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9 GEORGE V 


SESSIONAL PAPER No. 11 


A. 1919 


TRADE REPORT 

OF THE . 

DEPARTMENT OF CUSTOMS 


CONTAINING THE 

TABLES AND STATEMENTS OF IMPORTS 

AND EXPORTS 

OF THE 

DOMINION OF CANADA 


FOR THE FISCAL YEAR ENDED MARCH 31 

1918 


COMPILED FROM OFFICIAL RETURNS 


PRINTED BY ORDER OF PARLIAMENT 



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9 GEORGE V 


SESSIONAL PAPER No. 11 


A. 1919 


7’o His Excellency the Duke of Devonshire, K.G., P.C., G.C .M .G., G.C.\ etc., 
etc., etc.. Governor General and Comniander in Chief of the Dominion of 
Canada. 


^Iay it Please Your Excellency: — 

The undersigned has the honour to present to Your Excellency the Annual 
Report of the Department of Customs, containing Tables and Statements of 
Imports and Exports of the Dominion of Canada for the Fiscal Tear ended 
March 31, 1918, as prepared from official returns and laid before me by the 
C'ommissioner of Customs. 

All of which is respectfully submitted. 


Ottawa, December 5, 1918. 


A. L. SIFTON, 

^Minister of Customs. 


9 GEORGE V 


SESSIONAL PAPER No. 11 


A. 1919 


Hon. A. L. SiPTOX, 

Minister of Customs. 


( 'u ST( J M S De P A KT M EX T , 

Ottawa, June 17, TJIS. 


1 have the honour to hand you the Annual Report of the Department of 
Customs, containing Tables and Statements of Imports and Exports of the 
Dominion of Canada for the fiscal year ended March 31, 1918. 


I have the honour to be, .sir, 

Your obedient s('rvant, 

JOHN ?kIcDOUGALD, 

Commissioner of Customs. 


9 GEORGE V 


SESSIONAL PAPER No. 11 


A. 1919 


INDEX 


TO 1ABLE8 AND STATEMENTS. 


Xo. of 
State- 
ment. 

Subject. 

Description. 

Page 
Part I. 



PART I. 




Gomp.xr.^tive T.xbles. 


1 

Imports and Export.s 

Total Exports and Imports entered for Home Consumi)tion 




and duty collected from 1868 to 1918. . . . .• 

3 

2 

Aggregate Trade 

Total Trade (entered for Home Gonsumption and Exported 




by Countries, 1873 to 1918 

4 

3 

ii 

Total Trade, Imports entered for Home Consumption and 




Exports, 1868 to 1918 

6 

4 

Export.s. 

Total Exports bv C\)uiitri(*s» 1S73 to 1918 

7 

i) 

Imports 

Total value of Goods entered for Home Consumption by 




Countries, 1873 to 1918 

9 

t) 

Revenue. 

'^Fotal T^iity r’oIIf'cti'H liy Pomitrios, 1873 to 1918 

11 

7 

“ percentage 

Percentage of Dutv on Imports enteix'd for Home (^onsump- 




tion, percentage expense of collection, 1868 to 1918 

13 

s 

Imports and Exi)orts 

Comparative Statement of Imports entered for Home Con- 




•sumption and Exports, showing percentage excess of 




Imports entered for Home C'onsumption over Exports, 




etc., 1868 to 1918 

14 

y 

Import.s and Exports 

Comparative Statement by Ports: Exports, and Imports 




entered for Home Consumption, 3 years 

16 

10 

Imports 

Articles entered for Home Consumption by principal Ports. 

24 

11 

Exports 

■Articles Exported from principal Ports 1 

40 



T.xbles .\xd St.xtemexts for Fisc.xl Ye.xr, 1918. 


12 

Revenue 

Statement of Customs Duties collected at each Port and 




Out port, 1918 

60 

13 

Imports.. 

Stnfpnipnt of Onofls pivlprpfl fi>r TTotop C’onsinnption from 




Countries cndiraced in the British Empire and other 




Countries, 1918 

78 

13 


Statement of Goods entered for Home Consumption, 1917 




and 1918 

84 

14 

Exports 

Statement of Goods Exported, 1917 and 1918 

87 

14 

Statement of Exports to Countries embraced in the British 




Empire and all other Countries 

87 

1.5 

Imports and Exports 

Dominion Abstract, value of Imports entered for Home 




Consumption bx^ Countries, 1918 (Dutiable and Free) 




and Exports. (Goods the Produce of Canada, and 




Goods not the Produce of Canada) 

92 

16 

Imports 

-Abstract of Food, Raw, Manufactured and Mi,scellaneous 




articles United Kingdom, “Brit. Poss., other,” and 




foreign countries, 1918 

94 

17 

Exports 

■Abstract of Food, Raw, Manufatcutred and Aliscellaneous 




articles United Kingdom, “Brit. Poss., other,” and 




foreign countries, 1918 

94 

18 

Imports and Exports 

Value of goods Imported for Home Con.sumption and 




Exported via United States Ports, 1918 

9.) 

19 

Warehousing 

Statement of the Value of Goods remaining in Warehouse 




1916, 1917 and 1918 

97 

20 

l'r;i nsli i pm t . . 

Stnf pirnoTit. nf Trunshipmont trHflo, at Montroalf 1918 . 

98 

21 


Statement of Transhipment trade at Montreal for Foreign 




Countries from 1886 to 1918 

103 

22 

General Imports 

General Statement of Imports entered for Home Consumj)- 




tion by Countries. Dutiable 

104 

* 22 

U 44 

General .Statement of Imports entered for Homp Consump- 




tion by Countries. Free 

330 

22 

ii ii 

Recapitulation bv Provinces, General Statement of Imports 




entered for Home Con.sumption Dutiable and Free 

3/7 

23 

ii ii 

■Ab.stract by Countries, value of goods entered for Home 




Con.sumption 

378 

24 

General Exports 

General Statement of Exports (Goods the Produce of 




Canada and Goods, not the produce of Canada) 

380 

25 

ii ii 

A' stract by Countries of Total Exports 

458 


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9 GEORGE V 


SESSIONAL PAPER No. 11 


A. 1919 


EXPLANATORY NOTES. 

In General Statement No. 22 (Pt. I) of Goods Entered for Home Con- 
sumption, the term ‘‘Entered for Home Consumption” is the technical 
term in use at the custom-house, and does not imply that the goods have 
been actually consumed in Canada, but that they have passed into the 
possession of the importer and that dut}^ has been paid on that portion 
liable for duty. 

The value of goods imported is governed by section 40 of the Customs Act, 
which provides that the value of imported goods subject to ad valorem 
duty ‘* shall be the fair market value thereof, when sold for home con- 
sumption, in the principal markets of the country whence and at the 
time when the s^me were exported directly to Canada.” 

In General Statement No. 24 (Pt. I) of Exports, the term ‘^‘The Produce of 
Canada ” includes all imported articles which have been changed in form 
or enhanced in value by further manufacture in Canada, such as sugar 
refined in Canada from imported raw sugar, flour ground from imported 
wheat, and articles constructed or manufactured from imported materials, 
“ Goods not the produce of Canada” shows the exports of foreign goods 
which had been previously imported. 

Under the regulations commencing July 1, 1900, all Export entries are deliv- 
ered at the frontier part of exit”, and the totals thereof are credited to 
the respective ports where the goods pass outwards from Canada. In 
view of the more complete returns obtained under this system the addi- 
tions heretofore made to the exports statistics (prior to July 1, 1900) 
under the head of “ short returns” are now omitted. 

In this report, the tables of imports and exports at the several ports of entry 
indicate that merchandise of the value stated was entered inwards or 
passed outwards at the ports mentioned, but do not imply that the im- 
ports were all for consumption at such ports or that the exports originated 
there. 

The trade by Countries, with the Dominion as a whole, is recorded in the 
Gereral Statements of Imports and Exports. 

The value of “ Goods the Produce of Canada ” is their value at the time {of 
exportation at the ports of Canada whence shipped. 

Ihe value of “Goods not the Produce of Canada” is the actual cost of such 
goods. 

Ihe initials n.e.s. mean “not elsewhere specifled.” 

The initials n.o.p. mean “not otherwise provided for.” 

The expression “ ton ” means two thousand pounds, and “cwt.” one hundred 
pounds. 

J he expression “ ton,” applied to square timber, means 40 cubic feet. 

4 he figures shown in all statements for the Fiscal year ended March 31st 1918 
arc exclusive of Coin and Bullion. 

The unrevised monthly statements of imports and exports, prepared 
and published under the direction of the Department of Customs 
from July 1, 1900, ceased to be published by this department since 
March, 1918. 

Detailed statements, however, showing the quantity, value, and origin 
of imports, and the quantity, value, and destination of exports, 
continue to be prepared and furnished monthly by the Department 
of Customs from April 1, 1918, for publication by the Department 
of Trade and Commerce 


9 GEORGE V 


SESSIONAL PAPER No. 14 


I 


A. 1919 


ERRATA 


EXPORTS— PART I. 




Produce. 

Total. 

Page 401 Canned meats 

United States should read 

Lb. 

4,924 

2,458 

150,469 

38, 577 

France should read 


11,638,400 

3,101,186 

11,639,408 

3,101,691 

Page 436, Ale and Beer 

United States should read 

Gal. 

761 

671 

2,539 

1,441 

Bermuda should read 


95,687 

37,201 

95,687 

37,201 

Page 443, Paper wrapping 

United States should read 


65,027 

418,609 

65,028 

418,615 

Australia should read 


66,494 

309,673 

.66,494 

309,673 


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A. 1919 


PART I 

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9 GEORGE V 


SESSIONAL PAPER No. 11 


A. 1919 


No. 1. — Value of Total Exports and Imports entered for Home Consumption 
in the Dominion, with the duty collected -thereon, for the undermentioned 
years. 


Fiscal year ended June 30, 1868 
“ 1869 

“ “ 1870 

“ “ 1871 

“ “ 1872 

“ “ 1873 

“ “ 1874 

“ “ 1875 

“ “ 1876 

“ " 1877 

“ “ 1878 

“ “ • 1879 

. “ “ 1880, 

“ “ 1881 

“ “ 1882, 

“ “ 1883, 

“ “ 1884. 

“ “ 1885. 

“ “ 1886. 

“ “ 1887. 

“ “ 1888. 

“ “ 1889. 

“ “ 1890. 

“ “ 1891. 

“ “ 1892. 

“ “ 1893 . 

“ “ 1894. 

“ “ 1895. 

“ “ 1896. 

“ “ 1897. 

“ “ 1898. 

“ “ 1899. 

“ “ 1900. 

“ “ 1901 . 

“ “ 1902 . 

“ “ 1903. 

“ “ 1904. 

“ “ 1905. 

“ “ 1906. 

“ March 31, *1907. 

“ “ 1908. 

“ “ 1909. 

“ “ 1910. 

“ “ 1911. 

“ “ 1912. 

“ “ 1913. 

“ “ 1914. 

“ “ 1915. 

“ “ 1916. 

“ “ 1917. 

“ “ 1918. 


Total Exports. 


$ 

57,567,888 
60,474,781 
73,573,490 
74,173,618 
82,639,663 
89,789,922 
89,351,928 
77,886,979 
80,966,435 
75,875,393 
79,323,667 
71,491,255 
87,911,458 
98,290,823 
102,137,203 
98,085,804 
91,406,496 
89,238,361 
85,251,314 
89,515,811 
90,203,000 
89, 189, 167 
96,749,149 
98,417,296 
113,963,372 
118,564,352 
117,524,949 
113,638,803 
121,013,852 
137,950,253 
164,152,683 
158,896,905 

191.894.723 
196,487,632 
211,640,286 

225.849.724 
213,521,235 
203,316,872 
256,586,630 
205,277,197 

280,006 606 

261,512,159 

301,358,529 

297,196,365 

315,317,250 

393,232,057 

478,997,928 

490,808 877 

882,872,502 

1,375,758,148 

1,586,169,792 


Imports enterec 
for Home 
Consumption. 


$ 

71,985,306 

67,402,170 

71.237.603 

86.947.482 
107,709,116 

127.514.594 
127,404,169 
119,618,657 

94,733,218 

96.300.483 
91,199,577 
80,341,608 
71,782,349 

91.611.604 
112,648,927 

123.137.019 
108,180,644 

102.710.019 
99,602,694 

105,639,428 

102,847,100 

109,673,447 

112,765,584 

113,345,124 

116,978,943 

121,705,030 

113,093,983 

105,252,511 

110,587,480 

111,294,021 

130,698,006 

154,051,593 

180,804,316 

181,237,988 

202.791.595 
233,790,516 
251,464,332 
261,925,554 
290,360,807 
257,254,882 

358,428,616 

298,205,957 

375,833,016 

461,951,318 

547,482,190 

675,517,045 

633,692,449 

587,439,304 

542,077,361 

873,437,426 

962,543,746 


Duty. 


$ cts, 

8,819,431 6» 
8,298,909 71 
9,462,940 44 
11,843,655 75 
13,045,493 50 
13,017,730 17 
14,421,882 67 
15,361,382 12 
12,833,114 48 
12,548,451 09 
12,795,693 17 
12,939,540 66 
14,138,849 22 
18,500,785 97 
21,708,837 43 
23,172,308 97 
20,164,963 37 
19,133,558 99 
19,448,123 70 
22,469,705 83 
22,209,641 53 
23,784,523 23 
24,014,908 07 
23,481,069 13 
20,550,581 53 
21,161,710 93 
19,379,822 32 
17,887,269 47 
20,219,037 32 
19,891,996 77 
22,157,788 49 
25,734,228 75 
28,889,110 13 
29,106,979 89 
32,425,532 31 
37,110,354 59 
40,954,349 14 
42,024,339 92 
46,671,101 18 
40,290,171 70 

58,331,074 04 

48,059,791 93 

61,024,239 21 

73,312,367 59 

87,576,036 52 

115,063,687 93 

107,180,578 33 

79,205,910 27 

103,940,100 86 

147,631,454 93 

161,595,628 51 


9 months, change of fiscal year. 

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9 GEORGE V, A. 1919 

No. 2. — Aggregate Trade of the Dominion l)y Countries on the basis of Goods 
entered for Home Consumption and Exported. 


Fiscal Year. 

U nitcd 
Kingdom. 

United 

States. 

France. 

Germany. 

Spain. 

Portugal. 

Italy. 

Holland. 


S 

S 

S 

.8 

S 

$ 

S 

S 

1873 

107,266,624 

89,808.204 

2,055, 195 

1,176,478 

502,966 

266,188 

229,657 

229,770 

1874 

108,083,642 

90,524,060 

2,569,712 

1,022,428 

.459,027 

294,007 

2.36,296 

271,04.3 

1875 

100,379,969 

80,717,803 

2,154,065 

839,442 

390,784 

236,790 

214,366 

260,503 

1876 

81,457,737 

78,003,492 

2,394,812 

608,355 

445, 151 

199,195 

183,199 

297,895 

1877 

81,139,708 

77,087,914 

1,730,062 

404,918 

340, 757 

175, 425 

242,942 

296.860 

1878 

83,372,719 

73,876,437 

1,754,394 

521,580 

325,245 

145,941 

205,171 

266,764 

1879 

67,288,848 

70,904,720 

2,247,066 

552,999 

394,445 

161,258 

181 , 933 

210,288 

1880 

80,307,286 

62,696,857 

1,928,670 

532.028 

297,245 

201,652 

62.3,295 

273,837 

1881 

97,335,378 

73,570,337 

2,294,043 

1,019,198 

446,337 

165,487 

234,723 

440, 944 

1882 

95,871,802 

96,229,763 

2,922,931 

1,633,118 

570,301 

201,656 

256,841 

613,241 

1883 

99,197:682 

97,701,056 

2,9.34,210 

1,9-12,851 

749,897 

243, 192 

322,554 

324,800 

1884 

87,154,242 

89,333,366 

2,160,804 

2, 171,. 346 

648,569 

240,235 

322,499 

3.33,977 

1885 

83,284,482 

86,903,935 

2,2.39,890 

2,385,344 

481,910 

227,096 

255,712 

361,879 

1886 

82,143,828 

81,436,808 

2,509,581 

2,408,821 

432,540 

301,927 

215,298 

309 , 559 

1887 

89,534,079 

82,767,265 

2,415,001 

3,672,985 

481,289 

204,671 

245, 560 

309,920 

1888 

79,383,705 

91,053,913 

2,642,557 

3,563,106 

427,249 

230,397 

2.35,816 

3.32,169 

1889 

80,422,515 

94,059,844 

2,562,893 

3,836,173 

420,794 

238, 106 

186,186 

414,302 

1890 

91,743,935 

92,814,783 

2,894,154 

4,286,136 

392,294 

291,811 

244,545 

423,. 309 

1891 

91,328,384 

94,824,352 

2,565,877 

4,336,232 

555, 917 

191,148 

322,808 

404,. 532 

1892 

106,254,984 

92,125,599 

2,770,17.3 

6,526,228 

489, 652 

155,479 

490,8.39 

846, 167 

1893 

107,228,906 

102,144,986 

3,096,164 

4,576,224 

387,861 

135,482 

661,403 

656, 427 

1894 

107,256, 123 

88,844,040 

3,081,9.50 

7,887,594 

445,567 

126.469 

511,6.31 

625,764 

1895 

92,988,727 

95,932, 197 

2,920,456 

5,421,135 

436,580 

115,921 

415,919 

348,164 

1896 

99,670,030 

103,022,4.34 

3,392,482 

6,688,990 

445,592 

88,262 

287,676 

4.39,680 

1897 

106,639,690 

111,022,513 

3,292,047 

7,538,800 

436,984 

88,337 

33.3.512 

480,531 

1898 

1.37,499,735 

124,410,926 

5,000,613 

7,421,462 

578,462 

135, 154 

495,02.3 

7.50,486 

1899 

136,151,978 

138,140,687 

5,447,017 

9,613,025 

593,660 

92,937 

520,684 

872,941 

1900... •! 

152,526,098 

178,463,401 

5,743,272 

10,099,401 

647,1.57 

187,801 

405,029 

767,781 

1901 

148,347,120 

182, 867., 2.38 

6,979,352 

9,162,957 

897,893 

181,707 

642,424 

984,840 

1902 

166,533,983 

192,004,7.34 

8,061,042 

13, 515, 747 

8.56,793 

234,874 

963,641 

1, 195,856 

1903..., 

190,099,222 

209,389,119 

7,921,6.17 

14,380,336 

962,497 

293,376 

837,555 

1,889,869 

1904 

179,368,950 

223,599,447 

7,804,453 

9,994,827 

96.3,674 

210,053 

642,891 

1,951,398 

1905 

162,301,480 

2*40,142,642 

8,570,437 

7,842,068 

779,482 

227,281 

819,610 

1,505,474 

1906 

202,289,527 

273,668,593 

9,788,078 

8,859,871 

984 ,*177 

218,202 

769,610 

2,004,640 

*1907 

169,717,174 

234,964,509 

8,108,984 

6,541,513 

934,469 

282,622 

807,347 

1,816,967 

1908 

229,443,627 

324, 173,. 325 

11,708,641 

10,537,654 

1,233,571 

194,121 

1,131,336 

2,281,420 

1909 

204,428,319 

272,631,127 

11,373,531 

7,5.36,917 

979,536 

171,116 

2,382,112 

2, 515,851 

1910 

244,984,407 

336,652,587 

12,750,192 

10,436,421 

1,071,719 

200,253 

1,722,906 

3,947,842 

1911 

246,901,573 

404,. 33 1,540 

14,345,865 

12,710,357 

1, 182,690 

274,468 

1,341,418 

3, 217,. 597 

1912 

268,760,435 

476,889,112 

13,868,369 

14,904*919 

1,387, 775 

329,932 

1,4.31,913 

4,206,628 

1913 

316,732,000 

608,251,944 

17,944,367 

17,016,941 

1,307,598 

.392,391 

2,319,304 

5,851,267 

1914 

354,393,642 

611,245,464 

18,087,097 

19,019,959 

1,416,132 

332,862 

2,745,643 

8,524,262 

1915 

.301,919,644 

644,026,253 

23,044,891 

7,248,996 

1,467,128 

1,004,093 

3,313,709 

7,024,085 

1916 

543,190,036 

718,918,685 

42,035,283 

86,. 304 

1,252,023 

264,360 

11,653,559 

3,621,359 

1917 

877,834,291 

1,164,502,306 

73,1.34,008 

14,132 

1,240,725 

469,783 

12,695,606 

2,804,307 

1918 

942,397,682 

1,233,297,045 

211,859,127 

27, 181 

907,063 

253,298 

4,109,492 

3,517,575 


• 0 months 


TRADE REPORT— PART 1 


5 


SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 1 

No. 2. — Aggregate Trade of the Dominion by Countries on the basis of Goods 
entered for Home Consumption and Exported — Concluded. 


Fiscal Year. 

Belgium. 

X ew- 
foundland 

West 

Indies. 

South 

America. 

China 
. and 
Japan. 

.Switzer- 
land . 

Other 

Countries. 

Total. 


S 

S 

$ 

S 

, $ 

S 

S 

S 

1873 

364,456 

4,609,552 

1,163,425 

1,701,633 

1,709,856 

120,514 

1,099,998 

217,304,516 

1874 

534, 153 

2,657,547 

6,086, 529 

1,686,508 

1,263,728 

139,674 

927,743 

216,756,097 

1875 

3.37,674 

2, 806, 055 

6,139,910 

1,064,593 

694,472 

116,128 

1,153,082 

197,505,636 

1876 

374,880 

2,675,477 

5,291,433 

975, 762 

971,314 

56, 168 

1,764,483 

175, 699, 653 

1877 

318,724 

2,753,748 

5,031,667 

656,591 

455,755 

69,066 

1,471,734 

172,175,876 

1878 

805,692 

2,767,347 

4,397,996 

669,804 

486,244 

61,178 

1,366,532 

170,523,244 

1879 

219,461 

2,280,823 

4, 753, 099 

745,8.30 

505,51*3 

94,781 

1,291,709 

151,832,863 

1880 

837,897 

2,002,261 

6,489,257 

1,073,421 

931,457 

91,225 

1,314,429 

159,693,807 

1881 

671,267 

2, 175,773 

6,962,516 

1,369,731 

1,430,734 

141,789 

*1,644,170 

189,902,420 

1882 

645,568 

2,468,432 

7,018,956 

2,314,779 

1,635,717 

268,093 

2,134,932 

214,786,133 

1883 

611,112 

2,953,273 

7,494,291 

2,954,628 

1,750,642 

336,040 

1,706, 595 

221,222,820 

1884 

746,528 

2,701,120 

6,726,486 

2,756,371 

1,970,541 

242,380 

2,078,676 

199,587,140 

1885 

551,645 

2,022,073 

5 , 698 , 057 

2,802,042 

2,528,369 

217,666 

1,989,280 

191,948,388 

1886 

517,472 

2,139,301 

5,266,042 

2,111,029 

2,495,703 

203,085 

2,363,014 

184,854,009 

1887 

927,580 

2,072,946 

4,017,593 

2,625,066 

2,819,584 

219,777 

2,841,913 

195, 155, 200 

1888 

505 , 800 

1,945,426 

5,870,149 

2,487,240 

2,261,155 

194,938 

2,016,480 

193,050,143 

1889 

595,496 

1,791,496 

6,138,109 

2,813,587 

2,048,712 

166,905 

3,167,496 

198,862,817 

1890 

763,146 

1,655,400 

5,808,189 

2,555,849 

2,161,816 

316,923 

3,162,393 

209,514,733 

1891 

728, 120 

2,218,911 

6,. 360, 926 

1,782,950 

2,202, 102 

244,319 

3,685,842 

211,762,420 

1892 

573,244 

2,503,963 

7,638,846 

1,905,346 

3,300, 108 

193,033 

5, 168,657 

230,942,318 

1893 

1,268,551 

3,247,903 

7,390,377 

2,099,356 

2,766,712 

258,464 

4,465,666 

240,269,382 

189.4 

1,258,692 

3,633,154 

7,121, 172 

2,264,677 

3,065,768 

276,065 

4,220,266 

230,618,932 

1895 

693,019 

3,065,046 

8,681,622 

1,610,470 

2,906,574 

260,040 

3,059,444 

218,891,312 

1896 

1,018,789 

2,333,721 

4,707,243 

2,063,145 

3,339,429 

3.32,405 

3,771,454 

231,601,334 

1897 V 

1,518,218 

2, 144,874 

4,322,2.30 

2,026,085 

3,300,33! 

223, 192 

5,882,830 

249,244,274 

1898 

2,204,054 

2,6.32, 184 

3,829,346 

2,505,195 

2,829,890 

.357,003 

4,201,156 

294,850,689 

1899 

3,168,136 

2,335,323 

4,398,902 

2,631,635 

3,194,829 

571,526 

5,215,018 

312,948,498 

1900 

4,421,716 

2,804,748 

4,202, 119 

2,423,994 

2,749,759 

529,976 

6,726,187 

372,699,039 

1901 

6,634,592 

2,886,067 

4,707,677 

2,567,278 

3, 149,591 

603,397 

7,113,487 

377,725,620 

1902 

4,156,049 

3,498,482 

5,472,747 

3,440,987 

2,555,466 

780, 183 

11, 161, .301 

414,431,881 

1903 

4,950,732 

3,714,157 

6,021,294 

4,532,008 

2,440,999 

952,326 

11,255,103 

459,640,240 

1904 

4, 255,930 

3,975,418 

8,397,290 

5,613,612 

3,134,959 

1,392,895 

13,079,770 

464,985,567 

1905 

3,514,994 

4,528,326 

10,0.39,302 

6,916,171 

3,990,776 

1 , 776,405 

12,288,038 

465,242,426 

1906 

4,175,238 

4,972,281 

9,944,179 

9,425,735 

3,684,769 

2,042,635 

14,119,602 

546,947,437 

*1907 

3,553, 137 

3,708,200 

6, 935, 876 

8,814,147 

3,001,144 

1,609,063 

11,736,927 

462,532,079 

1908 

5,758,128 

5,185,987 

12,844,390 

7,555,644 

4,611,199 

2,752,443 

19,023,736 

638,435,222 

1909 

5,829,033 

5,190,721 

12,626,749 

8,262,369 

4,405,402 

2,195,342 

19,189,991 

5.59,718,116 

1910 

6,139,980 

5,4,38,571 

13,284,809 

10,961,629 

4,892,218 

2,614,038 

22,093,973 

677,191,545 

1911 

6,387,798 

5,693,035 

15,603,170 

12,482,760 

4,255,948 

3,125,583 

27,293,881 

759,147,683 

1912 

7,418,641 

6,126,200 

15,391,818 

15,363,540 

4,015, 357 

3,477,524 

29,227,277 

862,799,440 

1913 

8,829,175 

6,785, 116 

16,814,4.34 

14,881, 135 

6,137,859 

4,312,054 

40,573,517 

1,068,749,102 

1914 

9,310,319 

6,611,551 

18,501,695 

13,046,555 

5,579,724 

4,361,520 

39,513,952 

1,112,690,377 

1915 

5,135,322 

5,726,336 

17,507,373 

11,708,498 

5,159,252 

3,995,701 

39,966,900 

1,078,248,181 

1916 

394,077 

6,648,822 

18,281, 199 

17,855,782 

6,468,457 

4,504,220 

49,775,697 

1,424,949,863 

1917 

679,618 

9,018,908 

27,937,171 

18,916,441 

10,951,591 

5,172,711 

43,823,976 

2,249,195,574 

1918 

4,922,426 

13,436,848 

30,173,497 

17,438,096 

20,925,452 

3,154,564 

62,294, 192 

2,548,713,5.38 


*9 months. 


6 


CUSTOMS DEPARTMENT 


9 GEORGE V, A. 1919 

No. 3. — Showing the grand aggregate trade from 1868 to 1918 inclusive on the 
basis of “Total Exports and Imports, entered for Home Consumption.” 


Year. 


Total Exports. 


Total Imports 
•entered for 
Home 


Grand Total 
Imports entered 
for Home- 


Consumption. 


Consumption 
and Exports. 



S 

$ 

% 


57,567,888 

71,985,306 

129,553,194 


60,474,781 

67,402,170 

127,876,951 

1870 

73,573,490 

71,237,603 

144,811,093 


74,173,618 

86,947,482 

161,121,100 


82,639,663 

107,709,116 

190,348,779 


89,789,922 

127,514,594 

217,304,516 

1874 

89,351,928 

127,404,169 

216,756,097 


77,886,979 

119,618,657 

197,505,636 

1876 

80,966,435 

94,733,218 

175,699,653 

1877 

75,875,393 

96,300,483 

172,175,876 

1878 

79,323,667 

91,199,577 

170,523,244 

1879 

71,491,255 

80,341,608 

151,832,863 

1880 

87,911,548 

71,782,349 

159,693,897 

1881 

98,290,823 

91,611,604 

189,902,427 

1882 

102,137,203 

112,648,927 

214,786,130 

1883 

98,085,804 

123,137,019 

221,222,823 

1884 

91,406,496 

108,180,644 

199,587,140 

1885 . 

89,238,361 

102,710,019 

191,948,380 

1886 

85,251,314 

99,602,694 

184,854,008 

1887 

89,515,811 

105, '639, 428 

195, 155,239 

1888 

90,203,000 

102,^7,100 

193,050,100 

1889 

89,189,167 

109,673,447 

198,862,614 

1890 

96,749,149 

112,765,584 

209,514,733 

1891 

98,417,296 

113,345,124 

211,762,420 

1892 

113,963,375 

116,978,943 

230,942,318 

1893 

118,564,352 

121,705,030 

240(269,382 

1894 

117,524,949 

113,093,983 

230,618,932 

1895 

113,638,803 

105,252,511 

218,891,314 

1896 

121,013,852 

110,587,480 

231,601,332 

1897 

137,950,253 

111,294,021 

249,244,274 

1898 ; 

164,152,683 

130,698,006 

294,850,689 

1899 

158,896,905 

154,051,593 

312,948,498 

1900 

191,894,723 

180,804,316 

372,699,039 

1901 

196,487,632 

181,237,988 

377,725,620 

1902 

211,640,286 

202,791,595 

414,431,881 

1903 

225,849,724 

233,790,516 

459,640,240 

1904 ; 

213,521,235 

251,464,332 

464,985,567 

1905 

203,316,872 

261,925,554 

465,242,426 

1906 

256, 586, 630 

290,360,807 

546,947,437 

*1907 

205,277,197 

257,254,882 

462,532,079 

1908 

280,006,606 

358,428,616 

638,435,222 

1909 

261,512,159 

298,205,957 

559,718,116 

1910 

301,358,529 

375,833,016 

677,191,545 

1911 

297,196,365 

461,951,318 

759,147,688 

1912 

315,317,250 

547,482,190 

862,799,440 

1913 

393,232,057 

675,517,045 

1,068,749,102 

1914 

478,997,928 

633,692,449 

1,112,690,377 

1915 

490,808,877 

587,439,304 

1,078,248,181 

1916 

882,872,502 

542,077,361 

1,424,949,863 

1917 

1,375,758,148 

873,437,426 

2,249,195,574 

1918 

1,586,169,792 

962,543,746 

2,548,713,538 


'9 months. 


TRADE REPORT— PART I 


f 


7 


SESSIONAL PAPER No. 11 

No. 4. — Value of Exports by Countries. 


Fiscal Year. 

United 

Kingdom. 

United 

States. 

France. 

Germany. 

Spain. 

Portugal. 

Italy. 

Holland. 


S 

$ 

$ 

S 

% 

S 

S 

S 

1873 

38,743,848 

42,072,526 

31,907 

76,553 

25,080 

191,156 

177,232 

13,142 

1874 

45,003,882 

36,244,311 

267,212 

65,511 

960 

193,463 

190,211 

14,905 

1875 

40,032,902 

29,911,983 

212,767 

91,019 

7,300 

170,784 

170,408 

28,724 

1876 

40,723,477 

31,933,459 

553,935 

125,768 

9,417 

127,540 

142,787 

30,816 

1877 

41,567,469 

25,775,245 

319,330 

34,324 

62,659 

129,960 

213,692 

94,303 

1878 

45,941,539 

. 25,244,898 

369,391 

122,254 

47,816 

104,028 

151,861 

53,750 

1879 

36,295,718 

27,165,501 

714,875 

112,090 

50,596 

135, 748 

148,472 

9,713 

1880 

45,846,062 

33,349,909 

812,829 

82, 237 

60,727 

165,885 

163,787 

102,592 

1881 

53,571,570 

36,866,225 

662,711 

84,932 

46, 653 

108,594 

145,997 

215,754 

1882 

45,274,461 

47,940,711 

825,573 

153,114 

108,082 

149,744 

163,755 

365, 198 

1883 

47,145,217 

41,668,723 

617,730 

133,697 

164,925 

179,843 

218,113 

27, 599 

1884 

43,736,227 

38,840,540 

390, 955 

195,575 

144,092 

172,252 

247, 151 

15, 500 

1885 

41,877,705 

39,752,734 

303,309 

264,075 

132,695 

166,730 

147,550 

24,094 

1886. ■. 

41,542,629 

36,578,769 

534,363 

253,298 

53,075 

245,450 

108,601 

7,587 

1887 

44,571,846 

37,660,199 

341,531 

437,536 

72,020 

146,528 

125,681 

14,859 

1888 

40,084,984 

42,572,065 

397, 773 

198,543 

52,317 

155,821 

55,090 

378 

1889 

38,105,126 

43,522,404 

334,210 

143,603 

13,526 

166,021 

60,062 

1,222 

1890 

48,-353,694 

40,522,810 

278,552 

507, 143 

69,788 

207,777 

81,059 

1,042 

1891 

49,280,858 

41,138,695 

253,734 

532,142 

67,110 

120,611 

90,999 

14,741 

1892 

64,906,549 

38,988,027 

367,539 

942,698 

93,476 

102,370 

149,280 

567,879 

1893 

64,080,493 

43,923,010 

264,047 

750,461 

44,355 

83,001 

87, 387 

282,569 

1894 

68, 538, 856 

35,809,940 

544,986 

2,046,052 

56, 274 

79,363 

109,188 

281,058 

1895 

61,856,990 

41,297,676 

335,282 

620, 976 

34, 101 

58, 781 

34,325 

140,264 

1896 

66,690,288 

44,448,410 

581,540 

757, 531 

83,814 

41,666 

56,759 

139,828 

1897 

77,227,502 

49,373,472 

690, 696 

1,045,432 

50,452 

36,745 

108, 627 

104,422 

1898 

104,998,818 

45,705,336 

1,025,262 

1,837,448 

89,675 

87,835 

73,765 

376,439 

1899 

99,091,855 

45,133,521 

1,557,722 

2,219,569 

59, 178 

29,641 

125,265 

372,548 

1900 

107,736,368 

68,619,023 

1,374,770 

1,715,903 

86,456 

115,016 

260,456 

188, 199 

1901 

105,328,956 

72,382,230 

1,581,331 

2,141,552 

155, 354 

85,403 

315,063 

187,378 

1902 

117,320,221 

71, 197, 6^ 

1,388,848 

2,692,578 

161,823 

105,495 

236,899 

320,241 

1903 

131,202,321 

71,783,924 

1,341,618 

2,097,699 

138,553 

164, 184 

295,770 

619,329 

1904 

117,591,376 

72,772,932 

1,597,928 

1,819,223 

98,578 

109,340 

240,963 

1,035,327 

1905 

101,958,771 

77,404,071 

1,511,298 

1,146,654 

50,223 

128,993 

198,973 

550,821 

1906 

133,094,937 

97,806,552 

2,120,091 

1,872,557 

55, 686 

89,598 

215, 855 

824,768 

*1907 

105,135,801 

79,021,480 

1,409,572 

1,066,605 

48,315 

154,438 

352,842 

814,977 

1908 

134,484,156 

113,520,500 

1,806,732 

2,374,607 

106,594 

46,865 

349,839 

855,085 

*1909 

133,745,375 

92,604,357 

3,176,096 

1,476,552 

45,682 

48,833 

1,620,773 

1,242,730 

1910 

149,634,107 

113,150,778 

2,640,648 

2,. 501, 191 

51,944 

59,731 

829,508 

1,937,852 

1911 

136,965,111 

119,396,801 

2,782,092 

2,663,017 

27,943 

88,088 

379,270 

1,397,019 

1912 

151,853,413 

120,534,634 

2,123,705 

3,814,914 

114,564 

70, 390 

285,091 

1,782,726 

1913 

177,982,002 

167,110,382 

2,564,603 

3,402,394 

48,628 

49,142 

605,719 

2,741,713 

1914 

222,322,766 

200,459,373 

3,810,562 

4,433,736 

63,999 

55,481 

655,256 

5,508,806 

1915 

211,758,863 

215,409,326 

14,595,705 

2,162,010 

489,680 

788,485 

1,840,910 

5,254,829 

1916 

463,081,241 

320,225,080 

36,085,813 


634,998 

56,726 

10,733,288 

2,563,626 

1917 

756,071,077 

486,870,690 

66,652,910 


331, 179 

209,689 

11', 468, 599 

1,569,314 

1918 

861,073,399 

441,390,920 

206,585,063 


98,256 

14,878 

3,338,305 

2,463,399 


9 months. 


8 


C US TOM S D E VAR TMEX T 


9 GEORGE V, A. 1919 


Xo. 4. — Value of Exports by Countries — Concluded. 


Fiscal Year. 

Belgium. 

New- 

foundland 

West 

Indies. 

South 

America. 

China 

and 

Japan. 

Australia. 

Other 

Countries. 

Total. 


S 

.s 

•S 

S 

•S 

S 

s 

.? ' 

1873 

17, 754 

2,800,555 

3,988,49.3 

1,285,4.34 

46,466 

41,822 

277,954 

89,789.922 

1874 

240,494 

1,569,079 

3, 778, 796 

1,212,978 

39,222 

98, 7.33 

432,17! 

89,351,928 

187.5 

59,. 563 

1,901,831 

3,945,506 

785, 797 

37,046 

181,938 

349,411 

77,886,979 

1876 

13.825 

1,900,891 

3, 67.5,. 320 

688,209 

23,075 

79,643 

938,273 

80,966.435 

1877 

66,912 

2,112,106 

3 , 788, 8o8 

651,625 

.37.149 

185,610 

836,151 

75,875,393 

1878 

49,998 

2,094,682 

3,414,147 

654,357 

102,568 

370,723 

651 , 655 

79,323,667 

1879 

40,430 

1,641,417 

3,500,670 

741,442 

56, 551 

290, 762 

.587,270 

71,491,255 

1880 

688,811 

1,510,300 

3,544,103 

789,940 

37, 546 

139.901 

616,829 

87,911,458 

1881 

258,433 

1,523,469 

3, 147, .369 

732,111 

19,761 

146,363 

580,881 

98,290,823 

1882 

142,3.58 

1,974,923 

2.995,572 

941,162 

106, 6/5 

340, 608 

655,267 

102,137,203 

1883 

195,705 

2,187,338 

.3,125,031 

1,489,957 

105,388 

375,065 

451,473 

98,085,804 

1884 

287,378 

1,920,450 

.3, 119,. 569 

1,277,383 

60,979 

502,181 

496,264 

91,406,496 

1885 

72,. 385 

1,670,968 

2,5.35,283 

1,461,206 

29,918 

415,887 

383,822 

89,2.38,361 

1886 

6, 565 

1,7.54,980 

2,121,570 

1,010,0.34 

63,118 

259,960 

711,315 

8.5,251,314 

1887 

223,729 

1,718,604 

2,075,411 

1,426,660 

69.196 

269.471 

362,540 

89,515.811 

1888 

17.057 

1,523,827 

2,601,486 

1,510,637 

1.32,448 

446.019 

454 , 555 

90,203,000 

1889 

64, 756 

1,. 30.3, 335 

2,759,455 

1,488,999 

84. 174 

661,208 

481,051 

89,189,167 

1890 

41,814 

1,18.5,739 

2,719, 141 

1,551,887 

61,751 

471 , 028 

695,924 

96,749,149 

1891 

72,672 

1,467,908 

3,122,770 

1,063,172 

78,791 

.589, 100 

.523,993 

98.417,296 

1892 

56,212 

1,750,714 

3,546,559 

1,027,525 

283.251 

436. 603 

744,693 

113,963,375 

1893 

669.040 

2,594,633 

3,145,708 

1,326,74.3 

341, 140 

288,352 

683,413 

118,564,352 

1894 

708,4,55 

2,818,592 

3,443,761 

1,392,285 

540,849 

322.745 

832.545 

117,524,949 

1895 

251.402 

2,32.5,196 

3,72.5,426 

1,303,474 

378,160 

417,124 

853,626 

113,638,803 

1893 

98,031 

1,782,309 

2,810,817 

1,496, 118 

668,011 

517,2,58 

841,472 

121,013,8.52 

1897 

354,584 

1,692,798 

2,643,360 

1,405,359 

903.922 

1.418.289 

894,593 

137,950,253 

1898 

973,944 

2,167,860 

2,749,080 

1,060,420 

511,919 

1.630.714 

864,168 

164,152,683 

1899 

819,413 

1,808,317 

3,043,963 

1,4.56,051 

425,. 350 

1,. 506, 138 

1,218,374 

1.58,896,905 

1900 

1,197,798 

2,144,070 

2,870,34.3 

1,431, 107 

368. 615 

1,626,441 

2, 160,158 

191,894,723 

1901 

2,806. 142 

2,260,499 

2,905,937 

1,519, 190 

699, 569 

2.311,405 

1,807,623 

196,487,032 

1902 

2,444,450 

2,381,082 

3,298,912 

1,781,913 

570, 586 

2,586,554 

5, 153,000 

211,640,286 

1903 

2, 150, 505 

2, 516,. 576 

3,642, 176 

2,542,0.56 

501,057 

2.929,861 

3,924,0.50 

225,849,724 

1904 

1,126,417 

2,898, 751 

3,. 583, 475 

2,456,608 

568,983 

2,622,756 

4, 893, 578 

213,521,2.35 

1905 

1,7.39,807 

3,473,713 

4,401,115 

2, 880,. 552 

1,. 520, 05.3 

2,194,223 

4, 157,60.5 

203,316,872 

1906 

1, 565, 166 

3,213,856 

4,575,212 

3,623,065 

1,467,252 

2.082.219 

3,979,816 

256,586,6.30 

*1907 

1,857,958 

2,244,469 

3,527,153 

3,584,-329 

890,425 

1.998,968 

3, 169.865 

205,277,197 

1908 

3,377,479 

3,408.518 

4,. 543, 889 

4,467,584 

1 , 705, 901 

2,. 873, 461 

6.085,396 

280,006,606 

1909 

3,927,445 

3,5,52,293 

4,5.34,446 

3,478,476 

1, 778, 666 

2.769.049 

7,511,386 

261,512,159 

1910 

2,900,092 

3,970,952 

5,948,245 

4,744,524 

1,910,724 

3,583,447 

7,494,786 

301,358,529 

1911 

2,773,444 

3, 874, 775 

6,. 567, 307 

5,149,771 

1, 149,810 

3, 925.. 592 

10, 0-56,. 325 

297,196,365 

1912 

3,732,222 

4,2.84,313 

6,900,940 

4,825,030 

902,. 375 

.3,947,015 

10,14.5,918 

315,317,250 

1913 

4,808,997 

4,728,142 

6,237,468 

4,352,278 

1,881,558 

3.995,387 

12,722,644 

393,232,0.57 

1914 

4,819,843 

4,770,200 

6,997,711 

4,026,398 

2,062,246 

4,70.5,822 

14,305,729 

478,997,928 

1915 


4,481,176 

6 418 479 


1 iOJ 



400 80S S77 

1916 

334,762 

5,071,038 

6,40.3,078 

5, 125, 374 

1,534,722 

7,773,209 

23,249,547 

882,872,502 

1917 

664,722 

6,871,100 

9,192,467 

5,609,604 

1,700,514 

6,576.725 

21,969,558 

1,375,758,148 

1918 

4,909,453 

10,489,321 

11,921, 116 

5,159,709 

7.333,243 

8,676,257 

22,716,473 

1,586, 169,792 


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9 


SESSIONAL PAPER No. 11 

No. 5. — Value of Goods entered for Home Consumption, by Countries. 


Fiscal 

Year. 

United 

Kingdom. 

L'nited 

States. 

France. 

Germany. 

Spain. 

Portugal. 

Italy. 

Holland. 


S 

S 

S 

.s 

.$ 

- S 

s 

s 

1873 

68,522,776 

47, 735, 678 

2,023,288 

1,099,925 

477,880 

75,032 

52,425 

216,628 

1874 

63,076,4.37 

54,283,072 

2,302,500 

956,917 

458,067 

100,544 

46,085 

256, 138 

187.5 

60,347,067 

50,805,820 

1,941,298 

748,423 

383,484 

66,006 

43,958 

231,779 

1876 

40,731,260 

46,070,033 

. 1,840,877 

482, 587 

436,034 

7 1 , 655 

40,412 

267,079 

1877 

.39,572,239 

51,312,669 

1,410,732 

370,594 

278,098 

45,465 

29,250 

202,. 557 

1878 

37,431, 180 

48,631,739 

1,. 385, 003 

399,326 

277,429 

41,913 

53,310 

213,014 

1879 

30,993,130 

43,739,219 

1,532,191 

440,909 

343,849 

• 25,510 

33,461 

200, 575 

1880 

34,461,224 

29,. 346, 948 

1,115,841 

449,791 

236,518 

35, 767 

4o9 , o08 

171,245 

1881 

43,583,808 

36,704, 112 

1,631,332 

934,266 

399,684 

56,893 

88,726 

225,190 

1882 

. 50,597,341 

48,289,052 

2,097,358 

1 , 480, 004 

462,219 

51,912 

93,086 

248,04.3 

1883 

■52,052,465 

56, 0.32,. 333 

2,316,480 

1,809, 154 

584,972 

63,349 

104,441 

297,201 

1884 

43,418,015 

50,492,826 

1,769.849 

1,975,771 

504,477 

67,983 

75,348 

318,477 

1885 

41,406,777 

47, 151,201 

1,935,581 

2,121,269 

349,216 

60,366 

108, 162 

337, 785 

1886 

40,601, 199 

44,858,039 

1,975,218 

2, 1.55,523 

379,465 

56,477 

106,697 

301,972 

1887 

44,962,233 

45, 107,066 

2,073,470 

3,235,449 

409,269 

58,143 

119,889 

295,061 

1888 

.39,298,721 

48,481,848 

2,244,784 

3,364., 563 

374,932 

74,576 

180,726 

331,791 

1889 

42, 317,. 389 

50.537,440 

2,228,683 

3,692,570 

407,268 

72,085 

126,124 

414,080 

1890 

43,390,241 

52,291,973 

2,615,602 

3,778,993 

322,506 

84,034 

163,486 

23 ,267 

1891 .• 

42, 047,, 526 

53,685,657 

2,312, 143 

3,804,090 

488, t 07 

70, 537 

241,809 

389,791 

1892 

41,348,435 

53,137,572 

2,402,634 

5, 583, 530 

396,176 

53,109 

341 , .559 

278.288 

1893 

43, 148,413 

58,221,976 

2,832, 117 

3,825,763 

343,506 

52,481 

170,. 564 

373,858 

1894 

38,717,267 

53,0.34, 100 

2, 536; 964 

5,841,542 

389,293 

47, 106 

402,44.3 

344,706 

1895 

31, 131,737 

54,634,521 

2,585, 174 

4,794, 159 

402,479 

57, 140 

381,. 594 

243,900 

1896 

.32,979,742 

58,574,024 

2,810,942 

5,931,459 

361 . 778 

46,696 

2.30,917 

299,852 

1897 

29,412,188 

61,649,041 

2,601,351 

6,493,368 

386,532 

45, 592 

224,885 

376. 109 

1898 

32,500,917 

78, 705, 590 

3,975,351 

5,584,014 

488,787 

47,319 

421,258 

374,047 

1899 

37,060,123 

93,007,166 

3,889,295 

7,393,456 

531,482 

63,296 

395, 599 

500,393 

1900 

44,789,730 

109,844,378 

4,368,502 

8,383,498 

560,701 

72,785 

144,. 573 

579, 582 

1901 

43,018, 164 

110,485,008 

5,398,021 

7,021,405 

742,539 

96,304 

327,361 

797,462 

1902 

49,21.3,762 

120,807,050 

6,672,194 

10,823,169 

694,970 

129,379 

726,742 

875,615 

1903 

58,896,901 

137, 605, 195 

6,580,029 

12,282,637 

823,944 

129, 192 

541 , 785 

1,270,540 

1904 

61, 777,574 

150,826,515 

6,206,525 

8,175,604 

865.096 

100,713 

401.928 

916,071 

1905 

60,342,709 

162,738,571 

7,059,1.39 

6,695,414 

729,259 

98,288 

620,6.37 

954,6.53 

1906 

69, 194,. 588 

175,862,071 

7,667,987 

6,987,314 

928,791 

128,604 

553, 755 

1,179,892 

*1907 

64, 581 , 373 

155,943,029 

6,699,412 

5,474,908 

886, 154 

128,084 

454 , 505 

1 , 001 , 990 

1908 

94,959,471 

210,652,825 

9,901,909 

8, 163,047 

1, 126,977 

147,256 

781,497 

1,426,3.35 

1909 

70,682,944 

180,026,550 

8, 197,4.35 

6,050,365 

933,851 

122,283 

761.339 

1,273,121 

1910 

95,350,300 

223,501,809 

10, 109,544 

7,935,2.30 

1,019,775 

140,522 

893,398 

2.009,990 

1911 

109,936,462 

284,934,739 

11,563,773 

10,047,340 

1,154.747 

186,380 

962,148 

1,820,578 

1912 

116,907,022 

3.56,3.54,478 

11,744,664 

11,090,005 

1,273.211 

259,542 

1,146,822 

2,423,902 

1913 * . 

138,749,998 

441, 141,562 

15,379,764 

14,211,547 

1,258,970 

.343,249 

1,71.3,585 

3, 109,. 554 

1914 

132,070,876 

410,786,091 

14.276,535 

14,586,223 

1,352, 133 

277,. 381 

2,090,387 

3,015,456 

1915.... 

90, 160,781 

428,616,927 

8,449, 186 

5,086,986 

977,448 

215,608 

1,472,799 

1,769,256 

1916 

80, 108,795 

398,693,720 

5,949,470 

86,304 

017,025 

207,634 

920,271 

1,0.57,7.33 

1917 

121,763,214 

677,631,616 

6,481,098 

14,132 

909,546 

260,094 

1,227,007 

1,234,99.3 

1918 

81,324,283 

791,906,125 

5,274,064 

27,181 

808,807 

238,420 

771, 187 

1,0.54,173 


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9 GEORGE V, A. 19 19 

No. 5. — Value of Goods entered for Home Consumption, by Countries— Condwded 


Fiscal 

Year. 

Belgium. 

New- 

found- 

land. 

West 

Ipdies. 

South 
America . 

China 

and 

Japan. 

Switzer- 

land. 

Other 

Countries. 

Total. 


§ 

S 

S 

S 

S 

S 

S 

$ 

1873 

346,702 

1,808,997 

2,174,932 

416,199 

1,663,390 

120,514 

780,222 

127,514,594 

1874 

293,659 

1,088,468 

2,307,733 

473,530 

1,224,506 

139,674 

396,839 

127,404,169 

1875 

278,311 

904,224 

2,194,404 

278,796 

657,426 

116,128 

621,733 

119,618,657 

1876 

361,055 

774,586 

1,616,113 

287,553 

948,239 

56,168 

746,567 

94,733,218 

1877 

251,812 

641,642 

1,242,809 

4,971 

418,606 

69,066 

449,973 

96,300,483 

1878 

255,694 

672,665 

1,033,849 

15,447 

383,676 

61,178 

344,154 

91,199,577 

1879 

179,031 

639,406 

1,252,429 

4,388 

448,962 

94,781 

413,767 

80,341,608 

1880 

149,086 

581,961 

2,945,154 

283,481 

893,911 

94,225 

557, 689 

71,782,349 

1881 

412,834 

652,304 

3,815,147 

637,620 

1,410,973 

141,789 

916,926 

91,611,604 

1882 

503,210 

493,509 

4,023,384 

1,. 373, 617 

1,529,042 

268,093 

1,139,057 

112,648,927 

1883 

. 415,407 

765, 935 

4,369,260 

1,464,671 

1,645,254 

336,040 

880,057 

123,137,019 

1884 

459, 150 

780, 670 

3,606,917 

1,478,988 

1,909,562 

242,380 

1,080,231 

108,180,644 

1885 

479,260 

351,105 

3,162,774 

1,340,836 

2,493,451 

217, 666 

1,189,571 

102,710,019 

1886 

510,907 

384,321 

3,144,472 

1,100,995 

2,432,585 

203,085 

1,391,739 

99,602,694 

1887 

703,851 

354,342 

1,942,182 

1,198,406 

2,750,388 

219,777 

2,209,902 

105,639,428 

1888 

488,743 

421,599 

3,268,663 

876, 603 

2,128,707 

193,838 

1,117,006 

102,847,100 

1889 

530,740 

488,161 

3,378,654 

1,324,588 

1,964,538 

166,890 

2,025,237 

109,673,447 

1890 

721,332 

469,711 

3,089,048 

1,003,962 

2,100,065 

316,523 

1,995,841 

112,765,584 

1891 

655,448 

751,003 

3,238,156 

719,778 

2,123,311 

244,319 

2,572,749 

113,345,124 

1892 

517,032 

753,249 

4,092,287 

877,821 

3,016,857 

192,365 

3,988,029 

116,978,943 

1893 

599,511 

653,270 

4,244,669 

772,613 

2,425,572 

258,464 

3,782,253 

121,705,030 

1894 

550, 237 

814,562 

3,677,411 

872,392 

2,524,919 

274,825 

3,066,216 

113,093,983 

1895 

441,617 

739,850 

4,794,020 

469, 172 

2,528,414 

259,400 

1,789,334 

105,252,511 

1896 

920, 758 

551,412 

1,896,426 

567, 027 

2,671,418 

332,120 

2,413,009 

110,587,480 

1897 

1,163,632 

452,076 

1,678,870 

620,250 

2,396,409 

222, 173 

3,571,545 

111,294,021 

1898 

1,230,110 

464,324 

1,080,266 

1,425,653 

2,317,971 

349,678 

1,732,721 

130,698,006 

1899 

2,318,723 

527,006 

1,354,939 

1,175,584 

2,769,499 

568,768 

2,493,264 

154,051,593 

1900 

3,223,918 

660, 678 

1,331,776 

992,887 

2,381,144 

529,176 

2,940,988 

180,804,316 

1901 

3,828,450 

625,568 

1,801,740 

1,048,088 

2,450,022 

602,658 

2,995,198 

181,237,988 

1902 

1,711,599 

1,117,400 

2,173,835 

1,659,074 

1,984,876 

765,010 

3,436,920 

202,791,595 

1903 

2,800,182 

1,197,581 

2,379,275 

1,989,952 

1,939,942 

944,727 

4,408,634 

233,790,516 

1904 

3,129,513 

1,076,667 

4,813,815 

3,157,004 

2,565,976 

1,389,000 

6,062,331 

251,464,332 

1905 

1,775,187 

1,054,613 

5,638,187 

4,035,619 

2,47u,723 

1,766,991 

5,945,564 

261,925,554 

1906 

2,610,072 

1,758,425 

6,591,083 

5,869,075 

2,217,517 

2,012,405 

6,799,228 

290,360,807 

*1907 

1,695,179 

1,463,731 

3,406,723 

5,229.818 

2,110,719 

1,604,692 

6,574,479 

257,254,882 

1908 

2,380,649 

1,777,469 

8,300,501 

3,088,060 

2,905,298 

2,734,779 

10,082,543 

358,428,616 

1909 

1,901,588 

1,638,428 

8,092,303 

4,783,893 

2,626,736 

2,188,265 

8,926,853 

298,205,957 

1910 

3,239,888 

1,467,619 

7,336,564 

6,217,105 

2.981,494 

2,603,858 

11,025,920 

375,833,016 

1911 

3,614,354 

1,818,260 

9,035,863 

7,334,136 

3,106,138 

3,102,910 

13,333,490 

461,951,318 

1912 

3,686,419 

1,841,887 

8,490,878 

10,533,310 

3,112,982 

3,458,006 

15,159,062 

547,482,190 

1913 

4,020,178 

2,056,974 

10,576,966 

10,528,857 

4,256,301 

4,296,702 

23,869,838 

675,517,045 

1914 

4,490,476 

1,841,351 

11,503,984 

9,020,157 

3,517,478 

4,314,805 

20,549,116 

633,692,449 

1915 

1,875,963 

1,245,160 

11,088,894 

9,594,128 

3,825,848 

3,979,256 

19,081,064 

587,439,304 

1916 

59,315 

1,577,784 

11,878,121 

12,730,408 

4,933,735 

3,525,117 

19,731,929 

542,077,361 

1917 

14,896 

2,147,808 

18,744,704 

13,306,837 

9,251,077 

4,499,321 

15,951,083 

873,437,426 

1918 

12,973 

2,947,527 

18,252,381 

12,278,387 

13,592,209 

3,146,482 

30,909,544 

962,543,746 


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No. 6. — Duty Collected. 


Fiscal 

Year. 

L’nited 

Kingdom. 

L'nited 

States. 

France. 

Germany. 

Spain. 

Portugal. 

Italy. 

Holland. 


$ cts. 

S cts. 

$ cts. 

$ cts. 

S cts. 

S cts. 

S cts. 

$ cts. 

1873 

7,398,460 

17 

2,966,119 34 

627,831 95 

334,415 51 

102,711 21 

21,245 21 

9,320 80 

294,569 02 

1874 

7,867,481 

41 

3,695,564 03 

744,059 19 

272,234 68 

112,918 73 

27,674 63 

13,626 76 

361,153 47 

1875 

8,881,997 

81 

3,860,877 10 

604,092 47 

173,427 65 

113,599 78 

28,421 97 

8,502 45 

394,017 97 

1876 

6,075,759 

82 

4,117,223 40 

723,368 24 

134,282 11 

157,287 53 

29,302 21 

24,629 25 

459,887 53 

1877 

6,377,596 

23 

4,426,394 79 

480,340 56 

75,762 93 

79,515 38 

20,322 20 

15,783 10 

316,156 00 

1878 

6,445,995 

38 

4,794,599 63 

400,600 04 

79,673 10 

87,755 88 

13,452 55 

19,652 43 

308,153 30 

1879 

5,561,933 

02 

5,529,150 64 

501,747 90 

104,211 80 

120,385 81 

7,970 14 

19,474 58 

329,634 07 

1880 

6,737,997 

05 

4,521,311 08 

427,937 89 

103, 156 82 

106,720 56 

14,935 79 

30,031 12 

301,570 50 

1881 

8,772,949 

97 

5,657,292 75 

597,948 79 

215,108 04 

167,412 55 

25,307 99 

40,956 25 

372,335 63 

1882 

10,011,811 

00 

7,082,722 29 

742,774 93 

338,691 39 

210,766 86 

29,105 63 

34,283 98 

420,607 91 

1883 

9,897,785 

16 

8,158,023 35 

824,963 17 

388,556 85 

231,866 95 

38,135 50 

44,240 03 

535,741 81 

1884 

8,001,370 

74 

7,420 461 79 

645,152 71 

554,181 88 

192,946 21 

34,228 80 

32,186 80 

493,807 39 

1885 

7,617,249 

45 

6,636,405 83 

650,515 29 

572,947 24 

154,680 24 

29,345 65 

33,380 25 

521,318 20 

1886 

7,817,357 

45 

6,790,080 76 

735,666 52 

588, 168 44 

150,268 47 

30,510 74 

35,667 84 

602,570 19 

1887 

9,318,920 

08 

7,299,591 68 

699,840 07 

1,190,267 30 

176,449 17 

33,329 81 

31,404 53 

623,894 26 

1888 

8,972,739 

84 

7,131,006 28 

796,242 70 

1,214,748 15 

171,790 38 

36,621 03 

42,004 78 

704,034 45 

1889 

9,450,243 

70 

7,413,354 83 

854,805 00 

1,-266,638 56 

185,969 33 

36,805 32 

32,456 70 

756,785 89 

1890 

9, 576, 965 

75 

8,220,299 55. 

957,312 22 

1,165,158 67 

170,028 06 

36,528 91 

37,938 11 

806,261 40 

1891 

9,114,271 

75 

7,709,318 12 

932,032 53 

1,320,583 23 

217,612 94 

30,680 47 

44,888 99 

741,462 43 

1892 

9,074,200 

71 

7,814,666 93 

931,044 99 

783,740 50 

186, 168 39 

27,446 98 

35,846 83 

697,184 17 

1893 

9,498,747 

08 

7,636,075 81 

1,058,095 75 

857,264 35 

180,132 25 

27,171 69 

30,816 89 

815,200 70 

1894 

8,245,845 

87 

6,960,950 68 

1,019,568 12 

978,224 53 

207,724 63 

22,894 36 

49,073 63 

879,107 85 

1895 

7,006,676 

58 

6,897, 395 04 

985,945 87 

892,547 04 

187,788 45 

24,361 92 

46,697 12 

755,251 48 

1896 

7,358,514 

15 

7,767,992 63 

1,020,804 74 

1,329,186 36 

162,118 81 

22,269 68 

39,386 02 

792,609 63 

1897 

6,205,366 

'80 

8,147,075 10 

969,539 64 

1,489,755 60 

150,587 43 

23,191 61 

33,474 05 

920,096 46 

1898 

6,649,428 

60 

9,941,624 48 

1,183,890 30 

1,364,159 04 

176,764 64 

20,606 24 

46,466 82 

908,046 37 

1899 

7,328,191 

92 

11,713,858 94 

1,300,876 .33 

1,903,223 16 

181,346 14 

25,559 36 

52,842 44 

1,061,622 69 

1900 

8,074,541 

07 

13,491,872 86 

1,428,019 46 

2,189,798 17 

183,147 69 

28,548 59 

26,842 73 

1,171,550 06 

1901 

7,845,406 49 

13,411,749 58 

1,794,555 55 

1,811,974 55 

191,527 27 

37, 138 80 

45,171 84 

1,350,098 08 

1902 

8,424,693 04 

15,155,136 39 

2,163,016 40 

2,741,263 29 

205,803 43 

42,700 86 

88,174 27 

1,306,967 57 

1903 

9,841,627 

33 

17,069,881 19 

2,098,633 61 

3,255,121 88 

212, 104 39 

45,912 40 

87,457 75 

1,527,113 35 

1904 

10,838,017 

31 

19,554,585 54 

2,113,667 94 

2,172,571 04 

228,532 66 

41,226 25 

88,831 12 

1,726,681 98 

1905 

11,171,010 04 

• 

20,580,301 56 

2,224,967 73 

1,826,789 33 

215,933 42 

39,295 27 

123,388 07 

1,570,378 88 

1906 

12,944,249 35 

22,187,102 94 

2,520,034 97 

1,852,538 47 

289,363 62 

44,716 82 

118,725 17 

1,620,711 72 

*1907.... 

11,823,197 06 

19,084,738 46 

2,219,577 38 

1,521,946 23 

197,483 36 

43,941 45 

91,853 92 

1,309,895 96 

1908 

17,265,293 25 

27,132,543 26 

3,331,350 36 

2,434,631 34 

301,055 23 

54,079 21 

126,376 10 

1,812,404 99 

1909..... 

13,449,.341 99 

22,526,806 65 

2,801,383 52 

1,709,641 79 

255,514 39 

48,470 49 

112,251 96 

1,731,470 46 

1910 

18,032,629 10 

4 

29,515,836 43 

3,269,278 92 

1,934,523 03 

290,268 99 

45,590 34 

156,168 96 

1,875,408 97 

1911. . 

20.7.56 Sin 

71 

37,8.54,727 80 

3,342,954 67 

2,153,180*04 

237,265 35 

75,334 02 

175,984 52 

2,052,451 84 

1912 

22,367,039 82 

49,177,.584 32 

3,436,947 88 

2,246,745 17 

334,321 59 

90,568 14 

197,252 39 

2,254,024 52 

1913 

27,158,162 29 

68,929,805 04 

4, 141 150 64 

2,881,497 00 

245,919 50 

119,061 09 

315,391 84 

2,570,778 05 

1914 

25,816,854 15 

61,895,167 68 

4,223,138 30 

3,114 324 84 

250,904 64 

113,335 74 

373,037 75 

2,755,883 50 

1915 

18,447,534 18 

42,335,574 74 

2,900,280 46 

1,089,038 74 

189,612 71 

87,207 21 

279,181 33 

2,277,291 85 

1916 

14,782,858 14 

49,908,888 80 

2,053,019 90 

13,319 28 

130,859 23 

81,588 45 

183,779 26 

1,820,520 79 

1917 

18,801,123 35 

75,516,313 64 

1,909,617 93 

3,338 02 

168,360 18 

87,295 25 

233,380 58 

1,154,834 68 

1918 

14,077,045 20 

88,018,758 84 

1,514,316 82 

6,408 39 

171,714 82 

68,999 65 

155,635 27 

594,803 69 


9 months. 


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9 months. 


TRADE REPORT— PART I 


13 


SESSIONAL PAPER No. 11 

No. 7. — Percentage of Duty on' Total Value of Goods entered for Home 
Consumption, Dutiable and Free; and percentage of expenses of collection 
of Customs Revenue in the Dominion of Cnnada, during each j-ear from 
1868 to 1918, irclusive. 


I 


Year. 


F ercentage of duty 
on Total Value 
of Goods entered for 
Home Consumption, 


Percentage 
Expense of Collec 
tion of Customs 


Dutiable and Free. 


Revenue. 


1868. . 

1869 . 

1870 . . 

1871.. . 

1872.. . 

187.3.. . 

1874.. . 

1875.. . 

1876. . . 

1877.. . 

1878.. . 

1879.. . 

1880.. . 

1881... 

1882.. . 

1883.. . 

1884.. . 

1885.. . 

1886.. . 

1887.. : 

1888.. . 

1889.. . 

1890.. . 

1891 . . . 

1892.. . 

1893.. . 

1894.. . 

1895.. . 

1896. . . 
1897 . . 

1898.. . 

1899.. . 

1900. . . 

1901.. . 

1902. . . 

1903.. . 
1904 . . 

1905.. . 

1906.. . 
*1907.. 

1908.. . 

1909.. . 

1910.. . 

1911. . 

1912.. . 

1913.. . 

1914.. . 
tl915.. 
tl916.. 
tl917.. 
tl918.. 


p.c. 

p.c. 

12-25 

05-99 

12-31 

07-09 

13-28 

05-41 

13-62 

04-21 

12-11 

04-04 

10-20 

04-35 

11-32 

04-55 

12-83 

04-44 

13-44 

05-61 

13-03 

05-75 

. 14-03 

05 -.58 

16-10 

05 - 56 

19-70 

05-04 

20-19 

03-87 

19-27 

03 -.33 

18-82 

03-26 

18-64 

03-96 

18-61 

04-14 

19-50 

04-10 

21-24 

03-64 

21-57 

03-81 

21-65 

03-62 

21-21 

03-63 

20-06 

03-83 

17-56 

04-39 

17-38 

04-26 

17-13 

04-75 

16-99 

05-13 

18-28 

04-43 

17-87 

04-75 

16-95 

04-37 

16-70 

04-02 

15-98 

03-71 

16-06 

03-86 

15-99 

03-62 

15-87 

03-31 

16-28 

03-31 

16-04 

03-49 

16-07 

03-31 

15-66 

03-04 

16-27 

03-30 

16-11 

04-15 

16-24 

03-31 

15-87 

02-98 

16-00 

02-78 

17-03 

02-74 

16-91 

03 -.59 

17-39 

04-77 

20-47 

03 - 55 

17-46 

02-54 

16-79 

02-51 


9 months. 


t Exclusive of coin and bullion, and including war tax. 


14 


CUSTOMS DEPARTMENT 


9 GEORGE V, A. 1919 

Xo. 8. — Comparative Statement of the Values of the Imports entered for 
fiscal year from 1868 to 1918; shoAving“also percentage excess of Imports 

entered for Home Consumption 



Imports entered for Home 
Consumption. 

Exports. 

- 

Merchandise. 

Coin 

and 

Bullion. 

Totals. 

Merchandise. 

Coin 

and 

Bullion. 

Totals. 

Dutiable. 

Free. 

Produce. 

Xon- 

Produce. 


$ 

S 

S 

s 

• 

S 

S 

S 

S 

1868 

43,655, 696 

23,434,463 

4,895,147 

71,985,306 

48,504,899 

4,196,821 

4,866,168 

57, 567,888 

1869 

41,069,342 

22,085,599 

4,247,229 

67,402,170 

52,400,772 

3,855,801 

4,218,208 

60,474,781 

1870 

45,127,422 

21,774,652 

4,335,529 

71,237,603 

59,043,590 

6,527,622 

8,002,278 

73,573,490 

1871 

60,094,362 

24, 120, 026 

2,733,094 

86,947,482 

57,630,024 

9,853,244 

6,690,350 

74,173,618 

1872 

68, 545, 718 

36,409,649 

2, 753,749 

107,709,116 

65,831,083 

12,798,182 

4,010,398 

82,639,663 

1873 

71,409,196 

53,099,933 

3,005,465 

127,514,594 

76,538,025 

9,405,910 

3,845,987 

89,789,922 

1874 

76,232,530 

46,948,357 

4,223,282 

127,404,169 

76,741,997 

10,614,096 

1,995,835 

89,351,928 

1875 

78,138,511 

39,270,057 

2,210,089 

119,618,657 

69,709,823 

7,137,319 

1,039,837 

77,886,979 

1876 

60,238,297 

32,274,810 

2,220,111 

94,733,218 

72,491,437 

7,2.34,961 

1,240,037 

80,966,435 

1877 

60,916,770 

33,209 624 

2,174,089 

96,300,483 

68,030,546 

7,111,108 

733,739 

75,875,393 

1878 

59,773,039 

30,622,812 

803,726 

91,199,577 

67,989,800 

11,164,878 

168,989 

79,323,667 

1879 

55,430,012 

23, 272, 507 

1,639,089 

80,341,608 

62,431,025 

8,355,644 

704,586 

71,491,255 

1880 

54,182,967 

15,717,575 

1,881,807 

71,782,349 

72,899,697 

13,240,006 

1, 771, 755 

87,911,458 

1881 

71,620,725 

18,867,604 

1,123,275 

91,611,601 

83,944,701 

13,375,117 

971,005 

98,290,823 

1882 

85, 757, 433 

25,387,751 

1,503,743 

112,648,927 

94, 137, 657 

7,628,453 

371,093 

102,137,203 

1883 

91,588,339 

30,273,157 

1,275,523 

123,137,019 

87,702,431 

9, 751 , 773 

631,600 

98,085,804 

1884 

80,010,498 

25,962,480 

2,207,666 

108,180,644 

79,833,098 

9,389,106 

2,184,292 

91,406,496 

1885 

73,269,618 

26,486,157 

2,954,244 

102,710,019 

79,131,735 

8,079,646 

2,026,980 

89,238,361 

1886 

70,658,819 

25,333,318 

3, 610, 557 

99,602,694 

77, 756, 704 

7,438,079 

56,531 

85,251,314 

1887 

78,120,679 

26,986,531 

532,218 

105,639,428 

80,960,909 

8,549,333 

5,569 

89,515,811 

1888 

69,645,824 

31,025,804 

2,175,472 

102,847,100 

81,382,072 

8,803,394 

17,534 

90,203,000 

1889 

74,475,139 

34,623,057 

575,251 

109,673,447 

80,272,456 

6,938,455 

1,978,256 

89,189,167 

1890 

77,106,286 

34,576,287 

1,083,011 

112,765,584 

85, 257, 586 

9,051,781 

2,439,782 

96,749,149 

1891 

74,536,036 

36,997,918 

1,811,170 

113,345,124 

88,671,738 

9,798,631 

946,927 

98,417,296 

1892 

69,160,737 

45,999,676 

1,818,530 

116,978,943 

99,032,466 

13,121,791 

1,809,118 

113,963,375 

1893 

69,873,571 

45,297,259 

6,534,200 

121,705,030 

105,488,798 

8,941,956 

4,133,698 

118,564,352 

1894 

62,779,182 

46,291,729 

4,023,072 

113,093,983 

103,851,764 

11,833,805 

1,839,380 

117,524,949 

1895 

58, 557, 655 

42,118,236 

4,576,620 

105,252,511 

108,828,441 

6,485,043 

4,325,319 

113,638,803 

1896 

67,239,759 

38,121,402 

5,226,319 

110,587,480 

109,707,805 

6,606,738 

4,699,309 

121,013,852 

1897 

66,220,765 

40,397,062 

4,676,194 

111,294,021 

123,632,540 

10,825,163 

3,492,550 

137,950,253 

1898 

74,625,088 

51,682,074 

4,390,844 

130,698,006 

144,548,662 

14,980,883 

4,623,138 

164,152,683 

1899 

89,433,172 

59,913,287 

4, 705, 134 

154, 051,593 

137,360,792 

17,520,088 

4,016,025 

158,896,905 

1900 

104,346,795 

68,160,083 

8,297,438 

180,804,316 

168,972,301 

14,265,254 

8,657,168 

191,894,723 

1901 

105,969,756 

71,730,938 

3,537,294 

181,237,988 

177,431,386 

17, 077, 757 

1,978,489 

196,487,632 

1902 

118,657,496 

77,822,694 

6,311,405 

202,791,595 

196,019,763 

13,951, 101 

1,669,422 

211,640,286 

1903 

136,796,065 

88,017,654 

8,976, 797 

233,790,516 

214,401,674 

10,828,087 

619,963 

225,849,724 

1904 

148,909,576 

94,680,443 

7,874,313 

251,464,332 

198,414,4.39 

12,641,239 

2,465,557 

213,521,235 

1905 

150,928,787 

100,688,332 

10,308,435 

261,925, 554 

190,854,496 

10,617,115 

1,844,811 

203,316,872 

1906 

173,046, 109 

110,236,095 

7,078,603 

290,360,807 

235,483,956 

11,173,846 

9,928,828 

256,586,630 . 

*1907.... 

152,065,529 

97,672,345 

7,517,008 

257,254,882 

180,545,306 

11,541,927 

13,189,964 

205,277,197 

1908 

218,160,047 

133,719,908 

6,548,661 

358,428,616 

246,960,968 

16,407,984 

16,637,654 

280,006,606 

1909 

175,014,160 

113,203,355 

9,988,442 

298,205,957 

242,603,584 

17,318,782 

1,589,793 

261,512,159 

1910 

227,264,346 

142,551,081 

6,017,589 

375,833,016 

279,247,551 

19,516,442 

2,594,536 

301,358,529 

1911 

282,723,812 

169,021,296 

10,206,210 

461,951,318 

274,316,553 

15, 683, 657 

7, 196, 155 

297,196,365 

1912 

335,304,060 

186,144,249 

26,033,881 

547,482,190 

290,223,857 

17,492,294 

7,601,099 

315,317,250 

1913 

441,606,885 

228,482,181 

5,427,979 

675,517,045 

355, 754, 60C 

21,313,755 

16,163,702 

393,232,057 I 

1914 

410,258,744 

208,198,400 

15,235,305 

633,692,449 

431,588,439 

23,848,785 

23,560,764 

478,997,928 j 

1915 

279, 792, 195 

175, 654, 117 

131,992,992 

587,439,304 

409,418,836 

52,023,673 

29,366,368 

490,808,877 i 

1916 

289,366,527 

218,450,632 

34,260,202 

542,077,361 

741,610,638 

37,689,432 

103,572,432 

882,872,502 ' 

1917 

461,733,609 

383,622,697 

28,081,120 

873,437,426 

1,151,375,768 

27,835,332 

196,647,048 

1,375,758, 148 

1918 

542,341,522 

420,202,224 


962,543,746 

1,540,027, 788 

46, 142,004 


1,586,169,792 









* 9 months. 


TRADE REPORT— PART 1 


15 


SESSIONAL PAPER No. 11 

Home Consumption and Exports into and from the Dominion of Canada in each 
entered for Home Consumption over Exports or of Exports over Imports in 
each year. 


'Excess Value of Mer- 
chandise imported for 
Home Consumption over 

Excess of 
total 
Exports 
over total 
Imports 
entered tor 
Home Con- 
sumption 
including 
Coin 
and 

Bullion. 

Percentage 
Excess of 
total Imp’ts 
entered for 
Home Con- 
sumption 
over total 
Exports 
including 
Coin 
and 

Bullion. 

Percentage 
Excess of 
total Exp’ts 
over total 
Imports 
entered for 
Home Con- 
sumption 
including 
Coin 
and 

Bullion. 

Percentage, Increase or Decrease. 

Merchandise 

Exported. 

Produce. 

Mer- 

chandise 

Exported. 

Produce 
and non- 
Produce. 

Gross Imports 
entered for Home 
Consumption com- 
pared with pre- 
ceding year. 

Gross Exports 
compared with 
preceding year. 

Increase. 

De- 

crease. 

Increase. 

De- 

crease. 

$ 

S 

$ 

pc.. 

p.c. 

p.c. 

p.c. 

p.c. 

p.c. 

18,585,260 

14,388,439 


25 04 






10,754,169 

6,898,368 


11-5 



6-4 

5-05 


7,858,484 

1,330,862 

2,335,887 


3-3 

5-7 


21-7 


26,584,364 

16,731,120 


17-2 


22 05 


00-8 


39^124,284 

26,326,102 


30-3 


23-9 


11-4 


47,971,104 

38,565,194 


42 01 


18-4 


8-6 


46,438,890 

35,824,794 


42-6 



00-09 


00-5 

47,698,745 

40,561,426 


53-6 



00-6 


12-8 

20,021,670 

12,786,709 


17-0 



20-8 

3-9 


26,095,848 

18,984,740 


27 05 


1-7 



6-3 

22,406,051 

11,241,173 


14-9 



5-3 

4-5 


16,271,494 

7,915,850 


12-4 



11-9 


9-9 

16, 129, 109 


22-5 


10-7 

22-9 


6,543,628 


6,679,219 


7-3 

27-6 


11-8 


17,007,527 

9,379,074 

10-3 


22-9 


.. ' 3-9 


34,159,065 

24,407,292 


25-5 


9-3 



3-9 

26,139,880 

16,750,774 


18-4 



12-1 


6-8 

20,624,040 

12,544,394 


151 



5-06 


2-4 

18,235,4.33 

10,797,354 


16-8 



3-03 


4-5 

24,146,301 

15,596,968 


1801 


606 


5-0 


19,289,556 

10,486,162 


14 02 



2-6 

00-7 


28,825,740 

21,887,285 


22-9 


6-6 



1-1 

26,424,987 

17,373,206 


16-6 


2-8 


8-5 


22,862,216 

14,063,585 


15-2 


00-5 


1-7 


16,127,947 

3,006,156 


2-7 


3-2 


15-8 


9,682,032 

740, 176 


2-6 


404 


4-04 


5,219,147 

4,430,966 


3-9 


7-08 


00-9 


8,386,292 


7-9 


6-9 


3-3 



10,426,372 


9-4 

507 


6-5 




26, 656’ 232 


23-9 

00-6 


13-9 




33, 454 ; 677 


25-6 

17-4 


18-9 


11,985,667 


4,845,312 


3-2 

17-9 



3-2 

3,534,577 


11,090,407 


6-1 

17-4 


20-8 


269,308 


15,249,644 


8-4 

00-2 


2-4 


460,427 


8,848,691 


4-4 

11-9 


7-7 


10,412,045 


3-5 


15-3 


6-7 


45, 175i580 

32,534,341 


17-7 


7-6 



5-5 

60.762,623 

50,145,508 


28-8 


4-2 



4-8 

47,798,248 

36, 624] 402 


13-2 


10-9 


26-2 


69, 192^568 

57,650,641 


25-3 



11-4 


19-9 

104,918,987 

88,511,003 


24-4 


39-3 


36-4 


45,613i931 

28,295,149 


14-0 



16-9 


6-6 

90,567,876 

71,051,434 


24-7 


26-03 


. 15-2 


177,428,555 

161,744i898 


55-4 


22-9 



1-4 

231,224,452 

213,732,158 


73-9 


18-5 


6-09 


314, 334 i 466 

293,020,711 


71-7 


23-4 


24-7 


186,868,705 

163,019,920 


32-3 



6-2 

21-8 


46,027,476 


19-7 



7-3 

2-5 



340,795,141 


62-9 


7-7 

79-9 




502,320,722 


57-5 

61 -i 


55-8 




623,626,046 


64-8 

*13-8 


*34-5 











* Merchandise only. 


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CUSTOM DEPARTMEXT 


9 GEORGE V, A. 1919 

No. 12. — Statement of Customs and other Kevenues collected throughout the 
Dominion by Chief Ports and Outports during the fiscal year ended iMarch 
31, 1918. 

XOyA SCOTIA. 


Chief Port. 


Amherst. 


Annapolis Royal. 


Antigonish. 


Arichat. 


Baddeck. 


Outports. 

Customs 

Duties. 


S cts. 


114,725 39 

Joggins Mines 

1,5.38 40 

Xorthport 

13 66 

Oxford 

2, 779 57 

Pugwash 

698 39 

River Hebert 

346 59 

.Springhill 

3,444 24 

Tidnish 

5 42 

Wallaee 

196 93 


123,748 59 


Barrington Passage.. 


Bridgetown. . . 
Clementsport. 
Port Wade 


Bayfield 

Harbour au Bouche. 


Deseousse 

Irish C'ove 

L’Ardoise 

Petit de Grat:. . . . 
River Bourgeoise. 
St. Peter’s 


Aspy Bay 

Ingonish 

Iona. 

Xeil’s Harbour. . . . 
Xew Campbellton. 
.St. Ann’s 


Clark’s Harbour. 
Port La Tour. . . . 
Woods Harbour. . 


957 89 
3,581 36 
359 05 
30 34 


4,928 64 


3,340 41 
395 58 
63 01 


3,799 00 


345 76 
89 37 

Xil. 

15 43 
5 56 
65 
178 99 


635 76 


2,068 15 
0 63 
100 09 
491 81 
Xil. 

0 60 
9 46 


2,670 64 


2,421 14 
2,029 19 
59 48 
89 43 


4,599 24 


39,425 87 


Other 

Revenues. 


cts. 


Total 

Revenues. 


•S ets. 


123,748 59 


4,928 64 


3,799 00 


635 76 


2,670 64 


4,599 24 


39,425 87 


Remarks. 


Bridgewater 


TRADE REPORT— PART I 


61 


SESSIONAL PAPER No. 11 

No. 12. — Statement of Customs and other Revenues collected, etc. — Nova 

Scotia — Conlin ued. 


Chief Port. 


Outjjorts. 


Canso 


Guysborough. . . 
Isaac’s Harbour 

Liscomb 

Port Mulgrave. . 

Queensport 

.Sherbrooke 


Digby 


Glace Baj' 


Bear River. 

F reeport 

Sandy Cove 

Tiverton 

Westport 


Halifax. 

t 


Hubbard's 

Ingramport. . . . 
Sheet Harbour 


Kentville 


Aylesford .Station., . 

Berwick 

Canning 

Harbourville 

King.sport 

Port Williams 

Wolfville 


Liverpool 


Caledonia 

Port Medwaj- 


Lockeport . 
Lunenburg 


Chester 

La Have 

Mahone Bay 


Middleton 


Margaretsx'ille 
Port George . . 
Springfield 


Customs 

Duties. 

Ot’ er 
Revenues 

Total 

Revenues. 

.$ cts. 

4,. 341 94 
147 73 
803 33 
7 78 
2,8.36 .38 
208 91 
195 82 

§ cts. 

-S cts. 

8,541 89 


8,. 541 89 

2,927 61 
632 39 
73 72 
105 66 
123 08 
440 42 



4,. 302 88 


4,. 302 88 

70,242 51 

968 02 

71,210 .53 

2.230,471 70 
62 .53 
15 72 
96 43 

3,610 32 


2,2.30,646 .38 

.3,610 .32 

2,2.34,2.56 70 

15,684 10 
3.59 44 
5,985 47 
.362 20 
0 98 
100 14 
855 24 
2,777 27 



26, 124 84 


26, 124 84 

6,. 578 06 
2.38 37 
1,765 99 

60 00 


8,582 42 

60 00 

8,642 42 

864 02 


864 02 

9,420 29 
703 64 
3,006 82 
735 38 



13,866 1.3 


13,866 13 

1,789 60 

0 43 

1 40 
114 44 



1,905 87 


1.905 87 


Remarks. 


62 


CUSTOMb DEPARTMEyr 


9 GEORGE V, A. 1919 

No. 12, — Statement of Customs and other Revenues collected, etc. — Nova 

Scotia — Continued. 



TRADE REPORT— PART I 


63 


SESSIONAL PAPER No. 11 

No. 12. — Statement of Customs and other Revenues collected, etc. — Nova 

Scotia — Concluded. 


• 

Chief Port. 

Outports. 

Customs 

Duties. 

Other 

Revenues. 

Total 

Revenues. 

Remarks. 

/ 


S cts. 

S cts. 

% cts. 




166,344 97 





Bass River 

12 19 





Economy 

6 79 





Little Bass River. . . 

1 25 





Great Village 

1,176 83 






167,542 03 


167,542 03 




2,779 86 





Barton 

44 70 

8 00 




Belliveau’s Cove — 

43 69 





Church Point 

1,045 61 





Little River 

1 20 

— 




Meteghan 

57 89 





Meteghan River 

781 65 






4,754 60 

8 00 

4,762 60 


M indsor 


27,809 48 





Cheverie 

31 46 





Hantsport 

1,340 73 





Maitland 

66 55 





Noel 

1 54 





Walton 

3 07 






29,252 83 


29,252 83 


Yarmouth 


154,123 41 

932 32 




Lower EastPubnico. 

275 24 





.Salmon River 

343 67 





Tusket 

157 45 





Wedgeport 

11 18 






154,910 95 

932 32 

155,843 27 



Nova Scotia, total. . 

4,378,192 64 

6,00.5 06 

4,384,197 70 


PRINCE EDWARD ISLAND. 

Charlottetown 


104,193 59 

40 31 




Cardigan 

85 05 





Crapaud 

191 47 





Georgetown 

157 40 





Grand River 

11 .30 





Montague Bridge... . 

3,723 31 





Murray Harbour.. . . 

111 85 





Murray River 

97 64 





New London 

24 34 





Rustico 

8 99 





St. Peter’s 

148 80 





Souris 

1,655 25 





Vernon River Bridge 

49 68 





Port Borden 

413 16 






110,871 83 

40 31 

110,912 14 


Summerside 


15,365 35 





Alberton 

L015 44 





Malpeque 

25 86 





Tignish 

2,281 68 






18,688 33 


18,688 33 



P. E. Island, total . . 

129,560 16 

40 31 

129,600 47 



64 


CrSTOilS DEPARTMENT 


^ 9 GEORGE V, A. 1919 

No. 12. — Statement of Cu.stoms and other Revenues collected, etc. 


NEW BRUNSWICK. 


C'hief Port. 


Outports. 


Bathurst 


Caraquet. . , 
Shippigan.. , 
Tracadie... . 
Stonehaven 


Campbellton 

Chatham 

Buctouche. 

Richibucto 


Dalhousie 

Fredericton 

McAdam Junction 


Moncton 


Albert 

Alma 

C ocagne . . . 
Dorchester 
Hillsboro... 
Shediac... . 
Waterside.. 


Newcastle 

St. Andrews 

' Campobello . . . . 
Grand Harbour 
Indian Island. . . 
Lords Cove . . . . 
North Head. . . . 
Wilson’s Beach . 


St. John 


Back Bay 

Beaver Harbour . . . . 

Lepreaux 

Lorneville 

Musquash 

St. George 

St. Martins 

Sussex 


St. 


Stephen 


Grand Falls 
Milltown. . . 
L'pper Mills. 


Port Elgin 


Customs 

Duties. 

Other 

Revenues. 

Total 

Revenues. < 

S cts. 

48,009 96 
78.5 28 
2.50 46 
81 44 
3 32 

$ cts. 

$ cts. 

49. 1.30 46 


49, 130 46 

13,486 00 

6 00 

13,492 55 

17,241 92 
376 77 
1,205 92 



18,824 61 


18,824 61 

5,959 40 


5,959 40 

162,299 92 

4 35 

162,. 304 27 

27, 108 99 

118 77 

27,. 527 76 

274,410 09 
187 82 
19 84 
2 32 
1,210 73 
1,019 ,38 
2,1.56 87 
Nil. 



279,007 05 


279,007 05 

10,788 14 


10,788 14 

35,658 47 
1,-327 66 
219 85 
2 75 71 
.3,010 44 
1,368 79 
293 10 

148 22 
270 30 


42,1.54 02 

418 52 

42,572 54 

3,-300,826 01 
7.5 24 
4,102 90 
11 56 
Nil. 
Nil. 

1,755 61 
9.33 28 
16, 152 45 

1,444 07 


.3,. 32.3, 857 05 

1,444 07 

3, .325, .301 12 

115,684 69 
4 47 
55 , 458 58 
93 93 

696 12 


171,241 67 

696 12 

171,937 79 

12,636 13 
1,272 73 



1.3.908 86 


^ 13,908 86 


Remarks. 


Sackville 


TRADE REPORT— PART I 


65 


SESSIONAL PAPER No. 11 

No. 12. — Statement of Customs and other Revenues collected, etc. — New 

Brunsvdck — Concluded. 


Chief Port. 

Outports. 

Customs 

Duties. 

Other 

Revenues. 

Total 
Revenues . 

Remarks. 



S cts. 

•S cts. 

$ cts. 


Woodstock 


70, 7.1, S 42 





Andover 

1,890 46 





Aroostock .Jet 

7,612 .57 





Bath 

322 88 





Bloomfield 

5.5 68 





Centreville 

649 33 





Clair 

2,107 15 

329 66 




Connor’s 

320 92 





Debec 

2,5.34 51 





Edniundston 

71,961 81 

28 90 




Escourt 

1.939 01 

142 50 




Grand Falls 

2,790 97 





Green River 

525 40 





Richmond 

1,232 26 

315 00 




St. Hilaire 

168 26 





St. Leonards 

11,190 08 

198 00 





176,0.39 71 

1,014 06 

177,053 77 



New Brunswick 





1 total 

4,294,106 43 

3,701 89 

4,297,808 32 



QUEBEC. 


Abercorn 


15,318 03 

340 00 

15,658 0.3 

Athelstan 


258,564 37 
176 31 
493 15 
9,008 28 
245 27 

302 40 

1 

Beebe Jet 

Franklin Centre. . . . 

Frontier 

Hemmingford 

Huntingdon 

268,487 .38 

302 40 

268,789 78 

75, 754 85 
131 70 
98,207 56 
114,146 42 

810 00 
217 85 

199 50 


Coaticook 

Georgeville 

Magog 

Rock Island 

288,240 53 

1,227 35 

289,467 88 

36,471 26 
195 22 

235 00 
100 00 


Cookshire 

Stanhope 

.36,666 48 

335 00 

37,001 48 

7,775 34 
4,003 76 
109 61 



. Gaspe 

Comins Mills 

Hereford Road 

11,888 71 


11,888 71 

3,485 15 
Nil. 



High water 

Esquimau.^ Point. . . 

3,485 15 


3,485 15 

2,6.38 00 

78 63 

2,716 6.3 

Hull 


412,961 61 
96,976 75 



’ Lake Megantic 

Lachute 

509,938 36 


509,938 36 

2,835 49 


2,835 49 

Mansonville 



932 85 


932 85 





11— i— 5 


66 


CUSTOM DEPARTMEyr 


9 GEORGE V, A. 1919 

No. 12. — Statement of Customs and other Eevenues collected, etc. — Quebec — 

Continued. 


Chief Port. 


Outports. 


Montreal 


Dundee 

Joliette 

Marieville 

St. Agnes de Dundee 

St. Jerome 

Trout River 


Paspebiac 


New Richmond . . . 


Perce 


Chandler 


Quebec 


Bradore Bay 

Chicoutimi 

Ellis Bay 

Jonquil re 

La Tuque 

Levis 

Magdalen Islands. . 

Montmagny 

Point au Pic 

Riviere du Loup. . 

St. Anselme 

St. Pamphile 

Seven Islands 

Tadoussac 

Trois Pistoles 

Victoriaville 


Rimouski 


Matane 


St. Armand 


Philipsburg 


St. Hj'acinthe 


Drummond ville 


St. John’s 


Clarenceville 

Frelighsburg. 

Granby 

Lacolle 

Xoyan Jet . . . 


Customs 


Other 

Total 


Duties. 


Revenues. 

Revenues 


S cts. 

S cts. 

S cts. 

36,176,041 

94 

.30,886 14 



786 

74 




62,780 

19 




36,906 

25 




126,801 

25 




55,561 

23 




914 

90 




36,459,792 

50 

30,886 14 

36,490,678 

64 

1,742 

65 




1,117 

63 




2,860 

28 


2,860 

28 

366 

51 




28, 478 

25 




28,844 

76 


28,844 

76 

1,911,491 

22 

710 07 



582 

95 




103,087 

61 




1,520 

38 




63,458 

20 




47 , 584 

92 




198,754 

79 




472 

81 




53,144 

59 




4,956 

24 




14,081 

35 




1,158 

93 




186 

72 




31 

84 




67 

12 




2,828 

45 




21,027 

50 




2,424,435 

62 

710 07 

2,425,145 

69 

25,233 

77 




71 

41 




25,305 

18 


25,305 

18 

17,316 

37 




1,474 

23 




18,790 

60 


18,790 

60 

189,372 

53 




52,525 

64 




241. -898 

17 


241,898 

17 

347,743 

39 

4 15 



783 

31 




498 

29 




198,7.52 

28 




44,416 

84 

585 00 



22,695 

87 

26 00 



614,889 

98 

615 15 

615,505 

13 


Remarks. 


TRADE REPORT— PART I 


67 


' SESSIONAL PAPER No. 11 

No. 12. — Statement of Customs aud other Revenues collected, etc. — Quebec — 

Concluded. 


Chief Port. 


Outports. 


Customs 

Duties. 


Other Total 

Revenues. Revenues. 


Remarks. 


S cts. 


cts. 


S cts. 


Sherbrooke. . . 


Armstrong 

Beauceville 

Richmond 

St. Camille 

Thetford Mines 
Windsor Mills. . 


Sorel 


Nicolet 


Three Rivers 


Grand Mere 

Nicolet 

Shawinigan Falls 


Valley 6eld. 


Quebec, total 


653,612 14 
1,396 36 
9,432 69 
65, 130 98 
2,020 74 
63,825 41 
42,647 71 


838,066 03 


838,066 03 

82,362 58 
325 82 



82,688 40 


82,688 40 

.354,705 4? 
164,188 62 
2,296 03 
340,856 00 



862,046 07 


862,046 07 

240,344 19 

1,400 00 

241,744 19 

42,980,392 76 

35,894 74 

43,016,287 50 


T ransferred from 
Three Rivers on 
Jan. 1, 1918. File 
No. 90052. 


Transfer’d to Sorel, 
on Jan. 1, 1918. 
File No. 90052. 


ONTARIO. 


Amherstburg 


Essex Centre 
Kingsville. . . 
Leamington. , 
North Dock. 
West Dock.. . 


Belleville 


Campbellford 


Bowmanville 


Newcastle 


Brantford 

Bridgeburg 

Brockville 

Chatham 

Blenheim . . 
Dresden. . . 

Glencoe 

Ridgetown. 

Rondeau 

Tilbury 


87,770 97 
7,532 50 
18,046 02 


68,763 01 
77 91 
2,339 26 



184,529 67 


184,529 67 

204,055 00 
32,931 50 



236,986 50 


236,986 50 

242,809 02 
21 77 



242,830 79 


242,830 79 

964,208 52 

436,50 

964,645 02 

786,369 32 

3,88.3 24 

790,252 56 

232,594 03 

15 11 

232,609 14 

974,563 53 
26,410 ,55 
63 27 
8,914 13 
12,698 94 
1.36,283 72 
14,253 11 

4 03 


1,173,187 25 

4 03 

1,173,191 28 


1 1— i— 5| 


68 


C^STO^fS DEPA RTMEXT 


9 GEORGE V, A. 1919 

12. — Statement of Customs and other Revenues collected, etc. — Ontario — 

Co7itinued. 


Chief Port. 


Outports. 


Cobourg 


Brighton. 
Col borne 


Ck)Uingwood 


Meaford. . 


Cornwall 


Aultsville 
St. Regis. 


Deseronto 


Fort Frances 


Rainy River 


Fort William. 


Dryden 

Pigeon Riv^er 


Galt 


.^yr 

Preston 


Gananoque 


Ivy Lea 

Lansdowne. . 
Mallorytown 
Rockport.. . . 


G oderich 


Clinton 

Kincardine. . . 

Lucknow 

Seaforth 

Southampton 
Wingham .... 


Guelph 


Durham 

Harriston 

Mount Forest 
Walkerton. . . 


Hamilton 


Burlington. . . . 

Dundas 

Dunnville 

Oakville 

Port Maitland 


Customs 

Duties. 

Other 

Revenues. 

Total 

Revenues. 

.$ cts. 

528,052 81 
4,976 15 
1,032 97 

S cts. 

$ cts. 

5.34,061 93 


.5.34,061 93 

143,885 30 
18,931 83 



162,817 13 


• 162,817 13 

389,217 04 
9,793 54 
80 16 



399,090 74 


399,090 74 

14,049 17 


14,049 17 

297,422 78 
19,497 38 

1,731 26 
200 00 


316,920 16 

1,931 26 

318,851 42 

1,626,944 29 
43,652 11 
140 89 

26 13 


1,670,737 29 

26 13 

1,670,763 42 

289,283 10 
2,290 51 
228,113 05 



519,686 66 


519,686 66 

84,966 96 
0 45 
497 67 
9 37 

1,686 88 



87,161 .33 


87,161 33 

.30,886 23 
29,642 24 
31,121 .36 
74 05 
11,481 97 
25,187 42 
26,231 89 



1.54,625 16 


1.54,625 16 

479,047 20 
39 67 
4 97 
86 09 
17,200 08 



496,378 01 


496,378 01 

6,444,363 68 
25,082 99 
133,085 77 

4.3.0. 53 17 

46.. 320 32 

76 27 

1,129 31 


6,691,982 20 

1,129 31 

6,693,111 51 


Remarks. 


Transferred 
Morrisburg 
June 1, 1917. 
No. 81502. 


from 

on 

File 


TRADE REPORT— PART 1 


69 


SESSIONAL PAPER No. 11 


No. 12. — Statement of Customs and other Revenues collected, etc. — Ontario — 

Continued. 

* 


Chief Port. 


Outports. 


Ingersoll 


Port Burwell 


Kenora. . 
Kingston 


Bath 

Collins Bay 

Wolfe Island 


Kitchener. . . 


Elmira 

New Hamburg 
Waterloo 


Lindsay 

London 

ParkhilL. 
• Strathroy 


Midland 


Penetanguishene . . . . 


Morrisburg 


Aultsville 

Iroquois 


Xapanee 


Niagara Falls 


Chippawa 
Niagara. . 
Queenston 


North Bay 


Cobalt 

Cochrane 

Haileybury 

South Porcupine 
Sturgeon Fall's. . 
Timagami 


Orillia 


Bracebridge . 
Burks Falls. 
Gravenhurst 
Huntsville. . 


Customs 

Duties. 

Other 

Revenues. 

Total 

Revenues. 

$ cts. 
140,208 74 
258,0.53 93 

$ cts. 

.? cts. 

.398,262 67 


398,262 67 

163,401 60 


163,401 60 

518,119 54 
138 03 
4 66 
1,346 93 

53 78 


519,609 16 

53 78 

519,662 94 

997,999 13 
25,252 27 
11,369 29 
142,720 62 



1,177,341 31 


1,177,341 31 

123,640 11 


123,640 11 

1,603,976 91 
5,506 72 
19,374 57 

970 19 


1,628,858 20 

970 19 

1,629,828 39 

121,254 22 
40,3.55 28 



161,609 50 


161,609 .50 

5,104 62 
3,8.36 10 
2,315 69 

488 92 




11,256 41 

488 92 

11,745 33 

222,882 56 


222,882 56 

1,277,767 50 
57,71.5 27 
2,650 15 
1 94 

3,. 328 5.3 


1,338,134 86 

.3,328 53 

1,. 341, 463 39 

158,051 32 
2.50, 180 91 
99,365 37 
74 74 
57,048 71 
45,414 42 
23 1.3 



610,158 60 


610,158 60 

93,412 25 
176,9.54 64 
Nil. 

Nil. 

13 09 



270,. 379 98 


270,379 98 

3,. 500, 569 94 


3,500,569 94 


Remarks. 


Transferred to Corn- 
wall on June 1 , 1917, 
file No. 81502. 


Oshawa 


70 


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9 GEORGE V, A. 1919 

No. 12, — Statement of Customs and other Revenues collected, etc. — Ontario — 

Continued. 


Chief 


Ottawa 


Port. 


Outports. 


Alexandria 

Almonte 

A nr prior 

Carleton Place 
Hawkesbury, . 

Pembroke 

Perth 

Renfrew 

Smith’s Falls.. 
Ville Marie . . . . 


Owen Sound 


Chesley ; 


Paris 


St. George. 


Parry Sound 


Byng Inlet 

Depot Harbour. . . 

French Riv'er 

Key Harbour 


Peterboro 
Picton.. . . 


Wellington 


Port Arthur 

Port Hope 

Port McNichol 

Pre.scott 

Cardinal. . 
Maitland.. 


St. Catharines 


Port Colborne 

Port Dalhousie, . . . 
Thorold. 


.\ylmer 

Port Stanley. 


Customs 

Duties. 

Other 

Revenues 

Total 

Revenues. 

S cts. 

1,621,963,42 
16,0.54 64 
48,564 74 
4,146 89 
38,965 80 
56,731 27 
44,469 68 
90,004 68 
89,369 71 
60,409 64 
774 48 

S cts. 

217 40 

$ cts. 

2,071,454 95 

217 40 

2,071,672 .35 

94,419 52 
as 76 

• 


94,. 503 28 


94,503 28 

174,443 .53 
2,116 00 



176,559 .53 


176,5.59 53 

145,799 .53 
269,099 12 
64,096 99 
842 59 
2,808 94 



482,647 17 


482,647 17 

815,1.32 43 


815,1.32 43 

111,137 78 
1,097 63 



112,235 41 


112,235 41 

863,677 57 

55 27 

863,7.32 84 

46,195 91 


46,195 91 

1,803 24 


1,803 24 

.544,271 90 
18,423 35 
8 15 

30 00 


562,703 40 

30 00 

562,7.33 40 

.580,281 00 
427,705 37 
18,924 05 
409,224 39 

34 75 
95 95 


1,436,1.34 81 

1.30 70 

1,4.36,265 51 

349,293 64 
127,049 39 
28,567 77 

12 50 


.504,910 80 

12 .50 

504,92.3 30 


Remarks. 


St. Thomas 


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Continued. 



. 

Customs 

Other 

Total 


Chief Port. 

Outportrf. 

Duties. 

Revenues. 

Revenues. 

Remarks. 



S cts. 

S cts. 

S cts. 


Sarnia 


1,709,. 328 86 

224 21 




Courtright 

9,354 96 





Petrolia 

44,431 61 





Point Edward 

40,953 33 





Stag Island 

28 16 






1,804,096 92 

224 21 

1,804.321 13 


Sault Ste. Marie 


1,536, 153 82 

3,912 59 




Blind River 

2,577 88 




Bruce Mines 

6,006 13 





Cockburn Island. . . . 

562 80 





Cutler 

1,780 48 





Gore Bay 

956 73 





Little Current 

130,688 95 





Manitowaning 

20 61 


* 



Michipicoten HarbT 

12,270 40 





Providence 

29 11 





Richards Landing... 

52 59 





Thessalon 

2,572 34 






1,693,671 84 

3,912 .59 

1,697,584 43 


Simooe 


266,319 59 





Port Dover 

5,761 08 





Port Rowan 

1,721 25 



( 



273,801 92 


273,801 92 


Stratford 


237,975 41 





Hanover 

56,266 31 





Listowel 

144,811 68 





Mitchell 

18,761 85 





St. Mary’s 

48,204 77 





Wiarton 

3,890 69 






509,910 71 


.509,910 71 


Sudbury 


217,899 00 





Coniston 

48,698 81 





Copper Cliff 

73, 120 46 





Espanola 

32,015 14 






371,733 41 


.371,7.33 41 


Tillsonburg 


68,128 15 


68,128 15 


Toronto 


28,560, 184 44 

17,131 72 




Acton 

101,205 74 




Allis ton 

8,112 57 





Aurora & Newmar- 






ket 

164,. 573 88 





Bala 

Nil. 





Barrie 

38,598 36 


. 



Brampton 

72,434 70 





Georgetown 

.53,723 50 





Lake Joseph 

Nil. 





Markdale 

56 08 





Milton West 

23 31 





Orangeville 

146,082 84 





Point au Baril 

9 38 





Port Credit 

233,915 37 





.Streetsville 

.50,044 53 





West Toronto 

3,526,863 88 






.32,9.55,828 58 

17,131 72 

.32,972,960 .30 



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9 GEORGE V, A. 1919 

No. 12. — Statement of Customs and other Revenues collected, etc. — Ontario — 

Coyicluded. 


Chief Port. 


Outport.s. 


Customs 

Duties. 


Other 

Revenues 


Total 

Revenues. 


Remarks. 


Trenton 

Wallaceburg. 


Welland. 

Whitby.. 

Windsor. 


Woodstock. 


Port Lambton. 

Sombra 

Walpole Island. 


P-elle River. 
Sandwich... 
Walkerville. 


Norwich. 


Ontario, total. 


S cts. 
55,408 33 


cts. 


S cts. 
55,408 33 


1,209,900 27 
1,214 33 
1,780 54 
319 48 


1,213,214 62 


1,213,214 62 


1,422,811 52 


271 26 


1,423,082 78 


26,498 21 


26,498 21 


3,028,192 23 
24,4.39 88 
.56,987 63 
4,107,364 98 


3,1.34,55 
407 97 


r, 216, 984 72 


3,542,52 


7,220,527 24 


174,956 14 
20,154 12 


195,110 26 


195,110 26 


79,969,478 45 


37,795 17 


80,007,273 62 


MANITOBA. 


Brandon 


346,265 38 
2,481 52 
3,117 78 
1,.308 80 
604 32 

2. 145 00 
1,260 30 
4,087 86 

36 92 

7.145 58 
29,716 76 

584 4.3 

; 

3 93 

34 20 
54 63 


Emerson 

Bannerman 

Boissevain 

Carberrv 

Cartwright 

Deloraine 

Killarney 

Melita 

Oak Lake 

Souris 

Virden 

Waskada 

398,754 65 

92 76 

398,847 41 

65,788 80 

1,470 29 

67,259 09 

Gretna 


21,438 14 
2,208 15 



Portage la Prairie 

• 

1 

Haskett 

Birtle 

Dauphin 

Gladstone 

Minnedosa 

Neepawa 

Rapid City 

23,646 29 


23,646 29 

85,255 86 
414 26 
25,455 66 
100 80 
4,263 49 
8,269 54 
41 76 

314 50 


1 

123,801 37 

314 50 

124,115 87 


TRADE REPORT— PART I 


73 


SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 1 

No. 12. — Statement of Customs and other .Revenues collected, etc. — ^Manitoba 

Concluded. 


Chief Port. 

« 

Outports. 

Customs 

Duties. 

Other 

Revenues. 

Total 

Revenues. 

Remarks. 



S cts. 

$ cts. 

$ cts. 

• 

Winnipeg 


11,004,394 39 
1,777 02 
42 14 
2,887 69 
11,758,94 
36 81 
3,324 99 
4,622 71 
21,106 53 
11,026 21 
1,453 04 

8,980 26 




Crystal City 



i 

Manitou 

Morden 

Moose Factory 

Pilot Mound 

Selkirk 





Snowflake 

Sprague 

The Pas 

York Factory 

140 00 



i 


11,062,430 47 

9,120 26 

11,071,550 73 


i 

; 

Manitoba, total 

11,674,421 58 

10,997 81 

11,685,419 39 



. SASKATCHEWAN. 


Moose Jaw 


. 

Big Muddy 

East Forks 

East Poplar River. . 

