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United States trade in merchandise and gold and silver with United States territories and possessions
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Report No. FT 800
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United States trade in merchandise and gold and silver with United States territories and possessions (except Alaska and Hawaii)
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DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE
HENRY A. WALLACE, SEcretar)


BUREAU OF THE CENSUS
J. C. CAPT, Direior


Washington 25, D. C.


REPORT NO. FT 800


UNITED STATES TRADE IN MERCHANDISE

AND GOLD AND SILVER WITH UNITED STATES

TERRITORIES AND POSSESSIONS


APRIL 1945


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PREPARED UNDERR THF SUPERVISION OF
J EDWARD ELY
Chief/ Poreign Trade Diisisio
Bureau of rhe Census


OCTOBER 1945


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Bureau of the Census
J. C. CAPT, Director
PHILIP M. HAUSER, Assistant Director
MORRIS H. HANSEN, Statistical Assistant to the Director
RALPH E. GALLOWAY, Executive Assistant to the Director

Foreign Trade Division
J. EDWARD ELY, Chief
IRVING WEISS, Assistant Chief
Classifications and Codes-Frederick W. Harrison
Export and Shipping Statistics-William C. Flaherry
Export and Lend-Lease Statistics-Milton Kaufman
Shipping Statistics-Nathan Habib
Import Statistics-Frank C. Bauer


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Prices for Report No. FT 800 are
as follows:
Yearly starting with figures
for 1942 total for
calendar year, individual
calendar months not shown
separately............ ....... .10
First six months of 1943 -
total for six months,
individual calendar months
not shown separately......... .10
Monthly, starting with
figures for July 1943 -
Per issue........ ...... .10
Yearly subscription,
including calendar year
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ihandise and Gold and Silver from:
United States to Alaska...................
Alaska to United States..................
United States to Puerto Rico..............


Puerto Rico to United States................... .................


United States to Virgin Islands..............
Virgin Islands to United States..............
United States to Eawail ....................
Hawaii to United States......................
United States to Midway Island...............
Midway Island to United States...............
United States to Wake Island.................
Wake Island to United States.................
United States to Guam Island .................
Guam Island to United States.................


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CaOsODrTY DESCRIPTION AND UNIT OF QUANTTT


Total value.................... ......................
Total value of merhandise.................................
Total value of gold and aliver.............................

MERCHAflcSE

Group 00. -Animals and Animal Products, EBdblo

Beer and veal, Fresh or frozen......................... Ib.
Pork, fresh or frozen..................................lb.
Has and shoulders, cured..............................lb.
Baern................................... ............. Lb.
Button and la b.................................... .. .Lb.
Sausage, not canned,...................................lb.
Canned mjs. .......................................... lb.
Poultry and game, fresh.................................lb.
Other n mts .no sausage casings..........................I
Animal oils and fats, edible.............................
UMil, esaporated, unsweetened.......................... lb.
Butter.................................................Lb.
Cheese .... ...... .................................... .b.l
Other dairy products, including inf'arnits' ocdLMaitBdialk.etc.
FPih and fish products.................................lb.
Eggs in the shell. ................................ doz.
Animals and animal products, n.e.s. edible.................

Group 0.-Animals and Animals Products. Inedibles....

Boots, sr.oes and other footwear.......................pr.
Other weather manufactures..................... .............
urs and manufactures ....................................
~Anials and animal products, n.e.s. inedible...............

Group 1.-Vegetable Pood Products and Beverages......

.'hert Flour..........................................bbl.
Fresh fruits ... ...................................... ...
Biscuits arid crackers..................................lb.
Ceresl foods.................................... .....lb.
Other grams and preparations............................
Fodders and reeds............ ........................to
potatoes, ihite.................. ....................... b.
tCher fresh vegetables.....................................
Canned vegetables and juices ...........................lb.
Other vegeubles and preparations ..........................
Canned fruitas........................................... b.
Dried and preserved fruits, jeluies, jims and frult
preparations ............ .. ...........................b.
Vegetable oils and fats, edible............... ......... lb.
Coffee ....... .............. ........ .... ................. lb.
Sugar, refined ...... .............. ............... lb.
Confectionery and chewing gum ....... .................Lb.
alt Liquors.............. .. .................... ....gal.
NlnsLKy ............................... ............. pr. gal.
Distilled liquors, n.e.s................ ..........p. gal.
Wines....... ........... ....... ......... ............... al.
Other beverages and frut uices......................... .
Other vegetable food products...........................

Group 2.-Vegetaole Products, Ineiaole, Except Filers
and woo ...... ................. ........

Rubber boots and shoes........................ .........pr.
Rubber Delting and racing hose... .................lb.
Cigars and cheroots ...... ....................... .. ......
Caretes...................... ....... ...............
Smoking tobacco.............. .................. .........
Other Vegetable Products, Irneible.........................

Group 5.-Textile Fibers and Manufacturers...........

Cotton Manufactures:
Oeralls,breecnes,pants, s.rons,and rnen's wcr clothldt doz.
Other cotton wearing apparel ...........................
Other cotton manufactures............... ................
Vegetable Finer Manufacture3:
Flax, he.up and ramle manufactures ............. ........
Manila cordage ........ ...... .. ..... .........lb.
Jute, yarn and twine ana other iloer cordaice and wine
(except cotton).... ................ .................lb.
Ctner vegetLole fiber, asr.= or grass sarufacLures.n.e.s.
Wol ManulacLures:
Knitte-. werlng apparel.... .........................
Men's and boys' overcoats, suits nd p .t:............no.
Women's ina Cnildren's ol lClotLmng....................
Other .ool cr scrair manufactures............... ....
S .1K manufa actures....... .... ....... ............ ........
Other lertLle and manufacturers .............. .....

rrouF 4.- ooa and Paper..................... ......... ...

Douglas far oo.rnia. pl. n srre tlrirgs..........M od L.
Ccotr r 1: e ............. .... .. .................


Wet (alue
Quantity (dollars)


COMDITT DESCRIPTION AN uN r G qOF WUM


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521,518
121,921
82,L79
45,561
56.509
55.712
51,109
19,715
26,462
43,201
644,424
201,443
43,569

61,291
121,764



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16,494
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4,088

8.,745
68,564

175
375,670

509,585

320,421

97,754
53,403
166,248
420,622
116,246
58,764
34,594
1,321
5,106







4.116
15,630
152
17,440
8,.93





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56.640

403,790



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87,750
33,334
29,114
14,578
15.859
17,675
20,627
9,168
6,027
8,088
70.692
104,868
14,739
16,034
22,356
57,014
5,889

99,727

51,453
15,865
25,480
6,926

1,079,194

16,103
50,467
17,419
7,472
15,987
12,869
16,756
54,900
59,570
27,599
42,989

18,823
10,673
46.627
27.014
37.145
66,218
502,906
18.538
23,334
15,229
30,558


190,586

135815
13,420
7,6159
106.901
6,145
42,i46

659,936


14,640
60,585
172,539

43,844
11,064

96,946
5,065

17,672
:i,699
17,:6 8
24,B51
571
151,762

558,610

65.;94
5,943


Group 4.-Wood and Paper-Ccat.lnued

Doors, mash and blinds (include Tenotian blinds)....... ..
Wood frrdture. ...........................................
Other wood and mnufaetures................................
Cork mnufactures........................................ lb
Wall board of paper or pulp and fiber insulating board e-ft
Boxes and carts ........................................
Other paper and manwfacurea ............................


Group 5.-Nonmetallic inerals ........................

Coal ....... ..... ............ ..... ............t

Glass and glass products ..t...........................
Clay and clay p rducL... ..................... ...... .
Slt.............. .................. .............lb.
Other norutallc mineral products.........................


Group 6.--Metal and Manufactures. Except Machinery
and Vehicles..............................

Iron and Steel Manufactures:
Iron and Steel bars and rod ..........................lb.
Structural iron and steel............................b.
Welded pipe and fittlngs...............................lb.
Tubular products and fittings, a.s. ................. lb.
Wire ..................................................lb.
Wire manufactures..................................... lb
eNils and bolts (except railroad).....................lb.
Castings and forging.. .................... ..........Lb.
Tin cans, finished or unfinished........................ l
Safes, vaults, metal furniture and fLture..............
Cookinp and beating stoves and parts (except electric)...
Tools. .......................... ......... .... ........ ......
Ha rdare ...................................... ..........
Other iron and steel manufactures, a.e.s.................
Brass and bronze manufactures................ ............
Cther natal ores and manufaclures, n.e.s ...................


Croup 7.-Machinery and Vehicles ...................... ..........


Batteries.............................................no.
Electrical appliances and parts............................
Radio apparatus...........................................
Other electrical machirery, apparatus and parts............
Steam engines, boilers, parts and accessories .............
Internal combustion engines, parts and accessories........
Construction, conveying and road-makrne machinery ..........
Mining and quarrying machinery............................
Pumpi1n equipment (not including parta)....................
Metal-working machinery and parts .........................
Cannery machinery.............. ...........................
Other industrial machirery and partss.......................
Office appliances, printing and bookkeeping................
Tractors...................... ........... .. ...-...
Other agricultural mucn:nery, implements and parts.........
Motor trucks, busses and chassi............................
Passenger cars and chassis................................
AutomobLle parts and accessorles.........................
Internl combustion marine engmies........................
Other vehicles ana parts........................... .........

Group B.-Cnemicals and Related Products..............

Coal-tar products..........................................
MedicLral and pharmaceutical preparalions..................
Industrial chemicals, including specialties...............
Ready-m xed paints ....................................gal.
Other paints, pigments and varnishes......................
Fertilizers and Fert.lizer Materials .................... tn
Soap... ................................................ lb.
Perfumery, cosmetics and toLlet preparations..............
Otner Cheaecals and related products ......................

Group 9.- ise cellaneous ...............................

Kot:on-picture films................................ Ln.ft.
Other photographic and projection apparatus and supplies...
Scier.tife and professional instruments, apparatus and
supplies.................................................
iusical instruments, parts and accessories ................
Toys, athletic and sporting goods..........................
Books, msps, pictures and orrer printed matter ............
Houserola and personal effects............................
All other articles .......................................


GOLD AND SILMV

Silver coin................................................


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9,33
155,867
427,501





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2,712



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200,557
451,368
121,771
100,918
250,829
1,064,081
242,376
74,151
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SHIPMENTS OF MERCHANDISE AND GOLD AND SILVER FROM ALASKA TO THE UNITED STATES-APRIL, 1945


get Value Net Value
COMMODITY OESCHIPTIOJN AND UNIT OF QUANTITY unityy lo ars) COImODITY DESCRIPTION AtrD UNIT OF CUAtIrlY quantity (dollars)



Total value .......................... ..................... .......... 613,127 Furs and skins:
Beaver................................................ no. 588 IB,2 O
Total value of merchandise ..........................3..... .......... 514.933 Black and silver fox .. ........ ........... no. 9 1,2C<
Blue fox ............. .............. .................. n 400
Total value of gold and silver.... ....................... .......... 98.194 Red fox................................. .... no. 127 1,498
White fox ............................................. no. 8 450
Foreign merchandise ...................................... ......... .......... Seal skins.............................................n=. 16 112
Marten ...............................................nc. i8 1,050
United States products returned............................ .......... 185,347 Mink................................................. no. 658 12,698
Muskrat ..............................................no. 8'1 1,564
Alaskan products........................................... ....... 329,586 Otter......................... ........................ no. 130 3,06
Other................................................ no. 2 5,650
HMECHANDISE Reintdeer niles........................................... ....................
Wool, unmanufactured....... ............ ...............1 I ........... .........
Live animals .................................... ......no. .......... .......... Wood, timber and lumber............. .............M d t. 218 15,887
Halibut, fresh or frozen................................lb. 176,092 36,973 Ores arid metals LencepL gold and silver) ........................... 1.057
Salnon, fresh or frozen .................................i. 7,,660 13,714 Irophies, specimens, curios, etc....................................... 1,018
Other fish, rrean or frozen............................... '59,296 90,760 Pictures and pairtuinga....................................no. 2 175
Salmon, canned ..................................... ... lb. 4,000 765 All otner articiee........................................ .......... ...........
Cod, cured or preserved.................................lb. ...... .... .......
Herring, cured or preserve ..............................t .......... .......... nOL AND SI VER
Salmon, cured or preserved .............................. b. 17,400 5,57?7
Clams...................................... ........ .Lb. 155,642 51.'51 Gold ore snd base bullirn........................... .tro 586 20,511
Grabs..................................... ...... .... lb. 41,312 1,d656 Gola bulltn, ref ned.............................. o .tro ,20 ,97B
Shr3p..................................... ............lb. 5,8EO 4,145 Silver ore and base bulliorn.........................oz.tro 932 705
Other flan and fish products............................. .. ........... 5.0,343 Silver coi.......................................................... .........




