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1-2  EDWARD  VII. 


SESSIONAL  PAPER  No.  11 


A.  1902 


TABLES 


OF  THE 


TRADE  AND  NAVIGATION 


OF  THE 


DOMINION  OF  CANADA 

FOR  THE 

FISCAL  YEAR  ENDED  JUNE  30 

1901 

COMPILED  FROM  OFFICIAL  RETURNS 


PRINTED  BY  ORDER  Oi  PARLIAMENT 


OTTAWA 

PRINTED  BY  S.  E.  DAWSON,  PRINTER  TO  THE  KING'S  MOST 
EXCELLENT  MAJESTY 
1901 

So.  11  — 1902.  |  R_4 


1-2  EDWARD  VII. 


SESSIONAL  PAPER  No.  11 


A.  1902 


To  His  Excellency  the  Right  Honourable  Sir  Gilbert  John  Elliot,  Earl  of  Minto, 
G.C.M.G.,  &c,  &c,  Governor  General  of  Canada. 

May  it  Please  Your  Excellency, — 

The  undersigned  has  the  honour  to  present  to  Your  Excellency  the  Tables  of  Trade 
and  Navigation  of  the  Dominion  of  Canada  for  the  Fiscal  Year  ended  June  30,  1901,  as 
prepared  from  Official  Returns  and  laid  before  me  by  the  Commissioner  of  Customs. 

All  of  which  is  respectfully  submitted. 

W.  PATERSON, 

Minister  of  Customs. 

Ottawa,  September  10,  1901. 


1-2  EDWARD  VII. 


SESSIONAL  PAPER  No.  11 


Hon.  ,  William  Paterson, 

Minister  of  Customs. 


Customs  Department, 

Ottawa,  September  10,  1901. 


I  have  the  honour  to  hand  you  the  annual  statement  of  the  Trade  and  Navigation 
of  the  Dominion  of  Canada  for  the  fiscal  year  ended  June  30,  1901. 

I  have  the  honour  to  be,  sir, 

Your  obedient  servant, 

JOHN  McDOUGALD, 

Commissioner  of  Customs. 


1-2  EDWARD  VII. 


SESSIONAL  PAPER  No.  11 


A.  1902 


INDEX  TO  TABLES. 


8  h  s 

6  * 

32 


Subject. 


Description. 


Page. 
Part  L 


Imports  and  Exports . 
Aggregate  Trade  .  . . 

Exports  

Imports  

Revenue  ...   

ii      percentage.  . 

Imports  and  Exports. 


Shipping 


Revenue   . 

Imports  

Imports  and  Exports 
Imports  


20  Exports 
21 


Imports  and  Exports 
Warehousing  


Transhipment  

Imports  and  Exports. 


PART  L 

Comparative  Tables. 

Total  Exports,  Imports,  Goods  entered  for  Consumption  and 

Duty  collected  from  1868  to  1901  

Total  Trade  (entered  for  Consumption  and  Exported)  by  Coun- 
tries, 1873  to  1901   2 

Total  Trade,  Imports  and  Exports,  1868  to  1901   3 

Total  Exports  by  Countries,  1873  to  1901.   4 

Total  value  of  Goods  entered  for  Consumption,  1873  to  1901  . .  5 

Total  Duty  Collected  by  Countries,  1873  to  1901   6 

Percentage  of  Duty  on  Imports,  percentage  expense  of  collec 

tion,  1868  to  1901  

Comparative  Statement  of  Imports  and  Exports,  showing  per 
centage  excess  of  Imports  over  Exports,  &c,  1868  to  1901. 
Comparative  Statement  by  Ports,  Exports,  Imports  entered 

for  Consumption,  3  years    |  10 

Comparative  Statement,   Hx  ports.  Imports  entered  for  Con 

sumption  by  Provinces,  3  years  

Total  Vessels  built,  registered  and  sold,  and  Total  Tonnage 
entered  Inwards  and  Outwards  since  Confederation   

Tables  for  Fiscal  Year  1901. 

Statement  of  Customs  Duties  collected  at  each  Port  and  Out- 
port,  1901   25 

Summary  Statement,  Dutiable,  1901     40 

Free,  1901...   102 

Statement  of  Imports  from  Countries  embraced  in  the  British 

Empire  and  other  Countries,  1901   J  119 

Statement  of  Goods  entered  for  Consumption,  1900  and  1901 . . !  127 

Statement,  by  Countries,  of  Articles  Imported  in  1901  under 

French  Treaty  '  135 

Statement  of  Imports  from  the  West  Indies,  1901  i  139 

Dominion  Abstract  value  of  Imports  by  Countries,  1901  (Du- 
tiable and  Free)  and  Exports  (Home  and  Foreign  products).  140 

Abstract  by  Countries  value  of  Goods  Imported  and  entered 

for  Consumption,  1901   142 

Abstract  by  Countries  value  of  Exports  from  Canada,  1901. ...  144 

Summary  Statement  of  Exports,  showing  Home  and  Foreign 

produce  .  . .      146 

Statement  of  Goods  Exported,  1900  and  1901   156 

Statement  of  Exports  to  Countries  embraced  in  the  British 

Empire  and  all  other  Countries     166 

Value  of  Goods  Imported  and  Exported  via  L'nited  States 

Ports,  1901   174 

Statement  of  the  Value  of  Goods  remaining  in  Warehouse, 

1899,  1900  and  1901   175 

Statement  of  Transhipment  trade  at  Montreal   176 

Value  of  Goods  Imported  or  Exported  via  St.  Lawrence   183 


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INDEX  TO  TABLES— Concluded. 


g  a,  S 

S  O  H 


10 
11 
12 
13 

14 

15 

16 

17 

18 

19 

20 
21 


General  Imports 

General  Exports 
Shipping  .  . 


Subject. 


Description. 


PART  II. 


General  Statement  of  Imports  by  Countries,  Dutiable  

General  Statement  of  Imports  by  Countries,  Free  ...   

Abstract  by  Countries,  value  of  Goods  Imported  and  entered 

for  Consumption  

General  Statement  of  Exports  (Home  and  Foreign  products) 

by  Countries  

Abstract  by  Countries  of  Total  Exports  

Statement  of  Vessels  entered  Inward  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  

Abstract  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  Inwar  Is  and  Outwards 

Summary  Statement  of  all  Vessels  arrived  and  departed  

Trade  with  each  Country  by  Ports  and  Nationality  of  Vessels 

Inwards  

Summary  Statement  of  Vessels  Inwards  from  Sea,  by  Countries 

and  Nationalities  

Trade  with  each  Country  by  Ports  and  Nationalities  of  Vessels, 

Outwards  ;   

S  jmmary  Statement  of  Vessels  Outwards  for  Sea,  by  Countries 

and  Nationalities  

Statement  of  intercourse  by  Inland  Navigation,  between  Can- 
ada and  United  States,  Inwards  

Statement  of  intercourse  by  Inland  Navigation,  between  Can- 
ada and  United  States,  Outwards  

Summary  Statement  of  Inland  Navigation,  Inwards  and  Out- 
wards  

Statement  of  Vessels  employed  in  the  Coasting  Trade   

ii  ii       built  and  registered  . .  


Page. 
Pakt  II. 


2 
262 

318 

320 
375 

376 
382 

386 
392 

395 
400 
402 
403 

404 

442 

444 

480 

482 

486 

490 
491 
504 


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A.  1902 


EXPLANATORY  NOTES. 

In  General  Statement  No.  1  (Pt.  ii)  of  Imports  and  Goods  entered  for  Con- 
sumption, The  term  4i  Entered  for  Consumption  "  is  the  technical  term  in  use  at 
the  custom-house,  and  does  not  imply  that  the  goods  have  been  actually  consumed 
in  Canada,  but  that  they  have  passed  into  the  possession  of  the  importer  and 
that  duty  has  been  paid  on  that  portion  liable  for  duty. 

The  value  of  goods  imported  is  governed  by  Section  58  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  consumption,  in  the  principal 
markets  of  the  country  whence  and  at  the  time  when  the  same  were  exported 
direct  to  Canada." 

In  General  Statement  Xo.  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  bv  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  new  Regulations  commencing  1st  July,  1900,  all  Export  entries  are 
delivered  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  additions  heretofore  made 
to  the  export  statistics  (prior  to  1st  July  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  merchandize  of  the  value  stated  was  entered  imcards  or  passed  outimrds 
at  the  ports  mentioned  but  do  not  imply  that  the  imports  were  all  for  consump- 
tion 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  n  is  their  value  at  the  time  of  exporta- 
tion 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  X.E.S.  mean  "  not  elsewhere  specified." 

"         X.O.P.  mean  "  not  otherwise  provided  for." 

The  expression  "  Gallon  "  means  an  imperial  gallon. 

"  "  Ton  "  means  two  thousand  pounds,  and  "  Cwt."  one  hundred  pounds. 

"  "  Standard  hundred  "  when  applied  to  deals,  means  2,750  feet  board 

measure. 

"  "  Ton,"  applied  to  square  timber,  means  40  cubic  feet. 

In  the  shipping  tables  the  tonnage  is  given  in  net  tons. 


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A.  1902 


ERRATA. 

Page   34,  part  II.  "  Cocoa  Carpeting  "  &c — "  Italy  "  should  read  "  Japan." 

"    150,      "       "  Lime  juice  and  fruit  juices  "—26%  should  read  25%. 

"    166,      "       "  Mustard  Cake  "— "  Great  Britain  "  should  read  "  United  States. 

"  270,  "  "  Horses  for  imp'vt.  of  Stock  " — U.S.  consumption,  should  read  No 
246,  value  $89,839;  and  total  should  read  No.  350,  value 
$154,737. 

"    286,      "       "  Burgundy  Pitch  "— "  Great  Britain  "  should  read  "  United  States." 

"    311,      "        "  Arms  and  military  clothing  " — Omit  "  not  "  in  last  line. 

"    322,       "        "  Mineral  pigments  " — For  "  Newfoundland  "  read   "  Argentina  "  ; 

and  for  "  Argentina  "  read  "  Newfoundland." 

"  334,  "  "  Shingles  "—For  "  B.  Africa  "  read  "  B.  W.  Indies  "  ;  and  for  «  B. 
W.  Indies  "  read  "  B.  Africa." 

"  340,  "  "  Eggs  " — for  "  Belgium  "  immediately  following  Australasia  read 
"  British  Guiana." 

"    341,      "       "  Hides  "—For  "  B.  E.  Indies  "  read  "  B.  W.  Indies." 

"  372,  "  "  Wood  manufactures  of,  N.  E.  S."— For  «  Austria,  $208  "  read 
"  Austria,  $248  "  ;  Omit  "  Argentina,  $40." 

Produce.  Non-produce.  Total. 
"    375,      "       "Dutch  West  Indies"— 19,954       492       20,446  should  read, 

10,336       422  10,758 
"Danish  West  Indies"—  9,618         70  9,688 


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A.  1901 


TABLES 


TRADE    AND  NAVIGATION 


PAET  I. 


No.  1. — Value  of  total  Exports,  Imports  and  Goods  entered  for  Consumption 
in  the  Dominion,  with  the  duty  collected  thereon,  for  the  under- 
mentioned years : 


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1868. 

1869.. 

1870. 

1871. 

1872. 

1873. 

1874. 

1875. 

1876. 

1877. 

1878. 

1879. 

1880. 

1881. 

1882. 

1883. 

1884. 

1885 

1886. 

1887. 

1888. 

1889. 

1890. 

1891. 

1892. 

1893. 

1894. 

1895. 

1896. 

1897. 

1898. 

1899. 

1900. 

1901. 


Total 
Exports. 


57,567,S88 
60,474,781 
73,573,490 
74,173,618 
82,639,663 
89,789,922 
89,351,928 
77,886,979 
80,966,435 
75,875,393 
79,323,667 
71,491,255 
87,911,458 
98,290,823 
102,137,203 
98,085,804 
91,406,496 
89,238,361 
85,251,314 
89,515,811 
90,203,000 
89,189,167 
96,749,149 
98,417,2% 
113,963,372 
118,564,352 
117,524,949 
113,638.803 
121,013,852 
137,950,253 
164,152,683 
158,896,905 
191,894,723 
196,487,632 


Total 
Imports. 


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 
132,254,022 
116,397,043 
108,941,486 
104,424,561 
112,892,236 
110,894,630 
115,224,931 
121,858,241 
119,967,638 
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 


Entered 
for 

Consumption. 


Duty. 


71,985,306 
67,402,170 
71,237,603 
86,947,482 
107,709,116 
127,514,594 
127,404,169 
119,618,657 
94,733,218 
96,300,483 
91,199,577 
S0,341,608 
71,782,349 
91,611,604 
112,648,927 
123,137,019 
108,180,644 
102,710,019 
99,602,694 
105,639,428 
102,847,100 
109,673,447 
112,765,584 
113,345,124 
116,978,943 
121,705,030 
113,093,983 
105,252,511 
110,587,480 
111,294,021 
130,698.006 
154,051,5&3 
180,804,316 
181,237,988 


*  c. 

8,819,431  63 
8,298,909  71 
9,462,940  44 
11,843,655  75 
13,045,493  50 
13,017,730  17 
14,421,882  67 
15,361,382  12 
12,833,114  48 
12,548,451  09 
12.795,693  17 
12,939,540  66 
14,138,849  22 
18,500,785  97 
21,708,837  43 
23,172,308  97 
20,164,963  37 
19,133,558  99 
19,448,123  70 
22,469,705  83 
22,209,641  53 
23,784,523  23 
24,014,908  07 
23,481,069  13 
20,550,581  53 
21,161,710  93 
19,379,822  32 
17,887,269  47 
20,219,037  32 
19,891,996  77 
22,157,788  49 
25,734,228  75 
28,889,110  13 
29,106,979  89 


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1-2  CDWARD  VII.,  A.  1902 

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


Fiscal 
Year 
ended 
June  30. 


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 


Great 
Britain. 


107 
108. 
100, 
8li 

si; 

83. 
67i 
80, 
97, 
95, 
99, 
87, 
83, 
82, 
89, 
79, 
80, 
91, 
91, 
106, 
107, 
107 
92, 
99, 
106, 
137, 
136, 
152, 
148. 


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 
670,030 
639.690 
499,735 
151,978 
526,098 
347,120 


United 
States. 


89,808,204 
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 
94,059,844 
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 


France. 


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 


Germany 


1,176,478 
1,022,428 
839,442 
608,355 
404,918 
521,580 
552,999 
532,028 
1,019,198 
1,633,118 
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 


Spain. 


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 


Portugal. 


266,188 
294,007 
236,790 
199,195 
175,425 
145,941 
161,258 
201,652 
165,487 
201,656 
243,192 
240,235 
227,096 
301,927 
204,671 
230,397 
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 


Italy. 


229,657 
236,2  )6 
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 


Holland. 


229,770 
271,043 
260,503 
297,895 
296,860 
266,764 
210,288 
273,837 
440,944 
613,241 
324,800 
333,977 
361,879 
309,559 
309,920 
332,169 
414,302 
423,309 
404,532 
846,167 
656,427 
625,764 
348,164 
436,980 
480,531 
750,486 
872,941 
767,781 
984,840 


Fiscal  Year 
ended 
June  30. 


1873   

1874   

1875   

1876   

1877   

1878   

1879  ........ 

1880   

1881  

x882   

1883   

1884   

1885   

1886   

1887   

1888   

1889   

1890   

1891   

1892   

1893   

1894   

1895   

1896   

1897   

1898  .  . 

1899   

1900  

1901  


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 
1,268,551 
1,258,692 
693,019 
1,018,789 
1,518,218 
2,204,054 
3,168,136 
4,421,716 
6,634,592 


New- 
foundland 


West 
Indies. 


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 


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 


South 
America . 


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 


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 


Switzer- 
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 
357,003 
571,526 
529,976 
603,397 


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 
5,882,830 
4,201,156 
5,215,018 
6,726,787 
7,113,487 


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 
189,902,427 
214,786,130 
221,222,823 
199,587,140 
191,948,380 
184,854,008 
195,155.239 
193,050,100 
198,862,814 
209,514,733 
211,762,420 
230,942,318 
240,269,382 
230,618,932 
218,891,314 
231,601,332 
249,244,274 
294,850,689 
312,948,498 
372,699,039 
377,725,620 


i  TRADE  AND  NAVIGATION  3 

SESSIONAL  PAPER  No.  11 

Ifo  3. — Showing  the  grand  aggregate  trade  from  1868  to  1901,  inclusive,  on 
the  basis  of  "  Total  Exports  and  Imports." 


Years. 


1868. 
1869. 
1870. 
1^71. 
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. 


Total  Exports. 


Total  for  thirty-four  years . 


57. 
60. 
7a 
7<L 
82 
89 
89! 
77. 
80 
75, 
79, 
71, 
87, 
98. 
102; 
98. 
9li 
89, 
85, 
89, 
90, 
89, 
96, 
98, 
113, 
118, 
117, 
113, 
121, 
137, 
164, 
158, 
191, 
196 


567,888 
474,781 
573,490 
173,618 
639,663 
7js;».'."'22 
351,928 
886,979 
966,435 
875,393 
323,667 
491,255 
911,458 
290,823 
137,203 
085,804 
406,496 
238,361 
251,314 
515,811 
203,000 
189,167 
749,149 
417,296 
963,375 
564,352 
524,949 
638,803 
013,852 
950,253 
152,683 
896,905 
894,723 
487,632 


3,463,598,428 


Total  Imports. 


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 
132,254,022 
116,397,043 
108,941,486 
104,424,561 
112,892,236 
110,894,630 
115,224,931 
121,858,241 
119,967,638 
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 


3,938,279,663 


Grand  total, 

Imports 
and  Exports. 


• 

131,027,532 
130,889,946 
148,387,829 
170,266,589 
194,070,190 
217,801,203 
217,565,510 
200,957,262 
174,176,781 
175,203,355 
172,405,454 
153,455,682 
174,401,205 
203,621,663 
221,556,703 
230,339,826 
207,803,539 
198,179,847 
189,675,875 
202,408,047 
201,097,630 
204,414,098 
218,607,390 
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 


7,401,878,091 


Excess  of  imports  over  exports  since  Confederation,  8474,681,235.    Average  per  year,  $13,961,213. 


11— i-H 


CUSTOMS  DEPARTMENT  i 

1-2  EDWARD  VII.,  A.  1902 

No.  4. — Value  of  Exports,  by  Countries. 


Fiscal 
Year 
ended 
June  30. 


Great 
Britain. 


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. 


38,743,848 
45,003,882 
40,032,902 
40,723,477 
41,567,469 
45,941,539 
36,295,718 
45,846,062 
53,571,570 
45,274,461 
47,145,217 
43,736,227 
41,877,705 
41,542,629 
44,571,846 
40,084,984 
38,105,126 
48,353,694 
49,280.858 
64,906,549 
64,080,493 
68,538,856 
61,856,990 
66,690,288 
77,227,502 
104,998,818 
99,091,855 
107,736,368 
105,328,956 


United 
States. 


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 

41,138,695 

38,988,027 

43,923,010 

35,809,940 

41,297,676 

44,448,410 

49,373,472 

45,705,336 

45,133,521 

68,619,023 

72,382,230 


France. 


31,907 
267,212 
212,767 
553,935 
319,330 
369,391 
714,875 
812,829 
662,711 
825,573 
617,730 
390,955 
303,309 
534,363 
341,531 
397,773 
334,210 
278,552 
253,734 
367,539 
264,047 
544,986 
335,282 
581,540 
690,696 
1,025,262 
1,557,722 
1,374,770 
1,581,331 


Germany. 


76,553 
65,511 
91,019 
125,768 
34,324 
122,254 
112,090 
82,237 
84,932 
153,114 
133,697 
195,575 
264,075 
253,298 
437,536 
198,543 
143,603 
507,143 
532,142 
942,698 
750,461 
2,046,052 
626,976 
757,531 
1,045,432 
1,837,448 
2,219,569 
1,715,903 
2,141,552 


Spain. 


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 
86,456 
155,354 


Portugal. 


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 
83,001 
79,363 
58,781 
41,666 
36,745 
87,835 
29,641 
115,016 
85,403 


Italy. 


177,232 
•  190,211 
170,408 
142,787 
213,692 
151,861 
148,472 
163,787 
145,997 
163,755 
218,113 
247,151 
147,550 
108,601 
125,681 
55,090 
60,062 
81,059 
90,999 
149,280 
87,387 
109,188 
34,325 
56,759 
108,627 
73,765 
125,265 
260,456 
315.063 


Holland. 


13,142 
14,905 
28,724 
30,816 
94,303 
53,750 
9,713 
102,592 
215,754 
365,198 
27,599 
15,500 
24,094 
7,587 
14,859 
378 
1,222 
1,042 
14,741 
567,879 
282,569 
281,058 
140,264 
139,828 
104,422 
376,439 
372,548 
188,199 
187,378 


Fiscal 
Year 
ended 
June  30. 


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. . 


Belgium. 


New- 
foundland. 


17,754 
240,494 
59,563 
13,825 
66,912 
49,998 
40,430 
688,811 
258,433 
142,358 
195,705 
287,378 
72,385 
6,565 
223,729 
17,057 
64,756 
41,814 
72,672 
56,212 
669,040 
708,455 
251,402 
98,031 
354,584 
973,944 
849,413 
1,197,798 
2,806,142 


2,800,555 

1,569,079 

1,901,831 

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 


West 
Indies. 


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 

3,145,708 

3,443,761 

3,725,426 

2,810,817 

2,643,360 

2,749,080 

3,043,963 

2,870,343 

2,905,937 


South 
America. 


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 
1,010,034 
1,426,660 
1,510,637 
1,488,999 
1,551,887 
1,063,172 
1,027,525 
1,326,743 
1,392,285 
1,303,474 
1,496,118 
1,405,359 
1,060,420 
1,456,051 
1,431,107 
1,519,190 


China 
and 
Japan. 


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 
132,448 
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 


Australia. 


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 
1,418,289 
1,630,714 
1,506,138 
1,626,441 
2,311,405 


Other 
Countries. 


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 
832,545 
853,626 
841,472 
894,593 
864,168 
1,218,374 
2,160,158 
1,807,623 


Total. 


89,789,922 
89,351,928 
77,886,979 
80,966,435 
75,875,393 
79,323,667 
71,491,255 
87,911,458 
98,290,823 
102,137,203 
98,085,804 
91,406,496 
89,238,361 
85,251,314 
89,515,811 
90,203,000 
89,189,167 
96,749,149 
98,417,296 
113,963,375 
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 


i  TRADE  AND  NAVIGATION 

SESSIONAL  PAPER  No.  11 

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


Fiscal 
Year 
ended 
June  30. 


Great 
Britain . 


1873    68,522,776 

1874    63,076,437 

1875    60,347,067 

1876    40,734,260 

1877    39,572,239 

1878  .  37,431,180 

1879    30,993,130 

1880    34,461,224 

1881    43,583,808 

1882    50,597,341 

1883  ...  52,052,465 

1884    43,418,015 

1885  ....  41,406,777 

1886    40,601,199 

1887            !  44,962,233 

1888    39,298,721 

1889    42,317,389 

1890  ....  43,390,241 

1891    42,047,526 

1892    41,348,435 

1893    43,148,413 

1894  .    ...  38,717,267 

1895    31,131,737 

1896  .....  32,979,742 

1897    29,412,188 

1898  ....  32,500,917 

1899    37,060,123 

1900    44,789,730 

1901    43,018,164 


United 
States. 


$ 

47,735,678 
54,283,072 
50,805,820 
46,070,033 
51,312,669 
48,631,739 
43,739,219 
29,346,948 
36,704,112 
48,289,052 
56,032,333 
50,492,826 
47,151,201 
44,858,039 
45,107,066 
48,481,848 
50,537,440 
52,291,973 
53,685,657 
53,137,572 
58,221,976 
53,034,100 
54,634,521 
58,574,024 
61,649,041 
78,705,590 
93,007,166 
109,844,378 
110,485,008 


France. 


•3 

2,023,288 
2,302,500 
1,941,298 
1,840,877 
1,410,732 
1,385,003 
1,532,191 
1,115,841 
1,631,332 
2,097.358 
2,316,480 
1,769,849 
1,935,581 
1,975,218 
2,073,470 
2,244,784 
2,228,683 
2,615,602 
2,312,143 
2,402,634 
2,832,117 
2,536,964 
2,585,174 
2,810,942 
2,601,351 
3,975,351 
3,889,295 
4,368,502 
5,398,021 


Germany. 


8 

1,099,925 
956,917 
748,423 
182,587 
370,594 
399,326 
440,909 
449,791 
934,266 
1,480,004 
1,809, 154 
1,975,771 
2,121,269 
2,155,523 
3,235,449 
3,364,563 
3,692,570 
3,778,993 
3,804,090 
5,583,530 
3,825,763 
5,841,542 
4,794,159 
5,931,459 
6,493  368 
5,584,014 
7,393,456 
8,383,498 
7,021,405 


Spain. 


Portugal. 


$ 

477,886 
458,067 
383,484 
436,034 
278,098 
277,429 
343,849 
236,518 
399,684 
462,219 
584,972 
504,477 
349,215 
379,465 
4t»9.2»:.9 
374,932 
407,268 
322,506 
488,807 
396,176 
343,506 
389,293 
402.479 
361,778 
386,532 
488,787 
534,482 
560,701 
742,539 


75,032 
100,544 
66,006 
71,655 
45,465 
4L913 
25,510 
35,767 
56,893 
51,912 
63,349 
67,983 
60,366 
56,477 
58,143 
74,576 
72,085 
84,034 
70,537 
53,109 
52,481 
47,106 
57,140 
4i,596 
45,592 
47,319 
63,296 
72,785 
96,304 


Italy. 


52,425 
46,085 
43,958 
40,412 
29,250 
53,310 
33,461 
459,508 
88,726 
93,086 
104,441 
75,348 
108,162 
106,697 
119,889 
180,726 
126,124 
163,486 
241,809 
341,559 
170,564 
402,443 
381,594 
230,917 
224,885 
421,258 
395,599 
144,573 
327,361 


Holland 


8 

216,628 
256,138 
23L779 
267,079 
202,557 
213,014 
200,575 
171.245 
225,190 
24SJ.43 
297,201 
318,477 
337,785 
301,972 
295,061 
331,791 
414,080 
232,267 
389,791 
27>.2S$ 
373.858 
344,706 
243,900 
299.852 
376,109 
374,047 
500,393 
579,582 
797,462 


Fiscal 
Year 
ended 
June  30. 


Belgium       New-         West  South 
°       '  foundland     Indies.  America. 


1873 
1874 

1876  ... 
1876 

1877  .. 
1878 
1879 
1880 

1881  ... 

1882  ... 
1883 
1884 
1885 
1886 
1887 
1888 
1889 
1890 
1801 
1892  . 
1893 
1894 
1895 
1896 
1897 
1898 
1899 
1900 
1991 


346,702 
293,659 
278,311 
361,055 
251,812 
255,694 
179,031 
149,086 
412,834 
503,210 
415,407 
459,150 
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 
3,888,450 


1,808. 

1,088 
904 
774, 
641, 
672, 
639, 
581, 
652, 
493, 
765. 
780. 
351. 
384. 
354. 
42L 
488. 
469, 
751, 
753, 
653, 
814 
739, 
551, 
452. 
464. 
527, 
660, 
625, 


997 
468 
224 
586 
642 
665 
406 
961 
304 
509 
935 
670 
105 
321 
342 
599 
161 
711 
003 
249 
270 
562 
850 
412 
076 
324 
006 
678 
568 


8 

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 
3,268,663 
3,378,654 
3,089,048 
3,238,156 
4J"'92. 2*7 
4,244,669 
3,677,411 
4,794,020 
1,896,426 
1,678,870 
1,080,366 
1.354,939 
1,331,776 
1,801,740 


8 

416,199 
473,530 
278,796 
287.7>53 
4,971 
15,447 
4,388 
283,481 
637,620 
1,373,617 
1,464,671 
1.478.'.^S 
1,340,836 
1,100,995 
1,198,406 
876,603 
1,324,588 
1,003,962 
719,778 
877,821 
772,613 
872,392 
469,172 

5.;;. "2; 

620,250 
1,425,653 
1,175,584 

992,887 
1.04>.0ss 


China  and  j  Switzer-  Other 
Japan.         land.  Countries. 


1,663,390 
1,224,506 
657,426 
948,239 
418,606 
383,676 
44V.»i;2 
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 
3,016,857 
2,425,572 
2,524,919 
2,528,414 
2,671,418 
2,3%,  409 
2,317,971 
2,769,499 
2,381,144 
2,450,022 


8 

120,514 
139,674 
116,128 
56,168 
69,066 
6L178 
94,781 
94,225 
141,789 
268,093 
336,040 
242.3SI") 
217,666 
203,085 
219,777 
193,838 
166,890 
316,523 
244,319 
192,365 
258,464 
274.  >27. 
259,400 
332,120 
222,173 
349,678 
568,768 
529,176 
602,656 


8 

780,222 
696,899 
621,733 
746,567 
449,973 
344,154 
413,767 
557,689 
916,926 
1,139,057 
880,067 
1,080,231 
1,189,571 
1,391,739 
2,209,902 
1,117,006 
2.<<2::2:<: 
1,995,841 
2.572.749 
3,988,029 
3.7>2.2o3 
3,066,216 
1,789,364 
2,413,009 
3,571,545 
1.73-2.721 
2,493,264 
2,940,988 
2,995,198 


TotaL 


127,514,594 
127,404,169 
119,618,657 
94,733,218 
96,300,483 
91,199,577 
80,341,608 

91,611,604 
112,648,927 
123,137,019 
108,180,644 
102,710,019 

99,602,694 
105,639,428 
102,847,100 
109,673,447 
112,765,584 
113,345,124 
116,978,943 
121,705,030 
113,093,983 
105,252,511 
110,587,480 
111,294,021 
130,698,006 
154,051.593 
180,804,316 
181,237,988 


CUSTOMS  DEPARTMENT 


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No.  6.— Duty  Collected. 


If  S 

2  9  3 


1873.. 
1874.. 
1875.. 
1876.. 
1877.. 
1878.. 
1879.. 
1880.. 
1881.. 
1882.. 
1883.. 
1884.. 
1885.. 
1886.. 
1887.. 


1889.. 
1890.. 
1891., 
1892.. 
1893., 
1894. 
1895. 
1896. 
1897. 
1898. 
1899. 
1900. 
1901. 


Great 
Britain. 


$  cts. 
7,398,460  17 
7,867,481  41 
8,881,997  81 
6,075,759  82 
6,377,596  23 
6,445,985  38 
5,561,933  02 
6,737,997  05 
8,772,949  97 
10,011,811  00 
9,897,785  16 
8,001,370  74 
7,617,249  45 
7,817,357  45 
9,318,920  08 
8,972,739  84 
9,450,242  70 
9,576,965  75 
9,114,271  75 
9,074,200  71 
9,498,747  08 
8,245,845  87 
7,006,676  58 
7,358,514  15 
6,205,366  80 
6,649,428  60 
7,328,191  92 
8,074,541  07 
7,845,406  49 


United 
States . 


$  cts. 
2,966,119  34 
3,695,564  03 
3,860,877  10 
4,117,223  40 

4.426.394  79 
4,794,599  63 
5,529,150  64 
4,521,311  08 
5,657,292  75 
7,082,722  29 
8,158,023  35 
7,420,461  79 
6,636,405  83 
6,790,080  76 
7,299,591  68 
7,131,006  23 
7,413,354  83 
8,220,299  55 
7,799,318  12 
7,814,666  93 
7,636,075  81 
6,960,950  68 

6.897.395  04 
7,767.992  63 
8,147,075  10 
9,941,624  48 
11,713,858  94 
13,491,872  86 
13,311.749  58 


France. 


$  cts. 
627,831  95 
744,059  10 
604,092  47 
723,368  24 
480,340  56 
400,600  04 
501,747  90 
427,937  89 
597,948  79 
742,774  93 
824,963  17 
645,152  71 
650,515  29 
735,666  52 
699,840  07 
796,242  70 
854,805  00 
957,312  22 
932,032  53 
931,044  99 
1,058,095  75 
1,019,568  12 
985,945  87 
1,020,804  74 
969,539  64 
1,183,890  30 
1,300,876  33 
1,428,019  46 
1,794,455  55 


Germany. 


$  cts. 
334,415  51 
272,234  68 
173,427  65 
134,282  11 
75,762  93 
79,673  10 
104,211  80 
103,156  82 
215,108  04 
338,691  39 
388,556  85 
554,181  88 
572,947  91 
588,168  44 
1,190,267  30 
1,214,748  15 
1,266,638  56 

1.165.158  67 
1,320,583  23 

783,740  50 
857,264  35 
978,224  53 
892,547  04 
1,329,186  36 
1,489,755  60 

1.364.159  04 
1,903,223  16 
2,189,798  17 
1,811,974  55 


Spain . 


$  cts. 
102,711  21 
112,918  73 
113,599  78 
157,287  53 
79,515  38 
87,755  88 
120,385  81 
106,720  56 
167,412  55 
210,766  86 
231,866  95 
192,946  21 
154,680  24 
150,268  47 
176,449  17 
171,790  38 
185,969  33 
170,028  06 
217,612  94 
186,168  39 
180,132  25 
207,724  63 
184,788  45 
162,118  81 
150,587  43 
176,764  64 
181,346  14 
183,147  69 
191,527  27 


Portugal. 


Italy. 


S  cts. 
21,245  21 
27,674  63 
28,421  97 
29,302  21 
20,322  20 
13,452  55 

7,970  14 
14,935  79 
25,307  99 
29,105  63! 
34,135  50i 
34,228  80 1 
29,345  651 
30,510  74] 
33,329  81 
36,621  03 
36,895  32 
36,528  91 
30,680  47 
27,446  98 
27,171  69 
22,894  36 
24,361  92 
22,269  68 
23,191  61 
20,606  24 
25,559  36 
28,548  59 
37.138  80 


Holland. 


9  cts. 

9,320  80 
13,626  76 

8,502  45 
24,629  25 
15,783  10 
19,652  43 
19,474  58 
30,031  12 
40,956  25 
34,283  98 
44,340  03 
32,186  80 
33,380  25 
35,667  84 
31,404  53 
42,001  78 
32,456  70 
37,938  11 
44,888  99 
35,846  83 
30,816  89 
49,073  63 
46,697  12 
39,386  07 
33,474  05 
46,466  82 
52,842  44 
26,842  73 
45,171  84 


$  cts. 

294.569  02 
361,153  47 
394,017  97 
459,887  63 
316,156  00 
308,153  30 
329,634  07 

301.570  50 
372,335  63 
420,607  91 
535,741  81 
493,807  39 
521,318  20 
602,570  19 
623,894  26 
704,034  45 
756,785  89 
806,261  40 
741,462  43 
697,184  17 
815,200  70 
879,107  85 
755,251  48 
792,609  63 
920,096  46 
908,046  37 

1,061,622  69 
1,171,550  06 
1,350,098  08 


£  ° 


Belgium. 


1873 
1874 
1875 
1876 
1877 
1878 
1879 
1880 
1881 
1882 
1883i 
1884! 
1885 
1886! 
1887! 
1888! 
18891 
1890 
1891 
1892 
1893 
1894 
1895 
1896 
1897 
1898 
189<> 
1900 
1901 


$  cts. 
94,504  87 
51,171  82 
42,489  19 
61,407  14 

50.106  26 
45,144  82 

45.107  35 
41,886  44 
90,250  84 

119,492  16 
106,234  50 
103,953  96 
121,660  61 
132,116  62 
166,445  16 
117,228  81 
122,116  44 
150,349  40 
126,180  23 
104,003  88 
112,081  99 
119,020  54 
93,303  40 
192,457  64 
250,770  38 
287,411  60 
663,898  07 
916,374  13 
1,081,162  82 


New- 
found- 
land. 


