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SESSIONAL PAPERS 



VOX.UME 7. 



SEVENTH SESSION OF THE TWELFTH PARLIAMENT 



OF THE 



DOMINION OF CANADA 



SESSION 1917 



VOLUME Lll. 





10 9141 



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Alphabetical Tiul( x to Sessional Papers 



A. 1917 



ALPHABETICAL INDEX 



SESSIONAL PAPERS 



OF TBE 



PARLIAMENT OF CANADA 



SEVENTH SESSION, TWELFTH PARLIAMENT, 1917. 



A 

Acadia Coal Co., documents re Concilli- 
ation Board to employees of 1916.. .. 102 

Adertising of Canadian Products by 

sample goods in France 205o 

" Agricultural Instruction Act " — Report 

on 15c 

Agriculture, Report of Minister of year 

IQK 15 

Agriculture, Dept. of, numbers of em- 
ployees in from 1911 to 1917, etc.. .. 138</ 

Agriculture, total expenditure in, by Gov- 
ernment in each of years from 1904-5, 
1916-17, etc 222 

Aliens, number of interned, nationality of 
each on Public Workis since 1914.. .. 141 

Americans, number in Canadian Regi- 
ments since 1914 143a 

Ammunition, Order in Council re rules re- 
specting employees near wharves. . . . 43b 

Arbitration Boards, applications made to 
Labour Dept. for, by workmen of N.S. 148 

Armstrong, S. A., a-plpointment of, as 
Director of Military Hospitals Com- 
mission 115 

Auditor General's Report, Vols. I, II, III 

and IV, 1916 1 

B 

Battalion, 210th. respecting the locating 
of, at Regina and Moosejaw 270 

Baugh, Edward Levi, re release of, from 
Penitentiary 219 

Beam Trawlers of U. S., re privileges 
granted to respecting ports in U. S. .. 266 
27360—1 



B 

Beaver Harbour Wharf, Halifax Co., re 
repairs, etc., to in last four years.. .. 119 

Boards of Concilliation, Industrial Dis- 
putes Act, etc., 1916 36o 

Bonds and Securities, detailed statement 
of, 1916-.. .-. 63 

Breakwater, re repairs on at Souris, 

P.E.I., years 1915 and 1916 127 

Breakwater at Breen's Point, Co. of Anti- 
gonish, N.S., since 1911 12S 

Breakwater at Souris, P.E.I., correspond- 
ence re 1915-1'6 2O0 

British Isles, natives of, number of en- 
rolled in Canadian Regiments since 
1914 143a 

British Columbia, correspondence with 
Government of, with Dept. of Marine 
and Fisheries in B.C.. 209 

British Columbia, between Imperial Gov- 
ernment and re validation of certain 
Acts of 214 

British Columbia, Hydrometric Survey 

1915 25e 

British Columbia, correspondence with 
Imperial Government, re validation 
Acts of Legislature of 214 

Buildings and oflicec, number of rented 
by Government, in Ottawa years, 1914- 
15-16-17, etc 265 

Bulls, thoroughbred sent to Co. of Dor- 
chester, etc., Quebec 255 

By-elections, year, 1916 18 



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A. 1917 



Canadian Army Medical Service, report 

on. Gen. Baptie 

Canadian Army Medical Service, report 

on. Col. Bruce 

Canadian Railways, correspondence re 
Commission respecting condition of, 

names of Commissioners 

Canadian War Records Office, London, 

England, report of, to 1917 

Canadian Manufacturers Association, cor- 
respondence with, re supplies for the 

front 

Canadian Northern Railway, Order in 

Council, re 4-5 George V, chap. 20, 8-15 

Canadian War Records Office, report re 

from date of foundation to January 

1917 

Canadian ships, re requisitioning of, by 

Government 

Canadian Northern Railway System, copy 

financial statements re 

Canadian Northern Railway System, copy 
statements re advances made to by 

Government, etc 

Canadian Northern Railway System, copy 
of Mortgage Deed of Trust to Domin-- 

ion Government 

Canadian Expeditionary Force, number 
of officers and men classed as unfit for 

service, etc 

Canadian Biology 1915-1916 

Canadian Govern^ment Railways: — 

Return re lands sold by, from October 

1915, to September 30> 1916 

Canals Statistics, 1916 

Census Statistics of male population, 

ages of 20 and 45 

Census Statistics re strength of Canadian 
Units in England, also in France, St. 

Lucia, etc 

Censors, Decoders, etc., names, addresses, 

etc., of 

Censors, Decoders, etc., names, addresses, 
at Hazel Hill and Canso, N.S., 1916, 

amount expended, 1916 

Civil Service: — 

Number of permanent employees in 

Department of Finance. 1911 

>;umber of permanent employees in 

Department of Finance, up to 1917.. 

Number of permanent and temporary 

employees in Department of Indian 

Affairs 

List of Canada, year 1916 

Number of permanent employees in, in 

1911 — No. of added since 

Number of permanent employees in 
Department of Marine and Fisheries, 
No. added since 



90f 



90 



61 



159 



1S5 



61 



225 



237 



237b 



237q 



261 
38a 



68 
20a 



194 



143c 



93 



136 



138f 



13Sf 



13Sy 
30 



138f 



1381 



Number of permanent employees in 
Department of Naval Affairs, No. 

added since 138a 

Civil Service Insurance Act, 1916, state- 
ment respecting 57 

?ivii Service, statement re superannu- 
ation and retiring allowances, 1916.. 56 
Civil Service, number of employees per- 
manently in the Department of Militia 
and Defence in 1911 and 1917, etc.. 138 

Civil Service, re pay to members of, in 
military service of Canada 188 

"•ivil Service Commission, report of 1016. 31 

Civil Service, number of, etc.. Department 

of Justice 138d 

Coal cargoes, report of Commission to 
inquire into conditions re delivery of. . 142 

Coal operations. Order in Council appoint- 
ing Director of, for B.C 212 

Coal re District No. 18 of Alberta, docu- 
ments, etc., B.C. coal operators associ- 
ation 212a 

Cold Storage Companies in Canada, re 
price and amount of commodities sold 
by 210 

Commission of Conservation, report of.. 73 

Commissions concerning soldiers re pen- 
sions, hospitals, etc., created since war. 236 

Commissioner of Live Stock, province of 
Saskatchewan, names of persons em- 
ployed with 252 

Commissions, date and object of all ap- 
pointed since 1911, to date 161 

Conductors, brakemen. drivers and fire- 
men, number of. on Canadian Govern- 
ment Railways, between Moncton and 
Campbellton. 156 

Conservation, Commission of. Report of, 

for year 1917 264 

Cost of living. Report of W. F. O'Connor, 

Commissioner relating to 2]0rt 

Customs duties, refund of. etc., statement 
re 75 

(""iistoms, report of department of year 

1916 11 

Documents re Conciliation Board relat- 
ing to e.miployees at Pictou. N.S.. 104 
List of all empJoyees in 1916. in round 

house at Pirate Harbour, N.S 101 

Number of persons appointed to, from 
January 1916, to March 31. 1917.. 175 

Criminal Statistics for the year 1915.. ., 17 

D 

Tilry and cold storage commissioner, re- 
port of. year 1916 1.5a 

Davidson, Sir Charles — 

Koportof, as Com.missloner, evidence 
taken before, re war expenditures ; 
also report of. re small arms ammu- 
nition ; purchase of submarines and 



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A. 191' 



military cloth (Auburn Woolen Mills 

Co.) . . . 60 

Davies, William Company, Ltd., and Mat- 
thews-Blackwell, Ltd., Order in Council, 

re investig-ation 2106 

Defence of Canada, order 1917 197 

" Destructive Insect and Pest Act," i-eg:u- 

ations under 58 

Dismissals : — 

Mr. H. D. McKenzie of Stellarton, X.S. . 79 

Frank Dunlop, of Sydney Mines 95 

Mr. Spenny, trackmaster on short line, 

Canadian Government Railway, etc. 153 
lAon Roy, as Interpreter to Department 

of Interior 154 

D. MoDermid, superintendent of Fish 

Hatchery, N.S 163 

Moses H. Nickerson, Inspector of Life 

Saving stations, N.S 167 

Augrustin D. Lauteagne, postmaster of 

Island River, Gloucester Co., N.B. . 178 
John R. Mcintosh, postmaster, Cum- 

ming's Mountain, etc., N.S 180 

John McDonald, janitor of Public build- 
ing, Inverness, N.S 198 

Hector Urquhart, Cape Breton Co., N.S., 

appointment of successor 201 

Divorces, number of. granted in Canada 

by Parliament since 1867 98 

Dominion Lands, Orders in Council re 
management of, in 40 mile railway belt, 

B.C 67 

Dominion Lands, Orders iu Council re 

"Railway Water Belt Act," 1916.. .. 66 

Dominion Lands, Orders in Council re 

" Forest Reserves and Park Act," 1916. 65 
Dominion Lands, Orders in Council re 

"Dominion Lands Act," 1916.. .... 69 

Dominion Lands, Orders in Council re 

"Dominion Lands Survey Act," 1916.. 64 
Dominion Police Force, account of, etc., 

1916., 59 

Doukhobours, re exemption from Military 

service of 224 

Dredging : — 

Relating to work done at Ste. Anne de 
Bellevue, Pointe Fortune, Ottawa, 

river, etc 123 

Dredging at wharf at Isle Perrot, north 
and south, Dorion Bay channel, Vau- 

dreuil, etc 123a 

Dredging at Margaree Harbour, N.S,. 

during 1913, 1914, 1915 and 1916 134 

Dredging at Ste. Anne de Bellevue, Pointe 

Fortune, Ottawa Rivers, etc.. .. /. .. 241 
Duchemin, H. P., Commissioner, re 

amount paid to 181 

Duties, re payment of, on account of 
claims against certain provinces, by 
Minister of Justice 229 

27360— li 



Employees, number of. in Departments of 
Labour, Interior, Public Works, etc. .. 217 

En^ployees, names, salaries, etc., of, volun- 
teering from Deipartment of Interior 
and Indian Affairs 220 

Enlistment of men for overseas service, 
number of, etc 143a 

Estimates, year ending March 31, 1918.. 3 

Estimates, supplementary, year ending 
March 31, 1917 4 

Estimates, supplementary, year ending 
March 31, 1918 •; 

Exchequer Court, Copy of New Rule re 
practice and procedure in 100 

Exchequer Court, Proceedings of re 
Indians on Sydney, N.S. Reserve.. .. 157 

Exchequer Court, Proceedings re Quebec 
and Saguenay Railway, Quebec and 
Montmorency Railway, and Lotbinidre 
Megantic 48(, 

Exchequer Court, Copy of Rule 200 of, 

re procedure lOOa 

Exhibition Train, correspondence re or- 
ganization of, in France 205 

Experimental Farms, Report of Director 
and Officers of, 1916 16 

Exports in different commodities, amount 
of, for first nine months of present 
fiscal year is6 

Express Statistics of Canada, year 1916 20e 

Extension of Parliamentary term, etc., 

corresiondence re 74 

Extension of Parliamentary Icrm, etc., 

further correspondence, re 74a 

External Affairs, Report of Secretary of 
State for 1917 33 



First Contingent, No. of Battalions of 
leaving Canada, etc 213 

Fishing in the tidal waters of province 
of Quebec, relating to 251 

Fish, dried, wine, etc., trade in between 

Portugal and Canada 97 

Fish, scrap, names and P. O. addresses of 
purchasers of, from works at Canso, 
1916 116 

Fisher, Ward, Inspector of Fisheries, 
Western N.S., re disbursements of, 
1912-1913 208 

Food Controller for Canada, Order in 

Council, re appointment of I92a 

Fuel Controller for Canada, Order in 
Council, relating to 192 

Furloughs granted to men after enlist- 
ment for harvesting purposes 107 

O 

Jeographic Board, Report Of, for year 

1916 25(1 



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A. 1917 



G 

'Jerman nationality, number of persons 
of, employed in Departments of Service, 
etc 176 

Giard, ex-M.P.P. for Compton, re employ- 
ment of, by Government 223 

Governor General's M^arrants, on account 
of years 1916-1917 49 

Governor General's Warrants, issued 
since adjournment of Parliament, 
February 1917. ... 49a 

Grain Commission, re report from, to 

Department of Trade and Commerce. 1S4 

Grain Supervisors, Board of, Order in 
Council, respecting 193 

Grand Trunk Pacific Rpilway, quantity 
of freight carried over, between Levis 
and Moncton 80 

Gravel, Mr. Alfred, re appointment of, 
etc., as Harbour Commissioner of Que- 
bec 71 

Grazing Leases, documents relating to. . 112 

"Grilse," H.M.C.S. re inquiry into 
damages sustained by 164 

H 

Halifax and Eastern Railway, naming of 

Stations on.. .'. 150 

Halifax Herald, E^^ening Mall, and Royal 

Print and Lithographing Co., Halifax. 257 

Hansard Translation Staff, correspond- 
ence with Chief of, 1917 215 

Harbour improvements at Tracadie, Co. 

of Antigonish, N.S., 1916 126 

Harrigan Cove Wharf, Halifax Co., re- 
pairs, etc., to, in 1914-1915 120 

Harvesting furloughs granted to men after 
enlistment, etc 107 

High Commissioner's Office, names of 
staff, etc 96 

Horses for war purposes bought in 

Canada 92 

Hydrometric Survey of British Colum- 
bia 1915 25e 

Hydrometric Survey of Manitoba 1915.. 25/ 

Hydrometric Surveys (Stream Measure- 
ments), Report of 1915 25c 

I 

Immigration Service in city of Montreal, 
No. of persons, etc, employed in.. .. 83 

Immigration Service and Land settlement, 
correspondence between Federal Gov- 
f-rnment and provinces, re 82 

Immigration of Supt. of, re advertising in 
United States newspapers for farm 
hands 113 

Imperial War Conference, papers, re, 

1917 42a 

Imperial War Conference, extracts from 

Minutes of 42a 



I 

Indian Affairs, Report of Department of, 
year ended March 31, 1916 27 

Inland Revenues, Reports, Returns and 
Statistics of, year ended March 31, 
1916 12, 13, 14 

Insurance, Report of Superintendent of, 
year 1916 , ; 8 

Insurance Coys. Abstract statement of, 
year 1916 9 

Interior Department, number of clerks, .. 
etc., belonging to inside service, paid 
from outside service 81 

Interior Department, Annual Report of, 
year ending March 31, 1916 25 

Inverness Harbour, N.S., re opening of. . 24S 

J 

Jones, C. G., Surgeon-General, Interim 

Report of, on Army Medical Service.. &0& 

Judges, Province of Quebec, travelling 
expenses of, etc 174 

K 

Kelly, Thos., re treatment of, in Stony 

Mountain Prison 145 

King's Regulations and Orders for the 
Army 195 

King and Wallace Shipyards, Ltd., re 
contract for delivery of wooden auxi- 
liary ship 267 

Kitsilano Indian Reserve Report on.. .. S5 

Labour report of, for year ending March 

31, 1916 36 

Lambert, Hyppolite, re cancellation of 
mail contract to 1S2 

Lamond and Harrison, re contract for 
construction of one wooden auxiliary 
ship ' 267 

Lebel, Polydore, re suspension of, as engi- 
neer on Intercolonial Railway, in 1916. 152 

Le Blanc, Maurice, Department of Public 
Works, Co. of Bonaventure, re travel- 
ling expenses of 240 

Librarians of Parliament, Report of Joint 
do. 40 

Liquor, Return re amount of, brought 
into Canadian Territories, 191C 147 

List of shipping of Dominion of Canada 
tc 1915 22 

List of shareholders in Chartered Banks 
on December 31, 1915 6 

Local Tribunals, Copy of "Gazette," 12th 
September, containing list of 276 

Luceville Station, I.C.Ry., re changing of 
name of Saint Luce, to 118 

Lyall & Sons, re contract of, between 
Government and, for rebuilding I'arlia- 
ment Buildings ■.' • 105 



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A. 1017 



M 

Mails ;— 

Contract to J. C. Shields and others for 
carrying- mails from Ashcroft to Fort 

George, B.C 139 

Documents re contract from Tatania- 

gouche to New Annan, N.S 99 

Documents re contract between Grand 

River and Fourchu, N.S 231 

Rural routes established in Qu'Appelle 
since January 1916, also date of . . . . 2T2 
Mail route, change in Margaree-Inver- 
ness, to other points 273 

Male persons, regulations re departure of, 

from Canada, Order in Council re.. .. 162 

Manitoba Hydrometrip Survey, 1915.. .. 25; 

Manitoba Legislature Act passed by, 

amending the "Jury Act" 140 

Manual of Military Law, 1914 196 

Margaree Harbour, pier at 246 

Margaree Harbour, breakwater at 246« 

Marine and Fisheries, Report of, years 

1915-1916 21 

Marine Agency at Pictou, N.S., re closing 
of, etc., in 1916 91 

Marine and Fisheries, supplement to Re- 
port of, (Steamboat Inspection) . . . . 23 

Members of Parliament, names of, belong- 
ing to overseas forces, etc 109 

Members of Parliament, names of, belong- 
ing to overseas forces, supplementary. 109< 

Members of Parliament, names and num- 
ber of, serving with forces 109? 

Members of Parliament, names, supple- 
mentary.. 109( 

Members of House of Commons, names of, 
serving or have served with Canadian 
army 109 

Members of House of Commons, names of 
serving or have served with Canadian 
army 109( 

Members of House of Commons, names of, 

number of, date of appointment, etc. . 109i 

rsiembers of House of Commons, seir\-i-ng 

or have served in Canadian army.. .. 109( 

Merchandise, re quantity of, exported into 
foreign countries since August 1, 1914, 
etc 207 

Military Hospital at Halifax, Report of 
Commission respecting 170 

Military Hospitals Commission, Report of 
work of, to date 1917 loS 

Militia Council, Report of, year ending. 
March, 31, 1916 35 

Militia General Orders promulgated to, 

1915 to 1917 94 

Militia and Defence, ex-Minister of, cor- 
respondence between Premier and.. .. 160 

Militia, Department of, re amount spent 
advertising for recruits in Canada. . . . 171 



M 

Military Staff, North Vancouver, names, 
duties, salaries, etc 235 

Military Division No. 6, Halifax, names, 

occupa.tion, salaries, etc 235a 

Military Service Council, Order in Council, 
appointing to assist administration of 
Military Service Act 209 

Mines Branch, Department of Mines, Re- 
port of 1915 26a 

Mines Department, Geological Sui-\'ey, 

Report 26 

Miscellaneous Unforeseen Expenses, state- 
ment re, from 1916 to 1917 51 

Mc 

McCuaig, Clarence J., correspondence be- 
tween Department Militia, and first 
purchasing committee 263 

McFarlane, Dan, re claim of, against De- 
partment of Railways, 1917 151 

McKee, A. J., and T. J. Drummond, The, 
vessels 149 

McLeod, Sir Eiekiel, Hon. Louis Tellier, 
Report of re Hon. Robert Rogers.. .. 230 

N 

-Xational Battlefields Commission, State- 
ments re Receipts and Expenditures. . 55 
National Service Board of Canada, Orders 

in Council, re establishment of 46 

.Naturalization, certificates of, to Alien 
enemies, Order in Council, recommend- 
ing 275 

Naval Service : — 

Amendments to regulations, re pay, 
allowances, and pensions to invalided 

men from Naval Service 43p 

Canadian Biology, 1915-1916 Zia 

Copies of Orders in Council re super- 
annuation of Blair Kent in Naval Ser- 
vice Department, also command 
money ; Hardlying money ; establish- 
ing rates of pensions ; regulations 
for enrollment of men in volunteer 
Naval Reserve, and order made 
under War Measures Act re persons 
of enemy landing in Canada.. .. 43 
Copy Order in Council, re payment and 
Specialist allowances to overseas 

division 4 3d 

E^xtract from Order in Council, re 
Regulations respecting Separation 

Allowance payment 43a 

Extract Order in Council, No. 1783, 

re pay, allowances and pensiions. . 43e 
Extract Order in Council, No. 1871, 

re pay, allowances and pensions.. 4 3e 
Radiotelegraph regulations, copy of 

amendment to 50b 



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A. 1917 



N 

Regrulations re rank of Chief Skipper 
in 

Reg^ulations re persons on stores, 
wharves, etc., on which ammiunition 
is handled, Order in Council re- 
specting- 

Regulations re pay and allowances 
to men after discharge, Order in 
Council respecting 

Report of Department of, for year end- 
ing 1916 

Report of Fisheries Branch of Naval 
Service, 1915-1916 

Report of Department of year 1916.. 

Travelling allowances. Officers and 
men of, also allowances re lodging, 
etc 

Defence of Canada, order. Order in 

Council re 

News print paper, Order in Council, re 

exportation, price, sale, transport, and 

control of 

Newspapers, " Le Canada," " La Presse," 
•• La Patrie," " Le Pays," " La Vigie," 
and "La Soleil," amounts 

O 

O'Connor, Commissioner, re cost of living. 

Reports of, re sugar 

O'Connor, Commissioner, re cost of living. 

Reports of, re Anthracite coal 

O'Connor, Commissioner, re cost of living, 
cold storage conditions in Canada.. 

Okanagan Telephone Coy 

Oliver equipment 

Overseas Forces, re number of appli- 
cants rejected on account of physical 

unfitness, etc 

Overseas Forces, number of men enlisted 
for, number since discharged, and where. 
Orders in Council, Copies of : — 

Re appointment of Parliamentary 
Under Secretary of State for Exter- 
nal Affairs 

Re appointment of Parliamentary Secre- 
tary, Department Militia and De- 
fence 

Re appointment Minister of Overseas 
Military Forces from Canada in 

United Kingdom 

Respecting, wheat flour, and Semolina 
imported Into Canada free of duty.. 
Ottawa Improvement Commission, Re- 
ceipts and Expenditures, 1916 

P 

Parliament Buildings, re claims of losses 
by fire at, 1916 

Parliamentary National Service Commis- 
sion, correspondence re 

Parliamentary term, War extension of.. 



Patriotic Fund, amounts subscribed and 
voted, amounts by provinces, counties, 

etc 

Patriotic Fund, amounts paid into, pro- 
mised, etc 

Patenaude, Hon. E?. L., Letter of, to 

Prime Minister re resignation 

Pearson's post office, Nipissing, change 

of location of 

Penitentiaries, Report of Minister of Jus- 
tice, year 1916 

Pension Regulations, copies of Order in 

Council respecting 

Pensions of officers or dependents, re ex- 
change of, between Imperial and Can- 
adian Governments 

Pensions and separation allowances, oflfi- 

cers, warrant officers, etc 

Pier at Margaree Harbour, N.S 

Postmaster General, Report of year ended 

March 31, 1916 

Post Office, Canard and Splitlog, petitions, 

etc., re 

l^ost Office, Pearson's re removal of, etc. 

Post Office, Department, number in paid 

from outside service, names, salary, 

etc 

Printing of Parliament, Reports of re 

economy in printing public documents. 

Proprietary or Patent Medicine Act, re 

petitions for repeal of, from Physicians, 

etc 

I'ublic Accounts of Canada, year ended 

March 31, 1916 

Public Works, Report of Minisfter of 

year ended March 31, 1916 

Public Works, expenditures made by, 
since 1916 in different provinces of 

Canada, etc 

143(1 r'ublic Printing and Stationery, 1916.. 

Q 

Quebec and Saguenay Ry. Co., Quebec 
Railway, Light and Power Co., Lot- 
biniere and Megantic (Railway Co., and 
Quebec Rai^vay, Light, Heat and Power 
Co., copy of agreement between Gov- 
ernment and 

Quebec and Saguenay Railway Co., etc.. 
Exchequer Court proceedings, re.. .. 

Quebec and Saguenay Railway Co., Judg- 
ment bv court fixing price paid for, etc. 

Quebec City Board of Trade, correspon- 
dence between, and Premier re Report 
of Commission on Railways 

R 

Iladiotelegraph Regulations, Amend- 
ments to, since 1914 

■iadiotelegraph Ropulations, Amendments 
to re ship stations within Canadian har- 
bours 



43c 



431) 



43i 



38 



43/ 



457t 



114 



216 



189 

190 

210(1 

249 

108 



143 



110a 
110 
206 
179 
34 
168 

168a 

238 
246 



89 
179 



227 
183 

259 

2 

19 



130 
32 



41 



106 



53 



258 



74 



48 

48a 

48b 

239 



50 



50a 



6 



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A. 1917 



R 

Railway Commissioners, Report of Board 

of year 1916 

Railway Transport Commission, Report of 

1917 

Railway Subsidies, amounts expended in 
Canada years, 1912, 1913, 1914, and 

1915 

Railway Employees' Magazine, re estab- 
lishment of, etc 

Railways and Canals, Report of Depart- 
ment of year 1916 

Railway Statistics 1916 

Rails taken up on G.T.P. Railway.. .. 
Rails, sent to France for use of, in war. 
Recruiting Officers, chief, or special, names 
and rank of, since beginning of war. . 
Recruiting in P. E. Island, names, ad- 
dresses, etc., of parties engaged therein. 
Recruiting Officers, names and number of 
appointed in Province of Quebec, etc. 
Recruiting of soldiers for overseas ser- 
vice, statistics re 

Refund of Customs duties, etc., state- 
ment re 

Refund of Tolls or duties from Depart- 
ment of Marine and Fisheries 1916. . 
Registrars for purposes of Military Ser- 
vice Act, Order in Council, appointing 

to Provinces of Canada 

Returned Soldiers, correspondence re be- 
tween Federal and Provincial Govern- 
ments 

Returned Soldiers, Order in Council re 
preference in appointments to Civil 

Service 

Returned soldiers, number of, receiving 
employment from the Government.. .. 
Rogers, Hon. Robert, McLeod-Tellier, Re- 
port, re 

Rogers evidence, exhibits, connected with 
McLeod-Tellier. Report concerning. . . . 
Rogers, Hon. Robt., correspondence be- 
tween, and the Premier of Canada, re 

resignation 

Roseberg, P. O. correspondence, re change 

of location of 

Ross Rifle, Papers re withdrawal of, from 

service 

Ross Rifle, Order in Council, re taking 
over of, by Government of Canada. . 
Ross. Sir Charles, Copy of contracts, etc. 
Ross Rifle, date, and number of last 
ordered, recommendation for, etc. . . . 
Roy, L6on, appointment of. as interpreter 
Department of Interior, and also dis- 
missal 

Royal Canadian Navy, re allowance to 
accountant officers in receiving ships. . 



Royal North West Mounted Police, cancel- 
20a lation of agreements between Govern- 
ments of Manitoba, Saskatchewan and 
20g Alberta, re services in those provinces. 

Royal North West Mounted Police, re ter- 
minations of agreements between Gov- 
ernment of Canada and Provincial 
Governments 

Royal North West Mounted Police, Report 
of year 1916 

Royal Society of Canada, statements of 
receipts and expenditures, 1916.. .. 



20 
20? 
146f, 
146 

233 

226f 
226 



7.5 



277 



86 



163 



218 



>30 



230' 



260 



111 
137 



234 



77 



Salmon Nets, correspondence re removal 
of, from parts of coast of Inverness 
Co 

Salt, correspondence re supply of, for 
fisheries of Maritime Provinces 

sealers of B.C., documents re claims of, 
under last treaty with United States. . 

Secretary of State, Report of year 1916. 

•:eed Commissioner, Order in Council, 
appointing, and authorizing purchase of 
seed wheat, etc 

Seizure of certain fishing boats, tackle, 
etc., Straits of Northumberland, 1916 

Sevigny, Hon. Albert, correspondence 
between, and Sergeant-at-Arms. . 

Seventy-eighth Highlanders of N.S., 
name and rank of officers In 1914.. 

Shields, J. C, Inland Express Co., con- 
tract for carrying mails from Ashcroft 
to Fort George, B.C 

Ship Harbour Lake, N.S., re sale of tim- 
ber from, to Mr. Andrew Webber. . 

Cockeye Salmon, papers re prohibition of 
export of, from B.C 

Soldiers, alleged maltreating of, in 
Quebec, evidence collected re 

-Jouthern Slav Committee, memo, pre- 
sented by, re aspirations, claims, etc., of 
Slavs ' 

State and Mines, Departments, number of 
employees in from 1911 to 1917, inclu- 
sive 

Statute passed by Manitoba, Intituled: 
" An Act to amend the Jury Act," 

Papers, re 

Stenographic reporting for different com- 
missions, amount paid for 

stenogrraphic reporting for different com- 
missions, amount paid for 

stoning of Troop trains. Report of Com- 

misfrion of inquiry 

Storm Signals, re appointment of a man 
in charge of. at Grand Etang and Mar- 

garee Harbour 

Sydney Daily Post, newspaper, re amounts 
paid to by Government since 1911.. .. 



70 

70a 

28 

S4 

169 

211 

268 
29 

144 
253 
187 
262 

139 

84 

72 
173 

228 

U8h 

140 
203 
203a 
172 

271 
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Alphabetical Index to Sessional Papers 



A. 191^ 



Tait, Sir Thomas, correspondence re 
appointment, etc., to Kational Service 
Board S7 

Tait, Sir Thomas, correspondence addi- 
tional re appointment, etc., to National 
Service Board 87a 

Target practice rod, correspondence re 
between Department Militia, War Pur- 
chasing Commission, and British War 
Office 254 

Telegraph Statistics of Canada, 1916.. .. 20/ 

Telephone Statistics of Canada, year 1916. 20d 

Temporary Loans, Statement of, from 

1916 to 1917 52 

Territorial defence of Province of Que- 
bec, correspondence witli Armand La- 
vergne re 191 

Thetford Mines, P.Q., correspondence re 
labour trouble at 103 

Tidal waters of Province Quebec, rights 

of fishing in 251 

Topographical Sur\-eys Branch, Report of 

1915-1916 25i 

Trade and Commerce : — 

Report of Department of. Part I, 1916. 10 
Report of Department of, Part II, 1916 lOr 
Report of Department of. Part III, 

1916 10! 

Report of Department of. Part IV, 

1916 10. 

Report of Department of. Part "V, 

1916 10< 

Report of Department of. Part I, 

1916 10( 

Report of Department of. Part VH, 

1916 10; 

Trade Unions, Annual Return, re 62 

Trade Commission to Great Britain, 
France and Italy, 1916, Report of. . 221 

Transcontinental Railway, Report of 
•Commission of, 1916 37 

Transcontinental Railway, List of points 

where rails removed 146? 

Transcontinental Railway, List of points 

where rails removed 146fi 

Tribunals, Local, Copy of Gazette con- 
taining list of 276 

U 

Unclaimed Balances in chartered banks 
of Canada, December 31, 19ir... .. 7 

V 

Vale Railway, Copy of agreement con- 
cerning lease of 47 

Vancouver, Documents re purchase of 
land In, for purpose of an Armoury 
since 1913 232 

Veterinary Director General, Report of 

year 1916 la?/ 

Victoria Bridge, Montreal, Copy of Order 
In Council, increasing toll rates on.. 117 



War Purchasing Commission, Report of 

1915 to 1916, inclusive 45 

War Conference, Papers relating to, in 

1917 42 

War Measures Act, re British ships in 
Canada, etc., requisition of, for war 

purposes 135 

War Badges, Rules and Regulations re 
for members of Canadian Expeditionary 

Force ; 274 

Ward Fisher, Inspector of Fisheries, 
Western Nova Scotia, disbursements 

of 1912-1913 20S 

Wet Canteen system, overseas, corres- 
pondence re abolishment of 204 

Wharves : — 
" at Upper Prospect, N.S., 1915.. .. 124 
" at Shad Bay, repairs to. in, 1915.. 125 
" at Mushaboom Harbour, N.S., in 

1913 129 

" at Port Dufferin West, Halifax Co., 

N.S., in 1913-14 131 

" at Port Dufferin East, Halifax Co., 

N.S., in 1916 132 

" at Bcum Secum West, Halifax Co., 

N.S., construction of, at 133 

■' at McKay's Point, extension of and 

repairs to 199 

" at Craignish, N.S . 202 

" at Harrigan Cove, Halifax Co., N.S., 

repairs to, in 1914-1915 120 

" at Isle Perrot, Vaudreuil, Pointe 

Cavagnal, Hud.son, etc 122b 

" at Finlay Point, N.S 242 

" Breakwaters, etc., Co. of Anti- 

gonish, N.S 243 

'* of the Government at Crose I'oint, 

New Carlisle, etc., Quebec 244 

" at Marble Mountain, N.S. . .: .. .. 245 

" at Port Hood, N.S 247 

Correspondence re wharves at Isle 
Perrot Sud, Vaudreuil, Pointe 

Cavagnal, etc .. 122 

" Correspondence re wharves at Isle 
Perrot North, South, Vaudreuil, 
Pointe Cavagnal, Hudson, etc. . . . 122a 
VVharve.s, Breakwaters and other public 

works, Co. of Guysboro, N.S 250 

Wheat, wheat flour, semolina, Oruer in 

Council re 106 

Whitehead, N.S., life saving station at. 

Order in Council referring to 278 

Willis Keizer, application of re Fishing 

weir at Square Cove, N.S 166 

Wooden Auxiliary Sailing Ships, Con- 
l;-acLs foi-, — 

Y 

Yukon Territory, Ordinances of 76 

Ifukon Territory, Orders in Council re 

Government of 7(^a 

Yukon Territory, Orders in Council re 

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LIST OF SESSIONAL PAPERS 

Arrwiged in Numerical Order, with their titles at full length; the dates when Ordered 
and when Presented to the Houses of Parllojanent; the Names of the Senator or 
Member who moved for each Session<il Paper, and whether it is ordered to he 
Printed or not Printed. 

CONTENTS OF VOLUME 1. 

(This volume is bound in three parts.) 

1. Report of the Auditor General for the year esded 31st March, 1916, Volume 1, Parts a b and 

A to K ; Volume II, Parts L to U ; Volume III, Parts V to Z ; Volume IV, Part ZZ'. 
Presented by Sir George Foster April 19, 1917. 

Printed for distribution and scssionaJ papers. 

CONTENTS OF VOLUME 2. 

2. The Public Accounts of Canada, for the fiscal year ended March 31, 1916. Presented by 

Sir Thomas White, February 1, 1917. . .Pnnfed for distribution and sessional papers. 

3. Estimates of sums required for the service of the Dominion for the year ending- on the 

31st March, 1918, and in accordance with the provisions of "The British North 
America Act, 1867," the Governor General recommends these Estimates to the House 
of Commons. Presented by Sir Thomas White, January 31, 1917. 

Printed for distribution and sessional papers. 

4. Supplementary Estimates of sums requiretl for the service of the Dominion for the year 

ending on the 31gt March, 1917, and, in accordance with the provisions of " The British 
North America Act, 1867," the Governor General recommends these Estimates to the 
House of Commons. Presented by Sir Thomas White, February 5, 1917. 

' Printed for distribution and sessional papers. 

5. Supplementary Estimates of sums required for the service of the Dominion for the year 

ending on the 31st March, 1918. Presented by Sir Thomas White, August 17, 191". 

Printed for distribution and sessional papers. 

6. List of Shareholders in the Chartered Banks of the Dominion of Canada as on December 

31, 1915. Presented by Sir Thomas White, January 25, 1917 \ot irrhitcd. 

7. Report on certified cheques, drafts or bills of exchange, dividends remaining unpaid and 

unclaimed balances in Chartered Banks of the Dominion of Canada, for five years and 
upwards prior to December 31, 1915. Presented by Sir Thomas W'-^.U?., January 25, 
1917 Xot priu'td. 

CONTENTS OF VOLUME 3. 

(This volume is bound in two parts.) 

8. Report of the Superintendent of Insurance for the year 1916. Presented by Sir Thomas 

White, July 27, 1917 Printed for distribution and sessional papers. 

9. Abstract of Statements of Insurance Companies in Canada for the year ended December 

31, 1916. Presented toy Sir Thomas White, May 2, 1917. 

Printed for distribution and sessional papers. 

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CONTENTS OF VOLUME 4. 

lO. Report of the Department of Trade and Commerce for the fiscal year ended 31st March, 
1916: Part L — Canadian Trad« (Imports in and EJxports from Canada,). Presented 
by Sir George Foster, April 19, 1917.. ..Printed for distribution and sessional papers. 

CONTENTS OF VOLUME 5. 

lOa. Report of the Department of Trade and Commerce for the fiscal year ended March 31, 
1916: — Part II. — Canadian Trade with France, Germany, the United Kingdom and the 
United States. Presented by Sir George Foster, January 25, 1917. 

PHnted for distribution and sessional papers. 

10b, Report of the Department of Trade and Commerce for the fiscal year ended March 31, 
191'6. — Part III. — Canadian Trade with British and Foreign Countries (except France, 
Germany, United Kingdom and United States). Presented by Sir George Foster, 
April 19, 1917 Printed for distribution and sessional papers. 

10c, Report of the Department of Trade and Commerce for the fiscal year ended March 31, 
1916 (Part IV, Miscellaneous Infoi-mation). Presented by Sir George Foster, June 4, 
1917 Pi-inted for distribution and sessional papers. 

CONTENTS OF VOLUME 6. 

lOd. Report of the Department of Trade and Commerce, Part V — Grain Statistics, compiled by 
the Inspection Branch of the Department, Ottawa, for the fiscal year ended March 31, 
1916, the crop year ended August 31, 1916, and the season of navigation ended 
December 14, 1916 ; and Report of the Board of Grain Commissioners. Presented by 
Sir George Foster, June 8, 1917.. .. Printed for distribution and sessional papers. 

lOe. Report of the Department of Trade and Commerce, for the fiscal year ending March 31, 
1916 (Part VI. — Subsidized Steamship Services, with Statistics showing Steamship 
Traffic to December 31, 1916, and Estimates for fiscal year 1917-1918). Presented by 
Sir George Foster. May 3, 1917 Printed for distribution and sessional papers. 

10/. Report of the Department of Trade and Commerce for the fiscal year ended March 31, 
1916: Part VII — ^Trade of Foreign Countries, Treaties and Conventions. Presented 
by Sir George Foster, 1917 Printed for distributiwi and sessional papers. 

CONTENTS OF VOLUME 7. 

11. Report of the Department of Customs for the year ended March 31, 1916. Presented by 

Hon. Mr. Reid, January 29, 1917.. ..Printed for distribution and sessional papers. 

CONTENTS OF VOLUME 8. 

12, 13, 14. Reports, iReturns and Statistics of the Inland 'Revenues of the- .//^minion of 

Canada, for the fiscal year ended March 31, 1916. Part I. — Kxcise. P.;ft TI. — Weights 
and Measures, Gas and Electricity. Part III. — Adulteration of Food. Presented by 
Sir James Lougheed, January 26, 1917. . .Prin(tcZ for distribution and sessional papers. 

15, Report of the Minister of Agriculture for the Dominion of Canada, for the year ended 
March 31, 1916. Presented by Hon. Mr. Burrell, January 26, 1917. 

Printed for distribution and sessional jjupers. 

15o, Report of the Dairy and Cold Storage Commissioner for tlie fiscal year ending March 31, 
litis. (Dairying, Fruit, Extension of Markets and Cold Storage.) Presented by Hon. 

,Mr. Burrell, 1917 . .Not printed. 

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CONTENTS OF VOLUME 8— Concluded. 

15b, Report of the Veterinary Director General for the year ending March 31, 1916. Presented 
by Hon. Mr. Burrell, 1917 Printed for distnbution and sessional papers. 

15c. Report on "The Agrricultural Instruction Act," 1915-16, pursuant to Section 8, Chapter 
5 of 3-1 George V. Presented by Hon. Mr. Patenaude, January 31, 1917. 

Printed for distribution and sessional papers. 

CONTENTS OF VOLUME 9. 

(Tliis volume is bound in two parts.) 

16. Report of the Director and Officers of the Experimental Farms for the year ending 31st 

March, 1916. — Volumes I, II and III. Presented by Sir George Foster, August 13, 1917. 

Printed for distribiction and sessional papers. 

17. Criminal Statistics for the year ended September, 1915. (Appenddx to the Report of the 

Minister of Trade and Commerce for the year 1915.) Presented by Sir George Foster, 
1917 Printed for distribution and sessional papers. 

18. Return of By-elections for the House of Commons of Canada held during the year 1916. 

Presented by Hon. ;Mr. Speaker, 1917 N^ot printed. 

CONTENTS OF VOLUME 10. 

19. Report of the Minister of Public Works on the works under his control for the fiscal 

year ended March 31, 1916. Presented by Hon. Mr. Rogers, January 26, 1917. 

Printed for distribution and sessional papers. 

CONTENTS OF VOLUME 11. 

20. Annual Report of the Department of Railways and Canals, for the fiscal year from April 

1, 1915, to March 31, 1916. Presented by Hon. Mr. Cochrane, April 19, 1917. 

Printed for distribvtion and sessional papers. 

20a. Canal Statistics for the season of Xavigation, 1916. Presented by Hon. Mr. Reid, May 7, 
1917 Printed for distribution and sessional papers. 

20&. Railway Statistics of the Dominion of Canada, for the year ended SOtli June, 1916. Pre- 
sented .by Hon. Mr. Cochrane, April 21, 1917. 

Printed for distribution and sessional papers. 

CONTENTS OF VOLUME 12. 

20c. Eleventh Report of the Board of Railway Commissioners for Canada, for the year ending 
31st March, 1916. Presented by Hon. Mr. Cochrane, January 23, 1917. 

Printed for distribution and sessional papers. 

20d. Telephone Statistics of the Dominion of Canada, for the year ended June 30, 1916. Pre- 
sented by Hon. Mr. Cochrane, April 19, 1917. 

Printed for distribution and sessional papers. 

20<'. li^xpress Statistics of the Dominion of Canada, for the year ended June 30, 1916. Pre- 
sented by Hon Mr. Cochrane, April 25, 1917. 

Printed! for distribution and sessional papers. 

20/. Telegraph Statistics of the Dominion of Canada, for the year ended June 30, 1916. Pre- 
sented by Hon. Mr. Cochrane, April 19, 1917. 

Printed for distribution and sessional papers. 

20<7. Report of the Royal Commission appointed to consider the general problem of transporta- 
tion in Canada, comprising: — Report of Sir H. F. Drayton and Mr^^ W. M. Acworth ; 
Report of Mr. A. H. Smith ; and. Appendices A and B, being Report of Appraisal of 
Ct nadian Northern Railway System and Grand Trunk Pacific Railway, by Mr. Geo. 
F. Swain, C.E. Presented by Sir Thomas White, May 2, 1917. 

Printed for distribution and sessional papera. 
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CONTENTS OF VOLUME 13. 

21. Forty-ninth Annual Report of the Department of Marine and Fisheries, for the yeai 

19ir.-16 — Marine. Presented by Hon. Mr. Hazen, January 23, 1917. 

Printed far distribution and sessional papers. 

22. List of Shipping issued by the Department of Marine and Fisheries, being a list of vessels 

on the Registry Books of the Dominion of Canada, on the 31sit day of December, 1916. 
Presented by Hon. Mr. Hazen, September 4, 1917. 

Printed for disti-ihiition and sessional papers. 

23. Suijplement to the Forty-ninth Annual Report of the Department of Marine and Fisheries 

for the fiscal year 1915-16. (Marine) — Stv?amboat Inspection Report. Presented by 
Hon. Mr. Hazen, April 19, 1917 Printed for distribution and sessional papers- 

CONTENTS OF VOLUME 14. 

24. Report of the Postmaster General for the year ended 31st March, 1916. Presented by 

Hon. Mr. Blondin, February 1, 1^17.. .Printed for distribution and sessional papers. 

25. Annual Report of the Department of the Interior, for the fiscal year ending March 31, 

1916. Presented by Hon. Mr. Roche, January 22, 1917. 

Printed for distribution and scsSio7ial. papers. 

CONTENTS OF VOLUME 15. 

256. Annual Report of the Topographical Surveys Branch of the Department of Interior, 
1915-16. Presented by Hon. Mr. Roche, June 19, 1917. 

Printed for distribution and sessional papers. 

25c. Report of Hydrometric Surveys (Stream Measurements), for the calendar year 1915. 
Presented by Hon. Mr. Roche, April 19, 1917. 

Printed for distribution and sessional papers. 

CONTENTS OF VOLUME 16. 

25d. Fifteenth Report of the Geographic Board of Canada for year ended March 31, 1916. 
Presented, 1917 Not printedL 

25e. Report of the British Columbia Hydrometric Survey for the calendar year 1915 (Water 
Resources Paper No. 18 of the Dominion Water Power Branch, Department of the 
Interior). Presented by Hon. Mr. Roche, July 5, 1917. 

Printed for distribution and sessional papers. 

25/. Progress Report of the Manitoba Hydrometric Survey for the calendar year 1915 (Water 
Resources Paper jNo. 19 of the Dominion Water Power Branch, DepartTient of the 
Interior). Presented by Hon. Mr. Roche, July 7, 1917. 

Printed for distribution ano ! j.Tsional papeis. 

CONTENTS OF VOLUME 17. 

26. .Summary Report of the operations of the Geological Survey, Department of Mines, lor 
the calendar year, 1916. Presented by Hon. Mr. Meighen, August 28, 1917. 

Printed for distribution and sessional papers. 

26". Summary Report of the Mines Branch of the Department of Mines, for the calendar year 
ending 31st December, 1915. Presented by Hon. Mr. Patenaude, April 19, 1917. 

Printed for distribution and sessional papers. 
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CONTENTS OF VOLUME 18. 

27. Report of the Department of Indian Affairs for the year ended March 31, 1916. Pre- 

sented by Hon. Mr. Roche, January 22, 1917. 

Prhitfd for (listribution a7i(l sessional papers. 

28. Report of the Royal Northwest Mounted Police. 1P16. Presented by Sir Robert Borden, 

April 19, 1917 Printed for distribution and sessional papers. 

CONTENTS OF VOLUME 19. 

29. Report of the Secretary of State of Canada for the year ended March 31, 191G. Presente<l 

by Hon. Mr. Roche, August 18, 1917 Printed foY distribution and sessional papers. 

30. The Civil Service List of Canada for the year 1916. Presented 1917. 

Printed for distribution and sessional papers. 

31. Birhth Annual Report of the Civil Service Cornmission of Canada for the year ended 

August 31, 1916. Presented by Hon. Mr. Patenaude, April 19, 1917. 

Printed for distributio7i and sessional papers. 

32. Annual Report of the Department of Public Printing and Stationery for the fiscal year 

ended March 31, 1916. Presented by Sir Robert Borden, July 31, 1917. 

Printed for distribiction and sessional papers. 

33. Report of the Secretary of State for External Affairs for the year ended March 31, 1917. 

Presented 1917 Printed for distribution and sessio7ial papers. 

CONTENTS OF VOLUME 20. 

34. Report of the Minister of Justice as to the Penitentiaries of Can'ada for the fiscal year 

ending March 31, 1916. Presented 1917. . .Pn'nfed for distribution and sessional papers. 

35. Report of the Militia Council for the Dominion of Canada, for the fiscal year ending 

March 31, 1916. Presented by Sir A. E. Kemp, February 3, 1917. 

Printed for distribution atid sessional papers. 

36. Report of the Department of Labour for the fiscal year ending March 31, 19>6. Pre- 

sented by Hon. Mr. Crothers, January 22, 1917. 

Printed for distribution and sessio7ial papers. 

36". Ninth Report of the Registrar of Boards of Conciliation and Investigation of the pro- 
ceedings und«r "The Industrial Disputes Investigation Act, 1907," for the fiscal year 
ending March 31, 1916. Presented by Hon. Mr. Crothers, Januar>' 22, 1917. 

Printed for distribution and sessional papers. 

37. Twelfth Annual Report of the Commissioners of the Transcontinental Railway, for the 

year ended March 31, 1916. Presented by Hon. Mr. Cochrane, April 19, 1917. 

Printed for distribution and sessional papers. 

CONTENTS OF VOLUME 21. 

38. Report of the Department of the Naval Service, for the fiscal year endin:; Mai "h 31, 1916. 

Presented by Hon. Mr. Hazen, January 22, 1917. 

Printed for distribution and sessiotial papers. 

38«. Supplement to the Sixth Annual Report of the Department of Naval Service, Fisheries 
Branch, — Contributions to Canadian Biology, being studies from the biological stations 
of Canada, 1915-1916. Presented by Hon. Mr. Hazen, June 4, 1917. 

Printed for distribution and sessional papers. 

38c. Lobster Conservation in Canada, by A. P. Knight, M.A. 

Printed for distribution a7id sessional papers. 

39. Forty-ninth Annual Report of the Fisheries Branch of the Department of the Naval 

Service, 191-5-16. Presented by Hon, Mr. Hazen, January 22, -1917. 

Printed for distribution and sessional papers. 

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CONTENTS OF VOLUME 21— Continued. 

40. The Report of the Joint Librarians of Parliament. Presented by Hon. Mr. Speaker. 

January 19, 1917 Not printed. 

41. Copies of Orders in Council, as follows: — 

P.C. 1917, dated the 15th day of July, 1916, respecting the appointment of a 
Parliamentary Under Secretary of State for External Affairs during- the continuance 
of the war. 

P.C. 2576, dated the 21st day of October, 1916, respecting the appointment of Hugh 
Clark, M«mber of the House of Commons for the Electoral District of North Bruce, 
to the position of Parliamentary Under Secretary for Exernal Affairs, during the con- 
tinuance of the present war. 

P.C. 1720, dated the 15th day of July, 1916, respecting the appointment of a Par- 
liamentary Secretary of the Department of Militia and Defence, during the continu- 
ance of the present war. 

P.C. 1730, dated the 19th day of July, 1916, respecting the appointment of Fleming 
Blanchard McCurdy, Member of the House of Commons for the Electoral District of 
SheliSume and Queens, to the position of Parliamentary Secretary of the Department 
of Militia and Defence, during the continuance of the present war. 

P.C. 2651, dated the 28th day of October, 1916, respecting the establishment of a 
ministry in London charged with the administration of the overseas forces of Canada, 
and the direction and control of the expenditures abroad in connection therewith. 

P.C. 2656, dated the 31st day of October, 1916, respecting the appointment of 
Honourable Sir George Halsey Perley, to the position of Minister of Overseas Military 
Forces from Canada in the United Kingdom. Presented by Sir Robert Borden, January 
18 1917 Printed for sessio7i(il papers only. 

42. Papers relating to the Imperial War Conference, 1917. Presented by Sir Robert Borden, 

January 22, 1917 Printed for sessional papers only. 

42a. Copy of a Parliamentary Paper (Cd. 856'6), containing extracts from the Minutes of the 
Proceedings of the Imperial War Conference, 1917, and Papers laid before the Con- 
ference. Presented by Sir Robert Borden, June 15, 1917. 

Printed for distributioji and s''ssional papers. 

43. Copies of Orders in Council, as follows : — 

P.C. 64-15-25, dated the 29th June, 1916, authorizing the superannuation of Mr. 
Silas Blair Kent, a clerk in Sub-division " B " of the First Division, employed as 
chief fishing bounty officer of the Naval Service Department. 

P.C. 3192, dated 30th December, 1916, Regulations governing the payment of 
Separation Allowance in the Royal Canadian Navy and Royal Naval Canadian Volun- 
teer Reserve. 

P.C. 3108, dated 19th September, 1916, Regulations governing payment of " Com- 
mand Money " to officers on " Special Service," etc., in the Royal Canadian Navy. 

P.C. 2942, dated 29th November, 1916, Regulations governing payment of "Hard- 
lying Money " in the Royal Canadian Navy. 

P.C. 2442, dated 11th October, 1916, Amendment to Order in Council P.C. 1334, 
dated 3rd June, 1916, establishing Rates of Pensions for the Military and Naval Forces 
of Canada. 

P.C. 2130, dated 9th September, 1915, Regulations for enrolment of men in the 
Royal Canadian Volunteer Reserve for service in the Royal Navy. 

P.C. 1939, dated 18th August, 191-6, Order made under War Measures Act, 1914, 
to reduce risk of persons of enemy nationality landing in Canada under guise of 
neutrals. Presented by Hon. Mr. Hazen, January 22, 1917 Not printed. 

43«. Copy of extract from Order in Council No. P.C. 942, dated 5th April, 1917, with reference 
to Regulations governing the Payment of Separation Allowance in the Royal Canadian 
Navy. Presented by Hon. Mr. Hazen, June 11, 1917 Not printed. 

43<>. "^'opy of extract from Order in Council No. P.C. 1397, dated 21st May, 1917: Rules and 
Regulations to apply to persons who are employed in or who are in or in the vicinity 
of any store, wharf, etc., in or upon which any ammunition, etc., is handled. Pro- 

aented by Hon. Mr. Hazen, June 14, 1917 Not printed. 

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CONTENTS OF VOLUME 21— Continued. 

4:3c. Copy of Extract from Order in Council No. P.C. 1576, dated 11th June, 1917: Regulations 
instituting the rank of Chief Skipper and Skipper in the Royal Canadian Navy. Pre- 
sented by Hon. Mr. Hazen, June 2'0, 1917 Not printed. 

43rf. Copy of Order in Council, P.C. 69/1774, dated 2Sth June, 1917, containing Regulations 
for the Payment of Specialist Allowance to R.N.C.V.R. and R.N.CV.R. Overseas 
Division. Presented by Hon. Mr. Hazen, July 9, 1917 Not printed. 

43e. Copy Extract from Order in Council, P.C. No. 1783, dated 29th June, 1917: — Rules and 
Regulations governing the issue of Pay, Allowances and Pensions, Department of the 
Naval Service — Copy Extract from Order in Council, P.C. No. 1S71, dated 6th July, 1917 ; 
— Amendment to the Regulations for the payment of Separation Allowance to the 
dependents of those on Active Service under the Naval Service Department. Presented 
by Sir James Lougheed, July 12, 1917. (Senate) Not printed. 

43.^ Extract from Order in Council, P.C. 1993 of the ITth July, 1917: Scale of Subsistence 
Allowances to Officers and men of the Naval Service when travelling on duty. — And 
also, — Extract from "Order in Council, P.C. 1994 of the 17th July, 1917: Scale of 
Allowances in lieu of lodging, provisions, fuel and light, for Officers and men of the 
Naval Service. Presented by Hon. Mr. Hazen, August 6, 1917 Not printed. 

43<7. Extract from Order in Council, P.C. 2105, dated 9th August, 1917: Amendments to regu- 
lations for the issue of pay, allowances and pensions to officers, warrant officers and 
■men invalided, etc., from the Naval Service. Presented by Hon. Mr. Hazen, August 
27, 1917 ^ot printed. 

43/i. Extract from Order in Council ("Defence of Canada Order"), P.C. No. 2277, dated the 
17th August, 1917 : — Amendments respecting iNaval Service. The Senate. .Not printed. 

43i. ETxtract from Order in Council, No. P.C. 2433, dated 1st September, 1917: — Regulations 
re Pay and Allowances to Officers and Men after discharge from the Canadian Naval 
Service. The Senate Not printed. 

44. Correspondence relating to the withdrawal of the Ross Rifle from the Canadian Army 

Corps. Presented by Sir Robert Borden, January 22, 1917. 

Printed for sessio7ial papers only. 

45. Report of the War Purchasing Commission, covering period from its appointment on May 

8, 1915, to December 31, 1916. Presented by Hon. Mr. Kemp, January 23, 1917. 

Not printed. 

46. Copies of Orders in Council respecting the establishment of a National Service Board of 

Canada, and appointments thereto, under the provisions of the War Measures Act. 
1914. Presented by Sir Robert Borden, January 23, 1917. 

Printed for sessiojial papers only. 

47. Copy of Agreement between His Majesty the King and The Acadia Coal Company, Ltd., 

concerning the lease of the Vale Railway. Presented by Hon. Mr. Coclirfme, January 
23 1917 Not printed. 

48. Copy of Agreement between His Majesty the King and The Quebec and Saguenay Rail- 

way Co., The Quebec Railway Light, and Power Co. The Lotbinigre and Megantic 
Railway Co., and The Quebec Railway Light Heat and Power Co., respecting the 
acquisition by the Government of the said railways. Presented by Hon. Mr. Cochrane, 
January 23. 1917 Not printed. 

48tt. Return to an Order of the House, of the 23rd April, 1917, for a copy of all proceedings 
in the Exchequer Court of Canada, and judgment of Mr. Justice Cassels concerning the 
reference of the Quebec and Saguenay Railway, the Quebec and Montmorency Railway 
and the Lotbiniere and Megantic P^ailway. Presented June 21, 1917. Mr. Lemieux. 

Not printed. 

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CONTENTS OF VOLUME 21— Continued. 

486. Return to an Order of the House, of the 14th May, 1917, for a copy of the judgme-nt 
delivered by Mr. Justice Cassels on the 24th day of January, 1917, in the matter of 
fixing the price to be paid by the Government for the Quebec, Montmorency and 
Charlevoix Railway, tbe Quebec and Sagiienay Railway, and the Lotbiniere and 
Megantic Railway, under the statute of last session. Chapter 22, 6-7 George V. Pre- 
sented June 27, 1917. Mr. Graham Not printed. 

49. Statement of Governor General's Warrants issued since the last Session of Parliament 

on account of 1916-17. Presented by Sir Thomas ■\^^^ite, January 25, 1917. 

Not printed. 

49a. Statement of Governor General's Warrants issued since the adjournment of Parliament 

on February 7. 1917. Presented by Sir Thomas White, April 24, 1917.. A'ot Printed. 

50. Copy of Amendments to the Radiotelegraph Regulations since the 1st August, 1914. 

Presented by Hon. Mr. Hazen, January 25, 1917 Not printed. 

50a. Copy of Amendment to subsection (d) of section 104 of the Radiotelegraph Regulations ; 
Operation of ship stations within a Canaxiian harbour. Presented by Hon. Mr. Hazen, 
January 29, 1917 Not printed. 

50b. Copy of Amendment to Radiotelegraph Regulatione issued by the Minister of the Naval 
.Service, under Section 11, Chapter 43, of the Radiotelegraph Act, 3-4 George V. Pre- 
sented by Hon. Mr. Hazen, April 19, 1917 Not printed. 

51. Statement of Expenditure on account of "Miscellaneous Unforeseen Expenses," from the 

1st April, 1916, to the ISth January, 1917, in accordance with the Appropriation Act of 
1916. Presented by Sir Thomas White, January 25, 1917 Not printed. 

52. Statement of Temporary Loans issued since April 1, 1916, to 18th January, 1917. Pre- 

sented by Sir Thomas White, January 25, 1917 Not printed. 

53. Report and Statement of Receipts and Expenditures of the Ottawa Improvement Com- 

mission to March 31, 1916. Presented by Sir Thomas White, January 25, 1917. 

Not printed. 

54. Statement of the Receipts and Expenditures of the Royal Society of Canada, for the year 

ended April 30, 1916. Presented by Sir Thomas White, January,25, 1917. ..iVot printed. 

55. Statement of Receipts and Expenditures of the National Battlefields Commission to 31st 

March, 1916. Presented by Sir Thomas White, January 25, 1917.. ..Not printed. 

56. Statement of Superannuation and Retiring Allowances in the Civil Service during the 

year ending 31st December, 1916, showing name, rank, salary, service allowance and 
cause of retirement of each person superannuated or retired, also whether vacancy 
has been filled by promotion, or by appointment, and the salary of any new appointee. 
Presented by Sir Thomas White, January 25, 1917 Not printed. 

57. Statement in pursuance of Section 17 of the Civil Service Insurance Act, for the year 

ending March 31, 1916. Presented by Sir Thomas White, January 25, 1917. 

Not printed. 

58. Regulations under " The Destructive Insect and Pest Act," pursuant to Section 9, 

Chapter 31 of 9-10 Edward VII. Presented by Hon. Mr. Burrell, January 26, 1917. 

Not printed. 

59. Account of the average number of men employed on the Dominion Police Force during 

each month of the year 1916, and of their pay and travelling expenses, pursuant to 
Chapter 92, Section 6, Subsection 2, of the Revised Statutes of Canada. Presented by 
Hon. Mr. Doherty, January 26, 1917 Not printed. 

60. Copy of the evidence taken before the Hon. Sir Charles Davidson, Kt., Comniissioner 

appointed to inquire into tbe purchase by and on behalf of the Government of the 
Dominion of Canada, of Arms, Munitions, Implements, Materials, Horses, Supplies, antl 
other things for the purpose of the present war, and as to th« expenditures and pay- 
ments made or agreed to be made t/herefor ; together with the Report of the said Com 
missioner concerning the sale of STnall Arms Ammunition ; purchase of Submarines, and 
Military Cloth (Auburn Woollen Mills Co.). Presented by Hon. Mr. Mcighen, Janu- 
ary 30, 1917 Not printed. 

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61. Report submitted by the otlicer in charge of the Canadian Records Office, London, Eng., to 

The Right Honourable Sir Robert Borden, G.C.M.G., M.P., Prime Minister of Canada, 
on the work of the Canadian War Records Office since the date of its foundation to 
the 11th January, 1917. Presented by Sir Robert Borden, January 31, 1917. 

Not printed. 

62. Annual Return respecting Trade Unions under Chapter 123, R.S.C., 1606. Presented by 

Hon. Mr. Patenaude, January 31. 1917 Not printed. 

63. A detailed statement of all bonds or securities registered in the Department of the 

Secretary of State of Canada, since last return (22ndi January, 1916) submitted to tlie 
Parliament of Canada under Section 32 of Chapter 19, of the Revised Statutes of 
Canada, 1906. Presented by Hon. Mr. Blondin, January 31, 1917 Not printed. 

64. Return of Orders in Council which have been published in the Canada Gazette, between 

the 1st January, 1916, and the 31st December, 1916, in accordance with the provisions 
of Section 5 of "The Dominion Lands Survey Act," Chapter 21, 7-S Edward VII. Pre- 
sented by Hon. Mr. Roche, February 1, 1917 Not printed. 

65. Return of Orders in Council which have been published in the Canada Gazette, between 

1st January, 1916, and the 31st December, 1916, in accordance with the provisions of 
"The Forest Reserves and Park Act," Section 19, of Chapter 10, 1-2 George V. Pre- 
sented by Hon. Mr. Roche, February 1, 1917 Not printed. 

66. Return of Orders in Council which have been published in the Canada Gazette, between 

the 1st January, 1916, and the 31st December, 1916, in accordance with the provisions 
of Chapter 47, 2 George V, entitled " The Railway Belt Water Act." Presented by 
Hon. Mr. Roche, February 1, 1917 Not printed- 

67. Return of Orders in Council which have been published in the Canada Gazette and in the 

British Columbia Gazette, between 1st January, 1916', and the 31st December, 1916, 
in accordance with provisions of Subsection (d) of Section 38 of the regulations for 
the survey, administration, disposal and management of Dominion Lands within the 
40-mile Railway Belt in the Province of British Columbia. Presented by Hon. Mr. 
Roche, February 1, 1917 Not printed. 

68. Return showing all lands sold by the Canadian Pacific Railway Company during the year, 

from the 1st October, 1915, to 30th September, 1916, together with the names of the 
purchasers, in accordance with the Statutes of Canada, 1S86, Chapter 9, Section 8. 
Presented by Hon. Mr. Roche, Febi-uary 1, 1917 Not printed 

69. Return of Orders in Council which have been published in the Canada Gazette, between 

1st January, 1916, and the 31st December, 1916, in accordance with the provisions of 
Section 77 of "The Dominion Lands Act," Chapter 20, 7-S Edward VII. Presented by 
Hon. Mr. Roche, February 1, 1917 Not printed. 

70. Certified copies of Reports of the Committee of the Privy Council, approved by His 

Excellency the Governor General on the 29th November, 1916, giving authority for the 
cancellation on and from the 1st January, 1917, of the agreements between the Govern- 
ment of Canada and the Governments of Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta, respec- 
tively, respecting the services of the Royal North West Mounted Police in those 
provinces. Presented by Sir Robert Borden, February 1, 1917. 

Printed for sessi07ial papers only. 

70a. Return to an Address to His Excellency the Governor General, of the 31st January, 1917, 
for a copy of all documents, letters, messages, correspondence, etc., respecting the 
termination of the agreements between the Government of Canada and the Govern- 
ments of the Provinces of Saskatchewan and Alberta in reference to the Royal North 
West Mounted Police. Presented June 1, 1917. Mr. McCraney Not printed. 

71. Return to an Order of the House, of the 20th March, 1916, for a copy of all telegrams, 

letters and correspondence concerning the appointment of Mr. Alfred Gravel, Harbour 
Commissioner of Quebec, and concerning all other candidates for the position of 
Commissioner on the Harbour Board of Quebec, to represent the South Shore. Pre- 
sented February 2, 1817. Mr. Bourassa Not printed. 

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72. Return to an Address to His Royal Highness the Governor General, of the 2nd February, 

1914, for a copy of all Orders in Council, correspondence, petitions, telegrams and other 
papers or documents bearing date between the years 18S5 and 1914 in any way relating 
to the prohibition of the export of Sockeye Salmon from the Province of British 
Columbia. Presented February 2, 1917. — Mr. Sinclair Not pri7ited. 

73. Seventh Annual Report of the Commission of Conservation for the fiscal year ending 

March 31, 1916. Presented by Hon. Mr. Hazen, February 5, 1917 Not printed. 

74. Copy of correspondence between Sir Robert Borden and Sir Wilfrid Laurier respecting 

proposals for the extension of the term of Parliament, November 3, 1915, to January 
3, 1917. Presented by Sir Robert Borden, May 23, 1917. 

Printed for sessional papers only. 

75. Detailed Statement of Customs Duties and the Refund thereof, under Section 92, Consoli- 

dated Revenue Act, for the year ended March 31, 1916. (Senate) Not printed. 

75a. Detailed Statement of all Remissions and Refunds of the Tolls or duties for the fiscal year 
ending March 31. 1916. — Also. — Supplementary statement of the Remissions and 
Refunds of Tolls and Duties from the Department of Marine and Fisheries. Pre- 
sented by Hon. Mr. Patenaude, April 19, 1917 Not printed. 

76. Ordinances of the Yukon Territory, passed by the Yukon Council in 1916. (Senate). 

Not printed. 

76a. Return of Orders in Council passed under the provisions of Section IS, of Chapter 63. 
Revised Statutes of Canada. "An Act to provide for the Government of the Yukon 
Territory." Presented by Hon. Mr. Patenaude, April 19, 1917 Not printed. 

76b Return of Orders in Council passed in the year 1917, under the provisions of Section' 
18, of Chapter 63, Revi.sed Statutes of Canada, "An Act to provide for the Govern- 
ment of the Yukon Territory." Presented by Hon. Mr. Sevigny, July 5, 1917. 

Not printed- 

77. Copy of extract from Order in Council No. P.C. 43/263, dated 27th January, 1917. 

authorizing Regulations governing the payment of Allowance for the Accountant 
Officers in the Royal Canadian Navy of Receiving Ships and Depot Ships, in accordance 
with the provisions of Secton 47, Chapter 43, 9-10 Edward VII. Presented by Hon. 
Mr. Hazen, February 6. 1917 Not printed. 

78. Return to an Order of the House of the 31st January. 1917. for a copy of all corre- 

spondence respecting the appointment of a Commission to investigate the financial and 
economic condition of Canadian railways, showing the names of the Commissioners, 
the rate of their remuneration, along with the names of the secretaries and engineers 
appointed by them, or by the Commission, and the rate of their remuneration. Pre- 
sented February 6. 1917. — Sir Wilfrid Laurier Not printed. 

79. Return to an Order of the House of the 31st January, 1917, for a copy of all pa,pers, 

letters, telegrams and other documents relative to the removal of Mr. H. D. McKenzie 
as mechanical foreman at Stellarton on the Canadian Government Railways, and the 
appointment of his successor. Presented February 6. 1917. — Mr. Macdonald. 

Not printed. 

80. Return to an Order of the House of the 31st January. 1917. for a return showing the 

quantity of freight carried over the Grand Trunk Pacific Railway between L^vis and 
Moncton since that portion of said railway has been operated by the Canadian Govern- 
ment Railways System. Presented February 6, 1917.— Mr. Copp Not printed. 

81. Return to an Order of the House of the 12th April, 1916, for a Return showing:— 1. How 

many clerks there are in the Interior Department who belong to and are paid from the 
outside service vote and who work in the inside service? 2. The names of said clerks? 
3. Salary paid to each? 4. How long each has been in the service of the Department? 
5. If all or any of these clerks have passed any examination. If so, what exiimination 
and en what date or dates? Presented February 6, 1917.— Mr. Turriff. . . .Not printed. 

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82. Return to an Order of the House of the 15th March, 1916, for a copy of all correapondence 

between the Governme. t and the Provinces, regarding increased co-operation in the 
promotion of immigration and land settlement, commencing with a letter of the 
Minister of the Interior to the Provincial Prime Ministers, in November, 1911. Pre- 
sented February 6, 1917. — Sir M'ilfrid Laurier Not printrd. 

83. Return to an Order of the House of the 27th March, 1916, for a Return showing: — 1. Tho 

names and salaries of the persons employed in the Immigration Service in the City 
of, Montreal ; their respective salaries when appointed and what they receive at the 
present time? 2. Which of such employees are given travelling or other expenses, and 
how much has been been paid to each on that account since their respective appoint- 
ments. Presented February 6, 1917. — Mr. Lachance Not printed. 

84. Return to an Order of the House of the 31st January, 1917, for a return showing the 

quantities of timber cut, and the sum paid therefor, to date, under the lease or sale 
of timber made by the Indian Department to Mr. Arthur Webber from lands situated 
near Ship Harbour Lake, Halifax County, together with the name or names of all 
surveyors of the timber cut from the said Indian lands under the above-mentioned sale 
or lease, and copies of all reports made in connection therewith by said surveyors. 
Presented February 6, 1917. — Mr. McLean (Halifax) Not printed. 

85. A copy of the Special Report made by the Royal Commission on Indian Affairs on the 

Kitsilano Indian Reserve, together with the Order in Council passed on the 2cSth 
March, 1916, and all other papers and correspondence relating to the Report. (Senate). 

Not printed. 

86. Return to an Address to His Excellency the Governor General, of the 31st January, 1917, 

for a copy of all correspondence exchanged between the Dominion Government and 
the Provincial Governments inviting them to a conference lon the subject of making 
provisions for returned soldiers, including a copy of the proceedings of the conference 
which took place on the 10th of January at Ottawa on the same subject. Presented 
February 7, 1917. — Sir Wilfrid Laurier . T" Printed for sessio7ial papers only. 

87. Return to an Order of the House, of the 31st January, 1917, for a copy of all correspon- 

dence between any Member of the Government and Sir Thomas Tait referring to his 
appointment to, and resignation from, the National Service Board. Presented February 
7, 1917. — Mr. Graham Pi'inted for sessional papers only. 

87«. Return to an Order of the House of the 31st January, 1917, for a copy of all corre- 
spondence between Mr. Murray, Secretary of the Manufacturers' Association, and any 
Member of the Government, or Sir Thomas Tait, as head of the National Service 
Board, concerning his suggested appointment as Secretary of the National Service 
Board. Presented June 1, 1917. — Mr. Graham Not printed. 

88. Correspondence between the Prime Minister and the Leader of the Opposition concerning 

the formation of a Parliamentary National Service Commission. Presented by Sir 
Robert Borden, February 7, 1917 Printed for sessional papers only. 

89. Return to an Order of the House, of the 5th February, 1917, for a copy of all petitions, 

letters, telegrams, reports and other documents relative to the closing of the Canard 
and Splitlog Post Office and the opening of Loiselleville Post Office, in the County of 
Essex, together with a copy of all petitions and documents relative to the establish- 
ment of rural mall routes from the Loiselleville Post Office. Presented February 7, 
1917. — Mr. Wilcox Not printed. 

90. Report on the Canadian Army Medical Service, by Colonel Herbert A. Bruce, Special 

Inspector General, Medical Services, Canadian Expeditionary Force, dated at London, 
England, 20th September, 1916. Presented by Sir Robert Borden, February 7, 1917. 

Not printed. 

90rt. Report on the Canadian Army Medical Service, by a Board of Officers, presided over by 
Surgeon-General Sir William Babtie, K.C.M.G., C.B., V.C, dated at London, England, 
December 22, 1916. Presented by Sir Robert Borden, February 7, 1917. .Not printed. 

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906. Copy of Interim Report of the Surgeon-General G. C. Jones, Director Medical Services. 
Canadians, in reply to the Report on the Canadian Army Medical Service by Colonel 
Herbert A. Bruce, Special Inspector-General, Medical Services, Canadian Expedition- 
ary Force, dated London, September 28, 1916. Presented by Sir Edward Kemp, May 31, 
1917 Kot printed. 

91. Return to an Order of the House, of the 7th February, 1917, for a copy of all letters, 

telegrams, papers and other documents relative to the closing of the Marine Agency at 
Pictou last autumn, and as to the re-opening of said agency. Presented April 19, 1917. 
— Mr. Macdonald Not printed- 

92. Return to an Order of the House of the 5th February, 1917, for a Return showing: — 1. Tlie 

number of horses that have been bought in Canada for war purposes in each of the 
years 1914, 1915 and 1916, resepctively, (a) for the Canadian Army; (b) for Britain; 
and (c) for France and our other Allies. 2. The amount paid for the horses in each 
of the years for the different countries mentioned. Presented April 19, 1917. — Mr. 
Edwards Not printed. 

93. Return to an Order of the House of the 31st January, 1917, for a Return showing: — 1. The 

names, home addresses and former occupations of all censors, decoders or other 
employees of the Government in the different cable stations in Nova Scotia during the 
calendar year 1916. 2. The name of the person who recommended each of the said 
censors, decoders or employees. 3. What salary was paid to each of said persons 
for the calendar year 1916. Presented April 19, 1917. — Mr. Sinclair.. ..Not printed- 

94. Copies of General Orders promulgated to the Militia for the period between December 

30, 1915, and February 8, 1917. Presented by Sir Edward Kem; , April 19, 1917. 

Not printed. 

95. Return to an Order of the House of the 11th March, 1915, for a copy of all charges, 

correspondence, letters, telegrams and other documents relative to the dismissal of 
Frank Dunlop, of Graves Point, at Sydney Mines, in the riding of North-Cape Breton 
and Victoria, N.S., and the expenses of such investigation in detail. Presented April 
19, 1917. — Mr. McKenzie Not printed. 

96. Return to an Order of the House of the Zrd April, 1916, for a Return showing: — 1. The 

names of the staff in the office of the High Commissioner for Canada in London? 2. 
Whether any of these officials are natives of Canada. If so which ones? 3. Whether 
it is true, as alleged, that Canada is the only British Dominion which employs none of 
its natives in its High Commissioner's Office. Presented April 19, 1917. — Mr. Proxilx. 

Not printed. 

97. Return to an Address to His Royal Highness the Governor General, of the 22nd February, 

1915. for a copy of all Orders in Council, memoranda, correspondence or other docu- 
ments in the possession of the Government, or any Department thereof, relating to the 
trade in dried fish and wines between Portugal and Canada. Presented April 19, 1917. — 
Mr. Sinclair Not printed. 

98. Return to an Order of the House of the 31st January, 1917, for a tabulated statement 

showing the number of divorces granted by the Parliament of Canada since 1867. Pre- 
sented April 19, 1917. — Mr. Lemieux Not printed. 

99. Return to an Order of the House of the 3rd February, 1916, for a copy of all letters, 

telegrams and other documents, including tenders, relating to the mail contract from 
Tatamagouche to New Annan and Tatamagouche Mountain, in the County of Colchester. 
Presented April 19, 1917. — Mr. Macdonald Not printed. 

100. Copy of new Rule in substitution of Rule 236 of the General Rules and Orders now in 

force re;g-ulating the practice and procedure in the Exchequer Court of Canada, made 
on the 16th day of February, 1917. Presented by Hon. Mr. Patenaude, April 19, 1917. 

A7o< nrintcd. 

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lOOfl. Copy of Rule 20'0 of the General Rules and Ordters now in force regulating the practice 
and procedure in the Exchequer Court of Canada ; also, Copy of General Order 
respecting fees and costs in the Exchequer Court in the exercise of its jurisdicton as a 
Court of Admiralty. Presented by Hon. Mr. Patenaude, May 3, 1917.. . . .JV^ot printed. 

101. Return to an Order of the House of the 5th February, 1917, for a return showing a list 

of all persons employed during the year 1916 in the round-house of the Canadian Gov- 
ernment Railways at Pirate Harbour, N.S., as brakemen, telegraphers, cleaners and 
labourers, showing the dates of their appointments and length of time employed respect- 
ively, and also the monthly rate of wages paid to each of said employees. Presented 
April 19, 1917. — Mr. Sinclair Xot printed. 

102. Return to an Order of the House of the 31sit January, 1917, for a copy of all letters, 

papers, telegrams and other documents relative to the application for, and the granting 
of, a Conciliation Board to the employees of the Acadia Coal Company in the spring of 
1916, the proceedings of said Board, and all other papers in relation to the same. 
Presented April 19, 1917. — Mr. Macdonahl Not printed. 

103. Return to an Order of the House of the 31st January, 1917, for a copy of all correspon- 

dence, telegrams and documents of all kinds exchanged between any person or persons 
and the Department of Labour or any other Department of the Government relating to 
the labour trouble at Thetford Mines, P.Q., and also copies of all correspondence 
exchanged between the different Departments of the Government respecting the same 
question. Presented April 19, 1917. — Mr. Verville Not printed. 

104. Return to an Order of the House of the 31st January, 1917; for a copy of all letters, 

papers, telegrams and other documents relative to the application for, and the refusal 
to grant a Conciliation Board as petitioned for under the Industrial Disputes Investiga- 
tion Act by the employees of the Canadian Government Railway at Pictou, who were 
members of the Longshoremen's Union at Pictou during the year 1916. Presented April 

19, 1917. — Mr. Macdonahl Not printed. 

105. Return to an Order of the House of the 7th February, 1917, for a copy of the contract 

between the Government and the P. Lj«all & Sons Construction Company for the recon- 
struction of the Parliament Building. Presented April 20, 1917. — Mr. Murphy. 

Printed for Sessional Papers only. 

106. Copy of Order in Council P.C. 1062, dated 16th April, 1917, ordering that wheat, wheat 

flour and semolina be transferred to the list of goods which may be imported into Can- 
ada free of duty of customs. Presented by Sir Thomas White, April 20, 1917. 

Printed for Sessional Papers only. 

107. Return to an Order of the House of the 19th April, 1917, for a return showing: — 1. 

Whether the Government is aware as to whether there are cases in the Military Service 
in which men after enlistment have been given leave on harvesting furlough, and during 
such leave have been injured by accident, and who have in consequence of such accident 
incurred hospital bills, and who having been treated in hospital have returned to military 
duty and been discharged on account of injuries so received. 2. If so, whether claims 
have been made for hospital care and treatment. 3. If such claims have been recognized 
by the Government. 4. If not, why not. 5. If so, what action has been taken in con- 
nection therewith. 6. Whether in such cases the enlisted person is not entitled to pay 
up to time of discharge, and also the payment of his hospital account. Presented April 

20, 1917. — Mr. MacNutt Not printed. 

108. Copy of a communication from the Deputy Minister of Militia and Defence, relative to the 

total value of the Oliver equipment, so-called, supplied the Canadian soldiers who have 
crossed to England since the commencement of the present war. Presented by Sir 
Edward Kemp, April 20, 1917 Not printed. 

109. Return to iin Order of the House of the 19th April, 1917, for a return showing: — 1. The 

names of the Members of Parliament who now belong, or who did belong to the Overseas 

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Forces or the Militia Forces of Canada since the present war was declared. 2. Whether 
these Members or any of them were, or are in receipt of pay from the Miiitia Depart- 
ment and in receipt of their indemnity as Members at the same time. 3. WTiether the 
wives of these Members, or any of them were, or are in receipt of separation allowance. 
Presented April 20, 1917. — Mr. Hughes (Kings, P.E.I.) Not printed. 

109a- Supplementary return to an Order of the House of the 19th April, 1917, for a return show- 
ing : — 1. The names of the Members of Parliament who now belong, or who did belong 
to the Overseas Forces or the Militia Forces of Canada since the present war was 
declared. 2". Whether these Members, or any of them were, or are in receipt of pay from 
the Militia Department and in receipt of their indemnity as Members at the same time. 
3. Whether the wives of these Members, or any of them were, or are in receipt of separa- 
tion allowance. Presented April 24, 1917. — Mr. Hughes (Kings, P.E.I.) . . . .Not printed. 

109&- Return to an Order of the House of the 2.5th April, 1917, for a return showing: — 1. How 
many Members of the House of Commons are serving or have served in the Canadian 
Army. 2. The names of each of said Members, the date of appointment, and rank. 3. 
The names of those Members who have resigned or have withdrawn from military 
service and the date of withdrawal or resignation. 4. How much has been paid to each 
for military salary, expenses and separation allowance to wife or relatives, respectively. 
Presented May 31, 1917. — Mr. Turriff Not printed. 

109c. Corrected copy of a return to an Order of the House of the 25th April, 1917, for a return 
showing: — 1. How many Members of the House of Commons are serving or have served 
in the Canadian Army. 2. The names of each of said Members, the date of appointment, 
and rank. 3. The names of those Members who have resigned or have withdrawn from 
military service and the date of withdrawal or resignation. 4. How much has been paid 
to each for military service, expenses and separation allowance to wife or relatives, 
respectively. Presented June 14, 1917. — Mr. Turriff Not printed. 

110. Return to an Order of the House of the 19th April, 1917, for a return showing: — 1. What 

amounts have been given to the Canadian Patriotic Fund to December 31, 1916, and 
what amounts have been promised for 1917, by the different counties, towns and cities 
in each of the different provinces. 2. The names of the different counties, towns and 
cities, and. the respective amounts subscribed and promised by each. 3. What counties, 
cities and towns in each province, if any, have not contributed any amount to the said 
fund up to the present time. Presented April 24, 1917. — Mr. Edwards.. ..Not printed. 

110a. Return to an Order of the House of the 19th April, 1917, for a return showing: — 1. How 
much money has been subscribed and voted to the Canadian Patriotic Fund by each of 
the different provinces to December 31, 1916. 2. How much money has been paid to the 
Canadian Patriotic Fuiid by each of the different provinces during the same time. 3. 
How much money has been promised by county, townshii), city or other grants by each 
province for the year 1917. 4. How many persons in each province have received assist- 
ance from the Canadian Patriotic Fund to December 31, 1916. 5. The total amount so 
expended in each province. Presented April 24, 1917. — Mr. Edwards.. ..Not printed. 

111. Copy of Order in Council P.C. 802, dated 23rd March, 1917, in respect to taking over of the 

Ross Rifle Factory by the Government of Canada. Presented by Sir Edward Kemp, 
April 24, 1917 Not printed. 

112. Return to an Order of the House of the 31st January, 1917, for a copy of all documenLs, 

letters, telegrams and other correspondence in the Department of the Interior, relating 
to grazing leases numbers 278.5, 2803, 2843, 3701, 3998, 4603, 5566, 6220 and 6221. Pre- 
sented April 25, 1917. — Mr. Steele j^ot printed. 

113. -Moinoianc'um from the Superintendent of Immigration respecting the advertising by the 

Canadian Government in United States newspapers for farm hands to work in Canada ; 
together with a copy of the advertisements and instructions concerning the same. Pre- 
sented by Hon. Mr. Roche, April 25, 1917 Not printed. 

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114. Copies of Orders in Council: — 

P.C. 341, dated the 7th day of February, 1917, respecting the exportation of news- 
print paper in sheets or rolls by license only under regulations by the Minister of 
Customs. 

P.C. 445, dated the 17th day of February, 1917, containing orders and regulations 
respecting the price, sale, control, distribution, transport, etc., of newsprint paper in 
sheets or rolls. 

P.C. 1059, dated the 16th day of April, 1917, empowering the Minister of Customs 
to fix the quantity and price of newsprint paper furnished or to be furnished to the pub- 
lishers in Canada by the manufacturers ; and controlling the distribution and delivery 
of the same. 

P.C. 1060, dated the 16th day of April, appointing R. A. Pringle a commissioner 
to conduct an inquiry into and concerning the manufacture, sale, prhce and supply of 
newsprint paper within the Dominion of Canada. Presented by Sir Thomas White, April 
26,1917 Not printed. 

115. P.C. 3412, dated the 19th day of December, 1917, concerning the appointment of Mr. S. A. 

Armstrong as Director of the Military Hospitals Commission. Presented by Sir Thomas 
White, April 26, 1917 Not ■printed. 

116. Return to an Order of the House of the 3rd February, 1917, for a return showing the 

names and post office addresses of all purchasers of fish scrap from the reduction works 
at Canso in 1916, showing the price paid by each of said purchasers. Presented April 
26, 1917. — Mr. Sinclair Not printed. 

117. Return to an address to His Excellency the Governor General of the 23rd April, 1917, for 

a copy of the Order in Council increasing the toll rates on Victoria bridge, Montreal, and 
also a copy of all petitions, telegrams, letters and other documents referring to said 
increase. Presented April 30, 1917. — Mr. Lemieux Not printed. 

118. Return to an Order of the House of the 23rd April, 1917, for a copy of all letters, tele- 

grams, petitions and all other papers concerning the substitution of the name of Luce- 
ville given to the Intercolonial Railway Station of Ste. Luce, County of Rimouski, 
Quebec. Presented April 30, 1917. — Mr. Lemieux Not printed. 

119. Return to an Order of the House of the 31st January, 1917, for a copy of all vouchers, 

correspondence, etc., in connection with the repairs to Beaver Harbour Wharf, Halifax 
County, within the last four years. Presented April 30, 1917. — Mr. McLean (Halifax). 

Not printed. 

120- Return to an Order of the House of the 31st January, 1917, for a copy of all correspon- 
dence, vouchers, etc., in connection with the repairs to Harrigan Cove Wharf, Halifax 
County, in" 1914-15, under the foremanship of James McDonald. Presented April 30, 
1917. — Mr. McLean {Halifax) Not printed. 

121. Supplementary return to an Order of the House of the 16th February, 1916, for a return 

showing : — 1. The amounts expended in Railway Subsidies in Canada during the years 
1912, 1913, 1914 and 1915. 2. The amounts by provinces, and the names of the lines to 
which granted. 3. Amounts expended on the construction of Government-owned rail- 
ways in Canada during the above years. 4. The amount expended in each province, and 
the name of the line of railway on which such expenditure was made. 5. Amounts ex- 
pended on harbour and river improvements in Canada during the above years. 6. The 
amounts by provinces and the particular places where expended. 7. Amounts expended 
on the building of public wharves, public breakwaters, and public dredging in North 
Cape Breton and Victoria during the years 1905 to 1911, inclusive, including the expend- 
iture on Government railways. 8. Amounts expended for like purposes in the said 
county, during the years 1912, 1913, 1914 and 1915. Presented April 30, 1917. — Mr. 
McKenzie Not printed. 

122. Returtt to an Order of the House of the 19th April, 1916, for a copy of all letters, petitions, 

correspondence and telegrams exchanged between the Government, its district engineer, 

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and all other persons, concerning: either the construction or repairing or purchase of the 
wharves at the following places : He Perrot Sud, the Church in the Village of He Perrot, 
the Village of Vaudreuil, Pointe Cavagnal, Hudson, Rigaud, Graham, Points Fortune, 
and He Perrot Nord. Also, a copy of all specifications and reports already brought down 
at my request in relation to the documents prior to and since 1904, and a statement of 
the amounts that have been paid for such construction or repairs, and to whom they 
were paid. Presented April 30, 1917. — Mr. Boyer Xot printed. 

122a- Heturn to an Order of the House of the 16th February, 1916, for a copy of all letters, 
petitions, correspondence, telegrams and reports, exchanged between the Government, 
the engineers residing in the district, and all other persons, concerning the construction 
and repairing done to the wharves mentioned below, sin.ce 1904, and of all data and 
reports already produced at my request and relating to documents prior to 1904 ; also 
the amounts of money paid for such construction and repairing, and to whom paid : — 
The wharf at He Perrot North, South, and at the Church ; of the Village of Vaudreuil ; 
of Pointe Cavagnal ; of Hudson ; of Graham ; of Rigaud, and of Pointe Fortune. Pre- 
sented April 30, 1917. — Mr. Boyer Xot jirinted. 

122b- Return to an Order of the House of the 30th April, 1917, for a copy of all letters, petitions, 
correspondence, telegrams and reports exchanged between the Government, the resident 
engineer and all other persons, concerning the construction and repairing done to the 
wharves at He Perrot North, South and at the Church ; Village of Vaudreuil, -Pointe 
Cavagnal, Hudson, Graham, Rigaud and Point Fortune since 1904. Also, a copy of all 
data and reports regarding above already produced at my request relating to documents 
prior to 1904, showing the amounts of money paid for such construction and repairing, 
and to whom paid. And also, return to an Order of the House of the 30th April, 1917, 
for a copy of all letters, petitions, correspondence and telegrams exchanged between the 
Government, the district engineer, and any other persons concerning either the con- 
struction, repairing or purchase of the wharves at He Perrot South, the Church in the 
Village of He Perrot, Village of Vaudreuil, Pointe Cavagnal, Hudson, Rigaud, Graham, 
Pointe Fortune and He Perrot North, since 1904. Also a copy of all specifications and 
reports already brought down at my request in relation to above prior to, and since 1904, 
giving a statement of the amounts that have been paid for such construction or repairs, 
showing to whom they were paid. Presented August 13, 1917. — Mr. Boyer. 

Xot printed. 

123- Return to an Order of the House of the 19th April, 1916, for a copy of all letters, petitions, 

correspondence and telegrams exchanged between the Government, its resident engineer, 
and all other prsons, concerning the dredging work done at the following places : — Ste. 
Anne de Bellevue, Pointe Fortune, Ottawa River Cliannel between He au Foin and He :\ 
Paquin, Graham channel, Rigaud channel, Hudson Heights channel, Hudson, Como, 
Pointe Cavagnal, channel at Vaudreuil Village, Dorion Bay channel. He Perrot Church, 
He Perrot Sud Wharf, and He Perrot Nord Wharf. Also, a statement of the amounts 
paid to different persons, companies, etc., for such work, the dates, etc., and a copy of 
the estimates already brought down at my request, the whole since 1904. Presented 
April 30, 1917. — Mr. Boyer Xot printed. 

123a- Return to an Order of the House of the 16th February, 1916, for a copy of all letters, 
petitions, correspondence, telegrams and reports exchanged Vietween the Government, the 
resident engineer of the district, and all other persons, concerning the dredging work 
done at the places below named, and the amount of money paid to divers, persons com- 
panies, etc., for such work, as well as the statements already presented at any request, 
the whole since 1904 :r-At the wharf of He Perrot, North, South and at the Church: in 
Dorion Bay channel; at Vaudreuil Village channel; at Pointe Cavagnal; at Como; at 
Hud.son ; at Hu'lson Heights channel; at Graham channel; in the Rigaud River chan- 
nel; in the Ottawa river; He aux Poires channel; at Pointe Fortune, and at Ste- Anne 
de Bellevue channel. Presented April 30, 1917. — Mr. Boyer Not printed. 

124- Return to an Order of the House of the- 3rd May,. 1916, for a copy of all letters, telegrams, 

bills, vouchers and memoranda in connection with the repairs to the wharf at Upper 
ProBpect, Halifax County, N.S., in 1915. Presented April 30, 19] 7. — Mr. McLean 
(Ealifax) Not printed. 

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125. Return to an Order of the House of tlie 3rd May, 1916, for a copy of all letters, telegrams, 

bills, vouchers and memoranda in connection Avith the repairs to the wharf at 
Shad Bay, Halifax County, NS., in 1915. Presented April 30, 1917. — Mr. McLean 
{Halifax) . . . . , A"ot printed. 

126. Return to an Order of the House of the 1st February, 1917, for a copy of all correspond- 

ence in the possession of the Department of Public Works bearing date after September, 
1911, relating to the expenditure of money voted last session for harbour improvements 
at Tracadie, in the County of Antigonish, including copies of all letters relating to the 
same written by -Mr. G. A. R. Rollings to the said Minister of Public Works or to any 
other member of the Government. Presented April 30, 1917. — Mr. Sinclair. .Xot printed. 

127. Return to an Order of the House of the 3rd February, 1917, for a copy of all letters, 

telegrams, reports and other documents received by the Government during the years 
1915 and 1916, relative to the repairs required on the breakwater at Souris, P.E.I. 
Presented April 30, 1917. — Mr. Hushes (Kings, P.E.I.) Not printed. 

128. Return to an Order of the House of the 1st February, 1917, for a copy of all correspond- 

ence in the possession of the Department of Public Works bearing date after September, 
1911, relating to the extension of a breakwater at Breen's Point, in the County of Anti- 
gonish. Presented April 30, 1917. — Mr. Sinclair Xot printed. 

129. Return to an Order of the House of tlie 31st January. 1917, for a copy of all corre- 

spondence, vouchers, etc., in connection with the construction of the Mushaboom Har- 
bour Wharf, Halifax County, in 1913. Presented April 30, 1917. ^3/r. McLean 
(Halifax) Xot printed. 

130. Return to an Order of the House of the 31st January, 1917, for a return showing all ex- 

penditures made since March 31, 1916, by the Public Works Department in the several 
provinces of Canada, specifying the name of the work, the amount already spent thereon, 
and the estimated total expenditure in each case. Presented April 30, 1917. — Mr. 
McLean (Halifax) Not printed. 

131. Return to an Order of the House of the 31st January, 1917, for a copy of all correspond- 

ence, vouchers, etc., in connection with the construction of the Port Dufferin West 
Wharf, Halifax County, in 1913-14. Presented April 30, 1917. — Mr. McLean (Halifax). 

Xot printed. 

132. Return to an Order of the House of the 31st January, 1917, for a copy of all corre- 

spondence, vouchers, etc., in connection with the repairs to the Port Dufferin EJast 
Wharf, Halifax County, in 1915. Presented April 30, 1917. — Mr. McLean (Halifax.). 

Xot printed. 

133. Return to an Order of the House of the 31st January. 1917, for a copy of all correspond- 

ence, vouchers, etc., in connection with the construction of a wharf at Ecum Secum West, 
Halifax County. Presented April 30, 1917. — Mr. McLean (Halifax) Xot printed. 

134. Return to an Order of the House of the 27th March, 1916, for a copy of all correspondence, 

letters, telegrams, etc., in any way referring to the dredging at Margaree Harbour, In- 
verness County, N.S., during 1913, 1914, 1915 and 1916. Presented April 30, 1917. — Mr. 
Chishohn Xot printed. 

135. Copy of Order in Council, P.C. 1142, dated the 24th day of April, 1917, under the provi- 

sions of the War Measures Act, 1914, containing regulations under VN'hich British ships 
registered in Canada, or under construction for neutral owners, may until further order 
be retjuisitioned by His Majesty for the carriage of foodstuffs, etc, or for any purpose 
whatsoever; and cancelling Orders in Council, P.C. 2923, dated the 24th day of 
November 1916, and P.C. 1915, dated the 31st day of March, 1917, in respect thereto. 
Also certified copy of a report of the Committee of the Privy Council, approved by His 
Excellency the Governor General on the 30th day of January, 1917, respecting the 
ex-ercise of the requisitioning power by His Majesty's Govemment in the case of Can- 
adian vessels. Presented by Hon. Mr. Reid, April 30, 1917 Xot printed. 

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136. Return to an Order of the House of the 23r'i April, 1917, for a return show- 

ing : — 1. The names, former post ofRce addresses, occupations and salaries paid to the 
censors and decoders in the employ of the Government at Hazel Hill and Canso during 
the year 1916. 2. How much has been expended in connection with this service at Canso 
and Hazel Hill since the first of August, 1914, up to the present date. 3. How much has 
been expended in connection with the said service in embracing all the stations in the 
province of Nova Scotia from August 1, 1914, up to the present date. Presented May 2, 
1917. — Mr. Sinclair Not printed. 

137. Return to an Order of the House of the 23rd April, 1917, for a copy of all contracts and 

agreements between Sir Charles Ross, his successors or assigns, and His Majesty the 
King, represented by the Minister of Militia and Defence, since and including the agree- 
ment between them dated the 27th day of March, A.D., 1902. Presented May 2, 1917. 
Mr. Northnip Printed for Sessional Papers only. 

138. Return to an Order of the House of the 23rd April, 1917, for a return showing : — 1. How 

many permanent civil servants or officials were in the employ of the Department of 
Militia and Defence on the 10th day of October, 1911, and how many on the 31st of March. 
1917. 2. How many temporary civil servants and employees of all kinds were in the 
employ of the said Department on the 10th day of October, 1911, and how many on the 
31st of March, 1917. 3. How many permanent civil servants or officials were appointed 
by said Department since the 1st of August, 1914. 4. How many temporary civil servants 
and employees were employed by said Department since August 1, 1914. 5. What was 
the gross amount paid by said Department for salaries and expenses to both permanent 
and temporary civil servants and employees for the fiscal year ending March 31, 1914. 
6. What was the gross amount paid by said Department for salaries and expenses of all 
permanent and temporary civil servants and employees for the fiscal year ending March 
31, 1917. 7. How many civil servants were appointed- by said Department since October 
10, 1911, under the provisions of Section 21 of the Civil Service Act. Presented May 
2, 1917. — Mr. Macdonald Not printed. 

138a- Return to an Order of the House of the 2nd May, 1917, for a return showing: — 1. 
How many permanent civil servants or officials were in the employ of the Department 
of Naval Affairs on the 10th day of October, 1911, and how many on the 31st of March, 
1917. 2. How many temporary civil servants and employees of all kinds were in the 
employ of the said Department on the 10th day of October, 1911, and how many on the 
31st of March, 1917. 3. How many permanent civil servants or officials were appointed 
by said Department since the 1st of August, 1914. 4. How many temporary civil servants 
and employees were employed by said Department since August 1, 1914. 5. What was the 
gross amount paid by said Department for salaries and expenses to both permanent and 
temporary civil servants and employees for the fiscal year ending March 31, 1911. 6. 
What was the gross amount paid by said Department for salaries and expenses of all 
permanent and temporary civil servants and employees for the fiscal year ending March 
31, 1917. 7. How many civil servants were appointed by said Department since October 
10, 1911, under the provisions of Section 21 of the Civil Service Act. Presented May 
16, 1917. — Mr. Chisholni Not printed. 

138b. Return to an Order of the House of the 2nd May, 1917, for a return showing: — 1. How many 
permanent civil servants or officials were in the employ of the Department of Marine 
and Fisheries on the 10th day of October, 1911, and how many on the 31st day of March, 
1917. 2. How many temporary civil servants and employees of all kinds were in the 
employ of the said Department on the 10th day of October, 1911, and how many on the 
31st of March, 1917. 3. How many permanent civil servants or officials were appointed 
by said Department since the 1st of August, 1914. 4. How many temporary civil servants 
and employees were employed by said Department since August 1, 1914, 5. What was the 
gros;! amount paid by said Department for salaries and expenses to both permanent and 
temporary civil servants and employees for the fiscal year ending March 31. 1911. 6. 
What was the gross amount paid by said Department for salaries and expenses of all 

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permanent and temporary civil servants and employees for the fiscal year endins March 
31. 1917. 7. How many civil servants were appointed by said Department since October 
10, 1911, under the provisions of Section 21 of the Civil Service Act. Presented May 
31, 1917. — -l/r. Sinclair Xot printed. 

138c"- Return to an Order of the House of the 9th May, 1917, for a return showing: — 1. How 
many permanent civil servants or oflTicials were in the employ ot the Department of Ex- 
ternal Affairs on the 10th day of October, 1911, and how many on the 31st of March, 
1917. 2. How many temporary civil servants and employees of all kinds were in the 
employ of the said Department on the 10th day of October, 1911, and how many on the 
31st of March, 1917. 3. How many permanent civil servants or officials were appointed 
by said Department since the 1st of August, 1914. 4. How many temporary civil servants 
and employees were employed by said Department since August 1, 1914, 5. What was the 
gross amount paid by said Department for salaries and expenses to both permanent and 
temporary civil servants and employees for the fiscal year ending March 31, 1911. 6. 
What was the gross amount paid by said Department for salaries and expenses of all 
permanent and temporary civil servants and employees for the fiscal year ending March 
31, 1917. 7. How many civil servants were appointed by said Department since October 
10, 1911, under the provisions of Section 21 of the Civil Service Act. Presented June 
1, 1917. — 3Ir. Sinclair Not printed. 

138<^- Return to an Order of the House of the 9th May, 1917, for a return showing: — 1. How 
many permanent civil servants or officials were in the employ of the Department 
of Justice on the 10th day of October, 1911, and how many on the 31st of March, 
1917. 2. How many temporary civil servants and employees of all kinds were in the 
employ of the said Department on the 10th day of October, 1911, and how many on the 
31st of March, 1917. 3. How many permanent civil servants or officials were appointed 
by said Department since the 1st of August, 1914. 4. How many temporary civil servants 
and employees were employed by said Department since August 1, 1914, 5. What was the 
gross amount paid by said Department for salaries and expenses to both permanent and 
temporary civil servants and employees for the fiscal year ending March 31, 1911. 6. 
What was the gross amount paid by said Department for salaries and expenses of all 
permanent and temporary civil servants and employees for the fiscal year ending- March 
31, 1917. 7. How many civil servants were appointed by said Department since October 
10, 1911, under the provisions of Section 21 of the Civil Service Act. Presented Jime 
21, 1917. — Mr. Sinclair Not printed. 

138^- Return to an Order of the House of the 14th May, 1917, for a return showing: — 1. How 
many permanent civil servants or officials were in the employ of the Dei>artment 
of Finance on the 10th day of October, 1911, and how many on the 31st of March, 
1917. 2. How many temporary civil servants and employees of all kinds were in the 
employ of the said Department on the 10th day of October, 1911, and how many on the 
31st of March, 1917. 3. How many permanent civil servants or officials were appointed 
by said Department since the 1st of August, 1914. 4. How many temporary civil servants 
and employees were employed by said Department since August 1, 1914, 5. What was the 
gross amount paid by said Department for salaries and expenses to both permanent and 
temporary civil servants and employees for the fiscal year ending March 31, 1911. 6. 
What was the gross amount paid by said Department for salaries and expenses of all 
permanent and temporary civil servants and employees for the fiscal year ending March 
31, 1917. 7. How many civil servants were appointed by said Department since October 
10, 1911, under the provisions of Section 21 of the Civil Service Act. Presented June 
29, 1912. — M. Maclean (Halifax) Not pHnted. 

138/. Return to an Order of the House of the 2nd May 1917, for a return showing: — 1. How 
many permanent civil servants and officials were in the employ of the Department of 
Indian Affairs on the 10th day of October, 1911, and how many on the 31st of March, 
1917. 2. How many temporary civil servants and employees of all kinds were in the 
employ of the said Department on the 10th day of October, 1911, and how many on the 
31st of March, 1917. 3. How many permanent civil servants or officials were appointed 

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by said Department since 1st of August, 1914. 4. How many temporary civil servants 
and employees were employed by said Department since August 1, 1914, 5. What was the 
gross amount paid by said Department for salaries and expenses to both permanent and 
temporary civil servants and employees for the fiscal year ending March 31, 1914. 6. 
What was the gross amount paid by said Department for salaries and expenses of all 
permanent and temporary civil servants and employees for the fiscal year ending March 
31, 1917. 7. How many civil servants were appointed by said Department since October 
10, 1911, under the provisions of Section 21 of the Civil Service Act. Presented by Hon. 
Mr. Roche, July 10, 1917. — Mr. Kyte Not printed. 

138y- Return to an Order of the House of the 23rd April, 1917, for a return showing: — 1. 
How many permanent civil servants or officials were in the employ of the Department 
of Agriculture on the 10th day of October, 1911, and how many on the 31st day of March, 
1917. 2. How many temporary civil servants and employees of all kinds were in the 
employ of the said Department on the 10th day of October, 1911, and how many on the 
31st of March, 1917. 3. How many permanent civil servants or officials were appointed 
by said Department since the 1st of August, 1914. 4. How many temporary civil eerA'ants 
and employees were employed by said Department since August 1, 1914, 5. What was the 
gross amount paid by said Department for salaries and expenses to both permanent and 
temporary civil servants and employees for the fiscal year ending March 31, 1914. C. 
What was the gross amount paid by said Department for salaries and expenses of all 
permanent and temporary civil servants and employees for the fiscal year ending March 
31, 1917. 7. How many civil servants were appointed by said Department since October 
10, 1911, under the provisions of Section 21 of the Civil Service Act. Presented August 
15, 1917. — Mr. Hughes (P.E.I.) Xot printed. 

138'*. Return to an Order of the House of the 2nd May, 1917, for a return showing: — 1. How 
many permanent civil servants or officials were in the employ of the Department of State 
and Mines on the 10th day of October, 1911, and how many on the 31st of March, 
1917. 2. How many temporary civil servants and employees of all kinds were in the 
employ of the said Department on the lOth day of October, 1911, and how many on the 
31st of March, 1917. 3. How many permanent civil servants or officials were appointed 
by said Department since the 1st of August, 1914. 4. How many temporary civil servants 
and employees were employed by said Department since August 1, 1914, 5. What was the 
gross amount paid by said Department for salaries and expenses to both permanent and 
temporary civil servants and employees for the fiscal year ending March 31, 1911. 6. 
What was the gross amount paid by said Department for salaries and expenses of all 
permanent and temporary civil servants and employees for the fiscal year ending March 
31, 1917. 7- How many civil servants were appointed by said Department since October 
10, 1911, under the provisions of Section 21 of the Civil Service Act. Presented August 
21, 1917. — Mr. McKenzie Not printed. 

139. Return to an address to His Excellency the Governor General of the 23rd April, 1917, 

for a copy of the Order in Council and all other papers in connection with the awarding 
of the contract to J. C. Shields and others, or to the Inland Express Company for 
carrying the mails from Ashcroft to Fort George, B.C. Presented May 2, 1917. — Mr. 
Turriff Not printed. 

140. Return to an Address to His Excellency the Govern«r General of the 31st January, 1917, 

for a copy of all correspondence exchanged with the Governement of the Province of 
Manitoba concerning a statute passed by the Legislature of Manitoba at its last session, 
entitled, "An Act to amend the Jury Act"; together with copies of all Orders in 
Council respecting same. Presented May 3, 1917. — Sir Wilfrid Laurier. . Not printed. 

141. rtcturn to an Order of the House of the 7th February, 1917, for a return showing: — 1. 

The number of interned aliens, and nationality of each, employed on public works since 
the 4th August, 1914. 2. The number employed in industiial work in the provinces of 
Canada, and the nationality of each, since the 1st of August, 1914. 3. The number so 

employed at the present time. Presented May 3, 1917. — Mr. Kyte Not printed. 

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142. Return to an Order of the House of the 2nd May, 1917, for a copy of the report of the 

Royal Commission appointed by Order in Council, 20th September, 1916, to inquire into 
and report upon the conditions in regard to the delivery of cargoes of coal to coasting 
vessels in the Maritime Provinces. Presented May 7, 1917. — Mr. Hughes (Kings, 
P-E:I.) Not printed. 

143. Return to an Order of the House of the 31st January, 1917, for a return showing: — 1. 

How many applicants for enlistment in the Canadian Overseas Forces have been 
rejected on account of being physically unfit. 2. How many have been discharged after 
enlistment for the same reason. Presented May 7, 1917. — Mr. Steele.. . .Xot printed. 

143a. Return to an Order of the House of tlie 30th April, 1917, for a return showing: — 1. How 
many Americans have enrolled in Canadian Regiments since the commencement of the 
war. 2. How many natives of the Briti.sh Isles are so enrolled in Canada since the 1st 
of August, 1914. Presented July 31, 1917. — Mr. Boulay Not printed. 

143b. Return to an Order of the House of the 31st January, 1917, for a return showing: — 1. 
How many men have enlisted in Canada for overseas service. 2. How many of these 
have been subsequently discharged as unfit. 3. How many of these were discharged in 
Canada, and how many overseas. Presented May 7, 1917. — Mr. Graham. .Not printed. 

143c. Return to an Order of the House of the 14th May, 1917, for a return showing: — 1. 
Whether the Minister of Militia or any of the authorities of the Militia Department has 
official statistics as to the recruiting of soldiers in Canada for overseas service. 2. If 
sc, what the correct figures are of enlistments in the different overseas regiments raised 
since August, 1914, to date (o) Canadian speaking the French language; (&)Canadians 
speaking the English language and born in Canada; (c) British subjects by birth born 
outside of Canada; (rf) British subjects by naturalization; (c) British subjects by 
birth born outside of Canada; (d) British subjects by naturalization; (e) French Can- 
adian soldiers in regiments commanded by officers speaking the English language raised 
in the province of Quebec; and (/) French Canadian soldiers in battalions raised in the 
other provinces of Canada. Presented June 14, 1917. — Mr. Lanctot Not printed. 

143d. Copy of Census Statistics showing Summary of Strength of all Units of the Canadian 
Expeditionary Forces in England, period 14th May, 1917, together with statement show- 

' ing number of Canadian troops in France, England, in the Near East, SL Lucia and in 

Canada, June, 1917. Presented by Sir Edward Kemp, June 15, 1917.. ..Not printed. 

144. PC. 2314, dated 7th October, 1916, appointing a Special Seed Commissioner and three 

assistants, with authority to purchase seed wheat to fill requisitions for seed from 
municipal governing bodies in districts that have suffered crop failure due to the pre- 
valence of rust and frost. Also, P.C. 3073, dated 14th December, 1916, authorizing the 
Special Seed Commission to purchase seed oats and seed barley to fill requisitions for 
seed from municipal governing bodies and farmers' organizations in districts where 
there is no supply. Presented by Hon. Mr. Burrell, May 8, 1917 Not printed. 

145. Return to an Order of the House of the 1st February, 1917, for a copy of all communica- 

tions, reports and documents concerning the alleged treatment of Thos. Kelly, a pri- 
soner in the Stony Mountain Penitentiary. Presented May 9, 1917. — Mr. Buchanan. 

Not printed. 

146. Copy of Order in Council, P.C. 1183, dated 2Sth April, 1917, authorizing the granting, al 

the request of His Majesty's Government in England, of a further 300 miles of rails for 
use in France in connection with the war. Presented by Hon. Mr. Meighen, May 10, 
1917 Not printed. 

146a. Return to an Order of the House of the 13th June, 1917, for a return showing: — 1. Be- 
tween what points on the Canadian Northern Railway Line w«st of Edmonton the rails 
are to be taken up to be placed on the Grand Trunk Pacific Line. 2. Between what 
points on the Grand Trunk Pacific Line west of Edmonton the rails of the Grand Trunk 
are to be replaced by rails of the Canadian Northern Railway. Presented June 14, 

1917. — Mr. Oliver Not printed. 

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146&. Tabulated statement showing list of points on the Eastern Division of the National 
Transcontinental Railway from which rails were lifted for shipment overseas to France, 
mileage lifted at each point and replaced with rails from Intercolonial Railway (to- 
gether with a map accompanying same). Presented by Hon. Mr. Cochrane, June 21, 
jQj^Y Not printed. 

147. Return called for by Section 88, of Chapter 62, Revised Statutes of Canada, requiring 

that the Minister of the Interior shall lay before Parliament, each year, a return of 
liquor brought from any place out of Canada into the Territories by special permission 
in writing of the Commissioner of the Northwest Territories, for the year ending 31st 
December, 1916. Presented by Hon. Mr. Roche, May 11, 1917 Not printed. 

148. Return to an Address to His Excellency the Governor General of the 30th April, 1917, 

for a copy of the application for Arbitration Boards made to the Labour Department 
by the Provincial Workman's Association or its officers and the United Mines Workmen 
of Nova Scotia or its officers. Also a copy of all letters, copies of letters and other 
documents relating to this matter, along with all letters, papers, other documents and 
Orders in Council relative to the appointment of a Com;r.i.ssion to investigate labour 
and other conditions in the County of Cape Breton. Presented May 11, 1917. — Mr. 
Kyte ^''M printed. 

149. Return to an Order of the House of the 2nd May, 1917, for a copy of all letters, copie.s 

of letters, telegrams, reports and all other documents relative to the purchase of th? 
two vessels, A. J. McKce and T. J. Driunmonds, by the Railway Department under ths 
Order in Council dated April 17, 1917. Presented May 14, 1917. — Mr. Macdonald. 

Not printed. 

150. Return to an Order of the House of the 31st January, 1917, for a copy of all correspond- 

ence, telegrams, memoranda, etc., by and with the Department of Railways in con- 
nection with the naming of stations on the Halifax and Eastern Railway. Presented 
May 14, 1917. — Mr. Maclean (Halifax) Not printed. 

151. Return to an Order of the House of the 23rd April, 1917, for a copy of all statements, 

reports, evidence, letters and other papers and documents in the possession of the 
Department of Railways and Canals relating to a claim for a horse belonging to one 
Dan McFarlane, injured at Brinley Brook, N.S., by the Canadian Government Railway. 
Presented May 15, 1917. — Mr. Sinclair .Not printed. 

152. Return to an Order of the House of the 23th April, 1917, for a copy of all documents, 

paper.s, correspondence and reports concerning the suspension of Polydore Lebel. 
engineer on the Intercolonial Railway at Rivi&re du Loup, as a result of a wreck in the 
year 1916. Presented May 15, 1917. — Mr. Lapointe (Kamouraska) Not printed. 

153. Return to an Order of the House, of the 31st January, 1917, for a copy of all letters, 

telegrams and other documents relative to the removal of Mr. Spenny as Trackmaster on 
the Short Line, so-called, of the Canadian Government Railway, and to the appoint- 
ment of Henry Gray as his successor. Presented May 15, 1917. — Mr. Macdonald. 

Not printed. 

154. Return to an Address to His Royal Highness the Governor General, of the 7th February, 

1916, for a copy of all papers in connection with the appointment of Lfon Roy as inter- 
preter in the Department of the Interior; and also a copy of the Order in Council, 
documents and correspondence relating to his dismi.ssal. Presented May 16, 1917. — 
Sir Wilfrid Laurier Not printed. 

155. Return to an Ord'Cr of the House, of the 30th April, 1917, for a copy of all letters, papers, 

telegrams and other documents relative to the establishment of the Canadian Govern- 
ment Railway Employees Magazine, showing the circulation thereof, the cost of pro- 
duction, receipts, and the persons employed in connection therewith, giving a state- 
ment of the amount received by said persons from the Railway in any capacity. Pre- 
sented May 21, 1917. — Mr. Macdonald Not printed. 

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CONTENTS OF VOLTJM:: 2l~Coniinued. 

