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Report of the 24t Fiscal Period
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REPORT OF THE
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DOMINICAN CUSTOMS

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CONVENTION OF 1924



TOGETHER WITH
SUMMARY OF COMMERCE FOR 1930


SUBMITTED TO THE BUREAU OF INSULAR AFFAIRS, WAR DEPARTMENT
UNITED STATES OF AMERICA, BY THE GENERAL RECEIVER
OF DOMINICAN CUSTOMS, SANTO DOMINGO
DOMINICAN REPUBLIC


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THE AMERICAN-DOMINICAN CONVENTION, 1924


REPORT OF THE TWENTY-FOURTH FISCAL PERIOD-
DOMINICAN CUSTOMS RECEIVERSHIP
WILLIAM E. PULLIAM, GENERAL RECEIVER


OFFICE OF THE GENERAL RECEIVER,._
Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic, March 12, 1931'.
Sin: The annual report of the Dominican customs receivership for
the calendar year 1930 (the twenty-fourth fiscal period) is respect-
fully submitted herewith. It comprises also a complete compilation
of statistical data which form a summary of commerce of the foreign,
trade of the year.
For a full appreciation of the trying year through which the Domin-
ican Republic passed there must be taken into account the several
more important contributory factors each of which played its part in
the notable trade decline reflected in the diminution of customs rev-
enue collections of first concern to the receivership.
In common with world-wide conditions there was a continuation
of the economic depression which became even worse than during the-
year 1929 and carried with it to further lower levels prices obtained:
for the principal products regularly exported. The commercial re-
turns from such sales naturally lessened the purchasing power for
imports. With restricted credits commerce was conducted on a re-
duced scale. The economic condition of Santo Domingo must' depend
on the exported product, which provides the country with its cash crop.
Early in the year there was a sudden political turnover which.was
the preliminary to several months of the usual political agitation be-
fore the installation of a newly elected government and this develop-
ment operated as a deterrent to the ordinary commercial movement.
Third important factor was the unprecedented hurricane of Sep--
tember 3, which wrought great devastation on the capital and in turn
had a sympathetic influence throughout the Republic, one of anxiety
and further depression. The effect of the hurricane which laid waste-
so much of Santo Domingo City was to make a worse economic sit-
uation of an already bad one.

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COLLECTIONS
It was quite evident at the commencement of the year that lower
totals of customs collections would prevail and the decline marked
each month when compared with the month corresponding of 1929.
There was no escape from the effect of the ruinous prices received for
the country's chief staple product-sugar-and the likewise continued
lower prices for the other crops which supply the export trade.
Gross customs collections from all sources in 1930 dropped to the
low level of $3,594,567.92, or a decrease of $1,394,959.14, in compari-
son with similar fiscal returns in 1929 ($4,989,527.06). The percent-
age of the decrease was 27.94.
Import duties yielded $3,505,338.43; in 1929 from the same source
there was collected $4,891,423.35, the difference being $1,386,084.92.
Schedules 6, 7, and 8, which appear in Appendix A, show the
sources of collections by ports and by months, as well as the decreases
registered.
DISBURSEMENTS
The disposition of all funds handled by the receivership was made
in accordance with the provisions of the convention and following a
-well-established practice.
The significant feature of the year's transactions was that the major
item instead of going to the Government, as is usually the case, was
paid to the fiscal agent of the Government to cover interest charges
and sinking-fund obligations for account of the outstanding loans.
A total of $2,434,262.20 was thus disbursed, of which amount (see
remarks, "Bonded indebtedness") $89,142.34 pertained to segrega-
tions made from 1929 collections, but was transmitted in January,
1930. The balance, $2,345,119.86, represented the portion of the
total collections which was applied to the service of the loans. It is
significant to record that the amount was 65.24 per cent or practically
two-thirds of the entire customs revenue.
The foregoing, on account of the notable reduction in volume of
collections, left a comparatively small amount for the Government
:after deduction of cost of operation. In fact, the total was $848,-
870.86 (Schedule 9), the lowest amount the Government has received
in a year, with the single exception of 1921. There were other dis-
bursements, amounting to $46,912, authorized by and made for ac-
count of the Government. Under the two headings, $895,782.86 was
the total received by the Government, or about 25 per cent of the
customs collections of the year.
Third in importance were disbursements incident to the cost of
operation and maintenance of the service, for which purpose there
was expended $190,552.06 at 5.30 as percentage cost to collect.
Expenditures and dispositions are set out in detail in Schedules
1, 3, and 5 of Appendix A.






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COST OF OPERATION
Based on previous collection returns over a periodlof many years,.
when the revised American-Dominican convention of 1924 was being-
drafted, there was an agreement that the provision of 5 per cent for
an allowance to cover the expense of collecting the revenues would be
retained. It was anticipated that the yearly average volume of
collections to be handled by the receivership would be ample to pro-
vide sufficient funds within the allowance for the proper administra-
tion and upkeep of the service. The fact is obvious that a standard
must be maintained independent of any sudden and abrupt decline
in collections, which happened with the economic depression at the
commencement of 1930 and continued throughout the year. But
with the development it became necessary to inaugurate a policy of
reduction and retrenchment which was accomplished by the practice
of official economies as well as resort to reduction in salaries of the
personnel.
Operating under a budget authorization of $239,399 for 1930 the
total of expenditures was $190,552.06, a decline of $48,846.94. Gross.
collections for the year, $3,594,567.92, made available, on a strictly
5 per cent basis for cost of operation, the sum of $179,728.40, which.
was exceeded in a nominal amount of $10,823.66. The percentage.
cost to collect $1-5.30 per cent. As against that showing it is made,
of record that in each of the years immediately preceding (1925-1929),
the cost of operation was considerably under the stipulated allowance-
and in each instance the unexpended balance reverted to the Govern-
ment, no credit remaining on hand whereby the small deficit relating-
to 1930 might have been very properly absorbed. However, with,
the present policy of retrenchment expected to lead to still further:
reductions, the amount mentioned, $10,823.66, will be amply covered.
during the early months of 1931.
Disbursements for account of salaries of port launches crews,,
$5,705.03, were transferred to the Government account when it.
became evident that, with the low level of collections, the 5 per cent,
allowance for operation would not warrant the receivership in further
assuming this charge which had been carried as an accommodation to,
the Government, as it related to a Government service for which
separate provisions previously had been made. Likewise, a total of
$8,228.50 for account of salaries of customs employees who devote;
a part of their time to the internal revenue taken over by the receiver-
ship in September was charged to the internal-revenue collection.
account of 4 per cent allowed for that work, as clearly distinct from
the customs administration. This was considered both a fair and
necessary provision, particularly as the same general class of assist-
ance had been freely rendered in the past without remuneration. It







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is an endeavor of the receivership to take all possible steps to keep
-down the cost of administration and the service rendered has been
combined as far as practicable for the performance of the routine
where it has meant no let down of efficiency.

RECAPITULATION (APPENDIX B)
.Marking the completion of more than 25 years of service rendered
the Dominican Republic by the receivership-date of its inaugura-
tion, April 1, 1905-particular interest attaches to this compendium
-with its consolidated statement of all collections and receipts and
,disposition made thereof during the entire period to the close of 1930.
Gross customs collections have aggregated $103,862,767.30, of which
amount nearly one-half, or $50,268,336.32, has been applied to pay-
;ments-of interest and sinking fund for account of the country's loans.
'The foregoing mentioned disbursements represent an annual amount
1of$2,000,000, a remarkable showing for a country the size of Santo
1Domingo, with small population and low per capital wealth.

BONDED INDEBTEDNESS
'The tabulated statement which follows is a continuation of a
permanent feature of these reports, which gives an epitome of all
salient transactions relating to the actual outstanding bond issues
of the Dominican Republic and what has been accomplished toward
the liquidation of the indebtedness to the close of the calendar year.
Notwithstanding the fact that 1930 was a very poor period from the
,standpoint of revenues collected, the total of payments for credit
sinking-fund account was the largest, with one exception (1920), in
ithe history of the country. During the year pursuant to the terms
,of the contract loan agreements the initial payment of each issue
accrued, for which accounts the receivership transmitted in the
aggregate $1,262,499.90. In addition, there was a further credit of
$89,142.34, resulting from 10 per cent of collections in excess of $4,000,-
000 in 1929, as decreed by article 1 of the convention, making the total
*of $1,351,642.24 transferred to the fiscal agent, which became avail-
-able for redemption purposes.
,On account of interest there was paid $1,082,619.96 in monthly
installments, making the combined total of $2,434,262.20 applied to-
ward the service of the loans.
With the lower range of securities values during the year, the fiscal
agent was enabled to make purchases in the open bond market to the
,decided advantage of the Republic. Bonds of a par value of $1,402,-
500 were bought and canceled with funds provided by the receiver-
ship, thus reducing to $18,281,500 the value of outstanding bonds at
the close of business December 31, 1930.








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The rapid strides being made in the retirement of these bonds is
revealed in the accompanying statement of amounts canceled since
amortization has been in process:
1928 ---------------------_ ------ $180, 000
1929 ---- ---- ------------------ 136, 000
1930 ------------------------------------- 1, 402, 500

Total----- -------------------- 1, 718, 500

Consolidated statement of outstanding loans of the Dominican Republic as of December
31, 1930

Loan of 1922-$6,700,000 at 5% per cent:
Total interest payments made by receiver-
ship-
From 1922 to 1929---------------- $2,886, 583. 02
During the calendar year 1930-------- 368, 499. 96
$3, 255, 082. 98
Loan of 1924-$2,500,000 at 52 per cent, merged
with loan of 1926 for $3,300,000:
Total interest payments made by receiver-
ship-
From 1924 to 1929 ---------------- 968, 000. 00
During the calendar year 1930 ------- 181, 500. 00
1, 149, 500. 00

SINKING FUND ACCOUNT

Bond issues of 1922-1926 for $10,000,000:
Receipts-
Transmitted by receivership for account
year 1930 ----------------------- 841,666. 60
Interest allowed by fiscal agent------- 394. 85
Interest received on bonds purchased_- 17, 228. 17
859, 289. 62
Disbursements-
For purchase of bonds (855yM) .----- 838, 722. 61
Transferred to Dominican Government
(excess interest payments, 1930)---- 12, 500. 00
851, 222. 61

Cash balance with fiscal agent --------------------' 8, 067. 01

Total value of bonds of this issue------------------------ 10, 000, 000. 00
Total value of bonds redeemed to Dec. 31, 1930------------- 855, 500. 00

Value of bonds issued and unredeemed to Dec. 31, 1930. 9, 144, 500. 00

I From statement furnished by Lee, Higginson & Co., fiscal agent.








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Loan of 1926-$5,000,000-first series, at 5Y
per cent:
Total interest payments made by receiver-
ship-
From 1927 to 1929---------
During the calendar year 1930 --..._-


SINKING FUND
Receipts:
Transmitted by receivership-
On account surplus above $4,000,000
collections, during the years 1927-
1929--------------------
Regular sinking-fund payments, 1930__


Interest allowed by fiscal agent --_--
Interest received on bonds purchased _
Transferred from the second series
account, to equalize funds .._-----

Disbursements:
For purchase of bonds (431%M)----------
Commission for operating sinking fund.. -
Transferred to Dominican Government (ex-
cess interest payments, 1930) -------__


$824, 999. 76
266, 310. 00
$1, 091, 309. 76







193, 989. 28
210, 416. 65
404, 405. 93
1, 259. 97
17, 700. 33


366. 83


417, 066. 99
76. 00

6, 250. 00


423, 733. 06


423, 392. 99

Cash balance with fiscal agent ------------------------------ 340. 07

Total value of bonds of this issue------------------------- 5, 000, 000. 00
Total value of bonds redeemed to Dec. 31, 1930 -------------- 431, 500. 00

Value of bonds issued and unredeemed to Dec. 31, 1930_- 4, 568, 500. 00


Loan of 1926-$5,000,000-second series, at 5%
per cent:
Total interest payments made by receiver-
ship:
From 1928 to 1929----------------
During the calendar year 1930 _-----


Receipts: SINKING FUND
Transmitted by receivership-
On account surplus above $4,000,000
collections, during the years 1927-
1929 _----------------
Regular sinking-fund payments, 1930 _


Interest allowed by fiscal agent------
Interest received on bonds purchased .--__


$481, 250. 07
266, 310. 00
747, 560. 07






193, 989. 28
210, 416. 65

404, 405. 93
973. 26
18, 485. 50
423, 864. 69


1 From statement furnished by Lee, Higginson & Co., fiscal agent.







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Disbursements:
For purchase of bonds (431M).--------- $416, 831.80
Commission for operating sinking fund..-- 76. 00
Transferred to the first series account, to
equalize funds ----------------------- 366. 83
Transferred to Dominican Government (ex-
cess interest payments, 1930) --------- 6, 250. 00
$423, 524. 63

1 340. 06

Total value of bonds of this issue-----.---------------- ..... 5, 000, 000. 00
Total value of bonds redeemed to Dec. 31, 1930------------ -- 431, 500. 00

Value of bonds issued and unredeemed to Dec. 31, 1930-_ 4, 568, 500. 00

Recapitulation of payments made by receivership

Account of- Interest Sinking fund Total payment

Bond issues of 1922-1926-$10,000,000--------------- $4, 404, 582. 98 $841, 666.60 $5, 246, 249. 58
Bond issues of 1926-1926-$10,000,000- --------- 1, 838, 869.83 808, 811. 86 2,647, 681.69
Total------------- ----------------------- 6, 243,452. 81 1,650,478.46 7,893,931.27

Recapitulation of outstanding indebtedness

Total bonds issued
Total bonds Total amount
S- unredeemed available for
Year Amount Dec. 31, 1930 amortization

1922-----------------------------------------$6, 700, 000. 00 18, 6701
1926 ------------------------------------------ 3,300,000.00 $9,144,500.00 $8,067.01
1926, first series....--.. --.------------------ .5,000, 000. 00 4, 68,500. 00 340.07
1926, second series....----.........-------.------- 5,000, 000.00 4, 568, 500.00 340.06
Total...----------------------- --.---- 20,000,000.00 18,281,500.00 8,747.14


SINKING FUND PAYMENTS

The receivership annual report for 1923 under the heading "Cus-
toms revenue available for the Government" discussed the division
and segregation of surplus collections to be applied as additional
sinking-fund payments, and it was pointed out that "the effect has
been that the Government is paying its national indebtedness too
rapidly at a time when it needs additional funds with which to meet
its ordinary expenses."' That comment related to the provisions of
the convention then in force which governed and were binding on the
original loan negotiated for $20,000,000 in 1908 with the customs
revenue pledged as security. At the present time and with greater
emphasis the comment applies to the onerous provisions for the out-
standing bonded indebtedness of two issues of $10,000,000 par value
' From statement furnished by Lee, Higginson & Co., fiscal agent.






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each. In both contracts it was provided that the initial years would
be exempt from sinking-fund payments, only interest to be met.
But, unfortunately for the finances of the Government, the date for
the first sinling-fund payment of each issue became due in 1930 at a
time coincident with a big drop in customs collections. The first
payment of $84,166.66 accrued and was paid March 20, 1930, to
continue monthly thereafter throughout the year with 10 payments
totaling $841,666.66. The liquidation of the entire issue is to be in
12 annual instalments at the rate of 8% per cent. The second pay-
ment of an exactly equal amount ($84,166.66) became due August 20
to continue monthly thereafter until the entire issue is liquidated, or
at the rate of 10 per cent per annum, with maturity at the end of 14
years-1926-1940-as compared with a 20-year period of the earlier
loan, 1922-1942. The transactions referred to and the obligatory
nature of the payments explain why such a small portion relatively
of the Dominican customs collections handled by the receivership in
1930 became available to be placed at the disposition of the Govern-
ment.
DOMINICAN SECURITIES
During the acute stage of the world-wide economic depression
which has been in such marked evidence for more than one year past,
the test came for international securities as reflected by the bond
sales on the New York Stock Exchange from October to the end of the
year. Examination of schedules of sales at the time reveals clearly
the fact that Dominican bonds gave a good account of themselves,
holding up to much higher levels than was the case with certain
better known other Latin American securities bearing higher rates of
interest.
At a time when the recognized best of securities sustained losses
in recorded sales, Dominican customs gold bonds, 52's, did not sell
below 84 and for the most part were above that figure. The develop-
ment may be accepted as an indication favorable to Dominican
national credit abroad. All interest and sinking-fund payments on
the outstanding bonded indebtedness were made promptly when due
on the dates stipulated throughout the year.

ANNUAL INSPECTION
The annual personal inspection of the receivership as directed
by the general regulations governing, conducted by Lieut. Col.
Creed F. Cox, United States Army, assistant to the Chief of Bureau of
Insular Affairs, Washington, who arrived at Santo Domingo Novem-
ber 4, 1930, had a double purpose in view. First, the customary
examination of the accounts and inspection of the routine, and,






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secondly, a survey and inspection of the damage sustained by the
customs premises, docks, warehouses, and offices as well as the two
official residences of the receivership by the hurricane, and the
extent of the emergency repairs of temporary nature made imme-
diately following the catastrophe in order to restore the buildings
to a condition for occupancy, so that the important customs work of
receipt, storage, and dispatch of imported merchandise which was
interrupted and disorganized might be reestablished and carried on.

LIGHTERAGE AND WHARFAGE
Lighterage and handling cargo over wharves had long been a source
of annoyance to importers, merchants, and steamship companies
until the military government in Executive Order No. 582, dated
December 27, 1920, placed this important work under the control
of the receivership. The latter entered into contracts with respon-
sible parties at the ports, schedules of rates were fixed and in many
instances reduced. The new system operated to the satisfaction
of all directly concerned. The provisional government, which
followed the military, confirmed the arrangement by Decree No. 1363
of January 22, 1924. The plan of evacuation validated the original
transfer by Law No. 5, dated July 14, 1924, which provided for it to,
continue in full force and effect until the Dominican Government
enact legislation to the contrary. The routine was so continued
until the promulgation of Law No. 37, dated December 6, 1930%,
whereby the receivership was relieved of further responsibility in!
the premises and the future administration of lighterage and wharfage
placed under direct control of the Executive power. At its termina-
tion after a period of 10 years, it is made of record that the work
undertaken was another valuable 'aid rendered the Government
by Dominican customs receivership.

CHANGE OF GOVERNMENT
A revolutionary movement headed by Lic. Rafael Estrella Urefia,.
arising in Santiago on February 23, 1930, gained momentum, marched
on to the capital, where it was successful in forcing the resignation of
President Horacio Vasquez and causing a complete turnover of the
government. Fortunately there was no bloodshed or property
damage. Subsequent events proved that Santo Domingo was the&
first of several Latin American countries wherein a revolutionary
change of government was effected during the year. Without,
doubt the depressed economic condition, from which no section.
escaped, operated in behalf of those seeking the change.
To comply with the terms of the constitution,.Sr. Rafael Estrella
Urefia, a lawyer, forceful writer and orator of renown, who has.






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served his country in several important capacities, was named Secre-
tary of Interior, from which he passed to the presidency on the resig-
nation of the titular head, where he served until August 16, 1930.
Elections held ,on May 16 resulted in the selection of General Rafael
Leonidas Trujillo, President, and Rafael Estrella Urefia, Vice Presi-
delzt, representatives of the younger political element. The inaugu-
ration of the new government for a period of four years was on
August 16. TPresident Trujillo had been head of the army with the
rank of brigadier general and had enjoyed the benefit of military
training under the tutelage of the Marine Corps occupation.

INTERNAL REVENUE
Previous reports of the receivership have discussed the internal
revenue law levying taxes on certain imports. These have been in
*effect since 1925. By the addition of amendments and the imposi-
tion of other related taxes there had been developed a considerable
-volume of routine under the administration of the internal revenue
,department at the various customhouses of the republic. The appli-
,cation of these laws was not satisfactory, for it became apparent to
:the government that it was failing to receive the full benefit which
should have accrued from such sources. During the course of its
-survey and labors in Santo Domingo in 1929 the Dawes economic
commission took cognizance of the situation and in its report recom-
mended that the work in question be turned over to the receivership
in order to bring about a consolidation with better control which
should result in increased revenue. The plan was entirely feasible,
for inasmuch as the bulk of the taxes collected was from imports,
their imposition, in effect, constituted a supplemental tariff.
After his election to the presidency, General Trujillo anticipated
'what would be his course in the matter on assuming office by taking
the initiative and discussing with the receivership the transfer of the
-work in question. At his request the first correspondence was pre-
pared, and on August 26, 1930, there was submitted to the govern-
ment a memorandum outlining the conditions under which the work
might be undertaken, but it was made clear and so understood that
the receivership was without authority to pass finally on the matter
-without previous authorization from the Government at Washington.
The memorandum stipulated that the control must be complete,
both as to the administration and the selection and control of em-
ployees to include the condition of service and the compensation
received.
On September 10, 1930, the Dominican Government acknowledged
the memorandum and authorized the receivership to take charge of
the work on the conditions outlined, subject to approval of the
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the time of the cyclone which swept Santo Domingo September 3.
That disastrous visitation, causing such material damage and inter-
fering with the government routine, brought about a further request
that the work be assumed without delay, and this was done on cable-
gram instructions of September 12, granting authority as an emer-
gency measure under the stress of circumstances, from which date
the receivership has been in full charge and control. It is desired.
to make plain at this point that the annexed field of activity is beyond:
the scope of the convention under which the receivership was organ-,
ized and operates, it having to do exclusively with the collection and.
disposition of the customs revenues; furthermore, that the assump-
tion of the additional labor and responsibility was a gesture of help-
fulness to the government which had freely admitted the difficulties,
which beset it in the performance of the same work.
To confirm the provisional arrangement at the time the receiver-
ship took over the work, the Secretary of Finance, his letter No.
2683, October 15, 1930, communicated the formal authority of the
President and stated his understanding of the agreement entered into
for the administration and the collection of certain taxes prescribed
by the several laws listed, to wit:
No. 190. Internal revenue on certain imports.
No. 949. Special tax on alcohol, beverages, and gasoline.
No. 136. Wharf tax.
No. 419. Aqueduct tax.
No. 35.' Consular fees for documents.
No. 103. Document stamp tax.
No. 116. Parcel-post stamp tax.
It was stipulated that the receivership should retain 4 per cent of
the total amounts collected to cover cost of operation, maintenance,.
and upkeep of the service. The length of the agreement is for a
period of three years, subject to renewal or cancellation by mutual
agreement, with notice of three months on the part of either side..
All internal-revenue collections are distinct from customs receipts
and the administration of the customs which is charged with the inter-
national obligation of serving the outstanding bonded indebtedness..
The accountability is kept separate and the funds are turned over to
the Government at frequent intervals as they become available from-
current receipts.
Very naturally in keeping with the depressed economic conditions;
prevailing throughout 1930, a reduced volume of imports led to a
corresponding shrinkage in collections under the other laws referred to.
On the other hand there are several articles on the free list of the'
customs tariff, but taxed under the internal-revenue measure, notably
among them, lumber, cement, and corrugated-iron sheets for roofing,
all of which were in vreat demand for reconstruction after the hurri-






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cane and the importation of which netted the Government consider-
able revenue.
Collections from the source outlined above: September (partial),
$73,693.28; October, $152,890.07; November, $152,940.61; December,
$177,783.76; total, $557,307.72.

SANTO DOMINGO HURRICANE
Affecting as it did the fortunes of the country to such a marked
extent and attracting world-wide newspaper publicity, it is to be
recorded that the outstanding event of the year was the major
catastrophe, a hurricane of unprecedented force which struck Santo
Domingo City, the capital, oldest settlement of the white man in the
Americas, the afternoon of September 3, 1930. The storm came
first from the north, then after an interval veered to the south and its
fury lasted for five hours, commencing shortly after the noon. It was
in reality two disasters that prostrated the city. First, one arc of
the whirling hurricane crashed across the city and then, after a short
iall, the other half of the circle fell with even greater force across the
same area, blowing from the opposite direction, swept in from the
Caribbean, and completed the havoc wrought by the first blow.
The city had the appearance of having been laid in ruins, with
three-quarters of the houses destroyed; an estimate of the wind
velocity was around 200 miles per hour.
From the prostrated city, left without public lighting and its
water supply cut off, went out urgent calls for aid and relief. This
was forthcoming and without delay, airplanes for the first time being
,employed to reach the scene of such a catastrophe.
With death and destruction on all sides and many thousands of
the inhabitants in need of shelter, food, and clothing, the American
Red Cross responded in its usual prompt and efficient manner, first
from near-by Porto Rico, whence under the able direction of Governor
Roosevelt were received medicine, doctors, food, clothing, etc. The
headquarters at Washington responded with money, food, and cloth-
iing. From all sides there was a willingness to aid. Haiti, Cuba
Mexico, and other Latin American Republics heeded the call of dis-
tress. Haiti, the neighbor, cooperated with funds and supplies for the
relief work and likewise dispatched men and material which were
employed to advantage in the initial labor of reconstruction, particu-
larly the reestablishment of highway communication between the two
countries. War vessels of different nationalities on a mission of
mercy reached Santo Domingo in a short time and the crews of these
ships were employed to splendid purpose in removing the debris which
rendered impassable the streets.
The first relief parties, led and directed in person by President
'Trujillo, witnessed harrowing scenes difficult to describe-the dead






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and dying and maimed found amongst the debris of fallen walls.
With the dead estimated subsequently at 2,500 and the wounded at
several times that figure, relief workers had time only for the living
and so, lest the horror of pestilence be added to the city's pitiful
burden of misfortune, any attempt at burying the dead was aban-
doned in favor of mass incineration.
The old buildings, public and private, dating from Spanish colonial
times, located inside the walls of the original settlement, withstood
the hurricane and came through the ordeal with little damage, few
being completely destroyed. Most of the houses wrecked were in
the suburbs. In the poorer sections, where the construction was
principally of wood, houses disappeared; heaps of timbers and twisted
galvanized iron marked the whole area.
The customs premises sustained great damage. Four of the seven
buildings were completely destroyed. The others, with the principal
offices and parcel-post department, were unroofed, all windows and
doors blown out, parts of walls tumbled, and furniture and equip-
ment damaged by water. The Ozama River rose to a height that
covered the wharf and warehouse floors with 3 feet of water. When
the river receded, it left nearly a foot of mud and silt over the surface
inundated. Part of the floor of the wharf was carried away and
other sections badly warped. All craft, motor launches, and lighters
in the river were sunk, including the Government dredge and the
lighthouse tender. Some of the vessels were moored to the wharf
when the storm struck, and sank alongside.
The wrecks of sailing vessels made it very difficult for incoming
steamers to work cargo. However, through extra efforts vessels
arriving were able to operate and cargo was discharged and loaded.
Lack of proper equipment prevented the removal of the wrecks at
once, but, using the facilities on hand, the docking spaces finally
were cleared for the handling of cargo.
Merchandise in warehouses was practically all damaged and large
quantities were washed away by the rise and swift current of the river.
No work could be done toward salvaging any cargo until the morning
of September 6, as the warehouses remained flooded. Work was
then started cleaning mud and silt, salvaging cargo, and putting the
office in shape to reestablish the regular routine. The customs was
the first public office to function in Santo Domingo, five days after
the catastrophe.
Disastrous as the visitation was, a fortuitous circumstance con-
fined its ravages to the capital and its immediate environs. The
hurricane did not penetrate far into the interior so that the fertile
agricultural sections escaped.
With keen interest aroused by this great misfortune, the American
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hour of dire need. Besides the prompt measures adopted by Gover-
nor Roosevelt of Porto Rico and the headquarters of the American
Red Cross, Washington, President Hoover commissioned the Hon.
Eliot Wadsworth, former Assistant Secretary of the Treasury, and
official of the Red Cross, his personal representative to visit Santo
Domingo to make a survey of the situation and investigate the
financial needs of the country. Mr. Wadsworth arrived the last
week of September. With a material damage loss estimated at
$20,000,000 as a direct result of the hurricane, and the Government
confronted with a reconstruction program at a time of serious eco-
nomic stress, the mission of Mr. Wadsworth was to canvass the situa-
tion with the President and other officials and gather data on which
to formulate his report which might be made the basis of a plan
of national refinancing.

SUMMARY OF COMMERCE
The accompanying Appendix C with its numerous schedules fur-
nishes full particulars of all imports and exports of the year together
with the usual comparative showing for the year immediately pre-
ceding (1929), and for the greater convenience of those who may be
interested in the Dominican foreign-trade movement during recent
years with the marked fluctuations that have prevailed, condensed
tables have been prepared of the leading articles imported and ex-
ported during a period of five years, 1926-1930.

FOREIGN TRADE
The aggregate foreign trade for 1930 amounted to $33,781,060 as
against $46,465,941 in 1929, or a decrease of $12,684,881 (27 per cent).
Not since 1922 has the level been so low. The greater shrinkage
occurred in imports which were valued $15,229,219 in 1930 and
$22,729,444 for 1929, a difference of $7,500,225 (33 per cent). Exports
in 1930 carried a valuation of $18,551,841, while for 1929 the amount
was $23,736,497, representing a drop in 1930 of $5,184,656 (21 per
cent). The showing, however, is not so unfavorable as at first appears
if it be understood that the unit values of most Dominican exports
declined considerably during 1930. The fact can be more clearly'
appreciated by examining the ready reference tables given in connec-
tion with the principal articles of export. In sugar alone, constituting
more than 50 per cent of all exports, there was a decrease in value in
1930 of $2,348,542 with a quantity increase of almost 24,000 metric
tons as compared with 1929.
As is usual, the trade balance was in favor of the Republic for 1930
to the extent of $3,322,622, representing a gain of $2,315,569 over
the preceding year when the balance was $1,007,053.









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The following tabulations show the origin of imports, destination of

exports, and total trade by countries for the years 1929 and 1930:


United States----........--...
United Kingdom_......-- ...-
France ..--------------------
Canada ...........-----------------...--
Germany-------------------
Porto Rico ..........-------
British India ....-----------
Netherlands .. ...----------
Cuba .....------------
Spain -----------------------
Siam .. --------------------
All other _____----------
Total ....--------------


Imports Exports Total


Value Per cent Value Per cent Value Per cent


$13, 457, 238 59. 21 $5, 427,102 22.86 $18,884,340 40.64
1, 389,328 6. 12 8,902,878 37. 1 10, 292,206 22. 16
86, 371 2. 58 2,742, 701 11. 55 3,329,072 7.16
572,893 2.52 1,648, 508 6.95 2, 221, 401 4.78
1,17, 616 5.17 940,468 3.96 2,116,084 4.66
68, 618 .30 1,914, 329 8.06 1,982,947 4.27
1,093,206 4.81 -- -------------- 1,093,206 2.35
477,083 2.10 497,968 2.10 975,051 2.10
90,007 .40 631,305 2.66 721,312 1.55
464,674 2. 04 190,014 .80 664,688 1.41
650,906 2. 86----- ---------- 60,906 1.40
2,703,524 11. 89 841, 224 3. 55 3,44,728 7.63


22,729,444


100.00


23,736,497


100.00


46,465,941


100.00


1 -1930


United States-__-------
United Kingdom ---....--.
France -----------... ---------
Porto Rico.-------- --- -
Germany _--------------
British India -----
Netherlands -------..........
Canada ---------------------
Dutch West Indies ---------
Spain _-- -----
Siam --------..
All other-------------------

Total...... .....---------


Imports Exports Total trade


Value Per cent Value Per cent Value Per cent


$8, 545, 988 56. 12 $4, 368,121 23. 55 $12, 914, 109 38. 23
895,774 5. 88 7, 329,192 39. 60 8, 224,966 24. 35
346,921 2.28 2,456,792 13.24 2,803,713 8.30
65, 609 .43 1,614,400 8.70 1,680,009 4.97
729, 079 4. 79 697, 848 3. 76 1,426,927 4.22
1,072,069 7.04 ------------ 1,072,069 3.17
38, 524 3. 4 406,081 2.19 944,605 2.80
470,199 3. 09 279, 353 1. 51 749,552 2.22
302, 378 1.98 270,456 1.46 572,834 1.70
351, 349 2.31 181,473 .98 532, 822 1.58
444,775 2.92 --. -- 444,775 1.31
1,466,554 9. 62 948,125 11 2,414,679 7.16


15, 229, 219


100. 00


18, 551, 841


100. 00


33, 781, 060


100.00


Additional data in the table herewith shows volume of foreign trade
movement from 1926 to 1930, inclusive:


Year





1926 ......----- --..
1927 ..--------
1928. -----
1929 ......-------
1930 -------


Imports


Increase (+)
or decrease
S (-) year
preceding


$23, 677, 533
27, 784, 014
26, 787, 940
22, 729, 444
15, 229, 219


Per cent
-6.56
+17.34
-3.59
-15. 15
-33.00


Exports


Increase (+)
Tt or decrease
Total (-) year
preceding


Per cent
$24, 895,871 -7. 00
31,178, 769 +25. 24
28, 754, 528 -7. 78
23, 736, 497 -17. 45
18,551,841 -21.84


50229---31--2


Total





$48, 573, 404
58, 962, 783
55,542, 468
46, 465, 941
33, 781, 060


Increase (+)
or decrease
(-) year
preceding



Per cent
-6.79
+21.39
-5.80
-16.34
-27. 30








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PRINCIPAL ARTICLES IMPORTED

In sequence of value importance, the 10 principal articles imported
during 1930 were as follows:
1. Cotton and manufactures of.-Maintaining a position well estab-
lished, cotton and its manufactures occupied first place in importa-
tions for the year with 16 per cent of the whole. From 1926 to 1930,
inclusive, these importations were:


Increase (+)
Year Value Per cent of or decrease
total imports (-) year
preceding

Per cent
1926------..--.--........ -------.......-------------- $3,714,205 15.69 -17.20
1927---------------- --------------.......... -------. 4,683,819 16.86 +26.10
1928.----- ------------- --..-. .... ... ... 3,044,759 11.37 -34.99
1929--.....__..____.__- _8__ ......... .. .._...___ 3,263,515 14.36 +7.18
1930..----------------------------------------------2,364,845 15.53 -27.54


The principal source of supply of cotton goods is the United States,
with 80 per cent. The United Kingdom and Japan followed with 10
and 2 per cent, respectively, others in the order shown:


1930 1929
Imported from---
Value Per cent Value Per cent

United States.--. ---- ---------------------------$1, 907, 987 80.68 $2, 74,185 78.88
United Kingdom----.----------------------------- 252,221 10. 67 386, 705 11.85
Japan ------- ----------------------------------44,905 1.90 45,505 1.39
France ---8------- --------........ .... 38,626 1.63 83,191 2.55
Italy- ---------- ----------------------------- 38,075 1.61 65,606 2.01
Spain ----..................._----------------------- 34,144 1.45 18,055 .55
Germany ---.---------- ---------.------------- 21,124 .89 37,107 1.14
Switzerland ------------.---------------------------11,644 .49 22,795 .70
Allother-------------------------------------- 16,119 .68 30,366 .93
Total---------------------. --------------------. 2,364,845 100.00 3,263,515 100.00


2. Rice.-This staple food product maintained its relative position
as No. 2 among imports with 10 per cent of the whole, although it
registered a value decrease of 28 per cent in comparison with 1929.
The following table shows importations from 1926 to 1930:


Increase (+)
Year Kilos Value Per cent of or decrease
total imports (-) year
preceding

Per cent
1926- --- ------------------------------- 21,225,968 $1,759,742 7.43 -4.67
1927 --------------------------------- ---- 30, 856, 379 2,448,199 8.81 +39. 12
1928 .--------------------------- 28, 313, 309 1, 991,489 7. 43 -18.65
1929 -------------------- --- 27,790,399 2,115,287 9.31 +6.22
1930------------------------------------ 21,872,627 1,522,052 9.99 -28.04








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The largest portion of the rice-29 per cent-came from Siam;
other countries were participants in the trade as indicated:


1930 1929
Imported from-
Value Per cent Value Per cent

Siam.-..- ------$444,776 29.22 $650,638 30.76
British India.....-------... ....... ..... ....... .... 346, 068 22.74 545,689 25.80
Netherlands-...-..--- --------.------------- 227, 812 14. 97 114, 907 5. 43
French Indo-China..-------. -------------..----- 201,642 13.25 458,894 21.69
Hong Kong -----------------------------------109,998 7.23 89,919 4. 2
British Guiana........------------------------------ 84, 764 5.57 -
China-- ................. .--------------------- 47, 385 3.11 191,775 9.07
United States..---...--... ---------------.... ... 35, 790 2.35 39, 340 1.86
All other.....-- ----------...... ---------------..- 23, 818 1. 56 24,125 1. 14
Total.........-- .......----.----------------, 522, 052 100.00 2,115,287 100. 00


3. Gasoline.-As in 1929, gasoline continued third in importance,
with 5 per cent of total importations. A decrease of almost 26 per
cent will be noted in relation to 1929, a very natural development
incident to the general trade slump. From 1926 to 1930 gasoline was
imported as follows:


Increase (+)
Year Gallns Val Per cent of or decrease
Year aons value total imports (-) year
preceding

Per cent
1926---- ------------ 3,156, 445 $804, 068 3.40 +0.86
1927------------------------------ 3,757,871 904, 772 3.26 +12. 52
1928 ---------- ----------------------- 4,743,453 1,118,116 4. 17 +23.58
1929 ----- --------- -- -- 4,605,429 1,063,679 4.68 -4.87
1930................-----------------------. 3, 787, 435 789, 313 5.18 -25.70


The United States retained its position as the principal supplier
of gasoline, although with a small loss (about 4 per cent) compared
with 1929. Countries of origin were as follows:


1930 1929
Imported from--
Value Per cent Value Per cent

United States-. ------- --------------- .. $439,876 55.73 $633,773 59.58
Dutch West Indies...................---------------- 263, 613 33.40 334, 162 31.42
British West Indies ---------. -------------------- 71,701 9.08 93,055 8.75
Porto Rico..------------.. ------------------ 14,035 1.78 993 .09
Allother........------------.... --------------- 88 .01 1,696 .16
Total---......-------- ----------------- 789,313 100.00 1,063,679 100.00


4. Jute bags.-This article advanced to its present position from
that of eighth in 1929. As a large portion of these bags are used in
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quantity production of sugar. Range of importations from 1926 to
1930 follows:


Increase (+)
Year Kilos Value Per cent of or decrease
total imports (-) year
preceding

Per cent
1926--........--------------....... ..------------ 4,647,144 $1,131,673 4.78 +46. 10
1927.............-----..----------------..-- 2,082,864 436,894 1.57 -61. 39
1928 ......-------------------------------- 4, 140,867 869,575 3. 25 +99.04
1929 ----- ---- ----------------------- 3, 157, 754 612, 532 2.69 -29, 56
1930..------ ---- -------------------- 4, 774,970 781, 329 5. 13 +27,56


British India is the leader as the country of origin for jute bags
imported to supply this market. Other countries participated, but
to small extent, as shown:

1930 1929
Imported from-
Value Per cent Value Per cent

British India..------------------------------- $716, 789 91.74 $530,753 86.65
United States .-- ----- ------------------- 38,831 4.97 50,973 8.32
United Kingdom -- -------. ----------------- 24,971 3.20 29,849 4.87
All other------..........------------------------- 738 .09 957 .16
Total ---...--------------------- 781,329 100.00 612,532 100.00


5. Wheat flour.-This commodity constitutes somewhat more than
3 per cent of total imports. The shrinkage was in keeping with the
general trend-a drop of almost 29 per cent in value compared with
1929. Importations from 1926 to 1930 follow:

Increase (+)
SVa Per cent of or decrease
Year K Vale total imports (-) year
preceding

Per cent
1926 .....---------------------------------- 10,575,313 $941,599 3.98 +8.85
1927 --....--- ---------.---------------. 10,921, 616 899,650 3.24 -4.45
1928.-------------------------------..--- 12, 034, 696 917, 240 3.42 -+1.96
1929 .......------------------------ 10, 625, 073 745,740 3. 28 -18.70
1930..---..---.------- --------------------. 8,152,703 53, 827 3.52 -28.15


Virtually all flour imported is of American origin, as the table
following clearly reveals:

1930 1929
Imported from-
Value Per cent Value Per cent

United States --------......... .--. --- ----------- $527, 564 98. 44 $715, 796 95. 98
Canada ------------------------------------------ 8,257 1.56 29,932 4.02
Allother ...........--------------------------- ......---------6 12 -...
Total...------------------------------------ 35,827 100.00 745,740 100.00









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6. Chemical and pharmaceutical products account for a little
more than 3 per cent of all imports. From 1926 to 1930 they were
received with the following declared values:

Increase
Per cent (+) or de-
Year Value of total crease (-)
imports year pre-
ceding

Per cent
1926 .-------------- -------------------- --- $657,145 2.78 +4.93
1927 -------------------------- ..---------- 746, 099 2. 68 +13. 64
1928 ----------------------------- ---- 745,430 2.78 -.09
1929 -------------- -------------------------- 662,024 2.91 -11.19
1930-.----------------------------------------------- 507, 699 3. 33 -23.31


The United States supplied 59 per cent of these products. France
was next with 16 per cent. These and other countries of origin, with
values from each, were as follows:

1930 1929
Imported from--
Value Per cent Value Per cent

United States ..---------------.-------------. $301,247 59.34 $392,983 69.36
France ...------------- ------------------- 82, 865 16. 32 105, 156 15.88
Germany .....---------------------------------- 50,569 9. 96 59, 195 8.94
United Kingdom ---------------------- ---- 22,005 4.33 35,536 5.37
All other ------------- -------------------- 51, 013 10.05 69, 154 10.45
Total--...------------------------------ 507,699 100.00 662,024 100.00


7. Lard imports were on a greatly reduced scale, a decline of 45
per cent compared with the preceding year. There was a large in-
crease of lard substitutes during 1930. Importations from 1926 to
1930 follow:

Increase (+)
Year Kilos V e Per cent of or decrease
Year ilos Value total imports (-) year
preceding

Per cent
1926 ------------------------- -- 1,779,926 $603,068 2.55 -21.53
1927 .-.-.-.--.--... 2, 033, 652 616, 548 2. 22 +2.24
1928 ---- .................... .2,437,052 705, 536 2. 63 +14.43
1929 ------------------------------------ 2, 850,196 783,982 3.45 +11.12
1930 -----..-.....--------------------------- 1,840,670 428,094 2.81 -45.39


The countries of origin and the value from each appear in the
following table:

1930 1929
Imported from-
Value Per cent Value Per cent

United States ..------------------------------ $320, 501 74.87 $698, 388 89.08
Netherlands ..----- -- ---.------------------------- 102,731 24.00 84,102 10.73
All other .----------- ------------------ 4,862 1.13 1,492 .19
Total-......------------.---------------- 428,094 100.00 783,982 100.00








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8. Machinery and apparatus, not provided.-This item during 1930
decreased 48 per cent compared with 1929 and dropped from the
fourth to the eighth place in value of importance. From 1926 to
1930 the importations were recorded as follows:

Increase (+)
Year Value Per cent of or decrease
total imports (-) year
preceding

Per cent
1926 .------- ----------------- -------------- $822,073 3.47 -13.92:
1927 __.-__. --.- --------------- ------- 922,883 3.32 +12.26.
1928.... ____. .__.....------------------------------. 1,004,372 3.75 +8.83
1929.._ ---------------------.---- 82 807,829 3.55 -19.57'
1930-- -_----------- ________ _- 419,748 2.76 -48.04.


