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Full Text
VOL. XCIl.

PUBLISHED BY

BRIDGETOWN,

BARBADOS,





Notice No. 32
MEETING OF LEGISLATURE
The Legislative Couneil will meet on Friday
Isth -Fanuary, 1957 at 3.30 o'clock p.m.
The House of Assembly will meet on Tuesday
22nd January, 1997 at 8 o'clock pan.

Notice No. 33
GOVERNMENT NOTICES

Resumption Of Duty
V. I. deL. Carrington, Acting Registrar, on the
Isth January, 1957.
(ALP. — L. 287)

The Honourable Dr. A. S. Cato, M.LL.C., Polic2
Medieal Officer, District “!A7’, on the 12th January.
1957.

ALP be 30a7;
Leave

The Honourable Dr. A. S. Cato, ALL.C., Police
Medieal Offiver, District ‘'A’’, duty leave with effect
from 19th January, 1957.

Acting Appointments
Dr. A. L. Stuart to act as Police Medical Officer,
District “°A7’, with effect from 19th January, 19457.
M.P.—I.. 8057)



Dr FL ON. Grannum, Ilealth Offieer (Port), to
aet as Senior Medical Officer of Health in conjunction
with his substantive duties with effect from Ist Jann.
ary, 1957.

.MLP.—3658 Vol. 11)

ZAV.749F
BAbV ¢



17TH JANUARY,





—:

AUTHORITY



1957



(GE. Wellington, Barrister-at-Law. to act as
Police Magistrate, District “E’?, with effect from 18th

January, 1957.

CMP. 1477)

Appointment
The Governor-in-Executive Comimittce has been
pleased to appoint Mir. BE. F. L. Morris te be a ment.
ber of the Transport Board with effeet from 4th
January, 1957,
(No. CL 50573)

Sugar Industry Agricultural Bank

lis Excellency the Governor has appointed the
Houcurable J. A. Mahon, M.L-C., to be his nomince
on the Sugar Industry Agricultural Bank for the
Legislative Session 1956—61. Ilis Hxcelleney has
aiso appointed Mo. Mahon as Chairman of the Bank
for the Session.

(ALP.—1105/39/8. 1)





Notice No. 34+
LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICES

The application of Watts Baructt, of Labon, Ne.
Spencers, Cl, Ch., fer permission to sell Spirits,
Malt Liquors, &e.. at a wooden shop attached to a
wall building at Labon; Nr. Spencers: Ch. Ch.;
within Dist. *£B’’,

Dated this 16th day of January 1957,

Cc. L. WALWYN,
Police Magistrate, Dist. Bâ„¢

ILERMON A. BARNETT.
for Applicant.
N.B.—This appleation will be considered at a.
Licensiny Court to be held at Police Court, District
“B’? on Monday the 28th day of January 1957 at
11 o’eloek, acm,
CG. L. WALWYN.,
Police Magistrate, Dist. “B’’.



30 OFFICLAL



LIQVUOK LICENSE NOTLICES—Coni'd
Application for a New Liquor License Under
‘‘The Liquor Licenses (Amendment)
Act 1912.
Naine:
Ovucupation :

CYNTULTA ©. WELCH.
SHOPKEEPER.

CHURCIL STREET, ST. PETER.

Pari

at

Residence :
Situation of Premises:
building

Description aud
of a One Storey wall and wooden
Church Street, St. Peter.

Dated this 14th day of January, 1947.
Lou:—SYDNEY HU. NURSE, Esy.,

Ag. Police Magistrate, District ‘‘E.

CYNTITLA O. WELCH,
Applicant,
NB.—This application will be considered at av
Licensing Court to be held on Monday 2sth day of
dannary, 1957 at Police Court, Distret * EO * at 14
6vloux aan,
SYDNEY PH. NURSE,
Av, Police Magistrate, Dist. 6 E.”’

Transfer

The application of Mary E. Marshall of Coach
JUN. St. John the purchaser of Liquor License Na.
829 of 1957 granted to Harold Proverbs & Co. in re-
spect of a board and shingled shop at Haynes Hill
St. John, to remove said License to a board and gal-
yanize shop at Coach Hill, St. John and to use it at
such last deseribed premises,

Dated this 16th day of January, 197.

To:— D. A. WILLIAMS, Esu.,
Ag. Police Magistrate Dist. “°C.”

EDWARD MARSHALL,
for Applicant.
N.B—This application will be considered at a
Licensing Court to be held on 30th January 1957 at
TE wecloek am. at Polive Courts Dist, “CL

D A. WILLPAMS,
Ae. Police Magistrate, Dist, °C’

Removal

toe appleation of Millicent Lyder shopkeeper
Kew atoad, Bank Hall St, Michael, holder of Liquor
Ticenee No, 1142 in respect of a board and shingled
seep with shedrocf attached at Kew Road. Bank Hail,
st, Michael for permission to remove said liqttor
lioness to a board and shingled shop with residence:
attached at Ufaynes TW, Bank Tall, St. Michael, and
te use itat the said last mentioned premises.

Dated this loth day of January 1957,

To:—Miss MLE. BOURNE,
Police Magistrate, Dist, “A?’.

MILLICENT LY DER,
Applicant.
N.B.—This application will be considered at
Tacensing Court to be held at Police Court, District
“UAL” on Monday the 2sth day of January, 157 at 11
Gelock, am,

a

AL E. BOURNE,
Pohee Magistrate, Dist. CA.”’

G

AZETTE







JANUARY 17, 1957

Novice NG. 35

VACANT POST OF SUPERINTENDENT OF
PRISONS, &7. LUCIA

Applications are invited for the permanent
pensionable post of Superintendent of Prisous. St,
Lucia.

Salary And Allowances

The post carries a salary of $2,850 x $120 —
$3,600 per anntm which is alse subject to a 20%
unerease recently approved. The actual point of
entry in the scale will depend on the qualifications
and experience of the candidate selected. No allow-
anees, either transport or otherwise, are payable.

Quarters, Passages, &c.

Free unfurnished quarters will be provided.
Free first class passages not exccediue five passages
in all, will be provided on first appointment for the
ofticer, hix wife and children who are under ei@hteen
Years of age, unmarried and dependent upon the
officer. The officer’s family shoula accompany lim
or jom him within twelve months of his appoint
ment to qualify for passage concessions,

Leave &c.

The officer will be eligible for vacation leave at
the rate of 45 days for each completed period of 12
months resident service, accumulating up to a
maximum of 180 days. Leave passages will be pro-
vided in accordance with local General Orders.

Qualifications

The candidate should have experience in Prison
Administration and/or traming in some recognised
Prison Officers’ College, ,

Duties

General supervision of the Roval Gaol and the
Prison for Females, the Prison Farm and assunip-
tion of such other responsibilities as may arise from
time to time or as are preseribed in local legislation,
we Phe Act T8388 (1 & 2 Viet. Cap. 67) Chapter
19 of 1916, The officer will also be subject. te
Colonial Regulations, Local General Orders and the
Minaneial Rules in foree in the Windward Tslands:
from time to time.

Application

Appheations must be in the vandidate’s own
handwriting and should give the following partien-
lars: —

(a) Ave

thi Schools, Colleges, ete. at whieh educated
and certificates and quiulifieations obtained,
with clates,

fer Nature of present and past employment,
with cates.

G1) Emoluments earned in present post Cor pos*
i which last emploveds.
Past experience in work siudlar to that pe
quired in the post now advertised,

(1) Marital status and number of children,

Applicants shorld also furnish copies of

testimonials (which will net be returned) certified
as true copies by a Justice of the Peace. Minister
of Religion, or a Tfead of a Government Department.

Applivations which do not contain the requived
information will not be considered,

Appheations should be addressed to the Seere-
tary of the Public Serviee Commission, Govern... *
Offiee, Castries, St. Lucia, and should reach him net
Jater than Sist January, 1957.



JANUARY 17, 1557



Novick No. 36
NOTICE

ds nevcby given that it is the inteation of th
Association known as tite Barbados Assvciation foe
the Blind and Deaf to cause to be introduced in the
JTouse of Assembly of this island a Bill to incorpor-

ate the said Association.
i. COG

Tfony.

dads
Secretary.





Noticn No. 37

VACANT POST OF COLLECTOR OF
CUSTOMS, ST. VINCENT

Applications are hivited’ from suitably Seve
caudidates for appointment to the post of Collector
of Custoins, St. Vineent. particulars of whiell are as
follows :—-
Appointment

The post ds at present non-pensisnable. but steps
are being taken to declare it pensionable. The ap-
pointiient carries with it the Hability to transfer to
any post of equivalent status within the Windward
Tslands. The Offieer will be subjeet to the Colonial
Regulations. General Orders and Finaneial and Store
Rules of the Windward Islands. for the time bene in
force, in so far as they ere applicable.

Salary And Allowances
The salary of the post is et the rate of SO.360 per

annum in the scale of $3.360 x PPO -—- 4.820, plus
a pay additien of 20% of salary. ane and
subsistence allowances are payable in vecordanes with
local regulations.

Duties

VYhe offieer will be vespousible for ihe eeneral
nanaeonent and administration of the Customs aro
Exetse Department, and for the observance of the
provisions of all Laws pertaining to trade and cus
toms and exeise. Tle will also carry ont the duties
oi Registrar of Snipptne, and of the United Kine

dont Trade Correspondent.
Qualifications

- iIntinate acquaintance with all matters rela:.
ing to Trade and Customs work and Fusiness gener-
ally, on t knowledee of the duties of the Registrar

oma.

Quarters

Quarters are not provided,
Passages

pee first-class passages to St. Vincent will be

provided for the officer, his wife and children; chil-
dren should be under 18 years of age. unmarried

and dependent on the officer,
Leave And Leave Passages

Vacation leave on full salary will be granted ai
tne rate of 4.5 days per annum, accumulating up toa
maxhnum of 180 days. Leave passages will he pro-
vided mn aesordance with local reentations.

Medical Attenticn

Free avedical attention and inedicines are not
provided.
Taxation

AY Government officers ave Viable to taxation
imposed by local leevislation,



5

a

OFFICIAL GAZETTE. 3]

en etter mrerercemrememnenne fo onsen

fuli particulars of appli-
two testimoidals, should
Secretary, Windware
reaeh him not leter thar

‘Applic atious, giving
cis aad accompaitert by
e addressed to the Chief

Istds, Grenada, and should

Poth rebruary, 1957



No. 38

STC!

PBA DOS,
IN THE COURT OF COMMON PLEAS

IN VE MATTER OF

THE pA BADUS & IN ERATIVE COPPON
PACTORY LISTED
and
IN Til ALATT ER Ol THE COMPANLES
ACT 1910

NOLECE is hereny given that a petitiog was on
ihe doth day of January 1957, presented to his
Lordsiip tie Acting Chief Judge of the Court ot

Conor Pleas by ue abovenamed Company to con-
firm au alteration of the said vompany’s ol jects pro-
posed fo be effected by a special resolution of the
company naanimously passed at an extraordinary

semeral daectine of the said company held on toe
Zard day of April 954. and subsequently umaai-
mously confirmed at an extraordinary general mect.-
ine of the said company held on the 7th day of
May 1054. and whieh resolution runs as follows :—

“That the provisions of the Memorandum of

Association with respect to the Company's ob jeces
Te altered bs adding a paragraph to be rmumberet
OM, Toto Ctause Sof sueh Memorandinn of Associa
tion the words following that is to sav :—

(S) 1 Po establish and support or add in the establish
ment and support of associations, institutions, funds,
trusts, and conveniences calculated to benefit cn-
ployees oF ex-rpinplovees of the Company the cs
pendents or connections of sneh persons and to wrap
pensions and allowances and to make payment. te
wards tusttranee and to subscribe oy euarentee mones
ror charitable or benevolent objects and to enter inte
ay scheme calewated to benefit employees or ex:
employces of the companys or the dependants or
commections of such persons.’



And notice is further given that the said petition
s directed to be heard before His Lordship the
Acting Chief Judge of the Court of Connon Phos.
en Tuesday the 12th day of Febrnary 1957 at 10
oelock in the ferenoon, and any person interested
i the said company. whether as creditor or other
Wise, desirous to oppuse the making of an order tor
the confirmation of the said alteration under the
above Act, should appear at the time of hearing. by
nyself or his counsel, for the purpose, and a copy of
the said petition will be furnished to any such
person requiring the same by the company’s solicitors

Messrs. Cottle. Catford & Co.. 17 Hich Street.
Bridgetown, on payment of the reeulated charge for
the same.

Dated the T5th day of January 1057

COTTLE CATFORD & Co.

Solicitors for the Company.



OFFICIAL



Noticy No. 3G
PERSONNEL OF THE SUGAR PRODUCTION

GAZETTE



JANU(RY 17, 1957





AND EXPORT CONTROL BOAKD FOR THE

CURRENT LEGISLATIVE SESSION.

The Director of Nericulture, Chairman
he Honourable G. D. L. Pile, O.B-E., M.EAC.:
Phe Honourable 3. A | Mahon, MM.1.0-

We

he Honourable E. 8. Robinson, M.1.C.

con i. E. Smith, M1.0.P.
atv. b. Thorne, M.C.P.
Me.D. Blunt

ly. A. CG. Thomas

VER. 19/8. 20)

a

eve Sern nace 9 NN CEERI PCPS

Notice No. 40

SERSONNEL OF THE PEASANTS’
rhe Director of Agriculture, a a

‘he Efonourable J. A. Mahon

oy. dL. E. Smith, M.C.P.

BE. St. A. Llolder, M.C.P.
~ KL EL MeRenzic
ALP. 4/8. 2/1).

i

cae eR AT ARAN

Notick No. 12 —-(fifth puislication).
BARBADOS SCHOLARSHIPS, 1957

The examination for Barbados Scholarships wil
be the examination for the General Certificate 02
Fdueation (Advanced and Scholarship Levels) ¢
the Oxford and Cambridge Schools Examinaticn
Teoard, and will be held in Bridgetown in -Inty nest
in aecordance with the Time Table of the Examina-
tion Board.

Candidates will be expected to offer at least

me subject at Scholarship Level ard one at
Advanced Level.
Candidates must he -—
fa) nnder twenty (20) years of age cn

Sist May, 1957;

natives of Barbados; or

children of a native of Barbados: or
children of persons who are Asmicilea
and have been resident in’ Barbados
for a period of not less than ten (4)



Years,
Crpdidates mast produce with their applica.
fone Dilrin Certificates, well as certified vhvie-






elaving: that ther have been receiviey laeir

i in Barbados for a tofal pertat of not
ies than three (3) vears within the period of five |
‘3) years immediately preceding the vear of award,

conchiet

awl thet theiy moral character and genera:
en

had



are saticha Tape,

Applications completed on forms avhich ave
ahtainable fram the Denartment of Education innst
he sent fo the Director of Education not later thon
Met Feanery, LO57,

Ath January, 1957,

Laas ee

Section 3 (2) and (G) of Avt, 1940—5.
Appotnted by the ‘Governor,

Appeinted hy the Legislative Couneil.

Appointed by the House of Assembly,



LOAN SAna FOR THE CURRENT
LEGISLATIVE SESSION

Appulited by the Governor.
Appointed by the Legislative Counel,

Appointed by the [louse of Assembly.

Appointed by the Agricuitural Society.





Nevrice No. 11 —(fifth publication)

UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OF THE WEST
INDIES

Barbados Government Exhibitions

wipplicants for admission as candidates for
Barbados Government Exhibitions tenable at the

University College of the West Indies are required
to submit theirs appleations to the Director of Eda-
cation not later than Thursday, 31st January, 1997.

Application forms may be obtained from the
Department of Kditcation, Public Buildings, Bridge-
tOWwH,

Cantlidates must be -—

val. under twenty (20) vearg of age or. Bls
January, 1957;

th) natives of Barbados; or

(ce) children of a native of Barbados; or

(ad) children of persons who are domiciled
and have been resident in Barbados
for a period of not less than ten (10)
years,

Candidates inust produce with their applicaticus
Birth Cerriticates well eortified statements
declaring {hat they have been receiving their edu-
eation in Barhados for a total period of not less
than three years within the period of five years
smmediately preceding the vear of award, and that

as aS

heir moral character and general eonduet arc
-atisfactory,
“RB. Applicants for admission as candidates fo.

Barbados Government Exhibitions must als
farward diveet to the Reeistrar of the Tn
versity Colleee of the West Indies, Jamaica
applications for Entrance to the Ura
ty College, The elosing date for anolica
for Fmtranee is 8tet Tapnary, L957

thetr



Hons
spartment ef Edueation,

10th Janvary, 1857,







Nurith No. fs — third pubheation)

TAKE NOTICE

EQUANIL

That JOHN WYETH & BROTILER LIMITED,
a company organised under the Laws of the United
Kinedom of Great Britain and Northern Treland.
Menufactuving Chemists, whose trade or busiiess
addvess is The Factory, Braydon Road,
N., England. has applied for the registration of a
“ATT of Register i respect of

pharmaceutical preparations for hiuman use aud for

London,

trade mark mo Part
veterinary use, and will be cutitled to register tne
same after one month from the 10th day of Jamiary

Oye

1957 unless some person shall im the meantione
notice in duplicate to me at my office of opposition
of such registration. The trade mark can he seen

on application at my office.
Dated this 9th day of January i957.

A.W. SY MALONDS,

Acting Registrar of Trade Marks.



Notice No. 9 --(liird publication)

BARBADOS.
IN THE COURT OF CHANCERY

dn purstiance of the Chancery Act 1006, 1 do
hereby give notice tu all persons having oF claimuug
any estate, right or interest or any lien or ineut-
brance in or atfecting the preperty of the defendant
to bring before me an account of their claims with
their witnesses documents and vouchers to be exam-
ined by aie on any Tiiesday or Friday betweea ihe
hours of 12 noou and 3 o’clock in the afternoon at
the Resistraiton Ofiee, Town Hall, Bridgetown before
the 20th day of March 1957 tn order that such claims
may be reported on and ranked according to the na-
ture and priority thereof respectively otherwise such
persons will be wrechided from the henefits of any
deevee and be deprived of all elaims on or avainst the
said property.

DARCY AUGUSTUS SCOT?

JAWRENCE BANNISTEL

Plaintiff :
Pefendend: EOBRR

Prope vl:



OP a Poe
of land sioete G1 ae natish of Saint
Peter in Gos Esloud contiining tw admeastremen!
seventy iheusaud Tamdred and
sqtiare feo ot fherenhowts Abmiting and Ponnding

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ibe auasi um ihe public road running from Loletown
iv Speiwitstown on lands of one Holder on lands of
one King on the public road aforesaid on lands of one
verde on lands of one Wiliams on lands of one
oiith and on the public road aforesaid and towards
oie Sonth on lands of Beatrice Bannister and Cecilia
Thomas respectively and towards the West on the
sra-siore op however else the same may abut and
oti,

Bill Bilecds
Dated: 9th

24 November, 1956
January, 1957

A.W. SYMAMONDS,

Ag. Reeistrar-in-Chancery.





Sorick Na. 20 (third publicatien)
DARD ADORNS,
IN THE COURT OF CHANCERY

lu pursuance of the Chancery Act 1906, 1 doe
herehy give notice to all persous having or claiming
ay estate, Feht ov interest or any lien or incumbrance
in or aifecting the property of the defendant to bring
Setore ime an account of their claims with their wit-
cesses dovituents ad Vouchers to be examined by
wie on aus Ttlesday or Friday between the hours of
:Zneon and § o'clock in the afternoon at the Registra-
ilow Office, ‘Town Hall, Bridgetown before the 20th
cay of March 7957 in order that such claims may be
reported on and ranked according to the nature and
priority thereof respectively otherwise such persons
will he preclided from the benefits of any decree and
be deprived of all claims on or against the said pro-
EONS:

OSCAR ELTIAH BRIDGEMAN
SAMUEL, ASUPIELD TTHADLEY

Plaratef :

DePendani:

Property: Alda THAT certain piece or parcel
ot land situate at St. Helens im the parish of Saint
(eorve in this [sland (formerly part of the lands of
St. Leiens) formerly containing by admeasurement
Poul acres one rood seven perches but found by sur-
vey made by Ll. B. Redman and L. CG. Quintvne,
sworn Survevors, on second November One thousand
nine hundred and fifty-six to contain by admeasure-
mout four acres one rood twelve and four fifths
perches (inehisive of sixteen and three-tenths perches
ina Load in common which runs alone the southern
honndary of ile said pareel of land and leads %o the
pubhie road) Buitine and botmding on the North on
lands of Groves Plantation on the East on lands of
james Clarke on the Seuth on the remainder of the
said yor in common and on the West on the publie
road ay however elxe the same may butt and bound
Foocthes with the messnaeze or dwellinghouse and all
Wher erections and bhnildines hoth freehold ane chat-
Pohoan fhe said Jand erected and brilt sfandiae and

Eppa,

Bal Bited: 27 November, 1956

who a
Qh Tani, POG

ete d-:

A. W. SYMMONDS.
Ag, Reeistrar-in-Chaneory.







ey
a

Noree Navi. -(ibed publication)

TAKE NOTICE
SPUD

That PHILIP MORRIS INCORPORATED, a
corporation, organized and existing under the laws
of the State of Virginia, Chited States of America,
Manufacturers. whose trade or business address ts
100 Park Avenne, City of New York, State of New
Sork, USUA. has applied for the registration of a
trade niark in Part of Register li respect
Cigavettes, clears and tobaveo products, and will be
catitled te revisier the sae after one month from
the isd. day of January 1957 unless some person
shall in the meantime give notice in duplicate to me
at omy office of Gpposition of such registration. The
trade mark cau be seen on application at tay offices.

Oe eae OL

Dated this 9th dav of January 1957.

AL W. SYMMOUNDS.,
Acting Reeistray of Trade Marks.



Novice No. 220 — (thin!) publication)

TAKE NOTICE

That TITE NATIONAL CASID REGISTER
COMPANY, a corporation organized and existing
under the laws of the State of Marsland, Uuited
States of Amevica, Manufacturers, whose trade or
business address ix Main & W Streets, Dayton, Ohio,

Tmnited States of America has applied for the
registration of a trade mark in Part “A7 of regis-

ter in respect of Cash registers in general. cash sate

revisters; credit registers; autographie registers:

accounting machines; calculating and computing
machines; combined trpewriting and calculating

of flexible

having one or inore possible functions of indicating.

machines: registering devices design
ticket printing and issuing, computing, eatculating,
accounting, data classifving., typewritiug or type
printing and data recording; and parts and acees-
sories of said machines, reeisters and devices; all of
which may be with or without indicating mechanism,
ticket printing and issuing mechanism, calculating
mechanism, data classifying mevhanisin, typewritine
or type printing mechanism, registering mechanism
or cash drawers: paper cutting machines; paper

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Jancary U7, 1957

sortiug machines; paper stavkine machines; and The
parts abd accessories of said machines; paper in
general, stteh as wiiting printing

paper paper,

erehjey
pape

volls, paper strips and reveipt paper; and sta-
tionery articles in general, such as form books, sates
books, receipt books and tablets, statement books
and cash reeister account books; and in general,
atticles for printing, bookstores, stationery, litho-
cardboard

writing, caleulating regis-

evvaph, bookbinding, makine. teaching.
drawing and the office;
Hhne

tering machines and adding machines: and

cabinets, combined electrical printing or marking
and communicating system. printing ink, tak ribbons
and ink rolls. and will be entitled to register the
same after one month from the 10th day of January
198457 unless some person shall in the meantuue give
notice im duplicate to ime at my oftiee of opposition

of such registration. The trade iwark can be seen

ol application at my office.
Deted this 9th dav of January 1957.

A. W. SYADMONDS,

Acting Registrar of Prade Maris.



Notice No. 28 — (third publication)
TAKE NOTICE
That ANGOSTORA BITTERS (pr. a. G@. B

Sievert & Sons) LIMITED a company incorporated
under the laws of Trinidad, Manufacturers and Mer-
chants, whose trade or business address is 6 & 8,
Ceorge Street, Port-of-Spain, Trinidad, has applied
cor the registration of a trade mark in Part ‘‘A’’ of
Register in respect of Wines, spirits and liqueurs, and
will be entitled to register the same after one month
from the 10th day of January, 1957 unless some per-
son shall in the meantime give notice in duplicate to
ie at my office of opposition of such registration.

The trade mark can be seen on application at my
offiee,

Dated this 9th day of January, 1957.

A. W. SYMMONDS.
Actin: Registrar of Trade Mark»





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OFFICIAL GAZETTE



NOTICE

IS HEREBY GIVEN that it is the intention of
the Vestry of the Parish of Saint Michael te cause
to he introduced into the Legislature of this Island
w Bill to amend the Vestries Act 1911 (1911-0) so
ax to authorise the said Vestry to increase the salary
of the Collector of Rates and Parochial Treasurer
of the said parish to a maximum of $6,000.00 — per
annuum and to inerease the salary of the Clerk to
the Churehwarden to @ maximum of $3,192.00 per
auniun, such amendment to take effect from the 25th
day of March 1956.

Dated this 8th day of January 1907.

E. C. REDMAN,
Vestry Clerk, St. Michael.



Notice No. 31 —(second publication)
VACANT POST OF LIBRARIAN

PUBLIC LIBRARY, ST. VINCENT, B.W.1.
Applications are invited for the vacant post of

Luibrarian, Public Library, St. Vincent.
The salary of the post is in the scale $1,368 x

#72 — 42,160 per annum together with a pensionable
pay ucddition of 2OGe of salaries, and commencin,
silary will depend on the «qualifications and

experience of the officer,

The officer will be responsible for the running
and oreanisation of the Publie Library in Kings-
tewa and for the organisation and supervision of
various branch libraries throughout the Colony, and
will he required fo perform such other duties con-
nected with Library work as nvay from. time to time
he assigned by the Administrator.

Preference will be given to applicants wae
possess the Associateship Certificate of the English
Library Association.

The post is pensionable, and any claim to pen-
sion acquired in respect of previous Colouial Service
will be retained. Free first class passages ate
provided for the officer, and up te four members of
his fanily, namely a total of 5 in all, on first appoint-
ment only. No assisted passages are granted on leave.

Applications should be addressed to the Assis-
tant) Administrator and Establishment — Officer,
Goverment Office, St. Vincent, and should reach
hin net later than 15th February, 1957.



Novice No. 10 —(fourth publication)
DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION

Covernment Exhibitions tenable at Government
Aided Secondary Schools—~Boys and Girls

lorms of application for First Grade Exn»ibitions,
Primary to First Grade Exhibitions and Second
Exhibitions ave available at the Departmert
Eincation, Public Buildings, Bridgetown.
Senior First Grade Exhibitions

Candidates must be under 16 years of age cn
Jane 30th, 1957.
Junior First Grade Exhibitions

Candidates must be under 13 years of age on
Soe Oth, 1957,
Primary to First Grade Exhibitions

Candidates must be under 13 years cf age on
Jirae 30th, 1957, and must be a pupil in attendance at
a Publie Elementary Sehool.
Second Grade Exhibitions

Candidates must he mnder 12 vears of age en
Anne 20th, 1957,
Renewal Second Grade Exhibitions

Candidates must be holders of Second Grade Ex-
hibitions whieh are about to expire.



at

Application forms, accompanied by Birth/Bap-
tismal Certificates must be forwarded to the Depart-
ment of Edueation not later than Saturday, ith
February, 1957.

Yth January, 1957.



NOWCE No. 5 —(fifth publication:
INCOME TAX NOTICE
Notice is hereby given in accordance with see-
tion 24, Income Tax Act, 1921, that income tax re-
‘urns are required from

(a) all resident companies whethe» incer-
porated or unincorporated, sccieties,
trusts or persons engaged in anv trade,
business or profession ;

(b) all non-resident vompanies whether im-
corporated or unineorporated, socie-
ties, trusts, or persons engaged in any
trade, business or profession or having
income arising in this island;

(c) all owners of land or property whether
a taxable income has accrued during
the past year or not;

(d) all married men who are living witb
or wholly maintaining their wives whose
income including the wife’s income is
$1,300 or over for the past year;

(e) all other persons whose income is
$720 ov over for the past vear.

Forms of return may be obtained from the
inland Revenue Department, Bridge Street,
AFTER THE IST DAY OF JANUARY, 1957,

and the forms duly filled in must be delivered to me
on or before the following respective dates :—

1. Returns of persons whose books were
closed on the 8lst day of December, 1956,
on or before the 31st day of March, 1957.
Returns of persons whose principal place
of business is not situate in the isiand om
or before the 30th day of June, 1957.
teturns of all other persons. on or }efore
the 81st day of January, 1957.

N. D. OSBORNE,
Acting Commissioncr of Tnland Revenue.
to be used—
WHITE form if you are in receipt of emol-
tments which will be subject to Pay As
You Earn deductions.
PINK form (a) if vou are engaged in
trade or business as a
Proprietor or Partner.
(b) if return is submitted on
hehalf of a limited Habil-
ity COMPANY,
GREEN form in all other cases.

ro

FORMS
Use

Use

Auy person failing to make his return
within the due date will be liable to a fina
not exeeeding $48C.00 and not less than
£9.60.

(2) Except in cases where the owner of the
income is invapacitated and/or the per-
nussion of the Commissioner has been
obtained to signature by another person,
the form must be signed bx the persen
whose income is returned.

Hither the husband or the wife may re-
quest the Commissioner by notice in
writing on ov before the dete reascribed
for the delivery of the return to divide the
tax and issne separate assessment notices.
Anv person who is not domiciled in this
land and who, althouch not having resided
here for six months during 1956, wonld
still be regarded as resident for taxation
purposes, may claim, on or before the date
prescribed for the delivery of the return,
to be charged ag a non-resident.

(3)

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NOTICE

Statement of Unclaimed Articles etc., now in possession of the Police at Central, Hastings,
Worthings, Black Rock, Belleplaine and District “A” Stations. All persons entitled to them should
establish claims within one (1) month from the date of this Notice.

DESCRIPTION OF PROPERTY Date Came
into REMARKS
Possession



Central Station .
One (1) Felt: Hat wee wee wee or 20.

2.56 Found in Careenage
One (1) Handbag wee - wee a 4. 3.56 » on Bay Street
One (1) Ladies’ Hat a wee oe 4.4.56 | Left at Bridge Station
One (1) Rubber Cloak we te a we 10. 7.56 Found on Nelson Strect
One (1) Motor Car Wheel Cap . wee - 16. 9.56 7 », Lower Collymore Rock
One (1) Purse & two (2) Pieces of Gold os wee 18. 9.56 » Grant’s Ave ,Bay Land
One (1) Vest oe aes wee 19. 9.56 7 . Bay Street
One (1) Wrist. Watch & Strap = oe aon 28.10.56 Dropped from Diamond Bus
One (1) Bicycle _ wee 1 22. 8.56 Found on Marhill Street
Eight (8) Boxes of Envelopes wee a we 30. 8.56 5 » Synagogue Lane
One (1) Sports Coat & Head Piece oo oo 4. 9.56 s at Gov't Savings Bank
One (1) Fountain Pen 7 wee wee 10. 9.56 . On Walrond Street
One (1) Receipt for B.T.C. Tickets wee oe 29. 9.56 5 .. Pinfold Street
One (1) Gents’ Shoe a _ 5.10.56 . » Swan Street
One (1) Car Tyre & Wheel . wee wee _ 20.10.56 s », Roebuck Street
One (1) Pair of Eye Glasses = wee ae 14. 6.56 , . Martindale’s Road
One (1) Felt Hat oe wee we a 30. 9.56 » 3 Sth Ave Belleville
One (1) Chauffeur Coat, we wee we a 9.10.56 . » Constitution Road
One (1) B.T.C. Book wee we a we 6.11.56 7 ., Lower Bay Street
One (1) Rubber Bladder... a a — 2.11.56 . ., Tudor Street
One (1) Chisel - a wes a 10.11.56 . >, Roebuck Street
One (1) Pair of Sun Shades an wee a 11.11.56 Coleridge Street
One (1) Generator i Pon wee ie 15. 9.56 Unlawful Possession
Five (5) Pieces of Board... wee ne i 26. 9.56 7 ;
One (1) Piece of Plank rr ne wee wee 14.10.56 7 ;
One (1) Piece of Plank wee wee +e 19.10.56 ” :
Two (2) Eve Clip Shades & Five ( 8) Phials of
Penicillin ve wee 1.11.56 »
One (1) Brown Pants i wae a - 25. 9.56 ”
Hastings Station
One (Ll) Rosary, one (1) Key & One (J) Leather
Case wee wee a on 21. 7.56 Found on Grave's End Beach
One (1) Rain Coat re wee wee 22. 9.56 | Found on Grave’s End Beach
Worthings Station
Three (3) Plates, one (1) Dish, one (1) Bowl, one (1)
Saucer & one (1) Lunch Plate a a 1. 2.55 Seized in Larceny Case
Black Rock Station
One (1) Motor Car Wheel cap on - te 12. 9.56 Found on Bridge Gap. Black Rock
One (1) Sickle wes we wee 17.10.56 5 . Lower Bank Hall Road
A Quantity of Cloth wes we _ _ 20.11.56 . . Tamarind Lane Black Rock

Belleplaine Station
One (1) Piece of Card Board a we nee 21.10.56 | Found on Belleplaine Road.
| St. Andrew

District “A” Station
One (1) Torchlight wee se wee eee 16.11.5

5 Found on Mansion Rd.. Bank Hall
we eee

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BRIDGETOWN, BARBADOS,



HOUSE OF ASSEMBLY

Luesday, 24th July, 1956.
Turstiaut to the adjourpment the House of As-
sembly met at 3 o'clock p.m. today.

Present :

Tis Honour Mer.
iJon. G. TL. Apaats,

KN. R&R. Husnanps (Speaker)
CLG, QC. Biv. CPrenicr)
Von, AME FE. Cox, CUuister of Conunuinieations,
Works and Housing), Mr L. FE. Sauru. J.P.
Chatracen of Comnuttees\, Mar. Je. Wo Manuer, Mo.
J. 0A. Tlaynes, B.A, Mr. VOB. Vaverax. Plos.
C.K. Tarosra, (Ml tnister of lyrieulture, Lands and
Fisheries), Mrs. K. E. Bourne, and Mr. J.C. Trpor,
M A.

Prayers were vead,

Hon. Dee CUMSTINS entered the Tlause and
took lis seat.
MINUTES
Mr. SPEAKER: fF have the honour to inform

tie Tlouse that the Minutes of the last meeting are

not vet ready for confirmation.
DOCUMENTS
Mr SPEAKER: 7 have the honour to inform
the Tlouse that Po have received the following from

trie Hon. Acting Chief Secretary :—
Chief Secretary's Office
Barbados,
17th

Jute, 1956,

Sir

,
I have the hononr to refer to Seetion 8 (2) of
the Sugar and Kanes Molasses Production & Export

Control Act, 1940, which read as follows:



i7TH JANUARY,

1957

rn rt ee ene rere eanr E

“Phe Doard shall consist of the Director o1
s\gricullure and seven other members appoint-
ced in the tanner following, that is io say, one
imember by the Governor, two members by the

Legislative Council and four by the Honse otf

Assembly."?

2%. 7 shall be grateful if you will let ine have
the names of the four members appointed to the
Sugar Production and Export Coutrol Board by the
Ifouse of Asseiubly for the current legislative session.

I have the honour to be,
Sir,
Your obedient servant,
G. T. BARTON,
Acting Chief Secretary
The Speaker,

The Tfouse of Assembly.

Mr. SPEAKER: TI have the honour to inform
the House that [ have reveived from the Highway
Commissioners of the parish of Christ Chureh a
statement of Revenue and Expenditure on tenantry
ioads for the half year ended 31st Mareh, 1956,

Also, fron: the Tlighwav Commissioners for the
parish of Christ Church a Statement of Revenue
and Expenditure for the half year ended 31st Mareh
this year.

Mr. SPEAKER: I have the honour to remind
the House that there has been a vacancy on the
fanev Molasses Control and Export Board, due to
tie resienation of Mr. H. O, Emtage

PAPERS LAID

By command of His Bacellenoy the Governor
lhe following papers were laid:

Ifon. G- 11, ADAMS: The Civil Establishment
(General) (Amendment) No. 16 Order, 1956;

ie Civil Establishment (General) ( Amendment}

Now 17 Order, 1956:

The Civil Establishment (General) (Amendment >
No. 18 Order, 1956 -

The Jurors (Remimeration and Allowances}

hegttations, 1956;
Statement showing amounts advanced by the
Government of Barbados and the amounts received



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from Ler Majesty's Government ia the United King-
dom wider the provisions of the Colonial Develop-
iment and Welfare Acts for the period ended on the
31xt Mareh, 1956, in respect of the several schemes
sanctioned by the Legislature;

Report of a Survey of Secondary Education
by G. & V. Petter, Education Adviser to the Comp-
troller for Development and Welfare.

lion. Me BE, COX: Statement of Post Office
Advances for payment of Money Orders to dist
May, 1950.

lion. C. EB. TALMA: Report of the dinperial
Collexe of Tropical Agriculture for 1954—55.

lion. C. BE. TALMA: On behalf of the Hon,
Minister of Trade, Industry and Labour :—The Cus-
toms (Petroleum Products Bulk Storage) Regula-
tions, 1955;

Annual Report of the Department of Labour
for the year 1954.

NOTICES

Coverningnt Notices were given as tulloys.
Yon. G. H. ADAMS: Resolution to plave the sum
of $16,166 at the disposal of the Governor-in-Exccu-
tive Committee to supplement the Estimates 1956—
57, Part I — Current, as shown in the Supplemen-
iary Estimates 1956—57, No. 12 which form the

Schedule to the Resolution:

Resolution to place the sum of $14,676 at the
disposal of the Governor-in-Executive Committee to
supplement the Estimates 1956 — 57 Pare [—Cur-
rent, as shown in the Supplementary Estimates 1956.
57, No. 18 which form the Schedule to the Resolution.

Yon. Dr. H. G. IL CUMMINS: Resolution to
place the sum of $11,898 at the disposal of the (iov-
ernor-in-Executive Committee to supplement the Es-
timates 1956-57, Part I]—Capital as shown in the
Supplementary Estimate 1956-57, No. 11 which forms
the schedule to the Resolution.

Resolution to place the sum of $37,779 at. the
Hisposad oof the Covernarin-Executive Committee
sepplemert the Estimates 195-97 Pai [--
Current, as shown in the Supplementary Estimates
1956—57, No. 14 which form the Schedule to the
hKesohution.

fon. G Ul. ADAMS: Resolution to approve the
Order entitled ‘(The Civil Establishment (General)
{ Amendment) No. 16 Order, 1956”’.

Resolution to approve the Order entitled ‘‘The
Civil Establishment (Ceneral) (Amendment) No, 17
Crder 1956"”-

Resolution to approve the Order entitled ‘‘The
Civil Establishment (General) (Amendment) No.
18 Order, 1956.

llon. ©. EB. PALMA: Resolution to savetion i
‘ Customs (Petroleum Products Bulk Storage) Regu-
lations, 1955.

Bill to amend the Customs Tariff Act, 1921.

lfon, G. Uf, ADAMS: Bill to amend the Solteatois
Act, 1896.

Vion. G. HH. ADAMS: Resolution to place
sum of $5,695 at the disposal of the Governor-in-
Executive Committee to supplement the Estimates,
1956—57, Part I —- Current, as shown in the Sup-
plementary Estimates, 1956—57 No. 15 which form
the Schedule to the Resolution.

Hon. Dr. H. G. H. CUMMINS: Bfe. Speaker. |
beg to give notice of my intention to move the Tiouse
in Committee of Supply at its next mecting to deal
with the money Resolutions of whieh notice has just
been given.

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PRIVATE NOTICES

Mr. J.C. TUDOR: Mr, Speaker, | rise to give:
notice of the following Address to His Exceileney
the Governor :—

The House of Assembly
To
iis Bxecllency The Governor

The louse has learnt with pain and dismay of
the high death rate from starvation of children in
the Island.

2. The Ilouse is of the opimion that a free dis-
tribution of milk to the parents and guardians ef
all children under five years, would tend to ameli-
orate this condition,

3. Accordingly the House request Your Excel-
leney to take all the steps necessary to make such
benefit available to the parents and guardians of
voung children.

3.20 pin.
QUESTIONS

Mr. J. A. TLAYNES: Mr. Speaker,
vive notice of the followime questions:
< To engnire of the Minister of Communications,
Works aad Tousine -—

Is the Alinister aware that no tenantry roads

have heen done in the years 1955 and 1996 in tho
parish of St. Andrew?
2. ts he aware that at the request of the
Department of Highways and Transport a priority
list of roads was submitted by the Vestry of St.
Andrew and that no setion has been taken on same?
Will the Minister investigate this state of
affairs and take the necessary aetion to have the
above vrievanees remedied ?

To enquire of the Minister of Communications,
Works and YWonsing :—

Ts the Minister aware that the road through
Turner's [fall Wood has been impassable for many
years due to subsidences and landslides’

2 Is he aware that the above road is a vital
link between St. Simons and Hillaby Villages and
that churchgoers and school children are considerably
inconvenienced by the Jack of this rca?

3. Will the Minister at his earliest convenience
investigate questions Nos. 2 and 3 and examine the
possibilities of by-passing this landslide area and
adopting the suggestions for a more suitable road to
connect the above villages?

I beg tu

BILLS READ A FIRST TIME

Hon. G. H. ADAMS: TI beg to move that the
Bill to amend the Solicitors’ Act 1896 be now read
a first time.

Hon. M. E. COX: T beg to seeond that.

The yteshien aos put aad aupvaed. la

Hon. C. BE. TALMA: TI beg to move that the
Bill to amend the Customs Tariff Act 1921 be now
read a first time.

Hon. M. FE. COX: .I beg to second that.

The question was put and agreed to,
STATEMENT ON INCOME TAX BILL

Hon. G. H. ADAMS: Mr. Speaker, before the
business of the House begins I wish to make a state-
ment with regard to the interpretation to be given
to the proviso to Section 18 (2) of the Income Tax
Act, 1921.





JANUARY 17,



I. The attention of the Government has been
diawn io a recent decision, uf the Court of Comms
Pleas as to the proper interpretation to be given to the
proviso to section 18(2) of the Income ‘Tax Act, 1921,
and in particular to the word ‘‘voluntary’’ appear-
ing in that proviso.

2. The Government has been advised that this
decision of the Court of Common Pleas reveals a
erfest im ihe lieome Tex Act, 1921, and that if
taxpayers chose to take advantage of this defect,
the revenue of the Island would suffer.

3. It is accordingly the Government’s policy
to remove this defect and the Government will there
fore be introducing legislation in the near future
‘to seek to achieve this purpose.

4. matters under review, no indication can at present
be given as to the precise form that the proposed
amending legislation will take, but as it is intended
that such legislation should, when enacted, take
effect as from the 17th day of July, 1956, f have con-
sidered it only fair to all taxpayers to give thle
notice of Government’s policy.

PUBLIC HEALTH BILL—C’td
Mr. SPEAKER: The first Order of the Day

stands a ihe neme of the Llon. Minister for Social
Services: to resuine Committee on the Bill to amend
the Public Health Act, 1908.

Mr. SPEAKER left the Chair and the House
went into Committee on the Bill, Mr. SMITH in the
‘Chaar.

Hon. Dr. H. G. Hf. CUMMINS: Sir, hon. mem-
bers are familiar with this Bill. It was referred
to some weeks ago and Section 3 was postponed.
The Government is asking leave, Sir, to withdraw
sub-section 3 (1).

Mr. ALLDER: |Mr. Speaker, we were not quit
able to hear the Hon. Minister and we would Hike
him to repeat that.

There being no objection leave was granted the
Hon. Minister.

Hon. Dr. H. G. H. CUMMINS: Section 3(2)
1s already contained in (2) above, that is, the amend-
ing of 2,109 to 1,800 which has already been passed.

I beg to move Clause 3 as amended stand part.

Hon. M. E. COX: I beg to second that.

The question was put and resolved in the affirm-
ative without division. ;

Hon. Dr. Hf. G. H. CUMMINS: Mr. Chairman.
T beg to report the passing of a Bill with amend.
ments in Committee.

Hon. M. EF. COX: T beg to seeond that.

The question was put and resolued in the affirm-
ative without division.

Mr. SPEAKER resumed the Chair and. reported.
necordingly.

On separate motions of Hon. Dr. H. G. WT.
CUMMINS seconded in cach ease tip Won. MB,
CON the BIN was read a third time and passed.
“35 pum,

POSTPONEMENT OF ORDERS

Hon G. HW, ADAMS: Mr. Speaker, with regard
‘to Order No. 2. T am sorry that 1 am unable to pro-
‘eeed with it today. It is necessary for me to confer
with members of the Judiciary and others, but I
should like to give the House the assnranee that J
am prepared to go on with the next Order next
Tuesday. I therefore ask leave to postpone the con-
sideration of this Bill.

There being no objection, leave was qranted the
Hon. Premier,

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Hon. Dr. H. G. H. CUMMINS: Mr. Speaker, as
regards Orders Nos. 3 and 4, the Hon. Minister in
charge of them is out of the Island at present, and
f am asking leave that they be postponed and that
Crder No. 5 be taken as the next Order of the Day.

Lhere being no objection, leave was granted the
Hon. Premier.

Lease Of Land To Barbados Light And
Power Company Ltd.

Ain. SPHAKMUR: The next Order of the Day

siauds ia the narae of the Mon, Minister of Cousin

icelions, Works and Jiousing: to move the passing
ot the following Resvlution: Resolution to approve
the lease of a parce, of land situated at Grave’s End
to the Barbados Light and Power Company Lid.

tion, M. E. COX: Mr. Speaker, this Resolution
secks ihe approval of the House to authorise the
Governor-in-Executive Committee to lease a par:el
of land approximately 3,150 square feet in area
situated at Grave's End to the Barbados Light and
Power Company Ltd. for the purpose of installing a
pump house and pipelines leading to and tron
the sea to be used as a water cooler for the steam
turbine plant which the Company proposes to install
at their works.

‘he Addendum explains fully the purpose of
this Resolution. ‘The land is to be rented to the
Company at a cost of $240.00 per annum; the land
wil be leased for the first fourteen years, after whieh
the Company has the right to renew the lease for
another perio! of seven years. Mfr. Speaker, we
have heen given the avsuranee that there will be no
pollution of the sea as a result of the imstatlation
of this pump house and these pipelines. ‘fhe only
difference. we are told, is that the water which re-
turns to the sea will be about 4° Fahrenheit warmer
or in excess of the temperature of the water when
it comes from the sea.

Ton. members will retuember that the honour-
able junior member for Christ Church, who in-
troduced? the Bul accompanying this Reselution,
postponed it because the point was raised by the
honourable scnior member for St. George about the
denial of the people of their rights to ga on the
beach and bathe and play erieket as they used ta
do before. That matter had been gone into quite
thoroughly Jong before the Bill was brought before
this House, and there was absolutely no question of
any interference with the beach as a beach. As a
matter of fact, the pipes which are to be laid by the
Company will be laid underground, and therefere
the people who go to bathe and plav erieket an
Sundays (although they should not play ericket on
Sundays, Sundays being days for rest [Laughter] 3
will continne their games as they have been doing
m the past. Tionaivable mombers shovld have no tear
therefore, as to the interference of the privileges
which the people now enjoy; that fear ean be
allayed inasmuch as I have explained to the House
the position as it stands.

T have plans here of the exact area at which
these works will be carried out. J should mention
that this matter was put before the Director of
Publie Works and also before ihe Officer eom-
manding the Barbados Regiment, and they have
hothy agreed to the erection of the pump: hous+
and the installation of these pipe lines. Therefore,
there is absolutely no danger as to the interference
with the rifle range, as it is proposed to
eonstruct this pump house on the North Eastern
side of the building which is now leased by Mr.
A. E. Tavlor at Grave’s End.

As far as T can see, there is no danger as to the
installation of this pnmp house and these pipe lines.



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I assure the House that every possible question has
been gone into, and we are satisfied that there will
be absolutely no harm if we agree to lease to the
Barbados Light and Power Company Lid. the area
which they desire to lease for the purpose of carry-
ing out these works. I beg to move that this Resolu-
tion do now pass. ,

Hon. C. H. TALMA: I beg to second that.

Mr. ALLDER: Mr. Speaker, nobody wants ic
put anything in the way of the industrialisation of
the Colony, but, when leases such as this one are
being given, we have to be very sure that nothing
contained in them will cause any unhappy feelings
on the part of the public. While the Honourabie
Minister has said that guarantees haye been given
that there will be no pollution of the beaches in the
area, yet, I have noticed that he has admitted that
the water which will be coming from the plant will
be some degrees Fahrenheit greater than the adjoin-
ing seawater. I sincerely hope that the Honourable
Minister will make sure that these pipes will: be
carried some distance from the fore-shore so as to
prevent any unhappiness; even although the dif.
ference in Fahrenheit may not be great, it may not
be desirable that this water should be mixed with
the water in which people bathe when they go to the
sea. I hope that the Honourable Minister will see
that everything will be done alright; that is to say.
that these pipes will be made to run far enough out
side so that no water which comes out of the Com.
pany’s premises can flow back into the position of
the sea in which members of the public habitually
bathe.

3.45 p.m.

Besides that, Sir, I would like to know in
respect of that land something as regards a particu-
lar matter. I noticed that some of that land was
leased a couple of years ago to Mr. A. EH. Taylor
for the purpose of erecting a restuarant and some
time after it was erected and put into operation, that
gentleman observing that it was not.a paying con-
cern closed it down. It was closed down for about
three years, speaking under correction. You can see
from that that the purpose for which the lease was
made was not enjoyed by the public. I notice that the
building is now rented out to another individual
and that there is some difficulty in keeping that
place opened. It is said that the Government re-
fuses to give permission for the sale of alcoholic
beverages at that place.

Mr, SPEAKER: The hon. member is now
speaking on a subject matter which is not pertinent
to this Resolution. He is not speaking. on any lease
of land. aie

Mr. ALLDER: Mr. Speaker, I thought what
I was speaking on was permissible because it was
in connection with the same land. There was some
disagreement in the giving of that lease by the Gov-
ernment. bre

. Mr. SPEAKER: That does not come under
the subject matter of any lease. ,

Mr. ALLDER: All right, Sir. .

‘Mr. TUDOR: Mr. Speaker, I am very grateful
to the Hon. Minister of Communications, Works and
Housing for letting us see the plans of this proposed
erection because it is usually very difficult to under-
stand these things without such plans. However, I
do not think that there is any objection in principle
to permission being granted to the Barbados Light
and Power Company to erect these pipelines, although
Your Honour will remember when. the hon... senior

member for St. George spoke about this matter. he.

had certain reservations made particularly as regards
the discomfort which might be caused to.bathers who
enjoy the amenities of that beach.

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-be to have a shorter lease.

January 17, 1957 _



I think there will be some discomfort to bathers
but perhaps, in the long run, as the Hon. Minister
says, it may not be too much discomfort: and the
fears as expressed by the hon. senior member for
St. George, may not be realised. 4

What I am disturbed about is some of the con-
ditions of the lease as laid down in the Schedule.
For one thing, I think that the lease for a period of
14 years with the option of renewal for another seven
years is rather too long. Looking at it from the
point of view of the bathers—the people who might
want to enjoy the amenities of that beach—it does
seem, despite all assurances given, as if the inconve-
niences to the public are greater than are now fear-
ed; and if that is so, it will take the greater part of a
generation before it can be rectified or even renewed.
{f, on the other hand, the Barbados Light and Power

‘Company has the prospect of getting a renewal after

14 years I do not think there is any harm in cutting
down on the initial period of the lease. You see,
Mr. Speaker, it-is all very well for them to say now
that they can guarantee that there will not be any
inconvenience or that there will not be any noxious
matter coming out of the pipes to disturb would-be
bathers, but.it is quite possible that the very pipes
themselves might burst and as a result there might
be possibly a discolouration of the water. I am not
saying that it will be of the proportion that you
might not be able to bathe in it, but it might be
just rust-coloured water which, though it may not
necessarily be a pollution, is a. disturbing matter
to people who like to bathe in clear water, as Bar-
badians and the majority of us like to do.

Perhaps, some conditions may be attached to the
granting of this lease. One such condition should
_ J think a lease of 14 years
is rather too long because this thing is in the nature
of an experiment. It looks alright now. I noticed
from the plans which the Hon. Minister has allowed
me to see that while the pipe which takes in cold
water extends a good way out to sea, as it appears
from the scale of the map, that the pipe that lets
out warm water is a bit nearer in to the foreshore, I
have been made to understand that the water will
not be appreciably warmer, but unless there is a tech-
nical reason I am wondering if it would not be better
for the, prospective bather if the pipe taking in cold
water was nearer in than the pipe giving out the hot
water. As I have said, it does appear to me that. the
lease of 14 years is too long and I think it should
be modified. Of course, it does not effect the prin-
ciple of the Resolution:

My next point is with respect to the sum of $240
per annum which will be paid for the tenancy of
the land. .I have no. knowledge of.what. the land
values are in terms of a lease, but I do: know
that the Barbados Light. and Power Company is a
big monopoly and in respect of allowing..them to
use 3,000 square feet--of. land for what seems to. me
the slender sum of $20 a.month seems to be some-
thing wrong. It is a great privilege we are giving
them and however little it might be, we are depriv-
ing the people of this country of the use to some
extent of that beach. Ne ;

I am wonderivg, Mr. Speaker, whether this
Government is doing the very best thing in allow-
ing the Barbados Light and Power Company to use.
3,000 square feet of that beach in return for only
$20 a month, and I am also wondering whether this
is one of the conditions that can be changed. I am
convinced that if the Barbados Light and Power
Company wanted this bit of land so badly and. if the —
Government can acquiesce with the request, a great-
er degree of bargaining should go on. I think the
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There is no question of a non-industrial develop-
ment going on. This power house is just an acces-
sory for the company. It does not make the enter-
prise more protitable, sv there is no harm in ask-
ing them for more money.

3.55 p.m.

But we must draw the line somewhere; and if
people in this island haye no prospect of getting
cheaper electricity—at least we have not heard that
company said anything about that, and if there are
no prospects of getting electricity in more houses, L
think it is disturbing to find’ that the Governor-in-
Executive Committee is prepared to lease land which
is the property of the people of Barbados for so
little in return. Twenty dollars a month is too little;
and it does not represent what I think to be a realis-
tic view of the whole matter and if this is the con-
dition, as it seems to me, of the terms attaching this
grant of land, it is a condition which can be modified
and made more realistic. They ought to pay more
because it is valuable land they are using, and a
valuable stretch of beach during the time they
ceeupy it, will be denied some part of the bathing
population.

With respect to the undertaking which was
given by the Company about there being nothing in
their view which will disturb the bathers generally,
T should only say this: that Government would be
well advised to have one of its Departments made
responsible for the periodical inspection of that
beach, and the periodical testing of the water in the
sea around the pipes. That, I think, would be the
very least that could be done because it may well
be that to the naked eye there may be nothing of
which you can complain, but there might be an
accumulative process of. pollution which could only
be discovered scientifically; and I do not think that
Government should leave it to the Company to give
the assurance that the water would be alright with-
out carrying out periodical inspection. I think it is
an inspection which should be done every three
mouths, and it cannot be left to them.

Mr. Speaker, I should just re-emphasise this.
I think some change should be made in shortening
the period of the lease, that a much higher scale of
remuneration than twenty dollars per month should
be the price charged them by the Executive Com-
mittee, and that Government itself ought to under-
take a periodical inspection of the beach and the
water surrounding the pipes to make sure and. to
satisfy itself that no great harm, if any at all, is
being done.

Hon. M. E. COX: I can assure the hon. mem-
ber, Mr. Speaker, that every care will be taken to
cee that the Company carries out its assurance and
see that the water is not polluted because it is a fact
that the majority of poor people go there to bathe.

Mr. TUDOR: I should like the Minister to say
whether he thinks the $240 per annum is reasonable
or whether it should not be more.

Che question was then put and carried nem. con.

CARIBBEAN FARM INSTITUTE
Hon. C’ B. TALMA: Mr. Speaker, the next Reso-

lution seeks to secure Legisiative approval to the
draft agreement which appears Ir the’ schedule

thereto. The terms and conditions of this
draft agreement in connection with the Hast
ern Caribbean Farm Institute contained
in the the Addendum to the Resolution.
The Addendum sets. out the whole history, of
the Eastern Caribbean Farm Institute “provides

will see,

meeption to date. As honourable members



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~ SaaS

the Eastern Caribbean Farm Institute from its very
agricuitural training at intermediate level on tne
iueoretical side, ald, ou tle practical side is up to tue
standard of the Diploma ot the imperial College ot
Lropical Agricuicure, ‘ihe object of the Hastern Uar-
ibbean t'arm Institute is to provide a pool of quail
tied instructors in the middie grades ot Goveriumené
Departments, particularly those concerned with agTi-
cuiture and education, and in commercial agriculture.
‘the Addendum further states that with the concur-
vence of the Legislature, this Government has. part}
vipated in the Scheme and. quotes various messages
sent down to the House in 1950, Message No. 30,
replies given by the Hon. Legislative Council and
the Hon. House of Assembly on each occasion sanc-
tioning the formation and establishment of the Hast-
ern Caribbean Farm Institute..It will be seen that
Barbados’ capital contribution to the cost of this
Farm Institute was $20,520 up to now; that is, the
eapital cost. Barbados is sharing the capital cost of
$20,520, and funds to meet Barbados’ share of re-
current costs have been voted from time to time in
the Annual Estimates. Hon.. members will in all
probability want to know how much Barbados has
spent up to now in the cost of running this Hastern
Caribbean Farm Institute, I have the figures here.
ou can see from your Estimates what is actually
vcted, but what is voted and what is actually spent
are entirely two different amounts because there
are Supplementary estimates which are voted from
time to time. To give the actual recurrent costs
of running this Eastern Caribbean Farm Institute
from its very inception: in 1952—53 it cost this
“overnment $1,251.25, that was before it actually
zot Into operation; in 1953—54 the actual cost was
$2,748.69 ; in 1954—55 the actual cost wag $8,470.01;
in 1955—56 the actual cost of recurrent expenditure
was $6,955.61, and in this financial year the actual
vecurrent, cost or the actual money expended so far
up to December this year is $6,632.44. Barbados’
-ontribution is based in a proportionate relationship
vhich the number of student places bears to the total
uumber of student places at the college; that pro-
cortion is the proportion which Barbados pays so
far as recurrent costs are concerned.

£05 p.m.

The funds to meet Barbados’ share of the recur-
rent costs have been voted in the Annual Estimates
from time to time, and these contributions have been
yased on the proportionate cost of the number of
student-places occupied. In other words, Barbados
bas four student places at present, and there are
jourteen student places so that Barbados’ share is
about 10%. The Government has guaranteed, sub-
gect. to our minimum contribution, at least four
student places. The Institute is being expanded, as
the Addendum to the Resolution further sets out, and
with that expansion, it will accommodate sixty stu-
dents instead of forty. The Addendum further ex-
plains that this Institute is now in the process of
expansion to accommodate sixty students, and this
will enable the cost of the student’s places to be
maintained. despite the rising cost of living.

Originally, British Guiana did not seem fit. to come
into this scheme, but in 1955 it decided to do so, and
eontributed its share of the Capital cost. The Capi-
tal cost of the expansion has been met from. this
payment, and also from a grant from Colonial: De-
velopment and Welfare funds, and further from an
increased ‘Capital contribution by the Leeward
{slands consequent upon a decision of that Govern-
ment to inerease the number of student places for
which payment of recurrent cost is guaranteed.





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“‘Lhevefore, there will be no additional cost as far
ax Barbadus is concerned.

‘the arrangements for the operation of the In-
niitute have now been reduced to the form of the
draft Agreement, which is set out here in the Sched
alo to the Resolution and which, on the face of at,
is reasonable, and contais all the various terms and
conditions under which tie Berbados Goverment 1s
willing to participate.

Hon. members will have gone through the terme
of the draft Agreement, and they will have seen that
Barbados is entitled to four places, British Guiana
ten, Antigua two, St. Witts-Nevis-\neuilla twa,
Montserrat and the British Virgin Tslands one, Trini-
dad and Tobago thirteen, Grenada, St. Vineent, St
Lucia and Dominica two each, making a total of
forty places.

Under the new arrangements, when the expan
sion at the Institute shell have taken place, Barba
dos will be entitled to six student places, and that
will be puplementing the wishes of this Chamber
which, in 7957, insisted that Barbados should have
more than four student places. The {Touse has the
assurance thevefore, that in the very near future—
the expansion programme is taking place at present
—probably, by the end of the year Barbadians will
be enjovinge six student places which has been the
desire of this Chamber froin the time of the ineep-
tion of the scheme,

a\s Clause 5 (2) of the Schedule sets out, in tue
event of the expansion of the Institute, the totat
uumber of places which the Participating Govern-
ments may be occupying through their nominees
shall be determined in the same proportions as those
adopted im Article 5 (1), provided that the proper
tignate basis of woutribution towards Capital is-
penditure as between the Participating Governments
see cut in Article 4 (2) is maintained.

Mv. Speaker, the terms of this draft Agreement
siaply implement the terms and conditions to which
this Government has agreed during 1951. all the
other Participating Governments have already signed
this Agreement. and had the eoneurrenee of their
respective Legislatures in assenting to the terms of
this Agreement, It is on account of the hurricane and
other factors whith are well known to hon. members
that we are the last of the Participating Govern-
nents actually to assent in the Leeislature to thts
draft Agreement, Ton. members can rest assured
that the terms and conditions of this Aereoment are
nerfeetly in order, and that they implement. the
conditions under which we went inte the formation
and establishment of this Eastern Caribhean Farm
Institnte. T bee to move that this Resolution do nos
pass.

Hon. M. E. COX: TI beg to second that.

The aucstion that this Resotutton do now pas»
was put and resolved in the affirmative withant divis
ton, ets

OFFENCES AGAINST THE PERSON BILL

Mr. SPEAKER: The next Order of the Dav
stands in the name of the Tfon, Minister of Social
Services:—- To move the second reading of a Bill
to amend the Offences Against The Person Act, 1868.

ion. Dr. TE. G. TI. COMMINS: Mr. Speaker.
in moving the second reading of this Bill, T should
like to point out that Scetion 45 of the Offences
Against The Person Act, 1868, discriminates against
women of immoral character by denying them pro.
tection against procurement. That might have been
quite in order in 1868 when the Act was passed, but
recently, there has been an Tnternational Convention
brought into foree and among the provisions of that

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Convention, the removal of this discrimination was
sought. The Act, as it stands at present, is found tw
be at variance with the present Act in the Unitee
‘Kingdom. In 1951, a similar step was takeu for the
removal of this discrimmation, and we are now ask-
ing the Legislature of this Colony to honour that
international Convention by removing that discrimi.
nation which exists now im the 1868 Act.

Section 45 of the Act reads as follows :-—

“Any person who —

(1) procures or attempts to procure any girl
or woman under twenty-one years of age, not being
& common prostitute, or of known iminoral charac-
ter, to have unlawful camial connexion, either with-
in or without the Island, with any other person or
persons; or

(2) procures or attempts to procure any woman
or girl to become, either within or without the
Island, a common prostitute; or

(ed procures ve arten:pis to provure any woman
or girl to leave the Island with intent that she may
become an inmate of a brother elsewhere; or

(4) procures or attempts to procure any woman
or girl to leave her usnal place of abode in the
Island (such place not being a brothel), with imtent
that she may for the purposes of prostitution be-
eet ip crimate OF p beatheb within oe without the

Setibio gids of a adisdemeanaur. 027?



Aid the penalty om belug convicted is set out.
We are asking in this amending Bill, to delete from
stoscetion 1, the following words; ‘‘not being a
conunon prostitute, or of known immoral character’’
In Sub-section 4 the words “such place not being a
brothei”” oeveur, and we are asking to delete them.

By deleting these words in those two Sections it
will bring the Act of 1868 into line with present
dey thought in connection with women of that sort.
I beg to move that this Bill be now read a second
time.

lon. M, KE. COX:
4.15 p.m,

The question that the Bill be now read a second
time was put and resolved in the affirmative without
dieistan,

Gnoinelion of Ton, Dro HW. G. WH. CUMMINS,
ceed hip How WB, COR. Wr. Speaker left the
Chartrand the Pause weit fata Conmrltee an the
Bal, Mr. SMITH being in the Chair.

Clauses 1 to 3 inclusive were called and passed.

On motion of Hon. Dr. IT. GW. CUMMINS, see-
onded by How. M. EL COX, Mr. CITAIRMAN re-
ported the passing of the Bill in. Committee.

Mr, SPEAKER resumed the Chair and. reported
accordingly.

On separate motions of Hon, Dr. HH. G. FF.
CUMMINS, seconded by Hon. M. FE. COX in each
case, the Bill was read a third time and passed.

I beg to second that.

WATERWORKS, BILL

Mr, SPEAKER: The next Order of the Dav
stands in the name of the Hon. Minister of Commnni-
cations, Works and Housing; second reading of a
Bill to amend the Waterworks Act, 1895.

Hon. M. E. COX: My. Speaker. this Bill seeks
to amend the Waterworks Act, 1895. I think hon-
onrable members will remember some time ago, T
intimated to this House that a Bill was coming down
to simplify and make easy the administration of the
Waterworks Act. As is set out in the Objects and
Reasons of the Bill, honourable members will see
that various clauses of the Act of 1895 are antiquat-
ed, and it is absolutely necessary to have a new Bill
so as to fit them in with modern developments. (T
have copies of marginal notes of the various amend-
ments and 7 would like the Clerk to hand them to









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hon, members in order that they will be able to tol-
low the aniendments more easily.) (Copies were
handed hon. members.)

As the ‘‘Ubjects and Reasens’’ of this Bill set
out, this Bill seeks to amend the Waterworks «ict su
as to bring that Act into line with modern adnumis-
trative practices and to make certain amendments
rendered necessary by the defects of legisiation ci-
acted since the coming into force of that Act and
by scientific and other developments that have occur:
red since that date.

Ulauses 2, 3 and 10 (b) seek to make provision
were the days of horses and carts and buggies) no
provision was made uuder that Section for moor
vehicles. Since we have nowadays quite a wumber of
motor velicles, iL bevummes necessary for Us tO aaiend
that Section in order tu include motor veliicies in
that Section.

Clause 5 substitutes for the reference in Sec-
tion 9 of the Act to the Compulsury Powers (Land)
Act, 1888 reference to the Land Acquistion «Act,
1949 which has since taken the place of tae Act of
1888, and similarly Clauses 8, 19 (a) aud 20 substi-
tute "for the references to * ‘Manager of the Ww ater-
works Department’? and ‘Colonial Secretary’, re-
ference to the ‘‘Chict Mngiieer of the Waierwork »
Department”’ and ‘Chief Seeretary.’’ Litherto in
acquiring lands for the Waterworks you had a spe-
ejal Act—the Aet of 1828. Stmee atien that Act has
been superseded by the 1949 Act whieh embraces uli
oe of land which arc necessary to be secured by

the Government from time to time; therefore, hon.
inembers will see that Seetion 5 of that Act is no
longer necessary because we have an Act dealing in
general with the compulsory acquisition of land. It
is therefore necessary to have this Clause deleted.
Clauses 8, 19(a) and 20 make references to ‘*Mana-
ger of the Waterworks Department’? and ‘Colo-
nial Seeretary.’’ Now that we have a change in no-
menelature of those two offices in the Civil Estab-
lishment Act a change is necessary; so you will ses
that wherever it refers to ‘‘Manager of the Water-
works Department’? and “C wlanial Seeretaryv’’ those
words have been deleted and inserted in the place
of the first phrase are in the words ‘‘Chief Engineer
of the Waterworks Department,’’ and ‘Chief Sec-
retary’’ in place of the second.

Clauses 11, 12 (a), 18, 14 (a) and (b) and Claus
17(b) seek to provide foe the introduction of Fire
Wvdrants which now are used instead of Fire Plugs.
Years ago, the term ‘‘fire pligs”’ was used bnt to-
day we have ‘‘fire hydrants.’’ Therefore if is neces-
sary to take out the words ‘‘fire plugs’’ wherever
thes appear beeause there is no anestion of referr-
ine to fire plus,

4.25 pm.

Tt goes on to state that whilst Ciiuse 21 seeks io
effect minor ¢chiinges in the language of Section 52
J the Act to accord with the provision of the Police
Aingistrates Act, 1905

i think if is necessary to read ont all a these
Sections. but as hou. members will sec there is 2
change in the Actas 7 hinted, and it will tak SOM
time if I have to read all the Seetious with whien
To am dealing.

As the Jaw siands. the Act requires that fre-
qient reference be made to the Leeislature and to
the Governor-in-Fxecutive Committee with respect
to matters of a purely administrative nature. That.
Sir, hon. members know is wnnecessary at present
For example; if you are moving a standpost beyond
twenty-two yards, you have to come to the Tin
with a plan and ect permission from the House. —
a book of menenaie it is generalky called—with the
Re-niution to have the standnost



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Liat is a wasic of
ine; 1b costs sumictinng Lu gee 1b beLord the uegisla-
tue, aud it is @ idek ute tiat could be beticr ad-
Uudisteredi by the Vepariment concerned. it migie
have suited us in loYo under the Act, but i am sure
hon. members would agree that we have tong passed
lLat stage, and it 3s tine that an amendment should
be effected. The Act also coutains several pes
which have since become superfluous. Clauses 4,
JU (aj and (¢), 12 (bj), 15 (dj, 16 (a) and 17 (a)
accordingly oe to free the Aut of these defects and
(fauses 6 and 7 seck to effect certain amendmeiits
HpMea EY upon the repeal of the Sections which
are in the frst Sehedule to the Bill. As you look att
oe 1310], Sir, members will see the Section set out in
the first Schedule which should be repealed. You
get Clause 14 dealing with the same plans as [ said
just now. Section 14 says ‘‘true copies of the said
plan and sections and book reference or extracts,
therefrom certified by the Colonial Seeretary, which
sortifieate the Cotearngal Seeretary when reguired
shall vive to all parties interedted, shall be received
in ali Courts of Justice”? and so on. That is eonsid-
and cumbersome at present and

ered Wanecessa rs

| therefore it is necessary to repeal these Clauses that
t

|

weeved LLomL iuat parucular sive.

,

i referred ‘to.

Now, Sir, by Clauses 14 (cj, 16 (e) and (ih),
av and 24, 1b is sought wo express the penalties pre
vided under the Act in terms of dollars and in cer
tain cases to increase the amount of the penalty. Al
present, hon. members will remember that we have:
changed over from pounds, shillings and pence to
dollars and cents and the decimal system, and it is.
diecessary to amend this seetion and in places where
reference was nade for example to £5 which is $24,
you round it off by saying $25.

From experience it has been found that the lan-
guage of Section 32 of the Act tails to prevent the
accumulation of outstanding debts and that it is ner
always practicable for the Department to observe
provisions of that section which require ihe Depart-
i cht to Install service pipes within the time limited.
aoe it is proposed in the Bill to give power to the

ropariinent to stop Water from flowing in one’s pre

eat premises or other wise if one fails ‘to pay for the
installation and so on. Clause 15 (a), (b), (e) and
fo) accordingly seeks to cure these defects, the de-
fects to which [ referred to just now. The amend.
ments contained in clause 18 (b) are in line with
those effected by clause 15 (a) and (b).

Clauses 16 (b), (¢) and (d) seek to amend see-
tion 35 of the Act in view of the abolition of oceu-
paney tax, — there is no longer ovcupancy tax,
iheretore these clauses have to be amended-——whilst
clauses 16 (f) and (2) Seek to linprove the adininis-
trative De set out under section 35 (3) of the

wet: and inthe tinal paragraph, Mr. Speaker, aiisor
change of language to effect a more eorrect descrip-
tion is sought to be made by clanses 18 (a) and 23,
whilst clause 19 ae seeks to make more explicit the
provisions of section 44 of tre Act,

Mr. Speaker, as Jo said, Str, i in absolutel,
necessary that we have changes such as these at this
stuge. As wou know, ut present the Act lays # down
that the Executive Committee is actually in charge
of running the Waterworks, and that is why con-
stant referenecs have to be made to the Governor-in-
Executive Committee: but under this amendment
the Waterworks Department will be administered
just as, sav, the Public Works or any other Depart-
ment without this corstant reference to the Gover-
nor in Executive Committee, and. as T said, constant
‘ reference to the Legislature for simple administra-
tive matters. For example, it has never—or rather







jake





for many years, at least since i came to this ilouse,
aud even pelore—-we dave never adhered to that
section which makes it compulsory to have plans
submitted to the uegisiature tor any development in
water. In other Words, in aly area that is to be de-
veloped in which water mains must be laid under
the present Act, that has never been done. lor pipes’
that are laid in the various tenantries or along ‘the
highways, no plans for laying these pipes come to
the Legislature although the Act says that; but as |
said, from long before I came ‘to this House in 1944
and since, the only plan that comes, is when you
want to remove a pipe from a certain distance or

rather to a certain distance beyond 22 yards, or if)

the pipes are laid on lands belonging to the Govern-
ment for development, purposes; otherwise no plans
have come to the Legislature and these sections are
more honoured in the breach than in the observance
4.35 p.m.

Therefore, we have found that it is unnecessary
aud. also expensive to have plans drawn up and put
vefore the House from time to time when we are lay-
ing down water mains; and many other sections of
the Act make it necessary to have these amendments.
The Sections are no longer workable in view of the
improvement and the advancement which have been
made from time to time; hence, we feel that the
time has come when the Act must be amended in
order to catch up with modern day practices.

If there are any questions which hon. members
desire to ask, in so far as I am able to answer them,
I will do so. With those few remarks, Mr. Speaker,
I beg to move that this Bill be now read a secona
time.

Hon. C. E. TALMA: I beg to second that.

The question that this Bill be now read a sec-
ond time was put and resolved in the affirmative
without division.

On the motion of Hon. M. E. COX, seconded by
lon, C. E. TALMA, Mr. SPEAKER left the Chair,

and the House went into Committee on the Bill, Mr_

SMITH being in the Chair.

Clause 1 was called and passed.

Clause 2 was called.

Hon. M. E. COX:
2 stand part of the Bill.

Hon. C. E. TALMA: I beg to second that.

Mr. E. D. MOTTLEY: Mr. Chairman, it may
be that I should have waited until we got to Clause
3 of this Bill to say what I want to say, but this
Clause 2 is so bound up with Clause 3, that I will
say what I want to say now. This Section deals with
the inclusion, of motor vehicles in the Act, and I am
wondering whether what is proposed here is the cor.
a thing to be done. Section 3 of the Act says
this :—

““(1) A supply of water for domestic purposes
or for domestic use shall not include a supply of
water for cattle other than domestic stock, or for
horses, or for washing carriages where such horses
or carriages are kept for sale or hire or by a com-
mon carrier, or a supply for any trade, manufacture,
cr business or for watering gardens or for foun-
tains, or for any ornamental purpose.

(2) Domestic stock shall mean stock kept by an
individual for domestic purposes and not for trade,
sale, or agricultural purposes. ’’

Section 2 of this Bill inserts the words ‘‘motor
-vehicle’’ between the definition of the words ‘‘City”’
and ‘‘rate’’ in the Act, and give the words ‘‘motor
vehicle’’ the same definition of ‘‘motor vehicle’? as
set ont in the Motor Vehicles and Road Traffic Act,
3937.. As.the position is now, if that definition goes
in, without any further explanation—well we have
come a long wav from washing carriages and what
not. I should like to point out that 90% of the peo-

I beg to move that Clause

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JANUARY 17, 1957



pie who own motor vehicles, only have domestic taps,
iney have no garden taps, and this amendment is
saying that if you have a domestic tap on. your
premises, and you own a motor vehicle of any sort,
ycu cannot wash it, or you cannot even put water in
the radiator trom that tap. ‘This amendment is
veally bemg put in without giving the matter any
serious thought, and I would urge hon: members to
give it very serious consideration.

It might have been alright in 1895 when you
had carriages, but when this amendment is inserted,
it will affect persons who have domestic taps only.
It will affect such persons who make their living
out of the use of ears, and I say that if you insert
this amendment as it stands, you will leave it wide
open to anybody, not excluding the Police, to say
that you cannot use water at all for washing cars,
although you may not be washing avy car. We have
not reached the stdge where we are using something
other than water, and therefore, I counsel the Hon.
Minister to say whether or not this Section should
not be further defined. This Section might be phrased
in such language as to let it be understood that if
anyone is hailed before a Police Magistrate for using
water from a domestic tap and putting it into the
cooling system of the engine cf a motor car, no offence
has been committed. I hope the Hon. Minister will be
able to clear up that point.

Hon. M. E. COX: The hon. member has not
got the point. We are not saying that you cannot
use water in any car, we are saying that you can-
not use the water for washing ears. I think the hon.
member should know that the large garages carry me-
ters in respect of the water with which they wash
their cars and buses. We are not saying that you
cannot wash your car, we are saying that you cannot
‘wash it from the domestic tap; we are saying that in
order to wash cars, you must have a water meter.
We are saying that you should not wash _ horses.
which are used for freighting, and so on, from your
domestic tap, but you can wash them from your tap.
which carries a meter. That is all we are saying.

Mr. E. D. MOTTLEY: When I am _ dealing
with legislation and passing it, I am not thinking of
any big garage. You have four or five big garages.
If the Hon. Minister will read the Act, he will see
the words I have already read out. It says this :—

‘“‘A supply of water for domestic purposes or for
domestic use shall not include a supply of water
for cattle other than domestic stock, or for horses,
or for washing carriages where such horses or car-
riages are kept for sale or hire or by a common, car-
rier,’’

What I am telling the Hon. Minister is this: we:
know that the big garages have meters, and it will
hardly be necessary for them to use their domestic
taps for washing cars. You are really enacting some-
thing in respect of which we know that 90% of the
people who keep ears for hire are people who would
only have a domestic tap, and you are therefore en-
acting a farce and exposing people to the danger of
being prosecuted for using this water for the purpose
of washing cars.

4.45 p.m.

The question really is not a question of big
garages at all. This is a question that after you
have enacted this law and put in motor vehicles, it is
going to affect not only the people who own big
garages for whom you are legislating but also the
people who own only a car or so. The ereat majority
of people who own cars use water from domestic taps
to wash them. As a matter of fact, to the majority
of them there is no other means. Mr. Chairman, how
many people do you know who use motor ears who
will be able to put in a water meter? It is not like in











JANUARY 17, 1957

1920 when six people owned motor cars and those
people by the overwhelming majority were the ouly
people who had domestic taps installed on their
premises. As a matter of fact, in a great number of
cases owners of taxis actually use the publie stand
post for washing their cars. You can go down to the
Lower Green at any tine and see them using water
from a public standpost to wash their ears.

Hon. M. E. COX: If they do that, they will
be breaking the law.

Mr. BE. D. MOTTLEY: Mr. Chairman, surely
they are breaking the law but you have come a long
way from the days of carriages. The Hon. Minister
says that if you wash off your car with water from
a public standpost, you will be breaking the law.
That is out of the question. He also talks about the
owners of big garages and racehorse owners, Let
us forget the question of the owners of big garages
and racehorse owners. That is brought home forcibly.
We can do something in this matter but not in this
way. I do not think we should include motor vehicles
jn this sense. No number of big garages in this
Isltnd should convince this Chamber trat we should
make au amendment in this way.

The Section goes on to read ‘‘or a supply for
any trade, manufacture, or business or for watering
gardens, or for fountains or for any ornamental
purpose.’’ Everybody agrees to that. I may say at
this point that with your new system of tourist en-
couragement, you are offering prizes to people in
villages for well kept gardens, and certain allow-
ances should be made for that. i am sure the [on.
Minister if I asked him a question about this mat-
ter will say that this amendment is only inserted
for those who are carrying on trade.

We have registered in the parish of St. Michael
over 2,000 hired cars. The business of hired ears is
not confined fo one ar iwe persons, Thandreds of
people are making their living by keeping a taxi or
a motor lorry. Some who own hired ears and motor
lorries do not even have a pipe in their vard. Dut
these people have to present their taxis to their
clients in a clean and sanitary condition. Tf they
have to present their motor vehicles in a clean and
sanitary condition, must they wash them off with
sea-water? This amendment would be alright if vou
were dealing with garages of the old days. but a
man who keeps a taxi has to prt water in the radia-
tor of the car and wash it off to keep it sanitary. I
do not think this amendment shon!d be made in this
way.

Mr. ALEDER: Mr. Chairman, every possible
Clause of that old Act should he scrutinised by us
very eaqremillly becatise we have gwoue a far way since
TAD. Tn 1895 the exploration of the water resources
of this Island was then being earried on and the dis-
tribution was considerably smaller than what it is
now. At that time we spent a neeliotbie amount for
running the Waterworks Department but today we
ave spending over ST milion to explore jew water
resources, and millions of gallons of water have been
released for public consumption. Therefore, the pro-
Vibition whieh the 7895 Act contains, does nol neces
sarily mean that that should be included in any new
Bill. When a thing is searce, you make legislation.
punitive or otherwise, to take care of the limited
supply to he released. but after vou have spent mil-
hans of dollars ev vour water supply and vou have
it in greater quantities, you do not have to put in
vone new Act these prohibited hits of legislation. Tt
is shortsightedness to do so. You have a_ sufficient
supnlys of water. Districts which suffered for water
jn the past now have a generous supply; therefore
vou do not need to have all these old clauses inserted
into the new Bill. It is unnecessary. Why should





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you ask tax payers whose rates have been increased la
recent years and whose money has been taken from
them so as to spend larger sums on the extension of
the water service to pay for the water which they
take to wash off their motor cars? You are telling
them now that if they have a motor car they cannot
wash it with the water from a domestic tap.

1 am going 10 suggest to the Govceriment that,
with the realisation of the water suppty of the Island
being What it is vow, these restrictions should not be
applied because they cannot help the colony pros-
per. You are getting a greater use of a natural re.
source which does not cost a cent. Water is like the
air; you only have to tap it. We have the nevessary
skill and machinery to do so; therefore these puni-
tive Sections of the Bill need not be re-inserted.

I ean remember, say, from 1910. This Water-
works Act was drafted in 1895 when most house.
holders had to walk two or three miles for a pail of
water. Only exclusive householders could afford a
tap in their homes or could obtain water from a well
on their premises. This amendment might all be very
well if we were living in those days but today the
situation has changed entirely. As a matter of faet
our Water situation is such today that no 12
or 24 persons should be allowed to assemble
vt one given standpost te draw a pail of water.
Instead of having one standpost to aecommodate
people from a district and an adjoining village
every village should) have its own standpost.
Every village contains some two hundred or
three hundred people. If a private householder is
allowed to have two or three taps in, his house, where
the people of a district arc too poverty-stricken to
afford a tap, you should make sure now that you
have such a generous supply of water that the in-
conveniences suifered in the past are absolutely re-
moved.

4.55 pan,

Therefore, that Clause can be taken out, because
you know full well that every man who owns a motor-
car is gulng to wash it. iNet a avember here would
say he is not going to wash his motor-car whether he
has a private tap or otherwise, so what is the use of
putting in legislation which would bring conflict be-
tween legitimate citizens and the police. Th is a
waste of time. I believe it must be a little short-
sightedness on the part of the Attorney General’s
Qiiee, but it is unnecessary in this day. We have
travelled fast from 1895 to now and it should be cut
out. The more freely you allow the population to
tse water regardless of how they use it. the quicker
the ceouemy of the istind wotdd vise. beeause | know
many a householder carns an extra dollar because of
the Increased supplies of water whith we have been
able to get, and T am hoping that the Government.
vill see the wisdom in the suggestion of the hon.
‘nior member for the City. It is unnecessary and
it should be removed.

Mr. BRANCKER: Mr. Chairman, T must eon-
fess Hike the hon. members who have just spoken that
T do not find myself enamoured by this proposed
amendment. [t says ‘ ‘motor-vehicle’ shall have the
same meaning as is assigned to it hy the Motor Vehi-
cles and Road Traffie Act of 1937."? and the meaning
Sir, is any mechanically propelled vehicle for use
on the road, but it does not include vehicles con-
structed exclusively for use on rails or other specially
nrepared trains. so vou will see how wide this defini-
fon is, In 1894. of eonrse.—T helieve that neither of
us Was livine at the time—people who owned horses
were people in affluent circumstances. Tn 1894. T
douht whether there are more than two members of
this present Chamber sitting in here af the moment





aioe :

—*

who could have owned. horses, but today a motor
vehicle is owned whether for hire purposes or. other-
wise by almost everybody in. the community except
those people who prefer to tise their friend’s means
of locomotion. Now, I do, not know if it is going to
be contended that by inserting the. ‘words . “motor
vehicle’ ‘after the word ‘ ‘carriages’? that that wili
mean that this will apply only to motor vehicles
which are kept for the sole purpose of hire or other-
wise, and I do not know whether this is the inter-
pretation, but even if it is, Iam not conceding that
it might not, because a. lot of legal: difficulty will be.
iound in the interpretation. because, as you see Sir,
that is how it appears in the original Act of 1894,
Section 3, where it. says that ‘‘a supply of water for
domestic. purposes or, for domestie, use.shall not in.)
clude asupply of water for cattle other than domestic
stock, or for horses, or for washing: carriages where:
stich, horses or.carriages! care kept for sale ‘or‘hire or
by ..a.common. (carrier, or a supply for any trade,’
manufacture, or business, or for watering gardens, or’
for fountains, or for any ornamental purpose’’. So
in: other:: words, it may ‘be the subject of interesting
legal discussion : ‘as to whether ‘if‘you put ‘‘motor
vehicle’’ there after ‘‘Carriages’’’ it refers only to
motor vehicles for sale or hire by’ a common carrier,
If the'big' garages have their other supply of water,
obviously’ this would, not deal with them ‘and what 1!
‘ami fearful about is — I mean if it is imterpreted
as’ T''said;'I cantiot help interpreting it to, apply to,
the one-man: taxi—I eat it =) ‘bound to create a
hardship” if ‘we limited © not ‘more | than
one ‘ear. “or ndt more did beg cars (on cer-
tam premises, Sometimes, Sir, ‘the owner of a
single taxi merely has ‘a license © “for hite; 50
that if a friend wants to borrow it, he could say it is
licensed for borrowing, ‘and the rent is so much per.
day or per mile; and it would be working a hardship
with the proprietor who runs # taxi and who has to
have‘an extra ‘supply of water beside what he has for
domestic purposes in order that ‘he might legally wash
his ‘ear. That is where I said‘in the old days the
cwners of horses were well-to-do people, so in 1894
the Hon:' Leader of the Opposition or say the‘ honour-'
able junior member for St. Andrew would have own-
ed their ‘carriage-and-four.’ Of course, they should
pay for water, but even in those days the justifica-
tion: was: that the ‘supply was so limited and the
sources which we have recently tapped were then
untapped ; but, Sir, I am not:in favour of the inclu-
sion of these words because I. do see that as wide as
it is now, the one-mam taxi owner would have to
bave an extra supply of water; otherwise he may
not legally wash his car in his yard. I make little
Cistinction between that person and''a person who
has a:private car. As a matter of fact, a person
with a private car is usually a person in quite a
better position than the person who-has one ‘car for
hire in the majority of cases, because he lias a ‘private
car for comfort and convenience and sometimes for

purpbses::of luxury,’ “whereas ' the ‘proprietor “Of a
one: man taxi‘has’d source of slender livelihood: and '
he deserves: moré ‘consideration than’ ‘this would
entitle him'to. That is why I look with ‘disfavour
onthe inclusion of thése words. It seems to me a
matter of trying to bring the Act up to date so that
anyone ‘reading ‘the Waterworks ‘Act would realise |
that Barbados ‘has motorecars—just putting in: somie-
thing to-say we have motor vehicles in this island
and no longer ‘have horses and carriages,—but Sir,
that’ is my view of the matter and I am not persuaded
that ft’ 'is wise to include ‘‘motor vehicles’? when
certainly that can be interpreted to apply ‘to the case.
ofa single vehicle owned by someone who’ happens
to have a licence for hire.

_ sO F FICIAL TRICIAL GAZETTE - GQ

‘individually.
_town, but throughout: the island.;: Are you! going: to
‘ell me that these individuals will be asked if they:
-have domestic taps now, to have in another one
‘metered ‘ because’ they happen to ‘haveone or two’

_____—sC ANUARY 1%, ee

Mr,,GODDARD; Mr. Chairman, I must agree
with those other members on. this side that we are
making, this amendment, to bring the Act up-to-date
from 1895, to 1956. We need not include carriages or
‘any of these things today. ‘Chere are no. carriages

_anyhow.. If you want to bring the Act up-to-date,

eliminate (carriages and do not put in automobiles.
Apart from half a dozen. large garages who have
already. installed means of water which’ I am’ sure
they will continue to pay for, cars for hire are owned
There are owned not only in Bridge-

cars? That-is what: uyom are ening: !
go 3.05 p.m. i

Or else you are asking people not to wash, tueir |

cars at ‘home; they must go somewhere and, buy
water and wash them! L. think that: this. Bill wouid
be more up-to-date if these vehicles, were eliminated ;
if you put in an established garage employing i0 or
i2 taxi drivers, you may say that you, cannot, aiford
to. lose, anything, but. the majority of cars in this

‘sland which are licensed for trade:are owned indi-:,

‘vidually and are;owned in such: a, way that it would

be impossible! for ‘persons. to. turn: in. another ..tap:

‘and have it metered: I think thati the. Government

‘should: see , that. point, andi..at: this: stage, I think .
they should realise: that a rade soeenerety should

bemade: (05 06s
‘Hon.! GH: ADAMS: -Petiodila like to kt ithe
hon.’ member whether his’ argument ‘applies only to

‘cars. Does the hon. member ‘realise that the distine-

‘tion’ between a domestic’ supply ‘and’ a non:domestic
supply of water extends to baker shops too ?~Does

‘the hon. member realise that every person who is’

carrying ‘on’ every single bit ‘of trade of any kind

has' to’ pay for a non-doniestic’ stipply ? ‘Is he’ ‘going’
to carry his argument’further and say that not only

should you’ collect from people Who own 10 cars ‘or
12 cars,'but' you' should also“ colléct' from bakeries or
gardens’ of a certain size? Is he going’ to ‘eliminate
shear factories and gardens? What has happened,
is that the hon. member has forgotten, and I myself
forgot, that a private person cannot use his domestic
water supply for washing off his ear. I used to use my
garden hose for washing off my car; I am not saying
that is on every occasion,—[Mr. ‘E. D. MOTTLEY:
What?] if the hon. member will let me, finish my
sentence—my | car gets washed sometimes when the
rain falls, ©

The hon. senior member for the City, being more
astute than the hon. senior member for St. John,
could at once turn his argument in a different direc.
tion; having failed on the question of the domestic
supply, he ‘went off in respect of one car owner, The
hon. senior member for St. John, more lumbering

i

in his arguments than the hon. senior member for,
the City, made ‘the mistake: of saying that’ we are

hitting dt a person who owns a private car. To sug-

pest that -—after all, you can always call it a domes.

tic supply-—reniinds me of a case which I once hap-
pened to hear the late Mr. Walter. Reece argue. A
haber was charged with using water for domestic
vurposes in. carrying on his business and the late Mr.
Walter Reece argued that the, baker sold his. bread
ix Barbados, and did, not sell it, abroad. [Laughter].

Mr. E. D. MOTTBEY : The argumentiof the hon. °

senior member for St. John was éven stronger than

miné,.: The: Government got:a-few shillings’ as licence '
for a car, and it is'a fact‘ that: you have been able to -
I should:

develop yotir’ water: system in Barbados.
like to say that on every gallon of lee: which a











January 17, 1957

cab oWher uses, You wet Zee. and Woe you talk abou
washing off a car with this water, 1 should like tu ash
how else did you get this water supply? If you
are using your car for hire, and you was otf that
ear, then under this Bill you will have to pay some-
thing extra.

“As regards the question of bakeries, that is an
entirely different matter. 1] have argued this matter
cn another oecaxion. Let ous take the factories
where drinks are manufactured in this Colony:
whether they make $40,000 or $50,000, | argue
that the manufacturers of these drinks should pay
at a higher rate than anybody else in this Colony.
Another ‘point is this: every time vou vet a gallon of
rum, you get 3 pints of water. That is common kuow-
ledge. ELanghtert. It is a trade secret, says the
Tlon. Leader of the Opposition, but how else can you
do busimess? [IIon. ft Tl. ADAMS: What abou
the milk?/ Well, the Tlon. Premier knows more
about that than IT know; he has heen practising in
the Courts.

[ contend that the Hon. Prenier’s argument in
respect of the bakeries ig not on all-fours with the
other argument. In connection with a person who
has # car and who must keep it in a proper condition,
he as told that he must install a meter in respeet of
water; that is not at all on all-fours with the bakeries
end the ram shops which actually sell the water
With regard to dairies and drug stores, they sell all
water: | hope the hon. junior member for St. Jolin
will not t#ke umbrage at that. [Laughter]. T am
not saving that the dairies generally sell water, bur
they must use a lot of water if they must sell clean
milk.

J an) not wasting anv more time with that; I am
not voting for this amendment. We have eome a long
way from the carriages; todav you collect from the
owner of a motor vehicle a tax which is laid down,
but yon collect 28. on each gallon of gasolene he
uses, and now you sav that he cannot wash his var
on the domestic water sunply. although the water
supply has ‘heen obtained as a result of this taxation
en the ear.

T do not think that the Attorney General er the
Tegal Dranghtsman would he as well acquainted with
the Joeal conditions as the Tfon. Minister would. he.
Vou will find that some of the owners of these
vehieles have not even eat any taps in their vards
never mind a domestic water supply.

X14 pm,

Whar do thes do now! Tf vou co into the fov-
er Green, you will see them using water from the
public standposi to wash their cars. Phose whose taxis
are parked in front of this building use water frorm
the standpipe in this yard to wash thea off. Ther
are not washing their cars with water registered
by a garden water meter svstem. As soon as vou
put amendments hike this in an Act vou make it
difficult for people. I am suggesting to Government
that this is an error. It is wrong uud it shonk!
not be included im this Bill. We on this side of
the table are not going to vote for it.

Mr. CHAIRMAN: The question is—

Mr. k. D. MOTTLEY:
sou put the question. To want to say that it is not
really on Clause 3 that the question should be put. it
should be CTatise 2. The why To would vote
segainst Clause 2 is bevause that Clause deals actually
with what we are del ating,

Clause 3 hinges on that.

The question that Clause 2 stand part was put
and resolved in the affirmative, the Committee
duiding as follows :—

reason

Mr. Chairman, before |

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Ayes: Mr. Speaker, Hon. G. H. Apams, Hon,
Ur. H. G. H. Cummins, Hon, M. E, Cox, Hon, C, E.
iauM4, Mrs. Bourne, Mr. Vauaaan and Mr. Mit-
LER—6,

Voos: Mr. Brancker, Mn. J. C. Tupor., Mr.
sA.LLDER, Mr. Haynes, Mr. Gopparp, and Mr. EB. D,
MorrLEy—6,

On notion of Hon. Dr. H. G, Cummins, second-
cd by Hon, M. E. Coz, Mr. CHAIRMAN reported
progress and asked for leave for the Committee. to
sit again.

Mr. SPEAKER resumed the Chair and reported
uccordingly.

ADJOURNMENT

Hon. Dr. H. GH. CUMMINS: Mr. Speaker, I
bee to move that this ITouse do now adjourn for
half an hour,

IIon. M. E. COX: {| beg to second that.

The question was put and resolved in the af -
formative without division aut Mr. SPEAKER ad-
Journed the Howse accordingly,

2.25 pan,

On resumption.
WATERWORKS BILL
Mr. SPEAKER:

was in Committee,

Mr, SPEAKER left the Chair and the House
resumed Commillec, Mr. SMITH in the Chair.

Clause 1 and 24 inclusive were callea and passed.

Phe first, second and third schedule were called
und passed,

On the inotion of Hon. M. E. COX seconded
by Hon, (. bh. TALMA Mr. Chairman reported the
passing of the Bill in Committee,

Mr SPREAR EL cosnied the Chair and re ported
dooardingly,

On the separate nations of Mon. Mo EB. CON
seconded bi Hon. C. FB. TALMA in cach case the
eb awes road a third tine and passed,

JIon. Dr HH. G. il. CUMMINS: Mr. Speaker,
this closes the Government business tor the after-
mes oand Po believe the hou, Wider tember for
Christ Charch wants te go on with his Bill

Qn adjournment the House

PRIVATE MEMBERS’ BUSINESS

Mr. GGDDARD: Mr. Speaker,

A BRANCKER: On a point of order In
view of what has been said by the hon, junior mem-
ber for St. Thomas, J am willing to proceed with
Order No. 2 of Private Menibers’ Business standing
in my name.

Mr. SPEAKER: The hon. junior member for
Christ Chureh was on his feet first.

Mr. BRANCKER: Order No. 1 is first, but as
the proposer for that is out of the House at present,
the next one is Order No. 2.

Mr. GODDARD: Mr. Speaker, 1 wanted to
ask leave to take Order No. 8 as the next Order of
the Dav.

XMAS BONUS FOR GOVERNMENT
EMPLOYEES

Mr. SPEAKER: The hon. member has a right
to take the orders as they stand. The next Order of
the Day stands in the name of the hon. senior mem-
ber for St. Luey, and unless there be any objection
leave will be granted.

There being no objection leave was granted the
hon. member.



252 4 Da

Mr. BRANCKER: Mr. Speaker, this Address
is one which I am sure hon. members should at least
be convinced of its dire necessity. As you recall,
Sir, it was in September 1949 ....

Hon. G. H. ADAMS: I hope the hon. member
does not mind if I interrupt him. 1 want to inform
him that this question is being put before the Salar-
ies Commissioner; and I wonder whether he would
still go on with it,

Mr. BRANCKER: I am sure hon. members of
this Chamber are prepared to strengthen and fortify
the attitude of the Salaries Commissioner im review-
ing a matter of this kind, and I am certain if the
hon. senior member for St. Joseph, the Minister of
finance, tells the Salaries Commissioner that this
has passed this Chamber, he will look with greater
favour on it than if the matter had been done with
cat serutiny accorded to the public purse. You will
recall that in September 1949 when we fully and
first threshed out this matter, in those less enlight-
ened days there were only six members to be found
to support this Resolution and seven members who
were then to oppose it. That. unlucky number of thir-
teen was the number who happened to be in the
Chamber at the time. The Address reads as fol-
lows:

HOUSE OF ASSEMBLY
TO
HIS EXCELLENCY THE GOVERNOR

1. The House draws to the attention of His
Excellency the Governor the necessity for the insti-
tution of an annual Christmas bonus for all public
employees whose pensionable emoluments do not ex-
eeed fifteen hundred dollars ($1,500) annually.

2. The House requests that Government take
effective action whereby such will be paid as from
December this year.”’

6.10 p.m.

As you know, Sir, it is the practice of private
firms in this Island, hard as they undoubtedly are
in many instances towards their employees, to give
a certain amount of Christmas bonus; sometimes,
they will give a fortnight’s wages or a month’s wages
as the case may be. It is the Government which
should set the example and leave it to private enter-
prise to follow. We cannot, in this case, set an ex-
ample, because the precept is already before us: but
I do not.see the justification for continuing to lag
behind private enterprise, and allow the lower--paid
employees of the Government to suffer. Your Hon-
our will realise, as a person who mixes with people,
what it is to the humbly-paid employees of this Gov-
ernment—from the casual employees of the Highways
& Transport Department and the Water Works De-
partment to the Elementary School Teachers — the
difficulties which they have tide over, never without
assistance, I am sure, over the Christmas period;
and also the difficulties of those who are paid monthly
after their salary cheque has been cashed on the 19th
December, and they have to wait for six weeks, un-
til the 23rd or 24th of January before they are in
receipt of any further remuneration. Despite the
assistance which they get from the Friendly So-
cieties, they draw their salary a week or two before
hand, and there is nothing at all left. in the three
weeks of January until they are paid again.

Mr. Speaker, I do not think it is necessary to
place any burden on the Public Treasury by includ-
ing the more highly-paid Officials in this proposal.
Certainly a person who is getting $200, $300, $400
or $500 a month should be ‘able to look after him-
self. Everybody likes to receive a present—I do not
suppose even the hon. junior member for St. An-

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drew, would refuse a substantial present—but there
would not be any justification tor taking money
from the Public '‘l!'reasury and giving it to those per-
sons who can spend a happy Christmas irrespective
of any bonus. Private enterprise is more partial tu
their highly-paid people and will continue to give 3,
4, 6 and 9 months’ salary as bonus. | am sugg esting
that the equivalent of 4 weeks’ wages be the amount
of Christmas bonus which the Government shoula
be prepared to sponsor.

i have mentioned this figure of $1,5U0, but 1
am not wedded against $1,44U or $1,600, out i think
that a figure in that vicinity deais with the persons
in’ that category who have a really bard time at
Christmas in order to survive the economic ordeal
it is ati very well to say ‘‘ Happy Christmas:’ ‘dtu
‘Merry Christmas’’ to everybody, but if we want
persons to whom we are responsible for payment, if
we want to enable those lower paid people to enjoy
a happy or merry Christmas, then there is only one
bas quite rightly, in my opinion, drawn attention
way which would not, In my view, constitute too
beavy.a drain on the public purse, but it would be
& most justifiable measure to assist them at that im-
pertant season of the year which is the spending
-eason.. It would greatly assist the lowest paid
nersons in the public employment in this Colony.

We know that the Elementary School teachers,
the casual workers of the Highways & Transport
Department, the casual workers of the Waterworks
Department, the Police Constables and people of that
class, find it almost impossible to survive at that
period of the year. I suppose that every member of
this Chamber is asked in the course of the year.
‘\What is being done about the Christmas bonus? Is
the Ilouse no more enlightened or sympathetic to-
wards this proposal than it was in those black days
im September, 1949, when an Address of that kind
was defeated by the close margin of 7—6 in the
Chamber ?’’

I do not think it is necessary for me to emphasise
the point any more; I think that the actual details
can be worked out by the Government. I am suggest-
ing that the equivalent of four weeks’ wages or a
month’s salary as bonus to persons in the salary
range of $125.00 a month or to people who are draw-
ing no more than $25 or $30 a week. They are the
veople who stand in dire need; they have to borrow
in early January and pay that back from the Janu-
arv nay cheque. The month of January is one in
which nobody ean live on Jess than two months’
rormal expenditure or salary. Without any more
ado. Mr. Sneaker, T formally beg to move that: this
Address do now pass.

6.20 p.m.

Mr. TUDOR: Mr. Speaker, in rising to second
the motion for the passing of this Address which has
been brought forward by my colleague, I should
like to say, first of all, that far too little attention
bas been paid in this House to the situation of those
employees of the Government whose wages and sal-
aries fall below a certain range.

Mr. Speaker, unless Your Honour’s memory
fails you, you will recall that the Governmevt Party
suffered its first crisis in this House over the ques-
tion of what should, and should not have been paid,
to the employees of the Government and it has left
a heritage of bitterness inside and outside of this
House which will only be removed by the electorate.
Here is a chance before that fateful day to see
whether it can be removed.

It is, therefore, not a matter which savours of
men political controversy, because it is not a poli-

al matter at all. In all its essentials it is very sim-



JANUARY 17, 1957







ple. It is a recognition of the fact that Government
employs some people who are worse off than some,
and those who are worse off are those at the end of
the Establishment. [t is only common decency that
whenever the opportunity offers itself, as it is in this
Address, that some reservations should be made
‘to those employees whose cases should be looked in.
to when salaries are revised. The Salaries Commis-
sioner is now going into the pros and cons of this
very aspect of Government policy to recommend, if
he can, what scale of remuneration should be given
for those who are paid out of the Public Treasury.

I should like to express the hope that all the
blunders, all the hardships and all the anomalies will
be removed; but in the meanwhile, this Address
which is more limited in its scope, merely asks that
the Government adopt as part of its policy that at
least once a year bonus (the particular sums can be
arrived at) be paid to the lowest paid employees of
Government so that the hardships of struggling
with the cost of living will not bear too heavily on
them.

The people referred to by my colleagues are
people who are members of the working class. It
does not matter that because they are postmen,
police constables, nurses or teachers, they are lifted
out of that category of persons which this Govern-
ment allegedly represents. They are of the people,
and any boon which can be conferred on them will
be received not in the belief that something wonder-
ful has been done, but that the principle reached
has been upheld. I have therefore great pleasure in
supporting my colleague and in commending this
Address to the House.

Mr. CRAWFORD: Mr. Speaker, before you
put the question, I think that if you read ‘ietween
the lines of the speeches made by the hon. Mover
of the address and the Seconder, you will probably
arrive at the real basis of the argument. Implied in
the Address is the fact that since workers in this
category are underpaid, some reference should ‘be
made in some form or the other to give them a more
living wage. The hon. Mover of the Address. is ask-
ing that the deficit should be made up by a Christ-
mas bonus and the hon. junior member for St. Lucy
has quite rightly, in my opinion, drawn attention
to the fact that. what is really wrong is that their
basic wages are really too low and Government when
minded to give an increase of wages to Government
servants puts on a greater increase on the people in
the higher brackets, and when it gets down to the
employees in the lower bracket it gives them more
sparingly.

In 1953 when there was the last salaries revis-
ion the Government did not see fit to award the
workers in this category more than one penny an
hour. We on this side of the table demanded at least
a four cents increase and after strenuous opposition,
the Government made some sort of compromising
gesture by adding another cent to the proposed in-
crease. The hon. senior member for St. Joseph, now
the Premier, actually told the House that the in-
crease would mean a complete cessation of the Pub-
lic Works Programme and that we would have to
curb our social expenditure. There would be no
finances for carrying on the educational programme

and the most serious lamentation which came forth:

from him was to the effect of the financial destiny
which would overtake the colony if he agreed to the
request of the Opposition and give those workers
the increase which was demanded. The hon. mem-
ber said that the entire Public Works programme
would have to come to an end, and yet: you will re-
member after that he allowed the then Colonial Sec-
retary, Mr. Robert Turner, who was appointed as

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253
Salaries Commissioner for officials in the higher
brackets of the Service, to award the most extrava-
gant increases to Government officials over and above
the remuneration mentioned: in this Address.

It will be. still fresh to hon. members of the
House and the public, of course,..of the strenuous
debate which ensued in this House when the pro-
posals came before us, and it is still a matter for
heartburning how unfair was the answer of the Gov-
ernment when it came to giving an increase on the
one hand to those higher officials and what it did to
those who were lesser paid. So, Sir, by this reminder
that the salaries of these workers are manifestedly
much lower than what they should be, you can very
easily understand why the minds of some hon. mem-
bers on this side of the table should be exercised
over the unfair wages paid to the unestablished
staff, so to speak, in the Government Service.

; Of course, this is not the time to dilate unneces-
sarily on this matter because at long last the Gov-
erument has got around to the fact that Govern-
ment servants are in need of higher remuneration
if they are fo cope with the higher cost of living. It
is a matter for regret that the large bulk of the
workers in Government Service gets less than those
who are working on sugar plantations. The average
agricultural worker when he gets work is paid at
a higher day’s rate than, say, people who are work-
ing on the staff of the Department of Highways and
Transport or the Public Works Department, and it
is also known that among the members of the un-
established staff there is also a wage scale which
does not compare favourably with workers in similar
categories in private employment,

6.30 p.m.

___ Hither therefore, Sir, the Government realises the
obligation under which it exists. in respect.of these
workers by endorsing the words, contained in | this
Address and giving them this special bonus at
(Christmas time, or better still, Sir, should endeavour
io ensure that their weekly earnings bear a better re-
lationship to employees in the high brackets of the
public service who for the greater part are entitled
to these high wages. long vacations with pay, holiday
with pay, pension rights and so on; and I repeat, Sir,
they should endeavour to make their wages bear a
hetter relation to the remuneration of those in the
higher brackets ‘by seeing: to it that.they are paid a
salary more in keeping with the abnormal high cost
of living: The Government has dotie its best to in-
crease the cost of living; it has made a special effort
to see to it that the cost. of living in Barbados is the
highest in the area. You will remember, Sir, what
they did with the Customs Duties. which themselves
were the highest in the area.

Mr. SPEAKER: The hon. member is now go-
ing outside the terms of the Address. He must really
keep to the Christmas Bonus, and although the hon.
member has admitted that this was not the time to
deal with it at unnecessary length, yet he in speaking
of the wages of these workers, has repeatedly and at
some length dilated from the subject and, I am sure
he should not now further dilate in the matter.

Mr. CRAWFORD: I have no desire to do thai
Sir, but my recollection in connection with the matter
1s that the last time it was before the House, the
Government members were inclined to treat it very
facetiously and there was opposition expressed today
on the floor of the House from the Governmeni
Benches. One Government member at the time actu-
ally called it trash so that my idea today is therefore
to endeavour to impress upon ‘the ‘minds of hon.
1aembers that so deserving is this type of worker at
the hands of the Government in. the moving of the







address, that d cau du no belies Si’, Wau to veld
vic dfodse tial Uie people ueed tills moucy bévause OL
the high cost of living. Lar be it from me to dilate
ioday on aspects of the matter which might be more
properly considered if and when the actual salary
imereases come before the House, but for the purpose
oF the Address before us, Ho is still bighiy essemtia:
iiat hon. menrbers should have impressed upon their
Ininds the faet that while it has been polated oat ty
Loth previous speakers that these people are now
underpaid, the mere fact that the Government has ai
i:ast appointed a Salaries’ Commissioner is an ad-
mission that they regard salaries below what they
should be; and since these facts are uncontrovertible,
then something should be done to redress these un-
fair ‘balances im so far as this type of worker is con-
cermed. Therefore, Sir, T make no apologies for
reminding the House. that the cost of ving in Rar-
bados as today higher fhan if is in enix otter
West Indian Colony in the area. It is higher than
che cost of living in Great Britain, it is higher than
the cost of living in Canada, and it is higher than
the vost of living in the United States of America.
Foodstuffs, clothes and tho basic necessities of fire,
cost more in Barbados today than they do in these
places. Due mainly. Sir, to the poliey of the Gov-
ernment it has directly contributed to the cost of
living by increasing Customs Duties: its policy as
regards commodities from America is the most strin-
gont in the area where they allow far Jess than wy
other West Indian Island. Tiverybody knows... .

Mr. SPEAKER: The hon. member is now
pursuing a different line of argument.

Mr. CRAWFORD: I must Sir, most necessar-
What T want to respectfully submit is: that.
there can be no argument for giving this | onus on
inereased wages to this type of worker unless ono
can prove that the cost of living entitles him fo it and
T am swhmittine that Hfooen the one hand vou
directly inerease the cost of living by taxation poliey
and on the other hand, von purposely restrict the
cheapest goods from coming to the market-——and that
23 what vou are doing with American commodities—
there is no question about it. Tn the other islands ot
the West Indies the dollar expended in proportion is
far in excess for essential commaditics than in Bar
hadns, T reneatedly hear Commission Merchants
whose business takes them to the other West Indian
Istinds marvelline af fhe comparatively bie orders
which thev ean get in a small island like St. Vincen!
or St, Kitts for American goods in comparison with
what they ean get in Barbados, There is not one
sinele essential conmmodity tn Barhedos today whieh
von cannot get cheaper from America than fron
Great Britain,

6.40 p.m.

Kiven when allowance is made for the difference
in exchange for putting sterling on a par with the
zmerican dollar, even the basic commodities, every
vingle one cam be obtained cheaper from. America
than from Great Britain. The policy of the Govern-
ment is to see that the minimum amount of goods is
bought from the Amerikan market, but goods are
obtained mainly from Kngland.

Mr. SPEAKER: I think the hon. member has
well elaborated on that.

Mr. CRAWFORD: T regret very much that ft
am not allowed to say anything more on the matter
because T have some facts for the House which are
astounding. Be that as it may, since the Govern-
ment is directly responsible for the actual existence
of this type of worker, and since the Government is
adding an unnecessary burden to the back of this

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type ol worser, they the obligation falls on them, ay
i said eurlier, to endeavour to make this burden as
light as possible for the worker.

lf, ior the future, that is to say, if afier tue
salary revision, We may expect some more reasonable
scale of remuneration, then as some sort of gesture
for ali lie years that these people were underpaid
and exploited, the Government might well eudorse
tie suggestion contained in the Address. Whether
you call it a Christmas bonus or not, they should
make some adequate lump sum payment to this type
ot worker between now andi 3lst December. As I
said, we expect that when the salaries are revised, the
waves WHE commemorate with the ability of the Guv-
ernment to pay, considering the enormous wealth
awluch is extracted from the Country, and if the
wages are going to be reasonable in the future, let
them discharge that responsibility for the past by do-
ing sulnethiny along the lines indicated in this Ad-
dress.

Mr. HAYNES: Mr. Speaker, while 1 see
many good points in what the hon. Mover of the pass-
ing of this Address has said, especially with regard
to the lower brackets of the Unestablished Stai of the
Civil Service, yet, [ am not in favour of the title of
ihe Address. With regard to the question of an in-
centive bonus, I believe that most of the personnel in
charge of Departments could make note of all the
points of efficiency or working conditions and those
points could be considered by the Departments, and
wnd au incentive honus could be given on that Seale,
if you like, at Christmas time. I am quite sure that
‘he money thus spent would; be money well spent if
‘hat svstem were adopted, but I certainly cannot con-
ceive the idea of the hon. senior member for St. Lucy
proposing that this Christmas bonus should be given
in this way. T do not think that any rational person
could conceive of it, I will support the Address if
aon, mnembhers would insert an amendment alone the
lines ] have indicated.

Mr. BARROW: 1 do not regard it as a sound
economic policy to withhold the just reward of their
work from the workers for eleven months of the year
and then give them something at a time when it is
nighly unlikely that the workers will be able to re-
serve any of the money which is given to them for
purposes other than those of their own advancement.
At the same time, human conduct being what it is,
certain eeonomic habits of seasonal spending are
1eeply ingrained in this Colony. I would be the last
person to oppose the idea that at the very time when
the demands on the resources of the working class
man are at their highest, his purchasing power should
be increased in some measure in the way in which
the purchasing power of the clerk who is fortunate
enough to work with a big business firm is increased.

We all know that in certain business under-
takings in this Island, the employers pay big bonuses
to their workers including themselves, because they
consider themselves, hy some peculiar act of mental
eymnastic to be workers, although they may be sit-
ting in chairs and doing absolutely nothing all the
day long; but in order to cover up their reluctance
10 pay into the Treasury of this Island, the excess
profits which they are making from time to time,
especially under a so-called Labour Government
they have adopted; the device of paying fantastic
Lonuses ti the region of $7,000, $8,000 or $9,000. to
themselves as Directors, and therefore. as employees
of the firms which they control, varving in inverse
proportion to the rank of the particular worker im the
firm down the Seale to bonuses of $800 and $400 a
month.



Janney 1G 190!

Some firms pay as much as 10 months’ bonus, some
5 months, some 2; some of them pay 10 months’ bonus
to Directors, and some 6 months’ bonus to the junior
managerial staff; they pay various amounts depend-
ent on the amount of excess profits which the Control
Board and the Labour Government have allowed
tiem to accumulate in the space of eleven months of
the year.

7.00 p.m.

Now, their ability to make large disburse-
ments at Christmas time does not spring from any
conversion to christianity on their part; its springs,
as I have said before, from the desire naturally, on
their part, because of the hegemony under which
we are suffering at this time of our history to pay
as little money into the Public Treasury as they
legally are allowed to pay. That is their first instinct
and this instinct is.engrained in the economic life
of every citizen, so to speak, during the last five
years. They are saying: ‘‘I am not paying into the
Public Treasury more than I have to pay because
it is going to be squandered.’’ In the second place,
they are able to pay this large bonus at Christmas
time for the simple reason that there is an increment
incurring to the financial assets of the firm during
the course of the year which is not provided for
even in their wage structure or their demands for
mortgage and capital outlay; in other words, the
excess profits are due to the fact that they are pay-
ing out to the workers less money during the course
of the year and the Christmas bonus then becomes a
deferred payment of wages.

In so far as the Government is concerned, the
only undertaking which it has of a commercial nature
is the Transport Board and we all know that that
Board will not be able to pay out a bonus this year.
We know that. Government is not of a commerical
nature and the people who work in Government can-,
not stake their claim to a deferred payment on the
same consideration which would prompt the clerical
worker in Broad Street to make his demand. But
there are other considerations. This Government -has
thought fit that any one working for $180 a month,
whether he be in a profit making concern like the
General Post Office or in a department like the Hdu-
cation Department or the Waterworks Department
which operating on a profit and loss basis cannot
possibly pay for itself—without any distinction be-
tween Department and Department—has elected in
its wisdom end succumbed to the blandishments of
certain officers of the colony a few years ago and
top-ranking Civil Servants to pay to those particu-
lar officers working for more than $400 a month a
deferred payment so that they can. go on holiday.
I challenge anyone to say that it is not a deferred
payment you pay him every three and a half years
in the form of leave passages for himself and his
wife. Leave Passage means a minimum of £400 given
to those employees who get over $180 a month for
every three and a half years of service. Let me say
that before the Labour Government came into power
in Barbados, no one thought that the climate of the
colony was inimical to the upper branches of the
Civil Service so that any one of them could claim,
as they do in Africa, that the climate is so inimical to
them that they need this deferred payment by the
granting of a leave passage to allow them to go back
home to recuperate. We have a policy laid down by
this Government that the basic needs of a human
beings are food, shelter and clothing. You get this
Government deciding though it had said so, that
Civil Servants who work for more than $180 a month
should ‘have: ‘a deferred payment of 25% of their

salary given to them once every four years; that is,.

at the end of 314 years they go on six months vaca-

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255



tion and get something like £400. By simple arith-
metic it works out to 25% of their salary per annum.