Gull Lake 

Harlem Trail 

Maple Creek 

Swift Current 

Weyburn 

Willow Creek 

West Poplar River.. 


North Portal 


I 


Estevan 

Marienthal 

Carnduff 


Prince Albert 


Humboldt 
Melford.... 
Rosthern. . 


Regina 


Areola 

Northgate 

Broadview 

Fort Qu’Appelle 

Grenfell 

Indian Head.. . . 

'Moosomin 

iQu’Appelle 

Wapella 

Wolseley 

Yorkton 

Goshen 

Elmore 


381,870 27 
2,570 23 
470 62 
5,422 56 
12,188 91 
598 80 
15,641 50 
127,928 49 
78,471 00 
1,322 14 
6,739 07 

46 03 

140 00 
527 DO 

110 50 


633,223 59 

823 53 

634,047 12 

57,147 54 
63,718 09 
2,428 66 
252 67 

1,004 50 
1,581 37 
24 75 


123,546 96 

2,610 62 

126, 157 58 

40,390 58 
9,861 91 
4,038 26 
3, 195 54 

3 94 


57,486 29 

3 94 

57,490 23 

1,729,372 08 
84 38 
4,438 90 
.38 19 
187 78 
76 20 
219 32 
8,787 57 
116 79 
55 12 
79 71 
79,344 96 
892 30 
1,450 45 

1,883 98 


1,825,143 75 

1,883 98 
* 

1,827,027 73 


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No. 12. — Statement of Customs and other Revenues collected, etc. — 

Saskatchewan — Concluded. 


Chief Port. 

Outports. 

Customs 

Duties. 

Other 

Revenues. 

Total 

Revenues^ 

Remarks. 



S cts. 

1,079,634 35 
281 72 
86,664 36 

$ cts. 
697 43 

S cts. 



Battleford 

North Battleford. . . 
Saskatchewan, total 

1,166,580 43 

697 43 

1,167,277 86 

3,805,981 02 

6,019 50 

3,812,000 52 


ALBERTA. 


C algary 


Banff 

Banff, P.O. . 
Burdett .... 
Canmore . . . 
Claresholm. 

Field 

Glacier 

Lake Louise 
Red Deer. . . 


Edmonton 


•\thabaska Landing. 

Edson 

Grand Prairie 

Peace River Gros’ng 

Prince George 

Vegreville 

Vermilion 

Wainwright 

Wetaskiwin 


Lethbridge 


Blairmore 

Gardston 

Coutts 

MacLeod 

Pinhorn 

Twin Lakes 

Wild Horse 

Writing-on-Stone 


Medicine Hat 


Alberta, total 


2,124,773 24 
166 91 
294 09 
19,999 33 
66 29 
168 18 
Nil. 

7 18 
41 43 
43,691 30 

2,181 53 
392 50 


2,189,207 95 

2,574 03 

2,191,781 98 

975,113 50 
10 41 
27,287 69 
184 65 
142 30 
5,834 31 
23,0.53 38 
4,749 44 
12,611 42 
37,800 45 

322 20 


1,086,787 55 

322 20 

1,087,109 75 

4.34,208 69 
14,426 26 
10,865 74 

1,065 61 


64,639 52 
48,133 08 

50 00 


1,411 22 
2,434 85 
1,701 54 
23 35 

852 40 


577,844 25 

1,968 01 

579,812 26 

157,843 28 

8 09 

157,851 .37 

4,011,683 03 

4,872 33 

4,016,555 36 


75 


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SESSIONAL PAPER No. 11 

No. 12. — Statement of Customs and other Revenues collected, etc. 

» BRITISH COLUMBIA. 


Chief Port. 


Abbotsford. 


Cranbrook. 


Fernie. 


Grand Forks . 


Greenwood . 


Nanaimo. . 


Outports. 


Aldergrove. . . 
Huntingdon. . . 
Upper Sumas. 


Athalmer. . , 

Creston 

Fort Steele. 
Kingsgate . . 
Rykerts. . . . 


Flathead. 
Michel . . . 
Newgate . 
Roosville. 


Carson 

Cascade City. 
Phoenix 


Bridesville . . . 
Midway.* . . . . 
Myncaster. . . . 

Osyoos 

Penticton 

Princeton 

Similkameen . 


Alberni 

Chemainus 

Comox 

Courtney 

Cumberland 

Duncan’s Station . 

Ladysmith 

Ocean Falls 

Port Alberni 

Shushartie Bay 

Kildonan 

Union Bay 

Bamfield 


Customs 

Duties. 


$ cts. 

30,193 47 
5,319 42 
6,373 96 
364 75 


Other 

Revenues 


42,251 60 


48,227 98 
208 31 
225 71 
42 37 
9,542 71 
780 68 


59,027 76 


39,738 62 
540 27 
12,930 38 
10,725 08 
1,200 69 


65, 1.35 04 


27,529 01 
4,500 19 
879 86 
8,625 81 


41,5.34 87 


1,567 11 
1,363 54 
11,280 11 
1,299 13 
1,320 68 
11,133 12 
5,074 33 
11,544 68 


44,582 70 


89,950 60 
163 36 
1,138 31 
134 20 
312 76 
8,431 84 
2,997 31 
8,215 46 
359,712 50 
1,728 79 
4 35 
168 69 
7,576 36 
137 95 


480,672 48 


S cts. 
669 56 


669 56 


47 50 


47 50 


6 88 
879 58 

7 95 


894 41 


Total 

Revenues. 


75 95 


2 93 


78 88 


$ cts 


42,921 16 


59,027 76 


65,135 04 


41,582 37 


45,477 11 


480,751 36 


Remarks. 


Transferred from 
Victoria, June 1, 
1917, File No. 85965. 




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No. 12. — Statement of Customs and other Revenues collected, etc. — British 

Columbia — Continued. 


Chief Port. 

Outports. 

Customs 

Duties. 

Other 

Revenues. 

Total 

Revenues. 

Remarks. 


• 

* $ cts. 

$ cts. 

$ cts. 


Nelson 


88,599 80 
4,669 55 
9,892 76 

5 00 




Kaslo 




Wancta 











103,162 11 

5 00 

103,167 11 


Wpstminstpr 


226,651 16 
684 32 

694 66 




Chilliwack 




Donp^las 

3,066 04 
1,047 71 
5,714 23 
4,924 13 
60,200 95 

6 90 




Tjadner 




Pacific Highway... . 
Stpvpst.on 

316 35 




White Rock 

327 55 









302,288 .54 

1,.345 46 

303,634 00 


Prince Rupert 


137,459 94 
35,845 35 
266 21 
14 75 
234 29 
39 20 
566 93 
45 15 
847 93 
20 70 

Nil. 

664 52 




A ny ox 




Hazelton 

Massel Inlet 

Avondale 

Port Essington 

Port Simpson 

Stewart 

Stickeen . T 

Telegraph Creek. . . . 
Butedale 

• 





175,340 45 

664 52 

176,004 97 


Revelstoke 


18,216 53 
327 43 
9,390 09 
74 36 
135 64 
229 35 
13,451 89 
20,099 .50 
8,677 57 
633 99 
.509 18 
208 05 
287 71 
18,460 79 

• 




Armstrong 





Ashcroft 

Barkerville 

Clinton 

Enderby 

Golden 



- 


Kamloops 

Kelowna 

Merritt 

150 Mile House 

Quesnel 

Summerland 

Vernon 

200 00 
150 00 



% 


90,702 08 

350 00 

91,052 08 


Rossland 


15,275 49 
908 16 
68,526 50 





Paterson 

Trail 






84,710 15 


84,710 15 






Vancouver 


7,470,703 20 
462 13 
90 88 
70 98 
5 77 
92,213 97 
2,632 02 

38,. 565 15 
400 00 




Alert Ba 5 ’ 

Bella Coola 

Lillooet 

Newport 

Powell River 

Brittania Beach 





7,. 566, 178 95 

38,965 15 

7,605,144 10 

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No. 12. — Statement of Customs and other Revenues collected, etc. — British 

. Columbia — Concluded. 


Chief Port. 

Outports. 

Customs 

Duties. 

Other 

Revenues. 

Total 

Revenues. 

Remarks. 



S cts. 

S cts. 

? cts. 


Victoria 


976,2.56 62 
4.3 18 

2‘” 04 




Bam field 



Transferred to 
Nanaimo on June 
1, 1917. File No. 
8.5965. 






Tofino 

Ganges 

Port Renfrew 

2,882 78 
2.53 96 
8,. 524 48 
116 83 
182,486 51 





Quatsino 

.Sidney 



» 








1,170,. 564 36 

222 04 

1,170,786 40 



British Columbia 
total 

10,226,151 09 

43,242 52 

10,269,393 61 

■ 





YUKON. 


Dawson . 


White Horse. 


Forty Mile 

Herschel Island. 
Rampart House. 


Atlin 

Carcro.ss 

White Pass. 


j Yukon, total. 


84, .309 19 
158 65 
3,961 07 
648 99 

6, 1.50 00 


89,077 90 

6, 1.50 00 

95,227 90 

18,628 18 
465 85 
8,219 88 
1,620 44 



28,9.34 35 


28,9.34 .35 

118,012 25 

6,150 00 

124,162 25 


RECAPIT ULATIO X . 


Province. 


Customs 

Duties. 


Other 

Revenues. 


Total 

Revenues. 


-? cts. 


§ cts. 


cts. 


Nova Scotia 

P. E. Island 

New Brunswick. . 

Quebec 

Ontario 

Manitoba 

Saskatchewan 

Alberta 

British Columbia 
Yukon 


Grand totals 


4,. 378, 192 64 
129,. 560 16 
4,294,106 4.3 
42,980,392 76 
79,969,478 4.5 
11,674,421 58 
3,805,981 02 
4,011,683 03 
10,226,151 09 
118,012 25 


6,005 

06 

4,384,197 

70 

40 

.31 

129,600 

47 

3,701 

89 

4,297,808 

32 

35,894 

74 

43,016,287 

.50 

37,795 

17 

80,007,273 

62 

10,997 

81 

11,685,419 

39 

6,019 

50 

3,812,000 

52 

4,872 

33 

4,016,555 

36 

4.3,242 

52 

10,269,393 

61 

6, 1.50 

00 

124,162 

25 


161 ,.587, 979 41 


1.54,719 3.3 


161,742,698 74 


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84 


CUST 0 M S D E PA R TM ES T 


9 GEORGE V, A. 1919 


No. 13. — Free Goods. 

COMPARATIVE AND BRITISH EMPIRE. 


Articles. 


FREE GOODS. 


Entered for 
Home Consumption. 


Entered for Home Con- 
sumption during the 
twelve months ending 
March 31, 1918. 


Twelve 
months end- 
ing March 
31, 1917. 


Twelve 
months end- 
ing March 
31, 1918. 


F rom 
British 
Empire. 


From 

other 

Countries. 


Value. 


Value. 


Value. 


Value. 


$ 


PRODUCE OF THE MINE. 


Clay _ 

Coal, anthracite 

Gravel and sand 

Minerals 

Ores 

Diamonds, unset, diamond dust, etc 

Salt 

Whiting 

Other articles 

Total, mine 

THE FISHERIES. 


304,847 

742,847 

22,806,1.56 

28,047,226 

192,943 

.315,700 

1,619,063 

2, 127,224 

2,416,067 

2,763,157 

1,492,418 

1,366,725 

.5.56, 136 

8.57,. 360 

148,738 

188,9.53 

6.50,484 

582,317 

.30,186,8.52 

.36, 991,. 509 


56,851 

685,996 

25,598 

28,021,628 

94 

315,606 

1,528 

2,125,696 


2,763,1.57 

1,240,955 

125,770 

667,343 

190,017 

108,602 

80,351 

190,005 

392,312 

2,290,976 

34,700,5.33 


Fish from Newfoundland 

Fish-oil from Newfoundland.. 
Other articles 

Total, fisheries. . . 


THE FOREST. 


818,613 

185,679 

124,476 


1,128,768 


1,262,. 523 
485,478 
1.36,040 


1,884,041 


1,262,523 

485,478 

18,227 117,813 


1,766,228 117,813 


Cork wood 

Ivory nuts (vegetable) 

Fence posts and railroad ties. 

Logs and round, unmanufactured timber. 
Lumber and timber, planks, boards, etc 
Other articles 


Total, forest 


ANIM.\L8 AND THEIR PRODUCE. 


18,247 

73,399 

808,641 

598,417 

4,. 5.37, 8.39 7, 

645,608 


6,682,151 9, 


24,393 

.52,740 


111 


996,500 

564,540 


174,9.35 

708,201 


6,467 


7, 


.521,. 309 


6,578 


9, 


24,282 
.52,740 
996,. 500 
564,540 
168,468 
708,201 


514,731 


Animals for improvement of stock 
Animals, for exhibition purposes. . . 

Bristles 

Fur skins not dressed 

Grease 

Hides and skins, undressed 

Pelts, raw 

Silk, raw 

Wool 

Other articles 


442,720 


202,2.50 
2,288,766 
841,. 555 
12,8.58,016 
5,828 
6.53,535 
6,224,967 
743,097 


8,58,832 
1, 120,084 
240,32.3 
2,894,365 
1,854,871 
8,774,378 
19,891 
909,164 
6, 167,. 345 
1,069,915 


181,919 


56,794 

107,369 

379,853 

1,566,553 


4,520,948 

76,818 


676,913 

1,120,084 

183,529 

2,786,996 

1,475,018 

7,207,825 

19,891 

909,164 

1,646,397 

993,097 


Total, animals and their produce. 


24,260,734 


23,909,168 


6,890,2.54 


17,018,914 


AGRICt'LTURAL PRODUCTS. 


Broom Corn 

Cocoa beans, not roasted, crushed, or ground 

Cotton wool or raw cotton, not dyed 

Fibre, Mexican and vegetable 

Fruit, green 

Hemp 


449. 1.37 

746.6.38 
13, 096,. 542 

198,718 

7,6.36,383 

165,745 


.851,933 
626,. 589 
20,749,774 
24.3,044 
8,978,494 
723,916 


626,589 


2.3,009 

40,861 

603,179 


851,933 


20,749,774 

220,035 

8,937,6.33 

120,737 


TRADE REPORT— FART I 


85 


SESSIONAL PAPER No. 11 

No. 13.- — Free Goods — Continued. 


Articles. 


Free Goods — Agricultural Products — Con. 

Indian corn 

Manilla grass 

Rice, uncleaned, unhulled, or paddy 

Seeds 

Tobacco (for excise) 

Other articles 

Total, agricultural products 


MANUFACTURED AND PARTIALLY MANUFACTURED 
ARTICLES. 

Artificial teeth, not mounted 

Asphaltum or asphalt 

Bells for churches 

Binder twine 

Books, maps, etc 

Brick, fire, of a class or kind not made in Canada, 

n.o.p 

Coke 

Drugs, dyes, chemicals, and medicines 

Fish hooks, nets, seines, etc 

Jute cloth, yarn, and canvas 

Metals, viz: — 

Brass 

Copper 

Iron and steel 

Tin 

Zinc 

^ Other (items made up of more than one metal) . . 

Molasses 

Newspapers and magazines 

Noils 

Oil cake and meal, cotton seed cake and meal, palm 

nut cake and meal 

Oil, cocoanut and palm 

Oil, crude cotton seed for manufacture of refined 

cotton seed oil 

Oil, gasolene, under -725 specific gravity 

Rags 

Resin or rosin 

Rubber, etc 

Surgical and dental instruments, operating tables, etc. 

Turpentine, crude and spirits of 

Yarns, n.o.p 

Other Articles 

Total, manufactures 


MISCELLANEOUS. 

Articles, Canadian, returned within five years 

Articles for Army and Navy 

Articles, Ex-Warehoused, for ships’ stores 

Models of inventions. 

Paintings in oil and water colours 


Entered for 
Home Consumption. 

Entered for Home Con- 
sumption during the 
twelve months ending 
March 31, 1918. 

T welve 

T welve 



months end- 

months end- 

From 

From 

ing March 

ing March 

British 

other 

31,1917. 

31, 1918. 

Empire. 

Countries. 

Value. 

Value. 

Value. 

Value. 

.? 

$ 

S 

.$ 

9,159,616 

7,397,566 

9,238 

7,388,328 

2,987,332 

7,62.3,671 

170,730 

7,452,941 

1,285,194 

1,485,001 

860,126 

624,875 

270,860 

200,971 

112,310 

88,661 

5,029,355 

6,6.34,948 

4,895 

6,630,053 

547,028 

1,251,168 

127,167 

1,124,001 

41,572,548 

56,767,075 

2,578,104 

54,188,971 

232,549 

243,408 

5,323 

2.38,085 

4.57,094 

363,221 

505 

362,716 

33,235 

29,975 


29,975 

6,890,269 

8,593,238 


8,593,238 

1,002,396 

981,189 

282.450 

698,739 

1,271,973 

2,241,449 

135,925 

2, 105,. 524 

2,686,881 

7,154,014 


7,154,014 

20,180,684 

17,561,185 

2,180,223 

15,380,962 

1,7.58,670 

2,165,769 

986,246 

1,179,523 

1,264,979 

1,194,913 

766,065 

428,848 

2,036,640 

1,286,485 

18,901 

1,267,584 

8,320,567 

8,247,449 

15,210 

8,232,239 

16,690,890 

24,429,507 

2,432,399 

21,997,108 

1,762,446 

2,111,044 

1,969,486 

141,558 

2,054,046 

1,916,570 

652 

1,915,918 

7,935,404 

11,142,65.3 

146,657 

10,995,996 

1,800,8.33 

1,969,356 

1,969,356 


1,505,586 

1,709,. 364 

38,935 

1,670,429 

2,988,177 

4,418,854 

3,882,410 

536,444 

.303,144 

475,041 


475,041 

1,078,928 

2,466,759 

420,178 

2,046,581 

2,943,041 

5,366,253 

- 

5,. 366, 25.3 

3,320,498 

2,989,796 

662 

2,989,134 

1,975,997 

1,626,976 

69,774 

1,557,202 

6.59,228 

702,431 


702,431 

7,749,400 

8,6.33,928 

3,879,324 

4,7.54,604 

490,719 

666,705 

11,645 

655, 060 

504,635 

.508,233 

113 

.508,120 

2,498,598 

2,961,741 

1,963,209 

998,532 

6,516,935 

8,120,206 

1,187,724 

6,932,482 

108, 914,. 502 

132,277,712 

22,. 363, 372 

109,914,340 

1,1.55,2.59 

2,4.35,3.59 

952,224 

1,48.3,135 

149,9.30,1.39 

130,773,475 

1,159,322 

129,614 153 

1,, 595, 81 7 

2,928,483 

165,126 

2, 763,. 357 

.34,602 

61,823 

55 

61 , 768 

137,404 

242,311 

.33,092 

209,210 


T 

^ i 


86 


CUSTOMS DEC A R TM EXT 


9 GEORGE V, A. 1919 

No. 13. — Free Goods— Concluded. 


-Articles. 

Entered for 
Home Consumption. 

Entered for Home 
Consumption during the 
twelve months ending 
March 31, 1918. 

T welve 
months end- 
ing Alarch 
31, 1917. 

T welve 
months end- 
ing March 
31, 1918. 

From 

British 

Empire. 

From 

Other 

Countries. 

A'alue. 

A'alue. 

A'alue. 

A'alue. 

Free Goods— Miscellaneous — Con. 

$ 

5,085,240 

7,905,267 

5,0.33,414 

$ 

6,367,291 

13,556,9.52 

2,485,716 

$ 

235,. 567 
9,131,115 
61,716 

S 

6,131,724 

4,425,837 

2,424,000 

Tea, (see dutiable goods.) 

Other, free articles 

Total, miscellaneous 

Grand total free goods, merchandise 

Recapitulation. 

Produce of the mine 

The fisheries 

170,877,142 

1.58,851,410 

11,738,217 

147,11.3,193 

383,622,697 

420,202 224 

47,633,729 

.372,. 568, 495 

30,186,8.52 
1,128,768 
6,682,151 
24,260,734 
41,572,548 
108, 914,. 502 
170,877,142 

36, 991,. 509 
1,884,041 
9, 521,. 309 
23,909,168 
56,767,075 
132,277,712 
1.58,851,410 

2,290,976 

1,766,228 

6,578 

6,890,2.54 

2,578,104 

22,363,372 

11,738,217 

34, 700,. 5.33 
117,81.3 
9,514,731 
17,018,914 
54,188,971 
109, 914, .340 
147,113,193 

The forest . 

Animals and their produce 

-Agricultural products 

Manufactured and partially manufactured articles. .. . 
Miscellaneous articles 

Total merchandise 

Grand total, free goods 

Grand total, dutiable goods 

Grand total, dutiable and free goods, 
merchandise 

3.83,622,697 

420,202,224 

il,Q33,729 

3 72,. 568, 495 

.383,622 697 
461,7.33 609 

420,202 224 
.542, 341,. 522 

47,633,729 

80,421,642 

372,. 568, 495 
461,919,880 

845,356,306 

962,. 543, 746 

128, 0.55,. 371 

834,488,375 


TRADE REPORT— PART I 


87 


SESSIONAL PAPER No. 11 

No. 14. — Statement showing the Value of Goods Exported from Canada during 
the Twelve Months ended March 31, 1917 and 1918, respectively; the Value 
of Goods exported to countries embraced in the “ British Empire,” and to 
“ All Other Countries ” during the twelve Months ended IMarch 31, 1918. 

COMPARATIVE AND BRITISH EMPIRE. 


Articles. 

Twelve 
months 
ending 
March 
31, 1917. 

Twelve 
months 
ending 
March 
.31, 1918. 

Twelve months 
ending March 
31, 1918. 

British 

Empire. 

All other 
Countries. 

Value. 

Value. 

Value. 

Value. 

EXPORTS. 

S 

• 

V 

$ 


THE MINE. 





Arsenic. 

209,484 

549,261 


.549 ‘>61 

Asbestos 

4,141,968 

5,. 3.31,. 593 

650,095 

4,68L498 

Asbestos sand and waste. 

313,642 

.361,. 560 

6,065 

355,495 

Coal 

6,909,817 

8,863,682 

2,316,225 

6,. 54 7^457 

Cobalt 

1,063,312 

1,470,071 

565,093 

904,978 

Chromite (chromic iron) 

178,244 

327,441 


3’7,441 

Corundum 

16,703 

23,294 

302 

22,992 

T'plspar, ma.crnpsihp. tnlr*. etc 

371,. 5.56 

81,048 


81 048 

Gold-bearing quartz, dust, nuggets, etc 

19,671,026 

13,688,700 

4,186 

13,686,514 

rrypsiim nr plnster — oriiHo.. . . 

2.56,366 

220,468 


220 468 

Metals, contained in ore, etc 

48,764,206 

38,895,163 

12,. 598, 293 

26,296,870 

Mica 

4.32,593 

456,671 

5,673 

450,998 

Mineral pigment, iron oxides, ochres, etc 

24,432 

25,119 

235 

24,. 884 

IMineral water, natural, not in bottles 

23 

14 


14 

ilineral wax 

269,938 

347,642 

92,277 

255 , 365 

Oils 

70,862 

1,585,970 

1,. 561,. 3.59 

24,611 

Ores 

2,008,488 

1,440,886 

20,706 

1,420,180 

Phosphates 

232 





10,. 3.34 

3,640 


3,640 

Pyrites 

5.36,014 

974,715 


974,715 

Salt. 

42,966 

171,819 

82,716 

.89, 10.3 

Sn.nH n.nH Crravpl . . 

.392,032 

284,. 351 


284,351 

Stone.. 

137,673 

120,414 


120,414 

Other articles of the mine 

14,510 

465,353 

862 

464,491 

Total, mine 

85,836,421 

75,688,875 

17,904,087 

57, 784,788 

THE FISHERIES. 





Fish 

24,694,784 

32,199,642 

9,152,669 

23,046,97.3 

Fish oil 

460,406 

811,807 

26,345 

785,462 

Furs or skins, the produce of fish or marine 





animals 

43,497 

49,609 

1,5.34 

48,075 

Other articles of the fisheries 

120,068 

160,117 

17,259 

142,8.58 

Total, fisheries 

25,318,755 

33,221,175 

9,197,807 

24,023,368 

THE FOREST. 





Ashes 

42,970 

70,. 583 

21,010 

49,573 

Rnrlc for tanning 

7,248 

615 


615 

Firewood 

42,872 

71,749 

12 

71,737 

TCnpps And fiit.tnpic.s 

39,356 

85,066 


85,066 


3,650 



Logs 

826,211 

826,098 

93,185 

732,91.3 

Lumber 

47,586,148 

41,593,340 

5,2.54,223 

36,339,117 


367 

1 1 , 553 


11,553 

Masts and spars 

7,086 

30,869 

17,398 

13,471 

Piling 

159,145 

137,217 

1,758 

135,459 

Poles, hop, hoop, telegraph and other 

168,240 

172,716 

402 

172,314 

Posts, sleepers and railroad ties 

238,635 

175,675 

8,772 

166,903 

Shingle bolts, of pine or cedar 

19,900 

9,150 


9,150 


88 


CUSTOMS DF.PARTMEXT 


9 GEORGE V, A. 1919 

No. 14 . — Statement showing the Value of Goods Exported from Canada — 

Continued. 


Ai’ticles. 


Exports — The Forest — Con. 

Timber, square 

Wood, blocks and other, for pulp 

Other articles of the forest 

Total, forest 


AXIMALS AXD THEIR PRODTCE. 

Animals, living 

Bones 

Butter 

Casein 

Cheese. 

Cream, fresh 

Milk, fresh 

Cream and milk, condensed, canned or pre- 
served 

Eggs 

Furs 

Grease and grease scraps 

Glue stock 

Hair 

Hides and skins, other than fur 

Horns and hoofs 

Honey 

Lard 

Meats 

Oil, Neat’s foot and other animal, n.o.p 

Sausage casings 

Sheep pelts 

Tails 

Tallow 

Wool 

Other articles of the animals 

Total, animals and their produce 


AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTS. 


Balsam 

Cider 

k'lax fibre and flax tow 

Fruits 

Grain 

Bran, mill feed, etc 

Flour and Meal 

Cereal foods, prepared, of ail kinds 

Hay 

Hemp 

Hops 

Malt 

Maple sugar 

Maple S 5 ^rup 

Nuts 

Seeds 

Straw 


T welve 
months 
ending 
March 
.31, 1917. 

T welve 
months 
ending 
M arch 
31, 1918. 

Twelve months 
ending March 
31, 1918. 

British 

Empire. 

All other 
Countries. 

Value. 

Value. 

Value. 

Value. 

S 

8 

iS 

$ 

786, 687 

421,116 

367,670 

53,446 

6,448,189 

8,. 339, 278 


8,339,278 

18,596 

15,324 


15,324 

56, 395, 300 

51,960,349 

5,764,4.30 

46,195,919 

15,. 388, 731 

24,171,172 

4,425,271 

19,745,901 

124,796 

198,531 


198,531 

2,640,331 

2,042,479 

1,726,924 

315,555 

5,196 

2,634 


2,634 

38,346,909 

36,630,119 

36,594,171 

35,948 

777,771 

666,401 


666,401 

130,492 

241 , 527 


241,527 

1,373,779 

4,957,711 

1,841,152 

3, 116,559 

3,480,911 

3,283,975 

2,963,991 

319,984 

5,807,158 

8,696,227 

1,708,319 

6,987,908 

55,741 

84,014 

325 

83,689 

60, 144 

95,822 


95,822 

333,578 

2.5.3,085 

39 

253,046 

6,758,342 

8,219,159 

12.3,588 

8,095,571 

12,847 

21,049 


21,049 

1,808 

13,012 

108 

12,904 

285,408 

528,786 

492,003 

36,78.3 

55,856,832 

80,4.31,720 

67,588,885 

12,842,835 

192,447 

184,634 

97,041 

87,593 

.398,209 

613.425 

299,059 

314,366 

402,043 

740, 188 


740, 188 

14,3.34 

7,126 


7,126 

4,991 

1,198 

1,161 

37 

2,595,488 

7,152,496 

34,396 

7,118,100 

264,524 

6.31,678 

274 

6.31,404 

135,312,810 

179,868,168 

117,896,707 

61,971,461 

5,612 

9,288 

5,331 

3,957 

38 

1,163 

1,088 

75 

277,149 

.370,241 


370,271 

2,949,259 

1,199,865 

641,914 

557, 951 

296,701,024 

42.3,998,204 

.343,109,330 

80,888,874 

1,812,235 

5,. 394, 1.30 

189,087 

5,205,043 

48,058,226 

98, 187, 124 

73,702,711 

24,484,413 

1,647,239 

1,498,613 

1,002,948 

495, 665 

4,267,590 

5,074,009 

589, 627 

4,484,382 

8, 7.58 

144,958 

78 

144,880 

107,90.3 

2,086 


2,086 

123,305 

.326,988 

51,621 

275,367 

298,542 

525, 736 

15, 607 

510,129 

12,124 

16,118 

4,355 

11,763 

13,.%4 

16,114 

155 

15,959 

12,063,108 

21,593,815 

820,687 

20,773,128 

47,788 

61,920 

31.3 

61,607 


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No. 14. — Statement showing the Value of Goods Exported from Canada — 

Continued. 


.\rticles. 

T welve 
months 
ending 

T welve 
months 
ending 
March 
31, 1918. 

Twelve months 
ending March 
31, 1918. 

31, 1917. 

British 

Empire. 

All other 
Countries. 


Value. 

Value. 

Value. 

Value. 

Exports — Agricvltvral Prodvcts — Con. 

$ 

% 

% 

s 

Tobacco, leaf 

198,. 337 

212,253 

12,679 

199,574 

Trees, shrubs and plants 

37,294 

28,825 

1,644 

27, 181 

Vegetables 

12,149,651 

19,072,456 

3,630,895 

15,441,561 

Other articles of agriculture 

85,724 

16,444 

283 

16,161 

Total, agricultural products 

380,864,770 

577,750, 350 

423,780,353 

153,969,997 

M A X U F ACT U R E S . 





Agricultural implements and machines 

4,167,866 

5,106,981 

.3,490,409 

1 , 616, 572 

Asbestos, manufactures of 

11,143 

63,185 

40,621 

22^564 

Aeroplanes and parts 


6,064,801 

169,797 

5,895,004 

Artificial abrasives 


1,640,734 

1,062 

1,639,672 

Baking powders'. 

23,537 

38,612 

.38,513 

99 

Binder twine 

1,186,870 

1,286,555 

20,200 

1,266,355 

Books, pamphlets, maps, etc 

461,557 

515,149 

74,600 

440,549 

Biscuits and bread 

36,390 

.569,770 

501 , 565 

68,205 

Bricks 

16,704 

22,822 

39,371 

18,070 

39,371 

838 

Brooms and whisks 

17,232 

Brushes of all kinds 

106,464 

63,743 

56,737 

7,006 

Buttons 

21,857 

26,430 

14,555 

11,875 

Candles 

757 

13,296 

4,763 

8,533 

Cartridges, gun, rifle and pistol 

Charcoal 

240,483,381 
50. 277 

351,. 538, 984 
14,060 
19,192 

235,464,726 

116,074,258 

14,060 

9,448 

Cement 

4,147 

9,744 

Cinders 

1 839 

9,262 

77,073 

9.262 
75, 54.5 

Clay, manufactures of 

69,969 

1,528 

Clothing and wearing apparel 

6,465,683 

9,887,857 

2,660,160 

7,227,697 

Coke. r. 

180,019 

16.5,908 

201 

165, 707 

Confectionery 

114,027 

577,572 

400,397 

177, 175 

Cordage, ropes and twine 

124,233 

198,192 

105,723 

92,469 

Cotton fabrics 

280,924 

2,005,099 

269,774 

1,735,325 

Cottons, all other 

412,137 

8.34,881 

89,808 

745,07.3 

Cotton, waste 

7,279 

14,877 

4,16.3 

10,714 

Cream separators 

95,869 

122,744 

10, 106 

112,638 

Drugs, chemicals and medicines 

9,619,248 

14,113,748 

2,500,213 

11, 613,. 535 

Earthenware and all manufactures of 

12,489 

21,031 

7,269 

13,762 

Electrical apparatus 

1,578,525 

2,557,62.3 

347,974 

2,209,649 

Electrotypes and stereotj'pes 

14,443 

36,214 

72 

■ 36,142 

Extract of hemlock bark 

51,150 

19,686 

19,686 

Explosives and fulminates, n.o.p 

40,997,408 

35,114,812 

25,864,470 

9,2.50,342 

Felt, manufactures of 

19,388 

44,737 

17,06.3 

27,674 

Fertilizers 

Films for photographers’ use and for moving 

3,372,216 

243,415 

11,740 

231,675 

pictures 

131,617 

215,517 

48,321 

167,196 

Fur, manufactures of 

45,773 

46,579 

7,54.3 

.39,036 

Gasoline engines and parts 

232,549 

245,994 

159,0.38 

86,956 

Gasoline launches 

15,154,926 

370,171 

360, 275 

9.896 

Glass and glassware, n.o.p 

185,714 

75,882 

31,687 

44. 195 

Grindstones, manufactured 

36,646 

.30,788 

5,515 

25. 273 

Groceries of all kinds, n.o.p 

79,922 

175,955 

57,018 

118,937 

Guns, rifles and firearms of all kinds 

2,993,348 

1,678,1.33 

1,220,280 

4.57,853 

Gypsum or plaster, ground 

183,062 

105,016 

3,339 

101,677 

Hats and caps 

244,610 

263,006 

153,10.3 

109,90.3 

Household effects, n.o.p 

4,314,733 

3,474,046 

103,777 

3,370,269 

Indian work 

1.58,490 

143,475 

18 

143,457 

India-rubber, manufactures of 

2, 730, 556 

5,827,360 

2,108,321 

3,719,039 

Iron and steel and manufactures of 

43,718,752 

42,963,258 

14,311,695 

28.651,563 

Jewellery of all kinds, n.o.p 

222,773 

249,597 

63,020 

186, 577 

Jeweller’s sweepings 

243,621 

287,. 587 

14,258 

273,299 


90 


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9 GEORGE V, A. 1919 

No. 14. — Statement show'ing the Value of Goods Exported from Canada — 

Continued. 


Articles. 

T welve 
months 
ending ' 
March 
31, 1917. 

T welve 
months 
ending 
March 
31, 1918. 

Twelve months 
ending March 
31, 1918. 

British 

Empire. 

All other 
Countries. 


Value. 

Value. 

Value. 

Value. 

Exports — M.\xufactures — Con . 

.$ 

S 

S 

$ 

Junk, except metallic and rubber 

77,824 

79,219 

4 

79,215 

Lamps and lanterns 

.39, 185 

102,499 

78,638 

23,861 

Leather and manufactures of 

7,610,415 

11, 230, .361 

1,8.35,002 

9,395,3.59 

Lead in pigs, etc 

300 

4.55, 789 

226 

4.55,563 

Lime 

84,. 3.58 

72,781 

806 

71,975 

Liquors •. . . 

2,699,149 

3,113,190 

724,692 

2,. 388, 498 

Metals 

18,103,3.39 

32,788,101 

10,089, 144 

22,698,957 

Mineral and aerated waters in bottles 

4,191 

17,4.53 

9,442 

8,011 

Molasses 

10, 197 

6,375 

5,537 

838 

Musical instruments 

312,407 

348,371 

170,805 

177,566 

Oil cake 

451,766 

268,718 

208,763 

59, 955 

Oilcloths, all kinds 

14,237 

41,815 

39,928 

1,887 

Oil, creosote 

245,691 

205,780 

110 

205,670 


1,210,135 

934,09.3 

71,699 

862,. 394 

Packages of all kinds, empty, n.o.p 

785,246 

778,318 

7.3,8.59 

704,459 

Paper and manufactures of 

26,107,824 

37,742,697 

4,416,37.3 

33,326,324 

Paints and varnishes of all kinds 

1,0.33,2.33 

766,628 

589, 702 

176,926 

Paintings 

431.099 

178,941 

626 

178,315 

Photographs 

12,860 

25,610 

656 

24,9.54 

Philosophical and scientific apparatus and 





instruments 

312, 5.55 

680,421 

399,0.39 

281,. 382 

Plumbago, manufactures of 

3.55 . 064 

.372,410 

890 

.371,520 

Rags and waste 

640,. 5.54 

638,174 

9,198 

628,976 

Sails, awnings, tents and tarpaulins 

26,. 5.58 

671,1.30 

107, 3.36 

.563,794 

Ships, sold to other countries 

624,966 

9,760,854 

2,876,3.50 

6,884,504 

Silk and manufactures of 

72,470 

108,961 

12,836 

96, 125 

Soap 

58, 752 

65, 108 

62, 758 

2,. 350 

Sporting goods, n.o.p 

93,609 

106, 788 

20,896 

85, 892 

Starch 

66, 9.39 

93,668 

9,41.3 

84, 255 

Stationerv 

113,511 

1.35, 129 

86,605 

48,524 

Stone, of all kinds, dressed 

2,687 

2,180 

1,7.57 

423 

Sugar of all kinds, n.o.p 

Sugar house svrup 

3,. 502, 0.32 
11,491 
.52,697 

8,983,072 

3,5.32,667 

5,450,405 


47,202 

9,294 

37,908 

Tin, manufactures of 

107,087 

678,643 

10,8.54 

295,6.39 

28,774 
1,. 390, 217 
10,4.53 

266,865 
277,0.56 
2, 1.5.3 

Tobacco and manufactures of ' 

1,667,27.3 

12,606 

Trunks and valises 

Vehicles 

17, 0.55, .522 

22,919,609 

5, 756, 668 

17,162,941 

Wood and manufactures of 

21,445,168 

26,525,451 

2,346,1.54 

24,179,297 

M oollens 

804,247 

8,964,041 

358, 169 

8,605,872 

Other articles of manufacture 

1,356, 194 

417,947 

89,080 

328,867 

Total, manufactures 

487,312,766 

660,840,4.30 

.326.286,675 

334,553,7.55 

MISCELL.AXEOCS .ARTICLES. 





Contractors’ outfits 

367,044 

990,4.56 

.32 

990,424 

Coffee 

.55,629 

11, 149 

4,708 

6,441 

Fruits, dried, n.o.n 

Ice 

28,067 

10,2.52 

.54,520 

27,116 

241,83.3 

2,091 

52,429 
27 116 

Menageries, etc 

176,185 

6,131 

327,540 

Rice 

1.50, 726 

374,8.52 

47,312 

235,702 

Rice meal 

141,754 

125,. 376 

46,. 380 

78,996 


1,0.36,202 

970,. 3.58 

98,926 

871,4.32 

Other miscellaneous articles 

6,204,409 

4,044,7.85 

3,884,392 

160,. 393 

Total, miscellaneous 

8,170,278 

6,840,445 

4,089,972 

2,7.50,473 

Grand total, exports, merchandse. . . . 

1,179,211,100 

1,. 586, 169,792 

904,920,0.31 

681,249,761 


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No. 14. — Statement showing the Value of Goods Exported from Canada — 

Concluded. 



T welve 
months 
ending 
March 
31, 1917. 

T welve 
months 
ending 
March 
31, 1918. 

Twelve months 
ending March 
31, 1918. 

British 

Empire. 

All other 
Countries. 

Value. 

Value. 

Value. 

Value. 

RECAPITULATION. 

The mine 

1 

8.5,8.36,421 
25,318,7.55 
56,. 395, 300 
135,312,810 
380,864,770 
487,312,766 
8,170,278 

S 

75,688,875 
33,221,175 
51,960,349 
179,868,168 
577, 7.50, 350 
660,840,430 
6,840,445 

S 

17,904,087 

9,197,807 

5,764,430 

117,896,707 

423,780,35.3 

326,286,675 

4,089,972 

$ 

57,784,788 
24,023,368 
46, 195,919 
61,971,461 
1.53,969,997 
3.34,5.5.3,75.5 
2,7.50,473 

The fisheries 

The forest 

Animals and their produce 

■Agricultural products 

Manufactures 

IVr ispp]laneoiTS articles . . 

Grand total, exports, merchandise... . 

1,179,211,100 

1,586, 169,792 

904,920,031 

681,249,761 


92 


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9 GEORGE V, A. 1919 

15 — Statement sho\ving the Total Value of Imports entered for Home 
Consumption and Exports of the Dominion of Canada, from and to each 
Country, during the twelve months ended March 31, 1918. 


Countries. 


British Empire. 


United Kingdom 

Aden 

Australia 

Bermuda 

British East Africa 

“ South Africa 

“ West Africa 

“ Guiana 

“ Honduras 

“ India 

“ East Indies, other.. 

“ West Indies 

“ Oceania, other 

“ Straits Settlements 

Egypt 

Fiji Islands 

Gibraltar 

Hong Kong 

Malta 

Newfoundland 

New Zealand 


Imports entered for Home 
Consumption. 


Dutiable. 

Goods. 


58 , 047,170 

1,318 

326,706 

13,891 


Total, British Empire 


Other Countries. 

Alaska 

Argentina 

.\ust. -Hungary 

Azores and Madeira. . . 

Belgium 

Bolivia 

Brazil 

Canary Islands 

Chili 

China 

Costa Rica 

Cuba 

Denmark 

Danish West Indies.. 
Dutch East Indies.... 
“ West Indies. .. . 

“ Guiana 

Ecuador 

France 

French Africa 

“ Guiana 

“ Oceania 

“ West Indies. . . 

Germany 

G reece 

Greenland, Iceland, etc. 

Guatemala 

Hawaii 

Hayti 

Holland 

Honduras 

Italy 

.lapan 

Kongo Free State. . . . 
Korea 


7,639 

1,298 

6 , 708,201 


4 , 090,199 
147,628 
7 ,. 596, 027 
831 
338,364 
4,295 
1 , 150,964 


802 , 9.30 

755 

951,287 

232,139 


80 , 421,642 


10,294 

64,010 

75 

10,628 

1,521 


964,556 


488,589 

91,304 

. 579,621 

1,402 


Free Goods. 


23 , 277,113 


2 , 029,959 

71,049 


545,723 
14,182 
8,446 
352,028 
5 , 265,394 
3 , 830,009 
2 , 954,. 523 


2 , 782 , 6.32 

2 

405 


1 , 002,585 

19 

1 , 996,240 

3 , 503,420 


47 , 633,729 


80 

920,945 


11,452 


26,221 


478,378 
848,. 301 


. 505,926 

12,986 


69,710 


201 , 763 
2 , 8.35 
4 , 838,465 


187 
21 , 506 
20,294 


172,883 

30,492 


820,000 


527 , 5.36 
9 , 779,. 526 


2 , 761,932 


1,710 


435,599 

997 

1,598 


5, 675 
2 

. 3 , 4.33 


348 


234,176 


243,651 

2 , 475 , 79.3 

16,795 


Total 
Dutiable 
and Free. 


81 , 324,283 

1,318 

2 , 3 . 56,665 

84,940 


5 . 53,362 
15,480 
6 , 716, 647 
352,028 
9 , 355,593 
3 , 977,637 
10 , 5 . 50,550 
831 

3 , 120,996 

4,297 

1 , 151,369 


1 , 805,515 

774 

2 , 947,527 
3 , 735, 559 


128 , 055,371 


10,374 

984,955 

75 

10,628 

12,973 


990 , 77 ’ 


478,. 378 
1 , 336,890 
91,. 304 
1 , 085,. 547 
14,388 


2 , 831,642 


203,473 

2,835 

5 , 274,064 

99 

1,598 


Exports. 


Goods the 
Produce of 
Canada. 


Goods not 
the Produce 
of Canada. 


845 , 480 , 

2 , 

8 , 653 , 
814 , 
51 , 
5 , 065 , 
69 , 
1 , 978 , 
13 , 
2 , 995 , 
17 , 
6 , 838 , 
5 , 
761 , 
579 , 
169 , 

1 , 003 , 

7 , 

10 , 191 , 

4 , 089 , 


069 

285 

635 

550 

232 

658 

226 

323 

468 

630 

238 

563 
367 
607 
702 
040 
193 
900 
30.3 

564 
823 


888 , 788,376 


. 505,066 

1 , 203,142 


15 , 593,330 


22,622 
22 ,’628 


35,956 


8,960 

699 

13,828 


60,950 
2,. 500 


1,083 

3 G 37 


297,757 

68,205 


16 , 131,655 


122,186 

17,175 


18 / 

27,181 

20,296 

3.433 

172,883 

. 30,840 


1 , 054,176 


771,187 

12 , 2 . 55,319 

16,795 


16,096 

4 , 909,453 

113,549 

974,368 

22,577 

. 314,384 

1 , 954,055 

13,620 

4 , 015,940 

39,230 

11,010 

344,196 

7,131 

105,453 

13,672 

201 , 053,676 

795 

1,033 

7,438 

163,117 


1 , 93 : 


65,082 

106,147 

8 

26 , 0.55 


4,262 

18,337 

20,-392 

493,027 

1,741 

2 , 462,574 

6,733 

3 , 336 , 0.59 

4 , 861,244 

1,763 

366 


863 


1,416 

47 

5 , 531,387 


86 


1 , 5.50 


742 


825 


2,246 

411 , 79 ' 


T otal 
Exports. 


861 , 073,399 
2,285 
8 , 676,257 
837,178 
51,232 
5 , 101,614 
69, 226 
1 , 987,283 
14,167 
3 , 009,458 
17,238 
6 , 899 , 51.3 
5,367 
764,107 
579,702 
170,123 
1 

1 , 007 , 0.37 

7,303 

10 , 489,321 

4 , 158,028 


904 , 920,031 


627,252 

1 , 220,317 


16,096 

4 , 909,453 

113,549 

976,305 

22,577 

. 379,466 

2 , 060,202 

13,628 

4 , 041,995 

39,230 

11,010 

345,059 

7,131 

106,869 

13,719 

206 ,- 585,063 

795 

1,033 

7 , 4.38 

16 . 3,203 


4,262 

19,887 

20,-392 

493,769 

1,741 

2 , 463,399 

6,733 

3 ,- 338,305 

5 , 273,041 

1,763 

366 


2'RADE REPORT— PART I 


93 


SESSIONAL PAPER No. 11 

No. 15. — Statement showing the Total Value of Imports entered -for Home 
Consumption and Exports of the Dominion of Canada, from and to each 
Country — Concluded. 


Countries. 

Imports entered for Home 
Consumption. 

Exports. 

Dutiable 

Goods. 

Free Goods. 

Total 
Dutiable 
and Free. 

Goods the 
Produce of 
Canada. 

Goods not 
the Produce 
of Canada. 

Total 

Exports. 

Other Countries — Con. 

Mexico 

Miquelon and St. Pierre. . . 
M orocco 

S 

70, 6.50 
1,409 
.548 
101,287 
92,550 

S 

594,140 

2,400 

$ 

664,790 

3,809 

548 

101,287 

141,058 

$ 

482,428 
.345,. 303 

-S 

12,667 
36, 982 

$ 

495,095 

382,285 

N icaragua 

Norway 

Panama 

48,508 

5,192 

17.3,491 

70,631 

7, 755 
17 

12,947 

17.3,491 

70,648 

Persia 

.36,841 

2,343,354 

23,285 

10 

196,928 

122 

18,889 

44 

126 

41,492 

.36,963 

2,-362,243 

23,-329 

1.36 

238,420 

Peru 

Philippines 

Porto Rico 

Portugal 

Portnpiipsp .Africa . . 

99,377 
33,153 
751,4.36 
14,878 
4,42.3 
4,008,475 
10,. 365 
45,087 
.54,780 
98,2.56 
15,596 
.3,921 
12,463 
417,812,807 
97,916 
103,9.35 

48,-510 

199 

147,887 

33,-352 

751,436 

14,878 

4,423 

4,009,999 

10,427 

45,087 

85,590 

98,2.56 

15,-596 

8,082 

12,463 

441,390,920 

97,916 

103,935 

Russia 

Salvador 

San Domingo 

44 

.32,900 
6,615,961 
49,. 526 
719,498 
100,144 
3,000,-561 
186,6.56 
429,298,758 
50,481 
301,292 

8,4.33 

8,477 
.32,900 
6,615,961 
04,. 594 
808,807 
110,172 
3,146,482 
187,306 
791,906,125 
50,481 
.301,292 

1,524 

62 

Siam 

Spain 

Sweden 

Switzerland 

L’.S. of Colombia 

United States 

T’^njgnav 

15,068 
89,. 309 
10,028 
145,921 
650 

362,607,-367 

30,810 

4,161 

23,578,113 




Total, Other Countries 

Grand total exports, mer- 
chandi.se 



461,919,880 

372,568,495 

8.34,488,375 

651,2.39,412 

30,010,-349 

681,249,761 

542,-341,522 

420,202,224 

962,543,746 

1 ,.540,027,788 

46,142,004 

1,586,169,792 


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9 GEORGE V, A. 1919 

No. 16. — Statement showing the Value of Goods (dutiable and free), Imported 
for Home Consumption into Canada during the fiscal year ended March 
31, 1918, classified under the folloMung heads and countries ; — 


Articles. 

United 

Kingdom. 

British 
Possessions, 
all other. 

Foreign 

Countries. 


$ 

4,901,891 

9,730,634 

66,276,032 

415,726 

s 

30,533,606 
11,566,702 
4,615,628 
15, 152 

$ 

113,317,558 

191,948,957 

524,626,371 

4,595,489 

Raw materials and articles mainlv unmanufactured 

Articles wholly or mainly manufactured 

Total 

81,324,283 

46,731,088 

834,488,375 



No. 17. — Statement showing the Value of Goods Exported from the Dominion 
of Canada during the fiscal year ended March 31, 1918, classified under 
the following heads and countries. 


Articles. 

United Kingdom. 

British Possessions, 
all other. 

Foreign Countries. 

Goods 
the Produce 
of Canada. 

Goods not 
the Produce 
of Canada. 

Goods 
the Produce 
of Canada. 

Goods not 
the Produce 
of Canada. 

Goods 
the Produce 
of Canada. 

Goods not 
the Produce 
of Canada. 

•• 

S 

■? 

S 


S 

•S 

Food, drink, and tobacco. . 

522,457,470 

9.8.30,668 

16,907,913 

249,598 

186,040,104 

3,471,885 

Raw materials and articles 

mainly unmanufactured . . 

17, 621,575 

1,610,597 

2,880,288 

62,614 

121,277,055 

1,764,644 

Articles wholly or mainly 

manufactured 

299,787,487 

1,7.37,965 

23,376,085 

216,933 

341,697,8491 

- 22,445,606 

Miscellaneous articles 

5,613,537 

2,414,100 

144,021 

9,180 

2,224,404 

2,328,214 

Total 

845,480,069 

15,593 330 

43,308,307 

538,325 

651,239,412 

30,010,349 


TRADE REPORT— PART I 


95 


SESSIONAL PAPER No. 11 

No. 18. — Statement showing the Value of Merchandise imported into and 
exported from Canada through the United States from and to Foreign 
Countries, distinguishing the countries whence imported and to which 
exported, during the Fiscal Year ended March 31, 1918. 


I 


Countries whence imported and to which exported. 


Value of Merchan- 
dise Imported 
from Foreign C’oun- 
tries through 
the United States. 


Value of Merchan- 
dise Exported to 
Foreign Countries 
through the United 
States. 


British Empire. 


S 


S 


United Kingdom 

3,519,914 

Aden 

Australia 

65,123 

1,399 

Bermuda 

British East Africa 

“ South Africa 

61,111 

10,558 

2,0.36,436 

82,541 

3,168,885 

1,243,133 

3,243,506 

374,827 

1,643 

“ West Africa 

“ Guiana - 

“ Honduras 

“ India , 

“ East Indies, other 

“ West Indies 

“ Straits Settlements 

Egypt 

Fiji Islands 

Gibraltar 



255,056,540 
2,285 
3,716,805 
33,716 
38,223 
1,464,526 
69,005 
265, 109 
13,028 
380, 648 
15,861 
2,111,282 
405,2.50 
344,488 
18 
156 


Hong Kong 

Malta 

Newfoundland 
New Zealand. 


209, 158 i 

I 


7,926 


48 

8,6as 

1,302,742 


Total, British Empire 

Other Countries. 


14,018,234 


265,236,264 


Argentina 

Belgium 

Bolivia 

Brazil 

Chili 

China 

Costa Rica 

Cuba 

Denmark 

Danish West Indies 

Dutch East Indies 

“ West Indies 

“ Guiana 

Ecuador 

France 

French Africa 

“ Guiana 

“ West Indies 

Germany 

Greece 

Greenland, Iceland, etc 

Guatemala 

Hawaii 

Hayti 

Holland 

Honduras 

Italy 

Japan. 

Kongo Free State 

Korea 

Mexico 

Nicaragua 

Norway 

Fanama 


609,985 

5,944 


589, 590 


280, 704 
40, 528 
1,473,797 
2,119 


839,795 


733,570 


2,517 

20,291 


70,884 


138,862 


415,938 

929,253 


384,9 6 
62,315 
83,610 


1,200,117 
2,418,311 
13,159 
721,257 
197,734 
68,832 
7,572 
1,407,661 
33,411 
3,902 
287,888 
6,917 
7,. 345 
7,523 
16,539,278 
209 
130 
138,288 


4,262 

63 

20,392 

243,869 

1,741 

308,911 

6,733 

1,500,601 

378,834 

508 

366 

476,529 

4,749 

160,914 

63.690 


96 


CrSTOMS DEPARTMENT 


9 GEORGE V, A. 1919 

18 — Statement shoAving the value of ]\Ierchandise imported into and 
exported from Canada through the United States from and to Foreign 
Countries, distinguishing the countries whence imported and to which 
exported during the fiscal year ended March 31, 1918 — Concluded. 


Countries whence imported and to which exported. 

Value of Merchan- 
dise Imported 
from Foreign Coun- 
tries through 
the United States. 

Value of Merchan- 
dise Exported to 
Foreign Countries 
through the United 
States. 

Other Countries — Con. 

S 

757,116 

$ 

49,984 
304 
228,414 
14,713 
1,627 
883,213 
9,605 
' 32,012 

36,986 
97,995 
7,941 
3,781 
11,751 
96,465 
96, 088 



1,209 

82,089 






13,374 

2,869,318 




364,339 
37,707 
279,851 
184, 104 
42,442 
212,889 






Tntplj otVipr cniintrips 

11,529,056 

27,802,575 

Grand total 

25,547,290 

293,038,839 



TRADE REPORT— PART I 


97 


SESSIONAL PAPER No. 11 

No. 19. — Comparative St.^tement of Goods, remaining in Warehouse in 1916, 

1917 and 1918. 


Articles. 

Remaining in 
Warehouse, 
March 31, 19i6. 

Remaining in 
Warehouse, 
March 31, 1917. 

Remaining in 
Warehouse, 
March 31, 1918. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Quantity. 

Value. 




$ 


S 


$ 

Breadstuffs — 








Wheat 

Bush. 

250,000 

289,791 

189,447 

306,025 




$ 

368,883 


259,062 


635 430 

Coal, bituminous 

Ton. 

829,511 

865,9.56 

890,629 

1, -281; 514 

1,165,179 

2, 946’ 585 


•S 


252,270 


864,857 


1 390 “’OS 

F)rn^s 

s 


104i812 


171,962 


247 874 

Fanny 

? 


45,955 


22,842 


37 137 

Fish . . 

% 


51,487 


145,965 


131,263 


s 


.32,342 


69,639 


130 893 

Fruits a.nH nuts 

$ 


153,663 


281,314 


243,514 


$ 


41,873 


7,239 


17,074 

Iron and st.ppl 

s 


922,388 


1,027,067 


2,804,6.55 

T.pathpr 

.s 


61 , 880 


86,605 


43,832 

Oils 

s 


189,898 


241,185 


893,164 


$ 


29,493 


83,262 


53,549 

Silk 

$ 


55,175 


184,205 


124,721 

Spirits and wines — 





Brandy 

Gal. 

107,867 

299,412 

94,112 

390,712 

83,212 

369,047 

Gin 

U 

220,062 

135,. 546 

228,851 

218,232 

100,988 

99,210 

Rum 

iC 

29,094 

30,228 

48,6.55 

38,407 

97,746 

80,127 

Whiskey 

(( 

364,021 

887,116 

417,050 

1,055,020 

218,855 

835,472 

Wines of all kinds, except 








sparkling 

u 

249,648 

249,538 

1,062,139 

179,329 

158,355 

143,085 


s 


151,222 


68,538 


37,857 

Sugar above No. 16 D.S 

Lb. 

4,895,096 

125,953 

19,590,426 

301,608 

4,796,787 

122,170 

Sugarjnot above No. 16 D.S 


34,116,1.30 

970,332 

.36,026,706 

1,453,527 

36,708,867 

1,070,810 

Mnla.ssps ’ 

Gal. 



113,722 

13,309 

105,162 

12,188 

Tobacco, manufactures of — 






Cigars 

Lb. 

4,628 

20,204 

6,862 

25,754 

4,016 

12,221 

^ Cigarettes 

U 

2,406 

4,596 

5,449 

10,749 

9,428 

24,431 


$ 


1,184,394 


906,064 


481,033 


s 


220,846 


1,331,404 


1,031,609 


s 


4,4.54,4.32 


2,362,575 


5,854,483 











12,199,685 


13,387,971 


19,873,637 






11— i— 7 


98 


CUSTOMS DEPARTMENT 


9 GEORGE V, A. 1919 

No. 20. — Statement showing the quantity and value of merchandise received 
from foreign countries for immediate transit through Canada and trans- 
shipped at the port of Montreal for United States and other countries 
during the fiscal year ended March 31, 1918. 


Articles. 

Countries. 

Received from 

Shipped to 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

The Mine. 

Ores and other articles of the 

United Kingdom. . . 


S 

734,682 


$ 

272,872 

25,817 

872,682 

The Fisheries. 

Salmon and other articles of the 
fisheries. 

The Forest. 

Lumber and timber, n.o.p 

Animals and Produce. 
Horses 

B.S. Africa 





436,689 


T otfl.l 




1,171,371 


1,171,371 

TTnifpH TCingt^om . . 






1,310,124 

161,923 






United States 


1,472,047 


T otal 





1,472,047 


1,472,047 

United Kingdom 






578,848 

63,377 

23,141 

B.S. Africa 




France 




United States 


665,366 


T ntfl.l 





665,366 


665,366 

United Kingdom . . . 



No. 


1,297 

211,000 

Furs and skins 

TTriitPirl 

1,297 

211,000 

Total 



1,297 

211,000 

1,297 

211,000 

New Zealand 


9,858 



Eggs 

United States 



9,858 

Total 





9 , 858 


9,858 

United Kingdom 



Doz. 


Doz. ' 
1,145,136 
16,000 

364,154 

4,700 

Cheese 

B.S. Africa 



United States 

1,161,136 

368,854 

T otal 



1,161,136 

368,854 

1,161,136 

368,854 

TTnitpH TCin2;Hnm . 

Lb. 


Lb. 

35,710 

9,985 

Milk 

United States 

35,710 

9,985 

Total 



35,710 

9,985 

35,710 

9,985 

United Kingdom . 




338,988 

Lard 

United States 


338,988 


Total 





338,988 


338,988 

TlnitpH TCing^Hom 





6,894,004 

4,500 

1,463,247 

1,000 

Bacon and hams 

B.S; Africa 



United States 

6,898,504 

1,464,247 

Total 



6,898,504 

1,464,247 

6,898,504 

1,464,247 

United Kingdom. . 



5,707,508 

1,305,152 


United States 

5,707,508 

1,305,152 

Total 



5,707,508 

1,305,152 

5,707,508 

1,305,152 



TRADE REPORT— PART I 


99 


SESSIONAL PAPER No. 11 


No. 20. — Statement showing the quantity and value of merchandise received 
from and shipped to foreign countries — Continued. 


Articles. 

Countries. 

Received from. 

• ^ 

Shipped to. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

ANIMALS AND PRODUCE — COTl. 

Meats, all other 

United Kingdom. . . 

Lb. 

$ 

Lb. 

76,961,000 

574,867 

8,577,127 

$ 

16,993,189 

130,253 

1,721,147 

Other articles of animals 

B.S. Africa •. 



France 



United States 

86,112,994 

18,844,589 

Total 



86,112,994 

18,844,589 

86,112,994 

18,844,589 

United Kingdom . . . 




303,828 

18,000 

Total, animals and produce. 

B.S. Africa 




United States 


321,828 


Total 





321,828 


321,828 





23,056,554 


23,056,554 

Agricultural Products. 
Flour of wheat 

United Kingdom.'. . 



Brl. 


Brl. 

4,163 

54,161 

Fruits, nuts and vegetables 

United States 

4,163 

54,161 

Total 



4,163 

54,161 

4,163 

54,161 

United Kingdom... . 




403,268 

7,506 

Seeds 

B.S. Africa 


' 


B.W. Indies 


10 


New Zealand. .•:.... 



375 

7,407 

France 




United States 


418,546 


Total 





418,556 


418,556 

United Kingdom . . . 






35,231 

30,016 

Other agricultural products 

Australia 




United States 


65,247 


Total 





65,247 


65,247 

United Kingdom. . . 






350, 132 
139,921 

Total, agricultural products 

B.S. Africa 




United States 


490,053 


T otal 





490, 053 


490,053 





1,028,017 


1,028,017 

Manufactures 

Gums 

United Kingdom. . . 




86,150 

47,451 


1,750 

Drugs, dyes and chemicals. 

New Zealand 



F ranee 



875 
133, BOl 

TlnifpH .... 


2,625 


Total 




136,226 


136,226 

United Kindgom. . . 




16,669 


79,113 
2,284 
11,707 
283 
2,915 
16, 669 


Australia 



B.S. Africa 




New Zealand 




France 




United States 


96, 302 


’Total 




112,971 


112,971 





11— i— 7| 


100 


CUSTOMS DEPARTMEXT 


9 GEORGE V, A. 1919 


20. Statement showing the quantity and value of merchandise received 

from and shipped to foreign countries — Continued. 


Articles. 


Manufactures — Con. 
Drj' goods 


Cottons and linens 


Wool and manufactures of 


Earthenware and china 


Glass and glassware 


Iron and steel 


Brass and manufactures of 


Leather and manufactures of 


Oils of all kinds 


Paper and manufactures of 


Cohn tries. 

Received from. 

Shipped to. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Quantity. 

Value. 



S 

2,400 


S 

23,839 

7,994 

41,720 

450 














25 

73,978 





2,400 





76,403 


76,403 







■88, 394 
25 
832 

.AiistraliR . 










89, 251 







89,251 


89,251 

TTnitod T\ing;finm 






23,195 

3,676 

Holland 




T’^nitprl Rfnfps 


26,871 


T otal ; 





26,871 


26,871 

TTnitpd TCin^rlnm . 




5,840 



United States 



5,840 

Total 





5,840 


5,840 

United Kingdom 




1,200 


1,620 

300 

4,969 

1,200 

Australia. ... 



B.S. Africa 




United States 


6,889 


Total 




8,089 


8,089 

United Kingdom. . . 




80 


2,. 329, 956 
750 
749, 924 
2, 247, 749 
7,560 
80 

Australia 



B.S. Africa 




France 




Russia 




United States 


5,335,939 


Total 




5,336,019 


5,336,019 

United Kingdom. . . 




15 


21,784 

50 

4,787 

15 

Australia 



B.S. Africa 




United States 


26, 621 


Total 




26,636 


26,636 

United Kingdom. . . 






87,040 

40 

B.S. Africa 




t'nited States 


87,080 


Total 





87, 080 


87, 080 

United Kingdom. . . 






1,405,267 

United States 


1,405,267 


Total 





1,405,267 


1,405,287 

United Kingdom. . . 




50 


269 

40 

139, 676 
150 

Australia 



B.S. Africa 




Holland 




Japan 


1,583 
140, 135 


United States 



1,633 

Total 




141,768 


141,768 





TRADE REPORT— PART I 


101 


SESSIONAL PAPER No. 11 

]s^Q_ 20 . — Statement showing the quantity and value o" merchandise received 
from and shipped to foreign countries — Continued. 


Articles. 


- Received from. 

Shipped to 

Countries. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Manufactures — Con, 

United Kingdom. . . 

Gal. 

8,015 

$ 

21,048 

Gal. 

410 

260 

625 

9,000 

$ 

940 

480 

1,510 

28,824 








France '. . . . 

.300 

10,295 

2,700 

31,754 

8,315 

23,748 

United States 


Total 

18,610 

55,502 

18,610 

55,502 





22,244 

Sugar and confectionery 



22,244 






Total 


22,244 


22, 244 

United Kingdom. . . 

Lb. 

10,000 

2,000 

Lb. 


10,000 

2,000 


Total 



10,000 

2,000 

10,000 

2,000 





10,. 500 




10, 500 


Total 





10, 500 


10, 500 





61,262 

10,000 


T+alir 






71,262 


Total 





71,262 


71,262 





81,000 

127,8.50 

1,157,275 

115,807 

Automobiles and parts of 















1,481,932 







1,481,932 

\ 

1,481,932 






60 

3,720 

19,435 

Other articles of manufacture. . . 











23,215 

' 

Total 





23, 215 


23,215 



62,077 


1,123,012 

20,821 

11,287 

800 

46,717 

75 






















381 

1,202,690 


7 

62,4.36 

United States 


Total 


1,265,148 

\ 

1,265,148 




10,810,282 


10,810,283 





Recapitul.\tion. 



1,171,371 

1,472,04: 

665,361 

23,056,55“ 

1,028, or 
10,810,28: 


1,171,371 

1,472,047 

665,366 

23,056,554 

1,028,017 

10,810,283 




























903 fiSi 

i 

38,203,638 





102 


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9 GEORGE V, A 


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. 1919 


TRADE REPORT— PART I 


103 


SESSIONAL PAPER No. 11 

No, 21. — Statement by Years showing the Value of Goods transhipped at the 
Port of jMontreal for* Foreign Countries from. 1886 to 1918, inclusive. 


Year. 


Total Value of 
Goods in 
Transit through 
Montreal for 
Transhipment 
to Foreign 
Countries. 


% 


Fiscal year ending June 30, 1886 
“ “ 1887. 

“ “ 1888, 

“ “ 1889, 

“ “ 1890, 

“ “ 1891, 

“ “ 1892, 

“ “ 1893 

“ “ 1894, 

“ “ 1895, 

“ “ 1896 

“ “ 1897, 

“ “ 1898, 

“ “ 1899, 

“ “ 1900, 

“ “ 1901, 

“ “ 1902, 

“ “ 1903 , 

“ “ 1904. 

“ “ 1905. 

“ “ 1906. 

9 months ending March 31, 1907 
Fiscal year ending Mar. 31, 1908 . 
“ “ 1909. 

“ “ 1910. 

“ “ 1911. 

“ “ 1912. 

“ “ 1913. 

“ “ 1914. 

“ “ 1915. 

“ “ 1916, 

“ “ 1917, 

“ “ 1918, 


5,745,606 
7,645,393 
8 , 0o8 , 888 
10,314,396 
12,714,705 
13,202,292 
9,423,862 
9,313,904 
8,186,145 
8,027,366 
14,191,628 
11,077,825 
9,378,657 
10,485,519 
13,160,009 
10,707,379 
11,382,567 
11,689,912 
15,224,361 
14,095,449 
22,114,464 

15.233.092 
18,955,468 
20,881,570 
21,705,210 
18,510,807 
21,506,933 
21,670,616 
26,665,697 
19,040,276 

60.752.092 
46,740,082 
38,203,638 


. 0 


104 


CUSTOMS DEPARTMENT 


9 GEORGE V, A. 1919 

No. 22. — General Statement (by Countries) of the Total Quantities and 

Collected thereon in the Dominion of Canada 


(Abbreviations: B. E., British East; B. IE. British West; F. IE., 


Articles. 

Countries. 

General Tariff. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty. 

DUTIABLE GOODS. 

Ale, viz:-^ 

Ale pnrter lager anrl nther heer in hnftles 

United Kingdom 

Germany 

Gal. 

42,803 

1,561 

56 

55,534 

•S 

44,278 

1,153 

51 

37,994 

S cts. 

17,977 26 
655 62 
23 52 
23,324 28 

Ale, porter, lao'er and other beer in casks 

Sweden 

L nited States 

Total 

99,954 

83,476 

41,980 68 

Lmited Kingdom 

United States 

- 764 
5 

390 

6 

229 20 
1 50 

Total, ales 

Total 

769 

396 

230 70 


100, 723 

83,872 

42,211 38 

Ginger Ale 


United Kingdom.... 


75 

5 

12 

2,696 

13 13 
0 88 
2 10 
471 80 

Animals, living, viz: — 

Hogs 

Hong Kong 


Japan 


United States 


Total 



2,788 

487 91 



United States.. 

Lb. 

2,868 

926 

43 02 

/ 

Horned cattle 

United States 

No. 

3,515 

• 

129,721 

32,430 25 

Horses over one year old valued at S50, or less per 
head. 

Horses, n.o.p 

Newfoundland 

United States 

9 

97 

450 

4,690 

112 50 
1,212 50 

Total 

106 

5,140 

1,325 00 


3,331 

379,446 

94,861 50 

Sheep 

TTnitpd TCintEdom.. 




All other, not elsewhere specified 

United States 

37,626 

129,679 

32,419 75 

Total 

37,626 

129,679 

32,419 75 

L’nit d Kingdom.. 




Total, ; nimals living 

Hong Kong 


11 

20 

3 

64,989 

2 75 
5 00 
0 75 
16,247 25 

Newfoundland 


Japan 


United States 


Total 



65, 023 

16,255 75 




709,9.35 

177,335 27 

Antiseptic surgical dressings, such as absorbent 
cotton, cotton wool, lint, lamb’s wool, tow, jute, 
gauzes and oakum, prepared for use as surgical 
dressings, plain or medicated. 



United Kingdom.... 
France 


942 

188 40 


Japan 


172 

318,738 

34 40 
63,747 60 

United States 


Total 



319,852 

63,970 40 




TRADE REPORT— PART I 


105 


SESSIONAL PAPER No. 11 

Values of Merchandise Imported for Home Consumption and the Duties 
during the fiscal year ended March 31, 1918. 


French West; Dan. W., Danish West; X.E.S., not eisevjhere specified.) 


Preferential Tariff. 

Treaty Rates. 

Total. 

■Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty Coll’d 

Gal. 

S 

$ cts. 

Gal. 

$ 

$ cts. 

Gal. 

42,803 

1,561 

56 

55,534 

$ 

44,278 

1,153 

51 

37,994 

S cts. 

17,977 26 
655 62 
23 52 
23,324 28 































99,954 

83,476 

41,980 68 













764 

5 

390 

6 

229 20 
1 50 















) 




769 

396 

230 70 













100,723 

83,872 

42,211 38 








11,571 

1,735 65 





11,646 

5 

12 

2,696 

1,748 78 
0 88 
2 10 
47L 80 




























11,571 

1,735 65 





14,359 

2,223 56 






Lb. 



Lb. 



Lb. 

2,868 

926 

43 02 







No. 


' 

No. 



No. 

3,515 

129,721 

32,430 25 













9 

97 

450 

4,690 

112 50 
1,212 50 



















106 

5,140 

1,325 00 













3,331 

379,446 

94,861 50 







25.5 

3,825 

573 75 




255 

37,626 

3,825 

129,679 

573 75 
32,419 75 










255 

3,825 

573 75 




37,881 

133,504 

32,993 50 





2,734 

410 10 





2,734 

11 

20 

3 

64,989 

410 10 
2 75 
5 00 
0 75 
16,247 25 



































2,734 

410 10 





67,757 

16,665 85 







6,559 

983 85 





716,494 

178,319 12 







57,206 

7,150 87 


96 

36 

50 

16 80 
6 30 
8 74 


58,244 

36 

22“> 

318,738 

7,356 07 
6 30 
43 14 
63,747 60 






















57,206 

7,150,87 


182 

31 84 


377,240 

71,153 11 





106 


CUSTOMS DEPARTMEJ^T 


9 GEORGE V, A. 1919 

No. 22. — General Statement of Merchandise 


Articles. 


Dutiable Goods — Continued. 
Bagatelle and other game tables or boards 

Bags which contained cement, etc 

Baking powder 


United Kingdom. 

France 

Japan 

United States 


Newfoundland. 

Japan 

United States.. 


Balls, cues and racks and cue-tips for bagatelle 
boards and billiard tables. 


Baskets of all kinds, n.o.p. 


Baths, bath-tubs, basins, closets, lavatories, urinals, 
sinks and laundry-tubs of any material. 


Belting of all kinds except rubber and leather. 


Belts, o all kinds, n.o.p., except silk. 


Bells and gongs, n.o.p. 


Billiard tables. 


Countries. 


Total. 


United States. 


Total. 


United Kingdom. 

France 

United States 


Total. 


United Kingdom. 

B. W. Indies 

Hong Kong 

Italy 

Japan 

Portugal 

United States 


Total. 


United Kingdom. 
United States 


Total. 


United Kingdom. 
United States 


Total. 


United Kingdom. 

France 

.Japan 

United States 


Total. 


United Kingdom. 

Japan 

United States 


Total. 


United Kingdom. 
United States 


Total. 


General Tariff. 


Quantity. Value. Duty 


Lb. 

21 

12 

12,033 


12,066 


No. 


19 

19 


17 

117 

113 

18,641 


18,888 


1,262 


7 

2 

2,955 


2,964 


191 

1,019 

20,642 


21,852 


304 


153 

29 

7,809 

155 

53,337 


61,787 


351 

120,026 


120,377 


10,023 

233,938 


243,961 


390 

38 

123 

59,067 


59,618 


205 

45,231 


45,436 


1,366 

1,366 


$ cts. 

5 95 
40 95 
39 55 
6,524 35 


6,610 80 


252 40 


1 26 
0 72 
721 98 


723 96 


66 85 
356 65 
7,224 70 


7,648 20 


91 20 


45 90 
8 70 

2,342 70 

46 50 
16,001 10 


18,536 10 


122 85 
42,00 J 10 


42,131 95 


2,756 84 
64,332 95 


67,089 79 


136 50 
13 30 
43 05 
20,673 45 


20,866 30 


61 50 
13,569 30 


13,630 80 


478 10 
478 10 


TRADE REPORT— PART 1 


107 


SESSIONAL PAPER No. 11 

Imported for Home Consumption — Continued. 


Preferential Tariff. Treaty Rates. Total. 


Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty Coll’d 


S 

860 

$ cts. 

193 53 


$ 

$ cts. 


$ 

877 

117 

113 

18,641 

S cts. 

199 48 
40 95 
39 55 
6,524 35 




























860 

193 53 





19,748 

6,804 33 













1,262 

252 40 








Lb. 



Lb. 



Lb. 

21 

12 

12,033 

7 

2 

2,955 

1 26 
0 72 
721 98 

























12,066 

2,964 

723 96 








707 

159 09 





898 

1,019 

20,642 

225 94 
356 65 
7,224 70 







'■ 














707 

159 09 





22,559 

7,807 29 







3,800 

250 

760 00 
50 00 


63 

17 33 


4,167 

250 

153 

29 

32,663 

155 

53,337 

868 53 
50 00 

45 90 
8 70 

9,177 58 

46 50 
16,001 10 

















24,854 

6,834 88 






















4,050 

810 00 


24,917 

6,852 21 


90,754 

26,198 31 


118,780 

23,756 00 





119,131 

120,026 

23,878 85 
42,009 10 














118,780 

23,756 00 





239,157 

65,887 95 







181,140 

36,228 00 





191,163 

233,938 

38,984 84 
64,332 95 














181,140 

36,228 00 





425,101 

103,317 79 







3,803 

855 78 





4,193 

38 

123 

59,067 

992 28 
13 30 
43 05 
20,673 45 




























3,803 

855 78 





63,421 

21,722 08 







646 

129 20 





646 

223 

45,231 

129 20 
66 45 
13,569 30 



18 

4 95 















646 

129 20 


18 

4 95 


46, 100 

13,764 95 

No. 

1 

407 

91 58 

No. 



No. 

1 

19 

407 

1,366 

91 58 
478 10 







1 

407 

91 58 




20 

1,773 

569 68 


108 


CUSTOMS DEPARTMENT 


9 GEORGE V, A. 1919 
No. 22. — Geneeal Statement of Merchandise 


Articles. 


Dutiable Goods — Continued. 

Blacking, shoe and shoemakers’ ink, shoe, harness 
and leather dressing, n.o.p. 


Blinds, of wood, metal or other material, not textile 
or paper. 


Blueing, laundry blueing 


Boats, open, pleasure, sail boats, skiffs and canoes. . 


Books, etc., viz:— 

Books, printed, periodicals and pamphlets, or 
parts thereof, n.o.p. 


Books — Novels or works of fiction, or literature of 
a similar character, unbound or paper bound, or 
in sheets, not including Christmas annuals or 
publications commonly known as juvenile or toy 
books. 


Freight rates for railways, and telegraph rates, 
bound in book or pamphlet form, and time tables 
of railways outside of Canada. 

Bank notes, bonds, bills of exchange, cheques, prom- 
issory notes, drafts and all similar work unsigned, 
and cards or other commercial blank forms 
printed or lithographed or printed from steel or 
copper or other plates, and other printed matter, 
n.o.p. 


Posters, advertising bills and folders 


Countries. 

General Tariff. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty. 

T^nitpH Tsingdom.... 


S 

S cts. 

Ja.pa.n 


203 

152,324 

55 82 
41,890 04 

United States 


Total 



152,527 

41,945 86 

TTnng; 



1 

983 

3,716 

0 30 
294 90 
1,114 80 

.T«,pa,n 


T^nitprl Sta.tps 


Total 



4,700 

1,410 00 

United Kingdom.... 





T^nitpH Sta.tps 


6,693 

1,506 12 

Total 



6,993 

1,506 12 

TTnifpd T\iapflom... 


No. 



Miquelon and St. 

Pierre 

United States 

Total 

2 

213 

137 

9,275 

34 25 
2,318 75 

215 

9,412 

2,353 00 


United Kingdom.... 


5,769 

292 

50 

7 

10,969 

214 

176 

1,315,002 

576 90 
29 20 
5 00 
0 70 
1,096 90 
21 40 
17 60 
131,500 20 

B. India 


Hong Kong 


China 


France 


Italy 


Ja.pa.Ti 


United States 


Total 



1,332,479 

133,247 90 

United Kingdom.... 



44 

1 

710 

56,026 

11 00 
0 25 
177 50 
14,006 50 

Hong Kong 


France 


United States 


Total 



56,781 

14,195 25 

United States 



20,119 

5,029 75 

United Kingdom.... 


• 

191 

966 

6 

107 

464 

248,342 

66 85 
338 10 
2 10 
37 45 
162 40 
86,919 70 

Hong Kong 


China 


France 


Japan 


United States 


Total 



250,076 

87,526 60 

United Kingdom.... 


Lb. 



United States 

171,991 

65,217 

25,798 65 

Total 

171,991 

65,217 

25,798 65 



TRADE REPORT— PART I 


109 


SESSIONAL PAPER No. 11 

Imported for Home Consumption — Continued. 


Preferential Tariff. 

Treaty Rates. 

Total. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty Coll’d 


$ 

61,164 

$ cts. 
9, 174 60 


$ 

$ cts. 


S 

61,164 

203 

152,324 

S cts. 

9,174 60 
55 82 
41,890 04 




















61,164 

9,174 60 





213,691 

51,120 46 













1 

983 

3,716 

0 30 
294 90 
1,114 80 





























4,700 

1,410 00 









51,526 

7,728 90 





51,526 

6,693 

7,728 90 
1,506 12 














51,526 

7,728 90 

* 




58,219 

9,235 02 






No. 

30 

2,320 

348 00 

No. 



No. 

30 

2 

213 

2,320 

137 

9,275 

348 00 
34 25 
2,318 75 













30 

2,320 

348 00 




245 

11,732 

2,701 00 


307,229 

15,361 45 





312,998 

292 

50 

7 

91,967 

214 

176 

1,315,002 

15,938 35 
29 20 
5 00 
0 70 
5, 146 80 
21 40 
17 60 
131,500 20 
























80,998 

4,049 90 





























307,229 

15,361 45 


80,998 

4,049 90 


1,720,706 

152, 659 25 


12,973 

1,945 95 





13,017 

1 

6,757 
56, 026 

1 , 956 95 
0 25 
1,084 55 
14,006 50 










6,047 

907 05 















12,973 

1,945 95 


6,047 

907 05 


75,801 

17,048 25 








20,119 

5,029 75 









24,556 

5,525 28 





24,747 

966 

6 

107 

464 

248,342 

5,592 13 
338 10 
2 10 
37 45 
162 40 
86,919 70 







• 



































24,556 

5,525 28 





274,632 

93,051 88 






Lb. 

244 

39 

24 40 

Lb. 



Lb. 

244 

171,991 

39 

65,217 

24 40 
25,798 65 







244 

39 

24 40 




172,235 

65,2.56 

25,823 05 


110 


CUSTOMS DEPARTMENT 


9 GEORGE V, A. 1919 

No. 22. — General Statement of Merchandise 


Articles. 


Dutiable Goods — Continued. 

Books, etc. — Con. 

Labels for cigar boxes, fruits, vegetables, meats, 
fish, confectionery and other goods and wares; 
also shipping, price or other tags, tickets or 
labels; and railroad or other tickets whether 
lithographed or printed or partly printed, n.o.p. 


Maps and charts, n.o.p 


Newspapers or supplemental editions or parts thereof 
partly printed and intended to be completed and 
published in Canada. 


Advertising pamphlets, advertising show cards, 
illustrated advertising periodicals, price books, 
catalogues and price lists, advertising calendars 
and almanacs; patent medicine or other advertis- 
ing circulars, fly sheets or pamphlets. 


Advertising chromos, chromotypes, oleographs or 
like work produced by any process other than 
hand painting or drawing, and having any adver- 
tisement or advertising matter printed, litho- 
graphed or stamped thereon or attachedthereto, 
or other similar artistic work, lithographed, 
printed or stamped on paper or cardboard, for 
business or advertising purposes, n.o.p. 

Printed music, bound or in sheets, and music for 
mechanical players 


Photographs, chromos, chromotypes, artotypes, 
oleographs, paintings, drawings, pictures, engrav- 
ings or prints, decalcomania transfers of all kinds 
or proofs therefrom, and similar works of art, 
n.o.p., blue prints and building plans. 


Countries. 

General Tariff. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty. 

United Kingdom.... 


$ 

798 

840 

530 

67 

17 

3 

398,019 

$ cts. 

279 30 
294 00 
185 50 
23 45 
5 95 
1 05 
139,306 65 

Cnha 


Frfl.nrft 




Pnrtii^a.l 




Sfn.fps 





400,274 

140,095 90 

TTnifpfl . 



196 

13 

595 

13,568 

44 10 
2 93 
133 88 
3,053 10 

Phinn { 


Fr^-nrip 


L^nited States 


Total 



14,372 

3,234 01 

United Kingdom.... 





United States 


10,304 

2,576 00 

T'n+nl 



10,304 

2,576 00 

United Kingdom 

Hong Kong 


Lb. 

973 

104 

145 

854 

561 

2,056,665 

414 

?31 

15 

587 

147 

648,591 

145 95 
15 60 
21 75 
128 10 
84 15 
308,499 75 

China 

France 

Japan 

L^nited States 

Total 

2,059,302 

649,785 

308,895 30 

United Kingdom.... 




France 

359 

36,391 

331 

18,518 

53 85 
5,458 65 

United States 

T ntal 

36,750 

18,849 

5,512 50 

United Kingdom.... 


2,835 

1 

1,020 

3 

298,532 

283,50 
0 10 
102 00 
0 30 
29,853 20 

Hong Kong 


F ranee 


Hawaii 


United States 


Total 



302,391 

30,239 10 

United Kingdom.... 



5,568 

58 

45 

5,007 

17 

555 

13 

776,658 

1,252,80 
13 05 
10 13 
1,126 58 
3 83 
124 88 
9 Q'i 

174,750 83 

Hong Kong 


China 


F ranee 


Italy 


Japan 


Switzerland 


United States 


Total 



787,921 

177,285,03 




3,908,568 

933,635 99 




Total, books, etc 


TRADE REPORT— PART 1 


111 


SESSIONAL PAPER No. 11 


Imported for Home Consumption — Continued. 


Preferential Tariff. 

Treaty Rates. 

Total. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty Coll’d 


S 

31,512 

$ cts. 
7,090 41 


$ 

$ cts. 


$ 

32,310 

840 

530 

67 

17 

3 

398,019 

$ cts. 

7,369 71 
294 00 
185 50 
23 45 
5 95 
1 05 
139,306 65 













- 




































31,512 

7,090 41 





431,786 

147,186 31 







.. 5,921 

888 15 





6,117 

13 

595 

13,568 

932 25 
2 93 
133 88 
3,053 10 





























5,921 

888 15 





20,293 

4,122 16 







944 

141 60 





944 

10,304 

141 60 
2,576 00 














944 

141 60 





11,248 

2,717 60 






Lb. 

60,433 

23,640 

6,043 30 

Lb. 



Lb. 

61,406 

104 

145 

854 

561 

2,056,665 

24,054 

31 

15 

587 

147 

648,591 

6, 189 25 
15 60 
21 75 
128 10 
84 15 
308,499 75 


































60,433 

23,640 

6,043 30 




2,119,735 

673,425 

314,938 60 




497 

103 

49 70 




497 

359 

,36,391 

103 

331 

18,518 

49 70 
53 85 
5,458 65 
















497 

103 

49 70 




37,247 

18,952 

5,562 20 





32,934 

1,646 70 





35,769 

1 

1,020 

3 

298, 532 

1,930 20 
0 10 
102 00 
0 30 
29,853 20 



































32,934 

1,646 70 





335,325 

31,885 80 







97,262 

14,589 30 





102,830 

58 

45 

5,007 

17 

555 

13 

776,658 

15,842 10 
13 05 
10 13 
1,126 58 
3 83 
124 88 
9 O'? 

174,750 83 
























































97,262 

14,589 30 





885,183 

191,874 33 







537,113 

53,306 24 


87 045 

4,956 95 


4,532,726 

991,899 18 





112 


CUSTOMS DEPAETMEXT 


9 GEORGE V, A. 1919 

No. 22. — General Statement of Merchandise 



Countries. 

General Tariff. 

Articles. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty. 

Dutiable Goods — Continued. 



S 

S cts. 

"Print «jhirf ftnH Rtnv Iflpps r»f fiTiy matprifll 

United Kingdom. . . 





Hong Kong 


202 

60 60 


France 



Japan 


21,446 

280 

6,433 80 
84 00 


Spain 



United States 


145, 721 

43,716 30 





Total 


167,649 

50,294 70 




Boots, shoes, slippers, and insoles of all kinds, excej t 
rubber and leather. 

United Kingdom 


104 

31 20 

B. Straits Settle- 
ments 


2 

0 60 


Hong Kong 


13,514 

54 

3,964 20 
16 20 


China 



Japan 


1,212 

363 60 


Switzerland 



United States 


282,024 

84,607 20 





Total 


296,610 

88,983 00 




Braces or suspenders and finished parts of 

T/nitcd TCiri^^rlnm 



42 70 


France 


2,380 

833 00 


Japan 


7 

2 45 


United States 


71,280 

24,948 00 





Total 


73,789 

25,826 15 




Brass and manufactures of, viz.: — 

Brass in strips, sheets, or plates, not polished, plan- 
ished, or coated. 

L’nited Kingdom. . . 




Lnited States 


360,741 

36,074 10 




Total 


360, 741 

36,074 10 




Brass in bars and rods, in coils, or otherwise, not 
less than 6 feet in length . . 

United States 


425, 192 

42,519 20 



Pumps, hand, n.o.p 

L'nited Kingdom 





United States 


52,327 

15,698 10 





Total 


52,327 

15,698 10 




Wire, plain 

TCinpflnm 

Lb. 




United States 

505, 630 

240, 824 

30, 103 42 


Total 

505, 6-30 

240, 824 

30, 103 42 



Wire cloth, or woven wire of brass, n.o.p 

United Kingdom. . . 




United States 


436, 668 

109, 167 00 





Total 


436,668 

109,167 00 




Manufactures of. n.o.n 



1,140 

324 

. 342 00 
97 20 


Hong Kong 



France 


•328 

98 40 


Germany 


250 

75 00 


Japan 


1,732 

519 60 


Switzerland 



United States 


2,024,886 

607,465 80 





Total 


2,028,660 

608,598 00 




Total, brass and manufactures of. . . . 



3,544,412 

842, 159 82 


- 



TRADE REPORT— PART I 


113 


SESSIONAL PAPER No. 11 

Imported for Home Consumption — Continued. 


Preferential Tariff. 


Quantity. Value. 


$ 

11 , 9.35 


11,935 


Duty. 


$ cts. 
2,387 00 


2,387 00 


Treaty Rates. 


Total. 


Quantity Value. 


156 


1,676 

94,175 


96,007 


Duty. 


$ cts. 
42 90 


460 90 
25,898 26 


26,402 06 


Quantity. 


Value. Duty Coll’d 


12,091 

202 

1,676 

115,621 

280 

145,721 


275,591 


$ cts. 

2,429 90 
60 60 
460 90 
32,332 06 
84 00 
43,716 30 


79,083 76 


102,868 


20,573 60 


53 


14 58 


14,808 

483 


4,072 28 
132 83 


102,972 

2 

13,267 

54 

16,020 

483 

282,024 


20,604 80 

0 60 
3,978 78 
16 20 
4,435 88 
132 83 
84,607 20 


102,868 


20,573 60 


15,344 


4,219 69 


414,822 


113,776 29 


2,484 


5-58 96 


106 

375 

79 


31 80 
112 50 
23 70 


2,712 

2,755 

86 

71,280 


633 46 
945 50 
26 15 
24,948 00 


2,484 


558 96 


560 


168 00 


76,833 


26,553 11 


301 


15 05 


301 

360,741 


15 05 
36,074 10 


301 


15 05 


361,042 


36,089 15 


Lb. 


100 


425, 192 


42,519 20 


15 


3 00 


15 

52,327 


3 00 
15,698 10 


15 


3 00 


52,342 


15,701 10 


78 


5 85 


Lb. 


Lb. 

100 

505,630 


78 

240,824 


5 85 
30,103 42 


100 


78 


5 85 


505,730 


240,902 


30, 109 27 


31,760 


5,558 03 


31,760 

436,668 


5,558 03 
109,167 00 


. 31,760 


5,558 03 


468,428 


114,725 03 


51,872 


10,374 40 


48 


13 20 


3,392 


932 87 


3,402 

130 


935 55 
35 75 


53,060 

324 

3,720 

250 

5,134 

130 

2 , 024,886 


10,729 60 
97 20 
1,031 27 
75 00 
1,455 15 
35 75 
607,465 80 


51,872 


10,374 40 


6,972 


1,917 37 


2 , 087,504 


620,889 77 


84,026 15,956 33 


6,972 


1,917 37 


3 , 635,410 


860,033 52 


11— i— 8 


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114 


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9 GEORGE V, A. 1919 

No. 22. — General Stateiv^ent of Merchandise 


Articles. 


Dutiable Goods — Continued. 


Breadstuffs, etc., viz.: — 
ArrovToot 


Biscuits, not sweetened. 


Biscuits, sweetened... 


Macaroni and vermicelli. 


Rice, cleaned. 


Rice and sago flour, cassava flour and rice meal. 


Countries. 


United Kingdom. 

B. W. Indies 

B. Straits Settle- 
ments 

Japan 

United States 


Total. 


United Kingdom... 

Hong Kong 

Newfoundland 

China 

Japan 

United States 


Total. 


United Kingdom. 

Hong Kong 

Japan 

United States 


Total. 


United Kingdom. 

Hong Kong 

China 

Japan 

Mexico 

United States 


Total. 


United Kingdom.. 

B. India 

B. W. Indies 

B. Straits Settle- 
ments 

Hong Kong 

China 

Japan 

Mexico 

Siam 

United States 


Total. 


United Kingdom.. 
B. Straits Settle- 
ments 

Hong Kong 

China 

Japan 

United States 


Total. 


General Tariff. 


Quantity. Value. Duty 


Lb. 


2,280 


1,970 

16,246 


20,496 


23 
7,747 
2,910 
300 
32,396 
685, 156 


728,532 


74 

9,372 

7,197 

233,097 


249, 740 


1 , 043,644 


144 
780, 640 


5 , 801,092 

30,000 

3 , 156,358 

2,195 

2 , 085,373 

2 , 053,255 


13 , 909,057 


58,688 

420 

26,184 

773,799 


859,091 


182 


127 

1,762 


2,071 


4 

604 

249 

19 

3,657 

66,617 


71,150 


16 

677 

906 

33,493 


35,092 


68,339 

5,850 

854 23 

225 

27 

2 81 

11,674 

886 

145 92 

75 

2 

0 93 

963,331 

87,024 

12,041 65 


93,789 


9 

14, 134 


216,202 

898 

219,470 

52 

49,526 

110,665 


610,956 


3,082 

17 

1,638 

48,042 


52,779 


$ cts. 


22 80 


19 70 
162 46 


204 96 


1 00 
151 00 
62 25 
4 75 
914 25 
16,654 25 


17,787 50 


4 80 
203 10 
271 80 
10,047 90 


10,527 60 


13,045 54 


1 08 
5,854 80 


43,508 18 
225 00 
23 , 672,68 
16 46 
15, 640 29 
15,399 55 


104,318 04 


586 88 
4 20 
261 84 
7,737 99 


8,590 91 


TRADE REPORT— PART I 


SESSIONAL PAPER No. 11 

Imported for Home Consumption — Continued 


115 


Preferential Tariff. 

Treaty Rates. 

Total. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty Coll’d 

Lb. * 

4,938 

360,691 

1,155 

$ 

572 
32, 189 

no 

$ cts. 

24 69 
1,803 48 

5 77 

Lb. 

s ■ 

$ cts. 

Lb. 

4,938 

362,971 

1,155 

1,970 

16,246 

S 

572 

32,371 

110 

127 

1,762 

$ cts. 

24 69 
1,826 28 

5 77 
19 70 
162 46 






















366,784 

32,871 

1,833 94 




387,280 

34,942 

2,038 90 




2,879 

628 

94 20 




2,902 

7,747 

2,910 

300 

32,396 

685,156 

632 

604 

249 

19 

3,657 

66,617 

95 20 
151 00 
62 25 
4 75 
914 25 
16,654 25 


































2,879 

628 

94 20 




731,411 

71,778 

17,881 70 




4,553 

1,058 

211 60 




4,627 

9,372 

7,197 

233,097 

1,074 

677 

906 

33,493 

216 40 
203 10 
271 80 
10,047 90 






















4,553 

1,058 

211 60 




254,293 

36,150 

10,739 20 







39 

4,640 

1 

296 

0 39 
46 40 

39 

72,979 
225 
30, 606 
75 

963,331 

1 

6,146 

27 

1,968 

2 

87,024 

0 39 
900 63 
2 81 
335 24 
0 93 
12,041 65 










18,932 

1,082 

189 32 



















23,611 

1,379 

236 11 

1,067,255 

95,168 

13,281 65 










144 

1,183,840 

100 

1,060,929 

5,801,092 

30,000 

3,156,358 

2,195 

2,085,373 

2,053,255 

9 

20,704 

5 

27,782 

216,202 

898 

219,470 

52 

49,526 

110,665 

1 08 
7,870 80 
0 50 

5,304 65 
43,508 18 
225 00 
23,672 68 
16 46 
15,640 29 
15,399 55 

403,200 

100 

1,060,929 

6,570 

5 

27,782 

2,016 00 
0 50 

5,304 65 

















































1,464,229 

34,357 

7,321 15 




15,373,286 

645,313 

111,639 19 




48 

893,320 

4 

16,397 

0 36 
6,699 95 




48 

893,320 

58,688 

420 

26,184 

773,799 

4 

16,397 

3,082 

17 

1,638 

48,042 

0 36 

6,699 95 
586 88 
4 20 
261 84 
7,737 99 































893,368 

16,401 

6,700 31 




1,752,459 

69,180 

15,291 22 

1 




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116 


CUSTOMS DEPARTMENT 


9 GEORGE V, A. 1919 

No. 22 — General Statement of Merchandise 


Articles. 


Dutiable Goods — Continued. 
Sago and tapioca 


Tapioca flour. 


Total, breadstuffs, etc. 

Grain and products of, viz: — 
Barley, n.o.p 


Barley, pot, pearl, rolled, roasted or ground 


Beans, n.o.p. (See Free Goods) 


Buckwheat 


Indian corn for purposes of distillation 
{See Free Goods). 


Oats 

Peas, n.o.p 

{See Free Goods.) 


Countries. 

General Tariff. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty. 


Lb. 

$ 

$ cts. 

United Kingdom.... 

9,348 

825 

226 88 

B. Straits Settle- 




ments 

167,498 

8,547 

2,350 49 

Hong Kong 

53 

3 

0 83 

China 

18,000 

1,600 

440 00 

Japan 

1,111 

48 

13 20 

Mexico 

469 

11 

3 03 

United States 

25,845 

2,800 

770 00 

Total 

222,. 324 

13,834 

3,804 43 

Hong Kong. 

5,581 

246 

55 81 

Dutch E. Indies. . . . 

53,215 

2,333 

532 15 

.Japan 

415 

23 

4 15 

United States 

668,026 

42,490 

6,680 26 

Total 

727,237 

45,092 

7,272 37 


17,760,121 

924,763 

165,551 35 


Bush. 



Japan 

2 

4 

0 30 

United States 

1,366 

1,8.55 

204 90 

T otal 

1,368 

1,859 

205 20 


Lb. 







Hong Kong 

473 

28 

8 40 

Japan 

400 

12 

3 60 

United States 

56,855 

7,. 395 

2,218 50 

Total 

57,728 

7,435 

2,2.30 50 


Bush. 



B. India 

6,561 

24,651 

1,640 25 

Hong Kong 

3,667 

6,240 

916 75 

Newfoundland 

3 

27 

0 75 

Argentina 

119 

777 

29 75 

China 

534 

1,629 

133 50 



2 


Japan 

255, 139 

923,488 

63,784 75 

Mexico 

4 

5 

1 00 

United States 

420,332 

2,593,152 

105,083 00 

Total 

686,359 

3,549,971 

171,589 75 

United States 

899 

1,463 

134 85 

United States 

717,899 

1,038,091 

53,842 49 

United States 

22,277 

16,736 

2,227 70 

Australia 

74 

1.36 

11 10 

Hong Kong 

212 

484 

31 80 





China 

833 

2,048 

124 95 

Japan 

34,987 

126,831 

5,248 05 

United States 

55,24( 

216,209 

8,286 00 

Total 

91,346 

345,708 

13,701 90 


TRADE REPORT— PART 1 


117 


SESSIONAL PAPER No. 11 ^ 

Imported for Home Consumption — Continued. 


Preferential Tariff. 


Treaty Rates. 


Total. 


Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

DutyColl’d. 

Lb. 

$ 

S cts. 

Lb. 

S 

$ cts. 

Lb. 

S 

$ cts. 

1,404 

171 

29 93 




10,752 

996 

256 81 

150,461 




3,194,452 

26,330 68 

3,361,950 

53 

159,008 

3 

28,681 17 
0 83 
440 00 
13 20 
3 03 
770 00 









. 

18,000 

1,111 

469 

1,600 

48 

11 



















25,845 

2,800 







3, 195,856 

150,632 

26,360 61 




3,418,180 

164,466 

30,165 04 










5,581 

53,215 

415 

246 

2,333 

23 

55 81 
532 15 
4 15 
6,680 26 



















668,026 

42,490 













727,237 

45,092 

7,272 37 







5,897, 669 

235,947 

42,521 81 

23,611 

1,379 

236 11 

23,681,401 

1,162,089 

208,309 27 

Bush. 



Bush. 



Bush. 

9 

4 

0 30 
204 90 







1,366 

1,855 













1,368 

1,859 

205 20 







Lb. 

45,813 

8,567 

1,713 40 

Lb. 



Lb. 

‘ 45,813 
473 

8,567 

28 

1,713 40 
8 40 
3 60 
2,218 50 










400 

1“^ 







56,855 

7,395 







45,813 

8,567 

1,713 40 




103,541 

16,002 

3,943 90 




Bush. 

13,393 

44,031 

2,008 95 

Bush. 



Bush. 

19,954 

3,667 

3 

68,682 

6,240 

27 

3,649 20 
916 75 
0 75 
29 75 
133 50 




- 












119 

777 







534 

1,629 

2 













255, 139 
4 

923,488 

5 

63,784 75 
1 00 
105,083 00 













420,332 

2,593,152 







13,393 

44,031 

2,008 95 




699,752 

3,594,002 

173,598 70 










899 

1,463 

134 85 













717,899 

1,038,091 

53,842 49 













22,277 

16,736 

2,227 70 













74 

136 

11 10' 







212 

484 

3i 80 

1,885 

4,588 

188 50 




1,885 

833 

4,588 

2,048 

126,831 

216,209 

188 50 




124 95 




• 



34,987 

55,240 

5,243 05 
8,286 00 








1,885 


4,588 


188 50 


93,231 


350,296 


13,890 40' 


118 CUSTOMS DEPARTMENT 


9 GEORGE V, A. 1919 
No. 22 — General Statement of Merchandise 


Articles. 

Countries. 

General Tariff. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty, 

Dutiable Goods — Continued. 

Grain and products of — Con. 

Rye 

United States 

Bush. 

6,646 

$ 

15,504 

$ cts. 
664 60 

Wheat (To April 17, 1917. See Free Goods.) 

United States 

5,144 

8,947 

617 28 

Total, grain 



4,985,714 

245,214 27 

Grain, products of, viz.: — 

Bran, mill feed, etc 



Hong Kong 


21 

88 

40,007 

3 68 
15 40 
7,001 32 

Buckwheat meal or flour ■ 

F'rannft.. 


United States 


Total 



40,116 

7,020 40 



Cwt. 

21 

765 

133 

4,493 

10 50 
382 50 

Indian or com meal 

United States 

Total 

786 

4,626 

393 00 


Brl. 

47,912 

422,917 

11,978 00 

Oat meal and rolled oats 

United Kingdnm . 

Lb. 



Rye flour 

Newfoundland 

United States 

90 

4,279 

5 

326 

0 54 
25 67 

Total 

4,369 

331 

26 21 


Brl. 

2,610 

22,734 

1,305 00 

Wheat flour (To AprU 17, 1917. See Free Goods.) . 
Hominy, cracked, evaporated or dried corn 

United States 

2,033 

16,705 

1,219 80 

United States 


28,166 

4,929 12 

Cattle food, containing molasses 

United Kingdom. 





Cereal foods prepared. n.o.D 

Hong Kong 


13 

411 

2 60 
82 20 

United States 


Total 



424 

84 80 

TTonp TCnn^ 



208 

130 

103 

54,315 

41 60 
26 00 
20 60 
10,863 00 

Cereal foods prepared, in packages not exceeding 
25 lbs. weight each. 

France 


Japan 


United States 


Total 



54,756 

10,951 20 

United Kingdom.... 
Hong Kong 


Lb. 

2,587 

1,200 

11,851 

1,925,701 



313 

315 

802 

142,034 

86 08 
86 63 
220 55 
39,059 70 

France 

Japan ' 

United States 

Total 

1,941,339 

143, 46^ 

39,452 96 



TRADE REPORT— PART I 


119 


SESSIONAL PAPER No. 11 


Imported for Home Consumption — Continued. 


Preferential Tariff. 

Treaty Rates. 

Total. 

IQuantity. 

Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty Coll’d 

Bush. 

$ 

$ cts. 

Bush. 

$ 

$ cts. 

Bush. 

6,646 

$ 

15,504 

$ cts. 
664 60 













5,144 

8,947 

617 28 








57,186 

3,910 85 





5,042,900 

249,125 12 













21 

40,007 

3 68 
15 40 
7,001 32 





























40,116 

7,020 40 








Cwt. 



Cwt. 



Cwt. 

21 

. 765 

133 

4,493 

10 50 
382 50 



















786 

4,626 

393 00 







Brl. 



Brl. 



Brl. 

47,912 

422,917 

11,978 00 







Lb. 

35 

3 

0 14 

Lb. 



Lb. 

35 

90 

4,279 

3 

5 

326 

0 14 
0 54 
25 67 
















35 

3 

0 14 




4,404 

334 

26 35 




Brl. 



Brl. 



Brl. 

2,610 

22,734 

1,305 00 













2,033 

16,705 

1,219 80 







* 







28,166 

4,929 12 









804 

120 60 





804 

13 

411 

120 60 
2 60 
82 20 





















804 

120 60 





1,228 

205 40 












208 

130 

103 

54,315 

41 60 
26 00 
20 60 
10,863 00 










• 


























54,756 

10,951 20 








Lb. 

15,024 

2,684 

536 80 

Lb. 



Lb. 

15,024 

2,587 

1,200 

11,851 

1,925,701 

2,684 

313 

315 

802 

142,034 

536 80 
86 08 
86 63 
220 55 
39,059 70 




























15,024 

2,684 

536 80 




1,956,363 

146,148 

39,989 76 





120 


CUSTOMS DEPARTMENT 


9 GEORGE V, A. 1919 

Xo. 22. — General Statement of Merchandise 


Articles. 

Countries. 

General Tariff. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty. 

Dutiable Goods — Continued. 



$ 

$ cts. 

Grain, products of, viz. — Con. 

All other breadstuffs, n.o.p 

United Kingdom.... 





Hong Kong 


8,967 

107 

1,569 22 
18 72 


Newfoundland 



China 


41 

7 18 


France 



97 30 


Japan 


3,216 

562 80 


United States 


195,722 

34,251 72 





Total 


208,609 

36,506 94 




Grain, flour and meal, etc., of all kinds, when 

United States 


490 

122 50 

damaged by water in transit or prior to import- 
ation into Canada. 







Total grain products 



943,338 

113,989 93 




Ericks and tiles, viz: See Earthenware 
Bath brick 

U nited Kingdom 





United States 


218 

59 95 





Total 


218 

59 95 




Building blocks, partition, hollow and fireproof 

United Kingdom 




building tUe. 

United States 


126,979 

28,570 50 





Total 


126,979 

28,570 50 




Building brick 

United Kingdom 

M 




United States 

4,158 

60,952 

13,714 32 




Total 

4,158 

60, 952 

13,714 32 



Fire brick, n.o.p 

United Kingdom 





United States 


652, 767 

146,873 62 





Total 


652, 767 

146,873 62 




Paving brick 

United Kinp'dom 





United States 

2,039 

36, 066 

8,115 03 




Total 

2,039 

36,066 

8,115 03 



Drain tiles, not elazed 

United Kingdom. . 





United States 


1,456 

291 20 





Total 


1,456 

291 20 




P*P<^3, sewer pipes and earthenware fittings 
therefor, chimney linings or vents, chimney tops 
and inverted blocks, glazed or unglazed. 

United Kingdom 




United States 


26,231 

9, 180 85 





26,231 

9,180 85 




Manufactures of clav. n.o.p 



543 

481 

763 

122,951 

122 18 
108 23 
171 68 
27,664 58 


Japan 



Sweden 



United States 






Total 


124, 738 

28,066 67 

Total, bricks, tiles, etc 





1 noo Anr 





J. ) i 



TRADE REPORT— PART I 


121 


SESSIONAL PAPER No. 11 


Imported for Home Consumption — Continued. 


Preferential Tariff. 

Treaty Rates. 

Total. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty Coll’d 


$ 

43 

$ cts. 
6 45 


■ S 

•S cts. 


S 

43 

8,967 

107 

41 

556 

3,216 

195,722 

S cts. 

6 45 
1,569 22 

18 72 

7 18 
97 30 

562 80 
34,251 72 
















- 

































43 

6 45 





208,652 

36,513 39 













490 

122 50 









3,534 

663 99 





946,872 

114,653 92 







2,220 

333 00 





2,220 

218 

333 00 
59 95 


i 












2,220 

333 00 

> 




2,438 

392 95 







310 

38 75 





310 

126,979 

38 75 
' 28,570 50 














310 

38 75 





127,289 

28,609 25 







]M 

20 

292 

36 50 

M 



M ,, 

20 

4,158 

292 

60,952 

36 50 
13,714 32 










20 

292 

36 50 




4,178 

61,244 

13,750 82 





15,456 

1,932 09 





15,456 

652,767 

1,932 09 
146,873 62 














15,456 

1,932 09 





668,223 

148,805 71 






219 

3,208 

401 00 




219 

2,039 

3,208 

36,066 

401 00 
8,115 03 










219 

3,208 

401 00 




2,258 

39,274 

8,516 03 





292 

43 80 





292 

1,456 

43 80 
291 20 














292 

43 80 





1,748 

335 00 





- 


15,162 

3,790 50 





15,162 

26,231 

3,790 50 
9, 180 85 














15,162 

3,790 50 





41,393 

12,971 35 







16,634 

2,079 34 





17,177 

481 

763 

122,951 

2,201 52 
108 23 
171 68 
27,664 58 




























16,634 

2,079 34 





141,372 

30,146 01 







53,574 

8,654 98 





1,082,981 

243,527 12 







122 


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9 GEORGE V, A. 1919 

No. 22. — General Statement of Merchandise 


Articles. 