156. Return to an Order of the House, of the 22nd March, 1916, for a Return showing: — 1. 

The number of conductors, brakemen, drivers and firemen, resi>ectively, who were on 
duty on the Canadian Government Railways between Moncton and Campbellton during 
the month of February, 1916. 2. The number of hours each of the above mentioned 
trainmen and enginemen were on duty each trip between said points during said month 
of Februar>-, 1916. Presented May 21, 1917. — Mr. Copp Not printed. 

157. Report of Exchequer Court proceedings under Section 49A of the Indian Act, in respect 

to the removal of the Indians from Sydney Reserve, Nova Scotia. Presented by Hon. 
Mr. Roche, May 22, 1917 Not printed. 

158. Report of the work of the Military Hospitals Commission from its inception to the 

present date. Presented by Sir Robert Borden, May 23, 1917 Not printed. 

159. Copy of correspondence between Members of the Government and the Canadian Manu- 

facturers Association respecting the purchase of supplies for the Canadian Expedi- 
tionary Forces in England and at the Front. Presented by Sir Robert Borden, May 
23,1917 Not printed. 

160. Return to an Order of the House, of the 14th May, 1917, for a copy of the correspondence 

between the Prime Minister and the ex-Minister of Militia and Defence, which led to 
the latter's resignation or dismissal from the Government. Presented by Sir Robert 
Borden, May 23, 1917. — Mr. Hughes {King's, P.E.I.) Not printed. 

161. Return to an humble Address of the Senate to His Excellency the Governor General, 

dated the 26th day of January, 1917, for a statement showing the date and object of 
all commissions instituted by the Government of the day, since its accession to power 
in 1911, up to the present date; the number of days during which each of these 
commissions sat, giving the names of the individuals who formed part of such com- 
missions, and what was the cost of each to the country. (Senate.) Not printed. 

161a. Part Return to an humble Address of the Senate, dated the 7th day of February, 1917, 
to His Excellency the Governor General, for : — A statement showing the date, the 
object and the personnel of all commissions instituted by the late Government from 
its accession to power in 1896, up to the accession to power of the present Government 
in 1911, the number of days during which each of these commissions set, and what 
was the cost of eaoh to the country. (Senate.) Not printed. 

162. Order in Council P.C. 1433, dated 24th May, 1917, containing regulations concerning the 

departure out of Canada of male persons who are liable to or capable of national 
service of a military or other character. Presented by Hon. ^Ir. Roche, May 29, 1917. 

Not printed. 

163. Return to an Address to His Excellency the Governor General, of the 23rd May, 1917, for 

a copy of the Order in Council, if any, providing that preference in appointments to the 
Civil Service should be given to returned soldiers. Presented May 29, 1917. — Mr. 
Boulay Not printed. 

164. Return to an Order of the House, of the 3rd February, 1917, for a copy of all reports 

findings, evidence, memoranda, etc., in connection with the inquiry into the damages 
sustained by H.M.CS. Grilse en route from Halifax to Bermuda. Presented May 30, 
1917. — Mr. Maclean (Halifax.) Not printed. 

165. Return to an Order of the House, of the 14th May, 1917, for a copy of all letters, peti- 

tions, correspondence, telegrams and reports in any way referring to the dismissal 
or retirement of D. McDermid, Superintendent of Pish Hatchery at Bast Margaree, 
and the appointment of his successor. Presented May 30, 1917. — Mr. Chisholm. 

Not printed. 

166. Return to an Order of the House, of the 25th April, 1917, for a copy of all letters, tel«- 

grams, reports and other papers and documents relative to the application of Willis 
Keizer of Hall's Harbour, King's County, N.S., for a license to operate a fishing weir 
at Square Cove, King's County, N.S. Presented May 30, 1917. — Mr. Maclean (Halifax.) 

Not printed. 
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CONTENTS OF VOLUME 21— Continued. 

167. Return to an Address to His Excellency the Governor General, of the 23rd April, 1917, 

for a copy of all correspondence, memoranda. Orders in Council, etc., in reference to 
the dismissal of Moses H. Nickerson. as Inspector of Life-saving Stations in Xova 
Scotia Presented May 30, 1917. — Mr. Maclean (Halifax) Not printed. 

168. Copies of Pension Regulations with amendments and as amended to February 2S, 10? 7, 

with copies of Orders in Council relating thereto. Presented by Sir Thomas White, 
May 30, 1917 Printed for sessional papers only. 

168a. Copy of Order in Council, P.C. 277, dated 30th January, 1917, regarding pensions of 
officers or their dependants in respect of the exchange of officers between the Govern- 
ment of Canada and the Imperial Government. Presented by Sir Edward Kemp, 
August 20, 1917 Not printed. 

169. Return to an Order of the House, of the 14th May, 1917, for a copy of all letters, corres- 

pondence, petitions, telegrams and reports between the Minister of Marine and 
Fisheries and any person or persons in any way referring to the removal of the salmon 
nets on that portion of the coast of Inverness extending east and west from the mouth 
of the Margaree River. Presented May 31, 1917. — Mr. Chisholm Not printed. 

170. Return to an Order of the House, of the 2nd May, 1917, for a copy of the report of the 

Commission appointed to investigate the condition of the Military Hospital at Halfax, 
with a copy of the evidence taken by said Commission at Halifax and all other docu- 
ments in the possession of the Department of Militia and Defence in connection with 
such investigation. Presented May 31, 1917. — Mr. Sinclair Not printed. 

171. Return to an Order of the House, of the 7th May, 1917, for a return showing tlie 

amount paid or spent by Uie Department of Militia in advertising for recruits in 
Canada, showing the persons, firms and corporations to whom the payments were made, 
up to April 1, 1917. Presented May 31, 1917. — Mr. Macdonald Not printed. 

172. Finding of the Court of Inquiry appointed by the Adjutant-General by Orders dated 

the 1st May, 1917, for the purpose of collecting and recording evidence in connection 
with the allegations contained in several newspapers that Troop Trains had been 
stoned passing through Rivi&re-du-Loup, Quebec, and other places, and for the purpose 
of collecting and recording any other evidence which, in the opinion of the ^lembers 
of the Court, in any way relates to or has a bearing on this matter. Presented by Sir 
Edward Kemp, May 31, 1917 Not printed. 

173. Finding of the Court of Inquiry appointed by the Adjustant-General by Orders dated 

the 1st May, 1917, for the purpose of collecting and recording evidence in connection 
with the allegations contained in several newspapers accusing the citizens of Quebec 
of maltreating or allowing to be maltreated, soldiers returning from the War and 
passing through or sojourning in Quebec, and for the purpose of collecting and recording 
any other evidence which, in the opinion of the Members of the Court, in any way 
relates to or has a bearing on the matter. Presented by Sir Edward Kemp, May 31, 
1917 Not printed. 

174. Return to an Order of the House, of the 7th May, 1917, for a copy of all accounts, 

letters, claims, correspondence and other documents relating to the following amounts 
mentioned in the Report of the Auditor General 1916, Vol. 11, page L — 11 : — Mr. 
Justice L. P. Pelletier, travelling expenses, $877 ; Mr. Justice I. N. Belleau, travelling 
expenses, $1,984.44 ; Mr. Justice T. H. Chauvin, travelling expenses, $1,421.25 ; Mr. 
Justice B. LeTellier, travelling expenses, $1,923.80. Presented May 31, 1917. — Mr. 
Lanctot Not printed. 

175. rteturn to an Order of the House, of the 30th May, 1917, for a Return showing: — 1. The 

number of persons appointed to permanent position on the Canadian Government Rail- 
ways from January 1, 1916. to March 31, 1917, who were not previously employed on 
the said Railways. 2. Their names, salaries and the positions to wliich tliey were 

appointed. Presented May 31, 1917. — ;i/r. Copp Not printed. 

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176. Return to an Order of the House, of the 12th February, 1915, for a Return showing how 

many persons of German nationality are eniployed in the several Departments of the 
Federal Government, in what capacity and the salaries received respectively. Pre- 
sented June 1, 1917. — Mr. Delisle Not printed. 

177. Return to an Order of the House, of the 1st May, 1916, for a copy of all correspondence 

and papers relating to the change in the location of the post office at Ros^berg, Alberta. 
Presented June 1, 1917. — Mr. Buchanan Not printed. 

178. Return to an Order of the House, of the 8th May, 1916, for a copy of all correspondence, 

letters and telegrams relating to the dismissal of Augustin D. Lauteigne as Postmaster 
of Island River, Gloucester County, N.B. Presented June 1, 1917. — Mr. Turgeon. 

Not printed. 

179. Return to an Order of the House, of the 31st January, 1917, for a copy of all letters 

and telegrams in the Post Office Department in reference to the removal of Pearson's 
Post Office, Township of Casey, in the Constituency of Nipissing, from where it was 
located to its present location. Presented June 1, 1917. — Mr. Turriff. . . .Not printed. 

180. Return to an Order of the House, of the 5th February, 1917, for a copy of all letters, 

reports, papers and other documents relative to the dismissal of John R. Mcintosh as 
Postmaster of Cummings Mountain, Pietou County, and the appointment of James 
Cummings as his successor. Presented June 1, 1S17. — Mr. Macdonald . . ..Not printed. 

181. Return to an Order of the House, of the 2nd May, 1917, for a Return showing: — The 

gross amount paid by the Government since October, 1911, to H. P. Duchemin, of 
Sydney, iN.B., for services and disbursements under the Public Inquiries Act, or other- 
wise. Presented June 1, 1917. — Mr. Sinclair Not printed:. 

182. Return to an Order of the House, of the 3rd February, 1917, for a copy of all corres- 

pondence, letters, telegrams and other documents concerniing the cancelling by the 
Post Office Department of the rural mail contract granted to Hyppolite Lambert of St. 
Antoine, in fhe County of Lotbiniere, Que. Presented June 1, 1917. — Mr. Fortier. 

Not printed. 

183. Reports, pursuant to a Resolution of the House adopted on the ISth May, 1916, based 

on a recommendation of the Joint Committee of both Houses on Printing of Parliament, 
requesting information from the several Departments of Government with the view to 
effecting all possible economy in the matter of public printing and the distribution of 
public documents, and the extent, if anj% to which such recommendations have been 
carried into effect. Presented by Hon. Mr. Patenaude, June 1, 1917.. ..Not printed. 

184. Return to an Order of the House, of 21st May, 1917, for a copy of all correspondence, 

reports and recommendations, if any, from the Grain Commission to the Department of 
Trade and Commerce or any other Department of the Government at Ottawa, follow- 
ing a imeeting of the Grain Commissioners held in Lethbridge this year. Presented June 
1, 1917. — Mr. Buchanan Not printed. 

185. Order in Council passed in conformity witii provisions of 4-5 George V., Chapter 20, S-15 

<C. X. Railway.) — (.The Senate) Not printed. 

186. Return to an Order of the House, of the 3rd February, 1917, for a return showing the 

quantity and value of exports in following commodities for the first nine months of 
present fiscal year : — Horses ; brass and manufacturers of same ; wheat, breadstuffs ; 
oats and grain other than wheat ; automobiles, bicycles, motorcycles and parts of same, 
including engines and tires ; railway cars and parts : chemicals ; copper and manufac- 
tures of same ; cotton manufactures ; explosives ; iron and steel and manufactures of 
same; firearms and munitions; leather and manufactures of same; meat and dairy 
products ; alcohol ; vegetables, dried and canned ; lead ; wearing apparel of all kinds ; 
zinc and manufactures of same ; paper and manufactures of same. Presented June 4, 
1917. — Mr. Maclean (Halifax) Printed for sessional papers only. 

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187. Return to an Order of the House, of the 30th April, 1917, for a copy of all documents, 

correspondence, letters, telegrrams, memoranda and reports exchanged between the Ser- 
geant-at-Arms of the House of Commons and the Honourable Albert Sevigny ; the 
Sergeant-at-Arms and the Justice Department, and between the Department of Justice 
and the Honourable Albert Sevigny, concerning certain effects, furniture and orna- 
ments connected with the Speaker's Apartments. Also, copy of all accounts, receipts, 
bills of lading and transportation accounts concerning the said effects, furniture and 
ornaments. Presented June 5, 1917. — Mr. Lanctot Not printed. 

188. Copy of Order in Council P.C. 1457, dated the 29th May, 1917, respecting pay to mem- 

bers of the Civil Service who join the Military forces of Canada either by voluntary 
enlistment or otherwise from and after the date hereof. Presented by Sir Thomas 
White, June 6, 1917 Not printed. 

189. Copy of General Reports of W. F. O'Connor, K.C., Acting Commissioner re Cost of Living. 

concerning the production, cost, selling prices, and distribution sj-stem of refined sugor. 
Presented by Hon. Mr. Crothers, June 6, 1917 

Printed for distribution and sessional papers. 

190. Copy of Reports of W. F. O'Connor, on the subject of the Anthracite Coal business in 

Canada. Presented by Hon. Mr. Crothers, June 6, 1917. 

Printed for distribtition and sessional papers. 

191. Return to an humble Address of the Senate to His EJxcellency the Governor General, 

dated the 22nd of May last, showing a copy of: — All correspondence exchanged between 
the Government or its Ministers, the Minister of Militia, the Militia Council, Major- 
General F. L. Lessard, C.B., Inspector-General, or any other person, and Lieutenant- 
Colonel Armand Lavergne, O.C, the 61st Regiment or any other person, on the subject 
of the territorial defence of the Province of Quebec, as well as copy of all Orders in 
Council or documents relating to this subject. — (Senate) Kot printed. 

192. Copy of Order in Council. P.C. 1579, dated 8th June, 1917, appointing a Fuel Controller 

for Canada. Presented by Sir George Foster, May 12, 1917. 

Printed for sessional papers only. 

192a. Copy of Order in Council, P.C. 1460, dated 16th June, 1917, re the appointment of 
an Officer to be known as Food Controller for Canada, and specifying his powers and 
duties. Presented by Sir Robert Borden, June 19, 1917. 

Printed for sessional papers only. 

193. Copy of Order in Council, P.C. IG'O'I, dated 11th June, re the establishment of "The 

Board of Grain Supervisors of Canada." And also. Copy of Order in Council, P.C. 
1605, dated 11th June, 1917, appointing certain persons as members of "The Board of 
Grain Supervisors of Canada." Presented by Sir George Foster, May 12, 1917. 

Printed for sessional papers only. 

194. Copies of Census Statistics of male population of Canada, Census of 1911, between the 

ages of 20 and 45, both years inclusive, according to conjugal condition and nativity. 
Presented by Sir Kdward Kemp, June 13, 1917. 

Printed for sessional papers only. 

195. Copies of The King's Regulations and Orders for the Army, 1912, re-printed witli 

amendments published in Army Orders up to 1st August, 1914. Presented by Sir 
Edward Kemp, June 13, 1917 Not printed. 

196. Copies of Manual of Military Law, War Office, 1914. Presented Sir Edward Kemp, 

June 13, 1917 Not printed. 

197. Copy of Order in Council, P.C. 987, dated 10th April, 1917, as amended by Order in 

Council No. 1451, dated 25th May, 1917: Regulations, being as Consolidation of and 
additions to various Orders in Council made in consequence of the War, the whole to 
be knovyn as the "Defence of Canada Order, 1917." Presented by Hon. Mr. Hazen, 

June 13, 1917 Not printed. 

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CONTENTS OF VOLUME 21— Continued. 

198. Return to an Order of the House, of the 14th May, 1917, for a copy of all lertters, 

petitions, correspondence, telegrams and reports in any way referring to dismissal, 
retirement or resignation of John McDonald, as Janitor of public building at Inver- 
ness, and the appointment of his successor. Presented June 15, 1917. — Mr. Chishohn. 

Not printed. 

199. Return to an Order of the House, of the 14th May, 1917, for a copy of all letters 

petitions, correspondence, telegrams and reports received by the Government since 
September. 1911, to the present day, in any way referring to the extension and 
repairs to McKay's Point Wharf, Inverness County. Presented June 15, 1917. — Mr. 
Chishohn Not printed. 

200. Return to an Order of the House, of the 7th May, 1917, for a copy of the replies 

which the Government or the Department of Public Works sent to the Resident 
Engineer or other parties in answer to letters, telegrams, or reports in connection with 
the breakwater at Souris, P.E.I., during the years 1915 and 1916. Presented June 
15, 1917. — Mi: Hughes {King's, P.E.I.) Not printed. 

201. Return to an Order of the House, of the 23rd May, 1917, for a copy of all corres- 

pondence, telegrams, recommendations and other communications relating ;to the 
dismissal of Hector Urquhart, as lineman on the Dominion Government telegraph line 
between Grand River and Enon, Cape Breton County, Nova Scotia, and relating to 
the appointment of Dan. A. McLennan to said position. Presented June 15, 1917. — 
Mr. Kyte Not printed. 

202. Return to an Order of the House, of the 14th May, 1917, for a copy of all letters, 

petitions, correspondence, telegrams and reports received by the Ciovernment since 
September, 1911, to the present day, in any way referring to the extension and 
repairs to Craignish Wharf. Presented June 15, 1917. — Mr. Chisholm . .Not printed. 

203. Return to an Order of the House, of the 3rd May, 1917, for a Return showing: — 1. The 

amount which has been paid for stenographic reporting for the different Commissions 
or inquiries which have been held by the Government since November, 1911, to the 
present time. 2. The names of the persons to whom these amounts have been paid 
for stenography and the respective amounts paid to each of them. Presented June 
15, 1917. — Mr. Verville Not printed. 

203a. Return to an Cjl'der of the House, of the 3rd May, 1917, for a Return showing: — 1. The 
amount which has been paid for stenographic reporting for the different Commissions 
or inquiries which have been held by the Government since CSTovember, 1911, to the 
present time. 2. The names of the persons to whom these amounts have been paid 
for stenography and the respective amounts paid to each of them. Presented June 
28, 1917. — Mr. Verville Not printed. 

204. Return to an Address to His Excellency the Governor General, of the 9th May, 1917, 

for a copy of all papers, petitions, telegrams and all other documents sent to the 
Government urging upon them the necessity of abolishing the wet canteen system 
in the camps overseas. Presented June 15, 1917.- — Mr. Lemieux Not printed. 

205. Copies of all correspondence, memoranda or other documents received by or sent by 

the Right Honourable the Prime Minister and the Honourable the Minister of Trade 
and Commerce, concerning a project to advertise Canadian products by the organiza- 
tion of an exhibition train of sample goods in France. (Senate) Not printed. 

205a. Supplementary Return to an Order of the Senate, dated the 7th June last, for a 
Return showing: — Copies of all correspondence, memoranda or other documents 
received by or sent by the Right Honouraible the Prime Minister and the Honourable 
the Minister of Trade and Commerce, concerning a project to advertise Canadian 
products by the organization of an exhibition train of sample goods in France. 
The Seriate Not printed. 

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206. Letter of the Honourable E. L. Patenaude, MP., to the Rig-ht Honourable the Prime 

Minister, resigning his position as Secretar>- of State for Canada, and the letter of 
the Prime Minister in acknowledgment thereof. Presented by Sir Robert Borden, 
June 18, 1917 Not printed. 

207. Return to an Order of the House, of the 3rd May, 1917, for a Return showing: — 1. How 

much merchandise has been exixtrted from Canada into Foreign Countries since the 
first of August, 1914, to the present tiine? 2. How much of these goods have gone 
through the Port of Hamburg? 3. What countries have imported this merchandise 
from Canada, and the respective amounts for each of them? Presented June 18, 
1917. — Mr. VerviUe Not printed. 

208. Return to an Order of the House, of the 3rd February, 1916, for a return showing the 

itemized disbursements of Ward Fisher, Inspector of Fisheries for Western Nova 
Scotia, for the year 1912, amounting to $388.40, and the year 1913, amounting 'to 
$1,009.84. Presented June 18, 1917. — Mr. Law Not printed. 

209. Return to an Order of the House, of the 23rd April, 1917, for a copy of all papers, 

documents, petitions, memoranda, correspondence, etc., with the Government of British 
Columbia or any member thereof with the Fishery Officers of the Marine and Fisheries 
Department resident in said Province, and with any Company, person or persons 
relating to prohibition of the export of British Columbia salmon since January 20, 
1913. Presented June 18, 1917. — Mr. McKenzie Not printed. 

210. Statement of Amount and Price of Commodities purchased and sold (including export 

and home consumption) by Cold Storage Companies in Canada from January 1 to 
December 1, 1916. Presented by Hon. Mr. Crothers, June 18, 1917 Not printed. 

210a. Report of W. F. O'Connor, K.C., Acting Commissioner re Cost of Living, concerning 
Cold Storage Conditions in Canada. Presented by Hon. Mr. Crothers, July 13, 1917. 

Printed for distribution and sessional papers. 

210b. Copy of Order in Council, P.C. 2021, dated 23rd July, 1917, recommending the further 
investigation into the premises, books, papers and records of the William Davies 
Company, Limited, and Matthews-Blackwell, Ltd., as disclosed by the report of W. 
F. O'Connor, Acting Commissioner on the Cost of Living, on the subject of cold 
storage conditions in Canada, and appointing G. F. Henderson, A. B. Brodie and 
Geoffrey Clarkson with all the powers of EJxam'iners under Part I of the Inquiries 
Act to inquire into the books, papers, etc., of the said companies; also to recommend 
in writing to the Minister of Labour a standardized system of costs accounting appli- 
cable to the cold storage business by which the net profits of cold storage companies 
in Canada may from time to time be readily ascertained. Presented by Hon. Mr. 
Crothers, July 25, 1917 Not printed 

211. Return to an Order of the House, of the 11th June, 1917, for a copy of all correspon- 

dence, telegrams, requests, petitions and other papers in the possession of the 
Department of Trade and Commerce relating to providing a supply of salt for the 
fisheries of the Maritime Provinces. Presented by Sir George Foster, June 22, 1917. 

Not piinted. 

212. Copy of Order in Council, P.C. No. 1725, dated the 25th June, 1917, creating the 

position of Director of Coal Operations for the southeastern coal fields of the Province 
of British Columbia and the suthwestem coal fields of the Provin<;e of Alberta, known 
as District IS. And also, — Copy of Order in Council, P.C. No. 1726, dated the 2.')th 
June, 1917, appointing W. H. Armstrong, of the City of Vancouver, Director of Coal 
Operations under the provisions of the above Order in Council, P.C. 'No.^ 1725, dated 
25th JuiK?, 3917. Presented by Sir Robert Borden, June 23, 1917 Not printed. 

212«. Return to an Order of the House, of the 14th May, 1917, for a copy of all lertters, 
reports, conrvmunications and documents passing between the Minister of Labour and 
the Department of Labour and the otficials of District No. 18, United Mine Workers 

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of Alberta, ami the officials of the Alberta and Eastern British Columbia Coal Oper- 
ators' Association, concerning the requests made by the Miners for an increase in 
wages due to the increase in the cost of living, between September 1, 1916, and the 
present time. Presented July 12, 1917. — Mr. Buchanan Not printed. 

213. Return to an Order of the House, of the 13th June, 1917, for a Return showing: — 1. 

How many battalions of infantry left Canada with the First Contingent? 2. The 
number, and the designations of the different units of artillery which left with the 
First Contingent? 3. The number and the designation of the different medical corps 
which left Canada with the First Contingent? 4. The number and the designation 
of all the other units which left with the First Contingent? 5. The names, rank and 
duties of the supernumerary officers who left with the First Contingent. Presented 
June 26, 1917. — Mr. Lachance Not printed. 

214. Return to an Address to His Excellency the Governor General, of the 30th May, 1917, 

for a copy of all correspondence, letters, ciibles and other documents exchanged 
between the Imperial Government or any of its membeTS or officials with the 
Canadian Government or any of its members or officials, relative to the question of 
the proposed legislation by the Imperial Parliament to validate certain Acts and 
proceetlings of the Legislature of British Columbia. Presented June 27, 1917. — Mr. 
Macdonald Not printed. 

215. Return to an Order of the House, of the 4th June, 1917, for a copy of all correspondence 

between the Chief of the Hansard Translation Staff of the House, the Clerk of the 
House and the Speaker, since April 19, 1917, to date. Presented June 28, 1917. — 
Mr. Lemieux Not pri^itcd. 

216. Return to an Order of the House, of the 27th March, 1916, for a return showing the 

amounts paid by the , Federal Government from the 1st July, 189'6, to the 1st 
October, 1911, to the following newspapers: Le Canada, La Presse, La Patrie, Le 
Pays, of Montreal, La Vigie and Le Soleil, of Quebec. Presented June 28, 1917. — 
Mr. Boulay \Not printed. 

217. Return to an Order of the House, of the 3rd May, 1917, for a Pi^eturn showing the 

number of employees of the following Departments after 1896, and after 1911. 
respectively, viz. : — Inland Revenue, Interior, Public Works, Marine and Fisheries, 
Militia and Defence, Labour and Department of Trade and Commerce. Presented 
June 28. 1917. — Mr. Boulay Not printed. 

218. Return to an Order of the House, of the 7th May, 1917, for a Return showing the 

number of returned soldiers who have been given employment in the various depart- 
ments of the Government. Presented June 28, 1917. — Mr. Lemieux . . ..Not printed. 

219. Return to an Order of the House, of the 25th June, 1917, for a copy of the reports made 

by the Penitentiary Surgeons in connection with the release from Penitentiary of 
Edward Levi Baugh. Presented July 4, 1917. — Mr. Murphy Not printed. 

220. Return to an Order of the House, of the 2lst May, 1917, for a return giving the names 

and salaries of employees of the Interior and Indian Departments, (o) Inside Service 
and (b) Outside Service, who volunteered for overseas service, and who were paid 
their full civil salary in addition to their military pay and allowances. 

Those who volunteered for overseas service and who were paid a sufficient portion 
of their civil salary in addition to their military pay and allowances to bring their 
pay up to the amount of their civil salary. 

Those who volunteered for overseas service and who received consideration 
(staling consideration) on account of their civil employment in addition to their 
military pay and allowances. 

Those who volunteered for overseas service and who do not receive any con- 
sideration on account of their civil employment in addition to their military pay and 
allowances. Presented July 5, 1917. — Mr. Oliver Not printed. 



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■ CONTENTS OF VOLUME 21— Continued. 

221. Report of Special Trade Commission to Great Britain, France and Italy, May- 

September, 1916. Presented by Sir George Foster, July 5, 1917 Not printed. 

222. Return to an Order of the House, of the 13th June, 1917, for a Return showing: — 1. The 

total expenditure connected with Agriculture by the Federal Government in each of 
the fiscal years from 1904^05 to 1916-17, inclusive. 2. How much money was set 
apart by the Agricultural Aid Act of 1912 to assist the Provincial Departments of 
Agriculture to improve and extend their work? 3. How much of above amount was 
given to each Province, and what was accomplished in each Province as a result of 
such alSsistance? 4. How much money was set apart by the Federal Government under 
the Agricultural Instructions Act of 1913, and under the provisions of the said Act 
what amounts were respectively allotted each year to the several Provinces? 5. 
What the general purpose of said Act is, and to what extent that purpose has been 
made effective in each Province. Presented July 5, 1917. — Mr. Edwards. 

Printed for sessional papers only. 

223. Return to an Order of the House, of the 11th June, 1917, for a Return showing: — 1. 

Whether Mr. Giard, ex-M.P.P. for Compton, is an employee of the Government" 2. If 
so, since when? 3. The number of employees under his orders and their respective 
names? 4. What salary does said Giard receive? 5. The salary of each employee 
under his charge? 6. Whether he has bought, for the Government, any animals for 
breeding purposes? 7. If so, how many, and the price paid for each? 8. Where these 
animals were bought? 9. How many of them have been rejected or returned to the 
Government or to Mr. Giard? 10. If any have been refused or returned, why? 11. 
Where the said breeding animals are at present? 12. What the Government or the 
Department of Agriculture intends to do with the animals so refused and returned to 
Mr. Giard? Presented July 5, 1917. — Mr. Gauvreaii Not printed. 

224. Return to an Address to His Excellency the Governor General, of the Slst January, 

1917, for a copy of all documents, letters, messages, correspondence, reports and 
jyarticu'larly an Order in Council dated 6th December, 1898, respecting the exemption 
from military service of the Doukhobors. Presented by Hon. Mr. Roche, July 9, 1917. 
— Mr. McCraney Not printed. 

225. Return to an Address to His Excellency the Governor General, of the 31st January, 

1917, for a copy of all Orders in Council and other documents on file in the Depart- 
ment of Marine and Fisheries relating to the requisitioning of Canadian ships by the 
Canadian Government. Presented July 11, 1917. — Mr. Sinclair Not printed. 

2261 Return to an Order of the House of the 7th June, 1917, for a return showing the number 
of recruiting officers which have been appointed in the province of Quebec, with the 
names, addresses, nature of functions and salaries of the same. Presented July 11, 
1917. — Mr. Carvell Not printed. 

226^. Return to an Order of the House of the ISth June, 1917, for a return showing: — l. The 
names and addresses of the parties on Prince Edward Island who have been engaged 
or who are now engaged in recruiting for the army and navy or doing other work of a 
like military character, since August, 1914. 2. The remuneration or pay each of the 
said parties receives and the allowance given for travelling or other expenses. 3. The 
total amount each person has received up to the 1st of June, 1917. Presented July 31, 
1917.— 3/r. Hughes (P.E.I.) Not printed. 

227. Return to an Order of the House of the 12th April, 1916, for a return showing: 1. How- 

many clerks there are in the Post Office Department who belong to and are paid from 
the outside service vote, and who work in the inside service. 2. The names of said 
clerks. 3. Salary paid to each. 4. How long each has been in the service of the 
Department. 5. If, all or any of the clerks have passed any examination. If so, what 
examination, and on what date or dates. Presented July 14. — Mr. Turriff. .Not printed. 

228. Copy of a memorandum presented by the Southern Slav Committee to the representatives 

of the Brlti.sh Dominions, setting f(^th the alms and aspirations of the Jugo-.slavs 
(Serbs, Croats and Slovens) subject to Austro-Hungarian rule. Presented by Sir 

Robert Borden, July 20, 1917 Not printed 

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CONTENTS OF VOLUME 21— Continued. 

229- Claims made by Minister of Justice relating to payment of duties by certain provinces. 
(Senate.) Not printed. 

230. Copy of Report of Honourable Sir Ezekiel McLeod, Chief Justice of the Province of New- 

Brunswick, and the Honourable Louis Tellier, retired Judge of the Superior Court of 
the Province of Quebec, Commissioners appointed under the Inquiries Act of Canada, 
being Revised Statutes of Canada, 190G, Chapter 104 and Amending Acts, by virtue 
of an Order in Council passed on the 6th June, 1917, whereby the said Commissioners 
were empowered and directed to conduct an inquiry and investigation for the purpose 
of reviewing and considering the evidence taken by Mr. Justice Gait, a Commissioner 
appointed by the Lieutenant-Governor of Manitoba on the 15th day of July, 1916, to 
investigate and report upon certain matters of concern to the Local Government of the 
said province, in the execution of such Commission, and to review and consider his 
reports and findings on such evidence ; and to report whether such evidence sustains 
or supports the findings of the said Commissioner, as set forth in such reports, in so 
far as they reflect upon or prejudicially affect the honour or integrity of the Hon. 
Robert Rogers or the honesty of his dealings or transactions. Presented by Hon. 
Mr. Doherty, July 27, 1917.. ..Printed for distrihution — Members and Senators only. 

230". Copy of evidence, exhibits, etc., in respect to the Report of Honourable Sir Ezekiel Mc- 
Leod, Chief Justice of the Province of New Brunswick, and the Honourable Loui.': 
Tellier, retired Judge of the Superior Court of the Province of Quebec, Commissioners 
appointed under the Inquiries Act of Canada, being Revised Statutes of Canada, 1906, 
Chapter 104 and Amending Acts, by virtue of an Order in Council passed on the 6lii 
June, 1917, whereby the said Commissioners were empowered and directed to conduct 
an inquiry and investigation for the purpose of reviewing and considering the evidence 
taken by Mr. Justice Gait, a Commissioner appointed by the Lieutenant-Governor of 
Manitoba on the loth day of July, 1916, to investigate and report upon certain matters 
of concern to the Local Government of the said province, in the execution of such Com- 
mission, and to review and consider his reports and findings on such evidence ; and to 
report whether such evidence sustains or supports the findings of the said Commissioner 
as set forth in such reports, in so far as they reflect upon or prejudicially affect the 
honour or integrity of the Hon. Robert Rogers, or the honesty of his dealings or 
transactions. Presented by Hon. Mr. Doherty, August 9, 1917 Not printed. 

231. Return to an Order of the House of the 13th June, 1917, for a copy of all correspond- 

ence, letters, telegrams and other papers relating to a contract for carrying mails 
between Grand River and Fourchu, in the County of Richmond, Nova Scotia, in the 
years 1916 and 1917. Presented July 28, 1917. — Mr. Kyte Not printed. 

232. Return to an Order of the House of the 30th April, 1917, for a copy of all papers, letters, 

telegrams and documents relative to the purchase of land in Vancouver, B.C., for the 
purpose of an armoury, since January 1, 1913. Presented July 30, 1917. — Mr. Mac- 
donald Not printed. 

233. Return to an Order of the House of the 1st February, 1917, for a return showing: — 1. 

The names and present rank of all appointees as Chief Recruiting Officers or as District 
or Special Recruiting Officers, not local or regimental, made since the beginning of the 
war. 2. The dates of their respective appointments. 3. The ages and vocations of 
respective appointees. 4. The name of military organization, if any, in which appointees 
had previously served. 5. The rank of appointees while serving in any military orga- 
nization. 6. Whether the services of any of these appointees have been dispensed with. 
7. If so, their names, and dates on which they were retired. Presented July 31, 1917. — 
Mr. Turriff Not printed. 

234- Return to an Order of the House of the 31st January, 1917, for a return showing: — I. 
The date of the last order given by the Government to the Ross Rifle Company. 2. The 
number of rifles ordered. 3. Whether a recommendation of the British Army Council 
for the utilization of existing Canadian facilities in manufacturing the new and im- 
proved Lee-Enfield was received by the Government. 4. The date of the recommenda- 
tion, and when it was received. 5. Whether the recommendation has been acted upon. 

Presented July 31, 1917. — Mr. Turriff Not printed. 

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CONTENTS OF VOLUME 21— Continued. 

235. Return to an Order of the House of the 20th June, 1917, for a return showing: — 1. The 

names of the members of the military staff at North Vancouver. 2. Their respective 
duties or occupations. 3. The rank and rate of pay of each. 4. The amount that has 
been paid to each. 5. Upon what date or dates the members of the said staff enlisted, 
and how long they have been attached to the staff. Presented July 31, 1917. — Mr. 
Murphy 7\ot printed. 

235a. Return to an Order of the House of the 21st June, 1917, for a return showing the names, 
rank, pay, and nature and place of employment of all officers attached to headquarters 
at Halifax and the various departments of the military service or connected in any way 
with Military Division No. 6. Pre.sented August 2, 1917. — Mr. Tobin. . . .l^ot printed. 

236. Return to an Order of the House of the ISth July, 1917, for a return giving a list of the 

different Commissions created since the beginning of the war, concerning the soldiers, 
their pensions, hospitals, etc., showing the names of the various Commissioners who have 
comprised said Commissions. Presented July 31, 1917. — M?-. Boulay Not printed. 

237- Copy of Financial Statements in respect to the Canadian Northern Railway System : 1. 
Balance Sheet, 30th June, 1916. 2. Statement of Securities Issued and Fixed Charges, 
30th June, 1917. 3. Statement of Liabilities, 15th June, 1917. 3a. Statement of Equip- 
ment Account. 4. List of Securities for Loans. 5. Gross and Net Earnings, 30th June, 
1917. 6. Comparison of Earnings, 1915, 1916 and 1917. 7. Statement re Capital Ex- 
penditure and Betterments, year ending 30th June, 1917. 8. Mileage. And also, — 
Statements showing bonds, etc., authorized, issued and outstamdiing, and net proceeds 
therefrom; interest payable during the period July 1, 1917, to June 30, 1918; and 
estimated cash requirements for period July 1, 1917, to June 30, 1918, in respect to the 
Grand Trunk Railway and Grand Trunk Pacific Branch Lines. Presented by Sir 
Robert Borden, July 20, 1917 Not printed. 

237"- Copy of Mortgage Deed of Trust securing an issue of $45,000,000 of Canadian Northern 
Railway securities, guaranteed by the Dominion Government, issued under the legisla- 
tion of 1914. Also, — Copy of Mortgage Deed dated 26th June, 1916 — The Canadian 
Northern Ontario Railway Company to His Majesty the King — securing certain 
advances from a loan of $15,000,000 made by His Majesty to the Canadian Northern 
Railway Company. And also, — Copy of Audit of Revenue and Expenditure Accounts 
of the Canadian Northern Railway System for the months of May, June, July, August, 
.September, October, November and December, 1916, and for Januafy and February, 
1917. Presented by Sir Thomas White, August S, 1917 Not printed. 

2371'- Statement of amounts advanced by the Government of Canada to the Canadian Northern 
Railway Company on interest account to date. And also, — Financial Statements of the 
Canadian Northern Railway, as follows : — 1. Interim Condensed Balance Sheet as at 
April 30, 1917. 2. Statement of estimate of cost to complete lines and terminals under 
construction and financial provision for same. 3. Statement of Contractors' and other 
Construction accounts outstanding, 30th June, 1917. 4. Memorandum re unsold lands. 
5. Estimate of amount required for betterments and rolling stock for three years. Pre- 
sented by Sir Thomas White, August 13, 1917 Not piinted. 

238. Copy of Order in Council, P.C. 1S81, dated 19th August, 1916, rec nmcnding that in the 

case of officers, warrant officers and non-commissioned ofllcers reverting to lower ranli 
in order to proceed to the front, no reduction in separation allowance or pension shall 
be made. And also, — Copy of Order in Council, P.C. 2008, dated 20th July, 1917, can- 
celling Order in Council, P.C. 1615, dated 13th June, 1917, aTid amending Order in 
Council, P.C. 1881, dated 19th August, 1916, in respect to separation allowances and 
pensions to those reverting to lower rank, in order to proceed to the front. Presented 
by Sir Edward Kemp, August 2, 1917 Not printed. 

239. Return to an Order of the House of the 30th July, 1917, for a copy of all correspondence 

exchanged between the Board of Trade of the City of Quebec and the Prime Minister 
on the subject of the Report of the Special Commission on Railway.s. Presented 

August 2, 1917. — .Sir Wilfrid Lauricr No,t printed. 

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CONTENTS OF VOLUME 21— Contmued. 

240. Return to an Order of the House of the 13th June, 1917, for a statement showing the 

travelling expenses of Maurice LeBlanc, general foreman of the Department of Public 
Works, Bonaventure County, since his appointment to date. Presented August 8, 1917. 
— Mr. Marcil {Bonaventure) Not printed. 

241. Return to an Order of the House of the 30th April, 1917, for a copy of all letters, peti- 

tions, correspondence and telegrams exchanged between the Government, the resident 
engineer and all other persons concerning the dredging work done at Ste. Anne de 
Bellevue, Pointe Fortune, Ottawa River channel between lie au Foin and He Paquin, 
Graham channel, Rigaud channel, Hudson Heights channel. He Perrot Church, He 
Perrot South wharf and He Perrot North wharf, since 1904. Also a statement show- 
ing the amounts paid to different persons or companies for such work, giving the dates 
of payment,^ along with a copy of the estimates already brought down at my request 
regarding the above, previous to 1904. Return to an Order of the House of the 30th 
Ajiril, 1917, for a copy of all letters, petitions, correspondence, telegrams and reports 
exchanged between the Government, the resident engineer of the district, and all other 
persons, concerning the dredging work done since 1904 at the wharf of He Perrot 
North, South and the Church, Dorion Bay channel, Vaudreuil Village channel, Pointe 
Cavagnal, Como, Hudson Heights channel, Graham channel, Rigaud River channel, 
Ottawa River, lies aux Poires channel, Pointe Fortune and Ste. Anne de Bellevue chan- 
nel. Also a statement showing, the amount of money paid to divers persons, com- 
panies, etc., for such works, along with copy of statements already presented at my 
request in connection with the same work, previous to 1904. Presented August 8, 1917. 
— Mr. Boyer Not printed. 

242 Return to an Order of the House of the 14th May, 1917, for a copy of all letters, peti- 
tions, correspondence, telegrams and reports received by the Government since Sept- 
^ ember, 1911, to the present day, in any way referring to the extension and repairs to 
Finlay Point wharf. Presented August 8, 1917. — Mr. Chishohn Not printed. 

243. Return to an Order of the House of the SOth April, 1917, for a copy of all correspondence 

in the possession of the Department of Public Works bearing date after September 1, 
1915, relating to wharves, breakwaters and other public works situate in the County of 
Antigonish, Nova Scotia. Presented August 8, 1917. — Mr. Sinclair Not printed. 

244. Return to an Order of the House of the 7th May, 1917, for a copy of all documents, 

correspondence, reports, accounts, pay-lists, etc., in connection with the work done on 
the Government wharves at Cross Point, Miguasha, St. Omer and New Carlisle, Quebec, 
since 1912. Presented August S, 1917. — Mr. Marcil (Bonaventure) Not printed. 

245. Return to an Order of the House of the 14th May, 1917, for a copy of all letters, peti- 

tions, correspondence, telegrams and reports received by the Government since Sep- 
tember, 1911, to the present day, in any way referring to the wharf at Marble :Moun- 
tain. Presented August 13, 1917. — Mr. Chishohn Not printed. 

246. Return to an Order of the House of the 14th May, 1917, for a copy of all letters, peti- 

tions, correspondence, telegrams and leports received by the Government since Sep- 
tember, 1911, to the present day, in any way referring to the c itension of the pier at 
Margaree Harbour. Presented August 13, 1917. — Mr. Chishohn Not printed. 

246«- Return to an Order of the House of the 14th May, 1917, for a copy of all letters, peti- 
tions, correspondence, telegrams and reports received by the Government since Sep- 
tember, 1911, to the present day, in any way referring to the breakwater at Margaree 
Harbour. Presented August 13, 1917. — Mr. Chishohn Not printed. 

247. Return to an Order of the House of the 14th May, 1917, for a copy of all letters, peti- 

tions, correspondence, telegrams and reports received by the Government since Sep- 
tember, 1911, to the present day, in any way referring to the Port Hood wharf. 

Presented August 13, 1917.— Mr. Chishohn Not printed. 

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CONTENTS OF VOLUME 21— Coritinued. 

248. Return to an Order of the House of the 14th May, 1917, for a copy of all letters, peti- 

tions, correspondence, telegrams and reports received by the Government since Sep- 
tember, 1911, to the present time, in any way referring to the opening of Inverness 
Harbour. Presented August 13, 1917. — Mr. Chisholm Not printed. 

249. Return to an Order of the House of the 23rd April, 1917, for a copy of all papers, docu- 

ments, petitions, memoranda, correspondence, etc., with reference to the Government 
of the Dominion of Canada building competing telephone lines in British Columbia 
paralleling lines already in operation of the Okanagan Telephone Company, liimited. 
Presented August 13, 1917. — Mi: Carvell Not printed. 

250. Return to an Order of the House of the 30th April, 1917. for a copy of all correspondence 

in the Department of Public Works bearing date after September 1, 1915, relating to 
wharves, breakwaters and other public works in the County of Guysborough, Nova 
Scotia. Presented August 13, 1917. — Mr. Sinclair Not printed. 

251. Return to an Order of the House of the 30th April, 1917, for a copy of all papers, records 

and other documents concerning the reference by the Dominion Government to the 
quesition relating to the exclusive right of fishing in the tidal waters of the province 
of Quebec. Presented August 15, 1917. — Mr. Lemieux Not printed. 

252. Return to an Order of the House of the 9th July, 1917, for a return showing the names 

of all persons employed in connection with the Office of the Commissioner of Live Stock 
in the Province of Saskatchewan, showing the salaries and expenses paid them ; and 
also showing the number of stallions and bulls placed in Saskatchewan when the said 
office was established. Presented August 15, 1917. — Mr. Thomson {Qu'Appelle). 

Not printed. 

253. Return to an Order of the House of the 14th May, 1917, for a copy of all letters, tele- 

grams and reports between the Department of the Naval Service of the Department of 
Marine and Fisheries, and any and all persons in connection with the seizure of certain 
fishery boats, fishing tackle and equipment being used in the illegal fishing of lobsters 
in the Straits of Northumberland in the fall of 1916, together with a copy of the 
evidence taken before one M. G. Teed, Esquire, acting as a commissioner to inquire into 
this matter, and his report and finding thereon. Presented August 16, 1917. — Mr. Copp. 
" Not printed. 

254. Return to an Order of the House of the 30th July, 1917, for a copy of all correspondence 

between the Department of Militia and Defence of Canada, the War Purchasing Com- 
mission of Canada, and the British War Office, concerning a target practice rod or the 
use of same by the Canadian Expeditionary Force. Presented August 20, 1917. — Mr. 
Maclean (Halifax) Not printed. 

255. Return to an Order of the House of the 7th June, 1917, for a return showing: — 1. 

Whether the Department of Agriculture supply thoroughbred bulls for improvement of 
stock to applicants for the same. 2. If so, if any such bulls have been sent into the 
County of Dorchester, Quebec, and when. 3. At whose request these bulls were sent, 
and if they belonged to the Department of Agriculture. 4. If so, on what condition 
they were supplied. 5. From whom the department purchased the animals referred to. 
6. The price paid. 7. If any official of the Department of Agriculture has made an 
investigation as to where these bulls are at the present time. 8. If so, the substance 
of their report. 9. Whether the said bulls are being used for t/ie purpose for which 
they were intended. Presented August 21, 1917. — Mr. Lanctot Nol printed. 

256. Return to an Order of the House of the 1st August, 1917, for a return showing the 

amount which has been paid to the Sydney Daily Post, newspaper, by all the depart- 
ments of the Government for printing and advertising, since the 1st of November, 1911. 
I'resented August 21, 1917. — Mr. Kyle Not printed. 

257. Return to an Order of the House of the 1st August, 1917, for a return showing the gro.ss 

amount paid to the Halifax Herald, the Evening Mail, Halifax, and the Royal Print 
and I^lthographing Company, Halifax, by all the departments of the Government for 
printing, advertising and all ether services since November 1, 1911. Presented August 
21. 1917.— .Wr. Sinclair Not printed. 

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CONTENTS OF VOLUME 21— Continued, 

258. Return to an Order of the House of the ISth June, 1*917, for a copy of all accounts, 

papers, claims and correspondence regarding demands put forward by all persons %vho 
have claimed to have sustained loss or damage by the fire in the Parliament Buildings 
in February, 1916. Presented August 21, 1917. — Mr. Lanctot Not printed. 

259. Return to an Order of the House of the 14th May, 1917, for a copy of all communications, 

letters, reports, petitions and other documents on behalf of the Physicians and Medical 
Associations of this country, asking for the repeal of The Proprietary or Patent Medi- 
cine Act and the presentation of a new Act on the matter in order to render more 
efficient the control of these medicine preparations, and to add on the prohibition list 
such drugs or medicines as are generally dangerous to health and conducive to certain 
criminal practices. Presented August 21, 1917. — Mr. Lapoinle (.Kamouraska). 

Not printed. 

260. Copy of correspondence between the Honourable Robert Rogers and the Right Honour- 

able Sir Robert Borden, Prime Minister, with reference to the resignation of the former 
as Minister of Public Works of Canada. — {The Senate.) Not printed. 

261. Return to an Order of the Senate dated the 11th day of July, 1917, for a Statement 

showing the number of officers and men of the Canadian Expeditionary Force who have 
been classed as unfit for military service ; whether the military authorities have given 
consideration to the possibility of utilizing the services of those men in a secondary 
capacity ; whether those who have been classed as unfit continue to draw military pay ; 
the number who have deserted from the various units between 1st October, 1914, and 
1st June, 1917 ; and the number discharged from the various units since 1st October, 

1914. — (The Senate.) Not printed. 

262- Return to an Order of the Senate, dated 7th June last, for a return showing: — 1. The 
name and rank of each person who at the outbreak of the war in August, 1914, was an 
oflficer, commissioned or provisional, of the 78th Regiment (Highlanders), of Pictou 
County, Xova Scotia. 2. The length of time each of such persons was attached to said 
regiment. 3. (a) The name of each of said officers who joined the Canadian Overseas 
Forces. (b) The unit to which he was attached, (c) The rank with which he was 
attached, {d) The date at which he was attached. 4. The name of each person who 
since the outbreak of war became attached as provisional officers to said 78th Regiment 
and the date at which such person became attached and his rank. 5. (a) The name of 
each of the officers referred to in paragraph 4 who joined the Canadian overseas forces, 
(b) The unit to which he was attached, (c) The rank with which he was attached, 
(d) The date at which he was attached. 6. The name of each of the officers referred 
to in each of the foregoing paragraphs who were in active service at the fighting front, 
the units with which they served, and the length of time they served. 7. Particulars 
as to each of the said officers showing where each one was on May 1, 1917, to what unit 
he was attached, and what his rank was at that time. S. If any of these officers have 
gone to the fighting front since May 1, state name, unit, rank and date. — {The Senate.) 

Not printed. 

263. Part return to an humble Address of the Senate to His Excellency the Governor General, 

dated the 8th instant, showing all the correspondence between the Department of 
Militia and Defence and Clarence J. McCuaig ; also, between the same and the first 
Purchasing Committee appointed by Sir Robert Borden, of wliich the Honourable 
Robert Rogers was Chairman, and between the said Clarence J. 2vl-^Cns.ig and the Com- 
mittee of which the Honourable Sir Edward Kemp is or was Chairman, or with any of 
the members of the said committee. — {The Senate.) Not r>rinted. 

264. Eighth Annual Report of the Commission of Conservation for the fiscal year ending ;ilst 

March, 1917. Presented by Hon. Mr. Burrell, September 1, 1917 Not printed. 

265. Return to an Order of the House of the 30th August, 1917, for a return showing: — 1. The 

number of additional buildings and offices that have been rented by the various depart- 
ments of the Government in the City of Ottawa during the calendar years, 1914, 1915, 
1916 and 1917. 2. The names of the lessors, the length of the lease and the respective 
rentals of said buildings. 3. What department in each case is occupying said premises. 
Presented September 3, 1917. — Mr. Sinclair Not printed. 

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CONTENTS OF VOLUME 21— Continued. 

266. Return to an Order of the House of the 11th July, 1917, fo a copy of all correspondence 

and other documents relating to the granting to beam trawlers registered in the United 
States the privilege of using ports in the Province of Nova Scotia for the purchasing 
of supplies, the shipping of men, etc., without license therefor as required under the 
modus videndi. Presented September 3, 1917. — Mr. Kyte Xot printed. 

267. Copy of contract dated Sth March, 1917, between His Majesty the King and Wallace 

Shipyards, Limited, for the construction and delivery of one wooden auxiliary sailing 
ship. Also, — Copy of contract dated 1st June, 1917, between His Majesty the King and 
Lamond and Harrison for the construction and delivery of one wooden auxiliary sailing 
ship. Presented by Hon. Mr. Cochrane, September 3, 1917 Not printed. 

268. Return to an Order of the Senate, dated the 15th day of June last, for a return made to 

an Order of the House of Commons, of the 7th February, 1916, for a copy of all corre- 
spondence and reports on the claims of Sealers of British Columbia under the last 
treaty with the American Republic, and all papers connected therewith. — (The Senate.) 

Not printed. 

269. Copy of Order in Council, P.C. 2245, dated 3rd September, 1917, appointing the Deputy 

Minister of Justice, Oliver Mowat Biggar, of the City of Edmonton, John H. Moss, of 
the City of Toronto, Louis Loranger, of the City of Montreal, and Lt.-Col. H. A. C. 
Machin, of the Town of Kenora, Ont., a council to advise and assist in the administra- 
tion and enforcement of the Military Service Act, 1917, to be known as the Military 
Service Council. Presented by Sir Robert Borden, September 4, 1917.. ..Not printed. 

270. Return to an Order of the House of the 21st May, 1917, for a copy of all reports, letters, 

telegrams, correspondence and any other papers in connection with the question of 
locating the 210th Battalion at Regina and Moosejaw respectively during the winter 
of 1916-17. Presented September 6, 1917. — Mr. Knowles Not printed. 

271. Return to an Order of the House of the 14th May, 1917, for a copy of all letters, corres- 

pondence, telegrams and reports received by the Government since September, 1911, 
to the present day, in any way referring to the appointment of a man in charge of the 
storm signals at Grand Etang and Margaree Harbour. Presented September 6, 1917. — 
Mr. ChisJiohn Not printed. 

272. Return to an Order of the House of the 7th May, 1917, for a return showing the different 

rural mail routes established in the constituency of Qu'Appelle since the 1st day of 
January, 1916, showing their location and date of establishment. Also, a list of all 
rural mail routes now being established or under consideration at the present time in 
the same constituency. Presented September 7, 1917. — Mr. Thomson (Qu'Appelle). 

Not printed. 

273. Return to an Order of the House of the 6th March, 1916, for a copy of all telegrams, 

letters, petitions and documents of all kinds in any way referring to the change in the 
Inverness-Margaree mail route from the west to the east of the Margaree river, from a 
point at Margaree Forks to Chapel Bridge. Presented September 7, 1917. — Mr. Chis- 
holm Xot printed. 

274. Copy of Order in Council, P.C. 2199, dated 10th August, 1917: Puks and Regulations 

enacted in lieu of the Classification, Rules and Regulations contained in Order in Coun- 
cil, P.C. 1296, of the loth May, 1917, in respect to War badges for members of the 
Canadian Expeditionary Force. Presented by Sir Edward Kemp, September 13, 1917. 

Not printed. - 

275. Copy of Order in Council, P.C. 2552, dated 13th September, 1917, recommending that 

Certilicates of Naturalization may be issued under the Naturalization Act, 1914, to 
alien enemies who have resided for many years in Canada, on its being shown that 
they are clearly in symijathy with the United Kingdom and its allies in the present war, 
and that they have no pro-German or other alien enemy aJTiliations or connections. 

Pres<nted by Sir Robert Borden, September 14, 1917 Not printed. 

44 



7-8 George V Alphabetical Index to Sessional Papers A. 1917 



CONTENTS OF VOLUME 21— Concluded. 

276. Copy of Canada Gazette dated 12th September, 1917, containing a list and location of 

Local Tribunals established to hear and decide applications for certificates of exemption 
from Military Service. Presented by Hon. Mr. Doherty, September 14, 1917. 

Not printed. 

277. Copies of Orders in Council, dated 15th September and 17th September, 1917, respectively, 

appointing Registrars for the Provinces of British Columbia, New Brunswick, Quebec, 
Saskatchewan, Manitoba, Ontario, Alberta and Prince Edward Island, under the provi- 
sions and for the purposes of the Military Service Act, 1917. Presented by Sir Robert 
Borden, September 17, 1917 Not printed. 

278. Return to an Address to His Excellency the Governor General of the 2nd May, 1917, for 

a copy of all Orders in Council, letters, telegrams, etc., to or from any employee of the 
Government in reference to the improvement and equipment of the life-saving station 
at Whitehead, Guysborough County, N.S. Presented September 17, 1917. — Mr. Maclean 
(Halifax) Not printed. 

279. Return to an Order of the House of the 14th May, ]917, for a copy of all letters, peti- 

tions, correspondence, telegrams and reports received by the Government since Sep- 
tember, 1911, to the present day, in any way referring to the dredging and building of 
piers at Mabou Harbour. Presented September 19, 1917. — Mr. Maclean (Halifax). 

Not printed. 

280. Return to an Order of the House of the 13th August, 1917, for a return showing: — 1. The 

different amounts paid for commissions and expenses in connection with the flotation 
of the different loans made by Canada since 1914. 2. The respective amounts paid in 
connection with each loan. Presented September 19, 1917 — Mr. Macdonald. 

Not printed. 

281. Return to an Order of the House of the 5th September, 1917, for a copy of all corre- 

spondence, letters, telegrams, petitions, etc., in any way referring to an application 
for a public wharf at Chimney Corners, Inverness County, N.S. Presented Septeinber 
19, 1917. — 3Ir. Chisholm Not printed. 

282. Return to an Order of the House of the 29th August, 1917, for a return showing copies 

of all accounts, memoranda, vouchers, telegrams, letters, etc,, in reference to payments 
to George H. Boyce, of Windsor, N.S., District Foreman of Public Works Department, 
since his appointment to office. Presented September 19, 1917. — Mr. Maclean (Halifax). 

Not printed. 

283. Return to an Order of the Senate dated the 1st day of March, 1916, showing a copy of 

all correspondence between the Government and the British Columbia Boards of Trade, 
and also between the Government and the Canadian Manufacturers' Association, in 
reference to the request made by the British Columbia Boards of Trade for the appoint- 
ment of a Dominion Customs Officer at the Port of New York. — (Senate.). 

Not printed. 

284. Part return to an humble Address of the Senate, dated the 14th of August, 1917, to His 

Excellency the Governor General, for a return showing the name of every judge of the 
Supreme, District and County Courts in all the provinces of Canada, for the year 1916, 
together with a statement of the moneys paid to each of such judges for that year for 
(a) salaries; (b) travelling expenses; (c) allowances of all kinds; (d) for services 
as Commissioners; (e) and any other payments; and also, showing the names of 
judges who have performed services as Commissioners, or in any other public capacity 
without compensation. — (Senate.) Not printed. 

285. Return to an humble Address of the Senate, dated the 9th August, 1917, to His Excel- 

lency the Governor General, showing all the documents relating to the purchase by the 
Militia Department of " Bonnie Bel Air " from W. T. Rodden, Esq., a part of number 
nine (9) on the official plan and book of reference of the Parish of Lachine and 
specially the report of the lawyers who examined the titles. — (Senate.) . . . .Not printed. 

45 



7 GEORGE V SESSIONAL PAPER No. 11 A. 1917 



REPORT 



OF THE 



DEPARTMENT OF CUSTOMS 



CONTAINING THE 



TABLES OF IMPORTS, EXPORTS AND NAVIGATION 



OF THE 



DOMINION OF CANADA 

FOR 

THE FISCAL YEAR ENDED MARCH 31 

1916 

COMPILED FROM OFFICIAL RETURNS 

PRINTED BY ORDER OF PARLIAMENT. 




OTTAWA 

PRINTED BY J. de L. TACHfi, 
PRINTER TO THE KING'S MOST EXCELLENT MAJESTY 

1916 

[No. 11—1916] 



7 GEORGE V SESSIONAL PAPER No. 11 A. 1917 



To Field Marshal His Royal Highness Prince Arthur William Patrick Albert, 
Duke of Connaught and Strathearn, K.G., K.T., K.P., etc., etc., etc., Governor 
. General and Commander in Chief of the Dominion of Canada. 

May it Please Your Royal Highness: — 

The undersigned has the honour to present to Your Royal Highness the 
Annual Report of the Department of Customs, containing Tables of Imports, 
Exports and Navigation of the Dominion of Canada for the Fiscal Year ended 
March 31, 1916, as prepared from official returns and laid before me by the 
Commissioner of Customs. 



All of which is respectfully submitted. 



Ottawa, October 5, 1916. 



J. D. REID, 

Minister of Customs. 



7 GEORGE V SESSIONAL PAPER No. 11 A. 1917 



Customs Department, 

Ottawa, June 7, 1916. 
Hon. J. D. Reid, 

Minister of Customs. 

I have the honour to hand you the Annual Report of the Department of 
Customs, containing Tables of Imports, Exports and Navigation of the 
Dominion of Canada for the fiscal year ended March 31, 1916. 

I have the honour to be, sir, 

Your obedient servant, 

JOHN McDOUGALD, 

Commissioner of Customs. 



7 GEORGE V 



SESSIONAL PAPER No. 11 



A. 1917 



INDEX TO TABLES. 



No. of 

State- 
ment. 



Subject. 



Description. 



13 

14 
14 
15 

15 
16 



18 



19 
20 



21 

22 

2.3 
23 

24 

25 

26 



Imports and Exports. 
.A-ggregate Trade 



Exports. 
Imports. 



Revenue. 



" percentage. . . 
Imports and Exports. 

Shipping 

Importa and Ex-ports. 



Imports. 
Exports. 



Revenue. 
Imports.. 



Imports and Exports 
Im.ports and Exports 



Imports. 



Exports. 
Imports. 



Exports. 



Imports and Exports. 
Warehousing 



Transhipment 

Imports and Exports. 



PART I. 

C0MPAR.\TrV'E T.\BLES. 

Total Exports, Imports, Goods entered for Consumption and 
Duty collected from 1868 to 1916 .-.■... 

Total Trade (entered for Consumption and Exported by 
Countries. 1873 to 1916) 

Total Trade, Imports and Exports, 1868 to 1916 

Total Exports by Countries, 1873 to 1916 

Total value of Goods entered for Consumption by Countries, 
1873 to 1916 

Total Duty 'Collected by Countries, 1873 to 1916 

Percentage of Duty on Imports, percentage expense of collec- 
tion, 1868 to 1916 

Comparative Statement of Imports and Exports, showing 
percentage excess of Imports over Exports, etc., 1868 to 
1916 

Total Vessels built, registered and sold, and Total Tonnage 
entered Inwards and Outwards since Confederation 

Comparative Statement by Ports: Exports, and Imports 
entered for Consumption, 3 years 

Articles entered for Consumption by principal ports 

Articles expoptcd from principal ports ■ . 



T.^BLES FOR Fiscal Yeah, 1916. 

Statement of Customs Duties collected at each Port and 
Outport, 1916 

Summary Statement, Dutiable, 1916 

Free, 1916 

Statement of Imports from Countries embraced in the 
British Empire and other Countries, 1916 

Statement of Goods entered for Consumption, 1915 and 1916 

Statement of Imports and Exports from and to the West 
Indies, 1916 

Dominion Abstract, value of Imports by Countries, 1916 
(Dutiable and Free) and Exports (Home and Foreign 
products) 

Abstract by Countries, value of Goods Imported and 
entered for Consumption, 1916 

Abstract by Countries, value of Exports from Canada, 1916 

Abstract of Food, Raw, Manufactured and Miscellaneous 
articles G.B. "Brit. Poss., other," and foreign countries 
1916 

Abstract of Food, Raw, Manufactured and Miscellaneous 
article* G.B. "Brit. Poss., other," and foreign countries, 
1916 

Summary Statement of Exports, showing Home and For- 
eign produce 

Statement of Goods Exported, 1915 and 1916 

Statement of Exports to Countries embraced in the British 
Empire and all other Countries 

Value of Goods Imported and Exported via United States 
Ports, 1916 .' 

Statement of the Value of Goods remaining in Warehouse 
1914. 1915 and 1916 

Statement of Transhipment trade at Montreal 

Value of Goods Imported and Exported via St. Lawrence 



CUSTOMS DEPARTMENT 



7 GEORGE V, A. 1917 



No. of 

State- 
ment. 



20 
21 



Subject. 



General Imports. 



General Exports. 



Shipping. 



INDEX TO TABLES— Conduced. 



Description. 



PART II. 



General Statement of Imports by Countries, Dutiable 

" " " Free 

Abstract by Countries, value of Goods Imported and enter- 
ed for Consumption 

General Statement of Exports (Home and Foreign products) 
by Countries 

Abstract by Countries of Total Exports 

Statement of Vessels entered Inwards from Sea, by Ports 
and Outports , 

Abstract by Countries of Vessels entered Inwards from Sea. 

Statement of Vessels entered Outwards for Sea, by Ports and 
Outports 

.\bstract by Countries of Vessels entered Outwards for Sea. 

Summary Statement of Sea-going Vessels entered and 
cleared by Ports 

Statement of the Nationalities of Sea-going Vessels 

Summary of Sea-going Vessels entered Inwards and Out- 
wards 

Summary Statement of all Vessels arrived and departed. . 

Trade with each Country by Ports, and Nationality of Ves- 
sels Inwards 

Summary Statement of Vessels Inwards from Sea, by Coun- 
tries and Nationalities 

Trade with each Country by Ports, and Nationality of Ves 
sels, Outwards 

Summary Statement of Vessels Outwards for Sea, by Coun- 
tries and Nationalities 

Statement of intercourse by Inland Navigation, between 
Canada and United States, Inward 

Statement of intercourse by Inland Navigation, between 
Canada and United States, Outwards 

Summarj' Statement of Inland Navigation, Inwards and 
Outwards 

Statement of Vessels employed in the Coasting Trade 

" " built and registered 



Page 
Part II. 



2 
258 

310 

314 
383 

386 
392 

396 
400 

404 
408 

409 
409 

410 

440 

442 

472 

474 

478 

481 
482 
494 



7 GEORGE V SESSIONAL PAPER No. 11 A. 1917 



EXPLANATORY NOTES 

In Genekal Statement No. 1 (Pt. II) of Imports and Goods entered for 
Consumption, the term "Entered for consumption" is the technical 
term in use at the custom-house, and does not imply that the goods have 
been actualty consumed in Canada, but that they have passed into the 
possession of the importer and that duty 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 same were exported directly to Canada." 

In General Statement No. 3 (Pt. ii) 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 deliver- 
ed at the "frontier port 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 
General 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. 
The value of "Goods not the Produce of Canada" is the actual cost of such 

goods. 
The initials n.e.s. mean "not elsewhere specified." 
The initials n.o.p. mean "not otherwise provided for." 
The expression "ton" means two thousand pounds, and "cwt." one hundred 

pounds. 
The expression "standard hundred" when applied to deals, means, 2,750 feet 

board measure. 
The expression "ton," applied to square timber, means 40 cubic feet. 
In the shipping tables the tonnage is given in net tons. 



7 GEORGE V SESSIONAL PAPER No. 11 , A. 1917 



ERRATA. 

Part I, page 67, Windsor, N.S., should read: — 

Windsor, N.S S16,012 27 

Cheverie 30 39 

Hantsport " 1 , 106 02 

Maitland 123 26 

Noel 6 82 

Walton 22 25 



$17,301 01 



Part II, page 34, 1st item, omit "Cocoa Butter". 

Part II, page 170, 4th item from bottom: — 

United States Imports value should read S2,482. 

Part II, page 315, 7th item from top, Lead pig: — 
"United Kingdom" should read "Hong Kong". 

Part II, page 321, 3rd item from top: — 

New Zealand should read 1,872 lbs. for S738. 
Newfoundland should read 600 lbs. for S84. 



7 GEORGE V SESSIONAL PAPER No. 11 A. 1917 



PART 1 

TABLES OF THE TRADE AND 
NAVIGATION 



11— i— 1 



7 GEORGE V 



SESSIONAL PAPER No. 11 



A. 1917 



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



Total 
Exports. 



Total 
Imports. 



Entered 

for 

Consumption. 



Duty. 



Fiscal year ended June 30, 1868 
1869 

" 1S70 

" 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 

1312 

1913 

1914 

19 5 

1916 



57, 

60, 

73, 

74, 

82, 

89, 

89, 

77, 

80, 

75, 

79, 

71, 

87, 

98, 

102, 

98, 

91, 

89, 

85, 

89, 

90, 

89, 

96, 

98, 

113, 

118, 

117, 

113, 

121, 

137, 

164, 

158, 

191, 

196, 

211, 



$ 

567, 

474, 
573, 
173, 
639, 
789, 
351, 
886, 
966, 
875, 
323, 
491, 
911, 
290, 
137, 
085, 
406, 
238, 
251, 
515, 
203, 
189, 
749, 
417, 
963, 
564, 
524, 
638, 
013, 
950, 
152, 
896, 
894, 
487, 
640, 



225,849, 
213,-521, 
203,316, 
256,586, 
205,277, 
280,006, 
261,512, 
301,358, 
297, 196, 
315,317, 
393,2.32, 
478,9 7, 
490,808, 
882,872, 



781 
490 
618 
663 
922 
928 
979 
435 
393 
667 
255 
458 
823 
203 
804 
496 
.361 
314 
811 
000 
167 
149 
296 
372 
352 
949 
803 
852 
253 
683 
905 
723 
632 
286 

724 

235 

872 

630 

197 

606 

159 

529 

365 

250 

057 

928 

877 

502 



73,459,644 

70,415,165 

74,814,339 

96,092,971 

111,430,527 

128,011,281 

128,213,582 

123,070,253 

93,210,346 

99,327,962 

93,081,787 

81.964,427 

86,489,747 

105,330,840 

119,419,500 

132,254,022 

116,397,043 

108,941,486 

104,424,561 

112,892,236 

110,894,630 

115,224,931 

121,858,241 

119,967,6.38 

127,406,068 

129,074,268 

123,474,940 

110,781,682 

118,011,508 

119,218,609 

140,323,0.53 

162, 764,. 308 

189,622,513 

190,415,525 

212,270,158 

241,214,961 

259,211,803 

266,834,417 

294,286,015 

2-59,786,007 

370,786,525 

309,756,608 

391,8.52,692 

472,247,540 

559,320,544 

692,032,392 

650,746,797 

629.444,894 

564,505,796 



71,985,306 

67,402,170 

71,237,603 

86,947,482 

107,709,116 

127,514,594 

127,404,169 

119,618,6.57 

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 

1-30,698,006 

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 

.375,8.33,016 

461,951,318 

547,482,190 

675,517,045 

633,692,449 

587,439,304 

542,077,361 



$ cts. 



8,819, 
8,298, 
9,462, 
11,843, 
13,045, 
13,017, 
14,421, 
15,361, 
12.833, 
12,548, 
12,795, 
12,939, 
14,138, 
18,500, 
21,708, 
23,172, 
20,164, 
19,133, 
19,448, 
22,469, 
22,209, 
23,784, 
24,014, 
23,481, 
20,-550, 
21,161, 
19,379, 
17,887, 
20,219, 
19,891, 
22,157, 
25,734, 
28,889, 
29,106, 
32,425, 



431 63 
909 71 
940 44 
655 76- 
493 50- 
730 17 
882 67' 
382 12^ 
114 48- 
451 09 
693 17 
540 66 
849 22 
785 97 
837 43 
308 97 
963 37 
558 99 
123 70 
705 83 
641 53 
523 23 
908 07 
069 13 
581 53 
710 93 
822 32 
269 47 
037 32 
996 77 
788 49 
228 75 
110 13 
979 89 
532 31 



37,110,354 59 
40,954,-349 14 
42,024,339 92 
46,671,101 18 



40,290, 

58,331, 

48,059, 

61,024, 

73,312, 

87,576, 

115,063, 

107, 180, 

79,205, 

103,940, 



171 70 
074 04 
791 93 
239 21 
367 59 
036 52 
687 93 
578 33 
910 27 
100 86 



9 months change of fiscal year. 



CUSTOMS DEPARTMENT 



7 GEORGE V, A. 1917 

Xo. 2. — Aggregate Trade of the Dominion by Countries on the basis of Goods 
entered for Consumption and Exported. 



Fiscal 
Year. 



United 
Kingdom. 



United 
States. 



France. 



Germany 



Spain. 



Portugal. 



Italy. 



Holland. 



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 . 

*1907. 

1908.. 

1909 . 

1910 

1911 

1912 

1913 

1914 

1915 

1916 . 



107, 
108, 
100, 
81, 
81, 
83, 
67, 
80, 
97, 
95, 
99, 
87, 
83 
82, 
89, 
79, 
80, 
91, 
91, 
106, 
107, 
107, 
92, 



266,624 
083,642 
379,969 
457,737 
139,708 
372,719 
288,848 
307,286 
335,378 
871,802 
197,682 
154,242 
284,482 
143,828 
534,079 
383,705 
422,515 
743,935 
328,384 
254,984 
228,906 
256, 123 
988,727 



99 
106 
137 
1.36 
152 
148 
166 
190 
179 
162 
202 
169 
229 
204 
244 
246 
268 
316 
3.54 
301 
543 



670,030 
639,690 
499,735 
151,978 
526,098 
,347,120 
533,983 
099, 222 
368,950 
,301,480 
,289,527 
717, 174 
443,627 
,428,319 
,984,407 
,901,573 
,760,435 
,7.32.000 
,393,642 
919,044 
,190,0.36 



89,803,204 
90,524,060 
80,717,803 
78,003,492 
77,087,914 
73,876,437 
70,904,720 
62,696,857 
73, ,570,337 
96,229,763 
97,701,056 
89,. 333, 366 
86,903,935 
81,436,808 
82,767,265 
91,053,913 
94.0.59,844 
92,814,783 
94,824,352 
92,125,599 
102,144,986 
88,844,040 
95,932,197 

103,022,434 

111,022,513 

124,410,926 

138,140,687 

178,463,401 

182,867,238 

192,004,734 

203,. 389, 119 

223,599,447 

240,142,642 

273.668,-593 

234, 964,. 509 

324,173,325 

272,631,127 

336, 652,. 587 

404, 331,. 540 

476,889.112 

608,251,944 

611,245,464 

644,0 6.2.53 

718,918,685 



2,055,195 
2,569,712 
2,154,065 
2,394,812 
1,730,062 
1.754,394 
2,247,066 
1,928,670 
2,294,043 
2,922.931 
2,934,210 
2,160,804 
2.239,890 
2,509,581 
2,415,001 
2,642,557 
2,562,893 
2,894.154 
2,565.877 
2,770,173 
3,096,164 
3,081,950 
2,920,456 

3.392.482 

3.292,047 

5,000,613 

5,447,017 

5.743.272 

6,979,352 

8,061,042 

7,921,647 

7,804,453 

8,570,437 

9.788,078 

8,108,984 

11,708,641 

11,. 373, 531 

12,750,192 

14,-345,865 

13,868,369 

17.944,-367 

18,087,097 

23.044.891 

42,0.35,283 



1,176,478 

1,022,428 

839,442 

608,355 

404,918 

521,580 

552,999 

532,028 

1,019,198 

1,6.33,118 

1,942.851 

2,171,346 

2,385,344 

2,408,821 

3,672,985 

3,563,106 

3,836,173 

4,286,136 

4,336,232 

6,526,228 

4,576,224 

7,887,594 

5,421,135 

6,688,990 

7,538,800 

7,421,462 

9,613,025 

10,099,401 

9, 162,957 

13,515,747 

14,380,336 

9,994,827 

7,842,068 

8,859,871 

6,-541,513 

10,-5.37,6,54 

7,536,917 

10,4-36.421 

12,710,357 

14,904,919 

17.016.941 

19,019.9.59 

7,248,996 

86,-304 



502,966 
459,027 
390,784 
445,151 
340,757 
325,245 
394,445 
297,245 
446,337 
570,301 
749,897 
648,569 
481,910 
432,540 
481,289 
427,249 
420,794 
392,294 
555,917 
489,652 
387,861 
445,567 
436,580 

445,592 

436,984 

578,462 

593,660 

647, 157 

897,893 

856,793 

962,497 

963,674 

779,482 

984,477 

9-34,469 

1,2-33,571 

979,5-36 

1,071,719 

1,182,690 

1,387,775 

1,-307.-598 

1,416,1.32 

1,467,128 

1,2-52,023 



266, 18S 
294,007 
236,790 
199,195 
175,425 
145,941 
161,258 
201,652 
165,4^7 
201,6.56 
243,192 
240, 235 
227,096 
301,927 
204,671 
2.30,397 
238,106 
291,811 
191,148 
155,479 
135,482 
126,469 
115,921 

88,262 

82,337 
135, 154 

92,937 
187,801 
181,707 
234,874 

9 ,376 
210,053 
227,281 
218,202 
282,622 
194,121 
171,116 
200, 253 
274,468 
.329,932 
-392. .391 
.332,862 
1,004,093 
264,360 



229,657 
236,296 
214,366 
183,199 
242,942 
205, 171 
181,933 
623,295 
234,723 
256,841 
322,554 
322,499 
255,712 
215,298 
245,560 
235,816 
186, 186 
244,545 
322,808 
490,839 
661,403 
511,631 
415,919 

287,676 

333,512 

495,023 

.520,684 

405,029 

642, 424 

963,641 

8-37,555 

642,891 

819,610 

769,610 

807, 347 

1,131,3-36 

2,-382,112 

1,722,906 

1,341,418 

,431,913 

2,319,-304 

2,745,643 

3,313,709 

ll,6.')3,.5-59 



*9 montlis. 



i TRADE AND yAYIGATION 5 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 11 

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



Fiscal 
Year. 



Belgium. 



364,456 
534, 153 
337,674 
374,880 
318,724 
805,692 
219,461 
837,897 
671,267 
645,568 
611,112 
746,528 
551,645 
517,472 
927,580 
505,800 
595,496 
763, 146 
728, 120 
573,244 
,268,551 
,258,692 
693,019 
018,789 



1,518,218 
2,204,054 
3,168,136 
4,421,716 
6,634,592 
4,156,049 
4,950,732 
4,255,930 
3,514,994 
4,175,238 
3,553,137 
5,758,128 
5,829,033 
6,139,980 
6,387,798 
7,418,641 
8,829,175 
9,310,319 
5,135,322 
394, 077 



New- 
foundland 



4,609,552 
2,657,547 
2,806,055 
2,675,477 
2,753,748 
2,767,347 
2,280,823 
2,002,261 
2,175,773 
2,468,432 
2,953,273 
2,701,120 
2,022,073 
2,139,301 
2,072,946 
1,945,426 
1,791,496 
1,655,400 
2,218,911 
2,503,963 
3,247,903 
3,633,154 
3,065,046 
2,333,721 

2,144,874 

2,632,184 

2,335,323 

2,804,748 

2,886,067 

3,498,482 

3,714,157 

3,975,418 

4,528,326 

4,972,281 

3,708,200 

5,185,987 

5,190,721 

5,438,571 

5,693,035 

6,126,200 

6,785,116 

6,611,551 

5,726,336 

6,648,822 



West 
Indies. 



1,163,425 
6,086,529 
6,139,910 
5,291,433 
5,031,667 
4,397,996 
4,753,099 
6,489,257 
6,962,516 
7,018,956 
7,494,291 
6,726,486 
5,698,057 
5,266,042 
4,017,593 
5,870,149 
6, 138, 109 
5,808,189 
6,360,926 
7,638,846 
7,390,377 
7,121,172 
8,681,622 
4,707,243 

4,322,230 

3,829,346 

4,398,902 

4,202,119 

4,707,677 

5^72,747 

6,021,294 

8,397,290 

10,039,302 

9,944,179 

6,935,876 



844,390 
626,749 
284,809 
603,170 
391,818 
814,434 
501,695 
507,373 
281,199 



South 
Aineriea. 



1,701,633 
1,686,508 
1,064,593 
975, 762 
656,591 
669,804 
745,830 
1,073,421 
1,369,731 
2,314,779 
2,954,628 
2,756,371 
2,802,042 
2,111,029 
2,625,066 
2,487,240 
2,813,587 
2,555,849 
1,782,950 
1,905,346 
2,099,356 
2,264,677 
1,610,470 
2,063,145 

2,026,085 

2,505,195 

2,631,635 

2,423,994 

2,567,278 

3,440,987 

4,532,008 

5,613,612 

6,916,171 

9,425,735 

8,814,147 

7,555,644 

8,262,369 

961,629 

482,760 

363,540 

881,135 

046,555 

708,498 

855, 782 



China 

and 
Japan. 



1,709,856 

1,263,728 

694,472 

971,314 

455,755 

486,244 

505,513 

931,457 

1,430,734 

1,635,717 

1,750,642 

1,970,541 

2,528,369 

2,495,703 

2,819,584 

2,261,155 

2,048,712 

2,161,816 

2,202,102 

3,300,108 

2,766,712 

3,065,768 

2,906,574 

3,339,429 

3,300,331 

2,829,890 

3,194,849 

2,749,759 

3,149,591 

2,555,462 

2,440,999 

3,134,959 

3,990,776 

3,684,769 

3,001,144 

4,611,199 

4,405,402 

4,892,218 

4,255,948 

4,015,357 

6,137,859 

5,579,724 

5,159,252 

6,468,457 



SwitzcH'- 
land. 



120,514 

139,674 

116,128 

56, 168 

69,066 

61,178 

94,781 

94,225 

141,789 

268,093 

336,040 

242,380 

217,666 

203,085 

219,777 

194,938 

166, 905 

316,923 

244,319 

193,033 

258,464 

276,065 

260,040 

332,405 

223,192 

157,003 

571,526 

529, 976 

603,397 

780, 1' 3 

952, 326 

1,392,895 

1,776,405 

2,042,635 

1,609,063 

2,752,443 

2,195,342 

2,614,038 

3,125,583 

3,477,524 

4,312,054 

4,361,520 

3,995,701 

4,504,220 



Other 
Countries 



$ 

1,099,998 
927,743 
1,153,082 
1,764,483 
1,471,734 
1,366,532 
1,291,709 
1,314,429 
1,644,170 
2,134,932 
1,706,595 
2,078,676 
1,989,280 
2,363,014 
2,841,913 
2,016,480 
3,167,496 
3,162,393 
3,685,842 
5,168,657 
4,465,666 
4,220,266 
3,059,444 
3,771,454 



882,830 
201,156 
215,018 
726, 187 
113,487 
161,301 
255, 103 
679, 770 
288,038 
119,602 
736,927 
023,736 
189,991 
093,973 
293,881 
227, 277 
573,517 
513,952 
966, 900 
775,697 



Total. 



$ 

217,304,516 
216,756,097 
197,505,636 
175,699,653 
172,175,876 
170,523,244 
151,832,863 
159,693,807 
189,902,420 
214,786,133 
221,222,820 
199,587,140 
191,948,388 
184,854,009 
195,155,200 
193,050,143 
198,862,817 
209,514,733 
211,762,420 
230,942,318 
240,269,382 
230,618,932 
218,891,312 
231,601,334 

249,244,274 

294,850,689 

312,948,498 

372,699,039 

377,725,620 

414,431,881 

459,640,240 

464,985,567 

465,242,426 

546,947,437 

462,532,079 

638,435,222 

559,718,116 

677,191,545 

759,147,683 

862,799,440 

1,068,749,102 

1,112,690,377 

1,078,248,181 

1,424,949,863 



*9 months. 



CUSTOMS DEPARTMENT 



7 GEORGE V, A. 1917 



No. o. — ^Showing the grand aggregate trade from 1868 to 1916 inclusive on the 
basis of "Total Exports and Imports." 



Years. 



Total Exports. 



Total Imports. 



Grand Total, 

Imports and 

Exports. 



1868... 

1869. . . 

1870... 

1871... 

1872. . . 

1873... 

1874.., 

1875.. 

1876.. 

1877.. 

1878... 

1879.. 

1880.. 

1881.. 

1882. . 

1883.. 

1884.. 

1885.. 

1886.. 

1887.. 

1838.. 

1889.. 

1890.. 

1891.. 

1892. . 

1893.. 

1894.. 

1895. . 

1896.. 

1897.. 

1898.. 

1899.. 

1900.. 

1901.. 



1902.. 

1903.. 

1904. 

1905., 

1906. 

*1907. 

1908., 

1909.. 

1910 

191! 

1912 

1913. 

1914 

1915 

1916.. 



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 
87,911,548 
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 
113,963,375 
118,. 564, 3.52 
117,524,949 
113,63S,803 
121,013,8.52 
137,950,2.53 
164,152,683 
158,896,905 
191,894.723 
196,487,632 

211,640,2S6 

225,849,724 

213,521,2.35 

203,316,872 

256,. '86, 630 

205,277,197 

280,006,606 

261,512,159 

.301,3.58,529 

297,196,365 

315,317,250 

393,232,057 

478,997,928 

490,808.877 

882,872,502 



73,459,644 
70,415,165 
74,814,339 
96,092,971 
111,430,527 
128,011,281 
128,213,-582 
123,070,283 
93,210,346 
99,327,962 
93,081,787 
81,964,427 
86,489,747 
105,330,840 
119,419,500 
1.32,254,022 
116,397,043 
108,941,486 
104, 424,. 561 
112,892,236 
110,894,630 
115,224,931 
121,858,241 
119,967,638 
127,406,068 
129,074,268 
123,474,940 
110,781,682 
118,011,508 
119,218,609 
140,323,053 
162,764,308 
189,622,513 
190,415,525 

212,270,158 

241,214,961 

259,211,803 

266,834,417 

294,286,015 

259,786,007 

370,786,525 

309,756,608 

391,852,692 

472,247,540 

559, 320,. 544 

692,032,392 

650,746,797 

629,444,894 

564,505,796 



131,027,532 
130,889,946 
148,387,829 
170,266,589 
194,070,190 
217,801,203 
217,565,510 
200,957,262 
174, 176, 78 i 
175,203,355 
172,405,454 
153,455,632 
174,401,205 
203,621,663 
221,556,703 
230,339,826 
207,803,539 
198,179,847 
189,675,875 
202,408,047 
201,097,6.30 
204,414,098 
2 8,607,390 
218,384,934 
241,369,443 
247,638,620 
240,999,889 
224,420,485 
239,025,360 
257,168,862 
304,475,736 
321,661,213 
381,517,236 
386,903,157 

423,910,444 

467,061,685 

472,733,038 

470,151,289 

550,872,645 

465,063,204 

6.50,793,131 

571,268,767 

693,211,221 

769,443,905 

874,637,794 

1,058,264,449 

1,129,744,725 

1,120,253,771 

1,447,378,298 



*G months. 



i TRADE AXD NAriGATION 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 11 

No. 4. — \'alue of Exports by Countries. 



United 
Kingdom. 



United 
States. 



France. 



Germany 



Spain. 



Portugal . 



Italy. 



Holland. 



743,848 
003,882 
032,902 
723,477 
567,469 
941,539 
295,718 
846,062 
571,570 
274,461 
145,217 
736,227 
877,705 
.542,629 
571,846 
OS i , 984 
105, 126 
353,694 
280,858 
906,549 
080,493 
5.38,856 
858, 990 



66,690,288 
77,227,502 
104,998,818 
99,091,^55 
107,736,368 
105,328,956 
117,320,221 
131,202,321 
117,591,376 
101,958,771 
1.33,094,937 
105,135,801 
134,484,156 
133,745,375 
149,634,107 
136,965,111 
151,853,413 
177,982,002 
222,322,766 
211,758,863 
463,081,241 



42,072,526 
36,244,311 
29,911,983 
31,933,459 
25,775,245 
25,244,898 
27,165,501 
33,349,909 
36,866,225 
47,940,711 
41,668,723 
38,840,540 
39,752,734 
36,578,769 
37,660,199 
42,572,065 
43,. 522, 404 
40,522,810 
41,1.38,695 
38,988,057 
43,923,010 
35,809,940 
41,297,676 

44,448,410 

49,373,472 

45,705,336 

45,133,521 

63,619,023 

72,382,230 

71,197,684 

71,783,924 

72,772,932 

77,404,071 

97,806,5.52 

79,021,480 

113,520,500 

92, 604,. 357 

113,150,778 

119,396,801 

120,. 534, 634 

167,110,332 

200,4.59,373 

215, 409,. 326 

320,225,080 



31,907 
267,212 
212,76 
553,935 
319,330 
369,391 
714,875 
812,829 
662,711 
825, 573 
617,730 
390,9.55 
303,309 
5.34,363 
341,531 
397,773 
.3.34,210 
278,552 
2.53,734 
367,539 
264,047 
544,986 
3.35,282 

581,540 

690,696 

1,025^262 

1,557,722 

1,374,770 

1,581,331 

1,388,848 

1,341,618 

1,597,928 

1,-511,298 

2,120,091 

1,409,572 

1,806,732 

3,176,096 

2,640,648 

2,782,092 

2,123,705 

2,. 564, 603 

3,810,562 

14,595,705 

36,085,813 



76, 5.53 

65,511 

91,019 

125,768 

34,324 

122,254 

112,090 

82,237 

84,932 

153,114 

1.33,697 

195,575 

264,075 

2.53,298 

437,536 

198,543 

143,603 

.507, 143 

532,142 

942,698 

750,461 

2,046,052 

620,976 

757,531 

1,045,432 

1,837,448 

2,219,569 

1,715,903 

2,141,552 

2,692,578 

2,097,699 

1,819,223 

1,146,654 

1,872,557 

1,066,605 

2,374,607 

1,476,5.52 

2,501,191 

2,663,017 

3,814,914 

3, 402,. 394 

4,433,736 

2,162,010 



25,080 

960 

7,300 

9,417 

62,659 

47,816 

.50,596 

60,727 

46,653 

108,082 

164,925 

144,092 

132,695 

53,075 

72,020 

.52,317 

13,526 

69,788 

67,110 

93,476 

44,355 

.56, 274 

34,101 

83,814 

50,452 

89,675 

59,178 

8*6,456 

15-, 354 

161,823 

138,553 

98,578 

.50,223 

55,686 

48,315 

106,594 

45,682 

51,944 

27, 943 

114,564 

48,628 

63,999 

489,680 

634,998 



191,156 
193,463 
170,784 
127,540 
129,960 
104,028 
135,748 
165,885 
108,594 
149,744 
179,843 
172,252 
166,730 
245,450 
146, 528 
155,821 
166,021 
207,777 
120,611 
102,370 
83,f01 
79,363 
58,781 

41,666 

36,745 

87,835 

29,641 

115,016 

85,403 

105,495 

164, 184 

109,340 

128,993 

89,598 

1^4,438 

46,865 

48,833 

59,731 



70,390 
49,142 

55,481 

788,485 

.56,726 



177,232 

190,211 

170,408 

142,787 

213,6 '2 

151,861 

148,472 

163,787 

145, 997 

163,755 

218,113 

247, 1"1 

147,. 550 

108,601 

125,681 

55,090 

60,062 

81,059 

90, 999 

149,280 

87,387 

109, 188 

34,325 

56,75: 
108,627 

73,765 
125,265 
260,456 
315,063 
236,899 
295,770 
240,963 
198,973 
215,855 
352,842 
349,839 
1,620,773 
829,508 
379,270 
285,091 
605,719 
655,256 
1,840,910 
10,733,288 



13, 142 

14,905 

28,724 

30,816 

94,303 

53,750 

9,713 

102,592 

215, 754 

365, 108 

27,599 

15,500 

24,094 

7,587 

14,8.59 

378 

1,222 

1,042 

14,741 

567,879 

282, 69 

281,05^ 

140,264 

139,828 

104,422 

.376,439 

3 2,543 

188,199 

187,378 

320,141 

619,329 

1,0.35,327 

5.50,821 

824,768 

814,97/ 

855,085 

1,242,730 

1,937,852 

1,397,019 

1,782,7 6 

2,741,713 

5,508,806 

5,254,829 

2,563,626 



*9 months. 



CUSTOMS DEPARTMENT i 

7 GEORGE V, A. 1917 
No. 4. — Value of Exports by Countries — Concluded. 



Fiscal Year. 



Belgium. 



New- 
foundland 



West 
Indies. 



South 
America. 



China 

and 
Japan. 



Australia . 



Other 
Countries 



Total. 



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 

*1907 

1908 

1909 

1910 

1911 

1912 

1913 

1914 

1915 

1916 

*9 months 



17, 

240, 

59, 

13, 

66, 

49, 

40, 

688. 

258, 

142 

195 

287 

72 

6 

223 

17 

64 

41 

72 

56 

669 

708 

251 



754 
494 
563 
825 
912 
998 
430 
811 
433 
358 
705 
378 
385 
565 
729 
057 
756 
814 
672 
212 
040 
455 
402 



98,031 
354,584 
973,944 
849,413 
1,197,79S 
2,806,142 
2,444,450 
2,150,505 
1,126,417 
1,739,807 
1,565,166 
1,857,958 
3,377,479 
3,927,445 
2,900,092 
2,773,444 
3,732,222 
4,808,997 
4,819,843 
3,259,359 
334,762 



2,800,555 
1,569,079 
1, £01, 831 
1,900,891 
2,112,106 
2,094,682 
1,641,417 
1,510,300 
1,523,469 
1,974,923 
2,187,338 
1,920,450 
1,670,968 
1,754,980 
1,718,604 
1,523,827 
1,303,335 
1,185,739 
1,467,908 
1,750,714 
2,594,633 
2,818,592 
2,325,196 

1,782,309 

1,692,798 

2,167,860 

1,808,317 

2,144,070 

2,260,499 

2,381,082 

2,516,576 

2,898,751 

3,473,713 

3,213,856 

2,244,469 

3,408,518 

3,552,293 

3,970,952 

3,874,775 

4,284,313 

4,728,142 

4,770,200 

4,481,176 

5,071,0.38 



3,988,493 
3,778,796 
3,945,506 
3,675,320 
3,788,858 
3,414,147 
3,500,670 
3,544,103 
3,147,369 
2,995,572 
3,125,031 
3,119,569 
2,535,283 
2,121,570 
2,075,411 
2,601,486 
2,759,455 
2,719,141 
3,122,770 
3, 546, .559 
3, 14'), 708 
3,443,761 
3,725,426 

2,810,817 

2,643,360 

2,749,080 

3,043,963 

2,870,343 

2,905,937 

3,298,912 

3,642,176 

3,583,475 

4,401,115 

4,575,212 

3,527,153 

4,543,889 

4,534,446 

5,948,245 

6,567,307 

6,900,940 

6,237,468 

6,997,711 

0,418,479 

6,403,078 



1,285,434 

1,212,978 

785,797 

688,209 

651,625 

654,357 

741,442 

789,940 

732,111 

941,162 

1,489,957 

1,277,383 

1,461.206 

1,010,0.34 

1,426,660 

1,510,637 

1,488,999 

1,551,! 

1,063,172 

1,027,525 

1,326,743 

1,392,285 

1,303,474 

1,496,118 

1,405,359 

1,060,420 

1,4.56,051 

1,431,107 

1,519,190 

1,781,913 

2,542,056 

2,456,( 

2,880,552 

3,623,065 

3,584,329 

4,467,584 

3,478,476 

4,744,524 

5,149,771 

4,825,030 

4,352,278 

4,026,398 

2,114,370 

5,125,374 



*46,466 

39,222 

37,046 

23,075 

37,149 

102,568 

56,551 

37,546 

19,761 

106,675 

105,388 

60,979 

29,918 

63,118 

69,196 

1.32,448 

84, 174 

61,751 

78,791 

283,251 

341,140 

540, 849 

378, 160 

668,011 

903,922 

511,919 

425,350 

368,615 

699,569 

570,586 

501,057 

568,983 

1,520,053 

1,467,252 

890,425 

1,705,901 

1,778,666 

1,910,724 

1,149,810 

902,375 

1,881,558 

2,062,246 

1,333,404 

1,. 534, 722 



41,822 
98,733 
181,938 
79,643 
185,610 
370,723 
290,762 
139,901 
146,363 
340,608 
375,065 
502,181 
415,887 
259,960 
269,471 
446,019 
661,208 
471,028 
589, 100 
436, 603 
288,352 
322,745 
417, 124 

517,258 

1,418,28 

1,630,714 

1,506,138 

1,626,441 

2,311,405 

2,586,554 

2,929,861 

2,622,756 

2,194,223 

2,082,219 

1,998,968 

2,873,461 

2,769,049 

3,583,447 

3,925,592 

3^947,015 

3,996,387 

4,705,822 

5,552,686 

7,773,209 



277,954 
432,171 
349,411 
938,273 
836,151 
651 , 655 
587,270 
616,829 
580,881 
655,267 
451,473 
496,264 
383,822 
711,315 
362,540 
454,555 
481,051 
695,924 
523,993 
744,693 
683,413 
8.32,545 
8.53,626 

841,472 

894,593 

864, 168 

,218,374 

,160,158 

,807,623 

,153,000 

,924,050 

,898,578 

,157,605 

979,816 

169,865 

085,396 

511,386 

494,786 

056,325 

145,918 

722,644 

305,729 

349,595 

249,547 



89,789,f^22 
89,351,928 
77,886,979 
80,966,4.35 
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 
113,963,375 
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 

.30 1,358,. 529 

297,196,365 

315,317,250 

393,232,057 

478,997,928 

490,808,877 

882,S72,502 



i TRADE AM) yAYIGATION 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 11 

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



Fiscal 


United 


United 














Year. 


Kingdom. 


States. 


France. 


Germany. 


Spain. 


Portugal. 


Italy. 


Holland. 




S 


S 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


1873 


68,522,776 


47,735,678 


2,023,288 


1,099,92, 


477,886 


75,032 


52,425 


216,628 


1874 


63,0.6,43 


54,283,072 


2,302,500 


956,917 


45 ^ 067 


100,544 


46, 085 


256, 138 


1875 


60,347,067 


50,805,820 


1,941,298 


748.423 


383,484 


66.006 


43,958 


231,779 


1876 


40,734,260 


46,070,033 


1,840,877 


482,687 


436,034 


71.655 


40,412 


267,079 


1877 


39,572,239 


51,312,66: 


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 


ISSO 


34,461,224 


29,346,948 


1,115,841 


449,791 


236,518 


35,767 


459,508 


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 


248,043 


1883 


52,052,465 


56,032,333 


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 


349,215 


60,366 


108, 162 


337,785 


1886 


40,601,199 


44 858,039 


1,975,218 


2,155,523 


379,465 


56.477 


106,697 


301,972 


1887 


44,962,233 


45,107,066 


2,073,470 


3,2.35,449 


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 


84,0.34 


163,486 


232, 267 


1891 


42,047,526 


53,685,657 


2,312,143 


3,804,090 


488,807 


70,537 


241,809 


389,791 


1892 


41,348,435 


53,137,572 


2,402,6.34 


5,583,530 


396, 176 


53,109 


341,5.59 


278,288 


1893 


43,148,413 


58,221,976 


2.832,117 


3,825,763 


3i3,506 


52,481 


170,564 


373,858 


1894 


38,717,267 


53,0.34,100 


2,536,964 


5,841,542 


389.293 


47, 106 


402,443 


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 


230,917 


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 


534,482 


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 


49,213,762 


120,807,050 


6,672,194 


10,823,169 


694,970 


129,. 379 


726. 742 


875.615 


1908 


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 


100,71? 


401,928 


916.071 


1905 


60,342,709 


162,738,571 


7,059,135 


6,695,414 


729,259 


98,288 


620,6.37 


954.653 


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. 90S 


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 


1,426,335 


1909 


70,682,944 


180,026,5.50 


8,197,435 


6,0c0,365 


£33,854 


122,283 


761,339 


1,273,121 


1910 


95,350,300 


223,501,809 


10,109,544 


7.9.35,2.30 


1,019,77.0 


140,522 


893,398 


2.009.990 


1911 


109,936,462 


284,9.34,7.39 


11,563,773 


10,047,340 


1,154,747 


186,380 


962, 148 


1.820.578 


1912 


116,907,022 


356,354,478 


11,744,664 


11,090 005 


1,273,211 


259,542 


1,146,822 


2,423,902 


1913 


1.38,749,998 


441, 141,. 562 


15,379.764 


14,214.547 


1,258,970 


343,249 


1,713.585 


3,1C9,554 


1914 


1.32,070,876 


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 


617,025 


207,634 


920,271 


1,057,733 



*9 months. 



10 



CUSTOMS DEPARTMKNT 



7 GEORGE V, A. 1917 
No. 5. — Value of Goods entered for Consumption, by Countries — Concluded. 



Fiscal 
Year. 



Belgium. 



New- 
found- 
land. 



West 
Indies. 



South 
America. 



China 

and 
Japan. 



Switzer- 
land. 



Other 
Countries. 



Total. 



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 

*1907 

1908 

1909 

1910 

1911 

1912 

1913 

1914 

1915 

1916 

*9 months. 



348,702 
293,659 
278,311 
361,055 
251,812 
255,694 
179,031 
149,086 
412,834 
503,210 
415,407 
459, 1.50 
479,260 
510,907 
703,851 
488,743 
.530, 740 
721,332 
655,448 
517,032 
599,511 
550, 237 
441,617 
920,758 

1,163,632 

1,230,110 

2,318,723 

3,223,918 

3,828,450 

1,711,599 

2,800,182 

3,129,513 

1,775,187 

2,610,072 

1,695,179 

2,380,649 

1,901,588 

3,239,888 

3,614,354 

3,686,419 

4,020,178 

4,490,476 

1,875,963 

59,315 



1,8087997 
1,088,468 
904,224 
774,586 
641,642 
672,665 
6.39,406 
581,961 
652,304 
493,509 
765,935 
780, 670 
351,105 
384,321 
3.54,342 
421,-599 
488,161 
469,711 
751,003 
753,249 
653, 270 
814,-562 
739,8.50 
551,412 



452, 
464, 
527, 
660, 
625, 
117, 
197, 
076, 
054, 
758, 
463, 
777, 
638, 
467, 
818, 
841, 
056, 
841, 
245, 
577, 



2,174,932 
2,307,733 
2,194,404 
1,616,113 
1,242,809 
1,033,849 
1,252,429 
2,945,154 
3,815,147 
4,023,384 
4,-369,260 
3,606,917 
3,162,774 
3,144,472 
1,942,182 
3,268,653 
3,378,6.54 
3,089,048 
3,238,1-56 
4,092,287 
4,244,669 
3,677,411 
4,794,020 
1,896,426 



1,678, 
1,080, 
1,354, 
1,331, 
1,801, 
2,173, 
2,379, 
4,813, 
5,638, 
6,591, 
3,406, 
8,300, 
8,092, 
7,336, 
9,035, 
8,490, 
10,576, 
11,503, 
11,088, 
11,878, 



416,199 

473,-530 

278,796 

287,-5.53 

4,971 

15,447 

4,388 

283,481 

637,620 

1,-373,617 

1,464,671 

1,478,988 

1,340,830 

1,100,995 

1,198,400 

876,603 

1,324,588 

1,003,962 

719,778 

877,821 

772,613 

872,-392 

469, 172 

567, 027 

620, 250 

1,425,653 

1,175,584 

992,887 

1,048,088 

1,659,074 

1,989,952 

3,157,004 

4,035,619 

5,869,075 

5,229,818 

3,088,060 

4,783,893 

6,217,105 

7,. 334, 136 

10,. 5.33, 310 

10,528,857 

9,020.157 

9,-594,128 

12,730,408 



1,663,390 

1,224, .506 

657,426 

948,239 

418,606 

383,676 

448,962 

893,911 

1,410,973 

1,529,042 

1,645,254 

1,909,. 562 

2,493,451 

2,432,585 

2,750,388 

2,128,707 

1 , 964, 538 

2,100,065 

2,123,311 

3,016,8.57 

2,425,-572 

2,524,919 

2,528,414 

2,671,418 

2,396,409 

2,317,971 

2,769,499 

2,381,144 

2,4.50,022 

1,984,876 

1,9.39,942 

2,565,976 

2,470,723 

2,217,517 

2,110,719 

2,905,298 

2,626,736 

2,981,494 

3,106,138 

3,112,982 

4,256,301 

3,517,478 

3,825,848 

4,9.33,7-35 



120,514 

139,674 

116,128 

56, 168 

69,066 

61,178 

94,781 

94,225 

141,789 

208,093 

336,040 

242,380 

217,666 

203,085 

219,777 

193,838 

166,890 

316,523 

244,319 

192,365 

2-58,464 

274,825 

259,400 

332, 120 

222, 173 

349,678 

568,768 

529,176 

602,658 

765,010 

944,727 

1,389,000 

1,766,991 

2,012,405 

1,604,692 

2,734,779 

2,188,265 

2,603,8-58 

3,102,910 

3,458,006 

4,296,702 

4,314,805 

3,979,2.56 

3,-525,117 



780, 222 

396,839 

621,7-33 

746,567 

449,973 

344, 1.54 

413,767 

5.57,689 

916,926 

1,139,057 

880,057 

1,080,231 

1,189,571 

1,-391,7-39 

2,209,902 

1,117,006 

2,025,23' 

1,995,841 

2,-572,749 

3,988,029 

3,782,2-^3 

3,066,216 

1,789,334 

2,413,009 



571,545 
732,721 
493,264 
940,988 
995, 198 
436,920 
408,634 
062,331 
945,564 
799,228 
574,479 
082, 543 
926,853 
025, 920 
333,490 
1-59,062 
869,838 
549, 116 
081,064 
731,92) 



127,514,594 

127,404,169 

119,618,0-57 

94,733,218 

96,300,483 

91,199,577 

80,341,608 

71,782,349 

91,611,604 

112,648,927 

123,1-37,019 

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 

130,608,006 

154,051,593 

180,804,316 

181,237,988 

202,791,595 

233,790,516 

251,464,332 

261,925,554 

290,360,807 

2.57,2-54,882 

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 



TRMU-: A\n \.{VI(!ATIOy 



11 



SESSIONAL PAPER No. 11 



No. G.— Duty Collected. 



Fiscal 


Uniteil United . 


France. 


Germany. 


Spain. 


Portugal. 


Italy. 


Holland. 


Year. 


Kingcloin. States. 
















$ cts. 


S ctP. 


$ cts. 


$ cts. 


$ cts. 


$ cts. 


$ cts. 


S 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 


361,1.53 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 


1.57,287 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 


329,6.34 07 


1880.... 


6,737,997 05 


4,521,311 08 


427,937 89 


103,1.56 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 


372,3.35 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 


37,9.38 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 


1,0.58,095 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 


969,5.39 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 


1,364,1.59 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 


1,794,455 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 


216,9.33 42 


39,295 27 


123,388 07 


1,570,378 88 


1906... 


12,944,249 35 


22,187,102 94 


2,520,034 97 


1,852,5.38 47 


289,363 62 


44,716 82 


118,725 17 


1,620,711 72 


n907... 


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 


2,4.34,631 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 


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... 


20,756,810 71 


.37,854,727 80 


3,342,954 67 


2,1.53,180 04 


237,265 .35 


75,3.34 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 



*9 months. 



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13 



SESSIONAL PAPER No. 11 



No. 7. — Percentage of Duty on Total Value of Goods imported and entered for 
Consumption, Dutiable and Free; and percentage of expenses of collection 
of Customs Revenue in the Dominion of Canada, during each year from 
1868 to 1916, inclusive. 



Year. 



Percentage of duty 

on Total Value 

of Goods Imported, 

Dutiable and 

Free. 



Percentage of duty 

on Total Value 
of Goods entered for 

Consumption, 
Dutiable and Free. 



Percentage 
Expense of Collec- 
tion of Customs 
Revenue. 



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. 



1899.. 
1900.. 
1901.. 
1902.. 
1903.. 
1904.. 
1905.. 
1906. . 
♦1907. 
1908.. 
1909.. 
1910.. 
1911.. 
1912.. 
1913.. 
1914.. 
tl915. 
tl916. 



p.c. 

12-00 
11-78 
12-65 
12-32 
11-70 
10-17 
11-25 
12-48 
13-76 
12-63 
13-74 
15-78 
16-34 
17-56 
18-18 
17-52 
17-32 
17-55 
18-60 
19-87 
20-03 
20-60 
19-63 
19-52 
16-13 
16-39 
15-69 
16-14 
17-13 
16-68 
15-79 
15-81 
15-23 
15-28 
15-28 
15-38 
15-80 
15-75 
15-85 
15-51 
15-73 
15-51 
15-57 
15-52 
15-66 
16-63 
16-47 
15-92 
19-60 



p.c. 

12-25 

12-31 

13-28 

13-62 

1211 

10-20 

11-32 

12-83 

13-44 

13-03 

14-03 

16 10 

19-70 

20-19 

19-27 

18-82 

18-64 

18-61 

19-50 

21-24 

21-57 

21-65 

21-21 

20-06 

17-56 

17-38 

17-13 

16-99 

18-28 

17-87 

16-95 

16-70 

15-98 

16-06 

15-99 

15-87 

16-28 

16-04 

16-07 

15-66 

16-27 

16-11 

16-24 

15-87 

16 00 

17-03 

16-91 

17-39 

20-47 



p.c. 

05-99 

07-09 

05-41 

04-21 

04-04 

04-35 

04-55 

04-44 

05-61 

05-75 

05-58 

05-56 

05-04 

03-87 

03-33 

03-26 

03-96 

04-14 

04 10 

03-64 

03-81 

03-62 

03-63 

03-83 

04-39 

04-26 

04-75 

05-13 

04-43 

04-75 

04-37 

04-0 

03-71 

03-86 

03-62 

03-31 

03-31 

03-49 

03-31 

03-04 

03-30 

04-15 

03-32 

02-98 

02-78 

02-74 

03-59 

04-77 

03-55 



*9 months. 



fExclusive of coin and bullion, and including war tax. 



14 



CUSTOMS DEPARTMEXT 



7 GEORGE V, A. 1917 



No. 8. — Comparative Statement of the Values of the Imports and Exports into 

also percentage excess of Imports over Exports 







Imports. 






Exports. 




T?ic 


, 












r IS 
Ye 


ar. Merchandise. 






Merchandise . 1 










Coin 
and 
















Totals. 


Home 1 Foreign 


Coin. 


Totals. 




Dutiable. 


Free. 


Bullion. 




Produce. 


Produce. 








$ 


$ 


S 


•S 


•S 


$ 


? 


? 


1868 


. ... 45,2.50,395 


23,314,102 


4,895,147 


73,4-59,644 


48,504,899 


4,196,821 


4,866,168 


57,567,888 


1869 


. ... 44,081,-563 


22,086,373 


4,247,229 


70,415,165 


52,400,772 


3,8.55,801 


4,218,208 


60,474,781 


1870 


. ... 48,665,547 


21,813,263 


4,335,529 


74,814,339 


59,043,590 


6,527,622 


8,002,278 


73,573,490 


1871 


. ... 70,295,223 


23,064,654 


2,7.33,094 


96,092,971 


57,630,024 


9,853,244 


6,690,3.50 


74,173,618 


1872 


. ... 72,1.57,423 


36,519,3.55 


2,7-53,749 


111,430,-527 


65,831,083 


12,798,182 


4,010,398 


82,639,663 


1873 


. ... 74,217,954 


50,787,862 


3,005,465 


128,011,281 


76,-538,025 


9,405,910 


3,845,987 


89,789,922 


1874 


... 77,070,460 


46,919,840 


4,223,282 


128,213,582 


76,741,997 


10,614,096 


1,995,835 


89,351,928 


1875 


. ... 81,504,477 


39,355,717 


2,210,089 


123,070,283 


69,709,823 


7,137,319 


1,039,837 


77,886,979 


1876 


... 58,794,777 


32,195,458 


2,220,111 


93,210,346 


72,491,437 


7,234,961 


1,240,037 


80,966,435 


1877 


... 63,986,376 


33,167,497 


2,174,089 


99,-327,962 


68,030,546 


7,111,108 


733,739 


75,875,393 


1878 


... 61,700,190 


30,577,871 


803,726 


93,081,787 


67,989,800 


11,164,878 


168,989 


79,323,667 


1879 


... 57,0.52,042 


23,273,296 


1,639,089 


81,964,427 


62,431,025 


8,3-55,644 


704,. 586 


71,491,255 


1880 


... 68,895,483 


15,712,457 


1,881,807 


86,489,747 


72,899,697 


13,240,006 


1,771,755 


87,911,458 


1881 


... 85,516,908 


18,690,657 


1,123,275 


105,330,840 


83,944,701 


13,375,117 


971,005 


98,290,823 


1882 


93,339,930 


24,-575,827 


1,503,743 


119,419,-500 


94,137,6.57 


7,628,453 


371,093 


102,137,203 


1883 


... 100,827,816 


30,150,683 


1,275,-523 


132,254,022 


87,702,431 


9,751,773 


631,600 


98,085,804 


1884 


... 88,349,492 


25,839,885 


2,207,666 


116,397,043 


79,833,098 


9,389,106 


2,184,292 


91,406,496 


1885 


.. 79,614,108 


26,373,134 


2,9-54,244 


108,941,486 


79,131,735 


8,079,646 


2,026,980 


89,238,361 


1886 


75,. 536, 758 


25,277,246 


3,610,5-57 


104,424,561 


77,756,704 


7,438,079 


56,531 


85,251,314 


1887 


... 85,479,400 


26,880,618 


.5.32,218 


112,892,236 


80,960,909 


8,-549,333 


5,569 


89,515,811 


1888 


77,784.0.37 


30,935,121 


2,175,472 


110,894,6-30 


81,382,072 


8,803,394 


17,. 534 


90,203,000 


1889 


... 80,0.59,966 


34,589,714 


.575,251 


115,224,931 


80,272,4.56 


6,938,455 


1,978,2.56 


89,189,167 


1890 


... 86,258,6.33 


34,516,-597 


1,083,011 


121,858,241 


85,2.57,586 


9,051,781 


2,439,782 


96,749,149 


1891 


... 81,286,-372 


36,870,096 


1,811,170 


119,967,638 


88,671,738 


8,798,631 


946,927 


98,417,296 


1892 


... 81,190,844 


44,396,694 


1,818,530 


127,406,068 


99,032,466 


13,121,791 


1.809,118 


113,963,375 


1893 


... 77,378,091 


45,161,977 


6,534,200 


129,074,268 


105,488,798 


8,941,856 


4,1.33,698 


118,564,352 


1894 


... 73,341,506 


40,110,362 


4,023,072 


123,474,940 


103,851,764 


11,833,805 


1,8.39,380 


117,-524,949 


1895 


... 64, 064, .587 


42,140,475 


4,. 576, 620 


110,781,682 


102,828,441 


6,485,043 


4,325,319 


113,638,803 


1896 


... 74,2.59,940 


38,525,249 


5,226,319 


118,011,-508 


109,707,805 


6,606,738 


4,699,309 


121,013,852 


1897 


...- 74,108,-590 


40,433,825 


4,676,194 


119,218,609 


123,632,540 


10,825,163 


3,492.5.50 


137,950,2-53 


1898 


... 84,141,104 


51,791,105 


4,. 390, 844 


140,323,0-53 


144,-548,662 


14,980,883 


4,623,138 


164,152,683 


1899 


... 98,349,633 


.59,709,-541 


4,705,134 


162,764,308 


137,360,792 


17,520,088 


4,016,025 


158,896,905 


1900 


... 112,943,896 


68,381,179 


8,297,438 


189,622,513 


168,972,301 


14,265,254 


8,6.57,168 


191,894,723 


1901 


... 115,574,658 


71,303,-573 


3,. 537, 294 


190, 415,. 525 


177,431,386 


17,077,7-57 


1,978,489 


196,487,632 


1902 


... 127,9.55,254 


78,003,499 


6,311,405 


212,270,1-58 


196,019,763 


13,951,101 


1,669,422 


211,640,286 


1903 


... 143,8.39,632 


88,398,-532 


8,976,797 


241,214,961 


214,401,674 


10,828,087 


619,963 


225,849,724 


1904 


... 1.56,108,4.53 


95,229,0.37 


7,874,313 


2-59,211,803 


198,414,439 


12,641,239 


2,465,557 


213,-521,235 


1905 


... 157,164,975 


99,. 361, 007 


10,-308,435 


266,834,417 


190,8.54,946 


10,617,115 


1,844,811 


203,316,872 


1006 


... 176,790,332 


110,417,080 


7,078,603 


294,286,015 


235,483,956 


11,173,846 


9,928,828 


256,586,630 


*190 


'... 1-54,8-56,659 


97,412,340 


7,517,008 


259,786,007 


180,-545,306 


11,541,927 


13,189,964 


205,277,197 


1908 


... 230,917,914 


133,319,9.50 


6,548,661 


370,786,-525 


246,960,968 


16,407,984 


16,637,6.54 


280,006,606 


1909 


... 185,329,094 


114,4.39,072 


9,988,442 


309,756,608 


242,603,-584 


17,318,782 


1,589,793 


261,512,159 


1910 


. 241,961,-556 


143,873,547 


6,017,589 


391,852,692 


279,247,-551 


19,516,442 


2,. 594, 536 


301,3-58,-529 


1911 


. 291,818,801 


170,222,-529 


10,206,210 


472,247,540 


274,316,553 


15,683,657 


7,196,155 


297,196,365 


1912 


.. -343,-370,082 


189,916,581 


26,033,881 


-5-59,320,-544 


290,223,8-57 


17,492,294 


7,001,099 


315,317,250 


1913 


... 4-56,086,187 


230,518,226 


5,247,979 


692,032,392 


.355,7-54,600 


21,313,755 


16,163,702 


393,232,057 


1914 


.. 425,324,576 


210,186,916 


15,235,305 


6.50,746,797 


431,588,439 


23,848.785 


23,560,704 


478,997,928 


1915 


.. 318,051,094 


178,-500,808 


131,992,992 


629,444,894 


409,418,836 


52,023,673 


29,366,368 


490,808,877 


1916 


... 310,193,014 


220,052,580 


.34,260,202 


564,. 505, 796 


741,610,638 


.37,689,4-32 


103,572,432 


882,872,502 



*9 montbh^ 



TRADE AND NAVIGATION 



15 



SESSIONAL PAPER No. 11 

and from the Dominion of Canada in each Fiscal Year from 1868 to 1916; showing 
or of Exports over Imports in each Year. 



