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United States exports of domestic and foreign merchandise (including exports under the lend-lease program)
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United States -- Bureau of the Census. -- Foreign Trade Division
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"Report no. FT 400."
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Prepared under the supervision of the chief of the Foreign Trade Division.

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Full Text


DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE BUREAU OF THE CENSUS
HENRY A. WALLACE, Sneres Washinton 25, D. C. J. C. CAPT, Diretror







REPORT NO. FT 400


197




UNITED STATES EXPORTS

OF DOMESTIC AND FOREIGN MERCHANDISE

(INCLUDING EXPORTS UNDER THE LEND-LEASE PROGRAM)






UNIV. o November 1945




U.S. COMMODITY TOTALS



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





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


pt,


EUARY 1946





Bureau of the Census
J. C. Capt, Director
PHILIP M. HAUSER, Assistant Dirter MORRIS H. HANSEN, Statistical Assistant to the Dirster A. ROSS ECKLER, Chief Social Sciew Analyst HOWARD C. GRIEVES, Chief Ecoeoaist RALPH E. GALLOWAY, Exe~u:ive Asstant to the Direetr

Foreign Trade Division J. EDWARD ELY, Chief
.IRVING WEISS, Assistant Chief
7 14 |Expont and Shipping Sisdcs-William C. Flabeiy
Expor Saistics-Milon Kanfman




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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......................................... ...35

Monthly, starting with figures for
July 1343
Per issue............. ......................... .... .10
Yearly subscription, including
calendar year annual............. ....................... 1.25










TABLE OF CONTF14TS
Croup Description Page
Code Yo.
EXPORTS OF DOMESTIC MERCHANDISE ........................................ 2
00 ............... Animals and Animal Products, Edible ............................... 2
0 ............... Animals and Animal Products, Inedible ............................. 2
1 ............... Vegetable Food Products and Beverages ............................. 3
2 ............... Vegetable Products, Inedible ...................................... 5
3 ............... Textile Fibers and Manufactures ................................... 6
4*.** ........... 'Mood and Paper .................................................... 9
5 ............... Nonmetallic Minerals .............................................. 11
6 ............... Metals and Manufactures ........................................... 12
7*** ............ Machinery and Vehicles ............................................. 16
8*.o ............ Chemicals and Related Products .................................... 21
............ Miscellaneous, .................................................... 25
EXPORTS OF FOREIGN MERCHANDISE ......................................... 32
00 ............... Animals and Animal Products, Edible ............................... 32
0 ............... Animals and Animal Products, Inedible ............................. 32
1 ............... Vegetable Food Products and Beverages ............................. 32
2 ............... Vegetable Products, Inedible ...................................... 33
3 ............... Textile Fibers and ,-anufactures ................................... 33
4 ............... '.7ood and -1aper .................................................... 34
5 ............... Nonmetallic 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

NOVEMBER 1945


co- mooSnipptsg Ity Ni
ty Conmmondity description and unit Net Value eight coe Commoity description and unit Net VlIe
COO of quantity quantity (dollars) (po s) No. of quantity quantity (collars) i_.)
(Schee- (Sch .uIe 8) ulse )

TOTAL UNITED STATES EXPORTS 1ROUP 9.-ANIMALS AND ANIMAL
OF DOMESTIC AND FOREIGN PRODUCTS, EOIBLE-Continued
MERCHANDISE .................................. 38.937,013 17,820,508,899 FISH
TOTAL UNITED STATES EXPORTS Fresh fish:
OF DOMESTIC NERClANOISE....................... 612,331,631 17,739,931,854 007000 Saton.......................II. 300 120 DO
007100 Other........................l.. 65,328 15.989 8,50
GROUP 0G.-ANIMALS AND 007200 Oysters, fresh, In the shell.....Ib., 5.3341 2.554 6,771
ANIMAL PRODUCTS, EDIBLE................... 48,297,947 325,925,299 007300 Oysters. fresh, shucked, frozen
or in ice..................... IP. 212.960 1I15.169 28,830
ANIMALS, EDIBLE 007400 Shrimp, fresh, frozen, or in
ice............. ...b. 116,739 19,$92 8,7
001000 Cattle for breeding ............o 3,765 547557 2.520753 007 Shri ... .......... lb.. 6, 1
7 22,5 05 007500 Shrp, dried .................... lb.. 86,8641 q9.399 100.SN
001200 Other cattle.....................no 132 8,155 59,30 Fish, salted, pickled, or dry001300 Hogs (swine).................... no.. 89 37,925 285,340 cured:
001600 Sheepo..........................no.. 254 2,653 25,170 007700 Salmon ........................ lb.. 2,000 935 3,300
001900 Poultry, live.................lb. 23.755 23,306 27,918 007800 Cod, haddock, hake, pollock,
cusk........................lb.. 97,103 20,00 IO l21
MEAT PRODUCTS 007901 Herring ........................ b.. 213,830 20,099 22,712
Beef and veal, except canned: 007903 Sardines........................ 170,038 21,304 23.32
002000 Fresh or frozen................lb.. 3,54.923 717,234 3.50,345 007998 Other fish salted, pickled, or
002100 Pickled or cured...............lb. 1,460,263 249,044 2.597,763 dry-cured..................... lb.. 45,815 10,3 8 82,7 9
002200 Norse meet (all kinds)...........lb. 5941,498 84,5995 747,816 Fish, canned:
Pork, except canned: 00400 Salmon........................ lb. 96,2"0 24.369 12,71
002700 Fresh, or frozen pork..........lb. 28,194 5,0114 30,625 008500 Sardines.................... lb.. 3,087,769 357,498 1,05 ,913
002800 Ham and shoulders, cured.......lb. 228,648 65,852 257,151 008601 Cod, haddock, hake, pollock
002900 Bacon..........................lb. 153,010 45,148 210,34 4 and cuk...... ........ .. ....... ..... ..................
003000 Cumberland and .iltshire 008603 lerring......................lb.. 16,081 1,821 23,62
00s0 de ......................lb. ................................. 008698 Other canned fish, except002 20.10
003200 Other pork. pickled or shellfish .................... lb. 100,326 20,106 1311
salted ........... .........n k 0.. 956,326 426,02 1, 315,675 Shellfish003 00 Mutton and lamb (except ccaned)..lb. 24,792 5,687 S26,480 008700 Shrimp ....................... lb. 1,712 92S3 2 51
003500 Sausage, bologna and frank- 0089001 Lobster ...................... lb. 757 1,320 1,5
furters, eascept canned ..........lb. 142,358 12,6 4 06,563 008803 Crab meat and crabs ..........lb.. 17 365 8
003600 Beef, canned ..................... lb. 10,305,590 p;574,282 14,223,567 008805 Clams and oysters ..........1., 20,106 42,088 3,147
003700 Pork, canned ..................... lb., 9.82,035 3,0118,331 43,259,868 008898 Other. ..... ......lb 82,275 21,988 237,813
003800 Sausage. bologna, and frank- 009003 Lobster, fresh .............. lb.. 60.110 30,121 78,858
furters, canned ................. lb_ 771.013 313.736 1,027,269 009005 Crabs, fresh ..................... lb. 26 26 3
003901 Chicken, canned..................lb.. 351 326 532 009007 Clams, fresh..................... lb. 620 97 8
003907 Tushonka, canned................. lb.. 2,2410,293 959,666 2,87.529 009098 Edible fish and fish products,
003909 Other canned meat ................ lb. 66,275.087 9,639,130 95,122,956 n.e.s........................lb.. 196,25 42.78 23,327
004000 Poultry and game, fresh or OTHER EDIBLE ANIMAL PRODUCTS
frozen........................lb. 213,175 93,334 234,130
001 00 Kidneys and livers, fresh, frozen, Eggs end egg oroducts:
or cured. except canned .........b. 3,648 1,199 ,119 009200 Eggs in the shall........... doz. 9 14, 08 11 I 1,5.,158
001300 Tongues, fresh, frozen, pickled, 009303 Egg albumen (frozen. dried,
or cured, except canned......... lb. 1,422 493 1,541 or otherwise preserved).......lb. 2.079 3.6s5 2,37
004400 Sausage ingredients, salted or Other egg products:
n0l 00 30S Dried ........................ lb.. gli5 627 4 82 203 9 ,14
otherwise cored, except canned..lb. 59,750 3.721 80,074 009305 Dried.......................lb.. 5,627 82208 B2,1151
0011500 Other meats, except canned....... l. 22,373 6.,511 34,380 0093907 Frozen .. ............. lb .... ,0 ..... ... .
Ssgecasings; bladders, bgs '" 009398j Othereise preserved ....lb....................
Sau sideasings bladd er ng 009400 Meat extracts and bouilloeacbes..Ib.. 8,325 8,707 15,1
middles, rounds or weasands:
004600 Hog............................lb. 136,525 92,9117 154.599 009500 Gelatin, edible.................lb. 102,962 67.306 12,Q600
004700 Reef.......................... lbb. 353,436 41,333 44,356 009900 Edible animal products, n..s.................. 147.691 2114i,0
004900 Other....................... 1b. 128,795 141,633 163,457 GROUP 0.-ANIMALS AND ANIMAL
ANIMALS OILS AND FATS, EDIBLE PRODUCTS, INEDIBLE.............. .......... 10,2811,941 .-1677275
005000 Oleo oil ......................b. .. .................. ............. RIDES AIO SKINS, RAW, EXCEPT FURS
005400 Oleo stock ....................... Ib. ...................
005200 Tallow, edible.................. lb.. 50 40 020101 Cattle hides, dry, over
005300 Lard (neutral lard included).....lb 27,350,14 4,941,562 30.064.687 12 pounds ...................... lb. 305,750 119,835 314.998
005600 Oleo stearin ..................lb........... .......................020102 Cattle hides, dry, over
005900 Oleomargarine or animal or 4.... 12 pounds, quantity only....piece. 5,000 .......... ..............
vegetable fats..................lb. 5,16,492 979,595 6.057.31R 020103 Cattl hides .et, over
25 osArif.......................bo. 513,051 80,236 5411,8117
DAIRY PRODUCTS 020104 Cattle hides, wet, over
S 25 covds, quantity only.....plece.. 7,73 ........................
Milk and cream: 020601 Calf skins, dry, not over
006000 Fresh and sterilized..........gal. O,66 37,6911 502,325 6 pounds.....................lb.. 92 132 J1
006100 Condensed, sweetened...........lb. 6,312,622 1 .02,291 7,846.85 020602 Calf skins, dry, not over
006200 Evaporated, unsweetened........lb. 63,448,586 7,167,243 78,885,547 6 pounds, quantity only......piece.. 31 .......... ..............
006300 Dried whole lmilk...............b 9,770,96 ,684,875 13,093,89 02003 Calf skin, et, not over
00600 Oried skim milk ..............b.. 18,225,484 2,809,532 20,648,558 12 pounds....................... .................. ..............
006550 Butter, natural..................b 2,727,935 1.096.554 3,381.878 020604 Calf skins. met, not over
006570 Rutter oil ....................lb. .......... ....................... 12 pounds, quantity only.... piece.. ...............................
006590 gutter spreads................. lb. 5.765 3,370 7,834 020701 Kip skins, dry, not over
Cheese: 12 sounds.................... ..I. ......... .......................
Processed. blended, and spreads: 020702 RIB skins, dry, not over
006755 Processed American cheddar...Ib.. 9,225,848 3,135,749 10.232.,137 12 pounds, quantity only....piece.. .................................
006758 Other cheese processed, 020703 Kip skins, wet, not over
blended, and spreads........ lb. 2,825,418 962,776 3,.263,966 25 pounds...................... lb.. 157,580 24,323 166,U2
Cheese, whether or not in 020704 ip skins, wet. not over
rl l Ives, nceont any 25 pounds, quantity only.....poiece.. 6,000 .......... ..............
cheese orocessed other ttAn 02300 Sheep skins, dry.................11 77 175 8
be divisi into Pieces: 023002 Sheep skins, dry..............place., 104 .......... ............
006796 American cheddar...............lb 1,668,120 512,165 1,871.863 023003 Sheep skins, oet................. lb. 120,099 214.357 120,09
006798 Other........................ b.. 78,535 28.829 100,174 023004 Sheep skins, wet............ piece., 63132 .......... ..............
Infants' and dietetic foods: 023005 Lamb skins, dry.................. lb..................................
006850 Chiefly milk base .............. lb., 52,601 269,327 713,902 023006 Lemb skins, dry...............elce............ .......................
006890 Other 0or o i k for ul..1. 59,578 21,806 84,034 023007 Lamb skins, vet.................Ib. 17.325 4,388 178
Other dairy products: 023008 Lamb skins, wet..............piece. 7,164 .......... ..............
006901 Malted milk, compounds, and 025010 Goat skins............................ .. ......... ...... .......**
mintures....................lb. 536,761 195,443 931,629 025012 Goat skins................ lec................. ............
006903 Ice-cream powder, ai and 025015 Kid skins...................b... .................... ..............
preparations.............. ..lb. 87,505 26.540 103.37411 02501 id skins........ ...... .. le...lae ............. .. ........*****.
00998 Dairy products, ne..........b 63,112 17,038 85,334 025098 Hides and skins, raw, n.e.s...... lb. 16 21,9 175
















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NOVEMBER 1945

C...- C1a.- I
ndec o d ( on k clue Commodity description and unit Not Value
ofy d 4 t usnt q titNt (dolits) (oig o of quantity quantity (nollart) e )
.uIe o6)att (ol~ (ons code 81u~s
No. O unit( i


GROUP 0. ANIMALS AND ANIMAL GROUP a. ANIMALS AND ANIMAL
PRODUCTS, INEDIBLE Continued PRODUCTS. INEDIBLE Continued

LEATHER LEATHER MANUFACTURES-Continued
Upper teether: Selts (worn on the person):
Cattle, e1de uper- 069710 Leather ........................... .......... 49,069 20.445
Orain- 069790 Other materials.... 93,148 49.756
030000 lack ................ .ft. 67,958 20,740 14,154 069890 Leather wearing apparel, except
030400 Other...................sq.ft.. 3164,949 93,67 73,866 beltse, gloves, and footwear........ .......... 19,399 8,569
Splits$- 069900 Leather manufactures, n.e.s .......... ...... 111.412 287,250
030200 Finished................ s.ft.. 264,610 50.353 76,526
030300 fax and rough.............. lb.. 525 540 532 FURS AND MANUFACTURES
Calf and kipBlack- Furs, undreassed:
03 410 Sides...................sq.ft.. 93,102 39,560 5,495 071100 Civet cat..................... no. .......... ........ ..........
030920 Whole skins.............s.ft.. 132,626 60.466 19,731 071300 Silver and black fx...........no. 2,361 99,60 2,07
Other- 071400 Red fox ......................no. 17,333 66,170 19,390
03010 Sides................... sq.ft.. 509,338 130,4s56 82,011 071600 Other fox................... no., 59,14a 158,686 46,441
03020 Whale skins ............. sq.ft.. 315,549 136,999 55,605 071800 Muskrat. northern..............no. 116,728 84,695 10,88
030700 Sheep and lamb.............. sqg.ft.. 89,146 26,514 16,202 071900 Muskrat, southern..............no.. 101,594 47,945 5,844
ioat and kid- 072100 Racecoon .......................no. 29,922 106,112 18,511
030800 Slaein..................s.ft 6 ,929 196,139 74,165 072200 Skunk........................no. 44,361 71,961 10,892
0G30900 Other.....................q.ft. 930,36 198,049 4t,186 072300 Opossum .......................no. 346,060 290,896 72,444
031150 Deer and elk ................ sq.ft.. 5,717 1,991 1,217 072500 Mink ..........................no. 4,389 108,422 1,046
031190 Upper leather (except linng 072901 Coney, rabbit, and hare........no.. 177,783 86,591 42,593
and patent), n.e. ......... sq.ft.. 189,550 44,414 35,066 072903 Ermine and weasel..............no. .................................
Patent upper leather: 072905 Fitch and kolinsky.............no. .................................
031210 Cattle......................sq.ft. 62,525 25,521 9,753 072907 Squirrel .................... no. 67,609 93,839 3,872
031950 Other....................q.ft.. 3,672 1,156 421 072908 Lamb, kid, sheep and goat......no. 45,624 54,448 14,825
Lining leather: 072998 Undressed furs,. n.e.s ..........no. 486,972 213,913 61,262
032100 Sheep and lamb .............. sq.ft.. 88,596 13,176 9,963 Furs, dressed or dyed:
032800 Other....................aq.ft. 63,821 26,979 19,998 073300 Fox, silver and black..........no. 16 1,424 17
032400 Sole leather (bends, backs, and 073700 Muskrat.....................no. 6,988 16,716 1,696
sides)...................... .Ib.. 153,684 66,451 155,078 074400 Fur-seal.......................no. 3,173 178,645 3,777
Boot and shoe cut stock: 074903 Lamb and sheep............... no. 56,529 412,343 44,995
032700 Soles, outer...............doz.pr. 3,606 11,021 20,267 074998 Oressed or dyed furs, n.e.s ....no. 129,394 192,336 40,735
032800 Other cut stock............................. 57,165 51,399 075300 Fur wearing apparel..............no 2,964 277,452 11,882
033000 Belting leather.................lb. 15,6 15,972 15,897 075800 Fur waste, fur Pieces, and
033210 Sole, wlating, and belting .. 15 6 15, damaged fur akins ............................ 295,408 187,320
leather offal...................lb.. 163,207 49,61a 163,681 075900 Fur manufactures, n.e.s.............. .......... 512,008 88,029
Glove and garment leather
e(hat leather Included): ANIMAL OILS AND OREASES, INEDIBLE
033860 Sheep and lamb............,.sq.ft.. 233,898 54,788 26,759 080300 ieat's-foot oil................ Ib.. 10,877 2,377 12,501
0338 s5 Pig and hog.................sq.ft 24.356 8,892 2,939 080901 Lard oil ......................lb.. 12,825 1,380 16,674
033950 Other......................sq.ft 36,182 9,191 6,661 080905 Sperm and whale oil..............lb.. 970 220 1,034
035300 Upholatery and automobile 080998 Inedible animal oils, n.e.s ......lb.. 2,526 83 2,717
leather......................s.ft. 32,769 ,078 7,399 081900 Fish oils, except medicinal...... Ib.. 1,034,570 81,4 96 1,316d,935
0835650 Case, bag and strap leather 084300 Grease stearin....................b 1,208 98 1,372
(handbag leather, except 084700 Oleic acid, or red oil.........b.. 69,226 11,079 80,293
reptilian, aquatic, and 084900 Stearic acid..................... Ib.. 277,824 46,452 283,627
fancy included).............. sq.ft. 42,718 11,281 7,622 085700 Tallow, inedible.................ib, 500,516 57,630 512,233
035700 Reptilian and aquatic leather, 085805 Hog grease and wool grease.......lb..) 1,016,507 305,391 1,106,336
for all purposes............... .Ib. 243 2.279 268 085898 Inedible animal greases and fats
035900 Leather and tanned (except lubricating greases),
skins, n.e.a ...................... .......... 99,791 340,807 n.e. ..........................lb..! 636,020 56,120 644,771

LEATHER MANUFACTURES OTHER INEDIBLE ANIMALS AND
060000 Leather welting. ................... .......... 51,611 50,967 ANIMAL PRODUCTS
Boots, shoes, and other footwear Animals:
with leather uppers: Horses:
Boots and shoes: 0900001 For breeding.................no: 69 91,938 458,000
men's: 0901001 Other......................no 3,006 317,115 3,520,822
064510 McKay sewed............. osir.. 31,699 89,658 77,660 090300 mules, asses. and burros.......no. 427 29,909 251,829
089530 Welt................... pair.. 167,207 985,711 549,384 090900 Live animals, n.e.s ................ .......... 55,722 95,597
06590 Stitchdown ..............pair.. 9,956 29,602 26,437 092300 Feathers, crude, not dressed.....lb., 197,079 61,583 202,612
0646590 Other ................... pair.. 279,277 681,823 971,779 092900 Feathers, dressed, and manu06600 Youths- and boys' ..pair.. .7,61 97,649 81,013 factures of feathers ............... .......... 29,8751 79,295
Women's and misses 093500 Bristles,. sorted, bunched or
064710 McKay sewed..............air.. 93,850 209,475 157,785 prepared.I .......................... 14,222 39,697 18,018
064730 Welt..................pair.. 39,920 111,248 64,529 Glue of animal origin:
064740 Stitchdown...............pair.. 13,463 33,103 20,853 094205 Casein glue.................... lb.. 15,056 3,223 16,311
069750 With cemented soles ......pair.. 46,237 127,656 69,152 099298 Other......................... lb.. 354,278 79,470 378,295
064795 Other....................pair.. 67,717 140,619 111,091 099905 Casein, inedible................. ib.. 6,550 2,046 6,629
068600 Infants' and children'sa....pair.. 43,849 69,886 489,41 099923 Mother-of-pearl shells.
065000 Slippers and moccasins for unmanufactured .................l..b .......... ........ .........
housewear., all leather......pair.. 6,962 12,817 8,496 099925 Other shells, unmanufactured.....lb.. 7,407 906 7,73
Boots, shoes, and other footwear, 099998 Animal products, inedible, n.e.s ............... 71,107 488,865
with uppers of materials except
leather: GROUP I. VEGETABLE FOOD
065610 Leather-soled .... ........ pair. 18,679 1,23 22,569 PRODUCTS AND BEVERAGES.................... 97,515,137 2,421,200,030
065690 Other ..................... pair. 151,755 255,752 238,903
065900 Discontinued models, old styles, GRAINS AND PREPARATIONS
and second-hand shoes .. *............... .......... 169,468 663,247
067200 Leather gloves and mittens...doz.pr. 576 8,321 3,727 101100 Barley (bu. 9d lb.)............bu.. 35,131 40,816 1,513,624
0680002 Leather belting, new............. lb. 135,10 223,235 146,550 101300 Malt (bu. 34 lb.)................ bu.. 480,238 1,137,181 16,927,510
068510 Harness, saddlery and whips ..................... 19,996 33,524 102100 Suckwheat (bu. 98 lb.)...........bu. 62 113 3,000
Womn' and children's handbags. 103100 Corn (bu. 56 lb.)............... u. 158,141 236,947 8,847,217
pocketbooks, and purses: 103200 Cornmeal (bbl. 196 lb.) ........ bbl. 19,756 93,191 2,785,903
068800 Leather.......................n. 23,404 63,339 30,629 103300 Maminy and corn grits ............ 6.. 1,169,3948 50,436 1,187,230
068900 Other materials................no. 128,317 180,278 111,660 103500 Grain sorghums (bu. 56 lb.)...... bu. 132,000 275,251 10,752,000
Card cases, change purses, 103700 Corn cereal foods, ready to eat..lb.. 767,673 85,061 1,060,913
wallets, and similar articles: 104100 Oats (bu. 32.1b.)................bu.. 1,99,001 1,280,667 49,573,798
069200 Leather ..................... no. 59,743 60,225 14,837 Oatmeal, groats, and rolled ots:
069300 Other material ..............n. 10,959 5,025 2,350 10300 In bulk, cace, or bgs........b, 1,211,1950 73,747 1,377,590
Luggage and related articles: 1000 In packages, cases, or
069510 Leather........................n. 6,216 24,691 16,195 cartons ....................... 2.02,179 20,628 2,707,095
069590 Other materials................no. 10,138 20,201 21,316 105500 Paddy or rough rice............ b.. I 15,578,395 553,816 15,626,180
















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Com- CovMod* modi yhi poi ng Ity Shipping
one Commodity description and unit et alu Coaiadity description and unit Net Value
No. of quantity quantity dollara (pounds) 10. of quantity quantity (dollars) (pouses)
(Se. (uSceWe, B) *** 8)

GROUP I.- VEGETABLE FOOD PRODUCTS GROUP I.-VEGETABLE FOOD PRODUCTS
AND BEVERAGES-Continued AND BEVERAGES-Continued
GRAINS AND PREPARATIONS-Continued FRUITS ANlD oREPARATIONS-Continued
105700 milled rice (including brown Fruits, fresh or frozen-Continued
rice, broken rice and 130300 Lemons and limes .............. box.. 38,465 214,127 3,317,183
rice screening) ................. lb.. 74,922,160 5,837,961 75,737,991 130500 Oranges and tangerines ........ box.. 348,51 1,392,373 28,833.155
105800 Rice flour, meal, and polish ..... lb.. 29,559 2,209 29,936 130700 Pleapples.. ..................box.. 873 3.21 72.8
100100 Rye (bu. 56 lb.) ................. bu.. 579,160 918,I0li 32,576,081 130900 Cherries ....................... Ilb. 2.000 580 2,220
107100 Wheat (bu. 60 lb.) ............... bu.. 23,637,407 41,347,432 11,20,980,267 131000 Apples in baskets ............. bkt. 3,847 16,172 190,8M
107300 Wheat flour, wholly of United 131100 Apples In boxes ............... box. 173,704 75R,i67 8.748,368
States wheat ................... ct.. 3,098,072 I,81I,134 311,560,452 131200 Apples In barrels ............. bbl. .......... .......... ..............
107400 Wheat flour, not wholly of 131300 Berries ........................ b. 646,192 136,028 753,098
United States wheat ............ cwt.. 680,751 2,,664,476 68,331,999 131410 Watermelons.................... lb. 18,000 105 18.00
107700 macaroni and spaghetti products..Ib.. 2,553,823 279,040 2,871,855 131450 Other melons ................... lb. 58,148 5,845 6,10
107800 Biscuits and crackers ............ lb., 1,582,682 371,996 2,288,951 131500 Grapes ......................... lb.. 12,383,532 1,095,410 13,936,97f
108000 Wheat cereal foods, ready to eat..Ib.. 331,507 70,377 430,475 131600 Pears .......................... 16. 7,005,239 731,755 7,7114,00
108100 Wheat cereal foods,to be cooked..Ib.. 1,38,411 69,462 1,902,819 131700 Peaches ........................ lb. 26,276 2,37% 29,2m6
109000 Wheat semolea ................... |b.. 982,775 39,960 990,769 131800 Prunes and plus ............... lb. 32,1601 4,338 381112
109500 Cereal foods, a.e.s .............. Ib.. 413,505 11184 537,854 131910 Apricots ....................... I. 120 28 20
109900 Grains and preparations, n.es ....... .......... 173,268 3,210,809 131990 Fresh or frozen fruits, ne.s..Ib. 118,569 15,196 134,123
Dried and evaporated fruits:
FODDERS AND FEEDS 132100 Drled fruits for sled .........Ib. 11,203 1,392 I| atD
122003 Pears .......................... lb.. 24,267 17,695 I118,134
10100 Ray ........................... Mon.. 2,962 83,262 5,478,880 12400 Raisins and currant ........... Ili- "Is9114 3%5,187 2,2,6
Oil cke nd oil-cke m al: 132500 Apples ......................... lb. 12,591 60,877 178,022
I11300 Cottonseed .................. I.ton.. .......... 1,000 1132600 Apricots ....................... Ib., 2(,854 7,497 Z5,142
1i120 Linseed ..................... I.ton.. .................... ............. 132700 Pepches .......................b.. 112.,05 2 061 1273128
11700 Peanut ...................... l.ton.. .......... .......... ............. 132800 Prunes ....................... ll.. 342,65073 ,13 38143,5
110 Soybean ..................... i.ton.. 137. .... 304742 "32900 Apple ast ...................b., 9,31 6! I01
12905 Cora ....................... ton .......... .......... ............. 100 Figs ........................... lb. 342,66 70,714 35.2
112900 Other ....................... peon p.......... ....................... 133098 Dried fad evapr.ted
110 Fish mean for feed ............ I.t.. .......... .......... ............. 1 frite .0. ................. lb. 9,312 2 ,65 2 |,815
11800 mixed dairy and poultry
feeds ....................... Mon.. 3,08 23817 19 730350151 133100 Date, fresh. dried or 5ther1225Cic-es(arazsdr,1 |0 Pe ppe....................Ib. 397,942 46,565 511 ,603
118200 Oyster shells ................ ...I. 2,821 29, 8 61,000 w3 se0 rt e f r al ...............Ibl.. -27,659 145,959 12 7
128502 Other, prypred and mixed Canned fruits e





an hikpes...........b 3,2,26 1,7,77 2352,9 34900 Presevfruite je.......li.tu,10 67 ,2
feeds ........................ I.ton. 139 16 3136 73 133200 Lane ries ................ .. 6.. ,783.57 65 9,
18 oe ale, fr or fre n .35.00 Fruit rr pul ......... .......... b 7.00
120700 Beans. f... fe... .. ............. ..............533208 7390 59 13300 Other rted erre ...........b. 0,357 11,39 1,77,9
119000 Wheat feeds ................... I.ton IS1 6.b 5,222,33500 Apples and apple 3a2ce ......... 7b.7 2 0165t! 17,960 153,152
119900 feeds, n.ree .................. .ton. 2 681 2 25 3UTS
121800 T 13o. . 3 20 nl......................... lb. 2'.305 ...,. ....2951,5
VE2ETA2LES AND PREPARATIOS, EDIBLE 27372006 9 5r29te3 ......................l. 33918,317 59,5 0:31.7317
120110 andrr ots... e ................. Ilb.. 2,4,3026 21,6 2,356,709 137200 Prunes and plse ............... 1b. 37,155 23 1 483,972
120150 Seed yn ..................... b.. ,279,561 39,146 23,897 134300 Peaches ....shl ..................b. 2,18,356 250,735 2 ,1.652
120213co peos, dry, ripe ............... lb.. 1,185 10 ,192 137600 Pers, ................. ..... ..Ib. 1,0,014 196,813 1,715,722
120215 Chick-peh (gr .bzos), dry, 137700 Pinsepples ..................... lb- 397,942 46,565 5115603
r i pe .......................... lb.. 82,045 6,01 14,721 131600 Fruits fo sealed ..............1. 31,31b9 1,564 4569 3,677,768
120219 Peas dry rode, except copes 13700 Canned fruits, e.s............lb 1,89 2,38 1|,927
and chick pea ................... Ib.. 23,327,215 2,073 23.5,76 137900 Preserved fruits, Jeli.e.
120250 Seed pea ....................... Ill. 587,875 20,8 59,372 and Ile................. ...... lb.. ,783,571 61956 9,118 20
Vegetables, fre kh or frozen 2 135003 Fruit aprpara.ti .s.......... Ib., 710 28633 2,402
120700 Beans .......................... lb.. 533,208 9 67 597,2 7 1350 Other fruit prefrations ......... lb.. 1,37,973 535I97S 1,707,216
120800 Olstons ........................ 8b. 5,222,772 8,30106 5,3 ,127
120900 Pets e green .................... lb.. 24,719 83,2 27,839 NUTS
121000 Teppers Ju........................ bb.. 18179027 1729 202,817
12 1100 Pe s, w white ................ 4b. 805, 85O, 05 2.266, 106, 040,967 1 3 700 ea .t s o29 2.. . .1.,9i, 5W
121300 ToLmti e ....................... 7b.. 1 ,88 ,630 233. 2,100, 90 14 00 Arnots ........................ Ib. 2c 2h0371t* a8d
1224 0 Sbbage ........................ lb. 27,326 9,7 293,872 137510 canut b etr. ................ Ib. 3,33337 519,535 3,57,71
122920 Carrot ........................ vb.e 321753 3 355,321 137550 Peoanuts, not shelled .ta........ lb. 102,185 26,91 283,726
122n30 Clery .......................... lb., 1,003,896 932 1,079,897 13761Oieans, shelled .................1. 120,136 66,59 325,7
1220,0 Lettuce ......................lb.2.,074,521 21868 3, 96.699 1370 Pecns, not sheled ............. lb., 1,083,123 332,078 120,90
a22 t50 Spinach ........................ lb., S19,138 1 ,39 1,35 1r7710 efinuts: l 1ed:................. ..,o.. .061 .
1224170 Sweet potatos ................. lb.. 1,418,5731 76,01 1 ,52i2 17Slaetnteid.......l 3,631,13t 1 416 79 1.17 M;1
12290 Fresh or frozen veetsbles, .3790b Al6ond75 1et ................... lb. 137,97 81, 111... 17
1 .e. e...........................h., 5,92[s 28,33 5,816,307 137905 Brazil or cra n t ............. b ..... ....... ..............
12100 Aregaur ...................... lb., 98,620 27,14 128,176 137907Filaberte ......................... lb.. 213,12 74,697 2,154
124200 eked ene and ark q nd bee.. lb. 258,034 17,347137995 Kate and Peprtions, ,I22.071 3096288 2,29,12
125300 Corn ........................... Ib.. 110,6930 1 1920 212,247
12490 Peas .......................... lb.. 986,56 1 86, 17129,133 VEETABLE OM E FAT DILE
250 SOUP* .......................... b.. 610,380 89,267 795,578 152000 coconut oil, refe. d ............. b.. 35 13 ..
12100 Tomtos ....................... tb., 83,012J 0,8 106,587 14i25001ottoneed all, reflood .......... To., 2, 7ai 3sI,51 2,MI,611
124700 Tomato posts and pure. ......... Ill.. 572,966 69,24 724,363 1430001Soybean oil. Weined, except
124800 Tomato juice ................... Cb.o 7,708f09e e73,7 10,374.76 lecithin refn.d ................ tb.. 1,.7,41. 297,0 .. 1....
12F910 rits, ftrng or trngless .... 1b.5 80,050 47, 600.671 I C3IO01Peanut oil ................... ..*. I,1358 39 23 2
124930 Li Beane ..................... lb. .7,876 ..0.0. 67.6. 151100iCor a l ......................... st.e r,2l4 2,037 ate728
129 0 Spinach ........................ lb. 27,88 3 ,678 10 ,4 4 200 Ces. totter ..................... Il.h, 2,761 23,016 44,597
1990 Canned vegetables and juice$,s28,14400CokinfS041 % 7 ,76
I.......... b 4247O360 491Olive oil, edible .... ............ lb.. 2,7%N 1,777 3.7114
125000 PIoklex, cum~ber: ............. lb., 10?.716] 28.05 305,499 1449021Sunflowr oead oil, edible ....... lb., 183,1571 26,939 204,903
126100 Ketchup, chill sauce, and other149 PamAdSI GI0Oi
tomao tbleesues ..........lb. ,13,1111 69.19 17833SOor refined ...................... b .. .... .......... ..............
126210 mayonnalse and salad dressings...11b., 68,il 16,76 128,143 144 904lRaeseed all, refined ............ lb .......... ........ ........... ;
115295 Olives ........................... lb., I%7'959 5I,33 270.997 lq 90SlVmgetbj ta g i n ................ Ib.,
12206 SSuces Arid relishes, ne.s ....... Ill. 923,166I 170,12 1.536.954 14119981Edible vegetable ails and 12i
126300 Vinegar ......................... get., 48,604l 27,14 604, 035 fete, 0.0.6 ..................... Ill,I 35,02 7.m 39,131
125600 Yeast, except liquid ............. lb. 583,34 170,34 62,922
125901 Dehydrated saop ................. lb.. 175,928 990 214,912
126902 Dehydrated vegetables ............ lb., 1,9314,3561 1,006GM 2,819,396 TABLE 3NEVERAGE MkTERIAL3
12595 Farinaceous.sbstance ............ lb.. 12,02 1 i,4 12,709 15,00 l O been ...................i. ..,.. .... ;
12S91I Soybean flour, edible ............ lb.. 7,961,737 6,1 2 I 8,919 IOOOP e.o ord...........b.. ............ .......
126998 Vegetable preparations, ft.....Ib .. .......... 8,074 9,38S 1602001Coco, wte d .................... lb.. *04.1701 88,162 48T,419
FRISAN1RPRAIN 05001To&...*.+ ............... ..... .. |.............. *.... .....
I RISAOPEAAIN 151100iCoffe, green .................... lb .. ....... .......m,|
Frls llho rozen: 151200 Coffee, roosted ............. .....Ib..1.037 3938
13010 Bnll.... ...... ... lb........ .. ..... ISM001abis beverage materials,
130200 Orsoafruit ....I T ....................... to. 2,5.13. i,;lS9SI 29,8" 23,016 44,497











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Comodt ,5rritio" n .,it 0 l0nIe 0ogl C Commodity descriotion &oil unit Not value

quant oeilty solt dsl ) (ounds) ... of Quantilty quantity (dollars) (on$


GOUIP I .-o1OOTASLE FODPOUT GROUP 0.0 EWA LE PRlOUCTS, INEO600 6fY RAGES -'Coot Isued IdLE. EXCEPT FIBERS AND WOO- Con.