West  Indies 


$  cts. 
97,147  31 
54,929  33 
12,584  62 
4,890  45 
9,735  83 
4,921  23 
3,230  76 
3,168  48 
3,251  22 
1,781  73 
7,365  17 
4,158  34 
2,268  61 
2,467  99 
1,624  70 
3,211  68 
1,087  36 
3,386  14 
3,452  92 
4,191  49 
1,494  56 
1,623  12 
1,053  95 
1,197  81 
1,274  89 
1,690  86 
1,669  28 
2,740  46 
1,190  88 


$  cts. 
831,930  86 
935,653  11 
926,463  33 
603,819  86 
435,718  43 
341.240  28 
454,872  58 
1,305,495  00 
1,584,622  00 
1,615,945  44 
1,770,682  99 
1,397,926  55 
1,327,363  99 
1,384,327  91 
968,496  12 
1,831.368  64 
1,727,816  2 
1,223,589  61 
1,337,754  14 
272,167  34 
314,148  32 
292,4(14  66 
380,955  12 
478,829  02 
454,418  06 
304,971  01 
374,161  69 
363,563  81 
471.923  66 


South 
America. 


China 
and 
Japan. 


Switzer- 
land. 


$  cts. 
182,660  79 
194,325  88 
124,963  29 
120,843  58 
1,834  11 
6,874  10 
2,591  841 
161,936  81 
280,009  74! 
504,255  74 
692,562  12 
688,702  68' 
655,708  66! 
503,735  53 
848,562  83 
641,854  29 
849,431  97 
559,312  13 
260,102  71 
75,439  20 
78,592  25 
73,489  61 
68,786  81 
106,494  83 
109,914  69 
209,761  03 
97,167  56 
120,148  16 
205,344  97 


$  cts. 
157  95 
26,185  10 
83,469  42 
132,042  28 
68,261  35 
113,447  24 
127,283  34 
207,920  61 
348,466  71 
178,499  40 
157,516  29 
273,708  37 
450,153  25 
148,098  67 
222,799  93 
162,844  61 
185,782  89 
216,956  50 
265,198  43 
273,256  10 
313,798  23 
273,712  97 
230,890  41 
265,572  02 
267,575  35 
291,747  74 
349,381  86 
279,351  97 
341,473  58 


Other 
Countries. 


sj  a«g  . 

"O  •  8 '  S 

oS  m  a>  „ 
g  O  >  m 
Q  AO  a 

2  S-Pl 


$  cts. 
15,994  95 
21,950  85 
20,917  93 
10,274  57 

12.387  96 
9,855  02 

16,597  54 
18,764  19 
33,740  02 
65,780  72 
83,492  95 
56,966  92 
51,863  04 
49,052  66 
59,393  20 
43,778  82 
38,653  78 
79,331  47 
63,161  46  1 

49.388  45 
70,418  15 
73,695  14 
72,742  85 
93,877  62 
64,153  55 
91,525  82 
156.108  44 

143,983  86 
159,147  86 


$  cts. 
40,660  23 
42,953  77 
85,557  14 
178,096  41 
178,535  96 
124,338  17 
115,349  29 
156,016  88 
311,133  47 
352,318  25 
239,042  13 
265,210  23 
308,698  01 
478,033  91 
828,686  99 
340,166  62 
845,532  61 
804,400  21 
,215,178  05 
201,112  48 
160,133  95 
172,318  29 
231,349  72 
521,413  34 
757,363  19 
328,978  26 
414,930  52 
414,866  20 
416,207  47 


$  cts. 


Total. 


7,952  63 
7,089  94 
9,190  73 
20.723  09 
7,538  96)21, 
10,108  32  1  9 
14,523  65117 


64,312  97 
47,439  87 
•3.50,715  08 
109,390  &5 
53,760  91 
43,006  49 


cts. 
017,730  17 
421,882  67 
361,382  12 
833,114  48 
548,451  09 
795,693  17 
939,540  66 
138,849  22 
500,785  97 
708,837  43 
172,308  97 
164,963  37 
133,558  99 
448,123  70 
469,705  83 
209,641  53 
784,523  23 
014,908  07 
481,069  13 
550,581  53 
161,710  93 
379,822  32 
887,269  47 
219,037  32 
891,996  77 
157,788  49 
734,228  75 
889,110  13 
106,979  89 


•Includes  $309,999.04  collected  at  Fort  Cudahy  and  Dawson, 
been  received. 


for  which  no  statistical  returns  have 


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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  1901,  inclusive. 


Year. 


Percentage  of  Duty 

on  Total  Value 
of  Goods  Imported. 
Dutiable  and 
Free. 


1868., 

1869.. 

1870.. 

1871. . 

1872. . 

1873. 

1874. 

1875. . 

1876. . 

1877. 

1878. . 

1879. 

1880.. 

1881.. 

1882.. 

1883.. 

1884.. 

1885. 

1886. 

1887.. 

1888. 

1889.. 

1890.. 

1891. . 

1892. . 

1893. . 

1894.. 

1895. 

1896.. 

1897.. 

1898. 

1899.. 

1900.. 

1901. 


Percentage  of  Duty 

on  Total  Value 
of  Goods  entered  for 
Consumption. 

Dutiable  and  Free. 


Percentage  of 
Expenses  of  Collec- 
tion of  Customs 
Revenue. 


p.  c 

p.  c. 

p.  c. 

1  9  ■  9 -a 
1—  ZO 

fW  QQ 

uo 

1 1  •  ~a 

11   I  o 

1 9  ■  11 
1_  ol 

ui  vy 

1 9  ■  Hr\ 
1Z  DO 

lo  Zo 

UO  41 

1 9  •  19 

Iw  O- 

1 1  ■  £9 
lo  OZ 

fLi  ■  91 
U4  Zl 

11  t  \J 

19-11 
1Z  11 

in  1 7 

1U  li 

i  n  ■  90 
lit  ZU 

1 1  •  9tt 
11  _• ' 

1 1  ■  Q9 
11  O  Z 

04 '  55 

12'  48 

12 '83 

04 '  44 

13  76 

13  44 

05  61 

1263 

13  03 

0575 

13  74 

14  03 

05  58 

15  78 

16  10 

05  56 

16  34 

19  70 

05  04 

17:56 

2019 

03  87 

18  18 

19  27 

03  33 

17  52 

IS  SO 

03  26 

17  32, 

18  64 

03  96 

17 '5o 

18  61 

04  14 

I860 

19  50 

04  10 

1987 

21  24 

03  64 

20  03 

2157 

03  81 

20  60 

2165 

03  62 

19  63 

21  21 

03  63 

19  52 

20  06 

03  83 

1613 

1756 

04  39 

16  39 

17  38 

04  26 

15  69 

17  13 

04  75 

16  14 

1699 

05  13 

17  13 

18  28 

04  43 

16.68 

17.87 

04  75 

15  79 

16  95 

04  37 

1581 

16  70 

04  02 

15  23 

15  98 

03  71 

15  28 

16  06 

03  86 

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No.  8. — Comparative  Statement  of  the  Total  Value  of  Imports  and  Exports 
1867-68  to  1900-01 ;  showing  also  percentage  excess  of  Imports 


Fiscal  Year  ended  June  30. 


1868. 
1869. 
1870. 
1871. 
1872. 
1873. 
1874. 
1875. 
1876. 
1877. 
1878. 
1879. 
1880. 
1881. 
1882. 
1883. 
1884. 
1885. 
1886. 
1887. 
1888. 
1889. 
1890. 
1891. 
1892. 
1893. 
1894. 
1895. 
1896. 
1897. 
1898. 
1899. 
1900. 
1901. 


Total 
Imports, 
including  Coin 
and 
Bullion. 


Exports. 


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 
132,254,022 
116,397,043 
108,941,486 
104,424,561 
112,892,236 
110,894,630 
115,224,931 
121,858,241 
119,967,638 
127,406,068 
129,074,268 
123,474,940 
111,181,682 
118,011,508 
119,218,609 
140,323,053 
162,764,308 
189,622,516 
190,415,525 


Canadian, 
including 
Coin 
and  Buillion. 


53,371,067 
56,618,980 
67,045,868 
64,320,585 
69,895,538 
80,384,012 
78,737,832 
70,749,660 
73,731,474 
68,764,285 
68,158,789 
63,135,611 
74,671,452 
84,915,706 
94,508,750 
88,334,031 
82,017,390 
81,158,715 
77,813,235 
80,966,478 
81,399,606 
82,250,712 
87,697,368 
88,801,066 
99,338,913 
105,798,257 
104,161,770 
103,085,012 
109,915,337 
123,959,838 
145,594,385 
138,462,037 
170,642,369 
177,443,439 


Foreign. 


4,196,821 
3,855,801 
6,527,622 
9,853,033 
12,744,125 
9,405,910 
10,614,096 
7,137,319 
7,234,961 
7,111,108 
11,164,878 
8,355,644 
13,240,006 
13,375,117 
7,628,453 
9,751,773 
9,389,106 
8,079,646 
7,438,079 
8,549,333 
8,803,394 
6,938,455 
9,051,781 
9,616,230 
14,624,462 
12,766,095 
13,363,179 
10,553,791 
11,098,515 
13,990,415 
18,558,298 
20,434,868 
21,252,354 
19,044,193 


Total. 


57,567,888 
60,474,781 
73,573,490 
74,173,618 
N  82,639,663 
89,789,922 
89,351,928 
77,886,979 
80,966,435 
75,875,393 
79,323,667 
71,491,255 
87,911,458 
98,290,823 
102,137,203 
98,085,804 
91,406,496 
89,238,361 
85,251,314 
89,515,811 
90,203,00C 
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 


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of  Merchandise  into  and  from  the  Dominion  of  Canada,  in  each  year,  from 
over  Exports,  and  of  Exports  ovei  Imports  in  each  year. 


Excess  of  Imports. 


Over 
Canadian 
Exports. 


Over 
Exports 
Canadian 

and 
Foreign. 


20,088,577 
13,796,185 
7,768,471 
31,772,386 
41,534.989 
47,625,269 
49,475,750 
52,320,623 
19,478,S72 
30.563,677 
24,932,998 
18,828,816 
11,818,295 
20,415,134 
34,910,750 
43,919,991 
34,378.653 
27,782,771 
26,611,326 
31,925,758 
29,495,024 
33,974,219 
34,160,873 
31,166,572 
28,067,155 
23,276,011 
19,313,170 
8,096,670 
8,096,171 


24,302,271 
18,980,147 
12,972,086 


5,891,456 
9,940,384 
1,640,849 
21,919,353 
28,790,864 
38,221,359 
38,861,654 
45,183,304 
12,243,911 
23,452,569 
13,758,120 
10,473,172 

'  7,040;  017 
17,282,297 
34,168,218 
24,990,547 
19,703,125 
19,173,247 
23,376,426 
20,991,630 
26,035,764 
25,109.092 
21,550,342 
13,442,693 
10,509,916 
5,949,991 


Excess  of 
Total 

Exports 
over 
Total 

Imports. 


Percent- 
age excess 
of 

Imports 
over  Total 

Exports. 


Percent- 
age excess 
of 

Exports 
over  Total 

Imports. 


Percentage  Increase  or 
Decrease. 


Imports  Total  Exports 

compared  with  compared  with 
preceding  year,     preceding  year. 


In- 
crease. 


p.  c. 


1,421,711 


3,867,403 


27  6 
164 
017 
295 
348 
32  5 
435 
580 
151 
309 
173 
146 


071 
14  5 

258 
214 
180 
183 
20 '  7 
186 
226 
206 
179 
10  5 
81 
4-8 


2,457,121 
3,002,342 
18,731.644 
23,829,630 

"2,272,207 
6,072,107 


p.  c. 


016 


2-4 


p.  c. 


062 
2-v4 
150 
14  9 
0016 


065 


05  5 
218 
13  3 
107 


081 


De- 
crease. 


p.  c. 


041 


In- 
crease. 


p.  c. 


05  05 
216 
00  8 
11  4 

oe  ■  b 


De- 
crease. 


0  4 

242 


06  3 
11  9 


119 
064 
041 


018 


03  9 
054 


6  2 
13 


02  21 

0254 

614 

1571 

1.02 

16  98 

17  70 

1600 

01*2 

14  16 

032 

00  42 

015 


43 
995 


039 


04  5 


229 
11-8 
039 


050 
00  7 


07 '  n 
017 
16  0 
40 


649 
14  00 
1899 


2077 

02  39 


p.  c. 


00  5 
128 


06-3 
'09:6' 


039 
068 
02  3 
04  3 


01  1 


008 
033 


3  2 


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1-2  EDWARD  VII.,  A.  1902 

No.  9. — Comparative  Statement  (by  Provinces)  of  the  Values  of  Exports,  of 
of  Duty  collected  at  each  Port  in  the  Dominion  of  Canada  during  the 

PROVINCE  OF 


Ports. 


Amherstburg  . 

Belleville  

Berlin  

Bowman ville . . . 

Brantford  

Brockville  

Chatham  , 

8  Cobourg  

9  Collingwood  

10  Cornwall  

11  Deseronto  

12  Fort  Erie  

13  Fort  William.. 

14  jGalt  

15  jGananoque. . . . 

16  Goderich  

17  Guelph  

18  Hamilton  

19  I  Hope  

20  jlngersoll  

21  (Kingston  

22  j  Lindsay  

London  

t  Midland  , 

Morrisburg .... 

Napanee  

Niagara  Falls. . 

Oshawa  

Ottawa  

Owen  Sound . . . 
Paris  

*  Parry  Sound. . 

Peter  bony  

Picton  

Port  Arthur . . . 
Prescott  

*  Rat  Portage . . 
St.  Catharines. . 

St.  Thomas  

Sarnia  


41  Sault  Ste.  Marie. 

42  Simcoe  

43  Stratford  

44  Toronto  

45  Trenton  

46  iWallaceburg. 

47  Whitby  

48  Windsor  , 

49  Woodstock  


Fiscal  Year  ended  June  30,  1899. 


Exports. 


303,031 

1,094,571 
595,773 
133,042 

1,014,884 
460,944 
308,782 
394,250 

2,111,900 
27,590 
491,584 

1,592,597 

3,196,351 
254,068 
13,034 
945,454 
801,886 

1,724,390 
252,150 

2,349,053 
228,337 
478,946 

1,490,986 


Total  

Estimated  amount  short  re- 
turned at  Inland  Ports  


Total . 


15,716 
48,550 
998,113 
125,765 
3,026,648 
431,430 
120,018 


697,967 
105,649 
400,723 
462,410 


314,893 

495,324 

542,346 
2,624,375 

370,741 
1,954,575 
9,151,974 

268,549 
97,292 

113,928 
1,007,775 

224,287 


Imports. 


198,844 
360,656 
876,784 
102,052 

1,261,052 

1,114,822 
397,193 
231,516 
352,278 
511,160 
91,215 

1,066,256 

1,291,952 
587,568 
218,168 
378,544 
757,902 

5,179,311 
113,669 
162,729 

1,234,310 
106.087 

3,883,805 


48,492 
118,270 
698,510 
196,570 
2,867,972 
184,619 
276,422 


Entered  for 

Con- 
sumption. 


189,074 
359,551 
884,490 
102,052 

1,262,188 

1,168,308 
397,193 
231,516 
345,599 
511,160 
91,215 

1,238,S53 

1,288,233 
587,568 
218,168 
378,527 
757,184 

5,176,969 
113,669 
162,729 

1,231,411 
106,087 

3,922,654 


616,972 
94,650 
526,783 
765,501 


43,862,654 
4,275,258 


1,142,938 
625,802 
839,901 
283,898 
465,729 
914,722 
27,003,560 
75,165 
56,419 
72,577 
1,523,472 
431,240 


48,137,912  60,308,057 


48,492 
118,270 
675,496 
196,570 
2,848,118 
172,437 
276,422 


616,972 
94,296 
527,740 
673,489 


1,128,700 
625,620 
821,438 
283,898 
465,729 
916,539 
26,956,144 
75,165 
56,419 
72,577 
1,398,525 
431,240 


60,204,694 


Duty. 


$  cts. 

27,957  75 
61,477  80 
80,296  46 
7,624  66 

190,369  25 

133,406  18 
49,928  69 
17,260  60 
35,807  62 
25,284  50 
9,503  98 

369,723  30 

128,695  80 
49,219  08 
15,438  27 
35,487  22 
88,500  45 

672,562  41 
10,022  47 
26,676  02 

135,292  49 
12,025  81 

645,219  19 


5,749  08 
7,780  79 
110,099  32 
27,136  05 
528,483  83 
25,261  78 
23,090  54 


86,726  08 

14,406  83 

49,803  82 

58,095  91 


119,510  12 
106,104  59 
124,554  14 
43,459  61 
57,049  68 
74,261  81 
4,808,595  93 
7,852  66 
6,039  18 
5,663  00 
288,936  23 
53,834  94 


9,460,275  92  i  56,116,756 


f  Nine  months  only,  1901.    *  2  months  only,  1901. 


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SESSIONAL  PAPER  No.  11 

total  Imports  and  of  Imports  entered  for  Consumption  and  of  the  Amount 
Fiscal  Years  ended,  respectively,  on  June  30,  1899,  1900,  1901. 

ONTARIO. 


Year  ended  June  30,  1900. 


Imports. 


Entered  for 

Con- 
sumption. 


143,534 
460,326 

1,058,431) 
105,925 

1,413,950 

1,111,461 
466,182 
346,079 
277.770 
653,594 
104,784 

1,189,832 

1,164,482 
729,931 
271.558 
526,142 
869,280 

6,891,149 
114,066 
205,178 

1,299,269 
143,095 

3,915,180 


42,647 
124,070 
674,599 
202,744 
3,507,oOS 
261,075 
342,612 


794,845 
107,262 
509,280 
755,787 


1,303,782 
841, 74S 
858.616 
840,002 
756,893 
1,074,536 
31,787,053 
117,764 
63,742 
99,096 
2,240,254 
491,423 


139,641 
457,322 

1,057,135 
105,925 

1,408,761 

1,112,076 
466,539 
346.079 
260,133 
653,594 
104,7*4 

1,183,964 

1,206,752 
729,931 
271,558 
526,917 
867,951 

6.717,061 
114,066 
205,178 

1,291,599 
143,095 

3,901,128 


42,647 
124,070 
672,656 
202,744 
3,533,291 
261,672 
342,612 


794,593 
107,262  I 
512,708  ' 
702,820 


1,294,781 
841,748 
868,901 
836,263 
756,893 
1,073,675 
31,176,945 
117,764 
63,742 
99,096 
2,025,969 
491,423 


Fiscal  Year  ended  June  30,  1901. 


Duty. 


Exports.    |  Imports. 


Entered  for 

Con- 
sumption. 


$  cts. 

18,409  49 

86,949  74 

102,073  27 

9.560  58 
178,540  10 
145,036  35 

54,631  86 
22,699  91 
48,004  93 
39,587  90 
12,705  15 
370,886  25 
132,615  60 
56,970  29 
16,331  75 
35,770  63 
104,601  89 
829,446  04 

9.561  64  ; 
26,129  89  ! 

162,752  10 
16,345  49 
677,336  91 


122,356 
1,659 


8,867 


237,123 
37,271 
3,942 
767,371 
49,086 
226,430 
4,369,691 
504,241 


18,252 


14,765 
91,151 


133,696 


5,040  89 
9,795  64 
74,696  06 
23,457  48 
662,165  97 
34,208  29 
25,392  67 


122,454  48 
13,137  03 
53.207  16 
66,879  46 


133. 
126. 
157 
131, 

52, 

90; 

5,363. 
22. 

6, 
5. 
367 
57 


265,039 
4,595 


16,177.735 


464,587 
2,439 


239,302 


712  97 
252  92 
672  59 
927  17 
569  28 
901  88 
816  19 
005  20 
027  26 
772  58 
614  19 
568  67 


32,283 
199,944 
5,959,709 
376 
6,671 
37,493 
1,775,246 
2,033,071 


314.268 
47,985 
85,333 
22,016 
2,236,035 


161,501 
624,835 

1,079,793 
98,731 

1,434,687 

1,208,290 
536,564 
420,247 
388,457 
718,231 
158,008 

1,441,535 

1,469,639 
700,804 
216,205 
351,682 
971,482 

6,079,874 
137,351 
171,435 

1,245,841 
179,037 

3,821,395 
142,673 
58,905 
117,052 
816,372 
214,723 

3.356,791 
294,955 
306,793 
63,947 
743,940 
115,124 
388,180 
695,020 
20,005 

1,537,084 
961,331 

1,293,475 

2,216,701 
764,004 
904,714 
31,803,016 
103,146 
72,507 
96,347 

2,283,062 
504,888 


161,029 
621,663 

1,075,061 
98,738 

1,433,893 

1,204,560 
536,051 
420,249 
391,698 
718,231 
158,008 

1,433,860 

1,464,066 
700,627 
216,205 
350,931 
971,168 

6,082,220 
137,351 
171.217 

1,227,955 
179,037 

3,767,337 
150,654 
58,905 
117,052 
782,513 
214,723 

3,348,619 
295,204 
306,793 
63,947 
741,231 
115,979 
390,424 
675,442 
20,688 

1,437,341 
963,747 

1,457.190 

2,216,827 
764,004 
900.087 
31,475.798 
102,823 
72,507 
96,347 

2,253,321 
504,644 


Dutv. 


17,276 
80,134 
111,926 
7,988 
199,623 
147,729 
74,527 
17,646 
60,945 
30.210 
11,100 
289,028 
123,451 
59,314 
12,690 
34,386 
101,173 
771,106 
13,142 
26,472 
146,507 
20,570 
655,387 
12,081 
6,360 
8,333 
76,353 
23,642 
592,445 
34,942 
19,664 
5,545 
130,010 
17,073 
58.193 
60,919 
2,488 
153,112 
180,157 
215,386 
369,369 
34.744 
93,395 
5,306,416 
16,242 
6,398 
7,692 
413,514 
56,771 


cts. 

11 

77 
25 
01 
58 
36 
32 
91 
EM 
78 
45 
32 
52 

i»; 

42 


39  16 

79  17 

10  18 

55  19 

75  20 

96  21 

09  22 

66  23 

45  24 
71 
63 

n 

93 
01 
64 
17 
49 
28 
80 
25 
23 
23 
98 
61  I  39 
29  40 
59  41 
86  42 
78  !  43 
34  44 
65  |  45 
49 
86 
57 
32 


71,258,544  70,221,464 


10,763,213  79 


36,490,028  73,490,379 


73,047,975 


10,913,597  94 


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i 


1-2  EDWARD  VII.,  A.  1902 

No.  9. — Comparative  Statement  of  the  Values  of 

PROVINCE  OF 


Ports. 


Fiscal  Year  ended  June  30,  1899. 


Exports. 


Imports. 


Entered  for 
Con- 
sumption. 


Duty. 


Fiscal 


Exports. 


Abercorn  

Coaticook  , 

Cookshire  , 

Gaspe  

Hemmingford  , 

Mansonville  

Montreal  

Paspebiac  

Perce  

Quebec  

Rimouski  

St.  Armand  

St.  Hyacinthe  

St.  Johns  

Sherbrooke  

Sorel  

Stanstead  

Three  Rivers.  , 

Estimated  amount  short  re 
turned  at  Inland  Ports  

Grand  Total  


88,155 
992,932 
386,882 
98,234 
77,222 
24,597 
00,033,739 
284,675 
85,909 
5,405,418 
396,069 
101,524 
18,191 
268,055 
784,971 
111,215 
109,926 
729,585 


70,027,299 
284,272 


129,108 
136,077 
54,547 
17,474 
158,395 
14,027 
62,570,017 
33,454 
9,990 
4,492,958 
23,363 
35,515 
415,187 
2,257,683 
914,512 
81,924 
482,395 
404,113 


72,230,739 


129,108 
136,077 
54,547 
17,487 
158,395 
14,027 
54,464,283 
31,773 
9,990 
4,459,936 
23,363 
35,515 
417,743 
2,245,880 
917,585 
83,201 
482,395 
404,346 


64,085,651 


$  cts 

3,288  61 
12,411  76 
5,28S  12 
2,578  11 
4,988  92 
1,356  04 
8,662,764  78 
3,996  57 
777  58 
861,173  98 
853  71 
3.390  08 
49,596  39 
146,443  12 
119,779  96 
10,724  56 
37,514  98 
75,911  42 


10,002,838  69 


115,877 
984,463 
460,771 
148,236 

64,568 

27,166 
65,314,197 
271,060 

.33,079 
5,173,843 
418,175 
256,176 

62,500 
502,537 
941,381 

53,174 
188,164 
1,326,675 


76,432,042 
359,626 


70,311,571 


72,230,739 


64,085,651 


10,002,838  69 


76,791,668 


i  TRADE  AND  NAVIGATION 

SESSIONAL  PAPER  No.  11 

Exports  and  Imports  at  each  Port,  &c. — Continued. 
QUEBEC. 


13 


Year  ended  June  30,  1900. 


Imports. 


138, 
159, 
48, 
51, 
137, 
15, 
68,550, 
45, 
12, 
5,439. 
22. 
55; 
383! 
2,387! 
1,001, 
88. 
631 
337 


681 
361 
886 
109 
346 
264 
993 
840 
480 
922 
571 
674 
855 
396 
467 
739 
,753 
,285 


Entered  for 
Con- 
sumption. 


136,651 
159,361 
48,886 
51,109 
137,346 
10,959 
61,427,495 
43,326 
12,450 
5,355,105 
22,571 
55,674 
387,474 
2,399,465 
1,007,021 
89,484 
631,753 
337,696 


Duty. 


79,508,622  72,313,856 


s     cts . 

3,346  06 
15,503  09 
4,649  68 
10,331  75 
4,737  67 
997  89 
9,136,377  02 
5,721  00 
635  55 
961,937  79 
1,774  72 
3,983  91 
51,463  71 
144,172  09 
132,986  20 
9,445  81 
40,522  31 
64,901  34 


Fiscal  Year  ended  June  30,  1901. 


Exports. 


2,502,052 
14,975,571 
228,507 
174,358 
2,032,564 
15,040 
59,708,154 
270,457 
124,172 
5,055,336 
310,857 
3,396,040 


2,709,172 


71,742 
1,392,839 
573,748 


10,593,487  59 


93,540,609 


Imports. 


156,988 
126,956 
62,685 
11,869 
228,210 
12,314 
64,372,300 
38,993 
14,982 
6,324,991 
25,653 
33,181 
395.990 
2,477,942 
1,016,360 
122,875 
804,932 
489,069 


Entered  for' 

Con: 
!  sumption. 


76,716,290 


156,560 
126,956 
62,685 
11,869 
228,210 
12,314 
56,199,450 
43,399 
14,982 
6,279,477 
25,663 
32,681 
391,741 
2,409,629 
1,016,140 
122,010 
800,742 
487,908 


68,422,416 


Duty. 


$  cts. 

4,590  33 
10,337  41 
4,084  13 
1,937  27 
9,093  93 
1,042  89 
9,018,659  74 
4,828  91 
605  63 
1,065,026  39 
648  66 
2,819  95 
44,743  10 
169,022  63 
149,051  71 
12,866  24 
52,272  62 
110,037  78 


10,661,669  32 


79,508,622 


72,313,856 


10,593,487  59 


93,540,609 


76,716,290  I  68,422,416 


10,661,669  32 


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1-2  EDWARD  VII.,  A.  1902 

No.  9. — Comparative  Statement  of  the  Value 

PROVINCE  OF 


Ports. 


Amherst  

Annapolis  

Antigonish  

Aricnat  

Baddeck  

Barrington  

Canso  

Digby  

Halifax  

Kentville  

Liverpool  

Lockeport  , 

Lunenburg  

Middleton  

*New  Glasgow . . . 
North  Sydney  . . . 

Parrsboro'  

Pictou  

Port  Hawkesbury 

Port  Hood  

Shelburne  

Sydney   

Truro  

Weymouth  

Windsor  

Yarmouth  


Totals 


Fiscal  Year  ending  June  30,  1899. 


Exports. 


267,810 
239,162 
19,381 
43,474 
39,596 
84,291 
95,120 
118,384 
6,293,927 
295,705 
147,825 
82,126 
955,688 
37,963 


211,973 
416,762 
350,964 
135,203 
8,246 

52,617 
316,255 

61,376 
114,889 
240,283 
851,100 


11,480,120 


Imports . 


154,421 
56,718 
24,558 
4,527 
7,316 
5,330 
15,022 
32,646 
5,331,414 
109,027 
28,421 
12,078 
119,179 
11,662 


64,268 
4,633 
333,966 
11,838 
3,915 
9,473 
73,060 
268,246 
23,149 
176,033 
544,240 


7,425,140 


Entered  for 

Con- 
sumption. 


154,569 
56,609 
24,558 
4,527 
7,316 
5,330 
15,062 
33,232 
5,091,027 
109,027 
29,164 
14,349 
122,336 
11,662 


64,317 
4,857 
335,583 
11,833 
3,915 
9,775 
72,747 
269,463 
23,394 
176,033 
543,506 


7,194,191 


Duty. 


$  cts. 

30,233  71 
6,437  48 
5,715  87 
563  65 
1,281  85 
870  67 
2,761  11 
4,195  21 
1,043,110  98 
11,816  07 
3,635  16 
1,233  39 
14,166  98 
2,006  33 


13,627  31 
837  05 
31,619  29 

1,121  76 
163  75 

1,250  35 
14,365  45 
87,543  00 

2,467  11 
14,364  51 
54,896  45 


1,350,284  49 


*  Two  months  only,  1901. 


i  TRADE  AND  NAVIGATION 
SESSIONAL  PAPER  No.  11 

of  Exports  and  Imports  at  each  Port,  &c. — Continued. 
NOVA  SCOTIA. 


15 


Year  ending  June  30,  1900. 


'  Entered  for 
Imports.  Con- 

I  sumption. 


219,422 
65,210 
21,893 
5,619 
13,044  : 
5,961 
34,121  , 
38,323 
6,336,691 
145,905 
32,665 
8,945 
107,411 
16,058 


93,019 
6,349 
637,180 
90,214 
3.39S 
12.552 
1,613,479 
348,785 
33,018 
235,501 
522,953 


218,586 
65,870 
21,893 
5,619 
13,044 
5,961 
34,125 
38.640 
6,051,350 
145,905 
32,883 
10,735 
109,640 
16,058 


93,511 
6,602 
638,525 
90,214 
3,398 
12,730 
1.614,200 
348,323 
33,296 
235,465 
523,370 


10,646,716  !  10,369,943 


Duty. 


I  cts. 

37,842  09 
5,289  05 
5,163  33 
737  16 
553  06 
643  32 
6,507  20 
4,794  02 
1,252,067  65 
11,479  63 
3,429  70 
903  02 
12,899  25 
3,256  47 


16,486  72 
994  74 
53,750  23 
8,299  97 
255  92 
1,262  68 
292,727  85 
120,411  25 
4,541  96 
10,935  14 
49,740  42 


1,904,971  83 


Fiscal  Year  ending  June  30,  1901. 


I  Entered  for 
Exports.      Imports.  Con- 

|  sumption. 


•3 

273,862 
172,542 
9,861 
36.980 
42,006 


62,132 
105,932 
6,936,940  I 
75,839 
98,340 
45,270 
552,558 


589,709 
533,607 
87,214 
151,430 
5,394 
37.880 
1,262,903 
29 

138,197 
192,256 
1,309,462 


370,195 
70,740 
19,954 
4,364 
3,188 
5,210 
20,559 
33,273 
6,455,253 
128,391 
41,120 
10,175 
122,967 
15,883  | 
55,343 
172,795  | 
6,200  i 
249,748 
437,363 
7,514 
9,683 
2,850,607 
339,687 
31,885 
103,81? 
590,968 


S 

370,573 
70,764 
19,954 
5,767 
3,188 
5,210 
20,588 
33,029 
6,345,337 
128,520 
41,129 
8,626 
128,443 
15,883 
55,463 
173.045 
6,160 
250,315 
427,432 
8,065 
9,630 
2,850,711 
339,007 
31,915 
103,568 


12,720,343     12,146,882  ,  12,041,185 


Duty. 


$  cts. 


53,137 
5,814 
5,026 
486 
703 
514 
2,505 
3,535 
1,400,165 
15,386 
5,721 
647 
14,867 
2,346 
8,814 
25,914 
1,186 
42,807 
4,614 
779 
1,164 
322,383 
98,749 
5,412 
11,053 
57,797 


2,091,536  82 


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CUSTOMS  DEPARTMENT 


1-2  EDWARD  VII.,  A.  1902 

No.  9. — Comparative  Statement  of  the  Value 

PROVINCE  OF 


POBTS. 


Bathurst  

Chatham  .  . . . 
Dalhousie 
Fredericton  . . 

Moncton  

Newcastle  . . . 

Sackville  

St.  John  

St.  Stephen.. . 
Woodstock . . . 

Total 


Fiscal  Year  ended  June  30,  1899. 


Exports. 


160,981 
1,402,231 
702,729 
143,543 
496,906 
651,405 
76,960 
6,565,836 
213,354 
78,384 


10,492,329 


Imxjorts. 


19,718 
144,225 

51,291 
325,450 
278,848 

42,877 

35,716 
3,875,724 
521,628 
145,256 


5,440,733 


Entered  for 

Con- 
sumption. 


19,768 
145,027 

51,766 
327,686 
277,131 

43,480 

35,839 
3,876,462 
515,783 
115,988 


5,408,930 


Duty. 


2,773  51 
15,450  21 

8,220  00 
34,059  93 
45,925  69 
13,426  45 

5,566  62 
757,260  61 
49,763  02 
17,514  78 


949,960  82 


Fiscal 


Exports. 


191,963 
1,483,563 
645,819 
151,334 
606,988 
729,304 
118,134 
9,733,534 
361,025 
143,842 


14,165,506 


i  TRADE  AND  NAVIGATION  17 
SESSIONAL  PAPER  No.  11 

of  Exports  and  Imports  at  each  Port,  &c. — Continued. 
NEW  BRUNSWICK. 


Year  ended  June  30,  1900. 

Fiscal  Year  ended  June  30,  1901. 

C 

Imports. 

r,nterea  tor 

Con- 
sumption. 

Duty. 

Exports. 

Imports. 

Entered  for 

Con- 
sumption. 

Duty. 

i 

S 

s 

S  cts. 

. 

$ 

f 

S  cts. 

25,953 
161,378 

40,346 
419,441 
418,829 

35,956 

42,354 
4,730,403 
676,444 
122,605 

25,943 
162,008 

40,744 
419,441 
425,091 

36,401 

43,972 
4,623,417 
680,675 
123,203 

4,345  42 
13,698  60 

9,607  00 
39,544  50 
37,645  20 
11,653  65 

5,395  06 
897,659  20 
72,948  73 
18,014  61 

138,250 
977,354 
472,876 

53,417 
591,523 
696,733 
172,062 
11,094,903 
619.365 

69,971 

24,212 
170,398 

53,140 
409,053 
495,688 

34,873 

47,853 
4,623,134 
749,693 
133,804 

24,281 
171,232 

52,266 
409,053 
496,262 

35,213 

48,007 
4,587,988 
744,020 
135,936 

2,980  20 
19,597  77 

9,801  85 
31,513  69 
34,847  59 
10,621  77 

5,687  48 
959,655  44 
60,125  30 
15,979  00 

1 
2 
3 
4 
5 
6 
7 
8 
9 
10 

6,673,709 

6,580,895 

1,110,511  97 

14,886,454 

6,741,848 

6,704,258 

1,150,810  09 

11— i- 2 


18  CUSTOMS  DEPARTMENT  i 

1-2  EDWARD  VII.,  A.  1902 

No.  9. — Comparative  Statement  (by  Provinces)  of  the 

PROVINCE  OF 


Number. 