The United States furnished 80 per cent of this machinery and
apparatus, as will be noted by examination of countries of origin.
shown below:

1930 1929
Imported from--
Value Per cent Value Percent

United States..---.. .-------------------- $333, 748 79. 51 $685, 410 84.85
Germany----------------------- 24,936 5.94 66,202 8.19
United Kingdom ......-- ..--- ......--------------_ 22,711 5. 41 30,135 3. 73
Sweden..----. ---------------.-------- 12,687 3.02 1,110 .14
France..------ ------------- ---------- 11,700 2.79 13,498 1.67
All other- ----.--- -------------------- 13,966 3.33 11,474 1.42
Total--...---------. -----------............ 419, 748 100.00 807,829 100.00


9. Paper and manufactures of.-Although there was considerable
decrease in the importation of this class of merchandise compared
with the preceding year, it held its proportional standing in total
imports, which from 1926 to 1930 were:

Increase (+)
Per cent of or decrease
Year Value total imports (-) year
preceding
Per cent
1926 .......---.. ........------------------------.. $467,715 1.98 +2.26
1927------------.----------------- --------- 557,840 2.01 +19.27
1928 .........................------------ ----... 524,657 1.97 -5.95
1929 -----..............--------------------............ 536,810 2.36 +2.32-
1930 ----__ ------------------ 323,381 2.12 -39.76

The countries of origin of paper and its manufactures from each
follow in order of importance:

1930 1929
Imported from-
Value Per cent Value Per cent
United States --------- ------------------ $187, 579 58. 00 $258, 859 48. 22
Sweden. --- -------. ---------------------- 36,394 11.25 45,816 8.53
Germany -----.-- ------ ----------------- 30,126 9.32 55,800 10.40
Canada.. ----. ------------- --------------- 17, 934 5. 55 21, 590 4.02
Netherlands ....--.----------- --------- 13, 988 4. 33 69, 103 12.87
All other ---- ----------------------37,360 11.55 85,642 15.96
Total .... -- -------- ------------------ 323,381 100.00 536,810 100.00








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10. Soap.-Importations of this manufactured product were
received during recent years, quantities and values as listed herewith:

Increase(+)
Per cent of or decrease
Year Kilos Value total imports (-) year
preceding

Per cent
1926 ..... ----------------------------- --- 2, 098,289 $333,053 1.41 -9.03
1927 ....... .. --------------------------- 2,259,877 366,099 1.32 +9.92
1928 ---------------------------------- 2, 299, 976 372,015 1.38 +-1.62
1929 --..----._......-----. ----------------- 2,717,74M 436,012 1.92 +17.20
1930 -------...... .-----------------------. 2,090,993 319,836 2.10 -26. 6


The countries which supplied the soap and value corresponding to
each were as follows:

1930 1929
Imported from-
Value Per cent Value Per cent

United States ---------- -------------------- $225, 618 70. 54 $344, 253 78.96
Netherlands .......---------------------------- 56,339 17.61 57,044 13.08
Cuba ..............--------------------------------------------20,966 6.56 9,453 2.17
All other--------..... --------------------------- 16,913 5.29 25,262 5.79
Total..---------------.. -------------------- 319,836 100.00 436,012 100.00


For further detailed information relative imports of minor category,
see Schedules 1 to 7, Appendix C, which give complete statistical data
for 1930, including values, countries of origin, and comparisons with
1929.
PRINCIPAL ARTICLES EXPORTED

In the order of their importance as to value, the 10 principal
Dominican products exported during the year are outlined in the
tables which follow:
1. Sugar, raw.-As stated previously in this summary, the value of
raw sugar exported during 1930 was 19 per cent less than for the pre-
ceding year, while there was a quantity increase of about 24,000 metric
tons. This anomaly is largely due to the exceptionally low market
prices prevalent throughout the period. Exportations from 1926 to
1930 were:

Increase (+)
Per cent of or decrease
Year Kilos Value total exports (-) year
preceding

Per cent
1926 ---------------------------------- 337, 653,428 $14,699,613 59.04 -4.84
1927 ......---- ----------- ----------------- 295,895,973 16,668,385 53.46 +13.39
1928 ... .. ...--- ------------------------- 335,019,937 16,911,925 58.81 +1.46
1929 --- - - 322, 088, 222 12, 258, 831 51.64 -27.51
1930 ...- -- ----------------- 345, 980, 545 9,910,289 53.42 -19.16








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The destinations of raw-sugar exports are shown below:


1930 1929
Exported to-
Value Per cent Value Per cent

United Kingdom -___ .-..._ _-_...__- ....... .-____ $7, 234, 510 73.00 $8,754,857 71.42
France .-.-------------... -- ---...._--..-- 1,775,261 17.91 1,428,503 11.65
Canada ---------------------------------- 279,353 2.82 1,648,208 13.44
United States -----------.--_--------_--------- 200,631 2.02 102,500 .84
Netherlands----------------..........--------- 169, 127 1. 71 149, 189 1.22
All other ---------.-----------------------------251,407 2.54 175,574 1.43
Total--.------------------------------------.. 9,910,289 100.00 12,258,831 100.00


2. Cacao, crude.-The value of crude cacao exported during the
year was $2,709,739 as against $3,870,084 in 1929, or a decrease of
30 per cent. There was little difference in quantities exported.
Exportations from 1926 to 1930, both quantity and value, follow:


Increase (+)
Year Kilos Value Per cent of or decrease
total exports (-) year
preceding

Per cent
1926 -------------------------------- 20,084,194 $3,831,432 15.39 -1.13
1927 .-----.-------------------------- 26,512,909 7,476,794 23.98 +95.14
1928 ----- ------------------------ 19,301,500 4,250,415 14.78 -43.15
1929 ----. --------.------- ------ 21, 322, 182 3,870,084 16.30 -8.94
1930--- ..---------------........----. 20,700,976 2,709,739 14.60 -29.98


An examination of the following table of destinations will show the
United States to have received this crop almost in its entirety (97
per cent).


1930 1929
Exported to- ______
Value Per cent Value Per cent

United States----.----. --.---------------- $2,615,286 96. 52 $3, 752, 258 96.96
Mexico ------------------- 68,672 2.53 74,678 1.93
Netherlands--------------------------------------........................... 7,900 .29 9,650 .25
Porto Rico- ----------.-----...----------- 6,937 .26 20,244 .52
France --- --..-----------------.............. 6,610 .24 2,700 .07
All other -....... ..--- -................... 4,334 .16 10, 554 .27
Total.-...---...---... ---....... ........_. 2,709,739 100.00 3,870,084 100.00


3. Coffee.-In 1930 coffee retained its relative standing of third in
export importance value, with 8 per cent of the whole. Exportations
from 1926 to 1930 were as follows:

Increase (+)
Year Kilos Value Per cent of or decrease
total exports (-) year
preceding
Per cent
1926-..---- --------------------- --- 4,307,245 $1, 890,441 7. 59 +45. 98
1927- --- ----------------------- 4,093,899 1,749,522 5.61 -7.45
1928 ..------- --------- ------- 4,542,480 2, 135, 682 7.43 +22.07
1929 -------------- -------- 5, 507, 748 2,444,238 10. 31 +14. 45
1930-------- ----------------------------.... 4, 847,244 1,483,008 7. 99 -39. 33









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The countries of destination of coffee exports follow as mentioned
below:


1 Exported to-
Value

France--.... ------------ $336,612
Porto Rico---. ----------------------- 298, 673
Cuba-..---.. --------.------------------ 267,755
Spain-- ------------- ------- 176,261
United States----------------- 169, 470
Italy ----.. -------.--------------------.. 114,097
Germany.. -- ----- ---------------- 94,437
All other------......-...-........--------------- 25, 703
Total ----- ----------------------- 1,483,008


1930


Per cent Value


22.70
20. 14
18.05
11. 89
11. 43
7. 69
6. 37
1.73
00. 00


$889, 445
333, 213
529,666
178, 863
276, 547
125, 170
12, 660
98, 674
2, 444, 238


4. Tobacco, leaf.-This commodity again was fourth in importance
with practically the same relative value as in 1929, or 6 per cent of
total exports. Quantity and value of tobacco exports from 1926 to
1930 are stated herewith:


Increase (+)
PYeas er cent of or decrease
Year Kilos Value total exports (-) year
preceding

Per cent
1926.................---------------------- 9,754,083 $1,192, 026 4.79 -56.90
1927.--. ------------------------- 20,298, 346 2,582, 486 8.28 +116. 65
1928 ------- ------------------- 14,067,664 1,274,416 4.43 -50.65
1929--- ------------------------------- 16,464,216 1,381,482 5.82 +8.40
1930------.......-----------------------.. 12, 970,063 1,032, 005 5. 56 -25.30


As will be seen below, Europe took almost all the leaf tobacco
exported.


1930 1929
Exported to-
Value Per cent Value Per cent

Germany ------- .. ---------------- $371, 969 36. 04 $552, 372 39. 99
France_. ----------------- 318, 082 30.82 410, 188 29.69
Netherlands--.... ...------ -- 210, 630 20.41 279, 333 20.22
Belgium_ .........-------- 75, 029 7.27 73, 117 29
Canary Islands ------ ----- -- 28, 854 2. 80 9, 787 .71
Uruguay. -------- 13, 261 1.28 21, 594 1. 56
All other. ---------------------------- 14, 180 1.38 35, 091 2.54
Total --- ----------------------- 1, 032, 005 100.00 1,381,482 100.00


5. Molasses.-Cane molasses is the only one of the leading articles
of export which showed a gain in value against a loss in quantity as
compared with the previous year. It also exchanges relative impor-


1929


Per cent

36. 39
13. 63
21.67
7.32
11. 31
5.12
.52
4.04
100. 00








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tance with sugar cane, going from sixth to fifth place. Exportations
from 1926 to 1930 were as follows:

Increase (+)
Year Kilos value Per cent of or decrease
total exports (-) year
preceding

Per cent
1926 ---------------- ---- 102,014,739 $559,714 2.25 -23.44
1927 -. --.... --------------9- 90,227,819 527,972 1.69 -5.67
1928 ____------------- ----- 108,744,694 619,238 2.15 +17.28
1929 ------ --------------------100, 616,676 688,640 2.90 +11.21
1930--- ... .------------------------- 91,704,520 745,285 4.02 +8.23


Again all shipments of molasses went to the United States:

1930 1929

Value Per cent Value Per cent

United States ----------- ---- $74, 285 100. 00 $688, 575 99. 99
Porto Rico --------------.---------- ------------------ - 65 .01
Total-....----.---.--------------- 745,285 100.00 688,640 100.00


6. Sugar cane.-There was a loss of about 20 per cent during the
year compared with 1929 in both quantity and value of sugar cane
exported. This undoubtedly was due to recently enacted tariff act
of 1930 of the United States, which makes the introduction of for-
eign sugar cane into that country commercially unprofitable. There
follows a table showing the exportations from 1926 to 1930:

Increase (+)
Per cent of or decrease
Year Kilos Value total exports (-) year
preceding

Per cent
1926 -- ------------------------------------ 181,918,761 $645,531 2.59 -6.53
1927 .........---------------- ------ 164,990,633 632,216 2.03 -2.06
1928 ........----------------------- ------ 204, 279, 644 774,367 2.69 +22.48
1929 __-------....... ----------------- 242,040,394 931,203 3.92 +20.25
1930 ...--- --------------- ---------------- 190,833,501 743,442 4.01 -20.16

All sugarcane went to the neighboring island of Porto Rico, the
only customer.
7. Corn.-There was a reduction in value of 32 per cent on thq ex-
port return for the current year compared with 1929. The quantity
shipped abroad was practically the same. The following table will
show the course of this trade in recent years:
Increase (+)
r Kils V Per cent of or decrease
Year Kilos Value total exports (-) year
preceding
Per cent
1926 ---------------------------------- 9,440,378 $415,750 1.67 -3.98
1927 --------------------------------- 5, 458,049 243,781 .78 -41.36
1928 ........------------------------------------ 6,914, 667 320,127 1.11 +31.32
1929 .......------------ .--------------.. 12,100,828 437,191 1.84 +36.57
1930-......---------------------------------- 11,897,210 299,038 1.61 -31.60








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Porto Rico held its usual first place as a consumer, receiving 72 per
-cent of the total exported, a substantial advance over its consumption
of the year before, or 47 per cent. Smaller shipments went elsewhere
as indicated.


1930 1929
Exported to-
Value Per cent Value Per cent

Porto Rico...--------.----------------------- $215, 931 72.21 $203, 782 46.61
Dutch West Indies------------------------------- 65, 241 21. 82 44,875 10. 27
All other -- -------- --------------------. 17,866 5.97 188,534 43.12
Total ------------.---..--.....--...---...... 299,038 100.00 437,191 100.00


8. Sugar, refined.-There was a notable increase of refined sugar
-exported, though the amount was far under the quantity in the best
year of record (1928). Exportations from 1926 to 1930 follow:


Increase (+)
Year ilos V Per cent of or decrease
Year Kilos Value total exports (-) year
preceding

Per cent
1926----------............. -------------------- 26 5 ------- +99.91
1927----------------------------------------- ..----- .. ............... -100.00
1928....----..---------------------- 1 3, 07, 751 798, 126 2. 78 +100.00
1929--------------------------------------486,405 32,654 .14 -95.90
1930------------------------------ 4,759,684 256,995 1.39 +687. 02


To the United States went the greatest portion of refined sugar, the
remainder to other countries as follows:


1930 1929
Exported to-
Value Per cent Value Per cent

United States--................. .-----------.. ----- $160, 000 62.26 $427 1.31
Porto Rico----------~... --------------------- 80,010 31.13 ..-- -
All other... ---- ------ ------------------- 16,985 6. 61 32, 227 98,69
Total.....----............ ------------------- 256,995 100.00 32,654 100.00


9. Hides of cattle.-The value of these exports declined 26 per cent
,compared with 1929, while the quantity exported made a gain of 247
metric tons. From 1926 to 1930 the exportations are as follows:


Increase (+)
ear Kilos Val Per cent of or decrease
Year Kl value total exports (-) year
'" -'** 2. preceding

*. '. "' Per cent
1926 ---------------.....- -- 654,818 $171,278 :, .69 +5.44
1927 -----............---'.----- 475,442 168, 516 ." ,54 -1.61
1928 -. .....-.. -...-..- ------ 1,102, 547 545,493 .1,0 +223.70
192----------------- -.
1929 ............--. -.,. ----- - 87,896 ,6. 68,.358 .*. 13 -50. 80
1930 ---- -,- -- ---. 1QB5,-. i 153 .1.67 -25.79
,-------- ---------- -- :- :. .. -







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To Germany went the largest amount of hides, with the remainder
distributed in the following table:

1930 1929
Exported to- 930
Value Per cent Value Per cent

Germany --- ------------------..--- $102,295 51.36 $119,305 44.46
United States --- ------------ 94,390 47.40 145,434 54.19
All other- ----------------------.------ 2, 468 1.24 3,619 1.35
Total----------------------------- ----. 199,153 100.00 268,358 100.00


10. Goatskins.-The value of goatskins exported during the year
was $141,244, a decrease of 13 per cent, contrasted with 1929. Ex-
portations from 1926 to 1930 are stated herewith:

Increase (+)
Year Kils Va Per cent of or decrease
Year Klos value total exports (-) year
preceding

Per cent
1926 ..----- ---------- --------. 205, 140 $143, 585 0. 58 +7.89.
1927--- --------- 188,805 130,022 .42 -9.45
1928 --------- --- 203, 213 150, 278 .52 +15.58
1929--------------------- ---- ---- 213, 498 162, 373 .68 +8.05
1930 ----- -------------------------------- 201,570 141,244 .76 -13. 12


To the American market were consigned
heading:


all shipments under this


CARRYING TRADE

For the period covered by this report, Santo Domingo enjoyed an
excellent service of merchant marine carriers, practically all of which
were foreign. With minor exceptions, both those participating in
imports and exports maintained their respective positions.
Arrivals.-American ships brought goods to the value of $5,893,-
297, or 39 per cent of all imports. This represents a decrease of 11
per cent compared witklth' r'ced eg'year.
Norwegian bottqnh 4re'second with-4.tptal -of $2,851,467 (19 per
cent), a gain. of.-per Sent over 1929. '.' ..
Germany' ~-4 next with, $1,634,1.96, about 3 'l~gt'.ent more than
their 8 ppr. eit of the' ~eyiLqq.y~ !r.: '
. . .. . . . '*.






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The Dutch were fourth, bettering their last yearly record by 2 per
cent, bringing goods to the value of $1,503,327.
Ships under the British flag entered 5 per cent ($772,903) of the
total, a loss of 2 per cent.
The French, Dominican, Cuban, Italian, and Spanish followed in
succession, which is the same as in 1929, with the exception that
Cuba changed places with Italy.
Greater detail relative arrivals will be found under Schedule No. 2.
Departures.-American vessels also led in the carrying of exports.
The value was $5,339,468-29 per cent of total. In relation to 1929
their decrease was 8 per cent.
The British were next with goods to the value of $4,765,460,
representing 26 per cent of the total and a gain of 3 per cent over
last year.
Dutch carriers improved their record by advancing from sixth to
third place, taking products to the value of $1,783,853, or 10 per cent
.of the total.
The Italian marine came fourth with $1,294,807-7 per cent.
Germany was next to the amount of $1,214,355 (a fraction less
than 7 per cent), representing a gain of 1 per cent over the preceding
year.
Norwegian, Cuban, French, Spanish, and Dominican bottoms
followed in sequence of export carrying importance.
TONNAGE MOVEMENT
Combined foreign entrance tonnage at Dominican ports in 1930
totaled 156,868 and that of cargoes cleared 706,277, making an aggre-
gate of 863,145 metric tons. For 1929 the inward movement was
217,841, the outward 751,544, total 969,385, that is, a decrease in
1930 of 106,240 metric tons, or nearly 11 per cent. Of significance
in this development is the fact that exports suffered to a lesser degree,
a decrease of 6 per cent as against 28 per cent on the side of imports.
CONCLUSION
No section escaped the effect of the forces that were operating
throughout 1930 and which made it the most difficult period of the
present economic cycle of depression. The review contained in the
foregoing pages illustrates how serious has been the shrinkage in the
returns from the country's mainstay crops. But the encouraging
sign to be noted is that when the readjustment takes place and world-
wide conditions improve, Santo Domingo in relation to other coun-
tries near by will not be subjected to the hazard incident to a one-crop
country. Its diversified agriculture, comprising among others five
major crops (sugar, cacao, coffee, tobacco, and corn) for which there
is a constant outside demand, is being expanded, notwithstanding






28 REPORT DOMINICAN CUSTOMS RECEIVERSHIP

the present outlook, and there is ample attractive land available for
additional cultivation, so that there will be an increased supply for
shipment abroad, proceeds from the sale of which will augment the
purchasing power of the people, result in larger fiscal returns to the
Government, and thus afford the assurance that there will be a contin-
uation of the prompt service of Dominican international obligations.
Respectfully submitted.
W. E. PULLIAM, General Receiver.
The CHIEF, BUREAU OF INSULAR AFFAIRS,
War Department, Washington.











APPENDIX A

(Twenty-fourth fiscal period, Dominican customs receivership, January 1 to
December 31, 1930)

CUSTOMS COLLECTIONS, EXPENDITURES, AND DISPOSITIONS

SCHEDULE NO. 1.-Consolidated statement of collections, expenditures, and dis.
position of funds, twenty-fourth fiscal period, calendar year 1980


COLLECTIONS
Gross collections from all sources, all ports_-- _------------
Miscellaneous receipts --_ ---. ------
Balances per account current, Dec. 31, 1929:
In transit to the general receiver, as per accounts current
of deputy receivers ------------
Due the sinking fund account ---------_
Due the accrued liability fund---------
Due the Dominican Government ---------_-- -----------
Balance of provisional receipts, pending cancellation as of Dec.
31, 1930------------------------------------


$3, 594, 567. 92
5, 048. 21


28, 739. 76
80, 000. 00
3, 611. 63
5, 212. 19

64, 675. 00


Total to be accounted for --------------------------- 3, 781, 854. 71


EXPENDITURES AND DISPOSITIONS
1. Customs expenses proper, including expenses of the receiver-
ship---------------------------------
2. Transmitted to Lee, Higginson & Co., New York, for the
sinking fund account, in accordance with proviso to
article 1 of the American-Dominican Convention of 1924-
3. Transmitted to Lee, Higginson & Co., account interest:
For service of $6,700,000 loan of 1922-----------
For service of $3,300,000 loan of 1926---------
For service of $5,000,000 loan of 1926, first series----
For service of $5,000,000 loan of 1926, second series--
4. Transmitted to Lee, Higginson & Co., sinking-fund payments
corresponding to year 1930:
For service of $10,000,000 bond issues 1922-1926 -.--.
For service of $10,000,000 bond issues 1926-1926 ----
5. Paid to the Dominican Government, accrued revenue 1930-_
6. Refunds of duties collected in excess ---------
7. Exchange on funds transmitted------------------------
8. Paid for account of the Dominican Government, as per
special authority--------------------------- ----
9. Personal fees refunded by deputy receivers______ --------
.0. Accrued liability fund disbursements------------------
1. Balances on hand Dec. 31, 1930:
To credit sinking fund account, $10,000,000 issues 1922/
1926__--------------------------------- ----
To credit sinking fund account, $10,000,000 issues 1926/
1926__------------- ---------------------.
To credit of the accrued liability fund---------------


$190, 552. 06


89, 142. 34

368, 499. 96
181, 500. 00
266, 310. 00
266, 310. 00


841,666. 60
420, 833. 30
848, 870. 86
3, 560. 53
9, 161. 88

34, 189. 59
12, 780. 00
3, 321. 45


70, 138. 88

50,286. 82
3, 678. 55
29







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12. Balance in transit to the general receiver, as per accounts
current of deputy receivers, Dec. 31, 1930-------------- $47, 320. 89
13. Balance of provisional receipts pending cancellation on Dec.
31, 1929, canceled during 1930------------------------ 73, 731. 00

Total -------------------------------------- 3, 781,854. 71

SCHEDULE NO. 2.-Statement showing origin of miscellaneous receipts during the
twenty-fourth fiscal period, January 1 to December 31, 1930 (see item 2, Schedule 1)
Interest on deposits allowed by the National City Bank of New York. $4, 070. 50
Interest allowed on the disbursing officer account, Washington ---__ 38. 48
Sales of supplies-------------------------------------------- 310. 18
Sale of forms No. 30 -----------------------_ ----------- 440. 02
Sale of the old motor engine of the port boat Sanchez ---------- 100. 00
Sale of the old port boat Monte Cristi - -------------------- 20. 00
Sale of the old port boat Barahona ---- -------------------- 12. 00
Sale of the old tires of the Packard car-------------------------- 20. 49
Refund by Messenger M. E. Garcia, account cost of official bicycle
destroyed by his fault, Sept. 3, 1930 ---------------------- 10. 00
Refund by the New York & Porto Rico Steamship Co., value of 61
cakes soap consigned to the receivership, stolen on board steamship
Isabela, arrived Nov. 11, 1930-- ---------------------------- 4. 03
Refund on account part of car returned ------------------------- .75
Refund of unearned portion on salaries paid to employees, separated
from service------------------------------------------------ 21. 76

Total ----------------------------------------------- 5, 048. 21

SCHEDULE No. 3.-Accountable returns-Consolidation of the accounts current
rendered by the general receiver at the close of each month during the twenty-fourth
fiscal period, Jan. 1 to Dec. 31, 1930
DEBIT
Balances per account current, Dec. 31, 1929:
Due the sinking fund account--------------------------- $80, 000. 00
SDue the accrued liability fund ------------------------- 3,611. 63
SDue the Dominican Government------------------------ 5, 212. 19
Actual receipts, customs revenues remitted by
deputy receivers:
Port of-
Azua -----------------------------.. $64, 793. 46
Barahona--------------------------- 75, 282. 87
Comendador-- ------------------- 346. 74
Dajabon --- ------ ------------ 225. 05
Las Lajas-------------------------- 1, 332. 07
La Romana--------------------- 142, 419. 31
Macoris --------------------------- 639,930.00
Monte Cristi---- --------------- 43, 223. 00
Puerto Plata ------------------------ 866,300. 00
Samana ---------------------------- 8, 118. 29
Sanchez ---------------------- 77,830.00
Santo Domingo------------ 1, 634, 350. 00
S 3, 554, 150. 79
Miscellaneous receipts----------------------------------- 5, 048. 21

Total of account ----------------------------- 3, 648, 022. 82








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CREDIT

Transmitted to Lee, Higginson & Co., New York, for the sinking
fund account, in accordance with proviso to Article I of the
American-Dominican Convention of 1924 ------------
Transmitted to Lee, Higginson & Co., account interest:
For service of $6,700,000 loan of 1922---------
For service of $3,300,000 loan of 1926----------
For service of $5,000,000 loan of 1926, first series ------
For service of $5,000,000 loan of 1926, second series -----
Transmitted to Lee, Higginson & Co., sinking-fund payments
corresponding to year 1930:
For service of $10,000,000 bond issues 1922-1926- ---
For service of $10,000,000 bond issues 1926-1926------
Paid to the National Treasurer of the Dominican Republic .---
Disbursements per abstract, Form 7:
1. Expense, office of the general receiver ..- $71, 366. 89
2. Customhouse, Azua------------------- 4,203.29
3. Customhouse, Barahona -_--------_----- 4, 597. 40
4. Customhouse, Comendador ------------ 3, 451. 90
5. Customhouse, Dajabon----------------- 1,444. 59
6. Customhouse, Las Lajas-------------- -- 965. 72
7. Customhouse, La Romana -------------- 5, 539. 69
8. Customhouse, Macoris------------------ 20, 492. 71
9. Customhouse, Monte Cristi ------------- 5, 280. 62
10. Customhouse, Puerto Plata--------------23, 691.31
11. Customhouse, Samana---------------- 2,538.25
12. Customhouse, Sanchez ----------------- 6, 153. 10
13. Customhouse, Santo Domingo------------40, 826. 59

14. Refund of duties collected in excess ------------
15. Exchange on funds transmitted---------------------
16. Disbursed as per special authority of the Government_
17. Accrued liability fund disbursements.---------------
Balances on hand Dec. 31, 1930:
To credit sinking fund account, $10,000,000, issues 1922-
1926---------------------------------------------
To credit sinking fund account, $10,000,000, issues 1926-
1926 -------------------------------------------
To credit of the accrued liability fund__---------------


Total ------------------


$89, 142. 34

368, 499. 96
181, 500. 00
266, 310. 00
266, 310. 00


841, 666. 60
420, 833. 30
848, 870. 86


190, 552. 06
3, 560. 53
9, 161. 88
34, 189. 59
3, 321. 45


70, 138. 88

50, 286. 82
3, 678. 55

3, 648, 022. 82


SCHEDULE NO. 4.-Consolidation of the accounts current of deputy receivers, ren-
dered monthly to the general receiver, during the twenty-fourth fiscal period, Jan.
1 to Dec. 31, 1930
DEBIT

Balances in transit to the general receiver, Dec. 31, 1929------ $28, 739. 76
Gross collections from all sources---------------------------- 3, 594, 567. 92
Balance of provisional receipts, pending cancellation as of Dec.
31, 1930--------------------------------------------- 64,675. 00

Total--------------------------------------------- 3, 687, 982. 68

50229-31---3


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CREDIT


Customs remittances received from deputy receivers-----------
Personal fees refunded by deputy receivers -------------
Balance of provisional receipts, pending cancellation on Dec. 31,


$3, 554, 150. 79
12, 780. 00


1929, cancelled during 1930 ----------------------------- 73, 731. 00
Balances in transit to the general receiver, Dec. 31, 1930------- 47, 320. 89

Total -------------- --------------------- 3, 687, 982. 68

SCHEDULE No. 5.-Statistical returns-Consolidation of statements of receipts and
expenditures submitted monthly by the general receiver during the twenty-fourth
fiscal period, Jan. 1 to Dec. 31, 1930
COLLECTIONS
Gross revenues---------------------------------------3,594,567. 92


Derived from the following sources:
Import duties --------------- --
Storage charges-----------------
Fines------------------------
Public sales --------_____ --___-
Port dues-
Pilotage -----------------
Extra-service fees ----------------------


3,505,338. 43
19, 191.52
328. 74
8, 263. 66

48,665. 57
12, 780. 00


Total--------------------------------- 3, 594, 567. 92

DISBURSEMENTS
For administration expense, paid from the 5 per cent allowed by
the convention, as follows:
Salaries-
Office of the general receiver----------------------- 46, 218. 32
Special inspectors --------------------------------- 7,242. 00
Outside employees-------------------------------- 3, 174. 10
Office of purchasing agent, New York ----------------550. 00
Customhouse--
Barahona ---------------------_ --------- 4,211. 40
Azua-------------_------ ---------_----_ 3,521. 00
Santo Domingo------------------------------- 39, 104. 40
Macoris -- ----------------------------- 19, 470. 65
La Romana-----------------_ ---------_--- 5, 200. 40
Sanchez .------------------------------- ---- 5,763. 00
Samana _-----------_ -----_-------- --_---- 2,481. 00
Puerto Plata--------------------------------- 22, 374. 54
Monte Cristi ------------------------------ 4, 512. 06
Comendador --------------.-------------- -- 3,348. 60
Dajabon -------------------------------- 1,357. 00
Las Lajas ----------------------_-------- 885. 00
Comisarios de Marina- ------------------------------- 280. 00
Allowance for quarters--------------------------------- 1,890. 00
Incidental expenses, customhouses -----_-------------- 3, 116. 12
Traveling expenses------------------------------------ 891. 63
Rental allowance, deputy receivers -------------------- 3, 600. 00
Miscellaneous expenses-------------------------------- 11, 360. 84

190, 552. 06
Percentage cost of collection, 5.30.









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SCHEDULE NO. 6.-Statement showing gross collections, by months and sources,
twenty-fourth fiscal period, January 1 to December 31, 1930, and comparison of
totals for the previous year


Month


January.-- -------
February---------- -------------
March--------------------
April---....-- -----------------------
May.-- ----------------
June. ----....------
July -----------------
August ......-- -----------
September---------------------------------
October------------------------------------
November ----------------------..........................
December.... --------------
Total----- ----------
Year 1929.... ------- -----------.-..
Decrease, 1930.........................----------------------


SCHEDULE No. 7.-Statement showing collections by ports and sources, during the
twenty-fourth fiscal period, January 1 to December 31, 1930


Miscellaneous
Port Import duties Port dues customs Total
collections

Azua-------------------------- $64,212.64 $1,409.30 $29.01 $65,650.95
Barahona-..-------------------------- 70,180.45 5,126.70 1,096.64 76,403.79
Comendador----------------------------- 342. 1 4.23 346.74
Dajabon-.------------------......... -- -.... 224.05 ----- --- 1.00 225.05
Las Lajas- --- ------------------------ 1,327.37 ------ 4.70 1,332.07
La Roman -------- ------ ------------- 123,930.11 18,569.48 706.08 143,205.67
Macoris------------------------------------ 629,200.90 18,507.64 1,834.22 649,642.76
Monte Cristi.------------------------------- 42, 554.65 886.39 46.92 43,486. 96
Puert Plata---- ----------------------872,481.11 5, 458.61 5, 625. 66 883,565.38
Samana---------- ---------------------- 7,854.94 228.50 106.02 8,189.46
Sanchez------- ------------------ 77, 93.30 2,186.65 672.18 80,451.13
Santo Domingo--- -------------- 1,615,436.40 9,074.30 17,657.26 1,642,167.96
Total------------------------......-.... 3, 05,338.43 61,445.67 27,783.92 3,594,567.92


SCHEDULE NO. 8.-Statement of gross collections, twenty-fourth fiscal period,
January 1 to December 31, 1930, showing decrease in comparison with the previous
year


Gross collections Jan. 1 to
Dec. 31
Port Decrease

1929 1930

Azua ---- ------------------- ----------------... $76,202.08 $65,650.95 $10,551.13
Barahona ----------- ----------- ......... 111,862.47 76, 403. 79 35,458.68
Comendador ----------------------------------------- 466.15 346.74 119.41
Dajabon-..--------....---------------.. ...........- -- 6552.53 225.05 327.48
Las Lajas--- ------------------.-------------------- 2,475.33 1,332.07 1,143.26
La Romana----....---. ------... -------------- 195,366.93 143,205.67 52,161.26
Macoris ----- --------.. .. 912,525.84 649, 542.76 262,983.08
Monte Cristi---------------------......... ....----------.. 111,702.58 43,486.96 68, 215.62
Puerto Plata..----------------..------........... 1,113,230.60 883,565.38 229,665.12
Bamana ----- ....----------.-------------... ... 9,920.96 8,189.46 1,731.50
Sanchez -.-..- -------------------- 135, 885. 72 80,451. 13 5, 434. 6
Santo Domingo ----------------_ -...-... 2, 319, 335. 97 1,642, 167.96 677,168.01
Total ...-----------... ------ ...--.. 4,989,527.06 3, 594, 67.92 1,394,959.14
3,594,567.92 --. -----------
Decrease. ......-------- ------------------------ 1, 394, 959. 14 .... -----------..


Import duties


$339,462.95
227,174. 29
265, 621. 56
243,992. 68
328,273.39
305, 576.40
324, 675. 51
320,474.19
256, 564. 79
285,782. 28
254,567.72
353,172.67


3,90,364


3, 505, 338.43
4,891,423.35
1,386,084.92


Port dues


$6, 539. 97
7, 222. 85
8,115. 51
7, 731. 73
6,883.85
3, 722. 90
4,797. 88
4,015.71
3,457.42
3,362.70
2,216.36
3, 378.69


61,445.57
70,091.10
8, 645. 53


Miscellaneous
customs
collections


$2, 005.07
2,129.49
2,014.54
5,340. 57
1,969. 65
1,422. 92
4, 287. 53
2,090. 96
948.46
1,141.67
2,154.28
2,278.78


27, 783. 92
28, 012. 61
228. 69


Total



$348, 007. 99
236, 526.63
275, 751. 61
257,064.98
337, 126.89
310,722.22
333, 760. 92
326, 580. 86
260, 970.67
290,286.65
258,938.36
358,830.14
3, 694, 567.92
4,989,527.06
1,394,959.14









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SCHEDULE No. 9.-Statement showing amounts paid direct, by months, to the
Dominican Government, from its customs revenues, during the twenty-fourth
fiscal period, January 1 to December 31, 1930, and recapitulation by years of
payments to the Government since the establishment of the receivership April 1,
1905, to December 31, 1930


mout MoAmount
Month paid Month paid


January .----..- ---------------- $216, 000. 00 August ..-------------- ------ $50, 000. 00
March ...-------------------------- 120,000.00 December..------------------------ 35,000.00
May .----------------- ------- 175, 000. 00---
June--------.------------------ 135,305.15 Total payments, 1930......... 848,870.86
July.---------------- ----------- 117,565.71


RECAPITULATION


Year


1905 (9 months) ---------------------------------------------
1906 -----------------------------------------------------
1907 -------- --------------------
1908 --------------------------------
1909------------------------------------------------------------
1910 -------------------------------- --
1911 ------------------ ---------------------------------------
1912 ------------- ------------------
1913 ------------------- -------------------------------
1914 ---------- ----------------------- ------------------------
1915--------------------------------------------------------------
1916 --....-------------------------
1917--------------- ----------------------- ----------------------
1918 -- -- - - - - -- -- --- - - -
1919 ----------------------------------------------------
19 19------ - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
1920 .------- ---------------- -----------------
1921 ----------- -------------------------------------------
1922 ----------------
1923 -- --- -------------------------------------------------------------
1924------------------ ------------------- -----------------------
1925 ------------- -----------------------------------------------------
1026 ----------------------------------
1927------------------------------ ------------------------------
1928 ------- --------------------------------------- -----------------------
1929-- ---- ------------------
1930 -...--------------------------------------- -- ---------
Total.........------------------------------------

Yearly average, $1,790,900.