SHIPMDITS OF MERCHAIDISE AM1 GOLD AND SILVER FROM i THE UNITED STATES TO FUERTO RICU-APRIL, 1945



SNet dValue U OF QU Net Va(ue
COYMMDITY DLSCILPIION AND UNIT OF iQUAlrITY Quantity dollars rOMMEDITY DE S.RIPII: AND UTIJI QUITY entity (dollar)
I 1 11 1 Quar. r~antity (do lara)


Total value .......................................... ........... 10,51,'o '
Total value of mercnandse.............................. .......... lvu,551,'S8
Total value of gold and silver.......................... .......... .. ......


MERCHANDISE

Group 00.-Animals an-3 Animal Products
Edible............... ..............................

Cattle....................................... ...no.
Other Live animals. ........................................
deaf and veal, fresh or frozen........................ lc
Pork:
Hams and shoulders, acred.................. ...... lb
Bacon.................. ...............................lb
Other pork............................................lb
Sausage, not canned ................... ................ lb
Canned meat:
Beef................................................. 1
Pork................................................ lb
Sausage................................... ....... .
Other canned meats.................................... lb
Poultry and game fresh .................................i.
Other means. ............................................ .
Other animal or vegetable oils ana fats
edible................................................. l
Milk and cream:
Condensed Lsseetened).................................
Evaporated lunso eetened).............................. i
Dried ................................................. l
Butter............................................. .... ib
Processed cheese and cheese spreads ..................... b,
Other cheese............................................ l
Infants' foods, maiLea milxe, ec. ........................ b
Fisn, salted, pickled, or iry cured .................... lb
Fish canned:
Salmon.............................................. lb
Sardines.............................................. I
Snhelfish................ ............................. It
Other fish and fish products. ........................... o
Eggs in the ns ell................................. .... ao;
.Other animal products, edible.............................

Group U.-Anuials and Animal Products,
Inedible.................... .....................

Upper leather, except patent.............................
Other leather and trnned skins ..........................
Boots and sroes:
Men's.......................................... .... .pr
YouLt's and ays' ................... .................pr
Women's and niasesa ...................................p.r
Infants' and children's ...............................pr
Slippers (all leather)..................................pr
Boots, shoes, and otner footwear "wtn
uppers of material other than leather..................pr
DLacontinued models, old styles, and
secona-hand shoes.......................................
Handbags, pocketbooks, and purses ......................no
Card cases, change purses, wallets, and
similar articles..................... ................ .no
Luggage and related articiaes............................no
Leather belts to be worn on the person ...................
Other leather manufactures................................
Animal oils and creases, inedible....................... I1
Other animals and animal product .........................


228,S555

24.547
9,453

232,746

2,440:


24,495
55'O
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51,546

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194,910'
'13,60i
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9Lt46


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4-,914
276,601
7L,437
7,2u4

10,925


41,311

10,496
S1,82C
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7,454
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9,035
44,989

8,617
2,729

90,612

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91,9;'0
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9,35S

220,710
- -,'04
5l7,627
89,094
9,466

13,398

39,6E5
50,957

14,304
4.L17
16,728
38,917
1,128
25,048


group p 1.-Veetetable Food Products
and Beverges. ...................................

Grain and prepare ions:
Malt................................................. bu
Corn ........................... ............... 56.1b.bu
Mommny and corn rrits. ........... ................. Ib,
Corn cereal locds, reao C to eat .......... ............b.
Oats.......................................... ?.lb.bu,
Oatmeal, groats, and rolled oats.... ..... ...... j...lb.
Whealt lour ......................... ................ t.
UacironI, spaRYett noodles, and
macaroni products .................................... lb.
Biscuits and cracKers ilmnclude coolesi) ............... It,
Wheat cereal foods.................................... lb.
Other graLns ar.d preparations...........................
Muied dairy and poultry reeds................ .......... tL
tLher prepared and miLxen feeds............. ........ ... o
Wheat feeds, bran, irddlings, etc. .......................to
Other feeds............................................. to
Beans, arie. ........................................... .b.
Peas, dried............................................. lb.
Vegetables, fresh:
Potatoes, wnite........... .. .................... lb.
Other fresh vgetabes. .................................
Vegetables, canned:
Asporagu .................... ....... .............. lb.
Baked beans, and nork and beans......... ............lb.
Corn .................................................. lb.
Peas........................... ...................... Ib.
Soups........................ ................ ...... .
Toratoes........................................ .....lb.
Tomato paste iid puree............................... i. 0.
Tomato juice.......................................... lb.
Otner canned vegetables and juice .................... lb.
Pic ri e .................. ........... .... ......... ..... lb.
etsrcup, chili sauce, and tomato table
sauce................................. ................ .l.
Mayorinru se and sal3d 8resnng ..........................lb.
Other sauces arn re ines. ....................... .....lb.
Vireg r ......................... ................ ....lb.
Yeast .. ...................... .................... lb.
COL'.r vegetable preparat ons... .......................
Fresh. fruits:
Apoles.................................................
Pears.................................................. I .
Other fresh fruits ......................................
Dried and evaporated fruits:
Rais ns.............................................. lb.
Otner................................................ lb.
arnned fruits:
Peaches ............................................. lb.
Pears .................. .. .........................l.
Fruits for salad ..................................... lb.
Other c rnned fruits ............ ............ ......... lb.
Preterveo fruit, jellies arn Jams. .................... lb
Otner fruit prcpartl r s ...................................
'luta.................... .... .......................... .b.
Cottonseed oil, refined. ................................ o.
Soybean oil ............................................ lb.
Cooking fats other than lard...........................1. I.
Otner e-altie vcgetaole oilE and fats.................... Ib.
.occoa, powered........................................ .lb.
:ho.:olate, inciunirg sweetened ..........................lb.
SDies............. ......................... ............... .
Chocolate candy......................................... lb.


14,914

123,2(0
101,6'"i

136.3'1
1,0~;.

58,112
l'l.-44
111.216

3,428
425

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2C0,0ZO

3,018,15:


0,600
47,599
93,36.
65,650
316,118
4,790
4,7"5
21,505
255,522
2,087

48,964
572
31",313
7,449
225,303



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11,263
6,80"'



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21.5-'
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6,195

210,9',9
223,E52
4.313
68,"60
5,-,;n
52 ,634
49,!38


1,014,058


29.637

5.027
12,441

16,740
5,536

5,500
42,759
13,139
26,790
251,890C
27,476

3.663

11,000

72,385
86,354

1,005
4,213
15.453
7,762
50,287
403
631
1,493
26,140
370

12,319
113
10,617
6,424
26,255
24,128

24,059
3,54E


1,427
1,0'2


6,834
78
4.138
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COIUWDIT DESCRIPTION AD UNIT OP QUANTITY


Group 1.-Vegetable Food Products and
Beverages -Cont Lnued

Other candy........................................... lb.
Confections, n.e.s.....................................lb.
Chewing gum............................................b.
MalL extract and malt sirup............................lb.
Mall liquors................................... ..... gal.
ihisy ...........................................pf. gal.
Other distilled liquors..........................pf. gal.
Wine ................... ..... ......... ............ ..........gal.
Sirups and flavors for beverages......................gal.
PLneapple Juice................ .....................gal.
Other frulL juice................................... gal.
Other beverages .......................................gal.
Other vegetable food products..............................

Group Z.-Vegetable Proucts Inedible,
Except Fibers and Wood ............................

Canvas shoes with ruober sales........................pr.
Rubber heel. ...................................doz. pr.
Druggists' rubber sundries...............................
Rubber balloons, Loys, and balls .........................
Hard rubber goods.........................................
Tires:
Truck and bus casings............... ................no.
Other automobile casings ............................no.
Automobile inner tubes...............................no.
Other casings and tubes..............................no.
Tire sundries and repair materials .....................lb.
Rubber belts and belLmng..............................lb.
Rubber hose.......................................... 1. b.
Rubber packing......................................... lb.
Synthetic rubber sold In ul. .........................lb.
Other rubber and manufactures.............................
Naval stores, guma and resins..............................
Drugs, herbs, leaves and roots, crude..................lb.
Lin eed oil ............................................ lb.
Other inedible oils and fats ......................... lb.
Essential or distilled oils ........................... lb.
Blended, compounded or mixed perfume-
flavor oils........................................... lb.
Leaf tobacco:
Bright flue-cured.................................... lb.
Barley..... ......................................lb.
One sucker leaf tobacco............................... Io.
Cigar leaf........................................... .
CO her leaf........................................... b.
Cigars and cheroots .......... ..................... .....
Cigarettes..............................................
Cnering tobacco, plug and .other ........................lb.
Other tODacco and manufactures.........................lb.
Starch and corn flour..................................lb.
Brooms.................................... ............ doz.
Hops....................................................
Other inedible vegetable products.........................

Group 3.--Tetile Fibers and
Manufacluree.......................... ..............

Cotton rags, except, paper '.nck......................lb.
cotton waste............................................b.
Cotton yarn............................................ t.
Other seminanfacLures of cottorn....................... lb.
Cotton manufacturers~
Cotton thread, wirne, cordage and rope-
Sewing thread .............. ...................... lb.
rwine, rope anr cordage............................ 1t.
Cotton duck *,boleeche........ ..... ............ .sq. yd.
O..-er gray cloti, n.e.s., includline
tire fabrics ..................... ............. q. yd
Firniaed cloth, oleacrhe,. lyeid,
printed, stiu'ened, or other wise
convertLea and colored yarn fabrici--
40 inches wide and rnrro-er-
Drills, Lwills, and warp sateens-
Bleached .................... ..... ........... sq. -d.
Dyeo in the pie..... ................... ..... .s yd.
Printe .................. ................ yd.
Sheetines-
Bleached .................................... sq. ye.
Dyed .n tne piece ......................... q. yd.
Printe.. .................... ........... .... ya.
Wider than 4: Inches-
Sneetings........................... .......... sq. yd.
Other. ....................................... sq. yd.
Print cloth farn fabrics-
Carded oro.dcloth .............................sq. yd.
Prtntcloth-
Bleache-. .................................... q. yd.
Died in the piece.................... ... .sq yd.
Printed ............................ ......s. yi.
Otner .................................. ....... yd.
Colored yarn fabrics-
len ras ............... ................... ..sq. yd.
3uitings, t-.Lls, coverts,
cot Lonades ............ .... .. .......... ....... q. yd.
Cnharrayl... ......... .. .... .... ......... q. yd.
Other :colored yarn fbrrics, n.e j .... ........ sq. yd.
FLne goo s and ccuaed cotton faobris-
Voiles, crgandea, lawns and
tbao iste. comced ... .............. ........... sq. yd.