Excess Valve of Mer- 
chandise Imported over. 



Canadian 

Merchandise 

Exported. 



Canadian 
and Foreign 
Merchandise 

Exported. 



Excess of 

total 
Exports 
over total 
Imports, in- 
cluding Coin 
and Bullion. 



Percentage 

Excess of 

total Imp'ts 

over total 
Exports, in- 
cluding Coin 
and Bullion. 



Percentage 

Excess of 

total Exp'ts 

over total 
Imports, in- 
cluding Coin 
and Bullion. 



Percentage, Increase or Decrease. 



Gross Imports 
compared with 
preceding year. 



Increase. iDecreaae. 



Gross Exports 
compared with 
preceding year. 



Increase. Decrease. 



20,059,598 
13,767,164 
11,435,220 
35,729,853 
42,845,695 
48,467,791 
47,248,303 
51,150,371 
18,498,798 
29,123,327 
24,288,261 
17,894,313 
11,708,243 
20,262,864 
23,778,100 
43,276,068 
34,356,279 
26,855,50" 
23,057,300 
31,399,109 
27,337,086 
34,377,224 
35,. 517, 644 
29,484,730 
26,555,072 
17,051,2"0 
15,600,104 
3,376,621 
3,077,384 



15,862, 

9,911, 

4,907, 

25,876, 

30,047, 

39,061, 

36,634, 

44,013, 

11,263, 

22,012, 

13,123, 

9,438, 



6,887, 
16,149, 
33,524, 
24,967, 
18,775, 
15,619, 
22,849, 
18,533, 
27,438, 
26,465, 
20,686, 
13,433, 
8,109, 
3,766, 



1,421,711 



20,698,382 
12,352,774 
9,446,84^^ 
9,938,990 
17,8.36,490 
52,923,051 
65,671,036 

51,723,4.56 

71,723,693 
117,276,796 

57,164,582 
106,587,552 
187,724,777 
269,096,687 
330,849,813 
203,923,053 

88,033,066 



3,178,294 



2,8.57,121 

3,002,344 

18,731,644 

23,829,630 



2,272,210 
6,072,107 



7,008,403 
40,281,812 
55,053,921 

40,549,610 

60,181,766 

100,868,912 

39,845,800 

87,071,110 

172,041,120 

251,604,393 

309,536,058 

180,074,268 

36,009,393 



p.c. 



27-6 
16-4 
01-7 
29-5 
34-8 
32-5 
43-5 
58-0 
15 1 
30-9 
17-3 
14-6 



07-1 
14-5 
28-8 
21-4 
18-0 
18-3 
20- 
18- 
22- 
.20- 
17 
10- 
08-1 
04-8 



02-4 



00-3 
06-4 
21-4 
31-2 

14-69 



32-42 
18-44 
30-03 
58-90 
77-38 
75-99 
35-86 
28-25 



p.c. 



p.c. 



p.c. 
04-1 



06-2 
28-4 
15-0 
14-9 
00-16 



06-5 



01-6 



05-5 
21-8 
13-3 
10-7 



08-1 



03-9 
05-4 



01-5 



06-2 
01-3 



02-21 
02-54 
15-71 
16-98 



04-3 
09-95 



01-2 
03-2 



06- 14 
01-02 
17-70 
16-00 
14-16 
00-42 
11-47 
13-63 
7-46 
02-94 

10-29 



16-45 



26-50 
20-51 
18-44 
23-73 



318,-366,706 



56-40 



05-97 
03-27 
10-32 



p.c. 



05-05 

21-6 

00-8 

11-4 

08-6 



00-4 




24-2 


03-9 


06-3 
11-9 


04-5 




22-9 
11-8 
03-9 


11-9 




06-4 




04-1 




01-8' 


05-0 
00-7 



07-8 
01-7 
16-0 
04-0 



6-49 
14-00 
18-99 



20-77 
02 -.39 
07-71 
06-29 



26-2 



15-24 



06-09 
24-71 
21-81 
02-47 
79-88 



16 



CUSTOMS DEPARTMENT 



7 GEORGE V, A. 1917 

No. 9. — Comparative Statement showing the Tonnage of all Vessels enter e 
Inwards and Outwards in the Dominion of Canada, during each Fisca 
Year, from 1868 to 1916, inclusive. 

NAVIGATION. 



Fiscal Year. 



Tonnage 

of 
Vessels 
built. 



Tonnage 
of Vessels 
registered . 



Tonnage of 
Vessels en- 
tered In- 
wards and 
Outwards 
(Sea-going 
and Inland 
Navigation 
exclusive of 
Coasting) . 



Tonnage of 

Vessels 
employed 

in the Coast- 
ing Trade 

entered In- 
wards and 
Outwards. 



Tonnage and value of 

vessels sold 

to other countries. 



Tonnage. Value 



1868 
1869 
1870 
1871 
1872 
187.3 
1874 
1875 
1876 
1877 
1878 
1879 
1880 
1881 
1882 
1883 
1884 
1885 
1886 
1887 
1888 
1889 
1890 



Tons. 

87,230 

96,439 

93, 166 

106, 101 

114,065 

~ 140,370 

174,404 

188,098 

165,041 

- 127, 297 

106.976 

103,551 

68,756 

79,364 

68,240 

'73,576 

70,287 

57,486 

37,531 

26,798 

22,698 

23,835 

39,434 



Tons. 

113,692 

125,408 

110,852 

121,724 

127,371 

152,226 

163,016 

204,002 

144,422 

126, 160 

100,089 

94,882 

64, 982 

70,210 

78,076 

78,229 

80,822 

65,962 

40,872 

67,662 

33,298 

31,998 

53,853 



Tons. 
12,982,825 
10,461,044 
11,415,870 
13,126,028 
12,808,160 
11,748,997 
11,399,857 
9,537,155 
9,911,199 
11,091,244 
12,054,890 
11,646,812 
13,577,845 
13,802,432 
13,379,882 
13,770,735 
14,359,026 
14,084,712 
13,969,232 
14,090,998 
15,217,308 
16,054,221 
18,446,100 



Tons. 



Tons. 



10,300,939 
8,968,862 
11,047,661 
12,066,683 
14,053,013 
15,116,766 
14,791,064 
15,683,566 
15,473,707 
15,944,422 
16,368,274 
17,513,677 
18,789,279 
19,834,577 
22.797,115 



64, 134 
46,329 
35,039 
19,318 
16, 208 
16,808 
16,161 
23,896 
17,368 
13,177 
14,343 
9, 263 
14,479 
16,173 
22,844 



2,189,270 
1,576,244 
1,218,145 
529,824 
464,327 
348,018 
402,311 
506, 538 
416,756 
246,277 
266,363 
143,772 
289,969 
206,817 
442,781 



TRADE 4A'Z) yATIGATIO^^ 



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SESSIONAL PAPER No. 11 



No. 9. — Comparative Statement showing the Tonnage of all Vessels entered 
Inwards and Outwards, &c. — Concluded. 



navigation: 



Fiscal Year. 



Tonnage 

of 
Vessels 
built. 



Tonnage 
of Vessels 
registered. 



Tonnage of 

Vessels en- 
tered In- 
wards and 
Outwards 
fSea-going 
and Inland 
Navigation 
exclusive of 
Coasting) . 



Tonnage of 

Vessels 
employed 
in the Coast- 
ing Trade 
entered In- 
wards and 
Outwards. 



Tonnage and value o f 

vessels sold 

to other Countries. 



Tonnage. Value. 



1891 

1892 

1893 

1894 

1895 

1896 

1897 

1898 

1899 

1900 

1901 

1902 

1903 

1904... 

1905 

1906 

*1907 

1908 

1909 

1910 

1911 

1912 

1913 

1914 

1915 

1916 

*9 months. 

11— i— 2 



Tons. 
55,477 
44,321 
38,521 
23,497 
18,728 
10,753 
12,058 
22,426 
22,085 
28,544 
20, 156 
28,288 
30,856 
28,397 
21,865 
18,724 
33,205 
49,928 
29,023 
24,059 
22,812 
31,065 
24,325 
46,887 
45,721 
13,497 



Tons. 
52,506 
61,457 
45,796 
29,878 
26, 125 
14,144 
22,959 
27,716 
28,257 
40,443 
35, 156 
34,236 
41,405 
33,192 
27,583 
37,6.39 
31,635 
78,144 
32,899 
33,383 
50,006, 
30,021 
30,225 
46,909 
55,. 384 
102.239 



Tons. 
18,803,648 
18,692,455 
18,539,534 
20,353,081 
19,100,963 
21,870,473 
23,373,933 
24,746,116 
25,420,110 
26,914,095 
26,029,808 
30,025,404 
33,655,043 
31,202,205 
32,277,820 
34,732,172 
30,595,891 
39,575,031 
40,701,603 
44,567,991 
47,429,545 
52,973,127 
57,849,783 
61,919,483 
53,604,153 
57,721,098 



Tons. 
24,694,580 
24,783,844 
24,579,123 
26,560,968 
25,473,434 
27,431,753 
27,267,979 
29,663,950 
30.212,496 
33,631,730 
34,444,796 
40,700,907 
44,990,358 
45,505,122 
44,377,261 
46,324,062 
31,691,420 
50,529,835 
52,670,198 
56,750,928 
66,627,934 
66,267,662 
73,644,713 
78,356,809 
73,099,982 
68,709,424 



Tons. 

15, 143 

36,399 

31,317 

21,960 

16,567 

12,203 

9,158 

17,210 

7,562 

13,354 

4,490 

11,360 

11,172 

7,208 

3,696 

9,487 

3,855 

4,515 

3,644 

5,047 

5,885 

4,265 

7,976 

8,258 

17,044 

4,529 



280,474 
506,747 
363,916 
243,429 
172,563 

99,392 
105, 164 
191,069 
126,466 
205,618 

66,468 
235,865 
220,602 

87,115 
100, 363 
187,725 

68, 190 
132,900 

98,643 
133,800 
201,526 
140,350 
610,650 
169,618 
1,150,950 
192,. 575 



18 



CUSTOMS DEPARTMENT 



7 GEORGE V, A. 1917 

Xo. 10. — Statement (by Provinces) of the Values of Exports, of Total Imports, 

Port in the Dominion of Canada during the Fiscal 

PROVINCE OF 



Ports. 



Amherstburg. 

Belleville 

Berlin 

Bowmanville. 

Brantford 

Bridge Vjurg. . . 
Brockville. . . . 

Chatham 

Cobourg 

Collin?wood. . 

Cornwall 

DeseroHto 

Fort Frances. 
Fort William. 
Gait 



Gananoque 

Goderich 

Guelph 

Hamilton 

IngersoU 

Kenora 

Kingston 

Lindsay 

London 

Midland 

Morrisburg — 

Napanoe 

Niagara Falls. 

North Bay 

Orillia 

Oshawa 

Ottawa 

Owon Sound . . 
Paris 



Parry Sound 

Peterborough. . . . 

Pifton 

Port .\rthur 

Port Hope 

Port McNioholl.. 

Prescott 

St. Catharines. . . 

St. Thomas 

Sarnia 

Sault Ste. Marie. 

Simroe 

Stratford 

Sudbury 

Tillsonburg 

Tf)ronto 

Trenton 

Wallaeeburg 

W.-lland 

Whitby 

Windsor 

Woodsto'k 



Fiscal Y' ar ended March 31, 1914. 



Fiscal 



Exports. 



463,033 
190 



20,584,103 

184,981 

9,975 

421, 147 



2,767,760 
12,710 



62,098,116 



41,463 



Imports 



26,971 
1,067,240 
4,207,368 

934,569 
4,381,364 
3,686,3.33 

964,297 
2,127,211 
1,111,065 

987,066 
1,456,049 

202,986 



Entered 
for Con- 
sumption. 



1,631 

10,219 

35,624 

288,112 



307,409 
81,729 



24,293,037 



5,002 

4 



Total. 



6,198 

38,282,894 

100 

122,3.'')7 

9,177,805 

59,863 



8,569,528 

8,180,66:: 

15,676 



1,235 



5,938 



10,379,341 



186,410,843 



13,225,046 
3,123,371 

507,319 

873,347 

2,327,592 

23,670,555 

1,511,566 

130,384 
2,655.792 

375,003 
9,677,796 
1,277,196 

113,236 

205,623 
3,732,985 
2,029,145 
3,69r,181 
1,945,4 3 
10,033,02 

784,6.37 
1,171,460 
1,903,454 
3,019,555 

167,392 
7,242,599 

289,535 
73,866 
2,407,044 
4,968,843 
2,362,538 
6,994,844 
5,740,210 

882,01' 
1,912,366 
1,813,107 

217,4.34 
119,150,282 

411,800 
1,824,074 
5,4,59,715 

183,775 

17,668,183 

1,0.33,990 



701,04 
1.068,897 
4.218,827 

934,. 569 
4,386,005 
3,400,069 

953,143 
1,916,544 
1,133,352 

984,10' 
1,4.56,049 

202,986 



Duty. 



$ cts. 

103,7.37 25 
1.34,900 51 
451,787 73 

44,490 76 
647,487 96 
742,170 11 
125,564 15 
.337.587 47 
201,707 90 

51,139 19 
116,740 58 

11,885 00 



290,647,435 



12,14 ,0.50 
3,123,365 

507,319 

865, 557 

2,324,245 

23,482.870 

1,514,018 

129,115 
2.634,432 

375,003 
9,551,293 
1,356,127 

113,236 

205,623 
3,728,2.33 
2,027,282 
3,697,181 
1,914,299 
10,020,886 

788,071 
1,171,310 
1,744,647 
3,032, 122 
' ' 167! 804 
6,680,215 

289,535 
79,173 
2,347,962 
4,884,053 
2,377,112 
6,923,776 
5,9.37,117 

880,. 576 
1,911,860 
1,806,696 

217,4.34 
118,308,642 

411,800 
1,824,074 
5,428,241 

183,775 

17, 516,. 574 

1,033,990 



287,012,290 



1,890, 

331, 

65, 

104, 

238, 

3,410, 

271, 

34, 

293, 

38, 

1,318, 

137, 

8, 

19. 

.556, 

319, 

86, 

257, 

1,855, 

.58, 

96, 

377, 

468, 

20 

1,043 

26 

6 

245 

761 

468 

605 

737 

57 

221 

274 

30 

19,924 

43 

364 

493 

13 

3,7.53 

108 



Exports 



319 11 
677 35 
260 48 
053 
254 66 
242 95 
083 54 
474 76 
199 65 
014 47 
484 34 
667 82 
,253 97 
,526 06 
,465 80 
,4.33 36 
,585 35 
,054 70 
,575 82 
,914 83 
,8.38 16 
,464 47 
, 172 39 
,046 46 
,465 26 
,489 05 
423 83 
,548 94 
,039 7 
,032 61 
,8.34 58 
661 14 
,464 90 
825 93 
844 17 
,533 93 
464 89 
. 1.59 87 
,9.55 41 
,367 21 
,241 14 
,6.50 07 
,273 48 



803,030 
1,113 



26,184,656 
128,954 

2,486' 
634,072 



27,390,253 
41,064 



20, 295, 564 



31,784 
142,737 



871 

24,739 

42,833 

213,996 



317,301 
67,347 



29,955,392 



71, ?J 



56 



580,561 



402 
23,009,332 



118.398 

8,153,486 

363,577 

110,311 

10,688,948 

7,428, 2".2 

10, 640 



190, 230 



14,373 
35,000 



10,631,875 



44.406,539 06 



167,685,610 



Th'ADE AND K AT I G ATI OK 



19 



SESSIONAL PAPER No. 11 

of Imports entered for Consumption and of the Anioimt of Duty Collected at each 
Years ended March 31. 1914, 1915, and 1916. 

ONTARIO. 



Ycjir ended March 31, 1915." 



Fiscal Year ended March 31, 1916. 



Imports. 



Entered 
for Con- 
sumption. 



Duty 



Exports. 



Imports. 



Entered 
for Con- 
sumption. 



Duty 



533,640 
935,260 

4,876,219 
674,967 

2,977,624 

3,^5,522 
695,024 

1,741,433 
689,252 
557,471 

1,537,940 
64,351 



518,348 
928,060 

4,903,060 
674,967 

2,988,427 

3,183,439 
703,688 

1,647,140 
774,506 
555,574 

1,525,940 
64,351 



$ cts. 

69,767 80 
107,464 54 
430,477 75 

51,156 37 
395,863 30 
654,704 04 

90,565 45 
330,387 54 
112,187 91 

39,935 56 

250,811 38 

4,338 63 



5,564,514 
2,376,154 

388,622 

872,838 

1,5.39,454 

15,749,530 

1,074,451 

69,078 
1,959,048 

432,803 
8,103,687 
1,527,236 

107,065 

186,209 
2,635,605 
2,063,958 
4,787,483 
2,045,690 
130,473,783 

548,631 

797,432 
1,231,184 
3,246,435 

1.35,843 
4, 109,. 587 

235,678 
42,061 
1,606,322 
5,449,823 
1,706,076 
5,071,232 
3,702,679 

712,178 
1,591,285 

995,019 

198,714 
C6, 129,026 

200,784 
1,988,407 
4,303,038 

238,. 300 
10,198,8.35 

870, 528 



6,014,815 
2,375,927 

388,622 

872,776 

1,539,454 

15,896,236 

1,067,924 

71,321 

1,966,604 

432,803 
8,037,709 
1,497,157 

107,065 

186,209 
2,6.30,719 
2,061,100 
4,787,483 
2,076,365 
130,472,681 

5.55,685 

800,666 
1,1.58,004 
3,232,348 

133,097 
3,927,924 

235,678 
59,919 
1,. 589, 522 
5,485,! 
1,712,454 
5,145,476 
3,812,928 

709,613 
1,. 576, 085 

990,486 

198,714 
94,698,903 

200,876 
1,988,407 
4,299,1.38 

238,300 
10,122,965 

870,418 



745, 
222, 

42, 
101, 
174, 
2,459, 
173, 

19, 
211 

32, 

1,011, 

141, 

4, 

11, 
294, 
403, 
127, 
344, 
1,515, 

47, 

44, 
230, 
409, 

15, 
615, 

22 
1 
147 
776 
362 
365 
554 

56 
205 
132 

28 
15,806 

19 
586 
281 

13 
1,834 

86 



216 68 
043 89 
775 04 
984 25 
995 25 
169 98 
190 72 
981 89 
058 99 
139 41 
3.53 10 
510 71 
539 76 
682 30 
652 67 
710 33 
9.58 07 
847 97 
599 72 
426 45 
388 76 
047 64 
016 37 
1.57 62 
631 40 
031 98 
777 07 
592 05 
118 32 
621 18 
237 05 
296 00 
120 93 
363 27 
375 90 
,9.54 92 
033 97 
,509 09 
063 40 
930 67 
,753 36 
,351 58 
,890 90 



345,765,008 344,693,885 33,218,760 

11— i— 2i 



279,857 
927 



32,308,046 

78,242 

10,338 

469,992 

46, 19 

114,045,639 

22, 158 

. 6,624,353 

81,284,530 



35,368 



344 

19,011 

53,224 

171,741 



317,143 
10,268 



41,141,314 



173,543 



470,867 



794 
33,928,090 



11,960,001 
966,986 

14,413 
10,573,304 
10,697,790 

12,795 



134,092 



10,174 



14,618,663 



415,509 
1,260,422 
5,344,929 
1,637,147 
3,345,277 
1,908,281 

662,942 
1,794,149 

8.58,803 

757,593 

1,110,638 

65,672 

681,861 
3,283,744 
4,401,855 

383,926 

703,073 

2,120,600 

25,809,516 

1,379,273 

54,240 

2,587,991 

351,907 
7,152,864 

574,316 

111,907 

168,186 
2,622,927 
1,679,221 
5,270,759 
3,513,596 
20,520,267 

573,9.30 
1,164,736 
2,402,227 
4,732,876 

141,955 
1,860,105 

216,410 
32,912 
1,535,2.58 
6,652,797 
1,627,891 
5,371,516 
3,530,466 

663,402 
1,702,510 
1,042,762 

155,049 
114,604,796 

201,941 
2,561,975 
5,792,-581 

212,. 549 
16,984,238 

930,868 



404,933 
1,260,422 
5,350,089 
1,637,147 
3,330,934 
1,863,225 

663,756 
1,704,641 

871,076 

755,513 

1,110,638 

65,672 

725,201 
3,718,719 
4,401,812 

383,926 

701,941 

2,120,145 

25,777,592 

1,360,825 

55,056 

2,579,362 

336,351 
7,335,476 

607,087 

111,907 

168,186 
2,620,257 
1,678,029 
5,270,759 
3,513,596 
17,845,811 

583,233 
1,164,736 
2,376,383 
4,732,354 

142,982 
1,983,853 

216,410 
57,196 
1,500,665 
6,707,150 
1,627,108 
5,348,161 
3,578,415 

641,746 
1,690,224 
1,048,756 

1.55,049 
113,047,349 

202,088 
2,561,975 
5,813,392 

212,549 
16,887,651 

930,868 



79, 
267, 
756, 
180. 
520 
592 
115 
526 
184 

64 
1.35, 
7, 
187, 
752, 
503, 

63, 

116, 

295, 

4,664 

316, 

20, 
468, 

40, 
1,225, 

98, 
8 

12 
401 
369 
448, 
994 
1,701 

78 
151 
279 
820 

22 
528 

28 

207 
845 
375 
631 



244 
219 

32 
22,326 

27 
816 
564 

26 

4,679 

134 



$ cts. 

,728 61 
,239 43 
,875 71 
,212 96 
148 64 
917 51 
904 24 
464 51 
979 97 
129 98 
869 52 
410 08 
123 22 
018 85 
797 76 
812 64 
388 59 
382 00 
091 49 
807 35 
789 30 
112 86 
318 40 
962 50 
159 99 
240 67 
269 32 
055 87 
327 05 
623 28 
535 19 
941 44 
706 65 
655 06 
377 92 
954 06 
141 02 
042 41 
552 04 
939 61 
951 41 
359 69 
470 23 
298 72 
253 34 
243 22 
869 22 
003 05 
212 48 
.270 02 
,235 27 
,972 47 
,016 61 
,392 65 
,002 89 
, 187 86 



360,480,204 



277,229,141 



273,540,377 50,018,746 83 



20 



CUSTOMS DEPARTMENT i 

7 GEORGE V, A. 1917 
No. 10. — Statement of the Value of Exports 

PROVINCE 



Ports. 



Fiscal Year ended March 31, 1914. 



Exports. 



Imports. 



Entered 
for Con- 
sumption. 



Duty. 



Fiscal 



Exports. 



Abercorn 

.\thelstan 

Beebe Junction. . . 

Coaticook 

Cookshire 

Gaspe 

Hemmingford 

Highwater 

Hull 

Mansonville 

Montreal 

Paspebiac 

Perce 

Port Burwell 

Quebec 

Rimouski 

Saint Armand 

Saint Hyacinthe. 

Saint Johns 

Sherbrooke 

Sorel 

Three Rivers . . . . 
Valleyfield 



5,263.077 

5.000,26s 

4,277,214 

14.627,734 

1,128,837. 

118,190 

25,^66 

313' 



118,729 

99.238,107 

359,276 

143,265 



9,603,192 



3,682,997 



33,654,297 



77,838 
238, 184 



169.115 

1,091,517 

1,605,568 

340, 106 

137,490 

28,946 

29,894 

9,0.37 

758,570 

14,113 

152,6.35,805 

63,804 

79,524 

5,558 

14,623,364 

56,221 

181,498 

850, 158 

3.787,993 

2,311,855 

331,283 

4,239,222 

1,977,629 



169,115 

1,091,217 

1,595,599 

340, 106 

137, 165 

29,699 

29,894 

9,037 

755,302 

14,113 

141,728,705 

63,916 

79,-524 

5,558 

14,599,652 

56,254 

181,011 

851,125 

3,790,721 

2,307,726 

3.33,019 

4,244,186 

1,976,704 



23. 

67. 

189. 

33. 

15 

4 

3 

1 

75 

1 

24,732 

8 

19 

1 

2,176 

9 

15 

87 

289 

422 

47 

458 

169 



$ cts. 

,036 90 
,069 67 
,238 86 
,695 36 
,616 36 
,690 88 
, 113 93 
,093 10 
,848 11 
,671 42 
, 198 .57 
, 572 47 
,481 90 
, 102 74 
,822 18 
,611 38 
,781 39 
,398 25 
,331 75 
,686 64 
,082 54 
,501 22 
,753 24 



Total. 



177,556,784 



185,328,270 



174,389,348 



28,853,398 86 



5,494,836 

4,699,421 

4,182,297 

18,857,500 

544,125 

336,541 

56,380 

140,969 



91,792 

119, .349, 025 

287,962 

144,985 



7,310,185 
'3,536,116 



16,729,078 



40,806 
180,736 



181,982,754 



i TRADE AND NAVIGATION 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 1 

and Imports at each Port, &c. — Continued. 
OF QUEBEC. 



21 



Year ended March 31, 1915. 


Fiscal Year ended March 31, 1916. 




Imports. 


Entered 
for Con- 
sumption. 


Duty. 


Exports. 


Imports. 


Entered 
for Con- 
sumption. 


Duty. 


Si 


$ 

116,390 

1,176,140 

846,321 

231,870 

198,822 

41,709 

41,760 

211,987 

802,089 


S 

116,390 

1, 176, 140 

846,518 

229, 120 

198,347 

41,916 

41,760 

211,987 

798, 160 

15,724 

102,198,355 

52,999 

334,815 

21,231 

11,801,600 

58,118 

218,055 

776,993 

3,484,371 

2,162,617 

224,235 

3,228,268 

1,7.50,917 


$ cts. 

14,995 36 

44,901 13 

112,425 09 

19,366 40 

31,576 80 

10,399 43 

2,833 37 

2,606 10 

72,665 15 

l,-766 31 

19,420,723 12 

7,4.35 35 

77,836 42 

2,368 52 

1,859,600 30 

9,401 92 

13,069 63 

82,871 77 

228,207 48 

304,687 21 

42,546 19 

286,693 02 

270,089 08 


$ 

12,281,005 

6,023,444 

5,133,826 

30,080,050 

450,779 

668,294 

20,380 

102,890 


1 

102,482 

1,097,595 

952,349 

269,089 

102,433 

81,093 

29,306 

8,596 

2,168,333 

13,798 

147,663,022 

62,742 

54, 164 


102,482 

1,097,595 

953,406 

269,089 

102,433 

81,599 

29,306 

8,596 

2,168,3.33 

13,798 

129,139,817 

62,742 

54, 164 


$ cts. 

22,751 99 

70,518 62 

160,039 19 

33,6.57 41 

11,601 28 

9,778 75 

2,560 91 

1,846 95 

.328,. 392 42 

1,389 S3 

24,116,304 73 

11,493 34 

13,471 84 


1 

2 
3 
4 
5 
6 
7 
8 
9 


15,724 

141,189,493 

52,943 

334,815 

21,231 


102,888 

191,170,656 

• 361,986 

123,625 


10 
11 
12 
13 
14 


11,782,355 

58,118 

218,055 

760,887 


3,991,861 

311,113 

5,802,318 


12, 145,. 506 

31,655 

181,740 

1,488,498 

3,846,607 

3,011,590 

219,041 

4,405,427 

2,421,023 


11,945,964 

32,004 

181,740 

1,493,857 

3,820,716 

3,014,717 

219,778 

4,406,618 

2,429,085 


2,178,711 16 

6,629 86 

16,483 52 

290,894 34 

316,777 47 

505,153 39 

33,179 12 

615, 250 06 

269,926,46 


15 
16 

17 
18 


3,480,145 

2, 181,. 381 

222,692 

3,227,158 


22,3.59,606 

3,107 

52,095 


19 
20 
21 

00, 


1,752,926 




'>?i 








168,965,016 


129,988,6.36 


22,919,065 15 


279,039,923 


180,356,089 


161,627,839 


29,016,812 64 





22 



CUSTOMS DEPARTMElfT i 

7 GEORGE V, A. 1917 

No. 10. — Statement of the Value of Exports 

PROVINCE OF 



Ports 



Fiscal Year ended March 31, 1914. 



Exports. 



Imports. 



Eutered 
for Con- 
sumption. 



Duty. 



Fiscal 



Exports. 



Amherst 

Annapolis 

Antigonish 

Arichat 

Baddeck 

Barrington Passage. 

Bridge water 

Canso 

Digby 

Glace Bay 

Halifax 

Kentville 

Liverpool 

Lockeport 

Lunenburg 

Middleton 

New Glasgow 

North Sydney 

Parrsboro' 

Pictou 

Port Hawkesbury.. 

Port Hood 

Shclburne 

Sydney 

Truro 

Weymouth '. . 

Windsor 

Yarmouth 



447,2.50 
219,246 



43,303 

53,568 

875,220 

118,582 

180.827 

1,012 

19,1.57,170 

37,214 
239, 19q 

27,633 
516,017 



1,404.454 

563,498 

45,000 

133,309 



44,936 
179,323 



248,811 

642,715 

1,803,083 



Total. 



27,981,369 



1,062,304 

60, 138 

41,899 

5,412 

6,6.39 

16,070 

66, 133 

43,528 

53,751 

316,202 

12,139,606 

153,938 

55,278 

14,806 

172,773 

26,236 

1,302,819 

801,543 

6,842 

339,681 

37,943 

49,119 

12,411 

2,436,627 

659,049 

21,878 

254,883 

1,100,717 



S 

1,062,585 

60,409 

41,899 

6,277 

6,639 

16,070 

67,4.53 

43,314 

53,742 

316,805 

11,546,554 

154,117 

55,698 

14,892 

175,764 

26,296 

1,303,215 

807,537 

6,918 

339,681 

37,952 

49,295 

12,517 

2,435,819 

659,148 

22,0.52 

254,969 

1,101,646 



150 
4 
4 

1 

1 

13 

4 

6 

73 

2,222 

21 

9 

1 

10 

4 

190 

120 



12 

8 

12 

1 

249 

102 

3 

14 
77 



$ cts. 

198 58 
917 09 
633 89 
438 06 
070 07 
453 17 
085 43 
424 38 
541 96 
384 17 
171 24 
265 95 
322 58 
251 53 
,395 80 
,386 79 
,405 50 
,320 95 
838 33 
,362 55 
,870 14 
,815 03 
,641 04 
,907 34 
,221 13 
,095 88 
,829 23 
422 90 



21,258,225 



20,679,263 



3,323.970 71 



395.582 
46.323 



91,068 

60,929 
689,416 

64,227 

179,732 

2,260 

17,247,719 

92,896 
172,164 

35,056 
396,849 



1,530,799 

839,996 

117,872 

164,376 

4,847 

72,572 

4,783,717 

19,293 

207,551 

566,182 

1,931,192 



29.712.618 



PROVINCE OF 



Bathurst 

Campbeliton 

Chatham 

Dalhousio 

Frodericton 

McAdam Junction. 

Moncton 

Newcastle 

Sackvillc 

St. Andrews 

St. John 

St. Stephen 

Woodstock 



Total. 



134,264 
1,200,717 
1,4.36,210 

549,884 



4.807.090 
639,405 
662,117 
162,. 560. 
97,0.56 
21,3.59.760 
216.326 
186.416 



94.737 

110,251 

254.008 

16,. 303 

836,347 

98,807 

1,0.54,034 

175,006 

1.30, lOS 

1,30,047 

9,433,220 

1,326,092 

725,599 



.31.451.805 14.384,559 



99,3.55 

110,606 

2.53,803 

16,464 

836,347 

98,807 

1,0.54,186 

175,021 

130, 108 

130,047 

9,373,075 

1,326,269 

740,117 



14,344,805 



41,, 520 66 
16,009 78 
27.037 20 
2.999 65 
75,421 50 
12,716,59 

111,080 70 
28,. 503 33 
10,390 04 
IS,. 594 72 
1,668.664 02 
,54,649 93 

142,556 54 



2.210.144 66 



415.613 
830,118 
987,911 
420,713 



5,391,834 
617,985 
8.52,163 
21,. 522 
.348,0.58 
43,872.932 
369,921 
193,720 



54,322,490 



i TRADE AM) XAVinATlOX 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 11 

and Imports at each Port, etc. — Continued. 

NOVA SCOTIA. 



23 



Year ended March 31. 191 


5. 


Fiscal Year ended March 31, 1916. 






Entered 








Entered 




o 


Imports. 


for Con- 
sumption. 


Duty. 


Exports. 


Imports. 


for Con- 
sumption. 


Duty. 


S 


S 


s 


S cts. 


$ 


S 


S 


S cts. 




414,935 


414.935 


68,979 26 


309,807 


589,029 


589,281 


97,684 88 


1 


39,929 


39,879 


4,214 70 


25,099 


33,279 


33,294 


4,047 10 


2 


21,190 


21,190 


4,234 13 




18,315 


18,309 


4,983 29 


3 


5,571 


6,614 


585 80 


1,000 


6,084 


6,965 


715 62 


4 


18,884 


18,884 


3,590 96 


121,677 


15,364 


15,364 


3,888 87 


5 


28,866 


28.866 


2,042 91 


67,542 


30,136 


30, 136 


2,829 14 


6 


58,281 


.59,312 


9,787 46 


677,509 


69,263 


69,866 


16,888 50 


7 


39,887 


39,567 


5,545 61 


82,873 


45,199 


42,986 


4,887 93 


8 


46,294 


46.267 


6,364 66 


168,642 


39,209 


39,249 


5,616 87 


9 


134,8.34 


135,287 


37,552,57 




94,553 


96,026 


42,364 62 


10 


10,712,585 


10. 709.. 544 


2.224.024 23 


26,843,487 


9,873,799 


9,873,309 


2,412,938 25 


11 


208,590 


208,674 


21,788 80 


64,747 


135,215 


135,292 


17,806 42 


12 


59,395 


.59,770 


6.287 49 


216,144 


29,764 


29,441 


3,817 62 


13 


24,390 


24,506 


1,308 39 


30,063 


17,968 


18,109 


1,015 99 


14 


147,051 


1.53.862 


8,068 87 


507,517 


1.39,306 


148,614 


9.260 62 


15 


21,489 


21,489 
461.986 
510,. 568 


2,373 84 
87,243 90 
93,610 24 




14,040 

2,176,252 

611,763 


14,040 

1,854,185 

620,628 


2,327 07 
543,061 .33 
102,365 69 


16 


461,986 




17 


505,160 


1,942,886 


IS 


2,764 


2,807 


703 98 


815.978 


4, 533 


5,160 


1,009 26 


19 


417,000 


417,000 


13,660 45 


4,388,744 


693,764 


694,408 


68,285 43 


20 


12,835 


11,892 


2,788 95 


61,919 


19,328 


19,369 


2,108 45 


21 


15, 205 


15,205 


2,820 29 


50 


8,971 


8,971 


2,185 87 


22 


17,689 


17,828 


2,308 42 


70,863 


22.032 


22,048 


5,231 90 


23 


1,458,027 


1,372,580 


167,483 48 


1.266,738 


1,963,829 


1,974,956 


.336,144 66 


24 


664,630 


664, 630 


77,988 49 


8,712 


760,878 


745,609 


122,712 43 


25 


26,460 


26,708 


3,009 24 


145,944 


16,887 


16,969 


1,786 83 


26 


184,101 


184,175 


12,745 80 


4.50,276 


202,857 


202,872 


17,301 01 


27 


579,758 


.583,280 


58,892 28 


2,412,796 


884,758 


884,940 


96,721 00 


28 


16,327,786 


16, 257,. 305 


2r930,005 20 


46,681,013 


18,516,375 


18,210,396 


3,929,986 65 





NEW BRUNSWICK. 



225,976 
78,696 

111,8.34 
11,773 

592,897 


227,552 

80,841 

111,834 

12,005 

592,889 

69,488 

780,8.59 

44,861 

117.968 

132,340 

8,847,049 

1,063,. 557 

6.55,465 


67,043 77 
29,031 69 
10,896 20 

5,241 39 
69,754 88 

9,920 28 
91,382 69' 

7,872 05 

11,160 78 

12,015 01 

1,670,957 65 

.59,031 15 

118,463 14 


357,727 

1,128,894 

937,146 

464,001 


272,064 
59,712 

144,295 
8,891 

596,373 
87,559 

813,046 
32,159 
89,930 

200,739 
11,165,463 

950,422 

432,279 


279,171 

• 65,076 

144,441 

10,476 
597,923 

87,. 559 
813,046 

32,203 

89.930 

200.739 

11,0.57,022 

9.50,422 

444,749 


95,643 65 

32,403 95 

16,620 62 

4,981 34 

90,032 21 

11,761 98 

123,094 40 

7,0.37 77 

18,007 90 

.28,137 67 

2,705,243 09 

101,835 22 

95,506 77 


1 
2 

3 
4 
5 


69,488 

780,845 

44,812 

117,968 

1.32,340 

9,112,916 

1,063.557 

640.267 


5,388,754 

651,440 

1,121,072 

15,348 

185,603 

120,042,590 

.337,108 

612,274 


6 
7 
8 
9 

10 
11 
12 
13 


12,983,369 


12,736,70'> 


2,162,770 68 


131,241,957 


14,852,932 


14,772,757 


3,330,306 57 





24 



CUSTOMS DEPARTMENT ' i 

7 GEORGE V, A. 1917 
No. 10. — Statement of the Value of Exports 

PROVINCE OF 



Ports. 



Abbotsford 

Cranbrook 

Femie 

Grand Forks 

Greenwood 

Nanaimo 

Nelson 

New Westminster. 

Prince Rupert 

Revelstoke 

Rossland 

Vancouver 

Victoria 



Total. 



Fiscal Year ended March 31, 1914. 



Exports. 



4,537,052 

733,558 

1,682,030 

3,071,512 

792,564 

1,325,064 

24,. 599 

2.916,865 

30,344 



173,77 
17,058,893 
1,. 572, 001 



33,918,259 



Imports. 



681,987 

521,883 

793,694 

724,941 

781,669 

941,923 

663,418 

2,107,040 

1,524,040 

1,081,700 

748,172 

38,411,379 

8,940,635 



57,922,481 



Entered 
for Con- 
sumption. 



Duty, 



681,987 

487,920 

796,041 

724,941 

785,437 

935,995 

665,787 

1,938,375 

1,530,499 

1,117,313 

753,245 

37,628,156 

8,819,275 



56,864,971 



58, 

71, 

187, 

61, 

65, 

151, 

155, 

4.50, 

314, 

302, 

60, 

7,470, 

2,016, 



cts, 

070 91 
442 3 
990 84 
127 56 
633 54 
983 24 
272 62 
855 72 
674 18 
525 49 
618 66 
044 55 
683 47 



11,366,923 15 



Fiscal 



Exports. 



6,262,577 

. 723,497 

1,308,382 

1,417,884 

703,161 

2,101,615 

61,915 

2,684,932 

1,552,115 



105,916 

15,172,233 

1,532,782 



33,627,009 



PROVINCE OF 



Brandon 

Emerson 

Gretna 

Portage la Prairie . 
Winnipeg 



Total. 



1,076,931 

6,958,131 

972,363 



59,584 



9,067,009 



1,935,458 

1,588,093 

431,168 

765,383 

41,733,292 



46,4.53,394 



1,894,182 

1,216,653 

427,168 

786,906 

41,414,842 



45,739,751 



330,674 25 
49,716 73 
44,749 94 

119,232 85 
9,202,391 20 



9,746,764 97 



1,026,891 
8,889,233 
1,058,975 



583,366 



11,558,465 



PROVINCE OF 



Charlottetown 
Summerside. . 

Total 



549,381 
24,247 



573,628 



757,951 
256,319 



1,014,270 



750,248 
256,319 



1,006,567 



135,660 27 
33,529 74 



169,190 01 



507,543 
34,544 



542,087 



PROVINCE OF 



Calgary 

Edmonton 

Lothbridgo 

Medicine Hat. 

Total 



283,359 



283,359 



9,203,423 
7,365,010 
1,739,401 



18,307,834 



9,205,219 
7,379,717 
1,745,. 329 



18,330,265 



2,209,616 31 

1,780,360 73 

338,426 86 



4,328,403 90 



469,183 



469,183 



i TRADE AND NAVIGATION 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 1 , 

and Imports, at each Port, &c. — Continued. 

BRITISH COLUMBIA. 



25 



Year ended March 31, 1915. 


Fiscal Year ended March 31, 1916. 




Imports. 


Entered 
for Con- 
sumption. 


Duty. 


Exports. 


Imports. 


Entered 
for Con- 
sumption. 


Duty. 


C 

CJ 

s 


% 

214,187 

222,747 
247,778 
332,423 
400, 669 
425,059 
398,707 
1,555,199 
757,111 
479,972 


S 

214,387 
227, 165 
244, 148 
332,396 
404,797 
4.32,971 
372,194 
850,960 
761,174 
503,582 
604,866 
25,0.55,487 
4,972,708 


$ cts. 

26,481 22 

33,791 53 

56,754 97 

55,612 76 

53,324 85 

104,815 53 

96,033 07 

196,213 43 

156,663 24 

151,496 41 

54,122 .36 

5,146,896 89 

1,240,893 55 


$ 

4,004,792 

473,663 

1,149,218 

3,724,235 

684,961 

2,610,8.59 

232,943 

2,937,428 

4,232,840 


86,523 
188,032 
117,268 

1,160,441 
235,897 
563,469 
246,304 
733,362 

1,277,729 

296,354 

906,217 

20,167,9.53 

7,163,020 


•$ 

86,. 523 
190,989 
121,187 

1,160,447 
237,451 
574,191 
2.54,633 
736,867 

1,205,322 

323,379 

908,848 

19,956,534 

7,269,553 


$ cts. 

14,263 17 

32,600 85 

39,893 67 

109,996 91 

28,8.59 23 

98,527 11 

90,930 87 

212,375 99 

1.36,271 25 

134,469 86 

98,581 22 

4,765,677 47 

988,682 11 


1 

2 
3 
4 
5 
6 
7 
8 
9 
10 


604,088 

25,705,360 

4,879,780 


63,414 

15,848,281 

3,190,952 


11 
12 
13 


36,223,080 


34,976,835 


7,373,099 81 


39,153,586 


33,142,569 


33,025,924 


6,751,129 71 





MANITOBA. 



1,302,744 

1,142,548 

216,064 

545,^32 

26,640,659 



1,306,775 

792,548 

216,064 

.531,408 

26,601,723 



2.36,765 31 

22,1.36 93 

19,096 94 

77,632 12 

6,057,957 92 



1,487,999 

10,197,260 

1,585,572 



1S1,275 



1,334,144 

444, 650 

144,504 

421,103 

24,085,312 



1,351,925 

444,6.50 

144,504 

438,980 

24,257,823 



284,146 92 

20,169 25 

18,300 03 

76,262 19 

6,566,886 10 



29,847,647 



29,448,518 



6,413,589 22 



13,452,106 



26,429,713 



26,637,882 



6,965,764 49 



PRINCE EDWARD ISLAND. 



719,379 
214,463 


716,004 
214,463 


127,. 522 66 
32,703 03 


391,113 
36,993 


540,212 
173,417 


544,809 
173,453 


125,316 90 
28,007 46 


1 

2 


933,842 


930,467 


160,225 69 


428,106 


713,629 


718,262 


153,324 36 




ALBERT 


A. 




■ 








4,672,686 

3,798,375 

1,013,196 

469,038 


4,690,106 

3,770,907 

1,019,613 

472,420 


1,168,112 75 

1,000,. 574 91 

199,632 26 

116,618 85 




3,044,148 

2,231,335 

789,230 

227,964 


3,125,386 

2,322,147 

807,472 

234,373 


949,086 62 

7.50,561 10 

181,027 48 

62,990 64 


1 


344^491 


2 
3 
4 








9,9-53,295 


9,953,046 


2,484,938 77 


344,491 


6,292,677 


6,489,378 


1,943,665 84 





26 



CUSTOMS DEPARTMENT i 

7 GEORGE V, A. 1917 
Xo. 10. — Statement of the value of Exports 

PROVINCE OF 





Ports. 


Fiscal Year ended March 31, 


1914. 


Fiscal 


s 


Exports. 


Imports. 


Entered 
for Con- 
sumption. 


Duty. 


Exports. 


1 




$ 


S 

2,625,210 
2,509,142 


2,628,?»7 
2,509,970 


S cts. 

.J06,860 58 
55,26; 86 


S 


2 


North Portal 


8,111,337 


7,057,324 


3 






4 






4,559,079 
4,574,586 


^ 518, 704 
4,519,416 


996,818 85 
884,363 .39 


128,033 


Si 










Total 








8,111,337 


14,268,017 


14,176,797 


2,. 543, 306 6S 


7,185,3.57 









YU 



Dawson 

Whitehorse. 



Total 



34,431 
3,699,104 



810,658 
223,384 



3, 643,. 535 1,034,042 



796,738 
223,384 



1,020,122 



152,481 79 
43,521 26 



196,003 05 



18,170 
3,705,1.34 



3,7:3,C04 



TERRI 



FuUerton . 
Total. 



i TRADE AM) yAVK; \TI(}\ 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 11 

and Imports, at each Port. t'tc. — Conduded. 
SASKATCHEWAN. 



27 



Year ended 


March 31. 1915. 


Fi 


seal Year ended March 31, 1916. 




Imports. 


Entered 
for Con- 
sumption. 


Duty. 


Exports. 


Imports. 


Entered 
for Con- 
sumption. 


Duty. 


B 

3 


$ 

1,825,992 
1,351,147 
222, 138 
2,195,036 
1,956,104 


1.829,923 
1,352.169 
226,2,3 
2,193,464 
1,940,339 


S cts. 

371,181 97 

75,957 21 

66,014 67 

482,068 60 

361,122 92 


$ 

26,833 
8,899,864 

59,34i 


$ 

1, 14.853 

678,717 

171,878 

2,270,125 

1,735,313 


$ 

1,425,519 

679.. 359 

174,762 

2,307,878 

1,749,489 


.? cts. 

346,492 96 

63,609 54 

34,616 07 

812,, 543 99 

378,376 43 


1 

2 
3 
4 
5 


7,550,417 


7, 542, 168 


1,356,345 37 


8,986,038 


6,270,886 


6,337,007 


1,635,638 99 





KON. 



664,000 
156,493 


680,302 
156,493 


131,719 02 
33,001 85 


135,351 
2,9:9,727 


535,215 
132,772 


550,886 
132,855 


147,894 5 
35,631 00 


1 
2 


820,493 


836,795 


164,720 87 


3,065,078 


667,987 


683,741 


183,525 58 




TORIES. 






1,126 17 










1 








, 












1,126 17 



























28 



CUSTOMS DEPARTMENT 



7 GEORGE V, A. 1917 

No. 10. — Statement (by Provinces) showing the Value of Exports, of Tota 

collected by the Dominion of Canada during the 



Provinces. 



Fiscal Year ended March 31, 1914. 



Exports. 



Imports. 



Entered 
for Con- 
sumption. 



Duty. 



Fiscal 



Exports. 



Ontario 

Quebec 

Nova Scotia 

New Brunswick 

Manitoba 

British Columbia 

Prince Edward Island . 

Alberta 

Saskatchewan 

Yukon 

Territories 



Total. 



186,410,843 

177,556,784 

27,981,369 

31,451,805 

9,067,009 

33,918,259 

573,628 

283,359 

8,111,337 

3,643,535 



290,647,435 

185,328,270 

21,258,225 

14,384,559 

46,453,394 

57,922,481 

1,014,270 

18,307,834 

14,268,01 

1,034,042 



287,012,290 

174,3S9,348 

20,679,263 

14,344,805 

45,739,751 

56,864,971 

1,006,567 

18,330,265 

14,176,797 

1,020,122 



S cts. 
406,539 06 
853,398 86 
323,970 71 
210,144 66 
746,764 97 
,366,923 15 
169,190 01 
,328,403 90 
,543,306 68 
196,003 05 



167,685,610 

181,982,754 

29,712,618 

54,322,490 

11,558,465 

33,627,009 

542,087 

469, 183 

7,185,357 

3,723,304 



478,997,928 



Prepaid postal parcels duty re- 
ceived through P.O. Depart- 
ment 



650,618,527 



128,270 



633,564,179 



128, 270 



107,144,645 05 



35,933 28 



490,808,877 



Grand total. 



478,997,928 



650,746,797 



633,692,449 



107,180,578 33 



490,808,877 



TRADE AND yATIGATION 



29 



SESSIONAL PAPER No. 11 



Imports and of Imports entered for Consumption, and the Amount of Dutv 
Fiscal Year ended March 31, 1914, 1915, and 1916. 



Year ended March 31, 1915. 


Fiscal Year ended March 31, 1916. 




Imports. 


Entered 
for Con- 
sumption. 


Duty. 


Exports. 


Imports. 


Entered 
for Con- 
sumption. 


Duty. 


c 


S 


$ 


S cts. 


S 


S 


S 


S cts. 




345,765,008 


344,693,885 


33,218,760 88 


360,480,204 


277,229,141 


273,540,377 


50,018,746 83 


1 


168,965,016 


129,988,636 


22,919,065 15 


279,039,923 


180,356,089 


161,627,839 


29,016,812 64 


2 


16,327,786 


16,257,305 


2,930,005 20 


46,681,013 


18.516,375 


18,210,396 


3,929,986 65 


3 


12,983,369 


12,736,708 


2,162,770 68 


131,241,957 


14,8.52,9.32 


14,772,757 


3,330,306 57 


4 


29,847,647 


29,448,518 


6,413,589 22 


13,452,106 


26,429,713 


26,637,882 


6,965.764 49 


5 


36,223,080 


34,976,835 


7,373,099 81 


39,153,586 


33,142,569 


33,025,924 


6,751,129 71 


6 


933,842 


930,467 


160,225 69 


428,106 


713,629 


718,262 


153,324 36 


7 


9,953,295 


9,953,046 


2,484,938 77 


344,491 


6,292,677 


6,489,378 


1,943,665 84 


8 


7,550,417 


7,542,168 


1,356,345 37 


8.986,038 


6,270,886 


6,337,007 


1,635,638 99 


9 


820,493 


836,795 


164,720 87 
1,126 17 


3,065,078 


667,987 


683,741 


183,525 58 


10 
11 
















629,369,953 


587,364,363 


79,184,647 81 


882,872,502 


564,471,998 


542,043,563 


103,928,901 66 




74,941 


74,941 


21,262 46 




33,798 


33,798 


11,199 20 










629,444,894 


587,439,304 


79,205.910 27 


882,872,502 


564,505,796 


542,077,-361 


103,940,100 86 





20 



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7 GEORGE V, A. 1917 

No. 13. — Statement of Customs and other Revenues collected throughout the 
Dominion by Chief Ports and Outports during the fiscal year ended March 
31, 1916. 

NOVA SCOTIA. 



Chief Port. 


Outports. 


Customs. 
Duties. 


Other 
Revenues. 


Total 
Revenues. 


Remarks. 




- 


$ cts. 

88, 136 25 
378 07 

11 60 

2,775 42 

1,540 84 

378 63 

4,170 50 

12 10 
281 47 


S cts. 
5 12 


% cts. 






Joggin's Mines 

Northport 






Oxford 






Pugwash 

River Hebert 






Tidnish 






Wallace 






97,684 88 


5 12 


97,690 00 






1,730 02 

2,043 02 

220 04 

54 02 










Bridgetown 






Clementsport 

Port ^Yade 












4,047 10 




4,047 10 






4,869 52 
64 02 
49 75 


04 














Harbou- au Bouche. 






4,983 29 


04 


4,983 33 






18;5 16 
76 14 
Nil. 

11 16 
18 20 
Nil. 

424 96 


35 


























Petit de Grat.. 

River Bourgeoise . . 
St. Peter's 












715 62 


35 


715 97 






3,278 77 

11 10 

113 01 

468 34 

5 71 

85 

11 09 










\spey Bay 


















New Campbellton. . 
Neil's Harbour 

St. Ann's 












3,888 87 




3,888 87 










Barrington Passagf . . . 


371 14 

1,390 65 

685 27 

382 08 








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Clark's Harbour — 

Port La Tour 

Wood Harbour 






2,829 14 




2,829 14 




• ■/■- "- j 
Bridg. water 


16,888 5C 




16.888 50 









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No. 13. — Statement of Customs and other Revenues collected, &c. — Nova 

Scotia — Continued. 



Chief Port. 


Outports. 


Customs 
Duties. 


Other 
Revenues. 


Total 
Revenues. 


Remarks. 






S cts. 

3,154 38 

106 27 

54 06 

'5 89 

1,182 54 

127 72 

247 07 


$ cts. 


$ cts. 






Guysboro 

Isaac's Harbour .... 






Port Mulgrave 


















4,887 93 




4,887 93 










Diebv 


3,003 46 

1,920 21 

88 96 

263 30 

144 54 

196 40 










Bear River. 












Sandy Cove 

Tiverton 

Westport 












5,616 87 




5,616 87 










GlacelBay 


42,364 62 


387 05 


42,751 67 




Halifax 




2,412,474 54 

■ 141 13 

95 20 

227 38 


965 39 














Ingramport 






Sheet Harbour 






2,412,938 25 


965 39 


2,413,903 64 






6,699 34 
320 40 

2,566 17 

744 91 

2 73 

2,835 39 
955 81 

3,681 67 










Aylesford Station. . . 
Berwick 






Canning 






Harbourville 

Kingsport 






Port Williams 

Wolfville 












17,806 42 




17,806 42 












3,400 78 

317 41 

99 43 










Caledonia 






Port Medway 






3,817 62 




3,817 62 




Lockeport 


1,015 9 




1,015 99 








5,018 06 

1,203 93 

2,245 99 

792 64 










Chester 

La Have 






Mahone Bay 






9,260 62 




9,260 62 






2,031 79 

9 18 

2 83 

283 27 










Margaretsville 

Port George 

Springfield 








2,327 07 




- 2,327 07 





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No. 13. — Statement of Customs and other Revenues collected, &c. — Xova 

Scotia — Contin ued. 



Chief Port. 



Outports. 



Customs Other | Total 

Duties. : Revenues. I Revenues. 



Remarks. 



New Glasgow. 



Nort-h Sydney. 



Parrsboro. 



Pictou . 



Port Hawkesburj-. 



Port Hood. 



Shelbume. 



?ydney 



Merigomish. 



Grand Narrows . . 
Little Bras d'Or. 
Svdney Mines 



Advocate Harbour.. 

Apple River 

Five Islands 

Port Greville 



River John 

Tatamagouche. 



Marble Mountain.. 

Orangedale 

Port Hastings 

West Bay 

Whycocomagh 



Cheticamp... 
Grand Eiang. 

Inverness 

Mabou 

Margaree 



.Jordan Bay 

North East Harbour 

Port Clyde 

Sandy Point 



Gaberouse Bay. 

Louisburg 

Main-^-Dicu. . . . 
Port Morien 



$ ets. 

542,961 41 

99 92 



S cts. 



543,061 33| 



66.460 66 

182 39 

25 94 

35,696 70 



102.365 691 



350 94 
6S 31 

54S 97 
IS 59 
22 45 



1.009 26; 



67,559 
346 70 
379 23 



68.285 43 



1.434 76 

22 16 

327 04 

143 96 

127 79 

52 74 



2,108 45 



r 312 78 

236 48 

42 24 

1.295 39 
1S9 53 
109 45 



2. 185 87 



4.996 33 

1 18 

86 12 

148 27 

Nil. 



5,231 90 



335. 149 09 
7 82 

473 61 
6 64 

507 50 

336,144 66 



30 40 



30 40 



1 70 



1 70 



128 95 



-128 95 



ets. 



543.061 33 



102.. 396 09 



1.009 26 



6S.2S7 13 



2,108 45 



2.185 87 



5,231 90 



336,273 61 



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SESSIONAL PAPER No. 11 

No. 13. — Statement of Customs and other Revenues collected, &c. — Nova 

Scotia — Concluded. 



Chief Port. 



Outports. 



Customs 
Duties. 



Other 
Revenues. 



Total 
.Revenues. 



Remarks, 



Truro. 



Wevinouth. 



Windsor . 



Yarmouth. 



Bass River 

Economy 

Little Bass River. . 
Londonderrv 



$ cts 

122,130 34 

15 78 

12 30 

85 

553 16 



$ cts. 



cts 



122,712 43 



Barton 

Belliveau's Cove. 
Church Point .... 

Little River 

Meteghan 

Meteghan River. 



528 70 
1.54 83 

19 01 
221 56 

11 21 
160 51 
691 01 



9 OC 



1,786 83 



9 00 



Cheverie . . 
Hantsport . 
Maitland. . 

Noel 

Walton.... 



16,043 01 

30 -39 

1,078 51 

121 63 

6 49 
20 98 



17,301 01 



Lower East Pubnico 

Salmon River 

Tusket 

Wedgeport 



Nova Scotia, total. 



95,734 38 

213 03 

406 4i 

.351 42 

15 73 



1,336 44 



96,721 00 



1,336 44 



3,929.986 65 2,864 44 3.932,851 09 



122,712 43 



1,795 83 



17,301 01 



98,057 44 



PRINCE EDWARD ISLAND. 



Charlottetown. 



Summerside. 



Cardigan 

Crapaud 

Georgetown 

Grand River 

Montague Bridge., 
Murray Harbour.. 

Murray River 

New London 

Rustico 

Souris 

St. Peter's 

Vernon River 
Bri(^ge 



.41berton. . 
Ma'peque. 
Port Hill. 
Tis;nish. . . 



P. E, I., total. 



120,980 88 

211 85 

229 09 

75 64 

3 55 

1,580 46 

137 20 

127 35 

51 79 

22 20 

1,611 88 

175 98 

109 03 



125 316 90 



23 30? 91 

1,007 82 

9 61 

16 .56 

3,670 56 

28,007 46 

153,324 36 



61 79 



61 79 



10 



10 
61 89 



125,378 69 



28,007 .';6 
153,386 2' 



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7 GEORGE V, A. 1917 
No. 13. — Statement of Customs and other Revenues collected, &c. 

NEW BRUNSWICK. 



Chief Port. 



Outports. 



Customs 
Duties. 



Other 
Revenues. 



Total 
Revenues. 



Remarks. 



Bathurst. 



Campbellton. 
Chatham 



Dalhousie 

Fredericton — 
McAdam Jund 
Moncton 



Newcastle.. . 
St. Andrews. 



St. John. 



St. Stephen. 



Sackvillc. 



Caraquet. 
.Shippigan. 
Tracadie. . 



Buctouche. . 
Richibucto. 



Albert 

Alma 

Cocagne. . . . 
Dorchester . 
Hillsboro. .. 

Shediac 

Waterside . . 



Campo Bello 

Grand Harbour. 
Indian Island. . . 
Lord's Cove. . . . 

North Head 

Wilson's Beach.. 



Back Bay 

Beaver Harbour. 

Leprcaux 

Lorncville 

Musquash 

St. CJeorgc 

St. Martins 

Sussex 



Grand P'alis. 
Milltown. . . 
Uppor Mills. 



Baie Verte. 



S cts. 

94,550 08 

733 37 

160 90 

199 30 



% cts. 



95,643 65 



32,403 95 



15,078 12 

118 88 

1,423 62 



16,620 62 



4,981 34 



90,032 21 



11,761 98 



117,960 25 

394 93 

143 85 

11 17 

1,194 04 

1,471 44 

1,918 72 

Nil. 



123,094 40 



7,037 77 



21,995 55 

1,245 

326 34 

206 20 

2.986 17 

978 69 

99 06 



28,137 67 



2, 688,. 348 17 

29 97 

2,15/ 01 

229 93 

Nil. 

80 

2,513 '.;7 

260 7 

11,702 37 



2,705,243 09 



65,057 12 

17 13 

36,6.56 77 

104 20 



101,835 22 



16,120 58 
,887 32 

18,007 90 



1 648 48 



1,648 48 



804 19 



804 19 



cts. 



95,643 65 



32,403 95 



16,620 62 



4,981 34 



90,032 21 



11,761 98 



123,094 40 



7,037 77 



28,13" 67 



2,706,891 57 



102,639 41 



18,007 90 



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SESSIONAL PAPER No. 11 

No. 13. — Statement of Customs and other Revenue: 

Brunswick — Concluded. 



collected, &c. — New 



Chief Port. 


Outports. 


Customs. 
Duties. 


Other 
Revenues. 


Total 
Revenues. 


Remarks. 


Woodstock 




S cts. 

28,240 72 

1,117 96 

5,419 98 

47 40 

94 93 

231 91 

5,338 61 

4 45 

4,144 87 

23,455 37 

3,941 87 

340 00 

492 91 

578 38 

22,057 41 


S cts. 

20 00 

710 00 

343 93 

391 .34 

669 35 
263 10 

28 00 

360 33 


$ cts. 






Andover 

Aroostook Junction.. 

Bath 

Bloomfield 

Centreville 


- 




Clair 

Connors 

Debec Jet 






Edmundston 

Grand Falls 

Green River 

Richmond Road — 

St. Hilaire 

St. Leonards 

New Brunswick, 

total. 






95,506 77 


2,786 05 


98,292 82 






3,3.30,306 57 


5,238 72 


3,335,545 29 





QUEBEC. 



Abercorn 

Athelstan 

Beebe Junction . 



Coaticook . 



Cookshire . 



Gaspe . 



Hemmingford . 



Highwat€r. 
Hull 



Mansonville . 



Georgeville . . 

Magog 

Rock Island. 



Stanhope . 



Comins Mills. . . 
Hereford Road. 
Lake Megantic. 



Esquimaux Point. 



Franklin Centre. 

Frontier 

Huntingdon 

Roxham 

Vicars 



Lachute . 



22,751 99 



70,518 62 



60, 91 45 

904 88 

45,212 30 

53,730 56 



160,039 19 



32,916 46 
740 95 



33,657 41 



5,651 25 

2,614 05 

125 96 

3,210 02 



11,601 28 



9,769 52 
9 23 



9,778 75 



1,553 32 
323 43 
44 29 
208 01 
255 06 
176 80 



2,560 91 



1,846 95 



184,563 72 
143,828 70 



328,392 42 



1,389 83 



450 00 



486 00 



226 65 



5,430 46 



5,657 11 



300 00 



300 00 



225 50 



23,201 99 



71,004 62 



165,696 30 



33,957 4 



11,601 :S 



9,778 75 



2,560 91 



2,072 45 



328,392 42 



1,389 83 



Opened Nov. Ist. '15 

Closed Dec. 1st,. '15. 
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No. 13. — Statement of Customs and other Revenues collected, &c 

Continued. 



7 GEORGE V, A. 1917 
Quebec — 



Chief Port. 


Outports. 


Customs 
Duties. 


Other 
Revenues. 


Total 
Revenues. 


Remarks. 


Montreal 




S cts. 

24,011,964 60 

1,404 82 

44,475 81 

19,137 01 

7,427 55 

31,7.39 15 

155 79 


$ cts. 
14,066 48 

30 00 
200 00 


$ cts. 












Joliette 






Marieville 






Ste. Agnes ("e Dun- 
dee 






St. Jerome 












24,116,304 73 


14, 296 48 


24,130,601 21 






9,820 30 
1,673 04 










New Richmond 






11,493 34 




11,493 34 










Perce 


639 19 
12,832 65 






















13,471 84 




13,471 84 










^r\r\ Burwell 


Nil. 




Nil. 










Quebec. 


1,854,243 91 

5,768 3 

628 14 

17,989 23 

1,673 03 

W,081 41 

18,261 78 

208,379 75 

447 59 

11,306 29 

2, 92 44 

9,666 92 

1,514 04 

58 20 

53 05 

.597 41 

26,649 44 


551 02 














Bradore Bay 

Chicoutimi . . . 






Ellis Bay 


















Levis 






Magdalen Islands. . . 
MontmaRny 






Murray Bay. ....... 

Riviere du Loup. . . . 

St. Anselme 

Seven Islands 

Tadoussac 

Trois Pistoles 

Victoriaville 






2,178,711 16 


551 02 


2,179,262 18 




Rimouski 


6,531 87 
97 99 










Matane 












6,629 86 




6, 629 86 










St. Armand 


13,681 86 
2,801 66 










I'hilipsburg 












16.483 52 




16,483 52 










St. Hya'itithc 


104, 198 79 
186, 695 55 






^ 


DiuiniMonflville 






290,894 34 




290,894 34 










St. John^ 


194,6.50 23 

,586 03 

510 36 

109,892 67 

7,680 .37 

1,214 35 

2,243 46 


175 40 
1.50 00 

1,668 63 
50 95 












FreliKlishurg 

Granby 

Lacolle _ 

Lacolle Junction 

Noya Juncti'in 




1 


316,777 47 


2,044 98 


318,&22 45 





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No. 13. — Statement of Customs and other Revenues collected, &c., Quebec- 

Concluded. 



Chief Port. 


Outports. 


Customs. 
Duties. 


Other 
Revenues. 


Total 
Revenues. 


Remarks. 


Sherbrooke 




S cts. 

433,440 96 

105 26 

27,736 12 

83 20 

30 794 73 

12,993 12 


S cts. 
1.38 36 
35 87 


S cts. 






Armstrong 

Richmond 

St. Camille 

Thetford Mines 

Windsor Mills 


Opened Dec. 1, '5. 






Opened June 1, '15. 












505, 153 39 


174 23 


505,327 62 




Sorel 


■33,179 12 




33,179 12 










Three Rivers 


175,459 52 

181,968 05 

1,606 75 

256,215 74 










Grand Mere 

Xicolet 

Shawinigan Falls 






615,250 06 




615,250 06 











Valleyfield 


269,926 46 




269,926 46 






Quebec, total 








29,016,812 64 


24, 185 32 


29,040,997 96 




ONTARIO. 


Amherstburg 




11,250 15 
9,654 31 
7,501 59 

49,163 70 

47 51 

2,111 35 


15 64 








Essex Centre 

Kingsville 






North Dock 

West Dock 


Opened July 1, '15. 


















79,728 61 


15 64 


79,744 25 




Belleville 


239,788 99 
27,450 44 










Campbellf ord 






267,239 43 




267,239 43 










Berlin 


666,578 37 

17,743 72 

7,174 75 

65,378 87 


5 20 








Elmira 

New Hamburg 

Waterloo 












756,875 71 


5 20 


756,880 91 




Bowmanville 


180, 177 37 
35 59 










Newcastle 












180,212 96 




180,212 96 










Brantford 


.. 520,148 64 


256 85 


520,405 49 












Bridgeburg . 


592,917 51 


2,782 82 


595,700 33 










Brockville 


115,904 24 




115,904 24 












Chatham 


2.37,3.38 27 

10,983 18 

55 69 

6,375 27 

8,687 67 

227,628 04 

35,396 39 


583 43 








Blenheim 






Dresden 












Ridge town 






Rondeau 






Tilbury 












526,464 51 


583 43 


527,047 94 





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7 GEORGE V, A. 1917 

Xo. 13. — Statement of Customs and other Revenues collected, &c. — Ontario — • 

Continued. 



Chief Port. 


Outports. 


Customs. 
Duties. 


Other 
Revenues. 


Total 
Revenues. 


Remarks. 






$ cts. 

178,319 17 

4,719 22 

1,941 58 


$ cts. 


$ cts. 
























184,979 97 




184,979 97 






52,845 73 
11,284 25 






















64,129 98 




64,129 98 






135,765 99 
103 53 


10 00 








St. Regis, Que 






135,869 52 


10 00 


135,879 52 






7,410 08 




7,410 08 












Fort Frances 


167,587 18 
19,536 04 


277 43 
8 25 








Rainy River 






187,123 22 


285 68 


187,408 90 




Fort William 


747,511 99 
4,506 86 


1 00 








Dryden 












752,018 85 


1 00 


752,019 85 




Gait 


235,413 95 

1,328 41 

267,055 40 




























503,797 76 




503,797 76 












61,261 36 

13 07 

908 88 

1 16 

1,628 17 


1 75 














Lansdowne — . 

Mallorytown L'd'g.. 
Rockport 


-- 










63,812 64 


1 75 


63,814 39 




Goderich 


30,7.36 22 
27,725 .55 
16,0.55 93 
117 77 
11,207 17 
14,897 83 
15,588 12 


49 50 














Kincardine 












Seaforth 






Southampton 

Wingham 












116,388 59 


49 50 


116,438 09 






284,899 79 

89 63 

15 08 

56 62 

Id 320 88 
















Harriston 






Mount Forest 

Walkcrton 












295,382 OC 




295,382 00 












4,480,682 4C 

6,993 8.= 

99,527 O: 

49,707 57 

27,180 6^ 


1 , 195 OS 








Burlington 






Dundas 






I^unnville 


















4,664,091 4{ 


) 1,195 Of 


) 4,665,286 54 





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SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 1 

^Q 13.— Statement of Customs and other Revenues collected, &c.— Ontario— 

Continued. 



Chief Port. 



IngersoU . 



Kenora . . . 
Kingston. 



Lindsay . 
London. 



Midland. 



Morrisburg. 



Napanee 

Niagara Falls. 



North Bay . 



Orillia. 



Oshawa. 
Ottawa. 



Outports. 



Port Burwell. 



Bath 

Collins Bay . . 
Wolfe Island. 



Parkhill.. 
Strathroy. 



Penetanguishene 



Aultsville. 
Iroquois.. 



Chippawa . 
Niagara . . . 
Queenston . 



Cobalt 

Cochrane 

Haileybury 

South Porcupine. 
Sturgeon Falls. . . 
Timagami 



Bracebridge. 
Burks Falls.. 
Gravenhurst. 
Huntsville. .. 



Alexandria 

Almonte 

Arnprior 

Carleton Place. 



Customs 
Duties. 



$ cts. 
134,333 80 
182,473 55 



316,807 35 



Other 
Revenues. 



$ cts. 



20,789 30 

467,474 23 
167 79 
275 02 
195 82 



Total 
Revenues. 



316,807 35 



20,789 30 



290 59 



468,112 86 



40,318 40 

1,203,643 69 
4,207 24 
18,111 57 



1,225,962 50 

68,440 69 
29.719 30 



290 59 



243 88 



468,403 45 



40,318 40 



243 88 



5,159 99 



3,237 89 
3,067 24 
1,935 54 



8,240 67 



12,269 32 



379,077 10 

18,293 65 

3,636 82 

48 30 



401,055 87 



12 00 



12 00 



1,226,206 38 



98,159 99 



8,252 67 



12,269 32 



838 80 



838 80 



92,422 93 

200,629 95 

3,442 73 

361 80 

59,461 84 

14,554 79 

66 96 



370,941 00 

77,989 58 

370,629 20 

Nil. 

Nil. 

4 50 



401,894 67 



448,623 28 
994,535 19 



1,378,558 27 

8,915 77 

39,808 68 

3,461 87 

38,407 57 



7 15 



370,941 00 



Remarks. 



448,623 28 
994,535 19 



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7 GEORGE V, A. 1917 

Xo. 13. — Statement of Customs and other Revenues collected, &c. — Ontario — 

Continued. 



Chief Port. 


Outports. 


Customs. 
Duties. 


Other 
Revenues. 


Total 
Revenues. 


Remarks. 


Ottawa.— Continued. 


Hawkesbury 


S cts. 
16,087 06 
40,721 30 
44,052 82 
72,661 67 
59,150 94 
115 49 


S cts. 


S cts. 






Perth 












Smiths Falls 

Ville Marie, Que. . . . 






1,701,941 44 


7 15 


1,701,948 59 






78,588 91 
117 74 






—■' 




Chesley 












78,706 65 




78,706 65 










Paris 


144,427 31 
7,227 75 










St. George 






151,655 06 




151,655 06 












140,363 92 
105,803 26 

21,237 48 
6 83 

11,966 43 










Byng Inlet 






Depot Harbour 

French River 

Key Harbour 






279,377 92 




279,377 92 










Peterboro 


820,954 06 


126 95 


821,081 01 










Picton . ... 


21,196 53 
944 49 










Wellington 












22,141 02 




22, 141 02 










Port Arthur 


528,042 41 
Nil. 
Nil. 


6 65 
50 00 








Fort Frances 


See also Chief Port. 






Closed Oct. 1, 1915. 














528,042 41 


56 65 


528,099 06 






28,552 04 




28,552 04 












Port McXicoll 


939 61 




939 61 












Prescott . 


196,252 73 
11,698 68 


20 88 








Cardinal 






207,951 41 


20 88 


207,972 29 






461,176 95 
135,949 30 

22,888 48 
225,344 90 


35 04 
2 35 








Port Colborne 

Port Dalhousie 

Thorold 












845,359 69 


37 39 


845,. 397 08 




St. Thomas 


311,926 31 
12,719 93 
50,823 99 


25 00 








Aylmer 






Port Stanley 






375,470 23 


25 00 


375,495 23 




Sarnia 


570,897 11 

5,789 20 

28,431 96 

26,041 94 

138 51 


113 76 








Court wrinht 

Pctroloa 






Point Edward 

Stag Island 






1 






631,298 72 

1 


113 76 

1 


631,412 48 

[ 


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SESSIONAL PAPER No. 11 

^Q^ X3 — Statement of Customs and other Revenues collected, &c. — Ontario- 
Co ?iiwwed. 



Chief Port. 



Sault Ste. Marie. 



Simcoe. 



Stratford. 



Sudburj- 



Tillsonburg. 
Toronto 



Trenton 

Wallaceburg . 



Outports. 



Blind River 

Bruce Mines 

Cockburn Island 

Cutler 

Gore Bay 

Little Current 

Manitowaning 

Michipicoten Har- 
bour 

Providence Bay 

Richard's Landing.. 
Thessalon 



Port Dover. . 
Port Rowan. 



Hanover. . . 
Listowel. . . 
Mitchell... 
St. Mary's. 
Wiarton 



Customs. 
Duties. 



S cts 

680, 140 80 

4,409 38 

451 85 

770 49 

10,171 41 

1,023 76 

60,894 21 

198 81 

8,858 57 

40 22 

146 80 

2,147 04 



769,253 34 



78,981 08 

8,661 69 

600 45 



88,243 22 



Other 
Revenues. 



$ cts 
277 84 



72 



278 56 



Coniston 

Copper Clif?. 
Espanola 



.\cton 

AUiston 

Aurora and 

Market 

Bala 

Barrie 

Brampton 

Georgetown... 
Lake .Joseph . . 

Markdale 

Milt-on West. .. 
Orangeville. . . 
Port Credit . . . 
Streetsville. . . 
West Toronto. 



New 



Port Lambton. 

.Sombra 

Walpole Island . 



129,105 70 
26,587 76 
.33,919 50 
12,093 .36 
40,703 64 
2,459 26 



244,869 22 

143,346 40 
13,004 62 
45,666 47 
16,985 56 



219,003 05 



32,212 48 



20,378,379 28 

124,458 72 

6,650 46 

116.872 10 
Nil. 
28,410 13 
39,973 44 
37,957 42 
Nil. 

65 59 

41 41 

36,694 62 

51,. 596 14 

25,110 45 

1,480,060 26 



22,326,270 02 



Total 
Revenues. 



769,531 90 



5,243 22 



Remarks. 



244,869 22 



47 65 



47 65 



9,432 65 



19 00 



89 70 



27,235 27 



813,726 .33 

1,1.38 20 

1,788 .53 

319 41 

816,972 47 



9,541 35 



75 



75 



219,050 70 



32,212 48 



22,335,811 37 



27,235 27 



816,973 22 



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No. 13. — Statement of Customs and other Revenues collected, &c 

Concluded. 



7 GEORGE V, A. 1917 
Ontario — 



Chief Port. 


Outports. 


Customs 
Duties. 


Other 
Revenues. 


Total 
Revenues. 


Remarks. 


Welland 




S cts. 
564,016 61 


8 cts. 
30 98 


$ cts. 
564,047 59 










Whitby 


26,392 65 


10 00 


26,402 65 












1,266,058 23 

1,859 71 

11,394 90 

3,399,690 05 


3,176 73 
50 00 








Belle River 






Sandwich 

Walkerville 






4,679,002 89 


3,226 73 


4,682,229 62 




Woodstock 


120,229 08 
13,958 78 










Norwich 






Ontario, total 






134,187 86 




134, 187 86 












50,020,360 78 


20,095 99 


50,040,456 77 





MANITOBA. 



Brandon. 



Emerson. 
Gretna.. . 



Portage la Prairie. 



Winnipeg. 



Bannerman. 
Boissevain.. 
Carberry. . . 
Cartwright. 
Deloraine . . . 
Killarney. . . 

Melita 

Oak Lake. . . 

Souris 

Virden 



Hasket 



Birtle.. 

Dauphin 

CUadstone. . 
Minnedosa. . 
Neepawa . . . 
Rapid City. 



Crystal City... 

Manitou 

Moose Factory. 

Morden 

Pilot Mound.. . 

Selkirk 

Snowflake 

Spranuo 

ThaPa.s 

York Factory . . 



Manitoba; total . 



241,510 33 

1,726 79 

2,661 17 

3,623 12 

460 99 

2,. 394 07 

940 72 

7,1 10 97 

83 83 

7,661 80 

15,173 13 



284, 146 92 



20,169 25 



849 15 
450 88 



18,300 03 



858 42 
337 20 
064 73 
125 26 
0.37 11 
743 03 
96 44 



76,262 19 



6,517, 



892 28 
820 20 

77 86 
819 07 
074 79 

62 60 
6.54 06 
493 54 
214 40 
149 15 
628 15 



6,566,886 10 



6,965,764 49 



90 



151 20 



152 10 



147 18 



00 



00 



2,993 15 



1 9 85 
27 50 
.59 21 



3,219 71 



3.526 99 



284,299 02 



20,316 43 



18,300 03 



76,270 19 



6,570,105 81 



6,969,291 48 



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No. 13. — Statement of Customs and other Revenues collected, &c. 

SASKATCHEWAN. 



Chief Port. 


Outports. 


Customs 
Duties. 


Other 
Revenues. 


Total 
Revenues. 


Remarks, 






S cts. 

233,239 83 
1 , 134 45 
1,226 17 
4.274 66 
1,306 02 
6,072 55 
39,243 79 
44,206 42 
6,043 24 
9.745 83 


$ cts. 

3,984 16 
293 40 

57 50 

82 00 

276 00 

113 75 


S cts. 






Big Muddy 






East Poplar River. . 






Harlem Trail 

Maple Creek 

Swih Current 

Weyburn 

Willow Creek 

Wood Mountain 






346.492 96 


4,806 81 


351.299 77 




North Portal 


18,812 70 

40,594 62 

4,202 22 


510 75 

60 00 

447 81 








Estevan . ... 






Marienthal 












63,609 54 


1,018 56 


64,628 10 




Prince Albert 


25.273 07 
5,410 20 

2,0 2 53 

1,850 27 










Humboldt 

Melfort 

Rosthern 


Formerly under Sas- 








katoon. 








• 1 u 












34,616 07 




34,616 07 










Regina 


802,950 55 

181 28 

3,823 73 

31 47 

150 49 

124 64 

455 93 

4.305 72 

137 24 

29 92 

12 13 

240 89 


202 95 
98 29 








Areola 

Boundary Line 






Fort Qu'Appelle 

Grenfell 

Indian Head . .-. 

Moosomin 

Qu'Appelle 

Wapella 

Whitewood . . . 


Closed Nov. 1, 1915. 




















812,543 99 


301 24 


812,845 23 


. 


Saskatoon . . 


327,828 56 

498 38 

31,774 24 

18.275 25 


81 43 








Battleford 






North Battleford.. . 
Yorkton 

Saskatchewan, total 






378.376 43 


81 43 


378,4.57 86 






1.635,638 99 


6,208 04 


1,641,847 03 





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No. 13. — Statement of Customs and other Revenues collected, &c. 

ALBERTA. 



Chief Port. 


Outports. 


Customs. 
Duties. 


Other 
Revenues. 


Total 
Revenues. 


Remarks. 






S cts. 

922,801 31 

7 50 

577 67 

3,176 27 

52 38 

246 60 

7 46 

20 28 

22,197 15 


S cts. 
452 50 


$ cts. 






Banff 






Banf5 P.O 






Burdett 






Canmore 












Field 






Lake Louise 












949,086 62 


452 50 


949,539 12 






690,711 75 
1,891 63 
1,421 37 

146 95 

147 63 
4,912 68 
6,692 17 
4,154 04 
3,820 53 

30,662 35 


699 56 








Athabaska Landing. 
Edson 






Grande Prairie 

Peace River Cross- 
ing 






Prince George, B.C. 


Opened April 1, '15. 




6,210 63 








Vermilion 












Wetaskiwin 












750,561 10 


6,910 19 


757,471 29 






111,7.58 38 

12,168 44 

4,218 73 

28,745 36 

22,083 70 

483 08 

427 49 

330 02 

4.54 06 

358 22 


317 06 

802 48 

210 28 

109 50 

100 00 

3 85 








Blairmore 






Cardston 






Coutts 






Pinchcr Creek 

Pinh rn 






Twin Lakes 

Wild Horse . . . 






Writing-On-Stone... . 


Opened May 1, '15. 










181,027 48 


1,543 17 


182,570 65 






62,990 64 


5 81 


62,996 45 






Alberta, total 






1,943,665 84 


8,911 67 


1,952,577 51 





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BRITISH COLUMBIA. 



Chief Port. 


Outports. 


Customs 
Duties. 


Other 
Revenues. 


Total 
Revenues. 


Remarks. 


Abbottsford 




$ cts. 

9,013 18 

1,052 53 

3,811 53 

385 93 


$ cts. 
244 24 


$ cts. 






\ldergrove 






Huntingdon 






Upper Sumas 






14,263 17 


244 24 


14,507 41 




Cranbrook 


24,415 55 

616 20 

231 61 

67 84 

5,705 23 

1,564 42 










Athalmer 












Fort Steele 












Rykerts . 












32,600 85 




32,600 85 










Fernie 


25,172 08 

950 21 

8,192 97 

5,373 52 

204 89 


33 75 
30 65 








Flathead 






Michel 












Phillips 












39,893 67 


64 40 


39,958 07 




Grand Forks 


96,298 57 

3,228 40 

739 95 

9,729 99 


896 56 








Carson 






Cascade City 

Phoenix 












109,996 91 


896 56 


110,893 47 




Greenwood 


2,583 66 
2,192 28 
12,128 78 
5,457 81 
748 45 
1,448 43 
4,299 82 


159 40 
159 00 








Bridesville 

Keremeos 






Myncaster . ... 














Under Revelstoke 










to June 1, 1915. 




28,859 23 


318 40 


29, 177 63 


Nanaimo 


83 148 16 

253 51 

2, 170 47 

190 81 

378 81 

4,113 90 

3,425 53 

1,796 57 

1,261 97 

Nil. 

1,787 38 


9 40 

1 33 
14 76 

26 00 








Alberni . . 




- 


Chemainus 

Comox 

Courtney 

Cumberland 

Duncan' Station 

Ladysmith 

Port Alberni 

Shushartie Bay 

Union Bay 


Opened Oct. 1, '15. 




3 19 














98,527 11 


54 68 


98,581 79 





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7 GEORGE V, A. 1917 

No, 13. — Stateiiext of Customs and other Revenues collected, &c., British 

Columbia — Continued. 



Chief Port. 


Outports. 


Customs 
Duties. 


Other 
Revenues. 


Total 
Revenues. 


Remarks. 






S cts. 

82,707 74 
1,521 49 
6,701 64 


S cts. 


S cts. 






Kaslo 






Waneta 












90,930 87 




90,930 87 












177,827 60 
840 38 
2,207 50 
3,-353 82 
2,233 16 
3,630 65 
22,282 88 


3,011 85 

125 00 
14 00 

326 03 








Chilliwack 






Douglas 






Ladner 






Pacific Highway. . . . 

Steveston 






White Rock 












212,375 99 


3.476 88 


215,8.12 87 






75,850 41 

57,073 84 

303 52 

92 83 

240 42 

46 62 

122 08 

292 07 

2,2.34 61 

14 85 


400 00 








Anyox . . . 












Massett Inlet 

Naas Harbour 

Port Essington 

Port Simpson 






Stickeen 






Telegraph Creek — 


Opened Ji ne 1, '15. 










• 


1.36,271 25 


400 00 


1.36,671 25 




Revelstoke 


26,043 72 
546 14 

13,026 62 
153 10 
363 38 
377 36 

29,897 55 

20,105 18 
6,262 .32 
109 78 
553 37 
759 24 
254 07 
313 25 
673 39 

35,031 39 


- 








Armstrong 






Ashcroft 






Barkerville 






Clinton 






Enderby 






Golden 






Kamloops . . . 






Kelowna 






Lillooet 


Under Vancouver 




Merritt 






from Nov. 1, 1915. 




1.50-Mile House 

Penticton 


Under Greenwood 










from June 1, 1915. 




Summerland 

Vernon 












1.34,469 86 




1.34,469 86 










Rossland 


32,523 77 

398 34 

65.659 11 


3 96 








Paterson 






Trail 












98,581 22 


3 96 


98,5S5 18 




Vancouver 


4,717,180 40 

322 83 

233 48 

41 58 

101 .30 

47,797 88 


8,369 50 








Alert Bay 






Bella Ooola /. . . 

Lillooet 


Under Revelstoke 




Newport 

Powell River 






to Nov. 1. 1 15. 




4,765.677 47 


8.369 50 


4.774,046 97 





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81 



SESSIONAL PAPER No. 11 

No. 13. — Statement of Customs and other Revenues collected, &c. — British 

Columbia — Concluded. 



Chief Port. 


Outports. 


Customs. 
Duties. 


Other 
Revenues. 


Total 
Revenues. 


Remarks. 






$ cts. 

955,326 55 

593 68 

115 88 

527 21 

Nil. 

147 90 
1,970 89 


S cts. 
914 93 


$ cts. 






Bamfield 












Ganges 

Port Renfrew 

Quatsino 












British Columbia 
total. 






988,682 11 


914 93 


989,597 04 






6,751,129 71 


14,743 55 


6,765,873 26 











YUKON. 



Dawson ... 




145,313 21 

285 98 

1,856 25 

439 14 










Forty Mile 

Herschel Island 

Rampart H use 






147,894 58 




147,894 58 






26,467 21 

669 41 

6,199 17 

2,295 21 










Atlin, B.C 






Carcross 

White Pass, B.C.... 

Yukon total 






35,631 GO 




35,631 00 






183,525 58 




183,525 58 





RECAPITULATION. 



Province. 


Customs 
Duties. 


Other 
Revenues. 


Total 
Revenues. 




$ cts. 

3,929,986 65 

153,324 36 

3,330,306 57 

29,016,812 64 

50,020,360 78 

6,965,764 49 

1,635,6.38 99 

1,943,665 84 

6,751,129 71 

183,525 58 

11,199 20 


$ cts. 

2,864 44 

61 89 

5,238 72 

24,185 32 

20,095 99 

3,. 526 99 

6,208 04 

8,911 67 

14,743 55 


S cts. 
3,932,851 09 




153,-386 25 




3,335,545 29 




29,040,997 96 


Ontario 


50,040,456 77 




6,969,291 48 


Saskatchewan 


1,641,847 03 




1,952,577 51 


British Columbia. . 


6,765,873 26 


Yukon 


183,525 58 




11,199 20 










103,941,714 81 


85,836 61 


104,027,551 42 







11— i— 6 



82 



CUSTOMS DEPARTMENT 



7 GEORGE V, A. 1917 

No. 14. — Summary Statement of Foreign' iVIerchandise Imported into Canada; 
and Treaty Tariffs; the Duty Collected by Articles under each 
Consumption and Amount of Duy Collected 



Dutiable Goods. 

Ale, porter, lager and other beer in 

bottles Gal. 

Ale, porter, lager and other beer in casks. " j 



10 



27 



28 



Articles. 



Total Imports. 



Ouantitv. Value. 



Total, ales. 



Ginger ale $ 

,\nimals, living, viz. — 

Hogs Lb. 

Horned cattle No. 

Horses over one year old valued at SoO 

or less per head " 

Horses, n.o.p " 

Sheep 

All other, not elsewhere specified $ 



Total, animals. 



Antiseptic surgical dressings, such as 
absorbent cotton, cotton wool, lint, 
lannb's wool, tow, jute, gauzes and 
oakum, prepared for use as surgical 

dressings, plain or medicated S 

Bagatelle and other game tables or boards $ 

Bags which contained cement, etc S 

Baking powder Lb. 

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, lava- 
tories, urinals, sinks and laundry-tubs 

of any material $ 

Belting of all kinds except rubber and 

leather $ 

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

Bells and gongs, n.o.p $ 

Billiard tables No . 

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 No. 

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 lime tables of railways 

outside of Canada $ 

Bank notes, bonds, bills of exchange, 
cheques, promissory notes, drafts and 
all similar work unsigned, and cards 
or other commercial blank forms 
printed or lithographed or printed 
from stfcl or coppr-r or other plates, 
and other printed matter, n.o.p $ 



2.30,346 
19,545 



249,891 



1,519 
374 

65 

1,.388 

68,570 



31,990 



69 



435 



158,968 
5,602 



164,570 



14,976 



193 
16,422 

3,220 

162,701 

232,322 

37,919 



452,777 



298,514 

16,591 

6,381 

7,401 

11,422 
72, 155 



174,399 

249,518 

53,669 

30,948 

7,881 

169,231 

8,228 
41,565 

20,832 



1,182,8.35 



55,443 



25,270 



216,870 



General Tariff. 



Quantity. Value 



311,502 
20, 131 



331,6.33 



231,098 
5,550 



236, 648 



1,519 
365 

53 

1,354 

68.564 



1,261 



193 
15,422 

2,620 

153,996 

232,295 

37,207 



441,733 



31,242 



Duty 



$ cts. 

130,830 84 
6,039 30 



136,870 14 



220 69 



22 79 
3,855 50 

662 50 

38,499 00 

58,073 75 

9,301 75 



110,415 29 



35 



424 



252,688 

13,336 

6,341 

7,222 

9,645 
36,258 



104,298 

110,. 360 
44,835 
30,408 

2,277 

102,244 

7,812 
6,864 

20,519 



740,730 



36,856 



25,258 



50,537 60 
4,667 60 
1,268 20 
1,874 52 

3,375 75 
10,877 40 



36,504 30 

30,349 68 

15,692 25 

9,122 40 

796 95 

28,118 22 

2,. 343 60 
1,544 63 

5,129 75 



74,073 00 



9,214 00 



6,314 50 



195,318 68,361 30 



TRADE A^'n NAVIGATION 



83 



SESSIONAL PAPER No. 11 

Quantity and value entered for Consumption under the General, Preferential 
Tariff, the Total Quantity and Value of each Article entered for 
thereon during the Fiscal Year ended March 31, 1916. 



Entered for Home Consumption. 




Preferential Tariff. 


Treaty Rates. 


Total. 




Quantity. 


Value. 


Duty. 


Quantity. 


Value. 


Duty. 


Quantity. 


Value. 


DutyCoU'd. 






$ 


S cts. 




S 


$ cts. 


311,502 
....20,131 


S 

231,098 
5,550 


S cts. 

130,830 84 
6,039 30 


1 














? 






























331,633 


236, 648 


136,870 14 




















15,899 


2,384 85 










17,160 


2,605 54 


3 


























1,519 
374 

53 

1,354 

68, 564 


193 
16,422 

2,620 

153,996 

232,295 

38,019 


22 79 
4,005 50 

662 50 

38,499 00 

58,073 75 

9,423 55 


4 


9 


1,000 


150 00 








5 










6 














7 














8 




812 


121 80 








9 
















1,812 


271 80 










443,545 


110,687 09 


















• 
.. 45,131 


5,641 62 

757 88 

6 00 

29 92 

399 87 
2,611 80 

14, 160 40 

27,856 80 

1,977 20 

193 40 

1,261 58 

9,957 90 

3 20 
5,135 85 

"19 95 




122 


21 37 




297,941 

16,704 

6,381 

7,401 

11,422 
70,763 

175, 100 

249,644 
53,622 
31,468 

7,884 

168,630 

7,828 
41,103 

20,652 


56,200 59 
5.425 48 
1,274 20 
1,904 44 

3,775 62 
19,386 93 

50,664 70 

58,206 48 

17,669 45 

9,. 341 37 

2,058 53 

38,076 12 

2,346 80 
6,680 48 

5, 149 70 


10 




3,368 
40 
179 

1,777 
13,059 

70,802 

139,284 

8,787 

967 

5,607 

66,386 

16 
34, 239 

133 


11 












12 


748 









31,990 


13 










14 






21,446 


5,897 73 




15 




16 












17 












18 






93 


25 57 




19 


34 




69 


20 










21 












22 












23 


2 








426 


24 















376,616 

13,002 
12 

21,153 


18,830 80 

1,950 30 
1 80 

4,759 79 




64,849 
5,585 


3,242 45 

837 75 




1,182,195 

55,443 
25,270 

216,471 


96, 146 25 

12,002 05 
6,316 30 

73,121 09 


25 








26 








27 












28 



84 



CUSTOMS DEPARTMEXT 



7 GEORGE V, A. 1917 

Xo. 14. — Summary Statement of Foreign Merchandise 



Articles. 



Total Imports. 



Quantity. Value 



General Tariff. 



Quantity. Value. 



Duty. 



Dutiable Good.s — Coii. 

Books, &c. — Co7i. 

Posters, advertising bills and folders. . . Lb. 

Labels for eigar 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 in- 
tended to be completed and published 
in Canada $ 

Advertising pamphlets, advertising show 
cards, illustrated advertising periodi- 
cals, price books, catalogues and price 
lists, advertising calendars and al- 
manacs; patent medicine or other 
advertising circulars, fly sheets or 
pamphlets Lb 

Advertising chromos, chromotypes, 
oleographs or like work produced by 
any process other than hand painting 
or drawing, and having any advertise- 
ment or advertising matter printed, 
lithographed or stamped thereon, or 
attached thereto, 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, clu'omos, chromotypes, 
artotypes, oleographs, paintings, draw- 
ings, pictures, engravings or prints, 
decalcomaniJi transfers of all kinds, 
or proofs therefrom and similar works 
of art, n.o.p.; blue prints and l)uilding 
plans ., $ 



36,789 



2,023,256 



13,241 



223,017 
17,532 



16,979 



552,863 



35,592 



Total books, &c. 



Boot, shoe, shirt and stay laces of any 
material $ 

Boot.s, shoes, slippers and insoles of all 
kinds, except mbber and leather $ 

Braces or suspenders and finished parts of. $ 



Brass and manufactures of — ■ 
Brass in strips, sheets or plates, not 

polished, planished or coated $ 

Brass in bars and rods, in coils or other- 
wise, not less than 6 feet in length $ 

Nails, tacks, rivets and burrs or washers $ 

I'umps, hand, n. o. p $ 

Wire, plain Lb 

Wire cloth, or woven wire of brass, 

n. o. p S 

Manufactures of, n. o. p $ 



18,820 



Total, bras 



10,164 
196,514 



548,866 



3,059,594 



1,859,195 



18,595 



13,026 



206,825 
12,824 



16,544 



508,973 



S cts. 
5,. 338 80 



72,388 75 
2,885 71 



4,136 00 



278,879 25 



332,170 



176,479 

117,880 
45,385 



198,948 

218,836 
10,846 
14,404 
91,018 

164,695 
1,509,107 

2,208,454 



330, 138 



10,103 
164,207 



422,341 



2,353,005 



143,494 

41,858 
36,955 



198,647 

218,637 
10,572 
14,085 
90,929 

157,860 
1,422,583 

2,113,313 



2,789 25 
16,420 70 



95,028 96 



635,830 22 



43,048 20 

12,557 40 
12,934 25 



19,864 70 

21,863 70 
3, 171 60 
4,225 50 

11,366 44 

39,465 00 
426,774 90 

526,731 84 



TRADE AM) XAViaATIOX 



85 



SESSIONAL PAPER No. 11 
Imported into Canada, etc.- — Continued. 



Entered for Home Conscmptiox. 



Preferential Tariff. 



Treaty Rates. 



Total. 



Quantity. 



Vail 



Dutv. 



Quantity, 



Value. 



Dutv. 



Quantity, 



Vak 



DutyCoil'd. 



1,197 



163,80] 



225 



215 



15,761 
5,228 



435 



44,360 



S cts 

119 70 



3,546 51 
784 20 



65 25 



16,380 10 



61 
32,272 



123,852 



22 50 
1,613 60 



18,577 80 



S c-ts. 



36,789 



I 2,022,996 



13,241 



222,586 
18.052 



16,979 



553,333 



18,820 10,164 
196,479 



546, 193 



S cts 
5,458 50 



75,935 26 
3,669 91 



4,201 25 



295,259 35 



2,811 75 
18,034 30 



113,606 76 



568 



632,967 



66,652 35 



31,470 

72,660 

3,822 



6,294 00 

14,532 00 
860 14 



70,434 



4,080 20 



3,056,406 



706,562 77 



2,153 

3,759 
5,268 



592 12 

1,0.33 73 
1,580 40 



177,117 

118,277 
46,045 



49,934 32 

28,123 13 
15,374 79 



301 



15 05 



199 
274 
101 
223 


9 95 
54 80 
20 20 
16 74 


5,500 
69,174 


962 54 
13,834 80 



330,706 



75,772 



14,914 



835 
10,270 



11,105 



187 87 
2,824 40 

3,012 27 



198,948 

218,836 
10,846 
14,186 
91,152 

164, 195 
1,502,027 

2, 200, 190 



19,879 75 

21,873 65 
3,226 40 
4,245 70 

11,383 18 

40,615 41 
443,434 10 

544,658 19 



86 



CUSTOMS DEPARTMENT 



7 GEORGE V, A. 1917 

No. 14.— Summary Statement of Foreign Merchandise 



Articles. 



Total Imports. 



Quantity. Value 



General Tariff. 



Quantity. Value. 



Duty. 



Dutiable Goods — Con. 

Breadstuffs, &c., viz.— 

Arrowroot Lb . 

Biscuits, not sweetened " 

Biscuits, sweetened " 

Macaroni and vermicelli " 

Rice, cleaned " 

Rice and sago flour, cassava flour and 

rice meal " 

Rice bran 

Sago and tapioca 

Tapioca flour 



142,09.3 

77.3,63.5 

662,464 

2,585,118 

7,074,927 

1,042,392 

76 

2,821,177 

505,262 



7,805 
56, 163 
111,089 
158, 164 
180,844 

32,033 
34 

78,759 
19,786 



9,803 

638,853 

116,009 

2,224,041 

5,652,617 

379,190 

76 

157,678 

446,366 



596 

42,696 

13,176 

131,252 

145,718 

21,305 

34 

6,876 

17, 179 



cts. 



98 03 

10,674 00 

3,952 80 

27,800 77 

42,394 64 

3,791 90 

5 95 

1,890 97 

4,463 66 



Total, l)readstuffs. 



15,607,144 



Grain and products of, viz.: — 

Barley, n.o.p Bush 

Barley, pot, pearl, rolled, roasted or 

ground Lb 

Beans, n.o.p Bush 

Buckwheat 

Indian corn for purposes of distillation " 

Oats " 

Pease, n.o.p. . .^. " 

Rye I " 

Wheat " 

Total, grain 



32,952 

336,915 

231,894 

3,907 

378,961 

2,857,626 

26,488 

6,085 

12,806,314 



644,677 



20,653 

24,132 

620,828 

2,822 

265,573 

,295,932 

61,228 

0,826 

,124,681 



9,624,633 



378,832 



95,072 72 



32,952 



.38, 

211, 

3, 

378, 

J, 758, 

23, 

6, 

224, 



20,653 

2,304 

561,032 

2,822 

265,573 

1,230,-320 

53,942 

6,708 

253,137 



4,942 80 

691 20 

52,874 50 

586 05 

28,422 13 

275,875 00 

3,477 15 

601 30 

26,927 88 



19,422,675 



2,396,491 



394,398 01 



Bran, mill feed, etc $ 

Buckwheat meal or flour Cwt. 

Indian or corn meal Brl, 

Oat meal and rolled oats Lb . 

Rye flour Brl. 

Wheat flour " 

Hominy, cracked, evaporated or dried 

corn $ 

Cattle food containing molasses $ 

Cereal foods prepared, n.o.p $ 

Cereal foods prepared , in packages not 

exceeding 25 lbs. weight, each Lb . 

All other breadstuffs, n.o.p $ 

firain, Hour and meal, etc., of all kinds 
when damaged by water in transit or 
prior tp importation into Canada $ 



1,091 
53,427 
15,017 

5,723 
34,589 



2,749,043 



52,452 

3,992 

180,819 

915 

20,467 

180,590 

17,795 

3,134 

45,-337 

153,291 
120, 136 



1,-389 



1,083 

53,428 

5,839 

5,723 

34,589 



2,674,884 



44,940 

3,961 

180,823 

365 

26,467 

180,586 

17,765 

773 

43,359 

142, 599 
111,549 



1,389 



7,864 91 

-541 52 

13,357 00 

35 04 

2,861 50 

20,753 40 

3,109 12 

154 60 

8,671 80 

39,215 80 
19,-521 ,56 



347 25 



Total, grain products. 



786,317 



754,-576 



116,433 50 



Bricks and tiles. See Earthenware. 

Bath brick 

Building blocks, partition hollow and 
fire proof building tile 

Building ijrick 

l''ire brick, n.o.p 

Paving brick 

Drain tiles, not glazed 

Drain pipes, Hew(;r pipes and earthenware 
fittings therefor, chimney linings or 
vf^nts, chimney tops and inverted 
blocks, glazed or unglaze<l 

Manufactiir(;s of clay, n. o. p 

Total, brick.s, &c, 



9,806 
5,955 



893 

1.38,018 
109,794 
3 15,. 595 

77,852 
912 



.34,148 
64,047 



9,515 
4,850 



12 

136, 163 

105,475 

281,577 

62,839 

859 



22,281 
54, 198 



3 30 

.30,6.36 87 
23,732 24 
63,355 64 
14, 138 92 
171 80 



7,798 35 
12,195 15 



741,259 



663,404 



"152,032 27 



i TRADE AND NAYIOATION 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 11 

Imported into Canada, &c. — Continued. 



87 



Entered for Home Consumption. 



Preferential Tariff. 



Treaty Rates. 



Total. 



Quantity 



Value. 



Duty. 



Quantity . Value 



Duty. 



Quantity. 



Value. 



DutyCoU'd, 



129,774 

135,374 

551,350 

136 

1,. 335, 035 

736,965 



2,621,507 
1,850 



7,165 

13,513 

98,676 

18 

32,946 



S cts 



648 85 

2,026 95 

19,735 20 

1 02 

6,675 18 



cts. 



340,756 



24,063 



3,407 56 



16,695 5,527 28 



71,242 
115 



12,467 51 
13 87 



139,577 

774,227 

667,359 

2,564,933 

6,987,652 

1,116,155 

76 

2,779,185 

448,216 



7 761 

56, 209 

111,852 

155,333 

178,664 

38,000 
34 

■78,118 
17,294 



$ cts. 



746 88 
12,700 95 
23,688 00 
31,209 35 
49,069 82 

9,319 18 

5 95 

14,358 48 

4,477 53 



5,511,991 



298, 134 
36 



3,638 

3,486 

72 



240,370 



47,095 86 



340,756 



24,063 



3,407 56 



15,477,380 



643,265 



145,576 14 



21,752 
137 



4,350 40 
5 40 



3,711 

7,476 

118 



254 66 

348 60 

5 04 



52,952 



336, 

211, 

3, 

378, 

2,762, 

26, 

6, 

224 



808 
534 
907 
961 
388 
667 
085 
399 



20,653 

24,056 

561,169 

2,822 

265,573 

1,234,031 

61,418' 

6,826 

253, 137 



4,942 80 



5, 
52, 

28, 

276, 

3, 

26, 



041 60 
879 90 
586 05 
422 13 
129 66 
825 75 
606 34 
927 88 



9,318 



72,992 



33,194 



4,964 10 



7,515 
35 



557 



11 



2,361 
2,070 

9,198 
8,302 



1,127 25 
3 15 



37 21 
040 



354 15 
310 50 

1,839 60 
1,245 30 



2,429 685 



399,362 11 



1,092 
53,428 
15,157 

5,723 
34,590 



2,747,876 



52,455 

3,996 

180,823 

922 

26,467 

180,597 

17,765 

3,134 

45,429 

151,797 
119,851 



1,389 



8,992 16 

544 67 

13,357 00 

72 25 

2,861 50 

20,753 80 

3,109 12 

508 75 
8,982 30 

41,055 40 
20,766 86 



347 25 



30 



351 



1,105 



30,049 



4,917 56 



881 

1,855 

4,319 

34,018 

15,013 

53 



12,090 
9,849 

78,078 



1.32 15 

231 88 

539 90 

4, 252 36 

1,876 63 

7 95 



3,022 50 
1,231 29 

11,294 66 



784,625 



121,351 06 



9,866 



5,955 



893 

138,018 
109,794 
315,595 

77,852 
912 



34,371 
64,047 

741,482 



135 45 

30,868 75 
24,272 14 
67,608 00 
16,015 55 
179 75 



10,820 85 
13,426 44 

163,326 93 



88 



CUSTOMS DEPARTMEXT i 

7 GEORGE V, A. 1917 
No. 14. — Summary Statement of Foreign Merchandise 



Articles 



Dutiable Goods — Con. 

British gum, dry sizing cream and enamel 

sizing Lb. 

Brooms and whisks S 

Brushes of all kinds S 



4 Buttons, shoe, n. o. p S 

5 j Buttons of vegetable ivory Gross 

6 Buttons, all kinds, covered or not, n.o.p.^ 
including recognition buttons, and collar 

and cuf? buttons S 

Button blanks of animal shell, in the rough $ 



10 



28 



Total, buttons. 



Candles — 

Paraffine wax Lb 

All other, n.o.p 



Total, candles... 



Total Imports. 



Quantity. Value 



3,469,513 



Cane, reed or rattan, not further manu- 
factured than split, n.o.p 



Carriages and vehicles — 
Automobiles and motor vehicles of all 

kinds No, 

Automobiles and motor vehicles, parts 
of n.o.p S 

Buggies, carriages, pleasure carts and 
vehicles, n.o.p No 

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 No 

Cars, railway, box and flat 

Cars, other, n.o.p 

Cars, railway, parts of S 

Scrapers, railway or road S 

Sleighs No 

Wheelbarrows, trucks and hand-carts. . . " 

Bicycles and tricycles, n.o.p 

Bicycles and tr-icyclcs, parts of, including 
nickel or electro-plated parts for the 
manufacture of bicycles S 

Children's carriages and sleds $ 



15,304 



182, 128 
393,413 



94,308 

8,318 

358,485 



2,933 
14, 240 



575,6.37 
5,472 



598,28.2 



23,731 
51,234 



575,541 74,965 



8,405 



571 
4 

2,778 
157 



15 

38 

945 



234 
5,226 
5,858 



Total, carriages, &c. 



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

Carpet linings and stair pads i 

Carpet sweepers and hand vacuum cleaners No. 
Cash registers and parts of $ 



6,826 



General Tariff. 



Quantity. Value 



3,215,111 



13,770 



168,728 
352,468 



521,196 



5,813,593 

4,705,852 

27,368 

112 

60,029 

9,298 

97,689 



22, 755 

91,208 

21,806 

129,380 

228,005 

9,387 

6,203 

34,972 

70,337 



122,267 
303,801 



,029 



533 



2,778 
82 



85,933 

7,811 

194,766 



2,93 
13,126 



464,714 
5,472 



486, 245 



22,414 
45,! 



68,222 



Dutv. 



8,593 30 

1,562 20 

53,562 72 



733 25 
4,626 30 



162,649 90 
547 20 



168,556 65 



• 5,603 50 
11,452 00 



17,055 50 



6,713 



15 

37 

939 



234 
5,220 
2,138 




5,068,277 

4,537,193 

26,921 

112 

60,029 

6,925 

97,660 



22, 609 

91,208 

18,278 

129,142 

224, 690 

9,378 

6,203 

34,870 

17,779 



91,053 
301,159 



10,743,486 



671 30 



1,773,896 95 

1,416,730 56 

9,422 35 

39 20 

15,007 25 

1,731 25 

24,415 00 



7,913 15 
27,362 40 

5,483 40 
38,742 60 
67,407 00 

2,813 40 

1,550 75 
10,461 00 

5,333 70 



27,315 90 
105,405 65 



3,541,031 51 



TRADE AKD NAYIOATION 



89 



SESSIONAL PAPER No. 11 

Imported into Canada, &c. — Continued. 







Entered for Home CoNStrMPTiON. 








Preferential Tariff. 


Treaty Rates. 


Total. 


Quantity. 


Value. 


Duty. 


Quantity. 


Value. 


Duty. 


Quantity. 


Value. 


Duty Coll'd 


254,402 


t 

8,375 

545 

58,460 


$ cts. 

418 75 

81 75 

10,231 19 




$ 


S cts. 


3,469,513 


$ 

94,308 

8,356 

357,638 


S cts. 

. 9,012 05 

1,643 95 

89,896 91 














104,412 


26,103 00 
























2,933 
14,245 

575,005 
5,472 


733 25 
4,926 95 

192,745 10 
547 20 


1,537 


1,119 
39,906 


300 65 
8,979 70 








15,307 






70,385 


21,115 50 
























41,025 


9,280 35 




70,385 


21,115 50 




597,655 


198,952 50 








V 378 


2,636 
5,386 


395 40 
807 90 








196,106 
393,479 


25,050 
51,194 


5,998 90 
12,259 90 


41,011 
















68 389 


8,022 


1,203 30 








589,585 


76,244 


18,258 80 












113 


8 48 










6,826 


679 78 












24 


20,902 

13,287 

33 


4,703 00 

2,663 94 

7 43 


2 


150 


45 00 


8,055 


5,089,329 

4,550,480 

26,954 

112 

60, 029 

9,298 

97,807 

22,755 

91,208 

18,278 

129,380 

228,005 

9,387 

6,203 

34,972 

74,241 

116,389 
304,470 


1,778,644 95 

1,419,394-50 

9,429 78 

39 20 

15,007 25 

2, 146 53 

24,440 73 

7,948 00 
27,362 40 

5,483 40 
38,790 20 
68,070 00 

2,815 20 

1,550 75 
10,481 40 
16,626 10 

32,. 383 10 
106, 150 05 


1 








534 
4 

2,778 
157 






















75 


2,373 
147 

146 


415 28 
25 73 

32 85 


































15 

37 

945 














6 


238 

3,315 

9 


47 60 

663 00 
1 80 


































234 
5,226 
6,035 


6 


102 
56,462 

25,. 336 
3,311 


20 40 
11,292 40 

5,067 20 
745 00 








3,897 












' 


























125,661 


25,685 63 




150 


45 00 




10,869,297 


3,566,762 14 








1,992 


1,967 

71 

165 

1,455 


491 75 
12 43 
33 00 

291 00 








7,114 


4,253 

1,395 

75,234 

62, 166 


1,291 85 

343 43 

22,553 70 

18,504 30 










40 








16,989 





















10 



90 



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7 GEORGE V, A. 1917 
No. 14. — Summary Statement of Foreign Merchandise 



10 



Articles. 


T0T.\L I 


MPOSTS. 




Quantity. 


Value. 


General Tariff. 


Quantity . 


Value. 


Duty. 


Dutiable Goods — Con. 

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 

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

Total celluloid ... . 


% 
S 


- 


S 

915 
55,675 

10,498 




$ 

61 

47,879 

10,498 


% cts. 
6 10 




8,379 67 




524 90 










67,088 




58,438 


8,910 67 


Cement, Portland and hydraulic or water- 
lime C 

Cement, n.o.p., and manufactures of, n.o.p. 


wt. 

s 








94,542 


37,171 

8,248 


93,073 


36,576 
8.144 


9,307 30 
1,832 54 










45,419 




44.720 


11,139 84 


Chalk, prepared 

Charcoal 

Chicorj% raw or green 

Chicorj-, kiln-dried, roasted or ground 


s 

•s 

Lb. 










44,650 
82,641 




43,890 
82,512 


7,681 46 
14,439 91 






14,338 
134,920 


1,360 
11.001 


11,202 
138,003 


1.032 
10.489 


336 06 
4,140 09 


149,258 


12.361 


149,205 


11.521 


4,476 15 


Church vestments of any material $ 

■ 

Cider, not clarified or refined " 

Total, cider 






28,916 




5.070 


1,014 00 








1,.5.54 
217 


1,135 
86 


1,928 
217 


1,584 
86 


192 80 
10 85 


1,771 


1,1221 


2,145 


1.670 


203 65 


Clocks, time recorders, clock and watch 
keys, clock movements and clock cases . . $ 

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

Clothes wringers and parts thereof for 
domestic use S 

Coal, bituminous slack, such as will pass 
through a J Inch screen Ton. 