Total pay-
ments


$718,024.08
1,346,246. 69
1,346,450.12
1, 668, 017.53
1,586,742. 00
1,633,227.00
1,931,000.00
2 028, 600.00
1,678,944. 22
1,172,553.59
1,646,090.08
1,678,282. 55
2,455, 783.75
2,068,973.84
1,628,346. 91
1,822,357.75
354,119.46
1, 044,895. 83
1,275,000.00
1,265,000.00
1,449,000.00
1,782,847. 72
4, 513,500.00
3,711,000.00
3,461,814.92
848,870.86

46,115,689.50


Monthly
average

$79,780.45
112,187.22
112,204.17
139,001.46
132, 228. 50
136,102.30
160,916.67
169,050.00
139,912.02
97,712. 80
137,174.17
139,856.88
204,648.64
172,414.49
135,695.57
151,863.14
29,509.95
87, 074. 65
106,250.00
105, 416.66
120,750.00
148,570.64
376,125.00
309,250.00
288,484.57
70,739.'23

- - - -


SCHEDULE NO. 10.-Statement showing the gross collections and cost of collection
per dollar, twenty-fourth fiscal period, January 1 to December 81, 1980

SGCost of
ortcolleons Total expense collection
Ports collections per dollar


zua ..----. -------------- ------------------- $65, 650.95 $4,203.29 $0.0640
Barahona ...------------------------------------------ 76, 403.79 4,597.40 .0601
Comendador- ...----..--------------- ---------- 346.74 3,451.90 9.9562
Dajabon---------------------------------------------- 225.05 1,4444.59 6.4189
Las Lajas------------------ ------------------------- 1,332.07 965.72 .7249
La Romana ... -------------------------------------- 143, 205.67 5,539.69 .0386
Macoris ------------------------------------------- 649, 542.76 20,492.71 .0315
Monte Cristi-----.... ----------------------------------- 43,486.96 5,280.62 .1214
Puerto Plata --------------------------------------- 883, 565.38 23,691.31 .0268
Samana ---------------------------------------------------- 8,189.46 2,638.25 .3099
Sanchez .... ----------------------------------------- 80,451.13 6,153.10 .0764
Santo Domingo.....-------------------------------- 1,642,167.96 40,826.50 .0248
Total..---....... ------------ -------------------- 3,594,567.92 119,185.17 ......









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SCHEDULE NO. 11.-Statement showing the relative standing of the entry and interior
ports of the Dominican Republic in point of receipts and cost of collection, with
percentages, twenty-fourth fiscal period, January 1 to December 31, 1930


Percentage Ct
Relative rank based upon total of total Relative rank based upon cost of Cost ofleon
revenue collected collection
revenue collected revenue collection per dollar
collected


1. Santo Domingo------------- 45.68 1. Santo Domingo.----------------- $0.0248
2. Puerto Plata ..---- ----- ------- 24.58 2. Puerto Plata...... --------- .0268
3. Macoris ---------------18.07 3. Macoris------------------------- .0315
4. La Romana --------3.98 4. La Romna ------ -------- .0386
5. Sanchez------------ 2.24 5. Barahona .---------- .0601
6. Barahona .. 2.13 6. Azua---------------------------- .0640
7. Azua ------------------ --1.83 7. Sanchez. ----- .0764
8. Monte Cristi ------- 1.21 8. Monte Cristi- .1214
9. Samana --- ------- .23 9. Samana... --- .3099
10. Las Lajas ----- .03 10. Las Lajas --------- .7249
11. Comendador ..--- ------------ .01 11. Dajabon -------------- 6.4189
12. Dajabon --- ----------- .01 12. Comendador--. ------------------- 9. 9552


SCHEDULE NO. 12.-Statement showing differences found upon revision and audit
of customs declarations involving over and short collections during the twenty-fourth
fiscal period, January 1 to December 31, 1930, compared with same period of 1929


Involving short collections Involving refunds


Ports Number Amounts collected mber Amounts refunded
of items of items


Azua ------------........................
Barahona ------... --------------
La Romana -------------------
Macoris --- -- .----
Monte Cristi ---------
Puerto Plata ---------
Samana ........----------------------------
Sanchez -------------------------
Santo Domingo.. --.---------------
Total_ ------..............


1929 I 1930


1929


$21.11
67.05
110.47
52.76
45.35
242.26
11.78
21.96
1,298.37


1930


$26.72
669.68
90.77
74.71
14.39
362.96
13. 57
53. 76
3,375.07


280 174 1,871.10 4,681.63 437


1929

$181.74
193.48
548.81
794.92
122. 32
849.12
1.14
244.19
1,.540.17
4,475. 89


1930


$170.08
152.20
190.95
219.16
5.00
1,081.46
118. 65
1,623.03
13,560. 53


I Included refunds of duties originally collected on short-landed cargo (total $507.79) under article 54(b)
of the customs law. The balance, $3,052.74, represented refunds on account of excess collections of duties
for erroneous tariff classification ascertained in the audit of accounts.

SCHEDULE NO. 13.-Miscellaneous fund-Summary of all operations under this
fund since its commencement in 1922 to December 31, 1930


Receipts Disburse- Balances
ments


Pilots' fees:
To Dec. 31, 1929 .. ------- -----------.--------- $23,395.76 $23, 391.31 $4.45
Miscellaneous:
To Dec. 31, 1929. -- ------------ 19,862.03 19,866.48 ---. ----
During year 1930-------------------- 1,432.27 1,075.82 ---
21,294.30 20,942.30 352.00

Total pilots' fees and miscellaneous to Dec. 31, 1930 ------ 44,690.06 44,333.61 356.45














APPENDIX B

CONSOLIDATED STATEMENT OF COLLECTIONS, EXPENDITURES,
AND DISPOSITIONS OF FUNDS

SCHEDULE NO. 1.-Recapitulation of all financial transactions of the Dominican
customs receivership from its commencement, April 1, 1905, to December 31, 1930

COLLECTIONS AND RECEIPTS

Gross collections from all sources------------------------- $103, 862, 767. 30

OTHER RECEIPTS


Miscellaneous receipts, office of the general receiver (interest,
sales, etc.) ____ --_______________________
Other miscellaneous receipts (transfers, credits, etc., as de-
tailed in Schedule No. 2, annual report 1922)_________
Balance of provisional receipts pending cancellation as of
Dec. 31, 1930 _---.._-._ ------_----


270, 800. 14

599, 948. 44

64, 675. 00


Gross collections and other receipts..---.------------ 104, 798, 190. 88

EXPENDITURES AND DISPOSITIONS


1. Customs expenses proper, including expenses of the
receivership ---______-___._____..-____---_-__ __
2. Transmitted to fiscal agent, under modus vivendi-...-- -
3. Transmitted to the Guaranty Trust Co. of New York, for
service of the $20,000,000 loan of 1908 -------------
4. Transmitted to the National City Bank of New York, for
service of the $1,500,000 loan of 1912 ----------
5. Deposited with the International Banking Corporation for
credit of the "Dominican Republic 5 per cent bond
issue of 1918" ($4,161,300)_--------------------
6. Transmitted to the Equitable Trust Co. of New York, for
service of the $2,500,000 loan of 1921 (liquidated with
proceeds of 1922 loan)-_____ ________________.-----
7. Transmitted to Lee, Higginson & Co., New York:
For service of the $10,000,000 loan of 1922-1926 ----
For service of the $10,000,000 loan of 1926-1926 ----
8. Paid to the Dominican Government, accrued revenue ----
9. Paid to the Dominican Government, accumulated balance
of the 5 per cent allowance ---------------------
10. Paid to the Dominican Government, convention fund ---
11. Paid on account of wharf and harbor concessions --------
12. Morris, Milbourn, and Thurston settlements ----......-
13. Maintenance of customs and frontier guard (discontinued
as a receivership dependency July, 1908)------------
14. Expenses of frontier customs service, inaugurated October,
1912 _------------------------------------------
36


4, 588, 795. 09
4, 086, 651; 92

31, 366, 608. 18

1, 746, 806. 50


4, 746, 213. 45


428, 125. 00

5, 246, 249. 58
2, 647, 691. 69
46, 115, 689. 50

39, 488. 47
401, 928. 35
171, 973. 48
15, 300. 00

146, 674. 84

150, 862. 51








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15. Establishment and operation, revenue-cutter service-...-
16. Segregated as internal revenue (discontinued after Feb-
ruary, 1908)---------------------------
17. Segregated for the municipal surtax -. ..-----------.
18. Segregated in excess during 1917 to the unexpended balance
5 per cent allowance fund, transferred to the Dominican
Government __---_--_-------------- -___ --
19. Segregated in excess for the National City Bank of New
York, transferred to the Dominican Government -----
20. Unearned interest erroneously credited by the Guaranty
Trust Co. of New York ----------------
21. Canceled checks reissued----------------------------
22. Refunds, art. 10, tariff-----------------
23. Refunds, art. 180, customs law -----------------------
24. Refunds of duties collected in excess ------ ---
25. Personal fees refunded by deputy receivers ---_-_-----
26. Exchange on funds transmitted -----------------
27. Paid for account of the Dominican Government in accord-
i ance with special authority thereof__--------
28. Unexpended balance 5 per cent allowance fund disburse-
ments ----------------------
29. Disbursements, accrued liability fund ------------
30. Balances in transit from deputy receivers to general re-
ceiver, Dec. 31, 1930----------------------
31. Balances on hand, Dec. 31, 1930:
To credit sinking fund account, $10,000,000 issues
1922-1926 -------------------- -------
To credit sinking fund account, $10,000,000 issues
1926-1926 .-----------------------
To credit of the accrued liability fund-----------


Total -------------------------------------- 104, 798, 190. 88


$456, 759. 94

174, 495. 73
23, 588. 96


425. 60

193. 50

1, 265. 55
3, 790. 03
69, 841. 22
29, 027. 56
175, 052. 80
770, 090. 73
196, 841. 97

279, 479. 55

507, 247. 66
39, 616. 38

47, 320. 89


70, 138. 88

50,286. 82
3, 678. 55


















APPENDIX C

[Values in United States currency; quantities in metric units 1]

SUMMARY OF COMMERCE, DOMINICAN REPUBLIC, FOR 1930

TRADE STATISTICS FOR 1930 WITH TABULATED STATEMENTS

SCHEDULE No. 1.-Imports into the Dominican Republic during the calendar
year 1980, showing values and countries of origin in comparison with those of
calendar year 1929


Jan. 1 to Dec. 31, 1929 Jan. 1 to Dec. 31, 1930


Article and country


_______________________-; -- I - _________________________


Quantity


Value


Agricultural machinery, tools, and implements: Number
United States... --------------------- $96, 722
Porto Rico __.._....- ---------------.-... .--- 1,839
Cuba............------------.._ ....--........--- 20
United Kingdom-
England---------------------- .. ----- 24,167
Scotland ...........--- ------------.------------.. 140
France --........_------------ ... 4
Germany .. ...--- --------------- -------.----- 61,907
Italy ..-------- ---------------------- ------ 17
Spain..-----------..---------..... .....
Netherlands------- -------------- ------------------------
Austria ----------._. -----------_ ------------ 1,660
Belgium----------- ----. -- 66
Czechoslovakia. ------------------------------------------ --

Total-------- ------------ .------- 186,542

Animals:
United States ---------------------- 55 3, 502
Porto Rico..___----- ---------------- 33 1,415
Cuba ------- ------------------- 12 23
Germany__ ------------ 4 206
Spain . . . _
Spain---------------------------- --- ------------------------
Virgin Islands........ ----------------- 3 450
Canary Islands-.------------------ 1 150
Venezuela .-.....-.......-.------------------------

Total --- ------- ------------------ 108 5,746

Books and other printed matter:
United States .--- ---------- ------------ 43, 131
Porto Rico ........------------------ -- 200
Cuba-- ------------ -. 769
United Kingdom-
England .----------------------- 1,401
Scotland -.. ------ -- ------- 174
France --------------------- ---- 6,111
Germany .------------------- ---- 10,623
Italy --------------- 194
Spain --- ------- ---------------------- 1,398
Netherlands..----.--------------....- 277
Denmark ------------------------- ------------ 10
Haiti ---------------- -- ---------- 250
Canada..--. .----- .------------------- .---- 1,538
Dutch West Indies -------------- ---- 7
Switzerland ------------ ------------ 1,319
British West Indies------ ---------------- .-
Belgium .........------.-------------------. ------------ 20
Mexico ........................---------------- ------
Argentina. .......--------.------------ -------.....-----
Palestine and Syria---...------------------------------ 1
Sweden_ .--.--- ---------------------------- ------ 2
Czechoslovakia ------------------------- ---------- 297
Austria ....................----------------------------------------. 19
Panama------- .._------------_.-- ---. 491
China ---------------------------- .------ ---------

Total ------------- -------- --------- ..-- -- 68,232

1 Except gasoline and illuminating oil in gallons; lumber in board feet

38


Quantity


Number




------------
------------
------------
- - - - -
------------
-----------
------------
------------


Value



$77, 447
1,841


7,574
62

25, 376
182
1
1, 742

42


- ------- 114,267


47 2,923

34 91
-------------^-----^

15 158
-------^- --------
...
12 160

108 3,332


----....-- 31,074
-------. 599
.-----....-- 718

------.. -- 2,209
----------- 243
.......-- 4,357
..------ 6,009
-----.. 639
----- 2,491
---- 297
--------- 39

i- _ 896

----.--- -- .. 281
----...... 527
..-- ------ 109
------------ 7
-------... 14
----- 1
-----............ 2
..-----. 178

............ 761
------- 20

----...... 51,470








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SCHEDULE NO. 1.-Imports into the Dominican Republic during the calendar
year 1980, showing values and countries of origin in comparison with those of
calendar year 1929-Continued


Jan. 1 to Dec. 31, 1929 Jan. 1 to Dec. 31, 1930
Article and country ---


Cars, carriages, and other vehicles:
Automobiles-
United States....------------.....................
Porto Rico.......- -----------------
United Kingdom-England...--------...
Italy ------..........................----...
Spain.---- ---------------
Haiti--.......---------..............................--------
Canada....................................

Total----.......... ..............,.......

Railway and tram cars-
United States-..................-.............
Belgium--.- --------------

Totalgm.. ....... ......................
Total--- -----------------
Trucks: United States --..........................

All other free of duty-
United States.. ---- ------.............
Porto Rico .------- -----.....
United Kingdom-
England --....................-......
Scotland--- --- ---- ----
France--------- ------- -------
France.....................................
Germany-------------------------..

Total-------..............--... ...........

All other subject to duty-
United States -.................-- .------...
Porto Rico................-------------...............
Cuba -------------------.................................
United Kingdom-England-----------







Belgium..... ................ .................
France-------- ----------------------

Netherlands -----------------..............
Denmark -----------------
Canadarugs, oils, fats, wa-es, and thr d a-
Switzerlandd Sttes ---................----..
Belgium ---... --------.................
Sweden ..-- .......--------------- -------
Finland -..-..... -------- -------.

Total .........-................----...

Cement:
United States --------------------- -----
France----- -------------------
Germany ------------------
Italy.
Netherlands -.----------------------------------
Denmark-----------------------------------
Belgium------.--------------.-----.-----------
Sweden..-----..----.....----.....-...-........
Norway ------------------------------

Total ------------------------------

Chemical and pharmaceutical products:
Simple drugs, oils, fats, waxes, and their deriva-
tives-
Calcium carbide-
United States----------------------------
Italy --------------
Netherlands -------------.
Canada----- -------------

Total -------------


Quantity


Number
635
5
1
1

1
2


$436,981
2, 050
524
856

500
1,838


Quantity


Number
282
1

1
1
5


Value


$167, 810
690

5,205
200
1, 785


645 442,749 290 175,690

3 1,461 98 35, 040
---------- 10 2,287
3 1,461 108 37,327

114 67,159 103 76,449

-- 96,381 ..-.-----. 35,090
.---..... 155 1-----..... 109

-.....--... 307 .----- 19,000
76 ---....-76 78
-- 25 ...................
......... 3 ............ 297

---...-..... 96,947 .- ----- 54, 74

------ 72,601------------ 40,486
---- 499------ 416
.------ 4-------- ---------
.......... 379 ...........- 37
------ 1,278 ----- 121
---- 66------- 14
---- 71 ------ 22
-------- 40--- --------
--------- 2 -----.------ ------
------ 18------------------
------ 10-------------------
------ 184 ---------
------ 313-----------------
------------ -------- .. 10

------ 5,621------------ 41,846

Kilos Kilos
609, 466 12,712 340,686 943
193, 500 3, 129 154, 805 2,566
2,580, 122 22,118 4,369,950 50,001
1,098 9 -
---------- 759,400 5,446
9, 46,300 79,457 5,436,032 46,26
20,496,377 160,417 7,787,887 60,812








26, 327 2, 363 28,830 2,441
3,034 192 ...........
2,000 130....----
120, 19 9,397 69 692 5,457

161, 556 12,082 98, 522 7,898









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SCHEDULE NO. 1.-Imports into the Dominican Republic during the calendar
year 1980, showing values and countries of origin in comparison with those of
calendar year 1929-Continued


Jan. 1 to Dec. 31, 1929 Jan. 1 to Dec. 31, 1930
Article and country
Quantity Value Quantity Value


Chemical and pharmaceutical products-Continued.
Simple drugs, oils, fats, waxes, and their deriva-
tives-Continued.
Caustic soda-
United States. ------
United Kingdom-England _-------
Germany .......................--- --------

Total ........-------------

Resins-
United States-- ___-------- _..
Porto Rico ..._._____------------
Germany .. __. ____ __-...- ..--- __
Total__ ....-------------

Tallow and greases-
United States.. --...-----.--
Porto Rico.................----------
United Kingdom-England .-----
Germany_.. -----
Spain------- -----
Netherlands---....-------- -
New Zealand -----------------
Japan__-------------- ___
Total .... .-----

Vegetable juices, extracts, and oils-
United States-- -----------
Porto Rico -------------
Cuba------------
United Kingdom-England --- --
France -- -----
Germany ----______ ------
Italy.-- __ --------
Spain --------__ __- -_-_--------------
Netherlands_ ----------
Canada.....------
China --....... -------------
Japan___----. --- -----
Colombia .-------------------
Total--------------

All other free of duty-
United States ------
Porto Rico______-- ---------
Cuba ---___- ----
United Kingdom-England ---
France.----
Germany ------
Italy. -----------
Spain. --------_-__ ----
Netherlands----------------------------
Canada----- ..--------
Switzerland .------- ---------------.
Norway _--------------------------------
Newfoundland and Labrador -------
Czechoslovakia -....... ----------
Total_---- ---- ---

All other subject to duty-
United States --------
Porto Rico ----------
Cuba --- _____--------------...
United Kingdom-
England ---------------
Scotland.--------------------
Ireland -----------.. ------ -
France------------------------
Germany----------------------
Italy ------.......- ----------
Spain ------------------
Netherlands------.---------------------


Kilos
124, 761
3, 090
53, 555


Kilos
$8,338 191,419 $12, 550
217 2,781 182
3, 314 ... . . .


181, 406 11, 869 194, 200 12, 732

275,288 18, 81 297, 338 1, 965
6 1 -- ------
6 10 33 8

275,300 18,592 297,371 1, 973

358, 295 56, 202 331, 240 45,673
110,646 15,896 78, 062 10,828
58,747 8,854 27,313 3,837
38, 837 6,621 44,281 7,356
.. ----- 2,172 312
3,845 600 --------
27, 350 4, 848 18, 942 2,710
------- 2,104 339

597,720 93,021 504,114 71, 055

-----.---- 4,367 ..---..--- 3, 554
----- 50 -----
..-....... 3 -----
------ 67 --- 96
----- 1,220 .--. 990
S 246 ..- 337
---.----- 30 ------
------- 20 --------------------
-- ------------ 34
57 ..----- 14
-------- 2 -----.-- 7
2 .-----
------------ 29

----- 6,064 ------ 5,061

S 40, 975 .- 30,192
------ 2,992 -- 2,265
-- 884 ...-- 212
------- 4,038 .- 1,763
---- 6,253 ... 5,399
4, 367 ------ 5,685
----...-- ------ 108
.----- 628 ------ 1,284
---- 973 -----.... 1,184
---.....-- -. .. .. 375
--. 209 .--..... 240
407 ------ 27
------- ... 3017
----6----- 756------- ----- 4 7
------- 61,756 -----. 48,755


250, 747 ---...
3,804 ----
4,596 -- ...

22,141 ---...
113 .---
2 ------
95,931 ........
44,021 ....-------
2,691 --...-..
3,666------
7,836 --------


181, 263
351
1, 957

15, 903
46
2
76,285
36, 632
2,175
1,715
10, 523


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SCHEDULE NO. 1.-Imports into the Dominican Republic during the calendar
year 1980, showing values and countries of origin in comparison with those of
calendar year 199--Continued


Article and country


Chemical and pharmaceutical products-Continued.
Simple drugs, oils, fats, waxes, and their deriva-
tives-Continued.
All other subject to duty-Continued.
Denmark ------------------------
Haiti ....-----------...............----------------
Canada -- --------------- -----------
Dutch West Indies..---------------
Switzerland-----------------------
Virgin Islands...........------------------------
British West Indies--------------
Belgium----------------------- -
British India --------------------------
Mexico ----------------------
Hong Kong ------------------------
Sweden ---------------------------
Palestine and Syria --------
Brazil...----. -------------
China ----- ---------------
Japan-----..-----------------------
Czechoslovakia....--------- -----------
Hungary --------------------------
He]as, Arabia, and Mesopotamia -----
French Africa-----------------------------
Egypt----- ---------------
Dutch East Indies .... -------
Chile--- ----------------
British East Africa. -------
Turkey---------------- ------
Argentina ------------------------------
Austria --- ------------------
Colombia------------------------
Poland and Danzig--- -----
Malta, Gozo, and Cyprus Islands..-------
Honduras...-----------------------
French West Indies --- _---------- --
Persia ---------------------------------
Russia---------------------------
Straits Settlements.-----------
Greece -----------------------------------
Ceylon------ ----------------
Panama--------------------------
Morocco-------------------------------
Peru -------------------------------------

Total -----........------------ ------

All other-
United States ---------------------
Porto Rico----------------........---------------
Cuba-------------------------------
United Kingdom-
England------------------------------
Scotland-------------------------------
France ----....- .....-------------------
Germany -------------------------
Italy --------------
Spain-- ---------...--------
Netherlands ..---.---------------------
Denmark--------------------------------
Canada........---------------------------------
Belgium ---------------------------------
Russia --_----------------
British India ......------------------
Austria ---------------------------------
French Africa --------------

Total ..----..--------..-----------

Clocks and watches:
Chronometers and tower clocks-
United States------------------------
Spain...---.......----.... ------------------

Total-------................--- -----------


Jan. 1 to Dec. 31, 1929 Jan. 1 to Dec. 31, 1930


Quantity


Kilos
------------
------------
------------
------------
------------
------------
------------
------------
------------
------------
------------
------------
------------
------------
------------
------------
------------
------------
------------
------------
------------

------------
------------
------------
------------
------------
------------
------------
------------
------------
------------
------------
------------
------------
------------
------------
------------
------------
------------
------------


Value


Quantity





Kilos
------------
------------
------------
------------





------------
--...........
...........-


-I-


-------- 443,417 ------------ 335,280


---- 11,410 .-------- 9,609
------------ 49 .....------ 5
----------- 134 ..-------- 23

----- 83 -----.--- 176
---------... 21 ---- ------------
------------ 1,752 .------ 191
.---- 616 ----- 551
7
------- --------- - -------- 7
----- 9 -..------ 16
------ 2
------------ ------------ 13
---------.. 34 ---------- 17
--- 1,051 ---.-- 108
...........- 62 ---- --- --------
-- --------- - 11
---- ---- -- 14
--------- ------ --- 204

------------ 15,223 ...----- 10,945



-------- 488 ------- 900
------ 100 ----------

... 588 ---..... 900


Value







$419
3
217

1,046
4
12
1,157
763
16
15
1,352
3
161
329
1, 647

49
268


17

50
18
188
4




3
260
1
4
3
359
5
47
8









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SCHEDULE NO. 1.-Imports into the Dominican Republic during the calendar
year 1980, showing values and countries of origin in comparison with those of
calendar year 1929-Continued


Jan. 1 to Dec. 31, 1929 Jan. 1 to Dec. 31, 1930
Article and country
Quantity Value Quantity Value


Clocks and watches-Continued.
All other-
United States --.. ----
Porto Rico-- ..- ----------- --------_..
United Kingdom-England ----------.
France------------.................................
Germany----------------------
Italy ....----- - -- .
Spain-------- ....--------------.-
Netherlands ------------------------
Denmark ---------------------....-_
Canada------------- ----............ .......
Dutch West Indies---------------------..
Switzerland--------.-- ---------
Mexico ---...............---------------
Sweden----__-----_-___-..---__-_---_----
Belgium------------------------...... ----..

Total .----------------........ ........

Coke, briquets, and other fuels:
Coal-
United States------------ ------.----.
United Kingdom-England ..---------------.

Total -------------.. ......................

All other-
United States---- ..----- ----------.-
Netherlands --..... ----

Total ------------.........................

Copper and alloys, and manufactures of:
Manufactures free of duty-
United States -------...... .- -
Porto Rico------------ ------
Cuba-------------- ----------.........
United Kingdom-
England ...----------.---------------------
Scotland -----------------.-... ---------
France---------------------------- ---
Germany------- ..----------
Italy -------------------
Spain------------------
Netherlands...................-------------------------------
Denmark ----------------.------------..
Canada ----...... ...... ...........
Switzerland------------ ---------
Belgium--- -----------------

Total--------------------- -------....

Manufactures subject to duty-
United States.... ------------------ .......
Porto Rico-- ---------------
Cuba -------------..-- -------.--
United Kingdom-
England-------------------------------....
Scotland...- ----.................
France s .----------------...-- -- --
Germany----
Italy ---. --------.--------
Spain---------------------------------.....
Netherlands----------------- ---
Denmark-------------------- --------
Haiti -----------------
Canada-------------...............
Dutch West Indies ......-- ---- --....... --
Switzerland -------------
Belgium -------..................... ---.
Sweden------............---- ---
China .------------------- ------.---
Japan.---.... -----.....................
Czechoslovakia.----- ------............
Austria --------------------------------
Palestine and Syria -----------------------...


$7,140
183
13
596
10,195
5,086
148
80

1

8,124
10
18
-----------


$2,413
70
35
729
4,383
982


23

85
6,924


155


------..... 31,594 ----... 15,799


Kilos Kilos
1,913,042 12,352 2,870,679 14,834
6,593,967 26, 054 7,275,220 27,644

8,507,009 38,406 10,145,899 42,478


181,352 2,173 162, 719 1,937
1,602 160 --------

182,954 2,333 162,719 1,937



-58,065 ----------- 20,299
------ 232 ------------ 97
............ 148 --............. ..

-------- 245 -.---3 -- 224
----. --- 376 ------------ 41
173 --------- 8
1,349 -.......... 420
------- ----- -----. 2
---- -- -- ------------ 9
----- -- -- ---- 9
-------- 2 ----- .-------------
------....... 2 -3
------------ 19 -------- ------
----- ------ ---- 100

.-- ---- -. 60,611 ------------ 21,212


----- 79, 658
226
------ 177

------- 945
. ------ 179
------------ 665
15,241
204
------. 533
------ 72
----- 58
------------ --- --- -- -

------------ 3
-------- 275
------- 148
----- 6
-- ----- 10
------- 261

----------::-- 3-


56,276
154
304

186
12
209
3,002
12,618
202
48

500
22
6


115
20
80
41
1
4










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SCHEDULE NO. 1.-Imports into the Dominican Republic during the calendar
year 1930, showing values and countries of origin in comparison with those of
calendar year 1929-Continued


Article and country


Copper and alloys, and manufactures of-Continued.
Manufactures subject to duty-Continued.
Mexico .........------------............................
Hungary............--- .....---------------
Venezuela ..........--------------------...........................

Total .....................................---------------
Cork and manufactures of:
Manufactures free of duty-
United States..--- ------ ---..-----------
France---- --- -----------------...
Spain.....--- --- ------
Norway----.-.......-------------

Total--------------- ---....-.............

Manufactures subject to duty-
United States........--------------.........................
Cuba ---..... -----..................
France........-------------.............................
Germany-------- ---------------
Italy -...............-.----------------
Spain------ ................- ---- --
Portugal -------...---- --------------------..---
Total---....... -.............. .. ..-
Cotton and manufactures of:
Unmanufactured-
United States----...... ------.. ..
Cuba--- ..---------- ------....
United Kingdom-
England............... .....--------------
Scotland-------------------------........
France .........--------------------------

Total------------------------------........

Manufactures of:
Blankets and blanket cloth-
United States.--- ------- --
Porto Rico ... --------------............
Cuba---------------- ...----.
United Kingdom-England ................
France.-......--.....................
Germany------ ------
Spain..------------- -----------
Netherlands -------------.----
Virgin Islands --------------.........
Belgium--------------------------........
Japan-----------------..- -----.. .........

Total------------------------
Cloths-
Plain woven-
Bleached or unbleached-
United States.........-----------
Porto Rico ---------------
Cuba-.........--..................
United Kingdom-
England ---------------------
Ireland-...-------------.. --
France.-..-........ ....------
Germany--------------------------
Italy -------------
Spain....--------------------
Netherlands.---.-----...........
Dutch West Indies-..-..... ...
Switzerland ---- -............
Virgin Islands---.. ---..
British West Indies...-..--......
Czechoslovakia -------...........
Mexico--.......................-------------
Japan-..--... ......--------- -------
Total--......--...................--------


Jan. 1 to Dec. 31, 1929 Jan. 1 to Dec. 31, 1930


Quantity Value


Quantity


----........ $12 ---------
------... 368 .---------- $65
--......------ ---------. ------------ 6

-------.. 99,047 ...-------- 73,870


--..-- 1,790 --------- 151
-------- ------ ------ ---- 3
-- ----- 6,191 ----------- 1,864
------------ ------------ 82

...-----. 7,981 ------------ 2,100

...------ 485 ---------- 659
--.......... 32 ----... 1
..------- 42 --........-- 18
..----- 22 ------------ 80
..---..... 13 ---------- 3
------ 3,311 ------- 1,910
859 --- -- 711
--...--. .. 4,764 --------- 3,382

Kilos Kilos
32,298 6,393 14,447 2,873
287 30 -----

-------- 255 65
695 157 163 39
683 1,462 ------

33,963 8,042 14,855 2,977


55,407 68,084 37,347 42,718
1 1 3 3
.......--- ..... 2 2
5 4 ---------------
1,278 735 2 4
3,591 3,139 2,440 1,947
---. ---- 769 439
941 858 390 379
1 1
906 639 129 86
1,434 1,625 666 774

63,563 75,085 41,749 -46,353

Linear Linear
meters meters
3,420,354 358,906 2,298,679 274,643
235 41 3,698 369
10 3 12 2
263,692 32,501 133,345 15,615
457 134 --
426 195 339 17
3,347 391 -
7,933 1,572 4,226 529
394 247 310 136
763 442 .. ------
........ ------- 160 22
19,310 4,292 14, 329 3,034
10 1 ...- ------------
6 2 -------
200 55 .... ---
--------... ..... 27 8
--------......... 9,510 730

3,717,137 398,782 3,144,635 295,105










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SCHEDULE No. 1.-Imports into the Dominican Republic during the calendar
year 1930, showing values and countries of origin in comparison with those of
calendar year 1939-Continued


Jan. 1 to Dec. 31, 1929 Jan. 1 to Dec. 31, 1930
Article and country
Quantity Value Quantity Value


Cotton and manufactures of-Continued.
Manufactures of-Continued.
Cloths-Continued.
Plain woven-Continued.
Dyed or printed-
United States---- --------..
Porto Rico--- ..... --------..
Cuba------------------........
United Kingdom-England-....-
France.-----------------.-........
Germany ------------------......
Italy--- ----------
Spain.---------- -----..-.._-....
Haiti----------------- ......
Dutch West Indies----- .. --..
Switzerland ---- -----
Virgin Islands----------- --........
British West Indies--.----
Mexico ----.
Japan .---.. ------------.---
Venezuela ----.. --------. _-

Total --........................
Manufactured with dyed yarns-
United States------- ---- ---.
Porto Rico--------- ...----.-..
United Kingdom-
England --------
Ireland .---... ------__--..-
Germany--- -----------
Italy--- ----------
Spain.----.. -.-.._..........._...
Total ----- --............--- ..-.-
Twilled or figured in the loom-
Bleached or unbleached-
United States .------.. -. ..
Porto Rico-------------------------
United Kingdom-
England ...--------
Ireland ------
France-- .--------------.
Germany--- ..------... ..---
Italy--- .. ---------------
Spain----.-----..-.........--
Netherlands ----. --------.-
Canada-------- -------------.----.
Dutch West Indies-----------------
Switzerland ---- _- ______
Virgin Islands---------------------
Japan------------.------------....
Austria ----- --------
Venezuela..---........---------

Total------------..----........
Dyed or printed-
United States--- ----.
Porto Rico---..............------------.--.......
United Kingdom-England-.....
France--............-----------
Germany..---.- ------........
Italy....---- .................
Spain--- ..--................
Netherlands ..---... ----.......
Switzerland------.......--..........
Belgium------- ------...................
British West Indies.----------
Austria --- ------------ --........

Total-.................-..........


Linear
meters
4, 005, 973
3,515
72
620,485
1,079
211

13,385
--------------- -----------
11
32,828
7


$475,457
535
15
66, 083
247
177

2,463
2-------
3
7,262
1


Linear
meters
3,859,161
15,569
4,580
480,876
978
2,281
795
148,533
5
38
25,799
8
3
10
40
2


$397,167
1,171
1,164
38,797
267
366
156
16,482
2
7
5,131
1
1
5
5
1


4,677,566 552,243 4,538,678 460.723

3,882,552 412,527 3,215,767 311,143
------.-.......-- 4,526 461
22,233 3,837 22,549 3,200
---- .... 2,454 257
------. -- 3,229 450
9,807 1,316 2,902 559
21,773 2,209 1,810 242
3,936,365 419,889 3,253,237 316, 312


969,191 157,947 655,296 93,373
57 12 173 33
115,400 21,260 48,134 9,913
11, 546 3,193 22,477 5,490
6,696 2,061 588 144
349 331 393 65
45,746 11,722 17,640 4,026
547 190 4,257 1,695
28 21 ............
3 1 ..
------------ --------- 7 1
1,818 647 3,266 1,078
----- -... 3 3
920 221 -.....---. ......-..
-..---................ -86 39
---- .. 4 1
1,152,301 197,606 752,324 115,861

1,091,355 170,687 683,052 91,748
582 108 311 72
495,853 78,585 189, 290 35,729
590 224 618 214
216 62 ...............
12,670 4,631 18,422 6,833
65 75 143 54
6 3 -- --....... .
2,731 1,203 380 206
4,223 1,087 151 119
26 3 .................
---.... ............. 5,609 1,870
1,608, 317 256,668 897,976 136,845









REPORT DOMINICAN CUSTOMS RECEIVERSHIP


SCHEDULE No. 1.-Imports into the Dominican Republic during the calendar
year 1980, showing values and countries of origin in comparison with those of
calendar year 1929-Continued


Article and country


Cotton and manufactures of-Continued.
Manufactures of-Continued.
Cloths-Continued.
Twilled or figured inthe loom-Continued. Linear
Manufactured with dyed yarns- meters
United States.-- -------------- 3,043,035
Porto Rico.-------------- ---- 156
Cuba ----------------------- 9
United Kingdom-
England.--.--- --------- 53,551
Ireland ---- ------------ 136
France ------------------ 22, 655
Germany- ...------------- ----- 492
Italy.---. .. ..------------..--- 86,915
Spain ---- --------------- -- 15,050
Netherlands ---------------------- 1,170
Dutch West Indies -------- -
Switzerland ---------- 197
Belgium ------------------- 3,987

Total -..-... .------ ---------. 3,227,353

Belting and hose-. Kilos
United States----------- 3,112
United Kingdom-Scotland....------------ 347
Germany ------------ --------- ------ 47

Total .... ..------- ---------------- 3,506
Linear
Duck- meters
United States. ------------------- 11,173
Canada..--- -..... .-----------------------

Total _--- -------------------------- 11,173

Knit goods-
United States ..------------------------------
Porto Rico --------............-----------------...-------
Cuba...----........------------------ ----------
United Kingdom-
England-.........------------------- --------
Ireland--....------ ----------------.----
France -------------------------------- ------------
Germany..-------.-------.. -------------- ------------
Italy ---------.........................------------.......--------------
Spain ..--. -----------------------------
Netherlands--..- -------------- -- ------
Canada.--..-------- ------------ ----------
Dutch West Indies-- -------- .. ..........-----------
Switzerland.--------------------------........------
Virgin Islands....---------------------------------.
Belgium ----------.. ----------- -------------
China -------------------------------------
Japan..---------------- ----------------
Czechoslovakia..--..................----------....---........--------------
Colombia ----......--------------------- ------------
British West Indies .........--------------------------
Norway...........------------------- -----------
Lithuania.....----------------------------------.
Hong Kong----.......-------- -------- -----------

Total.............-----------------------..--...--------

Clothing (except knit goods)-
United States ---------- ----------
Porto Rico .--..... ---- ----.... ----------------.
Cuba...----- .... ..--------- .......----------- ..-----
United Kingdom-
England ------------------------- -----------
Scotland ------------------------------
Ireland..........---------- -------- ------------
France-....--......-- .......----------- -----
Germany ..----... -----------.----------.-
Italy ..-----.---------.----...----------
Spain ---.------------------ ------------
Netherlands ..... ..------------------------
Denmark-.............................-----------
Haiti ....... ................--------------- -----.....


Jan. 1 to Dec. 31, 1929 Jan. 1 to Dec. 31, 1930

Quantity Value Quantity Value


$421, 044
40
10

10,649
87
17,347
293
30,237
6,168
315
158
1,830

488,178


Linear
meters
2,937,045
126


38,314
920
2,767

62,113
16,638
6
13

1, 357
3, 059, 299


$352, 056
25
------------

7,115
575
2,143

15,533
6,832
2
4
738

385, 023


Kilos
2,061 521 544
329 ..-----
89 ........

2,479 521 544
Linear
meters
6,279 8,858 3,114
------.... 390 100

6,279 9,248 3,214

200,951 ------------ 115, 687
1,46-1 ------------ 615
59 .....------. -70

446 ---------- 221
2 ----.......... ------
3,633 ---....... 767
12,622 .... .-----.. 5,245
8,013 ......---------.. 6,151
4,867 ...------------ 3,751
10 ---..... 3
4 ------------ 6
5 ------ 3

2
13 ---- .............. -



2 ---
--------- --------- 2

21,010 -..... 24
35,551 ------------ 36,363
57 ------------. --------....

2 ---------- ---
601 - -
1 .....------------...... -------....
------------ ------ 12

269,315 ---. .-----. 169,446


77,931 ....--.....----
813 .....-------...
313 ------

1,567-- ....
2 - -
3,970 ........
1,359 ..----...
330--------..
158 ---------.
243 ....------
7 ..........------
16 ........


60, 957
778
122
158
8
276
588
66
11
21
2
5










4TO REPORT DOMINICAN CUSTOMS RECEIVERSHIP


'SCHEDULE No. 1.-Imports into the Dominican Republic during the calendar
year 1930, showing values and countries of origin in comparison with those of
calendar year 1929-Continued


Quantity


Cotton and manufactures of-Continued.
Manufactures of-Continued. Linear
Clothing (except knit goods)-Continued. meters
Canada------....... ---- _.... ...........
Dutch West Indies. ----- ---
Switzerland .....-.-.------------ ----
Virgin Islands... - -- ----
British West Indies----------------- .-
Mexico ---------------- ----- ----
French West Indies------------ -----.
Japan----------------- -----
Czechoslovakia----------------------------- ---- ---
Austria ---------- ---- ----
Palestine and Syria------------------------ -----------
Venezuela..------- -----------
Argentina--------------------------------- -----------
Sweden----------------------------------- --
Norway ....................------------- -............
Hungary.........------------ --------- -
Lithuania----------- -----------------.----.---
Panama.......------------------ ---...... .....

