... lb.. 17,212 3,681 19,361 262000 Cigar* and cheroote ............. m.. 167 8,1" 5,066
224902 Corn oil, crude ............... lb............ ................. .....g; 262200 Cigarettes ...................... 879,53 2,122,064 3,606872
224903 Peanut oil, clude ............2lb.. 118,260 12,885 26 2350 Chlna tobacco and snuff ...... lb. 70,993 37,993 W8,86
224904 Perilla oil, inedible ........lb.. .......... ....................... 262500 Smoking tobacco In packages....Is. 116,035 100,749 209,2'A
224906 Rapeseed and oiticica oil, 262950 Smoking tobacco In bulk ........lb. 45,662 33,706 "R,1aA
inedible ....................lb.. 4,075 1,080 4,579
224910 Tung oil .................... lb.. 11,353 4,559 13,014 MISCELLANEOUS VESETABLE
224912 Soybean oil, crude ...........lb.. 303,610 36,552 303,630 PRODUCTS. INEDIBLE
224915 Olive oil, inedible, except
sulfured or foots ...........lb...................... ............. Starch:
224925 Palm and palm-kernel oil, 281100 Cornstarch and corn flour
crude ......................lb...................... ......... (edible included) ........... lb. 2,261,920 162,73 2,366,375
224950 Sunflower seed oIl, 281300 Other starch (edible
inedible ...................... I............ .......................... Included) ..................... 1.. 200,267 13,1S 207,8MP
224998 Other expressed oils and fats, 293100 Broomcorn ..................... ).too.. 39 116.660 607 01
inedible...................lb.. 14,286 3,405 16,188 293500 Broces ...................... doz.. 782 7,867 21.661
Essential oils, natural: 295100 Rope .........................1t 1,330,327 1,050,098 1, 04W,2
226800 Peppermint ..................... lb.. 23,003 180,382 28,503 299905 Vegetable tallow and wax (except
226900 Spearmint and other mint oils, for soap stock) ................. lb.. 83,210 39,395 85,2S7
n.e~......................l b., 943 4,467 1,206 299991 Hop extract ................... lb.. 25,096 7S,355 1.818
227100 Citrus oils.................lb.. 14,242 51,589 21,310 299993 Vegetable Ivory or tagua nots .... lb.. .................... ............
227903 Oil of citronella .............. lb.. 5,991 6,912 7,055 299995 Dyelng and tanning materials,
227905 Lenn grass oil..............lb.. 6,341 16,120 9,503 crude ......................................... .1224 8,8 0
227998 Other essential oils, 299998 I g e .. ..., .3
natural .....................lb.. 64,715 231,031 97,667 3
228000 Blended, compounded, or mixed GOUv 3j--TEXTILE FIBERS AND
perfume-flavor oil except MANUFACTURES ................... .........5S,832,277 158,111,s
synthetic aromatic compounds .... lb. 60,957 392,961 82,015
COTTON. 91IRUFACTIJREO
VEGETABLE DYEING AND TAUINO~i
EXTRACTS Raw cotton, except linters:
300005 Aerican Egyptian (Pima) and
231100 Logwood extract ................lb.. 52,239 12,693 61,g98 Sea lland ................... I ...................................
233100 Chestnut extract ...............lb.. 632,420 28,474 633,560 300006 American Egyptian (Plea) and
233905 Ouebracho extract ..............lb.. 72,570 7,224 73,505 Set Island ................. be .......... .......... .............
23899S Vegetable dyeing and tanning 300205 Upland, staple Ingth 1-1/8
ahe nd *ver ..,,.........Ib..1 ,6,6 ,3.9 9.039 l
extracts, n.e., ................. lb.. 326,026 26,934 347,345 102 nh an oef ..b 02t,88
SEEDS. EXCEPT OILSEEDS inch" and over...........bale. 17,3............
300301 Upland, staple length 1-t/16
Grass mnd field seeds: up to but not Includlng 1-1/8
240100 Alfalfa .....................l b. 67,210 26,741 67,646 Inches .....................lb.. 6,49027 1,37%,926 6,7I,7I
240200 Red clover ..................lb. 10 4 12 300302 Upland, staple length 1-1/16
240300 Alslke clover .................. I ................................. up to but not including 1-1/8
240400 Other clover ..................lb. 12,582 12,992 12,609 Inches ...................... bale.. 12,699.........................
240600 Timothy ........................ lb. 179,520 15,790 162,000 300305 Upland, Staple length uder
240700 Kentucky blue gras ............ b, 1630 23 1,851 1-1)16 Inche ................. lb., 83,717,381 18,323,938 6,16.601
240800 Red top ....................... lb. 5,340 721 5,395 300306 Upland, staple legth eeer
241910 Sugar beet seed ................ lb. 1,101,67 226,037 -/16 inches ............... bale .. ....1..6..
241920 Orchard grass seed...........l b. 4 2 12 Llntr:
241930 Fescue grase seed .............lb. 44,502 29,338 45,305 300400 Grades I to 8, lncluve ....... b.. 30,066 73,96 1,30,7
241950 Groas seeds, n.e.s ...........l b. 196,135 22,973 200,282 300401 Grade I to 8, inclusive ..... bale 2,103............
241190 Field seedo, n.e.8...78,722 68,601 884,347
246700 Flower seeds...................lb. 11,680 19,317 12,428 COTTON SEHIMIAUFACT09ES
IVegtable deo:
246850 Cee t.l seed..................lb.. 4187 5,46 4,456 300600 Cotton pulp ................... 8b. 89,583 58,89 678,3l
24691 8 eat eed except uger beet 300800 Cotton rags, escept .paer
seed .......................lb. 9,790 8,043 10,063 stock .......................... 1.962,57 96,733 1,976,111
246092 Onion coed ..................l. ,16 01,711 300900|Cotton batting, unglazed wadding,
2N6,931 Radish aed ................... Ib.. 12,32 ,61 14355 carded cotton cad rovinag ........ 209,7 41,6 221,166
246694 Rutabega and turll aced. b.. 35 34 1,383 Cotton .t11 acate:
246895 Spinach ceed ................... lb. 715 205 730 301030 Cotton hard aate of yarns and
246896 Sweet corn seed ................ lb., 12,76 2,302,26 thread., coMladino wlplc.. 58,2 955 91
246898 Vegetable goede, n.es ....... b.. 56,037 62,247 80,225 301040| Cotton card stripe ...........lb 153,031 22,512 155,3 1
247500 Seade, except oilseeds, 301050 Cmber eete ...... ..... lb 53,089 4,032 570,
n.e........................... 27,827 8,262 39,314 301060 Other soft waste .............. lb.1 863,93 I 3,189 8"347















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OCTOB R 1945

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GROUP 3. -TtOxtL FlaERS AND GROUP 3.TEXTILE F NOS MID
MANU FACTURfS -Contined MANUFACTURES Cont inued

COTTON SIMIMANFACTURES-Cooti noed COTTON MANVFACTUIRES Contioud

Cotton arn or manfacturinq: Colored yarn fabrics:
301110 Carded .ern, crlay ........... ..ib.. 512,888 268,886 582.732 305700 OeAnies................... sq.yd.. 218,154 67,281 182.835
301120 Card)d yarn, bleached. colored 305800 Suitings, twill-coverts,
and not lt. .. b.. 10,880 88163 157,052 cot o...... sq.yd. 445,107 124,912 198,975
303200 Merceried. all hnds. l.b.. 60.872 179,972 196,785 306000 ChAmbroys. cheviots, and
301310 Combed, except finished or shr t. ..sq.yd. 1,360,783 286,397 344,930
mercerned.................lb.. 52.005 37,018 58,098 306100 Colored yarn fabrir,,
301320 Combed. fInished, except Cne.s...................sq.yd.. 954,766 254,792 283,541
ercerned............ ... .. 79.026 $9,762 995.91 306200 Colored duck and Awning
naterials....... ....sq.yd 336,382 191,138 348,407
COTTON MANUFACTURES Fine goods and combed cotton
fabrics, bleached, dyed,
Cotton thread. twine, cordage printed, flock-dot or clipped:
and rope: 306700 Voiles, oroandies, lawns
301500 Seeing thread...............lb.. 81,086 101,274 97.680 and batiste, Colmbed......sq.yd.. 1,225,881 279,158 159,831
301600 Crochet, darning, and 307000 Pitques, combed..........sq.yd.. 39,463 13,091 10.343
embroidery cotton............,lb.. 18,506 29,094 25,400 307300 Marquisettes, combed......sq.yd.. 558,424 114,130 80,036
301700 Tire cord (on cones or warps)..Ib.. 290.645 199,377 375,323 307400 Combed and carded
301800 Twine. rope, and cordon goods, n.e.s...........sq.yd.. 2,051,603 567,133 516,987
except tire cord..............lb.. 256,222 11,002 278,774 307600 Cotton and wool mixtures
Cotton cloth, duck, and tire (cotton chief value, not
fabric: less than 80 percent cotton
301900 All cotton cloth when eoorted by weight......... .....st.yd.. 16,626 10,884 B,222
to Philopine Islands to be 307900 Cotton and rayon mixtures
embroidered and otherwise manu- (cotton chief value).....sq.yd.. 11,310 179,436 165,806
factored and retuned to the Other cotton fabrics:
United States..............sq.yd.. 22,119 6,861 12,203 308000 Knit fabric In the
Unbteched (gray) cloth: piece.........................lb.. 39,461 32,927 41,357
Tire-fabrics: 308200 Table damask, in the
302000 Cord tire fabric***.*.* s4.yd.. 595.270 260,477 540,536 piece.....................sq.yd.. 12,108 4,393 4.365
302100 Other Ire fabrics......sq.yd.. 301,738 96986 208,905 308400 Tapestry, and other upholstery
Cotton duck: and drapery materials, plain,
302300 Heavy filter cloth, hose jacquard and
and beltino duck..... rd.. 140,479 87,718 188,137 dobby-oven.............sq.yd. 370,727 230.585 184,561
302500 Oonce duck.............st.yd.. 58,952 32,983 69,397 308700 Plushes..................sq.yd.. 3,722 3,312 2,674
302600 Numbered duck. sq.yd., 81,455 47,181 96,196 308800 Other pile fabrics..........sq.yd.. 198,883 161,585 144,148
Cotton cloth (gray), medlin 308950 Cotton remnants and fabrics,
and coarse yarn fabrics: n.e.,., sold by the poued.....Ib 360.358 126,157 379,793
Not over 40 inches wide: Cotton wearing apparel:
303110 Drills, twills, and warp 309000 Handkerchiefs...............doz.. 116,731 168,781 73,496
sateens............ .s4.yd.. 65,730 19,145 25,421 Gloves, cotton, woven, or knit:
303120 Sheet.nts...........sq.yd., 6,845,646 839,.31 1,800,882 309110 Work gloves, mits, and
Over 40 inches wide: gauntlets, fabric.....dor.pr., 4,904 20,200 19,989
303310 Drils, t.lls, and warp 309120 Dress and all other. doz.pr 401 1,883 367
saltens.............sq.yd.. 214,070 31,983 64,370 Knit goods:
303320 Sheetins...........sq.yd.. 995,865 294,994 265,096 Hosiery:
303400 Osnaburgs (all widths)....sq.yo.. 1,922.725 250,214 604,566 309300 Women's................doz.pr.. 59.955 143,207 83.904
Printeloth yarn (dray) 309400 Children's.............doz.pr.. 32,428 63,043 27,070
fabrics (all widths): 309500 Hen's...............doz.pr.. 71,687 167,560 125.373
303600 Tobacco and cheese cloth, Underwear, knit:
3632 count and lower 309600 Men's and boys' ........do.. 30,987 126,257 86,793
constructions..........sq.ya.. 6,358,375 165,573 388,873 309700 Women's and children's....doz.. 33,732 131.360 86,559
303700 Other printcloth yarn fabric 309800 Nightwear, knit, women's and
constructions, above 36.32 children's...................no.. 4,881 4,736 3,354
cout...................s.yd., 498,517 458,550 841,590 309930 Sweaters, jersey pullovers,
303900 Gray cloth, .e.s s4.yd.. 1.763,175 238,285 436,463 and sweat shirts, men's and
Finished cloth, bleached, dyed boys.................... no.. 10,983 8,454 5,411
printed, stiffened or other- 309950 Sweaters and shawls, oomen's
wise converted, and colored and children's.............no. 11,308 12.,143 6,81
yarn fabrics- 309990 Knit apparel, n.es..........no. 37.739 36,453 16.825
Not over 40 inches wide: Garments of woven fabrics:
Drills, twills, and warp 311300 Jackets and wind-breakers,
sateens: men's and boys'.............no 5,627 24.260 1,963
304000 dleached..............sq.yf.. 394,112 116,625 147,384 311400 Overalls, breeches, pants,
304110 Dyed in Oh. piere. st.yd., 802,611 324,884 343,022 aprons and men's work
304120 Printed................sq.yd.. 617,307 157,312 201,4841 clothing, n.e.s..............don., 1,894 41,047 32,606
Sheeting: 311500 lightwear, men's and
304210 Bleached..............sq.yd. 1.038,194 197,073 322,828 boys'.....................doz.. 919 18,215 11.296
304220 Dyed in the piece,.....sq.yd., 323,900 59,607 83,850 311610 Underoear. n's and
304300 Printed.............so.. 1,404,662 282,349 351,855 boys'.....................doz.. 7,24 36,204 19,213
Over 40 inches wide: 311710 Work shirts................doz. 1,606 26,632 34,656
304510 Drills. twills, dew carp 311720 ShIrts, except oorh shirts.
sateens...............sq.yd.. 223,642 57,296 84,506 men's and boys'..............doz.. 24,805 368,657 89,427
Sheeting: 312000 Clothing of cotton woven
304610 Steached..............s.yd.. 1.780.983 388,641 523.990 fabrics, men's and boys'.
304710 Dyed a'd printed. so.yd. 280.287 109.523 87,715 n.e.s.....................dozd 5,031 94,014 53,242
Prvtclvth yarn fabrics 31200 Nomen's dresses and
(all widths): ensembles (one, Ow. and
Carded 'roadclvth: three piece as one .hit)......no..1 20,754 46,386 15,829
304800 Pleached.. .... ...sq.yd.. 618,525 105,726 103,911 312400 Women's and children's under304910 Dyed the piece........sq.yd.. 149,815 32,989 34,951 wear and nightwear, except
304920 Prited.. .. styd.. 212,444 43,544 43,479 knit.. ..doz,_ 11,101 72,660 39,265
305000 Cheesecloth and Gauze, 312700 Children's outerwear, except
bleached or dyed knit.. ..................doz.. 3,671 41,341 1 413
(fullI pieces),..... .....sq.yd.. 4,700,716 178,908 252,082 312900 Women's apparel of woven
Printeloth: fabrics, n.e.s............................. 27,067 10,617
305310 leached................sq.vd.. 448,208 S1.339 87,228 Cotton narrow fabrics, non305210 Dyed in the piece. s.yd.. 190,511 32,307 36,438 elastic, not over
305220 Printed ............... ..sq.yd.. 1,891,810 438,687 444,193 12 Inches wide:
Napped fabrics: 314000 Woven beltinq for machenery....lb. 26,184 33,831 27.289
305510 Cotton flannels, bleached, 316000 Braids, ribbons, triamies.
or colored...............sg.yd.. 2,298,878 423,471 628,455 bindings, lacings. tape labels.
205590 Other napped fabrics in the and webbing................... .......... 115.335 60,955
pleCe....................sq.yd.. 105,575 45,084 39,185 3161001 Narrow fabrics. n.e.s........... ...... 52,107 51.83:











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OCTOBER 1945

Con- Com'od- modtySnipping ...tysem
ty Comodity description and unit Net Value Commodity description and unit met Valae
coon .e1g'it coe' .B't
No. of quantity quantIty (dollars) (pounds) o. of quantity quantity (dollars) (sOS)
(Suned. (Scnan.
ule e) use B)

GROPP 3,-TEXTILE FIBERS AND GROUP 3.-TEXTILE FIBERS AND
MANUFACTURES-Continued MANUFACTURES-Contnaied

COTTON IANUFACTURES-Continued WOOL SENIMANUFACTURES
Cotton house furnishings: 362200 Wool rags, woven oand knit........ Ib, 103,54 4 5,115 108,5t
Bedding: 362600 Wool noils and waste, il waste
317100 Blankets ....................no, 291,763 449,043 622,I'0 (include garnetted, picked, and
317300 Quilts, comfortable, and carded).............I.........b.. 110,962 22,517 113,$13
quilted bed-pods..........no., 35,511 131,105 241,191 362800 Wool tops (tops of hair
Bedspreads: included)......................b. 237,706 255,768 243,67
317500 Candlewick, chenille, end 363300 Wool yarns...................... lb 458,431 723,201 552.852
tufted................... no.. 3E7 1,659 1,334
317600 Plain, crinkle, dobby and WOOL MANUFACTURES
jacquard-woven ............ no,. 3,977 12,394 12,084
317800 Bed sheets and 3,977 12,39pillo 12,08 Fabrics wholly or chiefly of wool:
cases ..................... doz., 26,101 256,513 35574 364200 Wool cloth and dress goods..... Ib 2,536,529 3,837,410 2,88 3.20
318100 Curtains and draperies, except 364201 Wool cloth and dress goods
lace. ............................... .......... 10,110 5.125 (quantity only)..............yd. 2,948,817 .......... ..............
318500 Laces, embroideries, and articles 364300 Mohair cloth................... lb. 25,489 75,816 29,030
thereof, n.e.s. ............................... 167,965 38,253 364301 Hohair cloth (qoeantity only)...yd, 39,235 .......... ..............
318700 Terry-woven towels, wash cloths, 369900 Other wool fabrics ............lb, 6,511 12,014 7,159
and bath mats................. doz.. 14,P29 52,996 66,630 366200 Carpets and rugs of wool...... q.yd. 17,8p7 91,264 57,328
318800 fuck, damask and plain woven 366300 Wool felts, except woven......... lb. 12.084 10,519 13,031
towels and toweling.......................... 30,543 45,188 366400 Wool felts, woven for machines..Ib. 15,0O0 25,486 17,077
318900 Other house furnishings, n.e.s ................ 32,812 28,907 366600 Wool blankets.................... Ib. 39!,075 356,669 422.982
Other fabricated products 366601 Wool blankets (quantity only).... no, 113,452 ...I...... ..............
cotton, ne.s.: Wool wearing apparel:
Cotton bogs: 367500 enit bathing suits ............doz., 1,572 26,871 9,353
319110 Me.......................... lb.. w5,009 50,370 157,568 397600 Knit sweaters for men, wooden,
319111 Nes (quantity only) .......... no.. C36,915 ........................and children...............do 7,078 151,50 56,8
319150 sed and reclaimcen ags ......lb.. 124,124 40,914 126,76 367700 Wool knit goods. n)6s. ( ead
319150s andch ;"r ; incl% ed) .... 68,399 336,E7
319151 lsed and reclaim d ltag ,.ooen'a. and child isa
(quantity only)...........no.. 357.072 ....................... 369005 Men's overcoats, suits, and
319600 Canvas articles, n.e.s....................... 79,475 160.670 pants.......................no. 8,274 87,324 30,85
319900 Cotton manufactures, n.es................... 141,282 368,418 36809 oy.. overcoats, suits, and4 ,8
pants ..................... no. 6.706 44,699 Ini25
VEGETABLE FIEERS AND MANUFACIRES 36P200 Women's and children's dresses
and ensembles, except knit ....no. 5,741 84.530 13.427
Vegetable fibers, unmanufactured: 368300 Women's and children's apparel,
320501 Canton......................l.ton.................................. except knit, ne... ................. ....... ......... 43,078 173,708
320503 Flex ...................... l.ton............ ................... ;... 368950 Menis and boys' apparel, escept
320505 Hemp ........................ Iton.. 1,374 472,439 3,080,156 knit, n.es................................. 270,247 139,408
320507 Istle of Tampico ............ .ton............ ........ ............. 3C8998 Wool or mohair anufactares, n.e.s ........... 31,506 38,804
320509 Jute........................ .ton..................................
320511 Kapok.......................1 ton..................................to..8 HAIR AND MANUFACTURES, NI.E.S.
320513 Maguey or Cantale ........... .ton.. ..Hirunaucte
320515 Manila or abaca ............. l.ton.................................. Hair unmanufactured
320519 Sisl or heneuen............ton.. .......... .......... .39900 Cattle, ox, calt, and horse body
320121 Sisa or.hene.ue............. I.ton ................................... heir, new (except ear hair)...b. 36,613 9,s0 38,050
3205921 Sunn................ ..... ,ton ....................................369070 Cattle, ox, and calf tail hair,
320598 Other unanuf ....... .ton. 7 2,629ctured new (sitches Included) .lb. .................................
fib321100 Jute yarn, corde, and ...................ton I 369100 Nog hair, new.................. Ib, 11,090 1,553 11,$15
321100 Jute yarn, cordage, and
twine.........................lb. 291,278 55,913 294,824 369350 Horse mane and tail hair, raw
322400 Pags of jute.................... lb. 3,171,719 437,403 3,200,658 369510 or dressed, new............. .. 3 66 74,36 39,524
322401 Bags of Jute (quantity only).....no. 2,743,072 .......... .. ........... 369510 Other hair una.. 103,83 6nufactre,99d, 105,ra
3295 uebulp, xep hn sdor dressed, new .......... ... 103,883 64,996 105.881
322905 Jute burlaps, except when used 369650 Hfair waste and scrap hair......lb.. 57,749 9,595 58,629
aes a covering Tor other merchan- 369700 Hair felt and manufactures....... 1. 12.031 3,014 12.365
dlsO or no a component part of 390
other products ................ 10. 449,813 41,96 471,092 369900 Other hair manufactures ....................... 50,454 70.570
322998 Other jute Manufactures..........lb. 168,472 26,030 171,650 SILK AND lifLFACTIRES
339916 Flax (linen) fabrics, wide
and narrow ......................lb. 3,097 5,150 3,292 370200 Raw silk................ .I.......... .................... ..............
339935 Handkerchiefs, linen ............ no., 4,848 1,076 609 371000 Trs, organzine, and hard twlsts..Ib ........... ........................
339988 Flex, hemp, and ramie yarns, and 371100 Spun silk ....................... Ib ........... .......... ..............
manufactures, n.e.s. (except 371900 Sewing, embroidery, and crochet
twine and cordage. flax fabrics silk.......................... 77 s9e 115
and hnniercdefs) ................. .......... 20,804 73,272 Fabrics wholly or chiefly silk:
Cordage, except of cotton 372001 Silk cartridge cloth for powder
or jute: bags..........................yd. .-...............................
341100 Binder twine ................... lb. 3,290 583 3,490 372005 Silk parachute cloth ..............yd .......................
341400 Manila cordage................lb.. 8,879 1,8.73 8,914 3720998 Other broad silks..............yd.. 09681 4.195 152
341901 Flan twine and cordage......... lb.. 1,382 3,914 1,688 372500 Velvets, plushes, and
341905 Hemp and ramie twine, cord, and chenilles.................. sq.yd.. .......... .......... .............
cordage......................lb. 17,510 9,672 18,263 372900 Silk and velvet ribbons........ Ib.. 36 191 59
341909 Sloal or henequen, istle or Wearing apparel:
Teampico, Canton, maguey, pacol, 374100 underwear ......................no. 2 15 2
and sunn twine, cord, and 375200 Silk drenses, skirts, and
cordage....................I..t b.. .101,78 18,115 103,479 blouses.....................no.. 16 904 l21
341998 Other cordage ................. lb.. 13,747 3,254 14, 10 ozierv:
359500 Oakum ............................ lb. 329,046 35,785 340,258 375400 Women's and children's
349909 Sisel or henequen, istle or seamless................doz.r ............ .......................
Tepico, Canton, maguey, pacol, 375500 hosenis fulland sunn yarns ...............lb.. ................... ........... I fashioned...............do.r. 16 990 i
Kapok: 3757001 ken's socks.............do.pr ........... ......I. ..,.........
349913 Life-eaving appliances....................... 670 826 375900 Silk earing apparel, n.e.s.
349925 Kapok manufactures, n.e.s ....... 16... ,1048 121,206 (men't, women'n, and children's
359998 Vegetable fibers and manufactures, included).................................. 53 178
ne.s. (straw or grass Menu- 379900 SilI noils and .aste............ 1293 637 1,329
features inct.) ............................... 65,000 25.95 379900 Silk ranufactures, n.e....................... 7,405 1.063

WOOL, MANUFACTUREDO SYNTHETIC FLIERS AND NANUFACTI'RES

360903 Carpet wools .....................lb ............ 393005 Nylon waste and staple fiber ..... lb., 38.174 9,926 3 9,402
360905 Clothing wool.................... ,590,285 1 899,231 5,21,152 383007 Rayon aste and staple fiber....b.. 385,113 64,692 3 93,19
360907 Combing wool..................... lb. 2.395,997 2.025,000 2,555,987 383009 Other synthetic cut fibers end
360911 Hair, Angora goat (mohair) waste...........................b 5.425 4,193 5,$11
Cashmere goat, alpaca, and 384005b ylon yarn, onoftalament, bends.
other like hair ................. lb. 22.978 1.15 23. 651 and rope....................... Ib.. 1,015 4.594 1,927












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OCTOBRS 1945

Coo. Coo.,Coambodity descriptro, and ilt Met value tIt Comaity dAeription and unit Ntel Vahve
o of quality quantty dollars ) (pounds) 0, quantity (doellna) (pounds)
too.......... of .............................. dnt tyiprii,


G0OUP 3. -TEXTILE FIEdRS AND GROUP 3, TEXTILE FIBERS AND
MANUFACTURES Cont nued MANUf 4ACTUORE$ Cont i ,ed

SYNTHETIC F IGERS AND MANUFACTURES MISCELAEOUS TEXTfILE P UCTS Comn.
Continued Book cloth (all types):
384007 Spun reyon yarn, single and 3914l0 Pyroxylin-coated or
plid.......................... lb.. 133,746 90.1433 154,801 maprognated................ q.yd. 14,747 4.213 4.743
38U4008 Acetate rayon yarn, monofilament. 391420 Starch filled............... s.yd, 43.171 10.688 10,501
baends, and rope.................Ib- 430,529 296,258 535,6.97 391500 Pyroxylin-coated or impregnated
3984013 flcose hiqh-tenacity tire cord or fabrics ...................... sq.yd.. 183,360 101,933 94.283
yarn on cons or warps, treated, 391700 Coated or Impregnated
dipped, or treated (fuel-call fabrics, n.e.s............... yd.. 315,000 170,91 16,.258
high-tenacity crd or yarn 391800 Waterproof outer garments, except
Included) .......................lb.. 14,596 79.789 201,788 rubber oand rubberized...........no 10.107 49,680 21,76
384015 Vicoe and copremonium 392100 Corsets, brasieres, and girdles,
continoos f ilcent yarn, except rubber and rubberized....no, 373,470 401.282 I9i.g5
onotilemaent, bands, and rope, 392800 Neckties cravats, mufflers and
ecept tire cord or yarn...... .. 772,049 5143,290 932,535 scarfs (aell fibers).......... dorz., 26.336 204,817 3,851
384098 Other synthetic yarn, mon- 3914010 Hat braids, strikes and sheets
filament, bands, and rope.......lb.. 4,627 6.084 5,753 of natural fibers ...............yd. 92.245 5.058 1,010
384200 Thread and yarn for seeing, 394050 Hat braids, strips and sheets,
embroidering, hand-knitting wholly or partly of synthetic
and crocheting...............l..1 10,995 20.566 14,700 textiles........................yd. 484,066 21,08 5,317
PIece goods, wholly or chiefly of Hats, bonnets, hoods. Caps and
synthetic fibers: berets:
384500 Pile (velvets, etc.) ...........tlb. 19,078 142.206 23.663 Hats and hat bodies of straw,
396501 Pile (velvets, etc.)-quantity palm leaf, etc.:
only......................sq.yd.. 71.581 ....................... 394200 Harvest......................no- 2,747 2.961 1.001
318400 Knit fabric, in the elece......lb.. 53.848 132,224 62,537 Other:
38920 Upholstery and drapery fabrics, 394400 Sewed.....................no.. 18,447 19.288 10,616
wider than 42 inches, woven, 3914500 Woven .....................no.. 8,162 7,679 ,51
except pile..................lb.. 22,509 44,914 24,782 395100 Yen's and boys' fur-felt hats
3814621 Upholstery and drapery fabr Ics and hat bodies ..............so. 59,946 240,148 45,095
wider than 42 inches, woven, 395200 Women's and girls' fur-felt
except pile-quantity only..aq.yd.. 46,724 .......... ..... hats and hat bodies...........no.. 6,470 25,280 4,281
Woven filament yarn fabrics, 395300 Wool-felt hats and hat trodies..no, 33,080 50.408 22,802
n.e.s.: Other hats, caps, and berets:
384925 Cord-tire and fuel-cell 395700 Knit and crocheted...........no. 10,048 2,914 1,601
fabrics (treated, dipped, 395800 Woven fabric.................no.. 46.539 40.237 25,074
or untreated..............l..1b, 507,105 327,339 655,201 396300 Artificial or ornamental flowers,
38429 Cord tire and fuel-call fbrics fruits, vegetables, grasses.
(treated, dippedor untreated)- grains, leaves, stems, or parts
quantity only............sq.yd.. 643,360 ............... ........ thereof (all materials)........................ 56,563 19,020
384930 Printed................... lb. 157,453 377,505 180,588 Mattresses, cotton, kapok, moss,
1384931 Printed-quantity only.... sq.yd. 667,497 .......... ............. and hair:
384952 Other (greige. white, piece- 397005 Mattresses, kapok..............no.. I 13 20
dyed and yarn-dyed 397098 Mattresses, cotton, moss, and
included).......... ....... lb. 391,148 848,797 452,474 hair.........................no 12,027 77,192 337,842
384953 Other (greige, white, piece- 398000 Absorbent cotton, sterilized gauze,
dyed and yarn-dyed included)-- and sterilized bandages ........ lb.. 637,317 230,030 696,258
quantity only............ sq.yd.. t,672,188 ....................... Elastic webbing, woven, knitted
Woven span yarn fabrics, n.e.s.- or braided:
384960 Printed .....................lb.. 50,369 124,484 57,608 398800 Not over I 1'2 inches wide.....yd., 4.316,431 5,594 18,782
384 91 Printed-quantity only.....sq.yd.. 203.426 ........... .............399000 Over I 1/2 inches wide .........yd. 37,14 40,575 1,966
384970 Other (greige, white, piece- 399400 arters, am bands, suspenders,
dyed, and yarn-dyed and braces......................... .......... 100,888 43,323
included)... ............ lb.. 97,562 205,819 112,087 Clothing, military, air and naval,
38971 Other (greige. white, piece- not identifiable by material
dyed and yarn-dyed included)- under specific clothing classes:
quantity only............sq.yd.. 327.711 ....................... 399501 Personal and organizational........ .......... ,637 652
384990 Remnants and m111il ends (less 399505 Aviation ..................................... 250 165
than 10 yards in length)......lb. 99,799 108,948 I1,463 399507 Special for parachute troops......................... ...........
385000 Hoose furnishings................................ 16,420 10.858 399509 Special for nurses.................... .........................
Outerwear, women's and children's: 3995 Special for armored forces........................................
38r5201 Dres. and ands clens 399515 Special for cold weather...........................................
369204 dresses and ene(nbles, ecet 399517 Gas protective clothing, military..................... ............

and three piece ensembles as 399519 Clothing, military and air, n.e.s.. .......... 173520
one unt) .............. ...no.. 97.524 598.674 100,929 399521 Nonal clothing ......................... .... ,56 49,728
385205 Other outerwear, except knit 399900 Textile manufacturers, n.e.s.. .................. 979,097 2.311.771
or crocheted. .................. no._ 30,741 | 7,919 20,716
35310 Dresses and ensembles, knit or 20,7 GROUP 4- WO00O AND PAPER .............. 12.323.028 284,077,021
crocheted (one. two, and WOOD, UNMANUFACTUREO
three piece ensembles as one
unit) ......................... 9,333 417,502 10,1430 Logs and hewn timber (indicate
385320 Other outerwear, knit or quantity scale):
crocheted ............................... 149,797 12,408 Hardwoods:
Hoslery: 400100 Ash and hickory..... N bd.ft.. 5 230 30,000
Women's and childrn's- 400200 Cottonwood and aspen... bd.ft .................................
385410 flylon....................doz.pr.. 2,884 39.931 3,615 MCOO400 Walnut.................. M bd.ft.. 17 5,468 212,360
385490 Other synthetic 400600 Hardwood burls.......... M bd.ft ...................................
textiles ................doz.pr.. 55.243 409,414 107.604 400905 Mahogany logs...........4 bd.ft.................. ..............
385600 Men's socks................doz or., 16,073 51,903 24.024 400907 Lignum-vitae logs.......M bd.ft.. S 2,700 35,417
385710 Knit underwear.................doz.. 14,237 91,691 30,840 400909 Teak togs............... o bd.ft.. .............. ..............
38572C Woven underwear.................doz.. 8,657 107,871 27,008 400998 Other hardwood logs and
385770 Sleeping and lounging garments, timber................. M bd.ft.. 12 1,400 141,700
knit or woven..................doz.. 2.860 92.,CC4 25,321 Softwoods:
3850 Ribbons ............. ........................... 01,302 28.215 1401200 Douglas fir............. bd.ft., 38 1,153 122.,491
385850 Braids, fringes, and narrow
trimmings, eoceopt hat braids... ........... 38...... ,807 15,118 1401400 lHemlock................M bd.ft...................... .......
385900 Synthetic textile manufactures, Cedar:
",e.s ..................................... 276,356 74,250 401600 Western red...........M bd.ft .. ................ ..........
1401700 Port Orford........... M bd.ft............ .... ..............
MISCELLAIEOUS TEXTILE PRODUCTS 401800 Other.................M bdft.................................
402900 Other softwood logs and
390100 Linoleu ................... sq.yd.. 53.369 37,800 272.88 timber ................. M bd.ft...................................
390300 Felt-bose floor coverings .....sq.yd.. 553.628 142,6568 1.555.142 Railroad ties, hewn:
391100 Gileloth for shelf, table and 4102600 Creosdted, or otherwise
a ......................syd.. 72.745 13.383 49.803 treated............... M bd.ft 20 14.25 939.668
39|0oy Windo5-shade cloth..........sq.yd.. l4.593 3.128 5.231 402900 Other ................... M bd.ft ...................................