This Government has also decided to give to
another section of the people of the colony, the agri-
cultural workers, especially at election time, a 19%
deferred payment although they are. represented by
a strong and virile Trade Union; therefore we take
it that they get the maximum to whica their labours
entitle them, taking into consideration the state of
the sugar industry.

_ Now, let us start with these assumptions. We
start with the assumption of good wages being paid
because of the revision of wages among the sugar in-
dustry. You start with the assumption that the
Trade Union is already, getting for the workers a
fair and just proportion of the profits which were

‘and are being made by the sugar industry of Bar-

|

bados, and at election time you get Government
seeing to it that the sugar workers get this 19% de-
ferred payment. Speaking of that new principle
which Government has established, we have then at
one side of the stage, the Government deciding for
their own employees a deferred payment. We have
as well a permanent system in the sugar industry
whereby the agriculiural workers get a deferred
payment. Whether they get it in September or De-
cember (it is for some mysterious reason not un-
related to the election date) is a matter of supreme
indifference to'me, but it is a fact that after June
they get a deferred payment although they are well
organised ,in a Trade Union'and | although their
average wages are far in excess of the’ average can-
tonnier who working for the Barbados Government
gets less than $11.60 a week of which $1.60 is cost
of living bonus. I will not refer to people like jani-
tors because they get. less than ’$7 a week.

_ It is elementary, Mr. Speaker, that human re-
quirements being more or less similar between per-
son and person, and country and country, that when
a man has an income which will provide him with the
basic requirements and leave him with an’ excess over
and above his basic requirements, he has an element
of choice in the disposal of that part of his income
over his basic requirements. It may sound to somé
hon. members as if I am theorising but I am quite
serious: A’ man who is working for $6.50 a'week hag
no element of choice in the disposal of his income
because he has no excess income. A man who. works
for $180 per month has an element of choice in the
disposal of his income, but a man working for, $45
per month has no element of choice in the disposal
of his income. :

7.10 p.m. :

His income is disposed of for him the minute
he wakes up in the morning and demands his break-
fast because his whole purchasing ‘power is consumed
by basic requirements. If we accept therefore the
fact that we are living in a Christian community and
that we have acquired the habit’ of increased spend-
ing at Christmas time, and that you recognise moral
obligations both to your friends and to your family
and to those who work for you and with you at this
time of the year which you are content ‘to ignore
for the rest of the year, it means a mati working
for $11.60 a week—and I would go so far to say
aman working for less than $180 a month—cannot
give play to his desire to participate in the season

‘of goodwill ‘to the extent to which he would like or
vat all.

He has not got any ‘scope to allow himself to
feel the same human being ‘as the man ‘who gets a
leave passage every four years or three and a half
years; he does not get leave passage at all; he has
not got that to look forward to. Every year in the
United Kingdom, so great is the increase in the
circulation of British Treasury notes that the Treas-
ury has to issue £25 million at the beginning of
December which they call back in during the



second or third week in January and destroy; but
there is this terrific temporary inflation, this terrific
desire of every single person in the community to
spend more money than he has been spending during
the rest of the year; and if [ may come back home
to my original proposition, | would like to say this:
in the light of the talk of making appointments to
the higher branches of the Civil Service, in the light
of their elevation into the Sugar Industry and that
the payments are in an undesirable state of affairs,
ot showld not be computed with weekly workers that
there should be this lamp sumo payment which is
ustially cisgoreed before Labour Day or before Klec-
tion time; they have expected these deferred pay-
ments, whether von call it leave passages or produc-
tion bonus or Christmas bonus for that matter; de-
ferred payment is a principle which has not only
loon endorsed and aecepted hy Goverunient bit initi-
ated by them, and no other person, in so far as
Government spending is coneerned.

Now, I would like to draw a reference to the
hon. junior member for St. Andrew for his not par-
ticularly liking the way in which the Resolution is
framed hecause he would prefer the payment to be
called an ineentive. The hon. junior member for St.
Andrew says that he would agree tf it were called an
incentive, but T would Hike to say this: that any
payment to a worker which makes him feel happier
and more eontent in the job that he is doing is an
incentive towards doing the job better; it must stand
to reason and I would like to know whether his
lieutenants and the other captains of industry along-
side of him eall their Christmas bonus an incentive
payment or whether they call it a Christmas bonus.
Tn the last analysis. whatever you call it, whether
you eall it Christmas bonus or production bonus, is
it not really and truely an ineentive payment made
to the worker in order to make him feel he is getting
a bigger share of the product of his Jabour than
he wonld be if he did not get it at all? So it is no
argument against the Resolution moved by the hon.
senior member for St. Luey that he has not elected
to eall it an incentive payment. J will go so far
zs to say it is an incentive, but it wonld be a mis-
payment for the simple reason that incentive pay-
ments should always be based on time rather than a
period of time during which you have worked. T
would like to say this before T sit, that even when
you take the people who are working for only £1,000
in the Government Service in Barbados, you will
find that with that £1,000 a year when they get leave
ment to the lower branches of the Civil Service-—and
T hope the hon. member for St. Tey would accent.
an amendment to let that run from £425 per annum
downwards, because that is the lowest salary level
at which leave passages are given; therefore, since
vou have given everybody over £425 a year leave
passages, I feel it would be a good point, a point
chosen by Government themselves, to grant new
dispensation to the lower salaries of the Government
services, and To oowwoukd Tike pot out that
month’s salary at Christmas time is only eight and
a half or more correctly eight and a third per cent.
of their salary while sugar producers are getting
more, and people with leave passages are getting
Wee 1568S ae 25%, They are drawing that amount
over and above their salaries at the end of three
and a half vears. when a man in the service would
get leave passage for himself alone not Including
passage for his wife and children. In other words.
since they believe in the principle of maintaining
Tifferentiats, it is almost as obnoxious @ tern: as float-
ine economy beeause that economy is not going any-
here at all, it is like a cork bobbing up and down.
ha Address of the hon. senior member of St. Tmev

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would preserve the principle of wage differential,
because that would be giving the workers 8%, where-
as people getting £1,000 get 10% at the end of the
year and those getting £4,000 are getting 25%.
Whether vou call it incentive payment production
bonus, Christmas bonus or otherwise, the principle
must be reduced to the lowest common factor.

Mr. B.D. MOUL?LEY Mr. Speaker, | will aot
be long. I voted for the Address in 1949 and |owint
vote for it again today. T have risen to offer congrati-
iations to the Government or to commend the Govern-
vent bevanse of what the Hon. Premier has said.
On the last occasion, the Hon, Premier made a vers
witty speech, aud said that we should have amend.
edt the Addvess so as to include persons who wauted
to go on a week-end spree, or who wanted to have
av birthday party and so on. To am not making any
lengthy speech today: } ami voting for the Address on
the assurances whieh the Hon. Premier has given to
the hon. semor member for St. Lucy, that the matter
is now before the Salaries Connuissioner, and if would
be taken care of,

That seemeck to be quite contrary to the Hon.
Premior’s opinion on the last oceasion, The Hon.
Premier has inferred that they gre in favour of this
Address: he said. when he asked if the hon. sentor
member for St. Luey would give way to him, that
tne matier is before the Salaries Comanissioner, — |
take if that the Goyernmenf is in favour of the pro-
posal contained in this Address,

Tlon. G. TE ADAMS: Ona point of explanation
T am too old to be caught in any trap. [A MEMBER -
You are caught init now!] T have not expressed any
opinion whatever, When the Salaries Commissioner
has the complete position before him, he will report
to us: then we will be able fo say to what extent
we agree with him. T am not saying what is the
opinion of the Government towards this matter, he-
cause we have not discussed it yet.

Mr. EK. D. MOTTEEY: The Salaries Commis-
sioner must have had terms of reference of some
sort. IT might be a fool, but you could not accuse
the hon. senior member for St, Lucy of being a
fool. But how else could anybody tuterpret the Hon.
Premier when he got up after the hon. senior
member for St. Lucy began to move the passing
of this Address and asked the hon. member to give
way to him? From what the Hon. Premier said.
well, if he were poking fun. | do not know; he
nueht have heen makine fun, bur he asked the
hon, senior member for St. Lue te give way to
him and he said that the .uatter is before the Sal-
aries Commissioner, We all know that the Hon.
Premier would not waste any time in putting be
fore the Salaries Commissioner anything with
which the Government was not in favour, [ take
it that the Government is in favour of the pay-
ment of this Christmas bonus as set ont in— this
Address, and if the Salaries Commissioner recom.
mends 15¢:, the Hon. Premier will reeommend 10.
Tam elad indeed to know that the Hon. Premier,
who is really the Government, has been converted
and feels [Mr. TUDOR: Tle has not said sol] --
well, the Hon. Premier savs that the matter is now
before the Salaries Commissioner. T say that [am
supporting this Address. and [am elad to see from
the expression of the Ifon. Premier, that the Gov-
ernment is in favour of it,

The question that this Address do now

was pul and resalved in the affirmative, the TTouse
Aridi as follows —-

PEON

Ayes: Messrs. Vavartan, [langhter], BPRaNcKER,
Barrow, Tupor. Crawrorp, Auiporr, Haynes, Cop-
DARD and FE. D. Morrrny.—9.

















ots, Tlow De. Ih G. Le
fou. C. We. ‘vaussa, My.
Aituuur. —7.

beeit dueided

Elon.
Hon. M.
sevlis Mrs, Bours an
Sin BPEAW MT: ‘Pine anes has

Voes:

TENS,







in the affirmative, vine hen. members voting ‘Ave,’
auc seven bon, members vetmg No’? 1 Geclace the
“Aco nave it. do ask the hon. seulor member for
St. Licey to present this Address. ;

Ais. BRANCH fit: Ss Your fhomoer pte
Tiail BARBADOS LIGHT AND POWER COM-
PANY (PUMPING STATION) BILL

Mr. GODDARD: air Speaker, i asic leave to
pieosedh wath Order No. Sas the next Geaier of the
Das

There being no objection, leave was granted the
ioe pla.



wees, the House went intu Conmimitiee an tae Bill,

The Preamable was postponed.

Clawe 1 and 2 were called and passed.

Claitse 3 wus called. Lt read as follows—

“3. The company is hereby authorised to con-
struct and maintain two or more pipelines begin-
jung at a place near the shore of Grave's E ii in
the parish of St. Michael in this Island to be ap-
proved by ‘the Governor-in-Executive Committee,
thence coutinuiue on or under the foreshore and
along the sea bed to a place in the sea to be approved
by the Governor-in-Executive Conmittee for the
puLpese OF conveying sea water to be pumped from
the sea into the company’s circulating water pump-





ng plant and theuce returning to the sea by such
paelines:

GODDARD: Lb bee to move that Clause
3 part.

ALLDER: fF bee to second that,

Air, DARROW: Ate. ‘Chaimmian, Clause 3 is to
the ctect that the company is hereby authorised to
cous onet and miatotain two or more pipelines be-
giiai oe eta place near the shore of Cirave’s ffud
aw the parish of St. Michael in this Island to be ap-
proved by the Qovernor-in-Executive Comumiéttee
Theiss coutuing on to or wider the foreshore and

aloug the sea-bed to place in the sea to be approved
by the Governor-in-Executive Comittee for the
purpose of conveying sea water to be pumped from
the sca into the company’s circulating water pump-
ing plant and thence returning to the sea iby svieb
pipelines. T owant von to read “those Hnes carefully.

f wonder, Mr. Chairman, if any member of the
£ einient would lke te eel up and inform mem-
] of this Tlouse that they pot only approved of
this ate v before it passed the Weouse jut that the
pipelines were Detme laid down seme three weeks ago
Approxmmately sixty-five feet north of the canteen
the’ is there, and along with that, they have entered
mito an eereement alveady for the purpose of putting
down thet pipeline. As a matter of fact, if you go



up to Greves Had, as a are accustomed, vou are
tikely to fall down and break vour neck bee ause of
the tye-feet diameter sipelinits which are lying on
the beach. Tt is something which ans hon, member
can cheels for himself,

Mir, CITATRAPAN: To would like to tell the hon.

neiniber that this louse has already passed a Reso-



lution en ae same thing.
Mr. BARROW: Bat tam speakine on Clause
4)
CUATRABAN: Tam only t ee vou that
the, - has passed the Resolati on to approve of

the lease of this land a



t Grave's Endl to the Barbados
Fae re Power ee nV,
Mr. BA TROW: Tam savine that not oly have

we agreed to the Resolution to of the lease

approve

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ef the dead, but thet the honourable junior meni er
for Christ Chureh has introduced tis Bill in this
diouse when all of that had been agreed to already,
so that we ave only going throneh a Gilbert and
Sullivan farce of passing somethis which is an
accomplished fat. dn other words, this Chamber is
recived to the level of a school debaiing society
| because it bas no power to disallow or disapprove
of anything which is against the public interest,

1 do not want to go into another aspect of the
matter now, because £ have already talked at length
on that, but 1 do not like us to be going through the
rioekery of passing & Bill in all its stages when the
Executive has already agreed to lease the Barbados

Light aud Power Company the land, As a matter of
fact. they have seen aud shown us the plan, a priv-
ilege with which the hon, junior member for Christ
Church has not been vouchsafed.

I want to say to this Committee: do not ask me
to support you in giving permission to any retrospec-
tive thine which they have done in connivanee with
the Government or on their own. Ag it appears tu me,
it is not necessary for them to come to the House with
this Bill to authorise them to lay down pipelines
which were not manufactured in Barbados and whieh
ave about 20 to 24 inches in diameter and which they
have already laid out on the foreshore of Graves
ind, where they are to be laid down. These pipelines
have come all the way from England and must have
been ordered over a year ago. This matter is w fore-
gone conclusion und T am not participating in any
mockery like this. If this Company was owned by

the people of Barbados as should have been done
according to the terms of the Barbados Light and
Power Company, it might have been alright, but 1
think if is an erfrontery on their part. and whoever
essistedl then to put down the pipelines. stronels
object to it, T can never vote for it because, in my
cpinion this whole thine is a hollow movkery ; the
Way in which public affairs in this Island are con-
diuteted ts mockery both to the rural law and
Pevlianentary democracy.

The question that Clause 8 stand part was pub
and resolved in the affirmative without division.

Clauses 4 to 10 inclusively were called and
passed.

Clause 11 was called. It reads as follows -—

“"Phis Aet shall continue in foree watil and in-
elusive of the day, OTT

Mr, GODDARD: I am asking leave to fill i
the spaces, the first with the word “thirty-iirsi”
the second with the word ‘August.’

I beg to move that Clause 11 stand part.

Mr. “AILLDER: I beg to sevond that.

Lhe question was put and resolved in the af firm-
alive without division.

oe
ig

ue
is

a

ol

ely

TAQ p.m.

Mr. GODDARD: I bee to ioye that Clause 12
stand part.

Mr, ALLDl: 1 bee io second that.

The questioit wis pul and resolved in the af firca-
without division,

On the muito of

alive

A&P. GOPDARD SCCONG LF by

Air, ALLDER the Preanble was passed.

Gi the motion of Mr. GODDARD segonded by
div, ALLDER, Mir. Chatrinan reported the passing
of the Bill in Commitice, and Ay, SPEGARER re
eemed the Chair and reported aceardingly.

On the separate motions of Mr. GODDARD

seconded in each ease hy Mr. ALLDER the Bill was
road «a third tine and passed.

Hon. G. H. ADAMS: Mr. Speaker, T should

fke to say iM connettion with Order No. 9 of Private







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Members’ Business standing in the name of the ken. |
junior member for St. Lucy. When he gave notice
of this, it occurred to me that the honourable mem -
ber would find eonsiderable difficulty in getting a
successful answer if this Address passed or was even
Torwarded. I made the necessary enquiries and I
am sure that there is no. chance of having the hon.
member’s request complied with, and I am suggesting
that he does not proceed with this Address because
it would be rather embarrassing, to say the least, if
the House of Assembly passed an Address asking for
something to be done if the answer is: going to be
‘No’. I believe tHe honourable member sees the
sensibleness, if I may coin a word, of not. proceeding
with it and I wanted to make that. statement so that
the hon. member may be clear on certain things which.
however much we may like, are not just done and
tnis, I am sure, is one of the things, Sir.

Mr. TUDOR: Mr. Speaker, I have heard with
interest. the statement of the Hon. the Premier and
I am: glad to hear also that a check has been made
tefore hand. to ascertain the feasibility of the passing
of, this Address in. this House. Far be it from me,
Mr. Speaker, to sponsor an- Address. in this House,
non;contreversial as:it is, which might’ be ‘visited. by
@..rebuff..qf this House. The Address itself is cf
course non-political in character. but still. very serious
T will tell; you; what I will do, Mr, Speaker, I won’t
actually. withdraw, it. from. the Order. Paper, bat I
will Just leave. it;there.so that I. can: satisfy myself.
by an. independent: check. of; it: in the: House of
Commons and.other, interested, parties as.to whether
pe Deagedyre envisaged was as wrong: as it-is alleged.
to be. ‘ eu

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JANUARY 17, 1957

Hon. G, H. ADAMS: I hoped the hon. members
would have understood the explanation given. I took
the trouble to make enquiries so that he would not
he in the position of: not knowing what the answer
Was going to be. I have seen some such questiqns
asked, but of course if the hon. member is going to
get a member of the House of Commons to ask the
question, he along with that person would be made
to look silly.

Mr. TUDOR: If the hon. member would give
way, I never said I would get a member of the
House of Commons to ask the question, I said I
would have an independent check in the House of
Commons.

Hon. G. H. ADAMS: I could not do more than
I have done through the most appropriate channels.
I found out. whet the answer was going to: be and
the hon. member said he was going to make enquirics.

Hon, Dr. H. G. H. CUMMINS:, Mr. Speaker,
the hon senior member for St. George a few moments
ago made some remark in connection with the Bill
under consideration of work being done in. advance
at Graves End. The Minister of Communications and
Works is trying. to find out if that: is correct..and he
will know next Tuesday. 4

The Order Paper hawing been. fixed.

Hon. Dr. H. G. H. CUMMINS: I beg to move
that the House do now é@djourn until: this day week
at: 3.00. p.m. i 4. at xt ji ate 5 " 4

Hon. G. Hy ADAMS: I beg to:second that.
: The question was put and. resolved in the affirm- ©
alive without division, and. Mr. SPEAKER adjourned’
the. House accordingly: ; ieee
7.40 p.m.









Supplement to Official Gazette, January 17, 1957



Pacwineiet dard at Meeting of ctsseuibly of sth dairy, 195?



13— (J 986-61)

BARBADOS

aoe pee rng

REPORT

OF THE

Comptroller of Customs



ON THE

Customs Revenue, Trade, Shipping and
Excise of the Island

FOR THE YEAR

1954

Advocate Co,. Ltd.-Yrinters to the Government of Barbades













CONTENTS

REVENUE

Gross amount collected under each sub-head of revenue in the vears 1952. 1953 and
1954

Drawback of Duty

Net Revenue Collected

Import Duties

Surtax . vee wee

Cause of increased revenue ...

Value of Total Imports wee wee

Value of goods imported free of duty wee .

Recapitulation of Imports for Home Consumption Le
Alcoholic beverages and tobacco entered for Home Ci mMnsumption

Goods entered for Home Consumption paving duty at specific rates .
Goods entered for Home Consumption paving duty at Ad Valorem Rates
Vessels entered

Aircraft entered

Excise
General

STATISTICAL APPENDIX

Review cf the vear’s trade
Explanatory Notes

TABLE

4a.

4b

a

ios)

10

ll

13
l4
15
16
17
18

Total Trade—Imports, Exports (Domestic and Re-Exports) and Balance of Visible
Trade Years 1938, 1948 to 1954 ves _ in wee

Value of Imports. Exports of Domestie produce and Re-Exports—Analysis by
Sections Year 1954 wes we a wee we wee

Direction of Trade—1949 to 1954—Analysis by Currency Areas and principal Coun-
tries of Origin and destination wee

Value of Imports—1954. Analysis by Currency Arcas and Sections

Value of Exports—1954. Analysis by Currency Areas and Sections

Value of Imports—1954. Analysis by Sections and Divisions

Value of Exports (Domestic and Re-Exports)—1954. Analysis by Sections and
Divisions

Direction of Trade—1954. Analysis by Geographical Areas

Imports—1954. Detailed Analysis showing quantities and values and Countries of
Origin

Exports—1954. Detailed Analysis showing quantities and values and Countries of
destination

Trade with the British Caribbean Territories—Total Imports—1954 ...
Trade with the British Caribbean Territories—Total Exports—1954 ...

Imports of Gold and Current Notes and Coins—1954. Detailed Analysis showing
values and Countries of Origin

Exports of Gold and Current Notes and Coins—1954
Exports of Sugar—1945 to 1954

exports of Molesses—1945 to 1954

Exports of Rum—1945 to 1954

Value of Domestic Exports—1950 to 1954
Value of Re-Exports—1950 to 1954

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26
27
29

31

4]

43

45

47

124
203

206

209
209

210

2
3
4
5— 7
8
9
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REPORT

OF THE

Comptroller of Customs

ON THE CUSTOMS REVENUE, TRADE, SHIPPING AND EXCISE OF THE
ISLAND FOR THE YEAR 1954.

Customs Department,
Barbados.
ith December, 1955.

THE HoNoURABLE,
CHIEF SECRETARY.

cs
Sr,

I have the honour to forward for the information of His Excellency the Governor, the Annual Report on
the Department of Customs and Excise showing the Revenue, Trade. Shipping and Excise of the Island for the
year ended 31st December, L954.

CUSTOMS
REVENUE

2. The following Table shows the amounts under various heads collected during the vears 1952, 1953 and

1954 with the increases or decreases comparing 1954 with 1953.

GROSS RECEIPTS





1952 1953 1954 Increase Decrease
s 8 5 § §

Import Duties 3.714.569 3,533,347 3,981,554 448.207 —
Surtax 431.036 377.374 439.662 2.288 —
Tonnage Dues 109.542 100.649 LLL.725 1L.076 —
Ships’ ‘Bonds L.s42 L806 1.863 D7 —
Petroleum Warehouse Rent 294 436 PSO — 147
Government Spirit Bond Rent 85.275 93,130 95.927 2.797 —
Powder Magazine Rent 15.766 1.033 31 — 1.002
Inspection of Animals Fees 94 147 140 — 7
Additional Petrol Tax ...... 761.541 927, 725 976.624 48.899 -—
Package Tax . 192.757 140475 167.407 26.930 —
Additional Tax on Diesel Oil used i m

Road Vehicles 3.293 3.545 6.153 2.610 —

TOTALS 5.316.309 5.179.667 5.781.375 602 864 1.156







Net Increase $601,708.

REVENUE REFUNDED AS DRAWBACKS, ETC,

3. To arrive at the Net Revenue collected during the year, it is necessary to deduct the following

amounts which were refunded as drawbacks etc.

a) On yoods shortlanded. ete.

4 .
b) On goods exported (Bay Rum excluded),





S23.815

(
( 11.100
(c) On Bay Rum exported 16.206
(d) On Commercial Samples exported 1.547
(

e) On Goods Duty Paid at the General Rate, pending the production of Cer.

tificates of Origin

(f) On Road Tax (Act 1942-1) 1947-27

Tora.



3.648
1.945

$58.26]





4
NET REVENUE

4. The total $58,261 refunded as drawbacks cte., when deducted from the Gross Receipts makes the net
amount of Revenue collected for the year $5,723,]]4 compared with $5,108,382 in 1953 an increase of $614,732.

5. Import duties are sub-divided into three heads as follows :—

(a) Duty collected on goods paying Specitic Rates.

(b) Duty collected on goods paying Ad Valorem Rates.

(c) Duty collected as Surtax.

TOTAL DUTY OBTAINED AT SPECIFIC RATES.
6. The Revenue obtained from Imports paving Specific Rates of duty excluding Surtax, amounted to
$1,819,436.
TOTAL DUTY OBTAINED AT AD VALOREM RATES.

7. The Revenue obtained from Imports paying Ad Valorem Rates of duty excluding Surtax, amounted
to $2,162,118.

SURTAX.
8. The Revenue obtained from the Surtax amounted to $439,662.
SAUSE OF INCREASED REVENUE.

9. The Increase in Revenue as compared with 1953 is due mainly to the increase in the quantity of Manu-
factured Goods, duty paid for Home Consumption.

IMPORTS
VALUE OF TOTAL IMPORTS.

10. The value of Total Imports for the vear 1954. exclusive of Bullion and Coin and Intransit Trade
amounted to $48,763.353.

11. The following Comparative Statement shows the Value of Articles imported free of Duty for special
purposes during the years 1953 and 1954.







1953 195-4
3 $

For His Excellency the Governor wee wes a wee was wee vee 7,883 527
For The Colonial Government... wee wee wee wee Les Le 7 598,145 826,192
For The Barbados Electric Company... ve Lee vee co Le 212,475 264,852
For The Barbados Gas Company Lee i we = wee 6.437 1,327
For The Barbados Light Aeroplane Club vas i wee wee Le wee 2.336 1,944
For The Barbados Regiment _ wee wee wee wee wee 4,525 1.136
For The Barbados Rifle Association —... vee wee es wee vee a 1,086 9-42
For The Barbados Telephone Company . we we vee an a 226,180 224,008
For Bona Fide Gifts for distribution to poor persons Le see kee Lee 336 60
For The Boy Scouts and Girl Guides Associations —... we wee - vee 784 984
For Colonial Development and Welfare wee wee wes we oe 929 915
For Consuls a wee wee 9.503 9,054
For The Extra Mural Department of the WL. “University oe wee wes we — 175
For The Imperial and International Communications Ltd. ... wee wee wes 147.621 141,370
For International Aeradio Ltd. ... wes _ tee tee wee wee - 1.532 4,603
For Places of Worship... wee ve wes ne eee ve _ 22,149 8.809

Totals... vee vee vee - wee vee on vee vee 1,242,227 1,485,898













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12. The following Statement shows the Value of all other articles on the exemption from Duty List

imported during the vears 1953 and 1954.

Advertising Matter of N.C.V.

Animals and Birds Living for Food — Poultry
Other kinds

Animals and Birds Living not for food

Agricultural Implements ...

Articles used in converting spirits into Articles requiring Rum in their manufacture

Books Printed

Charcoal

Coconuts

Cotton—Raw

Farth and Sand

E goes .

F ishing Equipment

Fish Fresh including Turtle

Fruit—Fresh

Lemon and Lime Jnice

Hides and Skins Lee
Insecticides for the € ‘ontrol of Plant Diseases a

Machinery and Apparatus for Agricultural purposes (‘Tractors and Parts).
Mac hinery and Apparatus for Agr icultural purposes (Other kinds) ...

Machinery and Apparatus for Boring for Oil and refining
Machinery and Apparatus for manufacturing Biscuits
Machinery and Apparatus for manufacturing Bricks ete.
Machinery and Apparatus for Copra

Machinery and Apparatus for manufacturing Cotton Yar n and Cotton Goods from

Cotton Yarn ... .
Machinery and Apparatus for manufacturing Toe
Machinery and Apparatus for Irrigation
Machinery and Apparatus for Printiny eee
Machinery and Apparatus for Sugar and Rum .
Machinery and Apparatus for manufacturing Tobacco
Machines—Sewing
Maps and Charts



Oil—Bay
Paper —Cunrrene v Notes .
P: g and W tapping

Parcel Post

Pictures, Engravings ete. .
Pioncer Industries—articles specific dl for
Plants. Seeds and Bulbs ...

Printing Ink

Rays

Rayon Staple r ibres .

Sea Island Cotton Manutac jared
Tablets and Tombstones ...

Wood, Fuel .

ve “ast —Except Proprietary Brands



Totals

Bullion and Coin





1953

$

32.291
5.570
24.133
1.793
43,946
188,235
11,300



DA S46
40.497
6,840
90,224
907

0)
3.532
230,253
33.862
674.229
19,582
28,678
76,966

3.134

4.129
12.802
45,752

1.233.855

1,206
61,893
88

BAN
2.210
398.055
12.970
7.383
147.405
19.815
4.482

3.635.421

L.OST

3.014526







$

11.342
12.501
30
48
8.488
865
61.461
178.020
18,800
27,889
11,281
18.013
57,076
7,742
176,053
2.951
70,677
306,999
81.411
460.846
3.243
2,238
73,238

585
3.880
8,482

32,268
866,821
4,253

120.402



231
20,422
561 432
14.548
4.759
199,271
16,778
7.171
99
9.98]
60.905
3.94
S1.196
SYP 1

S.SSO



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VALUE C.1PF.



Recapitulation of imports for Home Consumption during the years 1953 and 194,





















1953 1954
| s §
J. Free of Duty for Special Purposes 21 1.242.227 1 486,898
Ii. Other Commercial Articles :— ‘
(a) Free Goods Lee | 3.635.421 3.614.526
(b) Dutiable Articles... LST BTS.508 42.049.004
Totals . | 42.256.156 47,150,428
— ——
HH. Bullion and Coin 1.087 8,880
SPIRITS, WINES AND TOBACCO
l4. The following Comparative Statement shows the quantities of Spirits, Wines and Tobacco entered
for Home Consumption during the vears 1952 to LQ54.
1952 1953 | 1954
Brandy, Whisky and liqueur gals. 9,485 9,300 10,103
Gin 7.394 6,730 7,335
Wines. sparkling ... see » $33 807 722
Other Kinds - 13,887 14.793 13,738
Tobacco—leaf Ibs. 282,096 291.767 293,745
Manufactured 9 3,574 2,942 3,345
Cigars and Cigarettes » 33.931 27,65) 27,556







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15. STATEMENT OF ALL GOODS SUBJECT TO SPECIFIC RATES OF DUTY ENTERED
FOR HOME CONSUMPTION DURING THE YEAR 1954
Value Duty and
S.L.T.c COMMODITY Unit Quantity C.LF. Surtax Col-
No. S BWI. lectible
§
00I—OL.2 | Calves for rearing and breeding No. 2 700 2
001—03.1 | Swine for rearing and breeding No.* ] 569 —
001—03.2 | Other Swine for Slaughter wee No, I D4 =
001—O9.1 | Goats and Kids for Rearing and Breeding No* l 60 —
011—0] Beef and Veal—Iresh ... Ib. 1.396.055 374.989 7.087
Ib.* 24s 290 a
011—02 Mutton and Lamb—Fresh lb. 159.510 64.333 804
O11—03 Pork—Fresh Ib. 10.541 6,129 53
lb.* 162 163 _—
011—04 Poultry. Killed or Dressed Ib. 28.634 27.060 157
Ib.* Is 19 —_
O11—O9 Meat — Other Kinds — Fresh . Ib. 38,153 18.739 193
012—01.1 | Bacon—Dried, Salted ete. not Canned Ib. 49.787 46.535 682
012—O1.2 | Ham—Dried, Salted etc... not Canned lb. 124.242 113,259 1,502
012—01.9 | Other Salted Pork oes lb. 3.759.130 950.857 —
012—02 Beef and Veal—Pickled lb. 979.100 366.202 4.945
013—01 Sausages—Not Canned lb. 14,417 9.679 72
013—02.1 | Hams—Canned lb. 68.175 79.588 1.634
013—02.2 | Sausages—Canned lb. $3,289 53.582 1,763
013—02.9 | Meat—Other Canned . Ib. 1.054.217 625.747 16.730
022—01.1 | Milk and Cream—Condensed_ or Evaporated
not less than 8°% of Butter fat ... lb. 3,377,566 776.120 38.885
ib.* 71.360 12.346 —
022—02.1 | Milk and Cream—dry—not less than 8°,, of
Butter fat lb. 218,280 189.656 661
Ib.* 1.458 998 —
022—02.2 | Milk and Cream dry—tless than 8°% of Butter
fat lb. 37.161 10,685 2,590
lb.* 250.726 61.039 —
023—01 Butter Ib. 1,007,984 804.975 29.888
024—01 Cheese lb. 559,375 292.706 14.160
031—02.1 | Codfish lb. ? 909 412 692.969 11.222
]b.* 34.008 8.213 a
031—02.2 | Salmon and Trout—Pickled lb. 29,460 1O,LL7 176
031—02.9 | Other Fish Salted, Dried ete. ... Ib. 214.434 36.901 478
041—O1 Wheat and Spelt—Unmilled Ib. 79.344 6.410 28
042—02.1 | Rice in small packets for Retail sale lb. 51.000 8.807 a
042—02.9 | Other Rice lb. 15.758.926 1,767.923 —
043—01 Barley. Unmilled . lb. 119.390 13,375 344
044—01 Maize (Corn) Unmilled Ib, 142.545 10,702 282
045—O1.2 | Oats, Unmilled Ib. 3.378.226 223.588 1,789
046—0] Meal and Flour of W heat and cle lb, 20,923 .245 1,754.199 12,118
047—02? Meal and Flour of Maize (Corn) Ib. 4.616.945 376,574 5,498
048—04.1 | Biscuits—Sweetened a Ib. 36.265 29.461 1.677
048—04.3 | Biscuits—Unsweetened lb. 18.633 17.796 410
lh.* D0 109 —
048—09.1 | Corn (Maize) Canned Ib. 1.313 615 12
051—04 Apples—Fresh lb. 41.051 11.911 72
054—O01 Potatoes Ib. 8.095.212 318.337 30,212
054—02 Beans and Peas lh. 2.485.460 325.719 5.720
054—09 Onions . tb. 3.089.136 201 005 15.565
054—09 Other Fresh V egctables Ib. 55.411 10.734 661
2.9 | Veget bles Canned Ib. 121.579 37.037 824
lb.* 1.425 315 —
055—04.1 | Arrowroot lb. 45.228 9413 131
061—02 Sugar Refined cwt 2.588 33.596 11.522
O71—O1 Coffee—Raw lb. 51.520 39.336 618
071—02 Coffee—Prepared Ib. 59.202 101.048 1.420

















* Free of Duty for Special Purposes.







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15. STATEMENT OF ALL GOODS SUBJECT TO SPECIFIC RATES OF DUTY ENTERED
FOR HOME CONSUMPTION DURING THE YEAR 1954











Value Duty and
S.1.T.C. COMMODITY Unit Quantity C.F. Surtax Col-
No. § B.W.L. lectible 7
$
072—01 Cocoa—Raw ... oo ps ie ves lb. 672 191 8
072—02 Cocoa—Prepared wee ae ae st Ib. 263,239 190,088 20 :
074—0] Tea - _ as we i lb. 227,282 280,180 16,332
lb.* 2,100 2,614 —
081—O1.1 | Hay and Fodder _ _ = Ib. 33,830 2,649 24
081—01.2 ) Bran and Pollard wes a wee lb. 5,344,697 262,212 3.400
081—03 Oilmeal and oileake —... me lb. 10,026,878 677,182 10,238
081—04 Food Wastes and Prepared animal Feed
N.E.S. ... oe rae ose Ib. 12,837,629 1,036.904 3,170
111—01 Aerated and Minoral Waters ee oe ... [doz. pts. 535 2.533 7
112—01.1 | Sparkling Wine wee ae ee we gal, 722 11.022 3,972
112—O1.2 | Still Wine in Bottles... a os Les gal. 4,979 33,013 14,572
gal.* 268 1,270 =
112—01.3 | Still Wine in Wood _... te oe oe gal. 7,299 21,648 18.570
112—01.4 | Medicinal Wine cas ane Lee i gal. 1,200 9,42] 1,008
112—02 Cider and Perry se a. oe oe gal, 394 1,285 66
j12—03.1 | Beer and Ale... oe ne cae oe gal. 151,670 287,785 48,265
112—03.2 | Stout and Porter ves mn ae = gal. 116,056 233,859 32,507
112—04.2 | Whisky — oe aoe S25 on gal. 7.811 67,171 68,448
gal* 29 259 —
112—04.3 | Gin a ae a es ae gal, 7,323 42.739 51.266
gal.* 12 12 ee
112—04.4 |} Brandy a ee be oa: as val. 1,186 17.426 11.646
112—04.5 | Bitters . - gal, 399 3,752 3.496
112—04.9 | Distilled AMeoholt Beverage 8 N. E. S.. : gal, 1,222 21,215 9.323
121—01.1 | Tobacco Unmanufi vctured—I weat Unstemmed lb. 293,745 332,497 $98,860
122—01 Cigars and Cheroots —... “as ot th. 64 556 256
122—12 Cigarettes ae a as — wee lb. 27.419 88.067 114,083
lb.* 73 133 _
122—03.1 | Tobaceo Manufactured a ae ee Ib. 3,339 10,957 $,28]
lb.* 6 10 —
122—03.2 | Snuff me a: = wes Ib. 6,266 7.824 7,653
221—02 Copra 7 Pon see ewt. 72,290 1,128,178 2,604
221—08 Other Oil Sceds, “Oil Nuts etc. ead wee ewt. 219 4,410 7
243—02.1 | Douglas Fir ous wee i .. | sup. ft. 3,329,458 562,191 2,875
243—02.2 | Pitch Pine oo aes is ... | sup. ft. 2,093,486 449,331 4,463
243-—02.9 | Lumber -—Other—Conifer Ss oak ... | sup. ft. 3,013,115 635,613 2,170
243—03.1 | Caribbean Cedar oe i ... | sup. ft. 113.316 3] 264 §2
243—03.2 | Hardwood ath es ae a .. | sup. ft, 168,492 47.692 242
sup. ft. * 3.756 1.028 —
243-—03.3 | Lumber--Other—Non-Conifer oe wf sup. ft, 19.384 3.437 15
272—05.1 | Salt Coarse and Rock ... oe aoe ewt. 1.739 2.052 100
272—05.2 | Salt, Fine aoe ie ae tee owt. 41.535 107.966 2.554
311—01 Coal, Coke ete. ... e - is a ton 1,134 50,453 162
312—O1 Petroleum, Crude ie we wee ve ton 8,338 345.162 12.007
318—01.1 | Aviation Spirit ... a oe ns oe gal, 274 126 6
313—01.9 | Other Motor Spirit oe = = te gal, 3,289.073 744.359 72.359
313—02.1 | Power Kerosene Oil... we i is gal, 17.867 4.897 $58
313—02.9 | Other Kerosene Oil... ae grad. 2,206,123 462.044 105.910
3138—03 Gas Oil, Diesel Oil and Other ¥ ‘uel Oils - ton 4.752 228 522 15.952
313—04.1 | Lubricating Oils oe Res a we gal. 142.558 158.746 14.224
gal.* 33 78 —
313—09.1 | Road, Gil oe nae a eet ee ton 49 1.3338 3t
412—0] Linseed Oil, Raw ee oe a as gal. 16.883 27.386 LAT
cal* a G1 —
4]2—02 Oil from Sova Beans, Cotton Seed ete. cee gal, 1544 8.680 r48 .
412—07 Coconut (Copra) Oil... Poe _ sal. 158,156 32 P8338 7.591
I |







*Free of Duty for Special purposes.
Â¥, t Purp











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15. STATEMENT OF ALL GOODS SUBJECT TO SPECIFIC RATES OF DUTY ENTERED
FOR HOME CONSUMPTION DURING THE YEAR. 1954





Value Duty and
S.I.T.C. COMMODITY Unit Quantity C.F. Surtax Col-
No. S$ BWI. lectible
s
413—Ol Oils, Oxidised Blown or Boiled Ib. 6,595 1,377 67
413—02 Hydrogenated Oils and Fats ete. lb. 3,334,244 692.393 18,304
511—OL.1 | Sulphuric Acid ... Ib. 213,319 20,327 410
lb.* 612 164 —
512—01.2 | Turpentine gal, 4,595 7,673 1,065
gal.* 58 94 —
512—O1l.4 | Calcium Carbide lb. 20,937 3,287 182
533—01.2 | White Lead Lee Ib. 10,659 3,226 94
5383—01.3 | Distempers Dry or not lb. 155,280 30,408 L118
]b.* 25 li —
533-—03.2 | Paints and Enamels Ib. 917,267 433,070 6,737
lb.* 6.046 3.970 a
533—038.3 | Varnishes and Lacquers gal, 3.908 20,772 1,159
gal.* S 53 —
552—02.3 | Soft Soap and Resin Soap Ib. 336 57 ]
Ib.* 1,400 200 a
552—02.4 | Soap Powders, Flakes Granules ; Ib. 79,027 18,820 341
552-—02.5 | Cleansing Preparations Containing Soap Ib. 13,341 3,414 73
552—03 Polishes (Furniture and Floor) gal. 1,838 9,093 529
gal* 5 24 —
561—01 Fertilizers—Nitrogenous ton 9.407 1,028,400 —
561—02 Fertilizers—Phosphatic ton 52 3,613 125
56] —03 Fertilizers—Potassic ton 5.541 506,633 13,298
561—09 Fertilizers—N.E.S. ton 148 21,195 —
599-—03..1 Starches lb. 28,068 3,436 252
632—03.2 | Shingles Le doz. 494,300 125,433 2,562
655-——-06.2 | Rope and Cables Ib. 79,204 29,832 684
Ib.* 2,504 1,130 —
656—O1 Bags and Sacks doz. 51,066 258,428 14,705
661—02 Cement ewt. 181,446 436,157 21,948
ewt.* 26.445 61,715 —_
662—01.1 | Bricks La doz. 4,436 8,386 717
662—01.2 | Floor and Wall Tiles wee doz. 12.982 17.568 324
691—02.1 | Revelvers, Pistols and Rifles ... No. 24+ 592 119:
No.* 6 1,407 —
691—02.4 | Other Firearms ... No. 39 344 120:
841—O] Stockings and Hose doz. pr. 7,965 34,301 5.328
doz. pr.* 35 656 _
851—02 Footwear wholly or Mainly of leather doz. pr. 323 2.968 706
851—03 Rubber Footwear etc. doz. pr. 316 3.272 1,192
863—01 Films—Cinematograph {t. 3,338,258 — 7,483
ft.* 1.700 — —
899—01.1 | Candles of Tallow Ib. 15.498 6.941 LS7
899—01.2 | Candles—Other Ib. 8,946 3.087 22)
1b.* 4,707 1.297 —
gross
899—02 Matches boxes 52.215 70.600 13,332
899—I4 Playing Cards a doz. peks 1,439 5,155 832
921—01.1 | Horses under 14 hands No. 27 2,488 70
921—0O1.2 | Horses over 14 hands ... No. AS 88,098 397
921-—-01.3 | Asses No. P25 1,084 36
921—O1.+ | Mules No. 32 3.400 127
No.* l 325 a
921—09.1 | Dogs - No. 12 997 1s
931—-01.2 | Personal Mffects _ ot — ao 773
Additional Tax on Casolene and other Petro-
leum Distillates used for road Purposes — — 982,776
Package Tax — — 167.407
Tora. — — 3,058,982

* Free of Duty for Special Purposes.

































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16. STATEMENT OF ALL GOODS SUBJECT TO AD VALOREM RATES OF DUTY ENTERED
FOR HOME CONST MPTION DURING THE YEAR 1954.

















S.LT.C. Vaturn C.LF.) Dury axb
No. COMMODITY $s BAW J. SURTAX
COLLECTIBLE
013 Meat. Extracts and emcpanisions N.EWS. te vee bes 9.798 1468
026—01 Honey... . . wee oe wee wee 1.647 168
029—D1 Dairy Products. 'N. E. S. wee oe vee on wee ee PAOD | 2.635
032—01 Fish. Canned. ete. . ve _ wee a a 386.555 47.730
047-09 Meal and Flour of C ereals, N. K. ‘S. wee wee wee a we 1,096 66
048—01 Cereals—Prepared Breakfast Foods ... we vee _ we 103.507 8.310
* 616 a
048—02 Malt ae we we ves ne we 570 68
048—03 Macaroni, Spaghetti, ete. wee _ wee wee 41.732 2.97]
048—O9. 2 All Other Preparations of Cereals, N. i. BS... wee i we 1770 232
051—07.1 Groundnuts (Peanuts) ... we oe wee wee - ee 93.260) 14.668
051—07.9 Other Edible Nuts an te ae a - ee te 5.206 647
052—OL1 Dried Fruit wee - - - wee wee =e 41,064 8.335
053—01.1 Preserved Fruit—Canned on ae - a wee 43.026 5.501
053—O1.2 Preserved Fruit—Not Canned bee Lee vee 2,852 563
053—02 Fruit. and Fruit Peel Candied or Cr ystallized a - - 4,676 577
053—03 Jams. Jellies. Marmalades—Canned or not... wee wie on 28.838 2.884
053—04.9 All Other Fruit Juices ... see vee = wee _ i 61.749 8.668
* 1041 —_
Q55—02.1 All Soups and Vegetable Juices—Canned _... = wes wee 38.813 4.805
* 134 —
055—O4.2 Sago and Tapioca . we see on wee 5 23.344 1.497
061—09 Other Sugars and Syrups. N.E S. tee _ we we wee Is. 149 2.264
* 349 —
062—O01.1 Sugar Confectionery... re bes we wee _ wes 134.688 18,875
062-—OL.2 Other Sugar Preparations Ps a ve 7.039 913
07 L—-03 Coffee Extracts and Essences ee wee _ ron - 1.743 209
Q72 Cocoa Butter... aon oe wee wee - an 62 7
073—01 wl Chocolate C ‘confectionery . : wee ie a 72.786 8.740
073—01.2 Other Chocolate and chocolate “Prepar ations. wee _ wee 86.782 LO.797
*275 —
075—01 Spices an ve oe vee oe vee 27.237 3.277
099—09 Food Pr eparations N. E S. vee Pn bee - _ on 268.597 34.040
*1 022 —
1L1—0} Other Non-Alcoholic Beverages _ = vee i wee 3.296 396
242—09 Poles Piling Posts ete. ... wee en Lee wee wee wee [8.851 2 262
*LOTOL —
263—02 Cotton Mill Waste etc. io wee ee os aon ne 7.990 L001
e 29 _
264—01 Jute. including Jute Cuttings and Waste... vee wee ve 880 106
265—01 Vegetable Fibres of Flax. Hemp. Ramie etc. wes we oe 1.226 292
9.1 Coconut Fibre . = i wee wee 13.269 1.592
265—09 .9 Other Vegetable Textile Fibr es Sand W rastes. wee we Lee 748 91)
#34 —_—
272—05 .3 Salt, Table a ee a wee -_ an 1.027 [24
272—06 Sulphur wee we an wee wee 53 6
272—07 Other Crude Minerals N.E S.. . Lee wee a 7.671 960
292-02 Natural Gums ete. vee or wee vee a wee 11.917 2.488
#10 —
292 Vegetable. Materials. for Plaiting —... wee a8 _ oe 8.577 1.20]
292—07 Gut Flowers and Foliage a tee wee = 1.374 264
292—09 Vegetable Saps. Juices. and Extracts NE. Ss. aa ron 622 110
313 2 Lubricating Greases... we — wee wee we 23.884. 3.751
*325 —
313—05 Mineral Jelly and Waxes a wee wee vee wee wee 10.387 ? 483
313—09.1 Petroleum Asphalt NVELS. ... Lee vee wee wee a 125,257 15.294
*3,.229 —_







*Free of Duty for Special Purposes,





16. STATEMENT OF ALL GOODS SUBJECT TO AD VALOREM RATES OF DUTY
THE YEAR

11

HOME CONSUMPTION

FOR HOME CONSUMPTION DURING

1954.

Wartve CLE,

ENTERED











S.LT.C. Dury anp
No. COMMODITY 8 B.W.T. SURTAX
COLLECTIBLE
2 All Other Petroleum Products 12.063 1543
*139 —_
411—0] Fish Oils ete. ~ 19.183 2.321
*4179 —
412—11 Castor Oil 13.692 1,643
413—04 Waxes 213 25
511—01.9 Other Inorganic ‘Chemicals 141.947 18.28]
#7 S40 —
512—O1.1] Glycerine 1.665 242
#219 —
512—01.3 Saccharine . 599 72
5) 2—O1.9 Other Organic Chemicals 26.947 3.789
*2) 205 —
d21—01 Mineral Tar etc. . 3.085 370
532—O1 Dycing and Tanning E xtracts ete. 2.080 250
533— 01.1 Blue Laundry 6.754 1.017
533—03.1 Wood Preservatives 12.920 L5at
FISD —_
a3 4 All Other Prepared Paints, Enamels etc. 24.49) 2.980
650* —
541—O1 Medicinal and Pharmaceutical Products 465.775 5OLGL
FLOL-LO0 —
551—01. 02 Essential Oils. Perfume and Flavour Materials 4.274 61l
552—O1 Bay Rum and Similar Preparations 46.206 6.403
552—O1.9 Other Perfumer v. Cosmetics etc.. except Soaps 215.745 25,277
552—O02.2 Toilet Soaps . 95,219 11.585
552—02..6 Cleansing Pr eparations w Without: Soap (Dete rvents) 39,534 Tid
*213 —
3H2—03 Waxes and Polishes 39,107 4.797
¥*IS9 —
591T—OL | Loaded Cartridges L180 }42
#745 —-
59L—OL.2 Lead Shot. Buck Shot. and Bullets S05 7
59I—OL.3 Dynamite 6.312 ry)
4 Other Explosives . 13.648 1.643
591—ov2 Fuses, Primers and De tonators 3.153 378
591—03 Fireworks 5.204 918
|99—O1 Svuthetic Plastic Materials PD? P+ P.sl4
*260 —
599—02 Insecticides. Fungicides ete. 66.070 8.308
*IS.893 —_
2 Other Chemical Products N.E.S. 38.953 G58
#2373 —_
611—01 Leather 49.557 677
612—0O1.1 Machine Leather. ‘Belting ete. 6.320 Tas
#229 —
612—01.2 Saddlery and Harness ... 3.816 158
#323 —
612—OL.3 Leather Manufactures N.E.S. 5.683 682
. *263, —_
621—01 Rubber, Pastes, Plates, Sheets etc. 9.620 1503
*326 —-
629—O1.2 Outer Casings for Motor Cars 121.269 16.16]
#59 —
629—01..3 Outer Casings for Trucks. Buses etc. 195.890 MEAD
629—O1.4.01] Outer Casings for Motorcycles ete. 3.188 d28

Â¥* Free



of Duty for Special Purposes.







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16. STATEMENT OF ALL GOODS SUBJECT TO AD VALOREM RATES OF DUTY ENTERED

a

FOR HOME CONSUMPTION DURING

THE YEAR 1954—(Continued)





S.E.T.C. Value Duty and
No. COMMODITY C.1.F. Surtax Col-
SBW.T. lectible
5
629—01 4.02] Outer Casings for Bicycles 38.978 4.871
629—01 .5 Outer Casings for other Vehicles 456 56
629—01.6 Inner Tubes for Motor Cars 11.429 1.413
7 —
629— 01.7 Inner Tubes for Trucks, Buses ete. 10.486 1.5038
629—O1.8.01L! Inner Tubes for Motorcycles etc. 600 86
629-—01.8.02] Inner Tubes for Bicycles a 15.822 1,998
629—01.9 Inner Tubes for Other Bicycles 91 11
629—02 Rubber Manufactures N.ELS. ... 76.112 12,323
*2 774 —
631—O1 Veneers. Plywood Boards ete. 20117 3,611
FLOT
632—O1 Boxes. Cases and Crates 13.73] 3.265
FL5I —_—
632—02 Cooperage Products 47.955 10,422
*O7Y —_—
632—03 .1 Builders Woodwork 7.451 L016
632—03..3 Beadings and Mouldings a 3.221 452
632—03 .9 Manufactures of Wood N.E.S. 51.799 10.943
RTO —
633—01.2 Cork Materials for Building 11.109 2.570
*) 647 —
633—01.3 Bottle Corks —... 10.013 1.474
633—01.4 Cork Manufactures N. E. S. i 4$7.922 5.750
641—04 Papers and Paperboards N.E. S. 146.206 27,574
#9) 368 _
642—O1 .2 Cardboard Boxes ete. ... 152.213 22.776
642—02 Paper Manufactures N.E.S. 144.742 18.533
*12.251 —
651—O01 Silk Thread Ll2 13
*86 —_
651—02 Yarn of Wool and Hair 8.508 1,021
651—03 Cotton Yarn T7827 5,907
FAST —_
651—04 Cotton Thread ... 7 105,172 13,554
651—07 Yarn of Textile Fibres N. K.S. 4.574 548
652—901.1 Cotton Piece Goods 943.378 127.680
*12.261 —_
652—O1 .2 Other Cotton Fabrics ... 40.002 5,622
*L O46 —
653—O01 Silk Fabrics wee . 6.033 912
653—02 Woollen and Worsted Fabrics _ 244.215 29,513
*7 641 —
653—03.1 Linen Fabrics 26.782 3284
#75 _
653—05 Fabrics of Synthetic Fibres and Spun Glass 1.244.547 200,822
653—09 Fabrics N.E.S. . wee wae . 5.615 674
654—O1 Tulle Lace, Embroidery, etc. ... 35.902 4.817
*417 —_
655—01 Special Textile Fabrics 39,995 5,281
655 1 Twines 19.662 2.419
655—06..3 Manufactures of Cor dage N. E. S. 147 18
*1S _
655—09 Special Products of Textile Materials N.E.S. 05,178 3,294
*11,853
656—02 Made up Articles of Textile Materials N.E.S. 167,187 23,200
*4 473 _









*Free of Duty for Special Purposes.



















16. STATEMENT OF ALL GOODS SUBJECT TO AD VALOREM RATES OF DUTY

13

HOME CONSUMPTION

FOR HOME CONSUMPTION DURING THE YEAR 1954—(Continucd)





ENTERED

















Value Duty and
S.1.T.C. ComMonprry CULLF. Surtax
No. § BW. Jollectible
5
657—O1 Floor Coverings and Tapestries 32.584 4.091
#40) —
657—O4 Linoleum and Similar Products 37.083 5.136
661—01 Lime ee - vee ee a Le S498 1.020
661—03 Building Materials of Non-Metallic Minerals NES. 91.100 11.162
*S 035 os
662—OL.3 Other Refractory Construction Materials 3.192 3L6
#PQ —
663—OL Mineral Manufactures N.ELS. ... 37 172 5A
Â¥S6]
664—O01 Glass in Shects ete. HG.S8L0 4.71]
FE4 —
665—O1 Bottles 493.508 84.865
*49 —
665—02 Glass Tableware etc. 60.669 i147
#130 —-
665—09 Articles of Glass N.E.S. 11,545 1.358
¥*1 306 —
666—01 China. Porcelain ete. 106,198 12,074
*523 —
671—O1 Silver and Platinum 86 I!
673—O1 Jewellery ete. 2LS1O 3,260
673—02 Imitation Jewellery 15.077 3.238
681—O4 Joists Girders. Angles ete. 129,709 15.769
*73 —
681—05 Plates and Sheets uncoated 50493 6.059
681—06 Hoop and Strip we 6.209 1.39-4
681—07 Plates and Sheets Coated 354.686 43.316
*) 149 —
681—12 Wire Rods and Wire 1,103 138
*1 635 _
681—13 Pipes. Tubes and Fittings 142,694 | 19.843
*81.837
681—15 Castings and Forgings ... 1.096 132
*615 —
682-—OL Copper 22.956 DSi4
#9 388 —
683—01 Nickel 264 30
684—O1 Aluminium 27.437 3.865
#8
685—01 Lead 8.622 1.056
*24.353 a
686—-01 Zinc 7.383 S86
687—01 Tin 7,467 896
*4 672 —_
689-——0? Non-Ferrous Base Metals 336 41
691—02.2 Sporting Firearms 891 l4
691—03 Ammunition 1.732 ae
FS O89 _—
699—01 Finished Structural Parts of Iron and Steel 157.012 19,142
#50409 —_
699—02 Finished Structural Parts of Aluminium 4.807 $833
¥4 197 —
699—03 Wire Cables, Ropes ete. 4,075 655
*Q() —_—









*Free of Duty for Special Purposes.



14

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16, STATEMENT OF ALL GOODS SUBJECT TO AID VALOREM RATES OF DUTY ENTERED
FOR HOME CONSUMPTION DURING THE YEAR 1954—(Continued)



















Value Duty and
S.LT.C. COMMODITY C.F. Surtax
No, $ B.W.T. Collectible
$
699—05 Wire Netting, Wire Fencing ete. 73.606 9,293
| *2 910 —
§99—07 Nails. Bolts. Nuts. ete. 71341 9,451
*1L 13 —_
699—O08 | Needles and Pins 6.520 914
699—11 | Safes etc. 10.631 1,169
*978 —
699—12.9 Other Tools 53.992 7.065
*1 697
699—13 Household Utensils of Tron and Steel ISt.247 23,341
*OTS —_
699—16 Cutlery ABAAS 8.149
G7 —
690—18 Hardware of Metal 74.363 10.982
*1G2 —
699—2) | Manufactures of Metals N.E.S. 634.404 S4.572
¥*ET290 —
711—Ol Power Generating Machinery ... 30.764 4.862
*131 624 —
712—O1 Agricultural Machinery ete. 7.346 1.121
873 —_
713—01.1 Tractors other than Steam 47 566 5.708
*5.606 —
713—01.2 Tractor Parts... 22,269 3.641
71401 Office Machinery 99,007 17.512
*11.677 —_—
715—0] Metal Working Machinery 20.087 2.948
716—01 Pumps for Liquids 70.523 13.385
*22 154 —
716—038 Conveying, Hoisting etc. Machinery ... 30.374 3.760
*26,581
716—04 Woodworking Machinery 529 86
716—07 Bookbinding Machinery 1.089 130
716—08 Textile Machinery . vee ee cee 228 57
716—12 Air Conditioning and Refrigerating Equipment 34,429 4.82.
*17.561 —
716—13.9 Other Machinery and Appliances 225.038 30,364
*15,192 —
T16—l4 Machine Parts and Accessories N.ES. 19,131 2,450
*1.943 —
721—O1 lectric Generators, Motors etc. 34.538 4,625
*39,530 —
721—02 Electric Batteries 18.453 2,206
#1826 —
721—03 Electric Bulbs 38.655 5.546
*1 550 —
721— 04.2 Radio Receivers ete. ... 93.027 14.77]
721—04.9 Other Radio Apparatus etc. 57.988 6,989
*103.244 —
721—05 Electrical Machinery, Apparatus N.E.S. 384.028 44,034
*327,115 —
732—01 Motor Cars 836.314 114,138
*9.903 —
732—02 Motorcycles 48,730 5.848
*036 —
732— 03 Trucks Lorries, Vans, Buses 316.213 42,564





*22.632





*Free of Duty for Special Purposes.



15

HOME CONSUMPTION

16. STATEMENT OF ALL GOODS SUBJECT TO AD VALOREM RATES OF DUTY ENTERED
FOR HOME CONSUMPTION DURING THE YEAR 1954—(Continued)













Value Duty and
S.1.T.C. COMMODITY C.F. Surtax Col-
No. 5 B.W.I. lectible
732—06 Parts for Road Motor Vehicles 322.633 47,049
*138 —
732—07 Motoreycles Parts 2,754 330
733—O1 Bicyvcles—not motor 81.190 9,743
7338—02 Bicycle Parts vee Le 44.081 5.290
733—09 Other Road Vehicles and parts 37.578 4.573
*G28 —
734—01 Aireraft 98 12
*1 945 —
735—O1 Ships and Boats NvELS. 3.037 £99
811—Ol Prefabricated Buildings 16.19] 1,943
812—01 Contral Heating Apparatus 2.139 257
*1I3 —
812—02 Sinks, Washbasins. Bidets .ete. 72.342 8.529
*L TOR a
8l2—04t.] Oil Lamp Chimneys ete. oe 36.28] 6.764
812--04.2 | All Other Lighting Fixtures ete. 42.614 7,876
*47 —
821—01 Wood Furniture 39.130 6.738
OTL —
821—02 Metal Furniture 105.500 12.022
*1S.717 —
821—09 Furniture and Fixtures N.ELS. 18.654 2,284
831—Ol1.1 Travel Goods 45,72] 7105
*1 O14 —
831—O1.2 Handbays, Wallets. Purses etc. 21,942 2.783
841—02 Apparel 597.942 83,217
*4.661 —
841—06 Leather Clothing 7.653 997
*LILO —
s841—08 Hats and Caps... 69.949 8.936
*1.650 —
841—12 Clothing N.ELS. 68.507 9,758
*959 —
851—02 Footwear Wholly or Mainly of Leather 806,733 119.093
*5,027 —
851—08 Rubber Footwear ete. 184.791 28.991
*750) —_—
861—01 Scientific Instruments 3.210 6.393
*O5 S39 —
862—0] Photographic Supplies 9.403 1476
*1 1.025
864— 01 Watches and Clocks 61.664 13.571
*118 a
891—O1 .1 Gramophones and Records 43.715 6.426
*67 —
891-01 .2 Pianos and organs 11.241 1.373
*436 —
$91—01.3 Musical Instruments N.E.S. 3.098 580
*933 _
892—03.2 All other Printed Matter 74,209 9,146
*15.767 —_
899-—03 Umbrellas, walking sticks ete. 59.051 9.827
899—08 Refrigerators and Parts 188.086 28.014
*193 —_
899—I1 Plastic articles ... 15,098 2,076
899-—12 Basketware etc. 1.870 224
*213 —





*Free of Duty for Special Purposes.









16
HOME CONSUMPTION

16. STATEMENT OF ALL GOODS SUBJECT TO AD VALOREM RATES OF DUTY ENTERED
FOR HOME CONSUMPTION DURING THE YEAR 1954—(Coneluded)







Value | Duty and
S.I.T.C. CoMMODITY C.LF. Surtax

No. § BWI. Collectible
$

899—13 Brooms and Brushes... vee vee ves tes vee ves 61.625 Td41
*270 —

899—14 Sports Goods ete. _ wee wee wee bee wee wes 83.355 12.468
¥*187 —

899—16 Office Supplies n.es. ... wee wee wee ce wee wee 43,862 6,997
#4495 —

899—18 Manufactured articles nies... wee wee wee we we 116.050 16,321
¥*G18 —

911—Ol Parcel Post was _ wee wee wee tee bes bes 2.017.070 299,590

931—01.1 Goods returned ... a i ves Lee on wee 4.452 694

931—01 .2 Personal Effects Lee wee wee wee wes ves a 43.501 10.486

931—01 ..3 Other Special Cases... i vee - vee Lee — 2542

TOTAL ... ves a vee wee wes wee a 2.508.567



*Free of Duty for Special Purposes.



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19
EXCISE
STILLS
19. There were ten (10) licensed stills in operation during the year namely :—
Nos. 60, 62, 67 and 72 West India Rum Refinery Ltd.. Black Rock. St. Michael. District “A”.
Nos. 63, 64, 65 and 66 Fairfield and Mount Gav Company Ltd... Mount Gay. St. Lucey. Distriet “E”.

Nos. 58 and 68 Barbados Distilleries Ltd.. Black Rock, St. Michael. District “A™.

REVENUE

Excise Duty
20, The Excise Duty collected on Rum in the year 1954 amounted to $1.456.763 as against STAT9A9I
in 1953 an increase of $37.272.

Distillers’ License
21. The Distillers’ License amounted to $61.449 as against 850.802 an increase of 810.647,

Total Revenue
22. "The total Revenue from Rum made in the Island during the year was S1.518.212 as compared with
$1,470,293 in the previous year, an increase of 547.919.

The following Statement shows the Revenue collected on Rum made in the Island during the years
1950—1954.





Heaps 1950 195] 1952 1953 1954
$ $ 5 $s 5
Excise Duty wee wee tee wee 932,364 990,092 1.050.471 1.419,491 1.456.763
Distiller’s License wee i Lee 47,486 66,918 45,229 50,802 61 A49
License Duty... _ wee wee 22,022 23.384 18.116 — —
TOTALS vee - - wee 1,001,872 1,080,394 1,113,816 1,470,293 1,518.212





RUM MANUFACTURED

23. The quantity of Rum made during the year was 1,762,360 proof wine gallons being 172,004 gallons
more than in 1953.

The following Statement shows the quantity of Rum made during the years 1950—1 954.



1950 1951 1952 1953 1954



Proof Wine Gallons —... vee ves 1.153.937 1.775.624 1,722,868 1.590.356 1,762,360





DISTRIBUTION OF RUM

Duty Paid Rum .

24. The Rum duty paid for Home Consumption ea the Government Spirit Bonds was 72,651 proof
wine gallons and ex Distilleries 300,900 gallons making a total of 373.551 proof wine gallons, an increase of 9,421
proof wine gallons as compared with the year 1953.

Exported
25. The Rum exported was 846,358 proof wine gallons and the amount for Ships’ Stores 7,429 gallons
making a total of 853.607 proof wine gallons, an increase of 168.984 proof wine gallons as compared with 1935.



Daty Free Ruin

20

26. Methyleted Spirits manufactured at the Distillerics amounted to 12.342 proof wine gallons being

1.896 gallons more than in 1953.

Rum for Articles requiring Rum in their Manufacture or Preparation

1,823 proof wine gallons were permitted free for the use of the Government.

27. 3,236 proof wine gallons were used during the year as against 4.071 in 1953. a decrease of 835

gallons.

28. The following Statement shows the distribution of Rum during the years 1950—L954.



Proof Wine

Proof Wine

Proof Wine

Proof Wine

Proof Wine



HEADS Gallons Gallons Gallons Gallons Gallons
1950 195] 1952 1953 1954
Distilleries—Home Consumption 151.300 161.741 139.027 236.390 300,900
Bond—Home Consumption 215.768 228.061 236,525 127.740 72,651
Bonded LOLS. 742 L.450.S08 1.003.607 1.097.330 1.216.908
Government . 2.029 L.S28 1.763 Eslt 1.823
Methylated Spirits 6.688 7.966 8.386 10.4455 12.342

Exported

For Articles requiring Rum in their

manufacture or preparation
Ships’ Stores



903.515

S413
38.596



L3871932

10.710

7.052



TSU

79-49
6.132





Rum in Bond

678.69]

4.0714
5.932



S46.358

3.236
7.249

29. The Stock of Rum in Bond and at the Distilleries on the 3lst December, L954 was 1.916.102 proof
wine gallons. In 1953 it was 1,725,828 proof wine gallons an increase of 190.273 proof wine gallons,

NUMBER OF ENTRIES PASSED BY THE CLERICAL STAFF FOR IMPORTS, EXPORTS AND EXCISE

30. The following statement shows the number of each different kind of et

of the Long Room for the three years 19521954.

itry passed by the Staff













1952 1953 1954

Entries passed through Cash Book 41.226 £0,212 41.883
Import Warehouse Entries 2,312 2.391 2.481
Export Warehouse Entries 8,643 8.268 9.643
Export Free Entries 8.782 9.415 8,917
Excise Warehouse Entries 14,800 15,973 19,532
Excise Duty Entries 499 418 262
Transhipment Entries 632 872 1,084

LEGISLATION
31. The following Acts affecting the Customs department were passed during the year 1954:—

The Customs Tariff (Amendment) Act 1954—6.
The Esso Stendard OSA. (Petroleum Qil Storase Station) Act, 1954—14,
Public wharves (Control) Act, 1954—24.
The Rum Dutv (Amendment) Act, 1954-—39,

The Customs Tariff (Amendment) Act. 1954 No, 2—42.

32. (i) There were 35 breaches of the Trade Act, detected durin

emounthis tu $51.60.

BREACHES OF THE TRADE ACT

g the year 1954 and fines imposed

(ii) During the year under review auction sales of goods seized and forfeited realised $804.31. Want
of entry goods verve also s ld at vuction and realised $608.04.





21

LICENSED PRIVATE WAREHOUSES

33. At the end of the vear 1954. there were in existence 54 licensed private warehouses. an increase of
1 as compared with the figure for the previous year.

PIONEER INDUSTRIES

34. During the vear 195+. 2 additional industries were declared to be pioneer industries, These include
the Canning of Fish and fish products and the manufacture of oxygen, hydrogen, gaseous compounds of carbon,
acetylene and other gases. The total number of industries declared under the pioneer Industries (encourage-
ment) Act, 1951 at the end of the year 1954 was 15.

Two new manufacturers were declared to be pioneer manufacturers.
The total number of pioneer manufacturers at the ond of the vear L954 was Th.
MERCHANT SHIPPING

35. (i) The Comptroller of Customs performs certain duties and responsibilities under the Merchant
Shipping Act. IS9-+4-.

(ii) During the year 1954, 2 vessels were registered locally.

(iii) At the end of the vcar there were on the register 25 vessels of which 9 of a total net tonnage of
837 tons were sailing vessels and 16 of a total net tonnage of 2.119 tons were steam or motor driven.

PERSONNEL

36. The approved establishment for the department was 98 incluidng 48 Officers, | Secretary. 1
Female Searcher, 26 Guards, 14 Porters and in addition 6 Temporary Clerks and 2 Messengers.

37. Promotions of various members of the staff included the following :—

Mr. C. D. Evelwn, Supervisor to Comptroller.

Mr. C. E. King. Supervisor to Assistant Comptroller.

Messrs. V. B. A. Fields and G. A. Ashby. Assistant Supervisors to Supervisors.

Messrs. H. §. Eastmond. P. N. Green and L. C. Donovan, Long Grade Clerks to Assistant Super-
visors.

Messrs N. W. Marshall and G. L. Austin, Temporary Clerks to Long Grade Clerks.

38. Mr. G. F. Barker was still on secondment to the Public Works Department.

39. Messrs. RB. W. B. Belt, Comptroller of Customs and H. 8. Sainsbury, Assistant Comptroller of
Customs retired from the Service on 29th October. 1954 and 24th December, 1954 respectively. Messrs. S.
Watts, Porter and W. St.C. Browne. Messenger. also retired on 23rd October, 1954 and 4th November, 1954
respectively.

40. ‘The Staff performed their duties willingly and on the whole efficiently and I desire to record my
appreciation of their co-operation.

I also wish to place on record my appreciation of the assistance and co-operation given by the Com-
missioner of Police and his Officers in the detection of offences and the prosecution of offenders against the Customs
and Excise Laws.

C. D. EVELYN,
Comptroller of Customs.



22
REVIEW OF THE YEAR'S TRADE

Balance of Visible Trade
During the vear 1954 the Colony showed an unfavourable trade balance of $8.323,446. Total Tmports
amounted to $48.763.353 and Total Exports to $40.439,907.

The following table shows the visible trade balances of the Colony for the vears 1950 to 1954. The
Imports include parcel post but exelude Bullion and Coin and intransit trade. The exports include Ships’ Stores
and bunkers but do not include parcel post. for which no figures are available. bullion and coin and intransit
trade.

BALANCE OF VISIBLE TRADE IN 0008 B.W.I.












1950 | 1951 1952 | 1953 1954
Imports wee wes i i 38 717 5L.SY4 54, 194 45,524 45,763
Domestic Exports a . wee 25.924 32.952 36,900 38.150 37.300
Re-ex ports wee ves ves or 1.719 2512 3.050 2,986 2.885
Total Exports ... cee eee a 27,643 35.464 39,950 ALI36 40,440
Balance of Visible Trade — ... wee — — — — a

TL.74 16.430 | [4.244 4.385 8,323
Lmports

The total value of goods imported during 1954 was $48,763,353 (ineluding imports by parecl post of
$2,031,618), The total value of goods imported for home consumption during 1954 was $47,150,428 and for
1953 $42,256,156,

Comparing 1954 with 1953, the most significant changes occurred in the following items :—

















Increases
Unit Quantity Value
$

Meat, all kinds... wee wes vee wee wee wee - Ib. 2.622.681 1,176,711
Butter wee an wee vee wee we 7 Ib. 353,325 301,440
Fertilizers we ae ves wee wee - ee — ton 3,316 295.319
Paper. paperboard and Manufactures thereof vee wee — — 266,591
Fish, all kinds wee wes wes aes a we es wee — — 227,792
Motor Trucks and Vans ... Lee Lee wee Lee Lee a No, 64 186,162
Animal Feeding stuff... wee Lee vee - ee ves Ib. 2,608. S40 179.063
Paints and Colours _ see a eee ee vee wes Ib. 407.300 165,888
Apparel, all kinds wee _ i one wee a _ — — 133,410
Tea wee see oe we er a we Ib. T9837 124.913
Glass Bottles _ wee oe wee wee wee _ ee — “> 115.344
Tyres and Tubes for Motor Cars, Trucks and Vans ... . wee — — 115,259
Cheese wee wee i - wee a wee Ib. 216,243 114,912
Cement ee vas vee we see wee - .» | bris. of

400 Ibs. 12.134 107,748
Decreases
~ eee

Unit Quantity Value
$

Nuts, edible other than coconuts wee wee wee wes — — 1,399,361
Rice wee we a we dee wee wee a lb. 5,568.158 610,997
Cotton Piece Goods wee ves wes tee eee ves «» | Sq. yd. 386,710 251,484













23

A detailed list of all Commodities imported during 195-4 is given in Table 8 of the Statistical Appendix.

Distribution of Trade
Table 3 of the Statistical Appendix vives details of the trade recorded with the principal Countries and
Currency areas jor the vears 1949 to 1954.

The following is a Summary of the percentage distribution according to Currency Areas tor the vears
1952 to 1954.







TMPORTS FROM EACH AREA | EXPoRTS TO EACH AREA







Crrrency AREA -

1952 1953 1954 1952 1953 1954.

aon °5 san ar 8% %o

Sterling Area... vee ves Lee i Lee 64.5 62.6 61.3 62.0 85.8 70.7
U.S.A. and Canada... wes vee Lee vee 2B.4 P40 Pts 36.6 2.9 PTS
Other American Account Countries ... Lee Lee 07 1.3 1.5 0.0 | O.1
Non-dollar W.H. Countries 1.7 1.3 1.6 a — —
O.ELE.C.Countries wes wes vee Lee Lee 7.7 SoS Q.5 0.9 0.6 O.9
Rest of the World wee wee wee wee Lee 2.0 2.0 1.3 — 7 —
Torau ALL CuuwNTRIES ... ne Ls we | 100.0 100.0 100.0 99.5 QQ + 99.2
Ships’ Stores and Bunkers... Le — — — 0.5 0.6 0.8















Table 7 of the Statistical Appendix shows the Countries of origin of all Imports and Countries of
Destination of Exports by Vaine distinguishing exports of Domestic Produce and Re-Exports,

Imports

The United Kingdom maintained its position as the leading supplier with 40.1°% of the total value
from all countries. Canada occupied second position with 18.2°,.

Exports of Domestic Produce
The Value of Domestic Produce exported during the yea: 195 was $37,555,051 and in 1953 $38,149,893,
a decrease of $594,842.

The Value of exports of Domestic Produce shipped directly to Countries was $37.528.87-4 and the value
shipped as Stores and Bunkers to Ships and Aircraft was $26.177, The corresponding Values for 1953 were
$38,128.781 and $21.112 respectively.

The United Kingdom was the largest purchaser of the Colony’s Domestic Produce taking 61.2°,, of the
gest ] mm e 0
total value supplied to all countries. Canada occupied second position taking 27.9°,.

Re-exports
The total value of goods re-exported during 1954 was $2.884.856 of which $2.593.089 represented the

value of goods shipped directly to Countries and $291.767 the value of goods supplied as Stores and Bunkers
for ships and aircraft.

A detailed list of all Commodities exported during 1954 distinguishing Domestic and re-exports will
be found in Table 9 of the statistical appendix.









Trade with British Caribbean Territories

24

Details of the trade between the Colony and other British Caribbean territories are given in tables 10
and I} of the Statistical Appendix. The total value of all goods imported from these territories durmg 1954
was $6,801. 484. The total value of the exports was $5.071,557 of which $3,056,343 represents the value of
exports of domestic produce and $2.015.214 the value ef goods re-exported.
values of Tinports and Exports from and to each territory for the years 1953 ancl 1954.



Anguilla
Antigua
Bahamas
British Guiana
British Honduras
Dominica
Grenada
Jamaica.
Montserrat

St. INitts Nevis
St. Lucia

St. Vincent
Tortola
Trinidad
Turks Islands

TOTAL

The following table shows the









Imports ($ C.I.P.) Exports (§ F.O.B.)
1953 1954 1953 1954
— L860 8,190 16.985
9.292 197 297.010 345,383
19.054 55.492 155,994 171.792
2,994.665 2,272.3038 564,283 782,750
44.459 51,197 3054 962
333.594 358 468 516,303 487.321
109,129 113.816 415,827 389.369
184,947 170.020 379,181 26,064
3.433 3.05] 97.419 96.656
43.239 48.236 588.940 501,235
569.421 591.274 422.090 419,070
582.112 646.625 279,961 263,768
301 172 4.22? 4.633
2 248.585 2, 488.773 1.112.649 1,562,896
1.738 oa 5.238 2,673
7,148,964 6.801.484 4.850.961 5,071 557













1.



20

EXPLANATORY NOTES

System of Trade Classification
The Standard International Trade Classification List issued by the United Nations Economic and

Social Council has been adopted for the Classification of all merchandise with effect from Ist January, 1954.

‘6.

System of Trade
The tabulations are prepared on the basis of the “General Trade” of the Colony.

(a) Imports relate to all goods (except transhipment goods) imported into the Country whether
entered for Home Consumption or warehousing or subsequently exported.

(b) Domestic exports relate to woods which are the growth, produce or manufacture of the Colony.

(ec) Re-exports relate to goods which had been imported and subsequently exported (other than
transhipment goods),

{d) Imports by Parcel Post are not classitied and are entered according to value.
(e) Exports by Parcel Post are not recorded,
Quantities and Values
(a) All quantities and values are based upon the declaration of Importers and Exporters which are

subject to verification by Customs Officials.

(b) All values are shown in the British West Indian dollar which is inked to sterling at four shillings
and two pence (4/2d). Imports are valued C.I.F. and exports including re-exports F.O.B.

The C.I.F. Valuation is the open market value of the goods at the time of importation including
insurance and freight.

The F.O.B. Value is the cost of the goods to the purchaser abroad, including all charges up to
the time of the delivery to the exporting ship but not including sea and air freight or marine and

air insurance.

(c) Articles imported into the Country for repair are not valued on importation and only the costs of
repairs (plus any other appropriate charges) are shown on re-exportation.

Articles exported from the Country for repair are not valued on exportation and only the costs of
repairs (plus any other appropriate charges) are shown on re-importation.

Definition of Countries and Areas
(a) Imports are ascribed to the Countries of origin of the goods.

(b) Exports are ascribed to the Country of final destination.
Exclusions

The following items are excluded from the Trade Statistics :—

(a) Gold Coin and bullion, issued Coinage and issued Bank notes.

(b) Goods on lease such as Cinematograph films.

Period Covered
The figures of Imports and Exports represent the totals shown on all Customs Documents brought to

account during the calendar year.

7,

Units of quantity with their abbreviations

Abbreviations Meaning
No. Number
Ton Ton Avoirdupois
Cwt. 112 Ibs. Avoirdupois
Lb. Pound Avoirdupois
Gal. or Gin. Old Wine Gallon
Sq. Yd. Square Yard
Ft. Foot
Cub. Ft. Cubic Foot
Sup Ft. Superficial Foot
Doz. Dozen (12)
Oz. Ounce

Pr. Pair



TOTAL TRADE—1938, 1948 TO 1954.

§ B.W.L.

Table 1,



1938
1948
1949
1950
1951
1952
1953

1954

PERIOD



Imports

(CLE)
9,938. 100
30,461,900
33,91 1.900
38,716,500
51,893.700
54.193.900
45,524,300

48.763 .400



Domestic
Produce
5.848.200
13.310.400
20,923.300
25,924,000
32,952,000
36.900.100
38.149.900

37 555.000

Exports (F.0.B.)



Re- Exports

628.200
1.315.400
1A18.500
1.719, 100
2,512,200
3.050.000
2.986.000

2 884,900



Total

6.476.400
14.625.800
22. 341.800
27.643, 100
35,464.200
39.950, LOO
41,135.900

40,.439.900



Balance of
Visible Trade

3.461.700



—15.836.100
—11.570, 100
—11.073.400
—16.429.500
—14,243.800
—- 4.388.400

—— $,323.500





















Table 2.
TOTAL TRADE
ANALYSIS BY SECTIONS OF THE STANDARD INTERNATIONAL TRADE CLASSIFICATION—1954
S 000 BAW.T,
S.LT.C. Sections
0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9
Manufac-
tured Miscel- Miscel. 4
Goods Machinery Janeous laneous
Crude Mineral Animal | Chemicals | Classified and manufac. transac.
PERIOD Food Beverages (Raw) |fuels. lubri- and (Dves, by Transport tured tions Totals
, and materials | cants and | Vegetable | Pharma- | materials Equipment) articles (Postal
Tobacco lother than! related Oils and ceuticals | (Manutfac- (furniture. | packages.
Fuels materials Fats Fertilizers | tures of Travel live
&e.) wood, of woods. animals
leather. of clothing, &e.)
| glass. &c.)















&e.)



IMPORTS (C.LEF.)







































1954... 15.304.8 | 1257.0 | 3386.8 | 2435.4 | 1,097.7 | 3,901.8 | Lo.030.1 | 5.685.7 | 3301.4 | 2322.7 | 48.7634
EXPORTS OF DOMESTIC PRODUCE (F.0.B.)
.s 2a | yaa x _
1954... 34.769.1 | 2,158.8 1B4.4 i 88.0 198.2 | 103.5 24 99.3 1.3 | 37.555.0
RE-EX PORTS (F.0.B.)
1954 361.4 120.3 4.6 166.5 15.3 293.0 | 1.255











°| 431.4 | 226.0 | IL .4

| 2sst.9



LG









29
Table 3 DIRECTION OF TRADE—1949—1954

ANALYSIS BY CURRENCY AREAS AND PRINCIPAL COUNTRIES WITHIN AREAS AND DISTINGUISHING COMMONWEALTH COUNTRIES FROM FOREIGN COUNTRIES
$ BWI





































___iwrorrs CIF) —“‘“CO;OC‘*L#COOO#O#U#O#w#wW © Wom ‘Exports (F.0.B.) OOS
AREA AND COUNTRY | AREA AND CouNTRY
1949 1950 ; 1951 1952 1953 1954. 1949 1950 1951 1952 "1953 | 4954.
COMMONWEALTH COUNTRIES COMMONWEALTH COUNTRIES
Commonwealth Countries within Commonwealth Countries within
the Sterling Area the Sterling Area
United Kingdom 13,800,253 |18,033,142 [23,554,540 |21,927,006 |18,555,632 |19,529,448 {10,555,717 {11,420,418 {13,996,970 19,751,372 |30,256,310 |23,296,906 United Kingdom
Australia 882,555 | 1,280,978 | 1,602,288 919,835 396,494 “414. ,629 12 — — na 376 864 Australia -
New Zealand 71,877 288,506 219,319 | 1,358,319 823,801 | 1,510,901 at inne 84,174 5 27 New Zealand
Bermuda 548 797 18,554 13,813 24.195 24,580 74,236 61,879 134,011 126,215 185,630 213,541 Bermuda
British Guiana 1,498,523 | 1,874,774 | 1,820,893, | 2,498,945 | 2,994,665 | 2,272,303 364,313 313,221 483,136 512,851 564,283 | 732,750 British Guiana
India 1,041,894 648,492 | 1,095,477 | 1,997,545 596,414 | 459,002 = ae ae aa ees pa! India
Union of South Africa ee 54,402 210,155 | 308,820 442,393 270,520 455,326 — — — 76 471 aah - Union of South Africa
British West Indies ... | 2,620,125 | 3,410,031 | 4,093,531 | 5,281,575 | 4,228,044 | 4,601,612 | 2,113,940 | 2,619,098 | 3,493,288 4,285,016 | 4,283,024 | 4,287,845 British West Indies
Hong Kong sae 142,033 118,307 237,491 110,047 133,687 277,017 — — — 2 — =e Hong Kong
Other Gee Aeenleh Countries Other Commonwealth Countries
within the Sterling Area 203,179 | 397,113 ; 464,755 | 308,336 | 388,942 | 147,189] — 122 3,402 5,943 5,292 | 1,542 | within the Sterling Area
Commonwealth Countries outside Commonwealth Countries out-
the Sterling Area side the Sterling Area
Canada : 7,287,117 | 5,588,959 | 8,374,894 | 8,199,569 | 7,659,305 | 8,875,341 | 8,643,852 |12,286,268 15,979,592 14,398,602 | 4,353,085 |10,490,499 Canada
TOTAL ALL COMMONWEALTH ToTaL ALL COMMONWEALTH
CouNTRIES . [27,602,506 /31,851,254 |41,790,562 [43,057,383 [36,071,699 |38,567,348 |21,752,070 |26,701,006 |34,090.399 39,164,251 |39,648,498 ee COUNTRIES
Toran Sreruinc AREA... |20,347,553 /26,333,003 [33,484,922 [34,972,842 |28,470,615 |29,897,682 |13,108,218 |14,414,738 |18,110,807 |24,765,649 [35,295,413 |28,583.448 | Toran Srmrnme AREA
Total NortH AMERICA Toran Norts America (Canada
(CanaDA AND U.S.A.) 11,527,672 | 8,162,782 |11,209,771 |12,681,903 |10,942,701 |12,102,163 | 8,914,910 [12,933,661 |16,830,762 |14,632,683 | 5,285,337 {11,134,272 and U.S.A.)
FOREIGN COUNTRIES FOREIGN COUNTRIES
Foreign Countries within the Foreign Countries within the
Sterling Area... 32,164 70,708 69,254 | 115,028 58,221 | 205,675 |. — — — — — _ Sterling Area
United States of America . 4,240,555 | 2,573,823 | 2,834,877 | 4,482,334 | 3,283,396 | 3,226,822 271,058 647,393 851,170 234,081 932,252 | 643,773 United States of America
Other American Account Countries Other American Account Countries
Venezuela a 321,438 313,146 556,346 328,399 573,557 | 567,184 5,254 6,369 3,509 2,674 | 29,321 8,478 Venezuela
Other Countries 18,674. 639 8,123 77,262 5,369 169,136 101,215 18,718 10,176 | . 9,621 35,173 50,549 Other Countries
TOTAL OTHER AMERICAN TOTAL OTHER AMERICAN ACCOUNT
Account CouUNTRIES 340,112 313,785 564,469 405,661 578,926 | 736,320 106,469 25,087 13,685 12,295 64,494 59,027 CoUNTRIES
Non-Doliar Western Hemisphere Non-Dollar Western Hemisphere
Countries Countries
Argentina 348,029 586,864 762,722 408,685 490,112 | 675,608 — — — —_— — — Argentina
Other Countries 245,900 407,884 199,173 493,636 113,541 91,639 ais _ 1,170 — — = Other Countries
TovTaL NON—DOLLAR WastErn TOTAL NON-DOLLAR WESTERN
HEMISPHERE COUNTRIES 593,929 994,748 | 961,895 902,321 603,653 767,247 — — 1,170 — — — HEMISPHERE COUNTRIES
O.E.E.C. Countries and Possessions O.E.E.C. Countries and Possessions
(excluding United Kingdom) (excluding United Kingdom)
Belgium—Luxembourg and 3 : Belgium—Luxembourg and
Possessions 211,375 222,975 894,019 387,188 42,507 35,467 = — 14,338 — 5,671 76 Possessions
Sweden 61,459 160,993 306,930 174,067 117,122 166,639 — — — — — 20,012 Sweden
Norway 49,198 58,034 109,884. 120,711 352,772 | 678,605 — — — —_— — — _ Norway
Germany (Western) 50,603 316,870 965,638 733,504 346.110 | 1,082,518 12,917 6 1,235 5,242 2,490 16,709 Germany (Western)
France and Possessions 56,245 543,759 489,158 138,602 191,274 180,746 13,241 5,220 96,711 128,090 82,381 96,846 | . France and Possessions
Netherlands and Possessions 327,574 | 910,518 | 1,622,712 | 2,111,604 | 1,575,859 | 1,805,174 | 56,195 | 156,583 | 218,970 | 204,643 | 160,442 | 170,831 Netherlands and Possessions
Portugal and Possessions ... 51,295 45,441 102,750 63,566 349,158 | 121,564 — 494 —_ = — — Portugal and Possessions
Other O.E.E.C. Countries . at 171,359 396,794 581,940 413,799 | 1,023,708 | 560,758 — — 38 13 3,473 40,742 Other 0.E.E.C. Countries
Total O.E.E.C. CouNTRIES 979,108 | 2,655,384 | 5,028,031 | 4,143,041 | 3,998,510 | 4,631,471 82,353 162,303 331,292 337,988 254,457 |* 345,216 ToraL O.E.E.C. Countries
Rest of World ; Rest of World
Czechoslovakia 21,779 86,012 150,219 83,072 46,029 90,911 = — aa ome = — Czechoslovakia
Japan 76,465 146,158 420,223 255,010 44,205 | 328,069 — — — = —_— — Japan
Spain and Possessions 4,900 8,993 17,445 | 663,548 | 741,526 32,685 _ — — — — — Spain and Possessions
Other Countries 20,425 15,667 56,742 86,520 98,170 176,805 — aaa 50; — eal aml Other Countries
TotaL REST OF Wortp 123,569 256,830 644,629 | 1,088,150 929,930 | 628,470 — = 50 = ais = ToraL Rest or WoRLD
ToraL ALL ForEien Countrizs} 6,309,437 | 6,865,278 |10,103,155 |11,136,535 | 9,452,636 |10,196,005 | 459,880 | 834,783 | 1,197,367 | 584,364 | 1,251,203 | 1,048,016 Tora aLL Fornien CouNnTRIES
ToTaL ALL COUNTRIES . (383,911,943 |38,716,532 51 893, 717 |54,193,918 |45,524,335 |48,763,353 |22,211,950 |27,535,789 |35,287,766 [39,748,615 |40,899,701 |40,121,963 TOTAL ALL COUNTRIES
Ships’ Stores and Bunkers — — — aos a — 129,825 107,293 176,400 201,447 236,200 | 317,944 Ships’ Stores and Bunkers



Granp Tora _ 183,911,943 138,716,532 151,893,717 154,193,918 145,524,335 /48,763,353 122,341,775 |27,643,082 135,464,166 139,950,062 141,135,901 |40,439,907 |__ Granp Tora








DIRECTION OF TRADE — 1954—UContinued.
Table 4a.—Continued.

ANALYSIS BY CURRENCY AREAS AND PRINCIPAL COUNTRIES WITHIN AREAS ANID BY SECTIONS OF THE S.L-T.C.



















$ B.W.I.
IMPORTS (C.LF.)—Continued.
SECTIONS OF THE S.1.T.C.
AREA OR CoUNTRY 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 TotaL ALL
SECTIONS
Crude Mineral Animal and
Beverages | Materials Fuels, Vegetable Manufac- | Machinery | Miscellaneous
Food and inedible Lubricants Oils and Chemicals tured and Manufactured | Miscellaneous
Tobaceo except and related Fats Goods Transport Articles Transactions
Fuels Materials quipment
Commonwealth
Countries Outside
the Sterling Area
Canada wee wee 5,781,490 316,235 1,198,629 230 7,542 151,195 753.384 TS8+4.236 347.890 134.210 S.875.344
TOTAL ALL
COMMONWEALTH
COUNTRIES ... | 11,706,906 1,018,206 2,992,840 1,701,206 443,843 3,259,083 8.440.870 4.344.611 2,751 B24 1,908,509 38,567 348
Total STERLING
AREA wes wee 6,123,046 708,132 1,794,211 1,700,976 436,001 3.107,838 7,687,486 4.160.375 2 405.318 1.774.299 29,.897.682
Tota NortH
AMERICA (Canada
and U.8.A.) _ 6,567,610 321,517 1,416,167 167,222 103,619 235,893 1.217.851 1.182.747 o84.844 354,693 12,102.163
FOREIGN COUN-
TRIES
Foreign Countries
within the Sterling
Area wee wee 197,630 6,161 — — — — — — 1,884 — 205,675
United States of
America... vee 786,120 5,282 217,588 166,992 95,777 84,698 464,467 998,511 186,954 220.483 3,226,822









GE





DIRECTION OF TRADE — 1954

Table 4a.

ANALYSIS BY CURRENCY AREAS AND PRINCIPAL COUNTRIES WITHIN AREAS AND BY SECTIONS OF THE 8.1.T.C,























$ BW.
IMPORTS (C.ILF.)
SECTIONS OF THE S.LT.C.
0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 Totat ALL
AREA VR COUNTRY SECTIONS
Crude Mineral Animal and Machinery
Beverages | Materials Fuels, Vegetable Manufac- and Miscellaneous
Food and inedible | Lubricants | Oils and Chemicals tured Transport | Manufactured | Miscellaneous
Tobacco except and related Fats Goods Equipment Articles Transactions
Fuels Materials
COMMONWEALTH
COUNTRIES
Commonwealth
Countries within
the Sterling Area
United Kingdom ... 1.266.363 635.455 L31.707 101.816 74.186 | 2.909.841 6.956.067 4.143.228 L.776.48E 1.534.304 19,529,448
Australia 390.576 3.572 — — 146 3.487 10.098 4.859 1.896 — 414,629
New Zealand 1.510.160 — — — — 74k — — — — 1.510,901
Bermuda 22.497 1,267 —_ — — 487 231 — 98 — 24,580
British Gaiana 1.842.050 — 315.621 — 4.823 78.833 4.935 632 20.989 4.420 2 272,303
India we 73.507 9,262 203 — 11,661 G77 314.649 — 48.983 — 459,002
Union of South
Africa... wee 311.716 15,221 — — —_ 310 108.627 3.403 16,049 — 455,326
British West. Indies 428.512 34.943 1.283.440 1.599.160 345.185 112.662 279.164 6,928 276.043 235.575 | 4.601,612
Hong Kong — — TA7S — — 674 13.720 780 254,365 — 277. O17
Other Common-
wealth Countries
within the Sterling
Area 79,975 2.25] 55,762 — — 126 — 545 8.530 — 147,189













TE



Table 4a.
DIRECTION OF TRADE — 1954—Continued

ANALYSIS BY CURRENCY AREAS AND PRINCIPAL COUNTRIES WITHIN AREAS AND BY SECTIONS OF THE S.LT.C.











8&





$ BWI.
IMPORTS (C.LF.)—Continued
SECTIONS OF THE S8.1.T.C.
0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 Toran ALL
ARBA OR COUNTRY — i - - — - SECTIONS
Crude Mineral | Animal and Machinery
Beverages | Materials Fuels, Veeetable Manufac- and Miscellaneous
Food and inedible Lubricants | Oils and Chemicals tured Transport | Manufactured | Miscellaneous
Tobacco except and related Fats Goods Equipment Articles Transactions
Fuels Materials
Other American
Account Countries
Venezuela... we 154 — 40 566.733 — — — 150 107 — 567.184
Other Countries... — +1 159,517 — — — 3.16) 5.849 568 — 169.136
ToraL Orner
AMERICAN ACCOUNT
COUNTRIES ... wee 154 +1 150.557 566.733 — -—- 3.161 5.999 675 — 726.320
Non-Dollar Western
Hemisphere
Countries
Argentina... eee 674.034 — -—— — 1.574 ee — — — — 875.608
Other Countries 2... 90.365 _ — — — 79 74 — 1.021 — 91.639
ToraL Nonx-DoLLar
WrsteRN HEMIS-
PHERE COUNTRIES 764.399 — — — Lit 79 174 — 1.92] — 107.247

























Table 4a.—Continued.
DIRECTION OF TRADE — 1954—Continued.
ANALYSIS BY CURRENCY AREAS AND PRINCIPAL COUNTRIES WITHIN AREAS AND BY SECTIONS OF THE S.LT.C.























§ BWI.
IMPORTS (C.LF.)—Continued.
SECTIONS OF THE S8.LT.C.
Toran
AREA OR COUNTRY 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 ALL
— _ -- SECTIONS
Crude Mineral Animal and Machinery
Beverages | Materials Fuels, . | Vegetable Manufac- and Miscellaneous
Food and inedible Lubricants Oils and Chemicals tured Transport | Manufactured Miscellaneous
Tobacco except and related Fats Goods Equipment | Articles Transactions
Fuels Materials Articles
O.E.E.C. Countries

and Possessions
(excluding
United Kingdom)
Belgium-Luxem-

bourg and

Possessions ves 5,618 — 595 _— — 1,268 27,648 — 20 318 35,467
Sweden see wee 679 .- — — — — 1,110 135.445 18.028 10,008 1,369 166,639
Norway... wee 170,624 — — — 439,095 — 638.286 — 600 — 678,605
Germany (Western) 4,901 2,401 — — 79,908 469,389 130,287 159,878 168,345 67,409 1,082,518
France and
Possessions wee 4,639 48,467 156 — 5,640 56,751 24,390 6.122 3,843 30,738 180,746
Netherlands and
Possessions wee 1,301,188 148,040 4,137 424 12,745 22,863 158,167 53.093 98,062 6,455 1,805,174
Portugal and
Possessions wee 97,735 2,741 133 — 489 —_ 8,702 — 2.386 9,378 121,564
Other O.E.E.C.
Countries... wee 152,731 14,916 10,792 — 17,115 3.836 193,719 49.385 49,689 68,575 560,758
TotaL O.E.E.C.
COUNTRIES vee 1,738,115 216,565 15,813 424 554,992 555,217 746,644 286,506 332,953 184,242 4,631,471















DIRECTION OF TRADE — 1954—Continued.



Table 4a.— Continued.
ANALYSIS BY CURRENCY AREAS AND PRINCIPAL COUNTRIES WITHIN AREAS AND BY SECTIONS OF THE S.LT.C.



























$ B.W.I.
IMPORTS (C.LF.)—Continued.
SECTIONS OF THE §.1.T.C.
AREA OR COUNTRY
0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9
_ Tora.
ALL
Crude Mineral Animal and Machinery SECTIONS
Beverages | Materials Fuels, Vegetable Manufac- and Miscellaneous
Food and inedible Lubricants Oils and Chemicals tured Transport | Manufactured | Miscellaneous
Tobacco except and related Fats Goods Equipment Articles Transactions
Fuels Materials
Rest of World

Czecho-Slovakia — — — — — 1,372 15.623 — 64,625 9,291 90,911
Japan 230 — — — — — 312,387 62 15,390 — 328,069
Spain and

Possessions 17,208 10,523 a — 437 46 4.445 — — 26 32,685
Other Countries 94,032 193 1,100 — 1,027 1,328 2,825 — 36,616 184. 176,805
TotaL REST OF THE

WorLp 111,470 10,716 1,100 — 1,464 2,746 374,780 62 116,631 9,501 628,470
TotaL ALL For-

EIGN COUNTRIES 3,597,888 238,765 394,008 734,149 653,807 642,740 1,589,226 1.291,078 640.118 414,226 10,196,005
Torat ALL
CoUNTRIES 15,304,794 1,256,971 3,386,848 2,435,355 1,097,650 3.901.773 | 10,030,096 5,635,689 3,391,442 2,322,735 48,763,353

cg







DIRECTION OF TRADE — 1954—Continued.

Table 4b.

ANALYSIS BY CURRENCY AREAS AND PRINCIPAL COUNTRIES WITHIN AREAS AND BY SECTIONS OF THE S.LT.C.



































$ B.W.I.
EXPORTS (F.O.B.)
SECTIONS OF THE 8.1.T.C.
Toran
AREA OR COUNTRY 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 ALL
— SECTIONS
Crude Mineral
Beverages | Materials Fuels, Animal and Mannfac- | Machinery | Miscellaneous
Food and Inedible | Lubricants | Vegetables | Chemicals tured and Manufactured | Miscellaneous wo
Tobaceo except and related | Oils and Goods Transport Articles Transactions D
Fuels Materials Fats Equipment
COMMONWEALTH
COUNTRIES
Commonwealth
Countries within
the Sterling Area
United Kingdom ... | 23,095,505 46,519 36,820 — 760 36,116 32.080 33.482 15.524 100 23.296.906
Australia — Sb4 — — — — — — — 864
Bermuda 4,112 202.188 — —_ — +,953 78 553 1,657 — 213.541
British Guiana 400,757 1,564 220 — 6,204 342.987 11.118 17.524 2.381 782.750
British West Indies 863,447 1,491,888 5.222 12.156 100.612 436,827 T8777 324.692 255,825 10.099 4.287.845
Other Commonwealth
Countries within
the Sterling Area — 1,536 — — —_ — — 6 — — 1.542
Commonwealth
Countries Outside
the Sterling Area
Canada Lee .. | 10,129.380 353.149 48 — 1.494 — 314 791 5.323 a 10,490.499















SEES '’S=SOSIS“

DIRECTION OF TRADE — 1954—Continued.
Table 4b.— Continued.

ANALYSIS BY CURRENCY AREAS AND PRINCIPAL COUNTRIES WITHIN AREAS AND BY SECTIONS OF THE S.1-T.C





















$ BWI.
EXPORTS (F.0.B.)—Continued.
SECTIONS OF THE S.LT.C.
_ | ” a _ — — Toran
AREA OR COUNTRY 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 ALL
SECTIONS
Crude Mineral | Animal and Machinery
Beverages | Materials Fuels, Vegetable Manufac- and Miscellaneous
Food and inedible Lubricants | Oils and Chemicals tured Transport | Manufactured | Miscellaneous
Tobacco except and related Fats Goods Equipment Articles Transactions
Fuels Materials ae
—_ — ~l
Totan ALL
CoMMONWEALTH
CoUNTRIES e+ | 34,493,201 2,097,708 42,310 12,156 102,866 454.100 1,162,536 370,637 295,853 12.580 39,073,947
ToraL STERLING
AREA - w. | 24,363,821 1,744,559 42.262 12,156 101,372 454.100 1,162,222 369,846 290,530 12.580 28,583,448
Toran Norru
AMERICA (Canada
and U.S.A.) .» | 10,723,902 359,538 8,282 — 1,894 — 4.176 24.157 12,323 a 11,134,272
FOREIGN COUN.
TRIES
Foreign Countries
within the Sterling
Area wee
United States of
America ... bee 594,522 6,389 8,234 — 400 — 3,862 23.366 7,000 — 643,773

















Table 4b.— Continued.
DIRECTION OF TRADE — 1954 (Continued)

ANALYSIS BY CURRENCY AREAS AND PRINCIPAL COUNTRIES WITHIN AREAS AND BY SECTIONS OF THE &.LT.C.



























$ B.W.I.
EXPORTS (F.O.B.)—Continued.
SECTIONS OF THE S.1.T.C.
AREA OR COUNTRY 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 TorTau
- - ALL a
SECTIONS ad
Crude Mineral | Animal and Machinery
Beverages | Materials Fuels, Vegetable Manufac- and Miscellaneous
Food and Tnedible | Lubricants | Oils and Chemicals tured Transport. | Manufacture | Miscellancous
Tobacco except and related Fats Goods Equipment Articles Transactions
Fuels Materials

Other American

Account Countries

Venezuela ... rae 3 155 500 — — — 3.677 2.430 1,586 125 8,478

Other Countries... 28,827 10,095 — — — 383 2,355 598 8.291 — 50,549

ToraL ALL OTHER

AMERICAN ACCOUNT

COUNTRIES Le 28.832 10,250 5O0 — a 383 6.032 3,028 9.877 125 59,027
Non-Dollar Western

Hemisphere

Countries

Toran Non-DoLLaR

WeEsTERN HEMmIs-

PHERE COUNTRIES — — — — — — — — — — —















ANALY sIS BY CURRENCY AREAS AND PRINCIPAL COUNTRIES WITHIN AREAS AND BY SECTIONS OF THE S.I-T.C

DIRECTION OF TRADE — 1954 (Continued)

Table 4b.—Continued.



































$ BW.
EXPORTS (F.0.B.)—Continued.
SECTIONS OF THE 8.L-T.C.
Toran
AREA OR COUNTRY 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 ALL
— - SECTIONS
Crude Minerval =| Animal and Machinery
Beverages | Materials Fuels, Vegetable Manutac- and Miscellaneous
Pood and Inedible | Lubricants | Oils and Chemicals tured Transport) | Manufactured | Miscellaneous
Tobacco except and related Fats Goods Equipment Articles Transactions
Fuels Materials
O.E.E.C. Countries

and Possessions
(excluding United
Kingdom)
Belgium-Luxem-

bourg and

Possessions a 76 a — — — -— —_ — — 76
Sweden a — — 19.700 — — — — 342 — — 20.012
Germany (Western) — — 12,000 — — — 787 3.922 — — 16,709
France and
Possessions 4.642 24,769 — 96 — LOT 35.348 23.437 TST — 96,846
Netherlands and
Possessions 826 32.426 14.303 — — L.s02 110.890 L125 4,959 -- 170.831
Other O.E.E.C,.
Countries — — 40,742 — — — — — — aa 40742
Tota, 0.B.E.C.
CoUNTRIES 9.968 57,27] 86.745 96 — 2,810 147,025 28.796 12,496 - 345,216



65





DIRECTION OF TRADE — 1954 (Continued)

Table 4b.—Continued

ANALYSIS BY CURRENCY AREAS AND PRINCIPAL COUNTRIES WITHIN AREAS AND BY SECTIONS OF THE S.LT.C.

TO

AREA OR COUNTRY

EXPORTS (F.O.B.)—Continued.

SECTIONS OF THE 8.1.T.C.



Rest of World
TotraL REST oF
Wor.up

ToTAL ALL FORFIGN
COUNTRIES

ToTAL ALL Coun-
TRIES

Ships’ Stores and
Bunkers ...

GRAND TOTAL



0 1 2 3
Crude Mineral
Beverages | Materials Fuels,

Food and Inedible | Lubricants
Tobacco except and related

Fuels Materials

633,322 73,910 95,479 96
35,126,523 | 2,171,618 137.789 12,252
3,981 107,447 1,237 154.208
35,130,504 | 2,279,065 139.026 166,460





4

Animal and

Vegetable
Oils and
Fats

400

103,266

4

103.270

















$ B.W.I.
TOTAL
5 6 7 8 9 ALL
—- SECTIONS
Machinery
Manutfac- and Miscellaneous

Chemicals tured Transport | Manufactured Miscellaneous

Goods Equipment Articles Transactions
3,202 156,919 55,190 29,373 125 1,048,016
487,302 1,319,458 425,827 325,226 12.705 40,121,963
3,973 39.091 8,002 1 — 317,944
491 275 1,358,546 433.829 325,227 12.705 40,439.907





OF





41
Table 5

SUMMARY OF IMPORTS (C.I.F.) BY SECTIONS AND DIVISIONS OF THE STANDARD
INTERNATIONAL TRADE CLASSIFICATION LIST — 1954

$000 B.W.I.







Secrions AND DrIvIsIoNs 1954
SECTION 0—FOOD 15.304.8
DIVISION
00—Live Animals chicfly for food ... oe oe _ oe oe vee ret oe 13.9
O1—Meat and Meat Preparations ... oe wee a me ae vee oe _ 2,809.8
02—Dairy Products, cyys and honey - eae a an _ des ie 7 2.198 .6
03—Fish and Fish Preparations vee see tee a a i ae ms ay 1,143.6
04—Cereal and Cereal Preparations Dee a Pes ee wee is ore oe 4,359.9
05—Fruits and Vegetables... te oe a ie te wee a a 1,500.1
06—Sugar and Sugar Preparations .. ee _ i ye 211.8
07—Coffee, tea, cocoa, species and manufactures thereof a a a tee 805.8
08-——Feeding Stuff for Animals (not including unmilled cereals} “ae fe ae a 1,978.9
09—Miscellaneous food preparations as i wee aes oa = 282.4
SECTION 1—BEVERAGES AND TOBACCO ae an ae me a or ne 1,257.0
DIVISION
11—Beverages wee bee ie re i a ann oe 833.9
12—Tobacco and tobacco manufactures ms Les ae _ oe oe ar oa 423.1
SECTION 2—CRUDE MATERIALS, INEDIBLE EXCEPT FUELS i “i 3,386.8
DIVISION
21—-Hides, Skins and fur skins. undressed
99_QOil seeds, oil nuts and oil kernels ae ee we oe uae ve 1,132.6
23—Crude rubber, including synthetic and reclaimed ws bee eae en a i —
24 Wood. lumber and cork an ae a ae io a oe ye 2,019.3
25—Pulp and waste paper ... an ae a a
26—Textile fibres, not manutfi retured. into. yarn, thread o or fabrics, and: w vaste oe oe 64.0
27—Crude fer tilizers and crude minerals, exeluding coal, petroleum wud precious stones oe 131.2
28—Metalliferous ores and metal scrap. tis oe Pe os _ _
29—Animal and Veyatable Crude Materials, ‘NES. a ic ve = fs os 39.7
SECTION 3—MINERAL FUELS, LUBRICANTS AND RELATED MATERIALS 2,485.4
DIVISION
21—Mineral fuels. lubricants and related materials wes oe = oe ie on 2,435.4
SECTION 4—ANIMAL AND VEGETABLE OILS AND FATS te ae fe 1,097.7
DIVISION
41—Animal and vevetable oils (not. essential oils), fats, greases and derivatives tee ose 1,097.7
SECTION 5—CHEMICALS “es i es ae aes oe is wee 3,901.8
DIVISION
51—Chemical elements and compounds —... os vee aa 223.1
52—Mineral tar and erude chemicals from coal petroleum and natural gas oe bee oe 3.6
53—Dyeing, tanning and colouring materials oe ee ee sas aes rr ay 556.5
54—Medicinal and pharmaceutic: al products es ae 750.2
55—Essential oils and perfume materials, toilet. polishing and cleansing prepar ations os ODA. 4
56—Fertilizers, manufactured a foe ae =e 1,559.8
59—FExplosives and miscellaneous chemical materials and ‘products a: _ a 254.4
SECTION 6—MANUFACTURED GOODS CLASSIFIED CHIEFLY BY MATERIAL ne 10,030. 1
DIVISION
61—Leather. Leather manufactures, N.E.S. and dressed furs... Par mr nes ees 67.2
62—-Rubber manufactures, NES. ... : _ ous as wee ca 499.8
63-——Wood and Cork manufactures s (excluding fur niture) ae ee is wee i 342.4
64—Paper, paperboard and manufactures thereof ee = oe = 1,054.8
65—Textile yarn, fabrics and made-up articles and related products ae ne ie a 4,040.9
66—Non-metallic mineral manufactures, N.E.S. ae os ae ee wee os 1,454.2
67—Silver, platinum, gems and jewellery ... i ye te a oe ae 53.0
68—Base metals : _ aoe a a ae ne ae on ae 1,006.8
69—Manufactures of metals .. te ae ne oe a ne ae os ae 1,511.0









42
Table 5—(Continurd)

SUMMARY OF IMPORTS (C.1.F.) BY SECTIONS AND DIVISIONS OF THE STANDARD
INTERNATIONAL TRADE CLASSIFICATION LIST — 1954

$000 B.W.I.













SECTIONS AND Divisions 1954
SECTION 7—MACHINERY AND TRANSPORT EQUIPMENT wee Le ves 5.635 .7
en
Machinery other than clectric ... . . Lee wee wee wee wee vee 2,621.6
a lectric machinery. apparatus and appliances vee wee wes vee we - 1.264.5
73—Transport equipment wee vee vee wee eee vee vee ves ves bee 1,749.6
SECTION 8—MISCELLANEOUS ARTICLES MANUFACTURED wee Les Le ves 3.391 .4
DIVISION
81—Prefabricated buildings, sanitary plumbing heating and lighting fixtures and fittings ... 171.3
82—Furniture anc fixtures 7 wee oe we we i 180.5
83—Travel goods and handbags and similar articles vee vee we wee a ees 69.6
84—Clothing Le vee wee a wee we vee wes 832.5
85—Footwear wes 1,000.9
86—Professional scientific and controlling instruments: photographic and optical g goods
watches and clocks vee vee se i oa vee Lee 200.5
89—Miscellaneous and manufacture dL articles NX. E. 8. on vee wee vee wee wee 936. |
SECTION 9—MISCELLANEOUS TRANSACTIONS AND COMMODITIES N.ELS. wee 2,322.7
DIVISION
91—Postal packages we tee wee ve wee vee wee vee 2,031.6
92—Live animals other than “for fool -.. vee te a wee vee wee vee 96.4
93—Returned goods and special transactions wee wee vee wee a eas wee 194.7
TovaL OF ALL SECTIONS —... wee Les wee an a ves 48,763 .4















43
Table 6

SUMMARY OF TOTAL EXPORTS (DOMESTIC AND RE-EXPORTS) (°.0.B.)

BY SECTIONS

AND DIVISIONS OF TEE STANDARD INTERNATIONAL TRADE CLASSIFICATION LIST—1954

$000 B.W.I.









SECTIONS AND DEVISLONS 1954
SECTION 0—FOOD 35,130.5
DIVISION
00—Live Animals chietly for food 4.1
O1—Moat and Meat preparations 41.0
2—Dairy Products. eggs and honey 15.5
03—Fish and fish preparations 1.1
(4—Cereal and. cereal preparations 43.8
05—Fruits and veectables = 345.5
06—Sugar and sugar preparations... 33,816.7
O7-—Coffee. Lea, encna. spiees vand in: mnufactures thereof 47.9
O8—Feeding stuff for animals (not including unmilled cereals)... 15.2
09—Miscellancous food preparations 799.7
SECTION I—BEVERAGES AND TOBACCO 2,279.1
DIVISION
11—Beveraves 2278 4
12—TVobaceo and tobacee manufactures 7
SECTION 2—CRUDE MATERIALS. [NEDIBLE EXCEPT FUELS 39.0
DIVISION
21—-Hides. skins and fur skins undressed... | 8.9
= oll Seeds. otf nuts and vil kemels . . —
23—Crude rubber, including synthetic and reclaimed : | —
24—-Wood. lumber and cork wl
eo~ Pulp and waste pauper —
26--Textile fibres not qianul ceturerL inte varn, thre: ad or fibres: and wi nate 9.6
2%—Crude fertilizers ancl crude minerals. exchuling coal, petroleum and precious stones 2.9
2s-——Metalliferrous ores and metal scrap 117.0
29—Animal and vegetable materials news 5
SECTION 3—MINERAL FUELS, LUBRICANTS AND RELATED MATERIALS 166.5
DIVISION
31—Mineral fuels, lubricants and related materials 166.5
SECTION 4—ANIMAL AND VEGETABLE OILS AND FATS 103.3
DIVISION
41—Animal and veyetable oils (not essential oils). fats, greases and derivatives 103.3
SECTION 5—CHEMICALS 491.3
DIVISION
51—Chemical elements and compounds 31.6
52—Mineral Tar and crude chemicals tzom eorl petroleum and ‘natural | gas 3
53—Dveing, taming and colouring materials 7.8
54—Me dicinal and pharmace utical products 205.8
65—Lssential oils and perfume materials, toilet, polishing, and ‘cleansing preparations 233.0
3h ertilizers, manufactured 5.5
59—-Explosives and miscellancous chemical materials and products 7.3
SECTION 6—MANUFACTURED GOODS CLASSIFIED CHIEFLY BY MATERIAL 1,358.5
DIVISION
61—Leather, leather manufactures. n.e.s. and dressed furs 1.2
62—Rubber ‘manufac tures, 1.0.8. = 7.)
68—Wood and Cork manufactures (e xcluding furniture) 2.4
64-—Paper, paperboard and manufactures thereof 40.7
65—Tesxtile varn, fabries and made up articles and related pr oducts 1,096.6
66—Non-Metallic mineral manufactures, n.c.s. 119.4
67—Silver, platinum, gems and jewellery 7.8
68—Base Metals . we 19.7
69—Manutactures of Metals ... 63.6







44

Table 6—(Continued)

SUMMARY OF TOTAL EXPORTS (DOMESTIC AND RE-EXPORTS) (F.0.B.) BY SECTIONS
AND DIVISIONS OF THE STANDARD INTERNATIONAL TRADE CLASSIFICATION LIST—1954







—CONTINUED
$000 B.W.I.
Sections anpD DIvisions 1954
SECTION 7—MACHINERY AND TRANSPORT EQUIPMENT 433.8
DIVISION
71—Machinery other than electric ... 283.2
72—Electrical Machinery, epparatus and appliances 91.5
73-—Transport Equipment a . 59.1
SECTION 8—MISCELLANEOUS MANUFACTURED ARTICLES 325.2
DIVISION
81—Prefabricated building, sanitary plumbing, heating a and lighting * fixtures and fittings wee 10.5
82—Furniture and Fixtures ... . 4.2
83—Travel goods and hand bags and similar articles 2.9
84—-Clothing i . . 187.9
85-—Footwear ... 28.2
86—Professional, scientific and controlling it instruments, Photographie ‘and optical goods,
watches and clocks 7 a : - a wee 6.0
89—Miscellaneous manufactured articles. n.€.8, 85.5
SECTION 9—MISCELLANEOUS TRANSACTIONS AND COMMODITIES N.E.S. 12.7
DIVISION
91—Postal Packages ... =
92—Live Animals “other than ‘food . wee 2.0
93—Returned Goods and Special transactions 10.7

ToTAL OF ALL SECTIONS ...



40,439.9









45

Table 7

DIRECTION OF TRADE—1954

ANALYSIS BY GEOGRAPHICAL AREAS AND INDIVIDUAL TRADING PARTNERS
WITHIN AREAS





$000 B.W.I.

Exports (F.0.B.)