Total ................ ......... -----
Piqu6-
United States----------------------------- 848
United Kingdom-England ------------.. 2,175

Total----------------------------------- 3,023

Seines and fishing nets, United States.....------ -----.-
Yarns and manufactures of-
United States-...---- ---------------------
Porto Rico------------------------------- ----
Cuba-....------------------ ------- ----
United Kingdom-
England--- ....- ------------- ..._ ..
Scotland-- -------- --- ----
Ireland..--.. --------.----- ------.
France....------------------ ---- ------....
Germany------ ------------- -....-...
Italy--------- --- -----.
Spain-- ------------------------- -------.
Denmark.-------------------------------. - -.-..
Canada-------------------- -- ---.-.
Switzerland------------------------- -. ----.
British West Indies------------------------ ----. -----
Belgium-----------------------.----- ---------
China.. -- --------------------- ...--.....
Czechoslovakia ....----------- ---.. --- -.
Venezuela ----... --------------- -._ ....

Total -------------------------- ------...
All other-
United States-----------...---._.- -----.
Porto Rico ...-- .----------
Cuba----- -------....-
United Kingdom-
England ..--- ------------... _
Scotland .---- ------------.---
Ireland..----.-----......... --- -..
France------ ---.---.._
Germany------- ------- ------- -_
Italy ------------- ---- -----
S p a in - - - - - - - - - - - - - - . - - - - -
Netherlands------------------------ ----
Denmark--.- .---------- ----_
Haiti------------------------------------- ----- ..
Canada-----------------------------------
Dutch West Indies.._------------ ---
Switzerland-- ----- ---- -------
Virgin Islands..----- --.. .. .
British West Indies---------- ---. ---...
Belgium---------------------------- -------
Mexico_ -. .-------------- ---______...
French West Indies-----------------------
China...---.. ..-------- -... .----
Japan---- --------------- -----..... ....


Jan. 1 to Dec. 31, 1929 Jan. 1 to Dec. 31, 1930


Value Quantity



Linear
meters
$42 ------------
12 ------
610 ------------
10 ----------
1 ------------


656 ------------
1,316 ---------
139 -----
2 -
6 ----------
3 ..--
2 --.--.......
9 -----


89, 516 ------------ 63,601

164 1,033 326
577 ............ ..

741 1,033 326

5-------------------

32,724 ----- --- 29,011
944 ...... 737
2 ----------- 15

87,107 .... 93,354
64,857 ------------ 23,740
------ ........ 655
27,967 --.- 16,915
3,164 ---- 2,188
1,702 -------- -- 1,332
43 ---------- 246
1 ----......................
24 ------.-..-. 15
300 ------------ 305
1
S.- ------ ------------ 1
1,153 .----- 325
2 ...
281 --------- 109
.------------ ...--------- 8

210, 271 ------------ 168, 956


183, 025---
2,777----
308 ....


24,570
1
757
25, 350
15, 480
6, 083
1,635
1,427
2
30
706
122'
8,310
12
5
956


7, 454
7,452


----- - -
-- -- -- -
----- - -
---- -- -
----- - -
-----------
-- -- -- -
---- -- -

------------
-- -- -- -
-- -- -- -

------------

_-------- ..


- - - - - f


Article and country


Value


$268
74
13
14
2
11
2
76
126
12






7


132, 627
2,111
796

1, 961
48
1,281
17, 879
10,275
2,890
4,256
113
1
1,140
54
1,877
1
31
687
3
68
38
6,957


~--------~-------


i










REPORT DOMINICAN CUSTOMS RECEIVERSHIP


SCHEDULE No. 1.-Imports into the Dominican Republic during the calendar
year 1930, showing values and countries of origin in comparison with those of
calendar year 1929-Continued


Article and country


Cotton and manufactures of-Continued.
Manufacturers of-Continued.
All other-Continued.
Czechoslovakia. ..... ..- --------- -.
Austria --------.....-------------------------
Norway......-----------------------------
Venezuela-.........---------......--------------.
Poland and Danzig------------------------
Honduras ........------- ----------------
Lithuania-----------------------------........................
British South Africa-..............--...
Colombia---..--------------------

Total.....-------.........-----------....
Earthenware, porcelain, clay and pottery:
Bricks, tiles, filters and other manufactures free of
duty-
United States ..--------
Porto Rico...------------------------------
Cuba ----------------------- -----------
United Kingdom-England--------------------
France ....--------.------------------------
Germany..-----------------------------
Spain......---------..----------------------.
Belgium...----. --------------------------
Austria .....------- -----------------------
Czechoslovakia ......------..----------.-----

Total .-.........----------.-
All other dutiable articles-
United States..-...-.-----------------.
Porto Rico....------....- ----.-------------
Cuba......-----------------------------------
United Kingdom-
England_.......---...................
Scotland..--...----------------------------
France.....----....--------------------------
Germany...--......--------------------------
Italy.----------.................------------------.........----
Spain.---------------------------------------
Netherlands-.........----------------------
Denmark .........-----....--- .............
Dutch West Indies....-- -----..........-----
Switzerland..........-----------------
Virgin Islands-....-----------------------------
Belgium......------......------ -------------
British West Indies.-------------------------
China--..--...-----. ----------------------
Japan----------------------------------------
Czechoslovakia --------.-----------------------
Austria......-------------------------------
Poland and Danzig .. .........--------------
French West Indies _-----.--------------------
Mexico .........-------------------------------------
Palestine and Syria -------------------------

Total- .-.. ..------- ... --.------ -----
Explosives:
Cartridges-
United States. ---------.........---------------
Porto Rico .....---- ------------------------
Germany....------ ..-------------.------

Total.--..---....... -----------------.

All other-
United States........----............------------------
Porto Rico ...---- ---------------------------
United Kingdom-England -------------
Germany ..- .- ........--------------
Dutch West Indies ..-.....-- ---------
China ----.--------------------..-- -
British West Indies.---------- ------ -

Total........................-----------------..

50229--31---4


Jan. 1 to Dee. 31, 1929


Quantity



Linear
meters
------------

-------.-----


Value





$1,351
2,438
10
2
52
1
------------
- - - - - -


Jan. 1 to Dec. 31, 1930


Quantity



Linear
meters
------------
------------
------------
------------
| . - -


Value


$143
398
13
1

1
6
3


---.. ... 228,416 ----------- 199,659


49,806
1
410
266
1,121
3, 403
2, 640
2
932
441


21, 560
30
3,623
86
22
2, 812
1,836

413


- -5------ 59,022 ----.. 30, 381

-------- 5,907 ---- -- 4,900
----- ,109 ------- 20
----279 -- ---- 12

..--.... 1,430 ..------ 678
----------- 6 ------------ 9
---4,949 -.. 2,479
--------- 78,977 ---- 30, 348
--..... 11 ..........- 88
----------. 297 ------------ 456
.- 12 ------- 356
----- 5 ------------ 167
---- 9 --- -- --
----- 4 ------------ 10
------------ ----- ----------- 1
-- - - 2,207 -- - - -2


--- 2,899 -__----__ 2,820
14,584 ------------ 7,377
------ 67 ------- 94
------ - -- 42 -----------
------------ 2 ------ ----- 13
------ -- ---- --- --- 54
----------- ----------- ----- 4
. . . . . I-- - - - . .

-------_ 112,296 -----___ 49,886

Kilos Kilos
1,671 1,889 599 658
---- ---------- 6
-------------------- 7 33

1,671 1,889 612 696


32,299 1, 085 4,915 3,816
86 68 --- -------
2 4 --- ..--
2,851 1,700 1,636 644
----- ----- 1 1

14 20 ... ----------

35, 626 17, 202 6,602 4,91








48 REPORT DOMINICAN CUSTOMS RECEIVERSHIP

SCHEDULE No. 1.-Imports into the Dominican Republic during the calendar
year 1930, showing values and countries of origin in comparison with those of
calendar year 1989-Continued


Article and country


Feathers, intestines, and manufactures of:
United States---- --------------.--..
Porto Rico -----.-
France . . . . . . . . ... ..
Germany -------------------
Spain
Canada .......---------
Switzerland---------- --__--___--___-.
China __~_ __
Austria..-----------.. --.-


Total------------------ -------------------


Fertilizers:
Unites States -... -----------
Porto Rico-.---- --------- ---
France __ __-------- - -
Germany .......--------------_______
Netherlands--......... ..--.................
Chile .........-......._____ ...------------
Total .----------------........ .....-.......
Fibers, vegetable, and manufactures of:
Jute bags-
Porto Rico ---------------...-._...---
United Kingdom-
England---
Scotland--- -------___---
Germany.-------
British India--- ------------.
Colombia ---.----- -------- ----.-
Total_-------------- -------- ----.-
Seines and fishing nets and all other free of duty-
United States-.---.-------------------
United Kingdom-
England--- --- ----
Scotland --- ----------
France----...------------
Germany -------- -----------
Netherlands --- --------
Belgium--- ....--- .--.- ........----.
British India ----.
Austria-----------------------------------
Total---- ----------- ---.----- --
Yars, threads, twines, ropes and cords-
United States-------- ------
Porto Rico......----............__-------------
Cuba-----------_----
United Kingdom-
England -------------
Scotland .---.. -------.........-.
Ireland ...------ - - -- .
France---- --------------
Germany ---------...-.. ----------
Italy ----- - - - - - - - -
Spain-----------------------
Netherlands--- ------
Canada--- --- ----------.----------__. __
Switzerland---------------- -------------
Belgium--- ---------------------..
Sweden---------...------------..-
Czechoslovakia ---.------.-- .------
Austria ..---.. .-----
Poland and Danzig-------------------.....-
Hungary.--... --------------------------


Jan. 1 to Dec. 31, 1929 Jan. 1 to Dec. 31, 1930


Quantity Value Quantity Value


Kilos Kilos
----... $1,990 ..------. $1,386
---- 9 ------- 1
------- 796 ------------ 84
S204 .----------- 263
8 -____..---- 24
---- 2...----------..--
.---- 16 ......-------
1 .
--------- I1---------- ---------
--- 106 .... 105

--- 3,132 ..----..- 1,853


88, 511 3,886 61, 579 4,844
1,141 61 4,978 210
200 18
.-------.. 3 1
-- -- ----- 906 33
-------. 733 46
89,852 3,965 68,199 56,133

194,852 50, 973 153, 498 38, 831
500 15
84,904 25, 275 97, 959 22,449
14,641 4,574 8,322 2,522
2,662 787 2,625 723
2, 860,415 530,753 4,512,066 716, 789
280 170
3,157, 74 612,532 4,774,970 781,329

-- 11,126 --..----- 15,078
-24,451 ---.---- 10,149
1,102 ------------ 6,303
-2 --------... 18
7, 451 ............ 3,888
1,441 ...----------- 3, 264
----- 3,278 ------------ 5,243
9,364 .-----... .. 7,017
----.... 825 ----..... 1,177
6- 59,040 ----... ----- 52,137


85, 705
43, 332
30, 131
1,287
11
1,107
5,315
4, 69
2,659
37,231
30
1,992
397
402
100


37, 223
13, 500
7,276
280
9
722
2,808
3,005
653
7, 779
75
695
246
239
48
- - - - -


62,494
99
29,824
12, 633
1,114
53
102
4, 059
5,187
413
11,434
1
2,792
324
76
765
409
100


Total..--------------------- ----...... 214,558


25, 249
77
8,327
3,617
495
93
181
2,395
2,801
233
2,498
1
962
834
25
357
176
76
48,397


... -_-.----- ~--* -"r-,, 1.***?


1


74,558 131,879










REPORT DOMINICAN CUSTOMS RECEIVERSHIP


ScHEDULE No. 1.-Imports into the Dominican Republic during the calendar
year 1930, showing values and countries of origin in comparison with those of
calendar year 1929-Continued


Jan. 1 to Dec. 31, 1929 Jan. 1 to Dec. 31, 1930
Article and country
Quantity Value Quantity Value


Fibers, vegetable, and manufactures of-Continued.
All other-
United States.....-----------------------------
Porto Rico -----...... ......--- -------------.
Cuba----------......... --------------------
United Kingdom-
England ---------------------------------
Ireland .------------ -----------
France-..-.....-----------------------------
Germany ------------------------------
Italy ------------------------------
Spain ................ ---------..
Netherlands ---------
Haiti ... ..... -----------------------------
Canada. --..--...- ....----------------------
Dutch West Indies ----........---------------
Switzerland ...----------------------------
Belgium -- --------------
Mekico ---------------------------------------
China --------.- .........--------------
Czechoslovakia......--------------------------
Portugal -----...........--------.....--------------
Austria --------------- -------------------

Total ............---- ... -------------

Foodstuffs:
Meats-
Beef, mutton, and pork, fresh, United States -_

Beef, jerked-
United States ...-----------------
Uruguay --------------------------
Argentina ------------------------
Paraguay ---------------------------------
Total................-------------------

Game, fresh or frozen-
United States ------------------------
Canada ..---------------------------------

Total. ---- -----.--------.. --------

Lard-
United States ....-----....----------------..
Porto Rico .... -.-------
United Kingdom-England -----
France --------------------------------
Italy ..-------------------- ---
Netherlands --- --------------
British West Indies --__ ..--------
French West Indies--. -----------
Palestine and Syria .--------------------

Total...---.........-----------------

Poultry, dressed, United States ---------

Salted or pickled-
United States ..------ ---------------------
Italy------ ------------------------
Spain ------------------------------------
Dutch West Indies------------------
Virgin Islands .... --------------
Norway ------------.. -----------------
Total..----- -------.. --------------

Sausages-
United States --..--------------.-
Porto Rico. ......--------- ---------------
Cuba......---------------.--------------
United Kingdom-England -----
France -------- ------- ---
Germany .-- -------------.-------------
Italy .-- ----- ....
Spain.-------------------------------
Netherlands ............--------------


Kilos -
------------
------------
------------


$7,916
120
7

39, 961
110,427
18, 166
153
1,190
2,169
1
5
42
4
140
1, 252
19
63
251
1


Kilos
------------

------------


$5, 704
53
5

18, 298
47, 957
6, 611
7
16
521
3
6
2
328
490
30


295


------ 181,887 |...---- 80,326


4,938 3,062 2, 036 1, 312

------ 2 1
34,708 8,091 ------
11,744 2,911 -------
8,464 2,137 ------

54,916 13,139 2 1

339 156 175 109
11 8 ---- ----

360 164 175 109

2,614,442 698,388 1,341,675 320,501
4, 185 1, 259 18,295 4,817
454 125 --- --
7 4 ----- ---
----- ----- 25 13
331,035 84, 102 480, 746 102, 731
--------- 3 1
------------ 6- 2
73 104 21 29

2,850, 196 783,982 1,840,670 420, 094

21 25 -- --


229,464 33,266 170,888 22,260
6 8 --------
72 41 --.7
140 14 108 7
19 2------
1 1-----

229,702 33,332 170,996 22,267


160, 693
30
20
283
87
299
717
1,472
3,727


95, 903
7
8
66
133
281
889
2,121
264


99, 842
46
369
3
6
39
866
692
------------


52, 917
27
286
2
4
83
839
913










50 REPORT DOMINICAN CUSTOMS RECEIVERSHIP


SCHEDULE NO. 1.-Imports into the Dominican Republic during the calendar
year 1930, showing values and countries of origin in comparison with those of
calendar year 1929-Continued


Article and country


Foodstuffs-Continued.
Meats-Continued.
Sausages-Continued.
Denmark-----
Switzerland -..-------------------------
French West Indies -- -------------
Belgium --------------------------
China _------------------ ----------------
Canary Islands------....------------

Total..--.----------------------------
Smoked-
United States .---------- -----.....
Porto Rico --- -------------------------
United Kingdom-England----
France ---
Germany ..-------------------------------
Italy ---------- -----------------
Spain --------------
etherlands --------------
Denmark ----------------------------
Canada -------------------------------
French West Indies----------------------
Total-------------
Substitutes of lard-
United States ------------------
United Kingdom-England----------
Germany ---------------------------------
Netherlands -------------------------------
Total -......------ ----------.-..

Tongues, heads, tails, and feet, United States .-
Fish-
Fresh or frozen, United States ------
Pickled-
United States --------
Spain-- ------
Canada ----------------------------------

Total---------------------------
Salted or dry-
United States -------------
United Kingdom-
England ----------------
Scotland -------------------------------
France------------------------------
Italy -------------------- --
Spain --------------------
Denmark ------------------
Canada------- ------------------
Dutch West Indies ------------.-
Virgin Islands ___-
British West Indies ----
French West Indies.- ----
Norway -----------------------------------
China ---------------------
Egypt -------------------- ------------.-
Miquelon, Langley and St. Pierre Islands -
Newfoundland and Labrador -------------
Alaska ---------------.-------------------

Total ......- --------.- ----
Smoked-
United States_ ----------------
United Kingdom-
England--------- -------
Scotland -----------------------------
Netherlands -----------
Denmark---------------------
Canada------------- ---------
Norway ------------------_-_-__----
Total--- -----------


Jan. 1 to Dec. 31, 1929 Jan. 1 to Dec. 31, 1930


Quantity



Kilos
1, 165
4
------------
1
1
4

168,503


Value




$1,180
3
-----------
1
2
4

100,862


Quantity Value


Kilos
890
2
----
.4

102, 758


$851
2
-----
- 5-----
4

55,92&


166, 900 108,834 97, 527 59, 742
------- ----- 90 74
111 74 ---------
15 19 4 3
105 71 27 31
105 97 4 1
907 1, 122 227 256
67 35 2 1
492 503 ---------
-- --- --------- 92 63
2 1 4 2'

168,704 110,756 97,977 60,172

13,031 3,954 15,635 4,323
1,020 233 1,020 228.
--------- 3,660 850
--- ---- 92, 306 19,702

14,051 4,187 112,621 25,103:

81,284 8,886 57, 202 5,424
2,041 443 1,370 240,

16, 054 2,189 5, 410 726
340 56----
57,149 6,877 34,013 3,804

73,543 9,122 39,423 4,630,

269, 563 44, 510 129, 221 18,602

52,842 8, 79 10,189 1, 558.
1,965 385 3,944 605
6,966 1,175 5,806 900.
--25 15
1,742 267 ----- --
8,128 1,277 ---- ------
1,759,160 271,201 1,546,849 208,861
212 13 70 2
10 1 -----
180 17 502 46
- ------ ----- --- 2 2
4.150 552 1,740 375
242 143 40 30
10 10 ------ ------
21, 768 3, 879 13,931 2, 430-
91 31
----- ,1,161 128

2,126,938 332,225 1,713,571 233,584

108,895 12,266 54,913 5,696
75 16
2,014 351 5,222 572
2,000 220
1,632 213 ------
878, 050 99,971 834,365 89,269
74, 430 7,293 4, 704 4,610

1, 065, 021 120,094 942,279 100, 283









REPORT DOMINICAN CUSTOMS RECEIVERSHIP


SCHEDULE No. 1.-Imports into the Dominican Republic during the calendar
year 1980, showing values and countries of origin in comparison with those of
calendar year 1929-Continued


Jan. 1 to Dec. 31, 1929 Jan. 1 to Dec. 31, 1930


Article and country


I-


Foodstuffs-Continued.
Grains, fruits, vegetables, and preparations of-
Beans, peas, and pulse, dried-
United States..----....-----....--
Porto Rico __------.______-------..
Cuba ....---------
France .. .......... ..-----------------
Italy ----------------.---------
Spain ----- ...... ..... ..-- - -- - - -
Netherlands ------ -
Canada ........ .... ........--------
Dutch West Indies -------. -
Mexico .--.. ..... .....----------
China...........----------------
Japan....... .......----------------------
Palestine and Syria -------------------
Chile _..--------
SEgyt----------------------------
Morocco ------------------------------
French Africa .----------------------.----
British India ------------..........
Turkey. --------------
Finland --------------------------------

Total... -------------

Bread, biscuit and crackers:
United States----------------------
Porto Rico --------------......
Cuba ..-------------- -
United Kingdom-
England--..........-----------------
Ireland .......... .......----------
France ...........---------------
Germany. .-----.------------
Italy ------------------
Spain __ . . . . .
Netherlands..---------------
Denmark.....----..--- ---
Canada--- -------..----
Dutch West Indies._- ---
Virgin Islands.-------.--------.. --.....
French West Indies ..----
Sweden ..... ..... ----
Palestine and Syria ..-----.-.- ----

Total .. ......------------------...

Onions and garlic-
United States.--- .-------.------------
United Kingdom-England --- ---------.
Germany ----------------------------------
Italy --------- ----- ..---------------
Spain . . . . . . . .
Netherlands ......----------.-----.......
Canada---......----------------------------..
French West Indies.--.---------------
Palestine and Syria ----------------------
Hungary ..........................
Hungary--------------------------------
Egypt ......................................
Chile ---------------------------------
Canary Islands -------------------------

Total-..--.------------ ---------.


Potatoes, fresh-
United States ..--------
Porto Rico --------- --
Canada -------------
Canary Islands ......------
French West Indies .----

Total---..--..--------


Quantity Value


$5, 783
------------
7
61
131
131
------ g---
8
11, 683
18
16
333
1,146
34
180
78
12


Kilos
30, 936
94
316
883
475

55
72,047
108
90
1,084
5, 718
123
1,002
454
44
- ----


Quantity Value


Kilos
28,564
8
7

2, 450
.....2.4
11
242
65
46, 382
28
450
1,272
846

-----------

5
98


$4,513
1
1

315

32
2
5,884
4
83
313
183



1
23


113,429 19,621 80,428 11,357


159,155 59,479 98, 978 33, 471
15,383 3,837 12 10
25,903 10,528 6,572 2,525

7,724 4,650 4,975 2,499
57 44 ...... -.....--
3,839 1,720 299 253
387 121 856 259
766 470 195 149
598 309 471 268
1,387 683 920 370
373 351 176 114
1,498 571 1,467 601
S2 1
------- ---. 8 1
3 2
---- ... 2 1
----------- ---- 11 17

217, 070 82,763 114,947 40,541


339,367 26,865 412,501 21,431
2,500 150 -----
4,000 300 -------
--- --------- 12, 885 627
218,746 34,514 233,337 41,098
40,077 2,500 2,500 90
8,159 559 2,038 106
----- ------------- 4 2
-- ---- 4,536 175
------- 8, 732 414
264,108 16,447 202,453 8,611
7,221 1,284 32,138 5,591
------- 5,060 73

884,178 82,619 916,184 78,218

749, 916 29, 531 540,073 18, 155
- -- -- 2 1
338,039 14, 308 167,896 6,327
8,000 98 -----
-- .-- 40 4
1,09,955 43, 17 08,01 24 48


----------------
----------------
----------------
----------------
----------------


43,9371 708,0111 24,487


------------ 1 1,095,955









52 REPORT DOMINICAN CUSTOMS RECEIVERSHIP


SCHEDULE No. 1.-Imports into the Dominican Republic during the calendar
year 1930, showing values and countries of origin in comparison with those of
calendar year 199--Continued


Article and country


Foodstuffs-Continued.
Grains, fruits, vegetables, and preparations of-
Continued.
Rice-
United States-----
Porto Rico--- -----------.
United Kingdom-England---------------
Germany--------------------
Italy--- -------- --
Spain --------- -----
Netherlands. -------------
Canada--- ---------------
British India---- ----_....
Hong Kong ....--- --------------..
China -- -------- ----_--
French Indo-China----....----- ------
Siam-- --- ---------.---------
British West Indies--- ----
Dutch East Indies.... -------------
French West Indies ----------------
Siam_--------- ------
British Guiana- ..----. -

Total------ -------------------

Stock food, United States --__- --------

Sugar, refined-
United States--------
Porto Rico--- -
United Kingdom-England--------------
Total --------------------------

Wheat flour-
United States -- -------- --------
United Kingdom-England----------
Germany.------------- ----------------
Canada ------ -----_-_-
British West Indies ----------
Sweden-----------------------------------
Palestine and Syria-------------------
French West Indies -----------------------

Total -- .-- -----

Vermicelli, macaroni, and pastes for soup:
United States----- --------
France--- ---------
Italy-- ----------
Spain-----------------
Netherlands---- ------
Chin-----------------
Japan-__ ____-------------------_

Total-..---------------- ---___.....

All other free of duty:
United States--- --------...----
Porto Rico .----- ---------------
Cuba --.______------ -----
United Kingdom--England--------
Spain----- --------
Haiti---- -------
Canada-------------------------
Argentina- ---. -------------
British West Indies-- -----
Palestine and Syria... -----------.-
Chile------------- -----------_..-

Total --------------- ---------

All other subject to duty-
United States--------- ---
Porto Rico --.------------------
Cuba ___------- ____ _----------__


Jan. 1 to Dec. 31, 1929


Quantity Value


Kilos
532, 398

54
27, 704
37, 880
60,268
1,446, 768
------------
7, 902, 115
1,107, 838
2, 532, 685
6,486,049
7,493, 178
7,262
156, 200


$39,340
4
1, 946
3,263
6, 641
114,907
545, 689
89. 919
191, 775
458, 894
650, 638
498
11, 773
- - - -


Jan. 1 to Dec. 31, 1930


Quantity




Kilos
364,873
112

112,408

52, 790
3, 561, 534
5,610
5,426, 845
1, 532, 038
709,228
3, 163, 678

148, 581
10
5,484, 751
1, 310,169


Value





$35, 790
8

6, 458

4, 686
227,812
425
346, 068
109, 998
47,385
201, 642

12, 239
2
444,775
84, 764


27,790,399 2,115,287 21,872,627 1,522,052
28,696 861 2,913 113

6,685 905 5,212 757
45 4 10 1
44 4 -

6,774 913 5,222 758

10,151, 958 715, 796 8,003,676 527, 564
7 3 6 2
---- ------- 3 1
473,030 29,932 148,993 8,257
- ------ ----------- 20 2
9 1 -
69 8
------- ---- --5 1

10, 625, 073 745,740 8,152,703 535, 827

272,625 32,312 204,005 25,314
330 48 19 3
8,204 1, 159 4,946 625
3,492 777 566 101
-1 1
273 67 84 19
27 7

284,951 34,370 209,621 26,063

623,604 70,049 247,052 31,441
567 108
----- 91 19
7 4.- --
1,616 140 67 25
8,138 2,384 4,022 655
627, 781 34, 027 413, 694' 21, 029
2,122 843 1,261 519
117 25 -
43 2 1 1
34 8 -

1,263,462 107,482 666,755 53,797


642, 232
11
3, 253


89,074
9
2 111


617, 125
82
205


79,323
5
115










REPORT DOMINICAN CUSTOMS RECEIVERSHIP


SCHEDULE NO. 1.-Imports into the Dominican Republic during the calendar
year 1930, showing values and countries of origin in comparison with those of
calendar year 1989-Continued


Jan. 1 to Dec. 31, 1929 Jan. 1 to Dec. 31, 1930
Article and country
Quantity Value Quantity Value


Foodstuffs-Continued.
Grains, fruits, vegetables, and preparations of-
Continued.
All other subject to duty-Continued.
United Kingdom-
England --- -------------
Ireland .------------------------------
France -------------------------------------
Germany -- --------------------
Italy _.. . . . . . . .
Spam ---------------------------------------
Spain ..
Netherlands -----------------------------
Denmark .--.------ --------------------.
Canada .----- --------------------------.
Dutch West Indies..--.....----------------
Switzerland .----------------------..-----
British West Indies .------------------
Belgium_..----------------
British India --------------
French West Indies ..--------------
China -------------
Palestine and Syria -------------- ------
Persia -----. ----------------------------
Greece -........--------------------------
Turkey ------------------------------------
Egypt ----- --------------
Ceylon ----------- -----------
Mexico ---------------------------------
Japan ----------.... --------------..----
Hejaz, Arabia, and Mesopotamia --------. -
French Africa ----------------------------
British South Africa... --------- ----
Argentina ---------------------------------
Austria -----------------------------------
Chile ___ --_-------------- -----
Philippine Islands --------------------
Total .- .. ......-------- ....-- -- ---

Liquors and beverages:
Malt liquors-
United States ----------
Porto Rico------ ---------------
Cuba.... -------------------------------
United Kingdom-
England ---- ---------------
Scotland--------------
France .-- -------------------------
Germany ------------------------------
Italy .---------- --------------
Spain ----------------------------------
Netherlands --------------------------
Denmark ....-----------------------
Haiti -------------------
Canada --------------------------------
Czechoslovakia......------------------
Austria ...---------------------------
Belgium._---------_ ----------.
Hungary__ ------------------- -.


Total------------------

Spirits, distilled-
United States -...----
Porto Rico ---------------------------
Cuba.... -----------------------
United Kingdom-
England _---------_--------
Scotland ....--------------------
Ireland --...---------------------
France .---------- -------------------
Germany -- -- ------
Italy_ ...---- --- ----
Spain _---------------------------------
Netherlands ---------------
Denmark _------------------------
Haiti --------------..........................
Canada-------------------------------


Kilos
8, 837
1
106, 518
997
174
24,689
4,271
1
1,324
770
1,360

2
279
--- -- -----
666
168
33
35
2, 282
379
243
8
40
1,090
171
907



800,-741
800, 741


$1,163
1
43,591
633
86
7,933
1,646
1
88
60
1,112

1
178
------------
410
98
14
8
655
90
351
2
16
299
8
216




149, 854


Kilos
17

77, 061
17, 800
129
12,392
4, 396
------
3

837
79
6
88
138
563
2,916
93
804
78
388
-------y--
27
370

-- ---
15
1
38
23

735, 674


$21
31, 571
6,002
70
4,118
1, 679
----------------------------- ------------i
1
------------------ ------------6i
640
20
5
123
34
291
849

26
165
17
519
34
131

3
2
22
8
125, 794


Liters Liters
10 2
2 1 -----.-----
119 32 49,134 19,910

391,883 81,486 199,088 38,855
149, 203 30, 548 74, 230 15,118
17 3 15 3
913, 359 179, 918 562, 749 105, 099
4,277 981 -
109,150 20, 513 9, 880 1,817
43, 221 7, 591 45,489 9,067
35,172 6,855 23,817 4,404
6,211 1,456 213 56
--- ------- 68 20
46,052 11,347 8,485 1,972
36 6 -- -- --
31 5--
50 26--

1, 698, 783 340,768 973,178 196,323


5
4
13, 625

15,245
5, 268
246
21,439
147
367
20, 996
31, 781
70


7
2
7,402

16, 587
6, 67
285
17, 936
98
374
23,719
8, 239
111


4

6,009
6,672
3, 870
-----------
9,726
196
143
17,273
20,475
59
4
1,281


3
6, 328

6,312
4,972

6, 057
116
201
11, 910
5, 853
103
3
1, 525










54 REPORT DOMINIOAN CUSTOMS RECEIVERSHIP


SCHEDULE NO. 1.-Imports into the Dominican Republic during the calendar
year 1930, showing values and countries of origin in comparison with those of
calendar year 1929-Continued


Article and country


Foodstuffs--Continued.
Grains, fruits, vegetables, and preparations of-
Continued.
Liquors and beverages-Continued.
Spirits, distilled-Continued.
Dutch West Indies ..-----------------
British West Indies..... -------
French West Indies -.---------------
Belgium ...---------------...-----
Canary Islands ----------.. ......
Mexico -----------------------
Palestine and Syria ------
Venezuela ----------- -----------

Total ......-----------

Wines-
United States..---...--..-......
Cuba__ --------
United Kingdom-England--....--
France-- -----------------
Germany ..............--------------
Italy ..................----------------...
Spain ------------------
Netherlands --------------
Dutch West Indies-...-.......
Virgin Islands -------. ........--.
British West Indies .-----------
Portugal ...----- ............---------
French West Indies .---------.
Austria ------...........-----------
Canary Islands..--------------------
Australia .... ..............---------

Total _.. ......... ..------------

All other-
United States--- -.................---
Porto Rico__..--------------- --
Cuba -----........................-----------
United Kingdom-England--_...------
France ----------------..------
Germany....--------------
Italy .... ......--------------
Spain---------------------------
Netherlands ------------------------
Canada ..---------------- ------------
Dutch West Indies ---.---
British West Indies -.....---
Belgium ----------------------
Venezuela .......-.---.--
China-- -------------

Total ------- -------

Oils for table use-
United States -_ ---------
Cuba --. ....--------------
United Kingdom-
England --.....-------------
Scotland ----------------- --------
France .... ..- -.....--------------
Germany.------------ ----------
ermItaly.................... .........
Italy-------------------------
Spain------ -----------.....
Netherlands .......------------
Denmark ----.....................-----------
Canada .--- ------
Sweden-----------------------------
Palestine and Syria...--------- .------
Turkey -------------------
China -. ------............- -----...
Japan -- _____------------------
Peru-----------.. ------------------

Total -----------...........................----


Jan. 1 to Dec. 31, 1929 Jan. 1 to Dec. 31, 1930


Quantity V alue Quantity Value


Liters
44
1
4
1
27
- - - -


______________________ *-I- - - -


109,270 81,486


2
82
57,120
3,502
40, 177
174,074
299
21

596
203
27
3,325
63


3

87
36, 359
1,689
16, 570
50, 402

209
11
425
120
22
1,923
52


Liters
9

12

1
37
5


65, 776


497
900
23, 032
1, 390
20, 128
76, 368
73
65
-.------- ---
2

297
- - - -
- - - - -


$8

-------12

1
8
4


43,416


94
356
18,754
1,069
7,888
18,223
53
45

1

179
-- -- - -- -
- - - - - -


279, 491 107, 872 122, 752 46,662


88,752 24,014 69,871 18,784
-- 238 50
423 96 903 219
2,945 1,246 1,040 339
41,432 7, 464 24,158 2, 353
15,951 6,616 5,964 2,302
126 22 106 16
17, 561 7,073 8,807 2,894
212 96 39 10
86 59 -...- ---......
24 3
29 67 50 93
750 116 -----
29 64 -- -- ..
----------.... 3 1

168,296 46,933 111,203 27,064

Kilos Kilos
913,802 189,742 483,952 93,638
------ ....- 3,200 505

725, 768 127, 330 681,037 111, 096
-- 3,200 473
17 873 9,068 12,012 5,517
1,613 299 131 38
9, 730 4, 408 5,137 2,123
180, 091 70,000 237,435 60,472
99, 181 20,327 219,198 36,516
1,456 267 28,028 4,876
1 1
12,643 2, 550 2,172 440
151 42 351 75
23 14------------------
2 1 ...............
4 1 ...............
10,612 1,655 ---------

1,972,949 425,704 1,675,854 315,770










REPORT DOMINICAN CUSTOMS RECEIVERSHIP


SCHEDULE No. 1.-Imports into the Dominican Republic during the calendar
year 1980, showing values and countries of origin in comparison with those of
calendar year 1929-Continued


Jan. 1 to Dec. 31, 1929 Jan. 1 to Dec. 31, 1930

Article and country
Quantity Value Quantity Value


Foodstuffs -Continued.
Grains, fruits, vegetables, and preparations of-
Continued.
Spices-
United States -----------------------
Porto Rico-... -----
United Kingdom-England ..-----------.
France--------..---------------------------
Germany -..------------- ---------
Italy .------------------------------ --
Spain ....------- ---------------
Netherlands --------------- ---
Denmark --------------------------------
Canada ------------ ---------------
Dutch West Indies ..--------- ---------
Switzerland...------.... ----------------
Virgin Islands -------------.__.....
British West Indies ------ -------
British India ...-- --------- -------
Bong Kong...---------.. -- ------------
Argentina ------------------------------
China.---------..... -------- ------------
Palestine and Syria----------- ---- ----
Dutch East Indies ---.--------------
Morocco .
Morocco---------------------------------
Egypt ------ ----------
British East Africa -..-----------------
Straits Settlements-...--------------- -
Ceylon.-------- ------- ---------
Malta, Gozo, and Cyprus Islands..
Madagascar ----.----.-----------------
French Indo-China -- --.-------------
Japan ..-----------------------------
Latvia_---------- -----------------
Greece..--.---------------------------
Turkey .- --------------- ------------


Kilos
44,418
39
1,277
536
92
37
34, 560
----------
4
17
295
---------
.206
16,710
10,177
11, 010
28
54,697
46
15,493
200
5
4, 668
6,478
1,621
60
336
102
42
458
23


$20, 885
18
309
477
32
56
9,407

9
4
175

126
9,015
6,375
5,442
6
11,435
28
9,561
82
2
3,388
5,024
263
41
272
84
83
442
7


Total..-----.------------------- 203,635 83,047


Miscellaneous foodstuffs-
Butter-
United States _.-- -.. --------------- -.
Porto Rico --------------------------
Cuba ..-------------------
United Kingdom-England--------
France ...--- .- ------------------- -
Italy ----------------------------------
Netherlands ---------------- --------
Denmark-..---------- .....------------
Canada .--- ------------ -------------
British West Indies... ----------------
Russia ..------------ --------
Latvia -------------------------------
Palestine and Syria ---- --- --- ------
Lithuania ----.--------.--------------
French West Indies ----------------- -----
Finland ...--.----------... .------

Total _...... -- ------. ------

Canned or preserved goods-
Fish-
United States .------ --------
Porto Rico .-------------
Cuba n.... ----------------- --
United Kingdom-England ------ ---
France---.... -------------------------
Germany.---..---------------------
Italy.----------..-----------------
Spain --------------------------------
Netherlands .-----------------------
Canada ..--.--------------------------
Mexico --.-..----------
Norway ...------------------------
China ----------.. --------------
Russia -----------------------
Egypt ----------------------------
Alaska .-------------------------- ---.


53, 651

1, 169
-------"--
8
46
4,057
42,885
5,785
23, 524
15,902
58
959


148,044


43,994
677
----------
8
52
1,687
47, 681
5,202

22, 534
17, 703
107
1, 050


140, 695


Kilos
30,072
13
49
76
59

33, 413
10
11
329

2
----------
17, 415
2,931
824
20
42,884
36
16,020
12

4, 697
807
556
333
--------33
:::II::
.. -


$16, 597
4
29
100
19
7,057
2
21
102

2
-----------
6,470
1, 228
623
6
5,825
17
7,110
6
------------
2, 656
399
202
----------
208



---------
10-


150, 689 48, 692


34,941
268
14,748
122
14
1
8
32,390
4, 525
1
8,261
682
87
---------Y
1
1,446

97, 495


_ I-'--- -1 --- =1- ==


144, 535

324
1,683
1,469
2, 017
54, 247
1
70,467
2
19,948
174
3
3
136


32, 282
------- 3----
1
216
1, 434
461
1, 572
16, 893
1
14,084
3
4,693
72
16
4
33


29,567
287
11,930
105
13
4
7
35, 228
4,019
1
8,201
619
35
2
1,380

91,398


70, 530 1, 611
1,316 171
255 9
1,074 918
82 66
355 321
20,421 5,051
1,315 307
41,067 8,181
461 136
56 18
6 40
- -.. . . . . .