Countries. 

General Tariff. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty. 

Dutiable Good& — Continued. 

British gum, dry sizing cream and enamel sizing.... 

Brooms and whisks 

United Kingdom.... 

Lb. 

$ 

$ cts. 

United States 

1,826,207 

107,412 

10,741 20 

Total 

1,826,207 

107,412 

10,741 20 

United Kingdom.... 




Brushes of all kinds 

Hong Kong 


200 

2 

346 

12,401 

40 00 
0 40 
69 20 
2,480 20 

N e wf ound land 


Japan 


United States 


Total 



12,949 

2,589 80 

United Kingdom.... 



244 

735 

3 

1,325 

34,137 

258 

1 

351,412 

67 20 
202 13 
0 83 
364 38 
9,387 67 
70 95 
0 28 
96,640 55 

Buttons, viz: — 

Buttons, shoe, n.o.p 

Hong Kong 


China 


France 


Japan 


Sweden 


Switzerland 


United States 


Total 



388,115 

106,733 99 



United Kingdom.... 




Buttons of vegetable ivory 

Japan 


250 

2,759 

62 50 
689 75 

United States 


T otal 



3,009 

752 25 

United Kingdom.... 
United States 


Gross. 

16 

13,881 

36 

25,546 

11 60 
8,357 85 

Buttons, all kinds, covered or not, n.o.p., includ- 
ing recognition buttons, and collar and cuff 
buttons. 

Button blanks of animal shell, in the rough 

Total 

13,897 

25,582 

8,369 45 

United Kingdom.... 


4,018 

44 

1,051 

515 

153 

19,865 

372 

625,347 

1,406 30 
15 40 
367 85 
180 25 
53 55 
6,952 75 
130 20 
218,871 45 

Hong Kong 


France 


Holland 


Italy 


Japan 


Spain 


United States 


Total 



651,365 

227,977 75 

United Kingdom. 





Total, buttons 

United States 


50,741 

5,074 10 

Total 



50,741 

5,074 10 




730, 697 

242,173 55 

Candles, viz: — 

Paraffine wax 



United Kingdom.... 
France 

Lb. 

50 

1,438 

25 

524,297 

30 

693 

8 

79,046 

7 50 
173 25 
2 00 
19,761 50 


Japan 

United States 

Total 

525,810 

79,777 

19,944 25 

1 



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123 


SESSIONAL PAPER No. 11 

Imported for Home Consumption — Continued. 


Preferential Tariff. 

Treaty Rates. 

Total. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty Coll’d 

Lb. 

15,821 

$ 

677 

$ cts. 
33 85 

Lb. 

$ 

S cts. 

Lb. 

15,821 

1,826,207 

S 

677 

107,412 

$ cts. 

33 85 
10,741 20 










15,821 

677 

33 85 




1,842 028 

108,089 

10,775 05 





809 

121 35 





809 

200 

2 

346 

12,401 

121 35 
40 00 
0 40 
69 20 
2,480 20 



































809 

121 35 





13,758 

2,711 15 







51,915 

9,085 48 


570 

11 

142 50 
2 75 


52,729 

746 

3 

38,670 

213,039 

258 

8 

351,412 

9,295 18 
204 88 
0 83 
9,700 63 
54,113 17 
70 95 
2 03 
96,640 55 














37,345 

178,902 

9,336 25 
44,725 50 
















7 

1 75 















51,915 

9,085 48 


216,835 

54,208 75 


656,865 

170,028 22 





1 

0 18 





1 

250 

2,759 

0 18 
62 50 
689 75 





















1 

0 18 





3,010 

752 43 






Gross. 

297 

244 

63 65 

Gross. 



Gross. 

313 

13,881 

280 

25,546 

75 25 
8,357 85 










297 

244 

63 65 




14, 194 

25,826 

8,433 10 





15,034 

3,382 92 


7,757 

3 

4,510 

2,327 10 
0 90 
1,353 00 


26,809 

47 

5,561 

515 

155 

175,729 

372 

625,347 

7,116 32 
16 30 
1,720 85 
180 25 
54 15 
53,711 95 
130 20 
218,871 45 


















2 

155,864 

0 60 
46,759 20 



























15,034 

3,382 92 


168,136 

50,440 80 


.834, 535 

281,801 47 





15 

1 13 





15 

50, 741 

1 13 
5,074 10 














15 

1 13 





50,756 

5,075 23 







15, 294 

3,447 88 


168, 136 

50,440 80 


914, 127 

296,062 23 




Lb. 

7,092 

1,242 

186 30 

Lb. 



Lb. 

7,142 

1,438 

25 

524,297 

1,272 

693 

8 

79,046 

193 80 
173 25 
2 00 
19,761 50 






















7,092 

1,242 

186 30 




532,902 

81,019 

20, 130 55 





124 


CUSTOMS DEPARTMENT 


9 GEORGE V, A. 1919 
Xo. 22. — General Statement of Merchandise 


Articles. 


Dutiable Goods — Continued. 


Candles, viz. — Con. 
All other, n.o.p. . . 


Total, candles. 


Cane, reed or rattan, not further manufactured than 
split, n.o.p 


Carriages and vehicles, viz. 
Automobiles, passenger. . . 


Automobiles, freight. 


Motor cycles and motor vehicles of all kinds, n.o.p. 
Automobiles and motor vehicles, parts of, n.o.p.. . 


Buggies, carriages, pleasure carts and vehicles. United States, 
n.o.p. 


Countries. 


United Kingdom — 

Eon? Kong 

France 

Japan 

United States 


Total. 


United Kingdom. 

Hong Kong 

United States 


Total. 


United States. 
United States. 
United States. 


United Kingdom. 

Mexico 

United States 


Total. 


Cutters. 


Farm wagons. 


Freight wagons and drays. 


Complete parts of farm and freight wagons, drays 
and sleighs. 

Complete parts of buggies, carriages and vehicles 
n.o.p., including parts of cutters, children’s 
carriages and sleds, n.o.p. 


Cars, railway, passenger. 


Cars, railway, box and flat. 


Cars, other, n.o.p. 


Cars, railway, parts of. 


United States. 


United States. 


United States. 


United States. 


United Kingdom. 
United States 


Total. 


United States. 


United States. 


United States. 


United States. 


General Tariff. 


Quantity. Value. Duty 


Lb. 


25 

110 

801 

82 

430,250 


431,268 


957,078 


No. 
16,118 


961 


10 

217 

14 

76,0.32 


76,280 


156,057 


1,651 

10,939 


12,590 


11,317,245 


3,961,035 75 


1,275,179 


446,312 65 


1,311 


961 


6,227 


164 


30 


279 


927 


216,645 


191 

65 

6, 653 , 946 


66 85 
22 75 
2.047,36462 


6,654,202 


2,047,454 22 


44,347 


233 


217,942 


15,266 


71 , 775 


2S,099 


28,099 


81,762 


156,129 


735,546 


671,906 


S cts. 


1 75 

2 50 
54 25 

3 50 
19,008 00 


19,070 00 


.39,014 25 


165 10 
1,093 90 


1,259 OC 


75,825 75 


15,521 45 


81 55 


54,485 50 


3,816 50 


17,943 75 


9,834 65 


9,834 65 


24,528 60 


46,838 70 


220,663 80 


201,571 80 


TRADE REPORT— PART I 


125 


SESSIONAL PAPER No. 11 - 

Imported for Home Consumption — Continued. 


Preferential Tariff. 

Treaty Rates. 

. Total. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty Coll’d 

Lb. 

15,233 

S 

3,031 

$ cts. 
454 65 

Lb. 

S 

S cts. 

Lb. 

15,258 

110 

801 

430,250 

• $ 

3,038 

10 

217 

14 

76, 032 

S cts. 

456 40 

2 50 
54 25 

3 50 
19,008 00 















/ 













15,233 

3,031 

454 65 




446,501 

79,311 

19,524 65 




22,325 

4,273 

640 95 




979,403 

160,330 

39,6.55 20 





13 

0 98 





13 

1,651 

10,939 

0 98 
165 10 
1,093 90 





















13 

0 98 





12,603 

1,2.59 98 






No. 



No. 



No. 

16,118 

11,317,245 

3,961,035 7.5 













964 

1,275,179 

446,312 65 













1,311 

216,645 

75,825 75 








17,217 

3,518 87 





17,408 

65 

6,653,946 

3,585 72 
22 75 
2,047,364 62 





















17,217 

3,518 87 





6,671,419 

2,050,973 09 












961 

44,347 

15,521 45 













9 

233 

81 55 













6,227 

217,942 

54,485 50 













164 

15,266 

3,816 50 














71,775 

17,943 75 









73 

16 43 





73 

28,099 

16 43 
9,834 65 














73 

16 43 





28,172 

9,851 OS 












30 

81,762 

24,528 60 













279 

156,129 

46,838 70 













927 

735, 546 

220,663 80 














671,906 

201,. 571 80 









126 


CUSTOMS DEPARTMENT 


9 GEORGE V, A. 1919 

No. 22. — General Statement of Merchandise 


Articles. 

» 

Countries. 

General- Tariff. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty. 

Dutiable Goods — Continued. 
Carriages and vehicles — Con. 

United States 


S 

101,817 

$ cts. 
30,545 10 

Rlpighs 

United States 


No. 

616 

17,650 

4,412 50 

WViPAlVinrrnwSj trunks a.ml hand-nArts 

United Kingdom.. 




Bicycles and tricycles, n.o.p... 

United States 

Total.. .» 

14,641 

129,614 

38,884 20 

14,641 

129,614 

38,884 20 

United Kingdom.. 




Bicycles and tricycles, parts of, including nickel or 
electro plated parts for the manufacture of bicy- 
cles. 

Children’s carriages and sleds 

B. W. Indies 




United States 

Total 

21,738 

165,987 

49,796 10 

21,738 

165,987 

49,796 10 

United Kingdom.. 




Japan 


180 

141,437 

54 00 
42,431 10 

TTnitpd Staf.ps 


Total 



141,617 

42,485 10 

Tlnifpfl T\ .. 



140 

425,222 

49 00 
148,827 70 

Total, carriages and vehicles 

United States 


Total 



425,362 

148,876 70 




22,468,323 

7,440,914 37 

Carpets, p.o.p. (see woollens) 



TTnifprl TCin^Hom.. 

Yd. 



Carpet linings and stair pads 

Japan 

United States 

Total 

4,345 

5,525 

3,320 

2,711 

1,162 00 
948 85 

9,870 

6,031 

2,110 85 



906 

226 50 

Carpet sweepers and hand vacuum cleaners 



No. 

24,631 

103,203 

30,960 90 

Cash registers and parts of 



61,734 

18,520 20 

Celluloid, viz; — 

Celluloid, moulded into sizes for handles of knives 
and forks, not bored or otherwise manufactured; 
moulded celluloid balls and cylinders coated 
with tin-foil or not, but not finished or further 
manufactured, and celluloid lamp shade blanks 
and comb blanks. 

Celluloid, manufactures of — n.o.p 



United Kingdom.. 




United States 


4,791 

479 10 

Total 



4,791 

479 10 




98 

243 

197 

123,440 

17 15 
42 53 
34 48 
21,603 35 


France 


Japan 


United States 


Total.. ....... 



123,978 

21,697 51 




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127 


SESSIONAL PAPER No. 11 


Imported for Home Consumption — Continued. 


Preferential Tariff. 

Treaty Rates. 

Total. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty Coll’d 


$ 

$ cts. 


S 

$ cts. 

$ cts. 

$ 

101,817 

$ cts. 
30,545 10 








No.' 



No. 



No. 

616 

17,650 

4,412 50 







1 

122 

24 40 




1 

14,641 

122 

129,614 

24 40 
38,884 20 







1 

122 

24 40 




14,642 

129,736 

38,908 60 

98 

1 

2,233 

55 

446 60 
11 00 




98 

1 

. 21,738 

2,233 

55 

165,987 

446 60 
11 00 
49,796 10 







99 

2,288 

457 60 




21,837 

168,275 

50,253 70 


19,942 

3,988 40 





19,942 

180 

141,437 

3,988 40 
54 00 
42,431 10 





















19,942 

3,988 40 





161,559 

46,473 50 







262 

58 95 





402 

425,222 

107 95 
148,827 70 














262 

58 95 





425,624 

148,935 65 







39,904 

8,064 65 





22,508,227 

7,448,979 02 






Yd. 

253 

221 

55 25 

Yd. 



Yd. 

253 

4,345 

5,525 

221 

3,320 

2,711 

55 25 
1,162 00 
948 85 













253 

221 

55 25 




10,123 

6,252 

2,166 10 








906 

226 50 









No. 



No. 



No. 

24,631 

103,203 

30,960 90 














61,734 

18,520 20 









18 

0 90 





18 

4,791 

0 90 
479 10 














18 

0 90 





4,809 

480 00 







12,627 

1,894 05 





12,725 

243 

197 

123,440 

1,911 20 
42 53 
34 48 
21,603 35 




























12,627 

1,894 05 





136,605 

23,591 56 







128 


CUSTOMS DEPARTMENT 


9 GEORGE V, A. 191g 
No. 22. — General Statement of Merchandise 


Articles. 

Countries. 

General Tariff. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty. 

Duti.\ble Goods — Continued.. 

Celluloid — Con. 

Celluloid, xylonite or xyolite in sheets, lumps, 
blocks, rods or bars, not further manufactured 
than moulded or pressed. 

TTnitpfl TCinpHom .. . . 


S 

13 

7,830 

$ cts. 

0 65 
391 50 

TTnitpiH Statps 


Total 



7,843 

392 15 




136,612 

22,568 76 

Cement, viz: — 

Cement, Portland and hydraulic or water-lime.. . 



TTnitprl Statps.. 

Cwt. 

26,243 

17,417 

2,624 30 

TTnifpH TCinp'dom.. 





United States 


7,727 

1,738 79 

T otal 



7,727 

1,738 79 




25,144 

4,363 09 




United Kingdom.... 


135 

365 

69,555 

23 63 
63 88 
12,172 77 


France 


United States 


Total 



70,055 

12,260 28 

United Kingdom.... 



5 

120 

47 

121,028 

0 88 
21 00 
8 23 

21,180 12 

Chicory, viz: — 

Chicory, raw or green 

France 


Japan 


United States 


Total 



121,200 

21,210 23 



United States 

Lb. 

19,917 

2,193 

597 51 

Chicory, kiln-dried, roasted or ground 

United States 

86,361 

8,780 

2,590,83 

Total, chicory 


106, 278 

10,973 

3,188 34 

Church vestments of any material 


United Kingdom. . . 




Cider, viz: — 

Cider, clarified or refined 

France 


1,556 

311 20 

Switzerland 


United States 


3,018 

603, 60 

Total 



4,574 

914 80 



United Kingdom. . . 
United States 

Gal. 

826 

9,603 

1,147 

6,777 

82 60 
960 30 

Cider, not clarified or refined 

Total 

10,429 

7,924 

1,042 90 


19,669 

4,715 

983 45 

Total, cider 


30,098 

12,639 

2,026 35 




TRADE REPORT— PART 1 


129 


SESSIONAL PAPER No. 11 


Imported for Home Consumption — Continued. 


Preferential Tariff. 

Treaty Rates. 

Total. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty Coll’d 


% 

$ cts. 


$ 

$ cts. 


% 

13 
7 830 

$ cts. 

0 65 
391 50 




1 



















7,843 

392 15 









12,645 

1,894 95 





149,257 

24,463 71 






Cwt. 



Cwt. 



Cwt. 

26,243 

17,417 

2,624 30 








109 

13 64 





109 

7,727 

13 64 
1,738 79 














109 

13 64 





7,836 

1,752 43 







109 

13 64 


; 



25,253 

4,376 73 







883 

132 45 





1,018 

365 

69,555 

156 08 
63 88 
12,172 77 





















883 

132 45 





70,938 

12,392 73 







128 

19 20 





133 

120 

47 

121,028 

’ 20 08 
21 00 
8 23 

21,180 12 





















128 

19 20 





121,328 

21,229 43 






Lb. 



Lb. 



Lb. 

19,917 

2,193 

597 51 













86,361 

8,780 

2,590 83 


• 











106,278 

10,973 

3,188 34 








1,674 

209 36 


47 

22,478 

934 

8 23 
3,933 72 
163 45 


1,721 

24,034 

934 

3,018 

217 59 
4,244 92 
163 45 
603 60 



















1,674 

209 36 


23,459 

4,105 40 


29,707 

5,229 56 

Gal. 



Gal. 



Gal. 

826 

9,603 

1,147 

6,777 

82 60 
960 30 



















10,429 

7,924 

1,042 90 













19,669 

4,715 

983 45 













30,098 

12,639 

2,026 35 








11— i— 9 


130 


rr.ST0.1/,S’ DEPARTMEyT 

9 GEORGE V, A. 1913 

No. 22. — General Statement of Merchandise 


Articles. 


Dutiable Goods — Continued. 

Clocks, clock and watch keys, clock movements and 
clock cases. 


United Kingdom. 

France 

Japan 

Switzerland 

United States. . . . 


Time recorders and parts. 


Cloth, coated or sized, for manufacture of sensitized, 
blue or black print cloth. 


Clothes wringers and parts thereof for domestic use 


Coal, viz.:— 

Coal, bituminous slack, such as will pass through 
a j inch screen. 


Coal, bituminous, round, and run of the mine — and L nited Kingdom, 
coal, n.o.p. 


Countries. 


Total 

United States. 


United Kingdom. 
United States. . . 


Total 

United States. 


United Kingdom. 
United States. . . . 


General Tariff. 


Quantity. Value. Duty 


33 


1,201 

600 

552,117 


553,951 


35, 034 


S cts. 
9 90 


360 30 
180 00 
165,635 10 


166, 185 30 


10,510 20 


7,186 1,077 90 


7,186 1,077 90 


23,887 


Ton. 

3,139,898 


Total 3,139,898 


United States. 
Total. 


Total, coal. 


Cocoa carpeting, mats, rugs, and matting. 


United Kingdom. 

B. India 

Hong Kong 

Japan 

United States. . . 


Cocoanuts, viz.:— 

Cocoanuts, imported from the place of growth by 
vessel direct to a Canadian port. 

(See Free Goods.) 

Cocoanuts, n.o.p 


Total, cocoanuts. 


Cocoanut, desiccated, sweetened or not. 


Total. 


13,251,297 


13,251,297 


16,391,195 


9, 125,752 


9,125,752 


37,138,296 


37,138,296 


46,264,048 


B.W. Indies. 


B. Guiana. . . . 
B.W. Indies. . . 
United States. 

Total 


United Kingdom. . 
B.E. Indies, other. 

Hong Kong 

U.S. of Colombia. . 
United States 


No. 
125,112 


38, 950 
69,375 
429, 538 


537, 863 


662,975 


Lb. 


8,360 45 


439,585 72 


439,585 72 


7,023,187 41 


7,023,187 41 


7,462,773 13 


69 

" ' 18 
2,231 


2,318 


3,683 


1,248 

2,594 

19,978 


23,820 


27, 503 


2,600 

494 

117 

00 

314,768 

32,660 

14,164 

57 

32, 600 

4,285 

1,467 

00 

45,000 

6,969 

2,025 

00 

31,118 

6,364 

1,400 

31 

426,086 

50, 772 

19,173 

88 


17 25 
4 50 
557 75 


579 50 


625 56 


292 13 
520 32 
3,221 64 


4,034 09 


4,659 65 


Total 


TRADE REPORT— PART 1 


131 


SESSIONAL PAPER No. 11 


Imported for Home Consumption — Continued. 


Preferential Tariff. 

i 

Treaty Rates. 

Total. 

Quantity . 

Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty Coll’d 


S 

1,401 

$ cts. 

280 20 


$ 

184 

141 

5,819 

24 

$ cts. 

50 60 
38 78 
1,600 25 
6 60 


$ 

1,618 

141 

7,020 

624 

552,117 

$ cts. 

340 70 
38 78 
1,960 55 
186 60 
165,635 10 



























1,401 

280 20 


6,168 

1,696 23 


561 , 520 

168,161 73 










35,034 

10,510 20 









1,832 

183 20 





1,832 

7,186 

183 20 
1,077 90 














1,832 

183 20 





9,018 

1,261 10 













23,887 

8,360 45 








Ton. 

6,812 

$ 

9,190 

$ cts. 

681 20 

Ton . 

% 

$ cts. 

Ton. 

6,812 

3,139,898 

fi 

9,190 

9,125,752 

$ cts. 

681 20 
439,585 72 










6,812 

9,190 

681 20 




3,146,710 

9,134,942 

440,266 92 




1,993 

4,477 

697 55 




1,993 

13,251,297 

4,477 

37,138,296 

697 55 
7,023,187 41 










1,993 

4,477 

697 55 




13,253,290 

.37,142 773 

7,023,884 96 




8,805 

13,667 

1,378 75 




16,400,000 

46,277,715 

7,464,151 88 





55.6 

1,435 

97 30 
251 14 





625 

1,435 

18 

288 

2,231 

114 55 
251 14 
4 50 
64 81 
557 75 















288 

64 81 















1,991 

348 44 


288 

64 81 


4,597 

992 75 




No. 



No. 



No. 

125,112 

3,683 

625 56 













38,950 

389,385 

429,538 

1,248 

13,504 

19,978 

292 13 
1,320 34 
3,221 64 

320,010 

10,910 

800 02 













320,010 

10,910 

800 02 




857,873 

34,730 

4,834 11 




320,010 

10,910 

800 02 




982,985 

38,413 

5,459 67 




Lb. 

6,452 

1,114,792 

821 

67,272 

225 82 
39,017 75 

Lb. 



Lb. 

9,052 

1,429,560 

32,600 

45,000 

31,118 

1,315 
99,932 
4,285 
6,969 
6,. 364 

342 82 
53,182 32 
1,467 00 
2,025 00 
1,400 31 















‘ 










1,121,244 

68,093 

39,243 57 




1,547,330 

118,865 

58,417 45 





11— i— 9| 


132 


CUSTOMS DEPARTMENT 


9 GEORGE V, A. 1919 
No. 22, — General Statement of Merchandise 


Articles. 


Dutiable Goods — Continued. 

Cocoa, etc., viz: — 

Cocoa butter 


Cocoa paste, or liquor, chocolate paste or liquor, 
not sweetened, in blocks or cakes. 


Cocoa paste or liquor, chocolate paste or liquor, 
sweetened, in blocks or cakes, not less than two 
pounds in weight. 


Cocoa or chocolate, preparations of, in powdered 
form. 


Cocoa beans not roasted, crushed or ground , . 

{See Free Goods.) 


Cocoa shells and nibs 


Cocoa or chocolate, preparations of, n.o.p., and 
confectionery coated with or containing choco- 
late. 


Total, cocoa, etc 


Coffee, viz: — 

Coffee, green, n.o.p 


Countries. 

General Tariff. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty. 


Lb. 

$ 

$ cts. 

United Kingdom . . . 

22,400 

5,936 

448 00 

B.W. Indies 




United States 

2,870,517 

725,651 

57,410 34 

Total 

2,892,917 

731,587 

57,858 34 

United Kingdom . . . 




United States 

12,900 

2,931 

516 00 

Total 

12,900 

2,931 

516,00 

TJnitftd TCin^doTYi 




United States 

135,755 

36,050 

6,108 97 

Total 

135,755 

36,050 

6, 108 97 

United Kingdom. . . 

360 

207 

56 93 

France 

220 

75 

20 63 

Holland 

123,092 

9,411 

2,588 03 

Switzerland 

799 

592 

162 80 

United States 

1,236,696 

249,687 

68,664 14 

Total 

1,361,167 

259,972 

71,492 53 


Cwt. 



B.W. Indies 

6,310 

• 77,747 

4,732 50 

B. Oceania, other. . . 

51 

831 

38 25 

Ecuador 

78 

991 

58 50 

United States 

64,127 

817,094 

48,095 25 

Venezuela 

500 

6,524 

375 00 

Total 

71,066 

903, 187 

53,299 50 


Lb. 



United States 

7,034 

284 

28 40 

United Kingdom 




Switzerland 

9,568 

2,990 

1,142 18 

United States 

119,531 

32, 528 

12,580 11 

Total 

129,099 

35,518 

13,722 29 



1,969,529 

203,026 03 



B. W. Indies 

4,346 

725 

202 88 

Brazil 

106,233 

10,880 

4,274 99 

Costa Rica 

150 

23 

6 80 

France 

271 

64 

14 53 

U. S. of Colombia. . 

24,281 

3,297 

1,058 13 

United States 

402,406 

54,196 

17,491 78 

Venezuela - 

2,001 

325 

92 53 

Total 

539,688 

69,510 

23,141 64 


TRADE REPORT— PART 1 


133 


SESSIONAL PAPER No. 11 

Imported for Home Consumption — Continued. 


Preferential Tariff. 

Treaty Rates. 

Total. 

Quantity . 

Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty Coll’d 

Lb. 

1,514,690 

33,600 

$ 

392,708 

12,441 

S cts. 

22,720 35 
504 00 

Lb. 

$ 

S cts. 

Lb. 

1,537,090 

33,600 

2,870,517 

$ 

398,644 

12,441 

725,651 

$ cts. 

23,168 35 
504 00 
57,410 34 







1,548,290 

405, 149 

23,224 35 




4,441,207 

1,136,736 

81,082 69 

6 

1 

0 21 




6 

12,900 

1 

2,931 

0 21 
516 00 







6 

1 

0 21 




12,906 

2,932 

516 21 

120 

33 

4 80 




120 

135,755 

36,050 

4 80 
6,108 97 







120 

33 

4 80 




135,875 

36,083 

6,113 77 

17,328 

5,490 

1,235 27 




17,688 

220 

123,092 

799 

1,236,696 

5,697 

75 

9,411 

592 

249,687 

1,292 20 
20 63 
2,588 03 
162 80 
68,664 14 

























17,328 

5,490 

1,235 27 




1,378,495 

265,462 

72,727 80 

Cwt . 



Cwt. 



Cwt. 

6,310 

51 

78 

64, 127 
500 

77,747 

831 

991 

817,094 

6,524 

4,732 50 
38 25 
58 50 
48,095 25 
375 00 





































71,066 

903, 187 

53,299 50 







Lb. 

; 


Lb. 



Lb. 

7,034 

284 

28 40 







5,533 

1,636 

423 46 




5,533 

9,568 

119,531 

1,636 

2,990 

32,528 

423 46 
1,142 18 
12,580 11 













5,533 

1,636 

423 46 




134,632 

37,154 

14,145 75 


412,309 

24,888 09 



, ^ 


2,381,838 

227,914 12 












4,346 

106,233 

150 

271 

24,281 

402,406 

2,001 

725 

10,880 

23 

64 

3,297 

54,196 

325 

202 88 
4,274 99 
6 80 
14 53 
1,058 13 
17,491 78 
92 53 



















, 






























539,688 

69,510 

23,141 64 








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9 GEORGE V, A. 1919 

No. 22. — General Statement of Merchandise 




General Tariff. 

Articles. 

Countries. 




Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty. 



Duti.\ble Goods — Continued. 


Lb. 

$ 

S cts. 

Coffee, viz: — Con. 

United Kingdom.... 




Coffee, green, imported direct from the Country of 

14,332 

2,000 

429 96 

gro^\-th and production or purchased in bond in 

-Aden 

8,400 

1,318 

252 00 

the United Kingdom. 

B. E. Indies other 

106, 16.5 

13,746 

3,184 95 

B. W. Indies 

43,408 

5,516 

1,.302 24 


.\rgentina 

19,250 

2,390 

577 50 


Brazil 

10,1.32,788 

396,089 

953,676 

54,078 

303,983 64 
11,882 67 


Costa Rica 


Dutch E. Indies. . 

75 , 999 

14,618 

2,279 97 


Guatemala 

951,412 

123,272 

28,. 542 .36 


Hawaii 

1,900 

297 

57 00 


Mexico., r 

600,926 

69,959 

18,027 78 


Nicaragua 

20,. 367 

2,434 

611 01 


Porto Rico 

50 

10 

1 50 


Salvador 

274,998 

32,900 

8,249 94 


U. S. of Colombia 

1,. 357, 496 

176,390 

40,724 88 


Venezuela 

569,900 

72,289 

17,097 00 


Total 

14,573,480 

1,. 524, 893 

437,204 40 

Coffee, extract of, n.o.p.,or substitute therefor of 
all kinds. 

United Kingdom.... 




United States 

75,411 

115,412 

4,524 66 


Total 

75,411 

115,412 

4,. 524 66 

Coffee, roasted or ground, when not imported direct 
from the country of growth and production. 

Franc© 

100 

25 

7 50 

United States 

426,. 546 

102,397 

31,. 567 00 


Total 

426,646 

102,422 

31,. 574 50 

Coffee, roasted or ground, and all imitations there- 
of and substitutes therefor, including acorn 
nuts, n.o.p. 

United Kingdom — 
R . W Tndips- 

215 

65 

10 75 

United States 

261,123 

76,2.37 

13,056 15 


Total 

261,338 

76,302 

13,066 90 

Coffee, condensed with milk 

United States 

10 

4 

1 40 

Total, coffee, etc 


15,886,573 

1,888,543 

.509,51.3 .50 





Doz. 

h 


Collars of cotton or linen, xylonite, xvolite or cellu- 

United Kingdom 

1,069 

2,118 

794 25 

loid. 

France 

2.38 

441 

165 .38 


Japan 

15 

53 

19 88 


Switzerland 

3,229 

5,222 

1,9.58 25 


United States 

20,868 

32,205 

12,077 00 


Total 

25,419 

40,039 

15,014 76 

Combs 



884 

,309 40 


Hong Kong 


104 

.36 40 


France.. 


1,1.35 

1,175 

112,157 

397 2.5 


Japan 


411 25 


United States 


39,2.54 95 





Total. 


115,45.5 

40,409 2.5 




Copper and manufactures of, viz: — 


Lb. 



Copper wire, plain, tinned or plated 

Hong Kong 

3 

2 

0 25 


United States 

68,081 

22,539 

2,817 58 


Total 

68,084 

22,541 

2,817 83 


TRADE REPORT— PART I 


135 


SESSIONAL PAPER No. 11 

Imported for Home Consumption — Continued. 


Preferential Tariff. 

Treaty Rates. 

Total. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity. 

Duty. 

Duty Coll’d 

Lb. 

5, 92.5 

$ 

638 

$ cts. 

1.33 31 

Lb. 

% 

S cts. 

Lb. 

20, 257 
8,400 
106, 165 
2,040,875 
19,250 
10, 1.32, 788 
396, 089 
75,999 
951,412 
1,900 
600, 926 
20,. 367 
50 

274.998 
1,357, 496 
569,900 

S 

2,6.38 
1,318 
13,746 
226,. 3.59 
2,390 
9.5.3,676 
54,078 
14,618 
12.3,272 
297 
69,959 
2,4.34 
10 

32,900 
176,390 
72, 289 

% cts. 

56.3 27 
252 00 
3, 184 95 
46,24.5 29 
577 50 
303,98.3 01 
11,882 67 
2,279 97 
28,. 542 36 
.57 00 
18,027 78 
611 01 
1 50 
8,249 94 
40, 724 88 
17,097 00 










1,997,467 

220,843 

44,943 05 















































































2,003,392 

221,481 

45,076 36 




16,576,872 

1,746,. 374 

482,280 76 




2,583 

1,032 

129 15 




2,583 

75,411 

1,032 

115,412 

129 15 
4,524 66 










2,583 

1,032 

129 15 




77,994 

116,444 

4,653 81 










100 

426,546 

25 

102,397 

7 50 
31,567,00 



















426, 646 

102,422 

31,574 50 







100 

25 

22 

7 

4 00 
1 00 




315 

25 

87 

7 

76,237 

14 75 
1 00 
13,056 15 







261,123 







125 

29 

5 00 




261,463 

76,331 

13,071 90 










10 

4 

1 40 







2,006,100 

222,. 542 

45,210 51 




17,892,673 

2,111,085 

5.54,724 01 




Doz. 

15,458 

17,573 

4,393 25 

Doz. 



Doz. 

16,527 

238 

15 

3,229 

20,868 

19,691 
441 
5.3 
5,222 
32, 205 

5, 187 50 
165 38 
19 88 
1,958 2.5 
12,077 00 









, 



















15,458 

17,573 

4,. 393 25 




40,877 

57,612 

19,408 01 





53, 608 

12,062 


696 

9 

120 

3,401 

226 20 
2 93 
39 00 
1,105 37 


55, 188 
113 
1,255 
4,576 
112,157 

12,597 82 
39 3.3 
4.36 25 
1,516 62 
39,254 95 



























53,608 

12,062 22 

- 

4,226 

1,373 50 


173,289 

53,844 97 




Lb. 



Lb. 



Lb. 

3 

68,081 

2 

22,539 

0 25 
2,817 58 












. 

/ 






68,084 

22,641 

2,817 83 








136 


CUSTOMS DEPARTMEXT 


9 GEORGE V, A. 1919 

No. 22. — General Statement of Merchandise' 


Articles . 


Dutiable Goods — Continued. 

Copper, manufactures of — Con. 

Copper wire cloth, or woven wire of copper. 


Copper, all other manufactures of, n.o.p. 


Total, copper and manufactures of. 


Cordage, viz.; — 

Cordage, cotton of all kinds. 


Cordage and twines of all kinds, n.o.p. 


Total, cordage and twines. 


Cork and manufactures of, viz.: — 

Corks, manufactured from corkwood, over three- 
fourths of an inch in diameter measured at the 
larger end . 


Corks, manufactured from corkwood, three- 
fourths of an inch and less in diameter measured 
at the larger end. 


Cork slabs, boards, planks and tiles produced 
from cork waste or granulated or ground cork. 


Manufactures of corkwood or cork bark, n.o.p., 
including strips, shives, shells and washers of 
cork. 


Countries. 


United States. 


United Kingdom. 

Hong Kong 

Newfoundland. . . . 

Japan 

United States 


Total. 


United Kingdom 

Japan ; 

United States 


Total. 


United Kingdom. 

Hong Kong 

Newfoundland 

Japan 

United States 


Total. 


United Kingdom. 

France 

Japan 

Portugal 

Spain 

United States.... 


Total. 


Spain 

United States. 


Total . 


Total, cork and manufactures of. 


United Kingdom. 

France 

Japan 

Portugal 

Spain 

United States. . . . 


Total. 


General Tariff. 


Quantity. Value. Dutj’ 


Lb. 

723 

5,724 

148,352 


154,799 


6,667 

235 

200 

22,920 

1,314,747 


1,344,769 


1,499,568 


United Kingdom... 

4 

1 

Portugal 

49,270 

15,266 

Spain 

20,435 

7,557 

United States 

12,509 

11,590 

Total 

82,218 

34,414 


4,674 


201 

200 

12 

261,297 


261,710 


288,925 


142 

745 

55,604 


56,491 


1,445 

43 

20 

3,804 

284,516 


289,828 


346,319 


22,513 

22,792 

1,125 

65 

30 

' 3 

1 

50 

22 

49 

1 

10 

169,722 

41,510 

8,486 

10 

66,803 

. 19,176 

3,340 

15 

37,619 

26,668 

1,880 

95 

296,709 

110,198 

14,835 

45 


47,715 

37,929 


85,644 


10 

18 

3 

3,614 

3,389 

104,315 


111,349 


341,605 


$ cts. 
1,168 50 


60 30 
60 00 
3 60 
78,389 10 


78,513 00 


82,499 33 


35 50 
186 25 
13,901 00 


14,122 75 


361 25 
10 75 
5 00 
951 00 
71,129 00 


72,457 00 


86,579 75 


0 32 
3,941 60 
1,634 80 
1,000 72 


6,577 44 


14,314 50 
11,378 70 


25,693 20 


2 00 
3 60 
0 60 
722 80 
677 80 
20,863 00 


22,269 80 


69,375 89 


TRADE REPORT— PART I 


137 


SESSIONAL PAPER No. 11 

Imported for Home Consumption — Continued. 


Preferential Tariff. 

Treaty Rates. 

Total. 

Quality. 

Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty Coll’d 


% 

$ cts. 


$ 

$ cts. 


$ 

4,674 

$ cts. 
1,168 50 









8,657 

1,731 40 


1 



8,657 

207 

200 

275 

261,297 

1,731 40 
61 95 
60 00 
75 95 
78,389 10 



6 

1 65 











263 

72 35 















8,657 

1,731 40 


269 

74 00 


270, 636 

80,318 40 





8,657 

1,731 40 


269 

74 00 


297,851 

84,304 73 




Lb. 

79, 145 

22,913 

4,582 60 

Lb. 



Lb. 

79,868 

5,724 

148,352 

23,055 

745 

55,604 

4,618 10 
186 25 
13,901 00 
















79, 145 

22,913 

4,582 60 




233,944 

79,404 

18,705 35 




1,834,577 

'295, 002 

59,000 40 




1,841,244 
235 
200 
22, 920 
1,314,747 

296,447 

43 

20 

3,804 

284,516 

59,361 65 
10 75 
5 00 
951 00 
71,129 00 















• 













1,834,577 

295, 002 

59, 000 40 




3,179,346 

584,830 

131,457 40 




1,913,722 

317,915 

63,583 00 




3,413,290 

664,234 

150,162 75 




410 

309 

16 40 




22,923 

30 

22 

169,722 
66,803 
■ 37,619 

23,101 

3 

49 

41,510 

19,176 

26,668 

1,142 05 
1 50 
1 10 
8,486 10 
3,340 15 
1,880 95 


































410 

309 

16 40 




297,119 

110,507 

14,851 85 




258 

280 

15 48 




262 

49,270 

20,435 

12,509 

281 

15,266 

7,557 

11,590 

15 80 
3,941 60 
1,634 80 
1,000 72 






















258 

280 

15 48 




82,476 

34,694 

6,592 92 











47,715 

37,929 

14,314 50 
11,378 70 






















85,644 

25,693 20 









3,216 

482 40 





3,226 

18 

3 

3,614 

3,389 

104,315 

484 41 
3 60 
0 60 
722 80 
677 80 
20,863 00 










































3,216 

482 40 





114,565 

22,752 20 







3,805 

514 28 





345,410 

69,890 17 







138 


CUSTOMS DEPA RTMEXT 


9 GEORGE V, A. 1919 
No. 22. — Gexer.\l Statement of ^Merchandise 


Articles. 


Dutiable Goods — Continued. 
Corsets of all kinds 


Corset clasps, busks, blanks and steels, and covered 
corset wires cut to length, tipped or untipped ; 
reed, rattan and horn covered 


Costumes and scenery, theatrical.. 

Cotton, manufactures of, viz.; — 

Duck, grey or white, n.o.p., weighing over 8 oz. 
per square yard. 


Embroideries, white and cream coloured. 


Gray, unbleached cotton fabrics 


White or bleached cotton fabrics 


Towelling, in the web 


Fabrics, printed, dyed or coloured, n.o.p 



General Tariff. 

1 * 









Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty. 



$ 

$ cts. 

T'^nitpH TCin^Hom . . . 


38 

13 .30 

France 


111 

38 85 

United States 


.367,118 

128,491 .30 

Total 


367,267 

128,54.3 45 

United States 


16,423 

5,748 05 

United States 


13,243 

1,969 99 


Yd. 



L' nited Kingdom . . . 

2,284 

1,808 

361 60 

France 

.516 

2.37 

47 40 

United States 

2,498,722 

1,951,677 

.390,3.35 40 

Total 

2,. 501, 522 

1,953,722 

390,744 40 

United Kingdom. . . 


1,664 

332 80 

B. Straits Settle- 




ments 


18 

3 60 

France 




Italy 


148 

29 60 

•Japan 



1 00 

Switzerland 


5,302 

1,060 40 

United Stales 


194,677 

.38,9.35 40 

Total 


201,814 

40,362 80 

United Kingdom. . 

10,833 

1,301 

.325 25 

United States 

7,865,778 

1,041,172 

260,293 00 

Total 

7,876,611 

1,042,473 

260,618 25 

United Kingdom.. 

105,151 

13,063 

3,265 75 

B. Straits Settle- 




ments 

70 

34 

8 50 

Bong Kong 

219 

109 

27 25 

F ranee 

8,105 

843 

210 7.5 

Italy 

130 

36 

9 00 

•Japan 

40,388 

4,999 

1,249 75 

Switzerland 

33,052 

7,. 539 

1,884 75 

United States 

15,206,891 

1,904,319 

476,079 75 

Total 

15,394,006 

1,9.30,942 

482,7.35 50 

United Kingdom. . 

11,193 

1,029 

257 25 

•Japan 

4,463 

199 

49 75 

United States 

3.50, 965 

32,036 

8,009 00 

Total 

366,621 

.33,264 

8,316 00 

United Kingdom 

358,462 

96, 754 

31,445 05 

Hong Kong 

666 

215 

69 88 

France 

38,895 

7,265 

2,361 13 

Italy 

78,987 

37,191 

12,087 08 

Japan 

221,805 

34,723 

11,284 98 

Switzerland 

1,892 

888 

288 60 

United States 

35, 704,550 

5,880, 954 

1,911,312 84 

Total 

.36,405,257 

6,057,990 

1,968,849 56 


TRADE REPORT— PART I 


139 


SESSIONAL PAPER No. 11 

Imported for Home Consumption — Continued. 


Preferential Tariff. 

Treaty Rates. 

Total. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty. . 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty Coll’d 


S 

6,295 

S ct.s. 
1,573 75 


-S 

125 

22 

$ cts. 

40 62 
7 15 


S 

6,458 

133 

367,118 

1 cts. 

1,627 67 
46 00 
128,491 30 

















6,295 

1,57.3 75 


147 

47 77 


373,709 

130,164 97 





• 






16,42.3 

5,748 05 















13,24.3 

1,969 99 








Yd. 

681,981 

352,677 

52,901 55 

Yd. 



Yd. 

684,26.5 

516 

2,498,722 

354,485 

237 

1,951,677 

5.3,26.3 15 
47 40 
390,335 40 















681,981 

352,677 

52,901 55 




3, 183,. 503 

2, 306,. 399 

443,645 95 





11,3.33 

1,416 77 


104,279 

18,248 83 


117 276 
18 

26,525 

148 

85 

405,296 

194,677 

19,998 40 

3 60 
4,641 88 
29 60 
15 00 
71,059 65 
38,9.35 40 








26,. 525 

4,641 88 











80 

399,994 

14 00 
69,999 25 





















11,3.33 

1,416 77 


530,878 

92,903 96 


744,025 

134,683 53 



8,366,427 

642,220 

96,333 00 




8,377,260 
7,865, 778 

643,. 521 
1,041,172 

96,658 2.5 
260,293 00 










8,366,427 

642,220 

96,3.3.3 00 




16,243,038 

1,684,693 

.356,951 25 




17,109,997 

1,900,1.36 

.332,525 54 




17,215,148 

70 

219 

8,105 

1.30 

40.. 388 

33.0. 52 
15,206,891 

1,913,199 

34 

109 

843 

36 

4,999 

7,539 

1,904,319 

335,791 29 

8 50 
27 25 

210 75 

9 00 
1,249 75 
1,884 75 

476,079 75 










































17,109,997 

1,900,136 

332,. 525 54 




32,. 504, 003 

3,831,078 

815,261 04 




2,815,472 

250,489 

43,8.36 23 




2,826,665 

4,463 

350,965 

251,518 

199 

32,036 

44,093 48 
49 75 
8,009 00 














2,815,472 

250,489 

43,8.36 2.3 




3,182,09.3 

283,75.3 

52,152 2.3 




27,081,727 

4,74.3,079 

1,185,769 75 




27,440,189 

666 

.38,895 

78,987 

221,805 

1,892 

35,704,550 

4,839,833 
215 
7,265 
37,191 
34,723 
888 
5,880, 954 

1,217,214 80 
69 88 
2,. 361 13 
12,087 08 
11,284 98 
288 60 
1,911,312 84 







































27,081,727 

4,743,079 

1, 185,769 75 




6.3,486,984 

10,801,069 

3,154,619 31 





140 


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9 GEORGE V, A. 19^9 
No. 22. — General Statement of Merchandise 


Articles. 


Dutiable Goods — Continued. 

Cottort, manufactures of — Con. 

Jeans, coutilles, and sateens imported by corset 
and dress stay manufacturers, for use exclusively 
for the manufacture of such articles in their own 
factories. 


Handkerchiefs. 


Batts, batting and sheet wadding. 


Bobbinet (white cotton) plain, in the web. 


Knitting, yarn, hoisery yarn or other cotton yarn, 
dyed or not, n.o.p. 


Cotton warps.. 
Seamless bags. 


Sheets, bed quilts, pillow cases and damask of 
cotton in the piece, including uncoloured table 
cloths or napkins of cotton. 


Countries. 


General Tariff. 



Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty. 

United Kingdom.... 

Yd. 

$ 

$ cts. 

United States 

264, 696 

62,826 

12,565 20 

Total 

264,696 

62,826 

12,565 20 

United Kingdom.... 


2,280 

25 

43 

1,113 

798 00 
8 75 
15 05 
■'389,55 

Hong Kong 


France 


Italy. 


Japan 


Portugal 


2,307 
21 
121 
70, 772 

807 45 
7 35 
42 35 
24, 770 20 

Spain 


Switzerland 


United States 


Total 



76,682 

26,838 70 

United Kingdom.... 


Lb. 



Japan 

8,706 

266,565 

1,419 

49,527 

354 75 
12,381 75 

United States 

Total 

275, 271 

50,946 

12,736 50 

United Kingdom 

France 

Yd. 

212 

57 

14 25 

United States 

8,880 

' 2,385 

596 25 

Total 

9,092 

2,442 

610 50 

United Kingdom 

France 

Lb. 

155, 767 
410 
18 

1,457,973 

83, 195 
261 
13 

710,364 

20,798 75 
65 25 

177,591 00 

Japan 

United States 

Total 

1,614,168 

793,833 

198,458 25 

United States 


10,251 

2,562 75 

United Kingdom.... 





United States 


14,710 

2,942 00 

Total 



14,710 

2,942 00 

United Kingdom.... 



12,143 

27 

1 

3,287 

4,079 

267 

2,479 

6,872 

80,411 

20,812 

316 

2,341 

183,042 

3,642 90 
8 10 

0 30 
986 10 
1,223 70 
80 10 
743 70 
2,061 60 
24, 123 30 
6,243 60 
94 80 
702 30 
54,912 60 

B. India 


B. Straits Settle- 
ments 


Hong Kong 


Azores and Madeira. 


China 


France 


Italy 


Japan 


Portugal 


Spain 


Switzerland 


United States 


Total 



316,077 

94,823 10 




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Imported for Home Consumption — Continued. 


Preferential Tariff. 

Treaty Rates. 

Total. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty Coll’d 

Yd. 

172,635 

$ 

34,223 

cts. 
4,277 94 

Yd. 

S 

$ cts. 

Yd. 

172,635 

264,696 

$ 

34,223 

62,826 

S cts. 

4,277 94 
12,565 20 










172,635 

34,223 

4,277 94 




437,331 

97,049 

16,843 14 





647,407 

161,851 75 


14,178 

4,607 85 


663,865 

25 

2,427 

1,113 

3,055 

2,307 

21 

83,065 

70,772 

167,257 60 
8 75 
789 85 
389 55 
992 88 
807 45 
7 35 
26,999 20 
24,770 20 








2,384 

774 80 











3,055 

992 88 








- 










.. 82,944 

26,956 85 
















647,407 

161,851 75 


102,561 

33,332 38 


826,650 

222,022 83 




Lb. 

220 

65 

11 38 

Lb. 



Lb. 

220 

8,706 

266,565 

65 

1,419 

49,527 

11 38 
354 75 
12,381 75 
















220 

65 

11 38 




275,491 

51,011 

12,747 88 




Yd. 

112,851 

23,314 

3,497 10 

Yd. 



Yd. 

113,063 

272 

8,880 

23,371 

124 

2,385 

3,511 35 
27 90 
596 25 

272 

124 

27 90 










112,851 

23,314 

3,497 10 

272 

124 

27 90 

122,215 

25,880 

4,135 50 

Lb. 

237,253 

165,597 

28,979 59 

Lb. 



Lb. 

393,020 

410 

18 

1,457,973 

248,792 

261 

13 

710,364 

49,778 34 
65 25 

"i 9*; 

177,591 00 






















237,253 

165,597 

28,979 59 




1,851,421 

959,430 

227,437 84 











10,251 

2,562 75 









13 

1 95 





13 

14,710 

1 95 
2,942 00 














13 

1 95 





14,723 

2,943 95 







821,672 

164,334 40 





833,815 

27 

1 

3,287 

4,079 

267 

2,479 

6,872 

80,411 

20,812 

316 

2,341 

183,042 

167,977 30 
8 10 

0 30 
986 10 
1,223 70 
80 10 
743 70 
2,061 60 
24,123 30 
6,243 60 
94 80 
702 30 
54,912 60 



























































































821,672 

164,334 40 





1,137,749 

259, 157 50 







% 


142 


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9 GEORGE V, A. 1919 
Xo. 22. — General Statement of Merchandise 


Articles. 


Dutuble Goods — Continued. 

Cotton, manufactures of — Con. 

Shirts of cotton 


Sewing thread on spools 


Sewing cotton thread on hanks 


Crochet and knitting cotton 


All other cotton thread, n.o.p 


General Tariff. 


C ountries. 



Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty. 


Doz. 

S 

S cts. 

United Kingdom — 

29 

187 

65 45 

Hong Kong 

6 

33 

11 55 

China 

2 

34 

11 90 

Japan 

2,262 

4,750 

1,662 50 

United States 

-68,285 

361,746 

126,611 10 

Total 

60,584 

366, 750 

128,. 362 .50 

United Kingdom.... 


358 

89 50 

TTonp TConp 


11 

2 75 

Franop 


940 

235 00 

Japan 


7 

1 75 

United States 


253,734 

63,4.33 50 

Total 


255,050 

63,762 50 


Lb. 



United Kingdom 

7, 255 

10,890 

1,089 00 

United States 

307, 486 

266,446 

26,644 60 

Total 

314,741 

277,336 

27,733 60 

y* 

United Kingdom.... 

530 

457 

114 25 

France 




Japan 

10 

2 

0 50 

United States 

149, 111 

89,628 

22,407 00 

, Total 

149,651 

90, 087 

22,521 75 

F'nited Kingdom.... 

17 

13 

3 25 

Hong Kong 

25 

9 

2 25 

France 

318 

134 

33 50 

Japan 

40 

21 

5 25 

United States 

95, 7-18 

74,287 

18,571 75 

Total 

96, 148 

74,464 

18,616 00 


Clothing, n.o.p 


Blouses and shirt waists 


United Kingdom 

Hong Kong 


4,081 
52. 
153 
5, 514 
4 
14 

15,78f 

423 

50 

1,353 

1,802,132 

China. 


France 


Hawaii 


Italy 


Japan 


Portugal 


?pain 


.■Switzerland 


United States 


Total 



1,830,042 


1,428 35 
185 15 
53 55 
' 1,929 to 
1 40 
4 £0 
5,526 15 
148 05 
17 50 
473 55 
630,746 20 


640,514 70 


United Kingdom... 

France 

United States 


82 

810 

159,208 


28 70 
283 50 
55,722 80 


160, 100 


56,0.35 00 


Total. 


TRADE REPORT— PART I 


143 


SESSIONAL’ PAPER No. 11 

Imported for Home Consumption — Continued. 


Preferential Tariff. 

Treaty Rates. 

Total. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty Coll’d 

Doz. ^ 
6,831 

S 

38,902 

$ cts. 

9,725 50 

Doz. 

S 

S cts. 

Doz. 

6,860 

6 

2 

2,704 

58,285 

% 

39,089 

33 

34 
7,966 

361 , 746 

1 $ cts. 

9,790 95 
11 55 
11 90 
2,707 71 
126,611 10 













44.'^ 

3,216 

1,045 21 










6,831 

38,902 

9,725 50 

442 

3,216 

1,045 21 

67,857 

408,868 

139,133 21 


237,788 

41,613 08 


177 

39 93 


238,323 

11 

1,002 

45 

253,734 

41,742 51 
2 75 
248 95 
10 20 
63,433 50 








62 

38 

13 95 
8 45 




















237,788 

41,613 08 


277 

62 33 


493,115 

105,437 91 




Lb. 

505,770 

491,460 

36,859 63 

Lb. 



Lb. 

513,025 

307,486 

502,350 

266,446 

37,948 63 
26,644 60 










505,770 

491,460 

36,859 63 




820,511 

768,796 

64,593 23 




217,839 

284,269 

49,747 20 




218,369 

35 

223 

149,111 

284,726 

20 

57 

89,628 

49,861 45 
4 50 
12 88 
22,407 00 

35 

213 

20 

55 

4 50 
12 38 










217,839 

284,269 

49,747 20 

248 

75 

16 88 

367,738 

374,431 

7J,^85 83 

17,, •'29 

44,099 

2,4^7 40 

85 

t 

81 

18 23 

17,331 

25 

318 

40 

95,748 

14,193 

9 

134 

21 

74,287 

2,488 88 
2 25 
33 50 
5 25 
18,571 75 

























17,229 

14,099 

2,467 40 

85 

81 

18 23 

113,462 

88,644 

21,101 63 


245, 134 

61,283 50 


11,19 
■ 16 

3,639 05 
5 20 


260,412 

545 

153 

29,750 

4 

14 

57,6.39 

423 

50 

2,318 

1,802,132 

66,. 350 90 
190 35 
53 55 
9,806 60 
1 40 
4 90 
19,127 45 
148 05 
17 50 
787 18 
6.30,746 20 













24,236 

7,876 70 











41,850 






13,601 30 


















965 

313 63 















245,134 

61,283 50 


78,264 

25,4.35 88 


2,153,440 

727,2.34 08 





3,728 

932 00 


35 

640 

11 38 
208 00 


3,845 

1,450 

159,208 

972 08 
491 50 
.55,722 80 

















3,728 

932 00 


675 

219 38 


164,503 

.57, 186 38 





144 


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9 GEORGE V, A. 1 91 9 

No. 22.— General Statement of Merchandise 


Articles. 


Dutiable Goods — Continued. 

Cotton, manufactures of — Con. 

Cotton b^smade up by the use of the needle, not 
otherwise provided for. 


Lampwicks. 


Lace, white and cream coloured. 


Shawls. 


Socks and stockings. 


Tape of cotton not over Ij" in width. 


Tape, not dyed or coloured. 


Tape, dyed or coloured. 


Countries. 


United Kingdom. 

Hong Kong 

Japan 

United States 


Total. 


United Kingdom. 
United States 


Total. 


United Kingdom. 

B. India.- 

China 

France 

Italy 

Japan 

Portugal 

Switzerland 

United States 


Total. 


United Kingdom. 
United States 


Total. 


United Kingdom . . . 

Hong Kong 

France 

Japan 

United States 

Total 


United Kingdom. 

Japan 

United States 


Total. 


United Kingdom. 
United States 


Total. 


United Kingdom. 

France 

Japan 

United States 


Total. 


General Tariff. 


Quantity. Value. Duty 


Doz. pr. 
1,281 
225 
26 
3,702 
824,727 


829,961 


70 

1,713 

192,581 


194,364 


81 

32,755 


32,836 


3,959 

4 

8,377 

1,368 

807 

75 

11 

401 

97,611 


112,613 


493 


493 


2,060 

213 

92 

4,241 

1,416,308 


1,422,914 


3,112 

260 

120,265 


123,637 


21,098 


21,098 


10 

23 

29 

6,929 

6,991 


$ cts. 


24 50 
599 55 
67,403 35 


68,027 40 


20 25 
8,188 75 


8,209 00 


791 80 
0 80 
1,675 40 
273 60 
161 40 
15 00 
2 20 
80 20 
19,522 20 


22,522 60 


172 55 


172 55 


721 00 
74 55 
32 20 
1,484 35 
495,707 80 


498,019 90 


1,089 20 
91 00 
42,092 75 


43,272 95 


5,274 50 


5,274 50 


3 25 
7 48 
9 43 
2,252 00 

2,272 16 


TRADE REPORT— PART I 


145 


SESSIONAL PAPER No. 11 


Imported for Home Consumption — Continued. 


Preferential Tariff. 

Treaty Rates. 

Total. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty Coll’d 


S 

20,556 

S cts. 
5, 139 00 


8 

S cts. 


S 

20,556 

70 

1,713 

192,581 

S cts. 

5, 139 00 
24 50 
599 55 
67,403 35 













• 















20,556 

5,1.39 00 





214,920 

73, 166 40 







4,987 

872 75 





5,068 

32,775 

893 00 
8,188 75 














4,987 

872 75 





37,823 

9,081 75 







544,584 

68,073 73 


102,935 

18,013 63 


651,478 

4 

8,377 

30,004 

1,116 

9,728 

11 

163,975 

97,611 

86,879 16 
0 80 
1,675 40 
5,284 90 
215 48 
1,704 28 
2 20 
28,706 08 
19,522 20 












28,636 
309 
9, 653 

5,011 30 
54 08 
1,689 28 





















163,574 

28,625 88 















544,584 

68,073 73 


305, 107 

53,394 17 


962,304 

143.990 50 


22,262 

5,565 50 


359 

116 68 


22,621 

493 

5,682 18 
172 55 









22,262 

5,. 565 50 


359 

116 68 


23,114 

5,854 73 

Doz. pr. 
83,481 

199,540 

49,885 00 

Doz. pr. 



Doz. pr. 
84,762 
225 
26 
3,702 
824,727 

201,600 

213 

92 

4,241 

1,416,308 

50,606 00 
74 55 
32 20 
1,484 35 
495,707 80 







\ 


















83,481 

199,540 

49,885 00 

✓ 



913,442 

1,622,454 

547,904 90 


50,287 

12,571 75 





53,399 

260 

120,265 

13,660 95 
91 00 
42,092 75 





















50,287 

12,571 75 





173,924 

55,844 70 







6,431 

1,125 44 





6,431 

21,098 

1,125 44 
5,274 50 














6,431 

1,125 44 





27,529 

6,399 94 

* 






4,170 

1,,042 50 





4,180 

23 

29 

6,929 

1,045 75 
7 48 
9 43 
2,252 00 




























4,170 

1,042 50 





11,161 

3,314 66 







11— i— 10 




146 


CUSTOMS DEPARTMENT 

9 GEORGE V, A. 19 !g 

Xo. 22 . — General Statement of Merchandise 


Articles. 


Dutiable Goods — Continued. 


Cotton, manufactures of — Con. 
Towels 


Undershirts and drawers. 


Uncoloured cotton fabrics, bleached, viz.: — 
.Scrims and window scrims, cambric cloths, 
muslin apron checks, brilliants, cords, piques, 
diapers, lenos, Swiss jaconet and cambric 
muslins and plain striped or checked lawns. 


Velvet, velveteens, and plush fabrics, n.o.p.. 


Manufactures of cotton of which cotton is compo- United Kingdom 


Countries. 


United Kingdom. .. 

Hong Kong 

Azores and Madeira, 

Italy 

.Japan 

Portugal 

Spain 

United States 


Total. 


United Kingdom. 

France 

Japan 

Switzerland 

United States 


Total.. 


United Kingdom. 
United States 


Total. 


United Kingdom. 

France 

Japan 

Switzerland 

United States 


Total. 


nent material of chief value, n.o.p. 


Hong Kong 
Azores and Madeira 

China 

France 

Italy 

Japan 

Portugal ^ . . . . 

Spain 

Switzerland 

United States 


T otal . 


Total, cotton and manufactures of. 
Crapes, black, mourning 


Cuffs of cotton, linen, xylonite, xyolite or celluloid. 


United Kingdom. 

France 

United States 


Total. 


United Kingdom.. 
United States 


Total. 


General Tariff. 


Quantity. Value. Duty 


Yd. 


12,000 

29,676 


41,676 


Pair. 


523 


523 


1, 705 
2 
74 
217 
/36, 168 
99 


148,416 


186,688 


351 
254 
42,481 
3,749 
555 , 488 


602,323 


356 

3,187 


3,543 


18,581 

10,514 

3, 154 

20 

9,445 

6,256 

1,876 

80 

464 

266 

79 

80 

383,888 

397,818 

119,345 

40 

412,378 

414,854 

124,456 

20 


1 , 


4,679 

79 

729 

62 

7,500 

549 

31,325 

4,341 

18 

2,384 

166,908 


1,218,574 


19,942,729 


264 


264 


94 


cts. 


511 50 
0 60 
22 20 
65 10 
10,850 40 
29 70 
2 10 
44,524 80 


56,006 40 


122 85 
88 90 
14,868 .35 
1,312 15 
194,420 80 


210,813 05 


89 00 
796 75 


885 75 


1,637 65 
27 65 
255 15 
21 70 
2,625 00 
192 15 
10,963 75 
1,519 35 
6 30 
834 40 
408,417 80 


426,500 90 


5,927,142 92 


52 80 


52 80 


35 25 


35 25 


TRADE REPORT— PART 1 


147 


SESSIONAL PAPER No. 11 


Imported for Home Consumption — Continued. 


Preferential Tariff. 

Treaty Rates. 

Total. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

DutyColl’d 


S 

252,660 

$ cts. 

50,532 00 


$ 

$ cts. 


$ 

254,365 

2 

74 

217 

36,168 

99 

7 

148,416 

$ cts. 

51,043 50 
0 60 
22 20 
65 10 
10,850 40 
29 70 
2 10 
44,524 80 
























































252,660 

50,532 00 





439,348 

106,538 40 







19,540 

4,396 58 





. 19,891 

254 
42,481 
3,749 
555,488 

4,519 43 
88 90 
14,868 35 
1,312 15 
194,420 80 



































19,540 

4,396 58 





621,863 

215,209 63 






Yd. 

1,538,906 

56,565 

9,898 97 

' Yd. 



Yd. 

1,550,906 

29,676 

56,921 

3,187 

'9,987 97 
796 75 










1,538,906 

56,565 

, 9,898 97 




1,580,582 

60, 108 

10,784 72 





3,686,021 

N 

1,800,507 

315,089 47 

66,136 

266,636 

7,025 

702 

55, 437 
159,343 
5,038 
706 

15,245 18 
43,819 75 
1,385 45 
194 15 

3,770,738 

276,081 

7,489 

702 

383,888 

1,866,458 

165,599 

5,304 

706 

397,818 

333,488 85 
45,696 55 
1,465 25 
194 15 
119,345 40 
















3,686,021 

1,800,507 

315,089 47 

340,499 

220,524 

60,644 53 

4,438,898 

2,435,885 

500,190 20 


155,982 

38,995 50 





160,661 
79 
729 
. 62 
7,500 
549 
31,325 
4,341 
18 
2,. 384 
1,106,908 

40,633 15 
27 65 
255 15 
21 70 
2,625 00 
192 15 
10,963 75 
1,519 35 
6 30 
834 40 
408,417 80 













































































155,982 

38,995 50 





1,374,556 

465,496 40 







14,045,676 

2,841,553 45 


1,242,141 

267,217 53 


35,230,546 

3,035,913 90 






4,006 

575 78 


524 

1,056 

91 70 
289 82 


5, 130 
1 , 656 
264 

667 48 
289 82 
52 SO 

















4,606 

575 78 


2, 180 

381 52 


7,050 

1,010 10 




Pair. 

14-1 

23 

5 75 

Pair. 



Pair. 

144 

523 

23 

94 

0 75 
35 25 










144 

23 

5 75 




667 

117 

41 00 





11— i— 10| 


148 


CUSTOMS DEPART2IEXT 


9 GEORGE V, A. 1919 
No. 22. — General Statement of Merchandise 


Articles. 


Dutl\ble Goods — Continued. 


Curling stones and handles therefor. 
(See Free Goods). 


Curtains and shams when made up, trimmed or un- 
trimmed. 


Cyclometers, pedometers and speedometers. 

Drugs, dyes, chemicals, medicines, viz.: — 
Acetone and amyl acetate 


Acids — Acetic and pyroligneous, n.o.p., not exceed- 
ing proof strength... 


Acetic and pyroligneous, in excess of strength of 
proof. 


Countries. 


United States. 


United Kingdom. 
Hong Kong. ...... 

China 

France 

Japan 

Switzerland 

United States 


Total. 


United States. 


United States. 


United Kingdom. 
United States 


Total. 


United Kingdom. 
United States 


Total. 


Acid acetic and pyroligneous, crude, of any 
strength not exceeding 30 per cent United States. 


Acid phosphate, not medicinal. 


Acid muriatic. 


Acid nitric. 


Acid stearic. 


Acid sulphuric. 


Acid other, n.o.p. 


Albumen blood, egg albumen and egg yolk. 


United Kingdom. 
United States 


T otal . 


United States. 


United States. 


L’nited States. 


United States. 


United Kingdom 

Switzerland 

United States 


Total. 


United Kingdom. 

China 

Japan 

United States 


T otal . 


General Tariff. 


Quantity. Value. Duty 


Pair. 


Gal. 


84 


84 


10 

5,752 


10 


708 

7 

33 

57 

448 


141,794 


143,047 


S cts. 
1 00 


247 80 
2 45 
11 55 
19 95 
156 80 


49,627 90 


50,066 45 


204,619 51,154 75 


15,704 


51 


51 


5,762 


1,735 


Lb. 


2,559,432 


2,559,432 


84,289 


84,406 


200,080 


392,678 


3,325 

5 

814,787 


818,117 


34 

55,175 


55,209 


1,168 


205,469 


205,469 


6,639 


10,330 


38,496 


17,791 


2,290 

103 

271,651 


274,044 


3,180 

50,816 

324 

120,916 

175,236 


4,711 20 


12 60 


12 60 >• 


18 70 
10,737 71 


10,756 41 


292 00 


41,093 80 


41,093 80 


210 72 


2,324 35 


7,699 20 


981 80 


515 25 
23 18 
61,122 17 


61,660 60 


318 00 
5,081 60 
32 40 
12,091 60 

17,523 60 


TRADE REPORT— PART I 


149 


SESSIONAL PAPER No. 11 


Imported for Home Consumption — Continued. 


Preferential Tariff. 

Treaty Rates. 

Total. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty Coll’d 

Pair. 

$ 

$ cts. 

Pair. 

$ 

S cts. 

Pair. 

1 

$ 

10 

S cts. 
1 00 








192,410 

48, 102 50 


9,713 

3,156 81 


202,831 

7 

33 
793 
6,114 
5, 756 
141,794 

51,507 11 
2 45 
11 55 
259 15 
1,998 25 
1,870 70 
49,627 90 












736 

239 20 
1,841 45 
1,870 70 






5,666 

5,756 




















192,410 

48,102 50 


21,871 

7,108 16 


357,328 

105,277 11 








204,619 

51,154 75 















15,704 

4,711 20 








GaL 

2 

12 

0 20 

Gal. 



Gal. 

2 

84 

12 

51 

0 20 
12 60 







2 

12 

0 20 


\ 


86 

63 

12 80 

26 

91 

9 42 

\ 




36 

5,752 

125 
55, 175 

28 12 
10,737 71 







26 

91 

9 42 




5,788 

55,300 

10,765 83 


■ 





1,735 

1,168 

292 00 







Lb. 

'• 13,728 

666 

83 25 

Lb. 



Lb. 

13,728 

2,559,432 

666 

205,469 

83 25 
41,093 80 






, 

13,728 

666 

83 25 




2,573,160 

206, 135 

41,177 05 







84,289 

6,639 

210 72 













84,406 

10,330 

2,324 35 













200,080 

38,496 

7,699 20 










1 



392,678 

17,791 

981 80 







142,048 

80, 562 

12,084 30 




145,373 

5 

814,787 

82,852 

103 

271,651 

12,599 55 
23 18 
61,122 17 













142,048 

80,562 

12,084 30 




960, 165 

354,606 

73,744 90 








3,180 

50,816 

324 

120,916 

318 00 
5,081 60 
32 40 
12,091 60 




































175,236 

17,523 60 









150 


CUSTO]JS DEPARTMENT 


9 GEORGE V, A. 1919 

No. 22. — Gexeeal Statement of ^Merchandise 


Articles. 


Dutiable Goods — Continued. 

Drugs, ds'es, chemicals, medicines — Con. 

Alum, in bulk, ground or unground, but not calcin- 
ned and sulphate of alumina, or alum cake. 

{See Free Goods.) 


Aniline dyes, in packages of less than 1 lb. in 
weight. 


Carbon dioxide or carbonic acid gas 

Casein , 

I 

Chloride of h'me and hypochlorite of lime in pkgs. 
of not less than 25 lbs 

Chloride of lime and hypochlorite of lime in pkgs 
less than 25 lb 

Cocaine 


rollers. 

Dextrine, dry. 


Gelatine and isinglass. 


Glue, powdered or sheet. 


Countries. 

• 

General Tariff. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty. 


Lb. 

.s 

S cts. 

United Kingdom — 

13,440 

711 

71 10 

United States 

22,238,740 

363,427 

36,342 70 

Total 

22,252,180 

364,138 

36,413 80 

T’nitpfl T\ inprlom .. . . 




United States 

12,. 392 

4,792 

838 70 

Total 

12,392 

4,792 

838 70 

United States 


3,270 

572 43 

Arppntina. . 


7,147 

1,965 43 

United States 


41,797 

11,494 24 

Total 


48,944 

13,4.59 67 

United Kingdom 

800 

8 

1 £0 

United States 

7,515,249 

119,139 

11,272 85 

Total 

7,516,049 

119,147 

11,274 05 

T nifprl T\ .. . . 




United States 

279,383 

£0,204 

5,051 00 

Total 

279,. 383 

£0,204 

5,051 00 


Oz. 



United Kingdom 

923 

7,743 

1,3.55 03 

United States 

3,754 

29,256 

5,119 80 

Total 

4,677 

36,999 

6,474 8.3 


Gal. 



United States 

.380 

1^104 

19.3 26 


Lb. 



T nitpH TCincrHom.. 




United States 

2,654,180 

195,885 

19,588 .50 

Total 

2,654,180 

195,885 

19,. 588 50 

United Kingdom 

14,8.53 

5,378 

1,478 95 

Hong Kong 

.243 

102 

28 05 

New Zealand 

4,904 

1,831 

503 53 

France 

8,768 

3,354 

922 35 

Japan 

2,899 

1,787 

491 43 

Sti’ifzprlanrl . 




United States 

244,680 

153,720 

42,273 47 

Total 

276,. 347 

166,172 

45,697 78 

United Kingdom 

101,217 

21,931 

6,031 03 

Hong Kong 

10 

10 

2 7.5 

Italy 

22,400 

2,989 

821 98 

United States 

451,789 

79,962 

21,989 95 

Total 

575,416 

104,892 

28,845 71 


TRADE REPORT— PART I 


151 


SESSIONAL PAPER No. 11 , 

Imported for Home Consumption — Continued. 


Preferential Tariff. 


Treaty Rates. 


Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty Coll’d 

Lb. 

S 

-S cts. 

Lb. 

.8 

S cts. 

Lb. 

S 

.? cts. 







13,440 

22,2.38,740 

711 

71 10 
36,342 70 







363,427 







• 






22,252,180 

.364, 1.38 

36,413 80 







220 

266 

39 90 

1 



220 

266 

4,792 

39 90 
838 70 




12,392 


• 





220 

266 

39 90 




12,612 

5,058 

878 60 











3,270 

572 4.3 















7,147 

41,797 

1,965 4.3 
11,494 24 






















48,944 

13,4.59 67 








41 , 400 

2,478 

41 40 




42,200 

2,486 

119,139 

42 60 
11,272 85 




7,515,249 







41,400 

2,478 

41 40 




7,557,449 

121,625 

11,315 45 




8,400 

588 

102 90 




8,400 

279,383 

588 

20,204 

102 90 
5,051 00 










8,400 

588 

102 90 




287,783 

20,792 

5,153 90 




Oz. 

28 

482 

72 30 

Oz. 



Oz. 

9.51 

8,225 

29,256 

1,427 33 
5,119 80 




3,754 







28 

482 

72 30 




4,705 

37,481 

6,547 13 




Gal. 



Gal. 



Gal. 

380 

1,104 

193 26 







Lb. 

1,500 

128 

6 40 

Lb. 



Lb. 

1,.500 

2,654,180 

128 

6 40 




195,885 

19,588 50 







1,500 

128 

6 40 




2, 655, 680 

196,013 

19,594 90 




275,961 

112,207 

19,636 36 

2,000 

910 

227 50 

292,814 

243 

118,495 

102 

21,342 81 
28 05 
2,203 31 
922 35 
1,929 18 
412 75 
42,273 47 

20,954 

9,713 

1,699 78 




25,858 

11,544 
3,. 354 
7,538 
1,651 
153,720 




8,768 




14,842 

4,740 


1,437 75 
412 75 

17,741 




1,651 

4,740 

244,680 










296,915 

121,920 

21,. 336 14 

21,582 

8,312 

2,078 00 

594,844 

296,404 

69,111 92 

1,8.56,399 

316,368 

55,364 55 




1,957,616 

10 

338,299 

10 

61,395 58 
2 75 
821 98 
21,989 95 










22,400 

2,989 

79,962 







451,789 







1,856,399 

316,368 

55,364 55 




2,4.31,815 

421,260 

84,210 26 





Total. 


152 


CUSTOMS DEPARTMENT 

9 GEORGE V, A. 1919 

No. 22, — General Statement of ^Merchandise 


Articles. 


Dutiable Goods — Continued. 

Drugs, dyes, chemicals, medicines — Con. 

Glue, liquid 

Glycerine, n.o.p 

Gums, viz.: — ■ 

Camphor 

Opium (crude) - 

Other, n.o.p 

Liquorice, in paste, rolls and sticks, not sweetened, 
n.o.p ■■ 

Magnesia 


Medicinal, chemical and pharmaceutical prepara- 
tions including proprietary preparations (dry).. 


L’nited Kingdom... 

Japan 

United States 


Medicinal, chemical and pharmaceutical" prepara- 
tions including proprietary preparations (all 
other). 


Countries. 


United Kingdom. 

Hong Kong 

China 

United States 


Total.. 


United Kingdom. 
United States 


Total.. 


Total. 


L'nited Kingdom 

Persia 

United States 


Total. 


United Kingdom. 
L'nited States 


Total. 


United Kingdom. 

France 

L’nited States 


. Total. 


United Kingdom. 
ITnited States 


Total. 


LTiited Kingdom. 

Australia 

Hong Kong 

China 

France 

•Japan 

United States 


Total. 


L'nited Kingdom. 

Hong Kong 

China 

France 

Holland 


Japan 

United States. 


33, 155 

19,787 

3,462 75 

33,155 

19,787 

3,462 75 

100 

• 79 

13 83 

17,875 

12,292 

2,151 10 

52,984 

37,964 

6,643 64 

70,959 

50,335 

8,808 57 


General Tariff. 


Quantity. Value. Duty 


Lb. 


7, 705 
2,853 
1,913 


12,47 


57,019 


57,019 


45,817 
29, 797 
186,747 


262 , 36 ! 


90,033 


90,033 


11 

39 

50 

99,222 


99,322 


92,028 

36,833 

19,485 


148,346 


9,458 


9,458 


16,216 
13,502 
41,706 


71,424 


14,073 


14,073 


14,094 

1,662 

28,997 

539 

122,587 

4,495 

864,023 


1 , 036,397 


85,857 

1,871 

972 

18,708 

1,417 

217 

103,221 

212,263 


S cts. 


3 03 
10 73 
13 75 
27,286 51 


27,314 02 


7,705 00 
2,853 00 
1,913 00 


12,471 00 


1,655 24 


1,655 24 


3 , 648 '60 
3,037495 
9 , 383_91 


16,070 46 


2,462 87 


2,462 87 


3,523 50 
415 50 
7,249 25 
134 '75 
30,646 75 
1,123 75 
216,005 75 


259,099 25 


, 514'20 
,122 60 
583 20 
,224 80 
850 20 
130 20 
,932 60 


127,357 80 


Total 


TRADE REPORT— PART 1 


153 


SESSIONAL PAPER No. 11 

Imported for Home Consumption — Continued. 


Preferential Tariff. 

Treaty Rates. 

Total. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty Coll’d 


$ 

4,559 

$ cts. 

797 84 


$ 

81 

S cts. 

20 25 


S 

4,651 

.39 

50 

99,222 

$ cts. 

821 12 
10 73 
13 75 
27,286 51 


























4,559 

797 84 


81 

20 25 


103,962 

28,132 11 




Lb. 

25 

22 

3 30 

Lb. 



Lb. 

25 

33,155 

22 

. 19,787 

3 30 
3,462 75 



‘ 







25 

22 

3 30 




33,180 

19,809 

3,466 05 




7,8/8 

6,278 

941 70 



- 

7,978 

17,875 

52,984 

6,357 

12,292 

37,964 

955 53 
2,151 10 
6,643 64 
















7,878 

6,278 

941 70 




78,837 

56,613 

9,750 27 










7,705 

2,853 

1,913 

92,028 

36,833 

19,485 

7,705 00 
2,853 00 
1,913 00 

























12,471 

148,346 

12,471 00 







54 

143 

21 45 




54 

57,019 

143 

9,458 

21 45 
1,655 24 










54 

143 

21 45 




57,073 

9,601 

1,676 69 








1 ... . 


45,817 

29,797 

186,747 

16,216 

13,502 

41,706 

3,648 60 
3,037 95 
9,383 91 

























262,361 

71,424 

16,070 46 







10,544 

473 

70 95 




10,544 

90,033 

473 

14,073 

70 95 
2,462 87 










10,544 

473 

70 95 




100,577 

14,546 

2,533 82 





300,763 

60,152 60 

- 




314,857 

1,662 

28,997 

539 

122,587 

4,495 

864,023 

63,676 10 
415 50 
7,249 25 
134 75 
30,646 75 
1,123 75 
216,005 75 





















• 




























300, 763 

60,152 60 





1,337,160 

319,251 85 











t 


85,857 

1,871 

972 

18,708 

1,417 

217 

103,221 

51,514 20 
1,122 60 
583 20 
11,224 80 
850 20 
130 20 
61,932 60 

























































212,263 

127,357 80 









154 


CUSTOMS DEPARTMEXT 


9 GEORGE V, A. 1919 

No. 22. — General Statement of Merchandise 




Articles. 


Dutiable Goods — Continued. 


Countries. 


General Tariff. 


Quantity. Value. Duty 


S cts. 


Drugs, dyes, chemicals, medicines — Con. 

Medicinal, chemical, and pharmaceutical prepar- 
ations, including proprietary preparations (all 
other), non-alcoholic. 


Liquid preparations, non-alcoholic, for disinfect- 
ing, dipping, or spraying, n.o.p. 


Milk food, and other similar preparations. 


Morphine. . 


Opium, powdered 


Papaine 


Potash or potassa, bicarbonate of 


Potash and pearl ash, in packages less than 25 lbs. 
each 

Potash, caustic, in packages less than 25 lbs. each 


Pyroxylin and wood naphtha, preparations of, for 
coating imitation leather, and for the manufac- 
ture of leather belting 


Salts, glauber 


L^nited Kingdom 

Australia. 

France 


Total 








L'nited Kingdom. . . 


2,736 

90 

684 00 

Hong Kong 


5 50 

France.-. 


884 

221 00 

•Japan 


81 

20 25 

United States 


70,802 

17,700 50 

Total 


74,525 

18,631 25 

L’nited Kingdom. . . 




Australia 


2,628 

722 70 

New Zealand ....).. 


2,628 

722 70 

France 


2,809 

772 48 

Switzerland 


30 ’.552 

8,401 80 

United States 


229,518 

63,117 60 

Total 


268,135 

73,737 28 


Oz . 



L nited Kingdom . . . 

4,795 

16,508 

2,888 90 

United States 

5,04.3 

74,005 

12,950 88 

Total 

9,838 

90,513 

15,839 78 


Lb. 



United Kingdom... 

46 

678 

62 10 

United States 

5 

151 

6 75 

Total 

51 

829 

68 85 

United Kingdom.. 




L’nited States 


207 

36 23 

Total 


207 

36 23 

United Kingdom. . 

2,464 

860 

150 50 

United States 

14,114 

1,567 

274 25 

Total 

16,578 

2,427 

424 75 

United States 

436 

403 

60 45 

United Kingdom.. 




United States 

1,9.37 

993 

148 95 

Total 

1,937 

993 

148 95 

L’nited States 


245,856 

24,585 60 

United Jxingdom. . 




L'nited States 

800,. 5.52 

15,272 

2,672 64 

Total 

800,552 

15,272 

2,672 64 


TRADE REPORT— PART 1 


155 


SESSIONAL PAPER No. 11 


Imported for Home Consumption — Continued. 


Preferential Tariff. 

Treaty Rates. 

Total. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty, 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty Coll’d 


S 

8 cts. 


8 

25, 650 
1,398 
56, 626 

S cts. 

6,412 50 
349 50 
14,156 50 


8 

25, 65C 
1,398 
56,626 

S cts. 

6,412 .50 
349 50 
14, 156 50 




















83,674 

20,918 50 


83,674 

20,918 50 

' 






21,458 

4,291 60 





24, 194 
22 
884 
81 

70, 802 

4,975 60 
5 50 
221 00 
20 25 
17, 700 50 



































21,458 

4,291 60 





95, 983 

22,922 85 







43,889 

8,777 80 





43,889 
2,628 
2,628 
2,809 
30, 552 
229,518 

8,777 80 
722 70 
722 70 
772 48 
8,401 80 
63,117 60 










































43,889 

8, 777 80 





312,024 

82,515 08 






Oz. 

17, 682 

107, 675 

16,151 25 

Oz. 



Oz . 
22,477 
5,043 

124, 183 
74,005 

19,040 15 
12,950 88 










17, 682 

107, 675 

16,151 25 




27,520 

198,188 

31,991 03 




Lb. 



Lb. 



Lb. 

46 

5 

678 

151 

62 10 
6 75 



















51 

829 

68 85 








204 

25 50 





204 

207 

25 50 
36 23 














204 

25 50 





411 

61 73 






3,600 

210 

31 50 




6,064 

14,114 

1,070 

1,567 

182 00 
274 25 










3,600 

210 

31 50 




20, 178 

• 2,6.37 

456 25 










436 

403 

60 45 







19 

22 

2 20 




19 

1,937 

22 

993 

2 20 
148 95 










19 

22 

2 20 




1,956 

1,015 

151 15 











245,856 

24,585 60 








7,254 

249 

37 35 




7,254 
800 552 

249 

15,272 

37 35 
2,672 64 










7,254 

249 

37 35 




807, 806 

15,521 

2,709 99 





155 


CllSTOMH DEPARTME^'T 


9 GEORGE V, A. 1919 
Xo. 22. — Geni:ral Statement of Merchandise 


Articles. 


Countries. 


General Tariff. 



Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty. 


Lb. 

$ 

S cts. 

United Kingdom... 
TTniteH Rtnfes 

1,287,510 

3,942,368 

18,718 

74,666 

3,275 65 
13,066 65 


Total 

5,229,878 

93,384 

16,342 30 


T niteH States 

402,763 

22,086 

5,521 50 


United States 

12,729,745 

658 , 664 

38,189 14 

United Xingdom.. . 




United States 


4,652 

814 10 



T otal 


4,652 

814 10 



United Kingdom. . . 




United States 


108,038 

27,009 50 



Total 


108,038 

27,009 50 



United States 


465 

81 39 



United Kingdom. . . 


’ 474 

118 50 

Hong Kong 


9 

0 50 

United States 


67,768 

16,942 00 



T otal 


68,244 

17,061 00 



United States 

185 

33 

11 10 


United States 

2,606 

587 

156 36 


United States 

2,013,195 

524,072 

60,395 85 

United Kingdom.... 


52,397 

215 

9, 169 48 
37 63 

Australia 


B. W. Indies 


• 123 

21 53 

Hong Kong 


241 

42 18 

China 


67 

11 73 

France 


9,081 

40 

1,589 18 
7 00 

Germany 


Japan 


5,597 

5 

979 48 

Miquelon and St. 
Pierre 


0 88 

Spain 


72 

12 60 

Switzerland 


24, 100 
2,642,367 

4,217 50 
462,416 41 

United States 




Total 


2,734,305 

478,505 60 


% 



8,440,779 

1,554.671 59 




Dutiable Goods — Continued. 

Drugs, dyes, chemicals, medicines — Con. 
Soda, bicarbonate of 


each. 


Soda caustic, when in packages of 25 lbs. and over 
Sodium, hyposulphite 


Sulphuric ether, chloroform, and solutions of 
peroxide of hydrogen. 


Thorium nitrate. 


Vaseline and all similar preparations of petroleum 
for toilet, medicinal, or other purposes. 


Yeast cakes. 


Yeast, compressed, in packages weighing less than 
50 lbs 


Yeast, compressed, in bulk or mass of not less than 
50 lbs 


All other drugs, dyes and chemicals, etc., not 
otherwise provided for 


Total, drugs, dyes, chemicals and medicines. 


TRADE REPORT— PART I 


157 


SESSIONAL PAPER No. 11 


Imported for Home Consumption — Continued. 


Preferential Tariff. 

Treaty Rates. 

Total. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty Coll’d 

Lb. 

$ 

S cts. 

Lb. 

S 

$ cts. 

Lb. 

S 

S cts. 

2,694,025 

40,938 

6, 140 70 




981 j 585 


9,416 35 




3,942,368 

,74,666 

13,066 65 







2,694,025 

40,938 

6, 140 70 




7.923,903 

134,322 

22,483 00 







402,763 

22, 086 

5,521 50 













12,729,745 

658, 664 

38,189 14 








216 

32 40 


9 



216 

32 40 








4,652 

814 10 










216 

32 40 





4.868 

846 50 











5,875 

881 25 





5, 875 

881 25 







108,038 

27,009 50 









5,875 

881 25 





113,913 

27,890 75 














465 

81 39 











1,148 

172 20 





1,622 

290 70 







2 

0 50 








67, 768 

16,942 00 









1,148 

172 20 





69,392 

17,233 20 













185 

33 

11 10 
















2,606 

587 

156 36 















2,013,195 

524,072 

60,395 85 








305, 700 

45,855 00 





358, 097 

55,024 48 






215 

37 63 








123 

21 53 








241 

42 18 








67 

11 73 








9,081 

1,589 18 








40 

7 00 








5,597 

979 48 








5 

0 88 








72 

12 60 








24, 100 

4,217 50 








2,642,367 

462,416 41 









305, 700 

45,855 00 





3,040,005 

524,360 60 




* 



1,363,383 

233,527 35 


92,067 

23,016 75 


9,896,229 

1,811,215 69 





158 


CUSTOMS DEPARTMENT 


9 GEORGE V, A. 1919 
No. 22— General Statement of Merchandise 


Articles. 


Dutiable Goods — Continued. 

Earthen and chinaware, viz.:— (See Bricks and Tiles) 
Brown or coloured earthen and stoneware, and 
Rockingham ware. 


C. C. or cream coloured ware, decorated, printed, 
or sponged, and all earthenware, n.o.p. 


Demijohns, churns or crocks. 


Table ware of china, porcelain, white granite or 
ironstoneware. 


China and porcelain ware, n.o.p. 


Tiles or blocks of earthenware or stone prepared 
for mosaic flooring. 


Earthenware tiles, n.o.p. 


Manufactures of earthenware, n.o.p. 


Countries. 


United Kingdom. 

Hong Kong 

France 

Holland 

Italy 

Japan 

Mexico 

United States 


Total. 


United Kingdom. 

Hong Kong 

China 

France 

Japan 

United States 


Total. 


United Kingdom. 
United States 


Total. 


United Kingdom. 

Kong Kong. 

France 

Holland 

Japan 

United States 


Total. 


United Kingdom. 

Hong Kong. 

China 

France 

Japan 

United States 


Total. 


United Kingdom. 

Japan 

United States 


Total. 


United Kingdom. 
United States 


Total. 


United Kingdom. 

Hong Kong 

China 

•Japan 

Mexico 

United States 


Total.. 


General Tariff. 


Quantity. Value. 


630 

346 

8 

215 

77 

4,9.39 

23 

81,205 


87,443 


8,956 

645 

42 

317 

12,310 

79,994 


102,264 


53,543 


53,543 


17,663 
3, 977 
95, 199 
17,119 
294,455 
74,454 


502,867 


162 

20 

45 

402 

5,644 

10,530 


16,803 


235 

14 

18,913 


19,162 


126 

20,641 


'20,761 


279 

120 

173 

3,341 

52 

59,566 


63,531 


866 , 380 


Duty. 


S cts. 


189 00 
103 80 
2 40 
64 50 
23 10 


1,481 

6 

24,361 


70 

90 

50 


26,232 90 


2,686 80 
193 50 
12 60 
95 10 
3,693 00 
23,998 20 


30,679 20 


16,062 90 


16,062 90 


4,8.57 33 
1,093 68 
26, 179 73 
4,707 73 
80,975 89 
20,474 85 


1.38,289 21 


48 60 
6 00 
13 50 
120 60 
1,693 20 
3,159 00 


5,040 90 


70 50 
4 20 
5,673 90 


5,748 60 


44 10 
7,224 .35 


7,268 45 


83 70 
.36 00 
51 90 
1,002 .30 
15 60 
17,869 80 


19,0.59 30 


248,381 46 


Total, earthenware and chinaware 


TRADE REPORT— PART 1 


159 


SESSIONAL PAPER No. 11 

Imported for Home Consumption — Continued. 


Preferential Tariff. 

Treaty Rates. 

Total. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty Coll’d 


S 

31,879 

1 cts. 
6,375 80 


$ 

S cts. 


$ 

32,509 

346 

8 

215 

77 

4,939 

23 

81,205 

$ cts. 

6,564 80 
103 80 
2 40 
64 50 
23 10 
1,481 70 
6 90 
24,361 50 








































... . . . . 
















. 31,879 

6,375 80 





119,. 322 

32,608 70 








118,859 

23,771 80 





127,815 
645 
42 
317 
12,310 
79, 994 

26,458 60 
193 50 
12 60 
95 10 
3,693 00 
23,998 20 










































118,859 

23,771 80 





221,123 

54,451 00 







1,944 

388 80 




* 

1,944 

53,54.3 

388 80 
16,062 90 














1,944 

388 80 





55,487 

16,451 70 







1,465,124 

219,768 60 





1,482,787 
3,977 
95, 199 
17,119 
294,455 
74,454 

224,625 93 
1,093 68 
26,179 73 
4,707 73 
80,975 89 
20,474 85 



























- 





' 










1,465, 124 

219,768 60 





1,967,991 

3.58,057 81 







11,911 

2,382 20 





12, 07.3 
20 
45 
402 
5,644 
10,530 

2,430 80 
6 00 
13 .50 
120 60 
1,693 20 
3,159 00 






















' 




















11,911 

2,382 20 





28,714 

7,423 10 







4,348 

869 60 





4,583 

14 

18,913 

940 10 
4 20 
5,673 90 




















- 

4,348 

869 60 





23,510 

6,618 20 







37,897 

9,474 25 





38, 023 
20, 641 

9,518 35 
7,224 35 














37,897 

9,474 25 





58,664 

16,742 70 







24,434 

4,886 80 





24,713 

120 

173 

3,341 

52 

59,566 

4,970 50 
36 00 
51 90 
1,002 30 
15 60 
17,869 80 










































24,434 

4,886 80 





87,965 

23,946 10 







1,696,396 

269,917 85 





2,562,776 

516,299 31 







160 


CUSTOMS DEPARTMEXT 


9 GEORGE V, A. 1919 
No. 22 — General Statement of Merchandise 


Articles. 


Dutiable Goods — Continued. 


Eggs 


Elastic, round or flat, including garter elastic 


Electric light carbons and carbon points, of all kinds, 
n.o.p. 


Electrodes carbon over 35 inches in circumference.. 


Incandescent lamp bulbs and glass tubing for use 
in the manufacture of incandescent lamps and 
mantle stockings for gas light. 


Battery jars of glass and articles of hard rubber 
imported by manufacturers for use in their own 
factories in the manufacture of electric storage 
batteries. 


Electric apparatus, viz: — 

Electric apparatus, n.o.p., insulators of all kinds, 
and sockets, etc., and electric galvanic batteries; 
telegraph and telephone instruments. 


Electric motors, generators and dynamos 


Countries. 

General Tariff. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty. 

United Kingdom.... 

Doz. 

$ 

S cts. 

Hong Kong 

China 

Japan 

60,092 

242 

20,627 

4,193,485 

10,608 

27 

4,811 

1,488,769 

1,802 76 
7 26 
618 81 
125,804 55 

TTnifpH Stafps.. 

Total 

United Kingdom.... 

4,274,446 

1,504,215 

128,233 38 


873 

305 55 

Japan. . . " 


United States 


66,111 

23,138 85 

Total 



66, 984 

23,444 40 

United Kingdom.... 





United States 


50,729 

17,755 15 

Total 



50,729 

17,755 15 

United States 



21,490 

4,298 00 

France ' 


1,206 

46 

232,530 

120 60 
4 60 
23,253 00 

Germanv 


United States 


Total 



233,782 

23,378 20 

United Kingdom.... 





United States 


28,167 

5,633 40 

Total 



28,167 

5,6.33 40 



T^nitpH TCing^rlom.. 


1,605 

10 

6 

441 38 
2 75 
1 65 

B. \Y. Indies 


Newfoundland 


France 


Germany 


138 

59 

1,295 

1,585 

8,090,801 

37 95 
16 23 
356 13 
435 88 
2,224,975 65 

Italy 


Japan 


Sweden 


F'nited States 


Total 



8,095,499 

2,226,26762 

United Kingdom.... 



1,000 

200 

60 

2,493 

1,893,604 

275 00 
55 00 
16 .50 
685 58 
520,742 68 

Newfoundland 


Germany 


Sweden 


United States 


Total 



1,897,357 

521,774 76 




9,992,856 

2,748,042 38 








Total, electric apparatus 


TRADE REPORT— PART I 


161 


SESSIONAL PAPER No. 11 

Imported for Home Consumption — Continued. 


Preferential Tariff. 

Treaty Rates. 

Total. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty Coll’d 

Doz. 

6 

$ 

19 

$ cts. 
0 12 

Doz. 

$ 

$ cts. 

Doz. 

6 

60,092 

242 

20,627 

4,193,485 

♦ 

$ 

19 

10,608 

27 

4,811 

1,488,769 

$ cts. 

0 12 
1,802 76 
7 26 
618 81 
125,804 55 












• 













6 

19 

0 12 




4,274,452 

1,504,234 

128,233 50 


87, 156 

21,789 00 





88,029 

89 

66,111 

22,094 55 
28 93 
23, 138 85 



89 

28 93 















87, 156 

21,789 00 


89 

28 93 


154,229 

45,262 33 


17 

3 83 





17 

50, 729 

3 83 
17,755 15 










- 




17 

3 83 





50, 746 

17,758 98 













21,490 

4,298 00 















1,206 

46 

232,530 

120 60 
4 60 
23,253 00 


























- 



233,782 

23,378 20 









567 

70 88 





567 
28, 167 

70 88 
5,633 40 














567 

70 88 





28,734 

5,704 28 






1 

91,373 

13,705 95 





92,978 

10 

6 

14,147 33 
2 75 
1 65 
1,014 50 
37 95 
16 23 
2,576 13 
495 13 
2,224,975 65 

















4,058 

1,014 50 


4,058 

138 

59 

10,175 

1,822 

8,090,801 

















8,880 

237 

2,220 00 
59 25 




















91,373 

13,705 95 


13,175 

3,293 75 


8,200,047 

2,243,267 32 



19,694 

2,954 10 


810 

202 50 


21,504 

200 

60 

2,493 

1,893,604 

3,431 60 
55 00 
16 50 
685 58 
520,742 68 






























19,694 

2,954 10 



810 

202 50 

. 

1,917,861 

524,931 36 


111,067 

16,660 05 


13,985 

3,496 25 


10,117,908 

2,768,198 68 




i 






11— i— 11 


162 


CUSTOM,^ DEPARTME^'T 


9 GEORGE V, A. 1919 


No. 22. — General Statement of Merchanclis^ 


Articles. 


Dutiable Goods — Continued. 
Embroideries, not otherwise provided for. 


Emery and carborundum wheels and manufactures 
of emery or carborundum. 


Express parcels of small value. 


Fancy Goods, viz; — 

Alabaster, spar, amber, terra cotta, or compos- 
ition ornaments. 


Countries. 


United Kingdom.... 
B. Straits Settle- 
ments 

Hong Kong 

Azores and Madeira 

China 

France 

Italy 

Japan 

Switzerland 

United States 


Total. 


United Kingdom. 
United States 


Total. 


United Kingdom. 
United States. . . . 


T otal . 


General Tariff. 


Quantity. Value. Duty 


Bead ornaments. 


Boxes, fancy, ornamental cases and writing desks, 
etc. 


Braids, cords, fringes, tassels, n.o.p. 


United Kingdom. 

Hong Kong 

France 

Italy 

Japan 

Switzerland 

United States 


Total. 


United Kingdom. 

Hong Kong 

France 

Japan 

United States 


Total. 


United Kingdom. 

Hong Kong 

France 

Hawaii 

Japan 

Mexico 

Portugal 

Switzerland 

United States 


Total. 


United Kingdom... 

Hong Kong 

China 

France 

Germany 

Italy 

•Japan 

Switzerland 

United States 


Total; . 


89 

29 

173 

182 

314 

46 

90 
327 
211 

28,453 


29,914 


484,796 


484,796 


1,429,447 


401,469 02 


1,429,447 


19 

141 

244 

2,014 

189 

311 

29,079 


31,997 


201 

65 

3,915 

20 

27,215 


31,416 


551 

73 

569 

2 

1,438 

9 

161 

88 

218,427 


221,318 


1,458 

65 

2 

3,734 

189 

85 

112 


241,717 

247,362 


$ cts. 

31 15 

10 15 
60 55 
63 70 
109 90 
16 10 
31 50 
114 45 
73 85 
9,958 55 


10,469 90 


121,199 00 


121,199 00 


401,469 02 


5 70 
42 30 
73 20 
604 20 
56 70 
93 30 
8,723 70 


9,599 10 


60 30 
19 50 
1,174 50 
6 00 
8,164 50 


9,424 80 


192 85 
25 55 
199 15 
0 70 
503 30 
3 15 
56 35 
30 80 
76,449 45 


77,461 30 


510 30 
22 75 
0 70 
1,306 90 
66 15 
29 75 
39 20 


84,600 95 
86,576 70 


TRADE REPORT— PART I 


163 


SESSIONAL PAPER No. 11 

Imported for Home Consumption — Continued. 


Preferential Tariff. 

Treaty Rates. 

Total. 

Quantity . 

Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty Coll’d 


$ 

4,614 

$ cts. 
1,153 50 


% 

5,150 

2 

$ cts. 
1,416 26 
0 55 


■ S 

9,853 

31 

173 

182 

314 

4,833 

90 

2,856 

5,176 

28,453 

$ cts. 

2,600 91 

10 70 
60 55 
63 70 
109 90 
1,332 53 
31 50 
832 37 
1,440 98 
9,958 55 




















- 







4,787 

1,316 43 











2,529 
. . . . 4,965 

717 92 
1,.367 13 





















4,614 

1,153 50 


17,433 

4,818 29 


51,961 

16,441 69 





1,312 

229 61 





1,312 

484,796 

229 61 
121,199 00 















1,312 

229 61 





486, 108 

121,428 61 






560 

122 79 





560 

1,429,447 

122 79 
401,469 02 





\ 









560 

122 79 





1,430,007 

401,591 81 







882 

176 40 


414 

113 85 


1,315 

141 

1,249 

2,014 

634 

311 

29,079 

295 95 
42 30 
349 61 
604 20 
179 07 
93 30 
8,723 70 









1,005 

276 41 










- 

445 

122 37 









• 













882 

176 40 


1,864 

512 63 


34,743 

10,288 13 





1,514 

302 80 


1,077 

296 17 


2,792 

65 

7,265 

20 

27,215 

659 27 
19 50 
2,095 80 
6 00 
8,164 50 








3,350 

921 30 






















1,514 

302 80 


4,427 

1,217 47 


37,357 

10,945 07 





46,438 

10,448 90 


673 

6 

2,779 

201 90 
1 80 
833 70 


47,662 

79 

3,348 

2 

13,240 

9 

161 

189 

218,427 

10,843 65 
27 35 
1,032 85 
0 70 
4,043 90 
3 15 
56 35 
61 10 
76,449 45 


















11,802 

3,540 60 


















101 

30 30 















46,438 

10,448 90 


15,361 

4,608 30 


283,117 

92,518 50 





18,226 

4,556 50 


4,637 

1,507 02 


24,321 

65 

2 

14,577 

189 

85 

5,413 

154 

241,717 

6,573 82 
22 75 
0 70 
4,831 00 
66 15 
29 75 
1,762 02 
50 05 
84,600 95 















10,843 

3,524 10 


















5,301 

154 

1,722 82 






50 05 















18,226 

4,556 50 


20,935 

6,803 99 


286,523 

97,937 19 





164 


CUSTOMS DEPARTMENT 


9 GEORGE V, A. 1919 
No. 22. — General Statement of Merchandise 


Articles. 

Dutiable Goods — Continued. 
Fancy goods — Con. 


ware and cutlery. 


Fans. 


artificial, suitable for ornamenting hats. 


Feathers, fancy, undressed. 


Feathers, fancy, n.o.p., and manufactures 
feathers, n.o.p. 


Feathers, ostrich and vulture, dressed. 


Ivory or bone dice, draughts, chessmen, etc. 


Countries. 

General Tariff. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty. 

United Kingdom.... 

y 

$ 

$ cts. 

T^rn.Tir:p» 


3,455 

7,756 

345 50 
775 60 

United States 


T otal 



11,211 

1,121 10 

TTnited Kingdom 



480 

236 

168 00 
82 60 




.Tapan 


TTnitfld Statas 


58,784 

20,574 40 

T otal 



59,500 

20,825 00 

United Kingdom.... 





B. W. Indies 




TCong^ 


155 

16 

19 

1,988 

46 50 

4 80 

5 70 
596 40 

China 


Japan 


United States 


T otal 



2,178 

653 40 

TTnif-pH TCing^Hom . . . 



5,268 

46,059 

252 

1,391 

51 

292,751 

1,448 70 
12,666 22 
69 57 
382 52 
14 02 
80,507 81 

Franop 


fxprmnny 




Rwitzarland 


TTnit-pH Statas 


Total 



345,772 

95,088 84 

United Kingdom . . . 



14 

2 10 

R.S. Afrina 




197 

42,941 

29 55 
6,441 15 



Total. 



43,152 

6,472 80 

TTnited Kingdom . . . 



6,360 

118 

8 

26,996 

4 

112,911 

1,749 00 
32 45 
2 20 
7,423 90 
1 10 
31,050 96 

TTongf TConp 


China 


Frannpi 


Switzerland 


TTnitaH Rtafft.s 


Total 


9 

146,397 

40,259 61 

TTnitpd TCingfdom . . . 



477 

4,087 

16,583 

131 17 
1,123 92 
4,560 42 

Franop . 


T^nitrpH Rtatfts 


T ot.fl 1 



21,147 

5,815 51 

TTnitpfl TCing;Hom . . . 







120 

283 

21 00 
49 52 

TlnitpH Rtat.ps 


Total 



403 

70 52 




TRADE REPORT— PART I 


165 


SESSIONAL PAPER No. 11 

Imported for Home Consumption — Continued. 


Preferential Tariff. 

Treaty Rates. 

Total. 

Quantity . 

Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty Coll’d 


$ 

152 

$ cts. 
7 60 


$ 

$ cts. 


$ 

152 

3,455 

7,756 

$ cts. 

7 60 
345 50 
775 60 





















152 

7 60 





11,363 

1,128 70 







7,635 

1,717 91 





8,115 

236 

167 

1,885 91 
82 60 
50 10 
20,574 40 










167 

50 10 







58,784 









7,635 

1,717 91 


167 

50 10 


67,302 

22,593 01 





973 

194 60 





973 

194 60 
2 20 


11 

2 20 





11 






155 

46 50 








16 

4 80 





1,708 

469 72 


1,727 

1,988 

475 42 






596 40 









984 

196 80 


1,708 

469 72 


4,870 

1,319 92 





24,439 

4,887 80 





29,707 

46,059 

252 

6,336 50 
12,666 22 
69 57 



\ 














\ 

- 


1,391 

51 

382 52 








14 02 








292,751 

80,507 81 









24,439 

0 ’ 

4,887 80 





370,211 

99,976 64 







2,008 

7,581 

200 80 





2,022 

7,581 

773 

202 90 


758 10 





758 10 



576 

71 98 


101 53 






42,941 

6,441 15 









9,589 

958 90 


576 

71 98 


53,317 

7,503 68 

. 




17,764 

3,552 80 





24,124 

118 

5,301 80 
32 45 













8 

2 20 








26,996 

4 

7,423 90 
1 10 















112,911 

31,050 96 









17,764 

3,552 80 





164,161 

43,812 41 







6,000 

1,200 00 





6,477 

4,087 

16,583 

1,331 17 
1,123 92 
4,560 42 

/^ . . . 




















6,000 

1,200 00 





27,147 

7,015 51 







5 

0 75 





5 

0 75 







120 

21 00 








283 

49 52 









5 

0 75 





408 

71 27 








166 


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9 GEORGE V, A. 1919 

No. 22. — General Statement of Merchandise 


Articles. 

Countries. 

General Tariff. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty. 

Dutl\ble Goods — Continued. 

Fancy goods — Con. 

Lace, n.o.p., lace collars and all manufactures of 
lace, nets and nettings of cotton, linen, silk or 
other material, n.o.p. 

Sfn+iips and statiipttp.si of any ma.teria,I 

United Kingdom . . . 


$ 

39,717 

313 

S cts. 

13,900 95 
109 55 

B. India 


B.W. Indies 





948 

151 

3,005 

52,879 

2,258 

1,128 

636 

220,013 

331 80 
52 85 
1,051 75 
18,507 65 
790 30 
394 80 
222 60 
77,004 55 



China 


Fra n p.ft . 


Italy 


Ja.pan 


Switzerland 


TTniteH States 


Tfrtal 


1 

321,048 

112,366 80 

United Kingdom . . . 



32 

629 

3,860 

97 

1 

19 

31,418 

9 60 
188 70 
1,1.58 00 
29 10 
0 30 
5 70 
9,425 40 

✓ 

Tntlpt anf] rna, ninnrp spfs 

Frame 


Italy 


Japan 


^Mexico 


Switzerland 


United States 





36,056 

10,816 80 

United Kingdom . . . 



27 

9 45 

Toys, and dolls of all kinds 

F ranee 


Ja.pan 




TTniterl States 


36,506 

12,777 10 

Total 



36, 533 

12,786 55 

United Kingdom . . . 



2,845 

248 

10 

5,699 

1 

35, 948 
367 
785,998 

853 50 
74 40 
3, 00 
1,709 70 
0 30 
10,784 40 
110 10 
235,799 40 

Total, fancy goods, etc 

Hong Kong 


China 


France 


Hawaii 




Switzerland 


United States 


T otal 



831,116 

249,334 80 




2,386,606 

738,673 63 

Feathers, viz.; — 

Feathers, bed and other, undressed, n.o.p 


* 

TTniterl TCin^^rlom 




Feathers, bed and other, dressed, n.o.p 

China 


10 

, 37,754 

1 50 
5,663 10 

United States 


Total 



37,764 

5,664 60 

TTniterl Sta.tes . . . 



265 

72 90 

Total, feathers 




38,029 

5,737 54 

Featherbone, plain or covered, in coils 



United States 


2 

0 40 

Fertilizers, compounded or manufactured 

United Kingdom . . . 