Net
Quantity


Value
IdclLarn)


awznm sCnrpION =D NIT a TITMr


t ntl (de )


t 11 I -


65,006
1,586
1,200
3,613
13,508



-1,737
. a75
3,:75


12,055
932
675
479
10,021



11,471

4,413

3,402


..........I 413.194


192
4,395




1,094
3,976
1,414
626
17,952
4,870
1,6658
2,698
208


2,998
21,956
3C6
S,390

9,05:'


107,76i

3?7,515


56,164
....... ..
'2
116,414
442
19,553





2,136
l~7,"91
1,451
IX



6,345


103.8,





1 .ULi8
i' .u5B


36,451
4'.10a
147.3;

15,537
217

2513643

260,159
44,450
1,31-',505
3, 648



13,1524
ill ,3'l



1'1 ,hfl


555
3,474
5,205
S3


31,128
41,061
3,662
3,898
6,189
3,751
790
1,170
S195
11 ,474
1,571
907
4,512
77
5,710

74,886


.:5,442

28,975
........ ..

126,837

56
S,909
3,541
18,866
5,541


-,707,196

328
11,949
1,40?7
30SO


19,19B
5,468
1,475

13,557





3,285
2,3593
15,808

",399
20,268
28,860

3,99.
110

52,056

61,048
7,294
2i.,672
7,312

2,214

43,802
15,940
9,697


16,621


Group 3.-Textile Pibers and
Manufacturea-Continued

Cotton manufac Lurea-Continued
Finished cloth, bleached dyed, printed, e
sLrffened, or otherwise converted and
colored yarn fabrics-Continued
Fine goods and combed cotton
fabric s-Continued
Other combed and fine carded goods,
n.e.s................................................ q. yd.
Cotton and rayon mixtures
Cotton chief value)............................sq. yd.
Other finished cotton cloth, n.e.. ...............q. yd.
Cotton fabrics sold by the pound........................lb.
Other cotton fabrics.....................................
Handkerchiefs. .....................................doz.
Cotton gloves and mittens .........................doz. pr.
Knit goads-
Hoslery-
Women's.......................................doz. pr.
Chldren's..................................doz. pr.
Men's.................. .......................do pr.
Underwear, knit. ...................................do. .
Outerwear, sweaters, shawls and
other knit wearine apparel..........................no.
Garments of woven fabrics-
Overalls, breeches, panta, aprons
and men's worK clothing, n.e.s.....................doz.
Underwear, men's and boys', not knit..................doz.
Work shirts........................................ doz.
Otner men's, and boys' shirts,
except l it ......................................doz.
Other men's and boys' clothing of
woven fabrics, n.e.s. ................................
Women's dresses and ensembles .......................no.
Womer's and children's underwear,
and nightwear not knit.............................doz.
Children's outerwear, not knit......................dos.
Other women's and children's
apparel of woven fabrics, n.e.s........................
Braids, trinmirgs, bindings, Lacings, etc..................
Blanvets.............................................. no.
Quilts, comforts, courterpanes, and
bedspreads.................................. ..... .... no.
BedaheeLs and pillocases.............................doz.
Laces, embroideries and lace window curtains.............
Towels, wash cloths and bath mats.....................doz.
Cotton bags...........................................no.
Other cotton manufactures................ ................
Bags of jute ............................................. lb.
Flax hemp and ramie manufactures ...........................
Jordage ................................................ lb.
Other vegetable fiber, strew or grass
manu actures ..............................................
Wool manufactures:
Fabrics ................................................ lb.
Carpets ard rugs of wool ...........................aq. yd.
Men's and boys' overcoats, suits
and pants........ ..... ...............................no.
Other wearing apparel .....................................
Other wool or mohair manufactures ........................
Silk manufactures:
Hosiery...... .................................... a L. pr.
Other siic hearingg apparel................................
Other rilk manufactures..................................
Rayon and synthetic textiles:
Yarn.................................................. lb.
WVoven fiLLmnt yarn fabrics, n.e.s.......................lb.
Woven spun rayon fabrics, n.e.sl....................... lb.
Remnants an.1 mill ends.................................lbt..
Dresses, skirts and blouses............................no.
Hosiery:
Women'E and children's .... ....................doz. pr.
Men's socks..................................... do. pr.
Knit underwear........................................ dor.
Woven underwear. ......................................dor.
Ribbons, braids and trunings .............................
Other synthetic textile manufacures.....................
Linoleum and felt-base floor covering ...............sq. yd.
Oilcloth for shelf, table and wall...................q. yd.
PyroxylLn and other coated or
impregnated fabrics................... ............sq. yd.
Corsets, trassieres and girdles...........................no.
NecKties, cravats and scarfs........................... os. ; .
1lat braids, strpa and sheets of
natural fibers or synthetic textiles ................... yd.
Hats of straw, palm leaf, et .............................no.
1.ool felt hats ..........................................no.
Other hats, caps and berets.............................. no.
Artif aic flowers, fruits, etc...............................
Mat.resses, cotton .kapok, meas and hair..................no.
tbsorbent cotton, gpure and sterillied
bandages................................................ lb.
Other text ilee............................................

Group 4.-W-Acd and Paper..............................

hailrosd ties. including sawed .....................U bd. ft.
Piling ....... .............. ...................... 1n. ft.
Telegraph. trolley and electric light
oole. ...................................................no0
Sea ed timber ................... ................... bd. ft.


489,107

343,985
143,787
157,899
.......,,-.7
2,744
95


3,139
6,657
5,998
10,875

26,656


181
1,588
259

1.57e


5,554

1,683
400



11,437

201
2,771

4,709
25,795
..........
1 515,800



..........
8,906



650
256

?,439







9,867
175,9P5
33,786
38,977
13,515

12.345
5,289
726
3,329


23,525
10,398

4,528
12.878
929

1,115,064
20,171
10,249
28,919

797

5E,807







416
95


1i. Sr '

IN l










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7~7







s. .. ...l ..:
S at










5,4 -
26,S2l ,,1 ..








:sa:s if
201-M






















........ .

2.2 -
9 .















i45.8 : *
1,49. t







15,10 .0
?4,060 .#:









..... :. i
1.524,














W ..X




45.* "" "'



3?,519 .1
49,4B "
















8,17e65 ". "
1,427


34,401























jsz.ooa 'I
e ...........i:
18,599
27,945



4,75







4 .19 ..
2,1768






14,575




?, 4SI <::i|
17,645

esaeDB .f a
7,459


<4




a ,6t *


iii
I ;;C;,





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COM MOTT DBSPTI D T OF l lI ity (d ) DEESCIPTIOC ANI UNIT OF AiAfIlfTY Oua Leyt (dl )
Iuantity Idolars) uantity (dollars)


Group 4.-Wood and paper-Continued

Board, planks, and omantlings:
Cyprea ......................................... Dd. ft. 18
Douglas fir, dressed............................ bd. ft. ..........
Southern pine-
Rough....................................... od. ft. 346
Dres ed........ ..... .................. ..... bd. ft. 2,922
Other aoftwoods................................. bd. f .. ..
Hardwoods ....................................... bd. ft. ..........
Barrels, casks, and hogsheads...........................no. 1.30uj
Doora, sashes, and blinds...............................no. 152
Triumings and moldings.............................. n. ft. 948,571
Other millwork and house fixtures......................... ..........
Chairs ......................... .......................no. 7,422
Wood furniture, chief value of wood ........................ ........
Mood furniture, chief value of upholstery ............................
Other wood and manufactures................................ ..........
Cork manufactures ......................................... .........
Newsprint.............................................. b. ..........
Book paper, not coated.................................. b. 60,224
Greaseproof and waterproof paper........................ lb. 22,B25
Wrapping paper, except Kraft............................lo. 3 .'",082
Eraft wrapping paper .................................... D. 4",332
Tisaue and crepe paper ..................................lb. 76,528
Toilet paper .................................... ....... lb. ",153
Paper towels and napkns................................. b 1,765
Box board............................................ lb. 242 ,29
Other paper board .......................................lo. 167,841
Piber insulating board 7 lo inch and
over in thickness................................. sq. ft. 8,0
Filing folders, index cards, and
other office forms ............................... ...... b. 17.114
Writing paper, including fancy writing
paper ................................................. I.. 1,552
Paper bags.............................................. 1 2 4,'-
Boxes and cartons....................................... 1 E74.790
Envelopes. .............................................. 1. 5S.588
Other paper and paper products............................. ..........

Group 5.-Nonmetallic Minerals................................


Coal................................................... ton ..........
Coke.................................................... ton ?2
Gasoline......... .. ............................... .. bl ..........
Kerosene. ............................................ .bbl. ..........
Gas oil and distilled fuel oil.........................bbl..... ....
Residual fuel oil............................... .... bl. .........
Lubricating oil ........................................bbl. 4,506
Lubricating greasea..................................... lb. 9,562
Petroleum asphalt ...................................... ton ..........
Other petroleum products................................... ..........
Cement................................... ..... 76-lb. bbl. 432
Lime............................................. 200-l bbl. 591,150
Cylinder, crown and sheet glass.. .................... ft. L1,75i
Plate and other glass.................................. ... ..........
Unfilled glass containers.................................. ..........
Tumblers, drinKing glasses and sten, rre,
plain, cut, or engraved ............................... no. lc5,.84
Table glassware, n.e.s., plain, cut,
engraved or otherwise decoraLedl....................... io. ..........
Other glassware ......................................... ..........
Pottery, carsa, porcelain, anr eartrermare:
Table and kitchen articles........................... ao. ?,051
Closet bowls and water closet sets..................pieces 1.5 54
Electrical porcelairn................................. lD. 1,410
Other pottery......................................................
Fire clay brick........................................... 2
Other brick..........................................................
Earthen floor and wall tiles........................ q. ft. 28,051
Other terra-cotta and ceramic
manufactures .............................................. ..........
Other clay and clay products .........................................
Abrasives................................................. ..........
Asbestos:
Asbestos, unmanufartures............................. ton ..........
Textiles, yarn and packing ............................lb. 9,610
Brake linin. .................................... ..... ...... .
Other asbestos manufactures, n.e. ....................... ..........
Asphalt and bitumen, natural............................. ......
Rock wool and other semi-rigid and '"fLI"
mineral insulating maLerials................. .. ........ .....
Sulphur ........................................ ........ ..........
Sall .................................................... I c. Z ,2uO.u70
Other nonmetalllc minerals and mineral
products .................................................. ........ .


Group 6.-Metals and Manufactures,
Except Machinery and Vehicles.......................

Iron and steel:
Iron ore.............................................ton
Steel bars, cola fnisned.............................lb.
Concrete reinforcement bars........................... lb.
Steel bars, not containing alloy...................... D.
Other iron and steel oars. ........................... lb.
Iron and steel plates..................................lb.
Iron and steel sheets. galvnized...................... I.
Tin plate and taggers' iin. ............................ b.
Structural iron and steel:
Tanna (storage)............ ........................ l .
Structural shapes-
Not fabricated.................... ..... ..... ton


81 ,9'i
1,454,919
121,160
5.11
430,92d.
E1l .,'0
a.875


i0,.0
12.


.... ..... 616,711


..........
3,719
41.144
3,145
664
11,449
.5,41i
169

212

.1541:


3,208
..........