00 REPORT DOMINICAN CUSTOMS RECEIVERSHIP


SCHEDULE NO. 1.-Imports into the Dominican Republic during the calendar
year 1980, showing values and countries of origin in comparison with those of
calendar year 1929-Continued


Article and country


Foodstuffs-Continued.
Miscellaneous foodstuffs-Continued.
Canned or preserved goods-Continued.
Fish-Continued.
Japans ------------.._._-__
French West Indies-....... ....----
Turkey.------------

Total -------------

Fruits-
United States--- .-----------.-.
Porto Rico .. ----------
Cuba ---.... ----- ...---------
United Kingdom-England...........
France......-----------------____ .. _
Germany--------.----.................
Italy----- ------------- ------.
Spain.-----------------------.----------
Netherlands ------------------.---------
Denmark---------------.......
Canada-----------------........
Virgin Islands .........----
China --- ---------
Palestine and Syria -------------
Lithuania ....._----......
Egypt -----.-------.-.
French West Indies-------------

Total ------- ------
Meats-
United States------------- --
Porto Rico----- -----.....
Cuba ----------------
United Kingdom-England........
France------------------------....-..
Germany---- -----
Italy ------ -------------.....
Spai- ---n.. ----
Netherlands---
Denmark----
Canada ----------------
Dutch West Indies ---------
Switzerland----------------------
Mexico ----------------
Argentina --------------......
China.--.- --- ---
Norway-- -------
Russia----------------------
Paraguay---------------------.....--

Total--------------------------

Vegetables-
United States--- -----
Porto Rico ----- -
Cuba------------------------ --.......
United Kingdom-England ---.-----. .
France---------------------- _
Germany ..--- -----------
Italy---- -------------.- --
Spain .----- -----------.-----
Netherlands---- -------___
Denmark....--___ ___..................
Canada--------------------------------
Belgium------ _____ __
China -----------------------
Palestine and Syria--------------------
Japan------------------- --- -- _____
Egypt-------------------

Total--------------.-.......


Jan. 1 to Dec. 31, 192


Quantity


Value


Jan. 1 to Dec. 31, 1930


Quantity




Kilos


Value


295,026 $71,782 136,938 $30,879

62, 019 16, 614 36, 595 8,912
10 5 22 4
5,621 1,004 223 30
712 182 849 186
256 119 23 16
41 9 2 2
1,232 475 506 160
445 198 405 132
206 65 51 11
44 22 ..-. .........
---. ............ 16 4
.-.-.------ ------ 14 4
114 30 28 8
117 47 20 6
5 2 ........ .........
9 3 -------------------...--
3 1

70,831 18,775 38,757 9,466

72,160 23,955 47,429 17,780
17 1, 894 689
78 60 63 49
189 118 159 133
867 1,118 390 664
303 326 377 290
823 856 418 406
883 1,033 1,018 1,028
170 122 210 146
941 1,145 374 385
------ 9 7
3 2
............------ ---.... 3 2
5 7 4 5
8 5 -----------
15, 633 5,407 6, 813 2,577
44 12 4 3
4,465 1,077 ......... ...--
13 9 ..-----
.---........---- 220 34

96,589 35,255 59,385 24,197

133, 713 30, 637 47, 506 11,403
----- ----- 6 5
188 48 ----- -..
50 14 2 2
6, 630 2, 364 2, 204 816
320 75 274 71
46,891 11,329 88,628 18,004
64,307 12,031 24,723 4,888
6 2 22 4
29 10 .. -------
.. ----- ----------- 7 1
8, 365 2,030 8, 249 1, 895
760 181 679 121
63 30 2 1
121 27 -----
5 1 ----.. -

261, 448 58, 779 172, 302 37, 210


-- .-









REPORT DOMINICAN CUSTOMS RECEIVERSHIP 57


SCHEDULJE No. 1.-Imports into the Dominican Republic during the calendar
year 1930, showing values and countries of origin in comparison with those of
calendar year 1929-Continued

Jan. 1 to Dec. 31,1929 Jan. 1 to Dec. 31, 1930
Article and country
Quantity Value Quantity Value


Foodstuffs-Continued.
Miscellaneous foodstuffs-Continued.
Cheese- KiloS Kilos
United States.------------------- 10,606 $7,772 9,456 $6,427
Porto Rico-----......--------------- ...4 2 44 25
France ---- ------------------ 225 242 364 462
Germany ---------- ------------- 19 27 76 68
Italy -------------------------------- 2, 549 2, 394 3, 260 2,707
Spain..........------------------..................------------------ 18 20 9 5
Netherlands--------------------------- 66, 562 34, 358 24, 263 11,146
Denmark.........--- -----------------.. 41 53 --- -
Canada---------- ------------------ 377 325 73 34
Switzerland.. ..---.----------------. 650 664 1, 263 1, 269
Virgin Islands -- -------- 2 1 ...---
Palestine and Syria ........---..--------- 83 57 46 27
Egypt ....--------.---------------.---. 6 3
Greece.... ------- --------... ------..- 10 15 6 9
Norway.... .....--------------------- .. 30 32 1 1
Turkey ------ --------------7 9 ------
Total...-----.. ...---------------. 81,189 45, 974 38, 861 22, 169

Confectionery-
United States..---------------------- 303, 437 125,139 143, 484 67, 537
Porto Rico -------------- 36 17 63 21
Cuba .......------------------ ----- 18,874 7,877 9,863 3,779
United Kingdom-
England...-----.... .------------- 10,416 5,140 2,194 1,083
Ireland ----------- 5 3 .-------.-- --
France... ..... ........--------------- 5, 452 3,929 3,195 2,180
Germany -------------------------- 1,568 659 1,980 674
Italy...........................------------------------------- 4, 091 3, 915 3,092 2,417
Spain.... ----------------------. .. 9,464 7,956 4,343 2,789
Netherlands...............-----------. 10, 567 3,437 1,070 567
Denmark------------------------------------------- 1 1
Canada ...----- ....---------------- 224 207 630 570
Dutch West Indies--------- --- ---------6 3
Switzerland ...-- .....------------- 859 727 305 259
Virgin Islands .....---- ---------- 1 2 4
British West Indies..---- --------- 4 1 ..4 1 -
Belgium ... ------------ 5 9 9 13
China.... .------------------65 29 5 2
Palestime and Syria .--. ------- ------- 157 114 541 205
Mexico....--------- -------------- --.--- ----- 2 1
Austria .. ...- -------------- 175 102 -----
Turkey....... .....--- -------------- 76 35 111 78
British India .......-- -----------. 29 18 .. -----
Japan........-------- ---------------- 1,118 599 .....- -...........
Hejaz, Arabia, and Mesopotamia------. 37 15 --- --------
Lithuania -----------2 1 14 4
Greece---.----------------- 2 3 25 9
Chile --------------------. ------- 3 1
Sweden------- ---------------------- 1 1 ------
Argentina .........----------------- ----------- 4 6
Venezuela ....--------------..---.. ------------ 1
French Africa ------------ ------------ ------------ 2 1
Colombia.. ..........--.............------------------------------------------------- 1 1


Total-..........----.--------------
Condensed, malted, and fresh milk-
United States---------------
Porto Rico ....-------------
United Kingdom-England -----------
Netherlands -----------------------
Denmark.... -- ..----........---....
Canada-----------------------------
Switzerland--------------------------
Norway ....---------------------------
Palestine and Syria ----------.... -
Dutch East Indies ........--------
Turkey......_......... .....----------


366,668 159, 93 170, 944 82,206

193,502 52,224 127,500 34,349
1 1 2 1
1, 167 297 2, 176 678
33, 049 6,875 7,823 1,601
136, 569 30,121 63,024 11,993
14,678 2,892 29,607 7, 56
36, 936 10, 429 21,143 6, 248
553 315 560 337
39 14 8 7
16 8 -----
------ ------ 8 6


S... .416,610 103,176 241,851 62,676


Total..........--------









0I REPORT DOMINICAN CUSTOMS RECEIVERSHIP


SCHEDULE No. 1.-Imports into the Dominican Republic during the calendar
year 1930, showing values and countries of origin in comparison with those of
calendar year 1929-Continued


Jan. 1 to Dec. 31, 1929 Jan. 1 to Dec. 31, 1930
Article and country
Quantity Value Quantity Value


Foodstuffs-Continued.
Miscellaneous foodstuffs-Continued.
Cheese-Continued.
Preparations based on milk or cereals- Kilos
United States--.---- ---------5,288
Porto Rico--------------------........
United Kingdom-England -......-- 15
France.----------------------------- 1,889
Germany--- --------. ---- ......-..
Spain ----------- ------------ 12,110
Denmark-.....---- __
Switzerland ------------------ -- -3, 026

Total ------------------.---------.. 22,329

Oleomargarine and butter substitutes-
United States------------------ 7,768
Germany ---------------------------- 357
Netherlands------ --------- 64,711
Denmark ------- ---- ---------- 166
Dutch West Indies-------------------- 2

Total------------------------------- 73,004

Olives-
United States--------- -------- 20,044
Porto Rico-------------------- 23
United Kingdom-England------------- 235
France .----- ------------------- 59
Italy ----------------------- -------- 108
Spain ----------------------------- 42,810
Palestine and Syria---- ----------- 2,120
Greece --------------------- 2,309
Sweden -------- ----- ---------- 22
China--------------------------------- 8
Hejaz, Arabia, and Mesopotamia...--- 122
Turkey -------- --------------------- 34

Total-------------------------------- 67,894
Pickles and sauces-
United States---------- ------- 12,513
Porto Rico--------- ------------- 4
Cuba..------------------------------- 6
United Kingdom-England.----------. 11,256
France __--------------- .-- ----- 336
Germany------------------------------ 14
Italy ...------- --------------- _---. 114
Spain -------------------- 47,681
Netherlands---------------------- ----- 2
Canada ------------ --.-----.. ..... ...
Dutch West Indies -------- -. ..--
Switzerland --------------..... -
China -----------------------------.- 1,039
Japan ------------------------------ 67
Palestine and Syria-- -------..-- 14

Total...._.-----------_ ------- 72,946
All other-
United States -..---- -. --........
Porto Rico ....----.--
Cuba --.g-----------.--.----- -----
United Kingdom-
England -..-- --------- -..--...
Ireland -........----------- ---
France -------- ------------_- -.. .......-.
Germany W.. ..............----- ... .......
I t a l y -- -- ------ - - - - - - - - --- -
Spain .-.----------.---------- -__.____ .-----.
Netherlands ------------------- .- ..
Canada..--------. ---.-... . ........

Switzerland -----------...------ ............
Virgin Islands ------------------- ---
China --------- -.--_._..--___-...._....
Palestine and Syria .-----------.-----.I-..-.-.....


$3,660
3
9
741
------------
9, 154

1, 832


Kilos
4,485
1

1,564
1
12,446
6
977


$2,894
1
639
4
7,951
2
585


15,399 19,480 12,076

2,451 373 150
132 109 38
17,888 33, 767 9,081
167 ...----
1
1 ------------ -.---.....

20,639 34,249 9,269

4,597 11,889 3,473
2 41 4
163 .......
36 14 9
54 167 58
5,436 19,619 1,684
657 1,274 316
887 2,553 905
4--- -----------
2 23 5
58 -.... ..........
16 ---- .....

11,912 35,580 6,454

3,864 8,853 2,791
2 ---------- ----------A-,
3 ---- -----
3,204 2, 218 1, 804
139 120 69
7 14 9
37 52 38
5,116 5,688 560
2 4 1
-. --- 2 1
1 1
1 1
156 891 119
11 ----------
10 .. .. ..

12, 551 40,844 5,394


12,39 ..........---------
149 _----.
84 ------
520 ----
2 ---------
1,416 ------
1,100 -.-----
1,396 ------
12,428 ----------
51----------
S.........--------

7 ----------
147 ....--
228 ---..--


6,738
4
4

47
- ---- --
542
251
287
4,403
1
7
3

3
413


-










REPORT DOMINICAN CUSTOMS RECEIVERSHIP


SCHEDULE No. 1.-Imports into the Dominican Republic during the calendar
year 1930, showing values and countries of origin in comparison with those of
calendar year 1989-Continued


Jan. 1 to Dec. 31, 1929 Jan. 1 to Dec. 31, 1930
Article and country
Quantity Value Quantity Value


Foodstuffs-Continued.
Miscellaneous foodstuffs-Continued.
Cheese-Continued.
All other-Continued.
Brazil....------------------------
French West Indies ------------------
Turkey ---------------------------
British West Indies ---------------
Hejaz, Arabia, and Mesopotamia -..--
Egypt_.-------. ---------.
Belgium...-----------------------

Total ---..............--------------------

Glass and glassware:
Manufactures free of duty-
United States ...---------------- .------
United Kingdom-England _..---------------
France ...-------- -------------------
Germany .-------. --------------------

Total..--- ...-- .. ------- ------

Manufactures subject to duty-
United States .--------------------------
Porto Rico ------------------------------
Cuba ..----------------------- ------
United Kingdom-
England --------------------------------
Scotland...----------.---------------
France ------ -------- ----------------
Germany-___ .--------------.------------
Italy..._ ----------------------------
Spain -------------------------------
Netherlands --------------------------
Denmark ---- ------------------
Haiti ....----------------------------
Canada.... .------------------------------
Dutch West Indies...--.---------------------
Switzerland --------------------------
Virgin Islands..--....------ -------------
British West Indies --------------------
Belgium -----------------------------
Japan..__-...--- -------------- -
Czechoslovakia..----------------------
Austria ..-------- -------------------
Palestine and Syria ...----------.. ----------
Latvia....------------------------------
Venezuela----....----------------------
Hungary-- -----------------------------

Total. ..----- -..-------------------

Gold, silver, platinum, and manufactures of:
Manufactures subject to duty-
United States.....---------------------- --
Porto Rico-----.. ----.. -------------------
Cuba........--------...--.. ----------------
United Kingdom-England----......----------
France- ..--------------------------
Germany .--------------..------.--------
Italy -------.........------- -----------
Spain .------------------------.---------
Netherlands....--------------------------
Canada ---..-- -------------------.
Switzerland .----.-- ----.------------
Virgin Islands ..- ...---------------------
Venezuela ----------------------------
Mexico---..... ----------------------
China --- --------------------------
Austria ------- -----
Hong Kong-...--..--------. --------------
Norway -------------------..- - -
Chile--..........-- -------..----------

Total---....---..--...----------------------


Kilos



------------


$20
3
7
3
20
1


29, 989


KilIos
------------
-- - -
------------
-- - -
-- - -
------------
-- - ---

-----------


$42

6



1

12, 754


5, 362 ..------- -- 7,260
-- ---- --- 136
S 66 --------- 13
------ 190 ........--- ---- 14

------------ 5,618 -- ------- 7,423


S 86,409 ..---------- 78,203
--- 485 ------------ 133
---- 300 ----------- 914

- 146 ----------- 80
--. - 8 ----- 27
3,052 -....---------- 1,629
55,333 ------------ 19,376
628 .---------- 51
142 ....-----. 400
541 ----- ----- 336
.... 6 61
6 ------------ 61
1
-- 7 .-------- 14
2 ------------ 1
145 ..--------- 79
94 ....----. ...........
15 ..---------- 2
- 7,422 .---------- 5,101
S 517 -......... 95
S 13,572 -...-.. 4,934
381 -........... 10
...--------- 10 --....-- 6
113 ..----...... 10
... .. .. ..8 .... .... .... .. .. ..
-------- 8 ---------- ------------
------------.-.----------.-.----------

-- 169,336 .------ 111,464


----- 13,121 ----. 5,432
5..-- 63 .-----. 257
-.. 60 ..--..... 36
------ 53 ........--- 63
S 218 ..---- 513
2,286 ------------ 2,899
17,670 ------ 5,824
--- 231 -- -- 337
-25 -....----- 50
-- 12 -........ 48
S 203 -----. 826
5---- 5 -------
13 -
20 -- ----------
9 --
39 ----------- ----
-------------------------- 6
----- ----- 20
..------- ---------- 15

----- 34,528 ------ 16,325










6U REPORT DOMINICAN CUSTOMS RECEIVERSHIP


SCHEDULE No. 1.-Imports into the Dominican Republic during the calendar
year 1930, showing values and countries of origin in comparison with those of
calendar year 1929-Continued


Jan. 1 to Dec. 31, 1929 Jan. 1 to Dec. 31, 1930
Article and country

Quantity Value Quantity Value


Hats and caps:
United States -.--- -----------_-.........
Porto Rico --------... ..-................_____
Cuba --.... . . . .
United Kingdom-England -----------------......
France-
GFrance ....-------------- --...... .__ -.....___.
Germany -- ..__ _. .... ____.- ___
Italy -----in-----...-.......---- ........
Spain ------------------ ---------------.. -. ---------
Netherlands ----..- -------- ----------
Canada --.
Dutch West Indies ------ - - -
Switzerland. -----------------..------.-----
Virgin Islands--------_. --____..__ -
British West Indies-.---.-------------. .._
Belgium ....--- -- ------------...----. --
Mexico.-. -.
China-- -- .... ._&:. .
Austria --------------------.-.-.. -. ......
Palestine and Syria-....--- ....- ------_-___
French West Indies....----..- ----
Norway-.---. - -----------...- -_
Japan --- ----.....-...- --....-
Ecuador- -... .
Czechoslovakia--------------------------- ....-

Total-------------------- __-- -

Hides and skins and manufactures of:
Tanned hides and skins, curried, dyed, or dressed-
United States-----------------------------
Porto Rico..
Cuba.. .- - -- : :
United Kingdom-England--- --------
Germany..... ... ... ..............


Total---------------- --------------
Netherlands -- --.. . . . . .

Total.... . . . . .

Boots, shoes, and slippers:
United States .---- -------------------
Porto Rico--- .
Cuba ... -----. . . .
United Kingdom-England..---------------
France . .. .
Germany ..---__- -- -- --
Italy --------- ------ -- -----------
Spain -------------- -----------..
Netherlands ... .__.. ___
Denmark-.------.-_.-.... .-------- -
Haiti- -.. . . .
C a n a d a . _. __._ _ _ .
Dutch West Indies . . .
Switzerland ---. .---
Virgin Islands- ...----.---_-_.-___
Belgium--- -. ...- ..
Mexico--
Japan --------------- ---------- -------------.:
Czechoslovakia -----.----.------_ .-
Austria--- ..
Palestine and Syria ---- :----: --
British West Indies ..... -........ _-----------
Argentina--..- ________ _______ ___------
Norway---- ... - - - -- -
China- F..
Venezuela---...
British East Africa--.... ---------
Panama ---. .

Total ..... .... ..


Kilos
------------
------------
------------
------------
------------
------------
------------
------------
------------
------------
------------
------------
------------
------------
------------
------------
------------
------------
------------
------------
------------
------------


$43, 731
209
5,821
370
1, 339
5,792
88, 892
86
21
5
132
107
10
11
-------3---
3
167
1
2
2
298
16

-147,--015
147,015


Kilo

- - - - - -
- - - - - -
- - - - - -








- - - - -
. ... .. --


$31,413
167
482
29
870
333
70, 923
33


16
18
1
20
181
58
32
1
----------
7

413
42

105,040


50,514 162,583 31,022 97,454
3 14
107 153 -
123 269 1 7
884 3,427 962 3,877
101 569 ............--.......

51,732 167,015 31,985 101,338

Pairs Pairs
227, 562 348, 172 109, 158 163,474
1,578 1,034 504 414
759 2, 135 1, 772 2, 832
150 355 57 199
2,336 1,117 1,638 482
3,694 2, 470 1, 517 812
19 48 24 34
234, 030 64,840 446, 409 73, 56
108 386 -................
4 19 4 6
2 1
6 10 15 23
9 22 8 15
-------- 6 6
5 8 1 2
388 144 1,201 349
------ 1 4
5,025 562 2,668 302
580 2, 384 10 20
37 182 -... .......
3 10 ........
7 12
1 1...........
1 2 ..................
1 2
63 10 5 5
4 20
4 20 ------.............
----.....-....._ 16 5
--...1 2

476,371 423, 944 565, 015 242, 542










REPORT DOMINICAN CUSTOMS RECEIVERSHIP


SCHEDULE NO. 1.-Imports into the Dominican Republic during the calendar
year 1930, showing values and countries of origin in comparison with those of
calendar year 199--Continued


Jan. 1 to Dec. 31, 1929 Jan. 1 to Dec. 31, 1930


Article and country


Hides and skins and manufactures of-Continued.
All other free of duty-
United States ---............------------------
United Kingdom-Scotland--..............----
France---.............-------- -------------
Germany..............---------- ------------
Belgium -----------...........------------------------
Colombia-.........--------- --------------
British West India......--------.... -------

Total......---- -----------------------

All other subject to duty-
United States--...---......---. -------.--------
Porto hico ..........................---------
Cuba- .........-----------------------.-.....
United Kingdom-
England...........--------------- --------
Scotland.....--- ------------------------
France---............--------------------------
German--.......---------.-------------------
Italy-...................-----------------------------
Spain --.----............................-------------------------
Netherlands --------------------------
Denmark---..................--------------
Canada----------.............-------..------------
Dutch West Indies ..-------- ...------------
Switzerland--......... --.---------------
British West Indies.....---------................
Belgium-----------..............----------..........--------.....
Mexico ......------------------------------
Japan--..--..........-.--------------------
Austria ----------...............................--------------------
Norway ........---....-- ..-------------------
Venezuela--------.........................--------------------
Morocco--.----------... -----------------
Canary Islands ---------------..-..------.
Czechoslovakia-........ ................----
Chile ---............-------------------
Argentina -..........------------
Panama ---.-----------------------------

Total .........-------........ -----------

Iron and steel, and manufactures of:
Cast iron-
Bars, beams, plates, columns, gratings, and
grates for furnaces-
United States-................--------..---
United Kingdom-Scotland--............--
Germany ...-----------............---....---------

Total--- ----.............-...............

Baths, urinals, and water closets:
United States.--..-.----------
Porto Rico___ ---------------------
Cuba------............--- ----------
France .....---------...------...........---------
Germany.--------- ---------------
Hungary ---........................

Total -..........--------------------

Kitchen utensils and other articles:
United States.......---------------
Cuba ---......-.. ------- -------. .
United Kingdom-England...--------
France ---------------------------
Germany __---- ----------------
Spain ----.-- ------------
Netherlands--. ----------------------
Belgium .............------------------------

Total----........-- ....---------.. -----


Quantity Value


Pairs
------------
- - - - - - -_ _
-----------
- - - - -
-----------
------------
------.-----


$20,166
2
-........-..
90
752
30
------------


Quantity Value


Pairs
...-... -...
-- -- -- -
..-.-.---...
.-.-..-.....
. . . . -
............
. .-......


21,040 ----........------


130,221
261
265

2,762

1, 748
4,636
2, 497
362
35
4
9,002
1
59
36
257


212
1
15
38
12





152,414


$8,709

618
314

-----------------------------------------i
15

9,656


80, 973
224
903

1,884
6
887
2,722
353
509
85

1,769
3
53
1
10
33
314





9
20
1

90,760


Kilos Kilos
3,677 306 ...... .-.......-..
---- 72 10
90,022 3,017 .. ----------

93,699 3,323 72 10


206, 317 48,464 87, 805 16, 94
9 5------------
75 12 30 12
727 238 --
3,381 529
398 90 558 125

207, 26 48, 809 91,774 17, 611


29,728 5,770 6,181 1,566
6,498 674 188 26
4,580 511 31,343 2,839
2,035 948 110 82
2,702 156 5 10
31 85
29,161 2,528 25,495 2,148
135, 71 13,368 240,080 20,117

210, 306 24, 040 303, 402 26, 788


i------i------l------


------.-----
-----------
.-.... ... .

----.------
------------
------------
- - - - -
- - - - -
...-.-......
- -----------
------------
------------
------------
-----------
- - -. - -
--.--------
-- - - -
-- -- - - --
- - - - -
-- -- -


------------









02 REPORT DOMINICAN CUSTOMS RECEIVERSHIP


SCHEDULE NO. 1.-Imports into the Dominican Republic during the calendar
year 1930, showing values and countries of origin in comparison with those of
calendar year 1929-Continued


Jan. 1 to Dec. 31, 1929 Jan. 1 to Dec. 31, 1930
Article and country I


Iron and steel, and manufactures of-Continued.
Cast iron-Continued.
Pipes and fittings-
United States--..........................
Porto Rico-------........... ----
Cuba--................................-..
France..-------------- -------..........
Germany------------------_..-__-..
Canada ....--- -.. __................_.....
Belgium -------------- ........_.._____
Total .... ...... ....-------------
All other-
United States---...........................
Germany..--...... .---- ..........__.._
Total -----------------------------------
Wrought iron, steel, and malleable cast iron-
Bars, beams, rods, plates, and sheets-
Galvanized sheets-
United States .--- --................
Porto Rico----------....--..._--.
United Kingdom-England-....--_..
Germany ----.-...--..... ..---........
Belgium--- -....- ........-----
Total--..............................
All other-
United States---..----.--- ....
United Kingdom-
England----........_...........
Scotland---- ...- --------.-
France-.. -------------------
Germany ..... ....- -...... _..
Netherlands --.....................
Haiti ----------------------------..-._
Belgium ---...-.- ..---------- -...
Total ........._..___------------.
Cutlery-
Shoemakers', butcher, and kitchen knives-
United States.....-----......-...--
Porto Rico ....__-__- __-_-_-_.__.._..
Cuba ---............-----------------.
France -----........ ..-----------------
Germany- .....-.....-.....--.
Spain..............
Denmark ............................
Austria ---............----------..----
Belgium ----------------------. -------
Total .................. --
All other-
United States ..........--------
Porto Rico --................. ._
Cuba ---- ----------....-.
United Kingdom-
England ....................
Scotland--- ------
France -------------- --
Germany---- ..........
Italy ------------------------
Spain ---- -------......... .....
Netherlands ----------...........
Denmark ............................
Haiti--..........................---..-----------
Canada -----......-- ------
Dutch West Indies--. -----...
Switzerland.---- ------ ----.
Virgin Islands ---.--.-.- ---------.
Belgium -------------...-----...-
Sweden ---- -----------...
Czechoslovakia .---------------
Austria.-----------. -.-.-.-.......--..
Hong Kong .--.- .. ------------ -..

Total-..----------..----------


Quantity




Kilos
553, 664
543
149
53, 625
1, 564
100,135
709, 570


Value


$34,113
98
8
8,494
279
7,625
50, 617


Quantity Value


Kilos
132, 676


3, 410


$9, 619


304


136, 086 9,923


........... 695 ........... 62
.---------- 20 .. .. --.
----------- 715 ----------- 52



348, 381 32,045 1,162,765 9, 295
------- 1,238 100
2,130, 228 177,034 2,001,916 133, 644
---- 67 1,843 160
2,050 67 61,344 3,792
2,480, 659 209,146 3,229,096 232, 981

818, 609 55,742 404,824 26, 091

140,587 12,037 83,337 4,766
2,783 122 1,944 78
221,223 7,642 292,210 8,598
710, 642 25,006 166, 978 5, 93
40 2 13,900 405
1,516 240
258, 978 8,885 159, 786 6,118
2,154,378 109,676 1,122,978 50, 649


-.8,251 ............ 3,948
11 ......... ........
--- --- - 103 -
6..-- 68 -.......... 961
----- 8,898 ......-- 5,992
---- 306 ----- 86
--------- 2----------.---------
--------- 21 ------
----....- 213 ...... .... ........8

18,163 ..........- 10,986

--- 14,337------------ 8,489
--.-.---- 123 ............ 11
....- 14 1............

---......... 332 ............ 386
------------ 27 --- --- --------
---- 2,433 ------------ 1,062
-. -- 21,652 -. ----. 11, 08
--.5--22 ............ 116
-.-.- 182 ........... 467
-- --- 61-- --- 39
.7.. 731 ........... 3
-----....... 2 .. .-.......



...... .. 22 ............ 50
-............-- 4 ......... -........

--- ---- 61- ------ 1
-------.- ----- ............ 4
--_- -----_- 6. 27
---37 ----------- 237
21 .........- ....-....
---- 292 ------------ 50
-.-.-------- 2 .-.-......- --...........

-.---.----- 41,064 ............ 22,387









REPORT DOMINICAN CUSTOMS RECEIVERSHIP 63


SCHEDULENNO. 1.-Imports into the Dominican Republic during the calendar
year 1930, showing values and countries of origin in comparison with those of
calendar year 1929-Continued


Article and country


Iron and steel, and manufactures of-Continued.
Cast iron-Continued.
Firearms-
United States-- ----------- --
Porto Rico--- .... ------
Cuba ... .. ..---------------. .
France-------... .... ----
Germany ------------------
Italy -----__---------.--------.
Spain------_ ------------
Switzerland ------------------------
Belgium-__-----__ ------------

Total_------. ------------

Nails and tacks-
Horseshoe nails, United States.....--------
All other-
United States ---..--- ----------
Porto Rico .----------------_------
Cuba ___------ ..___ ..------ ..-
United Kingdom-
England---------------
Scotland --------------
France _-------------------
Germany. -----------
Italy ..--------------------
Netherlands ---------------------------
Belgium ....................--------------
Sweden __----------__...---------

Total--------.. --- --------__
Pipes and fittings-
United States----------------
Porto Rico --- -----------
United Kingdom-
England--- -------------------
Scotland--- -------------
France ..........-------..............--------------------..
Germany -----------------
Netherlands-...- ......------
British West Indies_-----.-------------
Belgium -....................--------------

Total_--- --------------- -

Rails-
United States .........------------
Germany -------------------------
Belgium-..-----------------------------

Total .......--------
Railway track materials-
United States --------------
United Kingdom-England .------........
Germany.-.___-------- ....... ..-----
Belgium ---- --------------

Total ---------------
Structural materials-
United States--- ---- -----------
Porto Rico ... ..------- .--------------
Cuba .----.....- -- .... -----
United Kingdom-
England----------------------------
Scotland -- .....--------------
France ------------------------------------
Germany --- ---- ---------------
Italy ...... -. _......-----------------.
Spain.... .... ...........-----------
Netherlands .........---------.....---
Belgium.-.............------------

Total..... ...----------------

50229-31--5


Jan. 1 to Dec. 31, 1929


Quantity




Kilos
------------
------------
------------
.- .
..-- - -
- - - - -
. . - -


Value




$14,438
50
100

305
43
176
6
492


Jan. 1 to Dec. 31, 1930


Quantity



Kilos
------------
- - - -
------------
------------
- - - - - - I
- - - -

------------


Value




$55

10
30
304


357


-- --- 15,610 1..-.. 756

m
755 206 1,198 306

473,281 39,000 287,888 28,101
4 9 5 23
51 21-------

1,633 220 2,673 200
800 73 411 38
113 31 .----.------
193, 416 9, 322 193, 664 9, 5650
9 7 ---- -
3,493 432 25, 423 2,531
195,961 10,808 163, 332 7,233
......----------- 1 1

868, 761 59,923 673, 397 47, 677

915, 386 117, 817 512, 908 55, 878
1,675 304 134 24

14,819 1,571------
.... -- .. 4 3
3,225 327 .--
47,805 4,038 7,866 908
7 2
.-----.... 246 47
70, 501 6, 142 5,359 553

1,053,418 130,201 526,517 57,413

341, 669 7,954 170, 468 8, 652
296, 074 11,084 599,913 16,291
..----- ---- 159,488 4,521

637,743 19,038 929,869 29, 464

110,903 13,693 35, 778 5,880
4,967 350 .. ---
8,936 335 20,466 1,100
----------- 3,552 101

124,806 14,378 59,796 7,081

804,041 45,845 341,661 38,702
2,691 658 890 250
9,427 3,005 669 177

159,101 11,302 114 25
41,188 1,457 948 50
478 125...-----
25,211 981 ------
434 150 618 173
4,936 1,987 1,262 388
20,360 730... ---- -
------. ---...... 540 16

1,067,867 66,240 346,602 39,781









b4A REPORT DOMINICAN CUSTOMS RECEIVERSHIP


SCHEDULE No. 1.-Imports into the Dominican Republic during the calendar
year 1930, showing values and countries of origin in comparison with those of
calendar year 1929-Continued


Quantity


Iron and steel, and manufactures of-Continued.
Cast iron-Continued.
Tools and implements- Kilos
United States------------ 48,030
Porto Rico --------------------- --- 27
Cuba ------------------..----------------- 21
United Kingdom-
England-------------------------- 15
Scotland ------------215
France---------------------------------- 116
Germany------------------------------ 16,434
Italy ---------------------------------..- 26
Spain-------- 46
Switzerland---- ........ ------ --------16
Argentina --------------------------------- 1
Sweden--------------- 329

Total.......---------.--------------- 65,276

Wire-
Barbed wire and staples therefor-
United States...--------------- -- 798,474
United Kingdom-England .--------- 45
France --------- -------.... ---- 97,772
Germany.----.----------------- 565,185
Netherlands ....- ------------. 6,122
Belgium ------------..-------.. 448,660
Total-------------------------- 1,916,258

Plain wire, galvanized or not-
United States...-- -------------- 168,413
United Kingdom-Scotland--- ....... 333
France ------------- --- ------- ------ 1,602
Germany -----------------------------........ 66,206
Spain.--..------...------------- 3
Belgium----- ------------- 54,697
Sweden --....--------- -----............................

Total-- ------------------ 291,254

All other free of duty--
United States----------- ---..........................--
Porto Rico ----------------------------------.....--
Cuba.--.------.-------------. ----------
United Kingdom-
England ---------------------------
Scotland ----------------------------
France ......--------------------------
Germany----------------.---------.-----
Italy ------ -------------------------------
Spain ---.--- ------------ --- ----
Netherlands ...-------- -----........-
Haiti----------------- --- ----------
Canada---------------------------------
Belgium _------------------------------- --
Norway.----- ----------------------
Austria --------------------------------
Czechoslovakia_ ----------- ------------
Mexico-------------------- -----------
Sweden -------------------------- -------
Hungary --------------------- -----------
Colombia -------------------- ---------

Total ----------------- --- ---

All other subject to duty-
United States _----- ------------ ----
Porto Rico ------------------------------
Cuba ---------------------------------
United Kingdom-
England------------------------- ------
Scotland ------------------------ ------------
France...........------------------------------ --------
Germany ---- ------- -------- ------------
Italy------------------------------..-----------
Spain---- ------------------------------


Jan. 1 to Dec. 31, 1929 Jan. 1 to Dec. 31, 1930


Value




$47,585
52
20

10
135
77
11,048
64
18
8
1
386


Quantity Value


Kilos
28,512
896
55

18
519
392
6,971
3
240

-- - - -


$24,955
100
21

10
189
709
4,529
3
104


59,404 37, 606 30,620


47,200 321,012 18, 772
2 ---
5,363 94,314 4,955
31,229 271, 564 13, 344
350 24,475 1,273
24,218 452,520 21,688

108,362 1,163,885 60,032

17,637 120, 642 15, 080
39 --.--- ...--------
113..... .......
6,014 46,725 3,546
7 -------------------
4,678 30, 740 2,230
-- 1 2

28,488 198,108 20,858

109,994 ----------- 61, 574
160 -------.-- 102
208 -.----- 4

4,593 1,43----- 1,433
3,336 -- --- 2,845
16,079 ---- 8,31
58 .-.....290
---- 116
----------------------- 644
-- -------- 854
-- -- ----- -- 13,575
886 --------- 1,889
26 --------- 51
73 ---- -------
58 -
------- --------- 3
-- -- 292
69
5

1 -6,009-- 92,414
.. .. ..9


206,809 ----------
573---------
629 -----

8,646----------
171
2,714---------
69,396 ----------
1,220 ------
226-----


133, 147
477
638
3,129
33
1,112
40, 556
85
76


Article and country










REPORT DOMINICAN CUSTOMS RECEIVERSHIP


65


SCHEDULE No. 1.-Imports into the Dominican Republic during the calendar
year 1930, showing values and countries of origin in comparison with those of
calendar year 1939-Continued


Jan. 1 to Dec. 31, 1929 Jan. 1 to Dec. 31, 1930
Article and country ---
Quantity Value Quantity Value


Iron and steel, and manufactures of-Continued.
Cast iron-Continued.
Wire-Continued.
All other subject to duty-Continued.
Netherlands..-------------------------
Denmark ------------------------------
Haiti ---------------.-
Canada .... ------..................
Switzerland ----------- ------
Virgin Islands--.... ------------.
British West Indies.-------------
Belgium------------ --------------
French West Indies.-.......----------
Sweden... -----. .. ----------------
China ---...----------------------.......................
Japan ............----------------------
Czechoslovakia. ---------------------.
Austria-----------------------
Palestine and Syria-------------------
Poland and Danzig _--- -------
Finland------------------------------

Total......................--------------

Machinery and apparatus:
Electrical machinery, apparatus, and appliances-
United States .........-- ---------
Porto Rico. ---- ----------------
Cuba ..........................----------------........
United Kingdom-
England --.........-..-... ...---------
Scotland. -----------------------------
France -.-. --------------------_
Germany.....................-------------------....
Spain------- --------------
Netherlands ------------------ -
Haiti...--.....-- -- ---------------....
Canada.... ...... ... ...-------------
Belgium ------------------------------_ --
French West Indies --------------------------
Argentina.............---- ....... ........
Norway......................................-----------------------------------
Sweden --------------------------------..
Czechoslovakia........ .....----------------
Austria................----------------....-....
Peru -----------------
Colombia ......................................

Total.. _-__--------------

Engines, steam, machinery, hydraulic motors of
petroleum, gasoline (except for automobiles),
naphtha, and compressed air-
Locomotives and tenders-
United States-..............................
Germany ---------------

Total-..---.......--- ...............

Power pumps-
United States........... ....----------
Germany....-----.........................

Total --------------.

All other-
United States ...--------.................
Porto Rico ------------------------
Germany ..----------------------......................


$4,327
1,717
3
565
119
1
2
5, 646

1,149
4
3
12,337
416
5
211
6


$218
2,486

825
335
1
-- ---- -- -
6, 101
44
431

552
3, 761
871
1
957


.....- 316,895 -- ..- -. 195,836


S 150, 395 --... .------ 194,467
------ 201 ----... 602
S--- ---- ---. 70

-----... 8,262 ............ 2,024
.----- 42 -..-... 3
--- 746 ..----..--.. 3, 941
----..... --.... 43,914 ............ 6,198
....-------- ....----- --............----- 4
4,637 ------- 4,848
--....----- --......--- ..... 54
------- 1,725 ---------- 1,090
------ 1,270 --.----- 381
-.---------- ------------ -----------. 6
------ --- -- .------- 220
----- 3 ....- 323
38----- ---
--------- --------- --------- 1
....-------- ------ -----....... 2
-- -- 100
--------- ---------- --------- 5

211,195 -------- 214,697



Number
... .....--- 3 4,933
S- ----- 1 12,600

------ -- 4 17,433

----...... 10,760 -----..... 13,909
------.... 350 ----...... 568

S 11,110 --------- 14,477


......- 87,989 ------.----. 46, 67
12
..----.. 16,005 ----------.. 62,540


103, 006 -----.... 109, 107










00 REPORT DOMINICAN CUSTOMS RECEIVERSHIP


SCHEDULE NO. 1.-Imports into the Dominican Republic during the calendar
year 1930, showing values and countries of origin in comparison with those of
calendar year 1929-Continued


Jan. 1 to Dec. 31,1929 Jan. 1 to Dec. 31, 1930
Article and country
Quantity Value Quantity Value


Machinery and apparatus-Continued.
Sewing machines-
United States ---------------
Porto Rico-- -------------
Cuba ....................---------------------...
United Kingdom-England ----------
France------------------ ---
Germany ----------------
Spain ----------------.
Total ----------------
Sugar machinery-
United States ..-----------
Porto Rico .. --.....------------
United Kingdom-England -----
Total --------- -
Typewriting machines-
United States .. ------.. ------
Porto Rico ----------------
United Kingdom-England ------.------
France...... ....-----------------------.
Germany...-------------------............................
Netherlands -----------------
Canada ... -----------------
Austria ---------------------
Total---- -------------
All other free of duty-
United States -- -----------
Porto Rico.........-------------.....
Cuba- -- --------- --------
United Kingdom-
England........---------------...
Scotland ..------ ----------............
France ----------------------------..................
Germany ... .........------------------
Italy ... .............--------------------
Spain--- --------------------------
Netherlands--------- -----------------
Denmark -------------------- ------
Canada --------------------
Switzerland ---------------
Sweden ------ ----------------
Sweden..... ...... ..........
Belgium--sr ... ---------------.. ....
Austria .... ..... -------
Total -----------------
All other subject to duty-
United States ---
Porto Rico----.........----------..--..
Cuba........................
United Kingdom-
England -----------.-------------
Scotland ---- -----
France -- ------------------
Germany ------- ----- ......
Italy------....----------
Spain--.....................--.......
Netherlands ------------------
Denmark----------.----------
Canada....----------.-----------------
Dutch West Indies ----
Switzerland...--- --------- ---------
Virgin Islands.....................-------..
Mexico ............................------
French West Indies-------------------..
Czechoslovakia .........---
Austria-... -----------... .----
Belgium --------------------------
Venezuela....----------------------------
Hungary--------------------------------------
Sweden--------------.......--............--...--------------...
Dutch East Indies...--...-----------------.
Total .......-------------------..............................