Coal, bituminous, round, and run of the 
mine — and coal n.o.p " 

Total, coal 

Cocoa carpeting, mats, rugs, and matting . $ 

Cocoanuts, imported from the place of 
growth by vessel direct to a Canadian 
port No . 

Cocoanuts, n.o.p " 






377,295 
3,521 

22, 288 




356.557 

1,661 

22, 135 


106,967 10 






249 15 




7,747 25 


2,750,335 
7,058,549 


2,356,019 
7,900,279 


2,680,174 
6,950,787 


2,304.853 
7.913.784 


375,224 36 
3,683,917 11 


9,808,884 


10. 256, 298 


9,630.961 


10.218.637 


4,059.141 47 




7,513 




1,294 


323 50 








108,495 
1,539, ISfj 


2,234 
32,657 


108,495 
342, 198 


2,234 
8,986 


542 48 
2,566 52 


1,647.680 


34.891 


450,693 


11.220 


3. 109 00 


Cocoanut, desiccated, sweetened or not. 


Lb. 




751,260 


57, 144 


38,149 


3.771 


1,716 71 













TRADE lyO XATIGATION 



91 



SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 1 

Imported into Canada, &c. — Continued. 



Entered for Home Consumption. 




Preferential Tariff. 


Treaty Rates. 


Total. 




Quantitj'. 


Value. 


Duty. 


Quantity. 


Value. 


Duty. 


Quantity . 


Value. 


DutyColl'd. 






S 

854 
7,738 


S cts. 

42 70 
1,160 70 




S 


S cts. 




S 

915 
55,617 

10,498 


S cts. 

48 80 
9,540 37 

524 90 


1 



















' 






3 




















8,592 


1,203 40 










67,030 


10,114 07 
















1,063 


472 
104 


74 41 
13 00 








94, 136 


37, 048 

8,248 


9,381 71 
1,845 54 


4 










<i 
















576 


87 41 










45,296 


11,227 25 


















760 
129 


114 00 
19 35 










44,650 
82,641 


7,795 46 
14,459 26 


6 












7 














3,136 


328 
973 


62 72 
282 66 








14,338 
152, 136 


1,360 
11,462 


398 78 
4,422 75 


8 


14,133 








q 












17,269 


1,301 


345,38 








166,474 


12,822 


4,821 53 
















2,786 


348 42 




21,060 


3,685 61 




28,916 


5,048 03 


10 






















1,928 
217 


1,584 
86 


192 80 
10 85 


11 














!'> 




























2,145 


1,670 


203 65 




















18,889 
1,860 


3,777 80 
186 00 




2,939 


808 29 




378,385 

3,521 

22, 135 


111,553 19 

435 15 

7,747 25 


13 








14 












15 






























2,680,174 
6,950,927 


2,304,853 
7,914,353 


375,224 36 
3,683,966 11 


16 


140 


569 


49 00 








17 












140 


, 569 


49 00 




1 
1 . _ 


9,631,101 


10,219,206 


4,059,190 47 
















3,626 


634 60 




370 


83 25 


108,495 
1,538,885 


5,290 


1,041 35 


18 




















2,234 
32,648 


542 48 
5,558 27 


19 


1,196,687 


23,662 


2,991 75 








'>0 












1,196,687 


23,662 


2,991 75 








1,647,380 


34,882 


6, 100 75 














702,321 


52,607 


24,581 21 








740,470 


56,378 


26,297 92 


?,1 














92 



CUSTOMS DEPARTMENT i 

7 GEORGE V, A. 1917 
No. 14. — Summary Statement of Foreign Merchandise 



Articles. 



Total Impohts. 



Quantity. Value 



General Tariff. 



Quantity. Value. 



Duty. 



Dutiable Goods — Con. 

Cocoa butter Lb . 

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 pow- 
dered form 

Cocoa beans not roasted, crushed or 
ground Cwt 

Cocoa shells and nibs Lb . 

Cocoa or chocolate, preparations of, n.o.p., 
and confectionery coated with or contain- 
ing chocolate ^ 



Total, cocoa, &c. 



12 



1.3 



16 



19 



Coffee, green, n.o.p Lb 

Coffee, green, imported direct from the 
country of growth and production or pur- 
chased in bond in the United Kingdom " 

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

CofTee, roasted or ground, when not im- 
ported direct from the country of growth 
and production .», ; . • ■ 

CofTee, roasted or ground, and all imita- 
tions thereof and substitutes therefor, 
including acorn nuts, n.o.p 

CofTee, condensed with milk 

Total, coffee 



Collar.s of cotton or linen, xylonite, zyolite 

or celluloid Doz 

Combs % 

Copper and manufactures of — 

Copper nails, tacks, rivets and burrs or 
washers $ 

Copper wire, plain, tinned or plated Lb 

Copper wire cloth, or woven wire of cop- 
per $ 

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

Total, copper 



20 Cordage, cotton of all kinds Lb 

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



Total, cordage and twines. 



Corks, manufactured from corkwood, over 
threcvfourths of an inch in diameter mea- 
sured at the larger end 

Corks, manufactured from corkwood, 
three-fourths of an inch and loss in diam- 
eter measured at thr- larger end 

Cork slabs, boards, planks and tik^s pro- 
ducffl 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 

Total, cork 



1,814,141 
4,447 

337,015 

1,285,908 

35, 552 
1,746 

1,565,308 



S 

584, 195 
909 

77,521 

319,601 

590,039 
252 

344,7.34 



1,809,411 
4,447 

335,072 

115,324 

35,566 
804 

493,112 



S 
582,454 
909 

76,905 

29,063 

590,220 
161 

112,372 



1,917,251 



1,392,684 



1,163,170 

14,624,410 
112,791 

364,177 



215.498 
6,099 



16,486,145 



129,001 



78,682 



230.459 
3,779,598 



4,010,057 



164,049 
44,335 



132,582 

1,475,. 332 
47,125 

86,. 563 



22,272 
1,356 



1,765,230 



148,124 
105,314 



8,868 
17,835 

2,461 
265,700 



294,864 



34,777 
375,051 



409,828 



55,. 355 

19,096 

58,209 

146,844 
279,504 



1,157,138 

13,314,046 
36,500 

369,133 

211,113 



132, 080 

1,321,712 
27, 198 

88,160 

21,104 



15,087,930 



1,590,254 



105,586 



126,118 
53,727 



78,582 



153,765 
2,461,711 



2,615,476 



163,404 
42,789 



8,365 
17,815 

1,824 
259,658 



287,662 



21,351 
236,078 



257,429 



56,556 

18,491 

.59,747 

140,792 
275,. 586 



$ cts. 

36, 188 22 

177 88 

15,078 27 

8,157 48 

26,674 53 
16 10 

44,261 31 



130,553 79 



47,922 14 

399,421 38 
2, 190 00 

27,272 65 

10,555 65 



487,361 82 



47,294 64 
18,804 45 



2,, 509 .50 

2,227 19 

456 00 
77,897 40 



83,090 09 



5,337 75 
59,019 50 



64,357 25 



8, 170 20 

3,423 12 

17,924 10 

28, 158 40 
57,675 82 



TRADE Wn XATIGATIOX 



93 



SESSIONAL PAPER No. 11 

Imported into Canada, &c. — Continued. 



En'tered foh Home Consumption-. 




Preferential Tariff. 


Treaty Rates. 1 


Total. 




Quantity. Value. 1 Duty. 


Quantity. 


Value. 


Duty. 


Quantity. 


Value. 


DutyCoU'd. 




6 47"' 


s 

2,290 
50 

1,533 
290,699 


S cts. 
97 10 

6 72 

242 52 
65,407 87 




S 


$ cts. 


1,815,883 
4,639 

341,135 

1,286,138 

35,566 
1,746 

1,570,728 


584,744 
959 

78,438 
320,362 

590,220 

252 

345,332 


$ cts. 

36, 285 32 

184 60 

15,. 320 79 

73,565 35 

26,674 53 
22 93 

107,453 63 


1 


192 








? 


6 063 








3 


1 170 814 








4 










5 


942 


91 
2.32,960 


6 83 
63,192 32 








fi 


1077 616 








7 














527,623 


128,953 30 










1,920,307 


259,507 15 




























1,157,138 

14,245,526 
113,839 

370,797 

214,567 
6,099 


132,080 

1,426,525 
47,390 

88,525 

22,053 
1,356 


47,922 14 

420,379 68 
6,056 95 

27,366 60 

10,693 81 
339 00 


8 


931,480 


104,813 
20,192 

365 

949 
1,356 


20,958 30 
3,866 95 

93 95 

138 16 
339 00 








9 


77,339 








10 


1.664 








11 


3,454 








12 


6 099 








13 












1,020,036 


127,675 


25,396 36 








16,107,966 


1,717,929 


512,758 18 














24,262 


22,753 
48,202 


5,688 25 
10,845 85 








129,848 


148,871 
105,268 


52,982 89 
30,735 54 


14 






3,339 


1,085 24 


15 












503 
3 

637 
5,847 


100 60 
23 

111 48 
1,169 40 










8,868 
17,818 

2,461 
265,801 


2,610 10 

2,227 42 

567 48 
79,148 21 


16 


6 








78,588 


17 










IS 






296 


81 41 




19 












6,990 


1,381 71 




296 


81 41 




294,948 


84,553 21 












76,694 


13,426 
139,096 


2,685 20 
27,819 20 








230,459 
3,792,631 


34,777 
375,174 


8,022 95 
86,838 70 


20 


1,330,920 








21 












1,407,614 


152,522 


30,504 40 








4,023,090 


409,951 


94,861 65 














623 


319 

261 

1,087 

6,181 


24 92 

18 30 

217 40 

927 15 








164,027 
43,094 


56,875 

18,752 

60,834 

146,973 


8,195 12 

3,441 42 

18,141 50 

29,085 55 


22 


30J 








23 










24 












25 
















7,848 


1,187 77 










283,434 


58,863 59 

















94 



CUSTOMS DEPAKTMENT 



7 GEORGE V, A. 1917 
No. 14. — SuMxMARY St.^tement of Foreign Merchandise 



Articles. 



Dutiable Goods — Con. 

1 Corsets of all kinds 

2 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 — 

Duck, grey or white, n.o.p., weighing 

over 8 oz. per square yard Yd. 

Embroideries, white and cream coloured 

Gray, unbleached cotton fabrics Yd. 

White or bleached cotton fabrics " 

Towelling in the web " 

Fabrics, printed, dyed or coloured, n.o.p. " 
Jeans, coutilles and sateens, imported 
by corset and dress stay manufac- 
turers, for use exclusively for the 
manufacture of such articles in their 

own factories 

Handkerchiefs $ 

Batts, batting and sheet wadding Lb 

Bobbinet, (white cotton) plain, in the 

web Yd. 

Knitting yarn, hosiery yarn or other 

cotton yarn, dyed or not, n.o.p LI). 

Cotton warps S 

Seamless bags $ 

Sheets, bed quilts, pillow cases and 
damask of cotton in the piece, includ- 
ing uncoloured table cloths or napkins 
of cotton $ 

18 Shirts of cotton Doz 

19 Sewing thread on spools $ 

20 Sewing cotton thread in hanks Lb 

21 Crochet and knitting cotton " 

All other cotton thread, n.o.p " 

2.3 Clothing, n.o.p $ 

24 Blouses and shirt waists $ 

25 Cotton bags made up by the use of the 
needle, not otherwise provided for. . . . $ 

26 Lampwicks $ 

27 Lace, white and cream coloured $ 

28 Shawls $ 

29 Socks and stockings Doz. Pairs 

30 Tape of cotton not over H" in width.. . . $ 

31 Tape, not dyed or coloured •$ 

32 Tape, dyed or coloured $ 

33 Towels $ 

34 Undershirts and drawers $ 

Uncoloured cotton fabrics, bleached, 
viz.: — 

35 Scrims and window scrims, cambric 
cloths, muslin apron checks, bril- 
liants, cords pifiues, diapers, lenos; 
Swiss jaconet and caiiil^ric muslins, 
and plain, striped or checked lawns. Yd 

36 Velvets, velveteens, and plush fabrics, 
n.o.p " 

37 Manufactures of cotton of which cotton 
is component material of chici value, 
n.o.p $ 

Total, cottons 



ToT.\L Imports. 



Quantity. Value 



1,582,556 



9,767,896 
30,862,764 

4,507,934 
62,491,590 



1,509,315 



519,667 

310,585 

1,125,705 



81,402 



664,963 
147,846 
135,376 



?2,684 



024,193 
4,188,964 



439,929 



25,229 
35,998 



537,360 
966,808 
637,589 

2,450,289 
303,978 

6,402,329 



176,552 

625, 172 

53,761 

35,812 

319,178 

3,670 

60,072 



616,931 

358,. 306 

349,777 

324,483 

75,2.57 

74,877 

1,732,488 

176,439 

161,221 
27 122 

841 ! 313 
1,272 

799,922 
99,922 
18,642 
17,235 

399,962 

113,407 



General TarifT. 



Quantity. Value. 



1,364,492 



4,391,364 

12,393,450 

451,005 

32,828,013 



501,937 



518,110 

2,011 

970,803 



21.431 
1,421,148 

793,993 



20,997,778 



71,138 



237,199 
101,734 
99,4.39 



585,399 



75,752 
431,192 



432, 119 



25,282 
4,698 



Duty. 



493,221 
285,756 
318,882 

1,005,559 
.30,922 

3,293,358 



55,097 
36,798 
53,514 

513 

271,644 

3,214 

.54,865 



108,379 

310,869 

139,428 

111,141 

40,676 

51,1.36 

,332,151 

168,806 

1.35,002 

23,738 

86,020 

586 

642,4.58 

50,444 

16,439 

6,783 

142,569 

106, 659 



4,825 
2.36,105 

655,263 



$ cts. 
151,241 65 



8,848 70 
1,219 60 



98,644 20 

57,151 20 

79,720 50 

251,389 75 

7,730 50 

1,070,342 86 



11,019 40 
12,879 30 
13,. 378 50 

128 25 

67,911 00 

803 50 

10,973 00 



32,513 70 
108,804 15 
34,857 00 
11,114 10 
10, 169 00 
12,784 00 
466,2.52 85 
59,082 10 

47,271 70 
5,934 50 

17,204 00 

205 10 

224,860 30 

17,6.55 40 
4, 109 75 
2,204 63 

42,770 70 

37,330 65 



1,206 25 
70,831 50 

229,342 05 



10,272,880 



3,118,575 39 



TRADE AND XAYIGATION 



95 



SESSIONAL PAPER No. 11 

Imported into Canada, &c. — Continued. 



Entered for Home Consumption. 



Preferential Tariff. 



Treaty Rates. 



Total. 



Quantity 



Value. 



Duty. 



Quantity. Value 



Duty. 



Quantity. 



Value. 



DutyColl'd' 



S 
7,936 

63 



S cts. 
1,984 00 



214 



% cts. 
69 57 



14 19 



440,269 



25,345 
4,698 



$ cts. 
153,295 22 



8,862 89 
1,219 60 



231,216 



5,022,310 
18,493,457 

4,072,261 
29,683,566 



1,013,295 



1,557 
308,650 
154, 196 



8,291 



427, 764 
45,492 
33,034 



97,970 



560,322 
3,352.732 



45,588 

14,020 

288,445 

1,454,117 

272,391 

3,098,090 



123,117 

518,579 

247 

35,295 

47,475 

456 

5,207 



517,406 
45,466 

209,810 

213,342 
34,192 
22,212 

3.38,144 
7,078 

26, 1.59 

3,381 

543,666 

439 

157,810 

49,501 

2,203 

10, 184 

256,. 303 

6,495 



16,944 
977,665 

136,778 



6,838 20 

1,752 67 

43,266 75 

254,472 90 

47,669 48 

774,522 50 



15,. 389 77 

129,644 75 

43 23 

5,294 25 

8,308 13 

79 80 

781 05 



103,481 20 

11,366 50 

36,717 12 

16,000 63 

5,983 74 

3,887 17 

84,5.36 00 

1,769 50 



6,5.39 

591 

67,959 

109 

39,452 

12,375 

385 

2,546 

51,260 

1,461 



2,965 28 
171,092 36 

34, 194 50 



9,478,205 



1,942,7.39 43 



663,584 



116, 127 80 



1,595,708 



70,525 



22,920 86 



9,413,674 
.30,886,907 

4,523,266 
62,511,579 



1,515,232 



24 



90 



519,667 

310,685 

1,124,999 



247 



1,467 
539 



476 79 
121 29 



79,676 



620 
3,165 



389 

1,679 

66,3.30 

378 



87 55 

377 77 

21,557 44 

122 86 



664.963 
147,846 
135,6.38 



201,287 
281 



35,225 80 
91 33 



683,369 



378,962 



187,455 



51,550 37 



636,074 
4,162,886 



538,809 
963,360 
607,327 

2,459,676 
303,313 

6,391,448 



178,214 

625,902 

53,761 

35,812 

319,119 

3,670 

60,072 



625,785 

357,802 

349,777 

324,483 

75,257 

75,027 

1,736.625 

176,262 

161,221 
27,119 

8.30,973 
1,.306 

800,268 
99,945 
18,642 
16,967 

398,872 

113,154 



21,769 
1,401,225 

792,041 



105,482 40 
175,031 67 
122,987 25 
505,862 65 
55,399 98 
1,844,865 36 



26,409 17 

165,444 91 

13,421 73 

5,423 40 

76,219 13 

883 30 

11,754 05 



135,994 90 
120,647 44 
71,695 41 
27,114 73 
16,240 29 
17,048 94 
572,346 29 
60,974 46 



53,811 

6,526 

120,389 

406 

264,312 

30,0.30 

4,495 

4,750 

94,031 

38,792 



4,171 53 
293,474 23 

263,536 55 



1,193,918 



248,660 76 



20,945,003 



5,309,975 58 



96 



CUSTOMS DEPARTMEXT i 

7 GEORGE V, A. 1917 
Xo. 14. — Summary Statement of Foreisn Merchandise 



Articles. 



Total Imports. 



Quantity. Value 



General Tariff. 



Quantity. Value. 



Duty. 



DuTi.\BLE Goods — Con. 

Crapes, black, mourning $ 

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

Curtains and .shams when made up, 
trimmed or untrimmed S 

Cyclometers, pedometers and speedo- 
meters S 

Drugs, dyes, chemicals, medicines — 

5 Acetone and amyl acetate S 

6 Acids — Acetic and pyroligneous, n.o.p., 
not exceeding proof strength . . . Gal 

Acids — Acetic and pyroligneous, in excess 

of strength of proof " 

Acids — acetic and pyroligneous, crude, 
of any strength not exceeding 

.30 per cent 

9 Acid, phosphate, not medicinal Lb. 

10 Acid, muriatic 

11 Acid, nitric 

12 Acid, stearic " 

13 Acid, sulphuric 

14 Acid, other, n.o.p " 

15 Albumen blood, egg albumen and egg 
yolk 8 

16 Alum, in bulk, ground or unground, but 
not calcined; and sulphate of alumina, 
or alum cake Lb . 

17 Aniline dj'es, in packages of less than 1 
lb. in weight 

18 Carbon dioxide or carbonic acid gas — S 

19 Casein S 

20 Chloride of lime and Hypochlorite of lime 
in pkges. of not less than 25 lbs Lb 

21 Chloride of lime and hypochlorite of lime 
in pkges. less than 25 lbs " 

22 Cocaine Oz. 

23 Collodion for use in films for photo 
engravings and for engraving copper 
rollers, when imported by photo 
engravers and manufacturers of copper 
rollers Gal 

24 Dextrine, dry Lb. 

25 Gclat ine and isinglass " 

26 Glue, powdered or sheet " 

27 Glue, lifiuid $ 

28 Glycerine, n.o.p Lb , 

29 Gums, camphor " 

30 Gums, opium (crude) " 

31 Gums, other, n.o.p " 

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

33 Magnesia " 

34 Medicinal, chemical and pharmaceutical 
preparations, including proprietary 
preparations (dry) $ 

35 Medicinal, chemical and pharmaceutical 
preparations including proprietary pre- 
parations (all other) -S 

36 Medicinal, chemical and pharmaceutical 
preparations including proprietary pre- 
parations (all other) non -alcoholic $ 

37 Liquid preparations, non-alcoholic for 

disinfecting, dipping or spraying, n.o.p . $ 

38 Milk food, and other .similar preparations. .$ 

39 Morphine Oz. 

40 Opium, powdered Lb . 



1,777 



2,217 
2,680 

,166,054 

75,268 

229,1.58 

205,897 

,391,648 
641,432 



21, 



768,448 

8,788 



10,782,857 

180,568 
5,581 



401 
,044,1.53 
461,795 
,361,072 



44,060 

71,447 

1,741 

33,247 

,783,105 
294,346 



15,495 
170 



11,520 

414 

302,831 

148,530 



8,635 

1,317 

10,684 



306 

116,731 

3,524 

15,467 

24,564 

42,159 

297,642 

67,724 



2.34,294 

1,702 

5,384 

24,372 

105,379 

8,761 
19,007 



803 

74,074 

144,802 

122,220 

57,474 

8,512 

25,771 

11.800 

2,825 

217,800 
14,458 



906,058 
92.089 

106,241 

94,. 386 

291,612 

72, 199 

1.346 



405 



905 

71 

71,037 

148.000 



2.214 
1.719 



1.258 

2.029.158 

75,268 

64,248 

205.887 

1.391,648 

509,700 



21,768,448 
1,805 



7,904,990 

164,654 
5,306 



301 

2,100,635 

267,414 

477.032 



43.382 

75,076 

1,741 

28,215 

1,802,. 307 
2()0,684 



8,623 
1,309 
9,659 



236 

110,795 

3,524 

5,657 

24,562 

42, 159 

231,488 

63,326 



234.306 

839 

5,402 

23,292 

72,786 

7,997 
18,118 



523 
74,714 
95,275 
41.139 
4(^.395 

8,339 
26,457 
11,800 

2,232 

205,086 
11,481 



540,644 
93.365 



12,-393 
170 



79,299 

184,758 

64,701 

1,346 



$ cts. 

181 00 

26 64 

24.862 95 

37,000 00 



2,586 90 
332 10 

2,877 04 



59 00 

22, 159 00 

188 24 

1,272 90 

4,912 40 

3,479 20 

52,085 39 

6,332 60 



23,4.30 60 

146 86 

945 46 

6,465 40 

11,857 43 

1,999 25 
3.170 67 



91 56 

7,471 40 

26.201 16 

11,313 64 

11,109 12 

1,459 45 

4,630 06 

1.741 00 

390 66 

46, 144 43 
2,009 29 



135,101 00 
56,019 00 



19,824 75 

.50,808 66 

11,322 68 

229 50 



i TRADE AND NAVIGATION 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 11 

Imported into Canada, &c. — Continued. 



97 



Entered for Home Consumption. 



Preferential Tariff. 



Treaty Rates. 



Total. 



Quantity 



Value. 



Duty. 



uantity. Value. Duty 



Quantity. 



Value. DutyCoU'd 



1,372 



3 

927 



6.31 
130,596 



10 



130,836 



6,983 



2,877,067 

14,795 

75 



4,878 
176,764 
877, 187 



678 
3,171 



5,032 



32, 202 



3,102 



S 

7,908 

343 

203,318 

60 



$ cts 

988 56 

85 75 

50,829 50 

10 49 



2,707 



cts 
473 75 



1,777 



30,922 



10,049 78 



11,520 

414 

305,277 

148,060 



1,003 



130 
5,504 



30 
1,109 84 



19 50 
688 05 



16 



23 60 



25 



65,029 
221 



9,754 35 
11 05 



863 



129 45 



1,080 
32,585 



731 
189 



189 00 

2,877 05 

127 93 
28 35 



126 
44,611 
80,171 
16,387 

173 
1.758 



6 30 

7,807 03 

14,029 97 

2,867 81 

25 95 

263 70 



20,6.37 
8,335 



593 



88 95 



2,656 
344,322 



398 40 



68,864 40 



13,948 

115,104 

7,498 



2,789 60 

23,020 80 

1,124 70 



,705 
655 
697 



96,830 



1,426 25 
163 75 
174 25 



24,207 50 



2,217 
2,662 

1,889 

2,1.59,754 

75,268 

64,248 

205,897 

1,391,648 

640,536 



21,768,448 
8,788 



10,782,057 

179,449 
5,381 



301 

2,105,513 

464,815 

1,362,554 



44,060 

78,247 

1,741 

33,247 

1,802,307 
292 886 



15,495 
170 



8,623 

1,317 

10, 680 

366 

116,299 

3,524 

5,657 

24,564 

42,159 

296,517 

63,547 

234,306 

1,702 
5,402 
24,, 372 

105,371 

8,728 
18,307 



523 

74,840 

145,591 

121,965 

57,479 

8,512 

28,215 

11,800 

2,825 

205,086 
14, 137 



884,966 



93,365 



96,830 

93,247 

299,862 

72, 199 

1,346 



$ cts. 

1,643 31 

112 39 

85,742 23 

37,010 49 



2,586 90 

332 40 

4,010 48 

78 50 

22,847 05 

188 24 

1,272 90 

4,912 65 

3,479 20 

61,839 74 

6,343 65 

23,4.30 60 

276 31 

945 46 

6,594 40 

14,734 48 

2,127 18 
3,199 02 



91 56 

7,477 70 

35,434 44 

25,507 36 

14,151 18 

1,485 40 

4,893 76 

1,741 00 

479 61 

46, 144 43 
2,407 69 



204,025 40 



56,019 00 



24,207 50 

22,614 35 

73,829 46 

12,447 38 

229 50 



34 



35 



11— i— 7 



98 



CUSTOMS DEPARTMENT i 

7 GEORGE V, A. 1917 

No. 14. — Summary Statement of Foreign Merchandise 



Articles. 



Total Imports. 



Quantity. Value 



General Tariff. 



Quantity. Value. 



Duty. 



11 



Dutiable Goods — Con. 

Drugs, dyes, etc. — Con. 

Potash or potassa, bicarbonate of Lb. 

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

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

Pyroxylin and wood naphtha, prepara- 
tions, of for coating imitation leather, 
and for the manufacture of leather 
belting $ 

Salts, glauber Lb, 

Soda, bicarbonate of " 

Soda caustic, when in packages less than 
25 lbs. each " 

Soda caustic when in pkges. of 25 lbs and 
over " 

Sodium, hyposulphite $ 

Sulphuric ether, chloroform and solutions 
of peroxide of hydrogen $ 

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

Yeast cakes Lb 

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 chemics^ls, etc., 
not otherwise provided for $ 

Total, drugs 



3,276 
6,358 
5,i 



752,568 
8,028,456 

89,255 

9,568,050 



Earthen and chinaware {See Bricks and Tiles)- 

Brown or coloured earthen and stone- 
ware, 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 $ 

Chinaware, to be silver mounted, 
imported by manufacturers of silver- 
ware $ 

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 $ 

Total, earthenware 



Egga Doz. 

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 cir- 
cumference $ 

Incandescent lamp bulbs and glass tub- 
ing for use in the manufacture of incan- 
descent lamps and mantle stockings 
for gas light $ 



798 

4,441 

1,404,423 



5,720,243 



429 
484 
759 



52,312 

7,904 

85,401 

5,149 

276,498 
3,788 

76,942 



36,944 
122 

485 

371,780 

1,431,838 



920 
6,358 
5,806 



290,548 
3,572,412 

71,744 

9,504,345 



798 

4,322 

1,400,302 



5,583,017 



93,6.39 



126,274 
10,954 

1,021,218 



5,676 
18,995 

39,100 
83,096 
67,676 



1,466,628 



1,198,200 

126,626 

51,682 

4,003 



62,695 



123 

484 



52,312 

5,848 

38,927 

4,550 

274,623 
3,063 

64,766 



35,057 
122 

385 

371,309 

1,070,621 



cts. 

21 54 
72 60 
112 35 



5,231 20 
1,023 43 
6,812 53 

1,137 50 

28,512 76 
536 06 

16,191 50 



8,764 25 
47 88 

259 32 

42,009 06 

187,360 60 



3,783,952 



4,268,571 



828,260 3& 



80,301 



44,443 
10,798 

259,167 



239 
12,791 

32,698 
55,090 
48,163 



543,690 



786, 100 

37,099 

51,652 

4,003 

62,753 



24,090 30 



13,332 90 
3,239 40 

71,271 78 



53 79 
3,837 30 

9,809 40 
19,281 50 
14,448 90 



159,365 27 



113,518 56 

12,984 65 

18,078 20 

800 60 

6,275 30 



TRADE A^D yATIGATION 



99 



SESSIONAL PAPER No. 11 

Imported into Canada, etc. — Continued. 



Entered for Home Consumption. 



Preferential Tariff. 



Treaty Rates. 



Total. 



Quantity.! Value. Duty 



Quantity. 



Value. 



Duty. 



Quantity. 



Value. 



DutyColl'd. 



306 



$ cts. 
45 90 



10 



1 00 



2,056 
46,474 

599 

1,083 
725 

11,511 



1,876 



308 40 
6,971 10 

104 85 

98 30 
108 75 

1,726 65 



281 40 



322 
270, 200 



57 06 
40,530 00 



1,069,854 



186,456 14 



S cts. 



3,276 
6,358 
5,828 



752,568 
8,028,454 

89,255 

9,553,499 



798 

4,322 

1,403 155 



429 
484 
759 



52,312 

7,904 

85,401 

5, 149 

275,706 
3,788 

76, 277 



36,933 
122 

385 

371,631 

1,340,821 



cts. 

67 44 

72 60 

113 35 



5,231 20 

1,331 83 

13,783 63 

1,242 35 

28,611 06 
644 81 

17,918 15 



9,045 65 
47 

259 32 

42,066 12 

227,890 60 



103,905 



25,995 35 



5,442,330 



1,040,711 87 



19 



13,319 



83,251 
102 

769,081 



5,437 
6,261 

6,82« 
29,372 
19,412 



2,663 80 



16,650 20 
20 40 

115,362 15 



815 55 
1,252 20 

1,365 60 
7,343 00 
3,882 40 



93,620 



127,694 
10,900 

1,028,248 



5,676 
19,052 

39,526 
84,462 
67,575 



26,754 10 



29,983 10 
3,259 80 

186,633 93 



869 34 
5,089 50 

11,175 00 
26,624 50 
18,331 30 



933,063 



149,355 30 



1,476,753 



308,720 57 



,270 
67 



22,317 50 
15 08 



3,783,952 



258 



83 85 



786,100 

126,627 

51,719 

4,003 

62,753 



113,518 56 

35,386 00 

18,093 28 

800 60 

6,275 30 



11— i— 7i 



100 



CUSTOMS DEPARTMEXT 



7 GEORGE V, A. 1917 
No. 14. — Summary Statement of Foreign Merchandise 



Articles. 



Total Imports. 



Quantity. Value 



General Tariff. 



Quantity. Value 



11 



18 



Dutiable Goods — Con. 

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

Electric motors, generators and dynamos 

Total, electric apparatus 



Embroideries, not otherwise provided for. $ 
Emery and carborundum wheels and manu- 
factures of emery or carborundum S 

Express parcels of small value $ 

Fancy goods, viz. — 
Alabaster, spar, amber, terra cotta, or 

composition ornaments $ 

Bead ornaments . $ 

Boxes, fancy, ornamental cases and -wTit- 

ing desks, etc S 

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

Tinsel thread and tinsel wire, for the 
manufacture of braids, cords, tassels, 

ribbons or trimmings $ 

Cases for jewellery, watches, silverware, 

plated ware and cutlery $ 

Fans $ 

Feathers, fruits, grains, leaves and 
flowers, artificial, suitable for orna- 
menting hats $ 

Feathers, fancy, undressed S 

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

'of feathers, n.o.p $ 

Feathers, ostrich and vulture, dressed . . $ 
Ivory or bone dice, draughts, chessmen, 

etc S 

Lace, n.o.p., lace collars and all manufac- 
tures of lace; nets and nettings of cot- 
ton, linen, silk or other material, n.o.p. $ 
Statues and statuettes of any material . . $ 

Toilet and manicure sets $ 

Toys, and dolls of all kinds $ 

Total, fancy goods 



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

Total, feathers, n.o.p 



Featherbone, plain or covered, in coils. . . $ 
Fertilizers compounded or manufactured . . $ 
Fibre, Kartiivert, indurated fibre, vul- 
canized fibri! and like material and 

manufactures of, n.o.p $ 

Fireworks, firecrackers and torpedoes, all 
kinds 8 

Fish- 
Cod, haddock, ling and pollock, fresh 
imported otherwise than in barrels, 

etc Lb 

Cod, haddock, ling and pollock, dry 

salted " 

Cod, haddock, ling and pollock, wet 

-•ialtcd " 



3,583,237 
900, 123 



4,483,360 



48,609 

169,607 
1,726,650 



39,359 
12,541 

185,714 
243,538 



5,209 

20,758 
2,807 



499,773 
38,228 

203,186 
59,473 

330 



873,065 
48,621 
25,805 

642,333 



2,900,740 



23,395 
107 



23,502 



1,501 
613,288 



108,359 
24,268 



3,380,251 
865,040 



4,245,291 



1,167,459 31 



30,593 

169,300 
1,725,75 



35,766 

8,272 

125,257 
183,840 



5,143 

16,807 
1,748 



443,739 
13,897 

169,576 
36,069 

328 



282,688 
37,274 
24,333 

476,581 



1,861,318 



22,218 
84 



22,302 



1,501 
586,751 



107,712 
21,712 



46,818 

122,996 

200 



2, 250 
10, 202 

18 



29,393 

124,550 

200 



1,906 

10,383 

18 



i TRADE A2VD NAVIGATION 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 11 

Imported into Canada, &c. — Continued. 



101 



Entered for Home Consumption. 




Preferential Tariff. 


Treaty Rates. 


Total. 




Quantity. 


Value. 


Duty. 


Quantity. 


Value. 


Duty. 


Quantity . 


Value. 


DutyColl'd 






$ 

197,363 
34,653 


S cts. 

29,604 45 
5,197 95 




$ 

4,298 
1,465 


$ cts. 

1,074 50 
366 25 




$ 

3,581,912 
901,158 


$ cts. 

960,251 44 
243,451 02 


1 








■> 












232,016 


.34,802 40 




5,763 


1,440 75 




4,483,070 


1,203,702 46 














5,087 

307 
898 


1,271 75 

53 74 
185 75 




13,333 


3,688 45 




49,013 

169,607 
1,726,650 


15,667 75 

42,378 74 
482,939 21 


3 








4 












5 
















1,214 
1,305 

53,310 
38,963 

66 

3,876 
17 

56, 122 
16,258 

33,610 
23,404 

2 

459,415 

1,164 

1,410 

76,772 


242 80 
261 00 

11,995 20 
9,740 75 

3 30 

872 12 
3 40 

11,224 40 
•1,625 80 

6,722 00 
4,680 80 

30 

114,853 75 

232 80 

317 28 

15,354 40 




2,325 
2,964 

7,180 
20,548 


639 41 

815 28 

2, 154 00 
6,678 35 




.39,305 
12,541 

185,747 
243,351 

■5,209 

20,758 
2,745 

499,861 
30, 155 

203, 186 
59,473 

330 

867,134 
47,698 
25,818 

642,190 


11,612 01 
3,557 88 

57,989 15 
80,763 10 

517 60 

6,777 07 
797 37 

133,253 95 
3,710 35 

53,356 00 
14,599 89 

57 70 

248,405 74 

13,961 58 

8,856 33 

182,759 06 


fi 








7 








8 








9 








10 






75 

980 


22 50 
269 57 




11 








1'^ 








13 












14 












15 












16 












17 






125,031 
9.260 

75 
88,837 


34,611 19 

2,546 58 

22 50 

24,430 36 




18 








19 








20 








21 












766,908 


178,130 10 




257,275 


72, 189 74 




2,885,501 


820,974 78 














692 
23 


69 20 
4 60 










22,910 
107 


3,401 90 

27 72 


22 












23 
















715 


73 80 








• 


23,017 


3,429 62 






























1,501 
612,974 

108,391 
24,268 


300 20 
59,986 25 

27,046 85 
5,875 32 


24 




26, 223 

679 
2,556 


1,311 15 

118 85 
447 32 










25 












26 












27 


























29,393 

124,550 

200 


1,906 

10,383 

18 


293 93 
1,245 50 

2 00 


28 














29 














eo 



102 



CU8T03I8 DEPARTMENT 



/ 7 GEORGE V, A. 1917 

No. 14. — Summary Statement of Foreign Merchandise 



Articles. 



Total Imports. 



Quantity. Value 



General Tariff. 



Quantity . Value 



Dutiable Goods — Con. 

Fish— Con. 
Cod, haddock, ling and pollock, smokedLb. 
Cod, haddock, ling and pollock, pickled 

in barrels " 

Halibut, fresh, not in barrels " 

Herrings, fresh, not in barrels " 

Herrings, pickled or salted " 

Herrings, smoked " 

Mackerel, fresh " 

Mackerel, pickled " 

Sea fish, other, fresh, not in barrels " 

Sea fish, other, pickled, in barrels '' 

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

Oysters, fresh, in shell Brl. 

Oysters, shelled, in bulk Gal. 

Oystecs, canned, in cans not over one 

pint Cans 

Oysters, canned in cans over one pint and 

not over one quart " 

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

duty purposes) Qt. 

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

Lobsters, fresh $ 

Lobsters, canned, n.o.p Lb. 

Bait fish, fresh, not in barrels " 

Bait fish, salted, not in barrels " 

Salmon, fresh " 

Salmon, smoked " 

Salmon, canned, prepared or preserved, 

n.o.p $ 

Salmon, pickled or salted Lb . 

Fish, smoked or boneless " 

Anchovies, sardines, sprats and other 
fish, packed in oil or otherwise, in tin 
Vjo.xes weighing over 20 ounces and not 

over 36 ounces each Boxes 

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 

and not over 12 ounces 

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

Fish preserved in oil, n.o.p 

Fish, all other, not in barrels or half ha,T- 

rcls, fresh Lb . 

Fish, all other, not in barrels or half bar- 
rels, pickled " 

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

barrels or half barrels " 

Fish, all other, pickled or salted, in bar- 
rels " 

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

Fish oil, cod, n.o.p Gal 

Fisli oil, cod liver " 

Fish oil, whale and spermaceti " 

Fish, oil, other, n.o.p " 

Other articles the produce of the fish- 
erics, not specially provided for $ 

Total, fish 



177 

500 

6,957 098 

105,362 

1,232,282 

921 

2,444 

2,603 

42,229 

2,186 

12,922 

3,025 

207,310 

204,906 

5,166 



2,065 
18,497 



478 

24,800 

7,750 

365,283 

11,615 



9,393 
52,534 



5,046 

28,009 

136,080 
3,119,792 



310,861 
82,277 

747,968 
.55,191 



2,419 
11,969 
.52,. 374 
61,222 



18 

22 

291,311 

2,843 

78,762 

89 

238 

341 

3,542 

197 

1,469 

14,813 

241,313 

20,524 

1,696 



643 

4,212 

4,683 

162 

791 

248 

13,747 

2,190 

593 
1,011 
4,149 



869 
4,890 

11,572 

191,136 
9,455 

21,188 

7, J 

62,532 

4,828 
43,674 

1,999 
15,407 
24,. 580 
20,810 

21,586 

1,150,483 



177 

500 

772,069 

11,727 

389,935 

921 

2,444 

2,603 

39,341 

2,186 

9,773 

3,025 

207,310 

222,722 

4,701 



2,065 

17,285 



286 



44,870 
11,615 



9,393 
26,111 



5,046 

16,931 

20,929 
573,665 



310,162 
77,354 

756,3.38 
54,751 



2,419 
11,897 
33,594 
53,863 



18 

22 

30,029 

502 

23,906 

89 

238 

341 

3,276 

197 

1,123 

14,813 

241,313 

21,228 

1,437 



643 

4,102 

4,683 

108 



2,978 
2,190 

660 
1,011 
3,061 



869 
2,757 

2,916 

35,909 
9,034 

20,968 

6,956 

62,971 

4,795 
33,541 

1,999 
15,248 
14,. 394 
22,781 

22, 174 

627,587 



TRADE AND NAVIGATION 



103 



SESSIONAL PAPER No. 11 

Imported into Canada, &c. — Continued. 



Entered for Home Consumption. 




Preferential Tariff. 1 


Treaty Rates. 1 


Total. 




Quantity. 


Value. 


Duty. 


Quantity. 


Value. 


Duty. 


Quantity. 


Value. 


DutyCoU'd. 






S 


$ cts. 




$ 


$ cts. 


177 
500 


18 

22 

30,029 

502 

78,675 

89 

238 

341 

3,404 

197 

1,490 

14,813 

241,313 

21,228 

1,437 

643 
4,102 
4,683 

153 


$ cts. 

1 77 

5 00 

7,720 69 

117 27 

4,884 73 

9 21 

24 44 

26 03 

395 29 

21 86 

401 13 

3,703 25 

20,731 00 

6,681 66 

. 235 05 

103 25 
1,230 60 
1,170 75 

40 27 


1 














9 














772,069 

11,727 

1,228,482 

921 

2,444 

2,603 

39,717 

2,186 

14,002 

3,025 

207,310 

222,722 

4,701 

2,065 
17,285 


3 














4 


838,547 


54,769 


2,934 95 








5 








6 














7 














8 


376 


128 


1 88 








9 










10 


4,229 


367 


64 23 








11 








12 














13 














14 














15 














16 














17 














18 




45 


7 87 








496 


19 










■^n 




















•^1 














44,870 
11,615 


2,978 
2,190 

660 
1,011 
3,120 

869 
4,940 

13,575 

205,468 
9,304 

21,185 

6,956 

62,997 

4,795 
48,666 

1,999 
15,407 
24,580 
26,810 

22,177 


448 70 
116 15 

198 00 

93 93 

264 48 

302 76 
1,218 43 

3,689 84 

67,655 05 
3,235 60 

3,104 49 

773 54 

7,564 52 

547 51 
12,709 33 

449 78 
3,450 70 
4,511 97 
5,629 39 

5,543 95 


22 














23 














24 














9,393 
26,785 

5,046 

28,409 

168,795 
3,400,650 


!^5 


674 


59 


3 37 








^6 










?7 


172 

24,712 
430, 176 


22 

1,712 

18,701 
73 

217 


4 30 

494 24 

5,377 20 
14 60 

2 87 


11,306 

123,154 
2,396,809 


2,161 

8,947 

150,858 
197 


452 24 

2,463 08 

47,936 18 
59 10 


28 

29 

30 
31 


574 




310,736 
77.354 

756,566 
54,751 


32 










33 


228 


26 


1 14 








34 










35 




15, 125 


2,647 03 








36 










2,419 
11,969 
52,374 
61,222 


37 


72 


159 

10, 186 

4,029 

3 


19 87 

1,273 28 

503 63 

45 








38 


18,780 








39 










40 










41 
















105,621 


13,350 91 




162,163 


50,910 60 




895,371 


170,552 80 













104 



CUSTOMS DEPARTMENT 



7 GEORGE V, A. 1917 

No. 14. — Summary Statement of Foreign Merchandise 



Articles. 



Total Imports. 



Quantity. Value 



General Tariff. 



Quantity . Value 



Duty. 



Dutiable Goods — Con. 

Flax, hemp and jute, manufactures of, viz.- 

Bags or sacks of hemp, linen or jute S 

Canvas of hemp or flax, for ship's sails. . S 
Carpeting, rugs, matting and mats of 

hemp or jute S 

Embroideries and lace of linen, white 

and cream coloured § 

Sail twine of flax or hemp to be used for 

boats' and ships' sails Lb. 

Uncoloured damask of linen, in the piece, 
stair linen, diaper, doylies, tray cloths, 
uncoloured table cloths, or napkins of 
linen, quilts, counterpanes, pillow cases 

of linen and sheets S 

Handkerchiefs S 

Horse clothing of jute, shaped or other- 
wise manufactured S 

Towels S 

Fabrics, brown or bleached Yd 

Fabrics of flax, unbleached, n.o.p 

Tailor's hoUands of linen and towelling in " 

the web " 

Linen clothing, n.o.p $ 

Linen blouses and shirt waists $ 

Linen thread, n.o.p Lb. 

Shirts of linen Doz. 

Linen tape not over Ij inches in width S 

Tapestry, jute $ 

Jute cloth, or jute canvas, uncoloured, 
not further finished than cropped, 

bleached, mangled or calendered Yd. 

Fabrics of flax, printed, dyed or colour- 
ed, n.o.p " 

Other manufactures of hemp, or flax, or 
of which hemp or flax is the component 

material of chief value, n.o.p S 

Manufactures of jute, n.o.p S 

Total, flax, hemp and jute 



4,930 



562,274 
2,797,116 

2,470,384 



382,314 
20 



64,524,677 
125,510 



335,206 
483 

29,056 

3,636 

1,086 



596,903 
240,591 

, 1,601 
128,218 
108,275 
304,590 

221,540 

9,512 

128 

309,216 

250 

2,473 

744 



4,118,173 
17,822 



43,487 
160,304 



4,930 



23,508 
288,037 

131,510 



32,849 
1 



246,247 
1,067 

5,724 

553 

1,086 



48,899 
9,160 

405 

12,610 

3,491 

25, 166 

9,257 
5,101 

12S 

30,452 

39 

873 



49,249 40 

53 35 

1,431 00 
110 60 

54 30 



14,669 70 
3,206 00 

121 50 

3,783 00 

872 75 

6,291 50 

2,314 25 

1,785 35 

44 80 

7,613 00 

13 65 

305 55 



16,492,865 
23,729 



1,131,769 
4,143 



31,812 
24,892 



113,176 90 
1,346 58 



11,134 20 
6,223 00 



6.633,294 



1,592,874 



223,800 38 



Foundry facings of all kinds 8 

Fruits, including nuts, viz. — 

Dried apples Lb. 

Bananas, dried or evaporated 

Currants 

Dates 

Figs 

Prunes and plums unpitted 

Haisins 

All other dried fruits, n.o.p 

Almonds, shelled 

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 Brl. 

Blackberries, gooseberries, raspberries 

and strawberries, n.o.p Lb. 

Cherries " 

Cranberries Brl. 

f'urrants Lb. 

Grapes " 



12, 167 



12,109 



3,027 25 



698,756 

6 

8,669,852 

3,830,959 

1,753,707 

11,104,266 

24,634,714 

6,514,187 

881,745 

683,588 

710,800 

4,874,523 
1,210,534 
5,933.191 
2,303,646 
278,087 

5,337,031 

567,040 

17.056 

7,378 

6,193,652 



42, 

569, 

278, 

100, 

.593, 

1,643, 

315, 

228, 

79, 

69. 



668. 

8,655, 

3.825, 

1,741, 

11,016, 

24,275, 

6,064, 

318, 

668, 

683, 



263,695 
100,579 
330,800 
.535,517 
753,240 

428,562 

48,834 

96,754 

479 

328,042 



4,832,602 

1,159,102 

5,775,568 

8.58,812 

275, 130 

5,336,597 

565,806 

17,051 

7,378 

6.191,479 



41,251 
1 

575,191 

278, 179 
99,527 

590,049 
1,619,024 

297,493 
88,583 
77,815 
67,483 

260,399 
97,576 
324,730 
220,050 
742,692 

428,525 

48,725 

96,731 

479 

327,927 



10,312 75 

03 

57,704 82 

21,041 53 

9.578 20 

73,445 80 

161,838 60 

74,373 25 

12,729 68 

13,376 82 

13,670 98 

96,652 04 
23,182 04 

115,511 36 
34,352 48 

128,844 80 

106,731 94 

11,316 12 

24,182 75 

147 56 

123,829 58 



TRADE AXD NAVIGATION 



105 



SESSIONAL PAPER No. 11 
Imported into Canada, 6zc. — Continued. 



Entered for Home Consumption. 



Preferential Tariff. 



Treaty Rates. 



Total. 



Quantity. Value 



Duty. 



Quantity. Value 



Duty. 



Quantity. Value. DutyCoU'd 



538,899 
2,526,728 

2,338,970 



349,531 
19 



47,906,951 

112,840 



71,428 



16,934 
1,732 



545,394 
224,934 

1,196 
118,192 
104,749 
280,078 

212,517 
3,301 



278,842 

211 

1,382 

744 



2,971,975 
14,242 



11,842 
131,025 



S cts. 



10,714 20 



2,963 50 
216 55 



109,078 80 
56,233 50 

239 20 
23,638 40 
18,331 56 
42,011 70 

37,190 86 
825 25 



48,797 49 

52 75 

345 50 

111 60 



222,898 32 
3,560 50 



2,960 50 
19,653 75 



cts 



6,398 
1,337 



1,439 57 
233,98 



4,930 



5,761 



1,110 



1,872 41 



360 75 



562,407 
2,814,765 

2,470,480 



0^67 



382, 385 
20 



64,399,816 
136,569 



317,675 
1,067 

29,056 

3,622; 

1,086 



594,293 
239,855 

1,601 
1.30,802 
108,240 
305, 244 

221,774 

9,512 

128 

309 297 

250 

2,255 

• 744 



4,103,744 
18,385 



43,654 
155,917 



$ cts 

59,963 60 

53 35 

5,834 07 
561 13 

54 30 



123,748 50 
61,311 91 

360 70 
27,421 40 
19,204 31 
48,303 20 

39,505 11 

2,971 35 

44 80 

56,411 16 

66 40 

651 05 

111 60 



336,075 22 
4,907 08 



14,094 70 
25,876 75 



23 



4,990,718 



599,823 93 



58 



8 70 



34 

112 

11,482 



4 

6 

3,865 



17 

1 05 
344 46 



14,609 



3,907 38 



6,598,201 



827,531 



12,167 



3,0.35 95 



558,075 



1.38,638 



18,602 45 



2,489 

388 

56,943 



64 
10,523 



24 89 

3 88 

1,708 29 



1,392,249 



306, 209 



46, 407, { 



668,256 

6 

8,655,754 

3,825,766 

1,741,471 

11,016,893 

M, 275,811 

6,064,318 

887,799 

668,841 

683,549 

4,832,602 
1,161,591 
5,775,956 
2,308,004 
275,130 

5,336,597 

565,806 

17,051 

7,378 

6,191,4791 



41,251 

1 

575,191 

278,179 
99,527 

590,049 
1,619,028 

297,499 

231,086 
77,815 
67,483 

260,399 
97,644 
324,794 
536,782 
742,692 

428,525 

48,725 

96,731 

479 

327,9271 



10,312 



57,704 

21,041 

9,578 

73,445 

161,838 

74,374 

31,676 

13,376 

13,670 



96,652 04 
23,206 93 

115,515 24 
82,468 75 

128,844 80 



106,731 94 40 
11,316 12 41 



24, 182 75 

147 56 

123,829 58 



106 



CUSTOMS DEPARTMENT 



7 GEORGE V, A. 1917 

No. 14. — Summary Statement of Foreign Merchandise 





Articles. 


ToT.\L Imports. 






Quantity . 


Value. 


General Tariff. 




Quantity . 


Value. 


Duty. 


1 


Dutiable Goods — Con. 

Fruits— Con. 
Limes 


$ 

Lb. 
sh. 

.b. 

S 

Lb. 
ial. 




$ 

2,312 
240, 637 

182,748 

272,583 
24, 203 

227,467 

54 
994 




$ 

2,312 
240, 582 
182, 685 

271,991 
23,489 

222,940 

39 
994 


$ cts. 
231 20 


9 


13,184,833 
110,693 

11,641,581 


13,182,317 
110,662 

11,625,576 


131,823 17 


s 


Plums Bu 


33,198 60 


4 
5 


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

All other, n.o.p 

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

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

Fruits preser\'ed in brandy, etc., contain- 
ing more than 40 p.c. of proof spirits 


58.128 15 
5,872 25 


6 

7 

8 


3,860,604 

11 

66 


3,506,899 

9 
66 


87,672 66 

23 40 
496 20 






7,759,661 




7,227,462 


1,430,268 76 




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

Furs and manufactures of, viz.: — 
Fur skins wholly or partially dressed, 

n.o.p 

Caps, hats, muflfs, tippets, capes, coats 

tures of fur, n.o.p 

Total furs 


$ 

$ 








9 




788,092 




722,938 


216,881 40 










10 




322,545 
286,736 




329,134 
164,937 


49,370 10 


11 






49,481 10 














609,281 




494,071 


98,851 20 




Fuses, non-metallic $ 

Glass and manufactures of — 

Glass carboys or demijohns, bottles, de- 
canters, flasks, jars and phials $ 

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

Lamp chimneys, glass shades or globes. $ 

Ornamental figured and enamelled col- 
oured glass and memorial or other orna- 
mental window glass, n.o.p $ 

Painted or vitrified, chipped, figured, 
enamell(;d and obscured white glass ... .$ 

Common and colourless window glass. Sq.ft. 

Plain, coloured, opaque, stained or tinted 
or muffiod 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 

Plate glass, licvelled, n.o.p " 

Silvered glass, bevelled or not, framed or 
not framed t 

Stained or ornamental glass windows. . . $ 

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

Articles of glass, not plate or sheet, de- 
signed to l)e cut or mounted, and manu- 
factures of glass, n.o.p $ 








19 




134,235 




46,835 


9,367 00 










13 




298,336 

272, 137 
152,307 

3,943 

1,735 

722,078 

11,097 
178, 107 

100,735 

138,968 

186 

77,565 
15,673 
53,713 

389,766 




283,305 

261,727 
152,072 

1,522 

536 
703,288 

8,594 

170,854 

94,842 

129,888 

186 

49,779 
12,918 
44,958 

354,059 


92,075 90 


14 






85,063 73 


15 






49,425 17 


16 






380 50 


17 

18 
19 


18,'i23,'209 


17,'75i,'57o 


134 00 
87,911 70 

2, 148 50 


20 
21 

22 
23 
24 


805,706 

436,636 

546,416 

499 


771,573 

413,684 

520,970 

499 


17,085 40 

• 26,081 74 

45,460 80 

65 10 

17,422 65 


95 






3,875 40 


'>fi 






11,239 50 


27 






79,665 40 












2,416,346 




2,268,528 


518,035 49 















i TRADE AND NATIGATION 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 11 

Imported into Canada, &c. — Continued. 



107 



Entered for Home Consumption. 




Preferential Tariff. 


Treaty Rates. 


Total. 




Quantity. 


Value. 


Duty. 


Quantity . 


Value. 


Duty. 


Quantity. 


Value. 


DutyColl'd. 






$ 


$ cts. 




$ 


$ cts. 




$ 

2,312 
240,582 
182,685 

271,991 
23,823 

251,536 

39 
994 


$ cts. 

231 20 

131,823 17 

33,198 60 

58,128 15 
5,930 73 

100,667 78 

23 40 
496 20 


1 














13,182,317 
110,662 

11,625,576 


?, 














3 














4 




334 
28,596 


58 48 
12,995 12 








5 


742,583 








4,249,482 

9 
66 


R 








7 














8 


















43,460 


15,136 34 




444,847 


65,010 43 




7,715,769 


1,510,415 53 














29,898 


5,979 60 




25,551 


7,026 62 




778,387 


229,887 62 


9 












20,034 
119,688 


2,003 40 
23,937 60 










349,168 
284,625 


51,373 50 
73,418 70 


in 












11 
















139,722 


25,941 00 










633,793 


124,792 20 


















87,254 


10,906 78 










134,089 


20,273 78 


n 

















16,937 

10,457 
1,069 

2,421 

1,199 
18,790 

2,503 

7,2.53 

2,668 
9,080 


3,387 40 

2,091 40 
213 80 

423 71 

209 83 
1,409 29 

4.38 04 

543 99 

400 20 
2,043 00 










300,242 

272, 184 
153,141 

3,943 

1,7.35 
722,078 

11,097 

178,107 

100,735 

138,968 

186 

77,517 
15,673 
53,817 

390,086 


95,463 30 

87,155 13 
49,638 97 

804 21 

343 83 
89,320 99 

2, 586 54 

17,629 39 

27,288 19 

47,503 80 

65 10 

24,358 33 
4,426 40 
12,789 91 

85,894 35 


13 












14 












15 












16 












17 


371,634 








18,123,209 


18 










19 


34, 133 








805,706 

436,636 

546,416 

499 


20 


7.351 
25,446 


15,601 


3,225 


806 25 


21 

22 










23 




18,479 
2,755 
8,859 

19,529 


4, 1.57 98 

551 00 

1,550 41 

2,929 35 




9.259 


2,777 70 


24 








25 












26 






16,498 


3,299 60 




27 












121,999 


20,349 40 




28,982 


6,883 55 




2,419,509 


545,268 44 













108 



CUSTOMS DEPARTMEXT i 

7 GEORGE V, A. 1917 
No. 14. — Summary Statement of Foreign Merchandise 



Articles. 



Total Imports. 



Quantity . 



Value. 



General Tariff. 



Quantity . Value. 



Duty. 



DrTL\BLE Goods — Con. 
Gloves and mitts of all kinds 



Gold and silver, manufactures of — 
Gold, silver and Dutch or Schlag metal 

leaf S 

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

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

Sterling or other silverware, n.o.p $ 

Silver and other coin, foreign, except gold S 



Total, gold and silver. 



Grease, axle Lb 

Gunpowder and other explosives, &c. — 
Gun, rifle, sporting, cannon, musket and 

cannister powder 

Blasting and mining pov/der 

Giant powder, nitro, nitro-glycerine and 

other explosives, n.o.p " 

Gun, rifle and pistol cartridges, or other 

ammunition, n.o.p $ 

Gun wads, percussion caps, primers and 

cartridge cases S 

Gun or pistol covers or cases, game bags, 

loading tools, and cartridge belts of 

any material S 



Total, gunpowder and explosives. 



Gutta percha and India-rubber, manufac- 
tures of — 

Boots and shoes 

Belting 

Clothing, and clothing made waterproof 

with india-rubber 

Ho.se, including cotton or linen, lined with 

rubber 

Mats and matting 

Packing 

Tires of rubber for vehicles of all kinds. 
Rubber cement and all manufactures of 

india-rubber and gutta percha, n.o.p. . 
Rubber, hard, unfinished, in tubes, for 

the manufacture of fountain pens 

Total, gutta percha 



Hair and manufacturers of, not otherwise 
provided for — 

Braid.s, chains or cords $ 

T'urled or dyed, n.o.p S 

Hair cloth of all kinds $ 

Other manufactures of, n.o.p $ 

Total, hair 



1,277,863 



434,431 



$ cts. 
152,050 85 



47,980 

10, 145 

309,764 

100,496 

94 



31,416 

7,083 

178,396 

44,. 390 

42 



8,6.39 67 

2,479 05 

62,438 60 

15.536 50 

14 70 



468,479 



261,327 



89,108 52 



4,383,489 



213,091 



4,284,113 



206,613 



41,322 60 



Hats, caps and bonnets, n.o.p. — 

Beaver, silk or felt 8 

Straw, grass, chip or other material, n.o.p. i 
Hat, cap and bonnet shapes, and hat and 
bonnet crowns $ 

Total, hats, caps, &c 



529,496 
72, 230 

371,065 



3.54, 516 
3,260 

113,815 

327,777 

62,416 

6,400 



503,623 
72, 230 



358,565 



336,155 
3,260 

95,. 363 

265,948 

31,651 

5,556 



15,108 69 
1,444 60 

8,964 17 

79,784 40 

9,495 .30 

1,666 80 



868, 184 



737,933 



116,463 96 



104,807 
54,471 

445,822 

79,628 

2,738 

59, 172 

1,461,696 

819,147 

5,585 



94,172 
53,299 

129,470 

79,108 

2,612 

57,562 

,391,579 

629,368 

5,585 



23,543 00 
14,657 66 

45,314 50 

27, 687 80 

914 20 

20, 146 70 

487,052 65 

173,078 83 

558 50 



3,033,066 



2,442,755 



792,953 84 



1,140 
19,414 
31.318 
25,345 



1,077 
17,505 
11,367 

22,778 



376 95 
3,501 00 
3,410 10 
7,972 30 



77,217 



52,727 



15,260 35 



929,226 
1,6.36,858 

55,690 



588,383 
1,168,884 

. 48,234 



205,934 05 
409,109 40 

16,881 90 



2,621,774 



1,805,501 



631,925 35 



i TRADE AND NAVIGATION 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 11 

Imported into Canada, &c. — Continued. 



109 



Entered for Home Consumption. 




Preferential Tariff. | Treaty Rates. 


Total. 




Quantity. 


Value. 


Duty. 


Quantity. 


Value. 


Duty. 


Quantity. 


Value. 


DutyCoII'd. 






403.210 


$ cts. 
90.722 83 




% 
437,823 


% cts. 
131,346 90 




$ 
1,275,464 


% cts. 
374, 120 58 


\ 












16,127 

2,500 

129,453 

56,857 

52 


2.419 05 

562 55 

29,127 27 

12,793 04 

11 70 




437 

460 

1,559 

486 


109 25 
138 00 
467 70 
145 80 




47,980 

10,043 

309,408 

101,733 

94 


11,167 97 

3,179 60 

92,033 57 

28,475 34 
26 40 


o 






3 








/) 








•i 








6 
















204,989 


44,913 61 




2,942 


860 75 




469,258 


134,882 88 












88,228 


6.376 


797 02 








4,372,341 


212,989 


42, 119 62 


7 












25,873 


18,361 


517 46 








529,496 
72, 230 

371,065 


354,516 
3,260 

113,815 

285,004 

60,868 

6,320 


15,626 15 
1,444 60 

9,182 92 

83,595 60 

15,338 70 

1,819 60 


8 










q 


12,500 


18.452 
19,056 
29,217 

764 


218 75 
3,811 20 
5,843 40 

152 80 








10 










11 












)'> 












n 
















85,850 


10,543 61 










823.783 


127,007 57 


















11.558 
1.172 

322.421 

646 

126 

1.436 

26,700 

189.940 


1,7.33 70 
234 40 

72,545 47 

145 .38 

28 36 

323 14 

6,007 58 

28,491 00 










105,730 
54,471 

451,891 

79,754 

2,738 

58,998 

1,418,279 

821,674 

5,585 


25,276 70 
14,892 06 

117,859 97 

27,833 18 

942 56 

20,469 84 

493,060 23 

202,161 33 

558 50 


11 












15 
















16 
















17 












IS 












19 












■'0 






2,366 


591 50 




'?1 








00 




















553.999 


109,509 03 




2,366 


591 50 




2,999,120 


903,054 37 














63 

1.719 

21.335 

1.415 


14 18 
214 91 










1,140 
19,224 
32,702 
24, 193 


391 13 
3,715 91 
7,677 10 
8,290 76 


?3 


' 










94 




4,267 00 
318 46 










''5 












'>6 
















24.532 


4,814 55 










77,259 


20,074 90 


















340,490 
462, 115 

7,065 


76,610 75 










928,873 
1,630,999 

551,299 


282,544 80 
513,086 22 

18,471 58 


?7 




103,976 82 










'>H 




1,589 68 










oq 
















809.670 


182, 177 25 










2,615,171 


814, 102 60 

















110 



CUSTOMS DEPARTMENT i 

7 GEORGE V, A. 1917 

No. 14. — Summary Statement of Foreign Merchandise 



Articles. 



Total Imports. 



Quantity. Value 



General Tariff. 



Quantity . Value . 



Duty. 



Dutiable Goods — Con. 



Hay. 



.Ton 



Honey, in the comb or otherwise, and 

imitations thereof Lb 

Hops 



Ink, wTiting S 

Ink, printing $ 



Total, ink. 



38 



39 



42 



Iron and manufactures of, steel and manu- 
factures of, or both combined — 
.Agricultural implements, n.o.p., viz. — 

Binding attachments » $ 

Cultivators and weeders and parts of .. . . $ 

Drills, seed. No 

Farm, road or field rollers 

Forks, pronged 

Harrows and parts of 

Harvesters, self-binding 

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 No. 

Potato diggers 

Rakes, n.o.p 

Reapers 

Scythes Doz 

Sickles or reaping hooks 

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. ...... " 

Patrs of agricultural implements paying 
12§ p. c, 12^ p.c. and 12^ p. c $ 

Parts of agricultural implements paying 
12j p. c., 17J p. c. and 20 p.c, n.o.p... . $ 

All other agricultural implements, n.o.p. S 

Anvils and vises $ 

Cart or wagon skeins or boxes Lb . 

Springs, n.o.p., and parts thecof, 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, tramway or other 

vehicles S 

Bar iron or steel, rolled, whether in 
coils, bundles, rods or bars, com- 
prising rounds, ovals, squares and 

flats, n.o.p Cwt. 

Butts and hinges, n.o.p. $ 

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

Castings, iron or steel, n.o.p $ 



9,907 

434,583 
768,580 



7,932 

394 

7,546 



3,165 
96 
48 
6,921 
1,046 
2,028 

218 
9,815 

495 
2,159 



4,097 

488 
8,910 

118 
3,333 

427 

289 
2,880 

2,422 



79,215 



137,306 

38,733 
135,415 



9,881 

261,284 
642,532 



137,387 

30,790 
98,909 



$ cts. 

19,762 00 

7,838 52 
44,977 24 



27,483 
96,460 



13,388 
80, 188 



3,347 00 
16,037 60 



1,412,171 



202,689 



123,943 



6,707 

37,379 

68,814 

14,559 

3,937 

68,862 

343,526 

4,39] 

1,302 

1,894 

20, 176 

1,008 

80 

36,944 

31,140 

71,545 

598,641 

3,127 

18,458 

2, 109 

6, 350 

17,219 

773 

1,271 

8,623 

2,008 

104,508 

135,523 

62, 1.34 

53,080 

4,574 



209,296 



1,067,648 



2, 566, 029 
54,715 



524,330 
1,104,814 



7,930 

393 

5,894 



3,162 
93 
48 
6,388 
1,046 
1,094 

218 
9,794 

493 
2,159 



4,097 

488 
8,778 

118 

2,848 

97 

289 
2,169 

250 



79,215 



1,392,954 



202,089 



93,576 



6,707 

37,277 

68,814 

14,544 

3,257 

68,661 

343,245 

4,266 

1,302 

1,758 

20,176 

641 

80 

36,619 

31,126 

71,545 

598,085 

3,127 

18,458 

2,083 

6,350 

15,001 

197 

1,271 

6,299 

239 

104,508 

1.35,452 

56,619 

41,223 

4,574 



197,285 



1,050,093 



2,516,620 
53,715 



524,. 330 
1,090,800 



19,384 60 



8.38 41 

7,455 40 

13,762 80 

3,636 00 

733 13 

13,732 20 

42,905 87 

1,066 50 

325 50 

395 64 

4,035 20 

144 24 

18 00 

11,901 44 

6,225 20 

8,943 28 

119,617 00 

781 75 

4,614 50 

468 76 

793 75 

3,375 29 

44 36 

317 75 

2,047 71 

77 69 

13,063 99 

27,090 40 

14, 154 75 

12,366 90 

1,143 50 



69,049 75 



307,532 55 



487,533 90 
16,114 50 



26,216 50 
299,971 57 



TRADE AND NAVIGATION 



111 



SESSIONAL PAPER No. 11 

Imported into Canada, &c. — Continued. 



ENTERED FOR HoME CONSUMPTION. 




Preferential Tariff. 


Treaty Rates. 


Total. 




Quantity. 


Value. 


Duty. 


Quantity. 


Value. 


Duty. 


Quantity. 


Value. 


DutyColl'd. 






$ 


S cts. 




$ 


$ cts. 


9,881 

429,078 
770,360 


$ 

137,387 

38,605 
135,875 


$ cts. 

19,762 00 

11,194 40 
50,090 36 


1 


1&7, 794 


7,815 
36,966 


3,355 88 
5,113 12 








9, 


127,828 








3 














13,520 
16,009 


2,028 00 
2,001 22 




575 
263 


129 41 
46 03 




27,483 
96,460 


5,504 41 
18,084 85 


4 








5 












29,529 


4,029 22 




838 


175 44 




123,943 


23,589 26 


























6,707 

37,379 

68,814 

14,559 

3,937 

68,862 

343,245 

4,266 

1,302 

1,894 

20, 176 

1,008 

80 

36,944 

31,126 

71,545 

599,010 

3,127 

18,458 

2,109 

6,350 

17,219 

773 

1,271 

8,621 

2,008 

104,508 

135,523 

62, 134 

53,080 

4,574 

197,941 

1,052; 565 

2,565,614 
54,772 

524,330 
1,104,940 


8.38 41 

7,468 15 

13,762 80 

3,638 25 

835 13 

13,757 33 

42,905 87 

1,066 50 

325 50 

416 04 

4,035 20 

199 29 

18 00 

11,966 44 

6,225 20 

8,943 28 

119,732 63 

781 75 

4,614 50 

472 66 

793 75 

3,707 99 

130 76 

317 75 

2,512 11 

431 49 

13,063 99 

27,099 28 

14,982 00 

14,738 30 

1,143 50 

69,197 39 

368,088 78 

491,546 33 
16,325 90 

26,216 50 
302,113 07 


6 




102 


12 75 










7 


/ 








7,930 

394 

7,546 


8 


1 


15 

680 
201 


2 25 

102 00 

25 13 








9 


1,652 








10 










11 










3,162 
93 
48 
6,921 
1,046 
2,028 

218 
9,815 

493 
2,159 


12 














13 














14 


533 


136 


20 40 








15 










16 


934 


367 


55 05 








17 










18 


21 




325 


65 00 








19 










20 














21 




925 


115 63 








22 










4,097 
488 

8,910 
118 

3,333 
427 
289 

2,880 

2,422 


23 














24 


132 


26 


3 90 








25 










26 


485 


2,218 
576 


332,70 
86 40 








27 


330 








28 










29 


711 


2,322 
1,769 


464 40 
353 80 








30 


2,172 








31 










32 




71 

5,515 

11,857 


8 88 

827 25 

2,371 40 










33 












34 












35 










79,215 


36 




656 

2,472 

48,994 
1,057 


147 64 

556 23 

4,012 43 
211 40 








37 












38 


18,893 








1,411,847 


39 










40 










202,689 


41 




i3,935 


2,090 25 




205 


51 25 


42 



112 



CUSTOMS DEPARTMENT 



7 GEORGE V, A. 1917 
No. 14. — SuMMAHY Statement of Foreign Merchandise 



Articles. 



Total Imports. 



Quantity. Value. 



General Tariff. 



Quantity . Value 



Duty. 



Dutiable Goods — Con. 

Iron and steel — Con. 

Castings, malleable iron, when im- 
ported by manufacturers of mowers, 
binding attachments harvesters 
and reapers for use exclusively in 

their own factories S 

Cast iron pipe of every description Cwt 

Cast scrap iron Ton. 

Chain, coil chain, chain links including 
repair links and chain shackles, of 
iron or steel Ij of an inch in diameter 

and over Cwt. 

Chains, coil chains and links including 
repair links and chain shackles of 

iron and steel, n.o.p " 

Chains, n.o.p $ 

Tacks, shoe Lb. 

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

Engines, &c. — 

Locomotives for railways No. 

Locomotive parts $ 

Motor cars for railways and tramways. No. 

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 construc- 
tion Ton. 

Ferro-silicon, containing not more than 
15% silicon " 

Ferro-silicon containing more than 15% 
silicon " 

Spiegeleisen and Ferro manganese con- 
taining not more than 15% 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 Lb. 

Hardware, viz.: — Builders', cabinet- 
makers', upholsterers', harnessma- 
kers', saddlers' and carriage hardware, 
including curry-combs, n.o.p $ 

Horse, mule and ox shoes $ 

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

Iron or steel ingots, cogged ingots, 
blooms, slabs, puddled bars, and loops 
or otlicr forms, n.o.p., loss 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 manufacture 
than as rolled or cast, n.o.p $ 

Iron in pig Ton. 



108,277 
5,033 



6,804 

18,201 

" 45,281 

284,395 

59 



79 

9 

29,514 

102 



2,8.32 
1,259 



248 



12,862,206 



715,119 



267,. 371 



48,571 



161,103 
132,874 
58,305 



31,556 

73,739 

92,586 

3,306 

27,. 387 

248,301 

76,365 

27,014 

37,714 

3,415,644 

105, 199 

111,012 

120,205 

92,874 

459,068 



237,505 

44,868 

184 

115,999 
761,339 



5.35,268 
24,366 

846, 100 



384,787 



61.006 
712,072 



44,244 
5,033 



6,602 



16,675 



44, 128 

274,974 

50 



79 
9 

28,528 
97 



2,832 

1,230 

2 

240 
12,808,831 



714,868 



267,371 



49,92{i 



161,103 
65,92 
58,305 



30,495 



64,534 

7Q,661 

3,221 

26,785 

190,617 

76,365 

27,014 

37,714 

3,377,277 

94,933 

101,031 

105,419 

93,149 

452,208 



237,505 

42,088 

184 

94,644 
759.379 



495,855 
24,244 

845,552 



384,787 



59,450 
726, 150 



$ cts. 



28,193 08 
17,697 60 
12,582 50 



1,524 75 



12,906 80 

22,998 30 

1,127 35 

9,374 75 

66,715 95 
26,727 75 
9,454 90 
13,199 90 
928,754 56 
26, 106 75 
27,783 70 
28,990 68 

32,602 15 

135,662 40 



8,496 00 

3,075 00 

9 00 

600 00 



227,813 70 



148,756 50 
7,273 20 

89,358 70 



33,4tl 32 



20,807 50 
124,822 50 



TRADE AND NAVIOATION 



113 



SESSIONAL PAPER No. 11 

Imported into Canada, &c. — Continued. 



Entered for Home Consumption. 




Preferential Tariff. 


Treaty Rates. 


Total. 




Quantity. 


Value. 


Dut5'. 


Quantity. 


Value. 


Duty. 


Quantity . 


Value. 


Duty Coll'd. 






$ 


S cts. 




$ 


$ cts. 




$ 

161,103 
132,874 
58,305 

30,495 

73,592 

93,281 

3,306 

27,387 

195,483 

76,365 

27,014 

37,714 

3,408,649 

107,. 399 

113,569 

125, 103 

93, 149 

457,557 

237,505 

44,868 

184 

115,999 

761,339 

534,835 
24.366 

846, 100 

384,787 

61.006 
735,845 


$ cts. 

28,193 08 
36,907 50 
12,582 50 

1,524 75 

14,265 50 

26,512 96 

1,144 35 

9.495 15 

67,810 80 
26,727 75 
9,454 90 
13,199 90 
933,460 36 
27,976 65 
29,664 40 
31.943 28 

32,602 15 

136,732 20 

8.496 00 
3.118 50 

9 00 

612 00 

228,205 70 

156,558 80 
7,297 60 

89,377 52 

33,421 32 

21,157 61 
125,704 50 


1 


64,033 


66,947 


19,209 90 








108,277 
5,033 

6,602 
18,181 


? 








3 














4 


1,506 


9,058 

14,078 

85 

602 

4,86<3 


1,358 70 

2,815 60 

17 00 

120 40 

1,094 85 








5 




2,542 


699 06 


6 


1,153 




45,281 

284,395 

52 


7 


9,421 

2 








8 








9 










10 














79 

9 

28,732 

103 


11 














12 


204 


31,372 
12,466 
12,538 
19,684 


4,705 80 
1,869 90 
1,880 70 
2,952 60 








13 


6 








14 










15 












16 












17 




5,349 


1,069 80 










18 










2,832 

1,259 

2 

248 
12,862,206 


19 


29 


2,780 


43 50 








20 










21 


8 


21,355 

1,960 

38,896 
122 

548 


12 00 

392 00 

7,779 20 
24 40 

18 82 








22 


53,375 








23 






84 


23 10 


24 






25 


251 








715,119 
267,371 


26 










27 




1,556 
9,695 


350 11 
882 00 








28 


588 


::::::::::!::::::::::i::::::::;;:. 


50,517 


29 



11— i—^ 



114 



CUSTOMS DEPARTMENT 



7 GEORGE V, A. 1917 
No. 14. — Summary Statement of Foreign Merchandise 



Articles. 



Total Imports. 



Quantity. Value 



General Tariff. 



Quantity. Value 



Duty. 



Dutiable Goods — Con. 

Iron and steel — Con. 

Iron in pig, charcoal Ton 

Iron ore 

Locks of all kinds S 

Machines, machinery', &c. — 

Cranes and derricks No. 

Dental engines (electric) " 

Fanning mUls " 

Grain crushers " 

Hay presses " 

Windmills and complete parts thereof — $ 
Ore crushers and rock crushers, stamp 
mills, Cornish and belted rolls, rock 
drills, air compressors, and percussion 

coal cutters S 

Fodder or feed cutters No. 

Portable engines with boilers in combin- 
ation, and traction engines for farm 

purposes 

Protable saw-mills and planing mills — " 

Steam shovels and electric shovels " 

Threshing machine separators " 

Threshing machine separators, parts of, 
including 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 S 

Concrete mixing machines No. 

Sewing machines " 

Sewing machines, parts of $ 

Machines, adding No. 

Machines, typewriting " 

Machines specially designed for ruling, 
folding, binding, embossing, creasing 
or cutting paper or cardboard, when 
for use exclusively by printers, book- 
binders 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. $ 
Type making accessories for printing 

presses $ 

Cement making machines $ 

Coal handling machines $ 

Paper and pulp mill machines $ 

Rolling mill machines $ 

Saw mill machines $ 

Machinery of a class or kind not made in 
Canada and parts thereof adapted for 
carding, spinning, weaving, braiding or 
knitting fibrous material, when im- 
ported by manufacturers for such 

purposes S 

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

steel integral parts of $ 

Machines, washing, domestic No. 

Nails and spikes, composition and 

sheathing nails Lb, 

Nails and spikes, cut (ordinary builder8)Cwt 

Railway spikes " 

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

Pumps, hand, n.o.p No 



275 
1,595,995 



96 

105 

1,920 

200 

145 



1,115 



835 

4 

24 

1,00 2 



75 

15,874 



645 

7, 138 



6,582 

124,525 

887 

16.138 

11.336 

26,552 



5,433 

2,518,286 

202,869 

282,396 

9,974 

34,201 

6,503 

38,043 

45,935 



355,126 
39,209 



1,164,648 

3,334 

99,300 

636,164 



287,274 

42, 793 
29,048 
325,969 
110,421 
146,466 
377,131 



159,402 
249,568 

6,657 

25,474 

37,867 

524,751 

183,288 

134,031 



1,022,053 



12,481.229 
71,887 

3,389 

2,003 

27.410 

39,504 

134,573 



275 
1,595,971 



93 
105 
1.920 
198 
145 



1,115 



838 

4 

24 

1,003 



75 
14,794 



643 
7,107 



6,547 

124,525 

881 

16,138 

10.612 

26,506 



5,433 

2,517,725 

200,037 

275,625 

9,974 

34,201 

6,044 

38,043 

45,921 



329,406 
39,209 



1,166 967 

3,334 

99,300 

624,641 



287,637 

42, 793 
29,048 
308,064 
95,700 
146,131 
377,216 



158,151 
235, 186 

6,657 
24,321 

37,748 
398,835 
179,687 
133,763 



1,028,269 



12,203,600 
71.750 

3,389 

1,958 

27,410 

36,485 

133,947 



cts. 



687 50 

127,677 68 

60,011 10 

75,797 02 
2,742 87 
8,550 25 
1,511 00 

10,462 07 
9, 184 20 



90,587 00 
9,802 25 



233,393 40 

916 86 

27,307 60 

124,928 20 



57,527 40 

11,768 15 
7,988 25 
92,419 20 
28,710 00 
36,532 75 
94,304 00 



15,815 10 
23,518 60 

665 70 

6,688 26 

10,380 72 

109,679 76 

49,413 99 

36.785 07 



102.826 90 



3.355.998 37 

19,731 52 

508 35 

440 50 

8,069 00 

6,367 20 

40,184 10 



TRADE A'S'D XATIGATIOX 



115 



SESSIONAL PAPER No. 11 

Imported into Canada, &c. — Continued. 



Entered for Home Consumption. 




Preferential Tariff. 


Treaty Rates. 


Total. 




Quantity. 


Value. 


Duty. 


Quantity. 


Value. 


Duty. 


Quantity. 


Value. 


Duty Coll'd. 






$ 


$ cts. 




$ 


S cts. 


275 
1,595,995 


$ 

5,433 

2,518,286 
202,955 

276,396 

9,974 

34,201 

6,503 

38,043 

45,935 

355,126 
39,209 

1,168,345 

3,334 

99,300 

624,641 

288, 117 

42,793 
29,048 
328,204 
110,421 
146,131 
377,282 

159,294 
246,468 

6,657 

25,474 

37,867 

524,751 

179,687 

134.031 

1,028,269 

12,496,589 
72,073 

3,389 

2,003 

27,613 

36,529 

134,647 


$ Cts. 

687 50 

127,679 12 

60,608 73 

75,912 67 
2,742 87 
8,550 25 
1,579 85 

10,462 07 
9,185 95 

94,445 00 
9,802 25 

233,600 10 

916 86 

27,. 307 00 

124,928 20 

57,599 40 

11,768 15 
7,988 25 
96,447 20 
31,6.54 20 
36,532 75 
94,315 55 

15,872 25 
24,082 70 

665 70 

6,861 21 

10,. 398 57 

128,567 16 

49,413 99 

36,825 27 

102,826 90 

3,399,946 72 
19,779 97 

508 35 

442 30 

8,099 00 

6,372 40 

40,324 10 


1 


24 


561 

2,731 

771 


1 44 
546 20 

115 65 








9 






187 


51 43 


3 


2 




95 

105 

1,920 

200 

145 


4 










5 














fi 


2 


459 


68 85 








7 










8 




14 
25, 720 


1 75 
3,858 00 






, 


9 












10 










1,115 


11 




1,378 


206 70 








838 

4 

24 

1,003 


12 










13 














14 














15 




480 


72 00 








16 












17 














75 
15,997 


18 


1,203 


20, 140 
14,721 


4,028 00 
2,944 20 








19 










20 










643 
7,109 


21 


2 


66 

1,143 

11,282 


11 55 

57 15 

564 10 








22 










23 












24 












25 




i,i53 

119 

125,916 


172 95 
17 85 

18,887 40 










26 












27 












28 












29 




268 


40 20 










30 












31 




292,989 
323 


43,948 35 
48 45 










32 


42 








6,589 

124,525 

887 

16,238 

10,625 

26.553 


33 










34 


6 


45 
203 

44 
700 


1 80 
30 00 








35 


100 








36 


13 


5 20 
140 00 








37 


47 








38 



11— i— J 



116 



CUSTOMS DEPARTMENT 



7 GEORGE V, A. 1917 

No. 14. — Summary Statement of Foreign Merchandise 



Articles. 



Total Impobts. 



Quantity. Value 



General Tariff. 



Quantity . Value 



Duty. 



DuTL\BLE Goods — Con. 

Iron and Steel. — Con. 

Pumps, power, and parts No. 

Iron and steel railway bars or rails of any 
form, punched or not, n.o.p., for rail- 
ways, which term for the purposes of 
this item shall include all kinds of rail- 
way, 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 com- 
mon carrying of goods or passengers. .Ton. 

Railway fish plates " 

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 Cwt. 

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 lbs. 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 (galvan- 
ized) Nos. 12 and 13 gauge " 

Rolled iron or steel, hoop, band, scroll or 
strip. No. 14 gauge and thinner, gal- 
vanized or coated with other metal or 
not, n.o.p., including drawn iron or 
steel of this description for the manu- 
facture of mats " 

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 i 
inch in thickness, n.o.p " 

Rolled iron or steel sheets, polished or 
not, Xo. 14 gauge and thinner, n.o.p. ... " 

Roils of chilled iron or steel " 

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

Rolled round rod.s in the coil of iron or 
steel for the manufacture of ch.ains. ... " 

Sad or smoothing, hatters' and tailors' 
irons not plated $ 

Safes, doors for safes and vaults $ 

Screws, iron and steel, commonly called 
'wood screws' n.o.p., including lag or 
coach screws, plated or not, and 
machine or other screws, n.o.p $ 

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

Shafting, round, steel, in bars not exceed- 
ing 2i inches in fliameter Cwt. 



4,493 



10,724 

1,139 

246 



789,178 



1,331,428 

83,613 
1,085 



245,967 



344,899 



547, 128 

945,370 
2,468 



1,371,696 
46,843 



637,751 



306,725 
49,231 
10,938 



1,191,842 



29,618 



1,990,737 

151,982 
1,800 



575,379 



564,803 



907, 793 

2,161,219 
7,383 



1,882,820 

60,691 

4,350 
.59,519 

73,469 
85,676 
75,428 



4,437 



10,747 

1,144 

246 



788,527 



1,331,428 

81,842 
1,085 



246,096 



343,948 



547, 128 

930,245 
2,468 



1,384,784 
46,843 



619,519 



308, 188 
49,611 
10,938 



1,190 587 



29,581 



1,990,737 

147, 160 
1,800 



575,573 



500,843 



907,793 

2,095,912 
7,383 



1,904,705 

60,691 

4,310 
59,492 

71,944 
80,546 
75,334 



cts. 



170,368 66 



75,229 00 
9,152 00 
1,968 00 



275,984 45 



199,714 20 

28,644 70 
379 75 



28,778 65 



120,381 80 



82,069 20 

104.795 60 
2,214 90 



242,337 19 

8,197 51 

1,293 00 
17,847 60 

25, 180 40 
24, 163 80 
18,833 50 



TRADE AND NAVIGATION 



117 



SESSIONAL PAPER No. 11 

Imported into Canada, &c. — Continued. 



Entered for Home Consumption. 




Preferential Tariff. i Treaty Rates. i 


Total. 




Quantity. 


Value. 


Duty. 


Quantitj'. 


Value. 


Duty. 


Quantity. 


Value. 


DutyColl'd. 




56 


S 

18,261 


$ cts. 
2,739 15 




S 


$ cts. 


4,493 

10,747 
1,144 

246 

789,106 

1,331,428 

83,613 
1,085 

246,096 

344,899 

547,128 

930,245 
2,468 

1,384,784 
46,843 


$ 
637,780 

.308,188 
49,611 
10,938 

1,191,694 

1,990,737 

151,982 
1,800 

575,573 

564,803 

907,793 

2,095,912 
7,383 

1,904,705 

60,691 

4,350 
59,519 

72,352 
85,448 
75,430 


$ cts. 
173,107 81 

75,229 00 
9,152 00 
1,968 00 

276,107 50 

199,714 20 

29,021 03 
379 75 

28,778 65 

120,583 88 

82,069 20 

104,795 60 
2,214 90 

242,337 19 

8,197 51 

1,301 00 
17,853 00 

25,272 22 
25,144 20 
18,850 30 


1 










9 














S 














4 


579 


1,107 


123 05 




1 




5 










6 


1,771 


4,822 


376 33 








7 










8 














9 


95] 


3,960 


202 08 








10 










11 














12 














13 














14 














15 




40 
27 

408 

4,902 

96 


8 00 
5 40 

91 82 

980 40 

16 80 








16 












17 












18 












19 


37 








29,618 


20 



118 CUSTOMS DEPARTMENT i 

7 GEORGE V, A. 1917 

No. 14. — Summary Statement of Foreign Merchandise 





Articles. 




ToT.\L Imports. 










General Tariff. 








Quantity. 


Value. 






















Quantity. 


Value. 


Duty. 




Dutiable Goods — Con. 






$ 




$ 


$ cts. 




Iron and steel — Con. 














1 


Shafting, steel, turned, compressed or 


















$ 




11,923 




11,798 


3,539 40 


2 


Sheets or plates of steel, cold rolled, 










sheared edges, over 14 gauge, not less 
















than U inches wide, for manufacture of 
















mower bars, hinges, typewriters, and 
















sewing machines Cwt. 


10,257 


25,407 


10,257 


25,407 


2,540 70 


3 


Sheets, flat, of galvanized iron or steel.. 


" 


347,260 


1,161,156 


347,260 


1,161,156 


58,057 80 


4 


Sheets, iron or steel corrugated, galvan- 
















ized 


" 


1,558 


5,053 


1,558 


5,053 


1,515 90 


5 


Sheets, iron or steel, corrugated, not 
















galvanized 




53 


171 


53 


171 


51 30 


6 


Skates of all kinds, roller or other, and 
















parts thereof • . 

Skelp iron or steel, sheared or rolled in 


1 




33,363 




33,363 


11,677 05 


7 
















grooves, imported by manufacturers of 
















wToughtiron or steel pipe, for use exclu- 
















sively in the manufacture of wTOUght 
















iron or steel pipe in their own factories. Cwt 


1,904,802 


2,367,166 


1,904,802 


2,367,166 


118,358 30 


8 


Steel billets, n.o.p 


" 


220,067 


241,758 


219,532 


240,716 


76,836 20 


9 


Stoves of all kinds, for coal, wood, oil, 


















$ 




224,681 




222,299 


55,574 75 


10 


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


















$ 




10,505 




10,505 


1,050 50 


11 


Switches, frogs, crossings and intersec- 


















$ 




42,792 




44,209 


14,368 26 




Tubing— 














12 


Wrought or seamless iron or steel 
tubing, plain or galvanized, threaded 
and coupled or not, over 10 inches in 
















diameter, n.o.p • 

Wrought or seamless tubing, iron or 


1 




149,576 




148,832 


22,324 80 


13 
















steel, plain or galvanized, threaded 
















and coupled or not, over 4 inches in 
















diameter, n.o.p., butnot exceeding 10 
















inches in diameter, n.o.p. 

Wrought or seamless tubing, iron or 


$ 




78,819 




78,357 


23,507 10 


14 










steel, plain or galvanized, threaded 
















and coupled or not, 4 inches or less 
















Seamless steel tubing, valued at not 


? 




117,916 




115,987 


40,595 45 


15 
















less than SJ- cents per lb Cwt. 


10,254 


75,597 


10,254 


75,597 


3,779 85 


16 


Rolled or drawn square tubing of iron 
or steel, adapt(rd for use in the manu- 
















facture of agricultural implements... 
Iron or .steel pipe or tubing, plain or 


$ 




365 




365 


18 25 


17 
















galvanized, riveted, corrugated or 
















otherwise specially manufactured. 
















including lock joint pipe, n.o.p 

Iron or steel pipe, not butt or lap welded. 


? 




289,442 




285,708 


85,712 40 


18 
















and wirebound wooden pipe, not less 
















than thirty inches internal diameter. 
















when for use exclusively in alluvial gold 


















$ 




52 




52 


5 20 


19 


Ware— Agate, granite or enamelled iron 


















$ 




134,618 




130,597 


45,708 95 


20 


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 


$ 




98,201 




93,128 


27,938 40 


01 






3,607 
38 




3,607 
38 


1,082 10 


22 


Wire bound wooden pipe, n.o.p... . 

Wire cloth or wove wire and netting of 




9 50 


23 


















$ 




163,565 




146,586 


43,975 80 


24 


Wire, crucible cast steel, valued at not 
















less than 6 cents per lb 


Lb. 


333,284 


65,879 


333,284 


65,879 


3,293 95 



i TRADE AND NAVIGATION 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 11 

Imported into Canada, &c. — Continued. 



119 



E>rrERED FOR Home Consumption. 




Preferential Tarifif. 


Treaty Rates. 


Total. 




Quantitj'. 


Value. 


Duty. 


Quantity. 


Value. 


Duty. 


Quantity. 


Value. 


Duty Coll'd. 






125 


$ cts. 
25 00 




$ 


$ eta. 




11,923 

25,407 
1,161,156 

5,053 

171 

33.363 

2,367,166 
241,758 

225,468 

10,505 
44,647 

149,576 

78,819 

117,913 
75,597 

365 
289,503 

52 
134,782 

98,186 

3,607 

38 

163,631 

65,879 


$ cts. 
3,564 40 

2,540 70 
58,057 80 

1,515 90 

51 30 

11,677 05 

118,358 30 

76.949 88 

56,050 10 

1,050 50 
14,455 86 

22,399 20 

23,599 50 

40,980 65 
3,779 85 

18 25 
86 471 40 

5 20 
46,650 67 

28.950 00 
1,082 10 

9 50 

47,. 384 80 
3.293 95 


1 










10,257 
347,260 

1,558 

53 




2 














3 














4 














5 














fi 














1,904,802 
220,067 


7 


535 


1,042 
3,169 


113 68 
475 35 








8 










9 












10 




438 

744 

462 
1,926 


87 60 

74 40 

92 40 
385 20 










11 












12 












13 


SL 










14 










10,254 


15 














16 




3,795 


759 00 










17 












18 




4,185 
5,058 


941 72 
1,011 60 










19 












20 












21 
















22 




17,045 


3,409 00 










23 










333,284 


24 



120 



CUSTOMS DEPARTMENT i 

7 GEORGE V, A. 1917 
No. 14. — Summary Statement of Foreign Merchandise 



Articles. 



Total Imports. 



Quantity. Value 



General Tariff. 



Quantity. Value. 



Duty. 



Dutiable Goods — Con. 

Iron and steel — Con. 

Wire screens, doors and windows $ 

Wire buckthorn strip, fencing, woven 
wire fencing and wire fencing of iron 
or steel, n.o.p., not to include woven 
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.. .Lb 

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

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 Cwt 

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 pfete 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 S 

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 Cwt 

Steel plate, universal mill or rolled edge 
plates of steel over 12 inches wide, 
imported by manufacturers of bridges 
or of structural work or in car con- 
struction 

Steel, in bars or sheets, to be used 
exclusively in the manufacture of 
shovels, when imported by manufac- 
turers of shovels 

Rolled irpn or steel, and cast steel in 
bars, bands, hoops, scroll or strip, 
sheet or plate, of any size, thickness or 
width, galvanized or coated with any 
material or not, and steel blanks for 
th(! manufacture of milling cutters, 
when of greater value than 3i cents 
per lb 

Steel balls adapted for use on bearings of 
machiiiory and vehicles 

Flat st(!(;l, (-dUI rolled, not over i inch 
thick, for the manufacture of cups and 
cones for ball bearings Cwt 

Steel wool $ 

Tools and Implements — 

Adzt-H, cleavers, hatchets, wedges, 
sledgf's, hammers, crowbars, canfc- 
dogsand track tools; picks, mattocks 

and eyes or poles for the same S 

Axes. . Doz 



6,030,304 



69,085 



99,199 



3,166 



500,704 



39,336 



281,279 



1,0.3.' 



1,665 



14,992 



30,316 



165,471 
179,693 



240,516 



279,965 



61,529 

113,308 

165,912 
492,664 

1,745,102 

11,678 

170,416 

15,412 



896,074 



56,8.50 



1,838,. 322 
29,006 



3,. 582 
2,475 



24.. 393 

8,777 



5,915,354 



38,640 



99,199 



3,166 



500,704 



39,336 



281,277 



1,033 



1,650 



14,979 



27,472 



160,787 
176,396 



144,088 
184,964 



61,529 

35,476 

61,726 
211,630 

487, 113 

1,627 

101,769 

15,412 



896,074 



56,850 



1,838,308 
28,970 



3,582 
2,424 



22,700 
8,682 



$ cts. 
4,493 70 

4,120 80 



48,236 10 
-35,279 20 



36,022 00 



75,221 00 



4,959 95 

10,642 80 

18,517 80 
63,489 00 

146, 133 90 

488 10 

30,530 70 

2,311 80 



75,105 55 



5,900 40 



91,915 40 
2,897 00 



179 10 
242 40 



6,810 00 
1,953 83 



TRADE AXD XAVIGATION 



121 



SESSIONAL PAPER No. 11 
Imported into Canada, &c. — Continued. 



Entered for Home Consumption. 




Preferential Tariflf. i 


Treaty Rates. | 


Total. 




Quantity. 


Value. 


Duty. 


Quantity. 


Value. 


Duty. 


Quantity. 


Value. 


Duty Coll'd. 






$ 

13 

2.844 

4,810 
2,734 

137.319 

2,166 


$ cts. 
2 60 

284 40 

962 00 
410 10 

24,031 08 
452 10 




$ 


$ cts. 




S 
14,992 

30,316 

165,597 
179,130 

281,407 
187, 130 

61,529 

107,904 

165.912 
323,510 

508,571 

9,7.33 

170,473 

15,412 

896,074 
56,850 

1,838,308 
28,970 

3,582 
2,475 

24,393 
8,777 


$ cts. 
4,496 30 

4,405 20 

49,198 10 
35,689 30 

60,053 OS 
75,673 10 

4,959 95 

25,128 70 

39,377 73 
86,001 26 

150,425 50 

2,109 .30 

44,276 62 

2,311 80 

75, 105 55 
5,900 40 

91,915 40 
2,897 00 

179 10 
244 95 

7,148 60 
1,968 08 


1 












2 


- 










3 


54,338 








5,969,692 


4 










5 


314 






' 


38,954 
99,199 


6 










7 




72,424 

103,883 
110,063 

21,458 

8,106 
68,636 


14,484 80 

20,776 60 
22,012 60 

4,291 60 

1,621 20 
13,727 20 




4 

303 
1,817 


1 10 

83 33 
499 66 


8 








9 








10 








11 












1? 






68 


18 72 




13 






3,166 

500,704 
39,336 

281,277 


14 














15 














16 














17 














18 














1,0.33 


19 




51 

1,693 
95 


2 55 

338 60 
14 25 








"^0 




' 








21 


15 








1,665 


22 



122 



CUSTOMS DEPARTMENT i 

7 GEORGE V, A. 1917 
No. 14. — Summary Statement of Foreign Merchandise 



Articles. 



Total Imports. 



Quantity . Value 



General Tariff. 



Quantity. Value 



Duty. 



Dutiable Goods — Con. 

Iron and steel — Con. 
Tools and Implements — Con. 

Saws 

Files and rasps, n.o.p 

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

Knife blades, or blanks, and table 
forks of iron or steel, in the rough, 
not handled, filed, ground or other- 
wise manufactured 

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



88,303 
109,675 
571,799 



187 



5,728,676 



86,459 
90,600 
548,268 



18^ 



5,367,233 



$ cts. 



25,937 70 

27, 180 00 

164,480 40 



18 70 



1,610,169 90 



Total, iron and steel. 



67,265,128 



63,837,495 



13,121,507 91 



25 



Ivory, manufactures of, n.o.p $ 

Jellies, jams and preserves, n.o.p., and 

condensed mince meat Lb 

Jewellery, n.o.p S 

Knitted goods of every description, n.o.p. . $ 
Launches, pleasure, steam, gasoline or 

other motive power No 



Lead and manufactures of — 

Old, scrap, pig and block .Cwt 

Bars and sheets .' . " 

Pipe Lb 

Shot and bullets " 

Manufactures of, n.o.p $ 



2,055,250 



78 



1,627 

190,499 
687,274 

88,557 

25,268 



112,079 



77 



1,468 

16,786 

574,479 

50,945 

25,168 



256 95 

4,202 95 

201,067 65 

17,830 75 

6,292 00 



505,-322 

10,505 

158,067 

1,073,959 



2,520,819 
71,677 
10,991 
51,573 
78,335 



491,768 

9,749 

141,109 

1,062,825 



2,445,-587 

67,344 

9,098 

50,875 

54,065 



366,838 05 

16,836 00 

2,729 4t) 

15,262 50 

16,219 50 



Total, lead. 



2,733,395 



2,626,969 



417,885 45 



Leather, and manufactures of — 

Sole leather 

Leather, belting leather of all kinds 

Upper leather, not dressed, waxed or 
glazed 

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

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

Glove leathers, tanned or dressed, 
coloured or uncolourcd, imported by 
glove manufacturers for use exclusively 
in their own factories in the manu- 
facture of gloves 

Harness leather 

Tanner.s' scrap leather 

Upper leather, including dongola, cor- 
dovan, kangaroo, alligator and all 
leather, dressed, waxed or glazed, or 
further finished than tanned, n.o.p., 
and chamois skins 

Japannefl, patent or enamelled leather 
and Morocco 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 



121,830 
122,740 

9,082 

83,930 

1,219,45' 



700,25: 

178,931 

28,997 



299,103 



32.826 



2,509 
145,372 

282,944 

2,115,750 



85,6.32 
10,534 

9,082 

80,787 

1,091,298 



755,901 

178,380 

28,997 



240,459 

32,062 

2,485 
134,265 

123,586 

1,907,552 



14,985 83 

1,580 10 

1,362 30 

12,118 05 

163,694 70 



75,590 10 

26,757 00 

4,349 55 



36.068 85 

8,015 50 

372 75 
20,139 75 

18.537 90 

572.265 60 



TRADE A^D NAVIGATION 



123 



SESSIONAL PAPER No. 11 

Imported into Canada, &c. — Continued. 



Entered for Home Coxsumption. 




Preferential Tariff. 


Treaty Rates. 


Total. 




Quantity. 


Value. 


Duty. 


Quantity. 


Value. 


Duty. 


Quantity . 


Value. 


DutyColl'd. 






$ 

1,591 
18,127 
22,092 


$ cts. 

318 20 
3,625 40 
4,418 40 




176 
694 
408 


$ cts. 

48 42 
190 88 
112 25 




88,226 
109,421 
570,768 

187 

.5,591,539 


$ cts. 

26,304 32 

30,996 28 

169,011 05 

18 70 

1,655,654 80 


1 








"> 








"^ 








4 




215,992 


43,198 40 




8,314 


2, 286 50 




F) 














1,715,111 


301,120 02 




14,802 


4,065 70 




65,567,408 


13,426,093 63 














159 

191,861 

103,164 

37,095 

100 


23 85 

57,741 88 

23,212 70 

8,346 66 

15 00 










1,627 

208,647 

689,664 

88,040 

25,268 


280 80 

61,944 83 

227,886 65 

26,177 41 

6,307 00 


fi 


2,099,702 








2,211,781 


7 






12,021 


3,606 30 


8 






9 


1 








78 


10 












13,553 


73,773 

4,407 

1,893 

698 

14,935 


7,377 30 
661 05 
378 60 
139 60 

2,987 00 








505,321 

10,519 

158,067 

1,073,959 


2,519,360 
71,751 
10,991 
51,573 
80,484 


374,215 35 

17,497 05 

3,108 00 

15,402 10 

22,364 55 


11 


770 








1-? 


16,958 








13 


11,134 








14 






11,484 


3,158 05 


15 












95,706 


11,543 55 




11,484 


3,158 05 




2,734,159 


432,587 05 












36,198 
114,502 


4,524 76 
11,450 20 










121,830 
125,036 

9,082 

83,930 

1,213,812 

760,253 

178,931 

28,997 

296,171 

32,826 

2,509 
145,372 

217,553 

2,120,697 


19,510 59 
13,030 30 

1,362 30 

12,432 35 

179,009 13 

75,807 70 

26,825 88 

4,349 55 

43,033 17 

8,130 10 

375 15 
21,250 45 

30,283 91 

615,169 65 


16 












17 












18 




3,143 
122,514 

4,352 
551 


314 30 
15,314 43 

217 60 
68 88 










19 












?n 












?1 












?.•>. 












9-^ 




55,712 

764 

24 
11,107 

93,967 

209,478 


6,964 32 

114 60 

2 40 
1,110 70 

11,746 01 

41,895 60 










24 












25 












'>6 












?.7 












9.H 






3,667 


1,008 45 




29 



124 



CUSTOMS DEPARTMENT 



7 GEORGE V, A. 1917 

No. 14. — Summary Statement of Foreign Merchandise 



Articles. 



Total Imports. 



Quantity. Value 



General Tariff. 



Quantity . Value 



Duty. 



Dutiable Goods — Con. 

Leather, and mfrs. of — Con. 
Boots and shoes, pegged or wire fastened, 

with unstitched soles, close edged .... $ 
Harness and saddlery, including horse 

boots S 

Leather belting S 

All other manufactures of leather and 

raw hide, n.o.p $ 



Total, leather. 



Lime Cwt, 



Lime juice, crude onlj- Gjfl. 

Lime juice, and fruit juices, fortified with 
or containing 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 • 

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

Total, lime juice 



456,89'i 



456 

871 

259 
76, 124 



77,710 



26 



27 



Lithographic stones, not engraved $ 

Machine card clothing S 

Magic lanterns and slides therefor and- 

moving picture machines $ 

Malt, whole, crushed or ground Lb, 

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

of malt 

Malt flour, containing less than 50 p.c. in 

weight of malt " 

Malt, extract of, fluid or not, including 

grain molasses , " 

Marble, and manufactures of — 
Marble, sawn or sand rubbed, not po- 
lished S 

Rough, not hammered or chiselled $ 

Manufactures, of n.o.p $ 



1,198,425 

228,590 

3,080 

1,068.918 



Total, marble. 



Mattresses, hair, spring and other 

Mats, door or carriage, other than metal, 
n.o.p 



Metals, n.o.p., and manufactures of — 

Aluminum, manufactures of n.o.p $ 

Anodes of nickel, zinc, copper, silver or 

gold S 

BaVjbit metal in blocks, bars, plates and 

sheets $ 

Britannia metal, manufacturers of, not 

plated $ 

Buckles and clasps of iron, steel, bra.ss or 

copper, of all kinds, n.o.p., (not being 

jewellery) S 

Cages, bird, parrot,' squirrel and rat, of 

wire and metal parts thereof $ 



35,571 

135,119 
115,412 

889,874 



11,832 

117,386 
104,331 

813,906 



S cts. 



2,958 00 

.35,215 80 
23,475 21 

203,476 50 



6,579,695 



5,728,475 



1,220,963 49 



110,634 



456,872 



110,628 



19,360 44 



234 

1,687 

2,642 
76,956 



456 

935 

259 
59,967 



234 

1,7 

2,642 
61,041 



22 80 

701 25 

1,569 60 
13,735 00 



81,519 



61,617 



65,685 



16,028 65 



1,605 

44,878 

,188,006 
31,306 

11,014 

168 

59,558 



1,208,163 

228,590 

3,080 

1,090,836 



1,605 
29,402 

1,144,175 
31,508 

11,014 

168 

60,586 



321 00 
7,350 50 

286,043 75 
5,436 81 

1,028 66 

151 20 

53,930 28 



85,846 
23,983 
38,840 



85,826 
23,983 
35,666 



17,165 20 

3,597 45 

12,483 10 



148,669 



145,475 



2,583 
1.077 



2,566 
1,059 



33,245 75 

769 80 
370 65 



77,979 

9,866 

18,872 

10,773 

137,883 
3,539 



73,814 
9,557 

13,929 
6,787 

135,665 
3,511 



18,453 50 

955 70 

2,089 35 

2,036 10 

40,699 50 
1,228 85 



TRADE AXD XAVIQATION 



125 



SESSIONAL PAPER No. 11 

Imported into Canada, &c. — Continued. 



EXTERED FOR HoME COXSUMPTIOX. 




Preferential Tariff. 


Treaty Rates. 


Total. 




Quantity. 


Value. 


Duty. 


Quantity. 


Value. 


Duty. 


Quantity . 


Value. 


Duty coU'd. 






S 

23,667 

18,158 
11,046 

76,236 


$ cts. 

4,141 83 

3,631 60 
1,656 90 

11,435 40 




$ 


$ cts. 




$ 

35,499 

135,544 
115,377 

890, 142 


$ cts. 

7,099 83 

38,847 40 
25,132 11 

214,911 90 


1 












?. 












^ 












4 
















781,419 


114,589 53 




3,667 


1,008 45 




6,513,561 


1,336,561 47 












25 


6 


90 








456,897 


110,634 


19,361 34 


5 
























456 
935 
259 


234 

1,768 

2,642 
80,519 


22 80 

701 25 

1,569 60 
17, 143 72 


6 














7 














8 


17,512 


19,478 


3,408 72 








77,479 


9 












17,512 


19,478 


3,408 72 








79, 129 


85, 163 


19,437 37 




























1,605 

44,878 

1,184,696 
31,508 

11,014 

168 

60,586 


321 00 
10,058 83 

293,432 81 
5,436 81 

1,028 66 

151 20 

53,930 28 


10 




15,476 
34,568 


2,708 33 
6,049 59 










11 






5,953 


1,339 47 




12 






1,208,163 

228,590 

3,080 

1,090,836 


13 














14 














15 














16 


















20 


3 00 










85,846 
23,983 
38,833 


17, 168 20 

3,597 45 

13,433 20 


17 












18 




3,167 


950 10 










19 
















3,187 


953 10 










148,662 


34,198 85 


















17 
8 


3 40 
2 00 










2,583 
1,077 


773 20 
375 65 


20 






10 


3 00 




21 












1,748 

372 

4,852 

3,986 

2,114 
28 


262 20 

18 60 

485 20 

697 58 

422 80 
6 30 




2,280 


513 04 




77,842 

9,929 

18,781 

10,773 

137,779 
3,539 


19,228 74 

974 30 

2,574 55 

2,733 68 

41,122 30 
1,235 15 


22 








23 












24 












25 












26 












27 



126 



CUSTOMS DEPARTMENT 



7 GEORGE V, A. 1917 
No. 14. — Summary Statement of Foreign Merchandise 





Articles. 


Total Imports. 






Quantity . 


Value. 


General Tariff. 




Quantity. 


Value. 


Duty. 


1 


DuTL^BLE Goods — Con. 

Metals and mfrs. of — Con. 
Composition metal and plated metal, in 
bars, ingots or cores, for the manufac- 
ture of watch cases, jewellery, filled 


$ 

$ 
$ 

S 

$ 
$ 

s 

$ 
s 
$ 

$ 

$ 
$ 

$ 
$ 

$ 

neh 

$ 

$ 
$ 

S 




$ 

4,932 

24,093 
22,426 

17,218 

330,745 

51 , 645 
23,954 

72,866 

265,072 

3,895 

930, 158 

36,038 
762,568 

10,759 
76,509 

23,241 

57,438 

6,946 

5,748 

54,404 

1,799 
63,626 

1,019 




4,932 

23,945 
22,227 

16,787 

319,723 

51 , 347 
21,022 

64,167 

262,619 

3,854 

882,308 

36,035 
717,355 

10,7.59 
19,832 

23,181 

56,838 

6,946 

5,748 

45,425 

99 
62,910 

1,019 


S cts. 
493 20 


2 


Frames not more than 10 inches in width, 
clasps and fasteners, adapted for use in 
the manufacture of purses and chate- 
laine bags or reticules 






4,789 00 


■^ 






6,668 10 


4 


Phosphor tin and phosphor bronze, in 
blocks, bars, plates, sheets, and wire. 

Gas, coal oil or other lighting fixtures, in- 
cluding electric light fixtures or parts 
thereof of metal, lava or other tips, 
burners, collars, galleries, shades and 
shade holders 

Gas mantles and incandescent gas bur- 






1,678 70 


5 






95 916 90 


6 






15,404 10 




Gas meters and finished parts thereof. . 
German, Nevada, and nickel silver 






7,357 70 
19,250 10 


8 






q 


Ingot moulds, glass moulds of metal. . . . 






26 261 90 


in 






335 40 


11 


Lamps, side lights and head lights, Ian- 






264,692 40 


12 


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 






7,207 00 


13 






251,074 25 


14 






3,227 70 


15 


Pins, n.o.p 

Screws, brass or other metal, except iron 
or steel, n.o.p 

Stereotypes, electrotypes and celluloids 
for almanacs, calendars, illustrated 
pamphlets, newspaper or other adver- 
tisements, n.o.p., and matrices or cop- 
per shells for such stereotypes, elec- 
trotypes and celluloids Sq. i 

Stereotypes, electrotypes and celluloids 
and bases for the same compo.sed 
wholly or partly of metal or celluloid, 
n.o.p., and copper shells for such stereo- 
types, electrotypes and celluloids. . . . 

Matrices for stereotypes, electrotypes 
and celluloids specified in preceding 
item 

Type for printing, including chases, 






5,949 60 


16 


1,612,860 

239,030 
843,512 




8,113 35 


17 

18 

19 

20 


1,602,492 

239,030 
843,512 


24,037 51 

298 86 

4,217 58 
9,085 00 


21 


Type metal in blocks, bars, plates and 
sheets . . 






14 85 


?? 


Wire of all kinds, n.o.p 

Wire, twisted, etc., except iron or steel, 
n.o.p. . 






12,582 00 


23 






254 75 




Total, metals 












3,106,011 




2,902,341 


834,422 95 




Milk, condensed Lb. 

Milk and cream, fresh $ 

Total, milk and cream, fresh and 
condensed 






?4 


83,628 


5,988 
13,914 


47,966 


3,348 
13,914 


1,798 62 
2,435 28 


25 










19,902 




17,262 


4,233 90 















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SESSIONAL PAPER No. 11 
Imported into Canada, &c. — Continued. 



127 



Entered for Home Consumption. 




Preferential Tariff. 


Treaty Rates. 


Total. 




Quantity. 


Value. 


Duty. 


Quantity. 


Value. 


Duty. 


Quantity. 


Value. 


Duty Coll'd. 






S 


S cts. 




$ 


$ cts. 




$ 

4,932 

24,093 
22,426 

17,218 

329,838 

51,633 
23,954 

72,866 

265,072 

3,895 

919,636 

36,062 
761,851 

10,7.59 
76,293 

23,248 

57,436 

6,946 

5,748 

54,404 

1,799 
63,600 

1,019 


$ cts. 

493 20 

4,807 51 
6,707 90 

1,700 25 

97,939 90 

15,461 30 
8,017 41 

20,772 55 

26,384 55 

388 48 

272,158 00 

7,210 37 
261,302 91 

3,227 70 
17,264 92 

8,128 43 

24,141 07 

298 86 

4,217 58 

10,207 43 

184,85 
12.685 50 

254 75 


1 




148 
199 

431 

10,115 

286 
2,932 

8,699 

2,453 

41 

37,328 

27 
41,610 


18 51 
39 80 

21 55 

2,023 00 

57 20 
659 71 

1,522 45 

122 65 

3 08 

7,465 60 

3 37 
9,362 86 










9 












•^ 












4 








... . . 




<) 












6 












7 












8 












q 












10 












11 












191 






2,886 


865 80 




13 








14 




56,153 
67 

598 


11,230 60 
15 08 

103 56 




308 


84 72 




15 








16 


10,356 








1,612,848 

239,030 
843,512 


17 










18 














19 




8,979 

1,700 
690 


1,122 43 

170 00 
103 50 








•JO 












''I 












n 












?3 




















185,556 


35,937 63 




5,474 


1,463 56 




3,093,371 


871,824 14 












5,292 


639 


132 30 








53,258 


3,987 
13,914 


1,930 92 
2,435 28 


?4 








1 


''5 




















639 


132 30 










17,901 


4,366 20 



















128 



CUSTOMS DEPARTMENT 



7 GEORGE V, A. 1917 

No. 14, — Summary Statement of Foreign Merchandise 





Articles. 