SPICES ROBBER (NATIURAL, ALLIED GUMS, AND
$40 Caima..... ... : lb. .544 $88 1,8 oSNTETIS) ANDS MRANUFACTURES- Con.
5490 Cinamn ... ....... ....... I- 8672 14.66 1.69 Orogitsrobber sundries, scce1
Boac~si...............l...............................surgeons ohoeod glosemi:
ii[905 Cl'_es c s o s b..................2100 scor botte ard aount.Al
16407nume., rood.........lb...............................syr Inglis..... ...... ........s 76.074 37.762 68.84
104911. P. per ron............. .....................2014200 Otb.I druggist.' rubber
ltb486 fe-1l1. be............... o................. ..................*o4ries....... .........................4041,596 264,929
1 54896 De. e.e ..................lb.. 216.406 66,834 275.370 204300 Clothinog of rubber or of
rebberied cloth ..............doz.. 16,976 I27,b15 $1,006
SUGAR A115 RELATED PRODUJCTS 204500 Rubber balloon*,...............~ rss. 468il 11,786 4.44

'9281 Sager, refIn.d......... ........lb 6,959,80 417,316 7,2143,196 204600 Robber toys ood balls, escest
dolR of o tennis bells............,5 ,7
162900 Saer 1 e...........l "00044 1010 040 d og n ees...............o 3,9..... 461
120 .s............a Be,7 467 ,4, 204800 Rubber bosn............ .....lb: 1838 19,926 23.0W2
600 CoiectLcry ._ ......l. 5,7 2,6 204800 Rubber erasers. except pencil
16 40 C o olc t e an .. .. .. .. .b. M 63 975 2 407 2 9 0 54 6 slo .................. .... I .l p3,294 146,6 4 63,M 6
16370o Ote ed.........b 15887 4726 214 1lrd robber goods. except
"6.6- ..o ....e........... end. dessert..1 9175 druggists, .ondrles16 0 eqa.5 .............l 498 1-.161,26831,794 Electrical
16-2900 COMo .........................lJb 5124 7,8 691,1114 206300 Bottery boxes ...............nMo 20,062 10,912 191,93b
Gluc0 one.....................l b 11,4AD7 3,231 16.760 206400 Other electrical hard rubber
dextcose orep Gluose*.otc goods .....................lb 198.6211 33.462 218,168
desros or6 2glucose:.22 206000 Comb-, finished ..............do?. 6.389 5,048 2,740
1640 lsd...........l 2467441 216 3 27, 205800 Other hard robber goods ............ ..............I6N 4.347
1 641104 Ora.............b 237502 14,674 2142,4b1 Tires snd loner tubeq:
164700 Sir ;s.......................gal 15.960 13.273 186.922 Automobile casings:
BVRGS206000 Truck :od bot teslgo.... no 62.309 2,267.615 4,218,792
RYeOS206200 Otheor sioolle Fcings n..AD 10,903 160o. M7 373,6711
170100 malt extract aod soit sirup, 206300 Automobile Inner lobes....no.. 62.704 227,638 60.203
esceft meditated ... ...........lbIt.. o30,36 50,6141 606,137 206400 Other casings sod tubes ....no.. 30.075 16,074 301,.04
Ialt I laors: Solid tires:
110200 Is bottles .................gel1. 1,221,624 719,2333 16,321:767 206600 .For Auomobile$ and trucks ...no.. 4.778 96.3410 166,865
170200 Is coos...................... gel. 587.100 297,139 4,962.266 206100 Other sol id tire .........lb 21,6b 12,100 22,40
170400 In other Contain o......n. gl 6612 78 6 Tire sendries and repalr materils:
Distilled spirits: 20690b Camloch ....................lb 121,665 34,429 132,627
171 on E... ...........4.p.. 7.313 27.674 129,296 20698 Other ........................lb 247,362 138,1$90 285,946
1600 zFlnIs~y................. .gsl 100.064 586,464 181:081 206400 Rubber and friction taee except
171900 Other distilled llteoro cod mesdicated .....................6,b. 167,686 60,810 107,287
comosods contoining Rubber And bate belt,
spirits..........Fgl 3778 651 194 406,656 sod belting:
:75000 1wI e,............ ... 43.602 16.696 704,894 208500 Fan belts for automobiles...lb.. 74,577 63,612 92,0413
1,b100 Ilseral voterss, setosel and 206600 Other rubber end balote
ari~~l..... .._.gl.. 4,317 3,466 66,644 belts sod betting ...........l.. 1,33Z"041 666,545 1,42b.08
176600 Sires, and flRrufrlbber hose slod tubing:
beverages ....................gal.. 41,417 64,460 527.1482 208700 Garden hooe .................. l.. 25.216 8Big6 26,138
Fruit jiceA: 20800 Other hone end tublso ....lb 552,126 100,777 688,066
177200 Plneosule................... gel. 23,777 18,371 264,644 208300 Robber pecking................. lb 160,600 115,666 206.58
175600 Grapefruit ......... ........ gel. 5846 373:471 6,053,394 208400 lots, matting, floorinog, od
177600 Orunge. .................... el': 682,043 1,292,272 10,789.712 t~~g. .................... lb 10.940 3,648 13,202
17790 FruI julces, o.e.s.......gel,. 192,944 196,249 2,370,814 Robrted
178000 Beve rages, n.e................. gal.. 9,313 9,086 199,671 209610 are or uncovered ............. lb., 24,518 36,864 26,6
______ 208620 Textile covered ....... I........ l.. 2.625 7,028 3.191
GROUP 2.- VEGETABLE PRODUCTS, 209600 Gutt--percha manofacture% ....lb.. 6,022 7.167 7,871
IINED IOLE, EXCEPT FIBERS 20800 Ictes or other forms compounded
AND OO .00...................... .......... 41,395,764 200,777.0dl orhurocevsed for seIn further
0oa factueo........ ...........lb 275,066 63.648 442 .IS0
RUBBER (NATURAL, ALLIED GUMS, AlPO 208960 Rubber sod synthetic robber
SYNTHETICS) AND MIANUFACTUIRES manufacture.%, n.e.s.................. .......... 146,340 234,704

Crue robber cod Allied oes: NAVAL STORES, GUNS3, 06D RESINS
200100 Crude rubber. .................lb ............ ..;....................... .... al otore.i:
200400 olaeo......................lb ............ .........................21000 ls o s.........l ,4,4 8,1 ,2,0
200600 Other................ .......... I............................211100 Wood road. ocp
Synthetic rosears: '6 wood Ros~n'..............lb. 616 20,8 .9.7
200901 Gone S-coolysers of butadiene 211400 GUM spirits of turpestlnes. golI. 348,316 329,968 2,721,320
.5d styrene ............. ....-lb 15.663,150 4,129,800 16.420,027 211510 Wood turpentine ..............gal,. 1b682 126,974 1,269.291
200803 Bstyl-cooolYmers of isobstylooe 211610 Other tarpos hydrocarbons
aod Isoprene. or other 2 derived from noslv tre.gl 27.630 15,562 223,372
dioleflons..................b.............. ................... ......211710 Ploea oI Product-, cod
200804 leorene-polymers of deriv.1 Ives ................gel 72,684 %8.696 614,164
chloroorene .................lb., 433,633 146,471 640.436 211600 Tsr end pitch of w.ood ....lb 1,364,146 11,294 1.426,154
200905 Dona 1l-copolymsers of buaediene 212600 Toll oil (licud sulfmte
and Acrylonltrile ............ lb 67.082 24.243 bo.*4b w*oo reslot)................... lb 476.800 11,17n6 478,11
2%0806 Thiohol-organic PolysufldeA ... lb .. ...... ... .......... ..... ............Other goes aod reels.:
200907 folylsobutyleoe-polymers of 218000 Chicle....................... lb 43,664 40.404 47,881
Isobutyleme .......... .......lb 7,200 3,381 6.332 216600 Shellac (bleached, Aod
20098 Synt hetl c robbers, n.e.s... lb11. 1,5921766 294,786 1,617,184 unblached) .................lbII. 211b,191 120,718 301,438
201100 Rubber, reclaied..............lb o. 1,923,255 128,709 1.927.610 21890b Lec, crude (seed. biottos.
101200 Robber scrap ..................lb 8o. 62,346 30,4114 870,669 I e&d stich) .................l.............. .................... .
201400 Robber cement................. gal 22.615 34,862 207,66 1 i16909 Rosin, n.e.................. lb 45,178 3,865 53,626
2016001 obbeld 1 oooieclt..cy 3.576 2,728 6,700 21982 Gu bessinlt............. ....lb11. 376 1.01868
201700Rbe e Olco goods and 218996 Mot1orl goscd els ele
Jh sstal sheting. s.e.s ...o.yd 262.409 163.376 264.04d ;sO 0led s cnd rtsons. l r68efi7.36ned1

203100 doot ........ ...............n0lr. 61,494 187,20d 436.203 21698 Natural goes and resin-.
203000 rubber shoes ................ Ir1. 17.244 23.826 b61, 312 crede ......................lb N. 136.6140 65.666 147.89
303400 Cososs obhoes with rubber
soles................fi 63,04 166,96:48.7 DRUBS, HERBS, LEAVES,
202600 Rubber soles......... ... rur 594 lS 66.34 AND ROOTS, CRUDE
203700 rubber heels............dsr.r 66,566 62.675 2 0,41' 220100 Cascara barb .................l 47a6 18,168 54.426
2000Rbe o s n oslf 220600 Sis-;............... l 26,870:' ': 228,210 31.270
sheet,........ -...............lb 1,36t6,632 2h1,169 1,462,138 22060U Ile"Arahe root .......................................
203900 Rubber glove, end 220904 Cinchona bprh ..................1l .270i .... 402 ...... 1..53
aitteno................... do r]r 29,997 99,256- 71,997 210111 Rysscyamos (hentipsn ........... lb 866 970 909

















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Con- Conmo- sodSalping ty ipple
t~y ConMOdity description and unit met Value Snippty decrpto Shiunippitng~e
cod eih cel Commodity description and unit Net vale
No. of quantity quantity (dollars (pounds) No. of quantity quantity (dollars) (Wight

(knee- (Sofop. P0
.Ie 6) _________________e_______ ul ) _______________GROUP 2.-VEGETABLE PRODUCTS, INED- GROUP 2.-VEGETABLE PRODUCTS, INED1BLE, EXCEPT FIRERS AND WOOD-Con. 16ILE. EXCEPT FIBERS AND WOOD-Con.
DRUGS, HERBS, LEAVES, AND ROOTS, NURSERY AND GREENHOUSE STOCK
CRUDE-Continued 253500 Flowers and foliage, cut, fresh,
220919 Prthrm (insect flowers).....lb.. 100 13 10 and preserved ................................ 23,411% 35,01
220998 Crude drugs, herbs, leaves, and 211905 Aulbs. roots, cores, plants, and
roots, n.e.s ..................... lb.. 269,026 123,051 291,303 Nserydlgs................... no.. 614,9D3 2
OILSE25990 Rssry '.nd greenhouse stock,.o 59.S
2ILSEEdS n.e.s ......................................... 8.312 2,802
221000 Soybeans, escent conned ....lb 77.321.N11 3,OO0,6o 77, )5,238 TOBACCO AND MANUFACTURES
22200 1 Castor beans .................. lb... ................. .
z22002 Cott.....ed ....................... ,b .. ... .... ...... ...... ;t.. TOB AC .... M..ANUFATURE
222002 Cottoseed................... lb 502,000 415,050 9,000 Tobacco. lnfactrd
222003 Flaseed ...................... lb.. 17,92'. 9,062 19,196 Leaf tobacco2 22020 Hem p perni l a poppy rape and 20 110 F l e-c re d nst e ed .b 19 .6 32 73 1 10 .6 26 200 28 S61,5 8
sunflower seeds; and pal nuts 260150 Flue-cured, stemmed ........ lb 2.570,820 2,065,71111 3,18.76
and palm kernels ................lb 512 3 5110 260200 Furley ste .......... b 991,510 5,06 S 1,23.1 ,5
22030 Copra........................lb......... ..........20300 Dark-fired Kentucky and
222098 Other oilseeds ................... lb.. 2 18 2 Tennessee ................... lb. 1,0117,133 375,879 1.15,32
ZL 260400 Dark Virginia ................ lb. 809,842 383,685 5
VEGETABLE OILS 260500 Maryland and Ohio export ..... lb. 132,855 57.619 19,419
26600 Green River .................. lb. 18,090 7,800 21,72
Esnressed oils ead fats. 200700 One sucker leaf tobacco ...... lb.. 281,067 101,392 351,647
inedible, 6,76 27,680 260880 Black fat, waterbaler, and
223000 Coconst oil, crude ........... lb.. 27.80 dark Africa ................. lb.. 393,909 151,023 1174,831
223200 Cottonseed oil, cr5de. lb. 51 261100 Cigar leaf ................... lb., 551,211!I 3211,585 666,967
223200 Linseed oil.................... lb. 16.744,728 2,295,831 16,853,797 261300 Perique leaf tobacco6...lb.. .
221801 Fatty atds of vegetable 26r0qoe leaf robaccor ......... ............ ..........
origin ........................ lb. 3,189 11 3, 27 2 150 Foreign leaf, re-ex orted .... I .. .......... ap.......... ...........
Vegetable ol foots- 3, 2821750 Tobacco trimmings and scrap .......
Vegetable oil footo224803 1 Iva oil .................... lb.. 6,720 1,302 7,72 siftings and cigar cuttings
22n0luded)........672........lb.an 8.811r cutting,88
21805 Other..................... lb.. 132,700 11.771 31, 261800 Tobaincluded).ms................ lb, 8D,31 I17 9,890
221898 Vegetable soap stock .........lb.. 2,500 257 2,800 2 Tobacco stes 2,467 S8.1,3
224901 Castor oil, comerclal ......... lb.. 84,6417 15,111 99,129 2 Tob0 T cco manufactures:
CZgars2andrcheroots.................8..06.5,85
2241902 Core oil, crude ............... lb. ..................... ............. ..262000 CIgattes....o .............. M., i ,903 2.650,2 5.,675
2211903 Peanut oil, crude .............lb 181,080 19,758 181,9 282350 Chigetobacc "nd 1sf ~ b ,127,9 2,907 q39,5 7
224904 Perilla oil, inedible ........lb.. ................................ 262500 SmCking tobacco in pack *ege.1.. ,92 12,9071 929W
221106 Rapeseed and oiticica oilc %,U2
inedible ......................b 58,17 15,19 b. 262950 Soking tobacco In bulk ....... 22.1 1 13,
22910 Tung oil ....................... lb. 57,582 23.652 5,083 9ISCELLAEOUS VEGETAME
221912 Soybean oil, crude ............. lb. 261,500 31.818 2Go,008 PRODUCTS, INEIBLE
224915 Olive oil, inedible, except
sulfured or foots ............. lb.. 200 162 258 Starch:
221925 Palm adid Palm-Iernel oil, 281100 Constarch and corn flour
crude ...................... lb. 59,1100 1,792 59,O75 (edible included)...........lb 11,128,056 300,011 11.377,1190
221950 Sunflower seed oil, 281300 Other starch (edible
inedible ...................... ........ ......... ....... ............. included) .................... lb. 2116,885 19,703 258,163
221998 Other expressed oils and fats, 293100 Brooecorn ..................... I.ton_ 561 179,557 .25.308
inedible ............. ...... lb. 19,417 5,535 22,187 293500 Brooms ...................... doz. 1,036 10,513 2,7111
Essential oils, natural: 295100 Hops ......................... lb. 1,560.M 1,359.298 1,735,251
226800 Peppermint ..................... lb. 23,981 182,719 314,256 299905 Vegetable tallow and w3x (except
226900 Spearmint and other mint oils, for soap stock) ...............l. b. 102,970 1117,41 101.299
n.e. ......................lb 11898 19,912 0.830 299991 Hop extract ................ ..... lb. 111,129 37.266 17,2
227100 Citrus oils................. lb. 17,4101 65,648 21,790 299993 Vegetable ivory or taguo nuts .... IbI 43,271 1,680 413,571
227003 Oil of citronella .............. lb., 1,139 1,151 I.18 299995 Dyeing and tanning materials,
227905 Lemon grass Oil ...............lb...................... ..................crude........................................ 10.393 l
227098 Other essential oils, 299998 Inedible vegetable products, n.e.a.. ............ 60.4195 2,054,58t
natural.................... lb. 5,289 175,880 71,057
228000 Blended, compounded, or mixed GROUP 3.-TEXTILE FIBERS AND
Perfume-flavor oils, except MANUFACTURES ................... ..........87.8,12, I1 L
synthetic aromatic compounds....Ib.. 85,53 599,925 135,022 COTTON, UNNIANUFACTURED
VEGETABLE DYEING AND TANNING Raw cottOn, except I inters:
EXTRACTS American Egyptian (Pilea) and
231100 Logwood extract .................. lb.. 21,20' 0,393 28,003 Sea Island .................... II ..................................
233100 Chestnut extract ................. lb.. 93,460 53,004 987,030 300006 American Egyptian (Plea) and
23905 Qubracho extract .............. lb.. 116,037 8,819 123,129 Sea land ...............bale .......... .........................
233998 Vegetable dyeing and tanning 300205 Upland, staple langht I Ila
extract*, n.e. ................. lb.. 519,218 115279 576,48 Inches and over ............... lb. 3.019.191 3,02,97 13,176,712
300206 Upland, staple lengkt 1 I/8
inches and over ............. bale. 2S.429 ........................
SEEDS, EXCEPT OILSEE S 30030t Upland, style length I I IS
Grass ad field needs: up to but not including I I/S
2110100 Alfalfa .....................l b.. 25,553 9,88 25,619 Inches .....................lb. 27,679,858 4,1440,058 27 21,232
240200 Red clover ..................... lb.. t0 20 100 300302 Upland, staple length I 1106
210300 Alsike clover ................lb.. .......... ....................... p to but not Including I I/
2401100 other clover ............... b.. 31,297 0,07 31,727 inches ...................bale. 532.........................
210601 Timothy ..................... b.. 80O,OO 76,102 898,210 30030 Upland, staple length under
2107001 Rentucky blue grass ............ lb.. 20,614 8,812 20,661 I I/I6 Inches ................. lb. 179.$55 2 1,832,380 1I5,75,8
2110800 Red too ..................... lb.. 382,697 16,506 2811,5 300306 Upland, staple length under
2111g0 Sugar beet seed ................ lb.. 935 575 99 I 1/16 Inches ............... bale.. 218,302 ..............
211920 Orchard grass seed ...........lb.. ................................. Lieters:
21900 Fescue grass seed ............lb.. ................................. 300100 Grades I to 8, Inclsle .....l. 1.12S.738 78.80 1.137.618
2111950 G rass seeds, ni.a ........... lb7. 77.859 10,111 78,703 30001 Gradae I to 8. Inclusive ..... bale.. 1,89 ........................
21990 Field seeds, n.eo.s ............. lbI 1,22,313 114,376 1,282,185
216700 Flower seeds .................. lb.. 28,905 59,68 31,655 COTTON SEIIMANUFACTURES
Neetable seeds:
2116800 Krrot seed ................... lb.. 16,525 16,803 416211 300600 Cotton pulp ......................lb. 2,202,15 191,508 2,82,171
2R6891 Beet soed, except sugar beet 300800 Cotton rags, except paper
seed.......................... lb.. 9,350 5,771 10,209 stock ........................... lb.. 2,0S8,20 119,286 2.051.31
216592 Onion seed ................... lb.. 1,155 12,296 11,33 30000 Cotton batting, "nlec4d adding,
268093 Radish seed .... ............... lb.. 15,54q 6.02 16,098 carded cottoa end rov n ........ lb.. 122.733 26,598 130,962
21680 Rutabaga and turnip seed ....... lb.. 15,271 11,127 15.g65 Cotton mill waste:
211895 Spinach seed ................... lb.. 7,096 1,82S 7,2117 301030 Cotton hard wastes of yarns and
216800 Sweet corn seed ................ 1b. 1 082 100 003 threads, Including wiping ..... 1b.: 3191301 52373 A I,1D
216890 Vegetable seeds. s ......... 2b.. 216,737 226,671 221,62 301040 Cotton card stripe ...........lb. 160,301 23f76 062,121
217500 Seeds, except oilseeds, 301050 Comber Waste ................... lb. 43s,130 68,732 1152.700
n.e.s ........................... lb.. 36.976 .514 3,166 3010601 Other soft astes .............. lb.1 $01.901 7 107 829.385














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Cao. ComCatmodity description and cnit Net valoe c e Commodity description and unit Net Vaive Ig
NoOf goquantity quantity (dlls) (pounds) o. of quantity quantity ()
( S c eN o ((Su dd .
de. 8) __________se__________ ______ 1 8)

GROUP 3.-TEXTILE FIBERS AND GROUP 3.- TEXTILE FIBERS AID
MANUFACTiiES-Continued MANUFACTURES-Cont noed

COTTON SEMINANUFACTilES-Continoed COTTON MANUFACTURES-Continueid
Cotton yarn for manufacturing: Colored yarn fabrics:
301810 Carded yarn, gray............1bo 605.522 307,547 701,757 309700 Dealtims..................sq.yd.. 479,483 128.353 241,006
301120 Carded yarn, bleached. colored 308800 Sultings, twill-coverts,
and novelty...................lb., 287,909 184,139 321,572 cottonades.................sq.yd.. 896.85S 291,097 418,498
301200 Mercerized (all kinds).........lb.. 293.743 302.036 365.064 3080 Chambrays, cheviets, and
301310 Combed, except finished or shirtinge..................sq.yd.. 2,550.505 512,856 605,977
mercearied.................. 101.785 60,448 119,802 3081 ) Colored yarn fabric*,
301320 Combed, finished, except n.e.S......................sq.yd.. 1,686,841 479,794 519.704
cercerized...... .........lb 337,049 203.050 420.327 306200 Colored duck and awning
naterials..................sq.yd., 318,844 170,027 287.088
COTTON MANUFACTURES fine goods and combed cotton
fabrics, bleached, dyed,
Cotton thread. twine, cordage printed, flock-dot or clipped:
and rope: 306700 Voiles. organdies, lawns
301500 Sewing thread................18. 146,765 202,177 175,897 and batistes, combed.....sq.yd.. 1,168,781 287,550 153,860
301800 Crochet, darning, and 307000 Pique#, combed............sq.yd.. 69,167 19.489 16,899
embroidery cotton............ lb. 20,844 45,233 28,698 307300 Marquisettes. combed......aq.yd.. 695,753 135,364 88.920
301700 Tire card (on cones or varps)..b. 216,561 128.525 252,045 307400 Combed and carded
30100 Twine, rope, and cordage, goods, n.e.s............8qyd.. 3.883,348 1.117,498 991.277
except tire cord.............Ib. 29.042 231,093 464,499 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 exported by weight)...............sq.yd.. 87,710 23,411 24,481
to Philippine Islands to be 307900 Cotton and rayon fixtures
embroidered and otherwise mano. (cotton chIef value)....sq.yd.. 593,804 184,938 177,084
factored and returned to the Other cotton fabrics:
United States .............sq.yd ....................... ..............30800 Knit fabric is the ... 1. 10,5 327 S57
Unbleached (gray) cloth: plce......................lb.. 110.756 (03,279 118,573
Tire-fabrics: 308200 Table damask. In the
302000 Cord tire fabric........sq.yd. 924,107 404,676 809.498 piece...................sq.yd. 20,030 10,668 15,448
302100 Other tire fabrics......sq.yd. 201,973 72,894 164,43B 308400 Tapestry, and other upholstery
Cotton duck: and drapery materials,
30'800 Heavy filter cloth, hose Plain, jacquard and
and belting duck.......sq.yd. 217.307 138,873 281,082 debby-woven..............sq.yd.. 330.795 206.786 180,914
302600 Ounce dock.........sq.yd. 390,690 174,623 317,395 308700 Flushes.....................sq.yd. 13.956 12.714 0900
302800 Numbered duck...........sq.yd. 241,642 138,734 252,914 308800 Other pile fabrics..........yd. 164.320 105,424 104,678
Cotton cloth (gray), medium 308950 Cotton remnants and fabrics,
and coarse yarn fabrics n.e.s., sold by the pound.....1b., 470,306 210,536 490,484
Not ner 40 Inches wide: Cotton wearing apparel:
303110 Drills, twillh, and worp 309000 andkerciefs ................doz.. 118.041 122,367 43,775
sateens............sq.yd 532.076 135,943 253,498 Gloves, cotton, woven, or knit:
303120 Sheetlngq..........q. yd. 4.897,123 683,010 1,292,039 309110 Work gloves, mitts, and
Over 40 inches wide: gauntlets, fabric...doz.pr. 907 4,116 4,490
303310 Drills, twills, and warp 309120 Dress and all other......doz.pr. 523 4,4386 2,090
sateens..............sq.yd. 333,647 51.974 103,871 Knit goods:
303320 Sheetingo............sq.yd. 1,089,856 160,726 319.870 Hosiery
308400 Osaburns (all widths)....Sq.yd. 1,795,879 283,899 547,222 309300 Women's..............dor.pr. 139200 414,349 242.108
Printcloth yaizn (gray) 3001400 Children's .............do.pr.. 80,928 101.188 40,827
fabrics (all widths): 309500 Man's .................dor.pr., 118,168 258,812 187,521
30IND Tobacco and cheese cloth, Underwear, knit:
30 02 count and loer 309600 Mn's and boys' ............do. 94,664 411,536 250,613
construction ........... s.yd. 4,494,788 132,859 232,153 3088 0 e0 0ak Ihildren ...doz.. 196,351 685,153 w401o1n a
303700 Other printcloth yarn fabric3000 MIhw .kntwoesad
constructions, above 36x32 children's.................no.. 17,925 22,698 13,197
count....................sq.yd. 2,030,927 215,759 397,318 309910 Sweaters, jersey pullovers.
303900 Gray cloth, n.e.s...........sq.yd. 1,139,570 192,721 295,100 and sweat shirts, men's and
Finished cloth, bleached, dyed bys' ......................no.. 19,167 16,893 9,840
pintedstiffenedorot309950 Sweaters and shawls, wins
prnesifndo te-children'se................no.. 10,891 13,307 7,648
wise converted, and colored3090 ntopra.ne o. 18,3 8.894,1
yarnfabrcs-Garments of wonen fabrics: Not over 40 inches wide: 311300 acstoand d-re s,
Drills, twills, andnwrp mer's and boys'..............no.. 38,325 57,308 41 .97

308000 I eached...............sqyd. 1.137,164 361.525 456,211 31(400 Overalls, breeches, pants.
804110 Dyed in the piece.......sq.yd. 5,422,250 2,274,086 2,667,248 aprons n e ...........doz.. 1,125 23,627 16,29
301120 Printed .................sq.yd., 1,610,760 405,800 546.086 311500 Nightwear, men's and
Sheetingq boys'........................doz.. 2,072 30.408 22,030
308210 Bleached ...... .........sq.yd.. 8,058,748 2.657,992 2,404.693 311610 Underwear, nan'ts and
3011220 Dyed In the piece...sq.yd.. 1,877,908 416.418 5441,788by'.. .....I.....dz. 6,0 6.0 6,5
308300 Printed.... ............sg~yd.. 3,169,651 740,152 872.386 311710 Wokshirts...................dc,. 82,788 388,808 28.284
Over 40 Inches wide:*oksit.........i. ,8 8371,8
304510 Drills, twills, and warp 311720 S adirts, except work shirts.
teenss ................sq.yd.. 239,541 82,580 93,799 3120n0 and is .... ......doz. 50,103 747,183 o t1n424
Sheeting':10O C-tig fcto oe
304610 Bleached................sq.yd. 1,592,439 351002 43957 fabrics, men'o and boys',
n5,0 6,5 .e., ......................doz.. 11.505 171,046 111,400
300710 Dyed and printed........sq.yd. 797,532 251,482 252,882 312200 Women's dresses and
Printeloth yarn fabrics eneenbles lone, two and
(all widths): three piece as one unit)......no.. 29,296 34.986 25.298
31240 Womin's end ckildreu's under304800 leached ................sq.yd. 267,654 61.918 61,077 3 ear and nightear, accept
304910 Dyed in the piece........sq.yd. 630,696 118,048 141,899 knit.........................doz.. 19.148 150,729 83,981
304920 Printed..................sq.yd. 1,045,196 228,233 213,949 312700 Children's outerwear, except
305000 Cheesecloth and gauze, knit..................-......doz.. 4,758 88,845 24,876
bleached or dyed
(full pieces)..............sq.yd. 2,431,740 114,098 140,966 312900 Women's apparel of woven
Printcloth: fabrics, n.e.s............................. 8.481 30.784
305110 Bleached..................sq.yd. 1,385,553 210.019 309,201 Cotton narrow fabrics.
305210 Dyed in the piece. sq.yd. 1,835,807 315,866 430,276 nonelastic, not over
305220 Printed.................sq.yd. 3,600,073 772,646 759,472 12 inches wide:
Napped fabrics: 314000 Roven belting for machinery.... lb_ 21,703 30,840 23.501
305510 Cotton flannels, bleached. 316000 Braids, ribbons, trimings.
or colored...............sq.yd. 2,823.085 516,016 745,745 bindings, lacings, tae labels,
305590 Other napped fabrics in the and webbing.......... ............... 138,433 11,851
piece............ .......sq.yd.1 142,914 44,190 68.459 316100 Narrow fabrics, n.e.c............. .......... 51,644 80.987
















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Co.- Comod- modIpy Snipping up hI fIn
cty Commodity description and unit met Value Siping it Commodity description and unit met Wal..
Ho of quantity quantity (dollars) pognds) de of quantity quantity (dollars)
(Sched. (Scheuse B) nie 8)

GROUP 3.-TEXTILE FIBERS AID 6~ 3.-TEIT4LE FIBERS AID
MIANUFACTURES-Continued MMUiFACTURES-Continued

COTTON MANUFACTURES-Continued OOL SEMINUFACTURES
Cotton house furnishings: 362200 Wool rags, woven and knit........lb.. 759,895 176,196 762,442
Bedding: 362600 Wool soils and waste. .ill waste
317100 Blankets..................no.. 379,072 582,385 811,619 (include garnetted, picked, and
317300 Quilts, comfortable, and carded).........................lb.. 106,197 33.986 110,231
quilted bed-pads............no.. 10,003 270,663 730,19a 362800 Wool tops (tops of hair
Bedspreads: included)....................lb., 26R,315 286,714 275,M
317500 Candlewick, chenille, and 363300 Wool yarn&....................lb.. 310,547 545,213 386,t72
tufted.................no 429 2,135 1,366
317600 Plain, crinkle, debby and WOOL MANUFACTURES
317800 jacquard woven ...........no.. 4,257 10,927 11,828 Pabrics wholly or chiefly of wool:
3180 Bed sheets and pillow fbiswol rCifyo ol
cases..................doz.. 47,080 684,011 696,918 364200 Wool cloth and dress goods. lb 2,617.692 3,941.127 2,727.M1
318100 Curtains and draperies, 364201 bool cloth and dress goods
except lace....................... .......... 3,658 1,922 (quantity only)...............yd.. 2,696,727 .......... ..........
318500 Laces, embroideries, and articles 364300 Monair cloth...................lb. 82,196 175,794 91,357
thereof, n.e.s.................... .......... 157,536 44,800 364301 Mohair cloth (quantity only)...yd.. 114,366 .....................,.
31700 Terry-woven towels, wash cloths, 346900 Other wool fabric.............lb.. 190,026 350,19 197,815
and bath mats................doz. 66,667 212,352 Z78,774 366200 Carpets and rugs of wool......sq.yd.. 25,935 16.329 92.26
318800 uack, damask and plain woven 366300 Wool felt, except woven .........lb. 24,552 53,489 3,3
towels and toweling........................ .5,349 64,830 366400 Wool felts, woven for machines...Ib.. 311.970 76.124 4.5
318900 Other house furnishings, n.e.s..... .......... 27,619 21,864 366600 Wool blankets..................lb.. 690,560 779,57 671,8M
Other fabricated products 366601 Wool blankets (quantity only)....no. 242,927 .......... ..............
cotton, n.e.s.: Wool wearing apparel:
Cotton bags: 367500 Knit bathing sults............do.. 1,800 43,317 14,011
319110 New........................lb.. 284,779 184,847 .96,363 367600 Knit sweaters for en, women,
319111 New (quantity only)........no.. 874,977 ......... ... .and children..............doe.. 24.096 679.255 198,6"
3191S0 Used and reclaed bags .... I. 420,707 131,950 427,484 367700 Wool knit goods, ne.. (men's.
319151 Ueed Mind reclaimed bags 2784wemen's, and children'* included) .. ............564,.636a a
(quantity only)...........no. 968,678 .......... ............. 368005 Men'es overcoats, seits, and
319500 Canvas articles. n.e.a............ .......... 274,697 606,103 pants.........................no.. 265,362 2.192,065 81,65
319900 Cotton manufactures, s.e.s....... ......... 251,492 638,488 368098 Boys' overcoats, suits, and
pants........................no.. 71.661 492,414 174,418
VEGETABLE FIBERS AND MANUFACTURES 368200 women's and children's dresses
and ensembles, except knit... no. 6.523 89.5 II,38
Vegetable fibers, unmanufactured: 368300 Women' and children's apparel,
320501 Canton................... lton............ .......... ..................... except knit, s.e.s................ .......... 1,05i,66 46080
32003 Flax.......................l.ton... .......... .......... ............. 368950 Men's and boys' apparel, except
320505 Hleep.......................l.ton.. 189 66,044 425,125 knit, n.e.s....................... .......... 723.200 ag.4
320i07 istle of Tempico..........1.ton.. .......... .......... ............ 368998 Wool or mohair manufactures, n.e.e............. 16.308 16,agt
320609 Jute.......................l.ton.. .......... .......... .............
320511 lapak.......................ton.. ......... .......... ............. IIAIR MD MANUFACTURES, N.E.S.
m2043 lkagusy or Canla........... to ............ .......... ..............I.air, unmanufactured:
320615 nailis or abace ............l.ton .. .......... ........................ hi,'nauatrd
320516 Sisal or henequas ........ton 17 3,423 38,00 369060 Cattle, ox, calf, and horse body
320a21 *an (..................... .t .................................... hair, now except ear hair)...lb 30,670 -,457 30,817
32056 Other pneasafactured SM0 Cattle, on, and calf tall hair,
fibers.....................ton.. .......... 35 160 new (switches Included).......lb.. 124.233 76,350 35.633
321100 Jute yarn, sordaga, 369100 dog haIr, new................lb.. ....... ........ ................
and twine ....................lb.. 280,689 51,588 282,639 369350 sore mane and tall hair, raw
3220 Bags of ute....,..............,lb.. 2,520,990 320.660 2.584,861 or dressed, new...............lb.. 11012 10,847 I1.a
32401 Wags of jute (qunty onl ...no.. 2,011,906 .......... ............. 369510 Other haer, .nmbn.fact.r715, raw
922905 Juote hurlapa, encept wkop used or dressed, now ..............lb.. 77,67 115,231 a. l33
as A coverlag for other merchan- 369650 Hair weate and scrap hair......1b.. 5,063 at4 0I8
s o 369700 bair felt and manufacturee.......lb.. 6,911 3,966 ?,IN%
din or as a component part ofI
other products................lb.. 192,050 13,826 192,216 369900 Other hair manufactures.............. ........... 5,33 16,1t
32298 Other jeto manafacturs........lb.. 161,285 17,568 167,997 SLK AND IMMUFACTURES 339616 Flsa (linen) fabrics, wideSIKADMNFCUE
and narrow......................lb.. 8.866 24,501 10619 370300 Raw sIlk.........................Ib..................... ..............
339995 Handkerchiefs, lines.............no. 1,579 1,508 188 371000 Tram, organzone. and hard twlste..Ib.. ..................... ..............
339986 Flax, heap, and refte yarns, and 371100 Spn aki.....................lb.. 90 476 97
manufactures, n.e.a. (except 371900 Sewing, embroidery, and crochet
twins and cordage flash fabrics silk ......................... lb............. .......... ............
and hendherchiefa.................... .......... 16.071 18,772 Fabrics, wholly or chiefly silk:
Cordage, except of cotton 72401 Silk cartridge cloth for powder
or Jate: begfs,.......................Id ...............................
341100 Binder twins .................. lb.. 68,646 8,872 71.687 97206 Silk Parachute cloth .d........ .............. ..............
341400 Manila cordage...............lb.. 5,669 1,702 6-7" 37208 Other broad alke............ d.. 3,447 14576 UA
341901 Flax twine and cordage...lb.. 1,121 2,425 1.37 37260 Velvets. #Ianh", and
341905 damep and ramle twine, cord, and chanille................e.q.yd.. 796 1,796 117
cordage.......................Ib.. 3,500 2,083 3,726 372900 Silk and velvet ribbns.....lb.. 478 2,G
341909 SIsal or heosquen, Istle or Wearing apparel:
Tampico, Canton, aguay, pacol* 374100 eUnderwear......................no.. 1.202 796 147
and sunny twine, cord, and 374300 SIlk drea, skirts, and
cordage....................lb., 500,312 63.260 Siit blooes................no 11 Is 66
341998 Other cordage................ .b.. 12.507 4.092 12.677 dealary:
349600 Oakum...........................b.. 310.195 33,863 325,573 375400 women's And children's
349909 Sisal or henequen. setle or .a"Ies................doz.er.. 20 145 30
Tampico, Canton, maguey, pscel. 370500 Womense fall.
and sunny yarns............................................... fu.on.al.............dor.pr.. 178 2,035 IB$
Knak: 375700 la'e socks..............dox.pr. ........... .......... .............
349913 Life-saving appliances....................... .......... ............. 375900 Silk wearing apparel, n.s.a.
349925 Kapok manufactures, 1.e.s................... 16,800 147,696 (ean's, women's, and children's
349998 Vegetable fibers and moeactr, nCded)......................... .......... 54 24
n.e.e. (straw or gras meanu- 7600 Sik somil and waste.............lb.. 7.210 2,728 7,362
factures Inc.)...................... .......... 865,96 45.9 379000 Silk manwfacture, a.e.e............ ........... 3,372 4is

WOOL, UlItAtUFACTUiE SWTIETIC FIBERS AlO MAABFACTUltES

350903 Carpet wools..................lb.. ................................. 36300 ilylon weAst and staple fiber.. b.. 2,500 9,139 3,006
330905 Clothing wool.................... 61.8 339,403 756,166 383007 Raon mata and staple fiber. b.. 881270 106,443 919,035
360907 Combing wool...................lb.. 782,607 582,405 766,710 383006 Other synthetic cut fibers and
300011 dair, Angora goat (mohair) waste.......................lb., 6,663 4,711 6.795
canheere goat, alpaca, and 31400S Nylon yarn, monofllef t, bands,
other like hair.................lb. 2.068 1,466 2,144 end rope......................l. 2,749 II,901 3,336

















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Com- Com.ce..- Pco*Snipping Itt Shipping
S Commodity description and unit Net Value cod Commodity description and unit Nt valueht
oOt quantity quantity (dollars) (pounds) 1* of quantity quantity (dollars) (pound)
(s (e (sgeso p
SO I) Se__ .B)