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Con
mod- iod.Ity Connodity description and unit mlt Value alphg R Coundity descuiption and unit get Value
cca of quantity quantity (dollars) Unil co of quantity grantity (dollar)

(Suhed. (Sched.
ul* 8) uie 5) ___________GROUP 4.-WOOD AND PAPER-Continued Gi0tP 4,-WOOD AllA PAPER-tontinued
WOOD, UMAIUFACTURED-Continued WOOD AllLFACTORE8-Cotinued
403100 Creosoted piling.............lin.ft. 22,744 29,225 939,111 421605 Veneers, sar* grade..,,,,....soft,. 1,595.628 23.301 200,68
403200 Other piling...............lin.ft.. .......... .......... ............. 422100 Veneer package# for fruit and
403400 Telegraph, trolley, and electric- vegetables. ,,,,,.,,,,,.,,,,,,,,. ,,,,.,.. 101,%47 1,6509.50
light poles.....................no.. 8,197 90,613 5,072,509 422200 Lath,... ........,.,,.,,,. ..... 82 910 41,710
'403900 irewood and other unmanufactured 422500 Shingles.. .n,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,. w. 615 4,501 95,375
wood................................ .......... 145,301 18,013,363 422600 Doorse... .,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,.,e, 8,810 3,287 361,601
422600 Trim and moldings............ linft*, 117,792 6,764 3026C7
SAWMILL PRODUCTS (LUMBER) 422000 Venetian blind slata,,,,,,,,,,,,..,,,,, ....,,, 11,01 50,417
Softwoods, not treated: 423100 Venatian blinde..,,.,,, .,,,a qO67 1,968 7,761
406000 Southern pine.............M bd.ft. 1,101 123,183 4,593,629 '42200 Sash and blinds, n..g ,,.,,,,..,,no, 7,532 20,377 130,70
'06300 Douglas fir...............M bdft.. 1,254 60,846 3,490,o7 423950 Prefabricated and readtyvot
406500 Cedar...................H h d.ft................... .......hos$.......................hoii,,,,.,,.,,,... Mo, 151 156,161 2,71159
406900 Other...................HM bd.ft II 1,413 37,330 423990 Other millwarh add boaue flatr4,,,,,........ 40.370 139.197
407900 ardwoods, nut treated dbdft.. 228 21,311 1,061,924 Fur arn bl e of w wodi
Creosoted or oth~erwise treated: 42.4200 Chfairs, chief value Wood ...... K,, gi,75 t7,82# U ',154
408000 Southern pine.............H bd.ft.. 140 10,635 609,888 424900 Office furniture and store
408500 Other.....................H bdft.. 38 5,332 134,190 fixturea..,.,, ... .,, 22,,,,,,. 12,168 71,166
Boards, planks, and scantlings, less 424700 Other wood furniture, chief
than 5 inches in least dimension: value of iod ..,........... .**.*... 128,091 368,305
Softwoods, 421800 Wood furniture, oblef value of
410000 Cypress ................M bd.ft.. 58 4,546 209,200 upholatry and .dd......... ..., ........,. 70,617 I9,20l
Douglas fir: 426000 Beat ears and coddles........ no' 1,586 3,410 14,222
410100 Rough.................M bd.ft.. 19,356 826,363 64,166,066 Handles:
410200 Dressed ..............M bd.ft.. 935 53,662 2,314,020 428500 Plow and s9S7r bent
Southern pine: handles .. ... ........,.,dp, 061 5,07 31,567
410300 Rough...............M bd.ft.. 3,372 272,387 14,294,505 428000 cod, fork, m hac el, brams, .ap,
411000 Dressed.............M bd.ft.. 1,792 173,755 5,292,676 and other long handle69.9...8d11, 22.007 r32* 07.5
'4060 Podeoa in b~f.* 20 5,01 ,5616 428000 StrIkIngo tool handle.....,....p, 001. *3,664 57.071 aRI,918
'41060 Woter pineo.fw .........M bd.ft. .. 0 51,67 3,2,9120I Pencil s Aat.U
410720 Porte ord c. H bd.ft 11 5,07 855,680 420100 Catrn rod cdar........... lb, 15.792 2,751 16,305
410700 ohr cedar............M bd.ft.. 19 ',30 20 7 65 0 42200 Incensa cedar.,....... .....II 1 117, 180 7,57 30530
410800 ie eean ........3....0 2d.ft0 36 35 20770 428550 Wodmnarg (kitah s and houaseld). 0, 5 1,320 50.198


mapl0 eo.............:.....M bd.ft. 1,56 192,6651 1 62 4 430500 Stoppere...cture, a.*.;*...*........l...1..535 II6,1i0 B,07193
410900 Spruce.................M bd.ft.. 58 5,000 207,00 429900 Wood insufactior .....a n, lb, to,57, 48,180 ,21,81
411200 Ceoch...............M bd.ft.. 191 5,324 699,811
1100 Other sftodn .....M bd.ft.. .......... 27 1,120 COAprs N o eM7IES7
2 arduuod: 430000 Cork wood or barh,
411700 Ash.....................M bdeft. 6 191 20,053 652,736 umanufactired.... 31,645 7,5Z2 33,053
411800 Birch, beech and 430200 DiP. ., washer, and waf.r..... ..i. b1 2 90,P05 17,df7 13,970
m nut.................. bd.ft. 1,563 12,665 6,26,B22 430500 Stoppers..................... rd. 1b .. 1,53. 11..0. 1,0.9
411900 Chestnut................M bd.ft. 4 216 20 ,10 430600 Corh Insulation ....eg...t.. .. '40,072 4,09 55,28a
412000 Cottonwood..............M bd.ft.. 1,320 56,000 .4.0700 .an.factures of artiflcal, blpeh e .
412100 Gum red and sip........H bd.ft. 77 6,276 301,900 tonor copressd Cor... 372,03 113,ao ads0c,2a h
412200 Dum, tupelo and back... bd.ft.. 257 15,305 758,500 430900 Manufactures of natural cork,
41300 ck lor in............M bd.ft 169 12,045 776,478 er.a ...,,.,. .....,.,,....,,, b.n 0b. 199 61,18
412100 Oa .............N bd.ftf8 l,5o8 612,16S 2t,192,uo2
1 n Poplar..................M bd.ft.. 160 22,853 57, 10 PAPER ASE STOC S
412800 Walnut ...............M bd.ft. 6 6,1884 292,922 '460000 Pul wood p... .. ...cor......,,.g... ......0 # 13. 3.....t
412700 Mahogany .............. bd.ft 25 5,06 7,00 Wood pulp (air-dry eight);
412800 Magnolia..............H bd.ft............ .......... .............SUlite woou pnl., bl .ac t3d,
412900 Lignua-vitre...........M bd.ft............ .......... ............. 460100 S aon and special p hslcel
413000 Toh .................M bd.ft. 0.......... .......... .............6 8,1grade7 320..., ..ogtont 403 1,744 273.00
413100 Oak flooring...........H bd.ft.. 139 12,815 200,59 460200 Other. ...............sp*ton, ng4 s9,747 1,717,13
'413200 Other hardwood floor- 60400 Sulfito wood pulpp,
ping..................M bd.ft. 1 16,652 279,75 0nhleached ......... a.ten, Rags fo0,r1 papr7soc
41400 Wagon-oak planks........M bd.ft.. 207 16.,83 1,21,760 '460500 ae wood Pu lpe ..o....esto, 30 29 10,81 380%
Smull hardwood dimension stock: '460600 Sulfate wood Pulp,
413600 Encet squares........HN bd.ft. 12 151,383 3,765,213 unbleachd..,. .. ... : ~ tom, 43,1 '06i#
413700 Oak squares. ....M bd.ft.. 33 1,81 158,100 6 1000 Sulfte wood pulp,



Railroad ties, saed:0 9690 otres ne............... #tn II500 320195,06
413800 Oth r squaresC.reosot. 106 otherw32 0,0000e., ,,,.,*****. eathe 1 07 335 1,669
'413900 Other hardwoods .... bd.ft.. 204 13,110 828,922 161900 Screanings and other
Be shook.: wood pape ..s.o.............. .ton, 70 3,710 '1;,1
414000 White, ponderosa, and sugar Paper bass stocks,naa.
pin5 .....................M bd.ft.. 71 6,23 172,700 A E for Rper stock:
41100 Southrn pine...........H bd.ft.......... .......... ............. 479200 falnd r0 or oer p.r toe. ..i.o 7, 1 10731 4,'I68,6
4.200 Tigh savesp bd.ft.. .......... .......... ............. 469100 Valued under o0 per tont....s$.ton, 0 5 10,031 '6105t
41300 Gum ..... ............. bd.ft. 3.......... .......... .............. 2 Other paper stock
41900 Other ...... ............H bd.ft.. 1,314 393,152 4,915,026 Measts paper:
Railroad n ties, sa7ed:60 9805 Oerissusnemw................., 15,00 3,300 110,309
415600 Creosoted or otherwise 47909 Other ..apla .ex..... ..... lb. 1 02 67 U,654 1,1,9,90
treated ................... ft., 506 26,650 21439,722 44008 Other i paper sto.............. lb,. 25,1 3,091* $1
15900 Cther p ..................brM bd.ft. 3 0 9,600 PAPER, RE .bATED PRODUCT7
WOOD MANUFACTURES Alto MANUFACTURES
Cooperage: Printing paper:
n20110 Tight staves, new............n.. 019,819 217,22 74.506,723 471200 Standard cw aprnt:......... Is, 4,60541 173,433 4,511,92
420150 Tight tves ued ........... no ............ .......................p471400 Book Paper, not coatrdk..... 1k, 4,393,11 36 1,663 l.*17,W0
420200 Slack stanes.................. no.. 307,671 12.614 560,180 '47200 Cover paper. .................._1111 200.05% 61,971 224,(41
420300 Tight heading ...............sit. 15,1 58,30 1,61,75 p72100 Grapproof nd waterproof
4201400 Slack heading...............fst.. 47,60 8,753 223,975 poap c..o...................... It. 2,812,833 30.,330 3,13216
420500 Tight so aks ...............sao ect.. 2e4,r1 128,320 5 4323 WappinO paper, except kraft....b. 1,08,02 170,625 1,719.116
42060 Slack shoka................s. et.. 504 350 10,080 47200 Traft wrappr.. paper............. lb. 1640,731 110,2833 ins.8t
420910 Tight apty barrels, casks, '472500 Surface-coated paper...........lb. 1130,370 0.11 11370,33
ande osh d. n..... .....no. 3,390 13,22 170,297 Tissa and crepe paper:
420050 Tight fto aept cak s 47200 Cegarette p r (enct cork
and4 hogsheads, useid.... . 19,235 56,225 i.692.256 paper), cigarette hoohs. end
t42101 Plywood, aero grade...........s.ft.. 160 25 601 hook Coverr..................l1b BSI31830 3711168 3 6,70 1
e21n0 e Plywood, hardwood, except t aero 472698 Other tissue ad creop Paper ...lb. 1,08,30 180,475 1,100247
grd.............n~t. 6,681,513 053,532 6,055,08 '472800 Tolt paper ................ lb 663,019 60,2m 714,6
'421107 Plywood dulsfrecaEse'472900 Paper towels and napkins ... 1.. to 50,816 30.371 30,31
grads............... su~ft.. 5,121,051 '478,667 6,523.706 '473000 Kraft container board ...........lb. '4,79,.7306 153,666 4,703,736
'421406 Plywtood, softwood. escept dougIos 173100 Other boo board spear beard
fir and &ero grade.....su*,ft. 1,920 60 950 and straeboard................. 1, 2,b6e 212 12,111 3006Sri
Veneers, except acre grade: 473200 Bristol* end bristol bord....... lbI. 575.0a 117,304 6116.400
421601 Fancy, face, or figured... ft.. 2.525,705 71,86 201,491 473300 Other paperboard. except
421603 Utility or commercial.......s.dt. 3,9860,51 90,507 478,3146 container and boxboard.....,... I, 3,101.010 205.665 3,307,607















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c.e. c .
on, modCaemoot5y aesr an and unit et valued Como dty description ari unit ant VII
ity o ) ( n o. of quatity Quantity



GOUP 4.-1,000 AND PAPER-Coantined GROUP S.-OMMETALLIC MINERALS-Con.

PAPER. RELATED PRODUCTS AND I STONE, HYDRAULIC CEMENT, AID LIME
NARACTUES-Contined 510100 Marble and other building and
473500 Sheathing and buildlna pager..,.. It'. 961.339 41,757 965.319 monumental stone, rough or
973600 Fiber insulatlon board (7/16 Inch dressed....................co.4t.. 11,599 37,802 2,020,58,
and over in thickness).... .ft. 5,563,201 185,620 4,35.304 512700 Manufactures of stone, n.e.$..
473600 Wall board of paper or pulp (/8 except crushed Stone ................ ........ 19,055 3,6.9 3
to lass than 7/16 Inch In Hydraulic cement:
thickness)...................Sq.ft. 2.365,690 133,709 1,826,200 51$400 Standard Portland............bbil 518.175 1.169,418 196.63,,
474100 Blotting paper.................lb. $49,721 76,056 608,666 5I6500 White nonstaining and other...5bb.. 24,437 106,859 9,399,109
475000 Filine folders, index cards, and S17000 Concrete and cement manufactures. .... 27,735 972.3"
other office forms, plain or $17100 Lin*.........................lb.. 6,263.107 21.207 .2i3,10
printed.....................lb.. 235,252 67,025 269.335
76000 Papeteriles (fancy writing GLASS AND GLASS PRODUCTS
apr) .......... -............lbt.. 92,979 29,782 68,32
,76100 Paitine Paper. except fancy. lb.. 7,561,1 7 850,603 G,166:881 521200 Plate glass ......... .....sq.ft.. 680,637 246,950 2.240,967
477500 aper h anmns or wallaper....roll.. 112.370 36,128 192:593 521500 Cylinder, 37wn, and sheet
Paper bagse gl.so .....................ar.d... .t.. 9,337.. 16 3B. 356 725058987
477700 eany Sh.pin. ec ty.e..... lb.. 615,106 98,001 629,93 Lamnated glass and manufactures*
7700 Other.......................lb. 570,293 11,902 1,005,83 621750 P rlletrorf glasso...................12
Bones A .d ca9tnaI 521790 Other ........................ ........... 120,789 101,92
470000 Paeany fiber elt ppl containers 2180 Rnlled glass encedt

nf c r r st e d r e s l d c o lo r e d . . . . . . .. s .f . 6 3 9 ,9 3 5 7 6 3 9 0 1 32. 9 7 0
eta -ner hoard ..............lb. 6.. 572 26,590 2 4,9688 522000 Raled, cylinder, cr.o, and
976200 609cr...............lb". 524,169 98,894 573,759 sheet glass, abscuned by
979300 ::OA Mb....slb.d 129,672 39,100 147,331 coloring riar to noldfiesa
9790 Vulcal ed fiber seett, strips. iaun net less then 1/ Inch
rods, and kbest................. 359,93 2 so.1 407,126 In thicdnessd..................nft.. 72,953 31,276 M2,99
49700 Cash-register and ddlen-machne 523005 Otical glass.ecept ohthal70ic..no. 1 29,002 7263 6372
paper........;..*; ;.....* ..l. 99,725 5,511 5i, 219 523090 Other glass.......................... .......... 016,292 899.TOO
9 P pe rLe ANd PR d Unfilled glass contained:
sanafaCtares, n.e. ...........at lb., 2.s5).964 612,220 .6.439 523200 Ph5818ceutical and proprietary
e.. . .. 73 27 9 79 8 9 a e........lectic........b. ....8.87 19,506 2,133,213
0 lOUP a-NOinETALLIC INEALS............. 5,793,065 1 3764,83 523900 Beverage bottles.................. ... 503,69 15,79071
523:00 Other unfilled glass containers.....159,798 2,791,593
COAL APO0 RELATED FUIELS Tumblers, drinking glasses and
foaL I*- tedware, plain, cot. engraved,
50132 Anthrcite ...............a.eor. 325.f06 et52,0o1 730,356,135 or otherwise decorated:
500200 Bituminous.................tel, 2.87.078 15,034,386 5.786,908,990 523710 Mahcine-ade ................tno.. ,85,05 17,002 2,122685
0 foal and coke briqets. .tn. 1,705 151,82f l.312 999 52379 O end-ad...................o 76 1,2 792,7
500900 oke, except Petroleum coke...l.tan. 105.279 1.022,97 238,79,622 Table and kitchen araicle,
n.e.S., plain, cut, engraved,
PETROLEUM AlND PROUICTS or otherwise decorated*
1501103 Crude petroleum (except mnton fuels) 529012 Mschine-isade .................no 5,871,820 992, 148 4,113,002
nt les th 80 ctane........bbl. 3,340,062 5,99380 1,006,86952 529018 Cand-Dade....................do. 213,17 91,850 277.503
501107 asrudepetoleum...x...t i2. bILabo 0hiiney7s and lantern globe ..... .......... w2t,812 137,03
c017faden ptoles) net ls brtha 526100,01*bes and shades for lighting
50198 ather os) fel an ses......................e............. 70,376 39,056
60 octane ...................bbl. 422,06 3, 896,966 122,003,.0 529100 ChLcal glassware .............b. 153,293 106,819 215,275







s08 othenrdotrdoter oiishe tigadprs d... ..... 3,2 2,5
0 Kercse pe......................bbl. 179,358 227,30 9 51,79 00 52390Glass electric insatorsl....lb.: 18,277 9,449 161,900
o0i200 l.ra o..............bbl. 2,222 8333,4 $29800 Other glastary...................... .......... 12,016 2,12,609
580Reiedu o i.LA. A. CLA PRODUCTS
Motor fel and sasollneh
501325 Blandine agents of petrolm.. 532030 F Ie cl ickand.shap....I.tb. 9,526 60,270 21,175,905
or5lcnk.....................gal. 8,640 8,64 7,900 50907 li chinaa c:ton 21 12.765 1,82,600
Aviation sto fols: 5309120 Other clays... .............I... 7,93 165,952 17,928.077
501605 Sm octane otor fels...bbl. 6,00 68,977 ,.975,920 Pottery:
50198 Medisu octane otorm 532000 Table ard kitchen articles
ols..................hbal. 125,596 28,186 32,015,869 end utensils................do 133,109 1285.095 1,370,218
501707 Othr leat n o il sanitary articles.
gasoli ae................bbl.. 17,871 1,107,699 107,96,403 533200 Closet bawls and eater- 0t
501798 Other motor fsel and sets................. t.c 13.090 129,001 6819,916
gasoline, n.e.c............hbbl. 1,591,306 3,986,555 393,875,555 53200 Lanatih ies, o s, t6,235 75,527 o0ry09
50003 apthe. mineral pirits, 53390 Sanitary fistores and
solents, and other finished fittings, and parts, .e.s ..............31.524 220,09
light products...............bbl.. 21,826 166, 32 6.65,530 Electrical parcelain:I
5020 Lerase t ne....................bbl. 604,729 099,871 164,497,740 533500 For less than ,600 . lt.....b.. 2 1,2678 9,9 203,2 1
502000 Lbs nil and distillate fel 533600 For ,600 volts and over. lb 241,112 69,650 299,709

gil ub....................bl. 2,63,866 ,326,802 737.336,795 53300 Other attery................................ 116,967 469,171
503100 Resdua l afoel nily............b. 267,085 363,09 78,583,015 Firebrick:
Lb'i edti tols: 536100 Chrgse beics and sha0es3 .196.51 lb 2,026,312 77,51 2,051,902
603300 Red and dale ..............ShI. 79.213 672.799 27,108,672 536200 Megnesite brick end Shaes..lb 2,505,9694 106,225 2.006,799
503400 Ulanre. ...................blt. 10,57 89,927 3,931,69 Silica brc :
fyineden 536200 Standard 9-inch series 2 ...9.. 323 10,398 1,473,524
50510 Bright stockha............sbn. 5,392 52,373 1,578,155 503600 Other shapes ..................09.. 3664 2.953 4,177,076
503520 Stewm refined stocbs ...bbl. 3,730 -33,310 1,282.695 ie-clay brick:
5039800 Insulating or transfer 5360005 'Standard 9-inch series .......... 718 187,70 1906.93
5 0 a lgs....................g al. 209.800 36,869 1,75,631 536700 Other shares ................ 153 163.57 11,9.330
503600 Light lubricating; oils In 53600 Firebrich, n~e.o ..............lb., 9,676,359 139,603 4,953.064
aetol packages ...........gal. 23,6598 3.03 268,109 539900 Other brpc.....................Ib .. 13,2 2,927 2,028.739
Aviation lubricating oils: 537000 Earthen flour and wall
504001 hi gh i snosity Index tiles...................... s.ft 186,335 4b,720 658.281
grade ..................bbl.. 65,211 86,597 21,644,621 "Iglh-tesaeratore nr refractory
509003 Medium viscosity enden remeat:
grade...........b1 85,067 1,252,336 28,796,239 537505 Chraeite base mixtures .... Ib 199,000 3,290 150,192
504096 Lubriatn ils n he. s 5. 92:089 545,817 f9,418,847 537598 Other......................... lb 2,891,236 71, 182 2,977,531
504100 Lubricating greases, estceat 537900 other terr-cotta aed ceramic
grahite lubricants ............lb.. 3,939,090 252,77 9,9.71,719 manufactures ............. .....................39.979 2.084,099
509200 Petroleue and Petroleum jelly.... .. u.066,960 257,915 7,195.351
509200 Liguefied petroleum gases....Ib.. 10814,378 196.516 10,995,035 OTtER NONMETALLIC MINERALS,
Paraffin wan: IIICLUDIIIO PRECIOUS
509500 Unrefined.................... lb. 6.881.271 320.510 7,176,970 bras:ives:
5096001Pgefined and neri-refined l...Ib. 6.089,09B 365,952 6,293,852 550 Whels of emrery and corundum...lIb. ~3 1.728 1,291.3
504700 Ptrnleue asphalt ........... ton" 30,902 565,289 50,578,769 5906001 gniadstones ................l 921,665 7, 953 4938t:066
506800 Petroleum robe ..............l ton. SO,56 218,009 93.780,357 5909051 Diamnd arinding eheelo.l::b., 360 7,865 679
505200 Nlatural gas............... 4 cu.Vt. 2.0 19,800 173,387 100,039,738 5909101 Diamsond dust ............... cara 6,165 8,602 7
5059010 Petroeue pradonts, n.e.o...gal. 260,982 203.023 2.108,59 5609301 Eey powde..................l 14.721 2.397 17,557













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Com.- Cos,*d- andCommodity description and unit eNot Value t o Commodity desr ipt ion and unit t alue
of toantity~~~ negt code lyocrtonadui
1o. ofquantity quantity (dollars) (pounds) do. of uantity uatty (ollar (
s.e ) ) ule 8)

GROUP 5.-IIONMETALLIC MIlNERALS-Con. GROUP 5.-1NOIMETALLIC MIIERALS-Con.

OTHER NONMETALLIC-MINERALS, OTHER NONMETALLIC MINERALS,
INCLUDING PRECIOUS-Continued INCLUDING PRECIOUS-Continued

Abrasives-Continued 596098 Other nonmetallic mineral
540998 Other natural abrasives, hones, products, except precious ..................... 468,395 2n6,835,370
and whetstones................ lb.. 4,248,267 113,525 4,374,470 599005 Dilamonds stable only for
541105 Steel abrasives................ lb.. 410,147 12,874 412,976 Industrial use...............carat. 33.516 100.321 32
541198 Artificial abrasives, crude 599098 Precious, synthetic, and
and in grains, except steel Imitation stones, a.e.3 ............ ........... 214.235 2,11l
sra ive..................ID b.. 3,305,119 250,505 3,400,907 .-ETALS AND AII54,1200 Wheen o1 f ariiilGROUP 6.-METALS AND MAVabrasives ..................... lb.. 4ti,480 173,682 549,809 FACTURES, EXCEPT MACHINERY
541300 Steel wool.................... lb.. 173,212 39,389 205,537 AND VEHICLES ............................. 39,236,148 1,431.056.305
541800 Abrasive paper nd cloth ..... ream. 8,303 102,398 303,085
541900 Other artificial abrasives, IRON ORE
hones, and whetstones ......... lb.. 68.515 37,598 88,471 600100 Iron ore................... I.ton.. 314,273 1.022,006 70U,9A.,
Asbestos:
Unmanufactured, crude and fiber: IRON AND STEEL SENIMANUFACTURES
545105 Fibers, 3/8 in. or more In
length................... .ton.. 11 1,022 26,659 600700 Pig iron...................... I.ton. 11.026 309,280 2%,896,0
545198 Other..................... I.ton.. 17 1,633 40,088 Iron end steel scrap:
545300 Paper, llboard, and 601020 No. I heavy selting......... t.ton.. 1,990 31,246 4,460,24
roll board..................1..b 51,933 5,070 59,968 601030 No. 2 melting...............l.ton.. 1,721 27,426 3.849.920
545400 Pipe covering and cement..... b.. 240,870 12,755 252,587 601040 Hydraulically compressed
545510 Textiles and yarn............lb.. 32,936 18,504 35,609 and baled................l.. .ton............ ......................
545550 Packing........................6. 235,051 137,569 288,395 601070 Cast and burnt iron scrap...l.ton.. 236 4,589 S,97
Brake lining: 601090 Other...................... ).ton.. 412 9,391 955,363
545600 Molded and semimolded........lb.. 117,946 8 4,797 148,911 601100 Tin-plate scrap ............... I.ton ...................................
545700 Woven....................lin.ft.. 26,905 12,669 19,571 601300 Tin-plate circles, strips,
Clutch facing: cobbles, and scroll shear
545810 olded and semimolded........ no.. 44,871 17,825 25,501 butts .......................l.ton 100 9,206 224,000
55830 Woven.......................no., 8,181 4,587 4,894 601400 Waste, waste tin-plate........ .ton. 434 44,696 1,025.07
Brake blocks: 601500 Terne-plate clippings and
545901 Molded and semimolded........lb.. 16,998 13,025 20.976 scrap........................ ton .......... .......................
585905 Woven.....................lb. 588 696 888 Steel ingots, blooms, billets,
545915 Sheets........................lb. 224,049 21397 231,829 slabs, sheet bars, and tin-plate
545998 Asbestos manufactures, n.e.s...lb.. 727,264 58,258 748,601 bars:
Asphalt and bitumen, natural, Not containing allyexcept petroleum asphalt: 601605 Iron and steel ingots ..... I.ton. .......... .......................
547000 Unmanufactured..............l .ton. 721 34,011 1,612,054 601606 Steel billets, blooms, and
547100 Monufatectures, n.e.s............ lb. 1,463,436 63,361 1,542,965 slabs....................l.too 9,712 487,672 2176 4IL230
Graphite, natural: 601609 Iron and steel sheet bars,
547201 Ceylon amorphous ...............lb. 3,300 282 3,622 and tin-plate bars.......ton. 4,448 197,421 992,420
587203 Flake, crystalline, lump Alloy steel, including stainlessor chip.......................lb, 6.498 546 6,911 601705 Iron and steel Ingots .....I.ton. 54 2,928 122,170
547298 Other natural graphite.........lb. 228,973 10,887 239,315 601706 Steel billets, blooms, and
Carbon or graphite products: slabs.....................ton. 1,045 74.04 2,340.75 4
547300 Electrodes for furnace or 601709 Iron and steel sheet bars,
electrolytic work.............lb. 647,433 67,484 798,074 and tin-plate bars....... I.ton. It 6,143 255,41369
547400 Brushes and stock ........................... 32.861 28,530 Iron and steel bars and rods:
547800 Lighting carbons...............no. 732,566 $5, 175 50,433 602000 Steel bars, cold tinished...... lb. 6.510,288 280.582 6,530,931
548098 Carbon or graphite products, n.e.s.. .......... 154,612 1,210,468 602100 Iron bars.....................lb. ,52 13,54 t0786
Gypsum and manutactures of: 602200 Concrete reinforcement ars...lb. 31,47924 889,35 3148,112
548S300 Crude, crushed or ground.... I.ton. 221 5,313 492,735 Other steel bars and rods (hot
548400 Calcined (plaster of rolled):
paris)..................... I.ton. 955 30,135 2,169,5901 602300 Not containing alloy ....... lb. 29.767,153 991,670 29.781170
548500 Plaster board and wall 602500 Stainlessa steel............ lb. 25,488 9,881 2,
board ..................... sq.ft. 1,845,773 56,915 1,710,215 602600 Alloy steal, except
548700 Other............ ............................ 14,055 310,343 stainless................... lb. 3,067,106 319,474 ,07,31
589000 Rock wool and other semi-rigid 602900 Wire rods ......................I 31,975,365 935,109 319766315
and "fill" mineral Insulating Iron and steel plates, sheets,
materials, except glass wool....... .......... 97,085 1,964,142 kelp, and strips:
Mice: 003000 Soller plate.................lb.. 1,194,497 43.436 1,194,679
551000 Unmnufactured ...............1.. ................................ 603110 Containing no alloy ............ 36.920,458 1114,178 36,9 7, 0 7
Manufactured and manufactures: 603150 Stainless steel..............lb. 47,711 12.557 48.277
551200 Ground or pulverized........... Ib. 1209,541 8,157 130,302 603190 Alloy steel, except
551300 Other......................lb.. 6,815 16,882 8,023 stainless.................lb. 1,387,594 102.343 1,36835
Sulfur: 603200 Skelp Iron or steel.............0 2,705285 548,354 24.705,65
571400 Crude ......................ton.. 92,827 1,767,280 207,838,566 Iron and steel sheets,
571500 Crushed, ground, refined, galvanized:
sublimed, and flowers......... lb. 4,177,992 98,413 4,324,651 603300 Iron sheets .................. Ib. 301,355 17,84 301,587
572250 agnseeite and magnesia, and 603400 Steel sheets................ Itb. 26,250,942 1.098,754 26a, 0
manufactures .................... lb. 2,799,000 107,515 2,883,281 Steel sheets, blick. anualvstedo:
572400 Salt. ..........................lb.. 39,541,249 1567,977 40,206,419 603510 Not containing alloy......... Ib. 83,577,750 2.888,447 84,3,26346
573600 Talc, steatite, soapstone, and 603550 Stainless steel.............. lbi 206,859 91,733 8267781
pyrophyllite, crude and 603500 Alloy steel ,cnpt stainless..lh. 3.817,531 225,493 3,8050.179
ground.......................tons 1,008 30, 188 2,18,1107 603600 Iron sheets, black............. b. 2, 17114.442 79.961 2,1910 o6
588000 Charcoal, except animal charcoal.lb., 68,291 4.606 69,431 Strip, hoop, band, and acroll
Quartz crystal: iron and steel:
Pleto electric: Cold rolled, containing no
596001 Iaw....................................... 749 IS alloy:
596002 Plates, resonators, and 603711 iron and steel strip.......Ib. 4,067,442 247,43W6 4,14,35
oscillators ............................. 3,074 102 803718 Iron and steel hoop, band,
596003 Frequency control units................... 5,186 169 and acroll...............lb. 1,030.60 4.083 1,054 72
Optical: Cold rolled, stainless steel:
596006 aw ............................ ........ 107 75 603751 Iron and steel strip.......b. 142,445 .012 14.198
59008 Plates, lense, ad prisms............. 60 9 603758 Iron and steel hoop, band,
Cryol Ie: and scroll................Ib .......... .......... ............
596010 Naturel........................b. 860.1,3 106,402 871,370 Cold rolled, alloy steel
S96016 Artificial...... .............lb. .................... ............. xceat stainless:
Fluorapar: 603791 Steel strip..............lb.. 19,44 9,00 20,7818
596021 Acid grade..................... Ib, 80,000 2,0 03 PO,600 6037 Iron sd teel b eoo. had,
596023 Other grades...................b 80,020 1,630 8043 and scroll................lb. 221 186 240
598026 Mineral was exceptt paraffin ot rolled, contasing no alloy:
I0 .r n n d s t e e l s t r ip . . . | 01! i 6 0 5
wan).......................... lb. 109,789 21,599 113,860 011 Iro and steel strip. 8,5s.958 250,888 8.57,409
596095 Kyanite and allied minerals, 603618 iron and steel hoop, and
crude, ground, or calcilned..l.to. 26 6,599 65.12 scroll ................. l...b, 867,752 33,850 875,760
