Japan 


367 

771,386 

36 70 
77,138 60 

United States 


Total 



771,753 

77, 175 30 




TRADE REPORT— PART 1 


167 


% 


SESSIOrJAL PAPER No. 11 

Imported for Home Consumption — Continued. 


Preferential Tariff. 

Treaty Rates. 

Total. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty Coll’d 


$ 

\ 

422,319 

975 

143 

$ cts. 

105,579 75 
243 75 
35 75 


S 

35,423 

$ cts. 
9,813 67 


$ 

497,459 

1,288 

143 

948 

581 

3,005 

110,420 

2,2.58 

16,864 

10,836 

220,013 

$ cts. 

129,294 37 
353 30 
35 75 
331 80 
173 89 
1,0.51 75 
34,373 36 
790 30 
4,723 63 
3,029 89 
77,004 55 


















430 

121 04 











57,541 

15,865 71 











15,736 

10,200 

4,328 83 
2,807 29 




















423,437 

105,859 25 


119,330 

32,936 54 


863,815 

251,162 59 





212 

42 40 


144 

4,368 

2,781 

251 

39 60 
1,201 23 
764 77 
69 02 


388 

4,997 

6,641 

348 

1 

19 

31,418 

91 60 
1,389 93 
1,922 77 
98 12 
0 30 
5 70 
9,425 40 









































212 

42 40 


7,544 

2,074 62 


43,812 

12,933 82 





1,215 

273 39 


13 

12 

3 

3 90 
3 60 
0 90 


1,255 

12 

3 

36,506 

286 74 
3 60 
0 90 
12,777 10 






















1,215 

273 39 


28 

8 40 


37,776 

13,068 34 





62,237 

12,447 40 


1,673 

460 07 


66,755 

248 

510 

9,407 

1 

224,095 

367 

785,998 

13,760 97 
74 40 
3 00 
2,729 40 
0 30 
62,525 10 

no 10 

235,799 40 















3,708 

1,019 70 











188, 147 

51,740 70 









1 














62,237 

12,447 40 


193,528 

53,220 47 


1,086,881 

315,002 67 




620,729 

146,629 60 


365,468 

101,974 22 


3,372,803 

987,277 45 





474 

47 40 





474 

10 

37,754 

47 40 
1 50 
5,663 10 





















■ 474 

47 40 





38,238 

5,712 00 












- 

265 

72 90 









474 

47 40 





38,503 

5,784 90 













2 

0 40 









982 

49 10 





982 

367 

771,386 

49 10 
36 70 
77,138 60 








• 







' 






982 

49 10 





772,735 

77,224 40 







168 


CUSTOMS DEPARTMENT 


9 GEORGE V, A. 1919 

No. 22. — General Statement of Merchandise 


Articles. 


Dut\\ble Goods — Continued. 

Fibre, Kartavert, indurated fibre, vulcanized fibre 
and like material and manufactures of, n.o.p. 


Fireworks, firecrackers and torpedoes, all kinds. . . . 


Fish, viz.: — 

Cod, haddock, ling and pollock, fresh, imported 
otherwise than in barrels, etc. 

Cod, haddock, ling and pollock, dry salted 


Cod, haddock, ling and pollock, wet salted 
Cod, haddock, ling and pollock, smoked. . . 

Cod, haddock, ling and pollock, pickled in barrels 
Halibut, fresh, not in barrels 

Halibut, pickled in barrels 

Herrings, fresh, not in barrels 


Herrings, pickled or salted 


Countries. 

General Tariff. 

Quantity. 

A'^alue. 

Duty. 



$ 

$ cts. 

United Kingdom . . . 




F ranee 


85 

21 25 

Japan 


164 

41 00 

United States 


264,658 

66,164 50 

Total 


264,907 

66,226 75 

United Kingdom . . . 




Hong Kong 


4,288 

1,072 00 

China 


5 517 

1 379 25 

Japan 


8 

2 00 

Mexico 


16 

4 00 

United States 


27,527 

6,881.75 

Total 


37,356 

9,339 00 


Lb. 



Alaska 

59,270 

1,479 

592 70 

United States 

276,259 

19,152 

2,762 59 

Total 

335, 529 

20,631 

3,355 29 

Hong Kong 

300 

46 

3 00 

Xe^vfoundland 

80 

12 

0 80 

.\laska 

200 

10 

2 00 

Japan 

1,.324 

225 

13 24 

United States 

30, 823 

3,292 

308 23 

Total 

32,727 

3, 585 

327 27 

United States.. 

63 

4 

0 63 

United States 

400 

58 

4 00 

United States 

620 

38 

6 20 

Newfoundland 

6, 205 

589 

62 05 

Alaska 

71,576 

4,268 

715 76 

U nited States 

256,612 

31,411 

2,. 566 12 

Total 

334,393 

36,268 

3,343 93 

United Staites 

130 

23 

1 30 

.Alaska 

3, 750 

48 

37 50 

United States 

600 

36 

6 00 

Total 

4,350 

84 

43 50 

United Kingdom.... 

120,710 

10,395 

603 55 

-Alaska 

340 

27 

1 70 

Japan 

220 

16 

1 10 

United States 

264,755 

23,922 

1,323 83 

Total 

386,025 

34,360 

1,930 18 

United States 

563 

86 

5 63 


Herrings, smoked 


TRADE REPORT— PART 1 


169 


SESSIONAL PAPER No. 11 
» 

Imported for Home Consumption — Continued. 


Preferential Tariff. 

Treaty Rates. 

Total. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty Coll’d 


S 

726 

$ cts. 
127 05 


$ 

$ cts. 

- 

$ 

726 

85 

164 

264,658 

$ cts. 

127 05 
21 25 
41 00 
66,164 50 





- 























726 

127 05 





265,633 

66,353 80 







268 

46 90 





268 

4,288 

5,517 

8 

16 

27,527 

46 90 
1,072 00 
1,379 25 
2 00 
4 00 
6,881 78 



















- 























268 

46 90 





37,624 

9,385 90 






Lb. 



Lb. 



Lb. 

59,270 

276,259 

1,479 
19, 152 

592 70 
2,762 59 



















335,529 

20,631 

3,355 29 













300 

80 

200 

1,324 

30,823 

46 

12 

10 

225 

3,292 

3 00 
0 80 
2 00 
13 24 
308 23 

































, 




32, 727 

3,585 

327 27 













63 

4 

0 63 










- 



400 

58 

4 00 








- 





620 

38 

6 20 













6,205 

71,576 

256,612 

589 

4,268 

31,411 

62 05 
715 76 
2,566 12 

























334,393 

36,268 

3,343 93 













130 

23 

1 30 













3,750 

600 

48 

36 

37 50 
6 00 



















4,350 

84 

43 50 







37,008 

3,050 

129 53 




157,718 

340 

220 

264,755 

13,445 

27 

16 

23,922 

733 08 
1 70 
1 10 
1,323 83 






















37,008 

3,050 

129 53 




423,033 

37,410 

2,059 71 




- 






563 

86 

5 63 








170 


CUSTOMS DEPARTMENT 


9 GEORGE V, A. 1919 
No. 22, — General Statement of Merchandise 


Articles. 


Duti.'Vble Goods — Continued. 


Countries. 


Fish — Con. 
Mackerel, fresh 


United States 


Mackerel, pickled 

.Sea fish, other, fresh, not in barrels 


United States 


Hong Kong. . . 
United States 

Total 


Sea fish, other, pickled, in barrels 


Hong Kong. . . 

Japan 

United States 

Total 


Sea fish, other, preserved, n.o.p, 


Hong Kong. . . 

Japan 

United States 

. Total 


Oysters, fresh, in shell 


Hong Kong. . . 
United States 


Total 


Oysters, shelled, in bulk 


United States, 


Oysters, canned, in cans not over one pint, 


Japan 

United States 

Total 


Oysters, canned, in cans over one pint and not over 
one quart. v 


United States, 


I 


Oysters, canned, in cans exceeding one quart 
(provided that a fraction over a quart shall be 
computed as a quart for duty purposes) . 


United States, 


Oysters, prepared or preserved, n.o'.p 


Hong Kong. . . 

•Japan 

United States, 




Lobsters, fresh 


Lobsters, canned, n.o.p 


Total 


United States, 
United States 


General Tariff. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty. 

Lb. 

$ 

$ cts. 

12,604 

1,436 

126 04 

3,443 

573 

34 43 

50 

14 

0 50 

78,319 

6,504 

783 19 

78,369 

■6,518 

783 69 

' 3,542 

617 

35 42 

469 

85 

4 69 

8,540 

944 

8,540 

12,551 

1,646 

125 51 

4.52 

91 

27 30 

935 

143 

42 90 

18,522 

2,882 

864 60 

19,909 

3,116 

934 80 

Brl. 



8 

55 

13 75 

2,099 

13,132 

3,283 00 

2,107 

13,187 

3,296 75 

Gal. 



109, 263 

206, 198 

10,926 30 

Can 



96 

9 

2 88 

243,308 

- 27,892 

7,299 24 

243,404 

27,901 

7,302 12 

4,053 

903 

202 65 

Qt. 



1,548 

588 

77 40 

Lb. 



10, 784 

4,645 

1,393 50 

746 

171 

51 30 

6,870 

2,292 

687 60 

18,400 

7,108 

2, 132 40 


2,349 

587 25 

80 

53 

15 90 

3,000 

45 

30 00 


Bait fish, fresh, not in barrels 


United States 


TRADE REPORT— PART 1 


171 




SESSIONAL PAPER No. 11 

Imported for Home Consumption — Continued. 


Preferential Tariff. 

Treaty Rates. 

Total. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty Coll’d 

Lb. 

$ 

$ cts. 

Lb. 

% 

§ cts. 

Lb. 

12,604 

% 

1,436 

S cts. 
126 04 













3,443 

573 

34 43 













50 
78 319 

V 

14 

6,504 

0 50 
'783 19 



















78,369 

s 6,518 

783 69 













3,542 

469 

8,540 

617 

85 

944 

~ 35 42 

4 69 
85 40 

























12,551 

1,646 

125 51 













4.52 

935 

18,522 

91 

143 

2,882 

27 30 
42 90 
864 60 

























19,909 

3,116 

934 80 







BrI. 



Brl. 



Brl. 

8 

2,099 

55 

13,132 

13 75 
3,283 00 



















2, 107 

13,187 

3,296 75 







Gal. 

- 


Gal. 



Gal. 

109,263 

206, 198 

i5,926 30 







Can . 



Can. 



Can. 

96 

243,308 

9 

27,892 

2 88 
7,299 24 



















243,404 

27,901 

7,302 12 













4,053 

903 

202 65 







Qt. 



Qt. 



Qt. 

1,548 

588 

77 40 







Lb. 



Lb. 



Lb. 

10,784 

746 

6,870 

4,645 

171 

2,292 

1,393 50 
51 30 
687 60 





















\ 




18,400 

7,108 

2,132 40 














2,349 

587 25 











/ 



80 

53 

15 90 










s 



3,000 

45 

30 00 








172 


CUSTOMS DEPARTMENT 


9 GEORGE V, A. 1919 
No. 22. — General Statement of Merchandise 


Articles. 


Dutiable Goods — Continued. 

Fish — Con. 

Salmon, fresh 

Salmon, smoked 

Salmon, canned, prepared or preserved, n.o.p. . 

Salmon, pickled or salted 

Fish, smoked or boneless 


Anchovies, sardines, sprats and other fish, packed 
in oil or otherwise, in tin boxes weighing over 20 
ounces and not over 36 ounces each. 


Anchovies, sardines, etc., in tin boxes weighing 
over 12 ounces and not over 20 ounces each. 


Anchovies, sardines, etc., when packed in tin boxes 
weighing over 8 ounces and not over 12 ounces. . 


Anchovies, sardines, etc., when packed in tin boxes 
weighing 8 ounces or less. 


Countries. 


General Tariff. 



Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty. 


Lb. 

• $ 

$ cts. 

Newfoundland 

30 

3 

0 30 

Alaska 

52,816 

4,351 

528 16 

United States 

320,914 

22,999 

3,209 14 

Total 

373,760 

27,353 

3,737 60 

United States 

25, 563 

6,082 

255 63 

United States 


135, 274 

40,582 20 

United States 

3,835 

592 

38 35 

Hong Kong 

160 

60 

1 60 

United States 

29,484 

5,421 

294 84 

Total 

29,644 

5,481 

296 44 


Box. 



Hong Kong 

8,814 

2,232 

528 84 

Mexico 

117 

25 

7 02 

United States 

1,333 

760 

79 98 

Total 

10,264 

3,017 

615 84 

Hong Kong 

12,874 

3,094 

579 33 

China 

96 

17 

4 32 

Italy 

500 

109 

22 50 

Japan 

624 

170 

28 08 

Mexico 

48 

6 

2 16 

United States 

30,449 

4,723 

1,370 21 

Total 

.. 44,591 

8,119 

2,006 60 

United Kingdom.... 




Hong Kong 

1,554 

351 

54 39 

France 

24 

2 

0 84 

Japan 




Norway 




United States 

141,522 

11,831 

4,953 27 

Total 

143, 100 

12, 184 

5,008 50 

United Kingdom.... 

200 

59 

5 00 

France 

7,400 

857 

185 00 

Greece 

100 

8 

2 50 

Italy 

600 

46 

15 00 

Japan 

6 

1 

0 15 

Norway 

520,000 

52,602 

13,000 01 

Portugal 

39,281 

4,132 

982 02 

Spain 

23,800 

1,692 

595 00 

Sweden 

2,500 

211 

62 50 

United States 

238,834 

25,479 

5,970 85 

Total 

832,721 

85,087 

20,818 03 


TRADE REPORT— PART I 


173 


SESSIONAL PAPER No. 11 

Imported for Home Consumption — Continued. 


Preferential Tariff. 

Treaty Rates. 

Total. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty Coll’d 

Lb. 

$ 

$ cts. 

Lb. 

$ 

S cts. 

Lb. 

30 

52,816 

320,914 

$ 

3 

4,351 

22,999 

$ cts. 

0 30 
528 16 
3,209 14 

























373,760 

27,353 

3,737 60 













25,563 

6,082 

255 63 














135,274 

40,582 20 














3,835 

592 

38 35 













-160 

29,484 

60 

5,421 

1 60 
294 84 



















29,644 

5,481 

296 44 







Box. 



Box. 



Box. 

8,814 

117 

1,333 

2,232' 

25 

760 

528 84 
7 02 
79 98 

























10,264 

3,017 

615 84 













12,874 

96 

500 

720 

48 

30,449 

3,094 

17 

109 

179 

6 

4,723 

579 33 
4 32 
22 50 
31 92 
2 16 
1,370 21 











- 





96 

9 

3 84 



















96 

9 

3 84 

44,687 

8,128 

2,010 44 




600 

48 

12 00 




600 

1,554 

24 

23 

1,000 

141,522 

. 48 
351 
2 
9 

76 

11,831 

12 00 
54 39 
0 84 
0 46 
20 00 
4,953 27 













23 

1,000 

9 

76 

0 46 
20 00 













600 

48 

12 00 

1,023 

85 

20 46 

144, 723 

12,317 

5,040 96 

28,300 

1,538 

353 75 

71,029 

6,160 

7,429 

740 

1,420 58 
123 20 

' 99,529 

13,560 
100 
600 
3,608 
845,782 
39,281 
24,200 
2,500 
238,834 

9,026 

r ,597 

8 

46 

385 

84,277 

4,132 

1,736 

211 

25,479 

1,779 33 
308 20 
2 50 
15 00 
72 19 
19,515 65 
982 02 
603 00 
62 50 
5,970 85 













3,602 
325, 782 

384 

31,675 

72 04 
6,515 64 










400 

44 

8 00 
















28,300 

1,538 

353 75 

406,973 

40, 272 

8,139 46 

1,267,994 

126,897 

29,311 24 


174 


CUSTOMS DEPARTMENT 


9 GEORGE V, A. 1919 
No. 22.— General Statement of Merchandise 


Articles. 


Dutiable Goods — Continued. 


Fish — Con. 

Fish, preserved in oil, n.o.p. 


United Kingdom. 

Hong Kong 

China 

France 

Italy 

Japan 

Mexico 

Spain 

United States 


Fish, all other, not in barrels or half barrels, fresh 


Fish, all other, not barrels or half barrels, pickled 


Fish, fresh or dried, n.o.p., imported in barrels or 
half barrels. 


Fish, all other, pickled or salted, in barrels. 


Fish, prepared or preserved, n.o.p. 


Fish oil, cod, n.o.p. 


Countries. 


Total. 


United Kingdom 

United States 


General Tariff. 


Quantity. Value. Duty 


Total 


23,550 

8,242 50 



Hong Kong 

Lb. 

95 

44 

0 95 

United States 

253,877 

23,792 

2,538 77 

Total 

253,972 

23,836 

2,539 72 

Hong Kong 

88 55 

1,029 

88 55 

Italy 

7,902 

1,300 

79 02 

Japan 

505 

141 

5 05 

Spain 

23, 153 

2,048 

231 53 

United States 

72,863 

8,389 

728 63 

Venezuela 

2,310 

120 

23 10 

Total 

115,588 

13,027 

1,155 88 

Hong Kong 

145,418 

23,416 

1,454 18 

China 

470 

78 

4 70 

Japan 

112,507 

22,577 

1,125 07 

Mexico 

88 

8 

0 88 

United States 

561,572 

52, 838 

5,615 72 

Total 

820, 055 

98,917 

8,200 55 

Hong Kong 

11,687 

1,751 

116 87 

China 

960 

115 

9 60 

Italy 

1,203 

204 

12 03 

Japan 

165 

48 

1 65 

Spain 

49,098 

3,934 

490 98 

United States 

79,844 

7,911 

798 44 

Total 

142,957 

13,963 

1,429 57 

United Kingdom... 


432 

129 60 

Hong Kong 


7,622 

3 

2,286 60 
0 90 

Newfoundland 


Alaska 


6 

1 80 

China 


143 

42 90 

France 


149 

44 70 

Italy. . . . ; 


177 

53 10 

Japan 


12,937 

33 

51 

3,881 10 
9 90 
15 30 

Norway 

Spain 


United States 


73,534 

22,060 20 


Gal. 

125 

1,134 

1,259 


6,119 

107 

112 

346 

83 

9 

805 

15,969 


95,087 


501 

2,427 

2,928 


$ cts. 


2,141 65 
37 45 
39 20 
121 10 
X 29 05 
3 15 
281 75 
5,589 15 


28,526 10 


112 72 
546 12 

658 84 


Total 


175 


TRADE REPORT— PART I 


SESSIONAL PAPER No. 11 

Imported for Home Consumption — Continued. 


Preferential Tariff. 

Treaty Rates. 

Total. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty Coll’d 


S 

20 

S cts. 
4 00 


$ 

S cts. 


$ 

20 

6,119 

107 

112 

346 

83 

9 

805 

15,969 

S cts. 

4 00 
2,141 65 
37 45 
39 20 
121 10 
29 05 
3 15 
281 75 
5,589 15 





. 








' 





• 













































20 

4 00 





' 23,570 

8,246 50 






Lb. 


1 

Lb. 



Lb. 

95 

253,877 

44 

23,792 

0 95 
2,538 77 



















253,972 

23,836 

2,539 72 













8,855 
' 7,902 
505 
23,1.53 
72,863 
2,310 

1,029 

1,300 

141 

2,048 

8,389 

120 

88 55 
79 02 
5 05 
231 53 
728 63 
23 10 





























- 














115,588 

13,027 

1,155 88 













145,418 

470 

112,507 

88 

561,572 

23,416 

78 

22,577 

8 

52,838 

1,454 18 
4 70 
1,125 07 
0 88 
5,615 72 
















. 





















820, 055 

98,917 

8,200 55 













11,687 

960 

1,203 

165 

49,098 

79,844 

1,751 

115 

204 

48 

3,934 

7,911 

116 87 
9 60 
12 03 
1 65 
490 98 
798 44 











































142,957 

13,963 

1,429 57 








3,294 

576 44 





3,726 

7,622 

3 

6 

143 

149 

177 

12,937 

33 

51 

73,534 

706 04 
2,286 60 

0 90 

1 80 
42 90 
44 70 
53 10 

3,881 10 
9 90 
15 30 
22,060 20 













































































3,294 

576 44 





98,381 

29, 102 54 






Gal. 



Gal. 



Gal. 

125 

1,134 

501 

2,427 

112 72 
546 12 



















1,259 

2,928 

658 84 








X 


176 


CUSTOMS DEPARTMEXT 


I 


9 GEORGE V, A. 1919 
No, 22.— -General Statement of Merchandise 


Articles. 


Dutl\ble Goods — Continued. 


Fish — Con. 

Fish oil, cod liver. 


Fish oil, whale and spermaceti. 


Fish oil, other, n.o.p. 


Other articles the produce of the fisheries, not 
specially provided for. 


Total, fish. 


Flax, hemp and jute, manufactures of, viz. — 
Bags or sacks of hemp, linen or jute 


Canvas of hemp or flax, for ship’s sails. 


Carpeting, rugs, matting and mats of hemp or jute 


Embroideries and lace of linen, white and cream 
coloured. 


Sail twine of flax or hemp to be used for boats’ and 
ships’ sails 


Countries. 


United Kingdom.... 

Japan 

United States 


Total. 


United Kingdom. 
United States 


Total.. 


China 

United States... 

Total 


Hong Kong. . . . 
Newfoundland. 

Japan 

United States.. 


Total. 


United Kingdom. 

B. India 

Hong Kong 

Japan 

United States 


Total. 


United Kingdom. 
United States 


Total. 


United Kingdom. 

Hong Kong 

Japan 

United States 


Total. 


United Kingdom. 

France 

Japan 

United States 


Total. 


United Kingdom. 
United States 


Total. 


General Tariff. 


Quantity. Value. Duty 


Gal. 


75 

20 

1,454 


1,549 


9,203 


9,203 


8 

21,854 


21,862 


Lb. 

2,305 

835 

3,140 


365 

24 

3,446 


3,835 


11,022 


11,022 


15 

20,928 


20,943 


5,540 

55 

7,557 

20,664 


33,816 


990,871 


6,526 

10,238 

6,124 

97 

402,730 


425,715 


188 

478 


666 


1,193 

15 

958 

18,058 


20,224 


19 

410 


429 


612 

586 

1,198 


$ cts. 


82 12 
5 40 
775 39 


862 91 


2,479 98 


2,479 98 


3 37 
4,708 86 


4,712 23 


1,385 00 
13 75 
1,889 25 
5, 166 00 


8,454 00 


176,214 64 


1,305 20 
2,047 60 
1,224 80 
19 40 
80,546 00 


85, 143 00 


9 40 
23 90 


33 30 


298 25 
3 75 
239 50 
4,514 50 


5,056 00 


3 80 
82 00 


85 80 


30 60 
29 30 

59 90 


TRADE REPORT— PART I 


177 


SESSIONAL PAPER No. 11 


Imported for Home Consumption — Continued. 


Preferential Tariff. 

Treaty Rates. 

Total. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty Coll’d 

Gal. 

S 

§ cts. 

Gal. 

8 

, 8 cts. 

Gal. 

$ 

8 cts. 

79 

335 

41 88 




154 

700 

24 

3,446 

124 00 
5 40 
775 39 






20 

, 1,454 













79 

335 

41 88 




1,628 

4,170 

904 79 





35 

63 

7 88 




35 

63 

11,022 

7 88 
2,479 98 




9,203 







35 

63 

7 88 




9,238 

11,085 

2,487 86 










8 

15 

20,928 

3 37 
4,708 86 





' 


21,854 













21,862 

20, 943 

4,712 23 














5,540 

55 

7,557 

20,664 

1,385 00 
13 75 
1,889 25 
5,166 00 




































33,816 

8,454 00 









8,348 

1,125 48 


40,366 

8, 163 76 


1,039,585 

185,503 88 





75,392 

11,308 80 
2,297 25 




• 

81,918 

25,553 

6,124 

97 

12,614 00 
4,344 85 
1,224 80 
19 40 
80,546 00 


15,315 
























402, 730 









90, 707 

13,606 05 





516,422 

98,749 05 












' 

188 

9 40 
23 90 








478 















666 

33 30 









34,841 

6,097 27 


11 

2 47 


36,045 

15 

6,397 99 
3 75 








6,413 

1,442 94 


7,371 

18,058 

1,682 44 
4,514 50 














34,841 

6,097 27 


6,424 

1,445 41 


61,489 

12,598 68 





, 345 

43 14 


2,070 

142 

362 25 


2,415 

142 

405 39 



24 85 


24 85 






19 

3 80 








410 

82 00 









345 

43 14 


2,212 

387 10 


2,986 

516 04 




Lb. 



Lb. 



Lb. 

2,. 305 
835 

612 

30 60 







586 

29 30 













3,140 

1,198 

59 90 








11— i— 12 


178 


CUSTOMS DEPARTMENT 

9, GEORGE V, A. 1919 

No. 22. — General Statement of Merchandise 


Articles. 


Dutiable Goods — Continued. 

Flax, hemp and jute — Con. 

Uncoloured damask of linen, in the piece, stair 
linen, diaper, doylies, tray cloths, uncoloured 
table clothes, or napkins of linen, quilts, counter- 
panes, pillow cases of linen and sheets. 


United Kingdom.... 

Hong Kong 

Malta 

.Azores and Madeira 

China 

France 

Greece 

Italy • 

Japan 

Portugal 

.Spain 

Switzerland 

United States 


Handkerchiefs. 


Horse clothing of jute, shaped or otherwise manu 
factured. 


Towels. 


Countries. 


Total. 


United Kingdom.. 

Malta 

Azores and Madeira 

France 

Japan 

Portugal 

Swntzerland 

United States 


Total 

United States. 


United Kingdom. 
Azores and Madeira 

France 

.Japan 

Portugal 

United States 


Fabrics, brown or bleached. 


Total. 


United Kingdom — 
United States 


Fabrics of flax, unbleached, n.o.p. 


Tailors’ hollands of linen and towelling in the web. 


' Linen clothing, n.o.p. 


Total. 


United Kingdom... 
United States 


Total. 


General Tariff. 


Quantity. Value. Duty 


Yd. 

7,921 

137,715 


145,636 


7,714 

81,950 


89,664 


United Kingdom — 
United States 

1,300 

102,719 

156 

14,735 

39 00 
3,683 75 

Total 

104,019 

14,891 

3,722 75 

United Kingdom 


43 

15 05 





Portiig;?*! 


40 

14 00 

United States 


5,296 

1,853 60 

Total 


5,379 

1,882 65 


5,129 

8 

22 

4,282 

180 

3,700 

256 

4,114 

10,768 

4,.019 

655 

790 

17,924 


51,847 


5,163 

" "37 


166 

59 

6 

3,443 


8,874 


.627 


882 

61 

48 

115 

6 

7,514 


8,626 


1,660 

15,453 


17,113 


1,234 

11,034 


12,268 


S cts. 


1,538 70 
2 40 
6 60 
1,284 60 
54 00 
1,110 00 
76 80 
1,234 20 
3,230 40 
1,205 70 
196 50 
237 00 
5,377 20 


15,5.54 10 


1,807 05 
’ 12 95 


58 10 
20 65 
2 10 
1,205 05 


3, 105 90 


188 10 


264 60 
18 30 
14 40 
34 50 
1 80 
2,254 20 


2,587 80 


415 00 
3,863 25 


4,278 25 


308 50 
2,758 50 


3,067 00 


N 


TRADE REPORT— PART I 


179 


-SESSIONAL PAPER No. 11 

Imported for Home Consumption — Continued. 


Preferential Tariff. 

T eeaty Rates. 

Total. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty Coll’d 


451,039 

$ 

90,207 80 

$ cts. 


$ cts. 


S 

456, 168 
8 

22 

4,282 

180 

3,700 

256 

4,114 

10,768 

4,019 

655 

290 

17,924 

S • cts. 

91,746 50 
2 40 
• 6 60 
1,284 60 
54 00 
1,110 00 
76 80 
1,234 20 
3,2.30 40 
1,205 70 
196 50 
237 00 
5,377 20 













. 


• 












































































451,039 

90,207 80 





502,886 

105,761 90 








206,554 

51,638 50 


1,624 

65 

527 80 
21 12 


213,341 

65 

37 

148 

294 

59 

5,704 

3,443 

53,973 35 
21 12 
12 95 
48 10 
99 70 
20 65 
1,853 97 
1,205 05 













148 

128 

48 10 
41 60 
















5,698 

1,851 87 















206,554 

51,638 50 


7,663 

2,490 49 


223,091 

57,234 89 











627 

188 10 









96,301 

19,260 20 





97, 183 
61 
48 
115 
6 

7,514 

19,524 80 
18 .30 
14 40 
34 50 
1 80 
2,254 20 





















' 





















96,301 

19,260 20 





104,927 

21,848 00 






YtI. , 
356,357 

90,473 

15,833 11 

Yd. 



Yd. 

364,278 

137,715 

92, 133 
15,453 

y 

16,248 11 
3, §63 25 










356,357 

90,473 

15,8.33 11 




501,993 

IOT',586 

20,111 36 




2,148,600 

386,230 

57,934 50 




2,156,314 

81,950 

387,461 

11,034 

58,243 00 
2,758 50 










2,148,600 

386,230 

57,934 50 




2,238,264 

398,498 

61,001 50 




890, 520 

117,877 

20,628 84 




891,820 

102,719 

118,033 

14,735 

20,667 84 
3,683 75 










890,520 

117,877 

20,628 84 



• 

994,539 

132,768 

24,351 59 





1,521 

380 25 


17 

660 

5 52 
214 52 


1,581 

660 

40 

5,296 

400 82 
214 52 
14 00 
1,853 60 
























1,521 

380 25 


677 

220 04 


7,577 

2,482 94 





11— i— 12^ 


180 


CUSTOMS DEPARTMENT 


9 GEORGE V, A. 1919 

No. 22. — General Statement of Merchandise 


Articles. 


Dutiable Goods — Con. 

Flax, hemp and jute — Con. 

Linen blouses and shirt waists 


United Kingdom. 

France 

United States 


Linen thread, n.o.p. 


United Kingdom. 
United States 


Shirts of linen. 


Linen tape not over H inches in width. 


Tapestry, jute. 


Jute cloth, or jute canvas, uncoloured, not further 
finished than cropped, bleached, mangled or 
calendered. 


Fabrics of flax, printed, dyed or coloured, n.o.p.. 


Other manufactures of hemp, or flax, or of wh.ch 
hemp or flax is the component material of chief 
value, n.o.p. 


Manufactures of jute, n.o.p. 


Total, flax, hemp and jute, manufactures of 


Countries. 


Total. 


Total. 


United Kingdom. 
France 


Total. 


United Kingdom. 
United States 


Total. 


United Kingdom. 
United States 


General Tariff. 


Quantity. Value. Duty 


Lb. 

598 

2,906 


3,504 


140 


140 


1,100 

4,475 


5,575 


Doz. 


Total.. . 


United Kingdom.... 

Hong Kong 

B. India 

United States 

Total 


18 , 941,165 


United Kingdom. 
United States 


Total. 


L'nited Kingdom . . . 

Newfoundland 

Azores and Madeira. 

Japan 

Portugal 

Switzerland 

United States 


Total.. 


United Kingdom. 

France 

United States 


Total. 


Yd. 
263,636 
2,000 
8 , 871,177 
9 , 804,352 


23,866 


23,866 


80 

75 


155 


34,485 


34,485 


28,278 

100 

824,728 

1 , 185,068 


S cts. 


49 00 


49 00 


275 00 
1,118 75 


1,393 75 


28 00 
26 25 


54 25 


12,069 75 


12,069 75 


1 75 


1 75 


2,827 80 
10 00 
82,472 80 
118,506 80 


2 , 038,174 203,817 40 


4,021 


4,021 


794 

120 

924 

645 

294 

339 

46,997 


50,113 


1,388 

24 

53,945 


55,357 


2 , 755,884 


1,306 89 


1,306 89 


277 90 
42 00 
323 40 
225 75 
102 90 
118 65 
16,448 95 


17,539 55 


347 00 
6 00 
13,486 25 


13,839 25 


374,836 14 


TRADE REPORT— PART I 


181 


SESSIONAL PAPER No. 11 

Imported for Home Consumption — Continued. 


Preferential Tariff. 

Treaty Rates. 

Total. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty Coll’d 


$ 

18 

$ cts. 

4 50 


$ 

/ 

$ 


$ 

18 

15 

140 

$ cts. 

4 50 
4 88 
49 00 



15 

4 88 















18 

4 50 


15 

4 88 


173 

58 38 




Lb. 

173,936 

210,787 

. 36,887 79 

Lb. 

64 

97 

21 82 

Lb. 

174,598 

2,906 

211,984 

4,475 

37,184 61 
1,118 75 







173,936 

210,787 

36,887 79 

64 

97 

21 82 

177,504 

216,459 

38,303 36 

Doz. 

25 

745 

186 25 

Doz. 



Doz. 

27 

1 

825 

75 

214 25 
26 25 










25 

745 

186 25 




28 

900 

240 50 





3,250 

812 50 





3,250 

34,485 

812 50 
12,069 75 














3,250 

812 50 





37,735 

12,882 25 







296 

44 40 





296 

7 

44 40 
1 75 


• 












296 

44 40 





303 

46 15 






Yd. 

10,908,035 
’50,645,’ 632 

1,674,955 

'125,621 62 

Yd. 



Yd. 

11,171,671 

2,000 

59,516,809 

9,804,352 

1,703,233 

100 

3,894,042 

1,185,068 

128,449 42 
10 00 
312,671 32 
118,506 80 




3,069,314 

230,198 52 













61,553,667 

4,744,269 

355,820 14 




80,494,832 

6,782,443 

559,637 54 




35,928 

10,329 

2,582 25 




35,928 

23,866 

10,329 

4,021 

2,582 25 
1,306 89 










35,928 

10,329 

2,582 25 




59,794 

14,350 

3,889 14 





16,105 

4,026 25 





16,899 

120 

924 

645 

294 

339 

46,997 

4,304 15 
42 00 
323 40 
225 75 
102 90 
118 65 
16,448 95 

















































16,105 

4,026 25 





66,218 

21,565 80 







151,941 

22,791 15 





153,329 

24 

53,945 

/ 

23,138 15 
6 OO 
13,486 25 





















151,941 

22,791 15 





207,298 

36,630 40 







6,613,628 

698,784 89 


17,088 

4,569 74 


9,386,600 

1,078,190 77 





/ 


182 


CUSTOMS DIPARTMENT 


9 GEORGE V, A. 1919 
No. 22. — General Statement of Merchandise 


Articles. 


Dutiable Goods — Con. 
Foundry facings of all kinds 


Fruits, including nuts, viz. — 
Dried apples 

Currants 


Dates 


Figs, 


Prunes and plums unpitted 


Raisins. 


All other, dried fruits, n.o.p 


Almonds, shelled 


Countries. 

General Tariff. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty. 



S 

§ cts. 

T^nit.pfl TCin^Hom.... 




United States 


48,172 

12,043 00 

Total 


48,172 

12,043 00 


Lb. 



United States 

537,354 

67,741 

16,935 25 

Australia 

1,523,076 

192,563 

10,153 96 

Greece 

88,571 

19,778 

590 47 

United States 

224,247 

39,731 

1,494 98 

Total 

1,835,894 

252,072 

12,2.39 41 

United Kingdom.... 

3,509 

261 

19 29 

Hong Kong 

10,099 

800 

55 53 

China 

53 

5 

0 28 

Japan 

1,630 

130 

8 86 

United Stated 

2,593,369 

362,075 

14,263 43 

Total 

2,608,660 

363,271 

14,347 39 

Hong Kong 

400 

20 

2 20 

Cuba 

2,500 

208 

13 75 

Portugal .% 

380,948 

16,187 

2,095 21 

Spain 

51 , 620 

3,902 

283 91 

United States 

1,754,848 

176,289 

9,651 86 

Total 

2,190,316 

196,606 

12,046 93 

T’^nifpH TCing^Hom .. . . 





3 688 

' 381 

24 58 

China 

69 

12 

0 46 

United States 

15,201,539 

1,227,859 

101,343 56 

Total 

15,205,296 

1,228,252 

101,368 60 

United Kingdom.... 

20 

3 

0 13 

Australia 

109,200 

14,164 

728 00 

Hong Kong 

30 

5 

0 20 

Newfoundland 

68 

9 

0 45 

Japan 

1,572 

263 

10 38 

Spain 

189,910 

31,400 

1,266 06 

United States 

32,886,620 

2,867,424 

219,244 12 

Total 

33,187,420 

2,913,268 

221,249 34 

United Kingdom.... 

' K075 

359 

89 75 

Hong Kong 

137,554 

15,733 

3,933 25 

China 

744 

79 

19 75 

Japan 

31,226 

' 951 

237 75 

United States 

5,7H,681 

650,328 

162,582 00 

Total 

5,885,280 

667,450 

166,862 50 

United Kingdom.... 

11,054 

2,333 

442 16 

Hong Kong 

8,855 

1,708 

354 20 

Franpp 




Italy 

144,699 

32,677 

5,787 96 

■Japan 

280 

143 

11 20 

Morocco 

4,390 

548 

175 60 

Portugal 

40,600 

9,532 

1,624 00 

Spain 

463,113 

120, 309 

18,524 52 

United States 

386, 130 

132,347 

15,445 20 

I Total '. . . . 

1,059,121 

299,597 

42,364 84 


TRADE REPORT-PART I 


183 


SESSIONAL PAPER No. 11 


Imported for Home Consumption — Continued. 


If 

Preferential Tariff. 

Treaty Rates. 

Total. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty Coll’d 


$ 

959 

$ ^ cts. 
143 85 


$ 

$ cts. 


S 

959 

48,172 

$ cts. 

143 85 
12,043 00 













959 

143 85 





49,131 

12,186 85 





Lb. 



Lb. 



Lb. 

537,354 

67,741 

16,935 25 









\ 




1,523,076 

88,571 

224,247 

192,563 

19,778 

39,731 

10,153 96 
590 47 
1,494 98 

























1,835,894 

252,072 

12,239 41 













3,509 

10,099 

53 

1,630 

2,593,369 

261 

800 

5 

130 

362,075 

19 29 
55 53 
0 28 
8 86 
14,263 43 





































2,608,660 

363,271 

14,347 39 













400 

^ 2,500 

380,948 
51,620 
1,754,848 

20 

208 

16,187 

3,902 

176,289 

2 20 
13 75 
2,095 21 
283 91 
9,651 86 

\ 




































2,190,316 

196,606 

12,046 93 







350 

19 

1 75 




350 

3,688 

69 

15,201,539 

19 

381 

12 

1,227,859 

1 75 
24 58 
0 46 
101,343 56 






















350 

19 

1 75 




15,205,646 

1,228,271 

101,370 35 










20 

109,200 

30 

68 

1,572 

189,910 

32,886,620 

3 

14,164 

5 

9 

263 

31,400 

2,867,424 

0 13 
728 00 
0 20 
0 45 
10 38 
1,266 06 
219,244 12 













: 




































33,187,420 

2,913,268 

221,249 34 







3,618 

no 

19 25 




4,693 

137,554 

744 

31,226 

5,714,681 

469 

15,733 

79 

650,328 

109 00 
3,933 25 
19 75 
237 75 
162,582 00 















- 










• 



3,618 

no 

19 25 




5,888,898 

667,560 

166,881 75 




20 

20 

0 60 

10,834 

2,133 

361 13 

21,908 

8,855 

1,215 

144,699 

280 

4,390 

40,600 

606,505 

386,130 

4,486 

1,708 

514 

32,677 

143 

548 

9,532 

160,800 

132,347 

803 89 
354 20 
40 49 
5,787 96 
11 20 
175 60 
1,624 00 
23,304 21 
15,445 20 




1,215 

514 

40 49 
















. 









143,392 

40,491 

4,779 69 










20 

20 

0 60 

155,441 

43,138 

5,181 31 

1,214,582 

342,755 

47,546 75 


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9 GEORGE V, A. 1919 

No. 22. — General Statement of Merchandise 


Articles. 


Dutiable Goods — Continued. 


Fruits, including nuts — Con. 
Almonds, not shelled. ... 


Brazil nuts, not shelled 

Pecans, not shelled and shelled peanuts, n.o.p. 


Walnuts, not shelled . 


All other nuts, not shelled, n.o.p. 


All other nuts, shelled. 


Green apples. 


Countries. 


General Tariff. 


berries, n.o.p. 
Cherries 


Cranberries. 



Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty. 


Lb. 

S 

S cts. 

Hong Kong 

464 

80 

9 28 

F ranee 

44,. 539 

5,561 

890 78 

Spain 

299,395 

37,952 

5,987 90 

United States 

459,969 

68,399 

9, 199 38 

Total 

804,367 

111,992 

16,087 34 

United States 

1,299,586 

138,312 

25,991 72 

Hong Kong 

51,919 

3,421 

1,038 38 

China 

201,995 

15,517 

4,039 90 

Japan 

1,584,571 

88,201 

31,691 42 

United States 

7,240,309 

771,868 

144,806 18 

Total 

9,078,794 

879,007 

181,575 88 

United Kingdom.... 

1,685 

177 

33 70 

Hong Kong 

250 

22 

5 00 

China 

52, 148 

3,849 

1,042 96 

France 

137,340 

20,278 

2,746 80 

Italy 

34,633 

2,4.30 

692 66 

Japan 

101,045 

9,357 

2,020 90 

United States 

574,893 

88,920 

11,497,86 

Total 

901,994 

125,033 

18,039 88 

Hong Kong 

68,197 

5,370 

1,363 94 

China 

52,202 

4,141 

1,044 04 

Vrn.TiGft 

97,203 

14,826 

36,562 

16,923 

1,944 06 

Tfflly 

. . 305, 554 

6,111 08 
7,415 46 

Japan 

370 ; 773 

Spain 

204,435 

20,351 

4,088 70 

United States 

5,580,945 

546,013 

111,618 90 

Total 

6,679,309 

644, 186 

133,586 18 

United Kingdom — 

12,424 

2,350 

-496 96 

Hong Kong 

12,506 

2,810 

500 24 

China 

23,822 

3,417 

952 88 

France 

552 675 

183,823 

22,107 00 

Italy 

9,968 

2,516 

398 72 

Japan ". . . 

66,114 

12,516 

2,644 56 

Spain 

392,617 

80, 563 

15,704 68 

United States 

892,477 

352,477 

35,699 08 

Total 

1,962,603 

640,472 

78,504 12 

• 

. United States 

Brl. 

426,229 

1,528,660 

383,606 10 

United States 

Lb. 

7,024,96S 

685,192 

140,499 30 

. United States 

923,139 

107,297 

18,462 78 

. United States 

Brl. 

11,50'! 

102,02^ 

25,506 00 


TRADE REPORT— PART I 


185 


SESSIONAL PAPER No. 11 

Imported for Home Consumption — Continued. 


Preferential Tariff. 

Treaty Rates. 

Total. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty Coll’d 

Lb. 

S 

$ cts. 

Lb. 

S 

S Ctb* 

Lb. 

464 

44,539 

299,395 

459,969 

$ 

80 
5,561 
37, 952 
68, .399 

S cts. 

9 28 
890 78 
5,987 90 
-9, 199 38 




























• 



804,367 

111,992 

16,087 34 













1,299,586 

138,312 

25,991 72 













51,919 
201,995 
1,584,571 
7, 240, 309 

3,421 

15,517 

88,201 

771,868 

1.038 38 

4.039 90 
31,691 42 

144,806 18 































9,078,794 

879,007 

181,575 88 













1,685 
250 
52, 148 
137,340 
34, 633 
101,045 
574,893 

177 

22 

3,849 

20,278 

2,430 

9,357 

88,920 

33 70 
5 00 
1,042 96 
2, 746 80 
692 66 
2,020 90 
11,497 86 

















































901,994 

125,033 

18,039 88 













68, 197 

52.202 

97. 203 
305, 554 
370, 773 
204,435 

5, 580, 945 

5,370 
4,141 
14,826 
36, 562 
16,923 
20, 351 
546,013 

1,363 94 
1,044 04 
1,944 06 
6,111 08 
7,415 46 
4,088 70 
111,618 90 

















































6,679,309 

644, 186 

133,586 18 







6,955 

939 

208 65 

24, 128 

7,333 

804 26 

43,507 

12,506 

23,822 

994,317 

9,968 

66,151 

473,845 

892,477 

10, 622 
2,810 
3,417 
324, 845 
2,516 
12,'519 
97,278 
352,477 

1,509 87 
500 24 
952 88 
36,828 37 
398 72 
2,645 76 
18,412 28 
35,699 08 








- 


441,642 

141,022 

14,721 37 







37 

81,228 

3 

16,715 

1 20 
2,707 60 





' 








6,955 

939 

208 65 

547,035 

165, 073 

18,234 43 

2,516,593 

806, 484 

96,947 20 

Brl. 

• 


Brl. 



Brl. 

426, 229 

1,528,660 

383,606 10 







Lb. 



Lb. 



Lb. 

7,024,965 

685, 192 

140,499 30 













923, 139 

107,297 

18,462 78 







Brl. 



Brl. 



Brl. 

11,504 

102,024 

25,506 00 








186 


CUSTOMS DEPARTMENT 


9 GEORGE V, A. 191g 

No. 22. — General Statement of Merchandise 


Articles. 


Duti.^ble Goods — Continued. 

Fruits, including nuts — Con. 

Currants 

( 

Grapes j 

Limes {See Free Goods) 

Peaches 

Plums 

Quinces, apricots, pears and nectarines, n.o.p 

All other, n.o.p ; 


Fruits in air-tight cans or other air-tight packages 


Fruits, preserved in brandy, or preserved in other 
spirits, and containing not more than 40 p.c. of 
proof spirits, etc. 

Total, fruits and nuts 

Furniture, house, office, cabinet or store furniture of 
wood, iron or other material, in parts or finished. 


Countries. 

General Tariff. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty. 


Lb. 

$ 

i cts. 

United States 

1,088 

123 

21 76 

United States 

7,200,484 

441,937 

144,009 68 

United States 


805 

80 50 

United States 

13,451,431 

496,873 

134,514 31 


Bush. 



United States 

150,022 

409,097 

45,006 60 


Lb. 



Japan 

7,320 

218 

36 60 

United States 

21,249,285 

691,436 

106,246 53 

Total 

21,256,605 

691,654 

106,283 13 

United Kingdom 




B. W. Indies 


76 

19 00 

Hong Kong 


140 

35 00 

Italy 


8,852 

2,213 00 

United States 


26,137 

6,534 25 

Total 


35,205 

8,801 25 

United Kingdom 

9,137 

735 

228 42 

B. W. Indies 

900 

84 

22 50 

Hong Kong 

26,229 

1,975 

655 72 

Newfoundland 

55 

5 

1 37 

China 

96 

5 

2 40 

France 

5,346 

1,066 

133 65 

Hawaii 

391,811 

30,060 

9,795 27 

Japan 

412 

40 

10 30 

Spain 

91,180 

4,806 

2,279 50 

United States 

6,916,481 

608,916 

172,911 41 

Total 

7,441,647 

647,692 

186,040 54 


Gal. 



F ranee 

24 

77 

46 20 

United States 

126 

400 

240 00 

Total 

150 

477 

286 20 



13,674,295 

2,234,317 53 



United Kingdom.... 


1,730 

519 00 

Australia 


18 

5 40 

B. W. Indies 


16 

4 80 

Hong Kong 


509 

152 70 

Newfoundland 


20 

6 00 

China 


7 

2 10 

France 


10 

3 00 

Italy 


426 

127 80 

Japan 


634 

190 20 

Mexico ! 


25 

7 50 

United States 


1,121,241 

336,372 30 

Total 


1,124,636 

337,390 80 


TRADE REPORT— PART I 


187 


SESSIONAL PAPER No. 11 


Imported for Home Consumption — Continued. 


Preferential Tariff. 

Treaty Rates. 

Total. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty Coll’d 

Lb. 

$ 

$ cts. 

Lb. 

$ 

$ cts. 

Lb. 

1,088 

$ 

123 

$ cts. 
21 76 













7,200,484 

441,937 

144,009 68 














805 

80 50 














13,451,431 

496, 873 

134,514 31 







Bush. 



Bush. 



Bush. 
150, 022 

409,097 

45,006 60 







Lb. 



Lb. 



Lb. 

7,320 

21,249,285 

218 

691,436 

36 60 
106,246 53 



















21,256,605 

691,654 

106,283 13 








21 

395 

3 67 
69 14 





21 

471 

140 

8,852 

26,137 

3 67 
88 14 
35 00 
2,213 00 
6,534 25 

































416 

72 81 





35,621 

8,874 06 






51,200 

337,532 

3,211 
26, 367 

896 00 
5,906 80 


• 


60, 337 
338, 432 
26,229 
55 
96 
5,346 
391,811 
412 
91,180 
6,916,481 

3,946 

26,451 

1,975 

5 

5 

1,066 
30, 060 
40 
4,806 
608,916 

1,124 42 
5,929 30 
655 72 

1 37 

2 40 
133 65 

9,795 27 
10 30 
2,279 50 
172,911 41 



- 




* 
































- 
















388,732 

29,578 

6,802 80 




7,830,379 

677,270 

192,843 34 




Gal. 



Gal. 



Gal. 

24 

126 

77 

400 

46 20 
240 00 








\ 










* 

150 

477 

286 20 








31,082 

7, 105 86 


208,211 

23,415 74 


13,913,588 

2,264,839 13 





27,021 

5,404 20 


175 

48 12 


28,926 

18 

16 

4,249 

20 

7 

250 

426 

7,696 

25 

1,121,241 

5,971 32 

5 40 
4 80 

1,181 20 

6 00 
2 10 

69 00 
127 80 
2,132 35 
7 50 
336,372 30 















3,740 

1,028 50 


















240 

66 00 












7,062 

1,942 15 






















27,021 

5,404 20 


11,217 

3,084 77 


1,162,874 

345,879 77 





188 


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9. GEORGE V, A. 1919 
No. 22. — General Statement of Merchandise 


Articles. 


Dutiable Goods — Continued. - 

Furs and manufactures of, viz; — 

Fur skins wholly or partially dressed, n.o.p. . 


United Kingdom. 

China 

France 

Japan 

United States 


Caps, hats, muffs, tippets, capes, coats and cloaks 
of fur and other manufactures of fur, n.o.p. 


United Kingdom. 

Japan 

United States 


Total, furs and manufactures of. 


Fuses, non-metallic. 


Glass and manufactures of, viz: — 

Glass carboys or demijohns, bottles, decanters, 
flasks, jars and phials. 


Glass balls, and cut, pressed or moulded, crystal 
glass tableware, blown glass tableware, and 
other cut glassware. 


Lamp chimneys, glass shades or globes . 


Ornamental figured and enamelled coloured glass 
and memorial or other ornamental wdndow 
glass, n.o.p. 


Painted or vitrified, chipped, figured, enamelled 
'and obscured white glass. 


Countries. 


Total. 


T otal . 


United Kingdom. 
United States 


Total. 


United Kingdom. 

B.W. Indies 

Hong Kong 

France 

Japan 

Miquelon and St. 

Pierre 

Switzerland 

United States 


Total. 


United Kingdom. 

Hong Kong 

France 

Holland 

Japan 

Sweden 

United States. . . . 


Total. 


United Kingdom. 

Hong Kong 

France 

Germany 

Japan 

United States. . . . 


Total. 


United Kingdom. 
United States. . . . 


Total. 


United Kingdom. 
United States. . . . 


Total. 


General Tariff. 


Quantity. Value. Duty 


36,037 

4,396 

126,823 

1,954 

346,659 


515,869 


2,733 

1,198 

323,690 


327,621 


843,490 


3,776 

57,332 


61,108 


1,915 

635 

136 

372 

33,150 

60 

21 

678,336 


714,625 


' ■ 758 
12 
653 
686 
2,848 
63 

361,996 


367,016 


19 

81 

22 

18 

271 

184,446 


184,857 


5,350 


5,350 


496 

496 


S cts. 


5,405 55 
659 40 
19,023 45 
293 10 
51,998 85 


77,380 35 


819 90 
359 40 
97,107 00 


98,286 30 


175,666 65 


755 20 
11,466 40 


12,221 60 


622 38 
206 38 
44 20 
120 90 
10,773 75 

19 50 
6 83 
220,461 00 


232,254 94 


246 35 
3 90 
212 23 
222 95 
925 60 
20 48 
117,651 40 


119,282 91 


6 18 
26 22 
7 15 
5 85 
88 08 
59,946 59 


60,080 07 


1,337 50 


1,337 50 


124 00 
124 00 


TRADE REPORT— PART 1 


189 


SESSIONAL PAPER No. 11 


Imported for Home Consumption — Continued. 


Preferential Tariff. 

Treaty Rates. 

Total. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty. Coll’d 


$ 

2,852 

$ cts. 
285 20 


S 

$ cts. 


$ 

38,889 
4,396 
126,823 
1,954 
346, 659 

$ cts. 

5,690 75 
659 40 
19,023 45 
293 10 
51,998 85 









- 


























2,852 

285 20 





518,721 

77,665 55 







89,687 

17,937 40 


• 



92,420 

1,198 

323,690 

18,757 30 
359 40 
97, 107 00 





















89,687 

17,937 40 





417,308 

116,223 70 







92,539 

18,222 60 





936,029 

193,889 25 







103,814 

12,976 81 





107, 590 
57,332 

13,732 01 
11,466 40 














103,814 

12,976 81 





164,922 

25, 198 41 







9,371 

56 

1,874 20 
11 20 





11,286 
691 
136 
372 
33, 150 

60 

21 

678 336 

2,496 58 
217 58 
44 20 
120 90 
10,773 75 

19 50 
6 83 
220,461 00 






















































9,427 

1,885 40 





724,052 

234, 140 34 







7,969 

1,593 80 





8,727 

12 

653 

686 

2,848 

63 

361,996 

1,840 15 
3 90 
212 23 
222 95 
925 60 
20 48 
117,651 40 

















































7,969 

1,593 80 





374 985 

120,876 71 







392 

78 40 





411 

81 

22 

18 

271 

184,446 

84 58 
26 22 
7 15 
5 85 
88 08 
59,946 59 





















- 





















392 

78 40 





185, 249 

60, 158 47 







7,081 

1,239 17 





7,081 

5,350 

1,239 17 
1,337 50 














7,081 

1,239 17 





12,431 

2,576 67 







3,805 

665 88 





3,805 

496 

665 88 
124 00 














3,805 

665 88 





4,301 

789 88 







190 


CUSTOMS DEPARTMENT 


9 GEORGE V, A. 191g 
No. 22.— General Statement of ^Merchandise 


Articles. 


Duti.^^ble Goods — Continued. 

Glass and manufactures of — Con. 

Common and colourless window glass. . 


United Kingdom. 

Japan 

United States. . . . 


Plain, coloured, opaque, stained or tinted, or 
muffled glass in sheets. 


Plate glass, not bevelled, in sheets or panes, not 
exceeding 7 sq. ft. each, n.o.p. 


Plate glass, not bevelled, in sheets or panes 
exceeding 7 sq. ft. each, and not exceeding 25 sq. 
ft. each, n.o.p. 


Plate glass, n.o.p. 


United Kingdom. 
United States. . . . 


United Kingdom. 
United States. . . . 


Plate glass, bevelled, n.o.p. 


Silvered glass, bevelled or not, framed or not 
framed. 


Stained or ornamental glass windows . 


Glass in sheets and bent plate glass, n.o.p. 


Articles of glass, not plate or sheet, designed to be 
cut or mounted, and manufactures of glass, n.o.p. 


Countries. 


Total. 


Total. 


Total. 


United Kingdom . 
United States. . . . 


Total. 


United Kingdom. 
United States. . . . 


Total. 


United States. 


United Kingdom. 
Hong Kong 

P'^o-nr‘0 

Japan 

United States. . . . 


Total. 


United Kingdom. 
United States. . . . 


Total. 


United Kingdom. 

Japan 

United States 


Total. 


Total, glass and manufactures of. 


Total. 


66 900 
28,925,725 


United Kingdom . 

Hong Kong 

Newfoundland. . . . 

France 

Holland 

Italy 

Japan 

Switzerland 

United States. . . . 


General Tariff. 


Quantity. Value. Duty 


Sq. ft. 


28,992,625 


1,359,827 


1,359,827 


417,582 


417,582 


708,765 


708,765 


188 


3,615 

1,820,729 


451 90 
227,591 76 


1,824,344 


228,043 66 


31,196 


31,196 


468,502 


468,502 


184,396 


184,396 


353,928 


353,928 


110 


65 

21 

1,536 

1,42.3 

85,720 


88,765 


4,240 


4,240 


1,029 

97 

120,201 


121,327 


961 

1,566 

4 

472 

666 

2,979 

6,722 

3,701 

622,353 


639,424 


$ cts. 


7,799 00 


7,799 00 


46,850 20 


46,850 20 


50,708 99 


50,708 99 


123,874 80 


123,874 80 


38 50 


22 75 
7 35 
537 60 
498 05 
30,002 00 


31,067 75 


1,272 00 


1,272 00 


257 25 
24 25 
30,050 25 


30,331 75 


216 23 
352 35 
0 90 
106 20 
149 85 
670 28 
J,512 45 
832 73 
140,031 30 


143,872 29 


4,988,576 


1,076,938 36 


TRADE REPORT— PART 1 


191 


SESSIONAL PAPER No. 11 

Imported for Home Consumption — Continued. 


Preferential Tariff. 

Treaty Rates. 

Total. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty Coll’d 

Sq. ft. 
43,935 

$ 

2,963 

$ cts. 
222 23 

Sq. ft. 

S 

$ cts. 

Sq. ft. 

43,935 
66, 900 
28,925,725 

$ 

2,963 

3,615 

1,820,729 

$ cts. 

222 23 
451 90 
227,591 76 
















. 43,935 

2,963 

222, 23 




29,036,560 

1,827,307 

228,265 89 





9,400 

1,645 02 





9,400 

31,196 

1,645 02 
7,799 00 














9,400 

1,645 02 





40,596 

9,444 02 





- 

16,493 

4,823 

361 72 




16,493 

1,359,827 

4,823 

468,502 

361 72 
46,850 20 










'16,493 

4,823 

361 72 




1,376,320 

473,325 

47,211 92 




18,492 

6,788 

1,018 20 




18,492 

417,582 

6,788 

184,396 

1,018 20 
50,708 99 










18,492 

6,788 

1,018 20 




436,074 

191,184 

51,727 19 




51,225 

18,558 

4, 175 55 




51,225 

708,765 

18,558 

353,928 

4, 175 55 
123,874 80 










51,225 

18,558 

4,175 55 




759,990 

372,486 

128,050 35 










188 

110 

38 50 








26,283 

5,913 83 


22 

6 60 


26 370 
21 

17,874 

3,610 

85,720 

5,943 18 
7 35 
5,439 00 
1,154 15 
30,002 00 








16,338 

2,187 

4,901 40 
656 10 




















26,283 

5,913 83 


18,547 

5,564 10 


133,595 

42,545 68 





1,987 

397 40 


« 



1,987 

4,240 

397 40 
1,272 00 














1,987 

397 40 





6,227 

1,669 40 







11,034 

1,930 90 





12,063 

97 

120,201 

2,188 15 
24 25 
30,050 25 





















11,034 

1,930 90 





132,361 

32,262 65 


18,897 

2,834 55 


482 

96 40 



20,340 

1,566 

4 

6,784 

666 

2,979 

34,822 

5,196 

622,353 

3,147 18 
352 35 
0 90 
1,368 60 
149 85 
670 28 
7, 132 45 
1,131 73 
140,031 30 















6,312 

1,262 40 



















28, 100 
1,495 

5,620 00 
299 00 






















18,897 

2,834 55 


36, 389 

7,277 80 



694,710 

153,984 64 





129,407 

23,962 05 


54,936 

12,841 90 



5,172,919 

1,113,742 31 





192 


CUSTOMS DEPARTMENT 


9 GEORGE V, A. 1919 

No. 22.- -General Statement of Merchandise 


Articles. 


Dutiable Goods — Continued. 
Gloves and mitts of all kinds 


Gold and Silver, manufactures of, viz: — 

Gold, silver and Dutch or Schlag metal leaf. 


Manufactures of gold and silver, n.o.p. 


Electro-plated ware and gilt ware, n.o.p. 


Sterling or other silverware, n.o.p. 


Silver and other coin, foreign, except gold. 


Total, gold and silver manufactures of. 


Grease, axle. 


Countries. 


United Kingdom. 

Hong Kong 

Newfoundland. . . . 

France 

Italy 

Japan 

Switzerland 

United States. . . . 


Total 


United Kingdom. 

Hong Kong 

France 

Japan 

Sweden 

United States 


Gunpowder and other explosives, etc. — 

Gun, rifle, sporting, cannon, musket and cannister 
powder. 


Blasting and mining powder. 


Giant powder, nitro. nitro-glycerine and other 
explosives, n.o.p. 


Total. 


United Kingdom. 

France.. 

United States 


Total.. 


United Kingdom. 

Hong Kong 

France.. 

Italy 

Japan 

Switzerland 

United States 


Total. . 


United Kingdom. 

Hong Kong 

Japan 

United States 


Total.. 


United States. 


United Kingdom. 
United States 


Total. . 


United States. 
United States. 
United States. 


General Tariff. 


Quantity. 


Value. 


3,316 

89 

6 

16,385 
23 611 
17,540 


437,316 


498,263 


Lb. 
480 
5,520,415 


5,520,895 


12,594 


100 


270 

1 

244 

1,680 

2,616 

28,950 


33,761 


2 

15,166 


15,168 


948 

114 

48 

229 


364 

90,342 


92,045 


442 

21 

9Q 

44,802 


45,293 


186,271 


340, 144 


340, 183 


10,963 


29 


307,941 135,788 7,698 56 


Duty. 


$ cts. 

1,160 60 
31 15 
2 10 
5,734 75 
8,263 85 
6,139 00 


153,060 60 


174,392 05 


74 25 
0 28 
67 10 
462 00 
719 40 
7,961 44 


9,284 47 


0 70 
5,308 10 


5,308 80 


331 80 
39 90 
16 80 
80 15 


127 40 
31,619 70 


32,215 75 


154 70 
7 35 
9 80 
15,680 70 


15,852 55 


1 40 


62,662 97 


7 80 

68,028 80 


68,036 60 


377 82 


2 00 


193 


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SESSIONAL PAPER No. 11 


Imported for Home Consumption — Continued. 


Preferential Tariff 

Treaty Rates. 

Total. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty Coll’d 


$ 

553,207 

$ cts. 
' 124,472 18 


$ 

81,941 

$ cts. 
24,582 30 


1 

6.38,464 

89 

6 

459, 559 
45,413 
106,842 
1,255 
437,316 

$ cts. 

150,215 08 
31 15 
2 10 
138,686 95 
14,804 45 
32,929 60 
376 50 
153,060 60 















443, 174 
21,802 
89,302 
1,255 

132,952 20 
6,540 60 
26,790 60 
376 50 






























553,207 

124,472 18 


637,474 

191,242 20 


1,688,944 

490, 106 43 





5,969 

895 35 





6,239 

1 

366 

1,865 

2,616 

28,950 

969 60 
. 0 28 
97 60 
508 25 
719 40 
7,961 44 










122 

185 

30 50 
46 25 




















5,969 

895 35 


307 

76 75 


40,037 

10,256 57 





1,766 

397 38 


264 

474 

79 20 
142 20 


2,030 

476 

15,166 

476 58 
142 90 
5,308 10 

















1,766 

397 38 


738 

221 40 


17,672 

5,927 58 




/ 

. 50,272 

11,311 41 


446 

133 80 


51,666 

114 

4,215 

229 

15 

364 

90,342 

11,777 01 
39 90 
1,266 90 
80 15 
4 50 
127 40 
31,619 70 








4,167 

1,250 10 











15 

4 50 






















50,272 

11,311 41 


4,628 

1,388 40 


146,945 

44,915 56 





42,780 

9,624 85 





43,222 

21 

107 

44,802 

9,779 55 
7 35 
33 50 
15,680 70 










79 

23 70 















42,780 

9,624 85 


79 

23 70 


88,152 

25,501 10 











4 

1 40 








/ . .... 

100,787 

22,228 99 


5,752 

1,710 25 


292,810 

86,602 21 




Lb. 

42,687 

2,905 

363 13 

Lb. 



Lb. 

43,167 

5,520,415 

2,944 

340,144 

370 93 
68,028 80 










42,687 

2,905 

363 13 




5,563,582 

343,088 

68,399 73 







» 



12,594 

10,963 

377 82 













IOC 

2£ 

2 00 













307,941 

135,788 

7,698 56 








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9 GEORGE V, A. 1919 

No. 22. — General Statement of Merchandise 


Articles. 

Countries. 

General Tariff. 

Quantity; 

Value. 

Duty. 

Dutiable Goods — Continued. 
Gunpowder, etc. — Con. 

Gun, rifle and pistol cartridges, or other ammuni- 
tion, n.o.p. 

Gun wads, percussion caps, primers and cartridge 
cases. 

Gun or pistol covers or cases, game bags, loading 

TCingdom... 


% 

$ cts. • 



292 

208,848 

87 60 
62,654 40 






209, 140 

62,742 00 






TTnit^d StafpR 


1,261 

378 30 

Tnta.l 



1,261 

378 30 

T’^nifpd StatPR.. .... 



2,616 

784 80 





359, 797 

71,983 48 

Gutta-percha and india-rubber, manufactures of, 
viz.: — 



United Kingdom.... 







264,954 

66,238 50 




264,954 

66,238 50 

United Kingdom.... 





t 

Clothing, and clothing made waterproof with 
india-rubber. 

Hose, including cotton or linen, lined with rubber 
Mats and matting .' 

United States 


135,940 

37,383 93 

Tnta.l. 



135,940 

37,383 93 

United Kingdom.... 


' 

2,761 

171,192 

966 35 
59,917 20 

T^nifpd Statps 


Total 



173,953 

60,883 55 

United Kingdom... . 





T'aitpH Statps.. 


111,580 

39,053 00 

Total 



111,580 

39,053 00 

TTm’fpd TCirifydnm .. . . 





Packing. . 

United States 


3,984 

1,394 40 

Total 



3,984 

1,394 40 

TTnifpd TCiapdom .. . 





Tires of rubber for vehicles of all kinds 

Sweden. . . . .• 


'234 

94,636 

81 90 
33,122 60 

United States 


Total 



94,870 

33,204 50 

United Kingdom 



2,393 

12,823 

1 

2,015,267 

837 55 
4,488 05 
0 35 
705,343 45 

Rubber cement and all manufactures of india- 
rubber and gutta-percha, n.o.p 

Traapp.. 


Japan 


United States 


Total.. ■ . 



2,030,484 

710,669 40 

United Kingdom... . 



7,271 

1,999 52 

Traapp 


Japan 


1,444 

128 

880,947 

397 10 
' 35 20 
242,263 49 

Sweden 


United States 


T nta.l 



889,790 

244,695 31 




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Imported for Home Consumption — Continued. 


Preferential Tariff. 

Treaty Rates. 

Total. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty Coll’d 


$ 

15,376 

$ cts. 

3,075 20 


$ 

$ cts. 

• 

% 

15,376 

292 

208,848 

S cts. 

3,075 20 
87 60 
62,654 40 





















15,376 

3,075 20 





224,516 

65,817 20 







5,204 

1,040 80 





5,204 

1,261 

1,040 80 
378 30 














5,204 

1,040 80 





6,465 

1,419 10 













2,616 

784 80 









20,580 

4,116 00 





380,377 

76,099 48 







41,134 

6,170 10 





41,134 

264,954 

6,170 10 
66,238 50 














41,134 

6,170 10 





306,088 

72,408 60 







7,588 

1,517 60 





7,588 

135,940 

1,517 60 
37,383 93 






* 








7,588 

1,517 60 





143,528 

38,901 53 







256,479 

57,708 35 





259,240 

171,192 

58,674 70 
59,917 20 














256,479 

57,708 35 





430,432 

118,591 90 







419 

94 29 





419 

111,580 

Q4 2Q 
39,053 00 














419 

94 29 





111,999 

39,147 29 







37 

8 33 





37 

3,984 

8 33 
1,394 40 










' 




37 

8 33 





4,021 

1,402 72 







1,080 

243 02 





1,080 

234 

94,636 

243 02 
81 90 
33,122 60 





















1,080 

243 02 





95,950 

33,447 52 







21,958 

4,940 66 





24,351 

12,823 

1 

2,015,267 

5,778 21 
4,488 05 
0 35 
705,343 45 




























21,958 

4,940 66 





2,052,442 

715,610 06 







171,612 

25,741 80 


26 

1,396 

9,333 

6 50 
349 00 
2,333 25 


178,909 

1,396 

10,777 

128 

880,947 

27,747 82 
349 00 
2,730 35 
35 20 
242,263 49 





























171,612 

25,741 80 


10,755 

2,688 75 


1,072,157 

273,125 86 





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9 GEORGE V. A. 1919 
No. 22. — General Statement of Merchandise 


Articles. 

\ 

Countries. 

General Tariff. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty. 

Duti.^le Gqods — Continued. 

Gutta-percha and india-rubber, manufactures — Con. 
Rubber, hard, unfinished, in tubes, for the manu- 
facture of fountain pens. 

Total gii++n-pf>rrbfi 1 fitc., nnd mnniifactiire.s of. 

United States 


S 

9,265 

1 cts. 
926 50 




3,714,820 

1,194,449 09 

Hair and manufactures of, not otherwise provided 
for, viz.:— ^ 

Rrnids chains nr cords 



United States 


111 

38 85 

nr HynH, n.o.p 

United Kingdom.... 





Hair ninth nf r 11 kinrls 

France.. 


18 

16 

28,519 

3 60 
3 20 
5,703 80 

Japan 


United States 


T otal 



28,553 

5,710 60 

United Kingdom 



134 

19,050 

40 20 
5,715 00 

Othnr mnniifantums^ Ti.o.p.S 

United States 


Total 



19,184 

5,755 20 

TTnifpifl TCin^^Hom. . 



1,952 

67 

3,235 

3,586 

47 

■ 25,763 

683 20 
23 45 
1,132 25 
1,255 10 
16 45 
9,017 05 

Total, hair and manufactures of. 

Hong Kong 


China 


France 


Japan 


United States 


Total 



34,650 

12,127 50 




82,498 

23,632 15 

Hats, caps and bonnets, n.o.p., viz: — 

Beaver, silk or felt 



TTm’fpH TCingrrlAm. 


7,351 

6,599 

159,730 

35 

28 

688,239 

2,572 85 
2,309 65 
55,905 50 
12 25 
9 80 
240,883 65 

Straw, grass, chip or other material, n.o.p.' 

\ 

Hat, cap and bonnet shapes, and hat and bonnet 
crowns. 

Total, hats, caps and bonnets, n.o.p 

France 


Italy 


Japan 


Switzerland 


United States 


Total 



861,982 

301,693 70 

United Kingdom.... 



9,266 

109 

7 

61 

13,769 

21,114 

11,459 

2 

944 

1,695,307 

3,243 10 
38 15 

2 45 
21 35 
4,819 15 
7,389 90 
4,010 65 
0 70 
330 40 
593,857 45 

B. W. Indies 


B. Straits Settle- 
ment 


Hong Kong 


France 


Italy 


Japan 


Portugal 


Switzerland 


United States 


Total 



1,752,038 

613,213 30 

United Kingdom.... 



48 

1,607 

341 

71,252 

16 80 
562 45 
119 35 
24,938 20 

Japan 


Switzerland 


United States 


Total 



73,248 

25,636 80 




2,687,268 

940,543 80 





TRADE REPORT— PART 1 


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imported for Home Consumption — Continued. 


Preferential Tariff. 

Treaty Rates. 

Total. ^ 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty Coll’d 


$ 

$ cts. 


$ 

$ cts. 


$ 

9,265 

$ cts. 

926 50 









500,307 

96,424 15 


10,755 

2,688 75 


4,225,882 

1,293,561 99 











111 

38 85 









422 

52 76 





422 

18 

16 

28,519 

52 76 
3 60 
3 20 
5,703 80 




























422 

52 76 





28,975 

5,763 36 







12,097 

2,419 40 





12,231 

19,050 

1459 60 
5,715 00 














12,097 

2,419 40 





31,281 

8,174 60 







1,337 

300 87 




1 

3,289 

67 

3,235 

3,586 

47 

25,763 

984 07 
23 45 
1,132 25 
1,255 10 
16 45 
9,017 05 





* 





































1,337 

300 87 





35,987 

12,428 37 







13,856 

2,773 03 





96,354 

26,405 18 







307,564 

69,202 57 





314,915 

6,599 

159,730 

35 

28 

688,239 

71,775 42 
2,309 65 
55,905 50 
12 25 
9 80 
240,883 65 

















' 

























307,564 

69,202 57 





1,169,546 

370,896 27 







358,330 

29 

80,625 10 
6 53 





367,596 

138 

7 

61 

13,769 

21,114 

11,459 

2 

944 

1,695,307 

83,868 20 
44 68 

2 45 
21 35 
4,819 15 
7,389 90 
4,010 65 
0 70 
330 40 
593,357 45 










< 


























































358,359 

80,631 63 





2,110,397 

693,844 93 







1,249 

281 02 





1,297 

1,607 

341 

71,252 

297 82 
562 45 
119 35 
24,938 20 




























1,249 

281 02 





74,497 

25,917 82 







667,172 

150,115 22 





3,354,440 

1,090,659 02 







198 


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9 GEORGE V, A. 1919 

No. 22. — General Statement of Merchandise 


Articles. 

Countries. 

General Tariff. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty. 

Dutiable Goods — Continued. 

f 

United States 

Ton. 

2,686 

$ 

69,413 

$ cts. 
5,372 00 

Honey, in the comb or otherwise, and imitations 
thereof. 

B. W. Indies 

Lb. 



Hong Kong 

1,578 

166 

274,752 

110 

7 

50,282 

47 34 
4 98 
8,242 56 

Japan 

United States 

Total 

276,496 

50,399 

8,294 88 

United Kingdom 




• 

Ink, viz.; — 

Ink, writing ... 

Newfoundland 

United States 

Total. 

5 

732,496 

2 

180,822 

0 35 
51,274 72 

732,501 

180,824 

51,275 07 


United Kingdom.... 




Ink, printing 

Hong Kong 


157 

13 

39 25 
3 25 

China 


Franpft.. 


.Japan 


47 

23,527 

11 75 
5,881 75 

United States 


Total 



23,744 

5,936 00 

United Kingdom 



82 

12 

20 

2 

111,750 

16 40 
2 40 
4 00 
0 40 
22,350 00 

Total, ink 

Hong Kong 


France 


Japan 


United States 


Total 



111,866 

22,373 20 




135,610 

28,309 20 

Iron and manufactures of, steel and manufactures of, 
or both combined: — 

Agricultural implements, n.o.p., viz. — 

Binding attachments 



United States 


10,033 

1,254 17 

Cultivators and weeders and parts of 

United States 



127,061 

25,412 20 

Drills, seed 

United States 

TTnitpd Stflfp.'^.. 


No. 

11,343 

502,585 

100,517 00 

Farm, road or field rollers 

110 

7,130 

1,782 50 

Forks, pronged 

TTnitftH TCingdnm. . 




Harrows and parts of 

United States 

Total 

TTnitpH Stafps.. . 

17,968 

11,281 

2,538 43 

17,968 

11,281 

2,538 43 


393,971 

78,794 20 

Harvesters, self-binding ' 

TTnitpd Stfitp.9.. 


5,261 

. 685,540 

85,692 58 




TRADE REPORT— PART I 


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Imported for Home Consumption — Continued. 


Preferential Tariff. 

Treaty Rates. 

Total. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty Coll’d 

Ton 

$ 

$ cts. 

Ton 

S 

$ cts. 

Ton 

2,686 

$ 

69,413 

$ cts. 
5,372 00 







Lb. 

17,471 

2,318 

349 42 

Lb. 



Lb. 

17,471 

1,578 

166 

274,752 

2,318 

no 

7 

50,282 

349 42 
47 34 
4 98 
8,242 56 
















* 






17,471 

2,318 

349 42 




293,967 

52,717 

8,644 30 




17,069 

8,146 

682 76 


' 


17,069 

5 

732,496 

8,146 

2 

180,822 

682 76 
0 35 
51,274 72 
















17,069 

8,146 

682 76 




749,570 

188,970 

51,957 83 






19,608 

2,941 20 





19,608 

157 

13 

250 

233 

23,527 

2,941 20 
39 25 
3 25 
56 28 
53 60 
5,881 75 
















250 

186 

56 28 
41 85 



















19,608 

2,941 20 


436 

98 13 


43,788 

8,975 33 






16,556 

2,069 59 





16,638 

12 

49 

2 

111,750 

2,085 99 
2 40 
9 08 
0 40 
22,350 00 









29 

5 08 






















16,556 

2,069 59 


29 

5 08 


128,451 

24,447 87 





36,164 

5,010 79 


465 

103 21 


172,239 

33,423 20 










- 

10,033 

1,254 17 















127,061 

25,412 20 








No. 



No.. 



No. 

11,343 

502,585 

100,517 00 







1 






110 

7,130 

1,782 50 







165 

91 

13 65 




165 

17,968 

91 

11,281 

13 65 
2,538 43 










165 

91 

13 65 




18,133 

11,372 

2,552 08 











393,971 

78,794 20 














5,261 

685,540 

85,692 58 








200 


CUSTOMS DEPARTMENT 


9 GEORGE V, A. 1919 

No. 22, — General Statement of Merchandise 


General Tariff. 


'Articles. 

Dutiable Goods — Continued. 

Iron and steel — Con. 

Agricultural Implements — Con. 

Hay loaders 

Hay tedders... 

Hoes 

Horse rakes 

Knives, hay or straw 

Knives, edging 

Lawn mowers 

Manure spreaders 

Mowing machines 

Ploughs and parts of 


Post hole diggers 

Potato diggers 

Rakes, n.o.p 

Reapers 

Scythes 

Sickles or reaping hooks 


Countries. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty. 


No. 

% 

$ cte. 

United States 

V 

216 

14,473 

3,618 25 

United States 

364 

14,097 

3,524 25 

TTnitpH TCing^Hnm .. . . 




United States 

17,412 

7,143 

1,607 33 

Total 

17,412 

7,143 

1,607 33 

United States 

2,200 

55,454 

11,090 80 





United States.. ..... 

2,932 

1,189 

267 51 

Total 

2,932 

1,189 

267 51 

United States 

1,129 

251 

56 47 

United States..: . . . 

14,632 

69,264 

22,511 03 

United States 

627 

50,419 

10,083 80 

United States 

5,241 

228,080 

28,510 12 

France 


10 

2 00 

Japan 


84 

16 80 

United States 


2,550,256 

510,051 20 

Total 

* 

2,550,350 

510,070 00 

United States 

7,246 

7,126 

1,781 50 

United States 

968 

45,614 

11,403 50 

TTnifpf] TCin^Hnm.-.. 




United States 

7,001 

3,125 

703 20 

Total 

7,001 

3,125 

703 20 

United States 

119 

7,823 

977 90 


Doz. 



TTnifpH TCing^Hnm - 




United States 

2,163 

14,496 

3,261 66 

Total 

2,163 

14,496 

3,261 66 

United Kingdom.... 

10 

10 

2 25 

United States 

167 

217 

48 84 

Total 

177 

227 

51 09 


TRADE REPORT— PART I 


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Imported for Home Consumption — Continued. 


Preferential Tariff. 

Treaty Rates. 

Total. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty Coll’d 

No. 

$ 

$ cts. 

No. 

% 

$ cts. 

No. 

216 

% 

14,473 

$ cts. 
3,618 25 













364 

14,097 

3,524 25 







744 

199 

29 85 




744 

17,412 

199 

7,143 

29 85 
1,607 33 







744 

199 

29 85 




18, 156 

7,342 

1,637 18 

• 






2,200 

55,454 

11,090 80 







666 

268 

40 20 




666 

2,932 

268 

1,189 

40 20 
267 51 







666 

268 

40 20 




3,598 

1,457 

307 71 


- 





1,129 

251 

56 47 













14, 632 

69,264 

22,511 03 













627 

50,419 

10,083 80 





‘ 








5,241 

228,080 

28,510 12 









/ 





10 

84 

2,550,256 

2 00 
16 80 
510,051 20 





























2,550,350 

510,070 00 














7,246 

7,126 

l,78l 50 







' 






968 

45,614 

11,403 50 






' 

12 

5 

0 75 




12 

7,001 

5 

3,125 

0 75 
703 20 







12 

5 

0 75 




7,013 

3,130 

703 95 







119 

7,823 

977 90 

Doz. 

447 

3,414 

512 10 

Doz. 


• 

Doz. 

447 

2-163 

3,414 

14,496 

612 10 
3,261 66 







447 

3,414 

512 10 




2,610 

17,910 

3,773 76 

412 

609 

91 35 




422 

167 

619 

217 

93 60 
48 84 







412 

609 

91 35 



: 

589 

836 

142 44 


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CUSTOMS DEPARTMENT 


9 GEORGE V, A. 1919 

No. 22. — General Statement of Merchandise 


Articles. 


Countries. 


General Tariff. 


Dutl^ble Goods — Continued. 


Quantity. 


Value. 


Duty. 


Doz. 


cts. 


Iron and steel — Con. 

Agricultural implements — Con. 
Snaths 


Spades and shovels of iron or steel, n.o.p 


Spade and shovel blanks, and iron or steel cut to 
shape for the same 


Parts of agricultural implements pajdng 12^ p.c., 
12§ p.c. and 12^ p.c 


Parts of agricultural implements_paying I23 p.c., 
17§ p.c. and 20 p.c., n.o.p. 


All other agricultural implements, n.o.p 


Anvils and vises, 
» 


Cart or wagon skeins or boxes 


Springs, n.o.p., and parts thereof, of iron or steel, 
for railway, tramway or other vehicles. 


Axles and axle parts, n.o.p., and axle blanks and 
parts thereof of iron or steel, for railway, tram- 
way or other vehicles . 


Bar iron or steel, rolled, whether in coils, bundles, 
rods or bars, comprising rounds, ovals, squares 
and flats, n.o.p. 


Butts and hinges, n.o.p 


United States 

10 

71 

17 75 

United Kingdom.... 




Hong Kong 

2 

1 

0 33 

United States 

2,547 

10,573 

3,436 72 

Total 

2,549 

10,574 

3,437 05 

United States 

343 

1,268 

412 11 

United States 


191,982 

23,998 10 

United Kingdom 




United States 


311,205 

62,241 00 

Total 


311,205 

62,241 00 

United Kingdom.... 




Japan 


10 

2 50 

United States 


96,135 

24,033 75 

Total 


96,145 

24,036 25 

United Kingdom 




United States 


117,233 

35,169 90 

Total 


117,233 

35,169 90 


Lb. 



United States 

230,886 

21,266 

5,316 50 

United Kingdom 




United States 


152,473 

53,365 55 

Total 


152,473 

53,365 55 

United Kingdom.... 




United States 


2,586,322 

905,212 70 

Total 


2,586,322 

905,212 70 




Cwt. 



United Kingdom.... 




United States 

987,749 

3,232,438 

345,712 12 

Total 

987,749 

3,232,438 

345,712 12 

United Kingdom.... 




United States 


118,267 

35,480 10 

Total 


118,267 

35,480 10 


■J 


4 

( 





i 

1 



TRADE REPORT— PART I 


203 


SESSIONAL PAPER No. 11 

Imported for Home Consumption — Continued. 


Preferential Tariff. 

Treaty Rates. 

Total. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty Coll’d 

Doz. 

$ 

$ cts. 

Doz. 

$ 

$ cts. 

Doz. 

10 

S 

71 

$ cts. 
17 75 







121 

758 

151 60 




121 

2 

2,. 547 

758 

1 

10, 573 

151 60 
0 33 
3,436 72 
















121 

758 

151 60 




2,670 

11,332 

3,588 65 










343 

1,268 

412 11 








4 

/ 





191,982 

23,998 10 









13 

1 63 





13 

311,205 

1 63 
62,241 00 














13 

1 63 





311,218 

62,242 63 







5,446 

816 90 





5,446 

10 

96, 135 

816 90 
2 50 
24,033 75 





















5,446 

816 90 





101,591 

24,853 15 







1,916 

383 20 





1,916 

117,233 

383 20 
35fl69 90 














1,916 

383 20 





119,149 

35,553 10 






Lb. 



Lb. 



Lb. 

230,886 

21,266 

5,316 50 








200 

45 00 





200 

152,473 

45 00 
53,365 55 














200 

45 00 





152,673 

53,410 55 







107 

24 07 

- 




107 

2,586,322 

24 07 
905,212 70 













107 

24 07 





2,586,429 

905,236 77 





Cwt. 

121 

4,752 

25 66 

Cwt. 

- 


Cwt. 

121 

987,749 

4,752 

3,232,438 

25 66 
345,712 12 










121 

4,752 

25 66 




987,870 

3,237,190 

345,737 78 





188 

37 60 





188 

118,267 

37 60 
35,480 10 













188 

37 60 





118,455 

35,517 70 






204 


CUSTOMS DEPARTMENT 


9 GEORGE V, A. 1919 
No. 22, — General Statement of Merchandise 


Articles. 


Dutiable Goods — Continued. 

Iron and steel — Con. 

Canada plates, Russia iron, terne plate and rolled 
sheets of iron or steel coated with zinc, spelter or 
other metal, of all widths or thicknesses, n.o.p. 

Castings, iron or steel, n.o.p 


United States. 


United Kingdom. 
Newfoundland. . . . 
United States 


Castings, malleable iron, when imported by manu- 
facturers of mowers, binders, harvesters and 
reapers for use exclusively in their own factories. 


Cast iron pipe of every description. 


Cast scrap iron. 


Chains, coil chain, chain links including repair links 
and chain shackles, of iron or steel 1| of an inch in 
diameter and over. 


Chains, coil chain and links, including repair links 
and chain shackles of iron or steel, n.o.p 


Chains, n.o.p 

■*N 

Tacks, shoe ) 

Nails, brads, spikes and tacks of all kinds, n.o.p. . 

Engines, etc., viz.: — 

Locomotives for railways 

Locomotive parts 

Motor cars for railways and tramways 


Countries. 


Total. 


United States. 


United Kingdom. 
United States 


Total. 


Newfoundland. 
United States. . 


Total. 


United Kingdom. 
United States 


Total. 


United Kingdom. 
United States 


Total. 


United Kingdom. 

Japan 

United States. 


Total. 


United States. 


United Kingdom. 
United States 


T :otal . . . 

United States. 
United States. 

United States. 


General Tariff. 


Quantity. Value. Duty 


Cwt. 


172,863 


36,750 


36,750 


Ton. 

4 

4,470 


4,474 


Cwt. 
100 
3,398 


3,498 


6,247 


6,250 


Lb. 
1,513 


304,759 


304,759 


No. 


64 


163 


891,744 


56 

129 

2 , 035,817 


15 40 
35 48 
559,851 47 


2 , 036,002 


282,067 


132,109 


132,109 


43 

94,110 


94, 153 


800 

30,228 


31,028 


76 

60,915 


60,991 


710 


271,775 


272,485 


282 


51,968 


51,968 


324,635 


171,767 


491,990 


S cts. 


44,587 20 


559,902 35 


49,361 84 


14,700 00 


14,700 00 


10 00 
11,175 00 


11,185 00 


40 00 
1,511 40 


1,551 40 


15 20 
12,183 00 


12,198 20 


213 00 


81,532 50 


81,745 50 


98 70 


18, 188 80 


18,188 80 


113,622 25 


60,118 45 


172,196 50 


TRADE REPORT— PART I 


205 


SESSIONAL PAPER No. 11 

Imported for Home Consumption — Continued. 


Preferential Tariff. 

Treaty Rates. 

Total. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

- Duty. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty Coll’d 

Cwt. 

$ 

$ cts. 

Cwt. 

$ 

S cts. 

Cwt. 

172,863 

S 

891,744 

S cts. 
44,587 20 








8,091 

1,213 65 





8,147 

129 

2,035,817 

1,229 05 
35 48 
559,851 47 











- 









8,091 

1,213 65 





2,044,093 

561,116 00 












282,067 

49,361 84 








5,377 

7,976 

1,613 10 




5,377 

36,750 

7,976 
132, 109 

1,613 10 
14,700 00 







5,377 

7,976 

1,613 10 




42,127 

140,085 

16,313 10 

Ton. 



Ton. 



Ton. 

4 

4,470 

43 

94,110 

10 00 
11,175 00 



















4,474 

94,153 

11,185 00 







Cwt. 



Cwt. 



Cwt. 

100 

3,398 

800 

30,228 

40 00 
1,511 40 



















3,498 

31,028 

1,551 40 







410 

5,724 

858 60 




413 

6,247 

5,800 

60,915 

873 80 
12,183 00 







410 

5,724 

858 60 




6,660 

66,715 

13,056 80 


9,032 

1,806 40 





9,742 

760 

271,775 

2,019 40 
209 00 
81,532 50 



760 

209 00 















9,032 

1,806 40 


760 

209 00 


282,277 

83,760 90 

Lb. 



LbT 



Lb. 

1,513 

282 

98 70 







953 

186 

37 20 




953 

304,759 

186 

51,968 

37 20 
18, 188 80 







953 

186 

37 20 




305,712 

52, 154 

18,226 00 

No. 



No. 



No. 

64 

324,635 

113,622 25 














171,767 

60,118 45 












V 


1«3 

491,990 

172, 196 50 








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206 


CUSTOMS DEPARTMENT 


9 GEORGE V, A. 1919 
No. 22. — General Statement of Merchandiso 


Articles. 

Dutiable Goods — Continued. 

Iron and steel — Con. 

Engines, fire 

Engines, gasoline and gas 

Engines, steam 

Boilers, steam, and parts of 

Boilers, n.o.p., and parts of 

Fire extinguishing machines, including sprinklers 
for fire protection 

Fittings, iron or steel, for iron or steel pipe of every 
description. 


Flat eye bar blanks, not punched nor drilled, for 
use exclusively in the manufacture of bridges, or 
of steel structural work, or in car construction. 


Ferro-silicon, containing not more than 15 p.c. 
silicon. 

Ferro-silicon containing more than 15 per cent 
silicon. 

Spiegeleisen and ferro-manganese containing not 
more than 15 per cent, manganese, and other 
ferro alloys, n.o.p. 


Forgings of iron or steel, of whatever shape or size, 
or in whatever stage of manufacture, n.o.p., and 
hammered, drawn or cold rolled iron or steel 
bars or shapes, n.o.p. 

Hardware, viz.;-Builders’, cabinetmakers’, uphol- 
sterers’, harnessmakers’, saddlers’ and carriage 
hardware, including curry-combs, n.o.p. 


United Kingdom. 
Newfoundland. . . . 
Ujiited States 


Countries. 


United States. 


United Kingdom. 
Newfoundland. . . . 
United States 


Total. 


United Kingdom. 
United States 


Total. 


United Kingdom. 

Sweden 

United States 


Total. 


Total. 


United States. 


United Kingdom. 
United States 


Total. 


United States. 

United States. 
United States. 


United Kingdom. 
United States 


Total. 


United States. 


United Kingdom. 

Japan 

United States 


Total. 


General Tariff. 


Quantity. Value. Duty 


No. 


1 

5 

56,500 


56, 506 


165 


165 


Ton. 


875 


Cwt. 

16,752 


107 


13,288 


13,288 


Lb. 

14,025,081 


12,250 


12 

394 

6,660,683 


6,661,089 


339,390 


339,390 


11,792 

2.37,416 


249,208 


80 

136,679 


136,759 


106,055 


923,854 


923,854 


131,833 


40,388 


1,797 


458,547 


458,547 


1,214,386 


. 679,080 


679,080 


$ cts. 


4,287 59 


3 30 
108 35 
1,831,690 03 


1,831,801 68 


93,332 28 


93,332 28 


3,242 80 
65,289 63 


68,532 43 


22 00 
37,587 05 


37,609 05 


37,119 25 


277,156 20 


277, 156 20 


2,625 00 


2,094 00 


24 10 


1,661 07 


1,661 07 


364,315 80 


203,724 00 


203,724 00 


TRADE REPORT— PART 1 


207 


SESSIONAL PAPER No. 11 


Imported for Home Consumption — Continued. 


Preferential Tariff. 

Treaty Rates. 

Total. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty. ' 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty Coll’d 

No. 

$ 

$ cts. 

No. 

% 

$ cts. 

No. 

7 

% 

12,250 

8 cts. 
4,287 50 







15 

4,546 

681 90 




16 

5 

56, 500 

4,558 

394 

6,660,683 

685 20 
108 35 
1,831,690 03 













15 

'4,546 

681 90 




56,521 

6, 665, 635 

1,832,483 58 

1 

913 

136 95 




1 

165 

913 

339,390 

136 95 
93,332 28 







1 

913 

136 95 




166 

340,303 

93,469 23 


14,857 

2,228 55 





14,857 

11,792 

237,416 

2,228 55 
3,242 80 
65,289 63 





















14,857 

2,228 55 





264,065 

70,760 98 







30,073 

4,510 95 





30,073 

80 

136.679 

4,510 95 
22 00 
37,587 05 














« — 







30,073 

4,510 95 





166,832 

42, 120 00 













106,055 

37,119 25 









5,096 

1,019 20 





5,096 

923,854 

1,019 20 
277, 156 20 














5,096 

1,019 20 





928,950 

278, 175 40 






Ton. 



Ton. 


■ 

Ton. 

875 

131,833 

2,625 00 







Cwt. 



Cwt. 


' 

Cwt. 

16,752 

40,388 

2,094 00 





' 






*• 


107 

1,797 

24 10 







2,677 

31,366 

200 78 




2,677 

13,288 

31,366 

458,547 

200 78 
1,661 07 







2,677 

31,366 

200 78 




15,965 

489,913 

1,861 85 

Lb. 



Lb. 



Lb. 

14,025 081 

1,214,386 

364,315 80 








22,988 

4,597 60 





22,988 

36 

679,080 

4,597 60 
9 90 
203,724 00 



36 

9 90 











* 




22,988 

4,597 60 


36 

9 90 


702,104 

208,331 50 


208 


CUSTOMS DEPARTMENT 


9 GEORGE V, A. 1919 
No. 22. — General Statement of Merchandise 


Articles. 

Countries. 

General Tariff. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty. ~ 

Dutiable Goods — Continued. 
Iron and steel — Con. 

United Kingdom 


$ 

$ cts. 

Iron or steel billets, weighing not less than 60 lbs. 
per lineal yard. 

Iron or steel ingots, cogged ingots, blooms, slabs, 
puddled bars, and loops or other forms, n.o.p., 
less finished than iron or steel bars, but more 
advanced than pig-iron, except castings. 

Iron or steel bridges or parts thereof, iron or steel 
structural work, columns, shapes or sections, 
drilled, punched, or in any further state of manu- 
facture than as rolled or cast, n.o.p. 

United States 


55, 193 

16,557 W 

T otal 



55,193 

16,557 90 

United Kingdom — 
United States 


Cwt. 

- 


166,119 

577,560 

20,765 10 

T otal 

166,119 

577,560 

20,765 10 

United States 

159,218 

580,812 

19,902 27 

United Kingdom.... 




United States 


154,061 

53,921 35 

Total 



154,061 

53,921 35 

United Kingdom.... 


Ton. 




United States 

84,660 

2,875,418 

211,650 00 

Total 

84,660 

2,875,418 

211,650 00 


458 

14,749 

1,145 00 

Trnn VfintlftflpA 

TTnif.pd 

26 

663 

65 00 

Trnn . 


890,601 

1,312,905 

934,550 

4,159,789 

71,248 08 
105,032 40 

1 

Locks of all kinds 

United States 

T otal 

2,203,506 

5,094,339 

176,280 48 





Machines, machinery, etc., viz; — 

Cranes and derricks 





Japan 


2 

344,831 

0 60 
103,449 30 

United States 


Total 



344,833 

103,449 90 



No. 



Dental engines (electric) 

United States 

113 

575 566 

158,281 10 

Total 

113 

575, 566 

158,281 10 


143 

15,143 

4,164 36 

Fanning mills*. 


3,834 

66,964 

16,741 00 

Grain crushers 


595 

11,902 

2,975 50 

Hay presses 


238 

59 , 09S 

• T - 

16,250 69 

/ 





TRADE REPORT— PART I 


209 


SESSIONAL PAPER No. 11 

Imported for Home Consumption — Continued. 


Preferential Tariff. 

Treaty Rates. 

Total. 

Quantity . 

Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty. Coll’d 


8 

7,879 

$ cts. 
1,575 80 


$ 

$ cts. 


$ 

7,879 

55,193 

S cts. 

1,575 80 
16,557 90 














7,879 

1,575 80 





63,072 

18,133 70 






Cw’t. 

119 

942 

8 93 

Cwt. ' 



Cwt. 

119 

166,119 

942 

577,560 

8 93 
20,765 10 










119 

942 

8 93 




166,238 

578,502 

20,774 03 










159,218 

580,812 

19,902 27 


731 

164 48 





731 

154,061 

164 48 
53,921 35 














731 

164 48 





154,792 

54,085 83 

Ton. 

11 

- 608 

16 50 

Ton. 



Ton. 

11 

84, 660 

608 

2,875,418 

16 50 
211,650 00 










11 

608 

16 50 




84,671 

2,876,026 

211,666 50 










458 

14,749 

1,145 00 













26 

663 

65 00 













890,601 

1,312,905 

934,550 

4,159,789 

71,248 08 
105,032 40 



















2,203,506 

5,094,339 

176,280 48 








2,367 

473 40 





2,367 

61 

271 

344,831 

473 40 
16 78 
74 58 
103,449 30 



61 

269 

16 78 
73 98 




















2,367 

473 40 


330 

90 76 


347,530 

104,014 06 




Ko. 

1 

22,062 

« 

3,309 30 

No. 



No. 

1 

113 

22,062 

575,566 

3,309 30 
158,281 10 










1 

22,062 

3,309 30 


- 


114 

597, 628 

161,590 40 










143 

15,143 

4,164 36 







3,834 

66,964 

16,741 00 





' 






* 


595 

11,902 

- 2,975 50 







238 

59,093 

16,250 69 


11— i— 14 


210 


CU^^rOMS DEPAHTAfEXT 


9 GEORGE V, A. 1919 
No. 22.— General Statement of Merchandise 


Articles. 


Countries. 


General Tariff. 


Quantity. Value. Duty. 


Duti.^ble Goods — Continued. 

Iron and steel — Con. 

Windmills and complete parts thereof. 


United States. 


Ore crushers , and rock crushers, stamp mills, 
Cornish and belted rolls, rock drills, air com- 
pressors, and percussion coal cutters. 


Fodder or feed cutters. 


United Kingdom. 
United States 


Total. 


United States. 


Horse powers, for farm purposes. 


United .States. 


Portable engines with boilers in combination, 
and traction engines for farm purpo.ses. 


United Kingdom. 
United States 


Total. 


Portable sawmills and planing mills '. United States 


Steam shovels and electric shovels. 
Threshing machine separators 


Threshing machine separators, parts of, includ- 
ing wind stackers, baggers, weighers and self- 
feeders therefor and finished parts thereof for 
repairs, when imported separately. 

All other portable machines, n.o.p., and parts of 
Concrete mixing machines 


Sewing machines. 


Sewing machines, parts of. 


United States. 
United States. 
United States. 

United States. 


United Kingdom. 
United States. . . . 


Total. 


United Kingdom. . . 

Germany 

United States 


Total. 


Machines, adding. 


Machines, typewriting. 


United Kingdom. 
Ignited States. . . . 


T otal . 


Switzerland 

United States.. 

Total 


United Kingdom. 
Newfoundland. . . . 
United States. . . . 


Total. 


84,7C6 


$ cts. 


16,941 20 


684,695 


188,291 48 


684,695 


188,291 48 


No 
1,805 


5,731 


5,731 


120 


21 


2,115 


64 


64 


1 

41 

13,943 


69,715 


17,428 75 


10 


2 00 


6,011,189 


1,202,237 80 


6,011,189 


1,202,237 80 


21,260 


5,846 47 


326,017 


89,654 79 


1,552,843 


310,568 60 


530,118 


106,023 60 


29,398 


8,084 51 


30, 629 


8,423 04 


30, 629 


8,423 04 


13,985 


2 

1,499 


1,501 


2 

12,545 


12,547 


80 

1,538 

321,203 


24 00 
461 40 
96,360 90 


322, 821 


96,846 30 


5 

229,528 


1 50 
68,858 40 


229, 533 


68,859 90 


424 

386,050 


106 00 
96,512 50 


386,474 


96,618 50 


40 

721,986 


10 00 
180,496 50 


722,026 


180, 506 50 



TRADE REPORT— PART I 211 


SESSIONAL PAPER No. 11 

Imported for Home Consumption — Continued. 


Preferential Tariff. 

Treaty Rates. 

Total. 

Quantity . 

Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty Coll’d 


$ 

$ cts. 


$ 

$ cts. 


$ 

84,706 

S cts. 
16,941 20 









21,571 

3,235 65 





21,571 

684,695 

3,235 65 
188,291 48 














21,. 571 

3,235 65 





706,266 

191,527 13 






No. 



No. 



No. 

1,805 

69,715 

• 17,428 75 













1 

10 

2 00 







2 

1,154 

173 10 




2 

5,731 

1,154 

6,011,189 

173 10 
1,202,237 80 







2 

1,154 

173 10 




5,733 

6,012,343 

1,202,410 90 







120 

21,260 

5,846 47 









• 




21 

326,017 

89,654 79 













2,115 

1,552,843 

310,568 60 














530,118 

106,023 60 













1 


29,398 

8,084 51 








1 

■ 219 

32 85 




1 

64 

219 

30,629 

32 85 
8,423 04 







1 

219 

32 85 




65 

30,848 

8,455 89 

1,152 

25,920 

5,184 00 




1,153 

41 

13,943 

26,000 

1,538 

321,203 

5,208 00 
461 40 
96,360 90 













1,152 

25,920 

5,184 00 




15,137 

348,741 

102,030 30 


8,889 

1 , 777 80 





8,894 

229,528 

1,779 30 
68,858 40 














8,889 

1,777 80 





238,422 

70,637 70 












2 

1,499 

424 

386,050 

106 00 
96,512 50 



















1,501 

386,474 

96,618 50 







2 

27 

4 72 




2 

2 

12,545 

27 

1 40 

721,986 

4 72 
10 00 
180,496 50 










* 



2 

27 

4 72 




12,549 

722,053 

180,511 22 


11— i— 14i 


212 


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9 GEORGE V, A. 1919 
No. 22. — General Statement of Merchandise 


Articles. 


Countries. 


General Tariff. 


Quantity. Value. Duty 


Dun.\BLE Goods — Continued. 

Iron and steel: — Con. 

Machines, specially designed for ruling, folding, 
binding, embossing, creasing or cuttmg paper 
or cardboard, when for use exclusively by 
printers, bookbinders and by manufacturers 
of articles made from paper or cardboard, 
including parts thereof, composed wholly or in 
part of iron, steel, brass or wood. 

Printing presses and lithographic presses 


United Kingdom. 
United States. . . . 


Total. 


United Kingdom. 
United States 


Total. 


Type making accessories for printing presses — 


Machines, cement making. 


United States. 


United States. 


Machines, coal handling. 


United Kingdom. 
United States. . . . 


Total. 


Machines, paper and pulp mill-. 


United Kingdom. 

Sweden 

United States 


Total. 


Machines, rolling mill. 


United States. 


Machines, sawmill. 


F ranee 

United States. 


Total. 


Machinerj' of a class or kind not made in Canada, 
and parts thereof adapted for carding, spin- 
ning, weaving, braiding or knitting fibrous 
material, when imported by manufacturers 
for such purposes. 

All machinery composed wholly or in part of 
iron or steel, n.o.p., and iron or steel integral 
parts of. 


United Kingdom. 
United States. . . . 


Total. 


United Kingdom. 

France ' 

Germany 

Japan 

Sweden 

United States 


Total. 


Machines, washing, domestic. 


United Kingdom. 
United States 


Total. 


Nails and spikes, composition and sheathing nails 


United States. 


cts. 


353,867 


35,386 70 


353,867 


35,386 70 


422,888 


42,288 80 


422,888 


42,288 80 


12,669 


1,266 90 


14,484 


3,983 16 


82, 168 


22,596 26 


82, 168 


22, 596 26 


4,026 
10, 988 
1,204,881 


1,107 15 
3,021 70 
331,342 62 


1,219,895 


335,471 47 


415,963 


114,389 83 


192 

226,697 


52 80 
62,341 96 


226,889 


62,394 76 


113,319 

2,075,137 


11,331 90 
207,513 70 


2,188,456 


218,845 60 


7,093 

168 

14,411 

233 

5,945 

14,649,179 


1,950 58 
46 20 
3,963 03 
64 08 
1,634 88 
4,028,531 17 


14,677,029 


4,036,189 94 


No. 


17, 508 


330, 752 


90,957 34 


17,508 


330, 752 


90,957 34 


Lb. 

17,835 


1,701 


255 15 


TRADE REPORT— PART I 


213 


f 



SESSIONAL PAPER No. 11 


Imported for Homa Consumption — Continued. 


Preferential Tariff. 

Treaty Rates. 

Total. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty Coll’d 


S 

108 

$ cts. 

5 40 

- 

S cts. 

$ cts. 


$ cts. 

108 

353,867 

$ cts. 

5 40 
35,386 70 














108 

5-40 

- 




353,975 

35,392 10 


879 

43 95 





879 

422,888 

43 95 
42,288 80 














879 

43 95 





423,767 

42,332 75 













12,669 

1,266 90 















14,484 

3,983 16 









2,824 

423 60 





2,824 

82,168 

423 60 
22,596 26 














2,824 

423 60 





84,992 

^3,019 86 







100,555 

15,083 25 





104,581 

10,988 

1,204,881 

16,190 40 
3,021 70 
331,342 62 





















100,555 

15,083 25 





1,320,450 

350,554 72 













15,963 

114,389 83 















1Q2 

226,697 

52 80 
62,341 96 






















226,889 

62,394 76 











. 




113,319 

2,075,137 

11,331 90 
207,513 70 






















2,188,456 

218,845 60 







» 


266,633 

39,994 95 





273,726 

168 

14,411 

233 

5,945 

14,649,179 

41,945 53 
46 20 
3,963 03 
64 08 
1,634 88 
4,028,531 17 










































266,633 

39,994 95 





14,943,662 

4,076,184 89 






No. - 

1 

15 

2 25 

No. 



No. 

1 

17,508 

15 

330, 752 

9 

90,957 34 










1 

15 

2 25 




17,509 

330,767 

90,959 59 




Lb. 



Lb. 



Lb. 

17,835 

1,701 

255 15 









/ 


214 


CUSTOMS DEPARTMENT 


9 GEORGE V, A. 1919 

No. 22. — General Statement of Merchandise 


Articles. 


Duti.\ble Goods — ' Jor.t < d . 
Iron and steel — Con. 

Nails and spikes, cut (ordinary builders). 


Railway spikes. 


Nails, wire, of all kinds, n.o.p. 


Pumps, hand, n.o.p. 


Pumps, power and parts. 


Iron and steel railway bars or rails of any form, 
punched or not, n.o.p., for railways, which term 
for the purposes of this item shall include all 
kinds of railway, street railways and tramways, 
even although they are used for private purposes 
only, and even although they are not used or 
intended to be used in connection with the 
business of common carrying of goods or passen 
gers. 

Railway fish plates 


Countries. 


Quantity. 


United Kingdom. 
United States. . . . 


United States. 


United Kingdom. 
Newfoundland. . . . 
United States 


United Kingdom. 
United States 


Total. 


United Kingdom. 
Newfoundland. . . . 

Switzerland 

United States 


Total. . 


United Kingdom. 
United States 


Total. 


General Tariff. 


United States.. . 


Railway tie-plates. 


Rolled iron or steel angles, tees, beams, channels, 
girders, and other rolled shapes or sections not 
punched, drilled or further manufactured than 
rolled, n.o.p. 

Rolled iron or steel beams, channels, angles, and 
other rolled shapes of iron or steel, not punched, 
drilled, or further manufactured than rolled, 
weighing not less than 35 lb. per lineal yard, not 
being square, flat, oval or round shapes, and not 
being railway bars or rails. 