GROUP 3.-TEXTILE FIBERS AND GROUP 3.-TEXTILE FIBERS AND
MANUFACTURES-Continued MANUFACTURES-Cont Inved
SYNTHETIC FIBERS AND MAntiFACTURES- MISCELLANEOUS TEXTILE PRODUCTS-Con.
Continued Book-cloth (all types):
8M1007 Span rayon yarn, single and 391110 Pyr6sylin-coated or
pl led.......................... lb., 180,28 19,815 211,176 ImpOregnated................ sq.yd.. 17,376 5,347 7,469
Acetate rayon yarn, smonotlilsent, 391120 Starch fIlled..............sq.yd. 91,236 23.983 36,816
bands, and rose................ Ib.. 344,99 273,759 425,84% 391500 Pyroxvl in-coated or Impregnated
31N013 Viscose high-tenacity tire cord or fabrics...................... sq.yd.. 205,031 116,755 120.16
yarn on cones or warps, treated, 391700 Coated or Impregnated
dipped, or untreated (fuel-cell fabrics, n.e.s ...............sq.yd.. 303,703 172,422 216,074
high-tenacity cord or yarn 391800 Waterproof outer garments, except
Included)...................... lb.. 131.175 72,976 163,243 rubber and rubberized...........no. 37,968 98,241 114,597
384015 Viecose and cupramonium 392100 Corsets, brassieres, and girdles,
continuous filament yarn, except rubber and rubberized....no 5556.905 711,297 197,788
monofilament, bands, and rope, 392800 Neckties, cravats, mufflers and
except tire cord or yarn........ lb.. 423,235 333,271 510,075 scarfs (all fibers)............doz.. 27,155 202,1175 8,102
381098 Other synthetic yarn, mono- 394010 iNat braids, strips and sheets
filament, bands, and rope.......lb.. 5,328 8,51 6,300 of natural fibers...............yd.. 16,602 1,082 287
3811200 Thread and yarn for sewing, 394060 Nat braids, strips and sheets,
embroidering, hand-knitting wholly or partly of synthetic
end crocheting.................lb.. 5,160 13,356 6,588 textiles ......................yd.. 586,741 25,376 6,3165
Piece goods, wholly or chiefly of Hate, bonnets, hoods, caps
synthetic fibers: and berets:
38611500 Pile (velvets, etc.) ........... lb., 69,268 117,780 60,S42 Nate and hat bodies of straw,
384501 Pile (velvets, etc.)-quantity palm leaf. etc.:
only...................... sq.yd., 93.902 ....................... 391200 liarvest..................... no.. 18,519 5,422 3,511
384800 Knit fabric, in the piece...... lb.. 72,7148 138,151 86,198 Other:
384920 Upholstery and drapery fibrics, 399400 Sewed...................no.. 11,096 16,91 6.174
wider than 42 inches. woven, 391500 Woven ...................... no, 11,690 18,008 8,476
except pile................... lb.. 30,320 65,019 33,770 395100 Men's and boye' fur-felt hats
384921 Upholstery and drapery fabrics and hat bodies............... no.. 62,343 228,211 49,885
wider than 112 inches, woven, 395200 Women's and girls' fur-felt
except pile-quantity only..sq.yd.. 51,128 ....................... hats and hat bodies ...........no. 8.,4148 25,9541 5,455
Woven filament yarn fabrics, 395300 Wool-felt hats and hat bodles.no.. 59,889 81,887 S0,906
n.e.s.: Other hats, caps, and berets:
384925 Cord-tire and fuel-cell 395700 Knit and crocheted........... no. 19,730 5,392 3,328
fabrics (treated, dipped. 395800 Woven fabric.................no.. 66,292 62,632 39.698
or untreated)..............lb. 1.,116,916 654,685 1,501,800 396300 Artificial or ornamental flowers,
384926 Cord tire and fuel-cell fabrics fruits, vegetables, grasses,
(treated, dipped, or untreated)- grains, leaves, stems, or parts
gqantity only........... :sq.yd, 1,306,011 ............. ...... thereof (all materials)............. .......... 47,588 17,403
384930 Printed..................... lb.. 2144,451 572,596 282,535 Mattresses, cotton, kapok, moss,
389931 Printed-quantity only....sq.yd.c 1,128,929 ....................... and heir:
384952 Other (greige, white, piece- 397005 Mattreses, kapok .............no.. 6 181 412
dyed and yarn-dyed 397098 Mattresses, cotton, moss, and
included).................Ib 588,123 1,153.675 667.519 hair.........................no. 8,422 77,337 2415,156
384953 Other (greige, white, piece- 398000 Absorbent cotton, sterilized gauze,
dyed and yarn-dyed included)- and sterilized bandages.........lb.. 676,165 '321,976 867,760
quantity only............ sq.yd, 2,281,801 .......... ............. Elastic webbing, woven, knitted
Woven soun yarn fabrics, n.e.s.- or braided:
384960 Printed..................... lb., 130,860 274,434 152,452 396O00 Not over I 1/2 inches wide.....yd., 2,893,676 110,813 51,923
384961 Printed-quantity only....sq.yd., 511,785 ...................... 399000 Over I 1/2 inches wide.........yd.. 213,381 78,006 36,620
384970 Other (greige, white, piece- 399 400 arters, arm bands, suspenders,
dyed, and yarn-dyed and braces .................................... 156,599 87,273
included)................... Ib, 270,889 513,366 310,055 Clothing, military, air and naval,
384971 Other (greige, white, piece- not identifiable by material
dyed and yarn-dyed included)- under specific clothing classes:
quantity only............sq.yd. 897,385 ....................... 399501 Personal and organizational........ .......... 1,726 1,486
384990 Reenants and mill ends (less 399505 Aviation ..................................... 7,320 11,591
than 10 yards in length) ...... lb., 282,507 225,824 319,426 399507 Special for parachute troops................. .......................
38S000 House furnishings .............................. 78,089 93,629 399509 Special for nurses ................ .......... ........................
Outerwear, women's and children's: 3995611 Special for armored forces................... ........................
385201 Dresses and ensembles, except 399515 Special for cold weather...,.. ......... ........ ................
knit or crocheted (one, two, 399517 Gas protective clothing, military........... .........................
and three piece ensembles as 399519 ClOthing, military and air, n.e.as............. 37 7
one unit).................... no.. 171,015 923,016 168,737 399521 Naval clothing ..................... .......... 33,023 26,110
385205 Other outerwear, except knit 399900 Textile manufactures, n.e. .................... 3,427,234 5,511,652
or crocheted.................. no.. 40,750 101,317 25,765
385310 Dresses and ensembles, knit or 6ROUP 411.-00D AND PAPER................... 19,075,350 391,205,#23
crocheted (one, two, and
three piece ensembles as one WOO0, UNMANUFACTUREO
unit) .........................no.. 10,062 48,377 10,09 Logs and hwn tiber (indIcates
385320 Other outerwear, knit or Loqs and hoen timber (ld ctes
crocheted.................................. 53,485 17,147 uantty scale):
Hosiery: Hordhoodsi
oeW n's and children's- 110010 Ash and hickory......... M bd.ft. 36 3,7211 121,00
385410 Nylon....... .............doe.pr.. 9,110 116.058 12,033 400200 Cottonwood and aspen....M bd.ft. .................... ..............
385490 Other synthetic 4 400400 Walnut................. M bd.ft. 30 11,059 387.920
textiles ............... dor.pr., 76,328 527,141 154.806 400600 Hardwood burls.. N bdft............M bd.ft .......... ......... .............
385600 Men's socks................doz.pr.. 22,730 72,866 34.285 14009056 Manhooany logs........... M bd.ft .......... ......................
385710 Knit underwear..................doz.. 16,531 109.779 41,039 400907 Lignum-vitae logs..,,..M bd.ft. .................................
385720 Woven underwear.................doz.. 13,917 123,571 34,436 400909 Teak logs.............M bdft .......... .......................
385770 Sleeping and lounging garments, 100998 Other hardwood logs and
knit or woven..................doz.. 1,989 62,936 19,829 timber................. M bd.ft. 19 1,576 98,1130
385810 Ribbons........................................ 110,905 31,399 Softwoods:
385850 Braids, fringes, and narrow 401200 Douglas fir............. bd.ft........... .......... ..............
trimmings, except hat braids....... .......... i0,618 21,841 401400 Hemlock................ M bd.ft ............ .......... .............
385900 Synthetic textile manufactures, Cedar:
n.e.s ............................... ........ .. 279.259 91,551 401600 Western red........... N bd.ft. ......... ........................
401700 Port Orford........... M bd.ft. .......... ......................
MISCELLANEOUS TEXTILEPRODUCTS 401800 Other................. M bd.ft.. 1,132 38,601 8,217,470
101900 Other softwood logs and
390100 Linoleum......................sq.yd. 58,572 53,058 364,924 timber................ M bd.ft.. 4,486 131,209 36,332,993
390300 Felt-base floor coverings.....sq.yd. 339,443 95,233 1,030,328 RaIlroad ties, hewn:
391100 Oilcloth for shelf, table and q02600 Creosoted, or otherwise
wall......................sq.yd. 76,477 17,827 53.377 treated..................N bd.ft. 71 4,092 331,62
391300 Window-shade cloth..........sq.yd. 19,858 4,9011 7,052 1402900 Other..................... M bd.ft.. .......... ......................














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Con- ConmoD- nodIty Commodity description and unit Met value Snipping Ity Commodity description and unit Net Value shipping
cooe of quantity quantity (dollars) weight code qattity quantity (dollars)
No. (p0unos) No. of quantity quantity (do llets) ( i'
(Sched. (SNe-O.
.Ie 8) _se 8)GROUP 4.-WOOD AND PAPER-Continued GROUP 4.-WOOD AND PAPER-Continued

WOOD, UNMANUFACTURED-Continued WOOD M NUFACTURES-Continued
403100 Creosoted piling............. lin.ft.. 63,403 37,956 2,007,800 1421605 Veneers, aero grade...........sq.ft.. 712.812 14,423 86.574
403200 Other oiling................. lin.ft. 18,590 4,831 395,120 422100 Veneer packages for fruits and
403400 Telegraoh, trolley, and electric- vegetables .................................. 134,054 2.920,148
light poles.....................no IC,130 102,528 6,519,426 1122200 Lath........................... 19 215 9,900
403900 Firewood and other unmeanufactured 422500 Shingles....................... sq.. 555 3.139 688.90
wood................................ .......... 20,412 497,726 422600 Doors...........................no.. 9,626 26,468 195,519
422800 Trim and moldings.......... lin.ft.. 748,909 15,756 95,516
SAWMILL PRODUCTS (LUMBER) 423000 Venetian blind slats ........................... 1,487 5,189
Soft.oods, not treated: 423100 Venetian blinds..................no. 429 3,436 7.656
406000 Sthern pine ...........14 bd.ft.. 1,587 179,929 667,20 423200 Sash and blinds, n.e.s........... no., 2,701 6,250 38,182
i0OOO Souher pie ......... t4bd~t, ,58 i7,92 ] ,68,6 g23950 Prefabricated and ready-cut
406300 Douglas fir ............... 14 bd.ft. 554 47,860 1,837,438 ho23950 uses .......................... 2,773 2,287,611 44.798,262
406500 Cedar ..................... M bd.ft ...........................................hes...................... 2.7.3..... 611 57,268
406900 Other .................... I bd.ft, 25 3,066 8,40 0 423990 Other willwork and house fixtures.............. 61.231 527,168
407900 Hardwoods, not treated...... M bd.ft. 368 32,826 1,511,570 424200 Chairs, chief value wood ....... no 4,634 26,152 73.131
Creosoted or otherwise treated:
408000 Soothern pine ............. bd.ft.. 266 29,286 908,124 424400 Office furniture and store
fixtures .................................. 20,918 96,892
408500 Other ..................... M bdft. 74 9,368 265,582 424700 Other wood .3rnit3re, chief
Boards, planks, and scantlings, less 440 te odJrioe he
thands, inchesinndeasttdimension value of wood ............................. 201,331 837,480
than 5 inches in least dimension 424800 Wood furniture, chief value of
10000 Softeods ........... d.ft. 119 20,337 50:,909 uholstery ................................ 57,42 110.406I
410000 Cyoress ..............fi rd.ft. l9i 20.337 501,909 426000 Boat oars and paddles ........... no. 906 2,849 9,80
Douglas fir: W andles:
410100 Rough................ 14 bd.ft. 10,006 508,540 33,051.232 428500 Plo and similar bent
410200 Dressed............... M bd.ft. 753 55.762 1,778,908 handles......................doz. 93 37 3,121i
410300 Rough .............. bd.ft. 4,209 341,857 17,665,447 428600 Hoe, fork, shovel .. d.. 3,627 42079 0250
and other long handles...dot., 43,627 42.079 8t02.606
410400 Dressed ..... ... M bd.ft 1,140 88,422 3,300.655 428800 Striking tool handles ......... doz.. 31,544 63,000 467,632
410610 Ponderosa pine. 1.:. M bd.ft 796 50,453 2,391,736 Pencil slats:
410650 White pine .............. M bd.ft. 1,248 76,676 3,406,740 429100 Eastern red cedar .............. lb.. 78,925 14,662 5,647
410720 Port Orford cedar ....... N bd.ft. 14 4,270 39,000 429200 Incense cedar .................. 4. 455,266 59,270 168, 1 W
410790 Other cedar ............. M d.ft. 17 ,62 I 58,000 429850 Woodnwre (kitchen and household) ............. 31,271 99,14
410800 Redwood ................. M bd.ft. 398 33,687 1,649,269 429900 Wood manufactures, .e. ... .......... 266.871 2.362,08
410900 Spruce..............6 bd.ft. 73 6.316 226,961
411200 Hemlock.................M bd.ft. 206 8,902 786,262 CORK AND MANUFACTURES
411600 Other softwoods......... 4 bd.ft. 2 286 10,300 C00 Cok odrh
Hardwoods: 430000 Cork wood or bark.
411700 Ash..................... 1M bd.ft.. 144 18,014 597.601 unanufact red................ lb.. 905 95 95
411800 Birch, beech and 430200 Disks, washers, and wafers.......lb.. 101,950 29,308 125,60
male..................M bd.ft. 1,818 212,927 7,177,125 430500 Stoppers........................l b., 35,440 18,631 37.688
4i11900 Chestnut................ M bd.ft............ .......... ........... 4.. 30600 Cork insulation...............lb.. 118,286 15,519 133,470
412000 Cottonwood.............. 1M bd.ft., 40 2,250 1 ;0,000 430700 Manufactures of artificial, composi412100 Gu, red and sao.......M bd.ft. 732 36,581 2,458,422 tion, or compressed cork, n.e.s...lb,. 280,7149 85,204 315.592
412200 Gum, tupelo and black... M bd.ft. 505 20,391 1,805,713 430900 Manufactures of natural cork,
412300 Hickory................. M bd.ft. 156 7,198 744,235 n.e.s........................lb.. 104,820 35,422 11,464
412400 Oak.... ................. M bd.ft. 10,022 752,882 44,662,808 PAPER BASE STOCKS
412500 Poplar................. M bd.ft. 68 5,273 202,711d ...................... cord. 38 1 1,90,000
412600 Walnut.................. 14 bd,ft. 55 9,748 248.600 460000 Pulpoo ...................cord 384 4,218 1,90,0
412700 Mahogany................ bd.ft. 107 32,557 335,910 Wood pulp (air-dry weight):
412800 Magnolia :.............. M bd.ft. 36 1.470 126,983 60100 Suite wood put, bleache'
412900 Lignum-vitan ........... 9bd.ft 1 2,250 9,675 600 Rayon and special chemical
413i000 Lgu- te...... df. ,5 ,7 grades ................... $.to.. 112 12,+ AS 24378
13000 k .................... M bdt........ ....... .....3........0. ..... n 2 7
413100 Oak flooring ............ M bd.ft. 143 18,192 341,858 460200 Other .................. S.ton 198 25,228 35.72
413200 Other hardwood floor- 460400 Sulfite wood pulp.
g................. bd.ft., 83 12,017 358,960 6 nbleached ............... s.ton.. 2,810 181,611 5,6809,81?
413400 Wagon-oak planks ........ bd.ft.. 122 11,268 720.500 460600 Soda wood pulp ...........s.to. ..................................
Small hardwood dimension stock: 160800 Sulfate wood pulp.
413600 Except squares ....... bd.ft. 505 83.406 2,502.917 unbleached ................. s.ton.. 341 21,415 750.086
413700 Oak squares .......... bdft. 13 1,200 76,200 461000 Sulfate wood Pulp,
413800 Other squaros....... bd.ft. 12 1,635 48.000 bleached................... s.ton. .................................
413900 Other hardes ........ M bd.ft. 260 16,425 1,097,656 1161900 Screenings and other
Box Oher wood pulp ................tn.............................
Boo shooke: Pprbs tcs ~~.
414000 White, ponderosa, and sugar Paper base stocks. n.e.s.:
nine................. M bd.ft. 449 43.150 1,087,200 169000 Valued 50 or over r ton..s.ton. 73 7.,46 154,893
414100 Southern pine ............. M bd.ft ................................... 469100 Valed UMaer $SO per ton..s.ton.. 25 8,4 164.16
it "? "i:9V:::::alv:e *** ,*;|d ndr$50O per ton.....tn 254 8.98 527.114
414200 Hemlock and spruce ........ 4 bdft.................................... Other per stock:
414300 Gu ....................... M bd.ft. 41 4.586 98,800 aste paeer:
414900 Other............... ... bd.ft. 1.549 410,701 5.452,071 69805 Over issue news................lb. 58,472 1,302 58.47
Railroned ties, sawed: a69809 Other.......................... 880.017 19,762 866.817
415600 Creosoted or otherwise 9.... 1
treated ................ bd.ft. 709 36,011 4.186.209 469998 Other paer stock............lb. 300000 6.119 302,489
415900 Other..................... M bd.ft. 4 88 26,520 PAPER, RELATED PRODUCTS
WOOD MANUFACTURES AND HNlUFACTURES
Printtng paper:
Cooperage: 471200 Standard newsprint.............lb.. 5.3685,059 10,621 5.458,807
4^010 Tight staves, ne..........no.. 772,565 165.467 3,453.766 471400 Book paper, not coated.........Ib.. 15.313.394 1.379.,731 16.523,598
420150 Tight staves, used...........n..no. 61,750 2,138 *97,000 472000 Cover pcaer ......................lb.. 451,254 71,877 508,447
420200 Slack staves.................. no. 14.812 1.258 70.000 472100 Greaseproof and wateroroof
420300 Tight heading ................ set.. 20,613 13,618 491,061 prer ....... ............... lb.. 3,961.268 632,969 .36,076
4201100 Slack heading................. set., 11.940 2,977 51,700 472300 ra,nn. paper, except kraft...Ib.. 3.633,758 369,066 3.746.281
420500 Tight shooks................a.. st.. 66.516 284.972 5,056,603 472400 rafft warping paper .......... lb.... 2.642,639 197,115 2,678,146
420600 Slack shook ..................set.. 1,325 3.882 103.100 472500 Surface-coaeted paper.............lb.. 1,569,741 295.014 1,754,356
420910 Tight empty barrels, casks, Tissue and cree paper:
and hogsheads, new............ no. 5,9 7 25,214 354.283 172605 Cigarette paper (ecent cork
420950 Tight empty barrels, casks,
and hogsheads, used ........... ao. 34.046 109,033 3.033,792 paper), cifrette books, any
421401 Plywood, ero grade......... sq.ft. 24.814 4,102 24.62 ok covers .. ............l.. 2.234,765 1,043.029 2.687,017
421405 Plywood, hardwood, except aero 472698 Other tissue and crepe paper...lb, i,902,313 278,894 2,160.511
grade......... ............... sq.ft. 3,378,904 473,655 2,712.534 472800 Toilet paper..................lb.. 1.253,731 118,87 1,312.487
421407 Plywood, douglas fir, except aero 72900 Paper towels 'and napkins.........I. 348,446 38,051 376,930
grade....................... sqft. 5,727716 476.953 7,14116,968 473000 Eraft cetalner board...........lb. 6,452,888 2064,228 6,453.892
421409 Plywood, softwood, except douglas 173100 Other box board (paper board
fir and ero grade ..........so.ft, 70.658 10,050 65.492 and straubord)...............lb. 4,345,680 212,72 4,.1,627
Veners, acept aero grade: 4732Clristols and ristol board.......lb.. 1,399.682 146,759 i 49,135
421601 Fency, face, or figured..... s.ft. 6.986,005 283.373 834.102 073300 Other paerboard, except
421603 Utility or comnercil.......sq.ft. 7,329,494 165.168 1,040,840 container and oboard.......... I. ,744.473 302.302 4,903,861















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ct* Cas~ooty descrlation and unst liet ] Vale 3 Comodity eerIption and unit Net a ue 1
Io. of Iuentity quantity (dotters) (d.onttntolr teouet
(SOme (Senl) nOdo un-y unt (ol=s O
wi* 6 *'T81)

GROUP 4.-WOOD AND PAPER-Continued GROVP $.-NONMETALLIC MINERALS--Con.
PAPER, R LTED PiODICTS AD S10E, HYDRAULIC CENDIT, AND LIME
nAlfFACtPRES-Contanced 510100Marble and other building and
73500 Sheathing and eiding paper ..... )b.1 1,149,619 61.083 1,158.:75 monumental stone, rough or
873600f her insulation board (7/16 inch dressed......................CU.ft.. 9,576 21,703 1,696,144
and over to thickness) ....... sq.ft. 2.68,128 III.757 2,205.282 112700 Manufactures of stone, n~e~s..
473800 mail board of paper or pulp (if$ except crushed stone ................ .......... 24,077 629,07P
1to less than 7/16 inch in I9ydraullc cement:
thickness) ... ...... .. ft.. 2.5f8, 6 101069 ,020,778 S16400 Standard portland ............. bbl.. 573.784 1,363,443 217,340,152
474100 1"otting pper ...................ib.. I,089,S31 19,873 1,186,403 516500 shite nonsteining and other..,bbl.. 63,150 226,945 20,169,765
4750004 Fing folders, inder cards, and $17000 Concrete and cement sinufactures ............... 19,492 1,207,234
other office form?, plain or 517100 Lime............................Ib. 5,5;8,171 30.603 S,707,31:
printed ........................ lb.. 346,269 e8,239 378,554
476000 Papeteries (fancy writing GLASS AND GLASS PRODUCTS
476100 A pae, e 9 6,I, 21200 Plate glass ..................,sqgft. 3PO,613 109,905 1,I82.979
,177500 'e or hagings or wall poper,..,oll. 39,0 2331 18, 51O Cyltdr cr, ndsht
7 Pe5 bags: or3,ll1ape.30oll 39,4$ 53glas0 .... I ....... I ......... 54.tt. 3,460,341 281,343 1,729,870
477700 Heavy shipping sack type ....... Ib. 1,000,616 84,546 1,012,5 O Laminated glass nd manufacture .
477 p0g Other ......................... Its 843.482 164,809 8a4 201 52170 bulletproof glass .................. ........ 73 8,
taxes and cartons. 521790I Other ............................. ........... 15,245 87,496
47810 Havy ibe shipin conainrs521800 Rolled glass, except
7 8 1 0 0 E o e a n d f e r pa g c o n t a i n e r s 2 1 8 0 0 r e d . . . . .. . . s ~ f t 1 5 7 3 3 0 8 7 5 7 7 8 1
of corrugated or solid c:rdin.;*;.:n,,qf, 1473 0,85761
container board ............... Ib. 948,989 64.587 979,279 522000 o1ed, cylinder, crown, and
11 1........... to. 184,31 345 heet glass, obscured by
782,00 Other....................... b. 475,975 82,508 513.845 tr lor I fic79300 Envelopes....................... 18 4731 62,165 2 5,563 t on, notpr ess than / inch
4179500 Vulcanized fiber sheets, strips, tin, thess .......... 1/4t. Inch % 1817,;
Fo ts, e n I ................. 1 1 58 ,973 126 .208 546 ,19 1 2t ic k ess ............... s2,84 1 14, 1 8 1 4 10
479700 Cash-register and adding-imechtne5205Otclgas ie opha i.n. 4,95 613578
paper .......................... lb. 17,295 38,914 441,700 523098 Other glass ...... I .................. .......... 2137036 9,17 0f d s o r
479900 Paper, related products, and Unfilled glass containers:
manufactures, n.e.6 ............. lb. 6,307,984 983,407 6,674,7142 523200 Pharmaceutical and proprietary
-are ..... I......................... ..... 339,026 4.1-8,0S1
GRU .-OMTLLCM 3196 523400 Beverage bottles ........................ $90,628 19,08P,759
iROUP 5 lomETALLIC IR -523600 Other unfilled glass containers ............. 283,028 ,700,697
COAL A10 RELATED FUELS Tumblers, drinking glasses and
stemwere, plain cut, engraved,
Coo0 ital t ..........]tn 6,11 3I 4,0 G.1 .7 or otherwise decorated:
500C00 3..... 7 ........6 .ton, 30992 1, 23" 6, 9 523710 Machine-made ............ no.. 9,392,547 32E,918 4,070.418
$00800 Caancoke briquets......... 1ton. ,81 8270,0 53,9030819 523720 Mand-made ...................... no.. 109,556 30,744 96,308
50000 Coke, except petroleum coke.,.ton., 139,640 ,463,793 312,803,286 Table adkichen gasewaed
PETROEUM AD nie~s., Plain, cut, engraved,
PETROLEUM AND PRODUCTS or otherwise decorated:
501103 Crude petroleum (except motor fuels) 524012 Machine-made ................... noJ, 7,367,615 587,299 5,655.257

501107 del rh e ne .... 2,404,653 3,920,75 723,293,192 52018 Hand-rade ...... no 21l,617 90,202 279,318
501t0 t Oil$) net o tle ss cethuba-n 525500ILasip Chimney, and lnengoe .......
c a n ..l s) n ess than 526100 Globes and shades for lighting 43,666 169,9 14
501t98 oe t d e P et.leum o ., 630,786 1.172,71S 135,898,118 fi tures ....... 7,984424,040
.ot a . . . . . . . . . . .. P O I 1 7 ,7 1 1 8 9 1 2 1 0 C e m i c a l 0 l a s s w a r e . . . . . . . b 7 , 7 2
n.es ......................... bbl. 419,9R6 528.731 13,071146 529200 Glass electric insulators ........ lb.. 386,821 32,19 36,71
501200 Naturefne gaso ine................Dbl. 69,372 188,749 18,326,027 $29900 Other gleaware ..................... .......... 397,148 2,564,55
Motor fuel and gasoline: CA N LYPOUT
501325 Blending agents of petroleum 530300 Fire cl Ay .....................AN.ton. 6,30 8 7,688 1 ,0R7, 87
origin ..................... gai. 29,703 9,808 255,777 5300907 Kaolin (chine clay) ........... .ton.. 930 11.92E 2090,13
Aviation ator fuels: 530912 Other clays ................... ].ton" 6,6 6 182,7 9 1,913,7 8
si01M608 High octane motor f el ...bb 106,867 502,582 27,643,688 Pottery: ... .n, 6,6he 182,7b9 1
50198 Medu octane motor $32000 Tbe and kitchen article
fuels..................bb.. 280810 78975 72,653,838 San i ............doz. 274,546 612,539
501707 Other motor fuel and .,San7tary arti le s:
gasolinea................... bbl. 514,135 1,47,807 135,029,323 533200 Closet bowls and water-closet
501798 Other motor fuel and I sets .................... Piece.. 12.059 139,423 P94.173
gasoline. ee............ bbl 1,693,807 9,5%6,305 43E,822,112 5333001 Lavatories, sinks, etc .... piece., 5,941 80,789 394,328
501900 eptha, mineral spirits, 533400 Sanitary fixtures and
solvents, and other finished fittings, and parts, n.e.e ...... .......... 26,750 107,191
light products ............... bbl.. 89,221 351,818 25,861,776 Electrical porcelain:
5020 Krsen. 50s,23t 2 1 6 533500 For less then 6,600 colts .... lb.. 393,e77 69,228 448,343
503000 Gassoil ......................ditllate fuel 0 0 533600 For 6,600 volts and over ..... lb.. 23F,948 47,767 296,625
oil .......................bbl.. 2,421,060 4,007,939 733,196,533 533800 Other pottery .........*******.. *......... 195,738 49P,606
5 ubricaltfn oil..bbl. 239,069 248,948 77,296,704 Firebrick;
503300 Lbricatind al .............ois bbl. 536100 Chrome brick and shapes ........ lb. 1,527,831 56,354 1,535,621
503300 Red and pale................ 131,598 1,177,840 44,303,168 536200, Magnesite brick and shapes.... lb.. 2,439,i24 100,356 2,528,916
03400 Black ....................... bbl, 16,437 192,938 5,916,748 Silica brick:
Cylinder: 5363001 Standard 9-inch series ........ M. 326 19,769 1,855,034
503510 Bright stocks .............bbl 22,443 178,441 5,069,132 536400 Other shapes .................. N., 601 58,130 4,501,357
50352 ta e stocks......bbl. 16,78 I ,281 5,669,948 Fire-clay br ck:
503800 sm a in orstsormer 536600 Standard 9-inch series........M. 2,623 162,566 17,543,160
00 i u etng .......................o n 55294 198,812 4,644,342 536700 Other apes ..................N. 1,203 117,153 8,647,513
5 igtion lubricating oils in 5368003Firebrck, n:es............... lb. 4,710,183 IP9,819 5,082,700
small packages .............igald 1,379 45,415 473,963 536900 Other brick ..................... M. 185 9,277 1.112,881
Aviation .ubricating oils: 537000 Earthen floor and wall
504001 High viscosity jden tiles ....................... sq.tt. 273,218 75,187 931,999
grade ....................bbl.. 98,395 1,386,318 33,179,613 High temperature or refractory
fi09003 Medson viscosity index cement:
grade....... ........... bbl. 191,691 2,527,959 64.96 ,711 537505 Chromite base mixtures ......... b 327, 2 0 7 .63 371,896
504098 Lubricating oils, n.e.s .......... 79,E S 933,360 2 ,005,088 3759 8 Other.......................... 1.. 1 956,5 6 6 18 6 2,0 4, 5 6
604I00 Lubricating grepses, except 9 537900 Other terra-cotta and tr..
graphite lubricants............. Ib 7,666,373 534,983 8,832 5 manufacturers ..................... .. .......... 331053 1, 8,4 2 6
504200 Petroleum and petroleum jelly .... lb.. 5,020,150 398,677 ac086,619
504300 L iquefied petroleum gases ........ lb.. I,278,241 168,754 14,642,265 OTHER NCONETALLIR MINERALS,
50500 Unrefined ...................... lb., 6,533,696 326,72D 7,7PE18 OAbraives:
5046001 Refined and semi-refined ... .b. 10,041,P22 633 932 10,22P.884 50500 heels of e ery and corundum...ib 19,6 10,66 23,77
50700 Petroleum asphalt............,ton., 23,023 574,560 55,142,024 5406001 Grindstones .................... lb. 569,427 34.996 8,612
50800 Petroleum coke ................J.ton,. 2,507 330,81 59708,074 50905 Daodgaigwhes s..ls 98 1590,369
D20,a~rlgs.... c.22 -1 1710, i a.mond id in whtl .....08,16g
5059200 atur l ga s ........... .....N cu .ft. 1,13,2 2 106 ,444 E6 ,685 ,454 5409 10 O tacond dust ..- ........... b carat.. ,0 7 5 ,206
05900iPetro eum products, rn.e.s.......gal 262,F80 122,03P 2,043,012 S40020 Emery powder.. ................ lb., 9, 11 3,3 50 52,,1 6












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Corn- Comity Commodity description and unit met Value 5p g clo Commodity description and omit Net Walee 5
Co. ot quantity quantity (dollars) (pounds) No. of quantity goantity ( oll rs) p nt

(Sche (Sc es
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GROUP 5.-NOPMETALLIC MINERALS-Con GROUP 5.-NOMMETALLIC MIIMERALS.--Con.
OTHER NOMETALLIC MINERALS, OTHER NONETALLIC MINERALS,
IhCLUDING PRECIOUS--Continued INCLUDING PRECIOUS--Continued
Abrasives-Continued 596098 Other nonmetallic mineral
540998 Other natural abrasives, hones, products, except precious ........... .......... 455,991 143,018,324
and whetstones ................ lb.. 5,157,233 133.352 5,288,020 599005 Diamonds suitable only for
54 t rs ..............lb.. 38629 12,826 391,361 ............... t.. 2532 36.3
!91198 Artificial abrasives, crudeI $9c008 Precious, semiprecious, synthetic,
and in grains, except steel and Imitation stones, n.e.s ........ ........... 251,410 1,5
abrasives ..................... lb.. 3,078,922 271,642 3,168,979 GROUP 6-METALS AsD NUFAC541 200 Wheels of artificial TRU .-EASAUMHFC
abrasives .....................,lb.. 66,9 79,01 835,605 T11 RE S, EXCEPT MACHINERY AD 7 7l
541300 Steel wool ..................... lb. 71,90 ,82 VEHICLES ............ .. .......... ,9S9.7 1 1,178,792,714
541800 Abrasive paper and cloth.....ream.. 18,679 291,164 776,276
541900 Other artificial abrasives, IRON ORE
hones and whetstones .......... Ib. 145,962 56,264 177.85 600100 Iron ore ...................... I.tom. 42,093 132.,31 94,636,100
Asbestos:
Unmanufactured, crude and fiber: IRON AND STEEL SENINaliUFACTURES
545105 Fibers, 3/8 inch or more in
length ................... I.ton.. 342 34,766 777,760 600700 Pig iron ...................... l.ton., II,825 369,236 26,491,5M
595196 Other ..................... I.ton.. 49 5,96. 111,117 Iron and steel scrap:
545300 Paper, milboard, and 601020 N0.1 heavy setting .......... I.ton. 1,006 16,676 2.255,W"8
roll board .................... 65,175 6,348 71,883 601030 o.2setting .................ton. 943 19,385 20t1,3to
545400 Pipe covering and cement ....... lb. 367,481 20,106 362,587 601040 Hydraulically compressed
545510 Textiles and yarn .............. lb.. 34.307 24,178 36,526 and bated .................. I.ton .......... ......... ..............
54550 Packing ........................1b.. 390,397 230,853 483,116 601070 Cast and burnt iron scrap...t.ton. 195 3,292 434.15
Brake lining: 601090 Other ....................... l.ton. 619 1.789 1,379,093
545600 Molded end seamlolded ........ lb., 212,871 159,695 266,983 601100 Tin-plate scrap ............... l.ton. 4( 709 81,500
545700 Woven .................... lin.ft.. 20,482 13.416 19,613 601300 Tin-plate circles, strips,
Clutch facing: cobbles, and scroll shear
545810 Molded and semisolded ........ no., 84,946 34,079 52,290 butts ........................ I.ton. 889 5,728 2.012,9S
595830 woven ........................ no.. 11,071 6,053 7,982 601400 Waste, waste tin-plate ........ I.ton. 1,911 193,871 %,290,821
Brake blocks: 501500 Terne-plate clippings and
545901 Molded and sealmolded ........ Ib. 30,918 24,047 38,173 scrap ........................ I.ton. 98 6,012 240.460
545905 Woven ........................th. 1,109 818 1,179 Steel ingots, bloos, billets,
5.915 Sheets .........................lb. 427,786 29,636 49.335 slabs, sheet bars, and tin-plate
546998 Asbestos manufacturesn.e~s .... lb.. 1,289,869 95,598 1,321,145 bars:
Asphalt and bitumen, natural, INot Containing alloyexcept petroleum asphalt: 601605 Iron and steel ingots....... ton ......... .......... ..............
547000 Unmanufactured .............. I.ton.. 8,934 264,774 20,871,570 601606 Steel billets, blooes, and
547100 Manufactures, n e.s............lb.. 9,451,162 167,912 10,355,582 slabs ................... .ton. 16,121 68,187 36,127.165
Graphite, natural: 601609 Iron and steel sheet bars,
547201 Ceylon amorphous ............... lb. 5,82S 501 6,536 and tin-plate bars ....... ).ton. 5,089 244,994 11,41,7U
967203 Flake, crystalline, loop Alloy steel, including stainlesI
or chip ....................... lb.. 4,415 997 5,296 601705 Iron and steel ingots ..... I.ton. 25 1,297 li,800
547298 Other natural graphite .........lb.. 258,69 9,972 271,646 601706 Steel billets, blooms, and
Carbon or graphite products: slabs .................... I.ton. 959 70,854 2,150,520
547300 Electrodes for furnace or 601700 Iron and steel sheet bars,
electrolytic work ............b.. 2,290,147 272,$26 2,911,948 and tin-plate bars ....... I.ton., 756 29.233 1,692,830
547900 Brushes and stock .................. .......... 48,777 32,54 Iron and steel bars and rods:
547800 Lighting carbons ............... no. ,170174 59,251 69,388 602Oo Steel bars. cold finished ...... tb. 6,813,278 295,044 6,905,519
58098 Carbon or graphite products,.;e... ........ 175,689 1,159,698 602100 Iron bars ...................... lb. 1,924,911 8,250 1,929,519
Gypsum and manufactures: 602200 Concrete reinforcement bars .... lb. 51.557,368 1.%63,168 51,562,956
548300 Crude, crushed or ground .... I.ton. 49 693 108,196 Other steel bars and rods (hot
5l4t400 Calcined (plaster of rolled):
paris) ..................... .ton. 437 18116 1,017,891 602300 Not containing alloy ......... lb. 59,01,428 1.787,023 59,075,987
546500 Plaster board and 602500 Stainless steel .............. Ih. 41,802 14,052 17,853
wall board ...............q.ft. ,82,595 77,938 2,973,912 602600 Alloy steel, except
548700 Other .......................... ... 21,036 1,031.356 stainless ...................Ib. 10.181,415 'IN .464 10,211,660
549000 Rock wool and other seal-rigid 602900 trlre rods ...................... Ib. 25,964,436 662,053 25,967,351
and .fill" mineral insulating Iron and steel plates, sheets,
materials, except glass wool ....... .**...... 87,747 1,988.543 skelp, and strips:
Nie: 603000 Boiler plate ................... lb. 5.131,627 135.072 5,132,151
551000 Unsanufactured ................. 1b., 22,808 1,033 23,263 603110 Containing no alloy ............ lb. 64,725,919 1.577,639 51.739.871
Manufactured and manufactures: 603150 Stainless steel .............. Ib. 96,411 33,966 100,88
551200 Ground or pulverized ........... lb.. 161,718 7,426 165,224 603190 Alloy steel, except
551300 Other .......................... Ib.. 12,239 23,811 19,230 stainless ................... lb. 6,666.516 202.156 6.672,S5
Sulfur: 603200 $kelp iron or steel............ lb. 24.905,208 546,370 24,914,73
571400 Crude ....................... .ton., 54,888 1,008,871 122,982,252 Iron and steel sheets.
$71600 Crushed, ground, refined, galvanized:
sublimed, and flowers ......... lb.. 8,162,949 271,126 8.329,230 603300 Iron sheet$ .................. lb. 1502,,22 G 3
572250 Magnesite and magnesia, and 603S00 Steel sheets................. lb 389714,321 1.681.779 38,d63:22
manufactures .................... lb., 1,146,134 76,051 1,212,692 4 Steel sheets, black, ungalvanized:
572400 Salt............................. Ib.. 28,097,822 113,785 28.421,956 603510 lot containing altoy ......... tb. 126.378,640 %,41%.070 127,007.591
573600 Tele, steatite, soapstone, 608550 Stainless steel .............. Ih. 267,087 115,656 317.316
and pyrophyllite, crude 603bo Alloy steel exeptstainless..Ib. 7,059.00 456,9039 7.38,5S05
and ground ................... I.ton.. 1,069 3%,186 2.432,069 603600 Iron sheets, black ............. Ib. 2,54,064 96.736 2,511S,794
588000 Charcoal.except anmal charcoal..lb., 384,252 8,629 342,56 Strip, hoop, band, and scroll
Quartz crystal: Iron and steel:
Plew electric: Cold rolled, containing no
596001 Raw .............................. .......... a5l 2 7lloy:
598002 Plates, resonators. and 603711 Iron and steel strip .......1lb. 8.616,636 465,006 8.782.691
oscillators .................... ..I....... 1i698 37 60371 Iron and steel oop, band,
$96003 Freouency control units.......... .......... 1,878 108 and scroll ................lb. 1,643,89 109.228 1.675,011
Optical: Cold rolled, stainless steel:
696006 Raw .............................. .......... .......... ............. 603751 Iron and steel strip .......lb. 47004 114,437 178,369
595000 Plates, lenes, and priso ....... .......... 499 5 603738 Iron and steel hoop, band,
Cryolite: and scroll ................b. .......... .......... ..............
596010 Natural ........................ lb.. 228,878 28,758 210.396 Cold rolled, alloy steel
596015 Artificial ..................... Ib._ 5.70 685 6,034 except stainless:
Fluorspar: 603791 Steel strip ............... lb. 356,308 83.315 38 5 80
596021 Acid grade ..................... lb._ 0,000 2,083 60,600 603793 Iron and steel hoop, band,
596023 Other grades .......***...**.... 10t 2 26 and roll ................IN. 1,976 9e 2.166
596025 Minerl wax (except paraffin Not rolled-,containin no alloy:
eex)2............................l7.. 2729 38,74 22516 6038 Iron ad stel ,trip ....... th. 16.697,10 504,851 i6,715,0, 0
596095 kyanite and aIlied mineals, crude 6038181 Iron and steel hoop, bnd,
ground, or calcined.......,,ton.. 42 1,622 92,814 and acrolIt................t, l. 047.376 44,416 1.053,738










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coo Commodity description and unit Not Value t Coar0iity description and unit Not value
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GROUP 6.-METALS AND MANUFACTURES, GROUP 6,-METALS AND MANUFACTURES,
EXCEPT MACHINERY AND VEHICLES- EXCEPT MACHINERY AND VEHICLESContinued Continued