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Com- Coeod- modIty Ceodty description an unit t alUe I Commodity description and unit Met Value skiing
co. commodity description 'Ad unit Not (.lu ..iglt Code Ce fqatt entity (doll&rs) wn h
*a of quantity quantity (dollr) (pudo) 0. of quantity quantity olars) oas)
($eie. ((S.ced.
H e 8) re B)

IROUP #.-METALS AND MANUFACTURES, JOUP g.-METALS ANO MANUFACTURES,
EXCEPT MACHINERY AND VEHICLES- EXCEPT MACHINERY AND VEHICLESContinued Continued
IRON AD STEEL 3EMIMANUFACTURES- IRON AND STEEL SENIMIANUFACTURESCont Inued Cont inued
Iron and steol plates, etc. Con, Nails and bolts (iron nd steel)
Strip, hoo, band, and scroll (except railroad):
Iron and steel-Continued 609200 Wire nalls .................... lb.. 2.128,150 108,202 2,262,370
Hot rolled, stainless steel: 609300 Horseshoe nalls................ lb.. 108,461 16,891 121,794
80 3861 Iron and steal strip.......lb. 29 12 38 609400 Tacks (except thombtacks)...... lb.. 235,6881 35,583 269,6
803858 Irn and steel hoop, and 609500 Other nalls and staples........lb.. 8$7,982 75,730 903,474
scroll................lb.................... ........ ... 609900 Bolts, machine screw, not$,
Hot rolled, alloy steel except rivets, and washers exceptt
Stai nless: railroad).................... lb.. 4,S587,098 598,242 4,898,981
038091 Steal strip................ lb. 2,160 273 2,190 Castings and forglngs, Iron and
601893 Iron and steel hoop, band, steel:
and scroll................ lb.. 19,531 5,63 20,115 I 10000 Ingot casting molds............ lb.. 3.506.546 67,088 3,600,015
804100 TIc-plate and taggers- tia..... lb. Sl,927,192 2,779,410 563,084,.70 610100 Orey-Iron caatlngs............. lb.. 1,245.275 1214,191 1,259,670
404200 Terneplcte (long ternes 610200 Malleable-Iron castings ........lb.. 484,559 58,767 988,283
included) .................. lb. 7,51,063 316,786 7,710,781 Steel castings:
Structural Iron and steel: 101 110 Containing no alloy.......... 145,707 18,212 16,843
801300 Water, oil, Gas, and other unlinedl 6101190 Alloy steel (stalnlesa
storage tanks, complete and Included) .................. lb.. 130,452 23,051 131,933
knocked-down material, for all ay car wheels, tires, and
temporary or permanent ales:
Instllaton, n.es ........... lb. 3,67,090 237,697 3,737,569 610615 Railway Car wheels, except
Stractrol s hpes : locomotive................. lb.. 2,192,352 61,467 2,143,428
80100 Except fabricated......... .ton.. 20,12 1,139,088 45,078,2116 610518 Railway car tires and loco-.
800 Fabricated..............I.ton.. 2,476 364.368 .581,373 aotive car wheals........... lb.. 3,391,355 210,180 3,891,380
0094 Feblcaod ...... ; .... i~on. 2,qg .l~eI $381373 SI0251 Railway car axles, Without
60700 Plates, fabricated, punched or 105 Ralway car es wthot
shaped.....................lb.. 3,992,379 131,028 14,001,028 wheels, except locomotive...Ib.. 1,108,817 42,874 1,109,057
0400 Metal lath.....................lb.. 442,601 38,791 143,876 610528 Railway locomotive car cxles,
Sah and frames,Iron or steel. b.. 200,690 27,7114 219,882 wIthout wheels.............. lb.. 389.245 19,594 389,245
Set n ................lb., 357,720 19,30 357,720 610535 Railway car axles fitted with
Railway- k heels, accent locomotives..Ib.. 320, 62 15,433 320,62
track material r and 610538 Railway car aleas, fitted
NaIls: with wheels, locomotive ..... Ib.. 14,550 1,189 15,341
805100 80 pounds and over 810600 Horseshoes and mule shoes......Ib.. 13,723 1,758 14,506
0p d yard t 7,009 352,Iron end steel forilngs, n.e.s.:
Spe 15,710,208 1070 Containing no alloy .......... lb.. 1,788,494 116.922 1,80,725
60200 Under 60 oond per yrd..to. 273 16,56I 611,922 #10600 Alloy steel (stainless
605300 RelayIng rails ............ 1ton.. 888 5,668 1,990,301 Included) ................... lb.. 1,176,231 95,160 1,207,951
805100 Rail joints, splice bars, fishplates, and tleplates ........lb.. I,21,1131 51,761 1,221,508 IRON AI STEEL MANIUFACTURES
605600 Switcheso,.frogs,and croslngs...ib.. 184,430 16,369 186,691
605800 Railroad spikes................ Ib.. 808.75 38,048 6841,317 Cutlery:
805900 Railroad bolts, nuts, ashers, 611200 Razors, safety, except
and nut locks................lb.. 080,572 87,135 716,016 electric ...................doz.. 16,766 38,274 27,579
Tubular products and fittings, 611300 Safety-razor blades........ C(100).. 240,7311 275,444 116,832
iron and steel: 611400 Scissors, shears, and
Boiler tubes: snips, n.e................ doz.. 17,553 64,371 29,666
86000 Seamless.....................lb.. 5,494,895 384,610 5,528,896 611500 Table cutlery, except spoons..doz.. 1,837 38,935 21,363
806100 Welded.......................lb.. 432,081 19,197 433,095 611600 Butchers' and kitchen knives,
Coasing and oIall-line pipe: forks, cleavers, and steels..doz.. 11.864 45,867 37.946
006200 Seamless..................... lb.. 24.839,864 1,165,378 24,851,174 611820 Machine knives, except metal606300 Welded......................lb.. 25,085,510 1,011,409 25,110.567 cutting ...................... no.. 13,484 33,558 31,797
60600 Seeamless black pipe, except 611900 Other cutlery and parts...................... 314.582 566,110
casing, oil-line, and boller..1b.. 2,84q,307 136,810 2,847.508 Hollow ware:
606500 Malleable-Iron screwed pipe 612100 TIn and galvanized hollow
fittings ...................lb.. 518,123 107,041 5,377 ware......................... lb.. 215,59 38,535 230,0112
606600 Cast-Iron screwed pipe 812200 Tin cans, fInished or
fittings....................lb.. 141,910 20,517 149,231 unfinished .................... lb.. 2,223,363 271,833 2,523,019
606705 Cast-Iron pressure pipe........lb.. 9,725,999 285,753 9.803,600 Enameled ware, Iron or steel:
606798 Cast-Iron pressure pipe 612400 Bathtubs ......................no.. 868 23,7741 267,607
fittings......................lb.. 676,725 76,3511 685,713 612500 Lavatories, minks, and other
606805 Cast-iron soil pipe............ lb. 704,919 24,438 707,089 plumbing fixtures............. no. 931 27,8648 112,128
606898 Cast-Iron soil pipe flttlngs...lb.. 114,733 10,005 117,715 612600 Table, household, kitchen, and
Welded black pipe: hospital utenslls, and hollow
607000 Steel........................ lb.. 9,039,167 431,66688 9,055,209 or flat ware ..................lb.. 666,971 207,791 788,909
607100 Wrought Iron.................lb.. 1,868,591 109,712 1,869,031 Metal furniture and fixtures:
Welded galvanized pipe: 612900 Sheet-metal storage cabinets,
607200 Steel.......................lb. 6,682,169 454,803 8,693,772 medicine cabinets, and
607300 Wrought Iron ............... lb.. 753,335 1148,056 753,89 lockers...................... no.. 918 10,756 37,501
607705 Iron and steel pipe, ne.s ... b.. b_ 4,44,831 409,010 4.,87,202 613000 Sheet-metal shelving and well
607798 All other Iron and steel pipe bins........................................ 55,326 375,731
fittings, n.e.s..............lb. 1,667,202 378,774 1,763,629 613100 Sheet-metal filing cases with
Wire and manufactures: exposed drawers, except
608100 Iron or steel wire, uncoated...Ib., 6,730,296 346,1541 6,766,382 Insulated...................no., 651 15.,1443 43,141
608200 Galvanized wire................ lb. 5,9611,297 343,7711 5,998,129 613250 Sheet-metal filing cases with
606300 Barbed wire ................... lb.- 4,697,191 210,707 4,746,S28 exposed drawers.............no.. 21 972 2,747
608500 Woven-wire fencing.............lb. 354,936 28,863 357.612 613350 Fire resistive safes and vault,
Woven-wire screen cloth, of all doors, Insulated..............no.. 159 10,544 77,703
metals and alloys: 613400 Bank vault, doors, and Interior
608610 Insect....................... lb. 109,303 20,096 117,697 equolpeont ................................... 10,784 74,798
608690 Other.......................lb.. 356,810 85,815 369,696 613500 Other office and store furniWire rope and wire strand: tore, fixtures, ind parts................... 38,985 119,715
608710 Wire rope and cable, except 613600 Metal beds and bed springs.....no., 1,605 36,568 263,008
insulated................... b. 2,076,203 355,939 2,236,141 613700 Other metal furniture and parts,
608750 Wire strand................ lb.. 81,6S 11,380 82,396 (whether or not upholstered)................ 57,729 202,070
608800 Electric welding rods and Cooking and heating stoves, except
wire........................lb.. 1,q43,011 1112,40S 1,551.972 electrIc:
Other Iron and steel wire and 613900 Coal and wood cooking and roammanufactures: heating stoves .............. no.. 30 7,752 12,666
609101 Bale ties ................. lb.. 226,125 12,398 226,1194 611300 Gas stoves, ranges, and room
609103 Welding rods and WIre of iron and water heaters.............no 3,907 167,06 881,742
,or steel, except electric... lb.. 19B,v36 16.354 165,46 dwtrhaes ...... o. 3,0 6,4 8,4
609109 Corted wire, eIron andeecl.b.. 1 1,3 16,6 61 400 Kerosene cooking stoves ........no 6.873 55.363 259,032
n.e......................lb.. 1,639,637 142,801 1,698,186 61500 Kerosene room and ater
609198 Other wire and manufactures..Ib. 1,514,043 24.770 1,586,751 heaters....................... no.. 2,211 68,37 266,122














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Co- Con*o- modctYe Commodity description and unit Net Value nipi CoOteity description and unat set value i
dollars) d tion d tnit ar)
No. ofquantity quantity pounds) ofaqantity quantity dollars -o")
(Sched. (Sches
ie B) dse B)

GROUP 6 .-METALS AND MANUFACTURES, GROUP 6.-METALS AND MlANUFACTURES,
EXCEPTMACHINERY AND VEHICLES- EXCEPT MACHINERY AND VEHICLESContinued Cont inued

IRON AND STEEL MANUFACTURES-Con. IRON AND STEEL iUANUFACTURES-Con.
Cooking and heating stoves,etc.-Con, Autoatc scales, except
614600 Gasoline stoves and room and icoin-operated:
water heaters.................no. 1,178 14,986 97,521 619510 Bathroom......................no. 8 77 2,305
700 Parts of gas, kerosene, and 619590 Other............... ....... o. 806 27,06 60,936
gasoline stoves and heaters................. 52,657 99,554 619700 Precision scales, laboratory
Central heating equipment: balances and weights........... no. 964 16,777 ICO494
6114800 Hous-heatIng Uoilers and 619800 Scales and balances, .a.s ....... no. 2,121 74 ,277 293,516
warm-air furnaces ............. no. 120 12,838 50.986 620000 Wood screws. Iron or
614900 House-heating radiators.....sq.ft. 21,506 8,100 77,570 steel only................g ros. 176.186 463. 007 168.68
615000 Domestic conversion oil burners Natal drums and containers for oil.,
and oil-fired boilers.........no. 876 60,819 90,087 qas, other liquids and solids:
616100 Industrial conversion oil burners 620520 Filled ......................... lb. 2,60.207 2412868
and o:1l-fIred boilers ......... no. 4143 101,972 234,937 620510 Unfilled ...................... lb. 2,411,665 15077 2,11.30
615220 Dometlc and Industrial oil Other Iron and steel Imanuftares:
burner parts ............................... (13,543 174,413 620905 Fence posts, iron or steale.....lb. 66,955 3,720 6680
615280 Other domestic cooking or heating 620907 Tool bit blanks,iran or steel..Ib. 6,069 8,000 6,811
equipment, and parts......................... 121,9148 418,212 620909 Unfabricated tie stoc whether
Tools: or not sheared to length l .................
615300 Axes, broad and hand.........do. 4,860 65,588 280,912 620915 Lned steel tanksl............. I 7.777 ....... 0161
1520 Hack-saw blades, hand- 620933 Carboyl iron powder...........b. 22,124 23.40 23,121
operated ................... gross. 10,287 64,931 69,11 620998 Iron and steel manufactures.n.e.s............ 757,061 %,81,826
615615 Circular diamond saws .......... no.. 329 419 287
615517 Circular saws, not metal-cutting FERRO-ALLOYS
except diamond................no.. 2,686 23,000 30,063
615520 Steel band, pit drag,and mill 621303 Ferromanganese................... lb. 211.545 22,201 215,643
saws. woodworking.............. no.. 2.907 30,856 5,.662 621305 Splegelelmen.....................Ib. ......... .......................
615605 Diamond saws, except circular..no........... ....................... 622050 Farrochrome..................... lb ......... .......... ............
615698 Crosscut, hand, back, and Other ferro-alloys:
other saws and parts, n.e.s................ 151,843 213,623 622086 Ferroamolybdenum ................ Ib. 312,600 186,403 333,460
615710 Augers, bits, gimlets, gimlet 622087 Ferrovanadie..................i 1,000 1,655 1,83
bits, and counter sinks, wood- 622090 Ferrophosphorous.............b.. ................. .............
working......................doz. 4,152 21,638 22,498 622092 Ferrosilicon ................... 79,796 3.352 87,135
Files and rasps: 622095 Ferrotitanius and ferrocarbon615810 Under 7 Inches In length....doz. 82,618 97,669 150,479 titanium ..................... lb. 60,106 4,529 60,800
615850 7 inches and over in 622096 Ferrotungsten .................. b.................................
length.....................doz. 56,422 140,463 294,785 622098 Other ferro-alloys............. lb.. 4,546 739 6 87
615900 Hay and manure forks..........doz. 730 7,768 30.016
616000 Hammers and hatchets..........doz. 7,912 66,226 214,391 ALUMINUM AND MANUFACTURES
616100 Hand hoes, rakes, and forks, Almin, almn o
n.e.s........................doz. 8,620 48,408 250,199 AluIn ludinsg drai n)
616200 Shovels, spades, scoops and
drainage tools .............. doz. 7,195 83,830 38q,819 629000 Bauxte and other alwmlnsm
616300 Vises .......................no. 6,917 33,592 122,684 ores.....................I.ton. 5,03 77,826 12,103947
6161600 Automotive wrenches and parts..................70,1692 .0,42 629500 Bauxite concentrates
616500 Wrenches, and parts. n~e.s.................. ..185,393 352,610 (including alumina) ........ I.ton. 186 16,516 1609,37
616820 rand-operated screw plates, 630000 Aluminum and alloys In ingots,
bolt dies, taps, tap wrenches, slabs, or other crude forms...lb. 141,738 12,27 141.872
hotde.tp.ta .. e.!630100 Aluminus scrap ................lb. 89,1640 5,1.... 18,8
and parts................................... 69,66 55,153 630100 Aluminum scrap ....... str..........lb. 1.089,480 5,416 I19,4807
616920 Hand-operated pipe stocks and 30301 Sheets, plates and strips....... 262516 119,971
dies, die stocks, dies, 630305 Rode and bars..................lb. 14,199 3,18 11,995
6301600 Alaminwe foil end leaf l....b. 26,202 18,02 10.
bushings, and parts........................ 59,512 69,787 630900 Aluinbes, foldi and leaf.........l. 25202 036 30.389
617000 Hand-operated plp cutters and aed other, ............... .. 2n 5
other metal-cutting tools, and shapes............ 179,879
parts, .e.s ..................... .......... 59,11 76,103 630700 Table kitchen, and hospital
617200 Slip joint pliers ............. doz; 3,608 11,67 21,998 utelnils....................lb. 216,137 26,020 27,18
617300 Other pliers, pincers, nippers, 63080 oAlumin err alintes, m-branze
and splicing clamps ........ doz.n 7,730 6,128 82,895 conedter and pastes. aleinm.
617720 Hand drill and reamer operating content....................l 36,901 18,815 13,50
devices, bit braces, an....d part .............. 7. 51 6 86,21 630098 Alaminue and aluminum alloy es
617810 Band-operated planes, chisels, manufactures, n.......................... 50657
gauges, and other cutting tools COPPE a u .
and parts, except metal-cutting.............. 8.6,501 109,662 COPPER AND MANUFACTURES
Other hand tools and parts, n.e. s.: 60100 Copper re, concentrates, matte,
617890 Gauges, for use in measuring and unrefined copper as blister.
inspecting precision parts..no. 6802 22,887 6,2.2 converter copper, or anodes,
617891 Tools Incorporating industrial copper content ................ 7 R 7 8 13
diamonds n.e. ............. no. 1,16 111 3,7, 689 61200Rsfined copper i cathodes billets
617895 D chrlcs and tools, I gts, bars, o or ther for ....lb. 15,.63.97 16,810.069 15 .08 6
and parts, n.e. ......................... 263,087 218,822 6141300 01d ead scrap copper............ b. 6162 1 0 657
617896 Tool grinders, emery wheel 6220j Copper piess and tube ........... lb. 323.608 96,938 3086
dres ers ......... ......... 17,169 6,10 9,398 612300Copper plates, sheets, end
617898 Other hand i.s and prt.. ........ .......... 363.762 963,109 strips ......................... Ib. 386.958 7588
Hardware: 6 4600 Copper rods..................... b. ... 6.8 8.1 ll17
617900 Padlocks, Iron, steel, brass, 612500 Copper wre, bare9..............lb. 785.30 157,



618450250 Furnitur cates......... .....r. 22......... 88,26
and bronze ....... ...........doz. 6.058 110.00 181,662 Insulated copper wire and cable:
618000 Door lock and lck sets of iron. 643000 Rubber-covred wire ........... Ib., 1,116 ,6673 519.016
steel, brass, and bronze....do. 7,210 66,M 7 112,005 63100r Weatherproof wire .............. 119.52 35.970 3,575
610100 Cabinet and other locks of iron, 63500 Other insulated copper wire ....lb.t 1,20.361 370255 15,137,2M
ste l, brass, and bronze ..... doz. 25,30 37,819 177756 Copper amunitions:
618200 inges and butts, Iron or 63911 Rotting bands for shells .... lb. ........ .......................
steel ..................... doz,pr. 90,770 96,286 370,210 643919 Other ........................ b ..............................
618300 Other builders' hardware .................... 100,063 253.664 6163998 Copper manufactures, s.e.s ................... ...,311 21016a6?
6106160 Furniture casters ................. ... I..........2,6346 61,268
618190 Other furniture hardware, iron BRASS ARO BRONZE MANUFACTURES
and ote i ................................... 2a..9,0 75,6.0....lb. 6,3 26 8
618500 Saddlery and harness hardware, 644000 Brss and bronze scrap end.old...Ib. 36,358 403,
Iron and ste a........r.a............. 17,141 1,261 861600 rass and bronze Ingots ...... b. 70,. 10,609 73,631
618600 Car and marine hardware ..................... 26,982 112,233 614601 Brass ad bronze bars, rods, and
618800 hardware, ne.s .............................. 12.325 151,685 unfinished shifting ............ b. 137,33 36,097 153,770
618900 Sewing-machine needles ............ 4? ,7A6 ihi 5tosi 661606 I0rass end bronze blanks ......... 999 892
61000 Needles, n.e.s. ................... M. ,38 73,539 0.1B6 615000 Brass and bronze plates, sheets,
619100 Sprocket and other power transmis- $nd strip ....................lb. 6$,708 ^6.763 98.469
sion chains, Iron and steel. lb. 390.696 107,V39 10.61 615300 Brass and bronca pipes aod
o19200 Chains, Iron and steel, n.e.s ....lb. 601,932 69,113 6241,389 tubes............................ 176.6027 561Ib1 210.301
















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me. mo>Ity Co-metn dcn ston ano uit Net Value 5 pgt* Its CImmoiuty ...c.. c tion and nNt haluh
Iutat dl, of quantity quantity s oilerss



GROUP 6-k1ETALS A40 MANlFACTULRES. GlOtP 6 -METALS AN D MAIIACTJREs,
EXCEPT MACHIEil AND 0E0ICLES- E ACT PT MACHINEhY AND VIHICLESContinuied C1 tinued

8RASS AND BRONZE MAlIRFACTURES-Co. OTHER A90#TERROLS ORES, METALS,
645430 rass d Donto pipe ALLOYS, EXCEPT PRECIOUS-Con,
fittings.......................lb. 87,120 52,242 1 b,39s O63700 Vanadium ore and concentrates..c.lb.. ...... .................
649600 Plumbers brass goods..........l b., 8620 49.976 71,283 663701 Vanadium ore and concentrates645700 kier, barn and insulated, quantity only...................lb.. ........................
brass or bronze...............lb 17,482 60,254 179,749 bW3D Magnesium metal in primary
845800 Brass wood screws.............gross.. 19,187 13,423 19.615 form........................lb. 44,345 11,254 45.269
846500 "inges and butts, brass or 663900 Tungsten metal, satellite) were,
brone.....................dor.Pr.. 2,424 3,013 6.917 shapes, and alloys..............lt. 8,905 72,212 10,577
646900 hardware, brass or bronze, P.e.s..... ......... 17,619 20,772 Ores and concentrates, n.e,.:
Other brass and brone manufactures: 664601 Antimony.....................lb. 2.h0 280 2.070
647901 brass and bronze ier stocks, 664505 8nrylliue...................lb. .................................
siMs, bearings, and bushings.lb.. 40,972 35,848 45,693 664510 Aismuth matte, slices, resi647905 Brass and bronze fabrications dues, and base bulli.................. .......
for monitions...............1b.. 113,398 23,555 122,393 664515 Cadmaum dross, flue dust,
647906 Brass and bronze structural residues, and scrap..........lb 27ka4iO 22,492 272,340
shapes........... ..........lb. 6,544 3,127 7,109 664520 Chromium or chromite...........1b. 390,360 5,185 390,360
647911 Arass and Lrone vtinpine.....lb. 13,583 6,401 15,141 664525 Cobait......................lb
847913 Brass and bronze castings 664530 Colambrum or iobium.............
and forgings................lb 49,149 17,101 52,563 664540 Manganese ores and concentrates,
647919 Brass and bronae circles.......lb. 32,429 8,794 34,192 containing 3b percent or more
647998 Brass and bronze manufactures, manganese.......... ........ 829,715 25,519 833,41
n.e............................. .......... 1305,015 242,747 664500 Tantalum................. b.......... ......................
664S70 Titanium, itmenite, and rutile..Ib. 191,900 22,509 194,326
LEAD AND MANUFACTURES 664580 Tungsten............. .......lb............ ..................
650406 Lead ore, mate, and base 664090 Zirconium...................lb. 20,000 680 20,000
6 11 n* '**... ..... to.. ....... ........ .......... 64598 Other ores and concentrates,
bso7oo i n........ ....... l I ......................ne.s ......................lb. 8,122 280 8.232
8070te 0 1n bas.......b 7000 61.020 759.200 Metals and alloys in orimary
660800 Lead scents and pioes.... ....h. 239,176 22,016 270,004 forms, n.e.s.:
651200 Lead solder........*.*..... b. 123,702 37,677 133,874 664901 Antimony .................... 3,986 822 4,362
0t8cr lead isanufocture90seylimmeasalys:n
65150 Type metal, antimnial lead.....Ib. 112,663 17,909 117,593 664900 .. . 15,163 12,786 16,260
61020 Anodes.................. lb., 267 46 272 8849101 Bismuth metals and alloys .... lb. 4b4 856 015
651530 Poil, lead, and lead-tin foil..lb., 1.257 230 1,388 6b4911 Cadmiws metals .............. o 4.600 0.482 4,880
651537 Plate, or battery plate, 664917 Cadminm alloys .................. ................ ..........
nottassempbled as complete 664918 Cerium metals And alloys. b............ .....................
b at "ry units ..... .......... lb. 30,888 2,288 33,000 684920 Chromium metal, anodes, chromium801688 Lead manufactures, v~m~s ........... ............31,940 411,790 Lmarinc allows, an? n.rapIlt,..................................
664925 Cobalt metal alloys, and cobal4NICKEL AO MANUFACTURES bearing scrap metal. l .....8.. 64 213 71
684501 Nickel ore, concentrates, and 664930 Columtium metal and alloys...lb. 614 1,714 729
matte..........................lb. 15 38 17 664940 manganese metal and alloys...lb. 38,679 2,9231 39,33
65450 Nickel alloys, and scrap containing 664945 Molybdenum metal, alloys,
nickel, except nickel silver.... lb 149,439 71,059 162,093 and scrap...................lb. 374 708 408
rods a sheets,.strip,. shot, plates. I con tent ........... .......con............ ............... .........
65400 Miekel metal in ingots. bars, graIns, 664900 Radium metal, radium
andsotbe rms .. 43,271 24,772 47,729 684980 Tantalum metal and alloys.... 8 6i
654998 Nicket manufactures, e.............. ....... 20,449 20,4805 664990 Vanadium metal, alloys, and
TI M MNFCTRSscrap ..................l.... ...... ......................
TIl AND MANUFACTURE 664995 Zirconium metals and allnoys..Ib. 14 19 15
664998 Metals and alloys in primary
56502 Tin tubes.....................1b. 30 41 35 forms, n.e.s.............Ib. 249,222 71.803 254,412
656003 Tin foil.......................b.. 546 332 617 665000 Plated ware, other than gold
65807 Tin metal in ingots, pigs, bars, or silver, except cutlery.......... ......... 50,57 3,700
blocks, slabs, and other forms..ib.. 124,454 65540 124,840 667000 Type, except type metal..........lb 9,779 5.200 10,830
656508 Tin scrap and waste............lb., 381.153 7.955 397,546 Metal and metal composition
6$6598 Other tin and manufactares........... .......... 2,309 11,825 manufactures, n.e.s.:
669101 Magnesium powder.............lb 10 25 20
ZINC AND MANUFACTURES 669105 Magnesium metal in ether forms,
n.e.s.,and magnesium ribbons..Ib. 291 IS8 364
6W70 'inc................................. 1,258.140 104,009 1,258,337 669108 Molytdenum wire............... 1,479 27,069 3.385
67488 66919 Metal and metal composition
tuled in sheets and strips: manugactures, n.e.s....._.................,36
657205 PhotengrAving sheets.......lb. 164,395 28,910 175,154 f 47,702 48,360
657209 Sheets, n.e.s., and strips...lb. 294.950 40,648 324,705 PRECIOUS METALS, AND PLATED WAnE,
Zinc in other forms, n.e.s.: EXCEPT JEWELRY, PRECIOUS METALS
857305 Zinc allo, ..acbt EO9 DENTISTRY, tOLD 0AND SILVER IN
6 rass ,Or brnie ............ lb 19 55 24 ORE, BOLL ION. 600 COlA
657307 Zinc die castings...... .....lb., 50,722 13,375 52,432
m57396 Other forms, n.e.s.............lb. 188,356 18,443 196,555 Platinum and allied metals:
sbEsi Zinc dust.......................lb. [.,klu 1,749 13,534 692000 Platinum ore and
Other zinc manufactures, contain- concentrates................t.oz...................... .......
inn 20 percent, or more zinc- Ingots, sheets, wire, alloys.
658901 Battery shells and parts, and scrap:
unassembled................lb.. 97,881 10,764 99,014 6922001 Platinum bars, ingots sheets,
658903 Photoengraving plates, wire, sponge, and other
unfinished...................lb. 89,152 16,559 96,883 forms............... t.oz. 1,656 39,260 131
658907 hire.......................lb 10,76b 2,129 10,815 692209 Palladium, rhodium, iridium,
656998 Zinc manul actrns, n...................... 41,413 99,403 osmiridium, ruthenium, and
osmiue metal, and alloys..t.oz. 449 27.312 72
0THE lOiFEtROUS ORES, PETALS Manufactures. except jewelry:
ALLOYS, EXCEPT PRECI0LS 692900 Platinum manufactures......t.oz. 192 4.080 50
61000 ickel silver, or uerman silver, 692998 Platn..... .toli .e..... 2
crude, scrap, or in bars, rods. Sterling adohrslosle
or 'heets ........... .........lb. 19,215 1,550 19.353 manufactre. silver
662000 babbitt metal.................lb. 5,725 25,465 59,154 6956001 Knives, forks, and steak sets..... .......... 8,1S7 1,610
b63000 hicket-chrome electric 695600 Other.,........................... .......... 10,098 1,045
resistance wire.................lb. 53,203 66.272 59,777 Siver plated nanufares, n~e.s.:
&b501 Quicksilver or mercury..........lb. 47,589 50,248 52.783 698860 Knives, forks, and steak sets..... .......... 46,071 23,736
6636Ou Molybdenum ore and 690900 Other............................ ........... 26,406 24,256
cncntrate.................b, 67,364 54,230 125,522 699700 Gold manufactures, ne.s. (gold*
66601 rolybdenum ore and concentrates-.I plated included)..... .... .......... 26,921 2441
quantity only.................1b. 112,000 ........... ............ I

