Total Imports. 






Quantity . 


Value. 


General Tariff. 




Quantity. 


Value. 


Duty. 


1 


DuTL\BLE Goods — Con. 

Mineral and bituminous substances not 
otherwise provided for — 
Asbestos, in any form other than crude, 

and all manufactures of S 

Asphalt, not solid S 

Blacklead $ 

Mineral and bituminous substances, 

other, not otherwise provided for $ 

Plumbago, not ground or otherwise 




$ 

191,790 
22 53 ■> 




152,069 

22,170 

802 

134,059 

3.620 

46,108 


$ cts. 
38,017 25 


2 




3 879 82 




6,788 

144,804 

3,620 

50,503 




200 50 


4 






23.460 95 


5 






362 00 


6 


Plumbago, ground and manufactures of, 
n.o.p S 

Total, mineral and bituminous substances 

Mineral and aerated waters, n.o.p $ 

Mucilage and adhesive paste $ 

Musical instruments, viz. — 
Brass band instruments and bag pipes... $ 

Cabinet organs No. 

Pipe organs " 

Parts of organs S 

Pianofortes No. 

Pianos, parts of _. $ 

Piano and organ players, mechanical — No. 
Phonographs, graphophones, grama- 
phones and finished parts thereof, in- 
cluding cylinders and records therefor $ 
Other musical instruments, n.o.p S 






11,527 00 














420,037 




358,828 


77,447 52 










7 




128,392 
28,457 




112,082 
25,061 


19,614 85 


s 






6,892 62 










9 




112,895 

11,907 

9,300 

9,731 

143,169 

170,218 

3,665 

901,779 
91,049 




34,622 

11,899 

9,300 

8,855 

141,525 

167,351 

3,665 

913,255 
64.434 


8,6,55 50 


10 
11 

19 


285 
3 


284 
3 


3,569 70 
2,790 00 
2,213 75 


13 
14 


639 


631 


42,457 50 
41,837 75 


15 
16 


17 


17 


1,099 50 
273,976 50 


17 






19,330 20 














1.453,713 




1,354,906 


395,930 40 




Mustard , ground Lb . 

Mustard, French, liquid $ 

Total mustard 








18 
10 


771,944 


186,598 
17,090 


224,739 


.30,501 
17,035 


8,387 86 
5,962 25 














203.688 




47,536 


14,350 11 




Oils- 
Mineral— 

or refined Gal. 

Petroleum, products of, n.o.p " 

Crude petroleum, gas oils other than 
naphtha, benzine and gasoline lighter 
than -8235 but not less than -775 spe- 
cific gravity at 60 degrees " 

Petroleum (not including crude petrol- 
eum imported to be refined or illu- 
minating or lubricating oila), -8235 
specific gravity or heavier at 60 de- 
grees temperature. (From Feb. 
10th, see free goods) " 








20 

21 
22 

23 


6,331,792 
6,218,174 

29,918 

16,529,187 

7,113,851 
156, 128 


341,410 
585,816 

2,270 

415,815 

298,707 
05,345 


6,420,600 
6,149.659 

29,918 

14,012,093 

7,113,851 
153,442 


345,784 
582,075 

2,270 

375,881 

298,707 
63,762 


100,516 13 
153,741 72 

448 77 
70.060 53 


24 
25 


Crude petroleum in its natural state, 
■7900 specific gravity or heavier at 
60 degrees temperature, when im- 
ported by oil refiners to be refined in 
their own factories. (From Feb. 
16, see Free Goods) " 

Illuminating oils composed wholly or 
in part of the products of petroleum, 
coal, shale or lignite, costing more 
than 30 cents per gallon 


22,403 03 
12,752 40 



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129 



SESSIONAL PAPER No. 11 

Imported into Canada, «fec. — Continued. 



Entered for Home Consumption. 




Preferential Tariff. 


Treaty Rates. 


Total. 




Quantity. 


Value. 


Duty. 


Quantity. 


Value. 


Duty. 


Quantity. 


Value. 


DutyCoIld. 






S 

39,817 

9 

5,986 

10,312 


S cts. 

5,972 55 

1 13 

897 90 

1,546 80 




$ 


$ cts. 




$ 

191,886 

22,179 

6,788 

144,371 

3,620 

48,614 


$ cts. 

43,989 80 
3,880 95 
1,098 40 

25,007 75 

362 00 

11,902 90 


1 

























3 












I 












5 




2,506 


375 90 










6 














58,630 


8,794 28 








• 


417,458 


86,241 80 


















15,080 
3,349 


2,262 00 
586 15 










127,162 
28,468 


21,876 85 
7,493 27 


7 






58 


14 50 




3 










52,771 


7,915 65 




18,515 
8 


4,165 96 
2 20 




105,908 

11,907 

9,. 300 

9,731 

142,819 

170,095 

3,665 

929,4.57 
94,551 


20,737 11 
3,571 90 
2,790 00 
2,388 65 
42,716 30 
42,400 56 
1,099 50 

277,714 27 
27,207 50 







1 


285 
3 


10 








11 




296 

1,294 

728 


44 40 
258 80 
109 20 




580 


130 50 


1'' 


7 




638 
17 


13 






2,016 


453 61 


11 






It 




9,571 
5,399 


1,914 20 
1,079 80 




6,631 
24,718 


1,823 57 
6,797 50 


16 






17 












70,059 


11,322 05 




52,468 


13,373 34 




1,477,433 


420,625 79 












544,436 


155,722 

58 


27,251 74 
14 50 








769,175 


186,223 
17,595 


35,639 60 
6,1.39 93 


18 






502 


163 18 


19 












155,780 


27,266 24 




502 


163 18 




203,818 


41,779 53 












1,219 


341 

22,978 


18 28 
2,251 91 








6,421,825 
6,299,785 

29,918 

14,012,093 

7,113,851 
154,187 


346,125 
605,053 

2,270 

375,881 

298,707 
64,219 


160,534 41 
155,993 63 

448 77 

70,060 53 

22,403 03 
12,820 95 


'0 


150,126 








•?1 










90 














9-^ 














?4 


745 


457 


68 55 








25 



11— i— 9 



130 



CUSTOMS DEPARTMENT 



7 GEORGE V, A. 1917 
No. 14. — Summary Statement of Foreign Merchandise 



Articles. 



Total Imports. 



Quantity . 



Value. 



General Tariff. 



Quantity . Value 



Duty. 



16 



17 



DuTL^BLE Goods — Con. 

Oils— Con. 
Animal — 

Lard oil Gal. 

Neatsf oot 

Other animal oil, n.o.p 

Vegetable — 

Castor " 

Cocoanut, n.o.p 

Cotton seed, n.o.p 

Flaxseed or linseed, raw or boiled Lb . 

Olive, n.o.p Gal 

Sesame seed 

Vegetable oil, n.o.p 

Lubricating oils composed wholly or 
in part of petroleum and costing less 
than 25 cents per gallon " 

Lubricating oils, n.o.p 

Essential, n.o.p Lb 

Peppermint 

All otlier oils, not elsewhere specified... Gal 



Total, oils. 



Oiled silk, oiled cloth, and tape or other 
textile, india rubbered, flocked or 
coated, n.o.p S 

Oil cloth, enamelled carriage, floor, shelf 
and table oil cloth, cork matting or 
carpet and linoleum Sq.yd 



46,693 
11,296 
19,949 

130,352 
86,038 
137,157 
227,333 
215,522 
1,489 
115,461 



3,706,877 
1,016,005 

254,261 
11,334 

273,739 



1,681,490 



23,546 

9,102 

11,485 

99,311 
77,106 
65,152 
17,649 
293,105 
1,806 
69,263 



507,222 
305,758 
299,222 
17,821 
108,951 



3,615,862 



Total, oil cloth, &c. 



Optical, philosophical, photographic and 

mathematical instruments, n.o.p S 

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 manu- 
facture of cameras and kodaks $ 

Spectacles, eye-glasses and ground or 

finished spectacle or eye-glass lenses... $ 
Spectacle frames, eye-glass frames, and 

metal parts of 8 

Silvered lenses for automobile lamps . . S 

Total, optical instruments, &c 



Packages, usual coverings, containing 
goods subject to any ad valorem duty, 
not included in the invoice value of the 
goods they contained 

Parkagcs paying 17^, 22i and 25 per cent. . 

Packages paying 20, 30 and 32J per cent.. . 



Total, packages. 



Paints and colours — 

Brocade and bronze powders $ 

Gold liquid paint $ 

Lead, white, dry LV) 

Lead, white, ground in oil " 

Lead, red, dry and orange mineral " 



422,. 502 

112,114 

1,256,051 



531,053 



543,341 



1,074,394 



817,703 



2,482 

39,028 

80,779 
377 



940,369 



46,693 
11,296 
17,049 

8,270 

32,390 

136,451 

93,859 

143,273 

1,489 

99,545 



,755,849 
887,790 
244,082 
10,758 
248,430 



501,725 



23,546 
9,102 
10,466 

8,234 
28,530 
64,754 

8,431 
180,322 

1,806 
59,661 



510,524 

260,00' 

287,550 

17,131 

98,849 



3,237,392 



982,726 
198,853 
344,164 



1,525,743 



9,769 
8.900 

22,383 
6,618 

81,184 



388,506 
118,442 



cts. 



5,886 50 
2,275 50 
1,831 58 

1,441 06 
4,992 86 

11,332 25 
1,548 82 

36,064 40 
451 .50 

10,440 95 



93,897 19 
52,001 40 
21,667 23 
1,284 90 
17,299 35 



682,238 07 



116,551 SO 
41,454 70 



506,948 158,006 50 



394,546 



2,482 

37,678 

80,762 
265 



515,733 



382,186 
112,915 
197,051 



692,152 



407,088 

57,947 

1,256,051 



9,86 
8,783 

21,371 
2,918 

81,184 



98,636 50 



186 13 

11,303 40 

16, 152 40 

39 75 



126,318 18 



76,437 20 
28,228 75 
64,043 63 



168,709 58 



2,712 25 
2,195 75 
6,411 30 
1,094 26 
4,059 20 



TRADE AND NAVIGATION 



131 



SESSIONAL PAPER No. 11 

Imported into Canada, &c. — Continued. 







Entered fob Hqme Consumption. 










Preferential Tariff. 


Treaty Rates. 


Total. 




Quantity. 


Value. 


Duty. 


Quantity . 


Value. 


Duty. 


Quantity. 


Value. 


DutyColl'd. 




40 


S 
24 


S cts. 
3 60 




$ 


$ cts. 


46,733 
11,290 
19,949 

131,049 
86,038 
137,7.57 
191,179 
191,785 
1,489 
115,622 

3,757,762 

980,242 

255,225 

10,849 

273,840 


$ 

23,570 

9,102 

11,485 

99,246 
77,106 
65,569 
15,520 
257,. 352 
1,80G 
69,311 

510,982 
284,078 
299,740 
17,. 343 
109,087 


S cts. 

5,890 10 
2,275 50 
1,984 43 

15,092 86 
11,064 87 
11,454 50 
2,765 20 
47,618 90 
451 50 
11,888 45 

93,925 88 
55,010 41 
22,176 73 
1,295 50 
18,835 05 


I 










'->, 


2 900 


1,019 

91,012 

48,576 

5?1.1 


152 85 

13,651 80 

6,072 01 

122 25 

1,216 38 

3,137 85 








■^ 


122 779 








4 


53 648 








<> 


1 306 








fi 


97',3'0 7 nsfll 








7 


10,505 


20,919 


38,007 


56,111 


8,416 65 


8 


16,077 
1.913 


9,650 

458 
24,071 
12,190 

212 
10,238 


1,447 50 

28 69 

3,009 01 

609 50 

10 60 
1,535 70 








10 








11 


92,452 
11,163 








n 








13 


91 








14 


25,410 








15 














250,049 


33,336 48 




56,111 


8,416 65 




3,543,552 


723,991 20 














144,399 
424,388 


28,879 80 
106,097 00 










532,905 
542,830 


145,431 60 
147,551 70 


Ifi 


1,176,571 






. 


1,678,296 


17 














568,787 


134,976 80 










1,075,735 


292,983 30 


















72,238 


12,642 27 




13,867 


3,120 14 




480,651 

2,482 

38,458 

80,789 
265 


114,398 91 

186 13 

11,459 40 

16,156 45 
39 75 


18, 








! 

\9 




780 
27 


156 00 
4 05 










20 












21 












2?. 




















73,045 


12,802 32 




13,867 


3,120 14 




602,645 


142,240 64 














607,171 

56,164 

226,609 


91,075 65 

9,829 89 

45,321 80 










989,357 
207,867 
423,660 


167,512 85 

46,786 81 

109,365 43 


2.-? 






38,788 


8,728 17 




24 








25 
















889,944 


146,227 34 




38,788 


8,728 17 




1,620,884 


323,665 09 












20 

117 

1,014 

3,815 


3 GO 

17 55 

202 80 

1,144 50 










9,882 
8,900 

22,385 
6,733 

81,184 


2,715 25 
2,213 30 
6,614 10 
2,238 76 
4,059 20 


2(> 












27 


14,926 






V 


422,014 

113,964 

1,256,051 


28 


56,017 








29 












3ft 



11— i— 91 



132 



CUSTOMS DEPARTMENT 



7 GEORGE V, A. 1917 

No. 14. — Summary Statement of Foreign Merchandise 



Articles. 



Total Imports. 



Quantity. 



Value. 



General Tariff. 



Quantity. Value. 



Duty. 



DuTUBLE Goods — Con. 

Paints and colours — Con . 
Ochres, ochrey earths, siennas and Lb. 

umbers 

Zinc white 

Oxides, fire proofs, rough stuffs, fillers 

and colours, dry, n.o.p " 

Liquid fillers, anti-corrosive and anti- 

fouling paints, and ground and liquid 

paints, n.o.p 

Paris green, dry .•■•;■. " 

Paints and colours ground in spirits, and 

all spirit varnishes and lacquers Gal. 

Putty Lb. 

Total, paints and colours 



2,561,440 
11,630,634 

■5,194,426 



2,791,765 
111,260 

4,084 
377,754 



27,882 
811,030 

298,144 



270,164 
15,510 

10,551 
7,562 



2,312,654 
11,630,634 

4,209,441 



2,164,886 
30,448 

4,081 
365,878 



24,166 
811,030 

203,351 



194,273 
4,721 

10,547 
7,167 



1,569,697 



1,379,373 



Paintings in oil or watercolours and pastels, 
when valued at less than §20 each No 

Paper and manufactures of, — 
Albumenized and other papers and 
films, chemically prepared for photo- 
graphers' u.se , . . $ 

Bags or sacks, printed or not $ 

Cards for playing Packs 

Card board not pasted or coated $ 

Envelopes M. 

Felt board S 

Hangings of wall paper, including 

borders Rolls 

Leather board, leatheroid and manu- 
factures of, n.o.p S 

Millboard not coated or pasted $ 

Union collar cloth paper in rolls or sheets 

not glos.sed or finished $ 

Union collar cloth paper in rolls or sheets 

glossed or finished S 

Pads not printed, papier mache ware, 

n.o.p '■'■ * 

Paper, manufactures of, n.o.p ■ 8 

Paper matting when for use in Canadian 

manufactures S 

Patterns, boot and shoe, manufactures 

of paper •• S 

Printing paper (for newspapers) in sheets 
or rolls, valued at not more than 2jc. 
per pound Lb. 

25 Printing paper, n.o.p 

26 Ruled and border and coated papers; 
Vjoxed papers and papeteries $ 

27 Straw board not pasted or coated Lb. 

28 Tarred and other building papers, n.o.p. S 

29 Window blinds of paper of all kinds S 

30 Wrapping Lb. 

31 All kinds, n.o.p * 



1,158 



2,168 



1,094 



1,556 



490,691 

"72,473 



2,520,629 



34 



Total, paper. 



Pencils, lead ; ' 

Pens, penholders and rulers of all kinds. . . I 

Perfumery, non-alcoholic, viz. — 

Hair oil, tooth and other powders and 
washes, pomatums, pastes and all other 
perfumed preparations, n.o.p., used for 
the hair, inouf h or skin 



244,006 
4,374,274 



7,703,378 



4,740,819 



192,588 
44,891 
64,65 
87,5.55 
84,283 
5,003 

209,954 

12,790 
56,457 

814 

4,545 

6,966 
1,711,791 

2,977 

14,583 



5,3.36 
255,469 

182,715 
108,562 
188,296 
141 
139.961 
1,225,516 



179,927 
' 66J59 



2,269,097 



4,605,845 



224,658 
2,943,367 



7,702,788 



4,731,123 



264,505 
130,513 



449,352 



148,343 
31,286 
28,941 
86,684 
73,353 
4,993 

178,083 

12,229 
54,950 

756 

4,545 

6,188 
1,432,643 

2,977 

14,583 



4,860 
173,631 

151,481 
108,550 
188,034 
141 
138,733 
980,813 



cts. 



3,624 90 
40,551 50 

45,755 43 



58,281 90 
472 10 

5,101 25 
1,791 75 



172,051 59 



389 00 



3,826,797 



248,468 
75,971 



423,093 



44,502 90 
8,604 25 
14,394 16 
21,671 00 
25,673 55 
1,248 25 

62,329 05 

3,057 25 
13,737 50 

113 40 

909 00 

2,165 80 
501,425 05 

744 25 

2,187 45 



729 00 
43,407 75 

53,018 35 
27,137 50 
47,008 50 
49 35 
34,683 25 
245,203 25 



1,153,999 81 



68,. 330 21 
20,892 85 



1.37,507 87 



TRADE AND XAYIGATION 



133 



SESSIONAL PAPER No. 11 

Imported into Canada, &c. — Continued. 



Entered for Home Coxsumption. 




Preferential Tariff. 


Treaty Rates. 


Total. 




Quantity. 1 Value. 


Duty. 


Quantity . 


Value. 


Duty. 


Quantity . 


Value. 


DutyCoIl'd. 




248,785 


3,716 


$ cts. 
371 60 




$ 


S cts. 


2,561,440 
11,630,634 

5,173,090 

2,782,449 
118,860 

4,081 
377,754 


S 

27,882 
811,0.30 

,297,430 

270,462 
16,812 

10,547 
7,562 


$ cts. 

3,996 50 
40,551 50 

59,867 28 

73,519 70 
1,076 65 

5,101 25 
1,860 88 


1 










0; 


963,649 


94,079 

76,189 
12,091 


14,111 85 

15,237 80 
604 55 








3 


617,563 








4^ 


88,412 








,<> 










R 


11,876 


395 


69 13 








7 














191,436 


31,762 78 










1,570,809 


203,814 37 
















64 


612 


91 80 








1,158 


2,168 


480 80 


8 














* 44,643 

13,236 

38.128 

871 

11,184 

10 

29,865 

561 
1,531 

58 


6,690 45 

1,985 40 

16,408 40 

130 65 

2,516 71 

1 50 

6,719 75 

84 15 
229 65 

5 80 










192,986 
44,522 
67,069 
87,555 
84,5.37 
5,003 

207,948 

12,790 
56,481 

814 

4,545 

6,968 
1,712,435 

2,977 

14,583 

5,336 
255,469 

182,513 
108,562 
188,712 
141 
141,110 
1,227,202 


51,199 35 
10,589 05 
30,802 56 
21,801 65 
28,190 26 
1,249 75 

69,048 80 

3,141 40 
13,967 15 

119 20 

909 00 

2,341 .32 
564,379 25 

744 25 

2,187 45 

776 60 
55,683 45 

60,000 91 
27,139 .30 
47,110 20 
49 35 
35,039 80 
282,161 60 


Q 












10 


. 328,168 








508,095 


11 










n 


6,658 








72,817 


13 










14 


224,413 








2,493,510 


15 










16 












17 












18 












19 




780 
279,792 


175 52 
62,954 20 










'>0 












?! 












'y.?, 
















n 


19,348 


476 
81,8.38 

31,032 

12 

678 


47 60 
12,275 70 

6,982 56 

1 80 

101 70 








244,006 
4,374,274 


94 


1,430,907 








25 










■Jfi 


590 








7,703,378 


97 










■^s 












9Q 


41,641 


2,377 
246,389 


356 55 
36,958 35 








4,772,764 


30 










31 
















783,461 


154,632 44 










4,610,258 


1,308,632 25 


















16,777 
54,305 

25,236 


2,516 55 
8,145 75 

6,309 00 




363 

87 


90 75 
21 75 




265,608 
130,363 

448,329 


70,937 51 
29,060 35 

143,816 87 


3? 








3,H 






34 



134 



CUSTOMS DEPARTMENT 



7 GEORGE V, A. 1917 
No. 14. — Summary Statement of Foreign Merchandise 



Articles. 



Dutiable Goods — Con. 

Photographic dry plates $ 

Picture and photograph frames of any 
material $ 



Pickles, viz. — 
Pickles in bottles, jars or similar vessels. Gal 

Pickles in bulk 

Olives in brine, not bottled 

Olives, in brine, imported by manufac- 
turers for the manufacture of pickles. . 



Total, pickles. 



Plants and trees, viz.— 

Apple trees No 

Cherry trees 

Currant bushes 

Florist stock, viz.: palms, ferns, rubber 
plants (ficus), gladiolus, cannas, 

dahlias and paeonies $ 

Gooseberrj' bushes No 

Grape Vines 

Peach trees and June buds " 

Pear trees 

Plum trees 

Raspberry bushes 

Rose bushes 

Quince trees " 

Fruit plants, n.o.p " 

Trees, plants and shrubs known as nursery 

stock, n.o.p S 

Cut flowers $ 

Total, plants and trees 



ToT.\L Imports. 



Quantity . Value 



Plaster of Paris, or gyp.sum, ground not 
calcined — C wt 

Plaster of Paris, or gypsum, calcined and 
prepared wallplaster " 

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, pursers, reticules, 
8at(!hcls, card cases, fly hooks and 
musical instrument cases $ 

Polish or composition, knife and other, 
n.o.p $ 

Pomades, French, or flower, odours, etc., 
iinportful in tins of not less than ten 
pounds (!ach Lb 

Post office parcels and packages $ 

Precious stones and imitations thereof not 
mounted or set, and pearls and imitations 
thereof, pierced, split, strung or not, but 
not set or mounted $ 



71,524 
22,267 
47,124 

71,664 



212,579 



79,090 

22,313 

7,416 



49,720 
30,502 
42,155 
7,997 
25,753 
99,874 
•203,854 

4,0 
213,820 



3,799 
45,180 



48,979 



563 



35,29§ 
92,876 



70,761 

8,434 

29,802 

27,576 



136,573 



General Tariff. 



Quantity . Value 



10,205 
18,954 
40,447 

71,634 



141,240 



9,966 
5,046 

738 



23,633 

2,986 

703 

2,796 

1,489 

12,175 
1,755 

14,989 

303 

1,717 

57,462 

78,816 



13,894 
78,474 



11,125 

7,359 

24,903 

27,560 



70,947 



214,574 



2,957 
14,318 



17,275 



78,825 

22,228 

7,416 



.35,500 

30,464 

42,155 

7,965 

25,748 

99,874 

174,-593 

4,025 

210,920 



2,841 
44,998 



47,839 



52,714 

344,175 
137,614 



814 
1,2.59,888 



129,162 



9,896 
5,015 

738 



21,924 

2,269 

655 

2,796 

1,463 

12,171 
1,755 

10,920 

303 

1,636 

53,195 

78,775 



203,511 



1,983 
14,222 
16,205 



363 



47,728 

.306,182 
76,114 

522 
1,044,923 

91,776 



Duty. 



$ cts. 

4,168 20 

23,542 20 



3,893 75 
2,575 65 
7,470 90 

5,512 00 



19,452 30 



2,364 75 
666 84 
147 60 



5,481 00 
453 80 
131 00 

1,264 65 
238 95 
772 44 
351 00 

2,184 00 
120 75 
327 20 

10,639 00 
13,786 79 



38,929 77 



297 45 
5,625 00 



5,922 45 



9,545 60 

107,163 70 
20,9.32 33 



78 30 
294,844 07 



9,177 60 



TRADE AND NAVIGATIOX 



135 



SESSIONAL PAPER No. 11 
Imported into Canada, &c. — Continued. 



Entered for Home Consumption. 



Preferential Tariff. 



Treaty Rates. 



Total. 



Quantity. 



Value. 



Duty. 



Quantity. Value 



Duty. 



Quantity. Value 



DutyCoU'd. 



$ 

19,822 
12,930 



S cts. 
3,964 40 
2,586 00 



cts 



1,562 



429 61 



33,716 
92,966 



$ cts 

8,132 60 

26,557 81 



65,229 



65,761 



16,440 25 



1,205 
30 



402 
16 



80 40 
2 40 



1,443 
3,002 



1,549 
927 



503 47 
301 26 



76,877 
21,956 
41,652 

71,664 



78,435 

8,286 

25,305 

27,576 



66,464 



265 
42 



66,179 



16,523 05 



4,445 



2,476 



804 73 



212,149 



139,602 



5 30 

84 



43 



1 07 



79,090 
22,313 

7,416 



14,220 
38 



415 

717 



62 25 

89 64 

6 00 



1,294 



291 18 



64 
10 



28,611 
' 2^900 



4,026 

""81 

3,190 
41 



503 37 
10 13 



398 79 
6 15 



650 



43 



7 53 



49,720 

30 502 

42,155 

7,997 

25,753 

99,874 

203,854 

4,025 

213,820 



1,077 



188 51 



9,966 
5,046 

738 



23,633 

2,986 
703 

2,796 

1,^ 
12,175 

1,755 

14,989 

303 

1,717 

57,462 
78,816 



8,643 



1,083 21 



2,420 



488 29 



214,574 



959 

182 



987 
96 



98 70 
14 56 



3,800 
45,180 



2,970 
14,318 



20,837 47 
2,876 91 
7,551 30 

5,514 40 



36,7TBO 08 



2,370 05 
668 75 
147 60 



5,834 43 
543 44 
137 00 

1,264 65 
239 59 
772 54 
351 00 

2,694 90 
120 75 
337 33 

11,226 30 
13,792 94 



40,501 27 



396 15 
5,639 56 



1,141 



1,083 



113 26 



17,288 



4,986 

25,806 
60,928 



747 90 

5,806 61 
9,139 20 



12,392 



3,717 60 



200 



214,555 



36,904 



51,493 32 



2,767 84 



292 
410 



36 50 
48 00 



563 



52,714 

344,380 
137,042 



814 
1,259 888 



128,680 



6,035 71 



10,293 50 

116,687 91 
30,071 53 



114 80 
346,385 39 



11,945 44 



29 



136 



CUSTOMS DEPARTMENT 



7 GEORGE V, A. 1917 

No, 14. — Summary Statement of Foreign Merchandise 



Articles. 



Total Imports. 



Quantity . 



Value. 



General Tariff. 



Quantity. Value. 



Dutv. 



DuTL\BLE Goods — Con. 

Provisions, not otherwise specified — 

Butter Lb 

Cheese " 

Lard • " 

Lard compound and similar substances, 
cottolene and animal stearine of all 
kinds, n.o.p " 

Total, provisions 



4,-358,971 1,106,952 
6,902;423 1,112,284 
5,129,458 46.3,338 



2,179,183 



18,570,035 



21 



29 



Meats, viz.: — 
Bacon and hams, shoulders and sides, 

cured Lb. 

Beef, fresh, chilled or frozen " 

Beef, salted, in barresl " 

Canned meats and canned poultry' and 

game r. " 

Extracts of meats and fluid beef, not 

medicated, and soups of all kinds. ... $ 
Mutton and lamb, fresh, chilled or frozen Lb. 

Pork, barelled, in brine " 

Pork, fresh, chilled or frozen " 

Poultry and game, n.o.p S 

Dried or .smoked meats, and meats 

preserved in any other way than salted 

or pickled, n.o.p Lb. 

Other meats, fresh, chilled or frozen. . . . 
Other meats, salted, n.o.p " 

Total, meats 



2,839,590 
4,394,997 
5,681,853 

315,337 



2,748,695 
18,001,325 
.35,453,179 



Pulleys, belt, of all kinds for power tran-s- 

mission 

Regalia and badges 



Ribbons of all kinds and materials $ 

Ribbons, undyed, for the manufacture of 
typewriter ribbons $ 



Total, ribbons. 



Sails for boats and ships. 



Salt, in V)ulk, n.o.p Cwt. 

Salt, n.o.p., in bags, barrels, and other 
coverings " 



Total, salt. 



Bags, barrels and other coverings used 
in the importation of salt specified in 
preceeding item $ 

Sand paper, glas.s, flint and emery paper or 
emery cloth $ 



Sauces and catsups, in bottles Gal 

Sauces and catsups, in bulk " 

Sauces, soy " 



Total, sauces 

Sausage casings, n.o.p S 



971,936 

700,261 

8,994,620 



539,980 
131,241 



671,221 



196,814 



3,082,019 

959,152 

5,101,356 



2,268,463 



748,192 
184,028 
460,713 



205.361 



123,280 76 
28,774 56 
102,027 12 



45,369 26 



2,879,388 



11,410,990 



1,598,294 



299,451 70 



360,145 
392,251 
515,726 

61,622 

461,729 

332,599 

1,755,493 

4,165,582 

85,085 



170,734 

86,8.59 

1,021,676 



2,719,007 
4,252,387 
5,090,889 

202,723 



2,841,838 
17,713,311 
35,070,176 



922,895 
752,125 
,988,532 



343,929 
374,499 
471,567 

31,429 

323,896 

3.34,856 

1,733,418 

4,119,177 

53,608 



161,15 
91,414 
1,020,934 



54,. 380 14 
127,571 61 
101,817 78 

8,643 43 

89,072 60 

85,255 14 

354,266 22 

1,052,105 28 

10,721 60 



18,457 90 

22,563 75 

179,770 64 



9,409,501 



83,140 
34,110 



1,435,147 
19,837 



1,454,984 



4,073 



81,948 
47,905 



129,853 



113,952 
32,787 
91,930 



238,669 



18,281 
175,515 



142,904 
11,555 
30,905 



185,364 



196,814 



9,059,884 



2,104,626 09 



82,361 
12,963 



22,650 14 
4,537 05 



232,0.35 
19,898 



81,212 25 
2,984 70 



251,933 



84,196 95 



3,496 



874 00 



539,980 
129,387 



81,948 
47,056 



26,999 00 
9,704 27 



669,367 



129,004 



36,703 27 



18,112 4,528 00 
170,986 42,746 50 



58,868 
31,850 
90,136 



64,659 

9,452 

30,620 



180,854 



104,731 



109,622 



22,630 65 
3,. 308 20 
10,717 00 



36,655 85 



19,184 02 



TBADE AXD X ATI GAT I OX 



137 



SESSIONAL PAPER No. 11 

Imported into Canada, &c. — Continued. 



Entered for' Home Consumption. 




Preferential Tariff. 1 


Treaty Rates. 


Total. 




Quantity. 


Value. 


Duty. 


Quantity. 


Value. 


Duty. 


Quantity. 


Value. 


DutyColl'd. 




1,227,812 


S 

344,608 

3,845 

4 

24 


S cts. 

36,834 36 
253 38 

42 

1 47 




$ 


$ cts. 


4.309,831 

971,821 

5,101,384 

2.268,561 


$ 

1,092,800 

187,873 
460,717 

205,385 


S cts. 

160,115 12 

29,027 94 

102,027 54 

45,370 73 


1 


12,669 








•^ 


28 








3 


98 








4 












1,240,607 


348,481 


37,089 63 








12,651,597 


1,946,775 


336,541 33 














2,675 


624 


40 15 








2,721,682 
4,252,387 
5,090,889 

306,205 


344,553 
374,499 
471,567 

58,875 

461,934 

3.34,856 

1,733,418 

4,119,177 

55,051 

101,284 

93,652 

1,020,934 


54,420 29 
127,571 61 
101,817 78 

14,310 17 

113,931 81 
85,255 14 

354,206 22 

1,052,105 28 

10,901 99 

18,464 26 

23,287 35 

179,770 64 


5 








6 














7 


50, 183 


15,932 
128,672 


2,788 24 
22,517 71 


53,299 


11,514 
9,366 


2,878 50 
2,341 50 


8 
9 






2.841.838 
17.713.311 
.35.070.176 


10 




^ 










11 














I? 




1.443 

127 
2.238 


ISO 39 

6 36 
723 60 








13 


424 








923.319 

788,305 

8,988,532 


14 


36, 180 








15 










16 








o 










149,036 


26,256 45 




20,880 


5,220 00 




9,229,800 


2,136,102 54 














949 
21,147 


142 35 

4,758 46 










83,310 
34,110 


22,792 49 
9.295 51 


17 












18 
















17,014 


3,828 62 




1,178,710 


295,252 29 




1,427,759 
19,898 


380.293 16 
2.984 70 


19 








20 












, 








17,014 


3,828 62 




1,178,710 


295,252 29 




1,447,657 


383.277 86 














577 


86 55 










4,073 


960 55 


21 


























539,980 
129,387 


81,948 
47,056 


26,999 00 
9,704 27 


22 














23 




























669,367 


129,004 


36,703 27 


























• 






18,112 
175,512 


4,528 00 
43.425 40 


24 




4,526 


678 90 










25 














67,371 
557 

2 


90,552 

224 
2 


22,638 00 

56 00 

50 


180 

6 

1,564 


225 

2 

401 


73 15 

65 

130 34 


126,419 
32,413 
91,702 


155,436 

9,678 

31,023 


45.341 80 
3.364 85 
10,847 84 


26 

27 
28 


67,930 


90,778 


22,694 50 


1,750 


628 


204 14 


250 534 


196,137 


59,554 49 






62,661 


9,. 399 15 










172,283 


28,583 17 


29 















138 



CUSTOMS DEPARTMENT 



7 GEORGE V, A. 1917 

Xo. 14. — Summary Statement of Foreign Merchandise 





Articles. 


ToT.\L Imports. 








General Tariff. 






Quantity . 


Value. 




















Quantity. 


Value. 


Duty. 




DuTL^BLE Goods — Con. 
Seeds, viz.: — 




$ 




S 


$ cts. 


1 






2,024,910 




1,897,047 


189,704 70 


2 


Flax Bush . 


77,556 


96,941 77,556 


96,941 


7,755 60 


3 


Garden, field and other seeds for agricul- 












tural or other purposes, n.o.p., sun- 














flower, canan,', hemp and millet seed, 














when in packages weighing over one 


















317,023 




291,108 


29,110 80 


4 


Garden, field and other seeds for agri- 










cultural or other purposes, n.o.p., sun- 














flower, canar>', hemp and millet seed, 














when in packages weighing one pound 














each or less S 

Garden and field seeds not specified as 




17,194 




7,805 


1,951 25 


5 














free, valued at not less than S5 per 














pound in packages of not less than one 


















2,348 




1,776 


177 60 
















2,458,416 




2,294,677 


228,699 95 




Ships and other vessels built in any foreign 








6 














countrv, if British registered since 














September 1, 1902, on application for 














license to engage in the Canadian coast- 














ing trade; on the fair market value of the 




























iture and appurtenances thereof, as pro- 












vided in an Act respecting the coasting . 












trade of Canada No. 


3 


43,325 


5 


62,556 


15,639 00 


7 


Vessels, dredges, scows, yachts, boats and 
other water-borne craft, built outside of 
Canada, of any material, destined for use 
or service in Canadian waters (not to 
include registered vessels entitled to 
engage in the coasting trade, nor ves.sels 

outside thereof), n.o.p., on the fair 
market value of the hull, rigging, machin- 
ery, boilers, furniture and appurtenances 






• 








thereof, on arrival in Canada $ 

Ships and vessels, repairs on S 

Total, ships 




97,072 




97,072 


24,268 00 


2 




89,437 




89,437 


22,359 25 














229,834 




249,065 


62,266 25 


9 


framed or not; letters or numerals of any 














material other than paper S 

Silk and manufactures of — 




86,027 




72,604 


21,781 20 






















10 
11 


Fabrics, n.o.p $ 

Silk fabrics of which silk is the compo- 




6,163,842 




1,450,045 


4.35,013 50 




























manufacturo of neckties $ 

Handkerchiefs 

Blou.ses and shirt waists $ 




396,448 




372,995 


74,599 00 


!"> 




50,422 
1.59,. 392 




3,475 
141,323 


1,216 25 


13 
14 






52,996 20 




722,489 




508,806 


190,802 48 


15 


•Silk, spun, not coloured, n.o.p., silk in the 








gujii not more advanced than single; 














tram or thrown organzine, not coloured Lb. 


3,335 


7,693 


2,4.33 


6,536 


980 40 


16 


Silk in tlic gum or spun, imported by the 
manufacturers of ribbons and shoe 














laces $ 

Sewing and embroidery silk, silk twist, 
and silk floss $ 




1,73; 




l,73i 


173 30 


17 




1.59,597 




107,244 


26,81 1 00 



i TRADE AXD NATIGATIO:!^ 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 11 

Imported into Canada, &c. — Continued. 



139 



Entered fob Home Consumption. 




Preferential Tariff. 


Treaty Rates. 


Total. 




Quantity. 


Value. 


Duty. 


Quantity. 


Value. 


Duty. 


Quantity. 


Value. 


DutyCoU'd. 






S 

146,974 


$ cts. 
7,348 70 




$ 


$ cts. 




$ 

2,044,021 
96,941 

313,323 

17,465 
2,348 


$ cts. 

197,053 40 
7,755 60 

30,221 55 

3,400 25 
206 20 


1 










77,556 


9 




22,215 

9,660 
572 


1,110 75 

1,449 00 
28 60 








3 












1 












<i 
















4 179,421 


9,937 05 










2,474,098 


238,637 00 




























5 


62,556 

97,072 
89,437 


15,6.39 00 

24,268 00 
22,359 25 











^ 






7 
















s 
































249,065 


62,266 25 






















13,177 


2,635 40 










85,781 


24,416 60 


q 
















180,814 

23,453 

16,389 

15,672 

118,468 

1,157 


31,643 19 

4,104 30 

4,097 25 

4,701 60 

35,540 40 

115 70 




4,570,474 


919,367 51 




6,201,333 

396,448 

51,630 

158,561 

720,566 

7,693 

1 733 


1,. 386, 024 20 

78,703 30 

15,637 54 

58,206 76 

256,666 63 

1,096 10 

17.'^ sni 


in 








11 






31,766 

1,566 

93,292 


10,. 324 04 

508 96 

30,. 323 75 




1'^ 








13 








14 


902 




3,335 


15 










16 




52,458 


9,180 29 









159,702 35,991 29 


17 



140 



CUSTOMS DEPARTMEl^T i 

7 GEORGE V, A. 1917 

Xo. 14. — Summary Statement of Foreign Merchandise 



Articles 



Total Imports. 



Quantity. Value 



General Tariff. 



Quantity. Value. 



Duty. 



Dutiable Goods — Con. 

Silk and mfrs. of — Con. 

Shawls S 

Shirts Doz. 

Silk and all manufactures of, not other- 
wise provided for, or of which silk is the 
component part of chief value, n.o.p. . . S 

Socks and stockings Doz. prs. 

Undershirts and drawers S 

Velvets, and plush fabrics, n.o.p Yd. 



922 



71,149 



206,516 



Total, silk. 



28 



Slate and manufactures of — 

Roofing slate Squares of 100 sq. ft, 

School writing slates $ 

Slate pencils % 

Slate and manufactures of, n.o.p S 



7,207 



Total, slate. 



Soap — 

Common or laundry Lb . 

Castile " 

Common soft and liquid " 

Harness " 

Toilet $ 

Soap, n.o.p., including pumice, silver and 

mineral soaps, sapolio and like articles $ 
Pearline and other soap powders Lb . 



7,300,811 

1,358,801 

207,436 

13,473 



1,312,924 



Total, soap. 



Spices — 

Ginger and spices, n.o.p., unground 

Ginger and spices, n.o.p., ground 

Ginger, preserved 

Nutmegs and mace, whole or unground . 
Nutmegs and mace, ground 



3,842,218 

102,119 

158,202 

268,325 

6,187 



Total, spices. 



4,377,051 



Spirits and wines, viz. — 
Amyl alcohol or fusil oil, or any sub- 
stance known as potato spirit or potato 

oil Gal. 

Ethyl alcohol or the substance known as 
alcohol, hydrated oxide of ethyl, or 

spirits of wine " 

Methyl alcohol, wood alcohol, wood 
naptha, pyroxylic spirits, or any sub- 
stance known as wood spirits, or me- 
thylated spirits " 

Absinthe " 

Brandy, including artificial brandy and 

imitations of brandy, n.o.p " 

Cordials and liqueurs of all kinds, n.o.p., 
mescal, pukjuc, ruin shrub, schiedam 
and other whnupps; tafia, angostura 
and similar alcoholic Vjitters or bever- 
ages " 

Gin of all kinds, n.o.p " 

Rum " 

Whiskey " 

All spirituous or alcoholic liquors, n.o.p. " 



90 
78,675 

22 
5,189 

247,907 



33,472 

490,222 

155,875 

905,298 

6,872 



2,250 
12,761 



156,335 

232,180 

4,363 

194,380 



19i 



67,873 



64,261 



262 
2,894 



75,731 

223,631 

3.811 

63,706 



cts. 



98 25 
1,085 24 



28,399 69 

78,270 85 

1,3.33 85 

19,111 80 



8,263,885 



2,962,192 



910,891 81 



32,703 

38,008 

6,213 

28,953 



7,093 



105,877 



377,930 

92,313 

10,074 

1,212 

407,801 

69,501 
45,852 



7,277,410 

123,425 

142,422 

5,316 



1,292,431 



1,004,683 



397,563 

18,787 

12,588 

29,764 

2,030 



1,686,351 

82,856 

151,662 

52,590 

5,603 



460,732 



1,979,062 



443 
24,084 



67 
8,184 

511,345 



70,967 

404,105 

108,042 

1,629,692 

8,563 



861 



22 
4,286 

320,218 



38,120 

682 481 

178,206 

1,081,982 

6,005 



32,240 

38,008 

6,213 

28,833 



5,319 75 
9,502 00 
1,553 25 
8,649 90 



105,294 



25,024 90 



376, 148 

11,820 

6,536 

487 

344,817 

55,872 
45,023 



72,774 10 

2,468 50 

2,124 32 

158 30 

112,068 00 

18,158 67 

14,632 64 



840,703 



171,375 

14,490 

10,889 

6,941 

1,885 



222,384 53 



205,580 



349 



67 
6,895 

642,000 



i)4 , 506 

519,118 

114,8.50 

1,971,701 

7,775 



21 422 21 

"3^934 68 

3,811 15 

1,388 20 

565 50 



31,121 74 



24 00 
2,583 00 



66 00 
12,858 00 

960,654 00 



11 4,. 360 00 
2,047,443 00 

534,618 00 

3,245,946 00 

18,015 00 



TRADE AXD XATIGATIOX 



141 



SESSIONAL PAPER No. 11 

Imported into Canada, etc. — Continued. 



Entered for Home Consttmption. 



Preferential Tariff. 



Treaty Rates. 



Total. 



Quantity 



Value. 



Duty. 



Quantity. 



Value. 



Duty. 



Quantity 



Value. 



DutyCoU'd. 



2,566 



97,280 



553 
1,283 



41,176 

9,565 

552 

99,587 



S cts 



165 90 
384 90 



12,352 80 

2,391 25 

124 22 

17,427 93 



657 



1,435 

8,584 



38,211 



cts 



499 20 
2,789 S3 



922 



12,425 



70,439 



41,271 



27,407 



561,127 



122,229 73 



4,772,735 



6,537 13 

982,776 28 



202,812 



2,250 
12,761 



155,118 

233,196 

4,363 

190,700 



763 35 
4,259 97 



53,178 35 
80,662 10 

1,458 07 
43,076 86 



8,296,054 



2,015,897 82 



114 



463 



57 00 



7,207 



120 



24 00 



32,703 

38,008 

6,213 

28,953 



5,376 75 
9,502 00 
1,553 25 
8,673 90 



583 



81 00 



105,877 



25, 105 90 



91,003 
2,280 

70,528 
8,157 



22,883 



5,249 

130 

3,695 

725 

61,125 

19,995 
1,069 



591 45 

22 80 

831 40 

163 15 

13,753 46 

4,498 94 

240 54 



1,240,616 



82,742 



12,406 16 



7,368,413 

1,366,321 

212,950 

13,473 



1,315,314 



381,397 

94,692 

10,231 

1,212 

405,942 

75,867 
46,092 



73,365 55 

14,897 46 

2,955 72 

321 45 

125,821 46 

22,657 61 

14,873 18 



2,118,466 

19,023 

5,899 

195,689 

334 



91,988 



217,772 

4,374 

1,743 

20,794 

28 



20,101 74 



82,74: 



12,406 16 



1,015,433 



254,892 43 



21,777 20 

898 84 

435 75 

2,599 33 

5 60 



3,804,817 

101,879 

157,561 

248,279 

5,937 



389,147 

18,864 

12,632 

27,735 

1,913 



43,199 41 

4-, 833 52 

4,246 90 

3,987 53 

571 10 



2, .339, 411 



244,711 



25,716 72 



4,318,473 



450,291 



56,8.38 46 



861 



22 
4,286 

320,218 



38,120 

682,481 

178,206 

1,081,982 

6,005 



85 
349 

67 
6,895 

642,000 



94,506 

519,118 

114,850 

1,971,701 

7,775 



24 00 
2,583 00 



66 00 
12,858 00 

960,654 00 



27 



114,360 00 28 
2,047,443 00 29 

5.34,618 00.30 
3,245,946 00 31 
18,015 00l32 



142 



CUSTOMS DEPARTMENT 



i 



7 GEORGE V, A. 1917 
No. 14. — Summary Statement of Foreign Merchandise 



Articles. 



Total Imports. 



Quantity 



Value. 



General Tariff. 



Quantity. Value, i Duty. 



DuTL\BLE Goods — Con. 
Spirits and w-ines — Con. 

Spirits and strong waters of anj^ kind, 
mixed with any ingredient or ingre- 
dients, and being known or designated 
as anodynes, elixirs, essences, extracts, 
lotions, tinctures or medicines, or 
ethereal and spirituous fruit essences, 
n.o.p Gal 

Medicinal, or medicated wines contain- 
ing not more than 40 per cent of 
proof spirit " 

Alcoholic perfumes and perfumed spirits, 
bay rum, Cologne and lavender waters, 
hair, tooth and skin washes, and other 
toilet preparations containing not more 
than 4 ounces each " 

Alcoholic perfumes and perfumed spirits, 
bay rum, Cologne 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 " 

Nitrous ether, sweet spirits of nitre and 
aromatic spirits of ammonia " 

Wines, ginger, containing not more than 
40 per cent of proof spirits " 

Total, spirits 

Wines of all kinds, n.o.p., including 

orange, lemon, strawberry, rasp- 
berry, elder and currant wines — 
Containing 20 p.c. or less proof spirits. .Gal 
Containing over 20 p.c. and not over 23 

p.c •■ " 

Containing 26 p.c. or less of proof spirits " 
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 OA'er 29 p.c. and not over 30 

p.c " 

Containing over 30 p.c. and not over 31 

p.c " 

Containing over 31 p.c. and not over 32 

p.c " 

Containing over 32 p.c. and not over 33 

p.c " 

Containing over 33 p.c. and not over 34 

p.c " 

Containing over 34 p.c. and not over 35 

p.c " 

Containing over 35 p.c. and not over 36 

p.c " 

Containing over 36 p.c. and not over 37 

p.c " 

Containing over 37 p.c. and not over 38 

p.c " 

Containing over 38 p.c. and not over 39 

P-c " 

Containing over 39 p.c. and not over 40 

p.c " 

Containing more than 40 p.c. of proof 

spirits, n.o.p " 

Total, wines, non-sparkling 



5,551 
19,785 

5,492 

3,553 

23,219 

619 

4,473 



44,416 
54,338 

37,582 

64,994 

29,945 

3,292 

4,121 



6,311 
18,426 

5,430 

3,702 

30,46 

619 

3,939 



46,343 
51,621 

38,376 

66,053 

37,136 

3,292 

3,411 



1,986,314 



3,004,180 



2,381,083 



3,603,578 



47,947 

23,429 
125,334 

10,766 

25,983 

35,912 

44,392 

23,855 

22,761 

13,039 

12,819 

5,456 

4,038 

844 

333 

382 

566 

14,618 



31,069 

15,145 
64,480 

7,163 

19,525 

26,244 

35,076 

21,822 

22,874 

15,224 

18.032 

8,830 

9,258 

2,448 

536 

365 

1,321 

17.. 369 



38,041 

2,165 

21,121 

28,860 

30,152 

14,578 

18,320 

12,476 

13,668 

5,754 

4,962 

1,038 

411 

283 

131 

14,987 



21,669 

1,540 

16,255 

22,615 

23,282 

12,612 

20,207 

16,484 

20, 194 

8,685 

11.531 

2,883 

819 

373 

312 

19,103 



$ cts. 

32,835 90 
30,972 60 

23,025 60 

37,527 20 

22,281 60 

2,844 60 

2,046 60 



7,088,101 10 



412,474 



316,781 



206,947 



198,564 



16,010 95 

1,068 20 

11,424 01 

16,596 90 

18,140 84 

9,614 80 

13,939 70 

10,684 16 

12,755 52 

5,597 58 

6,188 40 

1,466 94 

496 41 

293 02 

181 37 

44.961 00 



169.419 80 



TRADE AlfD NAVIGATION 



143 



SESSIONAL PAPER No. 11 
Imported into Canada, &c. — Continued. 



Entered for Home Consumption. 



Preferential Tariff. 



Quantity. 



Value. 



Duty. 



Treaty Rates. 



Quantity. Value 



Duty. 



Total. 



Quantity . 



Value. 



DutyCoU'd. 



S cts. 



$ cts. 



6,311 
18,426 

5,430' 

3,702 

30,467 

619 

3,939 



46,313 
51,621 

38,376 

66,053 

37,136 

3,292 

3,411 



$ pts. 

32,835 90 
30,972 60 

23,025 60 

37,527 20 

22,281 60 

2,844 60 

2,046 60 



2,381,083 



3,603,578 



7,088, loiao 



79,895 

15,080 
101,317 

10,613 

13,106 

11,057 

15,521 

12,346 

14,630 

7,768 

2,761 

1,091 

702 

178 

50 

54 

343 



56,346 

12,934 
51,132 

6,145 

7,913 

8,016 

14,496 

13,604 

15,314 

10,937 

4,555 

2,577 

1,471 

448 

105 

36 

749 



11,984 25 

3,016 00 
25,329 25 

2,971 64 

4,062 8'6 

3,759 38 

5,742 77 

4,938 40 

6,290 90 

3,573 28 

1.352 89 

567 32 

386 10 

103 24 

30 50 

34 56 

229 81 



286,512 



206,778 



74,373 15 



79,895 

15,080 
139,358 

12,778 

34,227 

39,917 

45,673 

26,924 

32,950 

20,244 

16,429 

6,845 

5,664 

1,216 

461 

337 

474 

14,987 

493,459 



56,346 

12,934 
72,801 

7,685 
24,168 
30,631 
37,778 
26,216 
35,521 
27,421 
24,749 
11,262 
13,002 

3,331 
924 
409 

1,061 

19,103 

405,342 



11,984 25 

3,016 00 
41,340 20 

4,039 84 



11 



15,486 87 12 



20,356 28 


13 


23,883 61 


14 


14,. 553 20 


15 


20,230 60 


16 


14,257 44 


17 


14,108 41 


18 


6,164 90 


19 


6,574 50 


20 


1,570 18 


21 


526 91 


22 


327 58 


23 


411 18 


24 


44,961 00 


25 



243,792 95 



144 



CUSTOMS DEPARTMENT i 

7 GEORGE V, A. 1917 
No. 14. — Summary Statement of Foreian Merchandise 





Articles. 


Total Imports. 






Quantity. 


Value. 


General TarifT. 




Quantity . 


Value. 


Duty. 


1 

2 


Dutiable Goods — Con. 
Champagne and all other sparkling wines— 
In bottles containing each not morg 
than a quart but more than a pint, 

old wine measure Doz 

In bottles containing not more than a 
pint, each, but more than half a pint, 


2,436 

2,838 
23 


$ 

38,161 

23,672 
56 


99 

124 
10 


$ 

843 

717 
34 


$ cts. 

579 60 
419 70 


3 
4 


In bottles containing one-half pint each 
or less 

In bottles containing over one quart 
each Gal. 


18 40 


















61,889 




1,594 


1,017 70 




Sponges of marine production S 

Starch, including farina, corn starch, etc. Lb. 
Stockinettes for the manufacture of rubber 
boots and shoes when imported by manu- 
facturers of rubber boots and shoes for 
use exclusively in the manufacture of such 








5 




66,355 
107,015 

103,305 




52,273 
95,647 

99,257 


9,148 30 


6 

7 


2,984,747 


2,829,065 


42,436 09 
14,888 55 




Stone and manufactures of — 
Building stone other than marble or 
granite, sawn on more than 2 sides 
but not sawn on more than 4 sides. Cwt. 
Building stone other than marble or 
granite, planed, turned, cut or further 
manufactured than sawn on 4 sides. ... " 
Flagstone, granite, rough sandstone, and 
ail building stone, not hammered, sawn 

or chiselled S 

Flagstone and all other building stone 

sawn on not more than 2 sides $ 

Granite, sawn only $ 

Granite, manufactures of, n.o.p $ 

Grindstones, not mounted and not less 

than 36 inches in diameter. $ 

Grindstones, n.o.p $ 

Paving blocks $ 

Manufactures of stone, n.o.p $ 






8 
9 
10 


2,541 
6,331 


748 
4,115 

47,303 

51,256 

2,974 

128,208 

69,629 

13,154 

584 

40,768 


2,541 
6,331 


748 
4,115 

47,303 

51,138 
2,712 
10,931 

42,570 

12,579 

584 

37,942 


381 15 
2,848 95 
7,095 45 


11 






10,227 60 


I'' 






542 40 


IS 






3,825 85 


14 






6,385 50 


15 






3,144 75 


16 






116 80 


17 






11,382 60 












358,739 




210,622 


45,951 05 




Straw Ton. 

Straw, carpeting, rugs, mats and matting $ 
Straw, manufactures of, n.o.p $ 








18 
19 


93 


1,187 

62,304 

8,730 


93 


1,187 
13,871 
8,706 


186 00 
3,467 75 


''0 






1,523 66 














72,221 




23,764 


5,177 41 




Sugars, syrups and molasses — 

Sugar, above No. 16 D. S. in colour, and 
all refined sugars of whatever kinds, 
grades or standards Lb . 

Sugar, n.o.p., not above No. 16. D.S. in 
colour, sugar drainings, or puinpings 
drained in transit, mciado or concent- 
rated mclado, tank bottoms and sugar 
concrete " 








21 
22 


2.211,140 
574,189,388 


101,010 
20,276,187 


1,443,402 
284,876,841 


64,506 
9,697,376 


29,856 28 
3,942.112 08 




576,400,528 


20,377,197 


286,320,243 


9.761,882 


3.971.968 36 























TRADE AND NAVIGATION 



145 



SESSIONAL PAPER No. 11 

Imported into Canada, etc. — Continued. 



Enteked for Home Consumption. 




Preferential Tariff. 


Treaty Rates. 


Total. 




Quantity. 


Value. 


Duty. 


Quantity 


Value. 


Duty. 


Quantity 


Value. 


Duty CoII'd 






$ 


$ cts 


2,546 

6,095 

240 

12 


$ 

38,761 

55,399 

857 
113 


$ cts 

8,401 80 

10,056 75 

196 80 

18 00 


2,645 

6,219 

250 

12 


$ 

39,604 

56,116 
891 
113 


$ cts 

8,981 40 

10,476 45 

215 20 

18 00 


1 

















3 








4 


















95,130 


18,673 35 




96,724 


19,691 05 


















9,821 
41, 790 

4,048 


1,227 71 
1,773 14 

404 80 










62,094 
107,437 

103,305 


10,376 01 
44,209 23 

15,293 35 


5 


177,314 








3,006,379 


6 










7 


























2,541 
6,331 


748 
4,115 

47,303 

51,256 

2,974 

128,150 

69,629 
13,154 

584 
40,770 


381 15 

2,848 95 

7,095 45 

10,245 30 

581 70 

38,991 55 

9,091 40 

3,245 38 

116 80 

11,948 20 


8 














q 














10 




118 

262 

117,219 

27,059 
575 


17 70 

39 30 

35,165 70 

2,705 90 
100 63 










11 












I'' 








■ 




13 












11 












Ti 












16 




2,828 


565 60 










17 
















148,081 


38,594 83 










358,683 


84,545 88 




























• 


93 


1,187 

62,567 

8,888 


186 00 

14,422 35 

1,550 96 


18 




41 
182 


7 18 
27 .30 




48,655 


10,947 42 


19 








>0 


















223i .34 48 




48,655 


10,947 42 




72,642 


16,159 31 
















641,283 


27,556 
11,093,170 


10.442 25 
3,306,206 94 








2,084,685 
596,865,985 


92,062 
20,790,546 


40,298 53 
7,248,319 02 


^1 


311,989,144 








->9 












312,630,427 


11,120,726 


3,316.649 19 








598,950,670 


20,882,608 


7,288.617 55 















11— i— 10 



146 



CUSTOMS DEPARTMENT 



7 GEORGE V, A. 1917 
Xo, 14. — Summary Statement of Foreign Merchandise 



Articles. 



Total Imports. 



Quantity. Value 



General Tariff. 



Quantity. Value 



Duty. 



20 



Dutiable Goods — Con. 

Sugars, syrups and molasses — Con. ■. 

Syrups and molasses of all kinds, the 
product of the sugar cane or beet, 
n.o.p., and all imitations thereof or 
substitutes therefor Lb . 

Molasses of cane, testing by polariscope 
under 35 degrees but not less than 20 
degrees Gal 

Molasses produced in the process of the 
manufacture of cane sugar from the 
juice of the cane without any admixture 
with any other ingredient, 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 " 



3,050,200 
797,503 



91,207 



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 Lb 

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 suspensorj' 

bandages $ 

Tallow Lb. 



Tape lines of any material $ 

Tape lines measuring, yarn of linen or 
cotton for the manufacture of Lb 



5,796,960 



3,290,968 
10,657 



122,199 



1,441 



Total, tape lines, yarns, &c. 



Tea of Ceylon, black Lb 

Tea of Ceylon, green .• 

Tea of India, black 

Tea of China, black 

Tea of China, green 

Tea of Japan, green 

Tea of other countries, black 

Tea of other countries, green 

Total, teas 



59,941 
79,534 
23,292 

150,573 

75,3.85 

810 

120,522 
16,701 



526,758 



Tinware, japanned or not, and all manufac- 
tures of tin, n.o.p $ 



78,324 
93,145 



2,532,311 
509,033 



49,569 

48,374 



22,816 



194,285 



917 



627,366 



97,667 
973 

42,766 
12,342 



4,139 
334 



4.473 



10,047 
14,322 

5,119 
19,493 

8,259 

188 

22,525 

2,001 



81,954 



528,320 



90,676 



2,552,335 



3,276,008 
5,756 



62,485 



1,441 



.59,941 
79,534 
15,742 

150,573 

75,385 

810 

120,247 
16.701 



518,933 



22,816 



120,759 



917 



247,774 
96,818 



38.726 
4,705 



2,382 
334 



2.716 



10,047 
14,322 

2,535 
19,493 

8,259 

188 

22,460 

2,001 



79,305 



440,086 



S cts. 

12,661 74 
7,635 56 



2,720 28 



23,017 58 



160 49 



99,483 94 



20,474 93 
117 60 

7,745 20 
941 00 



595 50 
33 40 



628 90 



1,004 70 
1,432 20 

253,50 
1,949 30 

825 90 

18 80 

2,246 00 

200 10 



7.930 50 



110,021 50 



i TRADE AND NAVIGATION 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 11 

Imported into Canada, &c. — Continued. 



147 



Entered for Home Consumption. 




Preferential Tariff. 


Treaty Rates. 


Total. 




Quantity. 


Value. 1 Duty. 


Quantity . 


Value. 


Duty. 


Quantity. 


Value. 


DutyColl'd. 




513,441 


28,793 


S cts. 
1,797 02 




$ 


$ cts. 


3,045,752 
509,033 

90,676 


$ 

78,362 
48,374 

22,816 


$ cts. 

14,458 76 
7,635 56 

2,720 28 


I 















* 


- 








3 


















28,793 


1,797 02 










149,552 


24,814 60 






























917 

626,457 

97,667 
733 

42,766 
12,337 


160 49 

201,062 82 

20,534 77 
139 35 

8,291 04 
2,085 80 


1 


3,274,868 


378,683 

849 
145 

3,226 
7,632 


101,578 88 

59 84 
21 75 

403 37 
1,144 80 








5,827,203 

3,290,968 
8,156 


5 


14,960 








6 


2,400 








7 






814 


142 47 


8 


59,658 




122,143 


q 














1,718 


300 73 




39 


8 79 




4,1.39 
334 


905 02 
33 40 


10 






1,441 


11 


















1,718 


300 73 




39 


8 79 




4,473 


938 42 
























59,941 
79,5.34 
15,742 

150,573 

75,385 

810 

120,247 
16,701 


10,047 
14,322 

2,535 
19,493 

8,259 

188 

22,460 

2,001 


1,004 70 
1,432 20 

253 50 
1,949 30 

825 90 

18 80 

2,246 00 

200 10 


]'> 














13 















14 














15 














16 














17 














18 














19 




























518,933 


79,305 


7,930 50 




















87,853 


13,177 95 










527,939 


123,199 45 


?0 















11- 



-101 



148 



CUSTOMS DEPARTMENT 



7 GEORGE V, A. 1917 

No. 14. — Summary Statement of Foreign Merchandise 



Articles. 



DuTL\BLE Goods— Con. 

Tobacco and manufactures of — 

1 Cigarettes Lb 

2 Cigars " 

3 Tobacco, cut 

4 Snuff " 

5 All other manufactures of tobacco, n.o.p. " 

Total, tobaccos 



6 Tobacco pipes of all kinds, pipe mounts, 
cigar and cigarette cases, cigar and 
cigarette holders and cases for the same, 
smokers' sets and cases therefor, and 
tobacco pouches $ 

Trawls, trawling spoons, fly hooks, 
sinkers' swivels and sport.sman's fishing 
bait, and fish hooks, n.o.p S 

Trunks, valises, hat-boxes, carpet bags, 
and tool bags $ 

Twine, manufactures of, viz.: hammocks 
and lawn tennis nets, sportsman's fish 
nets and other articles, n.o.p 8 

Umbrellas, parasols and sunshades, of all 
kinds and materials 8 

Unenumerated articles S 

Varnish, lacquers, japans, japan dr>-ers, 
liquid drj-ers and oil finish, n.o.p . Gal 



10 



22 



25 



ToT.\L Imports. 



Quantity . Value 



47,148 
47,248 

626,672 
7,231 

133,074 



861,373 



Vegetables — 

Melons No. 

Potatoes, n.o.p Bush. 

Potatoes, sweet and yams " 

Tomatoes, and cooked com in cans or 

other air-tight packages Lb . 

Tomatoes, fre.sh Bush, 

Vegetables and baked beans in cans or 

other air-tight packages, n.o.p Lb . 

Vegetables, n.o.p $ 



Total, vegetables. 



Vinegar, of any strength not exceeding 

strength of proof Gal 

Vinegar, above strength of proof " 



Total, vinegar. 



Waste or shoddy from cotton, woollen or 
other fabrics or from yarn or thread, 
machined, garnet ted or prepared for use. Lb. 



Watches 8 

Watch cases and parts thereof, finished or 

unfinisheil 8 

Watch actions and movements and parts 
thereof, finished or unfinished, includ- 
ing winding bars and sleeves $ 



Total, watches, cases, movements, 
&c 



54,007 



1,855,209 

328,586 

60,376 

302,448 
314,542 

2,293,875 



122,541 
19,846 



110,947 
203,635 
685,039 
3,406 
107,490 



1,110,517 



308,064 

40,063 
39,867 

36,644 

39,514 
801,009 

116,710 



General Tariff. 



Quantity. Value 



Duty. 



30,222 
56,349 

636,804 
7,303 

132,288 



862,966 



41,391 



106,951 
166,761 
52,222 

17,521 
418,481 

173,182 
1,285,807 



2,220,925 



41,136 
2,719 



142,387 



3,278,846 



43,855 



287,333 



69,806 
93,820 

902,010 



1,065,636 



1,847,253 

328,249 

60,329 

359,078 
312,778 

1,839,715 



24, 145 
16,978 



41,123 



2,262,434 



79,069 

244,016 

694,197 

3,365 

107,608 



1,128,255 



158,560 

20,396 
31,714 

23,809 

16,023 
740,293 

88,119 



106,725 

166,452 

52,157 

22,515 
417,134 

133,950 
1,263,786 



2,162.719 



4,321 
1, 



125 

258 

413 

4 

79 



cts. 



.544 25 
225 50 
922 60 
.381 80 
.372 80 



881,446 95 



55,496 00 

7, 138 60 
9,514 20 

7,142 70 

5,608 05 
129,553 87 

28,105 85 



55,417 59 

65,649 80 

6,032 90 

5,386 24 
125,140 20 

27,596 12 
379,135 SO 



5,929 



194,258 



17,420 
91,931 

903,240 



1,012,591 



664,358 65 



3,621 75 
3,192 26 



6,814 01 



24,283 33 



5,226 00 
27,579 30 

112,905 27 



145.710 57 



i TRADE AND N ATI Q AT J ON 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 11 

Imported into Canada, &c. — Continued. 



149 



Entered for Home Consumption. 



Preferential Tariff. 



Treaty Rates. 



Total. 



Quantity.! Value. 



Duty. 



Quantity. 



Value. 



Duty. 



Quantity 



Value. 



DutyCoU'd 



cts. 



$ cts 



30,222 
56,349 

636,804 
7,303 

132,288 



79,069 

244,016 

694, 197 

3,365 

107,608 



$ cts 



125,544 25 

258,225 50 

413,922 60 

4,381 80 

79,372 80 



862,966 



12,594 



106,704 



19,671 
6,995 



12,790 

22,946 
59,658 

28,502 



35 
146 



199 
11 



1,712 1,068 

^,164l 1,966 
I 17,451 



20,702 



95,375 



34,888 



95,375 



34,888 



1,010,424 92,272 



1,175 
2,292. 

235 
3,702 



24,008 68 

4,426 27 
1,399 00 

2,558 00 

5. 163 08 
8,948 70 

6,794 10 



42,613 



13,849 30 



1,138 



312 97 



53,985 



1,128,255 



307,877 

40,067 
39,847 

36,599 

38,969 
799,951 

116,621 



881,446 95 



93,353 98 

11,564 87 
11,226 17 

9,700 70 

10,771 13 
138,502 57 

34,899 95 



70 

18 26 

56 



213 60 

201 64 
2,617 65 



85,454 



4,144 



1,068 23 



731,957 



59,112 



7,844 00 



1,847,288 

328,395 

60,337 

444,532 
314,490 

2,591,836 



106,732 
166,651 
52,168 

26,659 
418,202 

195,028 
1,281,237 



3,052 41 



63,256 



8,912 23 



2,246,677 



55,418 29 

65,668 06 

6,033 46 

6,454 47 
125,353 

35,641 76 
381,753 45 

676,323 29 



9,537 50 



4,386 
2,776 



1,107 



548 28 
492 75 



123,906 
19,754 



40,316 
2,476 



13,707 53 
3,685 01 



9,537 50 



7,162 



1,975 



1,041 03 



143,660 



42,792 



6,920 50 



3,272,858 



286,530 



17,392 54 



31,203 83 



235 00 

458 40 

23 50 
716 90 



51,275 



14,100 72 



51,275 



14,100 72 



69,870 
94,223 

903,475 
1,067,568 



19,561 72 
28,037 70 

112,928 77 
160,528 19 



12 



150 



CUSTOMS DEPARTMENT i i 

7 GEORGE V, A. 1917 
No. 14. — Summary Statement of Foreign Merchandise 



DuTLVBLE Goods — Con. 

Wax, bees Lb 

Wax, paraffine 

Wax, sealing ? 

Wax, vegetable and mineral, n.o.p Lb. 

Wax, and manufactures of, n.o.p $ 



Articles. 



Total Imports. 



Quantity . Value 



Total, wax. 



Webbing, elastic, over one inch wide 

Webbing, non-elastic, when imported by 
manufacturers of suspenders for use ex- 
clusively in the manufacture of such 
articles in their own factories 



Total, webbing, elastic, &c. 



Whips of all kinds, including thongs and 
lashes S 



Window cornices and cornice poles of all 
kinds 

Window shades or blind rollers 

Window shades cut to size or hemrned or 
mounted on rollers, n.o.p., and window 
shade cloth in the piece 

Total, window cornices, rollers, 
shades, &c 



80,302 
1,005,850 



12 



Wood and manufactures of — 
Barrels containing petroleum or its pro- 
ducts, or any mixture of which petrol- 
eum forms a part, when such contents 
are chargeable with a specific duty . . . No 

Barrels, empty 

Caskets and cofl&ns and metal parts 

thereof $ 

Curtain stretchers $ 

Doors of wood $ 

Fishing rods S 

Handles, D. shovel, wholly of wood and 
wood handles for manufacture of D 

shovel handles S 

Handles of all kinds, ash $ 

Handles of all kinds, hickory $ 

Heading and stave bolts and staves in 

the rough of poplar $ 

Lasts of wood $ 

Matches of wood S 

Mouldings, plain, gilded or otherwise fur- 
ther manufactured S 

Rakes, hay No 

Refrigerators 

Show cases of all kinds and metal parts 

thereof I 

Window sash $ 

Woodenware, churns, n.o.p., washboards, 

pounders and rolling pins $ 

Woodcnware pails and tubs $ 

Manufactures of wood, n.o.p S 

Sawed l>oards, planks, deals, planed or 
dres.sed on one or both sides, when the 
edges thereof arc jointed or tongued and 
grooved M ft. 



747,857 



23,624 
45,663 



1,021 
946 



9,800 



26,302 
59,212 
12,997 
112,138 
56,493 



267,142 



200,361 



3,579 



203,940 



20,558 



4,921 
12,774 



22,692 



General Tariff. 



Quantity . Value 



60,617 
798,702 



743,281 



40,387 



23,666 
31,903 

52,518 

5,387 

43,897 

16,237 



46,898 
40,578 
34,847 

987 
38,066 
23,189 

34,332 

176 

13,672 

11,271 
5,658 

16,203 

9,089 

1,056,407 



181,236 



19,305 

50,545 

3,740 

110,979 

54,176 



238,745 



186,503 



3,490 



189,993 



16,447 



4,921 
11,115 



J, 534 



18,570 



Duty. 



$ cts. 

1,930 50 

12,636 25 

935 00 

11,097 90 

9,481 26 



36,080 91 



37,300 60 



698 00 



37,998 60 



4,934 10 



1,476 30 
3,890 25 



886 90 



6,253 45 



22,872 
45,468 



1,021 
945 



9,799 



22,914 
31,823 

52,518 

5,527 

43,897 

13,456 



46,890 
40,283 
34,847 

987 
38,046 
19,289 

34,230 

176 

13,448 

9,489 
5,670 

16,192 

8,872 

965,949 



181,190 



5,72? 50 
7,955 75 

13,129 50 
1,658 10 

10,974 25 
4,036 80 



7.033 50 
10,070 75 

8,711 75 

197 40 
9,511 50 
4,822 25 

8,557 50 
39 60 

4.034 40 

3,321 15 
1,417 50 

3,238 40 

2,218 00 

241,487 25 



45,297 50 



TRADE AND NAVIGATION 



151 



SESSIONAL PAPER No. 11 

Imported into Canada, Sec. — Continued. 



EXTERED FOR HOME CONSUMPTION. 



Preferential Tariff. 



Treaty Rates. 



Total. 



Quantity. Value 



Duty. 



Quantity. Value 



Duty. 



Quantity. Value. DutyCoU'd 



19,685 
206,443 



4,576 



6,997 
8,653 
9,257 
1,159 
2.801 



$ cts. 

349 85 

1,297 95 

1,388 55 

57 95 

420 15 



cts 



80,302 
1,005,145 



747,857 



26,302 
59,198 
12,997 
112,138 
56,977 



$ cts. 

2,280 35 
13,9.34 20 

2,323 55 
11,155 85 

9,901 41 



28,867 



3,514 45 



13,858 



105 



1,732 38 



13 13 



267,612 



200,361 



3,595 



39,595 36 



39,032 98 



711 13 



13,963 



1,745 51 



203,956 



39,744 11 



4,084 



816 80 



20,531 



5,750 90 



470 
10 



1,659 



20,158 



373 30 



4,535 55 



21,817 



4,908 85 



470 
10 



82 26 
1 75 



20 



4 00 



2,781 



295 



556 20 



80 
51 63 



20 
831 



3 50 
145 44 



53 



224 
1,782 



44 80 
401 03 



11 

94 

55,926 



46 



1 65 

16 46 
9,787 48 



05 



3,140 



123 
30,317 



706 49 



27 66 
6,821 55 



23,342 
45,478 



1,021 
946 



9,800 



4,921 
12,774 



22,692 



40,387 



23,384 
31,833 

52,518 

5,547 

43,897 

16,237 



46,898 
40,578 
34,847 

987 
38,066 
23,260 

34,233 

176 

13,672 

11,271 
5,670 

16,203 

9,089 

1,052,192 



181,236 



1,476 30 
4,263 55 



5,422 45 



11 



11,162 30 



5,810 76 
7,957 50 

13,129 50 
1,662 10 

10,974 25 
4,593 00 



7,034 30 
10,122 38 
8,711 75 

197 40 
9,515 00 
5,674 18 

8.558 03 

39 60 

4,079 20 

3,722 18 
1,417 50 

3,240 05 

2,262 12 

258,096 28 



45,305 55|32 



152 crsToys departmext i 

7 GEORGE V, A. 1917 
Xo. 14.— Summary Sta,tement of Foreign ^Merchandise 





Articles. 


Tot.\lI 


MPORTS. 


• 








General Tariff. 






Quantity. 


Value. 
























Quantity. 


Value. 


Duty. 




Dutiable Goods — Con. 




S 




s 


S cts. 




Wood and mfrs. of — Con. 












1 


Umbrella, parasol and sunshade sticks or 














handles, n.o.p S 

Veneers of oak, rosewood, mahogany, 
Spanish cedar and walnut, not over 3^ 




13,352 




12.735 


2,547 00 


2 




160,380 




160,380 


12,028 74 


















21,485 




21,485 


3,222 75 


3 


Veneers of wood, n.o.p., not over -^ of an 


















42,416 
347,319 




22,352 
406,004 


6,705 60 


4 


Walking sticks and walking canes of all 
kinds S 






10U501 00 












5 


Wood pulp S 


























2,271,169 




2,208,649 


519,446 44 




Wool, manufactures of — 
















• 


6 


Blankets composed wholly of pure wool.Prs. 


20,253 


68,760 


7,035 


18,784 


6,574 40 


7 


Cassimeres, cloths and doeskins Yd. 


1,470,120 


1,443,892 


319,582 


323,979 


113,392 65 


8 




1,105,333 


1,000,372 


117,233 


99,400 


34,790 00 


Tweeds 


1,716,046 


953,891 


166,610 


64,531 


22,585 85 


in 


Felt cloth, n.o.p 


45,547 


53,520 


38,642 


42,665 


14,932 75 


11 

12 
1R 




914,467 


211,292 


323,728 


89,864 


31,452 40 


Knitted goods, n.o.p S 

Bed comforters No. 




411,610 




110,904 


38,816 40 


307 


535 


4 


16 


5 60 


14 
15 
16 


Railway rugs S 

Shawds -S 




32,549 




3,466 


1,213 10 




55,382 




6,755 


2,364 25 


Shirts Doz. 


1,294 


14,837 


227 


2,160 


756 00 


17 




484,061 


964,087 


128,496 


237,272 


83,045 20 


18 
19 


Undershirts and drawers, n.o.p S 

Yarns, composed whollv or in part of 




203,283 




57,892 


20,262 20 














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 manuafcturers of woollen goods, for 














use exclusively in their own factories. . Lb 


2,113,236 


1,638,837 


601.924 


552,587 


110,517 40 


20 


Yarns, woollen and worsted, n.o.p " 


357,288 


309,999 


33,417 


24,851 


7,455 30 


21 


All fabrics and manufactures composed 
wholly or in part of wool, worsted, etc.. 














n.o.p $ 

Fabrics of wool, or of cotton and wool. 




7,918,665 




2,167,086 


758,480 10 


?2 














commonly described and sold as 














lustres, mohairs, alpaca and Italian 
















2,859,356 


762,112 


47,086 


14,959 


5,235 65 


23 


Women's and children's dress goods, 
,coat linings, Italian cloths, alpacas, 
Orleans, cassimeres, henreittas, serges, 
buntings, nun's cloth, Ijongalines, whip 
cords, twills, plains or jacquards of 
similar fabrics, composed wholly or in 
part of wool, worsted, the hair of the 
camel, alpaca, goat or like animal, not 
exceeding in weight six ounces to the 
squares yard, when imported in the 
gray or unfinished state for the purpose 














of being dved or finished in (^anada.Sq. yd 


2.243,201 


817,904 


37,389 


20,783 


5,195 75 


24 


Clothing, women's and children's out- 


















872,923 




710,572 


248,700 20 


25 


Clothing, ready-made, and wearing 












apparel, composed wholly or in part of 














wool wf>rsted, etc., n.o.p.. $ 




810,440 




441,348 


154,471 80 


2fi 














Savonerie and Moquette . . .Yd. 


51,207 


59.412 


104 


241 


84 35 


27 


Carpets, Brussels, including Wilton and 














Tcprac " 


47.179 


51,484 


3,668 


2,109 


738 15 



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153 



SESSIONAL PAPER No. 11 

Imported into Canada, etc. — Continued. 



Entered for Home Consumption. 



Preferential Tariff. 



Treaty Rales. 



Total. 



Quantity. Value. 



Duty. 



Quantity. Value 



Duty. 



Quantity. Value. DutyColl'd 



617 



$ cts. 



92 55 



cts 



20,212 
745 



4,042 40 
111 75 



84,095 



15,352 28 



13,361 

1,145,487 

965,582 

1,501,879 

6,459 

595,744 



303 



1,414 
357,459 



1,500,174 
324,165 



2,825,336 



2,209,283 



50,659 
46,809 



50,609 

,118,406 

847,482 

886,818 

10,614 

120,276 

301,419 

519 

29,082 

49,366 

14,9.30 

729,776 

145,503 



1,081,872 
284,386 



5,741,343 



750,659 



799,069 
157,758 

380, 175 
59,320 
52,967 



11, 

335, 

254, 

266, 

3, 

27, 

67, 



14 

4, 

182, 

32, 



387 
521 
244 
045 
184 
062 
820 
155 
724 
809 
479 
444 
738 



135,234 46 
56,877 20 



1,722,402 90 



168,899 10 



119,860 35 
47,327 40 

114,052 50 
14,830 00 
13,241 75 



33,580 



7,555 70 



173 



79 



17 77 



20,396 
1,465,069 
1,082,815 
1,668,489 

45,101 
919,472 



30: 



1,641 
485,9.55 



2,102,098 
357,582 



2,872,422 



2,246,845 



50, 763 
50,477 



13,352 

160,380 

21,485 

42,564 
406,749 



$ cts. 

2,639 55 

12,028 74 

3,222 75 

10,748 00 
101,612 75 



2,326,324 542,354 42 



69, 

1,442, 

946, 

951, 

53, 
210, 
412, 

32, 

56, 

17, 

967, 

203, 



1,634,459 
399,237 



7,908,429 



765,618 



819,931 
868,330 

821,523 
59,561 
55,076 



17 

448 



18 

58 

106 

9 
17 

5 

265 

53 



,961 61 
,914 45 
,0.34 60 
,631 25 
,116 95 
,515 16 
,636 83 
161 30 
,937 70 
, 174 05 
,235 00 
,489 20 
,000 68 



245,751 86 
64,332 50 



2,480,883 00 



174,134 75 



125,073 87 
296,027 60 

268,524 30 
14,914 35 
13,979 90 



21 



22 



154 



CUSTOMS DEPARTMENT 



7 GEORGE V, A. 1917 

No, 14. — Summary Statement of Foreign Merchandise 





Articles. 


ToT.Ui Imports. 






Quantity . 


Value. 


General Tariff. 




Quantity. 


Value. 


Duty. 


1 

2 


DuTL\BLE Goods — Con. 

Wool, mfrs oi—C'on. 

Carpets, Tapestry, including drum print- 
ed or machine printed, and velvet. . . .Yd. 

Carpets, Ingrain, 2 and 3 ply all wool or 
union " 


242,647 
10,197 

329,253 


133,841 
9,497 

325,611 
415,295 
167,259 

597 
420 


4,086 
6^7 

19,940 
656,724 

1,375 


S 

3,613 

582 

56,. 309 

81,577 

121,891 

597 


$ cts. 

1,264 55 
203 70 


3 

4 


Whole carpets, including tufted, hand 
made or Oriental, Turkish, Persian, 
Japanese, Indian or Smyrna Sq.Yd 

Mats and rugs, including hearth sizes 30 
sq. ft. and smaller, wool, n.o.p S 

Felt, pressed, of all kinds not filled or 
covered by or with any woven fabric . Lb. 
Wool, 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 mentioned in the preceeding item . . " 

Total wool, &c.. 


19,708 15 
28 551 95 


5 
6 

7 


764,119 
1,375 


30 ,-472 75 
41 25 
















19,708,306 




5,256,793 


1,741 311 85 




Zinc, manufactures of, n.o.p $ 

Damaged goods, under sections 49 to 53 of 

Revised Stat., cap. 32 S 

Prepaid postal parcels $ 

Special duty on articles shipped to Canada 

at lower than usual home trade price S 

Additional duties, post entries, over collec- 
tions, etc $ 

War tax 






8 




21,846 

8,114 
33,798 




21,747 

10,782 
33,798 


5,436 75 
2,591 58 


9 




in 




11 199 20 


11 




' 69,143 33 


12 










392,419 44 


13 










21 814 715 19 




Total, dutiable goods 
















310,193,014 




220,741,941 


85,148 094 99 













TRADE AND N AVI O ATI ON 



155 



SESSIONAL PAPER No. 11 

Imported into Canada, &c. — Continued. 



Entered for Home Consumption. 



Preferential Tariff. 



Treaty Rates. 



Total. 



Quantity, 



Value. 



Duty. 



Quantity 



Value. 



Duty. 



Quantity . 



Value. 



DutyCoU'd 



237,975 129,897 
20,276 16,549 



310,040 



112,543 



269,471 

332,455 

46,096 



S ct.- 

32,474 25 
4,137 25 

67,367 75 

83,113 75 

6,914 40 



420 



42 00 



14,407,237 



3,795,393 04 



79 



130 



19 50 



3,442,072 70 



cts 



242,061 
20,963 

329,980 



769,267 



1,375 



133,510 
17,131 

325,780 
414,032 
167,987 

597 
420 



$ cts, 

33,738 80 
4,340 95 

87,075 90 
111,665 70 
37,387 15 

■ 41 25 
42 00 



17 77 



19,664,109 



5,536,722 



21,877 

10,782 
33,798 



5,456 25 

2,591 58 
11,199 20 

69,143 33 

392,419 44 
25,256,787 89 



58,718,542 16,590,090 94 



9,906,044 



2,201,914 93 



289,366,527 



103,940,100 86 



156 CUSTOMS DEPARTMENT i 

7 GEORGE V, A. 191^ 
No. 14. — Summary Statement of Imports — Continued. 



Articles. 



Imported. 



Quantity. Value 



Entered for 
Home Consumption. 



Quantity. 



Value. 



FREE GOODS. 
Produce of the Mine. 

Burrstones in blocks, rough or unmanufactured, not bound 
up or prepared for binding into mill stones No 

Chalk, China or Cornwall stone, cliff stone, and felspar, 
fluorspar, magnesite, and mica schist, ground or unground S 



Clays, viz.: — 

China clay, ground or unground Cwt. 

Fire clay, ground or unground S 

Pipe clay, ground or unground § 

Clays, all other, n.o.p S 

Total, clays 



175 



300 

124,774 



175 



300 
124,774 



464,778 



128,. 590 

104,847 

1,298 

23,992 



464,778 



128,590 

104,847 

1,298 

23,992 



258,727 



258,727 



Coal, anthracite, and anthracite dust Ton. 

Earths, crude only S 

Emer>', in bulk, crushed or ground S 

Flint, and ground flint stones Cwt. 

Fossils S 

Fuller's earth, in bulk only. . , S 

Gannister Cwt. 

Gravel and sand Ton 

Gypsum, crude (sulphate of lime) " 

Pumice and pumice stone, lava and calcareous tufa, not 
further manufactured than ground S 



Minerals- 
Alumina Cwt. 

Cryolite or kryolite " 

Litharge " 



4,429,143 



71,817 



9,285 

208,928 

1,827 



368,308 
17,651 
22,980 



20,460,571 

1,189 

99,866 

43,060 

2,998 

11,842 

2,880 

127,211 

8,197 

19,590 



988,062 

72,024 

137,730 



4,429,143 



71,817 



9,285 

208,928 

1,827 



20,460,671 

1,189 

99,866 

43,060 

2,998 

11,842 

2,880 

127,211 

8,197 

19,590 



368,308 
17,651 
22,980 



988,062 

72,024 

137,730 



Total, minerals. 



408,939 



l,197,i 



408,939 



1,197,816 



Mineral waters, natural, not in bottles Gal. 

Meerschaum, crude or raw Lb. 



1,466 



413 



1,466 
10 



413 
73 



Ores of metals, n.o.p Cwt, 



Phosphate rock (fertilizer) $ 

Diamonds, un.set $ 

Diamond dust or bort, and black diamonds for borers % 

Salt, imported from the United Kingdom, or any British 
possession; or imported for the use of the sea or gulf 

fisheries Cwt . 

Stone, refuse, not .sawn, hammered or chiselled, nor fit for 

flagstone, building stone or paving Ton 

Silex or crj-staliizcd quartz, ground or unground Cwt. 

Talc, ground, bolted or precipitated, not for toilet use. ... " 
Whiting, gilders' whiting and Paris white " 

Total, mine 



2,889,528 



1,976,160 



2,889.528 



1,976 160 



2,103,794 

283,538 
8,874 
2,509 

191,239 



15,068 

765,478 

29,821 



388,277 

101,031 

5,968 

1,476 

80,929 



2,103,3.57 

283,5.38 
8,874 
2,. 509 

191,239 



15,068 

765,478 

29,821 



388,298 

101,031 

5,968 

1,476 

80,929 



25,723,642 



25,723,736 



The Fisheries. 

Ambergris S 

P'ish ofTal or rr-fuse $ 

Fur skins, undressed, the produce of marine animals S 



174 

32,770 

5,854 



174 

.32,770 

5.854 



TRADE AND N AVI OAT ION 



157 



SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 1 

No. 14. — Summary Statement of Imports — Continued. 



Articles. 



Imported. 



Quantity. Value 



Entered for 
Home Consumption. 



Quantity. Value. 



Free Goods — The Fisheries — Con. 

Pearl, mother of, unmanufaeturcd .~ S 

Squid $ 

Tortoise and other shells, unmanufactured $ 

Turtles $ 

Whale bone, unmanufactured Lb 

Seed and breeding oysters, imported for the purpose of 

being planted in Canadian waters S 

Live fish and fish eggs, for propagating purposes $ 



Special from Neivfoundland. 

Fish- 
Cod, haddock, ling and pollock, fresh Lb. 

Cod, haddock, ling and pollock, dry, salted or smoked. Cwt. 

Cod, haddock, ling and pollock, pickled " 

Halibut, fresh Lb. 

Halibut, pickled " 

Herring, fresh " 

Herring, pickled " 

Herring, smoked " 

Mackerel, pickled " 

Sea fish , other, fresh " 

Sea fish, other, pickled " 

Lobsters, preserved, in cans " 

Bait — fish, clams or other, fresh or salted Brl 

Salmon, fresh Lb 

Salmon, smoked " 

Salmon, canned " 

Salmon, pickled " 



319 



Total, fish from Newfoundland. 



Fi.sh oil, viz.:- 

Cod 

Seal 



.Gal 



Total, fish oil from Newfoundland; 



Other articles, produce of the fisheries, n.o.p. 
Total, fisheries 



The Forest. 

Cork-wood, unmanufactured $ 

Bark, hemlock CordS 

Felloes of hickory or oak, not further manufactured than 

rough sawn or bent to shape $ 

Handle, heading, stave and shingle bolts, n.o.p $ 

Hickorj' 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 niits (vegetable) $ 

Fence posts and railroad ties S 

Logs, and round unmanufactured timber S 



140,2.55 

26,52.3 

186 

132,0.30 

200 

90,472 

14,109,3.54 

83,005 

3,200 

241 , 242 

1, 061 ! 467 

135,782 

80 

224,299 

320 

3,4.58 

657,820 



99,421 
43,326 



142,747 



32 



3,781 
11,946 
13,079 

2,790 
216 

1,670 
663 



319 



3,781 
11,946 
13,079 

2,790 
216 

1,670 
663 



3,219 

136,224 

963 

8,893 

5 

2,240 

2.53,839 

3,312 

117 

7,485 

.34,726 

37,788 

180 

18,. 537 



29,377 



5.37,342 



63,356 
21,. 350 



84,706 



711 



695,702 



24,889 
189 

61,644 
159,840 
52,244 

128,639 



38,871 

38,618 

645,696 

327,649 



14 



140,255 

26,523 

186 

132,030 

200 

90,472 

109,. 354 

83,005 

3,200 

241,242 

061, '467 

135,782 

80 

224,299 

320 

3,458 

657,820 



99,421 
43,326 



142,747 



32 



3,219 

136,224 

963 

8,893 

5 

. 2,240 

253,839 

3,312 

117 

7,485 

.34,726 

.37,788 

180 

18,5.37 

49 

388 

29,377 



537,342 



63,. 3.56 
21,350 

84,706 



711 



695,702 



24,889 
189 

61,644 
159,840 
52,244 

128,639 



38,871 

38,618 

645,606 

325,967 



158 



CUSTOMS DEPARTMENT 



7 GEORGE V, A. 1917 
No. 14. — Summary Statement of Imports — Continued. 



Articles. 



Imported. 



Quantity. Value 



Entered for 
Home Consumption. 



Quantity. Value. 



Free Goods — The Forest — Con. 

Lumber and timber, planks and boards, when not other- 
wise manufactured than rough sawn or split or creo- 
soted, \-ulcanized, or treated by any other preserving 
process, viz. — 
Cherrj-, chestnut, gumwood, hickory and whitewood M. ft 

Mahogany Feet. 

Oak M.ft. 

Pitch pine " 

Red wood Feet 

Rose wood .' " 

Spanish cedar " 

Walnut " 

White ash " 

African teak, amaranth, black heart, ebony, boxwood, 
cocoboral, dogwood, lignum vitae, persimmon, red 

cedar and satin wood % 

Timber, hewn or sawn, squared or sided, or creosoted, 

etc S 

Planks, boards and other lumber of wood sawn, split or 
cut, and dressed on one side only, but not further 

manufactured M. ft, 

Pine and spruce clapboards " 

Laths M. 

Pickets S 

Shingles M. 

Staves of oak, sawn, split or cut, not further manufac- 
tured than listed or jointed " 



Total, lumber. 



Sawdust of wood, of all kinds S 

Wood for fuel Cords 



Total, forest. 



Anim.\ls and their Prodltce. 

Animals for improvement of stock, viz. — 

Horses N 

Cattle 
Sheep. 
Swine. 
Dogs 



Goats 

Fowls, domestic, pure bred. 
Animals, all other, n.o.p.. . . 



Total, animals for improvement of stock. 



Animals brought into Canada temporarily, and for a pe- 
riod not exceding three months, for the purpose of ex- 
hibition or competition for prizes offered by any agri- 
cultural or other association, viz. — 

Horses No. 

All other, n.o.p % 



Total, animals for exhibition. 



Bees $ 

Bones, crude Cwt. 

Bone dust, charred bone, and bone ash " 

Bone pitch , crude only $ 

Bri.stles Lb . 

Cat-gut or worm gut unmanufactured, adapted for the 

manufacture of whip or other cord or of ligatures $ 

Fur skins of all kinds, not dressed in any manner, n.o.p. . . $ 
Fur tails in the raw state $ 



10,234 

566,968 

26,114 

43,298 

195,985 

1,280 

386,327 

679,436 

633,871 



60,568 

12 

2,713 



5,719 
1,200 



352,031 

64,631 

983,541 

722,358 

6,048 

"240 

45,448 

45,648 

30,770 



95,050 
305,776 



1,007,330 

127 

6,522 

1,145 

8,682 

34,173 



10,234 

566,968 

26,114 

43,298 

195,985 

1,280 

386,327 

679,436 

633,871 



60,568 

12 

2,713 



5,719 
1,200 



352,031 

64,631 

983,541 

722,358 

6,048 

240 

45,448 

45,648 

30,770 



95,050 
73,903 



1,007,330 

127 

6,522 

1,145 

8,682 

34,173 



3,709,520 



3,477,647 



18,890 



11,155 
45,724 



18,890 



11,155 
45.724 



5,244,588 



5,011,033 



302 

1.58 

82 

6 

500 

2 

34,532 



137,876 

48,976 

1,050 

220 

22,216 

75 

29,368 

17,724 



308 

158 

82 

6 

500 

2 

34,532 



140,726 

48,976 

1,050 

220 

22,216 

75 

29,368 

17,72-1 



257,505 



260,. 355 



2,870 



1,108 703 
5,633 



1,114,336 



30.608 
37,277 



187,352 



2.851 
42,357 
59,495 

2, 132 
174,909 

8,151 

1,989,928 

1,277 



30,608 
37,277 



187,352 



2,851 

42,357 

59,495 

2,132 

174,909 

8,151 

1,986,581 

1.277 



TRADE AND NAVIGATION 



159 



SESSIONAL- PAPER No. 11 

No. 14, — Summary Statement of Imports — Continued. 



Articles. 



Imported. 



Quantity. Value 



extered for 
Home Coxsumption. 



Quantity . Value 



Free Goods — Animals and their Produce— Con. 

Grease and degras for stuffing or dressing leather Lb . 

Grease, rough, the refuse of animal fat, for the manu- 
facture of soap and oils only " 

Total, grease 



3,493,062 
7,900,459 



S 

180,270 
542,360 



3,493,062 
7,900,459 



S 
180,270 
542,360 



11,393,521 



722,630 



11,393,521 



722,630 



Guano and other animal manures Cwt. 

Hair, cleaned or uncleaned, not dj'ed, curled or otherwise 

manufactured S 

Horse hair, not further manufactured than simply cleaned, 

and dipped or dyed Lb . 

Hatters' furs, not on the skin S 

Hides and skins, raw, whether drj', salted or pickled Lb. 

Hoofs, horn strips, horn and horn tips, in the rough, not 

polished or otherwise manufactured than cleaned $ 

Ivorj',' unmanufactured Lb . 

Leeches S 

Musk in pods or in grains Oz. 

Pelts, raw $ 

Pigeons, homing and messenger, pheasants and quails. ... $ 

Quills in their natural state or umplumed S 

Rennet, raw and prepared S 

Silk, raw, or as reeled from the cocoon, not being doubled, 

twisted or advanced in manufacture in any waj^ Lb. 

Silk, in the gum, or spun, when imported by manufacturers 
of silk underwear or of woven labels, and spun silk for 
manufacture of silk thread for use exclusively for the ma- 
nufacture 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 Lb 

Total, animals and their produce 

Agricultural Products. 

Bamboo-reed, not further manufactured than cut into suit- 
able lengths for walking sticks or canes, or for sticks for 
umbrellas, parasols or sunshades, and bamboos unma- 
nufactured S 

Bananas dried or evaporated Lb 

Broom corn $ 

Cane and rattans not manufactured and not further manu- 
factured than split, when for use in Canadian manufac- 
tures S 

Cassava flour when imported by manufacturers of explo- 
sives for use exclusively in the manufacture of such ar- 
ticles in their own factories Lb. 

Cassava root ; unground $ 

Citron, lemon and orange rinds in brine $ 

Cocoa beans, not roasted, crushed or ground Lb . 

Cocoanuts imported from the place of growth by vessel 

direct to a Canadian port No. 

Copra not prepared Lb . 

Cotton wool or raw cotton, not. dyed " 

Esparto or Spanish grass, and other grasses and pulp of, in- 
cluding fancy grasses dried but not coloured or otherwise 
manufactured, n.o.p $ 



Fibre, Mexican, istleor tampico Cwt. 

Fibrilla, flax fibre and flax tow " 

Fibre vegetable, n.o.p ' " 



31,017 



151,761 
53, 572^646 



202 
111 



Total, fibre. 



80,745 



31,469 



21,120,050 



650 



99,651 



3,139,569 

2,620,532 

800 

96,967,906 



1,919 
4,331 
13,400 



19,650 



46,543 

36,861 

100,141 

91,144 

12,453,671 

273 
1,701 

277 
1,327 

479 

2,360 

. 361 

97,712 

283,091 



95,743 
1,090 
6,680 

8,010,718 



31,017 



151,761 



53,457,^ 



202 



111 



80,745 



31,469 



21,140,729 



46,543 

35,881 

100,141 

91,144 

12,440,979 

273 
1,701 

277 
1,327 

479 
2,360 

361 
97,712 

283,091 



95,743 
1,090 
6,680 

7,999,284 



25,605,743 



24,465,804 



10 



15,342 

33 

337,688 



92,376 



3,. 326 

1,726 

2,880 

509,316 

53,806 

44 

,254,895 



335 



650 



99,651 



3,139,569 

2,620,532 

800 

96,967,906 



10 



15,342 
33 

337,688 



92,376 



3,326 

1,726 

2,880 

509,316 

53,806 

44 

,254,895 



335 



21,121 

29,020 

169,978 



220,119 



1,919 

4,331 

13,286 



21,121 

29,020 

168,501 



19,536 218,642 



160 



CUSTOMS DEPAETMEXT i 

7 GEORGE V, A. 1917 
Xo. 14. — Summary Statement of Imports — Continued. 



Articles. 



Imported. 



Entered for 
Home Consumption. 



Quantity. Value. Quantity. Value 



Free Goods — Agricultural Products — Con. 

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 S 

Fruit, green, viz: — 

Bananas Bunches 

Berries, viz.: wild blueberries, wild strawberries, wild 

raspberries and wild edible berries, n.o.p S 

Guavas, mangoes, plantains, and pomegranates $ 

Lemons and limes S 

Oranges and shaddocks or grape fruit S 

Pine-apples S 



Total, fruit, green. 



Foots, being the refuse of the cotton seed or olives after the 
oU has been pressed out C wt 

Hemp, dressed or undressed 

Indian com, not for purposes of distillation Bush. 

Jute butts and jute Cwt. 

Locust beans and locust bean meal Lb. 

Manilla grass '. C\vt . 

Manures, vegetable 

Csiers or willows, unmanufactured S 

Palm leaf, unmanufactured S 

Rice, uncleaned, unhulled or paddy Lb. 

Seedling stock for grafting, viz.: 
Plum, pear, peach and other fruit trees S 



Seeds, viz. — 

Annato Lb 

Beet and mangold 

Carrot.. 

Turnip 

Mustard 

Beans (.seed) from the United Kingdom 

Pease (seed) from the United Kingdom 

Rape, sowing 

Mushroom spawn 



Total, seeds 



Teasels S 

Tobacco, unmanufactured for excise purposes under 

conditions of Inland Revenue Act Lb. 

Trees, n.o.p S 



196,141 



2,192,898 



2,230,826 

7,345 
2,389 

577,172 
3,313,683 

270,519 



6,401,9.34 



11,978 

50,984 

,818,191 

2,. 399 

38,674 

382,2.33 

536 



73,261,498 



1,000 

6.36,797 

.33,413 

150,855 

47,073 

26,693 

90,703 

401,. 353 



21,627,077 



Total, agricultural products. 



Manufactured and Partially Mancf.\ctured Articles. 

Admiralty charts $ 

Alburn insides, made of paper S 

Artifiriul uhra.sivcs in bulk cru.shed or ground, when 

iniportr-d for u.sc in the manufacture of abrasive wheels 

and polishing composition. i 

Artificial limbs, articles for manufacture of, pressed felt, 

clastic web and hollow wood blocks. i 

Artificial lirnbs and parts thereof $ 

Artificial tcctli, not mounted : % 

Asphaltum or asphalt, sfdid ■ • .Cwt 

Astrachan or Russian hare skins anrl China goat skins, 

plates or rugs, wholly or partially dressed but not dyed. $ 

Bells when imported for use of churches only $ 



8.38,149 



59, 

402, 

5,764, 

14, 

2,653, 



2 
1,.383, 



196,131 



2,192, 



2,230,826 

7,345 
2,. 389 

576,115 
3,303,302 

270,504 



6,390,481 



11,978 

50,914 

7,818,191 

2,399 

38,674 

382,233 

536 



72,467,048 



4,582 



75 

74,193 

10,111 

25,143 

4,26G 

2,548 

5,9.59 

23,023 

2,297 



59,257 

401,516 

5,764,025 

14,416 

966 

2,653,816 

470 

9,058 

2,801 

1,371,902 

4,582 



147,615 



790 

4,700,729 
488 



33,235,734 



1,181 
189 



37,360 

748 

40,895 

190,348 

521,834 



101.880 
42,821 



1,000 

636,797 

33,413 

150,855 

47,073 

20,693 

90,703 

464,550 



10,834,672 



838,149 



75 

74,193 

10,111 

25,143 

4,266 

2,548 

5,959 

26,830 

2,297 



151,422 



790 

4,624,607 



33,137,137 



1,181 
189 



37,360 

748 

40,895 

190.348 

521,834 

101,880 
42,821 



TRADE AyD yAVIGATIOy 



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No. 14. — Summary Statement of Imports — Continued. 



Articles. 



Free Goods — Maxufactured Articles, &c. — Con. 

Binder twine Lb . 

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 onlj' S 

Blanc fixe and satin white Lb . 

Blanketing and lapping and discs or mills for engravirig 
copper rollers, imported by cotton manufacturers, calico 
printers, and wall paper manufacturers for use in their 
own factories only.. S 

Blast furnace slag S 

Bolting cloth, not made up S 



Books, viz. : Bibles, prayer books, psalm and hymn books, 
religious tracts, and Sunday school lesson pictures 

Books, printed by any governm.ent or by anj^ association 
for the promotion of science or letters and official annual 
reports of religious or benevolent associations and issued 
in the proceedings of said associations, to their 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 , 

Maps and charts for the use of schools for the blind 

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 incorporated me- 
chanics' institutes, public libraries, libraries of universi- 
ties, colleges, and schools, or for the librarj' of any incor- 
porated medical, law, literarj-, scientific or art associa- 
tion or society, and being the propertj- of the organized 
authorities of such library, and not in any case the 
property of individuals 

Books, bound or unbound, which have been printed and 
manufactured more than twelve years 

Books on the application of science to industries of all 
kinds, also booKs printed in any language other than 
the English anl French languages, or in any two langua- 
ges not being English or French, or any three or more 
languages 

Book manuscript and insurance maps 

Total, books md maps 



Bookbinder's cloth $ 

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

Buckram, adapted for the manufacture of hat and bonnet 

shapes S 

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 j in. wide, when imported by 
manufacturers of hats for use only in the manufacture 

of hat bodies S 

Bullion or gold fringe S 

Buttons, shoe, papier mache S 

Carbons over 3 inches in circumference and not exceeding 

35 inches.. % 

Celluloid, xjdonite or xyolite, in sheets, lumps, blocks, 
rods or bars not further manufactured than moulded or 

pressed when for use in Canadian manufactures S 

Chronometers and compasses for ships S 

Coal and pine pitch Gal 

Coal and pine tar, crude, in packages of not less than 15 
gallons " 

11— i— II 



Imported. 



Quantity 



34,857,168 



6,134,337 



Value. 



2,987,058 



132,658 
66,847 



28,540 
18,214 
31,573 



Entered for 
Ho.ME Consumption. 



Quantity. Value. 



34,857,168 



. 524,597 
2,757,453 



232,646 



7,594 



1,080 
5 



473,521 
17,700 



133,467 
245,896 



6,134,33'; 



1,111,909 



91,548 
717,793 



78,901 



345,-324 

5,559 

17,502 

294,561 



148,824 
13,391 
31,786 

121,105 



2,987,058 



132,658 
66,847 



28,540 
18,214 
31,573 



232,646 

7,594 
1,080 



473,521 
17,700 



133,467 
245,896 



524,597 
2,757,453 



1,111,909 



91,548 
717,793 

78,901 



347,008 

5,559 

17,502 

294,561 



148,824 
13,391 
31,786 

121,105 



162 



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7 GEORGE V, A. 1917 
No. 14. — Summary Statement of Imports — Continued. 



Articles. 



Free Goods. — Manufactured Articles, &c. — Con. 

Coal tar base or salt (paranitraniline) Lb . 

Coke Ton. 

Coke, ground, when imported by manufacturers of electric 
batteries, for use in their own factories in the manu- 
facture of such batteries Cwt. 

Colours, metallic, viz.: oxide of cobalt, tin and copper, 
n.o.p Lb. 

Colours, dry red lead and orange mineral " 

Colours, zinc white 

Communion sets of metal, glass or wood $ 

Coir and coir yarn Lb . 

Cotton or linen duck, seamless, in circular form, of a glass 
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 
stockings for such mantles $ 

Crucibles, caly, sand or plumbago $ 

Crucibles, platinum S 

Curling stones and handles therefor Pairs 

Drugs, dyes, chemicals and medicines — 

Acid, Vjoracic, in packages of not less than 25 pounds.. .Lb. 

" hydro-fluo-silicic 

" oxalic 

" tannic • 

Alum, in bulk, ground or unground but not calcined.. . . " 

Alumina, sulphate of or alum cake 

Ammonia, nitrate of 

" sulphate of ^ 

Aniline and coal tar dyes, soluble in water, in bulk or 
packages of not less than one pound weight including 
alizarine and artificial alizarine " 

Aniline oil, crude 

Aniline salts 

Annatto, liquid or solid " 

Antimony, or regulus of not ground, pulverized or other- 
wise manufactured " 

Antjraony salts, viz.: tartar emetic, chloride and 
lactate (antimoninc) " 

Antominy salts for dyeing " 

Arsenious oxide 

Arsenic, sulphide of " 

Barium , peroxide of non-alcoholic for use in the manufac- 
ture of peroxide of hydrogen when imported by manu- 
facturers of peroxide of hydrogen " 

Beans, viz. — 

Tonquin, crude only " 

Vanilla, cradc only " 

Binitrotoluol, trinitrotoluol and perchlorate of ammo- 
nia, 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 " 

Brimstone, crude, or in roll or flour, and sulphur in roll 
or flour 

Bromine 

Burgundy pitch 

Camwood and sumac and extract thereof " 

Carbon bisulphide. . 

Cliloraluin and chloride of aluminium " 

C'ochinoal 

Copper, procipate of, crude 

Cream of tartar in crystals or argols " 

Cyanide of potassium, cyanide of sodium, and oyjinogen 
bromide for reducing metals in mining operations. . . . " 



Imported. 



Quantity.] Value 



23,357 
693,607 



7,526 

154,031 

83,399 
439,915 



679,447 



774 



343,699 
1,362,896 

203,541 

21,230 

1,150,491 

515,231 
1,764,535 

288,879 



1,942,618 

106,4.55 

18,966 

85,692 

1,311,838 

16,69 

22,587 

13,737 

320,714 



58,008 



21,053 
1,750,711 



8,095 

56,602 
5,695 
15,537 
17,719 
24,942 



59,727 



9,285 

154,948 

5,481 

9,003 



31,553 

45,270 

49,265 

9,2: 

15,777 

4,749 

121,342 

10,302 



1,436,474 

62,660 

4,142 

10,373 

316,822 

3,455 

3,282 

642 

10,363 



Entered for 
Home Consumption. 



Quantity. Value 



23,357 
693,607 



7,526 

154,031 

83,399 

439,915 



679,447 



774 



2,116,618 



11, 8i: 



1,545 


1,615 


23,746 


52,772 


425,735 


102,638 


3,078,040 


173,541 


75,841,097 


600,250 


229 


224 


58,242 


3,110 


851,224 


26,132 


20,025 


1,233 


400 


153 


1,528 


679 


187 


35 


1,309,209 


404,687 



407,313 



360,499 
1,362,896 

203,541 

22,360 

1,150,471 

515,231 
1,764,535 

288,879 



1,943,573 

106,455 

18,966 

85,692 

1,311,838 

16,693 

22,587 

13,737 

320,714 



58,008 

1,545 
23,746 



425,735 
3,078,040 

75,841,097 

' 229 

58,242 

851,224 

20,025 

400 

1,528 

187 

1,290,512 

2,110,618 



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No. 14. — Summary Statement of Imports — Continued. 



163 



Articles. 



Free Goods. — M.^nvfactued ARxia.Es &c. — Con. 

Drugs, dyes, &c. — Con 

Dragon's blood Lb . 

Dj'eing or tanning articles in a crude state used in dyeing 

or tanning, n.o.p " 

Extract of logwood, fustic, oak, and oak bark and 

quebracho " 

Ferment cultures to be used in butter-making $ 

Glj'ccrine, crude, when imported by manufacturers for 
use only in their own factories in the manufacture of 

refined glycerine Lb. 

Glycerine, when imported by manufacturers of explo- 
sives, for use exclusively for the manufacture of such 

articles in their own factories 

Roots, medicinal, viz.: Alkanet, crude, crushed or 
ground, aconite, calumba, foliae digitalis, gentian, 
ginseng, jalap, ipecacuanha, iris, orris root, liquorice, 
sarsaparilla, squills, taraxacum, rhubarb and valerian, 

unground S 

Gums, viz: — 
Amber, arabic, australian, copal damar, elemy, kaurie 
mastic, sandarac, Senegal, tragacanth, gedda, bar- 
berry, pontianac and lac, crude, seed, button, stick 

and shell $ 

Balata, crude unmanufactured Lb . 

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 ■ Lb . 

Lead , nitrate and acetate of, not ground " 

Litmus and all lichens, prepared or not " 

Logwood and fustic, ground, and ground oak bark " 

Madder and munjeet, or Indian madder, ground or pre- 
pared and all extracts of $ 

Manganese, oxide of Lb . 

Moss, Iceland, and other mosses 

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, chlorate of, not further prepared than ground... 

Potash, bichromate 

Potash, muriate, and sulphate of, crude 

Potash, red and yellow pi-ussiate of 

Potash and pearl ash in packages of not less than 25 

pounds each 

Quicksilver 

Quinine, salts of Oz 

Radium $ 

Red liquor, being a crude acetate of aluminium prepared 
from pyroligneous acid and adapted for dj'eing and 

calico pri"nting S 

SafTron, saffron cake, safSower and extracts of Lb . 

Sal ammoniac " 

Salpetre or nitrate of potash " 

Seeds, aromatic, crude, not edible and not advanced in 
value or condition by grinding or refining or by any 
other process or manufacture, viz; Anise, anise-star, 
caraway, coriander, cardamon, cumin, fenugreek and 

fennel " 

Soda ash or barilla " 

Soda bichromate of " 

Soda bisulphite of " 

11— i— lU 



Imported. 



Quantity. Value 



720 

3,701,196 

46,956,547 



341,515 
.4,617,400 



1,644 

3,195,593 

384 

107,334 

7,532 



96,450 

292,172 

166 

73,232 



2,044,408 

1,113,449 

47,883 

15,314 

4,591 

63,362 

83,834 
70,266 

127,793 
1,133,18 

112,761 

100,943 
182,932 
124,611 



44: 

926,724 
1,845,266 



188,558 

71,984,700 

829,493 

649,489 



707 
105,930 

1,565,146 

128 

50,977 
991,504 

34,166 



424,079 

991 

1,128,406 

375 

68,570 

22,389 

6,813 

2,358 

30,951 

83 

3,726 

1,182 
45,684 
44,975 

4,089 
13,618 

1,264 
26,294 

22,747 
12,079 
17,023 
41,413 
56,571 

17,334 

160,650 

50,116 

1,383 



1,254 

991 

53,874 

262,015 



Entered for 
Home Consumption. 



Quantity 



720 

3,701,196 

46,956,547 



14,017 
587,391 
105,6.38 

20,757 



341,515 
4,617,400 



1,644 

1,905,533 

384 

107,534 

7,532 



96,450 

292, 172 

166 

73,232 



2,044,408 

1,113,299 

47,883 

15,314 

4,591 

63,362 

83,834 
70,266 

127,793 
1,131,892 

112,761 

100,943 
182,932 
124,611 



442 

926,724 

1,873,596 



188,558 
71,984,700 
829,493 
649,489 



Value. 



707 
105,936 

1,565,146 

128 

50,977 
991,504 

23,804 



424,079 

991 

708,744 

375 

68,570 

22,389 

6,813 

2,358 

30,951 

83 

3,729 

1,182 
45,684 
44,966 

4,089 
13,618 

1,264 
26,294 

22,747 
12,079 
17,023 
41,310 
56,571 

17,334 

160,650 

50,116 

1,383 



1,254 

991 

53,874 

264,423 



14,017 
587,391 
105,638 

20,757 



164 



CUSTOMS DEPARTMEyi i 

7 GEORGE V, A. 1917 
No. 14. — Summary Statement of Imports — Continued. 



Articles. 



Imported. 



Quantity. Value 



Entered for 
Home Consumption. 



Quantity. Value. 



Free Goods — M.\nufactured Articles, &c. — Con. 

Drugs, dyes, &c. — Con. 