Poets. 

Fiscal  Year  ended  June  30,  1899. 

Fiscal 
Exports. 

Exports. 

Imports. 

Entered  for 

Con- 
sumption. 

Duty. 

1 

2 
3 
4 
5 
6 
7 
8 

$ 

$ 

$  cts. 

$ 

6,211 
961,416 
3,679,344 
1,199,225 
2,477,594 
4,991,348 
2,484,744 
2,051,930 

Total  

2,962,283 
3,031,413 
1,104,664 
2,000,051 
3,004,440 
911,251 
1,734,930 

199,908 
310,068 
459,899 
879,657 
691,104 
3,111,650 
3,034,935 

199,655 
312,154 
474,666 
876,553 
690,412 
2,881,526 
3,012,466 

51,557  31 
78,109  50 
124,735  65 
216,917  86 
143,177  53 
690,754  74 
806,069  85 

14,749,032 

8,687,221 

8,447,432 

2,111,322  44 

17,851,812 

PROVINCE  OF 

l 

2 

105,525 
3,463,150 

Total  

2,092,988 

5,695,715 

5,724,116 

1,140,051  96 

2,092,988 

5,695,715 

5,724,116 

1,140,051  96 

3,568,675 

PRINCE  EDWARD 

i 

2 

Total  

1,036,862 
252,797 

400,599 
64,644 

408,818 
64,784 

117,637  91 
9,673  91 

1,147,574 
201,955 

1,289,659 

465,243 

473,602 

127,311  82 

1,349,529 

NORTH-WEST  TERRI- 

l 

2 
3 
4 
5 

Calgary  

323,384 
19,960 

757,023 
103,008 
877,112 

758,540 
103,008 
877,112 

100,365  72 
11,084  12 
236,082  19 

261,866 
83,984 

9,095,954 

Yukon  Frontier  

Total  

774,317 

774,317 

t244,650  58 

343,294 

2,511,460 

2,512,977 

592,182  61 

9,441,804 

*  3  months  only,  1899. 
X  Two  months  only,  1901. 

t  Includes  $38,384.69  collected  in  1898,  no  statistical  returns. 


i  TRADE  AND  NAVIGATION 

SESSIONAL  PAPER  No.  11 

Value  of  Exports  and  Imports,  at  each  Port,  &c. — Continued. 
BRITISH  COLUMBIA. 


19 


Year  ended  June  30,  1900. 


Fiscal  Year  ending  June  30,  1901. 


Imports. 


Entered  for 

Con- 
sumption. 


Duty. 


524,953 
126,549 
354,632 
834,516 
683,  S99 
768,999 
3,877,173 
3,389,811 


10,560,532 


518,506 
126,278 
357,768 
841,814 
687,051 
766,593 
3,798,846 
3,235,963 


115,617  71 
29,399  50 
87,912  78 
185,544  14 
135,174  35 
154,763  81 
841,253  60 
805,113  17 


Exports. 


12,085 
1,251,653 
4,364,903 
923,998 
2,318,007 
4  213,047 
2.756,985 
5,807,513 


Imports. 


305,187 
140,388 
374,233 
787,915 
622,097 
672,209 
4,271,666 
3,963,743 


10,a32,819 


2,354,779  06  !   21,648,191  \  11,137,438 


Entered  for 

Con- 
sumption. 


306,276 
137,543 
374,906 
801,545 
615,258 
673,423 
4,079,328 
3,817,515 


10,805,794 


Duty. 


$  cts. 

55,421  80 
26,868  87 
99,865  28 
171,001  33 
100,838  64 
134,224  34 
900,564  53 
-7". -v 


2,358,842  64 


MANITOBA. 


410,998 
6,280,866 

408,875 
6,290,269 

68,759  11 
1,212,542  76 

70,729 
1,014,263 

270,927 
5,125,262 

271,910 
5,166,964 

42,552  10  1 
974,420  87  1  2 

6,691,864 

6,699,144 

1,281,301  87 

1,084,992 

5,396,189 

5,438,874 

1,016,972  97 

ISLAND. 


435,032 
67,533 

438,841 
67,533  j 

134,211  48 
9,190  13 

612,233 
69,170 

449,214 
77,403 

465,696 
77,434 

137,986  58 
10,271  58 

1 

2 

502,565 

506,374  ! 

143,401  61 

681,403  j 

526,617 

543,130 

148,258  16 

TORIES  AND  YUKOR 


779,956 

786,397 

86,182  66 

1,314,250 

993,426 

1,000,246 

92,112  30 

1 

321,884 

321,884 

38,641  85 

206,686 

442,823 

442,823 

48,839  56 

2 

1,443,945 

1,437,364 

356, 684  70 

12,699,403 

1,661,633 

1,629,287 

396,343  48 

3 

180,856 

180,856 

36,447  07 

4 

"  1,234,176 

1,2341176 

255,933  26 ' 

1,215,273' 

981,144 

981,144 

191,549  54 

5 

3,779,961 

3,779,821 

737,442  41 

15,435,612 

4,259,882 

4,234,356 

765,291  95 

11—  i— 2\ 


20 


CUSTOMS  DEPARTMENT 


1-2  EDWARD  VII.,  A.  1902 


No.   10.— Comparative  Statement  (by  Provinces),  showing  the  value  of 
Amount  of  Duty  collected  by  the  Dominion  of  Canada,  during  the 


Provinces. 


Ontario  

Quebec  

Nova  Scotia  

New  Brunswick  

Manitoba  

British  Columbia  

Prince  Edward  Island  . 
North-west  Territoires . 
Yukon  District  


Total 


Fiscal  Year  ended  June  30,  1899. 


Total 
Exports. 


48,137,912 
70,311,571 
11,480,120 
10,492,329 

2,092,988 
14,749,032 

1,289,659 
343,294 


158,896,905 


Total 
Imports. 


60,308,057 
72,230,739 
7,425,140 
5, 140,733 
5,695,715 
8,687,221 
465,243 
860,031 
1,651,429 


162,764,308 


Entered  for 
Con- 
sumption. 


60,204,694 
64,085,651 
7,194,191 
5,408,930 
5,724,116 
8,447,432 
473,602 
861,548 
1,651,429 


154,051,593 


Duty. 


$  cts. 

9,460,275  92 
10,002,838  69 

1,350,284  49 
949,960  82 

1,140,051  96 

2,111,322  44 
127,311  82 
111,449  84 
480,732  77 


25,734,228  75 


Fiscal 


Total 
Exports. 


56,116,756 
76,791,66» 
12,608,973- 
14,165,506 

3,568,675 
17,851,812 

1,349,529 
345,850 

9,095,954 


191,894,723 


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SESSIONAL  PAPER  No.  11 

Exports,  of  Total  Imports  and  of  Imports  entered  for  Consumption,  and  the 
Fiscal  Years  ending  respectively  on  June  30,  1899,  1900  and  1901. 


Year  ended  June  30,  1900. 

Fiscal  Year  ended  J une  30, 

1901. 

Total 
Exports. 

Entered  for 

Con- 
sumption. 

Duty. 

Total 
Exports. 

Total 
Imports. 

Entered  for 

Con- 
sumption. 

Duty. 

$ 

71,258,544 
i  y,ouo,o« 35 
10,646,716 
6,673,709 
6,691,864 
10,560,532 
502,565 
1,101,840 
2,678,121 

« 

70,221,464 

10,369,943 
6,580,895 
6,699,144 

10,332,819 
506,374 
1,108,281 
2,671,540 

$  cts. 
10,763,213  79 

m 

1,904,971  83 
1,110,511  97 
1,281,301  87 
2,354,779  06 
143,401  61 
124,824  51 
612,617  90 

1 

36,490,028 

12,720,343 
14,886,454 

1,084,992 
21,648,191 
681,403 

1,520,936 
13,914,676 

1 

73,490,379 
7o,  /  lb,  290 
12,146,882 
6,741,848 
5,396,189 
11,137,438 
526,617 
1,436,249 
2,823,633 

S 

73,047,975 
o8,4zz,41b 
12,041,185 
6,704,258 
5,438,874 
10,805,794 
543,130 
1,443,069 
2,791,287 

•S  cts. 
10,913,597  94 
10,661,669  32 
2,091,536  82 
1,150,810  09 
1,016,972  97 
2,358,842  64 
148,258  16 
140,951  86 
624,340  09 

1 
2 
3 
4 
5 
6 
7 
8 
9 

189,622,513 

180,804,316 

28,889,110  13 

196,487,632 

190,415,525 

181,237,988 

29,106,979  89 

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i 


1-2  EDWARD  VII.,  A.  1902 

No.  11. —  Comparative  Statement  showing  the  total  tonnage  of  all  vessels 
entered  inwards  and  outwards  in  the  Dominion  of  Canada,  during  each 
fiscal  year  ended  June  30,  from  1868  to  1901,  inclusive. 


SHIPPING. 


Fiscal  Year  ended 
June  30. 

Tonnage 

of 
Vessels 
built. 

Tonnage 

of 
Vessels 
registered. 

Tonnage  of 
Vessels  enter- 
ed Inwards 
and  Outwards 
(Sea-going  and 
Inland  Navi- 
gation) 
exclusive  of 
Coasting. 

l onnage  01 

Vessels 
employed 
in  the  coasting 
Trade 
entered  In- 
wards 
and  Outwards. 

Tonnage  an 
V  esse 
to  other  ( 

Tonnage. 

d  Value  of 
s  sold 
Countries. 

Value. 

Tons. 

Tons. 

Tons. 

Tons. 

Tons. 

$ 

1868  

87,230 

113,692 

12.982J325 

1869  

96,439 

125,408 

10,461,044 

1870   

93,166 

110,852 

11,415,870 

1871  

106,101 

121,724 

13,126,028 

1872  

114,065 

127,371 

12,808,160 

1873  

140,370 

152,226 

11,748,997 

1874  

174,404 

163,016 

11,399,857 

1875  .   

188,098 

204,002 

9,537,155 

1876  

165,041 

144,422 

9,911,199 

10,300,939 

64,134 

2,189,270 

1877  

127,297 

126,160 

11,091,244 

8,968,862 

46,329 

1,576,244 

1878   

106,976 

100,089 

12,054,890 

11,047,661 

35,039 

1,218,145 

1879  

103,551 

94,882 

11,646,812 

12,066,683 

19,318 

529,824 

1880  

68J56 

64,982 

13,577,845 

14,053,013 

16,208 

464,327 

1881  

79,364 

70,210 

13,802,432 

15,116,766 

16,808 

348,018 

1882  

68,240 

78,076 

13,379,882 

14,791,064 

16,161 

402,311 

1883  

73,576 

78,229 

13,770,735 

15,683,566 

23,896 

506,538 

1884  

'  70,287 

80,822 

14,359,026 

15,473,707 

17,368 

416,756 

1885 

57  486 

fi^i  Qfi9 

14  084  719 

1 1S  Q44  499 

1^  177 

AO,  1  t  t 

246  277 

1886   

37^531 

40,872 

13,969,232 

16,368,274 

14,343 

266'363 

1887   

26,798 

67,662 

14,090,998 

17,513,677 

9,263 

143,772 

1888   

22,698 

33,298 

15,217,308 

18,789,279 

14,479 

289,969- 

1889   

23,835 

31,998 

16,054,221 

19,834,577 

16,173 

266,817 

1890  

39,434 

53,853 

18,446,100 

22,797,115 

22,844 

442,781 

1891  

55,477 

52,506 

18,803,648 

24,694,580 

15,143 

280,474 

1892   

44,321 

61,457 

18,692,455 

24,783,844 

36,399 

506,747 

1893  

38,521 

45,796 

18,539,534 

24,579,123 

31,317 

363,916 

1894  

23,497 

29,878 

20,353,081 

26,560,968 

21,960 

243,429 

1895  

18,728 

26,125 

19,100,963 

25,473,434 

16,567 

172,563 

1896   

10,753 

14,144 

21,870,473 

27,431,753 

12,203 

99,392 

1897  

12,058 

22,959 

23,373,933 

27,267,979 

9,158 

105,164 

1898   

22,426 

27,716 

24,746,116 

29,633,950 

17,210 

191,069 

1899   

22,085 

28,257 

25,420,110 

30,212,496 

7,562 

126,466 

1900   

28,544 

40,443 

26,914,095 

33,631,730 

13,354 

205,618 

1901  

20,156 

35,156 

26,029,808 

34,444,796 

4,490 

66,468 

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SESSIONAL  PAPER  No.  11 

No.  12. — Statement  (by  Provinces)  showing  the  Amount  of  Custom  Duties 
and  other  Revenues  collected  at  the  several  Ports  and  Outports  in  the 
Dominion  of  Canada  during  the  Fiscal  Year  ended  June  30, 1901. 

PROVINCE  OF  ONTARIO. 


Outports. 


Essex  Centre 
Kingsville  . . . 
Leamington  . 
West  Dock.. 


Campbellford . 


Norwich 


Smith's  Falls.. 


Ridgetown. 
Romney. . . 
Rondeau.  . . 
Blenheim  . 


Brighton 
Colborne. 
Grafton 


Parry  Sound . . . 

Meaford   , 

Byng  Inlet  


Customs 
Duties. 


S  cts. 

3,928  31 
3,686  07 
4,281  15 
4,769  77 
610  81 


Other 
Revenues. 


17,276  ll| 


77,003  45 
3,131  32 


80,134  7', 


111,926  25 


7,988  01! 


198,147  58 
1,476  00 


199,623  58 


124,423  65 
22,305  71 


147,729  36 


53,757  46 
11,357  52 
18  88 
67  63 
9,325  83 


74,527  32 


14,973  18 
1,692  05 
946  41 
35  27 


I  cts. 
17  25 


Total 
Revenues . 


S  cts. 


17  25      17,293  36 


40  00 


40  00;      80,174  77 


80  00     112,006  25 


84  94 


7,988  01 


Remarks. 


84  94     199,708  52 


53  00 


53  00     147,782  36 


74,527  32 


21,098  36 
26,138  19 
8,964  59 
4,744  72 

Transferred  to  Wood- 
stock, Ont.,  from  Jan. 
1,  1901. 


Established  a  chief  port, 
April  1,  1901. 


60,945  86 


60,945  86 


24  CUSTOMS  DEPARTMENT 


1-2  EDvVARl)  VII.,  A.  1902 

No.  12. — Statement  of  Custom3  Duties,  &c. — Ontario — Continued. 


Ports. 

Outports. 

Customs 
Duties. 

Other 
Revenues . 

Total 
Revenues. 

Remarks 

$  cts. 

29,609  59 
601  19 

$  cts. 

$  cts. 

30,210  78 

30,210  78 

11,100  45 

11,100  45 

Fort  William  

Gait  

289,028  32 

239  44 

289,267  76 

123,451  52 

80  00 

123,531  52 

37,970  22 
21,343  94 

Riverview  

Clinton  

59,314  16 

59,314  16 

12,396  39 
293  05 
0  98 

1  00 

12,690  42 

1  00 

12,691  42 

9,381  08 
7,299  59 
2,467  95 
8  18 
7,934  32 
1,889  37 
5,405  90 

40  00 

34,386  39 

40  00 

34,426  39 

95,279  02 
5,894  77 

10  00 

Dundas  

Dunnville  

Oakville  

101,173  79 

10  00 

101,183  79 

735,550  30 
2,047  74 
26,265  62 
5,747  28 
1,495  16 

545  77 

771,106  10 

545  77 

771,651  87 

13,142  55 

13,142  55 

Bath  

26,472  75 

2  50 

26,475  25 

146,477  70 
30  26 

469  00 

146,507  96 

469  00 

146,976  96 

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No.  12 — Statement  of  Customs  Duties,  &e. — Ontario — Continued. 


Ports. 


Outports. 


Customs  Other 
Duties.  Revenues. 


Total 
Revenues. 


Remarks. 


Lindsay 


London. 


Midland . 


Morrisburg. 


Napanee  

Niagara  Falls 


Oshawa 
Ottawa . 


Owen  Sound . 


Paris  

Parry  Sound . 
Peterboro  


Fenelon  Falls. 


Strath roy 


Iroquois. 


Chippewa. 
Niagara. . . 
Queenston 


Almonte  

Arnprior  

Carleton  Place . 

Pembroke  

Perth   

Renfrew  

North  Bay  


French  River . 
Chesley  


$     cts.     $  cts. 

19,991  87 

578  22i 


$  cts. 


20,570  09 


20,570  09 


647,214  79:       223  00 
8,172  87: 


655,387  66|       223  00 


655,610  66 


12,081  45 


3,950  74 
2,409  97 


6,360  71 


8,333  61 


71,858  60 
3,306  51 
1,162  47 
25  73 


76,353  31 


23,642  93 


537.204  03 
5,304  47 
2,370  35 
4,725  79 

17,842  98 
8,510  90 
3,793  21 

12,693  28 


12,081  45  Established    a  chief 
port,  Oct.  1,  1900. 


6,360  71 


8,333  61 


193  30 


193  30 


76,546  6V 


23,642  93 


485  34 


31  90 
19  25 


592,445  01       536  49 


592,981  50 


34,696  11 
197  08 
49  45 


34,942  64 


40  00 
4  75 


44  75 


19,664  17 


5,545  49 


130,010  28        40  00 


34,987  39 


19,664  17 


B.545  48 


Established  a  chief  port 
April  1,  1901. 


130,050  28 


26  CUSTOMS  DEPARTMENT  i 

1-2  EDWARD  VII.,  A.  1902 

Ino.  12. — Statement  of  Customs  Duties,  &c. — Ontario — Continued. 


Ports. 


Picton 


Port  Arthur. 


Prescott 


Rat  Portage . . 
St.  Catharines. 


St.  Thomas. 


Sarnia . 


Sault  Ste.  Marie. 


Ontports. 


Wellington. 


Fort  Francis . 
Rat  Portage. 
Mine  Centre. 
Beaver  Mills. 


Cardinal . . . 
Maitland  / . 


Port  Dalhousie . 

Thorold  

Welland  

Port  Colborne  . 


Aylmer  

Burwell  .  ... 
Port  Stanley. 


Courtright .  . . 

Petrolia  

Point  Edward 


Algoma  Mills  

Bruce  Mines  

Little  Current  

Michipicoten  River. 

Sudbury  

Spanish  River  

Thessalon  

Cockburn  Island  

Moose  Factory  


Customs 
Duties. 


$  cts. 

16,725  90 
347  79 


17,073  69 


47,048  48 
691  75 
9,264  67 
998  64 
189  71 


58,193  25 


47,982  37 
12,933  05 
3  81 


00,919  23 


2,488  23 


98,869  86 
9,833  48 

19,049  46 
9,960  86 

15,399  32 


153,112  98 


161,516  42 
7,724  08 
1,878  46 
9,038  65 


180,157  61 


65,930  83 
725  46 
12,191  63 
136,538  37 

215,386  29 


222,880  70 
36,515  09 
8,377  23 
2,305  87 
52,991  81 
33,055  99 
785  00 
495  67 
34  69 
11,927  54 

369,369  59 


Other 
Revenues 


$  cts. 


40  00 
90  00 


130  00 


40  00 


40  00 


2  00 
400  00 


402  00 


6,151  50 


6,151  50 


910  50 


910  50 


Total 
Revenues . 


$  cts. 


17,073  69 


58,323  25 


60,919  23 


2,488  23 


153,152  98 


180,559  61 


Remarks. 


Established  a  chief  port, 
April  1,  1901. 


Established  a  chief  port, 
April  1,  1901. 


221,537  79 


370,280  09 


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No.  12. — Statement  of  Customs  Duties,  &c. — Ontario — Concluded. 


Outports. 


Tilsonburg . . 
Port  Dover. 
Fort  Rowan 


Customs 
Duties. 


Other 
Revenues . 


$    cts.      $  eta 


13,091  46 
7,390  12 
13,796  09 
467  19 


34.744  S6 


Total 
Revenues . 


Remarks. 


$  Ct&' 


34,744  86 


Listowel  

St.  Mary's  

Mitchell  

Mount  Forest 
Wiarton  


Barrie  

Brampton  

Georgetown  

Midland  

Orangeville  

Orillia.....  

Penetanguishene .... 

Port  Credit  

Streetsville  

Aurora  &  Newmarket 


41,183  68 
19,223  94 
20,464  81 

8,797  36 
116  16 

3,609  83 


40  00 


93,395  78 


40  00 


Lambton  

Sombra  

Walpole  Island. 


WalkerviUe. 


Norwich . 


Total  Ontario. 


5,217,426  74 
8,622  20 
10,149  64 
9,417  47 
2,064  74 
15,948  16 
27,578  96 
2.NXI  27 
6,151  38 
1,917  24 
4,289  54 


4,569  68 


1  00 


93,435  78 


5,306,416  34     4,570  68  5,310,987  02 


16,242  65   

16,242  65 

5,697  75 
159  56 
40ft  90 
131  28 

6,398  49;  1       6,398  49 

7,692  35 

  7,692  35 

307,630  26 
105,884  31 

510  11 

413,514  57 

510  11 

414,024  68 

55,071  65 
1,699  67 

56,771  32 

56,771  32 

10,913,597  94 

15,455  23 

10,929,053  17 

Established  a  chief  port, 
October  1,  1900. 


Established  an  outport, 
August  17,  1900. 


Transferred  from  port 
Brantford,  January 
1,  1901. 


28  CUSTOMS  DEPARTMENT  i 

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No.  12.-— Statement  of  Customs  Duties,  &c. — Continued. 
PROVINCE  OF  QUEBEC. 


Ports. 


Abercorn . 


Coaticook. 


Cookshire. 


Gaspe   

Hernmingford. 


Mansonville 


Montreal. 


Paspebiac. 


Perce. 


Outports. 


Island  Pond. 
Stanhope  


Comin's  Mills.  . 
Lake  Megantic . 
Hereford  


Athelstan  

Franklyn  Centre . 

Roxham  ..   

Vicars  Station 

Huntingdon   

Corbin  


Customs 
Duties. 


$  cts. 
4,590  33 


9,976  37 
58  03 
303  01 

10,337  41 


Mansonville  Station . 


Dundee  

Joliette  

St.  Jer6me  

St.  Regis  

Trout  River .... 
Coteau  Landing. 


New  Richmond. 


2,090  81 
1,327  49 
621  35 
44  48 


4,084  13 


1,937  27 


459  61 
,122  89 
188  37 

26  64 
274  51 

21  91 


9,093  93 


692  52 
350  37 


1,042  89 


8,981,787  00 
1,249  63 
21,780  56 
12,434  58 
380  94 
62  30 
964  73 


9,018,659  74 


Other 
Revenues. 


$  cts. 
17  25 


130  00 


130  00 


55  15 
43  40 


98  55 


1,000  00 
56  70 

7  00 

6  65 


1,070  35 


192  90 


192  90 


26,648  46 

80  00 
40  00 


26,768  46 


4,817  79         40  00 
11  12 


4,828  91 


605  63 


40  00 


1  00 


Total 
Revenues. 


$  cts 
4,607  58 


10,467  41 


4,182  68 


1,937  27 


10,164  28 


1,235  79 


9,045,428  20 


4,868  91 


606  63 


Remarks. 


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SESSIONAL  PAPER  No.  11 

No.  12. — Statement  of  Customs  Duties,  &c. — Quebec — Continued. 


Ports. 


Quebec 


Rimouski . 


St.  Armand. 


St.  Hyacinthe. 


St.  Johns. 


Sherbrooke. 

Sorel  

Stanstead. . 


Three  Rivers. 


Beauce  

Chambord  

Chicoutimi  

Magdalen  Islands . . . 

Victoria  ville  

Riviere  du  Loup 
St.    Thomas  Mont- 
magny  


Matane. 


Outports. 


Customs 
Duties. 


Other 
Revenues . 


Total 
Revenues . 


$     cts.      $  cts. 


1,032,353  22 
313  00 
640  71 
1,286  94 
595  63 
11,906  40 
17,928  41 

2  08 


1,255  77 


40  00 
80  00 
22  50 


$  cts. 


1,065,026  39 


Philipsburg . 


Drummondville . 


Clarenceville  

Frelighsburg  

Gran  by  

Lacolle  

Valleyneld.  

Rouse's  Point  

Nbyan  J  unction. . . 


Richmond  

Windsor  Mills. 


George  ville  

Magog  

Stanstead  Junction. 


Total  Quebec. . . 


626  18 

:22  48 


1,398  27  1,066,424  66 


648  06 


2,685  43 
134  52 

2,819  95 


44,023  34 
719  76 


648  66 


57  75 


44,743  10; 


61,850  01 
2,106  42 
279  47 
24,179  98 
639  03; 
79,898  52 
39  00! 
30  20 


57  75  2,877  70 
80  00 

80  00  44,823  10 
160  00 

40  00 


169,022  63       200  00     169,222  63 


135,030  49 
5,658  69 
8,362  53 


149,051  71 


12,866  24 


127  00 


127  00     149,178  71 


80  00      12,946  24 


7,055  53 
551  03 
3C,901  63 
7,764  43 


616  14 


8  00 


52,272  62 


110,037  78 


10,661,669  32 


624  14      52,896  76 


60  00'    110,097  78 


30,945  67  10,692,614  99 


Remarks. 


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No.  12 — Statement  of  Customs  Duties,  &c. — Continued. 
PROVINCE  OF  NEW  BRUNSWICK. 


Ports. 


Bathurst 


Chatham. 


Dalhousie 


Fredericton 


Moncton 


Newcastle , 
Sackville.. , 


St.  John . 


Outports. 


Caraquet. 
New  Bandon 
Shippegan . . 
Tracadie  


Buctouche . 
Richibucto 


Campbellton , 


Cocagne  . . 

Alma  

Dorchester 
Harvey  . . . 
Hillsboro  . . 
Shediac   . . 


Bay  Verte . 


McAdam's  Junction. 

St.  George  

Sussex   

Laprairie  

Musquash  

Quaco    

Back  Bay  

Beaver  Harbour  . . . 


Customs 
Duties. 


$  cts, 

2,333  12 
272  89 
18  85 
176  83 
178  51 


2,980  20 


17,990  04 
247  38 
1,360  35 


19,597  77 


3,315  74 
6,486  11 


9,801  85 


31,513  69 


27,434  35 
7  59 
15  56 
2,716  38 
1,479  89 
1,429  51 
1,764  31 


34,847  59 


10,621  77 


4,962  39 
725  09 


5,687  48 


950,960  10 
3,229  46 
455  37 
4,449  85 

7  43 

8  35 
92  69 

107  63 
344  56 

959,655  44 


Other 
Revenues 


$  cts 


40  00 


40  00 


56  00 


56  00 


652  22 
11  00 
32  00 


695  22 


Total 
Revenues. 


$  cts. 


2,980,  20 


19,637  77 


9,801  85 


31,513  69 


34,903  59 


10,621  77 


5,687  48 


960,350  66 


Remarks. 


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Uo.  12. — Statement  of  Customs  Duties,  &c. — New  Brunswick — Continued. 


Ports. 

Outports. 

Customs 
Duties. 

Other 
Revenues. 

Total 

Revenues. 

Remarks. 

St.  Stephen   

Campobello  

Milltown  

North  Head  

St.  Andrews  

Upper  Mills  

West  Isles    

Aroostook  J  unction . 

Grand  Falls  

St.  Leonards  

Middle  St.  Francis . . 

Total  New  Brunsw'k 

$  cts. 

38,006  38 
1,052  19 
13,810  97 
474  16 
6,086  79 
175  36 
263  25 
256  20 

$  cts. 
362  00 

45  00 

$  cts. 

60,125  30 

407  00 

60,532  30 

11,836  88 
550  67 
458  12 
1,457  14 
229  97 
863  62 
514  45 
68  15 

100  00 
75  00 

100  00 
21  00 

18  00 
5  00 

15,979  00 

319  CO 

16,298  00 

1,150,810  091    1,517  22 
j 

1,152,327  31 

PROVINCE  OF  NOVA  SCOTIA. 

45,109  89 
1  00 
260  33 
1,624  95 
0  98 
5,663  35 
476  57 

40  00 

Tidnish  

Springhill   ... 

Thome's  Cove  

Harbour  au  Boushe. . 

53,137  07 

40  00 

53,177  07 

3,145  46 
2,125  01 
510  12 

33  80 

40  00 

5,814  39 

4.9S6  88 
17  74 
2?  12 
_  

40  00 

5,854  39 

5,026  74 

5,026  74 

312  70 
138  33 

8  93 

9  45 
6  27 

12  82 



St.  1  'etera  

West  Arichat  

Descouse           ,  . 

River  Bourgeois.  .  . 

486  50|  

486  50 

32  CUSTOMS  DEPARTMENT  i 

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No.  12. — Statement  of  Customs  Duties,  &c. — Nova  Scotia — Continued. 


Ports. 


Baddeck. 


Barrington. 


Canso . 


Digby. 


Halifax. 


Kentville . 


Liverpool. 


Lockeport 


Outports. 


Aspey  Bay.  .  . 

St.  Annes  

Great  Bras  d'Or. 
Ingonish  


Cape  Sable  Island. 
Port  Latour  


Guysborough . . . 

Sherbrooke  

Isaac's  Harbour. 

Liscombe  

Queensport  


Bear  1  liver.. 
Free  Port. . . 
Sandy  Cove. 
Westport. . . 


Sheet  Harbour. 
Jeddore  


Berwick  

Canning   

Kingsport  

Port  Williams 

Wolfville.  

Harbourville  

Aylesford  Station. 


Port  Med  way . 


Customs 
Duties. 


$  cts. 

669  58 
9  84 
9  81 
9  68 
4  16 


703  07 


287  91 
197  45 
29  22 


514  58 


1,839  86 
263  06 
251  49 
145  84 
0  24 
4  56 


2,505  05 


1,897  50 
1,260  78 
104  69 
126  98 
145  40 

3,535  35 


1,400,009  55 
155  60 


1,400,165  15 


10,999  03 
1,429  48 
312  11 
492  76 
721  90 
1,181  62 
9  64 
239  53 


15,386  07 


Other 
Revenues. 


cts. 
7  00 


7  00 


0  45 


0  45 


3,140  13 
0  10 


3,140  23 


5,715  83 
6  05 

5,721  88 


647  68 


40  00 


Total 
Revenues. 


$  cts 


710  07 


515  03 


2,505  05 


3,535  35 


1,403,305  38 


15,386  07 


5,721  88 


687  68 


Remarks. 


Established    March  1, 
1901. 


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No.  12. — Statement  of  Customs  Duties,  &c. — Nova  Scotia — Continued. 


Ports. 


Outports. 


Customs 
Duties. 


Other 
Revenues . 


Total 
Revenues. 


Remarks. 


Lunenburg. 


Middleton . 


New  Glasgow . 
North  Sydney. 


Parrsboro' 


Pictou. . 


Port  Hawkesbury . 


Port  Hood.,,,..., 


Chester  

Bridgewater . 
Mahone  Bay. 
Lahave  


Port  George . . . 
Margarets  ville. 


Grand  Narrows. 
Little  Bras  d'Or. 

Millville  

Sydney  Mines. . . 


Advocate  Harbour. 

Apple  River  

Port  Greville  

Five  Islands  


New  Glasgow. . 
Tatamagouche. 

Merigomish  

River  John. . . 


Poit  Mulgrave. . . . 

Port  Hastings  

Whvcocomagh . .  . 

West  Bay  

Marble  Mountain. 


Cheticamp  

Margaree  

Mabou  

Broad  Cove  Mines. . 


S  cts. 

10,863  93 
159  69 
3,227  13 
402  59 
213  79 


14,867  13 


2,227  49 
35  10 
84  38 


2,346  97 


8,814  18 


25,846  43 

32  89 

4  12 

0  93 

30  26 


25,914  63 


830  42 
16  23 
97  50 

228  40 
13  57 


1,186  12 


12,206  35 
30,369  84 
108  86 
23  26 
99  62 


42,807  93 


591  28 
1,130  70 
2,318  14 

148  55 
31  59 

394  24 


4,614  50 


536  90 
109  40 
45  30 
75  60 
12  38 

779  5 


$  cts. 
59S  42 


n  oo 


90  oo 


8  00 


24  48 


24  4- 


8  cts. 


598  42      15,465  55 


2,346  97 


8,814  18  Established  a  chief  port 
April  1,  1901. 


25,914  63 


1,186  12 


42,887  93 


8  00       4,622  50 


S04  06 


Established  a  chief  port 
April  1,  1901. 


11 — i — 3 


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No.  12. — Statement  of  Customs  Duties,  &c. — Nova  Scotia — Continued. 


Jordan  Bay  

North  East  Harbour. 


Glace  Bay . . . 
Port  Morien. 
Louisburg  . . . 
Gabarouse..  . 


Outports. 


Economy  

Londonderry ...... 

Bass  River  

Bass  River,  P.O  . . 


Belliveau's  Cove 

Meteghan  

Port  Gilbert  

Church  Point.  .  . 


Cheverie  

Hantsport 

Maitland  

Walton...,  .. 


Pubnico  ... 
Salmon  River. 
Tusket  Wedge . 
Tusket  


Total  N.  Scotia 


Customs 
Duties. 


$  cts. 

1,143  89 
1  90 
19  17 


1,164  96 


271,018  13 
50,524  05 
99  29 
724  32 
17  80 


322,383  59 


97,353  73 
14  80 
1,379  40 
97 
86 


98,749  76 


4,147  26 
303  84 
617  24 
329  09 
15  32 


5,412  75 


10,529  13 
22  17 
429  95 
58  11 
14  63 


11,053  99 


50,535  28 
72  3' 
207  98 
264  88 
716  69 


57,797  20 


2,091,53  82 


Other 
Revenues. 


>  cts. 
22  48 


22  48 


240  00 
25  00 


265  00 


140  00 


140  00 


240  7', 


240  77 


515  60 
40  00 


555  60 


5,202  43 


Total 
Revenues. 


$  cts. 


1,187  44 


322,648  59 


98,889  76 


5,653  52 


11,053  99 


58,352  80 
2,096,739  25 


Remarks. 


i  TRADE  AND  NAVIGATION 

SESSIONAL  PAPER  No.  11 

No.  12. — Statemeot  of  Customs  Duties,  &c. — Continued. 
PROVINCE  OF  MANITOBA. 


35 


Ports. 


Brandon. 


Winnipeg. 


Outports 


Customs 
Duties. 


Carberry  . . 
Deloraine 
Killarney  . 

Virden  

Rapid  City. 
Melita  


Crystal  City  

Emerson  

Gretna  

Morden  

Neepawa  

Portage  La  Prairie 

York  Factory  

Mowbray  

Stonewall  

Pilot  Mound  P.O.. 

Manitou  P.O  

BirtleP.O   

Yorkton  P.O  

Gladstone  P.O.... 
Minnedosa  P.O.  . . 
Sprague  


Total  Manitoba. 


S  cts. 

31,543  90 

1,009  82 

1,034  80 

1,128  29 

5,156  80 

44  46 

2,634  03 


42.552  10 


920,074  33 
871  46 
24.302  16 
7,248  65 
2,133  08 
3,274  67 
14,188  96 
1,088  95 
247  44 
75  01 
0  30 
27  31 
241  59 

108  43 

109  24 
230  28 
199  01 


974,420  87 


1,016,972  97 


Other 
Revenues . 