IRON AND STEEL SENIMANVFACTRES- IRON AND STEEL SEMIMANUFACTURESContinued Continued
Iron And steal plates, etc.-Con. Nails and bolts (iron and steel)
Strip, hoop, band, and scroll (except railroad)
iron and steel--ontinued 609200 Wire nails ..................... lb., 6,004,564 321,899 8.390.018
Not rolled, painless stool: 609300 Horseshoe nail ................ lb. 576.593 87,339 645.5l
603851 Iron and steel strip ......Ib, 21,67 7,186 22.009 50900 Tacks (except thumbtacks).. lb., 726,029 119,00 ] 15.027
603858 Iron and stoel hoop, band, and 609500 Other nails end staples ........ lb.. 1,589.3711 135,856 1.703,802
scroll .................... r_.................................. .09900 Bolts, machine screws, nuts.
Not rolled, alloy stool except rivets, and washers (except
stainless: railroad) ..................... lb. 7,345.756 929,97 7,855,8t5
603891 Steel strip ................ It. 66,074 16,952 686.87 Castings and forging, iron and
6039 Iron and steel hoop, band, stool:
end scroll ................ lb.. 1,669 219 1.669 610000 ingot casting molds ............ lb. 1,564,640 29,676 1,565.740
604100 Tin-plate asd toggers- tin ..... lb. 58,527,183 3,147.554 61.075.87 610100 Gray-iron castings ...........lb. 100,09 l|.955 1.069,60
606200 Terneplate (long tires 610200 Malleable-Iron castings ........ 11. 769,323 9.796 796,5 6
Included) ..................... lb.. 6,323,587 275,516 6,678,626 Steel castings:
Structural iron and steel: 61010 Containing no alloy .......... 11., 09,258 15,725 914,386
604300 Water. oil, gas. end other unlined 610490 Alloy steel (stainless
storage tanks, complete and included) ................... lb. 168,07 26,172 171,770
knocked-wdown material. for Railway car wheels, tires, and
temporary or permanent Islas:
Installation, n.e.s ........... lb., 5,262.910 361.859 5,500,0112 610515 Rallway car wheels, except
Structural shapes: locomotive .................. lb. 1,580,421 265,299 6,586,063
506500 except fabricated ......... I.ton.. 40,010 2.264,754 89,565.958 610518 Railway car tires and )oco606600 Fabricated ................ l.ton.. 7,665 1.16 ,358 17,355.338 motive car wheels ........... lb.. 5,614,169 331.522 5,614.699
60700 Plates, fabricated, punched or 610525 Ralweay car soles, without
shaped ..................... lb.. 1.792.650 175,086 4,796,435 wheels, except locomotive...lb.. 1,097,822 55,1609 1,098,496
606600 Metal loth ..................... lb.. 635,966 52,886 660,226 610528 Rallway locomotive car axles,
606900 sash and frames, ironor steel..Ib.. 238,663 25,859 253,550 without wheels .............. lb,, 73,932 6,466 73,989
605000 Sheet piling ................l.. tb,. 1,937,752 55,352 1,937,762 610535 Railway car axles fitted with
Railway-track material iron and wheels, except locomotive...lb., 616,18 32871 915,869
steel: 610538 Railway car axles, fitted
Rails: with wheels, locomtive..... lb. 19,150 3,732 19,153
605100 60 pounds and over 610600 horseahoes and mule soos ...... lb_ 500,558 32,727 537,204
per yard ................ l.ton.. 26,579 1,4i,504 59,349,696 Iron and steel orgingS, n.es.:
605200 Under 60 pounds per yard..I.ton.. 3,615 212,829 7,725,686 610700 Containing no alloy .......... lb.. 3,218.565 199,663 3.285.665
605300 Relaying rails ..........l.ton. 2,610 82.198 5,398.339 0BO0O Alloy steel (stainless
60500 Rail joints, splice bars, fish- Included) ................... lb.. 1.246.288 05,29 1,270,721
plates, and tieplates ......... lb.. 6,078.397 1589,30 6,090,877
605500 Switches, frogs, and crossings..lb.. 561,082 48,155 566,132 IRON AND STEEL MANUFACTURES
605800 Railroad spikes ................ lb.. 1,956,075 96,396 2,060,565
605900 Railroad bolts, nuts, washers, Cutlery:
and nut locks ................. lb. 1.4865,566 141,376 1,566,281 611200 Rotor$, safety, except
Tubular products and fittings, electric .................. doz.. 59,253 77,302 57,6311
iron sod steel: 611300 Safety-razor blades ........ c(100).. 309.661 306,352 155,710
Boiler tubes: 611400 Scissors, shears, snd
606000 Seamless ................. lb.. 5,823,261 377,060 5,860,129 snips, n.e.s ............. doz.. 24,76 92,365 44,327
606100 Welded... .................l b.. 310.766 26.965 31111,61 611500 Table cutlery, except spoonsdoz., 29,123 71,887 63,006.
Casing and oil-line pipe: 611600 8utchers, and kitchen knives,
604200 Seamless .................. lb., 28.910,962 1,535,051 28,931,750 forks, cleavers, and stels..doz. 20,070 60,117 51,672
606300 Welded .................... lb.. 11,184.575 509,710 11,201,995 611820 Machine knives, except metal6060 Seamless black pipe. except cutting .................... no. 15,8816 19,38 57,161
casing, oil-line, and boller..Ib.. 2,411,507 121,013 2,412,037 611900 Other cutlery and parts.......... .. ..... 30,112 78,291
atS00 alleable-iron screwed pipe Hollow ware:
fittings ...................... lb.. 720,609 168,783 761,168 612100 Tin and galvanized hollow
606600 Cast-iron screwed pipe were ...................... lb.. 1.238,661 167,159 1.308,791
fittings ................... lb. 132.471 19,161 136,805 612200 Tin cans, finished or
609705 Cost-iron pressure pipe ........ lb. 7,99,790 213,075 8,000,92 unfinished ................. lb.. 3,300,761 611,109 3,799,550
606798 Caut-iron pressure pipe Enameled ware, iron or steel:
fittings ...................lb. 6647,695 65,271 152,301 612400 Bathtubs .................... no. 781 27,5M11 316,276
608605 Cast-iron soil pipe ............ lb. 46,792 18,233 164,917 612500 Lavatories, sinks, and other
606698 Cast-iron soil pipe fittings...1b. 106,190 8.679 107,125 plumbing fixtures ............. no.. 3,119t 115,873 1,119,92
Welded black pipe: 612600 Table, household, kitchen, and
607000 Steel ........................ lb. 6,175,602 302,300 6,182,601 hospital utensils, and hollow
607100 Wrought iron ................. lb. 756,208 15,357 756,88 or flat ware .................. lb.. 1,358,178 62360 1,608,175
Welded galvanized pipe: Metal furniture and fixtures:
607200 Steel ........................ lb. 12,974,24 725,161 12,990,009 612900 Sheet-metal storage cabinets,
607300 Wrought Iron ................. lb. 1,096,762 67.982 1,098.592 medicine cabinet, and
607705 Iron and steel pipe, n.e.s ..... 7,667,012 665,012 7,716.320 lockers .................... no.. 1,371 20.222 65,111
607798 All other iron and steel pipe 613000 Sheet-metal shelving and wall
fittings, n.e.s ............... lb. 2.211,849 182,905 2,339,206 bins ........................................ 12,185 101,266
Wire and manufactures: 613100 Sheet-metal filing cases with
608100 Iron or steel wire. uncoated...l b. 11,253.743 525.270 11,309,379 exposed drawers, except
906200 Galvanized wire ............... 1 8,212.55 691,772 P,269,0221 insulated .................. no.. 925 26,391 69,965
608300 Barbed wire .................... 1,36,709 193,421 1,435.860 613250 Sheet-metal filing csaes with
608600 Woven-wire fencing ............. lb. 776,330 66,629 779,861 exposed drawers ............... no.. 677 63.878 155,117
Woven-wire screen cloth, of all 613350 Fire resistive safes and vault,
metals and alloys: doors, insulated .............. no., 258 18,525 iIS,554
608610 Insect ....................... jb.. 156,243 31,369 176,94S 61300 Bank vaults, doors, and Interior
608690 Other ........................ lb.. 485,180 135.432 508,814 equipment ................................... .1 9 17,125
Wire rope and wire strand: 613500 Other office and store furnl608710 Wire rope and cable, except ture, fixtures. and parts ................... 55,897 161,292
inaslated ................... lb.. ,810,833 871,998 5,291.210 613600 Metal beds and bed springs .... no.. 13,717 90,601 901,278
608750 Wire strand .................. III 335,824 38,696 369,368 613700 Other metal furniture and parts,
608800 Electric welding rods and (whether or not upholstered) ................ 102,230 332,957
wire ....................... lb. 1,766,21 171,035 1,871,376 Cooking and heating stoves, except
Other iron and steel wire and electric:
manufactures: 613900 Coal and wood cooking and room609101 gale ties..... .... lb. 108,3111 8.103 108,367 heating stoves ................ no. 71 20.902 113,934
609103 Welding rods and wire of iros 611300 2sn stoves, ranges, and room
or steel, except olectric..Ib. 500,358 41,708 517,619 6 and water heaters............ 1o ,80 166,356 648,075
609109 Coated wire, iron and steel, K61110 kerosene cooking stoves ........ no. 10,220 87,264 385,880
n.e.s....................lb. 565.190 90,27 618,911 614500 Kerosene room and water
609198 Other wire end mnafufctures..lb. 1.90:1,722 362,2711 2,039,311 heaters ...................... no. q,206 56,685 168,931















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Cos- Comocn- nodCommodity description and unit let Value g cde Comodity description and unit met Valve we gh
co. of quantity quantity (dollars) ( s 1. of quantity uantity dollarss) (
No. (pounds) No.pou-5
(Sched- (SChedde 6) e__ 8)

GROUP 6.-METALS AND MANUFACTURES. GROUP 6.-METALS AoND MAtNUFACTURES,
EXCEPT MACHINERY AND VERICLES- EXCEPT MACHIERY AND VEHICLES-Continued Continued

IRON AND STEEL MANUFACTURES-Con. IRON AND STEEL NAIIUFACTUIIRES-Con
Cooking and heating stoves,etc.-Con. Automatic scales, except
614600 Gasoline stoves and room and coin-operated:
water heaters.................no. 2,138 22,033 45.028 619510 Bathroom.......................no. 1.133 2,906 9,300
619700 Parts of gas, kerosene, and 619590 Other......,..................no. 424 39,856 56,492
gasoline stoves and heaters................. 74,793 195.683 619700 Precision scales, laboratory
Central heating equipment: balances and weights............ no. 1,555 33.158 338,689
514800 House-heating boilers and 619800 Scales and balances, n.e.s .......no. 5.311 162,063 502.S48
ware-air furnaces.............no., 128 20,391 153,975 620000 Wood screws, iron or
614900 House-heating radiators.....sq.ft. 7,550 3,145 32,017 steel only................,gross.. 399,587 99,795 370,924
615000 Domestic conversion oil burners and Metal drums and containers for oil,
oil-fired boilers ........... no.. 1,441 111,485 168,996 gas, other liquids and solids:
615100 Industrial conversion oil burners 620520 Filled......................... lb. 6,669,378 498.507 ..............
and oil-fired boilers.........no. 240 33,209 49,048 620540 Unfilled ...................... b. 7,143,720 759.673 7,147.586
615220 Domestic and industrial oil Other iron and steel manufactures:
burner parts ................................ 89,779 122,761 620905 Fence posts, iron or steel..... lb. 206,417 10,541 206,132
615280 Other domestic cooking and heating 620907 Tool bit blanks, iron or steel..lb. 1,998 3.64 2.28-0
equipment, and parts.......................... 138,908 546,050 620909 Unfabricated tie stock whether
Tools: or not sheared to length...... 1. 16,810 o 1,278 17,176
615300 Anes, broad and hand..........doz. 5,219 60,605 254,119 620915 Lined steel tanks..............lb. 121,344 35.199 129,264
615420 Hlack-saw blades, hand- 620933 Carbonyl iron powder...........lb_ 22,80 20.437 23.928
operated................gross.. 20,445 127.278 154,455 620998 Iron and steel manufactures, n.O.. ...........1,074,277 6,m32,603
615515 Circular diamond saws.......no 187 309 218
615517 Circular saws, not metal-cutting FERRO-ALLOYS
except diamond................ no. 4,850 43,892 53,582 6203Ferrenganee................. 2870 18
615520 Steel band, pit drag, and mill 621303 Ferraanganese.................... 25.7 1,735 273,755
saws, woodworking.............no. 7,926 76,041 116,q410O 621305 Spiegeleisen.....................lb. 3.201,020 55,53 3,2I,020
615605 Diamond saws, except circular..no., .......... .......... ............. 622050 Ferrochrome ..................... lb. 238,608 37.293 239,032
615698 Crosscut, hand, back, and Other ferro-alloys:
other saws and perts, n.e.s ................. 257,030 372,248 622085 Ferrmelybdenum ................ lb. 20,7 .12.3161 21398
615710 Augers, bits, gimlets, gimlet 622087 Ferrovanadium................ lb., 500 949 s4
bits, and counter sinks, wood- 622090 Ferrophosphorous ...............b. 234,280 9,739 24 %627
working......................doz.. 7,658 45,497 42,706 622092 Ferrosilicon................... lb. 471,746 21,852 496,278
Files and rasps: 622095 Ferrotitaniue and ferrocaron615810 'inder 7 inches In length ....doz. 105,560 136,873 208,019 titaniums...................lb. 74.040 10.938 75.019
615850 7 inches and over in 622096 Ferrotungsten..................lb............ ......... .............
length.....................doz.. 78,480 202,929 440,!03 622098 Other ferro-alloys.............lb. 50.736 6,312 58,74
615900 Hay and manure forks..........doz. 1,030 15.078 49,558ALIN N ANFC ES
616000 Hammers end hatchets..........doz.. 15,499 116,682 419,751 ALUMIUM AND AUFACTURES
616100 Hand hoes, rakes, forks, Aluminum, aluminum alloys
n.e.s .....................doz.. 16,123 82,051 453,665 (including duralumi n):
616200 Shovels, spades, scoops and 029000 Bauxite and other aluminum
drainage tools..............doz.. 10,031 107,366 527,788 ores...................... .ton. 8,57 82,548 14,004,20
616300 Vises..........................n.. 7,343 49,652 194,099 629500 Bauxite concentrates
616400 Automotive wrenches and parts.............. 77,120 118,086 (including alumina)........ )ton. 43 4,316 968. 6
616500 Wrenches, and parts, n.e.s........ .......... 229,767 420,277 630000 Aluminsm and alloys in ingots,
616820 Hand-operated screw plates, slabs, or other crude fores... lb. 356,S67 41.937 3,926
bolt dies, taps, tap wrenches, 630100 Aluminum scrap................ lb. 198i.721 1.589 202,836
and parts......................... .......... 150,785 109,162 630301 Sheets, plates and strips...... b., 135,4" 43,466 165.9
616920 Ifand-operated pipe stocks and 6303051 Rods and bars..................lb. 8,693 2,371 9.8
dies, die stocks, dies, #3U400 Aluminum fall and leaf.........lb. 83,218 41,99 0,6
bushings, and parts............... .......... 76,452 104,617 630500 Tubes, molding, castings.
617000 Hand-operated pipe cutters and and other shapes............. Ib, 178,484 50,30 198,8050
other metal-cutting tools, end 630700 Table, kitchen, and hospital
parts, n.e.s..................... .......... 68,740 87,328 utensils....................lb.- 125,424 1 I9,809 19.799
617200 Slip joint pliers.............doz.. 4,169 13,152 26,286 630850 Alumlauns or aluminum-bronze
617300 Other pliers, pincers, nippers, powders and pastes, aein
and splicing clamps..........doz.. 9,013 78,798 110,938 content.....................c.lb. 60,12 3,691 74,4183
617720 Hand drill and reamer operating 630998 Aluminum and alumlin alloy
devices, bit braces, and parts.... .......... 95,652 130,267 manufactures, n.e.s......................... 1,301.278 4,139,387
617810 Hand-operated planes, chisels.,
gauges, and other cutting tools COPPER AND NANUFACTURES
and parts, except etal-cutting............. 68,384 104,954 6 0Coper ore, etrats, matte,
Other hand tools and parts, n.e.s,: 4 Copper r, concentrates, atte
617890 Gauges, for use in measuring and unrefined copper as blister,
inspecting precision parts..no. 9,050 25.958 12,174 converter copper, or anodes,
617891 Tools incorporating industrial cooper content................c.lb. 1,59s 283 1,731
diamonds, s.e.s.............no. 1.449 14,327 1,729 641200 Refined cooper in cathodes, billets,
617895 Hechanics' hand tools, Ignots, bare. or other form...... 10,411,889 1,257,534 10,41q.956
and parts, n.e.s.......................... 477,750 549,332 641300 Old and scrap copper.............1. 124.208 12,668 i,244
617896 Tool grinders, emery wheel 642200 Copper plees and tubes........... 816,752 1G57593 1,001,729
dressers.................... lb. 37,489 19.258 42,621 642300 Copper plates, sheets, and
617898 Other hand tools and parts ................ 543,722 1,s13.I512 strips......................... lb. 1,160,851 24.,883 1,266 98
Hardware: 642400 Cooper rods...................... lb. 4,101.622 607,387 4e227.157
617900 Padlocks, iron, steel, brass, 642500 Copper wire, bare...............lb. 1,379,072 222,427,446t 3
and bronze ................... doz. 76,611 186,331 267,984 insulated copper wire and cable:
618000 Door locks and loch sets of iron, 643000 Rubber-covered wire..........lb. 783,622 234,348 8S8.565
steel, brass, and bronze .....doz. 8,194 109,603 182.129 643100 Weatherproof vire ............ lb. 286.498 62,433 31406
61I800 Cabinet and other locks of iron, 643500 Other insulated cooper
steel, brass, and bronze.....doz. 34,941 69.271 75,896 wire.......................... 2.751,462 780.190 3,191.921
618200 Hinges sd butts, iron or Copper munitions:
steel.....................doz.pr, 19g,465 192.871 589.773 643911 Rotating bands for sells ...lb. ................................
6183006 Other builders' hardware.................... 123,278 333,575 643919 Other........................lb .......... ......... ..............
618450 Furniture casters.......................... 22,9147 76,626 643998 Copper manufactures, n.es.................. 79,237 225.398
618490 Other furniture hardware, iron
and steel.................................. 2.256 74,135 IRASS AND0 BROZE MAUt FACTURES
518500 Saddlery and harness hardware,
iron S d steel............................ 15.286 30,307 644000 Brass and bronze scrap and old...lh. 68.797 8,344 77, 94
618600 Car and marine hardware..................... 177.901 245,.720 44100 grass and bronze ingots..........lb. 8,.355 120,560 890, 104
618800 Hardware, n.e.s................... ........... 169,146 59056 64480 BOrass and bronze bars, rods, and 1
SI8900 Sewing-machine needles..........N. 7917 97,e 12,52 fnised shafting............. b.- 65.842 143.443 72,883
19000 Needles, n.e.s....................N. 3.458 54.9S2 4,34 644805 Orass and bronze blanks.......... ,389 960 1,658
619100 Sprocket and other power transeis- 645000 Bress and bronze Plates, sheets,
sion chains, iron nnd steel....,t. 442,928 137.981 470.818 and strips...................... lb. 39%.931 109,886 433,33
619200 Chalns, iron and steel, n.e.s.... lb. 1,308,460 197.977 1,363,446 645300 1rass a"dbronze pipes ndtubes..,lb., 303.407 89,101 368,045














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om. Comit Commdlty descretion and unit t Value Sty Commodity description and unit Net Va1.e Shipoing
Commoit 4en tiOu andn In~ Net, ad s weight code we Iue~p~~e~h
of a(tou nds) (dollars) of quantity quantity (5)
(Scus. (SenseGROUP 6,-METALS AND MANUFACTURES, GROUP 6.- METALS AlO MANUFACTURES,
EXCEPT MACHINERY AND VEHICLES- EXCEPT MACHINERY AND VEHICLESCont inued Cont inued

BRASS M BROhZE MANUFACTURES-Con. OTHER NONFERROUS ORES, METALS,
64lit30 brass sad bronze vipe ALLOYS, EXCEPT PRECIOUS-Con.
fittings.................. lb 59.949 55,784 68.336 663700 Vanadium ore and concentrates..c.lb. .............
66i600 Plebabrs' brass goods............b 188132 86.302 206.268 663701 Vanadium ore and concentrates845700 Wire, bare and insulated, quantity only.................1b...................................
brass or bronze...............lb 510.939 169,691 567.282 663800 Magnesium metal in primary
8645800 rass oead crews...........gross 21.266 15.969 23,743 for ...........................l.. 300 96 311
6116500 Hinges and butts, brass or 663900 Tungsten metal, satellite, wire,
brona...................dorp 2.536 3.822 1.769 shapes. and alloys............lb.. 20.033 99.233 22,364
646900 hardware, brass or bronze, .e..... .......... 16,293 20.648 Ores and concentrates, n.e..:
Other brass and bronze manufactures: 664501 Antimony....................lb.. 12.275 2.358 12,691
647901 branc And bronze die stocks, shims, 664505 Beryllium..........I..........lb. 1O 10 204
bearings, and bushings........lb.. 42.656 32.232 47.238 664510 Bismuth matte, slimes, resi647905 Brass and bronze fabrications does, and base bullion......lb...................................
for monitIons...............lb.. 344.917 56,523 382.609 664615 Cadmium dross, flue dest,
790 rrass and bronze structural esidues, and scrap...........lb.. 206.280 17,034 206,280
shaoes.......................... .........6..............64520 Chromiium or chromite...........lb.. 5.365,500 70.137 5.365,885
617911 trass and bronze sta5pings. lb 2,IS 3,579 2.363 664525 Cobalt.........................Ib................................
647913 Brass and bronze castings 69530 Columbium or niobios...........lb...................................
and forgings..............lb. 66,142 21.951 68.946 664540 Manganese ores and concentrates,
647919 Brass A0 bronze cIrcles. lb ,582 2.028 5,931 containing 35 percent or more
611790 Brass and bronze mamufactores. manganese...................b.. 873.127 36.338 879.196
n.e...................... .......... 169,602 236,448 114560 Tantalum .....................lb., .-...............
664570 Titanium, ilsenite,and rutile..b.. 146.17S 10,303 197,800
LEAD AND MANUFACTURES 664590 Tungsten_,..................lb....................... .........
6611696 Zirconium...................lb 14.000 463 14,010
65006 Lead are, matte, and base 6614698 Other ores and concentrates,
bullion....................c.lb.. .................... ............. n.e.s......................lb...................................
650700 Lead pigs and bars...............lb.. 536,675 40,110 536,153 Metals and alloys in primary
650800 Lead sheets and pipes............Ib.. 437.902 39,971 490,533 forms, ne.s.:
651200 Lead solder.....................lb.. 183,112 62,70 194,753 664901 Antieony..................lb. 3,928 886 9,139
Other lead manufactures: 664905 Beryllium metals, alloys, and
661506 Type metal, antimonial lead....lb.. 679,328 58.640 590,913 scrap.......................lb. 6,884 4,661 7,635
651520 Anodes.......................lb.............. ...................... 664910 Bismuth metals and alloys....Ib.. 68.035 90.654 72,296
651630 Foil, lead, and lead-tin....... lb_ 281 176 329 664915 Cadmium metals...............lb. 13.096 12,427 14.305
651537 Plate, or battery Slate, 664917 Cadmium alloys............. b..............................
not assembled as complete 664918 Cerism metals and alloys.....lb.. 1.40 4.794 1,486
battery units...............lb.. 72,261 8,192 77.388 664920 Chromium metal, anodes,chromiun.651598 Lead manufactures. n.e.s........... .......... 37.132 165,346 bearing alloys, and scrap...lb................................
664925 Cobalt metal alloys, and cobaltNICKEL Al0 IMNUFACTURES bearing scrap metal.......l1b. 613 1,293 708
664930 Columbium metal and alloys.. .lb 173 304 220
85501 Nickel ore, concentrates, and 664940 Mantanese metal and alloys...1b 5,070 1,139 5,282
matte................ ........lb.. ................................. 6649451 Molybdenua metal, alloys,
654605 Nickel alloys, and scrap containing and scrap................lb 62,13 31,555 69,010
nickel, except nickel silver....lo.. 385.687 139,059 401.711 66a95sc radium metal, radium
$51509 Rickel metal in ingots, bars, grains, content.......... ....g...................................
rods, sheets, strip, shot, plates, 664960 Tantalue metal and alloys....lb.. 10 473 13
and other forms...............lb.. 43,049 19.693 47,646 6649901 Vanadism metal, alloys, and
654988 Nickel manufactures, n........ .. 24,021 36,186 scrap....................lb..................................
649951 Zirconium metals and alloys..1. b 408 716 4311
TIN AND MANIUFACTURES 664999 Metals and alloys in primary
65502 Tin tubes................... lb 17,069 7,621 18S29 O P forms, .e.c ..............lb.. 290,383 58,125 245,747
6660 Yin foil .......44............lb 1,228 535 1,383 665000:Plsted were, other than gold
656507~~ ~~ T' ea nigtpgbr rsler, except cutlery ......... ............. .6836 5.013
blacks, slabs, and their fr ..b 187,226 104,544 188.522 667000 Typ, eeetul .......y. elb .. 13,092 11,05 15.038
6566508 Tin scrap and waste..............lb.. 687,982 30,748 690,796 Metal and metal composition
65698 Other tin and manufactures........... .......... 3,659 11,182 6 manufacture, a ...
669101 Magnesiaum powder ..... .........lb 60.105 1,769 62.390
ZINC AND MANUFACTURES 669105 Magnesi unmetal in other forms,
n.e.s.,andmagnesie ribbos..lb., 695 214 737
65700 Zinc 669108 Molybdenum wire................lb.. 1,293 15,920 2,357
657198.Z........................... ........... 93,181 1.063.209 669198 Metal and metal composition
Rolled in sheets and strips: manufactures, ".e.s............... .......... 288,129 86,.91a
657205 Photoengraving sheets........lb.. 192,580 33,637 205,930
657209 Sheets. n.e.s., and stries...lb.. 1,496,575 187,954 1,571,275 PRECIOIIS METALS, N3 PLATED bARE,
Zinc in other forms, n.e~s.: EXCEPT JEWELRKY, PRECIOUS METALS
657305 Zinc alloys, except FOR DENISTRY, GOLD AND SILVER IN
brass or bronze.............Ib.. 20,63 3.331 21.258 ORE, PlILLION, AND Colt
667307 Zinc die castings..............lb.. 45,135 13,081 48.023 Platinm end allied metals:
657398 Other forms, ese.s...........lb., 6.429 2.074 6,473 692000 Platinum ore and
658600 Zinc dust..................... .lb.. 21.777 2,950 23,174 concentrates................t.oz................................
Other zinc manufactures, contain- Ingots, sheets, wire, alloys,
ing 20 percent, or are zinc- and scras:
658901 Battery shells and carts, 6922051 Platinum bars, ingots, sheels.
nussembled .................lb. 15.769 2,877 16.538 9 20 P spbe got he
6192 Potocengraving plate$, forms .......... .........t.0Z. 1,1741 63,099 116
unfinished ..............._.. 53,673 11,250 6666 692209 Palladium. rhodium, iridium,
658807 Wire ............... .......... lbX 11,08 1.1010 11,159 os'siridism, ruthenium, and
658998 Zinc manufactures, n.es................... .1,039 175,706 osmium metat, and

OTHER NOHFERROUS ORES, METALS, MAnuf c t.zres, except jewelry:
ALLOYS, EXCEPT PRECIOUS 692905 Platinum manufactures........t.oz. 504 8.367 296
661000 Nickel silver, or German silver, 692998 Pltin amullit d met0l
crude, scrap, or in bars. rods, manufactures..............toz. t0 19 2
or sheets.......................lb. 17,422 17,707 51.62e Sterling and other solid silver
662000 bbitt metal..................lb. 204,407 77,515 216.966 m 2 69
663000 Nickel-chrome electric 696600 Onihe....................ets...... 5
resistance wire................lb.. 50,690 82.377 61,726 Silver eated anfactures.nes.............. ...16,207 6,212
663600 Quicksilver or mercury...........lb, 4,138 10,610 6,185 696800 Knives, fork and steak sets._ .36,930 27,099
63600 Molybdenum ore and 696900 Other ........: ........................ 21I1.903* 15,762
concentrate...............t..c.lb., 18.000 10,729 as,19o 699700 Gl nu.c.s .......... 28.921023523
6163601 Mlybdena ore nd clcey .tes- 2.900ld i.n.cue).... (gold
nuRntity only ................lb. 22.,4001 .. ltdicue)............... 8914















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Co- Conrood- ooIty Shipp Ingl .... Sh 10i.
cty Commodity description and unit Net Value Siing ite CommIdity description nd unit Nat vela o*

No. of quantity quantity (dollars) cof quantity n
NO Pounds) M...qanit quantity I(dollrs)
(Sca- (c .ps~a
MlS 8) Ole ____e,

GROUP 7.--IACeiNERY AMD VERICLES .......... 1n0,44,719 345,6i7,577. GROUP 7.--iACIRERY AND VEHiCLES'Continued
ELECTRICAL MACHINERY AND APPARATUS
Genertors:ELECTRICAL MACHINERY AND 700000 Direct current generators ...... no.. 233 56,799 96,728 nd
700100 Alternating current 705700 Electric household refrigergenerators ................... no.. 189 9i.8i8 221,278 ator ........................... no. 1,208 117,798 311,52
Steam turbine generator sets- 705800 Electric conercial refriger700605 314 and under 500 kilowatts.no,, 25 36,791 91,090 ators, up to I ton .............. no. 1,377 213.6498 631,273
700698 Under 314 kilowatt ........... no.. 118 17,154 26,440 70590 Parts for electric refrigerators .............. ...378,liJ 70086
700800 500 kilowatts and over.......no. 3 81,890 418,388 706000 Flauhlight cases ............... 159,952 97.a6
700900 Accessories and parts for 706100 Electric fans .................... no. 1,274 1,795 2 0
generators, n.e.u ............................. 168,714 240,454 Electric incandescent lamps:
Welding sets: 706305 Small filament lamps (bulbs).
701010 Motor-generator type ........... no.. 755 293,117 881,683 miniature and candelabra base.no. 3,107,50 1984.381 15gi8
701020 Ronrotatina type ............... no.. 117 103,30 262.368 706155 Large filament lamps (bulbs),
701105 Electrical generating sets powered medium screw. mogul biby Diesel engines, (assembled or post bayonet, and other
unassembled) .................... no.. 157 379,095 755,82 large base lamps .............. no. 3,801,542 473,423 553,259
701198 Self-contained lighting outfits, 706501 Fluorescent tube lamps ......... no.. 19 1,7"1 i0l,288 163.M
n.e.s ....................... no.. 2,619 154,366 787,025 706555 Vapor and non-filment lamps.
701200 iind-driven generators ........... no. 2,584 96,53 291,355 n.e.s ......................... no. 157,897 20,156 6 0,61
Batteries: 706600 Search1 ights and airport
701300 6 and 12 volt storage beacons ........................no. 355 I.119 9.8111
batteries ..................... no.. 41,852 294,10t 1,951,200 706700 Floodlights ...................... no. 655 7,.99 11,711
70100 Other storage batteries ...... cell.. 9,006 62, i57 212,075 706810 Electric household washing
701500 90.6 dry-cell batteries ........ no.. 81,713 16.999 168,112 machines ..................... no. 11110 17,741 81,687
701600 Flashlight batteries ......... cell.. 1,45,568 217,177 998,341 705830 Electric household washing
701700 Batteries, dry, multiple cell, machine parts................................ .13,397 37.360
except flashlight ........... cell 613,898 39,926 179,751 706910 Electric domestic vacuum
701800 Other dry and wet cell cleaners .....................no.. 396 15,228 91,5%
primary batteries .............no. 11,755 18,970 100,211 706930 Electric domestic vacuum
701900 Capacitors, 1/2 kilovolt ampere cleaner parts ................................. 22,878 59,8&
and over ........................ no.. 1.833 811,862 95,839 707005 Other domestic motor-driven
Transforming or converting devices, n.e.s., except tools...no. 2,056 ,23346.6
apparatus: 707100 Electric flatirons ............... no. 1,051 1,081 26,86
702100 Power transformers, over 500 707200 Electric cooking ranges,
kilovolt amperes ............ no.. 19 14,620 571,81; domestic ..................... no.. 223 18,042 65,601
702200 Distribution transformers, 500 707305 Electric coffee percolators,
kilovolt amperes and under .... no. 718 208,561 777,222 toasters, and waffle irons ...... no.. 513 1.557 2,231
702300 Instrument transformers ........ 5.. 573 21,871 50,208 707398 Electric domestic heating or cooking
7021100 Other transformers ........ l.no., 9,791 111,526 327,727 devices, utensils, and Parts, a.e.n... .......... 127,210 250,165
702600 Mercury power rectifiers ....... no. 5 681 66 707910 Electric industrial melting and
Rotating converters: refining furnaces and parts ..................... 25,078 11,682
702710 Under 300 kilowatt ........... no.. 153 21,698 31,223 707420 Reat treating furnaces and parts ............... ...59,998 101.532
702720 300 kilowatts and over ....... no.. 2 31,310 14,190 707190 Electric Industrial, heating
702800 Complete battery chargers, devices, and parts, n.e.s .................... 82,192 in
nonrotating ................ no.. 15,769 60,670 79.851 70751 UOX-ray tubes ................... no. 899 111," 1.915
Transmission and distribution 707550 Other X-ray apparatus and parts ................ ..607,380 520014
apparatus: 707590 Electric therapeutic apparatu
703000 Feeder voltage regulators ...... no.. 89 5,259 5,208 and parts, n.e.a .............................. 99,517 75,21t
703100 Switchboard panels and parts, Signal and communication devices:
except telephone ............ ............... 326,368 5119,11 Radio apparatus except aircraft
703200 Oil circuit breakers and and military tank:
switches ...................... no.. 316 27.096 55,07 707612 Radio transmitting tubes ..... ho- 28,913 1885.91 8G0,166
703300 Power switches circuit breakers, 707618 Radio transmitting apparatus.
and parts, over 10 amperes .................. 181,378 310,49 and parts, except tubes ................... ..529,976 377,19
70305 Fuse plugs ..................... no.. 413.158 16,339 29,835 707700 Radio receiving sets ......... no. 7,117 W1.175 277918
703198 Other fuses .................... no.. 856,632 61,235 7t,089 707600 Radio receiving tubes ........ no. 6481,75 259,755 1077
703500 Watt-hour and other measuring Receiving-set components:
meters ..................... no.. 3,704 1,876 17,575 707902 Capacitors (condensers). ..no. 1,207,660 156,355 56,8
703620 Electric indicating 707901 lesistors .................. no. 413,232 37,022 16,651
instruments ................ no.. 10,57 568,878 17,622 707907 inducors...............no, 35,136! 33.950 31,607
703700 Electrical recording 707818 Other .............. ................... .220,377 9.6
instruments ................... no.. 262 17,312 5,937 708000 Loudspeakers ............... no. 29,014 95,35 61.719
703820 Electrical testing apparatus 708100 Other radio receiving-set
and parts, n.e.s ............................ 156,791 93,936 accessories ............................. ..88,959 77,1105
703900 Lightning arresters, choke 706200 Telegraph apparatus and parts ................ ..100,023 m ,118
coils, reactors, and parts ....... ........... 67,00 155.864 Telephone opratus:
motors, starters, and controllers: 708300 Telephone instruments ........ no. 1,875 31.29 19.546
701000 Motors. 1/3 horsepower and 708700 Other telephone equipment
under ......................... no.. 6,036 73,5118 163,317 and parts0................................1.3 89103
7041100 iotors, over 113 end under I 70I90 e. buzzers, annunciators.
horsepower ................. no.. 2,227 51,701 1411,641 alarms, and parts........................... 64.,1 611.8
Stationary motors: Other electrical apparatus:
7011200 I to 200 horsepower .......... no. 1,935 501, 3 1,503,191 769200 Starting, lighting, and ignition
704300 Over ZOO horsepower .......... no. 16 71,789 197,538 o-ulamt, except %park plugs.............. 32,674 .139,
7011100 Railway motors ................. no. 11 9,375 29,52 7093 Inulting material n.e.s ..... lb. 369.900 161,5M .11,21
705500 Electric locomotives, railway. igid metal conduit:
mining, and industrial ........ no 5 16,305 38,510 70P41S Of iron or steel ..........b. b ,329,535 205,322 3,3412,950
701705 Station, warehousn, and factory 7091118 Other .....................l Ib. 112.036 13,350 162,710
trucks, powered by electric 709g6 Other mtsl conduit, outlet.
storage battery, whether or and switch boses ............................ ..132,361 7931,827
not containing conveying, 7 Sockets. outlets, fuse blocks.
lifting, stacking or similar lighting "witches and parts,
accessory devices ............. no 20 61,677 167,550 n.e.m .................... ................ .21122 3311,72%
70a79b Electric industrial trucks Electric interior gtng
and tractors, n.e.s ........... no. 17 2ckE t i0.123 fixtures id Parts:
701600 Starting and controlling 709601 Fluorescent. .............................. .160,l3s 2.1222
eouinnent, for Industrial 70968 All types, except fluorescent .............. ..177.75 264,1131
motors and parts ........................... 370,52 126,009 709700 Electric eterior lighting
705900 Starting nd controlling f.iturem and parts ........................... 3',070 87,063
eaulpoent for electric rail. 709800 Other wiring supplies and line
way and vehicle motors, and material ................................. 160.012 31,307
purts ........................................ ,796 26.131 706910 Electric razors ............... no. I.822 1121
705500 Accessorie and parts for aotors............. 251,107 170,597 709996 Electric hair-aving inchinea
Portable electric tools: (al kinds) ................... no.. $ 0.42 7,175
70560 Power-drivn, metal-working .... no. 1,822 201,780 166.951 709998 lctro hi n.tu an0 ,arts,
705698 Other ...................... no, 1,966 102.712 66,613 n.es ............................ .......... and0pt7 s1.85.525














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n .... .. . o .....

moo. moeaI
C

ity Commodity description ana unit Net value m0 st Commodity description and unit Net Vlu4.
o of uantlty quantily (dollars) S of antty quantity (dollarS)