Rolled iron or steel hoop, band, scroll or strip, 12 
inches or less in width. No. 13 gauge and thicker, 
n.o.p. 

Rolled hoop iron or hoop steel (galvanized) Nos. 12 
and 13 gauge. 


United States. 


United States. 


United Kingdom. 
United States 


Total. 


United States. 


United States. 


Cwt. 


630 


630 


17,118 


1 

189,950 


189,951 


No. 


33,640 


33,640 


1 

1 

6,065 


6,068 


Ton 


15,671 


15,671 


C wt . 
43,355 


26, 032 


889,868 


924 

1,317,318 


1,317,542 


17,277 


Value. 


2,447 


2,447 


64,626 


5 

762,488 


762,493 


238,296 


238,296 


341 

100 

251 

724,453 


725, 145 


637,740 


Duty. 


$ cts. 


315 00 


315 00 


8,559 00 


0 60 
113,970 00 


113,970 60 


71,488 80 


71,488 80 


93 78 
27 50 
69 03 
199,225 60 


199,415 91 


109,697 00 


637,740 109,697 00 


144,498 


89,887 


3,192,717 


1,905 

4,651,450 


4,653,355 


73,963 


2,244 


8,717 


17,342 00 


10,412 80 


311,453 97 


33 60 
197,597 70 


197,631 30 


6,046 95 


785 40 


TRADE REPORT— PART I 


215 


SESSIONAL PAPER No. 11 

Imported for Home Consumption — Continued. 


Preferential Tariff. 

Treaty Rates. 


Total. 


Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity 

Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty Coll’d 

Cwt. 

$ 

19 

$ cts 

0 3C 

Cwt. 



S 

S cts 

Cwt. 

S 

u 

8 cts. 

0 30 
315 00 





63C 

2,44/ 







1 

19 

0 3C 




631 

2,46f 

315 30 








' 




17,118 

64,626 

8,559 00 







5 

73 

2 00 




s 

73 

s 

2 00 
0 60 
113,970 00 






1 







189,950 

762,488 







5 

73 

2 00 




189,956 

762,566 

113,972 60 





No. 

3 

.520 

104 00 

No. 



No. 

3 

520 

104 00 
71,488 80 





33,640 

238,296 







3 

520 

104 00 




33,643 

238,816 

71,592 80 





22 

14,210 

2,131 50 




23 

1 

14,551 

100 

2,225 28 
27 50 
69 03 
199,225 60 










1 

251 







6,065 

724,453 







22 

14,210 

2,131 50 




6,090 

739,355 

201,547 41 




Ton 

1 

32 

4 50 

Ton 



. Ton 

1 

32 

4 50 
109,697 00 




15,671 

637,740 







1 

32 

4 50 




15,672 

637, 772 

109,701 50 




Cwt. 



Cwt. 



Cwt. 

43,355 

144,498 

17,342 00 













26,032 

89, 887 

10,412 80 













889,868 

3,192,717 

311,4.53 97 













224 

1,905 

4,651,450 

33 60 







1,317,318 

197,597 70 













1,317,542 

4,653,355 

197,631 30 













17,277 

73,963 

6,046 95 













2,244 

8,717 

785 40 








216 


CUSTOMS DEPARTMENT 


9 GEORGE V, A. 1919 
No. 22. — General Statement of ^Merchandise 


Articles. 


Countries. 


General Tariff. 


Quantity. 


Value. 


Duty. 


Dutiable Goods — Continued. 

Iron and steel — Con. 

Rolled iron or steel, hoop, band, scroll or strip. 
No. 14 gauge and thinner, galvanized or coated 
with other metal or not, n.o.p., including drawn 
iron or steel of this description for the manu- 
facture of mats {See Free Goods). 

Rolled iron or steel sheets or plates, sheared or 
unsheared, and skelp iron or steel, sheared or 
rolled in grooves, n.o.p. 

Rolled iron or steel plates, not less than .30 inches 
in width and not less than \ inch in thickness, 
n.o.p. 

Rolled iron or steel sheets, polished or not. No. 
14 gauge and thinner, n.o.p. {See Free Goods). 


Rolls of chilled iron or steel. 


United States. 


United States. 


United States. 


United States. 


United States. 


Rolled round wire rods in the coil of iron or steel 
not over | inch in diameter, when imported by 
wire manufacturers for use in making wire in the 
coil in their own factories. 

Rolled round rods in the coil, of iron or steel, for 
the manufacture of chains. 

Sad or smoothing, hatters’ and tailors’ irons not 
plated. 

Safes, doors for safes and vaults 


United States. 


United States... 


United States. 


United Kingdom. 
United States 


Total. 


Screws commonly called ‘wood screws’ n.o.p., 
iron, steel, brass or other metal. 


Screws, lag or coach, plated or not, machine or 
other screws, n.o.p. 


Scales, balances, weighing beams and strength 
testing machines of all kinds. 


Shafting, round, steel, in bars not exceeding 2| 
inches in diameter. 


Shafting, steel, turned, compressed or polished. . . 

Sheets or plates of steel, cold rolled, sheared edges. 
Over 14 gauge, not less than inches wide, for 
manufacture of mower bars, hinges, typewriters, 
and sewing machines 


United Kingdom. 
United States 


Total. . 


United Kingdom. 
United States 


Total. 


United Kingdom. 

Hong Kong 

United States 


Total. 


United States. 


United States.. 


United States. 


Cwt. 


223,640 


1,181,933 


$ cts. 


59,096 65 


141,357 


590, 659 


49,474 95 


257,662 


1,024,965 


38,649 30 


1,233,139 


7,334,705 


366,735 25 


2,066 


8,213 


2,463 90 


1,044,919 


3,337,014 


182,860 92 


52, 148 


160,992 


9, 125 96 


3,659 


1,097 70 


45,873 


13,761 90 


45,873 


13,761 90 


2 

155,396 


0 70 
54,388 60 


155,398 


54,389 30 


63,730 


22,305 50 


63,730 


22,305 50 


198,715 


6 90 
59,614 50 


198,738 


59,621 40 


70,093 


310,096 


77,524 00 


74,139 


22,241 70 


5,328 


27,491 


2,749 10 


TRADE REPORT— PART I 


217 


SJlSSIONAL PAPcR No. 11 

Imported for Home Consumption — Continued. 


Preferential Tariff. 

Treaty Rates. 

Total. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty. Coll’d 

Cwt. 

$ 

$ cts. 

Cwt. 

S 

$ cts. 

Cwt. 

223,640 

S 

1,181,933 

$ cts. 
59,096 65 













141,357 

590, 659 

49,474 95 













257,662 

1,024,965 

38,649 30 











t 


1,233,139 

7,334,705 

366,735 25 













2,066 

8,213 

2,463 90 













1,044,919 

3,337,014 

182,860 92 







i 



- 



52, 148 

160,992 

9, 125 96 














3,659 

1,097 70 









16 

3 20 





16 

45,873 

3 20 
13,761 90 














16 

3 20 




\ 

45,889 

13,765 10 







147 

33 09 





149 

155,396 

33 79 
54,388 60 














147 

33 09 





155,545 

54,422 39 







31 

7 18 





31 

63,730 

' 7 18 
22,305 50 














31 

7 18 





63,761 

22,312 68 





J 


420 

84 OC 





420 

23 

198,715 

84 00 
6 90 
59,614 50 











• 










420 

84 00 





199,158 

59,705 40 












70, 093 

310,096 

77,524 00 








' 






74, 139 

1 

22,241 70 






' 








5,328 

27,491 

2,749 10 








218 


CUSTOMS DEPARTMENT 


9 GEORGE V, A. 1919 
No. 22. — General Statement of Merchandise 


Articles. 

Countries.' 

General Tariff. 

Quantity 

Value. 

Duty. 

Dutiable Goods — Continued. 

Iron and steel — Con. 

Slippts flat nf galvanized iron or steel 

United States 

Cwt. 

227,551 

S 

1,596,14: 

S cts. 
79,807 15 

irnn nr pnrrng^atp(i , g^alvanizprJ 

United States.. 

52t 

3,33J 

1,001 40 

Sheets, iron or steel, corrugated, not galvanized. . 
Skates of all kinds' roller or other, and parts there- 

United States 

% 

United States 

4-1 

371 

111 30 


41,303 

/ 

14,456 05 

Skelp iron or steel, sheared or rolled in grooves, im- 
ported by manufacturers of wrought iron or steel 
pipe, for use exclusively in the manufacture of 
wrought iron or steel pipe in their owm factories. 

Steel billets, n.o.p 

United States 

United States 


1,. 346, 706 

4,523,685 

226, 184 25 

5,580 

17,725 

1,953 00 

Stoves of all kinds, for coal, wood, oil, spirits or 
' gas. 

United Kingdom.... 


240 

14 

1,895 

492,862 

60 00 
3 50 
473 75 
123,215 50 

Stove urns of metal, and dovetails, chaplet and 
hinge tubes of tin for use in the manufacture of 
stoves 

Japan 


Si\dtzerland 


United States 


Total 



495,011 

123,752 75 

United States 


, 

29,677 

2,967 70 

Switches, frogs, crossings and intersections for rail- 
ways 

United States.. . . 



178,164 

57,903 73 

Tubing, viz.: — 

Wrought or seamless iron or steel tubing plain or 
galvanized threaded and coupled or not, over 
10 inches in diameter, n.o.p 

United States 



135,992 

20,398 80 

Wrought or seamless tubing, iron or steel, plain 
or galvanized, threaded and coupled or not, 
over 4 inches in diameter, but not exceeding 10 
inches in diameter, n.o.p 

United Kingdom... 





Wrought or seamless tubing, iron or steel, plain 
or galvanized, threaded and coupled or not, 
4 inches or less in diameter, n.o.p 

United States. . . . 


416,776 

125,032 80 

Total 



416,776 

125,032 80 



Stntps.. 


934,925 

327,223 75 

Seamless steel tubing, valued at not less than 3| 
cents per lb . 




16,145 

214,083 

10,704 15 

(See Free Goods.) 

Rolled or draxv-n square tubing of iron or steel, 
adapted for use in the manufacture of agri- 
cultural implements 


"Tnitprl Sfafps.. 


7,962 

398 10 

Iron or steel pipe or tubing, plain or galvanized, 
riveted, corrugated or otherwise specially 
manufactured, including lock joint pipe, n.o.p. 



United Kingdom.... 




United States 


314,305 

94,291 50 



Total 


314,305 

94,291 50 




TRADE REPORT— PART I 


219 


SESSIONAL PAPER No. 11 

Imported for Home Consumption — Continued. 


Preferential Tariff. 

Treaty Rates. 

Total. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty Coll’d 

Cwt. 

$ 

$ cts. 

Cwt. 

S 

$ cts. 

Cwt. 

227,557 

$ 

1,596,143 

$ cts. 
79,807 15 













526 

3,338 

1,001 40 








% 





41 

371 

111 30 














41,303 

14,456 05 













- 

1,346,706 

4,523,685 

226,184 25 













5,580 

17,725 

. 1,953 00 








297 

44 55 





537 

14 

1,895 

492,862 

104 55 
3 50 
473 75 
123,215 50 




























297 

44 55 





495,308 

123,797 30 













29,677 

2,967 70 















178, 164 

57,903 73 















135,992 

20,398 80 









4,615 

923 00 



- 


4,615 

416,776 

923 00 
125,032 80 














4,615 

923 00 





421,391 

125, 955 80 













934,925 

327,223 75 














16,145 

214,083 

10,704 15 














7,962 

398 10 









1,255 

251 00 





1,255 

314,305 

251 00 
94,291 50 

, 













1,255 

251 00 





315,560 

94,542 50 







220 


CUSTOMS DEPARTMENT 


9 GEORGE V, A. 1919 
No. 22. — General Statement of Merchandise 


Articles. 


Dutl\ble Goods — Continued. 


Countries. 


General Tariff. 


Quantity. Value. 


Duty. 


cts. 


Iron and steel — Con. 

Iron or steel pipe, not butt or lap welded, and 
wirebound wooden pipe, not less than thirty 
inches internal diameter, when for use ex- 
clusively in alluvial gold mining 


Ware — Agate, granite or enamelled iron or steel 
ware. 


Ware — Iron or steel hollow-ware, plain black or 
coated, n.o.p., and nickel and aluminum 
kitchen or household hollow-ware, n.o.p. 


Wire bale ties, 


Wirebound wooden pipe, n.o.p 


Wire cloth or wove wire and netting of iron or steel . 


Wire, crucible cast steel, valued at not less than 6 

cents per lb 

(See Free Goods.) 

Wire screens, doors and windows 


Wire buckthorn strip, fencing, W'oven wire fencing 
and wire fencing of iron or steel, n.o.p., not to in- 
clude w'oven wire or netting made from wire 
smaller than No. 14 gauge, not to include fencing 
of wire larger than No. 9 gauge. 

Wire, single or several covered with cotton, linen, 
silk, rubber or other material, including cable so 
covered. 


Wire of iron and steel, all kinds, n.o.p. 


Wire, rope, stranded or twisted wire, clothes lines, 
picture or other twisted wire, and wire cables, 
n.o.p. 


United States, 


423 


42 30 


United Kingdom.. 

Hong 'Kong 

Japan 

United States.. . . 

Total 


228 

197.-M 


79 80 
1 40 
29 05 
69,205 50 


198,045 


69,315 75 


United Kingdom.. 

Hong Kong 

Japan 

United States 


491 

54 

222,938 


147 30 
16 20 
66,881 40 


Total 


223,483 


67,044 90 


United States 


United States 


11,832 3,549 60 


7,032 1,758 00 


United Kingdom 

Japan 

United States... . 

Total 


United States.. 


Lb. 

516,235 


13 

246,017 


3 90 
73,805 10 


246,030 


73,809 00 


161,944 


8,097 20 


United States.. 


12,287 


3,686 10 


United States 


20,321 


3,048 15 


•> 


United Kingdom 

Japan 

L^nited States 

Total 


10 

233,812 


233,822 


3 00 
70,143 60 


70, 146 60 


United Kingdom 

Hong Kong 

United States. . . . 

Total . . 


20 

11,736,025 


11,736,045 


2 

557,865 


557,867 


0 40 
111,573 00 


111,573 40 


United Kingdom 

Alaska 

Japan 

United States 

Total 


5,654 

100 

369 

328,400 


1,413 50 
25 00 
92 25 
82,100 00 


334,523 


83,630 75 


TRADE REPORT— PART I 


221 


SESSIONAL PAPER No. 11 


Imported for Home Consumption — Continued. 


Preferential Tariff. 

Treaty Rates. 

o 

I 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty Coll’d 


S 

S cts. 


S 

S cts. 


$ 

423 

8 cts. 
42 30 









1,949 

438 54 





2,177 

4 

83 

197,730 

518 34 
1 40 
29 05 
69,205 50 


















• 










1,949 

438 54 





199,994 

69,754 29 







4,620 

924 00 





4,620 

491 

54 

222,938 

924 00 
147 30 
' 16 20 
66,881 40 




























4,620 

924 00 





228, 103 

67,968 90 













11,832 

3,549 60 















7,032 

1,758 00 









791 

158 20 





791 

13 

246,017 

158 20 
3 90 
73,805 10 





















791 

158 20 





246,821 

73,967 20 






Lb. 



Lb. 



Lb. 

516,235 

161,944 

8,097 20 














12,287 

3,686 10 















20,321 

3,048 15 









1,260 

252 00 





1,260 

10 

2.33,812 

252 00 
3 00 
70,143 60 





















1,260 

252 00 





235,082 

70,398 60 






13,247 

1,313 

196 95 




13,247 

20 

11,736,025 

1,313 

2 

557,865 

196 95 
0 40 
111,573 00 
















13,247 

1,313 

196 95 




11,749,292 

559,180 

111,770 35 





336,205 

58,835 82 





341,859 

100 

369 

328,400 

60,249 32 
25 00 
92 25 
82, 100 00 




























336,205 

58,835 82 





670,728 

142,466 57 







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9 GEORGE V, A. 1919 
No. 22. — General Statement of Merchandise 


Articles. 


Countries. 


General Tariff. 



Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty. 


Cwt. 

$ 

8 cts. 

United Kingdom.... 


* 


United States 

66,848 

638, 161 

209,676 25 


Total 

66,848 

638,161 

209,676 25 


United States 

6,734 

46,284 

16, 62“! 50 


Newfoundland 

United States 

3,347 

193,680 

2,802 

229,780 

167 35 
9,684 00 


T otal 

197,027 

232,582 

9,851 35 

United Kingdom.... 


1,222 

366 60 

P'ra.nf'P .... 


Japan 


2,965 

172,104 

889,50 
51,631 20 

United States . ... 




Total 


176,291 

52,887 30 



United Kingdom.... 


681 

204 30 

Hong Kong 


11 

3 30 

Japan 


United States 


124,348 

37,304 40 



Total 


125,040 

37,512 00 



United Kingdom.... 


1,497 

321 

449 10 

Hong Kong 


96 30 

France 


114 

34 20 

Japan 


1,828 

548 40 

Norway 


Sweden 


251 

75 30 

Switzerland 


United States 


383,009 

114,902 70 


• 

T otal 


387,020 

116,106 00 



United Kingdom.... 


354 

106 20 

United States 


191,848 

57,554 40 



Total. 


192,202 

57,660 60 



United Kingdom.... 


f 


France 


15 

4 50 

United States 


1,434 

430 20 



T otal 


1,449 

434 70 



United Kingdom.... 


673 

201 90 

France 


Japan 


5 

1 50 

United States 


157,089 

47, 126 70 



Total 


157,767 

47,330 10 



United States 

1,676 

24, 159 

3,623 85 



Dutiable Goods — Continued. 

Iron and steel — Con. 

Iron or steel nuts, rivets and bolts, with or without 
threads, nut, bolt and hinge blanks; and T and 
strap hinges of all kinds, n.o.p. 


T. and strap hinges of all kinds, n.o.p. and hinge 
blanks. 

Iron or steel scrap, wrought, being waste or refuse, 
including punchings, cuttings and clippings of iron 
or steel plates or sheets, having been in actual 
use; crop ends of tin plate bars, blooms and rails, 
the same not having been in actual use. 

Pen-knives, jack-knives and pocket-knives of all 
kinds. 


Knives and forks of steel, plated or not, n.o.p 


All other cutlery, n.o.p. 


Guns, rifles, including air guns and air rifles, (not 
being toys), muskets, cannons, pistols, revolvers, 
or other firearms. 


Bayonets, swords, fencing foils and masks. 


Needles, of any material or kind, n.o.p. 


Steel, chrome steel 


V 


TRADE REPORT— PART I 


223 


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Imported for Home Consumption — Continued. 


Preferential Tariff. 


Treaty Rates. 


Total. 


Quantity 

Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity 

Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty Coll’d 

Cwt. 

608 

$ 

2,975 

$ cts 
753 50 

Cwt. 

S 

$ cts 

Cwt. 

608 

66,848 

$ 

2,975 
6.38, 161 

$ cts. 

7.53 50 
209,676 25 










608 

2,975 

753 50 




67,456 

641,136 

210,429 75 










6,734 

46,284 

16,621 50 













3,347 

193,680 

2,802 

229,780 

167 35 
9,684 00 



















197,027 

232,582 

9,851 35 








33,483 

6,696 60 





34,705 

5.38 

26, 160 
172,104 

7,063 20 
147 95 
7,268 13 
51,631 20 


538 

23,195 

147 95 
6,378 63 
















% 




33,483 

6,696 60 


23,733 

6,526 58 


233,507 

66,110 48 





101,0.58 

20,211 60 

% 

31 

8 52 


101,770 

11 

1,4.56 

124,348 

20,424 42 
3 30 
400 41 
37,304 40 








1,456 

400 41 













» 


101,058 

20,211 60 


1,487 

408,93 


227,585 

58,132 53 





90,271 

18,054 20 


60 

16 50 


91,828 

321 

1,.323 

12,407 

19 

251 

6 

.383,009 

18,519 80 
96 30 
366 68 
3,457 70 
5 23 
75 30 
1 65 
114,902 70 








1,209 

332 48 
2,909 .30 
5 23 






10,. 579 
19 
















6 

1 65 















90,271 

18,0.54 20 


11,873 

3,265 16 


489,164 

1.37,425 36 





16,640 

3,328 00 





16,994 

191,848 

3,434 20 
57,554 40 














16,640 

3,328 00 





208,842 

60,988 60 







5,133 

1,026 60 





5,133 

15 

1,434 

1,026 60 
4 50 
430 20 





















5,133 

1,026 60 





6,582 

1,461 30 







59,492 

11,898 40 


4 

30 

272 

1 10 
8 25 
74 80 


60,169 

30 

277 

157,089 

12,101 40 
8 25 
76 30 
47,126 70 














- 








59,492 

11,898 40 


306 

84 15 


217,565 

59,312 65 










1,676 

24,159 

3,623 85 


I 


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9 GEORGE V, A. 1919 

No. 22. — General Statement of Merchandise 




General Tariff. 

Articles. 

Countries. 




Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty. 



Dutiable Goods — Continued. 


Cwt. 

$ 

$ cts. 

Iron and steel — Con. 





Steel plate, universal mill or rolled edge plates of 
steel over 12 inches wide, imported by manu- 
facturers of bridges or of structural work or in 

United States 

263,502 

1,121,225 

39,525 30 






car construction. 





Steel, in bars or sheets, to be used exclusively in 

United States 

42,614 

168,221 

6,392 10 

the manufacture of shovels, when imported by 
manufacturers of shovels. 






Rolled iron or steel, and cast steel in bars, bands, 

United Kingdom 

1,465 

14,755 

737 75 

hoops, scroll or strip, sheet or plate, of any size, 
thickness or width, galvanized or coated with 

Hong Kong 

1 

12 

0 60 

Belgium 

82 

968 

48 40 

any material or not, and steel blanks for the 

Norway 

45 

714 

> 35 70 

manufacture of milling cutters, when of greater 

Sweden 

614 

5,475 

138 

273 75 

value than 3^ cents per lb. (See Free Goods). 

Switzerland 

3 

6 90 


United States 

1,941,724 

12,718,146 

635,907 30 


Total 

1,943,934 

12,740,208 

637,010 40 

Steel balls adapted for use on bearings of machin- 

United States 


106,945 

10,694 50 

ery and vehicles. (<See Free Goods). 

Steel wool 





11,978 

1,197 80 




Tools and implements, viz; — 





Adzes, cleavers, hatchets, wedges, sledges, 

United Kingdom... 


1 

0 30 

hammers, crowbars, cantdogs and track 

United States 


50,054 

15,016 20 

tools; picks, mattocks and eyes or poles for 



Total 


50,055 

15,016 50 

the same. 




Axes 


Doz. 




1 

1,028 

4 

0 90 
2,403 48 


United States. 

10,681 


Total 

1,029 

10,685 

2,404 38 

Saws 



20 

6 00 


France 



Japan 


4 

1 20 


Switzerland 




United States 


118,850 

35,655 00 





T otal 


118,874 

35,662 20 




Files and rasps, n.o.p 






France 


275 

82 50 


Switzerland 



United States 


232,670 

69,801 00 





Total 


232,945 

69,883 50 




Tools, hand, of all kinds, n.o.p . 

TTnifpd TCingdom 





Hong Kong 


38 

11 40 


France 


10 

3 00 


Japan 


50 

15 00 


Switzerland 



United States. . . 


1,018,470 

305,541 00 





T otal 


1,018,568 

305,570 40 




Ivnife blades, or olanks, and table forks of iron nr 





steel, in the rough, not handled, filed, ground or 
otherwise manufactured. . . 

United States 


1,653 

165 30 





TRADE REPORT-PART 1 


225 


SESSIONAL PAPER No. 11 

Imported for Home Consumption — Continued. 


Preferential Tariff. 

Treaty Rates. 

Total. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty Coll’d 

Cwt. 

S 

S cts. 

Cwt. 

$ 

$ cts. 

Cwt. 

263,502 

$ 

1,121,225 

$ cts. 
39,525 30 













42,614 

168,221 

6,392 10 













1,465 

1 

82 

45 

614 

3 

1,941,724 

14,755 

12 

968 

714 

5,475 

138 

12,718,146 

737 75 
0 60 
48 40 
35 70 
273 75 
6 90 
635,907 30 

















- 
































1,943,934 

12,r40,208 

637,010 40 














106,945 

10,694 50 















11,978 

1,197 80 









3,104 

620 80 





3,105 

50,054 

621 10 
15,016 20 














3,104 

620 80 





53,159 

15,637 30 






Doz. 



Doz. 



Doz. 

1 

1,028 

4 

10,681 

0 90 
2,403 48 



















1,029 

10, 685 

2,404 38 








488 

97 60 





508 
, 297 
21 
19 

. 118,850 

103 60 
81 69 
5 87 
5 23 
35,655 00 



297 

17 

19 

81 69 

4 67 

5 23 

























488 

97 60 


333 

91 59 


119,695 

35,851 39 





3,168 

633 60 





3,168 
594 
787 
232, 670 

633 60 
170 23 
216 43 
69,801 00 



319 

787 

87 73 
216 43 




















3,168 

633 60 


1,106 

304 16 


237, 219 

70,821 26 





6,930 

1,386 00 





6,930 

38 

164 

553 

93 

1,018,470 

1,386 00 
11 40 
45 35 
153 32 
25 57 
305,541 00 










154 

503 

93 

42 35 
138 32 
25 57 

























6,930 

1,386 00 


750 

206 24 


1,026,248 

307,162 64 











1,653 

165 30 









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9 GEORGE V, A. 19T9 

No. 22. — General Statement of Merchandise 


Articles. 


Countries. 


General Tariff. 


Quantity. Value. Duty 


Dutiable Goods — Continued. 

Iron and steel — Con. 

Manufactures, articles or wares of iron or steel, or 
of which iron or steel, (or either) are the compo- 
nent materials of chief value, n.o.p 


United Kingdom.. 

Australia 

Bermuda 

B. W. Indies 

Hong Kong 

Newfoundland. . . . 

Alaska 

China 

Denmark 

France 

Japan 

Mexico 

^Miquelon and St. 

Pierre 

Peru 

Sweden 

Switzerland 

United States 


3,660 

6,971 

1,040 

2,424 

529 

213 

2 


S cts. 


1,098 00 
2,091 30 
312 00 
727 20 
158 70 
63 90 
0 60 
2 10 


2,388 

746 

1 

21 

25 

738 

120 

10,249,548 


716 40 
223 80 
0 30 

6 30 

7 50 
221 40 

36 00 
3,074,864 40 


Total. 


10,268,433 


3,080,529 90 


Total, iron and steel and manufactures of. 


132,675,627 


22,973,016 54 


Ivory, manufacture, of, n.o.p. 


United Kingdom. 

Hong Kong 

Japan 

United States 


4 

46 

2,502 


0 70 
8 05 
437 89 


Total. 


2,552 


446 64 


Jellies, jams and preserv'es, n.o.p., and condensed 
mince meat 


Lb. 


United Kingdom. 

B. W. Indies 

Hong Kong 

China 

France 

Japan 

United States 


20 


1 


0 75 


1,982 

216 

215 

67 

164,603 


204 

11 

55 

13 

30,794 


74 33 
8.10 
8 06 
2 51 
6,172 97 


T otal . 


167,103 


31,078 


6,266 72 


Jewellery, n.o.p. 


L^'nited Kingdom. 

Hong Kong 

China 

France 

Germany 

Italy 

Japan 

Switzerland 

L^nited States 


841 

169 

6 

2,654 

324 

766 

314 

123 

822,304 


294 35 
59 15 
2 10 
928 90 
113 40 
268 10 
109 90 
43 05 
287,806 40 


Total. 


827,501 


289,625 35 


Knitted goods of every description, n.o.p. 


United Kingdom. 

Hong Kong 

France 

Japan 

Switzerland 

United States 


Total. 


3,505 

16 

49 

2,191 

4,137 

142,113 

152,011 


1,226 75 
5 60 
17 15 
766 85 
1,447 95 
49,739 55 

53,203 85 


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t 

Imported for Home Consumption — Continued. 


Preferential Tariff. 

Treaty Rates. 

Total. 


Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty Coll’d 


$ 

S cts. 


S 

$ cts. 


S 

$ cts. 


184,170 

36,834 00 


1,113 

306 08 


188,943 

.38,238 08 






6,971 

2,091 .30 





* 



1,010 

3l2 00 








2,424 

727 20 








529 

158 70 








213 

63 90 








2 

0 60 








7 

2 10 





106 

29 15 


106 

29 15 





3,923 

1,078 85 


6,311 

1,795 25 





6,231 

1,713 58 


6, 977 

1,937 38 








1 

0 30 


' 






21 

6 30 








25 

7 50 








738 

221 40 





25 

6 87 


145 

42 87 








10,249,548 

3,074,864 40 










184, 170 

36,834 00 


11,398 

3,134 53 


10,464,001 

3,120,498 43 





1,496,882 

258,523 10 


52,112 

14,331 00 


134,224,621 

23,245,870 64 







136 

20 40 





136 

20 40 








4 

0 70 








46 

8 05 








2,502 

437 89 










136 

20 40 





2,688 

467 04 









Lb. 



Lb. 



Lb. 



51,842 

5, 239' 

1,425 65 




51,862 

5,240 

1,426 40 

1,198 

200 

32 94 




1,198 

200 

' 32 94 







1,982 

204 

74 33 







216 

11 

8 10 







215 

55 

8 06 







67 

1^ 

2 51 







164, 603 

30, 794 

6,172 97 



. 






53,010 

5,439 

1,458 .59 



' 

220, 143 

36,517 

7,725 31 


31,863 

7, 169 49 


3,796 

1,138 80 


36,500 

8,602 64 





169 

59 15 








6 

2 10 





5,329 

1,598 70 


7,983 

2,527 60 


• 




324 

113 40 








766 

268 10 





2,607 

782 10 


2,921 

892 00 





720 

216 00 


843 

259 05 








822,304 

287,806 40 










31,863 

7, 169 49 


12,452 

3,735 60 


871,816 

300,530 44 






78,285 

17,614 58 


- 



81,790 

18,841 33 






16 

5 60 






. 


49 

17 15 








‘ 2,191 

' 766 85 








4,137 

1,447 95 








142,113 

49,739 55 









78,285 

17,614 58 





230,296 

70,818 43 








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9 GEORGE V, A. 1919 

No.' 22. — General Statement of Merchandise 


Articles. 

Countries. 

General Tariff. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty. 

Dutiable Goods — Continued. 

Launches, pleasure, steam, gasoline or other motive 
power. 

Lead and manufactures of, viz: — 

Old, scrap, pig and block 

United Kingdom 

Miquelon and St. 

Pierre 

United States 

No. 

• 1 

50 

% 

$ cts. 

100 

20,680 

25 00 
5,170 00 

Total 

51 

20,780 

5,195 00 


United Kingdom.... 
B. W. Indies 

Cwt. 

9 

121 

493 

121,687 

25 

458 

2,800 

1,011,712 

3 75 
68 70 
420 00 
151,756 80 


Newfoundland 

United States 

Total 

122,310 

1,014,995 

152,249 25 

B. W. Indies 




Pipe 

Newfoundland 

United States 

454 

8,949 

3,169 

96,513 

792 25 
24,128 25 

Total 

9,403 

99,682 

24,920 50 

United States 

Lb. 

281,822 

29,466 

8,839 80 

Shot and bullets 

United States 

3,901 

481 

144 30 

of, n.o.p 

United Kingdom . . . 


3,113 

14,514 

6,062 

2 

933 90 
4,354 20 
1,818 60 
0 60 

Total, lead and manufactures of 

France . 


Holland 


Italy 


Japa.n 


Rpfl.in 




United States 


101,709 

30,512 70 

Total 



125,400 

37,620 00 




1,270,024 

223,773 85 

Leather, and manufactures of, viz: — 

ole leather 



United Kingdom . . . 


97 

17 00 

T.eather, belting leather of all kinds 

B.W. Indies”. 


United States 


55,558 

9,722 84 

T ot.al 



55,655 

9,739 84 

United Kingdom . . . 





Upper leather, not dressed, waxed or glazed 

United States ....... 


9,480 

1,422 00 

T otal 



9,480 

1,422 00 

United Kingdom . . . 



910 

13,814 

136 50 
2,072 10 

Calf, kid, or goat, lamb and sheep skins, tanned.. 

United States 


Total 



14,724 

2,208 60 

United Kingdom . . . 



1,799 

70,350 

269 85 
10,552 50 

United States 


Total 



72,149 

10,822 35 




TRADE REPORT— PART I 


229 


SESSIONAL PAPER No. 11 


Imported for Home Consumption — Continued. 


Preferential Tariff. 

Treaty Rates. 

Total. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty Coll’d 

No. 

1 

$ 

210 

$ cts. 
31 50 

No. 

$ 

$ cts. 

No. 

1 

1 

50 

$ 

210 

100 

20,680 

$ cts. 

31 50 

25 00 
5, 170 00 



* 













1 

210 

31 50 




52 

20, 990 

5,226 50 




Cwt. 

300 

46 

875 

188 

87 50 
18 80 

Cwt. 



Cwt. 

309 

167 

493 

121,687 

900 

646 

2,800 

1,011,712 

91 25 
87 50 
420 00 
151,756 80 



















346 

1,063 

106 30 




122,656 

1,016,058 

152,355 55 




65 

258 

38 70 




65 

454 

8,949 

258 

3,169 

96,513 

38 70 
792 25 
24, 128 25 
















65 

258 

38 70 




9,468 

99,940 

24, 959 20 




Lb. 



Lb. 



Lb. 

281,822 

29,466 

8,839 80 













3,901 

481 

144 30 








25,602 

5,120 40 


549 

512 

5,034 

150 97 
140 80 
1,384 38 


29,264 

15,026 

11,096 

2 

912 

1 

101,709 

6,205 27 
4,495 00 
3,202 98 
0 60 
250 80 
0 28 
30,512 70 


















912 

1 

250 80 
0 28 




















25,602 

5,120 40 


7,008 

1,927 23 


158,010 

44,667 63 





26,923 

5,265 40 


7,008 

1,927 23 


\ 1 , 303 , 955 

230,966 48 





7,820 

29 

977 51 
3 62 





7,917 

29 

55,558 

994 51 
3 62 
9,722 84 



















7,849 

981 13 





63,504 

10,720 97 







26,796 

2,679 60 





26,796 

9,480 

2,679 60 
1,422 00 














26,796 

2,679 60 





36,276 

4,101 60 







18 

1 80 





928 

13,814' 

- 138 30 
2,072 10 




. 










18 

• 1 80 





14,742 

2,210 40 







758 

75 80 





2,557 

70,350 

345 65 
10,552 50 














758 

75 80 





72,907 

10,898 15 







230 


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9 GEORGE V, 1919 

No. 22. — General Statement of Merchandise 


Articles. 


Duti.uble Goods — Continued. 

Leather, and manufactures of — Con. 

Calf, kid or goat, lamb and sheep skins, .dressed; 
waxed or glazed. 


Glove leathers, tanned or dressed, coloured or 
uncoloured, imported by glove manufacturers 
for use exclusively in their own factories in the 
manufacture of gloves. 


Harness leather . 


Tanners’ scrap leather. 


Upper leather, including dongola, cordovan, kan- 
garoo, alligator and all leather, dressed, waxed 
or glazed, or further finished than tanned, n.o.p., 
and chamois skins. 


Japanned, patent or enamelled leather and Moroc- 
co leather, and leather in imitation of Morocco 
leather. 


Skins for Morocco leather, tanned but not further 
manufactured. 


All other leather and skins, n.o.p. 


All other leather, dressed, waxed or glazed, etc., 
n.o.p. 


Boots and shoes, slippers and insoles of leather, 
n.o.p. 


Countries. 


United. Kingdom . 

China 

France 

United States . . . . 


Total. 


United Kingdom . 
United States . . . . 


Total. 


United States . 


United States. 


United Kingdom . 
Newfoundland. . . . 

France 

United States . . . . 


Total. 


United Kingdom . 
L^nited States . . . . 


Total. 


United Kingdom . 
United States . . . . 


T otal . 


United Kingdom . 

B. Straits Settle- 
ments 

Hong Kong 

United States .... 


Total. 


United Kingdom . 
United States . . . . 


Total. 


United Kingdom . 

Hong Kong 

China 

France 

.Japan 

Miquelon and St. 

Pierre 

Norway 

Switzerland 

United States 


Total. 


General Tariff. 


Quantity. Value. Duty 


173 

2,193 

1,423 

1 , 489,491 


1 , 493,280 


no 

2 , 195,218 


2 , 195,328 


50,439 


24,412 


610 

7 

405 

377,269 


378,291 


15,421 


15,421 


435 


435 


12 

4 

246,713 


246,729 


90 

137,717 


137,807 


853 

2,938 

179 


416 

10 

87 


2 , 999,848 


3 , 004,331 


S cts. 


25 95 
328 95 
213 45 
223,423 65 


223,992 00 


11 00 
219,521 80 


219,532 80 


7,565 85 


3,661 80 


91 50 
1 05 
60 75 
56,590 35 


56,743 65 


3,855 25 


3,855 25 


65 25 


65 25 


1 80 
0 60 
37,006 95 


37,009 35 


13 50 
20,657 55 


20,671 05 


255 90 
881 40 
53 70 


124 80 

3 00 
26 10 


899,954 40 


901,299 30 


TRADE REPORT— PART 1 


231 


SESSIONAL PAPER No. 11 

Imported for Home Consumption — Continued. 


Preferential Tariff. 

Treaty Rates. 

Total. 

Quantity . 

Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty Coll’d 


S 

44,025 

S cts. 
5,503 19 


S 

$ cts. 

• 

8 

44,198 

2,193 

1,423 

1,489,491 

$ cts. 

5,529 14 
328 95 
213 45 
223,423 65 
















' 












44,025 

5,503 19 





1,537,305 

229,495 19 







1,629 

81 45 





1,739 

2,195,218 

92 45 
219,521 80 














1,629 

81 45 





2,196,957 

219,614 25 













50,439 

7,565 85 














■ 24,412 

3,661 80 









50,735 

6,341 96 





51,345 

7 

405 

377,269 

6,433 46 
1 05 
60 75 
56,590 35 




























50,735 

6,341 96 





429,026 

63,085 61 







503 

75 45 





503 

15,421 

75 45 
3,855 25 














503 

75 45 





15,924 

3,930 70 


• 





19 

1 90 





19 

435 

1 90 
65 25 














19 

1 90 





454 

67 15 







6,568 

656 80 





6,568 

12 

4 

246,713 

656 SO 

1 80 
0 60 
37,006 95 




























6,568 

656 80 





253,297 

37,666 15 







16,692 

2,086 50 


• 



16,782 

137,717 

2,100 00 
20,657 55 















16,692 

2,086 50 





154,499 

22,757 55 







145,888 

29,177 60 


43 

11 82 


146,784 

2,938 

179 

1,040 

13,540 

10 

87 

28'’ 

2,999,848 

29,445 32 
881 40 
53 70 
286 00 
3,733 92 

3 00 
26 10 
77 55 
899,954 40 











/ 




1,040 

13,124 

286 00 
3,609 12 























282 

77 55 















145,888 

29,177 60 


14,489 

3,984 49 


3,164,708 

934,461 39 





232 


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9 GEORGE V, A. 1919 
No. 22. — General Statement of JMerchandise 


Articles. 


Countries. 


General Tariff. 


Quantity 


Value. 


Duty. 


Dutiable Goods — Continued. 

Leather, manufactures of — Con. 

Boots and shoes, pegged or wire fastened, with 
unstitched soles, close edged. 


Harness and saddlery, including horse boots . 


cts. 


United Kingdom . 
United States. . . . 


12,827 


3,206 75 


Total. 


12,827 


3,206 75 


United Kingdom . 
United States 


149,812 


44,943 60 


Total. 


149,812 


44,943 60 


Leather belting. 


United Kingdom , 
United States . . . . 


145,052 


32,637 29 


Total. 


145,052 


32,637 29 


All other manufactures of leather and raw hide, 
n.o.p. 


United Kingdom . 

France 

Japan 

Switzerland 

United States . . . . 


530 

145 

607 

711 

526,132 


132 50 
36 25 
151 75 
177 75 
131,533,00 


Total. 


528,125 


132,031 25 


Total, leather and manufactures of. 


8,5.34,297 


1,711,407 98 


Lime. 


United Kingdom. 
United States 


Cwt. 

16 

220,006 


86 

77,825 


15 05 
13,619 77 


Total. 


220,022 


77,911 


13,634 82 


Lime juice, viz: — 

Lime juice, crude only. 
(See Free Goods.) 


Lime juice, and fruit juices, fortified with or con- 
taining not more than twenty-five per cent of 
proof spirits. 


Lime juice, and fruit juices, containing more than 
twenty-five per cent of proof spirits 


B. W. Indies. 


Gal. 
23,409 


9,109 


1,170 45 


United Kingdom. 

France 

L^nited States 


Total. 


United States. 


Lime juice and other fruit syrups and fruit juices, 
n.o.p. 


Total, lime juice 

Lithographic stones, not engraved. 
Machine card clothing 


United Kingdom. 

B. W. Indies 

France 

Holland 

United States 


Total. 


United States. 


United Kingdom. 
United States 


Total. 


18 

36 

1,486 


34 
‘ 77 
7,505 


- 13 50 
27 00 
1,114 50 


1,540 


7,616 


1,155 00 


72 


795 


454 50 


200 


805 


181 13 


129 

60 

174,486 


355 

169 

202,909 


79 88 
38 03 
45,655 30 


174,875 


204,238 


45,954 34 


199,896 


221,758 


48,734 29 


2,965 


593 00 


71,678 

71,678 


17,919 50 
17,919 50 


TRADE REPORT— PART I 


233 


SESSIONAL PAPER No. 11 

Imported for Home Consumption — Continued. 


Preferential Tariff. 

Treaty Rates. 

Total. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty Coll’d 


S 

1,603 

$ cts. 
280 52 


$ 

S cts. 

^ . . . . 

S 

1,603 

12,827 

S cts. 

280 52 
3,206 75 














1,603 

280 52 

« 




14,4.30 

3,487 27 







9,290 

1,858 00 





9,290 

149,812 

1,858 00 
44,943 60 














9,290 

1,858 00 





159,102 

46,801 60 







4,628 

/ 

694 20 





4,628 

145,052 

694 20 
32,637 29 














4,628 

694 20 





149,680 

33,331 49 







50,824 

7,623 60 





51,354 

145 

607 

711 

526,132 

7,756 10 
36 25 
151 75 
177 75 
131,533 00 



































50,824 

7,623 60 





578,949 

139,654 85 







367,825 

58,119 50 


14,489 

3,984 49 


8,916 611 

1,773,511 97 

Cwt. 



Cwt. 



Cwt. 

16 

220,006 

86 

77,825 

15 05 
13,619 77 














. 


• 



220,022 

77,911 

13,634 82 







Gal. 



Gal. 



Gal. 

23,409 

9,109 

1,170 45 







/ 






18 

36 

1,486 

34 

77 

7,505 

13 50 
27 00 
1,114 50 

























' 1,540 

7,616 

1,155 00 













72 

795 

454 50 







19,515 

1,778 

25,526 

703 

4,467 07 
123 03 




19,715 

1,778 

129 

60 

174,486 

26,331 

703 

355 

169 

202,909 

4,648 20 
123 03 
79 88 
^ 38 03 

45,655 30 



















21,293 

26,229 

4,590 10 




196,168 

230,467 

50,544 44 

21,293 

26,229 

4,590 10 





221,189 

247,987 

53,324 39 








2,965 

593 00 









27,631 

4,835 46 





27,631 

71,678 

4,835 46 
17,919 50 














27,631 

4,835 46 





99,309 

22,754 96 







234 


CUSTOMS DEPARTMENT 


9 GEORGE V, A- 1919 
No. 22, — General Statement of Merchandise 


Articles. 


Dt:ti.\ble Go6ds — Continued. 

Masiic lanterns and slides therefor and moving 
picture machines. 


Malt, viz: — 

Malt, whole, crushed or ground. 


United Kingdom. 

France.. 

United States 


United States... . 


Malt flour, containing not less than 50 p.c. of malt 


Malt flour, containing less than 50 p.c. in weight of 
malt 


United States. 


United States. 


Malt, extract of, fluid or not, including grain 
molasses 


Total, malt. 


Marble, and manufactures of, viz.: — , 

Marble, sawn or sand rubbed, not polished. 


Rough, not hammered or chiselled. 


Manufactures of, n.o.p. 


Total, marble and manufactures of. 


Mattresses, hair, spring and other. 


Mats, door or carriage, other than metal, n.o.p. 


Countries. 


Total.*. 


Total. 


United Kingdom. 

Italy 

United States 


Total. . 


Italj’ 

United States. 

Total 


United Kingdom. 

France 

Italy 

United States 


Total. 


United Kingdom. 

Hong Kong 

Japan 

United States 


Total. 


United Kingdom. 

Japan 

United States 


Total. 


United Kingdom — 
United States 


General Tariff. 


Quantity. Value. Duty 


Lb. 

1,148,596 


62,518 


16,501 


5,332 

805,902 


811,234 


2,038,849 


74 

9^4 

1,270,665 


S cts. 

18 50 
231 00 
317,666 25 


1,271,663 


317,915 75 


* 52,538 


2,802 


1,976 


1,780 

44,250 


46,030 


103,346 


324 

2 

119,981 


120,307 


229 

23,922 


24,151 


87 

1,09: 

48,236 


49,415 


193,873 


96 

42 

31 

2,429 


2,598 


286 

7,125 

7,411 


5,168 63 


281 33 


1,186 63 


782 96 
39,664 56 


40,447 52 


47,084 11 


64 80 
0 40 
23,996 20 


24,061 40 


.34 35 
3,. 588 30 


3,622 65 


30 45 
382 20 
16,882 60 


17,295 25 


44,979 30 


28 80 
12 60 
9 30 
728 70 


779 40 


100 10 
2,493 75 

2,593 85 


TRADE REPORT— PART I 


235 


SESSIONAL PAPER No. 11 

Imported for Home Consumption — Continued. 


Preferential Tariff. 

Ti 

eaty Rates. 

Total. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity. 

Duty. 

Duty Coll’d 


$ 

30,671 

S cts. 

5,367 52 


S 

36 

238 

$ cts. 

8 10 
53 58 


S 

30,781 

1,162 

1,270,665 

S cts. 

5,394 12 
284 58 
317,666 25 















.30,671 

5,367 52 


274 

61 68 


1,302,608 

323,344 95 

Lb. 



Lb. 



Lb. 

1,148,596 

52,538 

5,168 63 













62,518 

2,802 

281 37 













16,501 

1,976 

1,186 63 













5,332 

805,902 

1,780 

44,250 

782 96 
39,664 56 



















811,234 

46,030 

40,447 52 













2,038,849 

103,346 

47,084 11 








27 

4 05 





351 

2 

119,981 

• 

68 85 
0 40 
23,996 20 





















27 

4 05 





120,334 

24,065 45 








\ 





229 

23,922 

34 35 
3,588 30 






















24,151 

3,622 65 









2,004 

601 20 





2,004 

87 

1,092 

48,236 

601 20 
30 45 
382 20 
16,882 60 



























2,004 

601 20 





51,419 

17,896 45 







2,031 

605 25 





195,904 

45,584 55 







43 

8 60 





139 

42 

31 

2,429 

37 40 
12 60 
9 30 
728 70 




























43 

8 60 





2,641 

788 00 







352 

88 00 





352 

286 

7,125 

88 00 
100 10 
2,493 75 





















352 

88 00 





7,763 

■ 2,681 85 


- 




236 


CUSTOMS DEPARTMENT 


9 George v, a. 1919 
No. 22. — General Statement of Merchandise 


Articles. 


Dutiable Goods — Continued. 

Metals, n.o.p., and manufactures of, viz:- 
Aluminum, manufactures of, n.o.p 


Anodes of nickel, zinc, copper, silver or gold 

Babbit metal in blocks, bars, plates and sheets. . 

Britannia metal, manufactures of, not plated 


Buckles and clasps of iron, steel, brass or copper, of 
all kinds, n.o.p. (not being jewellery). 


Cages, — Bird, parrot, squirrel and rat, of wire, and 
metal parts thereof. 


Composition metal and plated metal, in bars, m 
gots or cores, for the manufacture of watch cases, 
jewellery, filled gold and silver seamless wire. 

Frames not more than 10 inches in width, clasps 
and fasteners, adapted for use in the manufacture 
of purses and chatelaine bags or reticules. 

Furniture springs 


Phosphor tin and phosphor bronze, in blocks, bars, 
plates, sheets and wire. 


Gas, coal oil or other lighting fixtures, including 
electric light fixtures or parts thereof of metal, 
lava or other tips, burners, collars, galleries, 
shades and shade holders. 


Gas mantles and incandescent gas burners. 


Countries. 


United Kingdom. 

France 

Japan 

United States 


Total. 


United States. 


United Kingdom. 
United States 


Total. 


United Kingdom. 
United States 


Total. 


United Kingdom. 
United States 


Total. 


Japan 

United States. 


Total. 


United States. 


United States. 


United Kingdom. 
United States 


Total. 


United Kingdom. 
United States 


Total. 


United Kingdom. 

France 

Japan 

United States 


Total. 


United Kingdom. 

Japan 

United States 


Total. 


General Tariff. 


Quantity. Value. Duty 


163 

6 

128,370 


$ cts. 


40 75 
1 50 
32,092 50 


128,539 32,134 75 


8,118 


30,883 


30,883 


8,083 


8,083 


160,335 


160,335 


1 

3,292 


3,293 


20, 134 


22,403 


59 

111,475 


111,534 


38, 136 


38, 136 


811 80 


4,632 45 


4,632 45 


2,424 90 


2,424 90 


48,100 50 


48,100 50 


0 35 
1,152 20 


1,152 55 


2,013 40 


4,480 60 


17 70 
33,442 50 


33,460 20 


3,813 60 


3,813 60 


560 

8,078 

11,774 

432,043 


452,455 


106 

145 

104,825 


105,076 


168 00 
2,423 40 
3,532 20 
129,612 90 


135,736 50 


31,80 
43 50 
31,447 50 


31,322 80 


TRADE REPORT— PART I 


237 


SESSIONAL PAPER No; 11 

Imported for Home Consumption — Continued. 


Preferential Tariff. 

Treaty Tates. 

Total. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty Coll’d 


S 

75 

•S cts. 
11 25 


$ 

85 

4,422 

$ cts. 

19 13 
994 96 


$ 

160 

4,585 

6 

128,370 

$ cts. 

30 38 
1,035 71 
1 50 
32,092 50 





















75 

11 25 


4,507 

1,014 09 


133,121 

33,160 09 


I 






8,118 

811 80 









506 

50 60 

1 




506 

30,883 

50 60 
4,632 45 














506 

50 60 





31,389 

4,683 05 







1,467 

256 74 





1,467 

8,083 

256 74 
2,424 90 














1,467 

256 74 





9,550 

2,681 64 








1,592 

318 40 


12 

3 30 


1,604 

160,335 

321 70 
48,100 50 










1,592 

318 40 


12 

3 30 


161,939 

48,422 20 








' 1 
3,292 

0 35 
1,152 20 






















3,293 

1,152 55 















20, 134 

2,013 40 















22,403 

4,480 60 















59 

17 70 
33,442 50 








111,475 















111,534 

33,460 20 









288 

14 40 





288 

38,136 

14 40 
3,813 60 














288 

14 40 





.. 38,424 

3,828 00 








3,868 

773 60 





4,428 

8,078 

11,774 

432,043 

941 60 
2,423 40 
3,532 20 
129,612 90 




























3,868 

773 60 





456,323 

136,510 10 







4,256 

851 20 





4,362 

145 

104,825 

883 00 
43 50 
31,447 50 













* 








4,2.56 

851 20 





109,332 

32,374 00 







238 


CUSTOMS DEPARTMENT 


9 GEORGE V, A- 1919 
No. 22. — General Statement of Merchandise 


Articles. 


Countries. 


General Tariff. 


Dutiable Goods — Continued. 

Metals, n.o.p., and manufactures of — Con. 

Gas meters and finished parts thereof 

German, Nevada and nickel silver, manufactures 
of, not plated. 

Ingot moulds, glass moulds of metal 
Lamp springs and clock springs 


Lamps, side lights and head lights, lanterns, chan- 
deliers. 


Metal parts adapted for the manufacture of 
covered buttons. 

Nickel plated ware, n.o.p 


Patterns of brass, iron, steel or other metal, not 
being models. 

Pins, n.o.p 


Rivets, burrs and washers, brass and copper 



Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty. 



S 

$ cts. 

United Kingdom.. . 




United States 


45,561 

15,946 35 



^ Total 


45, 561 

15,946 35 



L’nited Kingdom 


389 

116 70 

France 


25 

7 50 

United States 


134,253 

40,275 90 



Total 


134,667 

40,400 10 



United States 


1,325,-309 

132,530 90 



United Kingdom.... 




France 


18 

1 80 

United States 


6,493 

649 30 



Total 


6,511 

651 10 



United Kingdom 


501 

151 20 

Hong Kong 


• 143 

42 90 

Newfoundland 


3 

0 90 

France 


2,219 

77 

fifi.T 70 

Germany 


23 10 

Holland 


567, 524 
190 

170,257 20 
57 00 

Italy 


Japan 


133,204 

19,386 

1,852,334 

39,961 20 
5,815 80 
555,700 20 

Sweden 


Lnited States 




Total 


2,575,584 

772,675 20 



United States 


40, 628 

8, 125 60 



United Kingdom 


142 

49 70 

Australia 


31 

10 85 

Hong Kong 


509 

178 15 

France 


6 

2 10 

Japan 


381 

133 35 

Switzerland 


United States 


1,186,011 

415,103 85 



Total 


1,187,080 

415,478 00 


' 

United States 


24,474 

7,342 20 



United Kingdom.... 


619 

185 70 

Hong Kong 


France 


20 

6 00 

Japan 


11 

3 30 

United States 


35, 997 

10,799 10 



Total 


36,647 

10,994 10 


I 

United States 


15,543 

4,662 90 



United States 


5.583 

1.674 90 


Nails and tacks, brass and copper 


TRADE REPORT— PART I 


239 


SESSIONAL PAPER No. 11 

Imported for Home Consumption — Continued. 


Preferential Tariff. 

Treaty Rates. 

Total. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty Coll’d 


s 

15 

S ' cts. 
3 38 


$ 

S cts. 


S 

15 

45,561 

S cts. 

3 38 
15,946 35 














15 

3 38 





45,576 

15,949 73 







7,290 

1,275 77 





7,679 

25 

134,253 

1,392 47 
7 50 
40,275 90 





















7,290 

1,275 77 





141,957 

41,675 87 













1,325,309 

132,530 90 









47 

3 53 





47 

3 53 
1 80 
649 30 






18 








6,493 









47 

3 53 





6,558 

654 63 







20, 691 

4, 138 20 





21,195 

143 

3 

2,219 

77 

567,-524 

190 

133,204 

19,386 

1,852,334 

4,289 40 
42 90 
0 90 
665 70 
23 10 
170,257 20 
57 00 
39,961 20 
5,815 80 
555,700 20 






































































20,691 

4, 138 20 





2,596,275 

776,813 40 













40,628 

8,125 60 








• 

30,374 

6,834 35 


215 

64 50 


30,731 

31 

. 509 
2,770 
6,625 
34 

1,186,011 

6,948 55 
10 85 
178 15 
831 30 
2,006 55 
10 20 
415,103 85 















2,764 

6,244 

34 

829 20 
1,873 20 
10 20 

























30,374 

6,834 35 


9,2.57 

2,777 10 


1,226,711 

425,089 45 




• 







24,474 

7,342 20 









12,962 

8,592 40 





43,581 

1 

48 

47 

35,997 

8,778 10 
0 28 
13 70 
13 22 
10,799 10 



1 

28 

0 28 
7 70 
9 92 


























42,962 

8,592 40 


65 

17 90 


79,674 

19,604 40 











15,543 

4,662 90 













% 


5,583 

1,674 90 









240 


CUSTOMS DEPARTMENT 


9 GEORGE V, A. 1919 

No. 22. — General Statement of Merchandise 


Articles. 


Dutiable Goods — Continued. 

Metals, n.o.p., and manufactures of — Con. 

Stereotypes, electrotypes and celluloids for alma- 
nacs, calendars, illustrated pamphlets, news- 
paper or other advertisements, n.o.p., and 
matrices or copper shells for such stereotypes, 
electrotypes and celluloids. 


Stereotypes, electrotypes and celluloids and bases 
for the same composed wholly or partly of 
metal or celluloid, n.o.p., and copper shells for 
such stereotypes, electrotypes and celluloids. 

Matrices for stereotypes, electrotypes and cellu- 
loids specified in preceding item. 


Type for printing, including chases, quoins and 
slugs of all kinds. 


Type metal in blocks, bars, plates and sheets. 


Wire of all kinds, n.o.p. 


Wire, twisted, etc., except iron or steel, n.o.p 

Total, metals, n.o.p., and manufactures of. 
Milk, viii: — 

Milk, condensed 


Milk and cream, fresh 

Total, milk and cream, fresh and condensed 


Mineral and bituminous substances not otherwise 
provided for, viz: — 

Asbestos, in any form other than crude, and all 
manufactures of. 


Asphalt, not solid. 


Countries. 


United Kingdom.. 

Japan 

United States 


'i'otal. 


United States. 


United Kingdom..., 
United States 


Total. 


United Kingdom. 

Hong Kong 

France 

Japan 

United States 


Total. 


United Kingdom. 
United States 


Total. 


United Kingdom. 

France 

United States 


Total. 


United States. 


Newfoundland. 
United States.. 


Total. 


United States. 


United Kingdom. 

Germany 

Portugal 

United States 


Total. 


United States. 


General Tariff. 


Quantity. Value 


Sq. in. 


200 

30 

1 , 193,531 


1 , 193,761 


216,126 


770 

1 , 337,296 


1 , 338,066 


Lb. 

348 

109,926 


110,274 


6 

3 

53,671 


53,680 


14,292 


25 

7,237 


7,262 


2 

2,256 

324 

51,040 


53,622 


27 


27 


85 

94,597 


94, 682 


5,431 


6 , 715,572 


36 

11,915 


11,951 


30,117 


42,068 


1,555 

520 

71 

463,230 


465,376 


11,776 


Duty. 


$ cts. 


3 00 
0 45 
17,903 05 


17,906 50 


270 17 


3 85 
6,686 48 


6, 690 33 


0 40 
451 20 
64 80 
10,208 00 


10, 724 40 


4 05 


4 05 


17 00 
18,919 40 


18,936 40 


1,357 75 


1 , 766,655 00 


13 05 
4, 122 24 


4, 135 29 


5,270 71 


9,406 00 


388 75 
130 00 
17 75 
115,807 50 


116 , 344.00 


2,060 90 


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Imported for Home Consumption — Continued. 


Preferential Tariff. 

Treaty Rates. 

Total. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty Coll’d 

Sq. in. 

\ 

14,288 

S 

864 

$ cts. 
142 88 

Sq. in. 

$ 

% cts. 

Sq. in. 

14,488 

30 

1,193,531 

$ 

870 

3 

53,671 

$ cts 

145 88 
0 45 
17,903 05 



* 










14,288 

864 

142 88 




1,208,049 

54,544 

18,049 38 







216,126 

14,292 

270 17 













770 

1,337,296 

25 

7,237 

3 85 
6,686 48 



















1,338,066 

7,262 

6,690 33 








3,249 

406 13 





3,249 

2 

2,256 

324 

51,040 

406 13 
0 40 
451 20 
64 80 
10,208 00 



































3,249 

406 13 





56,871 

11,130 53 







1,092 

109 20 





1,092 

27 

109 20 
4 05 














1,092 

109 20 





1,119 

113 25 







108 

16 20 





108 

85 

94,597 

16 20 
17 00 
18,919 40 





















108 

16 20 





94,790 

18,952 60 













5,431 

1,357 75 









118,744 

23,798 23 


13,841 

3,812 39 


6,848,157 

4,794,265 62 

Lb. 



Lb. 



Lb. 

348 

109,926 

36 

11,915 

13 05 
4,122 24 

















■ 


110,274 

11,951 

4,135 29 














30,117 

5,270 71 













- 


42,068 

9,406)1 








/ 

62,678 

9,401 70 




• 

64,233 

520 

71 

463,230 

9,790 45 
130 00 
17 75 
115,807 50 
























• 




62, 678 

9,401 70 





528,054 

125,745 70 













11,776 

2,060 90 









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, 9 GEORGE V, A. 191g 

No. 22. — General Statement of Merchandise 


Articles. 


Countries. 


General Tariff. 


Quantity. Value. Duty 


Duti.\ble Goods— Continued. 

Mineral and bituminous substances, n.o.p. — Con. 
Idineral and bituminous substances, other, not 
otherwise provided for. 


United Kingdom 

B. India. 

Newfoundland 

Italy 

Unitpd States 


Total. 


Plumbago, not ground or otherwise manufactured 


Plumbago, ground and manufactures of, n.o.p.. 


Total, mineral and bituminous substances, 
n.o.p. 


Mineral and aerated waters, n.o.p. 


Mucilage and adhesive paste. 


Muscial instruments, viz: — 

Brass band instruments and bag pipes. 


Cabinet organs. 


Pipe organs United States 


United Kingdom. 
United States 


Total. 


United Kingdom. 
United States 


Total. 


United Kingdom. 

B. W. Indies 

Hong Kong 

France 

Italy 

Japan 

United States 


Total. 


United Kingdom.. 

Japan 

United States t 


Total. 


United Kingdom. 

France 

Italy 

Switzerland 

United States.., . . 


Total. 


.3 

242 
218 
203 
695, 101 


.$ cts. 


0 52 


42 35 
38 15 
35 53 
121,643 .59 


695,767 


121,760 14 


10, 240 
107,796 


1,024 00 
10,779 60 


118,036 


11,803 60 


100,899 


25,224 75 


100,899 


25,224 75 


1,391,854 


277,19.3 39 


723 


126 53 


148 
57,793 
150 
590 
54, 191 


25 90 
10,113 77 

26 25 
103 25 

9,483 63 


113,595 


19,879 .33 


47, 790 


13,142 92 


47,790 


13, 142 92 


357 

652 

39 


89 25 
163 00 
9 75 


25, 965 


6,491 25 


27,013 


6,753 25 


United States. 


No. 


379 


20,081 


6,024 30 


25, 107 


7,532 10 


Parts of organs. 


United Kingdom. 
United States 


8,352 


2,088 00 


Total. 


8,352 


2,088 00 


United States. 


1,297 


232,051 


69,615 30 




Pianofortes 


TRADE REPORT— PART I 


243 


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Imported for Home Consiimption^Conffnwed. 


Preferential Tariff. 

Treaty Rates. 

Total. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty Coll’d 

) 

S 

20, 333 

-S cts. 
3,049 95 

> 

$ 

$ cts. 


S 

20,. 336 
242 
218 
203 
695, 101 

$ cts. 

3,050 47 
42 35 
38 15 
35 5.3 
121,643 59 



































. 20,3.33 

3,049 95 





716, 100 

124,810 09 







3,449 

172 45 





13,689 

107,796 

1,196 45 
10,779 60 














3,449 

172 45 





121,485 

11,976 05 







11,950 

1,792 50 





11,950 

100,899 

1,792 .50 
25,224 75 













■ 

11,9.50 

1,792 50 





112,849 

27,017 25 







98,410 

14,416 60 





1,490,264 

291,609 99 







10,214 

24 

1,532 10 
3 60 





10,937 

24 

148 

57,793 

150 

590 

54,191 

1,658 63 
3 60 

25 90 
10,113 77 

26 25 
103 25 

^,483 63 















































10, 238 

1,535 70 





123,833 

21,415 03 







1,137 

198 99 





1,137 

1 

47,790 

198 99 
0 25 
13,142 92 



1 

0 25 















1,137 

198 99 


1 

0 25 


48,928 

13,342 16 


21,086 

3, 162 90 


82 

4,376 

1,914 

584 

18 45 
984 60 
430 65 
131 44 


21,525 

5,028 

1,953 

584 

25,965 

3,270 60 
1,147 60 
440 40 
131 44 
6,491 25 
























21,086 

3, 162 90 


6,956 

1,565 14 


55,055 

11,481 29 

No. 



No. 



No. 

379 

20,081 

6,024 30 












• 

9 

25, 107 

7,532 10 








109 

16 35 





109 

8,352 

16 35 
2,088 00 











„ 



109 

16 35 





8,461 

2, 104 35 












1,297 

232,051 

69,615 .30 








11 — i— 16 ^ 


244 


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^ 9 GEORGE V, A. 1919 
No. 22. — General Statement of Merchandise 


Articles. 

Countries. 

General Tariff. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty. 

Dutiable Goods- — Continued. 
Musical Instruments — Con. 

United Kingdom.... 


$ 

$ cts. 

Piano and. organ players, mechanical 

France 




United States 


353,503 

88,375 75 

Total 



353,. 503 

88,375 75 

United States 


15 

3,426 

• 1,027 80 

Phonographs, graphophones, gramophones and fin- 
ished parts thereof, including cylinders and 
records therefor. 

Other muscial instruments, n.o.p 

United Kingdom 


455 

136,. 50 

France 


Japan 


446 

322 

2,660,315 

133 80 
96 60 
798,094 50 

Switzerland 


United States 


Total 



2,661,538 

798,461 40 

United Kingdom.... 



'75 
419 
3,022 
111 
480 
2,927 
3,174 
90, 303 

22 50 
125 70 
906 60 
33 30 
144 00 
878 10 
952 20 
27,090 90 

Total, musical instruments 

Hong Kong 


France 


Hawaii 


Italy 


Japan 

r 

Switzerland 


United States 


Total 



100,511 

30, 153 30 




3,431,582 

1,010,031 20 

Mustard, ground 



United Kingdom.... 

Lb. 



Mustard, French, liquid 

France 

20 

262,671 

8 

35,091 

2 20 
9,650 12 

United States 

Total 

262, 691 

35,099 

9,652 32 

United Kingdom.... 




Oils, viz; — 

Mineral, viz: — 

Coal and kerosene, distilled, purified or refined 
Petroleum, products of, n.o.p . . . . ' 

F ranee 


458 

38,522 

160 30 
13,482 70 

United States 


T otal 



38,980 

13,643 00 

Newfoundland 

United States 


Gal. 

214 

11,858,277 

41 

937,721 

5 35 
296,458 36 

Total 

11,858,491 

937,762 

296,463 71 

TTnit^H TCingHom. .. 




Crude petroleum, gas oils other than naphtha, 
benzine and gasoline lighter than '8235 but not 
less than • 775 specific gravity at 60 degrees 

Peru 

5,211,298 

16,423,180 

439,444 

2,974,531 

130,282 45 
410,580 48 

United States 

T otal 

21,634,478 

3,413,975 

540,862 93 

United States 

866,902 

66,946 

13,003 61 








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245 


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Imported for Home Consumption — Continued. 


Preferential Tariff. 


Quantity. Value 


30 


30 


10,268 


10,268 


Duty. 


$ cts 


4 50 


4 50 


2,053 60 


2,053 60 


Treaty Rates. 


Quantity Value 


1,867 


1,867 


357 

16,249 

1,676 

3,182 


21,464 


Duty. 


S cts 


420 08 


420 08 


98 17 
4,468 52 
460 90 
875 05 


5,902 64 


Total. 


Quantity. 


15 


Value. 


30 

1,867 

353,503 


355,400 


3,426 


11,080 

16,249 

2,122 

3,504 

2 , 660,315 


2 , 693,270 


Duty foil’d 


$ cts. 


4 .50 
420 08 
88,375 75 


88,800 


1,027 80 : 


2,288 27 
- 4,468 52 
594 70 
971 65 
798,094 50 


806,417 64 


Lb. 
523,534 


523,534 


2,593 


518 60 


7,434 


2,044 35 


8,336 


2,292 40 


1,038 

37,904 

4,386 


285 45 
10,424 27 
1,206 15 


10, 102 
419 
11,358 
111 
1,518 
40,831 
7,560 
90,303 


2,593 


518 60 


34,086 


5,755 95 


189,033 


33,081 07 


Lb. 


189,033 


33,081 07 


59,098 


16,252 62 


162, 202 


89,385 


24, 140 48 


3 , 555,053 


Lb. 

523,534 

20 

262,671 


189,033 

8 

35,091 


786,225 


224,132 


2, oBS 4S> 
125 70 
3,199 00 
.33 30 ’ 
429 45 ' 
11,302 37 ' 
2,158 ^ 
27,090 90 

46,924 52 


1 , 039,927 63 


33,081 07 
2 20 
9,650 12 


42,733 30 


98 


24 50 


70 


22 75 


98 

528 

38,522 


24 50 
183 05 
13,482 70 


98 


24 50 


70 


22 75 


39,148 


13,690 25 


Gal. 


Gal. 


Gal. 

214 

11 , 858,277 


41 

937,721 


5 35 
296,458 36 


11 , 858,491 


937,762 


296,463 71 


17,447 


17,447 


2,936 


2,936 


261 70 


17,447 

5 , 211,298 

16 , 423,180 


261 70 


21 , 651,925 


2,936 

439,444 

2 , 974,531 


261 70 
130,282 45 
410,580 48 


3 , 416,911 


541,124 63 


866,902 


66,946 


13,003 61 


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, 9 GEORGE V, A. 1919 

No. 22. — General Statement of Merchandise 


Articles. 


Dutiable Goods — Continued. 

Oils — Con. 

Petroleum, (not including crude petroleum irn- 
ported to be refined or illuminating or lubri- 
cating oils) -8235 specific gravity or heavier at 
60 degrees temperature. 

Crude petroleum in its natural state, -7900 speci- 
fic gravity or heavier at 60 degrees tempera- 
ture, when imported by oil refiners to be refi- 
ned in their own factories. 


Illuminating oils composed wholly or in part of 
the products of petroleum , coal, shale or^lignite 
costing more than 30 cents per gallon. 


Animal, viz: — 
Lard oil 


Neatsfoot oil 


Other animal oil, n.o.p 


Vegetable, viz: — 
Castor oil 


? 

Cocoanut oil, n.o.p 


Cotton seed oil, n.o.p 


Flaxseed or linseed oil, raw or boiled 


Countries. 

General Tariff. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty. 


Gal. 

S 

$ cts. 

United States 

145,873,118 

6,442,279 

/29,366 02 

Peru 

22,684,465 

625,736 

46,930 20 

United States 

168,691,592 

8,830,473 

662,285 66 

T otal 

191,376,057 

9,456,209 

709,215 86 





France 

390 

524 

104 80 

United States 

159,417 

96,531 

19,306 20 

Total 

159,807 

97,055 

19,411 00 




✓ * 

Hong Kong 

8 

5 

1 25 

United States 

26,206 

23,195 

5,798 75 

T otal 

26,214 

23,200 

5,800 00 

United States 

7,903 

9,936 

2,484 00 





United States 

151,639 

245,061 

42,885 76 

Total 

151,639 

245,061 

42,885 76 

United Kingdom.... 

13 

180 

31 50 

China 

2,453 

3,032 

530 60 

United States 

18,842 

' 41,411 

7,247 01 

Total 

21,308 

44,623 

7,809 11 

United Kingdom.,... 

115 

150 

26 25 

Japan 

2 

6 

1 05 

United States. ....... 

30,074 

46,364 

8,113*77 

Total 

30,191 

46,520 

8,141 07 

China 

10,000 

7,817 

1,367 97 

Japan 

3,344 

3,718 

650 65 

United States 

101,860 

107,039 

18,731 99 

Total 

115,204 

118,574 

20,750 61 


Lb. 



United Kingdom.... 

4 

3 

0 08 

United States 

75,937 

10, 598 

1,253 02 

Total 

75,941 

10,601 

1,253 10 


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247 


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Imported for Home Consumption — Continued. 


Preferential Tariff. 

Treaty Rates. 

• Total. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty Coll’d 

Gal. 

^ $ 

$ cts. 

Gal. 

S 

S cts. 

Gal._ 

145,873,118 

S' 

6,442,279 

S cts. 
729,366 02 













22,684,465 

168,691,592 

625,736 

8,830,473 

46,930 20 
662,285 66 



















191,376,057 

9,456,209 

709,215 86 







1,876 

1,349 

202 35 




1,876 

390 

159,417 

1,349 

524 

96,531 

202 35 
104 80 
19,306 20 



t 













1,876 

1,349 

202 35 




161,683 

98,404 

19,613 35 




1,229 

1,498 

224 70 




1,229 

8 

26,206 

1,498 

5 

23,195 

224 70 
1 25 
5,798 75 
















1,229 

1,498 

224 70 




27,443 

24,698 

6,024 70 










7,903 

9,936 

2,484 00 



• 




14,215 

12,171 

1,825 65 




14,215 

151,639 

12,171 

245,061 

1,825 65 
42,885 76 










14,215 

12,171 

1,825 65 




165,854 

257,232 

44,711 41 




22,417 

39,604 

5,940 60 




22,430 

2,453 

18,842 

39,784 

3,032 

41,411 

5,972 10 
530 60 
7,247 01 
















22,417 

39,604 

5,940 60 




43,725 

84,227 

13,749 71 




2,398 

3,932 

. 491 49 




2,513 

2 

30,074 

4,082 

6 

46,364 

517 74 
1 05 
8,113 77 
















2,398 

3,932 

491 49 

' 



32,589 

50,452 

8,632 56 










10,000 
3,344 
• 101,860 

7,817 

3,718 

107,039 

1,367 97 
650 65 
18,731 99 

























115,204 

118,574 

20,750 61 







Lb. 

306,074 

32,527 

3,825 92 

Lb. 



Lb. 

306,078 

75,937 

32,530 

10,598 

3,826 00 
1,253 02 








s. 


30a,074 

32,527 

3,825 92 




382,015 

43,128 

' 5,079 02 





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9 GEORGE V, A. 1919 
No. 22. — General Statement of Merchandise 


Articles. 

Countries. 

General Tariff. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty. 

Dutiable Goods — Continued. 

• 

Gal. 

8 

S cts. 

Oils — Con. 





Olive oil, n.o.p 

United Kingdom 

1,242 

2,915 

583 00 

France 

17,656 

43, 135 

8,627 00 


Italy 

23,802 

.36,. 377 

7,275 40 


Mexico 

76 

79 

15 80 


Miquelon and St. 
Pierre 

1 

8 

1 60 


Spain 

32, 126 

44,141 

8,828 20 


United States 

57, 926 

112,814 

22,562' 80 

' 

Total 

132,829 

239,469 

47,893 80 


HongKong 

228 

281 

70 25 


Japan 

254 

471 

117 75 


United States 

479 

840 

210 00 


Total 

961 

1,592 

398 00 

Vegetable oil, not otherwise provided for 

United Kingdom.... 

3,495 

4,4.37 

776 47 

Hong Kong 

42,263 

45,390 

7,943 25 

f 

China 

64 

68 

11 90 


Japan 

20,110 

15,587 

2,727 72 


Mexico 

144 

102 

17 85 


L^nited States 

102,714 

62,047 

10,858 51 


Total 

168,790 

127,631 

22,335 70 

Lubricating oils composed wholly or in part of 

Newfoundland 

1.35 

22 

3 37 

petroleum and costing less than 25 cents par gal- 

United States 

2,837,115 

481,104 

70,928 44 

ion 

Total 

2,837,250 

481,126 

70,931 81 

Lubricating oils, n.o.p 

United Kingdom.... 

700 

489 

97 80 

United States 

1,838,602 

646,579 

129,315 80 


T otal 

1,839,302 

647,068 

129,413 60 

Essential oil, n.o.p 

United Kingdom . . . 

Lb. 

14,363 

27,201 

2,040 07 

Australia 

8,131 

3,064 

229 80 


B. India 

25 

33 

2 47 


B.W. Indies 

648 

1,231 

92 32 


Hong Kong 

44 

89 

6 67 


F ranee 

8,749 

33,933 

2,544 97 


Germany 

3 

115 

8 63 


Italy 

4,041 

4,706 

352 95 


Japan 

381 

91 

6 83 


Switzerland 

212 

2,738 

205 35 


United States 

272,732 

368,612 

27,646 46 


Total 

309,329 

441,813 

33,136 52 

Peppermint oil 

United Kingdom . . . 

50 

41 

3 08 

Hong Kong 

160 

\ 276 

20 70 


Japan 

501 

448 

33 60 

\ 

United States 

15,325 

42,772 

3,207 96 

, 

Total N. . 

16,036 

43,537 

3,265 34 


TRADE REPORT— PART 1 


249 • 


SESSIONAL PAPER No. 11 

Imported for Home Consumption — Continued. 


Preferential Tariff. 

Treaty Rates. 

Total. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty Coll’d 

Gal. 

$ 

$ cts. 

Gal. ' 

$ 

$ cts. 

Gal. 

$ 

' $ cts. 

921 

2,737 

410 55 

603 

6,730 

1,208 

17,131 

181 20 
2,569 65 

2,766 

24,386 

23,802 

76 

6,860 

60,266 

36,377 

79 

1,174 75 
11,196 65 
7,275 40 
15 80 

1 60 
10,028 65 
22,562 80 
















1 

8 




5,887 

8,003 

1,200 45 

38,013 

52,144 

112,814 




57,926 







921 

2,737 

410 55 

13,220 

26,342 

3,951 30 

146,970 

268,548 

52,255 65 







228 

254 

281 

471 

70 25 
117 75 
210 00 













. 479 

840 













961 

1,592 

398 00 







3,455 

6,018 

902 70 




6,950 

42,263 

64 

10,455 

45,390 

68 

1,679 17 
7,943 25 
11 90 
2,727 72 
17 85 
10,858 51 





V‘ 











20,110 

144 

15,587 

102 













102,714 

62,047 







3,455 

6,018 

902 70 




172,245 

133,649 

23,238 40 










135 

22 

3 37 
70,928 44 







2,837,115 

481,104 













2,837,250 

481,126 

70,931 81 







6,408 

3,297 

412 13 




7,108 

1,838,602 

3,786 

646,579 

509,93 
129,315 80 










6,408 

3,297 

412 13 




1,845,710 

650,365 

129,825 73 




Lb. 

18,9.34 

35,277 

1,763 85 

Lb. 



Lb. 

33,297 

8,131 

25 

62,478 

3,064 

33 

3,803 92 
229 80 




- 






2 47 







648 

1,231 

89 

92 32 







44 

6 67 

_ 






8,749 

3 

33,933 

115 

2,544 97 
8 63 













4,041 

4,706 

91 

352 95 







381 

6 83 







212 

2,738 

205 35 


- 





272,732 

368,612 

27,646 46 







18,934 

35,277 

1,763 85 




328,263 

477,090 

34,900 37 




135 

1,063 

53 15 




185 

1,104 

276 

56 23 


• 


160 

20 70 







501 

448 

33 60 







15,325 

42,772 

3,207 96 







135 

1,063 

53 15 




16,171 

44,600 

3,318 49 





250 


CUSTOMS DEPARTMENT 


9 GEORGE V, A. 191g 
No. 22. — Genekal Statement of Merchandise 


Articles. 


Duti.vble Goods — Continued. 

Oils — Con. 

All other oils, not elsewhere specified . . 


Total, oils. 


Oil cloth, etc, viz.: — 

Oiled silk, oiled cloth, and tape or other textile, 
India rubbered, flocked or coated, n.o.p. 


Oil cloth, enamelled carriage, floor, shelf and 
table oil cloth, cork matting or carpet and lino- 
leum. 


Total, oil cloth, etc. 


Optical instruments, etc., viz.: — 

Optical, philosophical, photographic and mathe- 
matical instruments, n.o.p . 


Parts, brass and aluminum, of cameras and 
kodaks, including special parts of metal in the 
rough, when imported by manufacturers of 
cameras and kodaks for the use only in the 
manufacture of cameras and kodaks. 

Spectacles, eye-glasses and ground or finished 
spectacle or eye-glass lenses. 

I 


Spectacle frames, eye-glass frames,^ and metal 
parts of. 


Silvered lenses for autoiriobile lamps. 
Total optical instruments, etc. . 


Counties. 


United Kingdom . . . 

2,610 

3,147 

Hong Kong 

91 

134 

China 

28 

45 

France 

60 

967 

Italy 

68 

294 

Switzerland 

150 

1,237 

United States 

309,309 

187,347 

Total 

312,316 

193,171 


United Kingdom . 
Newfoundland. . . . 

France 

■Japan 

United States . . . . 


Total. 


United Kingdom . 

Japan 

United States . . . . 


Total. 


United Kingdom . 

France 

Japan 

Sweden 

Switzerland 

United States . . . . 


Total 

United States . 


United Kingdom . 

France 

Japan 

United States . . . . 


United Kingdom . 

France 

United States . . . . 


United States . 


General Tariff. 


Quantity. Value. Duty 


Gal. 


Sq. Yd. 
975 
110 

1,933,177 


1,934,262 


23,088,148 


703 

20 

1,049 

2 

999,966 


1,001,740 


414 

62 

748,191 


748,667 


1,750,407 


2,498 

417 

439 

4,368 

254 

788,028 


796,004 


12,391 


57 

314 

2 

72,943 


73,316 


141 

122,648 


122,789 


566 


1,005,066 


S cts. 


550 72 
23 45 
7 87 
169 22 
51 45 
216 47 
32,786 24 


33,805 42 


2,738,626 97 


210 90 
6 00 
314 70 
0 60 
299,989 80 


300,522 00 


144 90 
21 70 
261,866 85 


262,033 45 


.562,555 45 


624 50 
104 25 
109 75 
1,092 00 
63 50 
197,007 00 


199,001 00 


929 30 


17 10 
94 20 
0 60 
21,882 90 


21,994 80 


28 20 
24,529 60 


24,557 80 


84 90 


246,567 80 


TRADE REPORT— PART 1 


251 


SESSIONAL PAPER No. 11 

Imported for Hbme Consumption — Continued. 


Preferential Tariff. 

Treaty Rates. 

Total. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty. '\ 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty Coll’d 

Gal. 

5,597 

4,925 

•S cts. 
738 75 

Gal. 

8 

.? cts. 

Gal. 

8,207 
91 
28 
60 
68 
150 
309,. 309 

$ 

8,072 

134 

45 

967 

294 

1,237 

187,347 

.$ cts. 

1,289 47 
23 45 
7 87 
169 22 
51 45 
216 47 
32,786 24 








































5,597 

4,925 

738 75 




317,913 

198,096 

34,544 17 





147,334 

■17,053 54 





23,235,482 

755, 680 51 







109,291 

21,858 20 





109,994 

20 

1,049 

2 

999,966 

22,069 10 
6 00 
314 70 
0 60 
299,989 80 



































109,291 

21,858 20 





1,111,031 

322,380 20 






Sq. yd. 
985,599 

605,188 

151,297 00 

Sq. yd. 



Sq. yd. 
986,574 
110 

1,933,177 

605,602 

62 

748,191 

151,441 90 
21 70 
261,866 85 
















985,599 

605,188 

151,297 00 




2,919,861 

1,353,855 

413,330 45 





714,479 

173,155 20 

t 




2,464,886 

735,710 65 







32,851 

5,749 17 


2,737 

2,8.50 

2,043 

615 82 
641 25 
459 68 


,38,086 

3,267 

2,482 

4,368 

3,348 

788,028 

6,989 49 
745 50 
569 43 
1,092 00 
759 70 
197,007 00 


















3,094 

696 20 















32,851 

5,749 17 


10,724 

2,412 95 


839,579 

207,163 12 











12,391 

929 30 









893 

178 60 





950 

314 

2 

72,943 

195 70 
94 20 
0 60 
21,882 90 



























893 

178 60 





74,209 

22,173 40 







10 

1 50 





10 

141 

122,648 

1 50 
28 20 
24,529 60 





















10 

1 50 



( 


122,799 

24,559 30 













566 

84 90 









33,754 

5,929 27 





1,038,820 

252,497 07 







252 


CUSTOMS DEPARTMENT 


9 GEORGE V, A. 1919 
No. 22. — General Statement of Merchandise 


Articles. 


Dutiable Goods — Continued. 

Packages, viz: — 

Packages, usual coverings, containing goods 
subject to any ad valorem duty, not included in 
the invoice value of the goods they contained. 


Packages paying 17^ p.c., 22j p.c., 25 p.c 


Packages paying 20 p.c., 30 p.c., 32^ p.c, 


Countries. 

General Tariff. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty. 



S 

$ cts. 

United Kingdom . . . 


9,598 

3,713 

9 

1,919 60 
742 60 

Australia 


B.S. Africa 


1 80 

B. India 

* 

B.E. Indies, other. . 


40 

8 00 

B.W. Indies 


8 

1 60 

B. Straits Settle- 
mpnt.s 


120 

24 00 

Eevnt 


29 

5 80 

Hong Kong 


15,864 

2 

3,172 80 
0 40 

Malta 

. 

Newfoundland 


4 

0 80 

New Zealand. ...... 


1 

0 20 

Alaska 


2 

0 40 

Aust. -Hungary 


2 

0 40 

China 


3,035 

1,069 

4 

607 00 

Cuba 


213 80 

Denmark 


0 80 

Dutch E. Indies. . . . 


250 

50 00 

F ranee 


•26,596 

882 

5,319 20 
176 40 

Germany 


Holland 


8,644 

5,985 

84,815 

3 

1,728 80 
1,197 00 
16,963 00 
0 60 

Italy 


Ja.pa.a 


Norway 


Persia. 


8 

1 60 

Philippines 


3 

0 60 

Portugal 


65 

13 00 

Spain 


6,231 

330 

1,246 20 
66 00 

Swed6n 


Switzerland 


1,754 

480,383 

350 80 

United States 


96,076 60 





649,449 

129,889 80 



United Kingdom 


1,056 

71 

264 00 

B. Guiana .* 


17 75 

B. E. Indies, other, . 



B. W. Indies, other . 


88 

22 00 

Egypt 


5 

1 25 

Hong Kong 


465 

116 25 

Alaska 


1 

0 25 

Azores and Madeira 


6 

1 50 

Cuba 


134 

33 50 

Denmark 


'3 

0 75 

France 


803 

200 75 

Holland 


383 

95 75 

Italy 


• 795 

198 75 

Japan 


202 

50 50 

Miquelon and St. 
Pierre 


1 

0 25 

Portugal 


98 

24 50 

Spain 


272 

68 00 

United States 


107,412 

26,853 00 



Total 


111,795 

27,948 75 



United Kingdom.... 


1,596 

15 

518 70 

Australia 


4 88 

B. Guiana ^ 


B. W. Indies 


14 

4 55 

B. Straits Settle- 
ments 


Hong Kong 


9,326 

387 

3,030 95 
125 77 

China 



TRADE REPORT— PART I 


253 


SESSIONAL PAPEfi No. 11 " 

Imported for Home Consumption — Continued. 


\ 

Preferential Tariff. 

Treaty Rates. 

Total. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty. 

Qu antity. 

Value. 

Duty Coll’d 


$ ■ 

712,604 

S cts. 
106,890 60 



$ cts. 


S 

722,202 

3,713 

9 

182 

996 

791 

2,841 

29 

15,864 

2 

4 

4,130 

2 

2 

3,035 

1,069 

4 

250 

26,596 

882 

8,644 

5,985 

84,815 

3 

8 

3 

65 

6,231 

330 

1,754 

480,383 

$ cts. 

108,810 20 
742 60 
1 80 
27 30 
151 40 
119 05 

432 15 
5 80 
3,172 80 
0 40 
0 80 
619 55 
0 40 

0 40 
607 00 
213 80 

0 80 
50 00 
5,319 20 
176 40 
1,728 80 
1,197 00 
16,963 00 
0 60 

1 60 
0 60 

13 00 
, 1,246 20 
66 00 
350 80 
96,076 60 














182 

956 

783 

2,721 

27 30 
143 40 
117 45 

408 15 







































• 

1 







4,129 

619 35 



























































































. 






























• 























721,375 

108,206 25 





1,370,824 

238,096 05 







28,849 

1,507 

70 

5,967 

5,049 43 
263 72 
12 25 
1,044 22 


• 1,038 

233 55 


30,943 

1,578 

70 

6,055 

5 

465 

1 

6 
134 

3 

7,977 

883 

963 

346 

1 

201 

7,637 

107,412 

5,546 98 
281 47 
12 25 
1,066 22 
1 25 
116 25 

0 25 

1 50 
33 50 

0 75 
1,814 90 
208 25 
236 55 
82 90 

0 25 
47 67 
1,725 71 
26,853 00 


























































7,174 

500 

168 

144 

1,614 15 
112 50 
37 80 
32 40 


























103 

7,365 

23 17 
1,657 71 




















36,393 

6,369 62 


16,492 

3,711 28 


164,680 

38,029 65 





118,598 

23,719 60 





120,194 

15 

5,824 

6,983 

215 

9,326 

387 

24,238 30 
4 88 
1,164 80 
1,398 35 

43 00 
3,030 95 
125 77 







5,824 

6,969 

215 

1,164 80 
1,393 80 

43 00 




























254 


CUSTOMS DEPARTMENT 


9 GEORGE V, A. 1919 

No. 22, — -Geneeal Statement of Merchandise 


Articles. 


Countries. 


General Tariff. 


Quantity. 


Value. 


Duty. 


Dutiable Goods — Continued. 
Packages — Con. 

Packages paying 20 p.c., 30 p.c., .32| p.c. — Con. 


Total, packages. 


Paints and colours, viz: — 
Brocade and bronze powders. 


Gold liquid paint. 


Lead, white, dry. 


Lead, white, ground in oil. 


Lead, red, dry and orange mineral. 
(See Free Goods.) 


Ochres, ochrey earths, siennas and umbers. 


Zinc white 

{See Free Goods.) 


Denmark 

France 

Germany 

Greece 

Holland 

Italy 

Japan 

Miquelon and St. 

Pierre 

Norway 

Portugal 

Spain 

Sweden 

Switzerland 

United States 


S 

3 

30,360 

297 

5 

21,922 

609 

406 

2 

72 

103 

«36 

144 

11 

23,090 


S cts. 

0 98 
9,868 20 

96 52 

1 63 
7, 124 65 

197 92 
131 95 

0 65 
23 40 
33 47 
271 70- 
46 80 
3 58 
7,504 25 


Total. 


89, 198 


28,990 55 


850,442 


186,829 10 


United Kingdom. 

Japan’ 

United States 


79 

22,531 

38,104 


21 72 
6, 196 02 
10,479 07 


Total. 


60,714 


16,696 81 


United Kingdom! 
United States’ 


8,011 


2,002 75 


Total. 


8,011 


2,002 75 


Newfoundland. 
United States.. 


Lb. 

100 
324, 185 


15 

29,257 


4 50 
8,777 10 


Total. 


324, 285 


29, 272 


8,781 60 


United Kingdom. 
L'nited States 


60, 275 


5,627 


2,110 16 


Total 

United States. 


60,275 


5,627 


2,110 16 


702,510 


73,007 


3,650 35 


United Kingdom 

France 

Italy 

United States 


37,036 

564,970 

40,424 

3,424,546 


381 

7,802 

1,048 

51,753 


57 15 
1,170 30 
157 20 
7,762 95 


• Total. 

L'nited States. 


4,066,976 


60, 984 


9,147 60 


15, 375, 674 


11,234,534 


61,726 70 


Oxides, fire proof, rough stuffs, fillers and colours, 
dry, n.o.p 


United Kingdom 

France 

Holland 

Japan 

United States 


Total. 


4,895 

2,440 

549 

00 

75 

29 

6 

52 

7,834 

5,400 

1,215 

00 

135 

22 

4 

95 

4,729,808 

306,117 

« 

68,877 

21 

4,742,747 

314,008 

70,652 

&S 


TRADE REPORT— PART I 


255 


SESSIONAL PAPER No. 11 

Imported for Home Consumption — Continued. t 


Preferential Tariff. 

Treaty Rates. 

Total. 

/ 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty Coll’d 


% 

S cts. 


S 

S cts.' 


% 

3 

30,360 

297 

5 

21,922 

609 

406 

2 

72 

103 

836 

144 

11 

23,090 

$ cts. 

0 98 
9,868 20 

96 52 

1 63 
7,124 65 

197 92 
131 95 

0 65 
23 40 
33 47 
271 70 
46 80 
3 58 
7,504 25 






' 

























» 






































































131,606 

26,321 20 





220,804 

55,311 75 






889,374 

140,897 07 


16,492 

3,711 28 


1,756,308 

331,437 45 


> 






79 

22,531 

38,104 

21 72 
6,196 02 
10,479 07 





























60,714 

16,696 81 









701 

105 15 





701 

8,011 

105 15 
2,002 75 














701 

105 15 





8,712 

2,107 90 






Lb. 



Lb. 



Lb. 

100 

324,185 

15 

29,257 

4 50 
8,777 10 








* 










• 

324, 285 

29,272 

8,781 60 







2,216 

274 

82 20 




2,216 

60,275 

274 

5,627 

82 20 
2,110 16 







2,216 

274 

82 20 




62,491 

5,901 

2,192 36 







702,510 

73,007 

3,650 35 







13,842 

478 

47 80 




, .50,878 

564,970 
40,424 
3,424,546 

859 

7,802 

1,048 

51,753 

104 95 
1,170 30 
157 20 
7,762 95 



















13,842 

478 

47 80 




4,080,818 

61,462 

9J95 '40 







15,375,674 

1,234,534 

61,726 70 







240,534 

28,984 

4,347 60 




245,429 

75 

7,834 

135 

4,729,808 

31,424 

29 

5,400 

22 

306,117 

4,896 60 
6 52 
1,215 00 
4 95 
68,877 21 

























240,534 

28,984 

4,347 60 




4,983,281 

342,992 

75,000 28 


256 


CUSTOMS DEPARTMENT 


-■ 9 GEORGE V, A. 191g 

No. 22. — General Statement of Merchandise 


-\rticles. 


Dutiable Goods — Continued. 

Paints and Colours — Con. 

Liquid fillers, anti-corrosive and anti-fouling 
paints, and ground and liquid paints, n.o.p. 


United Kingdom. 

Newfoundland 

France 

Japan 

United States 

« 

Total 


Paris green, dry. 


Paints and colours ground in spirits, and all spirit 
varnishes and lacquers. 


Putty. 


Total, paints and colours.. 


Paintings in oil or watercolours and pastels, when 
valued at less than S20 each. 


Paper and manufactures of, viz: — 

Albumenized and other papers and films,, chem- 
ically prepared for photographers’ use. 


Bags or sacks, printed or not. 


Cards for plajdng. 


Card board not pasted or coated . 


Countries. 


United Kingdom. 
L'nited States 


Total. 


United Kingdom. 

France 

United States 


Total. 


United Kingdom. 
L'nited States 


Total. 


United Kingdom. 

Japan 

United States 


Total. 


United Kingdom. 

Hong Kong 

France 

United States 


Total. 


United Kingdom. 

China 

Japan . 

United States 


T otal . 


United Kingdom. 

Hong Kong 

Japan 

United States 


Total. 


United Kingdom. 
United States 


Total. 


General Tariff 


Quantity. Value 


Lb. 


8,470 

238 

6,585 

682 

2 , 741,313 


2 , 757, 288 


123,866 


123,866 


Gal. 

119 

2 

. 6,706 


6,827 


Lb. 

' 406 ,857 


406,857 


No. 

4 

10 

4,698 


4,712 


Pack. 
2,502 
276 
18,270 
202,915 


223,963 


1,528 

31 

1,477 

9Q1 

292,769 


296,096 


47,999 


47,999 


455 

70 

27,460 


27,985 


10,053 


10,053 


2 , 168,290 


70 

86 

2,278 


2,434 


74 

591 

162,742 


163,407 


764 

13 

35 

44,207 


45,019 


541 

17 

1,744 

40,853 


43,155 


161,400 

161,400 


Duty. 


$ cts. 


458 40 
9 30 
443 10 
87 30 
87,830 70 


88,828 80 


4,799 90 


4,799 90 


148 75 
2 50 
8,382 50 


8,533 75 


2,513 25 


2,513 25 


279,444 35 


17 50 
21 50 
569 50 


608 50 


22 20 
177 30 , 
48,822 60 


49,022 10 


210 10 
3 57 
9 63 
12,157 38 


12,380 68 


200 16 
22 08 
1,461 60 
16,233 20 


17,917 04 


40,350 00 
40,350 00 


TRADE REPORT— PART I 


257 


SESSIONAL PAPER No. 11 

Imported for Home Consumption — Continued. 


Preferential Tariff. 

Treaty Rates. 

Total. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty Coll’d 

Lb. 

322,339 

S 

62,381 

S cts. 
12,476 20 

Lb. 

S 

$ cts. 

Lb. 

330,809 

238 

6,585 

682 

2,741,313 

8 

63,909 

31 

1,477 

291 

292,769 

$ cts. 

12,9.34 60 
9 30 
443 10 
87 30 
87,830 70 




























322,339 

62,381 

12,476 20 




3,079,627 

358,477 

. 101,305 00 




5,152 

2,216 

no 80 




5,152 

123,866 

2,216 

47,999 

no 80 

4,799 90 










5,152 

2,216 

no 80 




129,018 

50,215 

4,910 70 




Gal. 



Gal. 



Gal. 

119 

2 

6,706 

455 

70 

27,460 

148 75 
2 50 
8,382 50 

























6,827 

27,985 

8,533 75 







Lb. 

6,037 

369 

64 57 

Lb. 



Lb. 

6,037 

406,857 

369 

10,053 

64 57 
2,513 25 










6,037 

369 

64 57 




412,894 

10,422 

2,577 82- 

' 




95,403 

17,234 32 





2,263,693 

296,678 67 






No. 

259 

1,146 

171 90 

No. 



No. 

263 

10 

4,698 

1,216 

86 

2,278 

189 40 
21 50 
569 50 
















259 

1,146 

171 90 




4,971 

3,580 

780 40 





13,686 

2,052 90 





13,686 

74 

591 

162,742 

2,052 90 
22 20 
177 30 
48,822 60 




























13,686 

2,0.52 90 





177, 093 

51,075 00 







60, 290 

9,043 50 





61, 054 
13 
35 

44,207 

9,253 60 
3 57 
9 63 
12, 157 38 




























60, 290 

9,043 .50 





105,309 

21,424 18 







Pack. 

195,068 

25,588 

N. 

9,753 40 

Pack. 



Pack. 

197,570 

276 

18,270 

202,915 

26,129 

17 

1,744 

40,853 

9,953 56 
22 08 
1,461 60 
16,233 20 






















195,068 

25, 588 

9,753 40 




419,031 

68,743 

27,670 44 





1,650 

247 50 





1,650 

161,400 

247 50 
40,350 00 














1,650 

247 50 





163,050 

40,597 50 







11— i— 17 


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9 GEORGE V, A. 1919 
No. 22. — General Statement of Merchandise 


Articles. 


Dutiable Goods — Continued. 


Countries. 


General Tariff. 


Quantity. Value 


M. 


Duty. 


S cts. 


Paper and manufactures of — Con. 
Envelopes 


Felt board 


Hangings of vail paper, including borders 


Leather board, leatheroid and manufactures of, 
n.o.p. 

>I ill board not coated or pasted 

L'nion collar cloth paper in rolls or sheets glossed 
or finished. 

Pads, not printed, papier mache ware, n.o.p 


Paper, manufactures of, n.o.p 


Paper matting when for use in Canadian manu- 
factures. 


L'nited Kingdom 

236 

407 

142 45 

Hong Kong 

2.55 

280 

98 00 

China 

39 

46 

16 10 

Frante 

6 

11 

3 85 

Japan 

43 

61 

21 .35 

Switzerland 

6 

32 

11 20 

L’nited States 

59,485 

94,025 

32,908 75 

Total 

60,070 

94,862 

33,201 70 

TTnitpH TCinpHom... 




United States 


5,110 

1,277 50 

Total 


5,110 

1,277 50 


Roll of 




8 yds. 



L'nited Kingdom.... 




Japan 

2,912 

3,093 

1,082 55 

United States 

1,923,001 

218,506 

76,477 10 

Total 

1,925,913 

221,599 

77,5.59 65 





United States 


45,198 

11,299 50 

Total 


45,198 

11,299 50 

L’nited States 


90,173 

22,543 25 

T nifpH TCing^Hom.. 


6 

1 20 

L’nited States 


14,488 

2,897 60 

Total 


14,494 

2,898 80 

TCinpHom.. 




Ja pa n . . .... 


32 

11 20 

United States 


7,182 

2,513 70 

Total 


7,214 

2,524 90 

T'nifpH TCing^Hom . . 


11,225 

3,928 75 



14,155 

4,954 25 

Aiist.-TTiin^’a rv 


73 

25 55 

China 


332 

116 20 

Franop. 


150,870 

52,804 50 

Italy 


1 

0 35 

Japan 


16,983 

5,944 05 

Mexico 


12 

4 20 

Miquelon and St. 




Piprrp 


22 

7 70 



148 

51 80 

United States 


2,469,018 

864,156 30 

Total 


2,662,8.39 

931,993 65 

L’nited States 


1,344 

330 00 


i 


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TRADE REPORT— PART I 


Imported for Home Consumpljon — Continued. 


259' 


Preferential Tariff. 

Treaty Rates. 

Total. 

Quantity . 

Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty Coll’d 

M. 

3,354 

S 

8,927 

$ cts. 
2,008 76 

M. 

S 

$ cts. 

M. 

3,590 

255 

39 

6 

43 

6 

59,485 

S 

9,334 

280 

46 

11 

61 

32 

94,025 

•S cts. 

2,151 21 
!8 00 
16 10 
3 85 
21 35 
11 20 
32,908 75 





































■ 3,354 

8,927 

2,008 76 




63,424 

' 103,789 

35,210 46 


20 

3 00 





20 

5,110 

3 00> 
1,277 oOi 














20 

3 00 





5,130 

1,280 5(1 






Roll of 
8 yds. 
67,449 

14,479 

3,257 84 

Roll of 
8 yds. 

• 


Roll of 
8 yds. 
67,449 
2,912 
1,923,001 

14,479 

3,093 

218,506 

3,257 84 
1,082 55- 
76,477 lO- 






• 







67,449 

14,479 

3,257 84 




1,993,362 

236,078 

80,817 49 


9 

1 35 





9 

45,198 

1 35 
11,299 50 














9 

1 35 





45,207 

11,300 85 













90, 173 

22,543 25 















6 

14,488 

1 20 
2,897 60 













4 









14,494 

2,898 80 









87 

19 59 





87 

32 

7,182 

19 59 
11 20 
2,513 70 





















87 

19 59 





7,301 

2,544 49 







193,244 

43,480 46 





204,469 

14,155 

73 

332 

150,870 

1 

16,983 

12 

22 

148 

2,469,018 

47,409 21 
4,954 25 
25 55 
116 20 
52,804 50 
0 35 
5,944 05 
4 20 

7 70 
51 80 
864,156 30 
















/ 





























































193,244 

43,480 46 





2,856,083 

975,474 11 













1,344 

336 00 









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9 GEORGE V, A. 1919 
No. 22. — General Statement of Merchandise 


Articles. 

Countries. 

General Tariff. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty. 

Dutiable Goods — Continued. 

Paper and manufactures of — Con. 

Patterns, boot and shoe, manufactures of paper. . . 

Printing paper, n.o.p 

United Kingdom.... 


-5 

S cts. 

United States 


9,373 

1,405 95 

Total 



9,373 

1,405 95 

United Kingdom 

Japan 


Lb. 

121 

25 

5,106,063 

34 

2 

435,506 

8 50 
0 50 
108,876 50 

Ruled and border and coated papers; boxed papers 
and papeteries. 

Straw linard Tint, pasted nr ena.ted 

United States 

Total 

5,106,209 

435,542 

108,885 50 

United Kingdom.... 


628 

88 

948 

1 

20 

176 

311,347 

219 80 
30 80 
331 80 
0 35 
7 00 
61 60 
108,971 45 

Australia 


Hong Kong 


China 


France 


Japan 


United States 


T otal 



313,208 

109,622 80 

United Kingdom.... 





V 

TarrpH nnH othftr papers, n.o.p 

United States 

9,606,917 

250,867 

62,716 75 

Total 

9,606,917 

250,867 

62,716 75 

United States 


310,665 

77,666 25 

‘ Window blinds of paper of all kinds 

United States 



11 

3 85 

Wrapping 

United Kingdom 





All kinds, n.o.p 

Hong Kong 

5,812 

2,627 

20,099 

4,254,075 

429 
268 
1,955 
209, 135 

107 25 
67 00 
488 75 
52,283 75 

Japan 

Sweden.* 

United States 

Total 

4,282,613 

211,787 

52,946 75 

United Kingdom 


43,964 
868 
32, 194 
11,728 
4,329 
8,431 
381 

1,590,440 

10,991 00 
217 00 
8,048 50 
2,932 00 
1,082 25 
2,107 75 
95 25 
397,610 00 

.\ 

Total, paper and manufactures of 

Hong Kong 


France 


■Japan 


Norway 


Sweden 


Switzerland 


United States 


Total 



1,692,335 

423,083 75 




6,779,602 

2,039,636 37 

t 

Pencils, lead 



United Kingdom.... 


740 

33 

15 

1,606 
389, 659 

203 50 
9 08 
4 13 
441 65 
107,157 73 

V 

Hong Kong 


France 


Japan 


United States 


Total 



^392,053 

107,816 09 




TRADE REPORT— PART I 


261 


\ 


SESSIONAL PAPER No. 11 

Imported for Home Consumption — Continued. 


Preferential Tariff. 

Treaty Rates. 

Total. 

Quantity . 

Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty Coll’d 


$ 

20 

$ cts. 
2 00 


$ 

$ cts. 


$ 

20 

9,373 

•S cts. 

2 00 
1,405 ,95 














20 

2 00 





9,393 

1,407 95 






Lb. 

136,780 

17,633 

2,644 95 

Lb. 



Lb. 

136,901 

25 

5,106,063 

17,667 

2 

435,506 

2,653 45 
0 50 
108,876 50 













136,780 

17,633 

2,644 95 




5,242,989 

453, 175 

111,530 45 


23,110 

5,199 91 




• 

23,738 

88 

948 

1 

20 

176 

311,347 

5,419 71 
30 80 
331 80 
0 35 
7 00 
61 60 
108,971 45 

















































23,110 

5,199 91 





336,318 

114,822 71 






91,837 

3,080 

462 00 




91,837 

9,606,917 

3,080 

250,867 

462 00 
62,716 75 







91,837 

3,080 

462 00 




9,698,754 

253,947 

63,178 75 








310,665 

77,666 25 















11 

3 85 








51,661 

7,081 

1,062 15 




51,661 

5,812 

2,627 

20,099 

4,254,075 

7,081 
429 
268 
1,955 
209, 135 

1,062 15 
107 25 
67 00 
488 75 
52,283 75 

























51,661 

7,081 

1,062 15 




4,334,274 

218,868 

54,008, 90 


135,333 

20,299 95 




' 

179,297 
868 
32, 194 
11,728 
4,329 
8,431 
381 

1,590,440 

31,290 95 
217 00 
8,048 50 
2,932 00 
1,082 25 
2,107 75 
95 25 
397,610 00 
























































135,333 

20,299 95 





1,827,668 

443,383 70 







504, 237 

99,539 26 




.. 1 

7,283,839 

2, 139, 175 63 







14,367 

2, 155 05 


83 

20 75 


15,190 

33 

57 

10,354 
389, 659 

2,379 30 
9 08 
14 63 
2,628 65 
107,157 73 





42 

8,748 

10 50 
2,187 00 




















14,367 

2, 155 05 


8,873 

2,218 25 


415,293 

112,189 39 


262 


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9 GEORGE V, A. 1919 

No. 22. — General Statement of Merchandise 


Articles. 


Countries. 


General Tariff. 


Quantity 


Value. 


Duty. 


Duti.\ble Goods — Continued. 
Pens, penholders and rulers of all kinds. . . 


United Kingdom. 

Hong Kong 

China 

France 

Japan 

United States 


852 

370 

6 

450 

715 

116,083 


-S cts. 

2.34 30 
101 75 
1 65 
123 75 
196 62 
31.923 57 


Total. 


118,476 


32,581 64 


Pei'fumery, non-alcoholic, viz: — 

Hair od, tooth and other powders and washes, po- 
matums, pastes and all other perfumed prepara- 
tions, n.o.p., used for the hair, mouth or skin. 


United Kingdom. 