Soda chlorate of Lb 

Soda hyposulphite, when imported by tanners for use 

in their own factories in the tanning of leather 

Soda nitrate of or cubic nitre 

Soda nitrite of 

Soda peroxide of 

Soda sal 

Soda silicate of, in crj'stals or in solution 

Soda sulphate of, crude, known as salt cake 

Soda arseniate, binarseniate and stannate of 

Soda prussiate and sulphite of 

Sodium, sulphide of 

Sulphate of iron, (copperas) 

Sulphate of copper (blue vitriol) 

Tartaric acid crystals " 

Terra japonica, gambler or cutch " 

Tin crystals $ 

Turmeric Lb 

Ultramarine blue, dry or in pulp " 

Verdigris, or sub-acetate of copper, dry " 

Zinc dust " 

Zinc, sulphate and cholride of " 

Drugs, crude, such as barks, flowers, roots, beans, ber- 
ries, balsams, bulbs, fruits, insects, grains, gums and 
gum resins, herbs, leaves, nuts, fruit and stem seeds — 
which are not ediljle and which are in a crude state and 
not advanced in value by refining or grinding or any 
other process of manufacture, n.o.ii --. $ 

Total drugs 



29,922 

240,350 

60,329,062 

12,846 

17,359 

7,507,345 

16,150,998 

.34,161,521 

9,240 

415,026 

1,529,910 

651,281 

1,900,155 

3.38,843 

1,341,077 

92^618 

444,372 

9,191 

569,175 

326,832 



3, 
1,570, 

4, 

54, 

81, 

161, 

65, 
28, 

6, 

140, 

126, 

71, 

12, 

5, 
35, 

3, 
91, 
14, 



60 



29,922 

240,350 

329,062 

12,846 

17,3.59 

507,345 

150,998 

161,521 

9,240 

415,026 

529,916 

651,281 

900, 155 

338,568 

341,077 



92,618 

444,372 

9,191 

569,175 

320,832 



97,577 



3,141 

1,570; 593 

913 

4,997 

54,752 

81,096 

161,. 556 

515 

65,931 

28,266 

6,087 

140,621 

126,424 

71,829 

12,797 

5,658 

35,633 

3,564 

91,507 

14,620 



97,577 



12,505,794 



12,075,337 



Fashion plates, tailors' milliners' and mantle makers' 
when imported in single copies, in sheet form, with maga- 
zines, etc $ 

Felt, adhesive, for sheatirig vessels $ 

Fertilizers, unmanufactured, n.o.p S 

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 own factories $ 



Fisheries, for the use of viz: 1 ish hooks for deep .sea or 
lake fishing not smaller in size than No. 2.0, not including 
hooks commonly used for sportman's purposes 

Bank, cod, pollock and mackerel fish lines; and mac- 
kerel, 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 fi.shiiig nets, maiiilla rope not ex- 
ceeding 1* inches in circumference for holding traps in 
the lobster fishery; barked marline, and net norsels 
of cotton, hemp' or flax, and fishijig nets or seines, when 
u.sed e.\clusively for the "fi.sherics, and not including 
lines or nets commonly u.sed for sportman's purposes. . 



797 

40 

4,489 



290 



797 

40 

4,489 



290 



34,590 



34,590 



1,289,806 



1,289,647 



Total, fish hooks, seines, etc. 



1,324,396 



Glass, cut to size for manufacture of dry plates for photo- 
graphif purpo.ses when imported by the manufacturers 
of such dry plates for u.sc exclu.sively in the manufacture 
thereof in their own factories 

Glass plates or dies, rough cut or unwrought, for use in the 
manufacture of optiial instruments, when imported by 
manufacturers of such optical instruments 



25,776 
6,341 



1,324,237 

25,776 
6,341 



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SESSIONAL PAPER No. 11 

No. 14. — Summary Statement of Imports — Continued. 



165 



Articles. 



Imported. 



Quantity. Value 



Entered for 
Home Consumption'. 



Quantity. Value 



Free Goods — M.\nuf.\ctured Articles &c. — Con. 

Golve fasteners, metal, shoe eyelets, corset eyelets, shoe 
eyelet hooks, shoe lace wire fasteners $ 

Globes, geographical, topographical and astronomical. ... S 

Gold beaters moulds and gold beaters' skins $ 

Gold and silver sweepings $ 

Hatters' bands (not cords), bindings and hat sweats; hat- 
ter's tips 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 $ 

Hatters' plush of silk or cotton $ 

Hemp paper, made on four cylinder machines and calen- 
dered to between OOG and -008 thickness, adapted for 
the manufacture of shot shells; and felt board sized and - 
hydraulic pressed and covered with paper or uncovered 
adapted for the manufacture of gun wads $ 

Hoods, unfinished, composed of 'Leghorn', Manilla,' palm 
leaf, grass, willov." or chip, not bleached or blocked $ 

Iron sand or globules or iron shot, and dry putty adapted 
for polishing glass or granite or for sawing stone $ 

Ivories, piano key $ 

Junk, old Cwt . 

Jute cloth as taken from the loom, not coloured, cropped, 
mangled, pressed, calendered, nor finished in any way. .Yd. 

Jute or hemp yarn, plain, dyed or coloured for weaving 
purposes, for insulating wire and for the manufacture of 
hammocks' or twines Lb. 

Kelp, sea grass and sea weed m their natural state or 
cleaued only, n.o.p " 

Lamp black, bone black, ivory black and carbon black. . . " 

Lenses and shutters for manufacturing cameras $ 

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 S 

Lime juice, crude only Gal. 

Lastings, mohair cloth, or other manufactures of cloth, 
woven or made in patterns of such size, shape or form or 
cut in anj^ such manner as to be fit only for covering but- 
tons, when imported by manufacturers of buttons $ 

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 $ 

Mexican saddle trees and stirrups of v.-ood $ 

Metals, viz: — 

Aluminum loaf or foil $ 

Aluminum in ingots, blocks, bars, rods, strips, sheets or 

plates Lb . 

Aluminium tubing in lengths of not less than 6 feet, not 

bent, etc " 

Anchors for vessels Cwt. 

Bismuth, metallic, in its natural state Lb. 

Brass caps adapted for use in the manufacture of electric 
batteries $ 

Brass cups, being rough 'olanks, 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 $ 

Brass, old and .scrap Cwt. 

Brass in blocks, ingots or pigs " 

Brass tubing not polished, bent or otherwise manufac- 
tured in lengths not less than 6 feet Lb 

Total, brass 



4,370 
6,558,250 

3,015,453 

77,771 
1,893,459 



72,879 



2,498,909 

5,471 
5,260 
5,951 



304,400 
2,494 
2,454 
2,480 



143,615 
59,093 



31,413 

4,877 

5,425 

109,046 

12,046 

430,756 

307,998 

3,796 
80,303 
27,479 

259 

9,195 
24,118 



8,488 



7,347 
8,868 



4,370 
6,558,250 

3,015,453 

77,771 
1,893,459 



72,879 



5,032 

700,365 

2,700 
25,762 
14,595 



2,498,909 

5,471 
5,260 
5,951 



3,209 
15,201 

1,156,339. 



6,191 



610,276 

49,303 

228,680 

344,904 

1,239,354 



3,209 
15,201 

1,156,339 



166 



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7 GEORGE V, A. 1917 
No. 14. — Summary Statement of Imports — Continued. 



Articles. 



Imported. 



Quantity . Value 



Entered for 
Home Consumption. 



Quantity . Value 



Free Goods — Manufactured Articles, &c. — Con. 

Metals — Con. 

Britannia metal, in pigs, blocks, or bars Cwt 

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

Chain, coil, coil chain links including repair links and 
chain shackles of iron or steel Ij inches in diameter and 
over " 

Chain, malleable sprocket or link belting imported by 
manufacturers of agricultural implements for use in the 
manufacture of such implements in their own factories S 



Copper, old and scrap Cwt. 

Copper, in blocks, pigs ar ingots .- 

Copper, in bars and rods in coil or otherwise, in lenghts 

of not less than 6 feet, unmanufactured " 

Copper, in strips, sheets or plates, not polished, planished 

or coated, etc " 

Copper, tubing in lengths of not less than 6 feet, and not 

polished, bent or otherwise manufactured Lb. 

Copper rollers adapted for use in calico printing S 

Total, copper 

Cream separators and steel bowls for S 

Cream separators — materials which enter into the cons- 
truction and form part of, when imported by manu- 
facturers of cream separators to Vje used in the manu- 
facture thereof and articles of metal for use in the manu- 
facture of cream separator parts S 

Ferromanganese and spiegeleisen containing more than 
15% manganese Ton . 

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 Govermennt 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 S 

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 Cwt 

Rolled iron or steel, and cast steel in bars, band, hoop, 
ecroU or strip, sheet or plate of any size, thickness or 
wiJth, galvanized or coated with any material, or 
not, and steel blanks, for the manufacture of milling 
cutters when of greater value than 31 cents per pound . . " 
Rolled iron or steel sheets in strips, polished or not. No. 14 

gauge and thinner, n.o.p " 

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 " 

Sheets, flat, of galvanized iron " 

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. ... S 
Iron tubing, Ijras.s covered, not over 3 inches in diameter, 
and brass trirrnnings, not poli-shed, 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 S 



38 

41,556 

905 



S 

1,560 
109,989 

3,843 
118,690 



38 

41,556 

905 



646 
37,225 

133,446 

25,527 

718,311 



9,895 
716,247 

2,631,652 

581,710 

205,824 
2,801 



646 
37,225 

133,446 

25,527 

718,311 



4,148,129 



12,554 



304,272 

236,194 
849,813 



12,. 554 



117,165 

40,287 
29,661 



1,973 
130,831 



5,271 
184,724 

585,576 
85,344 



7,084 
416,672 



42,773 



178,341 



117,165 

40,287 
29,661 



1 , 973 
130,831 



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Xo. 14. — Summary Statement of Imports — Continued. 



Articles. 



Imported. 



Quantity. Value 



Entered for 
Home Consumption. 



Quantity. Value 



Free Goods — M.^NVFACrrRED Articles, &c. — Con. 

Metals — Con. 

Iron tubing, lacquered or brass covered, not over 2 inches 
in diameter, brass cased rods and brass trimmings, 
■when imported bj' manufacturers of carriage rails for 
use exclusively in the manufacture of such articles in 
their own factories S 

Iron tubing, lacquered or brass covered, for manu- 
facturing extension rods for windows 8 

Iron or steel beams, sheets, plates, angles, knees, masts 
or parts thereof, and cable chains for wooden, iron, 
steel or composite ships or vessels. . . . ^ Cwt 

Iron or steel bands, strips or sheets, Xo. 14 gauge or 
thinner, coated, polished or not, and rolled iron or 
steel sections, not being ordinarj' square, flat, or 
round bars, when imported by manufacturers of 
saddler^^ and hames, for use exclusively in the manu- 
facture of such articles in their o%\ti factories S 

Locomotive and car wheel tires of steel in the rough. . .Cwt. 

Manufactured articles of iron or steel or brass which at 
the time of their importation are of a class or kind not 
manufactured in Canada, imported for use in the 
construction or equipment of ships or vessels S 

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 Cwt. 

Skelp iron or steel sheared or rolled in grooves, not over 
41 inches wide, for the manufacture of rolled iron tubes 
not over Ih inches in diameter " 

Lead, tea Lb 

Machinery, viz.: — 

Articles of metal as follows, when for use exclusively 
in mining or metallurgical operations, viz: coal 
cutting machines, except percussion coal cutters; coal 
heading machines; coal augers; rotary coal drills; 
core drills; miners' safety lamps and parts thereof, 
also 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; machinerj^ for extraction of precious 
metals by the chlorination or cyanide processes; 
amalgam safes;"automatic ore samplers; automatic 
feeders; retorts; m«rcury pumps; pyrometers bullion 
furnaces; amalgam cleaners; blast furnace blo'ssdng 
engines; and integral 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; rotarj- kilns, revolving roasters 
and furnaces of metal designed for roasting 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 S 

Appliances of iron or steel, of a class or kind not made 
in Canada, and elevators and machinerj' of floating 
dredges, when for use exclusively in alluvial gold 
mining ? 

Well-drilling, 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 S 

Briquette making machines S 



243,192 



83,699 



586 



20,498 
1,205,164 



4,350 
6,476 

391,939 



10,772 
319,572 



239,132 



341 



27,139 
93,959 



243,192 



83,615 



607,581 
35,749 



136,612 



7,095 
1,342 



586 



20,498 
1,205,164 



4,350 
6,476 

391,939 



10,772 
319,322 



239,152 



341 



27,139 
93,959 



607,581 
35,749 

136.612 



7,095 
1,342 



168 



CUSTOMS DEPARTMEyr i 

7 GEORGE V, A. 1917 
No. 14. — Summary Statement of Imports — Continued. 



Articles. 



Imported. 



Quantitj'. Valu 



Entered for 
Home Consumption. 



Quantity. Value 



Free Goods — Manvfactlred Articles, &c. — Con. 

Metals— Con. 

Newspapers printing presses, of not less value by retail 
than §1,500 each, of a class or kind not made in 

Canada No. 

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 Canada S 

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 manu- 
factured at any such factory for the Government 

of Canada $ 

Machines, typecasting and typesetting and parts 

thereof; adapted for use in printing offices S 

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 ; S 

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 flax fibre. S 
Machines, traction ditching (not being ploughs), 
adapted for tile drainage on farms, valued by retail 
at not more than S3, 000 each, and parts thereof for 

repairs • • . ■ No. 

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 manu- 
factured C wt. 

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 Lb. 

Nickel, nickel silver and German silver, in 'ingots or 

blocks, n.o.p 

Platinum retorts, pans, condensers, tubing and pipe, and 
preparations of platinum, when imported by manu- 
facturers of .sulphuric acid for use e^;clusively in the 
manufacture or concentration of sulphuric acid in their 

own factories S 

Platinum wire and platinum in bars, strips, sheets or 



plates. 



Ribs of brass, iron or steel, runners, rings, caps, notches, 
ferrule-i, mounts and sticks or canes in the rough, or 
not further manufactured than cut into longhts, 
suitable for umbrella, parasol or sunshade or walking 
Bti'-ks, when imported by manufacturers of such 
articles for use exclusively in their own factories S 

Sewing machine attachments S 

Steel ball.s adapted for use on bearings on machinery 
and vehicles S 

Steel rolled for saws and straw cutters not tempered 
or ground nor further manufactured than cut to shape, 
without indented edges Cwt 

Steel wire Bessemer soft drawn spring of Nos. 10, 12 and 
1.3 gavge, respectively, and homo steel spring wire of 
Nos. II 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 • • " 

Steel, crucible sheet, 11 to 16 gauge, 25 to 18 incVies 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 " 



33 



31 



88,008 



725,434 
60,052 



16,450 



19,605 



159,186 
459,416 

689,036 
310,406 

39,679 
26,369 

80,116 

241,799 
12,974 

207,262 
22,304 

28,033 
66,901 



99,170 
25,417 

1,869 



130,243 



40,703 



33 



31 



88,008 



725,434 
60,052 



16,450 



19,005 



7,478 28,508 7,478 28,568 



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SESSIONAL PAPER No. 11 

No. 14. — Summary Statement of Imports — Continued. 



Articles. 



Imported. 



QuantitJ^ Value 



Entered for 
Home Con.sumption. 



Quantity . Value . 



I'kee Goods — MAXUFAcruRED Articles, &c. — Con. 

Metals— Con. 

Steel of Xo. 20 gauge and thinner, but not thinner than 
No. 30 gauge, for the manufacture of corset steels, 
clock springs and slioe shank.s, imported by manu- 
facturers of such articles for exclusive use in the manu- 
facture of such articles in their own factories Cwt. 

Steel v.-ire flat, of IG 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 factoi'ies " 

Steel of No. 12 gauge and thinner, but not thinner than 
No. 30 gauge, for tiie 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 fac- 
tories 

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 . " 

Steel springs for the manufacture of surgical trusses v.-hen 
imported by manufacturers of surgical trusses for 
use exclusively in the manufacture thereof in their own 
factories Lb . 

Stereotj-pes, electrotypes and celluloids of newspapers 
columns in any language other than English and 
French and of books, and bases and matrices and 
copper shells for the same, whether composed wholly 
or in part of metal or celluloid .Sq. in 

Rolled iron and rolled steel nail rods, under half an inch 
in diameter, for the manufacture of horse slioe nails . Cwt. 

Tagging metal, plain, japanned or coated, in coils, not 
over l^ inches wide, when imported by the raanu- 
facturers of shoe and corset laces for use exclusively 
in the manufacture of such articles in their own 
factories " 

Tin in blocks, pigs and bars " 

Tin plates and sheets " 

Tin foil Lb . 

Tin strip waste " 

Steel seamless tubing valued at not less than 3j cents 
per pound Cwt. 

Steel or iron tubes rolled, not joined or welded, not more 
than 1 J inches in diameter, n.o.p S 

Seamless steel or wrought iron boiler tubes, including 
flues and corrugated tubes for marine boilers S 

Baroed fence wire of iron or steel Cwt. 

Wire, crucible cast steel valued at not less than 6 cents 
per pound Lb . 

Wire of brass, zinc, iron or steel, screwed or twisted, or 
flattened or corrugated, for use in connection with nail- 
ing machines for the inanufacture of boots and shoes, 
when imported by the manufacturers of boots and 
shoes, to be used exclusively for such purposes in their 
own factories " 

Wire, curved or not, galvanized iron or steel Nos. 9, 12 
and 13 gauge with varations not exceeding 4/1000 
of an inch but not for use in telegraph or telephone 
lines Cwt. 

Wire rope for use exclusively for rigging of ships and 
vessels " 

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 " 

Yellow metal, in bars, bolts and sheets, for use in the 
construction or repairs of vessels " 



23 
9.143 

2,484 

2,417 

549 

988,510 
12,554 



381 

32,788 

1,020,199 

1,233,328 

16,586 

194 



389,342 
27,306 



153,220 

705,931 
622 

25,426 
245 



206 
64,118 

6,666 

4,588 
258 

20, 986 
25,659 



7,880 

1,168,566 

3,415,306 

201,493 

508 

1,787 

34,485 

364, 143 
1,020,639 

4,149 



53,078 

1,636,960 
6, 118 

116,905 
5,028 



23 
9,143 

2,484 

2,417 

549 

)88,510 
12,554 



381 

32,756 

1,020,199 

1,233,328 

16,586 

194 



389,342 
27,306 



153,220 

705,931 
719 

25,426 
245 



206 
64, 118 

6,666 

4,588 

258 

20,986 
25,659 



7,880 

1,167,601 

3,415,303 

201,493 

508 

1,787 

34,485 

364, 143 
1,020.639 

4,149 



53,078 

1,636,960 
6,891 

116,905 
5,028 



170 



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7 GEORGE V, A. 1917 
No. 14. — Summary Statement of Imports — Continued. 



Articles. 



Imported. 



Quantitj'. Value 



Entered for 
Home Consumption. 



Quantity. Value 



Free Goods — Manufactured Articles, &c. — Con. 

Metals — Con. 

Zinc in blocks, pigs, bars, rods, sheets and plates Cwt. 

Zinc, seamless drawn tubing Lb. 

Zinc spelter Cv>'t. 



13,349 

100 

143,345 



245,474 

27 

2,131,566 



13,117 

100 

143,345 



237,414 

27 

2,131,566 



Total, zinc. 



156,794 



2,377,067 



156,562 



2,369,007 



Molasses not testing more than 56 degrees by the polaris- 
cope the produce of any British country 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 Gal. 

Newspapers, and quarterly, monthly and semi-monthly 
magazines, and weekly literary papers, unbound S 

Noils, being the short wool that falls from the combs in 
worsted factories; and worsted tops, n.o.p S 

Oakum of jute or hemp Cwt. 

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 
manufacturers of such cattle food and fertilizers " 

Oils, viz.: — 

Carbolic or heavy oil Gal. 

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 tem- 
perature T " 

Palm bleached and Shea butter Lb . 

Asphaltum oil S 

Olive, for manufacturing soap or tobacco or for canning 
fish Gal. 

Petroleum, crude, fuel and gas oil (8235 specific gravity 
or heavier) at 60 degrees temperature (to February 
16th, see Dutiable goods) " 

Rosin oil and China wood oil S 



3,917,804 



10,762 
125,279 

2,674 



1,000,384 

1,499,009 

2,587,949 
47,460 

180,512 
3,080 



3,855,577 



10,766 
125,279 

2,674 



977,102 

1,499,009 

2,587,949 
47,507 

180,512 
3,080 



173,706 

615,933 
67,797 

4,300,131 

28,824,389 
81,741 



2,229 
192,920,470 



24,442 

489,906 
40,912 

2,662,675 

3,193,708 
10,496 
76,479 

3,152 



3,932,429 
145,050 



173,706 

615,933 
67,797 

4,300,131 

28,078,205 
81,741 



2,229 



179,639,230 



24,442 

489,966 
40,912 

2,662,675 

3,081,244 
10,496 
76,479 

3,152 



3,711,657 
145,050 



Total, oil. 



10,579,309 



10,246,073 



Paper, matrix, not being tissue paper, for use in printing. ... S 

Paper tubes and cones of all sizes adapted for winding yarn 
thereon S 

Paper and materials of paper, gutta pcrcha and rubber for 
the manufacture of music rolls for piano players S 

Paper, photographic, plain basic, baryta coated, adapted 
for use exclusively in the manufacturcof albumenized or 
Hcn^^itizfd paper S 

Paper decalcomania, not printed, when imported by manu- 
facturers of decalcomania transfers, to be used in their 
own factories in the manufacture of such transfers S 

Philosophical and scientific apparatus, utensils, instru- 
ments and preparations, including boxes and Ijottlcs con- 
taining the same, maps, photographic reproductions, 
casts as models, etchings, lithograpliic prints or charts, 
when specially imported in good faith for use and by 
order of any society or institut ion, incorporated or estab- 
lished solely for religious, philosophical, educational, 
scientific or literary purposes, or for the encouragement 
of tlie fine arts or for the use or by order of any college, 
academy, school or seminary of learning in Canada, and 
not for sale S 



13,233 

23,352 

3,339 

60,092 

11,327 



13,233 

23,352 
3,339 

60, 692 

11,327 



149,857 



149,857 



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171 



SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 1 

No. l-t, — Summary Statement of Imports — Continued. 



Articles. 



Imported. 



Quantity. Value 



Entered for 
Home Consumption. 



Quantity. Value. 



Free Goods — Manufactured Articles, &c. — Con. 

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 center 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, hammer wires, 
fly felt, butt felt, damper felt, hammer rail cloth, back 
check felt, catch felt, thin damper felt, whip cloth, bush- 
ing cloth, hammer felt, back hammer felt, bridle leather 
and buckskin when imported by manufacturers of piano 
keys, actions, hammers, base dampers and organ keys, 
for use exclusively in the manufacture of such articles in 
their o^*n factories S 

Prunella cloth of wool S 

Rags of cotton, jute, hemp, and wool; paper waste clippings, 
and waste of all kinds, n.o.p., except metallic; broken 
glass or glass cuUct Cwt. 

Resin or rosin in pacakges of not less than 100 lbs " 

Rubber and gutta percha, crude caoutchouc or India rubber 

unmanufactured Lb . 

Rubber recovered " 

Rubber, hard in sheets but not further manufactured, also 
hard rubber in strips or rods but not further manufac- 
tured, when imported for use in Canadian manufactures " 

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 Department of Inland Revenue or by a person licensed 
by the Minister of Inland Revenue, to be denatured for, 
the manufacture of metal varnishes or lacquers Gal. 

Spirits, ethyl alcohol, when imported by the Department 
of Inland Revenue or by a person licensed by the Minister 
of Inland Revenue to be denatured for use in the arts and 
industries, and for fuel, light and power " 

Spurs and stilts adapted for use in the manufacture of 
earthenware ._ S 

Square or round reeds and raw hide centres, textile leather 
or rubber heads, thumbs and tips, and steel, iron or 
nickel caps for whip ends, imported by whip manufac- 
turers for use exclusively in the manufacture of whips in 
their own factories .-. S 

Scientific apparatus, glassware and other for laboratorj'- 
w-ork, also apparatus for sterilizing purposes, not including 
washing or laundrj' machines, all for use in public hos- 
pitals S 

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 S50 each by retail S 

Turpentine, raw or crude Lb. 

Turpentine, spirits of Gal. 

Twine or yarn of paper imported by manufacturers for the 
purpose of being woven into fabrics _. $ 

Twine or yarn of paper for use in the manufacture of furni- 
ture ; S 

Typewriters, type tablets with movable figures, and musi- 
cal instruments, when imported by and for use of schools 
for the blind S 



510,472 
270, 626 



88,426 
10,730 



1,333,260 
481,405 



510,472 
270,626 



88,426 
10,730 



1,333,260 
481,405 



10,113,590 
4,839,601 



167, 137 

605,661 

1,336,516 

32,334 



5,815,114 
628,285 



23,106 
48, 174 
86,840 
44,314 



.913,189 
839,601 



167, 137 

605,661 

,336,516 

32,334 



5,713,275 
628,285 



23,106 
48,174 
86,840 
44,314 



17,094,839 



6,645,833 



16,894,438 



6,543,994 



56,621 



705 



3,200 



11,609 
903, 146 



2,801 

2,552 

1,810 
217 

17,127 

22,897 



393,829 

460 

443,578 

13 

1,659 

64 



56,621 



705 



3,200 



11,609 
903, 146 



2,801 

2,552 

1,810 
217 

17, 127 
22,897 



357,433 

460 

443,578 

13 

1,659 

64 



172 



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7 GEORGE V, A. 1917 
Xo. 14. — Summary Statement of Imports — Continued. 



Articles. 



Imported. 



Quantitj'. Value 



Entered for 
Home Consumption. 



Quantity 



Value. 



Free Goods — M.\nuf.\ctured Articles, &c. — Con. 

Vaccine points, articles for the manufacture, viz.: glass 
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 S 

Veneers of ivory, unmanufactured $ 

Wool waste in the white, garnetted, for the manufacture of 
woolen goods Lb. 



Yarn, cotton, No. 40 and finer 

Yarn, cotton, polished or glazed, when imported by manu- 
facturers of shoe laces for use exclusively in the manufac- 
ture of such articles in 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 

Y'arn, mohair 

Y'arn, spun from the hair of the alpaca 

Yarn, wool or worsted, when genapped, dyed or finished 
and imported Vjy manufacturers of braid, cords, tassels, 
buttons and fringes for use exclusively in the manufacture 
of such articles in their ov.^n factories 

Yarns, thread and filaments of artificial and imitation silk, 
produced from a form cellulose obtained by chemical 
processes from cotton or wool when imported by manu- 
facturers of knitted, v.'oven or braided fabrics, for use 
only in their ov.'n factories in the manufacture of such 
knitted, woven or braided fabrics 



234,722 



40 
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90,550 



2.34,722 



40 
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90, 550 



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 

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 

Articles for tlie 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 profes- 
sion 

Articles for the use of the Army and Navy, viz.: Arms, 
military' stores, munitions of war, and other articles the 
property of the Imperial Government and to remain the 
property of such Government; articles consigned direct 
1o (officers and men of flis .Majesty's Imperial Navy, for 
their own personal use or consumption, on board their own 
sh ips 

Articles ex-warehoused for ship's .stores 

Articles for the Anglo- American Telegraph Company 

Bacteriological products or serum for subcutaneous injection 

Barrels or packages of Canadian manufacture which have 
been exportefl filif^d with Canadian products, when re- 
turned, or exported empty and returned filled with for- 
eign products 



1,927,008 
130,802 



282,550 

4,744 

24 



21,770 



183,948 



816,032 

48,714 



96, 199 

3,682 

20 



14,557 



321, 148 



1,931,065 

130,862 



282,550 

4,744 

24 



21,770 



183,278 



?20, 167 
48,714 



96, 199 

3,682 

20 



14,557 



319,717 



2,550,906 



1,300,352 



2,554,293 



1,303,056 



76,142,324 



75,217,133 



1,221 

31,535 
1,1.50,6.54 



203,387 
6,899 



6,849 



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1,221 

31,535 
1,166,104 



13 
116,245 



129,392 



6,899 



6,849 



38,633,283 

952, 630 

13 

116,245 



129,392 



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SESSIONAL PAPER No. 11 

No. li.^ — Summary Statement of Imports — Continued. 



173 



Articles. 



Imported. 



Quantity. Value 



Entered for 
Home Con.sdmption. 



Quantity . Value 



Free Goods — Miscellaneous Articles — Co7i. 

Bird skins and skins of animals not natives to Canada, and 
fish skins for taxidermic purposes, not further manufac- 
tured than prepared for preservation .$ 

Botanical, entomological and mineralogical specimens. ... $ 
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. S 
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 $ 

Ice $ 

Models of inventions and other improvements in the Arts, 
but no article shall be deemed a model which can be 

fitted for use $ 

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 ■ S 

Photographs, press, for use only as neswpaper pictures. ... $ 

Settlers' effects $ 

Specimens, models and wall diagrams for illustrations of 
natural history for universities and public museums. ... $ 

Menageries, horses, cattle, carriages and harness of $ 

Vaccine and ivory vaccine points $ 

Works of Art in bronze cast from models made in Canada 
and designed by sculptors domiciled therein $ 

Tea of Ceylon, black, imported direct or purchased in bond 

in the United Kingdom Lb . 

Tea of Cej'lon, 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 of China, green, imported direct or purchased in bond 

in the United Kingdom 

Tea of India, black, imported direct or purchased 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 purchased 

in bond in the United Kingdom 



Total, tea. 



Coins, British and Canadian and foreign gold coins 

Gold bullion in bars, blocks, ingots, drops, sheets or plates, 

unmanufactured 

Silver bullion, in bars, blocks, ingots, drops, sheets or 

plates, unmanufactured 

Total, coin and bullion 



Material for Russian shells. 
Other free articles '. . . . 



fjtal, miscellaneous. 
Total, Free goods. . . 



11,964,683 
2,126,890 
1,265,091 
1,133,585 

16,805,706 

133,186 

5., 688, 946 

1,019,1.39 



40,137,226 



6,800 
2,698 



6,023 
62,933 



4,132 

5,887 



27,058 



244,424 

45,161 

229 

,966,. 536 

1,207 
51,062 
14,130 

3,583 



2,784,443 
443,950 
1S3,96~4 
146,734 

3,393,311 
25, 236 

1,007,739 
207, 256 



8,192,633 



32,137,908 

1,738,319 

383,975 



34,260,202 



352,510 
163,471 



87,665,049 



11,964,683 
2,126,890 
1,264,871 
1,1.33,585 

16,805,706 

133, 186 

5,688,946 

1,019,139 



40,1.37,006 



254,312,782 



6,880 
2,698 



6,023 
62,933 



4,132 

5,887 



27,013 



244,328 

45, 161 

229 

3,968,986 

1,207 
51,062 
14, 130 

3,583 



2,784,443 
443,950 
183,926 
146,734 

3,393,311 
25,236 

1,007,739 
207,256 



8,192,595 



32,137,908 

1,738,319 

383,975 



34,260,202 



3.52,510 
163,471 



88,460,289 



252,710,834 



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No. 15. — Free Goods. 



7 GEORGE V, A. 1917 



Articles. 



Entered tor 
Consumption. 



Twelve 

months eijd 

ing March 

31st, 1915. 



Value. 



Twelve 
months end- 
ing March 
31st, 1916. 



Value. 



Entered for Consump- 
tion DURING THE TWELVE 
MONTHS ENDING 
M.\RCH 31ST, 1916. 



From 
Briti.sh 
Empire. 



Value. 



From other 
Countries. 



Value. 



FREE GOODS. 

PRODUCE OF THE MINE. 

Clay 

Coal, anthracite 

Gravel and sand 

Minerals 

Ores 

Precious stones, viz.: — 

Diamonds unset, diamond dust, etc 

Salt..... 

Whiting 

Other articles 

Total 

THE FISHERIES. 

Fish, from Newfoundland 

Fish-o-1, from Newfoundland 

Other articles 

Total 

THE FOREST. 

Cork wood 

Ivory nuts 

Fence posts and railroad ties 

Logs and round unmanufactured timber 

Lumber and timber, planks, boards, etc 

Other articles 

Total 

ANIM.\LS AND THEIR PRODUCE. 

Animals, for improvement of stock 

Bristles 

Fur skins, not dressed 

Grease 

Hides and skins, undressed 

Pelts, raw 

Silk, raw 

Wool 

Other articles 

Total 

AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTS. 

Broom com ^ 

Cocoa beans, not roasted, crushed or ground 

Cotton wool or raw cotton, not dyed 

Fibre, Mexican and vegetable 

Fruits, green 

Hemp 

Indian com 

Manilla grass 

Rice, uncleaned, unhulled or paddy 

Seed 

Tobacco (for Excise) 

Other articles 

Total 



267,: 

927,539 

215,933 

596,861 

596,654 

682,623 

364,8.50 

87,499 

490,024 



S 

258,72' 

20, 460, .571 

127,211 

1,197,816 

1,976,160 

795,299 

388,298 

80,929 

438,725 



75,093 

14,678 

76 

1,421 



678,352 

265,782 

46,117 

47,316 



183,634 
20,445.893 

127,135 
1,196,395 
1,976,160 

116,947 

122,516 

34,812 

391,409 



27,229,871 



25,723,736 



1,128,835 



24,594,901 



568,880 
63,084 
69,148 



537,342 
84,706 
73,654 



537,342 

84,706 

3,940 



69,714 



701,112 



695,702 



625,988 



69,714 



21,252 

23,067 

1,255,137 

485,953 

6,919,129 

541,620 



24,889 

.38,618 

645,606 

325,967 

3,477,647 

498,306 



1,272 



14 
5,132 



23,617 

38,618 

645,606 

325,953 

3,472,515 

498,306 



9,246,158 



5,011,033 



6,418 



5,004,615 



497,475 
132,040 
328,864 
846,213 
828,215 
14,238 
314,480 
717,039 
763,516 



3 
20,442,080 



260,3.55 

174,909 

1,986,. 581 

722,630 

12,440,979 

479 

283,091 

7,999,284 

597,496 



70,553 
41,055 
47,897 
33,293 
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4,929,899 
50, 123 



189,802 

133,854 
1,938,684 

089,3.37 

8,565,238 

224 

283,091 
3,069,385 

547,373 



24,465,804 



9,048,816 



15,416,988 



285,574 
326,748 
533,631 
118,192 
864,, 564 
318,914 
7.34,199 
883,. 551 
205,8.33 
289,699 
718,488 
455,015 



.337,688 

509,316 
10,254,895 

218,642 
6,, 390, 481 

401,516 
5,764,025 
2,6,53,810 
1,. 37 1,902 

151,422 
'4,624,607 

458,827 



509,316 
176 
31,131 
79,495 
91,233 
43 
62,210 

8,39,499 
42,6.53 
27,407 
84,610 



337,688 



29,734,408 



33,137,137 



1,767,833 



10,254,719 
187,511 

6,310,986 
310,283 

,'■^763,982 

2,591,606 
5.32,403 
108,763 

4,. 597, 140 
374,217 



31,369,304 



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SESSIONAL PAPER No. 11 

No. 15. — Free Goods — Concluded. 



Articles . 



Entered for 
Consumption. 



Twelve 
months end- 
ing March 
31st, 1915. 



Value 



FREE GOODS— Concluded. 

MANUFAC URED AND PARTIALLY MANUFACTURED 
ARTICLES. 



Artificial teeth, not mounted. 

Asphaltum or asphalt 

Bells for churches 

Binder twine.. 

Books, maps, etc 

Brick, fire for manufactures... 
Coke. 



Drugs, dyes, and chemica's. 
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 

liut cake and meal.. . 
Oil, cocoanut and palm 
Oil, crude, cotton seed, for manufacture of refined 

cotton seed oil 

Oil, gasoline, under •72-5 specific gravity 

Oil, petroleum, crude, fuel and gas 

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 . 



MISCELLANEOUS. 

Articles, Canadian, retur ed within five years... 

Articles, for Army and Navy 

Articles, Ex-warehoused for ships' stores 

Coffee, (see dutiable goods) 

Models of inventions 

Paintings in oil and water colours 

Settlers' effects 

Tea (see dutiable goods) 

Coin and bullion 

Other articles 



Total 154,227,534 



167,086 

636,204 

60,063 

2,7.38,274 
1,180,009 
482,763 
1,445,836 
9, 487,. 358 
1,368,151 
1,636,162 

815,348 

3,347,.'^31 

10,822,381 

1,159,068 

911,428 
4,223,045 
1 284,246 
1,425,848 
1,312,885 

331,639 
353,285 

1,327,386 

2,828,383 

5,2,0,497 

1,244,469 

444,601 

4,505,275 

393,341 

461,099 

1,172,712 

3,270,573 



Twelve 
months end- 
ing March 
31st, 1916. 



Value. 



66,065,946 



718,652 
3,210,698 

967,173 

893,437 
34,176 

452,981 

7,864,092 

7,274,679 

131,992,992 

818,654 



Total Free 

Total Dutiable. 

Grand Total. . . 



307,647,109 
279,792,195 



587,439,304 



190,348 

521,8.34 

42,821 

2,987,058 

1,111,909 

717,793 

1 7.50,711 
12,075,337 

1,324,237 
738,754 

1,239,354 
4,148,129 
10,447,714 
1,369,602 
2,369,007 
4,786,932 
977,102 
1,499,009 
2,587,949 

180,512 
489,966 

2 662,675 
3,081,244 
3,711,657 
1,333,260 

481,405 

6,543,994 

357,4.33 

444,038 

1,303,0.56 

3,742,293 



Entered for Consump- 
tion DURING THE TWELVE 

months ending 
March 31st, 1916. 



From 
British 
Empire. 



Value. 



75,217,133 



1,166,104 

38,6.33,283 

952, 630 



27,013 

244,328 

3,968,986 

8,192,595 

34,260,202 

1,015,148 



88,460,289 



252,710,834 
289,. 366, 527 



542,077,361 



14,900 

9,725 

4,879 

216,918 

341,661 

90,. 564 

4,883 

1,955,056 

449,762 

421,577 

6,295 

4 945 

2,082,234 

896,939 

3,174 

369,925 

977,102 

57,965 

2,334,887 

11,13 
289,6 



From other 
Countries. 



Value. 



92,365 

26,178 

,179,182 

23, 'j5 

14 

826,801 

611,943 



15,304,6.53 



225,9.33 

1,932,547 

27,00C 



504 

64,447 

469,. 343 

6,740,047 

6,040,528 

45,291 



15,545,640 



43,428,183 
67,842,322 



111,270,505 



175,448 

512,109 

.37,942 

2,770,140 
770,248 
627,229 

1,745,828 

10,120,281 

874,475 

317,177 

1,2.33,059 
4,143,184 
8,365,480 
472,663 
2,365,8.33 
4,417,00/ 



1,441,044 
253,062 

169,. 380 

200,27 5 

2,662,675 

3,081,244 

3,711,657 

1,240,895 

455,227 

3,364,812 

3.33,474 

444,024 

476,255 

3,1.30 350 



59,912,480 



36 



940,171 
700,736 
925,6.30 



26,509 
179,881 
499,643 
452,548 
219,674 
969,857 



72,914,649 



209,282,651 
221,524,205 



430,806,856 



182 



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7 GEORGE V, A. 1917 

No. 16. — Statement of Goods Imported from British and Foreign West Indies 
(including Guiana) during the Fiscal Year ended March 31, 1916. 



Dutiable Goods. 



Unit 

of 
Quan- 
tity 



From British West 

ixdies and 

British Gul\xa. 



Quantity. Value 



From Foreign 
West Indies and 
Foreign Gtjl\na. 



Quantity. Value 



Total from 
West Indies and 

GUL\NA. 



Quantity. Value 



Baskets of all kinds, n.o.p 

Posters, advertising bills and fol- 
ders 

Labels, printed, tags, tickets, etc. 

Advertising pamphlets, show 
cards, etc 

Photographs, chromos, blue 
prints, building plans, etc .... 

Arrowroot ." ■ 

Biscuits, not sweet 

Rice and sago flour 

Cocoanuts, imported direct (see 
Free) 

Cocoanuts, n.o.p 

Cocoa or chocolate in powdered 
form 

Cocoa beans not roasted, crushed 
or ground (see Free) 

Coffee, green, n.o.p , 

CofTee, green, imported direct.... 

Cordage and twines, n.o.p 

Medicinal proprietary prepara- 
tions, etc 

Drugs and chemicals, n.o.p 

Bead ornaments 

Fans 

Jlanufactures of hemp, flax or 
jute, n.o.p 

Dried fruits, all other, n.o.p 

Nuts, all other, not shelled, n.o.p. 

Nuts, all other, shelled, n.o.p 

Limes 

Green fruits, all other, n.o.p 

Fruits in airtight packages — ... 

Furniture 

Glass carboys, demijohns, etc. 

Hats, straw, grass, chip, etc 

Honey in the comb 

Hardw.aro, Vjuilders, etc 

Tools, hand, all kinds 

Iron manufactures, all other, n.o.p 

Jollies, jams and preserves, n.o.p. 

Jewellery, n.o.p 

Lead, old, scrap, pig and block... 

Lime juice, crude only , . . . . 

Lime juice, etc., n.o.p 

Musical instruments, other, n.o.p. 

Packages 

Ruled and coated papers, papet- 
eries, etc 

Paper all kinds, n.o.p 

Florist stock 

Ttcj-h, vXc.., nursery stock 

Sau'-os and catsups in bottles 

Seeds, garden, etc., in packages, 
1 lb. or over 

Silk and manufactures of n.o.p.. . 

Spices, ginf-icr, etc., unproun<l 

Spi'-es, nutmegs and mace, whole 
or unground 

Spirits, cordials, etc., n.o.p ■> . 



S 

Lb. 

$ 

Lb. 

S 
Lb. 

No. 

Lb. 

Cwt. 
Lb. 



S 
Lb. 



Lb. 

$ 
S 
S 
Lb. 
S 
S 

s 

Lb. 

$ 
Cwt. 
Gal. 



S 

s 

Gal. 

S 

s 

Lb. 



Gal. 



roo 



416 



107,590 

44 
10 

108,495 
1,281,757 



1,135 

23,089 

807,803 

2,415 



112 
345 
634 



31,111 



175,805 



1,066 



30 

64 

2,084 



242,904 

1.32,712 
123 



31 
131 



93 

10 

5,563 

5 

1 

2,234 
25,202 

1 

18,905 

2,825 

89, 178 

170 

23 
73 
54 
15 



6 

41 

269 

11 

251 

1,566 

77 

523 

1,262 

8,047 

245 

9 

4,830 

206 

66 

43 

26 

753 

4 

6, 720 



9 

U 

15,865 

13,048 
734 



700 
416 



665 



26 



475 



107,590 
44 
10 

108,495 
1,282,422 



1,161 

23,089 

807,803 

2,415 



112 
345 
634 



60 



10 



81 



31,171 
' 175,805 



1,066 



30 

64 

2,084 



1,075 
73 



242,904 

132,712 
123 



TRADE AXD XAYIGATION 



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No. 16.— Statement of Goods Imported from British and Foreign West Indies 

&c. — Continued. 



Dutiable Goods. 



Unit 

of 
Quan- 
tity. 



Spirits, rum 

Spirits, all spirituous 
n.o.p. 



liquors 



Wines, medicinal, not over 40% 

proof spirit 

Perfumes, alcoholic, etc., over 4 

oz 

Wines, ginger, not over 40% proof 

spirit '. 

Wines containing more than 40% 

proof spirit '. . . 

Sponges of marine production . . 

Sugar 

Molasses 

Sugar candy and confectionery of 

all kinds, n.o.p 

Cigarettes 

Cigars 

Tobacco, cut 

Un/enumerated articles 

Melons 

Potatoes, n.o.p 

Potatoes, sweet, and yams 

Tomatoes, fresh 

Vegetables, n.o.p 

Max, bees 

Wood, manufactures of, n.o.p... 

Walking sticks 

Wool fabrics, n.o.p 



Total, Dutiable Goods. 



Gal. 



Lb. 
Gal. 

Lb. 



No. 
Bush. 



Lb. 



From British West 

Indies and 

Bbitish Guiana. 



Quantity. 



Value. 



From Foreign 
West Indies and 
Foreign Guiana. 



Quantity, 



112,211 
1 
6 
9 
2 
1 



276,945,880 
56,100 

41,019 

62 

190 



35 

261 

3 

1,712 



5,428 



$ 

67,745 

4 

11 

12 



9 

7,354 

10,076,6.55 

8,959 

4,450 

35 

499 



1 

7 

368 

5 

1,068 

9,064 

1,652 

5 

36 

27 



10,377,154 



Value. 



52 



132,464,179 



326 

38,552 

1 



75 



Total from 

West Indies and 

Guiana. 



Quantity. Value 



71 



4,652,449 



1,109 

169,591 

3 



195 



112 



,211 

1 

6 

61 

2 
1 



409,410 
56, 

41, 

38, 



,059 
100 

019 

388 

742 

1 



35 

261 

3 

,787 



428 



4,825,514 15,202,668 



14 



67,745 

4 

11 

83 

4 

9 

7,354 

,729,104 

8,959 

4,450 

1,144- 

170,090 

i 

7 

368 

5 

1,263 

9,064 

1,652 

5 

36 

27 



184 



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7 GEORGE V, A. 1917 

No. 16. — Statement of Goods Imported from British and Foreign West Indies, 

&c. — Concluded. 



Free Goods. 



Unit 

of 
Quan- 
tity. 



From British West 

Indies and 

British Gul\na. 



Quantity. Value 



From Foreign West 

Indies and 

Foreign Guiana. 



Total from West 
Indies and 
Guiana. 



Quantity. 



Value. 



Quantity. Value 



Salt.. .- 

Tortoise and other shells unman- 
ufactured 

Lumber, African teak, etc 

Hides and skins, raw 

Bananas, dried 

Cane and rattans not manufac- 
tured 

Cassava flour, unground 

Cocoa beans, not roasted, etc. 
(see Dutiable) 

Cocoanuts, imported direct (see 
Dutiable) 

Copra, not prepared 

Esparto or Spanish grass 

Guavas, mangoes, etc 

Lemons and limes 

Oranges and shaddocks or grape 
fruit 

Pine-apples 

Manilla grass 

Palm leaf, unmanufactured 

Annate seed 

Tobacco, unmanufactured for eX' 
cise purposes 

Astrachan or Russian skins, etc. 

Braids and plaits of chip, etc. . . 

Vanilla beans, crude only 

Dyeing or tanning articles in a 
crude state 

Extract of logwood, etc 

Drugs, crude, barks, flowers, etc 

Hatters bands, Ijindings, etc 

Hoods, leghorn, etc., unfinished. 

Lime juice, crude only (see Dutl 
able) 

Brass, old and scrap 

Copper, old and scrap 

Yellow metal ■■ 

Molasses 

Canadian articles returned 

Articles for exhibition 

Articles for consuls-general 

Articles for use of army and navy 

Bird, animal, and fish skins for 
taxidermic purposes 

Settlers' effects 

Tea of other countries black. . . 

Coins, British and Canadian and 
foreign gold 



Total, Free Goods. 



Total, Dutiable and Free 

Imported through Foreign Coun- 
tries 



Imported direct. 



Cwt. 

$ 

S 

Lb. 

S 
$ 

Lb. 

No. 
Lb. 



S 

$ 
Cwt. 

$ 
Lb. 



S 
Lb. 



420,020 



699,254 
650 



2,244,798 

2,620,532 
800 



20 



1,000 
2,289 



10 

1.38,000 
25,951 



Gal. 
Cwt. 



Gal. 
$ 
$ 
$ 
S 

s 

s 

Lb. 



70,609 

64 

74 

1 

3,915,862 



160 



36,853 

120 

28 

126,231 

33 



20 
23 

365,249 

53,806 

44 

5 

13 

107 

43,213 

142 

83 

29 

75 

427 

246 

2 

20 

1,173 
1,711 
3,587 
107 
1,423 

23,6.55 

6.54 

956 

8 

999,615 

1,799 

89 

1,011 

75 



14 

1,186 

55 

794 



420,020 



4,270 



769 



703,524 
650 



2,244,798 

2,620,532 
800 



7,836 
443 



20 



735,948 



220,656 



1,000 
738,237 



10 

138,000 
25,951 



14,735 



70,609 

64 

74 

1 

3,915,862 



100 



160 



36,853 



127 



365, 
53, 



120 
28 

000 
33 

20 
23 

249 



1,664,681 



244,539 



44 

5 

13 

107 

,049 

585 

83 

29 

75 

,083 

246 

2 

20 

,173 
JU 
,587 
107 
,423 

,655 

654 

956 

8 

615 

534 

89 

,011 

75 

14 

,286 

55 



794 
1,909,220 



51 



221 



999, 
16, 



12,041,8.35 

3,474,083 



8,567,752 



5,070,053 
1,929,501 
3,140,552 



17,111,888 
5,403,584 
11,708,304 



i TRADE A^D y AT I G ATI ON 185 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 11 

No. 16. — Statement of Goods Exported 'to British and Foreign West Indies. 



Articles. 



THE MINE. 

Asbestos 

Coal 

Felspar 

Oil — mineral, coal and kerosene 
refined 



Total. 



THE FISHERIES. 

Codfish, dry, salted 

" pickled 

" tongues and sounds. 

Mackerel, pickled 

Herring, pickled 

" canned 

" smoked 

Sea fish, other, pickled 

" " preserved 

Oysters, fresh 

Lobsters, canned 

Salmon, canned 

" pickled 

Fish oil, cod 



Total. 



THE FOREST. 

Planks and boards 

Scantling 

Shingles 

Shocks 

Staves and heading 

Masts and spars 



Total. 



ANIMALS AND THEIR PRODUCE. 

Horses, over one year old 

Swine 

Sheep, over one year old 

Poultry 

Butter 

Cheese 

Cream and milk, condensed 

Lard 

Meats, baQon 

" beef 

" hams 

" mutton 

" pork 

" poultry, dressed or un- 
dressed 

" canned 

" all other, n.o.p 

Oil, neat's foot and other animal 

n.o.p 

Tallow 

Other articles. 



Total. 



AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTS. 

Cider 

Fruits, apples, dried 

" " green or ripe. . . 

" berries of all kinds. . . . 
" canned or preserved . . 

" all other, n.o.p 

Grain, barley 

" beans 

" Indian corn 



Unit 

of 
Quan- 
tity. 



Ton. 

$ 
Gal. 



Cwt. 

Lb. 
Brl. 

Lb. 

Brl. 

Lb. 
Brl. 

Lb. 

Brl. 

Gal. 



M ft. 

M 

$ 

$ 

No. 



No. 



Lb. 



$ 
Lb. 



Gal. 
Lb. 

S 



Gal. 
Lb. 
Brl. 

$ 

$ 

$ 

Bush. 



To British 
West Indies and 
British Guiana. 



Quantity. Value 



6,556 



146,992 



150 

6,665 

29,835 

73,846 

348,762 

12,212 

96 

1 

2,496 

28,643 

735 

1,356 



8,655 

336 

10, 159 



11 



109,383 

190,302 

311,577 

190 

569 

10,930 

425 

5,032 

65,919 



5,874 
94, 003 

130 



359 

50 

916 



37,982 



42 



38,024 



937,440 



11 

64, 880 

127,333 

7,167 

10,362 

53,576 

7 

10 

815 

3,265 

9,484 

592 



1,214,942 



185,027 
5,634 

18,631 
2,913 

12,750 
1,040 



225,995 



220 

58 

9 

37,225 

35,627 

28,711 

30 

116 

914 

85 

612 

4,{ 

30 

911 

3,546 



112,967 



114 
6 

2, 865 

174 

2,758 

35 

29 

216 



To Foreign 
West Indies and 
Foreign Guiana. 



Quantity. Value 



160 
1,042 



197,820 
1 



114 

5, 190 

1,250 

141,513 

463 



4,960 



314 



16,219 



6,936 
4, 517 
9,595 



366 

50 

683 



2,000 



31,200 
62, 100 



72,702 



1,210 



430 



4,130 
3,129 
2,061 



9,320 



1,319,609 
5 



986 

25,760 

136 

4,971 

1,973 



1,130 



4,002 



1,358,572 



313,040 



313,048 



1,000 



2,074 
835 
952 



81 

7 

138 



124 



2,560 
2,905 



4,4.53 



15, 129 



3,594 



235 
1,068 



Total to 

West Indies and 

Guiana. 



Quantity. Value 



160 

7,598 



513 



344,812 

1 

150 

6,779 

35,025 

75,096 

490,275 

12,675 

96 

1 

7,4.56 

28,643 

1,049 

1,3.56 



24, 874 

336 

10, 163 



76 



116,319 

194,819 

321, 172 

190 

935 

10,980 

1,108 

5,032 

67,919 



37,074 
156, 103 

130 

72,702 



3.59 

50 

2,126 



20 
492 



4,130 

41,111 

2,061 

42 



47,344 



2,257,049 

5 

11 

65,866 

153,093 

7,303 

15,333 

55,549 

7 

10 

1,945 

3,265 

13,486 

592 



2,573,514 



498,067 
5,634 

18,639 
2,913 

12,750 
1,040 



539,043 



1,000 

220 

58 

9 

39,299 

36,462 

29,663 

30 

197 

921 

223 

612 

4,971 

30 
3,471 
6,451 

14 

4,453 

12 



128,096 



114 

6 

6,4.59 

174 

2,993 

35 

29 

1,284 

6 



186 



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No. 16. 



7 GEORGE V, A. 1917 

-Statement of Goods Exported to British and Foreign West Indies — 

Continued. 



Articles. 


Unit 

of 
Quan- 
tity. 


To British 
West Ixdies and 
British Gul\na. 


To Foreign 
West Indies and 
Foreign Gul^na. 


Total to 

West Indies and 

Guiana. 




Quantity. 


Value. 


Quantity. 


Value. 


Quantity. 


Value. 


AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTS. — COH. 

Grain — Con. 


Bu.sh. 

S 

Brl. 

S 

Ton. 

Lb. 

Bush. 

Lb. 

<( . 

$ 
Bush. 

$ 


494, 873 
1,436 
8,048 


S 

267,448 

2,711 

24, 165 




S 


494,873 
1,506 
8,048 


S 
267 448 


" pease, whole 


70 


266 


2,977 


" " split 


24,165 


Bran 


27,408 

2,744,789 

16,335 

5,849 

5 

8 

10 

11 






27,408 


Flour of wheat 


500,091 


10,462 


51,841 
1,691 


510,553 

325 

15 

53,932 

80 

160 

3,919 


2,796,630 


Cereal foods, prepared, all kinds 


18,026 

5,849 

5 


Hay 


325 

15 

8 

80 

160 




Hops 






Malt 

Maple sAgar 


53,924 


54,038 


54,046 
10 


Nuts 






11 


Tobacco, leaf 


3,919 


1,753 


1,753 


Vegetables, canned or preserved.. 




2,171 

97,081 

47 

2,072 


2,171 


" potatoes 


122,787 
87 


326, 250 


225,955 


449,037 

87 


323,036 


" turnips 


47 


" other 




96 


2,168 












Total 




3,196,313 




340,537 




3,536,850 




No. 

$ 

$ 

Lb. 

S 

Cwt. 

s 

$ 
$ 
$ 
s 

$ 
s 

Yd. 

S 
$ 

Cwt. 

s 
s 
$ 
$ 
$ 

No. 

S 
$ 

s 
$ 
s 
$ 

No. 

S 

Cwt. 

$ 

No. 

$ 
$ 

8 
S 
$ 

Lb. 
« 










iLA.NUFACTURED ARTICLES. 

Agricultural implements: — 
Ploughs 






97 
12 


7,080 
1,524 

853 


97 
12 


7,080 


Harrows 






1,524 


All other 




35 

14 

5 

5,760 
11,702 
10,785 


42 


Parts of 








867 


Baking powders 


22 




22 


5 


Books, pamphlets, maps, etc. . . . 




, 1,426 


7,186 




1,137 




1,137 


11,702 


Brooms and whisks 




476 


11,261 


Brushes of all kinds 




1,452 






1,452 


Buttons 






15 




15 


Cartridges, gun, rifle and pistol. . 




161 

8,247 

218 

39,844 

1,.556 

532 

82 

4,146 

50,911 

554 

259 

105,298 






161 


Clothing and wearing apparel. . . . 






1,022 

4 

128 

658 




9,269 










222 


Cordage, ropes and twine 








39,972 




6,482 


2,372 


8,854 


2,214 


Cottons, other 


532 


Cream separators 










82 


Drugs and chemicals: — 
Calcium carbide 


1,370 


1,570 


4,710 
2,042 


2,940 


8,856 


All other, n.o.p 


52,953 


Earthenware 








554 


Electrical apparatus 










259 


Fertilizers 






35,886 
670 




141,184 


Fur, manufactures of 








670 


Gasoline launches 


1 


800 

3,304 

25 




1 


800 


Glass and glassware, n.o.p 






3,304 


Gyp.sum or piaster, ground 










25 


Hats and caps 






207 

1,040 

39 




207 


Household effects, n.o.p 




2, 145 
4,510 
3,679 

60 

9 

32,780 

474 

50 

235 

70 

3,325 

18,131 

319 

349 






3,185 


India-rubber, boots and shoes 








4,549 


" other manufactures. 








3,679 


Iron and steel: — 

Ktovos 


4 






4 


60 


Gas liuoys and parts of 






9 


Wire and wire nails 


14,. 540 


1,900 


7,325 
1,423 


16,452 


40,105 


Machinery, n.o.p 


1,897 


Sewing machines 


1 
3 




1 
3 


50 


Typewriters 






235 


Hardware, tools.'hand or mach- 
ine 




2 

1,500 

296 

23,518 


78 


" n.o.p 








4,825 


All other, n.o.p 






18,427 


.Jewellery, of all kinds, n.o.p 








23,837 


Jowollers', sweepings 






349 






• 1,196 

1,640 

2,749 

615 








1,196 


Leather, solo 


3,997 

4,528 

410 


288 


105 


4,285 

4,528 

410 


1,751 


" harness 


2,749 


" upper 






615 



TRADE A^D X AY I GAT ION 



187 



SESSIONAL PAPER No. 11 

No. 16. — Statement of Goods Exported to British and Foreign West Indies — 

Concluded. 



Articles, 


Unit 

of 
Quan- 
tity. 


To British 
West Indies and 
British Guiaxa. 


To Foreign 
West Indies and 
Foreign Gul\na. 


Total to 

West Indies and 

and gul\na. 




Quantity 


Value. 


Quantity. 


Value. 


Quantity. 


Value. 


M.\XUF.\CTVRED ARTICLES — Coil. 

Leather, boots and shoes 


? 

$ 

Gal. 

8 

$ 
$ 

No. 

$ 
Cwt. 
iSn.vd 




212 
3,180 

309 
5,374 

.,791 

1,729 
47 
75 

435 
1,440 




S 




S 

212 

3,180 

309 

13,163 

1,791 

1,729 
2,842 


" harness and saddlery... 










Liquors, ale and beer 


794 
1,763 
1,907 






794 
4,335 
1,967 


" whiskey 


2,572 


7,789 


" wines 


Metallic shingles and laths and 
corrugated roofing 






Metals, n.o.p 






2,795 




Mineral waters in bottles 








Musical instruments: — 

Organs 


5 
7 






5 
7 


435 

1,440 

26 

70,258 

25 

3,976 

380 

126 

4,361 

28,960 

3 V>'> 


Pianos 






Other, and parts of 




26 


Oilcake 


28,3.53 

25 
43,201 
19,200 


70,2.58 

25 

3,675 

380 

13 




28,353 

25 

47, 297 

19,390 

1^291 

15,338 


Oilcloths all kinds 






Oil, n.o.p 

Paper, v.all ... 


Gal. 
Roll 

S 
C%yt. 

$ 
% 
$' 
$ 

% 

No. 

& ton 

S 
Lb. 

$ 
Lb. 

$ 

$ 
M 

Lb. 

S 
No. 

S 
No. 

i^ 
No. 

$ 
$ 

$ 

S 
Cwt. 

% 


4,096 


301 


felt 




113 


" wrapping 


1,291 
3,802 


4,361 
7,676 
3,122 
30,948 
IC 
7,220 

10 

14,090 

102 

16,985 

7,431 

^.«.. 29 

106 

,v" 486 

iLV' 280 

1,274 




" printing 


11,536 


21,284 


" n.o.p 


Paints and varnishes of all kinds. 






17,158 




48 106 


Photographs 








10 


Philosophical apparatus 










7 2''0 


Sails, awnings, tents and tarpau- 
lins 










10 


Ships sold to other countries 


2 — 324 






2 — 324 


14,000 
102 


Silk and manufactures of 






Soap 


388,906 






388,900 


16,985 

20,953 

29 


Stationery 




13,522 


Sugar of all kinds, n.o.p.. . ." 


400 




400 


Tar 






106 


Tin, manufactures of 










486 


Tobacco — Cigars 


.■^u'= 3 
"W ' 254 


1 


30 


4 
254 
990 

10 


310 




1 274 


" all other, n.o.p 

Trunks and valises 


990 


594 

244 

5,000 


594 




4,942 

6,81' 

3,932 

1,550 

■v 403 

Jir 232 

2,672 

25,019 

, 763 

'> ...';. S3 
" ■ 8 


5 1>'6 


Vehicles — Automobiles 

" " parts of 


it-.^ 


2 


11 838 
3 932 


" carriages 


:r.t..\ 18 







18 


1,550 


" " parts of 






403 


" bicycles 


1,393 






2 
1,393 


232 


T\ ood — Barrels, empty 






2 672 


" , Household furniture 




...:. 345 


25,364 
763 


" matches 








" mouldings, trimmings 

and other house fur- 
nishings 


-■.'., 




vmm 




83 


" pails, tubs, churns and 
other hollow wooden- 






■r- :,...... 




8 


Wood pulp, mechanically ground. 
■'■ " other manufactures of 




500 


370 

;T 370 

2,750 


500 


370 




5,578 
2,398 


5,948 


Other articles. . . 








5,148 












Total 




555,439 




164,647 




720,086 




Lb. 

S 










MISCELL.\>,-EOUS ARTICIES. 

Coffee 


10 

284 


4 
26 






10 

284 

3,106,600 

7,981 


4 


Dried fruits, n.o.p 






26 




3,106,600 


118,033 


118,033 


Tea 


7,981 


2,653 


2, 653 


Other articles 


442 






442 














Total 




3,125 




118,033 




121,158 
















Grand total 




5,346,805 




2,319,286 




7,666,091 















188 



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7 GEORGE V, A. 1917 

No. 17. — Statement showing the Total Value of Imports and Exports of the 
Dominion of Canada, from and to each Country, during the Twelve 
Months ended March 31, 1916. 



Imports. 



Countries. 



Dutiable 
Goods. 



Free Goods. 



Total. 



Exports. 



Produce of 
Canada. 



Foreign 
Produce. 



Total. 



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 

Fiji Islands 

Gibraltar 

Hong Kong 

Malta 

Newfoundland 

New Zealand 



51,553,441 

4,857 

17,501 

60 

3,252 
16,464 



28,127,396 



3,389,814 

29,248 



5,681,148 



2,381,077 

72,. 303 

4,696,006 

403 

205,990 

1,074,459 



168, 495 

50 

4,902 

720,757 

2,360,440 

1,825,463 

1,659,779 

141 

49,702 



79,680,837 

4,857 

3,407,315 

29,308 

3,252 

184,9.59 

50 

5,686,0.50 

720,757 

4,741,517 

1,897,766 

6,355,785 

544 

255,692 

1,074,459 



481,988 

618 

797,381 

346,349 



785,462 



783,836 
3,943,066 



1,267,450 

618 

1,581,217 

4,289,415 



451,852,399 

13,740 

7,748,051 

435,615 

76,681 

5,4.56,201 

128,. 508 

1,207,134 

3,355 

904,889 

44,217 

. 4,115 §72 

10,087 

281,7.34 

196,308 

1,073,156 

779,558 

35,136 

4,820,395 

3,307,40 



11,228,842 



25, 158 
12,866 



52,880 

50 

4,770 

132 

11,425 



19,029 



770 

364,478 

38,115 

4 

250,643 

54,595 



463,081,241 

13,740 

7,773,209 

448,481 

76,681 

5,509,081 

128,558 

1,211,904 

3,487 

916,314 

44,217 

4,134,901 

10,087 

281,734 

197,078 

1,4.37,634 

817,673 

35, 140 

5,071,038 

3,361,999 



Total, British Empire. 
Other Countries. 



67,333,297 



43,848,551 



111,181,848 



482,490,440 



12,063,757 



494,554,197 



Alaska 

Argentina 

Austria-Hungary 

Azores and Madeira Islands 

Belgium 

Bolivia 

Brazil 

Bulgaria 

Canary Islands 

Chili 

China 

Costa Rica 

Cuba 

Denmark 

Danish West Indies 

Dutch East Indies 

Dutch West Indies 

Dutch Guiana 

Ecuador 

Egy{>t and Soudan 

France 

French Africa 

French Guiana 

French Oceania 

French West Indies 

Germany 

Greece 

Greenland, Iceland, etc.. . . 

Guatemala 

Hawaii 

Hayti 

Holland 

Honfluras 

Italy 

Japan 



187,829 

35,132 

1,825 

4,21 

30,391 



23,682 

3,9.36,164 

60 



859,373 
5,875 



12,902 

250 

28,054 



211,511 

3,971,296 

1,885 

4,217 

43,293 

250 

887,427 

5,875 



331,5.5 
2,398,628 



17 

334 

2 

1,059 



261,012 

55,800 

1,149,079 

6,676 

.58,. 307 

26, 238 



169,284 

655, 972 

75 

244,415 

38, 157 



137,854 



169, 284 

916,984 

55,8 

1,393,494 

44,8.33 

58,307 

164,092 



329,4.30 

1,225 

6,540 

4,712,453 

4 



811 
1,001,685 



329,430 

1,225 

7,351 

5,714,138 



24 

88 

536 

28 

1,419 

111 

7 

272 

7 

49 

19 

39 

33,703 

12 

1 

2 

103 



7,763 
324,315 



11,215 
- 430 



1.55,4.55 
19,097 



2,090 



644,792 



233,403 



679,900 
2,242,517 



286, 846 
1,836,7.56 



8,643 

335,. 5.30 

430 

1.55,455 

21,187 



878, 195 



966, 746 
4,079,273 



222 

17 

35 

2 

1,815 

7 

6, .572 

996 



33,508 

2 



365,066 
2,398,655 



2 
'821405 



17,835 

334,762 

2,383 

1,142,105 



150 



12,203 
1,556 



301 



346 

2,382,630 

4 



24,. 559 

88,634 

.536,482 

28,338 

1,431,290 

112,988 

7,. 537 

272,710 

7,701 

49,875 

19,395 

39,839 

36,085,813 

12,540 

1,234 

2,355 

103,895 



3,783 



747,676 



4,160,601 
1,665 



222,330 

5,132 

17,798 

39,. 5.39 

2,119 

2,563,626 

7,7.59 

10,733,288 

998, 240 



TEABE AND XAVIGATIOX 



189 



SESSIONAL PAPER No. 11 

No. 17. — Statement showing the Total Value of Imports and Exports of the 
Dominion of Canada, from and to each Country — Concluded. 



Countries. 



Other Countries — Con. 



Korea 

Montenegro 

Mexico 

Miquelon and St. Pierre.. 

Morocco 

Nicaragua 

Norway 

Panama 

Persia 

Peru 

Philippines 

Porto Rico 

Portugal 

Portuguese Africa 

Russia 

Salvador 

San Domingo 

Serbia 

Siam 

Spain 

Spanish Africa 

Sweden 

Switzerland 

Turkey 

U. S. of Colombia 

United States 

Uruguay 

Venezuela 



Total Other Countries. 
Grand total 



Imports. 



Dutiable 
Goods. 



45 



326,772 

1,924 

3,042 

439 

176,718 



3,789 

,079,3.59 

811 

3 

137,046 



8,368 

10,631 

,288,695 



2,199 
494,197 



3 
221 



53,060 
384,. 528 

27,145 
144,515 
797,959 



113,227 



242.859,717 
ol0;i93,014 



Free Goods 



418,673 
3,016 



68, 124 



373,] 
11,268 



43,470 
115,699 



124 



29,. 5.59 
87,356 



46, 988 
50,816 



200,313,747 

280,4.37 



210,464,231 
254,312,782 



Total. 



45 



745,445 

4,940 

3,042 

439 

244,842 



3,789 

1,452,539 

12,079 

3 

180,516 



124,067 
10,631 

3,288,819 



■31,758 
581,553 



100,048 

3, 435,. 344 

27,145 

144,515 

422,111,706 

280,437 

114,016 



4.53,323,948 



564,505,796 



Exports. 



Produce of 
Canada. 



605 

49,024 

72,819 

154,920 



3.311 
4.58,. 5.30 
153,. 556 



47,182 

7,. 323 

699,460 

56,726 

58,349 

4,874,1.52 

4,190 

12,9 9 

12.475 

22,486 

634,977 

39 

.53,440 

224,5.35 



32,259 

201,106,603 

33, 101 

98,567 



259,120,513 



741,610,953 



Foreign 
Produce. 



108 
14,344 
16,650 



12 



80 
3^256 



419 
1,863,000 



21 

754 '568 



119,118,477 



129,197,792 



141,261,549 



Total. 



605 
49,132 
87,163 
171.570 



3,311 
458,542 
1.53,556 



47,262 

7,. 323 

702,716 

56,726 

58,768 

6,737,152 

4,190 

12,919 

12,475 

22,486 

634,998 

39 

53,440 

979, 103 



32,259 

320,225,080 

33, 101 

98,567 



388,318,305 



882,872,502 



190 



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7 GEORGE V, A. 1917 
No. IS. — Abstract by Countries 



Countries. 



Imports. 



Dutiable. 



Value. 



Free. 



Value. 



Total 



Value. 



General Tariff. 



Value. 



Duty. 



United Kingdom 

Aden 

Bermuda 

British East Africa 

" West Africa 

" South Africa 

" India 

" Straits Settlements. . . . 

" East Indies, other 

" Guiana 

" Honduras 

" West Indies 

" Oceania: Australia 

" " New Zealand. 

" " All other 

Fiji Islands 

Hong Kong 

Malta 

Newfoundland 



Total British Empire. 



Alaska 

Argentina 

Austria-Hungary 

Azores an4 Madeira Islands. . 

Belgium 

Bolivia 

Brazil 

Bulgaria 

Cen. Am. States: Costa Rica. 

" Guatemala. 

" Nicaragua.. 

" Salvador 

Chili 

China 

Cuba 

Denmark 

Danish West Indies 

Dutch East Indies 

" Guiana 

Ecuador 

Egypt and Soudan 

Fr;^nfe 



French Africa 

Germany 

Greece 

Greenland, Iceland, etc 

Hawaii 

Holland 

Italy 

Japan 

Korea 

Mexico 

Miquelon and St. Pierre Islands. 

Morocco 

Norway 

Peru 

Persia 



51,553,441 

4,857 

60 

3,252 



28,127,396 



29,248 



16,464 

2,381,07 

205,990 

72,303 

5,681,148 



4,696,006 

17,501 

346, 343 

403 

1,074,459 

481,988 

618 

797,381 



50 

168,495 

2,360,440 

49,702 

1,825,463 

4', 902 

720,75 

1,6.39,779 

3,389,814 

3,943,066 

141 



785,462 



783,836 



79,680,837 

4,857 

29,308 

3,25 

50 

184,959 

4,741,51 

255, 692 

1,897,766 

5,686,050 

720,757 

6,355,785 

3,407,315 

4,289,415 

544 

1,074,459 

1,267,450 

618 

1,581,217 



4,913,224 

4,857 

60 

3,252 



S cts. 

4,691,648 95 

729 00 

12 00 

415 50 



84 
99,646 
12,770 
15,621 
65,236 



101 25 

12,652 06 

2,655 33 

1,976 64 

269,445 79 



156,974 

32, 1.54 

13,518 

403 



125,555 95 

9,178 23 

2,557 68 

16 50 



458,541 

480 

796,971 



229,033 24 

854 00 

68,345 89 



67,333,297 



43,848,551 



111,181,848 



6,573,791 



5,415,169 01 



187,829 

35, 132 

1,825 

4,217 

30,391 



23,682 

3,936,164 

60 



859,373 

5,875 

55,800 

155,455 

439 

10,631 



12,902 

250 

28,054 



75 



261,012 

1,149,079 

6,670 

58,30' 

26, 2.38 

329,430 

1,225 

6,. 540 

4,712,453 

4 

7,76.' 

324,315 



169, 284 

655,972 

244,415 

38, 157 



137,854 



811 
1,001,085 



19,097 

644,792 

679,900 

2,242,517 

45 

326,772 

1,924 

3,042 

176,718 

1,079,. 359 

3,789 



11,215 

430 

2,090 

233, 40:^ 

286,846 

1,836,7.56 



418,673 
3,01G 



68, 124 
373, 180 



211,511 

3,971,296 

1,885 

4,217 

43,293 

250 

887,427 

5,875 

55,875 

155,455 

439 

10,631 

169,284 

916,984 

1,393,494 

44,833 

.58,307 

164,092 

329,430 

1,225 

7,?51 

5,714,138 

4 

8,643 

335,. 530 

430 

21,187 

878, 195 

906,746 

4,079,273 

45 

745,445 

4,940 

3,042 

244,842 

1,452,. 539 

3,789 



4,731 

34, 134 

2,718 

4, £03 

32,719 



1,388 21 
2,821 60 
1,278 72 
1,426 86 
10,033 34 



355,778 

5,875 

48,634 

70,44 

439 

13,611 



300,849 78 

440 62 

14,908 93 

19, 274 50 

186 00 

3,509 70 



263, 

1,304, 

7, 

.58, 

31, 

372, 

1, 

5, 

2,142, 



96,833 16 

682,086 11 

1,232 78 

24,731 92 

6,962 24 

146,713 74 

274 15 

7,123 90 

1,436,312 58 



41,126 
327,621 



13,319 28 
43,477 56 



20, 253 

772, 148 

584,723 

815,983 

45 

375,. 597 

600 

1,699 

73, 882 

789,223 

3,789 



8,467 30 

1,818,163 74 

169,008.27 

227,433 53 

60 00 

140,083 52 

391 47 

169 90 

23,756 67 

345,850 02 

1,301 04 



TRADE AND NAVIGATION 



191 



SESSIONAL PAPER No. 11 

Dutiable and Free. 



EXTERED FOR CoN'SCMPTION. 




Preferential Tariff. 


Treaty Rates. 


Total 
Dutiable. 


Total 
Free. 


Grand Total. 


M 


Value. 


Duty. 


Value. 


Duty. 


Value. 


" Value. 


Value. 


Duty. 


a 

3 


S 
44,561,924 


S cts. 
9,526,974-51 


S 
2,533,930 


S cts. 
564,234 68 


S 

52,009,078 

4,857 

60 

3,252 


•S 
28,099,717 


S 

80,108,795 

4,857 

29,416 

3,252 

50 

175,879 

4,732,772 

254,622 

1,793,067 

5,636,630 

476, 60 J 

6,258,7.57 

3,423,085 

4,283,667 

544 

1,262,718 

1,247,529 

480 

1,577,784 


$ cts. 

14,782,8.58 14 

720 00 

12 00 

415 50 


1 










29,3.56 


•> 










4 










50 

168,495 

2,360,440 

49,702 

1,723,624 

4,957 

476,601 

1,638,228 

3,390,407 

3,932,187 

141 

773,456 

780,813 


,5 


7,300 
2,272,677 


776 81 

175,980 39 

34,998 93 

24,479 40 

1,653,225 47 






7,384 

2,372,323 

204, 920 

69,443 

5,631,673 


878 06 

188,632 45 

37,654 26 

26,4.56 04 

1,922,071 26 


fi 






7 


192, 150 






8 


53,822 






9 


5,566,437 






10 








n 


4,463,552 


1,259,078 59 


3 
524 


67 
130 85 


4,620,529 

32,678 

.351,480 

403 

1,262,718 

474,073 

480 

796,971 


1,384,635 21 

9,309 08 

39,497 01 

16 50 

435,564 81 

2.33,294 72 

854 GO 

68,345 S9 


12 
13 


337,962 


36,939 33 


14 








15 


1,262,718 


435,564 81 






15 




15,532 


4,261 48 


17 






18 










19 












58,718,542 


13,148,018 24 


2,549,989 


568,627 68 


67,842,322 


43,428,183 


111,270,505 


19,131,814 93 












4,731 

35, 107 

3,023 

4, 303 

46,413 


23,082 

3,936,164 

133 

12,902 

250 
28,054 


28,413 

3,971,271 

3,156 

4,303 

59,315 

250 

883,832 

5,875 

48,709 

70,447 

439 

13,611 

169,284 

918,610 

1,540,519 

45,849 

58,. 351 

169,169 

372,248 

1,225 

6,512 

5,949,470 

474 

86,304 

338,836 

430 

22,497 

1,057,733 

920,271 

4,015,125 

45 

■ 623,281 

4,932 

1,699 

279,091 

1,162,403 

3,789 


1,388 21 
3,064 85 
1,3.57 55 
1,426 86 
13,297 01 


?n 






973 
305 


243 25 
78 83 


21 


■- 




'>.'>, 






^3 






13,694 


3,263 67 


?4 






?5 










855,778 

5,875 

48,634 

70,447 

439 

13,611 


300,849 78 

440 62 

14,908 93 

19,274 50 

186 00 

3,509 70 


■^6 










?1 










75 


?8 










29 












30 












31 










169,284 

654,989 

235,615 

38,1.57 


3? 










263,621 

1,304,904 

7,692 

.58,351 

31,315 

372,248 

1,225 

5,696 

4,953,203 

474 

41,126 

327,621 


96,833 16 

682,086 11 

1,232 78 

24,731 92 

6,962 24 

146,713 74 

274 15 

7,123 90 

2,053,019 90 

144 30 

13,319 28 

43,477 56 


33 










34 










35 










36 










137,854 


37 










38 












39 










816 
996,267 


40 






2,810,256 

474 


616,707 32 
144 30 


41 






4? 






45, 178 

11,215 

430 

2,244 

275,610 

286,717 

1,837,179 


4-; 










44 










45 










20, 253 

782, 123 

633,. 5.54 

2,177,946 

45 

.375,. 597 

1,899 

1,699 


8,467 30 

1,820,520 79 

183,779 26 

542,970 85 

60 00 

140,083 .52 

717 41 

169 90 

67,807 39 

345,8.50 02 

1,301 04 


46 






9,975 

48,831 

1,361,963 


2,3.57 05 

14,770 99 

315,537 32 


47 






48 






49 






5(1 










247,684 
3,033 


51 






1,299 


325 94 


5? 






53 






136, 748 


44, 050 72 


210,630 

789,223 
3,789 


68,461 
373,180 


54 






55 










56 



192 



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7 GEORGE V, A. 1917 

No. 18. — ^^Abstract by Countries 



Countries. 



Philippines 

Porto Rico 

Portugal 

Russia 

San Domingo 

Siam 

Spain 

Sweden 

Switzerland 

Turkey .'.... 

Uruguay 

U.S. of Colombia. 

United States 

Venezuela 



Total other countries 

Duty on articles lower than 

home trade price 

Additional duties 

War Tax 



Grand total. 



Imports. 



Dutiable. 



Value. 



$ 

811 

3 

137,046 

8,368 

3,288,695 

2,199 

494,197 

53,060 

3,384,528 

27, 145 



144,515 

221,797,9.59 

113,227 



242,859,717 



310,193,014 



Free. 



Value. 



11,268 



43,470 
115,699 
124 
29,559 
87,356 
46, 988 
50,816 



280, 437 



200,313,747 

789 



210,464,231 



254,312,782 



Total. 



Value. 



12,079 

3 

180,516 

124,067 

3,288,819 

31,758 

581,. 553 

100,048 

3,4.35,344 

27, 145 

280,437 

144,515 

422, 11 ',706 

114,016 



453,323,948 



564,505,796 



General Tariff. 



Value. Duty. 



1,020 

3 

164,051 

8,203 

,020,491 

1,065 

272,702 

107,469 

764,117 

42,248 



137,470 

199,466,665 

114,569 



214,168,150 



220,741,941 



S cts. 

3,320 65 

4 25 

81,588 45 

2,518 06 

1,581,380 50 

240 75 

57,269 79 

25,820 93 

173,940 83 

9,741 76 



31,968 62 

49,908,888 80 

30,093 49 



57,456,648 02 

69,143 33 

392,419 44 

21,814,715 19 



85,148,094 



TRADE AXn XATIGATIOX 



193 



SESSIONAL PAPER No. 11 

Dutiable and Free — Concluded. 









Entered for Con'sumptiox. 








Preferential Tariff. 


Treaty Rates. 


Total 
Dutiable. 


Total 
Free. 


Grant 


Total. 




Value. 


Duty. 


Value. 


Duty. 


Value. 


Value. 


Value. 


Duty. 


s 

3 


$ 


S cts. 


S 


$ cts. 


S 

1,020 

3 

164,051 

8,205 

4,020,491 

1,065 

529,281 

112,241 

3,474,301 

42, 248 


S 

11,339 

43^583 

115, 99 


$ 

12,359 

3 

207,634 

123,904 

4,02 ,491 

30,651 

617,025 

162,671 

3,525,117 

42,248 

280,437 

137,470 

398,693,720 

115,358 


$ cts. 

3,3 65 

4 25 

81,588 :5 

,518 56 

1,581,380 .50 

:40 75 

130,859 23 

27,036 68 

734,943 00 

9,741 76 


57 










58 










59 






2 


50 


60 






61 










29,586 
87, 7-; 4 
50,430 
50,816 

280^437 


6? 






256,579 

4,772 

2,710,184 


73,589 44 

1,215 75 

561,002 17 


(3 






64 






65 






66 










67 










137,470 

199,466,665 

114,569 


31,968 62 

49,908,888 80 

30,093 49 


68 










199,227,0.55 
789 


69 










70 
















7,356,055 


1,633,287 25 


221,524,205 


209,282,651 


430,806,856 


59,089,935 27 

69,143 33 

r 92, 419 44 

25,256,787 89 




























3,442,072 70 




























58,718,542 


16.590,090 94 


9,906,044 


2,201,914 93 


289,366,527 


252,710,8.34 


542,077,361 


103,940,100 86 





Il- 



ls 



194 CUSTOMS DEPARTMENT i 

7 GEORGE V, A. 1917 
Xo. 19. — Abstract of the Total Value of Goods Exported from the 



Countries. 



The Min-e. 



Produce . 



Not 
Produce 



The Fisheries. 



Produce . 



Not 
Produce 



The Forest. 



Produce . 



Not 
Produce 



Animals and 
THEIR Produce. 



Produce . 



Not 
Produce 



United Kingdom 

Aden 

Australia 

Bermuda 

B. E. Africa 

B. S. Africa 

B. W. Africa 

B. Guiana 

B. Honduras 

B. India 

B. E. Indies, other. . . . 

B. W.Indies 

B. Oceania, other 

B. Straits Settlements. 

Fiji Islands 

Gibraltar 

Hong Kong 

Malta 

Newfoundland 

New Zealand 



S 
12,425,248 



.55,499 



6,731,794 



36, 168 



14,147,250 



S 
414,988 



67,821,789 



,741,008 



122,409 
5 



661,718 
36, 394 



10,62' 
512 



48,397 
28;812 



3,280 
'261^365 



1,281 



66,641 

52.028 

447 

143,459 

2,694 

52,267 



89,439 
81,283 



286,811 
32,394 



15,065 



9,170 



42 



3,301 
498,991 



1,010 966 
10,08 
112,518 
57, 143 



1,.330 



293 
173,728 



79,678 



895 



69,859 



38,414 
1,710 

8,742 



4,678 

996 

968,643 

7,100 



806,726 
695 



52,855 



59,666 
182,917 



22,563 
3,972 



474 



504,081 
11,898 



25,903 
22,810 



Total, British Empire. 



13,943,754 



108,396 



9,152,772 



49,918 



14,714,208 



415,462 



Alaska 

Argentina 

.A.zorcs and Madeira. . . . 

Belgium 

Bolivia 

Brazil 

Canary Islands 

Chili 

China 

Costa Rica 

Cuba 

Denmark 

Danish W. Indies 

Dutch E. Indies 

Dutch W. Indies 

Dutch Guiana 

Ecuador 

Egypt and Soudan 

France 

French Africa 

French Guiana 

French Oceania 

French W. Indies 

Greece 

Greenland, Iceland, etc, 

Ciuatemala 

Hawaii 

Hayti. 



295, 169 
102 



970 
3,201 

825 



251 

753,098 

16,905 



69,888,790 



10, 138 
7,318 



1,791,276 



115 



945,568 



81,904 



6,512 
24,544 



368,199 
" '7^304 



20,881 
12,750 
623,947 
49,293 
4,563 
19,700 



4,902 



24,857 
231^594 



321 
6,250 



12,462 

400 

2,667 

1,500 



42,587 



24 



186,868 



1,216,602 



914 
4,957 



290 
44J31 



740,612 

755 



3,629,424 



140, 285 



19,974 

4,990 

36 



Holland... 
Honduras. 

Italy 

lapar 



1,804 
'5; 130 



3,410 

640 

93 



593 



60,660 



Korea 

Montenegro. 
M< 



1.54,783 
61,016 



354,815 
169,450 



175 



26,282 



152,359 
4,026 



Miquelon and St. Pierre 

Nicaragua 

Norway 

Panama 

Peru 

Philippines 

Porto Rico 



9,393 
40,919 



378 



237 
2^016 



59 

589 

66 

5,511 

121,025 



1,970 



594 
3,264 



631,540 3,256 



59,615 



200 

49,682 

556 

300 

55 

49 

2,273 



13,800 
687 



7 TRADE AND NAYIOATION 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 11 

Dominion of Canada during the Twelve Months ended March 31, 1916. 



195 



Agricultural 
Products. 



i Not 
Produce . Produce 



196,077,876 



281, 
203, 

3, 
1,609, 

9, 
805, 



8,381,400 



560 

43S 



41,876 
52 



5e6j 

21390^2401 



44 



70,6711 

99,5021 

121,1821 

33,232 

, 199,' 191 

211,698 



204.118,001 



2,164 
12,754 



505 

364,478 

lOS 

22,986 
18,684 



Manufactures 



Produce 



148,477,303 

13,740 

6,525,707 

60,855 

72,547 

3,364,971 

116,484 

86,319 

3,355 

889,258 

43,924 

451,648 



164,538 
29,084 



73,484 

1,904 

1,216,919 

2,894,000 



8,831,156 164,486,040 



1,502 



262,358 



1,764 



64 



285,117 

32,910 

83 



1,753 



6,749 

4,913 

10, 245 

16,037 

18,514,9.33 

75 

180 



2,220,859 



39, 147 




205,460 




33 








31 

264 

1,691,166 


744,873 


4,892,234 
1,030 


4,156,891 
25 


13,819 








29,300 


1,705 


428,799 




1,625 
23,520 








j 



MiSCELLAXEOUS. 



Not I Not 

Produce. Produce Produce. 



542, 137 



13,311 
2,563 



11,004 

50 

2,483 

132 

11,400 



14, 



205 



34,507 

4 

100,692 

13, 101 



746, 578 



20, 
1,622, 



42, 

2, 
107, 



114 
15 

143, 
28; 

251, 



9 

23 

9,409 

12 



10 

17 
30^ 

58. 

7, 

1,018, 

734, 



63, 
32, 
2, 
23, 
.30, 
20, 



284 
1.55 
103 
,3.51 
,383 
,620 

15 
,313 
,381 
,588 
805 
,829 
216 
510 
952 
074 
,126 
456 
945 
461 
9 
355 

43 
966 
106 
711 
509 
622 
768 
759 
356 
771 
605 
200 
167 
247 
689 
920 
257 
112 
050 
2891 



22, 726 

27 

2 



501 



6,171,139 



266 
1,355 



442 



11,249 
2,224 



6,186,6; 



2,582 



30,0.53 



63 



2,373 
1,556 



301 



346 

21,486 
4 



3,783 



2,803 



3,535 
1,640 



544 
11,152 



12 



80 



114,858 



Totals. 



Produce . 



57,642 



9,353 



954 



1,729 



60 



43,619 



113,357 



365 



451,852,399 

13,740 

7,748,051 

4.35,615 

76,681 

5,456,201 

128,-508 

1,207,134 

3,355 

904,889 

44, 217 

4,115,872 

10,087 

281,734 

196,. 308 

1,073,150 

779,358 

35,1.36 

4,820,395 

3,307,404 



Not 
Produce . 



11,228,842 



25,158 
12,866 



482,490,240 



23 



3,175 



4,799 



133 



140 



.35,005 
213 



108 



2,728 



331 

2,398 

17 

334 

2 

1,0.59 

24 

88 

536 

28 

1,419 

111 

7 

272 

7 

49 

19 

39 

33,703, 

12, 

1, 

2, 

103, 

222, 

5, 

17, 

35, 

2, 

1,815, 

7, 

6, .572, 

996 

49, 

72, 

154, 

3, 

4.58, 

153, 

47, 

7, 

699, 



,5.58 
,628 
,833 
,762 
383 
,700 
,.559 
,634 
,3.32 
,3.38 
,087 
,4.32 
,537 
,710 
701 
,574 
,395 
,493 
,183 
,536 
234 
355 
895 
330 
132 
798 
756 
119 
9.50 
759 
687 
575 
605 
024 
819 
920 

3n 

530 
556 
182 
323 
460 



52,880 

50 

4,770 

132 

11,425 



Grand 
Totals. 



19,029 



770 

364,478 

34,615 

4 

246,529 

54,595 



12,056,143 



24, 



82,405 



150 



12,203 
1,.556 



301 



346 

2,382,630 

4 



463,081, 

13, 

7,773, 

448, 

76, 

5,509, 

128, 

1,211, 

3, 

916, 

44, 

4,134, 

10, 

281, 

1^7, 

1,437, 

813, 

35, 

5,066, 

3,361, 



241 

740 
209 
481 
681 
081 
558 
904 
487 
314 
217 
901 
087 
734 
078 
634 
973 
140 
924 



494,546,383 



3,783 
'747,676 



4, 160, 601 
1,665 



108 
14,344 
16,650 



12 



80 



3,256 



3.56,266 

2,398,6.55 

17,835 

334,762 

2,383 

1,142,105 

24,559 

88,634 

536,482 

28,338 

1,431,290 

112,988 

7,537 

272,710 

7,701 

49,875 

19,395 

39,8.39 

36,085,813 

12,540 

1,2.34 

2, 355 

103,895 

222, 330 

5,132 

17,7 

39,539 

2,119 

2,563,626 

7,759 

10,7.33, 

998,240 

605 

49, 132 

87,163 

171,570 

3,311 

4.58,. 542 

153,556 

47, 262 

7,323 



21 
22 
23 
24 
25 
26 
27 
28 
29 
30 
31 
32 
33 
34 
35 
36 
37 
38 
39 
40 
41 
42 
43 
144 
45 
46 
47 
48 
49 
50 
51 
52 
53 
54 
55 
56 
57 
58 
59 
60 
61 



702, 716 62 



11— i— 13i 



196 



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7 GEORGE V, A. 1917 

No. 19. — Abstract of the Total Value of Goods Exported from the 



% 


Countries. 


The Mine. 


The Fisheries. 


The Forest. 


Animals and 
their Produce. 


s 


Produce . 


Not 
Produce 


Produce . 


Not 
Produce 


Produce . 


Not 
Produce 


Produce . 


Not 
Produce 


63 

64 
65 
66 




S 


$ 


S 
43,207 


S 


S 


$ 


1,000 


$ 










579 
400 






Russia 


62,687 


























67 
68 








2,116 




509 




















69 
70 








760 
3,622 








300 
238 






9,900 






16,865 






71 






72 
73 
74 

75 




9,001 




21,534 
15 






























10,651 

8,867,1.39 

1,745 

1,310 












United States 


51,425,708 


7,220,763 


73, 152 


34,619,722 


11,422 


29,051,195 


990,751 


76 
77 














2,663 








Total, other countries 
Grand total 














52,646,107 


7,221,141 


13,225,205 


163,389 


36,557,192 


11,422 


32,993,486 


1^145,638 




66,589,861 


7,329,537 


22,377,977 


213,307 


51,271,400 


426,884 


102,882,276 


2,936,914 









To Hong Kong Coin produce $ 200; not produce.. $ 3,500 

Newfoundland " " 4, 114 

Alaska " " 8,800 

United States....... " " 115 " $ 103,555,703 



315 
Grand Total Exports.. 



$ 103,572,117 



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Dominion of Canada during the Twelve Months ended March 31, 1916 — Cow 



Agricvltchal 
Prodvcts. 


Manufactures. 


Miscellaneous. 


Totals. 


Grand' 
Totals. 




Produce. 


Not 
Produce . 


Produce . 


Not 
Produce . 


Produce 


Not 
Produce. 


Produce. 


Not 
Produce . 


a 


S 
15 


S 


$ 

12,504 

20,563 

4,804,871 

4,190 

7,963 


$ 


$ 


S 


$ 
50,726 


S 


S- 

56,726 

58,768 

6,737,152 

4,190 

12,919 

12,475 

22,486 

634,998 

39 

53,440 

979, 103 

32, 259 

216,669,262 

33,101 

98,567 


j 

6T 


37,207 


419 
1,861,710 






58,349 419 
4,874,152 1,863,000 

4,190 

12,919! 


M 


142 


6,052 


1,290 


65 
66 


2,331 










67 








12,475 




12,475 




6S 






21,426 

392,652 

39 






22, 486 

634,977 

39 

53,440 

224,535 

32,259 

201,106,488 

33,101 

98,567 


21 


60 


132, 100 




21 


79,600 




70 
71 






22,905 
6,953 
21,608 
58, 202, 141 
31,356 
37,709 








7'> 


217,567 


751,390 


3,178 






754,568 
15^562^74 


73 








7'1 


18,620,236 


503,778 


5, 332, 385 


320,347 


1,430,523 


75 

76 


56,885 










77 
















45,543,193 


8,382,840 


77,548,958 


7,270,647 


606, 257 


1,438,212 


259,120,-398 


25,633,289 


284,753,687 




249,661,194 


17,213,996 


242,034,998 


8,017,225 


6,792,932 


1,551,. 569 


741,610,638 


37,689,432 


779,300,070 






315 


103,572,117 


103,572,432 






741,610,953 


141,261,549 


882,872,502 

















198 



CUSTOMS DEPARTMENT 



7 GEORGE V, A. 1917 

No. 20. — Statement showing the Value of Goods (dutiable and free), imported 
into Canada during the Fiscal Year ended March 31, 1916, classified under 
the following heads and countries. 



Articles. 



United 
Kingdom. 



British 

Possessions, 

all other. 



Foreign 
Countries. 



Food, drink and tobacco 

Raw materials and articles mainly unmanufactured 

Articles wholly or mainly manufactured 

Miscellaneous articles 

Coin and specie 

Total 



8,910,038 

12,875,840 

54,755,573 

428,952 

2,704,434 



18,408,421 

7,007,900 

2,738,751 

9,845 

3,330,094 



79,680,837 



80,091,020 

99,027,923 

242,091,339 

3,293,392 

28,219,074 



31,501,011 453,323,948 



No. 21. — Statement showing the, Value of Goods Exported from the Dominion 
of Canada during the Fiscal Year ended March 31, 1916, classified under 
the following heads and countries: — 





Unfted Kingdom. 


British Possessions, 
ALL other. 


Foreign Countries. 




Canadian 
Produce . 


Foreign 
Produce. 


Canadian 
Produce. 


Foreign 
Produce. 


Canadian 
Produce. 


Foreign 
Produce. 


Food, drink and tobacco. . . 

Raw materials an<l articles 

mainly unmanufactured. . 

Articles wholly or mainly 


$ 

264,169,215 

16,812,231 

160,785,164 
10,085,789 


$ 

9,785,684 

515, 277 

.567,047 
300,834 


$ 
12,332,944 
1,8.57,973 
16,395,311 


S 
621,270 

44,087 
160.219 


$ 

09,977,882 

81,030,038 

100,117,000 

1,. 394, 818 

115 


$ 
9,734,851 
7,082,215 
7,. 377, 060 


Mi.scollaneous articles 


51,613 1,725 
200 7,014 


839.163 
103,504,503 










Total... .* 


451, 852,. 399 


11,228,842 


30,038,041 


834,915 


259.120,513 


129,197,792 







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SESSIONAL PAPER No. 11 

No. 22. — Summary Statement of Goods Exported from the Dominion of 
Canada distinguishing Canadian Produce and Manufactures from those 
of other Countries, during the Twelve Months ended March 31, 1916. 



Articles. 



THE MINE. 

Arsenic Cwt 

Asbestos Ton 

Asbestos sand ^ " 

Coal " 

Chromite (chromic Iron) " 

Felspar S 

Gold bearing quartz, dust, nug- 
gets, etc S 

Gypsum or plaster — crude Ton , 

Metals, viz: — • 
*Copper, fine, contained in ore, 

matte, regulus, etc Cwt. 

Copper, black or coarse cement 
copper and copper in pigs. ... " 
*Lead, metallic, contained in 

ore, etc " 

Lead, pig " 

*Nickel, fine, contained in ore, 

matte or speiss " 

*Platinum, contained in concen- 
trates, or other forms Oz. 

*Silver, metallic, contained in 

ore, concentrates, etc " 

Mica Lb. 

Mineral, pigment, iron oxides, 

ochres, etc Cwt 

Mineral water, natural, not in 
bottles Gal. 

Oil, mineral viz:— 

Coal and kerosene, crude Gal. 

" " refined " 



Goods 

THE Produce of 
Canada. 



Quantity 



52, 555 
88,833 
26,050 
1,971,124 
11,735 



Total, Oils 

Ores, Y^iz: — 

Antimony Ton 

Corundum " 

Iron " 

Manganese " 

Other " 

Total, ores 



Phosphates " 

Plumbago, crude ore and concen- 
trates Cwt . 

Pyrites Ton . 

Salt Cwt. 

Sand and gravel Ton . 

Stone, viz:— 
Ornamental, granite, marble, 

etc., unwrought " 

Building, freestone, limestone, 

etc., unwrought " 

Crushed " 

For manufacture of grindstones, 
rough " 



Total, stone 

Other articles of the mine $ 

Total, mine 



301,629 

908,044 

202,419 

19,497 
1,476 

I 704,430 

399 

27,794,566 
864, 163 

32,618 

147 



Value. 



24,933 
4S7,510 



512,443 

1,069 
179 

82,884 
539 

48, 185 



132,856 
282 



8,060 
145,021 

8,373 
774, 189 



44,992 



28,658 
42,003 



180 



115,8.33 



202,116 
2,962,010 

170,030 
6,032,705 

1.33,756 

240,593 

16,870,394 
347,795 



10,818,324 

3,851,749 

46,718 
8,698 

7,714,769 

25,426 



Goods 
NOT THE Produce of 
Canada. 



Quantity. 



62,378 



14,298,351 
228,900 



21,825 
39 



1,109 
53,744 



54,853 

77,773 

21,916 

213,861 

23,623 

1,217,232 



1,557,432 
3,403 

18,976 

550, 330 

5,5.36 

319,608 



18,. 599 

21,. 5.52 
25,016 

900 



66,067 



39,. 398 



Value. 



132,778 

815 

7,119,515 



184 



2,490 



30,676 
177,993 



208,669 



88,370 



66,589,861 



1,545 



1,27S 
25,694 



Total Exports. 



Quantity, 



52,555 
88,833 
26,050 
2,033,502 
11,735 



Value. 



301,629 

908,044 

202,419 

19,49 
1,476 

704,430 

403 

27,794,566 
866, 6.53 

32,618 

14' 



55, 609 
605,503 



26,972 



36,318 



11,410 



7,329,537 



721,112 



1,069 
179 

82,884 
539 

48,185 



132,856 

282 

8,060 

145,021 

96,74: 

774, 189 



202,116 
2,962,010 

170,030 
6, 165,. 543 

1.33,756 

241,408 

23,989,909 
347,795 



10,818,324 

3,851,749 

46,718 
8,698 

7,714,769 

25,610 

14,298,351 
230,445 

21,825 

39 



2,387 
79,438 



81,825 



77, 773 

21,916 

213,861 

26,620 

1,217,262 



44,992 

28,658 
42,003 

180 



115,8.33 



1,557,432 
3,403 

18,976 
5.50,. 330 

41,854 
319,608 



18,599 

21,. 552 
25,016 

900 



66, 067 



50,808 



r3, 919, 398 



*These items to show the weight and value of the copper, lead, nickle, platinum and silver respectively 
not the gross weight of ore, matte, concentrates, etc. 



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7 GEORGE V, A. 1917 

No. 22. — Summary Statement of Exports — Continued. 



Articles. 




Goods 

The Produce of 

Can.\d.4. 


Goods 
imOt the Produce of 

CANADA. 


Total Exports. 




Quantity. 


Value. 


Quantity. 


Value. 


Quantity . 


Value. 


THE riSHERIES. 

Codfish, including haddock, 
and pollock — fresh . . 


ling 

. . . . Cwt. 


25,749 

864,573 

94,633 

32,382 

1,880,154 

236, 009 


109,762 
5,418,039 
319,645 
118,361 
106,589 
49,765 


181 
13,117 
3,584 


$ 

368 

96,356 

9,600 


25,930 

877,690 

98,217 

32,382 

1,880,154 

236,009 


$ 

110,130 
5,514,395 


" wet salted 

" pickled 

" smoked 

" tongues and sounds . 


'.'.'.'. Lb. 


329,245 
118,361 






106,589 






49,765 








Tntnl fnflfiaVi 




6,122,161 




106,324 




6,228,485 




.... Cwt. 
. ... Brl. 










Mackerel, fresh 

" pickled 


45,836 
33,642 


220,664 
410, 199 






45,836 
33,651 


220, 664 


9 


100 


410,299 






630,863 




100 




630, 963 




.... Cwt. 
.... Brl. 










Halibut, fresh 

" pickled 


74,997 
213 


546,950 

2,742 


306 


3,026 


75,303 
213 


549, 976 
2,742 








Total halibut 




549,692 




3,026 




552,718 




. . . . Cwt. 
.... Brl. 
.... Lb. 










Herring, fresh or frozen 

" pickled 

" canned 

" smoked 


312,674 

201,024 

1,036,923 

2,965,974 


330,8.38 
760,292 
103,512 
186,475 






312,674 

209,100 

1,080,173 

2,990,980 


330,838 


8,076 
43,250 
25,006 


43,061 
3,126 
1,000 


803,353 
106,638 
187,475 






1,381,117 




47, 187 




1,428,304 




.... Cwt. 

'...' Brl. 
.... Lb. 










Smelts 


58,014 


361,669 






58,014 


361,669 








Sea fish, other, fresh 

" " pickled 

" " preserved 


21,170 

22,962 

314,998 


131,663 
91,589 
26, 295 


254 

1 

5,102 


1,256 

8 
988 


21,424 

22,963 

320, 100 


132,919 
91,597 
27,283 






249,547 




2,252 




251,799 




.... Brl. 
.... Lb. 










Oysters, fresh 


344 


3,351 






344 


3,351 










6,278,376 
8,339,903 


934,522 
2,672,179 






6, 278,. 376 
8,403,981 


934,. 522 


" canned 


64,078 


20,499 


2,692,678 


Total, lobsters 


14,618.279 


3,606,701 


64,078 


20,499 


14,682,357 


3,627,200 




. Brl. 




Bait fish 


1,845 
7,980 


1,845 
17,486 






1,845 
7,890 


1,845 








17,486 




.... Cwt. 
.... Lb. 

'.'.'.'. Brl. 
.... Cwt. 








Salmon, fresh 

" smoked 

" canned. 

" pickled 

dog 


46, 444 

2,816 

49,142,882 

13,704 

205,4.56 


460,7.37 

304 

6,306,0.56 

145, 101 

224,893 


32 

10 

131,825 

505 


»19 

4 

12,. 584 

5,864 


46,476 

2.826 

49,274,707 

14, 209 

205,456 


461,056 

308 

6,318,640 

150,965 

224,893 












7,137,091 




18,771 




7,155,862 




^^ 










21,060 


119,787 






21,060 


119,787 




.... $ 
. .. Brl. 

.... $ 

.... Gal. 












1,707,172 
11,920 








1,707,172 


" pickled 


1,914 






1,914 


11,920 












1,719,092 








1,719,092 














Fish, oil, cod 

" .seal 

" whalo 


532,782 

8,. 547 

319,076 

51,293 


221,915 

3,. 3.34 

1.34,. 366 

16,281 


18,445 
4,170 


7,951 
1 , 275 


551,227 
12,717 

319,076 
51,293 


229,866 

4,609 

134,366 








16,281 












Total, fi.sh oil 


911,698 


375,896 


22,615 


9,226 


934,313 


385, 122 











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Xo. 22. — Summary Statement of Exports — Continued. 



Articles. 


Goods 
The Produce of 

C.\NAD.\. 


Goods 
NOT THE Produce of 

C.\NAD.\. 


Total Exports. 




Quantity. 


Value. 


Quantity. 


Value. 


Quantity. 


Value. 


THE FISHERIES. 

Furs or skins, tho produce of fish 




■ $ 

19, 156 
82,523 




S 

4,368 
1,554 




S 

23 524 










84 077 












Total fisheries 




22,377,977 




213,307 




22,591,284 










THE FOREST. 

Ashes, pot and pearl Brl . 

" all other S 


481 


24,881 
43,549 


19 


1,877 


500 


26,758 
43 549 














Total, ashes 




68,430 




1,877 




70, .307 












Bark for tanning Cord 


4,440 
17,386 
12,190 

584 


22,239 

56,088 

10, 629 

2,920 






4,440 

17,386 

12, 190 

584 


22, 239 


Firewood .... " 






56, 088 
10 629 


Knees and futtocks No 






Lathwood Cord . 






2,920 








Logs, cedar, capable of being 

made into shingle bolts.. $ 




615,073 

5,030 

89,687 

400 

30, 540 

186,047 

2, 251 

149,971 








615 073 


" elm S 






195 




5 225 


" hemlock S 








89,687 
400 


" oak S 










" pine S 










30, 540 
186,047 


" spruce S 










• " tamarac S 










2, 251 


" all other S 






50 




1.50,021 










Total, logs 




1,078,999 




245 




1,079,244 












Lumber, viz: Battens $ 




1,646 
34,513 

1,249,595 

9,677,3.55 

226,938 

5, 751 

2,246,777 

238,568 

23,880,341 

1,535,731 

3,644,159 

460,681 

85,710 

65,208 








1,646 


Basswood M ft. 


1,300 

14,. 508 

187,894 

5,740 

82 

792,855 






1,300 

14,508 

187,920 

- 5,740 

96 

792,8.55 


34 513 


Deals, pine St. hund. 






1 249,595 


" spruce and other " 


26 


2,030 


9 679 385 


Deal ends " 


226,938 

6,638 

2,246,777 

238 568 


Hickory M ft. 

Laths M 


14 


887 


Pickets $ 






Planks and boards M ft . 

Scantling " 


1,256,289 

93,734 

1,796,473 


184 


5,631 


1,256,473 

93,734 

1,796,473 


23,885,972 
1 535,731 


Shingles M 






3,644,159 
461 934 


Shocks S '' 




1,253 

553 

5 


Staves — other and headings S 








86,263 


All other lumber, n.o.p $ 








65,213 










Total, lumber 




43,352,973 




10,359 




43 363,332 












Match blocks $ 




5,636 

1,871 

143,391 

72, 155 

180,2.52 

29,2.39 

128 








5 636 


Masts and spars No. 

Piling $ 


189 


2 


309 
338 


191 


2,180 
143,729 


Poles, hop, hoop, telegraph and 
other S 






72, 155 


Posts, sleepers and railroad ties. . . $ 






752 


8^665 
34 


181,004 


Shingle bolts, of pine or cedar. . . . Cord 


8,665 
34 




29, 239 


Stave bolts " 






128 










Timber, square, viz.: — 

Ash S 




2,757 

230, 173 

54,471 

1,155 

29,054 

3,477 

131,937 

25,385 








2,757 


Birch S 










230, 173 


Elm S 






111,905 




166,376 


Maple $ 








1,155 


Oak $ 






107,944 




136,998 


Pine, red $ 






3,477 


Pine, white S 






191,645 
1,510 




323,582 


All other S 








26,895 










Total, timber, square 




478,409 




413,004 




891,413 













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7 GEORGE V, A. 1917 

No. 22. — Summary Statement of Exports — Continued. 



Articles. 



Goods 

THE PrODUC E of 

Canada. 



Quantity. Value. 



Goods 
not the Produce of 

C.\NADA. 



Quantity. Value 



Total Exports. 



Quantity. Value. 



the forest — Con. 

Wood, blocks and other, for pulp. Cord 
Other articles of the forest S 

Total, forest 



879,934 



5,743,847 
24, 194 



879,934 



5,743,847 
24,194 



51,271,400 



426, 884 



51,698,284 



ANIMALS AND THEIR PRODUCE. 

Animals — 

Horses, one year old or less. . . 

" over one year old 

Cattle, one year old or less 

" over one year old 

Swine 

Sheep, one year old or less 

" over one year old 

Poultry 

Other 

Total, animals living. . . . 



No. 



26,811 
56,455 
185, 105 
9,925 
74,3.50 
20. 128 



495 

4,700,191 

627,005 

11,998,755 

70,710 

444,260 

149,505 

298,719 

104,478 



3,977 



876,060 



18 



3,800 



110 



2,200 

48 

7,223 



30, 788 
56,455 
185, 123 
9,925 
74,350 
20,238 



495 

5,. 576, 251 

627,005 

12,002,555 

70,710 

444,260 

151,705 

298,767 

111,701 



18,394,118 



Bones Cwt 

Butter Lb. 

Casein " 

Cheese " 

Cream, fresh Gal. 

Milk, fresh " 

Cream and milk, condensed, can- 
ned or preserved Lb . 

Eggs Doz. 



Furs, — dressed. . . 
" undressed. 



Total, furs. 



Grease and grease scraps Cwt. 

Glue stock $ 

Hair $ 

Hides and skins, other than fur. . . $ 

Horns and hoofs S 

Honey Lb. 

Lard " 

Meats, viz.: — 

Bacon " 

Beef " 

Hams " 

Mutton " 

Pork " 

Poultry, dressed or undressed . . ? 

Game, dressed or undressed -S 

Tongues T b . 

Canned " 

All other, n.o.p " 



Total, meals 

Oil, Neat's foot and other animal, 

n.o.p Ga 

Sau.sagc casings % 

Shf'cp pelts % 

Tails S 

Tallow Lb. 

Wool " 

Other articles of the animals $ 

Total, animals and produce 



74,459 

3,441,183 

50,564 

168,961,583 

1,262,280 

394,831 

13,247,834 
7,898,322 



44.054 



11,013 
24, 998 

144,918,867 

47,422,564 

8,732,857 

99,593 

13,142,169 



485, 180 
11,031,893 
3,939,164 



218,625 



1,024,584 
4,546.121 



90,391 

,018,769 

3,28: 

,690,500 

,131,832 

59,028 

770, 566 
,273,412 



110,198 
4,668,139 



4,778„337 



92, 506 

35,789 

395,047 

6,555,810 

7,108 

1,491 

2,980 

25,710.767 

5.994,833 

1,379,346 

14,360 

1,990,856 

111,878 

4,147 

59,095 

2,7.30,616 

200,644 



38,196,542 



240.. 500 

3.30,675 

180,828 

15,249 

71,569 

,497,684 

48,263 



102,882,276 



108,419 



4,967,177 



163 
1,596,980 



12 



25 
3,523 



296, 826 

1,481,001 

25,402 



555, 692 



14,400 

16,0.38 

195 



20,627 



889,331 



19,283,449 



32,196 
805,107 



11 
432,004 



10, 560 

78,114 



?,674 



56 



4,078 

274,2 

3 

3 

369 



48.499 
159,799 

3,388 



63,460 
29,674 



3,600 
3,807 

28 



312,255 



26,451 
36,820 



8,895 
26,434 



2,936,914 



74,459 

3,549,602 

50,564 

173,928,760 

1,262,280 

3';4,831 

13.247,997 
9,495.302 



90,391 

1,050,965 

3,2S- 

27,49r,,r,07 

1, ;U,832 

i9,028 

770, 577 
2,705,416 



120.758 
4,746,253 



44, 066 



11,038 
28,521 



145.215,693 

48,903,565 

8,758,259 

99,593 

13,697,861 



499,580 
11,047,931 
3,939,359 



218,625 



1,024,584 
4,566,748 



4,867,011 



92,562 

35,789 

399,125 

6,830,037 

7,111 

1,494 

3,349 



25,759,266 

6,154,632 

1,382,734 

14,360 

2,054,316 

141,552 

4,147 

62,695 

2,734,423 

200, 672 



38,508.797 



240,500 

357,126 

217,648 

15,249 

71,569 

1,506,579 

74,697 



105,819,190 



TRADE AND NAVIGATION 



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No. 22, — Summary Statement of Exports — Continued. 



Articles. 



Goods 
The Produce of 

C.\N'ADA. 



Quantity Value 



Goods 

KOT THE PrODI'CE OF 

Canada. 



Quantity. Value 



Total Exports. 



Quantity. Value 



AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTS. 

Balsam S 

Cider Gal. 

Flax Cwt. 

Fruits, viz.: — 

Apples, dried Lb. 

" green or ripe Brl . 

Berries of all kinds $ 

Canned or preserved $ 

All Other, n.o.p S 

Total, fruits 



40,501 
10,813 



12,254 

7,750 

86,295 



40.. 501 
10,813 



12,254 

7,750 

86,295 



1,420,122 
577,451 



110,428 

1,766,171 

160,615 

864,984 

55,324 



1,499 
1,442 



180 

5,898 

1,267 

1,465 

125,289 



1,421,621 
578,893 



110,608 
1,772,069 
161,882 
866,449 
180,613 



2,957,522 



134,099 



3,091,621 



Grain and products of, viz.: — 

Barley Bush 

Beans 

Buckwheat. . 
Indian com.. 

Oats 

Pease, whole 
" split. . 
Rye 



Wheat. 



Total, grain. 



Bran. 



Flour of wheat Brl. 

Indian meal " 

Oatmeal " 

Meal, all other, n.o.p " 



Total, flour and meal. 



Cereal foods, prepared, of all kinds S 

Hay Ton . 

Hemp C wt . 

Hops Lb. 

Malt Bush. 

Maple sugar Lb. 

Maple syrup Gal. 

Nuts Lb. 

Seeds — Clover Bush. 

Flax " 

Grass " 

All other S 

Total, seeds 



Straw Ton , 

Tobacco, leaf Lb. 

Trees, shrubs and plants $ 

Vegetables, — canned or preserved. S 

Potatoes Bush . 

Turnips " 

All other vegetables S 



Total, vegetables 

Other articles of agriculture | 

Total, agricultural products. 