$16,717
23
25
12
896

17, 673


$4,056
47
15
5
28
207
1
4, 359


----- 28,310 -------- 6,394
....---- ------ ------....... 3,000
---------- ------- -------- 113
28,310 -------... 9,507

-- 32,866 ---....... 9,191
----- 178 .......---- 15
------- 121 -
- 241 .---------- 1
---- 45 --..... 154
------------ 4 ------- -------- ----.
---- 52 -......------ 18
13
34,007 .----------- 9,392

---- 509,745 ..--------- 255,389
----- 1,602 -------.......-----. 4, 177
--- 300 .-.-----. 1,020

------ 16,590 ..------. 19,359
--- 12,200 .------- 1,896
--..... 11,406 ---------- 10,127
------ . 60,662 .....------. 23,009
1,075----------------
-20 -----.------- 5,989
417 ------------ 441
416 ---- .- 323
i- 1, 00 .. 198
163 -...... 20
--- 1, 110 .----------- 12,657
------- 69 ---- ---
---.---- ..---- I------ 215
---- 617,27------------ 334,820

175,665 ------. 78,359
-...... 62 ..- 96
------ 9 ---- 15

--- 1,345 ..----- 1,454
2
.2 0 9 2 . . . . . ... 1 5 7 3
--- 2,8 -------------1,
------------ 5,540 ------------ 1,927
----------------- 30
------------ 158 -- -
------------ 313 ------... 1
------------ 22 ------------------




-------- 63
31
-- 196 1--- 15



------------ 3,614 -----.. 679
----------- 440 ...--------------
----------- 2 ----------------
----- 12 --------- ----------
30
..18
------- 190,554 --------- 84,928









REPORT DOMINICAN CUSTOMS RECEIVERSHIP


SCHEDULE No. 1.-Imports into the Dominican Republic during the calendar
year 1930, showing values and countries of origin in comparison with those of
calendar year 1929-Continued


Jan. 1 to Dec. 31, 1929 Jan. 1 to Dec. 31, 1930


Article and country


Metal wastes and scoriae, United States...---------..

Musical instruments and parts of:
United States--.- -------........-----
Porto Rico ----. -----__
Cuba---- ------
United Kingdom-England----------------------
France----------------------.......- ... .. ...
Germany---- ------------........
Italy -.... .............................
Spain _____-------------------
Netherlands-------------------------------------.
Denmark ---------------- ----
Canada -----------------... ---------------....
China ....--- ...--------- ..........--
Czechoslovakia -.....----.-_ .......---
Palestine and Syria-...... .-............-----.

Total--------- -----------.-----.--

Oils, mineral:
Crude oils for fuel-
United States ...-------..
Dutch West Indies---- ..-------------.
French West Indies.------------------

Total.---------------. .........

Gasoline-
United States..--- .------
Porto Rico ---.. ---------------- --_-
Cuba ...---------.. -----------.
Dutch West Indies-----------
British West Indies---- ----.-------.-
Venezuela---- ----- ------
Total................. ..---------

Illuminating oil-
U united States .--- -- --. .
Dutch West Indies..------ .- ---_.
British West Indies----- .. ---------._

Total--....- .....--- ------------

Lubricating oil-
United States ...--------
Porto Rico............_-------------
United Kingdom-Scotland -- ---
Germany--- ------.----------------
Dutch West Indies ...-----. - - -

Total------------------- -------


Quantity


Kilos
243


Value


Quantity Value


Kilos
396


$53


---- 15,558 ----------- 3,992
42 ----------- 15
---.-----.-- 300 -----
- --- 16 ------. -- 4
- .... 1,128 --......- 2,091
---------- 8,978 ---------- 6,453
- ------ 198 .------ 78
------- 443 ---- 13
------ ----- -----
--- --- --- ----- -----------
--------- ----------- ---
.. 118 ...222
6 -

-----.. 27,821 ----.. 12,872


40,685,998 323,123 20, 566,897 167,800
3, 490, 527 52, 994 815,424 18,125
59,890 397 .-- ----

44,236,415 376,514 21,382,321 185,925

Gallons Gallons
3,016,296 633,773 2,470,364 439, 876
5, 226 993 85, 299 14, 035
--------. 1,100 88
1, 052, 593 334, 162 813, 090 263, 613
526,014 93,055 417,582 71,701
5,300 1,696 --- --
4,605,429 1,063,679 3,787,435 789,313

1, 359, 267 262,729 1,124,491 198, 221
160, 966 26, 542 38, 300 6,128
- .------ -- .----- 15,000 2,625
1, 520, 233 289, 271 1,177, 791 206, 974


Kilos
1, 318, 991
25
585
17, 642
181, 768

1, 519,011


All other free of duty-
United States---------------------------- 533,815
Porto Rico ... .. ..._ _. __
United Kingdom-
England ------------------------------ 2,390
Scotland -----------------------.----------- 8
France ------------------------------- ---. 1
Germany --------- --------------------- 452
Netherlands- ------------ ------------- 5,925
Canada 1----.-------- ---------- 9
Dutch West Indies-- -.----- -------------- 36, 023
Mexico--------------------... ...... --. 1,710

Total-----------.------------------------- 580,333


153, 744
8
88
1,358
15, 592

170, 790

42, 455

321
9
2
126
173
7
3, 598
51

46, 742 I


Kilos
1, 203, 270

2, 510
152, 931

1,358,711

274, 989
6

2, 540
101
8
12
889
7
6, 761

285, 313


125, 353

201
13,514

139,068

21, 004
2

102
2
2
4
175
5
128


21, 424


All other subject to duty-
United States-...-------.----------------- 10,075 1,282 17, 738 2,049
France..-------.......... --------.---.------------ --- 19 5
Germany--.---- --------------------------- 64 20 386 58
Total.. -----------------------------........... 10,139 1,302 18,143 2,112


I










06 REPORT DOMINICAN CUSTOMS RECEIVERSHIP


SCHEDULE No. 1.-Imports into the Dominican Republic during the calendar
year 1930, showing values and countries of origin in comparison with those of
calendar year 1929-Continued


Jan. 1 to Dec. 31, 1929 Jan. 1 to Dec. 31, 1930


Article and country


Paints, pigments, varnishes, inks, colors, and dyes:
Paints and pigments-
United States ------ -----------------
Porto Rico-------- ____
Cuba -.--------------- --
United Kingdom-
England-----
Scotland.-----------..--------
France ----------------------------- ---
Germany----..........................
Netherlands -.... .....................
Canada __--_.. ----____- ._......-- .
Switzerland.. .....----------------. -
British West Indies --.------........ ----
Belgium----- ____-----------

Total-------------------------------......
Printing and lithographing inks-
United States---- ----------
Porto Rico---- .---------------------
United Kingdom-England. --------
Germany ---------------
Netherlands--- -----------
Denmark---- .... ------------_----._
Canada ---------------------..---.... .....

Total--....................-----------
All other-
United States----.-- .-- --------
Porto Rico--- ----------------- .
Cuba...-----...-----------------..-...
United Kingdom-
England.----------.-----.___.._...........
Scotland----. -------------
France------------- --------------.-------.
Germany------------.. ----- ------..
Italy --------------------------
Spain---- -- -----------------__.. --...
Netherlands .---------------.-_ -...-.__-.
Denmark--- ------.---___-___
Canada ................-
Dutch West Indies ...........----
Switzerland ------..............-----
Belgium-------------------------------------.
British West Indies ---- ---------------
Argentina---------- ----------------
Austria .---------------------- __-. ----
Japan------------- -----------------------
Czechoslovakia----...........- ..........
Egypt ------........-----------..................
China----------------------
Palestine and Syria--------------- ....--------
British South Africa--.-----------------

Total__------------- .----.
Paper and manufactures of:
Free of duty-
United States--- -------
Porto Rico.---- ------------- -------
Cuba----------------......____------.....
United Kingdom-
England---------------- ----------.
Scotland---------------- -------
Germany------------.-------_----.
Netherlands .... ------
Canada ------------------- ---------.
Sweden--- -----------
Norway ----------
Finland ---------------
Belgium----------------- --------
Estonia._ -------------------------
Austria------------------- --------
Latvia-- --------------------------


Quantity



Kilos
327, 127
21
15, 647

137, 688
2, 031
1, 680
23,158

-----------.
9


507, 361


Value


$62, 321
6
4, 799

23, 868
433
385
1,618

3


93, 433


Quantity Value


Kilos
203, 124
206
2, 259

81, 955
884
--- - -
16,452
345
23
11
18

305,277


$39,839
22
366

13,655
206

1, 771
56
9

10
5

55,939


10, 150 4, 272 5, 126 1,610
1 2 14 12
132 123 727 257
727 501 2,042 1,579
1, 013 382 100 54
170 166 ----- -
1 4 -- -- .....

12, 194 5,450 8, 009 3, 512

S 71,051 ------------ 45,783
5-8 ------------ 53
..........465 ------------ 503

------ 2, 54 ------- 1,360
------- 50 ------------ 7
------... 406 ------------ 124
----.. 16,825 --------- 13,560
--- 132 --....---... 7
-- 4,909 -----------. 2,567
- 170 ------------ 346
.-------- 38 -- ----
--- 266 ------------ 79
----- -----. ------.. 10
----- ---- ---------- 12
....-- 405 ------------ 159
-. ----------- ------. ----- --- 29
- --------- ---------.. -------- 986
......... 2 ------------ 80
------... 68 ----------- 2
- ---------- 27 27-----
- --------- I ------------ ------
- ----- -- -......... ---- ------------ 1
- ---- --.......... ........... ------------ 1
1
1

. ...... ----- -.---. --------- 301

....- 97,427 --------- 65,970


.---- 3414 .-----.. 34, 420
159
.. .- -------- 1 .---------- 159
......------ 15 --- -------

...---- 600 -------- 751
.----- ------------ 161
.---- 4,064 -------- 310
.---- 3,536 1----.... 1,830
.--- 15,844 ---.. 10,717
8,464 -...... 4,915
-2,711 ..--.. ..... 1,214
S 3,891 ---...- 111
.63 ---- ... 86
....---- 70 -----
.----- ------- ------- 200
....------ .-----... 377


Total .---..-- ----------.........-------- 74,676 ------ 55,61











REPORT DOMINICAN CUSTOMS RECEIVERSHIP


SCHEDULE NO. 1.-Imports into the Dominican Republic during the calendar
year 1980, showing values and countries of origin in comparison with those of
calendar year 1929-Continued


Jan. 1 to Dec. 31, 1929 Jan. 1 to Dec. 31, 1930

Article and country


Quantity


I I-


Paper and manufactures of-Continued.
Subject to duty-
United States ----------------------------------------
Porto Rico -------------------------- -----------
Cuba--.-----------------------------------------
United Kingdom-
England ---------....----------------------------------
Scotland .---.----------------------- ---------
France--...--------------------------- ------
Germany -------------------------------------------
Italy ----------------------------------- -----------
Spain ---...-------.-------------------------
Netherlands ... ----------------------------------
Denmark-------.......----------------- --------
Haiti ---.......------------------------
Canada -----------------------------------------------
Dutch West Indies .------. ------------ ------
Switzerland.-----------.. -----------..------------
Virgin Islands -. ------- ----------- ----------
Belgium------------------------------------ -----------
Sweden-------------------------------------------------
Norway.-----.------------------------------
China ----------------------------------------
Japan------------------------------------- -----------
Czechoslovakia-------------------------------- -----------
Austria---------------- .---------- -------
Finland ---.------------.--------------------
Estonia ....... --------------- -----------
Palestine and Syria ...--------------..-----------------
Latvia -------------..----..------- ------------
British West Indies ......-------------- ----------
Mexico ...................-------- --------
Siam ..---......---------------------- ---------
Panama.......-------------------------------------

Total-......---------.---------------------
Pearls, precious stones and imitations of, unset:
United States......... -- --- -------------- ----
France ---...------------------------ ------
Germany...----------------------------------------
Italy ............................................. ............---------------------

Total-..........----------------- ---------- -----------
Perfumery, cosmetics, and other toilet preparations:
United States--..--.....----------- ---- -------
Porto Rico .. ------------------------------------------
Cuba- ......-------- ---------- ------------
United Kingdom-
England-.....------------------ -----------
Ireland..----------------- ---------------- --------
France -- --------- ----------- --------------------------
Germany..----------------------------- ------------
Italy ------------------------------- -----------
Spain-------------------------------------------
Netherlands-------------------------- ----------
Denmark .---- -------------- ------------ -----
Haiti ---------------- ------------ ---------
Canada -----------.-------------- ---------
Dutch West Indies -------- -------------- -
Switzerland------------- ..----------- ----
Virgin Islands ... -------------------------- ----------
Belgium .---. -------------------- ---------
French West Indies .------------. ----------- ---
China.... -----------------------------------
Japan-- --------------------------------------------
Austria-- ----- -------------------------
Venezuela ------------------ ----------
Palestine and Syria....-----------------------------
French Africa_ -......-------------- .
Hejaz, Arabia, and Mesopotamia.a- ---------------------
Greece..------ --------------------------------
Ceylon .------------------------------------------
Panama .....-------... ---------------- -----------
Finland...------------------------------ -----------


Total......................------------------


Value


$223, 445
5,855
795

1,424
522
11,434
51, 736
2, 104
13, 916
65, 567
16

5, 746
20
165
4
286
37,362
16, 141
12
212
109
218
15,893
6,3566
2
2, 471
52
13
268


Quantity Value


$153, 19
1,134
701

1,785
113
9,479
29, 816
1,088
7,675
12,158
63
2
7, 217
13
230
----- -------
2,087
31,479
5, 806
4
151
236
278
1,407
435

1, 268

------------------------------- ------------
2896

61


462,134 ..-- -- 268,130

74 ... ..... 18
3
3 -----------------
54 ------------------
24 --.. ..------ 4

155 -----22

48,21 ----- 30,781
2,928 856
959 ------------ 1,139

822 ...------ 317
2 -------- -----------
73,954 ------------- 42,026
13,239 ------------ 10,905
231 ------ 61
2,117 ----- 2,436
206 227
1 -1
4 -------- 16
2
10 .----... 29
19 45
70 ---------- 71
19 .----- ---------
8

26 -------------------
1 ------------------
2 --------- 2
6 ----------- 6
12 --------- --------
48
18
359
2
---143,1-- 6 8------ 2
- 143,16 ---------- 2

143,156 --- 89,-37


I ............


------------
------------
------------
------------
------------
------------
------------
------------
------------
------------
------------
------------
------------
------------
------------
------------
------------
------------
------------
------------
------------
------------
------------
------------
------------
------------
------------
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70 REPORT DOMINICAN CUSTOMS RECEIVERSHIP

SCHEDULE NO. 1.-Imports into the Dominican Republic during the calendar
year 1930, showing values and countries of origin in comparison with those of
calendar year 1929-Continued


Jan. 1 to Dec. 31, 1929 Jan. 1 to Dec. 31, 1930
Article and country
Quantity Value Quantity Value

Plated ware, gold and silver:
Jewelry and other articles-
United States...-----...--------------....-......... $14, 511 ------------ $8,027
Porto Rico............--- --------. .....-. -----. 60 -.......... 51
Cuba --------....... .--------------..--.----.... 8 26
United Kingdom-England- ------------------- 210 ----.... 67
France......-------- -------------------- --- 1,543 .-----.. 1,382
Germany-------- ----------- ------ 7,780 ---- 3,626
Italy----------- ---------- ------ 2,462 -... 190
Spainm. --_ ____ .......--------------- 735 117
Netherlands .____. ___.------------- ------- 7 -....------ 3
Canada ---_...........-------------......---------- 1 4
Dutch West Indies...... ---------- --------- 1- ---
Switzerland -....----.. .------------------.----- 238 ----.- 28
Virgin Islands ...-----_ ---.... --......--- 4 --
Belgium.....-------... -----------..-------. 57 ...---- 29
Japan -------------------- ------------ 140 .--. 21
Czechoslovakia---..-------. ------------ 11,094 ---... 2,854
Austria..........---------- ---... ---..--------. 1, 475 ------ -
Venezuela -------------- ---------------- 3
British West Indies..-- ...-----.-------------- -- 2
Colombia. -------..------ ---------._---_. 2 .---------- 1
Turkey ---------------------------- ------------ 2
Argentina ......- ---------------------- ------ ----------_.---- 1


Total -------------- ---------
Rattan, bamboo, straw, palm leaf, and analogous ma-
terials, and manufactures of:
Free of duty: United States ........


40,335 --- 16,427


.------ 52


Subject to duty-
United States -----------------------14, 223 ---- 7, 17
Porto Rico....-------- -------.. ---------- --- 37 209
Cuba.............------------------ 8
United Kingdom-
England---- --------------------- ------------ 3,454 -----......... 257
Scotland --------------- ------ ------ 7
France-------------...................---------------- ..... 1,087 ......----... 62
Germany. -------------------------------- 6,688 .- 3,629
Italy.__ __--- -----------------------_--- 2,022 2
Spain ------------------.- --- --------- 27 ----....- 150
Netherlands ..... --------- .------- -- 4 -------.4 40
Haiti ----------_------------------ 360
Canada-- -------------------------------------- ------------ 37 -------..... 826
Dutch West Indies .. ......------------. 2 -_ 1
Switzerland--- ------------------------------------5,124 ------------ 573
Virgin Islands. -------------- ----------..... 1
Belgium----- ------------------- 318 --- .. 89
Hong Kong--.-. ----------.. -_-___..------- 241
China....... ----------------- ----- 4,357 -..----- 3,196
Japan------------------ ----- 4,375 ------ 6,190
Czechoslovakia -----------------...---- - 26 ------ -
Hungary- -----.---------------------------- --------- 2-
French West Indies __------------------ ---- ------ 1
Austria .. .. ...............------------------------------------ 40
Total----...... ---------------......----- 42,159 ----- 22,523
Rubber and manufactures of:
Free of duty-
United States --......------.......----------------- ----------.. 63,618 -........--- 30,117
Porto Rico------------------------------.......------------ 23 --------- 25
United Kingdom-England ------- -----i---- .885 ---....... 16
France -.....--------... .... -----------.... 2,313 --.. 651
Germany ----------- -- 84 ------... 196
Netherlands ------------------------ -------- .----------- ------ 100
Canada -------------- ------------ 1,298 ---..... 920
Belgium....... ------------------......... -------- 308 239
Total......-.... .----------------- ----. 68,529 ------ 32, 263










REPORT DOMINICAN CUSTOMS RECEIVERSHIP /1


SCHEDULE NO. 1.-Imports into the Dominican Republic during the calendar
year 1930, showing values and countries of origin in comparison with those of
calendar year 1929-Continued


Jan. 1 to Dec. 31, 1929 Jan. 1 to Dec. 31, 1930
Article and country
Quantity Value Quantity Value


Rubber and manufactures of-Continued.
Subject to duty- Kilos
United States --- ---- -------------- ---------
Porto Rico ---------------------- -----------
Cuba....-----------------------------------
United Kingdom-
England --------------- ----------- --------
Scotland ---------------------------------------
France ...- --------------------- -----------------
Germany--------....------------------- ------------
Italy -------- -----------------------
Spain---........------------------------------------
Netherlands .-------------------- --- ----------
Denmark ------- ---------------------------------
Canada ---.... ----------------------- ------------
Virgin Islands.....---------- ------------ ------------
Japan----------------------------------------
Czechoslovakia --------------------------------
Austria ----------------------------------- ------------
Venezuela ............--- ----------- -------- ------------
Belgium----- . .
French W est Indies-......... ... .... -------

Total...................------------------------
Silk and manufactures of:
United States ...-------------- --------- ------------.
Porto Rico .................... --------------- -----
Cuba .....--------------------------------------------
United Kingdom-England ---- -----------
France ------------------------------------------
Germany-----------.---------------------- -- -----------
Italy--- . ..------------------------------ -----------
Spain ------------------------ ------------------
Netherlands ....--------------------------------------
Denmark --------------------------------------- -----------
Haiti ------------------- -------- -----
Canada----------- ---------------------- --------
Dutch West Indies--------------------------------------
Switzerland....---.. --..--..---------------------------
Virgin Islands ---------------- ---
British West Indies-- ------------- -----
Belgium.....-------.. .------------------- ------------
Mexico -----------------------------------------
Hong Kong ........ .--------------- ---------- -----
French West Indies..----------------------- -
China ------------------------------------------
Japan-------------------------------------- -----------
Czechoslovakia --..-----------------------------------------
Austria-.... .---------------------------------- ------------
Palestine and Syria ------------------ ----------
Venezuela ---------------------------------------- -----
Col6mbia........-------------------------------------- ------------
Norway --------------------------------------
Panama -----------------------------------------
British East Africa ....---------------------- ----------
Argentina....--------------------------------------------
Chile -------------------------------------------
Paraguay -----------------------------------------------

Total--.....---........... --------------- -----------

Soap:
United States---.....----.... ---------------. 2,128,649
Porto Rico .--...-------------------------------- 60
Cuba------... -. -------------.----------------- 66,735
United Kingdom-
England -------------------------- 68, 921
Scotland..-----.. ----------------------------- 932
France..---. .---------------------------------- 6,883
Germany--.. ---------------------------------- 17,740
Italy-------------------..--------------------- 26
Spain ....------------------------- -------.- 4,128
Netherlands...----- ----------------------- 423, 13
Denmark------- -------------------------
Canada------------------------------------ 125


$220,572
94
2

30,987
1
17,682
8,023
---------
3
2
33,022
1
2
4
4
2


Kilos
- - - - -
- - - - -
------------


$119,221
89
30

13,842

5,808
4,073
5
11
36

54, 567
15

26

3
1


310,401 ..---... 197,727

450,049 ...----- 232,833
4,366-- 2,084
260 ----- 164
10,880 --- 2,912
26,749 ------ 11,677
14,583 ------------ 6,801
24,624 ------------ 14,392
5,009 ------------ 10,271
490 ..---- 13
16 .... 3
6 14
40 -------- 85
116 8 ------ 293
6,614 -------- 2,135
14 ---- 23
5 21
2, 383 --- 763
------- 156
26---------------

1,363--- 1,352
16,681 -- 4,946
1,912 ------------ 2
1,328 -- 85
14 .----------------
28 -- 11
8---------------------
4 ------------.------.....
4
6 .------- 3
9----------- -----
3
4
------7,483 ------ 291,056
567,483 ------------ 291,056


344,253
40
9,453

8,606
71
4,368
8,041
30
4,023
57,044
61


1,455,060
616
143, 516

73,184
241
5,779
6,067
4
1,767
404,464
11
244


225,618
339
20,966

9, 191
17
2, 55
3, 377
2
1,266
66, 339
5
113










72 REPORT DOMINICAN CUSTOMS RECEIVERSHIP


SCHEDULE NO. 1.-Imports into the Dominican Republic during the calendar
year 1930, showing values and countries of origin in comparison with those of
calendar year 1929-Continued


Article and country


Soap-Continued.
Dutch West Indies -...................-------
Switzerland---- --------------------
Belgium-...._____-----------------
British West Indies----..........---- ....---------
Venezuela ----------------------------- ----
French West Indies----............-.. -----..
Palestine and Syria ---------------------

Total ......------------------

Stones and earths and manufactures of:
Free of duty-
United States --------
Porto Rico -.- ------------ --
Cuba.. --- ----
United Kingdom-
England.. -------------
Scotland-----------------
France ........----------------
Germany-------------------
Italy-- -------- ----------
Spain ------------------------------------------
Netherlands -.. ---------
Belgium---....... ....-------------
Norway --------------------------------------
Czechoslovakia .........-----------------
Palestine and Syria-----------------

Total...... .......------------------

Subject to duty-
United States------------------
Porto Rico.. ..............------------
Cuba -------------. -------
United Kingdom-England---------------
France-- ------------------------------
Germany ---------------------------------
Italy--- ------------- -----
Spain-------------.- ----------.
Denmark -------- - --------------
Switzerland-----------------------------------
Belgium -------------------------------

Total----- ----------- -|

Tin, lead, zinc, and other metals and manufactures of:
Lumps or ingots-
United States -----------------------
United Kingdom-
England----------------
Scotland -----------------
Germany-------------------
Netherlands.. -- ---------------------------
Belgium ----------
British India --------------------------------

Total---------------------

All other:
United States. --------
Porto Rico -----------------
Cuba _------ -------
United Kingdom-
England------------------
Scotland_ __- ----------- --
France .-----------------------
Germany----------- ----------------
Italy.-- ------ --------
S Spain .....-------------- ------
Netherlands -------. ------
Denmark--------------------------------------
Canada -------- ------- ------------
Switzerland -----------------
Belgium ------------------.. .----------


Jan. 1 to Dec. 31, 1929 Jan. 1 to Dec. 31, 1930


Quantity Value Quantity Value


Kilos
9
5
28
4
1
- - - -


3
2
14
2
1
-----------
-----.-----


Kilos
5


12

3
20


$4


8

2
4


2, 717, 749 436,012 2,090,993 319,836



-37,087 ...------ 26,186
448 ...--..... 25
6
------ 6 ---------- ----.--.-

-- -- 280 ...-.....- 225
---- 65 -- 141
----. 1,738 ....---- 737
3,246 --....--. 1,250
-579 ...---- 27,097
3 --~------- 43
647 757
2,77----------- ------------
-------- 493 ---------
----- ------------------- 8
------ ------- - --- - 1

---------- 47,349 --...---...... 56, 970


6,406 1,367
10 39-------1 39
7 .---........ 294
145 .---...... 27
- 909 ...---... 117
1,652 ..-----. 317
1,098 .. ....------- 999
295 1 ...---- 102
50 --....----- 40
-- -- 1,278 ------ 247
.3----- 32 --- 5

------- 11,882 --------- 3, 554


11,487

------- ---
----------


6,380

401
8
125

520
32


12,652 I ---- 7,466


22, 663
56
34

598
20
2, 550
14,408
888
220
587
6
19
1
435


14, 201
47


37
----- - -
1,924
5, 729
61
52
501

266
1-----
. 1g


------------
------------
------------
------------
------------
------------
------------









REPORT DOMINICAN CUSTOMS RECEIVERSHIP


SCHEDUn E No. 1.-Imports into the Dominican Republic during the calendar
year 1980, showing values and countries of origin in comparison with those of
calendar year 1929-Continued


Article and country


Tin, lead, zinc, and other metals and manufactures of-
Continued.
All other-Continued.
China ..---------------------------.--......
Japan.--------------------------------------
Czechoslovakia-------------------..-----....
Austria. -------- ---------- -------
Palestine and Syria----- -------------

Total -.....-----------.------------

Wood and manufactures of:
Boards, planks, and beams, ordinary-
United States.-------------------...... ----
Netherlands ----------- --------------....
Canada.......-------------.--.. --------......
British West Indies.-------------------

Total ..------------------ ------------

Furniture-
United States-...---------------------.................--
Porto Rico .----------------- --------------.
Cuba..------------------------------ -
United Kingdom-England -- --
France ----.---------------.---------
Germany .--------------------------------
Italy ..------------ -- ------------
Spain .------------- ------------------
Netherlands ---- --------------------
Haiti--...------------------------ ----
Canada..-----------------------------------
Dutch West Indies...-----............--------.
Switzerland-----------------------------
Belgium .-----------------------------
Japan --------- ----------------------------
Czechoslovakia ------------------ -------
Austria ---------------------
Poland and Danzig--.---..... ...----.........
French West Indies -----------------------

Total ---------------- -------

All other, free of duty-
United States----.-------- --------
Porto Rico ..----------- ------- -----
Cuba -..------------- ---------- -----
United Kingdom-
England-----------------------
Scotland ----------------------------
France..-------------- ---------- -----
Germany-------------------------------------
Italy .--------------------------- --- -
Spain --------------------------------
Netherlands -.-------------------- --
Canada .-------------------------------------
Dutch West Indies..--------- -----------
Belgium------------------------------------
Japan ------------------------------------
Czechoslovakia----------------
Austria-----------.. -----
Palestine and Syria -.............-......------

Total--------------- ----- ---

All other subject to duty-
United States .--------.. ----------------
Porto Rico .------------------------------
Cuba-- ...----. ----------------------- -----
United Kingdom-England .-.............
France -.....--------- --------- ----------
Germany .-----------------------------------
Italy .--------- ------------
Spain --.---. ------.---.--------------
Netherlands ..--------.. .- -----------------
Canada..---.-----.------ --------.---------.


Jan. 1 to Dec. 31, 1929 Jan. 1 to Dec. 31, 1930


Quantity Value Quantity Value


-- -- -----
$652
26
11


43,174


$4
330
6
24
2

23,245


Board feet Board feet
9,908,627 461,462 5,790,231 216,434
1,875 112 --
135, 540 8,987 110, 129 7,101
-- 4,000 262

10,046,042 470,561 5,904,360 223,797


----- 129,119 ..----------- 34,710
----.... 487 ..-- -- 175
------ 1,231 .. .---- 187
2 ...------ 23
----,- 5,099 ..-- 2,708
----- 2,609 -- 4,314
---- 1,378 --- 29
-- 2,094 -------- 959
------ 2 ----- -------
------ ---- --- -- 8
------ 44 ------------
......------- 16 ----- --
------------ 47 65
--- 910 --------- 138
------ 387 ------------ 338
1,592 ------ 1,673
-- 220 ----. 35
.------- 3,916 .---- 937
--------- --------- ---------- 2
2

-- ------- 149,153 ...------ 46,301

-38,237 -------- 42, 602
--------- 826 ------- 44
--- ------ 711 -.-------- 519
-- 11
-----35 -_- -. 67
---------- 332 ----- 402
-------- 3,669 .- --- 3,200
-. -..-.. 13 ------- -- 16
----------- 280 ---------- 170
----- 216 ------- 30
------- ----- ------- ----------- I
---------- 253 ---.. --
---------- --46-----
100 --
--------- 10 ----- --- ------
--- 831 -369
-------- -- 2 -- ---- 47,43

------------ 45,551 ----- -- 47,436


36,438
21
2,726
130
1,786
19,158
1,074
964
2
8


23,524
40
416
48
1, 237
13,012
12
251
58
17









74 REPORT DOMINICAN CUSTOMS RECEIVERSHIP


SCHEDULE No. 1-Imports into the Dominican Republic during the calendar
year 1930, showing values and countries of origin in comparison with those of
calendar year 1929-Continued


Jan. 1 to Dec. 31, 1929


Article and country
Quantity


Wood and manufactures of-Continued.
All other subject to duty-Continued.
Dutch West Indies ----. ---------
Switzerland .............---------.........-------------------
British West Indies.. __ __------------------
Belgium ---- ------
Mexico --------------..------
Hong Kong -...-.....----------------
China ------------------
Japan .--.-----------------. -------.-----
Czechoslovakia...------------------------
Austria -------------------------
Morocco .....--------------.... -- .---....
Palestine and Syria .------------------ --.----
Panama ------------------. -------

Total --------. ----------

Wool and manufactures of:
United States----.----. ---------
PortoRico ------------
Cuba ... .................------------------
United Kingdom-
England ....-------------....----.--. ....-----------.......
Scotland -------------------------
Ireland -------------..------------
France. -------- ------- ---- -----. --
Germany ---- -------------------.
Italy -------.. ----. .------.
Spain .---- ........... .....--------------
Netherlands--------------- .....---------------
Denmark -- ........--------------------
Haiti --------....... ...-------------
Canada---------------------....---------------- --
Dutch West Indies.... ...- .-------------
Switzerland _--- ------------------
British West Indies ..---....----...---
Belgium .... ... ...----------------------------..
Mexico ----...------ ...-------......
Sweden ------------------------------------------......
Norway.... -------------------------------
China ------------------- ----- ---------------
Japan -- -------------------------------------
Czechoslovakia ---------------------------------
Austria ----------------------------------------
Hungary ..-------.--- ...... ....------------------
Poland and Danzig.----------------
Venezuela -----------
Palestine and Syria...----------------...............------
Finland ..- __ .
French West Indies- _________

Total ---- ----------------

All other dutiable articles:
United States --------------------------
Porto Rico....---......----.....- .........----
Cuba------ ------ --- -----
United Kingdom-
England------ --------
Scotland-- --- -------

France ----------------------------------------
Germany------------------------- ---------
Italy --------------- ----
Spain.._ ____----------
Netherlands -... ..-......----------
Denmark. .----- ---------------------._
Haiti--. _----------------
Canada ------------------------------
Dutch West Indies .---------------------
Switzerland------------------ __
Virgin Islands. -------------------------
British West Indies. ----------
Belgium.---- ---------------------------


Jan. 1 to Dec. 31, 1930


Value Quantity


- --- -----
$1, 601
17
99
37
4
99
1,115
227
3


Value




$5
---------
1
145
782


143
4,497
134

8
4


---- 65,09 .-------..... 44,334

........ 63,375 ------- 34,748
741 -------- 532
......--- 178 ---- 148

.....1, 934 .---------- 41,247
25 .-...-...--- 8
---------- 1---- ----------------
....... 7,905 -- 4,618
7,811 .-- -. - 4,453
.. 64, 759 -----.----- 23,588
-.... . 5,739 .---- 4,505
-- -. 2,493 ..---- 460
.....--------------
------ ------- ----- ------ 2
.... .. 7 26
-- --- 29 ...--- 75
256---- ---------
3 ---------- 24
-- 6,079 ----------- 1,414
618-- 10
------.----- 2 --------------------
---- a------ 2
. 8 3 ... .4..
2,869 ---- 8so
--.--.-. 2,165 .---------- 156
- 431 --..-- 2
.. -- 29 ....-- 7
342 ----------------
S 1 ---.---.--. 18
..........----- 2 --- -------
... 12 ---------
..----- 217, 5--------8 16,133
------ 217,586- ---- 116,133


103,722-------
642 ......
894 --- ..------

756 ----...
16 -----
16 -----
6,801----
46,659 ..---------
28, 563 .--------
1,170 .-----
560 ....-
12---...
13,496 ..----------
34---------
.3 ---------
306 ------
43 -----
7
570 .-- ----


67, 479
342
480

347
11
4,867
21,541
10,567
258
79
12
7, 82
49
35
23
4
1
154









REPORT DOMINICAN CUSTOMS RECEIVERSHIP


SCHEDULE No. 1.-Imports into the Dominican Republic during the calendar
year 1980, showing values and countries of origin in comparison with those of
calendar year 1929-Continued


Jan. 1 to Dec. 31, 1929 Jan. 1 to Dec. 31, 1930
Article and country
Quantity Value Quantity Value


All other dutiable articles-Continued.
British India...-------------------------- ------.
French West Indies ----------------.--------.
Norway ---------.... -------------------- --------.
China- ---........-- --------------------
Japan __.-------- ----------------------
Czechoslovakia ---------- ---------------
Austria ---------------------------------
Palestine and Syria --------------........................
Persia ---. ---- ---------------------------------
Hungary .------- --------------------------
Egypt ...------------------ ----.--------- ---
Dutch East Indies --------------------.------
Venezuela..----.....---------- ----------
Lithuania....-------- -----------------------
Panama--- ----- ---------------------

Total--... ----------- -------------

All other free articles:
United States .----------.------. -----------
Porto Rico- ..-------. -----------------
Cuba...---------- ----------------- -----
United Kingdom-
England ----------------------------
Scotland-....-----.-------- ---------
France ---------------------------------
Germany ------------------------------
Italy......----..-----------------------------
Spain----.-------------------------------- I.
Netherlands- .--------- ------------
Denmark.--------.. ---.--------------------------
Haiti ------- ..------.-- --- -----------
Canada-......... ---------------------------------
Switzerland-----------------------------
Virgin Islands ------------ ---------------------
British West Indies ------.-----------------------.
Belgium --- ... ..-----------------------------
Mexico ..---------------------------------------
French West Indies..-------- -------------
Sweden..-----_------------------- -- ---------
China...-------- --------------------- -
Japan --- ------------- ----------------
Czechoslovakia- ..-..------.------------------
Palestine and Syria....------....- ---------------
Egypt .----.--- .----------- -------.------
Canary Islands .....--------------.--------------
Venezuela ....--------------------------------
Total ........------------ ----------- -- ---

Reimportation of Dominican products:
United States -------- ------ ---- --- ------
Porto Rico. -------------------------------
France --.--.--------------------------------
Dutch West Indies..---. ------.------------------
British West Indies ---.-------------------
Egypt........-- ------------------------------


$315
3,851
1,210
881
20
104
26
56
6,651
6
2
1


$9
4
2
184
2,036
408
466
16
173
66
4, 462
1
1


-------- 217,393 --------- 121,658

---. 45, 294 -- ------- 44,410
----- 2,181 733
---- 1,630 -. 854

-.-- 3,903 --- 1,140
1,259 -52
7,912 --- 2,732
---- 3,193 ------- 2,517
-------- 4,127 ------------ 1,179
8,576 --------- 3,534
245 ------- 1,001
145
.- -- 419 ----- 1,749
---..- 125
S4 ------ 2
S390 - -- 4,008
- 300
10 -- 1,668
- ------- 18
S-5----- 64
-- - -- --- ----- -- -- - 1
1

----------- ---- ---- --------.---- 9
-----..-- 48 -- ------
-- -2 ------- -- --
----------- 520 -------------------

-.------ 79,840 ------.........------. 67,145

-- --- 4,859 ---.-- 2
------ ---------3,292
---------- --------- ----------- 346
----- ----------- 2----
2


Total---....-.---------------------- --------- ---


5, 020 -----















Countries


United States.. ---
Porto Rico- ......-
Cuba-.......-...
United Kingdom:
England -..--
Scotland...---
Ireland...----
France ----------- i
Germany-........
Italy....-
Spain-------............
Netherlands-...- .
Denmark .......-
Haiti ..------
Canada.. -------
Dutch West Indies.
Switzerland ....---
Virgin Islands ----
British West Indies
Belgium -....--..
British India-......
Mexico ....-------
Hong Kong .----.-
French West Indies
Argentina -...---
Sweden............
Norway-...........
China...-------......
Japan -----------
Czechoslovakia ---
Austria -------........
Palestine and Syria-
Hejaz, Arabia, and
Mesopotamia ---
Brazil .--------
Hungary ----------
Persia ---------
Lithuania--........
Venezuela_-.......-
Russia.... --------


Merchandise


SCHEDULE No. 2.-Recapitulation of imports


Carrying trade, by nationality of vessels, 1930


Free of Subjectto Doin- American Cuban
duty I duty loan m


British


--_____________ I I I I -


$2,139, 363
18,470
7, 355

256,102
12,762
----------
50, 334
270,556
29,507
26,234
23, 393
58,771
3,312
63,465
31,767
7,376
4,008
1,397
111,353
723,838
28






--:-------
570
753
18,245
2,034
21

656
3, 706
1C

..-------

194

161
----------.