Hong Kong 

China 

France 

Japan 

United States 


8,144 

624 

69 

97,712 

2,333 

358,990 


2,646 80 
202 80 
22 43 
31 , 7.56 40 
758 22 
116,673 40 


Total. 


467,872 


152,060 05 


Photographic dry plates. 


United Kingdom. 
United States 


Picture and photograph frames of any material. 


Pickles, viz: — 

Pickles in bottles, jars or similar vessels. 


Pickles in bulk . 


Olives, in brine, not bottled. 


Olives, in brine, imported by manufacturers, for 
the manufacture of pickles. 


31 

20, 105 


9 30 
6,031 50 


Total. 


20, 136 


6,040 80 


United Kingdom. 

Hong Kong 

France 

Japan 

United States 


6 

23 

54 

113 

149,976 


1 80 
6 90 

l6 20 

33 90 
44,992 80 


Total. 


150, 172 


45,051 60 


United Kingdom. 

Hong Kong 

China 

France 

•Japan 

Spain 

United States 


Gal. 

> 10 
679 
16 
399 
75 
26 

.. 16,577 


13 

714 

22 

379 

82 

13 

20,349 


4 55 , 
249 90 
7 70 
132 65 
28 70 
4 55 
7,122 15 


Total. 


17, 782 


21,572 


7,550 20 


Hong Kong. . . 

China 

Japan 

United States. 

Total 


3,009 

2 

795 

41,478 


1,365 

1 

285 
17, 753 


477 75 
0 35 
99 75 
6,213 55 


45,284 


19,404 


6,791 40 


United Kingdom. 

Hong Kong 

Spain 

United States 


1,231 

5,395 

12,435 


1,065 

2,752 

10,297 


319 50 
825 60 
3,089 10 


Total. 


19,061 


14,114 


4,234 20 


bpain 

United States. 

Total 


65,332 

79,585 

144,917 

227,044 


34,114 

45,519 

79,633 

134,723 


6,822 80 
9, 103 80 

15,926 60 

34,502 40 


Total, pickles 


TRADE REPORT— PART I 


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Imported for Home Consumption — Continued. 


Preferential Tariff. 

Treaty Rates. ■ 

Total. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty Coll’d 


$ 

58,742 

-$ cts. 
8,811 30 


-S 

234 

$ cts. 
58 50 


$ 

59,828 

370 

6 

460 

3,956 

116.083 

S cts. 

9,104 10 
101 75 
1 65 
126 25 
1,006 87 
31,923 57 















10 

3,241 

2 50 
810 25 




















58,742 

8,811 30 


3,485 

871 25 


180, 703 

42,264 19 





38, 142 

9,. 535 .50 





46,286 

624 

69 

97,712 
/ 2,333 
358,990 

12,182 30 
202 80 
22 43 
31,756 40 
758 22 
116,673 40 










































38,142 

9,535 50 





506,014 

161,595 55 







5,527 

1,105 40 





5,558 
20, 105 

1,114 70 
6,031 50 














5,527 

1,105 40 





25,663 

7,146 20 







9, 184 

1,836 80 





9,190 

23 

133 

1,428 

149,976 

1,838 60 
6 90 
■ 37 93 
395 52 
44,992 80 










79 

1,315 

21 73 
361 62 




















9,184 

1,836 80 


1,394 

383 35 


160, 750 

47,271 75 




Gal. 

1,452 

2,531 

632 75 

Gal. 



Gal. 

1,462 

712 

16 

700 

423 

26 

16,577 

2,544 

749 

22 

801 

309 

13 

20,349 

637 30 
261 28 
7 70 
269 82 
102 47 
4 55 
7,122 15 

33 

35 

11 38 







301 

348 

422 

227 

137 17 
73 77 

















' 



1,4.52 

2,531 

632 75 

' 682 

684 

222 32 

19,916 

24,787 

8,405 27 







3,009 

2 

4,439 

41,478 

1,365 

1 

1,723 

17,753 

477 75 
0 35 
567 09 
6,213 55 










3,644 

1,438 

467 34 













3,644 

1,438 

467 34 

48,928 

20,842 

7,258 74 




342 

197 

39 40 




342 

1,231 

5,395 

12,435 

197 

1,065 

2,752 

10,297 

39 40 
319 50 
825 60 
3,089 10 






















342 

197 

39 40 




19,403 

14,311 

4,273 60 










65,332 

79,585 

34,114 

45,519 

6,822 80 
9, 103 80 



















144,917 

79,633 

15,926 60 







1,794 

2,728 

672 15 

4,326 

2,122 

689 66 

233,164 

139,573 

35,864 21 


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9 GEORGE V, A. 1919 
No. 22. — ^General Statement of Merchandise 


Articles. 

Countries. 

General Tariff. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty. 

Dutiable Goods — Continued. 


No. 

S 

$ cts. 

Plants and trees, via: — 

Apple trees 

United Kingdom 

United States 

4 

1 

0 12 


70,200 

7,644 

2,106 00 




' Total 

70,204 

7,645 

2,106 12 



Cherry trees 

France 





Japan 

17 

1 

0 51 


United States 

13,148 

1,898 

394 44 




Total 

13, 165 

1,899 

394 95 



Currant bushes 

United Kingdom.... 
United States 

106 

10 

2 00 


49,594 

579 

115 80 




Total. . .' 

49,700 

589 

117 80 



Florist stock, viz.: palms, ferns, rubber plants 

(ficus), gladiolus, cannas, dahlias and paeonies. 

United Kingdom. . . 




Hong Kong 


24 

6 00 

France 




Holland 


1,858 

3 

464 50 

. 

Japan 


0 75 


United States 


29,723 

7,430 75 





Total 


31,608 

7,902 00 




Gooseberry bushes 

United Kingdom . . . 
United States 

68 

38,170 

A 

1 20 
183 40 


917 




Total 

38,238 

923 

184 60 



Grape vines 






United States 

16,836 

400 

80 00 

• 



Total 

16,836 

400 

80 00 



Peach trees and June buds 

United Kingdom. . . 
Japan 

2 

4 

0 06 

- 

5 

1 

0 15 


United States 

21,665 

1,623 

649 95 




Total 

. 21,672 

1,628 

650 16 



Pear trees 

United Kingdom . . . 
United States 

2 

4 

0 06 
410 31 


13,677 

1,476 




Total 

13,679 

1,480 

410 37 



Plum trees 

United Kingdom. . . 
United States 

8 

29,504 

4 

0 24 
885 12 


3,205 



* 

Total 

29,512 

3, 209 

885 36 



Raspberry bushes 

United Kingdom . . . 
France 

100 

c; 

1 00 




United States 

186,893 

2,613 

522 60 


Total 

186,993 

2,618 

523 60 


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SESSIONAL PAPER No. 11 

Imported for Home Consumption — Continued. 


Preferential Tariff . 

Treaty Rates. 

Total. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty Coll’d 

Xo. 

S 

S cts. 

No. 

$ 

S cts. 

No. 

$ 

$ cts. 

379 

132 

7 58 




383 

133 

7 70 




70,200 

7,644 

2, 106 00 







• 379 

132 

7 58 




70,583 

7,777 

2,113 70 







100 

12 

2 50 

100 

12 

2 50 




17 

1 

0 51 







13,148 

1,898 

394 44 

« 









100 

12 

2 50 

13,265 

1,911 

397 45 










106 

10 

2 00 







. 49,594 

579 

115 80 













49,700 

589 

117 80 








1,095 

164 25 


39 

8 78 


1,134 

24 

173 03 




6 00 





112 

25 20 


112 

25 20 





-144 

32 42 


2,002 

26 

496 92 





23 

5 18 


5 93 






29,723 

7,430 75 









1,095 

164 25 


318 

71 58 


i 33 021 

8,137 83 




1,660 

75 

9 37 




1,728 

38,170 

. 81 

10 57 




917 

183 40 







1,660 

75 

9 37 




39,898 

998 

193 97 





12 

50 

6 25 




12 

50 

6 25 




16,836 

400 

80 00 







12 

50 

6 25 




16,848 

4.50 

86 25 










2 

4 

0 06 







5 

1 

0 15 







21,665 

1,623 

649 95 













21,672 

1,628 

650 16 







101 

38 

2 02 




103 

42 

2 08 




13,677 

1,476 

410 31 







101 

38 

2 02 




13,780 

1,518 

412 39 











8 

4 

0 24 







29,504 

3,205 

885 12 













29,512 

3,209 

885 36 













100 

5 

1 00 




20 

1 

0 18 

20 

1 

0 18 




186,893 

2,613 

522 60 










20 

1 

0 18 

187,013 

2,619 

523 78 





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9 GEORGE V, A. 1919 

No. 22.— General Statement of Merchandise 


Articles. 


Dutiable Goods — Continued. 


Plants and trees — Con. 
Rose bushes 


Quince trees. 


Fruit plants, n.o.p. 


Trees, plants and shrubs known as nursery stock, 
n.o.p. 


Cut flowers. 


Total, plants and trees. 


Plaster of Paris, viz; — 

Plaster of Paris, or gypsum, ground not calcined 


Plaster of Paris, or gypsum, calcined and prepared 
wallplaster 


Countries. 


United Kingdom . . . 

France 

Holland 

United States 


Total. 


United States. 


United Kingdom. 
United States. . . . 


Total. 


United Kingdom. 

Hong Kong 

France 

Holland 

Japan 

United States. . . . 


Total 


France 

United States. 


Total. 


United Kingdom. 
United States. . . . 


Total. 


United Kingdom . 
Hong Kong — . . . 
United States. . . . 


Total, plaster of Paris. 


Plates engraved on wood, steel or other metal, and 
transfers taken from the same, engravers’ plates, 
of steel or other metal polished for engraving 
thereon. 


Pocket books, portfolios, purses, reticules, satchels, 
card cases, fly books and musical instrument cases 


United Kingdom . 

China 

United States. . . . 


Total. 


Total. 


United Kingdom . 

B.W. Indies 

Hong Kong 

China 

France 

Japan 

Switzerland 

United States. . . . 


Total. 


General Tariff. 


Quantity. Value. Duty 


No. 


3,060 


1,000 

128,818 


132,878 


116 


479,848 


479,848 


394 


61 

11 374 


11,829 


20 


4,308 


4,308 


150 

18 

1,327 

19 

449 

41,877 


43,840 


56 

100,284 


100,340 


Cwt. 


2,144 


2,144 


5 

57,179 


57,184 


59,328 


212,336 


2,142 


2,142 


26,720 


26,727 


28,869 


61,592 


61,646 


573 


33 

1 

3,970 

472 

30 

352,983 


358,062 


S cts. 


78 80 


12 20 
2,274 80 


2,365 80 


3 48 


861 60 


861 60 


30 00 
3 60 
265 40 
3 80 
89 80 
8,375 40 


8,768 00 


9 80 
17,550 72 


17,560 52 


42,814 36 


321 30 


321 30 


0 63 
7,147 49 


7,148 12 


7,469 42 


10 80 
12,318 40 


12,329 20 


200 55 


11 55 
0 35 
1,389 50 
165 20 
10 50 
123,544 05 


125,321 70 


TRADE REPORT— PART 1 


267 


SESSIONAL PAPER No. 11 

Imported for Home Consumption — Continued. 


Preferential Tariff. 

Treaty Rates. 

Total. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty Coll’d 

No. 

67,260 

■? 

7,278 

8 cts. 
909 79 

No. 

? 

S cts. 

No. 

70,320 

3,662 

1,000 

128,818 

S 

7,672 

221 

61 

11,374 

$ cts. 

988 59 
38 68 
12 20 
2,274 80 

3,662 

221 

38 68 
















67,260 

7,278 

909 79 

3,662 

221 

38 68 

203,800 

19,328 

3,314 27 







116 

20 

3 48 







100 

10 

1 25 




100 

479,848 

10 

4,308 

, 1 25 
861 60 










100 

10 

1 25 




479,948 

4,318 

862 85 





464 

58 03 


105 

18 38 


719 

18 

1,693 

19 

590 

41,877 

106 41 
3 60 
329 44 
3 80 
114 47 
8,375 40 








366 

64 04 











141 

24 67 















464 

58 03 


612 

107 09 


44,916 

8,933 12 











56 

100,284 

' 9 80. 
17,550 72 






















100,340 

17,560 52 









9,142 

1,1.58 54 


1,164 

220 03 


222,642 

44,192 93 




Cwt. 

662 

880 

88 00 

Cwt. 



Cwt. 

662 

2,144 

880 

2,142 

88 00 
321 30 










662 

880 

88 00 




2,806 

3,022 

409 30 




61 

62 

4 88 




61 

5 

57,179 

62 

7 

26,720 

4 88 
0 63 
7,147 49 
















61 

62 

4 88 




57,245 

26,789 

7,153 00 




723 

942 

92 88 




60,051 

29,811 

7,562 30 





4,583 

687 45 





4,583 

54 

61,592 

687 45 
10 80 
12,318 40 





















4,583 

687 45 





662 29 

13,016 65 


14,706 

27 

3,309 03 
6 08 


570 

171 00 


15,849 

27 

33 

1 

6,164 

6,264 

30 

352,983 

3,680 58 
6 08 
11 55 
0 35 
2,047 70 
1,902 80 
10 50 
123,544 05 




















2,194 

5,792 

658 20 
1,737 60 



























14,733 

3,315 11 


8,556 

2,566 80 


381,351 

131,203 61 





268 


CUSTOMS DEPARTMENT 


> 9 GEORGE V, A. 1919 

No. 22. — General Statement of Merchandise 


Articles. 


Dutiable Goods — Continued. 
Polish or composition, knife and other, n.o.p. 


United Kingdom. 
United States. . . . 


Pomades, French, or flower odours, etc., imported 
in tins of not less than ten pounds each . 


France 

United States. 

Total 


Post office parcels and packages. 


United Kingdom. 

France 

United States 


Precious stones and imitations thereof not mounted 
or set, and pearls and imitations thereof, pierced, 
split, strung or not, but not set or mounted. 


United Kingdom. 

Hong Kong 

France 

Italy 

Japan 

Switzerland 

United States 


Provisions, not otherwise specified, viz.: — 
Butter 


Cheese. 


Lard. 


Lard compound and similar substances, cottolene 
and animal stearine of all kinds, n.o.p 

Total, provisions, n.o.p 


Meats, viz; — 

Bacon and hams, shoulders and sides, cured. 


Countries. 


Total. 


Total. 


Total. 


-Australia 

N ewf oundland . 
New Zealand. . 
United States.. 


Total. 


United Kingdom. 

Newfoundland 

Argentina 

France 

Italy 

United States 


Total. 


Hong Kong.. . . 

Germany 

United States. 


Total . 


United States. 


Hong Kong.. . . 
Newfoundland. 

China 

United States.. 


Total. 


General Tariff. 


Quantity. Value. Duty 


Lb. 


100 

271 


371 


65,076 

80 


337,813 


402,969 


2,788 

2,900 

5,848 

331,630 


343,169 


170 

1,680 

1 ,^ 99,297 


1 , 401,147 


2 , 560,983 


4 , 708,268 


420 

234,748 


235,168 


113 

488 


601 


32,595 


1 , 066,379 


1 , 098,974 


12,380 

14 

51,038 
10, 609 
4,028 
1,168 
66,433 


145,670 


23,010 

24 


101,540 


124,574 


1 

1,073 

1,181 

2,249 

114,111 


118,615 


14 

257 

288,141 


288,412 


469,730 


1 , 001,331 


6,064 

5,530 

119 

3 , 373,820 


3 , 385,533 


1,622 

1,544 

25 

728,829 


732,020 


S cts. 

115 50 
64,556 76 


64,672 26 


16 95 
73 20 


90 15 


9,139 06 


297,209 78 


306,348 84 


1,238 00 
1 40 
5,103 80 
1,060 90 
402 80 
116 80 
6,643 30 


14,567 00 


2,603 04 
3 20 


13,512 52 


16,118 76 


0 09 
83 64 
87 00 
175 44 
9,948 90 


10,295 07 


3 40 
33 60 
27,985 94 


28,022 94 


51,219 66 


105,656 43 


121 28 

no 60 

2 38 
67,476 40 


67,710 66 


TRADE REPORT— PART I 


269 


SESSIONAL PAPER No. 11 

Imported for Home Consumption — Continued. 


Preferential Tariff. 

Treaty Rates. 

Total. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty Coll’d 


S 

65,030 

S cts. 
9,757 50 


S 

.? cts. 


$ 

65,470 

234,748 

$ cts. 

9,873 00 
64,556 76 





- 









65,050 

9,757 50 





300,218 

74,429 76 






Lb. 



Lb. 

250 

420 

52 50 

Lb. 

3.50 

271 

533 

488 

69 45 
73 20 










250 

420 

52 50 

621 

1,021 

142 65 


119,500 

28,170 31 





152,095 

545 

1,066 379 

37,309 37 
50 68 
297,209 78 



545 

50 68 















119,500 

28,170 31 


545 

50 68 


1,219,019 

334,569 83 


31,288 

2,346 65 





43,668 

14 

51,0.38 

10,609 

4,028 

1,168 

66,433 

3,584 65 
1 40 
5,103 80 
1,060 90 
402 80 
116 80 
6,643 30 



















• 






























31,288 

2,346 65 





176,958 

16,913 65 












65,076 

80 

31,080 

337,813 

23,010 

24 

11,695 

101,540 

2,603 04 
3 20 
932 40 
13,512 52 







31,080 

11,695 

932 40 










31,080 

11,695 

932 40 




434,049 

136,269 

17,051 16 

100 

20 

2 00 




100 

3 

2,788 

2,900 

5,848 

331,630 

20 

1 

1,073 

1,181 

2,249 

114,111 

'2 00 
0 09 
83 64 
87 00 
175 44 
9,948 90 































100 

20 

2 00 




343,269 

118,635 

10,297 07 





y 


170 

1,680 

1,399,297 

14 
257 
288, 141 

3 40 
33 60 
. 27,985 94 

























1,401,147 

288,412 

28,022 94 







2,560,983 

469,730 

51,219 66 







31,180 

11,715 

934 40 




4,739,448 

1,013,046 

106,590 83 

• 






6,064 

5,530 

119 

3,. 373, 820 

1,622 

1,544 

25 

728,829 

121 28 
110 60 
2 38 
67,476 40 































3,385,533 

732,020 

67,710 66 








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9 GEORGE V, A. 1919 
No. 22. — General Statement of Merchandise 


Articles. 


Duti.\ble Goods — Continued. 
Meats — Con. 

Beef, fresh, chilled or frozen 


Beef, salted, in barrels. 


Canned meats and canned poultry and game.. 


Countries. 


United States. 


Hong Kong 

Newfoundland. . . 
United States 

Total 


Extracts of meats and fluid beef, not medicated, 
and soups of all kinds. 


Mutton and lamb, fresh, chilled or frozen. 


Pork, barelled, in brine. 


Pork, fresh, chilled or frozen. 


Poultry and game, n.o.p. 


United Kingdom., 

Australia 

B. Straits Settle- 
ments 

Hong Kong 

New Zealand 

Argentina 

France 

Japan.. 

Switzerland 

United States 

Uruguay 


Total 


United Kingdom. 

Hong Kong 

Argentina 

China 

France 

Japan 

Switzerland 

United States 

Uruguay 


Total. 


Australia 

New Zealand. . 
United States. 

Total 


Hong Kong.. . . 
Newfoundland . 
United States.. 


Total. 


New Zealand. 
United States. 


Total. 


United Kingdom. 

Australia 

Hong Kong 

China 

.Japan 

United States 


Total. 


General Tariff. 


Quantity. Value 


Lb. 


12 , 688 , 74.5 


9,400 

2,675 

689,500 


701,575 


4 

2,422 


1 , 788,061 


832 

475 

93,542 


94,849 


Duty. 


$ cts. 


380,662 35 


188 00 
53 50 
13,790 00 


14,031 50 


77,678 

429 

4,259 

220 

393,745 

45,334 


524,091 


152,859 


1 , 742,606 


1 , 895,465 


12,992 
5,205 
10 , 662,045 


10 , 680,242 


4,220 
74 , 205,325 


74 , 209,545 


1 

615 


20,050 

258 

752 

55 

80,056 

20,746 


122,533 


53 

32,. 573 
1 
6 


1,627 

535,047 

29,361 


598,668 


0 28 
169 13 


5,513 75 
70 90 
206 80 
15 13 
22,016 00 
5,705 15 


33,697 14 


14 58 
8,957 58 
0 28 
1 65 


447 43 
147,138 53 
8,074 28 


16,338 


355,296 


371,634 


1,141 

1,114 

2 , 167,888 


2 , 170,143 


718 
17 , 710,709 


17 , 711,427 


2,575 

11,835 

99 

25 

20,577 

35,111 


164,634 33 


4,585 77 


52,278 18 


56,863 95 


259 84 
104 10 
213,240 90 


213,604 84 


126 60 
2,226,159 75 


2,226,286 35 


515 00 
2,. 367 00 
19 80 
5 00 
4,115 40 

7,022 20 


TRADE REPORT— PART I 


271 


SESSIONAL PAPER No. 11 

Imported for Home Consumption — Continued. 


Preferential Tariff. 

Treaty Rates. 

Total. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty Coll’d 

Lb. 

S 

$ cts. 

Lb. 

S 

N S cts. 

Lb. 

12,688,745 

S 

1,788,061 

S cts. 
380,662 35 













9,400 

2,675 

689,500 

832 

475 

93,542 

188 00 
53 50 
13,790 00 

























701,575 

94,849 

14,031 50 







3,272 

1,172 

205 09 




3,272 

77,020 

4 

2,572 
. 360 

77,678 
2,141 
17,696 
220 
393,745 
45,334 

1,172 

17,003 

1 

708 

117 

20,0.50 

1,441 

2,797 

55 

80,056 
20, 746 

205 09 
4,250 75 

0 28 
192 38 
20 48 
5,513 75 
.366 65 
718 05 
15 13 
22,016 00 
5,705 15 

77,020 

17,003 

4,250 75 



/ 




150 

93 

23 25 

360 

117 

20 48 







1,712 

13,4.37 

1,183 

2,045 

295 75 
511 25 





' 




















3,632 

1,289 

225 57 

92,319 

20,324 

5,081 00 

620,042 

144,146 

39,003 71 


72,247 

12,643 24 





72,247 

53 

.32,573 

1 

6 

454 

1,6.54 

535,047 

29,361 

12,643 24 
14 58 
8,957 58 
0 28 
1 65 
11.3 50 
454 18 
147,138 53 
8,074 28 































4.54 

27 

113 50 
6 75 


























72,247 

12,643 24 


481 

120 25 


671,396 

177,397 82 









152,859 

403,165 

1,742,606 

16,338 

46,406 

355,296 

4,585 77 
8,063 30 
52,278 18 

403,165 

46,406 

8,063 30 













403,165 

46,406 

8,063 30 




2,298,630 

418,040 

64,927 25 





~ 





12,992 

5,205 

10,662,045 

1,141 

1,114 

2,167,888 

259 84 
104 10 
213,240 90 





\ 




















10,680,242 

2,170,143 

213,604 84 













4,220 

74,205,325 

718 

17,710,709 

126 60 
2,226,159 75 



















7t, 209,545 

17,711,427 

2,226,286 35 








107 

13 38 





107 

2,575 

11,835 

99 

25 

20,577 

13 38 
515 00 
2,367 00 
19 80 
5 00 
4,115 40 










































107 

13 38 





35,218 

7,035 58 







272 


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9 GEORGE V, A. 1919 
No. 22. — General Statement of Merchandise 


\ • 

Articles. 

Countries. 

General Tariff. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty. 

Dutiable Goods — Continued. 

Meats — Con. 

Dried or smoked meats, and meats preserved in 
any other way than salted or pickled, n.o.p. . . 

Other meats, fresh, chilled or frozen 

■Hong Kong 

China 

Lb. 

96,855 

573 

425,056 

$ 

35,554 

127 

123,546 

S cts. 

1,937 10 
11 46 
8,501 12 

United States 

Total 

522,484 

159,227 

10,449 68 

New 'Zealand 




Of.Vipr mpntR n.o.p 

United States 

1,287 500 

237,940 

38,625 00 

T otal 

1,287,500 

237,940 

38,625 00 

TTontr TCnng 

7,472 

1,298,197 

1,691 

254,445 

149 44 
25,963 94 

Total mpnts.. 

United States 

Total 

1,305,669 

256, 136 

26,113 38 



24,277,749 

3,239,701 38 

Pulleys, belt, of all kinds for power transmission. . 

and badges • 



United Kingdom 




United States 


192,842 

53,032 34 

T otal 



19*2,842 

53,032 34 

T^m’ted T\iTigdoTn . . . . 



' 82 
93 
9,939 

28 70 
32 55 
3,478 65 

Ribbons, viz; — 

Ribbons of all kinds and materials 

France 

\ 

United States 


Total 



10,114 

3,539 90 



TTnifed TCingdom. . . 


2,164 

19 

2,820 

757 40 
6 65 
987 00 

Ribbons, undyed, for the manufacture of tjiie- 
writer ribbons 

Hong Kong 


FVance 


Italy 


Japan 


201 

70 35 

Switzerland 


United States 


646,424 

226,248 40 

« 

Total 



651,628 

228,069 80 

TTnifed Stnfe.9 



38,909 

5,836 35 

Total, ribbons 




690,537 

233,906 15 

Sails for boats and ships 





55 

2,565 

13 75 
641 25 

Salt, viz: — 

Salt, in bulk, n.o.p 

United States 


Total 



2,620 

655 00 




Cwt. 

906,734 

201,050 

45,336 70 

(<See Free Goods.) 

Salt, n.o.p., in bags, barrels, and other coverings. 
{See Free Goods.) 

Total, salt 

Hong Kong 

United States 

51 

273,962 

63 

140,697 

3 83 
20,547 40 

Total 

274,013 

140,760 

20,551 23 


1,180,747 

341,810 

65,887 93 




TRADE REPORT— PART I 


273 


SESSIONAL PAPER No. 11 


Imported for Home Consumption — Continued. 


Preferential Tariff. 

Treaty Rates. 

Total. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty Coll’d 

Lb. 

$ 

$ cts. 

Lb. 

% 

S cts. 

Lb. 

96,855 

425,056 

S 

35,554 

127 

123,546 

• S cts. 

1,937 10 
11 46 
8,501 12 

























522,484 

1.59,227 

10,449 68 







2,220 

117 

44 40 




2,220 

1,287,500 

117 

237,940 

44 40 
38,625 00 







2,220 

117 

44 40 

* 



1,289,720 

238,057 

38,669 40 







7,472 

1,298,197 

1,691 

254,445 

149 44 
25,963 94 



















1,305,669 

256,136 

26,113 38 








120,166 

20,989 89 


20,805 

5,201 25 


24,418,720 

3,265,892 52 


3,363 

504 45 





3,363 

192,842 

504 45 
53,032 34 














3,363 

504 45 





196,205 

53,536 79 







- 7,863 

1,769 44 





7,945 

93 

9,939 

1,798 14 
32 55 
3,478 65 





















7,863 

1,769 44 





17,977 

5,309 34 







15,139 

3,406 51 


518,939 

129,867 23 


536,242 

19 

65,243 

963 

310 

272,585 

646,424 

134,031 14 
6 65 
16,609 49 
312 98 
100 38 
68,149 33 
226,248 40 





62,423 

963 

109 

272,585 

15,622 49 
312 98 
30 03 
68,149 33 






























15,139 

3,406 51 


855,019 

213,982 06 


1,521,786 

445,458 37 








38,909 

5,836 35 









15,139 

3,406 51 


855,019 

213,982 06 

V 

1,560,695 

451,294 72 








55 

2,565 

13 75 
• Ml 25 






















2,620 

655 oa 








Cwt. 



Cwt. 



Cwt. 

906,734 

201,050 

45,336 70 













51 

273,962 

63 

140,697 

3 83 
20,547 40 



















274,013 

140,760 

20,551 23 













1.180.747 

341.810 

65,887 93 









11— i— 18 


274 


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9 GEORGE V, A. 1919 

No. 22. — General Statement of Merchandise 


Articles. 


Countries. 


General Tariff. 


Quantity. Value 


Duty. 


Dutiable Goods — Continued. 

Salt — Con. 

Bags, barrels and other coverings used in the im- 
portation of salt specified in preceding item 


United States. 


Sandpaper, glass, flint and emery paper or emery 
cloth. 


Sauces, viz; — 

Sauces and catsups, in bottles. 


Sauces and catsups, in bulk. 


Sauces, soy. 


Total, sauces. . . 
Sausage casings, n.o.p. 


Seeds, viz: — 

Clover and timothy. — . 


Flax. 


United Kingdom. 

Japan 

United States. . . . 


Total. 


United Kingdom. 

B. India 

Hong Kong 

China 

Japan 

Spain 

United States 


Total. 


Hong Kong 

China. .". 

Japan 

United States. 

Total 


Hong Kong 

China 

Japan 

United States. 

Total 


United Kingdom. 

-Australia 

New Zealand 

United States 


T otal . 


New Zealand. , 
United States. 

Total 


28,441 


S cts. 


7,110 25 


4 

3 

281,172 


1 00 
0 75 
70,293 00 


281,179 


70,294 75 


Gal. 


68 


111 


38 85 


' 7,907 
28 
103 
25 

95,734 


6,401 

29 

78 

34 

133,693 


2,240 35 

10 15 
27 30 

11 90 
46,792 55 


103,865 


140,346 


49,121 10. 


4,651 

53 

4,388 

49,089 


2,280 

60 

2,104 

15,725 


798 00 
21 00 
736 40 
5,503 75 


58,181 


20,169 


7,059 15 


24,932 

367 

46,565 

3,980 


11,155 

165 

23,632 

1,800 


3,904 25 
57 75 
8,271 20 
630 00 


75,844 


36, 752 


12,863 20 


237,890 


197,267 


69,043 45 


365 


63 88 


244,376 


42,766 10 


244,741 


42,829 98 


19 

1,192,871 


1 90 
119,287 10 


1,192,890 


119,289 00 


Japan 

United States. 

Total 


Bush. 

257 

4,381 

4,638 


456 

22,293 

22,749 


25 70 
438 10 

463 80 


TRADE REPORT— PART I 


275 


SESSIONAL PAPER No. 11 


Imported for Home Consumption — Continued. 


Preferential Tariff. 

Treaty Rates. 

Total. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty Coll’d 


$ 

$ cts. 


S 

$ cts. 


$ 

28,441 

S cts. 
7,110 25 









11,321 

1,698 15 





11,325 

3 

281,172 

1,699 15 
0 75 
70,293 00 





















11,321 

1,698 15 





292,500 

71,992 90 






Gal. 

68,196 

9 

112,099 

29 

28,024 75 
7 25 

Gal. 



Gal. 

68,264 

9 

7,907 

28 

332 

25 

95,734 

112,210 

29 

6,401 

29 

306 

34 

133,693 

28,063 60 
7 25 
2,240 35 

10 15 
101 40 

11 90 
46,792 55 










229 

228 

74 10 













68,205 

112,128 

28,032 00 

229 

228 

74 10 

172,299 

252,702 

77,227 20 

' 

V 





4,651 

53 

4,392 

49,089 

2,280 

60 

2,108 

15,725 

798 00 
21 OO 
737 70 
5,503 75 










4 

4 

1 30 










4 

4 

1 30 

58,185 

20,173 

7,060 45 







24,932 

367 

47,456 

3,980 

11,155 

165 

23,964 

1,800 

3,904 25 
57 75 
8,379 11 
630 00 

* 









891 

332 

107 91 





* 





891 

332 

107 91 

76,735 

37,084 

12,971 11 

68,205 

112,128 

28,032 00 

1,124 

564 

183 31 

307,219 

309 959 

97,258 76 


30,315 

4,547 25 





30,315 

365 

34,406 

244,376 

4,547 25 
63 88 
5,160 90 
42,766 10 







34,406 

5,160 90 


















64,721 

9,708 15 





309,462 

52,538 13 







190 

9 50 





209 

1,192,871 

11 40 
119,287 10 














190 

9 50 





1,193,080 

119,298 50 

Bush. 



Bush. 



Bush. 

257 

4,381 

456 

22,293 

25 70 
438 10 















1 




4,638 

22,749 

463 80 

















11 — i— 18 i 


276 


CUSTOMS DEPARTMENT 


9 GEORGE V, A. 1919 

No. 22. — General Statement of Merchandise 


Articles. 


Dutiable Goods — Continued. 

Seeds — Con. 

Garden, field and other seeds for agricultural or 
other purposes, n.o.p., sunflower, canary, hemp 
and millet seed, w’hen in packages weighing over 
one pound each. 


Garden, field and other seeds for agricultural or 
other purposes, n.o.p., sunflower, canary, hemp 
and millet seed, when in packages weighing one 
pound each or less. 


Garden and field seeds not specified as free, 
valued at not less than S5 per pound in packages 
of not less than one oz. each. 


Total, seeds. 


Ships, viz: — 

Ships and other vessels built in any foreign coun- 
try, if British registered since September 1, 
1902, on application for license to engage in the 
Canadian coasting trade; on the fair market 
value of the hull, rigging, machinery, boilers, 
furniture and appurtenances thereof, as provided 
in an Act respecting the coasting trade of Canada 

Vessels, dredges, scows, yachts, boats and other 
water-borne craft, built outside of Canada, of 
any material, destined for use or service in Cana- 
dian waters (not to include registered vessels 
entitled to engage in the coasting trade, nor 
vessels in transit between Canada and any place 
outside thereof), n.o.p., on the fair market value 
of the hull, rigging, machinery, boilers, furniture 
and appurtenances thereof, on arrival in Canada. 

Ships and vessels, repairs on 


Countries. 


General Tariff. 


Quantity. Value. Duty 


United Kingdom... 

Australia 

Hong Kong 

New Zealand 

China 

Denmark 

France 

Japan 

Spain 

United States 


Total. 


United Kingdom. 

Hong Kong 

France 

Japan 

United States 


Total. 


United Kingdom. 

Hong Kong 

France 

United -States 


Total. 


United States. 


No. 


10 


Total, ships, vessels, etc. 


Signs of any material other than paper, framed or 
not; letters or numerals of any material other than 
paper. ' j 


United States. 


United States. 


United Kingdom. 

Hong Kong 

France 

.Japan 

United States 


Total. 


3,327 

883 

7,339 

10 

16 

1,217 

6,291 

2,710 

4,873 

368,732 


395,398 


95 

9 

547 

161 

10,096 


10,908 


12 

16 

729 

6,957 


7,714 


1,629,659 


102,. 300 


354,980 


46,696 


503,976 


286 

13 

12 

1 

108,884 

109,196 


$ cts. 


332 70 
88 30 
733 90 
1 
1 

121 
629 
271 
487 30 
36,873 20 


00 

60 

70 

10 

00 


39,539 80 


23 75 
2 25 
136 75 
40 25 
2,524 00 


2,727 00 


1 20 
1 60 
72 90 
695 70 


771 40 


162,791 00 


25,575 00 


88,745 00 


11,674 00 


125,994 00 


85 80 
3 90 
3 60 
0 30 
32,665 20 

32,758 80 





\ 


' 


/ 


^ TRADE REPORT— PART I 277 


SESSIONAL PAPER No. 11 

Imported for Home Consumption — Continued. 


Preferential Tariff. 

Treaty Rates. 

Total. 

Quantity 

Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity 

Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty Coll’d 


S 

8,61€ 

$ cts 
430 8C 


■$ 

$ cts 


$ 

11,943 

883 

7,339 

1,108 

16 

1,217 

6,291 

2,710 

4,873 

368,732 

.? cts. 

763 50 
88 30 
733 90 
55 90 
1 60 
121 70 
629 1 0 
271 00 
487 30 
36,873 20 















1,098 

54 9C 










- 












































9,714 

' 485 70 





405,112 

40,025 50 







7,675 

1,151 25 





9 

547 

161 

10,096 

1,175 00- 
2 25 
136 75 
40 25 
2,524 00 





t 





























\ 

7,675 

1,151 25 





18,583 

3,878 25 







960 

48 00 





972 

16 

729 

6,9.57 

49 20 
1 60 
72 90 
695 70 




























960 

48 00 





8,674 

819 40 







18,539 

1,694 45 





1,648,198 

164,485 45 






No. 



No. 



No. 

10 

102,300 

25,575 00 







' 







354,980 

88,745 00 








• 

; 






46,696 

11,674 00 















'503,976 

125,994 00 





- 




3,918 

783 60 





4,204 

13 

12 

1 

108,884 

869 40 
3 90 
3 60 
0 30 
32,665 20 



































3,918 

783 60 





113,114 

33,542 40 







I-?’ 


278 


CUSTOMS DEPARTMENT 


9 GEORGE V, A. 1919 

No. 22. — General Statement of JMerchandise 


Articles. 


Dutiable Goods — Continued. 

Silk and manufactures of, viz: — 

Fabrics, n.o.p, 


United Kingdom.. 
B. Straits Settle- 
ments 

Hong Kong 

China 

France 

Italy 

Japan : . . . . 

Switzerland 

United States 


Silk fabrics of which silk is the component 
material of chief value, for the manufacture of 
neckties. 


United Kingdom. 

China 

France 

Italy 

Japan 

Switzerland 

United States 


Handkerchiefs. 


Blouses and shirt waists. 


Clothing. 


Silk, spun, nof; coloured, n.o.p., silk in the gum not 
more advanced than single; tram or thrown 
organzine, not coloured. 

Silk in the gum or spun, imported by the manu 
facturers of ribbons and shoe laces. 


Countries. 


Total. 


Total. 


General Tariff. 


Quantity. Value. Duty 


Total. 


United Kingdom. 

Hong Kong 

France 

Japan 

United States 


T otal . 


United Kingdom.. 
B. Straits Settle- 
ments 

Hong Kong 

France 

Italy 

Japan 

Switzerland 

United States 


Total. 


United States. 


United States. 


United Kingdom.... 
B. Straits Settle- 

mpTjf s 


416 

10 

3,894 

650 

Honw Kong 


China 





Japan 


5,126 

2,636 

L^nited States 



Lb. 
2,530 


S 

27,652 

33 

1,948 

318,013 

33,253 

4,385 

81,419 

5,374 

3,669,29' 


S cts. 

8,295 60 

9 90 
584 40 
95,403 90 
9,975 90 
1,315 50 
24,425 70 
1,612 20 
1,100,789 10 


4,141,374 


1,242,412 20 


43,599 

12 

7,148 

19,490 

1,098 

211,622 

361,273 


644,242 


12,732 


158 

44 

2,219 


103,755 


106,176 


1,454 


427 

2,305 

620 

2,125 


719,125 


726,056 


15,083 


1,055 


8,719 80 
2 40 
1,429 60 
3,898 00 
219 60 
42,324 40 
72,254 60 


128,848 40 


145 60 

3 50 
1,362 90 
' 227 50 


1,794 10 
922 60 


4,456 20 


59 25 
16 50 
832 13 


38,908 32 


39,816 20 


545 25 


160 13 
864 38 
232 50 
796 88 


269,673 11 


272,272 25 


2,262 45 


105 50 


TRADE REPORT— PART I 


279 


SESSIONAL PAPER No. 11 

Imported for Home Consumption — Continued. 


Preferential Tariff. 


Treaty Rates. 


Quantity . 

Value. 

Duty 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty Coll’d 


$ 

202,773 

$ cts. 
35,485 75 


S 

1,375,027 

57 

50 

$ cts. 

285,133 98 

11 40 
10 00 


$ 

1,605,452 

90 

1,998 

318,013 

954,127 

19,282 

3,099,876 

1,055,073 

3,669,297 

S cts. 

328,915 33 

21 30 
594 40 
95,403 90 
194,311 90 
5,412 15 
628,192 21 
211,553 52 
1,100,789 10 


* 



. - ' 













920,874 

14,897 

3,018,457 

1,049,699 

184,336 00 
4,096 65 
603,766 51 
209,941 32 






























202,773 

35,485 75 


6,379,061 

1,287,295 86 


10,723,208 

2,565,193 81 





38,953 

6,816 91 





82,552 

12 

7,148 

19,490 

1,098 

211,622 

361,273 

15,536 71 
2 40 
1,429 60 
3,898 00 
219 60 
42,324 40 
72,254 60 





































- 












38,953 

6,816 91 





683,195 

135,665 31 







35,396 

6 

8,849 00 
1 50 


1,802 

585 65 


37,614 

16 

3,999 

650 

53 

67,728 

2,636 

9,580 25 

5 00 
1,397 03 
227 50 
17 23 
22,139 84 
922 60 







105 

34 13 











53 

62,602 

17 23 
20,345 74 




















35,402 

8,850 50 


64,562 

20,982 75 


112,696 

34,289 45 





1,161 

348 30 


107 

34 78 


1,426 

44 

2,396 

98 

103,755 

442 33 
16 50 
889 66 
31 85 
38,908 32 








177 

98 

57 53 
31 85 




















1,161 

348 30 


382 

124 16 


107,719 

40,288 66 





84,120 

25,236 00 


6,234 

6 

2,036 47 
1 95 


91,808 

6 

427 

9,656 

620 

131,099 

10,941 

719,125 

27,817 72 

1 95 
160 13 
3,262 52 
232 50 
42,713 62 
3,555 87 
269,673 11 













7,351 

2,398 14 











128,974 

10,941 

41,916 74 
3,555 87 

















\ 



84,120 

25,236 00 


153,506 

49,909 17 


963,682 

347,417 42 




Lb. 

' 


Lb. 



Lb. 

2,530 

15,083 

2,262 45 














1,055 

105 50 









Total. 


280 


CUSTOMS DEPARTMENT 


9 GEORGE V, A. 1919 

No. 22.— General Statement of Merchandise 


Articles. 


Dutiable Goods — Continued. ^ 

Silk and manufactures of — Con. 

Sewing and embroidery silk, silk twist, and silk 
floss. 


Shawls . 


Shirts. 


Silk and all manufactures of, not otherwise pro- 
vided for, or of which silk is the component part 
of chief value, n.o.p. 


Socks and stockings. 


Undershirts and drawers. 


Velvets, and plush fabrics, n.o.p. 


Countries. 


United Kingdom. 

Hong Kong 

France 

Japan 

United States 


Total. 


United Kingdom. 

Hong Kong 

Japan 

United States 


Total. 


United Kingdom. 

Hong Kong 

Japan 

United States — 


Total. 


United Kingdom. 

Hong Kong 

China 

France 

Japan 

Switzerland 

United States 


Total. 


United Kingdom.. 
B . Straits Settle- 
ments 

Hong Kong 

France 

Japan 

United States 


Total. 


United Kingdom. 

Japan 

S-witzerland 

United States 


Total. 


United Kingdom. 

France 

Italy 

Japan 

United States 


Total. 


General Tariff. 


Quantity. Value. Duty 


Doz. 


■/ 


9 

8 

319 


329 


Doz. pr. 
40 

1 

1 

57 

275 

84,894 


85,268 


Yd. 

150 

1,110 


54,818 


56,078 


1,491 

14 

4 

36 

219,393 


220,938 


140 


629 


769 


71 

165 

9,336 


9,572 


880 

.336 

399 

659 

1,042 

237 

116,810 


120,363 


225 

6 

8 

768 

1,705 

380,390 


383,102 


31 

707 

1,923 


2,661 


117 

1,178 


129,209 


130,504 


6,514,627 


S cts. 


372 75 
3 50 
1 00 
9 00 
54,848 25 


55,234 50 


52 50 


235 87 


288 37 


26 63 
61 88 
3,501 01 


3,589 52 


330 00 
126 00 
149 63 
247 13 
390 75 
88 88 
43,804 27 


45,1.36 66 


78 75 

2 10 
2 80 
268 80 
596 75 
133,136 50 


134,085 70 


10 85 
247 45 
673 05 


931 35 


35 10 
353 40 


38,762 70 


39,151 20 


1,968,590 50 


Total, silk and manufactures of 


/ 


TRADE REPORT— PART 1 


281 


SESSIONAL PAPER No. 11 

Imported for Home Consumption — Continued. 


Preferential Tariff. 

Treaty Rates. 

Total. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty Coll’d 


$ 

85,650 

$ cts. 
14,988 95 


$ 

$ cts. 


•S 

87,141 

14 

4 

36 

219,393 

$ cts. 

15,361 70 
3 50 
1 00 
9 00 
54,848 25 



































85,650 

14,988 95 





306,588 

70,223 45 







1,129 

338 70 





1,129 

140 

87 

629 

338 70 
52 50 
28 28 
235 87 










87 

28 28 















1,129 

338 70 


87 

28 28 


1,985 

655 35 




Doz. 

24 

605 

181 50 

Doz. 



Doz. 

24 

2 

689 

319 

605 

71 

14,282 
9,. 336 

181 50 
26 63 
4,649 90 
3,501 01 







681 

14,117 

4,588 02 










24 

605 

181 50 

681 

14,117 

4,588 02 

1,034 

24,294 

8,359 04 


36,962 

11,088 60 


4,819 

100 

1,568 88 
32 50 


42,661 

436 

399 

9,125 

48,600 

554 

116,810 

12,985 48 
158 50 
149 63 
3,021 29 
15,848 86 
191 90 
43,804 27 













8,466 

47,558 

317 

2,774 16 
15,458 11 
103 02 

























36,962 

11,088 60 


61,260 

19,934 67 


218,585 

76,159 93 




Doz. pr. 

699 

8-, 123 

2,030 75 

Doz. pr. 



Doz. pr. 
739 

1 

1 

57 

275 

84,894 

8,348 

6 

8 

768 

1,705 

380,390 

2,109 50 

2 10 
2 80 
268 80 
596 75 
133,136 50 


































699 

8,123 

2,030 75 




85,967 

391,225 

136,116 45 





185 

41 63 





185 

31 

707 

1,923 

41 63 
10 85 
247 45 
673 05 








' 




















185 

41 63 





2,846 

972 98 






Yd. 

66,642 

152,974 

26,770 63 

Yd. 

6,942 

2,041 

9 

36 

10,447 

2,251 

11 

47 

2,463 40 
519 36 
3 02 
10 97 

Yd. 

73,734 

3,151 

9 

36 

54,818 

163,538 

3,429 

11 

47 

129,209 

29,269 13 
872 76 
3 02 
10 97 
38,762 70 
















66,642 

152,974 

26,770 63 

9,028 

12,756 

2,996 75 

131,748 

296,234 

68,918 58 


648,037 

132,178 22 


6,685,731 

1,385,859 66 


13,848,395 

3,486,628 38 





282 


CUSTOMS DEPARTMENT 


9 GEORGE V, A. 1919 
No. 22. — General- Statement of Merchandise 


Articles. 

Countries. 

General Tariff. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty. 

Dutiable Goods — Continued. * 

Slate and manufactures of, viz.: — 

Roofing slate 

United States 

Squares of 
100 sq. ft. 

3,716 

19,903 

$ cts. 
2,787 00 

School -wTiting slates 

United Kingdom 




Slafp ppnnils 

France 


32 

134 

37,909 

8 00 
33 50 
9,477 25 

Japan 


United States 


T otal 


$ 

38,075 

9,518 75 

TTnifpH TCinprlom. . 



3 

12 

8,943 

0 75 
3 00 
2,235 75 

\ 

Slate and manufactures of, n.o.p 

France ^ 


United States 


Total 



8,958 

2,239 50 

TTnitpfl TCing^flom . . . 



1 

256 

1 

35,619 

76 80 
0 30 
10,685 70 

Total, slate and manufactures of 

Japan 


United States 


Total 



35,876 

10,762 80 




102,812 

25,308 '05 

Soap, viz: — 

Common or laundry 



United Kingdom 

Lb. 



Castile 

United States 

5,836,800 

432,788 

58f368 00 

T otal 

5,836,800 

432,788 

58,368 00 

United Kingdom 




Common soft and liquid 

France 

2,319 

77,512 

452 

16,054 

46 38 
1,550 24 

United States 

Total 

79,831 

16,506 

1,596 62 

United Kingdom.... 
TTnited States. . . . 

11,200 

127,823 

428 

10,113 

139 10 
3,286 83 

Harness 

Total 

139,023 

10,541 

3,425 93 

United Kingdom 




Toilet 

United States 

2,963 

454 

147 56 

Total 

2,963 

454 

147 56 

United Kingdom 

Hong Kong 


3,235 

15 

3,798 

36 

303 

433,026 

1,051 .38 
4 88 
1,233 85 
11 70 
98 48 
140,734 65 


France 


Holland.. 


Japan 


United States 


Total 



440,413 

143,134 94 




TRADE REPORT— PART I 


283 


SESSIONAL PAPER No. 11 


Imported for Home Consumption — Continued. 


Preferential Tariff. 

Treaty Rates. 

Total. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty Coll’d 

Squares of 
100 sq. ft. 

S 

S cts. 

Squares of 
100 sq. ft. 

S 

$ cts. 

Squares of 
100 sq. ft. 

3,716 

$ 

19,903 

$ cts. 
2,787 00 








35 

5 25 





35 
32 
134 
• 37,909 

5 25 
8 00 
33 50 
9,477 25 















/ 













35 

5 25 





38,110 

9,524 00 













3 

12 

8,943 

0 75 
3 00 
2,235 75 





























8,958 

2,239 50 









26 

5 20 





282 

1 

35,619 

82 00 
0 30 
10,685 70 





















26 

5 20 





35,902 

10,768 00 


■ 





61 

10 45 





102,873 

25,318 .50 






Lb. 

31,017 

2,656 

201 59 

Lb. 



Lb. 

31,017 

5,836,800 

2,656 

432,788 

201 59 
58,368 00 










31,017 

2,656 

201 59 




5,867,817 

435,444 

58,569 59 




100 

10 

1 00 


' 


100 

23,084 

77,512 

10 

2,358 

16,054 

1 00 
254 03 
1,.550 24 

20,765 

1,906 

207 65 










100 

10 

1 00 

20, 765 

1,906 

207 65 

100,696 

18,422 

1,805 27 

12,667 

1,127 

253 59 




23,867 

127,823 

1,555 

10,113 

392 69 
3,286 83 










12,667 

1,127 

253 59 




151,690 

11,668 

3,679 52 




400 

174 

39 15 




400 

2,963 

174 

454 

39 15 
147 56 










400 

174 

39 15 

« 



3,363 

628 

186 71 





46,622 

10,490 11 





49,857 

15 

3,798 

36 

303 

433,026 

11,541 49 
4 88 
1,233 85 
11 70 
98 48 
140,734 65 










































46,622 

10,490 11 





487,035 

153,625 05 







m 


284 


CUSTOMS DEPARTMENT 


9 GEORGE V, A. 1919 
No. 22. — General Statement of Merchandise 


Articles. 


Duti.vble Goods — Continued. 


Soap — Con. 

Soap, n.o.p., including pumice, silver and mineral 
soaps, sapolio and like articles 


Pearline and other soap powders 


Total, soap, etc 

Spices, viz; — 

Ginger and spices, n.o.p., unground 


Ginger and spices, n.o.p., ground 


Ginger, preserved 


Nutmegs and mace, whole or unground 


Countries. 

General Tariff. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty. 



s 

-S cts. 

United Kingdom.... 




Australia 


187 

60 78 

Japan 


73 

23 73 

Mexico 


3 

0 98 

United States 


126,468 

41,102 61 

Total 


126,731 

41,158 10 


Lb. 



United Kingdom 

410 

25 

8 13 

Hong Kong 

37 

2 

0 65 

China 

10 

1 

0 33 

Japan 

1,271 

79 

25 68 

United States 

1,159,915 

60,570 

19,685 49 

Total 

1,161,643 

60,677 

19,720 28 



1,088,110 

267,581 43 



United Kingdom — 

9,483 

1,972 

246 50 

B. W. Africa 




B. India 




B. W. Indies 

19,663 

2,073 

259 13 

B . Straits Settle- 




ments 

92,749 

15,012 

1,876 50 

Hong Kong 

122,180 

8,830 

1,103 75 

China 

17,745 

669 

83 63 

Dutch E. Indies. . . . 

293,610 

49,408 

6,176 00 

France 

291 

&3 

7 88 

Italy 

12,787 

1,097 

137 13 

Japan 

288,927 

17,765 

2,220 63 

Mexico 

30 

3 

0 38 

United States 

1,034,334 

153,538 

19,192 45 

Total 

1,891,799 

250,430 

31,303 98 

United Kingdom — 

560 

84 

25 20 

B. Straits Settle- 




ments 

4 

1 

0 22 

Hong Kong 

946 

170 

45 38 

China 

283 

7 

9 19 

Japan 

80 

14 

3 80 

Spain 

2,755 

403 

122 95 

United States 

88,073 

15,893 

4,231 49 

Total 

92,701 

16,572 

4,438 23 

United Kingdom 




B. IV. Indies 

862 

70 

24 50 

Hong Kong 

97,486 

10,825 

3,788 75 

China 

97,196 

9,530 

3,335 50 

Japan 

16,645 

599 

209 65 

United States 

16,713 

2,483 

869 05 

Total 

228,902 

23,507 

8,227 45 

United Kingdom.... 




B. India 

6,420 

749 

149 80 

B. W. Indies 

2,899 

564 

112 80 

B. Straits Settle- 




ments 

5,134 

945 

189 00 

United States 

51,007 

9,544 

1,908 80 

Total 

65,460 

11,802 

2,360 40 


TRADE REPORT— PART I 


285 


\ 


SESSIONAL PAPER No. 11 

Imported for Home Consumption — Continued. 


Preferential Tariff. 

Treaty Rates. 

Total. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty Coll’d 


S 

14,945 

8 cts. 
3,362 64 


S 

$ cts. 


$ 

14,945 

187 

73 

3 

126,468 

S cts. 

3,362 64 
60 78 
23 73 
0 98 
41,102 61 
















* 



















14,945 

3,362 64 





141,676 

44,550 74 






Lb. 

584 

23 

5 18 

Lb. 



Lb. 

994 
37 
10 
1,271 
1,159 915 

48 

2 

1 

79 

60,570 

1.3 31 
0 65 
0 .3.3 
25 68 
19,685 49 




























584 

23 

5 18 




1,162,227 

60,700 

19,725 46 





65,557 

14,353 26 


1,906 

207, 65 


1,155,573 

282,142 34 




140,648 

970 

100,865 

414,653 

790,065 

24,069 

1,298 

17,117 

37,505 

115,829 

2,406 90 
129 80 
1,711 70 
3,750 50 

11,582 90 




150,131 

970 

100,865 

434,316 

882,814 

122,180 

17,745 

293,610 

291 

12,787 

288,927 

30 

1,034,334 

26,041 

1,298 

17,117 

39,578 

1.30,841 

8,8.30 

669 

49,408 

63 

1,097 

17,765 

3 

153,538 

2,653 40 
129 80 
1,711 70 
4,009 63 

13,459 40 
1,103 75 
8,3 63 
6,176 00 
7 88 
1.37 13 
2,220 6.3 
0 38 
19,192 45 
































































1,447,201 

195,818 

19,581 80 




3,339,000 

446,248 

50,885 78 

. 



3,743 

1,639 

235 21 




4,303 

4 

946 

283 

80 

2,755 

88,073 

1,723 

1 

170 

7 

14 

403 

15,893 

260 41 

0 22 
45 .38 
9 19 
3 SO 
122 95 
4,231 49 








































3,743 

1,639 

235 21 




96,444 

18,211 

4,673 44 




90 

58 

14 50 




90 

862 

97,486 

97,196 

16,645 

16,713 

58 

70 

10,825 

9,530 

599 

2,483 

14 50 
24 50 
3,788 75 
3,. 335 50 
209 65 
869 05 


































90 

58 

14 50 




228,992 

23,565 

8,241 95 




9,989 

1,486 

185 75 




9,989 

6,420 

191,514 

5,134 

51,007 

1,486 

749 

27,965 

945 

9,544 

185 75 
149 80 
3,538 12 

4 

189 00 
1,908 80 




188,615 

27,401 

3,425 32 



















198,604 

28,887 

3,611 07 




264,064 

40,689 

5,971 47 





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9 GEORGE V, A. 1919 

No. 22. — General Statement of Merchandise 


Articles. 


Dutiable Goods — Continued. 


Spices — Con. 

Nutmegs and mace, ground. 


United States. 


Total, spices. 


Spirits and wines, viz: — 

Amyl alcohol or fusil oil, or any substance known 
as potato spirit or potato oil. 

Ethyl alcohol or the substance known as alcohol, 
hydrated oxide of ethyl, or spirits of wine. 


Methyl alcohol, wood alcohol, wood naphtha, 
pyroxylic spirits, or any substance known as 
wood spirits, or methylated spirits. 

Methyl alcohol when imported by the Depart- 
ment of Inland Revenue, or by a person licensed 
by the Minister of Inland Revenue, to be used 
in denaturing alcohol for use in the Arts and 
industries, and for fuel, light and power. 


United States. 


Miquelon and St. 

Pierre 

United States 


Absinthe 

Arrack or palm spirits. . . 


Brandy, including artificial brandy and imitations 
of brandy, n.o.p. 


Cordials and liqueurs of all kinds, n.o.p., mescal 
pulque, rum shrub, schiedam and other 
schnapps, tafia, angostura and similar alcoholic 
bitters or beverages. 


Countries. 


General Tariff. 


Total. 


United States. 


United States. 


France. 


United States. 


United Kingdom.. 

Cuba 

Denmark 

France 

Greece 

Italy 

Miquelon and St. 

Pierre 

Portugal 

Spain 

Sweden 

United States 


Total. 


United Kingdom. 

B. W. Indies 

Hong Kong 

Cuba 

Denmark 

France 

Germany 

Greece 

Holland 

Italy 

Norway 

Russia 

Spain 

Sweden 

Switzerland 

United States 


Total. 


Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty. 

Lb. 

$ 

$ cts. 

1,627 

609 

182 70 

2,280,489 

302,920 

46,512 76 

Gal. 



96 

398 

288 0 

0 

14 

15 00 

1,646 

2,597 

4,938 00 

1,651 

2,611 

4,953 00 

34 

66 

102 00 

6,550 

8,252 

1,310 00 

862 

1,984 

2,586 00 

4 

25 

12 00 

6,478 

22,483 

19,434 00 

3 

20 

9 00 

12 

43 

36 00 

155,911 

567,670 

467,733 00 

34 

115 

102 00 

8 

20 

24 00 

1 

4 

3 00 

300 

531 

900 00 

4,688 

10,245 

14,064 00 

19 

23 

57 00 

10,254 

20,015 

30,762 00 

177,708 

621,169 

533,124 00 

5,853 

19,126 

17,559 00 

14 

141 

42 00 

16,081 

23,231 

48,243 00 

8 

49 

24 00 

13 

26 

39 00 

5,342 

22,972 

16,026 00 

6 

16 

18 00 

43 

119 

129 00 

2,346 

4,783 

7,038 00 

1,699 

5,118 

5,097 00 

293 

702 

879 00 

11 

16 

33 00 

27 

192 

81 00 

334 

632 

1,002 00 

40 

92 

120 00 

4,203 

16,971 

12,609 00 

36,313 

94,186 

108,939 00 


TRADE REPORT— PART I 


287 


SESSIONAL PAPER No. 11 

Imported for Home Consumption — Continued. 


Preferential Tariff. 

Treaty Jlates. 

Total. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty Coll’d 

Lb. 

$ 

S cts. 

Lb. 

$ 

$ cts. 

Lb. 

S 

S cts. 







1,627 

609 

182 70 







1,649,638 

226,402 

23,442 58 




3,930,127 

529,322 

69,955 34 




Gal. 



Gal. 



GaL 

96 

398 

288 00 













5 

14 

*15 00 







1,646 

2,597 

4,938 00 














1,651 

2,611 

4,953 00 













34 

66 

102 00 













6,550 

8,252 

1,310 00 













862 

1,984 

2,586 00 








1 





4 

25 

12 00 














6,478 

o 

22,483 

20 

19,434 00 
9 00 













12 

43 

36 00 







155,911 

34 

567,670 

115 

467,733 00 
102 00 







1 






8 

20 

24 00 







1 

4 

3 00 







300 

531 

900 00 







4,688 

19 

10,245 

23 

14,064 00 
57 00 













10,254 

20,015 

30,762 00 













177,708 

621,169 

533,124 00 













5,853 

14 

19,126 

141 

17,559 00 
42 00 













16,081 

8 

23,231 

49 

48,243 00 
24 00 













13 

26 

39 00 







5,342 

6 

22,972 

16 

16,026 00 

18 00 













43 

119 

129 00 







2,346 

1,699 

293 

4,783 

5,118 

702 

7,0.38 00 







5,097 00 
879 00 













11 

16 

33 00 







27 

192 

81 00 







334 

632 

1,002 00 
120 00 







40 

92 







4,203 

16,971 

12,609 00 





, 








36,313 

94,186 

108,939 00 








288 


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9 GEORGE V, A. 19’9 
No. 22. — General Statement of Merchandise 


Articles. 

Countries. 

General Tariff. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty. 

Dutiable Goods — Continiied. 


Gal. 

S 

•S cts. 

Spirits and wines — Con. 

Gin of all kinds, n.o.p 

United Kingdom — 

58,241 

145,723 

174,723 00 

Holland 

131,115 

161,834 

393,345 00 


United States 

438 

751 

1,314 00 


Total 

189,794 

308,308 

569,382 00 


United Kingdom.... 

54,8.57 

57,476 

164,571 00 

B. Guiana 

26,298 

18,360 

78,894 00 


B. W. Indies 

68,146 

53,888 

204,438 00 

m 

Cuba 

4 

18 

12 00 


France 

1,109 

2,573 

3,327 00 


French W. Indies 

Miquelon and St. 

187 

187 

561 00 


Pierre 

75 

365 

225 00 


United States 

9,652 

9,441 

28,956 00 


Total 

160,328 

142,308 

480, 984 00 

Whiskey 

United Kingdom — 

598,927 

2,137,653 

1,796,781 00 

Bermuda 

5 

30 

15 00 


France 

Miquelon and St. 

92 

308 

276 00 


Pierre 

7 

70 

21 00 


United States 

10,992 

38,219 

32,976 00 


Total 

610,023 

2,176,280 

1,830,069 00 

All spirituous or alcoholic liquors, n.o.p 

United Kingdom — 

8 

19 

24 00 

Hong Kong 

4,218 

7,903 

12,654 00 


China 

3,549 

5,908 

10,647 00 


France 

58 

352 

174 00 

• 

United States 

1,494 

1,605 

4,482 00 


Total 

9,327 

15,787 

27,981- 00 

Spirits and strong waters of any kind, mixed with 

U nited Kingdom .... 

635 

10,308 

4,997 40 

any ingredient or ingredients, and being known 

Hong Kong 

2,457 

5,103 

8,901 90 

or designated as anodynes, elixirs, essences. 

China 

31 

62 

111 60 

extracts, lotions, tinctures or medicines, or 

France 

187 

4,527 

1,919 10 

ethereal and spirituous fruit essences, n.o.p. 

Holland 

23 

4 365 

178 50 

Italy 

198 

517 

749 10 


Japan 

3 

6 

10 80 


United States 

2,703 

40,231 

20,178 30 


Total 

' 6,237 

61,119 

37,046 70 

Medicinal, or medicated wines containing not 

United Kingdom.... 

1,334 

4,771 

2,862 60 

more than 40 per cent of proof spirit. 

Hong Kong 

1 

6 

3 60 

France 

5,618 

11,871 

7,122 60 


Geritiany 

36 

108 

64 80 


Portugal 

9 

9 

5 40 


Spain 

2 

3 

1 80 

• 

United States 

6,708 

6,563 

3,937 80 


Total 

13,701 

23,331 

13,998 60 

Alcoholic perfumes and perfumed spirits, bay 

United Kingdom — 

446 

6,867 

4,120 20 

rum, Colonge and lavender waters, hair, tooth 

Hong Kong 

58 

633 

379 80 

and skin washes, and other toilet preparations 

China 

1 

10 

6 00 

containing not more than 4 ounces each. 

France 

627 

13,722 

8,233 20 

Holland 

13 

152 

91 20 


Japan 

480 

2,394 

1,436 40 


Ft nited States 

5,422 

28,548 

17,128 80 


Total 

7,047 

52,326 

31,395 60 


TRADE REPORT— PART I 


289 


SESSIONAL PAPER No. 11 

Imported for Home Consumption — Continued. 


Preferential Tariff. 

Treaty Rates. 

Total. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty Coll’d 

Gal. 

S 

S cts. 

Gal. 

$ 

$ cts. 

Gal. 

58,241 

131,115 

438 

$ 

145,723 

161,834 

751 

$ cts. 

174,723 00 
393,345 00 
1,314 00 

























189,794 

308,308 

569,382 00 













54,857 

26,298 

68,146 

4 

1,109 

187 

75 

9,652 

57,476 

18,360 

53,888 

18 

2,573 

187 

365 

9,441 

164,571 00 
78,894 00 
204,438 00 
12 00 
3,327 00 
561 00 

225 00 
28,956 00 
































> 























160,328 

142,308 

480,984 00 













598,927 

5 

92 

7 

10,992 

2,137,653 

30 

308 

70 

38,219 

1,796,781 00 
15 00 
276 00 

21 00 
32,976 00 





































610,023 

2,176,280 

1,830,069 00 










• 



8 

4,218 

3,549 

58 

1,494 

19 

7,903 

5,908 

352 

1,605 

24 00 
12,654 00 
10,647 00 
174 00 
4,482 00 





































9,. 327 

15,787 

27,981 00 













635 

2,457 

31 

187 

23 

198 

3 

2,703 

10,308 

5,103 

62 

4,527 

365 

517 

6 

40,231 

4,997 40 
8,901 90 
111 60 
1,919 10 
178 50 
749 10 
10 80 
20,178 30 















J 








































6,237 

61,119 

37,046 70 













1,334 

1 

5,618 

36 

2 

2 

6,708 

4,771 

6 

11,871 

108 

9 

3 

6,563 

2,862 60 
3 60 
7,122 60 
64 80 
5 40 
1 80 
3,937 80 

















































13,701 

23,331 

13,998 60 













446 

58 

1 

627 

13 

480 

5,422 

. 6,867 

633 
10 

13,722 

152 

2,394 

28,548 

4,120 20 
379 80 
6 00 
8,233 20 
91 20 
1,436 40 
17,128 80 

















































7,047 

52,326 

31,395 60 








11— i— 19 


290 


CUSTOMS DEPARTMENT 


9 GEORGE V, A. 19.9 

No. 2-2. — General Statement of Merchandise 


Articles. 


Dutiable Goods — Continued. 

Spirits and Wines — Con. 

Alcoholic perfumes and perfumed spirits, bay 
rum, Colonge and lavender waters, hair, tooth 
and skin washes, and other toilet preparations 
containing more than 4 ounces each. 


Vermouth containing not more than 40 per cent of 
proof spirits. 


spirits of ammonia. 


of proof spirits. . . . 
Total, spirits. 


VIZ 


Containing 20 p.c. or less proof spirits. 


Containing over 20 p.c. and not over 23 p.c. 


Containing 26 p.c. or less of proof spirits. 


Countries. 

General Tariff. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty. 

United Kingdom.... 

B. W. Indies -r. . 

Hong Kong ' . 

France 

Holland 

rinitpiH 

Gal. 

218 

44 

16 

2,672 

13 

843. 

S 

5,332 

77 

80 

54,963 

72 

18,926 

$ cts. 

2,786 80 
162 80 
80 00 
30,001 20 
67 80 
10,099 40 

Total 

United Kingdom — 

France 

Italy 

Spain 

United States 

Total 

3,806 

79,450 

43,198 00 

160 

10,189 

8,021 

106 

5,876 

337 

16,662 

10,848 

95 

5,777 

202 20 
9,997 20 
6,508 80 
57 00 
3,466 20 

24,. 352 

33,719 

20,231 40 

United Kingdom..., 
T^nitpd LState.s 

241 

323 

1,711 

2,522 

1,236 30 
1,725 60 

Total 

F^nited Kingdom — 

564 

4,233 

2,961 90 

1,184 

1,544 

926 40 

1,249,581 

3,627,096 

3,709,488'60 





























TTnitpd Kingdom.-.. 















Total 







United Kingdom — 




1,361 

1,064 

659 45 

Hong Kong 

247 

170 

148 

1,466 

1,159 

2 

866 

4,365 

99,230 

93 

218 

404 

2,177 

846 

4 

986 

4,229 

44,029 

89 65 
107 90 
158 20 
1,019 60 
543 55 

1 70 
512 30 
2,3.59 95 
38,016 20 

France 


Italy 

•Tapan. 

Miquelon and St. 
Piprrp 

Portugal 

Spain 

United States 

T otal 

109,014 

54,050 

43,468 50 



TRADE REPORT— PART 1 


291 


SESSIONAL PAPER No. 11 


Imported for Home Consumption — Continued. 


Preferential Tariff. 

Treaty Rates. 

Total. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty Coll’d 

Gal. 

S 

$ cts. 

Gal. 

$ 

•S cts. 

Gal. 

218 

44 

16 

2,672 

13 

843 

S 

5,3.32 

77 

80 

54,96.3 

72 

18,926 

•? cts. 

2,786 80 
162 80 
80 00 
30,001 20 
67 80 
10,099 40 











































3,806 

79,450 

4.3,198 00 













160 

10,189 

8,021 

106 

5,876 

337 

16,662 

10,848 

95 

5,777 

202 20 
9,997 20 
6,508 80 
57 00 
3,466 20 





































24,352 

33,719 

20,231 40 













241 

323 

1,711 

2,522 

1,236 30 
1,725 60 



















564 

4,233 

2,961 90 







1,184 

1,544 

926 40 













1,249,581 

3,627,096 

3,709,488 60 










797 

23,437 

10 

1,828 

30 

1,731 

37,700 

7 

1,125 

129 

119 .55 
3,515 55 
1 50 
274 20 
4 50 

797 

23,437 

10 

1,828 

30 

1,731 

37,700 

7 

1,125 

129 

119 55 
3,515 55 
1 50 
274 20 
4 50 



















26, 102 

40,692 

3,915 30 

26,102 

40,692 

3,915 30 







12 

4,644 

15,942 

28 

7,967 

12,031 

2 40 
928 SO 
3,188 40 

12 

4,644 

15,942 

28 

7,967 

12,031 

2 40 
928 80 
3,188 40 













20,598 

20,026 

4,119 60 

20,598 

20,026 

4,119 60 







2,472 

70 

3,508 

118 

618 00 
17 50 

3,833 

70 

247 

8,406 

148 

8,612 

1,159 

7 

948 

31,594 

99,2.30 

4,572 

118 

93 

7,2.31 

404 

7,475 

846 

20 

1,046 

23,5.51 

44,029 

1,277 45 
17 50 
89 65 

2.166 90 
158 20 

2,806 10 
543 55 

2 95 
532 80 

9.167 20 
38,016 20 










8,236 

7,013 

2,059 00 


< 





7,146 

5,298 

1,786 50 







5 

82 

27,229 

Ifi 

r,r 

19,322 

1 25 
20 50 
6,807 25 



















45,240 

35,3.35 

11,310 00 

154,254 

89,385 

54,778 50 





11— i— 19^ 


292 


CUSTOMS DEPARTMENT 


9 GEORGE V, A. 19^9 

No. 22. — General Statement of Merchandise 


Articles. 


Dutiable Goods — Continued. 

Spirits and wines — Con. 

Containing over 26 p. c. and not over 27 p. c 


Containing over 27 p. c. and not over 28 p. c. . . . 


Containing over 28 p. c. and not over 29 p. c 


Containing over 29 p. c, and not over 30 p. c. . . . 


Containing over 30 p. c. and not over 31 p. c. . . . 


Countries. 

General Tariff. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty. 


Gal. 

S 

$ cts. 

United Kingdom 




France 




Germany 

48 

39 

25 14 

Italv 




Japan 

472 

366 

241 96 

Portugal 

987 

969 

567 06 

Spain 

1,551 

2,244 

1,107 48 

United States 

15,145 

9,830 

7,189 60 

Total 

18,203 

13,448 

9,131 24 

United Kingdom 




Australia 




B. W. Indies 

10 

15 

7 60 

Hong Kong 

243 

124 

112 53 

France 




Italy 




Japan 

8,660 

8,088 

5,111 00 

Portugal 

1,.580 

2,264 

1,169 00 

Spain 

2,733 

3,281 

1,831 53 

United States 

8,090 

5,629 

4,196 60 

T otal 

21,316 

19,401 

12,428 26 

United Kingdom 

471 

1,380 

574 14 

Hong Kong 

899 

633 

495 56 

France 

53 

77 

41 12 

Italy 

291 

510 

251 94 

Japan 

17,867 

17,083 

11,199 68 

Portugal 

2,384 

3,578 

1,883 96 

Spain 

16,437 

21,968 

12,178 98 

United States 

3,429 

2,638 

1,957 26 

T otal 

41,831 

47,867 

28,582 64 

United Kingdom.... 

294 

620 

294 78 

Hong Kong 

634 

345 

338 08 

Azores and Madeira. 

65 

147 

68 15 

France 

5,826 

4,623 

3,542 52 

Italy 




Japan 

21,373 

21,395 

14,326 51 

Portugal 

5,852 

7,901 

4,535 .54 

Spain 

5,889 

7,785 

4,514 43 

United States 

4,476 

3,365 

2,665 62 

Total 

44,409 

46,181 

30,285 63 

United Kingdom 

250 

391 

217 .30 

Hong Kong 

8,425 

5,161 

4,918 30 

France 

10 

27 

12 10 

Italy 

29 

39 

23 30 

Japan 

4,784 

5,244 

3,486 80 

Miquelon and St. 




Pierre 

3 

7 

3 30 

Portugal 

8,368 

13,513 

7,401 10 

.Spain 

1,267 

2,494 

1,255 00 

United States 

1.3,556 

9,594 

8,300 60 

Total 

36,692 

36,470 

25,617 80 


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Imported for Home Consumption — Continued. 


r referential Tariff. 

Treaty Rates. 

Total. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity. 

Value . 

Duty. 

Quantity . 

Value. 

Duty Coll’d 

Gal. 

S 

$ cts. 

Gal. 

391 

207 

$ 

252 

336 

S cts. 

109 48 
57 96 

Gal. 

391 

207 

48 

2,119 

472 

1,016 

10,993 

15,145 

S 

252 

336 

39 

1,599 

366 

1,007 

9,510 

9,830 

$ cts. 

109 48 
57 96 
25 14 
593 32 
241 96 
575 18 
3,751 24 
7,189 60 










2,119 

1,599 

593 32 







29 

9,442 

38 

7,266 

8 12 
2,643 76 
















12,188 

9,491 

3,412 64 

30,391 

22,939 

12,543 88 







37 

10 

' 50 
28 

11 47 
3 10 

37 
10 
10 
' 243 
140 
65 

8,660 

1,824 

7,442 

8,090 

50 

28 

15 

124 

156 

90 

8,088 

2,576 

8,385 

5,629 

11 47 
3 10 
7 60 
112 53 
43 40 
20 15 
5,111 00 
1,244 64 
3,291 32 
4, 196 60 
















140 

65 

156 

90 

43 40 
20 15 










244 

4,709 

312 

5,104 

75 64 
1,459 79 
















5,205 

5,740 

1,613 55 

26,521 

25,141 

14,041 81 




* 

, 


159 

370 

54 06 

630 

899 

128 

291 

17,867 

2,482 

19,983 

3,429 

1,750 

633 

192 

510 

17,083 

3,776 

25,296 

2,638 

628 20 
495 56 
66 62 
251 94 
11,199 68 
1,917 28 
13,384 62 
1,957 26 







75 

115 

25 50 













98 

3,546 

198 

3,328 

33 32 
1,205 64 
















3,878 

4,011 

1,318 52 

45,709 

51,878 

29,901 16 







663 

704 

245 31 

957 

634 

65 

6,201 

514 

21,373 

6,116 

12,107 

4,476 

1 , 324 
345 
147 
4,929 
514 
21,395 
8,347 
14,793 
3,365 

540 09 
338 08 
68 15 
3,681 27 
190 18 
14,326 51 
4,633 22 
6,815 09 
2,665 62 













375 

514 

306 

514 

138 75 
190 18 










264 

6,218 

446 

7,008 

97 68 
2,300 66 
















8,034 

8,978 

2,972 58 

52,443 

55, 159 

33,258 21 







8,578 

12,537 

3,431 20 

8,828 

8,425 

158 

233 

4,784 

3 

8,869 

5,052 

13,556 

12,928 

5,161 

299 

299 

5,244 

7 

14,291 

6,867 

9,594 

3,648 50 
4,918 30 
71 30 
104 90 
3,486 80 

3 30 
7,601 50 
2,769 00 
8,300 60 







148 

204 

272 

260 

59 20 
81 60 
















501 

3,785 

778 

4,373 

200 40 
1,514 00 
















13,216 

18,220 

5,286 40 

49,908 

54, 690 

.30,904 20 





294 


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9 GEORGE V, A. 1919 

No. 22. — General Statement of Merchandise 


Articles. 

» 

Countries. 

General Tariff. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty. 

Dutiable Goods — Continued. 


Gal. 

S 

S cts. 

Spirits and -n-ines — Con. 





Containing over 31 p. c. and not over 32 p. c. . . . 

United Kingdom 

377 

738 

383 51 


Hong Kong 

6,924 

4,768 

4,407 72 


Azores and Madeira 

46 

107 

51 88 


France 





Japan 

57 

59 

42 21 


Portugal 

5,026 

7,720 

4,477 18 


Spain 

1,203 

1,923 

1,094 19 


United States 

16,871 

11,139 

10,596 23 


Total 

30,504 

26,454 

21,052 92 

Containing over 32 p. c. and not over'33 p. c. . . . 

United Kingdom 

25 

55 

28 00 


Hong Kong 

5,524 

3,802 

3,681 64 


France 





Japan 

75 

107 

66 60 


Portugal 

3,655 

6,. 241 

3,553 60 

« 

Spain 

706 

1,477 

767 86 


United States 

7,717 

4,997 

5,048 92 


Total 

17,702 

16,679 

13,146 62 

Containing over 33 p. c. and not over 34 p. c. . . . 

United Kingdom 

316 

925 

432 34 


Hong Kong 

3,769 

2,649 

2,641 51 


Portugal 

5,427 

11,479 

6,102 93 


Spain 

473 

1,664 

730 97 


F'nited States 

14,607 

9,663 

10,056 33 


Total 

24,592 

26,380 

19,964 08 

Containing over 34 p. c. and not over 35 p. c. . . 

United Kingdom.... 

291 

538 

312 72 


Hong Kong 

221 

152 

160 52 


F ranee 





Portugal... 

4,226 

6,647 

4,191 62 


Spain 

42 

98 

51 24 


United States 

1,.330 

1,126 

1,029 40 


Total 

6,110 

8,561 

5,745 .50 

Containing over 35 p. c. and not over 36 p. c. . . 

United Kingdom.... 

.54 

101 

60 00 


Hong Kong 

60 

48 

47 40 


France 





Portugal 

3,806 

7,130 

4,232 30 


Spain 

20 

40 

23 00 


United States 

67 

98 

66 25 


Total 

4,007 

7,417 

4,428 95 

Containing over 36 p. c. and not over 37 p. e. . . 

TCinpHom. . 

8 

24 

11 84 

Miquelon and St. 










Portugal 

219 

733 

.346 92 







United States 

41 

73 

45 68 


T otal 

268 

830 

404 44 

Containing over 37 p. c. and not over 38 p. c. . . . 

United Kingdom.... 

16 

62 

28 36 


Hong Kong 

79“’ 

831 

732 42 


Newfoundland 

6 

26 

11 46 


Portugal 

106 

340 

166 66 







United States 

14 

45 

22 04 


T otal 

934 

1,.304 

960 94 


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Imported for Home Consumption — Continued. 


Preferential Tariff. 


Quantity . 


Value. 


Duty. 


Treaty Rates. 


Quantity. 


Value. 


Duty. 


Total. 


Quantity. 


Value. Duty Coll’d 


Gal. 


S cts. 


Gal. 

1,334 
99 


2,363 


S cts. 
_ 573 62 


160 


42 57 


231 

3,444 


405 

4,849 


99 33 
1,480 92 


Gal. 


1,711 

6,924 

46 

99 

57 

5,257 

4,647 

16,871 


3,101 

4,768 

107 

160 

59 

8,125 

6,772 

11,139 


$ cts. 


957 13 
4,407 72 
51 88 
42 57 
42 21 
4,576 51 
2,575 11 
10,596 23 


5,108 


7,777 


2,196 44 


35,612 


34,231 


1,.502 

"82 


2,859 

175 


690 92 
37 72 


34 
1, 757 


101 

2,913 


15 M 
808 22 


3,375 


6,048 


1,552 50 


21,077 


22,727 


1,119 


2,200 


548 31 


361 

608 


841 

1,362 


176 89 
297 92 


1,4.35 

3,769 

5,788 

1,081 

14,607 


3,125 

2,649 

12,320 

3,026 

9,663 


2,088 


4,403 


1,023 12 


26, 680 


30, 783 


281 


548 


146 12 


20 

20 

392 


84 

64 

1,041 


10 40 
10 40 
203 84 


572 

221 

20 

4,246 

434 

1,330 


1,086 

152 

84 

6,711 

1,139 

1,126 


713 


1,737 


370 76 


6,823 


10,298 


23,249 36 


1,.527 

2,914 

718 92 

5,524 

3,802 

3,681 64 

82 

175 

37 72 

75 

107 

66 60 

3,689 

6,342 

3,569 24 

2,463 

4,390 

1,576 08 

7,717 

4,997 

5,048 92 


14,699 12 


980 65 
2,641 51 
6,279 82 
1,028 89 
10,056 33 


20,987 20 


<v 

458 84 
160 52 
10 40 
4,202 02 
255 08 
1,029 40 


6,116 26 


10 


1 10 


40 

60 

220 


82 

179 

375 


22 00 
33 00 
121 00 


56 

60 

40 

3,866 

240 

67 


111 

48 

82 

7,309 

415 

98 


322 


646 


177 10 


4,329 


8,063 


61 10 
47 40 
22 00 
4,265 30 
144 00 
66 25 


4,606 05 


2 

30 


15 

1.33 


1 16 
1740 


32 


29 


29 


148 


20 


20 


18 56 


17 69 


17 69 


8 

2 

219 

30 

41 

300 

16 

792 

6 

106 

29 

14 

963 


24 

15 

733 

133 

73 

978 

62 

831 

26 

340 

20 

45 

1,324 


11 84 

1 16 
346 92 
17 40 
45 68 

423 00 

28 36 
732 42 
11 46 
166 66 
17 69 
22 04 

978 63 




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9 GEORGE V, A. 1919 

No, 22. — General Statement of Merchandise 


Articles. 


Dutiable Goods — Continued. 

Spirits and wines — Con. 

Containing over 38 p.c. and not over 39 p.c. 


United Kingdom — 

Hong Kong 

Portugal 


Containing over 39 p.c and not over 40 p.c. 


Hong Kong 

Miquelon and St. 
Pierre 


Containing more than 40 p.c. of proof spirits, 
n.o.p. 


Total, wines, non-sparkling. 


Champagne and all other sparkling wines, viz; 
In bottles containing each not more than a 
quart but more than a pint, old wine mea- 
sure. 


In bottles containing not more than a pint, 
each, but more than half a pint, old wine 
measure. 


In bottles containing one-half pint each or less 


In bottles containing over one ciuart each. 


Total, wines, sparkling. 
Sponges of marine production. . . 


Countries. 


Total. 


Total. . . 
Hong Kong. 


Total. 


United Kingdom.. 

F ranee 

Germany 

Italy 

Miquelon and St. 

Pierre 

United States 


General Tariff. 


Quantity. Value. 


Gal. 


2 

398 

6 


406 


80 


80 


7,635 


363,703 


Doz. 


United Kingdom 

30 

584 

Australia 

3 

45 

France 

0 

56 

Italy 

Miquelon and St. 

8 


Pierre 

1 

15 

United States 

53 

634 


100 


Total. 


United Kingdom. 

France 

Germany 

United States 


Total. 


United Kingdom. 
France 


Total. 


United Kingdom. 

B. W. Indies 

F ranee 

Greece 

Japan 

United States 


18 

19 

30 


54 


121 


64 


68 


Gal. 


8 

330 

31 


369 


50 


50 


16,521 


321,982 


1,388 


126 

135 

123 


670 


1,054 


187 

13 


200 


2,642 


3,368 

444 

8 

13 

2 

49,548 

53,383 


Duty. 


$ cts. 


3 68 
353 72 
13 14 


370 54 


68 60 


68 60 


22,905 00 


238,561 66 


274 20 
23 40 
33 30 
42 60 

7 80 
365 10 


746 40 


67 50 
71 85 
86 40 


290 10 


515 85 


108 58 
7 18 


115 76 


1,378 01 


589 40 
77 70 

1 40 

2 28 
0 35 

8,671 44 

9,342 57 


T otal 


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Imported for Home Consumption — Continued. 


Preferential Tariff. 

Treaty Rates. 


Total. 


Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity . 

Value. 

Duty Coll’d 

Gal. 

•s' 

S cts. 

Gal. 

S 

$ cts. 

Gal. 

S 

S cts. 







o 

8 

.3 68 
353 72 
1.3 14 







398 

330 







6 

31 














406 

369 

370 54 













80 

50 

68 60 
4 02 




6 

30 

4 02 

6 

30 








6 

30 

4 02 

86 

80 

72 62 











7,635 

16,521 

22,90.5 00 










146,1.34 

163,. 302 

39,308 78 

509,837 

485,284 

277,870 44 




Doz. 



Doz. 

192 

3,328 

633 60 

Doz. 

999 

3,912 

45 

907 80 




3 

23 40 




2,477 

27 

37,913 

177 

8,174 10 
89 10 

2,482 

.35 

37,969 

231 

15 

8,207 40 
1.31 70 

7 80 








1 







53 

634 

365 10 










2,696 

41,418 

8,896 80 

2,796 

42,806 

9,64.3 20 







238 

1,201 

41,916 

.392 70 

238 

1,201 

42,042 

1.35 

392 70 




5,643 

9,310 95 

• 5,661 

9,378 45 
71 85 




19 




36 

116 

59 40 

66 

2.39 

145 80 




1 

12 

1 65 

1 

12 

1 65 




54 

670 

290 10 










5,918 

4.3,245 

9,764 70 

6,0.39 

44,299 

10,280 55 







4 

19 

3 28 

4 

19 

3 28 




586 

906 

480 52 

.586 

906 

480 52 




64 

187 

108 58 







4 

13 

7 18 

, 










590 

925 

48.3 80 

658 

1,125 

599 56 




Gal. 



Gal. 

28 

172 

42 00 

Gal. 

28 

172 

42 00 




29 

221 

43 50 

29 

221 

4.3 50 







57 

393 

85 50 

57 

393 

85 50 








85,981 

19,230 80 


88,623 

20,608 81 







6,070 

1.5,590 

758 75 





9,4.38 

16,034 

8 

1,.348 15 
2,026 64 
1 40 


1,948 94 

















13 

2 28 








9 

0 35 








49,548 

8,671 44 









21,660 

2,707 69 





75,043 

12,050 26 







298 


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' 9 GEORGE V, A. 1919 

No. 22. — General Statement of Merchandise 


Articles. 


Countries. 


General Tariff. 


Quantity. Value. Duty 


Duti.\ble Goods — Continued. 
Starch, including farina, corn starch, etc., etc. 


United Kingdom... 

Hong Kong 

China 

Japan 

United States 


Total. 


Stockinettes for the manufacture of rubber boots and 
shoes when imported by manufacturers of rubber 
boots and shoes, for use exclusively in the manu- 
facture of such articles in their own factories. 

Stone and manufactures of, viz: — 

Building stone other than marble or granite, sawn 
on more than 2 sides but not sawn on more than 
4 sides. 

Building stone other than marble or granite, 
planed, turned, cut or further manufactured 
than sawn on 4 sides 

Flagstone, granite, rough sandstone, and all build- 
ing stone, not hammered, sawn or chiselled. 

Flagstone and all other building stone sawn on not 
more than 2 sides. 


Granite, sawn only. 


United Kingdom. 
United States 


Total. 


United States. 


United States. 


United States. 


United Kingdom. 
United States — 


Total. 


United Kingdom. 
United States 


Total. 


Granite, manufactures of, n.o.p. 


United Kingdom. 
United States 


Total. 


Grindstones, not mounted and not less than 36 
inches in diameter. 


Grindstones, n.o.p. 


United Kingdom. 
United States 


Total. 


United Kingdom. 
Newfoundland. . . . 

Japan 

United States 


Total. 


Manufactures of stone, n.o.p. 


United Kingdom. 

Hong Kong 

France 

Holland '. . . . 

Italy 

Japan 

United States 


T otal . 


Lb. 

144 

55,629 

98 

58,838 

3,532,410 


$ 

13 

2,172 

2 

4,688 

200,806 


$ cts. 

2 16 
834 44 
1 47 
882 57 
52,986 36 


3,647,119 


207,681 


54,707 00 


266,638 


39,995 70 


266,638 


39,995 70 


Cwt. 

4,700 


956 


2,271 


705 00 


987 


430 20 


106, 133 


15,919 95 


57,223 


11,444 60 


57,223 


11,444 60 


2,921 


584 20 


2,921 


584 20 


84 

19,673 


29 40 
6,885 55 


19,757 


6,914 95 


1,550 

144,628 


232 50 
21,694 20 


146,178 


21,926 70 


2 

5 

18,917 


0 50 

1 25 
4,729 25 


18,924 


4,731 00 


1,369 

19 

53 

1,091 

1,042 

64 

40, 187 


410 70 
5 70 
15 90 
327 30 
312 60 
19 20 
12,056 10 


43,825 


13, 147 50 


398,219 


75,804 10 


Total, stone and manufactures of 


TRADE REPORT— PART I 


299 


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Imported for Home Consumption — Continued'. 


Preferential Tariff. 

Treaty Rates. 

Total. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty Coll’d 

Lb. 

13,011 

$ 

1,094 

•S cts. 
130 11 

- Lb. 

$ 

$ cts. 

Lb. 

13,1.55 

55,629 

98 

58,838 

3,532,410 

$ 

1,107 

2,172 

2 

4,688 

200,806 

$ cts. 

1.32 27 
834 44 
1 47 
882 57 
52,986 36 




























13,011 

1,094 

1.30 11 




3,660,130 

208,775 

54,837 11 





1,209 

120 90 





1,209 

266,638 

120 90 
39,995 70 














1,209 

120 90 





267,847 

40,116 60 





Cwt. 



Cwt. 



Cwt. 

4,700 

2,271 

705 00 













956 

987 

430 20 














106,133 

15,919 95 









159 

23 85 




4 

1.59 

.57,223 

23 85 
11,444 60 














159 

23 85 





.57,382 

11,468 45 








101 

15 15 

- 




101 

2,921 

15 15 
584 20 














101 

15 15 





3,022 

599 35 







58,549 

17,564 70 





.58,633 

19,673 

17,594 10 
6,885 55 














.58,549 

17,564 70 





78,306 

24,479 65 







28,316 

2,831 60 





29,866 

144,628 

3,064 10 
21,694 20 


_ 












28,316 

2,831 60 





174,494 

24,758 30 







646 

113 06 





646 

2 

5 

18,917 

113 06 

0 50 

1 25 
4,729 25 

























* 



646 

113 06 





19,570 

4,844 06 







1,660 

332 00 





3,029 

19 

53 

1,091 

1,042 

64 

40,187 

742 70 
5 70 
15 90 
327 30 
312 60 
19 20 
12,056 10 













































/ 




1,660 

332 00 





45,485 

13,479 50 







89,431 

20,880 36 





487,6.50 

96,684 46 







I 


300 


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9 GEORGE: V, A. 19lg 
No. 22. — General Statement of Merchandise 


Articles. 


Dutiable Goods — Continued. 

Straw and manufactures of, viz: — 

Straw 


Straw, carpeting, rugs, mats and matting. 


United Kingdom. 

Hong Kong 

China 

Japan 

United States — 


Straw, manufactures, n.o.p. 


Total, straw and manufactures of. 


Countries. 


United States. 


Total. 


B. W. Indies. . . 
Hong Kong. . . 

China 

Ecuador 

France 

Holland 

Italy 

Japan 

United States. 


Total. 


Sugar, syrups and molasses, viz: — 

Sugar, above No. 16 D.S. in colour, and all refined 
sugars of whatever kinds, grades or standards, 
testing not more than 88 degrees by the polari- 
scope. 


Sugar, n.o.p., not above No. 16 D.S. in colour, 
sugar drainings, or pumpings drained in transit, 
melado or concentrated melado, tank bottoms 
and sugar concrete. 


B. Guiana 

B. W. Indies.. . . 

Hong Kong 

Newfoundland . . 

China 

Hawaii 

Japan 

United States... 

Total 


B. Guiana 

B. W. Indies. . 
Fiji Islands. . 
Hong Kong. 

China 

Costa Rica . . 

Cuba 

Dutch Guiana 

Guatemala 

Japan 

Nicaragua 

Peru 

Philippines 

San Domingo.. 

Venezuela 

United States., 

Total 


Total, sugar. 


Syrups and molasses of all kinds, the product of the 
sugar cane or beet, n.o.p., and all imitations 
thereof or substitutes therefor. 


Quantity. Value. Duty 


United Kingdom. 

Hong Kong 

Newfoundland. . . . 

Cuba 

United States 


Total. 


General Tariff. 


Ton. 


200 


4,028 


1,027 

517 

13,817 

34,298 


49,659 


Lb. 


64,452 

620 

420 

200 

43,191 

1,717,119 


1,826 002 


115 


30 
62 
.596 
688 
3,822 
2,468 
34,023 
50, 792 


92,481 


146,168 


3,812 

38 

18 

14 

2,943 

71,316 


78, 141 


350 

70 

853,644 
7, 514, 589 
4,210,939 
923,970 
55,406,900 
2,336,025 
25,2.36,322 
785,800 
134,909,821 
4,352,987 
211,928,722 


448 , 460 , 2.54 


450 , 286,256 


208 

2,480 

4,858 

4,541,166 

4,548,712 


1 

37,203 

.397,676 

201,763 

49,611 

2,244,24' 

98,853 

1,278,149 

23,100 

6,615,961 

221,811 

10,518,302 


S cts. 


400 00 


2.56 75 
129 25 
3,454 25 
8,574 50 


12,414 75 


5 25 
10 85 
104 30 
120 40 
668 85 
431 90 
5,954 03 
8,888 73 


16,184 31 


28,999 06 


1,329 77 
12 74 
8 78 
4 18 
896 93 
35,751 85 


38,004 25 


1 89 


4 99 
0 78 
11,737 61 
103,236 11 
57,969 78 
12,704 58 
767,233 41 
31,753 99 
348,553 84 
9,724 26 
1 , 890,769 55 
60,035 49 
3 , 004,299 77 


21,686,689 


21,764,830 


11 

109 

133 

172,360 

172,613 


6 , 298.026 05 


6 , 336,030 30 


1 04 
12 40 
24 29 
22,705 92 

22,743 65 


TRADE REPORT— PART I 


301 


SESSIONAL PAPER No. 11 

Imported for Home Consumption — Continued. 


Preferential Tariff. 

Treaty Rates. 

Total. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty Coll’d 

Ton. 

$ 

$ cts. 

Ton. 

$ 

S cts. 

Ton. 

200 

$ 

4,028 

$ cts. 
400 00 








1,144 

200 20 


211 

1 

47 48 
0 23 


1,355 

1,028 

517 

82,099 

34,298 

247 68 
256 98 
129 25 
18,817 79 
8,574 50 













68,282 

- 15,363 54 















1,144 

200 20 


68,494 

15,411 25 


119,297 

28,026 20 





1,380 

207 00 





1,380 

.30 

62 

596 

688 

3,822 

2,468 

34,023 

50,792 

207 00 
5 25 
10 85 
104 30 
120 40 
668 85 
431 90 
5,954 03 
8,888 73 
























• 







































1,380 

207 00 





93,861 

16,391 31 







2,524 

407 20 


68,494 

15,411 25 


217,186 

44,817 51 



Lb. 

37,573 

393,741 

2,068 

18,882 

616 20 
6,622 96 

Lb. 



Lb. 
37,573 
393,741 
64 452 
620 
420 
200 
43,191 
1,717,119 

2,068 
18,882 
3 812 
38 
18 
14 
2,943 
71,316 

616 20 
6,622 96 
1 329 77 
12 74 
8 78 
4 18 
896 93 
35,751 85 


















, 

























431,314 

20,950 

7,239 16 




2,257,316 

99,091 

45,243 41 




139,468,521 

148,838,543 

28,846,050 

6,679,104 

6,993,210 

1,150,964 

1,483,181 93 
1,568,028 57 
300,363 25 




1.39,468,636 

148,838,543 

28,846,050 

350 

70 

853,644 
7,514,589 
4,210,939 
923,970 
55,406,900 
2,-336,025 
25,236,322 
785,800 
134,909,821 
4, .352, 987 
211,928,722 

6,679,109 

6,993,210 

1,150,964 

7 

1 

37,203 
397,676 
201 , 763 
49,611 
2,244,247 
98,853 
1,278,149 
23,100 
6,615,961 
221,811 
10,518,302 

1,483,183 82 
1,568,028 57 
300,363 25 
4 99 
0 78 
11,737 61 
103,236 11 
57,969 78 
12,704 58 
767,233 41 
31,753 99 
348,553 84 
9,724 26 
1,890,769 55 
60,035 49 
3,004,299 77 
























































































317,153,114 

14,823,278 

3,351,573 75 




765,613,368 

36,509,967 

9,649,599 80 




317,153,428 

14,844,228 

3,358,812 91 




767,870,684 

36,609,058 

9,694,843 21 




6,271 

462 

21 94 




6,271 

208 

2,480 

4,858 

4,541,166 

462 

11 

109 

133 

172,360 

21 94 
1 04 
12 40 
24 29 
22,705 92 




























6,271 

462 

21 94 




4,554,983 

173,075 

22,765 59 





302 


CUSTOMS DEPARTMENT 


9 GEORGE V, A. 1919 

No. 22. — General Statement of Merchandise 


Articles. 


Dutiable Goods — Continued. 

Syrups and molasses — Con. 

Molasses of cane, testing by polariscope under 35 
degrees but not less than 20 degrees. 

Molasses produced in the process of the manu- 
facture of cane sugar from the juice of the cane 
without any admixture with any other in- 
gredient, when imported direct from the place 
of production, or its shipping port, in the original 
package in which it was placed at the point of 
production and not afterwards subjected to any 
process of treating or mixing, testing by polari- 
scope not less than 35 degrees nor more than 56 
degrees. 

(See Free Goods.) 

Total, syrups and molasses 

Sugar cane, shredded 


Sugar candy, and confectionery of all kinds, n.o.p., 
including sweetened gums, candied peel, candied 
pop corn, candied fruit, candied nuts, flavouring 
powders, custard powders, jelly powders, sweet- 
meats, sweetened breads, cakes, pies, puddings 
and all other confections containing sugar. 


/ 


Glucose or grape sugar, glucose syrup and corn 
syrup or any syrups containing any admixture 
thereof . 


Sugar, maple, and maple syrup. 


Surgical trusses, pessaries and suspensory bandages. 


Tallow- 


Tape lines, etc., viz: — 

Tape lines of any material , 


Countries. 

General Tariff. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty. 


Gal. 

8 

S cts. 

United States 

143,642 

39,602 

2,154 65 

B. W. Indies 

100 

20 

3 00 

Cuba 

2,013 

665 

60,39 

United States 

18,494 

8,191 

554 82 

Total 

20,607 

8,876 

618 21 



221,091 

25,516 51 

*■< 


Hong Kong. 


227 

39 74 

United States 


112 

19 61 

Total 


339 

59 35 


Lb. 



United Kingdom... . 

1,860 

664 

241 70 

B. W. Indies 




Hong Kong 

74,907 

6,008 

2,477 54 

Newfoundland 

5 

2 

0 73 

China 

35 

4 

1 58 

France 

6,288 

2,088 

762 24 

.Japan 

27,862 

4,056 

1,558 96 

Spain ; 

22 

10 

3 61 

United States 

2,396,680 

374,336 

143,001 50 

Total 

2,507,659 

387, 168 

148,047 86 

Hong Kong 

2,400 

113 

15 00 

Japan 

2,495 

165 

15 59 

United States 

4,781,918 

275,768 

29,887 02 

Total 

4,786,813 

276,046 

29,917 61 

Hong Kong 

68 

5 

1 00 

United States 

6j510 

811 

162 20 

Total 

6,578 

816 

163 20 

United Kingdom.... 




France 




United States 


52,777 

10,555 40 

Total 


52,777 

10,555 40 

New Zealand 

138, 000 

17,965 

3,593 00 

United States 

210,547 

35, 108 

7,021 60 

Total 

348,547 

53,073 

10,614 60 

United Kingdom.... 




France 




Japan 




United States 


2,450 

612 50 

Total 


2,450 

612 50 


TRADE REPORT— PART I 


303 


SESSIONAL PAPER No. 11 


Imported for Home Consumption — Continued. 


Preferential Tariff. 

Treaty Rates. 

Total. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty Coll’d 

Gal. 

$ 

.$ cts. 

Gal. 

S 

S cts. 

Gal. 

143,642 

$ 

39,602 

S cts. 
2,154 65 













100 

2,013 

18,494 

20 

665 

8,191 

3 00 
60 39 
554 82 

























20, 607 

8,876 

618 21 








462 

21 94 


f 



221,553 

25,538 45 













227 

112 

39 74 
19 61 






















339 

59 35 








Lb. 

121,481 

30 

20, 627 
15 

5,248 52 
- 3 53 

Lb. 



Lb. 

123,341 

30 

74,907 

5 

35 

6,288 

27,862 

22 

2,396,680 

21,291 

15 

6,008 

2 

4 

2,088 

4,0.56 

10 

374 336 

5,490 22 
3 53 
2,477 54 

0 73 

1 58 
762 24 

1,558 96 
3 61 
143 001 50 

















































121,. 511 

20,642 

5,252 05 




2,629,170 

407,810 

153,299 91 










2,400 

2,495 

4,781,918 

113 

165 

275,768 

15 00 
15 59 
29,887 02 

























4,786,813 

276,046 

29,917 61 













68 

6,510 

5 

811 

1 00 
162 20 



















6,578 

816 

163 20 








2,205 

275 65 


248 

263 

43 41 
46 04 


2,453 

263 

52,777 

319 06 
46 04 
10 555 40 

















2,205 

275 65 


511 

89 45 


55 , 493 

10,920 50 




740,46.5 

80,813 

V 12,121 95 




878,465 

210,547 

98,778 

35,108 

15,714 95 
7,021 60 







, 



740,465 

80,813 

12,121 95 




1,089,012 

133,886 

22,7.36 55 





1,283 

224 59 





1,283 

i 

5 

2,450 

224 59 
1 58 
1 12 
612 50 


7 

5 

1 58 
1 12 











- 









1,283 

224 59 


12 

2 70 


3,745 

839 79 





304 


CUSTOMS DEPARTMENT 


9 GEORGE V, A. 1919 
No. 22. — General Statement of Merchandis 


Articles. 


DuTi.tBLE Goods — Continued. 

Tape lines — Con. 

Tape lines measuring, yarn of linen or cotton for the 
manufacture of. 

Total, tape lines, etc 


*Tea, viz: — 

*Tea of Ceylon, black... 


‘Tea of Ceylon, green. 
‘Tea of India, black. 


‘Tea of India, green. . 
‘Tea of China, black. 

‘Tea of China, green. 


‘Tea of Japan, green. 


‘Tea of other countries, black. 


‘Tea of other countries, green. 
Total, tea 


tin, n.o.p. 


Countries. 

General Tariff. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty. 


Lb. 

§ 

S cts. 

United States 

3,768 

1,911 

191 10 



4,361 

803 60 





United Kingdom — 

14,250 

4,335 

433 50 

B.E. Indies, other. . 

119,814 

30,978 

3,097 80 

United States 

18,442 

6,054 

605 40 

Total 

152,506 

41,367 

4, 136 70 

B. E. Indies, other.. 

9,112 

1,906 

190 60 

B. India 

357,382 

54,650 

5,465 00 

Newfoundland 

27 

12 

1 20 

United States 

2,139 

785 

78 50 

Total 

359, 548 

55,447 

5,544 70 

United States 

2,198 

471 

47 10 

Mexico 

900 

90 

9 00 

United States 

8,040 

1,741 

174 10 

Total 

8,940 

1,831 

183 10 

Hong Kong 

173 

47 

4 70 

China 

810 

350 

35 00 

United States 

20, 787 

4,222 

422 20 

Total 

21,770 

4,619 

461 90 

Japan 

24,321 

5,455 

545 50 

United States 

5,430 

1,501 

150 10 

Total 

29,751 

6,956 

695 60 

Hong Kong 

835 

254 

25 40 

Dutch E. Indies. . . . 

17,632 

3,101 

310 10 

Japan 

570 

150 

15 00 

United States 

132,036 

35,877 

3,587 70 

Total 

151,073 

* 39,382 

3,938 20 

United States 

14,381 

4,496 

449 60 


749,279 

156,475 

15,647 50 

United Kingdom. . . 


668 

167 00 

Eevnt 


12 

3 00 

Hong TCong . . . 


173 

43 25 

Newfoundlands 


25 

6 25 

France 


4,358 

1,089 50 

Japan 


423 

. 105 75 

Switzerland 


16 

4 00 

United States 


2,900,494 

725, 123 50 

Total 


2,906,169 

726,542 25 


•See Free Goods 


TRADE REPORT— PART I 


305 


SESSIONAL PAPER Np. 11 

Imported for Home Consumption — Continued. 


Preferential Tariff. 

Treaty Rates. 

Total. * 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty. 

Qnantifj'. 

Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty Coll’d 

Lb. 

S 

$ cts. 

Lb. 

S 

S cts. 

Lb7 

3,768 

S 

1,911 

S cts. 
191 10 








1,283 

224 59 


12 

2 70 


5,656 

1,030 89 










14,250 

119,814 

18,442 

4,335 

30,978 

6,054 

433 50 
3,097 80 
605 40 

























152,506 

41,367 

4,136 70 













9,112 

1,906 

190 60 






. 







357,382 

27 

2,139 

54,650 

12 

785 

5,465 00 
1 20 
78 50 

























359,548 

55,447 

5,544 70 













2,198 

471 

47 10 







900 

8,040 

90 

1,741 

9 00 
174 10 






• 













8,940 

* 1,831 

183 10 













173 
810 
20, 787 

47 

350 

4,222 

4 70 
35 00 
422 20 

























21,770 

4,619 

461 90 













24,321 

5,430 

5,455 

1,501 

545 50 
150 10 



















29,751 

6,956 

695 60 










• 



835 

17,632 

570 

132,036 

254 

3,101 

150 

35,877 

25 40 
310 10 
15 00 
3,587 70 































151,073 

39,382 

3,938 20 













14 381 

4,496 

449 60 













749,279 

156,475 

15,647 50 








24,914 

3,737 10 





25, 582 
12 
173 
25 
4,358 
423 
16 

2,900,494 

3,904 10 
3 00 
43 25 
6 25 
1,089 50 
105 75 
. 4 00 

725,123 50 






















' 


































24,914 

3,737 10 





2,931,083 

730,279 35 







11— i— 20 


306 


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9 GEORGE V, A. 1919 
No. 22. — General Statement of Merchandise 


Articles. 


Countries. 


General Tariff. 


Duti.\ble Goods — Continued. 

Tobacco, and manufactures of, viz: — 
Cigarettes 

/ 


Cigars 


Tobacco, cut 


Snuff 


All other manufactures of tobacco, n.o.p 

Total, tobacco and manufactures of. 

Tobacco pipes of all kinds, pipe mounts, cigar and 
cigarette cases, cigar and cigarette holders and 
cases for the same, smokers’ sets and cases there- 
for, and tobacco pouches. 


• 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty. 


Lb. 

S 

S cts. 

United Kingdom. . . 

20,494 

68,636 

88,888 00 

Egj-pt 

1,649 

4,249 

6,833 75 

Malta 

18 

40 

73 00 

Cuba 

169 

250 

654 00 

Miquelon & St . Pierre 

140 

122 

520 50 

Mexico 

' 33 

19 

120 25 

Russia 

30 

28 

112 00 

United States 

1,165 

3,461 

4,942 75 

Total 

23,698 

76,805 

102,144 25 

United Kingdom . . . 