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Cox- Coomod- modSippIng Ity shippi.0i
y Commodity description and unit Net Value Seilphi code Comdlity description and unit let Value i
code of quantity quantity (dollars) of quantity quantity (dolar.)
No. (pounds) go. (pounds)
(Sunue. (Sted, 8) ala 8) ____________________ _____ ______GROUP 7.-MACHINERY AND VEHICLES .......... 715146,051 237,41,1735 GROUP 7.-ACHINERY AND VEHICLESContinued
ELECTRICAL MACHINERY AND APPARATUS
enerator. : ELECTRICAL MACHINERY AND
700000 Direct current generators ...... no.. 168 19,012 27,686 APPARATUS--Continued
700100 Alternating current 705700 Electric household refrlgairgenerators ................. no.. 74 17,233 214,694 ars........................ no.. 3514 31,22172 ,121
Steam turbine generator sets- 705800 Electric comerclal refrlger700605 3/4 and under 500 kilowatts...no. 12 23,7314 132,715 ator*, up to I too ............. .. 66 101,481 2196,51
700698 Under 3/14 kilowatt ............ no.. 73 11,226 16,364 705900 Parts for electric refrigerator ..... .......... $28,523 59,331l
700800 500 kilowatts and over ........ no.. 6 149,557 85,1714 706000 Flashlight cases ............... .. 200,526 9,214 5
700900 Accessories and parts for 706100 Electric ftns ................. no., 377 7,6801 I0
generators, n.e.s ............................. 59,069 61,835 Electric Incandescent likm":
Welding sets: 708309 Small filamet laps (bulbs),
701010 motor-generator type ........... no. 555 196,362 621,355 miniature and candelabra bsee.no, 1.%10,779 108,6621 198,7
701020 Nmonrotating type ............... no., 5147 89,857 l143,1474 7061455 Large filament lamps (bulbs).
701105 Electrical generating sets powered medium screw, mogul Ibby Diesel engines, (assembled or post bayonet, and other
unsasembled) .................... no.. 78 293,509 482,969 large bass lmeps ............ no. 2,315,1114 226,14 35,079
701198 Self-contained lighting outfits, 706501 fluorescent tubl 211,71#1 96,283 157,103
n.e.........................n 1,922 3146,719 628,302 706555 Vapor and non-filament leaps.
701200 WInd-driven generator .. no 9147 30,2147 94,200 n.e.e ..................... n,, 91,759 19,371 19,1142
Batteries: 706600 Searchlights and airport
701300 6 and 12 volt storage beacons....................,. 170 15,063 15,171
batteries ..................... no. 25,080 178,3148 1,138,112 706700 Floodlights ...................no,, 3114 8,1453 16,212
7011400 Other storage batteries ...... cell 22,217 1814,1460 532,393 706810 Electric household washing
701500 No. 6 dry-cell batteries ....... no. 47,3014 10,4950 98.756 machine .................... no 26 1.22 5,305
701600 Flashlight batteries ......... cell. 2,231,392 112,145 14814,104 706830 Electric household washing
701700 Batteries, dry, multiple cell, machine parts..................... ........... 13,067 19,731
except flashlight .......... cell. 1436,008 29,031 87,014 706910 Electric domestic vecuem
701800 Other dry and wet cell cleaners......................no i 8143 1
primary batteries ............. no. 22,2214 15,6146 61,338 706930 Electric domestic vacuum
701900 Capacitors, 1/2 kilovolt ampere cleaner parts....................... .......... 11,041 22,170
and over.....................no 1,193 10,128 9,319 707000 Other domestic motor-driven
Transforming or converting devices, ns~a., except tools.l.,ao. 17 18.5940 35,676
apparatus: 707100 Electric flatirons,............. no. 4,1495 17,4109 30,368
702100 Power transformers, over 500 707200 Electric cooking ranges,
kilovolt amperes .............. no. 17 66.316 2147,6214 domestic .....................o. RU 5,145, 18,47
702200 Distribution transformers, 500 707305 Electric coffee percolators,
kilovolt amperes and under .... no. 537 87.762 3141,161 toasters, mnd waffle Irons.,,..,no., 99 1,896 1,302
702300 Instrument transformers ........ no. 32 13.14914 32,278 707398 Electric domestic heating or cooking
7021400 Other transformers ........... no. 12,5314 60,935 121,052 devicesuteSllIs, Ad parts, n.,e. .. ......... 73,209 1686,35
702600 mercury power rectifiers ....... no. II 1,1614 1,144 7071410 Electric Industrial setting and
Rotating converters: refining furnaces and parts .................. 61,680 79,2
702710 Under 300 kilowatt ........... no 111 47,904 99,8414 7071420 Heat treating furnaces and parts ............... 103,028 285,619
702720 300 kilowatts and over ....... no. I 9,138 20,156 7071490 Electric Industrial, hosting
702800 Complete battery chargers, devices, and parts. nel..,.......,,.,,,,,,, 6.399 139,22
nonrotating .................. no. 7,029 145,994 51,6145 707910 X-ray tubes ...................... 5no., 61 92,897 13,986
Transmission and distribution 707550 Other X-ray apparatus and parts....... ......... 3,230 268,213
epparatuas: 707990 Electric therapeutic apparatus
703000 Feeder voltage regulators ...... no. 890 18,817 214,695 and parts, n.e.............................. 8260ti 5111M
703100 Switchboard panels and parts, Signal and communicaton devices:
except telephone ........................... 124,803 152,1409 Radio aooaratus except aircraft
703200 oil circuit breakers and nld military tank
switches ................. no. 2149 27,109 148,067 707612 Radio transemittlng tubes. no. 20,569 102,114 31.731
703300 Power witches circuit breakers, 707618 Radio transmitting apparatus,
and parts, over i0 ampere .................. 162,077 262,639 and parts, except tubes .............,,., 901,82! 2%90,29
7031405 Fuse plugs.................. no. 2,197,597 20,817 96,220 707700 Radio receiving sots ......... o.. .154 273,690 19 M
7031498 Other fuft............. ...no 317,931 37,295 25,525 707800 Radio receilng tubes ...... ,no., 323,311 129,324 54
703500 Watt-hour and other measuring IRelving-set components:
meters ........................ no, 14,955 32,453 148,732 707902 Capacitors (condensers) ....no.. 584,0514 106,204 46,986
703620 Electric Indicating 70790 Resistors ...............,,no., 199,044 26,292 13,91 1
Instruments ................... no, 7,351 148,255 12,102 707907 Inductors ................ no., 13,661 13,141 20,951
703700 Electrical recording 707918 Other........................... .......... 139,691 127,639
instruments ................ no. 235 22,153 8,235 708000 Loudspeakers..............no, 13,135 85,396 $7,580
703820 Electrical testing apparatus 708100 Other radio receivingmset
and parts, n.s.............................. 123,M4 80,6854 accenorIes ................. ...... 61,111 39586
703900 Lightning arresters, choke 708200 Telegraph apparatus and parts..,.... ...,,,. 113,648 17,16
colts, reactors, carts ............ ........... 22,058 10,170 Telephone apparatus:
motors, starters, and controllers: 708300 Telephone instruments .......,,no,. 2et 3,749 2,2 2
7014000 motors, 1/3 horsepower and 706700 Other telephone equipment
under .........................6.e 8,002 63,6118 111,5814 and parts .................... .......... 32,151 164,573
704100 motors, over 113 and under I 708900 Bell, bueer#, annunciators,
horsepower .................... no.. 2,14142 60,277 139,192 alarms, and Parts ................ ... .......3,038 40.784
Stationary motor: Other electrical apparates:
705200 I to 200 horsepower .......... no. 14,102 390,100 1,091,867 709200 Starting, lighting, and Ignition
705300 Over 200 horsepower .......... no., 12,921 20,085 equipment, except spark plugl s ..... ...,.... 390,1145 495,709
70400 Railway motors...............no ...................... ..............709300 Insulating material, n.s.a. lb., 267,765 100,306 2", nMe
705500 Electric locomotives, ral1- Rigid metal conduit:
way, mining, and Indutrial..no. 3 13,1479 21,935 70915 Of Iron or steel ............. lb., 2,205,767 I142,311 2,215,get
705705 Statlon, warehouse, and factory 709418 Other ........................ Ill. 1,005 ,0u01 1"5
trucks, powered by electric 7091490 Other metal conduit, outlet,
storage battery, whether or and switch boxes.... ............ .......... ,9l1i 171.7a
not containing conveying, 709500 Sockets, outlets, fuse blocks,
lifting, stacking or elmilar lighting switches and darts,
accessory devices ........... no. 16 42,29 106,927 11e.$. ...................... .......... 14,I132 226,061
7014798 Elctrlc Industrial trucks Electric Interior lighting
and tractor., n.e.s ........... no. 26 37,359 57,1423 fxlure s and Parts ,
705800 Starting and controlling 709601 Fluoreucent..................... ......... 7129 28605
equIpment, for industrial 709698 All types, except fluoresent .............. .093,3614 11,69
motors and parts ................ ....... 225.821 351,617 709700 Electric exterior lighting
7014900 Starting and controlling fixture, and parts ......................... 4,6761 160,
equipment for electric rll- 709800 Other wIrlng supplile and tite
way and vehicle motors, and materlal......................... ........ 108,6S6 351,016
parts....................................... 23,816 29,826 709910 Electric razor ...............no.. 28 S
705900 Accessories and parts for motors: ............ 1314,263 253,29 709996 Electric hair-wavIng machines
Portable electric tools: 09 (all kinds) ................ no. 114 1,36 1,1125
705606 Power-driven, metal-wrklng....no. 14,190 163,97:4 111,079 709998 Electric apparatm and parts.
705698 Other .......................... no. 2,1435 120,141 69,361 1n.e.2 ............ ..................... 76,66 1,16,1406















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CaOtedity doeI tPt -1 and unit Net OtAn Conoud Ity descrition ad unit mnt I.alunaly
go. gia.li soft (dolf. nntitit cod va't
atqatt f (I (;Duties) Ho .tl 'iolt -dlsn (pan)
(Sonno
sic 8 a, Ai B) _GROUP 7.-i46CHINE4Y AND0 VEHIlCLE- GOUP 7.-MACHINORY AND YtOICLESContifnd co~ntinued

ENGINES, T'IRSINES ADD PARTS, N.f.S. WIitItC, WELL, AND0 0081010

electc *o, aulootIfe! Well A eli~ihi, cAchi-r -Co-.
Ste. eie. lfdrm, ,cit 734100 Other ftntrOl.toi tall aitd
refO~e10 ining machitnery Ann o,rts.-....... 3,121 3,117,000
711100 St"attnr.Ccp tr'AS.O 17 63,290 R35.491 7160C0 other ell-dI-Ailio; etesi
71300 _eRiI~-a' m" t if, .. 20 16.754 20,810 And tn... ................. .........a,231 171.31,6
14 00 Loo0nt Iva .............n 29 2,11,1312 7,614,461 Pun71n0 .tit'onnvt:
71 1900 Loceelle "nt; a*nd 735600 ConItifugal onvaos...........o 1 ,21y 123M1 71 ,40
....~oon .... .... 562.2i88 3,660,509 736600 Rotary ..._ _.......... 402 i 041 0,
712000 1rames crales, bolstRer% or 731a7CO Dne .eIl turkd -.P n ... ion. Ili ,n.7,b n 307'#14
Ied R, ,ro i nin It 735600 Recipocating Steen Ano, ...no. ae 1-,8 _"97
la~ciitines one other 736tCO other red iron tinq Aower
-rail fallino stok.. ......... 47,447 315,362 Puman,.........24.. on.936 323.444
712900 other 5 t' a. enginea, aoo parts........ 188,665 172,6!83 736500 Nano end windunill noons... ...no. 1,030 l2,O,3 14 ,5,1
71340 lea boler, lre on.ot 21,109 50,949 j36,165 771600 Snlf-containoo house~hold
713300 S In .l"ie .aI:r oater 460..............o 10 4 65177
1 .. ; ...............sellt. 68,680 88,988 iiS,16,3 73690t0 Pumps nd Parts. ........ ... 0,~.9 ,390.511
713"00 Centiene n~. str,
evesnn'rn An sot, ... ....... .............72,333 62C,110 il0001-4001,lR iACIAIItO
71f390J ISte., Ispeevielties, and 05rts ..... 216.214 043,634
t ot el-n ,stion engines: Pono~r-oriven metanl working machine
Loin~tv toe: tools (nnnoortable) end Party: 714600 Gcs, ,Ir e, c,r-ore tyne..ne.. 2 s,515 28,450 74D005 Engine lathes (too) roon
711 DO se enA'4 d Diesel- lathes included) .... .........no.. 87 155',27 292,840
eleclti. 1 noectin lyeennvo.. 12 744,834 1,991,764 740009 Uarc typo and light duty (less
91th- than One hornnnower) lathes ...'no.. 130 33,61- 57,.iC
taseltne. kerosne, ec. !turrnt lathes:
cerhoretor type: 740205 Vertical turret lathes...no.. 9 38.717 71,74Z
7143CO Net oner 10 herseonoor .o. 3,737 198.918 534,129 740239 Ran end saddle typn turret
71-40C Over, 10 iorseoo,,er n.. o. 332 175,165 St$.078 lathe,.....................n.h 21 81.39% 07,50,
DIDtee In a aifai-Dtes.l, 740305 Aulitoatic ching end between
,aesseLnsA. etc.,I election center lathte...... n.. 62,763 171,330
type: 740307 PI Ois 'Ing. affin;, and
Marinn- 5arnishin; lathen (speed
71i6500 Rot oera 200 lathtes), canterig sq.niin
iosepOe .. ......se.. 84 163,173 301,602 and cutting-oRR lethes. ..no.. 47 22,014 ~ l
7 14800 Over 2 00 irspor.n.. 12 1686109 502,864 740309 Artilloery, ammnton and borng
Stetion.ern and ."orieIlIt lathes, end vther lattes,
714700 Aet over 2 CC n.e..............In-. 16 22.036 3 i,173
a rseoer... .......00. 245 328,929 769,669 740i407 Vertieal boring and turinkt
714800l Govr 200 horsepower ....nOa. 12 273,241 743.880 ni~.......... ...o. 2 3.7264,7
71590) -qine Accessories And parts......... 6843.89S 1,408,720 740409 Prevision boring machines, jt7
718300i Ammo oheels, oaer turbines, and boring and grinding And tirrint
need,.rts..................... ......... ......... 3$03.280 599,846 manevtos, ne............ no.. 11 29.172 30,$03
7190 Pn.er-enervtivg nsachivern, end 74060, topoind ano threading maclninen..o.. 62 45,718 85,40,
Parts, except electric end 740809 Auiomatic screw machines. ningmle
auootiveio, .e.n ............ ...............481 928 ond uolti-sninale (bar) types..Ov.. Id 85,499 117,110
CONISTRUCTIONI AltO coPVoEIG 740700 Kne and column tye atilli
machines.. n.. 20 80,241 97,080
MACHI 1009 740000 Other nillin mechines no..... 24 03.040 94.104
Cooltrction equipment And Oets: 741100 Ileir cutting nacltines. ....no 6 46.267 57.220
720100 Excavatoes (powoer shonels 742000 Drillin5 machines, sensitive,
included). ........... .......no. 4l 489,473 2,275.031 upright ann gng except 5ench
720300 Excanator parts, and accessories,..............339,937 11108.153 dye......... ....... I.......-no 263 50.e13 141,2u2
7205800 Drndging sacisinery, and Darts. ..... .............42,,48 200,744 742100 Radial drillin4 michinen..... A 6 14.1)27 40,190
721500 C onc rete mier..............00,D 113 128,448 477,082 742300 Other drilling ehns n 304 47.226 121,731
72 2000 Road rollIems... .......... ...no16 12 39,758 146,759 742600 Planer...... ...................... ..3, 2 1a1 47,00
722200 SOR1-0 oelled graders... s 9,. 3I 76,478 1,099,984 742700 Shaoers, excepi sear shnne .. no. 32 .9.021 140,059
722300 Poll or posh type graders. n..Me 4 2,132 27,100 742500 Surface trinding machines ...no 27 40,735 69,68
722400 Other graders.,...... ..........no 10 15.640 76,134 744000 Etlernal cylindrical grinding
722800 Scrapers. snlf..losdlng. no.....0 49 185,237 772,140 machines. recent an1rn..n. I 71 fi 13,1(5
722700 Boltidners. angln dozer, 744100 Internal vrulr4varino. ....n. 0,. 13 n7.15 1765587
trail builders, brash colters 744205 Tool end coiter grinOfn,
and similar eavooienlt ..... o 193 1914,452 892,808 machines, includingtuniver sal
722800 Other road machinery snd parts .. ..... m8 16 1,357.,122 tonI end cotter trlnulr...In. 182 90,150 ?2t7
723100 Cesirocio "eovioment, 744207 External cylindlrical rotac ...1
and narel, ....... . ... 183,075 490.575 grinding maciunes.... ........nn:. 2 1.328 1,4
Con Veylng nenuiomend end parts: 744303 Geor ooth-grindide vvchttnos...no. 2 d1tS 1569
723400 Crones With sinlnging booms...n fo 6 36.908 144,096 744305 HoninAl d ntlnint nachi," ,
723600 Other cranes ..... ....no., 11 80,807 261,260 except vee.....no 8_......r 37,296 41 .985
724100 Hoists and -inches, ri.e.s n...o. 1,348 281,196 577,451 744308 Thread grinding machines...no........................ ..
724200) Derricks, except mining. no.... 8 4,522 21,112 74430e hielAl-grtnoln nechines,
7211600 Elevators, and perts...._ ........... 203,804 964.577 n.e~s.... n...I...... no 17q 3C,122
724"00 Conveyors, buocket, chain. or 744200 Retll..rtnting machtne norm.. ... .1: 2,.
bell ... ........tio.. 109 62,338 438,404 744313 Horizontal t;ring, orilliin0 nno
729100 Other conneying euosent, vtlling nechnen... ...... 2 11.5s "0
and parts ........ ........... 334,10f 1,066.139 74431b 9-3nc-,;n neclnes. .ll tnoeo.. .
MINING1, WEILL, A1N0 PUM4PIRO 744317 Geer hv"nn r oo anoint
MAHNEYac Itnen .e. ,.........nog 1,000 2,41P
Mining and auarrying mtachinery: 744319 fannrr-oviven metAt-worktng
730800 Ceal coter.. ......-.no. Il 30,978 56,390 machine tools, ....n. ... 259 a3,208 L.-al
734100 Rock ril ,.,,,...........e o. 376 77.936 52,703 Parts. novnsxor 'en eand
7315900 Mine hoist, and der~k ~ o 27 29,063 80,823 enttrenio for ynie-dr tarn
73105 rndgmilcassifer. niechne toOls. e~
and equipment..........,,-1......... 109.518 432,073 744371 riot-ks lint nocotnoe
732198 Ore and rock crashing and tools........... .n 0 4r, dO,55 903
sorting machinery ond parts.,..., ....... 434,780 1 664,122 744381 Mental..ottivt teels. iii,
73 31 00 n00Oninrattng and seelling nu nia ornttien. not
,n4'hinary and Parts-.......................67,i31 226,327 nvnrein9 dondrinl
733900 Other mining and quarrying Ot--ons...........n. 6i2.ioI 303,9n3 128.15
'a ct inery end so rts. .... 744,788 1.180.731 7u4382 Fiotrescn -ices for votlhel n refimint machinery! votin7 trol, notta' e rr
7342001 Petroleum end SIRco I-or ill Ing ,ae in voer-c-rt, lav. ...........5.23 362
apparatus and Parts .........................1,909,131 2.251 744318 0.-...-.... ....21,7 ,, POP

















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Con- omood- wodcoshitn code mmmdtt dascription ,nd olo Ret yalsee nij

Ity Commodity description and unit Net Value Sipping Co dity description and unit et Vte
once eih cd
No. of quantity quantity (dollars) (pounds) go. of quantity guantity (e1ttles) (we
(Sched- (Schad
use 8)de8

GROUP 7.-MACHINERY AND VEHICLES- GROUP 7.-MACHilERY AND VHICLE$CContinued Continued

METAL-WORKING MACHINERY-Contionued OTHER INDUSTRIAL NACHIERV-Con.
Power-driven metal-working 762800 Paper-converting machinery And
machinery, and parts: parts....................................... 113,15 198,043
Sheet and plate metal-working Woodworking machinlryl
machines and parts: 786100 Sammill machinery end part,,a,, ,,,,..,,, 62,640 2338,731
744405 Stamping, forming, punching, 763600 Planers, eatchores, olnters,
shearing, trimming, corrugat- and molderes.........,....nno" 11i 37,996 139,5
ing, seaming, bending, etc., 763800 Veneer machinery and parts., ,,................,.. 2.701 254,180
machines and parts ...................... 269.095 819.556 763900 Other woodworking machinery
7144498 Other..................................... 72,148 170.540 and parts..........,.......... ........, 169.2 386.510
Other power-driven metal-working 764100 Blowers and ventilating
machinery and arts: msechinery and partse..........,........... 112,223 391,318
7144700 Forging machinery and parts ............... 122,231 354,382 764200 Cannery machinery, end parts....... ....... I32.169 211.205
714800 Rolling-mill machinery, and arts .......... 999,902 6,228,155 761400 Bottling, bottle-washing, and
745000 Holding machines.............no.. 31 32.937 71,233 bottle-laboling machinery and
745100 Hlast cleaning and tumbling parts....................................... 118,63 921 26
machines....................no. 5 1,323 4,550 784500 Brewers' machinery, and parte................;. 6B.795 2N6,5
745298 Foundry equipment and parts, 765000 ice-making equipment ansod parts....... .......... 43,565 236,009
n.e.s............................... 8... 9,870 216,471 Refrigeratlng equipment and parts;
745501 Palancing machines, for balncn 765200 Not over I-ton capacity............ .......... 112,219 04,85
metal parts statically or 765300 Over I, not over 10 tons capacity .......,,,, 60,661 10, 447
dynamically or both.........no. 9 9,266 6,604 7651400 Over 10 tons capacity............. .......... 113,589 978,756
745503 Diamond dies for power-driven 765700 Self-contained air-conditioning
metal-working machinery.....no.. 537 17,516 72 units and parts......... ....... ............. 71.481 119.101
745505 Die casting equipment ..................... 4,809 30,729 765800 AIr-conditioning equipment and
745509 Wire drawing machinery and parts. ........... 37,973 59,396 parts, n.e.s.............................. 90,244 219,741
745598 Other power-driven metal- 766100 Vegetable oil-mill machinery
working machinery and parts ............... 84,234 122,026 and parts............... ............ .......... 88,379 311,517
Other metal-working machinery: 767100 Cotton gins, cotton presses
745700 Pneumatic portable tools.......no.. 1,688 121,158 46,965 and parts..................................... 68,787 52.665
795805 Welding torch sets and parts................. 182,935 168,91q4 769100 Ball bearings and parts,
745898 Other portable and hand or foot except balls..................... ,.... ......, 356,201 57.910
operated metal-workkng machines 769200 Roller bearings and parts,
and parts .................................. 224,481 100,283 except rollers...................... .......... 3 337,513 51,251
748512 Metal alloy slugs containing 769300 Bells and rollers for bearlngs............, ,0,.,. Sq ,99
diamonds...................no.. 85 872 27 Air compressors:
Stationary:
TEXTILE, SEWING, AIO SHOE MACHINERY 770400 Capacity not over 25 cubic
Textile machinery: feet ....................... no, 589 57,962 183,125
Textile machinery: 770500 Capacity over 25 cubic foeet.,no,. 183 259,086 585.57
750000 Full-fashioned hosiery 770600 Portable air compressors.......no. 129 253,304 526,005
knitting machines, power- 771000 Meat and other food grinding and
driven........................no.. 8 9.600 100,848 slicing power-driven machlnes...n, 357 95.355 73,585
750100 Circlar hosiery knitting 772000 Paint-seoraying equipment and parts.. ...... 33,118 36,686
machines, power-driven........no.. 34 9,950 11,987 Laundrv machinery:
750200 Other circular knitting 773700 Power-driven machines for
machines......................no.. 13 3,179 3,366 commercial laundries........ .no. 103 6.18i iit3
750400 Other knitting machines and 773800 Other laundry and dryparts...................................... 861.777 62.,409 cleaning equipment and parts.. ... n 90,533 308,053
750500 Winders and parts ............................ 112,938 257,609 775020 Testing machines, for tension,
Carding and other preparing, ductility, conoressio, hardness,
spinning and twisting torsion and flaw-testing .....,..no, 217 39,075 I ,85
machinery and parts: 774098 industrial indicating, record.
750600 Cotton....................... ......... 208,724 1.298,837 ing, or controlling instruments
750700 Wool............. ..... ............ 72,867 363,470 and apparatus, ne.s .......................... 452,026 3i183
750800 Other (including silk-throwing 774100 Gas meters and part.,,.......,,,...........,, 12,617 IB,987
machinery) and parts...................... 51,083 207.1491 774200 Water meters and parts.............. ........ 72,11 7,60 5
Looms and parts: 774q130 Ploe valves with bodies of
751500 Cotton looms ................no. 340 176,455 1,059,899 iron and steel............... no. 24,66 596., 1 1,99S,55
751600 Other looms..................no.. 39 19,540 121,168 774470 Pipe valves with bodies of
751700 Parts of looms ............................. 128,425 2614,122 brass, bronze, or other non75400 Braiding and insulating ferrous metals ................no, 93,565 221.076 "00,941
machines and parts ................ .......... 17,584 32,672 Other industrial machinery and
754200 Beaming, warping, and slashing parts, n.e.g.:
machinery and parts ......................... 32,105 110.238 375006 Plastic molding machines and
75400 Oyeing and finishing machines presses....................,,.............. 8,706 13.5 1
and darts ................................... 18,953 106,626 775012 Measuring machines for use in
754900 Other textile machinery and parts............ 398,691 1,361.595 measuring or inspecting preciSewing machines and parts: sion parts for ase in the metal755105 Domstic sewing machines....... no. 1806 10,247 16,014 working Industries............no. 2,012 35.311 29,635
755107 Parts for domestic sewing Furnaces, industrial other
machines.................................. 29.8514 4.747 than electric:
755205 Fartory or industrial sewing 775022 Metal working............................... 39,073 271,461
machines......................no 2.096 275.733 275.449 775025 Except metal working ............. ......... 22.277 1732.6
755207 Parts for factory or industrial 775098 industrial machinery and
sexing machines............................ 136,200 213.163 parts, n.e.s ..................... ........ .971,303 9.850,86
757500 Shoe schnery and parts, except
sewing machines ............................... 93.959 172.967 OFFI CE APPLIANCES
OTHER INDIOSTRIAL MACHINERr Accounting. bookkeeping, and
ca lating machines:
759000 Cigarette and cigar making and 775200 Sondescriptive or nontetother tobacco machinery and parts............. 77.200 103.221 writing bookkeeping and ac759200 Cream separators valued $50 or counting machines w........n, 78 53.90 10100
oer ...................... no.. 108 15,925 39.366 775300 Descriptive or text-writing
759300 Other dr egipent ad parn bookkeeping and accounting
for co-ncial use .............................. 171,435 300.739 achines, inew ..............O. 176 137,21 35,610
760000 Bakry machinery nd parts ..................... 122.069 315,900 775600 Listing adding machines, dnow... I 0 236.2 116 1
760500 Flor-mill and cristmil
machinery and parts ............................72,059 338,09 775700 Calculating machines,
yt090 Rice-mill m~cklno; and parts ......................8,273 24.821 no-listing, nwo............ no. 5, 256,583 17,21
7 nar-m ouchnery: 775900 Card-punching, sorting, and
761200 Cae mills..................no 31 66.681 1141,716 tabulatlg machines, new. no .. 02.850 14,355
75190, Other sugar-mill machinery 776000 Other, Including used sod
and parts.................................. 234,999 1,056,488 rebilt................. ...no. 67 35,3I53 11,61il
72500 per an eio mill maChinery 778100 Parts for accounting bookkeeping
and nrts ................................... 154.241 940,312 and caelating machines................... 187,172 78,.5
















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ty Commal ..Igh co, Cniodiy descripcripttion aand uunit tt Value Sppg it Commodty ds tion and n t Value ShIpn
Snt quantity quantity (dollars) (pound) of quantity quantity (oollars) po s
(Seood. (Sched
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GROUP 7?.-MACHINERY ANO VEHICLES- GROUP 7.- MACHIiERtY AND VEHICLESContinued Cont inued
OFFICE APPLIANCES-Continuead AGRICULTURAL MACHINERY AND
776307 Addressing eachine .............. no 42 5,877 5,751 IMPLEMETS-Continued
776216 EquIpment, and parts, for Wheel tractors (new)-Continued
addreslng acshlnee .......................... 14,546 21,982 788400 2 plow.........................no,. 1,198 990,74 4,351,328
GDuplicating machines and parts: 788500 3 plow .......................no., 1,509 1,322,696 6,892,240
776307 Duplicating machines, except 788600 4 plow and over.............. no., 525 595,885 3.265,4891
lithograph offset type.....no 602 36,042 39,661 788700 Engines for tractors.............no.. 128 62,208 281,460
776309 Doplicating machines, lithograph 788800 Used tractors, all types.........no. 135 179,457 1,049,894
offset type ....................no., 40 21,373 38,137 788901 Parts and accessories for
776318 Parts for duplicating machines ............... 20,643 29,578 track-laying tractors......................... 984,4657 2,855,515
Cash registers, and parts: 788905 Parts and accessories for
776400 now ...........................no 63 5,209 31,689 wheel tractors ....................... .......... 598,315 1,455,416
776600 Used and rebuilt..,............ no.. 13 11,219 10,110 769100 Windmills .....................no.. 382 24,705 202,035
776700 Parts ......... .no............. ........ 46,238 63,394 789300 Towers for windmills ............ no. 234 10,650 123,928
Typeoriters, and parts: 789600 Hay presses, hand and power......no. 44 49,143 246,872
777000 Standard, new ................no. 3,381 289,723 205,006 789905 Parts for agricultural
777200 Portable, new................ no 717 26,106 16,253 machinery, except tractors.................... 609,787 3,572,587
7774 Rebuilt.......................no.. 471 26,376 25,959 789998 Other agricultural machinery,
777490 Other, used.................... no. 55 2,744 2,170 and implements, n.e.s.............. .......... 70,138 284,095
777500 Parts........................................ 63,454 67,014
777700 Staplers and staples for office use .. ... 56,473 52,025 AUTOMOBILES, PARTS, ACCESSORIES,
777900 Other office appliances and AND SERVICE EQUIPHENT
parts, n.e.s ....................... .......... 70,901 36,248
Automobiles, parts, and accessories:
PRINTING AND BOOKBINDING MACHINERY Motor trcks, busses, and
779000 Typesetting machines............. no. 34 105,099 112,792 chassis (new):
779100 Printing presses ...............no. 93 129,741 360,671 Under I ton:I
779900 Bookblnding machinery, 790101 1/4 ton and ,nder.......... no.. I 1,135 IOOC
accessorie, and parts ........... .......... 60,171 108,183 790102 Over 1/4 ton, not
779500 Other printing and typesetting over /2 ..............no. 273 233,325 1,157,207
machinery, parts, and accessories ............. 343,849 611,360 790103 Over 1/2 ton and under
I ton .................. no.. 34 31,612 125,043
AGRICULTURAL MACHINERY 790105 Station, warehouse, and
AND IMPLEMENTS factory trucks, powered
by gasoline motor, whether
786000 !Bee-keeping equipment .......................... 331 2,655 or not containing conveying,
780100 Cream separators, under $50......no, 728 18,875 28,860 lfting, stacking, or siml780200 Other dairy equipment for farm use ... ........... 101,604 164,409 lar accessory devices.....no, 21 22,152 70,443
780400 Incubators and brooders.......... no., 647 17,696 102,091 1, and not over 1-1/2 tons:
780600 Poultry equipment, n.e.s............. .......... 11,538 46,464 790201 I ton.....................no. 50 50,859 197,547
Sprayers and dusters: 790202 Over I, not over 1-1/2
780700 Hand sprayers for trees and tons..................... no. 1,591 1,856,521 8,257.772
crops......................no.. 2,817 18,448 41,688 790205 Station, warehouse, and
7860800 Power sprayers for trees and factory trucks, powered by
crops........................no. 178 56,893 180,830 gasoline motor, whether or
7680900 Small sprayers for garden ano not containing conveying,
household use, under $2.......no. 173,219 36,041 142,892 lifting, stacking, or simiImplements of cultivation: lar accessory devices.....no. 7 10,366 32,117
781000 Horse and power plows .......... no.. 3,790 280,872 2,506.233 Over I 1/2, not over 2 1/2 tons:
781900 Harrows.....................no., 373 27,163 265,909 790301 Over I 1/2, not over 2-1/2
781800 Cultivators, horse and power,.no.. 934 22,408 234,881 tons, n.e.s............... no, 343 571,367 2,424,594
782400 Planters, horse and power......no. 255 11,193 90,313 790305 Station, warehouse, and
782700 Drills and seeders, horse, factory tracks, powered
power, and hand............... nom 345 29,827 275,041 by gasoline motor, whether
783900 Other cultivating implements...no- 696 3,656 20,548 or not containing conveying,
harvesting machinery: lifting, stacking, or simi7814100 Rowers, except lawn mowers..... no. 481 45,49 457,094 tar accessory devices..... no., 20 45,676 128,570
784200 Lawn mowers, hand and power....no., 80 763 2,385 Over 2-1/2 tons784400 layrakes and tedders ........ -no, 36 1,388 16,334 Diesel and semi-Diesel
784700 Grain narvesters and binders..no. 44 11,375 118,937 injection type184900 Combines or reaper threshers..no., 71 126,122 545,534 790431 Over 2 1/2, not over 4
785900 Other harvesting implements.... no., 218 62,794 337,717 tons.................no 18 23,078 91,895
Seed separators: 790433 Over 4, not over 5 tons.,no...........
786100 Threshers....................no 30 22,610 147,204 790435 Over 5 tons.............no.. 30 250.428 631,156
786400 Corn shellersa.............. ,.no 47 768 6,833 Gasoline (carburetor type)786900 Other separators ..............no., 6 3,199 13,600 790461 Over 2-1/2, not over 4
187000 Feed cutters, grinders, and tons................... no. 406 889,913 3,604,232
crushers.......................no. 213 53,268 298,774 790463 Over 4, not over 5 tons..no, 199 879,862 2,925,009
Tracklaying tractors, .79065 Over 5 tons............ no. 334 2,852 814 7,124,305
carburetor type (new): 790468 Station, warehouse, and
787300 Under 35 drawbar horse- factory trucks, whether or
power........................ no 47 57,040 216,048 not containing conveying,
787430 35 under 50 drawbar lifting, stacking, or simlhorsepower...................no 13 27,943 127,963 lar accessory devices...no. 35 178,461 501.978
787450 50 under 65 drawbar 790500 Bus chassis..................no ...............................
horsepower......... .......... no, I 2,755 12,432 790600 Motor trucks, busses and
787530 85 under 80 drabr chassis (secondhnd.........no 71 946,866 3,821,346
horsepower................... no..... .... ........ I......... ........ Passenger cars and chassis (new).
787559 80 and over drawbar 790700 Not over $850 (list price)...no. ............... .............
horsepower..................no.. ................................. 790800 Over $850, not over $1,200
Tracklaying tractors, (list price)...............no. 2 2,13b 6,172
injection type (new)- 790900 Over $1,200, not over $2,000
787600 Under 35 drawbar horse- (list price)................ no, I1 18,864 3d,t0oo
power..................... no.. 76 149,700 653,021 791000 Over $2,000 (list price)..... no.3 8,297 13,025
787730 35 under 50 drawbar 791100 Passenger cars and chassis
horsepower..... ..........n 112 283,360 1,214,512 (secondhand)..................no. 222 242,978 75c,(01
787750 50 under 65 drwbar Parts, except battery boxes,
horsepower....,......a.......no, 61 224,,291 1,026,280 tires, inner tubes, fan belts
787830 65 under 80 drawbar and engines:
horsepower .............no 12 55,607 283,950 791200 Automobile parts for assembly............. 2.,520,393 20,379,591
787860 80 and over drawbar horse- Autoobile parts for replacepower, .. .. .............,,no 86 541,493 2,4399,896 ment on vehicles:
Wheel tractors aew): 732100 Spark plugs...............no. 90,310 173,754 124,530
787900 tardan.............,....... ,, 142 106,644 421,221 792305 Automobile parts for
788000 I plow.......................n. o 222 118,635 534,597 replacement, ne.s............. ...... .... 3,109,611 8,058,134

