,lmb~~~ - -- --------------GROUP 7.? MACHIilRv AND VEHICLES- GROUP 7.-MACHINERY AND VEHICLESContinued Continued
ENGINES, TRRIMES A41 PARTS, S.$ MINING, WELL, AND PUMPING
Pgwer-generating machinery, except MAC41HNERY-Contin ued
electric and Automotive: Well and refining machinery-Con.
Steaum engines, boilers, and 734900 Other petroleum welt and
accessor ies: refining machinery and arts ................ 818.976 2.707,903
711100 Stationary. except turbines..no. it 4 6,653 196.063 735000 Other well-drilling apparatus
711300 Mechanical-drive turbines....no. 26 201,628 160,986 and parts ................................... 9,141 371,808
78800 Locootives..................no. 122 13.001.668 33,235.969 Pumping equipment
l1iRsoC Lo otive ar'ts and Pmigeupet
711500 Lo te .........735500 Centrifugal pumes .............. no.. 2.52 40,0539 909,038
ocessorles...............................769,025 6.303,785 7350 Cnr1glln,......o .5 11,3 0,3
72000 Frames, cradles o 769,025 6,303,78r 735600 Rotary pumnps................... no. 472 62,724 181.855
712000 Frmes, crades bol sters or 735700 Deen well turbine pumps........no.. 258 115,407 441,584
Amds of iron or stee for 735800 Reciprocating steam pumps......no.. 83 54,.331 125.022
|o ofvs. nfd other 750
C t t 736100 Other reciprocating power
railway rolling ack ..................... 83,72 679,700 pumps .....................no. 958 137,192 396, 56
712900 Other steam engines, and parts...1482 353.103 736600 Handan d windmill pumps ........ 2099 5,.195 63.291
791300 Steamb0lers fire tubm..sg.ft 3.084 56,126 4g3,971 736800 Self-contained household
713300 Steam boilers, eter w ater systems .................na.. 543 31,129 106,513
tube..... ................ sq.ft. 37,425 155,41 912,346 736900 Pums and parts, n.e.s ...................... 747,590 1,783,944
713900 Condensers, heaters,
accessories and parts .......... .......... 144.954 284.455 ET-OR G MACHIER
713900 Steam specialties, and parts............... 346,304 529.080 ETL-WORKING MACHIER
internal-combustion engines: Power-driven metal working machine
Locomotivnes:tos(oorai)ndpts
7I40O Gasoline, carburetor type..nao. 2 5.291 19,950 7 tool000 E i ne portable) and parts:
741400 Diesel and Oiesel. 710005 Engine lathe, (tool noon
Electric, injection type..no. 1I 686,16 1.829.135 740009 athes included) ............. no.. 128 297,667 467.476
Other- 7409 typee ad light duty
Gasoline, kerosene, etc. (less than one horsepower)
Gas ron etc. lathes .....................no.. 165 41,394 72.186
carburetor type: Turret lathes:
71400 Not over 0 horsepower. no1. 2,112 13.890 480 70205 Vertical turret lathes ....... no. II 69,497 678.301
71"00 Over 10 horsepower ....... no. 514 173,131 504.871 740209t Ram and saddle type turret
Diesel] ad semi-Diesel, 7129 Rnadndl yetre
lesel and semt-ieset, ion lathes ......................no.. 53 289.239 369,005
Messelnan, etc., inject 740305 Automatic chucking and between
type: center lathes.................no.. 5 40,436 139,025
Marine- 740307 Polishing, buffing, and
7189O0 Not oner 200 burnishing lathes (speed
7h50orsepower ............no. I115 413 51II 746,644 inllths(seeh
horsepower .......... no. l15 113.514 711,011 3 lathes), centering, spinning
714600 Over 200 horsepower....no. 6 67,470 197,05i and cutting-off lathes ...... no., 136 133,749 186.367
Stationary and portable: 740309 Artillery, ammunition and boring
714700 Not over 200 lathes, and other lathes,
horsepower ............ no. 255 17839 9163 44 n.e.s .......................... 25 5,281 104,625
714800 Over 200 horsepower.... no. 29 525.893 1.612,788 7.107 Vertical boring and turning
715900 Engine accessories and parts.............. 1.263.320 2,224,.819 mills.......................no.. 4 31,747 87,745
718300 Water wheels, water turbines, and 740409 Precision boring machines, jig
parts. .............................. ......... 234,079 380.201 boring and grinding and boring
719900 Power-generating machinery, and machines, n.e.s ...............no. 331 170,802 233.843
parts, except electric and j74005 Tapping and threading achines..no., 61 81,220 120.217
automotive, n.e.s .......................... 36 210 740609 Automatic screw machines, single
CSTiCTIO CONand multi-spindle (bar)types..no.. 8 57,966 64.960
CONSTRUCTION AND CONVEI 740700 Knee and column type milling
ACINERY eachines....................... 32 208.637 190,574
Construction equiopmemt and parts: 70800 Other milling machines.........no 65 208,089 28.950
720100 Excavators (power shovels 741100 Gear cutting machines..........no.. 8 86,821 112,554
included).....................no.. 52 539,502 2,272.709 742000 Orilling machines, sensitive,
720200 Excavator parts, and accessories..............1 447,910 1,112,778 upright and gang except bench
720500 Dredging machinery, and parts................ 159,466 678,909 type......................... no.. 288 54,822 161.138
721500 Concrete mixers................no.. 155 146,575 568,072 742100 Radial drilling machines.......no.. 10 49.896 87,505
722000 Road rollers................... no.. 22 74,060 1110.153 742300 Other drilling machines........no.. 236 92,94 170.796
722200 Self-propelled graders.........no.. 83 453,189 1,768,601 7112600 Planers........................no..1 10 26,859 213.150
722300 Pull or push type graders ...... no.. 5 590 25,058 72700 Shapers, except gear shapers...no 32 68,522 159.663
72200 Other graders.................no 5 17,699 70,610 743500 Surface grinding machines.....no 24 81,545 156.405
722600 Scrapers. self-loading.........no. 53 197.714 8011,.44313 74000 External cylindrical grinding
722700 Bulldozers, angle dozers, machines, except universal....no 15 72,725 191.777
trail builders, brush cutters 1741400 Internal grinding machines...no.. 9 75.616 78,736
and similar equipment.........no.. 160 210.261 954,726 7411205 Tool and cutter grinding
722800 Other road machinery and parts............... 510.339 1.975,589 machines, including universal
723100 Construction equipment, tool and cutter grinders...... no., 185 301.274 589.113
and parts, n.e.s ............................ 736.507 2.301,247 7442071 External cylindrical universal
Conveying equipment, and tarts: grinding machin 531 173540
72 1400 Cranes ith swinging bo .. no.. 191 63.964 1,792,329 74303 Gear tooth-grindng ..... ...................
723500 Other cranes...................no. 36 354,424 1,605,339 733 Ga to
724100 Hloists and winches, n.e.s......no 1,48 263.208 580535 744305 oning and lating machines,.
724200 Derricks, except mining ........no. 2 3.722 16. 168 ecept gear...di machine... ............ ..... ..0 .
724600 Elevators, and parts..................... 456,118 1.272,695 7306 earning machines no. 22 59,101 i5
724900 Conveyors, bucket, chain, or 7430 Metal-grinding machines,221
belt...................... no., 20 19,278 67,516 744309 Metal-grinding machine parts................. 84.9422 81,334
729100 Other conveying equipment, 744313 orizontal boring, drilling and
and Parts......................... .......... 438,1130 1,519.916 milling machines............no., 3 66,379 108.6585
nIING, CtELL, PUMPIN I 7131 Aroaching machines, all types..no.. 10,462 23,010
M4ACHINERY machines, and gear finishing
Mining and quarrying machinery: machines, n.e.s...............no.. 2 12,91 16.010
730500 Cnal cutters ...................no.. 4 29.702 53,678 744319 Power-driven metal-working
731100 Rock dritlls.................... no.. 331 80.125 77.001 machine tools, n.e.s .......... n.. 443 113. 178 207,990
731500 Mine hoists and derricks .......no. 46 23,02 42,356 Parts, accessories, and
732105 Grinding mills, classifiers, equipment for power-driven
and eguioment ............................... 110,230 504,547 machine tools, n.e.s.:
732198 Ore and rock crushing and 744371 Chucks for machine tools..no 12.47 75.292 7
sorting machinery and parts................. 383,524 1,923,005 744381 Metal-cutting tools, for
733100 Concentrating and smelting machine operation, not
machinery and parts.......... ............... 61,830 341,.706 incorporating industrial
733900 Other mining and quarrying diamonds.................no. ,1.99,087 474,801 226.405
machinery and parts........................... 788,017 1,413.695 744383 Fixtures and devices for metalWell and refining machinery: cutting tools suitable for
734200 Petroleum and gas well-drilling use in power-driven tools ... .......... 62,288 30.761
apparatus and parts ............... ........ 3,041,041 5.958.290 744398 Other............................ .......... 35,035 521.229










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Co- Cuemoo- modity Comodity description and unit met Value i Commodity description and unit get Value
Co. of quantity quantity (dollars) 4epuns code of quantity quantity (dollars)
(Scnd- (Schodvi 0) .10 u )

GROUP 7.-ACHIERY ANO VEHICLES- GROUP 7.-PACHIRERY ARD VEHICLESCON TINUED Continued

METAL-WORKtl1G mACHIMERY--Continued OTHER IOUSTRIAL VAClIERY-CE .
Poaer-driven metal-working 762800 Paper-converting machinery and
machiner, and parts: parts ......................................... 190.068 31.1071
Sheet and plate metal-working Woodworking machinery:
machines and parts: 763100 Sawmill machinery and parts ................... 6,26 362,127
71'105 Stamping, forming, punching, 763600 Planers, watchers, jointers,
shearing. trimming, corrugat- and molders ................... no.. 114 37,760 U90,S
ing, seaming, bending, etc., 763800 Veneer machinery and parts ................... .553 e13 |65
machines and parts ........................ ..03,083 1,76,154 763900 Other woodworking machinery
74449b Other ...................................... 189.953 291,957 and parts ................................... 23.997 02,1178
Other power-driven metal-working 761100 glowers and ventilating
machinery and parts: machinery and parts ........................... 191.510 55,5w
741700 Forging machinery and parts ................. 91,575 268,979 765200 Cannery machinery, and parts ................... 114.525 11063
711800 olling-mill machinery, and parts ................ 846.315 5,756.970 7645100 Bottling, bottle- eshing, and
715000 Molding machines ............. no.. i4 9.166 29.693 bottle-lhaeling machinery and
745100 Blast cleaning and tumbling parts........................................ 255,64 2 113
machines .................... no. 12 5,886 15,065 761500 Brewers' machinery, and parts ................... 120,707 137,623
715298 Foundry equipment and parts, 785000 Ice-making equipment and parts ................ 70.579 501.02
n.e.s ..................................... 83,916 275.07 Refrigerating equipment and parts:
795501 Balancing machines, for baolAncin 765200 Pot over I-ton capacity ...................... .127,176 21,153
metal parts statically or 765300 Over I, not over I tons capacity .............. 132,709 1,51
dynamically or both ......... no. 9 5,763 ,3528 765400 Over 10 tons capacity ........................ .157,769 53,75
715503 'Diamond dies for power-driven 765700 Self-contained air-conditioning
metal-working machinery ..... no. 328 15,55 56 units and parts ............................... 13.384 29,3m
715505 Die casting eoulpment ...................... 19,676 36,261 765800 Air-conditioning equipment and
715509 Wire drawing machinery and Parts ............. ..61,112 101.347 parts, n.e.m .................................. 117,M 2
715598 Other power-driven metal- 766100 Vegetable oil-mill machinery
working machinery and parts ............... 151,787 203.982 and parts ................................... .113,0 261,337
other metal-working machinery: 767100 Cotton gins, cotton presses
715700 Pneumatic portable tools ....... no. 2,318 185,180 89.355 and parts ..................................... 165,071 87.61"
715505 Welding torch sets and parts ....... ........... 20661 250,16 769100 Boll bearings and parts.
716898 Other portable and hand or foot except balls ............................... 396,252 3a5-0
operated metal-working machines 769200 Poller hearings and parts.
and parts .................................... 169,152 173,858 except rollers ................................ 2293,415 312.11
718512 Metal alloy slus containing 769300 Balls and rollers for bearings ................. ... 736 6.9111
diamonds ................... no. 811 113 Air compressors:
.Stationary:
TEXTILE, SEIRG, AD SHOE IACHIBERY 770100 Capacity not over 25 cubic
feet ....................... no. 718 7,127 217.U
Textile machinery: 770500 Capacity over 25 cubic feet..no. 155 22 17,
760000 Full-fashioned hosiery 770600 Portable air compressors ....... no 162 386.55 I63 70
knitting machines, power- 771000 Mest and other food grinding and
driven ........................ no. 6 7,600 68,266 slicing power-driven machine...no., 358 56 13113
750100 Circular hosiery knitting 772000 Paint-spraying e apulat and parts.............. s162 537
machines, power-driven ........ no. 17 5,415 6.973 Laundry machinery:
750200 Other circular knitting 773700 Power-driven machines for
machines ...................... no. 19 16,608 15.581 commercial laundries .......... no_ 0 20.125 5.06
750400 Other knitting machines and parts ............. ..76,610 157,086 773800 Other laundry and dry760500 kinders and parts ............................. 210,1429 4177,;62 cleaning equipment and parts ................ 112,993 5134."
Carding and.other preparing, 771020 Testlng machines, for tension,
spinning and twisting ductility, compression, hardness,
machinery and parts: torsion and flaw-testine ........ no. 1 01 23,571 i35A
750600 Cotton ..................................... 295,502 1,311,106 771098 Industrial indicating, record750700 Wool ..................................... 165.83 423,781 Ing, or controlling Instruments
750800 Other (including silk-throwing and apparatus, n.e..............................0,712 1
machinery and parts) ...................... ...7,513 222,337 7100 (as metara and parts........................... ..7.492
Looms and parts: 7711200 hater meters and parts ......................... .63,809
751500 Cotton looms ................. no. 204 108,33 7115962 775430 PIpe valves with bodies of
751600 Other looms .................. no. 52 81.615 226.965 Iron and steel .................. no. 32.009 70,7 3 l,721,
751700 Parts of loose ............................. .220,150 701.166 775570 PIpe valves with bodies of
751000 Braiding and Insulating brass, bronze, or other nonmachines and parts ......................... 20,67 25,6 6 ferrous me l..................no. 106,804 285,562
761200 Beaming, warping, and slashing Other Industrial machinery and
machinery and parts ......................... ..19,989 1111,359 parta, n.e...:
75100 Dyeing and finishing machines 775006 Platic molding machine. and
and parts .................................... 36,532 70,538 preemas .......................... ............,6e3 s01
751900 Other textile machinery and parts ............... 509,63 1,526,697 775012 Measuring machines for ua in
Sewing machines and parts: meaiuring or inspecting prai755105 OoneStic sewing machines ....... no. 45 27,519 43.517 sion parts for wte in the metal755107 Parts for domestic sewing working Industries............ 2,716 23.51
machines .................................. ... 83,318 17,30 Furnaces, Industrial other
765205 Factory or Industrial sowing than electric:
machines ...................... no. 1,680 232,260 231,378 775022 Metal working .................... .......... 1605 67,811
755207 Parts for factory or Industrial 775005 Except metal working ....................... 19... 1
sewing machines ............................ ...19,009 288,425 77509 Industrial achlnery and
757500 Shoe machlnery and parts, except rt,
asewing machines ............................... .117,08 295,066 pr, .................................3,270,54 9,984.2?0
OTHER INDUSTRIAL MACHINERY OFFICE APPLIANCES
Accounting. bokkemplng, and
759000 Cigarette and ciBar making and calculating machines:
other tobacco machinery and parts............... .103,592 146,865 775200 lIondescriptlve or neatest.
750200 Cream separators valued $60 or writing bookkeeping and mcover.........................no. 275 2,6,154 5.80 counting machine s a ........ 1. 5i0t 149,500 11,300
759300 Other dairy equipment and prts 775300 Oacrlptive or teat-writing
for commercial use............................ .93,037 134.770 bookkeeping and accounting
760000 Bakery machinery and parts ..................... ..129,531 385,511 machln., new ................. no. 653 2111.251 70381
760500 flour-sill and pristmll 775600 Listing adding machines, nmw. .no. 2,232 E6A1.l5s 119,37
machinery and parts........................... .9,836 158.779 775700 Calculating -achInos,
760900 Rice-mill machinery od parts ..................70,25.60 79,02 aonllting, naw ..............n o. 1.121 301,%1$ 5,932,
Sugar-mill machinery: 775900 Card-munch ng, sorting, and
761 00 Cane ills.......... .......o. 2106 201,33 03.677
76 1900 Other suger-mill machnery 778000 Other. Including used and
and purt2....................................551.306 2.309,267 re.llt.........ma. 570 36,931 17.0?
762S00 Paper and nub mill mchinery 776100 Parts for accoutin, bookkeeping
and parts ...................................... 1386,623 2,125,07 aned calculating machines............. .......026 6,160














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(SoMne. (SOse
at* 8) O** 6)O____ ntity ___tthlie) __o_GROUP 7.-M tCiNIEY oAND VENICLES- GROUP ?7.-MACHINERY AND0 VEHICLESContinued Cont inued

OFFICE APPLIANCES-Continued AGRICULTURAL MACHINERY AND
IPPLEIElTS-Cont inued
176207 Addressing machines.. .............. o.. 84 18,3 21,870 C
776218 Equipment, and parts, for Wheel tractors (new)-Continmed
addressing machines........................... 22,498 41,467 788400 2 plow ...................... 1,489 1,197,425 3,296,190
Duplicating machines and parts: 788500 3 plow.......................no. 1.977 1.88,994 9,878,88
776307 Duplicating machines, except 788600 4 poiew and over................no. 712 827,482 4.234,689
lithograph offset type........no. 684 43,409 51,357 788700 Engines for tractors.............no. 137 79,039 2658,063
776309 Duplicating machines, lithograph 788800 Used tractors, all types.........no. 142 329,810 1,880,668
offset type ...................no. 34 14,078 23,767 788901 Parts and accessories for
77631 Parts for dePlicatig machines.... .......... 2.717 39,627 track-laying tractors......................... 1,257,604 3,763,592
Cash registers, and parts: 78905 Parts and accessories for
776800 Pe ............................no. 1 1,870 2.150 wheel tractors ................................ 953,644 2,493,368
7768800 Used and rebuilt..............no, 208 23,127 26,266 789100 Windmills ......................no.. 653 40,387 400,492
778700 Parts ....................................... 45.243 69,921 789300 Towers for windmills ............no.. 549 22,838 354,378
Tyogeeriters, a 'and parts: 789600 Hay presses, hand and power...... 1. Is 1,726 56,652
777000 Standard, new .................. no. 7,63 633,679 425,128 789905 Parts for agricultural
777200 Portable, new.................. 234 8,633 5,625 machinery, except tractors,.................... 788,829 4,62,262
777410 Rtebuilt.......................no. 165 8,739 8,401 789998 Other agricultural machinery,
777190 Other, used....................n 255 11,092 13,628 and implements, n.e.s......................... 138,583 630,708
777500 Parts ............................. .......... 9 ,645 104.332
777700 Staplers and staples for office use........... 101,104 89.949 AUTOMOBILES, PARTS, ACCESSORIES,
777900 Other office appliances and AND SERVICE E QUiPENT
parts, n.e.s ...................... .......... 109,689 69,202
Automobiles, part,, aod acce..orles:
PRINTING AND 8OKPIP01>6 AClINERY Motor t cks r d ac r
77900 Typesetting machines ............ no 22 73,798 14,537 Chaslss (new):
779100 Printing pres ................ no. 116 124,37 462,346 Under tod under..........no.. 94 62,231 291,304
779300 Bookbinding machinery, 780101 1/ ton 00d onder. no.. 94 82,231 281,304
accessories, and parts ...................... 53,892 72,967 790102 Over 1/4 ton, not
7790 Other printing and typesetting over 1/2 .................. no.. 338 318,113 1,294,35
machinery, parts, and accessories........... 284,363 342,613 790103 Over 1/2 ton and under
I ton ..................... no.. 142 129.865 650,131
AGRICULTURAL MACHINERY 790105 Station, warehouse, and
AD IMPLEIENTS factory trucks, powered
by gasoline motor, whether
78000 Bee-keeping equoment............... .......... 1,231 9,436 or not containing conveying.
780100 Cream separators, under $50 ......no. 1,110 24,78 $9,815 lifting, stacking, or simi780200 Other dairy equipment for farm use........... 158,043 298,402 lar accessory devices .....no. 9 12,363 39,246
78 00 Incubators and brooders .........no. 471 36.36 145,716 1, and not over I 1/2 tons:
700600 Poultry equipment, n.e.s............. ......... 16,112 76,559 790201 I ton ......................no.. 148 130,852 638,667
Sprayers and dosters: 790Y02 Over 1, not over I 1/2
780700 land sprayers for trees and tons......................no.. 3.552 3,923,042 17,999,157
crops .......................no. 4,199 40,927 67,087 790206 Station, warehouse, and
780800 Power sprayers for trees and factory trucks, powered by
crops .......................no 31 74,870 210,291 gasoline motor, whether or
760900 Small sprayers for garden and not containing conveying,
household use, under $2 ....... no. 207,080 51.756 210,638 lifting, stacking, or similIplements of cultivation: lar accessory devices .....no. 4 6,040 19,25$
781000 Horse and power plow .......... no 4,042 218,429 2,150,148 Over I 1/2 not over 2 1/2 tons:
781800 larrows........................ 5no 72 95.53 491,126 790301 Over I 1/2, not over 2 1/2
781800 Cultivators. horse and power...no. 1,564 21.600 198,447 tons, n.e.s...............no.. 743 1,362,099 4,.856,694
78200 Planters, horse and power...... no.. 597 23,80 216,750 790305 Station, warehouse, and
782700 Drills and seeders, horse, factory trucks, powered
poer, and hand...............no 827 30,364 213,112 by gasoline motor, whether
7900 Other cultvating lmplements...nao. 86 22,669 112,289 or not containing conveying,
Harvesting machinery: lifting, stacking, or simi784100 sower*, except lawn mowers .....no.. 711 67,719 726,814 lar accessory devices.....no.. 27 88,940 215,452
784200 Lawn mowers, hand and power.... no. 198 ,382 29,973 Over 2 1/2 tons
784800 Iayrakes and tedders ...........no, 194 14,771 159,44 Diesel and semi-0Dieset,
784700 Grain harvesters and bindera...no. 122 34,806 282,704 injection type784900 Combines or reaper threshers...no,. 117 127,648 646,337 790431 Over 2 1/2, not over 4
785900 Other harvesting implements....no 251 41,726 303,555 tons................... no.. 2 4,311 13.310
Seed separators: 790433 Over 4, not over 5 tons..no.. I 2,635 9,930
786100 Threshers ......................no. 67 4,726 292,802 790435 Over 5 tons.............no.. 57 496,759 1,273,623
786400 Corn shelters..................no. 12 766 4,072 Gasoline (carburetor type)786900 Other separators ...............no.. 15 6,776 21,366 790461 Over 2 112, not over 4
787000 Feed cutters, grinders, and tons.................... no.. 905 2,544,064 10,045,602
crushers....................... 298 28,062 165,050 790463 Over 4, not over 5 tons..no.. 182 704,651 2,160,021
Tracklaying tractors. 790465 Over 5 tons..............no.. 385 2,962,136 7,e18,77
carburetor type (nehw): 790468 Station, warehouse, and
787300 Under 35 drawbar horse- factory trucks, whether or
power.......................no. 64 10.230 438, 584 not containing conveying,
787430 35 under 30 drawber lifting, stacking, or simihorsepower.................. no. 19 47,483 188,272 lar accessory devices...no.. If 46,21 176.592
787430 50 under 65 drawbar 790500 Bus chassis................. no.. 12 29,020 66,720
horsepower....................no. 5 16,961 72,835 790600 Motor trucks, busses and
787530 65 under 80 drawbhar chassis secondhandl ..........no.. 907 1.218,704 5,581,591
horsepower.................... no. 7 13,491 76,480 Passenger cars and chassis (new)-?
787550 80 and over drawbar 790700 Not over $850 (list price)...no., 102 80,255 442.332
horsepower....................no, 5 15,642 81,479 790800 Over 830, not over $1,200
Tracklaying tractors, (list price)................no.. 37 39,809 162,867
Injection type (new)- 790900 Over $1,200, not over $2,000
787600 Under 36 drawbar horse- (list price)................no.. 39 65,67 180,658
power ........................no 99 227,118 938,898 791000 Over $2.000 (list price).....no.. 12 42,513 72.375
787730 36 under 30 drawbar 791100 Passenger cars and chassis
horsepower....................no. 139 465,150 2,033,869 (secondhand) .................. no.. 240 291,323 909,801
787750 50 under 65 drawbar Parts, except battery boxes,
horsepower....................no. It 471,380 2.052,644 tires, inner tubes, fan belts
787830 65 under 80 drawbar and engines:
horsepower....................no. 48 221,869 1,165,429 791200 Automobile parts for assembly...' 2,394,741 12,914,840
87850 80 and over drawbar horse- Automobile parts for replacepower........................ no., 101 635,589 2,915,799 7ent on vehicles:
Wheel tractors (ow): 792100 Spark plugs................ nO 1,086,749 259,999 189,020
787900 Garden.....................no. 32 1143 32,671 792305 automobile parts for
788000 I plow.........................no. 28 150,700 697,4 5 replacement, o.e.s........................ ,942.628 14.269,816















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mC- omIty Commodilty description and unit Ret Value Scipping Ity Commodity description and unit Net Vaise Sh
Io. of quantity quantity (dollars) (pounds) Mo. of quantity quantity (olar) p s)
(Sched. (Sched vla 8) le B)

GROUP 7.-MACHINERY AND VEHICLES- GROUP 7.-14ACHIMERY AlD VEHICLESContinued Continued

AUTOMOBILES, PARTS, ACCESSORIES, AIRCRAFT, PARTS AID ACCESSORIESAND SERVICE EQUIPIEIT-Continued Continued
Automobiles, parts, etc.-Continued* Aircraft-Continued
Automobile accessories: Parts for aircraft-Contined
752600 Automobile horns, hand and Radial engines:
electric ....................no. 25.1444 42,361 118,061 794601 1,390-inch Piston displace792700 Other automobile accessories, sent and under............ no. 58 92.900 31,424
n.e.s ........................... .......... 599,150 1.,682.658 795603 Over 1.340-inch through 1,830Aotomobile engines: inch piston displacement..o., 17 19727 34,657
For assembly on new vehicles 794695 Over 1,830-inch piston
with American trade name: displacemant..............no. i 1 5 000 4,455
Motor truck and bus engines: Other engines:
792830 Diesel and semi-Diesel, 794607 1,340-Inch piston
injection type..........no.. 10 10,230 17,610 displacement And under.... no.. 75 69,479 28,2%4
792850 Gasoline. carburetor 799609 Over 1,340-Inch through 1.830type....................no. 308 48,340 215,584 Inch piston displaceaent..no ...................................
79290 Passenger car engines ......no., 187 23,692 127,065 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:
asse.ably on new vehicles 794705 Carburetors, coals, crank
with foreign trade names- cases, cylinders, gen793130 Diesel and semi-Diesel erators, mhanetos, spark
injection type............no. 16 13,952 19,245 plugs, starters, super793150 Gasoline, carburetor chargers, and valves for
tyoe ...................... no. 859 175,772 472,528 use in aircraft engines ................. 140,906 44.297
793160 Automobile tire-service 794798 Cther engine arts And
equipment and parts ........................... 101,770 218,651 accessories ............................. 911,753 128.134
793170 Pumps for gasoline and oil.......no. 769 22,026 74,129 Aircraft instruments, and arts:
793180 Other automobile service 7980lt Automatic alot controls........................... ..............
appliances and parts .......................... 467,616 863,313 7941803 Automatic pilot for
793190 Trailers, n.e.s., except aircraft.................. ........ ... .......... ..............
military......................no. 628 686,130 2,829,014 7994805 Aircraft gyro instruments..no.. 31 7.1;2 266
794806 Aircraft navigational
AIRCRAFT, PARTS AND ACCESSORIES instruments...............no. 1 4.432 222
794807 Aircraft radio transmitting
Aircraft: and receiving sets ........no., 36 12,657 21.3
(Model number, names of manufactur- 794808 Parts of aircraft radio transer, and manufacturer's designation mitting and receiving sets.............. 9t.16 20,834
of olAnes indicated by shipper.) 794809 Directors and range finders..................... ... ...........
(Armament when shipped with aircraft 794811 Self-synchronous transincluded, but armament as replace- mitters and indicators,
Dsents or supplies is indexed In re- such as selsyns and
spective classifications): synchro units and switchCombat (complete aircraft, either boards, for aircraft.................... .. 186 27
assembled or knockdown): 799815 Sound locators for aircraft........................ .............
Bombers: 7945894 Tachoters for aircraft...no. 29 1.5,3 130
793200 Heavy bombers, 4-engine....no ..................... ............. 796698 Aircraft instruments and
793220 U. S. Patrol bombers, Parts, n.e.s ............................ 5091i 30,214
4-engine..................no.. .................... ............. 794912 Propellers.................no.. 73 20,312 6.598
793230 Medium bombers, 2-engine...no ...................... ... ............ 794913 Propeller parts and
793260 Light bombers. 2-engine ... no ............ .......... ............. accessories ............................. 23,332 0.054
793290 U. S. Patrol bombers. Aircraft parts and accessories,
2-engine..................no.. .......... .......... .............. o.e.a.:
793300 Light bombers, I-engine .... no ............ ......... ............ 799992 Life jackets and life rafts
Fighters: for aircraft..............no. 3 18 196
793350 Fighters (pursuit and 794995 oamb-rack controls, control
interceptor. i-engine..... no.. .......... .......... ............. columns, de-icers, frame
793380 Naval fighters, l-englne...on ...................... ............. assemblies, fuel tanks,
793390 Naval reconnaissance, oxygen regulators, and tanks,
I-engine..................no............ .......... ............. .rudder edats. struts and
793700 Fighters (pursuit and braces, and wing tips for
interceptor) 2-engine ..... no ..... ............................. use in aircraft......................... 69,34% 88,382
Service combat (complete aircraft, 794996 bomb sights for aircraft.. no 5 10,881 1.250
either assembled or knockdown): 794998 Other (Incomepleta aircraft
Transports: shipments for assembly abroad
793720 Heavy transport, 9-engine..no ................................... Included, when such shionets
793740 Heavy transport, 2-engine.no ......................c.............. ,cover parts not specifically
793750 Medium transport, indexased in respective
2-engine ..................no., 2 45,000 60,900 aircraft classifications)............... 537,875 340.63
793780 Light transports. 2-engine..no, 2 20,000 14,800
Communication: OTHER VEHICLES AND PARTS
793800 Coounication, 2-engina....no.. ................................
793820 Comaunication. I-engine....no ................... Cycles:
Traioers (complete aircraft 79000 Bicycles......................no. 2.927 71,6321 220509
either assembled or knockdown): 795200 Motorcycles.................... no.. 75 28,854 5%,226
793900 Advanced trainers. 2-engine.no., I 8,000 6,600 795300 dicycle parts and accessories.
7939.0 Advanced trainers, I-engIne..no., 8 20.000 37,888 (except tires and tubes).................... 57,231 139,7893
793950 Basic trainers.............n.. ........... .......... ............. 795400 Motorcycle parts and accessories.
793970 Primary trainers.............no.. 2 4.020 4,800 except tires and tubes...................... 14,90 21,674
794250 Civil airplanes................no. 44 675,977 276,387 79500 Merchant vessels .................no.. 21 65,39 3.9S6.916
794301 Barrahe balloons...............no.. .................... ............. Other Watercraft:
79930i Gliders and lighter-than-sir Naval craft and parts:
craft, except barrage 79661 Scomarlnes................... o................................
balloons.................... no. 2 M60 2,000 795E63 Salvage vessel .............. o .................... .............
751400 Landplnnes minus engines....... o .......... .......... ............. 7956b Convey escort vessels........no ........... ........................
Parts for aircraft: 79b668 Mine sw eepers................ no ........... .......................
Parachutes, and parts: 79S69 AUiliary saies.............. o ..................................
794605 Parachutes.................no.. 1.041 19,429 54,062 795671 Antlsnbarhne actorboats.....no .......... .......................
Parachute parts and fittings: 7957 3 otor-tresdo boats no......... ........... ...............................
794509 Assembled harness, harness 79567 SubmarIne chasers...........n ......... ......................
fittings (adaptor 79587 Standard navy Ianches .......no..................................
fittings. 0 rings e- 7579 Landig craft ..............no ..................................
hooks), and shrouds ...... ............. 13,79 6,6 79681 Other........................ .................................
79699 Other parachute parts and 756895 Parts, and accessories, for
f Ittings.............................. IS.15,754 7,708 naval craft, except engines..... .......... %5,024 130,325














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.d- aodIcy COmmOdty deschptlon and t Ret Snipping Ity Commodity descr Iption and unit *et Value ShIpping
of quantity quenity dollars ) of quantity quantity (dollar) t
NO o. fi(pounds)
(Sore (ScedOROUP 7.-MACHIER Y MO VEICLES- 6ROOP 7,-MACINRERY AND VEHICLESContInued Cont inued

OTHER VEHICLES AND1 P66T$-Continued OTHER VEHICLES AND PARTS--Contl nued
Other watercraft---Cont inued Ordnance combat vehicles, etc.-Co".
Witorcraft, except naval : M I I tary trale I rs and parts---Con .
795691 Not over 16 gross tons ....... no.. 9 29,875 142,995 799751 6-ton van and satke .....n.... no .................... ..........
795195 Over 16 gross tons ........... M.. I 23,500 53,056 799793 iO-ton-2-whel van .......... no...................................
Interoal-combsation marine engines, 799755 10-ton lo bed and stake-carburetor type: 2-wheel van .............. no ...................................
795700 Detachable motors 799756 12- through 1-ton-4(outboard).........n 138 20.595 19,906 wheal vnn......... .......s. o.. .......... ........................
7990 Other. .................. no, 1R 20,36 327,307 799757 20-ton ta transport......... no ...................................
Railway cars: 799759 Military semitrailers,
Passenger service n.e.a..................... ..................................
796000 Electric railway or tra..o.. .6 16,000. 38,n80 799761 Parts and accessories for
796100 Strm. ril..y o .....no................ n P ...................military semtrailers o........
Railway motor cars: 798800 Mobile comaunicatioos unit. ...................................
7963 For track tispection and 7 military tansa:
maintenance work ..........n. 63 32.91 1111737 ight tanks weighing under 20
796400 Passenger crs .............. no. 3 42,19 59,000 tons each:
79600 Freight cars er 10 tons 79921 model m-3............... no .......... .......... ..............
capacity*......................no.. 710 1,545,781 21,261,726 799923 Model M-3AI ............. ...................... ..............
796750 Mine, industrial, and other 79M925 Model M-5 .................. no ....................................
freight cars, not over 10 799927 Model T-7, except
toss capacity ...............no 2119 33.377 263.1121 aero-tanks ...............no ............ ........................
796800 Air-broke equipment and parts..... ........... .0,860 11418 799929 Light tanks. n............ no.................................
796900 Parts. except axles and 6h3s6.................53,20 79138,21 Medigotanks weighing 20 to
797000 Railway signals, attack ents and 110 tons each:
parts ........................................ 33,917 120,611 799931 Model M-3...............no...................................
7972.0 Railway car-heating equipment 799932 Model M-38 ..............no.. ...................................
and parts ............ ............7........... ,999 6.092 789933 Model M-3A2 .............o.. ..................................
797500 Wagons sod drays.................no 312 28.213 387,61 799931 Model M-3A ................ no ..................... .............
799100 Wheelbarrows.... ............... no. 3,310 21.951 226,175 79993S Model M-3A3 .............. no ...................................
799200 Pushcarts und a trucks......... no.. 1,611 29,22D 125,322 799936 Model M-3A5 ................ no ....................... ..............
79900 Wheels. n.e.s .......... ........ no.. 12t230 32,773 155.093 799911 Model N-l1 ...............n.. he ..................... ..............
Ordnance coebat vehicles. and parts: 7999112 Model M-1AI ..............no.. ...................................
79 O0i Carriers, universal ........... no ............ ....................... 799943 Model M-4A2 ................ no .....................................
7903 Engines for carriers ........ no.. .................................. 7999311 Model M-IIA3 ................ no ...................................
799605 Engine parts for carriers ........................................... 799919 Model M-444 ............... no ................... ..............
799607 Truansission, and parts, fur 799916 Model N-hA1 ................ no .....................................
carriers .......................... ........... 56 119 799969 Medium tanks, s..s......... no .................................
99609 Parts, and accessories.. o 799959 Heiy tanks weighing oner
carriers, si.e.s ............... ... .......... .297 1,34 110 tons ach ..............no..................................
799611 Scot cars (except armored)....o.. 500 0000 79997 Other military tanks.... .... no ...................................
Armored cars: 799961 Military tanh radio tr.anitting
799613 Light ................ ....... k .. .................................. and receiving sets..........no...................................
79961, medium ....................... no .................................... 799963 Parts and accessories for
799615 Heavy .....................o.. ................................... ..... .military tank radio transPersnnel carriers: sitting and receiving ets ..................... .. i35 to
799623 r man-M-2 ....................................................799971 Engines for light, medium,
79962 13 mn-M-3 .................. no .................................... 7999.1.and heavy tanks .............no...................................
799629 Other .................... no ................................... 799975 Engine parts for light, medium.
799628 Ohrdance combat vehicles, and heavy tanks ................... .......... .......... .........
n.es ..................... no .......... .......... .............. 799981 Transission and transmission part
799629 Parts and acces .rie for fr light, medium, and heavy tanks... .......... .......................
ordnasce combat vehicles ......... ..........24,67 71,847 799965 Other parts and accessories for
Ordnance service and repair I I.. .ght, nediam, and easy ts ks ................... N) 171
trucks A nd part: 799993 Pout propellers and blades
799651 Artillery repair trucks. no. .................................. ..(brass or bronze) .............bIes 119,32 18,048 121,112
799652 Istrument repair trucks ..... no ....................................799998 Vehicles and parts, n.e.s........... .......... ..24.2D6 ,41
799658 Machine shop trucks no........... ........................
799651 Small arms repair trucks.....no .......... ............ ........ ROUP $.-CHEI1CALS AND
799655 Tank maintenance trucks no...... .......................... .........RELATED PRODUCT3 ........................ 38,027,741 55,6711,16
799656 Tool and bench trucks. o... ................................
799657 Welding trucks. .. ........no.................................................COAL-TAR PRODUCTS
76965 Wrecking trucks.............. no ...................................
799659 Service and repair trucks, 80000 Crude and refined coal tar...... .gel. 1,937,73 1 .59. 18,809
.e........o.....................................800600 Senzol or benzene .............. gel.. 1,638.753 288,316 6.882,056
799661 Parts and accessories for 600700 Coal-tar pitch ................ l.ton.. 10,796 205,581 24,082.961
service and repair trucks ................. 80,835 1,006,830 801000 Creosote or dead oil ............ gel.. 82,097 12,3841 753,553
Military train lers and pats: 801100 Toluene or tuluol ...............lb.. 3.067,077 138,699 3,221,721
M701 1/2 ton and u der- wheel ..n ....................................801300 Xyene or ylol ................. lb.. 51,109 3,790 62,111
799703 Over 1/2. not over I ton- 802005 Naphthale e...................lb. 2911. 5 3 6 296
2-wheel cargo ............... .. ................................802025 Pyridine, crude or refined....... 6. 867 2D9 9
799705 Oner 1/2. niot over I ton- 802096 Crude ,cal-tar products.
2 wheel, 290-gallon tank. ...o .. .......... .......... .............. .e. ....................... lb. 1,123,123 38,612 1,161,611
799707 Over I ton, not oer 1 1/2 C..al-ter acids, crude and
toss (van included) n.......... .......... . .............. intermediate:
796709 2-whee-2-iurse van. no.... o.. ..................................60230 Phenol or carbolI c aci. lb. 1,6,012 180.727 1,760,321
799711 2-uheel. ................. no.................................... 80209 PIcrlc acid .................. lb. 3116 330 9110
799715 4-ton--wheel van K-38....... no........... .........................80209 Cresylic acid and cresols...... lb. 184,72D 15,923 215,025
799717 b-ton pole type ............ no ................................... 802201 Senrolc acid, technical and
799719 12-ton. yp................... no .................................. ..2. .medicinal grades ............l. 7,71 20,762 15,637
799721 12-ton tank transport. n.. no ................................... 80260 Salicylic acid technical and
799723 20-ton low bed house ..... no.......... ........................ medicinal gredea ............b. 157,315 95,639 1a,..
799725 5,600 gallon gasoline- 6021186 Other coal-tar cds. lb. 363711 92,332 393,3411
1-wheel ..................... no .................... ........... Coal-tar intermediates, except
799727 10-ton tash transport.s..o .........................................coal-tar acids:
799729 Military trailers. n.e.s. no.....................................902515 Aniline oil.................lb. 291,813 35,737 337,011
7997:0 Parts and accessories for 802519 niline salts .................. lb. 102.21 211590 124,113
military trailers ........ ......... 1 3,910 802530 Beta sahthol and beta
79971 2 1/2 ton surgical ... ..................... ............. naphthol flakes.............lb. 252.07 93.805 310,01
7997413 2-heel cargo ................................... 80290 imethylanilines ............... I3 314 97
79979 Van C-ee ................... no ... .............................. 802570 Diphenylasine ................ lb. 3,19 2,196 2,715
79717 h-ton-2-hse, cost 80250 Pestuchlorphenol ............. lb. 5,210 1,060 $.11
artillery ............ s................................... 802587 Spillul pestachlorooente...... lb. s,161 7716 1,973
799719 6-ton-2-heel 802590 Phthalic anhydrid n........... lb. 395,238 56,218 428,981
vay ......... I ... I ......... .0259 1 Trlcreiyl phosphate............ IN 311,68 85,0214 31,378