404 

1,556 

1,803 00 

B. India 

43 

15 

154 25 

B. W. Indies 

173 

583 

751 25 

Malta 

18 

45 

74 25 

Cuba . 

34,199 

166,644 

161,357 50 

Mexico 

49 

58 

186 00 

Philippines 

187 

182 

700 00 

United States 

4,079 

20,993 

19,524 75 

Total 

39, 152 

190,076 

184,551 00 

United Kingdom . . 

273, 987 

566,495 

178,091 55 

B.S. Africa 

100 

49 

65 00 

Hong Kong 

18,114 

6,538 

11,774 10 

China 

7,964 

2,527 

5, 176 60 

Cuba 

108 

68 

70 20 

France 

330 

224 

214 50 

Japan 

170 

60 

110 50 

Mexico 

100 

2 

65 00 

M iq uelon & St . Pierre 

419 

174 

272 35 

United States 

385,415 

258,601 

250,519 75 

Total 

686,707 

834, 738 

446,359 55 

United Kingdom . . . 

1,421 

1,894 

852 60 

France 

1,321 

556 

792 60 

Italy 

204 

108 

122 40 

United States 

3,403 

1,565 

2,041 80 

Total 

6,349 

4,123 

3,809 40 

United Kingdom . . . 

64,334 

106,823 

38,600 40 

United States 

63,539 

28,283 

38, 123 40 

Total 

127,873 

135, 106 

76, 723 80 


883,779 

1,240,848 

813,588 00 

United Kingdom. . . 


5,101 

1, 785 35 

Hong Kong 


206 

72 10 

China 


1 

0 35 

France 


1,503 

526 05 

Japan 


821 

287 35 

United States 


458,717 

160,550 95 

Total 


466,349 

163,222 15 


TRADE REPORT— PART I 


307 


SESSIONAL PAPER No. 11 ^ ¥ 

Imported for Home Consumption — Continued. 


Preferential Tariff. 

Treaty Rates. 

Total. 

' Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty Coll’d 

Lb. 

$ 

S cts. 

Lb. 

S 

$ cts. 

Lb. 

20,494 

1,649 

18 

169 

140 

33 

30 

1,165 

$ 

68, 636 
4,249 
40 
250 
122 
19 
28 
3,461 

$ cts. 

88,888 00 
6,833 75 
73 00 
654 00 
520 50 
120 25 
112 00 
4,942 75 







‘ 
















































23,698 

76,805 

102, 144 25 








• 





404 
43 
173 
' 18 
34, 199 
49 
187 
4,079 

1,556 

15 

583 

. 45 

166, 644 
58 
182 
20,993 

1,803- 00 
154 25 
751 25 
74 25 
161,357 50 
186 00 
700 00 
19,524 75 























































39, 152 

190, 076 

184,551 00 













273,987 

100 

18,114 

7,964 

108 

330 

170 

100 

419 

385,415 

566,495 

49 

6,538 

2,527 

68 

224 

60 

2 

174 

258,601 

178,091 55 
65 00 
11,774 10 
5, 176 60 
70 20 
214 50 
110 50 
65 00 
272 35 
250,519 75 













































' 






















686, 707 

834,738 

446,359 55 










‘ / 



1,421 

1,321 

204 

3,403 

1,894 

556 

108 

1,565 

852 60 
792 60 
122 40 
2,041 80 































6,349 

4,123 

3,809 40 













64,334 
63, 539 

106,823 

28,283 

38,600.40 
38, 123 40 



















127,873 

135, 106 

76, 723 80 













883,779 

1,240,848 

813,588 00 








173,020 

.38,929 79 


69,916 

22,722 76 


248,037 

206 

1 

121,699 

3,144 

458,717 

63,437 90 
72 10 
0 35 
39,589 85 
1,042 33 
160, 550 95 















120, 196 
2,323 

39,063 80 
754 98 




















173,020 

.38,929 79 


192,4.35 

62,541 54 


831,804 

264,693 48 





11— i— 20^ 


308 


CUSTOMS DEPARTMENT 


9 GEORGE V, A. 1919 

Xo. 22. — General Statement of Merchandise 


Articles. 


DxrnABLE Goods — Continued. 

Trawls, trawling spoons, fly hooks, sinkers, swivels 
and sportsman’s fishing bait, and fish hooks, n.o.p. 


Trunks, valises, hat-boxes, carpet bags, and tool 
bags. 


Countries. 


United Kingdom . 

Japan 

Norway 

Spain 

United States. . . . 


Total. 


United Kingdom. 

B. \V. Indies 

Hong Kong 

China..- 

Japan 

United States 


Twine, manufactures of, viz; hammocks and lawn 
tennis nets, sportsman’s fish nets and other articles 

n.o.p. ' 


United Kingdom. 

B. Guiana 

Japan 

United States 


Umbrellas, parasols and sunshades, of all kinds and 
materials. 


Unenumerated articles..". 


Varnish, lacquers, japans, japan drj-ers, liquid 
dryers and oil finish, n o.p. 


Vegetables, viz: — 
Melons 


Total. 


Total. 


United lyingdom. 

Hong Kong 

France 

Japan 

United States 


Total. 


United Kingdom. 

Hong Kong 

China 

Ecuador 

France 

Italy 

Japan 

Mexico 

Sweden 

Switzerland 

United States 

Uruguay 


Total. . 


United Kingdom. 

France 

F'nited States 


Total. 


Hong Kong. . 
United States.. 

Total 


General Tariff. 


Quantity. Value. Duty 


Gal. 

100 

9 

37,884 


37,993 


Xo. 

82 

2 ,. 383,. 533 


2 , 383,615 


416 

8 

583 

164 

28,737 


29,908 


16 
3 
151 
40, 002 


40, 174 


85 


509 

19,324 


19,918 


1 

64 

4,483 

14,483 


S cts. 

145 60 
' 2 80 
204 05 
57 40 
10,057 95 


10,467 80 


0 60 


4 80 
0 90 
45 30 
12,000 60 


12,052 20 


25 50 


152 70 
5,797 20 


5,975 40 


19,031 


11,447 

8,637 

18,814 

1,248 

4,675 

1,470 

82,539 

2 

4 

691 

1 , 101,723 

374 


1 , 231,624 


454 

108 

73,982 


74,544 


24 

223,419 


223,443 


0 35 
22 40 
1,569 05 
5,069 05 


6, 660 85 


14 , 


192 


003 33 
511 48 
292 65 
218 40 
818 15 
257 25 
444 53 
0 35 
0 70 
120 93 
803 54 
65 45 


215,536 76 


122 16 
26 10 
24,223 27 


24,. 371 53 


2 46 
71. 505 99 


71,508 45 


TRADE REPORT— PART 1 


309 


SESSIONAL PAPER No. 11 

Imported for Home Consumption — Continued. 


Preferential Tariff. 

Treaty Rates. 

Total. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty. 


$ 

19,766 

$ cts. 
4,447 62 


$ 

$ cts. 


% 

20, 182 
8 
583 
164 
28,737 

S cts. 
✓ 

4,593 22 
2 80 
204 05 
57 40 
10,057 95 



































19,766 

4,447 62 





49,674 

14,915 42 







4,741 

7 

948 20 
1 40 





4,743 

7 

16 

3 

1,971 

40,002 

948 80 
1 40 
4 80 
0 90 
545 78 
12,000 60 






















1,820 

500 48 















4,748 

949 60 


1,820 

500 48 

1 

46, 742 

13,502 28 





16,871 

12 

3,374 20 
2 40 





16,956 

12 

509 

19,324 

3,399 70 
2 40 
152 70 
5,797 20 


























16,883 

3,376 60 





36,801 

9,352 00 







7,032 

1,582 32 





7,032 

1 

64 

4,483 

14,483 

1,582 32 
0 35 
22 40 
1,569 05 
5,069 05 




























• 







7,032 

1,582 32 





26,063 

8,243 17 







45, 134 

6,770 10 





56,581 
8,637 
181,814 
1,248 
4,675 
1,470 
82,539 
’ 2 
4 
691 

1,101,723 

374 

8,773 43 
1,511 48 
3,292 65 
218 40 
818 15 
257 25 
14,444 53 
0 35 
0 70 
120 93 
192,803 54 
65 45 




















































































45, 134 

6,770 10 





1,276,758 

222,306 86 






Gal. 

7,663 

17,705 

4,188 35 

Gal. 



Gal. 

7,763 

9 

37, 884 

18,159 

108 

73,982 

4,310 51 
26 10 
24,223 27 
















7,663 

17,705 

4, 188 35 




45,656 

92,249 

28,559 88 




No. 



No. 



No. 

82 

2,383,533 

24 

223,419 

2 46 
71,505 99 



















2,383,615 

223,443 

71,508 45 








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CUSTOMS DEPARTMENT 


9 GEORGE V, A. 1919 

No. 22. — General Statement of Merchandise 


Articles . 


Dutiable Goods — Continued. 


Vegetables — Con. 
Potatoes, n.o.p.. 


Bermuda 

B. \Y. Indies. . . 
Hong Kong. . . , 
United States. 

Total 


Potatoes, sweet and yams. 


Tomatoes, and cooked corn in cans or other air- 
tight packages. 


Tomatoes, fresh. 


Countries. 


B. W. Indies. . . 
Hong Kong. . . . 

China 

Japan 

United States. 

Total 


Hong Kong. . . . 

France 

Italy 

Spain 

United States. 

Total 


United Kingdom. 

Bermuda 

B. W. Indies 

Cuba 

United States 


Total. 


Vegetables and baked beans in cans or other air- 
tight packages, n.o.p. 


United Kingdom. 

Hong Kong 

Belgium 

China 

France 

Italy 

Japan 

Mexico 

Spain 

United States 


Vegetables, n.o.p. 


Total, vegetables. 


Total. 


United Kingdom. 

.Australia 

Bermuda 

B. Guiana 

B. W. Indies 

Hong Kong 

New Zealand — 

China 

France 

Italy 

Japan 

Spain 

United States 


Total. 


General Tariff. 


Quantity. Value. Duty 


Bush. 


27 

481,000 


481,032 


4 

1,971 

8 

347 

41,558 


43,888 


Lb. 

60 

110 

10,167 

84,806 

8,443,724 


8,538,867 


Bush. 


26 


375 
232, 133 


232, 534 


Lb. 

223,955 


S cts. 


1 00 


811, OM 


811,045 


7 

3,079 

10 

738 

65,043 


68,877 


8 

35 

1,849 

7,482 

694,857 


704,231 


32 


341 

530,472 


5 40 
96,200 00 


96,206 40 


0 40 
197 10 
0 80 
34 70 
4, 155 80 


4,388 80 


0 90 

1 65 
152 53 

1,272 14 
126,655 96 


128,083 18 


9 60 


102 30 
159,141 60 


530,845 


16,812 


908 

10,586 

4,057 

67,874 

88 

43,2.39 

5,435,846 


5, 786, 553 


64 

3,212 

805 

11,319 

11 

2,632 

457,234 


492,089 


3,731 

32,999 

2,911 


460 

45,957 

123 

220 

35 

243 

33,914 

24,030 

1,574,117 


1,718,740 


4,549,270 


159,253 50 


3,359 40 


13 62 
158 79 
60 86 
1,018 11 
1 32 
648 58 
81,537 89 


86,798 57 


1,119 30 
9,899 70 
873 30 


138 00 
13,787 10 
36 90 
66 00 
10 50 
72 90 
10, 174 20 
7,209 00 
472,235 10 


515,622 00 


1,061,860 90 


( 


TRADE REPORT— PART 1 


311 


SESSIONAL PAPER No. 11 

Imported for Home Consumption — Continued. 


Preferential Tariff. 

Treaty Rates. 

Total. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity. 

* Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty Coll’d 

Bush. 

S 

$ cts. 

Bush. 

S 

$ cts. 

Bush. 

5 

5 

27 

481,000 

$ 

9 

811.0W 

S cts. 

1 00 
0 63 
5 40 
96,200 00 

5 

4 

0 63 



















5 

4 

0 63 




481,037 

811,049 

96,207 03 










4 

1,971 

8 

347 

41,558 

7 

3,079 

10 

738 

65,043 

0 40 
197 10 
0 80 
34 70 
4,155 80 





































43,888 

68,877 

4,388 80 







Lb. 

• 


Lb. 



Lb. 

60 

110 

10,167 

84,871 

8,443,724 

8 

35 

1,849 

7,485 

694,857 

0 90 

1 65 
152 53 

1,272 96 
126, 655 96 
















65 

3 

0 82 












i 

65 

3 

0 82 

8,538,932 

704,234 

128,084 00 




Bush . 
127 
57 

1,026 

398 

153 

949 

79 60 
30 60 
189 80 

Bush . 



Bush . 

127 

83 

1,026 
375 
232, 133 

398 

185 

949 

341 

530,472 

79 60 
40 20 
189 80 
102 30 
159,141 60 






















1,210 

1,500 

300 00 




233,744 

532,345 

159,553 50 




Lb. 

579 

77 

5 79 

Lb. 

24,272 

344 

3,097 

2,739 

77 

553 

242 72 
3 44 
38 71 

Lb. 

24,851 

224,299 

3,097 

908 

17,425 

6,857 

243,774 

88 

77,436 

5,435,846 

2,816 

16,889 

553 

64 

4,695 

1,114 

38,478 

11 

4,974 

457,234 

248 51 
3,362 84 
38 71 
13 62 
227 18 
95 86 
2,780 23 
1 32 
1,010 07 
81,537 89 










6,839 

2,800 

175,900 

1,483 
309 
27, 159 

68 39 
35 00 
1,762 12 













34,197 

2,342 

361 49 










579 

77 

5 79 

247,449 

34,662 

2,511 87 

6,034,581 

526,828 

89,316 23 


865 

129 75 





4,596 

32,999 

12,627 

2 

10,344 

45,957 

15,695 

220 

35 

243 

33,914 

24,030 

1,574,117 

1,249 05 
9,899 70 
2,330 70 
0 30 
1,620 60 
13,787 10 
2,372 70 
66 00 
10 50 
72 90 
10,174 20 
7,209 00 
472,235 10 







9,716 

2 

9,884 

1,457 40 
0 30 
1,482 60 





















15,572 

2,335 80 





















































36,039 

5,405 85 





1,754,779 

521,027 85 







37,620 

5,712 27 


34,665 

2,512 69 


4,621,555 

1,070,085 86 





312 


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9 GEORGE V, A. 1919 

No. 22. — General Statement of Merchandise 


Articles. 


Countries. 


General Tariff. 


Quantity. Value. Duty. 


Dutiable Gooj)S— C ontinued. 

Vinegar, viz: — 

Vinegar, of any strength not exceeding strength of 
proof. 


United Kingdom. 

Hong Kong 

China 

France 

Italy 

Japan 

United States 


Total. 


Vinegar, above strength of proof. 


Hong Kong . . . . 
United States. 

Total 


Total, vinegar. 


Waste or shoddy from cotton, woollen or other fabrics 
or from yarn or thread, machined, garnetted or 
prepared for use. 


Watches, cases, movements, etc., viz: — 
Watches 


United Kingdom. 
United States. . . . 


Total. 


United Kingdom. 

France 

Japan 

Switzerland 

United States 


Total. 


Watch cases and parts thereof, finished or un- 
finished. 


Watch actions and movements and ^rts thereof, 
finished or unfinished, including winding bars 
and sleeves. 


United Kingdom. 

Switzerland 

United States. . . . 


Total. 


United Kingdom. 

France 

Japan 

Switzerland 

United States. . . . 


Total. 


Total, watches, cases, movements, etc. 


Wax, viz: — 
Wax, bees. 


Gal. 


169 

2,426 

5 

8 

132 

978 

31,662 


119 

560 

2 

13 

61 

340 

6,091 


cts. 


25 35 
363 90 

0 75 

1 20 
19 80 

146 70 
4,749 30 


35,380 


7,186 


5,307 00 


14 

44,319 


2 

4,109 


2 10 
8,469 17 


44,333 


4,111 


8,471 27 


79,713 


11,297 


13,778 27 


Lb. 

290 

1 , 894,463 


2«.8ef 


30.608 43 


1 , 894,753 


244,884 


30,611 31 


954 

1,882 


286 20 
564 60 


29,626 

10,395 


8,887 80 
3,118 50 


42,857 


12,857 10 


1,568 
44,. 309 
106,534 


470 40 
13,292 70 
31,960 20 


152,411 


45,723 30 


29,224 
20, 192 
810 
519,286 
839,068 


3,653 05 
2,524 00 
101 25 
64,910 75 
104,883 70 


1 , 408,580 


176,072 75 


1 , 603,848 


234,653 15 


United Kingdom. 

B. W. Indies 

China 

Cuba 

United States. . . . 


41,600 


16,663 


1,666 30 


16 

30, 279 
105,810 


o 

11,506 

41,186 


0 50 
1,150 60 
4,118 60 


Total. 


177,705 


69,360 


6,936 00 


Wax, paraffine. 


Llnited Kingdom. 

Hong Kong 

United States. . . . 


100 

1 , 618,907 


10 

147,191 


2 50 
36,797 75 


Total. 


1 , 619,007 


147,201 


36,800 25 


TRADE REPORT— PART I 


313 


SESSIONAL PAPER No. 11 

Imported for Home Consumption — Continued. 


Preferential Tariff. 

Treaty Rates. 

Total. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty Coll’d 

Gal. 

69,544 

$ 

21,050 

$ cts. 
6,954 40 

Gal. 

S 

.$ cts. 

Gal. 

69,713 

2,426 

5 

146 

132 

3,810 

31,662 

S 

21,169 

560 

2 

116 

61 

1,035 

6,091 

S cts. 

6,979 75 
363 90 
0 75 

18 45 

19 80 
500 70 

4,749 30 













138 

103 

17 25 







2,832 

695 

354 00 










69,544 

21,050 

6,954 40 

2,970 

798 

371 25 

107,894 

29,034 

12,632 65 







14 

44,319 

2 

4,109 

2 10 
8,469 17 



















44,333 

4,111 

8,471 27 







69,544 

21,050 

6,954 40 

2,970 

798 

371 25 

152,027 

33,145 

21,103 92 

Lb. 

472,149 

123,489 

9,261 75 

Lb. 



Lb. 

472,439 

1,894,463 

123,512 

244,861 

9,264 63 
30,608 43 










472, 149 

123,489 

^,261 75 




2,366,902 

368,373 

39,873 06 





915 

183 00 


12,667 

190 

73 

34,289 

3,483 43 
52 25 
20 08 
9,429 50 


14,536 

2,072 

73 

63,915 

10,395 

3,952 63 
616 85 
20 08 
18,317 30 
3,118 50 






















• 





915 

183 00 


47,219 

12,985 26 


90,991 

26,025 36 





316 

63 20 





1,884 
. 44,. 309 
106,534 

533 60 
13,292 70 
31,960 20 





















316 

63 20 





152,727 

45,786 50 







82 

8 20 





29,306 

20,192 

810 

519,286 

839,068 

3,661 25 
2,524 00 
101 25 
64,910 75 
104,883 70 



































82 

8 20 





1,408,662 

176,080 95 







1,313 

254 40 


47,219 

12,985 26 


1,652,. 380 

247,892 81 




7,793 

16,377 

2,060 

6,471 

103 00 
323 55 




49,393 

16,377 

16 

30,279 

105,810 

18,723 

6,471 

5 

11,506 

41,186 

1 , 769 30 
323 55 
0 50 
1,1.50 60 
4,118 60 

























24,170 

8,531 

426 55 




201,875 

77,891 

/•,362 55 




71,914 

6,332 

949 80 




71,914 

100 

1,618,907 

6,. 332 
10 

147,191 

949 80 
2 50 
36,797 75 
















71,914 

6,332 

949 80 




1 , 690, 921 

153,533 

37,750 05 





314 


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9 GEORGE V, A. 1919 

No. 22. — General Statement of Merchandise 


Articles. 


Duti.\ble Goods — Continued. 

Wax — Con. 

Wax, sealing 


Wax, vegetable and mineral, n.o.p 


Wax, and manufactures of, n.o.p 


Total, wax and manufactures of 


Webbing, viz: — 

Webbing, elastic, over one inch wide 


Webbing, non-elastic, when imported by manu- 
facturers of suspenders for use exclusively in the 
manufacture of such articles in their own factor- 
ies. 

Total, webbing, elastic and non-elastic 


Whips of all kinds, including thongs and lashes 


Window cornices, shades and cloth, etc., viz: — 
Window cornices and cornice poles of all kinds 


Window shade or blind rollers 


Window shades cut to size or hemmed or mounted 
on rollers, n.o.p., and window shade cloth in the 
piece . 


Countries. 

General Tariff. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty. 



S 

S cts. 

United Kingdom . . . 


561 

415 

5,961 

140 25 
103 75 
1,490 25 

France 


United States 




Total 


6,937 

1,734 25 



United Kingdom . . . 
Japan 

Lb. 

4,476 

6,091 

566,037 

757 

661 

102,467 

75 70 
66 10 
10,246 70 

United States 


Total 

576, 604 

103,885 

10,388 50 


United Kingdom . . . 




F ranee 


25 

4 38 
2 10 
14,991 43 

Japan 


12 

United States 


85, 663 



Total 


85,700 

14,997 91 





413,083 

70,856 91 



United Kingdom . . . 




United States 


184,338 

36,867 60 



Total 


184,338 

36,867 60 



United States 


5,977 

1,195 40 





190,315 

38,063 00 



United Kingdom. . . 




F ranee 


3 

0 90 

1 80 

Japan 


6 

United States 


20,395 

6,118 50 



Total 


20,404 

6,121 20 



United States 


15,244 

4,573 20 



L’nited Kingdom . . . 




Japan 


1 

0 35 

L'nited States 


8,601 

3,010 35 



Total 


8,602 

3,010 70 



United Kingdom. . . 




United States. ..... 


3,381 

1,183 35 



Total 


3,381 

1,183 35 





27,227 

8,767 25 




Total, window cornices, shades, cloth, etc 


TRADE REPORT— PART I 


315 


SESSIONAL PAPER No. 11 


Imported for Home Consumption — Continued. 

i 


Preferential Tariff. 

Treaty Rates. 

( ' Total. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty. ' 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty Coll’d 


$ 

10,164 

8 cts. 
1,524 60 


8 

8 cts. 


8 

10,725 

415 

5,961 

8 cts. 

1,664 85 
103 75 
1,490 25 






* 















10,164 

1,524 60 





17,101 

3,258 85 






Lb. 

18,313 

3,517 

175 85 

Lb. 



Lb. 

22,789 

6,091 

566,037 

4,274 

661 

102,467 

251 55 
66 10 
10,246 70 
















18,313 

3,517 

175 85 




594,917 

107,402 

10,564 35 





1,141 

171 15 





1,141 

25 

12 

85,663 

171 15 
4 38 
2 10 
14,991 43 




























1,141 

171 15 





86,841 

15,169 06 




. 



. . .29,685 

3,247 95 





442,768 

74,104 86 







7,122 

1 . 

890 28 





7,122 

184,338 

890 28 
.36,867 60 













7,122 

890 28 





191,460 

37, 757 88 













5,977 

1,195 40 









7,122 

890 28 





197,4~37 

38,953 28 







1,728 

345 60 





1,728 

3 

6 

20,395 

345 60 

0 90 

1 80 
6,118 50 








> 




















1,728 

345 60 





22, 132 

6,466 80 













15,244 

4,573 20 









237 

53 33 



' 


237 

1 

8,601 

53 33 
0 35 
3,010 35 





















237 

53 33 





8,839 

3,064 03 






y 

32,191 

7,242 99 





32,191 

3,381 

7,242 99 
1,183 35 














32,191 

7,242 99 





35,572 

8,426 34 







32,428 

7,296 32 





59,655 

16,063 57 







316 


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9 GEORGE V, A. 1919 

No. 22. — General Statement of Merchandise 


Articles . 

Countries. 

General Tariff. 

Quantity 

Value. 

Duty. 

Dutiable Goods — Continued. 

Wood and manufactures of, viz: — 

Barrels containing petroleum or its products, or 
any mixture of which petroleum forms a part, 
when such contents are chargeable with a 
specific duty. 

Barrels, emptv 

L'nited Kingdom 

No. 

% 

S cts. 

United States 

16,524 

18, 188 

4,. 547 00 

Total 

16 524 

18,188 

' 4,547 50 

L’nited Kingdom.... 
B. W. Indies. . . 


1,300 

12 

921 

330 

279 

135,741 

.500 

15 

726 

330 

195 

1.35,902 

125 00 
3 75 
181 50 
82 50 

48 75 
33,975 50 

Caskets and coffins and metal parts thereof 

Newfoundland 

China 

Miquelon and St. 
Pierre 

United States.. . . 

Total 

138,583 

137,668 

34,417 00 

United States 


71,114 

17,778 50 

Curtain stretchers 

United States.. 



6,395 

l,9i8 50 

Doors of wood 

United States. 



111,204 

27,801 00 

Fishing rods 

I.nited TCinp^Hom. 



137 

59 

30,478 

41 10 
17 70 
9, 143 40 

Handles, D shovel, wholly of wood and wood 
handles for manufacture of D shovel handles. . . . 

Handles of all kinds, ash.. 

Japan 


United States 


Total 



30,674 

9,202 20 

L'nited States 



68,183 

10,227 45 

United States.. 



66,395 

16,598 75 

Handles of all kinds, hickorv. . 

France 



20 

54,576 

5 00 
13,044 00 

Heading and stave bolts and staves in the rough of 
poplar 

United States 


Total 



54,596 

13,649 00 

Tmtf*d Stflfps 



80 

16 00 

Lasts of wood 




17,992 

4,498 00 

Matches of wood 




36 

198 

148 

110 

1,363 

462 

17,083 

9 00 
49 50 
37 00 
27 50 
340 75 
115 50 
4,270 75 

Mouldings, plain, gilded or otherwise further 
manufactured. 

Australia 


Hong Kong 


Japan 


N orway 


Sweden 


United States 


Total 



19,400 

1 

4,850 00 

United Kingdom 





United States 


41,805 

10,451 25 





41,805 

10,451 25 


TRADE REPORT— PART I 


317 


SESSIONAL PAPER No. 11 

Imported for Home Consumption — Continued. 


Preferential Tariff. 

Treaty Rates. 

Total. 


Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty Coll’d 

No. 

S 

S cts. 

No 

$ 

$ cts. 

No. 

$ 

$ cts. 

01 Q 

■ 219 

38 33 



1 

219 

219 

38 33 


• 



16,524 

18,188 

4,547 00 

91 Q 

219 

38 33 




16,743 

18,407 

- 4,585 33 






3,336 

1 n=;i 

183 93 




4,636 

1,551 

308 93 





12 

15 

3 75 







921 

726 

181 .50 







330 

330 

82 50 







.279 

195 

48 75 







135,741 

135,902 

33,975 50 

3,336 

1,0.51 

183 93 




141,919 

138,719 

34,600 93 













71,114 

17,778 50 








6,395 

1,918 50 








111,204 

\ 

27,801 00 


9 Q37 

587 40 





3,074 

628 50 







59 

17 70 








.30,478 

9, 143 40 


2,937 

587 40 





33,611 

9,789 60 



s 





68,183 

10,227 45 








66,395 

16,598 75 

* V 







20 

5 00 








54,. 576 

13,644 00 








54,596 

13,649 00 








80 

16 00 








17,992 

4,498 00 


60S 

106 41 





644 

115 41 





. 

19S 

49 50 








14^ 

37 00 





2,601 

585 4.' 


2,712 

612 95 







1,365 

340 75 








462 

115 50 








17,08C 

4,270 75 


60f 

106 4 



2,60. 

1 585 4f 


22,61( 

5,541 86 


1. 

5 2 6 

3 




1, 

41,80', 

2 63 






10,451 25 


1 

5 2 6 

3 




41,82( 

) 10,453 88 


{ 


318 


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9 GEORGE V, A. 1919 

No. 22.— General Statement of ^Merchandise 


Articles. 


Countries. 


General Tariff. 



Quantity. 

Value. , 

Duty. 


No. 

.? 

S cts. 

United States 

288 

74 

16 65 



United States 

1,758 

19,051 

5,715 30 


United Kingdom.... 



5 25 
4,751 60 

United States 


13,576 



Total 


13,591 

4,756 85 



United States 


29,523 

7,380 75 



Japan 


311 

62 20 
5,968 80 

United States.. 


29,844 



Total 


y 30, 155 

6,031 00 



Japan 


10 

2 50 

United States 


21,562 

5,390 50 



Total 


21,572 

5,393 00 



United Kingdom.... 


89“> 

223 00 

Hong Kong 


1,828 

60 

457 00 

Newfoundland 


15 00 

China 


63 


France 


1, 753 
96 

438 25 

Holland 


24 00 

Italy r 


4 

1 00 

Japan 


6,084 

3 

1,521 00 
0 75 

Sweden , . . . 


Switzerland 


1,690 

1,590,212 

422 50 

United States 


397,553 00 



Total 


1,602,685 

400,671 25 



United States 

M ft. 
8,805 

161,599 

40,399 75 

United Kingdom.... 




Japan 




United States 


33,081 

6,616 20 



Total 


33,358 

6,671 60 



United States 


234,096 

17,557 52 



United States 


64,314 

9,647 10 



United Kingdom... . 


265 

79 50 

B. W. Indies 


Hong Kong 


1 

0 30 

Japan 


675 

202 50 

United States 


15,472 

4,641 60 



Total 


16,41'3 

4,923 90 




Dutl\ble Goods — Continued. 

Wood and manufactures of — Con. 

Rakes, hay 


Refrigerators 

Show cases of all kinds and metal parts thereof.. . 

Window sash 

Woodenware, churns, n.o.p., washboards, poun 
and rolling pins 


Woodenware pails and tubs 


Manufactures of wood, n.o.p. 


Sawed boards, planks, deals, planed or dressed on 
one or both sides, when the edges thereof are 
jointed or tongued and grooved. 

Umbrella, parasol and sunshade sticks or 
handles, n.o.p. 


\ eneers of oak, rosewood, mahogany, Spanish 
cedar and walnut, not over 3-32 of an inch in 
thickness. 

A eneers of wood, n.o.p., not over 3-32 of an inch in 
thickness. 

alking sticks and walking canes of all kinds 


TRADE REPORT— PART 1 


319 


\ 


SESSIONAL PAPER No. 11 


Imported for Home Consumption — Continued. 


Preferential Tariff. 

Treaty Rates. 

Total. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty Coll’d 

No. 

S 

S cts. 

No. 

S 

S cts. 

No. 

288 

S 

74 

$ cts. 
16 65 













1,758 

19,051 

5,715 30 








1,232 

277 21 





1,247 

13,576 

282 46 
4,T51 60 














1,232 

277 21 





14,823 

5,034 06 













29,523 

7,380 75 















311 

29,844 

62 20 
5,968 80 






















30, 155 

6,031 00 












4 

0 91 

- 

14 

21,562 

3 41 
5,390 50 

















4 

0 91 


21,576 

5,393 91 







J 

43,356 

7,587 53 


1,918 

431 55 


46, 166 
1,828 
60 
63 

14,207 

96 

4 

29,223 

3 

4,404 

1,590,212 

8,242 08 
457 00 
15 00 
15 75 
3,240 49 
24 00 
1 00 
6,727 37 
0 75 
1,033 15 
397,553 00 



















12,454 

2,802 24 

















23,139 

5,206 37 











2,714 

610 65 














43,356 

7,587 .53 


40,225 

9,050 81 


1,686 266 

417,309 59 

M ft. 



M ft. 


* 

M ft. 
8,805 

161,599 

40.399 75 


240 

36 00 





240 

277 

36 00 
55 40 
6,616 20 













33,081 









240 

36 00 





33,598 

6,707 60 








234,096 

17,557 52 








64,314 

9,647 10 


2,705 

29 

541 00 
5 80 





2,970 

29 

1 

675 

620 50 
5 80 
0 30 
202 50 
4,641 60 

























15,472 



/ 






2,734 

546 80 





19,147 

5,470 70 


320 


CUSTOMS DEPARTMEXT 


t 

9 GEORGE V, A. 191g 

Xo. 22. — General Statement of Merchandise 


Articles. 

Countries. 

General Tariff. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty. 

Dutl\ble Goods — Continued. 
Wood and manufactures of — Con. 

United States 


S 

475,394 

$ cts. 

118,848 50 

Total, wood and manufactures of 




3,345,519 

783,967 82 

Wool, manufactures of, viz: — 

pompospH wholly of pure wool. 



T’^nited KintydoTn.. . 

Pair. 




United States 

Total 

10,644 

31,044 

10,865 40 

10,644 

• ’ 

31,044 

10,865 40 

United Kingdom — 

France.. 

United States 

Yd. 

4,419 

2,307 

379,383 

7,. 300 
3,131 
589,772 

2,555 00 
1,095 85 
206,420 20 

Coatings and overcoatings 

T weeds.. 

Total 

United Kingdom — 
United States 

Total 

386,109 

600,203 

210,071 05 

2,678 

72,960 

5,320 

126,261 

1,862 00 
44,191 35 

75,638 

131,581 

46,053 35 

United Kingdom.... 

France 

United States 

2, 775 
164 
169,151 

3,061 

71 

178,210 

1,071 35 
24 85 
62,373 50 

Felt cloth, n.o.p 

Total 

United Kingdom.. . . 

France.. 

T^nited States 

172,090 

181,342 

63,469 70 

105 

928 

45,607 

370 
1 , 057 
78,044 

129 50 
369 95 
27,315 40 

Flannels, plain, not fancv 

Total 

46,640 

79,471 

27,814 85 

United Kingdom — 
■Japan 

2,002 

90 

98,523 

338 

20 

26, 756 

118 30 
7 00 
9,364 60 

1 

Knitted goods, n.o.p 

United States 

Total 

100,615 

27,114 

9,489 90 



5,153 
1 , 285 
3,. 576 
1,409 
164,125 

• 

1,803 55 
449 75 
1,251 60 
493 15 
57,443 75 

Bed comforters 

France.. 


Japan 


Switzerland 


United States 


Total 



175,548 

61,441 80 



Xo. 

415 

1,202 

420 70 

Railway rugs 

United Kingdom 

United States 


288 

22,270 

100 80 
7,794 .50 


Total 



22,558 

7,895 30 




TRADE REPORT— PART 1 


321 


SESSIONAL PAPER No. 11 

Imported for Home Consumption — Continued. 


Preferential Tariff. 

Treaty Rates. 

Total. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty Coll’d 


$ 

$ cts. 


$ 

$ cts. 

• 

S 

475,394 

$ cts. 
118,848 50 


52,392 

9,366 24 


42,831 

9,637 17 


3,440,742 

802,971 23 




Pair 

13,423 

71,502 

16,088 12 

Pair. 



Pair. 

13,423 

10,644 

71,502 

31,044 

16,088 12 
10,865 40 










13, '423 

71,502 

16,088 12 




24,067 

102,546 

26,953 52 




Yd. 

1,253,658 

1,767,896 

530,368 80 

Yd. 



Yd. 

1,258,077 

2,307 

379,383 

1,775,196 

3,131 

589,772 

532,923 80 
1,095 85 
206,420 20 
















1,253,658 

1,767,896 

530,368 80 




1,639,767 

2,368,099 

740,439 85 




582, 543 

889,973 

266,991 90 




585,221 

72,960 

895, 293 
126,261 

268,853 90 
44,191 35 










582, 543 

889,973 

266,991 90 




6.58, 181 

1,021,554 

313,045 25 




1,477,340 

1,294,640 

388,392 00 




1,480,115 

164 

169,151 

V - 

1,297,701 

71 

178,210 

389,463 35 
24 85 
62,373 50 
















1,477,340 

1,294,640 

388,392 00 




1,649,430 

1,475,982 

451,861 70 




^ 18,324 

37,843 

11,352 90 




18,429 

928 

45,607 

38,213 

1,057 

78,044 

11,482 40 
369 95 
27,315 40 
















18,324 

37,843 

11,352 90 




64,964 

117,314 

39,167 75 




584,670 

164,830 

37,087 09 




586, 672 
90 

98,523 

165,168 

20 

26, 756 

37,205 39 
7 00 
9,364 60 
















584,670 

164,830 

, 37,087 09 


, 


685,285 

191,944 

46,576 99 





416,497 

93,712 65 





421,650 

1,285 

3,576 

1,409 

164,125 

95,516 20 
449 75 
1,251 60 
493 15 
57,443 75 



































416,497 

93,712 65 





592,045 

155,154 45 






No. 



No. 



No. 

415 

1,202 

420 70 








52,901 

15,870 30 





53,189 

22,270 

15,971 10 
7,794 50 














52,901 

15,870 30 





75,459 

23,765 60 







11— i— 21 


322 


CUSTOMS DEPARTMENT 


9 GEORGE V, A. 1919 

No. 22. — General Statement of Merchandise 


Articles. 


Dutiable Good’s — Continued. 

Wool, manufactures of — Con. 

Shawls 

Shirts 

Socks and stockings 


United Kingdom. 

Japan 

United States 


United Kingdom . 
United States 


United Kingdom. 

China 

France 

Japan 

United States. . . . 


Undershirts and drawers, n.o.p. 


United Kingdom. 

Japan 

Switzerland 

United States 


Yarns, composed wholly or in part of wool, 
worsted, the hair of the goat or like animal, 
n.o.p., costing thirty cents per pound or over, 
when imported on the cop, cone, or tube, or in 
the hank, by manufacturers of woollen goods, 
for use exclusively in their owm factories. 


Yarns, w'oollen and worsted, n.o.p. 


All fabrics and manufactures composed wholly or 
in part of wool, worsted, etc., n.o.p. 


Fabrics of w'ool, or of cotton and wool, commonly 
described and sold as lustres, mohairs, alpaca 
and Italian linings. 


Countries. 


Total . 


T otal . 


Total. 


Total. 


United Kingdom. 
United States. . . . 


Total. 


United Kingdom. 

France 

Japan 

United States. . . . 


Total. 


United Kingdom . 

France 

Germany 

Italy 

Japan 

Spain 

United States 


Total. 


United Kingdom . 
United States . . . . 


Total. 


General Tariff. 


Quantity. Value. Duty 


Doz. 


44 

209 


253 


Doz. pr. 
1,001 
1 

59 

51 

45,825 


46,937 


Lb. 

4,517 

428,955 


433,472 


2,307 

151 

20 

30,579 


33,057 


Yd. 
4,742 
76,996 


81,738 


11,166 

2 

6,713 


17,881 


494 

2,991 


3,485 


3,264 

2 

204 

128 

118,804 


122,402 


1,499 

791 

3,133 

66,381 


71,804 


8,858 

738,709 


747,567 


3,504 

933 

28 

44,753 


49,218 


72,246 

16,316 

50 

170 

1,457 

1,115 

1,733,732 


1,825,086 


2,511 

34,996 


37,507 


$ cts. 


3,908 10 
0 70 
2,349 55 


6,258 35 


172 90 
1,046 85 


1,219 75 


1,142 40 
0 70 
71 40 
44 80 
41,581 40 


42,840 70 


524 65 
276 85 
1,096 55 
23,233 35 


25,131 40 


1,771 60 
147,741 80 


149,513 40 


1,051 20 
279 90 
8 40 
13,425 90 


14,765 40 


25,286 10 
5,710 60 
17 50 
59 50 
509 95 
390 25 
606,806 20 


638,780 10 


878 85 
12,248 60 


13,127 45 


TRADE REPORT— PART 1 


323 




SESSIONAL PAPER No. 11 

Imported for Home Consumption — Continued. 


Preferential Tariff. 

Treaty Rates. 

Total. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty Coll’d 


S 

99,166 

$ cts. 
29,749 80 

- 

$ 

$ cts. 


$ 

110,332 

2 

6,713 

$ cts. 

33,657 90 
0 70 
2,349 55 





















99,166 

29,749 80 





117,047 

36,008 15 






Doz. 

940 

15,274 

4,582 20 

Doz. 



Doz. 

984 

209 

15,768 

2,991 

4,755 10 
1,046 85 










940 

15,274 

4,582 20 




1,193 

18, 759 

5,801 95 




Doz. pr. 
248,601 

791,241 

197,810 25 

Doz. pr. 



Doz. pr. 
249,602 
1 

59 

51 

45,825 

794,505 

2 

204 

128 

118,804 

198,952 65 
0 70 
71 40 
44 80 
41,581 40 




























248,601 

791,241 

197,810 25 




295, 538 

913,643 

240, 650 95 





100,259 

22,558 40 





101,758 

791 

3,133 

66,381 

23,083 05 
276 85 
1,096 55 
23,233 35 




























100, 259 

22,558 40 





172,063 

47,689 80 






Lb. 

1,638,342 

1,963,126 

245,391 21 

Lb. 



Lb. 

1,642,859 

428,955 

1,971,984 

738,709 

247,162 81 
147,741 80 










1,638,342 

1,963,126 

245,391 21 




2,071,814 

2,710,693 

394,904 61 




371,316 

501,739 

100,347 80 

• 



373,623 

151 

20 

30,579 

505,243 

933 

28 

44,753 

101,399 00 
279 90 
8 40 
13,425 90 






















371,316 

501,739 

100,347 80 




404,373 

550,957 

115,113 20 





5,613,385 

1,684,015 50 





5,685,631 

16,316 

50 

170 

1,457 

1,115 

1,733,732 

1,709,301 60 
5,710 60 
17 50 
59 50 
509 95 
390 25 
606,806 20 

















































5,613,385 

1,684,015 50 





7,438,471 

2,322,795 60 






Yd. 

2,385,056 

1,145,752 

257,794 76 

Yd. 



Yd. 

2,389,798 

76,996 

1,148,263 

34,996 

258,673 61 
12,248 60 










2,385,056 

1.145.7.52 

2.57.794 7fi 




. 2,466,794 

1,183,259 

270,922 21 

... 1 





11— i— 21^ 


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CUSTOMS DEPARTMENT 


9 GEORGE V, A. 1919 

No. 22 . — General Statement of Merchandise 


Articles. 


Countries. 


General Tariff. 


Quantity. Value 


Duty. 


Dtm.^BLE Goods — Continued. 

Wool, manufactures of — Con. 

Women’s and children’s dress goods, coat linings, 
Italian cloths, alpacas, Orleans, cashmeres, hen- 
riettas, serges, buntings, nun’s cloth, bengalines, 
whip cords, twills, plains or jacquards or similar 
fabrics, composed wholls' or in part of wool, 
worsted, the hair of the camel, alpaca, goat or 
like animal, not exceeding in weight six ounces to 
the square j^ard, when imported in the gray or 
unfinished state for the purpose of being dyed or 
finished in Canada. 

Clothing, women’s and children’s outside gar- 
ments. 


Sq Yd. 


•S cts. 


United Kingdom . 
United States. . . . 


Total. 


United Kingdom. 

Hong Kong 

France 

Switzerland 

United States 


Total. 


Clothing, ready-made, and wearing apparel, com- 
posed wholly or in part of wool worsted, etc., 
n.o.p. 


United Kingdom. 

B. W. Indies 

Hong Kong 

France 

Japan 

United States. . . . 


T otal . 


Carpets, axminster, all kinds, in the roll. 


United Kingdom. 
United States. . . . 


Total. 


Carpets, axminster all kinds, in squares. 


United Kingdom . 
United States. . . . 

Total 


Carpets, brussels and wilton, all kinds, in the roll 


Carpets, brussels and wilton, all kinds, in squares. 


United Kingdom. 
United States. . . . 


Total. 


United Kingdom. 
United States. . . . 


Total . 


Carpets, tapestry and velvets, in the roll. 


United Kingdom. 

Italy 

United States. . . . 


Total. 


Carpets, tapestri' and velvet, all kinds, in squares 


United Kingdom. 

Hong Kong 

United States. . . . 


T otal . 


3,914 


4,665 


1,166 25 


3,914 


4,665 


1,166 25 


2,737 

133 

50 

218 

1,209,615 


957 95 
46 55 
17 50 
76 30 
423,365 25 


1,212,753 


424,463 55 


6,942 

344 

115 

44 

63 

591,171 


2,429 '70 
120 40 
40 25 
15 40 
22 05 
206,909 85 


598,679 


209,537 65 


Yd. 


38 

496 


75 

1,864 


26 25 
652 40 


534 


1,939 


678 65 


No. 

55 

1,649 


2,229 

17,874 


780 15 
6,255 90 


1,704 


20,103 


7,036 05 


Yd. 

' 150 

217 


700 

726 


245 00 
254 10 


367 


1,426 


499 10 


No. 


127 

584 


3,031 

14,391 


1,060 85 
5,036 85 


711 


17,422 


6,097 70 


Yd. 

81 

33 

6,484 


69 

30 

6,914 


24 15 
10 50 
2,419 90 


6,598 


7,013 


2,454 55 


No. 

215 
. 1 
1,200 

1,416 


1,237 

50 

10,841 

12,128 


432 95 
17 50 
3,794 35 

4,244 80 


TRADE REPORT— PART I 


325 


SESSIONAL PAPER No. 11 


Imported for Home Consumption — Continued. 


Preferential Tariff. 

Treaty Rates. 

Total. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty Coll’d 

Sq. yd. 
1,947,651 

$ 

1,186,968 

$ cts. 

178,045 20 

Sq. yd. 

S 

f cts. 

Sq.yd. 

1,947,651 

3,914 

S 

1,186,968 

4,665 

$ cts. 

178,045 20 
1,166 25 







1,947,651 

1,186,968 

178,045 20 




1,951,565 

1,191,633 

179,211 45 


135,095 

40,528 50 





137,832 

133 

50 

218 

1,209,615 

41,486 45 
46 55 
17 50 
76 30 
423,365 25 



































135,095 

40,528 50 





1,347,848 

464,992 05 







414,190 

124,257 00 





421,132 

344 

115 

44 

63 

591,171 

126,686 70 
120 40 
40 25 
15 40 
22 05 
206,909 85 










































414,190 

124,257 00 





1,012,869 

333,794 65 






Yd. 

28,675 

47,510 

11,877 50 

Yd. 



Yd. 

28,713 

496 

47, 585 
1,864 

11,903 75 
652 40 







28, 675 

47,510 

11,877 50 




29,209 

49,449 

12,556 15 

No. 

4,809 

89,223 

22,305 75 

No. 



No. 

4,864 

1,649 

91,452 

17,874 

23,085 90 
6,255 90 






. 

4,809 

89,223 

22,305 75 




6,513 

109,326 

29,341 80 

Yd. 

17,499 

29,512 

7,378 00 

Yd. 



Yd. 

17,649 

217 

30,212 

726 

7,623 00 
254 10 







17,499 

29,512 

7,378 00 




17,866 

30,938 

7,877 10 

No. 

8,633 

163,811 

40,952 75 

No. 



No. 

8,760 

584 

166,842 

14,391 

42,013 60 
5,036 85 







8,633 

163,811 

40,952 75 




9,344 

181,233 

47,050 45 

Yd. 

94,094 

62,234 

15,558 50 

Yd. 



Yd. 

94,175 

33 

6,484 

62,303 

30 

6,914 

15,582 65 
10 50 
2,419 90 



* 



V 







94,094 

62,234 

15,558 50 




100, 692 

69,247 

18,013 05 

No. 

29,952 

240,830 

60,207 50 

No. 



No. 

30,167 

1 

1,200 

242,067 

50 

10,841 

60, 640 45 
17 50 
3,794 35 













29,952 

240,830 

60,207 50 




31,368 

252, 958 

64,452 30 


326 


CUSTOMS DEPARTMENT 


9 GEORGE V, A. 1919 

No. 22. — General Statement of Merchandise 


Articles . 


Dutiable Goods — Continued. 

Wool, manufactures of — Con. 

Carpets, ingrain, 2- and 3-ply, all wool or union, or 
paper fibre, in the roll 


Carpets, ingrain, 2- and 3-ply, all wool or union, or 
paper fibre, all kinds, in squares. 


Carpets, oriental and hand woven, squares, all 
kinds. 


Countries. 


United Kingdom. 


United Kingdom. 
United States 


Total. 


United Kingdom — 

B. India 

Japan 

United States... ,. . . 


Mats and hearth rugs, up to 3 ft. x 6 ft. and runners 


Felt, pressed, of all kinds not filled or covered by 
or with any woven fabric. 


W'ool, viz: — 

Leicester, Cotswold, Lincolnshire, South Down 
combing wools, or wools known as lustre wools 
and other like combing wools, such as are grown 
in Canada. 


Worsted tops made from such wools as are men- 
tioned in the preceding item. 


Total, wool and manufactures of. 


Zinc, manufactures of, n.o.p. 


Damaged goods, under sections 49 to 53 of Rev. Stat. 
cap. 32. 


Total. 


United Kingdom. 

B. India 

China.-. 

France 

Japan .' 

United States 


Total. 


United Kingdom. 

France 

United States 


Total. 


United Kingdom. 
Newfoundland. . . . 
Llnited States 


Total. 


United Kingdom. 
United States 


Total. 


United Kingdom. 

Japan 

United States 


Total. 


United Kingdom. 

Australia 

United States 

Venezuela 


Total. 


General Tariff. 


Quantity. Value. Duty 


Yd. 


31 


No. 


344 


344 


52 

24 

29 

538 


643 


Lb. 

390 

72 

1,678,228 


1,678,690 


351 

32 


383 


86 


2,584 


2,584 


2,175 

4,881 

249 

42,516 


49,821 


3,221 

185 

194 

280 

15,144 

101,220 


120,244 


249 

32 

322,527 


322,808 


231 

16 


247 


4,496 


4,496 


6,501,427 


8 

76,467 


76,475 


412 

5,974 

474 

223 

7,083 


S cts. 


30 10 


904 40 


904 40 


761 25 
1,708 35 
87 15 
14,880 60 


17,437 35 


1,127 35 
64 75 
67 90 
98 00 
5,300 40 
35,427 00 


42,085 40 


62 25 
8 00 
80,631 75 


80,702 00 


10 53 
0 96 


11 49 


674 40 


674 40 


2,127,182 04 


2 00 
19,116 75 


19,118 75 


51 35 
1,021 25 
74 07 
60 21 

1,206 88 


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Imported for Home Consumption — Continued. 


Preferential Tariff. 

Treaty Rates. 

Total. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty Coll’d 

Yd. 

1,279 

$ 

1,694 

$ cts. 
423 50 

Yd. 

S 

$ cts. 

Yd. 

1,310 

S 

1,780 

$ cts. 
453 60 

No. 

95 

1,180 

295 00 

No. 



No. ' 

95 

344 

1,180 

2,584 

295 00 
904 40 







95 

1,180 

295 po 




439 

3,764 

1,199 40 

1,304 

3 

28,788 

89 

7,197 00 
22 25 




1,356 

27 

29 

538 

30,963 

4,970 

249 

42,516 

7,958 25 
1,730 60 
87 15 
14,880 60 













1,307 

28,877 

7,219 25 




1,950 

78,698 

24,656 60 


125,136 

31,284 00 





128,357 

185 

194 

280 

15,144 

101,220 

32,411 35 
" 64 75 

67 90 
98 00 
5,300 40 
35,427 00 










































125,136 

31,284 00 





245,380 

73,369 40 






Lb. 

56,949 

48,865 

7,. 329 75 

Lb. 



Lb. 

57,339 

72 

1,678,228 

49,114 

32 

322,527 

7,392 00 
8 00 
80,631 75 













56,949 

48,865 

7,329 75 




1,735,639 

371,673 

88,031 75 

2,707 

1,008 

54 14 




2,707 

351 

32 

1,008 

231 

16 

54 14 
10 53 
0 96 













2,707 

1,008 

54 14 




3,090 

1,255 

65 63 


609 

60 90 





609 

4,496 

60 90 
674 40 














609 

60 90 





5,105 

735 30 







17,502,766 

4,449,890 92 





24,004,193 

6,577,072 96 







311 

46 65 





311 

8 

76,467 

46 65 
2 00 
19,116 75 





















311 

46 65 





76,786 

19,165 40 













412 

5,974 

474 

223 

51 35 
1,021 25 
74 07 
60 21 




































7,083 

1,206 88 









I 


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No. 22. — General Statement of Merchandise 


Articles. 


Dutiable Goods — Continued. 

Materials, ex-warehoused for construction of 
vessels. 


Prepaid postal parcels. 


Special duty on articles shipped to Canada at 
lower than usual home trade price 


Additional duties, post entries, over collections, 
etc. 


Countries. 


United Kingdom. 

Australia . . 

Sweden 

United States 


Total. 


United Kingdom. 

Australia 

France 


Total. 


General Tariff. 


Quantity. Value 


1,466 

307 

20,578 

1 , 643,691 


1 , 666,042 


21,878 

10 

11 


21,899 


460 , 774,948 


Duty. 


I cts. 

5 70 
0 23 
73 18 
5,163 17 


5,242 28 


7,153 92 
4 33 
4 40 


7,162 65 


58,476 25 


739,055 03 


40 , 993,666 13 


140 , 546.394 45 


War tax 

Grand total, dutiable goods, merchandise. 


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Imported for Home Consumption- — Continued. 


Preferential Tariff. 

Treaty Rates. 

Total. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty Coll’d 


$ 

S cts. 


S 

$ cts. 


S 

1,466 

307 

20,578 

1,643,691 

$ cts. 

5 70 
0 23 
73 18 
5,163 17 




































1,666,042 

5,242 28 















21,878 

10 

11 

7,153 92 
4 33 
4 40 





























21,899 

7,162 65 
















58,476 25 

















739,055 03 











4,024,896 14 




" 


45,018,562 27 








■) 

69,701,282 

18,399,402 43 


11,865,292 

2,649,831 63 


542,341,522 

161,595,628 51 


> 


s. 


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No. 22. — General Statement of Merchandise Imported for Home Consump- 
tion — C ontinued . 


Articles. 


Countries. 


Quantity. 


Value. 


FREE GOODS. 


PRODUCE OF THE MINE. 


Burrstones in blocks, rough or unmanufactured, not bound 
up or prepared for binding into mill stones. 

Chalk, China or Cornwall stone, cliff stone, and felspar, 
fluorspar, magnesite and mica schist, ground or unground 


Clays, viz: — 

China clay, ground or unground . 


France. 


Fire Clay, ground or unground. 


Pipe clay, ground or unground. 


Clays, all other, n.o.p. 


Total, clays. 


Coal, anthracite, and anthracite dust. 


Earths, crude only. 


Emery, in bulk, crushed or ground . 


Flint, and ground flint stones. 


Fossils. 


United Kingdom . 

Newfoundland 

United States. . . . 


Total. 


Total. 


United Kingdom. 
United States. . . . 


Total. 


United Kingdom. 
United States.'. . . 


Total. 


United Kingdom. 

Hong Kong 

Japan 

United States. . . . 


Total. 


United Kingdom . 
United States. . . . , 


Total. 


United Kingdom. 
United States. . . . 


Total. 


United Kingdom. 
United States. . . . 


Total. 


Denmark 

United States. 

Total 


United States. 


No. 


641 


United Kingdom. . . 
United States. . . . 


Cwt. 
106,615 
112,246 


218,861 


Ton. 

3,280 

5 , 253,014 


1,197 


72,888 
10, 148 
202,383 


285,419 


43,536 

55,113 


98 649 


13,125 

306,839 


319,964 


53 

2,367 


2,420 


125 

12 

44 

35,017 


35, 198 


742,847 


25,598 

28 , 021,628 


5 , 256,294 


28 , 047,226 


4 

4,116 


4,120 


4,155 

66,321 


70,476 


Cwt. 

2,121 

80,287 


1,935 

72,587 


82,408 


74,522 


10,787 


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No. 22. — General Statement of Merchandise Imported for Home Consump- 
tion — Continued. 


Articles. 

Countries. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Free Goods — Continued. 
THE MINE — Con. 

United Kingdom. . . 


$ 

12,743 

3,241 

rrfiTmisfpr 

United States 


Total 



15,984 

United Kingdom . . . 
United States 


Cwt. 

829 

184,089 

459 

28,644 


T otal 

184,918 

29,103 

United Kingdom . . . 
France 

Ton . 

20 

7 

25 

320,407 

94 

67 

137 

315,402 

Ctypsiimj ririiHp ^snlphafft of limfil 

Japan 

United States 

Total 

320,459 

315,700 

United States 

35 

550 

Pumice and pumice stone lava and calcareous tufa, not 
further manufactured than ground . 

Minerals, viz: — 

.AltimiTia, 

United Kingdom . . . 


250 

1,158 

9 

29,514 

Italy 


Japan 


United States 


T otal 



30,931 



United States 

Cwt. 

1,651,097 

1,755,720 

\ 

Cryolite or kryolite 

United Kingdom. . . 
TTnitpH Sta.tps 

113 

13,589 

1,497 

129,739 

Litharge 

Total 

13,702 

131,236 

United Kingdom . . . 
United States 

2 

23,828 

31 

240,237 

ft 

Total , minprals 

Total 

23,830 

240, 268 


1,688,629 

2,127,224 

Mineral waters, natural, not in bottles 


United States 

Gal. 

1,684 

425 

Ores of metal, n.o.p / 

United States 

Cwt. 

2,890,618 

2,763,157 

Phosphafp roplf ffprtilizpr) 

United States 


69,837 

Diamonds, unset 

United Kingdom. . . 



1,224,113 

Diamond dust or bort, and black diamonds for borers. . . . 

United Kingdom... 



16,842 

1,214 

124,556 

Franpp. 


United States 


Total 



142,612 




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No. 22. — General Statement of Merchandise Imported for Home Consump- 
tion — C ontinued . 


Articles. 


Free Goods — Continued 

THE MINE — Con. 

Salt, imported from the United Kingdom, or any British 
Possession: or imported for the use of the sea or guH 
fisheries (see Dutiable Goods). 


Countries. 

Quantity. 

Value. 


Cwt. 

$ 

FTnited Kingdom. . . 

1,154,470 

581,975 

B. W. Indies 

481,285 

80, 599 

Newfoundland 

6,768 

4,769 

Portugal 

19,379 

2,235 

Spain 

323,505 

.33,481 

United States 

380,856 

154,301 


Stone, refuse, not saivTi, hammered or chiselled, not fit for 
flagstone, building stone or paving. 


Silex or crystallized quartz, ground or unground. 


Newfoundland. 
United States. 


Whiting, gilders’ whiting and Paris white. 


Total, mine 

The Fisheries. 


Ambergris 

Fish offal or refuse. 


Fur skins, undressed, the produce of marine animals. 


Pearl, mother of, unmanufactured. 
Squid 


Tortoise and other shells, unmanufactured. 


Total. 


Total. 


United Kingdom. 
United States 


2,366,263 


Ton. 
137,030 
365,237 


502, 267 


Cwt. 


Total. 


United Kingdom. 
United States 


Total. 


United States. 


Newfoundland. 
United States. 


Total. 


Newfoundland . 
United States.. 


Total 

United States. 


Hong Kong 

Newfoundland. 

China 

Japan 

United States. 


Total. 


B.W. Indies. . . 

France 

United States. 

Total 


\ o 
16,389 


16,394 


197,994 
85, 365 


283,359 


857,360 


89,351 

171,438 


260,789 


7 

14, 786 


14,793 


108,602 

80,351 


188,953 


36,991,509 


272 


10 

30,235 


30, 245 


158 

3,607 


3,765 


25,568 


11,220 

5,326, 

303 

6,033 

22,113 


44,995 


31 

11 

19,557 
19, 599 


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No. 22. — General Statement of Merchandise Imported for Home Consump- 
tion — C ontinued . 


Articles. 

Countries. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Fkee Goods — Continued. 

THE FISHERIES — Con. 

Turtles 

Hong Kong 


$ 

40 

6 

2,842 

Whale bone, unmanufactured 

N e wf ound land 


United States 


Total 



2,888 

United States 


Lb. 

370 

328 

Seed and breeding oysters, imported for the purpose of 
being planted in Canadian waters. 

Live fish and fish eggs for propagating purposes 

United-States 


'4,515 

United States 



2,429 

Special from Newfoundland. 

Fish — Cod, haddock, ling and pollock, fresh 


. 

Newfoundland 

725,339 

' 

26,699 

Cod, haddock, ling and pollock, dry, salted, or smoked. 
Halibut, fresh 

Newfoundland 

Newfoundland 

Cwt. 

72,068 

472,732 

Lb. 

157,906 

16,062 

Halibut, pickled 

Newfoundland 

90 

5 

Herring, fresh 

Newfoundland 

514,917 

14,278 

Herring, pickled 

Newfoundland 

12,473,546 

500,732 

Herring, smoked 

• 

Newfoundland 

111,625 

7,014 

Sea fish, other, fresh 

N e wfoundland 

186, 172 

10, 142 

Sea fish, other, pickled 

Newfoundland 

1,334,620 

73,075 

Lobsters, preserved, in cans 

Newfoundland 

108,944 

40,348 

Salmon, fresh 

Newfoundland 

186,370 

16,897 

Salmon, smoked 

N e wfoundland 

370 

61 

Salmon, canned 

N e wfoundland 

2,670 

558 

Salmon, pickled 

Newfoundland 

1,147,260 

83,920 

Total, fish from Newfoundland 



1,262,523 





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No. 22. — General Statement of Merchandise Imported for Home Consump- 
tion — C ontinued . 


Articles. 


Free Goods — Continued. 

THE FISHERIES — Con. 

Special from Newfoundland — Concluded. 


Fish oil, viz: — 
Cod 


Seal. 


Other. 


Total, fish oil from Newfoundland. 


Other articles, produce of the fisheries, n.o.p. 
Total, fisheries .'. . . 


The Forest. 
Corkwood, unmanufactured, n.o.p. . 


Corkwood or cork bark unmanufactured, imported by 
manufacturers for use in their own factories in the manu- 
facture of corks, strips, shives, shells, and washers of cork 


Felloes of hickory or oak, not further manufactured than 
rough sawn or bent to shape. 

Handle, heading, stave and shingle bolts; n.o.p 


Hickory billets. 


Hickory and oak spokes, not further manufactured than 
rough turned and not tenoned, mitred or sized. 

Hub, last, wagon, oar and gun blocks, and all like blocks 
or sticks, rough hewn or sawn only, and scale board for 
cheese boxes. 

Ivory nuts (vegetable) 


Fence posts and railroad ties. 


Logs, and round unmanufactured timber. 


Lumber and timber, planks and boards, when not other- 
wise manufactured than rough sawn or split or creo- 
soted, vulcanized, or treated by any other preserving 
process, viz: — 

Cherry, chestnut, gum wood, hickory and whitewood... . 


Countries. 


Quantity. 


Newfoundland. 


Newfoundland. 


Newfoundland. 


Newfoundland. 


United Kingdom. 

Portugal 

United States 


Total. 


Portugal 

LTnited States. 

Total 


United States. 


United States. 


United States. 


United States. 


United States. 


United States. 


United States. 


United States. 


Australia 

United States. 

Total 


Gal. 


368,239 


81,269 


64,077 


513,585 


M. ft. 


67 

29,613 

29,680 


Value. 


334,483 


76,851 


74,144 


485,478 


1,436 


1,884,041 


111 
3,213 
14, 192 


17,516 


1,340 

5,537 


6,877 


91,702 


240,326 


48,673 


183,680 


53,823 


52, 740 


996,500 


564,540 


3,369 

1,020,423 

1,023 792 


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No. 22. — General Statement of Merchandise Imported for Home Consump- 
tion — C ontinued. 


Articles. 

Countries. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Free Goods — Continued. 

THE FOREST — Con. 

Lumber and timber, planks and boards, etc. — Con. 

United Kingdom 

B. W. Indies 

Feet. 

1,540 

30 

754,571 

$ 

276 

7 

107,583 

Oak 

United States 

T ot.al 

756, 141 

107,‘866 

United States 

M. ft. 
46,772 

1,976,446 

Pl’t.pli pinft 

United Kingdom.... 
United States 


49 

51,766 

1,206 

1,395,007 

% 

wnnH 

T otal 

51,815 

1,396,213 

United States 

Feet. 

121,591 

4,816 

wrvoH 

United States 

1,119 

600 

Rpniiish oftHar 

United States 

514,847 

73,230 

Sycamore 

United States 

26,536 

796 

Walnut ' 

United States 

1,255,559 

89,378 

\ 

Whit^ aah 

United States..' 

909,580 

58,944 

African teak, amaranth, black heart, ebony, boxwood, 
cocoboral, dogwood, lignum vitae, persimmon, red 
cedar and satin wood. 

1 

Timber, hewn or sawn, squared or sided, or creosoted, 
etc. 

Planks, boards and other lumber of wood, sawn, split or 
cut, and dressed on one side only, but not further manu- 
factured. 

Pine and spruce clapboards. ....■*. 

United Kingdom.... 


152 
167 
364 
. 554 

7,597 
126 
2,056 
40, 500 

Australia 


B. Guiana 


B. W. Indies 


Siam 


Porto Rico 


Spain . 


United States 


Total 



51,516 

Australia 



307 
192, 188 

United States 


T otal 



192,495 

Newfoundland 

China 

United States 

Total 


M. Ft. 

2 

8 

73,759 

65 

100 

1,996,432 

73,769 

1,996,597 

LTnited States 

8 

183 




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No. 22. — General Statement of Merchandise Imported for Home Consump- 
tion — C ontinued . 


Articles. 


Free Goods — Continued. 
the forest — Con. 

Lumber and timber, planks and boards, etc. — Con. 
Laths 


Pickets. 

> 


Shingles. 


Staves of oak, sawn, split or cut, not further manufactured 
than listed or jointed. 


United States., 
tf^nited States. 
United States. 
United States. 


Total, lumber, timber, etc. 


Sawdust of wood, of all kinds. 


Treenails. 


Wood for fuel. 


Total, forest. 


Ani^i.^ls and their Produce. 

Animals for improvement of stock, via: — 
Horses 


Cattle . 


Sheep. 


Swine. 


Dogs. 


Goats. 


Countries. 


United States. 


United States. 


L^nited States. 


United Kingdom — 
United States 


Total. 


United Kingdom.... 
Ignited States 


Total. 


United Kingdom.... 
L'nited States 


Total. 


United States. 


United Kingdom 

United States 


Total. 


United Kingdom... 
United States 


Total. 


Quantity. 


M. 


3,457 


3,658 


5,220 


90 


Cord. 

20, 241 


No. 


47 

653 


700 


404 

547 


951 


275 

7,305 


7,580 


69 


105 

562 


667 


4 

21 

25 


Value. 


9,853 


7,399 


10,165 


174,646 


7, W 4,935 


18,727 


10,661 


60,609 


9,521,309 


19,443 

309,008 


328,451 


135,951 

255,540 


391,491 


18,642 

31,244 


49,886 


3,842 


6,012 

26,664 


32,676 


314 

848 

1,162 


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No. 22. — General Statement of Merchandise Imported for Home Consump- 
tion — C ontinued . 


Articles. 

Countries. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Free Goods — Codtinued. 

ANIMALS AND THEIR PRODUCE — CoTl. 

Animals — Con. 

Fowls rlnmfisti'c, pure href! 

United Kingdom 

United States 

No. 

187 

84,803 

i 

1,507 
47, 183 


Total 

84,990 

48,690 

N ewfoundland 


50 

2,584 

T'ntnl a,nimal.«A for improT’f*mpnt of stock 

United States 


Total 



2,634 




858 ,.832 

Animals brought into Canada temporarily, and for a period 
not exceeding three months, for the purpose of exhibition 
or competition for prizes offered by any agricultural or 
other association, viz: — 

TTor.sps. 



United States 

3,386 

1,058,630 

r^fttt.lft 

United States 

38 

55,000 

Sheep 

United States 

6 

160 

All other, n.o.p.. 

United States •. . 


6,294 

Total, animals for exhibition purposes '. . 




1,120,084 

Cattle, neat, imported by bona fide residents of Canada. . . . 
Bees ' 



United States 

510 

64,564 

United States 


10,457 

Bones, crude 

United Kingdom.... 
Hong Kong 


Cwt. 

39 

2 

16 

1 

12,520 

1,206 

25 

521 

56 

22,999 

Bone dust, charred bone, and bone ash 

France 

Italy 

United States 

Total 

12,578 

24,807 

United Kingdom 

United States 

56 

78,144 

274 

219,982 

"Rone pitch, cnirle only 

Total 

78,200 

220,256 

United States 


7,299 

Bristles 

United Kingdom.... 
France 


Lb. 

41,730 

870 

52,690 

60 

125,923 

56,794 

1,514 

26,598 

156 

155,261 


China 

Japan 

United States 

Total 

221,273 

240,323 



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No. 22. — General Statement of Merchandise Imported for Home Consump- 
tion — Continued. 


Articles. 


Free Goods — Continued. 

ANIMALS AND THEIR PRODUCE — Con. 

Cat-gut or worm-gut unmanufactured, adapted for the 
manufacture of whip or other cord or of ligatures 


United Kingdom. 

Japan 

United States 


Fur skins of all kinds, not dressed in any manner, n.o.p.. . 


United Kingdom. 

Australia 

B. W. Indies 

Newfoundland. . . . 

New Zealand 

Alaska 

China 

Japan 

United States 


Fur tails in the raw state. 


Grease, viz: — 

Grease and degras for stuffing or dressing leather. 


Grease, rough, the refuse of animal fat, for the manu- 
facture of soap and oils only 


Total, grease. 


Guano and other animal manures. 


Hair, cleaned or uncleaned, not dyed, curled or othenvnse 
manufactured. 


Horse hair, not further manufactured than simply cleaned 
and dipped or dyed. 


Hatters’ furs, not on the skin. 


Countries. 


Total. 


Total. 


United States. 


United Kingdom. 

Bermuda 

United States 


Total. 


United Kingdom. 

Australia 

Bermuda 

Newfoundland. . . . 

New Zealand 

China 

United States 


Total. 


United Kingdom...,. 
United States 

Total 


United Kingdom. 

B. \V. Indies 

United States 


Total. 


United Kingdom. 
United States 


Total. 


United Kingdom. 
United States 


Total. 


Quantity. 


Lb. 
140,857 
10,435 
1 , 681,036 


1 , 832,328 


17,543 
250, 759 
322,300 
115,545 
2 , 579,955 
371,673 
8 , 603,859 


12 , 261,634 


14 , 083,962 


Cwt. 
44,984 


44,988 


Lb. 

518 

79,999 


80,517 


Value. 


2,372 

463 

3,792 


6,627 


27,453 

45,358 

3,982 

3,177 

27,399 

60 

10,600 

850 

2 , 775,486 


2 , 894,365 


139 


12,526 

1,270 

132,491 


146,287 


2,373 

27,168 

36,558 

14,506 

285,452 

58,586 

1 , 283,941 


1 , 708,584 


1 , 854,871 


18 

88,302 


88,320 


3,916 

76 

72,151 


76,143 


1,311 

65,027 


66,338 


16,031 

292,505 

308,536 


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tion — C ontinued . 


Articles. 


Countries. 


Quantity. 


Value. 


Free Goods — Continued. 

ANIMALS AND THEIR PRODUCE — Con. 

Hides and skins, raw, whether dry salted or pickled . 


United Kingdom... 

Australia 

Bermuda 

B. S. Africa 

B. India 

B. E. Indies, other. 

B. W. Indies. 

Newdoundland 

New Zealand 

Argentina 

Brazil 

China 

Dutch E. Indies. . . 

France 

Mexico 

Miquelon and St. 

Pierre 

United States 


Lb. 


346,183 

312,926 

400 

136,959 

518,161 

15,234 

607,918 

65,884 

3,766,243 

2,141,480 

59,4aS 

356,003 

80,428 

183,0.34 

37,278 

2,306 

16,652,154 


' S 


96,675 

134,451 

54 

37,632 

134,038 

4,466 

153,706 

12,300 

993,231 

904,729 

26,181 

1.35,603 

55,860 

87,569 

11,281 

368 

5,986,234 


Total. 


25,281,994 


8,774,^78 


Hoots, horn strips, horn and horn tips, in the rough, not 
polished or otherwise manufactured than cleaned . 


United States. 


20 


Ivorj', unmanufactured 

Leeches 

Musk in pods or in grains 

Pelts, raw 

Pigeons, homing and messenger, pheasants and quails 

Quills in their natural state or unplumed 

Rennet, raw and prepared. 


Silk, raw, or as reeled from the cocoon, not being doubled 
twisted or advanced in manufacture in anyway. 


United Kingdom . . . 

212 

1,387 

United States 

124 

1,097 

Total 

336 

2,484 

United States 


1,336 


Oz. 


United Kingdom. . . 

21 

414 

United States • 

98 

586 

Total 

119 

1,000 

United States 


19,891 

TTnifpH TCing^Hom . . 


157 

nViina 


90 



63 

United States 


4,087 

Total 


4,397 

United States 

' 

228 

TTnifpH TCinpHom . 


56 

Dpnmn.rk 


578 

United States 


56, 506 

Total 


57,140 


Lb. 


Japan 

4,696 

31,039 

United States 

153,952 

878,125’ 

Total 

158,648 

909, l&i 


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No. 22. — General Statement of Merchandise Imported for Home Consump- 
tion — C ontinued. 


Articles. 


Free Goods — Continued. 

-\ND THEIR PRODUCE^ — Con. 

Silk, in the gum, or spun, when imported by manufacturers 
of silk underwear or of woven labels and spun silk for the 
manufacture of silk thread for use exclusively for the 
manufacture of such articles in their own factories. 


Silk cocoons and silk waste 

Sausage skins or casings, not cleaned 

Wool and the hair of the camel, alpaca, goat and other like 
animals, not further prepared than washed, n.o.p. 


Total, animals and their produce 


Agricultural Products. ' 

Bamboo-reed, not further manufactured than cut into 
suitable lengths for walking sticks or canes, or for sticks 
for umbrellas, parasols or sunshades, and bamboos un- 
manufactured . 


Bristles, n.o.p 


Broom corn 


Cane and rattans not manufactured and not further manu- 
factured than split, when for use in Canadian manu- 
factures. 


\ 


Citron, lemon and orange rinds in brine 


Cocoa beans, not roasted, crushed or ground {see Dutiable 
Goods). 


Countries. 


Quantity. 


Value. 


Lb. 


S 


United Kingdom. . . 

France .- 

United States 

Total 


15,334 

1,352 

12,355 


49,575 

5,725 

69,453 


29,041 


124,753 


Lmited States 


L’nited States 


5,045 


26 


United Kingdom. . . 

2,007,731 

1,008,679 

Australia 

3,036,800 

1,574,664 

B. S. Africa 

890,-329 

491,089 

B. W. Indies 

862 

131 

Newfoundland 

186 

143 

New Zealand 

3,071,302 

1,446,242 

United States 

2,530,786 

1,646,397 

Total 

11,537,996 

6,167,345 


23,909,168 


United Kingdom 

Hong Kong 

Japan 

United States. . . 

Total 


United States 


691 


Japan 

United States 

Total 


United Kingdom 
B. Straits Settle- 
ments 

Japan 

United States. . . 

Total 

Hong Kong 


China 

Italy 

United States 

Total 

United Kingdom. . . 

B. W. Africa 

B. E. Indies, other. 
B. W. Indies 


60,848 

168,000 

182,004 

5,113,011 


Total 


5,523,863 


173 
13 
4,813 
27, 305 


32,. 304 


570 


331 

851,602 


851,933 


1,995 

4,000 

19 

101,617 


107, 631 


395 

5 

9,428 

3,293 


13,121 


12,183 

14,182 

25,417 

574,807 


626, 589 


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No. 22. — General Statement of Merchandise Imported for Home Consump- 
tion — Continued. 


Articles. 


Free Goods — Continued. 

AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTS — Con. 

Cocoanuts imported from the place of growth by vessel 
direct to a Canadian port (see Dutiable Goods). 


Cotton wool or raw cotton, not dyed. 


B. Guiana. . . 
B. W. Indies. 

Total 


Esparto or Spanish grass, and other grasses and pulp of, 
including fancy grasses dried but not coloured or other- 
wise manufactured, n.o.p. 

Fibre, viz: — 

Fibre, Mexican, istle, or tampico 


Fibrilla, flax fibre and flax tow. 


Fibre, vegetable, n.o.p. 


Total, fibre. 


Florist stock, viz: azaleas, rhododendrons, pot grown 

lilacs, seedling carnation stock, rose stock and other stock 
for grafting, n.o.p.; araucaria, bulbs, corms, tubers, 
rhizomes and dormant roots, n.o.p., and rooted carnation 
cuttings in their first year of introduction . 


Flour of wheat (from April 17, 1917. See Dutiable Goods) 


Countries. 


China 

United States. 

Total 


United States. 


United States. 


United Kingdom . . 

Russia 

United States 


Total. 


United Kingdom. . . 

B. India 

Hong Kong 

China 

Holland 

Japan 

United States 


Total. 


United Kingdom. . 

Australia 

Bermuda 

Hong Kong 

Brazil 

China 

France 

Holland 

Japan 

Mexico 

U. S. of Colombia. 
L^nited States 


Total. 


Newfoundland. . . 

Japan 

United States. . . 


T otal . 


Quantity. 


No. 


299,055 

2,429,506 


2,728,561 


Lb. 

25,211 

88,012,230 


88,037,441 


Cwt. 

5,165 


38 

260 

1,261 


1,559 


1,340 

275 

44 


5 

485 

8,370 


10,519 


17,243 


Brl. 

53 

2 

32,527 

32,582 


Value. 


7,885 
86, 565 


94,450 


3,925 

20,745,849 


20,749,774 


3,665 


60,145 


515 

8,433 

5,541 


14,489 


18,981 

3,372 

141 

2 

58 

1,390 

144,466 


168, 4ia 


243,044 


3,204 

4 

106 

5,415 

4a 

2,497. 

30,376 

87,749 

12,102 

90 

650 

47,640 


189,873 


756 

19 

315,718 

316,493 


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No. 22. — General Statement of Merchandise Imported for Home Consump- 
tion — Continued. 


Articles. 


Free Goods — Continued. 
AGRICULTCR-U. PRODETCTS — Con: 


Fruit, green, -aTz;- 
Bananas 


Berries, ^'iz: wild blueberries, wild strawberries, wild 

raspberries and wild edible berries, n.o.p. 


Guavas, mangoes, plantains, and pomegranates. 


Lemons and limes . {See Dutiable Goods) . 


Oranges and shaddocks or grape fruit . 


Pine-apples . 


Total, fruit green. 


Foots, being the refuse of the cotton seed or olives after 
the oil has been f)ressed out. 


Hemp, dressed or imdressed. 


Indian corn, not for purposes of distillation. {See Dutiable 
Goods.) 


Countries. 


B. W. Indies.. 
United States. 

Total 


Newfoundland . 
United States. 

Total 


L'nited States. 


United Kingdom. 

B. W. Indies 

Italy 

United States. . . . 


Total. 


Hong Kong 

B. W. Indies.. 

China 

Cuba 

Italy 

Japan 

Mexico 

Spain 

United States. 

Total 


B. W. Indies... 
United States. 

Total 


United States. 


United Kingdom. 

New Zealand 

Italy 

United States. . . . 


Total. 


L'nited Kingdom. 

Australia 

.Japan 

United States. . . . 


Total. 


Quantity. 


Bunch. 


300 

2,143,682 


2,143,982 


Cwt. 


1,055 


3,W3 

35,088 

338 

6,708 


45,177 


Bush . 

9,420 

40,455 

4,724,220 

4,774,097 


Value. 


73 

3,280,724 


3,280,797 


296 

3,855 


4,151 


5,321 


730 

15 

115,318 

696,403 


812,466 


5,821 

33,805 

11 

17,234 

7,609 

51,821 

2,624 

23,405 

4,417,007 


4, 559,337 


121 

316,301 


316,422 


8,978,494 


15,831 


62,276 
540, 9a3 
6,703 
114,034 


723,916 


32 

9,206 

38,639 

7,349,689 

7,397,566 


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tion — C ontinued . 


Articles. 


Free Goods — Continued. 
AGRICULT^•HAL PRODUCTS — CoU 
Jute butts and jute 

Locust beans and locust bean meal 

Manilla grass 

Manures, vegetable 

Osiers or willows, unmanufactured 

Palm leaf, unmanufactured 

Rice, uncleaned, unhulled or paddy 


Countries. 


United Kingdom. 
United States. . . . 


Total. 


United States. 


United Kingdom. 

B. S. Africa 

New Zealand 

United States 


Total. 


United Kingdom. 
United States 


Total. 


United Kingdom. 
United States 


Total. 


United Kingdom. 
United States 


Total. 


Seedling stock for grafting, viz; — 

Plum, pear, peach and other fruit trees 

Seeds, viz: — 

Anna to 

Beet and mangold 


Hong Kong 

Japan 

Siam 

United States. 


Total. 


France 

Holland 

United States. 

Total 


B. W. Indies. . 
United States. 

Total 


United Kingdom 

France 

United States 


Total. 


Quantity. 


Cwt. 


825 

34 


859 


Lb. 
27,612 


Cwt. 

509 

1,160 

12,252 

477,818 


491,739 


10 

5,957 


5,967 


Lb. 
32 , 633,711 
14 , 499,297 
448,000 
2 , 847,403 


50 , 428,411 


17,600 

20,017 


37,617 


5 . 3,290 

59,327 

47,791 


160,408 


Value. 


11,669 

214 


11,883 


2,054 


6,808 
16,533 
147,389 
7,452 941 


7 , 623,671 


15 

2,986 


3,001 


4,650 

56 


4,706 


34 

394 


428 


860, 126 
510,588 
7,471 
106,816 


1 , 485,001 


2,351 

236 

2,826 


5,413 


350 

3,028 


3,378 


12,566 

18,967 

16,472 


48,005 


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No. 22. — General Statement of Merchandise Imported for Home Consump- 
tion — C ontinued . 


Articles. 


Free Goods — Continued. 

AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTS — Con. 


Seeds — Con. 
Carrot 


Turnip. 


Mustard. 


Beans (seed) from the United Kingdom (See Dutiable 
Goods). 

Pease (seed) from the'United Kingdom (See Dutiable 
Goodsb 


Rape, sowing. 


Countries. 


United Kingdom. 

France 

United States 


Total. 


United Kingdom. 

France 

Japan 

United States 


Total. 


United Kingdom.... 

Hong Kong 

United States 


Total. 


United Kingdom — 
United Kingdom.... 


United Kingdom.... 

Japan 

United States 


Mushroom spawn. 


Total, seeds. 


Semolina (from April 17, 1917). 
Teasels 


Tobacco, unmaniifactured for excise purposes, under con- 
ditions of Inland Revenue Act 


Trees, n.o.p. 


Wheat (from April 17, 1917. (See Dutiable Goods). 


Total, agricultural products. 


Total. 


United Kingdom. 
United States 


Total. 


United States. 


United Kingdom . 
United States . . . . 


Total. 


United Kingdom . 

China 

Cuba 

Holland 

Mexico 

United States . . . . 


Total. 


United States . 


Japan 

United States. 


Total. 


Quantity. 


Lb. 


1,761 

3,431 

41,979 


47,171 


269,535 

490 

2 

6,101 


276,128 


61 

264 

245,191 


245,516 


7,349 


2,929 


5,236 

177 

144,545 


149,958 


6,280 

2 

984,697 

83,129 

12 

16,750,827 


17,824,947 


Bush. 
205,652 


205,654 


Value. 


1,170 

1,316 

16,470 


18,956 


94,890 

187 

1 

3,074 


98,152 


8 

119 

13,883 


14,010 


1,938 


490 


533 

29 

13,584 


14, 146 


246 

1,650 


1,896 


200,971 


38 


288 

1,640 


1,928 


4,895 

1 

484,814 

139,627 

3 

6,005,608 


6,634,948 


1,842 


2 

445,935 


445,937 


56,767,075 


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tion — Continued. 


Articles. 

Countries. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Free Goods — Continued. 

Manufactured and PartiaLlt Manufactured Articles. 
Admiralty charts 

United Kingdom.... 


S 

3,800 

1,584 

Album insides, made of paper 

United States 


Total 



5,384 

United States 



96 

Artifical abrasives in bulk, crushed or ground, when im- 
ported for use in the manufacture of abrasive wheels and 
polishing composition. 

Artificial limbs, articles for manufacture of, when imported 
by manufacturers for use in their own factories for manu- 
facture of artificial limbs, elastic web and hollow wood 
blocks. 

Artificial limbs and parts thereof 

United States 



120,826 

United States 



32,919 

United States 



86,460 

Artificial teeth not mounted 

United Kingdom.... 



5,323 

238,085 

Asphaltum or asphalt, solid 

United States 


Total 



243,408 

United Kingdom 

United States 


Cwt. 

151 

401,733 

505 

362,716 

Astrachan or Russian hare skins and China goat skins, 
plates or rugs, wholly or partially dressed but not dyed. 

Bells when imported for use of churches only 

Total 

401,884 

363,221 

B. W. Indies 


3,212 

17,593 

543 

111,824 

China 


Japan 


United States 


Total 



133,172 

F ranee 



1,609 

28,366 

Binder twine.. 

Lnited States 


Total 



29,975 

TTnit-prl 


Lb. 

49,511,980 

8,593,238 

Binder twine, articles which enter into the cost of the 
manufacture of binder twine or twine for harvest binders, 
when imported for such use exclusively by manufacturers 
who manufacture such twine only. 

Blanc fixe and satin white 

United States 


• 6,216 

United Kingdom.... 
L^nited States 


311,464 

5,999,827 

5,355 

73,963 

Blanketing and lapping and discs or mills for engraving 
copper rollers, imported by cotton manufacturers, calico 
printers, and wall paper manufacturers for use in their own 
factories only. 

Total 

6,311,291 

79,318 

United Kingdom.... 


15,299 

7,890 

United States 


Total 



23, 189 




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No. 22. — General Statement of Merchandise Imported for Home Consump- 
tion — C ontinued . 


Articles. 


Free Goods — Continued. 

M.\NUrACrURED AND PARTIALLY MANUFACTURED ARTICLES 

— Con. 

Blast furnace slag 


Bolting cloth, not made up. 


Books, viz: — 

Bibles, prayer books, psalm and hymn books, religious 
tracts, and Sunday School lesson pictures. 


Books, printed by any government or by any association 
for the promotion of science or letters and official annual 
reports of religious or benevolent associations and issued 
the proceedings of said associations, to their 


in 


members, and not for the purpose of sale or trade. 

Books, embossed and grooved cards for the blind and 
books for the instruction of the deaf and dumb and 
blind. 


Countries. 


United States. 


Italy 

Switzerland 

United States. 


Total. 


United Kingdom. 

China 

Belgium 

France 

Holland 

Italy 

Japan 

Switzerland 

United States 


Total. 


United Kingdom. 
United States 


Total. 


United Kingdom. 
United States 


Total. 


Quantity. 


Value. 


7,118 


2,038 

1,372 

52,439 


55,849 


112,714 
132 
11,452 
30, 363 
1,130 
3,751 
565 
3,586 
124,253 


287,946 


759 

3,205 


3,964 


120 

541 


661 


Maps and charts for the use of schools for the blind 


United States 


Books, not printed or reprinted in Canada, which are 
included and used as text books in the curriculum of any 
university, college or school in Canada; books 
especially imported for the bona fide use of in- 
corporated mechanics’ institutes, public libraries, 
libraries of universities, colleges, and schools, or for the 
library of any incorporated medical, law, literary, 
scientific or art association or society, and being the 
property of the organized authorities of such library, 
and not in any case the property of individuals. 


United Kingdom... 

Australia 

Hong Kong 

France 

Greenland, Iceland 

etc 

Japan 

Switzerland 

United States 

Total 


Books, bound or unbound, which have been printed and 
manufactured more than twelve years. 


United Kingdom 

France 

United States. . . 


91 


152,226 

187 

4 

24,559 

50 

2 

5 

291,235 


468,268 


5,162 

1,911 

5,656 


Books on the application of science to industries of all 
kinds, also books printed in any language other than 
the English and French languages, or in any two 
languages not being English or French, or any three 
or more languages. 


Total 

United kingdom. . . 

Hong Kong. 

China 

Greenland, Iceland, 

etc 

France 

Italy 

Japan 

Sweden 

United States 

Total 


12,729 


10,380 

787 

1,849 

3,383 

3,402 

221 

4,985 

3 

159,857 


184,867 


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tion — Continued. 


Articles. 


Countries. 


Quantity. 


Value. 


Free Goods — Continued. 

MANUFACTURED AND PARTIALLY MANUFACTURED ARTICLES 

— Con. 

Book manuscript and insurance maps 


United Kingdom. 

F ranee 

United States. . . . 


Total. 


Total, books and maps, etc. 


Bookbinder’s cloth. 


United Kingdom. 
United States. . . . 


Total. 


Brick, fire, of a class or kind not made in Canada, n.o.p. 


United Kingdom. 
United States. . . . 


Total. 


Brick, fire, magnesite. 


United Kingdom. 
United States. . . . 


Total. 


Buckram, adapted for the manufacture of hat and bonnet 
shapes. 


Braids or plaits of chip, palm leaf, manilla, willow, osier, 
rattan, straw, Tuscan or grass, suitable for making or 
ornamenting hats, and plait braids or plaits of glazed 
cotton thread not over 5 in. Wide, when imported by 
manufacturers of hats for use only in the manufacture of 
hat bodies. 


L'nited Kingdom. 
United States. . . . 


Total. 


United Kingdom. 

China 

France 

Italy 

Japan 

Switzerland 

United States 


Total. 


Bullion or gold fringe. 


France 

United States. 


Total. 


Buttons, shoe, papier mache. 


United Kingdom. 
Ifnited States. . . . 


Total. 


Carbons over 3 inches in circumference and not exceeding 
35 inches. 


Celluloid, xylonite or xyolite, in sheets, lumps, blocks, 
rods or bars not further manufactured than moulded or 
pressed when for use in Canadian manufactures. 


United States. 


United Kingdom. 
United States. . . . 


Total. 


Ill 

10 

22,542 


22, 663 


981,189 


61,728 

98,008 


159,736 


135,925 

2,105,524 


2,241,449 


11,246 

510,977 


522,223 


6,843 

110,936 


117,779 


59,014 

4,280 

10,285 

15,663 

65,537 

19,323 

322,790 


496,892 


3,476 

565 


4,041 


31 

11,056 


11,087 


593,003 


4,134 

334,162 


338,296 


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No. 22. — General Statement of Mercliandise Imported for Home Consump- 
tion — Continued. 


Articles. 


Countries. 


Quantity. 


Value. 


Free Goods — Continued, 

MANUFACTURED AND PARTIALLY MANUFACTURED ARTICLES 

— Con. 

Chronometers and compasses for ships. . . .' 


United Kingdom. 
United States. . . . 


Total. 


Coal tar base or salt (paranitraniline) . 


United States. 


Coke. 


United States. 


Coke, ground, when imported by manufacturers of electric 
batteries, for use in their own factories in the manufacture 
of such batteries. 

Colours, metallic, viz: oxide of cobalt, tin and copper, n.o.p. 


Colours, dry red lead and orange mineral (See Dutiable 
Goods). 


United States. 


United Kingdom. 
United States 


Total. 


Colours, zinc white (See Dutiable Goods.). 


Communion sets of metal, glass or wood. 


United Kingdom. 


United Kingdom. 


United Kingdom. 

France 

United States 


Total. 


Coir and coir yarn. 


United Kingdom — 

B. India 

United States 


Total. 


Cotton or linen duck, seamless, in circular form, of a class or 
kind not made in Canada for use in the manufacture of 
hose pipe. 


Cotton thread, nitrate of thorium and nitrate of cerium, for 
use in the manufacture of incandescent gas mantles, when 
imported by manufacturers of such mantles or of stock- 
ings for such mantles. 


United Kingdom. 
United States 


Total. 


United Kingdom. 
United States 


Total. 


Crucibles, clay, sand or plumbago. 


United Kingdom. 

.Japan 

United States 


Total. 


Crucibles, platinum. 


United States.. 


Lb. 
85,567 


Ton. 
969,932 


Cwt. 
... 11,846 


Lb. 

476 

142,515 


142,991 


2,110 


2,080 


105,840 

324,692 

67,914 


498,446 


8,420 

25,147 


33,567 


54,156 


7 , 154,014 


14,232 


261 

74,298 


74,559 


255 


727 


1,417 

12,434 

10,409 


24,260 


7,262 

14,881 

4,972 


27,115 


125 

75,470 


75, 595 


1,635 

15,613 


17,248 


313,293 

103 

97,537 


410,933 


7,195 


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tion — Continued. 


Articles. 

Countries. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Free Goods — Continued. 


Pair. 

$ 

MANUFACTURED AND PARTIALLY MANUFACTURED ARTICLES 




— Con. 




Curling stones and handles therefor. (See Dutiable 

United Kingdom 

31 

504 

Goods). 






Lb. 


Drugs, dyes, chemicals and medicines, viz; — 




Acid, boracic, in packages of not less than 25 pounds 

United Kingdom.... 

42,682 

5,491 


United States 

343,444 

43,468 

• 

Total 

386,126 

48,959 

hyrlro-fliio-silirip. 

United States 

255 

43 

Acid, oxalic 

United Kingdom 

131,823 

41,079 


United States 

11,555 

5,292 


Total 

143,378 

46,371 

Acid, tannic 

United Kingdom 

28 

38 

• 

United States 

17,467 

11,636 


Total 

17,495 

11,674 

Alum, in bulk, ground or unground but not calcined (See 

United Kingdom.... 

1,262,935 

40,968 

Dutiable Goods). 




Alumina, sulphate of or alum cake (See Duitable Goods).. 

United Kingdom 

4,620 

148 

Ammonia, nitrate of 

United Kingdom , . . 

6,744 

525 

' 

Norway 

264,245 

31,644 


United States 

1,404,354 

164,264 


Total 

1,675,343 

196,433 

Ammonia, sulphate of 

United States 

200,641 

10,539 

Aniline and coal tar dyes, soluble in water, in bulk or 

United Kingdom 

471,856 

280,757 

packages of not less than one pound weight, including 

Switzerland 

73,707 

115,085 

alizarine and artificial alizarine. 

United States 

1,140,555 

1,307,571 


Total 

1,686,118 

1,703,413 

Aniline oil, crude 

United States 

159,454 

44,046 

Aniline salts 

United States 

16,610 

7,348 

Annatto, liquid or solid 

United Kingdom.... 

950 

283 


B. W. Indies 

923 

106 

• 

Sweden 

300 

84 


United States 

175,277 

36,084 


Total 

177,450 

36, 557 

Antimony, or regulus of, not ground, pulverized or other- 

United Kingdom.... 

316,859 

55,916 

wise manufactured. 

United States 

147,160 

27,701 


Total 

464,019 

83,617 


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No. 22. — General Statement of Merchandise Imported for Home Consump- 
tion — Continued. 


Articles. 

Countries. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Free Goods — Continued. 


Lb. 

S 

MANUFACTURED AND PARTIALLY MANUFACTURED ARTICLES 

— Con. 

Drugs — Con. 


.300 


Antimony salts, viz.: tartar emetic, chloride and lactate 

United Kingdom.... 

256 

(antimonine). 

United States 

12, 551 

6,142 


Total 

12,851 

6,398 

Arsenious oxide 

United Kingdom 

200 

55 


United States 

241,988 

.31,329 


Total 

242,188 

31,384 

Arspnin, siilphiHp of.. 

United States 

195,628 

20,132 

Barium, peroxide of, non-alcoholic, for use in the manu- 

United Kingdom.... 

107,279 

4,952 

facture of peroxide of hydrogen, when imported by 

United States 

35, 635 

11,549 

manufacturers of peroxide of hydrogen. 




Total 

142,914 

16,501 

Beans, viz.: — 

Tonqiiin, priiHp only 

United States 

1,977 

1,541 

Vanilla, crude only 

Fiji Islands 

294 

405 


France 

3,129 

8,105 

• 

Mexico. . . .■ 

25 

126 


United States 

26, 142 

W.731 


Total 

29,590 

73,367 

Binitrotoluol, trinitrotoluol and perchlorate of ammonia 

United States. . 

153,876 

22, 171 

when imported by manufacturers of explosives for use 
exclusively in the manufacture of such articles in their 
own factories. 

/ 



Borax, in bulk of not less than 25 pounds 

United Kingdom. . . 

105, 395 

10,483 

Hong Kong 

40 

3 


United States 

4,164,749 

327, 123 


Total 

4,270,184 

337, 609 

Brimestone, crude, or in roll or flour, and sulphur in roll or 

United Kingdom. . . 

112 

5 

flour. 

Japan 

1,079,678 

9,847 


United States 

147,603,524 

1,4.56,079 


Total 

148,683,314 

1,465,931 

Bromides, crude 

United States 

150 

96 

Bromine 

United States 

635 

472 

Burgundy pitch 

United Kingdom. . . 

6,472 

449 

United States 

9l, 53V 

4,357 


Total 

98,009 

4,806 

On.mwonH and snma.p and PYfrant thprpof . . 

Italy 

114,200 

5,027 


United States 

218,747 

9,213 


Total 

332,947 

14,240 


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No. 22. — General Statement of Merchandise Imported for Home Consump- 
tion — Continued. 


Articles. 

Free Goods — Continued. 

MANUFACTURED AND PARTIALLY MANUFACTURED ARTICLES 

— Con. 

Drugs — Con. 

Carbon bisulphide 

Chloralum and chloride of aluminum 

Cochineal 

Copper, precipitate of crude 

Cream of tartar in crystals or argols 


Cyanide of potassium, cyanide of sodium, and cyanogen 
bromide for reducing metals in mining operations. 


Dragon’s blood 


Dyeing or tanning articles in a crude state used in dyeing 
or tanning, n.o.p. 


Extract of logwood, fustic, oak, and oak bark and que- 
bracho. 


Ferment cultures to be used in butter-making 


Glycerine, crude, when imported by manufacturers for 
use only in their own factories in the manufacture of 
refined glycerine . 


Glycerine, when imported by manufacturers of explosives 
for use exclusively for the manufacture of such articles 
in their own factories. _ 


Countries. 

Quantity. 

Value. 


Lb. 


United States 

82,843 

4,789 

LTnited States 

10,465 

1,743 

United Kingdom. . . 

40 

30 

United States 

309 

203 

Total 

349 

233 

United States 

21,900 

1,752 

United Kingdom. . . 

78,563 

25,649 

France 

255,396 

96,548 

Portugal 

6,547 

2,462 

Spain 

1,330 

390 

United States 

371,678 

170,417 

Total 

713,514 

295,466 

FTnited Kingdom. . . 

1,616,165 

367,364 

United States 

274,716 

70,191 

Total 

1,890,881 

437,555 

United Kingdom . . . 

50 

60 

France 

209 

550 

United States 

591 

818 

Total 

850 

1,428 

United Kingdom. . . 

15,323 

1,435 

B. W. Indies 

156, 800 

5,312 

United States 

2,273,359 

126,097 

Total 

2,445,482 

132,844 

United Kingdom . . . 

96, 263 

2,857 

B. India 

219,584 

11,952 

B. Straits Settle- 



ments 

560,000 

25,955 

Argentina 

251,860 

12,731 

United States 

39,682,652 

1,579,905 

Total 

40,810,359 

1,633,400 

United States 


66 

Newfoundland 

7,326 

4,029 

LTnited States 

35,160 

15,073 

Total 

42,486 

19,102 

United States 

1,424,387 

816,449 





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No. 22. — General Statement of Merchandise Imported for Home Consump- 
tion — Continued. 


Articles. 


Countries. 


Quantity. 


Value. 


Free Goods — Continued. 

MANUFACTDRED AND PARTIALLY MANUFACTURED ARTICLES 

— Con. , 

Drugs — Con. 

Roots, medicinal, viz.: Alkanet, crude, crushed or 

ground, aconite, calumba, folise digitalis, gentian, gin- 
seng, jalap, ipecacuanha, iris, orris root, liquorice, sar- 
saparilla, squills, taraxacum, rhubarb and valerian, 
unground. 


Gums, viz.: — 

Amber, arabic, australian, copal, damar, elemy, 
kaurie, mastic, sandarac, Senegal, tragacanth, gedda, 
barberry, pontanac and lac, crude, seed, button, 
stick, and shell. 


United Kingdom. 

B. W. Indies 

Hong Kong 

China 

Japan 

United States. . . . 


Total. 


United Kingdom. 

B. India 

New Zealand 

France 

French Africa 

United States 


Total. 


Balata, crude, unmanufactured 

Chicle or Sappato gum, crude 

Indigo 

Indigo, paste and extract of 

Iodine, crude ; 

Iron liquor, being solution of acetate or nitrate of iron 
adapted for dyeing and calico printing 


Kainite, and other crude German potash salts for fer- 
tilizers. 


Lead, nitrate and acetate of, not ground. 


Dutch Guiana. 
United States.. 


Total. 


B. Honduras.. 

Mexico 

L'nited States. 


Total. 


United States. 


United Kingdom. 
United States 


Total. 


United Kingdom. 

Japan 

L'nited States 


Total. 


United Kingdom. 
United States 


Total. 


United States. 


United Kingdom. 
United States 


Total. 


Lb. 


2,240 

1,796 


4,036 


856,771 

1 , 521,635 

1 , 177,687 


3 , 556,093 


296 


60,936 

41,368 


102,304 


1,904 

125 

7,916 


9,945 


781,586 


25,760 

77,488 

103,248 


318 

437 

3,287 

2 

14 

29,736 


33,794 


55,431 

109,494 

10,159 

3,290 

505 

850,712 


1 , 029,591 


1,710 

1,507 


3,217 


352,028 

578,040 

529,407 


1 , 459,475 


364 


35,198 

16,727 


51,925 


3,815 

259 

23,210 


27,284 


60 

5,351 


5,411 


38,458 


3,071 

11,193 

14,264 


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tion— Cowh'wMed . 


Articles. 


Free Goods. 

M.\NUF.\CTURED .\XD PARTLY MANUFACTURED ARTICLES 

— Con. 

Drugs — Con. 

I.itmus and all lichens, prepared or not 


Logwood and fustic, ground, and ground oak bark. 


Manganese, oxide of. 


/• 


Moss, Iceland and other mosses. 


Nitrate compounds adapted for use in the manufacture of 
explosives. 

Nut galls and extracts thereof 


Nicotine, sulphate. 


Persis, or extract of archill and cudbear. 


Phosphorus. 


Potash, caustic, in packages of not less than 25 pounds 
each. 

/■ 

Potash, chorate of, not further prepared than ground . . 


Potash, bichromate. 


Potash, muriate, and sulphate of, crude. 


Potash, red and yellow prussiate of. 


Countries. 


United Kingdom 

United States 

Total. 

United States 

United Kingdom.... 
L’nited States 

Total 

United Kingdom 

Hong Kong 

China 

L'nited States 

Total 

United States 

United States 

L^nited States 

L'nited Kingdom 

United States 

Total 

United States 

L^nited States 

United Kingdom.... 

.Japan 

United States 

Total 

United Kingdom.... 
United States 

Total 

United States 

United Kingdom.... 
L^nited States 

Total 


Quantity. 


Lb. 


21 

62 


83 


22,367 


16,355 

3,493,663 


3,510,018 


57,807 

140 

100 

901,446 


959,493 


37,352 


55,208 


9,482 


64 

1,342 


1,406 


82,468 


44,803 


.336 

1,120 

26,974 


28,430 


3.901 

2,927 


6,828 


167,063 


50 

6,880 


6,930 


Value. 


24 

51 


75 


1,623 


2,153 

108,721 


110,874 


1,063 

138 

3 

59,214 


60,418 


5,713 


2,355 


8,111 


71 

460 


531 


38,739 


37,257 


228 

541 

14,088 


14,857 


1,226 

1,182 


2,408 


29,650 


1.34 

7,211 


7,345 


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Xo. 22. — General Statement of ^lerchanclise Imported for Home Consump- 
tion — Continued. 


Articles. 


Free Goods. 

MAXUF.4CTURED .AND P.ARTI.ALLY M.ANUF.ACTURED .ARTICLES 

• — Con. 

Drugs — Con. 

Potash and pearl ash in packages of not less than 25 
pounds each 


Quassia juice. 


Quicksilver . 


Quinine, salts of. 


Radium. 


Red liquor being a crude acetate of aluminium prepared 
from pj’roligenous acid and adapted for dyejng and 
calico printing. 

Saffron, saffron cake, safflower and extracts of 


Sal ammoniac. 


Saltpeter or nitrate of potash. 


Countries. 


United States. 
United States. 


fennel. 


Soda ash or barilla. 


Soda bichromate of. 


Quantity. 


Lb. 


12,747 


L'nited Kingdom. . . 

1 , 780 

1,8.59 

United States 

90,761 

. 98,437 

T otal 

92,. 541 

100,296 


Oz. 


L'nited Kingdom. . 

4,903 

3,699 

United States 

86,590 

61,. 521 

Total 

91,493 

65,220 

United States 


55 

United States 


854 


Lb. 


L^nited Kingdom . . 

1 s 

10 

United States 

706 

1,224 

Total 

708 

1,2.34 

United Kingdom. . 

482,4.57 

41,378 

United States 

590,. 594 

44,958 

Total 

1,073,051 

86,3.36 

L'nited Kingdom. . . 

12,216 

2,045 

L'nited States 

924,619 

183,770 

T otal 

936,835 

185,815 

L'nited Kingdom . . 

7,845 

1,122 

Hong Kong 

50 

9 

Denmark 

2 

1 

France 

10,037 

1,212 

French .Africa 

4,351 

492 

L'nited States 

186,275 

.35,692 

Total 

208,560 

38,528 

L'nited Kingdom . 

22,310,378 

258,876 

L'nited States 

64,1.30,478 

1,333,5.52 

Total 

86,440,8.56 

1,592,428 

L'nited Kingdom . 

327, 7.33 

68,796 

L'nited States 

8.32,719 

146,373 

Total 

1,160,452 

215,169 


Value. 


9,445 


30 


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tion — C ontinued . 


Articles. 

Countries. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

/ 

Free Goods. 


Lb. 

$ 

M.'VNUEACTUEED AND PARTIALLY MANUFACTURED ARTICLES 

— Con. 

Drugs — Con. 

United Kingdom 
United States 

f 

4,480 
946, 739 

600 

31,211 




■ 

Total 

9.51,219 

31,811 


TTnitpf] Sta.tps 

11,919 

2,. 59.3 



Soda hyposulphite, when imported by tanners for use in 
their own factories in the tanning of leather. 

Soda nitrate of or cubic nitre 

\ 

United States 

111,680 

2,. 201 


Chili 

United State.s 

11,414,638 

51,089,362 

.309,383 

2,332,807 


• Total 

62,504,000 

2,642,190 

Soda nitrite of 

United States 

42,271 

8,908 


Soda peroxide of 

United States 

40,424 

16,343 


Soda sal 

United Kingdom 
T^nifpid St.a.tps 

105,984 

12,582,495 

1,122 

151,701 



, ' 

Total 

12,688,479 

1.52,823 

Soda silicate of, in crystals or in solution 

United Kingdom . 
United States 

737,144 

20,537,152 

C 

10,821 

161,66.3 


Total 

21,274,296 

172,484 

Soda sulphate of, crude, known as salt cake 

United Kingdom . . 
United States 

22,713,772 

47,579,815 

159,895 

449,134 



Total 

70,293,587 

609,029 

Soda arseniate, binarseniate and stannate of 

United States 

4,474 

591 



Soda prussiate and sulphite of 

United Kingdom . . 
United States 

.33,115 

738,048 

7,269 

75,604 


Total 

771,163 

82,87.3 

Sodium, sulphate of 

United Kingdom 

United States.. . . 

.36,932 

2,071,751 

1,089 

49,625 




Total 

2,108,683 

.50,714 

Sulphate of iron (copperas) 

United Kingdom 

United States 

2,824 

716,861 

62 

9,097 



Total 

719,685 

9,159 


11— i~23i 


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No. 22. — General Statement of Merchandise Imported for Home Consump- 
tion — Continued . 


Articles. 


Free Goods. 

manufactured and partially manufactured articles 

— Con. 

Drugs — Con. 

Sulphate of copper (blue vitriol) 


Tartaric acid crystals 


Terra japonica. gambler or cutch 


Tin, bichloride of 


Tin crystals. 


T urmeric 


Ultramarine blue, dry or in pulp 


Verdigris, or sub-acetate of copper, dry 


Zinc dust 


Zinc, sulphate and chloride of, 


Countries. 

Quantity. 

Value. 


Lb. 