$6,406,625
47,139
89,944
524, 05
46, 545
56,310
296, 587
458, 523
222,553
325,115
515, 131
49, 277
8,395
406,734
270,611
26,80M
14C
81,096
51,164
348, 231
7,362
110,894
412
3,793
34,92C
10, 86C
59,646
65,141
29,177
6, 291
2,538

44C
2U1
681
431
85
8,268


$124,264
19,523
1,546
275








368
72,992

80
30,157




5..06


$4,523, 631
40, 18
322

242,41(
19, 864
28,758
48,486
40,398
60,166
92, 03C
35,838
15, 241
16
242, 726
6C
9,06C
4,077
49, 056
1,066
354, 02(
5,331
892

1, 095
11, 63
451
8,232
25, 74E
1,M32
27,
1,61(

40,
181
291
7V


$274, 9560
3
2

72,860
10,412
5,607
874
121
2,038
467

76, 991
100,593
989

317

144,922
137
304

120
617
2,597
520
79


S 2,778 ------- ---------


- ---


German Italian Span-
ish


$514,476 --- $37
446 ------
23 --

53,980 --------... ---
7,887-- ----
1,117 ... -
39,768 $11,113 1
40, 429 --- -- 274
27,164 74,052 356
7,870 25,487 94, 770
5, 744 ..-.... 7
41,299 ------- .....-
------- _----_--- --_-_---
12,666 .8
3,060 --- 156
14,056 ....--

974 -:::- _- :---
153,184 ....--- 51
105,391 ------ --
378 -----------
45,146 -.....- ...

20,846 ...... ......
6,608 ....... ------
7,483--- 4
9,202 -
14,644 ... -
3,596 --- --
46 .

4 --- --- --.......


--------- ------- -------
363-----------
49-----------

9--------
------ ------- -------..


Dutch


$40, 717:
3,474
673

162,023
2,929
299
34,812
211,840
11,571
14,265
485, 201
35,863
2,632
5
125,489
8,667
30
7,033
159, 948

25

16,866
5,644
553

13,244
6,059
1

10


4


Fron- Air
tier
trade
r


Total value of
merchandise


1929


Nrwe- All other
gian


$2,091,178 $946,878
----. 134
1,244 68S

167,411 80,504
8,827 9, 38
19,470 6,666
14, 341 8, 076
16, 832 6, 65f
51,485 26,018
67, 663 29,151
6, 713 4, 48
3,942 11,371
---------- ---------
101,812 35,136C
...- -.. i ..... - -
213 ------

1,186 776
780 401
141,677 139,434
504 302
17,179 47, 65

733 1i, 09t
674 42
36 14
9,865 32,315
15,707 10, 504




1-------
62 .....
10. .....



52........ 4
206 10U

72 M74


--------


1930


$8, 545, 988
65, 609
97,299

780,157
59, 307
56,310
346, 921
729, 079
252,060
351,349
538, 524
108,048
11, 707
470, 199
302,378
34,185
4,157
82,493
162, 517
1,072,069
7,390
110,894
982
4, 546
53,165
12,894
59, 661
65,146
29,832
10,004
2, 548

447
203
875
433
7
214
8,250


$13,457,238
68,618
90,007

1, 156, 620
117, 741
114,967
686, 371
1,175, 616
376,880
464,674
477, 083
172,848
19,180
572,893
434,343
65,388
1,367
102,888
286, 638
1,093,206
12,478
95,432
528
9, 172
56,928
49, 538
217,893
81,848
78,490
17,639
2,017

595
26
570
118
1,056
1,868
22,621









Straits Settlements-
Dutch East Indies-
Siam -----------....
French Indo-China
British East Africa-
Greece---........----
Chile-.....---.....
Turkey ---------..
Esthonia----.......
French Africa..--..
Ceylon ---------....
Latvia ---------.
Panama---......--.
Paraguay...-------
Colombia....------
Portugal.---------
Finland .......-----
British South Africa
Ecuador-.......---
Miquelon, Langley,
and St. Pierre
Islands- .....--
Egypt------------
Newfoundland and
Labrador........
Poland and Danzig.
Madagascar-..----
Morocco......-----
Philippine Islands_
British Guiana ----
Alaska ---------.........----
Canary Islands-....
New Zealand .---
Peru .............--------
Uruguay-..........
Malta, Gozo, and
Cyprus Islands-_.
Honduras--.......
Australia----.......

Total, 1930__
Total, 1929---......
Increase----........
Decrease-----......


----------


----------
----------
----------
45
6


377

761
10

-------- io
lli
7--------
.-....-----


----------

17


----------
----------
----------

---------
---------
i66 ..
- - - -


3,86,17 1 3 289,711-------I-----I -- --- 5,891,--- 9 -------7


3, 867,171
5,302,402

1, 435, 23


403
23,846
444,775
201,642
2,711
970
5,823
278
435
205
1,439
1,897
85
38
34
711
2,822
307
413


2,430
8,628

31
2,070
208
53
8
84,764
128
73
2,710
8


11, 362, 048
17,427,042

6, 064, 994


249, 711
345, 677

95,966


196
4,685

2, 587
2,084
733
5,076
54
204
1,059
741
30
4
10
..- ...--- i
490I
.........
....... -


7, 003

48
267
145
1
8
128


5,893,297
11,265,198

5,371,901


....... 54
....... 56,949



....... 2]
--- 20C
------- -------~
- - - I - - -


2aa aao


171,325 772, 90
194,0211,503,558
22, 696 730, 650


31
3,827
57,415
17,352
68
50
37




761

3

1, 172

223


2,4301 ----- I -----. -
1,113--- ----- --


---9317


1, 634,196 145, 502
1,833,073288,301

198, 877 142, 799


9,010
125,324
7,300






1, 143


691
1, 271
S


866


2,950


- -ma


176 --
5,925 341
44,536 159,763
26,207 -
449 105
109 78
710 45
204 .......---





-- --_- 29-
- -- 81 -----..







149 363



43--

----29,775 --------


32,71-b-----
8 ------
- -- - - - - - -

2---- ---------

------ ---------


- ---------1----1- 1- 1


I1, 503,327
1,776, 540

['JzU


2, 851, 467
2,943,186

-91, 719i


1, 591, 347
1,915,198

323,851


403
23, 846
444, 7751
201,642:
2,711
970
5,868
284
435
205
1, 439
2,274
846
38
44
711
2,933
307
413


2,430
8,628

48
2,070
208
53
8
84, 76
128
71
2,710
_108


5,024
28,070
650,906
458,978
3,413
920
2,515
750
6,426
202
614
20,729
498
2,137
214
1,285
19,802
216
16


3,879
16,766

30
4,612
272
303

33
2,749
4,848
1,655
8,091

49
8
52


-------------
100. 0 15,229,21--
.. ....... 22,729,444

S 7, 500,2


it r








78 REPORT DOMINICAN CUSTOMS RECEIVERSHIP

SCHEDULE No. 3.-Imports, value, and percentage, by ports of entry

1930 1929

Ports
Value Percentage Value Percentage
of whole of whole


Azua--- ---------......... ------------ $200,736 1.32 $275,644 1.21
Barahona---------- 476,392 3.13 657,672 2.90
Comendador ------------------------------------- 1,369 .01 1,674 .01
Dajabon ------------------ --- 896 .....-----.. 1,913 .01
La Romana ---------------------------- 721,463 4.74 1,076,147 4.73
Las Ljas ----------------------------- 5,310 .03 9,904 .04
Macoris------------------- 2,691,920 17.68 3,796,050 16.70
Monte Cristi-------------- ----- 157,154 1.03 390,737 1.72
Puerto Plata... ------........ -------------- 3,374,549 22.16 4, 724,181 20.7
Samana ---------------------------------------- 42, 192 .28 55,787 .25.
Sanchez --- --------370,794 2.43 497,009 2.19
Santo Domingo.-----------.------------------- 7,186,444 47.19 11,242,726 49. 46
Total --.......... .-------------------. 15,229,219 100.00 22,729,444 100.00f


SCHEDULE No. 4.-Statement showing the total value imported into the Dominican
Republic, divided between free and dutiable merchandise, during the calendar year
1930, in comparison with those of calendar year 1929

1930, merchandise 1929, merchandise
Articles Free of Subject to Free of Subject to
duty duty duty duty

Agricultural machinery, tools, and implements-..-..----. $114, 267 .....----- $186,542 ..-..-.....
Animals..... -------- --------------- ---- 3, 332 .......---5,746 --
Books, and other printed matter--.....--------.- 51,470 -- 68,232 ..........
Cars, carriages and other vehicles ------------------ 168,350 $217,536 165,567 $518, 370
Cement --. ----------------------- 171, 037 -- 296,612 -....
Chemical and pharmaceutical products--------------- 64,728 442,971 80,348 581,676
Clocks and watches.--..-----.---- --------- 900 15,799 588 31,594
Coke, briquets and other fuels... ----------- 44,415 ------- 40,739 ...........
Copper and alloys, and manufactures of ------------- 21, 212 73,870 60,611 99, 047
Cork and manufactures of...----- --------------- 2,100 3,382 7,981 4,764
Cotton, and manufactures of. ----------------------- 544 2,364,301 2,484 3,261,031
Earthenware, porcelain, clay, and pottery ------------ 30,381 49,886 59,022 112,296
Explosives......... --------------------------- 5,187 .....-----. 19,091
Feathers, intestines, and manufactures of.. -- .I---------- 1,853 ...---- 3,132
Fertilizers ..................... .------------------- 5,133 ..----- 3,965 .......
Fibers, vegetable and manufactures of---------------- 833, 466 128, 723 671, 572 266,445
Foodstuffs:
Meats ----.. ... -- ------------------- 1,421 596,989 3,251 1,055, 144
Fish -----------------..............-------------------------- 240 338,397 443 461,441
Grains, fruits, vegetables, and preparations of.... 53, 910 2,365,097 108,343 3,275,104
Liquors and beverages---- --------------------- 313,465 --------. 577,059
Canned or preserved goods ----------- ----- 101,752 -----.. -- 184,591
Miscellaneous---------------- 74,752 594,106 118,575 930,447
Glass and glassware..---------------- 7,423 111,464 5, 618 169,336
Gold, silver, platinum, and manufactures of-....---- ----------- 16, 325 ------- 34, 528
Hats and caps --------------------------------------------------..... 105,040 ...------------ 147,015
Hides and skins and manufactures of -------------- 9,656 434,640 21,040 743,373
Iron and steel and manufactures of:
Cast iron -.........----------. ---------------- 27,596 26,788 103,464 24,040
Wrought iron._ ------- -------- 632, 585 266, 656 899,311 433,492
Machinery and apparatus..- ------------- 704,400 94,320 988,569 224,561
Metal wastes and scoriae ----------------------- 53 ------ 3 .........
Musical instruments and parts of---------------- 12,872 ----- 27, 821
Oils, mineral .------------------------------- 346,417 998,399 594, 046 1,354, 252-
Paints, pigments, varnishes, inks, colors, and dyes..- 3, 512 121,909 5,450 10, 860
Paper and manufactures ofL- --- 55, 251 268, 130 74,676 462,134
Pearls, precious stones, and imitations of, unset --------- ------ 22 ------------ .. 155
Perfumery, cosmetics, and other toilet preparations ----- ---------- 89, 375 ----- 143, 156
Plated ware, gold and silver ------ ------------- 16,427 ----- 40,336
Rattan, bamboo, straw, and manufactures of -------------------- 22, 523 2 42,159
Rubber and manufactures of .------------------- 32, 263 197,727 68, 529 310,401
Silk and manufactures of_- ---------------------------- 291, 056 -567, 483
Soap .---------.--------. 319,836 ------ 436,012
Stones and earths and manufactures of --------- 56, 970 3,554 47,349 11,882
Tins, leads, zinc, and manufactures of- -------- 7, 466 23,245 12, 652 43, 174
Wood and manufactures of -- ------------- 271,233 90, 635 516,112 214,662
Wool and manufactures of------. ------------------------- 116,133 -------- 217,586
All other articles ...------ .--------------.- 67, 145 121,658 79,840 217,393
Reimportations .-----.-------- --------------3,543 ....-----. 5,020 ----......
Total--............. .--------------------.. 3,867,171 11,362,048 5,302,402 17,427,042








SCHEDULE NO. 5.-Imports into the Dominican Republic, showing the values, countries of origin, and percentage of increase and decrease,
during the year 1930 in comparison with those of the year 1929


Countries


L Agricultural machinery --.__-___...______... ....._
A nim als-... . . . . . .
Books ....
Cars, carriages a---.----.----- -1--------
o Cem ent . ..--.-- --- - .- -....11.11"
Chemical and pharmaceutical products ----------- _
Clocks and watches-.
Coal, coke, briquettes ---..._... .----.-- --_-
Copper and alloys ... .. .. .. ..-------- ---. __-_- -___
Cork and manufactures -----------.
Cotton and manufactures..
Earthenware, porcelain --. --------11---
Explosives ------.._------- _____ .
Feathers, intestines-----------------
Fertilizers .-- -
Fiber, vegetable---- -------_ -_-__-- _- -- -
Foodstuffs:
Meats-- .
Fish . ..---.__m.. . . .
Grain, fruits ---..--- ____. __- ____. ___-_-_.___.
Liquors and beverages --------------..._. ___. __
Canned or preserved goods ------_-.-- ---.-.
Miscellaneous.._. -. -
Glass and glassware ----------- _--.-... _---_ _--
Gold, silver, and platinum .--__--__---_.._---.-_-
Hats and caps----------- -___ -__ ---___ ___
Hides and skins..----.1 -
Iron and steel:
Cast iron---- ._
Wrought iron ... ---------------...1-
Machinery and apparatus -------. ------__
M etal wastes and scoriae ---------------.-----------
Musical instruments-.-
Oils, mineral ---------_... ... __ _
Paints and pigments-----.-------------_.. _.. _....__
Paper and manufactures --------. ---------..... .__ _
Pearls, precious stones --------. -------_-_..-. ....-. .__
Perfumery and cosmetics -----------.-......_......_
Plated ware, gold and silver ..------_-------_--
Rattan, bamboo--- -- ------
Rubber--- ---------------..-
Silk--..-- ..... .
'oap---- .. ------....,-_ -.. --...- ----


United
States


$77,447
2,923
31,074
354 874
5, 943
301, 247
3, 313
16, 771
76, 575
810
1, 907, 987
26,460
4,474
1, 386
4.844
84, 862
466, 589
25, 264
777, 872
18, 789
53, 706
264, 161
85,463
5,432
31,413
350, 610

28, 182
524, 925
613, 265
53
3,992
954, 303
87, 225
187, 579
18
30, 781
a, 027
7,517
149. 338
232,833
225, 618


Knidodm France Germany Italy


Porto Rico


$1,841
599
1, 215
13, 449
70
--------
251

6, 375
50
5
1
210
145

4,918
-- -- -- -
134
50
869
347
133
257
167
638

1, 087
7,937
15
14, 037
94
1, 293
856
51
209
114
2, 084
339


Cuba



$91
718

2,192

304
1
2,171
3,635


8, 332
286

2, 660
26, 551
79
16, 218
914
36
482
3, 735
38
855
1,120



------------
88
869
701

1, 139
26

30
164
20, 966


$7, 636
2, 452
19, 819

22, 005
35
27, 644
463

252,221
770


111, 883
230
2,751
2, 522
65, 952
380
115,215
243
63
29
2, 096
2, 849
144, 336
24,856
4
104
15,485
2, 810

317
67
257
13,858
2, 912
9. 208


Spain


-----------

$4,357
37
2, 566
82,;865
729

217
21
38, 626
2,501

84

6, 810
7
900
31. 827
27,167
2,413
9,531
1, 642
513
870
1,987
82
20, 262
15, 670

2, 091
7
124
9, 479
42,026
1,382
62
6,459
11, 677
2, 585


$25,376

6,009
418
50, 001
50, 569
4, 383

3,422
80
21, 124
33, 158
677
253
1
7, 013
964
-- -- - -
12, 720
108, 586
429
1,101
19, 390
2,899
333
7,725
843
S121, 686
107,103

6,453
263
16, 910
30,126

10, 905
3. 626
3,629
4,268
6,801
3, 377


p





---- -- $182
------ 158
$639 2,491
14 5,227

2. 290 3,327a
982 ---....

12, 620 211
3 3,774
38,075 34,144
88 2,292
:-1- --- -24

2,817 754
853 1, 168
15 -- ----
1, 786 50, 296
8,105 34,844
18,880 11,099
7, 634 84, 921
51 400
5,824 337
70,923 33
387 74,065

667 1,226
30 5,996
78 13
7 2,567
1, 088 7,675
4 ------------
61 2,436
190 117
2 150
5 11
14, 392 10, 271
2 1,266


ndsr- Denmark


$1 .-------
.. 297 $39 0
- --------.-. ----- -- 9
5,446 46,269 h
11,741 432 -
.----- 23

57------------
........----- 2
518 2 -
356 167 g


5,798 --- --- -- -
122, 434 851
220 --.- -.. -
229, 954 114
14, 983 4,507 0
468 385
58, 921 52,121 r
336 61
50 ----...
85 6 6

2,148 ---..--
5.110 2,489


175 --------
456 ---------
13,988 53
227 1
3 2 ---------1-
40 --------
136 ---.
13 3
56, 339 5 -1









SCHEDULE No. 5.-Imports into the Dominican Republic, showing the values, countries of origin, and percentage of increase and decrease,
during the year 1980 in comparison with those of the year 1929-Continued


United United Nether- Denmark
Countries Porto Ric Cuba United France Germany Italy Spain N r Denmark
Countries States Kingdom Flands


Stones and earths -----------.. ------------- ------ $27, 53 $564 $294 $393 $854 $1, 567 $28, 096 $145 $757 $40
Tin, lead, zinc ....------------------------ 20, 581 47 .-- 446 924 5,854 61 52 501
Woods ............--------------------------------------- 317, 270 29 1, 122 149 4, 347 20, 526 57 1, 380 88 ----------
Wools.....------------------------------- 34, 748 532 148 41,255 4,618 4,453 23, 88 4,505 460--- -
All other articles ..------- -------------------------- 111, 81 4,367 1,334 2, 09 7,602 24,058 11,746 3,792 1,080 157

Total.--.----------- -------------------- 8, 46,988 65, 609 97, 209 895,774 346, 921 729, 079 22, 060 351, 349 538, 524 108 4
Total 9 6 0 9


Agricultural machinery.-----.- ------------------- -.
Animals ..---.------------------------ ---------------
Books .---------------------- -------------------
Cars, carriages ....---------
Cement ------------ ---------------------- ------------
Chemical and pharmaceutical products---------- ------------
Clocks and watches .-.------------------- $85
Coal, coke, briquettes ------ ------- ----------
Copper and alloys .------------------------- 6
Cork and manufactures ..------------- --
Cotton and manufactures---------- ---------- 16
Earthenware, porcelain.. ----------- ------------
Explosives ----------------------------- 1
Feathers, intestines------------------ ------ -----
Fertilizers ------------------------------------
Fiber, vegetable--------------------------------- 2
Foodstuffs:
Meats -------------------------------- -- 7
Fish-------------------------------------- 2
Grains, fruits.-----. -------- ------- 3
Liquors and beverages------------------------ 56
Canned or preserved goods-------------------- 2
Miscellaneous------------..------------ 7
Glass and glassware ---------------------------- 1
Gold, silver, and platinumn------.-------------------
Hats and caps---------------------------------- 16
Hides and skins ------------------------ 18


AmC
Other
countries
1930


$1,784 $114,267
160 3,332
2,514 51,470
4,282 385,886
60,812 171,037
16,296 607,699
155 16,699
956 44 413
956 95,082
793 5,482
61, 793 2, 364, 845
10, 780 80, 267
30 5,187
10 1, 853
78 6, 133
733,445 962,189

103 598,410
309,486 338, 637
1,308,479 2,419,007
3.875 313,465
13,037 101,752
60,327 668,858
10,174 118,887
88 16,325
766 105, 040
2,885 444, 296


mount


1929


$186, 42
5, 746
68, 232
683, 937
296, 612
662, 024
32,182
40, 739
159, 658
12, 746
3, 263, 15
171, 318
19, 091
3,132
3,965
928, 017

1, 08, 395
461, 884
3,383,447
577, 059
184, 591
1,049,022
174,954
34, 528
147,015
764,413


1930 Percel


Increase Decrease 1930


.----- $72,27 0.75
-- 2,414 .02
---- 16,762 .33

..---- -- 125,575 1.12
------ -- 154,326 3.33
-------- 16,483 .11
$3,676 --------- .29
..------- 64,576 .62
-- 7,263 .03
---- 898,670 15. 2
-------- 91,051 .53
------- 13,904 .03
------- 1,279 .01
1,168 ---------- .03
34,172 .--- -------. 6.32

------- 459, 985 3. 93
- 123, 247 2. 22
--- --- 964,440 15.88
---- --- 263, 594 2.06
-------- 82,839 .67
-.----- 380,164 4.39
------ 56,067 .78
-- 18, 203 .11
-------- 41,975 .69
-- ----- 320,117 2.92


ntage


1929


0.82
.03
.30
3.01
1. 31
2.91
.14
.18
.70
.06
14. 36
7
.08
.01
.02
4.08

4.66
2.03
14. 89
2. 54
.81
4.61
.77
.15
.65
3.36


0


0
a


1930


Increase Decrease


.-- 0.07
--.---- 0.1
0.03 -- .4
..------ ... 48
-..--- .19
.42 -...--
.03 w
.11 .
----------.O
------- .03 o
1.16 -- -- .
---- -- .22
--.------ .05
---------- -- .........
.01
2.24 -- - -

---- .73
.19 ..-
.99 ---
----.---- .48
.----- .14
.----- .22
.01 ...
-.---- 04
.04 ----
_- .44


Countries


Dutch
West
Indies


Switzer-
land




$281

1, 286
6,924


11, 644
10


328


640

6
8, 354
79
826
18
59









Iron and steel:
Cast iron ..... ---...-- ---20,242 54,384 127,504 -------- 73,120 .36 .56 -- .20
Wrought iron --------------- 3 336 76,259 899,241 1,332,803 ..------. 433,562 5.90 5.86 .04 ---
Machinery and apparatus. -- -- ---------- 31 35 17, 016 798,720 1,213,130 -----------. 414,410 5.24 5.33 ---- .09
Metal wastes and scoriae .----------------------- .-------.------------- -------- 53 53 ------------ --- -
Musical instruments ..-----...... -------.------------------ 226 12, 872 27,821- ----- 14, 949 .08 .12 .... .04
Oils, mineral ...------------------- --- --- --- 301,508 74.331 1,344, 816 1,948,298 ------ 603,482 8.83 8.57 .26 ..
Paints and pigments ----------------------10 12 1,662 125,421 196,310 ------------ 70,889 .88 .86 .02
Paper and manufactures.- ----------- 13 230 68,346 323, 381 536, 810 --------. 213,429 2.12 2. 36 ---- .24
Pearls, precious stones-------------------------------------- ----------------------- 22 155 133 ----- -------------------
Perfumery and cosmetics---- ---------- 29 45 552 89, 375 143, 156 ..----- 53, 781 .59 .63 ..-- .04
Plated ware, gold and silver ---- ---- ---- ---- 28 2,910 16,427 40,335 -- 23,908 .11 .18 ---- .07
Rattan, bamboo ---- -1 573 10,083 22,523 42,211 .-------- 19,688 .15 .19 -..... .04 0
Rubber ------------------------------------- 5, 771 229, 990 378, 930 --- 148,940 1. 1 1.67 .16
Silk ------------------- -- --.. ..... _ --------. 293 2, 135 7,478 291,056 57, 483 276,427 1.91 2.50 -.... 59
Soap ---. -----------.....------- -------------- 4 127 319,836 436,012 116,176 2.10 1.92 .18 ..
Stones and earths .......-------------- ---------- --- 247 14 60,524 59,231 1,293 ---------. .40 .26 .14 ----
Tin, lead, zinc ------------ -------------------- 1,245 30,711 55,826-- ------ 25, 115 .20 .25 ...-- .05
Woods .----------------- ------- 5 65 16,600 361,868 730,774 ....-----. 368,906 2.38 3.22 ----- .84
Wools .. -------- ----.---------- 75 -- 1,761 116,133 217,586 -------- 101,453 .76 .96 ..- .20
All other articles ------------- 35 25 24,200 192,346 302, 253 ------ 109,907 1.26 1.33 ..---... 07
Total .-------------- ........ ..------. 302,378 4,185 2,962,005 15,229,219 22,729,444 40,309 7,540,534 100.00 100.00 6 .84 5.84

Net decrease $7,500,225 (33 per cent).

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SCHEDULE NO. 6.-Recapitulation of imports

Amount 1930 Percentge of 1930
whole
Countries
1930 1929 Increase Decrease 1930 1929 Irn- De-
crease crease

P. d. P. ct.
United States ----------- $8,545,988 $13,457,238 _...-_ $4,911,250 56.12 59.21 --- -- 3.09'
Porto Rico-- ----.. 65,609 68,618 3,009 .43 .30 0.13 --
Cuba ------------ ------------- 97,299 90,007 $7,292 ....--- .64 .40 .24
United Kingdom:
England ------------- 780,157 1,156, 620 376, 463 5.12 5.09 .03
Scotland..--.---------------- 59,307 117,741 ----- 58,434 .39 .52 .. .13:
Ireland--------------- 56, 310 114, 967 58, 657 .37 .51 __ .14
France ----------------- 346,921 586,371-- 239,450 2.28 2.58 ------ 30'
Germany -- ------------ 729,079 1, 175, 616 446,537 4. 79 5. 17 .38
Italy--------------------...- 252, 060 376, 880 124,820 1.65 1.66 ------ .01
Spain----------------- 351, 349 464,674 113,325 2.31 2.04 .27 -- -
Netherlands ---------- 538,524 477,083 61, 441 --- 3.54 2.10 1.44 --
Denmark------------------ 108,048 172,848 -- 64,800 .71 .76 .05.
Haiti---- ----- --- 11, 707 19, 180 7, 473 08 .08 -- -----
Canada ------------ 470,199 572,893 -- 102,694 3.09 2.52 .57 -
Dutch West Indies--------------- 302,378 434,343 --- 131,965 1.98 1.91 .07 --
Switzerland --- --- 34, 185 65, 388 .-- 31, 203 .22 .29 ... .- 07
Virgin Islands----------- --- 4,157 1,367 2,790 .03 .01 .02 -
British West Indies...------- -- 82,493 102,888 20, 395 .54 .45 .09
Belgium ---- ---- 162,517 286,638_ --- 124,121 1.07 1.26 --- .19'
British India... .---- --- --- 1,072,069 1,093,206 21,137 7.04 4.81 2.23 --
Mexico----..-------- --- --- 7,390 12,478 -- 5,088 .05 .05 ----
Hong Kong--------------------- 110,894 95,432 15,462 ---- .73 .42 .31 -
French West Indies------------ 982 528 454 ..------- .0101 01 .
Argentina------------------ 4,546 9,172----.... 4,626 .03 .04 ...- .01
Sweden-------- ----------- 63,165 56,928 3,763 .35 .25 .10 -
Norway------ -------- 12,894 49,538 -:::. 36,644 .08 .22 ....-- .14
China-------------------- 59,661 217,893 .. 158,232 .39 .96 .----- 57
Japan------------------- 65,146 81,848 ---- 16,702 .43 .36 .07
Czechoslovakia- -------- 29,832 78, 490 -- 48,658 .20 .35 15.
Austria ------- -------- 10,004 17,639 7,635 .06 .08 .02;
Palestine and Syria ------- ----. 2,548 2,017 531 .-- .02 .01 .01
Hejaz, Arabia, and Mesopotamia. 447 595 ______ 148 .
Brazil---------------------- -- 203 25 178 ---- ---
Hungary ---- ------------------- 875 570 305 l ... .01 --.. .01
Persia---------------- ---- 433 118 315 ------- -
Lithuania------------ ----7 1,056 _-..- 1,049 .01 .... .-01
Venezuela---------------- ------- 214 1,868 ..- 1,654 ..---- .01 .. .01
Russia .------------------- 8,250 22.621 ... 14,371 .05 .10---- .056
Straits Settlements------ 403 5,024 ......4 4,621 .__-- .02 02-
Dutch East Indies -------------- 23,846 28,070- _. 4,224 .16 .12 .04 .
Siam.------ ---------....---. 444,775 650,906 -..- 206,131 2.92 2.86 .06 -
French Indo-China-------------- 201,642 458,978 257,336 1.32 2.02--- .704
British East Africa--------------- 2,711 3,413 ---_ 702 .02 .02 .
Greece--------.---------- -- 970 920 50 .----- .01 .------ .01
Chile--------- ------------ ------ 5,868 2,515 3,353 .- .04 .01 .03
Turkey.------------------- --- 284 750 .. 466
Esthonia-------------- 435 6,426 ... 5,991 ------ .03 ----- .03;
French Africa-------- ---------. 205 202 3
Ceylon..----_.. _..--..____-- 1,439 614 825 .01 .01 --
Latvia-------------------------- 2,274 20,729 .----_ 18,455 .01 .09 64- .08-
Panama --- ----------- 846 498 348 01 .01
Paraguay -------------------- 38 2,137 2,099 --- .01 .-. .0L
Colombia------------------------ 44 214 170
Portugal------------- 711 1,285 ---.---- 574 .01 .01
Finland 2,933 19,802 ...---- 16,869 .02 .09 .07
British South Africa ------------- 307 216 91 -----------------
Ecuador ------------------------- 413 16 397 ------- -
Egypt --- ----------------------- 8,628 16,766 .. 8,138 .06 .07 .- 01.
Newfoundland and Labrador -- 48 30 18 -
Poland and Danzig-------- 2,070 4,612 ... 2,542 .01 .02 ------- .01
Madagascar---- .------ -------- 208 272 --64 -
Morocco-------------------- 53 303 -250
Philippine Islands------_ _- 8 -
British Guiana------------ -- 84,764 -- -- 84,764 .-- 56 .- --
Alaska-- ------------------ --.-- 128 33 95
Canary Islands --- -- -73 2,749 .-- 2,676 .01----- .01.
New Zealand ---- --- -- 2,710 4,848-- 2,138 .02 .02
Uruguay---- -------- -...-- 8,0-91,09 -- 8,091- .04 :--- .04
Perui -------. ------. 108 1,655 _1,547 ... .01 ..- .01.
Malta Gozo and Cyprus Islands ---- 49 __ 49
Honduras --- -----------._--------_..g- 8
Australia --- ----------- ______ 52 ____ 52 -
Miquelon, St. Pierre, and Lang-
ley Islands---------------- 2,430 3,879 ---- 1,449 .02 .02
Total ------....-.. --- .. 15,229,219 22,729,444 178,720 7,678,945 100.00 100.00 6.32 6.32.

Net decrease $7,500,225 (33 per cent).









SCHEDULE NO. 7.-Total imports, by months, ports, and duties collected


Ports



Azua------------------
Barabona.------------
Comendador ----
Dajabon---------------
La Romana---
Las Lajas -------
Macoris---------------
Monte Cristi ------------
Puerto Plata -----
Samana---------------
Sanchez------------
Santo Domingo.------

Total, 1930---------- 1
Total, 1929 -------
Decrease .-------------


Janu-
ary



$20,313
65, 359
262
95
103,471
454
404, 67C
17,243
280, 50E
3,57E
55, 741
765, 967


Febru- March
ary


$22,445
40,402
99
63
109,130
869
246,749
11,295
172,223
4,358
26,359
622, 734


, 717, 6671, 256, 726
2, 138, 959 ,800,213
421, 292 543,487


Auril


$8,097 $15,534
101,622 25,969
20 74
140 2~
68,217 61,897
659 1, 415
263, 779 208, 295
5,728 20, 277
293, 781 230, 59'
4, 351 4, 34
36, 248 30,37(
656,195 432,26W


May June


$16,112
55,468
78
35
59, 382
688
233,704
13, 139
261,929
5, 366
26,643
675, 075


$12, 735
25, 091
122

37, 841
212
200,767
11, 554
290, 524
2, 41i
25, 947
514, 321


1, 438, 837 1, 031, 057 1, 347, 6191, 121, 541
1,885,090 1,775, 608 2,129, 3601, 893, 31S
446,253 744, 551 781, 741 771, 76


July August Septem-
July U S ber


$22, 641
17,289
174
44
29,822
853
200,888
10,921
325, 593
6,191
26,458
521,303


1, 162, 177
1, 754, 394
592,217


$12, 458
22, 666
160
111
37,262
30
177,003
20,121
434, 336
1,871
19, 916
544,272


$9, 014
7, 76
178
147
26, 828
45
156,530
7, 243
277, 781
2, 64(
24,677
487, 76,


Octo- Novem-
ber her


$23,652
27,049
31
93
62,751
49
183,172
19,344
305, 712
4,296
24, 976
607, 852


1, 270,2061, 00, 612, 258, 977
2,023417 1,421, 0491, 887, 684
753, 211 420, 437 628,707


$11, 918
26, 832
96
97
42,479
25
161, 764
9,194
220,917
265
39, 549
618, 930


1,132, 066
1,926,282
794. 216


Amount
Decem-
her
1930 1929


$25, 817 $200,736 $275,644
60,885 476,392 657,672
74 1, 369 1, 674
40 896 1, 913
82,379 721,463 1,076, 147
14 5,310 9,904
254, 599 2,691, 920 3,796,050
11,095 157, 154 390,737
280, 646 3, 374, 549 4,724,181
2, 516 42, 192 55, 787
33,897 370,794 497, 00O
739, 769 7, 186, 444 11,242, 726

1,491, 73015, 229, 219 -----..
2,094, 076 -.... 22,729, 444
602,346 7, 500, 225 ....


Import duties

1930 1929


$64,213 $74, 705
70,180 105,147
343 419
224 478
123, 930 173, 609
1,327 2, 399
629,201 889,871
42,555 109,910
872,4811,096, 945
7,855 9, 601
77,593 133,378
1, 615,4362, 294,961

3,505,338 ---
. 4, 891, 423
1, 386,085 ....


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SCHEDULE NO. 8.-Exports from the Dominican Republic during the calendar year
1930, showing values and countries of destination in comparison with those of
calendar year 1929.


4 Jan. 1 to Dec. 31, 1929
Article and country
Quantity Value


Animals:
Cattle-
Haiti. ------ ----
Dutch West Indies --------------
British West Indies .--..- ------
Total-..-------____ ...--- ..----
All other-
Porto Rico ---------------- ---
Haiti--- ------------
Dutch West Indies..------
British West Indies ------- -
French West Indies... ----------------
Total_..--_----_ ---_____ --.
Bran:
Porto Rico .. ..----- - - - - - --
Cuba-------- -----
Haiti-.....--------------------.
Dutch West Indies..----
British West Indies -------
Total-.....- ...........__.._-----------
Beans and seeds:
Beans-
United States.--.------------
Porto Rico---- -----
Cuba----_ -----
Haiti ---------.-
Dutch West Indies --
Virgin Islands ---------.. -----
British West Indies---- --
French West Indies -------..........
Total ..----------..................
Al other-
United States..-------- -----
P orto R ico ..-- - - - ---- -. -
United Kingdom-England---....
Germany--------------------....-.-- -
Netherlands --------
Haiti --- --- ---
Dutch West Indies.----... ----
Virgin Islands---- ----
British West Indies-.................-
French West Indies-------------... ....
Nicaragua----------------------------
Total----------- ----------..
Beeswax:
United States-----------
France-----------
Germany---- ------ ...
Netherlands---------------...---- ..-..
Dutch West Indies---- -----
Total------------ ------
Cacao, crude:
United States .. ..----- - -
Porto Rico--------------------------
Cuba----------- --------
France .---------------______._- -.-
Germany -------. -----------. ----__
Italy----
Spain.----------- ...__--_--. .......
Netherlands ---------
Virgin Islands--....- ----
Mexico...----.....------- ----.........
Total-....................................