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C--- --- C-- --_
Moo- mo
Co.. ofipi quatit qentty (elir
by Commodity description and unit lmet Val us 9 os Comm~odity description and unit Net Value


coca of ~quantity quantity (dollars) gt cd fqatt l~, (o a


GOPd.-CEMICA.S AND RELATED GRU ICEIAL N EAE
PRODUCTS-Cont inued POUT-otne

COLTRPRODUCTS-Conti nued MDCNLADPAMC~lA
Coal-tar internsedlates, etc.-Con. PEAAIN--otne
802593 Dibotyl and diethyl Phthalote 4edlcinal chemicals, etc.-Con.
and disrooylphtholate. 613518 Radium melts and compoondi.
normal and [so ...............lb.. 255.260 6,893 289,520 radlius content .............fao. 1.999 .9.993 0
802691 Hltroderlootivon of benrene, diJ*l? Strychnine and alts ... .o'.0. 1,502 916 26,s
toluene, xylene, naphthalene 8l3oia Theobromine ant theobromis,
and ohenoln in addition to -Alts And coanoands.......lb. ll,632 3l,.117 1,160
those sDecified In President's 813*t9 Tneopbylline and tlunophylline
Proclamation of May 1, 1937 ... lb.. 62.737 7,638 71,261 onlto....................o.'. 6,676 110,713 0.239
802588 Styrene...................... lb.. 2 11 10 613*2b Ben~rocaine-beneoete, ethocaine.
802598 Other coal-tar internodiateT ... lb.. 388,8113 130,738 4418,12b novocaine, P-amnobenroyl-diethy802800 Rubber compoondino agents of laminoethonol. lanocalne.
coal-tar orlinn................lb.. 4311,279 178,14 4iO 173,226 ond all form, of procaine..lb 111.5811 3a,828 33.606
Coal-tar dyes. stains, color 813530 Acetylsalicylic Acid or
tes, and toners: anairio. in bulk .............lb. 332.D90 137,786 367.fl"a
806901 Cqlor Inton end toners,. l.. .. 8 1,523 ?2,627 112,186 813b4u Acetoohenetidine .............Ilb. 9S.311u 101,9a6 11e.4179
805803 Solfor black ................. lb.. 3%11,196 811,20 383,71D 813563 3lyceraphosoboric acid nd
S06905 Syntbetic Indigo .............. lb.. 80,179 s7,0511 1011,558 nolts........................ lb. 23,21u 34,780 za.6w
808909 Otber coal-tar dyes,...........lb.. 2,203.170 2,310,142 2,5641.089 813b87 Ptenolphtbalein ...............lb 5,79Z %.,96o 7,131
Synthetic flavors and oerfumne Sulfonamide drags:
materials: 813861 Sulfanillmlde ...............lb. 60,03!) 61,323 71,718
806130 Vanillin..................... lb.. 1,730 6,112? 2,338 813663 Solfathla~ole and
808190 Other mntbetic flavors and derivatives ................lb. 68,696 211o.ZO0 137.101
Perfume materials ............lb.. 53,793 IlliS4l 80,025 813865 Solfadavine arid
806910 Methyl sallcylote, tecbnicol derivatives,................lb. 67,308 i76,793 97,."8
and medicinal gradeso....lb.. 38.2741 18.760 117,181 813*67 Sulfaigoanldine ..............lb 10,163 63,733 16,M3
906920 Sodiom benzoota, technical 813569 Other solfonoalde drugs...lb. 11,825 118,791 as,1148
and medicinal grades ....lb.. 161,598 711,601 1!),041 813s9b Medicinal cheicals for
806830 Pbotographic chemicals of cool- prescription one. n.e.s.
tar origi ................... lb.. 311,086 30.073 411,392 (amPoaler Included) ............... .......... 2,230,1011 1,34$611
806996 Otter finished coal-tar Housebald medicinal chemicals
orodlictA ...................... lb.. 70,380 88,79b 81, 029 and obarmocotlcalo In reall
oackafen:
MEDOICINIAL AND PHARMACEUTICAL 8111100 solids.............................. .......... 37.891 118,880
PRlEPARATI ONS 814200 Llould .................... 27,7s41 1,31,769
81110 Csto-oi ................. al.. 13,31 3,b4 1, a Proprietary medicinal areparatia.:
81110 Csta-o~...............ga 13731 23,911 1163 8111800 mooth -ashen, a.'gles. nd
811300 White mineral oil ..............gal 298,972 1311,653 2,1181351 personal Antiseeticl ............. .............96,921 193,210
811906 Pint oils and fish liver oilsn 8141900 Corn ad foot rmedies ............. .............91,680 21,16
and concentrated thereof, 616001 Beldoapane.
medicinal gradesn...............lb 2116,999 276,011 4132.015 U.S.PI ornltary...............213 ,8
611998 Vitamins and vitasterols, d1*098 Plantirn, .......... ...............1113.631 233,030
,n.e.n ........................ lb 6111,731 1,689,296 1,080.021 bISI00 ..nmet........................17.782 s,0,3%9
Ololoqlcs: Salvep and ointment,:
812000 For animal and veterinary one ...... .............69,63b 83,932 610w0o For born,, cots. skin fl~oees,
812100 Sermn, antitoxns, and *Insect bite-, inflameatioo..etc .............82,937 79,1214
tonoids. for human Lose............ ............1111.753 168,39b S1830s For coughs, colds, catarrh,
812200 vaccines for human one ............. ............1111,911 31,099 aed bronchial) infection ......... ............127.313 388,683
812300 Glaondular products, organo- *40 Clcuhanbrcis
therapeutics, esoymes, ferments, prem00 Cld, oh, and ep brnhalve
ond c,.lture medi In.................. .......... 832,633 328,8,6 nd Ointment'...................... .......... 1011,652 28.769
Droggistf' nonproprletery d J600, Aathee, catarrh, and hay-faver
prenarotloonp; regoratlons. Incloding
Elixirs, tinctures, fluid Inhalants, except solve, and
extracts, and similar ointments ...................... .......... 108.383 71.,8
I110 lud eotitofs beldnnM1700 Mialaria. chill and fever
6140 Fuidexrat f blldonarmeedle ........................... .......... S, a81116 131,1167
leaf, K.F, and root, f.S.P., 81600 Tonics, blood purifiers,
tincture of belladonnaomIn, and -maet Iter, ......... ............38t.1456 U,072
U.S.P., and belladonna 600 L..t- ct-to.an
linmen, .F. nmprpretqy ....... 93 98catharti................ I........ ............16.,611 I.-A,33 6
8121113 Fluid extract end tincture 6u200 Mil1k of ma.oenle.................... .......... 33,74620.U
of hyroocyamun.......... ........... .......... 318 223 816*00 Oigestlve preosrhilonn.............. .......... 105,19 23,.768
8121119 Fluid extract and tincture of 816700 Headachea, nouralole, end polo
stramoniom and stramonium remedies.......................... .......... 161,387 81,813
ointment.,........................ .......... 11 8 818003 Entrect and fluid entract of
8121198 Elixtra, tinctures, flid belledona leaf and root-,
entracto, and similar tifctara Of bellaonna,
li quid solution'., nA s..................17,116 261,308 U.S.P.: belladona- oitment,
$12800 Menthol........... ...l 5.852 341,786 10.1137 U... limeatroplne (bell,-812730 Quinine slaevoi 900 Sal k33 donna root) .................lb 1110 611 261
612750 Other oinlee salt, and 018013 Extmrt, fluid notrAct ad
compdosds. quinine sulfate tinctore of hycyaomo. ...b: ........... ........... ..............
contest ................nvo.' 441,6116 28,6011 ,19 818011 Extract Ana fluid extract of
Tablet, *Ill, capsules, -tramonlor (lifn., eeed) ...lb ............ .................
pw~der, ointments, and 818019 Tloctore of .t-aonum.
s1ilmansufactores, ss~. tramna. ointment, and
012792 Acetyl-ollcyiic Acid or scopolamlne or hyonclee
ospir In. In tablet form ......... .............,,123 220,980 (sIr aot ~ mno) .................lb ............ ........................
812793 ExtrACt of belladonna, and 689 r It' eiia
belladonna ointment and plaster. 109 PpreTtrys medc.al............. 3.7 9.1
U.S.P., sonoroorietary ...lb 7118 3,99 1,6b4feualns ~~...............3,7 9,1
412791 Extract of hyoscymus or eN41SPCATE
boeane ............. ......lb_ 311 268 90CeiA. FIATS
812796 Etrsact of strA~onlvn,. i...,o, 22 tic 28 820000 Nicotine sulfate (110 percent
812796 ScopoloolIce or hyosciae...m.o.. 21 3119 6 basin) ....................... lb. 61,063 %1b.632 76.96%1
612798 Tablets, pills. rco.,,ln,. po-adora. 820060 atlcotlne a1lll........-...... lb..i................... ........... L.
ointment., and similar mono- 828100 Copnes salffatr blue vltriol...b. 10.296,001 80.907 10,121, u9
facturan. nontproorioetary, n~..............394'r626 2377111 8iQ1K2Ou 1 ... arnate..................lb 1:6711.399 197,966 1,63,788
Medicinal chemical'4 for .230 alu ure. ........1. lb: 0,11.01 71.4170 1.0".,393
oreocrIot Ioa usa 8110 erl3.ol.ry
81I36138 Atrenlome sulfate......V~o 3.670 11,806 1_29b eratul. ........I ,81 ,301 311,376
$13811 Caffeine aIu.......b 863 26.0t, 11,io1 620633 Pyehe src............... 679I 1.0%11 7,7141
813o,2 Caffeine Aoito and ccoonnf...lb] 2,989 to,037 .,136 2,0Se dinlectnle, ..............lb.,l I.502 1,370 3.7b3
















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c... coin!am. modity Coodity description and unit Net ue Conedity description and anit et Value h
l00p te and I cod Commdit Se~eppiig atd uni NtgVlv
I. t of quantity Quantlty (dollars) ( ha o. of quantity quantity (dollars) (o B
(Sc.*- (So*,.*
. 8) "* 6) S
GROUP 8.-CHIENICALS AND RELATED GROUP $.-CHEMICALS AND RELATED
PRODUCTS-Conti sued PRODUCTS- Continued

CIIEMICAL SPECIALTIES-Continued CHEMICAL SPECIALTIES--CoantInued
8206580 Paradichlorobenzene.............. Ib. 161,049 15.660 176,006 826698 Cellulose acetate sheets, rode.
820591 Corpic acetoarsenlte tubes, and other unfinished
(parts green)................lb. 30,662 8,209 33,630 forms, plasticized.............. lb. 224,702 15,568 257,161
820592 Pyrethrue or insect 826700 Cellulose acetate plastics
flower powders..................lb. 9,195 2,947 10,060 film support.................... lb. 33,569 49,452 486,792
820593 otanone ........................ lb. 1,060 268 1.176 Iitro and aceto cellulose:
820596 Caleium cyanide..................lb. 185.686 30,705 205,896 Solutions, colledion, etc..,
820598 Other agricultural insecticides, except lacquers:
fungicides, and similar prepare- 826801 IItrocellulose, having nitrogen
tions and materials, dry or content of more than
liquid basis .................... Ib. 917,763 234,747 1,075,706 12 percent..................lb. 125 0 187
820600 IHousehold and industrial 826805 Nitrocellulose having nitrogen
insecticides, exterminators, content of 12 percent
and repellents, liquid, paste, and less ....................lb. 5,171 1,484 6,081
powder, or solid form ........... lb. 2,348,647 73,326 2,728,369 826898 Aceto cellulose.............. lb. 540 179 596
820900 household an" Industrial disinfec- Not in solution, wet down with
tants, deodorants, germicides, water or diluent:
and similar preparations........ lb. 701,866 66,029 814,518 826901 Nitrocellulose having nitrogen
823000 baking powder....................lb. 505,831 89,80 642,858 content of more than
823300 Dextrine or British guoe.......... Ib. 117,449 33,630 422,716 12 percent........ lb.(dry wt.). 57,181 17,448 101,098
823800 Tobacco saucing or extract used 826905 Nitrocellulose having nitrogen
for flavoring tobacco........... b. 6,918 11,440 9,632 content of 12 percent and
823801 Pigented resto emulsions for less..............lb. (dry at.). 156,604 82,338 310.480
textile use..................... lb. 23,773 6,246 27,064 826998 Aceto cellulose....lb.(dry wt.) ....... .
823M0 Detergents, penetrating, wetting 827300 Cements for sealing cans......... lb. 251,919 60,445 278,789
and scouring agents, and 827400 Other cementing preparations for
dyeing assistants..............lb. 812,118 198,248 915,357 repairing, sealing and adhesive
623809 Other textile specialty use............................ 16b. 599.933 83.193 680,525
compounds...................... lb. 809,916 135,962 922,282 828900 Specialty cleaning and washing
823901 Chromium tanning mixtures........ lb. 366,030 28,354 395,205 compounds, except soap.......... lb. 926,316 92,515 1,055,003
823998 Tanning specialty compounds, Polishes:
n.e.s..........................lb. 1,300,119 125,963 1,477,653 629000 Metal and stove polishes....... lb. 89,227 19,228 150,767
828000 Water softeners, purifiers, boiler 829100 Shoe polishes and shoe
and feed-water compounds........ lb. 639,956 73,270 693,660 cleaners...................... lb. 379,374 118,321 632,009
825000 hetal-working compounds.......... Ib. 1,100,668 122,505 1,220.412 829200 Leather dressings. oils, polSynthetic gums and resins: ishes, and stain ............. Ib. 688,327 147,487 794,671
in powder, flake, or liquid 829300 Floor was, wood and furniture
fore (scrap included): polishes .....................lb. 200,911 37,457 256,878
825100 Ester gums................... lb. 211,697 28,276 224,338 629400 Automobile polishes............ lb. 110,726 38,373 141,810
825300 Alkyd resins..............lb. 481,541 109,045 532,912 829550 Natural flavoring extracts ...................... 12,323 203,600
Tar-acid resins: 829590 Synthetic flavoring extracts........ ............ 197,534 231,016
825501 Phesoi-formaldehyde resins in 829600 Pectin ..........................lb. 80,294 86,364 70,177
powder, flake, or liquid 829700 Animal charcoal or bone char,
form (scrap included)....lb. 930,808 170,058 1,001,146 deodorizing, decolorizing,
825598 Other...................... lb. 295,369 55,872 3i3,075 and gas absorbing carbons,
Urea: 1n.e.s.......................... lb. 744,941 94,762 776,373
825707 Urea-formaldehyde resins in 829800 tRubber compounding agents,
powder, flake, or liquid n.e.s........................... lb. 275,774 104,677 299,333
form (scrap included)..... lb. 259.189 66,536 286,958 Anti-knock compounds not of
825798 Other........................ lb. 102,736 17,912 108,101 petroleum orgin:
Synthetic aums and resins, in 829915 Ethyl fluid...................gal. 174,842 711,242 2,611,486
powder, flake, or liquid fore, 829919 Any mixture containing more
n.e.s. (scrap included), than 3cc. tetraethyl lead
except synthetic rubbers: per gallon................... gal .......... .......... .............
825801 Casen ....................... lb. 8,019 2,390 9,593 829930 Liquid gua inhibitors for treating
825803 Methyl sethecrylate, petroleum distillates.......................... 28,215 85,340
unfabricated ............... lb. 13,659 10,529 15,064 829950 Licorice extract and mass ..................... 45,935 269,061
626805 Pylon........................ lb. 59,175 55,609 76,799 829970 Reagent chemicals for
825809 Other.......................lb. 867,721 128,159 925,749 laboratory use ................................ 43,151 75,023
826829 Polymers of styrene, vinyl 829990 Chemical specialty compounds, n.e.s............. 526,700 3.205,06
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)..................... lb. 352.788 182,169 382.463 acetic acid................... lb. 44,870 52,904 588,675
Sheets, plates, rods, tubes, 830100 Acetic anhydride............... lb., 4.952 7386 5,832
and other unfinished forms- 830200 Tartic acid................... lb. 42,517 26,988 47,840
Laminated: Other organic acids and
826001 Of phenot-formaldehyde anhydrides:
resins, fabricated........ Ib. 81,988 46,744 95,20t 830307 Citric acid..................lb.. 325,742 78,131 359,309
826007 Of urea-foremaldehyde 830309 Oxalic acid................ lb.. 349,202 45,643 374,007
resins, fabricated........lb. 10,886 8,240 15,865 830398 Other, except roal-tar.......l b.. 512,516 88,229 686,530
826098 Of other synthetic goes and Inorranic:
resins.................... lb. 14,528 14,675 17,602 830700 Hydrochloric or luriatir ....It.. 138,164 8,005 221,765
Not laminated: P30800 Porir or boraric, except in
826101 Of phenol-formaldehyde small packages ..........6.. 1,879,869 104,380 1,929,650
resins, fabricated........ lb. 6.610 2.750 7,650 830910 Chronic...................... lbi.. 65,142 11,196 71,005
626103 Of methyl nethacrylate. 830930 Nitrir.....................it.. 70,029 68,633 128,651
fabricated................ lb. 15.463 I5,83i 19,293 830950 Sulfuric, fu.irg or oleu m,
826107 Of urea-forealdehyde 500 Paun bais ............. lb.. 214,803 6,9768 250,522
resins, fabricated........ lb. 238 116 291 830970 Other sulfuric, 50' Baase
826198 Of other synthetic gums bais ...................... 459,174 22,680 601,603
and resins .............. lb. 42,986 28,745 50,055 Other ioruacic acids and
Pyroxylin products: anhydr ides:
826200 Pyroxylin scrap and file 830990 Arsenious mie or wh**
scrap........................ b, 75,772 11,102 85,775 arsenir.................. 286,295 12,197 291,953
826300 Pyroxylin plastic film, 830992 wolybdic arid and molybden*,n
support or base...............Ib, 457,523 419,038 810,800 trioide ................ .. 56,185 27,165 63,$76
826400 Pyroxylin sheets, rods, or tubes 830993 Phosphoric acid, orthoand other unfinished forms....lb. 85,561 79,099 99,231 pyro-, and met-, ......... b. 109,322 14,119 144,292
82605 Cellulose acetate moldino 830995 Tlestic aid ..............b 90 300 10
compositions and molding 030998 Other inorgani acids and
powder, plasticized............. Ib 639.558 250,887 667,887 anhydrides ............. b. 380,899 31,217 356,169















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Com- Coood- odI Snipping ayIt |hippi
cod Commodity description and unit Met value Sepght code Commodity description and unit net faIse i
Noe of quantity quantity (dollars) (pounds) Co. of quantity quantity I-olgara)
(Sched. (Sched.
ule B) ] e B) ]

GROUP 8.-CHEMICALS AND RELATED GROUP 8.---CAHEICALS ANO RELATED
PRODUCTS--Continued PROOOCTS--Continued
INDUSTRIAL CHEMICALS--Continued MOUSIRIAL CHEICALS-Continued
Alcohols: Sodium compounds, M.^as.---C*ntinoed
83100 Methanot ...................... gal. 6,324 3,243 52,430 83570I Bicarbonate or baking soda,
831100 Ethylene glycol ................ Ib. 31,191 7,302 833,653 except in small packages ...... lb.. 2.614,160 W0.1 7 2,7-2S.13
831200 Solidified denatured alcohol...Ib. 6,12b 1,5 13,7440 83680 tichromate and chromate........ In. 829,740 73,819 665, 1"
831'300 Butanoi or butyl alcohol ....... lb., 214,972 34,119 248.56 636900 Cyanide ........................ b.. 50.084 7,249 Zndou
831900 Glycerin, 100 percent glycerol 83730G "ydroxide or caustic soda.
basis ......................... o.. 197,784 31,974 171,063 except in small packges ...... ID.. 12,112,542 294. 5 1 3*7,3
831505 Thiodiglycol ...................1. ....... ............. o37700 Sodium phosphate (mono-,
831598 Alcohols, n.e.s. (glycols di-, tri-, seta-, or pyro) .... Ib.. 1.014.018 58,7 55 10..67
Included) ..................... lb.. 660,128 103,439 794,056 837800 isydrosulfite. .................. Io.. 4".453 79,090 629.256
831600 Acetone .......................... Ib. 1,966,306 159,076 2,233,973 Other sodium compounds:
831700 butyl acetate .................... lb.. 4.7,995 68,03a 503,773 8379o5 Sodium chlorate .............. b. 61,30 5,597 ..932
831900 Carbon oisultfide ................. lb.. 1,176,306 66,028 1,311,6v0 b37909 Sodium perborate ............. ib. 29,416 4,585 32.1O
832001 Formaldehyde or formalin, 40 83798 Other, except sodium borates
percent solution by volume, 37 and nitrate ................. lb.. 154,W04 183.912 4W 054
percent solution by weight ...... b.. 959,401 43,537 1,047,357 8381O Tin compounds .................... lb.. 538 353 67
832003 Paraformaldehyde, solid .......... b.. 3,520 787 9,02d Amonium compounds:
832005 Formaldehyde, gas ................ In. 1,150 as 1,479 838501 Aqua ammonia, ammonia liquor
832200 Amyl acetate ..................... lb. 14,397 10,210 50,650 or amonium hydroxide ......... lb.. 33565b 7.039 149,316
832500 Synthetic collecting reagents 83803 Bicarbonate and carbonate ...... to.. 293,i95 21,928 267.573
for concentration of ores, 838505 Chloride or sel amoniac ....... ib.. 28,997 9.499 35,021
metals, or mineral ............lb.. 762.909 114,635 830,071 838511I Guanidine nitrate.............. Ib .. ......... .......... ...
83bOO Cellulose acetate flake, 838517 Aitrate ........................ Ib.. .781.810 192.6b7 6.5*ql92
waste, and scrap, not 836525 Urea ........................... lb.. 832,.23 08,198 446.410
plasticized ..................... lb.. 37,395 12,843 43,998 838598 Ammonium compounds, n.e.s .......... .......... 31.57% "S.959
832910 Carbon tetrachloride ............. lb., 397,337 22,981 427,489 Gases, compressed, liquefied, and
832930 Ethyl acetate .................... lb.. 326,046 37,999 36S,909 solidified:
832950 Sodium acetate ............ ...... Ib.. 44,550 3,325 98,156 839000 Ammonia, anhydrous............. I.. 1,033,818 72.026 1,556, 0
832960 Nethyl-ethyl ketone .............. Io. 170,470 1S,200 193,430 539100 Other gaseous refrigerants ..... tb. 523,186 1z5,27 70s.190
832970 Ethyl other ...................... lb.. 131,553 65,307 271,999 839200 Chlorine ....................... I., 926,6b 22,745 I. 172'"
Other organic chemicals not of 839400 delium gas .................. co.ft.. 13,446 b0 8t,882
coal-tar origin: Gases, n.e.s.. liquefied and
832983 Butdiene ...................... lb.. 1,674,685 332,790 1,674,65 solidified:
832985 Vinylidine chloride ............ Ib.. .......... .......... ............. 83911 Lung irritants, n.e.s., except
032987 Chlorcocotyl chloride .......... b .......... .......... .........* chlorine and chloropicrin...Ib.. 30 120 141
832988 Chloroprene .................... Ib .......... .......... .* **.... 839513 Vesicants ....................to.. .......... .......... ..............
832995 Camphor, natural and 539bl51 Lachrymators ................. b.. .......... .......... ..............
synthetic ..................... lb.. 166,091 99,752 200,529 839517 Sternutators ................. Io .......... .......... ..............
892996 flexametnylene tatrmine ........ lb.. 4b,618 14,851 50,450 839518 Screening smoke .............. 1 .......... .......... ..............
832998 Other, n.e. .................... 3,6656,49 782,614 4,156,391 d39519 Items enumerated in category VI
833600 Aluminum sulfate ................. b.. 6,469,248 95,535 6,521,713 of President's Proclamation
833905 Aluminum chloride, anhydrous ..... lb.. 52,127 4,262 58,452 of Nay 1, 1937, n.e.s ...... Ib .. .......... .......... ..............
6833998 Aluminum compounds, n.e.s ........ lb.. 1,291,818 77.320 1,380,838 839696 Other, n.e.s ................. le.. 220,268 3b.162 561,7%2
834010 Calcium hypochlorite ............. lb.. 252,170 48,116 295,50 Other industrial chemicels:
834090 Other bleaching powder ........... Ib.. 164,357 7,187 209,84b Antimony salts and compounds834100 Calcium carbide .................. Ib.. 2,929,922 102,2o5 2,621,608 839603 Antimony oxides (tri-,
834300 Calcium chloride ................. lb.. 1,150,249 20,179 1,202.361 tetra-, penta-) ............. t.. 28,346 4,aM8 29.169
Bromine, bromides, and bromatea: 839608 Other antimony salte and
834401 Bromine ........................b.. 1,445 840 2,910 compounds ................... It.. 110,551 24.000 117.541
834402 Potassium bromide .............. b.. 30,383 10,1520 42,301 Bismuth salts and compounds:
834403 Sodium bromide ................. lb.. 41,043 10,670 9q,136 a39631 bismuth nitrates and
834415 Ethylene dibromide ............. lb .. .......... .......... ............. mixtures .................... lb.. 19,273 20,861 23.It|
834498 Other .......................... P.. 39,216 17,065 53,061 8396341 bismuth carbonates and
Iodine, iodides, and Iodates: eixtures ....................b.. 3.b34 5,053 4,144
834610 Potassium iodidea .............. lb.. 16,978 22.76b 21,056 839638 Other ......................i.. o., 1,199 4.657 3.1i2
884630 Iodine, crude and resublimed...Ib., 7,999 13,073 12,096 839550 Cadmita salts and compounds....1o., 1,055 197 13
834698 Other .......................... lo. 2,820 7,970 5,030 839670 "Cnrmiu salts and compounds,
Potassium compounds, except except chemical pigments ...... o., 21."31 3,721 24,817
fertilizers: 839690 Cobalt salts and compounds,
835700 Bichromate and chromate........Ia.. 120,332 1,152 ;30,Sati except chemical pigments ...... lb.. 13.54 5.975 15,5 5
835800 dydroxide or caustic potash .... lb. 1,595,807 122J775 1,605.319 Copper salts and compounds:
Other: 639715 Cupric oxide ............. b.. 117 146 Z48
835904 Potasslum carbonate and 839717 Cuprous oxide ................ b., 19.700 5,2 21.11
mixture .................... lb.. 1,172.597 76,715 1.249.346 83971i Other ........................ Ie.. 42.u09 9 $,419 6.571
63690b Potassium bitartrate and manganese salts and compounds:
mixtures .................... lb. 3,730 2,409 4.223 839722 Mnganese dioxide (including
83608 Potselum chlorate and battery mix) ................ i.. 53o,999 2.383 570,495
mixtures .................... lb.. 384,46 b6.683 911,340 83972b Other ........................ tb.. 156,713 .,38 1!9 ,%!,1
835913 Potassinum cyanide and Mercury salts and compounds:
mixtures .................... b.. 13,14 5,742 20.880 631741 Nercurous enoride or
835917 Potaseium nitrate and mixtures colomel ..................... Ib.. 4,04i h.11 2.727
black saltpeter powder). 83974k2 Mercuric chloride or
President's Proclamation of corrosive sublimate ......... Io., 24,17. 32.632 !o.,3b
May I, 1937) ................ to. 16,769 .603 24.525 83973 Hercuric fu lainate ........... o .......... .......... ..............
835918 Potessium nitrate, nMes., 8546 mercuric oxide, red and
end mixtures ............... b.. 149,537 12,68 164,769 Yellow ........... ........l 2,49
85923 Potassiua permanganate 83579 Other ........................th.. 7hi 4,935 1,210
and mixtures................ b.. 33.693 10.599 37,29a 839766 molybdnuie sat* and caw836939 Rochelle salts ............... lb.. 2.639 I a 2,816 pounds, n.e.s ................. Ib.. 12 Z$ 23
835998 Other potenium compound* o3970 sitckel slts and compounds ..... lb.. S.,7 9.4q4 43.4q
(not fertilizers) ........... lb.. 247,093 43.146 267,629 639774 aedis salts and compounds.
8362fl Kernite or resorite (borates, radiea content ............... ug.. .......... .......... ..............
crude).......................... lb.. 61683,28 130.728 6,778,447 Strontiu salts and compounds:
Sorates, refined: b9FdIo Celestite or sineral strontium
8362zi A.:oni bortet.................b W .1 28 244 seullato. ...................I.. .......... .......... ............
836Z22 Borx glass .................... b.. 701.043 13,696 716,080 6s.lal Strontium nitrate............ Ih.. 42.7s 3,3" 94,547
88392 Sodium metaborate .............. b.. 8,805 6al 10.080 8397. atrontium oxalate ............ b .. ................ ..............
935229 Sodina tetraborate, borax, Or b4$Td4 Other..., .................... Ian &0 234 364
sodium borate.................ib. 7,35,069 72 7,440,749 839810 Titanium tetrachloride ......... I .......... ......... ..
836208 Iorates, n.e.g...................Ib. 4.542 6 6.180 8391 Other titanium slts and
Sodium compounds, a.e..: co4pounds..................... Ib.. 3,990 14Z7 3,707
836900 Silicate or water glass........ b.. 21061.117 42.500 1.Z09.301 539622 Tungete salts and compounds..ths. Is1 401 317
836500 Carbonate. calcined or a salts and
ash .......................... 11,43 .3 167,916 7 3 compounds...................gran., .......... .......... ..............









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com. Co**od- nod SnippIng Ity Sh IV
Ity Commodity description and unit mat Value png t Commodity description and unit Net Value Shipping
~od tight code wo ght
NO. of quantity quantity (dollars) ound) No. of 4.*antity quantity (ollers) )
(S~s. (Schad.
.i. l to 0)

GROUP 6.-CHEMICALS AND RELATED GROLP $.-CIEMICALS AND RELATED
PROODUCTS-Continued PRODUIICTS-Continued

IIIDUSTRIAL CHEMICALS-Contisnved FERTILIZERS AND FERTILIZER
Other industrial chelical--Con. MATERIALS--Continued
Vnedium slts and compounds: Phosphatic fertilizer materials-Con
86390636 Vanadieum oxide............... Ib 3.780 8,260 6,477 851901 Normal auperphosphate, contain88863 Other.....................b.. ........... ,......... ............. Ing not more than 25 percent
Zinc esalts and compounds: available phosphoric acid..... lb.. $7,849,568 442,212 57,914,520
3985 Zinc chloride............... lb 78,226 5,322 81,301 851909 Concentrated superphosphate,
8887 Zinc sulfate................. Ib.. 120,188 7,224 1214,560 containing more than 25 cer838818 Other....................... Ib.. 43,356 7,380 51,477 cent available phosphoric
Zirconium salts and compounds: acid.........................lb.. 12,799,690 166,254 12,860,216
a39%1 Zirconium oxides .............lb. 24,840 6,090 25,790 852000 Other phosphate materials......lb.. 111,440 3,111 112,824
8a8868 Other........................lb. 10,986 685 11,397 Potassic fertilizer material:
Platinum group salts and 863101 Potassium chloride.............lb.. 14,95566,358 224,271 14,989,486
compounds: 853103 Potassium sulfate.............. lb. 1.712,000 32,133 1.725,136
8398711 Platinum ................... t.oz.. I 28 ............. 853107 Potassic fertilizer materials,
8878 Other plationm group salts n.e.e., containing 20 percent
and compounds .............t.oz.. 12 50 I or more potassium oxide (K20
8390863 Thorium salt and compounds..Ib.. 944 1,660 1,098 equivalent, n.e.s.)(25 percent
g8 87 Phosphorous, elemental....... lb. 22,1421 11,772 26,671 X20 content equivalent
839892 Cerium compounds ............. lb.. 1,025 1,685 1,127 basis)....................... lb. 174,326 1,279 174.330
I398183 indiumA compounds............. Ib............ .......... ............. 853187 Potassic fertilizer materials
83888 Other Industrial chemicals................. 286,77 4,033,986 containing less then 20 percent
potassium oxide 20
PIGMENTS, PAIPTS, AND VARNISHES equivalent................... lb., ...................................
85000 itrogenous phosphatic types..... lb. 10,88 1,014 11,871
Minrl-earth pigmnt (dry): 856100 Prepared fertilizer mixtures ..... 1 .. 6,176,638 143.203 6,213,305
810100 Ocher, amber, sienna, and
other forms of iron oxide EXPLOSIVES, FUSES, ETC.
for paints ....................lb. 929,414 67,415 967,518
840600 Other mineral-earth pigments...Ib. 2.291,560 36,028 2,335,112 Explosialves:
Chemical pigments: 860101 Smokeless powder...............lb. 70,392 47,168 87,017
841100 Zinc oxide...................... lb. 1,790,069 142,541 1,867,573 860103 Cordite hid..................... .................... ............
81to Lithopone..................... lb. 2,172,308 94,990 2,206,239 86000 Dynamite......................lb. 577,700 66,980 635,583
8419000 Lepblack...................... lb. 95,970 12,830 107,010 Other explosives:
642300 Carbon black or gas black ...... lb. 19,169,083 1,1116,361 21,440,111 Commercial explosives:
8142100 Red lead, dry.................. lb. 987,394 96,745 1,028,957 860901 Blasting Gelatin.........lb 751,650 108,717 861,184
842500 Litharge...................... lb., 675,188 57,467 699,078 860902 Gelignite.................. lb. 285,500 43,430 327,921
White lead: 860603 Similar explosive
82600 Dry or basic lead carbonate..Ib. 346,660 25,404 352,954 compounds .................lb. 229,000 30,660 268,231
862700 In oIl ................. ..... lb., 4,726 $5666 4,39 860005 Lead azide................... Ib .......... .......... ..............
842800 Titanium dioxide and 680007 Nitroglycerin................ Ib. 96 195 110
titanium pigments ........... lb.. 2,038,576 181,471 2,064,864 860908 Nitrotarch.................. lb .......... .......... .............
812905 Chrome pigments containing 860609 9ltromannite................lb. .......... .
10 percentormore chromium..Il. 263,999 50,317 288,589 860953 Tetryl ....................l...b .......... .......... ..............
Lead pigments: 86065 Trinitrotoluene (TNT)........ lb. 8,000 14,600 102,960
842912 Ormnge mineral............. Ib .................................. 860981 Pentolite .................... lb .................................
842413 Sublimed lead or basic 860998 Other explosives ............ Ib. 63,470 15,827 106,100
sulfate, dry..............lb.. 5566,100 4,166 $5,661 Fuses and blasting caps:
842919 Zinc sulfide................. lb.. 10,088 3,303 10,432 862500 Safety fuses ............... lin.ft. 12,882,342 74,.978 230,534
842998 Chemical pigments, n.e. ..... Ib 1,418,594 231,980 1,527,074 862900 Blasting caps.................. no. 4,776,600 131,5688 121,542
13000 litminsa paints, liquid and
platic ............................. .......... 105,928 1,994,791 SOAP AND TOILET PREPARATIONS
Paste and seipate Psaint colors SOap:
in oil, putty and paste wood 871000 Medicated..................... lb. 76,687 50,743 93,090
filler: 871200 Toilet or fancy................lb. 3,452,443 620,036 3,906,466
813103 Ned lead in oil..............lb..b. 02,122 8,889 75,636 871300 Laundry ..................... lb. 97,74,76 817,401 10,342,760
83198 Other. except aluminum and 871600 Powdered or flaked............. lb. 781,711 126.243 915,621
aluminue-bronze pastes........ Ib.. 206,203 47,7146 260,182 871800 Shaving creams................. lb. 31,158 20.b19 54,912
Water paints (all types): 871900 Shaving cakes, Powders, and
8113210 Water paints, dry ............ lb.. 827,8410 76,92 903,335 sticks.....................lb. 67,586 28,100 86,880
8113230 Emaulsion paints...............gal.. 17,6951 27,942 216,711 672400 Scouring bricks, pastes,
84260 Water paints, in paste form, powders, soaps, and houseexcept emulsion pints.......gal 9,007 14,076 109,253 hold washing powders.......... lb. 533,444 61,290 632,185
Nitrocellulose and other cellulosic 872900 Other soaps.................... lb. 91,193 16,788 119,239
lacquers: 873400 Dental creams .................... Ib. 279,003 288,027 1123,291
843310 Pigmented.....................al 2,723 144,334 528,696 873600 Other dentifrices...............lb. 26,849 17,890 34,301
813410 Clear........................gal. 21,852 42,995 202,150 Toilet powders:
843510 Thinners for nitrocellulose and 874000 Talcum powder, in packages................... 159,954 621,087
other cellulosic lacquers ....gal. 89,23 92,864 721,261 874200 Face and compact powder ..................... 240.,943 227,097
8 43800 Ready-mixed paints, stains, Cream, rouges and other cosmetics:
and enamels ....................gal. 306.,502 636,921 3,758,283 875000 Cold creams........ .........lb. 73,889 47,879 127,141
84210 Varnishes, natural or 875100 Vanishing creams............... lb. 41,832 21,727 78,767
synthetic.....................gal. 59,469 106,727 1549,500 876200 Other creams, lotions and balms... .......... 134,580 283,145
875500 Rouges ............................ .......... 82,493 33,956
FERTILIZERS AND FERTILIZER 8765600 Lip sticks......................... .......... 264,636 73,913
MATERIALS 876700 Other coseetics................. ........ ..... 71,586 71,743
trgens fertilizer materials: 876900 Monicuring preparations....................... 107,315 156,832
Nitrogenous chemical mzereterials: 876200 Depilatories and deodorants.................... 16,376 27,923
Amonium st u lfate ............ lb.. 332,1 5,87 7600 air preparations ....................... ....... 31,019 1,259,391
8805007000, 3,532,851 5,857 3,66,869 7660D Perfumery and toilet waters ................... 363,619 169,915
860603 Calcium cyanamide ..........lb.. ..................................877000 Other toilet preparatinsn...................... 72,627 130,183
86090n Calcium nitrate 8............7 lb. 26 86 260.. .. 72,527 10,183
50619 Sodium nitrate n.es ........ lb. 5,376,163 73,35 5,377,781 GROUP 9.-MISCELLANEOUS................... 36,266,044 87,831,343
650925 Urea ......................... lb. ;62,200 16,118 168,178
860098 Nitrogenous chemical PHOTOGRAPHIC AND PROJECTION GOODS
material, n.e.s ............ lb. 417,993,435 1,072,888 48,598,142
661000 Nitrogenous organic waste Cameras:
materials ...................lb. 223,000L 1,812 224,200 Motion-picturePhosphatic fertilizer materials: 90005 Standard gauge (36 mm.)...... no. 15 63,645 3,447
Phosphate rock: 900130 Substandard gauge (16 me.)..no.1 6 992 112
Florida: 900150 Substandard gauge (b m) ....no. I is 100
861510 High-grade hard rock .... I.ton. 13,761 96,812 30,b17,960 Except motion-picture:
8561520 Land pebble............. Iton. 18,229 135,752 0,810,320 900231 Aerial cameras, aircraft
8961660 Other.................. I.ton. 11,062 34,078 9,101,860 Instruments................no ..................................
851680 Tennessee, Idaho, and 900233 Aerial cameras,
Montana rock.............ton. 11,384 565,539 25,501,766 n.e.s...................... no .................................