5,928,373 

10,439 

489,578 

33,943 

26,816.322 

166,699 

21,895 

644,720 

157,745.469 



191,857,438 



6,400,214 

2,184 

92,913 

460 



6,495,771 



255,407 

320 

362,197 

63,568 

,749,095 

5,170 

2,424 



38,895 

1,944,-543 

59,832 



7,337 
59,974 



684,455 
1,945,623 



3,775,341 

34,472 

383,415 

30,906 

14,637,849 

448,446 

64,471 

556,017 

172,896,445 



1,423 



4,828 



192,827,362 



1,787,398 



35,767,044 

8,043 

471,298 

2,136 



.36,248,521 



1,950,706 

5,849.428 

3,219 

68,366 

63,778 

178,791 

5,794 

298 



322,270 

2,973,9.32 

64,579 

20,507 



3,381,288 



41,798 
28,396 
43,517 



637,617 

445,191 

318,439 

2,395,265 



3,796,512 



322,201 



249,661,194 



204,798 

101,720 

174 



10,944,986 



11,253,101 



600 



600 



53 
1,990 



283,639 



1,671 



277,831 



320 



154,900 

63,921 

579 



16,615,687 



5,928,373 

11,862 

489,578 

238,741 

26,918,042 

166,873 

21,895 

644. 720 

168.690,455 



3,775,341 

39,300 

383,415 

185,806 

14,701,770 

449,025 

64,471 

556,017 

189,512,132 



16,839,915 



22 



4,500 



4,500 



252 

1,265 

11,449 



14,330 



14,845 



12,932 
65,083 



92,860 



99,7.34 
760 



3,436 
385 



5,56/ 



9,388 



203,110,539 



209,667,277 



6,400,814 

2,184 

92,913 

460 



6,496,371 



255,460 

2,310 

362,197 

63,568 

1,749,095 

5,170 

286,063 



40, 566 
1,944,543 
68,31 



7,337 
367,805 



684,775 
1,945,623 



1,787,420 



35,771,544 

8,043 

471,298 

2,136 



36,253,021 



1,950,958 

5,8.50,693 

14,668 

68,. 366 

63,778 

178,791 

5,794 

14,628 



337,115 

2,973,932 

77,511 

85,590 



3,474,148 

41,798 
128, 130 
44,277 



641,053 

445,576 

318,439 

2,400,832 



5,422 



17,213,996 



3,805,900 



327, 623 



266,875,190 



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No. 22. — Summary Statement of Exports — Continued. 



Articles. 



Goods 

The Produce of 

Canada. 



Quantity. Value 



Goods 

not the Produce of 

Canada. 



Total Exports. 



Quantity. Value. Quantity. Value 



manufactures. 
Agricultural Implements and Machines, 
viz . : — 

Mowing machines No. 

Cultivators 

Reapers 

Drills " 

Harvesters and binders " 

Ploughs 

Harrows 

Hay rakes 

Seeders " 

Threshing machines 

All other -■ • ■ $ 

Parts of $ 

Asbestos, manufactures of S 

Baking powders Lb. 

Binder twine 

Books, pamphlets, maps, etc S 

Biscuits and bread Cwt. 

Bricks M 

Brooms and whisks %' 

Brushes of all kinds $ 

Buttons $ 

Candles ■ Lb. 

Cartridges, gun, rifle and pistol... $ 

Charcoal $ 

Cement S 

Cinders * 

Clay, manufactures of $ 

Clothing and wearing apparel $ 

Coke Ton . 

Confectionery $ 

Cordage, ropes and twine % 

Cotton fabrics Yd . 

Cottons, other. .■ S _ 

Cotton waste Lb". 

Cream separators $ 

Drugs, Chemicals and Medicines, viz.:— 

Acetate of lime ^^^' 

Acid, sulphuric 

Calcium carbide 

Gum chicle 

Lye $ 

Pho.sphorus Lb. 

Senega root 

All other, n.o.p $ 

Dye stufTs S 

Earthenware and all manufactures 

of $ 

Electrical apparatus S 

Electrotypes and sterotypes $ 

Extract of hemlock bark Brl. 

Explosives and fulminates, n.o.p.. % 

Felt, manufactures of $ 

Fertilizers S 

Films for photographers' use and 

for moving pictures $ 

Fur, manufactures of $ 

Gasoline (?ngin(!S No. 

Gasoline launches " 

Glass and glassware, n.o.p % 

Grind.stontjs, manufactured $ 

Guns, rifles and firearms of all 

kin<ls $ 

Gypsum or plaster, ground $ 

Hats and caps % 

Household efTects, n.o.p % 

Ice $ 



6,220 
6,327 

471 
7,409 
9,960 
15,248 
4,279 
2,409 
3 

923 



119,239 
17,336,927 



6,058 
1,074 



467, 262 



73 



43,790 



2,418,857 
1,049,775 



222,920 
177,431 

27,364 
495, 304 
056,896 
323,301 

79,813 

54,989 
185 
500,715 
343,635 
571,797 
118,287 

12,858 
529,540 
317,859 

51,698 
8,506 

16,071 

31,472 
7,079 

26,712 
,904,584 

25,467 
5,139 
5,178 

34,649 
,148,878 
196,214 

75,206 

91,665 
614,739 
,161,556 

39,551 

44,885 



69,337 

160,446 

1,129,749 

1 , 824, 049 



604,100 
510,489 



5,486 



535 

14 



140, 174 

194,026 

3,485,670 

1,017,103 

54,855 

84,599 

154,443 

1,222,592 

26,724 

14,474 

573,044 

4,519 

65,677 

7,080,926 

30,430 

2,705,069 

18, 280 
37,192 
85,641 
147,0.50 
133,743 
19,971 

617,795 

92,446 

1.34,912 

4, 222, 234 

9,919 



41 

400 

1 

1 

483 

149 



500 



1,775 



200,262 



203,715 



517 
20 



234,045 



423 
4 



1,197 

16,628 

20 

119 

76,315 

13,425 



8,300 

6,269 

23,111 

381 



6,220 
6,368 

871 
7,410 
9,961 
15,731 
4,428 
2,409 
3 

930 



128,266 

289 

76 

21 

597 

2,990 

151 

1,077 

550 

665 

11 

1,047 

77,563 



119,239 
17,337,427 



6,094 
1,079 



469,037 



4,940 

23,937 

23,819 

198,804 

9,563 
17,611 

1,159 
13 



118,947 



354,051 
11,681 

6,492 

242,412 

6,957 



10,501 

3,315 

28,061 



80,893 

9, 272 

117,985 

16,7.50 

19,267 

421 

72,401 

125 

10,681 

114,417 



43,790 



2,619,119 



73 



1,253,490 



222,920 

178,628 

43,992 

495,324 

,057,015 

399,616 

93,238 

54,989 

185 

509,015 

349,904 

594,908 

118,668 

12,858 

,529,588 

446,125 

51,987 

8,582 

16,092 

32,069 

10,069 

26,863 

,905,661 

26,017 

5,804 

5,189 

35,696 

,226,441 

196,214 

80,146 

115,602 

6.38,558 

,360,360 

49,114 

62,496 



69,854 

160,460 

1,129,749 

2,058,094 



604, 100 
510,489 



5,486 



958 

18 



141,333 

194,039 

3,485,670 

1,136,0.50 

.54,855 

84,599 

1.54,443 

1,576,643 

38,405 

20,966 
815,4.56 

11,476 

65,677 
7,091,427 

.33,745 
2,733,1.30 

99,173 
46,464 
203,626 
163,800 
1.53,010 
20,392 

090, 196 

92,571 

145,593 

4,336,651 

9,919 



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205 



Articles. 



Goods 

THE Produce of 

Canada. 



Quantity. Value 



Goods 
NOT THE Produce of 
Canada. 



Quantity. Value. 



Total Exportc-. 



Quantity. Value 



manufactures — Con. 

India-rubber, manufactures of, viz 

Belt ing 

Hose 

Boots and shoes 

Mats and matting 

Clothing 

Waste 

All other, n.o.p 



Cwt 



87,791 



1,898 

90, 1.36 

1,175.496 

3,174 

449 

587, 265 

1,223,456 



58 
201 
855 



151 



218 

1,964 

290, 364 



87,942 



Total, India-rubber, mfrs. of. 



3,081,874 



293,060 



Iron and steel and manufactures of, viz. 

Stoves No. 

Gas buoys and parts of S 

Castings, n.o.p $ 

Pig iron Ton 

Ferro-silicon and ferro-compounds " 

Wire and wire nails Cwt 

Machinery, viz.: Linotype ma- 
chines and parts of S 

Machinery, n.o.p $ 

Sewing machines No. 

Washing machines, domestic and 

wringers S 

Typewriters No. 

Scrap iron or steel Cwt 

Hardware, viz.: tools, hand or 

machine S 

Hardware, n.o.p S 

All other, n.o.p S 



1,307 



22, 350 

12,398 

1,792,851 



1,715 



3,349 
1,766,634 



19, 2.57 

326 

18,4 

307,721 

729,029 

,483,263 

11,130 

739,565 

29,300 

13,159 
228,710 
849,338 

418,749 

469,371 

41,395,933 



150 



4,0.3.- 



1,45: 



91 



22, 4.5' 
309 



22,, 3.50 

12,398 

1,792,942 



145 



3,560 



34,8.55 

697,. 342 

7,252 

194 

44, 377 

1,780 

56,799 

99,479 

2, 062, 332 



1,860 



4,238 
1,770,194 



Total, iron and steel . 



49,713,309 



3,031,206 



Jewellery of all kinds, n.o.p $ 

Jeweller's sweepings S 

Junk, except metallic and rubber. Cwt 

Lamps and lanterns S 

Leather — Sole Lb. 

Harness " 

Upper " 

All other, n.o.p $ 

Boots and shoes S 

Harness and saddlery $ 

Other manufactures of $ 

Total, leather and mfrs. of 



38,049 



139,095 

223,929 

80,807 

32, 783 



308,348 
321 



38,049 



6,672 



14, 3 13,. 538 

480,874 

2,697,626 



4,. 303, 778 
189,. 300 

2,378,36 
425,850 
537,595 

5,999,126 
741,306 



28,413 

310 

.39,071 



17,707 
75 
29,434 
22,578 
24,570 
12,054 
9,714 



14,. 341, 951 
481,184 
2,736,69 



14,575,322 



116,132 



Lime. 



Liquors — Ale and beer Gal. 

Brandy 

Gin 

Rum 

Whiskey 

Wines 

Wood alcohol 

Other spirits, n.o.p 

Total, liquors 



26,320 



12,839 



7,667 



909 



540,. 352 

3,249 

406, 730 

54,604 

1,018,683 



1,153,796 

5,016 

229,978 

34,685 

1,431,911 



4,462 

1.38 

14,776 

5,109 

9,349 

5,784 

27 

408 

40,053 



4,205 

415 

12,731 

2,620 

28,917 

46,798 

20 

1,371 

97,077 



17,301 

1.38 

15,685 

5, 109 

549,701 

9,0.33 

406,757 

55,012 

1,058,736 



1,956 

90, .337 

1,176,. 351 

3,174 

667 

589,229 

1,513,820 



3,375,534 



23,290 

326 

40,912 

307,721 

729,029 

4,483,572 

45, 985 

1,436,907 

36, 552 

13,353 
273,087 
851,118 

475,548 

568,850 

43,458,265 



52,744,515 



447,443 

224, 250 

80, 807 

39,455 



4,321,485 
189,375 

2,407,801 
448,428 
562, 165 

6,011,180 
751,020 



14,691,454 



26, 320 



11,872 

415 

13,500 

2,620 

1,182,713 

51,814 

229,998 

36,056 

1,528,988 



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No. 22. — Summary Statement of Exports. — Continued 



Articles. 



Goods 

The Produce of 

Canada. 



Quantity. Value 



Goods 

NOT THE Produce of 

Canada. 



Quantity. Value. 



Total Exports. 



Quantity. Value 



MANUFACTURES — Con. 

Metals, viz.: — 

Aluminum in bars, blocks, etc.Cwt. 
Aluminum, manufactures of ... . S 

Brass, old and scrap Cwt. 

Copper, old and scrap " 

Metallic shingles and laths and 

corrugated roofing S 

Metals, n.o.p $ 



196,424 3 
2 



215,761 
57,439 



Total, metals. 



Mineral and aerated waters in 

bottles.' $ 

Molasses Gal. 

Musical Instruments, viz.:— r 

Organs Xo . 

Pianos " 

Other, and parts of S 



Total, musical instruments. 



Oakum Cwt 

Oil cake " 

Oilcloths, ail kinds Sq.yd 

Oil, creosote Gal. 

Oil, gasoline and naphtha " 

Oil, n.o.p " 

Total, oils 



Paper, viz.: — 

Wall Roll 

Felt S 

Wrapping Cwt 

Printing . Cwt. 

l^aper, n.o.p $ 

Total, paper 



Paints ami varnishes of all kinds.. $ 

Pamtmgs $ 

Photographs $ 

Philosophical and scientific ap- 
paratus and instruments S 

Plumbago, manufactures of $ 

Rags Cwt. 

Saili!, awnings, tents and tarpaulins $ 
Ship.s .sold to other countries. No. & Ton, 

Silk and manufactures of $ 

Soap Lb. 

Starch " 

Stationery $ 

Stone, ornamental, viz.: granite, 

rnarhle, etc., «lressed $ 

Stone, building, dre.ssed $ 

Sugar of all kinds, n.o.p Lb. 

Sugar house syrup Gal. 

Tar t 

Tin, manufaf^'turos of S 



1,321 
262 



353,463 
86,060 



2,794,050 

48,751 

2,108,605 



4,951,406 



764,243 



1.57,719 
9,264,080 



521,316 



] , 505 



687,721 
428, 100 



629,274 
139,-539 



,682,351 
173,38' 

,868,3.32 
990,974 

49,962 
,563,922 



374 



9,22J 
2,205 



196,798 



215,761 
57,439 



123 
294,949 



,691,574 
175,592 

,868,332 
990,974 

50,085 
,858,871 



10,328,928 



306,500 



10,635,428 



3,501 



112,270 



208 
31,402 



112,270 



3,709 
31,402 



94,070 

59,908 

201,014 



160 
13,176 
35,152 



1,325 
309 



94,230 

73,084 

236, 166 



354,992 



48,488 



403,480 



583,679 
14,431 



6t 
165 



295 
"25 



217,2.32 

12,790 

482,690 



245.606 
120.526 



36, 273 
65,642 



3 
353,463 
86,225 

2,794,0.50 

294,3.57 

2,229,131 



295 

583,679 

14,456 

217, 232 

49,063 

548,332 



712,712 



366.132 



101,915 



5,317,538 



814,627 



.54,0.50 

148,288 

492, 122 

17,974,292 

1,. 352, 518 



12,482 



56 



5,710 
674 
558 



776,725 



1,57,775 
,264,080 



14,594 



59,760 

148,962 

492,680 

17,974,292 

1,. 367, 112 



20,021,270 



21,536 



20,042,806 



349,298 
81,746 

7,297 

55,237 
141,348 
890' 808 
51,413 
44,100 
35,885 
59,9.58 
14,. 385 
74,. 579 



196 



21,788 

209,. 580 

1,640 

100,719 

1,0.37 

.391 

13,756 



.521,512 



6,086 



.36,285 
646 



8— 1,505 



693,807 
428, 100 



7,831 
655 
31,714 
22, 179 
25,. 347 
96,354 



3,788 
59 



232,551 



12,149 



16 
70,395 



861,825 
139,539 



371,086 

291,326 

8,937 

1.55,956 
142 385 
891,199 
65, 169 
44, 100 
72,170 
60,004 
14,. 385 
78,367 

7,890 

655 

43,863 

22, 179 

25,363 

166,749 



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No. 22. — Summary Statement of Exports — Continued. 



207 



Articles. 



Goods 
THE Produce of 
Canada. 



Quantity. Value 



Goods 
not the Produce of 
Canada. 



Quantity. Value 



Total Exports. 



Quantity. Value 



manuf.\ctures — Con. 

Tobacco, viz.: — 

Cigars M 

Cigarettes. " 

Stems and cuttings Lb. 

All other, n.o.pl 



14 
296,525 
478,723 
267,92') 



523 

718,491 

20,648 

137,178 



63 

8,855 
.56,328 
11,495 



2,942 

35,979 

5,269 

5,726 



.305,. 380 
535,051 
279,420 



3,405 

754,470 

25,917 

142,904 



Total, tobacco. 



876,840 



49,916 



Tow 

Trunks and valises. 



Cwt. 



10 



18 
12,119 



10 



926 



926,7.56 



18 
13,045 



Vehicles, viz.: — 

Automobiles No. 

Automobile parts of $ 

Carriages No. 

" parts of I 

Carts No. 

Wagons " 

Bicycles " 

" parts of $ 

Other vehicles S 



17,283 



76 



Total, vehicles. 



Vinegar Gal . 



Wood, viz.: — 

Barrels, empty • No. 

Household furniture $ 

Doors, sashes and blinds S 

Matches $ 

Match splints $ 

Mouldings, trimmings and other 

hou.se furnishings $ 

Pails, tubs, churns and other 

hollow woodenware $ 

Spool wood and spools $ 

Wood pulp, chemically prepared Cwt 

" mechanically ground. " 

Other manufactures of S 

Total, wood 



Woollens 

Oher articles of manufacture. 

Total, manufactures. 



MISCELLANEOUS ARTICLES. 

Contractors' outfits $ 

Coffee Lb. 

Dried fruits, n.o.p " 

Menageries, etc $ 

Rice Lb. 

Rice meal " 

Tea " 

Other miscellaneous articles $ 

Total, miscellaneous 



746 
117 
577 



6,332 



19,222 



3,494,816 
4,649,203 



11,565 
4,354 



5,864,8.30 
3,978,240 



8,897,801 

533,361 

5,968 

25,586 

20, 142 

36, 2.32 

47,017 

15, 2i 

1,790,939 



210 



11,372,331 



1,526 



15,008 
396,223 

18,872 

48,698 

6,995 

33,901 

4,997 

124,068 

6,801,011 

3,57S,.5.37 

472,560 



11,497,870 



657,475 
606, 161 



242,034,998 



103,524 
3,086 
46 



226,475 
104,927 



6,354,4.53 



6,792,932 



18 
33 
101 



15,435 



23,084 
106,906 



741,576 



2,910,864 



.326,012 

211,654 

70 

12,445 

1,.5.50 

3,149 

17, 1.57 

7,717 

124,676 



704,430 



12,768 
18,040 

239 
5 



531 



35 
7,491 



291,102 



330,211 



37,0.38 
195,079 



8,017,225 



245, 268 
4,919 
9,263 

150,308 
20,904 



978,963 
141,944 



1,551,. 569 



17,493 



78 



764 
1.50 
678 



6,332 



34,657 



3,494,816 
4,649,203 



34,649 
111,260 



6,606,406 
3,978,240 
2,910,864 



,223,813 

745,015 

6, 038 

38,031 

21,692 

.39,381 

64,174 

23,002 

,915,615 



12,070,761 



1,526 



27,776 

414, 263 

19,111 

48,703 

6,995 

34,432 

5,0.32 

131,559 

6,801,011 

3,575,-537 

763,662 



11,828,081 



694,513 
801,240 



250,052,223 



348,792 

8,005 

9,7.30 

150,308 

247,. 379 

104,927 

978,963 

6,496,397 



5,344,501 



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No. 22. — Summary Statement of Exports — Concluded. 



Articles. 


Goods 

THE Produce of 

Can.\da. 


G00D.S 

NOT THE Produce of 

Canada. 


ToT.\L Exports. 




Quantity. 


Value. 


Quantity. 


Value. 


Quantity. 


Value. 


COIN 




S 

200 




$ 

102,318,081 

1,243,909 

10,127 




1 
102,318,281 








1,243,909 


Copper coin S 




115 




10,242 






Total coin 




315 




103,572,117 




103,572,432 








RECAPITULATION-. 




66,589,861 
22,377,977 
51,271,400 
102,882,276 
249,661,194 
242,034,998 
6,792,932 




7,329,5.37 

213,307 

426,884 

2,936,914 

17,213,996 

8,017,225 

1,551,569 




73, 919, .398 








22,591,284 






51,698,284 






105,819,190 










266,875,190 










250,052,223 










8,344,501 












Total 




741,610,638 




37,689,432 




779.300,070 












315 




103,572,117 




103,572,432 
















741,610,9.53 




141,261,549 




882,872,502 














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222 



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7 GEORGE V, A. 1917 

No. 24. — 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 ]\Iarch 31, 1916. 



Countries ■n-hence imported and to which exported. 



Value of Merchan- 
dise Imported from 

Foreign Countries 

through the United 

States. 



Value of Merchan- 
dise Exported to 

Foreign Countries 

through the United 

States. 



United Kingdom 

Aden 

Australia 

Bermuda 

British East Africa 

" South Africa 

" West Africa 

" Guiana 

" Honduras 

" India 

" East Indies, other. . 

" West Indies 

" Straits Settlements. 

Fiji Islands 

Gibraltar 

Hong Kong 

Malta 

Newfoundland 

New Zealand 



Total British Empire . 



Argentina 

Austria-Hungary 

Azores and Madeira Islands. 

Belgium 

Bolivia 

Brazil 

Bulgaria 

Canary Islands 

Chili 

China 

Costa Rica 

Cuba 

Denmark 

Danish West Indies 

Dutch East Indies 

Dutch West Indies 

Dutch Guiana 

Ecuador 

Egypt and Soudan 

France 

French Africa 

French (iuiana 

French Oceania 

French West Indies 

Germany 

Greece 

Greenland, Iceland, etc 

Guatemala 

Hawaii 

Hayti 



3,521,227 



5,039 

666 

3,2.52 

154,242 



689,949 
288,317 
,142,660 
941,834 
,784,1.34 
163,698 



72,295 



6,284 



9,774,285 



2,938,920 
570 



35,018 



467,684 
5,875 



365,968 
15,976 

218,213 
29,689 
58,236 
53,847 



307, 144 

622 

2,783 

408,803 



5,263 
107,739 



20,310 



160,343,386 

13,740 

3,005,348 

43,074 

76,639 

837,933 

128,508 

152,381 

3,355 

879,912 

44,217 

1,076,697 

160,293 

1,749 

109,902 

18,289 

24,362 

143,744 

726,347 



167,789,876 



1.832,485 



103 

267,579 

2,383 

803,670 



15 

70,094 

54,376 

27,4.33 

456,880 

93,387 

7,314 

251,513 

7,399 

34,117 

6,032 

31,375 

12,642,300 

12,536 

755 

2,355 

103,676 



12,869 

39 

17,595 

17,252 
1,420 



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No. 24. — Statement showing the value of ISIerchandise 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, 1916 — Concluded. 



Countries whence imported and to which exported. 



Value of Merchan- 
dise Imported from 

Foreign Countries 

through the United 

States. 



Value of Merchan- 
dise Exported to 

Foreign Countries 

through the United 

States. 



Holland 

Honduras 

Italy 

Japan 

Mexico 

Nicaragua 

Norway 

Panama 

Persia 

Peru 

Porto Rico 

Portugal 

Portuguese Africa.. 

Russia 

Salvador 

^an Domingo 

Serbia 

Siam 

Spain 

Spanish Africa 

Sweden 

Switzerland 

Turkey 

U. S. of Colombia. 

Uruguay 

Venezuela 



Total other countries. 
Grand total 



292,459 



481,905 
146,768 
156,928 



24,101 



1,161 
190,459 



63,310 



10,631 
1,345,908 



116,076 



71,560 

128,627 

2,316 

60,693 
189,228 

66,829 



8,391,619 



18,165,904 



794,794 

7,759 

6,123,240 

218,164 

58,510 

1,503 

457, 222 

127, 173 



11,288 

281,826 

32,272 

46,362 

1,937,723 

4,190 

10,018 

550 

20,977 

617,973 

39 

53,440 

3,854 



30,661 
33,101 
90,916 



27,720,507 



195,510,383 



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7 GEORGE V, A. 1917 

No. 25. — Comparative Statement of Goods remaining in Warehouse in 1914, 

1915 and 1916. 



Articles. 



Remaining in 
Warehouse, 
March 31, 1914. 



Quantity. Value. 



Remaining in 

Warehouse, 

March 31, 1915. 



Quantity. Value 



Remaining in 

Warehouse, 

March 31, 1916. 



Quantity. Value 



Breadstuffs — 

Wheat Bush. 

Other breadstuffs S 

Coal, bituminous Tons 

Cotton and manufactures of $ 

Drugs S 

Fancy goods $ 

Fish $ 

Flax and manufactures of $ 

Fruits and nuts $ 

Glass and manufactures of $ 

Iron and steel $ 

Leather $ 

Oils $ 

Paper and manufactures of $ 

Silk. $ 

Spirits and wines — 

Brandy Gal. 

. Gin " 

Rum " 

Whiskey " 

Wines of all kinds, except 
sparkling " 

Wines, .sparkling S 

Sugar above No. 16 D.S Lb. 

Sugar not above No. 16 D.S " 

Molasses Gal. 

Tobacco, manufactures of — 

Cigars Lb. 

Cigarettes " 

All other $ 

Woollens $ 

All other articles S 

Grand totals 



72,975 
1,550,056 



538,783 

293,164 

62,091 

565,305 

398,109 



4,860,494 

57,372,309 

51,521 

27,041 
5,163 



72,975 

122,441 

2,653,646 

.349,919 

146,606 

31,9.58 
110,2.34 

39,085 
175,524 

21,968 
1,181,783 

29,950 

29,923 

50,282 
135,728 

1,150,003 

194,732 

47,511 

1,286,552 

387,715 

361,782 

214,492 

1,299,096 

2,037 

92,897 

10,205 

109,269 

377,336 

3,780,766 



68,222 
1,273,347 



189,371 

421,528 

53,910 

551,947 

356,901 



4,860,167 

67,078,5.55 

41,975 

27,781 
4,853 



68, 

74, 

2,500, 

202, 
97, 
13, 
90, 
35, 

165, 
11, 

998, 
.30, 
80, 
30, 

103, 



250,000 



829,511 



438,603 

277,627 

40,286 

1,279,859 

.348,097 

342,936 

124,578 

1,890,470 

1,618 

93,309 

9,572 

69,005 

277,223 

3,412,025 



107,867 

220,062 

29,094 

364,021 

249,648 



4,895,096 
.34,116,1.30 



4,628 
2,406 



$ 

289, 

368, 

865, 

252, 

104, 

45, 

51, 

32, 

153, 

41, 

922, 

61, 

189, 

29, 

55, 



791 
883 
956 
270 
812 
955 
487 
342 
663 
873 



493 
175 



299,412 

135,546 

30,228 

887,116 

249,538 
151,222 
125,953 
970,332 



20,204 

4,. 596 

1,184,394 

220,846 

4,454,432 



14,466,415 



13,107,536 



12,199,685 



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SESSIONAL PAPER No. 11 

No. 26. — Statement showing the quantity and vahie of merchandise received 
from foreign countries for immediate transit through Canada, and trans- 
shipped at the port of JMontreal for United States and other countries 
during the fiscal year ended March, 31, 1916. 





Countries. 


Received from 


Shipped to 




Quantity. 


Value. 


Quantity. 


Value. 


THE MINE. 

Ore and other articles of the 
mine 


Great Britain 




479,766 




s 

90, 055 

52,703 

950 




B. South Africa 








New Zealand 










Holland 




16,491 

2 

142, 756 






Japan 






* 


- 


United States 






495,307 




Total 










639,015 




639,015 




Great Britain 






THE FISHERIES. 

Salmon and other articles of the 
fisheries 




25,027 




709, 632 
21,385 




B. South Africa 








Ne^-f oundland 




460 
731,017 






United States 






25,487 




Total 










756,504 




756,504 




Great Britain 






THE FOREST. 

Planks and boards 


M ft. 




M ft. 
507 


15,797 




United States 

Total 

Great Britain 


507 


15,797 










507 


15,797 


507 


15,797 


Lumber and timber 




750 




91,899 

55,851 

750 




B. South Africa 

United States 










147,750 






Total 










148,500 




148,500 










Total products of the forest.. 




164, 297 




164,297 










ANIM.\LS AKD PRODUCE. 

Horses 


No. 

2 


300 


No. 

55,480 

1,144 

2 


8,948,395 

171,600 

300 




France 


, 


United States 

Total 


56,624 


9,119,995 




56,626 


9,120,295 


56,626 


9,120,295 




Great Britain 


Furs and skins 




164,500 

180,000 

3,597 




183,597 




Newfoundland 








United States 






164,500 




Total 










348,097 




348,097 




Great Britain. 






Cheese 


Lb. 

595 

12,917 

6,037,631 


140 

1,937 

1,108,389 


Lb. 
6,037,631 


1,108,389 




Italy 

United States 

Total 




13,512 


2,077 




6,051,143 


1,110,466 


6,051,143 


1,110,466 



11— i— 15 



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7 GEORGE V, A. 1917 

No. 26. — 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— €on. 

Lard 




Lb. 


$ 


Lb. 

27,220,997 
151,701 
795, 137 


3,867,978 


B. South Africa 






17,755 










135, 172 




United States 

Total. . 


28,167,835 


4,020,905 












28,167,8.35 


4,020,905 


28,167,835 


4,020,905 




Great Britain 






378 
1.145,388 


63 
231,665 


1,145,388 
378 


231,665 




United States 

Total 


63 




1,145,766 


231,728 


1,145,766 


231,728 




Great Britain 




PnrW 






2,530,113 


371,298 




United States 

Total 


2.. 530, 113 


371,298 












2,530,113 


371,298 


2,530,113 


371,298 




Great Britain 










175,368,516 

110,800 

1,766,731 


32,137,767 




B. South Africa 






17,160 




France . 






267,730 




United States 

Total 

Great Britain 


177,246,047 


32,422,657 












177,246,047 


32,*422,657 


177,246,047 


32,422,657 




16,464 
765, 552 


4,939 

222,266 


765,5.52 
16,464 


222, 266 




United States 

Total 


4,939 




782,016 


227,205 


782,016 


227,205 








Other articles of animals 




11,789 




1,466,929 








13,397 








1,480,326 




11,789 




Total 












1,492,115 




1,492,115 














38,765,908 




38,765,908 




Great Britain 








AGRK•L■LTL■R.^L PRODUCTS. 




960 
267,974 




267,974 




United States 




960 




Total. 










268,934 




268,934 




Great Britain 










Brl. 




Brl. 
10,713 
6,511 


.54,400 




B South Africa. 






34,853 




United States 

Total. 


17,224 


89,253 














17,224 


89,253 


17,224 


89, 253 








Seedss. . 








13,. 3.59 






13,3.59 








Total. 












13,359 




13,359 























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No. 26. — Statement showing the quantity and value of merchandise received 
from and shipped to foreign countries — Continued. 



Articles. 


Countries. 


Received prom 


Shipped to 


Quantity. 


Value. 


Quantity. 


Value. 


.^GRICCLTCR.^L PRODUCTS — Coil. 

Other agricultural products... . 


Great Britain 




5,702 




S 

623,207 






2,809 












13,692 




Xew Zealand 








5,410 




France . 









669,496 




Holland 




92 
1.314,614 















5,794 




Total. 










1,320,408 




1,320,408 
















1,691.954 




1,691,954 




Great Britain 






HUXCFACrrBES. 

Cottons and linens and manu- 




16,874 


::;■.:::::::: 


10,088 




B. South Africa. 




189 












100 








700 
10, 131 








United States . 






17,328 




Total 










27,705 




-27,705 




Great Britain. 






Drjgs, dyes and chemicals. . . . 




64,075 




172,971 








1,333 




B. South Africa. 








28,967 












866 




Chili 




789,475 














17,978 












5,000 




United States.. 




226,846 




853,281 




Total. 












1,080,396 




1,080,396 
















33,680 














33,680 




Total 














33,680 




33,680 














87,932 














60,770 








60,770 




87,932 




Total 










148,702 




148,702 














71,398 




870,452 








800 




B. South Africa. 








433,901 












210,050 












1,628 












4,050 








1,520,586 




71,103 




Total. 












1,591,984 




1,591,984 
















17,760 




327,238 










10 












300 












1,324 








333,322 




22,210 




Total. 












351.082 




351,082 








'■■ 





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7 GEORGE V, A. 1917 

No. 26. — Statement showing the quantity and value of merchandise received 
from and shipped to foreign countries — Continued. 



Abticles. 


C9UNTSIES. 


Receiv 


HD FROM 


Shipped to 


Quantity. 


Value. 


Quantity. 


Value. 


MANtryACTURES— Con. 
Oils, of all kinds 


Great Britain 




S 
2,755 




S 
172 355 




B. South Africa 






10 




United States 




172,365 




2 755 




Total 












175, 120 




175 120 




Great Britain.. . 








Paper and manufactures. . 




8,988 




10 115 




Australia 






96 




B. South Africa 








582 




Fiji Islands.. 








12 




New Zealand 








1,321 




China 








81 




France 








800 




Hawaii 








12 


' 










48 




Mexico 








127 




United States 




12,427 




8,221 




Total. 












21,415 




21 415 












Spirits and wines.. . . ; . . 


Gal. 

160,084 


383,085 


Gal. 

1,244 

900 

162,584 


3,234 




Australia 


1,950 




United States 

Total 


4,644 


10.301 


388,202 




164,728 


.393,386 


164,728 


393,386 








Sugar and glucose 




500 
6,250 




6,250 




United States.. 






500 




Total... 












6,750 




6,750 




Great Britain. 








Tobacco and manufactures 




125 
23.019 




23,019 




United States... 






125 




Total 












23, 144 




23,144 












Tea 


Lb. 

753,806 
8,474 


197.125 
1.610 


Lb. 






B. E. Indies, other 

United States... 








762,280 


198,735 




Total 










762, 280 


198,735 


762,280 


198.735 








Wood and manufactures 




4,629 




129.012 




Australia 






20,000 




B. South Africa 








33,445 




United States.. 




181,657 




3,829 




Total 












186.286 




186.286 




Great Britain 








Woollens and manufactures. . . . 




15,991 




2,742 






376 




United States 




3.118 




15,991 




Total . 












19, 109 




19,109 














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No. 26 



Statement showing the quantity and value of merchandise received 
from and shipped to foreign countries — Concluded. 



Akticles. 


COUNTRIES. 


Received from 


Shipped to 


Quantity. 


Value. 


Quantity. 


Value. 


MANUFACTURES — Con . 


Great Britain 




$ 




$ 
1,987,002 












54,000 




B. South Africa 








85,500 












2,700 








2,129,202 








Total. 












2,129,202 




2,129,202 




















67 












4,700 








4,767 








Total. 












4,767 




4,767 




















371,150 




United States 




371,150 








Total . 












371,150 




371,150 














289,861 




631,476 










18,714 




B South Africa. 








128,422 












85,356 












237 












595 








1,615 




330 




Holland . . 






184 




Italy 








290 








199 














73 












32 


~- 


TTnitpfl Sf.^tp^ 




792,917 




218,883 




Total. 












1,084,592 




1,084,592 























230 



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7 GEORGE V, A. 1917 

Summary Statement of the value of merchandise received from foreign countries 

Montreal for the United States and other countries 

COUNTRIES 



' 


Great 
Britain. 


B.E. Indies 
other. 


New- 
foundland. 




$ 

479,766 

25,027 

750 

181,731 

6,662 

1,194,778 


$ 


$ 


" fisheries 




460 












180,000 








1,610 








Total 


1,888,714 


1,610 


180,460 







COUNTRIES 



- 


Great 
Britain. 


Australia . 


British 
South 
Africa. 


New- 
foundland 


New- 
Zealand. 


China. 


Cuba. 


Fiji 
Islands. 




$ 

90,055 
709,632 
107,696 
48,846,635 
958,940 
2,730,169 


$ 


52,703 
21,385 
55,851 
48,312 
48,545 
776,496 


S 


950 


$ 


$ 


$ 












































2,809 
96,893 


2,265 


5,410 
300,293 










81 


595 


12 






Total 


53,443,127 


99,702 


1,003,292 


2,265 


306,653 


81 


595 


12 







TRADE AND NAVIGATION 



231 



SESSIONAL PAPER No. 11 

for immediate transit through Canada, and transhipped at the port of 
during; the fiscal 3'ear ended March 31, 1916. 

RECEIVED FROM. 



Chili. 


France. 


Germany 


Holland . 


Italy. 


Japan. 




United 
States. 


Total. 


S 


$ 


$ 


$ 

16,491 


S 


$ 


2 


$ 

142,756 

731,017 

163,547 

49,289,449 

1,685,200 

5,858,828 


6.39,015 










756,504 














164,297 










1,937 




49,653 117 








92 




1 691 954 


789,475 


1,615 


700 




199 


7,847,205 










789,475 


1,615 


700 


16,583 


1,937 


201 


57,870,797 


60,752,092 



SHIPPED TO 



France. 


Hawaii. 


Holland. 


Italy. 


Japan. 


Mexico. 


Russia. 


Sweden . 


Switzer- 
land. 


United 
States . 


Total. 


$ 


S 


$ 


S 


S 


S 


$ 


S 


$ 


$ 

495,307 

25,487 

750 

183,668 

6,754 

3,909,777 


$ 

639,015 
756,504 
164 297 




J 


































574,502 


















49,653 117 


669,496 


















1 691 954 


24,858 


12 


184 


290 


48 


127 


5,000 


73 


32 


7,847,205 


1,268,856 


12 


184 


290 


48 


127 


5,000 


73 


32 


4,621,743 


60,752,092 



232 



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7 GEORGE V, A. 1917 

Statement by Years showing the Value of Goods transhipped at the Port of 
Montreal for Foreign Countries from 1886 to 1916, inclusive. 



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 montlis ending March 31, 1907 
Fiscal year ending Mar. 31, 1908 
1909 
1910 
1911 

" " 1912 
1913 
1914 
1915 
1916 



,745,606 
645,393 
058,888 
314,396 
714,705 
202,292 
423,862 
313,904 
186,145 
027,366 
191,628 
077,825 
378,657 
485,519 
160,009 
707,379 
382,567 
689,912 
224,361 
095,449 
114,464 
233,092 
955,468 
881,570 
705,210 
510,807 
506,933 
670,616 
665,697 
040,276 
752,092 



No. 27. — Statement showing the Trade via St. Lawrence River (Sea-going 
Vessels) Inwards and Outwards, during the Fiscal year ended March 
31, 1916. 







Vessels. 


Freight. 




No. 


Tons 
Register. 


Tons 
Weight. 


Tons 
Measurement. 


Inwards. . 


817 
817 


2,5.56,036 
2,263,667 


273,249 
2,041,475 


101,645 




760,604 




Total trade 






1.634 


4,819,703 


2,314,724 


862,249 









7 GEORGE V SESSIONAL PAPER No. 11 A. 1917 



PART II 



GENERAL STATEMENTS 

Imports, Exports, and Shipping of the 
Dominion of Canada 



FOR THE 



FISCAL YEAR ENDED MARCH 31, 1916 



11— ii— 1 



CUSTOMS DEPARTMENT 



7 GEORGE V, A. 1917 

2s[o. 1. — General Statement (bj^ Countries) of the Total Quantities and Values 
for Consumption and the Duties Collected thereon in the Dominion 

{Abbreviations: B. E., British East; B. W., British West; F. W., 







Total Imports. 


Entered 


Articles Imported. 


Countries. 


Quantity. 


Value. - 


General Tariff. 




Quantity. 


Value. 1 Duty. 


DuTL\BLE Goods. 

Ale, porter, lager and other beer in 

bottles. 1 

( 


Jnit'd Kingdom 


Gal. 
69,892 


$ 
57,891 


Gal. 

135,702 

bO 

1,489 

20 

416 

173,815 


$ 

118,329 

20 

1,423 

21 

279 

111,026 


$ cts. 

56,994 84 
25 20 








625 38 


] 


Holland 






8 40 


c 








174 72 




Jnited States... 
Total 


160,454 


101,077 


73,002 30 




230,346 


158,968 


311,502 


231,098 


130,830 84 


Ale, porter, lager and other beer 
in casks. • 


Jnit'd Kingdom 
United States... 

Total 

Unit'd Kingdom 


11,060 

8,485 


3,896 
1,706 


11,646 

8,485 


3,844 
1,706 


3,493 80 
2,545 50 




19,545 


5,602 


20,131 


5,550 


6,039 30 






13,936 




204 

17 

1,040 


35 71 








2 98 








1,040 




182 00 




Total 












14,976 




1,261 


220 69 




United States . . 

Unit'd Kingdom 
United States... 

Total 

Newfoundland . . 
United States... 

Total 

Unit'd Kingdom 
United States... 

Total 

Newfoundland.. 
United States... 

Total 

Unit'd Kingdom 








Animals, living, viz.— 
Hogs 


Lb. 
1,519 


193 


Lb. 
1,519 


193 


22 79 




No. 

9 
365 


1,000 
15,422 


No. 








365 


15,422 


3,855 50 




374 


16,422 


365 


15,422 


3,855 50 


Horses over one year old valued 
at $50 or less per head. 


42 
23 


2,100 
1,120 


42 
11 


2,100 
520 


525 00 
137 50 




65 


3,220 


53 


2,620 


662 50 


Horses, n.o.p 


1 
1,387 


600 
162, 101 


1 
1,353 


600 
153,396 


150 00 
38,349 00 




1,388 


162,701 


1,354 


153,996 


38,499 00 




41 
68,529 


1,435 
230,887 


41 
68,523 


1,435 
230,860 


358 75 




57,715 00 




68,570 


232,322 


68,564 


232, 295 


58,073 75 


All other, not elsewhere specifier 




863 

1,003 

4 

36,04£ 




51 

l,00o 

4 

36, M'J 


12 75 






2."0 75 




.Japan 







1 00 
9,037 25 




Total 












37,91f 





37,207 


9,301 75 




Unit'd Kingdom 
China 








Antiseptic surgical dressings, sue! 
as ab.sorbc-nt cotton, I'otton woo 
lint, lamb's wool, tow, jute 
gauzes and oakum, prcpart^d fo 
u.se as surgical dressings, plair 




46, 18( 

r 

14J 

9^ 

252,07, 


) 


56- 

1/ 

13.' 

7( 

251, 89t 


112 80 






3 40 


France 

- Japan 

United States.. 

Total 




i 


27 60 


[ 


) 11 00 




50,379 80 










298,51' 


I 


252, 68S 


! 50,537 60 













TRADE AND KATIGATION 



SESSIONAL PAPER No. 11 

of ^Merchandise imported; also of the Quantities and Values of the same entered 
of Canada during the fiscal Year ended March 31, 19 IG. 

French West; Dan. W., Danish West; N. E. S., not elsewhere specified) . 



for Home Consumption. 


Preferential Tariff. 


Treaty Ra1 


es. 


Total. 


Quantity. 


Value. 


Duty. 


Quantity. 


Value. 


Duty. 


Quantity. 


Value. 


Duty Coll'd 


Gal. 


S 


S cts. 


Gal. 


$ 


$ cts. 


Gal. 

135,702 

60 

1,489 

20 

416 

173 815 


$ 

118,329 

20 

1,423 

21 

279 

111,026 


$ cts. 

56,994 84 
25 20 


























625 38 














8 40 














174 72 














73,002 30 


























311,502 


231,098 


130,830 84 


























11,646 

8,485 


3,844 
1,706 


3 493 80 














2,545 50 


























20,131 


5,560 


6,039 30 


















15,899 


2,384 85 










16, 103 

17 

1,040 


2,420 56 
2 98 


























182 00 




















15,899 


2,384 85 










17, 160 


2 605 54 














Lb. 






Lb. 






Lb. 
1,519 


193 


22 79 
















No. 

9 


1.000 


150 00 


No. 






No. 

9 
365 


1,000 
15,422 


150 00 










3,855 50 
















9 


1,000 


150 00 








374 


16,422 


4,005 50 






















42 
11 


2.100 
520 


525 00 















137 50 




























53 


2,620 


662 50 





























1 
1,353 


600 
153,396 


150 00 














38,349 00 




























1,354 


153,996 


38,449 00 




























41 
68,523 


1,435 
230,860 


358 75 














57,715 00 




























68,564 


232, 295 


58,073 75 


















812 


121 80 










863 

1,003 

4 

36, 149 


134 55 












250 75 














■ 


1 00 
















9,037 25 




















812 


121 80 










38,019 


9,423 55 
















45, 131 


5,641 62 




94 


16 47 




45,789 

17 

148 

88 

251 899 


5,770 89 






3 40 










10 

18 


1 75 
3 15 




20 35 












17 15 












50,379 80 




















45,131 


5,641 62 




122 


21 37 




297,941 


56,2C0 59 










11- 


-ii— U 

















CUSTOMS DEPARTMENT 



7 GEORGE V, A. 1917 

No. 1. — General Statement 





Countries. 


Total Imports. 


Entered 


Articles Imported. 




General Tarifl'. 








Quantity. 


Value. 


Duty. 


DuTL\BLE Goods— Co«. 

Bagatelle and other game tables 
or boards. 


Jnit'd Kingdom 




S 
3,347 




$ 

34 
16 
15 

13, 271 


S cts. 
11 90 






5 60 






15 




5 25 




United States 




13,229 




4,644 85 




Total 












16,591 




13,336 


4,667 60 




Unit'd Kingdom 
United States 








Bags which contained cement, etc. 




40 
6,341 












6,341 


1,268 20 




Total 












6,381 




6,341 


1,268 20 




Unit'd Kingdom 
Japan 










Lb. 

794 

35 

31,161 


196 

3 

7,202 


Lb. 

46 

35 

31,161 


17 
3 

7.202 


2 76 




2 10 




United States . 
Total 

Unit'd Kingdom 
United States. 

Total .... 


1,869 66 




31,990 


7,401 


31,242 


7,222 


1,874 52 


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




1,908 
9,514 




131 
9,514 


45 85 






3,329 90 










11,422 




9,645 


3,375 75 




Unit'd Kingdom 
B W Indies 








Baskets of all kinds, n.o.p 




13,743 

31 

256 

813 

4 

46 

97 

24,912 

32, 253 




573 

8 

219 

706 

4 

46 

97 

3, 1.58 

31,447 


171 90 






2 40 










65 70 










211 80 










1 20 










13 80 




Italy 






29 10 










947 40 










9,434 10 




Total 












72, 155 




36, 258 


10,877 40 




Unit'd Kingdom 








Baths, bath-tubs, basins, closets 




70,772 
1.53 




1,497 

1.58 
102,643 


523 95 






55 30 


laundry-tubs of any material. 






103,474 




35,925 05 


Total 












174,399 




104, 298 


36,504 30 




Unit'd Kingdom 
Denmark 








Belting of all kinds except rubber 




143,032 




.546 

852 

602 

108,360 


147 85 






191 70 




Germany 








165 55 








106,486 




29,844 .58 




Total . . . . 












249,518 




110,360 


30,349 68 




Unit'd Kingdom 








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




9,08fl 
251 

44,324 





349 
251 

44, 23C 


122 15 




87 85 




.Japan 




1 75 






15,480 50 




Total 













53,665 


"^ 


44,835 


15,692 25 













SESSIONAL PAPER No. 11 

OF Imports — Continued. 



TRADE AND NAVIGATION 



for Home Consumption. 



Preferential Tariff. 




Treaty Rates. 




Total. 




Quantity. 


Value. 


Duty. 


Quantity. 


Value. 


Duty. 


Quantity. 


Value. 


Duty CoU'd 




S 

3,368 


$ cts. 
757 88 




S 


S cts. 




S 

3,402 

16 

15 

13,271 


$ cts. 

769 78 

5 60 

5 25 

4,644 85 
























































3,368 


757 88 










16,704 


5,425 48 














40 


6 00 










40 
6,341 


6 00 
1 268 20 






























40 


6 00 










6,381 


1,2^4 20 












Lb. 

748 


179 


29 92 


Lb. 






Lb. 

794 

35 

31,161 


196 

3 

7,202 


32 68 

2 10 

1,869 66 


































748 


179 


29 92 








31,990 


7,401 


1,904 44 












1,777 


399 87 










1,908 
9,514 


44t 7? 












3 32Q QO 




















1,777 


399 87 










11,422 


3 775 62 
















13,035 
24 


2,607 00 
4 80 




135 


37 13 




13,743 

32 

256 

813 

4 

46 

97 

24,325 

31,447 


2,816 03 
7 20 












37 
107 


10 18 
29 43 




75 gg 












241 23 












1 20 
















13 80 
















29 10 










21,167 


5,820 99 




6 768 "^Q 












9 434 10 




















13,059 


2,611 80 




21,446 


5,897 73 




70,763 


19,386 93 










70,802 


♦ 14, 160 40 










72, 299 

158 

102,643 


14,684 35 
55 30 


























35 925 05 




















70,802 


14, 160 40 










175, 100 


50 664 70 
















139,284 


27,856 80 










139,830 

852 

602 

108,360 


28 004 65 












191 70 
































29 844 58 




















139,284 


27,856 80 










249,644 


58, 206 48 
















8,787 


i,977 20 










9,136 

251 

5 

44,230 


2, 099 35 












87 83 
















1 78 
















15, 480 5(1 




















8,787 


1,977 20 










53,622 


17 669 45 















CUSTOMS DEPARTMENT 



7 GEORGE V, A. 1917 

No. 1. — General Statement 





Countries. 


Total Imports, 


Entered 


Articles Imported. 


Quantity. 


Value. 


General TarifT. 




Quantity. 


Value. 


Duty. 


Dutiable Goods — Con. 
JBells and gongs, n.o.p 


Unit 'd Kingdom 
France 




$ 

431 

7 

87 

30,423 




$ 
23 


$ cts. 
6 90 










•Japan 






1 
30,384 


30 










9 115 20 




Total 














30,948 




30,408 


9, 122 40 




Unit'dKingdom 
United States... 

Total 

Unit'd Kingdom 
United States. . 










No. 
34 
35 


5,607 
2,274 


No. 








35 


2,277 


796 95 




69 


7,881 


35 


2,277 


796 95 


Blacking, shoe and shoemakers' 




66,813 
102,418 




22 
102,222 


6 05 






28,112 17 


dressing, n.o.p 


Total 










169,231 




102,244 


28,118 22 




Unit'dKingdom 
Japan 








BUnds, of wood, metal or other 




49 
3,422 

4,757 




33 
3,022 

4,757 


9 90 


material, not textile or paper... . 






906 60 


United States... 






1,427 10 




Total 












8,228 




7,812 


2,343 60 




Unit'dKingdom 
United States.. 








Blueing, laundry hluoin" 




35,153 
6,412 




452 
6,412 


101 70 






1,442 93 




Total 












41,565 




6,864 


1,544 63 




Unit'dKingdom 

Hong Kong 

Newfoundland. . 
United States... 

Total 

Unit'dKingdom 
Hong Kong 








Boats, open, pleasure, sail boats, 


2 
2 
9 

422 


133 

80 

168 

20,451 










2 

9 

413 


80 

168 

20,271 


20 66 




42 00 
5,067 75 




435 


20,832 


424 


20,519 


5,129 75 


Books, printed, periodicals and 




383,578 

97 

423 

7 

3,842 

16 

71,699 

44 

130 

49 

722,950 




6, 560 

97 

423 


656 00 


pamphlets, or parts thereof. 






9 70 


n.o.p 








42 30 




New Zealand . . . 










Belgium 






3,842 

16 

6,772 

44 

130 

49 

722,797 


384 20 




China 






1 60 




France 






677 20 




Holland 






4 40 




Italy 






13 00 




Japan 






4 90 




United States... 






72,279 70 




Total 












1,182,835 




740,730 


74,073 00 




Unit'dKingdom 
( "hina 








Books — Novels or works of fic- 




13,325 
12 

5,898 
36,208 




323 

12 

313 

36,208 


80 75 


tion, or literature of a similar 






3 00 


cliuructfrr, unbound or paper 


1'' ranee .... 






78 25 




United States.. 






9.052 00 


ing Christmas annuals or publi- 
cations commonly known as 


Total 








55.443 




36.856 


9,214 00 


iuvenile or toy books 












SESSIONAL PAPER No. 11 

OP Imports — Continued. 



TRADE AND NATIGATION 



for Home Consumption. 



Preferential Tariff. 


Treaty Rates. 




Total. 




Quantity. 


Value. 


Duty. 


Quantity. 


Value. 


Duty. 


Quantity. 


Value. 


Duty Coll'd 




$ 

967 


S cts. 
193 40 




$ 


$ cts. 




$ 

990 

7 

87 

30,384 


$ cts. 
200 30 






7 
86 


1 93 
23 64 




1 93 












23 94 










9, 115 20 




















967 


193 40 




93 


25 57 




31,468 


9,341 37 










No. 
34 


5,607 


1,261 58 


No. 






No. 

34 
35 


5,607 

2,277 


1,261 58 




" 






796 95 
















34 


5,607 


1,261 58 








69 


7,884 


2,058 53 














66,386 


9,957 90 










66,408 
102,222 


9,963 95 












28,112 17 




















66, .386 


9,957 90 










168,630 


38,076 12 
















16 


3 20 










49 
3,022 
4,757 


13 10 












906 60 
















1,427 10 




















16 


3 20 










7,828 


2,346 80 
















34,239 


5,135 85 










34,691 
6,412 


5,237 55 












1,442 93 




















34,239 


5,135 85 










41,103 


6,680 48 














2 


133 


19 95 








2 
2 


133 

80 

168 

20,271 


19 95 










20 00 














9 


42 00 














413 


5,067 75 


2 


133 


19 95 








426 


20, 652 


5,149 70 














376,609 


18,830 45 




114 


5 70 




383,283 

97 

423 

7 

3,842 

16 

71,507 

44 

130 

49 

722,797 


19,492 15 








9 70 
















42 30 




7 


35 










35 












384 20 
















1 60 










64,735 


3,236 75 




3,913 95 












4 40 
















13 00 
















4 90 
















72,279 70 




















376,616 


18,8.30 80 




64,849 


3,242 45 




1,182,195 


96,146 25 












13,002 


1,9.50 30 










13,325 
12 

5,898 
36,208 


2,031 05 












3 00 










5,585 


837 75 




916 00 










9,052 00 




















13,002 


1,950 30 




5,585 


837 75 




55,443 


12,002 05 









CUSTOMS DEPARTMENT 



7 GEORGE V, A. 1917. 

No. 1. — General Statement 





Countries. 


Total Imports. 


Entered 


Articles Imported, 


Quantity. 


Value. 


General Tariff. 




Quantity. 


Value. 


Duty. 


Dutiable Goods — Con. 
Books, &c. — Con. 

Freight rates for railways, and 


Unit'd Kingdom 
L^nited States... 




S 

12 
25,258 




S 


S cts. 


telegraph rates, bound in book 
or pamphlet form, and time 
tables of railwaj's outside of 






25,258 


6,314 50 


Total 








25,270 




25,258 


6,314 50 


CJnit'd Kingdom 

B. E. Indies, 

other 








Bank notes, bonds, bills of 




21,707 

127 

180 

68 

652 




733 


256 55 


exchange, cheques, promis- 
sory notes, drafts and all 
similar work unsigned, and 








Hong Kong 






180 


63 00 


cards or other commercial 


New Zealand . . . 








blank forms printed or litho- 


France 






652 
3 

65 

3,620 

190,065 


228 20 


graphed or printed from steel 


Germany 






1 05 


or copper or other plates, and 
other printed matter, n.o.p. 


Italy 




65 

3,620 

190,451 




22 75 


Japan 






1,267 00 


United States... 






66,522 75 




Total 












216,870 




195,318 


68,361 30 




Unit'd Kingdom 
B.W.Indies.... 

France 

Portugal 

United States... 

Total 

Unit'd Kingdom 
Hon"' Kong 








Posters, advertising bills and 
folders 


Lb. 

503 
700 
477 
230 
34,879 


86 

131 

71 

40 

12,913 


Lb. 
6 


2 


90 




477 

230 

34,879 


71 

40 

12,913 


71 55 

34 50 

5,231 85 




36, 789 


13,241 


35,592 


13,026 


5,338 80 


Labels for cigar boxes, fruits. 




16,303 

15 

30 

375 

8,793 

114 

118 

5 

197, 264 




174 

15 

30 

375 

8,741 

114 

118 

197,253 


60 90 


vegetables, meats, fish, con- 






5 25 


fectionery and other goods 


Newfoundland . . 






10 50 


and wares; also shipping, 


Cuba 






131 25 


price or other tags, tickets or 


France 






3,0.59 35 


labels; and railroad or other 








39 90 


tickets whether lithographed 


Norway 






41 30 


or printed or partly printed, 


Portugal 






1 75 


n.o.p. 


United States... 






69,0.38 55 


Total 












223,017 




206,825 


72,388 75 




Unit'd Kingdom 








Maps and charts, n.o.p 




6, 1.58 

22 

387 

10,96.5 




1,513 


340 40 










France 






387 
10,924 


87 08 




United States. . 






2,458 23 




Total 












17,. 532 




12,824 


2,885 71 




Unit'd Kingdom 
United States.. 








Newspapers or supplemental ed- 




43 i 
16,544 








itions or parts thereof partly 






16,544 


4, 136 00 


printed and intended to be 
completed and published in 


Total 










16.979 




16,544 


4,136 00 




Unit'd Kingdom 

B. Guiana 

B. W. Indies.... 

Hong Kong 

New Zealand . . . 
France 








Advertising pamphlets, adver- 
tising show cards, illustrated 


169,008 

23 

393 

62 

36 

2, .323 

30 

405 

2,004 

18 

27 

1,848,927 


45,529 

4 

89 

7 

4 

684 

2 

66 

460 

2 

3 

506,013 


.8,150 


1,955 


1,222 50 


advertising periodicals, price 
books, catalogues and price 
li.sts, advertising calendars 


169 
62 


40 

7 


25 35 
9 30 


and almanacs; patent medi- 


2,337 

30 

140 

1,807 

18 

27 

1,846,4.55 


682 

16 

440 

2 

3 

505,826 


350 55 


cine or other advertising 
circulars, fly sheets or pam- 
phlets 


Holland 

Italy 


4 50 

21 00 

271 05 




Spain 


2 70 




Sweden 


4 05 




United States... 
Total 


276,968 25 




2,023,2.56 


552,863 


1,859,195 


.^8,973 


278,879 2.5 



SESSIONAL PAPER No. 11 

OF Imports — Continued. 



TBADE AXD yAYIGATION 



for Home Consumption. 



Preferential Tariff. 


Treaty Rat 


es. 




Total. 




Quantity. Value. 


Duty. 


Quantity. 


Value. 


Duty. 


Quantity. 


Value. 


Duty Coll'd 




S 
12 


S cts. 
1 80 




S 


$ cts. 




$ 

12 

25,258 


S cts. 
1 80 












6,314 50 


















12 


1 80 










25,270 


6,316 30 














20,958 
127 


4,715 91 

28 58 










21,691 

127 

180 

68 

652 

3 

65 

3,620 

190,065 


4 972 46 












28 58 












63 00 




68 


15 30 










15 30 












228 20 
















1 05 
















22 75 
















1,267 00 
















66 522 75 




















21,153 


4,759 79 










216,471 


73,121 09 














Lb. 

497 


84 
131 


49 70 
70 00 


Lb. 






Lb. 

503 
700 
477 
230 
34,879 


86 

131 

71 

40 

12,913 


50 60 


700 








70 00 










71 55 














34 50 














5,231 85 
















1,197 


215 


119 70 








36,789 


13,241 


5,4.58 50 














15,761 


3,546 51 










15,935 

15 

30 

375 

8,741 

114 

U8 

5 

197,253 


3,607 41 












5 25 
















10 50 
















131 25 
















3,059 35 
















39 90 
















41 30 
















1 75 
















69,038 55 




















15,761 


3,546 51 










222,586 


75,935 26 
















5,206 
22 


780 90 
3 30 










6,719 

22 

387 

10,924 


1,J21 30 












3 30 












87 08 
















2,458 23 




















5,228 


784 20 










18,052 


3,669 91 
















435 


65 25 










435 
16,544 


65 25 












4, 136 00 




















435 


65 25 










16,979 


4,201 25 














163,554 


44,307 

4 

49 


16,. 355 40 

2 30 

22 40 








171,704 

23 

393 

62 


46, 262 

4 

89 

7 


17,577 90 


23 








2 30 


224 








47 75 










9 30 





























2,3.37 

30 

140 

1,807 

18 

27 

1,846,455 


682 

2 

16 

440 

2 

3 

505,826 


350 55 














4 50 














21 00 














271 05 














2 70 














4 05 














276,968 25 
















163,801 


44,360 


16,380 10 








2,022,996 


553,333 


295,259 35 













10 



CVSTOMS DEPARTMEXT 



7 GEORGE V, A. 1917 
No. 1. — General Statement 





Countries. 


Total Imports. 


Entered 


Articles Imported. 


Quantity. 


Value. 


General Tariff. 




Quantity. 


Value. 


Duty. 


Dutiable Goods — Con. 
Books, &c. — Con. 
Advertising chromos, chromo- 
types, oleographs or like work 
produced by any process other 
than hand painting or drawing, 
and having any advertise- 
ment or advertising matter 
printed, lithographed or stamp- 
ed thereon, or attached there- 
to, 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 


Unit'd Kingdom 


Lb. 

225 

127 

18,468 


$ 

61 

25 

10,078 


Lb. 


$ 


$ cts. 


127 
18,468 


25 
10,078 


19 05 


United States... 
Total 


2,770 20 


18,82)0 


10, 164 


18,595 


10, 103 


2,789 25 


Unit'd Kingdom 






33,824 

2 

999 

161,689 




1,552 

2 

999 

161,654 


155 20 






2Q 


ical players. 








99 90 








16, 165 40 




Total 












196,514 




164,307 


16,420 70 




Unit'd Kingdom 
B. W. Indies. 








Photographs, chromos, chromo- 
types, artotypes, oleographs, 
paintings, drawings, pictures, 
engravings, or prints, decalco- 




128,730 

10 

9 

4,625 




6,655 
10 
9 

4,625 
51 


1,497 37 






2 25 








2 03 








1,040 60 


Germany 






11 48 


proofs therefrom, and similar 
works of art, n.o.p.; blue 
prints and building plans 


Italy 




5 

506 

125 

414,856 












506 

125 

410,360 


113 85 








28 13 








92,333 25 




Total 












548,866 




422,341 


95,028 96 




Unit'd Kingdom 








Boot, shoe, shirt, and stay laces of 




33,478 




1,483 


444 90 










France. 




899 

183 

141,919 




544 


163 20 




















141,467 


42,440 10 




Total 












176,479 




143,494 


43,048 20 




Unit'd Kingdom 








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




72, 278 
6,943 

1 

1,405 

42 

3 
3,327 

8 

802 

924 

32, 147 




63 
6,943 

1 
1,405 


18 90 




2,082 90 


Azores & Ma- 
deira 










30 




China 






421 50 














Holland 






3 
509 

3 
802 


90 










170 70 




Miquelon and 
St. Pierre. . . . 






90 










240 60 














United States.. 
Total . . . 






32,069 


9,620 70 














117,880 




41,858 


12,557 40 




Unit'd Kingdom 
France 








Braces or suspenders and finished 
parts of. 




4.348 

4,321 

36,716 




140 

99 
30,716 


49 00 






34 65 








12,8.50 60 




Total 












45,385 




36,955 


12,934 25 











TRADE A^'D NAVIGATION 



11 



SESSIONAL PAPER No. 11 

OF Imports — Continued. 



for Home Consumption. 



Preferential Tariff. 


Treaty Rates. 




Total. 




Quantity. 


Value. 


Duty. 


Quantity. 


Value. 


Duty. 


Quantity. 


Value. 


Duty Coll'd 


Lb. 
225 


$ 

61 


$ cts. 
22 50 


Lb. 


$ 


$ cts. 


Lb. 

225 

127 

18,468 


$ 

01 

25 

10,078 


$ cts. 
22 50 










19 05 














2,770 20 
















225 


61 


22 50 








18,820 


\0, 164 


2,811 75 














32, 272 


1,613 60 










33,824 

2 

999 

161,654 


1,768 80 












20 
















99 90 
















16, 165 40 




















32,272 


1,613 60 










196,479 


18,034 30 
















123,852 


18,577 80 










130,507 

10 

9 

4,625 

51 


20,075 17 












2 25 
















2 03 
















1,040 60 
















11 48 
































506 

125 

410,360 


113 85 
















28 13 
















92,333 25 




















123,8.52 


18,577 80 










546, 193 


113,606 76 
















31,470 


6,294 00 




525 

409 

1,036 

183 


144 38 

112 48 

284,90 

50 36 




33,478 

409 

1,.580 

183 

141,467 


6,883,28 








112 48 












448 10 












50 36 












42,440 10 




















31,470 


6,294 00 




2,153 


592 12 




177,117 


49,934 32 










72,660 


14,532 00 










72,723 

6,943 

1 

1,405 

42 

3 

3,357 

8 

802 

924 

32,069 


14,550 90 












2,082 90 
















30 
















421 50 










42 


11 55 




11 55 












90 










2,788 
5 


766 70 
1 38 




937 40 












2 28 












240 60 










924 


254 10 




254 10 












9,620 70 




















72,660 


14,532 00 




3,759 


1,033 73 




118,277 


28,123 13 












3,822 


860 14 




402 
4,866 


120 60 
1,4,59 80 




4,364 

4,905 

36,716 


1,029 74 








1,494 45 












12,850 60 




















3,822 


860 14 




5,268 


1,580 40 




46,045 


15,374 79 











12 



CUSTOMS DEPARTMENT 



No. 1. 



7 GEORGE V, A. 1917 

-General Statement 





Countries. 


Total Imports. 


Entered 


Articles Imported. 


Quantity. 


Value. 


General Tariff. 




Quantity. 


Value. 


Duty. 


Dutiable Goods — Con. 

Brass and manufactures of — 
Brass in strips, sheets, or plates, 
not polished, planished, or 
coated . 


Unit'd Kingdom 
United States 




S 

301 
198,647 




$ 


5 cts. 






198,647 


19,864 70 


Total 










198,948 




198,647 


19,864 70 




Unit'd Kingdom 












199 
218,637 














218,637 


21,863 70 


feet in length. 


Total 










218,836 




218,637 


21,863 70 




Unit'd Kingdom 












274 
10,572 














10,572 


3,171 60 




Total 












10,846 




10,572 


3, 171 60 




Unit'd Kingdom 
United States. . 








Pumps, hand, n.o.p 




101 
14,303 












14, 085 


4, 225 50 




Total 












14,404 




14,085 


4,225 50 




Unit'd Kingdom 
United States... 

Total 

Unit' d Kingdom 










Lb. 

568 
331,602 


223 
91,595 


Lb. 








330, 138 


90,929 


11,366 44 




332,170 


91,018 


330,138 


90,929 


11,366 44 


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




6,268 

567 

157,860 
























157,860 


39,465 00 




Total 












164,695 




157,860 


39,465 00 




Unit'd Kingdom 
B. W. Indies. 












71,956 




2,852 


855 60 












Hong Kong 




115 

25 

5,573 

571 

9 

6,122 

2 

55 

39 

1,424,640 




115 
25 
774 
571 
9 
960 

2 

55 

40 

1,417,180 


34 50 










7 50 




France . . . 






232 20 




Holland 






171 30 




Italv 






2 70 




.Japan 






288 00 




Miquelon & St 






60 




Sweden 






16 50 










12 00 




United States.. 






425,154 00 




Total 












1,509.107 




1,422,583 


426,774 90 




Unit'd Kingdom 
B. W. Indies . . . 
Hong Kong .... 

France 

•Japan 

United States . 

Total 








Breadstuffs, &c , viz — 


24,690 

107,590 

290 

40 

1,950 

7,533 


1,646 

5,563 

16 

7 

87 

486 


















290 

40 

1 . 950 

7,523 


16 

7 

87 

480 


2 90 

40 

19 50 

75 23 




142,093 


7,805 


9,803 


596 


98 03 



TRADE AND NATIGATIOX 



13 



SESSIONAL PAPER No. 11 

OF Imports — Continued. 



for Home Consumption. 



Preferential Tariff. 


Treaty Rates. 




Total. 


, 


Quantity. 


Value. 


Duty. 


Quantity. 


Value. 


Duty. 


Quantity. 


Value. 


Duty CoU'd 




301 


S cts. 
15 05 




$ 


$ cts. 




$ 

301 
198,647 


S cts. 
15 05 












19,864 70 


















301 


15 05 










198,948 


19,879 75 














199 


9 95 










199 
218,637 


9 95 












21 863 70 




















199 


9 95 










218,8.36 


21 873 65 
















274 


54 80 










274 
10,572 


54 80 












3 171 60 




















274 


54 80 










10,846 


3,226 40 
















101 


20 20 










101 
14,085 


20 20 












4 225 50 




















101 


20 20 










14, 186 


4 245 70 














Lb. 

568 


223 


16 74 


Lb. 






Lb. 

568 
3.30,138 


223 
90,929 


16 74 










11 366 44 
















568 


223 


16 74 








330,706 


91,152 


11,383 18 














5,500 


962 54 




268 
567 


60 30 
127 57 




5,768 

567 

157,860 


1 022 84 








127 57 












39 465 00 




















5,500 


962 54 




835 


187 87 




164, 195 


40,615 41 










69, 173 
1 


13,834 60 
20 




147 


40 43 




72,172 

1 

115 

25 

5,691 

571 

9 

6,127 

9 

55 

79 

1,417,180 


14,730 63 






20 












34 50 










' 






7 50 










4,917 


1,352 32 




1,584 52 










- 


171 30 
















2 70 










5,167 


1,420 92 




1,708 92 












60 
















" 16 50 










39 


10 73- 




22 73 












425,154 00 




















69, 174 


13,834 80 




10,270 


2,824 40 




1,502,027 


443,434 10 










22,112 


1 , 594 
5,571 


110 4 
5.38 31 








92 112 

107! 062 

290 

40 

1,950 

7,523 


1,-594 

5,571 

16 

7 

87 

486 


110 54 


107,662 








538 31 










2 90 














40 














19 50 














75 23 
















129,774 


7.165 


648 85 




_ 




139,577 


7,761 


746 88 













14 



CUSTOMS DEPARTMENT 



No. 1. 



7 GEORGE V, A. 1917 
-General Statement 





Countries. 


Total Imports. 


Entered 


Articles Imported. 


Quantity. 


Value. 


General Tariff. 




Quantity. 


Value. 


Duty. 


Dutiable Goods — Con.. 

Breadstuff s, &c., viz.:— Con. 
Biscuits, not sweetened 


Unit'dKingdom 
B. W. Indies... 
Hong Kong .... 
New'foundland . . 


Lb. 

135,043 

44 

1,839 

8,298 

140 

30 

23,235 

48 
604,958 


13,538 

5 

88 

354 

14 

8 

2,091 

7 
40,058 


Lb. 

261 

44 

1,839 

8,298 

140 

30 

23,235 

48 
604,958 


$ 

71 

5 

88 

354 

14 

8 

2,091 

7 
40,058 


$ cts. 

17 75 

1 25 

22 00 

88 50 

3 50 




France 


2 00 




Japan 

Miquelon and 

St Pierre .... 
United States . 

Total 

Unit'dKingdom 

Hong Kong 

China 


522 75 

1 75 
10,014 50 




773,635 


56,163 


638,853 


42,696 


10,674 00 




548,081 

2,918 

25 

18 


98,202 

197 

1 

3 


957 

2,918 

25 

18 

669 

10,834 

100,588 


210 

197 

1 

3 

79 

879 

11,807 


83 00 




59 10 
30 




France 


90 




Holland 


23 70 




•Japan 


10,834 
100,588 


879 
11,807 


263 70 




United States... 
Total 

Unit'dKingdom 

Hong Kong 

China. 


3,542 10 




662,464 


111,089 


116,009 


13,176 


3,952 80 


Macaroni and vermicelli 


3,944 

27,601 

7,445 

290,951 

517,950 

23,703 

1,713,524 


307 

1,537 

345 

21,374 

28,798 

1,120 

104,683 


30 

27,. 581 

7,445 

875 

506,021 

2,401 

1,679,688 


3 

1,5.36 

345 

49 

27,112 

110 

102,097 


37 

344 76 

93 06 






10 93 




Italy 


6,325 26 






30 01 




United States... 
Total 

Unit'dKingdom 

B.India 

Hong Kong 

China 


20,996 38 




2,585,118 


158, 164 


2,224,041 


131,252 


27,800 77 


Rice, cleaned 


1,271,506 

234,240 

4,632,203 

14,621 

1,000 

2,00C 

75,480 

843,877 


34,204 

4,319 

100,609 

366 

28 

60 

2, 199 

39,059 


147,496 


5,526 


1,106 22 




4,632,003 

14,621 

1,000 

2,0(10 

32, 100 

823,397 


100,605 

36G 

28 

60 

1,065 

38,068 


34,740 05 
109 65 






7 50 




Norway 

Siam 


15 00 
240 75 




United States... 
Total 

Unit'd Kingdom 
B. W. Indies.. . 
B. Straits Set^ 

tlements 

Hong Kong 


6,175 47 




7,074,927 


180,844 


5,652,617 


145,718 


42,394 64 


Rice and sago flour, Cassava 
flour and rice meal 


. 20, 700 
10 

716,363 

47,6.50 

7,0.39 

132 

9,385 

241,113 


1,138 

1 

15,567 

1,912 

224 

15 

395 

12,781 


36 


6 


36 
















47,562 

7,039 

132 

9,385 

315,036 


1,907 

224 

15 

395 

18,758 


475 62 
70 39 




France 


1 32 
93 85 




United States... 

Total 

United States... 


3,150 36 




1,042,392 


32,033 


379, 190 


21,305 


3,791 90 


Rice bran 


76 


34 


76 


34 


5 95 



TRADE AXD yATIGATION 



15 



SESSIONAL PAPER No. 11 

OF Imports — Continued. 



for Home Consumption. 



Preferential Tariff. 


' 


rreaty Rat 


es. 




Total. 




Quantity. 


Value. 


Duty. 


Quantitj-.l Value. 


Duty. 


Quantity. 


Value. 


Duty CoU'd 


Lb. 
135,374 


$ 

13,513 


$ cts 

2,026 95 


Lb. 


$ 


$ cts. 


Lb. 

135,6.35 

44 

1,839 

8,298 

140 

30 

23,2.35 

.48 
604,958 


13,584 

88 

354 

14 

8 

2,091 

40,058 


$ cts. 

2,044 70 

1 25 
22 00 
88 50 

3 50 

2 00 
522 75 

1 75 
10,014 50 








- 


































































































135,374 


13,513 


2,026 95 








774,227 


56,209 


12,7C0 95 










551,350 


98,676 


19,735 20 








552,307 

2,918 

25 

18 

669 

10,834 

100,588 


98,886 

197 

1 

3 

79 

879 

11,807 


19,798 20 

59 10 

30 

90 

23 70 

263 70 

3,542 10 


















































































551,350 


98,676 


19,735 20 








667,359 


111,852 


23,688 00 










136 


18 


1 02 


3,988 


298 


39 88 


4,154 

27,581 

7,445 

303,4.38 

518,924 

23,703 

1,679,688 


319 

1,5.36 

345 

22,042 

27,874 

1,120 

102,097 


41 27 

344 76 

93 06 

3,036 56 

6,454 29 

943 03 




















302,563 
12,903 
21,302 


21,993 

762 

1,010 


3,025 63 
129 03 
213 02 




















20,996 .38 














136 


18 


1 02 


340,758 


24,063 


3,407 56 


2,564,933 


155,333 


31,209 35 


1,100,795 


28,627 
4,319 


5,503 98 
1,171 20 




1,248,291 

2.34,240 

4,632,003 

14,621 

1,C00 

2,000 

.32, 100 

823,397 


34,153 

4,319 

100, 605 

366 

28 

60 

1 , 065 

38,068 


6,610 20 

1,171 20 

.34,740 05 

109 65 


234, 240 






















































15 00 














940 75 














6 175 47 
















1,335,0.35 


32,946 


6,675 18 








6,987,652 


178,664 


49 069 82 












20, 592 


1,127 
1 

15,567 


154 44 
07 

5,372 77 




m 




20,628 
10 

716,363 

47,562 

7,0.39 

132 

9,. 385 

315,0.36 


1,133 

1 

15,567 

1,907 

224 

15 

395 

18,758 


1.54 80 


10 








07 


716,363 








5 372 77 








475 62 














70 39 














1 3'? 














93 85 














3 150 36 
















736,965 


16,695 


5,527 28 








1,116,155 


.38,000 


9,319 18 




















76 


34 


5 95 



















16 



CUSTOMS DEPARTMENT 



7 GEORGE V, A. 1917 
No. 1. — General Statement 





Countries. 


Total Imports. 


Entered 


Articles Imported. 


Quantity. 


Value. 


General Tariff. 




Quantity. 


Value. 


Duty. 


DuTL\BLE Goods — Con. * 
Breadstuff s, &c., viz — Con. 


Unit 'd Kingdom 
B. Straits Set- 
tlements 

Hong Kong 


Lb. 

14,245 

2,692,349 

227 

80 

90 

105 

114,081 


S 

751 

72,502 
5 
2 

15 

4 

5,480 


Lb. 

116 

42,979 

227 

80 

90 

105 

114,081 


10 

1,360 
5 

2 
15 
4 

5,480 


S cts. 
2 75 




374 00 
1 38 
55 






4 13 




Japan 

United States... 

Total 

Unit 'd Kingdom 

Hong Kong 

France 


1 10 
1,507 06 




2,821,177 


78,759 


157,678 


6,876 


1,890 97 




1,850 
6,752 


115 
230 










6,752 

132 

439,482 


230 

14 

16,935 


67 52 
1 32 




United States... 
Total 

Hong Kong 


496,660 


19,441 


4,394 82 




505,262 


19,786 


446,366 


17,179 


4,463 66 


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


Bush. 

1 

8 

32,943 


2 

8 

20,643 


Bush. 

1 

8 

32,943 


2 

8 

20,643 


15 

1 20 




United States... 
Total 

Unit'd Kingdom 

.Japan 

United States... 

Total 

Unit'd Kingdom 

Hong Kong 

Newfoundland. . 
New Zealand . . . 
China 


4,941 45 




32,952 


20,653 


32,952 


20,653 


4,942 80 


Barlejs pot, pearl, rolled. 


Lb. 

305,441 

200 

31,274 


22,971 

6 

1, 155 


Lb. 

7,200 

200 

31,274 


1,143 

6 

1,1.55 


342 90 




1 80 
346 50 




336,915 


24, 132 


38,674 


2,304 


691 20 


Beans, n.o.p 


Bush. 

110 

3,517 

6 

6 

325 

6 

41 

37 

85,7.38 

142, 108 


309 

3,454 

19 

27 

292 

35 

202 

54 

192,914 

423,522 


Bu.sh. 

78 

3,510 

6 

6 

325 

6 

41 

52 

76,700 

130,774 


184 

3,448 

19 

27 

292 

35 

202 

81 

168,391 

388,3.53 


19 50 

877 50 

1 50 

1 50 

81 25 






1 50 




Holland 

Italy 

Japan 

United States... 

Total 

Japan 

United States... 

Total 

United States... 

Unit'dKingdom 

Japan 

United States... 

Total 


10 25 

13 00 

19, 175 00 

32,693 50 




231,894 


620,828 


211,498 


561,032 


52,874 50 




3,488 
419 


2,425 
397 


3,488 
419 


2,425 
397 


523 20 




62 85 




3,907 


2,822 


3,907 


2,822 


586 05 


Indian corn for purposes of 


378,961 


265,573 


378,961 


265,573 


28,422 13 




Oats 


3,648 

1,277 

2,852,701 


3,721 

497 

1,291,714 


10 

1,277 

2,7.57,403 


10 

497 

1,229,813 


1 00 
127 70 

275,746 30 




2,857,626 


1,295,932 


2,758,750 


1,230,320 


275,875 00 



TRADE AND NAVIGATION 



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SESSIONAL PAPER No. 11 

OF Imports — Continued. 



for Home Consumption. 



Preferential TarifT. 


Treaty Rates. 




Total. 




Quantity. 


Value. 


Duty. 


Quantity. 


Value. 


Duty. 


Quantity. 


Value. 


Duty Coll'd 


Lb. 
14,139 


743 
70,499 


S cts. 

130 03 
12,337 48 


Lb. 


$ 


$ cts. 


Lb. 

14,255 

2,650,347 

227 

80 

90 

105 

114,081 


$ 

753 

71,859 
5 
2 

15 

4 

5,480 


$ cts. 

132 78 

12,711 48 
1 38 

55 
4 13 

1 10 
1,507 06 


2,"607,368 












































































2,621,507 


71,242 


12,467 51 








2,779,185 


78,118 


14,358 48 










1,850 


115 


13 87 








1,850 

6,752 

132 

439,482 


115 

230 

14 

16,935 


13 87 










67 52 














1 32 














4 394 8'' 
















1,850 


115 


13 87 








448,216 


17,294 


4,477 53 










Bush. 






Bush. 






Bush. 

1 

8 

32,943 


2 

8 

20,643 


15 














1 20 














4 941 45 




























32,952 


20,653 


4,942 80 














Lb. 

298, 134 


21,752 


4,350 40 


Lb. 






Lb. 

305,334 

200 

31,274 


22,895 

6 

1,155 


4,693 30 
1 80 






















346 50 
















298, 134 


21,752 


4,350 40 








336,808 


24,056 


5,041 60 










Bush. 
36 


137 


5 40 


Bush. 






Bush. 

114 

3,510 

6 

6 

325 

6 

41 

52 

76,700 

130,774 


321 

3,448 

19 

27 

292 

35 

202 

81 

168,391 

388,353 


24 90 










877 50 














1 50 














1 50 














81 25 














1 50 














10 25 














13 00 














19 175 00 














32,693 50 














36 


137 


5 40 








211,534 


561, 169 


52,879 90 
























3,488 
419 


2,425 
397 


523 20 














62 85 




























3,907 


2,822 


586 05 




























378,961 


265,573 


28,422 13 














3,638 


3,711 


254 66 








3,648 

1,277 

2,757,463 


3,721 

497 

1,229,813 


255 66 










127 70 














275,746 30 














3,638 


3,711 


254 66 








2,762,388 


1,234,031 


276,129 66 














11— ii— 2 



CUSTOMS DEPARTMENT 



7 GEORGE V, A. 1917 
No. 1. — General Statement 





Countries. 


Total Imports. 


Entered 


Articles Imported. 


Quantity. 


Value. 


General Tariff. 




Quantity. 


Value. 


Duty. 


Dutiable Goods — Con. 

Breadstuffs, &c., viz. — Con. 
Grain and products of — Con. 
Pease, n.op 


Unit'd Kingdom 

Hong Kong 

Newfoundland . . 
New Zealand . . 
China 


Bush. 

1,720 

78 

2,014 

83 

3 

10,886 

470 

11,227 


5,110 

96 

18 

3,044 

82 

28 

19,512 

1,179 

32, 159 


Bush. 

180 

78 

7 

68 

83 

3 

11,068 

470 

11,224 


445 

96 

18 

2.33 

82 

28 

19,745 

1,179 

32,116 


S cts. 
27 00 




11 70 
1 05 

10 20 

12 45 




Holland 

Japan 


45 
1,660 20 






70 50 




United States. . . 
Total 

Unit 'd Kingdom 
United States... 

Total 

Unit'd Kingdom 
United States... 

Total 

Unit'd Kingdom 


1,683 60 




26,488 


61,228 


23, 181 


53,942 


3,477 15 


Rve 


72 
6,013 


118 
6,708 










6,013 


6,708 


601 30 




6,085 


6,826 


6,013 


6,708 


601 30 


Wheat 


78 
12,806,236 


20 
17,124,661 


78 
224,321 


20 
253,117 


9 36 




26,918 52 




12,806,314 


17,124,681 


224,399 


253,137 


26,927 88 






8,333 

422 

43,697 




818 

422 

43,700 


143 15 








73 85 




United States... 






7,647 91 




Total 












52,452 




44,940 


7,864 91 




Unit'dKingdom 

.Japan 

United States... 

Total 

.Japan 

United States... 

Total 

Unit'd Kingdom 
United States... 

Total 

United States... 

Unit'dKingdom 

Hong Kong 

Newfoundland. . 
United States... 

Total 








Buckwheat meal or flour 


Cwt. 

9 

6 
1,076 


35 

19 

3,938 


Cwt. 








6 
1,077 


19 
3,942 


3 00 

538 52 




1,091 


3,992 


1,083 


3,961 


541 52 




Brl. 

1 
53,426 


4 
180,815 


Brl. 

1 
53,427 


4 

180,819 


25 




13,356 75 




53,427 


180,819 


53,428 


180,823 


13,357 00 


Oat meal and rolled oats 


Lb. 

9,. 536 
5,481 


572 
343 


Lb. 

358 
5,481 


22 
343 


2 16 
32 88 




15,017 


915 


5,839 


365 


35 04 


Rye flour 


Brl. 

5,723 


26,467 


Brl. 

5,723 


26,467 


2,861 50 






Wheat flour 


7 

88 

35 

.34,4.59 


47 

874 

262 

179,407 


6 

8.S 

35 

34,460 


36 

874 

262 

179,414 


3 60 

52 80 

21 00 

20,076 00 




34,589 


180,590 


34,589 


180,. 586 


20,753 40 



TRADE AND NAVIGATION 



19 



SESSIONAL PAPER No. 11 

OF Imports — Continued. 



for Home Consumption. 



Pre 


ferential 1 


ariff. 




Ireaty Ra 


es. 




Total. 




Quantity. 


Value. 


Duty. 


Quantity. 


Value. 


Duty. 


Quantity. 


Value. 


Duty Coll'd 


Bush. 
1,540 


$ 

4,665 


$ cts. 
154 00 


Bush. 


$ 


$ cts. 


Bush. 

1,720 

78 

2,014 

83 

3 

11,068 

470 

11,224 


5,110 

96 

18 

3,044 

82 

28 

19,745 

1,179 

32,116 


$ ftS. 

181 00 

11 70 
1 05 

204 80 

12 45 
45 

1 fififl 20 






















1,946 


2,811 


194 60 




















































70 .50 
1 683 fiO 




























3,486 


7,476 


348 60 








26,667 


61,418 


3 825 75 












72 


118 


5 04 








72 
6,013 


118 
6,708 


5 04 










601 30 














72 


118 


5 04 








6,085 


6,826 


606 34 
























78 


20 
253,117 


9 36 














224,321 


26,918 52 


























224,399 


253,137 


26,927 88 
















7,515 


1, 127 25 










8,333 

422 

43,700 


1 270 40 














73 85 
















7 647 91 




















7,515 


1, 127 25 










52,455 


8,992 16 














Cwt. 

9 


35 


3 15 


Cwt. 






Cwt. 

9 

6 

1,077 


35 

19 

3,942 


3 15 










3 00 














538 52 
















9 


35 


3 15 








1,092 


3,996 


544 67 












Brl. 






Brl. 






Brl. 

1 
.53,427 


4 
180,819 


-'5 














13,356 75 


























53,428 


180,823 


13 357 00 
















Lb 
9,318 


557 


37 21 


Lb 






Lb 

9,676 
5,481 


579 
343 


39 37 










32 88 
















9,318 


557 


37 21 








15, 1.57 


922 


72 25 












Brl. 






Brl. 






BrL 
5,723 


26,467 


2,861 50 
















1 


11 


40 








7 

88 

35 

.34,460 


47 

874 

262 

179,414 


4 00 










52 80 














21 00 














20,676 00 
















1 


11 


40 








34,590 


180,597 


20,753 80 













11— ii— 2i 



20 



CUSTOMS DEPARTMENT 



No. 1. 



7 GEORGE V, A. 1917 

-General Statement 





Countries. 


Total Imports. 


Entered 


Articles Imported. 


Quantity. 


Value. 


General Tariff. 




Quantity. 


Value. 


Duty. 


Dutiable Goods — Con. 

Breadstuffs, &c., viz — Con. 
Grain and products of — Con. 
Hominy, cracked, evaporated 


Unit'd Kingdom 
United States.. 




S 

2 
17,793 




9 

17,763 


$ cts. 
35 


or dried corn. 






3 108 77 




Total 












17,795 




17,765 


3 109 12 




Unit'd Kingdom 
LTnited States... 








.Cattle food containing molas- 




2,361 
773 




773 




ses. 






154 60 




Total 












3,134 




773 


154 60 




Unit'd Kingdom 
Hon" Kong 








Cereal foods prepared, n.o.p. 




2,425 

223 

53 

258 

117 

42,261 




267 
223 
53 
438 
117 
42,261 


53 40 






44 60 




Newfoundland . . 






10 60 




France 






87 60 










23 40 










8,452 20 




Total . . . 












45,337 




43,359 


8,671 80 




Unit'd Kingdom 

Hong Kong 

China. . 








Cereal foods prepared, in pack- 
ages not exceeding 25 lbs. 
weight each. 


Lb. 

74,422 

5,307 

167 

1,279 

9,375 

2,658,493 


9,443 

374 

18 

352 

455 

142,649 


Lb. 

1,534 

5,187 
167 
679 

9,375 
2,657,942 


225 

366 

18 

97 

455 

141,4.38 


61 88 

100 65 

4 95 




France 


26 68 




Japan 


125 13 




United States... 
Total 

Unit'd Kingdom 
B. India 


38,896 51 




2,749,043 


153,291 


2,674,884 


142,599 


39,215 80 


All other broad.stufTs, n. o. p . . . 


8,876 

14 

4,134 

970 

232 

1,349 

104,561 




309 


54 08 












Hong Kong 






4,122 

970 

232 

1,340 

104,567 


721 35 




C'hina 






169 75 




France 






40 60 




Japan 






236 07 




United States. . 






18,299 71 




Total 












120, 136 




111,549 


19,521 56 


- 


LTnited States. . . 








Grain, flour and 'meal, etc., of 




1,389 




1,389 


347 25 


all kind.s wlion damaged by 
water in transit or prior to 
importation into Canada. 
Bricks and tiles. .S'ce Earthenware 


Unit'd Kingdom 
United States. . 










881 
12 








Bath brick. 






12 


3 30 




Total 












893 




12 


3 30 




Unit'd Kingdom 
United States. . 








Building blocks, partition 




1 855 








liullow and fire proof buihling 




130,103 




136,103 


30,636 87 


tile 


Total 












138,018 




136,163 


30,636 87 















TRADE AXD XATIGATIOX 



21 



SESSIONAL PAPER No. 11 
OF Imports — Continued. 



for Home Consumption. 



Preferential Tariff. 


Treaty Rates. 




Total. 




Quantity. 


Value. 


Duty. 


Quantity. 


Value. 


Duty. 


Quantity. 


Value. 


Duty Coll'd 




S 


$ cts. 




$ 


S <-ts. 




$ 

2 
17,763 


$ cts. 
35 
















3,108 77 






























17,765 


3 109 r> 




















2,361 


354 15 










2,361 
773 


354 15 












154 60 




















2,361 


354 15 










3,134 


508 75 














2,070 


310 50 










2,337 

223 

53 

438 

117 

42,261 


363 90 
44 60 


























10 60 
















87 60 
















23 40 
















8,452 20 


















2,070 


310 50 










45,429 


8,982 30 












Lb. 
72,992 


9,198 


1,839 60 


Lb. 






Lb. 

74,526 

5,187 

167 

679 

9,375 

2,657,942 


9,423 

366 

IS 

97 

455 

141,438 


1 901 48 










100 65 














4 95 














26 68 














125 13 














38,896 51 














72,992 


9,198 


1,839 60 








2,747,876 


151,797 


41,055 40 














8,288 
14 


1,243 20 
2 10 










8,597 

14 

4,122 

970 

232 

1 , 349 

104,567 


1 297 28 












2 10 












721 35 
















169 75 
















40 00 
















236 07 
















18,299 71 




















8,302 


1,245 30 










119,851 


20 766 86 




























1,389 


347 25 






















881 


132 15 










881 
12 


132 15 












3 30 




















881 


132 15 










893 


135 45 
















1,855 


231 88 










1,855 
136,163 


231 88 












30,636 87 




















1,855 


23-1 88 










138,018 


30,868 75 















22 



GUS^TOMS DEPARTMENT 



7 GEORGE V, A. 1917 

No. 1. — Geneeal Statement 





Countries. 


Total Imports. 


Entered 


Articles Imported. 


Quantity. 


Value. 


General Tariff. 




Quantity. 


Value. 


Duty. 


DuTL\BLE Goods — Con. 

Bricks and tiles — Con. 
Building brick 


Unit'd Kingdom 
United States. . 

Total 

Unit'd Kingdom 


M. 

376 
9,490 


S 

4,632 
105,162 


M. 

25 
9,490 


313 
105, 162 


$ cts. 

70 43 
23,661 81 




9,866 


109,794 


9,515 


105,475 


23,732 24 


Fire brick, n. o. p 




34,502 
281,093 




484 
281,093 


108 90 






63,246 74 




Total 












315,595 




281,577 


63,355 64 




Unit'd Kingdom 
United States. . 

Total 

Unit'd Kingdom 










1,116 
4,839 


15,267 
62,585 


11 

4,839 


254 
62,585 


57 15 




14,081 77 




5,955 


77,852 


4,850 


62,839 


14, 138 92 






53 
859 














859 


171 80 




Total 












912 




859 


171 80 




Unit'd Kingdom 








Drain pipes, sewer pipes and 




12,398 
21,750 




351 

21,930 


122 85 






7,675 50 


chimney linings or vents, 
chimney tops and inverted 
blocks, glazed or unglazed. 

Manufactures of clay, n. o. p. . . . 


Total.. 










34,148 




22,281 


7,798 35 


Unit'd Kingdom 










9,849 

2 

54,196 












2 
54,196 


45 










12,194 70 




Total . . 












64,047 




54,198 


12,195 15 




Unit'd Kingdom 
United States... 

Total 

Unit'd Kingdom 
Hong Kong . 








British gum, dry sizing cream and 
Aoamel sizing. 


Lb. 

277, 152 
3,192,361 


9,012 

85, 296 


Lb. 
22,750 
3,192,361 


637 

85, 296 


63 70 
8,529 60 




3,469,513 


94,308 


3,215,111 


85,933 


8,593 30 






594 

93 

2 

21 

290 

7,318 




61 

93 

2 

21 

290 
7,344 


12 20 








18 60 










40 




France ... 






4 20 




.Japan 






58 00 




United States... 
Total 






1,468 80 












8,318 




7,811 


1,562 20 




Unit'd Kingdom 
B. W. Indies.... 








Brushes of all kinds 




62, 266 




1.799 


494 72 










Hong Kong . . . 




539 

1 

114 

25,849 

15 




539 

1 

114 

3,632 

15 

5,801 

96 

182, 769 


148 23 




Xewfoundland. . 






28 




( 'hina 






31 35 




France . . 






998 80 




Holland 






4 13 




•Japan 




86 514 

96 

183,091 




1,595 20 




Sweden 






26 40 




United States. .. 




50,283 61 




Total 










358,485 




194,766 


53,. 562 72 














11 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 11 

OF Imports — Continued. 



TRADE AXD XATIGATION 



23 



for Home Consumption. 



Preferential Tariff. 


Treaty Rates. 




Total. 




Quantity. 


Value. 


Duty. 


Quantity. 


Value. 


Duty. 


Quantity . 


Value. 


Duty CoU'd 


M. 
351 


S 
4,319 


.? cts. 
539 90 


M. 


S 


§ cts. 


M. 

376 
9,490 


S 

4,6.32 
105, 162 


S cts. 
610 33 










23,661 81 
















351 


4,319 


539 90 








9,866 


109,794 


24,272 14 














34,018 


4,252 36 










34,502 
281,093 


4,361 26 












63,246 74 




















34,018 


4,252 36 










315,595 


67,608 00 














1 105 


15,013 


1,876 63 








1,116 
4,839 


15,267 
62,585 


1,933 78 










14,081 77 
















1,105 


15,013 


1,876 63 








5,955 


77,852 


16,015 55 














53 


7 95 










53 
859 


7 95 












171 80 




















53 


7 95 










912 


179 75 
















12,090 


3,022 50 










12,441 
21,930 


3,145 35 












7,675 50 




















12,090 


3,022 50 










34,371 


10,820 85 
















9,849 


1,231 29 










9,849 
2 

54,196 


1,231 29 












45 
















12,194 70 




















9,849 


1,231 29 










64, 047 


13,426 44 














Lb. 
254,402 


8,375 


418 75 


Lb. 






Lb. 

277, 152 
3,192,361 


9.012 

85,296 


482 45 










8,529 60 
















254 402 


8,375 


418 75 








3,469,513 


94,308 


9,012 05 














545 


81 75 










606 

93 

2 

21 

290 

7,344 


93 95 












18 60 
















40 
















4 20 
















58 00 
















1,468 80 




















.545 


81 75 










8,3.56 


1,643 95 
















58,4.59 

1 


10,231 01 
18 




1,767 


441 75 




62,025 

1 

539 

1 

114 

25,849 

15 

86,229 

96 

182,769 


11, 167 48 








18 




* 








148 23 
















28 
















31 35- 










22, 217 


5,554 25 




6,553 05 












4 13 










80 428 


20, 107 00 




21,702 20 












26 40 
















50,263 61 






1 












58,460 


10,231 19 




104,412 


26, 103 00 




357,638 


89,896 91 











24 



CUSTOMS DEPARTMENT 



7 GEORGE V, A. 1917 

Xo. 1. — General Statement 





Total Imports. 






Entered 


Articles Imported. i Countries. 


Quantity.' 


Value. 


General Tariff. 




Quantity. 


Value. 


Duty. 


DrxL^BLE Goods — Con. 
Buttons, shoe, n.o.p 

• 






$ 

2,933 




2,933 


S cts. 
733 25 


Unit'd Kingdom 
France 








Buttons of vegetable ivory 


Gross. 
2,424 
6 
3.643 

9,231 


1.613 

7 

1,073 

11, 547 


Gross. 

890 

6 

3,643 

9, 231 


499 

1,073 
11,547 


194 20 
2 40 




Italy 

United States. . . 

Total 

Unit'd Kingdom 


504 05 
3,925 65 




15,304 


14,240 


13,770 


13, 126 


4, 626 30 






47,480 

8 

7,953 

5,088 

66,435 

448,673 




2,695 


943 Oa 


not, n.o.p., including recogni- 
tion buttons, and collar and 




8 ■'> 80 






S64i 302 40 


Italv 




5.0S7 1,780 45 








7. 7041 2.7'>7 90 




United States... 




448.266 156,893 10 




Total 










575, 637 




464,714 162.649 90 




United States. . 












5,472 




5,472 


547 20 


in the rough. 
Candles, paraffine wax 


Unit'd Kingdom 

Hong Kong 

France 






Lb. 

14,009 

20 

481 

167,618 


1,376 

1 

240 

22, 114 


Lb. 
309 
20 

4S1 
167,91s 


32 

1 
240 


8 00 

25 

60 00 




United States... 
Total 

Unit'd Kingdom 
Hong Kong 


22.141 5,535 25 




182,128 


23,731 


168,728 


22,414 


5,603 50 


Candles, all other, n.o.p 


41,149 

71 

3,312 

148 

348, 733 


5,488 

5 

710 

21 

45,010 


348 

71 

3,312 

148 

348.589 


84 

5 

710 


21 00 

1 25 

177 .iO 




Japan 


211 5 25 




United States... 
Total 

Unit'd Kingdom 


44,98Si 11,247 00 




393.413 


51,234 


352,468 


45.808 


11,452 00 


Cane reed or rattan, not further 




122 

2,500 

11 

4,193 




9 

2,500 

11 

4,193 


90 


manufactured than split, n.o.p. 






250 00 








1 10 




United States. . . 
Total. 






419 30 












6.826 




6,713 


671 30 




Unit'd Kingdom 
United States . . 

Total 

Unit'dKindgom 
France.. 








Carriages and vehicles — 
Automobiles and motor vehicles 


No. 

28 
8,377 


23.095 
5.790,498 


No.- 
3 
8,026 


2,450 
5,065,827 


857 50 
1,773,039 45 




8,405 


5,813.593 


8,029 


5,068,277 


1,773,89695 


Automobiles and motor vehi- 




12.835 

14 

4, 693, COS 




448 

14 

4.536,731 


135 81 


cles, parts of, n.o.p. 






3 85 




United States.. 




1.416,590 90 




Total.. 










4.705,852 




4,537.193 


1,416,730 56 




Unit'd Kingdom 
L'nited States... 

Total 






Buggies, carriages, r Measure carts 
and vehicles, n.o.p. 


1 

570 


33 
27,335 








533 


26.921 


9.422 35 




571 


27.368 


533 


26.921 


9.422 35 



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OF Imports — Continued. 



for Home Consumption. 



Preferential Tariff. 




Treaty Rates. 




Total. 




Quantity. 


Value. 


Duty. 


Quantity. 


Value. 


Duty. 


Quantity. 


Value. 


Duty Coll'd 




S 


S cts. 




$ 


$ cts. 




$ 
2,933 


$ cts. 
733 25 














Gross. 

2,427 

6 

3,643 

9,231 




Gross. 
1,537 


1,119 


300 65 


Gross. 






1,618 

7 

1,073 

11,547 


494 85 










2 40 














504 05 














3 925 65 
















1,537 


1,119 


300 65 








15,307 


14,245 


4,926 95 












39,900 


8,979 70 




4,971 


1,491 30 




47,572 

8 

7,952 

5,088 

66, 119 

448, 266 


11,414 25 
2 80 
















7,088 

1 

58,325 


2, 126 40 

30 

17,497 50 




2 428 80 












1 780 75 












20 225 40 












156 893 10 




















39,906 


8,979 70 




70,385 


21,115 50 




575,005 


192 745 10 






















5,472 


547 20 


















Lb. 

27,378 


2,636 


39b 40 


Lb. 






Lb. 

27,687 

20 

481 

167,918 


2,068 

1 

240 

22,141 


403 40 










25 














60 00 














5 535 25 
















27,378 


2,636 


395 40 








196, 106 


25,050 


5 998 90 












41,011 


5,386 


807 90 








41,359 

71 

3,312 

148 

348,589 


5,470 

5 

710 

21 

44,988 


828 90 










1 25 














177 50 














5 25 














11,247 00 
















41,011 


5,386 
113 


807 90 








393,479 


51,194 


12,259 90 














8 48 










122 

2,500 

11 

4,193 


9 38 












250 00 
















1 10 
















419 30 




















113 


8 48 










6,826 


679 78 














24 


20,902 


4,703 00 


No. 

2 


150 


45 00 


No. 

29 
8,026 


23,502 
5,065,827 


5,605 50 
1,773,039 45 
















24 
/ . 


20, 902 


4,703 00 


2 


150 


45 00 


8,055 


5,089,329 


1,778,644 95 




13,287 


2,663 94 










13, 735 

14 

4,536,731 


2,799 75 












3 85 
















1,416,590 90 




















13,287 


2,663 94 










4,550,480 


1,419,394 50 














1 


33 


7 43 








1 
533 


33 
26,921 


7 43 










9,422 35 
















1 


33 


7 43 








534 


26,954 


9,429 78 













26 



CUSTOMS DEPAHTMEXT 



No. 1. 



7 GEORGE V, A. 1917 

-General Statement 





Countries. 


Total Imports. 


Entered 


Articles Imported. 


Quantity. 


Value. 


General Tariff. 




Quantity. 


Value. 


Duty. 


Dutiable Goods — Con. 

Carriages and vehicles — Con. 
Cutters 


United States... 

United States... 

Unit 'd Kingdom 
United States... 

Total 

Unit'd Kingdom 
United States. . 


No. 

4 


S 

112 


No. 

4 


$ 

112 


$ cts. 
39 20 








2,778 


60,029 


2,778 


60,029 


15,007 25 






Freight wagons and drays 


75 

82 


2,373 
6,925 








82 


6,925 


1,731 25 




157 


9,298 


82 


6,925 


1,731 25 


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




147 
97,542 












97,660 


24,415 00 


Total. . 










97,689 




97,660 


24,415 00 




Unit'd Kingdom 








Complete parts of buggies, carri- 
ages and vehicles, n.o.p., in- 
cluding parts of cutters, chil- 
dren's carriagesandsleds.n.o.p. 




146 
22,609 












22,609 


7,913 15 


Total. 










22,755 




22,609 


7,913 15 


United States... 

United States... 

Unit'd Kingdom 
United States. . 

Total 

Unit'd Kingdom 








Cars, railway, passenger 


15 


91,208 
21,806 


15 

37 


91,208 


27,362 40 


Cars, railway, box and flat 


38 


18,278 


5,483 40 


Cars, other, n.o.p 


6 
939 


238 
129, 142 








939 


129, 142 


38,742 60 




945 


129,380 


939 


129.142 


38,742 60 






3,315 










224,690 




224,690 


67,407 00 




Total 

Unit'd Kingdom 












228 005 




224,690 


67,407 00 










Scrapers, railway or road 




9 
9,378 










9,. 378 


2,813 40 




Total 












9,387 




9,378 


2,813 40 




United States. . 

Unit'd Kingdom 
United States. . 

Total... \... 

Unit'd Kingdom 
United States . 

Total 






Sleighs 


234 


6,203 


234 


6,203 


1,5.50 75 








6 
5,220 


102 
.34,870 








carts. 


5,220 


34,870 


10,461 00 




5,226 


34,072 


5,220 


34,870 


10,461 00 


T>i'y( li's iiiid tricycles, n.o.p. , . . 


3,700 
2. 1.58 


.52,611 
17,720 


24 
2,114 


391 
17,388 


117 30 
5,216 40 




5,858 


70,337 


2,1.38 


17,779 


5,. 333 70 



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27 



SESSIONAL PAPER No. 11 

OF Imports — Continued. 



for Home Consumption. 



Preferential Tariff. 


Treaty Ra 


tes. 




Total. 




Quantity. 


Value. 


Duty. 


Quantity. 


Value. 


Duty. 


_Quantity. 


Value. 


Duty Coll'd 


No. 


$ 


S cts. 


No. 


S 


$ cts 


No. 

4 


112 


$ cts. 
39 20 




























2,778 


60,029 


15,007 25 
















75 


2,373 


415 28 








75 

82 


2,373 
6,925 


415 28 










1,731 25 
















75 


2,373 


415 28 






157 


9,298 


2,146 53 






■ 






147 


25 73 








147 
97,660 


25 73 










24,415 00 








1 








147 


25 73 










97,807 


24,440 73 
















146 


32 85 










146 
22,609 


32 85 












7,913 15 






! 












146 


32 85 










22,755 


7,946 00 
























15 


91,208 


27, 362 40 


























37 


18, 278 


5,483 40 
















6 


238 


47 60 






6 
939 


238 
129, ]42 


47 'eo 










38,742 60 
















6 


238 


47 60 








945 


129,380 


38,790 20 














3,315 


603 00 










3,315 
224, 690 


663 00 






- 






67,407 00 




















3,315 


663 00 










228,005 


68,070 00 
















9 


1 80 






> 




9 
9,378 


1 80 












2,813 40 




















9 


1 80 










9,387 


2,815 20 


























234 


6,203 


1,550 75 
















6 


102 


20 40 








6 
5,220 


102 
34,870 


20 40 










10,461 00 
















6 


102 


20 40 








5,226 


34,972 


10,481 40 












3,897 


56,462 


11,292 40 








3,921 
2,114 


56,853 
17,388 


11,409 70 










5 216 40 
















3,897 


56,462 


11,292 40 








6,035 


74, 241 


16,626 10 













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CUSTOMS DEPARTMENT 



No. 1. 



7 GEORGE V, A. 1917 

-General Statement 





Countries. 


Total Imports. 


Entered 


Articles Imported. 


Quantity. 


Value. 


General Tariff. 




Quantity. 


Value. 


Duty. 


Dutiable Goods — Con. 

Carriages and vehicles — Con. 
Bicycles and tricycles, parts of, 
including nickel or electro- 


Unit'd Kingdom 
Japan 




$ 

26,072 

22 

96, 173 




$ 

909 

22 

90,122 


$ cts. 
272 70 






6 60 


plated parts for the manu- 


United States 




27,036 60 


facture of bicycles. 


Total 










122, 267 




91,053 


27,315 90 




Unit'd Kingdom 
.Japan 








Children's carriages and sleds 




3,469 

2 

300,330 




158 

2 

300,999 


55 30 








70 




United States. . 




105,349 65 




Total 












303,801 




.301, 159 


105,405 65 




Unit'd Kingdom 
Japan 


' 






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


Yd. 

1,992 
3,?81 
1,841 


1,967 

1,491 

795 


Yd. 








3,281 
1,841 


1,491 
795 


521 85 




United States. . 
Total 

Unit'd Kingdom 
Unitt^d States.. 


278 25 




7,114 


4,253 


5,122 


2,2S6 


800 10 


Carpet linings and stair pads. . 




71 
1,324 












1,324 


331 00 




Total 










1,395 




1,324 


331 00 




Unit'd Kingdom 
United States... 

Total 

Unit'd Kingdom 
United States.. 






Carpet sweepers and hand vacuum 


No. 

40 
16,699 


165 
74,303 


No. 






cleaners. 


16,949 


75, 069 


22,520 70 




16,739 


74,528 


16,949 


75,069 


22,520 70 


Cash registers and parts of 




1,455 
60,711 












60,711 


18,213 30 




Total 












62,166 




60,711 


18,213 30 




Unit'd Kingdom 
United States.. 








Celluloid, moulded into sizes for 




854 
61 








handles of knives and forks, not 




61 


6 10 


bored or otherwise manu- 
factured; moulded celluloid 


Total.. 








915 




61 


6 10 


balls and cylinders coated with 
tin-foil or not, but not finished 
or further manufactured, and 
celluloid lamp shade blanks and 
coiril) blanks. 
Celluloid, manufactures of, n.o. p. 


Unit'd Kingdom 
Hong Kong 








8,945 

4 

3,231 

10 

8 

5 

43,472 




1,177 

4 

3,231 

10 

8 

5 

43,444 


205 97 
70 


• 


France 




565 35 




Italy 




1 75 




Japan 




1 40 




Switzerland 






88 




United States... 




7,603 62 




Total 










55,675 




47,879 


8,379 67 




France 








Celluloid, xylonite or xyolite in 




513 
9 985 




513 
9,985 


15 65 








509 25 


bars, not further manufactured 
than iiioiildcd or pressed. 


Total 












10,498 




10,498 


524 90 














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OF Imports — Continued. 



TRADE AND XAVIGATIOX 



29 



for Home Consumption. 



Preferential Tariflf. 




rreaty Rat 


es. 




Total. 




Quantity. 


Value. 


Duty. 


Quantity. 


Value. 


Duty. 


Quantity. 


Value. 


Duty ColI'd 




25,336 


S cts. 
5,067 20 




$ 


$ cts. 




26, 245 

22 

90,122 


S cts. 

5,339 90 
6 60 


























27 036 60 




















25,336 


5,067 20 










116,389 


32,383 10 














3,311 


745 00 










3,469 

2 

300, 999 


800 30 












70 
















105,349 65 


















3,311 


745 00 










304,470 


106 150 65 














Yd. 
1,992 


1,967 


491 75 


Yd. 


■ 




Yd. 

1,992 
3,281 
1,841 


1,967 

1,491 

795 


491 75 










521 85 














278 35 
















1,992 


1,967 


491 75 








7,114 


4,253 


1 291 85 














71 


12 43 










71 
1,324 


12 43 












331 00 




















71 


12 43 










1,395 


343 43 














No. 

40 


165 


33 00 


No. 






No. 

40 
16,949 


165 
75,069 


33 00 










99 590 70 
















40 


165 


33 00 








16,989 


75, 234 


99 553 70 














1,455 


291 00 










1,455 
60,711 


291 00 












18 ''13 30 




















1,455 


291 00 










62,166 


18 504 30 
















854 


42 70 










854 
61 


42 70 












6 10 




















854 


42 70 










915 


48 80 
















7,738 


1,160 70 










8,915 

4 

3,231 

10 

8 

5 

43,444 


1 366 67 












70 
















565 35 
















1 75 
















1 40 
















88 
















7,603 62 






• 














7,738 


1,160 70 










55,617 


9,540 37 




























513 
9,985 


15 65 
















509 25 
















10,498 


524 90 



















30 



CUSTOMS DEPARTMENT 



No. 1. 



7 GEORGE V, A. 1917 
-General Statement 





Countries. 


Total Imports. 


Entered 


Articles Imported. 


Quantity. 


Value. 


General Tariff. 




Quantity. 


Value. 


Duty. 


Dutiable Goods — Con. 

Cement, Portland and hydraulic 
or water-line. 


Unit'd Kingdom 
United States... 

Total 

Unit'd Kingdom 
France.. 


Cwt. 

1,067 
93,475 


475 
.36,696 


Cwt. 


$ 


$ cts. 


93,073 


36,576 


9,307 30 




94,542 


37,171 


93,073 


36,576 


9,307 30 


Cement, n.o.p., and manufactures 
of, n.o.p. 




105 
1,476 
6,667 




1 
1,476 
6,667 


23 






3.32 10 








1,500 21 




Total 












8,248 




8,144 


1,832 54 




Unit'd Kingdom 
France . . . 








Chalk prepared 




857 

424 

1 

43,368 




97 

424 

1 

43,368 


16 98 








74 20 










18 




United States. . 






7,590 10 




Total 












44,650 




43,890 


7,681 46 




Unit'dKingdom 












130 

807 

144 

81,. 560 




1 

807 

144 

81,560 


18 








141 23 




Japan . . . 






25 20 




United States.. 






14,273 30 




Total. 












82,641 




82,512 


14,439 91 




Unit'dKingdom 
United States... 

Total 

Unit'dKingdom 

Belgium 

Denmark 

Sweden. . 










Lb. 

3,1.36 
11,202 


328 
1,032 


Lb. 








11,202 


1,032 


336 06 




14,338 


1,.360 


11,202 


1,032 


336.06 


Chicory, kiln-dried, roasted or 
ground. 


17,408 

2, .370 

430 

420 

114,292 


1,403 
92 
25 
30 

9,451 








22,861 

430 

420 

114,292 


983 

25 

30 

9,451 


685 83 
12 90 
12 60 




United States... 
Total 

Unit'dKingdom 
France 


3,428 76 




134,920 


11,001 


138,003 


10,489 


4, 140 09 


Church vestments of any material 




6,993 

20,859 

1,064 




30 

3,976 
1,064 


6 00 






795 20 




United States... 