17,109
192 ,91


12,670
665
10,237

18.854
11,596
19,.23
31.125
15,216

5,314
5.B49
26,600
3,717
5 37
14,734
"'62
280
8,767
11,149

190

< ,i104

787
27,149
59,051
11 ,'"O
1.,445

550,409


10,069



..........
29,158
709
......... ..
5,690
2,724

998
la.,26
181,384

8,64,4


45,4ii6
43.446

45.65!
!i.'12
821
3,445
l,049
l..4
6,804

6,d.l5
451
6,545


4,018
1,542
1,176
1,89'


62
b4,b96

95,32r


Group P.--etals and f'anuftctures,
Except Machinery and Vehicles--Ccnt.

Iron and steel-
Structural iron and steel-Continuel
Structural shapes-Continued
Fabricated........................................ .on
Sasn and frames of iron or ateel.................... l.
Metal lath ind sheet piling......................... b.
Railway track material:
Rails ................................ .......... tor
Rail Joints, srlice oars, ilsh
plates and t:e rlar es........... ...........lb.
SsiLtcres, frogs, and crossines...................... lb.
Boiler tutes .......................................... lb.
Malleable-iron screwed pipe fittings .................. Ib.
Cast-iron pressure pipe and fittings................. lb.
Cast-iron soil pipe and flttlinr ..................... b.
Welded olack steel pipe............................... lb.
Welded galvanized pipe:
Steel............................................... lb.
ltrouhr t iron........................................ lb.
Other tubular products and fittings ...................lb.
Iron and steel wire, uncoated........... .............lb.
Galanized -ire.. ............ ....................... 1 .
barteaa wire..... ...................... ............o.
Woven-mire fencine .................................... lb.
Woven-ware screen cloth...............................lb.
Wire rope and wire strand.............................. b.
Electric welding rods and wire........................ lb.
Other wire manufactures............................... b.
Wire nails ................ ..........................l. b.
Other nails, tacks, and staples....................... lb.
Bolts, machine screws, nuts, rivets,
and washers .......................................... b.
Iron and steel castirns ............................. lb.
RaB.lsay car wheels, tires, and ales .................. b.
Iron and steel forgings, n.e.s ........................lb.
Saftey-razor blades......................................
Table and kitchen cutlery............................ doz.
Other cutlery and parts.................................
Tin and galvanized nollo-. re........................ lb.
Tin cans, finished or unfinished.................. ... lb.
avatories, sinks, and other plumbing
fixtures of enameled Lron or steel...................no.
Enamnled household and hospital ware... .............. lb.
Sneetmetal lockers, storage cabinets,
and filing cases.....................................no.
Other office and furniture and rfxtures.. .............
Metal reds and t-ei apruigs.... ...... .. .............no.
Other metal furni ure ....................................
Gas stoves, ranges, ard heaters ......................no.
kerosene heating and cooking stoves................... n..
Other stoves anr3 parts, except electric .................
Saw and bladea....................... ..................
Files and ra'ps...................................... do?.
Hammers and hatc .et ........... .... ..... .. .... .o2.
'hovele, spades, scoops and drairnee
tools................................ .... ...... 2.
Cirer hand tools and parts, n.e. .. ........ ...........
Paolocks of iron, steel, DriTs and tronce .....oD.
Dulr loc1-, and Lock sets or iron.
steel, brass or bronze ....................... ......do,.
PLnRs arid Dutts, iron or steel... ........... ..do! pr.
Otner builders' hardware....... ..... ...... ..........
Otr.er rsrdware................... ...................
Sprocket ani other power trans'resion
hain ..................................... ....... I .
Other chains............... ..........................lb.
Scales and balances. .................................no.
Metal drums and containers for oil.
ga arnd other liouL s .......... .......................
Other iron and i teel manufactures................ .......
Aluiunum nd manuf cure ........................... ..... .
Copper:
Rerfned copper Ln i otL, btars, etc................... lb.
Pipe' and tubes....................................... b.
Plates and sneets ............ .......... ...........lb.
Wire ( ars) .......................... ...... ......... lb.
Rurt er-coverea copper wire... ...................... .lb.
Heatherproof copperwire...............................lb.
Other insulitea copper sire............. ............. b.
ODner copoer manufactures................................
drass and Bronze:
Pipe fittlr, s and valaes.............................. .t.
Flianber bra's gooi ................................. l.
Harnmare of bra! or bronze lexcl,. inr
locks .. .. ... ........ .... ..... ..
Other brass ana oronze rarufactures ......................
Lead:
PiPs ana Lars............ ...... .. ..............lb.
Sneets, pipes, etc ............. .................... c.
Solder................ ...... ...... ... .......... lb.
Other lead manufactures...... .......... ..........
Other metal and Netall onpoiion rrnuf ctures ....
Platinum snd allied metals. ...................... o
Sliver and grld manufactures. except jeweiry.... ........

uroup 7.--Hachinery and Vernlcle ....................

Electrical Racninery and Apparatus:
Generators ana parts....................................
Welding sets......................................... no.


.",020
18,l4C
20C,3 C


4


11


5
869


198



1, E5
2'. ,2:

11,5,99
! ,423



12E .620

5"l,*"3'
183,r-81
11.C.1O
19.413

13.010
15,704
I e.52
116.0.0
491,706
45,206

75.31Z
10,559

53,2.3
5,0!8
2,566

32,59"
'10.455

17

i9
95.9e5

1

8,209

'5
555


3,41'
1"5







1 .'9S














43,.06
1i,8i0
9,918
151









F. 069

5.,194


U:
HE
;. '
C;:
!F'
k.
Ii
;:
I~ 1


550
124
46

n,894

2.419

4.531
3,'50
3B9
5.1B6
,.20'

14,454

9,36f.
420
19,4'S
",251
1,885
2,487
2,765
1,138
11,100
21,448
5,911

9,502
1,772
1,094
2,695
6,420
4,BB4
6,818
4,067
65,497

562
5-,154

86
5,450'
4',519
200
3,355
4,348
2,529
3,582
5,607
1,168

11.459
19,028
S,4PO

1,168
S.9r8
2,355
13,4"?

4,223
2,495
4.263


44,948
4 ,08


4,195
822
,03SI
2,084

11,104
150

4,550
2,g29

2,'19
N,095

1 ,O7B

4,9"2

8,95'
138
6,626

'L1 226


320
2.534










SHIPMENTS OF MERCHANDISE AND GOLD AND SILVER FROU THE UNITED STATES TO PUERTO RICO-APRIL, 194 -Contiruen .



Y DSlue A OF ITy ) D TI D OF Q
COWIODITY DSCRIFT70TI Ar1 UlHI OF CUOONTITY IanYty dolIarse) coiO RUIMON AID wrt OFr QUANTTrFl a
-;JLTIY anatt1 y (dollar.) 11 1 anut


Group 7.-Machinery and Vehicles-Cont.
Electrical Machi'nery and Apparatus-Continueo

Storage batteries, 6 and 12 volt...................... o.
Flaas light batteries............................... cell
Dry multiple cell batteries, except
flaans l gnt ....... ................................ cell
Other storage, dry and met cell
primary DaLLeries..................... ........... ....
DlerliouLlon transformers, 5-ij kilovolt
ampere. a3nd less ................................... .no.
Other translorrmers...................................no.
Switchboard panels, except telephone...................
Po*er switches and circuit brei'ers
over lu amperes ...................................... .
atLL-hour and other measuring meters...................no.
Other tranaLission and distribulion
apparatus...............................................
floors ............................................... no.
Starting anri control liL equipment
accessurles .cid curta for irtors ........................
PortaDe electric tools. .............................. no.
Electric refrigerators arn parts-
Housenold ........................ ............. ... no.
Commercual up to 1 Lor. ............................. no.
Parts for electric refrigerators ....................
Fl hligtfl cases.....................................no.
Electric fans ........................................ no.
Electric incindescenL Lmps ..........................no.
Electric husrhl ci s hsn~rig 'cnnea ................... no.
Electric Lintesai, vacuum cleaners ....................no.
Electric flatirons .................................no.
Electric cookari ranges. .............................. no.
OLt er du',ietlI heatir.g or coeninrg
device iant utensiis ...................................
IrnduaLri l electric rurr',ces anrd otrer
heeating devices. ........................................
TneripeeIuti and X-ray apparatus .........................
radio apparatus--
Irar smit ing 3 aet.a tues andF pras....................
Heceir v ar k set ........... .............. ........... no.
necelvin r tubes ..................................... no.
feceivine ace corupunents..............................
Telepnone appar Lua ......................................
Uetal londulL ouLlet and jwitcrh boxer....................
Sockets, outletl, fuse blocks arnd
Ligntirg switches ....................................
Electric' interior ligritrig rxLure ............ .........
Other wirin supplies arid line materal .................
Other electrical imcrninerj nd aparatus.................
Industrial machinery:
Locoimo.i ve parts arn- accessories .......................
I Lteam oiler:, fire and sater tures.... ..........eq. ft.
Olrer stean engriesa, cc.nieriers. neaters
arc ac-Te 3 .or ies.............. ....................... .
SLe an spec i tea ...................... .. ........... .
rirternal iu.tusirri t n en. g ne .......... .. ... ....... .n o.
En ,ine accessoriess and part ..... .. .................
c: ain i ors sn pnrts .... ... .......... .........
HRoa-iah tLn eqjip~lernL srd art... .....................
Otner cuistr.c ln equipment anaS parts..................
lnng. >quarr-ng., welit. arid
ref rinr : lacnr nery ............ .........................
Crentrif.rua pumps ...................................no.
Deep seLl turbLne pump ............................... o.
Other pumps and parts. ..................................
eta l-aorKic mar. ery............................ .
Se*ri maIc'unrines-
For JlnietLic use............................. ... ..no.
cFr factory or industrial use.......... ........ ... no.
Searing macrlr-ie parts ............ ....... .............
Bakery rsacr.-nery and psrts ...............
Wloodwcrkieg acc hin ier .i. ................
Bottlingi, bottle-wasring anrd DotLle
laDelinp acn nime-ry and parts .. ....................
Ice-maKIng and refrign rat rg eLuipmenL ..................
Air correasoir ..................................... ..no.
laundr) macennery. ....... ....................... ...
Iron and steel co-,y values for steam,
water, oil and as. .... ..............................
Other Lrau stral macninery ana parts.....................
List-adding, amcnines ............................. .... n.
sicuiating inacnhines ............ ....................... no.
OLter accounLt in and calclat ing
machines and parn as............ .... ... ........ .
Cash register .............. .............. ........... no.
r eyp rTiters..................... ............. .... .... no.
Litter office pp ,ancee anml parts.. ... ................
Print irn and bouoPbin ing mtchnery ............. ........
Horse sna porer pio-s..... .... ............. ........ no.
rher ctiLivatin" unpleients and parts ....... .............
hibeei trhl-klayinr Iractors. ............................. no.
Parts aid a cessories Ior tractors .......... ..............
itrter agricultural TiAcrniry. uiple.Ten's
anrd parts ........ ..............................
Moiter trucs., Dussei rn, *:hrssis.. ..... ....... .... no.
Pareernier csrs ar,- cra: ,s. ............. ..... ...... rnc.
Automobile parts evcepLt battery soxes,
tires, inner tube, nfar, belts arid
encerne3 .......................................... .......
AuLoxaooile accessories. .. .. .. ................
Pumps ficr asjollne .na oil .......... ............... n-.
AUiomnoile service appllacces ...........................


2,674
29,158

33


3o
51





..........
55








41



..........