Total 
Revenues. 


I  ote. 
40  00 


|  cts. 


368  10 
40  00 


448  10      43,000  20 


Remarks. 


1,347  60 
22  00 
50  00 
40  00 


1,459  60 


1,907  70 


975,880  47 
1,018,880  67 


PROVINCE  OF  BRITISH  COLUMBIA. 


21,762  24 
760  98 
1,861  47 
166  64 
338  72 
30,518  75 
13  00 

105  75 

92  00 
2  05 
62  00 
80  00 

55,421  80       341  80 

55,763  60 

23,158  52 
1,823  42 
1,886  93 

100  00 

26,868  87 

100  00 

26,968  87 

77,692  42 
8,062  02 
11,833  98 
1,997  68 
56  16 
176  00 
47  02 

40  00 
400  00 
40  00 

99,865  28 

480  00 

100,345  28 

Grand  Forks,  B.C. 


Kaelo 


Cascade  City 

Midway  

Osoyoos   

Sidley  


Fairview 


Xakusp  

Bedlington . 


Nanaimo 


Comox  

Chemainus  . 
Ladysmith  . 
Courtney . . . 
Cumberland 
Wellington. . 


Established  an  Outport 
March  16,  1901. 


11—  i-3£ 


36  »  CUSTOMS  DEPARTMENT  i 


1-2  EDWARD  VII.,  A.  1902 

No.  12. — Statement  of  Customs  Duties,  &c. — British  Columbia — Continued. 


Ports 

Outports. 

Customs 
Duties. 

Other 
Revenues. 

Total 
Revenues . 

Remarks. 

$  cts. 

132,966  47 
11,831  09 
16,452  96 
482  78 
689  20 
8,535  72 
43  16 

$  cts. 

206  10 
40  00 

38  50 

$  cts. 

Fort  Steele  

Pilot  Bay  

Huntingdon  

Ladner's  Landing. . . 

Field  

Yale  

Trail    

Port  Simpson  

Duncan's 

Salt  Spring  Island  . . 
Total  B.  Columbia 

171,001  38 

284  60 

171,285  98 

57,124  18 
315  47 
15,549  84 
1,770  68 
2,522  23 
587  99 
4,597  56 
7,867  05 
2,918  27 
78  92 
4,277  21 
3,059  08 
36  92 
93  61 
1  00 
17  98 
20  65 

154  06 
40  00 
40  00 

40  00 
40  00 

100,838  64 

314  06 

101,152  70 

125,779  43 
3,539  19 
4,905  72 

180  53 
40  00 

134,224  34 

220  53 

134,444  87 

900,564  53 

91,898  00 

992,462  53 

867,728  97 
1,069  87 
497  70 
84  97 
428  48 
37  48 
43  71 
30  80 
54  50 
1  08 
80  24 

77,884  57 

870,057  80 

77,884  57 

947,942  37 

2,358,842  64 

171,523  56 

2,530,366  20 

i  TRADE  AND  NAVIGATION 

SESSIONAL  PAPER  No.  11 

No.  12. — Statement  of  Customs  Duties,  &c. — Continued. 
PROVINCE  OF  PRINCE  EDWARD  ISLAND. 


37 


Ports. 

Outports. 

Customs 
Duties. 

Other 
Revenues. 

Total. 

Remarks. 

$  cts. 

S  cts. 

$  cte. 

Charlotte  town 


Summerside 


Cardigan  

Crapaud  

Georgetown  

Grand  River  

Montague  Bridge.. 
Murray  Harbour . . 

Rustico   

Souris1  

St.  Peters  

Vernon  River  


Alberton . . 
Malpeque. 
Port  Hill . 
Tignish  .. 


Total  P.E.I. 


132,848  44 
999  79 
147  13 
357  80 
0  20 
731  00 
418  08 
2  99 
2,140  58 
310  20 
30  37 


100  00 
40  00 


40  00 


137,986  58 


8,301  94 
196  83 
219  93 
35  15 

1,517  73 


180  00 


138,166  58 


10,271  58 


10,271  58 


148,258  16       180  00     148,438  16 


38  CUSTOMS  DEPARTMENT  i 

1-2  EDWARD  v!L  A.  1902 

No.  12. — Statement  of  Customs  Duties,  &c. — Continued. 
NORTH-WEST  TERRITORIES. 


Ports. 


Calgary 


Lethbridge 


Outports. 


Customs 
Duties. 


Edmonton   

North  Portal  

Prince  Albert  

Regina  .   

Maple  Creek  

Wood  Mountain . . . 

Moosejaw  

Qu' Appelle  Station . 

Banff   

Canmore  

Battleford  

Broadview   

Grenfell  

Medicine  Hat. 

Moosomin  

Qu'Appelle  

Wapella  . .   

Wolseley..  

White  wood  

Indian  Head  


Coutts  

Macleod  

St.  Mary's  

Cardston  

Pincher  Creek 
Maple  Creek . . 
StandOff.  ... 


Total  N.W.T. 


$  cts. 

41,194  48 
14,127  06 
11,290  69 
983  65 
15,332  61 
97  50 
3,316  00 
4,356  67 
105  67 
56  40 
14  92 
26  61 
30  18 
165  32 
176  04 
290  08 
110  79 
99  33 
103  98 
95  19 
139  13 

92,112  30 


13,359  74 
17,414  76 
2,489  25 
12,692  60 
94  29 
133  97 
2,649  45 
5  50 


Other 
Revenues. 


$  cts. 

80  32 
40  00 
450  00 

20  00 


590  32 


636  78 


48,839  56       636  78 


140,951  86  j    1,227  10 


Total 
Revenues. 


$  cts. 


92,702  62 


49,476  34 


142,178  96 


Remarks 


i  TRADE  AND  NAVIGATION 

SESSIONAL  PAPER  No.  11 

!No.  12. — Statement  of  Customs  Duties,  &c — Continued. 
YUKON  TERRITORY. 


39 


Ports. 


Outports. 


Customs 
Duties. 


Other    |  Total 
Revenues,  Revenues. 


Remarks. 


Dawson 


Fort  Cudahy 


$     CtS.         $  Cte. 

384,173  93  6,536  35 
12,169  55 


S  cts. 


Yukon  Passes. 


White  Horse 


White  Horse. 
Dalton  Trail. 


396,343  48     6,536  35     402,879  83 


76,504  37 
371  56 


82  45 


White  Pass   5,469  90 

Bennett   109,070  33 

Atlin   133  38 


White  Pass. 
Log  Cabin . . 


Cariboo  

Dalton  Trail. 


191,549  54 


82  45 


31,980  65 
517  25 

780  02 

3,050  02 
119  13 


36,447  07  . 


Total  Yukon. 


624,340  09     6,618  80 


191,631  99 


Established  a  Chief 
Port  May  1,  1901. 

Transferred  to  White 
Hcrse,  May  1,  1901. 

Abolished  May  1,  1901. 
Transferred  to  White 
Horse,  May  1,  1901. 


36,447  07 


A  port  from  Mayl,  1901. 
Transferred  from  Yukon 

Passes,  May  1,  1901. 
Two  months  from  May 

1,  1901. 
„ 

Transferred  from  Yukon 
Passes,  May  1,  1901. 


630,958  89 


RECAPITULATION. 


Provinces. 


Customs 
Duties. 


Ontario  , 

Quebec  

New  Brunswick  

Nova  Scotia  

Manitoba   

British  Columbia.  

Prince  Edward  Island  . . 
North-west  Territories. . . 
Yukon  Territory  


Totals,  Dominion   29,106,979  89        234,577  71 


10,913,597  94' 
10,661,669  32: 
1,150,810  09 
2,091,536  82 
1,016,972  97 
2,358,842  64 1 
148,258  16 
140,951  86 
624.340  09 


Other 
Revenues. 


Total 
Revenues. 


$  cts, 

15,455  23 
30.945  67 
1,517  22 
5,202  43 
1,907  70 
171,523  56 
180  00 
1,227  10 
6,618  80 


§  cts. 


10.929 
10,692 
1,152. 
2,096 
1,018. 
2,530 
148 
142. 
630, 


053  17 
614  99 
327  31 
739  25 
880  67 
366  20 
438  16 
178  96 
958  89 


29,341.557  60 


40 


CUSTOMS  DEPARTMENT 


i 


1-2  EDWARD  VII.,  A.  1902 


No.  13. — Summary  Statement  of  Foreign  Merchandise  Imported  into  Canada 
Preferential  Tariffs,  the  Duty  Collected  by  Articles  under  each 
entered  for  Consumption  and  amount  of  Duty 


Articles. 


DUTIABLE  GOODS. 

Ale,  beer  and  porter  in  bottles  Galls. 

n  ii        casks   u 

Total  ale,  &c   


24c.  per  gall. 
16 


Ginger  ale. 


20  p.  c. 


Animals,  living,  viz.  : 

Hogs    Lbs. 

Horned  cattle    No. 

Horses  ■ 

Sheep     ii 

All  other,  not  elsewhere  specified   $ 


Total  animals. 


Anti-septic  surgical  dressings  such  as  absorbent 
cotton,  cotton  wool,  lint,  lamb's  wool,  tow, 
jute,  gauzes  and  oakum,  prepared  for  use  as 

surgical  dressings  plain  or  medicated   $ 

Bagatelle  tables  and  boards   No. 

Baking  powders   Lbs. 

Balls,  cues  and  racks,  and  cue  tips  for  bagatelle 

boards  and  billiard  tables   $ 

Baskets  of  all  kinds,  N.E.S  

Belting  of  all  kinds,  except  rubber  and  leather,  n 

Belts,  surgical,  and  trusses,  electric  belts,  pes- 
saries and  suspensory  bandages  of  all  kinds. .  n 

Belts  of  all  kinds,  N.O.P   .. 

Bells,  and  gongs,  N.E.S    n 

Billiard  tables,  viz. : 

Without  pockets  ,   No. 

With  pockets  ,  » 

Blacking,  shoe  and  shoemaker's  ink   $ 

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

Blueing — Laundry  blueing  of  all  kinds   Lbs. 

Boats — Open  pleasure  sail  boats,  skiffs  and 

canoes   No. 

Bolsters  and  pillows   $ 

Bone,  manufactures  of,  N.E.S   n 

Books,  printed  :  periodicals  and  pamphlets, 

N.E.S.   „ 

Books — Novels  or  works  of  fiction,  or  litera- 
ture of  a  similar  character,  unbound  or  paper 
bound,  or  in  sheets,  including  freight  rates 
for  railways  and  telegraph  rates,  bound  in 
book  or  pamphlet  form,  not  including  Christ- 
mas annuals  or  publications  commonly  known 

as  juvenile  and  toy  books.   n 

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  steel  or 
copper  or  other  plates,  and  other  printed 
matter,  N.E.S   ■< 


General 
Tariff  Rates 
of  Duty. 


l^c.  per  lb. 

20  p.  c  

20  „ 
20  „ 
20  „ 


10  „ 


p.  c. . . . 
per  lb. 
p.  c. . . . 


20 


35  m 


Total  Imports. 


Quantity. 


256,524 
132,093 


388,617 


Value. 


144,678 
8,415 
8,863 
83,560 


5 

377,762 


114 

2 


207,720 
111 


180,700 
27,298 


207,998 


7,632 


8,091 
202,630 
275,992 
171,443 
33,135 


691,291 


39,526 
67 

110,246 

2,647 
29,846 
53,070 

17,892 
43,520 
21,159 

5,408 
173 
21,202 

256 
20,127 

8,479 
2,359 
14,122 


728,098 


90,089 


65,014 


Quantity. 


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41 


SESSIONAL  PAPER  No.  11 

the  Quantity  and  Value  entered  for  Consumption  under  the  General  and 
Tariff,  and  the  Total  Quantity  and  Value  of  each  Article 
collected  thereon  during  the  Fiscal  Year,  1901. 


Entered  for  Home  Consumption 


General  Tariff. 


Preferential  Tariff. 


Total. 


Value. 


157,825 
25,901 


1S>.72»3 


1,540 


8,071, 
182,227 
264,178 
159,504 
11,411 


71,612 


56,579 


Duty. 


Quantity. 


S  cts. 

53,765  241 
20,546  36  . 


Value. 


Duty. 


Quantity. 


S  cts. 


74,311  60;  


308  00 


2,167  21 
36,445  40 
52,835  60 
31,900  80 

2,282  20 


625,391        125,631  21 


32,53S 

6.507 

61 

67 

23 

46 

101,446 

20,816 

11 

2.595 

908 

25 

26,350 

7,905 

Of 

21,083 

4,216 

Of 

17,076 

3,415 

■2< 

33,786 

11,825 

If 

17,045 

5,113 

50 

4,651 

1,627 

85 

173 

60 

EE 

19,928 

4,982 

00 

256 

76 

sn 

2,737 

684 

25 

8,489 

2,122 

25 

2,193 

657 

90 

13,405 

2,681 

00 

58,729  68  . 


14,322  40 


19,802  48 


940 


196,421 


5,324 


709  97 


7,381 

' " "157 

52 
1,868 
27,033 

933 
9,880 
4,094 

1,565 

L333 

18,259 


984  21 

"  37  60 

12  13 
373  60 
3,604  42 

124  43 
2,305  34 
818  80 

365  17 

"222  i8 

1  00 
3,043  24 


166 
705 


142,045 


18,080 


8,115 


33  20 
94  06 


9,470  57 


2,410  90 


1,893  77 


224,021 
128,415 


352,436 


Value. 


Duty 
Collected. 


157,825 
25,901 


183,726 


144,478 

8,323i 
8,719 
83,2201 


6,864 


8,071 
182,227 
264,178 
159,504 
11,411 


5 

347.^74 


115 

2 


210,232 
112 


39,919 
67 

101,603 

2,647 
28,218 
48,116 

I 

18,009 
43,666 
21,139 

6,216 
173 
21,261 

261 
20,996 

x  4s;, 

2,359 
14,110 


,■29,341 


89,692 


64,694 


8  cts. 

53,765  24 
20,546  36 


74,311  60 


1,017  97 


2,167  21 
86,445  40 
52,835  60 
31,900  80 

2,282  20 


625,391        125,631  21 


7,491  81  9 

23  45  10 

20,853  71  11 

920  38  12 

8,278  60  13 

7,821  02  14 

3,539  63j  15 

14,130  44  16 

5,932  30  17 

1,993  02  18 

60  55  19 

5,204  18  20 

77  80  21 

3,727  49  22 

2,122  25  23 

691  10  24 

2,775  06  25 


68,200  25  26 


16,733  30 


27 


21,696  25.  28 


42 


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1-2  EDWARD  VII.,  A.  1902 

ISTo.  13. — Summary  Statement  of  Foreign  Merchandise 


ARTICLES. 


dutiable  goods — Continued. 

Books,  &c. — 

Posters,  advertising  bills  and  folders    Lbs. 

Labels  for  cigar  boxes,  fruits,  vegetables, 
meat,  fish,  confectionery  and  other  goods : 
also  shipping,  price  or  other  tags,  tickets 
or  labels ;  and  railroad  or  other  tickets 
whether  lithographed  or  pi  in  ted  or  part- 
ly printed,  N.E.S    $ 

Maps  and  charts,  N.E.S     « 

Advertising  pamphlets,  pictorial  show- 
cards,  illustrated  advertising  periodicals, 
illustrated  price  books,  catalogues  and 
price  lists  ;  advertising  calendars  and 
almanacs  ;  patent  medicine  or  other  ad- 
vertising circulars,  fly  sheets  or  pam- 
phlets  Lbs. 

Chromos,  chromotypes,  oleographs,  or  like 
work  produced  by  any  process  other  than 
hand  painting  or  drawing,  and  having 
any  advertisement  or  advertising  matter 
printed,  lithographed,  or  stamped  there- 
on, or  attached  thereto,  or  other  similar 
artistic  work,  lithographed,  printed  or 
stamped  on  paper  or  cardboard  for  busi- 
ness or  advertisement  purposes,  N.O.P..  n 

Printed  music,  bound  or  in  sheets   $ 

Photographs,  chromos,  chromotypes,  arto- 
types,  oleographs,  paintings,  drawings, 
pictures,  engravings  or  prints,  or  proofs 
therefrom,  and  similar  works  of  art,  N. 
O.P.  ;  blue  prints  and  building  plans. . .  n 


15c.  per  lb. 


35  p.  c. 
20  . 


Total  Books. 


Boot,  shoe  and  stay  laces  of  any  material  

Boots  and  shoes,  and  slippers  of  all  kinds,  ex- 
cept rubber  and  leather    

Braces  or  suspenders,  and  metal  parts  of  


Brass  and  manufactures  of : 
Nails,  tacks,  rivets  and  burs  or  washers. 

Pumps   

Wire,  plain     

Wire  cloth,  &c.,  N.E.S  

Manufactures  of,  N.O.P.  


No. 
Lbs. 


General 
Tariff  Rates 
of  Duty. 


Total  Imports. 


Quantity. 


15c.  per  lb. 


15c.  ii 
10  p.  c. 


20  i< 


30  p.  c. 

25  . 
35   ..  . 


Total  Brass. 


Breadstuff's,  &c,  viz.: 

Arrowroot  ...      Lbs 

Biscuits  of  all  kinds  not  sweetened  

ii  ii  sweetened  

Macaroni  and  vermicelli  

Rice,  cleaned    

ii     uneleaned,  unhulled  or  paddy  

n     and  sago  flour  and  sago  

Tapioca  


20  p.  c  

25    m  .... 

27|  

25  n   

l£c.  per  lb . 
4c.       ..  . 

25  p.  c  

25  ii   


93,732 


283,922 


4,864 


Value. 


22,972 


65,389 
16,221 


66,855 


1,326 
33,266 


246,382 


1,335,612 


85,442 

74,144 
70,635 


1,659 
129,135 


29,430 
254,586 
153,086 
783,047 
089,371 
958,891 
493,506 
956,435 


6,944 
7,168 
22,289 
43,649 
384,560 


464,610 


Quantity. 


1,594 
13,708 
16,132 
35,574 
317,020 
178,547 
8,482 
53,650 


Total  breadstuffs 


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Imported  into  Canada,  kc. — Continued. 


43 


Entered  for  Home  Consumption. 


General  Tariff. 


Preferential  Tariff. 


Total. 


22,881 


54,321 
9,715 


59,361 


1,767 
24,365 


192.860 


27,924! 

68,266: 
39,480 


6,823 
7,188| 
21,838, 
27,750 
356,668 

420,267, 


612 
11,590| 
7,408 
36,502! 
204,338 
56,6041 
2,148! 
12,247! 

331,449] 


Value.  Duty.        Quantity.  \   Value.  Duty.       |  Quantity.  |  Value. 

3 


S  cts. 
14,037  44 


19,012  35 
1,943  10 


38,582  62 


743  70 
2,436  51 


38,570  00 


490 


26,464 


388 


1,080,747!       208,180  28 


8,377  20 

17,066  70 
13,818  00 


2,046  90 
2,156  40 
2,183  80 
6,937  50 
107,000  40 


3 

1,910 


120.325  00 


122 


10,907 
6,367 


r.oos 


142 

8,685 


$  cts 
49  00 


2,545  0-1 
849  00 


94,071 


2,646  53  283,681 


88  9Q 
579  14 


5,180  68 


5,346 


* 

23,003 


65.22$ 
16,062 


66,369 


1,909 
33,050 


231,702 


Duty 
Collected. 


240,323 


56,160 

5,782 
31,452 


25,663  43 


121 

63 
374 
15,899 
26,956 


11,232  00 

963  77 
7,339  28 


24  20 
12  60 
24  % 
2,649  90 
5,391  20 


1,636 
128,623 


84,084 

74,048 
70,932 


6,944 
7,251 
22,212 
43,649 
383.624 


43,413 


8,102  86 


122  40 
2,897  50 
2,037  69 
9,125  50 
122,593  15 
19,366  12 
537  00 
3,061  75 

11,718 
27,173 
62,006 
699 
5,366,898 
12,915,012 
741,813 
1,708,181 

761 
1,690 
8,183 
56 

115,075 
145,344 
10,886 
44,491 

159,741  11   

326,486 

101  49;  23,139 
281  71  241,815 
1,500  45  148,075 
9  33'      797  744 
44,724  93  15,174' 386 
43,050  10  16,788,237 
1,814  42|  836,581 
7,415  26  2,083,015 


98,897  69 


463,680 


1,373 
13,280 
15,591 
36.558 
319.413 
201,948 
13,034 
56,738 

657,935 


9  cts. 
14,086  44 


21,557  39 
2,792  10 


41,229  15 


7-2  50 

3,015  65 


43,750  68 


1,321,070        233,843  71 


19,609  20 

18,030  47 
21,157  28 


2,071  10 
2,169  00 
2.208  76 
9,587  40 
112,391  60 


128,427  86 


223  89  16 

3,179  21  17 

3,538  14  18 

9,134  83  19 

167,318  08!  20 

62,416  22  21 
2,351  42 
10,477  01 

258,638  80 


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No.  13. — Summary  Statement 


i 

1-2  EDWARD  VII.,  A.  1902 

of  Foreign  Merchandise 


ARTICLES. 


DUTIABLE  GOODS —  Con. 

Grain  and  products  of,  viz. : 

Barley  Bush. 

Beans    

Buckwheat  

Indian  corn  for  purposes  of  distillation  

Oats   

Pease,  N.E.S  

Rye  

Wheat  

Bran,  mill  feed,  &c   $ 

Buckwheat  meal  or  flour   Lbs. 

Indian  or  corn  meal  Brls. 

Oatmeal     Lbs. 

Rye  flour  Brls. 

Wheat  fiour  :   n 

Hominy,  cracked,  evaporated  or  dried  corn.  $ 

All  other  breadstuffs,  N.E.S   >, 

Grain,  flour  and  meal,  &c,  of  all  kinds, 
when  damaged  by  water  in  transitu   n 


General 
Tariff  Rates 
of  Duty. 


Total  grain  and  products  of 


Bricks  and  tiles  :  {See  Earthenware) — 

Fire  brick  and  stove  linings,  N.E.S. .. ,   $ 

Bath  brick   „ 

Building  brick   M. 

Paving  brick      u 

Drain  tiles,  not  glazed   $ 

Drain  pipes,  sewer  pipes,  chimney  linings  or 
vents,  chimney  tops  and  inverted  blocks, 

glazed  or  unglazed   n 

Manufactures  of  clay,  N.O.P   M 


Total  bricks  and  tiles 


British  gum,  dextrine,  sizing  cream  and  enamel 

sizing   Lbs. 

Brooms  and  whisks   $ 

Brushes  ,  ,, 


Buttons,  pantaloon  wholly  of  metal  Gross. 

ii      shoe,  N.E.S   , 

h      all  kinds,  N.O.P   $ 


Total  buttons . 


Candles— Tallow   Lbs. 

ii        Paraffine  wax  , 

ii       All  other,  N.E.S  


Total  candles . 


Cane,  reed  or  rattan,  split  or  otherwise  manu- 
factured, N.O.P  

Canvas,  to  be  used  for  boats'  and  ships'  sails . . 


30  p.  c 
15c.  per  bush 
10c. 
7£c. 
10c. 
10c. 
10c. 
12c. 
20  p.  c 
£c.  per  lb . . . 
25c.  per  brl.. 

20  p.  c  

50c.  per  brl.. 
60c.      „  .. 

20  p.  c  

20  ,  


20  „ 


20  p. 

20  , 
20  ii 
20  , 
20  , 


10  p.  c. 
20  ii  . 
25   ii  . 


2  p. 
3.  , 
2  . 


15  p. 
5  . 


Total  Imports. 


Quantity. 


66,522 
10,643 
39 

373,544 
2,523,092 
16,946 

557,022 
8,416,580 


70,599 
27,219 
3,760,553 
1,117 
49,403 


2,800 
900 


1,413,056 


59,631 
2,101 


Value. 


Quantity. 


32,797 
20,917 
41 

163,554 
946,511 
16,160 
310,160 
6,370,314 
90.493 
2,410 
57,684 
63,376 
3,403 
156,009 
3,231 
186,971 

2,090 


8,426,121 


32,831 
1,744 
20,677 
10,414 
1,264 


54,842 
11,513 


133,285 


47,836 
3,530 
191,303 


26,022 
415 
150,528 


377,022 
78,842 
600,734 


176,965 


39,870 
7,187 
67,293 


114,350 


39,392 
2,996 


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Imported  into  Canada,  &c. — Continued. 


45 


EXTEKKD  FOR  HOME  COS'SCMPTION*. 


General  Tariff. 

Preferential  Tariff. 

Total. 

Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity . 

Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty 
Collected. 

S 

3,149 
21,508 
41 

162,677 
42,778 
n  km 

$  cts. 

944  70 
',642  44 
3  90 
27.925  81 
8,477  20 
959  10 

oO 

55 

8 

1  *K1 
Lou 

79 

S  cts. 

- .      1 ' 

5  50 

Dj  t  "i 

11,003 
M 

372,344 
84,837 
MM 
1,902 

104,782 

-8 

21^587 
41 

162,677 
42.S-I1 
11,583 
1,018 
61.915 
90,632 
2,410 
57,949 
63,401 
3  403 
146[001 
3  247 
183^480 

2,090 

-?  cts. 

972  50 
1,647  94 
3  90 
27,925  81 
8,481  54 
929  10 
190  22 

12.573  86 
18,126  40 

176  53 
6,829  51 
12,671  40 

558  75 
27,982  40 

649  40 

35.574  05 

418  00 

65 

53 

4  34 

l,018j            190  22 
61,915         12,573  86 
90,632j        18,126  40 

2  4101               176  53 

70,599 
27,319 
3,761,133 

1  117 
1,11/ 

46,638 

57,949 
63,269 
3,403 
146,001 
3,247 
166,649 

2,090 

6.829  51 
12,653  80 

558  75 
27,982  40 

649  40 
33,329  80 

418  00 

3,776 

132 

17  60 

m 

16,831 

2,244  25 

840,319 

153,411  82 

17,234 

2,299  49 

857,553 

155,711  31 

28.706 

5.741  20 

4,125 
1,581 
592 

122 

4,771 
1,102 

550  03 
210  83 
78  91 

16  27 

1,113  25 
146  98 

32,831 
1,817 
20,677 

1A  ill 

1,264 

54,819 
11,521 

6,291  23 
258  03 
4,095  91 
i  *rfy>  no 

i,  i  Uo  \rJ 

244  67 

18,630  05 
2,230  78 

236              47  20 
20.0851          4,017  00 
4,718!            943  60 
1,142             228  40 

50,048        17,516  80 
10,419          2,083  80 

51 

440 

2,800 
yuu 



115.354         30,578  00 

QQ    IRQ  <T£ 

40,614 

3.499 

4,061  40 
699  80 

291,158 

6,127 
31 
12,529 

408  50 
4  14 
2,088  41 

1,370,216 

46,741 
3,530 
186,605 

4,469  90 
703  94 
45,607  41 

174,076         43,519  00 

24,979 
367 
132,434 

6,244  75 
91  75 
46,351  90 

2,140 
163 

1,022 
48 
18,540 

170  38 
-  on 
4,326  37 

59,611 
2,101 

26,001 
415 
150,974 

6,415  13 
99  75 
50,678  27 

157,780 

52,688  40 

19,610 

4,504  75 

177,390 

57,193  15 

32,637 
3,439 
57,498 

8,159  25 
1,031  70 
14,374  50 

39,075 
701 
85,437 

3,462 
149 
7,904 

577  04 
29  80 
1,317  44 

342,522 
44,562 
582,302 

36,099 
3,588 
65,402 

8,736  29 
1.061  50 
15,691  94 

93,574 

23,565  45 

11,515 

1,924  28 

969,386 

105,089 

25,489  73 

39,111 
624 

5,866  65 
31  20 

281 
2,272 

28  10 
75  69 

I  

39,392 
2,896 

5,894  75 
106  89 

13 


19 
20 


24 


26 
27 


23 
29 
30 


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1-2  EDWARD  VII.,  A.  1902 

No.  13. — Summary  Statement  of  Foreign  Merchandise 


ARTICLES. 


DUTIABLE  GOODS — Con. 

Carriages  and  vehicles  : — 

Buggies  and  carriages   No. 

Cutters                                              ....  u 

Farm  wagons    « 

Freight  wagons,  drays  and  similar  vehicles. .  h 
Pleasure  carts  and  similar  vehicles,  N.E.S.  .  m 
Finished  parts  of  buggies,  carriages  and  sim- 
ilar vehicles,  N.E.S.,  including  parts  of  cut- 
ters, children's  carriages  and  sleds,  N.O.P.  $ 

Railway  passenger  cars,  1st  class   No. 

M          2nd  class             . .  m 

ii          tram  or  horse   n 

box  and  flat  cars   m 

cars,  parts  of   $ 

or  road  scrapers   No. 

Sleighs     ii 

Wheelbarrows,  trucks  and  hand -carts  i 

Bicycles  and  tricycles  

•i                   ii      parts  of    $ 

Children's  carriages  and  sleds   No. 

Total  carriages  and  vehicles   . 


Carpets,  N.E.S  Yds. 

Carpet  sweepers   No. 

Cash  registers    n 

Celluloid,  moulded  into  sizes  for  handles  of 
knives  and  forks,  not  bored  nor  otherwise 
manufactured,  also  Moulded  Celluloid  Balls 
and  Cylinders,  coated  with  tin-foil  or  not, 
but  not  finished  or  further  manufactured, 
and  celluloid  lamp  shade  blanks   $ 

Celluloid,  manufactures  of,  N.E.S   n 


Total  celluloid. 


Cement,  hydraulic  of  waterlime     Cwt. 

ii       portland  ,   m 

N.E.S   $ 

Manufactures  of  N.O.P  i 


Total  cement . 


Chalk  prepared. 


Chicory,  raw  or  green  Lbs. 

ii      kild-dned,  roasted  or  ground   n 

Total  chicory    

Church  vestments  of  any  material    n 


Cider,  clarified  or  refined    Gals. 

Cider,  not  clarified  or  refined  

Total  cider  


General 
Tariff  Rates 
of  Duty. 


35  p.c. 
35  „ 
25  .. 
25  „ 
35  „ 


35  p.c. 
30  „ 
30  .. 


12ic.  p.  100  lbs 
12lc  p.  100  lbs 
20  p.c  

20  ..  


20  p.c. 


3c.  per  lb. 
4    „  .... 


20  p.c. 


10c.  per  gal . 
5c.  ii 


Total  Imports. 


Quantity. 


943 
44 

858 
333 
40 


14 

87 
751 


2,401 
491 

7,254 
10,887 


4,222 


230,792 
1,636 
647 


17,784 
1,614,666 


6 

82,412 


82,418 


4,079 
448 

4,527 


Value. 


64,389 
1,431 
42,151 
18,839 
1,603 


31,919 
7,753 
15,850 
22,994 
276,997 
188,995 
18,045 
14,446 
42,338 
153,346 
212,787 
8,684 


1,122,567 


137,900 
3,996 
73,464 


22,481 


22,489 


6,865 
660,544 
4,870 
3,489 


675,768 


11,686 


1 

3,579 


3,580 


12,526 


2,815 
101 

2,916 


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47 


Entered  for  Home  Consumption. 


General  Tariff. 


Duty. 


$  cts. 


16,770  25 
500  85 

10,516  00 
4,709  75 
543  55 


Preferential  Tariff.  Total. 
Quantity.     Value.  Duty.         Quantity.  Value. 


025  90 
755  00 
898  20 
099  10 
272  40 
413  50 
611  50 
459  90 
445  38 
746  40 
012  45 


8 

6,259 


800 


5,871 


60 
168 
7,734 


8  cts. 
1,460  44 


186  67 


1,174  20 


12  00 
33  60 
1,546  80 
17  97 


911 
44 

857 
333 
39 


7 

14 

87 
751 


2,401 
491 
7,105 
11.220 


4,222 


54,174 
1,431 
42,064 
18,839 
1,553 


31.911 
6,753 
15.850 
22,994 
276,997 
186,779 
18,045 
14,446 
41,593 
158,319 
210,222 
8,684 


Duty 
Collected. 


8  cts. 


18,230  69 
500  85 

10,516  00 
4,709  75 
543  55 


11,075 
2."  125 
4,755 
6,898 
83,099 
55,446 
5,413 
3,611 
12,471 
47,478 
62,293 
3,030 


11,273 


II 

1,5081 
1,509! 
11,457! 


2.742 
101 

2,843 


327,668  98 


5,283  60 
1,198  80 
22,039  20 


0  80 
4,188  60 


20,969 


4,431  68 


1,110,654 


190,798 


4,189  40, 


1,988  52 
135,537  85 
621  20 
536  40 


138,683  97 


1,875 
528,136 


2,254  60! 


0  18 
1,232  15 


1,232  33 


2,291  40 


280 
53,473 


53,753 


402  82! 
22  40 


425  22 


50 


50 


118,848 


27,731  47 


1,337 


178  S3 


1,337 


178  33 


700 

209,901 
1,784 
807 


156  25 
44,011  81 
237  89 
107  61 


213,192 


44,513  56 


210,996 
1,636 
647 


133,944 
3,996 
73,464 


8 

22,280 


17,784 
1,612,432 


6,865 
654,595 
4,890 
3,489 


669.839 


356 


47  49 


11,629 


12 
2,115! 


5  60 
1,425  97; 


286 
84.277 


13 
3,623 


2,127 


234 


1,431  57 


84,563 


3,636! 


31  21 


3  33 


73 


3  33 


11,691 


4,079 
448 

4.527 


2,815 
101 

2,916 


332,100  66 


33,015  07 
1,198  80 
22,039  20 


0  80 
4,366  93 


4,367  73 


2,144  77 
179,549  66 
859  09 
644  01 


183,197  53 


2,302  09 


5  78 
2,658  12 


2,663  90 


2,322  61 


406  15  31 
22  40  32 


428  55 


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CUSTOMS  DEPARTMENT  i 

1-2  EDWARD  VII.,  A.  1902 

No.  13. — Summary  Statement  of  Foreign  Merchandise 


Articles. 


DUTIABLE  GOODS — Con. 


Clocks  

Clock  keys  and  clock  movements. 


Total  clocks . 


Clothes  wringers,  and  parts  thereof,  for  domes- 
tic use   No. 

Cloths,  not  rubbered  or  made  waterproof 
whether  of  wool,  cotton,  unions,  silk  or 
ramie,  sixty  inches  or  over  in  width  and 
weighing  not  more  than  seven  ounces  to 
the  square  yard  imported  exclusively  for 
the  manufacture  of  mackintosh  clothing.  Yds. 


Coal — bituminous  Tons. 

,     dust,  N.E.S   .. 


Total  coal. 


Cocoa  carpeting,  mats,  rugs  and  matting   $ 

Cocoa  nuts,  imported  from  place  of  growth  by 

vessel  direct  to  a  Canadian  port   No. 

Cocoa  nuts,  N.E.S   » 


Total  cocoa  nuts. 


Cocoa  nut,  desiccated,  sweetened  or  not   Lbs. 

Cocoa  past*>,  chocolate  paste,  cocos  and  cocoa 

butter,  N.O.P   „ 

Cocoa  shells  and  nibs,  chocolate  and  other  pre- 
parations of  cocoa,  N.E.S   n 


Total  cocoa. 


Coffee,  green,  N.E.S  Lbs. 

ii     extract  of,  N.E.S.,  or  substitutes  there- 
for of  all  kinds  ,   h 

ii     roasted  or  ground,  when  not  imported 
direct  from  the  country  of  growth  and 

production   n 

ii     roasted  or  ground,  and  imitations  of 

and  substitutes  for,  N.O.P   « 

ii     condensed  with  milk   n 


Total  coffee. 