212 80 




Total 












28,916 




5,070 


1,014 00 




Unit'dKingdom 








Cider, clarified or refined 


Gal. 

305 

6 

1,243 


296 

89 

750 


Gal. 

595 

6 

1,327 


568 

89 

927 


59 50 
60 




United States... 
Total 

United States... 


132 70 




1,554 


1,135 


1,928 


1,584 


192 80 


Cider, not clarified or refined 


217 


86 


217 


86 


10 85 



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OF Imports — Continued. 



for Home Consumption. 



Preferential Tariff. 


Treaty Rat 


es. 




Total. 




Quant it J'. 


Value. 


Duty. 


Quantity. 


Value. 


Duty. 


Quantity. 


Value. 


Duty CoU'd 


Cwt. 
1,063 


$ 

472 


S cts. 
74 41 


Cwt. 


$ 


$ cts. 


Cwt. 

1,063 
93,073 


1 

472 
36,576 


•S cts. 
74 41 










9,. 307 30 
















1,063 


472 


74 41 








94,136 


37,048 


9,381 71 














104 


13 00 










105 
1,476 

6,667 


13 23 












332 10 
















1,500 21 




















104 


13 00 










8,248 


1,845 54 
















760 


114 00 










857 

424 

1 

43,368 


130 98 












74 20 
















18 
















7,590 10 




















760 


114 00 










44,650 


7,795 46 
















129 


19 35 










130 

807 

144 

81,5u0 


19 53 












141 23 
















25 20 
















14,273 30 




















129 


19 35 










82,641 


14,4.59 26 














Lb. 
3,136 


328 


62 72 


Lb. 






Lb. 

3, 1.36 
11,202 


328 
1, 032 


62 72 










336 06 
















3,136 


328 


62 72 








14,3.38 


1,360 


398 78 












14, 133 


973 


282 66 








14, 133 

22,861 

430 

420 

114,292 


973 

983 

25 

30 

9,451 


282 66 










685 83 














12 90 














12 60 














3,428 76 
















14, 133 


973 


282 66 








152, 136 


11,462 


4,422 75 














2,786 


348 42 




4,177 
16,883 


522 13 
3, 163 48 




6,993 

20, 8.59 

1,064 


876 55 






3,9,58 68 












212 80 




















2,786 


348 42 




21,060 


3,685 61 




28,916 


5,048 03 






Gal, 






Gal. 






Gal. 

595 

6 

1,.327 


568 

89 

927 


59 50 














60 














132 70 




























1,928 


1,584 


192 80 




























217 


86 


10 85 


















32 



CUSTOMS DEPARTMENT 



No. 1. 



7 GEORGE V, A. 1917 

-General Statement 





Countries. 


Total Imports. 


Entered 


Articles Imported. 


Quantity. 


Value. 


General Tariff. 




Quantity. 


Value. 


Duty. 


DuTL\BLE Goods— Con. 


Unit'dKingdom 




S 

20,294 

1,466 

22 

231 

29 




$ 
554 


$ cts. 
166 20 


watch keys, clock movements 






Holland 






16 
83 
29 


4 80 










24 90 










8 70 




Switzerland ... . 




460 
354,793 








United States... 
Total. 






355,875 


106,762 50 














377,295 




356,557 


106,967 10 




Unit'dKingdom 
United States... 

Total 












1,860 
1,661 














1,661 


249 15 


black print cloth. 








3,521 




1,661 


249 15 




United States.. 








Clothes wringers and parts thereof 
for domestic use. 

Coal, bituminous slack, such as 
will pass through a J-in screen. 




22, 288 




22, 135 


7,747 25 


Unit'dKingdom 
United States. . 

Total 

Unit'dKingdom 

Australia 

United States. . 

Total 

Unit'dKingdom 
B. India 








Ton. 
1,321 
2,749,014 


1,915 
2,354,104 


Ton. 
1,.321 

2,678,853 


1,915 
2,302,938 


184 94 
375,039 42 




2,750,335 


2,356,019 


2,680,174 


2,304,853 


375,224 36 


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


1,417 

3 

7,057,129 


6, 333 

15 

7,893,931 


1,244 

3 

6,949,540 


5,644 

15 

7,908,125 


659 32 

1 59 

3,683,256 20 




7,058,549 


7,900,279 


6,950,787 


7,913,784 


3,683,917 11 


Cocoa carpeting, mats, rugs, and 
matting. 




3,158 
2,891 












176 


44 00 


B. W. Indies .. 










Holland 




119 

259 

1,086 










Japan 






32 
1.086 


8 00> 




United States. . 






271 50 




Total 












7,513 




1,294 


323 50 




B. W. Indies 

B. W. Indies.... 
.San Domingo. . . 
United States. . 

Total 

Unit'dKingdom 
B.E.Indics.other 
United States. . 

Total 

Unit'dKindgom 

Holland 

United States. . 

Total 






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

Cocoanuts, n.o.p 


No. 
108,495 


2,234 


No. 
108,495 


2,234 


542 48 


1,281,757 

665 

256,763 


25,202 

7 
7,448 


85,070 

665 

256,463 


1 , 540 

7 
7,439 


038 02 

4 96 

1,923 54 




1,539,185 


32,657 


342,198 


8,980 


2,566 52 


Cocoanut, desiccated, sweetened 
or not. 


Lb. 

42,276 

708,745 

2.39 


4,156 

.52,938 

50 


Lb. 

31,850 

6,060 

239 


3,197 

524 

50 


1,4.33 25 

272 71 
10 75 




751,260 


57, 144 


38,149 


3,771 


1,716 71 




6,472 

1,237 

1,806,432 


2,290 

436 

581,469 










1 , 237 

1,808,174 


436 
.582,018 


24 74 
.36,163 48 




1,814,141 


584,195 


1,809,411 


582,454 


36, 188 22 



TRADE AND NAVIGATION 



33 



SESSIONAL PAPER No. 11 

OF Imports — Continued. 



for Home Consumption. 



Preferential Tariff. 




Treaty Rates. 


Total. 


Quantity 


Value. 


Duty. 


Quantity 


Value. 


Duty. 


Quantity. 


Value. 


Duty CoU'd 




$ 

18.889 


S cts 

3.V77 8C 





$ 

845 
1,46€ 

e 

148 


•S cts 

232 4-3 

403 1.= 

1 65 

40 7C 


[ 


$ 

20,28J 

1,46( 

2i 

23] 

2c 

474 

355,875 


$ cts. 

S 4, 176 44 

403 15 

I 6 45 

L 65 60 

8 70 

130 35 

106,762 50 














































474 


130 3S 






























18,889 


3,777 80 




2,939 


808 29 




378 385 


111,553 19 










1,860 


186 00 










1,860 
1,661 


186 00 
249 15 




























1,860 


186 00 










3,521 


435 15 












,^ 














22, 135 


7,747 25 
















Ton. 






Ton. 






Ton. 
1,321 

2,678.853 


1,915 
2,302,938 


184 94 
375,039 42 






































2,680.174 


2,304,853 


375,224 36 














140 


569 


49 OO 








1,384 

3 

6,949,540 


6,213 

15 

7,908,125 


708 32 

1 59 

3,683,256 20 


































140 


569 


49 00 








6,950,927 


7,914,353 


3, 683, .966 11 












3.187 

375 

64 


557 72 
65 68 
11 20 




24 


5 40 




3,211 

551 

64 

119 

259 

1,086 


563 12 

109 68 

11 20 

26 78 

59 07 

271 50 






















119 

227 


26 78 
51 07 




































3,626 


634 60 




370 


83 25 




5,290 


1,041 35 








No. 






No. 






No. 

108,495 


2,234 


542 48 














1.196.687 


23, 662 


2,991 75 








1,281,757 

665 

256,463 


25,202 

7 

7,4.39 


3,629 77 

4 96 

1,923 54 


































1.196,687 


23,662 


2,991 75 








1.538.885 


32,648 


5,558 27 










Lb. 
10,426 


959 
51,648 


364 91 
24,216 30 


Lb. 






Lb. 

42,276 

697,955 

239 


4,156 

.52, 172 

50 


1 798 16 


691,895 








24 489 01 










10 75 














702, 321 


.52,607 


24,. 581 21 








740,470 


56,378 


26,297 92 










6,472 


2,290 


97 10 








6,472 

1,237 

1,808,174 


2,290 

4.36 

582,018 


97 10 

24 74 

.36,163 48 










.:.::;;::; .;:::::;::i 






















6,472 


2,290 


97 10 








1,815,883 


584,744 


36,285 32 











11— ii— 3 



34 



CUSTOMS DEPAliTMEXT 



No. 1. 



7 GEORGE V, A. 1917 

-General Statement 





Countries. 


Total Imports. 


Entered 


Articles Imported. 


Quantity. 


Value. 


General Tariff. 




Quantity. 


Value. 


Duty. 


Dt;Ti.\BLE Goods — Con. 

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


Unit'dKingdom 
United States . . 

Total 

Unit'dKingdom 

Holland 

Switzerland 

United States. . . 

Total 

Unit'dKingdom 
B. W. Indies.... 

Holland 

Switzerland 

United States... 

Total 

Unit'dKingdom 
B. W. Indies.. .. 
B.Oceania, other 

Cuba 

Dutch E. Indies 

Ecuador 

United States... 
Venezuela 

Total 

Unit'dKingdom 
United States... 

Total 

Unit'dKingdom 
France 


Lb. 


$ 


Lb. 


$ 


$ cts. 


4,447 


909 


4,447 


■909 


177 88 


4,447 


909 


4,447 


909 


177 88 


Cocoa paste or liquor, chocolate 
paste or liquor, sweetened, in 
blocks or cakes, not less than 


6,743 

5,000 

19,925 

305,347 


1,698 

842 

5,607 

69,374 


560 

5,000 

22,725 

306,787 


134 

842 

6,165 

69,764 


25 20 

225 00 

1,022 62 

13,805 45 








337,015 


77,521 


335,072 


76,905 


15,078 27 


Cocoa or chocolate, preparations 


1,176,455 

6 

18,239 

6,532 

84,676 


292,433 

1 

6,991 

2,158 

18,018 


3,683 


1,156 


317 90 




20.. 399 

6,278 

84,964 


8,280 

2,121 

18,106 


2,277 00 

583 27 

4,979 31 




1,285,908 


319,601 


115,324 


29,663 


8,157 48 


('ocoa beans not roasted, crushed 
or ground 


Cwt. 

768 
1 , 1.35 
22 
26 
65 
35 
. 33,425 
76 


11,6.57 

18,905 

403 

475 

1,265 

516 

555,564 

1,254 


Cwt. 

768 
1,135 
22 
26 
65 
35 
33,439 
76 


11,657 

18,905 

403 

475 

1,265 

516 

5.55,745 

1,254 


576 00 
851 25 
16 50 
19 70 
48 75 
26 25 
25,079 08 
57 00 




35,552 


590,039 


35, 566 


590,220 


26,674 53 




Lb. 
942 
804 


91 
161 


Lb. 








8(M 


161 


16 10 




1,746 


252 


804 


161 


16 10 


Cocoa or chocolate, preparations 
of, n.o.p., and confectioner>- 
coated with or containing cho- 


1,081,825 
198 


2.34,6.35 
46 


8,021 

198 

750 

708 

15 

370,422 

112,998 


1,444 

46 

160 

235 

3 

85,500 

24,984 


585 60 
18 08 


Holland 


63 50 


Italy 

Japan 

Switzerland 

United States... 

Total 

Unit'dKingdom 

B.W. Indies 

Brazil 


708 

15 

370,988 

111,574 


235 
3 

85, 1.56 
24,659 


89 33 




1 20 

33,629 22 
9,874 38 




1,565,308 


344,734 


493,112 


112,372 


44,261 31 


Coffee, green, n.o.p 


33, 104 
23,089 
39,600 

50 
1,188 

50 

.34,. 389 

999,337 

32,363 


5, 235 

2,825 
2,. 388 

180 
8 

5,069 

112,744 

4.126 


33,291 
23,089 
39,600 

50 
1,-559 

50 

.34,. 389 

992,747 

.32,363 


-5,262 

2, 825 
2,388 

234 

8 

5,009 

112,101 

4,126 


1,524 93 

975 17 

Is 426 80 




Ecuador 


2 20 
70 17 




Norway 

U. S. of Colom- 


2 30 

1,.5.38 .57 




United States... 
Venezuela 

Total 


40,998 51 
1,383 49 




1, 163, 170 


1.32, .582 


1,157,138 


132, 080 


47,9>2 14 



TRADE Ayn XATIGATIOX 



35 



SESSIONAL PAPER No. 11 

OF Imports — Continued. 



for Home Consumption. 



Preferential Tariff. 




Treaty Rates. 




Total. 




Quantity. 


Value. 


Duty. 


Quantity 


Value. 


Duty. 


Quantity. 


Value. 


Duty Coll'd 


Lb. 

192 


$ 

50 


$ cts. 
6 72 


Lb. 


$ 


S Pts 


Lb. 

192 
4,447 


$ 

50 
909 


S cts. 

6 72 
177 88 






■ 
















192 


50 


6 72 








4,639 


959 


184 60 










6,063 


1,533 


242 52 








6 623 

5,000 

22,725 

306,787 


1,667 

842 

6,165 

69,764 


267 72 

225 OO 

1,022 62 

13,805 45 














































6,063 


1,533 


242 52 








341,135 


78,4.38 


15,320 79 










1,170,808 


290,698 

1 


65,407 64 
23 








1,174,491 

6 

20,399 

6,278 

84,964 


291,854 

1 

8,280 

2,121 

18,106 


65,725 54 
23; 

2,277 OOP 

583 27 

4,979 31 


6 




















































1.170,814 


290,699 


65,407 87 








1,286,138 


320,-362 


73,565 35 










Cwt. 






Cwt. 






Cwt. 

768 
1,135 
22 
26 
65 
35 
33,439 
76 


11,657 

18,905 

403 

475 

1,265 

516 

555,745 

1,254 


576 00 
851 25 
16 50 
19 70 
48 75 
26 25 
25,079 08 
57 00 















































































































35,566 


590,220 


26,674 53 














Lb. 
942 


91 


. 6 83 


Lb. 






Lb. 

942 
804 


91 
161 


6 83 
16 10 






















942 


91 


6 83 








1,746 


252 


22 93 










1,077,616 


232,960 


63, 192 32 








1.085,637 

198 

750 

708 

15 

370, 422 

112,998 


2.34.404 

46 

160 

235 

3 

85,500 

24.984 


63.777 92 

18 08 

63 50 

89 33 

1 20 

33,629 22 

9,874 38 


















































































1,077,616 


232,960 


63.192 32 








1,570,728 


345,. 332 


107,453 63 






















33,291 
23,089 
.39,600 

50 
1,5.59 

50 


5,262 

2,825 

2,388 

7 

234 

8 

5,069 

112, 161 

4,126 


1,524 93 

975 17 

1,426 80 

2 20 

70 17 

2 30 

1,538 57 

40,998 51 

1,383 49 










































































34,389 
992 747 
























, 


32,363 


























1, 157, 138 


132,080 


47.922 14 











. . 1. 



11— ii— 3^ 



36 



CUSTOMS DEPARTMENT 



7 GEORGE V, A. 1917 

No. 1. — Genekal Statement 



Articles Imported. 



Countries. 



Total Imports. 



Quantity. Value 



Entered 



General Tariff. 



Quantity. Value. 



Duty. 



DuTL\BLE Goods — Con. 

Coffee, green, imported direct 
from the country- of growth and 
production or purchased in bond 
in the United Kingdom . 



Un it ' d Kingdom 

Aden 

B. Guiana 

B. E. Indies, 
other 

B. W. Indies.... 

Brazil 

Costa Rica 

Dutch. E. Indies 

Guatemala 

Hawaii 

Mexico 

Nicaragua 

Salvador 

Turkey 

U. S. of Colom- 
bia 

United States... 

Venezuela 



Lb. 

523,723 
24,000 
32,933 

9,671 

774,870 

9,501,293 

222,346 

7.5,5.35 

655,502 

29,961 

528,902 

6,200 

95,610 

17, 700 

1,073,079 
111,629 
941,456 



77,949 
4,857 
4,283 

979 

84,895 
819,740 
31,070 
13,898 
87,788 

4,581 

69,991 

439 

10,631 

3,4.54 

139,446 

13,569 

107,762 



Lb. 

330,021 
24,000 
32, 933 

9,671 

31,637 

9,457,010 

169,042 

66.695 

372,746 

21,250 

571,388 

6,200 

116,990 

17,700 

1,014,335 
118,071 
954,357 



cts. 



53,818 
4,857 
4,283 

979 

3,4.52 

815,815 

23,898 

12,101 

49, 866 

3,126 

76,318 

439 

13,611 

3,4.54 

132,401 

14, 190 

109, 104 



9,900 63 
720 00 
987 99 

290 13 

949 U 

283,710 30 

5,071 26 

2,000 85 

11,182 38 

637 50 

17,141 64 

186 00 

3,509 70 

531 00 

30,430 05 

3-, 542 13 

28,630 71 



Total. 



14,624,410 



1,475,332 



13,314,046 



1,321,712 



399,421 38 



Coffee, extract of, n.o.p., or sub- 
stitute therefor of all kinds. . . . 



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



Coffee, roasted or ground, and all 
imitations thereof and substi- 
tutes therefor, including acorn 
nuts, n.o.p. 



Coffee, condensed with milk. 



Unit'd Kingdom 
United States... 

Total 



76,291 
36,500 



19,927 
27, 198 



36, 500 



27, 198 



112,791 



47, 125 



36,500 



27, 198 



Unit'd Kingdom 
United States... 

Total 



2,254 
361,923 



506 
86,057 



4.50 
368,683 



114 
,046 



364, 177 



86,563 



369, 133 



88, 160 



Unit'd Kingdom 
United States... 

Total 



5,757 
209,741 



1,528 
20,744 



1,372 
209,741 



360 

20,744 



215,498 



22,272 



211,113 



21,104 



Collars of cotton or linen, xylonite 
xyolite or celluloid 



Unit'd Kingdom 



Unit'd Kingdom 

B. India 

France 

Germany 

.Japan 

Switzerland... . 
United States.. 



6,099 



1,356 



Doz. 

30, 158 

2 

1,498 



29,816 

3 

4,062 



426 
34,902 
62,015 



677 
36, 147 
77,419 



Doz. 

6,600 

2 

1,498 

25 

426 

35,020 

62,015 



7,593 

3 

4,062 

25 

67 

36,339 

77,419 



Total. 



129,001 



148, 124 



105,586 



126, 118 



Comb.s 



Unit'd Kingdom 
Hong Kong. .. 

C'hina 

France 

Italy 

.Japan 

United States 



Total. 



49,160 

18 

3 

4,614 

87 

655 

50, 777 

105.314 



567 

18 

3 

2,192 

87 

49 

50,811 

53.727 



2, 190 00 



2, 190 00 



33 90 
27, 238 75 



27,272 65 



68 60 

10,487 05 



10,555 65 



2,847 38 

1 13 

1,523 25 

9 38 

253 88 

13,627 13 

29,032 49 



47,294 64 



198 45 

6 30 

1 05 

767 20 

30 45 

17 15 

17,783 85 

18,804 45 



TRADE AXD XAYIOATION 



37 



SESSIONAL PAPER No. 11 

OF Imports — Continued. 



for Home Consumption. 



Preferential Tariff. | 


Treaty Rates. 




Total. 




Quantity. 


Value. 


Duty. 


Quantity. 


Value. 


Duty. 


Quantity. 


Value. 


Duty CoU'd 


Lb. 
174,876 


22,120 


$ cts. 
3,934 71 


Lb. 


S 


$ cts. 


Lb. 

504,897 
24,000 
32,933 

9,671 

788,241 

'9,457,010 

169,042 

66,695 

372,746 

21, 250 

571,388 

6,200 

116,990 

17,700 

1,014,335 
118,071 
954,357 


75,938 
4,857 
4,283 

979 

86, 145 

815,815 

23,898 

12, 101 

49,866 

3,126 

76,318 

439 

13,611 

3,454 

132,401 

14, 190 

109, 104 


$ cts. 
13,835 34 








720 00 














987 99 














290 13 


756,604 


82,693 


17,023 59 








17,972 70 








283,710 30 














5,071 26 














2,000 85 














11, 182 38 














637 50 














17, 141 64 














186 00 














3,509 70 














531 00 














30,430 05 














3,542 13 














28,630 71 
















931,480 


104,813 


20,958 30 








14,245,526 


1,426,525 


420,379 68 










77,339 


20 192 


S Sfifi Qf, 








77,339 
36,500 


20,192 

27, 198 


3,866 95 










2, 190 00 














77,339 


20, 192 


3,866 95 








113,839 


47,390 


6,056 95 










1,664 


365 


93 95 








2,114 
368,683 


479 
88,046 


127 85 








27, 238 75 
















1 664 


365 


93 95 








370,797 


88,525 


27,366 60 












3,454 


949 


138 16 








4,826 
209,741 


1,309 

20,744 


206 76 








10,487 05 
















3,454 


949 


138 16 








214,567 


22,053 


10,693 81 










6,099 


1,356 


339 00 








6,099 


1,356 


339 00 










Doz. 


22,753 


5,688 25 


Doz. 






Doz. 

30,862 

2 

1,498 

25 

426 


30,346 

3 

4,062 

25 

677 


8,535 63 










1 13 














1,523 25 














9 38 














253 88 














35, 020 1 36.339 


13,627 13 














62,015 


77,419 


29,032 49 
















24,262 


22,753 


5,688 25 








129,848 


148,871 


52,982 89 












48,202 


10,845 85 




414 


134 55 




49, 183 

18 

3 

4,633 

87 

533 

50,811 


11,178 85 








6 30 
















1 05 










2,441 


793 39 




1,560 59 












30 45 










484 


157 30 




174 45 












17,783 85 




















48,202 


10,845 8t 





3,33S 


1,085 24 




105,268 


30,735 54 



38 



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7 GEORGE V, A. 1917 

No. 1. — General Statement 





Countries. 


Total I 


m ports. 






Entered 


Articles Imported. 


Quantity. 


Value. 


General Tariff. 




Quantity. 


Value. 


Duty. 


Dutiable Goods — Con. 

Copper and manufactures of — 
Copper nails, tacks, rivets and 
burrs or washers 


Unit 'd Kingdom 
United States 




513 
8,355 




$ 

10 
8.. 355 


$ cts. 

3 00 
2,. 506 50 




Total 










8.868 




8,365 


2,509 50 




B. W. Indies... 








Copper wire, plain, tinned or 


Lb. 




Lb. 






plated. 


United States. . 
Total 

Unit 'd Kingdom 
United States. . 


78,682 


17,835 


78,582 


17,815 


2,227 19 




78,682 


17,835 


78,582 


17.815 


2,227 19 






637 
1,824 








wire of copper. 






1,824 


456 00 




Total 










2,461 




1,824 


456 00 




Unit 'd Kingdom 
B. W. Indies... 






Copper, all other manufactures 




6,042 




232 


69 60 


of, n. o. p. 










Hong Kong 




121 

29 

340 

92 

48 

259,028 




121 

29 

136 

3 


36 30 




China 




8 70 




France 




40 80 




Japan 




90 




Sweden. . . . 










United States. . 






259,137 


77,741 10 




Total 












265,700 




259,658 


77,897 40 




Unit'd Kingdom 

Hong Kong 

United States . . 

Total 

Unit'd Kingdom 
B. W. Indies.... 

Hong Kong 

France 








Cordage, cotton of all kind.s 


76,694 

800 

152,965 


13,426 

148 

21,203 










800 
152,965 


148 
21 , 203 


37 00 
5,. 300 75 




2.30,459 


34,777 


153.765 


21,351 


5,337,75 


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


1,322,981 
2,415 
3,110 
2,446 
7,766 
16,242 

2,424,638 


139,598 

170 

363 

358 

1,077 

2,957 

230,528 


10,410 
2,400 
3,110 
2,446 
7,766 

15,068 
2,420,511 


1,699 

168 

363 

358 

1,077 

2,671 

229,742 


424 75 
42 00 
90 75 
89 50 




Japan 


269 25 




Norway 

United States. . 

Total 

Unit'd Kingdom 
France 


667 75 
57,4.35 50 




3,779,598 


375,051 


2,461,711 


236,078 


59,019 50 


Corks, manufactured from cork- 
wood, over three-fourths of an 


13,801 
149 
83,. 541 
39,289 
27,269 


10,956 
42 
19,206 
1 1 , 325 
13,826 


13,786 
149 
83,. 541 
.38,659 
27,269 


12,515 
42 
19,206 
10,967 
13,826 


689 30 
7 45 


inch in diameter measured at 
the larger end. 


Portugal 

Spain. . . . 


4,177 05 
1,9.32 95 




United States. . 
Total 

Unit'd Kingdom 
Newfoundland. . 

France 

Portugal 

Spain 


1,363 45 




164,049 


55,355 


163,404 


56,556 


8,170 20 


Corks, inanufacturpd from cork- 
wood, three-fourths of an inch 
and less in diameter measured 
at the larger end. 


539 

28 

5 

27,020 

3,804 

12,9.39 


462 

30 

19 

9,102 

1 , 994 

7,489 


344 

• 28 

35 

26, 937 

2,. 506 

12,9.39 


201 
30 
23 

9, 103 
1 , 645 

7,489 


27 52 

2 24 

2 80 

2, 1.54 96 

200 48 




United States. . 
Total 


1,035 12 




44,3.35 


19.096 


42,789 


18,491 


3,423 12 



TRADE AXD XAVIGATIOX 



39 



SESSIONAL PAPER No. 11 

OF Imports — Continued. 



for Home 


Consumption. 






Preferential Tarifif. 


Treaty Rates. 


Total. 


Quantity. 


Value. 


Duty. 


Quantity. 


Value. 1 Duty. 


Quantity. 


Value. 


Duty CoU'd 




S 
503 


$ cts. 
100 60 




S 


-S cts. 




S 

513 
8,355 


S cts. 
103 60 












2,506 50 




















503 


100 60 










8,868 


2,610 10 














Lb. 

6 


3 


23 


Lb. 






Lb. 

6 
78,582 


3 
17,815 


23 










2,227 19 
















6 


3 


23 








78,588 


17,818 


2,227 42 














637 


111 48 










637 
1,824 


111 48 












456 00 




















637 


■ 111 48 










2,461 


567 48 
















5,807 
40 


1,161 40 
8 00 




3 


83 




6,042 
40 

121 
29 

340 
92 


1,231 83 








8 00 












36 30 
















8 70 










204 
89 


56 10 
24 48 




96 90 












25 38 




























259, 137 


77,741 10 




















5,847 


1,169 40 




296 


81 41 




265,801 


79, 148 21 










76,694 


13,426 


2,685 20 








76,694 

800 

152, 965 


13,426 

148 

21,203 


2,685 20 








37 00 














5,300 75 
















76, 694 


13,426 


2,685 20 








230,459 


34,777 


8,022 95 












1.330,902 
18 


139,093 
3 


27,818 60 
60 








1,341,312 
2,418 
3,110 
2,446 
7 766 
15,068 

2,420,511 


140,792 

171 

363 

358 

1,077 

2,671 

229,742 


28,243 35 








42 60 










90 75 














89 50 














269 25 














667 75 














57,435 50 
















1,330,920 


1.39,096 


27,819 20 








3,792,631 


375, 174 


86,838 70 












623 


319 


24 92 








14,409 
149 
83,541 
38,659 
27, 269 


12.834 
42 
19,206 
10,967 
13,826 


714 22 










7 45 














4,177 05 














1,9.32 95 














1,363 45 
















623 


319 


24 92 








164,027 


56,875 


8,195 12 












305 


261 


18 30 








649 

28 

35 

26,937 

2,506 

12,939 


462 

30 

23 

9,103 

1,645 

7,489 


45 82 










2 24 














2 80 














2, 154 96 














200 48 














1,035 12 
















305 


261 


18 30 








43,094 


18,752 


3,441 42 













40 



CUSTOMS DEPARTMENT 



7 GEORGE V, A. 1917 

No. 1. — General Statement 





Countries. 


Total Imports. 


Entered 


Articles Imported. 


Quantity. 


Value. 


General Tariff. 




Quantity. 


Value. 1 


Duty. 


Dutiable Goods — Con. 

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


Unit'd Kingdom 




$ 

1,087 
33,975 
23,147 




$ 


$ cts. 






35,042 
24,705 


10,512 60 


United States. . 






7,411 50 


Total 












58,209 




59,747 


17,924 10 




Unit'd Kingdom 
France . . . 












6,205 

61 

10 

6,890 

7,635 

126,043 




24 

190 

10 

6,890 

7,635 

126,043 


4 80 


cork bark, n.o.p., including 
strips, shives, shells, and 






38 00 








2 00 








1,378 00 




Spain 






1,527 00 




United States 






25,208 60 




Total 












146,844 




140, 792 


28,158 40 




Unit'd Kingdom 












7,982 

384 

431,563 




23 

193 

431,903 


8 05 








67 55 










151,166 05 




Total . . . 












439,929 




432,119 


151,241 65 




Unit'd Kingdom 








Corset clasps, busks, blanks, and 




65 
25,164 




2 
25,280 


70 




8,848 00 


cut to length, tipped or untipped. 


Total 










25, 229 




25,282 


8,848 70 












Costumes and scenery, theatrical. 




35,998 




4,698 


1,219 60 


Unit'dKingdom 

Hong Kong 

Norway 

United States . . 

Total 

Unit'dKingdom 
Azores and 








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


Yd. 

225,822 

60 

550 

1,356,124 


47,266 

11 

83 

490, 000 


Yd. 

5,125 

60 

550 

1,358,757 


2,828 

11 

83 

490,299 


565 60 

2 20 

16 60 

98,059 80 




1,582,556 


537,360 


1,364,492 


493,221 


98,644 20 






165,992 

7 

14,857 

2,008 

32 

11 

63 

565,502 

218,336 




1,683 

7 

468 

1,330 


336 60 


coloured. 






1 40 










93 60 




Holland 






266 00 




Italy 




























63 

67,719 

214,486 


12 60 




Switzerland. 






13,543 80 










42,897 20 




Total 












966,808 




285,756 


.57,151 20 




Unit'dKingdom 
United States. . 

Total 








Gray, unbleached cotton fabrics 


5,024,694 
4,743,202 


290,031 
347,5.58 


43,142 
4,348,222 


2,451 
316,431 


612 75 
79, 107 75 




9,767,896 


637,589 


4,391,364 


318,882 


79,720 50 



TRADE AND N ATI Q AT JON 



41 



SESSIONAL PAPER No. 11 

OF Imports — Continued. 



for Home Consumption. 



Preferential Tariff. 




rreaty Ral 


es. 




Total. 




Quantity. 


Value. 


Duty. 


Quantity. 


Value. 


Duty. 


Quantity . 


Value. 


Duty Coll'd 




1,087 


S cts. 
217 40 




$ 


$ [cts. 




$ 

1,087 
35,042 
24,705 


$ cts. 
217 40 












10,512 60 
















7 411 50 




















1,087 


217 40 










60,834 


18 141 50 
















6,181 


927 15 










6,205 

190 

10 

6,890 

7,635 

126,043 


931 95 












38 00 
















2 00 
















1,378 00 
















1,527 00 
















25,208 60 




















6,181 


927 15 










146,973 


29,085 55 












7,936 


1,984 00 




23 
191 


7 48 
62 09 




7,982 

384 

431,903 


1 999 53 






129 64 












151,166 05 




















7,936 


1,984 00 




214 


69 57 




440, 269 


153,295 22 












63 


14 19 










65 
25,280 


14 89 












8,848 00 




















63 


14 19 










25,345 


8,862 89 




























4,698 


1,219 60 


















Yd. 
231,216 


45,588 


6,838 20 


Yd. 






Yd. 

236,341 

60 

550 

1,358,757 


48,416 

11 

83 

490,299 


7,403 80 










2 20 














16 60 














98,059 80 
















231,216 


45, 588 


6,838 20 








1,595,708 


538,809 


105,482 40 














14,020 


1,752 67 




149,642 


26,187 35 




165,345 

7 

14,857 

2,008 

32 


28,276 62 








1 40 











14,389 

678 

32 


2,518 07 

118 65 

5 60 




2,611 67 












384 65 












5 60 




























63 
566,562 
214,486 


12 60 










498,843 


87,298 13 




100,841 93 












42,897 20 




















14,020 


1,752 67 




663,584 


116,127 80 




963,360 


175,031 67 










5,022,310 


288,445 


43, 266 75 








5,065,452 
4,348,222 


290,896 
316,431 


43,879 50 










79, 107 75 
















5,022,310 


288,445 


43, 266 75 








9,413,674 


607,327 


122,987 25 













42 



CUSTOMS DEPARTMENT 



No. 1. 



7 GEORGE V, A. 1917 

-Geneeal Statement 





Countries. 


Total Imports. 


Entered 


Articles Imported. 


Quantity. 


Value. 


General Tariff. 




Quantity. 


Value. 


Duty. 


DcTL^BLE GooD-s — Con. 

Cotton, mfrs of — Con. 
White or bleached cotton fabrics 


Unit'd Kingdom 

France 

Holland 

Italy 

Japan 


Yd. 

18,755,834 

27,830 

2,096 

20 

50,308 

43,818 

11,982,858 


S 

1,465,470 

1,693 

289 

8 

4,517 

9,166 

969, 146 


Yd. 

269,557 

29,729 

2,096 

20 

49,142 

43,818 

11,999,088 


S 

21,845 

2,482 

289 

8 

4,462 

9,166 

967,307 


$ cts. 

5,461 25 

620 50 

72 25 

2 00 

1 115 50 




Switzerland 

United States. . 

Total 

Unit'd Kingdom 
China 


2,291 50 
241,826 75 




30,862,764 


2,450,289 


12,393,450 


1,005,559 


251,-389 75 


Towelling in the web 


4,084,755 


274,824 


. 28, 176 

150 

.34,658 

388,021 


1,766 

10 

2,854 

26,292 


441 50 
2 50 




Japan 

United States. . 

Total 

Unit'd Kingdom 

Hong Kong 

Belgium 

France 

Germany 


35, 1.58 
388,021 


2,862 
26,292 


713 50 
6,573 00 




4,507,934 


.303,978 


451,005 


30,9^2 


7,730 50 


Fabrics, printed, dyed or col- 
oured, n.o.p. 


29,952,723 

137 

1,162 

42,895 


3,163,164 

11 

233 

10,260 


391,795 

137 

162 

42,895 

1,406 

1,8.35 

52,3.37 

98,571 

14, 189 

32, 224, 686 


67,603 

11 

1.58 

10, 260 

489 

809 

13,817 

8,. 528 

2,. 582 

3, 189, 101 


21,970 98 

3 58 

51 35 

3,334 50 

158 93 




Holland 

Italy 


1,835 

.52,513 

102,825 

14, 189 

32,323,311 


809 

13,987 

8,795 

2,582 

3,202,488 


262 93 
4 490 53 




Japan 

Switzerland 

United States. . 

Total 

Unit'd Kingdom 
France 


2,771 60 

839 15 

1,036,459 31 




62,491,590 


6,402,329 


32,828,013 


3,293,358 


1,070,342 86 


Jeans, eoutilles and sateens, im- 
ported by corset and dress 
stay manufacturers, for use 


1,010,333 
460 


123,4.53 
534 


1,404 

1,771 

240 

498,522 


1,000 

1,.336 

196 

52,565 


200 00 

267 20 

39 20 


exclusively for the manufac- 
ture of such articles in their 
own factories. 


United States. . 
Total 

Unit'd Kingdom 
Hong Kong 


498,522 


52,565 


10,513 00 


1,509,315 


176,5.52 


501,937 


55, 097 


11,019 40 


Handkerchiefs 




543,-527 

87 

6 

84 

2,. 544 

4,807 

425 

119 




9,668 

87 

6 

84 

147 

93 

425 

119 

5, 165 

21,004 


3 383 80 






30 45 




Azores and Ma- 
deira 






2 to 








29 40 




France 






51 45 




Japan 






32 55 




Portugal 






148 75 




Spain 




41 65 








.52,-569 
21,004 




1,807 75 




United States 






7,351 40 




Total 












625, 172 




36,798 


12,879 30 




Unit'd Kingdom 

Hong Kong 

.Japan 

United States 








Batts, batting and sheet wad- 


Lb. 

1,5.57 
5 

5,813 
512,292 


247 

1 

701) 

.52,804 


Lb. 






ding. 


5 

5,813 

512,292 


1 

709 

-52,804 


25 

177 25 
13,201 00 


Total 


519,667 


53,761 


518, 110 


53.514 


13,378 50 



TRADE AND NAVIGATION 



43 



SESSIONAL PAPER No. 11 

OF Imports — Continued. 



for Home Consumption. 



Preferential Tariff. 


Treaty Rates. 




Total. 




Quantity. 


Value. 


Duty. 


Quantity. 


Value. 


Duty. 


Quantity. 


Value. 


Duty Coll'd 


Yd. 
18,493,457 


S 
1,454,117 


S cts. 
254,472 90 


Yd. 


$ 


.$ cts. 


Yd. 

18,763,014 

29,729 

2,096 

20 

49, 142 

43,818 

11,999,088 


$ 

1,475,962 

2,482 

289 

8 

4,462 

9,166 

967,307 


$ cts. 
259 934 15 










620 50 














72 25 














2 00 














1, 1 15 50 














2,291 .50 














241 826 75 
















18,493,457 


1,454,117 


254,472 90 








30,886,907 


2,4,59,676 


505 862 65 












4.072,261 


272,391 


47,669 48 








4,100,437 

150 

34,658 

388,021 


274, 157 

10 

2,854 

26, 292 


48, 1 10 98 










2 50 














713 50 














6,573 00 
















4,072,261 


272,391 


47,669 48 








4,-523,266 


303,313 


55,399 98 












29,683,566 


3,098,090 


774,522 50 








30,075,361 

137 

162 

42, 895 

1,406 

1,835 

52,337 

98,571 

14,189 

32,224,686 


3,165,693 

11 

158 

10, 260 

489 

809 

13,817 

8,528 

2,582 

3,189,101 


796,493 48 










3 58 














51 35 














3,3.34 50 














158 93 














262 93 














4,490 53 














2,771 60 
839 15 


























1,036,459 31 


■ 














29,683,566 


3,098,090 


774,522 50 








62,511,579 


6,391,448 


1,844,865 36 












1,013,295 


123, 117 


15,389 77 








1,014,699 

1,771 

240 

498,522 


124, 117 

1,3.36 

196 

52,565 


15,. 589 77 










267 20 














39 20 














10,513 00 
















1,013,295 


123, 117 


15,389 77 








1,515,232 


178,214 


26,409 17 














518,579 


129,644 75 




15,981 


5, 193 83 




544, 228 
87 

6 

84 

2,544 

4,836 

425 

119 

52, .569 

21,004 


1.38,222 38 






30 45 
















2 10 
















29 40 










2,397 
4,743 


779 03 
1,541 48 




830 48 










1,.574 03 












148 75 
















41 65 










47,404 


15,406 52 




17,214 27 












7,351 40 




















518,579 


129,644 75 




70, 525 


22,920 86 




625,902 


165,444 91 










Lb. 
1, 557 


247 


43 23 


Lb. 






Lb. 

1,557 

5 

5,813 

512,292 


247 

1 

709 

52,804 


43 23 










26 














177 25 














13,201 00 
















1,557 


247 


43 23 








519,667 


53,761 


13,421 73 













44 



CUSTOMS DEPARTMENT 



7 GEORGE V, A. 1917 
No. 1. — General Statement 





Countries. 


Total Imports. 


Entered 


Articles Imported. 


Quantity. 


Value. 


General Tariff. 




Quantity. 


Value. 


Duty. 


Dutiable Goods — Con. 

Cotton, mfrs of— Con. 
Bobbinet (white cotton) plain, in 
the web. 


Unit'dKingdom 
United States... 

Total 

Unit'dKingdom 

France 

Switzerland 

United States... 

Total 

Unit'dKingdom 
United States... 


Yd. 

309,983 
602 


$ 

35, 624 

188 


Yd. 

1,409 
602 


$ 

325 

188 


$ cts. 

81 25 
47 00 




310,585 


35,812 


2,011 


513 


128 25 


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


Lb. 

154,717 

8,415 

33 

962, 540 


47,659 

4,200 

38 

267,281 


Lb. 
521 

8,415 

33 

961,834 


184 

4,200 

38 

267,222 


46 00 

1,050 00 

9 50 

66,805 50 




1,125,705 


319,178 


970,803 


271,644 


67,911 00 


Cotton warps 




456 
3,214 














3,214 


803 50 




Total 










3,670 




3,214 


803 50 


" 


Unit'dKingdom 
Japan 








Seamless bags 




5,268 

3 

54,801 




61 

3 
54,801 


12 20 








60 




United States.. . 






10,960 20 




Total 










60,072 




54,865 


10,973 00 




Unit'dKingdom 
Hong Kong 






Sheets, bed quilts, pillow cases 




518,733 
210 

569 
111 

38 

1,794 

10 

18,808 

2 

5,680 

2,005 

2,239 

66, 732 




8,224 
210 

569 
141 

38 

1,794 

10 

20, 600 

2 

5,680 

2,005 

2,239 

66,867 


2,467 20 
63 00 


and damask of cotton in the 




piece, including uncoloured 
table cloths or napkins of 


Azores and 
Madeira 






170 70 


cotton. 


China 






42 30 




Egypt and 
Soudan 






11 40 




France 




538 20 




Italy 






3 00 




Japan 




6 180 00 




Miquelon and 
St. Pierre 






60 




Portugal 






1,704 00 




Spain. . .' 






601 50 




Switzerland..., . 
United States.. . 






671 70 






20,060 10 




Total 










616,931 




108,379 


32,513 70 




Unit'dKingdom 

B. India 

Hong Kong 

Aust. -Hungary.. 
France 






Shirts of cotton 


Doz. 

7,721 

2 

9 

14 

90 

158 

9 

73,406 


43,707 

15 

60 

102 

501 

932 

16 

312,973 


Doz. 
220 
2 
9 


1,292 
15 
60 


452 20 




5 25 
21 00 




12 

8 


53 
43 


18 55 




Japan 

Switzerland 

United States... 

Total 

Unit'dKingdom 
Hong Kong 


15 05 




70,887 


309,406 


108,292 10 




81,402 


358,306 


71,138 


310,869 


108,804 15 


Sewing thread on spools 




209,815 

8 

2,652 

1 

137,301 












8 

2,118 

1 

137,301 


2 00 




France 






529 50 




.lapan 






25 




United States.. . 






34,325 25 




Total 












349,777 




139,428 


34,857 00 













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OF Imports — Continued. 



for Home Consumption. 



Preferential Tariff 


Treaty Rates. 




Total. 




Quantity. 


Value. 


Duty. 


Quantity. 


Value. 


Duty. 


Quantity. 


Value. 


Duty Coll'd 


Yd. 
308,650 


S 
35,295 


$ cts. 
5,294 25 


Yd. 
24 


4 


S ets. 
90 


Yd. 

310,083 
602 


S 

35,624 

188 


S cts.- 

5,376 40 
47 00 
















308.650 


35,295 


5.294 25 


24 


4 


90 


310,685 


35,812 


5,423 40 


Lb. 
154,196 


47,475 


8,308 13 


Lb. 






Lb. 

154,717 

8,415 

33 

961,834 


47,659 

4,200 

38 

267,222 


8,354 13 










1,050 00 














9 50 














66,805 50 
















154 196 


47,475 


8,308 13 








1,124,999 


319,119 


76,219 13 














456 


• 79 80 










456 
3,214 


79 80 












803 50 




















456 


79 80 










3,670 


883 30 
















5,207 


781 05 










5,268 

3 

54,801 


793 25 












60 
















10,960 20 




















5,207 


781 05 










60,072 


11,754 05 
















517,406 


103,481 20 










525,630 
210 

569 
141 

~ 38 

1,794 

10 

20,600 

2 

5,680 

2,005 

2,239 

66,867 


105,948 40 












63 00 
















170 70 
















42 30 
















11 40 
















538 20 
















3 00 
















6, 180 00 
















60 












/ 




1,704 00 
















601 .50 
















671 70 
















20,060 10 




















517,406 


103,481 20 










625,785 


135,994 90 














Doz. 

8,291 


45, 466 


11,366 50 


Doz. 

3 


12 


3 90 


Doz. 

8,514 

2 

9 

14 

90 

158 

2 

70,887 


46,770 

15 

60 

102 

501 

932 

16 

309,406 


11,822 60 
5 25 














21 00 








14 

78 

150 

2 


102 

448 

889 

16 


33 15 

145 60 

288 94 

5 20 


33 15 








164 15 








303 99 








5 20 








108,292 10 
















8,291 


45,466 


11,366 50 


247 


1,467 


476 79 


79,676 


357,802 


120,647 44 




209,810 


36,717 12 




5 


1 13 




209,815 

8 

2,652 

1 

137,301 


36,718 25 










2 00 










534 


120 16 




649 66 












25 
















34,325 25 




















209,810 


36,717 12 




539 


121 29 




349,777 


71,695 41 













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7 GEORGE V, A. 1917 

No. 1. — General Statement 





Countries. 


Total Imports. 


Entered 


Articles Imported. 


Quantity. 


Value. 


General Tariff. 




Quantity. 


Value. 


Duty. 


Dutiable Goods — Con. 

Cotton, mfrs of — Con. 

Sewing cotton thread in hanks 


Unit'd Kingdom 
United States... 

Total 

Unit'd Kingdom 

France 

United States... 

Total 

Unit'd Kingdom 

France 

United States... 

Total 

Unit'd Kingdom 
B. India 


Lb. 

427, 786 
237, 177 


§ 

213,361 
111,122 


Lb. 

22 
237,177 


$ 

19 
111,122 


S cts. 

1 90 
11,112 20 




664,963 


324,483 


237, 199 


111,141 


11,114 10 


Crochet and knitting cotton. . 


45,666 

930 

101,250 


34,291 

741 

40,225 


84 

400 

101,250 


64 

387 

40,225 


16 00 

96 75 

10,056 25 




147,846 


75,257 


101,734 


40, 676 


10,169,00 


All other cotton thread, n.o.p. . . 


.32,777 

4,617 

97,982 


22,065 

2,240 

50,572 


5 

1,452 

97,982 


3 

561 

50,572 


75 

140 25 

12,643 00 




135,376 


74,877 


99,439 


51,136 


12,784 00 


Clothing, n.o.p 




349, 159 
45 
164 

335 

'172 

41,495 

18.298 

261 

121 

4,759 

1,317,679 




8,455 

45 

164 

335 

172 

2,881 

1,634 

261 

121 

1,589 

1,316,494 


2,959 25 






15 75 










57 40 




Azores and 






117 25 










60 20 










1,008 35 








571 90 








91 35 








42 35 










556 15 




United States 




460,772 90 




Total 












1,732,488 




1,332,151 


466,252 85 




Unit'd Kingdom 








Blouses and shirt waists 




7,238 

1,196 

168,005 




122 

856 

167,828 


42 70 
299 60 




United States 




58,739 80 




Total 












176,439 




168,806 


59,082 10 




Unit'd Kingdom 








Cotton bags made up by the use 
of ihe needle, not otherwise 
provided for 




26,393 
89 




234 

89 

134,739 


81 90 
31 15 


United States.. 




134.739 


47,158 65 


Total 










161,221 




135.062 


47,271 70 




Unit'd Kingdom 












3,424 
421 

23,277 




40 

. 421 

23,277 


10 00 






105 25 




United States... 
Total 




5,819 25 












27, 122 




23.738 


5,934 50 

























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OF Imports — Continued. 



for Home Consumption. 



Preferential Tariff. 




rreaty Ra 


es. 




Total. 




Quantity. 


Value. 


Duty. 


Quantity. 


Value. 


Duty. 


Quantity. 


Value. 


Duty Coll'd 


Lb. 
427,764 


$ 

213,342 


$ cts. 
16,000 63 


Lb. 


$ 


$ cts. 


Lb. 

427,786 
237,177 


$ 

213,361 
111,122 


« cts. 

16,002 53 
11,112 20 






















427,764 


213.342 


16,000 63 








664,963 


324,483 


27,114 73 










45,492 


34, 192 


5,983 74 


90 
530 


35 
354 


7 88 
79 67 


45,666 

930 

101 250 


34,291 

741 

40,225 


6,007 62 

176 42 

10,056 25 




















45,492 


34, 192 


5,983 74 


620 


389 


87 55 


147,846 


75,257 


16,240 29 


33,034 


22,212 


3,887 17 








33,039 

4,617 

97,982 


22,215 

2,240 

50.572 


3,887 92 

518 02 

12,643 00 




3,165 


1,679 


377 77 




















33,034 


22,212 


3,887 17 


3,165 


1,679 


377 77 


135,638 


75,027 


17,048 94 




338,144 


84,536 00 




8,218 


2,670 85 




354,817 

45 

164 

335 

172 

41,050 

18,407 

261 

121 

4,759 

1,316,494 


90,166 10 

15 75 

57 40 

117 25 

60 20 

13,413 46 

6,023 13 

91 .35 

42 35 

1,586 40 

460,772 90 


























































38,169 
16,773 


12,405 11 
5,451 23 














































3,170 


1,030 25 






























.3.38,144 


84,536 OC 




66,330 


21,557 44 




1,736,625 


572,346 29 










7,078 


1,769 50 




38 
340 


12 35 
110 51 




7,238 
1,196 

167,828 


1,824 55 

410 11 

58,7.39 80 


































7,078 


1,769 50 




378 


122 86 




176,262 


60,974 46 










26,1 9 


6,539 75 










26,393 

89 

134,739 


6,621 65 

31 15 

47,158 65 










































26, 159 


6,539 75 










161,221 


53,811 45 














3,381 


591 75 










3,421 
421 

23,277 


601 75 

105 25 

5,819 25 










































3,381 


591 75 










27 119 


6,526 52 








\ 





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CUSTOMS DEPARTMENT 



7 GEORGE V, A. 1917 

No. 1. — General Statement 





Countries. 


Total Imports. 


Entered 


Articles Imported. 


Quantity. 


Value. 


General Tariff. 




Quantity. 


Value. 


Duty. 


DuTi.\BLE Goods — Con. 

Cotton, mfrs. of — Con. 

Lace, white and cream coloured. 


Unit'd Kingdom 




649,143 

79 

192 

419 

1,302 

18,239 




$ 

3,911 

79 

192 


$ cts. 
782 20 






15 80 




B. India.. 






38 40 




















1,313 

1,938 

174 

928 

505 


262 60 










387 60 










34 80 




Holland . 




928 

505 

52 

18 

114,943 

55,493 




185 60 




Italy 






101 00 












Portugal 






18 
21,213 
55,749 


3 60 








4,242 60 




United States.. 






11,149 80 




Total 












841,313 




86,020 


17,204 00 




Unit'd Kingdom 
United States.. 








Shawls 




944 

328 




258 
328 


90 30 








114 80 




Total 












1.272 




586 


205 10 




Unit'd Kingdom 

Hong Kong 

China 

France 

Germany 

.Japan 

Switzerland 

United States... 

Total 

Unit'd Kingdom 








Socks and stockings 


Doz. pairs 

96,511 

69 

10 

88 

5 

3,472 

25 

582. 504 


155,815 

48 

3 

160 

7 

2,873 

10 

641,006 


Doz. pairs 

765 

69 

10 

88 

514 

2,987 

25 

580,941 


954 

48 

3 

160 

698 

2,088 

10 

638,497 


333 90 

16 80 

1 05 

56 00 

244 30 

730 80 

3 50 

223,473 95 




682,684 


799,922 


585,399 


642,458 


224,860 30 


Tape of cotton not over U" in 
width. 




51,285 

182 

27 

48,428 




1,806 

182 

27 

48,429 


632, 10 






63 70 










9 45 










16,950 15 




Total . . 












99,922 




50,444 


17,655 40 




Unit'd Kingdom 








Tape, not dyed or coloured 




2,508 
16, 134 




305 
16,134 


76 25 






4,0.33 50 




Total 












18,642 




16,439 


4, 109 75 




Unit'd Kingdom 








Tape, dyed or coloured 




10,415 

88 

197 

6,5.35 




13 

88 

197 

6.485 


4 23 






28 60 




Italy 






64 03 




United States.. 






2, 107 77 




Total 














17,235 




6,783 


2, 204 63 




Unit'd Kingdom 












258,774 

1,438 

653 

37 

139,060 




1,394 

1,438 

653 

37 


418 20 








431 40 










195 90 










11 10 




United States... 
Total 






139,047 


41.714 10 












399,962 




142,569 


■42,770 70 








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OF Imports — Continued. 



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49 



for Home Consumption. 



Preferential T 


iriff. 


1 


reaty Rates. 1 




Total. 




Quantity. 


Value. 


Duty. 


Quantity. 


Value. 


Duty. 


Quantity. 


Value. 


Duty Coll'd 




$ 

543,666 


$ cts. 
67,959 22 




$ 
91,059 


$ cts. 
.15,935 33 




$ 

638,636 

79 

192 

419 

1 313 

18,061 

174 

928 

505 

52 

18 

114,847 

55,749 


$ cts. 
84,676 75 








15 80 
















38 40 










419 


73 33 




73 33 












262 60 










16,123 


2,821 53 




3,209 13 












34 80 
















185 60 
















101 00 










52 


9 10 




9 10 












3 60 










93,634 


16,386 51 




20,629 11 












11,149 80 




















543,666 


67,959 22 




201,287 


35,225 80 




830,973 


120,. 389 02 












439 


109 75 




281 


91 33 




978 
328 


291 38 








114 80 




















439 


109 75 




281 


91 33 




1,306 


406 18 










Doz. pairs 
97 970 


1.57,810 


39,452 50 


Doz. pairs 






Doz. pairs. 

98,735 

69 

10 

88 

514 

2,987 

25 

580,941 


1.58,764 

48 

3 

160 

698 

2,088 

10 

638,497 


39,786 40 










16 80 














1 05 














56 00 














244 30 














730 80 














3 50 














223,473 95 
















97,970 


1.57,810 


39,452 50 








683,369 


800,388 


264,312 80 












49,501 


12 375 25 








51,307 

182 

27 

48,429 


13,007 35 














63 70 
















9 45 
















16,9,50 15 




















"49,501 


12, .375 25 










99,945 


.30,0.30 65 




2,203 


385 65 










2, .508 
16, 134 


461 90 












4,033 50 




















2,203 


385 65 










18,642 


4,495 40 




10, 184 


2,546 00 










10, 197 

88 

197 

6,485 


2, .550 23 












28 60 
















64 03 
















2, 107 77 




















10, 184 


2, ,546 00 










16,967 


4,750 63 




'256,303 


51,260 60 










2.57,697 

1,438 

653 

37 

139,047 


51,678 80 












431 40 
















195 90 
















11 10 
















41,714 10 






1 














2.56,302 


51,260 6C 











398 872 


94,031 30 



11— ii-^ 



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CUSTOMS DEPARTMEXT ii 

7 GEORGE V, A. 1917 
No. 1.— General Statement 



Articles Imported. 



Countries. 



Total Imports. 



Quantity. Value. 



Entered 



General Tariff. 



Quantity. Value 



Duty. 



Dutiable Goods — Con. 

Cotton, mfrs. of — Con. 

Undershirts and drawers. . . 



Unit 'd Kingdom 

China 

France 

Japan 

Switzerland 

United States... 



Total . 



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

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



Unit'd Kingdom 
Switzerland... . 
United States.. 

Total 



Unit'd Kingdom 

Belgium 

France 

Italy 

Japan 

Switzerland 

United States... 

Total 



Manufactures of cotton of which 
cotton is component material 
of chief value, nop 



Yd. 

558,8.51 

155 

65, 187 



624, 193 



Unit'dKindgom 

Hong Kong .... 

Azores and Ma- 
deira 

Belgium 

China 

Egypt and Sou- 
dan 

France 

Germany 

Italy 

Japan 

Norway 

Portugal 

Spain 

Switzerland... 

United States 



Crapes, black, mourning.. 



('xifia of cotton, linen, xylonite, 
xyolite or celluloid 



Total. 



Unit'd Kingdom 

I<>ancc 

United States 



3,469,772 

700 

343,766 

1,115 

303 

731 

372,57 



4,188,964 



6,711 

6 

212 

2,241 

1,799 

102,498 



1,639 

6 

212 

1,248 

1,799 

101,755 



113,467 



100,6.59 



17,445 

24 

3,962 



Yd. 

10,410 

1.55 

65, 18 



21,431 



75,752 



1,040,605 

314 

164, 184 

334 

84 

487 

215, 140 



27,942 



1,421,148 



Total. 



United Kingdom 

France 

United States... 

Total 



142, 



1 
630 



,437 

18 

111 
107 
31 

28 
,634 

78 
,251 
,786 

28 
,145 

24 
,716 
599 



32,961 
937 



369,352 



431,192 



839 

24 

3,962 



4,82.: 



12,063 



14,651 
242 



$ ets. 



573 65 

2 10 

74 20 

436 80 

629 65 

35,614 25 



37,330 65 



209 75 

6 00 

990 50 



1,206 25 



3,618 90 



209,149 



793,993 



Pr. 



1,444 

69 

204 

1,777 



9,668 

1,285 

567 



11,520 



350 
19 
45 

414 



Pr. 



72 

69 

264 

405 



236, 105 



5,486 
18 

111 

193 

47 

28 

5, 634 

265 

1,251 

11,121 

28 

1,145 

24 

2,102 

637,810 



4,395 30 
72 60 



62,744 70 



70,831 50 



1,920 10 
6 30 

38 85 
67 55 
16 45 

9 80 

1,971 90 

92 75 

437 85 

3,892 35 

9 80 

400 75 

8 40 

735 70 

219,7.33 50 



655,263 229,342 05 



338 



56'i 



905 



60 



113 40 
181 00 



2 63 
7 13 

16 88. 

26 64 



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OF Imports — Continued. 



for Home Consumption. 



Preferential Tariff. 


Treaty Rates. 




Total. 




Quantity. 1 Value. 


Duty. 


Quantity. 


Value. 


Duty. 


Quantity . 


Value. 


Duty CoU'd 




6,495 


S cts. 
1,461 48 




$ 


$ cts. 




S 

8,134 

6 

212 

1,248 

1,799 

101,755 


8 cts. 
2,035 13 












2 10 
















74 20 
















436 80 
















629 65 
















35,614 25 




















6,495 


1,461 48 










113,154 


38,792 13 














Yd. 
560,322 


16,944 


2,965 28 


Yd. 






Yd. 

570,732 
155 

65, 187 


17,783 

24 

3,962 


3,175 03 










6 00 














990 50 








. 








560,322 


16,944 


2,965 28 








636,074 


21,769 


4,171 53 












3,352,732 


977,665 


171,092 36 


100, 222 
700 

276,828 
178 
303 
731 


51, 130 

314 

135,348 

92 

84 

487 


14,060 75 
86 35 

37, 220 94 

25 30 

23 10 

133 93 


3,480 896 

700 

309,789 

1,115 

303 

731 

369,. 352 


1,040,858 

314 

149,999 

334 

84 

487 

209, 149 


188,772 01 
86 35 








41,616 24 








97 90 


- 






23 10 








133 93 








62, 744 70 
















3,352,732 


977,665 


171,092 36 


378,962 


187,455 


51,550 37 


4,162,886 


1,401,225 


293,474 23 




136,778 


- 34,194 50 










142,264 

18 

111 
193 

47 

28 

5,6.34 

265 

1,251 

11,121 

28 

1,145 

24 

2,102 

627,810 


36,114 60 












6 30 
















38 85 
















67 55 
















16 45 
















9 80 
















1,971 90 
















92 75 
















437 85 
















3,892 35 
















9 80 
















400 75 
















8 40 
















735 70 


, 














219,733 50 




















136,778 


34, 194 50 










792,041 


263,536 55 
















7,908 


988 56 




1,422 
1,285 


248 95 
224 80 




9,668 

1,285 

567 


1,305 11 








224 80 












113 40 




















7,908 


988 56 




2,707 


473 75 




11 520 


1,643 31 










Pr. 
1,372 


343 


85 75 


Pr. 






Pr. 

1,444 

69 

264 


350 
19 
45 


88 38 










7 13 














16 88 
















1,372 


343 


85 75 








1,777 


414 


112 39 













11— ii— 4^ 



52 



CUSTOMS DEP-ARTMENT 



7 GEORGE V, A. 1917 

No. 1. — General Statement 





Countries. 


Total Imports. 


Entered 


Articles Imported. 


Quantity. 


Value. 


General Tariff. 




Quantity. 


Value. 


Duty. 


Dutiable Goods — Con 
Curtains and shams when made 


Unit'dKingdom 
France 




$ 

217,385 

5,711 

359 

11,472 

67,904 




$ 

1,370 
1,571 


$ cts 
479 50 


up, trimmed or untrimmed. 






549 85 




•Japan 










Switzerland 






192 
67,904 


6? 20 




United States.. 






''3 766 40 




Total. 












302,831 




71,037 


24 862 95 




Unit'dKingdom 
L^nited States... 








Cyclometer.^, pedometers and 




60 
148,470 








speedometers. 






148,000 


37,000 00 




Total 








' 




148,530 




148.000 


37 000 00 




United States.. . 








Drugs, dyes, chemicals, medi- 
cines — 
Acetone and amyl-acetate 




8,635 




8,623 


2,.'>86 90 




Unit'dKingdom 
United States... 

Total 

LTnit'd Kingdom 
United States.:. 

Total 

Unit'dKingdom 
United States . . 

Total 

L^nit'd Kingdom 
United States . . 

Total 

United States. . 

Unit'dKingdom 
United States . . 

Total 

Unit'dKingdom 

United States. . 

Total 

United States. . 








Acids, acetic and pvroligneous. 


Gal. 

3 
2,214 


8 
1,309 


Gal. 






n.o.p., not exceeding proof 
strength. 


2,214 


1,309 


332 10 


2,217 

964 
1,716 


1.317 


2,214 


1,309 


332 10 


Acids, acetic and pyroligneous 
in excess of strength of proof. 


1,032 
9,652 


3 
1,716 


9,652 


1 00 
2.876 04 




2,680 


10,684 


1,719 


9,659 


2,877 04 


Acid, acetic and pyroligneous, 


631 
1,258 


130 
236 








crude, of any strength not ex- 
ceeding 30 per cent. 


1,2.58 


236 


59 00 


1,889 


366 


1,258 


236 


59 00 


Acid phosphate, not medicinal.. 


Lb. 

130,596 
2,035,458 


5,504 
111,227 


Lb. 








2,029,158 


110,795 


22,1.59 00 




2,166,054 


116,731 


2,029,158 


110,795 


22,159 00 


Acid, muriatic. . 


75,268 


3,524 


75,268 


3,524 


188 24 






Acid, nitric 


2,240 
226,918 


1,273 
14,194 










64,248 


5,657 


1,272 90 




229, 158 


15,467 


64,248 


5,657 


1,272 90 


Acid, stearic 


10 
205,887 


2 
24,562 










205,887 


24,562 


4,912 40 




205,897 


24,564 


205,887 


24,562 


4,912 40 


A<ci/i, sulphurif ... 


1,391,648 


42,159 


1,391,648 


42,159 


3.479 20 







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53 



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OF Imports — Continued. 



for Home Consumption. 



Preferential TariiY. 


Treaty Rat 


es. 




Total. 




Quantity. 


Value. 


Duty. 


Quantity. 


Value. 


Duty. 


Quantity . 


Value. 


Duty CoU'd 




S 
203,318 


$ cts. 
50,829 50 




$ 

14,847 

4,436 

359 

11,280 


$ cts. 

4,825 40 

1,441 70 

116 68 

3,666 00 




S 

219,535 

6,007 

359 

11,472 

67,904 


$ cts. 
56,134 40 








1 991 55 












116 68 












3,733 20 












23,766 40 




















203,318 


50,829 50 




30,922 


10,049 78 




305,277 


85,742 23 












60 


10 49 










60 
148,000 


10 49 












37,000 00 




















60 


10 49 










148,060 


37,010 49 




























8,623 


2,586 90 


















Gal. 

3 


8 


30 


GaL 






GaL 

3 
2,214 


8 
1,309 


30 










332 10 
















3 


8 


030 








2,217 


1,317 


332 40 






18 






927 


1,003 


1,109 84 


16 


23 60 


946 
1,716 


1,028 
9,652 


1,134 44 
2,876 04 
















927 


1,003 


1,109 84 


16 


18 


23 60 


2,662 


10,680 


4,010 48 


631 


130 


19 50 








631 
1,258 


130 
236 


19 50 










59 00 
















631 


130 


19 50 








1,889 


366 


78 50 












Lb. 
130, 596 


5,504 


688 05 


Lb. , 






Lb. 

130,596 
2,029,158 


5,504 
110,795 


688 05 










22, 159 OO 
















130,596 


5,504 


688 05 








2, 159, 754 
75,268 


116,299 


22,847 05 


















3,524 


188 24 












































64,248 


5,657 


1,272 90 




























64,248 


5,657 


1,272 90 
















10 


2 


25 








10 
205,887 


2 
24,562 


25 










4,912 40 
















10 


2 


25 








205,897 


24,564 


4,912 65 
























1,391,648 


42,159 


3,479 20 

















54 



CUSTOMS DEPARTMENT 



7 GEORGE V, A. 1917 

No. 1. — Ge?sEeal Statement 





Countries. 


Total Imports. 


Ent«red 


Articles Imported. 


Quantity. 


Value. 


General Tariff. 




Quantity. 


Value. 


Duty. 


DuTL\BLE Goods— Con. 

Drugs, dyes, &c. — Con. 
Acid, other, n.o.p 


Unit 'd Kingdom 

France 

Germany 

Switzerland 

United States.. 

Total 

Un i t ' d Kingdom 
China 


Lb. 

132,961 

1,680 

30 

630 

506, 131 


$ 

65,062 

1,033 

27 

821 

230, 699 


Lb. 
3,775 


S 
664 


S cts. 
149 40 




30 

630 

505, 265 


27 

821 

229.976 


6 08 

184 73 

51,745 18 




641,432 


297,642 


509,700 


231,488 


52,085 39 


Albumen blood, egg albumen 
and egg yolk. 




14,942 

4,513 

92 

48,177 




14,744 

4,513 

92 

43,977 


1,474 40 






* 451 30 








9 '^O 




United States 






4,397 70 




Total 










67,724 




63,326 


6,332 60 




Unit'd Kingdom 
Newfoundland . . 
United States. . 

Total 

Unit'd Kingdom 
United States . . 

Total 


tf 




Alum, in bulk, ground or un- 
ground, but not calcined; 
and sulphate of alumina, or 
alum cake. 


47,404 

400 

21,720,644 


762 

22 

233,510 


47,404 

400 

2020,644 


762 

22 

233, 522 


76 20 

2 20 

23,352 20 


21,768,448 


234,294 


21,768,448 


234,306 


23,430 60 


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


6,983 
1,805 


863 
839 








1,805 


839 


146 86 




8,788 


1,702 


1,805 


839 


14G 86 


Carbon dioxide or carbonic acid 




5,384 




5,402 


945 46 




Unit'd Kingdom 








Casein 




1,080 
23,292 












23, 292 


6,405 40 




Total 








^ 




24,372 




23, 292 


6,405 40 




Unit'd Kingdom 
United States. . . 

Total 

Unit'd Kingdom 
United States... 

Total 

Unit'd Kingdom 

Holland 

United States. . . 

Total 

United States... 








Chloride of lime and hypochlo- 
rite of lime in packages of not 
less than 25 lbs. 


2,947,4.55 
7,83.3,402 


32,990 
72,389 


69 588 
7,835,402 


397 
72,389 


104 38 
11,753 05 


10,782,857 


105,379 


7,904,990 


72,786 


11,857 43 


Chloride of lime and hypochlo- 
rite of lime in packages less 
than 2olbs. 


14, 795 
165,773 


731 
8,030 








164,654 


7,997 


1,999 25 


180,568 


8,761 


164,654 


7,997 


1,999 25 


Cocaine 


Oz. 

249 

531 

4,801 


817 

1,742 

16,448 


Oz. 

174 

531 

4,601 


623 

1,742 

15,74S 


109 90 




304 85 
2,755 92 




5:581 


19,007 


5,306 


18, 118 


3.170 67 


C'oUodion ior u.s<; in films for 
photo engravings ;ind for en- 
graving copper rollers, when 
imp<jrtf'd by photo engravers 
and manufacturers of copper 
rollers. 


Gal. 
401 


803 


Gal. 
301 


. 523 


91 56 













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SESSIONAL PAPER No. 11 

OF Imports — Continued. 



for Home Consumption. 



Preferential Tariff. 


Treaty Rates. 




Total. 




Quantity. Value, i 


Duty. 


Quantity. 


Value. 


Duty. 


Quantity. 


Value. 


Duty Coll'd 


Lb. 
130,835 


S 

65,029 


$ cts. 
9,754 35 


Lb. 


$ 


$ cts. 


Lb. 
1.34,611 


65,693 


$ cts.* 
9,903 75 
























30 

630 

505,265 


27 

821 

229,976 


6 08 


* 












184 73 














51,745 18 
















130,836 


65,029 


9,754 35 








640, 53e 


296,517 


61,839 74 














221 


11 05 










14,965 

4,513 

92 

43,977 


1,485 45 












451 30 
















9 20 
















4,. 397 70 




















221 


11 05 










63,547 


6,343 65 


























47,404 

400 

21,720,044 


762 

22 

2.33,522 


76 20 














2 20 














23,. 3.52 20 




























21,768,448 


2.34,306 


23,430 60 
















6,983 


863 


129 45 








6,983 
1,805 


863 
839 


129 45 










146 86 
















6,983 


863 


129 45 








8,788 


1,702 


276 31 


























5,402 


945 46 










1 










1,080 


189 00 










1,080 
23,292 


189 00 












6,405 40 




















1,080 


189 00 










24,. 372 


6,594 40 














2 877,067 


32,585 


2,877 0.5 








2,946,6.55 
7,835,402 


32,982 
72,. 389 


2,981 43 




- 






11,753 05 
















2 877 067 


32,585 


2,877 05 








10,782,057 


105,371 


14,734 48 












14,795 


731 


127 93 








14,795 
104,6.54 


731 
7,997 


127 93 










1,999 25 
















14,795 


731 


127 93 








179,449 


8,728 


2,127 18 












Oz. 


189 


23 35 


Oz. 






Oz. 

249 

.531 

4,601 


817 

1,742 

15,748 


138 25 










304 85 














2,755 92 
















75 


189 


28 35 








5,381 


18,307 


3, 199 02 












Gal. 






Gal. 






Gal. 

301 


523 


91 56 
































^ 



56 



CUSTOMS DEPARTMENT 



7 GEORGE V, A. 1917 

No. 1. — General Statement 





Countries. 


Total Imports. 


Entered 


Articles Imported. 


Quantity. 


Value. 


General Tariff. 




Quantity. Value. 1 


Duty. 


Dutiable Goods— Con. 
Drugs, dyes, &c.—CoJi. 


Unit'dKingdom 

Holland 

United States... 

Total 

Unit ' d Kingdom 
China 


Lb. 

4,906 

83,600 

1,955,647 


S 

130 

2,. 547 
71,397 


Lb. 

28 

83,600 

2,017,007 


S 

4 

2,547 

72, 163 


$ cts. 
40 




2.54,70 
7,216 30 




2,044,153 


74,074 


2,100,635 


74,714 


7,471 40 




181,988 
41 
5,947 
5,. 546 
11,079 
12, 746 
244,448 


45,756 

S 

1,125 

i.ass 

3,856 

2,4.57 

90,312 


2,266 

41 

8,105 


641 

8 

1,617 


176 27 




2 20 




France 


444 68 




Holland 






379 

10,507 

246, 116 


96 

1.878 
91,035 


26 40 




Switzerland 

United States... 

Total 

Unit'dKingdom 

France 

United States. . . 

Total 

Unit'dKingdom 


516 45 
25,0.35 16 




461,795 


144,802 


267,414 


95,275 


26,201 16 




938,829 

7,135 

415, 108 


87, 108 

469 

34,643 


66,402 


■ 7,293 


2,005 58 








410,630 


33,846 


9,308,06 




1,361,072 


122, 220 


477,032 


41,139 


11,313 64 






16,428 

12 

689 

40,. 345 


>. 












12 

38 

40,345 


3 30 










10 45 


" 


United States 






11,095 37 




Total 












57,474 




40,395 


11,109 12 




Unit'dKingdom 
United States . 

Total 

Unit'dKingdom 
Japan 








Glycerine, n.o.p 


838 
43,222 


201 
8,311 


160 
43 , 222 


28 
8,311 


4 QO 
1,454 55 




44,060 


8,512 


43,382 


8,339 


1,459 45 




3,171 
46,415 
21,861 


1,758 

16,192 

7,821 










46,515 
28,561 


16,390 
10,067 


2,868 33 




United States . 
Total 

Unit'dKingdom 

Greece 

United States . 

Total 

Unit'dKingdom 
United States . 

Total 

Unit'dKingdom 

France 

Italy 


1,761 73 




71,447 


25,771 


75,076 


26.457 


4,630 06 


Opium (crude) 


290 

100 

1,351 


1,924 

548 

9,328 


290 

100 

1,351 


1,924 

548 

9,328 


290 00 

100 OO 

1,351 00 




1,741 


11,800 


1,741 


11,800 


1,741 00 


Other, n.o.p 


5,032 
28,215 


593 
2,232 








28,215 


2,232 


390 66 




33,247 


2,825 


28,215 


2,232 


390 66 


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


100,221 

9,440 

1 , 965 

294,075 

1,377,404 


26,344 

2,0.34 

2.50 

23,. 52(1 

165, 04( 


100,221 

9,440 

1 , 965 

469,667 

1,221,014 


20,344 

2,6.34 

250 

.37.573 

138,285 


5,927 40 

592 65 

56 25 




Turkey 

United States... 

Total 


8,4.53 93 
31,114 20 




1,783,105 


217,800 


1,802,307 


205,086 


46,144 43 



TRADE -4.\Z) yAVIGATIOX 



57 



SESSIONAL PAPER No. 11 

OF Imports — Continued. 



for Home Consumption. 



Preferential Tariff. 1 

1 


Treaty Rat 


es. 1 




Total. 




Quantity. 


Value. 


Duty. 


Quantity. 


Value. Duty. 


Quantity . 


Value. 


Duty Coll'd 


Lb. 

4,878 


$ 

126 


S cts. 
6 30 


Lb. 


S 


$ cts. 


Lb. 

4,906 

83 600 

2,017,007 


S 

130 
2, 547 

72, 163 


S cts. 
.6 70 










254 70 














7,216 30 
















4,878 


126 


6 30 








2,105,513 


74,840 


7,477 70 












176,764 


44,611 


7,807 03 


143 


75 


18 75 


179, 173 

. 41 

13, U2 

2, 231 

10, 250 

13,862 

246,116 


45,327 

8 

2,507 

460 

3,570 

2,684 

91,035 


8,002 05 
2 20 








5.007 
2,231 
9,901 
3,355 


890 

460 

3,474 

803 


222 50 
115 00 
868 50 
201 50 


667 18 








115 00 








894 90 


■■■' 1 


717 95 


! 


25.035 16 












176,764 


44,611 


7,807 03 


20,637 


5, 705 


1,426 23 


464,815 


145,. 591 


35,434 44 


877, 187 


80,171 


14,029 97 








943,589 

8,335 

410,630 


87,464 

655 

33,846 


16 035 55 




8,335 


655 


163,75 


163,75 








9,308 06 
















877, 187 


80, 171 


14,«29 97 


8,335 


655 


163 75 


1,362,5.54 


121,965 


25,507 36 




16,387 


2,867 81 




46 


11 50 




16,433 

12 

689 

40.345 


2,879 31 




u 




3 30 










651 


162 75 




173 20 












11,095 37 






















16,387 


2,867 81 




697 


174 25 




57,479 


14,151 18 










678 


173 


25 95 








838 
43,222 


201 
'8,311 


30 85 










1,454 55 
















678 


173 


25 95 








44,060 


8.512 


1,485 40 












3,171 


1,758 


263 70 


3,171 
46,515 
28,561 


1.758 
16.390 
10,007 


263 70 










2,868 33 














1,761 73 
















3,171 


1,758 


263 70 








78,247 


28,215 


4,893 76 
























290 

100 

1,351 


1,924 

548 

9.3-^8 


290 00 


1 










100 00 








" 






1,351 00 






' 
























l,74l' 11.800 


1,741 00 
















5,032 


593 


88 95 








5,0.32 
28,215 


593 
2,232 


88 95 










390 66 
















5,032 


593 


88 95 








33,247 


2,825 


479 61 
























100.221 

9,440 

1,965 

469,667 

1,221,014 


26,344 

2,6.34 

250 

37,573 

138,285 


5,927 40 














.592 65 














56 25 














8,453 93 














31,114 20 




























1,802,307 


205,086 


46,144 43 



















58 



CUSTOMS DEPARTMENT 



7 GEORGE V, A. 1917 

No. 1. — General Statement 





Countries. 


Total Imports. 


Entered 


Articles Imported. 


/">..„_*,•<.,- i AT-^l..^ 


General Tariff. 






Quantity. 


Value. 


Duty. 


DuTL^BLE Goods — Con. 
Drugs, dj-es, &c — Con. 


Unit'dKingdom 
United States... 

Total 

Unit'dKingdom 


Lb. 

32,662 
261,684 


2,842 

ii,ai6 


Lb. 


S 


S cts. 




260,684 


11,481 


2,009 29 




294, 346 


14,458 


260,684 


11,481 


2,009 29 


Medicinal, chemical and phar- 
maceutical preparations, in- 
cluding proprietary' prepara- 




371,888 

9,043 

1 

304 

2,905 

77,228 




8,299 

9,042 

1 

203 

2,717 

75,611 

152 

1,269 

2,661 

417 

440,272 


2,074 75 






2,260 50 








25 








50 75 










679 25 










18,902 75 










38 00 




Italy I 




577 

2,661 

417 

441,034 




317 25 










665 25 










104 25 




United States 






110,068 00 




Total . ... 












906,058 




540,644 


135,161 00 




Unit'dKingdom 
B W Indies. 








Medicinal, chemical and phar- 
maceutical preparations in- 
cluding proprietary prepara- 




7,501 

23 

808 

619 

19,550 

2,458 

387 

103 

3 

6 

60,631 




9,418 

23 

808 

349 

19,622 

2,458 

411 

103 

2 

6 
60,164 


5,650 80 






13 80 








484 80 


China.. 






209 40 










11,773 20 




HoUand 






1,474 80 




Italy 






246 60 










61 80 










1 80 










3 60 










36,098 40 




Total. 












92,089 




93, 365 


56,019 00 




Unit 'd Kingdom 








Medicinal, chemical and phar- 
maceutical preparations in- 
cluding proprietary prepara- 
tions (all other) non-alcoholic. 




38,124 
22 

68,071 
24 










- 


























Total. 














106,241 










Unit'dKingdom 










Liquid preparations, non-alco- 
holic for disinfecting, dipping 
or spraying, n.o.p 




15,607 

16 

745 

276 

1 
77, 741 




684 

16 

715 

276 

1 

77,607 


171 00 






4 00 








178 75 


Holland 






69 00 










25 




United States.. 






19,401 75 




Total . . 












94,386 




79,299 


19,824 75 




Unit'dKingdom 












115,533 

13 

88 

1,631 

28.495 

145,852 




497 
13 


136 68 


preparations. 






3 58 


















1,240 

31 , 939 

151,069 


341 00 










8,783 23 










41,544 17 




Total 












291.612 




184,758 


50.808 66 















TRADE AND NAVIGATION 



59 



SESSIONAL PAPER No. 11 

OF Imports — Contimied. 



for Home Consumption. 



Preferential Tariff. 


Treaty Rat 


es. 




Total. 




Quantity. Value. 


Duty. 


Quantity. 


Value. 


Duty. 


Quantity. 


Value. 


Duty Coll'd 


Lb 
32,202 


? 
2,656 


S cts. 
398 40 


Lb 


% 


$ cts. 


Lb 

32,202 
260,684 


S 

2,656 
11,481 


$ cts. 
398 40 








2,009 29 
















32,202 


2,656 


398 40 








292,886 


14, 137 


2,407 69 














344,322 


68,864 40 










352,621 

9,042 

1 

203 

2,717 

75,611 

152 

1,269 

2,661 

417 

440,272 


70,939 15 












L,260 50 
















25 
















50 75 


- 














679 25 
















18,902 75 
















38 00 
















317 25 
















665 25 
















104 25 
















110,068 00 




















344,322 


68,864 40 










884,966 


204,025 40 


























9,418 

23 

808 

349 

19,622 

2,458 

411 

103 

3 



60, 164 


5,650 80 
















13 80 
















484 80 
















209 40 














' 


11,773 20 
















1,474 80 
















246 60 
















61 80 
















1 83 

















3 60 
















.36,098 40 
































93,365 


56,019 00 






1 




t 
















•38,093 
22 

58,691 
24 


9,523 25 

5 50 
14,672 75 

6 00 




38,093 

22 

58,691 

24 


9,523 25 












5 50 










14,672 75 












6 00 




















96,830 


24,207 50 




96,830 


24,207 50 




- 












13,948 


2,789 60 










14,632 

16 

715 

276 

1 

77,007 


2,>960 60 












4 00 
















178 75 
















69 00 
















25 
















19,401 75 




















13,948 


2,789 60 










93,247 


22,614,35 
















115,104 


23.020 80 










115,601 
13 


23, 157 48 












3 58 
































1,240 

31,9.39 

151,069 


341 00 
















8,783 23 
















41,544 17 




















115,104 


23,020 80 










299,862 


73,829 46 


.... 













60 



CUSTOMS DEPARTMENT ii 

7 GEORGE V, A. 1917 

No. 1. — General Statement 





Countries. 


Total Imports. 


Entered 


Articles Imported. 


Quantity. 


Value. 


General Tariff. 




Quantity. 


Value. 


Duty. 


Dutiable Goods — Con. 
Drugs, dyes, &c. — Con. 


Unit'd Kingdom 
United States. . . 

Total 

Unit'd Kingdom 
United States... 

Total 

Unit'd Kingdom 
United States... 

Total 

United States. . . 

Unit'd Kingdom 
United States. . 

Total 

United States 


Oz. 

3,102 
12,393 


S 

7,498 
64,701 


Oz. 


$ 


S cts. 




12,393 


64,701 


11,322 6S 




15,495 


72,199 


12,393 


64,701 


11,322 68 




Lb. 

26 
144 


171 
1,175 


Lb. 

26 
144 


171 

1,175 


35 10 




194 40 




170 


1,346 


170 


1,346 


229 50 


Potash or potassia, bicarbonate 
of. 


2,356 
920 


306 
123 








920 


123 


21 54 




3,276 


429 


■ 920 


123 


21 54 


Potash and pearl ash, in pack- 
ages less than 25 lbs. each. 

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


6,358 


484 


6,358 


484 


72 60 


22 

5,806 


10 
749 








5,806 


749 


112 35 




5,828 


759 


5,806 


749 


112 35 


Pyroxylin and wood naphtha, 
preparations of, for coating 
imitation leather, and for the 
manufacture of leather belting. 

Salts glauber 




52,312 




52.312 


5,231 20 


Unit'd Kingdom 
United States. 

Total 

Unit'dKingdom 
Newfoundland. . 
United States. . 

Total 

Unit'dKingdom 
United States. . 

Total 

Unit'dKingdom 
United States. . 

Total 

Unit'dKingdom 








507,220 
245,348 


2,226 
5,678 


45,200 
245,348 


170 

5,678 


29 75 




993 68 




752,. 568 


7,904 


290,548 


5,848 


1,023 43 




5,335,610 

100 

2,692,746 


.55,360 

2 

30,039 


879,. 566 

100 

2,692,746 


8,886 

2 

.30,0.39 


1,555 05 




35 
5,257 13 




8,02S,456 


85,401 


3,572,412 


38,927 


6,812 53 


Soda, caustic, when in packages 
less than 25 lbs. each. 


17,511 
71,744 


.599 
4,5.50 








71,744 


4,550 


1,137 50 




89,255 


5,149 


71,744 


4,550 


1, 137 50 


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


50, 105 
9,517,945 


1,090 
275,408 








9,504,345 


274,623 


28,512 76 




9,568,050 


276,498 


9,504,345 


• 274,623 


28,512 76 


Sodium, hyposulphite 




725 
• 3,063 












3,063 


536 06 




Total 










3,788 




3,063 


536 06 













TRADE AND NAVIGATIOy 



61 



SESSIONAL PAPER No. 11 

OF Imports — Continued. 



for Home Consumption. 



Preferential Tariff. 


Treaty Rates. 




Total. 




Quantity. 


Value. 


Duty. 


Quantity. 


Value. 


Duty. 


Quantity. 


Value. 


Duty CoU'd 


Oz. 
3,102 


$ 
7,498 


S cts. 
1.124 70 


Oz. 


1 


$ cts. 


Oz. 

3,102 
12.393 


S 

7,498 
64,701 


$ cts 
1 ''''4 70 










11 322 68 
















3,102 


7,498 


1.124 7C 








15.495 


72,199 


12 447 38 












Lb. 






Lb. 






Lb. 

26 
144 


171 
1,175 


35 10 
194 40 










































170 


1,346 


229 50 
















2,356 


306 


45 90 








2,356 
920 


306 
123 


45 90 










21 54 
















2.356 


.306 


45 90 








3,276 


429 


67 44 
























6,358 


484 


72 60 
















22 


10 


1 00 








22 
5,806 


10 

749 


1 00 










112 35 
















22 


10 


1 00 








5,828 


759 


113 35 


























52,312 


5 231 20 


















462, 020 


2,056 


308 40 








507,220 
245,348 


2,226 
5,678 


338 15 










993 68 
















462.020 


2,056 


308 40 








752, 568 


7,904 


1,331 83 












4.456.042 


46.474 


6.971 10 








5,335,608 

100 

2,692,746 


55.360 

2 

30.0.39 


8,526 15 










35 














5,257 13 
















4.4.56.042 


46.474 


6.971 10 








8.028,4.54 


85.401 


13,783 63 












17,511 


599 


104 85 








17.511 
71.744 


599 
4.550 


104 85 










1. 137 50 
















17,511 


599 


104 85 








89, 2.55 


5. 149 


1.242 35 












49, 1.54 


1.083 


98 30 








49,1.54 
9,504,345 


1,083 
274,623 


98 30 










28.512 76 
















49. 154 


1.083 


98 30 








9.. 5.53. 499 


275,706 


28.611 06 














725- 


108 75 










725 
3,063 


108 75 












536 06 




















725 




108 75 










3,788 


644 81 















62 



CUSTOMS DEPARTMEXT 



7 GEORGE V, A. 1917 

No. 1. — General Statement 





Countries. 


Total Imports. 


Entered 


Articles Imported. 


Quantity. 


Value. 


General Tariff. 




Quantity. 


Value. Duty. 


DuTUBLE Goods— Con. 

Drugs, dyes, &e.^ — Con. 
Sulphuric ether, chloroform and 
solutions of peroxide of hydro- 


Unit'd Kingdom 
United States 




S 

11,511 
65,431 




S - 


S cts. 






64,766 


16, 191 50 


Total 








gen. 




76,942 




64,766 


16, 191 50 




Unit'd Kingdom 








Vaseline and all similar prepara- 
tions of petroleum, for toilet, 
medicinal or other purposes. 




* 

1,895 
35,049 




19 
.35,038 


4 75 






8,759 50 


Total 










36,944 




35, 057 


8,764 25 




United States. . 

Unit'd Kingdom 
Newfoundland.. 
Japan 










Lb. 
798 


122 


Lb. 
798 


122 


47 88 






Yeast, compressed, in packages 
weighing less than 50 lbs 


119 

10 

16 

4,296 


100 
2 
1 

382 








10 

16 

4,296 


2 

1 

382 


60 
96 




United States... 
Total 

Unit'd Kingdom 
United States... 

Total 

Unit'd Kingdom 
B. W. Indies 


257 76 


> 


4,441 


485 


4,322 


385 


259 32 


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


4,121 
r, 400,. 302 


471 
371,309 








1,400,302 


371,309 


42,009 06 




1,404,423 


371,780 


1,400,302 


371,309 


42,009 06 


All other drugs, dyes and che- 




276,374 

73 

98 

25 

10,005 

269 

647 

3,098 

12 

13,762 

791 

202 

16,635 

1,109,847 




6,484 

73 

98 

25 

9,209 

269 

647 

3,098 

12 

4,164 

791 

202 

15,851 

1,029,698 


1,134 70 






12 78 










17 15 










4 38 










1,611 58 










47 08 










113 23 




Holland 






542 15 




Italy 






2 40 










728 70 










138 43 








35 35 


" 








2,773 93 










180,198 74 




Total 












1,431,838 




1,070,621 


187, -360 60 




Unit'd Kingdom 








Earthen and chinaware — (See 
Bricks and Tiles) 




13,968 

32 

330 


' 


511 
41 

321 
70 
32 
32 

124 
79, 170 


1.53 30 


stoneware, and Rockingham 




12 30 


China 






96 30 










21 00 




Holland . 








9 60 




Italy 








9 60 




Japan 




124 
79. 185 




37 20 








23,751 00 




Total... .". . . 












93,639 




80,301 


24,090 30 













TRADE AND NAVIGATION 



63 



SESSIONAL PAPER No. 11 

OF Imforts— Continued. 



for Home Consumption. 



Preferential Tariff. 1 


Treaty Rates. i 




Total. 




Quantity.] Value. ] 


Duty. - 


Quantity. Value. | 


Duty. 


Quantity. 


Value. 


Duty Coll'd 




S 
11,511 


S cts. 
1,726 65 




S 


S cts. 




$ 

11,511 
64,766 


S cts. 
1,726 65 












16, 191 50 




















11,511 


1,726 65 










76, 277 


17,918 15 
















1,876 


281 40 










1,895 
35,038 


286 15 












8,759 50 




















1,876 


281 40 










.. 36,933 


9,045 65 














Lb. "^ 






Lb. 






Lb. 

798 


122 


47 88 














































10 

16 

4,296 


2 

1 

382 


60 














96 














257 76 
















., 












4,322 


385 


259 32 
















2,853 


322 


57 06 








2,853 
1,400,302 


322 
371,309 


57 06 








" 42.009 06 
















2 853 


322 


.57 06 








1,403,155 


371,631 

276,684 

73 

98 

25 

9,209 

269 

647 

3,098 

12 

4,164 

791 

202 

15,851 

1,029,698 


42,066 12 















270,200 


40,530 00 










41,664 70 












12 78 
















17 15 
















4 38 
















1,611 58 
















47 08 
















113 23 
















542 15 
















2 40 
















728 70 
















138 43 
















35 35 
















2,773 93 
















180,198 74 




















270,200 


40,530 00 










1,340,821 


227,890 60 




13,319 


2,663 80 










13,830 

41 

321 

70 

32 

32 

124 

79,170 


2,817 10 












12 30 












' 




96 30 


^ 














21 00 
















9 60 
















9 60 
















37 20 
















23,751 00 


— — 


13,319 


2,663 80 


. . 








93,620 


26.754 10 















64 



CUSTOMS DEPARTMENT 



No. 1. 



7 GEORGE V, A. 1917 

-General Statement 





Countries. 


Total Imports. 


Entered 


Articles Imported. 


Quantity. 


Value. 


General Tariff. 




Quantity. 


Value. 


Duty. 


Dutiable Goods — Con. 
Earthenware, &c. — Con. 


Unit 'd Kingdom 




$ 

84,385 
185 
469 
549 
627 
4,870 

1 

35,188 




$ 

2,610 
161 
469 
549 
625 

4,951 

1 
35,077 


S cts. 
783 00 


decorated, printed or sponged, 
and all earthenware, n.o.p. . . . 






48 30 








140 70 








164 70 




Holland 






187 50 








. 


1,485 30 




Vliquelon and 
St Pierre 






30 










10,523 10 




Total 












126,274 




44,443 


13,332 90 




Unit 'd Kingdom 








Demijohns, churns or crocks 




187 
3 

50 

21 

10,693 




77 

3 

25 


23 10 






90 










7 50 














United States . 






10,693 


3,207 90 




Total 












10, 954 




10,798 


3,239 40 




Unit'd Kingdom 






Table ware of china, porcelain, 
white granite or iron-stoneware 




775,430 

2,204 

27 

212 

45 

128 

102,776 

4,801 

72 

96,883 

3 

58 

769 

37,810 




13,258 

2,195 

27 

212 

45 

128 

102,889 

4,801 

72 

90,900 

3 

58 

769 

37,810 


3,645 95 






603 63 








7 43 




China 






58 30 










12 38 




Egypt and Sou- 






35 20 










28,294 48 




Holland 






1,320 28 




Italy 






19 80 










26,647 50 




Miquelon and 
St Pierre 






83 


- 








15 95 










211 48 


- 








10,398 57 




Total 












1,021,218 




259, 167 


71.271 78 




Unit'd Kingdom 
United States 












5,437 
239 








ed, imported by manufacturers 
of silverware. 






2.39 


53 79 


Total 










5,676 




239 


53 79 




Unit'd Kingdom 








r'hina and porcelain ware, n.o. p 




6,431 

51 

7 

66 
6,460 
5,98C 




246 

51 

7 

66 
6,441 
5.980 


73 80 






15 30 




China 






2 10 










19 80 










1.932 30 











1,794 00 




Total 












18.995 




12.791 


3,837 30 




Unit'dKingdom 
Italy 












7,07S 





424 

347 

34^ 

31,57t 


127 20 


or stone prepared for mosaic 
flooring. 






104 10 






34f 
31,67r 





104 40 




United States . 




[ 


9,473 70 




Total 










39, IOC 


) 


32,69S 


9,809 40 













TRADE AXD yATIGATION 



65 



SESSIONAL PAPER No. 11 

OF Imports — Continued. 



for Home Consumption. 



Preferential Tariff. 




rreaty Rates. 




Total. 




Quantity. 


Value. 


Duty. 


Quantity. 


Value. 


Duty. 


Quantity. 


Value. 


Duty CoU'd 




83,251 


S cts. 
16.650 20 




$ 


S cts. 




S 

85,861 
161 
469 
549 
625 
4,951 

1 

35,077 


S rts. 

17,433 20 
48 30 


























140 70 
















164 70 
















187 50 
















1 485 30 
















30 
















10 523 10 




















83,251 


16,650 20 










127,694 


29.983 10 














102 


20 40 










179 

3 

25 


43 50 












90 
















7 50 
































10,693 


3 207 90 




















102 


20 40 










10,900 


3 '>59 80 
















769,081 


115,362 15 










782,. 339 

2,195 

27 

212 

45 

128 

102,889 

4,801 

72 

96, 900 

3 

58 

769 

37,810 


119.008 10 












603 63 
















7 43 
















58 30 
















12 38 
















35 20 
















28.294 48 
















1,320 28 
















19 80 
















26,647 50 
















83 
















15 95 
















211 48 
















10,398 57 




















769,081 


115.362 15 










1,028,248 


186.633 93 
















5,437 


815 55 










5.437 
239 


815 55 












53 79 




















5,437 


815 55 










5,676 


869 34 
















6,261 


1.252 20 










6,507 

51 

7 

66 
6,441 
5,980 


1.326 00 












15 30 
















2 10 
















19 80 
















1.932 .30 
















1.794 00 




















6,261 


1,252 20 










19,052 


5,089 50 
















6,828 


1.365 60 










7,252 

347 

348 

31.579 


1,492 80 












104 10 
















104 40 
















9.473 70 




















6,828 


1.365 60 










39.526 


11,175 00 






— ■ ■ 









11— ii— 5 



66 



CUSTOMS DEPARTMENT 



7 GEORGE V, A. 1917 

No. 1. — General Statement 





Countries. 


Total Imports. 


Entered 


Articles Imported. 


Quantity. 


Value. 


General Tarifif. 




Quantity. 


Value. 


Duty. 


DtJTiABLE Goods — Con. 

Earthenware, &c. — Con. 
Earthenware tiles, n.o.p 


Unit'd Kingdom 
Holland .... 




29,286 

99 

53,711 




- $ 

324 

99 

54,66/ 


$ cts. 
113 40 






34 65 




United States 






19,133 45 




Total 












83,096 




55,090 


19,281 50 




Unit'd Kingdom 
Hong Kong . . . 










19,789 

27fc 

9 

241 

132 

155 

5,013 

42,061 




431 
276 
9 
241 
132 


129 30 


n.o.p. 




82 80 


China 




2 70 




France 






72 30 




Holland 




39 60 




Italy 










Japan 






5,013 
42,061 


1.503 90 




United States. . 
Total 






12,618 30 












67,676 




48, 163 


14,448 90 




Unit'd Kingdom 

Hong Kong 

China 








Doz. 

2 

50,898 

52,772 

6,578 

5,609,993 


IC 

6,008 

6,357 

917 

1,184,908 


Doz. 

272 

50. 702 

70,697 

6,578 

3,655,703 


68 

5,984 

8,669 

917 

770,462 


8 16 




1.521 06 
2,120 91 




Japan 


197 34 




United States . . 
Total 

Unit'd Kingdom 
France 


109,671 09 




5,720,243 


1,198,200 


3,783,952 


786,100 


113,518 56 






91,448 

215 

.34,963 




2,103 

33 

34,963 


736 05 


garter elastic. 




11 55 


United States. . 




12,237 05 




Total 












126,626 




37,099 


12,984 65 




Unit'd Kingdom 








Electric light carbons and carbon 
points, of all kinds, nop. 




67 




74 

1,776 
49,802 






25 90 






1.776 
49,839 




621 60 




United States 






17,430 70 




Total 












51,682 




51,652 


18,078 20 




United States 






Electrodes, carbon, over 3.5 inches 




4,003 




4,003 


800 60 


in circumference. 
Incandescent lamp bulbs and glass 












954 




954 

58 

61,741 


95 40 








5 80 




United States. . 




61,741 




6,174 10 


mantle stockings for gas light. 


Total 










62,695 




62,753 


6, 275 30 




Unit'dKingdom 








Electric apparatus, n.o.p., insuia- 




206, 176 

142 

1,744 

138 

985 

214 

876 

9 

3,372,953 




9,712 
142 
23 


2,670 80 




39 05 




France 






6 33 


teries; telegraph and telephone 








Italy 






2,841 

75 

597 


781 28 








20 63 




Sweden 







164 18 


















3,360,861 


025,890 22 




Total 












3,583,237 




3,380,251 


929.572 49 






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TRADE AXD yAYIGATION 



67 



SESSIONAL PAPER No. 11 

OF Imports — Continued. 



for Home Consumption. 



Preferential T 


ariff. 


Treaty Rates. 




Total. 




Quantity. 


Value. 


Duty. 


Quantity. 


Value. 


Duty. 


Quantity. 


Value. 


Duty Coll'd 




29,372 


S cts. 
7,343 00 




$ 


$ cts. 




$ 

29,696 

99 

54,667 


$ cts. 
7 456 40 












34 65 
















19,133 45 




















29,372 


7,343 00 










84,462 


26,624 50 














19,412 


3,882 40 










19,843 

276 

9 

241 

132 


4 Oil 70 












82 80 
















2 70 
















72 30 
















39 60 
































5,013 
42,061 


1,503 90 
















12,618 30 




















19,412 


3,882 40 










67,575 


18,331 30 














Doz. 






Doz. 






Doz. 

272 

50,702 

70,697 

6,'578 

3,655,703 


68 

5,984 

8,669 

917 

770,462 


8 16 














1,521 06 














2,120 91 














197 34 














109,671 09 




























3,783,952 


786, 100 


113,518 56 


















89, 270 


22,317 50 




76 
182 


24 70 
59 15 




91,449 

215 

24,963 


23,078 25 






70 70 










12,237 05 




















89,270 


22,317 50 




258 


83 85 




126,627 


35,386 00 










67 


15 OS 










67 

74 

1,776 

49,802 


15 08 












25 90 
















621 60 
















17,430 70 




















67 


15 08 










51,719 


18,093 28 




























4,003 

954 

58 

61,741 


800 60 


















- 












95 40 
















5 80 
















6,174 10 
































62, 753 


6, 275 30 




















197,363 


29,604 45 




201 


50 25 




207,276 

142 

1,744 


32,325 50 




39 05 










1,721 


430 25 




436 58 































2,841 

214 

2,825 

9 

3,366,861 


781 28 










1.39 

2,228 
9 


.34 75 
557 00 

2 25 




55 38 












721 18 












2 25 












925,890 22 




















197,. 363 


29,604 45 




4,298 


1,074 50 




3,581,912 


960, 251 44 









68 



CrSTOMS DEPARTMEXT 



7 GEORGE V, A. 1917 

No. 1. — General Statement 





Countries. 


Total Imports. 


Entered 


Articles Imported. 


Quantity. 


Value. 


General Tariff. 




Quantity. 


Value. 


Duty. 


Dutiable Goods — Con. 

Electric motors, generators, and 
dy.namos. 


Unit'dKingdom 
Germany 




S 

35,449 

8 

566 

1,221 




$ 

737 

8 

566 

601 


S cts. 
202 68 






2 20 


Italy 






1.55 65 










165 28 




Switzerland. 










United States. . 




862,879 




863, 128 


237.361 01 




Total 












900, 123 




865,040 


237.886 82 




Unit'dKingdom 
Azores and 
Madeira .... 








Embroideries, not otherwise pro- 
vided for. 




9,346 

211 
3,018 

378 

8,829 

26,827 




492 

211 
1,518 


172 20 






73 85 










531 30 


















1,238 
27, 134 


433 30 




United States 




9.496 90 




Total 












48,609 




30,593 


10.707 55 




Unit'dKingdom 

.Japan 

United States. . 








Emery and carborundum wheels 
and manufactures of emery or 




307 

1 

169,299 












1 
169,299 


25 




42,324 75 




Total 

Unit 'd Kingdom 
Newfoundland. . 












169,607 




169,300 


42,325 00 








Express parcels of >mall value 




1.0.57 
14 

1 
1,725,578 




159 
14 

1 

1.725,578 


27 82 






4 06 




Miquelon and 
St. Pierre .... 






1 00 




United States. 
Total 

Unit'dKingdom 






482,720 58 














1,726,650 




1,725.752 


482,753 46 








Fancy goods, viz. — 

Alabaster, spar, amber, terra 
cotta, or composition orna- 
ments. 




2,426 

95 

1,573 

51 

4,947 

123 

30, 144 




326 

95 

232 

51 

4.907 

17 

30.128 


100 80 






28 50 








69 (iO 


Holland 






15 .30 




Italy 






1,472 10 










5 10 




United States . . . 






9,0.38 40 




Total 








•• 




39.359 




35,766 


10,729 80 




Unit'dKingdom 
B W Indies. 








Bead ornaments 




2,540 

54 

2 

63 

1,822 
57 

8,003 




173 


51 90 










Hong Kong 






2 


60 














France 






94 


28 20 
















8,003 


2,400 90 




Total 












12,541 




8,272 


2,481 60 




Unit'dKingdom 








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




56.072 

26 

35 

2.549 

53 

4,915 

79 

69 

121,916 




2.587 

26 

35 

243 

59 

312 

79 

57 

121.859 


905 45 






9 10 








12 25 








' 


85 05 










20 65 










109 20 




Portugal 






27 ()5 








19 95 




United States.. 






42,650 65 




Total 












185,714 




125,257 


43,839 95 













TRADE .4X7) XAVIGATION 



69 



SESSIONAL PAPER No. 11 

OF Imports — Conlinued. 



for Home Consumption. 



Preferential Tariff. 


Treaty Rat 


es. 




Total. 




Quantity. 


Value. 


Duty. 


Quantity. 


Value. 


Duty. 


Quantity . 


Value. 


Duty Coll'd 




% 
34,653 


S cts. 
5,197 95 




$ 


$ cts. 




$ 

35,390 

8 

566 

1,875 

191 

863, 128 


$ ets. 
5,400 63 












2 20 
















155 65 










1,274 
191 


318 50 

47 75 




483 7S 












47 75 












2.37,361 01 




















34,653 


5,197 95 




1,465 


366 25 




901,158 


243,451 02 












5,087 


1,271 75 




3,864 


1,094 05 




9,443 

211 

3,018 

378 

8,829 

27,134 


2,538 00 








73 85 






<r 




1,500 

378 
7,. 591 


413 13 

104 24 

2,077 03 




944 43 












104 24 












2,510 33 












9,496 90 




















5,087 


1,271 75 




13,3.33 


3,688 45 




49,013 


15,667 75 












307 


53 74 










307 

1 
169,299 


53 74 












25 
















42,324 75 




















307 


53 74 










169,607 


42, .378 74 
















898 


185 75 










1,057 
14 

1 

1,725,578 


213 57 












4 06 
















1 00 
















482,720 58 




















898 


185 75 










1,726,650 


482,939 21 
















1,214 


242 80 




876 


240 90 




2,426 

95 

1,.575 

51 

4,907 

123 

30, 128 


584 50 








28 50 










1,343 


369 36 




438 96 












15 30 






~ 










1,472 10 










106 


29 15 




34 25 












9,038 40 




















1,214 


242 80 




2,325 


639 41 




39,305 


11,612 01 












1,251 
54 


250 20 
10 80 




1,116 


306 90 




2,540 

54 

2 

63 

1,822 
57 

8,003 


609 00 








10 80 












60 










63 

1,728 
57 


17 .32 

475 39 

15 67 




17 32 












503 59 












15 67 












2,400 90 




















1,305 


261 00 




2,964 


815 28 




12,541 


3,557 88 












53,310 


11,995 20 




256 


76 80 




56, 153 

26 

35 

2,549 

59 

4,918 

79 

69 

121,859 


12,977 45 








9 10 
















12 25 










2,306 


691 80 




776 85 












20 65 










4,606 


1,.381 80 




1,491 00 












27 65 










12 


3 60 




23 55 












42,650 65 




















53,310 


11,995 20 




7,180 


2,154 00 




185,747 


57,989 15 











70 



CUSTOMS DEPARTMENT 



7 GEORGE V, A. 1917 

No. 1. — General Statement 





Countries. 


Total Imports. 


Entered 


Articles Imported. 


Quantity. 


Value. 


General Tariff. 




Quantity. 


Value. 


Duty. 


Dutiable Goods — Con. 

Fancy goods, viz. — Con. 

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


Unit' d Kingdom 




s- 

47,564 

29 

170 

14,557 

10 

514 

113 

82 

53 

1,157 

179,289 




S 

1,921 

29 

104 

2,053 

10 


$ cts. 
672 35 






10 15 


Belgium 






36 40 










718 55 










3 50 




Holland 










Italy 






113 

2 

53 

88 
179,467 


39 55 










70 










18 55 








30 80 










62,813 45 




Total 












243,538 




183,840 


64,-344 00 




Unit'd Kingdom 
France .... 












66 

457 

4,686 














4.57 
4,686 


45 70 










468 60 




Total 








trimmings. 




5,209 




5,143 


514 30 




Unit'dKingdom 








Cases for jewellery, watches, 
silverware, plated ware and 
cutlery. 




3,894 

13 

8 

49 

16,794 












13 


4 55 






















United States.. 






16,794 


5,877 90 




Total . . . 












20,758 




16,807 


5,882 45 




Unit'dKingdom 
B W Indies 












42 

ir, 

71 

103 

49 

1,541 

74 

912 




11 


3 30 


















71 
103 

48 
529 

74 
912 


21 30 










30 90 




France 






14 40 










1-58 70 




Spain 






22 20 




United States 
Total 






2r3 60 














2,807 




1,748 


524 40 




Unit'dKingdom 








Feathers, fruits, grains, leaves 




73,976 




17,854 

162 

54, 62^ 

86 

1,091 

45 

369,873 


4,909 85 


and flowers, artificial, suitable 
for ornamenting hats 






44 .55 


France 




54, £43 

86 

1,091 

45 

370,032 




15,022 70 




Germany 






23 65 


" 


■Japan 






300 02 






12 37 




United States 
Total 






101,716 41 














499,773 




443,739 


122,029 55 




Unit'dKingdom 
B. S. Africa 








Feathers, fancy, undressed. 




10,542 
14,553 
13, 1.33 




279 


41 85 










United States 
Totul 






13,618 


2,042 70 














38,228 




13,897 


2,084 55 




Unit'dKingdom 








Feathers, fancy, n.o.p. and 




.58,500 
5 
4 

3"), 355 




24,890 
5 
4 

.35,3.55 
109,322 


6,844 77 






1 37 










1 10 




France 






9,722 62 




United States. . 




109,-322 




30,064 14 




'i'otal 












203,186 




169,. 576 


46,634 00 













TRADE AND NAT I GAT I ON 



71 



SESSIONAL PAPER No. 11 

OF Imports — Continued. 



for Home Consumption. 



Preferential Tariff. 


Treaty Rates. 




Total. 




Quantity. 


Value. 


Duty. 


Quantity. 


Value. 


Duty. 


Quantity. 


Value. 


Duty Coll'd 




$ 

38,963 


$ cts. 
9,740 75 




S 

6,117 


S cts. 
1,988 02 




47,001 

29 

170 

14,755 

10 

514 

113 

82 

53 

1,157 

179,467 


$ cts. 
12,401 12 








10 15 










66 
12,702 


21 45 
4,128 36 




57 85 












4,846 91 












3 50 










514 


167 05 




167 05 












39 55 










80 


26 00 




26 70 












18 55 










1,069 


347 47 




378 27 












62,813 45 




















38,963 


9,740 75 




20,548 


6,678 35 




243,351 


80,763 10 












66 


3 30 








66 

457 

4,686 


3 30 












45 70 
















468 60 




















66 


3 30 










5,209 


517 60 
















3,876 


872 12 




18 


5 40 




3,894 

13 

8 

49 

16,794 


877 52 








4 55 










8 
49 


2 40 
14 70 




2 40 




, 








14 70 












5,877 90 


















3,876 


872 12 




75 


22 50 




20,758 


6,777 07 










2 
15 


40 
3 00 




30 


8 25 




43 

15 

71 

103 

49 

1,478 

74 

912 


11 95 








3 00 












21 30 
















30 90 










1 

949 


27 
261 05 




14 67 












419 75 












22 20 
















273 60 




















17 


3 40 




980 


269 57 




2,745 


797 37 












56, 122 


11,224 40 










73,976 

162 

54,628 

86 

1,091 

45 

369,873 


16,134 25 












44 55 
















15,022 70 
















23 65 
















300 02 






- 










12 37 
















101,716 41 




















56, 122 


11,224 40 










499,861 


133,2-53 95 
















10, 776 
5,482 


1,077 60 
548 20 










11,0.55 

5,482 
13,618 


1,119 45 












548 20 












2,042 70 




















16, 258 


1,625 80 










30, 155 


3,710 35 
















33,610 


6,722 00 










58,500 
5 
4 

35,355 
109,322 


13,566 77 












1 37 
















1 10 
















9,722 62 
















30,064 14 




















33,610 


6,722 00 










203,186 


53,3.56 00 








1- 1" 





72 



CUSTOMS DEPARTMENT 



7 GEORGE V, A. 1917 

No. 1. — General Statement 





Countries. 


Total Imports. 


Entered 


Articles Imported. 


Quantity. 


Value. 


General Tariff. 




Quantity. 


Value. 


Duty. 


Dutiable Goods — Con. 

Fancy goods, viz. — Con. 
Feathers, ostrich and vulture. 


Unit'd Kingdom 




$ 

24,092 

9,621 

25,760 




$ 

688 

9,621 

2.5,760 


$ cts. 
189 20 






2,645 77 




United States 






7,084 12 




Total 












59,473 




36,069 


9,919 09 




Unit'd Kingdom 








Ivory or bone dice, draughts. 




2 

3 

325 












3 
325 


52 




United States 






56 88 




Total 














330 




328 


57 40 




Unit'd Kingdom 








Lace, n.o.p., lace collars and all 




552, 690 

938 

11 

8,976 

102, 068 




38,444 

493 

11 

8,976 

45,714 

304 

428 

506 

410 

2,057 

185,350 


13,455 40 






172 55 


and nettings of cotton, linen, 
silk or other material, n.o.p. 


Honf Kong .... 




3 85 






3,141 60 








15.999 90 










106 40 




Italy 




423 

5,303 

410 

14,581 

187 665 




148 05 










177 10 










143 50 










719 95 










64,872 50 




Total 












873,065 




282,688 


98,940 80 




Unit'd Kingdom 








Statues and statuettes of any 




1,370 
11,137 

7,782 

78 

100 

28, 154 




142 

2,946 

5,930 

2 

100 

28,154 


42 60 




883 80 




Italy 




1,779 00 








60 










30 00 




United States. . . 
Total 






8,446 20 














48,621 




37,274 


11,182 20 




Unit'd Kingdom 












1,489 

6 

24,310 




9 

1 

24,323 


3 15 








35 










8,513 05 




Total 












25,805 




24,333 


8,516 55 




Unit'd Kingdom 








Toys, and dolls of all kinds 




82,789 

117 

5 

27,335 

2,886 

90 

2,467 

67,070 

38 

111 

459,425 




3,279 

117 

5 

5,847 

2,886 

90 

2,403 

2,466 

38 


983 70 
35 10 




f "hina. 






1 50 








1,754 10 










865 80 










27 00 




Italy 






720 90 










739 80 










11 40 














United States... 
Total 






459,450 


137,835 00 












642,333 




476,581 


142,974 30 













TRADE AXD XAVTOATIOX 



73 



SESSIONAL PAPER No. 11 

OF Imports — Continued. 



for Home Consumption. 



Preferential Tariff. 


Treaty Rates. 




Total. 




Quantity. 


Value. 


Duty. 


Quantity. 


Value. 


Duty. 


Quantity. 


Value. 


Duty CoU'd 




S 
23,404 


S cts. 
4,680 80 




$ 


$ cts. 




. $ 

24,092 

9,621 

25, 760 


.$ cts. 
4,870 00 












2,645 77 
















7,084 12 












* 








23,404 


4,680 80 










59,473 


14,599 89 
















2 


30 










2 
325 


30 












52 
















56 88 




















2 


30 










330 


57 70 
















458,970 
445 


114,742 50 
HI 25 




52,688 


14,632 .38 




550, 102 

938 

11 

8,976 

100,2il4 

304 

423 

5,989 

410 

14,417 

185,350 


142,830 28 








283 80 












3 85 
















3, 141 60 










54,500 


15,0.55 94 




31,0.55 84 












106 4