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C0in- Comn'0d- modIty Commodity description and unit let Value Snipping ity Commodity descriptionand unit met Val1a
coeof quantity qnt (dollars) eigt code dight
o. (pounds) No. of quantity qnantity (dolla s) (penses
(Scad- (Stnadii. B) _______ in 8) __________________ ___________GROUP 7.-MACHINERY AND VEHICLES- GROUP 7-NACHI|ERY AND VEHICLESContinued Continued

AUTOMOBILES, PARTS, ACCESSORIES, AIRCRAFT, PARTS AND ACCESSORIESAND SERVICE EQUIPMENT-Continued Continued
Automobiles, parts, etc.-Continued Aircraft-Continund
Automobile accessories: Parts for aircraft-Continued
792600 Automobile borne, hand and Radial engines:
electric .................... no.. 28,707 39,4I4 113.606 791601 1,340-inch piston displace792700 Other automobile accessories, ment and under ............ no. 24 68,359 30.2311
ne.s ..................................... 451,237 1,089,185 794603 Over 1,3g0-inch through 1,030Automobile engines: inch pinton displacement..no. I 30,795 30.S56
For assembly on new vehicles 794605 Over 1,30-inch piston
with American trade name: displacement ............. no. 50," 8.A40
Motor truck and bus engines: Other engines:
792830 Diesel and semi-Diesel, 794607 1.340-inch piston
injection type ........ o.. 4 4,522 8,710 displacement and under....no. 8 8.977 5.|130
792850 Gasoline, carburetor 794609 Over 1,340-inch through 1,830type ................. no. 546 80,527 389,551 inch piston displacement..no ...................... ............
792900 Passenger car engines ...... no. 29 2,227 12,250 794611 Over 1,830-inch piston
For replacement on vehicles displacement.............no....................................
with either American or Aircraft engine parts and
foreign trade names or accessories:
assembly on new vehicles 794706 Carburetors, cowls, crank
with foreign trade names- cesan, cylinder,
793130 Diesel and semi-Diesel generators, magnetos, spark
injection type ............ no. I 1,143 2,140 plugs, starters, super793150 Gasoline, carburetor chargers, and valves for
type .................... no. 715 135, 191 336.169 use in aircraft engines ................. 114,230 35,92%
793160 Automobile tire-service 7947981 Other engine parts and
equipment and parts ........................... 61,708 138,752 accessories........................... 392,825 914,822
793170 Pumps for gasoline and oil .....no.. 430 16,703 40,253 Aircraft inotrments, and parts:
793180 Other automobile service 794801 Automatic pilot controls ................. .000 332
appliances and parts.......................... 332,385 672,597 794803- Automatic pilot for
793190 Trailers, n.e.n., except aircraft .................. no ............ ........................
military ..................... no.. 205 325,739 1,286,614 794805 Aircraft gyro instrusents.no. 44 9.187 320
794806 Aircraft navigatianal
AIRCRAFT, PARTS AND ACCESSORIES instruments ............... no., so 6.716 467
794807 Aircraft radio tranmitting
Aircraft: and receiving sets ........ n 28 24.828 1,576
(Modal number, names of manufactur- 794808 Parts of aircraft radio transer, and manufacturer's designation hitting and receiving nets .............. .16.33,03 9.,911
of planes Indicated by shipper.) 794009 Directors and range finders ......................................
(Armament when shipped with air- 794811 Self-synchronous transcraft Included, hut armament as mittern and indicators,
replacements or supplies is indaned such as sal syns and
in respective classifications): nynchro units and switchCombat (complete aircratt, either boards, for aircraft .................... 1.208 126
assembled or knockdown): 794815 Sound locators tor aircraft.............. .......... ..............
Bombers: 794899 Tachometers for aircraft.. .no. 19 598 87
793200 Heavy bombers, 4-engine.... ............ ......... ... ......... 794898 Aircraft instruments and
793220 U. S. Patrol bombers, parts, n.e. ............................ 66,471 1.532
4-engine ........... no........................ 794912 Propellers ................. no., 82 31,38 I0222
793230 Medium bombers, 2-engine o ..................................794913 Propeller parts and
793260 Light lombers, 2-engine ... no ...................... .............. acceseories ............................. 14,98 5.649
793290 U. S. Patrol bombers, Aircraft parts and accessories.
2-engine................no. .......... .......... .............. n.e.a.:
793300 Light bombers, I-enfine .... no. ............... ..... ............. 794992 Life jackets and life rafts
Fighters: for aircraft ............no ............ .......... ..............
793350 Fighters (pursuit and 794995 Badb-rach controls, control
interceotar) I-engine. no.......... .......................... .. .olmna. delcers, frame
7i3380 Naval fighters, I-engine...no .................................. .. assemblies, fuel tanks,
793390 avel reconnainsance, oxygen regulatory, and tanks,
I-engine .................. no...................... .............. rudder pedals, struts and
793700 Fighters (pursuit snd braces, and wing tips for
interceptor) 2-engine.....no, .. ................... ............. use in aircraft ......................... 114.574 71.281
Service comaet completee aircruft, 794998 Bumh sights for aircraft. .... ..... .......... ..............
either sosembled or knockdown): 794998 Other iinco9lete aircraft
transports: shipments for assembly abroad
793720 Heavy transport. 4-engine..no ...................... I ............... included, when sech shipments
793740 Heavy transport, 2-engine,.no............. .1 ............. over parts not specifically
793750 Mefiun transport, Indexed in respective
2-engine ...............no........... .......... .............. aircraft classifications) .............. 3.,02 228.067
793780 Light transporto, 2-engine..no ...................... ............
Communication: OTIER VEHICLES AN PARTS
793800 Cuounication, 2-engine .... no ...................................
793820 Coemunication, I-englne....no.......... .......... ............. .79 icycle..
Trainers (complete aircraft 9 y ................. I...no.. 1,|99 $2.593 1.614
either assembled or knockdown): 795200 Motorcycles ................. no.. 5 1.577 3.527
793900 Advanqed trainer, 2-engine .no............. ........................ 795300 Rcycle Part asod accessories,
799930 Advanced trainers, i-engine..no ............... ..... .............. (except tires and tubes) .................... 32,1400 i0,621
793950 Bsic trainer$ ............... no............ ......... ............ 795400 Motorcycle parts and accessorils,
793970 Prlmery trainers ............. no .. .......... .......... ........... except tires and thaa, ........ ... ... 6,391 6,379
794250 Civil airplanes ................ no .. 36 55.71 378,700 795500 Merchant vessels ................. am. i 141,7og5 3,914.256
794301 Barrage balloons.............. no ..... ...... .......... ..... ......... Other votercraft:
794305 Gliders and lighter-than-air Naval craft and parts:
craft, except barrage 795661 Sberires .................n.. .......... .......... ..............
bslloons ...................... no .. ....... ......... 795663 Salvage vessels.............. no ..................................
7941o0 Lsndplanes minus engines ....... no ............ ..... 79565 Convoy escort vessels n...... o ........... .......... ..............
Parts nor aircraft: 79568 Mine ...ee .r..............s ...................... .............
Parachutes, and parts: 79506 kemiliar ahips............ no. .......... .......... ..............
794505 Parachutes .................no. 200 1,784 494 795671 Antisubmarlne motorboaets, Ao ...................... ..............
Parachute part. and fittings: 795973 Iotor-torpe o bots ..........aid,. .......... ......... ..............
794509 Assembled harness, harness 7956751 Submarine chasers............ ............ .......................
fittings (adaptor 795677 Standard cmvo launches....... o ...............................
fittings, 0 rings, snep- 795679 Landing craft ...... .....no I 107,960 qlaOc6
hooks). and shroud ................. 2.669 1,20 795681 Other ..................... no 2 22 54
794598 Other parachute part. and 795689 Parts. and accessories, for
fittings ..................................... ............. navl craft, except nOginee ............... 60,$021 0,676















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Itsppinu Shiping
Coomodity daic niptio and unit lot alue o i ertcot.
C-4* of 4amity quantity (.o01an) (pounds) ce f quantity quntity (dollars) n gh
go. pud) No o'o


ROUP 7--40ACHIPERY AND VEHICLES- GROUP 7,-MACHINERY AND VEHICLESContinued Contnued

OTHER VEHICLES AND PARTS-Continued OTcQo VEHICLES AND PARTS-Continued
Other vaterraft-Continued Ordnance combat vehicles, otc.-Con.
Mtorraft. oxcet vacAl: Military trailers and parts-Con.
795691 Not over 16 gross tons ....... no.. 7 63,220 195.338 799751 6-ton van and stake .......... 0o.................................
799695 On' 6to gross tons........... no.. 1 12,950 33,87 799753 10-ton-2-heel van .......... no...................................
Intornol-combustlon marine. engines, 799755 10-ton lowe bed and stakecrbrator type: 2-wheel van ................. no...................................
79570 Petachablo motors 799756 12 through 1-tonn-g(outboard)................no 99 660 0,2 wha.l .n................ no.......
79900 t ........ n63 128,584 398,629 799757 20-ton tank transport no...................................
Railwrcars: 799759 Military semitrailers,
Passenger Searvlce: 96 n.e.s ....................n.. .................................
798000 Electric railway or tram ..... .......... ............. 79971 Parts and accessories for
796100 St as rarlwa ..............o.. 8 272,000 269,000 military smitrailers ...........................................
Ralwpay motor car: ...-- 799800 Mobilto muniations unit. no...................................
796200 For track inspection and Military tanks:
maintenance sork ............ no.. 71 18.01 5.366 Light tanks weighing under 20
79680 Pas 115,284 335,760 tons each:
796600 Freight"rcrsr oner 7 tns 7 99921 Model 9-3............... no...................................
capacity ................... no., 376 863,037 12,537,330 799923 Model M-SA ..............no.. .................................
796760 Mine, industrial. aod other 799925 Model 1-S...............no...................................
freight cars. not over 10 799927 Model T-7, except
tons capacity ................. no. 166 32.129 299,795 aero-tanks ..............no.. .................................
796 AIr-brake euieent and arts. ...... 96. 99 110,958 799929 Light tanks, n.e.s ..........no...................................
796800 P s tols and w3309 7 Medium tanks weighing 20 to
797000j 0 Ral1way signals, attachments and 90 tons each:
parts ............................... .......... 41.336 51,756 799931 Model -...............nO...................................
797200 Railway car-heating equipment 799932 Model-M-3I. .............no...................................
nd parts ............................ .939 ,57 799933 Model M-3A2 ..............no...................................
76500 Wagn and dray..................o 190 3,29 182,336 733 Model M-38 3..............no...................................
93oo Wheelbarrows .....................no.. 83 2,82 2,9,051 799935 Model 11-30 ..............no...................................
799200 Pushcarts and hand trucks ........ no. 13 27,173 149,573 799936 Model 4-3A5 ................ no...................................
799500 Wheels, nte.s ..................no 12,780 31.392 188,659 799941 M4odel M-4 ................no ............ .......... ..............
Ordnance combat vehicles, and parts: 799992 Model M-98 ..............no...................................
,799601 Carriers, universal..........no...................... ............. 79993 Model M-96 ..............no...................................
799803 Enins for carriers n..... ....... ... .. ............. 7999 Model 14-A3 ..............no...................................
799605 Engine parts for carriers.......... .......... ............. 799945 Model M-9A8 ..............no...................................
799607 Transmission, and parts, for 799946 Model 1-985 ..............no.. ................................
carriers............ .. ... ... ...........799999 Medium tanks, n.n. no....................................
799609 Ports. and accessories, for 799955 Heavy tanks weighing over
carriers, n.e.s ................... ........................ ......... 90 tons each .............. no...................................
799611 Scout cars (except armored) .... no.. 11 155,723 900,363 799957 Other military tanks ......... no...................................
Armored cars: 799961 Military tank radio transmitting
799613 Light .................................. ........................ and receiving sets .......... no ....................................
799619 Medium ....................o........ ....................... 799963 Parts and accessories for military
799615 Heavy ..................................................... .......tank radio transmitting and
Personnel carriers: receiving sets.................. .......... 50 7
799623 8 maan-M-2 ................... no ................................... 799971 Engines for light, medium,
799628 13 man-M-3 .................. no ................................... and heavy tanks ............... no ...................................
799625 Other .....................no.................................... 799975 Engine parts for light, medium,
799628 Ordnance combat vehicles, and heavy tanks ............................. .106,435 25,859
nes .....................no.................................... 799981 Transmission and transmission vart
799629 Parts and accessories for for light, medium, and heavy tanks..' ...............................
ordnance cmba t vehicles..... ............ 16,672 98,796 799985 Other parts and accessories for
Ordnance service and repair flght, medium, mnd heavy tanks .... 302 633
trucks, and parts: 799993 Boat propellers and blades
7996t Artillery repair trucks ...... no ......................... (brass or bronze) .............. I 48.68 16.908 99.370
799652 Instrument repair trucks ..... no ................................... 799998 Vehicles and parts, n.e.s .......... 207,57 920.618
799653 Machine shop truck .......... no ... ........................ .. .
799654 Small ares repair trucks ..... no .. ............................ GROUP 8.-CREMICALS AND
799655 Tank maintenance trucks ....... no .. ... .................... RELATED PRODUCTS .......................... 27,189,155 417,152,898
799696 Tool and bench trucks ...... no .................................
799657 Welding trucks .............. no................................... COAL-TAR PRODUCTS
799656 Wrecking trucks .............. no ...................................
799659 Service and reflair trucks, 800500 Crude and refined coal tar ...... gal.. 709,403] 45,728 6,525,104
re a 800600 Benzol or benzene ............... gal., 29,103 6,112 197,116
n.. ....................... ................................. 800700 Coal-tar pitch ................ 1.ton. 1,791 91,731 9,048,653

rice and pa ir truck ..................209,868 1,073,879 601000 Creosote or dead oil ............ gal. 197,659 20.698 1,20,7t5
Military tra iler and parts: 8i1100 Toluene or toluol ................ lb.. 3.953,980 151.715 3,565,795
971 12tontrairs and r ts ....801200 Wclene or xylol .................. lb.. 70,875 5,591 76.966
799703 1/2 tom and uder-2- aeel..no. .. ....................... 802005 Naphthalene .......l............... 8b 99 289 921
789703 OVer 1/2, not over I ton- 802025 Pyridine, crude or refined ....... .. 91,759 17,713 45,973
2-wheel cargo ............... no. I 252 300 602098 Crude coal-tar products,
799705 Over 112 not over I ton- n.e-s .......................... lb 182,951 9,909 197,556
2-wheel, 250-gallon tank .... no ................................... ,, pCoal-tar acids, crude and
799707 Over I ton, not over -1i2 Intermediate:
tons (van included)......... no ....... 802300 Phenol or carbolic acid ........ lb 982,272 102,966 1,062.520
799709 2- heel-2-horse vans . .. 802905 Picric acid ................. lb 176 191 960
799711 -he.el................... no..................... .............. 80209 Cresylic acid and cresols ...... lb 159.988 12,719 195.773
799715 9-ton-14-wheel van K-38 ..... .......... ....................... 802920 Benzoic acid, technical and
799717 5-ton pole type.............no.. .......... ......... ............ medicinal grades .......,...... lb 19,753 10,410 24,619
799719 12-ton................................ ....................... 802960 Sallcylic acid technical and
799721 20-too tank transport ....... .. ...... ......... ............. medicinal grades.............. lb.. 15,796 5,989 21,903
799723 20-ton low bed house ......... no ............ ............ 802988 Other coal-tar acids ........... l.. 170,383 30,090 177,938
799725 5,600 gallon gasoline- Coal-tar intermediates, except
4-wheel.....................no...................... ............. coal-tar acids:
799727 60-ton tank transport ...... o.. .................... ............. 802515 Aniline oil.................... lb. I9,169 5,329 50,385
799729 Military trailers, n.e.a..... no ...................... ............. 02519 Aniline salts ............... lb. 32,228 7,909 38,916
7997931 Parts and accesporles for 802530 gets naphthol and beta
military trailers........ ................ 921 4,933 naphthol flakes ............... lb 69.293 15,011 78,116
799713 2-1/2 ton surgical ........... no .. ............................. 602550 Direthylanilina ................ IS ..................................
79974 2-eheel cargo ................O .................... ............. 802570 Dlphenylamine .................. lb. 3 28 16
799785 Van K-55..................no ...................... .............. 025680 Pentachlorophenol.............lb, .0001 1,168 6,920
799747 6-too-2-whool. coast 802587 Sodium pentachlorophete lb 10 29 158
artillery .............. ..8no..02590 Phthalic anhydride ...........lb 2586700 35,923 287,653
799789 6-ton-2-whoel en ...... .. .. ...................... 802591 Triosyl Phosphate .......... b 308,263 82,931 390,269
















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Com- -Comlt- 00-i
intpyn ....i~
ty Commodity description and unit Net Value Commodity description and unit pt alue h
code of quantity quantity (dollars) weg9"t codeI....
No. quantity quantounds) o. of quantity quantity (collar) ds
(Sched. (So euse B) _________________________ use 8) ____ ______R0tP 8.-CHEMICALS AND RELATED GROUP 8.-CHIEMICALS AND RELATED
PRODUCTS-Cont i nued PRODUCTS-Cont inued

COAL-TAR PRODUCTS-Continued MEDICINAL AND PARN64ACEUTICAL
Coal-tar intermediates, etc.-Con. PREPARATIONS-Cntinued
802593 Dlbutyl and diethyl phthalate Medicinal chemicals, etc.-Con.
dlpropylphtholate, 813515 Radiu salts and compounds,
normal and Iso ................ lb.. 486,563 107,510 539,008 radius content............... ge., 357 5,706 11
802594 Nitroderivatives of benzene, 813517 Strychnine and salts........ aoz.. 563 336 14:
toluene, xylene, naphthalene 813518 Theobromine and theobromine
and phenols in addition to salts and compounds........... lb. 12,605 28.662 14,532 8
those specified in President's 813519 Theophylllne and theophylline
Proclamation of May I, 1937...b.. 122,937 21,646 145,627 salts...................... av.oz 41,423 28,773 7,700
802596 Styrene......................b.. .. ................................. 813525 Benzocaine-benzoate, ethocaine.
802598 Other coal-tar intermediates...b.. 379,939 117,393 449,584 novocaln.P-mintnobezoyl-diethy802800 Rubber compounding agents of laminoethanol, planocaine,
coal-tar origin................. lb.. 175,310 71,929 194,863 and all forms of procaine..... Ib.. 20,899 44.063 60 ,391
Coal-tar dyes, stains, color 813530 Acetylsalicylic acid or
lakes, and toners: aspirin, in bulk..............lb. 107,527 a,644 121,706
805901 Color lakes and toners......... lb.. 89,590 69,260 104,374 8135110 Acetophenetidine............... lb. 106,480 115,881 123,140
805903 Sulfur black................... lb.. 19,610 5,296 22,238 813553 Glycerophosphoric acid and
805905 Synthetic Indigo ..............lb.. 5,500 4,675 8,253 salts ........................lb.. 22,688 27,759 27,437
805909 Other coal-tar dyes............Ib.. 1,285,927 1,341,307 1,479.747 813557 Phenolphthalein................lb.. 8,119 6,912 9,%17
Synthetic flavors and perfume Sulfnnamide drugs:
materials: 813561 Sulfanilimide................lb.. 28,224 36,248 35.521
806130 Vanillin ...................... Ib.. 1,785 5,359 2.680 813563 Sulfathiazole and
806190 Other synthetic flavors and derivatives................ lb. 38,746 102,250 69,210
perfume materials.............lb.. 34,400 77,250 46,956 813565 Sulfadiazine and
806910 Methyl salicylate, technical derivatives................. lb. 66.107 222,644 167,065
and medicinal grades..........lb., 11,108 4,616 14,356 813567 Suffaguanidlne............. lb. 13,526 64.932 18,775
806920 Sodium benzoate, technical 813569 Other sulfonamide drugs...... Ib. 8,621 73,419 18,76
and medicinal grades..........lb.. 108,489 50,234 126,046 813598 Medicinal chemicals for
806930 Photographic chemicals of coal- prescription use, n.e.s.
tar origin.................... lb.. 25,938 28,301 30,374 ampouless included)......................... 1,998,464 1.005457
806998 Other finished coal-tar Household medicinal chemicals
products .......................lb.. 47,285 45,725 59,278 and pharmaceuticals in mall
packages:
MEDICINAL AND PHARMACEUTICAL 814100 Solids...................................... 22,455 995,499
PREPARATIONS 814200 Liquids.......................... .......... 7.730 38,J40
proprietary medicinal preparation:
811100 Castor-oil......................gal.. 4,629 12,777 64,455 814800 M outh washes, gargles, a nd
811300 White mineral oil..............gal.. 246,050 101,818 1,961,830 personal antiseptics....................... 106,857 240,953
811905 Fish oils and fish liver oils 814900 Corn and foot remedies ......... ............ 26,5t44 19.813
and concentrates thereof, 815001 Belladonna Plasters,
medicinal grades................ lb.. 69,785 80,569 132,539 proprietary............................... 1028 0
proprietary ................. ..... 10
811998 Vitamins and vitasterols, 815098 Plasters, n.e.s ............................. I 117,598 81,911
n.e.s........................... b.. 338,262 1,363,002 688,848 815100 Liniments .................................... 15,451 38.630
Biologics: I Salves and ointments:
812000 For animal and veterinary use................ 60,512 38,350 815200 or brns, cuts, sin diseases.
8121o00 Serums, antitoxins, an.....d tooids, insect bites, lnflaatlon, etc............. 37,361 33,433
for human use............................... 118,662 20,289 815300 For coughs, colds, catarrh,
812200 Vaccines for human use ............ .......... 61,901 8,673 and bronchial infection.................... 129,665 197. 33
812300 Glandular products, organo- 815I00 Cold cough, and bronchtol
therapeutics, enzymes, ferments, 85 o, cough, and bronchial
and ultre mdia.....................82,301 136449preparations, nocept salves and
and culture media .......... ... ......... 629,301 6,449 ointments ................ ........ .......... 76.369 221,123
Oruggists' nonproprietary 815500 Asthma, catarrh. and hay-fever
preparations: preparations, Including
Elixirs, tinctures, fluid Inhalants, except sves and
extracts, and ointment s; .................................... 101,257 89,/7
similar liquid solutions: 815700 Malaria, chill and fever
8 12403 Fli eurc f belaona 8 15700 aa~ hl an 3inne
812403 Fluid extract of belladonna remedies ............................ ......... 306,629 111,727
leaf, I.F. and root, U.S.P., 816000 Tonics, blood purifiers,
tincture of belladonna, emulsions, and appetizers.................... 209,435 457.211
U.S.P., and belladonna 816100 Laxatines, purgatives, and
liniment, 1.F., nonproprietary............ 1,328 916 cat artica tives, n..........................d.......... 120,04 2 8
812413 Fluid extract and tincture 816200 milk of agesis ............................... .42,895 2,464I


of oc omu . ......... ... .. 10,3 13720 01 aCO nt ob adgee o, e......t .. ,9
Of hya cyAmu .........816500 Digestive preparations ............... .......... 120,937 7310
812419 Fluid extract and tincture of 816700 Headache, neuralgia, and pale
stramonlum and stramonlum remedies ..................................... 115,924 52141
ointment ........................................................ 818003 Extract and fluid extract of
812498 Elixirs, tinctures, fluid b belladonna leaf and root:
exutracts, and similar tincture of belladonna.,
liquid solutions, ne.s ................... 100,533 163,720 pS.Po; belladonna oltment,
812500 Menthol.....................b 3,368 26,185 4,95 G O.8P.; hamatrapime (bele812730 Quinine sulfate ........... v.oz. 59 112 6 dona root)................ lb ....


812750 Ote uin sats aones:pa o~toin
asp75 rinna in t b efom . . . . 2 5 1 6 3( t e o ote ).... ................ b 16 91
O8127 their quinine salts and 918013 Etract. fluid etract, and
compounds, uine sulfate tincture of hyoscam .......... lb 2
content .................. ev.oz., 32,708 15,285 2,915 8180 Etrct ad fluid estrct of
Tablets, pills, capsules, stramonl (Ji son weed) ........ .................................
powders ointments, and 818019 TIcturi e of stbon0 .
similar manufactures, n.es.: str a-mnt. ointment, anod
812792 Acetylsalicylic acid or scopol ne or hyasene
spitrin, In tablet form ......... .......... 20.053 81,613 (stramon ) ................... 8. 21 3
812793 Extract of belladonna, and moiDia
belladonna ointment and plaster, 24 ,6 6 809 Propre tram .e. .................... .30 9,75 3717
0.S.P., nonproprietary ...... .b. .........653 717
812794 Extract of hyoscyamues or CHEMICAL SPECIALTIES
henbane ..................l.. b.. 79 739 Ilk
812795 Estract of stramonium lb.................................... 20000 Nicotin sulfate (40 percent
812796 Scopolamine or hyosclne...bvo.s 44 574 34 ba S ) ......................1.. 1 4,473 %,02 ,782
812798 Tablets pills, C1peulne, pders 820050 Rcotin alld................ b. 68 1,21 11
ointments, and slmllar menu- 820100 Copper sulfate or blue ntrlol..,lb 8,54547 13,152 6,6 1
fractures. nonproprietary, n.e.s. I.......... 336,616 21,051 820200 nc create ................lb 1,309,736 147,317 1,%22,318
Medicinal chemicels for 820900 CalcI 120,640 7,941 133.390
prescrIption use: 820400 petroleum oi l orays
813508 Atropne al f te.........avo., 2,427 5.359 1:192 egrlcaltaral. ........ Ialn. 88, 784 321:71 74,387
813511 Caffeine Alkaloid .........lb 2,495 7,260 3,633 820530 Pyrethram estract ............. lb., 3,501 9,671 3.717
813512 Caffeine salts and componds...lb. 699 2.247 1,684 820550 Seed dis1nfectante ............... lb,. 12,2?3 3.393 13,608


















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Co. CoGmt Co ts des iton ad unit et valu ppin it Commodty description and unit Net Value Shipping
Ccn -*gt ~ tht
c iutt quantity (doll s) (poud) COd of uu t quantity qutity (dollars) (od)
vi 8)) (e 8)pun$
(S-6. j,, d.