Collars  of  cotton  or  linen,  xylonite,  xyolite  or 

celluloid   Doz. 

Combs  for  dress  and  toilet,  of  all  kinds   § 

Copper  and  manufactures  of — 
Nails,  tacks,  rivets  and  burrs  or  washers  ...  m 

Wire,  plain,  tinned  or  plated  Lbs. 

Wire  cloth,  &c   $ 

All  other  manufactures  of,  N.O.P   h 

Total  copper  


General 
Tariff  Rates 
of  Duty. 


25  p.c. 
25  h 


35  p.c. 


15  „ 


53c.  per  ton . . 
20  p.c.  not  over 
ISc.  per  ton. 


25  p.c  

50c.  per  100. , 


5c.  per  lb. 
4.  „  . 
20  p.c... 


10  p.c  

3c.  per  lb . 


2  ii  and  10  p.c. 


2c.  per  lb. 
30  pc...  . 


35  p.c. 
35    ii  . 


Total  Imports. 


Quantity . 


11,468 


228,656 


2,683,706 
413,985 


3,097,691 


2,050,867 
206,939 


2,257,806 


31,233 
734,561 
523,203 


1,257,764 


505,554 
87,667 

343,470 

98,812 
533 


1,036,036 


100,428 


555,847 


Value. 


204,871 
3,161 


208,032 


19,581 


50,486 


5,280,307 
275,886 


5,556,253 


2,323 

34,860 
5,709 


40.569 


4,136 
145,582 
129,619 


275,201 


58,217 
6,684 

67,095 

10,830 
143 


142,969 


87,527 
127,196 


6,086 
102,664 
988 
47,111 

156,849 


Quantity . 


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Imported  into  Canada,  &c. — Continued. 


Entered  fob  Home  Consumption. 

General  Tariff. 

Preferential  Tariff. 

Total. 

Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity . 

Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity . 

Value. 

Duty 
Collected. 

ft 

■ 

§1  cts. 

f 

§  cts. 

S 

i  %  cts. 

200,782 
l!o39 

50,195  56 
384  70 

4,903 
1,622 

817  24 

205,685 
3,161 

51,012  80 
655  04 

1 

270  34 

2 

202,321 

50,580  26 

6,525 

17087  58 

20$>4tj 

51.667  84 

19,461 

386 

6,811  35 
57  90 

11,408 
242,072 

19,461 
55,479 

6,811  35 
5,567  20 

3. 
4 

240,795 

55,093 

5,509  30 

4,891,195 

1,321,182  11 

23,595 

64,830 

8,337  53 

2,516,392 

4,956,025 

1,329,519  64 

5 

257,724 

38,977  97 

13,596 

17,835 

1,314  50 

414,432 

275,559 

40,292  47 

6 

5 1 48  91 9 

1,360,160  08 

37,191 

82,665 

9,652  03 

2,930,824 

5,231,584 

1  369  812  11 

530 

7,454 
5  729 

132  50 

1,730 
26,212 

288  35 

2,260 

33,666 
5,729 

420  85 

7 

2,247  58 
2,078  13 

1,532,999 

5,110  10 

1,982,513 
207,813 

7,357  68 
9  078  13 

8 
9 

13,183 

4,325  71 

1,532,999 

26,212 

5,110  10 

2,190,326 

39,395 

9,435  81 

3,267 

1,183  46 

9,729 

722 

324  24 

33,397 

3,989 

1,507  70 

10 

101,053 

17,636  68 

291,714 

44,508 

7,779  10 

732,631 

145,561 

25,415  78 

11 

80,332 

16,066  40 

265,319 

54,201 

7,226  84 

538.573 

134,533 

23,293  24 

12 

181,385 

33,703  OS 

557,033 

98,709 

15,005  94 

1,271.204 

28(5,094 

48,709  02 

57,292 

5,729  20 

1,221 

227 

15  12 

500,931 

57,519 

5,744  32 

13 

3,393 

2,252  48 

7,774 

2,133 

155  49 

82,857 

5,526 

2,407  97 

14 

69,353 

13,929  74 

536 

99 

13  75 

350,258 

69,452 

13,943  49 

15 

10,751 
13 

1,928  71 
3  90 

2.260 
466 

69 
127 

30  14 
25  40 

98,695 
531 

10,820 
140 

1,958  85 
29  30 

16 
17 

140,802 

23,844  03 

12,257 

2,655 

239  90 

1,033,272 

143.457 

24,083  93 

64,692 
75,487 

22,642  20 
26,420  45 

24,563 

23,082 
52,991 

5,385  95 
12,364  73 

100,691 

87,774 
128,478 

28,028  15 
38,785  18 

18 
19 

5,875 

1,762  50 

211 

42  20 

6,086 
102,664 
988 

1,804  70 
15,379  85 
209  09 
13,977  80 

20 
21 
22 

102,269 
533 

15,340  35 
133  25 

5,165 

395 
455 

39  50 
75  84 

555,847 

44,524 

13,357  20 

3,103 

620  60 

47,627 

23 

153,201 

30,593  30 

4,164 



778  14 

157,365 


31,371  44 

11— i— 4 


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No.  13. — Summary  Statement 


i 

1-2  EDWARD  VII.,  A.  1902 

of  Foreign  Merchandise 


Articles. 


DUTIABLE  GOODS— Con. 

Cordage,  cotton,  of  all  kinds  '   Lbs. 

M      N.E.S.  (see  twines)   ■■ 


Corks,  and  other  manufactures  of  cork-wood, 

or  cork-bark,  N.O.P   $ 

Corsets   ii 

Corset  clasps,  busks,  blanks  and  steels,  and 

corset  wires,  tipped  or  untipped   Lbs. 

Costumes  and  scenery,  theatrical   $ 

Cotton,  manufactures  of — 

Duck,  gray  or  white,  N.E.S  Yds. 

Embroideries,  white     $ 

Gray,  unbleached  cotton  fabrics     Yds. 

White  or  bleached  cotton  fabrics   n 

Fabrics,  printed,  dyed  or  coloured,  N.O.P. .  n 
Jeans,  coutilles  and  sateens,  imported  by  cor- 
set and  dress  stay-makers  for  use  in  their 

own  factories   n 

Handkerchiefs   8 

Batts,  batting  and  sheet  wadding,  not  bleach- 
ed, dyed  or  coloured     Lbs. 

Knitting  yarn,  hosiery  yarn  or  other  cotton 

yarn  not  bleached,  dyed  or  coloured  i 

Wadding,  batting,  bleached,  dyed  or  coloured  n 
Knitting  yarn,  hosiery  yarn,  &c,  dyed  or 

coloured     n 

Cotton  warps,  N.E.S   n 

War])  on  beams  Yds. 

Seamless  bags   Lbs. 

Sheets   $ 

Shirts  of  cotton   . .  Doz. 

Sewing  thread  on  spools   $ 

Sewing  cotton  thread  in  hanks,  3  and  6  cord  Lbs. 
Crochet  cotton  thread,  on  spools  or  tubes  or 

in  balls    $ 

All  other  cotton  thread,  N.E.S  [Lbs. 

Bed  quilts  of  cotton,  N.O.P   No. 

Clothing    $ 

Blouses  and  shirtwaists   m 

Damask,  &c,  of  cotton,  N.O.P   n 

Cotton  bags  made  up  by  the  use  of  the  needle, 

N.O.P   .. 

Hosiery,  N.E.S   u 

Lampwicks   n 

Shawls   ii 

Socks  and  stockings  Doz.  prs. 

Tape,  not  dyed  or  coloured   $ 

n     dyed  or  coloured. . ,  i 

Towels   .'   M 

Undershirts  and  drawers  

Uncoloured  cotton  fabrics,  bleached,  viz.  :— 
Scrims  and  window  scrims,  cambric  cloths, 
muslin  apron  ckecks,  brilliants,  cords, 
piques,  diapers,  lenos,  mosquito  nettings, 
Swiss,  jaconet  and  cambric  muslins,  and 

plain,  striped  or  checked  lawns  Yds. 

Velvets,  velveteens  and  plush  fabrics,  N.E.S  n 
Other  articles  made  by  the  seamstress  from 
cotton  fabrics,  N.O.P   $ 

Total  cottons  


General 
Tariff  Kates 
of  Duty. 


25  p.c. 
25    n  . 


85 


22£ 

25 

25 

25 

35 


36 


Total  Imports. 


Quantity . 


149,779 
689,912 


839,691 


8,593 


358,582 


10,130,268 
7,953,184 
30,799,539 


1,113,728 


139,536 

122,653 
43,621 

292,083 
30,792 
41,225 
59,971 


9,127 
613,870 


9,445 
89,478 


Value. 


16,157 
78,065 


94,222 


112,039 
100,133 

2,397 
6,012 


70,768 


1,469,140 
1,246,900 


64,380 
316,473 
473,204 
577,551 
2,952,858 


104,500 
200,597 

10,437 

27,270 
4,510 

64,945 
6,708 
1,625 
9,275 
3,203 
45,791 
262,054 
377,781 

15,585 
3,455 

72,407 
317,058 

15,649 
8,961 

30,591 
82,140  . 
8,411 
1,848 
92,892 
29,659 
25,489 
26,965 
7,704 


134,755 
296,909 

73,101 


6,746,74U 


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Imported  into  Canada,  &c. — Continued. 


51 


Entered  for  Home  Consumption. 


General  Tariff. 
Value.  Duty . 


Preferential  Tariff. 


Total. 


14.203 
50,459 


64,662 


103,799 
97,807 

2.258 
5,585 


60,933 
313.090 
140,946 
178,320 
649,730 


Quantity .  Value. 


Duty .        Quantity . 


8     cts.  j 

3,550  751 
12,614  75! 


10,097| 
269,307 


1,450 
27,924 


16,165  50      279,404  29,374 


20,759  80! 
34,232  45| 

790  30 
1,117  00 


227 


1,608 
2,507 

128 
327 


17,695 


93,498 

18,699 

60 

33,713 

11,799 

55 

10,010 

2,502 

50 

8,473 

2,118 

25 

4,464 

1,116 

00 

13,160 

3,290 

00 

4,131 

1,032 

75 

1,625 

406 

25 

8,571 

1,714 

•20 

1,770 

531 

00 

25,773 

9,020 

00 

129,886 

32,471 

50 

1,017 

152 

55 

11,702 

2,925 

50 

1,542 

385 

50 

9,748 

2,924 

4" 

106,896 

79,415 

12 

14,680 

5,138 

00 

1,971 

591 

30 

30,081 

10,528 

35 

57,695 

20,193 

15 

7,938 

1.984 

50 

223 

66 

90 

52,293 

18,302 

00 

4,914 

1,228 

50 

8,759 

3,065 

tio 

2,609 

782 

70 

6,368 

2,228 

So 

13,711  61 

78,272  50   1 

35,236  50!  6,814,034 
44.580  Oil  5,172.004 
227.405  51  23.753,824 


59,213 


5,302 

91,605 
220 

235,734 
13,536 


3,582 
2,833 
311,415 
408,123 
2,451,083 


11,002 
167,852 

427 

18,797 
46 

51,495 
2,577 


$  cts. 

241  70- 
4,654  09 


Value. 


Duty 
Collected. 


146.438 
691,113 


15,653 
78,383 


4,895  79 


214  48 

585  02 


29 

76  30 


3,268 

3*6ii 



612,482 


4,477 
77,608 


24,490 


17,692 

4,423 

00 

83.661 

25,0J8 

30 

52,960 

18,535 

SO 

2,270.842'       681,878  90 
ll-i-4£ 


1,184,903 
9,877  35 


704 
1,433 
20,021 
131,239 
376,764 

3,883 
1,913 
63,867 
88,030 
834 
6,990 

510 
24,666 
1,115 
1,703 
39,098 
24,635 
16,730 
24,746 
1,561 


115,894 
212,909 

20,557 


4,609,034 


837,551 


8,543 


359,112 


537  29 
472  15 
51,903  56  10,122,148 


94,036 


105,407 
100,314 

2,386 
5,912 


64,515 
315,923 
452,361 


68,022  24  8,081,549  586,443 
571,922  87  31,229,001  3,100.813 


1,466  99 
39,165  70 

71  17 

3,132  S6 
7  67 

8,582  56 
429  53 


1,113,728 


93  88 
286  60 
4,671  75 
21,873  48 
37,676  40 

647  20 
318  66 
12,773  40| 
20,541  09 
194  59 
1,398  00 

119  00 

5,755  28 
185  83 
340  60 
9,123  05 
4,106  12 
3,903  82 
4,949  20 
364  28 


19,316  14 
42,581  79 

4,796  82 


139,536 

122,653 
43,621 

291,952 
30,792 
41,225 
59,971 


9,128 
613^870 


9,445 
90,858 


941,731  57 


69,470 


1,463,193 
1,239,714 


104,500 
201,565 

10,437 

27.270 
4,510 

64,655 
6,708 
1,625 
9,275 
3,203 
45,794 
261,125 
377,781 

15,585 
3,455 

73,615 
314,926 

15.514 
8,961 

30,591 
82,361 
9,053 
1,926 
91,391 
29,549 
25,489 
27,355 
7,929 


133,586 
296,570 

73,517 


$  Cts. 

3,792  45 
17,268  84 


21,061  29 


20,974  28 

34,817  47 

820  18 

1,193  30 


14.248  90 
78,744  65 
87,140  06 
112602  24 
799,328  38 


20,166  59 
50,965  25 

2,573  67 

5,251  11 
1,123  67 


14 


11,872  56 
1,462  28 
406  25 
1,808  08 
817  60 
13,692  30|  22 
54,344  98  23 
37.S2.>  ;C>  24 

3,572  70 '  25 

704  16  26 

15,697  80  27 

99,956  21  28 

5.332  59  29 

1,989  30  30 


10.647 
25,948 
2,170 
407 
27.425 
5,334 
6,969 
5,731 
2,593 


32 
33 


50  34 

60  35 

62  36 

47  37 

90  38 

OS  39 


23,739  14 
67,680  09 

23,332  68 


6,879,876]     1,623,610  47 


M 

41 


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CUSTOMS  DEPARTMENT  i 

1-2  EDWARD  VII.,  A.  1902 

No.  13. — Summary  Statement  of  Foreign  Merchandise 


Articles. 


DUTIABLE  GOODS — Con. 

Crapes,  black   $ 

Cuffs  of  cotton,  linen,  xylonite,  xyolite  or  cel- 
luloid Pairs 

Curtains  and  shams  when  made  up,  trimmed 

or  untrimmed   $ 

Cyclometers,  and  pedometers   n 

Dressing,  harness,  leather  and  shoe   n 

Drugs,  dyes,  chemicals  and  medicines  : 
Acids — 

Acetic  and  pyroligneous,  N.E.S.,  not  ex- 
ceeding proof  strength   Galls. 

Acetic  and  pyroligneous,  in  excess  of  the 
strength  of  proof   ii 


General 
Tariff  Rates 
of  Duty. 


20  p.c. 

35  n 

35  >,  . 
25  ..  . 
25    1 1  . 


Acid,  acetic  and  pyroligneous,  crude,  of  any 

strength,  not  exceeding  30  p.c  

Acid  phosphate,  N.O.P  

Acids,  mixed,  N.E.S  

Muriatic  and  nitric  

Sulphuric  

Other,  N.E.S...  

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

Gelatine  and  isinglass  

Glue,  powdered  or  sheet..  

Glue,  liquid  

Glycerine,  N.E.S  

Glycerine,  imported  by  manufacturers  of  ex- 
plosives for  use  in  the  manufacture  thereof 
m  their  own  factories  ,  

Gums — 

Camphor  

Opium  (crude)  

Other,  N.E.S  

Liquorice,  paste     

Liquorice,  in  rolls  and  sticks    

Magnesia  

Milk  food,  and  other  similar  preparations. . . 

Morphine  

Opium,  powdered    

Proprietary  medicines,  in  liquid  form,  con- 
taining alcohol  

Proprietary  medicines,  not  otherwise  pro- 
vided for  

Potash  or  potassa,  bicarbonate  of   .  . 

Soda,  bicarbonate  of  

Sulphuric  ether,  chloroform  and  solutions  of 
peroxides  of  hydrogen.  

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

Yeast  cakes  

Yeast,  compressed,  in  packages  weighing  less 
than  50  lbs  

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

All  other  drucs,  dyes  and  chemicals,  not 
otherwise  provided  for  

Total  drugs  


Lbs. 


Lbs. 


Oz. 
Lbs. 


Lbs. 


15  cts.  per  gall 

15c.  per  gall.  & 
2c.  addtl.  for 
each  degree 
above  proof . 


25  p.  c. 
25  .,  . 
20  „  . 
20  n  . 
25  .1  . 
20    ..  . 


10  n 


20  ii   

$1  per  lb  . . . 

2u  p.  c  

20    m  ...... 

20  ,  

20  „   

30  ii   

20  m   

$1.35  per  lb. 


50  p.  c. 


25  i,  .. 

20  „  .. 

20  „  .. 

25  ii  .. 


35   

6c.  per  lb. 

6c.     ii  . 

8c  ii 

20  p.  c. . . . 


Total  Imports. 


Quantity. 


7,917 


883 


5,199 

3,300 
159,607 
82,036 
263,133 
449,328 
440,879 

377 
205,767 
1,920,991 


780,846 


967,568 

29,332 
85,513 
11,911 
1,250,792 
324,553 
74,181 


3,452 
162 


7,780 
4,370,841 

46,884 


241,710 
1,719 

3,389 

208,435 


Value. 


22,338 

1,373 

435,805 
168 
50,564 


239 


3,209 

1,051 

9,038 
4,811 
5,460 
5,325 
45,708 

146 
51,046 
168,489 
19,758 
93,194 


114.458 

14,852 
309,858 
2,531 
83,725 
28,378 
3,880 
48,355 
4,305 
468 

72,706 

306,011 
457 
64,846 

17,294 


8,588 
235 

831 

47,900 

563,999 

2,101,151 


Quantity. 


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53 


Entered  for  Home  Consumption. 


General  Tariff. 


Duty. 


$  cts. 

689  80 

183  40 

56,855  40 
42  00 
12,317  00 

16  05 


1,339  83 

235  25 
2,261  50 

782  60 
1,078  40 
1,309  25 
6,180  80 


Preferential  Tariff. 


Duty. 


Quantity.  Value. 


4,583 


2,509 


57 
2,265 
285 
543 
71,991 


29  20 

9,393  00  43,389 

35,739  00  233,305 
4,080  00 
3,313  20 


2,588  50 


1,636 
5,108 
506 
18,512 
5,607 
708 
12,774 
65 
125 

36,387 

59,184 

98 
8,065 

2,945 


706,327 


779,451 

13,727 
76,194 


4.21V, 
2,673 


3,587 
69 


2,977  80 
101  43 

203  34 

6,253  05 

73,997  80 

303,606  10 


812 
2,508,356 

6,233 


563 
23 


f 

18,989 
777 
274.506 


1,208 


209 


2,019 

110 
12 

792 
27 
35 
15,738 


13,610 
21,874 
3,179 
82,178 


88,573 

7,118 
285,418 


415 
341 
8,993 
4,273 
185 


65,750 
70 
24,205 

5,265 


150,133 
780,590 


Duty. 


Quantity .  Value 


$  cts 
2,531  99 
181  30 
64,052  84 


201  49 


77  60 


2,740  3^ 

18  34 

2  00 
105  60 

3  61 
5  84 

2,098  41 


2,268  53 
3,645  72 
529  84 
10,957  09 


5,905  26 

949  08 
50,796  08 


55  36 
45  48 
1,798  60 
569  73 
62  10 


10,958  78 
9  34 
3,227  37 

877  53 


14  94 
1  09 


20.018  24 
117,741  93 


7,303 


Duty 
Collected. 


883 


4,9311 

3,300 
159,667 
81,536 
262,827 
448,608 
447,566 

377 
196,632 
1,839,205 


832,855 


965,568 

30.390 
81,302 
11,911 
1,383,476 
324,861 
74,279 


3,702 
162 


9,430 
4,387,191 

43,813 


241.490 
1,719 

3,389 

208,435 


•3 

22,438 

1,301 

436,950 
168 
50,476 

239 


3,367 

1,051 
9,058 
4,705 
5,419 
5,272 
46,642 

146 
51,182 
164,830 
19,499 
98,744 


114,458 

15,301 
297,461 
2,531 
92,560 
28,451 
3,883 
51,574 
4,600 
468 

72,774 

302,489 
562 
64,534 

17,048 


8,572 
235 

§31 

47,900 

520,122 

2,056,508 


$  cts. 

3,221  79 

364  70 

120,908  24 
42  00 
12,518  49 

93  65 


4,080  20 

253  59 
2,263  50 

888  20 
1,082  01 
1,215  09 
8,279  21 

29  20 
11,661  53 
39,384  72 
4,609  84 
14,270  29 


8,493  76 


2,585 
55,904 
506 
18,512 
5,662 
753 
14.572 
635 
187 


36,387  00 

70,143  53 
107  74 
11,293  17 

3,823  28 


2,992  74  34 

102  52|  35 

203  34  36 

6,253  05  37 

94,016  04  38 
421,348  03; 


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1-2  EDWARD  VII.,  A.  1902 

No.  13. — Summary  Statement  of  Foreign  Merchandise 


Articles. 


DUTIABLE  GOODS — Con. 

Earthen  and  china  ware  : — (See  bricks  and  tiles. ) 

Baths,  tubs  and  washstands  of  earthenware, 
stone,  cement  or  clay,  or  of  other  material, 
N.O.P  

Brown  or  coloured  earthen  and  stoneware, 
and  Rockingham  ware  

Decorated,  printed  or  sponged,  and  all  earth- 
enware, N.E.S    

Demijohns,  churns  or  crocks  

White  granite  or  ironstone  ware,  C.  C.  or 
cream  coloured  ware  

China  and  porcelain  ware  

Earthenware  tiles  

Manufactures  of  earthenware,  N.E.S  


Total  earthenware. 


Doz. 


Elastic  round  or  flat,  including  garter  elastic. .  $ 
Electric  light  carbons  and  carbon  points,  of  all 

kinds,  N.E.S   _   ...    M. 

Electric  light  carbons  over  6  inches  in  circum- 
ference  No. 


Total  electric  carbons   

Electric  apparatus,  N.E.S.,  insulators  of  all 
kinds,  &c,  electric  and  galvanic  batteries. . . 
Electric   motors,   generators,   dynamos  and 
sockets    

Total  electric  apparatus  and  motors  . . . 


General 
Tariff  Rates 
of  Duty. 


30  p.  c. 

30    „  . 

30  „  . 
30    „  . 


3c.  per  doz. 
35  p.  c  


25  p.  c 

25    „  . 


Embroideries,  not  otherwise  provided  for  

Emery  wheels  and  manufactures  of  emery .... 

Express  parcels  

Fancy  goods,  viz.:— 

Alabaster,  spar,  amber,  terra  ootta,  or  com- 
position ornaments  

Bead  ornaments  and  statuettes,  N.E.S  

Boxes,  fancy,  ornamental  cases  and  writing 

desks,  &c.j  &c    

Braids,  bracelets,  cords,  fringes,  tassels,  &c. 
Cases  for    jewellery,    watches,  silverware, 

plated  ware  and  cutlery  

Fancy  manufactures  of  bone,  shell,  horn  and 

ivory,  N.E.S    

Fans  

Flowers,  artificial  

Feathers,  fancy,  undressed  

u       fancy,  N.E.S  

ti        ostrich  and  vulture,  dressed  

Ivory  or  bone  dice,  draughts,  chessman,  &c  . 
Laces,  lace  collars  and  similar  goods,  lace 
nets  and  nettings  of  cotton,  linen,  silk  or 

other  material  

Millinery  not  elsewhere  provided  for  


35  p.  c. 
25    „  . 


35  p.  c. 
35  . 

35  „  . 
35   ..  . 


Toys  and  dolls  of  all  kinds . 
All  other,  N.E.S  


Total  fancy  goods 


Total  Imports. 


Quantity. 


Value. 


Quantity. 


953,875 


11,352 
45,572 


35  ...... 

According 
material . 

35  p.  c  

35   


to 


22,585 

19,328 

274,764 
969 

226,916 
336,093 
33,664 
224,739 


1,139,058 


194,522 
79,540 


24,895 
6,989 


31,884 


602,312 
287,045 


889,357 


57.742 
22,805 
1,131,945 


3,570 
50,270 

73,310 
387,760 

6,063 

684 
8,699 
141,039 
9,760 
95,764 
113,398 
23 


797,497 

6,152 
230,369 
6,364 


1,930,722 


951,745 


11,334 
49,244 


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55 


Entered  for  Home  Coxscmptio.v. 


General  Tariff. 


Preferential  Tariff. 


Value. 


Duty.  Quantity 


8  cts. 

6,542  10 

2,854  20 

13,048  80 
152  40 

2,698  80 
72,422  TO 
10,630  90 
26,360  70 


134,710  60 


28,552  38 
5,486  32 


Value. 


Duty. 


8  cts. 


813 

162  60 

9,814 

1,962  80 

243,347 
464 

49,669  40 
92  80 

184,730 
89,598 
4,039 
132,899 

36,946  00 
17,919  60 
942  17 
26,579  80 

670,704 

134,275  17 

Duty. 


Quantity.l   Value.   I    Cou^d.  | 


64,047 


14,944  45 


951,745 


22,620 

19,328 

291,843 
972 

193,726 
331,007 
34,413; 
220,7681 


194,188 
79,722j 


8  cts. 

6,704  70 

4,817  00 

62,718  20 
245  20 


39,644  80l  5 

90.342  30  6 

11,573  07  7 

52,940  50  8 


1,114,677       268,985  77i 


28,552  38  9 
20,430  77,  10 


8,668  10 
1,073  55 


9,741  68 


145,133  00 
71,736  25 


216,869  25 


16,401  70 
5,547  50 
280,878  24 


2,994 
48,395 

1.047  90 
16,938  25 

63,014 
332,024 

22,054  90 
116,208  40 

5,656 

1,979  60 

436 
7,344 
93,579 
10,204 
56,116 
42,461 
23 

152  60 
2,570  40 
23,394  75 
•  2,040  80 
16,834  60 
12,738  30 
4  60 

425,989 

149,096  15 

5,920 
224,682 
5.757 

2,021  60 
78,638  70 
2,015  00 

,324,594 

447,736  55 

•24 


11,335 
49,244 


24,767 
7,157 


1 

3,634 


24 


605  71 


31.924 


584,166 
286,945 


,634 


605  71 


871,lll| 


9,717 
6151 
3,814| 


2,267  39! 
102  50j 
812  57 


576 
1,549 

134  41 
361  50 

10,518 
57,225 

2,454  19 
13,353  24 

356 

83  07 

248 
1,294 
47,909 

449 
40,111 
70,937 

57  20 
301  94 
7,984  89 
59  87 
8,022  20 
14,187  40 

373,230! 

295 
6,758! 
676| 


87,087  91 

66  09 
1,577  01 
157  77 


56,579i 
22.805 
1,131,945| 


3,570 
49,944 

73,532 
389,249 

6,012 

684 
8,638 
141,488 
10,653 
96,227 
113,398 
23 


799,219 

6,215 
231,440 
6,43? 


612,131; 


135,888  69    1,936,725 


8,668  34  11 
1,073  55  12 


9,741  89 


145,738  71  la 
71,736  25  14 


217,474  96 j 

18,669  091  15 
5,650  00!  16 
281,690  81|  17 


1,182  31  18 

17  299  75  19 

24,509  09  20 

129,561  64  21 

2,062  67  22 

209  80  23 

2.872  34  24 

31,379  64  25 

2,100  67  26 

24,856  80  27 

26,925  70  28 

4  60  29 


236,184 

06 

30 

2,087 

69 

31 

80,215 

71 

32 

2,172 

33 

583,625  24 


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No.  13. — Summary  Statement 


i 

1-2  EDWARD  VII.,  A.  1902 

of  Foreign  Merchandise 


Articles. 


DUTIABLE  GOODS — Con. 

Feathers,  bed  and  other,  undressed,  N .  O .  P . 

dressed,  N.O.P  

all  other,  N .  E .  S  


Total  feathers,  &c . 


Featherbone  in  coils   $ 

Fertilizers,  cdmpounded  or  manufactured.  ...  n 
Fibre,  Kartavert,  indurated  fibre,  vulcanized 
fibre  and  like  material  and  manufactures  of, 

N.E.S   m 

Fireworks,  firecrackers  and  torpedoes,  all  kinds  n 

Fish  :— 

Cod,  haddock,  ling  and  pollock,  fresh  im- 
ported otherwise  than  in  barrels  Lbs. 

Cod,  haddock,  ling  and  pollock,  dry  salted. .  n 
"  ii  wet  salted. .  n 

it  ii  smoked   it 

ii  ii  pickled  in 

barrels....  m 

Halibut,  fresh,  not  in  barrels   n 

Herrings,  fresh,  not  in  barrels   n 

ii        pickled  or  salted   n 

ii        smoked   u 

Mackerel,  fresh  i 

ii        pickled   ii 

Sea  fish,  other,  fresh,  not  in  barrels   n 

ii  pickled,  in  barrels   u 

ii  preserved,  N.E.S   n 

Oysters,  fresh,  in  shell  Brls. 

ii      shelled,  in  bulk  Galls 

ii  canned,  in  cans  not  over  one  pint.  .  Lbs. 
ii      canned,  over  one  pint  and  not  over 

one  quart   h 

ii      prepared  or  preserved,  N.E.S   ■■ 

Lobsters,  fresh  (not  alive)  Brls. 

ti       canned,  N.E.S  Lbs. 

Bait  fish,  fresh,  not  in  barrels   n 

ii       salted         ii    H 

Salmon,  fresh  n    n 

n       smoked     m 

ii       canned,    preserved   or  prepared, 

N.E.S   „ 

H       pickled  or  salted    n 

Fish,  smoked  and  boneless  fish,  N.E.S    n 

Anchovies  and  sardines,  packed  in  oil  or 
otherwise,  in  tin  boxes  measuring  not 
more  than  5  inches  long,  4  inches  wide  and 

o\  inches  deep  Boxes. 

Anchovies  and  sardines  in  \  boxes,  measur- 
ing not  more  than  5  inches  long,  4  inches 

wide  and  1§  inches  deep  \  boxes. 

Anchovies  and  sardines  in  \  boxes,  measur- 
ing not  more  than  4|  inches  long,  3J  inches 

wide,  1  \  inches  deep  \  boxes. 

Anchovies  and  sardines  imported  in  any 

other  form   $ 

Fish,  preserved  in  oil,  except  anchovies  and 
sardines   ....  n 


General 
Tariff  Rates 
of  Duty. 


20  p.  c. 
30  „  . 
30    „  . 


20  p. 

10  ii 


50c.  per  100  lbs. 

50c. 

50c. 

lc.  per  lb  


lc.  i, 
50c.  per  100  lbs 
50c.  per  100  lbs 
\c.  per  lb . . 

lc  

lc.       „     .  . 
lc.      „  . 
50c.  per  100  lbs 

lc.  per  lb  

25  p.  c  

25  „   

10c.  per  gall. . . 
3c.  per  can  

5c.  per  gall . . . 

25  p.  c  

25  „   

25  M 

50c.  per  100  lbs 
50c. 

^c.  per  lb.. . 
lc.      ,.    . . 


25  p.  c ... . 
lc.  per  lb. 
lc.      ,-  , 


5c.  per  box. . 

2£c.  „ 

2c.  n 

30  p.  c   

30  ,-   


Total  Imports. 


Quantity.     Value.  Quantity, 


861,556 
119,772 
6,136 
91,997 

4,204 
343,016 
32,141 
141,241 
250 
9,188 
13,863 
66,230 
169,691 
38,709 
5,103 
166,096 
73,436 

71,888 
326,075 
275 
262 
9,000 
4,000 
911,685 
4,121 

1,982 
20,385 
66,031 


215 
37,555 
1,231,085 


10,122 
4,268 
5,248 


19,638 


566 
74,208 


34,621 
18,446 


32,318 
4,604 
311 
5,573 

273 
16,810 
1,159 
7,538 
16 
667 
1,217 
4,337 
2,851 
2,831 
12,672 
183,686 
7,982 

8,626 
29,423 
1,862 
45 
306 
98 
31,917 
361 

213 
944 
5,024 


25 

6,354 

84,442 
4,429 
1,505 


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Entered  for  Home  Consumption. 


General  Tariff. 


Preferential  Tariff. 


Total. 


Duty .        Quantity.  Value. 


S  eta. 

2,209  60 
887  70 
1,074  90 


4,172  20 


113  20 
7,108  50 


8,581  75 
4,615  00 


4,307  87 
421  59 
23  05 
919  97 

42  04 
1,713  34 
160  71 
596  82 
2  50 
91  88 
127  64 
331  21 
31  31 
207  00 
3,261  50 
16,609  73 
2,185  02 

982  35 
7,518  50 
465  50 
15  50 


4,558  47 
41  21 

15  00 

203  85 
655  15 


10  75 
1,098  06 


82,771 

24,244 

2,283 

684 

90 

1,212 

363 

60 

1,524 


24,124 


4,003 


424 


524 
70,312 


958 
1,665 


2,623 


3,123 


294 


127 


Duty. 


1,551 


452 


33 


67 

3,149 
1,270 
182 


S  cts. 


Quantity. 


191  60 
333  00 


Value. 


11,048 
3,917 
5,248 


524  60 


20,213 


208  15 
49  02 


5  08 


566 
74,208 


34,621 
18,460 


80  44 


75  37 


2  83 


861,556 
84,308 
6,136 
91,997 

4,204 
342,666 
32,141 
143,485! 
250 
9,188' 
12,764 
66,230 
3,131! 
23,637 
5,403! 
166,096 
72,834 

64,647 
340,542 
275 
362 


32,318 
3,353 
311 
5,573 

273 
16,796 
1,159 
7,687 
16 
667 
1,091 
4,337 
148 
1,280 
13,046 
183,686 
7,926 

8,083 
30,074 
1,862 
62 


Duty 
Collected. 


8  74 

937  50 
254  00  . . 
36  40  . . 


911,685 
4,121 

712 

20,385 
65,939 


215 
44,446 
1,282,554 


31,917 
361 

60 
944 
5,009 


25 
6,809 


S  cte. 

2,209  60; 
1,079  30 
1,407  90 


4,696  80 


113  20 
7,316  65 


8,630  77 
4,615  00 


4,307  87 
421  59 
28  13 
919  97 


42 
1,713 
160 
677 
2 
91 
127 
331 
31 
282 
3.261 
16,609 
2,185 


9 
10 
11 


04  12 
34  13 


14 
15 
16 
17 
18 
19 
20 
37  21 


22 
23 
24 


982  35  25 
7,518  50  26 
465  50  27 
15  50  28 
29 
30 

a 
sa 


4,558  47 
41  21 


15  00  33 
203  85  34 
657  98  35 


10  75  36 
1,106  80  37 


85,920 

25,182 

34 

38 

3,553 

938 

90 

39 

1,394 

400 

00 

40 

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No.  13. — Summary  Statement 


i 

1-2  EDWARD  VII.,  A.  1902 

of  Foreign  Merchandise 


Articles. 


DUTIABLE  GOODS — Con. 

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

fresh  ,  

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

pickled  

Fish,  fresh  or  dried,  N.E.S.,  imported  in 

barrels  or  half  barrels    

Fish,  all  other,  pickled  or  salted,  in  barrels 

Fish,  prepared  or  preserved,  N.E.S  

Fish  oil— Cod,  N.E.S  

Fish  oil — Cod  liver  

Whale  or  spermaceti,  N.E.S  

Other,  N.E.S...  