Imports
CoUNTRIES (C.1.F.) |
Domestic | Re-Exports Total
Produce
North America
Canada 8,875.3 10,484 .0 6.5 10.490.
Mexico 3.2 — —_ —
United States of. America 3,226.8 610.8 33.0 643.
Central America and Antilles
Anguilla 1.9 1.2 15.8 7
Antigua 0.2 152.5 192.9 345.
Bahamas dd .5 171.6 0.2 171.
Bermuda a 24.6 208.2 3.3 213.
British Honduras 51.2 0.9 —_ 0
Cuba 0.5 — — —
Dominica 358.5 324.5 162.8 487.
Grenada 113.8 224.4 164.9 389.
French West Indies 0.1 31.6 65.1 96
Haiti ; 0.3 — — —
Jamaica 170.0 3.8 22.3 26.
Montserrat . 3.1 42.9 63.8 96
Netherlands W' est Indies 2.6 23.2 87.2 110.
Nicarayua . 158.5 — 0.4 0.
Puerto Rico 5.4 — 20.4 29
St. Kitts-Nevis 48.2 350.3 151.0 501.
St. Lucia 591.3 221.0 198.1 419.
St. Vincent 646.6 62.5 201.3 263.
Tortola 0.2 0.1 4.5 4
Trinidad . 2,488.8 994.0 568.9 1,562.
Turks Islands ... — 2.3 0.4 2
Virgin Islands . O.5 11.9 9.1 21,
Parcel Post (B. Ww. I. ). 123.6 — —_ —
South America
Argentina 675.6 — _ —_
Brazil 8.2 —_— — —_
British Guiana 2,272.3 504.3 278.5 782
Chile .. O.1 — — —
French Guiana — — O.1 QO.
Netherlands Guiana 10.1 0.2 28.9 29.
Peru 0.2 —_— — —
Uruguay 83.2 — — _
Venezuela 567.2 1.0 7.4 8.
Western Europe
Austria 29.4 — — —
Belgium—Laxembourz g 30.0 0.1 — 0.
Denmark 222.7 10.4 —_— 10.
Eire 200.9 — —_— —
France 180.7 — — —_
Germany (Western) 1,082.5 12.0 4.7 16
Netherlands 1,792.4 DL.3 — 31
Norway 675.6 — _ —_
Sweden 166.6 19.7 0.3 20
Switzerland TES .0 — — —
United Kingdom 19.529.4 2? 996.3 300.6 23,296
Southern Europe
Greece P26 a — —
Ttaly 166.9 30.4: — 30.
Maderia 24.1 — —_ —
Portugal 97.4 — —_— —
Spain 32.7 — — —
Turkey 0.3 — — —

















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+6
Table 7—(Continued)
DIRECTION OF TRADE — 1954

ANALYSIS BY GEOGRAPHICAL AREAS AND INDIVIDUAL TRADING PARTNERS
WITHIN AREAS

$000 B.W.I.

Exporrs (F.0O.B.)

Imports
GOUNTRIES (C.I.F.)



Domestic Ae-Exports Total
Produce

Eastern Europe
Czecho-Slovakia vee ee an ee 90,
Hungary vee vee a 24..%

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|
|
|
|

3
Poland vee _ wee vee Lee 35.6 — — —
Rumania wae wee or vee wee 3.2 — — —_
2ussia (U.S.S.R.) vee Lee wee ves 0.2 — — —
4

Yugoslavia Lee rn Le an wee 12.

Middle East
Anglo- Egyptian Sudan wee wee a 0.





4
Cyprus . a on vee _ 9.6 — — _—
Eoypt Le wee eee vee 66.8 — —_ —
Hthiopia Lee cee on - ves Q.1 —_ at —_
Tran ves vee wee _ = 0.1 — — —
Traq vee vee wee wes wee 1.3 — _— _
Israel vee vee wee vee a 5.8 — —_ —

1

Malta wee ae Lae wee wes QO.

Other Asia

Cevlon a wee wee a 47.5 — — _—
China wee vee Lee vee 2.5 — — —
Hong Kong _... vee wee wes vee 277.0 — —_ _
India wee os 459.0 — — a
Japan vee Lee we - Lee 328.1 — — —_
Malaya and Singapore an wes 32.5 — —_— —
Philippines... wes we ves we 0.7 _ a —_
Sarawak vee vee vee vee wee 6.2 — — —_
Thailand bee wee Lee Le Le 5.3 a _ _

Oceania
Australia tee wee vas Lee see 414.6 0.4
Fiji Islands... wee we wes Lee — 2
New xealand ... - oe _ 1,510.9 — | — —

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nd



Other Africa
British West Africa
Libya
Moroeco
Sudan _ wee
Union of South Africa







20.2 — — —

twoKo
Noo bye

|

|

|



455.3 — —_ _
ToraL ALL COUNTRIES on ie 48,763 .4 37,528.9 2,593.1 4£0,122.0
SHTPS’ SroRES AND BUNKERS wee 26.2 291.8 317.9



GRAND Toran... ves wee wes 48,763 .4 37,005 .1 2 8st.9 40,439 .9

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47

IMPORTS C.I.F. — 1954

T

ANALYSIS OF COMMODITIES IMPORTED BY COUNTRIES OF ORIGIN



COMMODITY
ORIGIN

S.I.T.C.
CoDE

0 SECTION—-FOOD
00 DIVISION—LIVE ANIMALS

001 Group—Live Animals Chiefly for Food

001—01.2. CaLvEs FoR REARING AND BREEDING
Canada
Tora
001—03.1 Swine ror REARING AND BREEDING

United Kingdom

Tora.

001—03.2 OTHER SWINE ror SLAUGHTER
St. Vincent

TOTAL

BaBy CHICKS FOR REARING AND BREEDING
United Kingdom
Canada.
Bermuda
British Guiana
Jamaica
St. Kitts-Nevis wee
United States of America

001—O+. 1

Tova.

Live Animals (chiefly for Food) N.E.S.

001—09. 1
St. Kitts-Nevis

Tota

01 DIVISION—MEAT AND MEAT PREPARATIONS
011 Group—Meat: Fresh, Chilled or Frozen.

Oll—o) Mear or Bovine Carrum (Beer, VEAL)
Canada wee
Australia
New Zealand wee
United States of America

Toran

011—02 Meat or Suewpe or Lamps (Murron, Lamp)

New Zealand

Tora.

able 8





GOATS AND Kips ror RearInc anp BREEDING



















VALUE
Unir | Quantity | $ B.W.I.
No. 2 700
No. 2 700
No. 1 569
No. ] 569
No. ] 24
No, J 24
No. 389 460
19.072 8,828
32 1s
7 l4
36 12
237 33
2ASth 2SOS5
No 22588 12.501
No, | 60
No. { 60
Ib. eee 936
45.250 POMB2
I 448.455 407.932
46 14
Ib. 1.492.273 | 422,944
Ib. ISL.541 76.065
lb. ISL S541 76.065









IMPORTS C.LF. — 1954



S.I.T.C. COMMODITY
CopE ORIGIN
011—03 Meat OF SWINE (Pork)
Canada
New Zealand
ToraL
1 1—ot PotLTrRyY. KILLED OR DRESSED
Canada
Australia wee a
United States of America
Argentina
Denmark
Holland
ToTaL
011—09 Ortrr Fresu, CHILLED OR FROZEN MEAT (INCLUDING
EpisLte Orrats, Horsk-mMeaT AND GAME)
Canada
New Zealand wee
United States of America
ToTAL
012 Group—Meat: Dried, Salted, Smoked or Cooked, not Canned.

SMOKED. DRIED, SaLTED Pork.

012—01.1 Bacon
Canada

New Zealand Lee
Tnited States of America
Denmark

ToTaL

012—01.2 Ham
United Kingdom
Canada
Australia
New Zealand
Denmark

ToTaL

012—01.9 OTHER SaLTeD PorK
Canada
Australia

TOTAL





Table 8 (Continued)





















VALUE
Unit | Quantity | $ B.W I.
Ih. 162 163 .
10.541 6,129
Ih, 10.708 6.292
Ib. 24.304 22,793
1.837 L.S71
1.314. 1,324
286 275
470 395
44] 421
lh, 28.652 27.079
lh. 705 1,365
37.358 17,324
90 50
lb. 38,153 18,739
lb. 517 626
42.264 38,500
86 97
8.108 8,560
lb. 50,975 47,783
Ib. 112 187
19,445 25,096
% 2.500 3,050
191,553 $4,216
912 1,049
Ib. 124.522 |} 113,598 .
+
lb. 3,734.730 943,861
” 24,400 6,996
Ib. 3.759,130 | 950,857













IMPORTS C.I.F. —- 1954







S.LT.C. COMMODITY
CopDE ORIGIN
012—02 SMOKED, Driep or SALTED BEEF oR VEAL
Canada
Australia

New Zealand .
United States of America

ToTan

013° Group—Meat Canned and Meat Preparations, Canned and
not Canned
013—01 SAUSAGES OF ALL Kinps not ww AIRTIGHT CONTAINERS
United Kingdom
Canada
New Zealand

TOTAL

Meat Canneb anD Mear PREPARATIONS IN AIRTIGHT
CONTAINERS
013—02.1 Hams
Canada vee
Union of South Africa
Belgium
Denmark te
Germany (Western)
Holland

Tovar

013—02.2 Savusaces
United Kingdom
Australia
New Zealand we
Union of South Africa
United States of America
Argentina
Denmark
Holland



ToTva.

013—02.9 Mat anp Mear PREPARATIONS IN AIRTIGHT
CONTAINERS OTHER THAN Hams
United Kingdom wee ve wee wee see
Canada wee ves wee a = we!
Australia
New Zealand .
Union of South Africa
Argentina
Brazil
Denmark
France
Holland
Sudan
Uruguay



Unir | Quantity

Ib.

Ib.

Ib.

Ib.

th.

Ih.

lh.

Ib.

th,

Ib.

1

634,070
51.280
60.750

233.000

979.100





1.300
4.556
8.561

14.417

63

{20
1,200
45.401
3.047
Po.115





68.636



80.086

Table 8—(Continued)

VALUE
$ B.W.I.

245.621
19.592
18.598
82.391

366,202

99-4
4.086
4.598



9.679



66

123
Ldst
56,379
4.562
17 372











11.179 7,139
8.136 4.743
96 80
594 355

1.180 962
52.264 33.940
8.856 5.338
1.562 1444
83.867 54,001
858 620
8.002 6.873
48.144) 27.770
HISAOL | 325.278
TABS 44.517
253.434 | 161.615
10.800 6.750
8.12] 6,585
4.680 2 868
3.493 3.030
28.800 17.664
36.110 23.126
1.054.578 | 626,696





S.LT.C.
CoDE



00

IMPORTS C.I.F. — 1954

COMMODITY

013—09

02
022

ORIGIN

Mrat EXTRACTS AND PREPARATIONS OF MEAT, N.E.S.
(iIncLupING NaTuRAL SAausaGE CasINGs)

United Kingdom
Canada
Australia
Argentina
Denmark

France

TOTAL

DIVISION—DAIRY PRODUCTS, EGGS AND HONEY.

Group—Milk and Cream; Evaporated, Condensed or Dried.

MILK AND CREAM EvapPoRATED OR CONDENSED

022—01.1 CONTAINING NOT LESS THAN 8 PER CENT OF BuTTseR Fat

022-01 .2

022—02.1

)22—02.,2

United Kingdom
Canada
Australia

New Zealand
Denmark
Holland

ToTaL

CONTAINING LESS THAN 8 PER CENT OF BuTrerR Fat

Belgium
Denmark

Tora

Mink AND CREAM (INCLUDING BUTTERMILK, SKIM—MILK
AND Wuey), Dry (in Sotip Form, sucH as BLocks

AND PowbER)

CONTAINING NOT LESS THAN 8 PER CENT OF BUTTER

Fat
United Kingdom
Canada
Australia
Hire
New Zealand

United States of America

Denmark

Holland

Tora

CONTAINING LESS THAN 8 PER CENT OF BuTTER Far

Canada
Australia
New Zealand

United States of America

Denmark
Holland
Sweden

Tova



UNIT

lb.

Ib.

QUANTITY

5,655
280

5
3.096
428
16

9,480

110,240
42,335
1,620
54,300
11,363
3,229,768

3,449,626





400
560

960

15,015
100,530
30,072
2,025
15,750
1,323
19,778
35,640



220,133



23.438
4.480
176,930
296
28.000

- 54,624
1.448



289,216





Table 8—(Continued)

VALUE
$ B.W.I.

6,435
930

1,966
388
74

9,798

22,107
10,333
1,182
14,398
4,057
736,539

788,616

139
151

290

15,139
98,865
23,290
2,277
9,756
1.277
13.935
26,579

191,118

6,730
1,422
39,330
204
6,240
16,004
679



70,609







IMPORTS C.I.F. — 1954

S.LT.C,
CopE

COMMODITY
ORIGIN

023 Group—Butter
023—01 Buttrer, FRESH, WHETHER SALTED OR NOT, INCLUDING

MELTED.

Canada

Australia

Eire

New Zealand .

Union of South Africa

Norway

TOTAL

024 Group—Cheese
024—01 CHEESE
United Kingdom
Canada
Australia,
New Zealand wee
United States of America
Argentina
Denmark
Holland

Tora.

025 Group — Eggs
Eocs IN THE SHELL
Canada

Holland

025—01

ToTAL

025—02 Eees nor IN THE SHELL, Liguip, FrozEN or DRIED.
Australia wes an
United States of America

Denmark

Tota

026 Group—Natural Honey
026—01 NatTuRAL Honty
United Kingdom
Dominica
St. Lucia
Denmark
Holland

Toran ao eee





Table 8—(Continued)

UNIT

Ib.

No.

No.

tb.

tb.



























VALUE

Quantity | § B.W.I.
1,250 1,516
277,023 | 229,167
229,150 | 190,570
284.771 | 223.635
25 14
222.076 | 164,862
1,014,295 | 809,764
850 | 445
TA76 7,443
38.195 23,958
497.534 | 250,117
27 20

650 240
4,594 3,642
10,049 6,841
559.375 | 292,706
115,600 7,624
14.400 1,167
130.000 8,791
6,200 4,852
350 760
4.957 3.610
11.507 9,222
1.253 717
1.495 192
4.327 706
20 10

48 2?
7,148 1.647













IMPORTS C.LF. — 1954

Table 8 (Continued)



S.LT.C. COMMODITY
CopE ORIGIN



029 Group—Dairy Products, n.e.s.

029—01 Darry Propucts, N.E.S. (Ick Cream, [cE Cream Pow-

pERS. MaLrep MILK, ComMPOUNDS AND MIxTURES,
DEHYDRATED PRODUCTS, ETC.)

United Kingdom

Canada

Australia ...

Bahamas ... wee vee

United States of America

Denmark

Holland

TOTAL

03 DIVISION—FISH & FISH PREPARATIONS.
031 Group—Fish: Fresh or simply preserved
031—-01 Fish: FREesH, CHILLED oR FRozEN,
United Kingdom
Canada

United States of America

TOTAL

Fisu: Satrep, Drrep oR SMOKED BUT NOT
FURTHER PREPARED.

031—02.1 Cob¥IsH AND FISH COMMONLY KNOWN AS “CODFISH”
United Kingdom

Canada
Tora.
031—02.2. SaALMon anp TROUT.
United Kingdom
Canada
ToTtan

031—02.9 OTHER FisH, SanteD. Driep oR SMOKED BUT NoT
FURTHER PREPARED.
United Kingdom
Canada
Holland
Norway

TOTAL





Unit | QUANTITY

Ib.

Ib.

lb.

lb.

lb.

Ib.

lb.





{4,429

VALUE

| $ BW.

|
|
|

744 |

[1,175
1,200
66
1.530
326

29.470

4.308
5.043

502

9,853

8.106 |
2.935.314 |

2.943.420 |

40

29,420

29460

LLO408 |
79.525 |
2,300 |
23.280 |

215.513





13.571
539
9.870
636

82
1.050
122

25,870

1,995
5,079
668

3.144
698.038

701,182

25
10.092

VOT

19.587
13.342
390
3.767

37,086













o3





















Table 8 (Continued)
IMPORTS C.1.F. — 1954
~ . _ . r , _
S.1.T.C. COMMODITY VALUE
CopE Orn1GIN Unir | Quantity | $ B.W.1.
032 Group—Fish and Fish Preparations, Canned or not N.E.S.
|
0382—01 Fisu, Fis Propucts, ano Fisu PREPARATIONS IN “
AIRTIGHT CONTAINERS (INCLUDING CRUSTACEA
AND MOLLUuUScs)
United Kingdom lb. 6.294 3,694
Canada h 532,283 292,116
Australia ... wee ; 552 337
Union of South Africa ts 256.704 85.739
United States of America i 55 19]
Denmark ‘ 982 1.592
France ves 7 68 129
Germany (Western) . 75 203
Italy : 197 525
Norway 3,355 1.995
Portugal > 920 965
Tora. Ih. 801.485 387.486
|
04. DIVISION—CEREALS & CEREAL PREPARATIONS
041 Group—Wheat unmilled
041—O1 WHEAT AND SPELT (INCLUDING MESLIN) UNMILLED
Canada wee wee Ih. 60,300 5,648
United States of America 19,044 762
Toray Ib. 79 344 6,410
‘042 Group—Rice
RICE Nov IN THE HusK, INCLUDING POLISHED AND
Broken Rice
042—02.1 Rick is SMALL Packets ror RETAIL SALE
British Guiana Ib. 351.000 8,807
ToTaL lb. 51,000 8,807
042—02.9 OrHER Rice
British Guiana Ib. 15,758,926 | 1,767,923
ToTaL Ib. 15.758,926 | 1,767.923
043 Group—Barley, Unmilled
043—01 BaruLey. UNMILLED
Holland Ib. 119.390 13,375
ToTaL lb. 119.390 13.375













o4

IMPORTS C.LF. — 1954

Table 8 (Continued)



COMMODITY
ORIGIN

S.LT.C.
CoDE



044 ,Group—Maize (Corn) Unmilled

Maize (Corn) UNMILLED
Montserrat wee
St. Vincent wee
Union of South Africa
Argentina

044—O1

TOTAL

045 Group—Cereals Unmilled other than Wheat, Rice, Barley
and Maize.

Oats, UNMILLED
United Kingdom
Canada wee

Holland

045—O1 .2

ToTaL

046 Group—Wheat Flour

Man AND Flour oF WHEAT AND SPELT
(rxcLUDING MESLEN)

United Kingdom

Canada

Australia ... vee

United States of America

046—01

TorTaL

047. Group—Cereals milled except Wheat Flour

O47—02 Mean anp Four ov Marae (Corn)
‘amada oo... ves
Union of South Afrtea
United States of America
Tovar
047—09 Mma AND FLove or CEREALS. N.S.

United Kingdom

PoraL



UnIr

Ib.

Ib.

lb.

lb.

Ib,

Ib.

lb.

QUANTITY

400
8,950
80,375
53,120

142.845

171.390
2,378,570
828.266

3,878 226

224

16.801 355
56
4.121.610

20,923 .245



2.699, 758
2 240
1.920.182





4.622.180

3.004

3.004









VALUE
$ B.W.I.

30
616
5,538
4,518

10,702

30
1441451
6

312,682

1,754,199

220,523

267
156.213
377.008

1.096

1.096











Si
~~

IMPORTS C.LF. —~ 1954

Table 8 (Continued)









S.LT.cC. COMMODITY VALUE
Cop ORIGIN Unit | Quantity) $ B.W.I.
048 Group—Cereal preparations including preparations from |
Flour and Fecula of Fruits and Vegetables.
048—O1 GROATS AND CuRKALS: FLAKED, PEARLED OR PREPARED
IN A MANNER NOT ELSEWHERE SPECIFIED ("PREPARED
BREAKFAST Foops’’) i
United Kingdom Nb. 99,192 36,895
Canada 72.419 28.939
Australia ... wee wes 11,850 © 3,460
United States of America . 1,609 | 1,231
Denmark ... » LLO 32
Holland os 241,536 33,927
Ln OO
TOTAL lb. 426.716 104.484
2
048-02 Marr
United Kingdom Ib. | 2,240 467
Tora Ib, | 2.240 467
!
O48—03 ALIMENTARY Pastas: Macaroni, SPAGHETTI, NOODLES,
VERMICELLT ETC. |
United Kingdom Ib. 60.745 14,336
Canada " TA.759 19,38]
Trinidad » 1,728 428
Holland . 34,165 7,907
Tora Ib, 168.397 | 42,052
1
048—O4.1 Brscvurrs—SweereneD |
United Kingdom Ib. ; 32,828 27,351
Canada 443 445
Denmark ... 140 10]
Holland 5 2,922 1,412
ToTaL lb. 36,333 29.309
|
048—04.3 Biscvirs—UNSwEETENED IN TINS OR SMALL PACKAGES |
United Kingdom Ib. | 18.037 17,337
Canada . wee Lee 240 268
United States of America | 323 259
Denmark ... 63 41
Toran lb. 18,663 17,905
048—09.1 Corn (Maize) CANNED
New Zealand wee Ib. 495 185
Union of South Africa ss 68 16
United States of America . 750 414
ToTAL ... lb. 1,313 ! 615













36

IMPORTS C.LF. — 1954

Table 8 (Continued)





S.LT.C. COMMODITY VALUE
CoDE OnimGIN Unit | Quantity |; $ BWI.
O48—09.2 Ant otHER PREPARATIONS OF CEREALS. FLouR AND FEcuLa|
ror Foop, N.E.S. (ascnuprnc Maur Frovr)
United Kingdom Ib. 5189 j 1,261
Canada 7 975 332
Trinidad vee wee “ 215 139
United States of America 780 240
ToTan Ib. 7,159 1,972
05 DIVISION—FRUITS AND VEGETABLES.
051 Group—Fruits and Nuts, Fresh (not
including Oilnuts)
051—04 APPLES.
United Kingdom Ib. 26 10
Canada... a aon ” 25,994 8,073
United States of America > 225 16
Holland ” 14.816 3,812
Tora Ib. 41,061 11,911
051—06.9 (a) Fresu Faurr, N.ELS.
United Kingdom 428
Canada 178
British Guiana 428
Dominica ... : 42,089
Grenada ... oe 287
Montserrat 20
St. Lucia ... 63,171
St. Vincent 1,540
Trinidad ... wes a 65,933
United States of America 37
Holland 1,942
ToTaL 176,053
Episte Nurs, OfrHER THAN NUTS CHIEFLY USED FOR
EXTRACTING OIL.
051—07.1 GrounDNUTS (PEANUTS)
United Kingdom Ib | 3,356 2.717
Canada . 8,385 5,988
Grenada ” 1,380 331
St. Lucia ... ” 761 174
St. Vincent , 229.459 55,551
Trinidad ... - » 580 139
Union of South Africa ” 357 82
United States of America . 480 540
Brazil 2,168 434
Holland 5,500 1,466
Italy 2.014 1,062
Libya 11.317 3,444
Spain . 88,800 16,863
Sudan . 7 8,960 1.882
Thailand ... » 16,500 3,277
Tora Ib. | 373,017 93,950















(a) This includes 8.1.T.C.

Thems 05101 to 051—03 and 051—05 to 051—06,









Table 8—(Continued)

IMPORTS C.I.F. — 1954





S.LT.C. COMMODITY VALUE













CODE ORIGIN Unie | Quantiry | § BWI.
051—07.2. CocoNtTs. WHOLE
Dominica _ Lee wee vee vee wee No, 76.910 4.615
. Ib. 84.600
Grenada... wee ee a was wee a No. 19.725 1,154
}). 21.690
St. Lucia ... wee vee we wee wes wee No. 140.861 8.452
Ib. 154,900
St. Vincent. wee wee wes we wee wee No. 71.366 4.282
lb. 78.490
Trinidad ... wee wee Lee wes a Lee No. 4.450 267
tb. 4.890
Tora. wee wes ves ee No. 313.312 18,800
Ib. 844.570
051—07.9 OrukR EpinLe Nuts
United Kingdom Pan cee wee wes wee Ib. 3.460 4,251
Portugal... tee see wee aes wes . 35.763 30.307
Tora _ wee wee se lb. 39.223 34.558
052 Group—Dried Fruits, including Artificially Dehydrated.
052—01 Detep Fruits, INCLUDING ARTIFICIALLY
DEHYDRATED FRvITs.
United Kingdom bee see Ib. 2.658 1,240
Canada... a Lee wee aes vee Lee >» 4 1,950 738
Australia ... 4.112 1.660
Cyprus... wes ves wes wes vee - 4.480 1.056
Union of South Africa... Lee we ie Lae . 3,518 1,663
United States of America 26.062 9,150
Greece vee wee ee vee vee vee - » 116.922 23.557
Holland... wee wee - wee ee vee > 13,598 2.472
Trac ses _ a a see wae we 7” 7,243 1,339
Portugal 732 154
Spain . ie ves ves wee 7 1.646 345
Turkey... on wee a aan wee vee ss 720 264
TOTAL a wee wes we Ib. 183.641 43.638
1
053 Group—Fruits Preserved and Fruit Preparations.
PRESERVED FRUIVS. WHOLE OR IN PIECES. WITH On
WITHOUT ADDED SUGAR. WHETHER IN AIRTIGHT CONTACN-
ERS OR NOT (INCLUDING FRUIT FROZEN OR IN TEMPORARY
PRESERVATIVE, £.G.. BRINE}
053—O1l.1 Preserved Fruit IN AIRTIGHT CONTAINERS
United Kingdom vee wee te wee ves lb. 9.122 5.436
Canada os 11.748 7.310
. Australia... bes vee bee : i wee . 19,188 7.086
Union of South Africa... Lee wes wee i » 44 464 13.621
United States of America - wee vee wee » 14.547 5,922
Denmark ... wee wee i wee ves wee 7 313 138
. France wee wee ee A wee vee ves 7 30 13
Holland... wee wee wee a wes wee > 2,239 771
Italy wee ee Lee a wee - vee » 306 135
Tova wee wee vee Lee Ib. 102,252 40,432





Table 8 (Continued)

IMPORTS C.F. — 1954



COMMODITY
ORIGIN QUANTITY





053—01.2 Preservep FRUrP Nor IN AIRTIGHT CONTAINERS



United Kingdom wee wee Lee wes wee Ib. 986 900
Canada... wes - we vee wee wee " 189 119 .
United States of America wee wes Lee wee 7 1,750 L.287
Yugoslavia vee we wee ves re . 4,183 1.209
Toran wee wee wee a Ib. 7,108 3.515
053—02 Freir anp Frourr Peet, parts oF PLANTS, DRAINED,
GLACED OR CRYSTALLIZED, FLAVOURED OR NOT.
United Kingdom wee a a “ Lee Ib. b.988 1,084
Canada... tee bes wee wes Lee wee . B+ 36
Dominica. ... wee a wee wee wes . To 196
St. Vincent wee wee we wes - ee . 20 5
Union of South Affica ... ves wee wee wee . 12,359 3,490
Toran ao wee tee wee lb. 15.156 4.511
053—03 Jams. Marmanapes. Frurr Jecires. Freir PULPS AND
PASTES WHETHER IN AIRTIGHT CONTAINERS OR NOT.
United Kingdom wee wee we wee we Vb. 56,753 15,942

Canada... wee _ we wee _ 1 _ 1,081 231
Union of South Africa. ... vee cee vee a 6 50.232 10.969







Toran vee wee see vee ib. 108.066 27,142

Fruir Juices, UNFERMENTED, WHETHER FROZEN OR
Nov, INCLUDING SYRUPS AND NATURAL Fruir FLavours,

053-—04.6 Lime Juice









Dominica gal 2.272 2 G51
: ToraL vee vee we we gal. 2,273 2.951
053—04.9 Art orner Fruit JUICES INCLUDING SYRUPS AND
Naturan Frerr Fouavours.
United Kingdom - wee we wee bee gal. 131 829
Canada... wee wes wee a vee a 7 89 223
Dominica ... wee wee see wae Lee Lee . S47 1,059
Trinidad... wee wee wes ve wee bes . 37460 44.164
Union of South Afriea ... ves vee vee vee . 2514 4.776
United States of America we wee 7 vee . 2.286 10.375
Holland » 62 1
‘Toran vee wee wee a gal. 43.389 61,537
054 Group——Vegetables fresh and dry, Roots and Tubers not
including artificially dehydrated.

054—O] PoTaTOES, NOT INCLUDING SWEET POTATOES .
Cnited Kingdom wee mn wee Ib. 508.760 19.635
Canada... on we vee a wee ee 7 4.320.648 150,515
Belgium... wee - ves we wes 7 97.570 3.895
Denmark ... vee vee vee vee wee vee . 302.280 10.908

Holland... we wee wee wee = wee . 2,957.13] 135,206 ,

Italy a wee wee _ Le bee wee 7 440 41
Portugal ... oe on wee a _ a 7 9.020 496



Tora bee ee nee nee Ib. > 8.195.899 | 320.696











Table 8 (Continurd)

IMPORTS C.LF, — 1954



SLT.C. COMMODITY VALVE
CODE Ontarx Usiy | Quaxtiry 3 BW.

054—02 Beans. Peas. Lenrins ann order Lequmes (PULSES)
DRY. INCLUDING SPLIT
. Chited Kingdom - - = lb. 76.247 12,609
Canada a we - wee wes we . ST0.099 | 92.864
Australia ... wee a a - ve vee - 1.680 197
St. Lucia ... wee a see 7 ee Lee - L550 218
St. Vincent wes vee wee wes wee ee “ 43.342 7.002
Trinidad ... a wee wee a we wee = | 5.760 765
Holland vee vee ee vee vee wee . LTT STL 172.166
Portugal... see _ vee Lee Le vee . 225,005 42.630



TOTAL _ = _ ve Ib, 2.051,554 , B28.451



VEGETABLES CHIEFLY FoR HUMAN Foop, FRESH ok i
Frozex NUS.

054—09.1 GaRuic
Cyprus... wee Lee i wee vee Ib, | E.L00 264

Holland... - - - on ze _ = dO | 12
Italy wee ves wee wee we bes - . 5.555 | 1.433

Tora ee Ib. | 6.705. | 1.709
| |.

054—09.2 0 ONIONS
Canada... wee we ves see vee Ib | L.ALS.767 82,128

Cyprus... Le Lee Lee wee wee wee . 13.367 slg
UCivon of South Attica ... wee wee a . . ! 35.200 3.160
Egypt ee bee ae . 1.164.351 66.799
Holland... ves wee _ wee vee Lee . 652.763 33.857
Madeira... see wes vee a ves aan . 255.500 23.183



Tora. we bes a wee tb, 3.239.088 209.937



O54—09.4 TomMaTrors
Montserrat _ vee wee or ee Ib, 1,000 SO
St. Lucia ... we bes see tee a wee 7 50 +

ToTaL we wes wes lb. 1.050 S4+

Q54—09.9 OTHER VEGETABLES
Cnited Kingdom vee ses wee Lee vee Ib, 3.850 2.601
Bermuda ... - we wee vee wee aes A SSI 162
Dominica ... = Le wee bee bee wes . 12.369 1 4st
Montserrat wee wes vee wee we wee ss 17.28] 2.921
St. Lucia ... bes ves ves os bee ves | 2.590 332
]
|



St. Vincent Lee we vee - vee vee ” | 615 218
. Trinidad... oe on a or ae “ L700 204
United States of America a Lee a a a 82 107
Holland 20 ee a BIB 2114







TOTAL wee - mee wee Ibi 61.743 1o.143





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CopE

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Table 8 (Continued)



COMMODITY
OrIGiIN

055 Group—Vegetables Preserved and Vegetable Preparations

055—02.1
055—02.9
055—O4..1

055—O4. 2

06
061
061—02

VEGETABLES PRESERVED OR PReparED (Except Deny-
DRATED) IN AIRTIGHT CONTAINERS (INCLUDING Sours
AND VEGETABLE JUICES)

ALL Soves AND VEGETABLE JUICES IN AIRTIGHT
CONTAINERS

United Kingdom

Canada

Bahamas ...

Jamaica ... a

Union of South Africa

United States of America

Holland

ToTaL

VEGETABLES PRESERVED AND PREPARED IN
AIRTIGHT CONTAINERS
United Kingdom
Canada
Bahamas ...
Jamaica ... an
Union of South Africa
United States of America
Denmark ...
France
Holland
Italy

TOTAL

FLouR AND FLAKES oF Potarors, Fruits aNnD VEGE-
TABLES INCLUDING Saco, TAPIOCA AND ALL OTHER
STARCHES PREPARED FOR USE AS Foop

ARROWROOT
St. Vincent

TOTAL

Orrer Frours anp FLAKES OF FRUITS AND VEGETABLES

Saco and TAPIOCA
United Kingdom
Canada Le
British Malaya
Sarawak
Singapore
Holland!

ToTAaL

DIVISION—SUGAR AND SUGAR PREPARATIONS

Group—-Sugar

Sugar Re&rrmneD
United Kingdom
Union of South Africa



ToTaL







Unit

Ib.

Ib.

Ib.

Ib.

Ib.

lh.

cwt.

QUANTITY

30,292
66.406
1,826
1,954
1.379
3,827
531



106,215

53.380
29,657
8,550
1,200
7,490
5,901
71
2,281
17.575
2.318



128.423

28 204
240
60,857
9.707
81.328
9.952

3,008



en gt oer :







190,088



VALUE
S$ BW.

9.564
26.369
402
351
310
1,101
122

38,219



15,326
10,163
1,805
236
1,901
1,944
109
1,485
5.041
616

38,626

9.413

9.413

~

Dale Www
tx

AWN

WWD wD
aL

— Se aT
zz

23,5380

38,590
137









61

Table 8 (Continued)

IMPORTS C.I.P. — 1954





S.LTL.C.
CopE

061—09

CARAMEL) .
United Kingdom wes a wes wee aon ewt. 314 12,219
Canada... see wee ae tee we wee 3 383
British Guiana 2 72
Trinidad ... cee nee Lee wee wee wee 6 6 243
Union of South Africa ... a wee wee . 478 6,108
United States of America vee - we wee » 2 sl
Denmark ... wee wee ee wee wee wee 7 — 16
Holland... a wee wee vee wee wes — 17
ToraL a wee we vee ewt, 805 19,139
062 Group—Sugar Confectionery and other Sugar Preparations
062—01.1 Sugar CONFECTIONERY
United Kingdom on a a we a lb. 311,704 125,045
Canada wee an oes wee sue ves » 3,311 3,465
Cyprus vee wee vee vee _ Le ” 1,644 750
Jamaica wee cee i wes ae wee ” 1,848 618
Trinidad wee wee a _ ves wee 7 536 161
Denmark - wee wee wes ces ” 249 227
Germany (Western) ve ses ves wee ses ” 277 ltl
Holland wee vee wee Tree ses . 8,240 13,096
Venezuela i wee wee wee we vee 5 .. 106 53
Tora wee bes kee sae Ib. 327,915 | 143,526
062—01.2 OTHER SuGarR PREPARATIONS (EXCEPT CHOCOLATE
CONFECTIONERY)
United Kingdom ves wee we see Ib. 10.377 4.181
Canada ee vee oe 7 wee wee : 2,672 2,438
Union of South Africa re 7 7 7,436 3,208
Holland see wee ves we 7 2.200 599
TOTAL - a wee on lb. 22.685 10,426
07. DIVISION—COFFEE, TEA, GOCOA, SPICES, AND
MANUFACTURES THEREOF
071 Group—Coffee
071—01 CoFFEE NoT RoastEeD
Jamaica wee a ves vee ee on lb. 15,568 14,806
Trinidad - - _ wee wae vee 7 12,768 11,760
ToTaL wee on wee vee Ib. 28,336 26,566
071—02 CorFEE ROASTED, INCLUDING GROUND
United Kingdom wee eee i wee we Ib. 35.262 77.920
Canada wee on oe wee wee Lee . 1,590 2,966
Jamaica ae on ae vee ves a . 23,380 21,788
Trinidad ee wee wes wee wes vee 5 275 336
Venezuela - vee wee wee vee ee “ 33 28
TOTAL wee wee - wae lb. 60,540 103,088

COMMODITY
ORIGIN Unir | Quantiry

VALUE
§ B.W.I.



OrHeR SuGARS anpD Syrups, N.E.S. (E.G. Lacrosse,
Mattose, GLucose, MAPLE SuGAR AND Mapire SyRrvp.
INVERT SuGaRS AND Levunosr, ARTIFICIAL HONEY,







ao













IMPORTS C.T.F. — 1954

S.LT.C. COMMODITY
CovE ORIGIN

Table 8—(Continued)

Quantity | S



071—03 CorrEE Extracts, Corvin HsSsENCES AND SIMILAR
PREPARATIONS CONTAINING COFFEE
United Kingdom
Canada -

TOTAL

Group—Cocoa

072—01 Cocoa BEANS
St. Vincent

072—02 Cocoa PowDER
United Kingdom eee
United States of America

Tora
072—03 Cocoa Burrer and Cocoa PASTE
United Kingdom
TOTAL

073 Group—Chocolate and Chocolate Preparations

073—01.1 CHocoLATE CONFECTIONERY
United Kingdom
Canada wee
Germany (Western)

TOTAL

073—01.2 OTHER Cil0oCcOLATE AND CHOCOLATE PREPARATIONS
United Kingdom
Canada sae
United States of America
Holland

Tora.

074 Group—Tea and Mate

074—01 TEA
United Kingdom
Cevion
India
Japan

TOTAL



ib.

Ib.

Ib.





261.938
193

262,13]



i12





112



62,172
4,974
On

aw

67,17]

106,139
750
2.103

191

191

189.566
162



189.728

68,909
5,788
25
74,722



87,312
1,001
1.617



2,003

110,995

122.876
40.333
73,710

484

237,403

d41

90,471

171.613
47,515
71,546

230

290,904













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~~

Table 8—(Continued\

IMPORTS C.I.F. — 1954



S.LT.C. COMMODITY VALUE
Cops ORIGIN Usir | Quantity | § B.W.L.



075 Group—Spices

United Kingdom vee wes wee ee vee | — 14.264
Canada wee we . vee - a i — 193
British Malaya... ve wee i Le a ' — 3,820

Dominica wee we wee vee ee sas — Ill
Grenada wes - was wee cee vee — 901
India a wee Lee wee wee — 515
St. Lucia vee wee wee a wee vee — 5380)
St. Vincent Le = wes wes i La — 194
Sarawak wee wee wee a vee vee = 5.002
Singapore bes wee wee ves oe _ — 2,965
Trinidad _ wee wee wee vee - — 90
Union of South Africa... wee wee vee ee — 167
French West Indies a ves wee wee wee — 70

Toran we wee vee wee —_ 28,322

08 DIVISION—FEEDING STUFF FOR ANIMALS (NOT
INCLUDING UNMILLED CEREALS)

081 Group—Feeding Stuff for Animals (not including
Unmilled Cereals)



O8I—O1l.1 Hay axnp FoppER
Canada... wee vee wee wee vee wee lb. 33,830 2,649

Tora Lee wee vee vee Ib. 33.830 2.649

OSI—O1L.2 Bran, POLLARD, SHARPS AND OTHER BY-PRODUCTS
FROM THE PREPARATION OF CEREALS
Canada... oe wes we wee wee wee Ib. 1.147.356 91,609

British Guiana ... vee - 7 wee wee . 279.278 11.254
Cnion of South Africa... ves wee wee wee “ 1.894.513 102.785
Arventina vee wee wee we wee - " 2,001,120 59,300

Holland... wee a wee a. a Lee “ 22.430 1.264



Toran wee ee vee — Ib. 5.344.607 262,212





081—03 OI-SEED CAKE AND MEAL AND OTHER VEGETABLE
Or RESIDUES
Canada... ee a wee wee vee wee Ib. 1.327.100 123,341
British Guiana... - wee vee wee ae . 919.500 43,019
St. Lucia ... aa wee wee wee wee . 24.300 1,088
United States of America wee wee wee wes - 1,093,600 100,121
Argentina _ wee wee wee - - 6 5,769,178 349.558
Uruguay ... wes wee bee a wee vee os 893.200 60.055





Toran a oes wee eee Ib. 10,026,878 677,182













S.LT.C.
CopE

09
091

099

64

IMPORTS C.I1.F. —- 1954

COMMODITY
ORIGIN



081—04 (a) Mrar anp Fish Mra, Foop-WasTES AND
PREPARED ANIMAL FEEDS

United Kingdom
Canada
British Guiana
Trinidad a a
United States of America
Argentina
Holland
Morocco
Roumania

Toran

DIVISION—MISCELLANEOUS FOOD PREPARATIONS

Group—Margarine and Shortenings

091—01 MARGARINE, ANIMAL, VEGETABLE OR MIXED
Trinidad
ToTaL
091—-02 SHORTENINGS: LarRpD oR LaRD SUBSTITUTE AND

SmmaLarR PREPARED EDIBLE Fats
New Zealand wes -
United States of America

Toran
Group—Food Preparations n.e.s.

United Kingdom
Canada

Bermuda

British Guiana

India

Jamaica

St. Kitts-Nevis
Trinidad

Union of South Africa
United States of America
Argentina

Denmark a
Dutch West Indies
Holland

Italy

Venezuela

ToTaL

(a) This includes S.LT.C. Items 081—04 to 081—09,







Table 8—(Continued)



}

VALUE
Unir | Quantity | $ B.W.I.
Ib. 373,864 20.865
. 10,132.0385 852,250
» 129.230 10.141
1. 840 66
ss 802,040 78,932
. 1,244,560 65,908
7 100.081 5,370
7 776 171
o 54,203 3,201
Ib. {12.837.629 | 1,036,904

———

lb. 20 9

lb. 20 9

Ib. 56 18

, 36 26

Ib. 92 44

— 152,180

— 19,051

— 22.317

— 392

— 1,506

— 748

— 21

-— 49,829

— 22,770

— 12,056

— 714

— 10

—_ 125

— 141

— 364

— 73

— 282,297







IMPORTS C.ILF. — 1954





Table 8—(( ‘ontinned)





S.LT.C. COMMODITY VALUE
CopE Onicin Unit | Quantriry ! $ BWI.
1 SECTION—BEVERAGES AND TOBACCO
11 DIVISION—BEVERAGES
111 Group—Non-Alcoholic Beverages
Wt—Ol Non-ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES (NOT INCLUDING FRoIT
OR VEGETABLE JUICE)
United Kingdom gal, L819 6.306
Toran gal. sig 6.306
112) Group—Alcoholic Beverages
112—01.1 Sparkrina WINE
Union of South Afriea gal. 125 1.008
France ves 736 3) 12,137
Germany (Western) 5l 525
Tora gal. 912. | 13.670
112—01.2 Strut Wine ww Borries
United Kingdom gal. 228 849
Australia 690 3,572
Cyprus wee 14 108
Union of South Africa - 603 2.378
France _ 1.378 10.321
Germany (Western) 156 1,623
Hungary 16 193
ltaly 392 1.958
Portugal 387 2.74]
Spain S61 8.836
Tora. gal. 4.725 32.579
112—01.3) Smite. Wrixeé In Woop
United Kingdom gal. 1H0 6.432
Cyprus 902 2.143
dire wee 1.135 6.161
Union of South Africa 6.394 10.355
France 6 44
Spain 304 1.687
Tovar gal 10,271 26.822
112--O1l.4 Mupicinan WINE
United Kingdom val 1.200 9.421
Toran val 1.200 9421
112—O2 CipER AND FERMENTED Fretr Jurces N-ES.
United Kingdom gal B94 1,285
TOTAL gal. 394 1.285
112—03.1 Brrr anp ALE
United Kingdom gal 65,195 128,037
Canada . 938 1,990
Trinidad 1,831 3,355
Denmark Lee 5,656 11,995
Germany (Western) 108 253
Holland 78.975 142,537
Toran gal, 152.703 288,107



























Table 8—(Continued)

IMPORTS C.I.F. — 1954



S.LT.C. COMMODITY VALUE

Conk OriGIN Unir | Quanrirry | $ B.W.LI.

j12—03.2 Srour AND PORTER

Cnited Kingdom wee oe Le wee we gal, 107,499 219,564
Trinidad cee wee wee we i - o 11,189 19,757
Denmark wes an wee an wee wee . 14 3]
Holland wee wee wee wee a wee . 152 314

Toran we ee vee wee gal. 118,854 239,666

DistiLLED ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES

J12—04.2 WuHisky















United Kingdom _ wee wee wee wes gal. 12,549 LL0,983
Canada tee ‘ee vee ee wee _ 5 724 6,606
United States of America wes ae wee wes » 18 219

‘TOTAL vee - - _ gal. 13,291 117,808

112—04.3 Ginx

United Kingdom we we wee wes w. | gal. 7,708 44,533
Denmark wee we wee wee wee ee . 23 146
Holland wee see wee wee i wee . 318 1.588

ToTan wee wee wee wee gal. 8.049 46,267

112—04.4 BRanpy
Union of South Africa... vee wee Lee a | gal.
France _ wee .

251 1,480
1,071 18,653

TOTAL on aan wee wee gal.

112—04.5 Birrers

United Kingdom wee ves wee a. | gal. 14 139
Trinidad wes wee bee wee vee wee os 387 3,609



Italy
Total wee _ wee we | gal.
112—04.9 Disriupep ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES N .E.S. CORDIALS

Ligueurs, Mixtures aNpD OTHER PREPARATIONS
CONTAINING SPIRIT

United Kingdom we wee vee is . | gal. 25 7,187
Bermuda 43 1,267
Trinidad . ve _ 377 7,213
Denmark wee ses wee see wee wee o 61 761

488 7,312
319 3,601

France wee a ae wee wee wee Ms
Holland we wee wee vee wee see ys

ToTaL wee _ .. | gal,

12. DIVISION—TOBACCO AND TOBACCO MANUFACTURES



121 Group—Tobacco Unmanufactured

121—01.1 Tospacco UNMANUFACTURED—LEAF, UNSTEMMED



1,322 | 20,1383

402 3.773

1,713 27,941

Canada wee a ee we _ wee lb. 270,000 307,639
India a vee wee wee ses an > 22,000 9,262
United States of America a see a we 7 2,742 4,527
’ Toran wee a aan wee db. 294,742 321,428







G7

IMPORTS CLF, — 1954



Table 8 (Continued)



S.LT-C. COMMODITY VALUE
CoDE ORIGIN Unir | Quantity | $ B.W.T.
122 Group—Tobacco Manufactures
122-—O1 CIGARS AND CHEROOTS
Jamaica lb. 38 385
Trinidad ... $ 24
United States of America 16 106
Cuba 2 A]
TovTaL lb. 64 556
122—02 CIGARETTES
United Kingdom lb. 28,241 82,718
United States of America y 40 174
ToTaL ib. 28,281 $2,892
122—03.1 ToBACCO MANUFACTURED FOR HUMAN CONSUMPTION |
(SMoxinc, CHEWING)
United Kingdom lb. 3,178 10,418
United States of America 7 7 15
ToTaL lb. 3,185 10,433
122--03.2 SNUFF
United Kingdom Ib. 6,142 7,583
United States of America 124 241
Tora. ib. 6,266 7824















IMPORTS CLUE. — 1954

Table 8 (Continued)

























S.T.C. COMMODITY VALUE
CopE ORIGIN Univ | Quanriry | $ BAW.
2 SECTION—CRUDE MATERIALS [NEDIBLE EXCEPT FUELS
22 DIVISION—OIL SEEDS, OIL NUTS AND OIL KERNELS
221 Group—Oil Seeds, Oil Nuts and Oii Kernels
221—02 CoPRA
Dominica ... - 1 owt. Is.425 284.754
Grenacla 3.609 56.355
St. Kitts-Nevis 2.488 39.480
St. Lucia ... 12.514 194.157
St. Vincent 35.254 553.432
ToTaL ewt. 72.290 | L128.178
221-08 (a) OTHER On. Sexnps. Or Nurs anp Ot KERNELS
Cyprus wee cwt. 219 4.410
Toran ewt. 219 4.410
24 DIVISION—WOOD , LUMBER AND CORK
241 Group—Fuel Wood and Charcoal
241-—01 FUELWOOD (INCLUDING SAWDUST)
British Guiana ton O94 78.316
Dominica ... 126 1,260
St. Lucia... 162 1,620
Tora. ton. 5.882 SE.196
241—02 CHARCOAL
British Guiana ton 2.634 158.040
Dominica ... 2? 120
St. Lucia ... 331 19.860
ToTan ton 2.967 178.020
242 Group—Wood in the Round or Roughly Squared
242—09 Poves. Pininc, Posts aND OTHER Woop IN THE
Rounb excerr Prrproes
British Guiana _ oS 770
St. Lucia ... —- 773
Tovar, — 29,552
243. Group-—-Wood Shaped or Simply Worked
LUMBER, SAWN. PLANED. GRrooveD, TONGUED ETC.—
CONLEER !
?43-—O02.1 Dovarias Fre
Canada sup. ft. | 3.329.458 562,191
Toran sup. ft. | 3.329.458 562,191



(a) This tneludes S.LT.C. Ttems 221—on to 2u1—ud









69
Table 8—(Continued)

IMPORTS C.1.F. — 1954





















S.L'T.C. COMMODITY VALUE
CopE ORIGIN Unir | Quantity | $ B.W.I.
243—02.2 Pitcu PINE
. Bahamas ... vee wes Lee wee wes .. | sup. ft. 304.695 49,768
British Honduras wee see . . 305,242 51,125
United States of America 7 801.843 189,893
Nicaragua 681,706 158,545
ToTaL wae ne ies ... | sup. ft. | 2,093,486 449,331
243—02.9 OTHER LumBrER, Sawn, PLANED, GrooveD, TONGUED
ETC.—CONIFER
Canada... tee ce wes ... | sup. ft. | 3,013,115 635,613
ToTaL wee wee bee . | sup. ft. | 3.013.115 635,613
LUMBER Sawn. PLANED, GROOVED, TONGUED ETC.-—
Non—-CONIFER
243—03.1 CARIBBEAN CEDAR
St. Lucia ... ve wee Le ... | sup. ft. 8,697 2,061
Trinidad we ves wee wee _ a 4 > | 104,619 29,203
TOTAL wee wee _ ... | sup. ft. | 113,316 31,264
243—03.2 Harpbwoop
British Guiana... ves wee we Les ... | sup. ft. | 172,248 48,720
Tora Lee eee bee .. | sup. ft. ' 172.248 48,720
\
243—03.3 OruerR LumBErR, Sawn, PLANED, GROOVED, TONGUED
erc. NON-CONIFER
British Guiana ve we i an .. | sup. ft. 7477 1.550
British Honduras eee ae foe 137 72
Dominica ... wee vee Lee Lee wes oe Soon 500 72
Grenada ... wee a vee wee wes wee “ . 61 12
St. Lucia ... ee wae wee wee wee wee tos 9,865 1,423
St. Vincent wee wee wee ee wee - Moo 500 100
Trinidad... wee wee wee wee wee wee re S44 208
Toran a wee se ... | sup. ft. 19,384 3.437
26 DIVISION—TEXTILE FIBRES (not Manufactured into
Yarn, Thread or Fabrics) AND WASTE
263 Group—Cotton
263—O1 Corron, Raw
Grenada ... wee ves vee we wee a Ib. 42.374 27,889
Toran bee was we a lb. 42.374 27,889











70

IMPORTS C.I.F. — 1954

Table 8 (Continued)



COMMODITY
ORIGIN

VALUE
Quantity | $ B.W.I.



263—02 (a) OrnER Corron , NoT MANUFACTURED INTO YARN,
THREAD OR FABRICS INCLUDING WASTE
United Kingdom
Trinidad a vee
United States of America

Tora.



Group—Jute
264-—01 JUTE, INCLUDING JUTE Currincs AND WasTE
United Kinudom

Toran

Group—Vegetable Fibres other than Cotton and Jute

265-—O1 (b) VeceTaBLE Fipres or FiLax, Hemp, Ramin, Sisau
AND MANILLA
United Kingdom
Holland ves

VEGETABLE Textu.e Fisres, N.E.S. aNnD WASTE OF
sucH FIBRES
265—09.1 Coconut FIBRE
Trinidad an see
United States of America

TOTAL

265—09.9 OTHER VEGETABLE TEXTILE FIBRES AND WASTES
United Kingdom ee |
!
|

TorTaL

266 Group—Synthetic Fibres

266—0! SynTHETIC FIBRES IN STAPLE LENGTHS SUITABLE FOR
SPINNING AND WASTE
Switzerland

ToTaL

267 Group—Waste Materials

{
267—01 Wasrr Marerrats From Trexrive Faprics
INCLUDING Racs
United Kingdom

TOTAL
(a) This includes 8 I 'T C items 263--02 to 268—04,
(bh) This inelndes 8S 1 T C Items 265—01 to 265—05





Ib.

tb.

Ib.
Ib.

Ib.
Ib.

16,271
{1,913
1,067

29,251



16] 234 13,269
457 312

161,691 13.581



2.107 782
2,107 782
20.019 9.981
20,019 9.981 .
336 99
336 99











IMPORTS C.LF. — 1954

Table 8 (Continued)





S.LT.C.
CopE COMMODITY
ORIGIN
27 DIVISION—CRUDE FERTILIZERS AND CRUDE

MINERALS, EXCLUDING COAL, PETROLEUM
AND PRECIOUS STONES

272 Group—Crude Minerals, excluding Coal, Petroleum, Fertilizer
materials and Precious Stones

272—O02 (a) SAND. GRAVEL, CLAY AND CRUSHED STONE,
INCLUDING TakRrep Macapam
United Kingdom
British Guiana
Dominica ...
Trinidad ... wee wee
United States of America
ToTaL
272—05.1 Saut, Coarsk anp Rock
United Kingdom
Anguilla
Tora.
272—05.2 Sat, FINE
United Kingdom
Holland
ToTaL
272—05.3 Sart, TABLE
United Kingdom
Canada
TorTaL
272—06 SULPHUR
United Kingdom
Tora
272—07 (b) OTHER CrupE MINBRALS EXCLUDING CoaL. PETROLEUM

FERTILIZER MaTeRiaALsS AND PRECTOUS STONES N.ELS.
United Kingdom
Holland
Ttalv

TOTAL







ewt.

ewt.

ewt.

ewt.

cwt.

ewt.

cw.

ewt.

cwt.

cwt.

QUANTITY



5C
1.689



1.739







VALUE
$ B.W.I.

2,696
216
20
624
7,140

10,696

192
1,860

2.052

107,064
1.589

108,653

53

53

7 gan
1,004

81]

8,745





(a) Includes SITC Items 272—02 to 272—04.
(b) Includes SITC Items 272—-07 to 272—19.













IMPORTS C.1.F. — 1954



S LTC. COMMODITY
CODE ORIGIN

29. DIVISION—ANIMAL AND VEGETABLE CRUDE
MATERIALS, INEDIBLE, N.E.S.

292 Group—Crude Vegetable Materials , Inedible, n.e.s.

292—.02 Natural Gums, REsIns aNnD BaLSam
United Kingdom wee
Anglo-Egyptian Sudan ...
British West Africa
India ee see wee
United States of America
Abyssinia ...

France
Tran
Portugal
Sudan

Tora.

292—03 VEGETABLE MATERIALS FOR PLAITING (E.G. FOR
Baskets, PLairep Ruas), INCLUDING BaMBOoO
United Kingdom -
Dominica tee
Hong Kong
Jamaica

ToTAL

292—04 (a) PLants, SEEDS, FLOWERS aND Parts or PLANTS,

Table 8—(Continued)



UNIT

N.E.S. I
United Kingdom a
St. Lucia ... wee wee
Trinidad wee wee we
United States of America vee
Belgium eee
Hawaii wee
Venezuela .
ToTaL
292—07 Cut FLOWERS AND FOLIAGE
Canada wae wee
United States of America
Holland
Tora.
292—09 VEGETABLE Saps, JUICES AND EXTRACTS, N.E.S.

(excerpt DyEING anp Tannina ExTrRacts) aND VEGE-
TABLE MATERIALS INCLUDING PECTIN, ALGAE AND
Kapok, N.E.S.

India

Tortola

Haiti

Toran

(a) Includes SITC Ttems 292—04 to 292—06.

28,051
1,104
448



43 465
118
672

5
1,568
2,170

77,636

1,487

6,376
130

8,123

1,016
1,100
2,300

4,416

VALUE

Quantity | $ B.W.I.

2,170
380
155

51

7.742

156

133
644



11,507

1,695
109
7,478
117

9,399

1,673
1,650

12,050
595
674

40

16,778

549
768

1,374

152
172
298









Table 8 (Continued)

IMPORTS CLIP. — 1954







(a) Includes SITC Items 311—01 to 311—93.























S.LT.C. COMMODITY VALUE
CopDE ORIGIN Unir | Quantity | $ B.W.I.
3 SECTION—MINERAL FUELS , LUBRICANTS AND RELATED
MATERIALS
31. DIVISION—MINERAL FUELS, LUBRICANTS AND
RELATED MATERIALS
311 Group—Coal, Coke and Briquettes
3L1—O1 (a) CoaL, Coke and BRIQUETTES OF CoaL. LIGNITE, ETC.
United Kingdom wee ton 15 1,532
United States of America - 1,119 48,921
ToTaL ton 1,134 50,453
312—Group—Petroleum, Crude and Partly Refined for further
Refining (including Natural Gasoline)
312—0l PETROLEUM, CRUDE
Venezuela ton 8.338 345,162
Tora. ton 8.338 345,162
313 Group—Petroleum Products
Movror SPIRIT INCLUDING GASOLINE AND BLENDING
AGENTS
313—O1L.L AVIATION SPIRIT
Trinidad val. 382.996 | 143,131
Toral. gal, 382.996 | 143,13]
313—01.9 OrHeR Moror Spirit anD BLENDING AGENTS
United Kingdom gal. 108 794
Canada 6 88
Trinidad 3.286.216 | 742,626
Torar gal. 3.286.330 | 743.508
Lamp Om and WHITE SPIRIT
313—02.1 Powrr KEROSENE
Trinidad gal. | 17,785 4,751
TOTAL cal, 17.735 4,751
313—02.9 OrHer Kerosent, [TLLUMINATING OILS
Trinidad oe gal. 22VL5G6 | 464.957
Duteh West [ndies 330 0)
ToTaL gal. 2211926 | 465.037
313—08 Gas OIL. DiesEL Or AND OTHER FUEL OiLs
Trinidad ton 1.765 | 101,388
Venezuela 6.020 | 221.571
TOTAL ton F785 | 322.959









T4
Table 8 (Continued)
IMPORTS C.LF. — 1954



S.LT.C. VALUE
CoDE COMMODITY Unir | Quantiry | $ B.W.I.
ORIGIN

pe i a | | He f

313—04-1 LosricatTiInG Os



United Kingdom we see wee wes wee gal. 79,047 87,404
Trinidad . . wee wee wee ee 1,378 822 .
United States of America wee wee we we 3 69,836 93,918
Toran ce ee fe 150,261 | 182,144
gal, |__|

313—04.2 LusBricaTiIna GREASES

United Kingdom wes a ves bee we Ib. 20,753 4,107
Trinidad . tee we vee se a 145,755 8,608
United States of America vee wee ee cee ” 47,818 9,132

TorTaL vee ves we eee lb. 214,326 21,847



313—05 MINERAL JELLY AND WAXES
(INCLUDING PETROLATUM)



Canada... . we te we wee Ib. 90 67
United States of America wes wes se ae » 89,200 14,206
ToraL se tee wee we Ib. 89,290 14,273





Pircu, Resin, PerroLeuM, ASPHALT, COKE OF PETRO-
LEUM AND OTHER BY-PRODUCTS OF CoaL, LIGNITE,
PETROLEUM AND OIL SHALE INCLUDING MIXTURES
witH AspHaLt, N.E.S. nor CHEMICALS

313—09.1 Roap OIL



United Kingdom see wee wee wee wee ton ll 1,918
Trinidad ... . ves vee se wee a » 2,169 127,542
Dutch Guiana... wee we wee cee vee ” 1 129
Holland... eee wee wee we we aes 4 1 215

ToTaL wes wee bes wee ton 2,182 129,804

313—09.2 ALL OTHER BY-PRODUCTS OF PETROLEUM

United Kingdom see wee wee tee ees wee a 6,061
Canada... vee wee sae wee wee ves wee wee 75
Trinidad ... wes see vee a eee ve 5,335
United States of ‘America wee wee ses eee wee vee 815







ToTaL wee wee aes wee wee aes 12,286







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•. I -;•,~.t,. \ .,. VOL. XCII. @fficial == = ==============================• --=======-,-,-=-c PUBLISHED BY AUTHORITY ----------================~==,:============ BRIDGETOWN, BARBADOS, 17TH JANUARY, 1957 ==================----=-=-==----= -=--= ======MEETING OF LEGISLATUJIE Tht• T1egislatiw Corn!(•il will nH'et 011 Friday 1 Hth ,fallllary, HJ,"it at :i.:w o 'l'l(J( : k ]l.lllThe House of Assembly w-ill meet on Tuesday :2:21Hl .January, HL"i7 at : . l o l'lol'k p.111. :\TJ1:: Xu. :33 GOVERNMENT NOTICES Resumption Of Duty V. I. deL. Garrington, .Aeting Registrar, on the 1Hth ,January, 19:i7. (}LP. L. ?87) 'l'ht• llouonrnble Dr . A. ~t'ato , i\l.L.C., Polic ~ '.\l,di1al Offi1:1•r, Distrid "A", OH tht> l?th .Jamrnn , J!);i7 . . U.P.--L. :m;i7~ Leave Th, I lo11omahle Dr. A. S. Cato , 11.L.C., Poli,,• ;\J , •di, ,il Oftit•r, Distriet "A", dnty lravt• with l'ffr•d !'rom l!)th .Ja111wr:, l!L"i'i. Acting Appointments Dr. A . L. Stuart to at:t as Pulit:t• i\Iedieal Oftic1 r, Di s tri, t :\ " , "ith pff 1> c-t from l')th .Janwu_v, l!l;i7. ' :\l.J> .1,. :H);j7) Dr. F. X. Cran111m1, ll<•alth Ofti1•r (l'ort), b d .. -. ~1ior :l\frdi1al Offierr of Health in 1jmwtio 11i1h his s11hstantiw d11ti<'s with <'fft ' l't frorn 1st ,fann m-.", l\l;i7 . : :\f.f'.-:l!J;i8 Vol. JI) air. 7lrt' IJJ.,S'fc ( ;_ l~. \\'dli11gto11 , l:aniskr-a , t-l.1a11. to ad , : ,; 1'11li, , , . \lagis1rat1 , l)i s trif't ''E " , 1rith l'lfeet l'rom 1 8 th .J;i1111a1,1 , 1 !1.,7. 1 .\I.l'. 1-177) Appointment TJ1, t ;,,y, 1wr iu-Bxel'.11ti1e Cou11nitt .January, F/.1,. ( :\,). L'. ;j(),j / ;l) Sugar Industry Agricultural Bank His .Exedll'ney the G0yernur has appuiute<.l th,~ Ifoucurabl1 .J. A. Mahon, M.L-C., to be his nominee on the Sugar lndw;try A;:;rieultnral Hank fo1 tlH Legi,-\ai in N1ssio11 HJ56-Gl. His lhtl'lkney h:1s ai . so appoiuted Mr. l\Iahou as Chairnian of the B t rnk fo1 t h r 8'r~sion. I ;il.P.-llOG/:3')/S. 1) LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICES The applieation of \Vatts ilarut:tt, of Lal.ion, N,. Sp,<, r,-;, Ch., Ch., for penui~sion to sl'll Spirit~, :\falt Liquors , &1 .. at a woodl'n sl1op attaeh e d to a 1rnll b11il1li11gat Laho11; ~r. SpP111s; Ch. Ch.; 1Yithin Di, . i. "'B". DaJt•(l this lGth day of ,Ja1uHir> l 1 1;i7. C. L. WA.LWY~, Pol i1t' lVIagistn1t1•, l)i,-t. B '. 1rnnirox ~\. B . \l\'.'\ETT. for Appli,ant. '.'\.B . This appli1 : atio11 will IH' ,~id1r"ll at a Lin•nsing Court to lw held at Poli,P ('011rt. Distri,r ''B" Oil ::\Iontlay th<• :28th day or .Jallllill'_\. l!).i7 :Lt 11 o ', : lo, : k , a.m . C. L. ,VALWY:'\.

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OFFICIAL GAZETTE -h~L\l{Y 17, 1957 Lll~lTOH LICEXSE XUTll'ES-Gunl 'd Application for a New Liquor License Und,:'!r 'The Liquor Licenses (Amendment) Act 1912. :\;1111,: CY'.'\'l'lllA <>. \\"ELCll. ( lt(tpation: NllUl'l(BEi'ER. Uc,-,id(•tll'.(': l'IIU,Cll STHJET, ~-T. l'ETER. ])('sl'.riptiou a1Hl Situation of 1'1tic-l'~: l'an l>:' a Une Storey \rnll aucl wuocleu buildi11g at , iitmh Street, ~t. Peter. Dakd thi,, 1-th day of ,January, l!l.-17. •re :-SYDXEY ll. xdn:-rn, Es(1., .\g-. Polil:e. ~lag:i:,;tratL', Di,-,trid '' E. CY:\TlilA 0. WELl'IL J\ppli(a11t. .\.!;.-This applilatiuJ1 \rill Le eu11,-,idl'l'< 0 l1 at L L1,.<'ll~i11gCourt to lw hdd 011 :\I011r1a_1 ~811, da.1 ul: .l;,1111ar,\, 19,i7 at l'ulil'L• Court, Di,-,tnt 'E." at 1!. ~TD:\EY 11. :\l"W•-rn. Ai2. !'tili,t' l\Ia.gistratl', Di,,t. '' E." Transfor 'flw application of :\Iary E. Marshall of Coaeh H i ll. }:;t. ,John tht> pnrlha,-,er of Liquor Lile11,;e ?\':,. \l~!l of 1957 g-ranted to Harold ProvC'rbs & Cu. in 1:e :;ped of a boawcl and shingled :,;hop at lla,nws Hill Nt. .John, to remoYe :--aid License to a boan1 and_gal nmiz,, shop at Coach Hill, St. ,Tohn and to n,;e 1t at s11d 1 la8t dC':-;erib('d prC'mises. Dated this Hith day of ,Tauuary, ] !l,""ii". T .. :D. A. WlLLL\:\IS. Es(1., ~\-. Poli(•(' :\lw.d:--trnte Dist. "C." EDWARD MAW-.;.\LL, for ,\ppli,ant. :--.-. B.-'l~his appllfation ,rill Lt 1 (:--;idt•rt•e_l at <~ t.ict~:1:..:i1Lg (_ourt to bP held on ::30th .Januar,\ 1~)~7 at 11 o'clnl'!-.: ,1-111. at Poli,<' (\rn1t,, Dist.''('." D A. WI LI.L\:\1::-\. ,\g. l'tiliLt :\lagistrafr, })i~t. ' c' Removal 1 ;,• appli,al io11 of :\lillil'e11t l.~d,r. ,-,\1"pk,H h1: ,;oad. l\,111k ilall :-;t_ :\lit:ila,, ilold, "t' Liquor Li,,!k<' Xo. 11+:2 in nspe1t of a board a11d ,;iliHgl1•Ll , '•i \,itli sil,d1",t' ;1tt.1,h,•d a1 1(1•\\' I:oad. L,ti;k !Liil, ~;t_ ::\li,ila<'I fo1 J'l'l'lllis,,io11 to n\( ,;;ii!1 liq1101 lf i to a li1•;1rd a11d sl,ingled sliop with 1"c•sid!•J11,' ,1.tt;ll'h,,l at lh1.1"" !Iii], Hank Hal], ~t:\li,hael, a11<1 1<1> 11,,,it at 1 ill' .siiid lm;j 111,tio1Hli,i• .\lc1itis1n1ti•. Dist. "A''. ::\ITLLICEXT i.YDEU. A pp 1 ilaut. X.B.-'l'hi,appiil 0 <1tion will be ( 0 011si,i,,,.,,ll a-1 a J;i<,('ll:,ing ( 'otll't to i><• ilel'-t of :-;11pii11t1'11d1 01 l'ri.-.,o!ls. :-;t_ l,win. Salary And Allowances Tlti• post ,,uTil•,-, a ,-,a);t1•.1 ul' 8~.:-i:-iU x :j;l~(J :j;:J,tj()() p1 :111m1m \Yiliiil i-., al,,o :;11bj,,; l'itiwr transport or Pth,,nri,,,_ :in pa_1ahll'. Quarter-., Passages, &c. 1< 1 !'Pl' tmfnn1ishC'd qm•l't1rs ,rill lw providiil. ],'l'!' fir,-,( (' lei,-,,; JJassaps not l'Xt<•l'd i ll!l" ii \"l' passa\•, in al1. ,rill b<' proYidPd on first appointm1•nt for rh, oflilP1, Iii.,, \\if1, and L"hildr, ,rho an• 111Hli'l' Pighti•('J! ,\'Pill's of ag,•, 111111taniC' YidC'd i11 alrorc1arnP with lnil-rs anc1 thi• l•'i1w11iial 1i11fp,., i11 J'111i i11 1h\' \\"i11(hnlnl Island, f1on1 titlll' tu ti111e. Appl ica,tion .\pp! i1:t1 io11s m11st he i 11 t lti 1•;1 nd idate ',; l 1\\ ]rn]l(hniti11'.2 and sho11ld th, follo,ring par: i, Jars:~ (a I 1 li, :-;, !1"ul~, Colleg-1•.,. i,. ;1t \I liid1 L'di1l'ilti•d u11d (itific;1t,•s a1111 ljlt:tlifii,11 ions oi>tai1,,,:. ,1itl1 dat,•.',. (,• i \':1t111•p or ptr•,;('llf and p:t,1 ("lllJJlo~-111,. \l'itlt d.t,t('\o,. t ii Eul(Jlit111,,; l'arwl in p1•, ... ;it po,;1 ("r JH;,' i11 ,rhi!h last ('lilJ)lu.n'ii,. l':1s1 <'Xj)('l'i,mi• i11 1n1rk ,,in1il.:1r tl, 1h,!1 , . . _ , 1 11ir,d in 111!' pl1,,1 1111\\. ady,•rti-.e(1. (J' i .:\larital stilt us and n1:111lwr :,r (ilildri•n. ... \ppli1•ant:--; :-,;hunld ;1h.;(> f11r11j~-di topies (it' ti-still1011i,1ls (,rlti,lt will 1wt h• l'!'itll'lll'C1l l'l'l'tifi,,d as tnlf' ,opii•s b~, a -T11sti,•p of tltl' L'e,\l(•. :\fin i-,t"l' ot' Ri•ligion, 01 a 1fea<1 of a (3oy,rn Ht DPpartrn,t. ,\ppli,atit>11s which clo 1101 1•unt;1i11 th(• n•q11i1il i11for111ation ,rill Hot lw cousie1n,:1. ~\ pp] i,a 1 iu11s ~lrnnld lw at1lli'<•:-;,,, il lo the S,ni tan of tilP Pnhli1: Cornmission Conrn1. Offiei'. Ca,.trie~. fk Lmia. ,11H1 shonl
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OFFICIAL GAZETTE. 3] h h1i1_\. ,'.;i\ , i !1 at it i,; till' i11lltioil uf th _\ssu, ia t i11;1 k110\\ 11,; tit, J;arbado" _\,-,-ueiation i:o, tlt1• Blinp 1, i11t1 ,H t to tli\' ll"" ' 11!' C 'nlkdo1 of C11sto1!,.,. S1. \ 111 L p:1rti1:1il,11 ,": 11l1i1•l1 :11 , a, follmn; : --Appointment ' l'ht: post i, .it pn ,11r 1w11-p 1 1i,;i,,n.ihl 1. l,11 1 ,,1 ,ps arP lwinir takt"il to d , it \H'!lsio,iahlP. Tl11• ap poi11tm,t r: 1r ri1 s with it th1• liability t11 1l'i!11,-!'1•r 1o an)po;-;I of 1p1irnl1t status \\ithi11 tli, \Yin 1 h,ard hlau<1,-. Thi Offii•r will h<• ,-11hjt'r-t 1(1 1IH t'olnni:-il R1gnl, :,tio1 1,;. (11rnl (lr1krs ant! Fi1w11,i,il .ind Si lli'I' ]fol es ol' tli, \\-i111hrard lsland,-, fol' th1 ti11H• lwi1 !:: i11 fon . i11 "" [a1 a s th<' _\ nr, ;ippli, hk. Salary And Allowances Tlw salar: of th, pos1 i,;;,t th, rn.t, of ~:;_:rn11 )l<'t' rn111nrn i1 1 thP ,wal1 of ~;l,:l(iO x 1:2() :r;.J-.:3:2\J. pl11.; a pa,\ additic11 of 2 0% nl' salar. 1 . Tl'11Y : l! i ; 1: a11Ll s11bsist,c, all0\111111<'s ar1 pa_ntl1I P i11 ; 1 ,•,•()!'d.1 1 w 1 \\ ' ith l1w:i l rr•g 11 latious. Duties TIJ,. of!i,.,.,. \\'ill iw t:•,-pn11,-ibl l' !'or ilu gc ral 11;;111i1 ,•;n( 1 t and at!111i11ist1'1ltio11 of {Ill' ('.n,-tmns an, , E: , , i ,-; : J) ., pa1 i 111,r. a11d fol' the ohs,•r\'a!J P of lh, . pruYi s i 11,; "f all La1\ ,p1rtai11i11!:! lo tri!dl' a11d l:ll'i li111J,; i!lt d ex1•i;,1•. lI1 \1ill also 1arn ont tlw 1li1til., ,,;' i,v:.; i,,tnn of R:iippi11g. and ill' till' T'11il1c1 l(iw, '10111 T nu !,• ( ' : >1T1"•,illlllll P 11t. Qualifications . \ 11 i11t i n , at1• c1<,,11ai11,mw, 11itli all 1llatt1 ., r p la :; . i11'.: l11 'l'rnd, a11d C'11,-to111s m>rk and l11si11Ps; :.:rcr al1.\, ;111 d :1 !;110\1!1•dg• nf 1h, dnti r •,pf tlu• R1•i,-trar ,,!' S;'hipping. Quarters 1d ,;li••tilli ,,dt him not l: :t, tlrn1: . ,,, 1 _-, , i: ;.,,]!!'Ital',\' , l!1.i7. IN THE COURT OF r..:u::ve:!ON PLEAS TllE ;;.\,:!;,\[)l):-i: ().IJ!'EU.\Tl\E ('il'i'TO\ [, ',\ ( 'T( >!l Y I ,L\LI Tl~ l l a111l I\ '!'di•: ~11.\l"J'Ei: Ol ' TllE CU) !l'.\.\lB;:, ACT mm \; 1 ' l i ( i~ h l11,i,:, gi1T1t , lwt a pditi(Ju wa,; 1i1t il11 . lii 11 da.1 of .Ja1111a1y 1U,-:i7, pn•se11tt'J. to !tis Lonls h i p :ill . \t-1il!g ( ' hil'I ' . Judg: .. (; f tlw Goud (,r ( ' "111m,11 1 l 'l .. :1:-; i>y i IH ai>o,Ttlilllll'd Compa11y to fin11 1111 alll'rntion of thC' sRid t'l>lllJ)illl,\''s ol j1 r:ts pro po.'-i1•d 1., lw by a ,;pccial l'1's1>l11tion of d1.~ 1J)illl,\. h1•ld 011 th, : :! :!r d d a _; n f .\pril l!l,,-1-. a11d suhse1111ttl~ urn11ti111n11,;I) , tin11,•d at a11 1•xtn10nli11a1•~ g1n1n1.l rnPPI i11g of iii, -,aid 1n111p1111." hl'l1l on tlt1• 7th day I'!' ::lfr,., 1 'J.i . L and \\hi,h rpsol11tio11 1s ,1,follo,ws :' ''i'/;iil tlH pro1 isio11,; ol' 1!w , \lPn1mandum 0!' c\sso1iation 1rith l'<'S JH'l'l tu thl' Co111pa11,\ ',; obj P tts J .,. ;1lt, , 1 h.•. <1dili11_,: ;: p:1l';i:~1,1p] : ti, b: 1: 11mber , I ;--; , 1 ' " \ 'i:1,,.,, :: i:J '-lHl1 .'.I,u1.1n111t111rn o;" As,;ol'id riou th, \Yords followi11 that is to sav :(S) 1 Tu ,•,;tablisli ;1 11d :11ppod 111 a . id.i11 :liv :,, 1i1Lli"!: 11Hi a11d -;11pport of assl'ts ;~nd to r-uter int; ::11y st!t1 1111 ntl,Hlat<'l'S011". '' A1 1d 1101 il'e i ,f111llwr gin that tlw said petitioH :s rnysrlf or his pnrpo,w, and a copy of tlw said pdition will bP fnn1ishrd to any such person l'Pqniringthr same, b~ the c-ompany',; solicit.or,; 1\T<• ssis. f' nttlP. f'atfor '

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32 OPFICL\.L GAZB'l'TE L\:s;n un : 17, 19 57 PERSONNEL OF THE SUGAR PRODUCT10N AND EXPORT CONTROL BOARD FOR THE CURRENT LF.GISLATIVE SESSION. ' !"lit iii, ,,-1111 u i .\;c:rll'.lllillrt\ l ' lininHau ' ;" !w j l . ;_ L. 'l'horne, 1\l.C.P. 1 j r .. \fo.D. Bhmt : , i t . IT. A. C. Tlw111as I i.I'. Hl ,1 N. :W) \,1-r 1 1 :; No. c Hl l j l L r _) ~ <' c l iu 11 :J ( :! ) and (( i ) uf c\d, lq-J.U-:l. . \ppC1int ,, , l hy 1 lw ' Go Y('l' lllll". ~=tiRSONNEL OF THE PEASANTS' LOAN ; ::.AdK FOR THE CURRENT LEGISLATIVE SESSION :' lt t Diredor of .AgTiculture, i ll' llononrable :1. A. Mabon : r. !J. E. Smith, )I.C.P. ..\ ! l'. l~ . 8 t. ~ \. 11 0 ld r , 2VL C ~. l'>. ~li t. I\. E. ~ ,ftl(t•n zi l' :'. !.!'. + i N. :! / 1 ). XoncE No. 12 -(fifth p uL li c,atio n ,1 . BARBADOS SCHOLARSHIPS, 1957 The exa mination for Ba rbado s Sc hol l:Jr,11ii;s 1nl h(' the e:s:a mination for t he Ueneral C ert iiieat(' 01 F(ln ca tion (Advaneccl and :~c holar.-d1ip Iwvcls) c, 1110 O:s:ford and Cambridge Schools E: rn min~ . ticn fo nr d, and will he held in Bl'iclgrt o'."1"'11 in -Tnly nc s:t in :1c("onlance with th r Timr T a ble of the Ex it mi11a tio11 Bo ar d. Cand i clat es ,Yi11 he ,': qw cte d to off e r a t le:1:;t ,n , , s nb.ie ct a t S, lin la rsi, i r J ,( 'Y e l aP . !Ji lcir en of a ,rntive of Barhacl., : , ; 01 (c l) chil clr en 0f prrsons who ar r , 1:,rn i,~il<'c, a ncl h av e bnt in Baro ntl '. S for a periorl o f n ot lr ~;; than r, n rT,) Y( •ars . { \ 1 _11 t l:dcitts niu st p :i, ; 1 '. Jt:( ' \ \"ii l1 tl :f ll -: i'. i ri:1 C" rtjfi ,-• nt Ps, :; ;. ; \1, il ; -t,; 1 1 : fi . . ,; <: t1r ' ,1 , ;i l:. , t , ,,.1r i :., tha t tlw,, .;w, Y e lH, . 'n re : , , j ,-;; , c 1 11 r ~ir , , ,.111, .:,;, , 11 in Barbados (:n:1 tola1 p , ' !'; , >, ! , _ ,:: 11,,t i t •,;-; tL• H tl 1 ,,, un :ea n; w i t hin 1 h e 1w rio d , )f fiy e ;-; ) Y r,ff , , i rnm rcl iat e lv 1w ec eding th e vear of r.w arY1nor. . . ~ppuinh•d by tile L eg isiafrn• C111rn,il. .\ p pmtm< nt. <>f E1l11t:iltiu11. PnbliL: Bnildin;..:s, Bridg e1 lJ\\T l. C,1Htl i ,la t 1 ;-; 1t111 ~1 b t ' a 111Hh'r tm•ut~i_ ~U) y ea rs of age or :Jh -Tamrnry, l!);"j'i ; , b) rn 1tiv, s of Barbados; 01 ( t) , hildr e n of a natiYe of Barbado s; or d I ild1 11 11f il('l"~ On s ,Yho ar e domiciled ai ,t1 l1 Hw hecu re;.; id e nt in B ariJados /" u , il 1w1io r l of not le~;s 1han t C' n (10 ) Y l'ar s . ' ; 1 11,1ida1, ,~ rnn s t pn1dn c<' \Yi th 1 h e ir a Ji pli <:a t ic-;1,; Hfrtl1 ( 1 <'1"1 ili t at,•s ii: , \ \" t•ll ,h ,,, , J'lifi(tl statement~ ri PC'la 1i1 1~ _ , ! h : t : t h <: .l1aY1• ll <' ( ' t t rc : i viu g1 h e ir e dn •ation i11 B al'h ,;dq,; for a t ota l p e riod nf n ot l es:, ' h a n tl 1 : <'e > f' ar , ; ,vi thin the peri o d of fiv e yerr r s rnmrr1int-f' l:,pr<' 1P cl i J1;i the ? em of awarrl. and th;iL h f' ir morn .I har ac Pr a nil _ gr 1wrnl rn ndn c t m c atisfadorv . '.R A pp ii1m1'. s fo r ac lmis ~ion a-; r-andiclat c" fo , narh ;~do~ f lr> H " " llrJH'nt Exhibition s mu s' . al : ,' for '-.rn nl dfr r et to tlw n.,, ,i ,: trnr o f th e> 1"111 , ,: j j -~f 'n1l e> p T' of th<' 1Yr s1". T ndi rs , .Tanrn ith, 1 he i, r : pr:ltr•ahon s fo1 Entramrto t] J(' Ur.1 -., -i" ; •,.:if:~ (:nll n!_: 1 1 T'l10 e l ns: in ~; rl-1t(} fo ~~ n~1 n]ii:, , , i n w : f , , ,. 1 ::11trmwr i s :1 1 , t .fap n ar~ . 1'Fi7 a,w 111 < f F c ln e ation, 10th .farn 1 a ry. 10:i7. ,

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,J A-"U (RY 17, 1957 0 ... 1CIAL GAZETTE TAKE NOTICE EQUAN IL That ,TUHX \YYE'l'll & 8ItOT1IE1t, LDilTED. 1pany orga11is1'd m1L' one mouth from 1 lw 1 Utli day of .Lt 1111:: r.1 19G7 miles,; sornl' per,-,011 ,-,hall in tl11 mea111im1• gi,.•. 11oti1, in duplil'ak to mt at my offot, or op posit iu11 or ,rnd1 regi:stratiou. 'l'lw trad1' m,,rk ,au lw s:"lt rn: ,;;pplin1tiun at my oftiie. Dat,d this !Jtlt clay of .]amiar.v 1!)37. l;~\llB.\DOS. IN THE COURT OF CHANCERY in 1m1s1ia11cl' uf tlte Clta11Lery ~ht l!JUli, L do hereby give uotil'.e tu all persu11s hayiug u1 dai,.uug ,my c•statL•, 1igltt or iutl'rl'st ut any lien or inl'lll:111:rance i 11 ur afi'L 1 ing 1 lll' property uf the llefell(laut to bri11: hefm,, lllL' an att:0111n ot their daims ,ritli tl11•i1 wit1H•sse,; d1wm11t•ut,.; a11d youd1ers to ill'. l'xam inecl bv rne ou a11v 'J'iil'sd,l\or l;'ridav hetweea lhe honrs ;,j' 1:: 110011 a1ul :) u'i:l0tk in th;. afterno0n at rlw Rl'::istr:ii :1111 ( )lfr, T1l\n1 [!all, Brid:t'tuv. bdor1! th ::01h ~ ;1;[11;(•(1'~11!'(')1\,:-11' sevent;.11,( 1 ::~:1:1d '/ 1 ""'._~c11 h~11Hlrrl ::in:l f'i:.•:~1r:-ll\-,' :-:qnare f(l(l i}:i" 1 1 <1 1 ;nt..;.; .-\!,11t~:i11~~ :1n11., gin, nutiee to all perwus having or dainnug a11.',s1at1, ri.!,dit 01 i11terest or any lieu or i111,;umbranee i11 "!' ,1ii'1di11g: tlw property of the defo11da11t to bring :-t(lt, 1u1• an il\.'.1'.Ullllt (Jf thljl' daims with their wit .,, .. ,.,•,-; d(l,rn1t,-, a11d \'(11wlw1c; tu lw 1.xaiHi11l'd by 111, "11 ,111;'i'u,,-,day or }'riday 1Jetween the hours uf , :! 11" ii ml :; u 'tlol'k iu the afternoun at the Registra i i()1t Ufri,•(', Town Hall, Bridgetown before the 20th ,:aY 11J' .:\l,1r,i1 1957 in order that ,,uch dairns may be r,i11>i'tl'd 011 and rankr>d ael'onling to the natnre and 1, ,iorit '-. th1eof resn1!1tivelv otherwise such persons ;,,;j] i:,.' prec-lrnlrcl frim1 tlw benefits of any decree and i,,, , 1 ,prin(l nf all ,laims nn or against the said pru1 () 1 1 ,\ ~. < lS'(',\ U ELT-l..\ I! BHIDGK\l .. \X ,'), (, n1l1111i: :-;AM! 'El, a\SllF'lELD HEADLEY /';-opr ,-/y: ,\LiJ 'l'JIA'l' 1ertain pieee ur parcel u, Lmd :,illlat,, at :-;t. Hdeus in the parish of ~aint , ;,,,,rg, in tl1is lsla11d lfonnerly part of the lantls of .~I. 1l,iu1s I fo1rnerly ecmtaining by admeasuremeut .t,.1,,, fill<' l'Ood Sl'\'Pll pen:hes but fuund by SLU• \'('\' lll,ld1• h\' L. H. Hc 0 dman a11d L. G. (~uintyne, ~1;on1 :,-,:nn,:\'Ot'" on wccm(l :o-fovernber One thousand 1:• lrnnc1ni ancl tif1\-,:.ix to contain bv admeasnre :111t !'011, ane:-; 0110 roocl 1.welv,, a.nil four fifths i1,•:-; 1 i 111 lusive 0f sixteen and three-tenths perches ;,: a r11arl i11 ,mmwn whieh rnns along the sonti1ern J,()1111cb1y o\' 1l1e saic1 parcel or land ancl ]pads 'o the 1Jnblie ro;H1: Tln1ti11!_!' a11
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L OFFICIAL GA.ZE'1TI ~ TAKE NOTICE SPUD ' l'ha i l'IIIL!l' 1 1UIUn 8 J ~ ( t' U l:i_' lli / . \_ ' i '~l), a < '[ H>ra ii o a m g a1 :iz l d 1111d e xi :-, ti11g l!Hd e r th e law ;; o f th e 8tatp or \'i1 i11i a, ( ' 11i re .l :-i1< lt1 ; ; Il l ' , \ rnni ,•; ,, ~ \l a 1 1 ufa d1 1 . , . " Ji,'.: , . t rn clt 0 1 b 11, ; 11c s , i1•.ltl1• . , ,, i : '. JOO Patk ~\Y l' lLlH', Cit~ u t X ,\1_ Y Drl;, ~ia 11 of S , 1 ' , , . ,; k. !".H.,\ .. lias appl i, •d fo r thP rC'gistrntion of il tnl(11• mark i11 Part '' .'' , ' ' of Ht•gi,.,\t'l' iu n•:-,p e et ll~ Ci g ,11\'tt,,,. 1i:~;ir., ; 111il t olJ:1 1 <: o produds, and \\'ill b e 1 ;t i1 le,! t,, r,•.:isi 1 'l' th1 ,; c1 1 ,l! a Jt ,•r 1n1, lliOlith fr f P1l 1; 1, ,,;,J , ,1,1_1 , d ' .Ja n 11 a 1. 1 Hfi'i u11lc,;s xome p C' rsun s l ia ll i n 1 )i ,, ! lll'cl I1tim P g y,, n ll ti , in dupli,atito n w M 111. 1 o l'ii ,• , ,I ' < , p po,i tio n of s 111h r , •gi s trn t i o 1 1. 'J' h , trn d, 111111'k eau l w -.;, 11 oil i 1J> p lit• ; 1 h , >11 : 11 1<1 . 1 ol't i , : . . \. W. SYl\DI( ;SD ~. ~\dii1g R<' _<2i:-,t rn1 11f Tr:1d .> j \ b rl . , . TAKE NOTICE That TIIE X.\TJO\"'.\L L\SII l:E(; ISTE\\ ('((\IPAXY. a 1oi'poratic>1 1 orgn 1,iz,,,l ;;,ncl u11 r lp1• tht> law., of th rS h it,, of .:\lar.1\allf l. ('X i;.;t Lll ;.!' 1 nit, l Sl at( ,; of . Auw1ita , ::\1: a nnfa c:t nrers , whose trade or b11 s i1ws s a,ltl l'(' , -;S is :\fa j ll & K St1 e!s . Da~ 1 011, () h io . United Stat ,s of ., \rn P ri r s H ll t printiugand i s suing mechanism, calculating n w chanism, clata dassif,vin g: me,:lianislll, tn,c•\nil ill ; l ' or type printill: m r 1hn11ism. l'l'gist,•ri;1guw:•ha11i , :rn or :> sh cl rnwe1s: pap r r entting machines: pap e r ,;orti11 : machin e s ; rrn p: :-.;l ,l' ki ng :n a , h:11,•:-.; ; !\'!I d , l\, i !'a 1t , :11 d a,tess u ri e s o f saicl machines; pap e r in 0 1wral. snch as writi11g: lli\'Jl<'L'. pri11tin Jl H]h' L' , 1 :; p i' :,ilk p;qwr ,-trip ,; ancl re~Pipt paper; and sta. tion,r,\ ;irtide~ iu g,n, a l , sll l' h as form lwok,-, , : alt-: , !ii ,,, ;; ,,. r ipt. books and tablet:;, statement book s arn1 c •a,.; h r e g i s t r ,:l<' C'O n11 t bu u k:-, ; a11tl rn g:, u , , il . ;1 n i , ]1 s fo1 p1i1Jtin g , book s tor es , station e ry , litho 1aph. honkbirnli11 , u1 r < lb fl a rc l Jl 1 aki1w. i l' a v hi 1 ~ !.!. dr a win g :rncl th r o ff i , : \\Ti t in , !.!. \',il , lati11 gr < ' i..ris t, 11m<"l1ine,; and ;u ldin g 111,wl1i11,•, ; : a11ll ~ ilin : ,r 1 alii1wb, ,ornbi11ed c> l1 dl'i 1 , :l pr:1u 111g01 rnar k i n r; allcl tornm1mic,ati11 srstt• rn . J1ri11ti11:,r ink. ink ril>h111i,.; ; 1 1 u1 iEk rolls. and will b e Pntitled to regist e r th e san w affrr Olll' m o n t h fr o m th r 10tl1
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OFFICIAL GAZETTE 35 .\ i >' , . l I : \u. :!-+ ~ 1 1hird lJlliilit:ation) NOTICE lS HERgD't UI\'EX that it is the i11trntiu11 (,L thl' Vl'stry of the Parish of Sai11t Midrnd tu l:ans e to l1 l " iutrndrn:ed into the Ll'gislature or this bland a Bill to amt•ncl the V estrits 1\t-t 1911 ( 1!Jll-G ) ~. : J ,:,-; t " ,wt l10ri st~ thP saicl Vest1y to in c rease the salary o{ th , Co lledor oJ' lta.tc s aud J'arodtial Treasurer ol' ti\\' said parish to a maximw11 o f $(i , Oll0.00 per a111rnm and to increase the salary (,f the Clerk t0 the Churchwarden to ,--., maximm;1 of $3,19~.00 p er ,11111r11.o11, snch amendment to take effect from the 25th lh b1mH,h lihrariP~l th 1ouQ:holl t tilt '. Colony and \I i ll l:t l'Pqt1in rl lo J H'l'fo rm : 11th oth<'t' d11ti~ s' eo Jl(• t , 1 , , ith Librnry \\ ork u,,; ma., from tirnc L> tirn ;• h, ;1, . ,i _ !l ' llf . 'L l h., tlH• .Ad111i11is trnt or. l'rd1•n<(' \\ill ])(' giYt'll to appli1,111ts \Yli . , po"" , , the ~\,;s1wiateship l 'l'rtifoak of tht• E11gli:-;l1 Lili!,1r:•: .i.ss0tiation. Tli, post is 1wnsio11abl1. an(l m1, clH•im tu p e sion w,ptired in l'(',;jwd of 1n r ,:i,1r1s <_'olcmial St'ni ,L' ,ri l l lw rdairn•d. l <'n•,• first , . -lass passa•, . rnt e ,1ssr,;s mc11t noti r es. ( 4) ; \.inpers nn \l"lto i : , not (l , nnirikcl in 1'hi;; i, hn1l ;111,1 "lin. altl1oncd1 1101 hnving' r esi ded lH'rc for six month-,
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OFFICIAL Gl,ZE'l'TE .L\ .'\L \RY 17, l!)j7 NOTICE Statement of Unclaimed Articles etc., now in possession of the Police at Central, Hastings, Worthings, Black Rock, Belleplaine and District "A" Stations. All persons entitled to them should establish claims within one (1) month from the date of this Notice. DT~SCRIP'l'ION OF PnOPERTY Central Station One (1) Felt Hat One (l) H a ndbag On e (l) L ad i es' Hat , On e (I) Rubber Ch 1k One ( l) Motor Car Wheel Cap On e (1) Pur i:,e & brn (2) Pi eces of Gold On e (l} Vest One (l) Wrist Watc-h & Strap On e ( 1) Bicycle Eight , (8) Boxe s of Envelope s On e (1) Sport s Coat & Head Pie c e One (l) Fountain Pen On e (l) Receipt for B.T.C. Ti cke ts 01w (l) Gents' Shoe On e ( l) Car Tyre & Wheel ... One ( l) Pair of Ey e Glai-;ses One (1) F e lt Hat On e (l) Chauffeur Coat One (l} B.T.C . Book One (1) Rubber Bladder One (l) Chisel One ( l) Pair of Sun Shades On e ( l) Generator Five (5) Pieces of Bo ar d One ( l) Pie ce of Plank One ( 1) Piece of Plank Tm) (2) E~ e Clip S hades & Five ( ,3 ) Phials o f Peni c illin One (1) Brown Pants Hastings Station One ( l) R o;;a ry, une (I) Key & On P (I) Leath er Case On e ( 1) R ai n Coat Worthings Station Thr ee (:3) Plat e ;;, one (l) Dii,h, one (I) Bowl, one (1) Sau ce r & . one ( l) Lunch Pl at e BJack Rock Station On e (1) M oto r Car Wheel Cap On e (1) fli c kle A Quantit , y o f Cloth Belleplaine Station One ( 1) Pi ece of Ca rd Board District "A" Station One (]) Tnr c hlight 14th January 1957. Date Ca me int o Pos sesFion 20. :.Ui6 4 . 3.56 4 . 4 .:" >6 10. 7 .. i6 16. !J.::i6 18 . !l .. i6 1 !). ~) . , ifi 28 .10 . . ifi ~2. s. ;)6 30 . 8 . . iG 4. u. , ifi 10. t)_:j(j :?U. !) . ,36 5.10 . :56 20.10.;")6 14. 6 .. 16 30 . 9.,16 \l.10.,i6 6. ll . : i6 2.1Li6 10.1Li6 ll.ll.!i6 15. 9.fi6 26. 9.56 14.10.ii6 HJ.10 .; i6 I . . 11. iifi 2;1. n. iifi 21. 7 _;}6 22 . \). ii6 12. !I. iiH 17 . 10.5(:i 20.11 . :i fi 16. Jl .; 1(i REM AI: KS Found in Careenage ,, on Ba .y Str eet L e ft at Bridge Sta t i o n Found on N clson S t r e et ., Lower Co ll y more Rock Grant 's Ave , Bay L a nd ,. ., Bay Str ee t Dropped from Diam o nd Bu. ~ Found on l\farhill Stn<'t , . Synagogu e Lane at Oov't S , n-ings Bank .. on Walrond Street , . Pinfold Street Swan Str ee t , Ro e buck Street l\fartind a l e 's Road 5th Av e B e lleville Cmrntitution Road Lower B av :-it.m et Tudor Str ~c -t Roebuck Street , . ,, Co lerid ge Street , Unlawful Po sse;;s i o n ]?ouml on Umve s End Beavh F o und on Grave,; End Bea c h S e ized in L a rceny Casl' Found on Bridge Uap. Black Rock ,, Lower Bn.11k Hall Road . . T a marind Lane Bla c k Ro c k _ Found on Bclleplnirw Hoad . SL AndrPw Found n11 )la11,-io11 Hd .. Hank Hall

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~:,tj ' cf ~ ~ :.; ~•-?') . ~ , . ,, . ,_...__, \ s, " -} ' , ,'l'. ' 1 , . ,,y _ . .:-v: Y h \.~ -,. VOL xcn. . : , , w ., ... ~~ ---...: ~-'T ";0~ Jl \ __ ;; NO . . 5 flirial p l J BL ! S .f-1 E L ) BRIDGETO\VN, BARBADOS, HOUSE OF ASSEMBLY Tuesd ay . '.2Ath July, 1D3l:i. lul':•rna11 t. to tl1 e adjo nr nrueut th e House of ..\ s ~ 1 hl,v mrt at 3 o'c-lo c k p.m . today. Present: His llouour :i\h . K. N. R Hu :.;BAKDS (Speak e r ) 1Im1. (J, ]l. .. \D.-1..1r,-;, C'.} U L, !.{C ., 1: . .. \ .. r' 1'r l'111i1r) 11 (1 11. :\I. E. Cox, (. IJ'i11isl1 1 of (' 11111111 111,i!'ali uns . \\ ' ul' k., , a 11,1d , Jlous iH[/ ) , }fr. J ., . J :. S.\I. 1.Tll , ~ J . I) .. , ('/111ir1na11 11/ ( !0 111111i/t ces l . l \iir . 1 _ K ::\fH,Ll : I L }Ir . \. lTA Y:\'m-:, B.A., :\fr. Y. n. ,, fflil!A\:, ![11 , , ('. I ~. TAr. : HA, (.IJ'i11i g/ dr of .lu1 il'lrlf11r c. !,1111!F., ?. (1 :\Ir . -T. ('_ T1 1 H> l t . Jf .J\. l'nt!f( ' I'-' n nrl. lln 11. n r. {'T ' : 1/' . lfl.\' ,',: c11ftrn l fl/I lln ll" ' !I /ii! : ( ,ok 7 1 ro srnl. MINUTES :Ur. 8'1 . 'E.\EEH: I 11 111(• tliL' li()JJCJ!l i' to i11for 11 1 1i1, IT011sf• tln1t tlH :i\l i11uli•,; of th,, l;i: ,t 1111•c1i11 g :1n J; _ ot ,1 1't . n <1 d,1 for (on i i l'll 1ution. DOCUMENTS : Hr. Sl'l~,\l(El1: I Ji;1 yc the 11011011!' 1o ini'urn1 1111' If 011._,. t h a( I h.i 1 , , l'<'(•f'i \'<' I sh~ ll h e gratefu l if ,von wi ll let rn e )iave 1 i1(• mrnw . , of the fo ur m em bers a ppointed t o the '.3ngar l'r odn dion arnl Expor t Co11trol Bcmrd h,r the Hom,t' of i\,;sprnh lr for the <:urre nt l egislat ive sessio n . '1'!1'-' 8p N1ker. I have the hon o ur to h e, Sir, Your obedi ent servant, G . T. BAR.TON , Acting ChiPf Secretary Tl1e lfonst• o f A s. ~Prnhly . Mr. SPEAKER: l ha w the hon n nr to infurw I h , Hon ,;r that I h a ve re eeiw d from the Highway t., > mrnissioners o f t h e pari sh of Christ Church a State ment uf Rt•vt ue and Expernlitnr e on tenantry 111ar<1Pr. l!Fifi : The , Tu1,n,; (Rrrnm 1 P r nt i o 11 :111<1 Allow a n c es) .1d•g 11lations, lfl fi(i ; Sta1 ('Jn< ' nt show i1i g amounts advanced by tbe n,,1Prnm,,ni of Rarbailo,-1 an
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2-12 OB'FICIAL GAZE'I''I'E JANUARY 17, 1957 .... --. ..... _ _:__ __ . -----~~-=-.. . ----------. .. . . ----------. ======= -:--.=::-:-from Her .:\fajesty'::; Govenw1e11t ia the United Kiug dom lllH . kr the provisions of the Colonial Develop Jtir>J1 t. and W clfate A c ts for the period ended on th e 01:s L i\fard1, JD56, in respect of the s e veral scheme& ii dio1H'tl by the L eg islature; Il(•port of a Survt•y of Seeondary Educatiou i.J,U. ~ Y. Petter, Edueation Adviser to the Comp• t1:ol1Pr for Developm e nt and welfare. Ilo11. l\'I E. COX: Statem e nt of Post Office ~tdvanct>s for payment of lV[oney Onlers to 3lsL May, 1 !1;Jo. llo11 . C . E . "l'~\Ll\/[A: R,\pOrt ut' lit l:' i1111i z t;ii Cull,;_:, , of Tropical Agriculture for 1954-55. llou . U. E. 'l'},LlVlA: On behalf uf riH Jfo11. :Minister 01' 'l'ra,de, Industry ancl Labour :T h , C1t:, toms (Petroleum Products Bulk Storage) Regula tions, 1955; Annual 1-teport of the Department of Labour for the yc•ae 1954. NOTICES ll0Ytin,~nt 2'-Toti(:(\:~ .. 1vc irp gi, !t a , (( _ i 1 l::\ : . .., :--Hon. G. H. ADAMS: Resolution to pla , -,, tii, s 111 ?1 of $16,166 at the disposal of the Governor-in-Exccu tn-r Comm ittr!e to supplement th e Estimat es 1956;j, , Part I Current, as shown in the SupplenEn tary Estinwtes 1956 57, No. 12 whi c h form the f _ .;chedule to tlw Resolution R eso lution to place the sum of $14,676 at tht! disposal of the Governor-in-Executive Oommittce to suppl e ment the Estimat es 19 5 6 37 P,, . t T ( 11 , rent, as shown in th ? Rn pp lrn w ntar_\. I~ ,;t im aks l ' l.>( ; . :,7, :\fo. 13 ,d1i,h form thr 8 c1nl i to the J fr,;o ln tio n Hon. Dr . H . G . H. CIJMlVIINS: !il'solntio11 to place the sum of $11,898 at the clispo;rnl of t lw UoY ernor-in-Executive Committee to snpplc>rnrnt the E s rimates 1956-57, Part II-C a pital as shown in lh e Supplementary Estimate 19 56-57 , No. 11 whi e h forms th e sch e dul e to the Resolution. R eso lution to place the sum of $37 , 779 at th e ,]i~ p usa l tl1 P C:,11 ,rnnr-i11-Ex<'e :r :;!'. !) ill < 'lll l'" t 1 1 1: T>ti 1uat l'S l! l:"'i i ; __ _ -,, ,, : 1-Ctll'l'l';lt, as shown in the Supplementary Estimates 1956-Gi, No. 14 which form th e Sl'ltcdule to th ~ l\1 'so luti011. l Io11. C:. ! I. .\ D Al\JS: H eso lntin11 to apprn,e 1 irn Ord Pr e Htith•(1 '' '!'li e CiYil Es t ablishm e nt ( General:) (Am endment) No. 16 Order, 1956 ". R.r so lnti n n to approve the Oruer entitled "Tlin \ iYil Estahl is h rne ut. (CI-Pneral) (Amendment) No. l'i ('n1t r 1%6" RPsoluti o n t o approv e th e Order entitled '' The Civil E,;;tablishment ( Gen e ral) (Amendment) ~o. J 2 Ord e r, 1956. lluu. C. E . '.I'~\ LJ\L\.: He so luti e> n to ~,.t11,t i c1; ; , > ' Custcms ( Petroleum Products Bulk Storage) Hegu la t ions, 1955. Bill to ameml th e Customs Tariff Act. 1921. lIOl!. (+ _ ] r. 1 \ D .\ , l\T.8: Hill to :!l ll< 'l\ll l h,.;s, ,r , ,it , ,, .; Act, 1896. Ifoll . n. TI. , \D , \}1 S: n (',;,J11 ti , 1;1 tu pLi : . :'1 , sum of $5,695 at th e di :sp nsal of the Gov e rnor-in Exr e utive Committee to supplrnwnt the Estimates, 195G-57, Part I Current. as shown in the Sup ph'me ntary Estimates , 1956-57 N o. lfl which form the Sch e dul e to the R e solntion. Hon. Dr. II . G. H. CUl\fl \DN'S: :Vfr. S 1w ak ( ', . r brgto 1xive notice of my intention to move the House in Committee of Suppi_-v at its next m ee ting to d e al with th , n11 , llt'_, Re:c;oli1tio:1" of whi e ll n oli c e hn:,: im ,t , be e n given. PRIVATE NOTICES Mr .. J. C. 'l'L ; DOH: l\Ir. Speaker, l rise to giw notice of the following Address to His Excclleney the GovernOl' : 1'hf' H'o11s c of Assc111bly To Hi s E ul'lh ncu 'l'lte Uot 'C l'JWJ' Tlil' Hou se has learnt with pain and dismay of 11w high (leath rate fr o m starvation of children in. th e I s land . 2. Th e Honse is of the opm1on that a free dis tribution of milk to the parents and guardians ef all children under five vears would tend to arueliontl!' thi,; eo 11ditiu11. ' :3. Ae co rclingly the House r e quest Your Excl'l h 11cy to take all the steps necessary to make such a iwnd ' it. available to tlw parents and guardians of yonu!! children. :i.:c:0 pi;_;__ QUESTIONS jfr .. J. .\. !L.\.YXE:8: J Hr. Speaker, I beg tu i,,, HPf_i\ ~ , ~ o f t h t~ fotlc.n Ying c1n~sl"ions: To <' ll.1Jni1 1: i or tlw Minister of Conunuuicatious \\'u;ks ;tild ] r,msiw, , Is 1h,• M inist e~ awf\re that no tenantrv road,i h ,11 p h, 11 \lon l ' in the n' ar,; 19 55 and 1!)5!~ in th,Jc parifih of St. Andr e w? •> I,; lw aware th at at the reqne s t of the D( ' par t lllP!lt . of lli g l11va.1. s a , nt1 'l'ransport a pl"iorit,Y li s t of 1•:,;1ds was snhmittP ::1 t iou 1ia;, h e en taken on sam e? 3. Will t . lw l\.i ! ini .-.te r inv est igat e this sta te of affai1s :rn(l t:1k1• th e n ec essary action to have tlw al>O Y e g TiPva , n.e es remedied? 'I'o enquir e of the Minister of Communieations, \Vorlrn anrl Tfo nsing:ls tl!i i Mi11istP r H\l':11'1' that tlw roa(1 through Tnrn , •r's ll:ill "\\ r oo ls he aware that tl w above road is a vital link b e tw ee n St. Simons and Hillaby Villages and that dnu c hgo ers and school c hildren are considerably i11~0111 11i e1 Hc(l Ji_,, tile l a,k n f '.] ,i, , 11 d'! 3. "\Vill th e Minist er at his ea rli e,t convenience i11wstig atc qn est ions Nos. 2 and 3 anrl rxamine thP p os,; ib i l iti es of by-passing thi;: lanch;lic1e a1ea aucl adopting th e suggestions for a more suitable road to eomwet th e above villages? BILLS READ A FIRST TIME Hon. G. H . ADAMS: I beg to move that th e Bill to am e nd the Soli c itor,;' Act 1896 b e now read a first tim e. Hon. M. E . COX: I beg to second that. ~r 1 ?. '. ( ' :/ 1 ! ; :~:ri, ,.. ,u 1()!/S unt a1ul f l , :' l}' 1 ~P(l l. o . H o n . C. E. T ALMA: I beg to move that th e H i ll to am e nrl the Customs Tariff Act 1921 be n o w , Pad a first time. H o n. M. E. COX: . I beg to serond that. Tl11 fj l ll ' Sf," n n was p11f a11 d rt~fi ' i ' !'r} ' lo. STATEMENT ON INCOME TAX BILL Hon . G. H . ADAMS: Mr. Speaker, before th" busine s s of the House begins I wish to mak e a stat l" m e nt. with regard to the interpretation to be given to the proviso to Sectio-n 18 (2) of the Incom e Tax Act, 1921.

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,JA~l'AR Y Jt, ] !i. j'j G A ZE ' l'TB :!43 l. 'J'h e atten t ion of the l+owr11111eu t lu 1 s b e cu (h a wn , o a n 1 t dci; 10 L u f T hP Con rl ui' l' vrnuw11 Pl e as as to tl1L '. prop e r w ,erpr e tcni o n to be given to t he proviso to ~ e cti o u J8 (2 ) of th e lnc o me Tax Act, rni1, and in particular to the word "voluntary" appear ing in that proviso. 2. 'l'he Government has been advised that thi s de c ision of the Court of Common Pleas reveals a , ;, re.-., . in 1 l w L om r 't' Hx 1\et, IS~L and that if ta x payers c hose to take advantage of this defect , the re w nn e of th e Island w o uld suffer. 3. It is accordingly th e Governrn .e ut ' s policy to r e m o ve thif, (lpfc> p t and the Gov e rnm<'n t will th e rr fore be introducin g l e gislation in th e near futurr -to s e ek to achieve this purpose. 4. As th e matter is still with oth e r rel a ted matters under re Yie ,r , no i ndi c ation can at pre se nt be giv<:>n a ~ to th e precis e form that th e p ro p ose d amending legislation will take, but as it i <; in t ended that such legislation should, when e nacted, t a k e effect as from the 17th day of July, 1IT56, ! h a ve sid e r e d i t ,rnl, fail' 1o ,il l L t::p,::, ,1 . ~ 1, . '.' i H i Li.notice of Governm e nt' s policy . PUBLIC HEALTH BILL-C'td :M:r . Sl ' E A KER.: 'fh e fir s t Ord e r o f the Day :' iUJlib i ll 1 ! , 1 1: : 1< (I r 1\t<• lion . liu i,-; frr for So ( •Jai Servi ces: to r es um e Cornrnitt ef' on th e Bill to am e nd the Public He a lth Act , 1908. J'tf?. SPEA !C R H l ef t th r ('J,a , ir m u l tlw H rnrsc w e nt into t:ommitl ec 0 , 1; tl1 e Bill. JI.fr. SJIIITH in tl1r Chair. . Hon. Dr . H. G . H . CUMMINS : bers are familiar with this Bill. to some w e eks ago and Sec , tion The Governm e nt is a s king l ea ve, sub-section 3 ( 1). Mr. ALT1DER. : . :Mr . Speaker , w e wen not q 1._ 1i te able to he a r th e Hon. 1\1:inist e r and we wonld lilrn him to rep e at that . Sir, hon . mem It was r e ferred 3 was po s tponed. Sir , to withdraw Th e re being 11n ob.iection leav e w11s grmnled tl1r Hon. Minister . Hon. Dr. H. CT. H. CUMMINS : S ec ti o n ::! ( ~) i s alreacl:v e o nt ai 11 e d in (2) above, that is. the am e nd jn g o f 2.-1rnl t o 1 ,8 00 ,vlii c h lrns a l r ad y h er n p a , sed . I b e g to movr Cla11se 3 as amend e d F:tand part. Hon. M. E. COX: I beg to second that. Tlie qu . estion was put a,nd resol1w ' l in the aff"irm ati v e without division. Hon. Dr. JI. G . H . CUMMINS: Mr . Ch a irman. T beg to report tb r passing of a Rill with am e nd ments in Committee. Hon. M. K COX: I beg to sp eonil. tl1at. Th e q11rgfio n 11 ag put a,n-d, res o l . n ed . 1n fl,p, 11ffi r {IH1 e wi'.thmd d-1'.visi'.on . ]fr. SPEAKER r e sumed the Cha1;r arid rl'porfed , 1 cco rdimg ly. On .~eP,O;rnfe mntinns ol H011 . Dr. H. 0-. rr f' F JlrJl{T.V.~ Sl("IJ / /( l f' d i n { ,11h { ' (/ .'-an for 11 1r to c nn!' , •r wit.h m e mbers of t hP ,Tncli,-i , ir:v 0 :rnd othHs , but T shonld lik< > tn ;:: Y<' 1111 Ho 1 h 1• tlJ ,, n c; ~11 rn 111 1 t !H 1 1 1 .nn pn pa . n d to g-o mi wi t h tlw .1w x t ( l" 1d r 11 , ;• Tu e ,;da. y. I th e nfor e a. ,; k l e aYe to postpon e the , 011sideration of this Bill. Th e r e being 1w ob Jee/i o n , leave wa-~ grant r d. th 1: Ho-n,. Premier. Hon . Dr . H . G. H . CUl\UVIlNS: l\lr . Sp r ak e r, as n -a.r d s Ord e rs N os. 3 and . th e Hon. :i\Iin.ist c r iu 1 '. : ,a r ge of th e m i :, ou t of th e L s i a nd a t pre se Ht, anJ [ l!m asking le,n e th a t they be pnc-;t pon r d a nd that Order No. 5 b e t ake11 a s t h e next Or L le1 of the Dar. Ther e b e /11g no obj e ction , l e ave wns gra n te d tiie If 1, 11. ]'J' t /1// ('] " . Lease Of Land To Barbados Light A nd Power Company Ltd. lll r . SPEAld~H: The next Order of t . he Day !,,\;; U ( : -; i 0 : i b : llal i l !'. o f H i e H o u. Min is t e r of (.' (\ lll l,llll! i Ld t\ons,_ \Vor!~s m1.d lloL~.sing: ' to mo _ ve th e pas ;,; mg u , l 1 1e foll ow mgH es olnt.1011: l..e :; olu t. 1011 to a.p , p :. ove t l 1 P l e rusc o f a. par c el o f land situated at Grave ' s End 1 J t h e Ba1 bad ; Lig ' ht and P o ,..-er Company LtJ. Hon . :i\1. E. COX : l\!Ir . Sp e aker , thi s R e solutiol.l s ee ks th e approval of the House to authorise the i. ,o n .! rnor-in-Ex e~ uti v e Committe e to lease a par:el u f la n d a .p}Jroxnnately 3 , 150 st1nare feet in area sitt rn te d a t Gra.Y c ' s End to the Barbados Light and P u\\ er C o mp a n y Ltd. for the purp o :;e of installing a p1.,111p h< m ~e and pipe-lines leading to and fron ll w S l 'ci. lo be lts t> d as a wat e r l' O ol e r fo r the ste am ,urbirn :' plilnt whid1 the Cmnpa.11;: propos e s t o in s tall at th l' i r wo rl cs. '! 'lie A,Yill l; e n o pol l n , in n o i' t h , s 1 a a s a. n ul t. uf l l il ' i n-;t, dl atio n o f t hi s 1,1 1 rn1i l10u :; e , mu tlH" ~l' pipe-line s. T he o nly
  • r , -, he 1 1 it 1: ingday ,; fur r es t [Lan g h t e r l ) will r on1 imlC' th r ir gam e s a s th r y h a w bern d o ing ; n 1-l1 P pc1 ,. 1 . li , , !l, ;:1: c1hl 1• 111 mb, 0 1:c, slio 1 1 l,l il a y,• 110 fe a1 t hne fo r ,. as t o tlw i11t e rf e r e m'" nf th e privil e g ei:; which 1 lli JH•op] ,, now e njoy; tliai fe a r can be allay e d iu a :mm c h , t s I lrnw e xplain e d to th e H o u s e ; . h e po s it.ion a .s it stanch. I hav e plan s h e r e of the ex n ct -11r e a at which th es e. works w ill be c arri e d out . J should ment.io~ t.hat this ma tt rr w, 1 s nut b e fore th~ Dir ec tor of Public ,York s a nd al s t> lw fo r., 1lw <..H 'tirt> r ro mandin:t t.he Barbados R<> iment, and th e y have h ht a ~T re 1l to th<' , tio11 o f tl 1< pn rnp ; h o :1,-; .• and thP in s tallati o n of thes e pip e lines. Th e wfor e, there i,ab solntPl y 11 0 danger a s t o th<> i nti ,r fer(").H-< ' with th e rift<> range . as it i s prop ose d to non1strmt this pump houst• 1,11 fo e :\'i ir th EasteT"n side of th e build . ing ,,hich is now lea s ed by Mr . A. E. Tavloi ;:it Grave's End. A1s fcir a s I ran s e e, thrrf' is no danger as to th e in ~ tall :11 i ot1 o f th is pnmp honse and these pipe line!';.