20


95
14






















I
5

12

1
5










3


15,989
1 ,.359

11

1,482

1,307
1,986
1,460

4,291
660

15,324
3,410

9,182
2,:59

1,673
5,oas
4,166

..........
14,7517


3,949
1,080

1.950

629
1,065

460

2,222
1,162
I 112

-,747

0,926
11,E94
5,246
16,7.7

4,'60




21,081
1.8d5
1,269
2.896
8,418

17,483
5,117
651
23,774
24,15'


4,104
9,182
4 Z9'
5,052

Sl,u2
4,803
1 13l
4 502

163.226

1,925
'20

5K,
lt0
466
3.669
11,155
32 ,.73
;,474
23.991


i6,006
37.219
3,700


. ....... 1168,o98
........ 2,843
.... ... ..........
.......... 1.70TC


Group 7.-Machinery and Vehicles-Cont.

Cycles and parts Lexcept tires)..........................
Wheelbarrows ............................... .......no
Pushcarts and hand truck. ............................. no
Wheels, except automobile and car........................no
Otner vehicle and parts...................................

Group 8. -Chemicals and Related Products............

Coal-tar products........................................,
White mineral oil ...................................... g.
Vitamines and vltaslerols, n.e.s ........................ lb
Biologics:
Serums and antitoxins for human use......................
acc ine5 for human use ..................................
Other biologics.............................................
Elixirs, tinc 'res, extracts and saooules,
and suialar i quid sulution..............................
Tablets, pills, capsules, powders, ointnenrts
and similar manufacturer. .......... .......... ..........
medicinal chemicals (U.S.P.) for
prescription use ...................... ....... .........
Hcusenold medicinal chemicals and
nhsr r.ceit icals in small packages .......................
Uoutr. washes, gargles and personal
antpiseptcs ...............................................
Salves and ointmenrts .....................................
,'old, cough, lnd brornchial preparation& ....................
ionic, blood purifiers, eaulsions, and
appel izer ..............................................
Laxatives, purgatives and cathartics.......................
Milk or magnesia.................................... .....
Digest ice preparations.................................. ..
Headache, neuralgia and pain remedies ..................
Other proprietary and medicinal preparations...............
Agricultural insecticides, fungtclds
and similar preparations and materials ....................
Household and Lrduotrlal insectticides and
extierfiLi ors.. ........................................ lb.
household rand ridustrial disinfectarLs,.
dedorants, gernucidei, repellents, and
L iler preparations...................... .............. lb.
Sac ing pon der ... ....................................... lb.
Polisnes................................................ .lb.
Flavoring extracts.......... ............ ....... ...
OLher icr.e al specialty compounds .........................
Acids and anhydrides......................................
Altonols ...................................................
Otner organic crieaicals ................................ lb.
Aluminums aulohaLe ...................................... Ib,
Bleaching powder........................................ lb.
hydroxioe caustic sodal ................................lb.
Other soaium compounds .................................lb.
Gases, compressed, liqulfied and solidified ................
Other Industrial chemicals...................................
Lneral earthr ard chemical pimenta .................... ... Lb.
Bituminous part, liqui led and plastic...................
Paste and ser5a-p.rte panL colors in oil,
putty and paste wood rul ler.............................lb.
Kalsofine or cold water paints (dry)....................lb.
Rltrocellulo~e ipyroxyILn) lscquera ....................gal.
Thinner for nltrocellulose lacquers...................al.
Ready-cfLxed paints, stains, and enamels ................gal.
varnishes toll or spirit and liquid
dryers) ........... ........ .......................... gal.
Aoniumrm sulphate ....................................... lb.
Other nitrogerous chemical Materials .................... tor
Superpnospnat. ............ .................... ....... tor
Potasuic rertLlizer materials.......... ................lb.
Nitrogenous phosphatic types ........................... lb.
Prepared fertilizer fixtures ...........................l. b
Other fertilizer ..........................................
toilet or fancy soap...................................lb.
Lau onary soap ..... ............... ...... .............. b.
PoederEa or ti ed soap ................................. lb.
Scouring bricks. pastes, powers, soap,
ard washing powders.................................... lb.
Other soaps. ............................................ lb.
Dental creams ................... ....................... lb.
Talcum powder ..............................................
Face and compact powder ...................................
Cold creams ............................................. lb.
Other creams, lotions, and balms...........................
Rouges and other cosmetcs................................
Hair preparations ..........................................
Perfumery and toilet waters...............................
Otner tollet preparations .................................
Other chemicals and related products......................

Group 9'- scel laneous ................................

Motion picture sound equipment ............................
Motion picture film ............................... Iin. ft.
Other sensitized films, not exposed,
rolls or pac qs ................................... .....no.
Photographic paper...................................... lb.
Other photographic apparatus supplies .....................
Optical goods........... .................................
Dental office equipment and supplies......................
Surgical arid medical insLruments..........................
Surgical appliances......................................


980
..........






..........


72,542


28,394
36,000D
110,026

..........


1,052
1,670,000
1,010
56,800
646,665

.....
56,018


57,087
34,586
5,155
17,798
51,956

1,995
5,976,145
..........

5,404,90

1,494,6000

418,406

17,250

357,445
17,591
24,065
..........

617











555,792

16,590
4.503




..........


< 1 .1
14M

1"248 U


.flai*w *:..


1.a.M.s





5,"g











1%194 :
in.



















24 2R6
2,240



.25510 .
5.2*




5,817"












36,152
82..88 2 i|



























S209
S.. .......
41.M




71.18
18,524














19,2.





17,880









407
13,18




5,874


15,810





3,249






13,856
8,529




















16913
10,595














1,880


15,81






















1.S68










:. SHIPMENTS OF MERCHANDISE AND GOLD AND SILVER FROM THE UNITED STATES TO PUERTO RICO-APRIL, 1945-Continued


SNet Value Net Value
COM1ODTT DESCRIPTION AND UNIT OF QUANTITY Q tt dollars ) c DTY DESCRIPTION AND UNIT OF QUANTITY nity dollars )



SGroup 9.-Miscellaneous-Continued Group 9.--Uiscellaneous-Continued

S Other aclentific and professional Jewelry........................ .. .. ........ .. ..... .......... 89,
instruments, apparatus and supplLea.................................. 12,575 Bottle and container closures ........................ gros 31,133 12,880
Piano ..................................................no 1 95 Composition roofing, asphalt and
Phonograph ............................................no 1 50 asbestos, etc...................................... squaree 4,862 8B,25
Phonograph records..................................... .......... 8,159 Buttons and parts.............. ..................... gross 14,777 7,285
Other magical instrument, parts, and Lamps and illumiratir.n devices except
accessories............................................ .......... 3,814 electric....................................... ........ ............ 8 ,408
encil ................................................... .......... 6,771 Matches .................................................... .......... ...........
Fountain pens......................................... doez 512 14,125 Brushes.......................................... .....doz. 11,513 20,338
Ink including printing and Lithographie.................... .......... 1.1793 Combs................................................. no. 311,1C 19,305
Carbon paper.......................... ................... I 632 392 Umbrellas and parasols ................................no. 4,1"9 15.228
Other office supplies................................................. 9,668 Candles................................................ b. 84.284 10,171
Dolls and parts......................................... ........... 7,781 Notions, cheap novelties, and special es ................. .......... 6",597
Children's wheel goods and parts........................... .......... 48 Refrigerators, except electric..........................no. 2 400
mechanical toys ............................. ............ ...... ....... .......... 950 Soda ounta n and bar supply s..... ... ................... ..
Toys, n.e.a.......................................................... L1,842 Coin operated machines, except musical..................no. 4 662
Athlete and sporting goods................................ .......... 9, 17 Household and personal effects ............................. .......... 19,045
Bound educational extbooks ........................................... 21,526 All commodltles exported for relief or
Other bound books ..................................................... 3,121 charity. ................................... .................. 1,498
Catalogs and pamphlets....................................... .......... 1,056 All other articles.......................... ............ ......... 45,542
Lithographically printed m trer, except
maps..................................................... .......... 24,994 GOLD AND STLVER
Other printed matter ..................................... .......... 32,266
Clocka and parts ....................................................... 280 Silver coin................................... ..... ..... ... ............
Watches and parts..! ....................................... .......... 13,424 Gold coin..................................................




SHIPMENTS OF MERCHANDISE AND GOLD ATJD SILVER FROM FPERTO RICO TO "HE UNITED STATES-APRIL, 1h45



e Value COODITY DCRIIO A Ot dalue
COAMDInTY DESCR IO N AND UNIT N "OF UAITM Quantity dollarss) COMMODITY DESCRIPTION Al. UINT Of 'UANTI ntity (dollars)
t nl~g (olla ristity (dolars


Total value............................................... ..........

Total value of merchandise...........................................

Total value of Gold and Silver.....................................

Foreign merchandise........................................ .........

United States products relurned.......................... ..........


Puerto Rican products.....................................

Cattle hides and skkns...................................lb.
Goat hides and skins..................................ib.
Beeawax .......... ....... .............................. lb.
Vegetables, fresn, canned, dried, etc...................lb.
Fresh fruits ...................................... ...
Prepared or preserved fruits:
Citrons in brine...................................... t.
Pineapples............................ ............... .
Other prepared or preserved irults.................... lb.
Coconuts:
In the ahell............................................ U
Sweetened, shredded or prepare .......................Lb.
Cocoa beans ............................................. lb
Coffee:
For export .............................. ............lb
Other.................................................. n.
Sugars
Unrefined..................................... .1,C lb.
Refined........................ ................1,0C. lb.
bM la seas............................................... al.
Honey................................................... b.
Fruit juice........................ .................. gal.
Cordials.......................................... pf. al.
Rum .............................................. pf. gal.
Vegetable oals ......................................... lb.
Bulbs, roots, trees, plants, etc ........................ Ib.
Tobacco and mar.ufsctures:
SLeaf, stemmed ......................................... t.
Stems, scraps and trimmings............................ .
Cigars and cheroots.................. ..................
Cigarettes...................................... .
Otner tobacco and manufactures .......................lb.
Cotton, raw ............................................ lb.
Cotton manufactures:
aomen's dresses, skirts and waists...................doz.
Women's underwear ................................... oo.
Children's dresses...................................doz.
Men's and boya' loatting.............................doz.
Nightgowns and pajamas ...............................doz.
Handkerchiefs............. ..........................doz.
Bridge sets, table covers, scarfa towels anr napkins.aoz.


154,910


68,984



2,39d,179
337,61C0

29'
531 ,9cO


10


164,065
30,893
1,145,916

99,244
946
265,135

17,146

558.914
151, '4
6,398
9,950
8,496



415
9,191

1,009
IC.,117
4,490-


12,386,927

12,368,927



1,401

83,698

12,Z83.828

17,374


6,'39
6,57.