Packages  containing  oysters  or  other  fish, 

N.O.P..  

Other  articles,  the  produce  of  the  fisheries, 

not  specially  provided  for  

Total  fish  


Lbs. 


Galls. 


Flax,  hemp  and  jute,  manufactures  of,  viz.: — 

Bags  or  sacks  of  hemp,  linen  or  jute  

Carpeting,  rugs,  matting  and  mats  of  hemp 

or  jute     .... 

Carpet  lining  and  stair  pads  

Sail  twine  of  flax  or  hemp,  to  be  used  for 

boats'  and  ships'  sails  

Damask  of  linen,  stair  linen,  diaper,  napkins, 

doylies,  tray  cloths,  quilts,  and  like  articles 

of  linen,  N.O.P  

Handkerchiefs  

Horse  clothing,  shaped  or  otherwise  manu- 
factured    

Towels  

Sheets  and  sheeting  

Linens,  brown  or  bleached  

Linen,  duck,  canvas,  huckabacks  or  other 

manufactures  of  flax,  N.E.S  

Linen  clothing     

n     blouses  and  shirt  waists  

ii  thread  

Shirts  of  linen  

Yarn,  singles,  flax,  hemp  and  jute,  N.E.S. . . 

Tapestry,  jute  

Jute  cloth,   not    otherwise    finished  than 

bleached  or  calendered  

Other  articles  made  by  seamstress  from  linen 

fabrics,  N.O.P  

Other  manufactures  of  hemp  or  jute,  N.E.S., 

or  of  flax,  hemp  and  jute  combined  


Total,  flax,  hemp  and  jute. 
Foundry  facings,  all  kinds  


Lbs. 


Yds. 


Lbs. 
Doz. 
Lbs. 


Yds. 


50c.  per  100  lbs 
50c.  per  100  lbs 


Fruits,  including  nuts,  viz.  : — 

Dried — Apples   Lbs. 

Currants . .  .   n 

Dates     it 

Figs   h 

Prunes    „ 

Raisins   n 


General 
Tariff  Rates 
of  Duty. 


lc.  per  lb  

lc  

25  p.  c  

20  „   

20  „   

20   

20  „   


20  p.  c. 

25  ,i  . 
25    M  . 


25  p.  c. . . . 
lc.  per  lb. 
25  p.  c. . . 

25  p.  c  

lc.  per  lb., 
lc.      m  . 


Total  Imports. 


Quantity. 


50,196 

19,584 

164,202 
17,397 
453,378 
3,827 
25,528 
2,533 
10,388 


25,672 


9,225 
748,377 


334,274 
777 
5,637 


832,693 


97,930 
3,121,722 
1.634,190 
2,705,430 
4,616,342 
13,131,663 


Value. 


2,583 
690 

4,874 
531 
44,140 

1,478 
13,281 

1,625 

3,462 

11,507 
8,516 


553,106 


63,557 

108,996 
874 

5,207 


451,036 
160,716 

6,986 
133,528 
850 
62,588 

510,514 
15,597 
35 

151,620 
7,039 
594 
940 

45,860 

9,912 

160,423 


1,896,872 


10,155 


7,158 
219,072 
30,285 
90,094 
149,991 
753,798 


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General  Tariff. 


Preferential  Tariff. 


Total. 


Value. 


Duty. 


S  cts. 

251  00 

97  94 

36  02 
173  97 

7,080  75 
295  60 

2,706  40 
325  00 
692  40 

2,654  00 

1,688  20 


Quantity . 


1.375 
179,126 


87,8891  14 


Value. 


55 
16,833 


15 


116 
144 


Duty. 


$  cts. 


9  17 

2,805  50 


2  00 


19  34 
19  19 


Quantity.!   Value.   I    0SSe±  L| 


50,196 
19,584 

3,602 
18,772 
465,711 

3,827 
24,650 

2533 
10,388 


23,994 


4,255  56 


2,583 

690 

215 
586 
45,156 
1,478 
13.547 
1,625 
3,462 

10.732 

8,585 


544,399 


•S  cts. 

251  00 

97  94 

36  02 
183  14 

9,886  25 
295  60 

2, 70S  40 
325  00 
692  40 

2,673  34 

1,707  39 


92,147  70 


1 

2 

3 
4 
5 
6 
7 
8 
9 

10 

11 


11,080 

2,216 

OC 

18,418 

4,604 

5C 

200 

50 

Of 

351 

17 

56 

212,973: 


9,274 


5,547 
290,279 

31.285! 

88,310 
144,941; 
693,005 


23,595 


19,573  80 
8,625  05 

2,072  40 
3,528  60 
30  30 
1,128  25 

7,306  25 
1,557  85 

12  25 
1,559  00 
1,248  10 
128  50 

37  50 

446  90 
2,392  60 
3,567  25 


7,360 
753,667 


47,566 

92.625 
674 

4,856 


389,673 
136,293 


121,849 
749 
62,292 

487,199 
11,608 


325,858 
352 
467 


761,573 


60,102  65 


2,318  50! 


147,439 
3,223 
80 
790 

41,821 

3,002 

145,384 


1,697,201 


881 


1,386  75 
36,864  16 

7,821  25 
22,077  50i 
42,067  85j 
120,452  39j 


20 
1,488 


3 
201 


6,342  23 

15,437  83 
112  34 

161  88 


77.934  59 
31,802  18 

15  60 
24,369  84 
149  80 
10,382  07 

81,201  04 
2,708  59 


24,573  62 
752  04 
13  34 
131  68 

2,788  33 

700  56 

24,231  15 


25,672 


0.225 
779,928 


338,122 
742 
5,637 


842,202 


58,646 

111,043 
874 

5,207 


454.919 
160,936 

6,986 
133,611 
850 
66,805 

516,424 
16,059 
35 

153,675 
6,789 
594 
940 

46,290 

9,838 

159,653! 


303,808  71 


146  84 


10,155 


0  14 

'33'50 


76,480 
8,686,436 
1,673,083 
2,778,075 
4,171,842 
12,045,239 


5,547 
22l'.2*2 
31,285 
88,511 
144,941 
693,005 


8,558  23  12 

20,042  33  13 

162  34  14 

179  43  15 


97,508 
40,427 

2,088 
27.>08 
180 
11,510 

88,507 
4.266 
12 
26,132 
2,000 
141 
169 


30  16 
23  17 


18 
19 
20 
21 

22 
23 
24 
25 


14  26 
84  27 


18 

3,235  23 
3,093 
7,798 


28 
29 
16  30 
40  31 


1,910,1741       363,911  36 

 1  

34  32 


2,465 


1,386  75  33 

36,864  30  34 

7,821  25  35 

22,111  00  36 

42,067  85;  37 

120,452  39  38 


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1-2  EDWARD  VII.,  A.  1902 

No.  13. — Summary  Statement  of  Foreign  Merchandise 


Articles. 


DUTIABLE  GOODS— Con. 

Fruits,  including  nuts — 

Allother,  N.E.S  Lbs. 

Almonds,  shelled   n 

ii        not  shelled   ...  » 

Brazil  nuts,  not  shelled   n 

•  Pecans,  not  shelled,  and  shelled  peanuts, 

N.E.S  i 

Walnuts,  not  shelled     n 

All  other  nuts,  N.O.P  

1 1  shelled     m 

i  Green — Apples   Brls. 

Blackberries,  gooseberries,  raspberries  and 

strawberries,  N.E.S   Lbs. 

Cherries   . .  n 

Cranberries  \  Bush . 

Currants       Lbs. 

Grapes   ii 

Oranges,  lemons  and  limes,  in  boxes  of  ca- 
pacity not  exceeding  2\  cub.  ft  Boxes. 

Oranges,  lemons  and  limes,  in  \  boxes  of 

capacity  not  exceeding  \\  cub.  ft. .  .    .  \  h 
Oranges,  lemons  and  limes,  ^  b-   f  , 

N.EaSS.0r  °ther  packageS'J  holding  capacity. 

Oranges,  lemons  and  limes,  in  bulk   .  No. 

Oranges,  lemons  and  limes,  in  brls.  not  ex- 
ceeding the  capacity  of  flour  brls   Brls. 

v  Peaches,  N.O.P   ....  Lbs. 

Plums   Bush. 

Quinces     h 

Allother,  N.E.S   $ 

Fruits  in  air-tight  cans  or  other  packages. . . .  Lbs. 
Fruits  preserved  in  brandy  or  preserved  in 

other  spirits  Galls. 

Total  fruits,  dry,  green  and  preserved. . . 

Furniture,  house,  office,  cabinet  or  store,  furni- 
ture of  wood,  iron  or  other  material,  in  parts 
or  finished   % 

Furs  and  manufactures  of,  viz.  : — 
Fur,  skins  wholly  or  partially  dressed,  N.  E.S.  n 
Caps,  hats,  muffs,  tippets,  capes,  coats,  cloaks 
and  other  manufactures  of  fur,  N.O.P   » 

Total  fur  and  manufactures  of  


3c.     ii  ... 

3c.     ii  ... 

2c.     ,.  ... 

5c.     „  ... 

40c.  per  brl. 

2c .  per  lb . . . 
2c.      ,.    .  . 

25  p.  c  

2c.  per  lb. . . 
2c.      ,.  ... 


Glass  and  manufactures  of : — 

Bulbs  for  electric  lights    Doz. 

Glass  carboys  or  demijohns,  empty  or  filled, 
bottles,  decanters,  flasks  and  phials   $ 

Glass  jars  and  glass  balls,  and  cut,  pressed  or 
moulded  crystal  or  glass  tableware,  deco- 
rated or  not       h 

Lamp  chimneys,  glass  shades  or  globes,  and 
blown  glass  tableware   ,, 

Ornamental,  figured  and  enamelled  coloured 
glass  and  memorial  or  other  ornamental 
window  glass,  N.O.P   u 

Painted  or  vitrified,  chipped,  figured,  enam- 
elled or  obscured  white  glass  Sq.  ft. 


General 
Tariff  Rates 
of  Duty. 


25  p.  c... 
5c.  per  lb. 
3c.  ii  . 
3c.     i.  . 


25c.  per  box. . . 

13c   

10c.  per  cub. 
foot  holding 
capacity . . 

$1.50  per  1,000 

55c.  per  brl. . . 

lc.  per  lb  

25  p.  c  

25  ,i   

20  u   

2 \c.  per  lb  

$2.00  per  gall. 


30  p.  c. 

15  ..  . 
30    ,i  . 


10  p.  c. 
30 

30 
30 


Total  Imports. 


Quantity. 


1,997,457 
269,296 
429,995 
57,441 

512,053 
1,030,813 
4,112,121 

231,337 
26,357 

1,079,652 
105,607 
13,570 
915 
1,001,536 

432,112 

40,839 


170,734 
16,476 

18,066 
2,094,557 
36,712 
1,383 


1,917,815 
829 


204,658 


Value. 


117,850 
72,856 
47,689 
5,399 

30,392 
88,054 
133,874 
33,539 
74,922 

80,366 
9,547 
26,199 
49 
59,915 

919,809 

52,127 


126,486 
121 

46,820 
52,043 
36,465 
335 
61,593 
110,629 

Li 


3,439,465 


444,206 


889,224 
97,914 


987,138 


95,226 


29,759 
266,293 

226,715 
142,624 

12,739 
5,197 


Quantity. 


.  v 


j  TRADE  AND  NAVIGATION 

SESSIONAL  PAPtR  No.  11 

Imported  into  Canada,  &c. — Continued. 


61 


Entered  for  Home  Consumption. 


General  Tariff. 


724.892 
26,435 


29,759 
251,1380 

217,457 
141,578 

6,352; 
3,731 


Duty. 


S  cts. 

28,475  50 
9,507  38 
9,578  73 
1,881  70 

15,598  74 
20,266  15 
64,278  52 
6,314  96 
10,424  65 

21,585  48 
2,105  94 
6,549  75 
18  30 

19,563  11 

86,676  01 
2,575  56 


16,427  71 
24  71 

2,187  90 
20,931  57 

9,072  75 
83  75 
12,179  00 
27.235  71 

1,005  50 


Preferential  Tariff. 


Quantity.  Value. 


665 


199 


622 
773 


1,626 
75 

58 


Duty. 


Total. 


Quantity.  Value. 


Dutv 
Collected. 


195 


108 
74 


1,851 
62 

37 


14,043  31,124 


425,936 
2 


405 
21,814 


625,218  98| 


55,890 


127,797  90 


102,229  35 
16,600  00 


736,529        118,729  35 


2,975  90 
75,504  00 

65,237  10 
42,473  40 

1,905  60 
1,119  30 


25,642 


17,660 


185,982 
42,880 


228,862 


13,413 

7,063 
2,733 

6,387 
1,466 


  1,937,364 

22  18:  279,116 

  454,146 

  66,154 


3  98 


520,157 
947,233 
8  29  3,214,547 
25  77  244,721 
26,063 


1,079,274 
105,297 
13,570 
915 
978,199 


271  02  348,330 


6  49 
3  87 
5,149  11 


19,887 


164,332 
16,476 


18,021 
2,093,157 

 I  36,465 

  1,383 

54  01   

6,389  09  1,636,399 


2  67 


504 


11,970  12 


_113,»02* 
75,936 
49,520 
6,048 

30.323 
79,533 
139,262 
34,827 
74,191 

80,310 
9,517 
26,199 
49 
59,165 

726,743 

26,547 


121,907 
121 

46,685 
52,001 
36,291 
335 
61,300 
95,990 

1,384 


3,532  00 


18,598  20, 
8,575  92 


27,174  12 


2,682  60 

1,412  60 
546  60 

1,277  40 
293  20 


204,658 


95,226 


443,653 


867,511 

97,880 


29,759 
265,093 

224,520 
144,311 

12,739 
5,197 


cts. 


28,475  50  1 

9,529  56  2 

9,578  73  3 

1,881  70  4 


15,602  72  5 

20,266  15  6 

64,286  81  7 

6,340  73  8 

10,424  65  9 


21,585  48  10 

2,105  94  11 

6,549  75  12 

18  30  13 

19,563  11  14 

86,947  03  15 

2,582  05  16 


16,431  58  17 

24  71!  18 


7,337  01 
20,931  57 

9,072  75 
83  75 
12,233  01 


33,624  80  24 
1,008  17  25 


3,131,657        637,189  10 


131,329  90  26- 

120.827  55  2 
25,075  92 


965,391        145,903  47 


2,975  90  29 
78,186  60!  30 

66,649  70  31 
43,020  Oo|  32 

3,183  00  33 
1,412  50'  34 


62 


CUSTOMS  DEPARTMENT  .  i 

1-2  EDWARD  VII.,  A.  1902 

No.  13. — Summary  Statement  of  Foreign  Merchandise 


Articles 


DUTIABLE   GOODS — Con. 

Glass  and  manufactures  of — 
Common  and  colourless  window  glass,  and 
plain  coloured,  opaque,  stained,  or  tinted 

or  muffled  glass  in  sheets    sq. 

Plate  glass,  not  bevelled,  in  sheets  or  panes, 

not  exceeding  25  sq.  ft.  each,  N.O.P  

N.E.S  

bevelled,  N.O.P. 

ii  n         rough  rolled  

German  looking  glass  (thin  plate),  unsilvered 

or  for  silvering    < 

Silvered  glass,  bevelled  or  not,  framed  or  not 

framed  

Stained  glass  windows .......   

All  other  glass  and  manufactures  of  glass, 
not  otherwise  provided  for,  including  bent 
plate  or  other  sheet  glass  . .   

Total  glass  and  manufactures  of  


Gloves  and  mitts  of  all  kinds   $ 

Gold  and  silver,  manufactures  of  : — 
Gold,  silver  and  aluminum  leaf,  Dutch  or 

Schlag  metal  leaf    n 

Manufactures  of  gold,  N.E.S   n 

Electro-plated  ware  and  gilt  ware  of  all  kinds, 

N.E.S  

Sterling  or  other  silverware   n 

Total  gold  and  silver,  and  manuf.  of . . . 

Grease,  axle   Lbs. 

Gunpowder  and  other  explosives  : — 

Gun,  rifle  and  sporting  powder  

Cannon  and  musket  powder  

Blasting  and  mining  powder  

Giant  powder,  nitro  and  other  explosives  . . . 

Nitro-glycerine  

Gun,  rifle  and  pistol  cartridges  or  other  am- 
munitions, N.O.P  .   $ 

Gun  wads,  percussion  caps,  primers  and  car- 
tridge cases   ii 

Gun  or  pistol  covers  or  cases,  game  bags, 
loading  tools  and  cartridge  belt3  of  any 
material   h 


Total  gunpowder  and  explosives. 


Gutta  percha  and  India-rubber,  manufactures 
of  :— 

Boots  and  shoes     $ 

Belting   ii 

Clothing,  and  clothing  made  waterproof  with 

India-rubber   n 

Hose,  including  cotton  or  linen,  lined  with 

rubber   ii 

Packing,  mats  and  matting     n 

Sheeting      n 

All  others,  not  otherwise  provided  for   n 

Total  gutta  percha  and  manufactures  of, 


General 
Tariff  Rates 
of  Duty. 


20  p.c. 

25  „ 

35  „ 

35  „ 

30  ii 

20  i, 

35  ii 

3C  ii 


20 


35  p.c. 


25 


p.c.  . 
per  lb. 


30  p.c. 


30 


30 


25  p.c. 
25    ii  . 

35    „  . 


Total  Imports. 


Quantity . 


16,558,814 

304,492 
366,127 
46,665 
205,994 


771,247 


86,289 
5,744 

51,000 
513,676 
2,750 


Value. 


468,319 

71,942 
106,290 
15,772 
11,410 

59,628 

53,727 
2,064 


112,443 


1,584,922 


702,747 


46,901 
8,145 

216,738 
90,010 


361,794 


30,922 


25,000 
2,307 
4,036 

79,049 
369 

139,033 

33,414 


4,422 


287,630 


70,966 
37,415 

170,000 

55,054 
41,623 
420 
235,794 


611,272 


j  TRADE  AND  NAVIGATION 

SESSIONAL  PAPER  No.  11 

Imported  into  Canada,  &c. — Continued. 


63 


Entered  for  Home  Consumption. 


General  Tariff. 


Value. 


Duty. 


306,215( 

37,31l! 
39,806| 

4,045! 

3,624j 

59,6281 

43,517! 
2,249; 


8  cts. 


61,243  00 

9,327  75 
13,932  10 
1,415  75 
1,087  20 

11,925  60|.. 

15,230  95 
674  70 


19,068  80 


Preferential  Tariff. 


Duty. 


Quantity .  Value. 


5,004,286 

137,021 
221,354 
35,844 
116,877 


95,344 

1,242,296  .       323,121  15 
585,925        205,073  75 


45,609 
7,623 

185,226! 
64,8171 

303,275 

29,566; 


11,402 

2,286 

55,567 
19,445 


88,702  05 


7,391  50 


17,373 
2,307 
1,422 

64,251 
369 

90,693 

18,819 

4,243 
199,477 


69,989 
37,204 

54,526 

53,643 
39,827! 

264, 
208,678: 

464,131i 


2,069 
172 
581 
12,304 
82 

27,207 

5,645 


1,272  90 


49,336  78 


17,497  25 
9,301  00 

19,084  10 

18,775  07 
13,939  45 
66  00 
52,169  50 

13'i>32  37 


8,030 


17,308 


11,9-50 
36,060 


Duty.       ;  Quantity .  Value. 


153,515 

35,742 
67,024 
11,727 
7,768 


9,385 
17,100 


5  cts. 


20,469  19 

5,957  44 
15,638  99 
2,736  30 
1,553  60 


2,189  84 
2,280  30 


333,323! 


16,181,758 

309,399 
367,437 
46,665 
205,894 


Duty 
"Collected. 


57,038  06  ... . 


459,730 

73.053 
106,830 
15,772 
11,392 

59,628 

52,902 
2,249 


112,444 

1,575,619 


116,653 


552 
589 

33,449 
21,781 


56,371 


406 


7,627 


1,464 
3,234 


52,375 
14,184 

179 


79,063 


519 
310 

116,595 

766 
932 
156 
20,4821 

145,760; 


27,219  83! 


92  01 
117  80 

6,689  80 
4,356  20 


11.255  81 


67  68 


346  15 


159  34 
721  20 


10,475  00 
2,836  80 

35  80 


14,574  29 


86  50 
51  68 

27,205  67 

178  74 
217  48 
26  00 
4,414  00 


772,158 


86,289 
5,744 

41,000 
446,226 
2,750 


46,161 
8,212 

218,675 
86,598 


359,646; 


29.9721 


25,000 
2,307 
2,886 

67,485 
369 

143,068 

33,003 

4,422 


278,540 


32,180  07 


t  cts. 


81,712  19 

15,285  19 
29,571  09 
4,152  05 
2,610  80 

11,925  60 

17,420  79 
674  .70 


21,349  10 


380,159  21 


702,578       232,293  58 


10 


11,494 
2,404 

62,257 
23,801 


26  11 

70  12 

60  13 

30  14 


99,957 


7,459 


S6 

1?  15 


2,415  63  16 
172 
740 
13,026 

82 


37,682 
8,482 


1,308  70 


63,911  07 


21 

22 

23 


70,508! 

17,583  75 

2i 

37,514 

9,352  68 

25 

171,121 

46,289  77 

26 

54,409 

18,953  81 

27 

40,759 

14,156  93 

2S 

420 

92  00 

29 

235,1601 

56,583  50 

30 

609,891! 

1 

163,012  44 

64  , 


CUSTOMS  DEPARTMENT  i 

1-2  EDWARD  VII.,  A.  1902 

No.  13 — Summary  Statement  of  Foreign  Merchandise 


Articles  . 


DUTIABLE  GOODS — Con. 

Hair  and  manufactures  of,  N.O.P. : — 

Braids,  chains  or  cords   $ 

Curled  or  dyed    Lbs. 

Hair  cloth  of  all  kinds  ...    $ 

Other  manufactures  of,  N.E.S   n 


General 
Tariff  Rates 
of  Duty. 


Total  hair  and  manufactures  of 


Hats,  caps  and  bonnets,  N.E.S. : — 

Beaver,  silk  or  felt     $ 

Straw,  grass,  chip  or  other  material,  N.E.S  .  h 

Hat,  cap  and  bonnet  shapes   n 


Total  hats,  caps,  &c 


Hay. 


   .....Tons. 

Honey  in  the  comb  or  otherwise,  and  imitations 

thereof    Lbs. 

Hops     ii 


Ink,  writing 
Printing. . . 


Total  inks 


Iron  and  manufactures  of,  steel  and  manufac- 
tures of,  or  both  combined  

Agricultural  implements,  N.E.S.,  viz. — 
Binding  attachments,  including  parts  of 

agricultural  implements  at  20  p.c   No. 

Cultivators   n 

Drills,  grain  seed   h 

Farm,  road  or  field  rollers   u 

Forks,  pronged    i 

Harrows   n 

Harvesters,  self-binding  and  without  bind- 
ers    it 

Hay  tedders  ...   m 

Hoes  i  i 

Horse  rakes    » 

Knives,  hay  or  straw  ,   h 

edging   n 

Lawn  mowers   n 

Manure  spreaders   n 

Mowing  machines    >  . .  n 

Ploughs     n 

Post  hole  diggers   m 

Potato  diggers   n 

Rakes,  N.  E.S    n 

Reapers     u 

Scythes  and  snaths,  sickles  or  reaping  hooks  Doz. 
Spades  and  shovels,  and  spade  and  shovel 
blanks,  and  iron  or  steel  cut  to  shape  for 

the  same   n 

Weeders  ...    No. 

All  other  agricultural  implements,  N.E.S.  $ 

Anvils  and  vises  »   u 

Cart  or  waggon  skeins  or  boxes   Lbs. 

Springs,  axles,  axle  bars,  N.E.S.,  and  axle 
blanks  and  parts  thereof,  of  iron  or  steel, 
for  railway  or  tramway  or  other  vehicles . .  Cwt. 


p.c. 


p.c. 


per  ton. 
per  lb . . 


20  p.  c. 
20  . 


20  p.  c. 

20  ii  . 

20  „  . 

25  „  . 

25  i,  . 

20  i,  . 

20  ii  . 

25  n  . 

25  -,  . 

20  ,i  . 

25  „ 

25  n  . 

35  „  . 

20  ii  . 

20  ,.  . 

20  ii  . 

25  „ 

25  „  . 

25  ,-  . 

20  „  . 

25  ,,  . 


36 


Total  Imports. 


Quantity 


61,984 


6,519 

129,768 
794,770 


\  alue. 


256 
11,091 
5,336 
5,566 


22,249 


1,074,418 
546,694 
37,007 


1,658,119 


116,228 

10,953 
149,728 


1,939 
1,499 
83 
7,178 
3,890 

7.920 
366 
26,337 
5,311 
438 
13 
1.030 
157 
12,899 
10,250 
212 
41 
7,797 
1,028 
3,181 


3,998 
388 


94,822 
32,693 


44,309 
88,909 


133,218 


33,222 
16,038 
31,092 
2,049 
4,584 
59,612 

831,204 
8,839 
3,013 
104,146 
174 
107 
5,429 
5,101 
422,322 
149,625 
197 
1,297 
1,585 
55,486 
10,165 


20,838 
457 
132,178 
16,325 
3,705 


63,728 


i  TRADE  AND  NAVIGATION  65- 

SbSSIONAL  PAPER  No.  11 


Imported  into  Canada,  &c. — Continued. 


Entered  tor  Home  Consumption. 

a 
s 

s 
% 

General  Tariff. 

Preferential  Tariff 

Duty. 

Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity.  Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity . 

Value. 

Duty 
Collected. 

$ 

175 
10,353 
703 
3,887 

15,118 

cts. 

61  25 
2,070  60 
210  90 
1,360  45 

8 

81 
738 
4,630 
720 

8  cts. 

18  90 
98  41 
926  00 
168  03 

'  61,984 

8 

256 
11  091 
5' 333 
4,607 

8  cts. 

80  15 
2  169  01 
l]l36  90 
1,528  48 

1 
2 
3 
4 

5 
6 
7 

s 

9 
10 

11 
12 

13 
14 
15 
16 
17 
18 

19 
29 
21 
22 
23 
24 
25 
26 
27 
28 
29 
30 
31 
32 
33 

34 
35 
36 
37 
38 

39 

427 

3,703  20 

6,169 

1,211  34 

21,287 

4,914  54 

 .  

491,60(5 
294,003 
12,666 

147,481  80 
88,200  90 
3,799  80 

253  968 
2.1 . 122 

116,879  90 
50,793  60 

1,076,004 
547,971 
37.788 

264,361  70 
138,994  50 
8,824  20 

798,275 

239,482  50 

863,488 

1 79  RQ7  Oft 

1,661,763 

412,180  40 

116,228 

8,888 
127,781 

13,036  30 

2,838  33 
43,902  14 

6,519 

95,901 
806,873 

116,228 

B.967 
146,170 

13,036  30 

2,864  14 
46,909  00 

1,290 

71  171 

79 
18  389 

25  81 
o, \jyj\i  (5u 

31  116 
8l[085 

16,217  05 

13,234 
7  294 

1  764  64 

972  82 

44.350 

7.987  84 

88,379j     .  17,189  87 

112,201 

22,440  25 

20,528 

2,737  46 

132,729         25,177  71 

31,081 
16,038 
31.092 
2,049 
4,470 
47,833 

828,118 
8,839 
2,854 

104.075 

6,216  20 
3,207  60 

31,081 
16,038 
31,092 
2,049 
4,584 
47,862 

828.  lis 
8,839 
3,013 
104,075 
174 
107 
5,367 
5,101 
426,084 
147,485 
197 
1,297 
1.585 
57,681 
10,551 

21,130 
457 
132,193 
16,325 
3,705 

63,728 

6,216  20 
3,207  60 
6,218  40 
512  25 
1,136  50 
9,570  47 

165,623  60 
2,209  75 
739  99 
20,815  00 
43  50 
26  75 
1,871  22 
1,020  20 
85,216  80 
29,490  07 
49  25 
324  25 
396  25 
11,536  20 
2,284  21 

6,114  95 
91  40 
28,239  49 
4,191  50 
1,090  10 

22,051  67 

1,939 
1,499 
83 
7,178 
3,760 

t  ,ooo 
366 
26,337 
5,310 
438 
13 
1,028 
157 
13,092 
10,184 
212 
41 
7,797 
1,003 
3,333 

4,048 

388 

6,218  40 
512  25 
1,117  50 
9,566  60 

165,623  60 
2,209  75 
713  50 
20.815  00 

183 
2 

114 

29 

19  00 
3  87 

778 

159 

26  49 

174              43  50 
107               26  75 

5,305 
5,101 
426^)84 
147,381 
197 
1,297 
1,585 
57,681 
6,308 

10,153 
457 
131,115 
9,265 
3,491 

61,558 

1,856  75 
1,020  20 
85,216  80 
29,476  20 
49  25 
324  25 
396  25 
11,536  20 
1,577  00 

3,553  55 
91  40 
28,059  80 
2,779  50 
1,047  30 

21,545  30 

2 

62 

14  47 

6 

104 

13  87 

1,139 
2,610 

4,243 
10,977 

707  21 
2,561  40 

1.078 
7,060 
214 

2,170 

179  69 
1,412  00 
42  80 

506  37 

94,822 
32,612 

8,467 
708 

11 — i — 5 


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1-2  EDWARD  VI K,  A.  1902 

No.  13. — Summary  Statement  of  Foreign  Merchandise 


Articles. 


General 
Tariff  Rates 
of  Duty. 


DUTIABLE  GOODS — Con. 

Iron,  steel,  &c.,  and  manufactures  of— 

Bar  iron  or  steel  rolled,  whether  in  coils, 
bundles,  rods  or  bars,  comprising  rounds, 
ovals,  squares  and  flats,  and  rolled  shapes, 

N.O.P   Cwt.  $7  per  ton 

Butts  and  hinges,  N.E.S   $     30  p.  c 

Castings,  iron  or  steel,  in  the  rough,  N.E.S..  i<  25 
Canada  plates  ;  Russia  iron  ;  flat  galvanized 
iron  or  steel  sheets,  terne  plate,  and  rolled 
sheets  of  iron  or  steel  coated  with  sine, 
spelter  or  other  metal  of  all  widths  or  thick- 
ness, N.O.P   Cwt. 

Cast  iron  pipe  of  every  description  

Cast  scrap  iron   Tons. 

Chains,  coil  chain,  chain  links  and  chain 
shackles,  of  iron  or  steel,  ^ths  of  an  inch  in 

diameter  and  over    Cwt. 

Chain,  malleable  sprocket  or  link  belting,  for 

binders  

Chains,  N.E.S  

Tacks,  shoe  Lbs. 

Cut  tacks,  brads,  sprigs,  or  shoe  nails,  double 
pointed,  and  other  tacks  of  iron  and  steel, 

N.O.P   _  

Enaines,  locomotives  for  railways,  N.E.S. . .  No. 

Fire   

Eire  extinguishing  machines   >i 

Steam  engines  and  boilers   n 

Fittings,  iron  or  steel,  for  iron  or  steel  pipe. .  Lbs. 
Ferro-silicon,   speigeleisen  and  ferro-man- 

ganese   Tons. 

Forgings  of  iron  or  steel,  of  whatever  shape  or 
size,  or  in  whatever  stage  of  manufacture, 
N.E.S.,  and  steel  shafting,  turned,  com- 
pressed or  polished  ;  and  hammered  iron 

or  steel  bars  or  shapes,  N.O.  P  

Hardware,  viz. — Builders',  cabinetmakers', 
upholsterers',  harnessmakers',  saddlers'  and 
carriage  hardware,  including  curry  combs, 
and  horse  boots,  N.E.S  

20  Horse,  mule,  and  ox  shoes   u 

21  Iron  or  steel  ingots,  cogged  ingots,  blooms, 
slabs,  billets,  puddled  bars,  and  loops  or 
other  forms,  N  O.P.,  less  finished  than  iron 
or  steel  bars,  but  more  advanced  than  pig 
iron,  except  castings   Cwt. 

22  Iron  or  steel  bridges  or  parts  thereof  ;  iron  or 
steel  structural  work,  columns,  shapes  or 
sections,  drilled,  punched,  or  in  any  further 
stage  of  manufacture  than  as  rolled  or  cast, 
N.E.S.   h 

23  Iron  in  pigs   .  Tons 

24  it      charcoal  i 

25  Iron  kentledge     n 

26  Locks  of  all  kinds  

Machines,  machinery,  &c. — 

27  Fanning  mills   No 

28  Grain  crushers   n 

29  Windmills   .  n 

30  Ore  crushers  and  rock  crusheis,  stamp  mills, 
Cornish  and  belted  rolls,  rock  dnlls,  air 
compressors,  cranes,  derricks,  and  percus- 
sion coal  cutters  ,  


Total  Imports. 


Quantity. 


267,857 


316,485 
31,439 
4,447 


47,866 


Lbs 


Value. 


Quantity. 


448,942 
20,212 
165,322 


758,110 
50,223 
50,184 


95,025 

15,070 
40.611 

5,533 


9,960 
497,401 

2,854 
22,611 
370,403 
202,130 

38,954 


72,107 


542,281 
11,709 


206,975 


442,481 
536,302 
7,1^11 
497 
127,378 

2,184 
482 
20,360 


82,513 


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SESSIONAL  PAPER  No.  11 

Imported  into  Canada,  &c — Continued. 


Entered  for  Home  Consumption. 


General  Tariff. 


Preferential  Tariff. 


Value. 


410,436 
19,829 
163,355 


Duty.        Quantity.  Value. 


Duty. 


$  cts. 


B7.833  74 
5,948  70 
40,838  75 


74,400 

3,720 

M 

15,065 

3,013 

M 

34,087 

10,226 

W 

5,456 

1,909 

et 

9,761 
497,401 

2,854 
22,511 
321,622 
201,720 

3,417  10 
174,090  35 
998  90 
7,878  85 
80,405  50 
60,516  00 

17,495 

874  75 

70,332 

21,099  60 

503,830 
11,709 

151.149  30 
3,512  70 

202,312 

23,108  54 

378,976 
439,573 
7,121 

132,641  60 
72,235  01 
1,223  71 

119,862 

35,958  60 

2,184 
482 
20,583 

546  15 
120  50 
5,145  75 

56,600 

14,150  00 

16,340 


200,626 

10,031 

30 

236,226 

49,302 

12,416 

51 

404 

43,041 

7,882 

02 

1,347 

12,986 


2,182 
627 


33 
21,814 

860 


102,006 


6,369 
'29 


37,983 
383 
L511 


667,763 
921 
7,991 


10,783 
5 

6,095 
77 


SB 


48,531 
1,369 

21,459 


1,775 


38,319 


4,663 


107,963 


497 
7,561 


86.913 


$  cts. 


3,812  83 
76  60 
251  85 


TotaL 


Quantity. 


867498 


Value.    I  1>aty 
v  ame.  Collected. 


18,592  44  316,513 
108  26  31,439 
2,245  33  4,499 


692  66 

0  67 
1,219  00 
17  97 


12  14 


S.0>>  54 
273  80 

715  31 


355  00 


7,664  15 


51,260 


60,321 


115,888 
67 
2 

18,143 

686, 
3,975,318 


1,512 


255  91      234,925  206,975 


10,616  92 


48  34 
1,512  19 


4,318  85 


143,010 
35,264 
490 
29 


102 
42 
452 


448,419 
2"\212 
164,866 


758,389 
50,223 
51,032 


95,183 

15,070 
40,183 
5,533 


9,813 
497,401 

2,854 
22,511 
370,153 
203,089 

38,954 


2,097,696  72,107 


542,149 
11,709 


$  cts. 