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    244 OFFICIAL GAZETTN JANUARY 17, 1957 .. -======~~=========c.:=== I assure the House that every possible question has been gone into, and we are satisfied that there will b , e absolutely no harm if we agree to lease to the Barbados Light and Power Company Ltd. the ar~a which they desire to lease for the purpose of carry ing out these works. :I beg to . move that this Resolu tion do now pass. Hon. C. E. 'r ALMA: I beg to second that. Mr. ALLDER: Mr. Speaker, nobody wants tc. put anything in the way of the industrialisation of the Colony, but . when leases such as this one a.re being given, we have to be very sure that nothing contained in them will cause any unhappy feelings on the part of the public. While the Honourab1e J.finister has said that guarantees haye been givr.n that there will be no pollution of the beaches in th; area; yet, I have noticed that he hll.s admitted that the water which will be coming from the plant will be some degrees Fahrenheit greater than the adjoin ing seawater. I sincerely hope that the Honourable Minister will make sure that these pipes wilt be carried some distance from the fore-shore so as to prevent any unhappiness; even although the dif ference in Fahrenheit may not be great, it may not be desirable that this water should be mixed with the water in which people bathe when they go to ~ , he sea. I hope that the Honourable Minister will see that everything will be done alright; that is to say. that these pipes will be made to run far enough out side so that no water which comes out of the Com pany's premises can flow back into the position of the sea in which members of the public habitually bathe. 3.45 p.m. Besides that, Sir, I would like to know in respect of that land something as regards a particu lar matter. I noticed that some of that land wa& teased a couple of years ago to Mr. A. E. Taylor for the purpose of erecting a restuarant a~d some time after it was erected and put into or,eration, that gentleman observing that it was not a paying con cern closed. it down. It was closed down for about three years speaking under correction. You can see from that that the purpose for which the lease WR$ made was not enjoyed by the public. I notice that the building is now rented out to another individual and that there is some difficulty in keeping that place opened. It is said that the Government re fuses to give permission for the sale of alcoholic beverages at that place. Mr. SPEAKER: The h!on. member is 110w speaking on a subject matter which is not pertinent to this Resolution. He is not speaking on any lease of land. Mr. ALLDER: Mr. Speaker, I thought what I was speaking on was permissible because it wa.s in connection. with the same land. There was some disagreement in the giving of that lease by the Gov ernment. Mr. SPEAKER: That does not come under the subject matter of any lease. . Mr. ALLDER: _ All right, Sir. . Mr. TUDOR: Mr. Speaker, I am very grateful to the Hon. Minister of Communications, Works and Housing for letting us see the plans of this proposed erection because it is usually very difficult to under stand these things witho11t such plans. However, I do not think that there is any objecti9n in princi:vle to permission being granted to , the Barbados Light and Power Company to erect these pipelines, although Your Honour will remember when the h9n . . senio::. member for St. GeorgPspoke about this matter. /l~ had certain reservations made particularly as regards the discomfort which might be caused to . bathers who enjoy the amenities of that beach. I think there will be some discomfort to batheri. but perhaps, i.n . the loni run, as the Hon .. Minister ;,ays, it may not be too much discomfort: and the fears as expressed by the hon. senior member for St. George, may not . be realised. . , What I am disturbed about is some of the con ditions of the lease as laid dow.u in t}le Schedule. !1 1 or one thing, I think that the . lease for a period of 14 , years with the option of renewal for another seven years is rather too long , Looking at it from the point of view of the bathers-the people who might . want to enjoy the 8j111.enities of that beach-it does seem, . despj.te aU assurances given, as if the inconve niences to the public are gr e ater than are now fear ed; "lnd if that is so, it will take the greater part of a generation before it can be rectified or even renewed. If, on the other hand, the Barba.dos Light and Power Company has the prospect o~ getting a renewal after 14 years I do not think . th~re is any harm in cutting down on ~he initial period of the lease. You see, Mr. Speaker, it-is all very well for them to say now that they can guarantee that there will not be a.ny inconvenience or that there will not be any noxious matter coming out of the pipes to disturb would-be bathers, but_ it is quite possible ~hat the very pipes thmselves might burst and as a result there might be possibly a discolouration of the water. I am not saying tha.t it will be of the proportion that you might not be able to bathe in it, but it might be just rust-coloured water which, though it may not necessarily be a pollution, is a disturbing matter to people who like to bathe in clear water, as Barbadians and the majority of us like to do. Perhaps, some conditions may be attached to th ' e granting of this lease. One such condition should be to have a shorter lease. I think a lease of 14 years is rather too long because this thiug is in the nature of an experiment. It looks alright now. I noticed from _ the plans which the Hon. Miuiste:r; has allowed me to see that while .. the pipe which takes in cold water extends a good way out to sea, .as it appears from . . the scale of the D,lap, thBtt the pipe that lets out warm water is a bit nearer in to the foreshore I have been made to understand that the water ~ill not be appreciably warmer, but unless there is a tech nical reason I am wondering if it would not be "better for the , prospective bather if the pip~ ta.king in cold water W'as nearer in than , the pipe giving out the hot water. As I have said, it does appear to me that the lease of 14 years is too long and I think it should be modified. Of cpurse, it does not :ffect the prin ciple of the Resolution~ My next point is with respect .to the sum ,of $2~ per annum which will be . paid for the tenaincy of the land .. , I have n,q . knowledge .of. what the land values are in terms of a lease, . but I do :know that the Barbaf}.Qs Light. ~nd Powe:r Company is a big monopoly and in respect of allowing ,, them to use 3,000 square feet :of , , land for what seems to . me the slender sum of . $20 a . month seems to be some. thing wrong. It is a great privilege we are giving them and however little it might be, we are depriv ing the people of this country of the use to some extent of that beach. . . I am wondering, Mr. Speaker, whether this Government is doing the very best thing in allow. ing the Barbados Light and Power Company to use . 3,000 square feet of that beach in return for only $20 a month, and I am also wondering whether this is one of the conditions that can be changed. I am convinced that if . the Bairbado~ Light and Power Company wanted this bit of land so badly and if the Government can acquiesce with the request, a great er degree of bargaining should go on. l think the Company should be asked to pay a gr . eater sum.

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    JA ~P ARY 17, 19~7 OFF1.QJ.AL GAZETT . E ,, ' l'here is no question of a non-industrial develop-,' ment going on. This power house . is just an . ac(,:es sory for the compainy. It does not make the en! , e p: ise mor e p ron-cable , , so th e r e i;s no h a rm . in ~k ing , them for more money. 3.55 p.m. But we must draw the line some, ~ her e ; a 1~d i f people in this isl~nd have Jl:O prospect of getting cheaper electricity-at l e ast we hi,i.ve 1 pqt h e . ard tha t company said anyt~ing about that, and if ther , e are no prospects of getting ' electricity in more houses, l think it is distu;rbing to find' that : the Goverrioi~ in Executive Committee is prepared to lease land whi c h is the property of the people of Barbados for so little in return . Twenty dollars a month is too little; and , it does not represent what I think to be a realis tic view of the whole matter and if this i s the con dition, as it seems to m e, of th e terms attaching this grant of land, it is a condition which can be mo " difi e d and made more realistic. They ought to p ay more because it is valuable land they are using, and a valuable stretch of bea c h c hu ; ing the time they cecupy it, will b e deni e d som e part of the bathing population. With respect to the undertaking which was given by the Company about there being nothing in their view which will disturb the bathers generally, I should only s a y thi s : that G o v ernment would be well advised to have one of its Departments made responsible for the periodical inspection of that beach, and the periodical testing of the water in the sea around the pipes. That, I think, would be tho very least t h at l:O uld b e d o ne because it may well be . that to the naked eye there may be nothing of which you can complain, but there might be an accumulatie process of pollution which could only be discovered scientifically; and I do not think that Government should leave it to the Company to give the aissurance that th_e 'Yater_ woul~ be alrig_ht ~it1:I out carrying out periodical mspect10n:. I thmk 1t is an inspection which should be done ev \l rY thre e mouths, and it c ~nnot be l e ft ~o them. Mr. Speak e r, I should just re-emphasise thi s . I think s o me c h a n ge sh o uld b e made in shortening the period of the lease, that a muw higher scal e of remuneration than twenty dollars per month s hould he the price charged them by the Executive Com mittee, and that Goyerii,ment itself ought to under take a periodi<;al iusp , ection of , the beach . and th e water surrounding the pipes fo make sure and to satisfy itself that no gr . eat harm, if any at all, i s being done. Hon. M. E. CO X: I c an ass ur e the hon, mem ber, Mr. Sp e aker, t h a t eve r y c ar e will b e take n t o L e e that th e C o m pany ca rri es ot'lt it s a ss ur a n e e a n d !'> & e that t h e wat r i s not po llut e d 1 b e ca u &e '.i t i s a fact t h at t h e m ajor ity of po or peo ple g o th e r e to bathe. Mr. TTIDOR: I s hould like , th e Mini s t e r to s a y h ether h e t hink s th e $ 240 per an n um i s r e asonabl e or whether it should not be more. rhe qu e stio n . was th e n p , ut and carried nem. con. ' ' CARIBBEAN FARM INSTITUTE ' Hon . . C '. E. TALMA: Mt . Speak~, the next ~eso lution seeks to se c ur e Le g islative approval to the draft agreement which appears ir . the )' s chedule thereto. The terms and conctitions of this draft agrf!ement ' in connection with . the East em Caribbean Farm Institute cont'ained , in the the' ' .Addendum to the Resolution. The Addendum sets out . the 'Yh'ole , hi . story of the Eastern Caribbean Farm Jnstitute provides mception to date. As honourable members . will see, . t h e E ias te ru C aribb e an P arm Institute from its very agn e u1t u ral traunng a t mt e nnecti are ie v e1 on tn1:: 1ueoret1 c al s id e , a.11a, v11 tl1e p1 al: t 1J.: a1 s i d e is up. t o tn~ :.tandard. of t he Diploma or t1 1 e l m peri a l (,)oliege of L :. rnp1ca 1 A.gn c ulwre. ' l'ne object of the :B}ast e rn U,.i.r ~bb e an l< "' arm _ In~titute is _ to provide a pool ~f quali i1 e d m s t r uetors in the mid d l e grad. es o:t lt overrnne11t D e pa r tments, particu la rly thos e conc e r n ed with agri cult ure and edu c a t ion, and iu c o m merc ial agriculture. . 'l' h e Adde ndum further states that with the c o n.cur : n c e of _ the Legislature, this Government has pai't:i ' :1pa te d m the Scheme and quotes various messages , se nt _ dow~ to the House in 1950, Message No. 30, r e pli e s given by the Hon. Legislative Cou111Cil aind t~e ~ Ion. House of Assembly on each occasion sanc t 10mng the formation and establishm,ent of the East f rn C aribbean Parm Institute . . It will be seen that . Barbaqos' capital contribution to the cost of this ' F' arm Institute was $20,520 up to now• that is the . 1 ' ' ca , p1ta cos t . Barbados is sharing the capital cost of e, 2,0 ,5 2 0, and funds to meet Barbados' share of re r : urr e nt costs have been voted from time to time in t he Annual E s timates. Hon . . members will in all urobability want to know how much Barbados has s pent up to now in the cost of runninothis Eastern 9 , aribbean Farm Institute. I have th; . figures here. ou can see fro~ your Estima.tes what is , actually " cted, b:'1t what is v_oted and what is actually spent : n e entir e ly two different amounts because there l 'H' e supplementary estimates wh:iich are voted from t im e t o tim e . 'l'o give the a c tual recurrent costs of running this Eastern Caribibea,n F 1 arm Institute from its very inception: in 1952-53 it cost this C: ov ~ rnm e nt $1_,251.25 , th a t wa s before it actually :~ot mto operation; in 1953-54 the a; c tual cost was ~2 , 748.69 ; in 1954-55 the ac . tual cost wa.s $8,470.01; m 1955-56 the actual cost of recurrent expenditure was $6 , 955.61, and in this financia,l year the a.ctual : : :ecurre n t c .o s t or the actual monev exnended s o far up to De c t. t o our minimum contribution at least four s tup. e nt places . . Th ~ In s titute is bei~g ex,panded, as t l!P. Ad de ndum to . the Resolu~ioii further , sets out, and with that expansion , it will accommodate sixty stu , dr,nts in s t e ad of forty. The Addendum further ex r a in s , t hat t hiio In s t _ itute is now in the process of e :-pan s ion to a;ccommodate sixty students, and this w ill enable the cost of the st udent's places to be :m aintain e d , despite the rising cost of livin!!. Ori g inall y , Briti s h Guiana did, not seem fit to com~ into thi s sc heme , but in 19155 it decided to do s0. and ~.-, ntribut e d its shar e of the Capital cost. The Capi ta\ cost of t h e exnan s ion has , been , met from thi8 payment , and also from a grant from Colonial : De "elopment and Welfare funds. a:nd further from an j ucreased : Capital : contribution by the Leeward , . frlands c0nsequent upon a decision of. that Government to increase the number of student places for , whi c h pa.ym e : nt of recurrent cdst is gua.ranteed.

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    246 OFFICIAL GAZE'i"l'E ,JA:,.,;l ' AHY 11, .l!l;-JI . ------==~=============,============-,:,-=---------'lJ.(•rtfore, tl1ere ,rill lJe uo adPn 1,,,. desirP of this Lllia111Li>r fro1,1 1li e time of the rncep tion (lf tl1e !-'d1 e mc. ,\s 1... au:-e 5 1 ~ ) of I.he ~d1ednl e s el s u11t , in L1.. ,:,ye11t of the expaus1ou of the Institutt. tlw tow: rnunber of pla<.:, ' S whieh the l'arh\'ipati11;;::1c-nts lllay b e Ol'.cnpyi11g throu g h their nominee:; . , IJall l,r cktt'rrniued in thf' same proportio11s as tho st ~ :,dopr e d i i t _\ r t iel e i""> ( 1), pro\'idecl that t!,e propor ll'J!Wlt' lrn.si-.; of ;1:outrih11tion to\\',1rcls Capttal iC:: pr ,1dit11r;• a, ; b rh Yeen tli r Partil'ipating Govenrnw11i.s ' , <': <' ill i 1 1 .\ rli eh '-i ( 2 1 is rnc1intaim d. ,\ fr . Spr•akrr. the trrms of thi s ,lraft A~rrrrment ~:imply i111pll'11t (' t1t 1hc• h•rrns arnl c,onditi011-.; to wli1,lt this Go\'<'l'll111ent hai, a/.!TC\ed went i1;to thr forrnatior, and e>1l 11Llislnnr11t. of this Eastern ('arihh ,•a n Fa.rm histit11tr . T ; 1Jrto movr that t.l1i~ lk s olntion clo no . pa.<;S. Hon. M. R COX: I beato i;ecor,d f.l1;it. Thr aurstion that this Resolu#rm do 110w 1w s . . was put and rrsofrCr of t . lw 1),1\ :-tancls in the mmw of the Hon. 1fi11istr•r of Srnia 1 8nvices:-To move the seroncl rNHling !Jf a Bill to arnnnd tlw Offences Against The Prrson . \d . lRf,:,:? _ lfon. Dr. IT. G-. II. CTTMlVIl~R: Mr. Rp1•ak, . fin moving the second reacling of this Bill , T should JikP. to point ont that ~cdion 4:i of th e Offrrn• :' "\ g-aim;t The Person Act, 1868, rnational Convrnt.i011 b1rmi?bt into forr>r and mnong th,, p1mision-: nf th,1 t Co11n!ntio11, the removal of tliio discrirniuation wa, :;ought. The Act, as it stands at present, is found l1 Le at variame with the present Act in the Unite<.. Kiugdulll. Ju 1~31, a :;imi.lar st1')) was taken for the removal of this discriminatio11, and we ar e now al:ik ing the Legislature of this Colony to honour that International Uo11yentio11 by nnoviug that diseriu1i natiu11 which exists now in the 1868 Act. 8e::tion J;j of the Aet reads as follows: . .Any p e rl:iO!l who (1) procures or att< ) mpts to procur e anr girl or woman nuder twenty-one years of ag e , not bci11g a common prostitute, or of known immoral an,\ ~,ro111a : 1 or g-irl to leave tlte Island. with int,,nt that :-:he nrny betorn t a11 inwate of a brother elsewh e r e; or ( -1) procures 01 attempts to procure any woma 1 1 or girl to lrRve lier usn11l phtl'(' of abnde in th, 1 J~land (snth plal'.e not l.Jeing a brothel), 11ith intcllt tlta.t. she 11rn y for the pmpost's of prostitutiou b , , , !:1 :. 1 ,, ! : :Jit:~ . . , ,r ~ : ;,;(I!;: .! ',\ itiii: t ; 1 ~ \\" . llii n u t. th i i i;'. 1 i::iil; \' i'.il y \ : 1 t; 1i : i_:,1 . hneitnonr .... " .A11d tltc: p 11ctlt.Y un b2i;,g co11\ided is St't our. W e , 1 n a~ki11g i11 thi s am(Hlill~ Bill, to delete from i; 1, ' , i, ; ( ! io 11 1 , 1l1 ; i'oll1 1n. all(l ,Y e arc asking to delet e them . By rkl!'tillg these ,rnrds in those tw o :-:icctions it "ill bring tliP Aet of 1:368 into line 1Yith pres e nt c>: thn:1:,>,ht in , nn11Pd1r J n with \\omen uf th,1,t sGrt. r hp!.'. to rnoy1• that thi s Hill b,\ Huw t' ad a seennd tinw. Jlon. l\f. .E. COX: I beg to second that. 4.15p.m. 'L'l1r. question flint tlw Hill lie. now r ea d a . sccnn ( ! tim e 11as 111d and rls n l1 cl in the aJ(irmatfrc u itho11t d, l'/S/fJ'li. u,, 111olio11 of IloH. n,. If. 0. II. CUMMINS, .,, , ,,,, ,i , .-1 !•y if , ,,,. Y. /,' . ( ' OX . . llr . Sipra.k e r lr.ft t/1r ('/,,r ir 1 1 ; 1 ,i 1/1 , 1/1 ,11s1 ' 1 1 , ,; ;,, t,, ( '011 1111iil cr 0 1 1 /!1" Ri'.1/. Jlr. 8J!TTH h1i11g i11 fhr C/u1ir. Ola.uses l to :i i11el11si1e u:erc called a.11d pasgerl. ()11 )II/Ilion of Jinn . Di. IT. a. JI. ('TJJIJ[DlS , scr011drd b . 11 Ilm,. :lf. R. COX . . llr. OllAIR 1l LlN rr pnrfrd fl,I' pORsin(J o.f the Rill in ('0111111/tfee. :llr. SPEAKER resumed the Chair andreported a.ccord in yl11. On scpara,/ r: innfions of Ho n. Dr . H. a. H. CUilfftlJNS. seconded bl! H;m. Jf. g COX in each r11.sr. tl1('. Bill ,ras rcad . . a tllird time and passrd. \\T ATERWORK~, BILL l\Ir . NPE.\KER: The next Or ea ,;~• thr administration of thr "\Yat r nvorkn Ad . .-\s is set . out in the OhjPets and Reason<; of th (> Hill. honourable members will srr that v:uinm: C'lauses of the Act of 1895 are aut.iquat ,,cl. a11d it is absolutely necessary to have a new Bill ,o as to fit them in with modern lopments. r r have copirs of nrnridnal notes of t.l1<' va , rious amend mc•nti:; and T wonl
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    Ol<'l<'ICIAL GAZE'l''l'lletell. Clauses 8, 19(a) and 20 nwke refon•n1•es to "::\Iana ger of the V.":atnworks Dr1rn.rtment.'' and '' Colo nial Secretai-_y 1 ." _Now that 1\'L' havP a <' 1wng2 in no mrnclatun' of thost' t,rn offiees in tlw C'ivil l'' those words ];.aye lwPn de]Ptl-d and i11scl'tef Engineer 0f the Waterworks DPJHtl"tmenit,'' and '' Chid Sec :retary" in place of the Recoml. Clauses 11, 1~ (a), 13, 14 (a) anrl (bi ;rn(l Chw~ 17 (b) seek to pnwidl' for the introihwtion of Fir,' T-I:vdrant-.; whil'h now an' nsN1 instearl of Firr Phigi:;. Yrari:; agn. t]11, t,•rm "firr ph,gs" wns 11sr>d but to r1il)' we havl' ''firp h> 0 d1a.1Jts." TI1rn•fort it i,, nrers f.ar;\to take out the wor Ulltler the Aot, but l ,dru ::,,ure 0011. members would agree that we ha.Ye luug passed U.at stage, and Jt Js time tlrnt an anh,milnL'llt shuulu be effeeted. 'l'he Ad also 1,uuta.in:; several provi:;10ns ,d1ich ha n sin,e lit>come superfiuons. Clauses J, !l, liJ (a; aud (L:), 1~ (IJ), lj \d), lti \a) aml l'i' \"'1.) at:eonJ.ingly :,;eek to free thP A._.1r. nf t.hP:,;1-• d..,fl~d:, .-.tll(l ( :1au:scs ti aud 7 st:ek to effl'ct t.ert,1iJ1 ame11duw11L~ ,tu1.-;e4.ue11t. nptrn the rcpi:aJ of the Sections whidJ arc' in the J:ir~I Sel1.:Jule to tlie Dill. As you look wt the Hill, Sir, 11wrnb,~rs will see the Section set out iu 1 lll' first ;-:,cheduk which t>hould be repealed. You zi,I. Clause 14 dmlli11g with the same plans as I s,aid .i n,;,t now. Sect iou 14says •'true copies of the said plan a11d st•diiJus and book reforem:e or extra<.:ts. therl'from cr•rtifitrl b\ the Colonial Secretarv wh,iel1 r•o1•tifi,,;,t" f.h<> r" 1 '",~1ir1l RP,cf'Pt.P.rv whf"JJ ~~quirP1•eivrd in all Courts of ,J11,,tiee" and so 011. That is cousid <'r,•tl 111me,:•,;sa1", ;,11d eumbPrsomP at present and 111:•r,fon, it i, 1;,,(:1•ss:.ry to rrpeal tJ1ese Clauses that l rd\-red 1to. .'\ow, ti.ir, by L;lames 14 (c), l/j (eJ aull (11),. ..:'.: awl. :C4, iL is soug-ht w express the peuaJties vided under the Ad in terms of dollars and in ct:. taiu eases to iuerease the amount of the penalty. Alt present, hou. members will remember that we have changed over from pouuds, sl1illi11gs and pence to dollars and ceuts aml the decimal system, and it is. 1wel'"'•'try to amend thi;; section and in place,; wlwn• rcferem:e was made for example to which is $:24, yon round it off by sayiug $25. From experience it has been found that the lan guage ot ;-:,ectiou 02 of the Act flails to prevent. th•J accunrniation of out,ta11di11g debts and that it is m'L alw:~ys practicable for the Departm~ut to observe1•rnvisio11.,; of that seetiou which re4.uire the Dl'pan ;: eut to install senice pipes within the time limited. ancl it is propo,;ed in the Bill to give power to the , ,,;ut!'illlt'llt lo ,;;up watp;• f,ont fiowin: in Olll',, 1,: vntP prrmisrs 11r otherwise if one foils Ito pay for the installation and so OH. ClausC' 15 (a), (b),' (c) and ',, I :i•
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    2i8 OF ' FICIAL GAZ ET' fE J ANU: ARY 1 7, 1957 for m any years, <11t l east since l came to th i s House , ,u1u eveu oelol' e--we nave uever aah ere<.1. w that ' i; ection which maims 1 t c01npu1Sory to ha ve plans submitt ed to the .ueg,slature tor any d.eve1o p ment i n water. ln oth e r worcJs , rn all'jy , area tha t i s to b e de velop ed in whiich water marns mus t b e laid under the pr ese nt Act, th at has n~ver been done . Ji 7 or pipe s ' that are laid in t h e va rious tenantries or along :th e high ways, no plans for laying th ese pi pes eo me t o the Legisl ature a l tho ug h the Act says that; but as 1 said, from l on g before l came 1 to thi s Ho u se in 1 944 and sinee , the only plau that come s , i s wh e n you want to remove a pip e from a certain di&-tan c e or rather to a certain d i stance b eyond 22 yards, o r if : the pip es are l a i d on lands be lo nging to the Go , vern . ment for dev elo pm en!t p-Ulrposes; otherwi se no plans h ave come to the L e gis l at ur e and these se c tions a:r ~ more honour ed in the br eaclt than in the observance . 4.35 p . m. Therefor e, we have found that it i s unn ecessa r y and , a l so expensive to have plans drawn up and put 0 efore the Hous e from time to time when we are lay ing down water mains; an:d many oth er sect ion s of the A c t make it ne cessa ry to hav e the se am e r;.dments . The S,ections ar e no long er work able in vi e w of th e improv ement and the advancement whi c h , hav ~ b ee n ma de from time to time; henc e , w e f ee l that th e time has c ome whCilli the Act mu.st be am e nded i 11 ord er to catch up with modern day pra ctices . If there are any questions which hon. memb ers desire to ask, in so far as I am able to answ e r th em, I will do so. With thos e few r e marks, Mr. Speaker , I beg to move that this Bill b e now read a secono time. Hon. C. E. TALM A: I beg to second that. Th e q i ~ es tion that this Bill be now read a sec ond tim e was put and resolved in the affirmati ve without diiJvision. On the motion of Horii. llf.. E. COX, seconded by .flon. C. E. TALMA, Mr. SPEAKER left tke C1Wli!r, ' (111/;d the House went into Committee on the Bill, Mr . SMITH being m the Chair. Cl(JfUse l was called and passed. Clf fact , to the majority of them there is no oth e r means. Mr. Chairman, how many people do you know who use motor cars who will be able to put in a water meter? It is not lik e in

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    JANUARY 17, 1937 OFFI(;IAL GAZETTE 249 1920 when six people owned motor cars and those people by the overwhelming majority were the only people who had domestic taps installed on their premises. As a mattrr of fact, in a great number of cases owners of taxis actually use the public sta.nd post for washing their cars. You can go down to the Lower Utt'en at a.n_v t.irne and sec them using water from a public stand post to wash their cars. Hon. M. E. COX: If they do that, they will be breaking the law. Mr. E. D. MOTTLEY: Mr. Chairman, :,urdy they are breaking the law but yo11 have come a long way from the days of carriages. 'l'hc Hon. :i\linist,cr ::;ays that if you wash off your car with water from a public standpost, you will be brraking the law. Tha,t is out of the question. He also talks about the o-w11rs of hig garages and racPhorse owners. Let us forget the questi"n: of the owner,; of big garages and racehorse owner,-. That is brought home forcibly. \Ve can do something i11 this matter but 11ot in thi,; way. I do not think we should include motor whiclc,; in this sense. No number of big garages in this l,!;1111! ,d1"11ld l'OJ1\'i11('(' thi,., CharnlHr tiiat wt ;;hould make au amendment in this way. The Section goes on to read 'or a supply for any trade, manufactun•, or business or for watering gardens, or for fonntaius or for ;1•nr ornamental purpose.'' Everybody agrees to that. I may say at this point that \\ith ~r 1ww ,;yst,•rn of tonri,;t :'ll couragement, you are offering prizes to peop-lc iu villag per. You are getting a greater use of a natural re source which does not cost a. cent. Water is like the <1ir; you only have to tap it. \Ve have thP IH'l'e:,;sar,\ ..i,;11 and rnaehill('l",I' to do so; therefore these puni tive Sections of the Bill need not be re-inserted. I ean remember, say, from 1910. Thi:; '\Vater works Ad "as flr,1ftentirelv. As a matter ol' fact our water ;;it1rntion i~. stll'h today that nn 12 or 2-1person,; should lw allO\;!•d to as,wrnbk ;11 stnrnlpo,;t to ae!'ommodate people from a di;;frid and an a1ljoining village ,., ('1'_1 1illi1g(• ,.1w1tld !Jan its own standpo;;t. EVE~ry villaQ"e contains somr two hundred or three hnndrPd r~~opfo. T f a privat.r householder ii allowed to have two or thre< taps i.n his house, where th(• people of a lli~t.rid are too poverty-strickPn to afford a tap, you should make sure now that you have such a generous supply of water that the in c01LVen ilne1•,; sn1kr(•tl i11 1,h,, pa:-ct are absolutely re moved. -1. ."i,"i j).111. Therefore, that Clause t:an be taken out, becau,;e yun k11uw 1'ull well that every mau who owns a moto1 car i,-, guiug to wash it. .i.,ol a member here would xay he is nut going to wash his motor-ear \\'hether he has a private tap or otherwise, so what i,,; the use of putting iu legislation whieh would bring conflict be tween leg-itirnat(: t:'.itizL'IIS arnl the polite. Tr. is a ,vaste of time. I Lelit 0 ve it mn,;t hl' a J it1 IP short _,:ig:htediwss on the pa rt of th(' Attornev General•~ Uhi,'L', but it i,; u11t1e(•cssary i11 Lhi,., tlay. \ve han~ 1n1vrlll'tl fast l'rom lS/J,'j to now and it shonlcl be e11t out. The more freely yon :tllow the popnlation t.n c:,;,, 11,tic•r n'g-,i1,l!t~,~ of ho,\ tltey IIH' it. tlw quicker ('1:uw,i11y oi' 11H• i,l,111'1 w,Htl,1 ri,,e. beeansc l know mnnv a honc.;eho!(lcr earns an extra dollar beranse of tit,, i11crea,;e(l ,;11pplies of wa1tT whkh Wp havt• bt•t'H ~hle to g-et, and T am hopin'P on rails or other S])\'cialJy rrrrrnre
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    wh~ e~uld have owned horses, qut , today a motor v~bi.cle is o~~ed . whether fo~ lr . ~ p11;rpo~ or . ot.lle~ Wl~ by . ~ost . ev~rybo?;y ~ ' ~ . ~e 1. n,ceding that 1t .. m.'lg~i 1,10 . t,))ecause a . lot . QJ J.eg_a~ pifficulty will be l; , loii~ . i . th~ Jn, t~rp,retatio~ , p,eca,use, ~ yo:u see !Sir., t~at . .is how . ~ t a.~pei-s in tl;le original A.ct of 1894, f:\~Jj.qn_.3, . ;where lt . s11,ys that . " . ~ supply: of w ater for :r.~ie , :use ,. shall notin 1. , cld~ . wsuppJy odr (Wat!:lr , for e&,ttle pther .tJui,n : domestic StOICk, , or for horses, . or for: washing , carriages where " s~ich 1 h@rt10s , &r , c{l,rriageS'are kep:t for , sale : or r hire or hy , , a. , colllll1&n / car rier, or a sup . ply for any trade, , ma.nufacture , , or business, , or for water.ing gardens or •' ~or fountains,or for any ornam~tal'purp.os e ". 'So m , othet; , wo~, it . may , be the -swbject of interest ing Je~l , d1scu~1on : as to whether 1 if ~ou put "motor v.eh1de" ~here after ' , ' Carri,ages" '. it refers only to ntotoir vehrnl~ for sale ~r hire by : a common : carrier: . If the : big< garages have '.their other suj>ply ' .of water; . , 1)li-rii:>~ly thi~ would, ' not' deal wi~h tl}eni ' imd . wh~t I ' altXli' ' fearful ' ' about is . .1..:.5 I mean ' 1 if ~ it i~ . i#terpreied ' as ' I '' s ~ .tia y1 1anno t help interptet1ng it l?' ; ' apply to ' th~ oi:ie:-~atl' . ~xi_:_I thirik . it' r is '.' bo'llnd ''t~ crea:te i 1 har~p ,if ' ' we _. limit'ed it \ t . o Ii~ : ' ' :fuore 'i {h ap on~ ca.:,; : . 1.r ~St mor!'l tham . : '_ t :~~ , c4rs . on . , cer~ tnm premrses. Sometimes Sir the owner of a sin:gle ' ~axi inerely has ' a ' liee ' nle ,. ' for ' ' hire. ~o that if friend wants to bortow it; he could say it is licensed for borrowing, : and the r ent' 'i's so much per d~y or per mile_; and it w'Ould be working a hardship ~ with the proprietor who runs a, taxi ana who nas . to .have ali ext'l'a supply bf ' water ~ide ' what he 1tai-for do'II1esti'c l i>'('.1tj)i'.Jses m ' orde1 t that 1 h~ might i legally ' wash l1k3 i C8.1' . That . is where l said I in 'the old: days . the cw:ners 1 of horses " Were well-to-dd ' people, so ih 18!)4 the Hon : , Leatler of the Opposition 01 .< sa.y ' the ' hon&ur :. " able junior member for St : Andrew we5lild have owned their 'carriage-and-four.' Of course, they should pay for water, but even in those days the j ustifica tion , was that the / supply was so limited and the sourees which we have recently tappd were th e n untapped; but, Sir, I am not in favour of the jnclu E:ion O ~ these words because l do see that as wide as it is now, the one-:m&n taxi owner would have to have a.n extra supply of water; otherwise he ' may not legally wash his car in his ya:rd .! I ma:ke ' little cistinction between th.at person and a person who b~ a: pri~ate car. As a matter of fa,ct, a pers(?n with _ a: phvate car is " usually a person in quite a better position than the per~on who ' has one 1 car for hire in the majority of cases, bec ause ' he' lias a ' private car , for comfort and , convenience arid ~omilt.imes . for p1Ja1)bses ir of , hriur-y; ; wh'ereas the :ptoprieior ,; bf a orie ;m~n: taxi i has ; a source of sl'en:der liV'eliliood , and r he . deserves more : consideration than ' this would ~nti~le him ' to. That is why I look with : disfavour . on the inclusion of these words. It seems to me a m-a,tter of trying to bring the Act up to date so that an,Oile reading ' ih~ . Waterworks ' Act would realise tha!t Barbados has niototcars-ju s t putting in something , to " sa.y we have motorvehicles in ) this island and nt> longer have horses and citrriage s ,-but ' Sir ; that irs i my view or the matter and I im n ot persuaded tliat t -t ie t is wise to include "moto r' : vehicles" when <'trlainly that can be interpreted te5 a i pply to the case . c,! r a. single vehicle owned by : someon'e . who ' happens to have a licence for hire.... . , Mr. , j }O : D~..t\l.,U? ; _ Ml'. . qhajrIIJ.ap., I . m , ust agree w~* t.l;i.ose otper memb . e~s on th4, sicte that we are ma~ , , this ~Jlleqdm ~e rit '. to bring th~ , A,ct :Qc.P: t o-q.a.te , fro~ ,18~5 . to 19~6, W: e need not incld,~ . carriages or ay . of thmgs , today. . ' l'here are no . carriages , a~y~o:w . If Y?ll want to bring the A.ct , up-to,;date, . r.limmaie 1c arriage s and, do not put in automobiles. . Apart fr_o10 half do,zen , large . garage s. who have . . a1r~ady ,; ,nstalled . means of wa~er which ' I am 1 sure they will continue to pay for, cars , for hir e a,:re owned , ' mdividually. Thert are . Ow:lled not _ only in Bri:dge t t own, but throughout the . island. 1 Ar . e you : going to i ; ell me that these , 'indiyidua.ls will be asked if they , : have domestic tap , :;; now , , to hav e . in ~nothei:one , metered ' becau.se they happen to . have : one or, tWO' ~ ars f ., . 'I!~aUs wha try on : are asking! _ J.'65 p.m . :' . -,, .. , ,; : , .. i., . ,: ,-:, , , . " p~ ~ els~ _: ;r.~u . ;r,~ l ~kg . peop i~ ' not tO ~ya~~ ' foeir JI carfl a.t home;, they m~s~ go s~mewhere ~4, bu; waiter and wash . ~emf J ,. th , i . nk that . this Bill would . c e mor,~ ~p . -W ; p.~t~ iJ; ~4ese . vajlicles , v~re eiim.in11,ted , ; , :.f , ;you p.ut in, an established garage emplpying io or 12 taxi drive rs, you may say t.b.at yo~ , cannot , aff9rd . ' t<;> .. )o$e n i:i,:yt~ing, b:ut the majQfit y . of cars in this .rs l~ .w:hicl\' l:\,re,li~en$ed or . . t.l'a.d.e : are owned ; indi, ,, r vid,v.aJ.ly and ar~ ownedi in sucli . & , way that i t . wouid . h~ impossjpJ e! '!0 . r ( pers0n& d 0, tu.r.n ! in . ., another4ap ,, ; a11-d have it , ter00; . I think thAti the ,: Governi.ent 1 d; ould , r se, . it~a. t , poip~;! , and.1 ,. at , , 11hi s, -s tagr e-,, , I -t;hink, , , they sho,uld> realise ( that a , furtheJ' l a.IU,endment shoulii ; b . o , made : : l ,. ''' 1'\, ~--.,t : n"t !1~-i:r1 , , , ~-,, . , :~. ~-:~_;~: , : Hon. 1 G! 1 'H. ADA..MS: ' I ' ' liotild lik ~ to ask' 1 thl : hon. ) metnb~r whether'his •' argulri ~n t ' appli es only to . ( cars. ~oes th~ haY. fo( : a ~on-domestic " supply 1 Is h . e '' goirig ' to carry hiiJ , arg,hD).e:q.t' ' fu.rther ' and say that ' :dot on1y ' shi>lild you ~~tect ' f'roni , peopile \'>th<>' ~ 10 cars' ,. <>l' 12 ears; 1 bU:t' you r should aW> ~ c61Mct 1 'froin bak:hi'es ' or '. g~rden1 f of 'a , certa.iri ' size r Is ' he gbing ', tTTDEY , : , T , lle argument o:f the ht>n. sPnior mehlper for St : Job.n was : even stronger than mine. , .. rrll?,e : Gb~~nnment got , a.z-few shillings ! as, licence : /6-r . a c ar, and it is l a fact' iliatyou have been able t o develop your wate:r .. system m :Barba.dos. I should , ' Jike to say that on eJVery gallon of gasolene which a . ,

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    JANIJAHY 17, 1957 ~=====:::,,-:====== _ _ __ _ __ ,::_-,,___ _ _ _ _ __ _ OB 1 .F'IOIAL GAZETTE 1 ar ui\J1e1 u.,;e,;, \llll ~L'I :..: , ~,. allll ,\'11\'!i }•Jll ,alk aLutiL wa,;liin g off a t:aI' wi!Ji this wa tei, J slwlllJ like lo a~l , Jww else did yuu get this water s11pply '? If yon a!'e usillg .vonr sli(lll uf hakel'll'S. that is an t•nti1eh e thr hon. jnninr meml)('r [or 81. ,Jolrn will 1wt i:ikc : nmbrn!!e at that. [la11yhfrr ] . I mn ;int ~ 11,i11u tl1at thf' rfairies genrrally se ll watPr, hu1. they ~nst nse a lot of water if thPy must sell c:IPan 1 rnilk. I arn not wastinganv morP timl' with that; I am not votingfor this Hntenrlmrnt. Wl' lw,e .. om P fl long way from thc, earria~ps; torla•y yon. <'oll _ f'r•t '.rom th e owner of fl , motor Yl'hieli> a tflx whl<'h 1s laid 1lo\l n, but yon f'OJIPPt 2R1. on r>ar•h !!nllon of gaso]p11r h r uses. awl now >'OU say that . h e >C'a nnot wash l1is 1 r ,m the ,lonw.;;tic watrr surpl_v. a11hon~".h tl1<' ,rntc-r "npplv h,h 1 hf.p n obtainrrl ns a result of thi.c.: taxation ,, ,1 th<' \\'ash tlll'ir 1 1 -;. Tlios 1 . wli1> ,, 1 L1:,is an• parked in front of this building11s 1 wat('I' fr1,rn the st . andpip, in 11..iis yard t o wa,;lt th, :: 11 off .. Thy arr not washingtheir <•ar,.; with ,1a tt'l' n•!.[1s1 "nd by a gard en water ruekr syst, ' llL. s\ , . ::;oou a,; _1 _11 pnt amenilmPnts likr this in an. Aet y~u Tlllike ;t difficult. for pe opl r . I am sug-g-estmgto Uo~er11ment that th is is an error. 1 t i:,; wru11ga ttd 1 t shon l d not b<~ inelndPd in thi s Bill. '\Ye on this ,-ide of the table are 11ot !!Oing to vot e for it11. 1 r. C'HA1P...l\1AN: The queH . im1 i sMr. K D. l\IO'l'TLE Y : Tllr. Chairma.11, before ' llll 11111 1 '11' q111•,I in11. l \1"<1111 t~ ,Si!_I' that i1 ;,, 11•: t I'< alh llll ( ' ] 1111,(• :: lh;it 111t• q1w,;tH,11 shll11ld I pnt. .1 t s lionid Ill' (' ]; 111s< :!. Tll<' l'<'a s o11 \1-h~I wm1lrl Yntr> r:oains1. (');111 ~, :! i , h,,irns, 1hat Cla w,,• cl1•;1],.; ;1dw1lh 11.~ 111 ,1h;t1 \\'(' ill'!' tlrJ11tin , '.!. rnau.,;c :-i hm w•,-: id~in(J as fol1011•!! :Ayes: MR. SPEAKER, HoN . G. H. ADAMS, HON _ . .uR. H. G. H. CUMMINS, HoN. M. E, Cox, HoN, C, I;;, i'At,MA, Mas. BouRNE, MR . V AUOHAN and MR. M1L L.1m-b. .\,,'-": .\ Jr. Hl{.A:\t'Ki::1(-, l\11 : . ,J. l'. 'i'l'lJ OR. Mic .ALLDER, l\1R. HAYNES, MR. GODDARD, and .MR. E. D, i\foT'rJ,EY-6. On m u/ ion of Hon. Dr. H. G. Cummini;, second al by Hon. M. E. Cox, l lfr. CHAIRMAN reportecl proyress and asked for l e ave for the CommdteP. to sit again. Jllr. SPEAKER resumed the Chair and repo.r-t1 . d acc on l-i ngly . ADJOURNMENT Hon. Dr. H. G H. CUl\IMlNS: Mr. Sp ea ker, I lw:~ to move that this House do now adjourn for half an hour. 11 on. i\1. E. COX : I. beg to Sf'<\Ond that. 'l'lic 1111< sl ion wa , s put a-nd resolved •i;n the af Ji1nii1c 11:itlwut diuis-ion a d Mr. SPEAKER ad .[ou!n ed !ht Hm1 , ~e aaord-i11y/y . :i.2:) p.111. () n n s 11111 ;>ffon. W ,U'ERWORii:S BILL Mr. ~!'EAKER: ()11 adjuurnment the Hous e was in Cnrnmitte<. Jfr. 8] '1-: .IJ(J ~ 'H. left the Chair and th e House rc.rn111 . cd ('0111111illcc, Jllr. ;:J 1 1'1I1'JI i n the Chair. (!lause l and 24 1:ncl1tsiue wcrf' ea.lle<,.' a.rid pa.~sed:. 'l'hc first, se coH d aucl third schedule w e r e callr id ,1 11d passnl. 011 Ilic 'lllolio11 of Jiu?1 . .11. hi. COX seco-nded /1,11 /foil. f '. J,;_ T AJ,.M.1 l lfr. Chairman report e d tlw pa.ss-i n!/ of 1/ p B-il/ -i11 Com. m1ittf'P.. .i /r. : ,;J'l :'. lfi"i ;' /( 11• . 111111<1 //1 (' /11 r iJ' 1111<11/1:{ l/.'(l(/'(li11:1l11. 011 llt c "/JUl'lllt11111l ious o( ll u 11 . .l/. [, ,'. OOX "rrfut h11 H'1111 . ('. g TA ;,ilfA. 1:n r:nch case th e ,.!.// 11'1.'s ; 1111 / (I i/11/' r/ /i111, ((JI(/ fJ/l ss1d. Jlon. J)r . 11. G. II. CT.i \L\IINS : :\Ir. Speaker. tlti,; (•los,•,; 1 lw Uov('tnmrnt b11sine,;,.; for the aft e r i:1 :!. rid I ]H 1 1] ; ' \.t' thi . .J l!l iioi1:\('itd : : \'or < hrisl ('l1111'11 a poi11.1 ol' 01'd1. 111 vit'\\ ' of ll'hat ha s been s
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    252 OPFHJlAL GAZETTE : J:.ANUARY 17, 19 5 _ 7 Mr. BRANCKER: Mr. Speaker, this Address is one which I am sure hon. members should at least be convinced of its dire necessity. As you recall, 8ir, it was in Sept e mber 1949 .... Hon. G. H . .ADAl\'lS : I hope the hon. member does not mind if I interrupt him. I want to inform him that this question is bei!).g put before the Salar ies Commissioner ; and I wonder whether he w ould st ill go on with it. Mr. BR.ANC.KjER: I am sure hon. members of this Ohaim be r are pr epared to strengthen a n d fortif y t he attitude of the Salaries Com.missioner in revie w i ng a matter of this kind , and I am ce rtain if the hon. se nior m e mb e r for St. Jos e ph, the M in ister of .t ' inane;e, tells t he Sal a nes C ommi s ion er that this has passed this Chamber, he will look with gre a te r favour on it than if the matt er had been don e with L nt scr 1tiny accorded to t h e public pure . You will rec all that in September 1949 when we fully and first threshed out this matter, in those less enlight ened days there were only six member s to be found to sup port t hi s Resolution and seven members who were then to oppose it. That u.nJ.ucky number of thir teen was the number who happ eneu to b e in t he Cham ber at the tim e . Th e Address r e ads as fol lows: HOUSE OF ASSEMBLY TO HIS EXCELLENCY TH'E GOVERNOR 1. The House draws to the attention of Hi s Excellen . cy the Governor the necessity for the insti tution of an annual Christmas bonus for all publi c empfoyees whose pensionable emo lum e nts do not e x cee d fifteen hundr ed dollars ($1 , 500) annually. 2. The House requests that Gov ern m ent t ake e ffe ct ive action whereby su c h will be paid a s from December this year." I 6.10 p.m. l .As you know, Sir, it is the pr actice o f privat e firms in this Island, hard as they undoubtedly a r c in many instances towards th eir emp l oyees, to give a ce rtain amount of Christmas bonus; sometimes , they will give a, fo rtn i g ht' s wag es or a month 's wage ~ as the case ma y b e . It is the Government whi c h s hould se t the example and l e a ve it to priv ate enter prise to follow. We cannot, in th i s case, se t an e :iamp l e , b ecause the precept i s a lr eady befor e us : but I do not _ see the justification for continuing to lag behind private enterprise, and allow the lo wer -paid e mployees of the Government to suffer. Your Hon o ur will realise , as a person who mixes with p e op-le, what it is to th e humbly-paid employees of this Gov ernmentfrom the casual employees of the Highways & Transport D e partm e nt and the Water Works D p-artme nt to the El eme ntary School Teachers the difficulties whic h they have tide over, never without assistance, I am sure, over the Chri s tm as period ; and a lso the diffi c ultie s of those who are paid monthly after their salary cheque has been cashed on the 19th Decemb e r , and they have to wait for six weeks , un til the 23rd or 24th of Januar y befor e th ey are iri receipt of any furth er remuneration. De s pit e tbe assistance which they get from the Friendl y So ci'et i es, they draw th e ir salary a week or tw o befor e h nn d , an d there i s nothingat a l 1P.t 1i . t. 11 p t. rPe weeks of January until they are paid a~ain. Mr. Speaker, I do not think it is necessary t o p la ce any burd e Tt on the Publi c Tr e asur y by includ ing the more hi g hl y -paid Official s in thi s proposal. C e rt a inl y a, person who is getting $200, $30 0 , $400 o r $500 a month s hould be 'a ble to l ook a ft er him se lf. Ev ery b o d y likes to r eceive a present-I do not ~uppose ev'.'n th o n . junior m~mber for St . An =~=e:e:= ==~ = -drew, would refuse a s ub stant ial pr esent-but there would not be any justifica tion tor taking mone y from the Public Trea s ury and giving it to tnose per sons who can spend a happy t;hristmas irrespe ct i ve of any bonus. .Private enterprise is more partia! i-. , their highly-paid peopl e and will co ntinu e to give : , 4 , 6 and. 9 months ' salary as b o nu s. I am suggesting that the equiva l ent of 4 weeks ' wages b e the amount of Christmas bonus which the Government should be prepared to sponsor. l have ment10nect this figure o f $1,500 , but m no t weclded ag ainst $1 ,440 or ~l,tiO U , 1 but 1 th m.li tr.at a fig ure in tn at vicimty J. e al with the persons rn hat category who have a r e ally hard t ime at Lhri <, tm a s in ord ,e ~ to surv iv e the ec ono rruc ord e al it is a,u very wel t o say Happy Un istm a :,,. ' a!lu ' 'Me rry Chris tmas " to everybody, but if we want person::; to whom we are re s ponsible for payment, if we want to enable those lower paid peopl e to enjo y a hap py or merry Chr istmas, then there is only one l•ai:; quite rightly, in my opinion, drawn a tte n t i o n way which would n o t, in my view, co n stitute to o i 1 0a,y a d rain on the publ :i,lc pu rs e, b ut it would be a most justifia1ble measure to as s ist them a,t tha t im p ort ant season of the year which is the SJ)end i ng e ason. It wo uld g r e atly a sist the l o , west paid ;1E-rsons in the publi c e mplo y m e nt in th i s Colony. We know t hat the El ementary Schoo l tea c hers, tbe c asual workers o f the Highwa ys & Trnnsport Department, t h e c asua l work e rs o f the W:tt e rw:nks Department, the Polke Constables and p e ople of that (; l ass, find it almo st impossilJle to survive at that pe riod of the ye ar. I suppose that eve ry m e mb e r of this Chamber i s aske d in t h e c ourse of t.ho Y ear. ' -\ Vuat is being done about t h e Chri s tmas bonu~ 1 ls foe H ouse 11 0 mor e e nlig-ht e nPd or s vni u a th e tic to ,.rards this proposal than it was in th~se . bla c k days m September , 19 4 9 , when an Addr ess of that kind was d e feated b y the cl o se margin of 7-6 in the C hamber?" I ~ o not think it is necessary for me to empba,sise t he pomt any more; I think that the actual details c an be worked out lb,y the Go , ve:rnm e nt. I am sugg-est in gthat the eq uival e nt of four weeks' wage s o r a month' s s alary a s bonus to persons in t he s a l a-ry ang e of $125.00 a m onth or to p eople who are draw mg no more than $25 or $130 a week. They a r e the 1 :: e ople who stand in dire ne ed; they hav e to b orro w j ,, ear l v .Jann a: r:v and pay that hack from the ,Tanu iirv na , ~r c he q u e. The month of Januarv is one in w r , i cl-i nohod:v ran liv e on le ss than t~o months ' Y' ormal ex penditure or sa l ary . Without any more nr 1 ,0 . l'vfr. S neaker. T forma ll v begto move that this 1 \ilrl r e s,; d o n ow na s :o . 6 . 20 p . m . Mr. TUDO R : M r. Sp eake r, in rising to second the motion for the passing of this Addre s s which ha s been brou g ht forward b y my colleague, I should like to s ay, first of all, that far too li ttle att e ntion has been paid in this House to the situation: of tho s e e mp:lo yees of the Government whose wages and sa aries f a ll below a certa in range. Mr. Speaker , unless Your Honour's memory fails you, yo u will recall tha , t the Government Party suffered its first crisis in this House over the ques 'tion of w hat should, and should not have been paid, to the em ployees of the Government and it has left a heritage of bitt erness inside and outs ide o f thi::i Ho use which will only be removed by the electorate. Here is a chance ,before that fateful day to see whether it can be removed. It is, therefore , n.ot a matter which sa.vours of much politica l controversy, because it i s not a po li ri c al matter at all. In a ll its essent ials it i s v e ry s im

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    1 i k. lt. i s a re eognition of t h r fact Um: . G ove i'nm c nt -e mploys some people who are worse off than som,'., an.d those who are worse off are those at the end of 'he Est a blishment. I t is onlv common deeeucv that whenever the opportunity off~rs itself, as it is in this Address, that some reservat io ns should b e mad e to those employees whose cases should be looked in to when salaries are r e visPd. The Salaries Commis sioner is now going into th e pros and cons of this ,ery aspect of Government policy to r ecom mend, if he ca n, what s c ale of remun era tion should be given for those who are paid out of th e Publi c Treasury . I should like to expr es s the hope that all the blunders, all the hardships and all the anomalies will . be removed; but in th e m e anwhil r, this Add ress which is ' more limited in it s scop e, mer e ly asks that the Government adopt as part of its policy tha.t at 1east once a year bonus ( the particular sums can be arrived at) be paid to the lowest paid employees of Government so that the hardships of struggling 0 .v it h t he e o s t of J iv in g will not bear too h ea Yffy 011 them. The peopfe referred to by my colleagues are people who are members of the working class . It does not matter that because they are postmen, police constables, nurses or teachers, they are lifted out of that category of persons which this Govern ment allegedly repre~nts. They are of the people, and 8illY boon which can be conferred on them will be received not in the belief that something wonder ful has been done, but that the principle reached has been upheld. I have therefore great pleasure in . supporting my colleague and in commending this Addr e ss to the House. Mr. ORA WFORD: Mr. Speaker, before yvu put the question, I think thatt if you read , etween , the lines of the speeches made by the hon. Mover of the address and the S'ecohder, you will probably i-.trive at the real basis of the argument. Implied m the Address is the fact that since workers in this < ategory are underpaid, some rererence shoi.1ld be made in some form or the other to give them a more livin,g wage. The hon. Mover of the Address , is ask ing that the deficit should be made up by a Christ m~ bonus &,nd the hon. junior member for St. Lucy has quite rightly, in my opinion , drawn attention to the fact tha.t what is really wrong is that their basic wages are really too low and Government when m inded to giye an increase of wages to Government servants puts on a greater increase on the people in the higher brackets, and when it gets down to the 1!mployees in the lower bracket it gives them more sparingly. In 1953 W'hen there was the last sala,ries revis ion the Go~ernment did not see fit to award the workers in this category more than op.e penny an hour. We on this side of the table demanded at least a four ce~ts increase and after strenuous opposition, the Government made some sort of compromising gesture by, adding another cent to the proposed in crease. The hon. senior member for St. Joseph, now the Premier, actually told the House that the in crease W'OUld mean a complete cessation of the P11,b lic Works Programme and that we would have to curb our social expenditure. There would be no finances for carrying on the educational programme , and the most serious lamentation which came forth 1 from him was to the effect of th e finan cial destin y which would overtake the colony if he agreed to the request of the Opposition and give those workers the increase which was demand e d. The hon. mem ber said that the entire Public Works programme would have to come to an end, and yet you will re member after that he allowed the then Colonial Sec retary, Mr. Robert Turner, who was appointed as Salaries Commissioner for offic~a_l~ in the higher brackets of the Service, to award the most extrava gant increases to Government officials over and above the remuneration mentioned in this Address. It will be . still fresh to hon. members of the House and the public, of course, .,, of the strenuous debate which ensued in this House when the pro posals came before us, and it is still a matter for heartburning how unfair was the answer of the Gov ernment when it came to giving an increase on the one hand to . those higher officials and what it did to those who were lesser paid. So, Sir, by this reminder that the salaries of these workers are manifestedly mu~h lower than what they $ould be, yqu can very easily understand why the minds of some hon. mem bers on this side of the table should be exercised over ~he unfair wages paid to the unestablished st _ aff, so to sp eak, in the Government Service. Of course, this is not the time to dilate unneces sarily on this matter because at long last the Gov erument ha.,, got around ' to the ' fact ' that Govern ~ent servants are in need of higher remuneration ~f they are fo cope with the higher cost of living . It 1s a matter for regret that the large bulk of th~ workers in Government Service gets less than those wh~ are working on sugar plantations . The average agncultur~l worker when he gets work is paid at higher day's rate than, say, people who are work mg on the staff ' of the Department of Highways and Transport or the Public Works Department and it is also know,, that among the members of 'the un , established staff there is also , a wage scale which does not compare favourably with workers in similar categories in private employi;nent, .. 6 . 30 p.m. ., . -1 / Eith e r therefore ; Sir th e Government realises the obligation under . which 'it . exists , fo respect , of these workers by endorsing the words , contained in this .Address and giving them this special bonus at <:'lu-.jstmas time, or bett er s till, Sir, should endeavour 1 <> e nsure that their weekly earnings bear a better re latio~ship ~o employees iii the high brackets of the puibhc service who for the greater part are entitled to these high wages. long vaica.tions , with pay holiday with pay, . pension rights and so on ; and I repeat, Sir, 1l1ey sh ould endeavour to mak e th eir wages bear a l, ett er relation to the remuneration of those in the higher ihrackets by seeingi , to it that they are paid a ~ala::r: more in keeping with the &:bnormal highcost of hvmg : The Government has doti.e its best to in c rease the cost of living ; it has made a special effort to see to it that the cost . of living in Barbados is the highest in the area. You will rememJber Sir what they did with thP Customs Duti e s. which' the ~selves ,,er e the highest in the area. Mr. SPEAKER: The hon. member is now go ing outside the terms of the A,ddress. He must really h f ep to the Christmas Bonus, Mlcf'although the hon. me mb e r h as admitt _ ed t hat t h is was no t the ti me to t1eal wi t h it at u nnecessa ry l e ngth , yet he in s peaiking of the wages of these workers, has , repeatedly and at Ro me l . ength dilated from the subject andi I am sur to he should not now further , dilate in the m&tter. Mr. ORA WFORD : I have no desire to do tha t Sir , out my reco ll ec tion in c onnection 1 with the matter 1s that the last time it was before the House, th e Government members were inclined to treat it very facetiously and there was opposition expressed today on the floor of the House from the Governmem B~nches. One Government member at the time actu ally 1 called it trash so that my idea. today is , therefort to endeaivour to impress upon the ' minds of hon . rnemioers that so deserving is this type of worker at the hands of the Government in , the . moving of the

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    . __ . . _ ___ _ __ _ . .. . . ___ __ . ___ _ _ __ _ __ _ ------.. --. =:-__ -c -c C . _; : ui,lr e;-; ;-;, that 1 c ail do llv u e L iei" :: : i t;-. ~i 1 a 11 LV eu11111.i lli L ' llu n ,; t , Lliat tJ ,e _peopl• .' u e.,, d Iii!,; mo, w y ll t cause 01 tl:!c high cost of living. J.;'ar be it from ru e to llilaLt' tod11,y on aspects of tne maitter which might be more properly ronsid e n~d if and when the 1.11etual salar_y 1nereases come before the House, but for the purpo;-;e , if I lw ,\ddr,• s s b C> fort• 11 ;.;, ii is st ill lii ;, h i _\ l' ,; ,;cntia , 1 ul.l hon. 11wu1 , b, ' rs slto11ld liave impres~w d upon their rni11ds t.!1p fad. that whil,• it i :as b,Pt1 p,,i : . J t( ,d unt . l y Loth p1•vinns :-peaken, that tlH:•SP people a,l'(~ now ;intl<•rpaid, the mere far•t that the Governnrnut ha'-l a1 i , ast appoin t ed a Sala.1ies' Cornmissinn1 ~ r is an ad _ •ni ss ion that thry r e :,!arrl sa , laries hr.low what the,\ : : ' m ulct be; and sin re these fa r ts are 1rn to redrr.~s these un l'air :\rnlanees in so far as this typP of worke.r is con1 , nwd. T!wrrforr, ~ir. T make no apologies for: ,,,mindinit th" Homw t.hat t.he cost of living in Bar h;id ns i s ~: ,da., .l1i . ~ilf'!' thnn i t i :--: i n : ~ ~ n: 1 ~ t ii 1•: i::i i i , . [ 1 W e st Indian Colony in the area. It is highl'r t.h~n ih e cost of living in Great Britain, it is higher than the <'.Ost of living in Canada, and it. is hig hrr than tlw eost of liYing in the United States of .America. Fn11d s t11ffs . l111IH 's n nnt in thP. area wh e re thPv allow fnr lP s s than ::-n:v 0tl1 e r West Indian Island. Evpryhod~ knows .. Mr. SPEAKER: ThP hon. member is now pursuing a different line of argument. Mr. CRA WFO'RD : I must Si.r, most. necef..c;.a.r ~1.v . What. T want to respectfully snhmit . is: thit.t. there can be no argument for giving this l onus on in c reased wa.ges to this tYPt' of worker unless ono , ;1 11 proyr tlrnt th r o,t of 1i1 i, 1 !! n i ii le < him l o it :rn ri 1 a rn sn1~rri11"1 1n rr '. ~i!_ ilir1t jf r , 1 ~ thr 1in0 l 1:i i1(l yn11 ,J:rrrtl.v incrrasl' thP eost of living b., taxation polir~ ;11 1 rl on thr oth e r hand; yon pnrposel:v rf'strict tb1-' !1r 11 pe s t. !! n oels from coming' to thf> m11rkPt and t.ha1 ,.., what. vnu 11 , r r doingwith Ameriran r,ommodit.iPs tl1 r rr is ~n qnrst . ion n h01if it. Tn the nthcr islands ot 1 11r \Yl''-t Tn,rnn '!'Pt in B11.rirnnoR 'J'here iFnot on(• sii; ff lil'SS ( 'llti;il 1 •m1 11 1 1 111lih i11 r ,1ih ,,, J .. . , to d ; 1 \ ,on f '.' 11,nnot . !!Pt rhea.per from Amerir a than r:r P n.t Britain. G.40 run. h i, i! fr n n Even when allowance is made for the diifference in ex.change for putting sterling on a par with thr . ,W1erican dollar, e v P. n the basic , commoditi es , e v rry : 1 ingl e one ra,n b e obtained cheaper from Amerira foan from Great Britain. Th e policy of th e Govern ment is to se<~ that the minimum amount of go0 astounding. Be that as it ma:v. since the Govern ment is direetly responsible for the a 1 etual existence of this type of worker. and since th<~ Government is add;iug an uunecessary burden to thr ba r k of this lJ I.JC of w,JrJ.i.er, Lileu the ol>liga,tiou falls ou tL...:w, a,i J .-;aiu e ariier, to endeavour to m.ake tliis burdeu as light m, possible for the worker . lf, for the future, that i..s to say, if aiter t.ue r ,alary revi;-;iou, we may expect some lllore reasouaibiie sl:ale of remuneration, then as some sort of gesture f(\l aU Llie y e a.l's tlia.t these people wc1e UlH..icrpaid a. ntl exploited, the Government might well eudors..., l i:e suggestion contained in the Address. '\\'hether you call it a C:hristrn.as bonus or not, they should rnakc i:;ome ad e quate lump sum payment to this type oi worker betw e en now and i 31st December . As I :aid, we expe c t that wlwn t.he salaries ar e revised, the , .1 .: ,•,.; will 1 n1 1111, 111 " l'iilt \ \ itli tlw abilih of tht 'Ut,v l-' Tnm c nt to pay , (nHsi~ering the eno1:mous wealth v. liich is extr3!(:ted from the Country, and if the wages are going to be reasonable in the future, let t li 111 dis.-11;11 . p tli ; 1t l't'sp011 s ihilit_\ fort lJ, , -p a st b.,do ing s u 1udhiH galong ti1c Jiu, •;:; iudieat,d in this i\d dress. Mr. HA YNES: Mr . Speaker, while l see 111,111y -ood poillh in what 11it• hon. i\Ion o f tht pas:, i 11;,; of this .1 \dd ;l' css has said, (•specially with regard to tl H hn i' bra t: kets of the U nestablished Staff of the < .J ivil Scrvic (; , yt> t . I am not in favour of the tit.le of 1 . IH• Address. With regard to the question of an in -: e ntive bonus, I believe that most of the personnel in ~ harge of Departments could make note of all tht• r;o ints of r.ffici e n c y or working conditions and those p o int s 1 could b e <' onsidercrl bv the Departments and , .ncl au irn entive honus conld be given on that Scale, i f you like, at Christmas time. I am quite sure that 1 h c mour.v thus spent would: be money well spent if '. hat s:vstem w e re adopted, but I certainly cannot con ceive thr idea of the hon. senior member for St. Lucy proposing that this Christmas bonus should he give~ i n this wa.y. T do not think that. any rational person conld conreive of it, I will support the Address if ; ,,q1. rn,•i,il11 . , 1ro1d1l i11~1•rf an 11rncHl1111•nt alon~ th, lines J ha,ve indicated. .Mlr. BARROW: 1 do not regard it as a soUlld economic poli c y to withhold the just reward of their work from the workers for ele,en months of the year and then give them something at a time when it is highly unlikel:v that thP workers will be able to re s e rve any of the money which is given to them for purposes other than those of their own advaueement. , it the sarnt• ti11w , human ronduct being what it is, , e rtain econ om ii habits of se:tsonal spending are w e ply ingrained in this Colony. I would be the lam rt rson to oppo.~ c the idea that at the very time wheu tli e demands on the resources of the working class rn , an a re at their highest. his pur c hasingpower should he in r reasPd in s ome measure in the way in whiel1 t . hr pnrchasin r.power of th e derk who i~ fortunatr rnoug-h to work with a big business firm is increased. W<~ all know that in r c1tain busin e ss under takings in this Island, the employers pa:v big bonuses to their worker s imlu, cn ntiol. y;1n-in ~ i11 inY('r ,;1• proportion to the raink ~f the particular ~orker in t.be firm down the ::;<'a-le to bonuses of $800 and $400 8 month.

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    JANUARY 17, 19&7 OFF'ICIAL GAZETTE _", _ _ ; .: . ' c..::. " "...:.:: =================================== 255 Some firms pay ~ . mu ~ h as 10 months ' bonu s , some 5 months, some 2 . ; , some of them pay 10 month s' bonu s to Di,recto:i,-s, and some 6 months' bonus to the junior managerial staff; they pay various am . ~unts depend ent on the amount of excess profits which the Control Board and the Labour Government have allowed foem to accumulate in the space of eleven months of the year. 7.00 p.m. Now, their ability to make larg e disburs e :::u ent s at C hri stmas tim e do es not spring from a n y conversion to christianity on their part; its s).)rings, as I have said before, from the desire naturally, on their part, because of the hegemony _ under which we are suffering at this time of our history to pay BS little money into the Public Treasury as they legally are allowed to pay. That is their first instinc~ and this instinct is ,' engrained in the economic( lif e . of every citizen, so to _speak, during the last' five year~. They are saying: '' I am not paying into the Public Treasury more than I have to pay because it is going to be squandered.'' In the second place, they are able to pay this large bonus at Christmas time for the simple reason that there is an in c r ement inc rring to the :finan c ial assets of th e firm during the course of the year which is not provided for even in their wage structure or their . demands for mortgage and capital outlay; in other words, the excess pirofits are due to the fact that they are pay ing out to the workers less money during the course of the year and the Christmas bonus then becomes a deferred payment of wages. In so far as t4e Government is concern\ld, th~ only undertaking which it has of a commercial nature , iis ti;_e Transport Board and ' -we ' all kn'.o~ " that that' Board will. p.oi ~e able to pay out a bopus this year , W ~ know th1,1,t . Government is not of a commefi,cal nature and the peQple who work in Government can.. not stake their claim to a deferred payment on the same corisideratiqn which would prompt the clerical worker in Broad Street to make his deman ' d. But there are other considerations. This Government has _ thought fit that any one working for $180 ' a ' nion t h, whether he be in a profit making concern like the General Post Office or in a ' department like the ' Edu. cation Department or the Waterworks Departm~nt which operating 01;1 a pro_fit an _ d loss _1>3:sis _can.no~ ' possibly pay , for itself-without any d1stmctign be tween . Department and Department-haf': elected ill: jts wi s dom a nd s u cc u m b e d to the bl anch s hment s of: certain officers of th e colony a few years ago and top~ranking . Civil S e r y ants to pay to thos e parti c lar office rs workinofor mor e tha rn $4QOa mo nth a deferred payme1it 0 so _ that th e y ca n go ' ori holida y. I challenge anyone to say that it is not a deferred payment you pay him every three a.n~ . a half yea1;S in the form of leave passages for himself and his wife. Leave Passage means a minimum of given to those employees who get over $1 , 80 a month for every three and a half years of service. Let me say that before the Labour Government came into power in Barbados, no one thought that the climate of the colony was inimical to the upper branches of ~he Civil Service so that any one of them could claim , as the y do in Africa , that the climate is so inimical to them ' that they need thi s deferred payment by the gra.nting of a leave passage to allow them to go back home to recuperate. W.e have a policy laid down by this Governm e nt that th e basic n ee ds of a human b e ings are food, shelter and c l othing . y OU ge t this Government deciding though it had sa id so, that Civil Servants who work for more than $180 a month should have 1 'a deferred payment of 25,% of their salary given to them ont!e every four years; ' . that is; . . at the end of 3 years they go on six months vacation and get SQ.tething like . By simple arith metic it works out to 25% of their salar,y per annum. This Government _ has also decided . to give to another section of _ the p~ople of the colony, the agri cultural workers, especially, at election time, a 19% deterred payment , althoug}:t . they 1,1,re , repre~ented by a strong all;d . virile . Trade Union; therefore we take it tqat they get the maximum tQ whlch their labours entitle thell).; t~king i_!lto consideration the state of ; the sug a r industry. , .. . Now, let us start with t hese assumptions. We start with the assumption of . good w-ages being paid because of the rev~sion of wag es among the sugar in . d us t ry . . You start with the 11ssumption that the T rade _ Union is alrea d y , getting _ for the workers a . fai r and j ps t prop o rlion , o f th~ , _ pr_ofits wh i ch were , an d a re bemg mad _ e by _ tne sugar industry o f Bar . bados, an~ ' a _ t _ election time '' you g e t . ' Government s(le ing , t o it tha t th _ E:l sugar workers get this 19% de fe r red pay me nt. 'j :{p~~k ~~ g ~f '. ~hl.!, t n ew ' p rinci pl ~ w hi ch Government has esfablish.l;)d, we have _ then at one side of th e . stage, the Governntent deciding for their own ' employees a def erre d p~ym e nt. W e ' have as w ell a p e rmanent ' syst e :r;n iri tn ' e sugar in , dustry I wh _ ereby the . agric u ll;u t"ii.l ' Wqrkers get a def ~ rred p-ayment. Whethet tl! e y g~ i t it . in S ' eptember o r I>e~ . cember (it is for some my$t~i:ious reason not un related to the electio , n: date) i s li :r;natter of supreme ' indiffererici;i 1 t o' 1 me, 1:iijt ' i,t is ' 8, fa c t C that after Jrune ' . they ge t a deferre\l pa.yhlent . althoug h'. . tlieY. lire well organised ' in a: : Trade ' Uhio:ri " ari'd altlicnl.gh their aver~e _ wages a:re_'f~r in exc~s of )~ ': a ~ er~pe ca;~ _ . tonmer who workmg for . the Barbados Government gets I~ss thaT) $1L60 a week ' of which $1.60 is cost of living bon~s. i will not refer to people like ja.ni c tors because they get less than ! $7 a "\te'ek. . . It is elementa~y, Mr. ' Spe;aker ; ' UUit ' hurifan re. , quire'inen ' ts b(l'ing more ' or le~ sirriirar bet,ween per ' so n a ha. per~on : _ arid co'uritry '' arid ' country, that wh13n a ma:n has ah ip.corile which Will ' pro'-i.de : him with the . , basic requir~nlents ' 'and leav ~ fiiin ' \ v'ith 11 11 ' exces s ove1 arid a:bove ' his basi d iequirementi;;~ he . has a:n elemint of _ choic e in _ the disposal of that part or his income over his bas~c requirements . It may sound . to sqme hon .' me:rp.bers as if I am theorisi;ng }?u.t I am quite serious-: A man who is working fo'r $6 _ : 50 _ a 1 week ' nas' no 'element of choice ' iri the disposal ' of his income beca use . he has no ex~ess incqm'~ : , A ma'n . who . works for $180 per month has an eletn~nt ' of c hoic b 1 i.n '' the disposal of his incqme, but a ~a.ti w'cirkirig for . $45 per month has nb element of choice iii . the dispo,sal of his income. '' ' ' 7.10 p.lll . . rr His iii c o me is . di !:,J >0 se d of , for him the minute h e wakes up in the m b rning a~d demands ' his break fast be ca use his ' whole purchasi'ng 'p o wer is consumed by b a s ic .. requirements. If we acc e pt therefore th~ fact that we are living in a Christian community and' th a t w e have acquired th e habit ' ' of increased sp end ing at Christmas tim e, . and that you . re c ognise mo'ral ' obligations both to your friends and to your family and t o tho s e who _ work for you and with you at this time of the y ea r ' which , you are cdntent t'o i gp. ore for the rest of th~ year, it means a mah working for $11.60 a week-and I wo , uJd g 9 so far .. to say a ' man workin g for less t ltan $180 a ' mo :hth----:-cailno't give . play to his d e sire t _ o parti(!ipate in tli ~ season f of ~o odwill ' to the extent -to which he wbuld like or , a t alt He has not got _?. ny ' scope 'to allow liirli. s elr' td feel the same human being /is the _ man who gets a leave passage . every _ four ye~rs Qr thr~e and a half years; he does not get leave passage at ' all; he hair not got that to look forward to. Every year in the Unite _ d Kin g dom, . ~o gi-~at is tl_!.e ~ncrea:se in the circulation of British Treasury notes that the Treas nry has to issue ' million at the beginni:rl.g Clf December which they call back in during the

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    250 01-11 1 !CI.AL G AZE'i"l'E .) 1 "1 '_\.Rl" 17, 19'~7 ===== --. _ ___ _ ..:. ,:,-c:=____ ~------======== ,::,c,,c,,.,, _ =___,,,__,,,~ _ ,--,======= :,:eco11(l 01 third WPPk in Jan nary and ,kstro."; but there is this terrific temporary inflation, this terrific desire of evrry single person in the community to spend morr money than he has been spelHling during the rr,;t of the year; and if I may come back home to my original proposition, J would like to say this: in the .light of the talk of making app11i11tmrnts to the higher brancl1es of the Civil Service, in tlw light of tlwir elrvation into the Sugar lndust1.v aud that t.hr paynwnts are in an undcsirablP :-tatP of affairs, (q sho11ld llOl i>v r•.0111p11tPd 1Yitli ,1ay 01' l ll•l' or,• ,,:JPt l!Oll t'i1111': thP _ 1 lia\'(• d pa_v m<'nts. whrthrr yon rall it lrave passa/.!f'~ or 'f)roduc tion honrn; 01 ChristJnas bonus fm that matter; de fi>1Trd paymrnt is a principle whirh ha.-; not onl~ I, ,!,i1s < 't! :ii1tl ;1t,•ptl'd 11_1 Um,•n11111t h11 inil atrd by them. an 0 no othrr person, in M far a.<1 C:overnrnent sprndingis conN•rnf't lrave ment to the lower branches of the Civil S(•rviee ann I hope the ho11. member for St.. LlH'_V would accc>ut an amendment to let that run from per annum downwards, brrause that is the lowe,-t salary level at. which leaVf' passages are given; therrfore, since :nm have given everybody over -25 a year leave passages, I feel it would be a good point, a point (•hosen by Government themselve,.;, to grant new disp e nsation to the lower salaries of the Government ,, ;;11d i '.\n1 i!d li!:;:( 1 fp po i id l\l lf lh<.11 rt month's salai~at Christmas time is onl~eight a.ml a hlllf or more correctly eight and a thinl per 1'.ent. of their salar_v whilr ,sugar producrrs getting more, an(1 people with leav e passages are getting 1n ':f. 7:)~ <") ()I' : ! .} 0 , ~. '!'Ii;• _ ()!'I' tl i ';--1\\"iil~.!' t!•nl' nn1ou1it OY< all(1 above tl1eir salaries at. the ernl of thref' : mnt or to commend thr U,11,n11i: c' nt l.it,ans1• 11[ 1rhat th,, 11011. l'rPmit•r ha-.; said . On tilt' lasr. O( ta.:-;iull, thP lI011. J'r(h. aud sai1l that \\'l' should hare amt•nti. (';[ tlw .\ddtt•s.--; so as to ill(•lll(l e IH'rsons who v.-antcd to go 1111 a ,1 k-cHl sp1<'<', c,r .,Ylw wantP(l to Jiaye ;1 bir11idc1.'pa rt., a 11d sn nrt. I am not making any l<-11gth_,;..p,•t•ch tod;1y: l am 1oting for tltP AddrPss on lilt> a,,11 1 ;111,, . 11\ti , I! 1l : , 11011. !'r 1n i"r \ta-.; giYe11 to 1 lw ho11. sr i,-; 110\\' lwfon• t 11(• ~alaric•,; Cnt111uissi;1nt'r. aml it ,1onl,l h 1ak, 1•,11 c,f_ Thar Sl'Olll'(l to b, quitr• rontrary to th(' Hon. l't e mi ; •r',; opinion <111 tit,, \a,;I O UoY('l'llment towards this matter b.rcanS(' W( ha 1, . not di,-,-nss<'d it Y<'t. ' Mr. E. D . i\tOTTljEY: 'l'he Nalaril's Commis sioner must ha\'(' had tt>rrns of r,•ferenee of some sort . f migl1t be a fool, hut. you eould not accuse the hon. S(•nior nwmlwr for ~t. [,ney of being a l'oul. B11 t ltc,1r ('(,-;(' 01Lid ,: 11yhody inhrpre1 th< 11011. Premier wlwn h e got up after tltc• hon. se11io, memlwr for :-it. Lne;v began to 1110-.,_, tilt' passing of this Addn•ss and aske(l the hm1. mt>rnber to Q,'iYP "'a> to him ' ! from 1\hat th e H,)11. P1(ier ~a id . well, if he ,1 r1• poki11: 1'1111 . I do not lrno11; liL ~ 111i'. . d1t h;11< h, 111;1kin~ 1'1111. i llll Ill' ;1 -.kr•d th,• li1J11. ,,,•nior lll<'lllh1r f'ur 81. L11t to 1ri1e s1a, to hi111. and lw ,;aid tlrnt th<' .:rn1t.er_is brfo1< the S,tl :ni,:s Commi:-;sio11<'r. \Ye all know that tl1c IIo:1. PnmiPr 1ro11ld not wastr an> ti111e in p11tti11g h , fo1 1' tlw Salari,,s Commis:-;ionrr an\thinowith whieh thf• GoYr. ,rho is r•'nll~ tli i (;"1, ,r 11 1 111 11t. ha-; lwrn < onYrrtf•rl all(l frels [Jlr. 'l'PDOH: H r has not sni1 i,110-,1 brforp tl1P Salarir•s Commissio11er. T snv that I :1rn snpporti11 '-!' this A t l(lrPss. an1l r f1rn ,_,Jarl to sf'<' from tlw <'Xpt,ission of th,• II011. Pr e mi<•;. _ that the (foy_ l'l'llllWllt is i11 fan,nr of it. Tl11' (Jlllsfio11 ll1r1l th 1'.., .l,7dr, ss dn 111JI/' J>tf,,s 11 11s p11! and /'fsul1 1 r,d 1'.11 /7,r affir111r1/ l'r. /!,, ![0 1 1." ., .,'/1• . ; ,7;J.I!/ fl:,:. (uf/1111•., : Ayl'.~: l\f p ssrs. VA Fnn_.\N". fla.nghter J, BRANCKF.R, BAm:ow, 'l'rnoR. CRAWFORD, ALLDER. TIA Y!'<'F.S. Goo DARD and E. n. MOT'l'T,EY. 9.

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    0 1:"l [OI A.L G.AZE ' l " fE . Yu,.,: Ifo11. < ;_ l i . , '1 DA : :s , Ho1 .. Dr . IL C. II. Ct . : 1 ~:~ , ll < Jll. l \ l. E. Cox. ll() li. C. K T , \.l, :. ::, . Ill r . ~ :. L ~ ; .J\l::s . ]~01 u :l 1 1 k t ,llll l maiuta in two ur mor< pip el iu e ,; b e giu11 i 1 1g at a plaee n ea r th e s h ore u[ Ura v e ' s E11d in 1 . l w [ i, H•i slt ur ::-,t. .i.\fo : hael iu this l s l and to be al) J . .11 ,,1 , . d l;y tlH (,u1 e rn or -i11 E.xiPr:utive Conuuitt.ee, tl,l',, , , (.u1 1ti11ui11g 0 11 or lllHkr th1 fore-shun and al rn ,;..: tile se a , bc( l l o a pla c e in tlw s r a to be approved ~•r t f. 1e Uowrnor-iu-Exe c utivc Co111mitt e e for the p,11 1!"' ,;e u i eo11n ., i11g sea \\'at<•r t o hl' pu11 1 1 h : d from tl1 ,.. ' " a .iJ1 tt1 tit< vo111pan,r's ('in : 11lat i 11 g w a te r pump .i11 g plant a1Hl tiI< l t• r et nr lling tn tile s,: .. 1 br ~ ueh J , i )ld j 11,l ' ~ ; . .\i r . t,UJJIL\1/1) : .1 bt•g !11 11w 1 e 1'tt C l aw ,~ a :-:! , u ; t } Jal't. l' h . ~ U ., LDEl~: l wgto s t u11d that. ; ,l r. Ba \l/l:(i\\ ': : Iii-. lltair111;1 11 , l'lanse :.l i s to Tl! '.' c' li.• "1 tli n t t l 1t <,111pa1i ~ i , , h ., :1 uthorisell to <' (1t: . ..: :-n vt aud 111ai11 tai11 tm> or !11 ( ,r c> pi pl'ii u e:-; be g-1 1 , " i . . c; r, a pl;i,• ll tli 1• s 1a b .1 s nch piJ! . : lim,, . I ,1 a11t : n to n•c1at l, , for I Ii< Jlll rpo .-:, o I ' puttin g ,!, , 1.1 th::t pip ,•l i11e . _\.,; a 111 att: of fat'!' , i f yon g o l ip t o n ; \'( 'S l ~l ltl , a:-: y o11 Nrt ' /Jl• htnllll ' d, ,1'011 an• li l:c I . Yt.o fa ll <1011 11 ; ind l1 r 1•nk y 11 . lll l'11lber 1 11 1 l wd, f() r l1i 111sp ] f. : fr. 1 ' JL\ TU .'1 1.\ \": J ,rnul,l l ikP tu 1l' l l t he hon. 1 1w ; , i ber t l 1 at Jhi s H o n se l1as n l 1 , 1 d. pa :" "' d a Ti t•,-o !t ,: i : w nn t It i s sn. rn1 1 him t. .!Hr . fl.\U I:<)'\\': B1; , l :11 :1 "l"<1 1 , i J11,: 0 11 C l a u se : , r, . C 1l.\l!Df.\ X: r /lll l cd:, frll i11 : ~ ~ 11 that t li: Ee : . . , . ]i;i, , p ,1,,•f'c] 1h 1 F: !'sc ,111ti , n t o appri , , e of tl1 : 1 ,: ,y , .. r 11,i , , l ill , ([ nt (l l'an 's E1 1 d tn t l w Ba rh:-ic l o: J , i r J; ~ :i: : J P n , 1 1 r ( 'nm pm,,,. ]> ' fr . f:.\ Jn~()l,, , ~ : T a111 :-:a~-i1 1 . ~ that not (11!1., hav e w r a&:TrP d to j lit n , •;;c-,]111 !ill! 1 1 , :1nnrn\ n f 1 :1 t• l r> a-;11 a 11 111pli : ,;/ied fad . . i n otht 1 r " ords , thi s U hmnh1 j :,; T e dw d to th e l ew l ol ' a Sl' h ool d< i,atiug sol.'. i e ty heea u :,; t ! it ha:-: no po11 ,,, to disallow 01 di , mppruve ot a n ytliiu g " hiout :ZU to :Z-1: iudws iu diameter an d whidt thel' l:c1 n• aheath laiARD : ,< 1 co111l c rl 1'.11 ea!'h. rnsr 7 1y ,l[r_ ALLDER t l 1r I', i lf u : as r n wZ rr th ir d tii: 1 r rr n d vasg1 d. Hou. n.. H. A DANI:S: ::\fr . ~p cakr 1. T s !i o nlrl !ik C' to :,;; 1.'in eo 11n; t ion wi tl1 Ot l r r :'(o. fl of Private 1 i

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    OFFICJ-M,i GAZETTE JANUARY 17, 19'57 Members' Business standing in the name of the hen. I j~ior member for St. Lucy. When he gave notice c,f this, ,_ it occurred, to me that te honourable mem her would find considerable difficulty in getting a f;uecessful answer if this Address passed or was even forwarded. I made the necess&l'y enquiries and I a~ sure that there is no chance of having the hop.. m~mber's request complied with, and, I am suggesting that he does not proceed with this Afiqress bec~use it _ }V<>uld be rather embarrassin~ . tQ ~Y' the leflSt, if th,e House of ;Assembly passed an Add.i:ess asking for s01B.ething to be done if the answer is , g,~ing to be ' Jlfo• 1 I believe _ tlie hQno~r~le . 11\~b sees the :;;E:ni,i~Ieness, if I may coi:g. a wo};"~, o~~oJi , proceeding iw1th 1t and I wanted to make ~ha:t , stll,t~irumt so th,ait the . hon. member ~ay be c1ear on ei:,;ta.in . things which . however much we ma~ like, are ' not just done andr tni5~ I am sure, is one of the thinga, Si.r. Mr. TUDOR: Mr. Speaker,' I li~ve h e ard with interest . the statement of the Hon. tlte Premier and I am 3 glad to hear also that a check has been made hefor.e ha.wl to ascertain the feasibility of the passing of , tbis Address in , . this House. Far be it from me, M,. $pewr, to sponsor an Address . in this H'ouse, nO;tlrPtrqversia.l ~ it is, whicn might be " visited . by -a . , ; r'i\~WD , Qf tbie . House. . 'nhe Address, itself is c-f COUI'~ ~91k-POl~ieaJin character but still , vety serious I :w,i}l-t~ 1 you , w~t I _ will do, :Mr , Speak~r; I won't a~tl\~ i 1 wijl1qr~,v-..it , fi1Ull . the Order ,. B~pei'; but : I ,~~1 J~t ~~v~ ! i.tr_tbgr~ $0 that l can satwf:1 myself by ~n in~~~~p.tc. c,hec . ~ of 1 it , in the , : House of Con;JiWOP.S w.d , other , inte11ested ~ parties . as . to 'W'hether the proceq.'Jlre envisaged was . a& Wl'()ng as, it is alleged . to b~. . , .. . . .. Hon. G. H . .ADAMS: I hoped the hon. members \\'ould have understood the explanation given. I took the trouble to make enquiries so that he would not he i~1. the position of . not knowing what the answer was going to be. I have seen some such questiQ.ns a s ked, but of course if the hon. member is going: to get a member of the House of Commons to ask the question, he along with that person would be marlc to look silly. Mr. TUDOR: If the hon. member would give way, I _ never said I would get a. member of the House of Comtmons to a.sk the question, I said I would have an independent check in the House of Uommons. ~on. G. H. ADAMS: I could not do more than I have done through the most appropriate channels. i: fou\l,G ' out -. wh~ the ans.w'er w3..m. , ,

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    t Supplement to Official Gazette, January 17, 1957 13I J. ! )56-61) BARBADOS REPORT OF THE Comptroller of Customs ON THE Customs Revenue, Trade, Shipping and Excise of the Island FOR THE YEAR 1954 A dvoc rite Co .. T,td . -J"'T intcrs to H i e Governmen t of E; :i l.i: v l c ~ :

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    . CONTENTS REVENlTE Gross amount ,ollel't e d un der l'ad, suli-he,1d r,I ren ' r,11e 111 the .n,11,; l!l .->:!. HI,,:{ and 19154 !'11mqmph .Drawback of Dutr :{ Net Revenur Coll~ct e d 4 Import Dut-iPs Surtax Cause of inereas(•d reYenue Vnlue of Total Impul'ts Value of good1imported free of dut.Y Recapitulation of Imports for Home C'o11sum ptio11 . .. Aleoholic ben,rages and toba cc:o (ntered for Home Consnmptiun Goods entered for Honw Consumption pa.vin: duty at spccitfr rate,;; Goods entered for Home Consumption pa.vin)! dut . v at Ad \'aloretn l{Hte:s Vessels enterer[ Aircraft entered Excise General STATISTICAL APPENDIX Revie , . 1 1.f the 1ear ' s trad,• Explanatory Notes TABLE l 2 3 4a. 4b 5 6 7 8 Total Tmd e -Import , s. Export,; (Donwstic and H c -1<:xpmts) and B a lance of Visible• Trad e Years 1938. l 94R to 1954 Value of Imports . Exports of Domesti< produ ce and R e -Exports-An,tlysis b.v Sections Year 1954 Direction of Trarle-1949 to 19/i4-A1rnlysi:s h,v (\1rr(w_1 Areas and principal Cou11 trie,; of Origin and rlestinatinn Value of Imports-1954. Anal:, , si,; by <:mrency Areas an1l :-iedio11 s Value ofExports-1954. Analysis by CmTene.1 ' Areas and Section:-, \'alue of Imports-1954. Anal,vsis by Sections and Di,isions \'alue of Exports ( Unmesti, and Re-Expnrts)-HJ;"i-!. An,dysis by Sedio11s anrl Divisions Direction of Trade-19:,4. Anal.vsis b.1 Geogrnphiea l Area,; Impurts-19;'i4. Detailer! Analysis slw11ing quantities and rnlues and Countries of l'ay, , :22 2/i 27 36 41 45 Origin 47 9 LO 11 12 1:3 l4 L, 16 17 18 Exports-1(1,,4. Detailed Analysis showing quantities and values ,rnd Countries of destination 124 Trade with the British Caribb e an Territori e s-Total Tniport s -1954 Trade 11ith the Briti:sh Carihlwan Tcrritnries-Tot,11 Expnrt,.:-1954 ... :2(lli [mports uf Gold an,L f'11tT(t Nott's and C'oin , ,-1!) , ->4. Uctaill•d Ana l y,;is sh o wing \'alues and Countries of Origin ::'.09 Export:of (:old and Current Notes and C'uin:s-1!);,4 Exp, wts nf Suga r-1 !14., to I n,,4 Exports of ~lul : :ss es1!)4,, lo l\l.-,4 Exports of l-tuml\l4 , -> to I !l , ->4 Value of Domestic ExportR-l\.l,,11 to l . !Li4 \ ' alue of Re Export,; 1950 tn l!l,,4 :210 57 8 !) 10 ll-1:.'. 1:; 14 Fi 16 17 lK l9-2H :{f)-41)

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    REPORT OF THE Comptroller of Customs ON THE CUSTOMS REVENUE, TRADE, SHIPPING AND EXCISE OF THE ISLAND FOR THE YEAR 1954. ('ustoms Dqiartment, Barhado,-;. 7th IJecem her. I 9;"i;'i_ THE HuxouRABLE. CHrnF S1scRETARY. Sm. I have the honour to forward for the infornrntion of His Ex(ellency the G"nrnor. the Annual l{eport on the Department of Customs and Excise showing the Hen'ntw. Trade. Shipping and ExcisP of the Island for th(' year ende(l :Hst December. 195-l-. CUSTOMS 2. The following Table sh(l\\"S the amounts under various heads collected during tlw _vear,-; l9fi2. 195:l and 1!}54 with the increases or rkcrea,-;es comparing J9;"i4 with 19,"i:{. --mport Duties ... ... . . . 8urtax ... ... ... ... 1 onnage Dues ... ... ... Ships' Bonds ... ... . .. I '1 p etrolcum \Vareh(mse Rmt ... Government Spirit Bond l{ent Powder Magazine Rent ... Inspection of Animals Fees ... Additional Petrol Tax ...... Package Tax ... ... . .. Additional Tax on Diesel Oil used in Roar! Vehicles ... ... TOTALS .. . ... ... GROS8 l{ECEIPTS 1952 I Hii3 1954 s s s ... :uu..569 3.ti:rn.:u, :nis1 .554 . .. --t31.03H :n,.:1,4 4:39.fi(i:2 .. . lO!U-12 100.H-l-!l ll l.7:2;"i . .. l.S-12 l.SO!i l.S(i:3 ... :2 -1-:{(i :!SH ... Sii.:27,i n:u:io 9:"i.!l:27 .. . Li. 7!i6 1.0:t{ :H ... !).! 1-1-7 1-Hl ... 761.SJl !):?7 .7:2;'i 97ti.(i:2J ... Hl:2.7i'i7 1-1-0.-!77 1()7..Jlli .. . :3.:2l):3 :3.fl-1-:l U. I fl:3 ----~.. . iUHH.:mn 5. l 79.fi(i7 :"i.181.:n,i REVENUE REFUNDED AS DRAWBACKS, ETC. -----------~lnerease l)ccreasc s s 4.JS.:2()7 (:~_288 I l.07/i iii 1-1-7 :ViHi 1.002 -~ 7 JS.S!l!l --:2(i.9:-l0 -2.610 I H0:2.Sfl-11.15(\ 3. To arrive at the Net Revenue collected during the year, it is necessary to deduct the following amounts which were refunded as drawbacks etc. (a) On goods Rhortlru1ded. etc. (b) On goods exportP
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    NET REVENCE 4. Th e total SfiH,261 refunded a,s d rawb ac k,. tc ., wh e n ded u cted from the Gro;i:ai Rece i p t s m akes the n et amount of R ev e n u e co ll ec t1 , 1l for t h e yen,r S:'5,723. l 14 co mp a r e d wi th $ ;'5,108.:~82 in 19;i:J an i ncre ase of Slll4. 7 :32. ;1. I mpor t r lut-i 0s are i mb-dividcd i nto thr ee h ea d s as follows: (a) Du ty co .llc cte d o n goo ds payiH g Specific Rat es. (b) Du t ~ , co ll ecte d o n goo< l s 1m_vi !l):! Ad Valorem Rat es . ( c ) D 1ty co ll ected as S mtax . TOTAL DUTY OBTAI NED AT SPECIFIC RATES. 6. The R o v e nu e o b ta in e d from Imp orts p ay in g S p ee ifi c R ,1 t c,; of duty cxcl urlin g Surtax. amount e d lo $1.S I fl , 4:rn. TOTAL DUTY OBTAINED AT AD V A L OREM RATEf->. 7 . Th e Rev e nu e obtaimd from Im port s paying A,l V,tlorern R at es of
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    5 l '.?. The followin g Statement shows the Value o f all other articles on the exemption from Dut y List imporfrd during the y ea rs 195~ :md 1954. Advertising Matter of N.C . V. Animals a , nd Birds Living for Food Poultry Other kind s Animals and Hirds Livin g not , for foo d Awirulturnl Implement s ... Artides used in r ' manufafachinery and Apparatus for Printiug , \ln<'hin er~and Appanitus for Sugar arnl Rum ;\lnr-hincry and ApJHl T,ltu:,; for manufad uring Tnba cc-o Jlaehines-S e,,i11_!! Maps ,tml Cha. rt" ... Oil-Bav Paper-Curre1H._y Notes Paper-Printi n g, Writin g ,rnd \Vrnpping Pa . r eel Post. Pictures , Engm\ in gs etc. .Pione e r Inchrntric,;-,trtides s p ecified for P l ants. See ds aml Bulb:'\ P r inting Ink Ra . !!:-; Ha _ \ . <.>ll f-;taple Fib re,; Sc,a L, l n.nd C'"t Lin :\fanu fad II n•,,; Tabkh ,uHI Tombsto ne,; ... \\'.,ud. Fue l Y l'a,;t-Exc ept l' ropriNar\' Brnnds Tota l s Bullim1 and C'ni11 1!)53 1954 $ s :J2 . 2!H lL:342 '1 . 570 12 . 501 :30 48 24.1:33 8.488 1.793 865 4:{,!J-16 6l.4fil 188 ,2 :35 178.020 ll,:300 18,800 :20.2:28 :27 ,SS H 8.2.52 11.281 :24.8-Hi 18.013 40. Hl7 :;7 ,07 ( 5 H , 840 7 , 7-t~ !l(),224 1 76,() ; 3:3 !)07 2.9;31 20 :L332 70,677 2:l0,2;'.i:3 :m6,!HJ\l :1:3.862 81.411 67-L'.?2!) 4fi0 .84(i l!l , 582 :3.'.?4:l 28,678 2.2:rn 76.966 73.2:38 ~U34 58:, 4.12H 3.880 J:.! .80 2 8,482 4:\752 32,268 l.2: m.855 866 , 821 l,:206 4,258 f:i l .8!13 120.402 88 ;"5-10 231 2 . 210 20,422 :~98JJ;j5 561,432 12.970 14 .;";48 7 .38 3 -1 . -; , 3n 147 .40;'j 19!) ,2 71 l!U-1:'i Hi .778 4.482 7.171 !l!l tUl81 ;;;->. l :.'-1 {iO.!lOI'J :.'.278 :l.!ll4 'j;'1.:.'li,1 81.1% s,-,2 ;1_\l:.'I :Ui:ti.4:.' l :Uil+ ,, :.' ti l.t 1 :-;-; :-; 8 . -;(t

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    6 I:{. Rl'(apitul at ion nf imp o rtis for Home f'o!lsnmptio11 during t l w _\Tar;; U),i:{ and l \l:iJ. 1. Free of I )ut_v for Spt w ia I PmposC' ;; JI . Other C omn w r c ial Articl es :(a) Fre e Go o ds (h) Dutiabl e Art i< l e~ JI I . Bullion and Coin VALVE C. l.F. I U:i :1 s 1. 242.:!D :{.ti:faJ:!I :r;.:r,s.:'it 1:-; 4:!.2:iG. lii() l.OSi 19G4 s l .48ti ),!lH 3.(H4.:i:!(i -!2. OJ\l. lH 14 47 , l: 3 0 , 4:!S S , SStl -------------------------------~ SPIRITS , W I NES AND TOBACCO IJ. The follo11 ing C omparat . iYe Statem e nt s ho1r s th e qua11tit . ies of Spirit s, \\'in e s and Tobae( o ent e red for H o me Consumption dming the _ vears l!):"i:! to l!l:i+ . Brarnly , Whisk y and liqu e ur ga l s . Gi n Wini's . spark lin g Other Kinds Tc,lmeco-lea.f ~la.nufactu r ed Cigars and Cigarett e s lbs. \ 9i'i2 !J,-i8 i > 7.:~9-! 833 l: { , 887 2S2 , 096 :1,r;7 4 : 13.931 9 , 300 6 , 730 807 14 .7\J:3 Wl.767 2,942 27,651 l 9fJ-i l0,103 7 , :l3:"i 722 13 , 7:38 293 , 745 3 , 34/'i 27,n:'Hi ..

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    7 HOME CONSUMPTION 1!5. STATE}! ENT OF ALL GOODS ~UB.fECT TO SPECIFlC' HAT.ES OF DUTY l.;NTEREU FOH HOl\IE COKSCiVIPTIOK DUH1.NG THE YEAR W54 Value Dut ,_v and S .I. T .C. < 'O'.\I\IODlTY [ ' nit q11a11tity C.l. F. Surtax Co l~o. s BW. 1 . l edible --s 001-01.:.! Ca ln s for renring awl bre e din g . . . .. . No. 2 700 2 001-0:3. I S ,Yi1 w f.,r r en ring and breeding ... . .. Ko.* I !i(ifl -001 -0 :3.:.! Other S11i11e fur Slau g hter ... .. . ... Xo. I :.!4 001 0U. I Goats allll Kids for Rearing and Breeding .. . ;I\ o. * l tiO 0ll-01 Beef and Vc al -FrP~h ... ... .. . .. . lb. I ,:39t:i . 0:1;i ::l7-L!l8!l i.0:37 ll.J.* :.!4S :.!!)() 0 1102 :\Iutt1111 arnl Lam b Fres l1 ... ... ... l b. 1 59.;i JO fH .:rn3 >-04 0ll-03 Pork Fresh ... ... .. . ... lb . 1 0.,541 f i, I 2!) ii:3 lb.* rn2 l G:3 0 11 -0 4 Poult r _ \'. Kill ed or Dr ess e1l . .. ... ... lb. 28.6:H 27 . 060 157 lb.* 18 19 011-09 Meat Oth er Kind s Fr es h ... ... lb. :38 , L"i:3 18 . 7:39 193 012 01. l Bac-01 1 -Dried , Saltwl et.c. not Ca.1111011 ... lb. 4\l . 787 46.fi:35 682 012-01 .2 Ham -Dri ed. Salted et e .. not Cann ed ... lh. 124 . 242 ll:Ufi9 l ,5 02 012-01.9 Other Salted Pork ... ... ... .. . lb. 3,7 ;'\9. 130 9fJ0 .8 fi7 012-02 Beef arul Veal Pil'kl e d ... .. . ... lb. \179.100 :3fili.202 4 . 945 013-01 Sa u sa . ges-Not Canned ... ... ... lb. 14,41 i n.679 72 013-02.1 Ha.mH-Cann e c I ... ... .. . ... lb. f38.17ii 79Ji88 l.634 013-02 .2 Sa u i:;aes Cam 1(•cl . .. . . . .. . .. . lb . 83.289 53 . 582 l.763 013-02.9 ~Teat Other Ca nn ed ... ... .. . .. . l b . l.0 54 .217 l:i2i5 . 747 16.730 022-01. l Milk and Cream-C11nclensecl or E\aporated not le ss t.lrn.n ~ of But.ter fat .. . ... lb . :{,:n7 , 5m i 776 , 120 38.885 lh.* 71.360 12. :3 46 022 -0 2.l Milk and Crenm-,lry-rn,t less than s 0 CI of B u tter fat ... .. . ... .. . lb. 2 1 8,28 0 1 89.lt,6 661 lb.* 1,4 58 !1!)8 022-02.2 Milk a11d Cr eam dry less than 8 ; , of Butt e r fat ... .. . ... .. . .. . lb. :37,161 10 , fi85 2 , 590 lb .* 250,726 fi] . 0:3!) (12:3-01 Buttt•r ... ... ... .. . lb . 1.0 07.984 804.!!7 fJ 29.888 024-01 Cheese ... . .. .. . ... lb . 559.:3 7 :, 292 . 706 1 4-.160 031-02.1 Cu,!foh ... .. . . .. .. . lb. 2.909 . 4 12 6H2.!Hi\l 11 .2 22 lb.* :34.008 8 . 213 031 -02 .2 Sa lm o11 a wl Trmrt-PicklPd ... ... .. . lb. 29.4fi0 lfl.ll 7 176 031 02.!I Other f ?iH h Salted. Driec l etn. .. . ... .. . lb . 21 4 .4-:{4 : rn.no 1 478 041-01 "\Vheat , nncl Spelt-Unm ill ed ... ... ... lb. 79.:344 fi.--1IO 28 042 02 . 1 RiPe in sma ll packets for R eta il sa l o .. . lb . ;jl.1100 8.l'-07 042-02.n Otlwr Hice ... ... ... .. . l b. Li.7?i 8.!J 2fi 1,7 1.ii .n2:1 ()43 -0 1 Barie,. Pnmilll , d ... ... ... .. . lb. 1 l9.:3!JO l:Ui;3 ;344 044-01 }faizc; (Co rn) lT nmi.ll ctl ... ... ... lb . 14 2.8 -I; '\ 10 , 702 282 045 01.2 Oats, L:nmillc,l ... .. . .. . . .. lb. :3.: rn, , 22u 22:u-rns 1,781) 046-01 :\leal an d Flour of \Vhe,lt and Spel t ... .. . lb. 20.92: 3. 24,i l,iti4 . l\J9 12,113 047-02 Meal aml Flour of l\I a ize ( Cu m) ... ... lb . 4.6] fi.9-1-,i 37<\ , :ii-1 5.498 048 -0 4.l BiRc,uit.~-Sw ee k 1 1e(l ... ... ... . .. lb. :36.2(ifi 2H.41l l 1 .677 048-()4.:3 B ise 11itH lT11 s we>(•t ene, l ... ... . .. lb. 18.1,root ... ... .. . .. . l h. 4 5.2 28 H.4 1:l 1 31 OGl-02 Sugar Hefined .. . ... .. . .. . (' \\"t . 2.;'\S8 :\:Li!l6 1 1.,-;22 071-01 Coffee Raw ... ... ... .. . I lb. 51 . f,2() :{!J.:i:rn 6 18 071-02 C offee-Prep ,tn>< I ... .. . ... .. . lb. 5!).202 I 01 . 048 1.420 * Fn •e of Dut~ for Specrnl Purpo ses.

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    8 HOME CONSVMPTION-( Continued) 1 5 . STATEMENT OF A LL GOODS SUBJECT TO SPECIFIC RATES OF D UTY ENTERED FOR HOME CONSUMPTION DURING THE YEAR 1954 Value Duty and S.I. T. C. COMMO DIT Y Unit Quantity C .I.F . Surtax Co lNo. S B.W.I. l cct ibl e $ 072-01 Cocoa Raw .. . . .. ... ... ... l b. 672 H)I s 072-02 C oc oa Pre p are d . . . ... . . . ... lb . 26 3 ,239 190,088 20 074-01 Tea .. . .. . . .. ... ... lb. 227 ,282 280 , 1 80 16 ,332 lb.* 2.100 2,{il4 081-01 . 1 Hay a nd Fodder ... .. . ... . .. lb . 33 , 830 2 , 649 24 081-01.2 Bran and Poll a, rd . . . ... .. . .. . l b. 5,344 ,69 7 26:Ul2 3.400 081-03 Oilmeal and oi l eake ... ... ... .. . l b. 10 , 026,878 6 77.1 82 10 , 238 081-04 Food W ast es a nd Prepared an im a l F eed N.E . S. ... .. . ... . .. . .. lb . 1 2,837,629 l , 036.\104 3 , 170 111-01 Aerated a nd l\Iincrn,l \V 11 krs do z. pts. 53i5 2Ji33 . .. ... ... 11 11 2-0 1. l Spark lin g Win e ... . .. . .. ... ga.l. 722 11.022 3 , 9 7 .:2 11 2 -01 . 2 Still Win e in Bo ttl e;; ... . .. ... .. . gal. 4,979 :r rn1: > 14,,572 gal.* 268 1 , :no 11 2 -01.3 Still Win e in Wood .. . ... . .. . .. g a l. 7,299 21,li48 18.570 11 2 -01.4 Medicina.I Wine . .. ... . .. . .. p:al. 1 , 200 9.'121 1,008 112-02 C id er and Perry . .. ... ... . .. gal. 394 l ,2 8;j 6(:i 11 2-03. l Beer a nd A l e ... ... ... .. . . .. gal. l.'>l , 670 287 , 785 48,265 112-03.2 S tout arnl P orte r . .. ... . .. ... gal. l 16,05(i 23:) . 8G9 :12,507 ll 2-04 . 2 Whi s ky .. . .. . .. . . . . . .. 1,rnl. 7 , 811 67 , 171 HS.448 g al. * 2\1 2;j9 11 2-04.3 Gin . .. . .. .. . ... . .. gal. 7 , 32~l 42 . 739 M . 266 g1 1l. * 12 1 12 11 2-04.4 Brandy .. . ... .. . ... . .. gal. l , 1 8u 17.4 2H 11.646 112-0 4.5 Bitters ... ... . .. . .. ... !! a l . 39H :{,7;j2 :3.-!9li 112-04 .9 Distilled A lc o h o li c Beverng8 l:'i8. 7 4fi 14.224 ua.J.* :t i 18 :n: l -0 !). l Ron ,c l. Oi.l ... ... . .. ... 1 Oil -!D ,.:n { :{-!412---0 . 1 Lin seer l Oil. l.1:n, ... . . . . .. . . . !!ill. W.8R;\ '.?,.:{8(i l.417 ual.* '.?4 fi l 41'.?-0:! Oil from Sova Beans. Cotton Sted ctr. ... g a l. 1.5.J.4 K.fiS() l4S 41 207 C o con nt . (C ';, pra) Oil ... ... ... . .. l' al. l. 'i8, 1. 'i!) :t~ 1.:rn s 7 .fi9 I * Free of Dnt.y f, , r !:fp ec ial 111up0Sta.

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    I 9 HOM E C ON SUMPTION-( Con t i nu ed) 1 5 . STATlt: ~ .lE X T O F AL L c:oo u :-; SUB .T ECT T O l'.JPECIFIC RATES OF I)( l TY EN T ERED F O R HO ME C ON SU MP TIO N DU RIN G TH E Y E AR Hlii 4 Va l ue Duty a n d S .T.T .C' . ( l(J}L'\ lOI J I TY U ni t Q uan tity C .J.:F. Sur tax ColNo. s B.W. I. l eetib l e s 41 :J-O l Oi b , Oxi di se( [ Bl o,rn or Boil o .433 2 , 5 6 2 65ii 05 . 2 Rope :m d Cab l es . .. .. . . .. .. . lb. 79 , 2 0 4 29,8 32 6 8 4 lb.* 2,5 04 1, 130 f\ fi6 -0l B1 1 , gs a nd Sac k s .. . ... ... . .. doz. ;31,066 258.428 1 4, 70 5 U fi l -02 Cem e nt .. . . .. .. , ... .. . c wt . 1 8 1 , 44 6 .1:J6, 157 2 1 ,9 4 8cw t . * 26 .445 H l , 715 fi6 2-0 l. l Bi ; i eks ... . . . .. . ... .. . doz. 4 , 43 t j 8 , 386 77 H 6 2-0 l. 2 Floor an 92 1 00 .1 D og,; . .. ... .. . ... . .. No. l '> 9!l7 J i-, H31 -0 l. 2 P n r sona l Effectc: ... . .. . .. 773 Ad d i tio n a l Tax on ( ia . su l ll P a n d othe r Petrnleu m Di sti ll a . te,; u se d fo r road P urp oses H82,77f\ Pa ckage T ax ... ... .. . ... . .. Hi 7.407 T OTA L ... .. . . . . ... :3,058.98:! --.. .. -' Fr e e o f D uty f or Specia l P urposPs.