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com- Conmod- modIySn ippi ng ta S|lpl
Ity Comedity description and unit mot Value eig c Comdty description end unit et Vale. SAippig
o of quantity quantity (dollars) weight codeof quantity qantity (ea)
Io pounds) Ad. of quantity qountity (d{aollar&l) | P M
(Sched. (Schene
ate 81 ule 8) [

GROUP 9.-MISCELLANEOUS-Continued GROUP 9.-tiSCELLAlEOIiS-Continsed
PHOTOGRAPHIC AND PROJECTION PHOTOGRAPHIC AO PROJECTION
G008S-Continud GOODS--Cnt Ined
CumersCon t inued
acept ra otin-picture-Continued Exposed motion-picture films-C on.
900235 lun cameras ...............no ........... .......... .............. Posi t Ie-Continued
900239 Studio, photo-engraving, 912361 Short subjects. 10 sm. (less
coin-operated, and than 1.600 linear feet)
similar types of cameras quantity only...............no. 5,648 .......... ..............
for professional, scientific 912370 Nlevareel s................ linft. 1,938 I 11,715 3.62
or commercial use...........no.. 28 10,899 8,058 912371 Rewsreels, quantity only..... .. 78 .......... ..............
900300 8ox type (set focus).........no. 2,286 3,S855 1,187 912380 Trailers, inserts, and
900500 Other.....................no. 323 2,279 459 replacements ............ lin.ft.. 636,2s0 16,211 5,821
900600 Parts of cameras, except lenses................ 13,956 2,117 912381 Trailers, Inserts, and replaceMotion-picture projectors: mnts, quantity only........no.. 1.SS .......... ..............
900700 Standard gauge (35 m.)........no.. 571 193,043 128,698 912390 Positive B m. film ...... lin.ft 134.104 3,t1" s
Substandard gauge (16 m.): 912391 Positive 8 me. fil.
900890 Silent.......................no. 54 3,546 1,259 quantity only 1736..............no 736 ... ...........
900840 Sound .......................no. 152 38,796 18,520 912400 Sound track.............. In.ft.. 199,58t1 3.90
9008i0 Substandard gauge (8 m.), 912101 Sound track, quantity only...no.. 101 ......... ..............
silent....................no. I 22 IS Other sensitized files, unexposed:
900900 Except otion picture..........no. 474 17,853 14,850 912500 Cartridge or rolls.............no.. 671,295 192.305 185.319
MNotion-picture sound'equipment: Packs of sheets:
901000 Recording ................................... 34,688 10.475 9t2610 X-ray, number of sheets......n. 1,8.603 211,56 17,12
901100 Reproducing ................................. 121,962 78.795 912690 Other, neuhber of sheets......no.. 5864,421 1.518 W g
902000 Arc lamps, motion picture 912700 Dry plates..................doz.. 24.803 t14,48 S~,M2
projection....................no. I11 9,162 8,53 912900 Photographic paper..........lb. 51.668 222.2 617,7
902200 Motion-picture screens......................... 26.359 40,621 914000 Photographic auaratus and
902900 Parts and equipment for projection supplies, n.e.s. ......................... 276.22 1 III
and studio apparatus......................... 123,4165 76,222
Motion-picture films, unexposed: SCIENTIFIC AND PROFESSIONAL IlSensitized, 35 m.: STRUNENTS, APPARATUS, AND SUPPLIES
9011710 Positive film............ tin.ft. 5,270,582 43,205 38,72 Optical goode:
911720 Niegative file ............ lin.ft. .4,378,233 112,606 39,188 81i200 Ophthalmic lenses, except
Sensitized,16 sm.: banks ...................pa. ir.. 3excep 1t2
911730 Positive film ........... lIn.ft. 768,11S 5,723 2,965 91 Snor lare g ....es ad pair. 351,33 2,78
9117.40 Negative film ............lin.ft. 1,327,560 19,923 ,26 s agle .................. .......... 0,
Sensitized, 8 m.:au
9i760 Positive film ............ tin.ft. 37,000 199 126 91q390 Spectacle, eyeglaes, goggles,
9g49 16 lenses, n.e.s., and frames .................. .. 25,21 38'
9]176 Negative film ..... ....... lin.ft., 122,625 4,924 1,414 914700 Optical lenses, not fitted to
Exposed aotion-picture films:.pia ae, o itdt
Epoed ogationve picture fi es inetruments................... no. 2,172 12,173 1.3
912120 e vFeatures, 35 me. (,000 linear 914930 SBinoculars .................... no. 60 3,523 241
feet or over) ........... ltin.ft. 922,141 43,761 6,725 919 0 a iccodes and accesnor .................. g 1
912121 Features, 35 mm. (9,000 linear 9199 Optical goods e.s.................. .......... 865,9 M
feet or over), quantity only, 9 t15000 aenta ttrm t.................... .... 7 ... Si3 0
j f946200 Teeth ......................... no q731,212 511,13 08|,36
ture complete 9153 Preious metals for dentistry,
features.................no. 117 .......... ............. except silver alloys and malge............ 5
912130 Features, 16 em. (1,600 linearscu i- alosadasips.. ..... "'930
3 features, 1 ......... linar. 3q 6915650 Dontal office equipment ........................ ..10,14 30.3
feet or over). .ft 13,400 1,443 s 9150 tal upple, n.a. ........................ .3, 11.s 38.91l
912131 Fatures, 16 me. (1,600 linear 915600 Sterilizers .....................no.. I.002 w1107| 1 1
feet or over), quantity only, 915700 Surgical and medical Instruments ..... .......... 532,268 12
in number of complete 945800 Surgical appliances............................ 317|,255 aIN
features..................no.. 6 .......... ............. 9.a.atry equipment, .eparate.
9121140 Short subjects, 35 am. (less and part o ntaii ot
than 4,000 linear elements fr-control gaining str-cal
feet)................... 11.ft. 137,519 6,075 78 menats Included):
91211i Short subjects, 95 m. (less Directors and parts:
than 4,000 linear feet) quantity 150 Directors and parts:
than V1000 learf eet quanti I 5-37.-. gen ...........no.. ..................................
only, In nuber of reels 9i5903 N --U.I.; 1 6 go
or rolls....................no. 139 ....................... -m. gun ................... .......... .......... ..............
912160 Short subjects, 16 m. lesss 915905 M 7-90-m. gun............. .no .. ......... .......... ..............
than 1,600 linear 981507 N 3A1-3.7-Inch gen ..........ne ........... .......... ..............
feet) ................. in.ft. 209,219 11,928 974 Directors, n.e. ................no. .......... ...... ..............
912161 Short subjects, 18 mm. (less 915909 Parts and accessories for
than 1,600 linear feet) directors....... ............... ......... ......... ..............
quantIty only, in Finders, height and range,
nuaber...................no. 360 1 ........... *and parts:
912170 Newrele................lin.ft. 26.530 1,68 233 915921 Infantry range finders......no. ....... .. .......... ..............
912171 oewroeels, quantity only.....no. 146 .......... ............. 9iS92S3 Artillery range finderen.. ..................... ............
912180 Trailers, inserts, and 915925 lielght finders, storeoscopic.no. .................... .............
replacements..........l.. in.ft. 48,4169 1,721 455 915927 Hegloht finders, colncidenca..no ........... ........................
912181 Trailers, inserts, and replace- 915928 Height and range finders.
eants, quantity only........no. 82 ......... ............. ne.,s....................n.. .................. ..............
912190 liegative 8 me. film ...... lin.ft, 8,000 110 3IS 915929 Parts and accessories for height
912191 negative 8 m.film, and range findere........................ 1 272
quantity only..............n. 5no ....................... Sights,. except bonb-sighte:
912200 Sound track ........... l.ft.. 272,000 6.189 1,890 916941 Aircraft gun-sights no......... ... ........... .............
912201 Sound track, quantity only...no. 293 .......... ............. 915913 Tank-sights..................no.. ..................................
Positive: 91594S Sun sights, rifle and
912920 Features, $35 m. (4,000 linear echine (tlancopic
feet or over)........... lin.ft. 22,157.172 530,383 158,295 alghts inided)...........no. 275 1%3 3
912321 Features, 3S me. (4,000 91S947 Artillery sights...........no. ................... ....... ......
linear feet or over) 915918 Sights. n.e.,..............no. ................... .............
quantity only...............no. 2,896 ....................... Telescopes and periscopes:
912330 Features, 16 m. (1.600 linear 9169 1 Telescopes. flask sotting...no .......... .......................
feet or over)........... Iin.ft. 601.927 16,344 2,199 915953 Telescopes A.C. Battery
912331 Features, 16 me. (1,600 linear Comand.................... o. .................... ..............
feet or over) quantity 915955 Periscoes..................no. ......... .......... ............
only. ....................no. 19i5 ....................... 915958 Telescopesg, n.e.s...........no, lISO I
912340 Short subjects.35 m. (lIss than 91659 Parts end accessuorles for eights,
14,000 linear feet)...... ltn.ft. 3,806.533 83.529 26,100 telescopes, and periscopes ................. ........................
91231I Short subjects, 5 am. (ee 91561 Fire-control equipment sete....no. .................... .............
then 4.000 lInear feet) 915968 Fire-control equipment, n.e.e...... ......... ........... .............
quantity only...............no. 4,400 .......... ............. 915971 Alming circles..................no .......... 1.28 33
912380 Short subjects, 18 mam. (less 915979 Other milItery eqelpeant
than 1,000 linear contoling precision optical
feet)...................I in.ft.J 1,864,946 66,478 9,497 ystems.........................................................















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Cam- r C nnI y CocMoity aescripton an,4 unit set Value n t Commodity description and unit et Valuen
O.ot 4uaatity entity (dollars) ofO," etof uantity (dollars} ,ih
poundsos) .(pounds)
ol. 6) _________________.......... ............i... __iR01P 9-MISCELIARFOUS-Cntinaed GROUP 9.-MISCELLANFOUS-Cotinued

SCIENTIFIC AND PROFESSIONAL INSTRU- MISCELLANEOUS OFFICE SUIPPLIES
MERTS, APPARATiIS, ANO SIPPLIES-Continued Mechanical 0encIs:
930100 Of plastic materials .......... dor.. 7,234 111,529 5,305
Surveying and engineering 930200 Of other materials ............ do?. 397 2,796 409
Intruments. equipment and parts. Pencils, except mechanical:
m.e.s,: 930410 Of black lead ............... gross. 77,566 193.374 199,809
MNO01l Transits ....................o.. 179 28,963 5,590 930920 Other .................... gross. 27.753 86.751 70,555
18013 LevIels ......................... no., 83 5,093 1,994 930530 Pencil leads ................gross 105,300 37,903 59,877
918010 Coaes o .................... no.. 415 3,629 379 930550 Pencil parts ...................... 7,678 4,106
918017 Ptase tbles ................ 0, It 859 277 930800 Crayons ........ ............ gross. 72,190 53,232 260,632
916019 Map reproduction equipment ................... 358 46 fountain and stylographic pens:
916021 Draeing equipment and Parts .................. 50,239 26,135 930900 Of Plastic materials .......... do. 31.483 969,279 20,768
916029 Surveying and engineering 931000 Of other ateriisl ............ doz. 2,225 29.392 1,639
Instruments, equipment and 931200 Parts, except pen points ..................... 26,871 2,618
parts, .0.3 ................ .. 52,051 18,109 931600 Metallic pan points ........... gross.. 30,138 90,923 8,275
91900S Radio ground equipment used 931900 Other penholders and parts .................... .. 7.258 9.968
for the direction and 932100 Writint ink .......................... ......... 86,875 363,85
navigation of aircraft .............. .............9,319 5,431 932200 Printing and lithograohic Ink .... Ill.. 1,109,892 285,698 1,275,389
Military etuipe nt Apparatus and 932900 Other ink ............................ ......... 25,301 56,863
pemts, ofr containig ota- 939100 Paste and mucilage .............. lb. 59,963 17,209 101.523
eents I ce 939200 Carbon paper..................... Itb. 123,968 118,807 165,869
0 ioets included): 939500 Typewrlter ribbons ............ doz., 29,351 77.856 44.750
919050 Azimuth instruments e ncept 939900 Other office supolies ................ ...........239.639 371.396
aircraft.. ........... ..n. 50 496' 200 .....
9110S3 Drift meters, xe. TOYS, ATHLETIC AND SPORTING GOODS
aircraft...................no...................................TS
2,905S Load computers ................. no............ ........................ Toys (dolls and children's heel
919057 Other navigational instruments, goodS, included):
except marine chronometers 990000 Dolls and parts .............................. 94.181 73,618
and aircraft navigational
Instrumeants................... 1 56 9,049 3,055 99050O0 Children's heel goods
i and parts ................................... 5,922 16,365
919059 Range finder trainers .......... no.. ................................. 990800 Mechanical toys and Parts ..................... 13.081 18,391
919081 Control apparatus for position- Toys, n.e.s.:
Iag guns.......................... ................................90900 Metal ....................................... 23.839 38.597
919063 Fuse setters ................... no............ .......... ............991000 Wood ........................................ 99,285 94,779
919065 Gyroscopic stabilizing instru- 941800 Toys, and parts, n.e.s ..................... 349,994 628.871
meats, except aircraft .... ................................. Athletic and sporting goods:
919067 Gunners and range quadrants .... o ....................................992000 Fishing rods ................... no.. 3,36 2.976 2,81
919069 Magnetic and gyroscopic 942100 Fishing reels .................. no. 244 $77 137
compasses, exceot aircraft .... no.. 379 3.599 2,389 992200 Other fishing tackle and Parts,
9 1907 1 Plotting boards ...............no ............ ........................920 Otefihntakendprs
919073 All apparatus, or parts, for except for commercial fishing............... 18,288 10,653
91 3 s9433007 Golf balls .................... doz. 920 2587 733
detecting, fighting, or deter- 993400 Foot, basket, base, tennis,
mining position of a surface, 930 othet bas, ennis
sub-surface, or aerial target .............. 77,881 31,2498 and other balls. ecept balls
919081 Range correction board n....... no ................................... wholly of rubber ............................ 96,910 60.928
919082 Range keepers or other ballistic Other athletic and sporting
computing mechanisms .............. 58 852 616 goods, except shoes, firearms,
919085 Self-synchronous transmitters and and ammnuition:
indicators, such as selsnns and 993600 Golf clubs ...............n.. o. 193 .185 387
99qo00 Ice skates ..............Pair. 2,599 3.78 7,S95
synchro units and switchboards 999100 Roller skates............par 1,309 1.939 5.805
therefor, except aircraft .......................................... 994500 .illiard tables and
919087 Sound and flash ranging apparatus...................... .............a s ............ 0,5 3,255
919089 Sound locators for aircraft, and 99900 Other .................................... ..7.792 11,923
binaural trainers, therefor, 995000 i park and plaru
foreen adpyground 9.0 A de
for ground use......................................................... devices and parts...................... 6ltql5] 260.59
919092 Gas masks (except oxygen masks d ... .......
used in high-altitude flying, MISCELLANEOUS MILITARY EIIIPMENT
oxygen tents, and gas and oxrgen administering eguuioment...o ................................... Brides and bridge building
919093 Submarine listening devices ................. 13,029 9.632 equipment, and parts, engineers:
919SI9 Tachometers. except aircraft...no. 1.08 5,258 1,016 996001 Cable bridges...............n.. no ..................................
919095 Aircraft silot trainers, for 99003 Foot bridges ...............n... ................................
ground instruction of Pilots, 946005 Portable ferried ......................... ........................
student pilots, and combat crews 9960071 Pontoon bridges ............... no ............ .......... .............
in instrument flying naviga- 996009 Bridges, n.e.s ................. no.. 3 70.371 499,69
tion, bombing. or gunnery ..... no.. 5 12,500 15,575 996029 Parts and accessories for bridge
919098 Parts of aircraft I building .................................... 1,735 38,612
pilot trainers .............................. 8.097 2,317 996051 Kitchenamess and field baking
919098 Other scientific, laboratory, egnioent .................................. 745 3,097
and professional instruments, 996071 Military equipage, n.e.s ...................... 202 904
apparatus, and parts, s.e.s ....................1,157,670 1.331,059
FIREARMS, AMMSNITION, AN
MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS PYROTECHNICS

Pianos: Firearms and ordnance, except
921100 New ............................ no., so 25,120 33,687 fire-control equipment:
921200 used or rebuilt................ no.. 29 5,050 13,833 Revolvers and pistols:
923000 Pipe organs ...................... o .................................. 997009 .22-caliber .................. no 21 370 78
0.... 947005 .32-caliber .................. no ...................................
92320 :~gahOther orgaan ...................eas: no., S7 3.663 6993 9970070 :g-albr38-caliber ..........................nno............ '........................
Phonographs and parts: 947007 .45-caliber .................no ............ .......... ..............
923500 Coin-operated .................. no,, 98 26,227 34.034 997008 Revolvers and pistols,
923600 Other .......................... no 772 13,724 22.998 n.e.s ............................ ...........................
923900 Phonograph Parts ............................. 90,576 94,783 997009 Parts and accessories for
924200 Phonograoh records, except revolvers and pistols........... ......... .......... ............
motion-picture sound records 997100 Smll arms equipment .................................................
and dic9aphone records.................... 119,645 156,958 997221 Rifles, .22-caliber ............ no.. 177 3.787 1.613
iand instruments: 997222 Rifles, .30-caliber carbineNadisrmns 00........................... 52 1.5551
929500 Percussion ................................... 2,300 1,555 947223 Rifles, .30-caliber NI, Garand
929700 Brass-wind instruments ......... no., 163 3,013 1,158 and Johnson ................... no... ..............................
929800 Wood-aind instruments .......... no, 37 782 81 997224 Rifles, .30-caliber M 1903,
929300 String instruments ............... no_ 1,959 14.210 1.9118 Springfield and M 1917,
929500 Other musical instruments ...................... 5.380 6.616 field ....................o. ...................................
929700 slusicl instrument parts and 997225 Rifle. .303-caliber,
accessories, ne.s ............................ 78,075 43,045 Lee Enfield ................... no ....................................















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Coa- Coi.son- wodIty Snipping ity skip
code Commodity description and unit Net Value Coimodty description and unit got Vas,
goe of quantity quantity (dollars) (e)ght codeq tta
PO Pounds) go. Of quant ity questity (dollars) (mgh
(Schd,- (Suei. e
.1. 8) ale 8) ]

GROUP 9.-l-ISCELLAVEOUS-Contfnued GROUP 9.--iSCELLANEO S-Coetinsed
F IREA MS, AIMUNITION, AND FIREARMS, MMURUITIONt, AN
PYROTECHN ICS-Cont inued PYROTECANNICS-Cotined
Firerms and ordnace, etc.-Con. Firearms and ordnance. etc.-Con.
947227 Anttank rifles, Field artillery and parts--ton.
.55-caliber boys .............. no .................................... 914781 Field artillery, n.e.s ....... no ...................................
987228 Rifles, .e.s .................. no.. 0 111i 106 91761 Parts and accessories for
9g7259 Parts and accessories for rifles ............. 3,88i 2,772 field artillery (carriages,
917300 Shotguns .................... no. 2,108 30,539 18,669 adaptors, limbers and
Automatic arms and parts: caisson: included) ........................ .......... .............
917701 Machine guns, .30-caliber, Coast and railway artillery,
aircraft ................. no ............ ........................ and parts:
917703 Machine guns, .303-caliber, 067851 Seacoast guns 6-, 8-, 9.2-.
aircraft ........ .......no........................ ......... ............ 12-. It-. and 18-inch ....... no ...................................
917705 Machine guns, .0-caliber, 917852 Railway guas 8-. 9.2-, 12-,
aircraft ................. no. 6 5,il7 909 and III-inch ............... no ..................... .............
917707 Machine guns. .30-caliber, 9117855 12-Inch howitzers ............ no ...................... ..............
ground and tank ............. no ..................................... 9117857 12-loch mortars .............. no ....................................
917711 Machine guns, .303-caliber, 97858 I-Inch howitzers ............ no .....................................
ground and tank ............no ..................................... 9117859 Parts and accesasries for
907713 Machine guns, .50-callber, coast sad railway artillery ............... .......... ..............
ground and tank ............. no .................................... ntiaircraft artillery, and
97715 Machine guns, .5-inch caliber, parts. except naval artillery:
navy ..................... p..no ................................... 947861 .37-=n.--NIA2 guns. wheeled..no ...................................
947717 Sub-achine guns, .5-caliber, 917862 .30-caliber macblna guns ..... so ...................................
Thompson ..................no.. .................... ..............97882 Was-. g$ 00.. .................................
9117721 Sub-machine guns, 9t78611 .50-caliber machine guns ..... no .. .. . ........
9-m. caliber ............... no ..................................... 97865 3-inch guns ...............n.. n .................... ..............
917723 Automatic rifles, .20-callber. 917867 90-=n. guns .................. no ............ ........................
N 1918 and R 1918 A 2, 917871 3.7-nch gana.............. o..................... ..............
Browning ................. no.. ................................. 97873 1.7-lnch guns..............no............ ......... ..............
067725 Automatic arms, n.e.s ........ no ................................... 917875 106-rn. as ............0 n.... .
917729 Parts and accessories for aito- 917877 Antiaircraft artillery,
matic arms (mounts. barrels, n.0.3.......................go. .; ....... .......... ..............
and adapters Incladed) ........................................... 9117879 Parts and accessorias for antiInfantry support weapons, and aircraft artillery (barrels
parts: and carriages Incluad) .........................................
947731 2-Inch mortars ............... a ................................... Antiaircraft armament sad
917733 60-rn. mortars .............. .. ..... parts. except machine guns
917735 8-inch mortars ...no......... ..... .......... ......... ............ and antiaircraft artillery:
9117737 81-m. mortars, except 917901 20-rn. Nipano Suiza U-1
self-propelled ............no.. .................... ............. aircraft guns............no.. .......... .......... ..............
9117738 BI-mn. mortars, 91790 37-111-M4- aircraft guns ...... no .................... ..............
self-propelled.............. no ............ .......... .............. 9790 Aircraft aranent. .e.s. .no. .................... ............
917741 37-am. antitank equipment guns, 911790 Parts and accesmorls for
except self-propelled ....... no ............ ......... ............ aircraft armament (mounts
9117712 37-mm. antitank equipment guns, and barrels included)........................15 595
self-propelled .............. no ...................... ............. Tank armment, and parts.
9107413 I-pounder, 10-m., antitank except machine guns:
equipment.guns............ no....................... ............. 917911 37-m. tank guns...........no ..................... ..............
9117115 8-pounder, 57-m., antitmk 9117913 2-pounder, 10-rn. tank gunn..no ........... .......... ..............
equipment guns, except self- 917916 6-pounder, 57-rn. tank guns..no............ ......... ............
propelled ................ no............ ........................ 97917 75-m. tank guns............ono. ........... .......... ............
07718 6-pounder, 57-rn., antitank Rii94 l $-Inch tank guns ............. no .......... ........................
equipment guns, self- 947925 Tank armament, n.e.u ......... no. ......... ......... ............
propelled ................... no .................................... 91790 Parts and accessor iea for tank
1147740 75-m. antitank equipment ardent (mounts Included).......................... ..............
guns.....................no............ .......... ............. Koval artillery and parts:
947750 $-inch antitank equipment guns, 947931 20-mm. Oerlikon guns, antiexcept uelf-propelled. no ...... ... n.......... .................... aircraft.................no. .......... ........................
04742 8-inch antitank equipment 91793a 40-r. Bofors uns, antiGUs, elf-propslled ..... ..... .... ..,...... ...... .............. aircraft, twin and
91ii6 infantry support weapons, quadruple mounta ............ 4 ......... ..........................
n.e.a.--UnS............. no.. 17,000 2,006 97935 |I,-Inch guns, antiaircraft.no ............ ......................
91175 Parts and accesories for 917937 8-inch 50-calIber guns,
infantry support weapons antiaircraft..............no. .......... .......... ..............
(carriage Included) .............................................. 9117911 5-inch 25-caliber guns, antiField artillery and parts: aircraft .................n.. so ..................................
G178OI 75-ma, guns, except $0l1- 8179113 5-inch 38-callber sums, antipropelled ................... no.. .................................. aircraft (tbimo nt, single
947802 78-rn. guns, self-propelled..no .................................... base-ring, mod single
6703 18-pounder guns ............. no ..................................... pedestal Included).......no ..................... ...............
017805 25-pounder guns ............. no ..................................... 94791 2-poandar :10-r. guns. .. ...................................
9117807 1.5-inch guns ............... no ................................... 111711 3-poendr I .............. no ..................................
917811 1.7-inch guns ................ 11o ...................................917951 12-pooder ea., n.. ...................................
9117619 8-Inch guns ................no.. ................................... 0963 $-ich 2- bI r guns ....... no ..................... ............
917915 158-m. guns, new and 917955 1-lnch British type guna,...no ........... .........................
modernized ............... no .................................... 9 757 -inch 50-caliber game... no ..................... ............
917817 8-1rich guns .................. no .................................... 97961 1.7-Inch glna ..............00.. M .. ............................
917821 7"-m. howitzers, field 917963 5-Inch Si-caliber guns ..... no ..................... ............
nd pack, except 99795 5-Inch 5-coilber guns ....... n ......... .......... .............
self-propelled ........................ ....................... ..057 -guns .....................n.. .................... I.............
067622 75-m. howitzers, self- 947971 Navl guns, n.*.*. (8-noch
propelled ................... no .................................... 7-caliber, &-Inch 5-callier,
917823 105-rm. howitzers, except 1-Inch 50-collber, I-Inch
self-proelled ............no........... .................... ............. 5-callber, ed 1-inch 5091178211 105-ma, howitzers, self caliber Included) .. no .......... .........................
propelled .................o.. .......... .......... ............. .07979 Parts and accessories for
947825 1.S-Inch howitzers ........................ ..................... navel guns (mount Incloed) .............. 992 1113
067827 5.5-ich howitzers o............ ........................ Amniton for mall arms, S.0
06791 8-inch howitzers............ no .................................... caliber and under:
0678,3 l55-m, hoitzer., new* end .22-callbr:
modernized.................no..................................06101 ils lo ..................round 91 ,5001 6,27 117
917825 7.2-1ch hewtzrs o........... ..9118 0 Tracrs .......... ..... round. 00,000 L" 410
9178a7 9-inch howitzors ............. n. .......................................9-.:
91791I 2110-m. howitzers ..........n ................... no- .......... ....... IW. ...... .... .....................
947110 9,2-inch howitzeru. no.................................9181 Tracer ..............rnd......... . ..............











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NOVEMBER 1945




_t __Commodity escrIptiold t t Comdtry d1'rptio4 nd unit Neo
af Avant aos u Atit S of atty Quantityo l

.1. 8) ____________________ _____ _____ n4

G09P 9.-MISCELANE003-Cont ned 11011P 9.-MISCEILANEio3-Continued

FR14EtS. AleMINITIO*I. AND FIREARMS, ANMr11tT10, AND
*'OTECglICS- Continued PIROTECHNICS-Conti ned
Firearms and ordnance, etc-Con. Firearms and ordnance, etc.-Can.
mnition f 'r arms, etc.- Ammnstion for field, seacoast. and
Conteued railway artillery, etc.-Coa.
.30-cel Iber: I 8-anonder gin:
948111 .1ots...................round... .......... ......... .. .......94831l Armor-oiercing shot ........no...............................
948113 racers...... .......... d .. ................ 948313 Semiarmor-oiercin shot...,no.................................
948115 Armaor-elrcing 948315 High explosive shells... o.................................
cartridges.............round.. ................... ............. 948317 Chemical shells............no. .................... .........
948117 Grenade cartridges...roond.. .................... ............. 948321 Shraonel...................o.................................
S481Il Carbine cartridges...round.. ..................... ............. 25-poonder gin:
948121 Incendiary cartridges...round.. .......... .......... ............. 948323 Armor-piercing shot... no ...............................
.303-caliber: 948325 High exolosie shells......no ............ ........... ............
948123 Rall.................. ................. d. ............. 3-inch talk and antitanlk gun:
948125 Tracers.................round.. ..................... ............. 948327 Armor-oiercing shot.......,no ............ .......... ............
948127 Armor-iercing 948329 Chearcal shells..........no. ..................................
cartriadges........... roond.. .......... .......... ............. 948331 High exolosive shells.....,0.. ...............................
948128 Incendiary cartrlidges...round.. .......... .......... .............. 105-". oir:
948130 Halls. .32-caliber........round.. 6,000 131 168 948333 High explosive shells......no., .......... .......... ............
948132 9alls. .38-caliber. ..round., 31,450 499 1,065 4.5-inch gun:
9481 8 Hall, .5-caliberr........round.. ........... .......... 948335 High explosive shells. no...................................
948138 Magazines for .22, .32-, .38-and 4.7-ioch ge0:
.45-caliber ammonition....no.. .................... ............. 948337 High explosive shells......no.. ..................... ............
.455-caliber: 6-inch gn:
948139 8alts................round. .................................. 948341 Armor-oiercing shot....... no.. .......... ........................
.50-catber: 948343 High explosive shells......no.. .......... .......................
948140 9 ...................raroad.. .......... .......... ............. 948345 Shrapnel...................no.. .................................
948141 Tracers......... ,..round...................... ............. 155-mn. gun:
948143 Armor-pinrcing 948347 Armor-piercing shot.......... .................... ............
cartridges.............round.. ..................... ............. 948351 High esolosive shells......no. ..................... ............
948145 Explosive cartridges....round.. .......... .......... ............. 948353 Chemical shells............no ............ .......... ............
948147 Incendiary cartridges...round.. .......... ....................... 8-inch qun:
.5-inch caliber, navr: 948355 Armor-piercing shells... no.. .......... ...........
948151 Ralls.....................od. ............. .......... 948357 High explosive shells ......no ....... .....................
948153 Tracers...............round.. .......... .......... ..............8- and 9.2-ioch gon, railway
948155 Areor-piercing and seacoast:
cartridges...........round.. ........... .......... ............ 948361 Armor-piercing shells....,no.. .......... .......... ............
.55-caliber: 12-. 14-. and 16-inch gun:
948157 Arsor-piercing 948363 Armor-piercing shot.n.......no. .......... .......... ............
cartridges.............round.. ..................... ............. 948365 Armor-oiercing shells......no.. ................................
7.92 me.: 9148366 tigh explosive shells..,..no ............ .......... ............
948t61 Hats...............roand.. .......... ......................* 75-mn. howitzer:
948182 ShotgRn shell.............no 4.299.775 105.914 412.226 848367 High expIosive shells......no. .................... ...........
948163 Ammunition for small arms, 948368 Chemical shells............no ............ .......... ...........
n.e.s.......... .....round.. 302,050 5,838 14,416 948372 Shrapnel...................no ............ .......... ............
948165 Links and betts for small 105-m. howitzer:
ar.s aamunition.............no ............ .......... ............. 948373 Armor-piercing shot......no ............ .......... ............
948169 Comoonents for small arms 948374 High explosive shells no .............................
ameanition..................... .......... 6,187 5,276 948375 Chemical shells..........no.................................
Ammunition for infantry support 4.5-inch howitzer:
weapons and tank guns, under 948376 High explosive shells......no ............ .......... ...........
75-m.: 948377 Chemical shells............no.. ........ .....
2-inch mortar: 5.5-inch howitzer:
948201 Mortar shells..............no .......... .......... .............. 948378 High explosive shells......no. ........... ......................
948203 Chemical shells...........no ............ .......... ............. .98381 Chemical shells..........no. ........... .......... ............
60-mm. mortar: 6-inch howitzer:
948205 Mortar shells..............no. ............. ..... ............. 948382 High explosive shells... no. ...............................
3-inch mortar: 948383 Chemical shells............no...............................
948207 Mortar shells............no.................................. 155--m. hoitzer:
948211 Chemical shells..........no................................... 948384 High explosive shells.....no ............ ........... ............
S-a.mortar: 948385 Chemical shells............. ............ .......... ............
948213 Mortar shells..............o. .......... .......... ............. 7.2-inch howitzer:
948215 Chemical shells..........no.. .......... ....... ................ 948386 High exolosivn shells . ..................................
37-in. teak and antitank gun: 948387 Cheisical shells..........no...................................
948217 Armor-piercing shells......no .......... ............. hoitzer:
948219 Seeiarmor-iercin g 948388 high explosive shells. no.............
shAlls...........,......so. ........... .................. .. .* 8-. 9.2-, and 12-inch ho..ter:
948221 Arar-Hiercing shots.. no...................*..******.****.. 348391 High explosive shells.....no. .......... .......... ...........
948223 ligh explosive shells. no......... .......... ............. 949392 Field, seacoast, and
948224 Canister shells.............o.. .......... .......... ............. railway artillery
2-pounder, 40-r. task and ammunition, n.e.s.........no.. .......... .......... ............
attiank go: 948396 Coaponents for field.
948225 Armor-piercing shells.. no...******.* ...**.****.**.*.***.seacoast, and railway
948227 Armer-piercing shot........ .. .......... A. ********* **A***** d27s.artiltern a"nunition......... .......... .......... .............
948231 High eolosive shells .. no. .......... .......... .............. Amonition for antiaircraft
6-oounder, 57-Rn. tank and artillery, except machine gins:
antitank gun: 37-rs. gun:
948233 Armor-oiercing shot.......no. .................................... 948 01 Armor-oercing shot.....romd....*...**.*.. *.
948235 High explosive shells... no..,.. .............................948903 Armor-piercing shells...round................................
948237 Amonition for infantry 948405 High explosive shells...roind. ... ....... ..... .........
susoort weapons and tank 40-rm. Bofors gn:
guns n .......... .....no.... ........ .........................980 r~-irigso ~ on.
ques l:0 o.......ro* ***** 948407 Armrpecing shot .....,round.. .......... .......... ........***..
948239 Comonents for infantry ns I491 Nigh ;eplSive shells...round. ..... .....
support weapon and tank 3-inch gun:
gun annoitio0..........** *.......... .......... .......*..* *948413 Arnor-oiercing shot......... .......... .......... ...........
Amun ition for field, seacoast 948415 High explosive shells......no. .......... .......... ............
and railway artittery. .75-m 94817 Shrapnel..................no .......... .................... ..
and over: 90-mn. gun:
6-5i.* gin: 94921 Armor-piercing shot........no. .................................
948301 Arnr-oiercing shot......... .... 948422 Armor-oercing shells. no
948302 Seaiarmor-liercing 948423 HigMh explosive shells::...
shells.................no. ....................... no.............. 3.7-inch gu0:
948303 High eyolosive shells.. no......... ........... .....* 948425 High explosive shells....... .................................
948305 Chemical shells..........no............ .......... ............ .7-inch gun:
9483071 Shrapnel................. ....... ....... 948427 Hiigh emplosive shells......ne. ...............................