91,646  57 
6,025  30 
41,090  60 


28,623  74 
12.524  77 
10,127  35 


4,412  86 

3,013  67 
11,445  10 
1,927  57 


3,429  24 
174,090  35 
998  90 
7,878  85 
88,494  04 
60,789  80 

1,590  06 


21,454  60 


158,813  45 
3,512  70 


23,364  45 


18 


21 


378,976 

132,641  60 

22 

547,536 

82,851  93 

23 

7.121 

1,223  71 

24 

497 

48  34 

25 

127,423 

37,470  79 

26 

2,184 

546  15 

27 

482 

120  50 

28 

20,583 

5145  75 

29 

82,513 

18,468  85 

30 

11 


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1-2  EDWARD  VII.,  A.  1902 

No.  13. — Summary  Statement  of  Foreign  Merchandise 


Articles. 


General 
Tariff  Rates 
of  Duty. 


DUTIABLE  GOODS — Con. 

Iron,  steel,  &c,  and  manufactures  of — 

Portable  machines — 

Fodder  or  feed  cutters  

Horse  powers  

Portable  engines  

Portable  saw  mills  and  planing  mills  

Threshers  and  separators  

All  other  portable  machines  

Parts  of  above  articles  

Sewing  machines,  and  parts  of  

Slot  machines  

Machines,  type-writing  

All  other  machinery  composed  wholly  or  in 
part  of  iron,  or  steel,  N.O.  P  

Malleable  iron  castings  and  iron  or  steel 
castings,  N.E.S  

Nails  and  spikes,  composition  and  sheathing 
nails  

Nails  and  spikes,  wrought  and  pressed, trunk, 
clout,  coopers,  cigar  box,  Hungarian,  horse 
shoe  and  other  nails,  N.E.S  

Nails  and  spikes,  cut,  and  railway  spikes. . . . 

Nails,  wire,  of  all  kinds,  N.O.P  

Mould  boards,  or  shaves  or  plough  plates, 
land  sides  and  other  plates  for  agricultural 
implements,  cut  to  shape  from  rolled  plates 
of  steel  but  not  moulded,  punched, 
polished  or  otherwise  manufactured  

Pumps,  N.E.S   

Iron  or  steel  railway  bars  or  rails  of  any  form, 
punched  or  not  punched,  N.E.S.  for  rail- 
ways, which  tern)  for  the  purposes  of  this 
item  shall  include  all  kinds  of  railways, 
street  railways  and  tramways,  even  al- 
though the  same  are  used  for  private  pur- 
poses only,  and  even  although  they  are  not 
used  or  intended  to  be  used  in  connection 
with  the  business  of  common  carrying  of 
goods  or  passengers   

Railway  fish-plates  and  tie  plates  

Rolled  iron  or  steel  angles,  tees,  beams,  chan- 
nels, joists,  girders,  zees,  stars  or  rolled 
shapes,  or  trough,  bridge,  building  or  struc- 
tural rolled  sections,  or  shapes,  not  punched, 
drilled  or  further  manufactured  than 
rolled,  N.E.S..  and  flat  eye  bar  blanks  not 
punched  or  drilled  

Rolled  iron  or  steel  hoop,  band,  scroll  or 
strip,  8  inches  or  less  in  width,  No.  18 
gauge  and  thicker,  N.E.S   .... 

Rolled  iron  or  steel  hoop,  band,  scroll  or 
strip,  thinner  than  No.  18  gauge,  N.E.S. . 

Rolled  iron  or  steel  angles,  tees,  beams,  chan- 
nels, girders  and  other  rolled  shapes  or 
sections,  weighing  less  than  35  lbs.  per 
lineal  yard,  not  punched,  drilled  or  further 
manufactured  than  rolled,  N.O.P  

Rolled  iron  or  steel  plates  or  sheets,  sheared 
or  unsheared,  and  skelp  iron  or  steel, 
sheared  or  rolled  in  grooves,  N.E.S  

Rolled  iron  or  steel  plates,  not  less  than  30 
inches  in  width  and  not  less  than  \  inch  in 
thickness,  N.O.P    


No. 

25  p.c 

25  .. 

25  .. 

25  i. 

25  i. 

25  m 

i 

25  .. 

No. 

30  >, 

25  ii 

25  ii 

$ 

25  M 

Cwt. 

25  .. 

Lbs. 

15  n 

30  .. 

Cwt. 


Tons 


Cwt. 


Total  Imports. 


Quantity,  j  Value. 


\c.  per  lb. 


5  p.c. 
25   ii  . 


30 


per  ton 


10  p.c. 


fi7  per  ton 
5  p.c  


$7  per  ton 


10  p.c. 


24 
24 
73 
2 

154 
1,109 


10,329 
208 
1,752 


3,181 
16,434 


282,983 
2,018,009 
027,170 


30,883 


4,947 
4,616 


298,105 

29,618 
35,565 


129,494 
72,851 
210,036 


5,355 

1,787 
57,301 

1,087 
41,123 
35,165 
25,853 
202,793 

9,116 
102,698 

3,587,100 

14,444 

2,734 


12,039 
47,001 
22,078 


116,569 
180,164 


Quantity. 


142,590 
165,960 


460,548 

53,278 
77,280 


199,192 
122,280 
290,960 


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SESSIONAL  PAPER  No.  11 

Imported  into  Canada,  &c. — Continued. 


69 


Entered  fob  Home  Consumption. 


General  Tariff. 


Preferential  Tariff. 


Duty. 


Duty. 


Quantity.  Value. 


Duty. 


Quantity.  Value. 


Duty. 


$  cts. 


1,330  75 
535  50 
14.354  25 
271  75 
10,413  50 

6,638  25 

6,007  75 
60,129  50 

2,283  95 
25,621  25 


2,688  60 
10,065  97 
3,762  89 


5,827  46 
44,373  00 


36,940  60 
35,278  97 


45,672  70 

9,392  89 
3,306  40 


43,461  49 
21,037  40 
24,707  90 


30 


150 


66.479 
5,406 


208 


2,380 

2,785 
3,985 


5,168 


38 


570 
2,643 
99 

501,353 


767,072  50 
3,610  50 

13,032  i 


2,870 
181 


20 
1,649 


19,455 
6,832 


3,821 

5,878 
11,148 


8.042 


13,006  22,119 
31,933)  43,881 


S  cts. 


5  33 


95  02 


24 
M 
75 
2 
157 
1,099 


528  60 


16  50 


1C,392 
208 
1,749 


5,355 

2,142 
57,417 

1,087 
41,654, 
27,123 
24,031 
203,075 

9,116 
102,584: 


83,559  91    3,569,643 


232  70 


574  00 
18  04 


0  67 
274  86 


3,180 
15,314 


280,221 
2,018,609 
627,170 


30,8S3 


14,442 

2,521 


11,832 
47,061 
22,078 


116,569 
179,141 


254  75 

649  92 
371  66 

1,205  73 
3,(35  84 
2,925  41 


298,105 

29,618 
35,565 


460.548 

53,278 
77,276 


129,361  200,343 
73,109  122,883 
210,036'  290,960 


cts. 


1,336 
535 
14,354 
271 
10,413 

6,733 

6.007 
60,658 

2,283 
25,637 


850,632  41 
3,610  50 
261  20 


3,262  60 
10,084  01 
3,762  89 


5,828  13 
44,647  86 


3,891  00         4.947       142.590  40.831  60 

1,109  33         4,618      165.960         36,388  30 


45,927  45 

10,042  81 
3,678  06 


41,667  22 
24,073  24 
27,633  31 


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1-2  EDWARD  VII.,  A.  1902 

"No.  13. — Summary  Statement  of  Foreign  Merchandise 


Articles. 


DUTIABLE  GOODS—  Con. 

Iron,  steel,  &c,  and  manufactures  of — 

Rolled  iron  or  steel  sheets,  No.  17  gauge  and 
thinner,  N.O.P  Cwt. 

Rolls  of  chilled  iron  or  steel   h 

Safes,  doors  for  safes  and  vaults   $ 

Screws,  iron  and  steel,  commonly  called 
"wood  screws," N.E.S  Lbs. 

Scales,  balances,  weighing  beams  and  strength 
testing  machines   $ 

Skates  of  all  kinds  and  parts  thereof  Pairs. 

Skelp  iron  or  steel,  sheared  or  rolled  in 
grooves,  imported  by  manufacturers  of 
wrought  iron  or  steel  pipe  for  use  only  in 
the  manufacture  of  wrought  iron  or  steel 
pipe  in  their  own  factories  Cwt. 

Stoves  of  all  kinds  and  parts  thereof,  N.E.S.  $ 

Stove  plates,  and  sad  cr  smoothing,  hatters' 
and  tailors'  irons,  plated  wholly  or  in  part 
or  not   ii 

Swedish  rolled  iron  and  Swedish  rolled  steel 
nail  rods  under  half  an  inch  in  diameter  for 
the  manufacture  of  horse-shoe  naila.     ...  Cwt. 

Switches,  frogs,  crossings  and  intersections 
for  railways      m 

Tubing- 
Boiler  tubes  of  wrought  iron  or  steel,  in- 
cluding flues  and  corrugated  tubes  for 

marine  boilers ....    Lbs. 

Tubes  of  rolled  steel,  seamless,  not  joined 
or  welded,  not  more  than  1^  inches  in 

diameter   ....  ■■ 

Tubes,  seamless  steel,  for  bicycles   

Tubing,  wrought  iron  or  steel,  plain  or  gal- 
vanized, threaded  and  coupled  or  not, 
over  2  inches  in  diameter,  N.E.S..  .. 
Tubing,  wrought  iron  or  steel,  plain  or  gal- 
vanized, threaded  and  coupled  or  not,  2 
inches  or  less  in  diameter,  N.E.S  .  .  n 
Other  iron  or  steel  tubes  or  pipes,  N.O.P.  n 

Ware — Galvanized  sheet  iron  or  of  galvan- 
ized sheet  steel,  manufactures,  N.O.P....  $ 

Ware — Agate,  granite  or  enamelled  iron  or 
steel  hollow- ware   n 

Ware — Enamelled  iron  or  steel  ware,  N.E.S. ; 
iron  or  steel  hollow  ware,  plain  black,  tin- 
ned or  coated  ;  and  nickel  and  aluminum 
kitchen  or  household  hollow  ware,  N.E.S.  ■■ 

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

Wire  screens,  doors  and  windows   $ 

Wire  fencing,  woven,  buckthorn  strip,  and 
wire  fencing  of  iron  or  steel,  N.E.S  Lbs. 

Wire,  single  or  several,  covered  with  cotton, 
linen,  silk,  rubber  or  other  material,  &c, 
N.E.S   „ 

Wire  of  all  kinds,  N.O.P  

Wire  rope,  stranded  or  twisted  wire,  clothes 
lines,  picture  or  other  twisted  wire  and 
wire  cables,  N.E.S     m 

Iron  or  steel  nuts,  washers,  rivets  and  bolts 
with  or  without  threads,  and  nut,  bolt  and 
hinge  blanks,  and  T  and  strap  hinges  of  all 
kinds,  N.E  S   „ 


General 
Tariff  Rates 
of  Duty. 


5  p.  c. 
30 
30 

35 


5  „ 
25  „ 


25  ,i 

15  ii 
30  ., 


15  „ 


35  n 
30  ii 


25  „ 
35  ,i 


SO 


30  ,i  .. 
30    „  .. 


15  ii 


30  „ 
20  „ 


25    1 1 


£ c.  per  lb.  and 
25  p.  c. .., 


Total  Imports. 


Quantity. 


Value. 


130,289 
3,147 


133,955 
3L5W 

182,457 


16,628 
3,075 

4,991,898 

86,225 
282,473 

5,720,133 


2,161,211 
590,883 


463,234 
1,892,541 


2.756,518 
2,845,467 


1,532,218 
1,932,312 


Quantity. 


347,577 
10,178 
13,563 

17,319 

95,707 
14,491 


251,524 
128,776 


10,050 

38,375 
17,301 

231,209 


3,559 
32,843 


233,341 

83,404 
35,462 

44,815 

23,109 

59,133 

32,032 
11,426 

67,543 


355,910 
100,856 


120,291 


79,505  1,920,917 


SESSIONAL  PAPER  No.  11 

Imported  into  Canada, 


TRADE  AND  NAVIGATION 

&c. — Continued. 


71 


ENTEBED  FOR  HOME  CONSUMPTION*. 


General  Tariff. 


Preferential  Tariff. 


Total. 


Duty.        Quantity.      Value.  Duty 


$  cts. 


7,449  97 
2,695  20 
3,604  20 

5,783  05 

28,455  90 
5,069  07 


12,576  20 
32,134  25 


2,488  50 

5,756  25 
5,190  30 

11,012  10 

350  90 
3,284  30 

32,320  80 

25,574  80 
10,442  10 

9,259  50 

6,920  20 

16,654  80 

6,243  90 
3,362  70 

10,010  25 


102,207  00 
17,271  40 


15,093  00 


75,480 
321 


4,545 

"  "io 


194,525 
2,200 


313,957 


968,086 
11,695 


200,037 

21,480 

140,767 
454,678 

988,319 


34,116  25  11,323 


198,711 
1,193 


795 

805 
8 


aw 

96 


10,967 
50 


12,229 

12,239 
629 

7,497 

2,968 

4,489 

11,219 
21 

808 


14,169 
13,499 


60,563 


651 


Quantity.!    Value.  Q^td 


S  cts. 


6,623  95 
238  SO 


185  49 

161  00 
1  87 


34  83 
16  00 


365  58 
3  33 


1,222  90 

2,855  90 
125  80 

1,249  53 

692  56 


897  80 

2  243  80 
43  40 

80  80 


2,833  80 
1,799  84 


10,094  04 


130,317 
3,147 


133,855 
'  3^560 

182,457 


16,628 
3,075 

4,991,898 


86,225 
282.473 


5.551.525 


2,253,586 
5>s  5S7 


463,234 
1,892,541 


2,753.378 
2,785,510 


1,541,186 


165  14    1,932,240  79,488 


347,640 
10,177 
12,014 

17,318 

95,658 
14,491 


251,524 
128,747 


10,050 

38,375 
17,301 

231,209 


3,559 
32,843 


227,701 

85,310 
35,436 

44,535 

22,740 

60,005 

32,032 
11,426 

67,543 


354,860 
99,856 


120,935 


$  cts. 


14.073  92 

2,933  80 
3,604  20 

5,968  54 

28,616  90 
5,070  94 


12,576  20 
32,169  08 


2,504  50 

5,756  25 
5,190  30 

11,377  68 


354  23 
3,284  30 


33,543  70 

28,430  70 
10,567  90 

10,509  03 

7,612  76 

17,552  60 

8,487  70 
3,406  10 

10,091  05 


105,040  80 
19,071  24 


25,187  04 


34,281  39  27 


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1-2  EDWARD  VII.,  A.  1902 

No.  13. — Summary  Statement  of  Foreign  Merchandise 


Articles. 


DUTIABLE  GOODS — Con. 

Iron,  steel,  &c. ,  and  manufacturers  of — 

Iron  or  steel  scrap,  wrought,  being  waste  or 
refuse,  including  punchings,  cuttings  and 
clippings  of  iron  or  steel  plates  or  sheets, 
having  been  in  actual  use ;  crop  ends  of 
tin  plate  bars,  blooms  and  rails,  the  same 

not  having  been  in  actual  use   Cwt. 

Pen  knives,  jack  knives  and  pocket  knives 

of  all  kinds   $ 

Table  cutlery,  all  kinds,  N.O.P   „ 

All  other  cutlery,  N.E.S   n 

Guns,  rifles,  including  air  guns  and  air  rifles 
(not  being  toys),  muskets,  cannons,  pistols, 

revolvers  or  other  firearms   n 

Bayonets,  swords,  fencing  toils  and  masks . .  it 
Needles,  of  any  material  or  kind,  N.O.P...  ■■ 

Steel — Chrome  steel  Cwt. 

Steel  plate,  Universal  mill  or  rolled  edge 
bridge  plates  imported  by  manufacturers 

of  bridges   n 

Steel  in  bars,  bands,  hoops,  scroll  or  strips, 
sheets  or  plates,  of  any  size,  thickness  or 
width  when  of  greater  value  than  2£c.  per 

lb.,  N.O.P   n 

Tools  and  implements  : — 

Adzes,  cleavers,  hatchets,  wedges,  sledges, 
hammers,  crow  bars,  cant  dogs  and 
track  tools  ;  picks,  mattocks  and  eyes  or 

poles  for  the  same   $ 

Axes  Doz. 

Saws   $ 

Files  and  rasps,  N.E.S     n 

Tools,  hand  or  machine,  of  all  kinds, 

N.O.P  ■ 

Knife  blades,  or  blanks,  and  forks  of  iron 
or  steel,  in  the  rough,  not  handled,  filed, 

ground  or  otherwise  manufactured   n 

Manufactures,  articles  or  wares  not  specially 
enumerated  or  provided  for,  composed 
wholly  or  in  part  of  iron  or  steel,  and 
whether  partly  or  wholly  manufactured. . .  n 


General 
Tariff  Rates 
of  Duty. 


per  ton 


30  p. 
30  , 
30  , 


10 


Total  iron . 


.  Lbs. 


Ivory,  manufactures  of,  N.O.P  

Jellies,  jams  and  preserves,  N.E.S  

Jewellery,  N.O.P  

Knitted  goods  of  every  description,  N.E.S 


Lead  and  manufactures  of — 
Old,  scrap,  pig  and  block,  including  Canadian 
lead  ore  sent  to  the  United  States  for  re- 
fining— imported  at  price  of  refining  only.  Cwt. 

Bars  and  in  sheets   m 

Pipe    Lbs. 

Shot  and  bullets   » 

Manufacturers  of,  N.O.P   $ 

Total  lead  


Total  Imports. 


Quantity. 


358,066 


10 


30 


20  p.  c  

3^c.  per  lb. 

30  p.  c  

35  .1   


1,871 


63,571 


125,705 


5,220 


889,782 


84,851 
14,503 
202,218 
49,641 


Value. 


239,470 

89,219 
196,906 
197,374 


177,309 
1,772 
52,742 
11,549 


87,598 


414,963 


21,013 
29,928 
90,577 
83,568 

525.118 


882 


1,345,924 


Quantity. 


18,830,309 


406 
69,156 
539,116 
4,349 


96,075 
72,115 
11,984 
2,535 
51,183 

233,892 


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SESSIONAL  PAPER  No.  11 

Imported  iDto  Canada,  &c. — Continued. 


13 


Entered  for  Home  Consumption. 


General  Tariff. 


Duty. 


$  cts. 


Preferential  Tariff. 


Total. 


Quantity. 


Value. 


Dutv. 


Quantity. 


Value. 


159,014 

12,432 

97 

34,215 

10,264 

.50 

52,858 

15,857 

4o 

111,871 

33,561 

30 

155,284 

46,585 

20 

882 

264 

GO 

27,800 

8,340 

00 

11,549 

1,732 

35 

87,598 

8,759 

80 

318,045 

15,932 

10 

19,358 

5,807 

40 

29,590 

7,397 

.50 

89,051 

26,715 

30 

78,871 

23,661 

30 

488,650 

146,595 

00 

251 

25 

10 

909  387,272  78 
16,219,179.     3,729,038  94 


81  40;. 
3,453  24 
147,495  60 
776  30 


109,800 


I   cts . 


19,512 


EXV668 

54,620 
143,560 
86,251 


24.7- 

890 
25,435 


96,391 


1,655 


1,510 
4,697 

37,870 
631 

55,838 


2,518,956 


763,336 


53,840 
48,568 
2.420 


8  ct*. 


3,660  04 1  358,443 


10,924  00 
28,712  01  . 
17,251  05 


S  cts. 


4,957  60 
178  00; 
5,086  40 


1,871 
63,571 


239,582 

88,835 
196,418 
198,122 


180,072 
1,772 
53.232 
11,549 


>7.59s 


3,213  31 


331  00.. 


302  00 
939  40 

7,474  00 
42  06 


125,803  415,036 


21,013 
29,590 
90,561 
83,568 


5,120 


526,020 
882 


11,167  60    1,346,747 


Duty 
Collected. 


8  cts. 


16,093  01 

21,188  50 
44,569  41 
50,812  35 


51,542  80 
442  60 
13,426  40 
1,732  35 


8,759  80 


19,145  41 


10 


6,138  40  11 

7,397  50  12 

27,017  30  13 

24,600  70  14 


154,069  00 
67  16 

398,440  38 


291,289  63    18,738,135     4,020,328  57 


16,539  43 
9,713  60 
564  68 


869,668 


407 

66,528 
540,220 
4,638 


81  40  18 

19,992  67  19 

157,209  20  20 

1,340  98  21 


137,173 


8,549  10 
6,370  00 
2,024  40 
448  35; 
14,290  20 

31,682  05 


15,369 
10  937 
143,735 
27,365 


40,017 

52,836 
6,005 
1,254 
3,526 

 |. 

103,638' 


4,001  70 
8,806  06 
1.401  14 

292  62 
705  20| 

15,206  72 


85,321 
16,295 
256,116 
49,641 


97,011 
78,316 
11,789 
2.535 
51,160 

2*0,811 


12,550  80  22 
15,176  06  23 
3,425  54  24 
7M)  97i  25 
14,995  401  26 

46,888  77 


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1-2  EDWARD  VII.,  A.  1902 

No.  13.— Summary  Statement  of  Foreign  Merchandise 


Articles. 


General 
Tariff  Rates 
of  Duty. 


Total  Imports. 


Quantity . 


Value. 


Quantity. 


dutiable  goods— Con. 

Leather  and  manufactures  of — 

Sole  leather,  all  kinds  

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  uncoloured,  imported  by  glove  manufac- 
turers for  use  in  their  own  factories  in  the 
manufacture  of  gloves  

Harness  leather  

Tanners'  scrap  leather  

Upper  leather,  including  dongola,  cordovan, 
kangaroo,  alligator  and  chamois  skins,  or 
other  upper  leather,  N.E.S.,  dressed,  waxed 
or  glazed  

Japanned,  patent  or  enamelled  leather  and 
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, 
&c,  N.E.S  


Lbs. 


15  p.  c . 
15  . 
15  .. 
15  „  . 

174  „  • 


10 

171 

15 


174 

25 

15 
15 

174- 


Total  leather 


Manufacturers  of,  viz. — 

Boots  and  shoes   

Harness  and  saddlery,  N.E.S  

Leather  belting   .... 

All  other  manufactures  of  leather  and  raw 
hide,  not  otherwise  provided  for  


25  p.  c. 
30  „  . 
20  „  . 

20  „  . 


Total  leather  manufactures. 


Lime   Brls. 

Lime  juice  and  fruit  juices,  fortified  with  or 
containing  not  more  than  25  p.  c.  of  proof 
spirits.  Galls. 

Lime  juice  and  other  fruit  syrups  and  fruit 
juices,  N.O.P   ii 

Total  lime  juice,  &c  


20  p.  c. 


60c.  per  gall. . . 
20  p.  c  


Lithographic  presses  and  type  making  acces- 
sories therefor   $ 

Lithographic  stones,  not  engraved   n 

Total  lithographic  presses  and  stones. 


10  p.c. 
20  ., 


Machine  card  clothing   $ 

Magic  lanterns  and  slides  therefor   m 

Malt  Bush. 

Malt  extract  (non-alcoholic)  for  medicinal  and 
baking  purposes   $ 


25  p.c  

25  „   

15c.  per  bush. . 

25  p.c  


272,858 
127,206 
4,951 
14,858 

248,346 


254,361 
14,543 
33,012 


268,094 

35,286 

6,086 
86,302 

63,458 


19,657 

647 
17,535 


96,697 


74,992 
40,639 
1,704 
6,754 

212,677 


180,186 
6,809 
2,753 


234,428 

41,918 

3,887 
35,109 

34,224 


876,080 


642,790 
54,242 
51,975 

108,225 


857,232 


14,534 

1,098 
15,272 


16,370 


1,500 
8,084 


9,584 


34,703 
5,246 
66,329 

5,710 


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Imported  into  Canada,  &c. — Continued. 


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Entered  for  Home  Consumption. 


General  Tariff. 

Preferential  Tariff. 

Total. 

Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity . 

Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity . 

Value. 

Duty 
Collected. 

I 

$  cts. 

• 

9  cts. 

S 

$  cts. 

67,066 
3,900 
1.704 
2,111 

10,059  90 
585  00 
255  90 

50,255 
112,635 

9,596 
36,189 

959  60 
3,618  90 

279,299 
124,346 
4,951 
14,698 

76,662 
40,089 
1,704 
6,499 

11,019  50 
4.203  90 
255  90 

316  65 

10,961 

4,388 

438  80 

755  45 

182,258 

31,895  08 

37,597 

26,042 

3,038  33 

243,415 

208,300 

34,933  41 

178,984 
6,545 
2,753 

208,627 

1,145  43 
412  95 

ovO 
12.6 

1,202 
264 

80  14 
30  81 

33,012 
263,965 

180,186 

6,809 
2,753 

232,369 

17,978  54 
1,176  24 
412  95 

36,510  20 

29,835 

23,742 

2,770  14 

39,280  34 

41,391 

10,347  75 

530 

527 

87  83 

35,286 

41,918 

10,435  58 

1,451 
17,350 

217  65 
2,602  50 

4,000 
42,063 

3,042 
17,153 

304  20 
1,715  30 

6,586 
80,802 

4,493 
34,503 

521  85 
4,317  80 

30,633 

5,361  21 

7,309 

3,591 

418  97 

63,488 

34,224 

5,780  18 

744,773 

117,608  62 

■ 

125,736 

13,463  02 

870,509 

131,071  64 

626.376 

156,594  00 

1 1  S97  Qf> 

15,984 

2,664  17 

1,4/ 1  OU 

3,485  13 
2,519  58 

642,360 
53,451 
53,621 

108.108 

159,258  17 
io,jyy  ou 
8,981  73 

25,767  58 

•iO,  WO 
£i ,  4o»5 

92,992 

i  ,oOo 

26,138 
15,116 

5,496  60 
23,248  00 

792,944 

199,166  50 

64,596 

10,140  48 

857,540 

209.306  98 

14,498 

2,899  60 

9 

36 

4  81 

19,657 

14,534 

2,904  41 

575 

177  00 

6 

5 

2  40 

301 

580 

179  40 

8,870 

1,774  00 

7,552 

6,469 

862  61 

17,912 

15,339 

2,636  61 

9,445 

1,951  00 

6,474 

865  01 

15,919 

2,816  01 

1,500 

150  00 

1,500 
8,084 

150  00 

7,881 

1,576  20 

203 



27  07 

1,603  27 

9,381 

1,726  20 

203 

27  07 

9,584 

1,753  27 

10,509 

2,627  25 

24,416 
556 

4,069  42 
92  74 

34,925 
5,521 
66,329 

6,696  67 
1,333  99 
14,482  65 

4,965 

1,241  25 
14,443  05 

65,912 

396 

417 

39  60 

" " '  96^683 

4,631 

1,157  75 
■ 

1,087 

181  18 

5,718 

1,338  93 


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1-2  EDWARD  VII.,  A.  1902 

No.  13. — Summary  Statement  of  Foreign  Merchandise 


Articles. 


DUTIABLE  GOODS — Con. 

Marble  and  manufactures  of — 

Marble,  sawn  only  

Finished  and  polished  

Rough,  not  hammered  or  chiselled ,  . 
Manufactures  of,  N.O.P  


Total  marble . 


Mattresses,  including  hair,  spring  and  other  . . 
Mats  and  rugs,  including  door  and  carriage, 
N.E.S  


Metal,  N.E.S.,  and  manufactures  of — 

Aluminum,  manufactures  of,  N.E.S   m 

Babbit  metal     it 

Britannia  metal,  manufactures  of ,  not  plated.  n 

Bronze  statuettes  or  ornaments   m 

Buckles  of  iron,  steel,  brass  or  copper,  of  all 

kinds,  N.O.P.  (not  being  jewellery)   n 

Cages, — bird,   parrot,  squirrel  and  rat,  of 

wire,  and  metal  parts  thereof   n 

Composition  metal  for  the  manufacture  of 

jewellery  and  filled  gold  watch  cases   u 

Frames,  clasps  and  fastners  for  puises  and 
chatelaine  bags  or  reticules,  not  more  than 
7  inches  in  width,  imported  by  the  manu- 
facturers of  purses  and  chatelaine  bags  or 

reticules  for  use  in  their  factories  ,  m 

Furniture  springs.   m 

Phorphor  tin  and  phosphor  bronze,  in  blocks, 

bars,  plates,  sheets  and  wire   m 

Garden  or  lawn  sprinklers   n 

Gas,  coal  or  other  oil,  and  electric  light 
fixtures  or  parts  thereof  of  metal,  includ- 
ing lava  or  other  tips,  burners,  collars, 

galleries,  shades  and  shade  holders   h 

Gas  meters   .   No. 

German,  Nevada  and  nickel  silver,  manu- 
factures of,  not  plated  ...    $ 

Lamp  springs  ...    n 

Lamps,  side  lights  and  head  lights,  lanterns 

and  chandeliers   m 

Nickel  plated  ware,  N.E.S   n 

Nickel  anodes   ■■ 

Patterns  of  brass,  iron,  steel  or  other  metal..  .. 

Pins,  N.O.P   $ 

Screws,  brass  or  other  metal,  except  iron  or 

steel,  N.OP.  .  

Stereotypes,  electrotypes  and  celluloids  for 
almanacs,  calendars,  illustrated  pamphlets, 
newspaper  advertisements  or  engravings, 
and  all  other  like  work  for  commercial, 
trade  or  other  purposes,  N.E.S.,  and  mat- 
rices or  copper  shells  for  the  same  Sq.  in, 

Stereotypes,  electrotypes  and  celluloids  of 
newspaper  columns,  and  bases  for  the 
same,   composed    wholly    or    partly  of 

celluloid     ii 

Stereotypes,  matrices  or  copper  shells  for 
the  same  


General 
Tariff  Rates 
of  Duty. 


20  p.c. 
35  „ 
15  i, 
35  „ 


25  p.c. 

10  „ 

25  ,i 

35  „ 

30  „ 

35  ,. 

10  „ 


Total  Imports. 


Quantity. 


l^c.  per  sq.  in. 

Jc.  per  sq.  in. . 
lie.  per  sq.  in. 


1,485 


229,793 

278,113 
1,737 


Value. 


70,428 
9,242 
4,491 

13,449 


97,610 


11,657 
113,907 


Quantity. 


7,457 
24,684 
23,433 

7,187 

38,501 
3,560 
2,455 


5,605 
3,237 

i 

15,273; 
1,308 


134,266 
12,311 

25,441 1 
1,805 

254, 842 1 
34,820 
11,965 
1,308 
57,914 

5,308 


8,154 

1,308 
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Imported  into  Canada,  &c. — Continued. 


77 


ENTERED  FOR  HOME  CONSUMPTION. 


General  Tariff. 


Preferential  Tariff. 


Total. 


Duty. 


Quantity. 


ets. 


13,780  80 
2,023  35 
673  65 
4,457  95 


20,941  75 


3,475  50 
20,948  55 


1,825  00 
2.282  40 
5,382  75 
2,365  30 


10,025  70 
1,241  101. 
245  50 


1,121  00 
907  20 

1,527  30 
385  20 


39,909  00  . 
2.265  55 

4,781  25 
184  20 


75,109  50 
9,618  00 
1,196  50 
392  50 

11,194  50 

1,852  20 


3,247  19 

695  31 
26  05 


Value. 


66 
3,461 


689 


4,216 


72 
53,331 


Duty.  Quantity. 


cts. 


8  80 
807  62 


160  78 


Value. 


Duty 
Collected. 


69,000' 
9.242 
4.4911 

13.426 


977  20; . . . 


96.159 


14  40| 
12,444  32! 


:,5S 


150 
1,860 
2,070 
81 

5,027 

14 


213 


24 


2,299 
5,838 

6,316 


3,099 
L\44i> 


13,333 


20,589 
16 


1,260 


25  00 
124  001 
344  99 

18  90 

1,005  40 
3  27 


42  60 


4  80 


459  80 
1,362  21 

1,052  71 


619  80 

4  V!  8Q 


4,117  80 
3  74 


133  34 


1,485 


229,793 

278,113 
1,737 


11,657 
113,184 


7,450 
24,684 
23,601 

6,839 

38,446 
3,560 
2,455 


5,605 
3,237 

15,273 
1,308 


135,329 
12,311 

25,441 
1,842 

253,464 
34,509 
11,965 
1.308 
57,904 

5,308 


13,795  60 
2,830  97 
673  65 
4,618  73 


21,918  95 


5,154  3,380  53  28 


1,308 
45 


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1-2  EDWARD  VII.,  A.  1902 

No.  13. — Summary  Statement  of  Foreign  Merchandise 


Articles. 


DUTIABLE  GOODS — Con. 

Metal,  N.E.S.,  and  manufactures  of — 

Type  for  printing,  including  chases,  quoins 

and  slugs  of  all  kinds   $ 

Type  metal   n 

Pewter,  platina  and  metal  composition,  N,E.S  n 
Wire  of  all  kinds,  except  iron  or  steel,  N.O.P.  Lbs. 
Wire,   twisted,  &c,  except  iron  or  steel, 

N.E.S   $ 


Total  metals  and  manufactures  of 


Milk,  condensed   Lbs. 

Mineral  substances  not  otherwise  provided  for — 
Asbestos,  in  any  form  other  than  crude,  and 

all  manufactures  of   $ 

Blacklead     n 

Mineral  and    bituminous    substances  not 

otherwise  provided  for  .   n 

Plumbago,  not  ground  or  otherwise  manu- 
factured  i 

Plumbago,   ground   and   manufactures  of, 
N.E.S     n 


Total  mineral  substanees. 


Mineral  and  aerated  waters,  N.E.S. .. . 

Mosaic  flooring  of  any  material  

Mucilage  


No. 


Musical  instruments,  viz. : — 

Brass  band  instruments . .  

Cabinet  organs ...   , 

Parts  of  organs    $ 

Pipe  organs   No. 

Pianofortes   u 

Pianos,  parts  of   $ 

Other  musical  instruments,  N.E.S   it 


Total  musical  instruments. 


Mustard  cake  Lbs. 

n       ground     ....  h 

ii       French,  liquid  Galls. 

Total,  mustard,  &c  


General 
Tariff  Rates 
of  Duty. 


20  p.c. 


30  p.c 
20  „ 

25  I. 


3£c.  per  lb 


20  p.c 
30  „ 
25  n 


Oils: 

Mineral — 

Coal  and  kerosene,  distilled,  purified  or 
refined,  naphtha  and  petroleum,  N.E.S. Galls. 

Products  of  petroleum,  N.E.S     •  -  •   » 

Crude  petroleum,  fuel  and  gas  oils  (other 
than  naphtha,  benzine  or  gasoline),  when 
imported  by  manufacturers  (other  than 
oil  refiners),  for  use  in  their  own  factories, 
for  fuel  purposes  or  for  the  manufacture 
of  gas   M 

Illuminating  oils,  composed  wholly  or  in 
part  of  the  products  of  petroleum,  coal, 
shale  or  lignite,  costing  more  than  30c. 
per  gall   » 


15  p.c. 
25  n  . 
35    ..  . 