6OUP 8.-CHEMICAL$ AND RELATED GROUP 8.-CHEMICALS AND RELATED
PRODUOCTS -Continued PROCT-Continued

CHEMICAL SPECIALTItS- Continued CHEMICAL SPECIALTfES-Continued
820560 Paradichlorobetene .. ........ b. 73,200 8,405 78,407 826598 Callulose acetate sheets, rods,
820591 Cupric acetoarsenite tubes, and other unfinished
(parts ireen) .................. lb. 27,575 7,272 30,918 forms, plasticized..............ib 56,886 53,5146 87,921
820592 Pyrethrua or iusect 826700 Cellulose acetate plastics
flnoer powders.................. I, 31,183 10,208 32,092 film support.................. b.. 4,019 4,090 8,627
820593 iotenone....................... lb. 13 41 15 Nitro and aceto cellulose:
820696 Calciu cyanide................lb. 166,931 21,461 182,368 Solutions, collodion, etc.,
820598 Other agricultural insecticides, except lacquers:
funqicides, and similar prepare- 826801 Nltroceliulose, having nitrogen
tflons and materials, dry or content of more than
liid basis................ 297825 64,472 335557 12 percent..................lb.. 7,564 1,69 10,146
920600 Household and industrIal 826805 Nitrocellulose having nitrogen
InsecticIdes, e terminautors, content of 12 percent
and repellents, liquid, paste, and less .................... lb., 6,752 1,932 9,287
powder, or solid for... .........lb.. 1,266,244 309,828 1,695,398 826898 Aceto cellulose.............lb.. 6 12 20
820900 Household and industrial disinfect- Not In solution, wet down with
ants, deodorants, Germicides. water or diluent:
and similar preparations........lb. 450,981 75,352 531.483 826901 Nitrocellulose having nltrooon
823000 Rakina powder.................... l.. 352,407 69,863 463,348 content of more than
823300 Dextrine or British gum..........b.. 502,873 39,253 508,842 12 percent ........ lb.(dry wt.).. 20,052 3,933 27,264
823400 Tobacco saucing or extract used 826905 Nitrocellulose having nitrogen
for flavoring tobacco ..........lb.. 5,035 4,059 6.618 content of 12 percent and
823801 Piomented resin emulsions for less...........lb. dry wt.).. 185,806 46,949 343,585
textile use..................... Ib. 45,488 7,069 51,050 826998 Aceto cellulose ....ib.(dry t.) .................. ..............
823803 Detergents, penetrating, wetting 827300 Cements for sealing cans......... lb. 133,444 33,878 147,749
and scourina agents, and 827400 either cementing preparations for
dyeing assistants...............lb.. 304,808 56.812 354,912 repairing, sealing and adhesive
823809 Other textile specialty use........................... Ib.. 337,100 63,766 406,939
compounds..................... b. 601,926 76,850 665$679 828900 Specialty cleaning and washing
823901 Chromium tanning mixtures........ lb. 367,490 26,917 385,690 compounds, except soap .........lb.. 1,005,882 108,560 1,176,8609
823998 Tanning specialty compounds, Polishes:
n.e.s .......................lb.. 599,158 62,362 672,256 829000 Metal and stove polishes....... lb.. 73,953 11,360 91.608
824000 Water softeners, purifiers, boiler 829100 Shoe polishes and shoe
and feed-water compounds........ lb. 490,451 45,287 530,741 cleaners..................... b.. 139,387 41,795 192,361
825000 Metal-working compounds..........lb.. 389,493 41,752 436,894 829200 Leather dressings, oils, polSynthetic nums and resins: dishes, and stains............. lb.. 302,115 68,054 355,300
In powder, flake, or liquid 829300 Floor wax, wood and furniture
form (scrap included): oolishes..................... lb.. 234,990 35,486 280,157
625100 Ester gus ..................lb.. 491,347 68,472 517,054 829400 Automobile polishes .......... lb. 98,753 22,866 119,842
825300 Alkyd resins................lb. 403,316 85,263 444,893 829550 Natural flavoring extracts.................... 282.039 408,979
Tar-acid resins: 829590 Synthetic flavoring extracts.................... 139,785 112,765
825501 Phenol-formaldehyde resins in 829600 Pectin.......................... Ib.. 7,051 10,114 8,100
powder, flake, or liquid 829700 Animal charcoal o r bone char,
form (scrap included)..... lb. 750,199 145,651 799,253 deodorizing, decolori1ing,
625598 Other......................16. 472,232 82,548 499,346 and oas absorbing carbons,
Urea: n.e.s........................Ib.. 569,662 50,840 599,593
825707 Urea-formaldehyde resins in 829800 Rubber compounding agents,
powder, flake, or liquid n.e.s ........................... lb.. 338.723 95,538 360,135
form (scrap included) ..... lb. 561,377 118,770 627,307 Anti-knock compounds not of
825798 Other ....................... lb. 5,671 1,222 6,148 petroleum origin:
Synthetic gums and resins, in 829915 Ethyl fluid................... oal.. 196,015 607,428 2,7868,884
powder, flake, or liquid form. 829919 Any mixture confainina more
n.e.s., (scrap included) than 3cc. tetraethyl lead
except synthetic rubbers: per callon................gal .................... .............
625801 Casein................,....lb. 3,220 450 3,430 829930 Liquid gumr'inhibitors for treating
825803 Methyl methacrlate, petroleum distillates............... .. 84,300 101,093
unfabricated..............lb. 7,823 7,700 9,750 829950 Licorice extract and mass............ ... .. 4,040 021,50
825805 Nylon...................... lb. 65,243 69,222 84,019 829970 Reagent chemicals for laboratory
825809 Other ........................ lb. 301,709 47,308 320,079 use................................. .......... 48,755 139,838
825829 Polymers of styrene, vinyl 829990 Chemical specialty compounds, n.e.s............ 356,463 2,363,634
acetals, vinyl acetate, vinyl
alcohol, vinyl chloride and INDUSTRIAL CHEMICALS
vinylidene chloride; and copolymers of vinyl chloride Acids and anhydrides:
and vinyl acetate (scrap 830000 Acetic acid. 100 percent
included).....................I. ~63,852 214,884 496,959 acetic acid................... lb.. 146,767 23,013 213,670
Sheets, plates, rods, tubes, 830100 Acetic anhydrlde.............lb.. 25,063 3,242 30,066
and other unfinished forms- 830200 Tartaric acid.................lb.. 43,785 31,755 47,576
Laminated: Other organic acids and
826001 Of shenol-formaldehyde anhydrides:
resins, fabricated........ lb. 36,927 28,457 43,989 830307 Citric acid.................. 216,053 48,065 238,261
826007 Of urea-formaldehyde 830309 Oxalic acid................l.. b. 25,867 3,553 28,187
resins, fabricated........ lb. 13,109 9,415 18,431 830398 Other, except coal-tar.......Ib.. 3065,836 62,093 379,274
826098 Of other synthetic gums and inorganic:
resins.................... Ib. 6,421 4,813 7,332 830700 Hydrochloric or muriatic.l...b. 186,728 12,304 280,150
Not laminated: 830800 Boric or boracic, except in
826101 Of phenol-formaldehyde small packages.............. Ib. 305,812 18,484 319,227
resins, fabricated ...... lb. 10,252 5,774 13,553 830910 Chromic...................... Ib. 9,386 1,430 10,261
826103 Of methyl methacrylate, 830930 Nitric.......................lb. 102,985 10,393 161,535
fabricated................ lb. 12,307 12,603 15,564 830950 Sulfuric, fuming or oleum,
826107 Of urea-formaldehyde 50 Baume basis............ b.. 331,830 9,537 366,303
resins, fabricated ........ Ib ..................... ............. 830970 Other sulfuric, 50" Bauma
826198 Of other synthetic aums basis...................... lb. 15,912 6,948 194,157
and resins................ lb 27,289 18.102 31,370 Other inorganic acids and
Pyroxyl in products: anhydrides:
826200 Pyroxylin scrap and film 830990 Arsenious oxide or white
scrap................. .....Ib. 8,542 1,265 9,833 arsenic................... lb. 179.806 8,570 191,960
826300 Pyrocylin plastic film 830992 Molybdic acid and molybdenum
support or base............... lb. 326,531 298,025 427,354 trioxide..................lb., 28,17 30,274 28,865
826400 Pyroxylin sheets, rods, or tubes 830993 Phosphoric acid, orthoand other unfinished forms....I. 80,893 77,173 92,684 pyro-, and meta-.......... lb., 144,938 14.085 171,983
826505 Cellulose acetate moldino 830995 Tuneostic acid .............. lb.. I 10 10
compositions and molding 830998 Other Inorganic acids and
powder, plasticized............. lb. 427,066 178,282 464,311 anhydrides................lb., 309,706 15,523 316,899
















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Com.- Com*od- modIty Commodity description and unit Net Value Shipping Ity Commodity descr option and unit at Value Shipping
code oftattounit dlas eight code Igh
No. of quantity quantity (dollars) (pounds) No. of quantity quantity (dollars) ( )
(Sched- (SNche.a. 8) ,u)e 6)
GROUP 8.-CHEMICALS AND RELATED GROUP 8.-CHEMICALS AND RELATED
PRODUCTS--Continued P0ODUCTS-Continued

INDUSTRIAL CHEMICALS-Continued INDUSTRIAL CHEMICALS-Continued
Alcohols: Sodium compounds, n.e.s.-Continued
831000 methanol...................... gal.. 0,391 13,510 309,907 836700 Bicarbonate or baking soda,
831100 Ethylene glycol................ lb. 1,971,580 179.185 1,979,665 except in small packages...... lb.. 3,663,839 72,195 3.817, M
831200 Solidified denatured alcohol.,b.. 6,238 699 6,998 836800 Bichromate and chromate........ lb. 619,761 47,801 624,642
831300 Butanol or butyl alcohol....... lb.. 218,357 26,600 245,000 836900 Cyanide.......................lb.. 17,924 2,S 1i9,113l
831400 Glycerin, 100 percent glycerol 837300 Hydroxide or caustic soda,
basis........................ lb.. 129,628 25,820 153,636 except in small packages...... lb.. 8,762,713 236,63 9,881,677
831505 Thiodiglycol.................. b ...................... ............. 837700 Sodium phosphate (mono-,
831598 Alcohols, n.e.s. (qlycols di-, tri-, meta-, or pyro)....lb.. 1,177,472 80.282 1.220,43
included)..................... lb.. 986,885 11,586 1,077,124 837800 Hvdrosulfite.................. .lb. 358,231 59,97q 386,391
831600 Acetone........................lb.. 493,958 37.033 581,839 Other sodium compounds:
831700 Butyl acetate.................lb. 85,145 15,774 98,064 837905 Sodiaum chlorate.............. lb.. 20,720 2.281 22,226
831900 Carbon bisolfide.................lb.. 70,610 4,827 79,321 837909 Sodium perborate............. lb.. 24,625 3,090 26,917
832001 Formaldehyde or formalin, 40 837998 Other, except sodium berates
percent solution by volume, 37 and nitrate................. 1b.. 4,794,277 155,139 5.017,667
percent solution by weight......lb.. 647,097 26,970 680,128 838100 Tin compounds....................lb.. 1,390 $65 1,763
832003 Paraformaldehyde, solid......... Ib.. 9,000 2,087 10,065 Amonium compounds:
832005 Formaldehyde, gas ...........:.. ............ .......... ............. 838501 Aqua amonia, ammonia liquor
832200 Amyl acetate...................lb.. 16,656 3,543 19,214 or amoniam hydroxide......... lb.. 347,306 5,655 355,158
832500 Synthetic collecting reagents 838503 Bicarbonate and carbonate...... lb.. 4,901 5,094 61,81 5
for concentration of ores, 838505 Chloride or sat aoniac....... lb.. 166,666 10,094 188,8942
metals, or mineral ........... lb.. 1,172,909 181,186 1,289,478 838511 Guanidine nitrate.............. .. .......... .......... ............
832800 Cellulose acetate flake, 838517 Nitrate.....................lb.. 283,140 12,8" 286,876
waste, and scrap, not 838525 Urea........................... I, 168,15 69,831 1,80,893
plasticized..................... lb.. 68,932 23,365 82,995 838598 Ammonium compounds, n.e.s.......... .......... 41,178 I ,5,765
832910 Carbon tetrachloride..........,lb.. 692,524 45,566 742,174 Gases, compressed, liquefied, and
832930 Ethyl acetate................. .lb.. 8.219 1,828 9,079 solidified:
832950 Sodium acetate................... lb.. 63,629 3,794 69,017 839000 Amonia, anhydrous ............. lb.. 1,145,359 S5,201 1,551,901
832960 Methyl-ethyl ketone..............lb.. 228,937 20,481 258,059 839100 Other gaseous refrigerants.....tlb.. 660,095 192,948 87,817
832970 Ethyl ether..................... b.. 99,836 41,551 192,407 839200 Chlorine...................... Ib.. 506,339 11,53 785,917
Other organic chemicals not of 839400 Helium gas..................co.ft.. .8,400 84 5,10
coal-tar origin: Gases, ne.s., liquefied and
832983 Butediene...................lb.... 572,301 117,269 672,301 solidified:
832985 Vinylidine chloride..........b.... ................................ 839511 Lung irritants, n.e.a., except
832987 Chloroacetyl chloride .......... lb .. .......... o....... ............ chlorine and chloroplcrln...lb.. .......... ........................
832988 Chloroprene................. ....... ..... .. ................ ..... 839513 Vesicants.................lb... ........ ......... .............
832996 Camphor, natural and 839515 Lachrymators.................lb.. .................... .............
synthetic.................... Ib.. 47,068 27,593 56,918 889517 Sternatators................ Ib. .......... ........................
832996 Hexamethylene tetramine........lb, 68,736 20,002 74,096 839518 Screening smoke..............lb. 160 220 328
882998 Other, n.e.s ................. lb.. 1,117,087 385,266 1,279,812 839519 Items enumerated in category VI
833600 Aluminum sulfate................. Ib.. 5,998,505 98.390 6,056,977 of President's Proclamation
833905 Aluminum chloride, anhydrous..... lb.. 111,111 8,950 121,937 of May I, 1937, n.e.s ......b. o**. **** *........ ..............
833998 Aluminum compounds, n.e.s........ lb.. 569,277 44,298 600,360 839598 Other, n.e.s ................ lb.. 280,376 30,2831 818,1"
834010 Calcium hypochlorite............ lb.. 121,990 27,981 145,962 Other industrial chemicals:
834090 Other bleaching powder...........lb.. 294,340 68,349 316,250 Antimony salts and compounds834100 Calcium carbide..................lb.. 2,510,630 115,933 2,734,136 839603 Antimony oxides (tri-.
834300 Calcium chloride.................lb.. 253,203 6,083 262,884 tetra-, penta-)............. Ib.. 50,966 8,215 51,018
Bromine, bromides and bromates: 839608 Other antimony salts and
834401 Bromine.....................,lb.. 6,765 1,981 13,193 compounds.................. lb. 28,294 6,126 30,969
834402 Potassium bromide..............lb.. 21,246 9,516 36,301 Bismuth sealts and compounds:
834403 Sodium bromide................. Ib.. 10,711 3,647 19,812 839631 Bismuth nitrates and
804415 Ethylene dibromide ............. Ib ...................... ............. mixtures....................lb. S,261 7,818 7,738
834498 Other......................... Ib., 22,064 10,489 27,579 839634 Bismuth carbonates and
Iodine, iodides, and lodates: leixtres................. lb. 1,105 1,783 1,320
834610 Potassium iodides..............lb. 12,669 19,242 16,765 839638 Other.....................lb.. 3,004 6,616 3,952
834630 Iodine, crude and resublimed...lb, 7,695 14,483 14,397 839650 Cadmlu smalts and compounds .... lb.. 212 428 358
834698 Other.........................Ib.. 6,886 11,409 12,142 839670 Chromium salts and compounds,
Potassiumne compounds, except except chemical pigments...... lb.. 30,857 3,111 39,700
fertilizers: 83960 Cobalt salts and compounds,
835700 Bichromate eand chromate........lb.. 41,670 4,674 44,301 except chemical pigments...... lb., 4,754 3,392 5,125
836800 Hydroxide or caustic potash .... lb.. 2,631,958 182,502 2,743,309 Cooper salts and compounds:
Other: 839715 Cupric ouide ................. lb. 2,935 1,813 2,80
835904 Potassium carbonate and 839717 Cuprous oxide................ Ib. 10,O900 1,563 11,033
mixtures................... lb.. 753,310 59,059 810,528 839718 Other.....................lb..Ib. 3,861 743 4,4863
836905 Potassium bitartrate and Manganese salts and compounds:
mixtures ..................lb.. 7,0883 4,694 8,742 839722 Manganese dioxide (including
885908 Potassium chlorate end battery mix)................ lb.. 75,026 20,342 4978,916
mixtures.................... lb.. 291,487 39,787 314,9876 889728 Other................... ...lb.. 78,233 4,011O 80,158
835913 Potassium cyanide and Mercury salts and compounds:
mixtures ..................... lb, 6,997 3.699 7,655 839741 Mercurous chloside or
835917 Potassium nitrate and mixtures caleel.................... b. 18 539 31
(black esitpeter powder). 839792 Mercuric chloride or
(President's Proclamation of corrolsive sublimate......... Ib.. 70 1,809 1,98
May I, 19837................ lb.. 8,400 826 8,622 839743 Mercuric fulminate...........lb. 6 18 I5
835918 Potassium nitrate, n.e ., 897S Mercuric oxide, red and
and mixtures................lb.. 325,395 24,598 840,535 yellow...................b... 1,271 $,57? 1,585
836923 Potaesslum permanganate 839748 Other....................... lb. 553 ,s6 797
and mixtures............... lb., 24,263 6.888 26,880 839768 Molybdenum salts and com885939 Rochelle salts ............... lb. 734 326 9870 pounds, n,.s ................. Ib ............ .......... .............
805998 Other potaniem compounds 89780 Nickel salts and compounds ..... lb. 21,826 6,734 29,674
(not fertilizers) ........... lb.. 121,736 27,939 1332,291 839775 Radium salts and compounds,
836214 Karnite or rasorlt (beoretes, radium contet ...............ge 200 9,00 90
crude)......................... Ib, 1,163,420 19,230 1,198,925 Strontium salts and compounds:
Borates, refined: 839780 Celestite or mineral strontium
898221 Ammonium borate...............I.. ......... .......... ............. seulfate............,......lb.. .......... .......... ..............
836222 Borax glass ................. lb.., 608,230 1,.016 6821,10 839784 Strontium nitrate .......... lb. 123 909 9,301
8368227 Sodium metaborate............. Ib.. 8,085 631 8,736 839785 Strontium oumlats ............ .......... .......... .............
6386220 Sodium tetraborate, boroax, or 839788 Other........................lb. 2.310 S% 2,13
sodium borate..................Ib.. 2,038,272 61,943 2,068,4986 839810 TItanium tetrachloride........ tb .......... .......... .............
838288 Borates, n.e.a ................b...., 96,212 1,815 96,475 809818 Other titanium salts and
Sodium compounds, e.a: compounds....,..............Ilb, 5 7 I8
836400 Silicate or water glass....... lb, 1,177,631 25,328 1,231,029 839822 Tungaten salts and compounds.ib.l 73 213 183
803600 Carbonate, calcined or soda 838830 Uranium salts and
ash...........................l]b. 12,797.156 190,358 12,949,4.025 compounds ................. gram.. ,590 491 17
















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Co- com,o<- modI tItnpping ty ShIppIng
ty Coodity desc' ton and unit Net Value 10p, t Comdtty description and unit Met Value Ilat
of quantity quan ity (dolls) (pouoN) s of quantity quantity (dollars) (0 )
(Scha.. (Sc
wa 8) us 8) _____________GROUP 6-CHEMICALS AND RELATED GROUP 8. -C"ENICALS AND RELATED
PRODUCTS-Continued PRODUCTS- ContInued

INOUSTRIAL CHENICALS- Continued FERTILIZERS AND FERTILIZER
MATERIALS-Continued
Other Induatrial chemicals-Con.
Vanadium salts and compounds: Phosphatic fertilizer materials-839936 Vanadlvm oxide...............b 62 596 686 Continued
839638 Otl:er...................... $5 103 75 851901 Normal superphosphate, contain.
Zinc sals and compounds: Ing not more than 25 percent
839845 Zinc chloride................ lb.. 94,06q 5,554 96,360 available phosphoric acid..... lb., 45,629,403 395,048 45,906,989
83987 ZInc sulfate................. Ib.. 2,191 974 2,752 851909 Concentrated superphosphate,
83988 Other....................... Ib., 21,165 6,197 22,922 containing more than 28 perZirconium alts and compounds: cent available phosphoric
839854 Zirconium oxides.............lb., 15,250 3.533 15,868 acid........................lb. 8,905,370 137,148 8,923,576
839858 Other.....................tb.. 22,953 1,854 23,958 852000 Other phosphate materials...... Ilb., 96,705 7,527 103,786
Platinum group salts and Potaaic fertilizer material:
compounds: 853101 Potassium chloride............. lb., 19,383,029 282,947 19,409,743
839871 Platinum ...................t.oz.. ................................ 853103 Potassium seulfate..............lb., 2,165,860 39,229 2,213,888
839878 Other platinum group salts 853107 Potaeslic fertilizer materials,
eand cempounds.............t.oz.. 127 7,851 2,635 n.e.s., containing 20 percent
839883 Thorium salt and compoands .... lb.. 963 2,232 1,164 or more potassium oxide (620
839887 Pho aphoroua. elemental......... Ib.. 24,633 13,499 31,886 equivalent, n.e...) (25 percent
839692 Cerium compoundes..............l..l............ .......... .............. 9,0 content equivalent
8139893 Indius compound ...............lb.. .......... .......... ....)......... s) ................. lb.. 1,069,96 6,940 1,070,010
83969 Other industrial chemicals................... .373,758 4,555,268 853187 Potaseles fertilizer materla'.
containing,less than 20 percent
PIGMEIITS, PAINTS ANO VARNISHES potaselie oxle K20
Sequivalent................... Ib ............. .......... ..............
in010 erl-earth pigents dry): 854000 IItrogenous phosphatic types..... ib ........... .......... .............
$00100 ocher, umber. sienna, and
other forms of Iron oxide 8955100 Prepared fertilizer mixtures..... lb. 9,007,129 202,149 9,138,018
for paints .................... lb.. 1,068,486 70,160 1,106,437
840500 Other mineral-earth pigmants ...tb.. 2,856,029 38,613 2,896,744 EXPLOSIVES, FUSES, ETC.
Chemical pigments: Explosives:
841100 ZInc oxide................... Ib 602,462 48,086 623,159 860101 Smokeless powder............... lb. 24,815 18,019 31,286
841400 Lithopone ....... ......... lb. 1,843,504 80,986 1,871,048 860103 Cordite Nd......................Ib ..................................
8I1900 Lampblack.......................b 62,735 6,380 68,202 860400 Dynamite....................... Ib 656,500 84,206 734,100
842300 Carbon black or gas black...... lb.. 20,377,095 1,272,413 22.839,205 Other explosives:
92400 Red lead, dry.................. lb. 752,036 72,606 791,270 Commercial explosives:
842500 Litharge....................... lb. 392,179 31,931 405,325 860901 Blasting Gelatin........... lb. 14,175 1,750 15,000
White lead: 860902 Galignite..................lb.. 195,000 25,615 217,195
842600 Dry or basic lead carbonate..lb. 439,874 33,763 455,885 860903 Similar explosive
842700 In oil ...................... Ib. 26,004 3,163 27,172 cmepounds.................lb.. 268,850 37,519 09,186
e n s n n q g a .! . . . . . 2eas s o. . . ..,. . . . .." : ,: : : : : : : : : : " "8 5 " $ 7 6 19 " 0 ' 1
842600 Titanim dioxide and 860905 Lead azide ..................lb. ................... ..............
titanium pigments ...... 2,606,507 174,628 2,429,133 860907 Nitroglycerin ................ lb .. 2 29 2
611905 Chrome pigment containing 860908 litrostrch ................l. I ..................................
Ionrcent or more chronium..tb.8 129,95 30,372 112,765 880909 sitrosannite ............... b ............ .......... .............
Lead plgments: 960953 Tetryl ....................lb...................................
842912 Orange eineral...........b.. ................................. 860955 Trinitrotoluene (TNT)........lb. .................................
842913 Sublimed lead or basic 860994 Pentolite.................lb...................................
saulfate, dry............... 1,060 178 1,125 860998 Other explosives.............lb, 45,450 10,253 60,00
842919 Zinc sulfide................. lb.. 1,712 1,987 1,927 Fuses and blasting caps:
842998 Chemical pigments, n.e. ...... lb 70,450 110,838 535,485 862500 Safety fuses...............lin.ft. 4,687,900 28,49 82,282
83000 bituainous paints. liquid and 862900 lasting cape .................no. 413,960 20,081 27,186
platic ... t.......................... .......... 123.658 5,673,971
Paste and snelpeete paint colors SOAP AND TOILET PREPARATIONS
in oil, putty and paste wood Soap:
filler: 871000 medicated...................... lb., 18,308 10,679 24,005
813103 Red lead In oil................ lb. 4,215 1,131 4,560 871200 Toilet or fancy................l.. 1,456,099 261,683 1,626,902
83198 Other, except aluminum and 2396 871300 Laundry....................... tb.. 8,197,330 606,682 8,679,679
alminu-bronze pastes........lb. 209,729 59,803 2396 871600 Powdered or flaked............. lb.. 418,531 52,706 1163,978
Water paints (all typee: 871800 Shaving creams ................. lb., 13,636 9,303 22,805
843210 Water paints, dry..............lb. 634,345 50,955 719, 38 871900 Shaving cakes, powders, and
143230 Emulsion paints ...............gal. 7,387 13,170 98,786 sticks....................... lb.. 93,195 It2,259 109,562
843250 Water paints, in paste form, 872400 Scouring bricks, pastes,
except emulsion paints.......gal. 20,540 25,188 209,611 powders, soaps, and houseitrocellulose and other cellulose hold washing powders.......... lb.. 643,193 73,710 7111,540
lacquers: 872900 Other soaps.................... lb.. 331,249 45,717 377,390
843310 Pigmented.....................gal 26.284 7,893 263,222 873600 Dental creams .................... lb.. 226,819 224,103 366,458
683410 Clear........................gal.. 12,007 27,378 106,364 873500 Other dentifrices ..............lb... 17,004 13,633 23,750
843510 Thinners for nitrocellulose and Toilet powders:
other celiuloesic lacquers ....g l 54,816 51,807 43.,468 874000 Talcum powder, in packages ................... 76,881 262,461
843800 Ready-aixed paints, stains 874200 Face and compact ponder............ .......... .83,572 105,780
and enamels....................gal. 215,315 462,425 2,680,831 Cream, rouges and other cosmetics:
844210 Varnishes, natural or 875000 Cold creams .................... Il.. 41,313 24,920 67,351
synthetic.....................gel. 53,407 86,097 479,271 875100 Vanishing creams ............... Ilb., 30,256 11,396 89,1140
875200 Other creams, lotions and balks.............. I 83,636 117,100
FERTILIZERS AND FERTILIZER 875500 Rouges ............................. .......... 36,280 20,331
MATERIALS 875600 Lip sticks ......................... .......... 1439,257 46,853
875700 Other cosmetics .............................. 113,662 23,012
Nitrogenous fertilizer materials: 875900 manicurIng preparations ............. ..... .... .29,897 12,636
Nitrogenous chemical materials: 676200 Depilatorles and deodorants.................... 18,927 35,419
850500 amoxium sulfote. lb 5,282501 86,798 5,323,128 876500 Moir preparations.....................197,239 661,5116
850903 Calcium cyanamide ...........lb ............ .......... ...............876600 Perfumery and toie eses...........111,6f 10i,9
850905 Calcium nitrate.............. lb .. 1,436 267 1,558 877000 Other toilet preparations...................... 52,597 92,327
8b50919 Sodium nitrate, n.es.e ........ to.. 2,118,757 37,820 2,486,193
850925 Urea...................... lb.. 150,000 6,268 152,125 GROUP 9.-MISCELLANEOUS................... 32,286,335 803697
850998 Nitrogenous chemical
materials, n.e.oe ........... lb 4,728,35 107,498 4,767,928 PHOTOGRAPHIC AND PROJECTION GOODS
851000 Iltrogenous organic waste
materials................... lb. 453,400 3.957 455,005 Cameras:
Phosphatic fertilizer materials: Motion-picture-Phosphate rock: 900050 Standard gauge (35 m.)......no 9 37,83 3,206
Florida: 900130 Substandard gauge (16 me.)..n.. 6 1,81 108
851510 Nigh-grade hard rock....l .ton 11,018 91,800 24,680,000 900150 Substandard gauge ( am.) ....no..................................
851520 Land pebble..............ton. 20,337 185,610 15,578,723 Except motion-picture:
851560 Other................l.ton. 4,658 42,785 10,433,250 900231 Aerial camera, aircraft
851580 Tennessee, Idaho, and instruments ................. 2 4110 7
Montana rock ............. .ton. Iq,800 67,271 33,144,800 900233 Aerial cameras, n.e.s........o ................ ..............















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OCTOBER 1945

Can- Com1en- modS y ipi ity Sh~oi.l
Commodity description and unit Net Value c Commodity description and unit Net Value
co.e of quantity quantity (dollars) ofquantity quantity (0ol1arg0
No. (pounds) no. 0f -att)qatty (o mr) (X |..
(Sche. (Scheoale 8) ise 8)

GROUP 9.-MISCELLANEOUS-Continued GROUP 9.-MISCELLANEOUS-Continued
PHOTOGRAPHIC AND PROJECTION PHOTOGRAPHIC AND PROJECTION
GOODS -Cont inued GOODS--Conti sued
cep t in cture-Continued Exposed motion-victure films-Con.
Excpt oton-icureCotinedPos i tive-Continhoed 900235 Gun cameras ....... no.. 2 2,000 150 912361 Short subjects, In (less
900238 Studio photo-encraving, than 1600 linear feet)
oion-picture roectors* ats quantit y ............... no. 3,997 .......... .........
siailr tye 5 .... no.eras 916870 N P es ................ in.ft.. 1182 1.8 i87
or Si et ia. s.e............no. 9 91 71 Newsreels quantity o nlyy.....no.. 85 .......... ..............
or30 Bo ypmsetcus) ...... o. ,66 139698 912380 Traies.iset, n
900800 Soundy.....e................no.. 13 2720 1, 9r1p20cements ............ IIn.ft.. 4.7363 14,242 1,81
90050 Othe r ........................ no.d gu592 2.692 5Sound track any onl1..
900600 arts of cameras, except tenses ................ 16,897 2:617 91261 Paa3
Notion-picture projectors: t .meni., o.antity Only 17.637 1531 91290 Photora i .......... 2.515 119,1 .....5,45
900700 Standard gauge (35 ..) ........ no.I I,6 68,083 49.838 912390 Positive a. film ..... 41n.ft.. 132.760 1,25 229
Sub9 standard gu e (16 .): 912391 Positive 8 M. film.
900830 Siflent ....... ............ ....no.. 19 1,099 688 quantity only ............... no.. 6115 ...... I.... .*...........
9008 0 Negd.ativ fi.....2.........t.. 1 03 27,202 10,0 912400 Sound track .............. in.ft.. xcep t2 1.616
Sund 91201 Sound track, quantity ony ...no.. 123 ..........2.......1....2






91180 Puostiv fl.... ...nof" .2,3 258 912 9130 Sno lr lse n
91 0 nt ...................... ft.. 08 .... . ........ 2 8 other sensitized film uno.. o ed: .......95..
900900 Except foion picture .......... no.. 197 6627 91250 Crtridgesor rsals ............. no.. .M.S. 8522 49,asg
Mo dotion-picture sound equipment: cstu oetseets:
wording .................................... .....no, 3 8 23