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    10 HOME CONSUMPTION lfi. ST A TEl\lEXT OF ALL G oons f,;(_'B,rn C' T TO AD YALORE:\l RATE~ OF DFl'Y EXTEHET> FOH , HOME CONi-,CMPTTOX DlTRING THE Yl 1 ~AR Hlti -t i-,.l.T.C . No. 01:{-09 O:W 01 fW)-01 o:{2-01 047 09 048 01 04-8-02 048-03 0--18-09.2 051-07. I 051-07.fl 0!'}2-01 053-0l. l 0fia-01 .2 O:i3-02 05:{-03 0/5:{ 04.9 0:55-02. l 0:3i5-0-!. 2 061-09 Ofi:2-01.1 062 01.2 ()71 03 072-0:l 073-01.l on-01.2 07!'}-\ll IIU9-0H lll 01 2--12-0fl 2H4-0l 26 5 -0l 2!\5-09.1 :!65-0fl.9 272-0i5.: 1 272 0fi 272-0i 292-02 292-o:~ 292-07 292-09 :H3-0--L2 313-0ii :{!:{-()!) .1 M e at. l xt.nut s and l'n•p a rati o ns N. E . S . Hnn t Dain: Products . :N.E.S . Fi s h: Cn. nn e
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    11 HOME CONSUMPTION !ti. STATE~IEXT OF ..\LL S fil'B.TEC'T TO . ..\D YALOHK\I R . ..\TE:-; OF J>l'TY EXTEl!EI> FOR H(nm COXS DIPTIOX Dl'RIXG THE YEAH IHt>-L S.I.T.C. No. 411-01 4-1:!-ll 4rn-o4!it 1-01 .!:l iil:!-01 . l iH:2-01 .:3 ,iU-01.fl i.i:!l -01 ,i:3:!-0 1 :i3:l -Ol.l fi:3:l-();{.1 ,35 1-0l .02 .55:!-01.l 55:!-01.H 5:3:!-0 :!.2 fifi:!-0:! . (j :i91-0I . I ;)91-0l .:2 ;i91 0l.:{ 591-0l .459 1-U:! i59I-O:l ii99-0I 599-0:! :399-0::l. :! 6 11-01 612-01. I 612-01. 2 f:il:2-0l.:{ 6:!l__:___01 6:29-0l .2 629-01.:J 629-01.4-. 01 COMMOl> IT Y All Othl'r Petrol e um Prorluds Fi,-h Oils l'te. CaHtor Oil \Vaxe ,s Oth<'r ]norg an i(' Cht'mic a l s Gl_v C'('r ine Sa c diarine Otl wr Organic C hemi cals Mineral Ta.r etc. Dyeing and Tanning ExtraetH et<:. Blu e Laundry ... \Vo or l Preser.v at ives All Other Pr e pared Paints , Enamels etc-. :\J( ,cJiri nal and P harrna eeu tieal Products Essl:'ntial Oils . Perfum e and Fla , ur Materials Ba~ Rum ancl Similar Preparations Otl wr Perfumery. Cosm etic s ck .. exc ept Soaps T, >ild , Soa , pf< Cle a n s ing Pr eparnt iom ; without Soa.p (D c t,• :ge nt s ) YV axes and Polishes Lo ade, l Ca.rtri,lgcs Le ad Shot. Buck Shot . an d Bull e ts D, namitc Otlwr ExplnsiY es Fus l'. Primer,; an d D t tonators Fir em >J'ks Synthetil' Plastic Maieri; ~ ]s In sertie ides . Fungi(:ides etc-. Other Chemical Produ cts N.E.S. L eat her Mad 1i ne Leath er . Beltin g etc. Saddler:v arnl Harnes s ... Le athe r Manu fo.l't. ures N .E .S. Rubber. Pa stes. Plat es. S h eets etc . Out er Casings for Mot or Cars Ou ter Ca.sings for Tru c k s. Buses etc . Out e r Cas in gs for Mutoreyclcs de. *Pr ee of Dnty for Sp Pci al P1up fJ.ses. I I ... I I . . I \ 0 ALl"E C'.l.l<'. $ H.W.T. I :.:.(Hi:i *l:l() l!l.i:'-:3 *-170 U.6!)2 :?I :3 l+l .! Hi *i .S-tO I .mi,i *:?I!) ii!l!) :!ti. H.J.i *:!.::0.3 :l,08:3 :?.mm fi.'i fl-! l:?.O:!O *IH!i :?--1-.4-!)] f\:i!l* -!foi.ii;J * IO L !iHI L:?-;.J. 4-0.::0!i :?1 ii.,-J.:i !);).'.: I!) ;i\l .: i3.J*::!l:l :3!).107 * 1:-i f l uso *i-1:i tiO,i ii.:H 2 l:l .(i -!8 :l. I i5:l :i.:?()--1:!2.2:?4 *:'.(ill (i(i.()ill *18.H!J:l as . nr:;:i *:?.:ln 4!).:i:ii H . :l:?() *:?2\l a.srn *:l:!:-l ,t:8:~ *:?ftl 9.(i:?O *:Qn l :! l.:?li!J *5H l !l,i.8!)0 : {. 188 DUTY A:SD SURT AX CO LLE CTIB LE $ l.M:l 2 . :UI l.64:l :?:) 18 .28 1 :2-l-:.: . ) ,_ :l.i8!l :3,0 :? ;'iO 1.017 I .:::i:;f' H)SO :iO . lfi-! 6 1 I (j.,tO;) :?fUii 1 J .; i:-i;i 7.1-t-l 4.i!li 1 12 !Ii I i I .fi 4:l : l'i:-i !HS :2.81.:J. s.:w:,; (i.J:;:-; (ii 7 ;,.:-. ., ; -..~ 08:? 1 _;; 11:1 Hi.Hil ;?(\_ . ~ I : ~ t) :2 H

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    12 HOM E C O NS UMPTIO N Hi. S T ATEME X T OF A LL co o ns Sl' H.TE C'T T O A D VA LO REM R ATES OF Dl ' T Y EN T E RE D FOR HO ::\IE C'O '.\:Sl 1 1J PT lON" TH . 'R IN"G T HE YJ< :AR 1954 (Co ntin u e rl ) 8 .LT. C. N o . C OMM ODI TY f"i2 9 -01.4 .02 Out er Cas ings for Bi cvd e,629 0 1. 5 O u ter Cas in gs for ot h ~ r V e hi cles 629 0 1. 6 In n er T11bc ,t for Moto r Car s . .. (U 9 -0l.7 fi 2 9 0 l . 8.0 1 fi29 0l . 8. 02 fi 2 9 0 l.9 fi :W02 631 01 6: t2 -0l H: 32 -03.1 r;:32-03 . : 3 6:t~ 0:3.9 r;: 33 -01. 2 633 -01. 3 633-0 1. 4 6 41 -04 642 0 1. 2 642 02 651 0 1 651-02 6 5 1-03 6ii l -04 6:"i l -07 6 i'i2 0 l. I 6ii20l .2 6 5 : 301 6 ti3 0 2 653 -m.1 6 53 0 .'5 6ii3 0 9 654 0 1 6 55 0 1 655 06 .1 655 06.:3 6 5fi 0 9 6 56 02 Inner Tub es for T r u cks , Buses et c. Inn er T11bc8 for Motorcydes etc. Jnn er T u bes fo r B i cy cl es In n e r Tubes for Otl ; c r Bicycles Rubb er i \ fa nu frictme s N. KS . ... Ve n eers . Ply \\' oocl Boards e t c . Cooperage P ro d ur-t s Builcl cn; \Voocl\\' o r k Beadings a nrl Mou ldin ~s Ma n ufact ur es of \'i ' oo d N . E.S. C ork Mate rial s for Build ing Bott.le Corks Co rk M , mufaeture;, N .E. S. Pap e r s an d Pa perbo ards N .E .S. Car d boa rd B ox es etc . ... Pa p er Man u factures N.E.S . S ilk Threa d Ya m of \ ,Voo l and Ha .i r C ott o n Ya rn Co tt on T h rca . d Yarn , , f Te xt i l e Fib r es N. E.S. C ott on Pie ee Goorls Ot h er Cotto n Fabrics S ilk Fabr i cs Woo ll e n a nd \ Vorstc cl F abr i cs L in e n Fabr i cs Fab r i cs of Syn th et ic Fib res an d S pun Gl as s Fa.br i es N .E.S . . .. T ull e La ce , E m bro i de r y, et c . S peci a l Te xtil e Fab ries T " i n es Ma nu fact u res of Cordage N . E. S . S peci al P r o du cts of Textil e Materi a l s N.E.S . Ma d e u p Art i cles of T ext il e Mate r ia l s N. E. S . * Free of D 11ty f or Spec i al Purpos es . V a l u e Duty arnl C. I.F . S u r t a x Co l S B.W. I. lec t i hl e s . : 38.9 78 -!.871 -1-:iG 5fi 11. -1-2!) 1.41 : l *7 1 0.-1~H 1.i>U: > G OO 8G l , i.8n U JOS U I 11 7 (:U U 12 . :i 2a *2 .7 7 4 20. 11 7 : U ill * l07 I :{.--;: 31 :L! G:i * L i l 4 7 . !1:i:i 1 0 , 4 22 * 27! ) 7 .-1-: i l l,O l(j : 3.2 21 4 :32 :i l .ifH> 10 .9 4 3 ~ . i:). J 11. 10!) 2.ii7 0 * l . G 47 10. 0I :l 1. 47.J. 47 . !)22 ii.7ii0 1 46.:2 01i 27 . ii7 4 * 2 o.:rn s rn2 . 2 1 :: 22.776 1 44.74:! 1 8 . 533 * l:U5 1 1.1 2 1 :3 *8(i S . :iOS 1 ,02 1 77 . 8 27 : i.9 0 7 *-1-8 7 IO ;'; _ 1 7:? I :J . :i:3 4 -L i7-1 ;'i48 9,1.:1 . : rn, 127 . 1380 *12 . 26 1 40. 0 02 :i . 6 2 2 * 1. 04() 6. 0 :3: 3 91 2 2 4-1, 2 m 29 , 51 3 *7Ji4 1 26.78 2 :{ . 284 *7 5 1.2 44.:34 7 2 00.82 2 : i . Gl : 3 674 3:i,902 4 , 8 1 7 *4 17 39,99 ,'5 5,281 1 9 . 662 2 , 4 1 9 1 47 1 8 * 18 2:i , 178 3 , 29 4 *11.803 1 67 .1 87 2:{ , 200 *4.-17 3

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    13 HOME CONSUMPTION W. STATK.\IE:\'T OF ALL GOODS Sl~H.rnCT TO AD ,-s\LOHE"'.\I RATES OF Dl"J'\' FOR HO:\IE COXSL\lPTIO::\" Dl'RIXG THE YEA!{ l\Jt,-i-(('011li1111c,i) k. I.T .C. No. 6:i7-0l 6i'i7-0-! 661-01 601-o:3 6fi3-(tl 66-!-0l 6(:\;'i-0] 6H:i-(t2 fi65-09 671-01 H7:l-Ol {i/il-02 f581-0-1 (iSl-05 (i81-0f5 (i81-07 fi81-12 li81-la HSl-15 082-01 ns:3-01 GS-i-01 fiSfi-01 680-01 H87-01 fi89-02 691-02.2 691-0:3 699-02 699-(m ('Ol\IMOJJf'l'Y Floor C'on'l'ings and Tapestrie;; Linoh•um and Similar Products Lime Budding :\lateriab of Xon-:\letallic '.\linl'rals X.E.S. Other Refn,c-tory Construction Tlfaterials :\Iinernl :\Ianufacturns N.E.S .... Glass in Sheets etc. Bottles Ulass Tablemue etc. Articles of Glass N.E.S. China. Porcelain ek. Siher and Platinum .Te1nllerv ete. Imitatio~1 ,Je1rnllerv ,foists Girders. Angles etc. Plates and Sheets uncoated Hoop and Strip Plates ancl kheets Coate
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    14 HOME CONSUMPTION 16. STATK\IEKT OF ALL (;()()!)~ seB.H-=c'T TO AD VALOREl\I RATES OF lllTY ENTEHED F'OR HO~IE C'OXf,;C\LPTIOX l)lTRil\'G THE YEAR l!li54-(('onli111m/) t-i.l.T.C. ~o. mm-o7 li!l!l-08 mm-11 f\!1!1-12.9 tiH\1-IS tiHU-:ZI 711-01 712-01 713-01. l 71:3-01.2 714-01 7li>-0I 7lfi-0l 7Ifi-0:1 7lti-04 7lti-07 7Hi-08 7Hi-12 7lfi-14 721-01 721-02 721-03 721-04.2 721-04.9 721-0i5 C'ol\ll\lODJTY \\'ire Netting. \\'ire Feneing ete. Nails. Holt,;. Nuts. etc. Ncecllcs and Pius Safe:-; ct<. Otlwr Toob Hou,;el}()ld Ptensils of Iron all(l Steel Cutler_, Hanhrnn of Metal i\laimfoct un•,-; uf i\letab N. E.S. Pm,cr ({p1wrntiug Mal'hi1wry ... Agricultural l\fachiner_v ek. Tral'tors other than Stearn TrnC'tor Parts Office Maehinery Metal Working 1\1.aC'hinery Pumps for Liquids Cm1Yeying, Hoisting etc. Machinery ... iVoorlworking J\lfachinery Bookbinding Machinery Textile 1\1.aehinery Air Conditioning 'arnl Refrigerating Equipment Other Mnchincry arnl Appliances Machine Parts and Accessories N.E.S. Electric Genera.tors, Motors etc. Electric Bittteries Electric Bulhs ... Radio Receivers etc. Other Radio Apparatus etc. Electrical Machinery, Apparatus N.E.S. Motor Cars Motorcydcs Trucks Lorries, Vans, Buses * Free of Duty for Special Purposes. Vahw Duty and C.l.F. Su~tax s B.W.T. CollePtible $ ,:LmiG !l,2!)3 *2.D I 0 7U41 !l,4;il *Ul:3 (i.5:!0 914 l O,fi;ll Ll!iD *978 .i:3,D!l:Z 7 ,Ofi;i *l.G!l7 lSl.:247 2:l,341 *!ll 8 ii:l.14'> S.14\l *()' 7 4.:lti:l l(Ul8:? *IC:2 ti:J-1 . .J ll-t S4.iii'2 * l1.:2!l0 :m.71i-t4.8(\2 * l :l l.:i::-t 7.:Wi 1.121 *87:_; 47 .5ti(i 5,708 *5.60(\ 22,:Z(iD :u41 \!9,007 17.iil2 *] l.(j77 20,087 :Z,!)48 70.ii:?:l 13,:lSii *22, Li4 ::io,:n4 ;{,760 *2fiJi81 ;i2!1 86 LOSO 130 :?:ZS 57 :lJA:Z!I 4.82-: * 17 .iif:i I :Z2.i,0:3S :m,:l64 *Li,192 19, 1:31 2,-!fi0 * l .tl-i:l :H.ii38 4,fi:?f) *3!).ii:30 18,45;{ 2,206 *I .:::?Ii :3S.!i5/'i /5.ii4(:i * l.ii50 9:3.11:27 14.771 57 ,\lS8 6,989 *103.244 384.028 44,034 *327,115 83(i.:H4 114,138 *9.903 48,730 fi.848 *f\:l6 :rni.21:1 42,5fi4 *22.ftl2

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    15 Ho,rn CONSUMPTION 16. STATK:\JIENT OF ALL GOODS SUH.JECT TO AV V AL OREM RATES OF DPTY ENTERED FOR HO-~rn <:ONSPMPTJON Dl'HING THE YEAR 19G4-(C'onti: r111ed) S.I.T.C. No. 732 07 n:J-01 7:33-02 733-0!l n-1--01 73;i-Ol 811-01 812 01 81:!-0-L l 812 0-! .2 821-01 821 0 2 821-09 831-01. l 831-01.2 8-11 02 841-06 8+1-08 841 12 851-02 8i'il 03 861-01 :-l6:!-0J 81'i4-0l 891-01. I 891 01.2 891-01.:1 892-03.2 89!l-03 899-08 899-11 899-12 Motorcyt•ll',; l'.1 rt:i, BieHl~,; 11ot motor Bic\ (' l e Par ts cmDIOI>ITY Ot.l;er Rnad \ 't> hides am l pa . rt!:Airc-raft Ships nrnl Boats N.1~.S. Prdaliri('atnd Buildim.!>< CPnlrnl Heating Appnra.tu:-; Oil Lamp Chirmw~s eto-. All Otlwr Li .u: htin g F'ix turc-s d-c. \\'o o d Furniture -:Vfrta I Furniture Fumiture a.)1(1 l<'ixtnrt'H N.E.S. Trnnil Goocls Handbags. wallets. Purses etc. Apparel Leather Cl11t hin ,!.! Hats arnl C:q>s ... C'lo tl1ing N.E.8. Foot\1 pa r \\'lwlh or :\la.inly of L eat her K!l 0 :il 18S . OS6 *1\1:{ Li.0!!8 1.870 *213 Dnt.y a.nr l Surti~x Co lccti ble g 47 , 049 3:10 9,7-!:3 fi.290 -1.:'i73 12 499 l , 94:3 2:i7 ( \.7H-l7.87H :! , 284 7J0;3 :!.78:{ f!:{.217 997 9.7f>S 11 !lml:l 28.fl9 l I .47fi 1:1 .57 1 li.42fi I .373 fiRO 9.146 9.827 28.014 :!,076 224

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    16 HOME CONSUMPTION Hi. 8TATEi\IENT OF ALL GOODS SUB,JECT TO AD VALOREi\I RATES OF DCTY ENTERED I?OH . HOME CONl::>UMPTION DClUNG THE YEAR Hli54-(('m1clml e d) S.J. T .C. No. 899-1:{ 8!)9-14 899 -16 8!)9-18 911-01 9:H-01.l 9:H-01.2 9:H-01.3 Brooms and Bru shes Sport,; Goor!H etc. Offi c e Supp li es n .c.s. CnMMOJHTY Manufactured artid<>s n.e.s. Pa.re e l Post Good s returned . . . Per so nal Efteets Other Special Cases TOTAL -----------------* FrN ' of Duty for Special P11.rpos1 s. ... .. . . .. .. . . .. . .. . . . . .. ... ... . .. . . . ... . .. ... .. . . .. . .. ... ... ... . .. . . . ... . . . . . . Valu e I Duty and C.I.F. Su~t a x 3 B.WJ . Coll e(et ibl e s 61.62:i 7,;"541 *270 83.:{Mi 12.468 *187 43 . 81>2 6 , 997 *-! , 49;i l 16 .0iiO 16,:Wl *61S 2.017 . 070 299,fi90 4.4 5 2 694 43.501 L0.48H 2,ii42 2.50 8 .!3 67

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    17. NATIONALITY, NUMBER AND TONNAGE OF ALL VESSELS ENTERED AT THJ:-i l'OH . T OF Bl{JDUETOWN IN THE YEARS 1953 19:"A 1953 19ii4 -------.. -NATIONALTTY 1:lTEAM VE SSELS SAILING VESSEL:, TOTAL ST1•:AM VESSELS SA I LINU V1 , ;ssELS TOTAL No. Tonn a ge N o . Tonnage No. Tonnage Ko . T()J1nae Ko. Tonrnigl' No. T,mnagc ----. ----------Rritir.;h ... .. . ... . .. ,l5U \MlS.:jS f i 341 1 7 , 378 700 I .0 I !'i.7f\:l :Ifill I .OOfi..J.;;:3 :i:rn 16.782 7:3/i 1.02:3.2:Ifi Am e ri c a.11 ... . .. ... . .. 3G :2:20.6+:l ;{(\ :2:21 Ui4:1 :!H :24S . S2G ~s 248.S:2(i Arg e ntine .. . ... . .. . .. Colurnbi ; m :2 ;174 :l7J l I :.?.O:l(i 11 2 . 11:rn . . . ... ... . .. Costa. Rican . .. ... ... .. . l:.! :2 . 880 u 2 . SSO 12 2 . 8-10 I 2 :2.S.!O Cuban 2 I,] IO > 1.110 :l l.Gli/3 :3 l .fi(ifi .. . . .. ... .. . Dani sh ... . .. . .. .. . I :2 . 6:2!i I :2.li2 ii -1(i.!l! )f) 4 fi.! )!)!) Du t. c h ... . .. .. . .. . (Hi 170 , lli4 tHi 170 , 1 Ii-I(iii Li!l.2Sll 1 (i(j (;7 lii!J , :l41i Eg _y pt , ian . . . .. . ... .. . l 1 , 00 ; 3 l 1 , 00:i Finn.it;h ;{ 1:2 , 579 :~ l:2.:i7!) "' 14.SH2 3 1 J.sn2 ... . .. . .. ... ,) Fr en c h 30 2:2-1, 9:20 .) 1 54 :i:2 2:2.3.07 -12fi l!li ) :240 28 l!Js. mm ... . .. . .. . .. , ::, Gcrmau ... .. . ... .. . s U . ti lO s (l.(jl() 11 l 1. . 777 11 l l . 777 Gre c i a n ... ... ... . .. 16 07 , 0liO Hi (ii.060 7 : l-1-.;;:-,g 7 :lJ.;i ; i!l H ornlurnn ... ... . .. .. . 1:2 14 . 6:l:3 l :2 14.t,:{3 11 1.4:m ll 1.-1:{0 Itali a n ... ... ... . .. s :Hi . 02.J8 : { fi.0 :.?4 Lib e ri a n ... . . . .. . . .. ) :i:.?9 2 fi:2!) Norw eg ian ... .. . ... .. . 6\) 2.J-2 . 870 (i9 :242 . 870 72 2:n.x 1 :3 72 2:{7 . S l :{ Panam a nian .. . .. . ... . .. 10 :m . 216 10 :rn.:2rn 4:2.-1-0-! 10 -1-:2 . 40-1Spanish ... ... ... . .. H 1 , 38 7 6 l , :387 Swedi s h .. . ... ... .. . 4 14 , -!13 -! 14 . 4-13 :l 1:un2 :3 13.4!32 Swi ss . . .. . . . .. .. . .. . 10 3:i , 571 10 3 5. :i7 I s :2 : i.91 1 8 2 5 .0 11 Ven e zu e l an .. . ... ... .. . 3 427 I 75 4 fi0:2 I 277 1 277 ---------TOTALS ... ... .. . 650 2,05G , 872 ;344 l 7 , (i07 994 2,o,4,-17n fiS:l 2 . 0H , (i;3 7 :l40 I 7 . 08S l . 0:2:3 :2.06 l. 7J;i

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    , 18 . NATIONALITY. NUMBER. PASSENGEltS . CREvV. GOODS AND MAIL OF AIRCRAFT ENTERED AT SEA WELL , RARBAnoi-; . IN TH E YEARS l 9i'i3l 9i54 1 953 1954 --NATIONALITY OF AIRCRAFT Goods & Goods & Nu . Passengers Crc \\ Excess Mail A irc raJt No. Passengers rrew Excef;s -:Vfai l Aircr::iJt Lll'"'.t" e ee o To nn age Luo a,~e r,e, 0 Tonnage British .. . . .. 1 , 258 1 4 .3 4/i 4.0i>6 21 X.7:"'iO :3,570 l fi.073 l.286 14 . 004 4. 860 198.:346 !.080 1 2.n Ui pkgs. pkgs. :1\1.nn 4(i.103 lb s. lbs . Am er i ca n ... . .. 3) +:.!fi 11 I 660 24 548 78 470 Dut c h ... rn 178 ti:3 :3 253 7 50 28 . ... pkg s . pkgs. 60 l::l -~ •> l hs. l bs. Fr e nch ... . . . 12 u,:l 47 I :l6 106 !) 34 20 4:3 Venezue l an ... . .. :34 8:-!7 2 ](j 6:,7 1 :3 629 64 919 2 : "'i l ::i l 4 JO ilfl pk gs. pkgs. rn :34 lh s. lb s. TOTAL . . . I .~ 71 [;"j _!) :1fl .J. . . rn:i 210.:3-1-:3 ::l.:"i86 I fi.727 I .: IS(i lfi . 55ii :"'i.2:l7 1 9fl.0CO 4 . 002 14.207 pkg,; . pk.gs. :rn.,68 46 . 14 0 lbs. lb s. -00

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    --------19 EXCISE STILLS 19. There were ten ( 10) licensecl st.ills in operation during: the _vear nanwl_v :Nos. 60, 62, 67 and 72 W es t. India Hum 1-tdinery Ltcl .. Black Hock. 8t. Mich::wl. Dist.rict ' . No s. 6:{, 64. 65 and 66 Fa.irf-ield :: wtl :Mount G:i,v Company Ltcl. . Mount Ga y. 8t. Lu c y. Distrid " . No s. 58 and fiH Barbados Distilleries Ltd .. Blad, Rock . 8t . l\lidwcl. Di s tric t '" Exci se Duty 20. Th e Excis e Dutv collected on Rum in the \"l' , lT 1!);'5+ arnuuntl'd to Sl.+:1ti.'i!i:{ as ag;iinst Sl.+Hl.+!11 in 1953 1111 increa se of $37 . 272. Distill e rs' Li ce ns e 21. Th e Di st ill e rs Licen st' a.mounted t o S61.++!I as again:-;t SiiO.ti0:2 an im-rt " ase uf $ 10 .(i+7. Total R evenue 22 . Th e total Revenue from Rum m a c.le in t he bland durinu the war 1rns SI .;' 5 1 S.2 U as u mpnr c cl with $1 , 470 , :W:l in th!' prcYious year. an incr ea se of !347.9Hl. Th e follo\\ing f-;tatement s hows the Renrne c< •ll e cted on !{nm made 111 th e Tsland d11ring tlw years 1950-1954 . HEADS 19ii0 19i"il I H:12 ]fl;'i3 l!l f i4 $ $ s :;; s Excis e Dut\ .. . ... .. . ... 932,:HH 990,092 l.Oii0.471 l AIH,491 l,4M . 7H:l Distiller's Li ce nse ... .. . . .. 4i , 486 66 , tllS 4:i , 229 ;'50 , 802 Gl.449 Licens e Dut y ... . . . ... .. . 22 . on 23 . :384 18 . 116 -TOTALS ... ... ... .. . l , OOl.872 1 , 080 , :3!)4 1 , I l:LHW l , 470.20:l l , iilS . 212 RC')1 :\IANTFACTL'REU 23 . Th e quantity of Rum mad e cluring t\10 year was 1 , 762,:rno pro of wine gallons b e ing li2,004 ga llons more t.l1an in l 9i,3 . The fol10,1in g: Stat e ment s lHrn ;; th e quantity of Hum nwcl e during thl' years IHiiO-ID: H. lf)iiO I !) ,i l I !l:i2 IU53 1%-1p roof Win e Gallon~ .. . ... .. . 1.153.937 l.77;'5.(i24 1.722.8138 l .:ifl0.3:iti l,762,3fiO DISTRIBUTION OF RUM Duty Paid Rum 24 . Th e Rum duty paid for Home Consumption e1 the Government Spirit Bonds was 72,651 pro of wine gallons and ex Distilleri es 300 , 900 gallons making a total of 37:L'5ii l proof " in e gallons. an in c r ea se of D , 421 proof wine ga llons tts compttred with th e year 1953 . Export e d 25. Th e Rum exported w a .s 846 , 358 proof wine ga llons and the amount for Ships' Stores 7,429 ga llons making a total of 853.607 pr oo f win e gallons . an increas e of 16 8.984 proof wine g a llons as compared with 1935 .

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    20 ])11/y P rr 'e R11J11 2(i. 1\l et h_Yl : ted f::: 1liri ts ma . nu fo c-tur e cl , tt . t h e Di s tiUeri cK amount e d to 12.:H2 proof win e gallons being 1 , 8\)(i g: dlon s more tlrnn in lfll'i:3. 1 , 823 pro of win e ga llon s w,•re permitt e d fr ee for th e m w of th e GoYernrn e nt. R11111 for .--1 rticl es requiri ng Rum in th eir J , J an ufa ct nr e or Prepa : mtion 27. :3 , 2: rn proof win e g a llnn s w e r e used du ri ng thP _v ea r :u-; a.g ai m, t 4.071 m Hlirn . a d e erea ;;e of 8:{fi gallons . 28. The following fll:ttement shows th e di str ibution of Rum during tlw years 1960-1954 . Pr oo f \Vin e P roo f \Vine I Pr oo f \\ ' ine Pr o of \Yim• Proof \Yi1w HEAl)S Ga llon i-; Ga llm1 s Ga ll<,n s C:~ :dlon s Ga llon s 19r,o 1951 l!lfd I fl:33 195 4 D ist ill e ries-Honw Cn rn , urnpl i o n ... Lll. :l flfl 161.741 l:~!l.027 :2 : rn. 3f! O : 300.901) Bo nd-Home C omnnnpl ion ... ... 215_rn:3 2 :28 . 0(H 2:rnJi2:3 l 27 .7-!0 72 , 6 : 31 Bond e d .. . .. . . .. . . . l.OlS.742 l .4:'i 0.808 l . OO:UH17 1.(117 .:l:30 l.2W.008 Go1Trll!ll('Jlt ... ... ... . .. 2.112!! 1 . 8:28 l.7l\:{ I .S J-! 1 .8 2:{ il'kthda.t< 8 ,917 Excise W'areh ous e Entries 14 , 800 1 5 , 97:l 19 . 532 .Excise Du ty En t ri es 49!) -! 18 2f.i2 Transhipml nt Entrirs (i:32 872 1.0:H LEGISLATION :~I. The follm, ing Ads a ffcc ,t ing the C ustoms d e par t ment w e r e pa ss ed t lurin g th e ye ar 1954 The C u stoms T a riff (Amendment) Act 19 5 4-f.i . ':rlw ERso R1,, 1 vl: 11 l Oil N.A . (Pdr0l 11ri 1 Oil Rtorn z" R ta tion) Act , l9f54-14. Pnhlie whn . r vcr. (Cuntrol) Act. 1954-2--1 . The Rum Tlutv (Am e ndm e nt) Act, 19:34-39 . T he C:11stoms Tariff (Am e ndm e nt) Act. 19 5 4 No. 2-4~. BHEA C HES OF THE TRADE A C T ~2. (i) There 1 . c r e ::."i brca<:Les o:' the Tr at le Act, detected fluring the year 1954 and fin es imposed : '., JTI(,Ulltin .,; t" S51.:-.o. (ii) Dm-ing th e yn:u und f'I' r ev iew nuction sa .les o f go o ds seized and forfeited reali se '.! $804.31. Want of entry gou<1,; 1 ( ,: c :t h:o R• ~ cl a . t a . u ct ion anrl r ea. lis c( l $6 08 .0 4.

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    21 LICENSED PRIVATE WAltEHOUl-il~N :tl. At tlw end of the .,e;1r tnti-1 . thl'I'(' \\ erl' i11 Pxiste 1H t ii4 Ji( (::-
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    22 Hrdana of l'isibl e 'J'md e During t ho _ve,tr Hlr'i4 th e Co l ony show<>d mi un fo,voura hk, tra de l m lrrn ce of $S.:3:2:{,-!.Hi. Total Tmpor(s amo11nted to S48.7H:t:{fi'.1 an d Total Exports to $-!0.4:{!.l,907. ThP f n ll 011 i11 g ta , bl(• s how s t h e i -s ihl c t rnde ba.la . nc e ;,; o i ' th e Co l :38.] :jt) :l7.:fa:'i :2 . !)KI> 2 . ~85 41 , I :11; H>.4-!0 4.: 1:-.:-; s . :3:2:{ The total 1 a l tH' ,1f srot)(b imporiL•.t during l\J:"j-111as S--IS.71i :1, :ti:! (inl'lucling imports l1y p,md po;; t of $:2 .0:!1.Gl8). Th e total v:ilw of goc11 l s i111p ortecl for hon w corn:mnption durin g Hl:H 1rn H $47, l50 , 42S and for 19:i:I $ 42,2 (i li. I :ifi . Con qmrin~ lfli}4 with l!l5 :3. t , hc most , significant ehange~ oc-eurred in the foll o win g item s:Increases Meat, all kill(IR Butter Fertilizers Paper. pap e rlio an l a!lll Manufactur e:-; thereof Fi;;h , a ll ki11 . lb. brl s. of 400 lbs. Unit lb. sq. yd. Q1mntity 2J>2:2,U81 :1:1:l.:{2;5 :l. :31 1.\ u4 :2 , 1.\0tU,-!O 407.:-lOO 7!).83i 2 1 6,24:3 12.l34 Qu a ntity ,5, 568. 1 58 386 , 710 Value $ l ,17ff, 711 :{,:259 114 , !J] 2 107 , 748 Value $ 1,399,:361 610,997 251 , 484

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    23 . ..\ detailed Ji ;;t nf a ll Commodities import ed during l!l;"i-lc is g iY e n in Table S uf the Statistical Appendix. J)istrib11t . io11 . of Trad e T ab le :1 of th e Statisti cal Appendix L'iws ([e t ai ls of the traa l'.fL..\. nn \)!)_4 \ltl.2 ()_;) I l . {3 0.8 Tc1h l e , of t h e S tati s tic al Appe111 li x s h o,, ,-, t il t:' Co untri e s nf orig in of all Import;; and Co untric• ,-; of D i> : 4i 1 wti0 n o f Expur h !>y \' ah w di ,;t ing:u is hin g C'xport;; of Dom esticProrl u eP nnrl Rt>-Exports. Imports The Fnited Kingdom main tni1w cl its positi on as the l eading su ppli C'r with ..1-0. l 0 ;, of the total Yalu<' from all count ries . ( \inadn occupi e c l sccrmd po ,.;itio n ,1 it h 18. :? 0 ". Exports of Domestic J->mr.luc e The V;i lu e of Domestic Produ ce e xp u rt e d rluring the :mu, l fl;'i-: wa s $37 .5;ifi ,
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    24 Trnde with British CariJ./ "1 111, Tnritorie, Ddails uf tl w trarltbetween the Colony arn l nth<:>r British Carihh en n tenitories arP given in tables 10 anrl 11 of thP Stati s tirnl Appendix. The tota.l va lu e of all go()(ls import u l frnrn th e s e forritoriPs durin g H);34 mu; SG.801 .484. Th e total value of th,, exports was Bti.!Yi Lit,7 of whic-h $:1.05G,34:3 repre.-;ents the rnlue of e xport,;; of rlom e sti(, prn(lu c-e and $2.0L-,.21-! th e value, nf goocl:, re-exporkcl . Tlw follo,Ying tahle ;;ho,, s the , hll's of Imports a11tl Exports from an,l to eac h trl'l'itor_, . for the years HH"i:i and 1954. htrnTtTS ($ C. I.F.) EXPORTS ($ F.O.B.) 19 : i:1 19G-! 1 9i'i:~ 19/i4 ---------Angnilb l.SHO 8 , HJO lG.985 Antigua 9.292 1!)7 297 . 010 :H.i,38 3 B,thama.s Hl.Uri4 5:'i.-1!)2 l ii5,Hfl4 171.702 British Uni,urn 2,994.0(i;'j 2.212.:10::: iiG4 , 28:{ 782.70(\ British Honcl11rns 44.Jfin 51.1!)7 :) ,! )G-J962 Domini!"a :18:3.f>!H :35:,,.,1.tj:-,; 5H.i,:30:1 J87 . : :l 21 G r e na,b lO~U2\l \l:{.8lt) -!15 , 8:?.7 :1s9 . :rn9 ,T:tm ,1 i1 a l84. 947 170.0:!0 :379 . 181 :!6 , 064Montsrr ra.t :1.4:m 97 .-! HI 96.65(-i St . lGtts Nevis J: {. 2:{!l 48.2:IH ii88.D-!O 501 , 2:~:"i SL Lu c i a :iH!l.-l-21 591.2,4 422.1190 419,070 St. Vi1we11t ,i82.l l2 641\.(i2:i 279,!)(i 1 2G:ViG8 Tortola :ml 172 4.222 4.fi:1:1 Trinidad 2.:!-t8.G8;) 2,4S8.7.:{ 1. ll:! . fi4D 1JiG2,8!)6 T11rlrn falarn[R 1.7:{:1 5.:!:38 2,67:3 TOTAL 7,14:{.fl{\4 6,SOJA84 4.8/50,961 5,07 l .ii57

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    25 EXPLAI\TA TORY NOTES 1. System of Tmde Classification Tlw Standarcl International Trnde Cla,;sifirntion List issmrl by the l'nited Nations Economic and Social Comwil has been adopt.rel for the Classitieation of all merchandise with effect from 1st January, 1954. System r~f Trarle The tabulations are prepa,1wl on the basis of the ''General Trade" of the Colony. (,t) Imports n,la.te to all gooc!R (except trarn,hipment goods) imported into the Country whether entered for Horne Consumption or ward10u:-ini;r or sub,spquently exported. (b) Domestic export,-: rnlate to goods which arc th0 growth. produc0 or manufacture of tlw Colony. (c) Re-export:relate to goods \1hieh liad lwe11 importer[ and sub,sequently Pxportc,cl (other than transhipment grlmls). (d) Imports h.Y Parcel Post arc not elassitied and arc entered ,trrurding tu ndue. (e) Exports h_v Parcel Post a.re not nwordecl. ~(/uantities and V11/11es (a) All quantities and Yalue;;
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    26 Table 1 . TOTAL TRADE 19:38 , 1948 TO 1964. $ B . W.I. E XPO RTS (F . 0.H.) fmpor t~ . . . --~---~ Ba larn< , ,r P ER IOD (C.l . F. ) D o nwstic V i s ible Trn , l P P ro du ce R e EX JH>rt s To ta l 19:38 . . . .. . .. . 0 , 9:38. IO0 f i .8 48.:W0 fl28 . :200 !i.476 . .. W0 : t 46 I . 7 0 11 1948 ... ... .. . :W , 4Hl . 9 0 0 l: t:1 l 0.400 1.: 3 H i ... W0 I .. l-.fi 2i'i. S00 -l , -:i .83 fi . ft1(1 1949 ... ... ... :l:l , 91 U)(HI 20 J l2:U00 1.418.:iO0 :.!:2.:l-!l.S00 . 11.570 . 100 19 i i0 ... .. . .. . : lS , 71 ti , i i(H I 2f , .9 24 , (100 l.7Hl.100 27. (i4 : U o o -11 . 07 : U0(I 19iil ... ... .. . :i 1 . sn:uo, 1 :U, l );i2 .1100 2 . :'il:l , :200 : 3 :-, , 4li4 . 200 16.42!!.:i00 19 5 2 .. . ... ... : iJ . 19:1 . !)01 I 36 .90 0. IO0 : U1 5 0.(100 3! Hl i jfJ _ IOO 14,24 3 . S 00 19G:3 .. . ... .. . 4:i , 524,:mt I :38 . l-Hl.!100 :2.DSfUHHI -!l,l3:':i . !100 4.:388.400 1954 .. . ... .. . 48 . , 0:L40( 1 :n ,;' i , i ii. ( ,on :2 . 88 -! , !)00 ,W.4:3!1 . !)00 8 , :32: l.:, 00 f

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    Table 2. TOTAL TRADE ANALYSIS BY SECTIONS OF THE STANDARD INTERNATIOXAL TRADE CLASSIFICATIOX-1954 ::ii rnu1 B.W.I. S.I.T.C. SECTJU;','S 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 __ ' -1-------------~ .\Ianufa(lured :\lisf Trn\el lin &c.) \HJ()( I. of U:(H)(l~animals leather. of clothin. lh.) . glass. &t.) &c.) --------IMPORTS (C.I.F.) HJJ-! I L3.30-!. s \ 1.:257. O I 3.:JSli. S I :2.+:J:i.J l uHn., I :um1.s [ 10.0:Jo.1 I .,_b,l:J., EXPORTR OF DO:\rESTIC PRODl'CE (F.O.B.) 195.J. ... , :3-!.7!ifl. I I :2.li)S.8 13-1.4 19S.:! 103.ii :!.+ 1954 ... I 361. 4 I 1:20.3 +. t_j I WL3 I 15. :3 :!()3.0 1.:2.'j.j. () I J3 l.-! I :2:!(l. () II.+

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    29 Table 3 DIRECTION OF TRADE-1949-1954 ANALYSIS BY CURRENCY AREAS AND PRINCIPAL COUNTRIES WITHIN AREAS AND DISTINGUISHING COMMONWEALTH COUNTRIES FROM FOREIGN COUNTRIES $ B.W.I. IMPORTS (C.I.F.) TOTAL EXPORTS (F. 0. B. ) AREA AND COUNTRY I 1952 1953 AREA AND COUNTRY 1949 1950 ; 1951 1954 1949 1950 1951 1952 1953 1954 COMMONWEALTH COUNTRIES : COMMONWEALTH COUNTRIES Commonwealth Countries within Commonwealth Countries within the Sterling Area 13,800,253 18,033 , 142 23,554,540 21,927,006 18 ,555, 63 2 19,529,448 10 ,5 55 , 717 11,420 ,4 18 23, 296, 906 the Sterling Area United Kingdom . .. ... ... 13,996,970 19,751,372 30,256,310 United Kingdom Australia ... . . . ... 882,555 1,280,978 1,602,288 919,835 396,494 414,629 12 376 864 Australia New Zealand .. . ... ... 71,877 288,506 219,319 1 , 358,319 823,801 1 ,5 10 ,90 1 84,174 27 New Zealand Bermuda .. . .. . ... 548 797 18,554 13,813 24,195 24,580 74,236 61 ,8 79 134,011 126,215 185 , 630 213, 541 Bermuda British Guiana ... ... ... 1 ,498,523 1,874,774 1,820 ,893 , 2,498,945 2,994,665 2,272,303 364,313 313,221 483,136 512 ,85 1 564 ,283 782,75 0 British Guiana Indi a .. . ... ... 1,041,894 648,492 1 , 095,477 1 ,997,5 45 596,414 459,002 India Union of South Africa ... .. . 54,402 210,155 308,820 442,393 270,520 455,326 76 471 Union of South Africa British West Indies ... . .. 2,620,125 3 , 410 ,03 1 4,093,531 5,281,575 4,228,044 4 , 601,612 2,113,940 2,619,098 3,493 ,288 4,285,016 4,283,024 4, 28 7 ,8 45 British West Indies Hong Kong ... ... ... 142,033 118,307 237,491 110,047 133,687 277,0117 2 Hong Kong Other Commonwealth Countries Other Commonwealth Countries within the Sterling Area ... 203,17~ 397,113 464,755 308,336 388,942 147,189 122 3,402 5,943 5,292 1 ,5 42 within the Sterling Area Commonwealth Countries outside Commonwealth Countries outthe Sterling Area 7 ,28 7,117 5,588,959 8,374,894 8,199,569 7,659,305 8,875,341 12 ,286,2 68 side the Sterling Area Canada . . . .. . ... 8,643,852 15,979 ,592 14,398 ,6 02 4,353,085 1 0,490,499 Canada TOTAL ALL COMMONWEALTH 36,071,699 TOTAL ALL COMMONWEALTH COUNTRIES ... ... .. . 27,602 , 506 31,851,254 41 , 790,562 43,057,383 38,5 67 , 348 21,752,070 26,701,006 34,090 , 399 39,164,251 39,648,498 39 ,07 3,947 COUN TRIES TOTAL STERLING AREA ... 20,347,553 26,333,003 33,484,922 34 , 972,842 28,470,615 29,8 97 , 682 13 , 108,218 14 ,4 14,738 18,110,807 24,765,649 35 ,295,4 13 28,583,448 TOTAL STERLING AREA TOTAL NORTH AMERICA TOTAL NORTH AMERICA (Canada (CANADA AND U .S.A. ) ... 11,5 27, 67 2 8,162,782 11 ,2 09 ,7 71 12 ,681,903 10 ,9 42,701 12,102,163 8,914,910 12,933,661 16 ,83 0 ,7 62 14,632,683 5,285,337 11,134,272 and U.S.A.) FOREIGN COUNTRIES FOREIGN COUNTRIES Foreign Countries within the Foreign Countries within the Sterling Area ... . .. ... 32,164 70,708 69,254 115,028 58,221 205,675 Sterling Area United States of America ... . .. 4,240,555 2,573,823 2,834,877 4, . 482,334 3,283 , 396 3,226,822 271,058 647 ,39 3 851,170 234,081 932 ,252 643,773 United States of America Other American Account Countries Other American Account Countries Venezuela . .. . .. .. . 321,438 313,146 556,346 328,399 573 , 557 567,184 5,254 6,369 3,509 2,674 29 , 321 8,4 78 Venezuela O t her Countries ... . .. ... 18,674 639 8,123 77,262 5,369 169,136 101,215 18,718 10 , 176 9,621 35,173 50,549 Other Countries TOTAL OTHER AMERICAN TOTAL OTHER AMERICAN ACCOUNT ACCOUNT COUNTRIES ... 340,112 313,785 5 64,469 405,661 578 , 926 736,320 106,469 25,087 13,685 12,295 64,494 59,027 COUNTRIES Non-Dollar Western Hemisphere Non~Dollar Western Hemisphere Countries Countries Argentina . . . . .. . .. 348,029 586,864 762,722 408,685 490,112 675 , 608 Argentina Other Countries ... . .. . .. 245,900 407,884 199 , 173 493,636 113, 54 1 91,639 1 , 170 Other Countries TOTAL NON-DOLLAR WESTERN TOTAL NON-DOLLAR WESTERN HEMISPHERE COUNTRIES ... 593,929 994,748 961,895 902,321 603,653 767,247 1 , 170 HEMISPHERE COUNTRIES O.E.E.C. Countries and Possessions O.E.E.C. Countries and Possessions (excluding United Kingdom) ( excluding United Kingdom) Belgium-Luxembourg and 894,()19 Belgium-Luxembourg and Pos sessio ns . . . . . . . .. 211,375 222,975 387 , 188 42,507 35,467 14 ,338 5,671 76 Possessions Sweden ... . .. . .. 61,459 160 ,993 306,930 174 , 067 117 , 122 166,639 20,012 Sweden Norway ... . .. . .. 49,198 58,034 109 , 884 120,711 352,772 678,605 Norway Germany (Western) ... . .. 50,603 316,870 965,638 733,504 346.110 1,082,518 12,917 6 1,235 5,242 2,490 16,709 Germany (Western) France and Possessions ... ... 56,245 543,759 489 , 158 138 ,6 02 191,274 180,746 13,241 5,220 96,7H 128,090 82,381 96,846 France and Posse ss ions Netherlands and Possessions ... 327 , 574 910,518 1,622,712 2,111,604 1 ,5 75,859 1 , 805,174 56,195 156 ,58 3 218,970 204,643 160,442 170,831 Netherlands and Possessions Portugal and Possessions ... ... 51,295 45,441 102 , 750 63 ,56 6 349 , 158 121,564 494 Po rt ugal and Possessions Other O.E . E.C . Countries ... ... 171 , 359 396,794 581,940 413,799 1 ,02 3 , 708 560,758 38 13 3,473 40,742 Other O.E.E.C. Countries TOTAL O.E.E.C. COUNTRIES 979,108 2,655,384 5,028,031 4,143,041 3,998,510 4,631,471 82,353 162,303 331,292 337,988 254,457 345 ,2 16 TOTAL O.E.E.C. COUNTRIES Rest of World Rest of World Czechoslovakia ... . .. . .. 21,779 86,012 150 ,2 19 83,072 46,029 90,911 Czechoslovakia Jap an ... . .. . .. 76 ,465 146 , 158 420,223 255,010 44,205 328 , 069 Japan Spain and Possessions ... . .. 4,900 8,993 17 , 445 663 ,548 741,526 32,685 Spain and Possessions Other Countries . .. . .. . .. 20,425 15 , 667 56 , 742 86,520 98,170 176 ,8 05 50 Other Countries TOTAL REST OF WORLD ... 123,569 256,830 644,629 1 , 088,150 929,930 628,470 50 TOTAL REST OF WoRLD TOTAL ALL FOREIGN COUNTRIES 6,309 ,437 6 ,865,2 78 10,103,155 11,136 ,535 9,452,636 10,196,005 459 ,88 0 834,783 1 , 197 , 367 584,364 1 ,25 1 ,2 03 1 , 048,016 TOTAL ALL FOREIGN COUNTRIES TOTAL ALL COUNTRIES ... 33 , 911,943 38 , 716 ,532 51 ,8 93,717 54,193,918 45 ,52 4,335 48,763,353 22,211,950 27,535,789 35,287 , 766 39,748,615 40,899 , 701 40,121,963 TOTAL ALL COUNTRIES Ships ' Stores and Bunkers ... 129,825 107,293 176,400 201,447 236 ,2 00 ' 317,944 Ships' Stores and Bunkers GRAND TOTAL ... . .. 33 , 911,943 38 , 716 ,5 32 . 51 ,8 93,717 54,193,918 45,524,335 48,763,353 22,341,775 27 , 643 , 082 35,464,166 39,950,062 41,135,901 40,439,907 GRAND TOTAL

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    Table 4a. DIRECTION OF TRADE -1954 ANALYSIS BY CURRENCY AREAS AND PRINCIPAL COUNTRIES WITHIN AREAS AND BY SECTIONS OF THE S.I.T.C. $ B.W.I. IMPORTS (C.I.F.) SECTION8 OF THE S.I.T.C. --------~--------------------------------------0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 TOTAL ALL AREA UR CuuNTRY ----SECTIONS Crude Mineral Animal nrnl J\1.whinery HcYerages Mnturi:,ls Fuels. Vegetable Manufacanrl Miscellancons Foocl arnl inedible Luhril'ants Oils and Clwmicnls tnred Trans])()1'1 J\Tn 1rnfad111t< l 11 isce llamu u,; Tub:lL'CU CXlTJJt and ndated Fats Goods Equipment Articlcs Transactions Fuel:,: i\Iateria ls C,:) ----1--l COMMONWEAL TH COUNTRIES Commonwealth Countries within the Sterling Area l'nitcd Kinurlom l 26fi.3fi3 0:15.4:i;i l:H.707 101.816 74-. l:-m 2.!IO!l.84I fi_!)fifi.OH'i 4.143.228 1. 77 ti A-8 l l .ii:H.:\04 I 9.,i29,448 Am;tralia :390,;i76 :Li72 1-W :l.+87 10.on:{ 4.S:ifl l .8!lfi JIJ.fi:!n 1\"e11 Zealanrl l.510. lfiO 741 l .510,001 Bennnda 22.Jfl'i l.2fi7 .J-87 2:n m.; 24.;'iSO British Guinirn l.8J2.0ii0 :~15.fi21 4.82:l 7~.s:tJ J.fl:l:i (tl2 20.!)S!l J..:!20 2 272.303 I nclia 7::t5G7 9.262 20:1 11,6(51 ti77 :'ll.J..6-Hl -1-8.9S:1 4:"ifl.()02 l'nion of South Africa 311.716 15,221 310 108.627 3.403 16.0-1-9 45/5,326 British \Vest. Indies 42S.,112 :K94:3 I .28:3.-1-JO l .5D9.J(i0 :Hii.lSii 112.fi(i:! 279.1G4 6,928 27(\.0-1-:{ 2:35.575 4.601 ,612 Hong Kun,, "" 7.-Vi8 fi74 l:Vi20 780 2.iJ.:rn:1 277.017 OthPr Common\len l th Countries within tlw ~terling Area rn.975 2.25] 5:'i.762 126 545 8.i\:{0 147,189

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    ,,.. DIRECTION OF TRADE -1954-Continued. Table 4a.-Co11ti1111ed. ANALYSIS BY CURRENCY AREAS AND PRINCIPAL COUNTRIES WITHIN AREAS A_;_'\"D BY SECTIONS OF THE S.I.T.C. S B.W.l. IMPORTS ( C.I.F. )-Continued. SECTIONS OF THE S.I.T.C. ARJ,;A OR COUNTRY 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 TOTAL ALL SECTIONS Crude Mineral Animal rm
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    T a ble 4a. DIRECTION OF TR A D E -1954Conti n u ed ANALYSIS BY GGRRENC.Y AREAS AND P RIXCil'AL COU:N"THJES W I THIN AREAS AND BY SECTIONS OF THE S . I.T . C . $ B.W. I. IMPOR TS (C .I.F.) -Continue d SECTIONS Ol <' T H E 8 . I.T.C. 0 ~ --1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 TOT A L ALL A R EA () R f'O UN TRY ---81 :CT I 0'\':4 C'rml e :\lin (' r.t I A n ima l a nd M 1 t< h im 1 T Re\ r aw,,; i\ l at e ,'i.\ . l ,; F11l'ls. \"e ; .!dabl e :'l!an u fo ca . nd '.\Ti scl' !Lu 1 0 , >n s F o (J( l and i 11Pdibh , L11ln 'ic:1 nt:-Oil s a n d ( ' ]l(' n: ir a . ]:-; t ured Trn 11 :-; pm -t '.\Iam 1 fo ct11 n'1l ;\I i.~C'e llan r, )ll:-; To l iac-c-() (' X ( 'L ' jlt and r l' l a t-t , r[ P at:-; GOllcl H ~q 11ipnw11 l Art icle:-; Trn . n R n d i on ;, Ft w l s ;\ J atcri :t ls ---Ot h e r A m erica n Acco unt Countr i e s \' C'llC' zuel a ... . .. 1/i -! , ~ o :,fiii . 7:\:l L,O 107 i iHi .18+ O t h e r C onntTi" s . .. l l!"i\l . !"il 7 :l . Hi I : "i .S Hl :iii8 um . 1: rn TOTA L OT111 rn A~ t E l UC'X '.\" f\ ('(' i> TT\' T ('O l ' '-TRJE S .. . . . . I fi + ~ I l : Vl .!>; ,7 ;,(i( i . 7 : ti :uu , ii.fl!)f) Wi : , 7: 1 1i. : t:!11 No n-Dolla r Wes t e rn He misphe re Co untrie s Arg e n ti n a . . . . . . f\7 Lo:lJ l .:3 7+ (i7 ;"" i.(i ll :-i O t lt cr C o nn tr i L'S .. . go_ : rn i> 7\l l 7J l. O~ l !ll .fi:rn T U T c \L X 11 ',U O LL A R \ \'ES'l' ER X H E :IJ I :=-.I PH ERE COL T'\'TR T E:-; 7
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    , T a bl e 4a. Continued. DIRECTI ON OF TR A DE -1 9 54Con t inu e d. AN AL YS IS BY C U RRE N CY A R EAS A ND P RINC IP AL C O FNT R IES W ITH I N AREAS AN D BY SECT IO NS OF THE S.I.T.C . AREA oR Cou~TRY O . E . E. C . C ountrie s and Pos se ssion s (excludin g Unit e d Ki ng dom ) B e l giu m L uxembour g and Possessions . .. Sweden . .. .. . N o r wa y . . . .. . Germa n y (\Vest.em) Fra n co a n d P oss es s ion s .. . Netherlands an d P ossess i o n s .. . Po rt u g al and P oss es s io ns . . . O ther O.E.E.C. C ountri es ... .. . T OT A L O. E . E. C. COUN T RIES .. . 0 Fo o(l 5,6 1 8 67 9 170,6 24 4 , 9 01 4, 639 1 , 30 1 , 1 88 9 7 , 73 5 1 52 , 73 1 1 , 738 , 11 5 1 BeYentges arn l To l mcco . . 2 , 4 0 1 48 ,46 7 1 48 , 0 4 0 2 , 741 14 ,91 6 216,565 -2 Crude Mat e ria l s in edib le ex ce pt :Fue l s 5 9 5 15 6 4,1 3 7 13 3 10, 79 2 15,8 1 3 S B.W . I. I M PORTS (C .I.F. )C'ontinnecl. SECTIONS OF T HE S.I . T.C. ----------. ----TO T AL 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 ALL ---t\EC TIO NS M i n e ra l Anima l a , nd Ma e l1inery F u e ls, Vegetab l e Man u facand ~'l i sc-e ll a n cons L ub ri ca n ts Oils ancl Cho mi c , Lls tu red T rans por t 1\Ia ,ll u fact ured ::Vli s c olla n eous a n d r e la.ted F ats Goo d s E quipment A rtidl,::; T ransac ti ons 1\fat e ria l s Artic l es 1 , 268 2 7 ,H48 2 0 : : n s 3 5 , 4 6 7 L U O 135.44,} 18.028 10 , 008 1 , :rng 166,fi39 43 9,095 68 . 2813 6 00 678 , 605 7 9 , 908 4 69 , 38!) 13 0 ,28 7 Li9 . 87 8 168 , 3 --lc;} 6 7 , 4 0!.J 1 , 08 2,;'il S 5,640 G G ,751 2 4 , : 3!)0 ti . l 22 3,843 30,738 180,746 424 12 , 745 22 .86 :3 1 58, 1 67 u:3 . 0H3 08 , 062 6 , 455 1 , 805, 1 74 48 9 S , 7 02 2 , 3 8(i \),37 8 12 1,5 6 4 1 7,115 a. 836 1!)3,71!) 49. :3 8;) 49,689 68,575 560,758 424 554 , 992 555 , 2 1 7 74 6 , UH 286 , 506 332 , 953 184 , 242 4 , 63 1 ,471 -~ ---

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    DIRECTION OF T RADE -1954Contin u ed. T a ble 4 a. Continu e d. ANA L YSIS B Y C URR E NCY A R EAS AN D PR I NC I PAL C O UNTR IE S WIT HI N AREAS AND B Y SEC T IONS O F THE S. I.T .C. A R EA OR Cou.NTRY 0 1 2 Crude Bevera ge s M ate ri a ls Food a nd in edibl e T o ba cco ex ce pt F u e l s Rest o f World Cze c h o -Slova ki a ... J ap a n . . . . . . 230 S p a in a nd P oss e ssi ons ... 1 7 , 208 10 ,523 Ot h er C ou nt r i es .. . 94 , 032 1 93 1 , 1 00 T OTAL RES T OF THE W O RLD . .. ... 111 , 4 70 10 , 716 1.1 00 T O T AL ALL F OR EIGN C OUNTRIE S 3 ,5 97 . 888 238 , 765 394 , 008 TOT AL AL L COUNTRIES .. . 15 , 304 , 794 1 , 25 6 , 971 3 , 386 .8 48 -IM P ORTS (C.I.F.)C ontin u e d. SEC TIO NS OF T HE S. I.T .C. 3 4 5 6 l \:Ii n cra. l Anima l aw l F u e b . Veg c t. t h l e :\Ta n11 fa1Lubric ant s Oih , and C l wmica.J :, tu re(l and re bt e cl F s Go od s M ,t t e r ia l s 1 , 372 1 5 . 623 ,H2 , 387 43 7 46 4 .-14 15 1 , 027 1 , 328 42 , 325 1 , 4 64 2 , 7 46 3 74 , 780 73 4 , 1 49 653 , 8 07 642 , 740 l , 58!).226 2 , 435 , 3 55 1 , 0 9 7 . 650 : ~.901.77 3 10 , 0: m , orrn 7 8 :V T a c hi n e r y arnl :\Ii scP ll a n e( nt s Tra m;purt M an II fa c tu r u d E qui pm e nt Arti s (i4,62 5 62 1 5,390 :rn , , 6 8 !) 3, 39 1 , 442 $ B.W.I . 9 :\IiR ce ll a n e o us Tr ans ac tio n s 9 , 29 1 2 6 184 9 , 50 1 4 1 4.226 2 , 322 , 735 I TO T AL ALL S E C T ION S 90,9 11 328,069 :32 ,685 l 7G , 80 : 3 6 28,47 0 0,196 , 00 5 4 8 , 76 3 , 3 5 3

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    Table 4b. DIRECTION OF TRADE-1954Conti,med. ANALY~ lS BY CURRENCY AREAS AND PR IKC IP AL cor ~ TRIE S WITHIN AR EA S A ND BY SECTIONS OF THE S.I.T.C. $ B.W.I. --EXPORTS (F.O.B.) SE CTIO N S O F THE S. I. 'T. C . TOTAL A REA O R Co r~T RY 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 AL L SECTIO:'.\S Crude Min era l B e Ycrag cs M a terials Fuels, Animal a nd l\fannfac::1 Iad1 in er:v Mi scell an eous Food arn l In e dible Lubr ica nts Vegeta.J>ks C h e m icals t ur cc1 a nd Ma1mfaetrn pc l Mis cc llan eo 11 s Tobacco except arn l related Oils a nd Goods Transport. Arti el es Transactions Ftw b ::\Ia teria ls F,lts Equipm H nt COMMONWEALTH C O U~T RIE S Commonwealth Countries within th e Sterling Area rnit e d King(lom . .. 23,095,/505 46 , :'519 36,820 7H0 3G.ll 6 :e . oso 33.482 1 5.5:24 1 00 23.296.HOfl Austrnli,1 ... ... Sti4 864 B el' rnuda ... ... 4 , ll2 202.188 -t:,9:i3 78 ;'j;'i:3 1 , 657 :.WUi 4l Briti s h Guiana 400 , 7 :37 l , 5fi + 220 fl . :204 34-2.987 l l. ll :J 17 .524 2.:581 78:?.7 5 0 British West Ind ies 8(\:l,4-1-7 1,491.888 fi,~,~~ 12.15(\ lOO.(il2 4,Hi.8:!7 787.077 3 U.ml:? ~;)5.82[> 10.09 !) 4.:287 .845 Oth e r Commonw ea l t h Cou ntr ies \ Y i t hi n the St e rling Area 1,5 36 6 l .542 Commonwealth Countries Outside the Sterling Area Carnu la ... .. . l0.129.:!80 353.149 48 1.49-1314 7fll G.3~a 10.490 , 499

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    DIRECTION OF TRADE-1954-Cont inued . Table 4b.-Continu ed. ANALYSIS BY CURRENCY AREAS AND PRINCIPAL COUNTRIES WITHIN ARE AS AND BY SEC TIO NS O:F THE S .I.T .C . ----------•--------AREA OR COUNTRY Crud e Mineral Beverages l\ifatcri a ls Fu e ls. F oorl. a nd inedibl e I , u bricants T o bac co exc e pt and related Fu e l s Materials TOTAL ALL C OMMON\VEALTH COUN TRI ES ... 34 , 4!)3 , :20 l 2 ,0 !)7 . 708 42 , 3 10 12 , 156 TOTAL STE RLING AREA ... ... 24,363 , 821 1,744,55!) 42.2G2 l:Ui56 TOTAL NORTH AMERICA (Canada a nd U.S.A.) .. . 10 . 723.902 350,538 8, 2 8 2 FOREIGN COUNTRIES Foreign Countries within the Sterling Area . . . . .. U nited States of I Ameri ca ... ... 594.522 6,389 8,23 4 ----------EXPORTS (F.O.B.)Continued . SECTIONS OF THE S.I . T .C. Animal a nd Mac;hin cr y Vegetabl e '.\Jn11ufacand Oih; and Chemieals t.111\ d Tran s 11 0 1t , Fat s U oo d s EquipnH'nt. 102 .866 4 8 UOO 1. rn2 .ii3(i :no .G:n 101 ,3 72 484 . lOO .l.162.222 :3(i9 , 84 (i 1,8!)4 4.176 24-.1 5 7 ,WO 3.862 2 '.3.:366 . :'.\Ti scd lmwon s :i\Ian,11' ,u , tur cc l Ar i ides 2!J;"\.8fi:3 2U0 , 5:3o U.::U:! 7,000 $ B.W.I. JHiscel l n , 1 wo u Tra11 saet i o1rn 1 2 . ;iS O 12 .iiS O TOTAL ALL SECTIONS :HJ.0 7:3 , !)47 :!S , 58:H48 11.134.:?72 643,773

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    Table 4b. -Con tin ued . DIRECTION OF TRADE -1954 (C'ont i nned) ANA l,Y SJS B Y CVRR E NCY AREAS AND PRINC I PAL COUNTR I ES W I TH I N AR E AS AND BY S E CT IO NS OF TH E S .I. T . C . $ B. W.I. ----AR E A OR C o uNT RY tries Other A merican Account Coun V e n e zue l a . .. O th e r Co u ntr i es TO T AL A L L 0T H AlVmRWA N Ac< o C OU NTR IE S ... ... ER . UN T ... Non-D o llar Wes Hemispher e Countrie s T oT AL N oN -Do \ VE S TERN HEM PH E RE Co U NT R tern LLA R I S IES -. -0 1 B e Y e ra g es F o o d : w d T oba c co , ) 1 55 28 . 827 10,095 2s .s:1 2 10.2 GO ---------E X PORTS (F.O.B . ) -Continu c cl . -----------S EC TIO NS O F T HE S.I. T. C . 2 3 4 5 -6 7 8 I 9 Crud e : M i n e ra l A ni m a l arn l Mac hi ne r y :\ fa t eri als Fu e ls, Ve ge t al,l u l \ fa nu fac anr l :\I is ce lla n e o us Ine< l ible L u bri c a n t s Oil s a w l C h e mi ca l s t u re d Tr arn, p or t Manufoet nr e : I M i sc e ll a n eo us e x c ept an d r elat e d F a t s Goo cls E qu ipmen t Art i des T 1 a, 1 1 s1 ll 0 tion s Fuel s ;\fa t e ria l s fiO O :rn n 2 .4: 10 1 , fiR n 12 ii 3 83 2 , ::\55 5!)8 8 . 29 1 GO O 383 6 . 03 2 :{, 02 8 9 .8 77 1 2 : i --T OT A L Au , SE CT ION S 8 , 4 78 50 , 54!) 59 , 027 ::,., 00

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    Table 4b.-Continucd. DIRECTION OF TRADE -1954 (Continued) ANALYSIS BY CUitRENCY AREA:-l AND PRINCIPAL C'OC''.\'TIUES WJTH I~ AREAS AND HY SECTIONS OF THE S.I.T.C. S B.W.I. -------EXPORTS (F.O.B.)-Co11tinnecl. SECTIOXS OF THE S.l.T.C. TOTAL AREA OR COUNTRY 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 ALL i-lECTlO;\':i Crude 1\linernl Animal ,mfl }Iaelti1wry Beverages }laforiab Fuels. Vl':dalik l\Lmufocand :\Ii ,ae lJ aueo us Food and Inedible Luhri(,ant,-; Oils and Chemicals t 11 !'('cl Trans1 i, ,rt _\lurnfac-t un , I :.\ li,-,l'l' 11 am" us Tolmcl'o L>xccpt and relatt-rl Fats Uouds Equip11w11t Articlt,,-; Tra11,-adio11s Fucb }fa tc ri, ds -~------O.E.E.C. Countries and Possessions (excluding United Kingdom) Belgium-Luxembourg and Possessions ... 76 -7ti Sweden ... ... 19.700 :;12 :m.nu Germany (Western) 12,000 787 :UJ:Z:Z l(i,70\J France all([ Possession,; ... 4.G4:Z 24,7@ nn l.1117 ;;:,_;~48 2:u:n 7 .~>:37 fHU,4'1 Nctherlan!) --]70.8:11 Other O.E.E.C. Countries ... . .. 40,742 -40.74:: TOTAL O.E.E.C. CocNTRIES ... n.nns /'i7,27] 86.745 !16 :Z.8I!1 147.0:?5 :28.7!)(i l :?.4\JG :s-t:, . :? rn -~

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    T a ble 4b.C o ntinue d DIRECTION OF TR A DE-19 54 (Continu e d) ANA L YSIS B Y C U RRE N CY A REA S AND PRIN C IPAL C OUNTRIE S WIT HI N ARE AS AN D BY SE CT ION S OF T HE S.l. T . C . $ B. W . I. EXPORTS (F.O.B.) -Con tinu ed . S EC TION S OF TH E S.I. T. C . I I TOTAL AREA O R COU NTR Y 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 AL L SE C T lO :K S Crude Mi n e ra l Animal a nd 1fa c h iner,v B evera g es 1Yfa t e r ia ls Fu e l s, Veg et able Man ufa ca n d Mi sc l' lla ne o u s Food and In edib le Lu b ri ca nts O il s a nd Che mi c a l s ture d T rans por t l \fa nn fa ct u red l\fi sce ll a n eo u s T oba c co exc e pt a nd r e l a ted F at.s Goo d s E quip m ent A rtic l es T r a n s act i on s Fu e l s Mat er i a ls Rest of World TOT AL R ES T OF W ORL D .. . ... -T OTAL ALL FnR F. T GN CorrNTRrns .. . 633, 3 22 73,910 95 , 479 96 400 3 , 202 1 1 5 ,190 29 , 373 1 26 1 , 048,016 T OTAL ALL COTTN TRIES .. . ... 35 , 1 26,523 2,17 1 , 6 1 8 1 37 , 789 1 2 , 252 103 , 266 487 , 302 l , :319 , 4f>8 425 , 827 325 , 226 1 2 . 705 40 , 1 2 1 , 963 Shi p s ' Stor es a nd Bunkers . . . .. . 3 , 981 107 , 44 7 1 , 237 1 54 . 208 4 3 , 9n 39.()!: ll 8 , 002 1 3 1 7 , 944 G RA"SD T OTAL .. . 3 5 , 1 3 0 , 5 04 2 , 2 7 9 . 06 /5 1 39 , 0 26 I 1 66 . 46 0 103 . 2 7 0 I 4 fl l. ~ i ; ) Ul5 8 , 5 46 I 4:.1:.1. H: . m 32.i ,227 12.i 0G 40 , 4 3 9.DOi

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    41 Table 5 :-,UMMARY OF IMPORTS (C.I. U'.) BY SECTIONS AND DIVISIONS OF THE STANDARD INTERNATIONAL TRADE CLASSIFICATION LIST 1954 SECTION 0-FOOD DIVISION SECTIONS AND DIVISIO.NS 00-Liv e Aninw . l s e hi o H v for food 01Mc,t t and :\l ca t Prci)ara.tions 02-Dairy Produ cts. c ggs arnl h o n ey 03-l!'ish and Fish J'n,parations 04-Ce r ea l awl Cere,d Prepa,rntions 05-Frui ts and Y e Q:otables ... 06-Su ga r all(l Su g a . r Prcp arn t.ions .. . 07Co ff ee, tea , c oc-011 , s pe c ies a , nd m a nufa c tur es th e reof OS-F ee ding Stuff for Animals (not including unmill e cl cere,tls) 09-M isce llancous foorl preparations SECTIO~ 1-BEYERA G ES AND TOBACCO DIVISION 11-B eve rap,,: 12-Tnbacco ,md tobacco manufa ,c tur e s SECTION :!-CRUDE MATERIALS, INEDIBLE EXCEPT FUELS DIVISION 21-H i cl es, Skins and fur skins, undr esse d 22-Oil see ds, oil nuts and oil k erne ls 23Cr ucle rnbber, including synthetic and recl a imc(l 24--W oo cl . lumber and cork 25-Pulp a rnl waste paper 26-Tcxtilc tibr es , n ot m a nufa ct ur e d into varn , thread or fn . bri cs. a nd waste 27-Crnde forti lizel',; ,mrl c rude minerals. cx 0 clucling cu,t l, pe t rol e um , rnd precious stones 28-M eta lliforou,; ores a nd met a l scra p 29 AnimaJ ,mrl \' eg,tta ble Crud e : Mat e rial,;, N.E .S. SECTION 3-:MrNERAL FUELS , Ll"BRICANTS AND RELATED MATERIALS DIVISION 31-Min era l hwls . l11lirieant:-; :md r<.llate cl materi a l s SECTION 4-A~DL\L AND VEGETABLE OILS AND FATS DIVISION 41-Animal and vcgetit ble oils (not sse nti a l oils) , fi.tts, grenses a nd deriv a .t.iv e s SECTION 5-CHEl\lICALS DIVISION 51-Chemical cl e m <' nt s a . ml eo mpounrls 52-Min e r a l tar arnl cr ud e c hemil al8 from coal petroleum and n a tural gas 53-D ye ing, tannin g a nd colourin g materials 54--M ecl icinnl and ph a rmn.ccuti ca l products 55 -Esse ntial oils a ll(l perfume mat , cr i aJ s, toil e t , polishing and cl ea nsing pr e p ara tions 56F ert ilizers , m a n u fa .c t n red 59-Explosivcs and mi sce llan eo u s c h e mi ca l mat er i , d s a nd produ c t s SECTION 6 -1\'TANUFA C Tl:RED GOODS CLASSIFIED CHIEFLY BY MATERIAL DIVISION 61-L ea thcr L eat h er manufactmcs. N.E.S. and c lr cssef l fur s 62-Rubber manufa c tures , N . E .S . ... 6:{ \V ood a nd Co rk m a . nufo . dures (excluding furnitur e) 64--Pap e r , pap er bo a rd a ll([ manufa . ct ur es ther eof 65-T ext ile yarn, fabrics and mad eup articles a nd r e lated produ ct s 66-N o n-metallicmin era l manufa ct ur es, N.E.S . 67-Silver , platinum , ge ms and j ewe ller y 68-B ase metals 69-M a nufa c tur es of metals ... S000 B.W.I. HIM li"i.:104.8 13.9 2,809.8 2.198.6 1,143.6 4,359.9 1 , 500.1 211.8 805.8 1,978.9 282.4 1,257.0 833.9 423.l 3 , 386.8 1,132.6 2 , 019.3 64.0 131.2 39.7 2,435.4 2,435.4 1,09,. 7 1 , 097.7 3,901.8 223.1 3.6 556.5 750.t 554.2 1 , 559 . 8 254.4 10,030.1 67.2 499.8 342.4 1,054.8 4,040.9 1,454.2 53 . 0 1 , 006.8 1,511.0

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    42 Table 5-( 00 11/inuu( ) SUMMARY OF IMPORTS (C. I. F.) BY SECTIONS A,~D DIVISIONS OF 'I' HE S'l'ANDAHD INTERNATION.\L 'l'RADE CLASSIFICATION LIST 1954 Sm " l' IO N S AND DJVISlONS SE C TION 71 \L\ C HINERY A ND TR , \~SPORT EQUIP:.IENT DIVISION 71-lvfa c hinm'Y other th a n electric 7~-El ectril' 1;rnchinn _ \. ilj)Jmrntns :1rnl a 1q>li,mc-L'S 73-Tr a n s po!'t equiprn C' n t SECTIOX 8-JW ,C ELLA ... ,EOl T S AHTI C LES '.\IAX F F AC TUHED DIVISION 81-Pro fa bl'il'atC(l lmilclings, s,nlitar ,v plumbing h0ntin g and lightin g fixturC's a,nd fittings n.nd fixtu re:,; 83-Tn we l g ooLL5 aml h a n < lha.g ,; and s imil a r ar t icl es 84-Cl<>thiitg 8,"i-F\> ot w ea r 8(i-l'ro fes simml seiLmt,i fie and rnntrnlling instrunlC'nt s ; photographi c and uptic , tl g oo ds \\ atclws and l'lo c k :-89-Mi sce llaneou,; and n rn rn1fac tnrl' t l a rticle,; .K.E.S . SE C TION H-MTS C ELLA N EOlTS TR 1 \KSA C TIONS AND COMMOD1TIES N . E . S. DIVISION 91-Pm,t i d packages 92-Li ve a nimals oth e r th a n for fooil 93-Rc,turn c d g ood s a nd s p e cial tram m0 tions TOTAL OF ALL SEC'l'IO :-SS $000 B.W.I. 1954 fi , 63ij. 7 :2.621. H l.2G-!. :i 1.7-!!). (i 171. :~ 180.fi (3!).(i 83i. i i 1 , 000. fl ~00.fi !)36.1 2,031. G %.-! 19.7 48,763.4

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    43 Table 6 :--L ~ , \L\IAltY OF TOTAL EXPOHT S (DmIESTIC .\Xl> Lt8 EX.PORT S ) (F.O.B .) BY SECTJON S A:';D DIVTSJO;:i!S OF STAI'\DAIW T\'TERNATIONAL TRADE CLASSIFICATION LIST1954 SECTIOX 0-fi'OOD DIVISION 00-Liv o .\nim a b c hidl r lllr fo, > d . . . 01-\!P nt ;rn , l i\) 0 ;1tprej > ; lr a hnn :-; O:!-D a i1T Produ c t" l'!!!!S and h1>n ev o:{-Fi,-h.,rnr ,mi1 11 nl ,; (1111t i11d11c!iu . u u1tmilk ( l eP r e nl s) 09-i\]i :-< ,tdlaiwon::. fornl pr q1; 1rati"n ,; SECTIOX A'.\ D 'L'OBACC'O DIVISION 11Ben ,aue,; l:! T,,l,;11Lo an,l tol,;11 , rn,1m1Lictur e ~ SE C TTO\' ~ CRL ' J>E :\L\Tl : :IUAL:-i. 1XEl>TBLE E\'CEPT Fl ' EU-; DIVISION :!]-Hide,; . ~kim , awl fu r skin,-, rn H ln ,;, wd :!:! Oil -S L l '< l ,;. 11il 11u1s and uil kl'rw l,; :!:l( ' n11 lu n1 I> l 1 0 r. inl'lmling :-;yutlw t i (' and n lnimc, I :!-1--\\'ood. lrnn li e r arnl ,,nrk ::,-,!'nip a11cl , , a ,-t< p ; q >l' I ' :!1:-' : 'ex tile til , H •s ll<> i 1 :,; 1111il' a durl'd into Y a rn . thrt ad (l!' fihn •:s nnd mtsk :27 Crudl, fertiliz e r,; arnl (' l'U(ll' mill E' l'ili~. ; . Xl'lu,lin,u 1,t! . petrolcsum ancl l)l'l'Ci<>llf' s t on e s :!S-\l e ta.lliferr11u,; orL•,; and mctnl s crap :!\!-Animal nrnl 1 gP!;1 . bl e mafrrial::; 1u•.s. 8ECT10X : l-:\lIXBRAL .FUEU,, Ll ~ BRH ' AXT8 AXD HELATED '.\lATElUAL~ DIVISION :{1-:\Iineral fm b . lubrieant s a lHl rdntcll materials SECTIOX -1--AXL\IAL AXD n:rrnT . \BLE OILS A.XI> FATS DIVISION 41~ \uirnal H!Hl IT)-'.dahk uils (not l'S ,-ential oil ,; ). fats , grease::; and clerivati v cs SECTIOX , :i-CHEMICAL8 DIVISION ,:il-C'hl'mical el e ments and com11om1cb 5:!-:\[in c rnl T a r mid crud<, e hcmic a. ls from eod petrol e um and natural gas 5:\-Dy e in , t-n1mi11g and < . o lourin materials 54--l\frdicinal : mcl pharnrn c eutical product s 5;"i-Es ,;e ntial uib an
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    44 Table 6-(Continued) ,3UMMARY OF' TOTAL EXPORTS (DOMESTIC AND RE-EXPORTS) (F.O.B.) BY SECTIONS AND DIVISIONS OF THE STANDARD INTERNATIONAL TRADE CLASSIFICATION LIST-1954 -CONTINUED SECTIONS AND DIVI S IONS SECTION 7-MACHINERY AND TRANSPORT EQUIPMENT DIVISION 71-Ma c hinery other thnJl e lectric ... 72-Electrical Machinery, a pp arat us a nd appliances 73-Transport Equipment ... SECTION 8-MISCELLANEOUS MANUJrACTURED ARTICLES DIVISION 81-Prefahricn,t , ed building, sa nit :uy plumbing , heating a nd lighting fixtures and fitting s 82-Furnitur e and Fixtur es ... 83-Travel goods a nd hand ba gs and s imilar articles 84-Clothin g 85-Footwear ... 86 Pr ofe ssional , scientific and c ontrollin g instruments, photographic and optical goods, watclwi, and clorks 89-Mi sce ll an eous manufa c tured :1rticlcs . n.e.s. . .. SECTION 9-MISCELLANEOUS TRANSACTIONS AND COMMODITIES N.KS. DIVISION 91-Postal Parlrnges ... 92-Live Aninrnl s oth er th an food 93-R e tum ed Gooch; and Special transactions TOTAL OF ALL SECTIONS .. . $ 000 B.W.I. 1954 433.8 283.2 9l.5 59. l 325.2 10.5 4 . 2 2.9 187.9 28.2 6.0 85.5 12.7 2.0 10.7 40,439.9

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    45 Table 7 DIRECTION OF TRADE-1954 A~ALYSIS BY GEOGRAPHICAL AREAS AND INDIVIDUAL TRADING PARTNERS WITHIN AREAS North America Canada Mexico COUNTRIES United St a tes of America Central America and Antilles Anguilla Antigua Balutrruis B en nmla British Honduras Culm Dominica, Grermda French West Indi es Haiti ,Janrnica 1Iontscrrnt Nctheifands \Ve s t Indi es Ni c ,trngmt Puerto Ri co St. Kitts-Nevis 8t . Luci,, St. \'inet->nt Tortola. Trinidad Turks fol a nds Virgin I s l a nds ... P ar cel Post (B.W.I.) South America Argentina Brazil British Gui , ma Chi l e Fr e nch Guiana Nethe1famls Gui,m a Peru Urugu,1 . y Venezuela . Western Europe Amtr ia B e lgium-Luxembourg De11mark Eire France Germany (W es tern) N e thmfancls Norwav Swerki{ Switz rland U nited Kin g dom Southern Europe Greece H, , iy l\facle ria Purtugal Spain Turko.\ Imports (C. I. F.) 8,875.3 3.2 3,220.s 1.9 0.2 55.5 2-!.G 51. 2 0.5 :3i:i8.5 l 13.8 0.l 0.3 170.0 3.1 2.6 158.G 5. 4 48.2 591.3 646.6 0 ') 2,488 .8 OJi 12:u; 67:i.6 s ') 2,272.3 0.1 10.1 s:3. :z 567 . 2 2!), 1 :l ,i . ;; 222 . 7 :200. !) 180 . 7 1.082 .fl l , 7H2. 4 678.G ltil5 . (i 118.0 19 J i2H .--1:!:~. n Hil5.!I 24 . .I !)7.-! :12 . 7 0. :1 $000 B.W.I. EXPORT S (F . 0 . B . ) Dom es tic Produ c e 10 , 484.0 610.8 l. 2 152. : 1 171. 6 :208.2 0 . 9 324,;j 224.4 31.6 3.8 42.D 23 . 2 350.3 221 . 0 62 . : i cu 994.0 2 . 3 11.9 504.3 0 .2 1.0 O . l 10.-112.0 : 1 1.3 Hl . 7 22.9\l(U : m.4Re-Export.s 6.f> :33.0 15 .8 I 92 . fl 0.2 5.3 Hi2.8 164.9 65.1 22. ;~ fi:3. S 87.2 0.-129. l 151.0 l91l . l 201.3 4.fi 568.D 0.4 9. l 278.5 0.1 28.9 7.4 4.'i n. :1 :1011. 6 Total 10 . 490.5 643.8 17 . 0 345.4 171.8 213 . 5 0.9 487.3 389.3 91.i . 7 26.1 96.7 110.40.4 2D.l 501.3 419.1 263.8 4.6 1,562.9 2 .7 21 .0 782.8 0.1 29. l 8.4 0.1 10.4 16.7 :n.3 20.0 23,296. fl :m . .i ...

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    -16 Table 7-(Continued) DIRECTION OF TRADE 1954 .\1',;ALYSIS BY GEOGRAPHICAL AREAS AND INDIVIDUAL TRADING PARTNER~ WITHIN AREAS CouYrRrns Eastern Europe Czt'•< ho-Slov,tki.t Hung,ll'y PoLmcl Rmnaniit ltus,;ia (U.S.S.R) Yw1oslavia Middle East Anglo-Egyptian Srnhn Cypnrn Eg~pt 1,;t1tiopia lran Iraq Israel Malta Other Asia Cevlon Cliin[t Oceania Hong Knn1: f ncli,L ,Jnpnn l\InfaytL .111.H 0.1 Ji'.5 2.5 277 .0 4:"m.o :rn,.1 :{2 .5 0.7 t\.2 fi.3 414.G 1,510.9 0.2 3.4 0.2 20.2 453.3 48,763.4 48,763.4 D<•mestic Produce (). \) 0 0.4 37,528. !) 26.2 37,:>.S5. l :-;ooo B.w.1. ExPOHTS (F. 0. B. ) Re-Exports 2,5!!:3. l 2ffl. 8 2,8tiJ.9 Total o.n 0.2 0.4 40,122.0 317 .9 40,439.9

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    47 Table 8 IMPORTS C.I.F. 1954 ANALYSIS OF COMMODITIE S IMPORTED BY COUNTRIES OF ORIGIN S . I.T .C. COMMODITY VALUE CODE O RIGIN UNIT Q , UANTITY $ B . W.I. 0 SE C TIO N-FOOD 0 0 DIVI S IO N -LI VE ANIMALS 001 Gr o up-Li v e Animals Chi e fl y for Food 00 l0 1. 2 CA LVES FUR R l , ARJN(.; AND BR E ~ ~ DI N G C miad Stnt P~ of Amer i l'a . .. .. . .. . . . . :! . ~ 1:-, 2. S ll:"i TOT AL ~ :?2.:jSS J :_)_;')0 1 ... .. . ... . .. ... . .. .. d , . Live A nim a l s (c h ie fl y for Foo d ) N . E.S . 00 I -O!l . I G o . ~Ts A"ID K .1ns FOR lt. EAHI N(: .'I.ND ]~ REEDT::S C :-; t . Kitts -Nn i s .. . ... . .. .. . . .. . .. )io _ I (i ( ) TOTAL . . . . . . ... . . . . . . . . . \"11. I (\0 01 DIV ISION-M EA T AND M EA T PR E P ARA TION S 011 Gro upMeat: Fres h , Chi ll ed o r Fr oze n . O[l 0 I M E AT ( IF Bny 1 :-,; i,; C ATTLI : ( 81 , ; E F. \ " 1 : , \L ) ( \ urn rl a ... .. . .. . . . . . . . . .. lb. , ) :2~ H :; 1; , \11,-; (rnlia . .. . .. . .. . .. .. . . . . . . .j. ; \_;? , i l I :! ii . I ll i:? :'.\ l' I\" Z c,il a nd .. . .. . ... . . . . . . . . . . . I .-1--1-~. l :,;"; -1-t l I . \ 1:1 :: l " n i t ed ~ta . tr ':-; o f Ame r i c , , ... .. . . . . . . . .. -1fi l4 ToT _ -1.1, . .. . .. . . . . . . . .. . . . l b . 1 . --1-!l~ . :?,; \ -! 22 . D-!--101 1 02 M E AT OF ~H E f ;P OR LA MB S (MUTTON, L AM H) ~ e w Z ea l arn l ... ... .. . .. . . .. . . . lb. I S i. M l 70.0fi;""j TOTAL . . . ... . . . . . . l b . 1 8Li+ l 7fi . lH \ ;i -

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    48 Table 8 (Continu ed) IMPORT S C.l.F. 1954 --------s. J.T.C. COMMODITY VALUE Cn1rn ORien ~ lTNI'I' QFA~TJTY $ B.W.I. O ll-0 3 :'.\iEAT OF SWINE (Pork) CamH l a ... . . . . .. ... . .. . .. lh . 162 163 ?\ e w Ztalanrl ... ... .. . . .. ... . .. ., l().;j4J 6J2!) --T,lTAL .. . ... . .. ... I I,. 10.,0:{ 6.2!)2 Ol l-0-1 Po cLTRY, KILLED OR D 1n-: s:-: 1rn Cnnad i t ... ... . .. ... . .. ... lb . 2-1.:m-1 22 , 793 Anstra li a .. . ... . . . ... . . . . . . .. 1 . :-.:r, 1,871 l ' nite
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    S.I . T.C. CODE IMPORTS C.I.F. 195-i COMJ.VIODITY ORIGIK Table 8-(Continu ed ) ' Ur,;1T ; QUANTITY VALUE S B.W.I. ------------------------------------------1----012-02 SMOKED . DRIED on S.u,TED BEEF OR VEAL Canada Au st ralia ~ cw Zeabrnl ( ~ niwd States of Ameriea TOTA L ()13 Group-Meat Canned and :'.VIeat Preparations, Canned and not Canned 013-Ul SAL'S.\CEs oF AL L K1 xn ,-; NOT IN AIRTIGHT Co~TAINERS United Kin g d o m Canada N ew Zeal a nd TOTAL MEAT CANNED AND l\lExr PREP_.\RATIONs 1:-AIRTIGHT Co NT _ .\.l:O-ERs 013-02 .1 K-1.:,rs C a n a da Union of So uth Africa B e l g ium Denmark G e rmanv (Western) H o llan(i 013---02.2 SAL'SAGES L"nited Kin g dom Au s t.ralia ~ e \\ Zeal a nd Uni o n of South Afr ie , l Cnit e cl St a tes of Americ,1 Argentina Denmark Holbnd ToT. \L 013-0:/. . 9 MEAT A ND '. \l EAT PREPARATIO NS u,; A mTL G H T CO NTAINJm,-; OTHER THA'.\ H A MS Uni tc rl Kin g dom Ca n a da Au st ralia N C \\ ' Zeal a n d Cnion nf South Afrirn Ar ge ntina Brazil D e nmark Fr ance H o lland Sud a n Uruguay lb . 11, . lb. lh. lh. Iii. l li. 11, . 11, . lh . ----------------6: lJ.ffi0 iil.280 G0.7;i0 23:3.00I) 24:>.621 19 .. 5 92 1 8}i9 8 82 . 3Hl rr,0.1on :rn6 . 202 li3 6n l :.;() 1 n"' > l,:~()(I Lil-i-4+8.J!l l ii6 . :3,~) :rn +, J .ii l -\2 ];i_l[;j 1,. :l,:! li8 . 13:lG 80 . 0813 -11.1-;n ,.1:m 8.l:H; 4.H:i !)6 80 5\JJ 355 l.180 962 ; i:! . :!tiJ :33 .9,l() 8.Siif\ 5 .: tlS l .. 51i2 IA-t+ 1 s: tsli, 54,001 1-----8fiS 620 8.00~ 6 . 87:3 4K.14J 27.770 ms.001 325 . 278 7J . l: t5 44 . :> 17 :!!5:U:H lnl.615 l 0.800 i.i.7?i0 8 . 12] 6.585 4.G80 2 . 8(i8 3.J\): 3 :rn:30 28.80<) 17 .6 64 :{(i. I l O 23.12G

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    S. I.T .C C ODE 0 1309 50 IMP O R T S C.I.F. 1 954 COM MO D IT Y OR IGIN MEA T EXTR A CTS AN D PRE P ARAT ION S OF M EA T , N. E . S . (INCLUDING NATURAL SA U SAGE CASINGS) l 1 nite d Ki ngdo m . .. ... . .. .. . ... C anadn, ... .. . ... . .. ... ... A u stra li a ... .. . ... .. . ... . .. Ar gen t i n a ... . .. ... . .. ... .. . D e n ma rk . . . ... .. . ... ... ... F m.nee ... ... ... .. . ... .. . TO TAL . .. .. . ... ... 02 D 022 G IVI S ION-DAIRY PRODUCTS , EGGS AND HONEY. roup-Milk and C rea m; E vapo rated , Cond e nsed or Dri e d. MILK AND CREAM E VAPORATED OR CON D ENSE D 0 2 201 .1 CON TA INING N OT LES S TH AN 8 P ER CEN T OF BUT TER FA T United Ki ngdo m ... . .. .. . ... .. . Canada .. . . .. ... .. . ... . .. Au stra lin, . .. ... .. . . .. ... ... New Zealand ... . .. ... .. . ... ... D enmar k ... ... . .. . .. ... ... H ollan
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    51 Table 8-(Continued) IMPORTS C.I.F. 1954 S.I.T.C. COMMODI'l'Y VALUE CODE ORIGIN UNIT QUANTITY $ B.W.I. -023 Group-Butter 023-01 BuTTER, FRESH, WHETHER SALTED OR NOT, INCLUDING MELTED. Canada ... ... ... ... ... ... lb. 1,250 1,516 Australia ... ... .. . ... . .. ... ,, 277,023 229,167 Eire ... ... ... ... ... ... ,, 229,150 190,570 Xew Zealand ... ... ... ... ... . .. ,, 284.771 22a.635 Union of South Africa ... ... ... ... ... ., :25 14 Norway ... ... ... ... ... . . . ,, 222.07(j 164,862 TOTAL ... ... ... . .. lb. 1,014,295 809,764 Group-Cheese 024-01 CHEESE United Kingdom ... ... ... ... ... lb. 850 I 445 Canada ... . .. ... ... ... ... ,, 7.476 I 7,443 Austrnlia ... ... ... ... ... ... " 38.195 23,958 New Zealand ... ... ... . .. ... ... ,, 497Ji34 2fi0,ll 7 United States of America ... . .. ... ... .. 27 20 Argentina ... ... ... ... ... . .. ., 650 240 Denmark ... ... ... . .. ... ... " 4,594 3,642 Honand ... ... ... ... ... . .. ., 10,049 6,841 TOTAL ... ... . .. ... lb. 559.375 292.706 1 025 Group Eggs 02fi-Ol EGGS IN THE SHELL Canada ... ... ... ... ... . .. No. 115,600 7,624 Holland ... ... ... . .. ... . .. ., 14.400 1,167 TOTAL ... . .. . .. . . . No. 1:3(1.000 8,791 025-02 EGGS NOT IN THE SHELL, LIQFID, FROZEN OR DRIED. Australia ... ... ... ... ... . .. lb. li.200 4,852 United States of America ... ... . . . ... ,, 3fi0 760 Denmark ... ... ... ... ... ... . . 4.957 3.610 TOTAL ... ... ... . .. lb. l I .50i 9 ._ , .... ...,_ 026 Group-Natural Honey 026-01 NATFRAL Hmn;y I'nitrrl Kingdom ... ... ... . .. . .. lb. 1.2f>3 717 Dominica ... ... . .. ... ... ... , . I .4!J5 192 St. Luria ... ... . .. ... ... . .. ,, 4.327 70fi Denmark ... ... ... .. . . .. ... " 20 10 Hollarn] ... ... ... ... 4~ ... . .. " TOTAL . .. . .. .., ... lb. 7,14:3 l.H47

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    S . I. T .C. CODE I MP ORTS C .I. F . 1954 C O MMOD IT Y O RIGIN 0 2 9 Group-D a ir y Product s , n.e.s. 02 90 1 DAIRY PRODUCTS , N.E.S. (IcE CREAM. lcE CREAM POW DERS. MALTED l \'1J LK , COMPO U NDS AND M I XTURES. DE H Y D RATED P R O D UCTS, ETC.) Uni t e d K i ng dom C a n ada Au stndi , i .. . Ba l rnm , i s .. . U ni ted States of A m e rica D e n m a r k H o ll and TOTAL 0 3 DIVISION-FISH & FISH PR E P A RATION S . 0 3 1 Group-Fi s h : Fre s h or s impl y pr ese r v ed 03 1 -0l FrsH: FRE:,H. CH l L Ll m OR FROZEN . Un ited Ki n g dom Can arln Un it e d Sttttes of Am e r i c a T OTAL Frs H : SALTED. DRIED ,m S:\IOKED B F T Nol' J c C"R TH ER PREPAR J m. 031 -02. l CO DFl SH AND FIS H COl.Vli l -lONLY K N O\\ 'N AS ' ' COD FI S H " Uni ted Ki n g dom C anad a oa 1 --02 . 2 HAL:\10"' A N u TRolTT. V n it e ,l K ingdo m Can a d a TOTAL o :H02 .9 OTHER FrsH . SALTED . D 1 trnD OR S:woK~ ; D Bt:T Nl)T ~TRT H t<;R PREPARE D . l , n i.te, l Kingdo m C a n ada Holl and N o r way TOTAL ; i i I ' Toable 8 ( C ont inued ) ' VALUE UNIT I QUAN TIT Y I s B .W. I. lb. 14,429 744 11.l 7 5 L 2lH> 61> l .53 0 :32 6 l b. : !\J .470 lb .. :>.()4H . . fi0 2 l b. 9 , H ; 33 lb. 8.106 . . 2 . 93i > . :314 l b. 2 . 943 . 420 l b. 40 .. 2U.420 l b. 2 !1.41 i0 l b . l l0. 4 0S .. 'Hl. 52 :> .. 2 , :300 " 2 3 . 2S0 lb . 2 1 :3 . fi I: { I I I ! I I I I i i i I I ' I I 13.5 71 fi3H 9.87 0 631i s J ' Ul:30 l22 25 , 87 0 l, U9;3 fi,0 79 66 8 i --7.7 4 2 3. 14-i 698. 038 701 , 1 8:? 2. '5 l 0.0 92 10.1 1 7 l!l.5S 7 1:1.:1 42 : 1 n, : 3 .i li i :n.osn

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    .. 53 T able 8 (Continued) IMPORTS C.T.F . 19 54 -S.I.T . C. COMMODITY VALUE CODE ORIGJN UN IT QUAN TI TY $ B. W . I. . 0 3 2 Group-Fish a nd Fi s h Prepa ra tions, Ca nned o r not N.E .S . I 0 32 -01 F1 s 11 . FISH PR O DUCTS , ANO FI S H PREPARATIONS I X ., A I RTIG H T CONTAINERS (INC L CDPW CR(l ST ACEA A ND i\ l oLL USCS ) [n ite d King do m . .. . . . .. . ... .. . l b. 6 , 29 4 :l ,U94 C, 1-11ada ... ... ... ... ... ... .. , . 532,283 292 , 116 A us t . r a. li a ... . .. .. . . .. . . . . .. ... . 55:! :l37 Un i on of So u t h Africa . .. . .. . .. . .. . . . ., 256.704 H . 5.n9 C nite d S t a t e s o f Ame rica ... . .. .. . .. . " ;'jfj 1 9 1 De n mark . .. ... . .. . . . . .. . .. " 982 l .;"i92 Fnmc e ... .. . ... . . . .. . .. . . .. , , 68 l W Gt' l'Jl Hlll_\' (West e rn) ... ... ... . . . . .. .. 75 20:3 It aly .. . .. . . .. . . . .. . .. . .. . 1 9 7 ;;25 :\'m .-w av ... .. . . .. .. . .. . .. . . .. ,. 3,355 Ul9i, Port n g:.al .. . ... . .. . . . .. . .. . " 920 96fi TOT AL ... .. . . .. . .. l b. 8 01...ts ;i 387 .486 I 04 DIVISIONC ERE A L S & CEREAL PREP A R A TIONS 041 Group-Wheat unmill e d 04 101 \V H EA T ANO SPELT (INCLUOJ NH )lESL I ::-1) U!'ll'I II LLED Cana.da ... ... . .. .. . ... . .. . . . l h . li0, 3 00 5 , 648 U nit e d St.ate s of Ame rica . .. . .. ... . .. ., 19,0 44 7 62 TOTA L ... .. . .. . ... l b. 79 344 6,4 10 , 042 Group-Rice RICE NOT I N THE H US K, INCLlllllN
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    54 Table 8 (Conti n ued) IMP OR TS C. I.F . 19M S.I.T.C . COMMO DIT Y VALUE CO DE ORIG IN UN IT QUAN TI TY $ B. W. I. ' 044 ,, Group-Maize (Corn) Unmill e d .. 044 01 MAIZE (CORN) UNMILU;D M ont se r rat . .. . .. . .. . .. . .. . .. l b . 4 00 30 St. Vi ncent .. . .. . . .. . .. . . . ... " 8,9fi 0 6 1 6 Un i on of So u t h Afr i ca ... . .. . . . . . . . . . , . 8 0 , 37 5 5,538 Arge n tina .. . ... ... . . . . . . .. . .. 5:{,120 4 , 5 1 8 T O TAL ... .. . ... . .. l b . 14-2.84 5 10,7 02 045 Group-Cereal s Unmill e d oth e r than Wheat, Ric e , Barl ey and Ma i z e . 0-i fi 01 . 2 OATS, IJNMlLLlW U nit 0HI\ -----------~--------~ -I

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    Table 8 (Continuerl) DIPORTS C.I.F. HJ;34 -----~--------------------------------------S.I.T.C. CODE CO~BIOD1TY 0HIGI:'s UNIT I : ; QUANTITY I ! VALUE B.W.l. _______________________________ , ____ , _____ I ____ _ I 048 Group-Cereal preparations including preparations from Flour and Fecula of Fruits and Vegetables. 048-01 048-02 (iHOATS ANJJ ('ElrnALS: FLAKED. PEARLED OR PREPARED 1'.\ A :\L-'.'.\):lm :WT ELSEWHEllE SPECIFIED ("PREl'ARED BREAKFAST Foons") Pnitc
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    S.I.T.C. C OD E 56 liVJP ORTS C . I.F. H15--l COMMODITY 01:IGIN Table 8 (Continu e d) ! I i Q,UA;i'TITY I I . VAIXE $ B.W.I. -------------------------1 ---! --048-0H.2 ALL O'l' HER . PR . :PARATinNS OF CE RE ALS. FLOUR AND FECULA I I FOR FooD . N.E .8. (1:--.cL UDING M.\ L'l' Funm) United Kingdom . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. Can;i,da j Tri nillad Uni t .e el States of Ameri ca TOTAL 05 DIVISION-FRUITS AND VEGETABLES. 051 Group-Fruits and Nuts, Fresh (not including Oilnuts) 051-04 APPLES. Unit ed Kingdom Can ada United States of America Hollancl TOTAL 051-0!i. 9 (a) FRE SH Fm m. N.E.8. 'Cnit e d Kingdom l;amu:l.i British Gu i ana D ominica .. . Grenada .. . }font serr at St. Luc:ia .. . 8t.. Vince nt Trin idad . .. Pnited State,; of Ameri c a H olland TOT AL EDIBLE NUTS, O'l'HER TH AN NUTS CHIEFL Y USED FOR EXTRACTING OIL. 051-07 .1 GROUNDNUTS (P EANUTS) Unit ed Kingdom Cana< l a Grenada .. . St. Lucia, .. . St. Vincent Trinidad ... Cnion of South Africa Unit ed St.a,tes of Americ a Br azil H o ll and ItaJy Lib ya Sp ain Sudan Th ailand TOT AL 1 I I I lb . !175 :Wi 780 lb . 7,159 lb. 26 25 .994 225 14.8 16 lb. 41 ,061 ... ... ... ... .. . ... ... ... ... . .. lb. 3,356 8.385 1 , 380 761 222, 459 580 3:57 480 2,U38 5 , 500 2, 014 1 t.:n1 88 ,8 00 8.9fi0 1 6 , 500 lb. :-n3 ,0l 7 (a) This in c ludes S .I.T. C . Items 051 -01 to 05 1-03 and 051-05 to 051 -0 6 . l , :W l 3:t~ l:39 I 240 I 1 , 972 10 8 , 0 73 16 3 , 812 11 ,9 11 428 178 ! 428 42,089 287 20 63 , 171 1 ,540 65,933 :n 1,942 176.053 2, 717 5 , 988 :rn1 174 fi5 , fi5 1 139 82 540 434 1 , 466 1 , 062 3,444 16,86 :~ l.882 a , 211 93,!J5 0

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    S.I.T.C. CODE 051-07.2 Cuc.:o:-.cTs. WHOLE Dominic:u ( :ren:ula St. Lucia /'-~t. Vincent Trinidad ... 57 IMPORTS C.I.F. Hlfr! COMl\lODITY OmmN TOTAL 051-07 .9 OTHER EDIBLE XuTs Cnited Kingdum Foriugal TuTAL 052 Group-Dried Fruits, including Artificially Dehydrated. 052-01 DRIED FRUITS, INCLUDI::S-G ARTIFICIALLY DEHYDRATED FRUITS. United Kingdom Camtda Australia ... C~irus Union of Routh Africa Cnitecl States of America UrePce Holland 1 rnq Purtugal 8painTurkcy TOTAL 053 Group-Fruits Preserved and Fruit Preparation". l'RESEH\"Ell Fin.TITS. \YllOLE 01{ r:, 1'1E('t::;_ \\'!TH Cllt \\'ITJIOT"l' ADDED f,;u:AR. \Yl!ETHEH IN Alln'H:HT CO)."T,\[', ERS OR NOT (H-.TCLFDING l<'RlTIT FROZEX OR lX TEMPORARY l'HESl•:ll.VATLVE. E.<, .. HRlNE) ();j:{-01. I PRESERVE]) J<'m;JT I:S AIHTWHT COXTAIN"ERS L'nited E. ingdom Canada Australia .. . Union of 8011th Afric,a l'nited StatPR of America Denmark Fnmcc Holland Ital_\ .. TOTAL X(J. lb. ,..L ... <>. 11) No. lb. X". IL. Xu. lb. I\(). lb. lb . lb. lb. lb. lb. lb. Table 8-(Continued) VALUE QvANTITY s B.vv.r. 7!i.Dl0 84.GOO l!l.72;") 21.GDO 140.Stil 154,\lOO 7] .3(i(i 78.4\!0 4.4:30 4.:-;uo ;31 :3.312 :l44.,370 :urn> 3fi.7G:i 39.22:{ 2.(358 1,9,30 4.112 4.480 :{,518 2().()(\2 lltUl22 1:3.fi!):-; 7.2H 7:l2 1.64G 7:2(1 18:l.H4 l D.12:2 11.748 H)J 8'.3 -t-l,4(i4 l-L8313 30 2,2:39 :mr; 10.2.2;i2 4,Ulf> 1.184 8.4i>2 4.282 2(37 18.800 4.251 ::m.:107 :14.tiii8 1,240 738 J.(i(3() l.Oi'ifi l,GG:i fl.150 23.557 2.472 1.33H 134 ;345 204 43.!538 :3.-rnn 7.:110 7.08(i 13.021 5.H22 138 13 771 I:{ii 40,!32

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    SJ.T.C. CODE DTPORTS C.LF . l!l:"i-l C0l\[l\10D J T Y 0RlGL, 053--01 . PRESERVim FRlT l' 1'( •T [N AIRTWHT CO::\''l'AI!\ERS Un ite rl King dom Canacl,1 , . Ofi3-m Cn i ter l St , at.Ps of ~ .\.mcrim Yugoslavia TOTAL FR( 'JT , \ !\'ll FRUIT J'J -:EL, PAHTS OF PL . \ X TS. L> RAIX ED. GLACIW OR CltYSTAT,1,[E D , FLAVOLT Rlm OR NOT. l r nitl'd Kingdom Can ad n Dominil' a .. . St . Yi.n ce n1 l'nion of 8outh Afrita TOTAL .lAi\lf' . MARM ALA D}JS. (? 1w rr ,ll ,LLIE S. FRUI'l' PPLPS AN D PA:'-TES \ \"JI.ETffER IN A I RTl( lH'I' C:O XTA JN ERS 01{ N'C>T. U nikel Ki11g:dom Ca ,mcla. Union of Sout h 1 \ fricn FR P JT ,JUI CES, t'X FEJ::vu;:-Tt rn. \\'IIE'l'HE! { Fnoz E::s OR )[O'l' , rNCLUD[NO 8YRl 1 PS AND NATU RAL FRFTT (),"i:~4. 6 LIM E .J l'IC'E Vomini<"a ();"i3-04.9 ALL O'.l'HER FRUIT ,fUH:ES INCLI TDINU SYRUPS A'<'H NAT( T HAL . FHL'J'l' FLA\".Hifi ;)fi,7,"i:3 1 , 081 50.:2:32 90(1 11 !) L:.!87 1 .20!) :1.,>L> 1.084 3G 19fi ;j 3,490 4.Sll I ,> !142 2 3 1 l O.!l6!1 27.142 -------1: 3 I RH S-l7 3, .-i60 2.51+ 2.28(\ (3:2 43.:~S!l ms 760 4.:l20.G48 9 7_,-,70 :w2.2so 2 , !!57 . 1 81 440 9.020 8 .1 95.S!)!) :2 ,\ii'il 2.!lii I S:2!1 9•)" ,.__ ,") 1 , 0,19 44 . J(i4 4.77 fl 10. :17:j 111 IH,r;:17 HJ.(i:1:'i 1 50 , 51;3 3.S!J ,3 1 o.n os 13i5 . :20(i 41 4!)(J 320.696

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    59 LMPORT S C .I.F. 1964 S.J.T.C. CODE CO:\I:\ IODlTY 0 1 : 1( : 1 :x B1,A:-.:::;. PEAc;. L1;;ls'l'ILS ANn OTl IF.R Lm,nv rns (Puums) DRY. 1.1\CLUDI'SG SPLIT L ~ nite 1 .700 (i:: :2 1 .::rn:3 6 1 . 7-1-:3 :,::,! :2:-; :-; l fl 3 . 1 {j( I
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    60 Table 8 ( Continued) IM P O RTS C.I.F . Hlii4 S. l.T . C . C OM l \IODIT Y I VALUE Com,; 01 nc:rn UNIT QUAN TI T Y s B. \\ ".I. i 0 55 GroupV e ge tabl es Pre s er v ed and V e ge t a ble Preparati o n s VEGETABLES P RESERVED OR P RE P ARE D ( E X CE PT D E H Y ' DRATED) IN A IRTI G H T CONTAINERS (INCLU DIN G S OUPS AN!> VEGETABL E , JUIC ES) 055-02.1 ALL SOl : PS AN D VEGETA BLE J UICES IN AIR TIGHT CONTAINERS Pnitcr l K in g dom . .. ... .. . ... . .. l b. :m.2n2 !J .56 4 Canada ... . . . . . . .. . . .. . .. .. GH. 40 fi 26 . 369 Bah a mas ... . .. . .. .. . . .. . .. . .. l , 826 402 , Tanmica ... ... . .. . . . .. . ... . .. " l , !)54 35 1 Union of Sout h Afr i ca . .. ... . . . .. . .. . ,, 1 .:nn 3 1 0 1 : nite< l States of A m e ri ca ... .. . . .. . . . " :~ , 827 1 , 10 1 Ho l hmd ... .. . . .. . .. . . . . .. . .. " ii 3] 122 TOT AL . . . . .. . .. . .. l b . 10(-i,2];"5 3S , 2HJ I 05fi-02.9 VEGETABLES P Rl c SERVED AND PREPARRD IN AIRTIGHT CO)!TAIN ER S United Ki n g d o m .. . . .. . .. ... ... lb. 5:3. 3 8 0 15 ,3 26 Ca n ada ... .. . . .. . .. .. . . .. ... , . 2!J. 6 fi7 10 , 16:3 Bahamas ... . .. . . . . .. .. . .. . .. . , . 8 , 5:50 1 , 805 . Jamaica . . . . .. . .. ... . .. . . . . .. ,. 1 , 200 236 Unio n of So u t h A fri ca ... . . . . .. .. . .. . " 7 , 490 1 , !lO l Unit e d States o f A m erica ... . .. . .. . .. " 5 , 9 01 1 , 944 Denmark ... . .. .. . .. . .. . ... . . . .. 7 1 109 Fra n ce ... .. . . . . . .. . .. ... . .. " 2,281 1 , 485 Ho ll and ... . .. . .. .. . . .. ... . .. , . 17.575 5.041 I ta. l _v ... ... . . . .. . ... . .. . .. , . 2.318 6Jfi T O T AL . .. ... ... . .. l b. 1 28 -423 : 38.626 FL OlfR AND F L A K ES OF P O T ATOES, FRUITS AND VEGET . .\.BLES I NCLUDING SM:O , T APIOCA A.c'fD AL L O TH ER STARCHES PREPAR E D FOR USE AS FOOD 05 5 --0 4. 1 ARROWROOT S t . . Vince n t. . . . ... . .. . . . . . . . . . l b . 4/i,228 !).4 ]: 3 T OTAL . .. .. . . .. . . . lb . 4/i.22::, 9.4m O-r1-nm FLot r Rs A N D FL AKE~ OF F ELiI' l ':-i Al\ D \'E G ETAB LES 055 0J..2 SAO() . \ ~!) T APIOC A Un i te d K i n~ d o m .. . ... .. . . .. Iii . 2S 20 4 3.:1ss Canada. . .. ... . .. .. . . . . .. . . .. .. 2..J0 :Wi Britii:; h Ma l aya . . . ... . .. . . . .. . . .. .. 60,S!i7 7.:192 8aram:i.k ... . .. . .. ... . .. . .. .. . .. !l .707 l.l(i!i Singapore . .. . .. . .. . .. . .. ... .. 8 1 . l 2 8 9 73 t i Ho ll and .. . . . . .. . ... .. . . . . . . . , !l . Oii2 1.634 Tu TAL . .. . .. ... . .. lb . rno,oss 2:3Ji3 0 . 06 DIVISIONS UGAR AND SUGAR PREP A RATIONS 061 Group-Sugar I 0 6 1 --02 SUGAR REFINE D I Un i te d Ki n g d o m ... . . cwt . 3, 00 8 I 38 . 590 . .. . . . . . . I Un i o n of So u t h Afr i ca ... ... . .. . .. . .. 6 1 37 , , T O T AL 3 , 014 38, 7 27 ... .. . . . . . . . e we . I

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    61 T a ble 8 (( 'ontinuecl) L\IPO RTr-3 C.J . F. Ulii4 8 .J .T.C . COMMO DIT Y VALUE CODE Ommx UN I T QUANTI'J'Y s B.W.I . 061 09 O THER SUG AR S AXD SY R U P S . N.E.S. ( E. G . L . .\CT0SE. illALT OSE, G L UCO SE, }fAPLE SUGAR a \ XD MAPLE SYRU P. IXVElW S l rnAns AND L EVULos1 ,, ARTIFIC I AL Ho::-: E Y , CARA:IIEL) Unite d Kin gdom . . . . .. ... . .. . .. C'\\'t. 314 1 2,219 Cana da . . . . .. ... . .. . .. . .. ... . . : i : 383 Britis h Gui a n a ... .. . . .. . .. . . . . .. .. 2 7 2 Trinidad .. . .. . . . . . .. . .. . .. . .. Ii 2-!3 .. Un i on o f So u th Afr i ca .. . . . . ... . .. ... " 478 li , 108 United States of Ame ri c1L ... . . . .. . . .. ,, 2 8 1 Den m a rk .. . .. . .. . . .. . .. ... ... ,, 1 6 Ho ll a nd ... ... ... . .. ... . .. ... ,, 17 T OTAL ... ... . .. .. . c w t . 805 19 , 1 39 062 Group-Sug a r Confection e r y a nd oth e r Su ga r Prep a r a tions 0 62 0 1.1 S UGAR CO NFECT IONE R Y Unite d Kin gdom ... . . . . .. . .. .. . l b. 311 , 7 04 125,04 5 Canada .. . .. . ... ... . .. ,, 3,311 3 , 4 65 Cyprus ... ... . .. ... ... . . . ,, 1 , 644 750 Ja m a i ca .. . . . . . .. ... .. . .. . ,, 1 ,848 6 1 8 T r i nida d .. . ... . .. ... ... . .. ,, 536 1 6 1 Denm ark ... ... . . . ... ... .. . ,, 249 2 2 7 Germa ny (W estern ) ... ... .. . . .. ... ,, 277 11 1 Ho ll an d . . . .. . ... ... .. . . .. .. . ,, 8 , 240 13 , 096 \ e n ez u e l a. . .. ... . . . . .. . . . . .. :, . . 106 53 TO T A L .. . . . . .. . . .. l b . 327,915 143 ,526 062 0 1. 2 OTHER SUGA R PREI'ARATIONS (EXCEPT C H OCOLATE CoxFECTIONERY) Unite d Kin gdom ... ... . . . ... . . . l b . l0.3i7 4 . 1 8 1 Cana da . .. ... .. . . .. . .. ... " 2,6 7 2 2,4 38 Vnion of S o u th Afr i ca ... . .. . .. .. . . . ):, 1 ,,1.:rn 3 . 20 8 Ho ll an< l . .. .. . .. . ... . . . . .. , . 2 . 200 fiD9 TO T AL .. . ... . .. .. . l b. 22.(iS5 10 , 426 07 DIVISION-COFFEE, TEA, COCOA, SPI C ES, AND MA N UF A CTURES THEREOF 071 Group-C o ff ee 0 710 1 COFFEE NO T R OASTED , Jama ica ... ... . .. . . . . . . . .. lb. L HioR 14 , 80 6 Trin i da d ... .. . .. . ... . .. .. . ,, 1 2.768 11 , 7 60 TOTAL ... ... ... . .. lb. 2s , 3a6 26 , 566 07 102 COFFEE ROASTED . INCLrDlNU GROl'ND Cnited K i n gdom ... . .. . . . ... . . . l b . 3;"i . 262 77 . 920 Ca.nada ... .. . ... . .. ... . . . " l Ji90 2,966 , Tama i. c a . .. .. . ... . . . . . . .. . " 2 :t380 21, 7~8 Trini
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    G2 J:VIP OR T S C.J. F. lHfi.-! S. l.T .C . C O MMOD T TY CnDE O1.U G J )i 07 10:~ CoFFJ ; E EXTRACT S, COFFEE E SSENCES AXD Plrnl' A I\ . ATIO NS C0.N" T AININ G Co 1 ,'FEE l" n i tecl King d o m ... . . . . . . Ca n ada . ... . . . . .. . .. 'l\Y! 'AL . . . . .. 0 72 GroupCocoa 07:?-0 l COCOA BEA::-;S S t . Viu ee u t . .. . . . .. . . .. TOTAL .. . ... 072--0 2 COCOA POWDER l.'nitecl K i n gdom ... ... ... Un i ted. S t , 1tes of Am e r ica .. . ... T OTAL ... ... 072 -0 :l C'O COA B t l TTER AN D Cxico a P A ST E Cnitr cl K in gdo m . .. . .. . .. T raL ... . .. 07 3 Group07:J 0l . C hoc o l a t e a nd Chocolate Prepar a tion s l C HOCOLATE CON L ' EC:T IO NER Y Cnih' d Ki n gdom ... . . . . . . Ca n a da .. . . .. . . . . . . Gcnm m y (Wcst , e rn ) ... . .. . . . T OTAL .. . . .. -~ D l l L. \ R . . . . .. ... ... . . . ... ... ... ... ... . .. ... .. . ... 07 3-01 . 2 OTH ER CHOCO LATT~ AN l > CHOCOLATE PREPARA TlO NS 074 Group07-10 1 l' ui tc rl K in g_ d o m ... Ca nada . . . ... U ni te d States of A m e r ica Ho ll a n d . .. .. . T O'l . 'AL T ea a nd Ma te TEA United King d o m .. . Cev l on .. . . .. Inclia ... . . . Ja,pa,n . . . . .. T OTAL . .. . .. . . . . .. ... .. . ... .. . . .. . . . .. . . .. . . . . . . . .. .. . . . . . .. ... ... . . . . . . . . . . . . ... . . . . .. . .. ... .. . T a ble 8(Co11tin 1 wl) -I i V AL UE U);'IT ( )UANT lT Y I s B. l r.I . I . . . I I, . Hi ! 1 6 .. . . . 7ti0 1 . 7 :27 ... l b . 7(i(i 1 . 7 -13 . . . l b . 67:? 1 91 . . . l b. (i 7:? UH --. .. l b. :?GI . fJ:38 1 8 fl .ii66 ... ,, lD:l 1(32 . . . l b. 2G2 . l:31 1 8\1. 7 28 . .. l b. 11 2 62 . .. l b. 112 f<> J~ ------I I I . .. lb . fi:U72 I (i)j , !)09 . . . ,, 4,97 4 5 , 78 8 . .. " 2t 1 ~[> . . . l b . fi7.l71 7-1.722 .. . l b . 10 6, 1 3D 87 ,a l 2 . .. ,, 750 1 , 00 1 . .. ,, 2 . 10 :3 l.( il7 ... ,, 2,00:l Ml .. . l b . 110 , !)9 5 !)0.4 7 1 . . . l b . 1 22.87G 1 71.6 1 3 . . . " 4o. : rna 4 7 ,!i l5 . .. ., n , 1 10 7 1 , !i46 . .. " 484 2:10 . .. lb . 2:37,4 03 290 , 904

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    S.I.T.C . Co1>1 ,; I:\lPOR TS C. I. F. Hl;"i--t COMM ODIT Y 01nm x 075 Group-Spice s l 'ait cd Kin w l om (';maria Brifoh :\Ial a~ , 1, l)omini('a Grena da In d i a S t. Lu c i a St. Vinecnt r-.ar;11ntk Sin.u:a jl( ,re Tt'inidad Union of South : \frica Fr e nch \V1 st. Indies TOTAL 08 DIVISION-FEEDING STUFF FOR ANIMALS (NOT INCLUDING UNMILLED CEREALS) 081 Group-Feeding Stuff for Animals (not including Un milled Cereals) 081-01.1 H AY AKD F01m1 m Cana d1t TOTAL 081-01.2 BRA'.\' . PoLLAKD , f-irrAHPS AXD OTHEH BY PRODUCTS 081-03 FROM: THE ! 'R EPARATION OF CEREALS Ca n a da Br itish Gui ,1na . l'nio n of South Africa A: rntina Holland TOTAL Or L . S1mo CAK E AND MEAL Al\D OTHEH VEcrnTARLE OrL R1 -; srn"C"ES Canacln . British Gu i ana St. Lucia ... l'nik cl Stat es of A merica A r g0 nti1m Uru g uay ... TOTAL Taht~ 8 (Cont-i-n11P1!) \' , \LGE l ' xr r Q1 , AXTITY S B . \V. I. l b. lh. lb. lb. lb . lb . 3:U-30 1. l-17 .: l,i(i 2'i!l .2 7S l.89..t-J i l :l 2.001.120 22 .. rno ,->.:l..t-..t-.6!l'i 1 . :327 .JOO Ol!U500 24.:300 1,0!):{ ,600 ,"i,'ifi!U78 89:1.200 10.026 , 878 1..t.2/H 19:l a , :rn, I II 001 iiJ!i ;"i:3 0 U H 5.00:! :!.!Hi, 3 90 167 70 2 ,649 2.fi-W !ll ,fill() L l.:!;'i4 L02 . 7S:3 ;35,:{110 I .:!H.J. 21i2,:!l 2 12: 3 , ;;4 1 43,0H) 1,1) 88 l00,12L :J..t-9 .fi,j8 60.05fi ()77 J 82

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    6 4 Table 8-(Cont inued) IMPO R T S C . I.F . 1954 S.I .T. C. COMMOD I T Y VAL UE CO D E O RIGU< UNIT QUAN TIT Y $ B . W . I. 08 104 (a) MEAT AND F I S H MEAL , FOOD-WA S TES AN D PREPARED A N IMAL F1 rn D s Un i ted King d o m ... . .. . . . ... . .. l b . :173,864 20 , 865 Carntda ... ... .. . . . . . . . . .. . .. " l 0J 3:U>35 852 , 250 Brit i sh G ui a na ... .. . . . . . .. . .. .. . ,, 129 . 230 l0.14 l Trin i da d ... ... . .. . . . . . . ... ... " 840 66 l'nited S t a t e s of Am e ri ca .. . .. . . .. . . . . , 802,040 7 8,932 Arg e ntina . . . . . . . . . . .. . . . . . . ,, 1 , 2 44 . 560 65,908 H o lland . .. ... . .. . . . . . . . . . . .. ,, 1 00 .0 8 1 5 , 3 7 0 Moroc c o . . . ... . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . " 7 7 6 171 R o nman i a .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. .. M . 203 :3 , 20.1 TOTAL . . . . . . . .. .. . l b . I 2 , 8:37. 629 1 , 036 , 904 09 DIVISION-MIS C ELLANEOUS FOOD PREPARATIONS 091 Group-Marga r in e and Shortenings 091-01 MARGARINE , A NIMAL, V EGE T AB L E OR M I X E D T rinidad . . . .. . ... . .. . .. l b. 20 9 TOTAL .. . ... .. . . .. l b . 20 9 09102 SHORTENINGS : LARD OR LARD SUBSTI T UTE A N D S I MILAR PRE PAR E D ED IB L E FATS New Z ea land ... .. . . .. . .. ... . .. l b . 56 18 Uni t ed S tates of Am er i ca ... ... ... . . . " 36 26 T O T AL . .. ... ... . . . lb . 92 44 099 Group-Food Preparations n.e.s. lJ 1 lit e d Kin gdo m . . . . . . .. . . . . . . . 1 52 , 1 80 Ca nad a ... ... . . . . .. . .. . . . 1 9.051 B e r m uda . .. . . .. . . . ... . . . . .. 22.:=n, B ri ti s h Gu i ana . .. . . . ... .. . . .. . . . : ~92 India .. . ... . .. . . . . .. . . . 1,506 ,fama i c a .. . . . . . .. .. . . . . . . . 7 48 St . KittsN e vis .. . . .. ... . .. ... . . . 21 Tri n ida d .. . ... . . . ... . .. 49,829 Union of S o uth Afri ca . . . ... . .. . .. . . . 2 2, 77 0 Unit e d States of Am eri ctt . . . ... ... . . . 1 2,056 Ar ge ntina ... .. . . . . . .. ... . . . I 714 D e nm a rk 10 .. . . . . . . . . . . . .. . . . I Dut c h West In d i es . .. ... . .. . .. . .. 12 5 Ho ll a n d . . . . .. . . . . . . . .. . .. 141 It. a l v ... . . . . . . . . . .. . . . . :{64 Vei{ e zu e l a ... . . . . .. . . . . . . . .. 73 T OTAL . .. . . . ... . . . I 282 , 297 -(a ) Th is i n c lucl e s R . I.T.C . Hem~ wn -114 t o 1 1 8 11 )9 .