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C_.. Coo.oU- moditpyn tySiDa
ty Commodity description and unit Net Value finding rty hipt ng
casattyeatty (olrs ~~l code Commodity description and unit get Value 34Di
code of quantity quantity (doll ars) ah oe | l
o(pounds) No. of quantity quant ity (dollars) es)
(S.ted. (Schd.
via 8) .1. B)

GROUP 9,-iMISCELLANEOUS-Continued GROUP 9.-ISCELLANEOUS--Continsed

FIREARMS, iMUNITION, AND FIREARMS, MIUNITION, AND
PYROTECHN I CS-Cont i nued PYROTECHNICS-Cont I nued
Firearms and ordnance, etc.-Con. Firearms and ordnance, etc.-Con.
Ammunition for antiaircraft Amunitlon, n.e.s.-Continued
artillery, etc.- Continued 948713 Rifle ........................ no. Boo 1111 2. 1
1O5-m, gun: 948715 Machine gun .................. W ..................... ............
948631 High explosive shells ....no.. ..................................918719 Componentn for grenaden..................... 21 6
911:435 Antiaircraft artillery 948711 Antitank mines ..............no.. ..................................
Cmp on n.e.n. .no......................9..............948723 Components for antitank miens ......................................
9481m39 Comonents for antiarcraft Aircraft bombed, and parts:
artillery amunition ............................................. 948725 20- and 23-pound
Aircraft gun ammunition, except fragmentation ............. 0o ..................................
machine gun: 948727 30-pound fragmentation nod
20-me. Hispano Sual gun: chemical ................no....................... ..........
948501 Sells ................ round ................................... 948731 40-pound fragmentation ..... (W.................................
948503 Tracers ........ *........ round................................... 948732 100-pound cheical .......no.. ..................................
948505 Armor-piercing shells...round............................. ... 948734 100-pound general purpose
948507 91gh explosive shlln.. round .................................... and fragmentation ......... no ...................................
48509 Incendiary .............. round ....................................948735 250- and 300-pound general
948511 Inert shells ............ round .................................... purpose ................... no ....................................
37-rm. aircraft gun: 948737 500- and 600-pound general
948 13 Armor-piercing shells ... round., .................................. .. purpose................no...................................
948515 High explosive shells...round.. ................................. 948739 1,000- to 1,900-pound, Lncla948517 Aircraft gun munition, sive, general purpose.....no ...................................
n.e...................round .................................... 948742 2,000- to 3,900-pound, inclu948519 Components for aircraft gun sive, general purpose ...no.. ..................................
ammunition ....................................................... 94874 4,000-pound and over,
Naval munition, except small general purpose ........... 00 ...................................
arms ammunition: Incendiary:
20-,m. Oer I ikon gun: 948748 4-pound .................. nm ................................
948601 Tracers ................. round ....................... 948749 Other .................... 001 ......... .......................
948503 high explosive shells ... round ....................... ..........948752 325-pound depth bomb .................. ........................
948605 Antiaircraft shells ..... round .................................... 948753 650-pound depth bombs ...... no ....................................
2-pounder 40-rm. gun: 948754 250-pound semiarmor948607 High explosive shells..round ................................. ... piercing bombs ............ no.... ................................
40-nm. Bofors gun: 948755 500-pound semiarmor948609 High explonive,shells ...round .................................... piercing bombs ............ DO ...................................
948611 Antiaircraft shells ..... round .................................... 948756 I,000-pound urniarmor1.1-inch gun: piercing bombs ............ no ....................... ........
948613 Antiaircraft shells ..... round ................................... 9468757 1,600-pound armor-piercing
3-pounder gun: bombs ...................no ...................................
948615 Common shells .............. no .................................... 948758 Aircraft bombs, .e. ...... no ....................................
12-pounder gun: 948759 Parts and accessories for
948617 Common shells ............. no .................................... aircraft bombs...............................................
3-inch 23-caliber gun: 948751 Antisubmarine bombs ......... no ..................................
948621 Antiaircraft shells ........ no .................................... 948765 Submarine mines .............. no ....................................
948623 Comon shells ....... I ...... no .................................... 948769 Submarine mine parts and
948625 Illuminating shells n...... no ................................... equipment ........................................... ..........
948627 Shrapnel ................. no ................................... 940771 Torpedoes .................... no ............. ........ .........
3-inch 50-caliber gun: 948779 Parts and accessories for
948631 Armor-plercing shells ...... no .................... ........... torpedoes ................................. 16 6
948633 Antiaircraft shells ........ no .................................... 948781 Depth charges (Y-gun
918635 Common shell ................................................. ammunition) ...............no.................. .
94866 Illuminating shells ........ no................................... 948789 Components for depth charges .......................................
948637 Shrapnel ................... no ....................................948791 Propelling charges for guns,
4-inch British type gun: 1.6-inch to 10-inch,
918641 Illuminating shells n.................................... ........... and 25-pounder .................................................
4-inch 50-caliber gun: Pyrotechnics:
948643 Common shells .............. Ad ................................... 919750 Commercial and display ....................... 1,614 2,55
948645 Illuminating shells no.................................. 949793 Flme throwers ............... no ...................................
948647 Shrapnel .................o.. .......... ................ 99795 Flares, aircraft.............no 52 li 188
4.7-inch gun: 949796 Flares. airport............... no 55 5 5
9868851 Illuminating shells ........ no .................................... 949798 Other ......................................... 2,373 1.664
5-inch 25-caliber gun:
948 53 Armor-piercing shells no....... .............. .............BOS, MAPS, PICTURES, AND
948855 Antiaircraft shells. o......................... ..................... OTHER PRINTED MATTER, R.E.S.
918657 Illuminating shells ........ no . .... Books and peahlets:
5-Inch 38-cliber gun: 951000 Bound educational textbooks .................. .4148 9 671,241
948661 Antiaircraft shells ...... ... ...... ....................... 951200 Other bound books ............................ 733,885 1,341125
948683 Common shells .............. no .................................. 951400 Unbound books In sheets ...................... 64,959 13 ,62
948665 Illuminating shells ........ no ................................... 951600 Catalogs and pamhlets ....................... 96,6%5 193,752
5-inch 5i-caliber gun: 9S2200 Geographic maps md charts ..................... 19,278 21,759
948666 Common shells ................................................ 952300 Music In books and sheets ........................39,301 54,71a
948667 Illuminating shells no................................. ...Pbotogrphs ad bluaprnts:
S-Inch 54-caliber gun: 95500 Plans and speclfications for
948671 Antiaircraft shells... .) .... no .................................... aircraft .................................... 7,2A4 2,
6-inch 6-callber, -Inch 955098 Photographs and blue
56-callrer, 12-Inch SO- print, n.e.n................................. 36,236 12,875
caliber, 16-inch 45-cliber, 95S300 Newpapers, current............................ .9854 809,41S
end 16-Inch 50-caliber pun: 955500 Periodicals ....................n 9,662,237 781.44 .96900
948673 Armor-piercing shels ...... no ................................... 956000 Calendars, printed or unprinted ................ 90 97 144,11
948876 Antiaircraft shells ...... .. ..................................954 300 Lithographically printed matter ............ .. 38,713 5M,0
918677 Navel gun amunition, n.e.6.00.. 22,475 11S,7i2 79,29 958500 Playing cards .................. pack., 25,985 79,471 103 6
9118679 Components for naval gun 9S6901 Plans and specificetions for
ammunition ............................ ......................... .... air craft, printed.......................... .1 1,257
Ammunition. n.e.s.:
98701 Fuses for guns ............. no.. 500,000 394 6,900 956998 Printed mtter, u.e.s........................3,273,272 2,2
946702 Primers for gun* ............. no. 280,000 605 145 MISCELLANEOUS COMNODITIES, N.E.S.
948704 Components for fuses
and primers ....................................................... 957000 Clocks, elect gic, except
grenades, and parts: parts .......................no.. 9,813 20,550 22 0
hund grenade: Clocks, n.a.s., except electric:
948705 Fragmentation ............ no ................................... 957100 I-day tlarm clocks ............. no.. 67,847 7048 91,69S
948706 Demolition ............... no .................................... 97200 Mantel. novelty, end aell
948708 Antitank ................. no ................................... j clocks ........................ no.. 82 1,378 716
948709 Incendiary ............... no ................................... 957900 Other clocks and Prta ....................... ..014 4.42
















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Cuts- Con..
mol- odIty atty doftriptioA and unit Nnt p any Commodity description and unit Net Volu h
cooe oI uPtiytiy olllar coot
8. of quantity iAnt iNty (dollI ar p s of quantity quantity (0lr1.,a)
(Sa (Snn.&


GROUP 9.-MISCELLANEOUS--Cont ioutd GROUP 9.-ISCELLANEOUS--Cont nued

MISCELLIANEOU8 COMMODITIES. MISCELLAPEOUS COMMODITIES,
R.E.S.-,Cont inued h.E.S.-Cont nued
Witchea: 981900 Man, facturers of cellulose
9110 without je e I ................. 560 1,660 96 acetalte, n.e.s... ............................ 113,806 85,680
g sIOl With joWels .................... no. 6.344 113,888 2,819 962000 Manufacturers of all compounds
958900 Parts, except Jewel hearings ................. 111,491 5,971 of cellulose, except cellulose
9591 0 Marine chronometers............. no. 2 525 51 acetate, n.e.s. ................. ..... 94,165 81,440
909196 TIoe-recording devices end parts ............... 68,190 37,191 Op2iOO Sponges, natural or synthetic,
964001 Paintlngs. etchings, engravirgs, except rubber....................... .11.975 3,714
statuary and antiques ...........................5i,915 56,339 882200 Toothbrushes ................. doz.. 272,359 365.766 167,87
Jewelry and other personal 982100 Toilet brushes, except
Crorments, toothbrushes ................... doz.. 28,119 114.236 37.04
62000 Solid gold or platinum....................... 227,939 1,091 982501 Paint brushes .................. doz.. 18,526 107,953 51,449
Other metals, silver. gold-tilled. 982610 Ousehold brushes .............. doz.. 3,9111 11,820 21,998
rolled-gold-plate, and base real: 882691 Other brushes ................doz.. 52,524 76,756 137,790
962100 men's jewelry .............................. 86,499 4,129 982700 Combs, except wholly of
962300 Woman's jewelry ............................ 229,825 13,04 rubber ......................... no.. 10,766,326 444,667 287,03
6B00 Other articles .............................. 886,154 18,3111 Pipes and smokers' articles:
4l materials, except metal: 982$00 Tobacco pipes (all
162700 Men's Jmelry ............................... 11.800 1,161 materials) ................ doz.. 4,760 208,69 15,198
962B00 voeet's jewelry ............................ 133,055 19,993 982900 Other smokers' articles.
962900 Other art icles.... ... ........... 227,909 72,6B1 except pocket and
963500 Jewelry findings, and parts .................. 125,099 16,395 electric lighters ........................... 82,05 131,815
968000 Sott)e and container closures, 963000 Plates and cuts, electrotype,
it.a ........................ gross.. 1,3865,185 361,933 1,627,741 stereotype, halftone, litho96800 Theremotatic bottles, carafes, graphic, or engraved............ lb.. 26,129 62,23 30,818
jars, jugs, and other 983100 Umbrellas and parasols ........... no.. 19,697 70,962 20,778
thermostatic containers......... no.. 36,6556 36,182 69,787 9 3200 Candles .......................l b.. 249,142 55,570 286,27
968S9 Parts of thermostatic containers ............... 8.6598 25,652 84005 Beads and bead articles ..................... 66,586 9,845
Composition roofing: 98098 Potions, cheap novelties, and
96930 'Asphalt roofing ........... square. 109,856 168,910 5,952,86 specialties, n.e.s........................... 812,005 792,507
969600 Asbestos roofing ........... square. 29,122 103,786 2,918,735 Household and com'mercial
96990 Other roofing .............. square. 13,872 20,038 975.538 refrigerators, except
buttone and parts: electric:
971100 buttons, cellulose compounds, 984100 Mlechanical. ................no.. 19 73,036 252,2e7
galallth, and other 984200 Ice, except mechanical ......... no.. 2.174 38.127 2,269,498
compounds ................ gross. 792,16 3711,191 251,603 981600 Soda- ouetain equipment and
971250 Pearl or shell ............ gross. 41,923 13,18 0,159 har supplies...........11,320 13,162
971290 Other materials ........... gross. 55,612 15,007 26.817 984900 Fishing tackle and equipment
971300 Batton parts, back$, blanks, suitable only for commercial
or molds................gross. 57,521 22,919 30,957 fishing ............................. ......... 47,770 59,258
Lamps and Illuminating devices. 885300 Shoe findings, except leather
except electric: and rubber ....................... ......... 15,234 381,30
979100 Incandescent mantles ........... no. 324.100 19,03 0,494 987100 Coin-operated commodity vending
979200 Lanterns, wick ................. no. 91,351 62,87 197,486 machines ....................... no Ot 2,961 6,199
9S938G Gsoline pressure lampa, 987200 Other coin-operated machines,
xce' ... a ......... ;o
lanterns, and parts ......................... 20,594 26,729 icl.2 16,167 35,278
97900 Other lamps, except electric...nu.. 20,982 37,166 56,78 990000 Household and person fct................. .1,566,13 2,380,702
979900 Other lighting devices and Ail commodities exported for
parts, n.e.s., except gls ................. 31.84 39,909 relief or charity:
960000 Matches ........................................ 113,455 714,581 999810 Food ........................................ 1,284,297 6,407,815
980700 fire-fighting equipment. except 999820 Clothing ........................ .......... 6,553,258 23,274,316
automotive fire engines ....................... 150,080 341,102 999830 Plonkets and beddings .............. ...........231,860 341,39
Manufactures of synthetic gums 99980 Drugs and biological
and resins: supplies .......................... ......... 401,333 735,72
Molded products: 999P50 Surgical, sanitary and
981201 Phenol-formaldehyde, hospital supplies and
fabrIcated .................. lb.. 11,32 14,246 13,188 equipment .................................... 712,931 1,030,310
961203 Methyl mthacrylae. 999860 Ambulances and other motor
fabricated .................. lb.. 6,776 15,818 9,333 equipment ................................... 19,687 52,442
98200 Nylon .....................lb.................................... 999890 Other ..............................F......... 613,111 1,321,356
931207 Urea-formaldehyde, 999910 Oeneral merchandise valued at
fabricated .................. lb.. 5,826 6,495 7,666 $10 or less ................................. 415,001 8,889,833
1298 Other synthetic gums and This commodity number should
resins ...................... lb. 36,339 10,593 11,988 be applied to:
Other synthetic resin products: (a) All single items of
981301 Phenol-formaldehyde products. Schedule 8 commodities
fabricated, except molded...lb. 5,218 7,525 5,572 valued at $10 or less.
981303 Methyl methacrylste products, (b) All totals of Schedule
fabricated, except molded..lb.. 16,870 19,921 20,803 h commodities, single
961205 Nylon products, except items of which are valued
yarn and textiles ........... lb. 837 6,691 1,130 at $10 or less.

91307 rea-formaldehyde products, 999950 Miscellaneous military
fabricated, except mlded...Ib. 66 202 130 and naval equipment,
988 Other synthetic resin unclassified ................................. 97,883 278.99.
products ................... lb., 60,6 65,77 72,021 9999901All articles, n.e.s............................ 251,304 3,223,886

































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Co~n-.ConIty Commodity description and unit NetSipping ity Comodity description and unit Net Value $bipelag
ce of quantity quantity (dollars) g of quantity quantity (dollars)
No. o uniyq y (ol1) (egt Cd ,
(Sched. (Sche.d


TOTAL UN ITED STATES EXPORTS OF GROUP O.-AINALS AND ANIMAL
DOMESTIC AND FOREIGN NERCHANOISE.... .......... 38,937,013 17,820.508,899 PRODUCTS, INEDISLE-Continued

TOTAL UNITED STATES EXPORTS OF Furs, undressed-Continued
FOREIGN IERCHANDISE.......................... 26,605,382 80.577,045 07800- I.skrat........................no.. 1.4 2,160 238
-3 0100
GROUP 00.-ANIMALS AND ARIMAL 072901 Coney, rabbit, and hare........no.. 84,6211 53,718 26,3N
PRODUCTS, EDIBLE.............. .......... 440,209. 2.420.507. 072903 Ermine and weasel............no, 3.589 7,473 ISO
001000 072905 Fitch, and kollasky............no.. 7,500 8,794 .000
00100jAnimals, edible...................... .......... .......... ............ 072907 Squirrel....................no.. 115.90 114,112 7.3S
001900072908 Lamb, kid, sheep, and goat
002000 Beef and veal, fresh or frozen...lb. .................... ........... skin fOrs.....................no.. 455,571 1.215,073 203,531
003600 Beef, canned....................b. 2,054,318 20,888 2.068,755 071100,
002100- 072100003500- 072500, Other..........................no.. 34,673 259,513 16,58?
003500: Other seats.....................lb.. 33,570 15,118 40,806 02998
00300 07330000Fa d o d .o000400 Sausage casings..................lb.. 50,209 73,034 58,246 074008 Purs, dressed or dyed..........no.. 3.S83 18,830 1,h12
DOWD07!i0 Fur manufactures ..................... .......... 6,695 as5
0000Anleal oils and fats, edible..lb....,........ .......................... u suatrs.................,0
006000-050
080005 Opera and whale oil..............lb.. .......... ...................
006000 Milk and cream, fresh and 085700 Tallow, Inedible................ lb.. .......... .......... ..............
sterilized.....................gal.. ........... .......... ............. 080300006100 1411k and cram, condensed and 080901
008200 0vprtd.........00.08 ..... ..... ....... U Animal oils, tats, and greaNec,
aporate.... ...ld b...........0 db n .e................l.. 48'150 P, 565,193
006300- Milk, dried................... lb.. .......... .......... ............. 085805006400 085808
006550 Butter.......................lb.................................. L0i0000Lve aniaala, Inedible................... ........ 3,010 ,1i8

0067 Cheese...........................Ib.. 922 303 1.366
6798 093500 Bristles.........................lb.. 8.630 17,354 9,988
006850- Infants' foods, malted 092300.
0069908 ailk, etc.......................16.. .................... ............* 05900.
Fish and fish products: 094205-Anles products. inedIble. n.8. ..... 20,077 12,374
Salted, pickled, or dry-cured: 099998
007800 Cod, haddock, bake, pollock,
cusk..................... b............ ............. ... ..... ........ GROUP I-YEETABLE A*63
00700 PR0OCTS AND BEVERAGES .......... ...........1,044,663 6,790,0.9
00700 1 Other........................lb. 6.88 1,851 11,943 105700 Ritce, cleaned...................b.. 52,780 4.486 53,170
007901 107100 Wheat;...........................be.. .......... .......... ..............
01070081

008 F ish, canned................lb. 95,057 40,725 127,357 1070 heat flor..................cwt 8,05 34,111 8l6,$3
101100007000 105500,
007100 Fresh or frozen..............lb., 08,142 16.387 108,350 158 Grains and preparations, n.e................... ..11.85 101,557
0000 106 100,
000007 107700009098 Other fish and fish products, 109900
n.e.s.........................lb, 5.157 11,903 7,504 110100 Foder and feeds............ton...................................
009400 Most extracts..................lb.1 .......... .......... ..............11990

Eggs and ag products..20.50 Beane, dry, ripe.................lb. 1S" 35 168

008500 Edible animal products, n.e.a........ .................... .............1 20213 Peas, dry, ripe..................lb. 181.60 4,8187 188,011
009900 1202501

GROUP 0.-ANINALS AND AMAL 120700- Vegetables, fresh or frozen......b.. 805 431 1.193
PRODUCTS, INEDIBLE.............. .......... 2,841.292. 2,936,308 122480

020101-Cttle hides.....................lb .............................. 11 egetabe, canned..............Ibl. 186,48 23,31 201,833
020104Catl bie.........pc.. .......... .......................
020101 12400
020501-Ki and00 cafsis "" "*, Vegetables and preparations, a.e.$ ... .......... 8,459 91,375
K200 p and Calf akin*,.............. b.. ......... .........................100 IBM al.adprprtoa ~.,.........8401,
020704 Pip lb.. .......... .......... ............. 2 I
lb131100 Bamana,....... ... lb. 030,115 36891 971,112
and001- Sheep and lab lks............. /Papple, *bat.. 190 5 388 39,tW
023008 pC.. .......... ......... ......
30200025010oat and kid skin, lb........... ....... .............*30500,
025016 Gt"*""". pC....................... ............. 0 Frvits and preparations, P.e.e...lb.. 101.102 35,719 256,207
0260013500 0200 sides and ckina, n.e.a. l..nb.. 163.317 52.372 185,49313 09
025098 I137903 Almnds, sweet...................lb., 143.964 38.424 150,757
030000 e a 137905 Bratil or cream..................18. 858 734 1.180
030000 Upper lather......................... .......... 3,473 1,738 137007 FIlIberts ..........1.....l.. 98,83 2000 08,605

137400
G360 love and parent leather ..... sq.tt., 1,170 419 67 li750 sXts and preparations, edible,0..* ........... 59,205 102,9t
033960137995
032100*
03210 13100 Peanut otl edble...............Ib.. .......... .......... ..............
03530 Leather, n.e.6.............................. 553.713 1,082.029 11401 Oline Il, edible................It.. ................... ..............
035900 14200000900 Leather manufactures........................... 1.580 90,141 4 Edible vegetable oiled, a.e.c.....lb.. 788,178 83.557 791,=0
141700.Eil eealeM 18 8's
Furs, undresed: 144I02
071300*400
071600 Fox............................o00. 31,131 102,240 2,151 150100 Cocoa beans..................... 111373 3,07 14,53
















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ityit
cm a 00itty description and ou t Rt alutd ty de r'ption and unit i t ret
o ovtity quantity (dolIs) Co of Iuatidty quality (ofters)
(Snina. (SCe'.
1 P), -,!1. 1) 0 8)

ROUP I .-VFEGETA9E FOOD PRODUCTS GROUP 2. VEfIFTABLE PRODUCTS, INEDAMD BvERA3S-Cant nued ISLE, EXCEPT FIBERS AD WOO Con.

Cocns and chooelate...........lb............. .......... ..........................lb..

150600 Ta.e ..lb. 40,383 32,39 55,089 240600-Field and grass seeds, t.ess.....lb.. 3,020 2.400 3,200
51100- 241990
151200 Coffea........................lb. 323,174 58.469 372.044 246700-Flowr and vegetable sands. b.. 24,169 2,198 24,237

151300 lable beveraqe materials, ..es .5... .......... 100 66827500
159901 C isca.'...........--.......... lb. 2,945 69b 2,045 25350015"902 C :: :::a::.......... _:............b 10,70 5,'9 :237 259i8 Nursery and greenhouse stock......... ........... 581 850
154903 Casale........................lb6 240 Ill 109
154905 Cloves, angrosud...............lb 22,331 9,359 23,096 261100 Cigar leaf .....................................................
154907 Butmg. angroand...............lb 2.863 1,454 2.905 261300 Perique leaf tobacco.............Ib........... ...................
154911 Pepper, unground................lb 184.174 22,328 188,180 261500 Foreign leaf, re-exported.......lIb. 44,091 63.605 98.985
1S4915 Vanilla beans..................b. 4,522 23,576 5,538
14998 Spices, n.e.s...................b. 63,751 22,155 78,346 260110161910 sugar.........................Ib. 250.000 11,179 252,270 200800, Other tobacco and manufactures.................. 2,632 2,303
2617506290-225
Other related products...........lb. 347,959 53,630 419,369 292950
299905 Vegetable tallowa and wan. l...b SI,501 23.639 52,217
70200-malt liquors....................gal.-..................... ............. 299993 Vegetable ivory and taqua nuts...lb 548,848 21,096 552,291
170400 291100171600 Whisky....................... pf.gal. 9,229 50,771 191.679 295100,
299991, Inedible vegetable products, n.e.s... .......... 3.081 81,623
'17100 Other distilled liquors.. pf.gal 67,629 359,434 1,099,371 2999957 Soo299998 175000 Wines...........................gal. 10,403 19,001 122,678 GROUP 3.-TEXTILE FIBERS AND
170100, MANUFACTURES.................... .......... 18,493,287. 50,224.038
176100- Beverages and trait juices, n.e.s........................ .............30000S
178000 3000lot Cotton, unseanufactured ........... lb.. 145,725 45,668 148,660

GROUP 2.--EETA8IE PROUCTS, 300600- Cotton seminanufactures.......lb.. 2,124 2,006 2,401
INMEDIBLE, EXCEPT PIBERS AN0 301320
WOD ........................... .......... 573.384 3,328,432
Cotton manufactures:
200I00 Rubber crude.....................Ib. 590,912 198.051 622,315 Cotton cloth:
302000200901- Synthetic, reclaimed, and scrap 303900 Unbleached................sqyd.. 310 972 61
201200 rubber..........................b ................................ 304000
201100 Rubber manufactures................. .......... 3.016 3,655 307900 Bleached, dyed, etc. sq.yd.. 98.232 5,107 5,194
209990
S30000 Other cotton fabrics............ ........... 33,715 36,215
21100
211600 "at stores .....................Ilb.. .. . .. ..I.. . .. .I.. 0 0
309000- Wa iga pr l.......... ...... 119
211000 Chicle, crude or advanced........lb.. 1.335 614 1.355 312900 WearIng apparel............................... III 19
21000 Shellac.........................b.. 63,508 13,937 65,537
212500. 316100 Karrow fabrics, nonelastic......... .......... 2,083 1,968
2iSO- Ovi and resins, a.e.s...........lb. 196,286 38,736 204;059
9 ers isus& s 3 17900- House furnishings................. .......... 32 27
220100- DrageS berbsa, leaves, and roOts,
220968 crade........................ b. 234,577 96.884 238,606 30150022200 tora.........30 1900, 222030 Copra.......................th.. .......... .......... .............319110 Cotton manufactures.,............. .......... 942 3,611
221000- 319900
222020, Other oil seeds..................lb.. .......... .................... Vegetable fibers, unmanufactured:
320507 Istle or Tamoico............I.ton.. 31 18,379 74,835
Expressed oil$ and fats, inedible: 320515 Manila or abaca.............I.ton..........................
223000 Coconut oil...................lb.. .......... ......... ............. 320519 Sisal or henequen........l.ton.. 2,050 386,170 4,600,780
224801- Fatty acids and vegetable soap 320501224898 stock.........................lb .. ........ .......... ............. 320505,
320509-Ote nauatrdfbr..Ito. 17 4,6 958
229901 Castor oil, comercial.........lb. 22,046 2,216 24,546 20513, Other unnanafactured fibers..l.ton. 187 96,767 1,58
224906 rapeseed and oiticica oil, 320521inedible...................lb.. 21,505 5,184 24,040 320598
229910 Tung oil.................s..lb 848 347 951
224912 Soybean oil, crude............lIb.. .......... .......... ............ 32200 Jute bags........................lb. 77,129 3,770 77.180
224925 Pale and palm kernel oil.......lb.. 1,353,800 114,897 1,353,800 322401 Bags of jute....................no. 72,561 .
223100- 322905 Jute burlaps..................lb.. 125,313 14,804 125,313
222200, 321100' Other jute manufactures..........lb.. 205 90 835
239902- 322998
224909, Other expressed oils and fats..lb. 205 140 249 339916 Flax fabrics.....................lb.. 8,126 12,688 8,334
229915,
224960- 339935, Flax, heap, and ramie
224998 339986 manufactures, n.e.s................ ......... 6,572 3,709
Essential or distilled oils: 341100-Cordage, except of cotton
227100 Citrus oils.................lb. 2,008 6,543 2,912 341998 or jute......................lb. 60,034 5,587 60,586
226800- 349500- Vegetable fiber, straw, or
226900, Other essential or distilled 349998 grass manufactures, o.e.s.......... .......... 28.425 204,953
227903- ails..........................lb. 3.474 17.591 4,100
227998 360903 Carpet wool...................lb...................................
228000 Blended, compunded or aised 360905 Clothing wool..................lb. 34,912,951 13,53,433 35,921,340
perfen-flanor ots............lb 390 3,090 1.061 360907 Combing wool,....................lb. 7,980,637 4.019,838 8,318,219
233905 Quebracho extract..............lb..360911 Rair, Angora. cashmere,
281100- Alpaca, etc.....................................................
238100 Dyeing and tanning
23800 extracts, n.e.s...............lb 15,680 2,91I 15,960 362200240100 Alfalfa.......................lb. .......... ....... .... ....... 362600 rool rags, noils, and waste. lb 12.001 10,015 12,533
















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Con- Co,moo.- modI ty Sn ippin9 ity Sh e cnV
Commodity description aa unit Set Value e
code of quantity quantity (dollars) (pounds) of quantity quantity (dolrs) penney)

(Snund (Sch d
ule ) .l 9)

tROtP 3.-TEX1LE FIBERS AND GROUP 5.-ONIVETALLIC IPERALS-Con.
14A01FRCTIJES-Cont inCued
503000 Gas oil and distillate fuel
352800 Wool tops ........................ lb 119,227 89,060 125,961 oil ........................bbl 2:90 611983 853,255
363300 Wool yarns ....................lb..................................... 503100 Residl fuel oils. ....... ...................................
3642 5010331900 Wool fabrics .................... Ib.. 11,001 10,577 11,233 501200
366200 Carpet and rugs............... sq.yd.. 3,319 23,3113 10,019 501900, Other petroleum products ....................... 25 113
50330030750- 505900
36 950 Wear in n apparel ...................... .......... ... ..55 0
36 0 5100Mrble, stone, and manutactures ................ 151 5, 8
366300[ 512700
366601, Other wool or mohair manufactures ............... 201 121 5100
3699 f5l7000 Cemont and manufactures ........................ ........................
390501n1 and manufactures ............................. 61 1,032 517100 Line........................bbl...................................
309900 Hi n auatrs........ ..... 65 102570
5212003702001 98 Glass ................................ ........... ......... .. .. ..
379900 Silk and manufactures .......................... ..15,38 399 523098 ..............

3:3005- 523200- ef lied glass containers ............ ............ li,0. 1,27,523
3811200 Yarns, thread, and filaments ...lb.. ................................... 523600
30150 Other rayon and synthetic textile 523710385900 manufactures .................................. 7,953 1,959 529900 Other glassware................................. 135 91
390100- Coated or impregnated 530300- Clay and products .............................. T. 77S 31,753
391700 fabrics ...................... sq.yd. 1,4117 576 029 537998
511000- bras7,938 2
3911050 Ot braids and materials ......... yd. 561,805 20,161 6,211 a109998 iv, natural.............. .............
391200- 511105- Abrasives, artificial ...............60 .......... 663 5.2,0
395800 Oats and hat bodies .............. no.. 1,023 1,497 212 5111900
391800- 55105- Asbestos and manufactures ............ ........... .4,120 1,97
other textile manufactures ........... .......... 27,2311 39.552 5 1 A t t d
360-54 7000- Asphalt and bitumenand mnu399900 517100 features ...............................................................

GROUP 1.-WOOD AND PAPER ......... .......... 107,4171 1,4,92,68 517201-Grauhite and carbon or graphite
548098 products ...................................... 272 2,011
9 hardwood logs ............... M bd.ft.. 21 15,406 11.9,872 MOOG55100- Wica and manufactures ...........lb.. 6,1114 2,270 6,30
401200- Softwood logs ..............14 bd.ft. 2 00 0 000
5910- 596008 Ouartz crystals ................................ 18,034 2.059

103900 other unmanufactured wood ...................... 677 25,18 5493004100000- 519000,
109500 Sawed timber ................ M bd.ft ..................................... 571400- other nonmetallic mineral
588000, products, except precious ..................... 737 2.225
110000- Boards. planks, and 590010,
413900 scantlings ............... 4 udft- 63 8,893 243,110 596098
Other 599005. Diamonds, industrial .......... carat.. 28,833 80,738 22
h1590D s mill products ...... M bd.ft ............ ... .......... 599098 Other precious, synthetic, and
Imitation stones, Including
120950 Cooperaqe ...................................... 4,357 72,328 pearls........................................53.900 III
4101 GROUP 6-METALS A8D MAUOther wood manufactures ........................ 5,732 21,779 FACTURES EXCEPT MACHINERY
AND VEILES .............................. 635.511 4,02,887,
30900Cork nd manufactures6..........lb 22,323 0,915 23,300 00100 Iron ore ...................... .ton ....................................
110100-Sulfite wood pulp, 600700- P
1600 bleached .................... s.t .................................... 601500 Pig iron and scrap...........Iton..........................
11010Sulfite wood pulp, 001005-.
ubleoachad ..................... s.t ................................... 8011200 Ingots. bars, plates, etc ...................... 558 I13.41t

100000, 6011300-Other steel will products. except
110800-Other paper stock ............... lb.. 90 79 115 609900 castings and forging$ ......................... 11,SI6 79.439
610000- Castings and forgngs ............ lb.. 5'0%5 309 5.32
1110 ewspriet paper .................. 613,215 21,1189 819,238i 610800 adfrlg.....l. ,8 0 ,3
471200 Nook paper, uncoated...........l.. b.. 951,02 10,725 90,928 616200
7100 rapplo paper .............. lb.. 51,801 0,130 57.860 611900 Cutlery and parts .................... .......... 2.,683 9,102

472300- Wrapin pae ............................... lb..1 54,311,/0'.'006190
015300 T16 l0
1172000- 017898....................................... ..11 ...... 10.31S $9,720
Other paper and related products ................ 27,008 182,692 6179007008800 Hardware ..................................... g29 1171

6:8900 SeiIng machine Snd other
GROUP 5.-ORMETALLIC MINERAL$... ......-.... 79,779. 6,611,363 69000 needles .......................... 3.. 13,963 12
500100 Cool, anthracite .............. l.ton .....................................613100500200 Coal, bituminous ..............ton............ ..................... 1 Sprocket and other chains ........ 2,16 1,10 2.8
500300. Coal and coke briquets and 620520 t
50000 coke ...................... I.ton........... .......... ...............6205. .
501605- Aviation motor fuels ............ bbl.. 1,362 5,386 313,332 012100
501981520 501 -O79 r fuels and Osolin ......... 29,201 2,571,750 otherr Iron and steel manufactures ............ 141,220 27,872
05 Ohrmtrfesadgsln 201 2,S 09056

502700 Kerosene ....................... 1,375 9,906 1,273,999 0
















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000p0n Commodity O.40 lot,( ionf *44,rt lit 4,l
44 Cealt ofer qu aty an4t Nt I (iI .. 44nt, (0011."41
(SSno


GRO4W 6.-N(ThLS 660 MANUFACTURERS, GROUP 7. IACINERY W I MI~CLESEXCEPT MN6168 AND VEHICLES8- Continued
Coant issued
I ~ ~ watercraft and parts,.............. .....372,334 638.850
62206 Forrotaxigstam................ t . ............... .....74no8$
621303 j 9500
6..other forro..iloys..... ........lb1)............ ...................... buo0,
629M 783700 Other vehic les and parts. except
2,00,Almnu Adm&u~curs ... 9840 ni it aryX.....................................474 2,704
Alaln.........atar 191 1,119 199993830996 79998
6'i09OO00 91 p e nd manuactrs....... 27990 2,25b,142 719601- Ordnance combat vehicles and
643 98 799V-3 parts .........-1.......... .............-.............................
6 000-6lrame and bronze maufactures............ ....25,219 294,26D GRU -.~~~CL 8A080
8447998 RU HMCL N E
LATE ODCS 085.......... .... ............59,73u, 797,556
65'0700- Lea an manuf4actures................ 44,974 o61.392
651S98 18865901- Colaor*, dyes, and sta-s- 4_1s 1,122 4.944 1.255

699bI Nickel $no manufactures............ ............. ..........-.......850

65698 888508665500- Zn and manufactures......... ...... ... ......... .984 51,49. a0838: Ottro a 9 "Sao...........................
657996 868


663500 Qvicsilver or mercury.....Ia. 6 12.924 14.589 49,448 842000 biolgics.._.............. .......... .......9536
869530 C4ro MA u............ ... .......1, ............ ............................295 30
664 5W5 Cobalt........................_lb .............. ........ ........... 820
6640- 61403- Droggists' nonfproarrntary
63 0 84 2798 preparations,...................................,694 2,4
6680Other ntonferro a oreas, metals and :48064954. alloys excep t precious ....... .................48,808 382,938 8 dogis roprietary medicinal preparations..... ............UG 2,492
6646590669498 *814100.
811o00, Other Medicinal and ph~armaceutical
Preclove metals and plated 84586r2rton....................6 ,5
69200-0- .:re, except jeahe4Cy Agd 040- prprton1............I......085 ,
696700 and siver are, buallion, i 0
and co44. ...........4,9 I8 ..88hncl pcate.............. ,4Zb 2O _Chmcl........ ...... .. 4.,548 18.889
4 829990

V ENT 4.83............ ........... ............792.2814 995,828 836598 ;Arsenious oa8.............. lb.. 4a.855 640 11,580


70MOD Generator, accesse, nd4, orte...............2,489 9.489 830080704208 8308,0
707642- Sign., And communication devices ..... .......... ...4384 4,398 830870, Ohraisndnyrde....Il_ 261723

70419 8.-309920

707590, Other~ electrical mach8inery "4,8 834538 dine, crade and renoblimed. 44.1.. 7,465 9.574 8,332
709200- aptprats....... ................. ............4,244 3,24 1

744400-Poner-generating machnenry, except 834840, other industrial chemilcals..n .... ... 37,971 232.8b4
7419900 electrical and automotive............... .1 2 83639
720400 Construction and conveying 880
72900 machineryp.................... ................48 285 84210~~n, 044. n an4ln. 445440

70W ining, imell and pamping mach.inery ... .........3,871 2,482 950949 Soium nitrate......... .......45o.. 400.000 4 ,850s 405,000
650500.
740006" al-orking machinery............ ..............5,113 26.772 850905, Other nitrogenous fertilizer
7'48512 68525- materials ....... -.......... .............. .......I.. .... ....

750000 Knitting machinery and4 pr.............828 240 810
750900 853404- Potessic fertilizer materials .... To .. .......... .............. ..........
760500-O-ther textil4e aei~ng and soe. 853187
75750 machinery................................ ...81,4 42,958 8515487590 Oter idusrialmaciner .........3. 7 2904 8520008 Other fertilizers and fertilizer
775098-Ohe 1d~ra alI4r. 312 2 .02 84008- products ..... _....................................... ...... ...

775200- Accounting and calcuating
776100 machines, and parts.... ..................... ....60 1.1 88600- Explosivee, fuses, and blasting
882900 caps.. ........... -...............................................
7727Other office aooli ncen. ......... ... ......9210 7o -sap............82 48 I
"I780 872900 hap................4.to. 2,442 826 2,220

770gPrnting and bokbinding machinery ... .......................?4O0n4r~, 4. .8 .9 ,0

760000- Agricultural machinery end
7869998 iftol eats............. ...................2,711 44,888 874080-Other soap and toilet
790 9- Atiust iI a ................__........ 1,34 ,4b877000 preparations ........ ............... -.......37,345 402,822
793193050 1 CbOOP 9.-InISCELLANEO003......... .............787,772 4,087.074.

730-A Ircraf t.......... .............. .............40,000 31,360 908 optonraphic and0 projection good0 -.................5,279 2,277
794400 R44808

799505-I"' 950 ltry equipennt, apparatus
79981 thereaircraft instruments and Trto5 contains
794604- Parto and accessaries....................3,667 74,553 9197 'a tca1 elements......... ...... I....... .. ......... ........
794998
MLtary equipment, p4,t4
7075, Ircraft engine parts 949050 In at ltceonn
799798 and accessories .....................................................opt iCal elements................. ............ ....,85 2,343










UNITED STATES EXPORTS OF FOREIGN MERCHANDISE

NOVEMBER 1945

Con,-Com.oo mooo tee Commodity description and unit Met value Shpig od Commodity description and unit get Value shtheln
CNo n odi qucipnandtuity qunet Vle ~ ~ ~ uniyqatity (dollars) (.Ih cd
cd quantity quantity (dollars) (pounds) (e. (-- a)
(S60e- (Sono.
ule 8) ole B)

GROUP 9.- MISCELLANEOUS-Continued GROUP 9.-NISCELLAREOUS-Contionsd
91 l200- 952200915800, Scientific and professional 952300 maps, pictures, and other printed
916011- instruments, apparatus, and 965098- mater, except military ............. .ictu3 0 12,
919005, supplies, except military..................... 19,464 2,753 956500,
91909 b 956998
92 0 .957000- Clocks, watches, and parts ........... .......... 15.012 &P
27ausici instruments ............................ 610 168 959198
981000 Art works ...................................... 327,50?P 09,80
930100- miscellaneous office supplies .................. 35,082 6,793
939900 962000- Jeelry ......................................... 6,961 1.22
963500
95 000 Toys, athletic and sporting goods .... .......... 813 1,57u,
94000 990000 Nousehold end personal effects ................. 29,275 IS62as
9400:- miscellaneous mi I Itary equipment.. 999810- All cineoditles exported for
94(6071 m9.......................................99890 relIef or charity .............................. I6..15 7 10,712
917004. Pirearms, ammunition, and fire- 999910 General merchandise valued at
919798 works ......................................... 227,830 928,451 $10 or less ................................... 8 2,41%
999950 miscellaneous military and naval
951000- Books and pamphlets ............................ 2,607 1.,1.71 equipment, unclassified ........................ 00 11,535
951600 968000955001, Plans and specification$ 987200 All other articles, .e. ...... ....... ... ....... 51, 97T .|1
95690r for. aircraft ......................................................... 999990











































































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