505,520
37,'79

2','5'
163.E52





5,5895.933
1,783,784
216.148

68,175
_,21C'
919,287

16,025

53",425
51,188
531,76['
58,800
6,899



7,469

33,114
16,545
623,685
27,3'4


Cotton manufactures cont.
Sheets and piLlor cases....... ......... ... .....do 1,513
lAces ................................. ............. yd. 29.253
nO ner cotLLn manufactures......................... ....... .... ....
Linen manufactures:
Handlercrenef .............................. ...... do. 7,332
Br.coe sets, lurnhecn cloths, tile :cov-rc nd crirI.dcz. Z25
owel. and napkni ....................... .......... do. 411
Other linen r>Anufactures ................................. ..........
Hats of straw or fiber.................... ............doz ..........
Silk TAnu l'ict ure:
Bloaes ......... ........ ....................... oz ..........
Llnder-ear ....... .. .............................. .Jo. 2
HarndlercFea .................. ................doz. 150
Otner silw manrfaciture5............ .................... ..... .. ..
Rayon Ar.nufactures:
Handlerchlefs .............. .... .............. o 1 ,11
Hairnets ....................... .. .......... .....rrcas ,'
Underwear ...................... .... .. .......... dor. .d86
blouse ...... ............... .. ....... .. .lo 2.696
rcrc et snoods.................... .... ............ ..doz. ..........
Otner rayon manufactures .........................................
Wool crochet scarfs ....................................doz. 205
Faoric gloves. .............................. ..... oz. pr. 2P.841
Leather gloves ................................... doz.u pr. 2,0'4
Rugs, woolen.................... ....................... no. 1,41"
hugs, booed, string, and orner rue' (not including
fiber rugs .......... ............ .... .. ...... o. 5,719
lapestries............................................ .no. 503
Wood and manufactures ...................................... ..........
Scrap metals................. ................... ......lb. ..........
Diamonds ................................... ......... ..... ..........
Medicinal and pharmaceutical preparationa............................
Acetone ................................... ...... l. 2',434
Alconols:
Butyl .................... ......................... gal. 37,120
Etnyl.................................. ............. l. ..........
Denat ured..................... .. ....................e l ........
Bay rim, perfumery, cosmetics-, and toileL preparations..... ..........
Buttons, pearl or shell..... ..... ... ..... ... roes 54.989
Other buttons.............. ..... ...................... ..........
Sleeve badges. ................................... ...... ...........
Rosaries... ........................... .............. ro s 115
toy Dalls, including Loy base balls....................doz...........
Undeveloped film ................... ................................
Printea mat er ................ ............................. .........
Household and personal effects. ........................... ..........
All other articles......................................... .........
00LD AlrND S.IVN
Gold bullion refine. .............................. o. try ..........
Gold corn.................................................. ..........
SLiver coin...........................................


11,484
9,70-
19,3'9

24.005
'25
1,034
1,210



839
2,896
49

59,"63
18e,11
192.907
84 ,143

71,8'"
2,644
280,616
59,479
47,773

43,127
2,088
9,2e4

78,827

2 ,090

61.913


20,980
62,699
7,688

1,933

205
486
47,591
'',978


...........


















OMIODITY DESCRIPTION AND UNIT OPF UAVIlTY met ( ) C OD DVESeCRIPTIO AD DM CIa ArW l" .T wT
...i


lotal value ..... .............................. .... ......
Total value of merchandise ................................
Total value of gold and silver .............................

MERCHANDISE

Group O0.-Animala and AnLnal Products,
Edible.............................................

Beef and veal ..................................... ... b.
Hams and shoulders ..................................... lb.
Other pork.............................................. lb.
Sausage, not canned ................................. lb.
Canned meats ............. ............................. lb.
Other meats and meat product, n.e.s ................... lb.
Lard and tallow........................................lb.
Oleomargarine of animal or vegetable fats............... lb.
Milk, condensed and evaporated .................. ......lb.
Butter.................................................. b.
Cheese................................................. lb.
Other dairy products, including infants'
feed, malted milk, etc...................................
Flsh, canne ............ ............................... b.
Other lish and fish products.............................lb.
ggsa in the shell ...................................... doz.
Animals and other animal products,
edible ..................................................

Group C.-Aniuals and animal
Products, Inedible.................................


...... ...,

28,225
6,100
2,805
5,290
15,179




60
1,365


21

..........


Boots and shoes:
Men's and boys ................................. .....pr. 16
Women's and misses' ..................................pr. 3,864
Other leather and manufa trures ............................ .........
Other animal products, inedible............................ ..........


Group 1.-Vegetable Food Products
and Beverages.......................................


Rice....................................... ............ n. ..........
Wheat flour ....................................196-lb. bbl. B2
Biscuits and cracKers...................................1. 35,240
Other grains and preparations .................. ....................
Muxed dairy and poultry feeds............................ton 52
Other fodders and feeds..................................... ..
Beans, dried................. ...... ................. .lb. ..........
Peas, dried.......................... ................... b. 4,240
Potatoes, white .. ..................................... .1 45,20u
Other fresh vegetables (tonatoes ......... ................ ..........
Canned vegetables and juices.. ........................lb. 45,672
Other vegetables ana preparations.......................... ..........
Oranges ............................................... boxes 554
Other fresh fruits................................ ........ ..........
Dried and evaporated fruits ..........................lb. ,il10
Canned fruits....................................... ... ib. 360
Other fruits and preparations.............................. ..........
Nuts............................................. ... 1 9,563
Cooking fatal other than lard.............................lb. 21,996
Other edible vegetable oils and fats......... .........ln. 18,909
Chocolate, including sweetene. ............ .......1o. 348
Coffee............................................ ... .1. 4,794
Tea........................... .........................lb. 3.98
Sugar, refLned................. ........................lb. 215,0iC
Molasses.......... .......... ........ ........... ....gal. 382,5C0
Confecticnery................ ........................... 5,8`1
Chewing gum ............................................ lb. 1,400
Malt liquor............................................ gal. :1,54
Distilled liquors ................................. pf. gal. ..........
Otrer beverages............................... ............ ..........
Other vegetable food products...... ............... .........


Group 2.-Vegetable Products,
Inealbie, Except Fliers and hood...................
AutomombLe casings.................................... .no.
Rubber beit ne, nose, and paciLng ...................... lb.
Other rubDer and manufr ctluresf... .................. ......
Vegetable oils. inedible................... ............ b.
Cigarettes........ ......... ............................M
tnher tobacco and manuractures ............................
Other inedible vegetable products ..........................

Group 3.--Text le Fibers and
Manufactures ................ .....................
Cotton and manufactures:
Cotton tnread, twine, coraage and rope................ o.
Cotton duc ...................................... sq. yd.
lnbLeacnie cotton cloth ..........................sq. yd.
Bleached and colored cotton cloth...................sq. yd.
Hosiery............................................ Co pr.
Underwear rbnio................................. ..dor.
Overalls, breeches, and pants ........................doz.
Shirts............................................... doz.
Women's dresses and ensembles.........................no.
Otner cotton wearing apparel.............................
Cotton and other cotton manufactures.....................
Vegetable fiber manufacturaes..............................
Wool and manulfetures....................................
Silk manufactures.........................................
Rayon and other synthetic textiles..........................
Hats and caps.......................................... no.
Other textile manufactures.................................


'L
477

10,208
5,896

..........


95

808
225
44

2
24
21






1,176
....... ...


367,308
567, 308






20,281

5,521
2,440
1,002
2,442
5,912
..........



35
470

1,899
20



540


10,773

446
7,981
2,076
270


.......... 135,786


.. ... .. .
567
8 ,958
2,910
4,888
107

415
1,467
1,128
6,568
5,285
1,154
769
1,290
31
65
1,812
4,860
3,632
103
1,276
2.999
11,247
52,020
1,346
963
19,461

1,580
1,105


65,734
2,120
661
1,136
46,655
14,494
323
345


172

22?7
96
95
175
30
324
61
828
461
2,128
88

1,657
875
1.223


Group 4.-- ood and Paper....... ..,.......... ...... .........


Wood and manufactures;
Southern pine, boards, planks, and scantings...... d. i. ft
Other sawmill products...................................
Tight empty barrels, casks, and hogaheads...............no.
Furniture of wood...................................... ...
Wooden re.................................................
Other wood and manufactures...............................
Paper and related products and manufactures................

Group 5.--Nonmetallie Minerals.......................

Coal.................................................... L
Cement, hydraulic..............................376-b. bbl.
Glass and glass products..................................
Clay and slay products................................,
Asphalt and bitumen manufactures, n.e.se....................
Other nonmetallic mineral productsa.........................

Group 6.-Metals and Manufactures,
Except Machinery and Vehicles.......................
Iron and Steel manufactures:
Iron and steel barp.................................. b
Iron and steel sheets.................................lb.
Structural iron and steel...............................
Tubular products and fittings........................lb.
Wire and manufactures..... ...........................lb.
Halls and holts, except railroad.................... .lb.
Hollo ware, tin and galvanized.......................lb.
Enameled ware of iron or steel...........................
Metal furniture and fixture..............................
Toole............................................ ........
Hardware ................................................
Metal drums, and containers for oil,
gas and other liquids.................................
Other iron and steel manufactures.......................
Copper manufactures....................................
Brass and bronse.......................................
Other metal and metal composition
manufactures, n.e.s....................................


V&

90


..........








..........
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5,974
785
122


Group 7.-Machinery and Vehicles .................... ......


Batteries................................................
Electric refrigerators and parts...........................
ElecLric appliances......................................
Radio apparatus............................. ....
Other electrical apparatus...............................
Construction and conveying machinery......................
Pumps and parts...........................................
Brewers machinery and parts.................................
Other Lnnustrial machinery and parts........................
Refrigerating equipment and parts..........................
Cash registers......................................... no.
Typewriters ........................................... no.
Other office appliances and printing
tachinery........................................... .....
Agricultural machinery and Implements.......................
Motor trucks and buses..................................no.
Passaen er cars......................................... no.
Automobile parts, except battery boxes,
tires, inner Lubes, ran belts and engines................
Other vehicles and parts...................................

Group 8.-Chemicals and Related
Products ...........................................
Coal-tar products.........................................
Uedicinal and pharmaceutical preparations .................
Chemical specialties..................................
Alcohol....................................................
Other industrial chemicals................................
Pigments, paints and varnishes.......... ...................
Toilet or fancy soap....................................lb.
Laundry soap...........................................b.
Other soap ..............................................Ib.
Perfumery, cosmetics, and toilet
preparations............................................
Other chemicals and related products.......................

Group 9.-lUscellaneous..............................
Photographic and projection goods.........................
Scientific and professional Instruments,
apparatus and supplies...................................
Musical instruments, parts, and
accessories...............................................
Miscellaneous office supplies...............................
Books, maps, picture and other printed
matter...................................................
Clocks and watches.......................................
Bottles and container closures ........................grose
Watches...................................................
Notions, cheap novelties and specialties ...................
Refrigerators, except electric...........................no.
Household and personal effects.............................
ll commodities exported for relief or
charily..................................................
All other articles........................................
GOLD lAN SILVER


..... .....


..........



.....ii.....i
..........i

11,431

4.344


G0D

......... i


Silver coin.................................. ....... .......*
Gold coin................................... ..........


ei .ii

..... ..












...... ..









.69 .:.;1E.


'4 H:







4*. ai


S

......... ,
*18
1,10




















...... ..w ''a


"


Ij


.......... 8,459


*Ijfj;
.~ ~~~~ ... : *;iMJab
`;-V




I ,44v1ew1j b -


SHIP
= :-=


MEANS OF MERCHANDISE AND GOLD AND SILVER FROM THI VIRGIN ISLANDS TO THE UNITED STATES-April, 1945


1et Value Net Value
CcoDIrTY BsCRIPtLON AMD UT ANTY ity dollarr) COMMODITY DESCRIPTION AND UNIT OF WrAll TTT (doVl s)


Total value................................................ ......... 218,895 Other edible animal products ..... ......................... ... .... 576
Rides and kins .................. .. ............... .. .... .. ..... 10
Total value of mereandise................................ ........... 218,895 Animals, inedible ................ ... ... ............ ..... .. .... ....
Rum .................. ............ ... ........... pf.gal. 127,4u7 174,138
Total value of gold and ilver ............................ .......... ....... Whiskey ............................................ f.gal. ...... ...........
Wood and manufacturers .................................... .......... 474
tUited States products, returned ........................... .......... ....... Perfumery and toilet waters, inclu lng bay rum............ .......... 400
Containers............................................. .. ......... 25.624
Virgin Island product ..................................... .......... 218,895 Household and personal effects ............................ ..... .... 860
All other articles.. .......... ..................r. ..... .......... B,61L
Cattle..................................... ..... A
Other anudml edible.......... ............ .....................
Bea fre chilled or frozen...........................l. 53,764 8,103 Gold bullion, refined...................... .......oi.r.tro .......... ..........