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    65 Table 8-( f 'ontinu e d) IMPORTS C.I.F . 19:34 ( I S.I . T.C. COMMODITY VAL U E CODE 0J:IGI N UNIT QuANTlTY $ B.VV . I. , 1 SECTJON-RE'\'EHAGES AND TOBACCO 11 DIVISION-BEVERAGES 111 Group-Non-Alcoholic Be verages 11 L-01 NON _.\LCOHOLIC BEVERAG 1,s (NOT I NCLUDING FRF]T OR VEGETA B LE ,lFI CE ) l'nit e d Kingdom .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . g a l . I l.Sl9 f3.:{0H TOTAL ... . .. . . . ... . !.!al. l ,Hl!J 6.:)0fi 112 Group-Alcoholic Beverages 112-01. l SPAR KLIN G WrxE Union of South Africa . . . . .. . .. .. . . . . g al. l:!5 LOOS Fran ce ... .. . ... . . . . .. .. . . . ,:rn I 1 2,L:{i Germany (West e rn) ... . . . . .. . . . ... . . ;; l I !i:?!i TOTAL .. . .. . .. . . .. ga l. 912 1 :uno 112-01.2 STILL WINE DI BOTTLES l'nited Kin_gntS .. . ... .. . ... . . . .. . .. rn 2 .14:3 Eire . .. . . . . .. .. . . .. ... . . 1.1:ti 6.l Ul l'nion of South Africa . . . . .. . .. . . . . . . . . fU\14L0.:1 : it> Franc e .. . . . . ... . . . . .. . .. .. n 44 Spain .. . ... ... . .. . .. . .. . . :-l!l-! l .fi:-:i 'i'OT . .\l. ... . . . . . . . . . J. .!'il I. 10 ,27 1 :! f i . P:.'2 1 [2 --0 1 .-i l\I1mrcIX A L \VJXE 1'nit e d Kingd,>m .. . ... .. . .. . . . . gal. 1 .:.'00 9.-!:.'I T•Yl'AL .. . .. . . . . . .. g a l . !l.4-21 --l 12-0:2 C'LDER .\:-SD F1m. , rnXT E 1J FRI TJ T ,ft . rci;:,; X.E.:,;. Fnitt,d Kingdont .. . ... ... . . . . . . }.!a l. :{!ll . :.'8ii TOTAL .. . ... . .. . .. l. :m ,1. I :.'H ; i . 11 . 2 0:{. I BEER ANO ALE Vnit. c , L Kingdom ... . . . .. . . .. . . . gal. 6 i >,l!);j 12 s , o:n Cana,l a . .. .. . .. . ... . .. . .. . . 9:{8 l ,!)!)0 Trini :3 Holl an, I ... ... ... . .. . . . . . . .. 78.Hi:i 1,1.2 ,;:,:n -TOT_.\!. ... . . . .. . . . . ga l . l:i2 . i0:3 288 , l Hi

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    S .LT C ot• F ' 6b IM. PORTS C.I.F. 19 54 -~ ----.C . CO:MMODITY O RIGIN ]12-03.2 STO ll' I ' A ND PO RT ER t : !lit , ccl Kingdom ... Trini (la cl ... . .. l >enmark . .. . .. ... ... TOTAL DISTILL Im ALCOHO L IC BEVERMrns 112-04.2 WHI S KY U nit ed Kingdom .. . Cana . cla ... . .. Pn i t.ed State s of America TOT A L 11 2---0-!.:3 GIN Pnit e d Kin g do m ... Denm a rk ... . .. Holl a nd ... ... TOTAL l 12-04 .4 BR ANDY Union o f Snut h Afr icit Fran ct , [12-04.5 BITTlsRS U nit 0r l Ki ngd om Trini(l a d It al y TOTAL TOTAL ... . . . ... ... . . . ... . . . ... ... ... . . . .. . . .. ... . .. . .. ... ... .. . ... . . . ... . .. ... .. . . . . ... ... ... . .. .. . . . . ... ... ... ... . . . . .. 112 04. 9 DISTILLED ALCOHOLIC BEV E RAGE::! N . E.S . COR DI ALS LIQ UEU RS . MIXT U RES AND OTHER P REPARATIONS CoNTA INTNG SrrnrT lln it er l Kin gd om Bermuda Trinid , tcl Denmark France Holl a nd TOT AL . . . . .. . .. . .. .. . . . . . .. ... . . . . . . . . . .. . . .. 12 DIVISION-TOBACCO A ND TOBACCO MANUFACTURES 121 Group-Toba cco Unmanufactured 121---01.1 TOB AC CO lTNMANUFACTL'IU:D-LEAF, UNSTEMMED C,t rnt c fa In di a l'nited St ates of America TOTA L Table 8-(Cont, inued ) I I VALUE rN IT Q UAN TI'l' Y $ B.W.I. . ga l. !07,499 219.564 .. ll.]89 19.757 1 4 3] . . Hi2 :H4 gaJ. 118,854 239,666 gal. 12 , '549 l 10 , !)83 " 724 6, 60(i " 1 8 219 :ra l. 13 , 291 117 , 808 ga l. 7,708 44,5:{3 " 23 14 6 ,, j 3 1 8 1 . 588 ga l. 8,049 4H ,2 67 gaJ . 251 1 , 480 1 , 071 1 8,653 ga l. 1 , 322 20J:{3 ga l. _ii 1:19 :} , 609 I 25 ga l. 402 3,773 ga l. t.!5 7.187 43 1 , 267 377 7 , 8 13 61 761 488 7 , 3 1 2 319 3 , 601 ga l. 1 , 713 27 , 941 lb . 270,000 307 ,6: ~9 22 , 000 9,2 62 2,742 4,527 lb. 294 , 742 321.428

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    fable 8 (Continued) IMPOl{TS C.I.F. -1954 S.I.T.C. COMMO DITY VALUE CODE ORTGI'"C'XIT QUANTITY s KW.I. 122 Group-Tobacco Manufactures l22-0l CIGARS AND CHEROOTS ,lamaic:a ... ... ... ... .. . ... .. . lb. 38 385 Trinidad ... ... ... ... ... . .. ... , . 8 ' 24 Uniterl Stat e s of America ... .. . ... . . " l(j 106 Cuba ... ... ... .. . ... ... ... . . 2 41 I TOTAL ... ... . .. . .. lb. 64 556 122-02 CIGARETTES United King
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    S.J.TJ'. CODE GS IMPORTS CJ .F. rn54 C0:.\11\IODITY 01mnx 2 SECTION-cn.UDI~ l\L\TEHIAL!-i JNfWIBLI~ KXCEPT FrEL:-: 22 DIVISION-OIL SEEDS, OIL NUTS AND OIL KERNELS 221 Group-Oil Seeds, Oil Nuts and Oil Kernels Copg., Dornini,a ... tlnnada ... St. Kitt,,-Xevis St. Lnc-ia ... St. Vineent TOTAL 221-o:{ (a) OTHER Ou. SEED:,. OrL NuTs AND OrL KERNELS C:vprns TOTAL 24 DIVISION-WOOD, LL'MBER AND CORK 241 Group-Fuel Wood and Charcoal 241-01 241-02 Ft EL\YOOil (!X('LFDJ:q: SA\\"Dl'ST) British Guiana Dominirn .. . St. Llllia .. . TOTAL CH.\R('OAL British Guin.na l>uminica .. . St. Lul'ia .. . 'J\)TAL 242 Group-Wood in the Round or Roughly Squared POLES. J'JLIN1:. POSTS AND OTHER \\\)OD I~ THE l{ouNn 1,;x<'El"l' P1TP1wPs Briti,.;Ji Guiana St. Lu,.ia ... ToTAI. 243 Group-Wood Shaped or Simply Worked Lt;2\IBER. SAWN. PLANED. GRoov1-:D. ToxuuE11 F.TC. CuN1F1:R 24:{--0:!. I Doua,As Frn Canada ToTAL (:i I This i11,lndPs k.I.T.t'. Itvrns ~~1-11:-: to ~:cl-ll\l Table 8 (('ontiruu-rl) \'ALFE V;s1T QITA};Tl'l'Y $ lU\'.l. cwt. cwt. cwt. tun ton ton t"il li-,,42.i 3,6U\J 2.4SS 12.,'il-! :t'i.2:i4 21!} :i.:i!J4 l:!li I (i:! i'i,Sk:! 2.u:u ,) :rn1 :U)ffi 2S-!.754 f\t-i.:15;') :3D.4SO Hl-!. I :i7 55:t4:{2 l,l2S, l,S 4.410 4.41(1 ,:-;_:{16 I ,2(i(I 1,62(1 Sl.lW\ 158.040 l:?O l!l.S(iO 17:-;,0:!0 56:?, l 9 I 562,191

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    ( i!J IMPORTS C.I.F. 19;34 S.I.T.C. COMMODITY CODE ORim:-; -243-02.2 PITCH PJNE Bahamas ... ... ... ... . .. ... British Honduras ... ... ... .. . United States of Amerim ... ... .. . Nic-aragua ... ... . .. ... . .. TOTAL ...... ... . .. 243-02.9 OTHER LUMBER, SAWN, PLANED, GmioYED, TONGUED ETC.-CONIFER Canada ... . .. ... ... ... ... TOTAL ... ... ... LUMBER SAWN. PLANED, GROOVED. TONGUED ETC.NON -CONIFER 243-03.1 CARIBBEAN CEDAR St. Luc-ia ... ... .. . ... .. . ... Trinidad ... ... ... ... ... TOTAl, ... ... ... 243-03.2 HARDWOOD British Guiana ... . .. ... ... .. . TOTAL ... ... ... 243-03.3 OTHER LUMBER, SAW'N'. PLANED, GROOYED, TONGUED ETC. NoN-CONTFER British Guia,na British Honduras Dominica Grenacln ... St. Lucia ... St. Vineent Trinidad ... TOTAL 26 DIVISION-TEXTILE FIBRES (not Manufactured into Yarn, Thread or Fabrics) AND WASTE 263 Group-Cotton 263--01 COTTON, RAW Grenada ... TOTAL .. . ... ... .. . ... . .. ... .. . . .. .. . . .. ... Table 8-(Continued) UNIT sup. ft. .. " ,, sup. ft. sup. ft. sup. ft. sup. ft. . , , . sup. ft. sup. ft. sup. ft. I I I I ,;up. ft. I .. .. sup. ft. lb. lb. I QFANTITY :304.695 :m:1.242 801.843 ti81,706 2,093,486 :3,0la , 115 3.013.lLi 8,697 104.619 113,316 172.248 172.248 7.477 137 ;'j()() 61 tl,865 1500 844 19.384 42.374 42.374 VALUE $ B.W.I. 49,768 51,125 189,893 I fiS,545 449,331 6:35,613 63/5,613 2,061 29,203 31.264 48,720 48.720 l,.550 72 72 12 1,42:3 100 208 3.4:37 27,889 27,889

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    70 Table 8 (Contin11cd) IMPORTS C.l.F. Hl54 ---8.I.T.C. COMMODITY VALUE CODE ORIGIN UNIT QUANTITY $ B.W.I. 263-02 (a) OTHER COTTON. NOT MANUFACTURED INTO YARN, T1nmAD OR FABRICS INCLUDING WASTE Uuitoll Kingdom ... . .. ... . .. ... lb. 16,271 5.796 Trinidad ... ... ... ... ... ... . . ll,913 2.976 United States of America, ... . .. . .. ... " 1,067 3H TOTAL ... ... . .. ... lb. 29,251 9.116 264 Group-,Jute 264-0] ,JUTE, I~CLUDTNG JUTE CUTTINGS AND WASTE United Kingdom ... ... . .. ... . .. lb. 2,040 880 TOTAL ... ... . .. . .. lb. 2.040 880 265 Group-Vegetable Fibres other than Cotton and Jute 265-0l (b) V1mETABLE FIBRES OF FLAX, HEMP, RAMIE, SISAL AND MANILLA United Kingdom ... ... ... ... . .. lb. 17 19 Holland ... ... ... ... ... ... . .. '' 5,776 1,683 TOTAL ... ... . .. . .. lb. 5,793 1,702 VEGETABLE TEXTILE FIBRES, N.E.S. AND WASTE OF SUCH FIBRES 265-09.l CocoNUT FIBRE Trinidad ... ... ... . .. . .. . .. lb. 161.234 13,269 United States of America ... ... ... . .. ,. 457 312 TOTAL ... . .. ... . .. lb. 161,691 1:3.581 265-09.9 OTHER VEGETABLE TEXTILE FIBRES AND WAST}$ United Kingdom ... . .. . .. ... . .. lb. 2.107 782 TOTAL ... . .. ... . .. lb. 2,107 782 I I I 266 Group-Synthetic Fibres I 266-01 SYNTHETIC FIBRES IN STAPLE LENGTHS SUITABLE FOR SPINNING AND WASTE Switzerland ... ... ... .. . . .. . .. lb. 20.()19 !),981 i TOTAL ... ... . .. . .. lb. 20.019 9.981 267 Group-Waste Materials .. 267-01 WAsn: MATERIALS FROM TEXTILE FABRICS INCLUDING RAGS United Kingdom ... . .. ... . .. . .. lb. 336 99 TOTAL ... ... ... . .. lb. 336 99 (a) ThiH i11c-ludes 8 T C items 36::-03 to 36c:-04. (h) This ineln,les 8 T (' Items 3!i.,-(I] to ~(ifi-n;-;

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    S.I.T.C. CODE 71 IMPORTS C.I.F . 1954 COl\'L.vlO DITY ORIGIN 27 DIVISION-CRUDE FERTILIZERS AND CRUDE MINERALS, EXCLUDING COAL, PETROLEUM AND PRECIOUS STONES 272 Group-Crude Minerals, excluding Coal, Petroleum, Fertilizer materials and Precious Stones 272-02 272 -05. l (a) SAND . GRAVEL, CLAY AND CRUSHED STONE, INCLU DING TARRED MACADA)l l'nit e d Kingdom British Guiana Dominica . . . Trinidad . . . United States of America TOTAL SALT, COARSE AND RocK United Kingdom Anguilla ... TOTAL 272-0,J.2 SALT, Fern Cn.ited Kingdom Holland T OTAL 272-05. 3 SALT , TABLE 272-06 United Kingdom Canad a SULPHUR Unit e d Kint!dom TOTAL TOTAL ::!',2-07 (b) OTHER C.: mmE l\Ir:-:1mA L S Excr.i:1>1xc ; C o AL . PETROLEUM FERTILIZ E It ] \l.a\. TE HJALS AXD PIU-:C J () l" S ~TO); ES cs. E.:-. l ' nit i: d Kin2:d .. m Hnlland ' Ttaly TOTAL (a) Includ es SIT C It e m s 272-02 to 272-0-t. (b) Includes SITC It e m s 272 07 to 272-19. cwt. cwt. cwt. cwt. cwt. cwt . ('\\ t. Table 8 (Continned) I I Q u xsTIT Y 50 1.mm 1 . 7 : rn -1-1.069 70;{ 41,772 46 6 52 ----500 4 21 VALUE S B.W.I. 2 ,6 96 216 20 624 7,140 10 .696 192 1, 860 2 . 0:52 107,064 1,589 108,653 7iH 276 1,027 53 53 8 11 -----8,745

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    7'2 IMPORTS C.I.F. 1954 Table 8-(Conti nued ) S . I.T.C. COMMODITY VALUE CODE ORIG IN UNIT QUANTITY $ B.W.I. 29 DIVISION-ANIMAL AND VEGETABLE CRUDE MATERIALS, INEDIBLE, N.E.S. 292 Group-Crude Vegetable Materials, Inedible, n.e.s. 29202 NATU RA L GUMS, RESINS AND BALSAM United Kingdom ... ... . .. ... ... lb. 28,051 2,170 AnizloEgyptian Sud an ... . .. . .. . .. .. ,, 1,104 380 British West Africa .. ... . .. ... . .. ,, 448 155 India .. . .. . ... . .. . .. ... .. . " 35 5 1 Pnited States of America . . . . .. . .. .. . " 43 465 7 . 742 Abyssinia ... ... .. . . . . .. ... ... " llS 68 France ... . .. .. . ... . . . ... ... " 672 1 56 Iran ... .. . .. . . . . . . . . .. .. . " 5 8 Portugal ... ... ... . .. ... . . .. . ,, 1,568 133 Sudan .. ... .. . . . . ... . . . ... " 2,170 644 TOTAL ... . .. ... . .. lb. 77,636 11,507 292-03 VEGETABLE MATERIALS FOR PLAITING (E.G. FOR BA S KETS , PLAITED Ruas), INCLUDING BAMBOO United Kingdom .. . . . . . .. . .. ... lb. 1 , 487 1,695 Dominica .. . . . . . .. . .. ... . .. " 130 109 Hong Kong . .. .. . ... . .. . .. . .. ,, 6,376 7 ,478 Jamaica ... ... . .. ... . .. .. . " 130 117 TOTAL ... ... . .. .. . lb. 8,123 9,399 292-04 (a) PLANTS, SEEDS, FLOWE RS AND PARTS OF PLANTS , N . E.S. I United Kingdom ... . .. .. . . .. . .. 1,673 St. Lucia .. . ... . .. ... ... . . . . .. 1,650 Trinidad ... ... ... ... .. . . . . 96 United States of America . .. .. . ... .. . 12 , 050 Be l gium ... . .. . .. .. . . .. . . . 595 Hawn.ii .. . .. . ... ... ... . .. 674 Venezue la ... . .. . . . ... ... . .. 40 TO TAL ... ... ... ... 16 , 778 292-07 CuT FLOWERS AND FOLIAG E Canada ... ... . .. . . . .. . .. . 549 Un i ted States of America . .. ... ... . . . 5 7 Holland . . . ... . . . ... . . . ... . .. 768 TOTAL ... . .. ... . .. 1 , 374 292-09 VEG ETABLE SAPS, ,JUICE S AND EXTRACTS, N.E.S. (EX CEPT DYEING AND TANNIN G EXTRACTS ) AND VEGE'rABLE MATERIA LS INCL UDING PE C TIN, ALGAE AND KA POK . N.E.S. Indi a . . . . . . . . . ... . .. . . . lb . l , 016 152 Tort~Jla .. . . . . . .. . . . . .. . .. ,, 1,100 172 Haiti ... .. . ... . .. .. . . .. " 2,:100 298 TOTAL . .. ... .. . . .. lb. 4.416 622 (a) ln t huh• s RITC Items 292-0 4 to 292 06.

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    S .I.T.C. CODE 7 3 DIFORTS C.J. F. Hl54 COl\nIODlTY ORIGIX 3 SECTION-1\UK.ERAL FUELS, LUBRICANT8 AND RELATED MATERIALS 31 DIVISION-MINERAL FUELS, LUBRICANTS AND RELATED MATERIALS 311 Group-Coal, Coke and Briquettes 311--01 (a) CoAL , COKE AND BRIQFE1'TES OF COAL. LIGXITE, ETC. United Kingdom ... ... . .. . .. United St a tes of America .. . . . . . .. TOTAL 312-Group-Petroleum, Crude and Partly Refined for further Refining (including Natural Gasoline) 312--01 PETROL EUM. CRUDlc Ven ezue la TOTAL 313 Group-Petroleum Products i\IOTOl{ SPIRIT I1"C LUDE\1: GASOLiNE A?(ll BLJ , ND J NG AGE~'l'S 313-01. L AVIATIO:S f,p[l{IT Tri1Li<'1HI TOTAL !H3-0l.B OTH ER J\foTOR SPIR IT A:'< l) BLEXDI KG Un it e d Kin g dom . . . . . . Cana d a .. . . . . . . . Trinirlad . .. ... . .. TOTAL LAMP Ou , AND \VHITE SP11UT 3 1:{--02. I POWER KEROSENE Trinid ad TOTAL OTHER K 1 mus1,;); ~ :. I LLl:i\llKATING 01L,; Trinid ,t d ... ... . .. Dut r h \r t•~ t fodie,-; . . . .. . Trinidad Ven ez u <' ln TOTAL TOTAL Table 8 (Contini1ed) VALUE CNtT Q e A:--TITY $ B.W.I. ton ton ton ton gat. ga l. ga l. gal. gal. g a l. ton t.011 1.3 1 , 119 1,134 1,532 48,921 50,453 345,162 345,162 1----1 ---111 8 6 : J . :!i:
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    7.J Table 8 (Continued) IMPORTS C.I.F. 1954 S.I.T.C. VALUE CODE COMMODITY UNIT QUANTITY $ B.W.I. ORIGIN 313-04-1 LUBRICATING OILS United Kingdom ... ... ... . .. ... gal. 79,047 87,404 Trinidad ... ... ... ... . .. ... 1,378 822 United States of America ... ... ... ... . , 69,836 93,918 ,. TOTAL ... ... . .. ... 150,261 182,144 gal. 313-04.2 LUBRICATING GREASES United Kingdom ... ... ... ... . .. lb. 20,753 4,107 Trinidad ... ... ... ... ... . .. " 145,755 8,608 United States of America ... ... ... ... " 47,818 9,132 TOTAL ... ... . .. ... lb. 214,326 21,847 313-05 MINERAL JELLY AND WAXES (INCLUDING PETROLATUM) Canada ... ... ... ... ... . .. ... lb. 90 67 United States of America ... ... ... . .. " 89,200 14,206 TOTAL ... ... ... . .. lb. 89,290 14,273 PITCH, RESIN, PETROLEUM, ASPHALT, COKE OF PETRO LEUM AND OTHER BY-PRODUCTS OF COAL, LIGNITE, PETROLEUM AND OIL SHALE INCLUDING MIXTURES WITH ASPHALT, N.E.S. NOT CHEMICALS 313-09.l ROAD OIL United Kingdom ... ... ... ... . .. ton 11 1,918 Trinidad ... ... ... ... . .. ... . .. " 2,169 127,542 Dutch Guiana ... ... ... ... . .. . .. ,, 1 129 Holland ... ... ... . .. . .. ... . .. ,, 1 215 TOTAL ... ... ... . .. ton 2,182 129,804 :n3-09.2 ALL OTHER BY-PRODUCTS OF PETROLEUM United Kingdom ... ... ... ... . .. . .. . .. I 6,061 Canada ... ... ... ... ... ... ... . .. . .. 75 Trinidad ... ... ... ... ... . .. ... . .. . .. 5,335 United States of America ... ... . .. ... ... . .. 815 TOTAL ... ... ... ... ... . .. I 12,286

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    IMPORT S C . l.F. -1954 -----~ ~,--• S .I . T .C . CODE 4 41 411 412 COMMOD ITY ORIGIN SEC TIO N AN I MAL AND VEGE T A BLE OILS AND FATS DIVISION-ANI MA L A ND V EGETABLE OILS ( N OT ES S E N TIAL OIL S ), FATS , GRE A SE S AND DERIVATIVE S Group-Animal Oil s a nd Fa ts 4 11-01 OILS F ROM Furn A~D SlARINE ANnl ALS U ni ted K i nw l om ... ... Domin i ca , ... ... .. . . .. St. V in cent . . . . .. . .. U n ited States of America ... X o r way ... . . . . . . . .. TOT Ai , ... Gr o up-Vegetable Oil s 4 1 201 LINSEED OIL, R A W Uni ted K i ngdom ... . . . C a n ada ... ... . .. .. . I nd i a ... ... ... .. . U n ited States of A m e ri c a , .. . Argentine ... . . . . .. H o ll a n d ... . .. ... . . . T O T AL . . . 412 -02 (a) OIL FRO M SOYA BEANS CO TTO N SEE D ' 4 1 2 -07 4 1 2 -ll OLIV ES AND PALMS Uni ted Kingdom ... Pnit ed States of A merica Fr ance . . . ... I srael .. . ... It a l\ . .. ... Po r t u ga l . . . .. . Spa i n ... ... TO T AL Coc oNFT (CoPRA) OIL D ominica Gr enada St . Lucia T OTAL CAS T OR O I L United Kingdo m In dia T O TAL .. . ... . .. . . . . .. ... . . . .. . . .. . .. . . . . . . . . . . .. ... ... . .. . . . . . . . .. .. . ... . .. . . . .. . . .. . .. .. . .. . . .. . .. . . . ... . .. GROUND N uT . . . . .. . .. .. . . . . . . . ... . .. . . . ... . . . ... . .. . .. ... . . . 413 Group-Oils and Fats processed, and Waxe s of Anim a l or V egetable Origin 4 1 3-0 1 OI LS O XID I SED , BLOWN OR BOI L I W Unit , ed Kingdo m I ndia TOT AL (a) Includes SIT C Ite m s 4 1 2 0 2 t o 412-06 . ... .. . ... . .. . .. . .. .. . . .. . .. . .. . . . . . . . .. . .. . .. . .. . .. . . . .. . . . . . . . UN I T . . . . . . . .. . . . ... . . . g al. ,, " " " " ga l. gal. ,, ,, ,, ., ., ga . J. g a l. gal. ga l. ga l. l b . l b. T a ble 8Co nt inue d . I --~---QUANTITY . .. . .. .. . .. . ... . . . 8,9 4 3 4 , 86 0 300 1. 080 906 872 1 6.96 1 :3 48 1,101 180 (-;60 I 80 9fi 2 . \68 :L!i57 l 3Ji80 1 4 1 ,019 ---158 . l :'>6 1 . 520 I 3 , 883 5. 4 03 6,44 1 226 6,66 7 I I VALU E 8 B.W.I. 26 , 189 60 1 , 19 7 70 79 27,595 14,527 7.842 607 1 .. 58 8 1 , 5 74 1 . 385 27.52 3 28 230 5 , 640 1 , 027 4 , 2 11 48 9 437 1 2 , 062 6,739 24,662 289,937 321. 338 4. 19 2 10 , 9 9 1 1 5 .183 1 ,340 6 3 1,403

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    7G Table 8-(Continued) IMPORTS C.I.F. 1954 ------------------------------------. -----------S.I.T.C. ' ' VALUE CODE COMMODITY ORIGIN lTNIT ; QUANTITY I $ B.W.I. 413-02 (a) HYDROGENATED OILS AND FATS. FATTY Acrns, AND SOLID RESIDUES FROM TREATMENT OF OILS AND FATS United Kingdom lb. 4J:3-04 Australia British Guiana St. Lucia Trinidad United States of America Denmark Germany (Western) Holland Norway TOTAL W AXlcS OF ANIMAL OR VEGETABLE ORIGIN Unite(l Kingrlorn Dominica TOTAL (a) Includes SITC Items 413-02 and 413-03. lb. ! i I I 134,135 27,817 795 146 55.753 4.823 19.300 2,081 103,274 20,449 556,791 93,889 55,000 12,904 495,000 I 79.908 43,490 11,360 1,870,706 I 439.016 3,334,244 692.39:l 93 60 153

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    77 IMPORTS C.l.F. -1954 s .J. T. C. COMM ODITY CODE 5 51 511 12 ORIGIN SECTION-CHE1V11CAL8 DIVISION-CHEMICAL ELEMENTS AND COMPOUNDS ( a ) Group-Inorganic Chemicals 511-01. l 8UL PHUR IC Acrn l1 nitecl Kingdom . . . .. . . . . C nited 8tates of America .. . ... Ger m a n y (Western) ... ... . .. TOTAL ... . .. 5 11-01.U (a) OTHER I NORG AXI C CHEM I CALS l'nited Kin g dom ... ... ... Cana da . . . ... . .. ... Triniclad .. . ... . . . . .. Unite d States of America ... ... D e nmark ... ... ... ... Dutch W est Indie s ... ... ... Ger ma.n _v (Western) ... . .. ... TOTAL ... .. . (b) Group-Organic Chemicals 'i l 01 ] ( 1 L YCERIN E enited Kin g dom H o lland TOTAL f,12-01. 2 TUR PEX TINE l ' nited Kin i,! dorn Trinidad United St a t e s of Am er ica S w ede n lT .S. S. R . TOTA L .'il2-0l . :3 SA CCHARINE U nited Kingdom TOTAL (;i) lt <" lll ~, 11 -0 1 i11(")11,l l'~ S]']'(' it C lll S :ill-OJ to ;'j ] 1IJ[). (h) lt, :il~-1 1 1 i 11,l11d es SlTC It ems :,l:? 01 to ,, l~-ll fl . . .. . .. . . . . .. ... . .. . .. ... ... ... .. . ... . .. .. . ... .. . . .. . .. . .. . .. . .. . .. . . . . .. Table 8Conti nutd. . ----------UNIT lb . ,, ,, lb. lb . lb . lb . g:a l. lb . ga l. lb. f!.t l. lb. ga l. lb. ga.J. lb. ga l. lb . lb. QUANTITY 21:3 , 712 40 200 213,952 ----1,700 HS 2. l4S S,7:W 1 ,2 47 1 , 540 220 20.4(i8 2.924 :L3l\O 4SO 9:{I 1:t3 :3:,.028 !i.004 20 20 ... ----VALUE $ B.W . I. 20,432 17 46 20 , 495 94,823 5 , 892 41 , 408 12 , 756 2,030 4] I , 97!5 158,925 1,283 arm 1 .6 :36 7:2 599 599

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    I M P OR T S C .1.F . 1954 S. I. T.C. CODE C O MM ODITY OR C GIN ;"i l t O l .4 CA L CIOM CARBIDE U nite d Ki ngd om . .. ... . . . Cana d a ... . .. ... .. . .. . Ge r ma n y ( W este rn) ... .. . . . . ... T OTAL .. . . .. .. . 5 1 2 0 1. !J OTH ER ORGANIC C H 1':MICALS U nite d Ki ngd om . . . .. . . . . . .. Canada ... . . . . .. . .. .. . H ong K o n g ... ... .. . . .. . . . Tri n id ad . .. . . . . .. ... . . . United St.ates of A m e r ica . . . ... .. . B e l g ium ... ... . . . . .. . . . C hi na .. . . .. .. . ... . .. C z ec hosk , va, ki a ... ... .. . ... . .. G erma n y (W estB rn ) .. . ... ... . . . H o ll , m d . .. . .. . .. . . . . .. TOTAL . . . . .. .. . 52 DIVISION-MINERAL TAR AND CRUDE CHEMIC A LS 521 FRO M COAL, PETROLEUM AND NATURAL G A S Group-Min era l T a r and Crude Chemicals from Coal Pet ro leum and Natu r al Ga s 5 210L (a) M IN ER AL TA R AN D C RU DE C HE MIC A L S F RO M COA L, PETROLEUM AN D NAT U RAL GAS U ni te d Ki ngd om .. . T0 1 'AL 53 DIVISION-DYEING, T A NNING A ND COLOURING MATERIALS 532 Group-Dyein g and Tannin g Extracts a nd Synthetic Tanning M a teri a ls ; i:~ 201 (b) D YE IN (: A XD TA NN IN C: EX TR ACT S AND S YN TH ETIC TANNINU !\IAT E HI AL S Unit e d Kin wl om T OTA L 53 3 Gr o up-Pigm e nt s, Paint s, Var ni s h es a n d R e l a ted Mat e rial s On i ted K in gdom .. . .. . . . . . . . B e l giu m ... ... .. . . . . ... Gen n a n y ( \V est e rn) . . . . .. . . . ... Ho llam l ... .. . .. . . . . .. . TOTAL .. . . .. . .. --~ ( a ) I ncludes S IT C It ems 52 1-01 and 521-02. (b) In clu d es S IT C It ems 53 2 -01 to 53 20 3. . .. . . . .. . . . . . .. . . . ... . .. . . . . .. .. . .. . ... . .. . .. ... . .. . . . I . . . . .. U NIT lb . .. .. l h. ll .J. l b. Table 8 (Continued ) V A LUE QU A NTIT Y $ B . W.I . 6, 290 1. 296 12 ,667 1 ,69 6 l. 980 295 20 , 9:37 3 , 287 16, 025 2 35 288 8. 3!l 0 1 , 26 1 2:~3 526 1 ,372 645 807 29.782 63.093 3.,586 :l , f>86 7 ,4f>.J. -fi.fi2,i 1.00 !"1 :il!"> L 9 7 ---7.:342 -----

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    79 DIPOHT S C.I.F. --l!);)-1 ----------------S.I.T.C. CoDJ ,: COMMODITY ORJG[C\ 5:33-01. 2 WHIT~ ; L1,:AD Cnite,l Kingdom Hollan rl ToTAL :>33-01 .3 DI STEMPERS. DRY OR NOT Un ite,! Kingrlnm Ca n,11la 53:3-02 PRl'.',TER!,' bm Cn..iterl King r lom Unite d St ates nf Ameril'a Ge rmany (West e rn) TnT.-\L P REPARE D P.-\.IXT:.; . E:-. . UIELS. LACQTERS. YAR'.',[:';HES. ARTISTS. Cor,ouR s. SrccATtVEs (P , \t!'."T DRIERS) AND MA STICS 5:33-0:3.1 WooD PRESERVATIVES U nit ed Kin gdom Trinidad 5:33-0:3.2 PAINT S A.'."fD EN . HlELS United Kingdom Ca .na,la Trini,lad TOTAL Gnitrrl :-;tates of America Holland TOTAL ii:\:\-0:\. :{ \ "A!le\lS Hl "S ,\XD L . -\ClJl'.E R'i l' nite d Kingdom Ca nada l ~ nitC'd :-;tat.Ps of America Hollarn I Swc1len TnTAL II, . lb. lb . Iii. lb . 11 , . lb. lb. . ~a L Table 8-( ' 011/i/l.u P d. YAL U I , (Jn :--:T L TY $ B.W.I. S .-1IH 2 .2-H I tn.ti;'j!) 7 JH:i'i '2.727 -19H :W , 022 1 .:397 __ _ __ ! _____ _ l7 .W-i2 2S :?:3~ 1, .:rn, ii l.40S :? . SI I :m.41!1 6.l.i7S 146 3-1-7 7 .1 i I l t.s:,2 :?,"i:{ ----;i+.:? I!) -----7:3;;_21 :1 :ml .7\JS l:3t,.Hi-lS4.0SH -1, -,. 02 , i :?0.l 10 2. 101 l.-1-1() 1;-, . Hill 4.77S ~-!):\:\ .-ti:l 44:? LS:? ---:Lo :{.i l4 . li ,i9 ns 1, !i . 1:?2 -+ :m til ~..,. ,)I I ,i-121:1

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    80 I M P O R TS C . I. F. 195 4 S .I .T.C . COMM ODIT Y CODE ORIGIN 533-03. 4 .ALL OTH ER PR EPARE D P AI NTS, EN A M ELS, LACQU ERS, 54 541 55 551 VA RNISH ES, AR TISTS' CO L OU R S, SIC CA TI VES (PAINT D RIE R S) A~D MAST I CS Uni ted K in g dom . . . .. . ... . .. Ca n a d a ... . .. ... .. . .. . . . . Bah amas . .. ... .. . ... . .. ... Unit ed State s of Am e ri ca ... ... ... H o ll a n d . .. .. . .. . .. . ... .. . Sweden . .. .. . .. . ... .. . ... TOTAL ... .. . . .. DIVISION-MEDICI N AL AND PH A RMACEUTIC A L PRODU C T S Group-( a )-Medicin a l and Pharmaceutical Products U n i ted K i ng dom . . . . . . ... . . . Ca n ada . . . .. . . .. . .. . . . .. . A u stralia . . . ... ... . . . .. . . . . Berm u da .. . . .. .. . . .. ... . .. Briti sh Gu i ann . . . .. . ... . . . ... Briti sh M a l a ya .. . . .. ... ... ... C ey l on . .. .. . ... . .. . .. ... I nd i a .. . .. . ... . . . . . . ... T r i11i clad .. . ... . .. .. . . .. ... U ni o n of So u t h Africa . .. . .. . .. . .. U n ited States of A mer i ca ... . . . .. . B e l gium ... . . . . .. . .. . . . .. . Br az il ... ... . .. ... . . . .. . C h i l e .. . . .. .. . . . . .. . . . . C h ina . .. .. . ... . . . ... . . . F ra n ce .. . . . . . .. .. . . .. . .. G e r manv . .. .. . .. . . . . . . . .. . Holl am i .. . ... .. . . .. . .. ... Iran ... ... . . . . .. . . . ... It. a l v ... . .. .. . .. . .. . ... Spai n . . . ... . .. . . . ... .. . Switzerlanrl .. . .. . .. . . . . . .. T OTAL . .. . .. ... DIVISION-ESSENTIAL OILS A ND PERFUME MATERIALS: TOILET, POLISHING AND CLEANING PREPARATIONS Group (b )-Esse n tial Oils, Perfume and Fla v our Mat e rial s U ni ted King d o m . . . . . . C a n aclit . . . .. . ... .. . Aus tral i a . . . ... .. . . .. B e r muda ... .. . ... .. . D ominica . . . .. . . .. .. . H ong Ko n g ... . . . . . . St . L u cia .. . .. . . .. .. . Tri n i dad . .. ... . .. ... Un ited States of A mer i ca . . . Holl and ... .. . . .. ... T OTAL ... (a) In cludes SITC It ems 541 01 to 5 41-J:1. (b) In cludes sr:rc Items 551-01 arict 5 51-02 . . . . . .. . .. . .. . .. ... .. . . .. ... ... . . . . .. .. . . .. . .. . . . . .. . .. . . . . . . ... .. . .. . ... . .. . .. .. . ... . . . . .. . .. . .. . .. . . . .. . . . . . .. . .. .. . . .. ... ... .. . ... . . . . .. . .. . .. . . . . .. . .. .. . . . . . . . .. . . .. . .. . .. ... ... ... . . . . .. Table 8 ( Continued) VALUE UNIT QUAN TIT Y $ B.W. I. . . . . .. 23 , 298 . .. . .. 1 , 378 . .. . . . 164 ... .. . 160 . .. .. . 167 . .. . .. 1 4 .. . . .. 25, 1 8 1 . .. . .. 62 3 ,8 34 . .. . .. 2 7 , 1 67 . .. . . . 3 , 462 . . . . .. 447 ... . .. 53,0 6 5 .. . . .. 111 . . . . .. 15 . . . . . . 49 4 . .. ... 1 2.482 . .. . .. 1 7 .. . . .. 25,3 43 . .. . .. 3 0 .. . . . . 16 . . . . .. 6 3 . .. .. . 160 . .. . .. l.o7 3 . .. . .. 47 0 . .. . .. 1 7 . .. . .. 49 . .. . . . 7 23 . . . . . . 46 . .. . .. 1,08:! . .. . .. 7 50, 167 ... .. . 2 7 , 610 ... . .. 5 8 ... . .. 25 ... .. . 40 . . . . . . 23 1 . . . . . . 1 53 . .. . .. 326 . .. .. . 1 2 6 . .. . .. 4 8 2 . .. . .. 49 3 . .. . . . 29 , 54 4

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    81 Table 8 (Continued) IMPORTS C.I.F. 1954 S.I.T.C. COMMODITY V ALUE CODE ORI G I~ UNIT QUANTITY $ B.W .I. 552 Group-Perfumery, Cosmetics, Soap and Cleansing and Poli shing Preparations 552--01.1 BAY RuM AND SIMlLAR PREPARATIONS Unit e d Kingdom ... ... .. . .. . ... .. . ... 10,019 Citnacb ... ... .. . ... ... ... . .. .. . ... 163 British Guiana, ... ". ... ... ... ... .. . .. . 25,208 . Jamai ca ... ... . .. ... .. . ... ... .. . ... 4,258 St. Lu cia ... ... .. . .. . . .. ... ... .. . ... 70 Pnit e( l Stat es of America, ... ... ... ... . . . .. . 410 Fran ce ... ... ... ... ... ... ... .. . ... 492 Germany (\Vestern) ... ... ... ... .. . . . . ... 6 , 418 TOTAL ... . .. . .. .. . ... .. . 47 , 038 552-0 1.9 OTHE R PERFUMERY, Cos111ETrcs, DE:S-TRIFICES, TOILET PREP ARATIONS, E XCEPT SOAPS United Kingdom ... ... ... .. . ... . .. ... 195,655 Canada, ... ... ... ... ... .. . . .. . .. ... 7,753 British Guiana ... ... .. . ... .. . ... . .. ... 540 Indi a .. . ... ... . .. ... ... ... . . . . .. 13 5 J:imai ca . .. ... ... ... ... .. . .. . . .. . .. 15,846 Union of South Africa ... ... . .. .. . ... .. . . .. 275 l:nited States of America ... ... .. . ... ... . . . 7,107 Franc e ... .. . ... .. . ... .. . . .. . .. . .. 6 , 998 Germany (W es tern) ... ... . . . . .. ... ... ... 1 , 598 Swed e n ... ... ... ... ... . .. .. . . .. . .. 278 ----TOTAL ... .. . . .. ... . .. . .. 236.185 --------SOAPS A)
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    82 B1PORTS C.I . F. -l!HS4 S.I.T.C . COMMODITY CODE 56 561 OmGIN :>:):!-02 . ;i CLEA~snw PHEl'ARATIONS CONT AINlN(: SOAP l'ni tecl Kinl,!c1om ... ... ... . .. .. . Canada ... ... ... .. . . .. ... Cnit<',l Stat<'s of ,\rn( ril'a ... ... ... . .. TOTAL ... ... ... . . . . .'i22-0:!.H ('L1 , ;A '.\'SIM: PREl'ARA'flONS WITHOUT SOAP ( DETERGE N T S ) l 'nit.< REPARATIO:\'S Fcm POLISHING AND PRESERVING LEATHER , \V oon. .VlETAL, GLASS OR OTHER 'i\lATElUALS l ' nited Kingdom ... ... ... . .. . .. Cana.d i t ... ... ... ... . .. . .. Trinichul . .. ... ... ... ... . .. Unite,l States of America ... ... ... ... Oennany (Western) ... ... ... . .. . .. 8we,lt'n ... ... . .. ... ... . .. TOTAL ... ... . . . . .. DIVISION-FERTILIZERS, MANUFACTURED Group-Fertilizers, Manufactured (jfi]-01 Ml-02 X1TROGJ,Nl>l1S FERTILIZERS AND NITROGENOUS F1mTILlZER l\iIATlsRlALS (0'fHER THAN NATURAL N.E.S . ) AMMONll~M SULPHATE l"nit c d Kingdom ... .. . ... ... . .. TOTAL .. . ... . .. . .. PnosPHATIC FERTILIZEllS ANll PHOSPHATlC FERTILIZER I '.\ fATEHL\LS OTHER TH . \-:S ".\J'ATURAL IKCLl'DJKG ) , SUPERl'HOSPHATES AKD BASIC 8LA<, NITPERPHOSPHATES Holland PnTAS<.;IC: FERTIL IZERS A::SD PoTASSIC 'FERTILIZER )IATE l{JALS . EXCEPT CRl'DE POTASH SALTS l\'h T RL\'l'E OF POTASH Franc e (-}errnany (\Vestern) Holl and. l'NIT lb . " .. lh. lb. .. ., lb . ton to11 ton ton toll ton Table 8-Conti ,w e d. VALU}~ QU . \N1'TTY $ B.W . I. 86:"S l(i(i U,o72 2 , !23 :i.404 825 l:L3-1 l :UH 2HJ.0:3fi 66.845 48 17 80H 224 2UL8H3 t\7 , 086 41:\ . 808 ;{JiOO 155 ] .44-1 24 77 i'i2 , 108 D.407 I .028 , 400 9.407 1.028 , 400 ----3.613 --------4fi;i 4.!lil !05 i>.:>41 -14.717 4iH.58fi 10.:330 50fi,633

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    8 . ., . ) Table 8 (('011tiu11 r d) BlPORTS C.l.F . 1 % 4 I I : :U.T. C. ( 'O}DlODTTY ' \ 'A Ll ' E Cmrn O ,um :-l' ::-. JT {.! . FA ;<;TI TY s H.W.I. ;,(i 1 -0!) F1 RTJLIZERS. N . E . k. I NC Ll.'llI?s91--l>l. I L•UDED CARTRIDC : ES l 1 11ited J{ingdom ... .. . .. . . .. .. . ... ... 1 . 04:{ C'ana"rAL . .. ... . .. ... l b . 26 .3 ,4 12 .m 6 Ml . 1 -01.4 0THlsH Ex p1,ns1v 1 s Vrnncc ... .. . .. . ... ... ... . .. 1: v; ( :,-rma n , ( " , sr<:'rn) .. . ... . .. .. . ... :{:{ TOTAL . .. ... ... .. . Hi8 :.9 1 -(> 2 F1sEs. PRD1EHS .\" I) D ET< >'TECll:\l CA L ARTICLES l 'nited Kin)!d, , rn .. . .. . ... ... ... 2 , 754 (; {:' J'Jllall~('\\' !' ~tern) ... ... ... ... .. . 2.4ii0 --T,r L.\ L ... ... ... .. . :'i.204 ---------599 Group-Miscellaneous Chemical Materials and Products ,59!.l-01 SY NT HET lC PL AST lC :VIAT tR L\ LS 1:S BL OC KS. 8H1s1cTS. Rons. TFHES . Po,n)EH _.\);l) nTH El{ P RIMARY F<>H;\IS (1 nit Pd Ki n gc !,nn ... ... . .. .. . ... 20 . 074 Canada .. . ... . .. ... .. . .. . -I nn Hong Kong .. . ... . .. .. . .. . .. . :2:{~ l' nited St at es nf America ... ... ... .. . I H25 C: c nnany ( "' p,;te rn ) ... .. . ... .. . .. . 4fi l snw l ... ... .. . ... ... . .. :mo ToT . .\L ... .. . .. . .. . , 2:2.iilO

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    84 Table 8 ( Continued) IMPORT S C.I.F. 1954 S.I.T.C. COMMODITY VALUE CODE ORIGIN UNIT QUANTITY $ B.W.I. 599 -0 2 I NSECTICIDES , FUNGICIDES, DISINFECTANTS INCL U DIN G SHEEP A:ND CATT LE DRESSINGS AND SIMILAR PREPARATIONS Pnited Kingdom .. . ... ... ... .. . 141 ,550 Ca , nad,L ... . .. ... . .. ... ... 1 ,307 Br iti sh Guiana ... ... . .. ... ... ... 20 Indi,t ... ... ... ... . . . ... . .. 48 Trinid,tc l ... . .. . .. ... ... .. . 205 l:'nion of South Africa . .. ... ... ... .. . 1 8 l"nitccl States of Ameri ca ... . . . ... ... H , :JS8 France .. . ... ... . . . . .. .. . ... 2 , :H6 Germany (Western) . .. . . . ... ... ... 2 . u9 l TOTAL I ... ... ... . .. L56 ,,>-l:3 599-03.1 STARCHES, STARCHY SUBSTANCES, GLUTEN AND GLUTEN FLOUR St. Vincent ... ... . .. . .. ... . .. lb. 21,Irn 2,245 Holland ... ... . . . . .. . .. ... .. . , . 6.\lfi2 l,l!H TOTAL ... . .. ... . .. lb . 28,068 3,436 599-03.2 (a) OTHER CHEMICAL MATERIALS AND PRODUCTS United Kin gdo m ... . .. ... ... ... . .. . .. 29,536 Canada ... ... ... ... ... . .. . .. . .. . .. 231 New Zealand . .. ... ... ... ... .. . . .. . .. 111 Trinidad ... ... ... . .. ... ... ... .. . . .. 266 Unite d States of Am er ic a ... ... ... . . . . .. . .. 18,020 Germany (Western) .. . ... . .. ... . . . . . . . .. 60 TOTAL .. . . .. . .. ... . .. ... 48,224 (a) Inclu des SJTC Items 59!l-03 1 o 599 0!)

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    85 Table 8-Continited. IMPORTS C.I.F. -1954 S.I.T.C. COMMODITY VALUE CODE ORIGIX UNIT QUANTITY $ B.W.I. 6 SECTION-MANUFACTURED GOODS CLASSIFIED CHIEFLY BY MATERIAL 61 DIVISION-LEATHER, LEATHER MANUFACTURES, N.E.S. AND DRESSED FURS 611 Group-Leather 611-01 LEATHER United Kingdom ... ... ... ... . .. lb. 16,712 17,634 Canada ... ... ... ... ... . .. " 293 787 Jamaica ... ... ... ... ... . .. . .. " 28,783 23,592 United States of America ... ... ... ... " 1,200 3,728 Mexico ... ... ... ... ... ... . .. ,, 624 3,161 TOTAL ... ... ... ... lb. 46,612 48,!}02 612 Group-Manufactures of Leather and Artificial or reconstituted Leather, N.E.S. (not including Footwear and Clothing) 612-01.1 (a) MACHINE LEATHER, BELTING AND OTHER ARTICLES OF LEATHER FOR USE IN MACHINERY United Kingdom ... ... . .. ... . .. . .. 8,639 TOTAL ... ... ... ... . .. . .. 8,639 612-01.2 SADDLERY AND HARNESS MAKERS Goons United Kingdom ... ... ... ... . .. . .. . .. 4.105 Trinidad ... ... ... . .. ... ... . .. . .. . .. 34 TOTAL ... ... ... . .. . .. . .. 4,139 612-01.3 MANUFACTURE OF LEATHER N.E.S. United Kingdom ... ... ... . .. . .. . .. . .. 4,872 Canada ... ... ... . .. ... . .. ... . .. . .. 53 Hong Kong ... . .. ... . .. . .. ... . .. .. . 117 India ... . .. ... ... ... . .. . .. . .. . .. 9 Jamaica ... ... ... . .. ... . .. ... . .. .. . 464 TOTAL ... ... . .. ... . .. . .. 5,515 62 DIVISION-RUBBER MANUFACTURES, N.E.S. .. 621 Group-Rubber Fabricated Materials 621-01 PASTES, PLATES. SHEETS, Rons, THREADS AXD TUBES OF RUBBER United Kingdom ... ... ... . .. . .. . .. . .. 8.708 United States of America ... . .. . .. ' 141 . .. ... . .. Czecho-Slovakia ... ... ... . .. . .. . .. ... . .. 61 Germany (Western) ... ... ... . .. . .. ... . .. 1,036 TOTAL ... . .. . .. . .. . .. . .. 9,946 (a) Includes SITC Items 612--01 1.o 612-0G.

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    80 Il\IPORTS C .l.F. L!)ii+ S.I.T.C. ConE C OM l\IOD ITY 0R CGIN 629 Group-Rubber Manufactured Articles, N.E.S. Rnrntm TY R ~: s AXD TFBES FOR \ 'm-ncu:s AKO AIRCRAFT 629-0 l. 0l'TER CAsrnns FOR Y loT< rn C.rns Unit,ed Kingdom C.urnda Aust.rnlia , ... Fnince Ge rm any (\\'est e rn) TOTAL 629-01 .3 O uTER C ,sr i-;us (GIA:-.T) FOR TR UC KS , B trs~:s. TRACTORS. ETC'. l;nit ed Kingrlorn Canada llniterl States of A m erica France G e rm any (VVest e rn ) ToT . ~L 629.01 .--1.0l 0 UT :R CASTXOS FOR TRICAHS. MOT(IR CYCL l ~S AN D AU TOC YC:LE S lT ni tc cl K ingrlorn C n iterl Slates of ..\merien Ge rmany (\Vest e rn) TOTAL 629-01.4 . 02 O vn; R CAsmus FOR BICYCLES C nited Kingdom Gen nan~ ( \Vest ern) Holland T<>T AL ti:2\1-lll _;"j 0l"l'EH (\\SIXl:S FO R "THER YtrnT CLE S Cnite, l Kingdom l 1 11ite< l State;;; of Ame ri 1a TOTAL !i:2H Ul .6 lxx1 m TtTm:s F OR MoTnR CARS l: 11i tPr l King < lom Ca n:uln . ' A 11 s trali ,1, ... Gt>nwu 1 ,\ (\Ye s t e rn ) T1Yl'AI. N o . No. J\'n . Xn. Xll. ~o . No. Ko. No . No. Table 8 (('011/in ued) 4.990 :,:3 l.i l-lfi:2:2 :i.ii!)4 2 _;"jij(j 1:3:~ ;i,3 4 7-J. :2.S:21 . :2:i 6 -J.:{ :20 :319 2:1.ilS 8,il) :till ---2 -J.5)1 s 11: J.:i !i:l 1 . 09:i 172 :i:22 7.,i:21 U:2.S-!:l 1 i iU U!l l. a:2 7:l 8.40S :{67 :i. i-!2 :W:3.0S!l 2 , :i86 4-!2 160 :usx :li. 168 1.17!1 42!) :1 8. 7iH 484 10 -------lti4 :2 . 9:n :2-! '.1H !l:2 494 I0 . 17,i j() I. Hi-l212 - •-----

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    .. 87 IMPO R TS C .I .F. -1 954 S.I.T.C. COMMODI TY COD E ORi orn 62 9-01.7 INNER TUBES (GIANT) FOR T RUC KS, BUSE S, TRACTORS , ETC. U ni ted Kin g dom . . . . . . .. . . .. ... Can ad,L .. . . .. .. . ... ... .. . ... Unit ed St ates of Amer i ca ... ... ... .. . Fran ce . . . ... . . . . .. ... . .. ... Germ an y (W es tern ) ... . .. ... ... . .. TOTAL . .. ... . . . . .. 629 -01. 8.0 1 INN ER TUB ES FOR TRICAR S , MOTOR CYCLES AND AUTO CYCLES 'Cni ted Kin gdo m . . . .. . . . . .. . . .. Ge rm a ny (W es t e rn) . . . ... . . . ... ... TOTAL .. . ... ... ... 629-01 .8.02 INNER TUB ES F OR BIC YC LES United Kin g dom ... . .. ... ... ... Germ a ny ... . . . ... . .. ... ... .. . Holl a nd ... . .. . . . ... ... . .. ... TOTAL ... . . . .. . . .. 629 -01 .9 l N:l< ER T UBES FOR OTH E R VEHICLES Uni ted Kin g dom . . . ... . . . . .. . .. TOTAL . . . .. . . .. . . . 62 9-0 2 (a) HY GIE::S IC . MEDICAL AND SUR GICA L ARTICLES OF RUBBER , (NOT INC L UDING T U BES) AND OTHER MANU 63 631 FACTURES OF SoF'r ANO H ARD RUBBER , N.E.S. Uni ted Kin gd om ... . . . . .. ... Canada . .. . . . ... ... . .. ... United St ates of Amer ic a ... ... ... Cz echo -Slo vak ia .. . . .. . . . . .. ... Germ a ny (W es tern) . .. . . . ... . .. H o ll an d ... . .. . .. ... . . . ... TOTAL .. . ... . . . DIVISION-WOOD AND CORK MANUFACTURES (EXCLUDING FURNITURE) Group-Veneers, Plywood, Boards, Artificial or Reconstituted Wood and other Wood, Worked, 631-01 (b) VEN EER S, PLYWOOD, BO ARDS, Et c . United Kingdom ... .. . Can ada ... . .. .. . . . . British Gui a n a . .. ... . .. B e l gium .. . . .. ... . .. Dut ch Gui ana . .. . .. Dutch W est Indies .. . . .. Holl and . . . . .. . . . .. Ital y . . . .. . . .. . . . Sweden ... ... . .. . . . TOTAL ... ' . (a) Iuel ud es :-;, l.T .C. Iterns h:!9-112 :rnd 6 :!9-09 . (h) Includ es S .I.T .C . Item s (i3l-1.ll to 031 -09. N . E.S. . .. . .. . .. . .. . . . . .. . .. . .. . .. . .. . .. . .. . .. . .. . .. . .. . .. . .. . .. ... . .. ... . .. . .. . . . . .. ... . .. . . . . . . ... ... ... ... ... ... Table 8C:on tinu ed. VALUE UNIT Q UAN TITY $ B.W.I. No . 1 ,5 14 9 , 103 " 20 334 " 58 777 " 4 41 " 86 404 No. 1,682 10 , 659 No. 257 541 ,, 41 59 N o . 298 600 No . 22 , 32 1 1 5 , 05 1 ,, 850 419 , . 550 267 No. 23,72 1 15 , 737 No. 12 91 No. 1 2 9 1 . .. . . . 52, 803 . .. . .. 2 , 919 . . . . . . 24 , 789 . .. . .. 185 . .. . . . 2 , 053 . .. . . . 11 . . . . .. 82 , 760 . . . . . . 1 ,5 61 . .. . .. 6,119 ... . . . 2 , 569 ... . .. 1 , 427 . .. . .. 2,152 . .. . .. 424 . .. . .. 2,057 . .. . .. 220 ... . .. 3,695 . .. . .. 20,224

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    H.I.T.C . CODE C'OMl\lODITY ORH:1X BIPORTS C.I . F. l\li54 632 Group-Wood Manufactures, N.E .S . Boxr,:;s , C ASES. CRATES A N D PART S THE11EOF Cnit e d Kingdom Bri t i s h G uiana Indi a l'nit ed States o[ Am e ric:;, Germ a ny (\Vesh , rn) COOPERAG E PRODUCTS Cnit ed Kingdom British G ui.um TOTAL U nit e d St n . t cs of Amer i ca Denm a rk ... T OTA L o:~2-0 3. l (a) B UILDERS' \VOODWORK (DOORS , SASHES ETC .) Cnited Kingdom Cana d a Trinid .u l . . . Du tc h Guiana 6;~2-03 . 2 SHINGLE S Can ada T OTAL TOTAL (1:12 0 3. :~ BEADL\( ;S AJ\ll l\foULlll :-SGS 1 Tn i trd Kingdom Trinid a,l . .. l T nit e ,l States o f Am e rica H n ll a n OD l'\. J , ;_:,.;_ l ' nit e d Kingdom C'a111 tcla B cr 11111 ,L1 . .. Briti s h Uui, : na India St. Lu v i a .. . Trini c L td .. . Cnion of Sou1 h Afril' a LTnit c, l St.ate,-; of Am e rica D c nnrnrk .. . Dn t, ],,:;-; lO i 'i -fi --G.IO!} Ii , 14 l :?:q l :.>ti lli :1 :?!l -Hl4 I !14 : n .41:.> l! li --1 :H lil 1-l 1 --1GI ti,S;i;i

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    ~. J.T.C ' . ( 1 : , r, 1 -: C\IJ'OHTS C.LF. ID,)-~ ( ' O .\l:.lODIT\ il !! I C: I .\ fi33 Group-Cork I\lam:fa c t c irc~; 1\:tl Ol .:.! (a ) J[xL ' E l {IM , S ni,:'\A Tl:R . \ L OH . .\, :t: L<>:\l E J:Yl'ElJ Fol: Br I LI ) !:-,;,: A:--; I) l N Sl ' LATIOX l'11il l' d Kingdom I', ,I'! 11_ !.!n l T oT , \L n:i:J O I . :: BnT'l'L i-: ( ' o H i-;:s l-llit f' d Kinwlom C';i 11 : 1d a l:11it e d States oF Am e rica Po ; : tn!.! a l ... T o T .\L 6:rn-01 . ..J. OTHER ARTI C LES MAD E OF l\ATL"RAL OR AGGLOMERATED Cmrn N . KS. l1nit e d Kingdom TOTAL 64 DIVISION-PAPER, PAPERBOARD AND MANUFACTURES THEREOF Mi Group-Paper and Paperboard 641 0l ::'\ EWSP.RI X T J'APER l nit Pd E. inc>:dorn Can a cl a. G-U 11:.! . I ( l ,) (}rn1 : t ( P\l' E lt L .\ 1{ " 1,1.,: \ ~, D SHE J : T::. F111, 1'1 :r .\ T t .\ 1; il>'l'HEI, T II.\ '.\ ::'\t ,: \Y S T RJ :ST ) . \ :-S I> \\" H tTf .\t: lit f.' d hi11 _ !.! d u 111 C' a n acla lfrili~h (;ni:u1a l'nitvd Stall'~ of A11wric : 1 : \ 1 1~t ri n l ~ 1. i _ !.!i1nn rlll , lll\' (\\'t ,:-; i <" rll ) H,,IL1ri.i' :<< . )l'\\ ' il ,\ . :,-;\ \ <'d l ' ll T, l' l', \]. \ O l / /1 11! 1 11 1 ,..; :--:..1. T . ( ' , l Jl )...; fi:;:; 111 ; , ll 1I 1 ; :;::1 1i)_ ')>J i 1 1 c-l1i,k s ~.1: ; 1 l !c• .111:, idJ -{ 1~ : 1 n d ii ! )-11::. Table 8 ( Co 'lll i 1111 c rl) l '" T I ()uvnn\" A l.l'l" S H . \Y.I. i I i I , i ! 7.:2Hl (> . ..J.!Jii _ ___ _ _ , _ _ __ _ 7 . 0~:3 ,->!18 22 :J.Ofi7 10.760 47 , !J:22 :2.tifil 40 , 405 :2.;J!J:2 ..J.1.171 ---------l iU .:271 ltUHl+ S7 2.Jr,n l . UOO S -!: ; { ] ,;J( >:-; S , 711 7. Jlj() -; .-1-7 ;, , J 1.:2 .. rns

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    90 Table 8-Cont i nu e d. IMPORTS C.I . F. -1954 S.I.T . C. C Ol\lMODITY VAL UE COD E 0 R U UN UNIT Q UA NTITY $ B . VV . I . 641-02.2 PAJ 'E R F O R \VR A .PP ING lTni tec l Kin g dom ... ... . . . ... ... 39,332 Ca. n a d , t ... . . . . . . .. . . . . . . . 17 , 801 Trini d itcl ... ... ... . .. ... . .. 212 lT ni o n of So uth Afric a ... ... .. . . . . . .. 450 Uni ted St ate s of Am er ica .. . . . . .. . . .. 12 , 993 Au str i a ... ... ... . .. . . . .. . 7,12 8 Bel g ium . . . ... . .. ... ... . . . 110 Germ a ny (West e rn) ... ... .. . . . . . .. 5,644 Holl a nrl . . . ... . .. .. . . .. . . . 45,930 Ital y ... ... ... ... . .. . . . 3.226 Norw a , y ... ... ... ... ... . .. 30.25 8 Sw ede n . . . . .. ... . . . ... . . . 7.4 3 7 TOTAL . .. . . . . .. . .. 170.5 2 1 641-04 ( a ) PAP E R S A N D P A P ER B O rnn s N .E.S. Unit ed Kin g dom ... ... . .. . .. . . . 68,536 Ca n ac l a, ... ... ... .. . . .. ... 15.289 Tcini ( l a d .. . ... ... . . . . . . . . . 1. :3!)7 Belgium . .. ... ... .. . . .. . .. 5.10 3 H o ll a nd . . . . . . . . . .. . . .. . .. } l.:{ :" i4 Norw a y . .. ... . .. .. . . .. . .. 3 0,519 S wed e n . . . .. . .. . . .. . . . . . . 3 6 , 43:3 TOTAL ... ... . .. . .. 168.631 642 Group-Articles made of Pulp, of Paper and of Paperboard 642-01 . 1 PAP E R B AG S U nit e d Kin g dom ... ... .. . . .. . .. 8 , 768 C an a cl a . .. ... ... ... .. . .. . 13,198 Trinid a d . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. . .. 8 0 Union of S o uth Afric a ... ... ... ... . .. 1 4.825 U nit e cl S tate s of A meri c a .. . ... . . . . .. 38, fi06 G crnmny (West e rn) ... ... ... ... . .. 1 , 00 8 Holl a nd . .. ... ... . .. . . . . .. !:J.857 S wed e n . .. ... . .. .. . . . . . .. 5 0 . 111 TOTAL ... . . . . .. . .. 136 , 353 642-01.2 CARD B O A R O B O XES AND OTHER CONTAINER S OF PA PER O R CAR DB O AR D U nit e d Kin g dom ... . .. . .. ... . .. 21,492 C an a d a . . . ... ... .. . .. . . .. 10,693 ] 3 ri t i s h Gu frn m .. . ... ... . . . . .. . .. 453 . Jn , rn a i c a ... ... .. . ... . .. . .. 52 Trinid a cl . .. ... . .. . .. . .. . .. 2. 0 88 U nion of S o uth Afri c a ... ... . .. . .. . .. 79,84 5 U ni te d St ates of A m e ri ca ... ... .. . . .. 191 C zech u -Sl ova kia .. . ... . . . . .. . .. . .. 1.1 :36 Den ma rk ... ... . .. ... . . . . .. : rn.2LU Ge rm a n y (\ Ve s te rn) .. . .. . . . . . . . . . . 5 ; 3 Holland ... ... ... . . . .. . . .. 9_3;:m TOTAL ... ... ... . . . 161. 5 7 2 (;i I Ind ndl's ~. T . T. C' . lt l' m ~ 6 -!l04 to 6 41-1 9 .

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    91 Table 8-Continued. IMPORTS C.I.F. -1954 ------------------------~--------S.I.T.C. CODE COM:\WDIT'f OtU(ll'\ li42-02 (a) OTHER ARTICLES :\iADE OF PuLP, PAPER AND PAPER BOARD E.(: . , EXVELOPES . EXERCISE BOOKS , CmARETTE P , \T'ER C UT TO SIZJc FOR CIGARETTES l'nitt>cl King
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    11111 S .I.T. C. CODE H1PORTS C.T.F. 19:34 COMMODITY Oi:1, ;1:s: (a) YARN OF TEXTTLE FIB RES, N.E.S., JXC LUI JL ' W p AP .IW Y , \ R:t\ A XD Y AIC, ::OIIXED \\'IT!l lVIE'l'A L rnited Kin!!dom TOTAL 652 Group-Cotton Fabrics of Standard Type not including Narrow and Special Fabrics 652-01. 1 (b) Co TT O~ P IECE Go oDs rnit e< l Kingdom CanadtL Hcm g Kong Indi a Trinid a d U ni t.eel States of America Belgium ... Cze cho -Slovakia Denmark ... France Germ a, ny (Western) H o lhLnd Hnn 25 l t>,:3ti I. 14 , (i , t) 7,4:17 1/iG 40.G:!D ------------------------. -----(;1 J I1wi 11 d(' s ~.LT.< . . l t l'lll s (i : -d!1 7 ; 1 1 1 d li : 1 :-11~•. ( h) G : i:!-t1l. l :rnd 1,:,:2-111,::, i !11 l nd, " .T.T.t l 1l'11is t i,i ~ " I :r 1 1 ,I 1i i~ -' -' ~

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    Table 8 -Co ntin11erl. S.I.T .C . CODE DlPORT~ (' 1.F l!lfiJ COMMODI TY Un11;1 :-; 653 Group-Textile Fabrics of Standard Type (not including Narrow and Special Fabrics) other than Cotton Fabrics SILK FABRIC S Cnitecl Kingdum Canridn China France TnT ! \L \VoOLLEN AND \\'oRSTED .FABRICS (INCLUDI N U F.\BRIC:OF FINE H .UR ) United Kingdom Italy Li:SE:S FAI\ R IC :S l nit d h.in!.'.du1n Dl'lll\HlJ"k ToTAL 'J\YL\L C:--n sq. _vd. i.11. sq. yd. lli sq. ~ d. . lb . ; ; q_ yd. 1 h . sq. yd. lb. sq. yd. lb . sq. yd. lb. s q. yd. lb. Clj, yd. lb. SlJ. yd. lb . lb . ~q yd ll .J. -----------------~ ----, . i I () t: A N 'J'lTY I I (j,j;"j 13.J :JWl 107 1,120 111 5.S 2 1 ---2.:!:32 374 ----S!Ull> I 4:~ .:i:31i 4 ()fi2 ] . 94-194 . 02:1 4;'i,4i-i0 lfi.'i'lii . i li , t;;, , -.; 17 .:.'...!:.'. 1 . 0::, I I I I I ::Ii ' VALUE B.W.I. 4,0:W 4fi5 l,4:i8 100 6JH3 241,751 2 , 008 243 , 7 :J !l :!li.274 211 2li.Sii7 ---------J Rq .y cl. ---------~ . ,, ---~----------

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    94 Table 8-C'ontin ued. IMPORTS C.I.F. -1954 COMMODITY VALUE CODE ORIGIN U~IT QUANTITY $ B.W.I. 653-05 FABRICS OF SYNTHETIC FIBRES AND SPUN GLASS United Kingdom ... ... .. . .. . . .. s q . yd. ~{;36 , 854 570 , 381 lb. 229 . 624 Canada ... .. . . .. .. . . .. . .. sq. yd. 242.801 230,168 lb. :rn , 70fi Hong Kong ... . . . ... . .. . .. . . . sq. yd. 6,450 2,935 lb. 1,296 Jamaica ... . .. ... . .. ... . .. sq. yd . 2.520 841 lb. 504 Trinid ad ... ... . .. . .. ... . . . sq. yd. 4.687 3,084 l b . 1.524 United States of America . .. ... ... . .. sq. y d . 9 5,223 68,436 lb . 16 , 292 B e l g ium . . . . .. ... ... ... . .. sq. yd. 10 5 100 lb. 31 China ... ... .. . ... ... . . . sq. yd. 164 320 lb. 22 France ... . .. . .. ... . .. . .. sq. yd. 19,107 15,729 lb. 3.821 Germany (Western) ... ... . .. . .. . .. sq. yd. 7.714 6,997 lb . 2.032 Holland . . . ... . .. ... ... . .. sq. yd . 5.743 5,233 lb. 1,297 Hungary ... ... .. . ... . .. . .. Rq . yd. 5 , 295 2 , 173 lb. 1, 275 I ta ly ... . .. ... . .. . .. . .. sq. y d. 87.768 71,512 l b . 23 , 559 ,Japan ... ... . . . ... . . . . .. s q . yd . nl,510 271 , 039 lb . 149 ,664 Po l a nd . . . ... . .. ... . .. . .. sq. yd. 82,877 25,281 lb. 16,162 Spai n . . . . .. . .. . .. ... . .. sq. yd . 950 3:32 lb. 237 Sweden ... . . . . .. ... . .. . .. sq. yd. 7 , 557 3,216 lb. 2.189 Switzerland . . . ... . . . ... . .. . .. sq . yd . 2 , 251 4,790 lb . 403 TOTAL ... .. . . .. . .. sq. yd . 2, 1 59 , 486 1,282 , 587 lb . 4 s a ,638 653-07 KNITTED FABRICS (PIECE Goons OF ALL TEXTILE FIBRES) United Kingdom ... . .. ... ... . .. sq . yd . 4,221 1 ,70 1 lb. 938 TOTAL . . . .. . . .. . .. sq . yd. 4,221 1,701 lb. 938 .. 653--09 FABRICS, N.E.S. INCLUDING FABRICS MADE OF CoARSE HAIR AND PAPER YARN United Kingdom . .. . .. . .. ... ... 5,500 TOTAL ... . . . ... ... 5,500

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    S.J.T.C. CODE J M PORTS C.l.F. lflG4 C ()Nl:MODlTY 01m :ix 654 Group-Tulle , Lace, Embroidery, Ribbons , Trimmings and other Small Wares li;"il----(11 (a) Tl ' LLE . L . , cE , E\IHlt < u1 m Y. 1 trnllu\"s. T1u,1:1t1"\"1::-; . \ '\ .P \•TIIEB ~\1.\1.L \\ ' _ \ "1:1 > L' nihd h..in ud" rn l~nit,d ~ta l<'~ ,,f .\,.,nri,a : \ l1 ~ 1Ti :, l-' ::1 1 1 , ... { ; ! I'. 1;: ! 1 \ { \ \ . i ,_..;,\ 1 'i" \ \,.!!;,11,\ CNIT Table 8 (( ' r;n finn e d) \'ALU E (JL\\"TITY S H.\-\'.l. %,!114 8!)8 l , ;l()(i ~1:2 I! :i 10 l , 1 I 1;,1; 1.1 l'i '!; :-, : , ii ; 1 y +!l :-: •.1 i1;,1 1{111 1 1 :-,( j !) 655 Group-Special Textile Fabrics and Related Products iiii, "i ~ HJ (b) f-; p1 T1. 11. T1 -:\. T11.1 -: F. \H R H s A"\"D Hl,LATEJI Prwnn " rs. . \ SD FELT AHT WLE S, HAT BoDIES, H lfllllERIZ E ll A\"! 1 lMPllli:GNATJm FA HR i CS (EX CEPT L1 \0 LE TTM) Er.A S 'l'H ' A'-D ELASTTcrz1m F , rnRH : :-l . 11it(•d Kint.;durn ( '.: 11;1 _ da l ' ni te d States nf Amer i ca. H 1111 /.!:l T\' ',\ \ itz,•ri:in rl 11 , , ; ! h ~ :-:.:ii , n 1 ; , \I; / l: ~'. 1 ii''. f ! \ 'l ' (,'1 \ I ( it) ji 1 c lu cl c' s S.L r'.C. 1t !Y l~ ~);)-l ! ) 1 to Gj ~ ~04. !l , 1 i; 1 ,lml e, S.T. T.C: It c !r i 6:i 'i--nl to r F,'i --04 ii, 1 --1-U:"il i :!3,!)40 l l .S:22 1.726 :mo l,!IO(i : lfl.,~ --1---1 ----I ,' . ~.-i : .: :) h.: ~i ;j(i i i ! ... 7f, _ I :( i (I ! .I S l '.-1 : . ,;.-.; I i .1 ()~ I 1;

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    S.I.T.C. COD E 655-09 IMPORTS C.I.F. -19.H CO.lVIJ.\10 DITY Om, . :1:-; SPECIAL PR ODUC T S OF T.1<;XTILJ;, MATERIALS AND 01' ' H.1,;LATED :M.\TERLI.LS, N.E.S. l' nitnl Ki.Hgdom C'n . na(la . H,m K o n g U nited St a tes of Amer icii Ge rman:v (Western) Holbrnl TOTAL 656 Group-Made up Articles wholly or chiefly of Textile .\1aterial (n.e.s.) other than Clothing and Footwear 656-0 . 1 BA GS Asn SA CKS FOB, PACKING, NEW O R Usim l'nikrl Kin g dom Irnlia Grc na.dn TOTAL 6i'i6-0 2 (a) }IA.D J: UP AR 'l'ICLE S O F TEXTILE i\L\TJmIALS (N.E.S.) [nitt;rl Kingdom Ca nad a. Hon Ko n Irnli~ ,... lTnite,1 S tr~ tos of Amerimi l k l g inrn Dut c h '\\' es t , Indi ces Uerrnan_, . ( \Vest e rn ) Hollnrnl Hun~an Jta.h• . .l , q,:rn 657 Group-Floor Coverings and Tapestries ti57-0l (b) CA RP"T s, C . u tPET I'\'G, Fl.CHm R uos AND TAPESTRIES l ' nitr, l Ki.J1.,do111 British Gn.i;~ w U()mini, ,c ln,lia llnited ::,t ate s of America lt. ,d, ,bp ; lll T u TAL ( , 2) Includes S.I.T.C. Items 656-02 to 656-09. (b) Includes S.I.T.C . Items 657-01 to 657 03. Table 8-Continu ed . YALUE 'GNIT Q , UA STIT Y $ B.Y\'.I. lb. 3.!);j] ,lo z . L')() Iii. :il3 r loz. rn lb. l,17 . Li84 ,loz. , tun2 lli . ;'i40 ,loz. 10 lb. l.17li .:i 8S do z. 43,i'i7] 47.o-rn :>44 604 ();{ :301 1 .4:W 49 . i7 fi 1.091 \ ii 219.IH)I .) _,) :220.281 l :n.04:~ S,',2 8 701 LS(i2 5.!lOii l.\lJS 10 8 L'.4.i J:3.!IS\I ti04 2.710 17 , 4i31 12:2 !J , 1172 4.-+U\ ..JS:: ..J, "i.j ,:tl 0),) . ),)-.' >'

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    1)7 Il\IPOHTS C.I.F. -1954 S.I.T .C. CODE fi,37 04 COMMODITY 01 { 1rn, LrnoLEri\I A~D SninLAR PRODUCTS l ~ nitecl Kin g dom l'n.ited State ;; uf America. Hollanrl TOTAL 66 DIVISION-NON-METALLIC MINERAL MANUFACTURES, N.E.S. 661 Group-Lime, Cement and Fabricated Building Materials except Glass and Clay Materials (i61-0l ()61-02 LDTE Tl'inidnd l ' ni tC' rl State s of A merica . C E M E);T nit e d Kinl!d< •m Tl'inidarl TOTAL 1 'nitf rl Stat e;; of Americ:t TOTAL (iGl --0~ (tL) Tktu>L::s; r: , \::-,;u :',{t, :q : ~IE'-Ti,L (nnrn~s w::--;) 1-)T ONE, \V o1m Ell. B1 1LJH >"C: :\J . 1T1: R1ALS o F AsBEsTns , CEMENT A 'K I ) or C '\ YIU t : D 'X(ls-J fE' L\ LLlC l\fr" ERA.LS :-. . T , . s. ( Ex c i.l tH);c+ CL.-\Y . .\\'ll Guc-s) l'uited Ki.11cr1 ' t . \);t> \\' .. \ L L Tru:s l 'Lit, d Kin cr d<>rn 'J\inida, l l " 11it, l ~t:ite,; nl' .\ nwl'i< a . Hl'lcri11m ( lzt•l' lto-i~lm d, :ia ~IIC'dt Table 8---Gontinued. VAL UE l":--IT (J CA::', TJTY $ B.,V . l. (•Wt. 8,:l09 44!1 ,,wt. S.7;j8 c,wt , . rns , :101 41,fi, 3 7 I /i6G C '\\t. 211 , 72:~ d oz. '1oz. 1 :.?.077 1loz. ti . SO:? :? it, l!i 8 :um2 1 ,;iJ;i so doz. 12 .!) S:2 :30,951 15 5.701 36,667 8 , 40 8 1,945 10.44a 407.634 9/i,791 7 , (-Hi9 511 , 094 ----1 O!i.0:24 2.ii lO 72 l , G47 1.4Vi6 llUln 24./)30 24 . 030 ----ll.4:i2 il:2] ~ 10 2. Sii ..f. 1.sm, :2n:3 l7 ,; i6R -~ -------------------------------------(a) In cludes S.I.T .C. Item s G61-0 3 a nd 661-09 . (b) Includ e s S.!.T.C. Ite m~ 062-01 to 66 2-0 3.

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    S.I.T .C. Con" COi\Il\lOD ITY 0 .RJGI N lMPOJ:tT8 C . LF. -Lll 54 (i(i~ 01.:l ALL ( )'l'HE R R t ,F RA CT<)RY CON ST RUC TIO N l \L'I.T ERJA LS l 1 ni te ,l K ing dom TOT AL 663 Group-Mineral Manufactures, N.E.S., not including Cla y and Glass uu:{--Ol (n) MINlsRAL MA NU FAC'J' I IHES, N .E. S ., NO'J' I:';CLl!DJNG CL AY AN D GLASS, ,,:.G., AURASIVE CLOTHS , G.RINDJN(: A N D PoLISHINn \ VI-1 1 mr.s . H EFRACTORY P1w n UC ! 'f'S Unit.e r!. Kingclom C,u m lla Trini da d .. . l ' n i t.d Stntes of . \ . mer i e n , ( form any (\\'e;.;t crn) H o ll arn f ltnl.v iifi4 -f H ( I, ) GLA S;-; Cnikd Ki11 . !!dorn Aw,tmlia . .. . Trinidad . . . Unit.1Kl St.it.es of A meri ca B e l g ium ... Czce hoS lov , tkin. ... G erma ny (\Vestern) H o ll a nd TOTAL 665 Group-Gla ss ware f:iU5--0l Bo 1Tu : ;;. Ft .A SKS A :'< D O'.t'HJm Co:-JTA l XJ:tls . RTOPl'F.Hs AN D (:1,ostT 1 tr.s nF Cn~ ni ox GLASS: B L011s . PHES;;m1 O H ;\]OI T LDED UPT ~O T O'l'HER\\'t:m \Y o 1 rn. 1sn l 1 11i tc, l Kin gdo m Can , 1, dn . Trin i d:ul ... \ ' ni ktl St'M 0:-: u f A nwri, :~ ( }\' l'lll .1111 ( \ \'< i Hll' rll ) 1f11\la11ri' 'J'll'l'AI. (a) Inclu d e :; S.I.T.C . !tc m s 663-0 l to 663-09. (b) In clude~ S.I.T.C. H em s 664 01 to 664 00. Table 8 (Con ti m 1 ed) VALUE lTN TI' QUANTITY !II R.W.I. :1 , 221 a~.o:rn l:!~ f\9 7.:'i:!7 l . s 1-i I 4 1\ J I ' II ~+:2:;s:2 1 -----i~--! l iil.M:; j 9--1: 1t)t) : .\i+ :2.;)~4 1.097 49 S ,i:!S 4 :F,,7-i~ :rn ,> kiSS :! .H "7 ; -) fi"i4 :2 I ti 49 ::.!l+ l

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    09 Table 8-Confrmied. ------------------------------c--------S.I.T.C. CODE COl\LVIODITY OttIGIX GLASS TABLE\L\.RE A)!D OTHER ARTICLES OF GLASS FOR HorsEHOLD. Ho 'l ' EL AXl> RESTAURA~T l-,rn Cnitl'd Kingdom Canavaki a Dt>llllHll'k Fnmce Gcnnn , ny (\Vcstern) Hollaud Jt,,_'.y Sweden TOTAL ARTICLES l\1ADE OF GLASS. N.E.S. Cnit cd Kingdom Hon g Kong (Tnitccl Staics of America YALUE L ~XI'l' QUANTITY $ B.W.l. : m ,174 6 , 2:34 1-i , O:t! 2.Jc6 l ,fJ0::3 :iO :2/UJI l ,4ii l asa 14 :398 D7 _ .778 11 . 790 r,m L:M."i Bdgiurn :!OO Cz< , d111-~l<11,Lki:1 , .. . :2 : .l--1 (krnw11:, (\\"< , ,; tcn1 ) --1-,.-, f-1.,! L,nd 11 66(, Group-Pottery f\6(\-01 (a) TABLE AXD OTHER H01 :: sEHOLD (IXCLUDING H OTEL AXD RESTAl'RAXT AR'l'IC'Ll•:s OF ORDI:-SARY \VORKKD CLAY. FINE EARTHEXWARE, CmxA W AllE oR PORCELAIN) Pnit erl Kingdom lTnit.c 1u,1 -; D oit PAHTLY \\'oRKED l'nit, _ •d Kin,L:. 1 i11m TuTAL oz. tro_v oz. troy -------93 , 923 330 l ,S30 3,~71 I !Ji 4,!J:2() u~ l--1-S 4.0lil 7; : in 100,:'>( 3 I Sli -------------------------------------(a) Inclu de ~ S . I.T.C. Item s 666-0 1 to 666-03.

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    S.I.T.C. Corrn j{)Q IMPORTS C.I.F. -Hl54 COMMODITY ORJ1:D 673 Group-Jewellery and Goldsmiths' and Silversmiths' Wares m:3-0l ,JEWELLERY OF Gm,D. SrLVER AND J>LATINU!\1. GROUP METALS XND GoLDSMI'l'HS' AND STLVERSMT'THS' \VARES. INCLUDIKG SET GlR !')1'lUNGS). CoA'l'lm Olt '.\OT I,, t--, I 1 \siuc(dom l'n tcd States of A1w-,ic-a TOTAL Table 8-Conti1111ed. VALUE UNI'l' QUANTITY $ B.W.I. 27,2(t{ 1.ns (j\)7 :38 2.HiS 766 260 459 882 2.179 ,rn L30 1,019 37 , (j(_\2 1.10n 424 292 (i(i4 408 2,777 2.D46 701 4.1\Jo 1:n l.008 140.422 :l4 !Wi 5.417

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    S.I.T.C. CODE 681-0i 681-12 101 IMPORTS C.I.F. -1954 COMl\IODITY Oma1:-; PLAT ES A'.\D SHEETS CoATED (c.g. GALYA:SIZED RCH>Fl?\1:) l'ni t cd Kingrlom l'nited States of Arueri1.t Belgium TOTAL \,Yun: l{ O DS , \c'Y S l:EFI"NED . XOT REFI~ED , UNw 1 wu 1 : HT OR \ V1WUG H'L' (B,m::; , 1: . ons , l'L A' l' ES. :-:;n.EisTs , \V11m , PH'ES , Tc1rns , C , \ S T1sas AXll Foma ~c:s) U11itecl Kingdum Tr i nid,tcl TOTAL (a) Incluci es S.I.T.C . Item ~ ti8i-13 and G81 i-. (b) 682-01 and 682 02. (c) 683-01 and 633-02. Table 8Con tinued. VAL UE UNIT QUA NTITY $ B.W . I. 353 , 189 55 (i,292 :l59.fi3ti 2.i0:1 :{:-, i2ii , 538 48 3!:l.99 8 4.:34\l I .:,-!i i -l,22:-, 1,(3,:1 110 43 , :l:{2 H"i 2:n ]:,2 :H2 44, i'!:l-i 294

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    S.I.T .C . Con1 •: .1 ii:2 IMPORTS C. I.F. -l\}54 f'. OMMOmTY 01 : J GT:S: 684 Group-Aluminium fi8 , J--Ol ( a ) Ar,u:.t L'i; IUJI A:NIJ ALLOYS H1"FINJW , NOT R . F: FJNEP, UNW HOU UHT ( )Il \Vw, u<: !IT (Hs\R -s , l( c rns. l' L A ' l'l S. Sm : E T ~ . \VIR E . PH ' l 'c S . T u 1 n : ,;, C' A ,T INO:-( X ~ D [ ' ' 0 1 W I NGS ) t ni1 c,d Kin . ~dmn ( ', 111.1- .\ . :--i i• 1: . 1v1,1 , : ! . i i i !t d l\in :,.:d o ;u l , , it e ,i ~ -H. , t t(s {I f .\ n 1t 1 1 : 1 ;' , ,.• l:_:i !i II I i \ : (' IHi-~l< 1\n l :ia 1 k no;in y ( \ T', :, lf' I ' ! ' l t ~ i) f. nc! u dt~s S.i . T.C. l tt.' : 1 ~; 1~ ;~-1 .. OJ : '. P d 08~02 . (h ) Gi:i -ill 1, : ,c1 G l'i :i -02. c(_ J ,:n(• -c1 ; 111c1 u nG o:~. ( d l ff1 '7 -01 ;111d C 3 7 0 2. I U N IT Table 8-Conti n11r d. VALUE QuAN1 ' ITY $ B.W.I. :!:!.7:',u 10.1 \1(3 1'.l8 I] --!J\:!9 Wi . 724 :r J , Olti 174 ; ,;-~s:~ j _ _ __ __ , _ __ _ fl) i I I I i ---l j; j \l : i n ~ 101 1 :.' _.,',,", !

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    Table 8-(Conrirmeo) IMPORTS C.I.F. 1954 -S.I.T.C. CO::\Il\ fO IHTY VALUE CODE 0JUGI'\ CXIT QL\'\TITY s B.W.I. 691-02.2 SPOI\TTX(: FIREAltMf' l'nitecl States of Anwricn ... ... ... . .. Ku. :1 2:15 Belgium ... ... ... ... ... ... . .. , . :m 3.:180 TOTAL ... ... . .. . .. Nu. :tl 3,Gl5 691-02.3 PARTS OF SPORTlXC: FmEAR!IIS l~nitecl Kinudom ... ... ... ... . .. 25 Belgium ... ... ... ... ... . .. . . . fi4 . .. TOTAL ... ... . .. 89 691-02.4 OTHER FIRE\R:\IS I'\"CL"Cll!XG ArRC:uxs Fnited Kinu1lom ... ... ... ... . .. Xu. :rn 2;"i2 Germany (\Vest em) ... . .. ... ... ... .. :{ !J2 TOTAL ... ... ... . .. No. :rn :144 691-03 PROJECTILES AXD A:\Il\ll"XITJOX. FILLJ-;D OR CXFILLElJ. EXCEPT HuNTINf: OR SPORTING AMMUNITION Cnitecl Kingdom ... ... ... ... . . . Xu. 10,218 Gennan~ (\\'estern) . .. ... ... ... . .. .. 103 ToT:\L ... ... ... ... 10.:t21 699 Group Manufactures of Metal, n.e.s. 699-01 FINISHED STRUCTURAL PARTS MADE 01•' IRON OR STEEL D!CLFDIXG AssE~rnLED STRUCTURES United Kingdom ... ... ... ... . .. 215,098 Canada ... ... ... . .. ... ... . .. 483 Australia ... ... . .. ... ... . .. . .. 4.847 Trin..icbd ... ... . .. ... . .. ... 112 United States of America ... ... ... . .. 2.GOfi TOTAL ... ... . .. . .. 223.045 699-02 FINISHED 1"lTRrcTrRAL PARTS MADE OF ALUMINIUM AND OTHER NOX-FERROUS BASE METALS INCLUDIKO AsSEMBLlrn S'!'RFCTURES Clliterl Kingdom ... . .. ... ... . .. 8,518 Australia. ... ... . .. ... ... ... ... 869 United 8tates of America ... ... ... . .. 2.137 TOTAL ... ... ... . .. 11.524 699-03 (a) \VIRE CABLES. ROPES. PLAITED BANDS. SLINC:S AND SrnnLAR ARTICLES OF IRON. STEI•!L AND NON-FERROUS BASE METALS UXIXSULATED United Kingdom ... . .. ... . .. ... 7,800 Canada ... ... ... . .. ... ... . .. 302 United States of America ... ... ... . .. 5,765 Germany (Western) ... ... ... ... 215 TOTAL ... ... ... . .. 14,082 (a) Includes S.I.T.C. Items 699-03 and 699-04.

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    104 Table 8 (Contin ued) IMPORTS C.I.F. 1954 -S.I.T .C. COMM ODITY VAL UE CODE Omca~ UNIT QUANTITY $ B .W. I. 699-05 (a) WIRE NETTING, WIRI : F1 rnc I NG, WmE GRILLS , WIR E MESH AND EXPA"KDE D METAL OF IRON AND STEEL, COPPER AND OTHKR NON-FERROUS BASE METALS . INCL UDING BARBED WIRE AND WIRE CLOT H Cnited Kingdom ... ... . .. . .. . .. 73,857 Canac l a, ... ... ... ... . .. ... . .. 159 United States of Ameri ca . .. ... . .. ... 2.570 B e l g ium ... . .. .. . . .. ... . .. . . . 374 Germmiy (We,;tern) ... ... ... . .. . .. 820 TOTAL ... ... ... ... 77,780 699--07 NAILS . BOLTS, NUTS, WASHERS , RIVETS, SCREWS AND SIMILAR ARTICLES OF ALL BASE METALS Uniterl Kingdom .. . . .. . .. ... ... 63,491 Canada . . ... ... ... ... . .. . . . 451 United States of Americ a . . . ... ... ... 1,297 B e l gium ... ... . .. . . . . .. ... ... 733 Germany (Western) ... . .. .. . .. . ... 829 Holl a nd ... ... . .. . .. . .. . .. ... 2 , 014 Sweden ... ... ... . .. ... . .. ... 804 TOT AL . . . . .. ... ... 69 ,6 19 699--08 NEEDLES AND PINS OF ALL BASE METALS (e.g. HAIRPIN S, CROCHET HOOKS, K N ITTI NG NEEDLES) U niterl King dom . .. ... .. -i.J ... . .. 6,936 Hong Kong ... ... ... .. . . . . . .. 56 Gernmny (vVestern) . . . . .. . . . . .. ... 1.102 TOTAL .. . . .. . .. ... 8,094 699-11 SAFES , STRONG RooM, FITTINGS AND STRONG BOXES U ni ted Kin g dom ... . .. ... . .. .. . 11 ,609 TuT AL ... ... ... . .. 11 ,6 09 HAND TOOLS (INCLUDIN G SETS OF HAND TooLS) TOOLS FOR MACHINES AND HAND IMPLEMENTS, INCLUDIN G AGRICULTURAL . 699-12 . 1 AGRICULTURAL To01.s United Kingdom ... . .. ... . .. . . . 8 , 488 T O T AL . .. ... .. . . . . 8,488 699-12.9 OTHE R TOOLS United Kingdom ... . .. ... ... . .. 42,500 Cimada ... ... . .. .. . ... . .. . .. 681 Australia ... ... . .. . .. . . . ... . . . -2 ,2 47 Unit ed States of Am erica . . . ... . .. . . . 4,486 D en mark ... . . . . . . . .. ... . . . . .. 65 Germany (Western) ... ... . . . ... . .. 5,437 Holland ... ... . . . .. . . . . . . . . . . 150 Sweden ... .. . . .. .. . . .. . .. . . . 111 TOTAL . .. ... ... . .. I 55,677 (a) Inclu des S . I.T.C. Items 699-05 and 699~06.

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    105 IMPORT S C.I.F. -19 5 4 C O MM O D IT Y S. I. T . C . ORIGIN CODE 699 -13 ( a ) HO US EHOLD UTENS IL S OF ALL ME T ALS W H ETHER OR NOT ENAMELLED . Unit , ed Ki n gdo m . .. . .. ... . .. . . . Canada . .. ... ... . . . . .. . . . . . . Hong Ko n g . .. ... ... . . . . . . . .. I ndia .. . . .. . .. . . . .. . .. . . .. United States o f America .. . . .. . .. . .. Denm a rk . . . . .. ... . . . . . . . .. . .. Franc e . . . ... . . . .. . . .. ... . .. Germany (Weste rn ) ... .. . . . . ... . .. Ho ll and ... ... . .. . .. ... ... . .. Hungary . .. . . . ... . .. . .. . .. . . . T O T A L .. . . .. ... . .. 6 9 9-16 (b) T ABLE AND KITC HEN KNI VES, FORKS AND SPOON S OF BAS E METALS, INCLU DING PL A T ED; C UTL ERY N.E.S. U nited Kingdo m ... .. . ... .. . . .. Canada ... ... . .. . . . . .. . .. . .. T ri nidad .. . .. . . . . . .. .. . . .. . .. Unit e d States of Ame ri ca . .. .. . .. . . . . Fran ce ... . .. .. . ... .. . . . . . .. Ge r many (Weste rn ) ... ... ... . . . . .. Ho ll and . . . ... . . . ... ... . .. . . . Sweden ... .. . . .. . .. . .. . .. . .. TOTAL .. . ... . . . . . . 69 918 HA RD W ARE OF ME T A L (LOCKS , PA DLOCKS, SAFETY BOLTS, KE YS, F IT TINGS FOR DOORS , WI NDO W S, FU R N ITURE , V EHICLES , TRUNKS, SA DDL E R Y E T C.) United Kingdom .. . . .. . .. . . . . .. C a nada . . . .. . ... . .. .. . . .. . . . Un i te d States of A m e r ica ... . . . . . . . . . German y (Weste rn ) .. . ... . . . . .. . . . Ho ll and .. . ... . . . ... . . . . .. . . . Ita l y . .. . . . ... . . . . . . . .. . .. Sweden . .. ... . . . .. . . .. . . . . .. TOTAL ... . .. . . . . .. 699 2 1 ( c ) MANUFACT U RES OF META L S, N.E.S., META L CONTA I NER S FOR TRANSPORT AN D STORAGE (INCLUDING EMPTY Tic-i CANS), STOVES. F URNACES E.T.C. Vn it ed Kingdom . . . . . . . .. . .. . .. Canada ... . . . .. . . .. ... . .. . .. In dia. . . . .. . . . . . . . ... . . . . .. T rinidad . .. . . . ... . .. . .. . .. Union of South A fri c a ... . .. .. . . .. . . . United States o f America .. . . .. . . . . .. Be l gium . .. ... . .. . . . . .. . .. . .. Denmark . .. . .. ... . . . . . . . .. . .. Dutch West In di es .. . .. . . . . . .. . .. France . . . ... .. . . . . . .. . .. . .. Germany (Western ) ... ... ... . .. . . . Ho ll and .. . . . . . . . ... . . . ... ... Sweden ... . . . ... . . . ... . . . . . . T O T A L . . . . .. . .. ... (a ) Includ es S . I. T .C. Items 6 991 3 to 699 -15 . (b) Includ es S. I. T .C. It ems 699-16 to 699-17 . (c) Includ e s S . I.T . C. It ems 699-21 to 69 9-29. T a ble 8-Con t inued. VALUE UN IT QUANTITY $ B.W.I . 143 , 1 88 1 ,2 1 5 4 , 6 90 2 , 10 9 4,62 6 301 42 2 24 , 677 4 68 2 14 1 8 1 , 9 10 38,975 168 1,062 74 20 13 ,8 3 3 1 68 338 54 ,638 46 , 956 2,443 6 , 815 5 , 838 2 ,1 32 13 4 10 , 3 40 74,658 573 , 837 3 6 , 409 1,545 4, 4 2 3 11 , 1 3 0 49,604 336 328 80 3 0 8,55 0 11,111 5.564 7 02,947

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    l S.I.T.C. (;ODE (;OM MODITY ORIGIN ]06 [MPORTS C.I.F. -1954 7 SECTION-.MACHINEltY AND TR ANHPORT EQUIPl\fEKT 71 DIVISION-MACHINERY OTHER THAN ELECTRIC 711 Group-Power Generating (Except Electric) Machinery 711--01 (1,) Pow1m GENERATm<: (EX CEPT ELECTRIC) MACHIXEJW Unitccl KingO 241 ;i-!6 11,497 1 , 688 128,!)(38

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    107 IMPORTS C .T. F. -1 954 S.I.T.C. COi\1 1\IODI'l'Y CODE ORIGIN 715 716 Group-Metal Working Machinery 7L3 -0l (a) M"TAL \ VoRKT"
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    . S.I. T .C. ' CODE . , 716---08 108 IMPORTS C.I.F. -1954 CO:Ml\'IODITY ORIGIN TEXTILE MA.cm.NERY AND ACCESSORIES (INCLUDING BOBBINS , SPOOLS AND SIMILAR ARTICLES) United States of America Germany (Western) TOTAL 716-11.1 SEWING MACIDNES, I N DUSTRIAL AND HOUSEHOLD United Kingdom 716-11.2 716-12 716-13.1 716-13.9 Canada United States of America Germany (Western) Italy Sweden Switzerl an d ... . .. TOTAL . .. . .. . .. . .. . . . ... . .. ... PARTS FOR SEWING l\UCHINES, INDUSTRIAL AND HOUSEHOLD United Kingdom ... . .. . .. . .. . .. United States of America ... . .. . .. . .. Germany (Western) ... . .. . .. ... . .. Italy ... ... . .. . .. . .. . .. . . . Japan ... . .. . .. . .. . .. ... . .. Sweden ... .. . . .. . .. . .. . .. . .. TOTAL . .. . .. . .. AIR-CONDITIONING AND REFRIGERATING EQUIPMENT (EXCLUDING MECHANI C AL REFRIGERATORS) United Kingdom ... . .. ... . .. . .. Canada ... ... . .. . .. . .. . .. . .. United States of America. ... . .. . .. . .. TOTAL ... ... . .. . .. MACHINERY AND APPLIANCES OTHER THAN ELECTRICAL SUGAR MACHINERY United Kingdom ... . .. . .. ... . .. Canada . .. ... . .. . . . . .. . .. . .. United States of America ... . .. . .. . .. Denmaik ... ... . .. . .. ... ... . .. Germany (Western) ... . .. ... . .. . .. Puerto Rico .. . ... . .. . .. ... . .. TOTAL ... ... . .. . .. . .. . .. OTHER MACHINERY AND APLLIANCES, NOT ELECTRICAL United Kingdom ... . .. . .. . .. ... Canada ... . . . . .. . .. . .. ... . .. Union of South Africa ... . .. . .. . .. ... United States of America ... . .. . . . . .. France ... ... . .. . .. ... . .. . .. Germany (Western) ... . .. . .. . .. ... Holland ... ... . .. ... . .. . .. ... Sweden ... ... . . . . .. . .. . .. ... TOTAL ... . .. . .. ... I Ta hie 8-Continued. VALUE UNIT QUANTITY s B.W.I. No. " " 396 1 5 44 182 29 21 678 550 11 561 72,306 100 2,804 3 ,83 9 20,531 3,726 3,905 107,211 9,575 1,224 817 823 62 690 13 , 191 42,181 1,405 7,914 51,500 353 318 5,534 81,861 3,065 862 5 , 397 450,037 188,746 86,399 346 47,027 981 51,059 211 682 375,451 .

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    Table 8--Gontinued. IMPORTS C.I.F. -1954 ------------------------,---------.-----S.I.T.C. CODE COMMODITY ORIGIN 716-14 (a) MAC H1:NE PARTS AND AccESSORIES N. E. S. INCL'["DING BAL L. NEEDLE OR ROLLER BEA RINGS United Kingdom ... . .. ... . .. C a nada .. . . .. ... . .. ... . .. Trinidad ... ... ... . .. ... . .. l'nite(l States of Amer ica .. . . . . . .. TOTAL ... . .. 72 DIVISION-ELECTRIC MACHINERY, APPARATUS AND APPLIANCES 721 Group-Electric Machinery, Apparatus and Appliances 721-01 721-02 721-03 721---04.2 ELE CTRIC GENERATORS AN D ALTERNATORS, MOTORS AND CoNVERTORS , TRA NSFORME RS , SWITCHGEAR United Kingdom ... ... . .. . .. . .. United States of America ... ... . .. . .. Germany (W estern) ... ... . .. . . . . .. Holland ... ... ... . .. . .. . .. . .. TOTAL ... .. . . .. . .. ELECTRIC BATTERIES (EXCEPT AcCl'MULATORS , I NCLUDED I N 721-0i'i) United Kingd om ... . .. . .. . . . . .. Cana< la ... ... . .. . .. ... . .. . .. Hong Kong .. . . .. . . . . .. . .. . .. Singapore ... . .. . .. . .. . . . . . . Un it ed States of America ... . .. . .. . .. Denmark ... ... ... . . . . .. . .. . .. Germany (West ern ) ... ... . .. . .. . .. TOTAL ... . .. . .. . .. BULBS . ARC LAMP S AND TUBES FOR ELECTRIC LIGHTING, COMPLETE United Kingdom ... . .. . .. . . . . .. Canad11 ... ... . .. . .. . .. . . . . .. Hong Kong ... . .. . .. . .. . . . . .. Jamaica .. . ... . .. . .. . .. . .. . .. Trinidad ... ... . .. . . . . .. . .. . .. United States of America ... . .. . .. Ge rmany (W estern) ... ... . .. . .. . .. Holland ... ... . .. . .. . .. . .. . .. TOTAL ... . .. . .. RADIO APPARATUS FOR TELEG RAPHY , TELEPH ONY, TELEVI SION AND RADAR (INCLUDING) BROADCASTING, TRA NSMISSION AND RECEPTION EQUIPMENT WITH AMPLIFIERS OF ALL TYPES, THERM IONIC OR ELECTRONIC TUB ES AND VALVES , PHOTO-ELECTRIC CELLS, SUPER SONIC OR ELECTRO MAGNETIC ECHO SOUNDING APPAR ATUS AND DECTE CTORS . RADI O RECEIVERS A:ND RADIOGRAMS C0 :11PLET E OR SUBSTANTIALLY ASSEMBLED United Kingdom ... . . . . .. . .. . .. United States of America ... . . . . .. . . . France ... . .. . .. . .. . .. . .. . .. Germany (We stern) ... . .. . .. . . . . .. Holland ... . .. . .. .. . . .. . .. . .. TOTAL . .. . .. . .. . .. (a) Includes S.I.T.C. Items 716-14 and 716-15. VALUE UNIT QUANTITY $ B.W.I. 41,558 916 :,!(j 2,698 45,198 169 , 704 4 ,023 49 883 17 4,6.'i9 14,447 582 4;'57 545 353 89~a 2,!J96 20,205 14,682 4,981 249 3,102 744 2,864 410 13,694 40,726 No . 56 1 45,860 ,, 104 4,379 ,, 1 100 " 272 28,933 " 196 19,687 No. 1,134 98,959

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    110 T a ble SC01itin1 1 ed. IM PO RTS C. I. F . 19M ---------------------------c--~, S.I.T . C . COD E COMM ODI TY ORIG IN 72 1 -04.9 OTHER U ni ted King ROYCLES. U ni ted Kingdom .. . .. . Carmela, ... ... .. . . .. U nit ed Sta tes of Ame rica ... Ge rm any (Western) .. . ... I ta l y .. . . .. ... ... TO TAL ... MOTOR CYCLES , COMPLE TE ( INCLU DI NG l\foTORI Z ED CYCLES) ANO S ID E CARS, COMPLETE. U nit ed Ki ngdom TO T A L ... ... ... ... .. . . .. . .. .. . . .. ... .. . .. . ... ... .. . ... .. . ... AL L T YPES O F BUSES , T RUCKS, L ORRIES AND ROA D MOTO R VEHIC LE S COMPLE TE N . E. S. U nit ed K i ng do m ... ... .. . . .. ... U ni ted States of Ame ri ca ... .. . ... . .. Ge r many ( Western) ... .. . . .. . .. . .. TO TAL . .. . .. . .. . .. (a) Includ es S . I T .C. I~ems 72 10 : 5 to 7211 9 . VALUE U.x 1T QUANTITY $ B .W. T. No . " " " " No. N o. No . No. " ,, N o. 403 2 10 5 l 421 9 3 12 2 2 3 127 14 3,589 3 ,000 7 8 fi , 288 9:t~ : uori (i ,8(i2 1 64 , 554 68ti ,lli9 1 8 , 398 2 , 0 1 2 7 4 11 8 32,609 ll ,073 23 ti ,053 8 . 783 7ti 5,402 808 , 687 5 ,1 20 24. 60 1 8,807 1 ,40 1 848 ,6 1 6 49 ,366 49,366 329 . 1 3 7 1 4 . 874 7,092 351 , 1 03

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    111 Table 8-C'ontinued . DlPOHTS C.I.F. -195-1 -------------COMM OD IT\. VALUJs S.I.T .C. ORlGI~ UNIT Q UANT H'Y $ RW.I. Colll•: -------------------------1---B oDJ ES. CHASSIS, FRAMES, AND OTHER PARTS FOR ROAD MnToR VEmcu :s RXCEPT PARTS FOR }loT OR CYCLES A'\ I) Sum C' . .\R S (XOT IX CLC DI :SG R U BBER TYirns. ENm N 1 c s CHA::; s 1s ,nTH E::-. o L :-1 Es ~ \for1'TEn AN!l ELEC TRJC PARTS). Cniterl Kingcl u m Ca.na . .\RT,'; (:S.OT J'.\( ' Ll ' Dl :S.C H U BBEil TYRE,'; . E-..<:INES AXD ELECTRL C PARTS). Pnited Kingd om TOTAL 733 Group-Road Vehicles other than :Vlotor Vehicles BI CYCL ES A'-1> OTlllrn CYCLES. '\ OT .\luTURlZ E U l'nitecl Kingdurn TuTAL P . H:'l'S OF B1CYC' LE S ..\XD (hmrn C,TLES .:'>OT :MoTORIZJm ( XOT IXCLFD['.\(: Tnrns ..\'.\lJ EL!WTHlC P . .\RTS) l. ~ niterl Kin~d()m Ge rmany ( e .; tern) ToT .\L RoAJJ VEIIll'LEs r"cL1m~a: TH . .\ILERS N.E.1-,. AXD PARTS ('.'iOT JNCLC])J:-.<: RUBBER TYRES ) Pniterl Kirw<.lom l:11ite1l St: , te:.; of America TOTAL 734 Group-Aircrnft ,:14 -01 (a ) AtllC'IUF'I', H,nvrn R TH, \ :s Am. (\HIPLETE. AntSHlPS AXD BALI,OOXS A1'D PAl{TS ();OT IXCLl ' llJ2'<; ReB!l ER Tvrrns. E:--m:-.i:s AND ii;L1'CTRI C PA1ns) Cnited Kingd o m Ca nada TOTAL 7.35 Group-Ships and Boats 7:\:,-01 (h) C' ----48.796 ----38.144 fi:30 :38,fi7 4 ---1,945 ~)8 2,0 , rn 982 1,582 lfiO 32:3 I 3 , 0:37

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    ----1]2 Tabl e 8( . 'ontinued . IMPORTS C.I.F. -1954 ---------------------Kl.T.C. COMMODITY VALUE CODE 01 : l ( ~ IX UNIT QUA NT ITY $ B.W . I. ----8 SECTlODi-MCSCELLANEOUS MANUFACTl TRE D ARTTC L ES 81 DIVISION-PREFABRICATED BUILDINGS. SANITARY, PLUMBING, HEATING. AN D LIGHTING FIXTURES AN D FITTINGS I 811 Group-Prefabricated Buildings and th e ir Assembled P a nels ' and Parts of ail Materials 8 11-01 f' REB1 'ARIC ATJ ~D BmunNGS AND 'l'HE I R ASSEMB L ED PANE LS AND PARTS OF ALL l\faT ERIA LS ( ln i t.ecl Kin!.!clnm ... . .. ... . .. . .. 16,191 'i _'< >'l'AL .. . ... . .. . . . 16. 1 9 1 I 812 Group-Sanitary P lumb ing, H eati n g and Lig htin g I Fixtures and Fitting s 1iU-Ol. CEX'l ' l {AL f-lEA 'l'Jr-;C: Al' P J \ lL-1.TlT S (FURXACES FUR C1 mTHAL J--IBA'l'l~W . BmLims. RAlllATORS. CONDU I TS A:,.f l> PARTS). C , 1 i ted Kingd o m ... ... .. . . . . . .. ( : o rman_v (\\'es1ern) ... .. . ... . . . . .. 2.:lr >-l -(i7 Tc>TAL .. . ... . .. . . . :!,4:!l )-;J:!-0:! (a) .-:1:--rKs. \V MiHH.\ ',] '\'S. Bw1•:Ts. RATHS A".'i'Jl (IT HER SAXlTARY AN D PLl'~lfllNl : FTXTl ' RES AXD Frr'l' I NGS OF t'El tAM ll' A\"JI OT H ER M . .\.T 1 : R I M , : ~ 1 \L SO OF M 1 , ;T.AL (W H ETHTrn E'.'IA }lli: L LE I J 01{ :SOT) . lTnite N , OF G J ,ASS FO R , \ L L T YPES OF L.~MP S l'n i te cl Kin gdom ... . .. ... . . . . .. 1 , 615 Canada . . . ... .. . .. . . . . . .. . . . 55 l : nited Rtat<'~ of Am eri('a ... .. . . .. . . . 3.08 1 Denma rk ... .. . . .. ... . . . . .. . .. (if)] Germa ny (Weste rn) . .. ... ... . .. . .. 31, 023 H ol l a nd . .. . . . . . . ... . . . ... . . . 897 :-i,rcden . . . ... . . . ... ... . .. . . . 56 --T OTAL ... .. . ... . .. :3 7 . :~88 ( a) Inclu: les S. l.T. C. Items fli2 -02 anct 8 12-03

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    :-U.T.C'. CorH: COMMODITY O1rn II\' 113 Tl\l FOr:TS C:. f. F. Hl:'54 kl:2-0-J..:2 ALL OTHER L1<;HTI'S'<, FrxTl'RES OF ALL MATERIALS (GASLIGHT, A-:-.D ELECTRIC LIGHT FLX:1TRES AND FIT TINUS A"
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    114 Table 8-Cont inuPd. CMPORTS C.l. F . -1954 S. I. T .C' . COMM ODITY VALUE CODE ORIGIN UN IT QUAKTI'l'Y s B . W . I. 83 DIVISION-TR AV EL GOODS, HANDBAGS AND SIMILAR ARTICLES 831 Group-Tr avel Goods (Trunks, Suitca ses, Travelling Bags, Dressin g Cases , Shopping Bags, Haversacks, Packs and Similar Articles of all Materials: H a ndbags, Wallets) (;;\) i,31-01.l TRAV EL Goons (TRUNKS. S U IT CASES TRAVEL LD!G BAG S. DREss1 : :-m CASJ,S, 8HOPPI'
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    :-;_f.T.C'. ('ol)E C'O:\BIODITY 0RIGI'.\ 115 IMPORTS C.I.F. -1954 (,t) l 1-:\l>l.;Bll'IsAIL :\lu1
  • 111 ch \\"est 1 ndi< ;s <.ernw11_\ (\V<•:. OILED AND SrMI LAR lMP ERiVIEAH LE i\lATERTA1.s {L~CLU>I'>ll PLA STJC) {"ni t<•cl Ki11gdolll Ca I Ht d,i 'l' u i kd :-,tates of Amerirn TOTAL 841-08 (c) HA 'IS. CAPS AXD 0TH ER HEADUEAR OF ALL MATERIALS (Tnitl>d Kingd om Ca.nn.da Dominic-a, .. . Grenach .. . Hon_g Kong ,fo maita Tri11ida1l . .. l " nitl'd Stah-;, ., f . .\m e riea Brnzil (i( ' l'J1Hlll_\' ( \\" e~( l' J'II) Itn I_\. TUTAJ , (a) In c ludes S.L T.C. (bj Items Item s 841--02 to 841 -05 341 -06 a nd 841 -07 r.: 1 ---08 and 841-11 (c) Table 8-Continued. VALUE QCANTT'IT s B.W.I. 5H.Ofi9 1 :jo.ms I :l.i'iS8 276 I 5(i.4-29 -l-.\fi4 ,"i 4 . L"i6 [27.4-1-l 2!)9 47 .:~:rn U.1 i4 (i I f\ 12.:1-rn 7.SI !) 15.4 7(i -l-.2:25 -l-7!) l . G!)O t54 I , H64 :3.2L:i 5.234 G61 ---------H , llO 44 , 973 11 , 515 831 rn H.127 2;"i :2ii l 2Hii 1.0:21 67! I J577 ----------------

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    S.1.T.C CODI, 116 IMPORTS C.I.F. 1954 COMMODITY Om ca:,; 841--12 (a) Cu>THINO N.KS. (GLOVES, MITTENS, HANDKERCHIEFS, ARMBANDS, Trns. ScARVES. SHAWLS, C<>LLAHs. CoRSJLLY OR C'HrnFLY OF TEXTILE l\L.\TE mALS WITH SOLES OF RFBBER AND RUBBER FOOTWEAR l1nite75,064 84,.497 l.467 l:H 1.884 8.92i) 24.778 10.17:{ 2.:l69 noo 12.273 l 2.2:3,"> 8.lU 129 1.2133 G2.740 lo unn 808.77ii 106.677 l,:W8 :u12 34.692 12.3ml I .076 112 7:39 50 24.077 ;375 7,012 207 191.8:36

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    :--.1 .T. ,' C'<>DE 117 IM l'O wrs (' L. F. I Hi'i--1('0:\1'.\lODITY 01:1,:1:-,; r'1111T\\ 1: . .\H ;\ ,ES . (l'\ 1'[,l'Ul'\1 : (;, 1TTLRS, :--: P. \T." L1 :1;1; 1 :-,;1:s .-\;> IJ l'l "l'TE I •:,<,) tit l'd h inL?dorn ~6 PROFESSIONAL, SCIENTIF!C :\"D CONTROLLING I:'.\JSTRL : ~1ENTS, PHOTOGRAPHIC . \ND OPTJCAL GOODS, WATCHES AND CLOCKS. 861 Group-Scientific, Medical, Optical. Measuring and Con troll i ng Instruments and Apparatus. sfil \11 (,i) S('ll• :); TJFI C. :\]1rn1c.1L . :11,,: . \~TRI\'(: \ \ [) (l()'('l'IWJ. r : 1s1a ! , : ,. CLoCKs. THEllt l\'1ffVF.MF:~TS. CASES. AND OTHER P . IRTS, IN('Ll'l)l'sU MARJ\'E CrrnONOMETEHS A:\'! : ]NS'l'R1 1 ~l1': ); 'I' f'A's'EL C'L
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    S.I.T.< ' . ( 'O D E 118 rM PORTS C.T.Y l!l : H f ' O:MMOJ>LTY Chw:1-; Table 8-C'ontimud. V. \Ll : E l::-.rr QlAxT1TY $ R.W.I. ----------------1-----1--89 DIVISION-MISCELlANEOCS MANUFACTURED ARTICLES N.E.S. 891 Group-Musical Instruments Phonographs and Phonograph Records (a . ) S!ll 111 . I l'rn1:\'n(mAl'ICS (C:lL\.\l(JJ>HOXl s) I X( ' Ll'D1:-SU RECOHD PLAYEHS . \\'I> l:E C UR!lc, l ' nitl'rl Kingdom ... C'a . na.da A11st.ralia ... LTnitcd SL1t0,-; of c\ml'rira (i C l'lllilll _\' (\\' l,,-;t crn) Hollan,! S!ll-01 .:2 PL\\'Os . \XD Onn _ \ :\' ~ l ' nitccl Kin!!dnrn T1YL\T, l'nitl'cl States "I' AnlC'rira 8!11-111 .:l .\ L L OTHER :\I( T SJ L ~L !xSTHl.'JIE\'TS K.KS. (l:,C ' Ll'Ul:-S P1m1omc.1r.,; Fniwcl Kingdom Ca nae la Antigua Au,-,tr,i lia Briti,-,h Uuiana I rnlia. .Ta nrni< •,t St. Lu c ia Trinir!ar! Gnited :Hate;; of Am e rirn Bt-lgi11111 Pu e rto Rir, f t' ll t'Z ll C b SH:?-11;1, l (e)Rn K . -\XI> CLTRRE:-
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    119 T a ble 8Continu e d . B1P OR T S C .I.F. 1954 S. I.T .C . VALUE CODE C O MMODITY N I' r QUANTITY s B.W . I . 0RH:L N ' i H92-0 : 3. 2 :Yllt:m _ . Pr c Tt ~E" AND PRI NT E D :MAT TER ON PAPE R O R CA RDBOARD N . E.S. C n itc, l K ing , 1 0 111 .. . ... ... .. . .. . 78 , 5 59 C ana. d a .. . ... .. . . .. . .. ... .. . 6 ,8 4(1 B e rm uc b .. . .. . .. . ... .. . ... .. . 57 Brit ish Gu ia n a ... .. . ... .. . .. . .. . 32;, I!l( l ia ... ... .. . .. . .. . ... .. . 44 .T,mmica . .. . .. . .. . ... .. . .. . . .. 47 S t . L n cia .. . .. . .. . . .. .. . . .. 2: H T r in i cla , I .. . .. . .. . .. . . .. .. . .. . 11 , 322 rnio n o f South Afr i ca . .. ... .. . .. . ... 1 7\l Un i t ccl Sta t. r s uf A meri ca .. . ... ... . .. 3 .809 G e rma ny ( \\' e ,;t e r 11 ) .. . .. . . .. .. . .. . 2:3 Hn !l nrn l .. . .. . ... .. . .. . ... .. . 100 TOTAL ... . .. .. . .. . 101. 5 --1--1 899 G roup:\1 anuf a ctu r ed A rticl es N. E. S. l CA:-SDLES O F TA L LOW Uni t e d K i 11 gdu m .. . ... .. . .. . ... l b. li:i . HO l 6 ,892 U n ite d Stat es of A m erica ... ... ... .. . .. [ 2 115 T O T AL .. . .. . .. . .. . l h. 1 5. 8 1 :3 7 , 007 H 99 0 l .2 C ANDLES . TAP ER,; A::-SIJ AR TICLES O F l NF L Ai\LJ\I.\ BLE -:Y l.-1 T EHIA LS N' . K S. (t> .g . So LIDIF I E D AL COH s l o Y a ki a . .. ... ... .. . .. . .. . .. EUiOO 9 ,(;00 C: e r m a n .v (We s te rn) ... .. . .. . ... .. . .. 3.00 0 : u 20 Jta l v ... ... .. . .. . . .. ... . .. .. : ~60 :371 NOl .. ll" H ,Y .. . . .. ... . .. .. . ... ... , 300 600 Yug oslavi a ... ... ... . .. .. . . .. .. l0 .500 ll ,196 gross T o' L-\1. ... ... .. . .. . hoxes t:HU!o7 8!3 , :{5 1

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    Kl.T.C. CoDI, 120 IMPORTS C.I.F. -1954 CO::VI:VIODITY ORWIN :-!)9-0:3 (,t) U'\IBRELLAS. '''ALKIX(, :-,:TlCKS ETC., FEATHEHS. ARTIl<"ICIAL FLuWEits. BtTT()~s. FAN('Y CAnv1,D ARTICLES. Hous1rn()LL) . -\.XD DECOHATIUN AitTICLES OF l'!.ASTIC l'nited Kingdom 899-1] 899-12 899-13 Canada British Guia1rn Hong J;;:ung Jll(1ia .Malta 1'nitecl States uf Amnirn ( ;zPl'ho,;l(>Yakia Jim nee Gernia11 y (\\\stern) Hullarnl J1q1an TuTAL :\l!,;c•n . .\XIC,\L (E1.EcTmc < 1.-\.s oJt OTHER TYPE;;) R1,:Fn1'.\'TAIXE1J LTxns lT11i1cd Kingdom (\111acla l'nitecl States of . .\mcri1a ( :cnna11y (\\'e,;tern) TOTAL ART]('LES :\IA DE OF PLAS'l'lCS, N .E.i::,. l'nitecl Kingdom Cana(1a Hong Kong Tnnidad ... C11ikc1 i::,tates of Americcc Czecl1osl(JYakia Germany (\Vestern) Holland TuTAL ARTICLES OF BASKET\\'ARE OR ,v1cKER-,VORK X.E.S. C'nitcd Kingdom Dominica .. . Grenada .. . St. Vincent TuTAL BROOMS AND BRUSHES OF ALL MATERIALS e11itcd Kingdom Cmmda, Australia .... Hong Ko11g St. Lucia .. . Trinidad .. . CzechosloYakia Denmark ... Germany (\Vestcrn) TOTAL Table 8-Continued, VALUE UNIT QuANTJTY $ B.W.I. :{:!1i Ju SD 6 No. -!Di :26 J!)l S.,JG3 H U:!:2 t:-:3-! 1:20 3, I 25 3,761 :in [3,703 LU'i3 l,;'i:"ii'
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    S.I . T. C. CnDJs 121 IMPORTS C' . I.F. l9ii--1COMMODITY ORIGIN 8\1\1-1--1-(a) i-, r 1rnTs Goons (.\'OT I XC Ll'DL' ,l: AR:\IS A:-Sll ..\1DIF\'JTI0:-s) ToYs A\' u GAMES ( CAR RL H;Es . PLA nx1: C . \lws ) Cni ter l Kin gdo m Can a( la Dominic a ... Hong Kong ,Tam n ic:t .. . Trini,b,l .. . Unit.eel 1-ita te,.; of Anw ri rn Fr ance Gc't 'lll HII_\. ( \Y e ste r n ) Hollan(l Itnh .Ta pit 11 \ ' enezul'la TOTAL 89\1-lu (Ii) Fu1 , :--TAIX l' r.:xs . P1 tC> P tL L1:s r: P1 ,:xcr1.s. Pi-;~ HuL!l EHS ..\X U PE Xl'I L H O LDERS OF .\LL }L.\.T i::H ULS AXL> OFFH'E i-,1 rru1::s (xnT J' . w1 m) :-:.E.S. l'ni te d Kin !.! dum Canada Hon g Eon g Trini c ln,l Cnit. e rl 1-,tnt e s of Anwri<'a Au st ri a D en m a rk Fran ce Gnman, ( \Ye ste rn ) Hollan(t' Hungar., .Tap a n P11rt11gal T11TAL 89H-18 (e) }L-1.XFF , H . " lTREll ...\.RTI< ' LES !\.KS. 1 :-;c um xu PrP E :-:. C'WA R A :'
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    ]22 Table 8-Continued. IMPORTS C.l.F. 1954 VALUE S.I.T.C COMMODITY UNIT QUANTITY $ B W.l. CODE OmmN 9 SECTION-MISCELLA~EOlTS TRA~SACTIONS AND COMMODITIES, N.E.S. 91 DIVISION-POSTAL PACKAGES. 911 Group-Postal Packages not Classified according to Kind. 911-01 POSTAL PACKAGES NOT CLASSIFIED ACCORDING TO KIND United Kingdom ... ... ... . .. . .. 1,401,037 Cana(lct ... . .. ... ... . .. . .. . .. 117 .371 British West Indi8s ... ... ... . .. . .. 123,628 United t-,taks of America ... ... ... . .. 197,399 Austria ... ... ... ... ... . . . ... 6.332 Belgium ... ... . .. ... ... . .. . .. 318 (~:wchoslovakia ... ... ... ... ... . .. 9,291 Denmark ... ... ... ... ... ... . .. 941 France ... ... ... ... ... . .. . .. 30,738 Germany (Western) ... ... ... . .. . .. 67,409 Hollami ... ... ... ... .. . . . . . .. 6,455 Israel ... ... ... ... ... . .. . .. 184 ltalv ... ... ... ... .. . . .. . .. 6,:rn1 Macieirn ... ... ... ... ... . .. . .. 954 Portugal ... ... ... ... . .. ... . .. 8,424 Spain ... ... ... ... ... . .. . .. 26 f),rn(lcn ... ... ... ... . .. ... . .. 419 Switzerland ... ... . .. ... ... . .. 54,355 TOTAL ... ... . .. . .. 2,031,618 92 DIVISION-LIVE ANIMALS NOT FOR FOOD. 921 Group-Live Animals not for Food. 921-01.1 H0Rs1cs UNDER 14 HANDS St. Kitts-Nevis ... ... ... .. . . .. . .. No. 18 1,690 St. Luciit ... ... . .. . .. . .. ... ... " 9 798 TOTAL ... . .. ... ... No. 27 2,488 921-01.2 HORSES OVER 14 HANDS United Kingdom ... ... . .. . .. . .. No. 19 54,718 British Guiana ... ... . .. . .. ... ... " 1 2,400 Grenad,t ... . .. ... "' . .. ... . .. " 2 2,000 St. Kitts-Nevis ... ... . .. "' ... ... " 4 2,860 St. Lucia ... ... ... . .. ... . .. . .. " I 300 St. Vincent ... ... ... . .. ... ... " 4 10,200 Trinidad ... "' ... . .. . .. ... . .. " 14 15,620 TOTAL ... . .. ... . .. No. 45 88,098 921-01.3 ASSES St.. Kitts-Nevis ... . .. ... .. . . .. . .. No. 23 980 St. Lucia ... ... .. . . .. . .. . .. . .. " 2 104 TOTAL ... ... . .. ... No. 25 1,804

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    123 Table 8C ontinued IMPORTS C.I.F. -1954 VALUE S.I . T.C. COMMODITY UNIT QUANTITY $ B.W.I. COD E ORIGIN 921-01.4 N{ U LES St . Kitts-Nevis ... ... ... .. . . .. ... No . 30 2 , 740 St. Lucia ... ... .. . . . . ... . .. . .. ,, 3 985 TOTAL .. . .. . ... ... No. 33 3 , 725 ~21-09.1 Do n s I Unit e d Kingdom .. . ... ... ... ... No. 10 953 ,Jamaica ... ... .. . ... ... .. . ... " 1 20 l'nit e d State s nf Am e rica. ... ... ... ... ,. 1 24 TOTAL ... ... ... .. . ~o . u 997 921-09.2 ALL OTHER LIV E A N IMALS (NOT FOR FOOD) , N.E.S. Pnit e cl King (a) Includes S.I.T.C. Items 931-01 and 931--02.