912120 Fetrs 3526400 ier990 hicrosoe nde accesoies....... ...... 76.01 3,369 2511112
10 Reproducing ...r............ ft .......... 73300 5 84 91298 Otir poos .es..... .......... 5 $.311 1,30161
902000 Are tes,35 motion picture 91200 Dtalr intrets ................. 8.55.. 1 55903 1,240
projection ...................... no.ver).quan7yonly 9120 Teethto. .. ............. 8 8 3 7I I
902200 fotion-picture screens ............... .......... 1..632 1.. 27 9100 Photoraphic apparatus nd
902900 P orts ond equipment for projection supplies, n.e.s.............. ......... 25 21.2
ead studio apparstu ......................... 53900 25685 SerII AiD 54E8O3 7702
o tion-picture f li s, unexposed: S CRIE MT F APPA RTU S, A SI L I ES
Sensitized, 35 mm.:51UEE, PATL AOSPIE
91171f0 positive film ............. lin.ft.. 912517915 395r2 37,025 Optical ads:
g11720 Negative film ............. lin-ft.. 1,399.022 43.792 11,652 914200 Ophthalmic lenses, except
Sensitized 16 mm.: blanks ...................... pair.. 244.966 12.39 28,r2
911730 Positive film ............ lin.ft.. 1.329.237 12,508 4,122 914350 Sun or glare classes and....
9117;0 Negatve film ............ n.ft.. 1087238 In061 .268 sun o...e ................................. i66t9ary ei n apr
Sensitized 3 5.: 91390 Spectacles. eyeglasses goggles
911750 Positive film ............ lin.ft.. 1.100 39 4 lenses, n.e.s., and frames ......... .......... 41.430 49,33
911760 Negative film ............ lin.ft.. 126,877 5,083 999 914700 Optical tense, not fitted to. ..
Exposed motion-picture flml: Inetrments ................... no., 23,833 8,929
Negative: 91e93t binocularss .................... no.. 300 5e923 l u
912120 Features 35 (,000 linear 91590 Micr5cos .nd accesor........ ........ .. 76 .... .....
feet or over) ........... ln.ft.. 8060836 36.777 5..66 .. ... O.tic.l oods. n.e.s ............... .......... 5 ......1,3..
9121 F tur su 3b mj (, 000 linear m (0 0 nt -9a trs5ent .................. .......... 5.. 0. 9.. . .
t r over), quantity only, 915207 T Ath .g........ .......... no.. ,551,83 31.,751 1....
In number of complete 915300 Precious metals for donlsry
features................... .no. 99 .......... ............. except silver alloys and n olgms ............. ... ...6.S..
912130 Features 16 m. (1,600 iner 91590 Dental office equipment ........................ 7or92
feet or over) ........... linft.. 8,520 670 59 915590 Dental supplies, nt.e.s ............... .......... 2%6.353 321|*
912131 Features 16 M. (1,600 linear 91f60e Sterilizers ...................... no.. 590 5,8 7.-** 29* .
feet or n,, la1700 Surgical and medic l ht struments ............... a6n.2d range
In number of complete 915.0. Surgical applancs ........................... .5..319 . ..d r
features ................. t. 241 9 iftry .......... ..............
912100 Short subjects, 3 9m. (less fnd parts, containing optical
than 4,000 linear elements (fire-control Instrufast) ................... I in-ft,. 159,5B3 792 1,026 ments Incl uded)912141 Short subjects, 35 am. (loss Directors and parts:
than ce00 linear feet) uanttl 90 M.......... 1650 639 1 9 2 eg fnr... o .. .......... .......... ..............
only, In number of reels 915903 H a-U.S. rN 6 ir
or rolls ......... .........nt.. 140 .......... ............. O. os .................... no., ......... .......... ..............
912160 Short subjects, 16 m. (less 9190 IN 7-I-g m.un ............... "a .. .......... .......... ..............
than 1600 line r 91907 yM 3.. .-3.7-inch gun .......... no .. .......... .......... .........Sg
feet) ................... 11n.ft.. 279,702 10,178 1,6539 915908 Directors gn.e.s ............. no .......... .......... ..............
912161 Short subjects, 16 an. (less 9159o9 Parts and accessories for
than 1S600 linear feet directors ..................... .......... .......... ..............
quantity only9 In finders. height and range.
number ................... ..5no., 0 27 .......... ............. and carts:
912170 Newsreels ................ ( l4 .ft. 2502 00460 317 W5921 Infantry range finders ....... no. .......... .......... ..............
912171 Newsrel quantity only ..... no.. .......... ............. 915928 Artillry range fin r ...... no. .......... .......... .............
g1210 Traileru Inserts. and 915.2. .el.ht f..der.nstrI9sco0.. .no .. .......... .......................Tlc
replaent ............ I(0 .ft.. 13,650 639 163 915927 Height fTlso ers, l oidne..no.. .......... .......... ..............
912181 Trailers, Inerts, and replace- 915928 Heoht and range finders,
Monts, quantity only .. ...... no.. 41 .......... .............i 9S2 Pn*es.. .....***** ... *.....no ................. ..............
f12190 Negative $ M. film ...... Iin.ft.. 125 so rt2s and acc sCrles for
912191 Neatlve m. film, height nrd rangCrs oman............. 12 2.2.2 10..
quantity only ............... no. I .......... ............. Sights, except b mb-sig.t..
91220 Sound track .............. ln.ft.. 23695 ..... .. 0 .S.i... Aircraft gTn-eihts .......... no ............ ......... .............
411201 Sound track, quantity only.,..no.. 234 .......... ............. 9i51113 Tank-siohts .................. no ......... .......... ............. *
Positive c ts,5 m (en tP sa ts, rifle and
912320 Feotores, SS so. (4,000 linear machine (tlescopic sicht
feet or over) ....... .1n.ft.. 15022203 362,597 i7,82 Included .... .er.sope........ .. .. 9 53 11
912511 Fatureb 3c tm. (.000 916917 Artlleryuipmhts ............. no ........... .......... ..............
line 0 e ar over) 95948 Siotsr .u.simn . .s...... n .......... .......... ..............
quantity only...............no.. 2,841 .......... ............. Telescopes .d periscopes:
912330 oturesbjects. 16 m. ( liner 019s79 Telescope qu flank spottine...no ............ ........ .
foot or over) ........... lin.ft.. 1,399,766 29,283 5.172 915953 Telescopes B.C. Battery
912331 Features IS M (1600 linear Commnd ..................... no. 12 2ptic al
feet or over) quantity 7 5955 Perisoes ................... no .. .......... .......... ..............
Only ........................ no. 395 .......... ............. 91658 Telescopes, n.o.s ............ no.. 6 619 2
912340 Short eubJocts.35 am. (loss than SISS95 Parts an$ accessories for sickle.
4,000 Ilmar feet ....... lin.ft. 2,382,044t 62,087 17.274 telescopes, and Perl2C*peS ..... :.. ........... 301 Sao
912XIl Short subjects, 35 sm .S gsei6961 Firecotful equipmnt sots ...no .. .......... .......... ............. .
than 4,000 linear foot) 960 Fire-otrol equipment, n.e.s ..... .......... ........ .. ...... ...*..
quantity only .............n 2.641 .......... ............. 915971 Aiminq cl-cles ................. no .. ............. i ...... ............ ..
912360 Short sobjects, 16 so. (les597R9 Other military equipment
then 1,600 linear contine preeisloa optical
feet) ................... liooft. 1. b53,777 51,539 7,079 $rat.x .......................... J.......... ..... .....















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OCTOBER 1945

co- Ca.,od- modIty Commodity description and unit Net Value Shipping ity Comdity description and unit met Value ai laq
co of quantity quantity (dollars) oeighs cNode of quantity quantity ( dollars) (Zeb
.(Pounds) N. %o)
(Sed. (Schsale 8) use 8) __________________GROUP 9.-MISCELLAREOUS-Continued GROUP 9.-MIISCELLANEOUS-Contlnued

FIREARMS, AMMUNITION, AND FIREARMS, AIMIIINITION, AND
PYROTECMIICS-Continued PYROTECHRICS-Continued
Firearms and ordnance, etc.-Con.
947227 Antitank rifles, Firearms and ordnance, etc.-Con.
.55-caliber boys............no.. .......... .......... ............. Field artillery and parts-Con.
947228 Rifles, n.e.s...............no. 109 2,268 1,465 947845 Field artillery, ne.s.......no, ..................................
947259 Parts end accessories for rifles.............. 1,950 976 9147849 Parts and accessories for
947300 Shotguns .....................no. 2,279 33,494 20,389 field artillery (carriager,
Automatic arms and parts: adaptors, climbers and
947701 Machine guns, .30-caliber, caissons included)........................ ........................
aircraft..................... no ........... .......... ............. Coast and railway artillery,
947703 Machine guns, .303-caliber, 8 and parts:
aircraft ............ ....... no ........... .......... ............. 947851 Sa or.t guns 6-, 8-, 9.2-,
947705 Machine guns, .50-caliber. 12-, 1-, and -inch.......no. .......... .......... ..............
aircraft......................no ........... ....................... 947853 Railway guns 8-, 9.2-, 12-,
"''''"''"and 111-Inch.,...,,.....,,.no........... ........,H.......o..
947707 Machine guns, .30-caliber, and 14-inch ................no.. .......... ......................
ground and tank ............no ......... ......... ............. 947855 12-inch howitzers ............no .................... .............
947711 Machine guns, .303-caliber, 9117857 12-inch ortrs .............. no ........... .......... ............
ground and tank .............no .......... .......... .us h e...........9785. no ... .......... ..............
947713 Machine guns, .50-caliber, ......... 97859 Parts and accessories for
ground nd tank ............ ...................... 9....cat a.............. .......... ......... ............
9 I7715 Machine guns, .5-inch Antiaircraft artillery, and
caliber, navy.............no 10 ,500 936 parts, except naval artillery:
947717 Sub-machinar guns, .5- 9..........7861 .37-m.-MIA2 guns, wheeledno .. .................................
caliber, Thompson........... no ........... ....................... 9178n2 .30-calIber machine guns ..... no ............ ........................
947721 Sub-machine guns, 9-m. 917663 -m. guns .................. .. .................... ..............






9473788m.orar,.ece0-cdaniercrf m achiery:. n..................
caliber.................... no.. .......... ...................... 94786 .50-calibr machine gunss. .....no, ........... ......... .............
947723 Automatic rifles, .30-caliber, 917865 3-noh guns ................ no.. ......... .......... .. ............
M-1918 and M-1918 A 2, 91787 90-nc guns ................ no ............. .....................
Broowning.................no.. ........................ ....... 97873 b.7-ch guns................ no .............. ..... ..............
947725 Automatic arms, ne. ........ no. ................... .............. 947875 S-no guns...............no. ........ .......... .............


n apt u rs (mo uts, barrels, .n der .-e tank guns..e.n .................... no.. .......... .......... .............


947731 2inch urtars..................o. .......... .......... ............. Antaircraft armament and
917733 60-me. e.rtars .................... .............p except*machine-g--s
i947735 -ch mortunrs..............no .......... .... ....... anteircrft artillery :
parta dicrf a tilr y barlrels


947737 81-n. mortars, except 947901 204-m. Dseion Soi a
977 self-propell tased ............. no.. ................... .............aircraft n. ....no ................................
947738 ag-mn. mortars l -rp le........ no .......... .......... .......'" s a t, x t n
9775 f-propelledrt ............ ...... ... 947903 37-mmad .-M- aircraft guns.....no... ................................







897759 Prmm ra rsgn ..,,o. 2 ,5 730ept9 n0m c unan t aSuz rat.o .....4.....-.1.....
994 1 e t e 7905 Aircraft armament, n.e.....no...................................
91177111 37-em. untitunk equipment guns, 9117909 Parts and accessories for
except self-propelled.....no .. ......... .. ....... 9a aircraft (aent (mounts
947742 37-mm. antitank equipment guns, nd barrels included)........... ..................aen ns
self-propel led............o.. .. . ........ .... ..................et d.... .......... ......... ..........
94773 2-pounder, g0-mm., antitank Tank exceptrmachinene, guns., ,1
equipment guns..............no, 3 1,600 89 947911 37-mo.tank guns..............no. ......... .......... ..............
91177115 6-pounder, 57-no., .ntitanlk971 -one,4-otn as..o.................
equipment guns, except self- 947913 2-pounder, g-m.tank guno...no ........... .......... ..............
propel led.................no............ ....................... 94791 6-pounder 57-a. t ank guns.......na. .......... .......... ..............
947718 1-pounder, 57-m., antitank 947917 7-inch. tank guns ............. no.... ....... .......... ...........
o ei e d guns, se 947921 3-inch tank guns ............. no .. .......... .......... ..............
eqo ipment guns, self- 9..................no .......... 7925 Tank arament, .e.s......... no........... ........ ..............
hpropellted., l5..-.........ns..no................ .............. 947929 Parts and accessories for tank
91779 75-m, antitank armamnt (mounts included) .....................18 5
equipment guns .............. no ...................... ....c......... 5 bval artillery and parts:
947750 3-inch antitank equipment guns, 947931 20-mo. Gorlikno guns, antiexcept self-propelled .... ..no .. ....... .......... ............. .....ircrft.....................no. ......... .......... .............
947752 3-inch antitank equipment 47933 40-m. usofors guns, antiguns, self-propee. lled ........no ............ .......................*** aircraft, twn and
947754 Infantry support weapons, quadruple mounts..........n.. ............ ......... ...........
ne.a- gun........... ...no 2 2,050 730 947935 1.1 inch guns, antircraeft..no,% .................... ..............
97759 Parls end accessories for 947937 3-inch 5-caliber guns,
Infantry support weapons antiaircraft..............no. ................... .............
(carriage Included) ................... .......... ............. .97911 -inch 25-calIber guns, antiField Artillery and parts: aircraft................no.. .. .......... ...................
947801 75-mm. gouns, except self- .794 5-inch 38-caliber guns,
propelled................... no............ .......................r 5antiai5rcraft (twin mount,
917802 75-em, guns, self-propelled..o ............ ........................ single base-ring, and single
947803 16-pounder guns .............. no ........... .......... ............. pedestal included) .......... no. .......... ......................
947805 25-pounder guns .............. no ........... ....................... 947945 2-pounder 0-m. gns ........ no. 4 12,000 300
9478607 .5-inch gunse................ no .................................. 917947 3-poander guns..............no .......... .......... ..............
947811 6.7-inch guns .............. no ........... ....................... 94179sI 12-pomder guns ........... ..o ............ .......................
97813 8-inch guns ................0..no............ ....................... 97953 3-inch 29-cliber guns ....... 0 .................................
947BI 155-mm.guns, new and 947955 4-Inch Britiah type guns ..... no ..................... ..............
modernized ...............n.. o .................................. 947957 4-Inch 50-clIber guns ....... mo- .......... ........................
917817 8-inch guns .................. no ................................... 97611 4.7-inch guns ................ no .................... ..............
947621 75-me. howitzer, field 91179631 -inch 51-caliber guns ...... to ..................................
and pack. except 917965 S-Inch 5;-caliber guns .... .. ..................................
self-propolled.............no ...................... ...............igv796 v-g...................no. ............ ......... ............
947822 75-mo howitzers, self- 917971 gavel gena, n.s. (6-Inch
propelled............ ........0.. ....... ............ 7-caliber, 6-Inch 5S97823 105-m. howitzers, except caliber. 12-Inch 5o-caliber,
self-gropelled,..... ...o.. .......... .......... ............. IS-i nch 45-caliber, end 16947624 105-mo. howltzars, e l loch 60-caliber included)..,no ...................................
propelled................ ..... ..... ..... ... 947979 Parts and acceamorioS for
917826 4.5-inch howitzers ....... no............ .. .................... naval guna (Mount Included) .............. 10,868 18,121
917827 5.6-inch howitzers no........ ..... .... ........... ....... ..... Ammunition for mall arms, ..
917831 6-inch howitzers...........no........... ........... ............. caliber and under:
947833 15-me. howltzers, new and .22-caliber:
modrnized...............no ...................... ............. 948101 Bait ................. 7r,0n 5,098 25.941 ,185
9117855 7.2-inch howitzers. 0 .... ...... 98103 Tracers...............rood........... .......... ..............
94787 s-inch howitzers ............ no ............ B .......................... 9-r..
94781 210-mo. howtcars........... no.................................... 948107 als .................. roond. ........... .......... ..............
947643 9.2-Inch howitzers .... ..... . ...... 98107 Tracers...............round...................................















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i ty S' pp 'q i) Shipping
Commoeity description and unit talu Commodity description end unit Not value
Of quantity t (dolls) cyuatit (illrs) u

No. 6_ _,_ o


9ROUP 9 .-4i1CELL ANEOI$-Cootinued GROUP 9 --MNICEtLAIEOUS-Contlnued
FIREARMS, dM4NItIOP, AN FIREARMS, AMMUNITION, AND
PYROTECNICS-Continued PYROTECINICS-Contlnued
Firearms sed ordnance, etc.-Con. Firearms and ordnance, etc.-Con.
Amultior for small arms. etc.- Ammunition for field, seacoast, and
Cot inud railway artillery, etc.-Con.
.30-caliber: I -pounder gun:
Will Taels ................. round ... ,060 109 136 968311 Areor-piercing shot .... o ..... .......... .
9 8113 Trcers .............. round............ .......... ............. 98313 Seciermor-piercing shot .... no.. .................................
9.115 Armor-piercing 931 igh epose shell s. .. ...... .......................
cartridges ............. round. ......... ........ ............ 937 oc h no..
9"8117 Grenade cartridges ...... round............ ........................948321 Shrapnel ................... no..................................
94?119 Carbine cartridges ..... round.. ..................................25-pounder gun:
9612 1 Incendiary cartridges...round.. ..................................969323 Armor-piercing shot ......no.. ..................................
.309-caliber: 968325 High explosive shells ....no.. ..................................
S88123 Sall .................. round ..-.................... ..........3-inch tank and antitank gun:
968125 Tracers ................. round ..9................ ...... ...... 969327 Armor-piercing shot ......no.. .................................
94127 Armor-piercing 96P329 Chemical shells ............ no ....................................
cartridges ............. round.. .............. ............. 948331 High explosive shells ...... no. ...................................
960128 incendlery cartridges...round............ ........................105-mm. gun:
948130 tells, .32-cibe........round........ ... .........................968333 nigh eoplonv shel. no...................................
948132 Ballo. .38-caliber...round. 265'm5 5,135 9.683 6.c5-inch gun:
968136 Sells, .1b ........-l round............ ........................968335 High explosive shells ...... no ...................................
968139 iegeuine for .22, .32-, .38-, and 6.7-inch gun:
.45-caliber amunition ...... no............ ....................... 969337 High explosive shells ....no.. ..................................
.655-caliher: 6-inch gun:
91PI39 aIls................ round............ ...........-.......... 948341 Armor-piercing shot ....... no .................................
.50-caliher: 968363 Nigh explosive shells ...... no.. .................................
98160 Salle................ round.. ................................. 968365 Shrpnel ................... no ....................................
968161 Tracers ................. round. ................. .......I55-mm. gun:
960163 Armor-piercing 968367 Armor-pserring shot ......no.. ..................................
cartridges ...........r.. ound........ ... ........................ 94t351 High explosive shells ....no.. ..................................
9681 5 Explosive cartridges ... round ................................... 96353 Chemical shells ............ no...................................
91817 Incendiary cartridges ...round. ................................8-inch gun:
.5-nch caliber, navy: 968355 Araor-plercing shells ....no.. ..................................
96161 Be l6l ................... round ............. ................... .96357 High explosive shells ....no.. ..................................
96153 Trscers ................. round......... ..........8- and 9.2-inch gun. railway
94t155 Armor-piercing and seacoast:
cartridges ...........rond...................... .............. 99361 Armor-piercing shells ....no.. ..................... .........
.55-caliber: 12-, 16-. and 16-inch gun:
911111W Armor-piercing 948363 Armor-piercing shot ...... .. .................................
cartridges ............. round............ ..................... 9683651 Arnor-plercing shells ...... no.................................
7.92 W.: 968366 Nigh enplostve shells ...... no....................................
9691G Balls ................... round............ ........ .......75-. iter:
98162 Shotgun shells ..............no. .,722,100 105,166 30,66 9897 High eplosie s hell ........... ............................
91683 Ammunition for small eros, 968368 Chenical shells .......... no .................................
..........round 6,576 163 303 968372 Shrapnel ................... no .................................
968165 Links and belts nor small 105-mn. howitzer:
arms ammunition ............. no .................................. 96373 Armor-piercing shot ..... no.. ................................
968169 Components nor smell ar s 968376 High explosive shells no....................................
amuitio ................................. 5,32 4.371 94P375 Chemical shells ............ no.. .......... ....................
Amunition for Infantry support 6.5-irch howitzer:
weapons and tank guns, under 948376 high explosive shells ...... no.......... .........................
75-s.: 968377 Chemical shells ..........no........ ........ ................
2-inch mortar: 5.5-inch howitzer:
968201 Mortar shells .............. no ................................... 949378 High explosive shells ...... no...................................
968203 Chemical shells ............ no................................... 968381 Chemical shells ............ no.. .................................
60-mo. mortar: 6-inch howitzer:
968205 mortar shells .............. no .................................... 968382 High explosive shells ...... no.. ........................
3-inch mortar: 968393 Chenical shells ............ no..
948207 Mortar shells ............no.................................... .......155-mm. howitzer: I
948211 Chemical shells ..........no.. .................................. 968384 High explosive shells ...... no...
81-mc. mortar: 969385 Chemical shells .......no..
9 8213 Mortar shells .............. no .................................... 7.2-inch howitzer:
968215 Chemical shells ............ no .................................. 968386 High explosive shells. no..................................
37-em. tank end antitank gun: 968387 Chemical shells ..........o.. n .........................
948217 Armor-piercing shells......no ................................... 260-mm. howitzer:
9618219 Seiciroor-uiercing 9693881 Ninh esplosise shells ........ .. ........................
shells .................50 .... ..... ........... 8-, 9.2-, end 12-Inch howitzer:
96,221 Armor-piercing, shots. .... .. .......... 9391 igh explosive she, ........................................
916883 Nigh explosve shells. .. ....... 98392 Field, seacoast, nd

968226 Cantster shells ..........no.......................... ............ .. .... reilway artillery
2-pounder, 0-nw. tank and umnunition, n.e.s ...... ...no..................................
antitank gun: 968396 Components for field.
969225 Armor-piercing shells......no ...................... ............ seacoast, end railwsy
968227 Armor-piercing shot ........ no .. ....... artillery ocrunition .......... .......... ...............
968231 high explosnN shells ...................... ............. .Aunition for ntinireroft
6-Pounder, 57-mm. tank and artillery, ecpt .rechine guns:'
antitank gun: 37-nw. gun:
968233 Armor-piercing shot no................................... 969601 Armor-piercin., shot.....roun..!.......... ....................
968235 High explosive shells ......................................... 98603 Armor-piercing shells ....round..! .......... .......................
948237 Amunition for infantry 96605 High eyplosi e shells.. round ........... ...................
support weapons end tank 60-mm. Bofors gun:
guns, n~e.a..............no.................................... 968607 Armor-piercing shot ..... round. ..............................
948239 Components tr infantry S4811 Nigh explosive shells...round .............. ................
support weapon and tank 3-inch gun:
gun ammunition ................................................... 9613 Armor-piercing shot. no.......... .......................
Amunition for field, seacoast, 90415 High explosive shells ...... no .........................
and railwsy artillery .75-mm, 948417 Shrapnel ................. no..............
and over: 90-Mn. gun:
75-mm. gun: 968621 Armor-piercing shot. ....... n
968301 Armor-piercing 5601. .. ....................396 2 Armor-piercing 56db ::::::... .
968302 Semirmor-piercing 968623 High explosive shells ... ...............
shells................... n.... ........... 3.7-inch gun:
968303 Nigh eplosive shells .......... I 969625 high explosivn shells ...... no .................. ..............
948305 Chemical shells ............ no .. ......6 .7-inch gun:
968307 Shrapnel ................no............ ....................... 060627 High esposive shells no........... .. .........















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Com- Conm oo- mootySn ipp i g i ty Sh I,1n
Sty Commodity description and unit Met Value Commodity description and unit Net Value
co of quantity quantity (dollars) (pounds) o, of quantity quantity (dolars) ( )
(Sched. (Scnedule B) e 8)


GROLP 9.-MISCELLANEOUS-Continued GROUP 9.-MISCELLANEOUS-Continued

FIREARMS, ANHILITION, AND FIREARMS, AMMUNITION, AND
PYROTECHN ICS-Cont i nued PYROTECHNICS-Continued
Firearms and ordnance, etc.-Con. Firearms and ordnance. etc.-Con.
Ammunition for antiaircraft Ammunition, n.e.s.-Continued
artillery, etc.-Continued 948713 Rifle ........................no...................... ..............
105-m. gun: 948715 Machine gun..................no ....................................
948431 High explosive shells......no.. ...... ....................... 948719 Components for grenades.......... .................... .............
948435 Antiaircraft artillery 948721 Antitank mines...............no ............ .......... ....
ammunition, n.e.s.........o.................................... 948723 Components for antitank mines.... .......... .......................
94889 Components for antiaircraft Aircraft bombs, and parts:
artillery ammunition ................................ 948725 20- and 23-pound
Aircraft gun ammunition, except ........ .". framentation...........so ........ ....... ...........
A machine gun: 948727 30-pound fragmentation and
20-ma. Hispan Suiza n: chemical...............no..................................
2-mm. ispano Suiza non: d
948501 Balls...................round. 57,20 38,230 44,838 948731 40-pond fragmentation..... no...................................
948503 Tracers............. round.. ................................. 948732 100-pound chemical........no .......... ....................
948505 Armor-piercing shells ...round.. 10,140 7,816 7,913 948734 100-pound general purpose
948507 High explosive shells ...round ................................... and fragmentation ....... o.. .................................
948509 Incendiary ............round.. .......... ...................... 948735 250- and 300-pound general
94851109 Incendiaryrt shells............. round............ .......... ............. purpose..................... .............................
9 8511 Inert shells............ round .......... .......... .. . ... 9 8737 500- nd 600-pound ge ra
3 7 m m a i r c r a f t .un : . 5 0 0 e n d 0 0 p ou. p d
948513 Armor-piercing shells. .. ................. .......... purpose ............... o ... ...... ..............
948915 High explosive shells...round .. .............. ........... 948739 1.000- to 1,900-pound, mclv94517 a n inun 94874 sive, general purpose ..... ... ...........................
9q57 Aircraft gun ammunition, ..............O0poudf nlv
n.e.s...................round.. ............. ........ ............. 94874 e2,000- to 3,90-oud incl....no-..
948519 Components for aircraft gun sie, general 25rpose..... ................................
ammu nation ............................... 650 190 948744 4,000-pound and oner,
0 ammunition, xcept sall general pur pose........no. ... ............. .............
arms ammunition: Incendiary:
arsa Rntongu: ...... I .-.u...............o
20-am. Oeurlikn gu: 94748 4-pound .................. no ........ ............ ...........
948601 Tracers ................. round. 179,438 179,438 122,605 948749 Other ................. no ................. ...............
948603 High explosive shells..round. 445,291 445,291 305,808 948752 32-pond depth bombs......o ................... ..............
948605 Anti aircraft shells...round.. .......... ....................... 948753 50-pound depth bnmbs......no. .......... ......... ..............
12-pounder 0-ogun: 948754 250-P found aessiaror948607 igh m plosien shells .. .rund................................... piercing bombs.............. ...... .......... ..............
40-mm. Bofors gun: 948755 500-pound semiarmer948609 High explosive shells...round. 3,488 20,000 23,44 piercing bombs..........no.. .......... .......................
948611 Antiaircraft shells..... round ........... ..................... 9875... 1,000-pound emiarnr- s............
I.I-inch gun: piercing ombs..........no........... .......................
948613 Antiaircraft shells.....round.. ................................. 948757 1,600-pound armor-piercing
3-pounder gun: bombs ..................a.............. ......................
948615 Common shells ..............no .................................. 94875 Aircraft bde s, n.e.s.s ..o ... ..... .. ...................
32-pounder gun: 948759 Parts and accessories for
-9487 o n haaircraft bombs.............. .... ..... .......... ..............
948617 Cmn shell .............. no.. 195 6.200 18,290 and 5poer .......... ..
3-inch 23-caliber gun: 948761 Antisubmarine bombs. no............... 2..23. 1
948621 Antiaircraft shells ........ no.. .......... .......... .............. 948765 Subarse mines.............. .. ..............
9489623 Common shells .............. no ...................... 9............ 9 87689 Submarine mine parts and
9148625 Illuminating shells......no ....... ... .... ........... equipment ...................... ...............
948627 Shrapnel at ............ no .......... .......... .. edoe.................... P T E. no ...
9487 3-inch 50-caliber gun: ........no ............ 948779 Parts and accessories for
-inch631 Armor-capiering shells ...... no .. .................... torpedoes ........................................... ..........
948631 Antiaircraft shells ......... no . .................... ........... 948781 Oepth charges (Y-gun
948635 Common shells ..............no ........................... ....... nuntion) ..............no .......... .......... ..............
948636 Illuminating shells ........ no ....................... ............... 948789 Components for depth heroes ......................................
948638 -incht51-casiells9noegpi.padhr.................790791 Propelling charges fo5n r ns.
9486637 Shrapnel .................no.. .......... ....................... 95270 Ps in ch es .. Ru0n5s1
4-inch British tyne gun: 4.5-inch to 1-Inch,
94861 Illuminlatling shells no 920 15300 2,08 and 2-poder........no. ........... .......... Pot hn.......... ...........
4-inch 50-caliber gun: Pyr techan c:
948643 Commo shells ..e ........no.. ........... ............... 949750 Commercial and display ........................ 2.13 3,65
lunsatin hell ........ n ...................... .....I 949793 Plme thr, Ars.................. .......... ....................
948647 S hrapnel ................... no ...................... .. ... 9549795 Flares, aircraft................. .. 02 2.23 1014
hanegn............. 94796 Flares, airport ............... no. 7 1 25
117-1nch gun:
948651 Illuminating shells ........ no.. 6,590 131,800 362,450 949798 Other ....................................... 36.190 14.42
S-Inch 25-calibher gun:601$IPSPITRSA#
9489653 Armor-piercing shells......no ........... .....................9..... Od1ER, MAPS, PICTURES. ANreD
94865 Antiaircraft shells.. ...no .......... ..................6..... 0 L OER P ri ned a 948667 Illuminasting hell s no ....... no ............. ..... .... .......... Books and pamphlet :
S-inch 38-ca Ie r gun: 951000 Bound educational textbooks ................. ,i88 5
948661 Antiaircraft shella....... ..... ....... ....... ............... ..... 1200 Other bound books .. ......... ......... 877.009 1.0.063
948693 Common shells ............. no.......................... 9.2 G209 95600 Inbound books in sets .................... 3.7812 79,731
948665 Illuminating shells ........ no ...................... ............. 951600 Catalogs and pamhlets ............. ... 1H
9 -inch SI-caliber gun: 992200 Geographic maps and charts 7........... . ,781666
948666 Common shells ..............no..................... ............. 952300 1uoc in boos and sheets ......xcp.......... 4078 51717
948667 Illminatelng shells no............ .t.....t.........t ........3 Phtogrphs and bloeprints:
n-inch g4-caliber gun: 955001 Plans nd specifications for
948671 Antiaircraft shells ........no .......... .......... ......... ...... a lrcreft .......................... .......... 2.613 650
6-inch 47-caliber, h-inch 955098 Photographs and blse
65-caliber. 12-inch S- prints, o.e........................... .37i162 17.,7
caliber, 16-inch 45-cslibsr 955350 Res' paPers, current ............................. 79,469 720,0 4
and IN-Inch S0-calber gun: 95550D Periodicals.................... 7,4.293 845,974 3,222,333
948673 Armor-plercing shelIs. 0.. ............................... .96000 Calandams, printed or unprinted ...... ........... 53.261 SO.93
948675 Antiaircraft shells .. .....no.. ......... ................ ....... 956300 Lithographlically printed matter ............... 297,476 357,179
949677 Navl gun ammunition, n.e.s, no. ................................... 6500 Playing curd ...............c. Z51,870 44,376 75,231
948679 Components for naval gun 158901 Pla, an pecifiations IF
mmunition....................... ....... ....... 0 95 900 a t pr intd........................ ,288 2
Ammunition, n.ea.: 9r Pprinted ................ 88
941701 Fuss for guns ............... no., I,92 6,200 4,987 986998 Prlnted mtter, n.e.. .............. 483,439 628,731
948702 Primers for gune ...........o 726,000 1,774 1.139 NISCELLAI OtRS COMM4OOITIES, 0.E.3.
940704 Componenta for fuses and
primers ...................................... .... .............. 957000 Clock*, electric, eacept
Grenade, and parts: parta,.......................... no. 4231 5,431 6.265
Hand grenade: Cloth., n. ex. ,,macept electric:
94 t70 Fragmentation ............ no.....................................897100I-day larm clock............no, 61 89.1|g
948706 0emlltlon ............... no ................................. .997200 Manttel. novelty, and mall
468708 Antitank .............. no ................................... cliCh ........................ no. 6 271 23%
94B709 Incendiary.............no.. ............ .......... . 57900 3ther clocks end parts .............. .......... .45 4.507















UNITED STATES EXPORTS OF DOMESTIC MERCHANDISE

OCTOBR 1945

Co. Co.-)
%ad- adiI. i P S i p si n g I t R ~9 i o n
t of quantity quantit (dollars) o of quantity quantity (dollr)
(apq* (Seno.