SHIPMENTS OF MERCHANDISE AND GOLD A!ID SILVER FRO. UNITED STATES TO HANAII-April, 1945


OOiDIDITY DiSCGIPTION hND UNIT OF .UWIITIY Q ity id I o s) COMKODI T DE. ,iUPTION AND UNIT .Ff UjJTITY .u1 ty lara)
Quantity dollars) ____________________________ uantttyJ loot lasr)


Total value.......................................... ... ..........

Total value of 'nrecaniisae............................ ............... ..

Total value or gold and silver .................................... .

Group 00.-Animal and Animal Products, Eaiole..................


Aniala, edible..........................................
Beef or veal, not canned:
Fresh or frozen.....................................lb.
Pork, not manned:
Fresh or frozen.................................... 1.
Hams L.nd shoulders, cured........................... i.
Bacon...................................... ...... b.
Other pork, pickled or salted.......................1D.
Mutton or lamb, not canned..............................lb.
Sausage, bologna, cnd frankfurters, not canned...........lb.
Pork, canned ......... ............ ....................... lb.
Sausage, bologna, and frankfurters, canned...............lb.
Other canned eat.................. .................. lb.
Poultry and ga e, fresh, not canned....................lb.
Kidneys and livers, fresh, frozen, or cured, not canned.lt.
Other meat products .......................................
Butter............................................... It .
Cheese.......................................... ...... lb.
lnfc.nts'food. Jnalted m lk etc ...... ........ ........ it.
Other animal oils and rats, edible .....................
Fresh fish except shellfish, not c&nne................ Ir.
Snri p ........................... ..... ... ..... .1
Fish, salted, pickled, or dry-cured... ...... ......lb.
Fish, canned......................... .......... .. lu.
Other edible fish and fish products ....................
Eggs, in the shell........................ ............ .d
Egg products, n.e.a................................... o.
Other animals and animal products, ediole~..................

Group 0.-tAnimal .an ani nal Products, Lnelible.......

Leather ..................................................
Boots. shoes and other footwear with leather uppers:
Boots and shoes:
Men's............................................ pr.
women's ........................................... pr.
Other..............................................
Boots, shoes, and other footwear, with uppers of
materials other than Leather..........................pr.
Women's and children's handbags, pocketbooks and
purses...................... .... .............. .
Card cases, change purses, wallets, and similar
articles.............................................. no.
Luggage and related articles.............. .............no.
Other leather manufactures................................
Other inedible animals and animal products................


Group 1.-Vegetable Pood Products and Beverages......


Malt............................................. ....... .
Biscuits and crackers. ..................................lb.
Other grains ani preparations....................... ....
Mixed dairy and poultry feeds ......................... ton
Other feeds...... .......................... ...........
Vegetables, fresh or frozen ................... .......
Vegetable, canned:
Asparagus........................................... 1c.
Peas ................................................ lb.
Soups............................................... .
Tomato juice........................................b.
Other canned vegetables and juices.................. io.
Ketchup, chili sauce, and other tomato taole sauces.....lb.
Mayonnaise and salad dressing........................... I.
Olives ................................................. 1 .
Other sauces and rellshes................................I.
Teast........................ ... ... ............ .. .
Other vegetable preparations...............................
Subtropical fruits, fresh:
Oranges and Langernnes............................. box
Other subtropical fruit, fresh.........................


310,460

69,856
5.456
37,3.59

138,271
67,788
59,583
21,381
85,485

55,085

22-1, 51
1!2,684
341,917

300,966

34,814
4.,272


139,190'


.......... 5.,04

.......... 15 ,.903


17,. ,-O
i,873


4,643

3,462

8,980
632


24,750
96.B66

1,3-1



126,214
66,896
316,657
56.42
569,698
147,952
179,889

46,472
70. 000


17,697
. ... .. ..


10,965,699

10,963,699



1,019,862

22,400

103,857

18,056
1,833
10.306

38,171
67, 768
17,825
8,195
30,852

28,661
467
1C9,"%48
46,'41
Ikh, 123
17,2 9
5,1,255

".41E
24,231
ii,'6?
141.8.41
*s,502


20,522


48,.itS
l,5o9
11.309

1,671

14,58~7

18,421
e.,891



1,275,724

41,51C
i 266
57.654
10,o93d
16,865
67,244

3!Q,771
6,709
53,380
3,649
7,942
22,925
43,991

0,3585
10,150
20,194

69,769
13.583


Group 1.-Vegetable food Products and Beveragea-Con.

Otner fruits, fresh or frozen.............................
Dried and evaporated fruits ................................
Canned fruits................... ............... ...... lb.
Otner fruits and preparations........................... I.
Peanuts ................................................ b.
Other nuts and nut preparations...........................
Cottonseed oL, refined.................................. .
Cooking fats, except lard..................... .........ic.
Other vegetable oils and fats, edible ......................
Cnocolate...............................................o.
lea ..................................................... 1 .
Coffee, roaated........................................ t.
Other table Deverages ...................................l .
Spices ...................................... .. ...... lb.
Confectionary:
Chocolate candy.....................................1.
Other cand ......................................... lb.
Confertlona and aesserts............................ l.
Chewing gu .........................................1 .
Ou er sugar and related products..........................
Distilled spirits:
Rum ............................................ p gal.
nirsKyv ........................................ pf gal.
Other distilled liquors and compounds.
containing spir ts ..........................pF gal.
Lnes ............... ..............................al.
Sirups ani flavors for ceveraes....................... gal.
Fruit juices, including concentrated....... ...........gal.
Other beverages, n e. ......... ...................... ..

Group 2.-VejeLt. le Proiucts, Inedible Lxcept
FiberE ...o l.. .....................

automotLle casings ............ .....................no.
La&s.n s nd Linner tut es.... ...... .. .................. no.
lire sundries and repaLr riaterials............... ..... ic.
Om, er rubber and roanufactures.............................
Tobacco manufactures:
Cigars and oneroots ................................... A
Ci E reLt es....... ... ....... ......................... .
SmOoking tobacco.................... ................ I.
Other toGecco mani tactuire .............................
Otuer vegetable products, irea oLe .........................


Group 3.--TeatLle Fibers .ni Manufactures ........... .........


Cotton thread, twinn, cordage, and rope................. lD.
Cotton cloth duex and tire fabrics..
Finished cloth, oleacned, d,ed, printed, stiffened
or OLhergise :onvertel, and colorea yarn. Ifarica:
40 inches wide and narrower:
Drills, ltwils, and warp sateens..........sq. yd.
Printeloth yarn fabrics, all widris.. ..sq. yd.
Colored yarn fabrics .... ...... yo.
Other cotton fabrics........... ...... .........
Cotton wearing apparel:
Handkercniefs.... ..... ... ....... ...... oz
KniL goods:
Hoairry.. ..... ........ .. j '. prs
Unlerwear.. ......... 'o.
Other Krnit Loods0 .... ....... ........
Garments of woven fabricg-
JOerails, Dr-eches, pants, aprons, and men's
work clothing, n.e.a............ .. 1.. :.
nh rts............. ...................... ..... oz .
Other laen's and boJa' cloming of oven
fabrics, n.e.s ............................... do
Women's .tresses rid enaemales. .............. no.
..oLien's and children's un'erea6r and
ni1rLnear not 1rut ............................ .dz
Cniliren's outernear, not knit..................... .
Other women's apparel 1jl oven laorics. n.e.s.. ....
Cotton house f'urruantngs.................. .......
Other fabricated products of cotton, n.e.. ..............
Other cotton manuifactures............ ....................
Vngeta lie fliers anm ..sian' actures.......... .............


25,027
142,842

95,750
264,669

92,487
4.875
21.912
348
5.,335

15,545
40,857
116,639
17,678



11 ,31

1,353

12,111
10,420


8,477
12,777
220,'07


2,172
15,414

... ......


817
6,337
66,768
5,766
23,469
25, 788
18,818
55,167
18,320
17,220
3,605
6,674
58
7,721

4,599
8,726
52,952
12,548
13,491


162,569

16,651

44,107
10,800
13


........ 1, 1 ,55i9


192,192
38.02
61,703
48,674

Z18,551
714,521

81,034
34,062

1,145,737


27,796 13,849


10.249
2,844
2k,255


.,877

051
908



11l
216

864
10.005o

1,614
l.olO
... ... ..


7,551
612
6,493
5,449

19,170

1,.33
5,117
9,444


-,692
5,959

15,406
45,655


10,213
57,739
5s,579
6,627
25,736
10, 553










SHIPMENTS OF MERCHANDISE AND COLD AND SILVER FROM THE UNITED STATES TO HAWAII-April, 1945-Cotituedl .
117I


CLAODITI DSCRIPTION AND UNIT OC Q1ATITT


Fabrics wholly or chiefly of ool..........................
Wool knit goode ............................ ........ ....
Men's overcoats, suits .nd pants........................no.
Woman's and children's wool cloning, not knit.............
Other wool or mohair anulactbures .............. ........
Piece goods, wMoily or chiefly r.yon and other
synthetic fibers:
Ib.
Woven flamsnL yarn uDrLcs ................... eq, yd.

aq. yd.
Rayon house furnishinge..............................
Dresses, shirts, blouses, and otner outer Near
for women and children .............................
Hosiery.......................................doz. pra.
Underwear, knit ....................................doz,
Underwear, oven...................................doz,
Sleeping and lounging garments, knit or woven...... doz.
Other rayon, nylon and other synthetic
Laxtiles and manufac ures............................
Waterproof outer garments, except rubber or rubberized..no.
Corsets, broasiors and girales, except all rubber.......no.
NecKties, cravats, mufflers, and scarfs of all fiters..doz.
hats, bonnets, nooas, caps, and berate.................no.
absorbent cotton guze, and aserilizea bandages........ lb.
Other LextLle fsbers ana manufacLures......................


Group 4.-Wood and Paper,............................... ...


Boards, planks., an scant 11ins, less taun 6
Inches rn least aimension:
Sofliw'oas:
Douglos fir:
Rough................ ............. ... h ft.
Dressed............... ............. t i. ft.
Ctner softrons .. .. ... .............. od. it.
Furniture of "oo .................. ... .......... ....
OLter woo ianufacture: .......... ............... ... .
Printing paper...... .......... .............. ...1.
Greaseproof .rd waterprolf paper ............... in.
Wrappiri paper............................... ..... .... I.
Pillng fLsders, -odex iarda .nl other office
form, plain or printed...... ......................i.. .
Writing paper...... ......... ........................ .
Paper bags... ........................................... .
Boxes and carLons............ ........................ IL.
Other parer related products .nd anmulfactarea.............
Other wood aid paper.......................................

Group 5.-NonD eLtlliC MniraiS..L ......................