S 

United Kingdom — 

100 

18 

Japan 

133 

18 

United States 

2,792,587 

254,499 

Total 

2,792,820 

254,535 

United Kingdom.... 

194,214 

113,827 

France 

10,789 

3,888 

Italv 

82,748 

47,195 

United States 

95,506 

51,228 

Total 

383,257 

216,138 

United Kingdom.... 

65,495 

6,381 

B. K. Indies, other.. 

28,000 

1,975 

B. Straits Settle- 



ments 

31,244 

3,423 

Nevrfoundland 

700 

39 

United States 

714,033 

56,270 

Total 

839,472 

68,088 

United States 

50 

- 

33 

United States^ 


1 

13,397 

United Kingdom 

7,899 

990 

B. India 

2,596 

310 

United States 

70,266 

7,129 

Total 

80,761 

8,429 

United Kingdom 

35,014 

6,174 

United States 

350,319 

65,298 

Total 

385,333 

71,472 

United States 

2,202 

1,130 

Japan 

174,960 

26,888 

United States 

329,182 

55,181 

Total 

504,142 

82,069 

United Kingdom.... 

2,502 

215 

United States 

472,383 

35,580 

Total 

474,885 

35,795 


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' lion — Continued. 


A*rticles. 


Free Goods. 

MANUF.\CTURED AND PARTIALLY MANL’F.ACTURED ARTICLES 

— Con. 

Drugs — Con. 

Drugs, crude, such as barks, flowers, roots, beans, berries, 
balsams, bulbs, fruits, insects, grains, gums and gum 
resins, herbs, leaves, nuts, fruit and stem seeds — which 
are not edible and which are in a crude state and not 
advanced in value by refining or grinding or any other 
process of manufacture, n.o.p. 


Total, drugs, dyes, chemicals and medicines. 


Fashion plates, tailors’, milliners’ and mantle makers’, 
Avhen imported in single copies, in sheet form, with maga- 
zines, etc. 

Felt, adhesive, for sheathing ves.sels 


Fertilizers, unmanufactured, n.o.p. 


Fillets of cotton and rubber, not exceeding seven inches 
wide when imported by manufacturers of card clothing, 
for use exclusively in the manufacture of card clothing in 
their owm factories. 


Countries. 


United Kingdom. 

B. W. Indies 

Hong Kong. 

Newfoundland . . 

China 

France 

.Japan 

United States 


Total. 


United States.. 


United Kingdom. 
United States 


Total. 


United Kingdom. 
United States 


Total. 


United States. 


Quantity. 


Value. 


16,441 

1,457 

5,303 

121 

40 

503 

^4-Q 

155,226 


179,640 


17,561,185 


1,292 


281 

675 


956 


123 

52,625 


52,748 


1,.328 


Fisheries, for the use of, viz: — 

Fish hooks for deep sea or lake fishing not smaller in s ize 
than No. 2-0, not including hooks commonly used for 
sportsman’s purposes. 


Bank, cod, pollock and mackerel fish lines; and mack- 
erel, herring, salmon, seal, seine, mullet, net and trawl 
twine in hanks or coils, barked or not, in variety of sizes 
and threads, including gilling thread in balls, and head 
ropes for fishing nets, manila rope not exceeding 1§ 
inches in circumference for holding traps in the lobster 
fishery: barked marline, and net norsels of cotton, 

hemp or flax, and fishing nets or seines, when used 
exclusively for the fisheries, and not including lines or 
nets commonly used for sportsman’s purposes. 

Glass, cut to size tor manufacture of dry plates for photo- 
graphic purposes when imported by the manufacturers of 
such dry plates for use exclusively in the manufacture 
thereof in their own factories. 

Glass plates or discs, rough cut or unwrought, for use in the 
manufacture of optical instruments, when imported by 
manufacturers of such optical instruments 


United Kingdom... 
Newfoundland 


25,592 

195 


N orway 

United States 

Total. . . 


16,. 566 
3,262 


45,615 


United Kingdom . . . 

Newfoundland 

■Japan 

M iquelon& St. Pierre 

Norway 

United States 

Total 


United States 


958,782 
1,677 
28, 846 
600 
178 

1,130,071 


2, 120, 154 


42,310 


L^nited Ivingdom-, 
United States. . . 

Total 


5,392 

18,299 


23,691 


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t ion — C oniinued . 


Articles. 


Countries. 


Quantity. 


Value. 


Free Goods. 


§ 


M.\NUr.4CTURED .\ND P.\RTI.\LLY M.\XVF.\CTURED .\RTICLES 

— Con. 

Glove fasteners, metal, shoe eyelets, cor.set eyelets, shoe 
eyelet hooks and shoe lace wire fasteners. 


United Kingdom 

France 

•Japan 

United States. . . 


Total 


Globes, geographical, topographical and astronomical 


United Kingdom 

France 

United States. . . 

Total 


Gold beaters’ moulds and gold beaters’ skins 


United Kingdom 

France 

United States. . . 

Total 


Gold and silver sweepings 


United. Kingdom 
United States. . . 

Total 


Hatters’ bands (not cords), bindings and hat sweats; hat- 
ters’ tip and sides when cut to shape, and cashmere when 
cut to shape for under brims and hat covers, for use 
exclusively in the manufacture of these articles in their 
own factories. 


United Kingdom 

F ranee 

Italy 

.Switzerland 

United States. . . 


Total. 


Hatters’ plush of silk or cotton 


United Kingdom 

France 

United States. . . 

Total 


Hoods, unfinished, composed of ‘Leghorn,’ ‘Manila,’ 
leaf, grass, willow or chip, not blocked or bleached 


palm 


B.W. Indies. . . 
United States 


Total 


Iron sand or globules or iron shot, and dry putty adapted 
for polishing gla.ss or granite or for sawing stone. 


L’nited Kingdom 
United States. . . 


Total 


Ivories, piano key 


United Kingdom 
United States. . . 

Total 


4,907 

3,89.3 

978 

479,208 


488,986 


738 

140 

14,481 


15, 359 


155 

1,837 

3,646 


5,638 


5 

3,964 


3,969 


22,0.30 

12,697 

2,348 

6,248 

208,938 


252,261 


7,700 

19,433 

16,049 


43,182 


1 , .301 
6,764 


8,065 


3,378 

38,051 


41,429 


68,926 
no, 815 


179,741 


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No. 22 — General Statement of Merchandise Imported for Home Consump- 
tion — Continued. 


Articles. 

Countries. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Free Goods. 


Cwt. 

S 

-M.\NUF.\CTURED .\XD P.^RTI.\LLY .M.^NUF.W'TURED .ARTICLES 

— Con. 

Junk, old r. . ; 

L'nited Kingdom. . . 

Bermuda 

R.W. TnHips 

1,191 

120 

13 

1,512 

2 

5,062 

7,680 

960 

54 

5,443 

7 

24,364 


Newfoundland 

Norway 




Total 

7,900 

1 .38,508 

Jute cloth or juie canvas as taken from the loom, not 
coloured, cropped, mangled, pressed, calendered, nor 
finished in any way. 

L'nited Kingdom. . . 
B. India 

Yd. 

3,660,044 
1,244,888 
.560, 181 

515,315 

67,941 

56,463 

United States 


Total 

5,465,113 

639,719 

Jute or hemp yarn, plain, dyed, or coloured, for weaving 
purpo.ses, for insulating wire, or for the manufacture of 
hammocks or twines. 

L'nited Kingdom. . . 

Italy 

T nitpfi Stfjfps 

Lb. 

1 , 270, 047 
64,251 
2,253,158 

182,809 
26, .582 
345,803 

( 


Total 

3,587,456 

555, 194 

Kelp, sea grass and sea weed in their natural state or 
cleaned only, n.o.p. 

Hong Kong 

China 

Japan 

L'nited States 

2,209 

58 

26, 250 
63,653 

492 

6 

1,847 

2,766 




Total 

82, 170 

5,111 



Lamp black, bone black, ivory black and carbon black. . . 

L'nited Kingdom. . . 
L'nited States 

36 

2,217,4.30 

19 

185,089 




Total 

2,217,466 

185, 108 



Lenses and shutters for manufacturing cameras 

T nitPfl T\inpfIom 


3,459 

58,286 

4 

L'nited States 






Total 


61 , 745 




Life-boats and life-saving apparatus specially imported by 
societies to encourage the saving of human life. 

Life-saving appliances, miners’ rescue and automatic resus- 
citation apparatus for artificial breathing. 

L'nited States 


140 



L'nited Kingdom. . . 


1,327 

15,624 

United States 





Total 


16,951 




Lime-juice, crude only (See Dutiable Goods.) 

B. \\ . Indies 

Gal. 

37,743 

11,460 



Lasting, mohair cloth, or other manufactures of cloth, 
woven or made in patterns of such size, shape or form or 
cut in any such manner as to be fit only for covering 
buttons, when imported by manufacturers of buttons. 

T^nitpH States 


2, 758 






Medals, of gold, silver or copper, and other metallic articles, 
actually bestowed as trophies or prizes and received and 
accepted as honorary distinctions, and cups or other 
metallic prizes won in bona fide competitions. 

L'nited Kingdom. . . 


746 

L'nited States 


5,433 



Total 


6,179 




360 


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No. 22. — General Statement of Merchandise Imported for Home Consump- 

t ion — C ontinued. 


Articles. 


Free Goods. 

M.\NUF.\CTURED .\ND PARTI.^LLY M.ANTJF.ACTURED ARTICLES 

— Con. 

Mexican saddle trees and stirrups of wood.- 


Metals, viz: — 
Aluminium leaf or foil 


Aluminium in ingots, blocks, bars, rods, strips, sheet or 
plates. 


Aluminium tubing in lengths of not less than 6 feet, not 
bent, etc. 


Anchors for vessels 


Bismuth, metallic, in its natural state 


Brass, viz: — 

Brass caps adapted for use in the manufacture of electric 
batteries. 

Brass cups, being rough blanks, for the manufacture of 
paper shells or cartridges, when imported by manu- 
facturers of brass and paper shells and cartridges, for 
use exclusively in the manufacture of such articles in 
their own factories. 

Bra.ss, old and scrap. 


Brass in blocks, ingots or pigs 


Brass tubing not polished, bent or otherwise manu- 
factured in lengths not less than 6 feet. 

Total, brass r 

Britannia metal, in pigs, blocks or bars 


Countries. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

United States 


s 

26,291 



Japan 


249 



87,422 



Total 


87,671 



United Kingdom. . . 
T’^nited Stafps 

■ Lb. 
21,280 
718,034 

3,295 

315,149 


Total 

739,314 

318,444 

United States 

5,535 

3, 657 


0 

United Kingdom. . . 

Newfoundland 

United States 

Cwt. 
5,780 
221 
4, .307 

36,375 

2,024 

43,394 


Total 

10,308 

81,793 

United Kingdom. . . 
United States 

Lb. 

2,248 

4,879 

6,018 

10,220 


Total 

7,127 

16,238 

United States 


10,229 



United States 


385,531 



Bermuda 

Cwt. 

83 

944 

B. W. Indies 

35 

500 

N ewdoundland 

847 

17,457 

F ranee 

14 

United States 

10,6.54 

250, 175 


Total 

11,619 

269, 090 


United States 

10,874 

266,663 


United States. .'.... 

Lb. 

845, 588 

354,972 




1,286,485 



F^nited States 

CwT. 

196 

9,714 



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tion — C on tinned . 


Articles. 


Free Goods. 

.MANUF.\CTURED ,\ND P.ARn.ALLY M.\NUF.\CTURED .ARTICLES 

— Con. 

Metals — Con. 

Chain, malleable sprocket or link belting, imported by 
manufacturers of agricultural implements for use in the 
manufacture of such implements in their own factories 


Copper, viz: — 

Copper, old and scrap 


C opper, in b ocks, pigs or ingots 


Copper, in bars and rods in coil or otherwise, in lengths 
of not less than 6 feet, unmanufactured. 


Countries. 

Quantity. 

Value. 



$ 

t 

United Kingdom. . . 


774 

United States 


252,516 

Total 


253,290 


Cwt. 


L'nited Kingdom. . 

92 

2,194 

Bermuda 

39 

553 

B. W. Indies 

49 

1,133 

Newfoundland 

181 

2,219 

United States 

672 

17,950 

Total 

1,033 

24,049 

L^nited States 

52,791 

1,475,158 

United States 

190, 675 

5, .543,741 


Copper, in strips, sheets or plates, not polished, planish- 
ed or coated, etc. 


United Kingdom. . . 
United States 


Total 


Copper tubing in lengths of not less than (> feet, and not 
polished, bent or otherwise manufactured. 


L^nitcd States 


237 

9,111 

20,446 

766,088 

20, 683 

775, 199 

Lb. . 


927,265 

429,302 


Total, copper 


8,247,449 


Cream separators, and steel bowls for 


Sweden 

United States 

Total 


Cream separators — materials which enter into the con- 
struction and form part of, when imported by manu- 
facturers of cream separators to be used in the manu- 
facture thereof and articles of metal for use in the 
manufacture of cream separator parts. 


Denmark 

L’nited States 


Total 


9,200 

468,680 


477,880 


8,466 

512,450 


.520,916 


Ferro manganese and spiegeleksen containing more than 
15% manganese. 


Gas buoys — 

The following articles and materials when imported by 
manufacturers of automatic gas buoys and automatic 
gas beacons, for use in the manufacture of such buoys 
and beacons for the Government of Canada or for 
export, viz.: Iron or steel tubes over 16 inches in 
diameter; flanged and dished steel heads made from 
boiler plate, over 5 feet in diameter; hardened steel 
balls, not less than 3 inches in diameter; acetylene 
gas lanterns and parts thereof and tobin bronze in 
bars or rods. 

Boiler plate of iron or steel not less than 30 inches in 
width and not less than I inch in thickness, for use 
exclusively in the manufacture of boilers. 


Linked Kingdom . . . 
United States 

Total ' . 


Ton. 

5,411 

7,438 


12,849 


Sweden 

United States. . . 

Total 


L^nited States 


Cwt. 

151,527 




771,828 

895,753 


1,667,581 


741 

4,241 


4,982 


835,557 


362 


C r.S TO M .s J ) EPAR T]f EX T 


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No. 22. — General Statement of Merchandise Imported for Home Consump- 
tion — Continued. 


Articles. 

Countries. . 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Free Goods. 


Cwt. 

S 

MANUFACTURED AND PARTI.\LLY M ANUF.\CTURED ARTICLES 

— Con. 

Metals — Con. 

Rolled iron or steel and cast steel in bars, band, hoop, 
scroll or strip, sheet or plate of any size, thickness or 
width, galvanized or coated with any material, or not, 
and steel blanks for the manufacture of milling cutters 
when of greater value than .3j cents per pound. (See 
Dutiable Goods.) 

United Kingdom. . . 

49, 694 

956, 1.37 




Rolled iron or steel sheets and strips, polished or not, 14 
gauge and thinner, n.o.p. (.See Dutiable Goods.) 

United Kingdom. . . 

418 

1,781 




• Rolled iron or steel hoop, band, scroll or strip. No. 14 
gauge and thinner, galvanized, or coated with other 
metal or not, n.o.p. (See Dutiable Goods.) 

United Kingdom. . . 

718 

3,170 




Rolled, iron or steel hoop, band, scroll or strip. No. 14 
gauge and thinner and rolled iron oj steel sheets, 
imported by manufacturers for use in their own fac- 
tories, in the manufacture of galvanized iron or steel 
hoop, band, scroll, strip or sheet. 

T nitod St«tos 

148,029 

923", 118 





Metallic elements and tungstic acid when imported by 
‘ manufacturers for use only in their own factories in the 

manufacture of metal filaments for electric lamps. 

United Kingdom. . . 


124 

L nited States 


94,. 587 



Total 


94,711 




Iron tubing, brass covered, not over 3 inches in diameter, 
and brass trimmings not polished, lacquered or other- 
wise manufactured, when imported by manufacturers 
of iron or brass bedsteads for u.se exclusively in the 
manufacture of such articles in their own factories. 

United States 


185, 255 






Iron tubing, brass covered, not over 2 inches in diameter, 
in the rough, when imported by manufacturers for use 
only in their own factories in the manufacture of towel 
bars, bathtub rails and clothes carriers. 

United Kingdom. . . 


463 



• 



Iron tubing, lacquered or brass covered, not over 2 inches 
in diameter, brass cased rods and brass trimmings, 
when imported by manufacturers of carriage rails for 
use exclusively in the manufacture of such articles in 
their own factories. 

\ 

Iron tubing, lacquered or brass covered, for manufactur- 
ing extension rods for windows. 

Iron or steel beams, sheets, plates, angles, knees, masts 
or parts thereof, and cable chains for wooden, iron, 
steel or composite ships or vessels. 

United States 


92 






United States 


3,933 



United Kingdom. . 

Newfoundland 

United .States 

16,372 

1,097 

1,091,631 

108,473 
15,332 
5, 800, 667 


Total 

1,109,100 

5,924,472 

Iron or steel bands, strips or sheets. No. 14 guage or 
thinner, coated, polished or not, and rolled iron or steel 
sections, not being ordinary square, flat, or round bars, 
when imported by manufacturers of saddlery hardware 
and hames, for use exclusively in the manufacture of 
such articles in their own factories. 

L'nited Kingdom. . . 


134 

L'nited States 


90, 989 



Total 


91 123 






Locomotive and car wheel tires of steel in the rough. . . . 

United States 

196, 704 

1,614,444 



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t ion — C ontinued. 


Articles. 


Countries. 


Quantity. 


Value. 


L'ree Good.s. 


S 


MAN'Ur.\CTURED .\ND P.\RTI.ALLY M.AXVF.ACTURED .\RTlrLES 

— Con. 

Metals — Con. 

Manufactured articles of iron or steel or brass which at 
the time of their importation are of a class or kind hot 
manufactured in Canada, imported for use in the con- 
struction or equipment of ships or vessels. 


Scrap iron and scrap steel, old, and fit only to be remanu- 
factured, being part of or recovered from any vessel 
wrecked in waters subject to the jurisdiction of Canada. 

vSkelp iron or steel sheared or rolled in grooves, not over 
4f inches wide, for the manufacture of rolled iron tubes 
not over inches in diameter. 

Lead, tea 


Machinery, viz; — 

Articles of metal as follows, when for use exclusively 
in mining or metallurgical operations, viz: coal cut- 
ting machines, except percussion coal cutters; coal 
heading machines; coal augers; rotary coal drills; 
core drills; miners’ safety lamps and parts thereof, 
al.so accessories for cleaning, filling and testing such 
lamps; electric or magnetic machines for separating 
or concentrating iron ores; furnaces for the smelting 
of copper, zinc and nickel ores; converting apparatus 
for metallurgical processes in metals; copper plates, 
plated or not; machinery for extraction of precious 
metals by the chlorination or cyanide processes; 
amalgam safes; automatic ore samplers; automatic 
feeders; retorts; mercury pumps; pyrometers, bullion 
furnaces; amalgaih cleaners; blast furnace blowing 
engines; and intergal parts of all machinery men- 
tioned in this item; blowers of iron or steel for use 
in the smelting of ores, or in the reduction, separation 
or refining of metals; rotary kilns, revolving roasters 
and furnaces of metal designed for loasting ore, 
mineral, rock or clay; furnace slag trucks and slag 
pots of a class or kind not made in Canada; buddies, 
vanners and slime tables adapted for use in gold 
mining. 

Diamond drills and parts of, not to include motive 
power. 

Appliances of iron or steel, of a class or kind not made 
in Canada, and elevators and machinery of floating 
dredges, when for u.se exclusively in alluvial gold 
mining. 


Well-drilling machinery, and apparatus of a class or 
kind not made in Canada for drilling for water, 
natural gas or oil and for prospecting for minerals, 
not to include motive power. 

Briquette making machines 


United Kingdom. 
Newfoundland. . . . 
Miquelon and St. 

Pierre 

United States. . . . 

Total 


271,826 

30 

84 

429,585 


701 , .525 


Cwt. 


United States 


L nited States 


United Kingdom. 
United States. . . . 

Total 


150 

330 

40,411 

147,239 

Lb. 


141,880 

16,097 

364,450 

49,766 

.506,. 330 

65,863 


United Kingdom 

Germany 

United States. . . 

Total 




5,721 
5, 655 
798,519 


809,895 


United States 


Australia 

United States 

Total 


L^nited States 


United States 


65, 945 


487 

91,874 


92,361 


5,307 


1,166 


364 


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No. 22. — General Statement of ^Merchandise Imported for Home Consump- 

t ion — C ontinued. 


Articles. 


Free Goods. 

MANrF.\CTURED .‘iXD P.ARTI.\LLY M.^XLF.ACTfRED .\RTICLES 

— Con. 

Metals — Con. 

Machinery — Con. 

Newspaper printing presses, of not less value by retail 
than 81,500 each, of a class or kind not made in 
C'anada. 


Machinery and tools not manufactured in Canada up 
to the required standard necessary for any factory to 
be established in Canada for the manufacture of 
rifles for the Government of C anada. 


All materials or parts in the rough, unfinished, and 
screws, nuts, bands and springs, and steel for rough 
unfinished parts, to be used in rifles to be manufac- 
tured in any such, factory for the Government of 
Canada. 

^lachines, type casting and t 5 ’pesetting and parts 
thereof, adapted for use in printing offices. 


Machinery of every kind and structural iron and steel 
for use in the construction and equipment of factories 
for the manufacture of sugar from beet root. 

Machinery of a class or kind not made in Canada and 
parts thereof, for the manufacture of twine, cordage 
or linen or for the preparation of fjax fibre. 


Machines, traction ditching (not being ploughs) 
adapted for tile drainage on farms, valued by retail 
at not more than 83,000 each, and parts thereof for 
repairs. 

Traction engines for farm purposes costing not more 
than 81,400 in country of production. 

Parts of traction engines and automobile traction 
attachments for farm purposes. 


Mould boards or shares, or plough plates, land sides, and 
other plates for agricultural implements, when cut to 
shape from rolled plates of steel, but not moulded 
punched, polished or otherwise manufactured. 


Metal tips, studs and eyes for the manufacture of corset 
clasps and corset wires. 


Nickel, nickel silver and German silver, in bars and rods 
and also in strips, sheets or plates. 


Nickel, nickel silver and German silver, in ingots or 
blocks, n.o.p. 


United Kingdom. 
United States. . . . 


United States. 


Countries. 


nited Kingdom, 
nited States. . . . 


Total. 


Total. 


F'nited Kingdon> 
United States. . . 


Total. 


United States. 


United Kingdom. 
United States. . . . 


Total. 


United States. 

United States. 
United States. 


United States 


United States. 


United States. 


Total .'. 


Quantity. 


No. 


1 

53 


54 


21 


1,108 


United Kingdom. . 
United States 


Cwt. 
138,348 


Lb. 
554,884 


27,019 

89,146 

116,165 


Value. 


6.327 

213,887 


220,214 


40 

767 


807 


21 , 690 


50 

601,688 


601,738 


15,854 


614 

26,966 


27,580 


69,528 


1,010,269 


77, 195 


996,825 


11,510 


240,002 


10,809 

42,800 

53,609 


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tion — Continued. 


Articles. 

Countries. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Free Goods. 



S 

MANUFACTURED AND PARTIALLY MANUFACTURED ARTICLES 

— Con. 

Metals — Con. 

Machinery — Con. 

Platinum retorts, pans, condensers, tubing and pipe, and 
preparations of platinum, when imported by manu- 
facturers of sulphuric acid, for use exclusively in the 
manufacture or concentration of sulphuric acid in their 
own factories. 

United States 


36 




1 


Platinum wire and platinum in bars, strips, sheets or 
plates. 

L^nited Kingdom. . , 


58 

Q1 91C 

United States. . 






Total 


91,276 




Ribs of brass, iron or steel, runners, rings, caps, notches, 
ferrules, mounts and sticks or canes in the rough, or 
not further manufactured than cut into lengths, suitable 
for umbrella, parasol or sunshade or walking sticks, 
when imported by manufacturers of such articles for 
use exclusively in their own factories. 

Sewing machine attach ment.s . 

United Kingdom. . . 


25,724 
1,513 
129,. 569 

.Japan 


L'nited States 




Total 


156,806 



TTnitpfl Sfnfps 


60, 774 




Steel balls adapted for use on bearings on machinery and 
A^ehicles. {See Dutiable Goods.) 

Steel rolled for saws and straw cutters not tempered or 
ground nor further manufactured than cut to shape, 
without indented edges. 

United Kingdom. . . 


9 




United Kingdom. . . 
United States 

Cwt. 

2,245 

26,267 

36,352 

405,818 

Total 

28,512 

442, 170 



Steel wire Bessemer soft drawn spring of Nos. 10, 12 and 
13 gauge, respectively, and homo steel spring wire of 
Nos. 11 and 12 gauge, respectively, when imported by 
manufacturers of wire mattresses to be used exclusively 
in their own factories in the manufacture of such articles 

United States 

25, 988 

122,927 




Steel, crucible sheet, 11 to 16 gauge, 2|to 18 inches wide 
for the manufacture of mower and reaper knives when 
imported by manufacturers thereof for use exclusively 
in the manufacture of such articles in their own factories 

United States 

9,*184 

95,204 





Steel of No. 20 gauge and thinner, but not thinner than 

United States. . . . 

3,267 

53,201 

No. 30 gauge, for the manufacture of corset steels, clock 
springs and shoe shanks, imported by manufacturers of 
such articles for use exelusively in the manufacture of 
such articles in their own factories. 





Steel wire flat, of 16 gauge or thinner imported by the 
manufacturers of crinoline or corset wires and dress 
stays, for use exclusively in the manufacture of such 
articles in their own factories. 

TTnitprl . . . 

4,479 

60, 848 






Steel of No. 12 gauge and thinner, but not thinner than 

TTnitoH Statps 

2,709 

17,424 

No. 30 gauge, for the manufacture of buckle clasps, bed 
fasts, furniture casters and ice creepers, imported by 
the manufacturers of such articles, for use exclusively 
in the manufacture of such articles in their own factories 





Steel No. 24 and 17 gauge, in sheets 63 inches long, and 
from 18 to 32 inches wide when imported by the manu- 
facturers of tubular bow sockets for use exclusively in 
the manufacture of such articles in their own factories. 

L nited States 

2 , 554 

14,420 






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t ion — C ontinued . 


Articles. 


Countries. 


Quantity. 


Value. 


Feee Goods. 

M.\XUF.\CTURED .\ND P.\RTI.\LLY M.^NCF.\CTURED .\ETICLES 

— Con. 

Metals — Con. 

Steel springs for the manufacture of surgical trusses when 
imported by manufacturers of surgical trusses for use 
exclusively in the manufacture thereof in their own 
factories. 

Stereotypes, electrotypes and celluloids of newspaper 
columns in any language other than English and French 
and of books, and bases and matrices and copper shells 
for the ^ame, whether composed wholly or in part of 
metal or celluloid. 

Rolled iron and rolled steel nail rods, under half an inch 
in diameter, for the manufacture of horse shoe nails. 

Tagging metal, plain, japanned or coated, in coils, not 
over I 5 inches wide, when imported by the manufac- 
turers of shoe and corset laces for use exclusively in the 

manufacture of such articles in their own factories. 

/ 

Tin in blocks, pigs and bars 


United States 


United Kingdom. 
United States. . . . 


Total. 


United States. 
United States. 


United Kingdom. . . 
B . Straits Settle- 
ments 

Hong Kong 

United States 


Total. 


Tin plates and sheets. 


L'nited Kingdom. . 
United States 


Total . 


Tin foil . 


United Kingdom. 
L’nited States. . . . 


Total. 


Tin strip waste. 


United States. 


Steel seamless tubing valued at not less than 3j cents 
per pound,. (See Dutiable Goods.) 

vSteel or iron tubes rolled, not joined or welded, not more 
than I 7 inches in diameter, n.o.p. 

Seamless steel or wrought iron boiler tubes, including 
flues and corrugated tubes for marine boilers. 


United Kingdom. 
United States. . . . 


United Kingdom. 
United States. . . . 


Total. 


Barbed fence wire of iron or steel. 


United States. 


M ire, crucible cast steel valued at not less than 6 cents per 
pound {See Dutiable Goods). 

Wire of brass, zinc, iron or steel, screwed or twisted, or 
flattened or corrugated, for use in connection with 
nailing machines for the manufacture of boots and 
shoes, when imported by the manufacturers of boots 
and shoes, to be used exclusively for such purposes in 
their own factories. 


United Kingdom. 


United Kingdom. 
United States. . . . 


Total . 


Lb. 


1,179 


649 


Scj. in. 
24,332 
845,405 


376 

22,156 


869 , 7.37 


22,532 


Cwt. 

26,726 


102, 075 


177 


3, 775 


. 33,334 

2,230 
618 
2,. 501 


1 , 8 . 36,429 

97,493 
35, 564 
141,558 


. 38,683 


2 , 111,044 


12,. 321 
1 , 270, 796 


84,116 
9 , 853,. 542 


1 , 283,117 


9 , 9 . 37,658 


Lb. 

2,047 

928,506 


1,181 

246,491 


9 . 30,553 


247,672 


8,861 


325 


Cwt. 


188 


5,491 


90, 049 


7,981 

1 , 484,243 


1 , 492,224 


318,897 


1,.381 125 


Lb. 

32,567 


12,703 


200 

94,296 


40 

31,819 


94,496 


. 31,859 


/ 


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No. 22. — General Statement of Mevchanclise Imported for Home Consump- 
tion — Continued. 


Articles. 

Countries. 

Quantity. 

^'alue. 

Free Goods. 


Cwt. 

•S 

M.\NUF.\CTURED .\XD P.\RTIALLY M.A.VUF.\CTURED .ARTICLES 

— Con. 

Metals — Con. 

Wire, curved or not, galvanized iron or steel Nos. 9, 12 
and 1.3 gauge with variations not exceeding 4-1000 of an 
inch, and not for u.se in telegraph or telephone lines. 

L'nited States 

464,-544 

1,696,939 




Wire rope for use exclusively for rigging of ships and 
vessels. 

L^nited Kingdom . . 
United States 

950 

131 

10,546 

2,566 


Total 

1.081 

13,112 

Wire, steel, valued at not less than 2f cents per pound 
when imported by manufacturers of rope for use exclu- 
sively in the manufacture of rope. 

United Kingdom. . 
United States 

24,. 552 
23,349 

177,7,38 

167,467 

, Total 

47,901 

.345,205 

f 

Yellow metal, in bars, bolts and sheets, for use in the 
construction or repairs of vessels. 

Zinc, viz: — 

Zinc in blocks, pigs, bars, roils, sheets and plates 

T^nitpr) St;ifps 

236 

8,802 


L'nited Kingdom. . 
Miquelon and St. 

Pierre 

T nitprl iStatos . 

20 

352 

58 

418,186 


12 

27,021 




Total 

27,053 

418,596 

Zinc spelter 

United Kingdom. .‘ 
TTnitpH Statps. . . 

40 

300 


163,577 

1,497,674 




Total 

163,617 

1,497,974 




Total, zinc 



1,916,570 




Molasses not testing more than 56 degrees by the polari- 
scope the produce of any British countrj' entitled to the 
benefits of the British Preferential Tariff when produced 
from sugar cane and imported direct by ship, from the 
country of production, or from any British country, in 
the original package in which it was placed at the point 
of production and not afterwards subjected to any process 
of treating or mixing (See Dutiable Goods). 

B. Guiana 

B. W. Indies 

Gal. 

105 

4,918,784 

63 

1,969,293 


Total 

4,918,889 

1,969,-356 




Newspapers, and quarterly, monthly and semi-monthly 
magazines, and weekly literary papers, unbound. 

United Kingdom. . 


38,518 

417 

New Zealand 


France 


662 


Japan . 


399 

- 

Ignited States 


1,669,368 




- 

Total 


1,709,-364 




Noils, being the short wool that falls from the combs in 
worsted factories; and worsted top.s, n.o.p. 

United Kingdom. . 

- 

3,882,410 

L nited States 


536,444 




Total 


4,418,854 




Oakum of jute or hemp 

United Kingdom. . . 
T’^nited States . 

Cwt. 

7,378 

10,4.54 

92,489 

113,41.3 





Total 

17,832 

205,902 


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No. 22. — General Statement of Merchandise Imported for Home Consump- 
tion — Continued. 


Articles. 


Free Goods. 

MANrr.^CTUEED AND PARTIALLY MANUFACTURED ARTICLES 

— Con. 

Oil cake, linseed, and linseed oil cake meal, cotton seed cake 
and meal, palm nut cake and meal. 


Soya beans and soya bean cake, for use in the manufacture 
of cattle food and of fertilizers, when imported by manu- 
facturers of such cattle food and fertilizers. 

Oils, viz: — 

Carbolic or heaA^y oil 


Cocoanut, palm and palm kernel, not edible, peanut and 
soya bean for manufacture of soap. 


Cotton seed, refined, edible, and peanut for canning fish. 


Cotton seed, crude, for the manufacture of refined cotton 
seed oil. 

Gasoline under • 725 specific gravity at 60 degrees temper- 
ature. 


Palm bleached and Shea butter. 


Asphaltum oil. 


Olive, for manufacturing soap or tobacco or for canning 
fish. 


Petroleum imported by miners or mining companies or 
concerns for use in the concentration of ores of metals 
in their own concentrating establishments. 

Rosin oil and Chinawood oil 


Total, oils. 


Oleomargarine . 


Countries. 


United States. 


United States. 


United Kingdom. 
United States. . . . 


Total. 


United Kingdom. 

Australia 

China 

Japan 

United States. . . . 


Total. 


United States. 


United States. 


Newfoundland. 
United States. 


Total. 


United Kingdom. 


United States. 


Italy 

Spain 

United States. 


Total. 


United States. 


L*nited Kingdom. 
United States. . . . 


Total . 


United States. 


Quantity. 


Cwt. 


229,477 


12,574 


Gal. 

19,949 
206, 958 


226,907 


171,201 

176,256 

8,967 

281,801 

1,443,447 


2,081,672 


45,615 


4,088,501 


1 , 675 
13,655,613 


13,657,288 


Lb. 

3,600 


Gal. 

95 
12,083 
20, 946 


33, 124 


409 


Lb. 

2,262,514 


Value. 


475,041 


20,674 


3,831 

38,0.59 


41,890 


188,339 

231,839 

9,354 

284,816 

1,752,411 


2,466,759 


70,291 


5,366,253 


662 

2,989,134 


2,989,796 


842 


55, 634 


108 

23,397 

37,4.54 


60, 959 


118 


659 

498,508 


499, 167 


11,551,709 


607,302 


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tion — Continued. 


Articles. 


Countries. 


Quantity. 


Value. 


Free Goods. 


-S 


M.\NUF.\CTTJRED .-VND P.\RTr.\LLY MAXUF.\CTURED ARTICLES 

— Con. 

Paper, matrix, not being tis.sue paper, for use in printing. . . United Kingdom 

United States. . . 


Total 


Paper tubes and cones of all sizes adapted for winding yarn 
thereon . 


L'nited Kingdom 
L'nited States. . . 


Total 


Paper and materials of paper, gutta percha and rubber for 
the manufacture of music rolls for piano players. 


United States 


Paper, photographic, plain basic, baryta coated, adapted 
for use exclusively in the manufacture of albuminized or 
sensitized paper. 


United Kingdom 
United States. . . 

Total 


/ 


Paper, decalcomania, not printed, when imported by 
manufacturers of decalcomania transfers, to be used in 
their ovm factories in the manufacture of such transfers. 


United States 


2,223 

24,991 


27,214 


1,909 

40,452 


42,361 


2,529 


4 

146,895 


146,899 


3,297 


Philosophical and scientific apparatus, utensils, instruments 
and preparations, including boxes and bottles containing 
the same, maps, photographic reproductions, casts as 
models, etchings, lithographic prints or charts, when 
specially imported in good faith for use and by order of 
any society or institution, incorporated or established 
solely for religious, philosophical, educational, scientific 
or literary purposes, or for the encouragement of the fine 
arts or for the use or by order of any college, academy, 
school or seminary of learning in Canada, and not for sale. 


United Kingdom 

Australia 

B. W. Indies 

China 

France 

Japan 

Switzerland 

L^nited States. . . 

Total 


Piano and organ parts: — key pins, damper springs, jack 
springs, rail springs, regulating screws, spoons, bridle 
wires, damper wires, back check wires, dowel wires, 
German centre pins, brass pins, rail hooks, brass brackets, 
plates, damper rod nuts, damper sockets and screws, 
shell, brass capstan screws, brass flange plates and 
screws, brass flanges, brass whitened spring wire, ham- 
mer wires, fly felt, butt felt, damper felt, hammer rail 
cloth, back check felt, catch felt, thin damper felt, whip 
cloth, bushing cloth, hammer felt, back hammer felt, 
bridle leather and buckskin when imported by manu- 
facturers of piano keys, actions, hammers, base dampers 
and organ keys, for use exclusively in the manufacture of 
such articles in their own factories. 


United Kingdom 
L'nited States. . . 

Total 


18,066 

35 

4 

41 

3,141 

241 

302 

166,710 


188,540 


18,273 

134,081 


152,354 


Prunella cloth of wool 


Rags of cotton, jute, hemp, and wool; paper waste clippings, 
and waste of all kinds, n.o.p., except metallic; broken 
glass or glass cullet. 


United Kingdom. . . 


20,073 



United Kingdom. . . 

Cwt. 

13,294 

68,815 

Newfoundland 

192 

959 

Japan 

52 

407 

Portugal 

8,908 

31,938 

Spain 

4,288 

6,509 

United States 

478,909 

1,518,348 

Total 

505,043 

1 , 626, 976 

United States 

305,729 

702,431 


Resin or rosin in packages of not less than 100 lb 

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No. 22. — General Statement of ^Merchandise Imported for Home Consump- 
tion — Continued. 


Articles. 


Free Goods. 

M.\N't:F.\CTURED .\XD P.\RTI.\LI.Y M.^NTE.^CTr RED .\RTICLES 

— Con. 

Rubber, viz: — 

Rubber and gutta percha. crude caoutchouc or India 
rubber unmanufactured. 


Rubber, recovered. 


Rubber, hard, in sheets but not further manufactured, 
also hard rubber in strips or rods but not further manu- 
factured, when imported for use in Canadian manufac- 
tures. 


Rubber substitute. 


Rubber powdered and rubber or gutta percha waste or 
junk. 


Rubber thread not covered. 
Total, rubber 


Soap; whale oil. 


Spirits, amyl alcohol or refined fusil oil, when imported by 
the Dept, of Inland Revenue, or by a person licensed by 
the Minister of Inland Revenue, to be denatured for u.se 
in the manufacture of metal varnishes or lacquers. 

Spirits, ethyl alcohol, when imported by the Department 
of Inland Revenue or by a person licensed by the Mini 
of Inland Revenue, to be denatured for use in the 
and industries, and for fuel, light and power. 

Spurs and stilts adapted for use in the manufactur 
earthenware. 


or rubber heads, thumbs and tips, and steel, iron or 
nickle caps for whip ends, importeci by whip manufac 
turers for use exclusively in the manufacture of whips ii 
their own factories. 


Countries. 

Quantity. 

Value. 


Lb. 

s 

L’nited Kingdom. . . 

1,557,. 519 

975,708 

B. E. Indies other. . 

.313,640 

213,350 

B. Straits Settle- 



ments 

4,405-, 652 

2,651,761 

French Guiana 

2,540 

1,598 

Japan 

35,286 

24,34.3 

Kongo Free State.. . 

31,361 

16,795 

F'nited .States 

6,749,647 

3,728,066 

Total 

13,095, (M5 

7,611,621 

United Kingdom . . . 

11,200 

1,760 

United States 

4,476,572 

720,941 

Total 

4,487,772 

722,701 

United Kingdom. . . 

15,741 

10,42.3 

United States 

46,498 

34,639 

Total 

• 62,2.39 

45,062 

United Kingdom. . . 

13,641 

2, 14.3 

United States 

5.35,395 

57,028 

Total 

549,036 

59,171 

United Kingdom. . 

483,239 

23,510 

N ewfoundland 

11,892 

669 

United States 

1,611,678 

116,055 

Total 

2,106,809 

140,234 

United States 

37,456 

55, 139 


20,3.38,957 

8,633,928 

United States 

19,. 384 

1,380 


Gal. 


F’nited States 

150 

623 

United States 

4.3,206 

19,897 

L'nited States 


383 

United States 


8,919 





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tion — Continued. 


Articles. 


Free Goods. 

.\I.\NUr.\CTURED AND PARTIALLY MANUF.WTURED ARTICLES 

— Con . 

Scientific apparatus, gla.ss ware and other for laboratory 
work, also apparatus for sterilizing purposes, not including 
washing or laundry machines, — all for use in public 
hospitals. 


Surgical and dental instruments of metal and surgical 
needles, and surgical operating tables for use in hospitals, 
X ray apparatus and parts thereof, and microscopes 
valued at not less than S.50 each by retail. 


Tar coal, crude, in packages of not less than 1.5 gal.; and 
coal pitch. 


Tar, pine, crude, in packages of not less than 15 gal.; and 
pine pitch. 


Countries. 


United Kingdom. 
United States. . . 


Total . 


L’nited Kingdom . 

France 

•Japan 

United State.s. . . 


Total . 


United Kingdom. 
Newfoundland. . . 
United States. . . 


Turpentine, raw or crude. 


Turpentine, spirits of. 


Total. 


L'nited Kingdom. 
United States. . . 


Total. 


United Kingdom. 
United States.' . . . 


Total. 


United Kingdom. 
United States. . . 

Total 


Twine or yarn of paper imported by manufacturers for the 
purpose of being woven into fabrics. 

Twine pr yarn of paper for use in the manufacture of furniture 


Typewriters, type tablets with movable figures, and United States, 
musical instruments, when imported by and for use of 
schools for the blind. 

Vaccine points, articles for the manufacture, viz.: glass F’nited States, 
caps, metallic tubes, shells, containers and capillary 
tubes, rubber bulbs, boxes and corks, when imported 
by manufacturers of vaccine points for use exclusively in 
the manufacture of such articles in their own factories. 

Wool waste in the white, garnetted, for the manufacture of United Kingdom 


L'nitcd States 


L'nited States. 


woolen goods. 


Yarn, viz: — 

Yarn, cotton. No. 40 and finer. 


L'nited States. 
Total. 


United Kingdom. 

Japan 

United States. . . 


Total. 


Quantity. 


Gal. 

15,835 

100 

2,241,291 


2,257,226 


40 

287,297 


287,337 


Lb. 

1,224 

2,940 


4,164 


Gal. 
1,053,840 


1,053,845 


Lb. 
700,428 
193.553 


893,981 


1,529,713 

30 

791,821 


2,321,564 


Value. 


190 

19,176 


19,366 


11,645 

419 

4,994 

649,647 


666, 705 


574 

12 

90,378 


90,964 


00 

67,269 


67,324 


101 

161 


262 


12 

507,959 


507,971 


7,607 


2,547 


425 


5,583 


361 , 286 
90, 703 


451,989 


1,499,065 

16 

660, 425 


2,159,506 


11— i— 24i 


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No. 22. — General Statement of Merchandise Imported for Home Consump- 
tion — Continued. 


Articles. 


Free Goods. 

MANUFACTURED AND PARTIALLY M.ANUF.^CTURED ARTICLES 

— Con . 

Yarn — Con. 

Yarn, cotton, polished or glazed, when imported by 
manufacturers of shoe laces, for use exclusively in the 
manufacture of such ijrticlesdn their own factories. 


Yarn, linen, for the manufacture of towels, damask or 
seamless linen fire hose duck, when imported by the 
manufacturers of such articles for use exclusively in the 
manufacture of such articles in their own factories. 

Yarn, mohair 


Yarn, spun from the hair of the alpaca. 


Yarn, wool or worsted, when genapped, dyed or finished 
and imported by manufacturers of braid, cords, tassels, 
buttons and fringes, for use exclusively in the manufac- 
ture of such articles in their own factories. 

Yarns, thread and filaments of artificial and imitation 
silk, produced from a form cellulose obtained by chem- 
ical processes from cotton or wool when imported by 
manufacturers of knitted, woven or braided fabrics, for 
use only in their own factories in the manufacture of 
such knitted, woven or braided fabrics. 

Total yarn 

Total, manufactures 


MISCELLANEOUS ARTICLES. 

Anatomical preparations and skeletons or parts thereof. . . . 

Apparel,^ wearing, and other personal and household effects, 
not merchandise, of British subjects dying abroad, but 
domiciled in Canada; books, pictures, family plate or 
furniture, personal effects and heirlooms left by bequest. 


Articles and other goods, the growth, produce or manufac- 
ture of Canada, returned within five years after having 
been exported. 


N 


Countries. 

Quantity. 

Value. 


Lb. 

$ 

United Kingdom. . . 

49,592 

48,833 

Japan 

600 

257 

United States 

95,630 

73,460 

Total. 

145,822 

122.550 

United Kingdom . . . 

331,281 

176,381 

United States 

6,070 

2,690 

Total 

337,351 

179,071 

United Kingdom. *. 

1,333 

1,970 

United States 

1,055 

1,365 

Total 

2,388 

3,335 

United Kingdom. . . 

10,377 

18,374 

United States 

444 

1,050 

Total 

10,821 

19,424 

United Kingdom. . . 

1,135 

1,630 

United States 

119 

126 

Total 

1,254 

1,756 

United Kingdom. . . 

87,527 

216,956 

United States 

72,563 

259, 143 

Total 

160,090 

476,099 


2,979,290 

2,961,741 



132,277,712 




United States 


1,369 

United Kingdom. . . 


8,884 

New Zealand 


25 

United States 


28,718 

Total 

■ ■ ■ 

37,627 

United Kingdom. . . 


932,301 

Australia 


768 

Bermuda 


280 

B. S. Africa 


469 

B. Guiana 


84 

B. \\ . Indies 


3,914 

Newfoundland 


12,538 

New Zealand 


1,870 

China 


1,676 

Cuba 


1,000 

France 


1,525 

Japan 


500 

Miquelon and St. 



P ierre 


261 

United States 


1,478,173 

Total 


2,435,359 


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tion — Continued. 


Articles. 


Countries. 


Quantity. 


Value. 


Free Goods. 

MISCELLANEOUS ARTICLES — Con . 

Articles brought into Canada temporarily and for a period 
not exceeding three months for the purpose of exhibition 
or of competition for prizes offered by any agricultural 
or other association. 


Articles for the use of the Governor General. 


United Kingdom. 

B. W. Indies 

Newfoundland. . . . 
United States 


D 

332 

5,000 

922,406 


Total. 


927,743 


Articles for the personal or official use of Consuls General 
who are natives or citizens of the Country they represent 
and who are not engaged in any other business or profession 


Articles for the use of the Army and Navy, viz: Arms, 
military stores, munitions of v/ar, and other articles the 
property of the Imperial Government and to remain the 
property of such Government; articles consigned direct to 
officers and men of His Majesty’s Imperial Navy, for 
their own personal use or consumption, on board their 
own ships. 


Articles ex-warehoused for ship’s stores. 


Unitfed Kingdom. 

Cuba 

France 

L'nited States 


9,118 

1,565 

10 

8,508 


Total. 


19,201 


United Kingdom. 

Cuba 

France 

Italy 

Japan 

United States 


139 

123 

203 

60 

100 

10,546 


Total. 


11,171 


United Kingdom. 

Bermuda 

B. W. Indies 

Newfoundland. . . . 

New Zealand 

Chili 

China 

Japan 

United States 


1 , 047,523 
29, 660 
18,936 
14, 454 
' 48,749 
168,995 
193,826 
9,279 
129 , 242,053 


Total. 


1 . 30 , 773,475 


United Kingdom. 

Australia 

Bermuda 

B. India 

B. W. Indies 

Hong Kong 

Malta 

Newfoundland. . . . 

New Zealand 

Argentina 

China 

Cuba 

Denmark 

France 

Germany 

Greece 

Hawaii 

Holland 

Italy 

Japan 

ilexico 

Mitjuelon and St. 

Iherre 

Norway 

Peru 

Philippines 

Portugal 

Spain 

United States 


Total. 


160,741 

1,379 

37 

36 

1,004 

1,167 

19 
111 
632 

1,460 

607 

1,190 

6 

2,847 

20 
2 

304 

655 

93 

3,252 

476 

18 

8 

18,389 

44 

304 

71 

2 , 733,611 

2 , 928,483 


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t ion — C onti n uecl . 


Articles. 


Countries. 


Quantity. 


Value. 


Frek Good.s. 

MISCELL.-VNEOUS ARTICLE.S CoU. 

Articles presented from abroad in recognition of the saving 
of human life. 

Bacteriological products or serum for subcutaneous injection 


Barrels or packages of Canadian manufacture which have 
been exported filled with Canadian products, when 
returned, or exported empty and returned filled with 
foreign products. 


Bird skins and skins of animals not native to Canada, and 
fish skins for taxidermic purposes, not further manufac- 
tured than prepared for preservation. 

Botanical, entomological and mineral gical specimens. . . 


United States. 


L’nited Kingdom. 

h’rance 

United States 


Total.. 

Bermuda 

B. W. Indies. . . 
Newfoundland. 
United States.. 


Total... 


United States. 


Argentina 

L'nited States. 

Total 


Cabinets of coins, collections of medals and collections of 
postage stamps 

Collections of antiquities when imported for or by public 
museums, public libraries, universities, colleges or schools 
and which are to be placed in such institutions. 

Clothing and books, donations of, for charitable purposes. 


United States. 


Lnited States. 


United Kingdom. 
Newfoundland. . . . 

New Zealand 

United States 


Total. 


Casual donations from abroad sent by friends, and not 
being advertising matter, tobacco, articles containing 
spirits or merchandise for sale — when the duty otherwise 
payable thereon does not exceed fifty cents in any one 
case — under regulations by the Minister of Customs. 


L'nited Kingdom. 

Australia 

Bermuda’. 

B. India 

B. W. Indies 

Egypt 

Newfoundland ... 

France 

Hawaii 

•Japan 

United States 


Total. 


Ice. 


L'nited States. 


Models of inventions and other improvements in the Arts, 
but no articles shall be deemed a model which can be 
fitted for use. 


L'nited Kingdom. 

Australia 

France 

L'nited States 


Total. 


361 


5,092 

4,188 

98,087 


107,367 


300 
. 18 
385 
13,274 


14,477 


2,697 


25 

2,802 


2,827 


3,613 


993 


1,248 

61 

2 

37,. 592 


38,903 


22,728 

50 

167 

250 

228 

2 

4,229 

910 

19 

73 

132,111 


160,767 


3,723 


35 

20 

1,022 

60,746 

61,823 


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/ 


Articles. 


C ountries. 


Free Goods. 

MISCELLANEOrS ARTICLE.S — Con. 


I 

Quantity. I Value. 


.S 


Paintings in oil or water colours, and pastels, valued at not 
less than twenty dollars each: paintings and sculptures by 
artists domiciled in Canada but residing temporarily 
abroad for purposes of study, — under regulations by the 
Minister of Customs. 


Passover bread 


Photographs, press, for use only as nervs pictures 


Settlers’ eflfects 


■Specimens, models and wall diagrams for illustrations of 
natural history for universities and public museums. . . . 


Menageries, hor.ses, cattle, carriages and harness of 
Vaccine and ivory vaccine points 


Works of Arts in bronze cast from models made in Canada 
and designed by sculptors domiciled therein. 


Tea, viz: — 

*Tea of Ceylon, black, imported direct or purchased in 
bond in the United Kingdom. 


L'nited Kingdom 

France 

Holland 

Italy 

United States., . . 

Total 


33,092 
24,826 
4,721 
293 
179,. 379 


242,311 


United States 


85,244 


United States 


United Kingdom. . . 

.Australia 

Bermuda 

B. Guiana 

B. India 

B. W. Indies 

Hong Kong 

Newfoundland 

New Zealand 

-Argentina 

China .'.... 

Denmark 

France 

Hawaii 

Japan 

Me.xico 

Miquelon and St. 

Pierre 

Norway 

Persia 

Peru 

United States 

Total 


Alaska 

L’^nited States 

Total 

United States 

United Kingdom. 
B. E. Indies other 

France 

United States. . . . 

Total 

France 

United States. . . . 

Total 


166 


2H,6?3 

500 

160 

50 

50 

500 

638 

18,096 

950 

2,000 

5,085 

2,000 

1,816 

25 

1,005 

1,.500 


1,011 

105 

122 

500 

6,116,555 


6,367,291 


20 

1,542 


1,562 


52 


78 

2 

1,418 

53,130 


54,628 


1,438 

6,227 


7,665 


United Kingdom. . . 
B. E. Indies other. . 

Total 


Lb. 

184,074 

12,877,330 


.13,061,404 


54,784 

3,464,348 


3,519,132 


*See dutiable goods. 


376 


CUSTOMS DEPARTMENT 


9 GEORGE V, A. 1919 

No. 22. — General Statement of Merchandise Imported for Home Consump- 

iion-^Continued. 


, Articles. 

Countries. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Fhee Goods. 

MISCELLANEOUS ARTICLES — Co7l. 

Tea — Con. . 

*Tea of Ceylon, green, imported direct or purchased in 
bond in the United Kingdom. 

*Tea of China, black, imported direct or purchased in 
bond in the United Kingdom. 

/ 

*Tea ot China, green, imported direct or purchased in 
bond in the United Kingdom. 

*Tea of India, black, imported direct or purcha.sed in 
bond in the United Kingdom. 

*Tea of India, green, .imported direct or purchased in 
bond in the United Kingdom. 

*Tea of Japan, green, imported direct or purchased in 
bond in the United Kingdom. 

*Tea of other countries, black, imported direct or pur- 
chased in bond in the United Kingdom. 

*Tea of other countries, green, imported direct or pur- 
chased in bond in the United Kingdom. 

Cnited Kingdom. . . 
3. E. Indies other. . 

Lb. 

‘ X 

99,201 

401,517 

S 

35,465 

116,896 

Total 

500, 718 

152,361 

United Kingdom. . . 

Hong Kong 

nhina 

2,490 

288,494 

1,452,786 

498 

64,138 

243,428 

T otal 

1,743,770 

308,064 

Hong iCon^. 

■ 27, 308 

685, 185 

7,728 

132,058 

China. 

Total 

712,493 

139,786 

United Kingdom. . . 
R. India 

1,452,652 

20,329,944 

25,313 

460, 633 
4,868,397 
3,555 

B. E. Indies other. . 

21,807,909 

5,332,585 

R India 

208,174 

54,673 

Japan 

7,078,331 

1,313,565 

Dutch E. Indies. . . . 

12,242,102 
148, 920 

2,688,345 

30,714 

Total 

Dutch E. Indies. . . . 

12,391,022 

2,719,059 

80,019 

17,727 

57,583,840 

13,556,952 



United Kingdom. . . 


2,873 

1,000,687 


Pnited States 


Total 



1,003,560 




158,851,410 






420,202,224 

RECAPITULATION. 

Produce of the mine 





36,991,509 

1,884,041 

9,521,309 

23,909,168 

56,767,075 

1.32,277,712 

158,851,410 

Tho fisheries . _ . . 



The forest 



A.nimals and their produce 



Aorrioj-iltiiral products 



AfeTmfa.nt.nred suH partinlly maniifactnred articles 



Miscella.neoiis articles 



Orand tnta.ij mercKa.ndise, free {^oods 




420,202,224 





{*See Dutiable Goods.) 


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9 GEORGE V, A. 1919 

o 24. — General Statement Countries of the Total Quantities and Values 
of Merchandise Exported from the Dominion of Canada, distinguishing 
Canadian Produce and Manufactures from those of Other Countries, 
during the twelve months ended iNIarch 31, 1918. 


Articles Exported. 

Countries. 

Goods, the 
Produce of Canada. 

Goods, not the 
Produce of Canada. 

Total Exports. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

The Mine. 


Cwt. 

8 

Cwt. 

8 

Cwt. 

8 

Arsenic 

United States... 

45,702 

549,261 



45,702 

549,261 







Ton. 


Ton. 


Ton. 


Asbestos 

L nit’d Kingdom 

9,830 

636, 220 



9 830 

636 2‘>0 


•\ustralia 

218 

13,875 



218 

13 875 


France 

1,728 

81,472 



1,728 

81 472 


Italy 

2,576 

209,. 390 



2,576 

209 390 


.Japan 

5, 504 

398,257 



5,504 

398,257 


Spain 

600 

25,730 



600 



United States. . 

78,203 

3,966,649 



78,203 

3,966,649 


Total 

98, 659 

5,331,593 



98, 659 

5,331,593 

Asbestos sand and 

Unit’d Kingdom 

625 

5, 881 



625 

5,881 

waste . 

New Zealand. . . 

11 

184 



11 

184 


Japan 

206 

2,550 



206 



United States. . 

41,598 

352,945 



41,598 

352,945 


Total 

42,440 

361,560 



42,440 

361,560 

Coal 

Unit’d Kingdom 

146,760 

937,884 



146,760 

937,884 


Australia 

18,178 

82,560 



18,178 

82,560 


B. S. .tfrica. . . . 

1,687 

11,801 



1,687 

11,801 


B. Guiana 

15,431 

144,950 



15,431 

144,950 


B. W. Indies. . . . 

3,474 

.30,836 



3,474 

30, 836 


Hong Kong 

2, 093 

12,. 5.58 



2,093 

12,558 


Newfoundland. . 

228,661 

1,093,807 

66 

872 

228,727 

1,094,679 


N ew Zealand . . . 

174 

957 



174 

957 


Alaska 

73,775 

388,. 559 

21 

187 

73,796 

388,746 


China 

1,883 

9,533 



1,883 

9,533 


Denmark 

562 

5,319 



562 

5,319 


Danish W. Indies 

10 

90 



10 

90 


France 

11,401 

68,251 



11,401 

68,2.51 


Greenland, Ice- 




land, etc 

150 

1 , 050 



150 

1,050 


Hawaii 

49,272 

246,877 



49,272 

246; 877 


Holland 

20. 397 

152, 590 



20,397 

1.52,590 


Japan 

19,492 

106^960 



19,492 

106,960 


Miquelon and 




St. Pierre 

6,661 

36,951 

65 

886 

6,726 

37,837 


Norway 

960 

8, 1.33 



960 

8,133 


Russia 

7,542 

47,672 



7,542 

47,672 


San Domingo. . . 

1,550 

13, 175 



1,550 

13 ; 175 


Sweden 

513 

6, 755 



513 

6, 755 

- 

United States. . 

1,291,384 

5,276^770 

48,909 

177,699 

1,. 340, 293 

5 , 454 ; 469 


Total 

1,902,010 

8,684,0.38 

49,061 

179,644 

1,951,071 

8,863,682 



Lb. 


Lb. 


Lb. 


Cobalt, metallic 

L nit 'd Kingdom 

67,491 

158,837 



67,491 

158,837 


United States. . 

228,227 

388,820 



228,227 

388; 820 


Total 

295,718 

547, 657 



295,718 

547, 657 

Cobalt oxide and cobalt 

Unit’d Kingdom 

185,571 

270,204 



185,571 

270, 204 

salts. 

France 

11,205 

16,765 



11,205 

16,765 


Japan 

9,590 

12,791 



9, 590 

12 ; 791 


United States. . 

314,249 

349,205 



314; 249 

349,205 


Total 

520,615 

648,965 



520,615 

648,965 


TRADE REPORT— PART I 


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No. 24. — General Statement of Exports — Continued. 


Articles Exported. 

Countries. 

Goods, the 
Produce of Canada. 

Goods, not the 
Produce of Canada. 

Total E.xports. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

The Mine^ — Con. 


Lb. 

$ 

Lb. 

§ 

Lb. 

$ 

Cobalt, alloys 

L'nit’d Kingdom 
B. India 

.3.3,170 

327 

134,496 



33,170 

327 

134,496 
1,556 
58 , 186 
71,282 
4,623 
3,306 


1,556 
58, 186 
71,282 
4,623 




France 

14,676 
17,. 561 
1,155 



14,676 

17,561 

1,155 

825 


Italy 




Russia 




L'nited States. . 

825 

3,306 







Total 

67,714 

273,449 



67,714 

273,449 





Chromite (chromite 

L'nited States. . 

Ton. 

17,422 

327,441 

Ton. 


Ton. 

17,422 

327,441 



C orundum 

L'nit’d Edngdom 
L'nited States. . 

9 

302 



2 

302 


172 

22,992 



■ 172 

22,992 





Total 

174 

23,294 



174 

23, 294 





Felspar 

L'nited States. . 


81,048 




81,048 







Gold bearing quartz, 
dust, nuggets and bul- 
lion directly derived 
from mining or smelt- 
ing operations. 

Hong Kong 


3,785 


• 


3,785 

401 

Newfoundland . . 


401 




L'nited States. . 


13,684,514 




13,684,514 






Total 


13,688,700 




13,688,700 






Gypsum or plaster — 
crude. 

Magnesite' 

L'nited States. . 

200,970 

220,468 



200,970 

220,468 



L'nited States. . 


147,614 




147,614 







Talc . . . 

Australia 


44 




44 


Brazil 


26 




26 


Cuba 


206 




206 


L'nited States... 


175,678 


265 


175,943 







Total 


175,954 


265 


176,219 






Metals, viz: — 

*Copper, fine, con- 
tained in ore, matte, 
regulus, etc. 

Unit’d Kingdom 
United States. . 

Cwt. 
135,389 
639, 960 

1,015,619 

9,695,086 

Cwt. 


Cwt. 

135,389 

639,960 

1,015,619 

9,695,086 





Total 

775, 349 

10,710,705 


• 

775, 349 

10,710,705 





*Lead, metallic, con- 
tained in ore, etc. 

*Molybdenite 

L'nited States. . 

93,778 

5.56,669 



93,778 

556,669 



France. . . ; 

449 

67,007 
96, 100 



449 

67,007 

96,100 


L'nited States. . 

724 



724 





Total 

1,173 

163,107 



1,173 

163,107 





*Nickel, fine 

L^nit’d Kingdom 
L'nited States... 

2, 633 
795 

112,839 

12,787 



2,633 

795 

112,839 

12,787 








Total 

3,428 

125,626 



3,428 

125,626 

/ 





*These items show the weight and value of the Copper, Lead, Nickel, Platinum, Molybdenite and 
Silver respectively, not the gross weight of ore, matte, concentrates, etc. 


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No. 24. — General Statement of Exports. — Continued. 


Articles Exported. 

C ountries. 

Goods, the 
Produce of Canada. 

Goods, not the 
Produce of Canada. 

Total Exports. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

The Mine — Con. 

Metals — Con. 

*Xickel, contained in 
ore, matte or speiss 

Unit’d Kingdom 
United States. . 

Cwt. 

96, 198 
7.30,873 

S ' 

1,450,078 

7,453,831 

Cwt. 

S 

Cwt. 

96, 198 
730,873 

■ S 

1,450,078 

7,453,831 






Total 

827,071 

8,903,909 



827,071 

8,903,909 





*Platinum, contained 
in concentrates, or 
other forms. 

United States.. 

()z. 

80 

6, 576 

Oz. 


Oz. 

80 

6,576 










‘.Silver, contained in 
ore, concentrates, 
etc. 

Unit’dKingdom 

9. 126 

7,242 



9,126 

7,242 

0, 556 

4,167 
116,027 
3,. 363, 118 



.5,556 

4,167 


1.54,011 

4,251,760 



1.54,011 

116,027 

United States... 



4,251,760 

3,363,118 





Total 

4,420,453 

3,490,-5.54 



4,420,45.3 

.3,490,554 




‘Silver bullion 

Unit’d Kingdom 

B. India 

Hong Kong 

10.839,714 

436,-386 

5.35,2.34 

9, 115,940 
, .302,496 

47.3,885 



10,839,714 

436,-386 

9,115,940 

302,496 






535,2.34 

473,885 


1,409, 149 
4,319,891 

1,253,377 

3,792.319 



1,409,149 

1,253,377 


United States. . 



4,319,891 

3,792,319 







17,540,374 

14,9.38,017 



17,540,374 

14,9.38,017 





Total, metals con- 
tained in ore, 
concentrates. 

\ 


.38,895, 163 




38,895,163 







!Mica. . . 

Unit’d Kingdom 
Newfoundland . . 
United States. . 

Lb. 

8,716 

15 

5 . 552 

Lb. 


Lb. 

8.716 

5 , 552 


121 



15 

121 


1,189,876 

450.908 

100 

90 

1,189,976 

450, 998 


Total 

1,198,607 

456,581 

100 

90 

1,198,707 

456, 671 






Mineral pigment, iron 
oxides, ochres, etc. . . 


C'wt. 

400 

235 

Cwt. 


Cwt. 

400 

235 

United States. . 

23,679 

24,884 



23,679 

24,884 




Total 

24,079 

25,119 



24,079 

25, 119 






Mineral water, natural, 
not in bottles. 

United States. . 

Gal. 

60 

14 

Gal. 


Gal. 

60 

14 











^lineral wax 

Unit’d Kingdom 
Chili .. 

Cwt. 

17,843 

435 

92,277 

Cwt. 


Cwt. 

17,843 

92,277 


2,826 



435 

2,826 


Italy 

14,0.33 

10 

78,618 

107 



14,0.33 

78,618 


.Tapnn 



10 

107 


L'nited States. . . 

28,440 

171,614 

338 

2,200 

28,778 

173,814 


Total 

60,761 

.345,442 

.338 

2,200 

61,099 

347,642 

1 



*These items show the weight and value of the Copper, Lead, Nickel, Platinum, Molybdenite 
and Silver re.spectively, not the gross, weight of ore, matte, concentrates, etc. 


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No. 24. — General Statement of Exports — Continued. 


Articles Exported. 

Countries. 

Goods, the 
Produce of Canada. 

Goods, not the 
Produce. of Canada. 

Total Exports. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Quantity. 

Value. 



Gal. 

S 

Gal. 

% 

Gal. 

8 

The Mine — Con. 








Oils, viz: — 








Mineral, coal and ker- 

Unit’d Kingdom 



30,418,640 

1,540,819 

.30,418,640 

1,. 540, 819 





.5.3,460 

.3,669 

53,460 

3,669 





24,000 

9.36 

24,000 

936 


Miquelon and 











2,705 

163 

2. 70.5 

16.3 


Lhiited States... 

58,024 

5,485 

21,9.35 

929 

79,959 

6,414 


Total 

58,024 

5,485 

.30, 520, 740 

1,. 546, 51 6 

30,, 578, 764 

1,. 5.52, 001 

Mineral, coal and ker- 

Unit'd Kingdom 

240 

84 



240 

84 

osene, refined. 

Newfoundland . . 

2,4.59 

411 

92.231 

6,684 

94,690 

7,09.5 


Greenland, Ice- 









18,1.35 

4,930 



18, 135 

4,9.30 


Miquelon and 






St. Pierre 

1,720 

640 

12,428 

984 

14,148 

1,624 


L'nited States. . . 

46 

8 



46 

8 


Total 

22,600 

6,073 

104,6.59 

7,668 

127,259 

13,741 

Gasoline and naphtha 

Newfoundland . . 

5,977 

1,841 

.37,046 

7,851 

43,023 

9,692 


Miquelon and 








St. Pierre 

6.420 

1,931 

.34,084 

7,252 

40,. 504 

9, 183 


United States. . . 

153 

45 

8,173 

1,308 

' 8,326 

1 , .353 


Total 

12,550 

3,817 

79,. 303 

16,411 

91,853 

20, 228 

Total, oils 


93, 174 

15.. 375 

.30,704,702 

1,570,. 595 

30,797,876 

1 , .585, 970 

Ores, viz: — 


Ton. 


Ton. 


Ton. 




349 

20,706 



.349 

20,706 


United States. .. 

-317 

22,969 



317 

22,969 


Total 

. 666 

43,675 



666 

43,675 


United States. . . 

157,912 

670, .321 



1.57,912 

670,321 








United States. . . 

158 

13,46.3 



■ 158 

13,463 








United States... 

8,237 

431,369 



8,2.37 

431,369 






All other ores, n.o.p.. 

United States. . . 

.38,738 

280, 288 

31 

1,770 

38,769 

282,0.58 

Total, ores. . . . 


205,711 

1,4.39,116 

31 

1,770 

205,742 

1 , 440, 886 



Cwt. 


Cwt. 


Cwt. 


Plumbago, crude ore 

LTnited States... 

1,480 

3,640 



1,480 

.3,640 

and concentrates. 










Ton. 


Ton. 


Ton. 




280,117 

974,715 



280,117 

974,71.5 








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No. 24. — General Statement of Exports — Continued. 


Articles Exported. 

Countries. 

Goods, the 
Produce of Canada. 

Goods, not the 
Produce of Canada. 

Total Exports. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

The Mine — Con. 


Cwt. 

1 

Cwt. 

$ 

Cwt. 

$ 

Salt 

Unit’d Kingdom 
Rprmiida 

34 

34 



34 

34 


, 24,5 

191 



245 

191 


B. Straits 
Sp.ttlpm pnt.«?. . 

20 

20' 



20 

20 



150 

122 



150 

122 


Newfoundland . . 
\laska 

.30,460 

24,823 

76,882 

1,000 

10,000 

14,9.53 

57,526 

750 

107,342 

1,000 

35, 097 
20,251 

82,349 

750 


Miquelon and 

St. Pierre 

United States... 

25,097 

5,298 

18,456 

3,069 

7,100 

10,431 

25, .556 
13,. 500 


Total 

61,-304 

46,715 

102,835 

75.807 

164,139 

122,-522 







Ton. 


Ton. 


Ton. 


RanH and ^rnvpl 

Alaska 

74 

173 



74 

173 


United States... 

1,120,197 

333,475 



1,120,197 

333,475 





T ota 1 

1,120,271 

3.33,648 



1,120,271 

333,648 





Stone, viz: — 
Ornamental, granite, 
marble, etc., un- 
ivrought. 

United States... 

818 

1,091 



818 

1,091 



United States... 

131,938 

114,815 



131,938 

114,815 

Building, freestone, 
limestone, etc., un- 
IVTOUght. 










Crushed 

United States. . 

2,288 

2,186 



2,288 

2,186 




For manufacture of 
grindstones, rough. 

United States... 

572 

2,322 



572 

2,322 










Total. sfoTip 


135,616 

120,414 



135,616 

120,414 





Other articles of the 
mine. 

Newfoundland . 


818 




818 

Japan 


150 




150 

Miquelon and 
St. Pierre . 


11 




11 


Ignited States. . 


42, 539 


98,002 


140, 541 







Total 


43,518 


98, 002 


141,520 






Total j minp. . 



73,760,502 


1,928,373 


75, 688,875 






The Fishebies. 

Codfish, including had- 
dock, ling and pollock 
— fresh. 

Unit’dKingdom 
Australia 

Cwt. 

50,934 

20 

318,583 

362 

Cwt. 

• 

Cwt. 

50, 934 
20 

3 18,. 583 
362 



B. W. Indies. . . . 

3 

47 



3 

47 

Hong Kong 

5 

115 



5 

115 


Newfoundland. . 

274 

1,059 

11 



274 

1,059 

/ 

Alaska 

1 



1 

11 


United States.. . 

90, 525 

441,050 

2,537 

11,978 

93,062 

453,028 


Total 

141,762 

761,227 

2,537 

11,978 

144,299 

773,205 




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Articles Exported. 


The Fisheries — Con. 
Codfish, dry salted.. . . 


Codfish, wet salted 


Codfish, pickled 


Codfish, smoked 


Codfish, tongues and 
sounds. 


Mackerel, fresh 


Countries. 

Goods, the 
Produce of Canada. 

Goods, not the 
Produce of Canada. 

Total Exports. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Unit’d Kingdom 
Bermuda 

Cwt. 

1,494 

3,716 

22,474 

69,562 

9 

42,953 
892 
150,470 
22 
7,217 
13 
5,. 354 
4,721 

2 

2,926 

70,424 

389,778 

% 

15,684 

35,713 

184,513 

618,674 

66 

457,776 
7,895 
1,717,019 
150 
59,602 
144 
46, 608 
47,080 

10 

.30,460 

695,616 

3,171,973 

Cwt. 

$ 

Cwt. 

1,494 

3,716 

22,474 

69,791 

9 

42,953 

892 

151,279 

22 

7,217 

13 

5,354 

4,721 

2 

2,926 

70,424 

393,778 

S 

15,684 
.35,713 
184,513 
620, 102 
66 

457,776 

7,895 

1,722,074 

150 

59,602 

144 

46,608 

47,080 

10 

30,460 

695,616 

3,186,358 



B. Guiana 



B. W. Indies. . . . 
Newfoundland . . 
Brazil 

229 

1,428 



Costa Rica 



Cuba 

809 

5,055 

Dan. W. Indies. 
Dutch Guiana. . 
French Guiana . 
French W. Indies 
Italy 









Miquelon and 
St. Pierre 



Panama 



Porto Rico 



United States.. . 
Total 

4,000 

14,385 

772,027 

7,088,983 

5,038 

20,868 

777,065 

7,109,851 

Unit’d Kingdom 
Newfoundland. . 
United States... 

Total 

10 

4,306 

197,501 

80 

23,760 

978,490 



1 

10 

4,306 

197,501 

80 

23,760 

978,490 







201,817 

1,002,330 



201,817 

1,002,330 

B. Guiana. ..... 



10 

43,696 

35 

228,299 



10 

43,696 

35 

228,299 

United States... 
Total 





43, 706 

228,334 



43,706 

228,334 

Unit’d Kingdom 
Australia 



301 

248 

47 

41 

16 

. 22 
20 
45 
2 
18 
5 

12,708 

2,256 

3,995 

591 

433 

191 

155 

270 

534 

25 

219 



301 

248 

47 

41 

16 

. 22 
20 
45 
2 
18 
5 

12,708 

2,256 

3,995 

591 

433 

191 

155 

270 

534 

25 

219 

72 

134,754 



Bermuda 



B. Guiana 



B. W. Indies. . . . 
Fiji Islands 





Hong Kong 



Newfoundland . . 
New Zealand . . . 
Alaska 







China 

72 

134,754 



United States... 
Total 





13,473 

143,495 



13,473 

143,495 

Bermuda 



4 

1 

186 

1,985 

21 

10 

1,919 

39,714 


- 

4 

1 

186 

1,985 

21 

10 

1,919 

39,714 

B. W. Indies 

Cuba 





United States... 
Total 





2,176 

41,664 



2, 176 

41,664 

United States... 



30,006 

228,343 



30, 006 

228,343 




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No. 24 . — Genekal Statement op Exports — Continued. 


Articles Exported . ] 

Countries. 

Goods, the 
Produce of Canada. 

Goods, not the 
Produce of Canada. 

Total Exports. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

The Fisheries — Con. 


Brl. 

S 

Brl. 

S 

Brl. 

S 

AfflplfpiTpl, pinklpd 

Bermuda 

142 

2,415 
21,337 
47, 956 
40 



142 

2,415 

21,337 

47,956 

40 


B. Guiana 

1,360 

3,100 

3 



1,360 

3,100 

3 


B. W. Indies. . . . 




Costa Rica 




Dan. W. Indies. 

5 

75 



5 

75 


Panama 

437 

7,390 
' 200 



437 

7,390 

200 


Porto Rico 

32 



32 


United States... 

42,892 

750, 703 



42,892 

750,703 





Total 

47,971 

830,116 



47,971 

830,116 





TTnlihiitj frp.sk 

Unit’d Kingdom 
Australia 

Cwt. 

50, 553 
27 

351,231 

406 

Cwt. 

289 

1,732 

Cwt. 

50,842 

27 

3.52,963 



406 


Fiji Islands 

3 

48 



3 

48 


Newfoundland. . 

13 

195 



13 

195 


United States... 

22,081 

276, 372 

• 32, 756 

338,686 

54,837 

615,058 


Total 

72,677 

628,252 

33,045 

340,418 

105,722 

968,670 



Herring, fresh or frozen 

Unit’d Kingdom 
Australia 

1,227 

5 

6,135 

40 



1,227 

5 

6,135 

40 




Hong Kong 

11,300 

5 

12,782 

19 



11,300 

5 

12, 782 
19 


Newfoundland . . 




China 

1,200 

68,693 

.349,170 

1,200 

76,118 

1,148,537 



1,200 
68,693 
349, 570 

1,200 

76,118 

1,149,607 


.lapan 




United States.. . 

400 

1,070 


Total. 

431,600 

1,244,831 

400 

1,070 

432,000 

1,245,901 



Herring, pickled 

Bermuda 

Brl. 

62 

468 

Brl. 

' 

Brl. 

62 

468 

B. Guiana 

1,375 

25,155 

6 

10,691 

188,689 

44 



1,375 

25,155 

6 

10,691 

188,689 

44 


B. W. Indies.. . . 




Newfoundland. . 




China 

2,750 

10 

6,750 

64 



2,7.50 

10 

6,750 

64 


Costa Rica 




Dan. W. Indies. 

20 

1.35 



20 

135 


Dutch Guiana. . 

1,538 

1,900 

50 

12,905 



1,538 

1,900 

50 

12,905 

4,864 

300 


•Tapan 

4,864 

300 



« 

Miquelon and 
St. Pierre 




Panama 

101 

964 



101 

964 

i 

Porto Rico 

3,711 

86,236 

32,129 



3,711 

32, 129 
1,141,923 


United States.. . 

974,923 

19,722 

167,000 

105,958 


Total 

122,914 

1,232,926 

19,722 

167,000 

142,636 

1,399,926 



Herring, canned 

Australia 

Lb. 

1,701,808 

19,049 

133,254 

43,200 

7,680 

25,000 

206,867 
3,18,3 
17, 668 

4,400 

1,040 

2,999 

Lb. 


Lb. 

1,701,808 

23vl49 

133,254 

43,200 

7,680 

25,000 

625 

206,867 
3 693 


Bermuda 

4,100 

510 


B. W. Indies. . . . 

17,668 

4,400 

1,040 

2,999 

178 

/ 

B. Oceania, 
other 




B. Straits 
Settlements... 




Fiji Islands 




Newfoundland. . 

625 

178 


New Zealand. . . 

450,307 

285 

50, 185 
37 

450,307 

285 

50, 185 
37 


China 




Dutch Guiana. . 

750 

1.50 



750 

150 


France 

35,000 

3,500 



35,000 

3,500 


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Articles Exported. 


The Fisheries — Con. 
Herring, canned — Con.. 


Herring, smoked. 


Eels. 


Smelts - 


Sea fish, other, fresh.. . 


Sea fish, other, pickled 


Countries. 


French Oceania. 
Miquelon and 
St. Pierre. . . 
United States... 

Total 


Unit’d Kingdom 

Australia 

Bermuda 

B. Guiana 

B. W. Indies 

Hong Kong 

Fiji Islands 

New Zealand. . . 

Alaska 

Cuba 

Dutch Guiana . . 

France 

French Guiana.. 
Miquelon and 

St. Pierre 

Panama 

Porto Rico .... 
United States. 

Total 


United States. 


Hong Kong 

Miquelon and 
St. Pierre .... 
United States. . 


Total. 


Unit’d Kingdom 

B. Guiana 

Newfoundland. . 

Alaska 

Japan 

United States... 

Total 


B .W. Indies. . . 
Newfoundland. 
United States. 

Total 


Goods, the 
Produce of Canada. 


Quantity. Value. 


Lb. 
3,600 
180 

28,660 


2 , 448,773 


Cwt. 

I 

858 

518 

46 

1,236 

3,220 

6 

14 
91 

2 

681 

99 

642 

5 

15 
62 

300 
30, 646 


38,441 


2 

55,445 


55,448 


3,934 
/ 4 

630 
220 
1,484 
17,505 


23,777 


Brl. 


8 

1 

211 

220 


438 

47 

3,446 


293,960 


4,390 

5,328 

326 

7,380 

17,696 

50 

179 

800 

18 

3,674 

632 

6,524 

56 

104 

359 

1,500 

153,549 


202,565 


47,040 


13 

624,898 


624, 920 


20,904 

34 

2,713 

171 

3,980 

102,239 


130,041 


62 
11 
2 , .588 

2,661 


Goods, not the 
Produce of Canada. 


Quantity. Value. 


Lb. 


4,725 


Cwt. 


64 


1,106 


1,170 


Brl. 


688 


333 


7,899 


8,232 


65 

65 


Total Exports. 


Quantity. Value 


Lb. 
3,600 
180 

28,660 


2 , 453,498 


Cwt. 

858 

518 

46 

1,236 

3,220 

6 

14 
91 

2 

681 

99 

642 

5 

15 
62 

300 
30, 646 


38,441 


2 

55,445 


55,448 


3,934 

4 

694 

220 

1,484 

18,611 


24,947 


Brl. 


8 

1 

216 

225 


438 

47 

3,446 


294,648 


4,390 

5,328 

326 

7,380 

17,696 

50 

179 

800 

18 

3,674 

632 

6,524 

56 

104 

359 

1,500 

153,549 


202,565 


47,040 


13 

624,898 


624,920 


20,904 
34 
3,046 
171 
3,980 
no , 138 


138,273 


62 

11 

2,653 

2,726 


11— i— 25i 


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No. 24. — General Statement of Exports — Continued. 


-Articles Exported. 

Countries. 

Goods, the 
Produce of Canada. 

Goods, not the 
Produce of Canada. 

Total Exports. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Quantity. 

A'alue. 

The Fisheries — Con. 


Lb. 

$ 

Lb. 

S 

Lb. 

s 

Sea fish, other, pre- 
served. 

Unit’d Kingdom 
-Australia 

79,100 

12,062 

325 



79,100 

2,400 

325 

12,062 

325 

2,400 

125 



Bermuda 

'69 

200 

17 

86 


Hong Kong 

900,000 

’ 6,803 

900.000 
10,000 

300.000 
2,400 

3,179,200 

146,323 

6,803 

450 


Newfoundland. . 

10,000 

450 


China 

300,000 

2,400 

3,179,200 

126,435 

3,000 

355 

3,000 

355 


France 




Japan 

32, 025 
11,428 



32,025 

14,616 


United States. . 

19,888 

3,188 


Total 

4,589,660 

66,067 

30,088 

3,655 

4,619,748 

69, 722 


T\in2;rIoTn 

Brl. 

5 

66 

Brl. 


Brl. 

5 

66 


N^pxvfoiinHlanH . . 

2 

18 



9 

18 


Miquelon and 
St. Pierre .... 

1 

7 



1 



United States. . 

928 

10,298 



928 

10,298 






936 

10,389 



936 

10.. 389 





Oysters, preserved, in 

United States.. 

Lb. 

150 

48 

Lb. 


Lb. 

150 

48 



tins. 








Lobsters, fresh. 

United States . . 

5,327,968 

855,484 


4 

5,327,968 

955,484 




Unit'd Kingdom 

2,605,766 

1,560 

336 

1,085,754 

640 



2, 605, 766 

1, 085, 754 




1,560 

640 



172 



.336 

172 



5,280 

936 

2,200 

223 



5,280 

2,200 





936 

223 


B. W. Indies. . . 

1,152 

96,000 

2,400 

240 

370 



1,152 

370 


37, 732 
1,120 
90 



96,000 

37, 732 


New Zealand . . . 
Dutch E. Indies 



2,400 

1,120 




240 

90 


2,936,321 

4,800 

110,900 

8,544 

3,500 

2,886,214 

1,167,307 

2,200 

51,637 

3,204 

900 



2,936,321 

1,167,307 


TtiiK' 



4,800 

2,200 

1 

Miquelon and 


\ 

110,900 

51, 637 





8,544 

3,204 





3,500 

900 


United States.. 

971,568 



2,886,214 

971,-568 






8,663,949 

3,325,117 



8,663,949 

3,325,117 






oi 1 n H 1 an H 

Brl. 

1,140 

1,741 

Brl. 


Brl. 

1,140 

1,741 


United States. . 

2,587 

6,194 



2,587 

6,194 






3,727 

7,935 



3,727 

7.935 








Miquelon and 
St. Pierre . . . . 
U nited States . . 






36 



36 



5 


8,W4 

17,455 



8,044 

17,455 






8,049 

17,491 



8,049 

17,491 






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No. 24. — General Statement of Exports — Continued. 


Articles Exported. 

Countries. 

Goods, the 
Produce of Canada. 

Goods, not the 
Produce of Canada. 

Total Exports. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

The Fisheries — Con. 


Cwt. 

% 

Cwt. 

% 

Cwt. 

S 

.‘'almon, fresh 

Unit’d Kingdom 

10,761 

208,609 



10 761 

208 609 


Australia 

139 

1,793 



139 

1 793 


Bermuda .* 

7 

136 



7 

’ 136 


B. Guiana 

6 

71 



6 

71 


B. W. Indies 

9 

164 



9 

164 


Fiji Islands 

31 

436 



31 

436 


Hong Kong 

20 

301 



20 

301 


Newfoundland. . 

1 

5 



1 

5 


New^ Zealand . . . 

7 

100 



7 

100 


China 

10 

40 



10 

40 


Japan 

1,320 

2,244 



1,320 

2,244 


Philippines 

6 

108 



6 

108 


United States. . 

68, 140 

567,111 

3,448 

32,558 

71,588 

599,669 


Total 

80,457 

. 781,118 

3,448 

32,558 

83,905 

813,676 



Lb. 


Lb. 


Lb. 


Salmon, smoked 

Australia 

800 

130 



800 

130 


Hong Kong 

748 

169 



748 

169 


Fiji Islands 

755 

‘ 110 



755 

110 


New Zealand. . . 

1,053 

218 



1,053 

218 


United States... 

2,450 

553 



2,450 

553 


Total 

5,806 

1,180 



5,806 

1,180 

Salmon, canned 

Unit’d Kingdom 

21,117,314 

4,686,894 



21,117,314 

4,686,894 


Australia 

2,236,742 

408,218 

2,400 

480 

2, 239, 142 

408, 698 


Bermuda 

9,132 

1,925 



9,132 

1,925 


B. India 

2,400 

375 



2,400 

375 


B.W. Indies. . . . 

48, 238 

7,5.52 



48,238 

7,. 552 


B. Oceania, other 

6,000 

967 



6,000 

967 


B. Straits Set- 







tlements 

292,800 

40, 175 



292,800 

40, 175 


Fiji Islands 

736,616 

111,075 



736, 616 

111,075 


Hong Kong 

7,300 

1,.350 



7,300 

1,350 


Newfoundland . . 

120 

10 



120 

10 


New Zealand. . . 

1,689,652 

311,336 



1,689,652 

311,336 


China 

101 

14 



101 

14 


Dutch E. Indies 

47, 768 

10,058 



47,768 

10, 058 


France 

13,529,569 

2,285,538 



13,529,569 

2, 285, 538 


French Oceania. 

48,000 

7,000 



48,000 

7,000 


Greenland, Ice- 






land, etc 

200 

30 



200 

30 


Italy 

3,109,694 

463,744 



3,109,694 

463,744 


Miquelon and 





St. Pierre 

1,869 

375 



1,869 

375 


United States... 

893,639 

142,025 

140, 198 

20, 023 

1,033,837 

162,048 


Total 

43,777,154 

8,478,661 

142,598 

20, 503 

43,919,752 

8,499,164 



Brl. 


Brl. 


Brl. 


Salmon, pickletl 

Bermuda 

22 

367 



22 

367 


B. Guiana 

179 

3,112 



179 

3,112 


B.W. Indies. . . . 

238 

4,315 



238 

4,315 


Costa Rica 

' 3 

50 



3 

50 


Dutch Guiana. . 

484 

9,109 



484 

9,109 


Miquelon and 







St. Pierre. . . . 

115 

2,170 



115 

2,170 


Panama 

54 

1,040 



54 

1,040 


L^nited States. . . 

2,401 

54,394 



2,401 

54,394 


Total 

3,496 

74,5.57 



3,496 

74,557 



Cwt. 


Cwt. 


Cwt. 


.Salmon, dog 

United States. . . 

100,544 

349,221 



100,544 

349,221 






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No. 24. — General Statement of Exports — Continued. 


Articles Exported. 


The Fisheries — Con. 
Salmon or lake trout. .. 


Fish, all other, fresh. 


Fish, all other, pickled 
Total, fish 


Fish oil, viz : — 
Fish oil, cod. . 


Fish oil, seal. 


Fish oil, whale. . . . 
Fish oil, all other 

Total, fish oil. 


Furs or skins, the pro- 
duce of fish or marine 
animals. 


• Other articles of the 
fisheries. 


Countries. 

Goods, the 
Produce of Canada. 

Goods, not the 
Produce of Canada. 

Total Exports. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Quantity. 

Value. 


Cwt. 

S 

Cwt. 

S 

Cwt. 

S 

B . Guiana 

20 

100 



20 

100 

R-W. Tndifts. - - . 

61 

305 



61 

305 

United States... 

21,412 

161,987 



21,412 

161,987 



T" of.al 

21,493 

162,392 



21,493 

162,392 




Unit’d Kingdom 
-\laska 


12,076 

79 




12,076 

79 





United States... 


2,716,524 




2,716,524 






Total 


2,728,679 




2,728,679 






United States. . . 

BrU 

171 

2,580 

Brl. 


Brl. 

171 

2,580 






31,592,607 


607, 035 


32,199,642 





Unit’d Kingdom 
B. Guiana. ..... 

Gal. 

9,097 

125 

6,612 

250 

Gal. 

10,283 

9,490 

Gal. 

19,380 

125 

16,102 

250 

B.W. Indies. . . . 

438 

374 



438 

374 

Newfoundland. . 

2,200 

702,824 

1,532 

606,368 



2,200 
705, 704 

1,532 

608,401 

United States... 

2,880 

2,033 

Total 

714,684 

615,136 

13,163 

11,523 

727,847 

626, 659 


Unit’d Kingdom 
Newfoundland. . 

11,221 

315 

7,859 

189 



11,221 

315 

7,859 

189 



United States... 

24,839 

19,826 



24,839 

19,826 



Total 

36,375 

27,874 



36, 375 

27,874 




United States... 

101,482 

104,309 



101,482 

104,309 



Unit’d Kingdom 
Alaska 

70 

39 



70 

39 

115 

288 



115 

288 

United States... 

65, 133 

52,638 



65,133 

52,638 



Total 

65,318 

52,965 



65,318 

52,965 





917,859 

800, 284 

13,163 

11,523 

931,022 

811,807 


Unit’d Kingdom 


1,300 

234 

" 



1,300 

234 

Newfoundland . . 





Cuba 


15 




15 

Miquelon and 
St. Pierre 


662 




662 

TTnitPif] Rtatps. . 


47,398 




47,398 






Total 


49,609 




49, 609 






Unit’d Kingdom 
Hong Kong 


5,502 

11,554 

94 




5,502 

11,554 

203 





Newfoundland. . 



109 


Alaska 


575 



575 

France 


21,0.55 

28 




21,055 

Hawaii 





28 

Japan 


2,580 

148 




2,580 

Mexico 





148 

United States... 


118,115 


357 


118,472 





Total 


159,651 


466 


160,117 







32,602,151 


619,024 


33,221,175 






Total, fisheries 


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No. 24. — General Statement of Exports — Continued. 


Articles Exported. 

Countries. 

Goods, the 
Produce of Canada. 

Goods, not the 
Produce of Canada. 

Total Exports. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

The Forest. 


Brl. 

S 

Brl. 

S 

Brl. 

$ 

Ashes, pot and pearl . . . 

Unit’d Kingdom 
United States... 

179 

21,010 



179 

21,010 

100 

1 

100 



1 1 






Total 

180 

21,110 



180 

21,110 





Ashes, all other 

United States. . . 


49,473 




49,473 







Bark for tanning 

United States... 

Cord. 

217 

615 

Cord. 


Cord. 

217 

615 




Firewood 

Newfoundland. . 

9 

12 



2 

12 

75 

742 


Alaska 

30 

75 



30 


Miquelon and 
St. Pierre 

102 

742 



102 


United States. . . 

17,894 

70,920 



17,894 

70, 920 





Total 

18,028 

71,749 



18,028 

71,749 





Knees and futtocks .... 

Miquelon and 
St. Pierre 

No. 

11 

39 

No. 


•No. 

11 

39 


United States... 

37,406 

85, 027 



37,406 

85,027 





Total 

37,417 

85, 066 



37,417 

85,066 





Logs, viz:-?- 
Birch 

Unit’d Kingdom 


24,847 

34,970 




24,847 

34,970 


Ll'nited States... 








• 





Total. ...... 


59,817 




59,817 







Cedar 

L'nited States. . . 


337,585 




337,585 







Elm 

Unit’d Kingdom 
United States... 


4,047 

2,935 




I 

4,047 

2,935 













Total 


6,982 




6,982 







Hemlock 

United States. . . 


93,052 




93,052 







Pine 

United States. . . 


4,450 




4,450 







Spruce and tamarac . . 

Unit’d Kingdom 
Newfoundland. . 


56,500 




56,500 

2,014 

600 


2,014 

600 





Japan 






United States. . . 


212, 137 


174 


212,311 







Total 


271,251 


174 


271,425 






All other logs, n.o.p.. 

Unit’d Kingdom 
Australia 


3,678 




3,678 

1,219 

880 



1,219 



New Zealand. . . 


880 




United States. . 


46,907 


■ 103 


47,010 







Total 


51,465 


1,322 


52,787 






Total, logs 



824,602 


1,496 


826,098 







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No. 24. — Geneeal Statement of Exports — Continued. 


Articles Exported. 


The Forest — Con. 

Lumber, viz: — 
Basswood 


Deals, pine 


Deals, spruce and 
other. 


Deals ends- 


Laths 


Pickets 


Planks and boards.. . 


Countries. 

Goods, the 
Produce of Canada. 

Goods, not the 
Produce of Canada. 

Total Exports. 

Quantity. 

Value . 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Newfoundland. . 
United States.. . 

Total 

M. ft. 

3 

537 

S 

208 

16,642 

M. ft. 

S 

M. ft. 

3 

551 

S 

208 

17,306 

14 

664 

540 

16,850 

14 

664 

554 

17,514 

Unit’d Kingdom 
B. S. Africa 

8,118 

948 

121 

8,901 

346, 684 
33,946 
8,455 
221,756 

351 

13,. 368 

8,469 

948 

121 

8,901 

360,052 

33,946 

8,455 

221,7.56 

France 



United States... 
Total 



• 


18,088 

610,841 

351 

13,. 368 

18,439 

624,209 

Unit’d Kingdom 
Bermuda 

79, 154 
3 

2,576 

140 

7 

324 

22,300 

36,373 

1,841,295 

132 

97,518 

2,780 

152 

10,0.32 

457,421 

749,780 



79, 154 
3 

2,576 

140 

324 

22,300 

36,37.3 

1,841,295 

132 

97,518 

2,780 

152 

10,032 

457,421 

749,780 



B. S. Africa 



B. India 



Newfoundland. . 
Cuba 





France 



United States. . . 
Total 





140,877 

3,159,110 



140,877 

3,159,110 

L'nit’d Kingdom 
B. S. Africa 



1,365 

48 

1,104 

863 

23,284 

1,706 

18,597 

16,084 



1,365 

48 

1,104 

863 

23,284 
1,706 
18,. 597 
16,084 



France 



United States... 
Total 





3,380 

59,671 



3,380 

.59,671 

Australia 



M. 

8,230 

203 

5 

60 

539, 749 

18,217 

741 

15 

3.30 

1,695,099 

M. 


M. 

8,230 

203 

5 

60 

539,749 

18,217 

741 

15 

330 

1,695,099 

Bermuda 



Alaska 



Chili 



United States... 
Total 





548,247 

1,714,402 



548,247 

1,714,402 

Australia 




6,676 

109,631 




6,676 

109,631 

United States... 





Total 






116.307 




116,307 

L'nit’dKingdom 
Australia 





M. ft. 
.32,8.54 
19,310 
413 
6,046 
86 
3,9.59 
1,.531 
6,608 
672 
1,685 
624 
53 
1.34 
194 

.551 

655 

849,900 
353,168 
13,039 
123,. 568 
2,8.34 
133,491 
22,960 
175,609 

M. ft. 

14 

6,000 

M. ft. 
32,868 
19,310 
413 
6,046 

855,900 
3.53, 168 
13,039 
12.3,568 
2,834 
133,491 
22,960 
175,609 
16,755 
31,380 
20,385 
4,. 571 
2,792 
7,316 

16,096 

15,075 

Bermuda 



B. S. Africa 


y' 

B. W. Africa. . . . 
B. Guiana 



86 
3,9.59 
1,531 
6,608 
672 
1,685 
632 
• 5.3 
134 


' 

B. India 



B. W. Indies 

Fiji Islands 



16,7.55 

31,380 

19,317 

4,571 

2,792 

7,316 

16,096 
15, 07.5 



Hong Kong 



Newfoundland . . 
New Zealand . . . 
•Alaska 

8 

1, 068 



•Argentina 



194 

•Azores and Ma- 
deira 



’.551 

655 

'Bolivia 




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No. 24. — General Statement of Exports — Continued. 


Articles Exported. 


Countries. 


Goods, the 
Produce of Canada. 


Quantity. Value. 


Goods, not the 
Produce.of Canada. 


Quantity. Value. 


Total Exports. 


Quantity. Value 


The Fokest — Con . 

Lumber — Con. 

Planks and boards- 


Scantling. 


.Shingles. 


Shooks . 


Brazil 

Canary Islands.. 

Chili 

China 

Cuba 

Dan. W. Indies. 

France 

French W. Indies 

Hayti 

Japan 

Mexico 

Miquelon and 

St. Pierre 

Peru 

Philippines 

Porto Rico 

L^nited States... 

Uruguay 

Venezuela 


M. ft. 


00 

599 

3,349 

4,969 

6,146 

96 

6,300 

690 

20 

2,403 

138 

351 

1,414 

503 

539 

1,087,624 

80 

55 


M. ft. 


2,263 
22,577 
65,144 
142,587 
164,403 
3,906 
122,843 
28,251 
736 
66,718 
4,705 

9,569 
32,580 
10,421 
15,991 
25,817,367 
4,720 
2,806 


305 


14,726 


M. ft. 


00 

599 

3,349 

4,969 

6,146 

96 

6,300 

690 

20 

2,403 

1.38 

351 

1,414 

503 

539 

1,087,929 

80 

55 


2,263 
22,577 
65,144 
142,587 
164,403 
3,906 
122,843 
28,251 
736 
66,718 
4,705 

9,569 
32,580 
10,421 
15,991 
25,832,093 
4,720 
2,806 


Total. 


1,190,706 


28,305,458 


327 


21,794 


1,191,033 


28,327,252 


Unit’d Kingdom 

Bermuda 

B. S. Africa 

B. Guiana 

B. W. Indies. . . . 

France 

United .States... 

Total 


18,168 

125 

22 

2 

277 

8,191 

42,914 


393,353 

3,038 

660 

70 

6,525 

173,017 

895,895 


18,168 

125 

22 

2 

277 

8,191 

42,914 


393,353 

3,038 

660 

70 

6,525 

173,017 

895,895 


69, 699 


1,472,558 


69,699 


1,472,558 


Australia 

Bermuda 

B. Guiana 

B. W. Indies. . . 
Fiji Islands. . . . 
Newfoundland. 
New Zealand. . 
Miquelon and 
St. Pierre.. . . 
United States.. 

Total 


M. 

126 

13 

19 

13,833 

125 

1,198 

1,065 

1,432 

1,896,343 


M. 


298 

43 

48 

25,673 

470 

3,884 

1,567 

2,8.50 

5,257,483 


6,590 


20, 305 


M. 

126 

13 

19 

13,833 

125 

1,198 

1,065 

1,432 

1,902,933 


298 
43 
48 
25, 673 
470 
3,884 
1,567 

2,840 

5,277,788 


1,914,154 


5,292,306 


6,590 


20,. 305 


1,920,744 


5,312,611 


L'nit’d Kingdom 

Australia 

Bermuda 

B. S. Africa. . 

B. W. Indies. . 

B. Straits Settle- 
ments 

Fiji Islands. . . 
Newfoundland 
New Zealand. 

China 

France 

Peru 

United States 


Total. 


586, 527 
9, 605 
16,745 
10,025 
6,414 

21,600 
2,675 
2,828 
1,764 
124 
2,410 
6,050 
27, 677 

691,444 


586 

9 

16 

10 

6 

21 

2 

2 

1 

2 

6 

24 


, 605 
, 745 
,025 
,414 

,600 
, 675 
,828 
, 764 
124 
410 
, 050 
677 


691,444 


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No. 24. — General Statement of Exports — Continued. 


Articles Exported. I 

Countries. 

1 .. 

Goods, the 
Produce of Canada. 

Goods, not the 
Produce of Canada. 

Total Exports. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

The Forest — Con.' 

Lumber^ — Con. 

Staves, and headings 

All other lumber, 
n.o.p. 

Unit’d Kingdom 
Australia 


S 

9,898 
1,110 
5, 086 
753 
255 

576 

67,632 


S 


$ 

9,898 

1,110 

5,086 

753 

255 

576 

67,632 





Bermuda 





R. W. Tnrlip.s 





Newfoundland 





Miquelon and 
St. Piprrp 





United States. . 





Total 






85,310 




85,310 

Unit’d Kingdom 
N e\\doundland . . 
United States. . 






2,900 

42 

9,991 




2,900 

42 

10,010 







19 


Total .... 





12,933 


19 


12,952 






41,537,190 


56, 150 


41,593,340 

Mat.ob hlop-ks 





United States. 


11,553 




11,553 

ATnsts ariH . 

Unit’d Kingdom 
R. CTi7iaTia, 




'■ 


170 

1,280 

4,358 

10,597 

76 

1,800 

5,387 

6,208 




170 

1,280 

4,358 

11,590 

76 

1,800 

5, 387 
6,208 

Piling 





R. W . indips 





Newfoundland . 



993 


Cuba. . . . 




Danish W. Indies 
Miquelon and 
St. Pierre. 









T nited Stnt,p.9 





Total . 






29,876 


993 


30,869 

N ewfound land 





1,758” 

135,305 




1,758 

135,459 

Poles, hop, hoop, tele- 
graph and other. 

Posts, sleepers and rail- 
road ties. 

Shingle bolts, of pine or 
cedar. 

Timber, square, viz: — 
Birch 

United States 



154 


T* otal 





137,063 


154 


137,217 

Bermuda 





180 




180 

222 

172,314 

Newfoundland 



222 

. J\ 

T'nited States 


172,314 



T otfll 






172,494 


222 


172,716 

Unit’d Kingdom 
Alaska 





8,772 

836 

165,861 

1 



8,772 

836 

166,067 





Ignited Statps 



206 


nPota.l ... 





175,469 


206 


175, 675 

United States. . 




Cord. 

3,078 

9,150 

Cord. 


Cord. 

3,078 

9,150 



Unit’d Kingdom 
T^nit.pd Stnt.ps 

• 

15,394 

5,385 




15,394 

5,385 






T otal 






20,779 




20,779 







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No. 24. — Genekal Statement of Exports — Continued. 


Articles Exported. 

Countries. 

Goods, the 
Produce of Canada. 

Goods, not the 
Produce of Canada. 

Total Exports. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

The Forest — Con. 

Timber, square — Con. 
Elm 

Unit’d Kingdom 
Newfoundland. . 


$ 

232, 658 
1,257 


S 


$ 

232,658 

1,257 

Oa.]c . 





Total 






233,915 




233,915 

Lnited States. . 






133 


32 


165 

Pinfij rpH . . 

Newfoundland . 





90 

1,510 


0 


90 

1,510 

Pinpj whifp 

United States. . 





Total 


- 




1,600 




1,600 

Unit’d Kingdom 
United States.. 






101,306 

724 

652 




101,306 

724 

652 

All other timber, 
square, n.o.p. 

Total, timber 
square 





Venezuela 





Total 






102,682 




102, 682 

Unit’d Kingdom 
Bermuda 






300 

1,550 

5,030 

10,085 

196 

44,039 




300 

1,550 

5,030 

10,085 

196 

44,814 





Hong Kong. . . . 





Newfoundland . 





Miquelon and 
St. Pierre. . . . 


f 



United States.. 



775 


Total. ..<... 





61,200 


775 


61,975 






420,309 


807 


421,116 

Wood, blocks and other 
• for pulp. 

Other articles of the 
forest. 

Total, forest 





United States. . 
Alaska 

Cord . 
1,002,127 

8,339,278 

Cord. 


Cord. 

1,002,127 

8,339,278 




25 

14,682 




25 

15,299 

United*States.. 



617 


Total 





14,707 


617 


15,324 






51,899,704 


' 60, 645 


51,960,349 

Animals and Their 
Produce. 

Animals, viz; — 

Horses, one 3 ^ear old 
or less. 

Horses, over one vear 
old. 





United States. . . 

Unit’d Kingdom 
Bermuda 

No. 

11 

1,095 

No. 


No. 

11 

1,095 



9,002 

22 

365 

208 

0 

1,257 

3 

5,595 

1,789,650 

3,250 

54,750 

25,929 

1,225 

196,560 

634 

1,004,252 

6,741 

1,430,800 

15,743 

22 

365 

211 

5 

4,165 

3 

9,951 

3,220,450 
3,250 
54,750 
26,469 
1,225 
778, 160 

634 

1,910,255 

Egvot 



Newfoundland. . 
Alaska 

3 

540 

France 

Miquelon and 
St. Pierre 

2,908 

581,600 

United States. . . 
T otal 

4,356 

906,003 

16,457 

3,076,2.50 

14,008 

2,918,943 

30,465 

5,995,193 



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No. 24. — General Statement of Exports — Continued. 


Articles Exported. 

Countries. 

Goods, the 
Produce of Canada. 

Goods, not the 
Produce of Canada. 

Total Exports. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Axlm.\ls, Etc. — Con. 


No. 

V 

No. 

? 

No. 

S 

Animals — Con. 

Cattle, one year old 
or less. 

Bermuda 

3 

100 



3 

100 

Newfoundland . . 
Miquelon and 
St. Pierre 

74 

526 



74 

526 

38 

406 



38 

406 


United States... 

45, 205 

686, 762 

1 

1,000 

45, 206 

687,762 


Total 

45,320 

687, 794 

1 

1,000 

45,321 

688,794 



Cattle, over one year 
old. 

Bermuda 

45 

3,859 

200 



45 

3,859 

200 

Fiji Islands 

1 



1 

Newfoundland. . 

1,788 

124,811 

5,278 

10, 606 
13,304,396 



1,788 

34 

124,811 

5,278 

10,606 

13,305,446 


•Alaska 

34 




Miquelon and 
St. Pierre 

147 



147 


United States. . 

144,021 

2 

1,050 

144,023 


T otal 

146,636 

13,449,150 

2 

1,050 

146, 038 

13,450,200 




Swine 

Bermuda 

4 

55 



4 

55 


B.W. Indies. . . . 

4 

16 



4 

16 


Newfoundland. . 

672 

3,501 



672 

3,. 501 


Miquelon and 
St. Pierre 

25 

260 



25 

260 


United States. . . 

14,942 

379,904 



14,942 

379, 904 






Total 

15,647 

383,736 



15,647 

383,736 





Sheep, one year old 
or less. 

B.W. Indies 

8 

137 



8 

137 

Newfoundland . . 

7 

125 



7 

125 


United States.. . 

114,016 

1,376,290 



114,016 

1,376,290 






Total 

114,031 

1,376,552 



114,031 

1,376,552 





Sheep, over one year 

Newfoundland . . 

421 

4,860 

657 



421 

4,860 

657 

old. 

Miquelon and 
St. Pierre 

\ 

62 



62 


United States. . . 

20,191 

323,947 

2 

100 

20, 193 

324,047 


T otal 

20, 674 

329,464 

2 

100 

20, 676 

329,564 




Poultry 

B.W. Indies. . . . 


ii 


* 


11 


Hong Kong 


15 




15 


Nevdoundland. . 


156 




156 


Alaska 


30 




30 


China 


50 




50 


Hawaii 


43 




43 


Miquelon and 
St. Pierre 


156 




156 


United States... 


302,343 


1,847 


304, 190 







Total 


302,804 


1,847 


304,651 






All other animals, 

Unit’d Kingdom 


50 


981,700 


981,750 

20 

n.o.p. 

Bermuda 


20 



B.W. Indies. . . . 


5 




5 


Newfoundland . . 


205 




205 


Alaska 


265 


20 


285 


Cuba 


5 




5 


France 




365, 550 


365, 550 


Japan 


12, 140 
87, 707 



12, 140 
281,427 


United States... 



193,720 








Total 


100,397 


1,540,990 


1,64