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    r 124 Table 9 EXPORTS F.O.B. 1954. ANALYSIS OF COMMODITIES EXPORTED (DOMESTIC PRODL'CE AND RE EXPORTS) BY COUNTRIES OF DESTINATION. ------------------------Q.l 1AN TITY VALCE $ B.W.I . S.I.T.C . COMMODITY --------------------------------------CODE DEST1:'IAT10" Domestic R 0Domestic Rel ' nit Produce Exports Total Produce Exports Total ---0 SECTION-FOOD 00 DIVISION-LIVE ANIMALS 001 Group-Live Animals Chiefly for Food 001-01.l CATTLE FOR REARI::<1n A"'.\D Bm , 1 , mNG Grenada . . . No. l ] 200 200 TOTAL ... No. I I 200 200 001-01. 2 CALVES ], ' OR REARI!'W AND BREEDI'\(, . Grenada . .. No. ] I 240 24-0 St. Vincent ... 2 880 880 .. Trinidad . .. .. l l :mo 300 T<>T . c\L ... No. 4 41.420 1.420 ------001 02 SHEEP _ c\ND LAlVlBS FOR REAllIN(J AND BREEDI::S-0. British Guiana ... Nn. 2 ) 50 50 Domini c a ... .. 4 4 2:U5 ~25 St. Kitt.:N e Yis ... ') 2 110 110 .. St. Vineent. ... :1 a l8;'i 185 Trinidad ... " fi 6 L5;} 155 T<>TAL .. . No. 17 Ii 7:2;", 72;"i 001-0-i POULTRY FOR REARIN(l AND BREEDING. Dominica ... fi 5 St.. Kitts-Xe\ is ... 50 50 St. Lucia ... 187 187 Trinida
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    Table 9-( 'ou ti 1w P d . EXPORTS F.O . B. 1954. -----Q . l'ANTITY VAJXE s B.W.J. : . T.C'. ('O'.\ DlOl)]TY .. _ _ _ _ -----('ODE J )1 : ,;'[T\'ATIU .\ Domesti c I leDonwstic lfrlJ"NIT Produc e Exports Tut al Produ ct' Exp(Jrts Total 01 DIVISION-MEAT AND MEAT PREPARATIONS 011 Group-:\Ieat: Fresh Chilled or Frozen 011-01 '.LJ. : . \T ni: HiWI .\E C'AT T L ! , ( BEEF. \ ' 1 ,: . \ L) Puerto Hi c o ... Lb. 3 \J . 415 :\9.415 24.232 24,252 :,;1 UJ't'S . . . .. . 1 , :n2 1.372 l .U:J;:3 1 , 035 ,, TOT.-\L ... Lb. 40 , 7 8 7 40 .78 7 2ti.287 2; i.287 ----011 02 t\11,;A'l' (IF ~H I::EP OR I LD!BS (:\IFrTU \', LA~I R) 1'11l'rlo Hico . .. Lb . 7 , 14G 7 . 141i 4/,7:i 4 .fi75 ---T•>T..11 , ... Lb. ,7.146 7.14G +.,-)/;) 4Ji7ii ----.. 012 Group-1\leat: Dried, Salted, Smoked, or Cooked , not Canned, Smoked, Dried, Salted Pork. 012 01. l BM'O.\ . \ntina .. . . .. Lb . !)0 3!) 12!) 118 47 165 :::i t. Lu('i ,t .. . !)J.! 9-H 644 644 " TuTA L ... Lb . !)0 983 1 . on 118 fi!) I 809 012-01.2 H . Dl , \nti g ua .. . ... lb . ; jl 160 211 51 235 286 Dominic-a . . .. 1--!0 140 mo 190 . , :-:it. Kitt s -~ c yj,; ... 140 140 185 185 " St. Lmia ... 3,095 3 , 09fi 1,611 1,611 " TOTA L ... lb. ;il 3 , 535 :{ , 586 51 2,221 2.272 013 Group-Meat Canned and Meat Preparations, Canned and not Canned. 013-01 SACSAl;E,; l)}i ALL ! KI .\" D S N OT 1:-;ArnTWHT Col'ITAil'IERs. Trinidad ... lb . 168 168 109 109 ---TOTAL ... lb . 168 168 10\J 10\J Meat and Meat Preparations in Air tight Containers 013-0:!.l Ha.\r,; ::it. L11ei ,L ... lb. 736 ,36 814 814 TOTAL . .. lb . 736 736 814 814

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    ]2(-i Table 9-(Continued) EXPORTS F.O.B. HJ54. QUANTITY VALUE s B.W.I. S.I.T.C. COMMODITY ----------------------CODE lh:sn:sATf<>'Domestic !{(Domestic RePXI'I' Produce Exp<>rt:.; Total Produce Exports Total ---orn-02 .2 SAUSAffE:l Antigua ... ... lb. ;):m .G:3H 19ii 1()5 :.Iontscrrat ... " !JO 90 fi7 m Stores ... ... .. Ui7 !H7 :WO 200 ToT.\L ... lb. 7!16 791i 452 4ii2 013-02.9 :\!EAT A1';!) MEAT PHEP,\RATIOXS ['s ArnTIGHT CoxTAIN ERS OTHER TlL-lcN HAl\lS Antigua ... ... lb. 1.:332 l .:122 1,022 1.022 Dominica ... lb. 2.0lti 2,0lli 1,297 l,;W7 Grenarla ... ,, !Jfi \)fi 101 101 Montserrat ... .. :3.G72 :~.G72 2.44.G 2.445 St. Kitts--~•fods " urn 1.1 I!) 845 84ii St. Luria ... .. :rn1, :361 I 22H 228 St. \-incent. ... 1.081) 1.080 57'1 fi76 -------TOTAL ... lb. !Hi72 9.672 6,;)14 6,514 013-09 :\Il-:.H EXTR . .\('T,-; A:SD PRE:PARATIONS OF MEAT N.E.S. (l'SC'LFDINO NA1TRAL S,ff,-A(:E C . .\Sl:S(:S St. Lucia -148 148 02 DIVISION-DAIRY PRODUCTS, EGGS AND HONEY 022 Group-Milk and Cream Evaporated, Condensed or Dried J\IILK AND CREAM EvAPORAn:n OR CoNDENSED 022-0l. l CoxTAixrxo NOT LESS THAN 8 PER CEXT OF BUTTER FAT St. Vincent ... lb. 792 792 29:{ 293 TOTAL ... lb. 792 792 29:3 29:3 -022-01.2 CONTAININ
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    8.1 . 'I' .C. Coin; < '0.'.\1:\'IODITY D1 :ST l \ , \TIO\ :\ltLK v,o C' 1a ;, ur ( 1 . :-c1.r1>T'IO Bl' ' l "l' l :I nllLI\ :-iKIM MrLK A:'RY ( , :-SoL Ill Fl) 1n1. SlTll , \,-; BL<>CKS , \ :,.: 11 Pow,n ;n 02:2 0:2.1 (\l'\' 1 ', \l:S:I:-;u \iT!' 1.1 ,; s,-; TIL\\ :-, l'Im C'E\T (JF Hn'TEH F.\T :\l,,1 1\scTat SI . E itt s-X n i ,'J\ ) T.\L 11:2:2 .0:2.:2 CovL\l:S:l\'G LE s,-; TtL\:-; :..; Prm C'1: :,.:T HcTT EJ: FAT. Anti).!lta ... :\!(11\t:-;crrt S t . Eitt s -Ne,i:-. .. . ToT.\L 023 Group -Butt er BL ' TTl , :B . FHESJl. \\"Hl.;'l ' .II EH SALT!•:]) () [( XOT l:S:C!XU J \'(: '.\IEI .TIW Anti . L!lla .. . British Uniana ~l. \'ince11t T1>'L.\.L 024 Group -C heese Anti _ !!ll:l . .. Crc11a1b ~ \l1111t : , f' l'l' ill St. Kitt. ,-'.\e,i:-. St. Lu ia :-it. \ ' iill'l.'111 026 Group -Natur al Honey o:W 01. K.-1.n ' itAL Ho--.;1,:Y. l'11ik 1 l Ki11).!dt11l l C'a!ladn ... Trrn1 . Table 9-(< ' 011ti1111ed) EXPORTS F.O.B 1954 QUANTITY YALl'E S B.\\'. f. ;~ : ;, , ,-;tic ,-R c , Domestie I l foPrrHlm( Export,; Tot al l'rodu1t I Exports Total -----------1 ----------l h. !iO liO ;i\) ;i!I :rn :~n ., ,) ,) ., .,;) Ill ]II :u ;;;3 J; j 1;-) [;~) I . , lb . 1 :21 1 :2 I J . Q 1-1-:2 -----lb. ;-iii ;-,Ii :21 I '.,!() :2.SO!l :!. ,'il lll I .:.?! I+ .:2!l+ _ _ _ _ _ -__ _ ~ ~ _1 _ __ ~10 -__ _ :,:{1 i5:\:2 Iii. I J :1.:11 Hi I :1.:rnti 1.s rn 1 . s,rn I ! I I i I ! i I I I lb. , 4.IH +.1+-1 a.1 Js :u1x .. I J.i:2 +i:2 l+-11-J.4 . . I I I :2 ! 1 I :2 !)O !)0 _ _ __ I ___ _ _ , _ _____ . _ _ __ ---------11i . ! +.i:2:-: l + .7:.?S :Ui5:2 ;1.:3f>:2 -! ---~-,----1----1 i I I lb. l.!iSO !Hill ;j_;\.j.11 :?Xi:? l ~O !)Oil I .oSO HtiO ;;_;34(1 ~ .s;-)~ 110 !)1 )() l, :2-l i li(i:l 3.;ii l ) :2.lli:i ;' i Sli tii:\ I ,:24 i fiG3 :u,o :!,065 8(i (ii :3 -~--j --: . ' ti 1 ' 1 1 . . ) 11 ~ -., " 'l()' "' 'l(l' ) . I , , , .,., _ . -~'+ . ... -i --1 --, ------1---1 1 I SIi 1 SO :2.:Hll i lb. 40 KU 1~:.?ll1 -; -i::,;;_j_ , ___ +_l_l -(i:_?;j ---------

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    S.T.T .( ' . ('<>DE cmrnOIHTY I) 1 -:1:T I:--; .\ Tl() ', 045 Group-Cereals Unmilled other than Wheat. Rice, Barley and :\laize O ti-01 . :! Oxr ,-;. l :--; ~111 . 1.i::1> , \ nii: u a . . . . .. nnm1111('/l ... :--r Kitt s :'\ p 1i., 0 46 Group-Wheat Flour OH\-01 '\IE.\1. .1:--D F u,t H ilF \\'H i: , 1 1 . 1:--D SP1 -: 1 : r (r,c1.n>1'-'I: :\h ~,-; 1.1 :--;) :-,r L ul'ia .. . St \ ' ill('('l\t .. . '. l 1 Ar. 048 Group-Cereal Prep ara tion s including preparations from Flour and Fecula of Fruits and Vegetables. Br,.;c n,.;~1\' 1:1-:n-: :-,; 1-:n Anli: u a ... .. . 1)0111111wa .. . ( ;rl:'na da .. . '\Illnt St'l'I';\ t .. . :-,t, Kitls ;\n i s .. . :-,t. Lu l' ia . . . :-,r. \ ' in,Pnt . . . Fr l't1(' h \\ e , 1 Indies .. . 0-!8-11-i. :? B1,-ct Tr ,.;-l':s;~\\ ' EE Ti,;:s;J ,: IJ '" Bl'LK Ant 1 g ua ... . .. l)u Ill 1Jl H' 1\ .. . nada (; n ... :\l o ntserrat ... :-,t. Kitt,; . ;\ (' \ " iS ... :-,t. \'ill<'l'll t ... ToT..\L .. . Table 9-( '011 tim1 e d. EXPORTf{ F.O . B . l9;'i4 . QC.T:\'.\"TITY \ 'A LCE S B.W.l. l >"nH•;;ti, Ri'Dnm l's1 il' l-: tl'n,dnce l •:xp"rt s Tntal Prn ( l11\' e Exvurt ,-, Total i--1 ----1--1 ---I--[ ! I 11,. I .. .. 1 .:lll!l ;;_ 7 :!II !10 1 .:mD :l.7:!0 !lO ins :!\JI i :H l (j8 :!\)ii ;3 l -l-li.-1 ------: ,-. 1 1 !-) --,-)_-,-1 ~---+-\) ;' i --i --1 ! ! ! 11,. 111 () 100 10 Ill 1:2:, .rn111 l:!,,.ooo l:!.114:; l:!.114-:~ .. -1--------1 1:!.1.llll> J :!:, . 1 011 -----------1 -------11 ,. 1 h. H. I I Ill Ii. I Oil 1.911:l I . \JO;} .. I0 . 1 +S 10 . l+S :us-1 :UK -! .. 14-.-l-SII 14-.4-SO ii.Oil, i),097 .. :! .. 1 l + :!.,11+ H-!I) !HO .. :! .111 )I I :! . llOII {3;j() (i;jO . . :-i.-l-71i :-i.+"ili :!.8:!0 :!.S:!O .. L'ill l +.Sot I .:'iH:I I ,;'i9:l .. I .,-i: ,:! I .,i;i:? 5\J() ;-;90 :,0.11, I lii . 9"i"i l(Ul"i"i ---------11 ---1 -1 ---1 ----I ii . ti . :WJ (L:!40 l. 7 17 1.717 (ifiS (3(jt{ :W~ :?O:? .. :! . li-tll :! .ii-! O 55:! Ii;j:! 6.li"i+ -U.07+ I .us:{ 1.m,a .. ;j() I) ; ")Oli Li , i lii.:i .. I l.lH H) 1 .01 II l :mi :{ I \l -----lb. I 18.S :!:! IS .8:!:! I 4.881 I I -!.88 I I -------

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    130 Table 9-C' o 11/Z:11 ued . EXPORTS :F.O.B. 1954. -------------------,,----------------,-----------~.l.T.C. C ()D E COMMODITY DE STl~A' I I ll); 0-1-8 0!.:l BiscurTs L b : sw1-: 1 ,T t-::--:ED r::s T1 -:-;s c m ;-:~!ALL J'ACEACHcS. Anti !!llit . .. Brit i 0 ,.;h (; ni ,1 n a J) ornini , , t (~r r na.n s.:L~O l: ! 1 , 1:20 I . ! : ml 1.! '.0!) 1 .0:~ 0 ~ ).~ ,; ~ :Lsl\S :21;:-; ;2(i:-; -1-.D :M 4.!l::ti :-,(}I) f: OO " ' .. , !)I ,-; ,; ,,,; VALUE S B.W.L --------Domc-,-ti c Pro .I .HD I :\: lU :,o :: l i ,i J >>I,~ i ".,. , '()-,, , ,., .. I ). -I I ,: \.', , ; ,, _ _ ,_ ('I '":' •)..:.. 1--------1-___ _ __ _ I _ __ _ _ --------ALL <>TH1 -: 1 "c l'nr-:r , 1 u, I ,:\'l' [ O:-.:S ()}' C1 ;i { f: . \L FLOl'R . \\D F E( Tl. . 1 Fu1,D. ~-ES. ( 1:--: c1.1 .1 n 1 :--:c \L11 : r h .o t \, ) , \n t ic ' ll ; l ... ]l om i nica ( i' ll j l i l( l :-:; t_ hitt-:-Xe\i ,, ... :-:,t, Lllc-i,i 05 DIVISION-FRUITS AND VEGETABLES. 051 Grnup-Fruits and N ut s, Fresh ( not including Oil Nuts). o:il-04 Ar PLl-:S. ~1. \ "illC'( ' I 1t T err. I L ... IBLE J\ L 'T,-:, OT I[ 1:; It 1 -:-; ;\ U'l'S l'IIIJ-: FLY E l> [,'QI( E\ TR , I L " J.'1:--:<. : L. 0,,1 0,.1 C:1: 01'\'D:\ l' TS ( p :.-1c:--:l-T:,) Anti _ !.!lli1 .. . ... Un 11acl,t ... :-:1. Lll cia ... Tu'J' . IL .. 1n : 1 : E1>iHI.E .;\{,'(',-;_ 1 nit ,. ,1 _ I\ _ i 11gdom 'J'< rr . 11. . .. ---l b. ., . . Iii. JI, , ---lb . I ! I I so so I 1 -~ -1 i ----i 80 so ! -! ----i I I i I :i.oon :Loon 810 810 ,:2 00 4,200 1,:;us 1,: 3 08 :20 20 ,-)--1;i-! 'i.2:20 :2 , li2 2,J7J -----I i 4i:iO.Sl7 l S0 . 817 l U7 , li.iO 1!)7 ,(i;j() -----I /-iso_:,,;17 -1-so _:,,; 1 7 I !Ii , !i ;iO 1!)7 ,fi;j() ---

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    8.T.T.C. CnnE <'OJDIODITY [) EST! \" . \Tl'' 'EXPORTS F.O.B. 1954. QUANTITY Donw ,-t i(' l frCnit p ;•,.duc, 1::xpol'ts Table 9-Continuerl. \ ' ALCE S B.W.I. Dom t>"t i(' 1 : eTotal PrnducP Export s Total ----------1 ----1-----1 --1 ------1 ------052 Group-Dried Fruits, inclu ding Artificially Dehydra i,1d l\i :! -01 I lnrnn Fin 1-rc-: l);Cl.l' ,>r\"(: ,\rnrFICl . \Ll.Y l)F:JIYl>IUTl-:ll A11ti : ..;ll.! .. : D or; : ini \ ;1 ;.J , , ;1\, : 1' 1'1':l t St. hi t ( s'.'fov i s St. Lill i , t S t . \"in ,-,,nt 05,, Grou11 Fruits Preserved and Preparntions !'R1 :si-:1Z\" i •:P FruTrs. \\'11111.1-: u1t 1 :, Pr 1-:c1:s \\"J'J'l! >i( \\"LTll(ll 'T ;--;1 1: . \I '. \\"iiE THEIC:. I': .-\li:Tl1:l!'l' ('u:--T.\l\"J:w.; 11L ;;(l'l' (1,;CLl'Dl'."l'. 1:-TE:IIJ ' () RAI\Y Pt:1,sr,:l,VXl ' l\'J, ; e.y. Brn:,.; i,: A1HTJ< : [l'1' (',,:,.;-1 . ' . \l\"l-: H,-; }ln11i~ rr , 1 t St. Lmia TuT.\L lh. L , t-n.j :J.n-t-, :Lo; -) S I .S\10 :! . +l l I . . ,-;o -+ .rn , , :rnn :U);,:,; I .S m) :!.41 l I .,i,O 1.1 Hi ( \., I ] . OH ; :\! ).-; , ; u :J,i, !. ;1,11 1,110 (j5J IJII Ii :rn;-; 1\1:2 :-Hr; .J-. [Ii() -------------------i l::,; L l Sl ! = I ::,;,j s.; 1--------------l --2 (-it_ i ---;_-)f_jfi __ I I I PRESElffEl l Fl{l-[T ~OT I IN AlHTH:HT ( '1 >:.'\T A l ~ () ; "> :3-0 I . :! 'LUL\l{IX J)S lnitl'rl l'i.in:Irlom ( 'anada ... 033 01.:\ 0THEH P1:r:,-;1mV.Ell FHLTI ' SVI ' 1\" : \m 'l'Tl:tl'I' ('11 --.;; T , \l:'\EI {,; :\lu11t "t rrat lb. lb. liGO. I 30 -t:-i.!HJO I i!ill. J;i() -l-S.!lUO :lfi_;)(\; _ \ :l.:!liO 3fi , 5ii:3 :L2!i0 i-,-O!-J,O:'i( l---=-171;!-l.-O.-->o--:\ !l-,~ -, :. , : 1 -' ---;i\-l.~:!3____ ! I -----1 I I JI I. l 330 3:30 I I I>. i---= :\:\t) :\:30 -------------.1:!() l:!O

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    Tabl e 9Con li m,ed EX PORT :-; F. O .B . Hl : 34. -----------,----------------------,----------f-;.J.T.('. ('11u1-: < '0'.\1 \[ODJTY lh ::-s T[:-. AT I O:SQl T AN TTTY -----------I -------~ , nnme,;t it H.1Do rn (•,; \ i<' R eProdu('e Export,; Tota l Prnd 11 l ~xpo rt ;.; Tota l ----------1----l--____ _ __ , __ __ _ 0 :33 .03 Fr.nT X' ;OT ;-;1 _ L 11 e i a T rin idad StorC's TUT . IL : F 1 wn . l t1w.Es, l l ::-sFKH~1 1 :s. T Ell \ \ " HET H F. H F 1 rnzEN ()H :-.--nT. (rx cu r mN(: :-;YHl'l':-i . -I.N i l NATUH , \ L FHFl' I ' FLA \" OURS 03:~-0-t-.fiLrn1 ; .J 1 T
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    !-1.1.T.C. C'ODI•; CO.\L\LOl>ITY () 1-:,-;TJ \ .\ TIU \ 054 Group-Vegetables, Fresh and Dry, Roots and Tubers i not including Artificially Dehydrated. O.i--t111 l',1T.\T<•J•:,.; \!IT 1 \( ' f.l' IIJ ;, 1 : S11 1 ,: 1-:T ) '11T.\T11J>. ,\ 11ti;1 ... I >11111i11i,;1 < :n 11,i,l ;1 \l1111t~L'l'l'il \ St. 1':it h-:'.\1 1~ ... St. L11,i,1 ~ ; 1, \"i11 1t 'J'; ini d ,.,i St, 1n•,.; Fi-:.1\". P1-:,1,.;. TTL"' \\I> "TllEl: Li: ,:1 ,11 -: ,.; ( l't ' L:-:1: ,.; ) llRY ,: ,\'l.l 1>1\l: Si'f.J'I' ,\11ti;Itt;J, ... \]1111(,.;1•:Tat St. Lwia 'J'11 ' L\L \ . 1::1' ET . \JIU : ,.; ( ' ll I 1 :VLY 1,11, 11t 1.1\ Fu111>. FH1:,.;11 1J1( F1wz1 •:\ ~.EX 05--1--IIH . l (.;..HU. l l' A11hl!tta ll 11mi11i1a \l,n1t,-:1 1Tat :-,1. Kitt~-Xn i,-; .. . :-;t_ Lrnia U.:iJ-09 .2 0'.\10:-,;,-,_ Antiua ()11mi11i,a <,r ena,la :Vlunt:-;('l'rn t St. I-;:it h-Xe1 i:-; ... !-It. Lrnia :-,t. \'jl\('l'!lt ~tur P :--: 0[}4-0\) . 4 TO:IIATO ES. Briti,-:lt l,uia11,t E.\ PORTS F.O .B. HlJ J.. lh. QL\XTITY I ])(JlllC'StiC' I l'r()dl!l't' 111' Export :1 --1 I ,,.; I .711 11 :2~ .: :li--1Ii. ;Ii:-: I i. :.::-;\) :!..J.:211 :2\1 I !11 .-, . 71111 1 1.1 :11 I :1:1.1111 11 ,,.; I. 71 II I :2-t.:lfi--1li.--1-li:-: li.:2S\l :2.-J:211 :2\ . 1.1111 .-,.-;1111 I I . I ,-,1 I :1:,. 111111 Table 9-1 '01 ili11ual i \".\IXE S B.\\'.I. __ J _____ _ : J), llllt' St i, I ' lkl'rodut(' I E.:q,11l't. -; Total -,-' I --1-. ,.;,-,,,.; J.:-:.-1:-: 1 , ::::1 . 1 t ,:l:J11 :;:n1 :::w ~l): j :2n:i I Iii I Iii I . f--1-\l l.H\l :,11:-: :--::o -.:-;-; :-::-:, :2 .1 II I:; :2.1111:2 -----Jl ' i lli. ~:2:..'. . :.!0i -----lti.li\ls; li.li--1-S :2:2:2.:211 1 I li.li\lS Ii.Ii-IS :2:2(1 ' :2:2(1 I 1 I I . . -,:,:: :.:2--1-1.i 1.::11, q.) .,_ l l , ,1 ., :! :i.:2--1-1; 1.:111, ------1 ----1---1-------1 I) )•> -1 I .,., -, ' ' _ _ 1_. -~~•)_l_l _ [ -•>-'J~-=_ _ t_. _ ;1 _ :-:_,> l--"'-•'_J~ _ '•_> __ .,,.) .,,,) -.;--1S4 l.:!li,'.i l , :!ti,-i ., I,) ;;7;{ --1-.JO -1---1-11 I lf :i IH\ .-,.-,11 ;J;JI) lli H Iii\) :2.SliO 2.:-:@ ,,.; I:? :-:u Iii. :;,: rn11 .1.:m11 .j.'jJ [.;'j ;'j J -------lh. ;31.:-:,'.j,j :H.St1:i 1.:-:uo I .S!IO ;\(l_:;!)I) :{O.:!UII :2.177 :2.177 I .,1.'\ll I ,,>,>0 !1:3 !l:l 7.0IO 7.0IO 4--1--7 447 : ,.!)!)7 , "i.H!l7 470 .f;I) IH.:llii li+.:l L> 4 I 7;~1 J . 1 7,i l :l.--1-11;1 t:3.--1-11,, !IS, !\S7 --1-.--1-on 4.--1-1111 :2:1 , ) :::J:i I Ii . J .-1S.S:22 1 .-..:-:.:-::2:2 111.--1-7--110.474 ---------11 ). ;{.:! LO f-itll ---1 ---1-----------------lh. :l.2111 ;~ .:21 II Villi

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    Ta bl e 9-Continued . EXPORTS F.O.B. 1954-. ---------• Q r A X-T-TTY -r YALUE S B.W . T. -----1 --~-S.I.T C Cmn: < 'O'L\IODITY I >1 ::ST I \ .\TI• IS lTnit , I Dome .; t . ic 1 1 . Re. Produce 1 Exporl s i Total D o m e.~ tie Protluee Re. Exports Total ----------------_____ , _ __ _ _ , ______ _ 0;>+-09.:i YA:11,-;. ~,\ . EET Pm' .\ . TOJ,;,-.; .-\X II EDD(lES. l.'nited Kin,!!dom :\nti,c!llil ... B c•r mucb Briti,d1 Guia11,1 I l1 . 1!lli 11it , t• ( Jr e nac ! ,. :\l,111t :, 1 T:tt St. F.itt ;; .:K(', is ... fit. Lwia St. \ " i1we nt. 'l'ri11icL1,l ... i Du t i-11 \ \'c •,. t fll,li,,; <1.-,-l--OH . H Onum \ ' 1:t:1::r. u11,1•:::: Bl'it . i ,-;lt Gu i ,111.t ~t,,r e ~ T11T .\L 055 Gro u p Vegetables Pre served an d Vegetable Pr eparations \ m:1 •:' L' . .\BLl•:s PHE SERVl• : U T'\G Hoers A::---1> \'E1:ET . HLE . l 1rrc1 s) . O:i:i-02. n VEG ETA BL l :s P JtE SEHVIW AN"ll PRl PAREII IX AIRTIGHT Co:KTA 1XKHS. Antigua ... FLU{ '. I { A\" D FLAK ES Ul ' PO-L-\TOE S. J<'llDTS A'\"ll \' E<.: ET.HlLES. r;-.;CI.Fll l'\U 1-iAt:0. 'J'APHH'A A.'.\ D .\ LL CITI! ER ~-iTARCII ES PREP.\ H J W FOR osE AS Fouu. 0THKll Ji'LOUHS A::SD FLAKJ-:8 OF FHUITS AXD \ ' EGE'J'AHL.ES. 03:i-04. 2 SAt:o AXD TAPIOCA St . Kitt,-, .Ne Yi8 ... St. LtH,ia TOTAL lb. :200 33.o:;o :ioo I .214.7!i-l l 0Ji2n 4.2\)ii l .O~;""i ::, 000 1-i.():;I> li . , 0 42H.l\Hi ~ . ViO :200 :-i:i.o:;n .'.l(H) I .2 1 -1."7ti•~ lii . :1:2( I 4.:2!):i I .l)];j S.lliHI ti.li . -,0 ii.-,1 I J:2ti. i!H i :-..rn11 -------, 1 ,714.1 !O :>.1 )ii (i fi;'j.j l. "7 l . J . . I i O ti:!11 (i_t ;,-1.) n 1,0:n I ii -!S.(i!):{ :.?fl ; "j 12~ (i\ -~ -W -) _ -\ , _ .), '\ :2JI S.:.>+ I i . ) (i!l.4::t ----(i . 'i ---------. -(i.-) ----,-----~ ---, ----H l,(l;l7 15 4l:-i.6!l3 2H5 1:28 Hl I 1-1-0 :? 58 I :2 4 I l.C.:.:2-11 :!:t3 fi!l ..J-:l+ -----:-.o 1 -!f:i +H-J. ..J.:)J :'i,4 !\ '. In ---------,---------------:!:!.\l ----1-----------, --I I i I 1:2:31 IU __ , _ , ____ , __ i ~-:-i ,) -----------'-------'--------'------

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    Table 9-Contimted. EXPORTS F.O.B. -1954. QUANTITY VALUE s B.W.I. S.I.T.C. COMMODITY Com, DES Tl'> ATIOC'! Domestic ReDomestic ReUnit Produce Exports Total Produce Exports Total 06 DIVISION-SUGAR AND SUGAR PREP ARA TIO NS 061 Group-*Sugar 061-01.1 SUGAR DARK CRY:-lTALS Gnite
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    .-:.I.T.C. ('~ :\l, 1 1,_\_-..;_-..; : :,-: -\\Cl! ,1 Ofil-04.4 061-09 J \. l 1, it,., i h. i,1_'-, l11m C,11t:_1d:( ... l ,1i ( i,,Ii I : l 1i;111,l I >11111i-1i,,1 '.i1>111,,l'\T;t( T;i11i, ,,,:! t y 11it( •.: l :--:Lt t t':-ot .\tl!Clii ;t 1-l (ii\;:! Ii .\loL \,-;,-;1:,-;~-B, :TTSE. ,\IALTUc-'E. Gu.-co,-;1-: . .\IAPLE :-:ti;j.1, A.\D .\L\ru: SYRtT. J_..,_ VJ-:R'l' Sic;_.\J(S A~Jl LE\TLo:-m ARTIFICL\L 1-1,,.-.;1-:y_ Cc11(.DlEL) .-\111 i_u:ua ... ]lomini,a ( ~1-e11a, la ;\ 1, ,11ts,-ra t ;-,t. Lu('ia ;-,t._ \"in,-rnt Trinida,l T1,L1L EXPO!{TS F.O.H. 1 D,:4. 1. l. L~~l:'S~~i H1 P;-11d11n I l•,:q111 1 ':~_;-1:.?:.~.~1:~:; l _-;:;.1 :.' 11::1 ::.h:.J} i;-.11 ;;11:;_l:2:! I S-i :::-; :111 _07:i t:l:1 j;_) I.,:::, :.'.o:n :.'. ( 1:.'(1 !;..;(I ;;_.+-t:i. l :!_ Is L:):1:--: :~o _117:; 1:\1 ,., ., ,, Table 9-( 'ontin //ed. \':\JXE S B.\\'.I. I lonw~t i, I te l'rodwc l~:,;ports 1 ' -q I .,., , J :,'_Iii:' l lSi I -1:21.s:-,H J\I.JS:) .-,..., :!t!r,~ -Vi 1-H ti I. \J J :; Ii T<>tal ; l, O(IS.7C7 ] _7;_5;-; :2 .t 11 :2 ';Ii I ;,--;o 4-:.'J.Si,\I -1-D. I ii\i ;)S :26S 47 1 4-1Ii !. \l-t.-J fi --L-L,~!~ I -1-~t-11-_1,-+~~-_-_-l-.-~.J-:1.1,i-; .,:{\l .. "i4ti--l--~!--------------/ I I I I u:al. I I I I :.'.,-,:20 _ -,1 I:\ 1:2.,-,:!11 ;jt1;; :Uiti-1L:l I :uw--1 1:n -~-----i--------,--------------,~-------:-------------------------,--------------1 16.'"i 49 HJ l:.'4 }2;j JG :250 678

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    S .I.T .C. C'O l>E ('O\ !:\ IUU I TY J )1 -::S TI '\ .1 !"!ti '\ Table 9-f ' 011ti1111 1' d. E~l'Ol:T:-; F.O.B. J !),i-!-. L\IXE :3 B.\\'.I. .. -) )11 1 11t~ 1 i , l l: ) : )onH : •,-, 1i , I J:c I l '1d1 1v1 i J<:,;p 11rt, I 'J\,t.il i'r11du,, ! t :q11,r1 ) Tot al I , I I -__ _____ : __ _ _ __ _ [ __ __ _ _ _ _ _ ] _ _ __ [ _ ___ __ _ ----1 , i I : [ ' 062 Group-Sugar Confection ! 1 i 07 e r y a nd oth1:>r Si,g.ir Preparation s . Oii:2 11] . I ~I,:,:: 1 ,1'\ I /'[ll\1:i ,Y l ,!itt•d i\.i:1 . ~d 1 dr) ( ; , n , t• L: .--\ 11_~t1i l!, 1 A I ,ti c: ll ; t 1;, 1/J, 1 11 _ ,; I ,n111111 l :r H! ; i ::1 1 ( ;:. 1ia11,t I > <> n I i: 1 i1 : 1 ( : i l';l(t(L l .!;i;;i , 1i 1;1 ... .\),, ; tl,:tIT:tl :--1. i._ith .\< < :--1. L11t i,1 :--\. \' i111 I Tr i11id n d l ' , :iH' I :--:t ,11 , , 11 l' ...\1 n1ri, r t . . . I ht l , l1 \\ '1 ,t !111!i ,~ F1 ( wli \\', . ,t l1 1di, , DIVISIO N COFFEE. TEA . COCOA. SPICES A);D ~,IANUFACTURES THE REOF 071 Group-Coffce O'il -nl ( ' 1nri,:i-: \ T l! 1 , _ \'-\T F l1 .\n t i ;.:u ;r f :n• : i ; : i\.:: ~1. i , it 1 , , -:.:t'\ j . , :--;, _ l,11, i-1 ~t. \ ; 1 1 , it F'r ,_ t H !, \\"1 •-: t I 11d l , : ( 'i, i:F:,: i ~ )~ 1 , . ~~Tl-'.l> . !.\ ('LI))),,; (i;:1)1 :\ii _-\ nt i':2a ... I > "rn i1 1i1 ,1 ( ~ r
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    138 Table 9-Continuea. EXPORTS F.O.B. 1954. VALUE $ B.W.I. QUANTITY SI.T.C . COMMODITY . CODE DESTINATION Domestic ReDomestic ReUnit Produce Exports Total Produce Exports Total 071-03 COFFEE EXTRACTS, COFFEE ESSENCES AND SIMILAR PREPARATIONS CONTAINING COFFEE St. Kitts-Nevis 150 150 TOTAL ... 150 150 072 Group-Cocoa 072-02 CocoA PowDER Anguilla ... lb. 840 840 336 336 Antigua, ... ... " 2,744 2,744 l,098 1,098 Dominica ... " 1,512 1.512 688 688 GrenU,da, ... " 3,192 3.192 l.275 1,275 Montserrat ... ,. 958 9i58 410 410 St. Kitts-Nevis " 1,456 1.456 583 583 St Lucia ... " 3,296 3,296 1,387 1,387 St. Vincent ... ,, 796 796 382 382 TOTAL ... lb. 14,794 14,794 (i,159 6,159 073 Group-Chocolate and Chocolate Preparations 073-01.l CHOCOLATE CoNFECTIONERY Grenada ... 567 567 St. Lucia ... 35 35 St. Vincent ... 73 73 TOTAL ... 675 675 073-01.2 OTHER CHOCOLATE AND CHOCOLATE PREPARATIONS Antigua ... ... 26 26 British Guiana ... 3,575 3,575 Grena(la ... 1,742 1,742 St Kitts-Nevis 26 473 499 St LuciU, ... 84 84 St. Vincent ... 30 30 Trinidad ... 3,462 3,462 TOTAL ... 7,089 2,:~29 9,418 074 Group-Tea and Mate 074-01 TEA Antigua ... lb. 1,500 1,500 1,172 1,172 Dominica ... " 500 500 411 411 Grenada ... " 400 400 301 301 Montserrat ... " 546 546 520 520 St Kitts-Nevis " 1,750 1,750 1,364 1,364 St Lucia ... " 3,250 3,250 2,727 2,727 St. Vincent ... " 1,650 1,650 1,408 1,408 Trinidad ... " 950 950 480 480 TOTAL ... lb. 10,546 10,546 8,383 8,383

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    139 Table 9-0ontinuea EXPORTS F.O.B. 1954 -------------QUANTITY VALUE $ B.W.I. S.I.T.C. COMMODITY CODE DESTINATION Domestic ReDomestic ReUnit Produce Exports Total Produce Exports Total 075 Group-Spices Antigua ... ... 144 144 Dominica ... 195 195 St. Kitts-Nevis 4ti3 4G3 St. Lucia ... 374 374 TOTAL ... 1,176 1,176 08 DIVISION-FEEDING STUFF FOR ANIMALS (NOT INCLUDING UNMILLED CEREALS) 081 Group-Feeding Stuff for Animals 081---01.2 BRAN, POLLARD SHARPS AND OTHER BYPRODUCTS FR0I\I THE PREPARATION OF CEREALS Grenada ... lb. --3,000 3,000 --288 288 TOTAL ... lb. --3,000 3,000 --288 288 081-03 On,---SEED CAKE AND MEAL AND OTHER VEGETABLE OIL RESIDUES British Guiana ... lb. --10,000 10,000 --1,020 1,020 Dominica ... " 87,900 1,200 89,100 3,829 126 3,955 Grenada ... ,, 37,500 --37,500 1,875 --1,875 St. Kitts-Nevis ... " 2,900 --2,900 145 --145 St. Lucia ... " --4,500 4,500 --441 441 St. Vincent ... ,, 111,900 8,500 120,400 5,595 898 6,493 TOTAL ... lb. 240,200 24,200 264,400 11,444 2,485 13,929 081---04 (a) MEAT AND FISH, MEAL, FooD w ASTES AND PREPARED ANII\IAL FEEDS Dominica ... ... lb. --600 600 --70 70 Montserrat ... ... ,, --500 500 --64 64 St. Kitts-Nevis ... ,, --100 100 --12 12 St. Vincent ... ... ,, --7,640 7,640 --811 811 Trinidad ... ... ,, --100 100 --12 12 TOTAL ... lb. --8,940 8,940 --969 969 --(a) This includes S.I.T.C. Items 081-04 and 081-09.

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    :-;_ f .T.i ' . ('" l l I : ('0\1.\IOI >IT\ .-\ \" ll I i l-:~; Tl \" \TI< > \" Table 9--1 ' cmti11u ul. (JL\1\'T I T \ I )1 I Ii ll',.\ i (' i I{(_' l' ,()d \l(" l' }>. :p ,, , h I T 't\ !'1 .1 ,!111 I 1 ,Jllli' (,; ! Tll Lil ~--' --~ -1 ---' -_, ___ _ _ __ , __ __ _ --i I I : 1 1 09 DIV ISI O?\ ~ dISC EL I\EOI ; :; FOOD PREP s \RATIO~S 091 G1oup-\la1gal"in 2 ant! Sl10rteni1!g fl!l ]-11 1 :\l.11:i;1 J: l \ 1' . .-\ :,1 U!ll flJ \ l. \ l .. \" 1 :1, 1 -: T . \I I L E ,q ; , \11 \. 1 .;() , \ 11 1 i •; ,, , , ... Hl'i i i...:\ ! < ;11in11,1 l ), i? !lill i \ , : t .n .. : ~ 1 l a _,1 .. 11: ".,-, 1 ; :-;, . l, it 1,\",-, i,: :-;, . 1, ,; , , 1 :--: 1. \ .i!lct ?Jt T,,T.1 1. :-;1111 H T!-:\l \ 1 : L.11:1, 10: ; 01: LA1:i> sn:,-.;T 1n -r 1 : _. \\I> :-;I\T 1 1. \lt l'1t I •: . 11:i,:1> E11ri:u: FAT'-' \I I ti!..! 1111 .. Bri t i , d 1 C11i,1, , .1 D "mi11i,a ( :rl'n:1d,1 :\J11I11 ,;t ' IT;Jt ~t. K itt:--:-Xc:, i :--: ... :-;,_ L11 i :1 :-;t. \ "i111 11t 099 Gro u p Food Pr e parations N.E.S. 1 i u d Ki,1 \!d<>m .-\1 1ti_u:11,1 ... lkrrn 111ia Briti,;lr ( ;11ian a l> "mi11i1a u, -.-: 1,"1 , 1 '.\ln11t ,;,• 1-i-a( :-;t_ Kitk-'.'\p1 i, :-;t,_ L11TAL I I I ; I I .ll, Ii ,. Iii . 1;;11 -t -.., 1;; 1u: r; l q,-, . !•~fl i-; . . )!),-, I !Ii _ :-;:-;, :..'il -J7 l\S -+ .. ~!':! I : ' i i ! I :-:n . , . itil ] I \l!IS:..' I :a . ,-1-:, :-;' > ,.,) .. ,_-,.,). ~ I -1-.1 , ."i fi l 1; : 1.ss:i , :..'7.,1illl j :IG . 7:lfi : , 1-:,1 _ ll!Hi 7.:--; _;-,\ 1. ; _; :; l .:..'..)-~ H : : I. i,'-ii :.:n:; i.,:-: I :~t 1.l !i"i j . ,-1-.li-lS l !':1.11:..'(i , ' } I _:)ti.-, 1111.-.;<; I :.: 1 1 -1:; n-.. : : :-;o_,.--.n j '-',i: ~ " : I .n.,-1 -: i s:L -u:-: I -1-. I 1.,f\ I fi::.s:-::j ' J-;"_.ill(I :in_ -;-: -in :;: ~.I~ ; -) I.~:~ l i, ll.--!11tl :-..::!.:r;:2 : )(1_ :_l-.;J -+ "i-l-!'!I l:L,l"i :{ I .:-:1i:l I .. "i:!O J-1 .. ,!I, [11 .• ,J I i.L2J-"i , -> 1 r:-: :rnJ 1-i .) :..' 1 : l :,! ;) -1-!) -l;',S l H :-; > ' ,) .11 l"i :t!.~;) t :2f ;:: . ! _-,:-; ., -l_ f ;. ~ S:!. I:_! ; > ~.:.!:2 ! :--:1 )_.j.( ii I :---:2 . :r;~ I 11 .:-: ir, ;;1 . 1.:.' , 'i l -1-"i A !l !I I ;;_,i I, :ll _.-;(l; ; I . ,-, :.'I I J-L-,!l"i 10 . .-,:!1 l .:..' t 7 l "i-l. 0-1-:, ftj:-; : ! l :! I ~ : i 1-l-S :2 1: : :..'U -l-!l!l ;iS I -1-1 :-;> . . , . :..'-l-11 Jfi -----;~ -. --~i ___ ~~ ----1-1 l :LIii:..' I :l.;i, :{ -------__ ______ _ _:_ _ _ _ _ _!_ _____ __:_ ____ --'---------'----

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    142 Table 9-Continuea EXPORTS F.O.B. 1954 QUANTITY VALUE $ B.W.I. S.I.T.C. COMMODITY CODE DESTINATION Domestic ReD0Ii1cstic ReUnit Produce Exports Total Produce Exports Total ---112-01.4 M1m1crxAL \VJXE. Mont,;errat gal ... 2 22 ~2 TOTAL ... gal. 2 :2 22 I 22 112-03.1 HElm AXD ALE. Grenaclrt ... gal. 27 27 56 56 1\Iontserrat ... " 57 57 131 131 St. Lucia ... .. 7'27 7:!.7 l .2i54 l.2li4 Stores ... ... . . 13 557 570 :!.9 l ,3f5ii 1,384 TOTAL ... gal. 13 1.:368 1,381 2!) 2,7!!6 2.825 112-03. 2 RTOC'T AXD PORTER. Anti . una ... ... gal. 109 10!) 227 227 :VInnbe1Tat ... ,. 6 6 11 11 St. E:itts-Nevis ... ,, 11 11 30 30 St. Lucia, ... " !l86 ()86 6:58 658 French \Vest Indies " 24 311 3:{5 21 747 768 TOTAL ... gal. 1.010 437 l ,447 67\l 1.01/i l,6D4 DLSTILLI-:D ALCOHOLIC' HEVERMH:c< 112-04.1. l RUM I'. ('.\RTOXS TTnitcd Kingdom P.W . gal. 454 4ii4 I.D07 UJ07 C'a.nad11 ... ... ,, 72 , 58H 72.58!) 304.873 304.Sn Antigua ... ... ,, 6,168 6.rns 2ii.907 25.U07 Australia ... " 110 110 462 462 Bahamas ... ,, 6,841 6,84-1 28,7:34 28,734 Henn1Hla ... ,, 44.G!Hi 44,5!!6 l 87 .21)9 187,29!) British Guiana ... ,, 5\l [if) 248 248 British Honduras " 17D l 7\1 7ii2 I 7,32 British West Africa ,, 10] 101 424 424 Dominica ... '' 3,105 3,10i5 13.041 13.041 Grenada ... ,, 3.589 -3,58() Li,075 15,075 Jamaica ... ... ,, 236 2:36 rnn nm lvlontsern1t ... ,, 3,832 3.8:32 lfi.0!)5 -16.0% Rt. Kitts-Nevis ... ,, 26,\160 26.()60 u:u:n 113.231 Rt. Lucia ... ,, 9,661 n.661 40.577 40.577 St. Vincent ... ,, 1,226 1,226 fU:i0 5,150 Trinidad ... .. 212.518 :!.12.518 892Jiii5 8!)2,575 Turks Island ... " fiG0 550 :!..310 2,310 Vnited States of America ... ,, 1,28:3 1.285 ri.3!l9 -5.39() Belgium ... ... ,, 18 18 76 76 Dutch West Indies ., 2.744 2,744 11.526 11,526 French west Indies ,. 2.7/'il 2.751 11,554 ll,:i54 Venezuela ... ,, ;37 37 155 155 ~tores ... ... ,, 6.080 6.080 25.53!) 25Ji39 TOTAL ... ... gal. 405,689 405,68!) 1.703,900 l.703,H00 ' I

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    H . LT.( ' . C'oni:: C'O'.Vl'.\101)1 TY l>E:-:'l'I X ATI ON' ll:!1 1-1 . l.:! ! {n11 :--<>Tlli : : : C'u'.\L\I' ; ::1 : ,-; l ' nilld K in ;_,d"rn ( 'a11ndn ... ,\nguill,1 . .:\ lli i , L!,ll<('ITi\l :-:1. ,ittc:-Xt,i, ... :-:t. Lucia :-;1. \ i n :-e nt Trini clacl l -nit<'cl :-:tatp,: of .\111 r ri!'a ... \ in!.i11 bland,; or 1 IH 1-nitecl :-:tat!'s ()f A111 e ril'a D11 ll'h \\' v,-t I ndil'>< Fn"t I rnli e,; Holl and :-:t, )l't'S Tc)T.'.L Jt :! 0-1 . :! \r1f1 sh, 11:! 0-l.:~ Gi:-. l nit1 d I, in!!dum ( 'anndn ... ( ~1Tn ada :-:t. Kitts Xc,is ... :-:t. Lnc i n :-:t . \.ill< : l Ill Triniclac\ 1t cc l :-:tatcs ()f Ameri, a Fn 1 :l'h \ \'est In, lit •, ~lon :--T, IT . IL . \ II Ji !a! ' II U Rrit ish Un i a n a Drnn ini!'a Gn•nndn St. Ki,\,.;-Xevis .. . :-:t. Lucia :-:t. \'illC!'l\1 Trinidad e1 , i trd :-:tates of Anw:-ic-a :-:1on •s TuTAL ]43 EXPORT:-: F.O.B. 1!15-1 Ql.'AX TLTY I >rnn L s tic Rr1 'n it Prnd11 c ' Exp()rt,: 1 ~ , L!HI. H.till-1 -1-S.:!;iG !Ill-I(j _ l) 17 -i-ll:? I l :\7 . :3!J;J I -l-. lfitj ~11 .i:.!. , i I : . l l iiG 6.0:? i I _; 3, -,(i S7 .UI l -! :J.6:IG .,. ) . , _ ,-,o.a:u 7:2;~) I I l _flfj\) :U;!ll IO . I ! l7 17.t irn> ii:lt l ,) !1: W :!:3!l ;311 ,1D:! ]' '' . .,_ :l ]()!I ;-).~;}/ 7 . 17 1) gal. 1 :! ;j;i 10 ;) 7 11 l:! 4! 1 11) (i!lS Table 9-C'untinued ----~ 1-----1 LUX ES H.W.L _ j _ --T()ta l -!-l _ i)I I,! . .j.:-;_:!;)(l !H 1-l li.llI"i -JI ) ;! I :\ 7 .: { !l:l I -l-. ltili :.!i l-} :.!.,'i l :3 l :1ti U.O:!! I .:3: , ti t!,7 _It( 1J :tG!IG ').) ,)_ t>Vi.:tn ,~;) Li 1.llt3!l :n,!11 Io. I ! l'i 17 .flO!l ,i:10 .) !l:rn :.!:m :n :-~n~ I :3:? ., ., 16!) ii.:?37 7 . 1711 l:? ;j;j 10 5 7 11 1 :! 4!1 10 6\JS I Do111e.,t il' l'rnducc -1-1-.(i( 1-I-1:--.:!:1(i !1()..J( \_ ( ii 7 W:! 1:17 _; ; q;; I+. llili :20-4:.! . .:i I ;3 J , )fi (i.11:.!J j ~ : , -)ti :-;7 .ll0-1 ;!,(\!lo '1.) .,_ ;)1i. : t11 -., _ ,_.) I ( I .llti!) :l.S!l l [t1.]!l7 J 7 .ooq , i:-lO Re Export~ :-; :!tl lUS:! .--t ~ ~ --1:1! _ ):-; :l . !>67 I. I It l :!,i :!.:!i:i(I ,tl.\Lil 7 f) :?30 so H J;j ,i:!:! 8:l :!8~ ;'i(i ;).~7!> I T otal -H.Gll-l4:-;_:!,>o !HI+ (\ . 017 -lll:! l:17.:l!l : \ i-U(iti :!ti+ :! . .:i I ;3 J ."jti Ii.I,~ l I .:l:1li :-;7 .0 0 -I:Ui!Hi :t~ ii(\. :{; \ I .. ,'_,) :l.S!ll 111.l\l'i 1 7 .00!) :1:m -1,>l .-176 s :!O I 1.-1-S:? :!AS4 ,l.!l67 I. I :!:i :!,:!;j() 711.!1!"5] 7!i :?30. so +-1 -l;i ;i:?:t s:i :!88 fi6 fi.:!7!i ----;----------___ _ , . ---gal. (UiflS 6.6!18

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    14 4 Ta bl e !J (Cf/ntinu e d) EXPORTS F.0 . B . 1954 I Q FANTIT Y \ ' :\Ll'E s B .W . l. ' .l.T.C . ('.0:\1.YlOlHTY AKD . 'ODE J>EST I ~AT[O:'.\ Domestic Rel> onwst.ic, I ReCni t Pro clu cc Exports Total P rodm e . Ex po rts Tota l ll 2-04 .-1 BHA'\ l lY Ant i gua . .. . .. . ual. 1 4 [4 :!;'>3 253 Grenac l a .. . ., -:2 :{ 2:{ 4 5!) 4ii!l . \Io nts c> n a t ... I-! I-! 2ii3 2;" i 3 :-; t, Kitt ,-,_-N' ev i ;.; . .. .. -: {; ) :Iii ;):)2 o ; t ~ St. Lu cia ... .. i i 1 : 34 . l :~ -! ~t . V i 11cc>nt ... .. Jo I 16 307 307 Cnite d Stat es of I A mer i ea , ... . . :2 I 2 rn ID S torc> s ... . . . .. 17 Ii m-m 3S :3 -Tt>TAL ... . !..'.al. I 2S l 2S 2 . 3 -!0 2 , 340 ~ --l 12-ll!. ii 13JTT E Hc' St . K itts ); e , i ,-, ( : a l. 11 ti l:i9 1:;9 Stores .. . .. . . , --l4 ti ,) fj;"j ----ToT . -\L . .. Ca l. 1; , .I ; -, 22-! 2:!-1 --I I I ! 11 211 -J.. [l .I )1,-;T ILl.l :U AL< 1 H• >L I C' ; l {t-:Y l : TTA< : i,;,-; ::\ . E.S . I ( 'o H PL \ L,-;. L i THE il l 'H El' A lcAT ] C , ,; ,-; (_' ():',I T..\. l '\ l :S-C: Srm1T A n tig u a .. . Ca l. 11 2! l ~II :t! -J. :IO 4(i2 Ba h a m a s ... .. I 2 2 -J. -22-! BPrnrnda ... .. 2 !)7 2H i i2:3 -, 2 :{ B r iti :-;h (~ nia n,L .. :{ . ... , :3, , i t\ . /l -( j;j () IJomiu ic:a . .. .. 24 2 -! -1-21 -! 21 ( :nada . . . .. . ) Ii 1 !1 i 2 f.i l 2GS :\ lon\ :-, t'IT .l t ... ( i n 12 12 :-,t, l , it t s -~ 1 i s .) l i O U2 l.)J I S(i-t I. OlS ,_ St . L nc i n S l 4, , 1 2G :12s ! {\() () !)28 ... . . St. \'i nl'C'llt . .. .. : n :; l -!Si -I-S i Trin i rla c l ... .. ) > -1--! l ' 11 i1Pcl State-~ of \ nwri ( ,t .. . .. :2 , ) :?~ 2:--; \'i r g in b l and:-; o f l ' n ited St a tcs <>f Am eric-.t ... .. 5 fl :?H -2 (i Stores .. . . . . . . ) mi Hl i!l l.2Hi 1 , :!9-i TOT.H , . . . Gnl. HO,'> 277 I l. \ S2 2.23\l -U \ Oll !\ ,; "> -! :i 12 DIV IS IO N -TOB ACC O I AND TO BACCO ~1: A NU FA C T U R E S. 1 2 . ) Gr o upT oba cco Ma nufa c ture s. 11202 ('11;, \ RETTE,-; St,m 0 s ... . .. l b . ISS l 88 ";Oi i iO;"i -~ --T n ' L \ L .. . l b . 18s I ms il) ; 'j iO : "> I ..

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    EXPORTS F.O.B . I H, i -lQL.\XTfTY f:, IT C '. . CO:IL\lODITY . C' O D E l >E:-,TI XA.TIO:'\ D o me s ti t r 11i1 P rotlll l' \' 2 S EC'TJOXC Rl ' l>E 3IAn: Rf..\L:-; IXEDIBLE EX C'El'T Fl'EL-...; 21 DIVISION-HIDES, SKINS AND FUR SKINS UN DRESSED 211 Group-Hides and Skins ex cept Fur Skins (undressed I Hides of Cattle, Calfskins Goatskins etc. and Waste Leather 211 0l (a ) HIDES ()j,' f' . . \ T TL E C ALFs1u :-; s U o.-1. TsK1:---:-; _ ETc .. -1.:-.L> ,v..\sTE LE.-\ T HF.R Tri11id a d .. . Iii. LiJ)(tO CnitPTll KR Ac'ili\1.-1.L HAll l '/()'J' l\lA'.' l:ST O Y.-\lt N. THR J<:A I) lll t F .. \HKl C S Grena
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    1 4 6 Tabl e 9 C o nti m ud EXPOR T S .F . O . B . 1954 -Q l' ANTITY VAL U E l, B. \V .1 . S .I .T.C' . C O MM ODI TY CoD E DES TI NATIOX j u o rm es ti e R e n ,,m es t i c R e l " nit Pror l u ce l ~xp o rt.s To t a l P rod uc e l ~ x p o r ts T o ta l 263 Group-Cott o n 26:{-0 I C O T TO N RAW Cn itecl K in t! d om l b . 5 .1 88 [>.1 88 6 .5 3 3 6 , ; 5 3 :~ -TOTAL . . . lh . 5 .1 8 S 5,18 8 6, 53 3 li , 53 3 26:{ 02 ( a ) OT H ER COTTO N ~OT "MAN l" l<" A CT UH F. IJ T :X TO YARN . THHl All OR FABHl C S I '.\C f X Ill'.\( : WAS 'l' E .J a maic a .. . . . . 2!l3 2 93 TO TAL ... .. . 2D 3 :W 3 -I i ' I 165 G rou p -V e ge ta bl e F ibr e s oth er th an C o tto n a nd I Jut e I 2 63 UL ( li ) \"E < : i i i" . .\ i li, , -: rlH li. ES UF : I I l-1 1 :~ 11 . FLA\ I C \ M I P. ~lS AI. .-\ \ 1) :\L\ \ II. L I ~ t. L u c ia . . . fiS 68 ~tnn ~ . .. ... ; 1,20 6 1 . 206 ' 1 . 274 l , :!7 4 -----1----1 --\ " n rnTAR LE TEX TI LE F n rn 1 : s X .E. S. A NTJ \ V,1.s-rE OF S FC H F' r B R E S 265 09 . I C' oco:x l' T FIB RE Stores TOT A L 265 09 . 9 OT H ER YE t:ETA R L E TE XT J I. E F lB HE S A "KD \VA. S TE Tri 11 i dn, l \ " (' IIP Zl! e.] a T OTAL ---1 -1 --1 -1 --(a ) ( b) T hi s inclu de s S .I .T.C . H em s 263 -0 :! , -c> 26 3 ( H T hi s i nclu dL•s S .l. T .C . It em s 26 5 0 1 to 2 6 5 0 5 : n :H 3 1 3 1 850 :iO O _ _ _ _ __ _ , __ _ _ _

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    :-;.I . T.C'. Com a ; < 'O:. DIOIJI TY IJE:--Tl?\ ATIOX 27 DIVISION-CRUDE FERTILIZERS AND C R U DE MINERALS, EXCLU. DING COAL , PETROLE UM AND PRE C IO US S TO NES 272 Group-Crude Minerals Excluding C o a l, Petroleum Fertilizer Materia l s and Precious Stones l,~ 0~ ( a) 8ANII GHAYEL C'L A Y A :X D ( ' i {l ' SJrnD :-:iT0 XE lNClX l>I:SG T . .\HREU MAC.-\ l>.-\:11 Unad a ~t . \ " in c e n t Tc> T .-\L 147 EX PORTS F . O.B . 1Hi>4 Ql'AXTITY -------------. . .. Donw,;ti c R e I L"ni t Pr-nclu cc Exp o r t,; I Total , j Table 9-( ' u 11/i1111 r P1rn C' I < H ' S !) T O:X E S N.E.N . ( ' nn a da ... Br i tis h G ui a na l )omin i ca ( :rennd a St . Kitl ~ Xeyi ,; St . Luci a St . Yin ce nt i 136 47 1 1.:--;:!1 I ___ , _ __ _ _ _ __ -(i! l;i _ __ _ I ---. -! I I 4 8 10 5~ ) 4 :!I :-,> , _ :.!~ :!()(\ --:i4:! 28 DIVISION-METALLIF E --ROUS ORES AN D ME TAL SCRAP 282 Group-Iron and Stee l Scrap lnox AXD :-:iTEEL :-;CHAl' C11it e cl Kin g dom D e n,n a l'k (l e rniany Hnllnnd l tnh S\\ d e n ----471 . 1 .8 21 48 l:! 4 ~l H~ :!8 :!06 401 T O T AL 30 , 272 10 , 366 12 , 000 14 . 30:~ 30 . 3 7 1) Hl . 70<1 -1 ------------30 , 2i2 10 , 366 12 , 000 14 . 303 :rn . 3i6 l!l . 700 1 11,.017 ll7.017 ta) In c l ud e s S. I.T .C . It e m s 2 72 02 to 2 72-04 ( b ) Includ es S.I.T .C. It e m s 27 2 -07 to 272-19 I ---------'---..:..__ _ _ _ ....:_.. ___ ..:..._ __ __ ..c_ ___ ,.:__ ___ _

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    S.I.T.C' . Coor; CWIL\IODITY DESTINATIOX 29 DIVISION-ANIMAL AND i VEG ET ABLE CRUDE MA TERI A LS INEDIBLE ' N.E.S. 292 Group-Crude Vegetable Materials, Inedible N.E.S. :\ . \'l'l'lt.\L nn1:c;, RE:',]\ .\\I> BALSAM :\lont.~errat T()T.-\J. 20:2-04 (a) PLA\Ts. Sg1rns. FLO wrms AND PAH'l'S OF PL.\\TS. N . E.S . l'nitl'd Kingdom Antigua . .. Bl'iti~h C/11iana .Janmica ... 292-0U St. \'in cc nt TOTAL \'i,:(:ETABLE S _ \PS . Jtr CIES AND EXTRACTS N.E . S. ( ~;:'(CF,PT D,E1'~(: AND TAN':"(I:'W ExTHAcTs) A\D VEGE TABLE }IATIWUL TX CLUDIXI: P1,;cnx. AL GA r: AN 1> K .\ PJTH t St . Kitts N eY is St. Lucia 148 Table 9-Crmlin ued E\:PORTS F.O.B. -l!Li+ QU AK TITY VAU : E S B.\\'.1. l ' 11it Domestic R(•Prnd II ce E x port s Tota I .. ---1 .. --Dom e,tie Rt>Prodnel' Expol'h Tot,il 8 ------, ---8 -----_ ___ _ _ _ , __ _ _ _ , _ __ __ , _ ___ , _ __ __ , _ _ _ _ _ L'i Li l l 1 I 1 I :3 60 6: . i :21 60 81 :2:3 :W7 :?07 :2:1 :2:J :36 :rn S7 87 376 376 (a) Includes S.I.T.C. Items 292-04 to 292 -06

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    1 49 T a ble 9Con t i 11 1wl t~X P OHTS F .O.B. 1954 -----------------I Q PAN TIT Y \ 'ALLTE $ B.W .I. I S.l.T . C. ( 'O J l'.\IOD l T\' ' -------. -.... . -----CODE DES TIXAT TO X i I J "me,; tic Rel> orne ,;t i (; H eCnit Pn, d u('e Expo r t,; T o t a l Pro du c c Exp orts T ota l I -3 SE C Tl O I'\ ?I TII\ E RA I, FL T EL S. Ll.'B RIC_.\ XTS A XD I H ELAT E D '.\II~E IU .LS i 31 DIVI S ION-MI N ERAL FU -/ EL S LUBRI C ANT S A ND RE L ATED M I N ER ALS 3 11 Group-Coal, Co ke, an d Briqu e ttes 311-0 1 (H) ( '1lA L (\•Kl::. a\'.'-1) BR l li l ' l::T TES (IF (' u _. \J ., LW);' IT}: En . D orni1 1i ca ... 11l ll , ) 2 1 -1-:2 1 42 :-.;t. L 11 (' i a . .. .. I l m > 60 T (' L l I I l>l>I; Li _ -1.,-: 111.l :-; I •: . \:,.; I) Br. 1 -:::-;rn);',: Ac:EVI',-: I :H:J-O l . l A YL.\. Tl0> :-;l'IHIT,i S tores ... ... ~i. d . : r ; . u:;7 :fr ! . I ;.7 l l:--.0:2 L 11 :•LU:21 ---T11T.\I. ... d . :!7-1-. 1;, 7 :l7..J.. L Yi l L S .t t:2 I l l S.0:21 --! i !ll:~01. 9 0 THE K '.\ [ O T(llt S l' tHIT A> D Br.E'.\'ll!);'(: I .-\ 1 ;F ; );'TS I St. Ki t ts:-: is ga l. ..j.(I 40 I ::?:', 25 S ton~ ... .. . l. I :l.-W-1:L W-! 1.:2 (U ] 2 02 TOTAL a. I. I :l.4H 3. 4-1 4 1 . -,., 1 , ::?:27 ... _ __ , I LAMP 011, c \ :,.; I) \\ i-fITE S n R I T 3 1 30:2.l P uw ER hE Hl>SE :\E ~t , ,rc, . ,; ... . .. gHI. (\:-; 1 GS ] l 7!1 l 79 ToT.-\L . .. !2.'il 1. liS I I.i sl 17!) li !:l --3 1 3-0 3 G . .\S O n .. I ) 11 -:,;1-: 1 . O n , AX D 0TH El{ FF EL O tLS :-;ton•,; ... ... to n :lli;'i ::io:i 2 7 .:nu :2 7 .:n6 T< ITAI. ... to n :rn,i I :rn;; I 27 .: l7ti I 27 _:nu (a) I n cludes S.I.T.C . It ems 3 11 -01 t.o 3 1 1 03

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    S.l.T < ' (\11) i-: <'l):\DlOl>ITY DI::S'l' l '.\i :\TIO~ 150 EX PORTS F.O.B . 1954 Domc .c ti c l{l'Produc-e E . ,port:-s Table CJ(! ontinu c d I ' I Do11, , , .:t1c T:cl'rurl lll l Export,; Tot:•i ------------------:11:~ tJ-l. I LL'I . \RH'. \TI\(: 011.~ : I ) , ,111 in il'a ( : l' l'i1;l l ln :-it. f;_ith, :\,i,, :-it. Lu<"i.L :-it. \'i!ll'l'lti Trini,l: v l ToT.\L :1U -t)J.:2 L1 1n:1C . .\TI\(: !: , u : As1:s I , \,rn ini<'a :-;t_ Lu,ia ~tnre-~ TuT.\L :\l1\1':IU.L ,JELLY . \:-.-l> \\".IXES ( I:-.-CLl!Dl\l: i'ETl{lJl , .-\Tl'M) Anguilla Dominica Grenada Mont;;errnt i',t. Kitts Nevis St. Ltwia :-it. \'ine ,'1 1t French \\'e:-n I ndiL'~ l.llJCT:s OF PETHOLEUJ\I D,m1inicr1 :\!, 1J1tserr:i,t St. Lueia ~tore:; TOTAL . . 11 .J.'i.J. 4:Yi l" ,) 1::m l -~"1-:2 .j , ,4 4:i, ! :l 1:m I .:2+:2 :;..J-t-7 :{.--i -i; , :L:W!) :{.:2H0. .. 0.--140 S.-!-W ! ; .-10/i 'i .40G --------L ----------::,I. ! :L:lD'.) 1:~_:{!J!l ' J :2.fi71 l :2.Di'l --------------------:2+!, '. ,() \ :, f r,) SOil ~ > l :21) L~O :1 ,! ; ~-----l.(-l,--,o 1.050 I :2+\l l :? 1 l ::20 ----1 ------! ll ,. l.'.!00 1 . ~00 :?00 ::oo ,J.()UO 4,01)0 tl2S f\28 ti.\)CO fi.960 l.Ofi4 I.OM 5,200 :'i . :?Oi) 7:?~J 7:2~ 7 _ !)CO , . OCt> urn UH!) 4_:3:-;o -l-.:~~~o 70,'i 'iP : 'i G:rno (i.'iliO 1.41:1 l.+ I :1 I 4-i )() tOO !)f' ,) !Hi lb. _ I ----~ :ti.8W :i:'i.S!:iO i f\. l :">4 fl. I ri+ 1 -:2 1 :?4 17 1~ '' ]9 ]!) :21 :? I ---81 SI -------------------------------------------

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    .I.T .C . s ( 'ODE < 'O:\IMODlTY ..,.\l\ I> DE STIXA.TlOX -4 S ECTCOX-:\XDI AL AKD VEGETABLE OIL;-.-\XD FATS 4 1 DIVISION-ANI MA L AND VE GETABLE OILS (NOT ESSENTIAL OILS) FATS , GREASES AND DERIVATIVES 4 11 Group-Animal Oils and Fats 4ll-Ol OILS VIW:II FISH A'D :\L\RJ'. E .\ '.HIA L ;'; . .\ntigun . ... . . . I ) o mi11ic ,L ... <:n•nnda . .. :\ l ont,;crrat ... :-it. Ki l h-XL\j,; .. . ;--t. Lu via ... :-i t \'i 11ce11t ... T1) 'L \L ... 4 12 Group-Vegetable Oils 41:.? 0 L L1 :-,;,:;1-:E1> U11 . , !Ln r ( :nad ,1 ... ;--t, Kitt s::\:eyis ... :-it. Lu 1ia .. . :-itTAL ... -U:?U:? 01L FRt'l'.11 :-i1l \'A B EA'\S (a) CnTT<.l>' SEEi) Gnor >"ll>"l"'r Ouv1-:,-: A'\ J) PM,:11,-: .-\nt i gua ... ({rcnn,la ... :\fontserrat . .. St. Kitt s-~<' Yi s .. . ~t. Lu('ia . ... T1>TAL .. . 4 1:?-07 (:11C1>>"l .. l' ( C'<>PHA) 011, ..\nti;rna . .. . .. l )om in iea ... :\lo 11 t:;(•rra t ... ~t. L11 C'ia ... T11 'L \L ... 151 EXPORTS F.0.B. Wt\4 Ql"AXTITY --------l> o m e:;t i< l {eCn it Prod u ce Export~ ---I ' I I I ! ' I ! l -_ i!il I. ,i -l ,i-l.. ;"iii . . -ga l. l(j(i I I i I l g,1 I . ;17 -lSO 1:2 .. -lO " :?4 al. :.!!l3 I I i I .\.!n I. 171 I .. I 4-1 . n:2:! I I I l I I I I 1.1:rn ! ' I I I .~al. I ..J.:2.11!),j 1 . 1 :l6 ! I ' : (al Include s S . I.T.C. ltem s 4!'.'.-02 to 412 06 Table 9-(Cont inne d) L.\Ll.E s 8.W.I. -I ),11ncstie LteTotal Pn,duc-e Export,-: Total :2.1177 :2 . 077 ,J~~ 58:2 1.:27-l l .:!7 4 :20.i :W5 HliD \)Ii!) J .:2!i:2 1 .:2 !i:2 . '1!11 S!)l --7.: 1:2 0 7. :{: W --;-i-l 1 I ,:3 103 , -i-l IOI 101 ,it) I l. i 115 ,) -l 4I Hfi :ua :{:?:3 :r; :210 :210 lSO l.OO ;i l.005 I :? tiO liO W :!:!4 :2:24 :?-! 1:20 120 :2!!3 Ui19 1 , 6 1 9 --17 l 3S5 3::-;5 41.9:28 }6.705 ::-;:\70 i'i l :3 ;) 1.1: w :2.F, :? :2,Li:2 +:u:n Sli.O!l:3 :!.L>:.! ::-iS.:2-!5

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    1 52 T a bl e 9(Cnn t ,:nued) E X PO R T S F . O .B. 19 5 4 QUANTITY VALFE !Ji B.W.I. S.I.T.C. C O MM O DI T Y AND CODE D E ST IN A T IO N D omest i c R eD omest i c R eUn i t Prod u ce E xp orts T ota l P ro du ce Ex p orts Tota l 412 -11 C A STO R OI L Angu ill ,t . .. 60 60 An tig u a .. . . .. 1 89 1 89 D omi n ica ... 427 42 7 G r ernt d a ... 1. 1 72 1, 1 72 M onts e r r at .. . 5 ;3 S t. K i tt;;-Nevis .. . 79 0 790 S t . L u e i ,t . . . 24 3 2 43 S t. Vi n cen t .. . 223 223 T OTAL .. . 3 ,1 09 3 ,109 412-1 2( a ) OT HE R OI LS FROM SEEDS, ~UTS AXD K ERNELS Cn i te
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    1;33 EXPORTS F.O.B. Hl54 QUAXTITY S.I.T.C. COMMODITY AND CODE DF:STIXATIOX i Domestic ReUnit Produce Exports I Total 5 SECTIOX-CHE11ICALS. 51 DIVISION-CHEMICAL ELEMENTS AND .,,, COMPOUNDS. 511 (a) Group-Inorganic Chemicals. 511-01.1 SULPH l'RIC ACID. Anti:na ... ... Dominica ... '.vlontserrnt ... St. Kitt,-i-Neds ... i-;t. Lucia ... St. Vincent ... TOTAL ... 511-01. 9 (a) OTHER lNORGANJC CHE:\IICALS Anguilla ... Anti:na ... .. . Dominica ... ( :renada .. . :\Tont serra t ... St. Kitts-Xmis ... St. Lucia ... f-;t. Vincent ... Dutch \\'est Irnlies TOTAL ... ----512 (b) Group-Organic Chemicals. fll2-0l. l GLYCERINE, United Kingrlom lb. 4:3,200 43,200 TOTAL ... lb. 4:l.200 43.200 ----fil2-0l.2 Tl'Rl'E:S-Tl'.\E, Anti:ua ... ... llominil'a ... -( lrennTAL .. --I --------------------(a) Item 511-01 inclucks S.I.T.C. Items fil 1-01 io ;,l 1-'J') (b) HQm 512-01 inclL,d<'s S.I.T.C Items 512--!lJ t8 512-09 Table 9-Continued --VALUE s B.W.I. --D<>mesticRePrndurc Exports Total (iii 65 Do !!8 43 43 ;'j(j ii6 43 43 1:39 rnn ------444 444 ---Go 08 ;35:3 :!.121 2.474 30 l .,i4;i l,;i75 114 :us:3 :Li97 40
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    S.I.T.C. Co1rn f'O:\L\lODJTY A>;fl DEST! XATIO~ Table 9-C'ontim,erl. EXPORTl-i F.0.B. -m-,-1-. ------------QC-\~TJTY Do1m•. ; t i < Prncl1t('t' H e l ~xports Total Do111 ( •,;t i <:" Prodt11 Re Kxpe1rt,; Tntal ----. -~ -----1----_ _ . _ ____ -:\[Jo:Tll\'LXl'l-:ll :-,pjl{lTS . -\11_,i:uilla . .\nti,\!Ilil ... ]),,n1i11ii: a (;n , na, la }1,mt,;(•lTat St. Kitt ,cc .Ne\ i,; St. Luci,t Rt. \ "i11ce11t T, >T . tL ( :rena,la 11<>nbwrrM :-it. Kitts-:\e\ i,; ... St. Lu,i , t St. Vill( ' t!llt Triniclad TuT . .\L 52 DIVISION-MINERAL TAR AND CRUDE CHEM ICALS FROl\l COAL, PETROLEUM, AND NATURAL GAS. 521 Group-Mineral Tar and Crude Chemicals from Coal, Petroleum and Natural Gas . 521-01 (a ) :\li'stm.\L T , u{ A'\IJ ( 't{l"Tl 1,; CH ,: ~11('.\ T,:-i FR()\J C'nAL. Pt-:TW 1u:r-,r \"-'D XN!TR \L G.\,;. l),m1i11i,a (;nna . cbi :\I,,nt ,;ena t :-it . Lucia Trinida,l St.ores TOTAL gal. 40 1 -ti I 40 -tO :211:1 )_,) 1',/ ii,1S :ii s :lti!l -ti\ :2:3:{ ,;>, ,;) r->)_ I .) .,.)_ -t!Hi ](1 -ti i -+0 :2-1-:1 "'THO 7 ; -) ti:2, :t)~ -J.91\ ------------------gal. ' I ,) ------1----1---14:2 Ht -t:2 4:! 10:2 JO:! ~.) Si'i =?SK 28~ :!;'i!) :!i>!I ------1----------1-----------------:!S .i:! ----!-------------:!fls ---------• --L-----.. ----(a) Includ es S.I.T.C. Items 521-01 and 521 -0 2

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    S.T.T.C. Co oE C'O}L\-lODITY AN"U UESTINATIOX /53 DIVISION-DYEING TANNING AND COLOUR ING MA TE RIALS. 5:1:~ Group-Pigments, Paints, Varnishes and Related Materials !i3:l fll . l HrxE-LAP'WHY. Anti g ua . .. :\I, ,11t s 1 1Ta t St. Kitts-'.\ ... i-,t. Lwi ,1 St,,rc,s T1lT.-\L !i'.tl 01 .:: l)TSTE~ll'EHS. DllY ()){ Xo-r. Dominil'a St. Kitts-'.\(•\ is ... T1 rr .\ 1, l'R!'.'ITERs l'.\K. D1lmi11il-a St. Kitts '.\n\ is ... Trinidad TnT . \L l'lll-:P..l.!{F:I> l' .H:T,-;. J<:'.\.\:\Il•:L,-;_ L.1C1Jl " El"I{,-, \".~l\',"J,-,HE,-; . .-\RTIS'f',-; ( 'o LI W J{S. 81 ('C' . ~T IV 1, ; ,-; ( P.-1.1 ',"'j' !)1{11 -: 1 1,-;) A'.\ I) ',[\,-;"['!( •,-;_ ii:tl-11:L:2 P.~f',"T,-; _.\',"j) E\.-\MELS .-'\nti\!ll il 1)11111 i II i1a St. hitt , ,. ::-;1 i " ... St. La< i;1 St. \'irn ,•nt Trinid,ul f-;t, ,ns 'I\rr.\ 1. ;" i'.l: ~ -'1:-1.:l \ -_~l{',"J,-,HI•:,-; . \'-"I! LM ' Ql'E{ ' I{ ,-;_ l>omini, a TOT.-1.I , Table 9-C'ontinued. EXPORTS F.O. 8 . 1954-. l ' 11it QL.\XTITY L\Ll'E S H.W.f. Dom l'sti1 HPI Uom(•~ti, ~ -l{p. Prod11 c-(• Export s Total Prnd11r 1 Expnrl s I Total ------, ------1-1 I :10 100 ;';07 :2 I -! ----1---1 --1-----_ _J _ __ :2_ -) ---------_ _ _ _ i __ _ ~-'i :l_ -~--):!_ lb. :2.:2-!0 :2:2-l:2.:2-J.O 2:2! I I ----1---11---1------------lh. :2. -W-l:2.-tfi-! :i(iti ------------------lh . ------------1---l ,ti 1 76 ------1---1-----1---1--11, . ,o ,o Si 87 !Hi!l !1m1 15:.!S Ii:!~ ., /.C. . , I :;s , ,s :) tt~ :lli:3 :.!!):: :.![);{ ,1) ,1) s•) _, s:3 I X\J IS9 -!:,,, .j.;"j:, ti.ls, H. IS7 :l . S!J, :3.S!Ji ---Iii. 7J):21) 1~~:20_ ;';_;';I)] ,, .. ,01 -----I lh. lo lh. JO ----'-----'--'-~---~----

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    156 EXPORTS F.O.B. 1954 QUANTITY :-i.I .T.C. ('O}L\IODITY AXD ---C(>l)E DESTl'.\ATIO~ DomeHtic Rel'nit Prucluce ExportH ri:rn-03 . 4 ALL (JTHl•:R PREPARED PAINTS, ENAMELS. LAC(_Jl_1 EUHS. \'AJCHSHES. . \RTISTS ('nLOl'RS . SICL.\T[VE,; (PAJXT DRIERS) A:Xll :'llASTJ('S, Allti),!ll:l ... ... lh. 3:35 1)omi11i\'a ... .. 1.4:34 :-,t, 1' itts-N eyis .. . .. lHO St. Lucia ... . . 72, Stt,n~ ... ... .. :32 ~~---T
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    ---s S.I.T .C . C OMMODIT Y AND CODE DESTINA.TIO~ I 552 Group-Perfumery, Cos metics, Soap, and Cleansing and Polishing Preparations. 552-0l.l BAY RUM AND SIMILAR PREPARATIO NS Antigua ... . .. Bahamas ... Bermuda ... Br itish G uiana ... Dominica ... Gre n ada . .. .Jamaica ... ... Monts e rr a t ... St. Kitts-'.'\eYis ... St . Lu cia ... St.. Vinc e nt ... Tortola ... ... Trinidad ... Virgin Isla nds ... of Cnited States of America .. . TOTAL ... 5fi2 0l.9 OTHEll P1 m , Fl ' MERY. Cmmi-:T1cs. Dr-::s-THL}'RIC E S. To ILET PREPARA'r1( l :S:-i EXCE PT SoAP:-i. Ang uill a .. . Ant i gna ... . .. l)nmi11i( a ... Urc na, lc1 ... }l1111 t snrat ... St.. hitt s-Ke Yi s ... St . Lu cin ... St. Vin ce nt ... Trinidantch West l1Hlics ToT . .\L ... SOA P S x:--1> CLEA:-S l NG PREP . \RATI0N S 5!i2-02.l SOAPS. HA RD T~ BARS . 0 1 { TABLET::-: . 0TH EH TIL.\~ TOILET ABRAS[VE AND SHA Vl's'G So.w Antigu,1 .. . . .. R ritih G nian a Domini c-a . . . Grena.647 -.. I --28. 1!)3 l:i 43.4-15 11.771) l .:t3 !l 22.:no ;)O. 07 :i t.i-l 1 ---J :i7.79:! I -----R .E:qmrts Total ----249 4:26 !i , 143 ;3 .8!)0 4.6f,7 l( )li lt.i('i ll8 118 :37:! 7:'iO 1;'5:"i 74 2(5:! 7.4:m (5(i;'j I . 6-1:i Sl 7 l:~ IH8 l!)O 57:2 ;>72 2ti9 3 7:J 6.S l)2 22 . H!J ---:--;l(H ) ;m o L"iSL l. ::i S I 2 . ..J.:!:I :u 2:1 -!. l:!11 U:!O 6S8 fiSS -l. : "i;34 -L 5,'>4 2.Blll l 2 . 900 2.4 ull :!.4 (i0 :{:"i i 3:"i l :n:2 :l7:! ------19.7 Hl I !1 .7 4!1 ---:2s . rn:~ I;~ 43.44:i 11.77H 1.3:m 2:! . :HO :">0 Jl7 !i 641 ---157 , 79:!

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    S.l.T . ( '. ('11DE CO.\UIODlTY AND DESTIXATION' 158 l<~XPORTS F.0.B. l!)ii4. QUAKTITY Dom es tic ReProduornini er rnt ~t. Kitts-Xe1is •.. ~t-. Lneia ~t. Yin.-T .IL ..'i;12-02. Ii ( '1.EA\':-:1-:,;1 : P1rnr. 11u T11 >);:-< \\ ' lTl-[c.>l"T ~t >Al' ( DETER<: E::ST:-:). An,l!11illa .-\ nti _ l!u n ... <:rena,la ~t. Kitts X P1 is ... ~t. L111 in ~1. \'i11< ( 1Jt Tt>T .\L \\'_-1,; 1 -::-:. l'<>1.1:-:1rn:-:. J'.-1:-:TI•::-:. Jl. \I ET . IL. (;LA:-I{ ClTIIEH JJ..\TEHLIL:-: .\11g11illn .-\11tig1Hl , ... J l11rni11i c ;1 (;n nwh :Vlo11ts( 1Tat I-It. Kitt~-X e , i,-; ... ~t. Lu('ia ~t. Yin t T. \L 56 DIVISION-FERTILISERS. MANUFACTURED. 561 Group-Fertilizers, Manufactured. . iii I-fl I XI'l'll.()(:E;Xtll'S FEH TILIZ.EHS A:\'D NITIW1:E);()l'S F1• : HTIL!ZER :V[ATEHI. \L (< >TIIER TH.\:\' ;\A'JTH.-\1 .) X.KS . .-~_,L\JO:'\ I L' .\J >"l'I.PHATE . Domini( il (;J'('lllldii TOT A L 24:{ 2-1-a :m2 :3!12 2iiu ;?;',ti 404 404 l21 l:!1 ;1;"54 ;1:14 l:W J:W f\24 H:!4 , ____ , __ _ __ , _ ________ _ _ __ , _____ -----2.7:W 1---1 ----------_______ . ____ _ l l l l 2,170 2 .170 1.7IG 1.71G :rn:i 3Hii 17l 171 44\1 44H -------4.SSI 4.:-:iSI , ____ --------1 ---------1--4(\ :J;{;{ :.!117 ti:.!O :.!41 fiSI :l:.!2 :.!71l l.017 3,7-1-:J ___ _ ____ , _ _ _ _______ , _______ _ T,,n Ton 40 2 40 2!)0 5 , 0H7 ri.:3;17 41i 3:J:l 207 u:W 241 681 :3:.?2 276 l,Oli :l , 74:{ 290 5 , 067 ;;_;357

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    ------------------------------.T .C . S.I Co DE CO1\L\10DITY DE8TIKATIO~ PH OSPHA TI C FERTILIZER S A::SD PHOSPHATIC FERTILIZER MATERIALS OTHER THAN NATURAL), IN CLUDIN G SUPERPHOSPHATES AND BASIC SLAG. 5 61-02 8U PERPH OSPH ATES . Domini c ,i . . . ToT _ .\.L ... 59 DIVISION-EXPLOSIVES AND MISCELLANEOUS CHEMICAL MATERIALS AND PRODUCTS. 591 Group-Explosives. 5 91-01.1 L OADED C.-1.RTRim:Es. Grenada T OTAL ... 5 91-01 .4 OTHER EXPLOSIVES. Trini d arl ... T OTAL .. . 91 0:l PY HOTEC H :\'ICAL ARTICLES . Yfontserrat T<> TAL ... 599 Group-Miscellaneous Chemical Materials and Products. 5 99-U l 8Y :-STJIET JC PLAST IC MA TERIA LS r:s BL OCK S. SHl cE'l'S. Roos . TUBl ~ S . P ow1rnR .um OTHER PR IMARY FnR~Is Anti)!na ... . .. T)n mini ea ... Grenada ... 8t. Kitt ,;-:\"e , i,; St. Luc-i a .. . St. Vin cent . . . Tu TA I . ... l;:59 Table 9 -f 'n11ti111ml. EXPO HTS F.0 . 8. I fLi-1. -------Ql JA NTITY LHXE :;; B.W.1 . Do me stic RrDom es ticRel'nit Produc e Export;; Total Prorl11c-e Exports Tota l ton 2 :2 l I:l 113 ton ) ., ll:{ 11:3 130 uo -60 tjO :201) -------;);) ;J;) -----;);) ;i.i ------Jd J;) i :2-l-:l u:i :2,:l n:i :271 :2, I :lOi" :m, HO (j() ---1 .2:2 !) 1.:2:2\J

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    1 60 Ta bl e 9-( ' ontiniu , ,l. EX PO RTS F .O.B . I o , ,4. Q C ANTI T Y VA L l' l ~ S!i B.W. I. ~ .I.T .C. COl \D IOD IT Y --CooE DES T IXAT IO N Dor,wstie R e D o nH tie Re Cnit Prod u ce Exports Tota. I P r od u c c Expo rt s Tota. I 599 -02 lXSE C TI C fD ES. FUN(HC ll>ES . ])rsD!FE C TANTS. I~CLUDI~G SHE E P AND CAT TL E DRESSINGS A"N" l l SIMI L AR PREPARA T ION~ Ang u i ll a . . . 74 i4 A ntig ua . .. . . . 5 3 5 i535 D omin i ca. .. . 1.192 1.1 92 G r ena< l a ;{27 327 Montse r rnt . . . 2 63 263 S t. K it t,s-K e vi R 1 .4 66 1 .466 St. L u eia. ... 1 6 0 ;" i fl7 i57 S t. \ ' in ce n t . .. 8 11 8 11 D utc-h \V est Irnli c~ :{3 3 : { ----TOTAL . .. I (i lJ ii.2 9 8 5.4i'i8 5 99-0 3. 2 (a) O TH ER C H EMICA L J'L \ TJ<:R I ALS AND PRO Dl"C T S S t . Luci a . .. :276 27fi 8t . Vi n ee n t . .. C H H I T OT AL .. . 337 : 33 7 (a) I nc lude s S . I.T. C. Ite ms 5 99-03 t o 59 9 -09.

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    S.I.T.C. cm1110DITY DESTIKATTOX 6 COD E SECTION-MAN UFAC TURED GOODS C LASSI FIED CHIEFLY BY MATE RIAL 61 DIVISION-LEATHER LEATHER MANUF AC TURES N.E.S. AND DRESSED FURS .611 Group-Leather 611-0l LEATHER TrinirhHI TOTAL 612 Group-Manufactures of Leather and Artificial or Reconstituted Leather, N . E.S. (not including Footwear and Clothing) (H2 0l. l }lACHI:--E LE . .\TJIER B1cLTl'.',(i , \:SI) OTHER ARTI CLE S OF L EATHEl'. :FOR l ~SE 1:-1 :.\L .\CHI NE RY :-lt. \"in l't> ll t 612 01.2 SADDLE! ( \' A:-D HAR NESS ;VlAKERS Goons <:rcnada :-lt. Ltll"in :-lt. Vim ent 612 01 . 3 lY L <\N lf l A C TURES OF LE A TH E R N'.KS. St. Lu t i a lGl EXPOllTS F.O.B. l\l;"i4 Ql'ASTITY --7 l) o m est i c I Re1 l1nit Produ c t Exports T ota. I lb. 172 Iii. -----11 ----Table 9-(Co11/i1111 e,I ) I I T>omestil' Produ ! 1---1t e Ex.ports Tot a l 234 I ---', --------__ __ _ _ , _ ___ ---4ti() ----1 ----------;300 :1011 6 :i 6[i :1S ,,s -----11---___ _ _ _ , _ _ ___ -!2:{ 4-2:1 --1---: -------------[04 104 104

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    1 62 Ta bl e 9 (Continul'd EXPORTS F . 0.B. Hl.i4 QUANTITY VALUE $ B .W.J. :-:;.I.T.C . COi\Ii\IODITY Corn , D ESTINAT T ON I I Prod u ce ReTotal Do m estic I ReUn it Pro duc e Exports Produ ce Ex port s Tota l -6 2 DI V ISIO N -R U BBER I MA NU FAC T U RES, N . E.S . 629 Group-Rubb e r Manufactured A r ti cl e s N.E. S . RUBBER T Y R l~S A)ID l TUBES FOR \ ' 1mICLES A::-!D AIRC RAFT 629 0 1. 2 O UTER CAS I ~(!S 1''0R MOTOR CARS Grenada ... No. 6 6 1 44 1 44 St. Lmin .. . ,, 12 12 3 62 362 St . V incP n t .. . ., 43 43 1,212 1 ,2 12 T O L \L .. . No. 61 61 1, 7 1 8 1,7 1 8 629 0 1.3 O UTER CA SD!W i ( GIANT) F OR T RllCKS, BUSES, TRAC T OHS RTC . : l'nited 1'. ing d om No. 19 I!) i l. 3 2 0 1 ,3 20 Domin i ca ,, ;) ;) 3.'50 35 0 Grenada .. . .. 18 18 1,290 1,290 St. L ucia . . . ,, (i (i 5 08 508 St. V incent ... ., 9 u 633 63 3 Unite d S tates of America . ... .. . , , 4 4 2 3 ,5 235 TOTAL .. . No. 61 61 4.3 3 6 4,336 629.0 1. 4.0 1 OUTER CAS I NOS FOR T RICARS , MOTOR CY CLES AND AUTOCYCLES Antig ua ... . . . No. l l 1 7 1 7 St. L ucia .. . ,, 2 2 46 46 St . V inc ent .. . ., 2 2 57 5 7 I T OTAL No. ! . .. :} ;) 1 20 1 2 0 629 0 1.4 .02 OUTER CASINf!S FOR BICYCLES rnited Kin !!dom No. 50 i'iO 80 80 St. Kit t s-K e i s ., 36 ;{(i ; 3;3 3,'5 TOTAL ... N o. 86 86 115 lHi 629 0 1.5 OUTER CASlNUS FOR O THER VE HIC LES I I St. K itt s -X e is .. . X o. 14 I 1 4 s> ) . TOTAL No. I-! I ... 1 4 8) ' ::p '~ -~ ------L___ ____ I

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    S.I.T.C. CODE COMMODITY DESTINATIOX EXPORTS F.O.B. Hlii-i lTnit l'11it QlTA:NTiTY Dume;:;tic RePn1rluce Export:-; Table 9-(('ontinued) \'ALCE S B.\Y.I. Domestic ReTotal Producl' Exports Total ----------------1--------_____ , ____ -------------629-01.!3 INNER Tum,;s FOR MOTOR CARS Grenadit St. Vincent TOTAL -01.7 INNER TUBES (GIANT) J<'OR TRVCKs, Bmrns, TRACTORS ETC. Dominic.L St. Luci,t St. Vincent TOTAL 629-0U,.01 lNNtR TUBES FOR TRICARS. MOTOR CYCLES ANIJ AUTO CYCLES St. Luci;i 1\JTAL 629-01. 8 .02 INNER TUBES H)R BICYCLES St. Vincent TOTAL 629-02 (a) HYGIENIC '.\fEDICAL & SURGICAL ARTICLES OF RUBBElL (NOT I::-!CLUD ING Tum:s) A:ND OTHER '.\:lANUFACTFRES SCWT AND 1--IARD RUBBER :N.E.S. Antigua Dominica Grena
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    S .I.T.C. CODE CO:\I:\10D ITY DE8TINATfO~ 63 DIVISION-WOOD AND CORK MANUFACTURES (EXCLUDING FURNI TURE) 631 Group-Veneers, Plywood, Boards, Artificial or Recon stituted Wood and Other Wood, Worked N.E.S. 631-01 (a) YE~EER:'-. PLYWOOD BOARDS E'l'C. Trinidad TOTAL 632 Group-Wood Manufac tures N .E.S. 6:t~-U3. \l MANUFACTURES OF \YuoD X .E.S. Cnitecl Kingclom Cnitecl States of America, TOTAL 633 Group-Cork Manufactures 6:l:l-111.:~ RoTTLE CoRKs lTnitcd Kingrl< ,m Antigua ... Dominic,t Grenacla Montsc,1Tat St. Kitts-1\eYi~ ... St. Lucia f-,t. Vincent Trinidarl Trt~ Total Table 9-(('1mti1111ed) LUXES H.\Y.L Dorne~til Produce Re ExportH 1-iO 140 JO I (ll I Total 140 40 --------1--------1-----1---------------[JO I 1-t.O ----------------11-----------'---------(a) Incluci2s S.IT.C. Items 631-01 to 631--09.

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    .. E .X POK TS F . 0 . B. Hlii4 -----------------------------------------------QFAXTITY S.I.T.C. COMMODITY CODE DESTINATION I nonwstic Pnit Proch1ce 641-02.1 (a) OTHER PAPER IN ROLLS AND SHEETS. FOR PRINTING (OTHER THAN NEWSPRINT) AND WRITING Antigua ... . .. British Guiana ... Dominica ... Grenada ... Montserrat ... St. Kitts-Ne,is St. Vinc-ent ... Tortola ... ... Trinidad ... ---TOTAL . .. Ml-02.2 PAPER FOR ,VRAPPIN<: Antigua ... ... Dominica ... Grenad1L .. . Montserrat ... St. Kitts-NeYis St. Lnc-ia ... St. Vincent ... Trinidad ... TOTAL ... -04 (b) PAPER AND PAPERBOARDS N.E.S. United Kingdom Antigua ... ... Dominica ... Grenada ... St. Kitts-Nevis St. Lucia ... St. Vincent ... Triniclacl ... FrenC'h ,vest, Indies TOTAL ... 42 Group-Articles made of Pulp of Paper and of Paperboard 642-01.l PAPER BAGS Anguilht ... Antigua ... ... Domini cit ... Grernufa ... l\Iontserrat ... St. Kitts-Nevis St. Lucia ... St. Vincent ... Virgin Islands of United States of America ... TOTAL ... ---- •(a) in~ludes S.I.T.C. I .ems 641-02 and 641-03 . .Cb) Inclu.1es S.I.T.C. Ilems 641-04 to 641-19. ReExports Total . -----Table 9-(f '011ti1111er/) ------VALl.E :;; B .,r.r. D,Jmestic Re!'rorluce Expmts Tota.I Hii4 liM ;'}3 5;3 416 416 IJ:) 65 fi9 fl!) .H)fi 496 Im fi() ;);3 ;),) 19 I!) I . SH5 1.885 7ii:3 7:'i:3 1)4-! G44 !117 917 470 470 !l74 H74 I.7S:) I. 78;) 750 750 [;j Iii f-i.:31 )8 li.30S l .:3;'55 1.3;);) I l ;3 ll:l :!.77 :!.77 ;322 322 150 150 145 14!) 48 48 Hl3 19;3 :!;)8 2,1S -2.:--fil :!..813[ 2:!. 22 1.60H l.61Yl 120 12; l :'i75 57,3 IA70 1.470 :!7H 27S 1.2:-rn 1.28:3 fi44 644 47 47 6.()48 6.048

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    16G Table 9(Continn e d) EXPORTS F.O.B. 19:i-! ---QUAN TITY 'iTALlTE s B .W . I. s '.I.T.C. COMMODITY CODE DESTINATION Domestic ReDomestic: ReUnit Pror lu ce Exports Total Prod u ce Exp o rt s T ota l 642-01.2 CARDBOARD BOXES AND O THER CoN TAIN ERS OF PAPER OR CARDBOARD Unit ed Kingdom 9.776 9,776 Trinidad ... 5 5 TOTAL ... 9 , 781 9,781 642-02 (a,) OTHER ARTICLES MAD E OF PULP . PAPER AND PAPER B O ARD f .(J. ENVELOPES. EXERCISE BooK s. CIGARET TE PAP ER CUT TO S IZ E FOR C H : , \RETTES United Kin gr lom 700 700 Antigua . .. ... 100 1.194 l.2 94 British Gu i ana, ... 397 397 Dominica ... 14 1,302 1 , 3 1 6 Gre11ad1t ... 2f> 1.143 1 , 1 68 M o nts err a t ... :399 399 St. Kitts -Nevis :l8 2 , 088 2,126 St. Lu r in, ... 1 , 960 1.960 H t. Vimcnt ... '.H:! 2.140 2 . 4 82 T o r to la .. . . .. ;i4 54 Trinid a ,l . .. 198 1 98 T O TA L . .. 5 1!) lU i75 12 , 094 ---6 5 DIVISION-TEXTILE YARN, FABRICS, MADE UP ARTICLES AND RELATED PROD UCTS 6 51 Group-Te x tile Yarn and Thread tfil-0 l TH ROW~ SrLK A~D OTH ER SILE YARN AND TH READ (1:-CLIJDI:'.'W SCHAPP } ! AN'D BOURET TE) British G uia.im ... In 1G 8t. Vinc e n t ... 7 7 Trinidad ... 118 11 8 TOTAL ... J-!l 141 (a) Includ es S.I.T.C. Item s 642-02 to 642-09.

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    Hi7 Table 9-(( '011tin11er/) EXPORTS F.0.B. Wf"i4 -----Ql'_.\_;_,TITY YAJXE s B.W.f. S.I.T.C. COl\11\lODITY Domestic ReDomestic L::CeCODE DESTIKATIOX l'nit Produce Exports Total Produce Exports Total ---~----651-0:} COTTON YARX AND THREAD. GREY. (UXBLEAC'Htm) XOT :\IERC'EIUZE!l Unitl'.;1IH I Dutch \Yest Irnlies .. 14.!ll S lJ.\11 s t~!}.S;) J~ (j\J.S.ii FrP11d1 vV C'St ] ndie;; ';} 7,i :?SS :2SS ------T,vnL ... lh. -:? I 6.-l-!l:? :?lt3.-W:2 7S l .;i:~:~ 7S I .fi:tl ---~ -----~-6iH-07 (a) i'ARN OF TEXTILE FIBRES. N.E.S. INCL\T])]','(; PAPER YAR',' . .\:-;I) YAR:'s MIXED \\Tl'H :\lETAL i ,Jamairn ... ... I :?i I :21 I TOTAL ... I 211 :? I I I ' (a) Includes S.I.T.C. Items 651-07 and 651-09.

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    168 Table 9-(Continued) EXPORTS F.O.B. 1954 QUAi~TITY VALUE $ B.W.I. S.I.T.C. COMMODITY Com: DESTINATION Domestic I HeDomestic Rel'nit Produce Exporb Total Produce Exports Total I 652 Group-Cotton Fabrics of Standard Type not including Narrow and Special Fabrics 6ti2-0l. l (a) COTTON PIECE Gocms l'nitecl Kingdom sq. _nl. 1.rm1 1.591 l.307 1,307 lb. 848 848 l\ngnilln, ... sq. ~-cl. 17,969 l 7,9(i9 8,848 8,848 lb. 4,144 4,144 Antigua ... ... sq. _vcl. 7!i.4uo 7 !i,4{30 54,387 !54,387 lb. rn.298 rn,wt1 British Gniann, ... sq. _nl. 4:3.732 43.7:32 18.211 18.211 lb. 11 Ji02 11./502 Dominic-a ... sq. _nl. 18.-Hrn 18.45:3 8,380 8,:380 lb. 4,H2G 4.!l2ti Grernuh ... CJ. yd. 7,8:H 7.8:H 4.262 4,262 lb. 2.:32/5 2.:t~ii 1Iontserrat ... sq. ~cl. 12.:327 12.:327 !i.2.33 5,253 Jb. :U23 3,22:3 St. Kitts-Nevis ... sq. ~-cl. !5,4 77 5,477 2,242 2,242 lb. 1,044 1,044 St. Lucia, ... sq. _vd. 17.7:30 17.7:30 6,593 6,593 lb. 3.iil 2 3.ii 12 St. \'ineent ... sq. _nl. 32.(i03 32.fl03 15,345 15,345 lb. 7.:349 7.349 Tortola :-;q. yd. I :3,029 3.()29 1,912 1,912 ... ... lb. 902 002 Trini(hd ... sq. yd. :3,070 3,()70 2,297 2,927 I lb. l,57fi 1,575 Virgin Islands of the United States of America ... sq. yd. 1,1 !i l 1,151 872 872 lb. 448 448 Dutch \Vest Indies sq. ycl. n.95!i 9.955 !i.214 5,214 lb. 2.:341 2.341 French West Indies ... ... fiq. yd. 1.041 1.0-il 333 :3:3:3 lb. 160 160 To'l'AL ... :-;q, ycl. 251,4 UJ 251,41!) 13 :'i.4!56 135,4ii6 lb. 60.5H7 60.597 ---~ ti53 Group-Textile Fabrics of Standard Type (not including Narrow and Special I Fabrics) Other than Cotton Fabrics 65:3-01 SILK FABRICS St. Kitts-Nevis ... fi(J. _ycl. 8 8 16 1(3 lb. 2 2 French West Indies ... sq. ~rl. {30 60 50 i50 lb. l[j 15 TOTAL ... sq. _nl. 08 I G8 t3{3 fit) lb. 17 17 (a) 652-01.1 and 652-01. 2 include S.I.T.C. Items 652-0T and 652-02.

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    169 Table 9-(( 'ontinued) EXPORTS F.O.B. 19ii4 QUANTITY VALUE s B.W.I. s .I.T.C. COMMODITY CODE DESTINATION Domest.ic ReDomestic ReUnit Produce Exports Total Prorluc-e Ex"f)orts Total ~--653-02 W'ooLLEN AND \VoRSTED FABRICS (INCLCDING FABRICS OF FINE HAIR A11tigua ... ... sq. yd. 12 12 78 78 lb. 4 4 St. Kitts-Nevis ... sq. y3:3 !l.:"i:3:3 I :i.!Hil 5JlHI lh. :!.:!S7 2.287 Grenada ... sq. yd. t,'i.mis L'i.U98 u.,i:;4 (Li,i-1 lb. :3_21rn :t2fi:3 :\lontserrat sq. yd. [;j,;"ji'0 Li.,Yi0 7.:3:38 7.3:38 lb. :u:rn :u3n St. KittR-Xevis ... sq. ~-
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    --.C. COMMODITY 1--i.I.T Co DE DESTINATION n,i :l-09 FABRICS X.E.S. IXCLFDI'\G FABRICS MADI, OF COARSE HAIR AND PAPER YARN Montserrat ... St. Kitts-Nevis ... Stores ... ... TOTAL ... 654 Group-Tulle, Lace, Embroidery, Ribbons, Trimmings and other Small Ware. >+-01 (a) TULLE. LACE E:VlBROIDERY. l{IBBUXS. Tm:v1M1xu,.; AXD OTHERi S:VIALL WARE. Anguilla ... Antigua ... British Guiana ... Dmninica ... Grcnncla ... St. Kitts-:\ e\is ... St. Luri,, ... Trinidad ... tnikd Staks of Amerir-a ... \irgin Islands of l'nited States of Anwriea ... Dutd1 West Indies Frend1 \Vest Indies TuTAL ... 655 Group-Special Textile ... Fabrics and related Materials. 65 5-06. l Twnrns. Dominica ... Gre1mda ... ,Tama.l.i::_•a ... . .. Montserrat ... St. Kitts-Nevis ... St. Lucici ... Stores ... ... ... 170 EX PORTS F.O.B. 19i'iJ. --QUANTITY Domestic HeUnit Produce Exports ----(a) Includes S.I.T.C. Items 654-01 to 654-04. Table 9-('ontinued. -VALUE $ B.W.I. Domestic ReTotal Procluee Exports Total 104 104 -2H2 262 L"iO L"iO :iW ;jlfi 7 7 -.J-7 47 -4fiii 4H:"i 22!1 229 17:i 17ii -+88 488 -Li rn :3.33.J. i'i.:3:34 100 100 171 171 40,"i 40:"i 1.21:i L.21:3 8.Gii I 8.6;31 I ;)() .'50 477 I 20;"i 682 326 :326 rn 16 Hi 16 120 120 107 107 I ---803 514 1,317

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    S.I.T.C . CODE COMMODITY DE ST I NATION 655 06.2 Ro PE A);D CABLES Domini ca ... Grenad a ... ... Store s .. . . .. TOTAL ... f>55-06.03 M Co H AXGFACTCRES OF RDAGE (N.E.S. UJ. AMM0CKS E'l'C . ) Grenad a ... ... St. Lucia ... Dutt-h W est Indies TOTA L ... 655-09 SP ECJAL PRODUCTS OF TE AN AI XT IL E :\ L<\.TERIA L S l) RELATED MATERI ,S, X.E.S . Anguilla . . . ... Antigua ... ... Dom ini<•,. ... C:rernula .. . ... ~Ionts enat ... St. Ki ttsX es i s ... St. Lu c ia ... St. \ ' in ce nt ... Tortol a .. . ... Pnitwl States of America ... Dutc-h West [ndi l'S Store s ... ... TOTAL .. . 656 Group-M wholly tile (N Clothin ade up Articles or chiefly of Te x . E.S.) other than g and Footwear. 656-01 BA GS AX0 SACKS FOR CKIXG NEW OR PA Us 'ED. British Guia11,. Domini c,. ({rcnacb f,;t, Kitts-N ev i s St. Lu St. Vincent Dutc-h Guiana TOTAL ... ... ... ... .. . ... ... ... I 171 Table 9 -( C'ontinu.ecl) EXPORTS F.0.B. Hlil4 QUAXTITY VALl'E •. B.\V.I. Dome sti(' ReDomestic H eC ni t Pr od u ce Exports Total Pro d u ce Exorts Tota.I lb. 26ii :!65 1 :33 1; 33 .. 118 118 71 71 " 14 , 87 1 14.871 7.:3 7.346 lb. l ti.254 15.:!;H 7.;350 7, ;3ii() 48 4 8 4 l .![ 144 144 :!33 2:3;3 111 l 11 203 :!03 1.04H L,048 1 . 148 l.148 :?8fi 285 :mii :30;5 4t>7 4,;7 I . 1 S ti l.lH6 23 :!:3 40 40 4;3 4:3 Li4 Li4 ;'j, 00:3 ,'i,00:3 I I doz. (i.8:":i7 6.857 lH.1:39 18.1:3!) ., l.109 1.109 4.80! 4,80! .. 492 492 1 .928 1.928 .. 22fi :!2G 1 ,038 1,06 8 .. 2.979 2.979 10 .46:1 I 0.4fi3 .. 2.6,8 2.fi78 11 .2f)(i IU96 .. ;3 00 ;3(10 :!.160 2. 16 0 --I ,loz. 14 .84 I 1--1.8 41 4!1 .8;5S 49,858 -----

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    17 2 EXPORTS F.O . B. 1954 . .. . Q UANTIT'iS.I . T.C . COMMOD I TY CODE DESTINATION Do m estic ReUnit Pr odu ce Expo rt s 656-02 (a) MADE UP ARTICLES OF T EXT IL E MA T ER !ALS N. E. S . Un ited Kin gdom Ca n a dit .. . . . . Antigua . . . . . . Br i t i s h G u ia n a ... Dom in ic,t .. . Gre n a d a . . . M o ntser ra t . .. St. Kitt sN evis St. L uc i a . .. St. V in cent ... D u tc h West In d i es P u e rto R i co ... St ores . .. ... T O T AL . .. 657 Group-Floor Coverin ~ s and Tape s tries 657-0 1 (b) CARPETS, CARPET TINt: , FLO O R Ruos AND TA PESTR IES U nited Ki ngdom Ca n a d a . . . . .. Berm ud a , .. . B ri tis h G u iana . . . Do mini en , . .. G r e nada . .. Ja mai c, 1 . . . .. . St . Ki tts-Kev i s Tri nirl a< l .. . C ni ted States of A m e ri ca . .. V i rg in l s l ancls o f U nited States o f A m er i ca .. . D u tch West Inclies Fre n c h West Indies Ye n ez u e l a .. . TO'rA L . .. 657-04 LI~OLEUM AND SIM I L . IB PRODUCTS S t . Lu c i a . .. Fre nch W est Ind i e s T 01'AL ... _ .. ( a ) Includ es S . I.T . C . It ems 65 6 -02 to 65 6 -09. (b) Includ es S . I . T . C. It ems 657-01 to 657-03 . Table 9(('ont i nu e d) ,-ALC E $ B.W . I. D omestic Re Total Pr oduce Ex por ts Tota l 407 4 07 103 LO:{ 41 8 4 1 8 1 30 1 30 1 ,810 1.8 10 830 8 30 10 5 105 1.603 1. 603 61 7 6 1 7 1.749 l.749 84 84 4 !i 46 23,671 23, 671 3 1. 5 73 3 1 ,573 125 125 1 30 1 3 0 78 78 2 0 20 25 0 250 117 117 121 121 314 ;314 22{i 2 26 1 .53:i 1.:3: 3 ; "> 15 0 1 5 0 11 0 110 3fi 35 668 !i68 --3,879 3 .879 13 13 42 42 55 55

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    S.I.T.C. CODE COMMODITY DESTINATION 173 EXPORTS F .O.B. 1954 l"nit QUA~TITY Dom es ti c Produ(' e R e Exports Table 9-(Continu ed) YAIXE S B.W.I. D o m es tic Re Total Prndu(' e Exports Tot a l ---------------1 ---1--------1------____ , ___ _ 66 DIVISION-NON-MET AL LIC MINERAL MANU FACTURES N.E.S. 661 Group-Lime, Cement and Fabricated Building Ma terials except Glass and Clay Materials 661-01 Lnrn , 661-02 661-03 (a) Antigua ... British Guiana Domini c ,t Grernula :\[onts e rrat St. Lucfa St. Vinc en t TOTAL C'EME:-ST Domini ea Urenada :\Iont se rrat St. Vincent Trinidad TOTAL ... ... ... ... ... ... BUILDING A ND Mo Nu MENTAL (IhME NSION ) STONE . WORKED , BUILDING MATERIALS OF ASBESTOS CE ME NT AND OF UNFRIED NON-METALLIC ~hNERALS N .E.S. (EXCLUDING CLAY AND GLASS Antigua ... . .. Briti s h G uiana . . . Domini ca , ... T01.'AL .. . 662 Group-Clay Construction Materials and Refractory Construction Materials 662-01.1 (b) BRICKS Domini ca .. . Gremul,t .. . St. Lucia ... St . . Vinc e n t .. . T O TAL ... ton ton cwt .. .. .. .. cwt doz. .. .. doz . 3 6 .5 77 8fi 121 2 18 7 6 , 81:3 I 1.s:n Li0 24 30 10 2.051 lti 267 ;38 19H i i40 6 . 577 Sii 121 2 18 7 l.837 150 24 30 10 2,051 l6 267 ; 'j8 1!}9 5-!U I 200 91 ,8 85 2.352 3.933 42 l.418 449 HHl . 27!} 480 480 ;3.883 4:i9 71 !)() :{] 6Jj:34 541 1.160 1,701 42 S94 179 410 220 91 , 885 2,352 :J.933 42 l,4IR 44!) l 00.279 fi.883 459 71 no :n 6.;i:34 541 U60 4SO 2 , 181 42 S94 179 -!IO _ ________ _ _ _ _ _ __:. _________ ..;. ____ :...._ ___ ...,__ _ _ _ _:_ _ __ _ __:__ __ __ _ (a) Includes S.I.T . C. Items 661-03 and 661-09. (b) Includes S.I.T.C. Items 662-01 to 662-03.