GROUP S.-NISELLAREOLS -Continued GROUP 9. --MSCELLANEO1S-Continued

MISCELLANEOUS COMMODITIES, MISCELLANIEOVS COM0ODITIES,
N.E.S.-Contrined N.E.S. Continued
Watch: 981900 Manufacturers of cellulose
988000 Without jewels..............no 924 978 137 acetate, n.e.n................... .......... ..85,285 71,058
958100 With Jewels.................no.. 5,287 94.092 1,672 982000 Manufacturers of all compounds
98800 Parts. except jewel bearings....... .......... 101099 3,794 of Cellulose, except cellulose
99105 Morine chronomaters............no. 2 500 38 acetate, n.e.s.. .. 61.953 45,433
959198 lTe-rCcording devices and parts..... .......... 38,427 30,233 982100 Sponges, natural or synthetic,
981000 Paintings, etchings, engravings, except rubber................................. 16.599 2,885
tstuaryand antiques............... ......... 72,6S3 30,004 982200 Toothbrushes.................do.. 231,963 274,85 117,912
Jomelry and other personal 982400 Teilet brushes, except
ornaments: toothbrushes...................doz. 8,21e 40,111 23,601
962000 Solid gold or platinum............. .......... 216,019 1,180 982501 Paint brushes...................doz. 13,179 53,103 23,448
Other metals, silver. golo filled. 982610 household crushes.............do.. 3,231 9.551 19.089
rolled-gold-plate, and sme metal: 9F2691 Other brushes...................do.. 23,662 40,734 52.578
962100 Meen's jewelry.................... .......... 78,163 4,661 982700 Combs, except wholly of
962300 men's jewelry.................. .......... 212,626 10,327 rubber........................no.. 5,500,773 242,870 148Is109
962600 Other articles.................. .......... 82,533 14,453 Pipes and smokers' articles:
All materials, except metal: 982800 Tobacco pipes (all
962700 lfen's jewelry.................. ............. 4.836 527 materials)................doz.. 20,243 127,814 26,620
962800 women's Jeelry................. .......... 158,030 19,275 982900 Other smokers' articles,
962900 Other articles................... .......... 170,691 44,290 except pocket and
868600 Jewelry findings, and parts .................. 106,839 13,620 electric lighters................. .......... 51,249 54,537
968000 Bottle and container closures, 983000 Plates and cuts, electrotype,
n.e. .. .. ross. 740,281 186,186 835,588 stereotype, nelftone, litho968501 Thermostatic bottles, carafes, graphic, or engraved............Ib.. 12,688 41,449 15,702
jars, jogs, and otner 983100 Umbrellas and parasols...........no., 15,265 53.251 15,835
thermostatic containers. 3.500 5,418 8,386 983200 Candiles.........................lb.. 94,174 25,418 113,092
968509 Parts of thermostatic containers..... ........... 9,263 26,424 984005 Beads and Dead articles........... ............ 74,462 9,468
Composition roofing: 984098 Notions, cheap novelties, and
969300 Asphalt roof ing............aquare. 106,433 128,438 4,902,676 specialties, n.e.s................... .......... 499,467 416,466
969600 Asbestos roofing...........square. 4,697 35,167 1,036,933 household and commercial
969900 Other roofing..............square. 8,993 13,072 585,99 refrigerators, except
Buttons and parts: electric:
97100 Buttons, cellulose compounos, 984100 Mechanical.......I............no.. 1 2.886 10,426
galalith, and other 984200 Ice, except mechanical.......no.. 636 13,015 60,766
compounds...............gross, 401,838 227,804 116.768 984600 Sode-foiuntain equipment and
971250 Pearl or smell...........groas. 3,365 6,930 2,4701 bar supplies........................ .......... 12,305 18,208
971290 Other materials...........gross. 33.570 21,637 23,013 984900 Fishing tackle and equipment
971300 Button parts, Dacks, blanks, suitable only for commercial
or Wolds...................gross. 54,044 18,196 23,980 fishing........................................ 24,150 29,382
Lamps and illuminating devices., 985300 shoe findings. except leather
except electric: and rubber....................... ............ 134,532 400,757
979100 incandescent santles..........,no. 14,894 15,527 12,502 987100 Coin-operated commodity vending
979200 Lanteras, wick................. 88,582 62,824 214,747 machines........................no.. 168 2,546 3,772
979300 Deaoline pressure lamps, 987200 Other coin-operated machines,
lanterns, and parts............. .......... 9,068 6,863 except musical................. no. 204 10,244 30,587
979400 Otner Ieaps, except electric...no. 24.440 31,132 50,694 990000 household and personal effects....... .......... 1,395,820 2,098,275
979900 Other lighting devices and All commodities exported for
part., n.e.s., except glass...... .......... 21,190 33,017 relief or charity:
980000 *atcnes............................. .......... 87,P04 483,603 999810 Food........... .050.034 14,803,427
0F0700 Fire-fighting equipment, except 99820 Clothing. ..** 8,079,368 25,606,870
automotive fire engines............ .......... 122,524 25,938 999830 Blankets and Deddings............. .......... 13,368 26,021
manufactures of synthetic goes 999840 Drugs and biological
and resin*: supplies....................... .......... 689,412 77-,017
Molded products: 999850 Surgical, sanitary and
981201 Phenol-toreloehyde, hospital supplies and
fabricated..................lb4 18,649 23,721 22,413 equipment..................... .......... 390,001 729,486
981203 Methyl eethacrylate. 999860 Ambulances and other motor
fabricated.................l1b., 9.864 17,425 11,310 equipment................................... 44,713 92,184
981205 Nylon........................lb. .......... .......... ............. 999890 Other............................. ..........66.232 947,800
981207 Urea-tormaldenyde, 999910 General merchandise valued at
faDricated..................13.. 21,89 13,538 24,681 $10 or less................... .......... 399,056 9.384,588
991298 Other synthetic gues and This commodity number should
resins...................lbI.. 29,218 24,249 29,631 be applied to:
Otter synthetic resin products: (a) All single items of
981301 Phetiol-forcalehyce products, Schedule 8 commodities
taoricated, except Molded...lb.. 2,9"3 3,079 3,568 valued at $10 or less.
981303 Isethyl metbacrylate products, (b) All totals of Schedule
fabricated, except molded...)h.. 20,909 23,118 24,737 8 commodities, single
981305 Nylon products, except items of which are valued
yarn and textiles......... b.. l64 3,810 756 at $10 or less.
981307 Urea-formaloenyee products, 999950 Miscellaneous military
fabricateo, except molded... In.. 662 549 795 and naval equipment,
981398 Other synthetic resin unclassified...................**** a .... 8,734 144,112
products.................a..o 49,940 80,124 55,665 969990 All articles, n.e.s.................. .......... 180,276 4,605,788





































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UNITED STATES EXPORTS OF FOREIGN MERCHANDISE

OCTOR 1945

C01- Conmod- modCommodity description and unit Net Value Shipping ity Cmdity description and unit Met Vale Shipping
No. of quantity quantity (dollars) oe of quantity quantity (dollars) a o
(Sched. (Sched.
ale 8) ae 8) ___________________ ______TOTAL UNITED STATES EXPORTS OF GROUP 0.-ANIMALS AND ANIMAL POD1OMESTIC AND FOREIGN MERCHANDISE.... .......... 455.264.20516.009,463.937 UCTS, INEDIBLE-Continued

TOTAL UNITED STATES EXPORTS OF 071800- askrat........................ 27 as
FOREIil MERCHANDISE................. .......... 14,753,167 92,597,085 071900
072901 Coney, rabbit, and bare....no ....................................
GRO.JP OD.-AuIMALS 4ND A4IMAL 072903 Ermine aned weael .............no.. .......... ........................
PRODUCTS, EDILE......................... 245.914 1.778,351 07205 itch, and rolink .......... no...................................
001000 Animals, edible...................... .......... .......... ............. 072907 Squirrel .. d...... ........... . .......... .......... ..............
001900 edbe072908 Lamb, kid, sheep, and goat
skin furs.....................no.. .................................
002000 Beef and veal, fresh or frozen...lb., 518,210 64,885 845,905
003600 Reef, canned...................b 452,075 57,585 495,095 071100,
002100* 072400 Other..........................n o.. 707,147 1.006.673 203,842
003500. Other meats......................lb.. 41,718 19,115 53,907 072998
003700.
004500 Furs, dressed or dyed.........no.. 857 5,006 250
004600 Sansage casings..................Ib.. 13,983 20,186 15,329 075300.
004900 075900 For manufactures..................... .......... 14.gs 772

00500 Animal oils and fats, edible.. lb... .......... .......... ..............080905 Spe and whale oil...............................................
005900 000 pr n hl i %... -l ...... ............
085700 Tallow, inedible................lb.. 71,836 5,898 7.6386
006000 Milk and cream, fresh and
sterilized.....................gal. ........... .......... ....I..........0090M
00610C Milk and cream, condensed and 080998 Animal oils, fats, and greases,
006200 evaporated...................lb. 8,880 799 11,285 084900, inedible, A.e.s...............lb.. 789,105 56,521 8".,257
085ROS
00630 Milk, dried...................lb.. ......... .......... ............. 085898
006400
09000
006550 Sutter..........................lb.. .......... .......... ............. 090900 Live animals, inedible........................ a8,60 2,412
00679 C093500 Aristles........................b 47,22 295,056 511U0
006198 Cheese..........................lb.. ......... .......... ............ 092300

0068 Infants' food, malted milk, etc..Ib.. ..................... .............0 0 Animal products, inedible, n.e.s..... ..............963 15,88
099998
Fish and fish products:
Salted, pickled, or dry-cured: GROUP I.-VEGETABLE FOOD
007800 Cod, haddock, hake. pollock, PRODUCTS AND BEVERAGES.......... .......... 1.763.203 40,74,02
cask......................lb................................... 105700 Rice, cleaned.................lb. ......... .......... .............
007500 107100 wheat..........................be...................................
007700 Other........................lb.. 14,828 5,968 16,230 1 Wheat flor..................ct 10,121 39,595 1,661,125
0079W 107400

008400-loll"
008898 Fish, canned...................lb.. 41,52S 20,875 55,813 1.35500

007000. 105800
00700 Fresh or frozen................lb.. 248,372 39,302 269,824 1q7 Grains and preparations, Ae.s................. 3.535 80,S20
009003
009007 109900
009098 either fish and fish Drad-ucts, 11010
n.e.s .................... b.. 3.939 4.712 6,061 .1990 Fodders and feeds.............ton.. .................................

0 0Eqgs and egg products................ .......... .......... .............. 1 eams, dry, ripe...............lb 23,200 907 26,320

009400 tent extracts..................b. ................................... 1 20213

009500 Edible animal products, n.e.s....... ......... 3.487 5,902 200
29 20 Vegetables, fresh or frozen.......... 100 96 ISD

GROUP 0.-AlINALS All MiMAL
PRODUCTS, IIIEDIBLE............. .......... 1,7683,579 1.813.241 100 Vegetables, canned...............b 1,818 2,468 21,582
020101Cattle hides................... lb 491,474 89,332 495,469
020104 h. 21.382 .......... ............. 1258
02501 Kip and calf nhinn............1b. .................................... 25998 Vegetables and Preparations. m.e.o.............. .,4 22,7S1
020704 Kp a. .......... ......... ............. 130100 Bananes.......................lb. 1.864,960 96,227 1.859.250
023001 Ib. 563 120 66S 130700 Pinesotles, fresh.............box. 755 5,379 58,875
023008 Sheep and lamb skins...........lb. 5 ..... 0. .. 55.... 8D0
0200 PC. 12S........... ...............1302O
130500
02501 k f b. 335 3,002 360 g3g9 Frvits and Preparations, n.e.s h .. lb. 101,152 17,034 196,66S
025015 d kid nk*n ............\pc. 2,520 ... ............. 135038
025003 Hides and skins, n.e.s...........Ib .................................. 131903 Almonds, sweet................lb. 12.535 7,119 13.13
025098 137905 4radil or creas..................lb. .......... .......... ............
030000. 137907 Filberts.........................lb. 39,393 16,803 40v030
015SO Upper leather........................ 1,063 1.124 itS 1374
03380 137710 Ruts and oresarations, ediblen.e.s. 34.565 24,601 43,276
033950 love and garment leather. sq.ft........... .......... ............. 137995
03210(, 143100 Peanot oil. edible..............lb ........... .......... ............
033210 141901 OlIve nl, edible................lb. .......... .......... .,,.........
0353@ Leither. n.e.n......................... .......... 2,068 5.4183 920
035900- 14200
035900 13000
0600. Mambooln..4..11, ,4,0 5.S3 211.7
0601o0 Leather man,,fctures............... .......... .......... .............. 170 Edible vegetable nll, n.e.s. lb 2.740,502 293,513 27140,972
14490
F.rs, undressed: 14199
01 7160................................n 49,708 254,473 33,131 150100 Cocoa bean...................lb 628,731 58.895 63,810


















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ca... Co.n- modIty CO.sonsty description and unit Met value Shping It7 Commodity description and unit Not Value
comeo quan quantity dollars) (pA t cod of quantity quantity (dollars) (pounds)
(Schso. (ScAed.
ale 8) *** 8) _____G011iP I.- YEGTAqLE FOOD PRO GROUP 2.-EGETABLE PRODUCTS, IIIUCTS 4ND RtEVERaES -Cotiied EDIBLE. EXCEPT FIBERS Al1o WOODContinued
S0200 Cocoa and chocolate..l...........b... .................... 240100 Alfalfa.......................... ....... ......................
150300

150500 'ea. ... ...b.. 33,784 25,365 45,102 240200- Clover.......................lb.............................
24.0400
151100-Coffee.......................lb.. 2,115,328 305,931 2,ISS,763 240600
S5200 241990 Field and grass seeds, n.e.ss ..... ......... ..............
151300 Table beverage materials. n.e.s..Ih.. l50 130 870
154901 CaesiCa.....................b. ............ .......... 00 Flower and vegetable seeds......... 3, 3,477 10,105
154902 CInnamon.....................lb 0.187 37,111 31,51 247500
154903 Cassia............ .........lb........... .......... ............. 253500154905 Cloves. anground.................l., $4,032 11,37S 55 056 259998 Nursery and greenhouse stock................... 99 158
154907 Nutneg, .ingron'd............... b ,569 774 1,705
154911 Pepper, ungro.,nd................lb.. 13,323 1,525 13,281 261100 Cigar leaf....................lb.. .......... ......................
154915 Vailla beans.................lb 2.37t 16,911 2,831 261300 Perique leaf tobacco.............lb.. .................................
154998 Spices.......................lb.. 30,4qn 21,413 97,237
181910 Sugar..........................lb.. .......... .......... ..............26011
260000
18290 Other related products... ... lb.. 2,473,313 331,190 28,413,182 2 O150 Other tobacco and manufactures....... .......... 28.792 30,099
14706 262950
170200-alatt li ..t ..........2.............. 299905 Vegetable tallow and wax.........lb.. 30,713 19,501 31,537
170400 o .. .299993 Vegetable ivory and tagua nuts...1b.. 92,575 10,255 93,295
171600 Whisky....................of'a.1 15,009 120,232 171,403 28110
1711100, Other distilled liq-ars ..pf.gal 25.340 103,553 1139,153 2951N0
t7h900 29991 Inedible vegetable products, n.e.s... .......... 976 1,076
299995.
173000 Wines.........................gal 3,254 15,478 05,570 299998
170100,
GROUP 3.-TEXTILE FIBERS Allo
16100 Severaces and fruit juices, n.e.s.... 4,337 20,328 55.900 MANUFACTURES................... .......... 6,039,311 20,340,758
178000 _300005GROUP 2.-VEGETABLE PRODUCTS. 2000 Cotton unmanafactured............lb.. 205.212 20,793 213,597
INEDIBLE, EXCEPT FIBERS AMD
NOD............................ .......... 673.363 1,967,989 300600C
3030Cotton semimns.factures ....lb.. 35,465 3.446 35,525
20010 Robber cr.,de.....................lb.. 1.307.793 396,317 1,338.297
200600 Cotton eanifactures:
Cotton, Cloth:
200901- Synthetic, reclaimed, avd scrap 302000 Cotnlth
201200 rubber ......................lb.. .................................. 0 U0bleached...............qd.. 129,701 34,300 3.890
201400,Rubber manufactures................. .......... 28,270 28,126 30400 lecd, dyed etc. g.d....
209990 307900 llahd de t ... qy ...... ..... .....
211 Naal stores....................lb.. .......... .......... ...........Other cotton fabric....
211600 308950 Otecotnfbis........._.. .............
2800 Chicle, crude or advanced. lb.. 32:851 28,800 33.855 309000
218600 Shellac......................lb. 33,925 13,426 34,851 312900 Nearing apparel.................... .......... 33,172 33,142
212500, 314000
218905 ms and resins, n.e............lb., 224,579 40,385 230.739 31600 Narrow fabrics, non-elastic........ .......... 206 185
218998
31 7100
220100. Drgs, herbs. leaves, and roots, House furnishings.................. .......... 199 1,212
220988 crude...................I......lb. 17,85) 5,753 19,044
222030 Copra.......... lb................... ... ..............3016
221000 301900 Cotton manufactures............... .......... 12,723 39,149
222020, Other ol seeds................b................................ 9
222098
Vegetable fibers, unaanufactired:
Eapressed oils end Fats, inedible: 320507 lot le or T anoco. ..........lI.tnv.. 81 19,927 1611,0412
223004 Coconat ail..................lIb.... ....I.............................320515 Nanila or aboca ............l.tan.. .......... ........................
224801. Fatty acids and vegetable soan 320519 Sisal or henoequen..........I.ton.. 2,547 486,590 6,722,421
224898 stock........................lb................ .................. 320501
224901 Caster oil, commeriall..........b.. ..............320505,
221906 Rapeseed and oiticica oil, 320509, 0ther *5man5fnctured fibers....ton.. 260 121434 583,40n
inedible......................lb. 19,730 4,840 22,063 320513.
224940 TYng oil.......................lb. 1,990 827 2,241 320521224912 Soabean oil, crade...........lb.... ..... ... .......... ....320598
224925 Pale and pale kernel oil. .b 10,600 4,050 40'.00 322400 Jute bags........................lb.. 166,115 20.192 168,671
22310- 322401 Ite bags....................... no. 88,523 ..
223200 322905 late burlaos.....................b.............................
224902- 321100
224904, Other expressed oils and fats..1b.......... ....... ........ 322998 Other jate manufactureo..........lb.. 33 25 35
224915,
224950, 339916 Fla fabrics, ..................Is, 1,711 10,574 1,902
224998
339935,0ther flash, henp, and ranie
Essential or distilled oils: 339988 manufactures, n.e.s................................................
227100 Citras oils....................Ib. 1,447 9,184 2,033
341100- Cordage, except of cotton
226800 341998 or 1,e.......................)b.. .......... 210,2$3 868,173
226900 Other essential or distilled
227903 oils......................lb. 38,118 74,854 49,090 349500- Vegetable fiber, straw, or
227998 349998 grass mantifact,res, n.e.s.................................
228000 Blended, como nded or mixed 360903 Carpet wool...................lb...........................
perfime-flavor oils.............lb. 1711 3,507 280 360905 Clothire wool....................lb.. 7.196,847 2,576,305 7.399,8
260901 Cobng 0o. ...,..........lb. 4,A94,068 2,302,072 4.709,083
233905 Quebracho extract................lb... ....*.. *.*.**... *.. *.*.*****.360911 air., Angora. cashmere, nipaca,
231100 Dyeing and tanning etc.........................lb...................................
233108 extracts, n.esa.... -........... lb. 400 110 1110 362200
e342600s es .. .0Wool rags, noils, and waste......lb. 108,188 50,007 109,654

















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Coo.- Commod- modCommodity description and unit Net Value S n t Commodity description and anit Ret ValeS Sheipg
o. of quantity quantity (dollars) pounds ) of quantity quantity (dollars)
(SChed. (Soneddo 8) ole B)

GROUP 3.-TEXTILE FIBERS AND GROUP 5.-OMMETALLIC
MANUFACTURES-Continued MINERMS-Continued
362800 Wool tops........................lb. 100,170 53,543 105,080 502700 Kerosere........................bbl.. 2,16 5,333 588.338
363300 Wool varns....................lb.. .................... ............. 503000 Gas oil and distillate fuel
36420 oil............................bbl.. 2,924 S.649 i59rso?
364900 Wool fabries.....................lb.. .......... .......... ............. 503100 Residual fuel oils..............bbl.. ....................... ..........
36200 Carpet and rugs...............sq.yd.. 708 10,729 6,339 50113501200,
367500.510,Ohrptoemoout............. 6 4
358950 Wearing apparel...................... .......... 13 23 501900 Other ntroleum oroducts........................ .6 40

366300- 505900
366601, 9ther wool or mohair manufactures.... .......... 24,000 58,0100 510100a
368998 512700 Marble, stone, and manufactures...... .......... .......... ..............
369050- 1i n aifcue ......l. 0 5 5 140
369900 qa ond marnufoctures............ 200 655 250 Ce6e0 t aod manufactnres.........................................


370 0 Silk and manufactures................ .......... 2,288 74 517100 Limo............................bbl .......... .......... ..............
32 9200

3300 yarns, thread, and filments.....lb.. 4,200 5S7 4,379 523098 Sass........................................ 50 3
384500. Other rayon and synthetic textile 523900 Unfilled glass containers............ .......... 16,896 211t,00
385900 manufactures.................................. 4,222 1,797
390100 Coated or impregnated Other glassware...................... .......... 3,8 12.868
391700 fabrics......................sq.yd.. 733 77 145
530300
3911 sat braids and materials.........yd.. 666,592 7,134 2,701 537998 Clay and products.................... .......... 3,020 1F13
390050
9200 ts and hat bodies............no 18,737 17,09 25,075 509 Abrasives, natural................... .......... 9,741 ..............
395800
391800 541900 Abrasives. artificial............... .......... .......... ............
392800, Other textile nanufactuares........... .............19,330 23,325__3900 Asbestos and manufactures........................ 59 670

GROUP 6.-WOOD AND PAPER................... 141,271 2,505,856 547000 Asphalt and bit-men and
547100 manufactures..................... .......... .......... .............
H0010 Hardwood logs...............M bd.ft. 20 10,109 137,361 547201 Graf lte and carbon or graf ite
600998 548098 products......................... .......... 1,566 110,121

401200 Softwood logs...............N bd.ft. .......... .......... .............. ica and manufactures..........l.b6. 20,6 8,572 23,526
401900 ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~551300 klsadmnfcue ......l. 2,14 8S22.1

40600 other unmonufactured ood............... .......... 172 32,052 595001
3900 O ua d .759008 quartz crystals..................... .......... .......... ..............
601000608500 Sawed timber....,...........N bd.ft. 66 8,204 261,580 5483
410000 Rnards, planks, and 57160D Other nonmetallic mineral
413900 scantlings.................N bd.ft. 55 13,822 174,121 588000, Products, except precious.......... .......... 1,358 29,617
595010
4) 1600.
60 Other sawmill prodocts......N bd.ft. ..................................596098
599005 Diamonds, industrial..........carat.. .......... .......... ............
42011l~ 599098 Ither precious. synthetic, nd
420950 Cooperage........................... .......... 1,625 37,750t io sn icd
420950 Imitation stones, indeuding arls........................ ............. 80,585 297
29900Other wood anufacturs....................... 35,767 765,72 GROUP 6-METALS MD tMNUFACTURES,
EXCEPT MACHINERY MOD VERICLES. .......... 332,597 8,793.194
63000 Cork and manufactures............ 11,379 2,661 11.979 600100 1ron ore......................l.ton. .......... .......... ............

460100 Sulf ite wood plo, 100704 uig iron and scrap............l.ton.. ........ .......... ..............
460200 bleached....................s.t. .......... .......... ............. 601500 o
460400 Sulfite wood pulp, 601605 Ingots, bars, Plates, etc............. 618,021 36.643 624,98
unbleached.....................s.t. .......... .......... ............. 604200
660000, 6006 Other steel mill products, except
460600 Other paper stock..............lb. ........... .......... ............. 609900 castings and forglns................5,91 1,55% 6,ta2
469998 61 Coatings and forgings............lb. 3.101 so 3.101
471200 Newprint Paper...................lb. 397,878 16,430 409,481 610800
471400 Book paper, uncoated.............lb. 555,269 35.019 555.269 61 Ctery and parts................... 37,10) 43,270 16.225
672300 Wrapping sper................lb. 6.197 7,45S 89.763 61530 T

617898.. "l ............................... .......... 923 Is
472000
472100 rltdpout... 4.2 10066 MO0
7250 Other aer and related products.... 65,21 10,026 50,758 6 0 rdware............................ .......... 179 181
479900 61890 Sewing and other "edles..N. .......... 3.41t 515

GROUP 5.-IONNETALLIC MINERALS .............. 907.578 9,729.035 319000
600100 Coal. anthracite .............l.to'.. .......... .........................6:9 100
500200 Co lenh e..............ten.. .......... ....... .......... 619200 Sorocket and other chains........i. .......... .......... ..............
500200 Cool. bit.nous...,...........ton.........................
500300 Coal and coke briquets and 6205 etl drums and cnntners,.......... ........... .653 16,60
500400 coke........................ton.................................. 121O0
669
I10g Aviation motor fuels............bl 7563 23,786 1,905,888 te ns82
so69 al~ 3151 Oher iron ad steel mranufactores........... .,391 6,862
50:32 620......
so 788 Other motor fuels and gasoline...... .......... 42,001 3,966,099 9

















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toemadi ty gaerele Ptognd on It met tAlo Itil usitcd Comdi osc p fn
ofquntt (Pounds) No, (.0t1t qi(flit (otlar



GOvtP 6.-MLIALS ANI MNUNFACTURES, 1119P~ 7.44C.N6Cliy Awl
EtOOPIT "AChINERO AND VEHICLES- 8EHIlCLES--Cot, I'd
C.Ant awe
62209 Ferotonnten................l.bII.. ................................. W115595,dnet................2;20 1,8

62 1303 79500022095 fOther I--" lroaon. ..........lIb .. .... ...................... 795500,
622098 795700. Ithe, vehicvles and Parts, except
62799500, mirlitary ............................ .......... 240,278 325,353
630928 Aiineadietre. .....................,i52 5,245 7919

6639980 Cooee *ad xian"ifctiinns................ ...... ...O0 2,366 719601- Ornance comibt vehicles end
6498793985 Parts .......... ................ .............2,055 9,055
S44100. = = 7
697958 grass and bronze man'ifactues ........ .. ..........3,809 92,325 GROUP 6.-CHE.lCL. AND RELATED PRODUCTS ....._............. .........38.C99 2,314,M2
6607M Lead end na~itct..rnn...............................-...............805901.
615 slt9051 Coloin, done, and stxlmnn....lb.. 276 977 344
669501.
d59,8 Michiel and mnufeaactuerns............. ..............12 3 800500
802000, Ohr'e
656602~~~~Ote cn n iniotre................2,9t7,3 01 ndicts ................... ......
656566 86990

95 Z6 inc nnd nanoifectire%........................9,899l 110152 5 tihmnil, edcnnten lb. 2,570 399 2,905
8SEE0M 52 519A Vi ,nien ad vitolren P ~ ~ l 36 9t e9s
603S00 leicksitve, en merviry.....lb_ 63.509 61,070 71,099 812000-R ngcs...................132
69520 Clirnnlis..................l.b .............. .......... ...........0912300 Iilac.....................132
663525 Cobalt................. .......lb ............ ......... .............
812403 Drigistsnnnoieonittiry
WOO00 812798 preparations ................ ...... .............18,839 P.551
063000.
663 Other nonferrous ores, mietals and 61990D
664515 alloys except Precitous.........................137,982 7,852.007 811098 Proprietary nndiinal eneonatinens............5,386 11,271
69530 P I1100
663190 n 113201 ilter medicinal and etiarniceilical
692000 Precious eas1 and plated nore, 81350~ oreoe'lins .............. ..................1.95 M1
093700 except jewelry and gold end 0192001
silver oen a, and con.......... l 29 5 8010

GRUP7 0792NRYAN 82990 Chemical specialties ..... -........ 947.967 1.156.203
V HCi ............. .... 5872 710P4 89 30200 aoec cid ................l111 29.210 17,695 25.815

70000 geeaos cesre.adDrs.....SJl71830930 Arseniouis oxide ...............lb ....................... ..........
701200 8eeaoe ceere.adDr,..........9 0 3000
01 030100,
706900 Sigeel and conmminicatian devices....... ...... ...30 693 8 3130 7
70 8930970, ltllen acid, end anhydrides b.._...............................
7010 830192707590. Other electrical machinery and 830990
709200 appaeratus........ .................... ......... 2,911 1,82S P8301 Iodine, crtide and reniiblia nd l..... .. ............ .... .........

711100 Ponaer-qenerating machinery, except 839100
719900 electrical and a-itanmotive .......... ...........231 32 0349964 Other indistrial chieicals.,......... .... .........3,999 122.751
720100- Construction and cneying 83989Cj
729 00 nachinery................................ ,162 11,09 86 00100730300. 8iiq4eltd4ein alnr...........1 .1 9210 Pigments, Paints, and varnisheso..._...............7.029. 9;.270
736900 6 nnwl n upn ahnr. 1 1 50919 Sodlium nitrate ................l. 350,000 21.210 190.000

74000!5. Metal-worlsing machinery ....11.....................3,212 18,068 850500O
74851208090, Other nitroeeois fertlizer
750000. tittlng macihinery end Parts ............ ....13 54 850925- materials ................ .................. .......................
750900 8519000
7 505M Other textile sewing and shoe 6631011btsi etlzrmtras.. I ...... ......._....
767500 machinery-...............................2,205 315 853187 ntni etlorntnes..b.................
759 851510.
775096 Other indiistrial nachinery.,........... ....18,990 69. 176 852000, either fertilizers end fertilizer
859000- pred-icts.......................... .... ......... .. ...........
77520 Acconiting and calculalleq 865O00
776100 machines, and parts,................ .............242 850
77607850101- Explosives, fuses, and blesting
7 790 Other ofice appeliancns ............. .............2,830 1,9878600 cp. .............................
7 07100
779000- edbobeiaecine..........768 872100...ap..................... ....b 720 227 1057
770600 Printing Soapl.4mchnr .....7684 820

780000 Agricilti.rel machinery and 873900.Dnircs........ It. 10 70,4'

7 8 6 9 8 im p l e m e n t s . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 0 9 10 7 1 4 7 5 0 0 O n i r c . . . . l 1 5 9

73190 mnoobile.............................. 1,351 9,49 977000 orSoaratiols...- ,.............. ........9667,1


796900- Aircraft ................-.....e............... ............ 900050ICLAEOS............ 2 P7,ID 5

79470SIAircraft engine earls and 11690n Plioteqraoiiic and Proiectiont toods.... ..............,741 1,716
79798 eccesser ins........... ,.... ................1,544 '1186 50 iiaye~ipet paa-s n

7961Ohrarrt instruments, 0 5979j onprt, containing optical elements.............0 1,825
799601 opt nd accessories... .......................50'M7 31.523 91905048itz ternOtnin, epeenetus. and
79990 5 190901 oants,nint cilnigtiel rlnents.. ................












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So 3o ityiCommodi tydsrpinadui t yle Shipping
S Commnodity description and unit -100 copee~ CnnoiyOsclto n ci 0 *~
colof quantity qua~ntity (dollars) of quantity quantity lo1allac)

vie B) ,05



0;4200999001 lans an' specifications for
015800, Scientific and professional 95690 aircraft ................-......... .............5.F27 25
91011- instr,)merits. aonarsti,,. and
919005, sioolies, except military. ......11................45,758 38.9359500 Clockss, waotches,. and Parts............. ..........2,393
919098 953198

929700- 8'sical instrimntS. .............................750 IIS 961000 Art orkls.......... -................ ............774,071 2,908

93030- Hiscellaneous office snle...............23,825 5.775 952000
903930 Jew~elry........ ...................... .......... S,330 5%0
930000
941500 T0Y", actletic arid snoctinqo d .............. .....88 8113 910000 fo,tsehold and Personal effects. ...... .............17,5S, 45.551

9460071 4 iscollaneo,is military equipso,' ...............11,099 411,875 999810 All coniaodities exported for
947004 Firearnms, amnitj'on. and 999898 relief or charity ...............................2.250 15,900
9119798 fireworks...................... ......... 1,008. 196 I11352.716 391 eea ecads auda
951000- itns and pamphlelts...................... ... 11,298 I'm9 $10 or less......................... .......... 705 3,253
951000 Po999950 Miscellanooos Ailitary and navat 952200e i OIPsOt. onclassiff lad............... .......... 20D,382 7,,65
952300,1 gops, pilcs f to rioted
95300- 308008, n ohe 9
255500, toier. nocoot military ............. .............3.75 1,5 9820 All othec articles. 0i.0.5........ 34,424 84941I
9950 999990























































































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