Number
1, 767
120
83


$36, 124
5,014
1,189


Jan. 1 to Dec. 31, 1930


Quantity


Number
986
1, 801
132


Value


$18, 539
68, 510
1, 549


1,970 42, 327 2,919 88,598

3,625 11,811 7,727 8,837
1,415 3, 8655 1, 216 2,390
180 125 8, 147 3,077
42 353 26 514
6- 4 250
5,262 16,144 17,180 15,068
Kilos Kilos
35, 949 1,269 62, 096 2,154
112,730 3,942 26,003 776
4,000 400 -- --------------
1,468 33 -----------------------
24,751 1,055 23,310 978
178,898 6,699 111,409 3,908


13,044 1,586 35,233 3,309
580, 415 74, 706 682,465 76, 687
72,619 10,674 41,756 3,689
27,119 2,092 17,796 1, 43
87,974 9,483 62, 688 4,864
1,170 111 135 21
300 27
38,256 5, 534 24, 359 2,983
820, 597 104,186 864,732 93, 23

112,262 11,990 6,876 618
192,228 21,524 11, 812 1,631
27,749 354 51,777 532
5------- 00 25
18,344 1,400
1,884 260 687 55
24,412 2,974 20,630 1,273
461 43----------------
746 38 691 29
91 10 ---- -- ----
-------------- 0 10
359,832 37,193 111,367 5, 573

136, 051 82,658 131, 932 57,286
3,015 1,921
1,968 1,008 8,702 3.591
1,100 440 ------- -------------
20 12 200 100
139,139 84,118 143,849 62,898

20,744,673 3,752,258 20, 083,524 2,615, 286
93, 100 20,244 39, 150 6, 937
--------- 24,150 2,750
14, 195 2, 700 32, 200 6,610
31,595 7,000 -------
1,574 218 710 84
15,916 3,325 8,000 1,500
49, 660 9,650 52,394 7,900
100 11 ----. .... -------
371,369 74,678 460,848 68,672
21,322,182 3, 870, 084 20,700, 976 2,709, 739









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SCHEDULE No. 8.-Exports from the Dominican Republic during the calendar year
1980, showing values and countries of destination in comparison with those of
calendar year 1929-Continued


Article and country


Coconuts and copra:
United States -------------------
Porto Rico ---------------------------------
Spain__ .-----------------.__-
Dutch West Indies ------------------ .
Virgin Islands ----- ------------
British West Indies ....-------------

Total .-. - .... .- -- ------- -.---
Coffee:
United States ------------------------------
Porto Rico --------------
Cuba __ -----------
United Kingdom-England ---------
France ----------- ---------------------
Germany -_ --
Italy -------------------------
Spain .---_- __ -------------.
Netherlands .------------------
Denmark -... ---- --------------
Dutch West Indies ...-- -- ------- ----
Belgium. ---------------------
Virgin Islands ----------------
British West Indies ----------
Canary Islands -------------------
French West Indies ........---------------
Egypt ------ --------------
Palestine and Syria ----------------------
Total ..... ... .- ----- - -

Corn:
Porto Rico ------------------------
Cuba ......---------------------
Germany --------- -------
Haiti_ ----------------
Dutch West Indies .. ------
Virgin Islands -------------------------
British West Indies ---- ---------
Mexico .--------------------------------
French West Indies --. --------
Total --.-----------------

Divi-divi:
United Kingdom- England ---------------
Germany --------- ------
Netherlands ---------------------
Total-- ------.-------

Dyes, Porto Rico -----------------------------
Fibers, vegetable:
Cotton, raw-
United Kingdom- England....----....
France --------------------------------
Germany ----------------------------
Total -.... ---------.-

Vegetable wool-
Porto Rico -----
Cuba --------------._ -.
Haiti..... - --- ---------------------.
Dutch West Indies ------------------
Total .. ....----------.... ----

All other-
United States.........-------------
Porto Rico -------------------.
Cuba -.- --- ---------------------
Haiti ------- ----------.
British West Indies ----------
Total -----------------


Jan. 1 to Dec. 31, 1929


Quantity


Kilos
2, 336
80


Value


Jan. 1 to Dec. 31, 1930


Quantity Value


Kilos
10,266 $214
32,161 2,093
25,964 632
1,620 32
4,010 105


5,781 263 74,021 2,976

654,703 276,547 572,313 169,470
602, 725 333, 213 767, 836 298,673
1,'228, 007 529, 666 913, 773 267, 765
960 350 936 190
2, 052, 823 889,445 1, 262, 051 336, 612
39,311 12,660 311,315 94,437
304, 160 125,170 361, 711 114, 097
392, 125 178, 863 56665, 194 176, 261
125,013 55,941 39,514 10,369
15, 400 6, 657 17, 800 4,387
6,005 1, 66 10,943 3,577
76 30 11,375 3,375
1, 472 746 1, 204 477
90 16
456 180 3, 085 735
83,974 32,804 5,640 1,977
1,540 600-- --- ---------
-.------. ---- 2,464 600

5, 507, 748 2, 444, 238 4,847, 244 1,483, 008

4,750, 164 203,782 8,946,106 215,931
1,821,844 72,680 ------
4,275,789 107,135 -- ------
82 8 131 7
1, 060, 806 44 875 2, 161, 883 6, 241
9,387 241 49,508 1,561
78,640 3,143 124, 040 3, 30
----------- 500,400 8,000
104, 116 5,327 11, 143 4,768

12, 100, 828 437, 191 11, 897, 210 299,038

5,790 142 .. -------
485, 525 10, 925 828,320 13, 520
----- 30,250 450

491,315 11,067 858,570 13,970
2,310 483 123 25


13,683 4,088 15,914 3,412
-- 5,862 875
2,425 720 12,833 1,934

16, 108 4, 808 34, 609 6, 221

886 87 4, 381 1,197
36, 173 9,979 40, 556 10, 889
625 48 ------ --------------
.. --. ------ -- 218 27

37,684 10,114 45,155 12, 13

12,198 2,146 ---- -------------
----- 68 1
3,630 103 1,100 400
3,358 180 5,191 121
2,300 100 .. ---- ----

21,486 2,529 6,359 522










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SCHEDULE NO. 8.-Exports from the Dominican Republic during the calendar year
1930, showing values and countries of destination in comparison with those of
calendar year 1939-Continued


Article and country


Fruits, fresh:
United States .....-....---------
Porto Rico.----
Haiti------------------------
Dutch West Indies ...---------- ---
Virgin Islands ...-----.---------
British West Indies.-------------

Total--------- ----------
Hides and skins:
Goatskins-
United States... ... .....---------
Germany _-----------
Total........----- ----------
Hides of cattle-
United States..--.- ------- -----. ----.
Porto Rico ---------
Cuba---...... ----------
France --------------------------------
Germany --------- --------
Spain ---------------
Netherlands.------------------------
Portugal ------------------------------
Total ..... ---------

Sole leather-
United States.. ....--------------
Porto Rico ... ...-------------.
Cuba ----. ....-- .....--------
Haiti --------------__
Dutch West Indies... ----
Virgin Islands --------
British West Indies ---- - -

Total..------------
Honey:
United States ----- ------
United Kingdom-England ------
France --------------------
Germany --------------------------------
Netherlands -----------------------------
Dutch West Indies ----------
Virgin Islands-- ------------
French West Indies .........-------------
Total. --_ --- ----

Malanga (yautias):
United States ------------
Porto Rico -------------------------------.......
Haiti-...-__- . ... .......--------
Dutch West Indies -.. ...-----------------
Virgin Islands ----------------------
British West Indies.. ----------------

Total-- --------
Matches:
United States ..-..--------- ---
Haiti-.......-...- ..... ..--- ------------

Total--.....--. ---------
Molasses:
United States ---...... ----- --
Porto Rico. ------------ -------
Total-- ------------- ---


Jan. 1 to Dec. 31, 1929


Quantity


Kilos
3,828
405,021
381
760
1, 686
19, 280


Value


Jan. 1 to Dec. 31, 1930


Quantity


Kilos
7,001
824
127
63,587
38
42,463


Value


$236
51
3
2,183
2
707


430,956 9,224 114,040 3,182


213, 498 162, 373 200,370 140,444
-------------- 1,200 800

213, 498 162, 373 201, 70 141,244

467,784 14, 434 495,316 94,390
1,551 745 1,656 402
171 49 ----- -
1,373 714 ----.. ----
371,425 119,305 590, 306 102,295
4,009 1,711 1,888 66
1,582 400 -- ------
-- ----- --.---------- 6,339 1,500

847, 895 268, 368 1,095,60 199, 153

-- ------- 64 327
9,907 6, 981 6, 491 3, 716
167 80---
93 74 79 63
9, 783 8, 128 5, 888 3, 954
864 1,105 1,104 783
20 18 112 35

20,834 16,386 13, 738 8,878

5,400 440 3,669 367
158,925 11,720 97,390 6, 33
9,045 873 129,791 9,079
914, 717 109, 915 982,154 83, 786
257 50 --
278 28 4, 933 380
513 17 --- -
------------- ---- 15,758 1,802

1,089, 135 123, 043 1, 233, 695 101,947

307,463 10,158 399, 743 9,979
380, 840 6, 817 137, 111 2,144
. ..-------- ------------ 7,743 164
...----- -- --------. 82,071 2,227
12,689 267 11,250 225
13,820 285 20,240 413
714, 812 17, 527 658, 158 15,152

19 9 --------
-------------- ------------- 3 1
191 9 3 1

100, 615, 369 688, 575 91, 704, 520 74, 285
1,307 65 --- -------
100, 616, 676 688, 640 91, 704, 520 745, 285









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SCHEDULE No. 8.-Exports from the Dominican Republic during the calendar year
1930, showing values and countries of destination in comparison with those of
calendar year 1929-Continued


Jan. 1 to Dec. 31, 1929


Quantity


Value


1 1- 1 1


Plantains:
United States.......-------------- ---....
Porto Rico.-.................--------------
Haiti----------..........------------------.....
Dutch West Indies...------. ----------
Virgin Islands ..................
British West Indies .................-
Total............--- ------ -------------
Pitch and resins:
United States---------------------
United Kingdom-England.....-----------
Germany------ -----
Total .---......--------------------.
Shells and bark, Porto Rico ---.......--.......
Sugar:
Raw-
United States .. .. -- ----------
Porto Rico -------- -----------
United Kingdom-
England... .....--------------------
Scotland ------ ------------
Ireland -.................------------------
France -----.....-------------------
Netherlands----............----------..-----....
Haiti ....... ...------- ..--------------
Canada ....--------------------------
Dutch West Indies.-----------------
Belgium -----------------------
Virgin Islands -------------------
British West Indies..----.----------
French West Indies.....-----------.---
Sweden---..-...---------------------
Total-.......----....-------------------
Refined-
United States..----------.--- ------
Porto Rico ---------------------
Haiti --------------------- -------
Dutch West Indies -------..--------
Virgin Islands ------ ......-------------
Colombia-...------------------------
Total....----....- .... -----------.
Sugarcane, Porto Rico----........------------.
Tobacco and manufactures of:
Leaf tobacco-
United States.......------.-----------
France..----------------.--------------
Germany....--------... --------------.
Spain -- --------------------- -----
Netherlands- ----------.. ----------
Haiti ------------ ---------------
Belgium .-----..---------.-------------
Virgin Islands ......------------------
British West Indies ..---------------
Canary Islands -.----------------- -
Morocco .-----..---------- -------
French Africa ..----------.------------
Uruguay ------------------------- -
Chile..... ------------------------
Gibraltar......------ ----------- --
Argentina ...---------.---------------
Total-...----- ---------------


Kilos
247,742
3, 550, 302
8,862
3,518
51,192

3, 861, 616


$7,188
118, 483
317
114
909

127,011


Jan. 1 to Dec. 31, 1930


Quantity


Kilos
256,776
2,661,508
18,367
8,529
44,985

2,990,165


Value


$5,346
51,713
422
168
88--- 71---
922

58, 571


14,244 7, 526 5,130 1,979
5,457 2,681 5,128 2,871
--------- 72 25

19, 701 10, 207 10, 330 4,875
179, 500 4,861 ..---------- ------


3,191,800 102, 500 6, 516, 856 200, 631
--------- 2,800 140
53,496,047 2, 076, 258 62, 886,305 1,852,406
-- -- 5, 430,479 171,464
179, 363,959 6,678, 599 185 256, 862 5,210,640
36, 073,038 1,428, 503 60,974,203 1,775,261
3,884, 975 149,189 5,373,176 169,127
38,871 3,577 2,098 93
41,939,369 1,648,208 11,629,207 279,353
272,161 13,062 477,077 18,353
1,524,075 42,000
854, 993 41,503 1,720,675 59,433
108,707 5,015 173,941 5,771
58,975 3,161 62,072 3,200
2, 805, 327 109,256 3,950,719 122,417
322,088,222 12,258,831 345,980,545 9,910,289

6,900 427 2,946,586 160,000
------------ 1,473,477 80,010
500 60 ......-------.-------
282,344 18,877 142,475 6,250
196, 661 13, 290 94,912 5,735
-------- --- 102,234 5,000
486,405 32,654 4,759,684 256,995
242,040,394 931,203 190,833, 501 743,442


63,757 7,050 30,678 4,640
5,172,771 410,188 4,179,266 318,082
6, 536, 671 552,372 4,834,732 371,969
1 6..-------.-------------- 2, 218 200
3,198,536 279, 333 2, 357,066 210,630
31 50 3,667 412
938,535 73,117 1,098,056 75,029
500 100 .........-----.. -----
240 33 172 23
100, 902 9, 787 271,177 28,854
29,539 1,800 ------- ---
332,161 24,298 95,242 7,780
84,805 21, 594 82, 898 13, 261
3,068 1,560 ........----------------------
13,612 1,000
2,700 200 1,379 126
16,464,216 1,381,482 12,970,063 1,032,005
[7 6 --- --32,----01


Article and country









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SCHEDULE NO. 8.-Exports from the Dominican Republic during the calendar year
1930, showing values and countries of destination in comparison with those of
calendar year 1929-Continued


Jan. I to Dec. 31, 1929 Jan. 1 to Dec. 31, 1930
Article and country
Quantity Value Quantity Value


Tobacco and manufactures of-Continued.
Cigars-
United States-----... .. ._.....
Cuba -- ----------
United Kingdom-
England-----------......--___
Ireland --------------------. ........
Haiti .----------.- -------_-.._..
Dutch West Indies..---- ---------
Belgium--- -..-.............___-__.
Uruguay...--- ..- ....-...........
Nicaragua __------------...__ .__
Panama .--------------......-.......--
Egypt....___ ... ... ..__ .__. ._. _. .
Chilem...a--- ------------.....--......
Guatemala --.. .. .. -.

Total-----------.---. .....-...

Cigarettes-
United States __________-----
United Kingdom-England..------
Netherlands .....--------------__._.
Haiti- ----.. ----
Dutch West Indies ....--
Virgin Islands---..---------.-. __--
Nicaragua--- ----............. -
Panama------------- -----........
Egypt .. ----- ----.. ................
Guatemala ..... ____---- ...._. ___---_-

Total.. -....- .._-----------------
Turtle shell:
United States------------ ----...............
United Kingdom-England -_ _..-- -__
France------- .......... ............

Total-..--------------- ----......

Wheels for casters, of hardwood, United States.
Woods:
Dyewoods-
Logwood, Germany...-------------
All other, Germany---.. _______-----

Lignum-vitee-
United States -----
Porto Rico ------- -------..---
United Kingdom-England --------.
Germany -- ---------
Netherlands ---- -----
Total ------.-----.. ...... .........

Bastard lignum-vitse-
United States ------------------ -
United Kingdom-England ----.------
France----------------------.-.-... -_-
Germany -.-. ----------- --
Italy------ --------------..

Total------_________-----

Mahogany-
United States ------
Porto Rico----------------
United Kingdom-England -----. -
France...---- --------
Germany----------------
Italy.--- ----------
Spain... ----
Dutch West Indies....----------
Virgin Islands----
British West Indies.........-------
French West Indies.... ---------

Total.-------............ ..


Hundreds

100

40
30
1,203
67

250
2, 82
--------------------------
100
90
238

5,000


$400
187
135
5, 654
258

1,245
12,714
670
630
1,009
22,802


Hundreds
10
250

90
1,079
204
160
250
1,790
21
40
110
110

4,114


$104
1,000

----------------------------- --------------
405
5,158
1,130
765
1,395
8,401
174
290
606
440

19,867


142 65
---------- 100 10
---- ------- 500 100
136 39 13 6
335, 000 55, 990 337, 850 56, 630
2,500 385 2, 750 435
200 24 800 96
-------. 600 72
200 40 .................
200 40 .. .................

338,378 56,583 342,613 57,349

Kilos Kilos
17 96 5 12
511 4,750 950 6,530
79 122 45 275

607 4,968 1,000 6,817

143,663 7,929 98,961 5,516

250, 771 2, 709 504, 375 4,944
27,000 324 49,050 588

1,192,384 19,095 520,839 20, 597
----------...--. 2,500 20
3,057,162 71,089 1,673,526 48,188
418, 030 10,971 232, 754 10,988
45, 475 2,950 60,476 1,008

4,713,051 104,105 2,490,094 80,801

568,096 4, 215 65, 139 657
996,288 31,236 460,931 10,256
178,786 3, 615 140,970 2,905
102,480 2,725 24,291 480
1,000 40 --
1,846, 650 41,831 691,331 14,298

401,609 9,910 68,476 3,024
189,053 11,151 160,325 9,536
376, 513 12, 968 300,872 13, 288
57,920 1,870 12,600 375
7,610 231 2,600 100
33,323 1,078 20,000 600
----- ----16,500 660
5,850 481 40,796 2,861
750 40
200 11 1,824 90
--- -5,500 254

1,072,078 37,700 630,142 30,828









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SCHEDULE NO. 8.-Exports from the Dominican Republic during the calendar year
1930, showing values and countries of destination in comparison with those of
calendar year 1929-Continued


Jan. 1 to Dec. 31, 1929 Jan. 1 to Dec. 31, 1930
Article and country
Quantity Value Quantity Value


Wheels for casters, of hardwood, United States-
Continued.
Railroad ties-
United States---------..--
Porto Rico--------...........
Cuba---.. ............----
Total-------------------..........-..
Post and other worked woods-
Porto Rico----... -----------
Dutch West Indies ..----- -- -
Total-.-------
All other-
United States-....--- -- -----
Porto Rico-.....----- -----
United Kingdom-England-....----
France--. ------------
Germany..---.................-......
Italy ----------------------------- ------
Netherlands ------------.----
Haiti--- --------------
Dutch West Indies...----. ----......
Belgium----............-----__-......_
British West Indies-------...............
Total...............------.........
All other domestic merchandise:
Animal products-
United States....---------- ..
Porto Rico-..-.......................
France----------------------- --.........
Germany------------------------------
Haiti----...-.... --...........
Dutch West Indies..................
Total.....--.........................
Manufactured products-
United States...... -----------
PortoRico-------------.....................------------
Cuba.. --------..... . .------
United Kingdom-England-----
Germany-...--......-----...-- ...-----
Italy-------------------------------..
Spain-....-- -- .--....- -.....
Netherlands ...----------.................
Haiti. --------
Dutch West Indies--...............
Virgin Islands ....--------------------
British West Indies......---------.....
French West Indies-- ----..........
Colombia-------.....----------......................--
Total --------------.............................
Mineral products:
United States........----------
Dutch West Indies.--------
Total--- ------..................... ...
Vegetable products-
United States... -------
Porto Rico ....------------------------
France ----- -------------------
Haiti ------------------------
Dutch West Indies----.... ----
Virgin Islands....-----------------
British West Indies..------------
Total....--------------.......................


Kilos
200
4,170, 747
--------------I


Kilos
$5 .... --
40,519 3,727,075
-- 800


$33,162
20


4,170,947 40,524 3,727,875 33,182

167,716 1, 582 475, 752 1, 783
38, 000 192 34, 500 262
205,716 1,774 510,252 2,045

138,950 2,571 66,901 1,635
247,887 2,507 98,477 1,038
516,797 6, 379 127,856 1,733
217,879 2,688 238,237 3,009
25,750 386 -----. ...............
423 37 ------ ---- ----------
--.. ------ ........... ....... 14,420 120
14,420 120
3, 30 43 594 24
91 3 11,250 450
10,180 100 -. ---------- ---..-..
430 29 750 38
1,161,917 14,743 558, 485 8,047


718,318 2,200 360,000 2,520
200 62 .....------
575 50 ... ------------
----- ------ 850 21
2,646 230 12,105 565
---- ..........- 2,910 1,028
721,739 2, 542 375, 865 4, 134

4,679 966 9,609 2, 089
7,985 3,233 71,272 1,952
110 38 ----.. --------------
96 560--.. -----------
-------.----- .... 804 71
357 100 636 991
4,053 2,090 -
16 15 59 30
1,581 108 2,862 299
17,123 8,164 161,080 16,326
10 3
300 20 805 344
46 20 -------- ...
507 3,613 ..--------
36,853 18,417 247,137 22, 106

77 20 6,450 1,134
-----......- 1,640 26
77 20 8,090 1,160

20,119 1,437 66,559 2,079
124,906 233 129,842 283
2,150 325
2,646 103 1,836 85
99,767 1,837
3,446 112 2,589 76
18,115 333 8, 986 159
171,381 2,543 309, 579 4, 18









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SCHEDULE NO. 8.-Exports from the Dominican Republic during the calendar year
1980, showing values and countries of destination in comparison with those of
calendar year 1929-Continued

Jan. 1 to Dec. 31, 1929 Jan. 1 to Dec. 31, 1930
Article and country
Quantity Value Quantity Value

Reexports:
Foreign merchandise- Kilos Kilos
United States .......--- ------------ 267,169 $119,389 334,728 $118,917
Porto Rico -----.. ------------- 777, 27 110,203 299, 513 72,93
Cuba -------------------------------- 1,937 3,694 16,505 7,960
United Kingdom-England------------ 3, 11 1,892 1,094 734
France .........-------------..------ 15,070 1,608 9,268 1,788
Germany.---.. ------------------ 3,467 2,082 28,144 8,274
Italy----------------------------- 3,457,977 14,696 921 156
Spain..------------------ --- ------ 3,890 4,02 1,600 193
Netherlands----------------------.--------- --- ------------.- 4,173 4,947
Denmark. -------------- -- -- 135 100 ------ ---.......
Haiti...----.......--------... -----.. 26,251 11, 169 18,072 4,292
Canada ...-. ------------.. 568 300 .-.. ---- -----
Dutch West Indies -------------------- 1,872 1,862 36,182 9,190
Belgium ..--.- .. 212 261 ...... .............
British West Indies.................... 325 22 9,938 574
French West Indies. .-----.. ------.... 450 32 14,795 6,618
Argentina-----...--.. -- ---- --- 2,882 1,566 ...... .. ---
Venezuela-----.......----- --.. -------- 70 300 -...- .... -............
Guatemala ....---...... ---.----------. 29 20 ...........-............
Japan..................------ --- ----- 51 609
Brazil.-- --......... ----------.--- .------------.-- 886 210
Norway --..---..-....... ---- .-------------------- -----------. 2,160 625
Total..................-------------- 4,563,123 273,730 777,969 237,413








SCHEDULE -No. 9.-Recapitulation of exports
[All these exports are duty free]


Countries Domin- Ame
Dlan American
ican
United States --....--- -- .---- $3,119,913
Porto Rico ...-----........... $20,147 1,426,221
Cuba ...------------- 11,535
United Kingdom:
England....--- -- 45,928
Scotland-.... --------- ----
Ireland.--..............................---- -... ..---
ance-------------..--------....... --------..... 271,677
Germany.---- --- ----- ..--..--.. 155,809
Italy --.......---------- ....-..------ 93, 510
Spain--........................ ...... 32,940
Netherlands ------------------------- 23, 291
Denmark ..... .............. ....... 4,387
Haiti.---...... .______ ...----------- -----
Canada-...-- ---. ... ---- ... 78,291
Dutch West Indies.------- ----30,448 1,009
Belgium ---........-------- .4,175
Virgin Islands..--- ....... 1,333 41,172
British West Indies.........------ 6,371 515
Canary Islands .........................
French Africa-------------- --- 1,800
Mexico ...--.--------- --- 14,628
Uruguay..--- -----------..-...-- 10,416
Nicaragua ..----------.. ----------------- 10
French West Indies---------------------- 50
Panama ----------------------- -------- 246
Egypt::--------------------- -------- 290
Chile ------- --- --- 605
Guatemala ------- -- ---- 240
Colombia.. ----------- -... -
Sweden.---.-- -.. ......-......---
Palestine and Syria ------------- -- 600
Brazil ..----- ---------- -----. 210
Norway ..--- -- -- -- --- -
Gibraltar------- -- ----
Argentina ------------- ----- ----
Portugal-. ----------- ---- --------
Morocco --------- ---- --- ------
Venezuela ------- -------
Japan--------------- ---- ----

Total, 1930.--- ---... 58,299 ,339, 468
Total, 1929---........-------- 125,479 8,745,211
Decrease, 1930.----------- 67.180 3, 405, 743


Carrying trade by nationality of vessels, 1930


Cuban


$123, 45
273,23(
















6,07,


British F rench German


$212,472........
.......... $26, 781
---.-------. .. -


831, 131
171,464
2, 597, 27
749, 081
----.-----


168,964(


25, 76(

3,19(

6, 43
-.---------
----------
----------


$162,66(
201
1,00(

183, 891

128, 931
299, 56&
235,331
1, 50(
20(
4, 741

6, 451

91, 131
58,471
64
2,031
4,656,
1,10(
18,081

8,49,



20(
----------


5,00(


621


SItalian


Spanish Dutch


$10,354
----- --8,180
$9,474 --- ---------


1, 046, 762
206, 500

600








4, 178
4, 460
22,843
-- ---_- --
- - -
----------


$130,724


50




14, 171


282,106

463, 207
368, 766

1, 500
209, 409

3, 000

147, 762
55, 333
22, 289
460
6, 385
80


312, 141
39,654





98







i5, 863


Norwe-
gian
$679, 64
9, 221


67, 851

138, 676
9,001
62, 22(
20,318
12, 941
------ --
-- -----

42,078
----------
----------
3, 79C

20C
350
9,621
4,240


All other

$183,071
189

535, 765

836,192
240,067
6,741

3, 168
----------

133, 224

174


---,- 427
5, 427
----------


- ,939







-------- --- 1i,'000
------ -- - - -
- - - - - -


Fron-
tier
trade


$24, 794


----------I------------


........... .......
1 122,417-




1,---------
1,100---------

. . . . .. . . . _.. .


Total value of
merchandise
1930 1929

$4, 368,121 $, 427, 1
1,614,400 1, 914, 3
295,239 631, 3


403,116 4,765,460 394, 41 1,214,365 1,294,807 144, 94 1, 783,83 1,061,778 2,066,433 24,784 100. 0018, 551,841-
602,686 5,561,843 399,332 1,294,9 1, 91 1,766,379 183,410 1,331,477 1,362,429 2,305,633 7,627 ---- ------ 23,736,4


S199, 701 796. 3831 4,7911 80,6361 471, 5721 38,465) 547,6241 300,6511 239,1981 32,843


I........ 5,184, 656---.....


--~------


' ' '


Per-
cent-
age of
whole
23.55
8.70
1. 59

10. 49
.92
28.09
13. 24
3.76
.62
.98
2.19
.02
.19
1.51
1.46
.65
.37
.09
.16
.04
.41
.08
.04
.12


.01

.03
.66

.01
.01

.01


02
29

44

4
01
68 B
39
14
8
57
11
95
08
78
08
13 a
13
7
98
78 0
i9





13
56





10


37
-7
cD


1, 946, 682
171, 464
5, 211,'04,
2,456, 792
697, 84
115, 928
181,473
406,081
4,387
34,642
279,353
270, 456
121, 169
68, 822
15,824
29,589
7, 780
76, 672
14, 656
8, 507
21, 852
246
290
60Z
440
5, 000
122, 417
600
210
626
1,000
126
1,500


2, 224, 1

6, 678, 73
2, 742, 7
940, 4
141, 23
190, 0
497, 9
6, 6
64, 3
1,648, 5
171, 1
73, 5
58, 1
13, 0
9, 9
24,29
74, 6
22, 8
12, 73
46,81

1, 2
2,01
1,01
3, 6
109, 21



1, 7
1, 8
31
6(








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SCHEDULE No. 10.-Total exports, values, and percentage, by ports of entry


1930 1929

Ports
Value Percentage Value Percentage
of whole of whole

Azua ....----- -----------.-------------- $259, 280 1.39 $353,345 1.49
Barahona-------------------- 1,848,383 9.96 2,244,266 9.46
Comendador... ----- ---------------------. 9,065 .05 35,393 .15
Dajabon ..-----------....................... 7,749 .04 6,875 .03
La Romana ----------- 4,047, 09 21.81 4,377,209 18.44
LasLajas ----------- 7,970 .04 15,359 .06
Macoris -.------- 5-- -------------- ,957,678 32.11 6,594,878 27.78
Monte Cristi------------------------------------- 154,683 .83 305,688 1.29
Puerto Plata ..----------. 1,716,076 9. 24 2,581,860 10.88
Samana ...------------------------38,493 .20 17,924 .08.
Sanchez -- ------------------------ 1,685,048 9.08 1,569,953 6.61
Santo Domingo ----- ---- ----------- 2,820, 368 1. 25 5,633,747 23.73
Total--.-------------------------- 18,551,841 100.00 23,736,497 100.00










SCHEDULE No. 11.-Exports from the Dominican Republic during the calendar year 1980, in comparison with those of calendar year 1929,
showing the values and countries of destination and percentage of increases and decreases for same years


Articles



Animals:
Cattle ----------------------- -
All other -------....---------- -
Bran.....----------. -----.------------- -
Beans and seeds:
Beans-----------------------------------
All other ------------------------
Beeswax ....-------------------------------------
Cacao, crude--------------------------------
Coconuts and copra ------------------
Coffee ------------------ -- ----------
Corn ---------------------------------------- -
Divi-divi --------------------------------
Dyes ----------- -------------------
Fibers, vegetable:
Cotton, raw ---------- -
Vegetable wool -----------------------
All other -------- --------- -
Fruits, fresh -------------------------------
Hides and skins:
Goatskins --.--------------------------
Hides of cattle---------------------------
Soleleather ------- ----- ..---------
Honey------------------- ------------------
Malanga (yautias) --------------------
Matches .....----- --------------- ----
Molasses..------------------------------
Plantains.-----------------------------
Pitch and resins----------------------------__
Sugar:
Raw....---------------------------------
Refined-_. ------------
Sugar-cane ---- ---------------------
Tobacco and manufactures:
Leaftobacco-- ----------
Cigars --------------- -------- -
Cigarettes -------------------
Turtle shell -------------------------
Wheels for casters_ -----------------------
Woods:
Dyewoods-
Logwood-...---------------
Allother-.....-- --------------


United
States


- ----
- ----
----------

$3,3,09
618
57, 286
2, 615, 286
214
169,470







236
140 444


Porto Rico Cuba


$8, 837
2,154

76, 687
1,631

6, 937

-298, 673
215, 931

25


- I I


3,689


2,750

267, 755

- - - -


United
Kingdom


$532


190--
190


France


- 1,921

6, 610

336,612


-..1.7 .. is3,412 875
.i,- 10,889 ---- ----------7
1 400 .-- ------ ------------
51 ......... -- --- -----


I --, -- -
94,390 402
327 3,716
367 .........-----
9, 979 2,144
---------..-----------
745,285 ....------
5,346 61,713
1,979 --

200,631 140
160,000 80,010
-- 743,442

4,640 ..---------
104 ---------

12 ..-----..
5, 546 .-- ------


1,000

----------
----------


. ---- - --- 6, 533' 9,079


- 2,-871---i--- ---


7, 234, 510
------------


- - ----
405
10
6,530
------------


1, 775, 261


318,082
- -- - -


.-- - - -
- - - - -


Germany








$25
3,591


94, 437


Italy Spain


----------

$84

114, 097


----------
----- ---
$1,500
2, 093
176, 261


13,520 ------- -..


1,934 .- ---. ----
---------- ---------- ---------
--------- ---------- ----------

800 ----- ------
102,295 ---- 66
83, 786 ------------ -----


25





371, 969


275 -.------
------------ --------


- -- 4,944
--.---. 588


-------I--

---------- ---------


i-------


aNhr- Denmark Haiti Canada

*e-1--


$1,'400
---------
7,900

10, 369

450


--- $4,
---- -- -

- - - -


$18, 539
2,390


1,943
55



7


--------- ---------- ---------
i--------- ---------- 121 -]----.--3 -
---------- ------- -----


169,127



210, 630
100i
----------
----------


63 -------







93 $279,353


412 -----
5,1 -----
6 --------
41- -- -- -
6 -- -- --





I I


$776 -....----------









SCHEDULE NO. 11.-Exports from the Dominican Republic during the calendar year 1980, in comparison with those of calendar year 199 ,
showing the values and countries of destination and percentage of increases and decreases for same years-Continued


Articles


Woods-Continued.
Lignum-vitse--... -----------
Bastard lignum-vitem---- ---....--.
Mahogany ----------------------........
Railroad ties ------------.........-----_-
Post and other worked woods---.. -----
All other -------- ..
Animal products ------------------
Manufactured products..-------------------.
Mineral products----...-----------... ....-_
Vegetable products--....-----..-....- ...__- .
Reexports---- ----.--------.- .....__


United
States


Porto Rico


Cuba


I- 1 1_


$20, 597
657
8,024

1,635
2, 520
2, 089
1,134
2,079
118, 917


Total ......------- ---------------..-. 4,368,121


Articles


Animals:
Cattle----.--- -------------
All other-----....
Bran -..- ---------------------------- -
Beans and seeds:
Beans--- ---------------_...- --....
All other--------------------
Beeswax--- ....- ----------------------.
Cacao, crude ----.. ---------------------.-------
Coconuts and copra ....----------. ____..-
Coffee--- .--------
Corn..------. ----
Divi-divi ---. ---------------------------
Dyes --- --------- --------------------------
Fibers, vegetable:
Cotton, raw.................... ...........
Vegetable wool-----------.. -- ---.....
All other----------------------- --------
Fruits, fresh--....-- ---------- --.-_.


$20

9,536
33,162
1,783
1,038

1, 952
283
72, 935


United
Kingdom


---.. $48,188
-- 10,256
------ 13, 288
$20 --

7. 1, 733



7, 960 734I


France


$2, 905
375

3,009



1, 788


Germany



$10, 988
480
100


Italy Spain




- $600- $66


- - -


1,614,4001 295,239 7,329,192 2,456, 792 697, 848 115, 928


Dutch
West Belgium
Indies


-- [ 1


$68, 510
3, 077

4.864
1, 273
100

532
3, 577
65, 241


. i27 ::::::::::
1 2 73 ..........
2,1_8_3


Other
countries


$1,549
764
978

3,031
39

68,672
137
3,805
17,859


---- --- -


Amount


1930 1929


$88, 598
15, 068
3,908

93, 523
5, 573
62, 898
2, 709,739
2, 976
1, 483, 008
299, 038
13,970
25

6, 221
12, 113
522
3, 182


$42, 327
16,144
6,699

104,186
37, 193
84, 118
3, 870, 084
263
2,444, 238
437, 191
11, 067
483

4, 808
10,114
2,529
9,224


Nether- Denmark
lands


$1,008 _.
- - - - - -


120~tl~~~~~


30

19-3---- 4 ----------
---193 ~ 4, 947 .........


181, 473


Increase Decrease


$46, 271
---- -- -

-- -- -- -


2, 713
-- -- -- -
2,903
-------- --

1,413
1,999
- - - - -


$1,076
2,791

10, 663
31, 620
21, 220
1,160, 345
961, 230
138,153
458


406, 081 $4,387


Percentage


1930 I 1929


00i -------
2,007 ..
6,042 [ .02


Haiti Canada


$
2

4,2


34, 6


Increa


0.18 0.:
.07 .
.03 ....

.44 .
.16---.
.35 -----
16.30-----
-------- .
10.31 --
1.84-- .
.05 .0

.02 .0
.04 .0
.01-----
.04 --------


24 ---..- --
--- ----------
99 -- -

85 .. . .
92 -----.-

42 $279,353


1930


se Decrease


30 ---.
01 -----


....13
06. 1 1 -- -- -
.01
1.70
2)2
2. 32
as '


.01
.02


)3

)1
)3


I -----
---- --- -
I


------------








Hides and skins:
Goatskins------------------------------------------
Hides of cattle ---------------------
Sole leather.---------------
Honey -- ---------------------------
Malanga (yautias) ---------
Matches -------------------------
Molasses ------------------------------------------
Plantains_ .. ..--------------------------------
Pitch and resins .. ....------------------
Shell and bark ...........------------..............----------------------
Sugar:
Raw-- .......----------.............--- ...
Refined ------------------
Sugar cane ....-----------------------------
Tobacco and manufactures:
Leaf tobacco -----------------------------------
Cigars-------------------------------
Cigarettes----------------------------------------
Turtle shell ------------------
Wheels for casters ---------------------------------------
Woods:
Dyewoods-
Logwood----------- ----------------
All other. -------------------------------------
Lignum-vitae--- .-----------------.....----------------..............
Bastard lignum-vit .............-----..... .....--...
Mahogany --------------------
Railroad ties -----------------------
Post and other worked woods .... ....------------
All other---------------------------------------
Animal products -
Manufactured products... --------------
Mineral products -----------------
Vegetable products -----------------------
Reexports----------------------------

Total-_- ---------


3, 954
380
2,227
--.-------
168



18, 353
6, 250
---------

----------
1, 130
56, 630







2, 861

262
450
1, 028
16,326
26
1, 837
9, 190


42, 000

----------

75, 029
765
----------
- - - - -
---------


1, 500
818
1, 802
638


922



190, 821
10, 735
----------

51,043
11, 305
603







384
----------


270,456 121.169 376,760


141, 244
199, 153
8,878
101, 947
15,152
1
74, 285
58,571
4,875


9, 910,289
256,995
743,442

1, 032,005
19 867
57, 349
6,817
5, 546


4,944
588
80,801
14,298
30,828
33,182
2,045
8,047
4,134
22,105
1,160
4, 518
237,413

18, 551, 841


162, 373
268,358
16, 386
123, 043
17, 527
9
688,640
127,011
10, 207
4,861


56, 645
----------
---------- _
----------


21,129
6, 205
7,508
21,096
2,375
8

68,440
5,332
4, 861


12, 258, 831 1------ 2, 348, 542
32, 654 224, 341 ..-.....
931,203 ......---- 187,761


1, 381, 482
22, 802
56, 583
4,968
7,929


2,709
324
104, 105
41, 831
37, 700
40,524
1, 774
14, 743
2,542
18,417
20
2, 543
273, 730


766
1, 849



2,235
264




271
.. .. -- ---
1, 592
3, 688
1, 140
1, 975
- - - - - _ _


23,736,497 350, 065


349, 477
2, 935


2, 383


---.---------

23, 304
27, 533
6, 872
7, 342

6, 696


------------

36, 317

5, 534, 721


.76
1. 07
.05
.55
.08

4.02
.31
.03
.- ---..- -

53. 42
1. 39
4.01

5. 56
.11
.31
.04
.03


.03

S43
.08
.17
.18
.01
.04
.02
.12
.01
.02
1. 28

100. 00


.68
1. 13
.07
.52
.07

2. 90
.54
.04
.02

51. 64
.14
3.92

5.82
.10
.24
.02
.03


.08


.03
.01

1. 12




1. 78
1. 25
.09


01
.07
02
- - - -


.01 .02

.44 ..1.-- .
.18 ..- ...
.16 .01
.17 .01
.01 ----
.06 ---
.01 .01
.08 .04
------ .01
.01 .01
1.15 .13

100. 00 5.16


Net decrease, $5,184,656 (21.84 per cent).


.06
.02




.23
01


02





.26



X-- z




O
.01 3
.10



.02



04

5. 16


&i6








SCHEDULE NO. 12.-Recapitulation of exports

Amount 1930 Percentage 1930
Country
1930 1929 Increase Decrease 1930 1929 Increase Decrease

Per cent Per cent
United States----- -------- ------------------ $4,368, 121 $5,-427,102 ........---- $1,058,981 23. 55 22.86 0. 69 -
Porto Rico ------------- 1,614,400 1,914,329 ------------ 299,929 8.70 8.06 .64 ...
Cuba----------------------------------- 295, 239 631,305 --- ------- 336,066 1.59 2.66 ------... 1.07
United Kingdom:
England------ ----------------------------------------- 1,946,683 2,224,144 --------- 277,461 10.49 9.37 1.12 .- 0
Scotland.......---------------------------------------------- 171,464 .----- $171,464 -------- .92 ..------- .92 .-----
Ireland------------------------------------- 5,211,045 6,678,734 __- ------- 1,467,689 28.09 28.14 --- .05
France --------------------------------------- --- 2,456,792 2,742,701 .....--------- 285,909 13.24 11.65 1.69 --
Germany ------------------------------------ 697,848 940,468 242,620 3.76 3.96 .20
Italy ------- ----------- ---------------- 115,928 141,239 --- ------- 25,311 .62 .60 .02 -----
Spain------ -------------------- ---------------------- 181,473 190,014 ----- 8,541 .98 .80 .18 -------
Netherlands --------------------------------------------------- 406,081 497,968 -------- 91,887 2.19 2.10 .09 -----
Denmark ....- -------------------------- 4,387 6,657 ---------- 2,270 .02 .03 -...... .01 ,
Haiti......-------------------.............................................------------------------------------......... 34,642 64,395 ------- 29,753 .19 .28 ........... .09
Canada ---------------------------- 279, 353 1,648,508 --- ------- 1,369, 155 1. 51 6.95 ....-----.. 5.44 I
Dutch West Indies. -------..-... 270, 456 171.178 99,278 1. 46 .72 .74 ..-------
Belgium------------------ ---- 121,169 73,508 47,661 .65 .31 .34 ---
Virgin Islands--- ------------- ---------- 68, 822 58, 113 10, 709 .37 .24 .13 -
British West Indies---- ------------- 15, 824 13, 013 2,811 .09 .05 .04 ----
Canary Islands. .... ---------------------------------- 29, 589 9, 967 19, 622 .16 .04 .12 -------- -
French Africa -------------- ---------------- 7,780 24,298 16,518 .04 .10 --- .06 3
Mexico-- ---------------------------------------------- 76,672 74,678 1,994 -- .41 .31 .10 O----
Uruguay....----...---...... ......- --------------------------- 14,656 22,839 -- 8,183 .08 .10 ..----- .( 02
Nicaragua--....--------- ----------------------- 8,507 12,738 4, 231 .04 .05 .. .01
French West Indies -___ -------------------------- 21,852 46,888 ------- 25,036 .12 .20 .08
Panama ---------------------------------- 246 246 ---------------------
Egypt --- -------------------------------------- 290 1,210 ---- 920 ....... .01 ........ .01
Chile--------------------------------------- 605 2,090---------- 1,485 .01 .01 -----------
Guatemala -- ------ ------------ 440 1,069 ---------- 629 ---------- -
Colombia. ------- ------ 5,000 3,613 1,387 --------- .03 .02 .01 ----
Sweden ----- --- -- ---------122,417 109,256 13,161 ----...... .66 .46 20 ---.
Palestine and Syria------- --- 600 ---- 600 --- ---- -------
Brazil.----------------------- 210 ---------- 210 -- -
Norway. -------------------- 625 ----625 ----------- .01 .01 -----
Gibraltar. ------------------------------------ 1,000 ,------- 1,000 ------- .01 .01 ..- -----
Argentina --------- --------------------- -------- 125 1,766 ------------- 1,641 ... ..01 .01
Portugal -- ------------------------------ 1,500 -------- 1,500 ------------ .01 ------ .01..
Morocco ------------------------------------------------------------- 1,800 ---1,800 ----........ .01 ------.......... .01
Venezuela ..................... ...--------------------------. ----------. 300 .-----------0 300
Japan ...--. -- ------- ---------- ------ 609 609 --
Total --------------- 18, 551,841 23,736,497 372, 268 5,556,924 100.00 100.00 7.06 7.06

Net decrease $5,184,656 (21.84 per cent),




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