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    17-! EX PO RTS F.O .B . 1!)54 QUANTITY S.I.T.C. c mIMODITY CODE DESTIXATION Domestic R e "C" nit Pro du ce Exports 663 Group-Mineral Manufac tures, N.E.S. not includ ing Clay and Glass. u6:l-O I (:L) l\1J::SERAL ::vfA.\TFACTe RES N . KS. NO T rn CL l-DI :SG C L AY A:N" D GLASS I' . (f.. AllRAS l VE C'L <>T HS, GRADI::--!G A :Sll Pousttr:--:c \ VHRELS . JtEFRA< :T0 R Y PR ODU CTS . Dominica ... Gr e na < la . .. M onts erra t .. . St. Lucia .. . ~t. Vineent ... T<>TAL ... 664 Group-Glass . 664-01 (b) GLASS. Ant ig mL . .. .. . D om ini ca ... Gr c mula .. . St . Kitts-N e \is ... St . Lucia ... St . V in cent . .. TOTA L ... 665 Group-Glassware. I 665-0 1 BoTT L E8, FLA S KS A"!'.D OTH ER CON TA INE RS . STO PP ERS A:N"D CLO!-;URES OF COMMON GLASS BLOW :N". P RES SED OR MOULD ED BU T :N"0T OT HERWI SE \\ T ORKED. Antigua ... ... D om inica ... Grenada ... Montserrat . .. St. Kitts Nevis . .. St . Lu c i a ... St . V inc e nt .. . Trinirlad ... TOTAL ... -(a) Includes S.I.T .C . It ems 663-01 to 663-09. (a) Includes S.LT.C. Items 664-01 to 664-09. Table 9-(Cont i nurd) YAU ' F, $ B.W. I. -Dom es tic: ReTota Pr or lu ce Expo r ts T ota l --369 369 -4iifi .j.;"j / j a :3 l()fi IOii 1S 8 I. SH 1.1:!l I . I:! L --rn, 1 67 5:W ri:W 70 70 :3M : 3:H 79 79 499 49!1 1.695 l ,H9;'i --I 7 7 7:3 73 i i08 5 08 14 14 49 49 44 44 :ma :31-}3 90 9 0 ---l.17H l. l 7H

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    T a bl e fJ 1 'r,n ti11 //l'rl . EXPOR T S F.O.B. m-,-1. -. ---Ql'A};TITY , . ..\ I X!•; s 1 n r .1. S .I.T.C . C O!\ L\IODI TY -~ -----1 I Conr-: DE:-;T I :'\ATIO); D omesticI le-l )omesti c.: Re1. n it l'rocluc-e Expo r ts Total Prod n ee E xpor1 T ota l 66502 GL AS:-; TA BLE \Y . .\ RE A'.\. , 0 'l' HER .-\ RTICLES OF G L ASS FOR Hon, 1 , : HO LD Ho TEL A ND RE:-;'J'A l!RA N T U: rn . U n ite< l Kingl l u rn ;ill Ca nad a .. . . . . :2H Ang uil la ... 1:28 An ti gua . . . ... 4 1 8 Do m ini ca . .. :?;JS Gre n ada ... 77;', Mo n tserrat . .. ... :3:?.} S t. K ittsN e \ i;; . . . :-,> . t,t. V in cent ... I f)'.{ Tortola .. . . . . :,11 D utch \ Ve st I ll([ies 204 F r ench \Vest Jndie,; ;; ; i -TOTA L ... :2 .--1-88 2 .-l-SS ---66/i0!) AR 'l'J('L ES MAD E OF Gr,.-1.:-;s N .E.S. I l )o m ini c, t .. . -,I Ur cn ada . .. -13 i\Io 11 tserra.t .. . i -. .. I :1;::; St. K itt .S -~(a , is .. . -tiS St . Lu cia . .. lfl :-;t. V ince nt ... -... I:? --TOTA L .. . I -111. -; l-11:0, 666 Group-Pott e ry. fi!ilH) l ( a ) TAB L E . \'.'I l) < >THE I { I 1-I,n r:-; 1 :;HOL]) ( IS C'Ll" D I '.\<: H,n1 , ; 1, AX ll R 1 ,;:-;• _. \ FIU:'.\"T A1 n1< ' LE.~ <>F O1a >I XARY \\" RC'EL A IX). ln ited T,i11 g d om )( Kl Ca 1 rncht . .. . . . -;j;j A nti gua . .. . . . -... i f\ Br iti sh G ui a n a ... :JU:! Grenada ... :!O: { -St . K ittsXe Y i s ... IO St. V ince n t .. . fl( ) :,? i l .-l To r tola .. . . .. ;J Tr ini dad . .. ..J.S Cn i ted St a tes of A m e r i c-a ... aoo 4H9 F ren e h \rt•s t Tn rl ie;s l lfi TOTAL ... l. O l S l. 0:20 (a) Includ es S . I.T . C . rt em s 6 66-0[ to 66 6 -0 3.

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    T a ble 9 -Continued. EXPORTS F . O.B. 1 9M. ----------I QU A NTITY V . \IX E s B .W.I. S.IT.C'. CO:\E\lO DlT Y -~I CODE DE8TTNA TIO N Do me s ti c ReDom estic R e Un it P roduc e Expo rts Tota l Prorlu ce Export s T o tal 67 DIVISIO N S IL V ER, PLATI NUM , GE M S A ND JEWELLERY. 673 Group-J e w e llery and Goldsmith 's and Sil v er smith' s W a res. 6i30l , JEWELLE RY OF GoLD. SIL V ER AND P LATINU M, \ GROUP lVIET A L S AND 1 . GOLDSM I T H S' AND SILVERSM ITH ' S W ARES INCJXDlXG SET GEMS (EXC~:l'T " ' A TCH CASES). Un it e d Ki ng< l om 200 2 00 St. V in cent .. . 4iH 4 /il T rinid ad .. . 5 . 840 5,8 4 0 Un i ted States o f Am er ica .. . 25 0 25 0 V irgin I s l ands of U nited States o f A m e ri ca ... :m1 3 01 T O T AL .. . 7 , 0 4 2 7 , 0 42 -67 302 IMITATIO N ,J EWELLERY (,J 1<1 WELL ERY NOT OF PREC IO US OR SEMI PRECIOUS MATER I ALS ) . Vi r g in I s l ands o f U nited States o f A merica ... ... 768 768 T OTAL .. . 7 6 8 768 -68 DIVISIO N -BASE METALS. 681 Group-Ir o n and Steel. mn o 4 ,JOISTS , GmnERS. A::'\'GLE S H APES . SE C TIOXS . BARS. CoxCRETE R E I XFOR CE ;-.rnxT Rou:-,v s I~CLUD IXG TUB E R OU:N'DS AND SQUARES. U n ite d K i n gdo m 1.0 00 1,000 An ti g t rn . .. . . . 270 27 0 D<> minic a . . . 19 19 Gre na
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    1 77 Table 9(('on tinu e d) EXPORT~ F. 0 . B. 19 , H QUA NTITY VALL -E $ B.W.I. S.l.T .C . C o:\I:\[ ODIT Y CODE DESTI~ATIOX Dom est i c ReDomes ti c Rel'nit Proc lu ce Exp orts Total Prod uce Exports Total 681-07 PL ATES AND SHEET S . COA T ED ( .ff .. GALVAN• IZl ,D H.OOFING) Antigua ... . .. 7 7 Gr e nada . . . 139;; (i9:3 :Monts e rrat ... 171 1.71. TOTAL Wi3 s~ ) ... ( ,., -681-13 (a) STEEL TUBES AND FITTI NGS WHETHER ,VELD ED OR DRAW N, PIPES AND FITTINGS CAST. WHETHER GREY i IRON OR :MALLEABLE I IRON I Domin.ica . . . I 62:J 62a Grenada ... I 85fi 8fi(l St. Luci a I )•)-) 222 .. . I Stores . . . . .. I l 11 ll l TOTAL ... UH2 l .812 I ! .;s2 Group-Copper I 68201 (b) COPPE R A:SD ALLOY S REF INED. NO T REFINED . UN \\"R OCGHT OR WR(>lTHHT (BAR S. Rons , PLATES . SHE ET,:, ; \VIR E PIPES . T UBES. CAST INGS AN D FORC lINGS) Ant i g: ua ... ... f;j!) 1:39 Domin i en . .. ~ o, 807 Grena da . .. ns 9S :Vfontse 1-rat ... i 7 St. Lucia ... 2.-HiP 2. -1!3!1 St. Vi ll<' P llt 2S l i 281 ... Stor es ... . . . -:t:l-! I :{.:l-!I --Stores . . . . . . 7 . 1132 7 . 1 62 684 Group-Aluminium 684-01 (c) ALU.'.lffSIUM . .\ND ALI L 0YS REFINED. NOT RE F I NED, t'X WRO UGH.T OR WROUGHT (BAR S, RODS , PLATE S. SHEETS. WIRE. PIP ES T UBES , CAS TINGS AND FoR Gixns) Dominic,L ... 4 0 40 Trinidad ... 1,:5()() 1, 500 T OTAL . . . L'.i-!il 1,5 40 I ; (a) Include s S . I.T . C. Item s 681-13 and 681-14 . (b) 682-01 and 682-0 2 . (c) 684-01 and 684-02 .

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    S . 1.T . (' . C oin :; ('OJl::\iOIHTY DESTl : \'ATTON 178 l t X POR'.l ' S l!l:"54 . Ql1ANTITY ll o nwsti< Produce> Export,; VALPE g B.W.l. Tot a l Pl'()clu< Exports , Total ---------! ----_ _ _ _ _ , _ ___ -----685 Group-Lead m,.'5-01 (a) LEAD A:-;D ALLOYS RE FlXED . ~OT RE FIXED . lTX\\"ROU<:H'J' rm \VROl : GHT ( JhRs Roos . Pr.ATES , fiH E :TS. \\'mE. PT P l-:S Tl Til ES, CA,-,'l'INUS A XD F) T e, AC'ill ALLoY:,; HEF1:-;E1, . XOT 1{1;. FI XJ,ll. l1N\\"IWFC:IIT Oil \VROITGHT (B.u is, HODS . PLATES. SH EETS. \V11rn. P1ris s. Tl B 1::,;. ( 'A :-, TJX< ::-; A:--; D Fom:i :-.c:s) Dorninic;c TOTAL 689 Group-Miscellaneous Non Ferrous Base Metals fiS9-(ll (e) i \hs C ELLANl.;QFS Xox-F1 : nRoL s B_-1.si-: ::\lE T ALS l)ominiea St. Lucia TOTAL 69 DIVISION-MANUF AC TURES OF METALS 691 Group-Ordnance fi!ll 0::!. l H.1 ,VOLVE HS. PIST OL S A~D H1FLES Antigua Clrenada ~t. l\itt s-Xe , i s 1:lt. Luc-ia 1:lt. \'illC-('llt TOTAL ----_ _ __ , _ __ ___ ----, -----30 ---1 ---1 -----[----:m :WO ::!17 ::!17 I ___ _ __ , ____ --------------' ---:i",1. . ) 7 7 : ) " " :; I 417 1 _ _ 4 _ 17 _ _ ! I_\O IW I 2:~r; \Hi :m (a) Tnclud es S.I.T.C. It ems 685-01 and 685-02. (b) 687-01 and 687-02. (c) 689,01 and 689-02.

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    S.l.T.C. Cmm 691-0:3 CO.\L\WJ HTY J)ESTIKATfOK PlW.J ECTl LES A'-' l> A11nn::-.1T10'-'. FILLED OR CXFILLED EXCEPT HuNTrNu AND SPORT• 1Nf: AM:\1tT);ITION St. Kitts-NeYis St. L\l(ia f--t. Villc-ent T STRFf'TF RAL PARTS MADE OF JR()'.', (II{ STEEL [NCIXDl);G AssE~J BLED STIWCTl-RES British ( ;uiana l),,millic-a ({rcn,Hla .\I,mtsLnat St. Kitts-Nevis St. Lucia St. \'inTH Dominica Grenada }fontserrat St. Kitts-Xevi8 St. Ln"ia Trinidad TOTAL 179 EXPORTS F.O.H. l!li+ QlTAXTfTY Dumestil" lfrFnit l'rndmc Exports , Total (a) Indudes S.l."i'.C. Item 699-05 and 699-06. Table 9-(f '011ti111ml) \'AlXF: B.\\".l. l>omcst j n PP rm lucl' E.'l:ports Total -., ,_ --) ,~ fiO 60 IOS 108 ---:2.J.O :2JO :w :rn l.,'>S:2 1Ji8:2 !ll 8 !l18 .iJ :iJ 1 ;{( I L:{o 1 .:27!l l.:279 :2.8:2.J. :2.8:24 :2:iO :2GO 70 70 !JO !HJ l. 7 ,'>\l 1.7 ;j!) ---S . 9Sf) S .!)Sti 7 7 -t 4 10:! lll:2 ;30 ;30 :!(\;j :!(\;"j 7 7 -J.Li +LG I

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    I T. C . CO:\tli\IOD ITY S.I. ('( >DE DE!-:iTI~ ATJON 99 -07 NAIL S. Bours . Nl " l'S. " ! ASHERS. RIVETS . SCRE W S . AND SIMILAR ARTICLES OF AL L BAS E }IETALS Ant i gua . . . ... Do minica .. . Gre n a d tL ... St. KittsNevis St. Lucia ... St. Vincen t ... Triniclacl .. . St . ores . . . . . . TOT AL . .. 6 9908 N E.El>LES AND PI!lrxc: SETS OF H AN[) TnoLs) TO<>LS F<>R ;\fA C HINES AND H A N D IMPLEMENTS. Il\" C: LL T DL'W AGRICl'L'lTHE 6 H9l~ . l Ac;RICC LTUHAL T oo r,:-; Dom ini ca . .. Gre nad a . .. St. Vincent .. . Triniclad ... Fnn ch \V est Indie:-; TOT AL . . . 6 99U.9 OTHER TOOLS An tigua ... . .. Br itish Gui ana ... Grena d a . .. St . Kitt sX eY i s St. Luei a .. . S t. Vincent ... F reneh \V est Indi e s T OTAL . . . -180 Table 9(('ontinu e d) EXPOR TS F . O . B. l954 QUANT ITY Y ALl'.E Si •. B.W . J. Domestic I Re Dom e s ti c Rt•l'11i t Pro duc e Expor ts Tot a l Produ ce Exports Total 140 140 5 67 fi67 251 25 1 180 180 72 72 139 139 16 16 636 6:36 2.001 :2.001 I 59 fi9 264 264 I 29 29 fi l 51 48 48 65 6fi 47 47 1.306 l,:m6 60 60 :w 30 :36 36 l.99;"i l.99fi I I I I l.5-1 .1 : 3 4 fi90 (i90 7;3 ,:l l.45:2 l.45:2 1.219 l.2H) :3 , 588 3 , 588 4 4 14 14 l:.!4 1:24 3 H 140 140 240 240 468 468 99,3 99:3 -

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    181 Table 9-(Co11ti1111ed) EXPORTS F.O.B. IDS!" QUANTITY \-ALFE g B.W.I. S.I.T.C. CO)lMODITY \ CODE DESTINATION Domestic ReDomestic RelTnit Produce Exports Total Produce Exports Total 699-13 (a) HOUSEHOLD lhENSILS OF ALL METALS WHETHER OR NOT ENAMELLED Anguilla ... rn 16 Antigua ... l --) 162 ... a~ Dominica ... 139 139 Grenada ... 128 128 Montserrat ... 18 18 St. Kitts-Nevis 86 86 St. Lucia ... 102 102 St. Vincent ... 84 84 Dutch \Vest Indies 3:3 33 French \Vest Indies 228 228 TOTAL ... 986 986 699-16 (b) TABLE AND KITCHEN KNIVES. FORKS AND SPOONS OF BASE METALS INCLUDING PLATED. CUTLERY. N.E.S. Anguilla ... ... 14 14 Antigua ... . .. 240 240 Domini cit ... 170 170 Grenada ... 22:5 225 Montserrat ... 22 22 St. Kitts-Nevis 210 210 St. Lucia ... 170 170 St. Vincent ... 74 74 Dutch \Vest Indies 20 20 Germany (Western) ... 697 697 TOTAL ... 1,842 1.842 699-18 (c) HARDWARE OF METAL (LOCKS, PADLOCKS. SAFETY BOLTS. KEYS FITTINGS FOR Doom,. \VINDOWS. FURNITURE VEHICLES. TRUNKS, SADDLERY ETC. United Kingdom 163 163 Anguilla ... 40 40 Antigua ... . .. 820 820 British Guiana ... 400 400 Dominica ... 1.258 1.2:58 Grenada ... i562 ;'562 Montserrat ... 241 241 St. Kitts-Nevis 134 134 St. Lucia ... G,398 fi.398 St. Vincent ... 4\JO 490 Trinidad ... 222 222 French \Vest Indies 30.931 30.931 Stores ... . .. 1,274 1,274 TOTAL ... 41.0:3:3 I 41.0:33 (a) ,Includes S.I.T.C. Items 699-13 to 699-15. (b) 699-16 to 699-17. (c) 699-18 to 699-29.

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    182 Table 9-( ( ' 011/ i 1111,,d) EX POH. TS F.O .B . l95-i -~ ---QUANTITY '.I.T.C. s ( COl\fMODJTY . ~ODE DES TIN ATIOK 7 SECTION MACHINERY AND TRAKSPORT EQU IP-:VIENT 7 1 DIVISION-MACHINERY OTHER THAN ELECTRIC 7 11 Group-Powe r Generating (e xce pt Electric) Machinery 711-0l (a) P<.l\\"E R GE :N"ERATIN G (EXCEPT ELECTRIC) MA CHINER Y A n tigua .. . ... G r ena , da ... St.. Kitts-N ev is ... St. Lu cia ... St. Vin cent ... Trinid arl . .. Sto r es . .. ... TOT AL ... 7 12 Group-Agricultural Machinery and Imple ment s 712 0l(b) AcmICULTURAL MA CHINEHY ANT> IM PLE MENTS Dnminic n ... St. Ki tts-~E'Yis ... St. Lneia ... Fnml1 "\Y est Indie s . . . ... TOTAL ... 7 13 Group-Tractors Other than Steam 713-01.1 TR , ICT()RS OTHER TH.-\X :-::iTE.-Dl Anti g ua . .. . .. St. Ln c i a . .. T OTAL ... 713 -01 .2 PARTS OF TRACTORS OTHER THAN STEAM l"nited Kingrlom Antigua ... . .. Dom ini c , 1 .. . l\font;;errnt ... St. Lu e ia ... St. V in cent . .. Trinidad ... French West Indi es ... TOTAL ... ... ----i D omestic Cnit Produ ce --~ ~o. .. No. -(a) In cludes S.I. T.C. It ems 711-01 to 711-09. (b) Inclu des S.I.T.C. Items 712-01 to 712-09. 1-teEx ports ------l l -----VALl-E R.W.I. Dom e::;tie ReTota l Proclt1c l' B:xp orts Tot al I 194 194 1.600 l.600 18 18 1.9 2() 1.926 2.3 98 2.398 522 522 (1.331 6.331 12 .989 1 2.989 1508 ;ms mo l60 4 24 424 7l 71 l.H li3 1.rn:3 ----l 9:32 9,32 1 18:3 }N;""j ) 1 , 1:37 u:n 2Ji00 2.rmo 70:! 70:! 7 , 7 62 7.7(U ;329 :3 29 6 , 687 6,587 643 n-1:3 1.80 180 i'i:'i fjfj 18 . 9/,8 18.958

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    -.I.T.C. :-; C CO:\L\lODlTY 7 OllE DESTJXATIOX 14 Group-Office Machinery il-1--01 (al OFrH'E :\!.\CHI'; EI:Y .\n(i!!ll:l ... BPl'lJJlt([;t Brit islt (; uLt 11;1 Dominica Grt•iiatla . .. ... ... :-;t. Kith-'.'\('\is ... :-;t_ Ltll'i;t :-;t, \"i1Htt Tri11i,la,I :-;\\ l'1STl\,1;, E.,c11-x1:--t:. 1:,,11, C'<>:--,-;Rt'< T!O's. , \\,I) :\!1,1:--,: :\I \('II[\, ,•:LY (1-:.,:. ('J;\\,I•:,-; l! i:1 >LI 1-:Jt,-;) l'11it -d h~_i11~!-d(1n1 .\ ltti•~\1:1 . I l u1ni11i1:1 ,J :1 !ll;t[< ;t :-;1. L11l'i.1 SI. \'illl'l'li1 T1i11idad l'11it1d States "I' .\1mri,a ... 183 EXPORTS F. 0. B. 19:H Cnit Ql'ANTITY Dornestil' Pr,,rluee I , 1j I RPExpurts (a) Iuclude, S.I.T.C. Itcm, 714-01 and 714-0~. Total Table 9-(Continued) VALUE $ B.W.I. Dome,;tic Produce ReExports -~-:1.1 \I() -1-:2:2 :2.0S8 :2.811\) I .:21 -1-.-1-1:2 1.:ns ;l,,;\I) (\.:2!):2 I :rn ;3,,-);\I) s:l!l Xii : ; ! ) :~ :w:l S-~ll :l I., :l.iSII :200 :i.-;.-) [Ill) (ill !ti lilll) 1-~i l ,-,, i iii.-1-1111 Tutal :~.mu :2.mm ) )) :..SI! I .:21i0 -l.-!1:2 I .:l:lS :u:111 Ii .:2\l:2 l:l:l ::.r;:30 s:rn l.S;,i :3n:3 :m3 840 31:3 :usu :21HI ..,),),) .[l)IJ !ill I O.lll ill IW ;''j(j 'ili.-1-illl

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    S .I.T.C. Com,; ,lli--0, CO:\I.\IODfTY DEST[:-; ATIO:'I: !'R1\Tl\f; X\Ll Bn<1K BJ:-SllI\(; :,L\CHl:-Sl:l{'I' (l\('fXlll\<: PI:I\TI\1: TYPE . P1n:,T1:-sc PL\TE,i c\ \ ll OTI-J.J.;J{ PRt'ITt\'c: An•w-;sor:rn,-;. l'li!ITU'. [\J>\ ""l'l:t\i. \',I> ' ,~ : T ) \ T) 'I',' I lltll">:.FJlt!J.\) \.',,) J. [\, , 'i C11it<,! h:in'.!,!,,,n (\:n:icl:i /uiti'...!:11(1 ... Brit i,:!i l :ni,1n" 1),qniJli( .:I_ Gr,n:1'Lt .Tn111tti.(;J ... :\ltlll"f'i']';t i ~~t. !\. j t L~~.\'c\ i~ :-;1. L111i,1 :-;1. \'i11,-,,,,1 T1 i_ni,!:t,i l~nit1•(I ~~ 1 ;1t( i)r .:\n11ri,:1 Uit\l'l1 C11i:rna ... F]'(mli \','1,,t lndi,,, :-;\\('tkll ... TtlT_\I. ,lli-I.J (,,) :\L\CHI\T ]'1FT,; \);]) ,\1 c w,,;"1:11-:,; X. i,:_:-;_ T:-SCLl'Lll\1: BILL. ,;\EE!lLJ; t>J: J:nJ.LEi{ B1,:_-\.ll(\(;,-; l 'rnlc'd Ein'.!dnrn Aniil!ll:t ... I >ornini(:1 ( ;l'<.'llilcl:t :,I I I I: tc:('J'J';i t St. Kit t,,----);1'\ j,-; St. Lu('in :-;t_ \'illf'f'lll Trinid,11! Stons TOTAL 184 EXPORTS F.O.B. J!t,"i.J Ql'ANTITY Domrsticl{vPrnd11c-e Ex ports (a) Includes S.I.T.C. Itl'ms 716-14 and 716-15. Total Table 9-(('ontinued) VALPE S 13 .\V.l. Donwstil' ltePrnduc-c Exports I .:?Jo :21 !:ls 101 1.177 '.ii I !Hi I. '.-P!i S. ! .-;-! :.'..~l) .-. 1 111 l :_! ;-} :2. '. .-) I :!llii :.! . i:;n >"'.:21=! :i11 s ! I :?11_.-,!1'.I 17!1 I !l.771j :2.1 I l.i :.!.11:',<{ Ii,;;:-. l ](JI) :{~!) L:2!17 I :3 .ii I !i ;2;-,1 I ~"'i;) Tota! -I I.:? In :2-11:2.s I()] I. 177 I ,Ji I !Iii I .~111 I I _:)1;,,; S. l .,-l :_?.JI I iii :? .0.-,J :Jt.t :2 . .1-:;1i :;11 ,S!I .. ,!l! I I,\) 1!1.7,1 ; :?. Io., ~.01'-\;; ti.:J:,; I l(ill -J-:2!), 1:3.tilfi :2,"iil :27;> ----------

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    1 85 T a ble 9(Co nt im i e d) EXPO R T S F.O . B . l9.'i 4 Q UA~TITY \' A L l'E s H.W.I. S .1. T.C. COMMOD ITY CODE DE S TI NA T ION D omesti c ReD omest i c Re ( T ni t P rnd u ce Expo r ts T ota l Prncl u ce Exports T ota l --72 DIVISION-EL EC TRI C MACHINERY, A PP A R A TUS AND APPLI A N CES 721 Group-Electric M ac h i ner y , Apparatus and A ppli ances I i 21-0 l E L EC Tl t!C UE ~ERA TORS . A"!', ll A L TER'.\'AI TORS , ~l OTORS AXU Co X YEXTGRS, T1H x,; . I F O R:\IEl {S !':hnTCHt:EAR ! e n i t e d E.ingtlorn 9(3 9(3 Anti g 11 a .. . . .. 5 fi--l 564 British Guiamt .. . 2,088 2 , 08 8 Dom i ni ca, .. . 1/i OO 1,50 0 St. L ucict . .. S 5 f) 859 S t . \' in ce nt .. . 1 , 70--l 1 , 7 04 Trin idad ... 7 : 1 73 T O TAL . . . t'i , 88 -l l> , 884 I 72 1 -02 EL ECTRJC BATT E RIE S ( L : XCEPT A ccc , 1 U LA 'l'UR S, I XCL I: U E D lX 72 1 ] !)) I Do mini r ,t . .. I i i25 Ii25 St. K it.ts XeYis 2 9 29 SL Lu . i, t .. . 3 0 9 3 0 9 Trin i d ,ul ... !J :lO 9 30 G e rm any ( W ('St C J'Jl) . .. 1-1 2 I 142 --I T O T AL ... I .\l :lii l , !)35 72 103 B U LB S AR C LAMPS AND TTT BEc\ FOR E L ECTRlC L WHT I ~ ( :, CoMl'LETE An tigua . .. ... l();"; 10 ,) D orn i n i < •a . .. 7 7 G r ena
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    186 Table 9-(Continued) EXPORTS F.O.B. 1954 QUANTITY VALUE $ B.W.I. S.I.T.C. cmiMODITY CODE DESTINATION Domestic ReDomestic ReUnit I Produce Exports Total Produce Exports Total RADIO APPARATUS FOR TELEGRAPHY , TELEPHONY ,TELEVISIOK A5D RADAR (INCLUDING BROADCASTING TRANSMISSION AND RECEPTION EQUIPMENT WITH AMPLIFIERS OF ALL TYPES THERMIONIC 01{ ELECTR0NIC Tum,s AND VALVES. PHOTOELECTRIC CELLS, SuPER-s11"!IC Ole EucTRO MAC::-SETIC ECHO SouxurC'/n APP\HA'lTS AND f )ETl•'.CTORS 7:21-04.:2 ]LAD[() l(EC'El\'ERS ASll RAIJlOGIL\MS . CO~lPLETE ()It Sl"BST , \X'l'LALLY ,\'iS !DIBLE D Ant i_u:ua .'\n. I I -1;1 ... . . . /;J (~re11a1la ... .. (i 6 ;1(i.i ;jfai St. Kitt,-:\"ed, .. -t:-, 4:-; :3.(i:2(i ,Ui:2fi St. Luci:t ... .. :1 ;3 :2-J-O 240 St. \'incC'nt ... " l\) 19 L1,U 1,5-!2 ~[(';lJ':1_U:11il ... -.) 2 :l;j;l :ti:3 St11re~ ... ... ,. I l l:2ti l:2fi -----ToT.-\L ... );,). :-;1) KO G.527 li.ri:27 --,:.n-0-1. u OTHER l "nifrd 1-i: in!!rlnm 7Hi 716 ,\nti:.,:ua ... ... ---fi:3!) 5;39 lkrrnw la ... --l :31 1:n British Gui,111:1 ... ---l.:{0G UW6 Briti,:h Howlurn~ --(j 6 Uominira ... --5.0:i2 5,0fi2 Gn:11la ... --Ul-H 1,041 ,Tamai,:c ... . .. 4.iJl2 4.512 ~Iont~C'tT:d ... 1.550 I ,;'iiiO Nt. EiHs-Ne\i;. -2.G~~ 2,5R2 Nt. Lllli:i. ... -5,2:W fi.2:26 Nt. \'irnent .. . 1.254 l .2fi4 Trini1lad ... -748 7-!8 'l\,rb; fol:tnds ... 3(t~ :3ri3 Fnwb Guin.irn ... 77 77 Frenl'h \YC'st Indies 300 300 TorAL ... 25,408 25,4o:3

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    ' .I.T .C . s C C O MMODITY ODE D ES TI NAT IO N 72 1 -05 ( a) E L E C TR I CAL MAC H INERY, APPARATUS AND A PP LIA NCES N . E.S . AND PARTS O R ACCES SORIES NOT Asswx A BLE TO A P ARTICULAR CLASS O F ELECTRI C M ACHINERY Unit C' cl Kingdom Antigua ... Briti s h G u i a , n a ... Dorni n i c::1, ... G r e n ::1,da, ... .Ta.maic a ... ... Mont se rrat ... St. Kitts-N e .i s ... St. Lu c ia ... St. Vinc e nt , ... Tri ni(lnr l . .. V irl!in hlnnds of e.fL<\.. ... .. . Fren c h \ V est I ndi ts .. . ... Stores ... ... TOTAL .. . 7 3 DI V ISIO N -TR ANS PORT E Q UI PM ENT 7 3 2 Group-Road :\Ioto r Vehicles 7 3 2 01 P . \ ss1,:\',: 1 -:n HU . \ [) ;, k 1TOR \" rrn r c u: s, ('()\ ! PI.F:TE OT H EH TIT . \'> Jl1 ,-:E,-: OR . t\lO ' l ' OlI C YCLE S l"11ill'rl h:i n g ,l o rn , J nma i rn .. . . .. :\I, ,n t ;-;t't T il t .. . ;-,1. E.: it . t . ;;-NeYis ... ;-,1. L rn i:1 ... St. \ 'in( ,nt ... Tr inid:irl ... V , m•zu, : ln .. . TO'l ' . .\L ... 7:{:20 2 J\ToT O R( ' Y('LE S ( \ 1i\IT'T.ET!c ( 1 :\'C I XJ>lSI: , \LL TYPES OF :\IoTORIZ l ci> ( ' y ( ' u; ,-:) A~Jl ~JD1 , ; C. \HS. Cu:-ll'I , ET E ("::nna,l:1 ... SI. \ 'inc e nt ... TOL\L .. . 1 :i:2m B lTSE,;_ Tm : cKs. LomuEs . \ 'ID l:oAD MOTOR VEHlC'LE" OnrPLF:TE i\. l ~.S. 1) ., m in i"'' ... Cre 11 ,1d , 1 . .. . T(Yf . \ L .. . -18 7 E XP O RTS F.O . B . 19 5 4 QUAN TITY U n it. Dom es tic Re P rodu ce Exports f No. j n I .. l ., I . ) .. ,) .. , ) .. l Xo. 12 Kn . j .. l Xn. Xo. .. l I Ko. a (a) Incl u des S.I.T . C. I1 e m s 72 1 -05 to 72119. Table 9-( Conti'.nued) VALUE $ B.W.I. T ota l Dome s ti c Re Tota l Prod u ce Expo rt s 2. 091 2 , 0 9 1 7.40 1 7 ,40 1 l. J4 ii l. 445 6 , 790 6.790 3.438 3.43:-; 4.580 4 , 680 1 . 1 54 l,] 154 9 , 05 : } 9 , 06:l 4.:37 !) 4,370 fi. 7 8 (i 5, 7 86 2 .281 2 , 2 8 1 45 45 fi35 535 UlG ! H 5 G0 , 00:3 :i0,ll03 :! : uso :u:-; o I 2.400 2.41)0 l ,,'i0 , ;"j() l ; no 70() ) .J.,0 0, 4 .007 . ) :i. i:i+:i :'L:i + :l ;! : UIHI :uo u l Jill I :2, ---1 2 :! 2 .080 :! :2.flSU I I 1 :!ii i) :!:'50 l r, : 3 :.! ' ' ) a a .. :2 7S2 ,:-i :2 -,) ')') " : )_.,_;) il. : {:2; ) I soo SI I() :: ti. I ;!,'i IU:Zfi

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    188 E XPOR T S F. 0. B. 1954 Table 9(Continued ) Q UANTIT Y V ALUE $ B .W.I. S. I.T . C. C O MMO DITY AN D D omes ti c ReD o m est i c Re CODE DEST INATIO N l'ni t Pro duce Expo r ts T ota l Produ ce Ex ports Tota l 732-06 BODIES, C H ASSIS , FRAMES AND OTHE R P AR T S FOR RO AD M OTOR VE HICL ES EXC EP T PART S FOR MOTOR CYCLES A ND S ID E CARS (NO T INCLUDING RUB B ER T YRES , EN GI NES, CHASS I S V>'I T H ENGINES MOUNTED AND E LECTR IC PA RTS Unite d Kin gdom 1 , 000 1 ,0 00 Cuna dtt .. . . .. 45 45 Ant i g u a . .. . .. 1 ,8 7:l 1 ,8 7 3 Br i tis h G ui a n a . . . 100 10 0 D om i nica .. . 3.547 3,54 7 G r e n ad a . . . . 5. 144 5, 1 4-! M onts errat .. . 343 3 43 St . Kitt::;-N ev i s . .. 988 !) 88 St . . L uc-ia ... 4 ,4 8 4 4 , 484 St . V in ce n t ... 6.902 6 , 902 Tri n i d ad ... :-,!)8 898 Ve n e zuel a ... :m :m TOTAL .. . 2t i . :3/J4 2:"5,315 4 73 2 0 7 MO T ORC Y C L E AND SIDE S ID E CA R PARTS (N OT IN CLUDI NG RUB BER T YR ES. E NGI~ES E L EC TRI C P ARTS St . V in ce n t .. . ,j l ;"i l T O T AL . .. 5 1 M 733 Group-Ro a d Vehicles oth e r than Mo tor Vehicl es 73:lOl BI C YCLES AN D OTHER CYC L ES NOT MOTO RIZ E D Br i t i s h Gui ana, ... Xo. l l (i() HO Dom inir-a ... ., : 3 ;3 :112 :H 2 Gre n ada .. . ., l I 1;) 7;5 .lamaic-a ... . . . ., l 1 4 0 40 St . L u c i a. . .. .. 10 10 !i 2 6 526 D u tc h , v c Ht [nd i cs .. . . .. ., 3 :i 28-! 28 4 TO T A L ... )Jo. I !) IU l .2 97 1 , 297 7 3302 PART:'i OF Br c Y CLE S AXD OF O T H ER C YCLE S NOT MOTOR IZ ED (NOT lNC L UD I XG TYRES .AND ELECTR I C PARTs) 1-1 11.i ted K.i1 wdom -! :3 43 ,:, 24 5 .:24fi ~t . K i tt~ -N evis .. . ~ t . Lueia :3 :3 ... Tri n idad :30 ;3 0 . .. TO T AL -32 L 3.:2 1 ...

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    S.I.T.C. COMMODITY CODE D EST IXAT IOX 7:):3-fl\1 HTc(( ; l l1n11-:1 : TYl:ES) l) <1Jlllll[<'il ... TuT .\!. . 735 Grnup-Ships and Boats ,:\ : i Ol (.1) ( '<>,ilU 'I' \ '1 , .s,-;1-:1.•,. ~IIIP,-; A:>:D l'. ll , \'i''' ( :n,11h :-:, . Lnr-ia l <'n 11, h 1r P " ' I 1 1< l i c, T, ,u T. 189 Table 9-Continued. EXPORTS F.O.B. -1954. QUXXTITY VALUE s B.W.I. -Domesti c ReDome st ic ReUnit Produc e Exports Total Produ ce Exports Total l;'j ;j 15;j 7 : i ____ , ___ _ _ ---------------1----:;:! O SIi --------, ----:2-_.1 . j : 1_ I _ __ Jq 1, :! .s:, 11 I

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    1 9 0 Tabl e 9-( Con t in ued ) EX P OR T S F. 0 . B . 19 5 4 QUAN TI TY VALU E s B . \ V.I. S.I.T . C . COJ I MO DI TY Dom e sti c Re D omest i c H eCODE DES T INA T IO N U n it Pro du ce EXJJO l' tS Tota l P rud u ce E xpor t s T ot . al 8 SECTI O N-::\II~C l ~LLANEo us l\IA~CFAC'TUJrn D ARTIC L ES 81 DIVISIO N -PREF A BRIC ATE D Bl'IL D I NGS, S AN IT AR Y, PLUMB ING. HE A TING AND LI G HTI NG F I X T U R ES AN D FITTIN GS 812 Gr o u p Sa nit a r y, Plumbing I He a ting a nd Li g hti ng Fh:I tur es a nd F it tin gs ;-; 1 ~ tl I CEc-< TllAl. [ -Jt. ; ..\1'INU APrAR,\ ' lTs (Fnn,A< .'. J•:,, FOR CE\T ! L\L HEATl-:-t: I B O ILERS . H ADIATOR;-;. (\l-:-; D UI'l'S A ::-11) P ART ;-; ) I l )om i11i ca . .. l HU 160 TOTAL ' .. _ , !Iii I 1 (30 --8 1 0 :.! ( a) S c o~s. \V AsH B _.\. SJK . " I BIDETS . B , \'l' HS AND O T HER SAN I TAR Y A!\D Pu-> I Ill\<: FIT'l'[X<:S ()Ji' C. 1 rn . u11c A XD O THE H 1\ L\ TE RIAL" . \ LSO OF l\lETAL ( 1 \'I-IE'J' lll m [•:\ . l ~IELL l U OR '\OT) Antig u a ... .. ' . .. L '. +:! D orn i11 il'n . .. um 18D :\ Iont,wrrat .. . l l!l llD :-; t. Lrn i a .. . -• :no DO S t . Vi J H'Pllt .. . li7 H7 Tri 11id ,u l .. . ss 8S -' l .I L .. . --77 : 'i 77,-. --------! 811 1 l Orr, L . u1 1 ' C 111 ., 1 );LYS ..\. ".\Jl fJ TH 1 : 1( G1.o r m~ A.:--:-D S n .\, , i-: s o . tc G L\S,; FOR A LL T YPES OF L AMPS An!!ni ll a ... :!O! :!Il l A nti . ~ 11 a ... l , ; I ii St. Lll( i a ... !J O Ho I --.. --TOTAL ... +OS 4Gs I .. (a) I ncludes S I.T . C. It, ms 812 -02 and 812 03.

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    1 9 1 Table 9-( C ontin ued ) EXPORTS F. O . B . 1954 Q UAN TI TY VA LUE $ B.W. I. S. I. T.C. COMMODI T Y CODE DE ST INA TIO N Do m est i (' ReD omest i c ReUnit Pro d uce E xpor t s Tota l P roduce Ex p o r ts Tota l 8 1 2-04.2 ALL OTHER L IGHTIN G F I X TU RES OF ALL MAT ER I A L S (GAS L IGHT AND ELECTRIC L IGHT ING FIX TU RES A ND FITT IN GS AN D p AR TS TH EREOF. L AMPS A"'.110 L A NTERNS) Ang uill a .. . Hl 8 1 Dom in ica ... 5 1 5 1 Mo nts errat ... 82 8 :? St. Ki tts-N evi s .. . 10 8 1 08 St . Lu c i a ... 24 u D u t ;ih Wast In d i e s .. . ... : 15 3G F r enc h \,Vest Ind i es ... .. . 59 2 59 .:! -T OTA L ... 9 7 3 !Ji:{ ~2 DIVISION-FURNITURE AND FIXTURES 821 Group-Furniture and Fi x tures 8 2 1-01 Wo on .FUR NITU R E I AN D FIXTURES United Kingr l om 620 62(> Ca nad a ... .. . 2 0 2 0 A n g uill a ... 11 8 l l 8 Ant i g u a .. . . . . 43;3 34 i> 828 Br itish Gu ian a .. . 20 0 20 n Dom ini ca ... 2J)52 11 8 2. 17 0 Gre n a d a ... 787 7S7 Mon ts errat .. . I 1.76 7 1 , 7 6 7 St . Ki tts NeYis I 822 51n 1 ,338 St. Lu cia .. . l 6ii 11 8 2s : i St. Vin cent ... 23:' i 22 8 4 o : i Torto l a ... ... 326 :326 Tr i nidad .. . 1 27 1 70 297 U nited Sta tes of America . .. 620 620 Virg in Is l a nd s of Un ited Sta te s uf Ame ri ca ... ... 220 220 Dutc h West In d i es ll 8 11 8 T OTAL ... 8, 11 8 2 . 057 10,1 75 821 ~)2 M ETAL .FURNlTURI•: AND FIXTURES (INC LU DING M ETA L OF F I CE CABINETS) Ang uill a ... 2fi 25 Ant igu a. . .. . .. 98 8 98 8 Dom i n i ca ' 3 H 36 ... I l\ fo n tserrat ... : t32 :33:? D u t ch Wes t In dies 9 ' ' !l ~ T OTAL ... I I 1. 47:{ I 1 .4n

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    192 Table 9-(Continued) EXPORTS F. 0. B. 19ii4 ----QUANTITY VALUE $ B.W.I. S.I.T.C. COMMODITY CODE DESTINATION I Donwstic \ ReDomesticReU11it Produce Exports Total Produce Exports Total 821-0H FURNITURE AND FIXTlTRES N.E.S. (INCLlT01:-rn '.\iATTRESSES A-:-fD MATTRESS SUPPORTS OF ALL MATERIALS) l'nitccl Kinwlom 20 :20 British Gui,trnt ... IO 10 St. Kitts-~c\-is ~s 28 Venezuela ... 601) 1300 TOTAL ... :28 5;30 1\58 I 83 DIVISION-TRAVEL I GOODS, HA:\'D BAGS AND Sll\IILAR ARTICLES 831 Group-Travel Goods (Trunks ' Suitcases, Travelling Bags, Dressing Cases, Shopping Bags Haversacks, Packs and Similar Articles of all Materials, Hand Bags, Wallets) 831-0l .1 (,t) THA\'EL Goon;.; (T!ff'.\Ec'. 81 'ITC,\S ES. TRAYELLT:\(: lbw,. J.)H ;.;SING C.\:-:Ec' SIIOPl'l'.\t: R\(:S. H,\\'l:Hc'AC'Kc'. P,\C'KS A); D c'DlJLAH ARTICLES) OF ALL :\L\n:RlALS) c\nuilLI ... :\G4 :{!\4Antigua ... ... fr'iG fiS6 ] lominic,t ... ; 1 GO rno St. Kitb-Xc,is GGU 5(i0 Tort()la ... . .. 1-iS ]48 \'irgin J.~[;lll(ls of I l'nilt'd States of A lll(']'[(';\ ... G4fi IJ4(j Dutch ,\'est In.tit's -228 228 TOTAL ... 2.fi\I2 2JiH2 iW .01.2 HAXD BAc:s, \'.'.\!,LETS, l'UHSES .\XD ,,IMIL,\R ARTJCLES OF ALL MATERL\LS Grenarla ... l 81 181 St. Lrniii ... 2L 21 ToTAL ... :202 202 (a) Includes S.T.T.C. Items 831-01 to 831-03.

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    193 Table 9-( 0on tinu ed ) EXPORTS F.O.B. 19M QUANTITY VALUE s B.W.I. S.I.T.C. COMMODITY Coo-i,; DESTTNATlON --Dom estic HeDomestic ReUnit Produce Exports Total Produce Expurts Tot a l 84 DIVISION-CLOTHING 841 Group-Clothing except Fur Clothing S4I-Ol STOC'I,!"'s(;S AN D HO S E Anirnilla . ... doz. pr. :21> :!ti ] I 2 11:! Antigua. !) liO 69 _ l . ) :?78 :no . . . . .. .. .)_ Briii ,,h Guiana :2;' 5 ') . !JO !)0 ... .. -•J Domini c:1 .. . .. 10-1 ]04 ;j:)7 !):37 Gr e 1rnda ... " L16 ]iifj 7:20 720 l\JuntS('ITat ... ,. :?~ 1 6 H 174 (i!) :243 St. Kilt s -Nc, i s , . 3 1 HO 91 llifl :.li i l ti ll S t. Lll (' i , t ~ -, ,:; -rn: ; 4!);{ ... .. ) St. \'in cen t . .. . . 1:2 I;!) SI 7,j :\:\-! WD Tori o l.l ;} r, .).) :!:! ... ... .. -Dut ch \Vcst Tncli l's . . :2 1 :2!1 l + I 141 -------TOTAL ... I doz. pr . Sil 6:2:3 711:l 4-~1 :u 4 7 :{ ,:-,1:,s I -I S-11 0:2 (a) U-:,;n1 m 1r1.,; _ \R, '.\1<:HT\\ EAH A:S:D Ot ' 'J'El {\\'EAH. K N l'l . 'TJ::ll . .\OT KNITT ED ( E\:C'Ll'Dl'.\(: LE.-\T H EH AX ll HruBEmzr-:1> \\ ' EAH) l ' ni trd Kin!!dom JOO WO ('a11ada ... ... -:!;''i ;\(HI :{:!ii An!!11ilb1 ... l. . :!OH l.:!OH . \n1 i \.! ll il ... ... .. . U!l,} 11.7: 3 11 L':i . !J:2 , -, B e n; i 111la ... 1.:217 l.:217 Hri1 isli ( }uian,l ... li . 41i:1 :i .SSii l:2.:WJ D o mi11 i1a ... I :2. , -,:n Ii . I ;JS S.67 ,j ( ; n , 11 .1 da . . .. 7 .S \10 \l . o:)(i HUl:\:1 .l.tnuti(';1 .. , ... 1 .:i , ,-; 1. :3 7 : } :\lon t:--( ' l'l'al ... I . :21i7 I fil!l :2.8SH Nt. l, itts-c\p\is 4.,-,li.J n . ,-,o:i l-J.JHi!) Nt. Lu c ia ... 4.1 :2:{ S.:\SO 1:2.,iO;{ Nt. \ ' in1l'h>ia :i:3 . .. . .. : );) Tri . ni, l a, l ... J 11 .!1 .JS .J 7 .:3:3 :2 :':iS . 280 l ' 11i k d Ntatp;; of A Ill Prir a . .. ISO l.li411 1. 8:20 Vir\.!ill hdand:s of lT11it <' d ;-,tntrs of' America ... -:'USO :USO D11t e h Uuiana lS!l 189 ll11t e h \\ 'es tludi es 1.s:11 ::?\l:2 ::?.12:3 Fr('ll('h \\'Pst fnrliP~ US.J l.SOO li.:!S-1 \'p11 e zuPl,1 ... In,-; no :2:2;3 --I T OT AL -I : ,.-;_ ;:i !t I 117 . :2:21 17:i .8 1~ . .. I I I ---(::1) Inc1ude 3 S.l.T.C. Ii e ms 841 -02 to 841-05.

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    194 EXPORTS F.O.B. 1954 QUANTITY T.I.C. COMMODITY CODE DESTINATION Domestic ReUnit Produce Exports 841-06 (a) LEATHER COATS AND OTHER CLOTHING OF LEATHER, RUBBERIZED OILED AND SIMILAR IMPERMEABLE MATER!ALS (INCLUDING PLASTIC) St. Vincent ... TOTAL ... 841-08 (b) HATS, CAPS AND 841-12 OTHER HEADGEAR OF ALL MATERIALS Anguilht ... Antigua ... ... Dominica ... Montserrat ... St. Lucia ... Tr;nida,d ... Dutch West Indies TOTAL ... (c) CLOTHIKG N .E.S. (GLOVES, MITTENS. HANDKERCHIEFS, ARM BANDS, Trns, SCARVES SHAWLS, COLLARS, COI-tSETS, SUSPENDERS AND SIMILAR ARTICLES United Kingdom Canada ... . .. Anguilla ... Antigua ... ... British Guiana ... Dominica ... Grenada ... Montserrat ... St. Kitts-NeYis St. Lucia ... St. Vincent ... Tortola ... ... Trinidad ... United States of America, ... Virgin Islands of United Skites of America, ... Dutch West Indies Puerto Rico ... Venezuela ... TOTAL ... (a) lllr,udes S.~.T.C. Items 841-06 and 841-07. (b) Includes S.l,'l'.C. Items 841-08 and 841-11 (c) includes S.I.T.C. Items 841-12 and 841-19. Table 9-( Continued) VALUE $ B.W.I. Domestic ReTotal Produce Exports Total 132 132 132 132 143 143 9 9 2 151 153 ~!07 307 393 50 443 350 350 65 65 395 1,()7.5 1,470 120 120 500 500 24 24 181 181 250 250 57 57 2{i5 265 299 299 128 128 2,313 2,313 595 595 29 29 500 500 600 HOO 196 196 1:32 132 48 48 706 706 6,943 6,943

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    195 Table 9( Continued ) EXPORT S F.O . B . 1 954 QUA N TIT Y VAL U E $ B.W.I. S .I . T. C . C O M MOD I T Y CO DE DE S TIN A TIO N D o me st ic R e D o mesti c Re Unit P rod uce Exp o rt s Total Produce E xpo rts T o t aJ 85 DIVISION-FOOTWEAR 851 Group-Footwear 851 0 2 FOO TWE AR , W HOLL Y O R M AI NL Y O F L EATH E R An tig u a ... .. . do z. pr. 88 2 4 11 2 l,Oi7 5 78 1, 655 B er mu da . .. ,. 50 50 39 8 398 B r i t i s h G uian a . .. ' 19 20 3 9 1 , 3 45 835 2 , 1 80 Dominica ... ,. 57 57 1 , 652 1 ,652 Gre n ada .. . ,, 5 5 298 298 Montserra t ... ,, 2 2 40 4 0 St. Kitts -Nevi s " 25 41 6 6 306 57 9 885 S t . Luc ia ... " 2 4 1 99 22 3 159 5, 777 5,936 St. Vince nt .. . ., 8 8 1 6 10 . "5 25 1 :156 Tri n idad . . . . . 72 72 4 , 285 4 . 285 D u tc h West I ndie s _ , 28 28 60 1 601 TOT AL ... do z. pr . 1 64 50H 67 0 2 ,992 15 , 29 4 1 8 . 286 85 1 -03 (a ) FOOTWEAR , W H OLLY OR CHIEF L Y OF T EX TIL E MATERI AL S W ITH SOLES OF R UBBER AND RU B BER FooTWEA R Angu ill a ... do z . pr . 45 4 5 763 7 63 Br i tish G ui a n a . .. ,, 3 7 37 1 , 08 1 1 ,08 1 Dominica . .. ,, 82 82 1 , 714 1 , 714 Gr e n a da . .. ,, 73 73 2,524 2 ,524 St. K i tts-Nev i s ,, 70 7 0 1 , 1 29 1 ,129 St . Luci,L ... ,, 38 38 645 645 St . V i nc:e n t ... ,, 43 4 3 1 , 40 1 1,4 0 1 Tortola ... . .. ,, 22 2 2 3 71 3 71 Tr i n ida d .. . ,, 1 6 16 2 34 234 TO T A L . .. do z . pr . 426 4 26 9 , 862 9,862

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    S . I.T .C. COMMOD fT Y C'oUJ •; D EST l NA TJO ~ 8 6 DI V ISIO N -PR O FES S I ONAL , SCIE NT I F IC A N D C ONTRO LLING INSTR UMENTS: PH O TOGRA PHIC A N D O PTICAL GOOD S , WATC HES AN D C L OC K S 861 G roup-S cie n t ific, Medic a l , O ptical, M eas uring a nd Controllin g Instrum en t s a nd A pp a r at u s 8fi1 0L (a) i':i < , n: ~ Tl l<'lC. :V I 1 , v C C A L , 0 PTH 'A L . :\IEA SU](f::--f (l . \ ~ I) C1iNTH UI.LI :\'I: I N"ST l{l T )lP.C'< T S , \ '.\"I) APL'AJUTl ' S l ' llit c cl Ki ngdom Cn 1rncln . . . . ... Antigu a ... ... Domi ni c: 1 ... ( { rC'11a < ln .. . i':it. L m i a ... i':it . Yim<>nt ... Trini st i c Produ ce ReEx p o rt s 4:-lO 8/ i4I .]2[i 2 : rn K"i uo 1 0 a: : s 2 . fi-l0 10 ]( H) 0 , 0 2:3 I() 10 20 Tota l 480 854 1 , 12/3 23 D 87 240 LO :338 :ZJ"i4 0 10 100 G , o:Z : l I ll JO ----------'------'------'---------------( 2) Jn c1 u de., S. I . 'i' .C. ItemJ 21'1 ~0.1 to 861 -09 . (b) l nc l udl!s S.I.T. C. It e ms 862-0 1 to 8 6 2 -03 .

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    197 E XP ORT S F . 0 . B . 19 54 QPANTITY S. I. T.C . C O MMO DI TY CODE D ES TIN A.T IO:N -Do m es tic Re U ni t Produce Expo r ts 89 DIVI S ION-MIS C ELL AN Eou s MA NU F AC T U R E D A RTI C LE S N .E. S. 891 GroupMus ical ln s t r u m e nt s, Ph o no gra ph s a nd Ph o nog ra ph R ec ord s i-:\!H 0 1 . 1 (a) PHo x , H: 1 c \ PH (GR .UTOP HO\'! :,;) IX C L l' Dl \'(: R l:('l)H D Pr.AY 1 m;; AX]) l {ECO ! U>,; l ' n i t ed Ki ngd o m Ca n ada . .. . . . B,1 h a . 11 H,s ''' BPnn111b . .. B 1 i t i , d1 C ui .urn . . .. . 1 a rn n . ica . .. . .. St . K it t,; X e "i " Tr ini d,tr l . . . l'1 w r tn R i < o . .. TuTA L ... 892 Gr o up-Pri n ted Ma tt e r , -, !}2 0 l ( b) Bo or<,.:. l' A'.lll'H LF.T ;;. >J E\\ ' ,; P , \ I' E I \,; :\X fl l ' ni 1td Kin !!du m ( ' a 11:11 l a . . . . .. c \ 11'..!11 .i \[ ; 1 . . . .. :-\n ti t!ll;l . .. . . . H rit i, ;\ 1 () n ian a .. . J )o rn i 1 r i\a ... (; !'<'11 .tlla . . . :. l rn 1 t:-;1 na t ... ;)L l \it ts -:\ i,; :-; 1. Lu cia ~ t . \ 'i l H'P ll t ... Tnrtu l n ... . .. T r . ini, l ad . . . l' ni tc . :t 2 2..J. :! ..J. J :! ) :).) 7 7 :wn :w n u ! ) -0:2\J ti:! ! I 4-J.: 3 . )') , 77 8 di),) 7,i , ; > !) O !JO 7. !J S,i -,. , . ) S .707 , __ :!0 l 40 24 1 5. :m u iiS + : ,. !J G:! IAH 1 . 07 , '> ;! J )::? ~ 1-l !) ..J.:! I D2 :3.2 ti ;i l. 0 7t i 4.: l-1-1 107 -lc S : l :mo 7fl2 "ifJ2 Hl-1 ID + 2 , ) 8 2 7 ii 53: ! 2 S L . 1 00 3S L , :-;i 78 -lc : 20 , :rnu t, . :-il)-lc ;2(j ,1 7:! 3.0RO 3,080 I L ifi O 1Ji6 () I I 4,640 4,640 I

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    198 Table 9-Continu ed EXPORTS F.O.B. 1954 QUANTITY VALUE $ B.W.I. S.I. T.C. COMMODITY CODE DESTINATION Dom estic ReDomestic ReUnit Produce Exports Total Produce Exports T ota l 892--03 .2 :'.\l us 1 c. PICTURES. A~D PRI~TED l \L .\TTE R O:N" PAPER OR CAR D BOARD, N.E.S. Anti g ua ... 371 2 373 Briti sh G ui a 1m ... 776 776 Dominim ... 1 ,5 1 5 2 1, 5 17 Gr e ni1da ... 8 1 8 1 ,Jamai ca . .. ... 50 50 Mon tse rrat ... 3 ;3 1 34 St. Kitts-Nevis 442 50 492 St . Lucia ... 41 22 63 St. Vin ce nt . .. 1 ,05 1 432 l,48 3 T o r to l a ... ... 1 20 120 Trinid ad . .. 5 12 968 1 ,480 T O TAL ... 4 ,99 2 1,477 6,469 899 Group-Manufactured Articles N.E.S. 89 9-01.1 CANDLES OF TALLOW Montsermt ... lb. 20 20 12 1 2 Fr e n c h W est Indies 1,020 1,020 342 342 ,, TOTAL ... lb. 1.040 1,040 354 354 89901. 2 CA NDLES , TAPER S , AND ARTICLES OF lMFLAMMABLE MATER!ALS N.E.S . ( e. g. SouDIFIED ALCOHOL, SuL PHURED WICK S ) Monts e rrat ... lb. 20 20 6 6 TOTAL ... lb. 20 20 6 6 899--02 MATCHES Gross Antigua ... ... Boxes 250 250 383 :3 83 Do m in ica ... ,, 300 300 360 360 Gr e n ada ... ,, 350 3ii0 41.5 41:"i Monts e rr at ... .. 650 650 il:O 7 60 St. Kitts-Nevis ,, 1 , 700 1,700 2.112 2,11 2 ~t. Lr r i ri . . . ,. 1 ,5 00 1 , 500 1 , 721 1.721 St. Vincent , . .. ,, 4 , 70 0 4 , 700 5,628 5,628 Dut c h West Indi es ,, 100 100 12G 12 6 .. --Gross TOTAL . .. Boxe s 9,550 9,550 1 l ,i'i05 J J ,;305

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    .1.:1.1 Table 9(Continued) EXPORTS F.O.B. 1954 QUANTITY VALUE $ B . W.I. S.I.T.C. COM1V10DITY CODE DESTINATION Domesti c ReDomesti c ReUnit Produce Exports T otal Produ ce Export s Total 899-03 (a) UMBRELLAS. V Y ALK ING STICKS. ET C ., FEATHERS , ARTIFICIAL FLOWERS, BUTTO N S, FA NCY CAR VED AwrICLES HOUSEHOLD AND DECORATION ARTl C~ES OF PLASTIC Uruted Kin gd om 7 7 Anguilla ... 67 67 Domini ca ... 8 56 64 Grenad a ... 390 390 Montserrat ... 23 23 St. Kitts-Nevi s 216 216 St. Luci a ... 120 120 St . Vincent . . . 120 120 Tortola . . . ... 23 23 Trirudad ... 50 50 Virgin Islands of Uruted States of America .. . 54 54 Dutch "Vlest Indi es 206 206 TOTAL . .. 65 1 , 275 1 , 340 .. 899-08 MECHANICAL (ELEC TRIC GAS OR OTHER TYPES) REFRIGERA TORS , SELF-CONTAINED UNITS United Kingdom 2 , 546 2,546 St. Kitts-Nevis 22 22 St. Lucia ... 100 100 St. Vinc e n t . . . 266 266 Trinidad ... 98 98 United States of America ... 257 257 Dutch West Indi es 45 45 TOTAL ... 3 , 334 3 , 334 899 11 ARTICLES MADE OF PLASTIC , N.E.S. Anguilla . .. 30 30 Anti g u a .. . ... 60 Domini ca 60 . .. 66 St . Ki tts-Ne ,i r; 66 190 St. Luria 190 ... St. Vin ce nt 8 8 . . . 108 108 TOTAL ... I 462 462 (a) Include s S.I.T.C. Items 899 03 to 899 07

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    Tabl e 9(Continued) EXPOR T S F.O . B . 1954 QUAN TI TY VALUE $ B.W . I. S. I . T .C. C O M:M O DITY CODE DESTINATION Domestic Re Domestic Re Unit Prod u ce Exports T otal Produce Exports T ota l 8 99 1 2 ARTICLES OF BASKETWARE OR OF WICKERWORK N.E.S. United Kingdom 42 42 B ri t i sh Guiana .. . I 8 8 Dominica . . . 58 5 8 St. L u cia ... 3 3 St . V i ncent ... 153 1 53 Trin i dad . . . 1 34 13 4 Un i ted States of Am er i ca . . . . 7 7 Ve n e zu e l a ... 55 55 -Tv ... AL ... _ I 30 7 1 53 460 899-13 B RO OM S AN D BR USHES O F .ALL MAT E R IALS U ni te d Kin g d o m 2 4 0 2 40 An t igu a ... .. . I 43 43 Domini ca . .. 28 3 283 G r e n ada . . . 534 5 34 M ontse rr at . . . 100 100 St . Ki tts -N evis 449 449 S t . Lu c i a . .. 399 399 St. V in ce nt ... 391 391 Fr e n c h W est Indi es 27 2 7 St o re s ... . .. 1 1 TOTAL ... 2, 467 2,4 67 8 99--14 ( a ) SPORTS Goons (NOT INCLUDING ARMS AND AMMuNlTION) T OYS AND GAMJ~S ( CARR I AGES , PLA '{ING CAR D S United Kingdom I 1 , 056 1 , 056 Antigua ... ' . . . 136 136 Dominica ... 7 4 74 Grenada . .. 25 3 253 Montserrat . .. 378 3 7 8 St. Kitts Nevis 26 6 266 St . Lucia 1 56 1 56 1 St . V i ncent . . . 150 1 50 Trinidad . .. 54 54 French West Indiesj 1 92 I 19 2 TOTAL .. . I I --:I 3 , 120 3, 1 20 (a) Include s S . I. T. C. Items 899 14 :rn n R!Hl_ lfi

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    2 01 EXPO :R TS F . O.B. 1 9 54 QU A NTITY . I . T. C . C O MM ODIT Y C OD E D ES TI NA TION Do mes tic Re Unit P r od u ce E xports 89 91 6 (a) F O UNTA IN PENS, PRO P ELLIN G PEN CIL S PEN HOLD E RS AND PEN CI L H OL DERS OF ALL M ATE RIA LS A ND OFFICE SU PP LIES (NOT P A P ER) N . E.S. An t i g ua .. . ... Domin i ca ... Grena d a .. . S t. Ki ttsN evi s St. L u c i a ... -TOT AL . .. ' 8 9 9-18 ( b ) J.VlA.NUFACTURE D AR TIC LES N. E.S. IN CLU D IN0 PIPES, CIGAR A N D CIGARETTE H OLDERS WORK S OF A RT I AN D ARTIC L ES FO R COL L ECTION Unite d K ingd om Canada ... ... Ang uill a ... A ntig ua, . . . .. . Berm ud a ... Brit.is h G u iana ... D omi ni ca . .. Gr e nada ... Mont se rrat . . . S t . Ki tt s Ne vi s St.. Luci a . . . St. Vi n rent . . . T o r tol a .. . . . . Trinidad .. . l'nik< l St a.tes o f Ame ri c-,i ... V i rgin I sbncLc; of (Tnit , e
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    202 Table 9-( Concluded) EXPORTS F.O.B. 1954 QUANTITY VALUE $ B.W.I. s '.I.T.C . COMMODITY CODE DESTINATION Domesti c ReDomestic ReUnit Produ ce Rxports Tot a l Produ c e Expol'ts T o tal -9 SECTTON-MTSCELLANEous TRANS AC TIONS AND COMMODTTIES N.E.S. 9 2 DIVISION-LIVE AN IMALS NOT FOR FOOD 9 21 Group-Live Animals not for Food 9 21-0 1.2 HORSES OVE.R 1 4 HANDS St , . Lucia . ... No . l l 1 , 000 1 , 000 TO TAL ... ='Jo. I 1 LOOO 1 , 000 921-09.1 DOGS Unite . l -1 : -Ne\ is .. I 2 ;3 60 480 540 St. Viu te nt ... 100 100 " Trini --9 3 DIVISION-RETURNED GOODS AND SPECIAL TRANSACTIONS 9 31 Group-Returned Goods and Special Transactions 931.01.3 OTHER SPECIAL CASES Ant igua . .. ... 50 50 Brit.ish Gui an a ... I 2,381 2,381 Gr e nad i i ... 600 600 St. Kitts-Nevis 754 754 St. Luci a ... 190 190 Trinidad I 6 , 7:30 6,730 ... TOTAL ... -10,70 ,3 10 . 705 I

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    20:1 T a ble 10 TRADE WITH THE BRITISH CARIBBEAN TERRITORIES-TOTAL IMPORTS (C.I. F .)-1954. ANALYSIS BY DIVISIONS AND PRINCIPAL C OMM O DITIES WITHIN DIVISIONS COMMODITY i ve Anim a l s c hi e fl y for food 00 L 02 D a ir y p rod u cts, eggs a nd h o n ey OOOlb . 04 C e real s a nd c e r ea l . p r ep a rati o ns : 0001b . of w hich Ri c e 0001b . 05 Fr uit s and V ege t a bl es: of which Fr es h Fruit ... Gr o und Nut s (p ea nut s ) 00Olb . C oco nut s 000lb . Li me Jui ce 000 ga l. .. . .. . ... ... ... ... .. . .. . Oth e r Fruit Jui ces OO0 ga l B ea n s a nd P eas 00Olb. ... F res h V ege t a bl es 0001b. Arr owroo t OOOlb. ... u ga r a nd Su gar pr epa r at i o n s 00Olb. ... 06 S 07 C o ff ee, T e a , C o coa , Spi ces a n d m a nufa c tur es th e r eo f : .. . 0 f w hi c h C o ff ee , r aw 0001b . .. . C o ff e e, pr e p are d 0001b ... . ee din g Stuff for a nim a ls OQ0lb. 08 F 09 Mis 11 B ce ll a n e ou s fo o d pr e p a rations ev er ages: OO0 ga l. ... 0 fwhi c h B ee r 000 g a l. ... St o ut a nd Port e r 000 g a l. Bitter s 000 g a l. Oth e r Al c oholi c b eve r a ge s 000 ga l. 12 T 2 2 0 ob ac c o a nd T o b acc o m a nufacture s il S ee ds , Oil nut s a n d Oil K e rn e ls : 000 c wt. of w hi c h C o pr a 000 c wt. o od , lumber a nd C o rk : 24 W 0 f which Fu e lw oo d T o n Ch a rco a l T o n Pol e s, Post s , etc. ... ... ... ... .. . .. . ... . . . ... H a rdwood 000 Sup . ft . Lumber 000 Sup. ft. extile Fibr es & W a st e 0001b. 26 T 0 f w hi c h Cotton , R a w 000 lb . C o tt o n W a ste 000 lb . ... ... C oco nut Fibr e 000 lb. 27 Cr ude fertiliz e rs and Crude Miner a ls .. . o f w hi c h Salt , Coars e and Ro c k 00 cwt. ... 29 Ani m a l a nd Ve g etable Crude M a terials , inedible, n.e . s. t1l t1l t.l s ..... ' C, 0 p:::i A 1.5 15 , 8 09.9 15 , 809.9 8 4.6 2. 3 0. 8 1 2 .4 0.2 1 , 3 28 .0 18.4 1 8 .4 5 , 5 94 126 2 , 634 2 172.2 7 . 5 0.5 QUANTITY FROM EACH TERRITORY rtl t1l 'O Q) t1l rtl ~ t1l t.l . .... t1l .p t1l A 'O . s t.l p .p 0 0 ::I 'O -~ t1l bl) > H :s :::: :p Q) h h C, r:n. 8 1-:, p:::i r:n. r:n. --------4 . 3 8.9 1.9 1.4 222 . 5 0.8 0.6 21. 7 78.5 154 . 9 4.9 37.5 43.3 1.5 5.8 1.6 2.6 1. 7 45 . 2 1.2 1.8 12.8 15 . 6 0.3 23.4 24.3 -, 0 . 8 13.8 1.8 11.2 0.4 0.4 3.6 35.3 12 . 5 2 . 5 3.6 35 , 3 12.5 2.5 162 331 0.1 0.5 18 . 6 105.5 305.4 42.4 173.1 42.4 11.9 161.2 Unit of Value 00 $ VALUE FROM EACH TERRITORY I "' ,...; t1l ,...; ;.; ri .p . t1l .p p .p t1l g "d t1l COMMODITY h :::: t1l -~ ;.; h P::i t1l t.l t1l t.l t1l rtl 'O t1l :::: h P:i Q) s s .p t1l t.l 0 Q) 'O 0 ::I .p "' j . .... 'O 'oi iI1 "' .p ;.; C, ..... t1l bl) .p h :::: Q) s g 1 :a :::: Q) . ..C:: ..c:: 0 0 h 0 .p H r:Q .p 0 p:::i A C, r:n. r:n. r:n. 8 i-:, 0 ----0.1 0 . 2 3 . 9 0 . 1 Li ve a nim a l s c hiefl y for fo o d D a i ry produ ct s , eggs , and 1.9 7.1 6.4 honey Cer ea ls a nd c ere a l prepara0.4 17 , 767.3 6.2 5.7 0. 3 tions: of w hi c h 17 , 767.3 Rice 4 . 3 523.9 18.0 780 . 1 723 . 5 1 , 114.7 5.9 :~ 0 . 2 22. 0 Fruits a nd V e getables: of whi c h 4.3 420 . 9 2.9 15.4 631.7 659.3 0.2 Fresh Fruit Ground Nuts 3.3 555.5 1. 7 1.4 (p e anuts) 46 . 1 11.8 42 . 8 8 4.5 2.7 C oc onut s 29.5 Lime Juic e 10 . 6 441 . 6 Other Fruit Juices 70 . 0 2.2 7 . 6 B ea ns a nd Peas 18 . 3 14.8 2 .2 3 . 3 2.0 3 0 .0 Fr es h Ve g etables 94.1 Arrowr oo t Sugar a nd Sugar prepar a 0 . 7 4.0 6 .2 ti o ns Coff ee , Te a, C oc oa, Spice s a nd 1.1 9.0 3 . 8 5.3 121.9 36 5. 9 manu fac tures th e reof : o f w hi c h 117 .6 14 8. 0 Co ff e e , r a w 3.4 217. 9 C o ffee , p re p a red 644.1 10.9 0.7 F e eding Stuff for a nim a ls 3.9 0.2 498.4 7 .5 Misc e ll a n e ou s fo o d preparation s 345.3 B everage s : o f w hi c h ; 33.5 B ee r 197.6 Stout a nd Porter 36.1 Bitt e r s Other a l c oholic 78.1 b e v e r ag es Tob acc o and Tob a cco manu0. 2 3 . 9 fac tur e s . Oil S ee ds , Oil nuts a nd Oil 2,847.5 563.6 5,534.3 1 , 941.6 394.8 K e rn e ls o f w h ic h 2,847.5 563.6 5 , 534 . 3 1 , 941.6 394 . 8 C o pr a 3 ,154 . 1 14.5 0.1 1.0 25 7 . 3 294 . 1 5 ] 2.0 r9:. 7 Wo od, lumber a nd Cork : of w hich 783.2 12.6 16 . 2 Fuelwood 1, 5 80.4 1.2 198.6 Charco a l 2 87 . 8 7.7 Poles, P os ts etc. 487.2 Hardwood 3 04.7 15 . 5 0.7 0 . 1 1.0 34.8 294.1 5 12 . 0 497.7 Lumber 278 . 9 162. 5 Textile Fibres and Waste o f , v hich 278.9 Cotton , R a w 29 . 8 C o tton W as te 132.7 Coconut Fibre Crude fertilizers and Crude 2.2 0.2 6 . 2 18.6 Minerals o f whi c h S a lt , Coarse and 16.9 1 8 . 6 Rock Anim a l and V eg et a ble Crude 1.1 16 . 5 1.0 l. 2 1.7 Materi a ls , inedible, n.e. s . --0 z . :::: Oo ...... ~i:i 00 02 04 05 06 07 0 8 09 11 12 22 24 26 27 2 9

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    r .. )' 0 z . A 0 ::! IS 31 41 51 53 54 55 59 61 63 64 65 204 Table 10-0ontinued TRADE WITH THE BRITISH CARIBBEAN TERRITORIES-TOTAL IMPORTS (C.I.F . )-1954. ANALYSIS BY DIVISIONS AND PRINCIPAL OMMODITIES WITHIN DIVISIONS Unit of Value 00$ QUANTITY FROM EMJH TERRITORY VALUE FROM EACH TERRITORY rLl rLl i--,; ol i--,; ol _.., r-< !?; COMMODITY ol 5 _.., ol ::i _.., COMMODITY ol ol ol cil 5 "d ol rLl "d cil rLl ol ' r-< 0 ol 0 s cil _.., ol A p:j 0 ol 0 s ol _.., "d A r-< p:j s :s "d A &, _.., ol 0 0 s :~ 'O s::: ::i _.., ol 0 0
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    l . Table 1 10-0oncluded TRADE WITH THE BRITISH CARIBBEAN TERRITORIES-TOTAL IMPORTS (C.I.F.)-1954. ANALYSIS 205 I I BY DIVISIONS AND PRINCIPAL COMMODITIES WITHIN DIVISIONS I Unit of Value 00$ QUANTITY FROM EACH TERRITORY VALUE FROM EACH TERRITORY I I "' r/1 ca H ,:l i-,; 0 ca -+;> h ti 0 z COMMODITY ca 5 ;:I -+;> COMMODITY z A ca 0 .... ca h J -~ '"O . s 0 &i -+;> ca 0 0 . . ... '"O A 0 ::i ca o , 0 :s ca C > ,..::i f :s .~ fil ~:! E-! -~ l s .c: P'.l A C 0 A p::i H,,.. 00 00 00 I-:, P'.l 00 00 00 I-:, 0 u.iA ----66 Non-metallic mineral manuI Non-metallic mineral manu66 I factures, n.e .s. ... 1,602 . 5 I factures, n.e.s. of which i of which Cement 00 cwt. ... 415.6 957 . 9 Cement Glass bottles ... L 545 . 9 Glass Bottles 67 Silver, Platinum, Gems and Silver, Platinum , Gems and 67 Jewellery ... 13.6 25.8 2.9 Jewellery 68 . !Base Metals ... '4.0 Base metals 68 69 Manufactures of Metals ... . ' 56.0 Manufactures of Metals 69 71 Machinery other than electric 4.8 26.8 2.9 . Machinery other than electric 71 72 Electric Machinery, apparatus Electric Machinery apparatus and appliances ... 8.6 31.0 and appliances 72 73 Transport equipment ... 1.5 -:Transport equipment 73 81 Prefabricated buildings: Prefabricated bufldings: Sani81 Sanitary plumbing, heattary plumbing , heating and ing and lighting fixtures lighting fixtures and fittings ... 4.4 L and fittings 82 Furniture and Fixtures ... 1.3 0.3 i Furniture and Fixtures 82 83 Travel goods, hand bags and Travel goods, hand bags and 83 similar articles .. . 4.5 0.3 -' 57 .2 5.9 similar articles 84 Clothing ... ... I 135.9 8.4 0.2 0 .3 1,280.6 629.5 Clothing 84 85 Footwear doz . pr. . . . 10 14 173 I 1.3 10 . 1 101.7 Footwear 85 86 Professional , scientific and Professional, scientific and con86 controlling instruments: I trolling instruments : Photograpruc and optical Photographic and optical goods, watches and clocks I 12.2 goods, watches and clocks 89 MiscellaneotlS manufactured Miscellaneous manufactures 89 articles n.e.s. ... . 68.3 16.7 1.2 3.8 3 .8 2.0 561.1 34.8 '2 4.3 articles n.e.s . of which of which Matches 000 gross boxes 3.4 22.5 47.1 317.4 ' Matches 92 Live Animals not for food No. 1 2 4 15 75 14 1 I 24.0 20.0 102.0 21.9 82.7 156.2 0.2 , Live Animals not for Food 92 93 Returned Goods and Special I Returned goods and Special 93 Transactions ... 20.2 1.8 0.5 0.7 733.5 Transactions -----1 --. Total Value of Imports ... 22,723 . 1 3,584 .5 1,138.1 6 , 466.2 5,912.8 2.0,482.3 24,887.6 l,700.31i'il2 . 0 30.51575.2 Total Value of Imports I ,l ;

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    ci z . :::: Q E-1 0 .. ... "' . ... > H U1 .A 00 01 02 03 04 05 06 07 08 09 11 2 1 24 26 :27 29 31 41 5 1 .52 .53 54 55 56 206 Table 11 TRADE WITH THE BRITISH CARIBBEAN TERRITORIES-TOTAL EXPORTS (DOMESTIC AND RE-EXPORTS) (F.O.B.) ANALYSIS BY DIVI SIONS AND PRINCIPAL COMMODITIES WITHIN DI V ISIONS Unit of Value 00 8 QUANTITY TO EACH TER R ITO RY VALUE TO EACH TERRITORY I "' I "' d H cl H ci +' a +' d +' '"' C OMMODIT Y cl :::: I:; I ;:l +' C OMMODITY z t:; d 'O cl cl 'O d Q:> cl "' ,._ Q:> -~ "' '" d -~ d 0 a d +' 'O d ,:; ,._ .... 0 d 0 +' "O cl ,:; ;.. . ,:; . 8 .S 'O c ;:l +' d 0 0 Q:> ;:l ;:i 'O ,:; 0 ;:l +' "' 0 0 Q:> oo d .... ::I Cl) i2 'O ; "' ,._ 0 . :; d . ... ::I -~ i2 .., -~ "' ki C, 6 ,:; pH :s +' Q:> s I:; pH .... . +' E-d!J z s c . s s i:: Q:> ..c: Q:> +' .<: ;..; 0 ,:; ;..; 0 0 0 . > ,._ .,:; .,:; .,:; ,._ d +' ,._ 0 .,:; .,:; i:; .,:; 'd '" H . ... M A C, U1 U1
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    0 z .. ,A oo E-i :~ H .,... ooA 59 61 62 63 64 , 65 66 67 68 69 71 72 73 81 82 83 84 85 86 89 92 93 207 Table 11-Concluded TRADE WITH THE BRITISH CARIBBEAN TERRITORIES-TOTAL EXPORTS (DOMESTIC AND RE-EXPORTS) (F.O.B.) ANALYSIS BY DIVISIONS AND PRINCIPAL COMMODITIES WITHIN DIVISIONS l QUANTITY TO EACH TERRITORY rLl ro H COMMODITY ro J ..,, ro ro ro rLl "d I:: 0 ro 0 s ro ..,, ro A i:Q ..... s "d .s &! ro 0 0 Jl ro ;.... ! s
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    209 IMPORTS OF GOLD AND CURRENT NOTES Ar\ D CO[Nf.l-19:i4ENT CURR s ILVER NOTES AND Corns United Kin gd om TOTAL ... COMMODITY ORWIN COINS ... ... . . . . . . C OINS OF BASE METALS United Kingdom . .. .. . TOTAL ... ... . . . QUANTITY --Unit ... . . . ... . .. ... . . . . .. . .. I . .. .. . ... . . . . .. . .. . . . . .. Ta b le 12 ----VnJu e $ B.W.I. 3,840 a,840 5 , 040 5,040 Ta b le 13 EXPORTS O : F GOLD AND CURRENT NOTES AND COINS-rn:H NIL

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    Table 14 SHOWING THE EXPORTS AND COUNTRIES OF CONSIGNMENT OF SUGAR FOR THB YEARS 1945-19::i-! ------------------COUNTRIES o:F CuNSIGNMENT 1945 1946 United Kingdom 5:"j , 915 /'iiS.266 British North Amenca 41 . 002 40 , 000 Other Briti s h I'n sscss i u n s 3 . 218 2,852 Foreign Co untries Sh i ps' St o res T OTA L EXPORTS 100,135 98,118 i --United Kin g d om ... ... 4 -, 235 , 078 4 . 82-,240 Briti s h North America ... . .. 3.128,-!52 3 , 491 , 764 O t her Briti sh Poss ess ions .. . 262Ji2(j 273 ,676 Foreign Count ries .. . . .. Ships' Sto res ... ... TOTAL VALUES ... 7 , 626 ,05 7 8 , 589,681 T O NS -------------------------------------------1()47 1948 HJ-!9 1950 40.s:37 24 . 086 SJ I G!) 7 : 'i . :!87 : n,t 79 l9.nll8 4:L-!99 5L25~ 4.4-!5 f>.:'569 1 . 9-!l : U98 82 , 461 49 , 652 126 . 609 131.743 VALUE T N lF F.O . B. -4.416 . lH, 2 , 7 1 9 ,68 9 10.033 , 768 10 , 629,157 4,089 ,686 2 , 3-!L766 5.402.576 7 , 585 . 268 5 1 4.622 709 . 200 278.394 352.449 -9 , 020.424 I 5,770,656 15.714 , 738 18 .:' i66 , 874 H)5 l 8:1,;ilG 8:3.0:i2 67 .O:iO r>U.:":ilO 2 _ . 196 2,880 152.762 145 , 742 12 .692 , Hi2 14 , 883,671 10 . 13 l.255 10 . 57-!.483 389 . 743 60 0 .00 6 23 , 21:3.160 26 , 064 . 1 60 l34.77:l :!,570 sos 138,151 26 , 408520 42S .5: l7 1 77,049 27 ,01 1.106 I U.814 38.000 G!)3 15 1 , 507 2L_ 076 .6 l i'> 971.297 32,870 6. 1 28 , l t..: . , I-' 0

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    ' Table 15 SHO\VINC THE EXPORTS AN D CO( TN TRIE S OF CONf-;IUN:VTENT OF :\IOLAS: rn:-; FOR THE Y EA l{f-; l '.l -l-ii l !t:"i--1CntrNTRIES OF Com -:rr:1'~ TF.NT l nited Kingdom ... 3ri1ic;h Nort h America ... 1 l l l ( Hhcr Britis h Po ssess ions T nited States of Anw ri c:t )t her F,,reinn I':, Co untries s ' hips' S'or e s .. . TOT AL EXPORTS Un ited Kingdom British North Am e rica Other Brit.is h Po ssess ion s L T nited States of Arncr i ea Otlwr F ore ign Countries Ships' Store~ T oT . .\. L V AL l!ES ... ... ... ... ... ... ... l94!i ! !)-Hi 282 . 240 6.378.:30 1 ,>.7fi--l-,!)fi7 1.130.lSl lfi U :{:? 726.fi8ti 07!1.:!41 8.2:35.368 fi.8 ti7 .8SO l!l. 7fill 3. Hl9.-!-88 :3_3 :n .87:! 75.960 2:i.:1,,G 370.60:J :{87.8:W ------3.646.051 3.768,806 GAL LO NS 1 947 H)--1-8 l fl-l-!l l.776.:?fi!l 7.21:3.98.J. G.4ii7 .:?(i7 -1-.102.s:n 2:3.0 :H 14.:l26 ;3.771 (ifi0 .42 2 8!) , 0:l7 :?ti l.t 1-I-!) --7.887.440 fi.iiGO.ti:lt I 6 . L4:3.H2fi i I VALCE IN 3 F.O.B . ln+.fi8+ :5.(Wl . 729 -Ul7:!.0fl 4 l.892,7 11 7 . 01:i !l.71)'.3 2 .677 4:'>5.:W + 68.5ii:-{ LR :,,34-i 5.506.939 5.050,-116 3 , 275,316 l f!:,t I :U~:?--1. :l'iR ii.:rn I .7117 :i.!1 7:1 ti--l-:1.:i:1:! I O :i4:! ----s.s:i:i.84:? 121. 180 4.4fl:?.G9!i 4 . 78:! fi--1--6.747 !) -l-t3 l 5. 1 66.074 -1----:! . 2ii7 . :H-l :i,8 1 0.:?07 17 .:!2I H77 .7:38 17 ,3.0 l--l-.!) t i--l ;3_00:?.--l-:l!i 1 \l:i. :lS:! 1 I 0.--1--:2:1 1 --_ _ .... _ 1,.' ) _ . t > ' ( , . . , I " "'('•) :. )I ~'\•)'\ ( I ( I ii 1 8 .8 (\+ 1.7 4 UJ;,,i ;j,440.\l:\fi :J.43:? . fi87 IH . 11 6 81i.7Sfi li40Ati2 l:!G.\lK 'i 16 6.6::fi.:3!):3 5.:{88.+14 1.1 (\7 .--1-Hli :U'il.:2 1 4 4-! Ui:?O 7S:i.O:i'i 7ii:l. IO :~ :L,:3!l.08K -!-(i.ll:? 7 : 1:l.:\li(i 5.0fll .6 74 :u-1-:1w:2 :3.78:!.:iO+ .n 1:? I . , ->l 7 8 ~:-; ., ,) +:!4.!llO :{. l ;i;3 _ ,1!)7 n.ooo :i\14.-1-71\ f\ --4 . UH .!lO!I l...:i )--1 )--1

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    Table 16 SHOWING THE EXPORTS AND COUNTRIES OF CONSIGNMENT OF RUM FOR THE YEARS Hl4i5-19i>4 COUNTRIES OF C0Ns1o~MENT nited Kingrlom ... ritish North America, ... u B 0 ther British Poss ess ions United States of Ameri ca ther Forei g n Countries 0 s ' hips' Stores TOTAL J<~XPORTS United Kingdom British North Ameriea . .. ... ... ... Other British Pos sess ion s United Stat es of Ameri ea, Other Foreign Co11nt ri e;.; f:.hips ' Stores . .. TOTAL VALUE~ ... .. . .. . . .. ... . .. ... . . . ... . .. ... ... ... ... . .. H14fi 1946 813.746 /i32 .56!) 10] ,919 236 , 882 329 .2 98 310.740 4 , 088 16,202 57,054 135.113 3,8H2 3,321 I . . :309.997 I 1.234 ,8 27 748.646 528.514 93 . 768 234.931 :302.957 307.310 3,758 16.099 52,483 135 , 019 3.581 3,298 1,205 . 193 l.225,171 19-1-7 1948 1950 1950 I 9ii I 1952 1!)5 :l !)6fl.72!) :312.403 Jl Jl7D 382,-!64 702.767 rn2.l71 34 ./i98 90, l 9-l ~8 , 577 87 .8;;4 ii9Ji96 105.972 93.781 90.177 339,843 426.473 395.603 400,43/'i 469.643 478,128 ;; 1 J ,,1.29 6fi5 206 484 248 2:3:1 688 i'>72 62.055 3 . 289 96.906 ii2 .8 90 7:3.5(t3 20.7 ,55 1 S.ii8:3 5,178 6.028 iU98 6.663 5.817 5.163 fi.:3fl!) 1,467.654 s:rn.976 (i:37.124 902.296 1 .: 357 .99:j 780.686 GHO. 728 VALUE IN 8 F.O.B. I l.095.532 674.780 1 rn.fiGO 488.720 557 .688 248.222 40.6(3 ;, 101,380 HH , 32:3 3 l-! , 517 184,48;3 354.612 :34fi.13:3 :l2(L 'i71i :375 , : i28 f)2l.l82 647.308 655.224 u:12.9% 1 . 110 , 732 l . :t!o.:3!):l 754 446 1.733 716 !)79 2,890 2.301 i0 . 762 7.104 I l9.424 f'i6.70 l l 03,3:{/i 42 , 980 I :lii.Gi7 ti.818 13.022 l (i.S:l6 :.!0,094 :?2,8(i5 :W.:246 :!l.00:i ----1,649,774 I ,8 07.86(i 1 , 213.-1-78 1 . -1-1,i.941) l.972.474 1 , 770 . 20:3 I . i,i2.fk>7 I,. .ti I 1n :, ,1. I 4,i.0,;8 I I 120.8+!") fi3ii.fl2H 2.0LO +G .7 lfi (U \ ln S i i7. If i i i I I -!6. i il 1 :t,:l.129 l . !iii!l.fHi6 li.12-! G-+.477 :?fi.1Hi9 2 . l : >:iXiti

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    I Table 17 DOMESTIC EXPORTS THE FOLLOWING COMPARATIVE STATEMENT SHOWS THE DIRECTION OF THE EXPORT~ OF DOMESTIC PIWDl' C'E FOR THR YEARS ]!)50-Hlli4 COUNTRIES 1950 1951 1952 1953 l!).34 $ Q I $ % $ 0 / $ 0 / $ / o / 0 / 0 Uni trrl Kingclom ... ... 11 , 3:34,431 4:3. 73 13 , 845.618 42.02 Hl , 360 , 20!) 52.47 30 , 104,447 78.!)l 22 .9!lfi.:t3S Can:vl:t . .. . . . 12 . 26:j,;114 47 .:12 15 , 938.408 48.37 14.:354.661 38.90 4.30!Umfi 11. 29 10.484.01:~ Othrr Part s of thr British Empire 1,672,948 6.45 2,:no,537 7 .19 2.967.172 8.04 2.s61.om, 7.51 :3.26/i.!)8{3 Unit e d Statc-s of America ... 557.736 2. l Ii 657 , 80:3 2.00 137. 809 .:37 7!iG.858 2.01 (H0.7H8 Otlwr 1<'or e ign Countries ... 70.!)91 .27 115.321 .:{5 59.480 .16 SG. fl02 .23 171.7fi!) Ships ' 8tor es and Bunkers .. . 22 .39 1 .08 24 , 307 .07 20.773 .06 21.112 . 05 2(i.l77 TOTAL ... ... 25 , 924,011 I 32,951,994 36,900,104 38,149.893 37,51>5.051 % 61.23 27.!)l 8.70 l . 1,:3 0.46 0.07

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    ' --------------...-.---Table 18 RE-EXPORTS THE FOLLOWING COMPARATIVE STATEMENT SHOWS THE DIRECTION OF THE RE-EXPORTS FOR THE YEARS l950-l\J5-! COUNTRIES 19;30 1951 s ~<) $ enitedKingclom ... ... Si>,987 fi.00 151,3 52 Canada ... . .. 20.754 1.21 41 , 184 British West Indie s . . . .. . l , 113.973 6-!. 80 l .474 , 104 British Guiana . . . . . . 200 .271 l l. 6:""i 241 . 5-!9 Other Part s of the British Empire 7.128 4•J 27.647 U nited States of America . .. 89. 657 5. 22 193.367 Other For e i g n Countries ... 116 .399 6.77 230.876 Ships' Stores and Bunkers . . . 84. 902 4. 93 152 . 093 TOTAL l.7]\).071 I 2,512.172 I -o/~ 6.02 1.64 58.68 9.62 l.10 7 .70 9.19 G.05 1952 S o ,; , 391,163 12.83 43 , 941 1.44 1,797 , 318 58 .93 2:30.340 7 .fi6 J!J.2-i7 .63 96,272 3 .16 290 , 803 9. 53 1 80.tn4 fi.92 3 , 0-!tUJ58 1953 --$ ----~o~ ; , 151 ,863 5.09 49. i5 ,9 l. 66 1.9:"ii , 008 6;Li-! 20 l.:!) rn G., -1 13.7-14 .-!6 16,i . :394 5.5-! 232.0-!9 7 .77 2rn.oss 7. 20 2.!)S6.00S 1954 g 300.568 6 , 486 l . , 36 , 614 2,:-urno ;3Ji52 :3:3. 005 2 : 3:U,74 :Wl. 767 O ! 0 10.42 0.22 60.20 n.n,"i 0.20 l. l-i S.()13 JO. 11

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    lNDEX TO IMPORTS AND A. Alrntell a11s an1 ..... ........ . ........................ ..... ....... ...... ... ....... ... . ......... . C . ( 'a kin111 Carbide ................................. . ................ . .......... . . . C'11ndles-Tallow . . .. .. ...... ..... . . .... ........ .. . ... ..... .. . ....... .. ..... . Oth er Kinds ...... ....... . ........ .. ... . ....... .. ....... ... . ( anls-Playing ..................... . ............... .. .......... ... .. .. ....... . XPORTS Import.,; & Exporh t'las-ifoat ion XnrnlHt Jll Ul li!l!)-12.1 Go-1 01 G!Jl-03 00] 001 Dn-O!J.2 Otil 01.2 OSl 0:l OSl-04 O<'il 04 OtG-0:3 841-01 0 41-0 2 8-11 {JG 8 -11-12 051-0-! G!JJ 02.4 6!.!1-02.2 591-01.4 055-0-:1-.l 6i53-0,3 533 0:3.4 6!i]-03 31:3-09.1 W2-02 921-01.3 31:3-01.1 012-01.1 65u-Ol 831-01.1 099 043-01 681-04 89!.!-12 552-01.1 054-----02 012-02 112-0 3. l 733-01 733-02 732-02 732-07 048-04.3 0-18-04.1 112-04.5 552-0:3 53:1-01.1 892-01 85 1 -02 665-01 081-01.2 112-04.4 682-01 662-01.1 899la 69!l-l3 023-0] 5e-Ol.4 899-01. 1 899-01.2 899-1 4

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    11. C. Cars-1\Iotor Can; i\lo t1 >r-parts ........ . ........ .. ............... .. ................... . Chi's l\1:otorf_rn•s .. ........ .......... , . ....... .... ........................ .. ''Tnb e s ............................. .. .. ...... ..... .. .. ( 'al,(•s ....... ........ ....... .... .. . ............ .. ........................ .. l.,l"lll l' l . lt ....................................... , .................. . .. . ..... . ('i111lk-Fn•par t>d ........................... . ....... , .......... ........ .. Cliarloal ................................ .. .................. ..... ...... . ( lte ts,• .... . .................................................................. . ( ' l,l'micals-Cal1:i11m Caiibide ...... . ......... .. ...... , ... .... .... ; Sulph11ric .A cid .................. . ......................... . ('lw1ni1:als ::--:.E . S ..... ..... ...................................................... ] ('i,l'mica'1 :i.\Iatrnres (SPe Manures) .................... f ...... . I 'itl<-1' and Pnn in Bottles ........................................ ( .,' Ii iua, P orl'e lai1 and EarthPn ware ........ . ............. ........... , Ci .c:al' dt e s ............................................................... .. ....... . ( ' iga1s ............ , ........ . .. ... ...... ..... .. ........ .. ........ .. ............... .. ('lo C' ksancl]"arts .... ........................... . .......................... .. Coal. Cob , and Patent Fuel ........ .......... .. ... .................. .. . ( otoa1111ts ...................................................................... .. ('o<"oa1111t ::\IeaI ............................................................... . Co<"oa-Raw PrPparPc1 .. ....... . .............................. ... .... . Cofft ' -H a w ... . .. ... .... .... ..... ...... ..... .. ..... . ............. .... ..... . P!'qia1c1 (including Chi1ory) ............... . ( ' 0111111Prital Traydl Prs Samples ....... ... ..... .... ...... .. ......... ro11d(sed Milk ........................................................... . ('011frl'tiOJ1Pr) 811g-ar C'ho1ol lihl,• \'11 ts-( '.rwoa 1111ls ...... .. .......................... ..... ..... 1 OthPr E:irnls ...................................... .. E!Y;!S i II ;;]]('11 ...... .. ................................ ......... .... ........ ... . .. .. ........................ . ... .. .......... i Imports & Exports Classificatio11 l\11111ber 73:2-01 7:J:2 Uo li:2 : 1-01.2 (i:2!)-Ul.li 001-t:l.2 G61-lJ2 (j(j:J 01 241-0:2 U:2-l 01 512-01.4 511-Gl.1 599-03.2 561 112-02 66(i-0I 122-02 122-0J 8fi4 0l 311-0] 051-07.2 O\Sl 03 072 01 072-02 071-01 071-02 9:n 01.1 022 01.l 0G2-0l.1 07:3-01.l 682-01 682-01 221-02 112-0,Ul 6:13-01.2 0+4 01 -O:i7-02 2(i:3-01 653-05 G:i2 0l.2 F'i:'i-Wl 652-01.2 655-00 3]2-01 Wl2 0::U m'1 1G 7 '.!)_ (l•) 732-f '. '7 73:1-f'l 7:3::1 02 Ofil--01.1 !121-0!1.l 632 0:1.1 mrn 01 2+3 02.1 G!ll 01.:1 272 02 fi61-n:1 GGG-01 412-07 0:il -0 7.2 051 -0 7.0 02:"i-01 Ot2:'i-02 . ..

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    . r I ill. -Continued. Electrical Apparatus:................................................. . lffidios ................................................ ..... ......... .. R adio Parts .......................... . .. ............... . .. .... . Other Electrical Appliances .... ........ .. ............. . Explosives Dynamit e ......... .......... .. .......... .. . ............. . Other kinds ... .... ................................. .. Extracts and Essences ( Other than m eat) ................... . ~Jxtracts and Ess ences meat ....... ......... ..... ...... ................ . F. Falernwu ............................................... . .............. . ... . .... . .F'ancy Molasses ...................................... . ........................ . Farinaceou s preparations Arrowroot .................. .. Oatmeal ....................... . Other kinds .............. .. Fibr e Coir li"irearms Fir ecla. y Firewood •," '''''''•• Fireworks .. ..... ... .................... . .... ... ... ....... . .. .... .. .... .. .... .... . Fish-Cann ed or preserved in airtight co ntain e rs ...... .. Dried, salted, or smoked ................................... . Fresh ............................... .. ........................ .. . Pickl ed oth e t' than Trout and Salmon .... ...... .. Tront a•nd Salmon ...... .... ....... ..... ........ .. :Flags ......... .. ................................... ..... ......... ... .... .. .. . Flou r a-nd mral-vVhPat<>n or Rvr ............ . .................. . l\faize or Corn;neal .. . .. .. ..... ......... ..... .. :F'rnit-Canned and Bottled .... ........ .... ...... ...... .............. .. Dri rd includingCurrants & Raisins .... . .. . . .. . Fresh Applt•s .. . .. . .. ........ .... ........ ...... ... ... ...... . Fr esh-othe r kinds .... .. . .. .......... ..... . .................. . Tamarind,: ... .... .... ..... ............ .. . ............................ . Furniture of Metal . . . . ... . .......... ...... .. .. .. ... .... . . ... ..... .. ......... .. T-'urniture of '\Vo od ........................................ . ..... ...... .... .. . G. GalYanisecl sheets Gasolr1w . ...... . ........................ . ........... .. ......... . ................... . Ga,s Oil, Solar, Diesel ....................................................... . Ui11 .............. . ... ....... . ......................... . .... ...... .... ...... .. . Glass and G lass num11fadnre-l3ottles ........ ... ..... ....... . Lamp Chimneys ...... .. TablP G lassw are ....... . Othrr .l\fa11.ufad111,.,, Goats ........ .. .................................... .. . . .... ................. . Grain-Corn ..... . . ... ............................................. .,. ... 1, ..... .. Rarlr~ . . .. . .. ....... . . ... ......... ...... .. . .. . . .. ................ . Oats '\Vh Pa t Crrasr ........ ...... .. ....... ....... .. . ........... . . . ....... .. ..... .. .. .... ..... .. Gunrn and Glnr .............. .. .............. .. ... . .. ... .......... ...... .. .. . . . H. fI.: lwrclaslH'r~ soft a1H l milliner~ ... ............... . .. .... .. . .... . . . . ! arns 11arclwood Ilanhrnrf': Purniturr of mrtal ................ . ...... ......... . .. . ITollowarP of mrtal .................. . ...... .. ........ . Otlwr kinrls of nwtal ......... . ......................... . Refrigerator parts ... .. . .. .... ................... .... .... . Tlat s. Bonnets and Caps ........ .. ... .. ................ .. ............. . . Tiradin g-s Imports & Exports Classification Kumber 721-04.2 721-04.9 721-05 591-01.3 591-01.4 099 013-09 112-0-l .9 061-0-l.2 055-0-b.l 047-09 048-01 265-0D.l 691-02.2 662-01.:1 2-1-1-Dl fiDl-03 0:32-01 031-02.1 o::n-01 o:n-02.n 031-02.2 656-00 046 01 047 02 053-01.1 053-02 051-04 051-06.D 053 01.1 821-02 82 1-01 681-07 313-0Ul 313-03 112-04.:1 66,i-Ol 812-04.J 6(1 :i -0:? 665-0,9 001-09.1 044-01 04:{-01 045-01.2 0+1-01 042-02.!J , 3 1 :1-0-l. 2 ;jf)fl-03.2 G:5+ 01 012-01.:? 24:1-0:3.2 82 1-02 609-]3 (rnfl-lR 8!:HlG8 8 -ll-O R ORl-01.1 632-02

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    lV. ff-Continued. lfl :.\lannfadnres: .................................. .. .. .. ,\l nm ininm Shr ds .............................. , ......... .. . .. .... .... ...... . Galvanized Sher t s ..................................... .. .... . Nails an d Rivets ........ . ..................................... .. Ba rs an
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    v. M-Continued l\lad1inery ( Cont'd ) for Cotton, Cotton Goods ...... .. lee ,, l n i gation .. ..... . ........ ... . .. '' l ''r in tin g . .... . ..... .. .... . ..... . '' H,um ........................... . '' Sugar . . ....................... . " Toba cco .................... . . .. " All Ot h e r Kinds . . .... .. . .. .. M anufa ct ur e d Articles N.E.S . .. ....... ... .......... .. ......... . J'rfanures and Ferti liz ers 1> o't ash ...... '. . . .... ... .. ... . . . ... . . .. ... .. . . ... ... ..... . . .. . Sulp h ate of Ammonia ............... . ........ .. ........ .. :.\Ianur es N .KS . . . . ............ . ...... .... ....... . .... . :, laps ancl C harts ~ \! ,1 rg t1ri 1 11 ..... ............ . ... ..... . ........ .. .. .. ..... ...... . . .. .. ... .. . . .......... . , \1a tehe . s .... ... ... ................ .... ...... ... ...... .. . .... .... .. .......... . .. . Mats and Mat t ing. .... ........... . ..... .... ... . .. . .... ..... ............. . 7 \[p a l-Baton . ..... . .. . ... ... .. .. ... ........ .. .... .. ...... . ............. . J Iams ..... ........... .. ....... .. . .. . . . . .... ... ... ... ... .. . . .. Bf'Pi-Salted , Pork Saltf'd H t' " f lln':ii h nrnl Rh rts-T r 0n and Steel ..... .... .. . .................. . . ', n.ts Rili hfof'o, 0 mm ufa nt her Kinds I mports & .Exports Clw,siffratiou ~umber 71 G -13.U 71 6-13 .9 71 6 -1 3.9 716-1 3. 9 716-1 3 .9 71 613 .1 71 6-13 .9 71 61 3.9 80 9-18 5 61-0'3 56101 561-09 oU:2-0:Ll 091-01 8D!J U:2 G57-0l 0 l 2----ll l.] 11] :2-01.Z 01:20:2 012-0] .!) 011-01 011-02 011-0 3 011 -0+ 01 3 -0:2.!) 013-09 5 41 2 8 2-01 684-01 681-07 6 81-04 tirlD-07 (,!ifl-05 f i!"l!l -21 ti S:2-(l .1 (i . C: :2 01 G!J ~l-2!l [i.' ; ~ 1 fll (ifr i -Ol 6 86-01 022-01.1 (i ., ~ -1 I] O Gl -0+.l O lil-fl l. Z 0Gl-0+.3 7:l:2-0 1 n2-0G n 2 -02 7:12-07 71 :l-01 .1 n : . n:1 '.W J-. 01.9 921-01.4 8fJ1-01.2 W ll --01.8. 891 -0 1.1 (j()!q_Q7 n::;1-~n7.? 051 -0 7 .0

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    VJ. o. ()atmeal . . .. ............ . ... .. ....................................... . .... . .. .. . .. ... . Oats . ....... . ............ .. ............... . ..................... . .... . . . ..... ... ......... . Oil-Cast.or ............................................................ . .... . ..... . Oilmeal and Oilcake ...... . ................. . .. . ... . .. . ...... . ... ... ....... . Oil-Crude .......................... . ............ . .......... .. .. . ... , ... .... ....... . Oil-Edibl e ( including cocoanut) ...... .. ... . ....... . ...... ... . . . Oils : -Bay for Rum .. .. ................. . .. . .. . .... . .......... . .... . ..... .. Fuel Residue ............................. . ... . .... .. ........ .. ..... . K e rosen e ...... . .... . ...................... .......... . . ......... .. . ... . .. . . Motor Spirit including Petrol Benzin e ....... . Gas, Solar, Diesel Power and oth e r P e trol e um di s tillate Fuels .............................. . .. .... .... . ... . Lubricatin g Oil ........... . .... . . .. .... ... . . . . ..... . ... . ... .. ... . . . P a int Oil s . ..... .. .................... . . .... ............. . .... . ..... . . Oils-Road Oil . . .... ...... . ........... .. . . . . . .. ... . . . .. ....... . .. .... . . . . .. ... . Oilcloth and Linol e um .... .. ............... .. . .. .... .. .... . ... .. . ... .. . .. . Onions ........ ... . ... ....... . .. . .. . ................ . . ... . . .. ... . .. ..... . .. . ....... . .. . P. Paint Oil . . .......... . .... ...... ............................ . ............. ..... . .. . .. .Paints ........................................................ . ........................ . l>aper Pr . inti ng......... . ........................ . ................. ... . .... ... . Wr a pping .. .. . . .......................... .. .. . . .. .... . . .. ... ..... . . . . \Vr it in g . ... . .. .. . . . . ....... .... ... . .... . .. . . .. . . . .... .... . .. . . ....... . . .Paper Manu fac tur es -Playing Card s ........ . ... .. .. . .. . ..... . C urren c y N o t es .... .. .... .... .... ... . . Par ee l P ost ... . .................... .......... . ... ..... . .. . . .... .. ... . .. . .... . . . . . . . Peanuts .... .. .. . ... .. ........................... . .......... ... .. .. . .... .. ..... . . ... . . P r Tfmn e d Spirit sBa y Rum . ... . . . ... .. . . ..... ... ... .... . . .. ... ... . Perfun1 e s . ...... . .. .. ....... ..... .. .. ........ . .... ... .. .... . .. ... .... ... .... .... .... . P e rsonal Eff ec ts ........ . .. . ................................................... . Photog-r a phi, , A ppli a 11 c Ps .................. .. . . .. ... . ....... ... . .... ... . . Pickles, S a uc e s ancl O ondinwnts ........ .. .................. .... . . . . PietnrPs , E11g-r r l'l'in -; lllHl otl1er works of Art .... . . .... .. Piec<' G oo cl s : Artifi c ial Silk ... . .. . . .... ..... ... .... ..... .. . . .. .. . . . C ot t on ..... . . ........... .... . ....... . ... . ....... . . . ... . .... . Pit c h Pin e ... . ............... . .. . .. . ... . . . ...... . .... . . . ... ... . .... . .. .. ... . . .... . Plant s, S ee d;; a ncl Bn lb s for Prop ognti o n . ..... . . ... . . .... .. . l' la-;ii , ;,\J a 11 11fad 111 , ,,-. l1111 1,-;e]1" l 11 .. .... ......... .... .. . .. ... ... . . .. .. ., ,, Oth e r Kim ls Plnte nn c l Pl ate d war e .. . . . . .. . .. .. .. . ... .. . . ............. .. ........... .. . PlnyingC ards .... . .. . . . ... . ....... ..... . .. ... . .. . ... ... . . . .... .. . .... . ... . ..... Polish e s ..... . . . ...... .. .. .. ....... . ......... . .. .. . .. . . . ..... . . . .. . .... . . . ...... . .. . . . Pollarcl .... ... .. . ....... . .. . .. .... ............ . ........... . . ... .... . .. ... .. .. . ... . . ... . P01eelain wnr e ..... .. .. . . . ......... . ................ .. .. .. .. ... .. .. . .... ... .... . Pork S a lt e d . . ............ ..... ... . ............. . ... . ... . .. ... .. .. . . ..... . ... .. .. . . . P o st s Fn ~ qu a r c d ..... .. . .... .. .. . ............. ... ...... ....... ... . . .. .... . .. ... . P o table Spirit s ot h e r . ... . ........ .. . ..... . . . . .. .. . . .... . . .... . .......... .. . . P o t . n c: h . ................................... . . .... ......... . ........ . ..... .... ... . .... .. . . P o t a to e s . . ... . .. . . ......... .. . . .. .... . . . ..... .. . ... ...... ..... .. ......... .. ... ... .... . P o ultn a nd Game .... . . . .. . . ........ . . ..... . . .... . ....... . .. . ... . . . .... . .. . . . ] > 1 j 11 ti 1\ g I?: ~ hi; ~;, ;~ : .. : :: :: : : : :: :::::: : ::: : : : : . .. : ::::. : . ..:.::: : : . : :: : : : : .. P n p c r .... .... ... . .. .. . .. . ....... . .. . . .... . ... .. ..... ... . . . . . . . .. .... . . . P1 y i-;io11 ,\:. R ~ .... . ... .. . .............. . . . . . .. . . ..... .. ....... . .. ... ..... . R. Ha
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    l Rubber Tnbes for Tru c ks and Tractor s .... ... ................ . ,, Motor Cy c les ..... ... ........... . ......... .. ... . ,, Cycl es oth er than Motor ... ...... . ..... . Ruin 1n Ca rton s ... . . .. . . . . ... .... . . .. . . .... . . .. . .... .... .. .. . . .... .... . .. . . 111 Otlwr Co ntain e rs ................. ... ......... . .................. , s. Saccharin ....... . .. .. ..... .. .......................... . . . ........ . ..... ..... .... . Saddlery and Harness . . . .. . .. . . . . .. . ..... ..... . .. . . .. . . . ... .... ... . . . ... . Salt-Coarse and Ro c k ................... , .. . . ...... . ............ .. . .... . . F'ine .... ... .................................................... . ..... ..... . . T ab le ... . ..... .................... ...... ........ . ..... .. . ...... ... . . ........ . Sand and Earth ... . . .... . ...................... . .......................... .... . . Sashes and Blimls of Metal... ......... .. . . . . ....... ..... ............. . S c i e ntifi c In stru m e nt s ... .. . ... . .. . ......... . .. . ...... . . .. .. . .. .. . ..... . Sea 1\Io ss ........... . ......... .. . . ..... . ..... .. ..... ...... ........ .... . .. .... ...... . . S ee ds (Bir ds, Ett-.) . ... . . . ... ..... . . ... ....... ...... ....... . . .. ....... .. .... . . See d s and B eans for rx pr essi n g O i l -Cop r a .. .. . . ....... . . . Sew ing 1\Iachin es . .... . .. .... . ... ..... ..... ... . ... ... .......... ........ . .... . ~ •iJip s, Boat s.; an
    PAGE 248

    viii. 'TI-Continued 'l'obacco Manufactured: Cigars ................................ ... ... .. ...... . .... . ...... . .. . Cigarettes ....................................................... . Other Kinds ............................... .................. .. ... .. Plug, Stick or Twist ......... .......... ...... ............. .. Snuff . . .... . ... .. ............................................... . .. .. Toilet Requisit es ... .............. . ............................. . .............. .. ':roys and Games .. .. ... .................................................. ... .. 'fractors for Agricultural purposes ........................ .. Other than for agTicultural purpos es Tractor Parts ................................................... .. ........... .. 'l'rucks and Vans-2.\lotor .......................................... .. 'l'ubs and Baths ............................................ ........ .......... .. '1 1 nrpenti1n e ................................................................ .. Twines .... .. ............................................................... . Typewriters and Parts ........... .. ..................... . ............. .. Tyre s ltubb e r for cars .............. ................ ................. . .. ,, Bicycles Other than Motor .. .. . .. . ,, . :\Iot;n ( ! ydPs ... ..................... .... . . ,, Trucks and 'l'ia C'to r s .......... .. .. . .. . u. Umbrellas and Parasols V. Varnish \' ae uum Pan : Molass es ................................................. . V ~1 1 ;3 01 l -0 1 ]1 2-04.2 061 lll . :2 ! ] : _(!1. I. 11:? 01.4 112 01.2 l12 01.;l C!l!l 0:'i 2-t:t ft'.J ~ ? --!-: : -. n: : t -~ r,::~' -O:? '?11 0:~.2 .,., ~:: 02.!l ? ~2 -0') f;'.1'.2--01.2 2.i:1 -0:1,::-; t.

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    ii:. W-Continued. "\Yuod 11ml Tilllh r r :\Iannfae. Doors Sash1•,; B li11d,-, ... . F'111niture ......... . . .. . ...... ..... .... ... ...... ... ..... . . ., w ooll r n arnl worsted J< 7 abrirs ................... . .............. .... .. '\Vrappi1igPa•p r r writing Papl'r Y. Yeast z Zi1\1: mid Zi111: l\fanuf ...... .. . .. .. ... .. ....... .. ..... ... ........... .. ....... .. Imports & Exports Glassifit:ation Numb1•r 632-03.1 821~01 653-02 641-02.2 641-02.1 09!)


    VOL. XCIl.

    PUBLISHED BY

    BRIDGETOWN,

    BARBADOS,





    Notice No. 32
    MEETING OF LEGISLATURE
    The Legislative Couneil will meet on Friday
    Isth -Fanuary, 1957 at 3.30 o'clock p.m.
    The House of Assembly will meet on Tuesday
    22nd January, 1997 at 8 o'clock pan.

    Notice No. 33
    GOVERNMENT NOTICES

    Resumption Of Duty
    V. I. deL. Carrington, Acting Registrar, on the
    Isth January, 1957.
    (ALP. — L. 287)

    The Honourable Dr. A. S. Cato, M.LL.C., Polic2
    Medieal Officer, District “!A7’, on the 12th January.
    1957.

    ALP be 30a7;
    Leave

    The Honourable Dr. A. S. Cato, ALL.C., Police
    Medieal Offiver, District ‘'A’’, duty leave with effect
    from 19th January, 1957.

    Acting Appointments
    Dr. A. L. Stuart to act as Police Medical Officer,
    District “°A7’, with effect from 19th January, 19457.
    M.P.—I.. 8057)



    Dr FL ON. Grannum, Ilealth Offieer (Port), to
    aet as Senior Medical Officer of Health in conjunction
    with his substantive duties with effect from Ist Jann.
    ary, 1957.

    .MLP.—3658 Vol. 11)

    ZAV.749F
    BAbV ¢



    17TH JANUARY,





    —:

    AUTHORITY



    1957



    (GE. Wellington, Barrister-at-Law. to act as
    Police Magistrate, District “E’?, with effect from 18th

    January, 1957.

    CMP. 1477)

    Appointment
    The Governor-in-Executive Comimittce has been
    pleased to appoint Mir. BE. F. L. Morris te be a ment.
    ber of the Transport Board with effeet from 4th
    January, 1957,
    (No. CL 50573)

    Sugar Industry Agricultural Bank

    lis Excellency the Governor has appointed the
    Houcurable J. A. Mahon, M.L-C., to be his nomince
    on the Sugar Industry Agricultural Bank for the
    Legislative Session 1956—61. Ilis Hxcelleney has
    aiso appointed Mo. Mahon as Chairman of the Bank
    for the Session.

    (ALP.—1105/39/8. 1)





    Notice No. 34+
    LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICES

    The application of Watts Baructt, of Labon, Ne.
    Spencers, Cl, Ch., fer permission to sell Spirits,
    Malt Liquors, &e.. at a wooden shop attached to a
    wall building at Labon; Nr. Spencers: Ch. Ch.;
    within Dist. *£B’’,

    Dated this 16th day of January 1957,

    Cc. L. WALWYN,
    Police Magistrate, Dist. Bâ„¢

    ILERMON A. BARNETT.
    for Applicant.
    N.B.—This appleation will be considered at a.
    Licensiny Court to be held at Police Court, District
    “B’? on Monday the 28th day of January 1957 at
    11 o’eloek, acm,
    CG. L. WALWYN.,
    Police Magistrate, Dist. “B’’.
    30 OFFICLAL



    LIQVUOK LICENSE NOTLICES—Coni'd
    Application for a New Liquor License Under
    ‘‘The Liquor Licenses (Amendment)
    Act 1912.
    Naine:
    Ovucupation :

    CYNTULTA ©. WELCH.
    SHOPKEEPER.

    CHURCIL STREET, ST. PETER.

    Pari

    at

    Residence :
    Situation of Premises:
    building

    Description aud
    of a One Storey wall and wooden
    Church Street, St. Peter.

    Dated this 14th day of January, 1947.
    Lou:—SYDNEY HU. NURSE, Esy.,

    Ag. Police Magistrate, District ‘‘E.

    CYNTITLA O. WELCH,
    Applicant,
    NB.—This application will be considered at av
    Licensing Court to be held on Monday 2sth day of