Aviation motor fuels .................... ... .. ..... bDi.
Motor fuel and gasoline ......................... ..... DrI.
Other motor fuel and gas lllnr ..............................
Kerosene.................................... ... ...... bbl.
Gas oil and distlLlate fuel oil........................to l.
Resiiual fuel oil................... ....................bbl.
Lubricaltir oals. ........................................
Lubricatilg greases, except graphite lu~ricanta ... ......
Petroleum asphalt ................................... 1. ton
Other petrrcleum and products.................. ............
Hydraulic cement............ ....... ................ .bol.
Unfilled glass containers, includa-i usel ..................
Other glassuare.............................. .... ........
Pottery ... ........................ .......... ...... .....
Other nan.teLal miner .................


Group 6.-Metals iad rd nu';:lure.
Lxcert M&r.hinery and Vericles


Iron ant steel Dars .,na ro- .. ... ......... .. .
Tin plate ,nd taggers tin.. ........ ... ...... ..10
Ciner Iron and sLeel semiinauractures... .........
Structural iron ani ste-l.. .. ...... ...............
T*cular pr3luc.s ana flLtting.......... ...........
WLr: rnd manufacturer s .. ... ......... ......... .
Nails and bolt3, except railroad ani air-
cr St ............ ... ... .. ............. o.
Other steel m iil nanufi cLure ...... ................ ......
Cutlery ...... ..... ... ... .. .
Hollow* w ore ....... .. ........... ... ... ...........
Tools....... ..... ........ .......... .......
Har.laare .... ........ ................... .. .......
Metal Iruas ant containers for oil, gas,
and other lil u ils anl iOilis................. ...........
deal furrn ture and fixturea..............................
Other iron and steel advance, mianufracturea................
Copper............... .. ................ ............
brass and bronze................... ...................
Other nonferrous 9res, metals, and ail alloys,
except precicus........ .. ...........................
Precious metals, ani plated r.re, except Jewelry...........
Otner metals and .-anufacturesa.... .......................

Group 7.-Electrica Ua.:r.Lnery and
App.ratus.. ............. ....... ... ....


Net I alue
Quntity I (dollars)


COMODITT DESCRIPTION AND UNT OF QOUAITIT


let
01tity


Telis
1033ev~ir.). ;


+ I I+ I -


..........

4,808

..........


851
2,722
3,950
15,676
..........


781
2,026
2,828
722


465
18,545
1.957
19,323
62,641
....... ...


111

418



oIl,'il
116,6 l
531

6,077
11.006
7,756
4,708,674






33,770'
31,1;7

23,521
97,218
259,800
..........
407,574
891

8,294


',4 70,,





IC',6..7


Batteries. .. ...... ....... .. ................. ..........
Motors, starters, and controllers. ....... ..... ..
Electric refrigerators ann parls.... ... .. ..............


16,486
23,497
52,703
17,387
14,197


1,532
..........
13,20a
.... ......
2,814

435,057
5.373
13,266
37,939
34,781

34,351
2,834
19,629
18,853
15,515
34,382
55,166
623,531





7,5811
7.se9

26,099
10,"53
5:.,978
IS,7d3
LE,014
109

1,125
4,959
1,032
294,549
90,970
11,540

1,453,689

85,100
130,7i3
559,535
76,169
162,Li5
aB5,978
41,,.17,
17,037
11,839
8,582
17,1 f7
8,658
'6,411
32,365
11,142


. ..... 1,110,


l",4o!
422.747

i9,764
51,3016

1','197
14,697
%1,451
4,153
60,581
20,386

11,7a9
I. 290o
.9,663
36,212
22,506

27,368
8,170
1,159


974,31?

29,594
24,024
17.461


Group 7.-Electrical Machinery end
Apparatus -Continud

Electrical appliances..................................
Signal and ca~mnicatlon devices..........................
Other electrical machinery and apparatusa..................
Power-generating equipment................................
Construction and conveying machinery.....................
Mining, well, and pumping machinery.......................
Power driven metal working machine toolae..................
Textile, sewing and nhoe machinery.........................
Other LnduaLrial machinery................................,
Accounting, Dookkeeping, and calculatLng
machines and parte......................................
Other ltfice appliance.....................................
Tractors and parta.........................................
Other agricultural machinery and implements...............
Automonile parts and accessories:
Motor truck, busses and chenals (nes):
1 and not over 1 L/2 tons ....................... no
Over 1 1/2 ton, not over 2 1/2 ton.............no,
Over 2 1/2 tons.................... ........ .... ,
Automobile parts for replacement...................
Other vehicles and part.s...........................

Group B.-Chemicals and Related
Products..................................

Vitamins and vitasterole, n.e.a.........................lb.
Other medicinals and phamaceuticals ......................
Cnloropicrin...........................................lb,
Other agricultural insecticides, ungicides
and similar preparations and materials.
ary or lijuLd base....................................lb,
Household and industrial insecticides,
extermlriators, &nd repellents, liquid paste,
powder or aolid form .................................lb.
Specialty cleaning and mashing compounds,
except sop..........................................Lb.
Flavoring extracts ...............................
Other chemical pecialties....... ........................
Industrial chemicals......................................
heady mixed points, sLains and enamels ...............gal.
OL.her pigments paint and varnruahes.......................
PoLassac fertillzer materials............................ l.
SoarF:
loluet or fancy............................ ........b.
Laundry .............................................lb.
Powdered or flaked......................................I.o
Scouring, brick., pastes, po-ders, soaps,
ana household washing powders....................lb
Hair preparations........................................
Perfumery and toilet watere...............................
OLher soap and toilet preparations .........................
Other cnemslcbs and related products......................


Group 9. -isceLlanous...................................


Positive motion picture films, exposed or
developed........................................... .ft.
Photographic paper......................................lb.
Other photographic and projection goods....................
Optical goods:
Sun or glare glasses and sun goggles ...................
Other spectacles, eye classes gogglea,
lenses, n.e.s., and frames...........................
Pnonoeraph records, except motion picture
ournd records and dictaphone records...................
Fou rta.n and stylo rapnic pens .............................
OL er riic-lalInous office suppLiesa........................
Doll, cni.iren's mneel gooos and toys......................
athletic :nd sporting Eool .................. .........
Boors and pampnleLs:
soun.i eaucaticnal books. ..............................
Other bounl DOKS. .....................................
Li.tnorraphnlc ly prir.tel maLter...........................
OCrer OnoKs, aips, pictures and other
prLnLe altter...........................................
..tlr hes ............................................ ......
Jewelry and other articles to Dr worn on
or carriel aboiu tne Fprson:
OIf soia 1 o1o 0o platinum. ................ ............
LI- other ..etsls, silver. gold filled,
roilea gold plate, iLn base metal
sNeLtrer or not electroplated:
I.n's Jeselry ............................ .........
Womnn's JeweLry ..................................
Other articles ....................................
-:- other materials:
Women's jewelry...................................
Other je-elry..........................................
Bottle ni container closures n.e.s. ...............gross
Fipes and smokers articles.................................
Notilois. .rep novelties. and ppeoialties. n.- ........
HoL.-eol'l nir prinnali effects............... ............
All jrticl's. n.e.s............... ...... .. .............
rOL9 ,tND SILVER
Goil -nd liver '.ilLon ............. ..............


.. ..... ...

..........

... .......
..........
... ........








4
12
12
..........
..........


..........

2,4368

..........


...118.222


131,962

151,980



19,128

2,499,250

182,299
113,551
38,684

266,281
..........
..........
..........


355,479
65,056
..........


.........
..........
..........

..........
..........
31Id.304
..........
....... ...
........
..........


'slu


107,4 0
M.40 ..:




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.. ... .. ..

ml4







45z32,









.....
&,aa



9,4S .::
Bi,90 .i 3


145,L6

36.429






SS 560











5. 5 -0
14,65



48,875

18,915

8,559
12,625
52,097

2!1.965
fi6,582


277,935


19.611
96,272
15,046

22,642
14,105
57,407
1,106
30,953
55,111
183,084


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Net Value CNet Value
COMUOGI TY DESCRIMYION aND UNI OF QUANTITY uantity (do-rs) COU IY DESCRIFION nND UIn OF UlTIrY u ity (doare)


Total value.................... .................... ........ 7,469,20. 5 Uace lamia nu s ........................ ....... ........... ...........
Coffee............. ....... ....... .................. .. .... ... .........
Total value of merchandise ............................... .......... 7,169,205 Sugar:
Unrefinel ......................................... lo. 167,584,200 5,532,767
Total value of Gold and Silver ............................. .......... ........... Refine ............................................ .
Molasses .............................................. .
Foreign merchandise ....................................... .......... ........... H money .............................. .. ..... .......... ... ..........
Beverages an.: fruit ulices:
United States products returned ......................... .......... 365,088 Prila rfpapyaJ. ............. ............. ...............
Pineap e ...... ...... .............. .....gal. 89,097 58.472
Harvilan produce La......................................... .......... 7.. 1,'0 119 ake ............ ......... ........... Ra......................
Tallow............................ ............. ......., 21,77 1,950 Other ... ....... ......... ..... .... ........ .... ... .. ..........
Fisn, canned.................................. .. ..... ... ........ .......... Frozen h liver.... ... ............ ............. .. ... ..................
Cattle nides ............................................ 1 1,9,66 Cattn earning appar ........ .............. ....l.........................
Bee axi......................... .... .................. IL. ....... ........... hoo ur.anua'cturei ... .... ... .. ...... .
Vegetables: 'Paper and ranufacturrs including
Potatoes, hitel............. ..... ...............l. I ................. ...... riuer insrlatii ooard ............ ........... aq. ft. ,7, 1l,09 100,830
Other............................................... I .......... ............ itric acia......... ................................ ib. 1i6,77 25,728
Fruits: Pi neapple alc.n: 1..... ..... ............ ........ Iv. 110,1C.' 4,860
Bananas................ ... ......................... bunc .......... ............ r g yes, etc.......................................... .......................
Papoas lpap '.yasb .......... ........................1. ......... ........... all outner articies................................................. 00,.15
Pineapples:
Fresh ...................... ................... .. .......................3X., Co'iL hANUli SiLVLR
Canned........ ................. ..............l. 7,40 .,57 7~,0,94
Prepared or preserve.. ........................... 1. ..................... Iuljal and Silver on.........................................................



SHIPl.MI TS OF MERC IHAI'DIE PF'I. T.-E UNTITEI STATES IT' AHiERICAi SAI.!OA-April, 1i 45


fet Value Ile L value
CCAI ODI9 Y ODSCRIPlION AND UNIl OF ANT'ArTIIY u Ly (,lls CMMlIIY 3LSCIFL-TICN AND UNIT Cf JU.kI 7Y idoI'ars


Total............................. ..................... ............ 17 7, :4 Wcol an d paper .................. .. .. .... ....... .... .......... 1,199
INonmc tall c rLnerals......................... ...... ............ i ,24
Animals ant animal products, euble ........................ .......... 408 Metal & ani Lranufdlctres, except uwcnar.ery
Animpls and animal porducts, inedible...................... .......... 171 rd vencls. ....... ...... .. ... ..... ...... ..... 1,030
Vegetable rood products rad Deveraes.......... ...................... ;..88 n Mcr.nery ind venicles..... ......... ... ... .. ..... ....... 441
Vegetable products, inedible, except. I'ler: ni rvoci....... ........... 1,780 i.i,- ricals a relate product.... .................. ................ 1,L91
leX Lle fibers and manufactures ............... ............. .. ...... 3.. ,468 ILas:.Llancr.u. ............. ..... ... ..... 2,68


SnipmanLs from Almnncan Samoa to the United States are reported on a quarterly basis. Reports for the period April through June 1945 snowe.~ no snipients from
American Sama.

U. S. GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE 1945 O 670478


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