5c.  per  gall 
5c. 


2£c. 
25  p.c. 


Total  Imports. 


Quantity. 


4,706 


1,118,617 


223 


15 
577 


2,340 
552,673 
34,805 


9,976,922 
327,891 


362,942 


11,215 


Value. 


76,890 
7,472 
882 
8,454 


75,892 


99,434 


50,288 
25,829 

20,042 

2,357 

11,135 


109,651 


74,271 
3,523 
12,152 


26,164 
13,687 
18,887 
2,111 
101,185 
144,194 
108,903 


415,131 


52 
82,372 
6,742 


89,166 


810,780 
34,418 


27,498 


4,115 


Quantity . 


4,618 


1,052,667 


222 


15 

559 


2,340 
250,249 
35,753 


9,232,165 
326,335 


362,942 


8,863 


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Entered  fob  Home  Consumption. 


General  Tariff. 


Preferential  Tariff. 


Total. 


Value. 


Duty. 


Quantity .  Value 


Duty. 


Quantity 


Value. 


Duty 
Collected. 


47,723 
5,810 
662 
8,430 


692,673 
93,706 

49,786 
18,320 

16,946 
2,357 
9,637 

97,046 


62,354 
2,342 
12,020 


22,033 
13,769 
18,730 
2.111 
98,091 
145,510 
106,417 


406,061 


52 
14,456 
6,752 

21,260 


780,937 
33,241 


27,498 


3,137 


$  cts. 


9,544  60 
581  00 
198  60 

1,686  00 

1  75 


Ss 


S  cts. 


29,167 
1,662 
220 
24 


S  cts. 


3,888  99 
110  80 
44  00 
3  20 


4,706 


s  cts. 


76,890 
7,472 
883 
8,454 


189,792  15 


S2.37S 


13,855  15 


34,211  96 


n>.f.21 


4,486 


1,486  76  1,121, 


775,051 
98,192 


12,446  50 
4,58o  00 

3,389  20 

235  70 

2,409  25 


1,043 
7,326 

6,503 


173  86 
1,221  21 

867  08 


23,060  65 


12,470  80 
702  60 
3,005  00 


5,508  25 
4,1.?0  70 
4,682  50 
633  30 
29,427  30 
36,377  50 
31,925  10 


1,379 


229  86 


50,829 
25,646 

23,449 

2,357 

11,016 


16,251 


2,492  01 


113,297 


8,418 
322 
132 


1,122  45 
64  40 
2,203 


70,772 
2,664 
12,152 


112,684  65 


7  80 
3,614  00 
2,363  20 


5,985  00 


461.608  25 
16,316  77 


9,073  50 


1" 


3,176 
243 
157 

529  38 
48  60 
26  17 

223 

 is 

569 

1,540 
184 

687 

308  00 
30  67 
137  40 

5,987 

1,080  22 

325,037 


73,109         12184  95 


73,109         12,184  95 


1,846 


1,221 


2,34(i 
575,286 
35,753 


9,232,165 
61  54  ,  328,181 


362,942 


784  251 


2>2S 


1,076 


179  35 


11,691 


25,209 
14,012 
18,887 
2.111 
99,631 
145,694 
107,104 


412,648 


52 
6,752 


94,369 


780,937 
34,462 


27,498 


4,213 


I  cts. 


13,433  59 
691  80 
242  60 
1,689  20 

1  75 


203,647  30 


35,698  72 


12,620  36 
5,801  21 

4,256  28 

235  70 

2,639  11 


25,552  66 


13,593  25 
767  00 
3,027  03 


7 
8 

9 

to 

11 


12 
13 
14 


6,037  63  15 

4,179  30  16 

4,708  67  17 

6*3  30  18 


29,735  30 
86,408  17 
32,062  50 


113,764  87 


7  80 
15,798  95 
2,363  20 


18,169  95 


461,608  25 
16,378  31 


9,073  50 


963  60  28 


lit 

20 
21 


27 


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1-2  EDWARD  VII.,  A.  1902 

No.  13. — Summary  Statement  of  Foreign  Merchandise 


Articles. 


General 
Tariff  Rates 
of  Duty. 


Total  Imports. 


Quantity. 


Value. 


Quantity. 


DUTIABLE  GOODS —  Con. 

Oils- 
Animal — 

Lard  oil   Galls. 

Neatsfoot     ii 

Other  animal  oil,  N.E.S   n 

Vegetable — 

Castor   it 

Cotton  seed,  crude   >■ 

ii         refined  . . . ,   n 

Flaxseed  or  linseed,  raw  or  boiled   n 

Olive,  N.E.S  

Sesame  seed  i 

Vegetable  oil,  N.E.S    .. 

Lubricating  oils  composed  wholly  or  in  part 
of  petroleum  and  costing  less  than  25c.  per 
gallon  i 

All  other  lubricating  oils,  N.E.S  

Essential    " 

All  other  oils,  N.E.S  


25  p.c. 
25 
20 


5c.  per  gall. 
25  p.c 


Total  oils 


Oiled  silk  and  cloth,  and  tape  or  other  textile, 
india-rubbered,  flocked  or  coated,  N.O.P.  .Sq.  yds. 

Oil  cloth,  enamelled  carriage,  floor,  shelf  and 
table  oil  cloth,  cork  matting  or  carpets  and 
linoleum   " 

Optical,  philosophical,  photographic  and  ma- 
thematical instruments,  N.E.S   $ 

Spectacles  and  eye  glasses   n 

ii                  I,        frames    and  metal 
parts  thereof   i< 

Packages  ,  ■ 

Paints  and  colours — 

Brocade  and  bronze  powders  and  gold  liquid 
paints   it 

Colours,  dry,  N.E.S   Lbs. 

Colours  and  paints,  pulped  or  ground  in  oil 
or  other  liquids,  and  all  liquid,  prepared  or 
ready-mixed  paints,  N.E.S   n 

Dry  white  and  red  lead,  orange  mineral  and 
zinc  white  ...    " 

Ochres,  ochrey  earths  and  raw  siennas   » 

Oxides,  fire  proofs,  umbers  and  burnt  siennas, 
N.E.S   .   ....  - 

Paints,  ground  or  mixed  in,  or  with,  either 
japan,  varnish,  lacquers,  liquid  driers,  col- 
lodion, oil  finish  or  oil  varnish   n 

Paints  and  colours,  and  rough  stuff  and  fillers, 
anti-corrosive  and  anti-fouling  paints  com- 
monly used  for  ships'  hulls,  N.E.S   n 

Paris  green,  dry     " 

Paints  and  colours  ground  in  spirits,  and  all 
spirits  varnishes  and  lacquers  Galls. 

Putty       Lbs. 

Total  paints  


30  p.c. 


3d 


•25 


25 


25  1 1 
10  ,i 


30,282 
11,900 
2,069 

46,584 
123,357 
715,913 
778,982 

25,238 
620 

37,500 


145,507 
239,238 
22,536 
65,322 


13,411 
7,940 
951 

25,828 

38,305 
211,489 
441,048 

30,130 
346 

21,854 


136,226 
77,433 
83,719 
23,576 


13,922,018 


1,989,067 


242,351 
948,105 


900,831 


2,139,225 

10,307,548 
805,509 

1,270,278 


56,766 


79,668 


344,037 

159,022 
9,359 

46,861 
699,985 


32,680 
59,219 


131,131 

462,353 
7,849 

18,924 
3,960 


$1.12^c.pe»gaL 

20  p.  c.  . 


250,972 

15,749 

188,034 

323,583 

31,898 

64,947 

457 

1,534 

406 

238,996 

3,544 

221,257 

768,836 

32,781 
11,900 
1,499 

9,321 
123,357 
712,188 
44,053 
21,068 
620 
34,677 


1,147,843 
200,025 
22,253 
38,238 

12,330,128 


178,129 
106,632 


899,117 

1,719,629 

7,563,723. 
677,094 

673,281 
54,309 


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Imported  into  Canada,  &c. — Continued. 


Entered  fob  Home  Consumption. 


General  Tariff. 


Preferential  Tariff. 


Value. 


14,729 
7,940 
793 

4,607 
38,305 
210,096 
20,981 
23,512 
346 
20,717 


135,530 
63.904 
82,155 
15,359 


54,138 


31,447 

147.184 

9,329 

46,750 
648,765 


31,033 
49,663 


98,222 

345,013 
5,984 

9,378 


3,531 


10,106 
8,342 

1,367 
3,310 

565,949 


Duty.  Quantity. 


$  cts. 


3,682  25 
1,985  00 
158  60 

921  40 
7,661  00! 
42,019  20 
5,245  25 
4,702  40 
86  50 
4,143  40 


57,392  32 
15,976  061 
8,215  501 
3,071  80 


10 

40,955 


713,945 
5,464 


3,040 


i2.y.v> 

395 
26.595 


Value. 


16,241  40 


9,434  10 

36,795  96 
2,798  70 

9,350  00 
129,753  00 


7,758  25 
9,932  60 


24,555  50 

17,250  45 
1,196  80 

2,344  50 


882  75 


2,526  50 
834  20 

457  35 
662  00 

68,400  90 


64,812 
832,233 


95,709 


446,659 

2,677,878 
128,415 

613,277 


2,154 


74,638 
270,226 

60 
17,739 


16 
22,060 


415,521 
6,585 


1,390 


4,529 
1,987 
7,504 


1,483,787        643,043  45      808,033  461,889 


25,804 


309,441 

11,588 
30 

111 
27.634 


1,847: 

9,388 


33,359 

116,355 
1,865 

10,010 


393 


5,092 
24,168 

153 
234 

2i.t2,894 


Dutv. 


$  cts. 


Total. 


Quantity.  '  Value. 


Duty 
Collected. 


2  13 
2,941  45 


69,253  91 
878  12 


185  35 


754  88 
132  55 
1,000  60 


32,781 
11,900 
1.509 

50,276 
123.357 
712.188 

7-7. 99> 

26,532 
620 
37,717 


1,147.843 
212.9841 
22.M4N 

64,833 


75,389  88  13,138,161 


5,160  80 

61,888  20 

1,931  62  . 
6  00! 


242,941 
938,865 


14  81 

3,685 


307  86 
1,251  82, 


994,826 


5,560  04  2,166,288 

3,878  70  10,241,601 
24s  6s  805.509 

1,673  47  1,286,558 


65  49 


848  70 
1,611  20 

37  50 
31  20 

15,514  66 


56,463 


2f.2.f.72 
335,173 

456 
238,996 


14.729 
7,940 
809 

26,66" 

38,305 
210,096 
436,502 

30,097 
346 

22,107 


135,530 
68,433 
84,142 
22,*03 


1,945,676 


79,942 


340,888 

158,772 
9,359 

46,861 
676,399 


32,880 
59,051 


131,581 

461,368 
7,849 

19,418 


3,924 


15,198 
32,510 

1,520 
3,544 

768,843) 


cts. 


3,682  25 
1.9>5  00 
160  73 

3,802  85 

7,661  00 
42,019  20 
74,499  16 

5,580  52 
86  50 

4.328  75 


1 

2 
3 

4 

5 
6 
7 

8 

9 
10 


57,392  32  11 

16,730  94i  12 

8,348  05  13 

4.072  40  14 


718,433  33 


21,402  20 


7L322  30 

38,727  58 
2,804  70 


15 


16 

17 
18 


9,364  81  19 
133,438  20  20 


8,066  11 
11,184  42 


30,115  54  23 


21 
■2-2 


21,129  15 
1,445  48 

4,017  97 
948  24 


3.375  20 
2,445  40 


24 

25 


26 
27 


28 

29 


494  85  30 
693  20;  31 

83,915  56 


11— i — 6 


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No.  13. — Summary  Statement 


i 

1-2  EDWARD  VII.,  A.  1902 

of  Foreign  Merchandise 


Articles. 


DUTIABLE  GOODS —  Con. 

Paper  and  manufactures  of,  N.E.S.: — 

Albumenized  and  other  papers  and  films 

chemically  prepared  for  photographers'  use  $ 

Bags  or  sacks,  printed  or  not   <• 

Cards  for  playing  Packs. 

ilendered,  including  writing  and  note  paper, 

ruled   .   t 

Card  board,  paste  board,  in  sheets  or  cut  to 

size,  N.E.S   -. 

Envelopes  Thousand 

Paper,  felt  or  strawboard,  tarred   $ 

n  ii  not  tarred   n 

Hangings  or  wall  paper  Rolls  of  8  yds. 

Borders  or  bordering  

Leather  board,  leatheroid,  and  manufactures 

of   $ 

Mill  board,  not  straw  board   u 

Union  collar  cloth  paper,  in  rolls  or  sheets, 

not  glossed  or  finished   h 

Union  collar  cloth  paper,  in  rolls  or  sheets, 

glossed  or  finished   h 

Papeteries,  pads  not  printed,  papier  mache 

ware,  N.O.P.,  and  manufactures  of  paper, 

N.E.S   1 1 

Printing  paper  Lbs. 

Ruled,  border  and  coated  and  boxed  papers .  $ 

Straw  board,  in  sheets  or  rolls   Lbs. 

Wrapping     h 

All  kinds,  N.E.S    $ 

Total  paper  and  manufactures  of   


Paraffine  wax   Lbs. 

Pencils,  lead,  in  wood  or  otherwise  ,  $ 

Pens,  penholders  and  rulers,  of  all  kinds    n 

Perfumery,  non-alcoholic,  viz.: — 

Hair  oil,  tooth  and  other  powders  and  washes, 
pomatums,  pastes,  and  all  other  perfumed 
preparations,  NO. P.,  used  for  the  hair, 
mouth  or  skin   n 

Photographic  dry  plates   Sq.  ft. 

Picture  and  photograph  frames  of  any  material  $ 


Pickles,  in  bottles,  jars  or  similar  vessels. 
Pickles,  in  bulk  


Galls, 


Total  pickles. 


Plants  and  trees,  viz. : — 

Apple  trees  

Cherry  trees  

Currant  bushes  

Fruit,  shade,  lawn  and  ornamental  trees, 

shrubs  and  plants,  N.E.S  

Gooseberry  bushes  

Grape  vines  

Peach  trees  

Pear  trees  

Plum  trees  


No. 


No. 


General 
Total  Rates 
of  Duty. 


30  p.  c  

25  

6c.  per  pack 


35  p.  c. 

35  ii  . 

35  ii  . 

25  ii 

25  „  . 

35  ,.  . 

35  „  . 

25  .,  . 

10  „  . 

15  i.  . 

20  ii  . 


30  p. 
25  , 
25  , 


each 
p.  c. 


each 


Total  Imports. 


Quantity. 


372,685 


25,490 


1,209,559 
12,189 


7,476,297 

B4L3ii 
723,382 


118,848 


215,346 


149,459 
39,812 


189,271 


30,046 
3,551 
2,240 


2,719 
8,276 

45,918 
926 

18,420 


Value. 


112,409 
32,075 
34,645 

9,385 

38,132 
27,416 
33,177 
758 
111,757 
2,147 

18,022 
26,228 

1,920 

659 


446,762 
353,595 
17,429 
10,324 
25,755 
494,921 


1,797,516 


9,639 
105,165 
79,166 


55,8:50 
43,564 
62,865 


140,034 
18,323 


158,357 


2,972 
550 
53 

27,956 
109 
294 
2,237 
112 
1,844 


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Entered  kor  Home  Consumption. 


General  Tariff. 


Preferential  Tariff. 


Duty. 


108,862 
31,792 
29,047 

4,645 

35,697 
19,250 
33,106 
656 
105,225 
2,082 

17,878 
23,461 

1,920 

652 


364,122 
254,627 

13,685 
9,930 

24.945 
375,724 


1,457,306 


40,580 
11,135: 


51,715 


2,945 
550 
24 

26,933; 
24' 
294 
2,237 
112j 
1,815' 
11 


Value.  Duty. 


Quantity . 


8  cts. 


32,658  40 
7,948  00 
19,041  00 

1,625  75 


42,795 


5,137 


12,493  95 
6,737  50 
8,276  50 
164  00 

36,828  75  44,352 

728  70  1,065 


4,469  50  . 
2,34*!  10  . . 


188  00 
130  40 


127,442  68 
63,  356  75 
4,789  75 
2,482  50 
6,236  25 
93,931  00 


1,805,451 


Value. 


3,571 
204 
4,463 

4,766 

2,410 
8,369 

71 
102 
4,902 

65 

144 
2,767 


Duty. 


S  cts. 


714  20 
34  02 
1,711  64 

1,112  15 

562  36 
1,929  34 
11  97 
17  00 
1,143  86 
15  17 

24  00 
184  46 


19,000 
16,656 


81,716 
101,459 
4,449 
394 
795 
126,065 


432,275  48 


346,618 


9,174 

2,752 

20 

101,393 

25,348 

2.". 

59,652 

14,912 

ss 

47,004 

14,101 

20 

36,744 

11,023 

20 

55,510 

16,653 

10 

3,610: 


38,118 


465 
3.062 
19,785 


S.4'.<4 
6,712 
7,022 


14,203  00 
3,897  25 


100,819 
8,094 


98,505 
7,367 


18,100  25      108,913  105,872 


898  80 
106  53 
4  80 

5,386  60 
4  80 
58  80 
1,377  54 
27  78 
549  60 


88 


100 


8,000 


1,016 

85 


100 


29 


93 


19,067  52 
16,910  01 
1,038  16 
65  67 
132  53 
21,011  70 


Quantity .  Value. 


Duty 
Collected. 


360,145 


26,586 


1,184,838 
12,189 


r,  534, 558 


65,686  69 


93  00 
510  42 
3,297  80 


1,698  80 
1,342  40 
1,404  36 


22,985  55 
1,719  09 


24,704  64 


1  72 
"387 

135  49 
11  33 


2  00 


541,311 
724,082 


118,848 


112,433 
31,9% 
33,510 

9,411 

38,107 
27,518 
33,177 
758 
110,127 
2,147 

18,022 
26,228 

1,920 

659 


445,838 
356,086 
18,134 
10,324 
25,740 
501,789 


1,808,984 


213,087 


146,619 
41,381 


188,000 


30,046 
3,551 
2,240 


2,719 
8,276 

45,918 
926 

18,420 


9,639 
104,455 
79,437 


55,498 
43,456 
62,532 


139,085 
18,502 


157,587 


8  cts. 


33,372  60 
7,982  02 
20,752  64 

2,737  90 

13,Oc6  31 
8,666  84 
8,288  47 
181  00 
37,972  61 
743  87 

4,493  50 
2,530  56 

288  00 

131  33 


146,510  20 
80,566  76 
5,827  91 
2,548  17 
6,368 

114,942  70 


497,962  17 


2,845  20 
25,858  67 
18,210  68 


15,800  00 
12,365  60 
18,057  46 


37,188  55 
5,616  34 


2,972 
550 
53 

27,949 
109 
294 

2,237 
112 

1,844 


42,804  89 


900  52 
106  53 
8  67 

5,522  09 
16  13 
58  80 

1,377  54 
27 
551  60 


5 
6 
7 
8 
9 
10 

11 

12 

13 
14 


IB 
16 
17 
18 
19 
20 


88 
SO 
31 

32 
33 
34 
35 
36 
37 


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1-2  EDWARD  VII.,  A.  1902 

No.  13. — Summary  Statement  of  Foreign  Merchandise 


Articles. 


dutiable  goods — Continued. 

Plants  and  trees- 
Raspberry  bushes     No. 

Rose  bushes   h 

Total,  trees  and  plants  


20  p. 
20  .. 


Plaster  of  Paris,  or  gypsum,  ground,  not  cal- 
cined..   . .   Brls. 

Plaster  of  Paris,  or  gypsum,  calcined  or  manu- 
factured  .  Cwt. 

Total,  plaster  of  Paris. ...   


Plates,  engraved  on  wood,  steel  or  on  other 
metal,  and  transfers  taken  from  the  same,  in- 
cluding engravers'  plates,  of  steel  polished, 
engraved  or  for  engraving  thereon   $ 

Pocket  books  and  purses,  reticules  and  musical 
instrument  cases.     ri 

Polish  or  composition,  knife  and  other,  N.O.P.  h 

Pomades,  French  or  flower  odours,  &c,  im- 
ported in  tins  of  not  less  than  ten  pounds 

each   Lbs. 

M  ii  h  all  other  h 

Post  office  parcels  and  packages   $ 

Precious  stones,  N.E.S.,  polished  but  not  set, 
pierced  or  otherwise  manufactured,  and  imi- 
tations thereof   ii 

Printing  presses,  printing  machines,  folding 
machines,  bookbinders',  book-binding,  ruling, 
embossing  and  paper  cutting  machines   No. 

Parts  of  preceding  item   $ 

Total,  printing  presses   .... 


Provisions,  N.E.S.  :— 

Butter  

Cheese  :  

Lard  

Lard  compound  and  similar  substances, 
cotolene  and  animal  stearine  of  all  kinds, 
N.E.S..  

Total,  provisions,  N.E.S  


Lbs. 


Meats,  viz.  : — 

Bacon  and  hams,  shoulders  and  sides   Lbs. 

Beef,  salted,  in  barrels  i 

Canned  meats  and  canned  poultry  and  game.  m 
Extracts  of  meats  and  fluid  beef  not  medi- 
cated, and  soups   $ 

Mutton  and  lamb,  fresh   Lbs. 

Pork,  barrelled,  in  brine.    >i 

Poultry  and  game,  N.O.P   .  $ 

Dried  or  smoked  meats,  and  meats  preserved 
in  any  other  way  than  salted  or  pickled, 

N.E.S   Lbs. 

Other  meats,  fresh   « 

Other  meats,  salted,  N.E.S   n 

Total,  meats  


General 
Tariff  Rates 
of  Duty. 


15  p.  c  

12^c.  per  1001 


20  p.  c. 

30  .,  . 
25   ii  . 


15  ii 
30  m 


10  p.  c. 


10  .. 
10  „ 


4c.  per  lb. 
3c.  ,i 
2c.     ii  . 


So. 


per  lb. 
p.  c  ... 


per  lb. 

p.  c... 


per  lb. 


Total  Imports. 


Quantity . 


Value. 


41,741 
11,978 


218 
5,022 


5,034 
50 


1,474 


1,445,627 
5,581,664 
1,798,268 


117,704 


6,476,014 
2,277,783 
2,150,022 


420,041 
6,765,294 


270,151 
445,824 
282,941 


432 
549 


37,108 


1,097 
3,978 


5  075 


2,650 

94,304 
42,456 


6,627 
23 

546,604 
77,553 


285,522 
67,950 


353,472 


335,632 
610,127 
167,392 


9,103 


1,122,254 


726,225 
108,811 
249,150 

50,471 
21,147 
460,277 
54,277 


25,106 
45,770 
25,013 

1,766,247 


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Imported  into  Canada,  &c. — Continued. 


85 


Entered  for  Home  Consumption. 


eral  Tariff. 


Preferential  Tariff. 


Total. 


Value. 


432 
379 


35, 745 


1,097 
3,887 


4,984 


2,592 

84,670 
40,340 


6,627 
12 

475,312 


67,662 


Dutv. 


Quantity . 


Value. 


Duty. 


Quantity.!    Value.   |  | 


86  40   

75  80,  1,770 


8,577  45 


164  55 
612  27 


776  82 


122 


518  40 

25,401  00 
10,085  00 


994  05 
3  60 
114,513  23 


6,766  20 


170 


1,356 


n 


91 


cts. 


 I  41,741 

22  67|  11,978 


432 
549 


177  08 


10  25 


218 
5,022 


10  25 


51 

9,525 
2,027 


6  80 

1,905  00  . 
337  89 


11 

71,292 


9,891| 


2  20 
15,285  84 

659  40 


5,034 
50 


37,101 


1,097 

3,978' 


5,075 


2,643 

94,195 
42,367 


6,627 
23 

546,604 
77,553 


ct.-. 


86  40 
98  47 


8,754  53 


164  55 
622  52|  4 


791  07 


525  20 

27,306  00 
10,422  89 


994  05 
5  80 
129,799  07 


7,425  60 


11 


281,813 
67,548 


349,361 


28,181  30 
6.754  80 


14 


3,709 

381 


247  29 

25  81 


1,474 


285.522 
67,935 


34,936  10 


4,0%; 


273  10 


353,457 


28,428  59 
6,780  61 


35,209  20 


278.580 
41,970 
149.064 


8,843 
478,457 


713,811 
73,355 
190,145 

45,721 
6.333 
437.802 
54.256 


23,704 
45.770 
24,816 


44.624  92 
8,416  66 
32,547  11 


2,274  08 


87,862  77 


125,353  34 
30,940  12 
47,536  25 

11,430  25 
2,216  55 
128,213  52 
10,851  10 


4,996  49 
13,374  71 
5,578  82 


31,016 
5,897 


6,950 
1,534 


8,484 


479 

227,459 


360,662 


10,929 


1,615,773       380,491  15 


114 

23461 

6,312 
16,073 


827  09    1,146,639  285,530 
117  97      286,452  43,504 
1,627,355  149,064 


113,704 


945  06 


8,843 


486,941 


6  39 


6,268,154 

 I  1,547,006 

3,860  33  1,815,783 


1,052  13 
3,749  84 


579 


46.239 


450,952 
6,410,676 


218  58 


249,823 
456,753 
278,941 


8,887  27 


45,452  01  14 
8,534  63  15 
32.547  11  16 


2.274  08 


88,807  83 


17 


713,925: 

125,359  73 

18 

73,355 

30,940  12 

19 

213.306. 

51,396  58 

20 

52,^33 

12,482  38 

21 

22.4i.Ki 

5,966  39 

22 

437,862' 

128,213  52 

23 

54,256, 

10,861  10 

24 

23,704' 

4,996  49 

25 

46,349 

13,593  29 

26 

24,816 

5,578  82 

27 

1,662,012        389,378  42 


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1-2  EDWARD  VII.,  A.  1902 

No.  13. — Summary  Statement  of  Foreign  Merchandise 


Articles. 


General 
Tariff  Rates 
of  Duty. 


Total  Imports. 


Quantity. 


Value. 


Quantity . 


DUTIABLE  GOODS — Con. 

Quills,  N.E.S  

Regalia  and  badges  

Ribbons,  N.E.S.  (except  silk)  

Railway  or  travelling  rugs,  and  lap  dusters 

of  all  kinds  

Sails  for  boats  and  ships   . 


Salt,  coarse,  N.E.S    Lbs. 

Salt,  fine,  in  bulk   ■< 

Salt,  N.E.S.,  in  bags,  barrels  or  other  pack 


20  p.  c. 
35  ii  . 
35  „  . 

30  „  . 
25  „  . 


5c.  per  100  lbs. 
5c.  M 

7^c  


6,922,504 
2,391,400 

1,935,784 


Total,  salt. 


Sand  paper,  glass,  flint  and  emery  paper  and 
emery  cloth  


Sauces  and  catsups,  in  bottles  Galls 

ii  in  bulk  i 


25  p.  c. 


59,935 
15,084 


Total  sauces. 


75,019 


Soy  Galls 

Sausage  casings,  N.E.S   $ 

Seeds,  viz. : — 

Garden,  field  and  other  seeds  for  agricultural 
or  other  purposes,  N.O.P.,  when  in  bulk  or 
in  large  parcels   n 

Garden,  field  and  other  seeds  for  agricultural 
or  other  purposes,  N.O.P.,  when  in  small 
papers  or  parcels   .  i< 

Bulbous  roots,  N.O.P.   ■■ 


35  p.  c. 
20  „ 


10  - 


25  ,. 
20  „ 


31,607 


Total  beeds. 


Ships  and  other  vessels,  built  in  any  foreign 
country,  hull,  rigging  and  all  appurtenan- 
ces, except  machinery   

Ships'  boilers,  steam  engines  and  other  ma- 
chinery  ,  

Ships  and  vessels,  repairs  on    


10  p.  c  

25    -,  ... 
According  to 
material 


Total  ships,  &c. 


Signs  of  any  material,  framed  or  not,  and  let- 
ters of  any  material  for  signs  or  similar 
use  


Silk  and  manufactures  of  :- 

Fabrics  

Handkerchiefs  

Hosiery,  N.E.S   

Blouses  and  shirt  waists . 

Clothing  

Ribbons  


30  p.  -c. 


145 

6,214 
25,812 

56,760 
2,149 


19,826 
5,185 

8,408 


33,419 


46,310 


72,813 
4,961 


77,774 


5,872 
54,360 


575,719 


5,621 
754 


582,094 


258,561 
70,713 
99 


329,373 


19,278 


2,363,128 
115,368 
3,288 
13,185 
241,909 
617,816 


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Imported  into  Canada,  &c. —  Continued. 


87 


Entered  for  Home  Consumption. 


General  Tariff. 


Preferential  Tariff. 


Total. 


Value. 


135: 
5,712 
25,811 . 

25,801! 
1,846 


Duty. 


Quantity.  Value. 


<  ct-. 

27  00 
1,999  20  . 
9,033  85  . 

7,740  38 
461  50 


10 

502 
263 

31, 622 
303 


1  Quantity.    Value.  ofed. 


1  34 
117  13 
61  37 

6,324  40 
50  50 


145 
6,214 
26,074 

57,423 
2,149i 


8  cts. 

28  34 
2,116  33 
9,095  22 


14,064  78  4 
512  OO!  5 


20,494' 
5,185 

8,403 


34,082 


45,673 


29,721 
3,874 


33,595; 


3,649  25 
1,195  70 

1,451  87 


200 


0  10 


6,296  82 


0  10 


7. 29s.  504 
2,391,4001 

1,935,784 


20,494 
5,185 

8.408 


34,087 


1L418  25' . . 


10,  402  35 
1,355  10 


31,218 
481 


11,757  45 


31,699 


637 


4>;.»;s; 
979 


106  13  . 


46,3101 


10,894  09; 
227  30 


63.809 
15,157 


76,408 

4,853 


47.»;«3 


11,121  39' 


78,966  81,261 


3,649  25;  6 
1,195  70  7 


1,451  9; 


6,296  92 


11,524  38 


21,296  44 
1,582  40 


22,878  84 


10 
11 


5,872; 
44,953 


2,055  20 
8,990  60 


S.92.5 


1,190  02 


31,607 


5,872 
53,878 


2,055  20  12 
10,180  62  13 


533,524 


5,570 
754 


539,848 


258,561! 
70,713' 
99 


53,352  40 


1,392  50 
150  80 


2,095 
206 


139  69 
34  34 


54,895  70 


2,301 


174  03 


535,619 


5,776 
754 


542,149 


25,856  lOl 
17,678  25 
24  75 


258,561 
70,713 
99 


53,492  09 


1,426  84 
150  80 


55,069  73 


25,856  10 
17,678  25 
24  7i 


14 


329,373 


15,440 


43,559  10  . 


329,373 


4,631  40 


3.S20 


764  00 


19,260 


43,559  10 


5,395  40  20 


-I 

675,905  96-  21 
36,896  07  22 
817  77j  23 
4,300  46  24 
71,900  88 j  25 
212,867  791  26 


2,039,550 
83,616 
433 
10,491 
126,9661 
590,185; 


611,865  00 
29,266  10 
151  55 
3,671  85 
44,438  20 
206,564  75 


320209 
32,699 
2,855 
2,694 
117,695 
27,012 


64,040  96 
7,629  97 
666  22 
628  61 
27,462  68 
6,303  04 


2,359,753 
116,315 
3,288 
13,185 
244,661 
617,197 


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1-2  EDWARD  VII.,  A.  1902 

No.  13. — Summary  Statement  of  Foreign  Merchandise 


Articles. 


DUTIABLE  GOODS — Con. 

Silk  and  manufactures  of  — 
Silk  in  the  gum  or  spun,  not  more  advanced 
than  singles,  tram  and  thrown  organ  zine, 

not  coloured  Lbs. 

Sewing  and  embroidery  silk  and  silk  twist. .  $ 

Shawls  i 

Shirts  Doz. 

Silk  and  all  manufactures  of,  not  otherwise 
provided  for,  or  of  which  silk  is  the  com- 
ponent part  of  chief  value,  N.E.S   $ 

Socks  and  stockings  ,  .  .  ..Doz.  prs. 

Undershirts  and  drawers   $ 

Velvets,  velveteens,  plush  fabrics,  N.E.S  Yds. 

Total  silks  ,  ...   


General 
Tariff  Rates 
of  Duty. 


Total  Imports. 


Quantity. 


15  p.  c . 
25  „ 
30  „ 
35  „ 


Slate,  and  manfactures  of  : 

Mantels   $ 

Roofing  slate  Squares. 


School  writing  slates  

Slate  pencils  

Slate,  and  manufactures  of,  N.E.S. 


No. 


30  p.  c  

25    n  not  over 
75c  per  sq 

25  p.  c  

25   „  ... 
30  ., 


Total  slate. 


Soap — 

Common  or  laundry   Lbs. 

Castile,  mottled  or  white   h 

Common  soft  or  liquid    

Harness   n 

Toilet  

Soap,  N.E.S.,  including  pumice,  silver  and 

mineral  soaps,  sapolio  and  other  like  articles  n 
Pearline  and  other  soap  powders   n 


Total  soap  

Spices  : — 

Ginger  and  spices  of  all  kinds  (N.E.S.),  un- 

ground    Lbs. 

ii  it  M  ground.  n 

Ginger,  preserved    h 

Nutmegs  and  mace   .  n 


Total  spices . 


Spirits  and  wines,  viz.  : — 

Amyl  alcohol  or  fusel  oil,  or  any  substance 
known  as  potato  spirit  or  potato  oil   Galls. 

Ethyl  alcohol,  or  the  substance  known  as 
alcohol,  hydrated  oxide  of  ethyl,  or  spirits 
of  wine  .   m 

Methyl  alcohol,  wood  alcohol,  wood  naphtha, 
pyroxylic  spirits,  wood  spirits,  or  methy- 
lated spirits   n 

Absinthe   n 

Arrack  or  palm  spirit   h 

Brandy,  including  artificial  brandy  and  imi- 
tations of  brandy   » 

Cordials  and  liqueurs  of  all  kinds,  N.E.S.  ; 
mescal,  pulque,  rum  shrub,  schiedam  and 
other  schnapps  ;  tafia,  angostura  and  simi- 
lar alcoholic  bitters  or  beverages   » 


per  lb . 
p.c  .... 


12£  p.c 
25  .,  . 
30  „  . 
25    „  . 


.  40  per  gall. 


2,823 


39 


538 
578,347 


11,678 
r97,126 


2,779,441 
701,172 
73,605 
11,502 
498,477 

582,922 
1,351,239 


5,998,358 


1,760,858 
304,526 
74,193 
106,483 


2,216,060 


242 
118,269 


415 
1,459 


245,785 


Value. 


Quantity . 


6,181 
25,757 
2,501 
824 


96,789 
2,295 
1,229 
233,523 


3,723,793 


162 

38,009 
17,548 
4,361 
12,084 


72,164 


132,331 
34,889 
3,048 
1,089 
92,929 

43,455 
58,438 


366,179 


166,648 
31,186 
5,905 
23,548 


227,287 


218 
22,646 


137 
1,896 
16 

393,556 


22,375       57,273  19,79 


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SESSIONAL  PAPER  No.  11 


Imported  into  Canada,  &c. — Continued. 


Entered  for  Home  Consumption. 

J5 
3 

3 

5? 

General  Tariff. 

Preferential  Tariff. 

Total. 

Valne. 

2,800 
10,370 
1.937 

339 

59,933 
303 
1.202 
124,465 

Duty. 

Quantity. 

Value.  Duty. 

Quantity .  Value. 

Duty 
Collected. 

$  cts. 

420  00 

2,592  50 
581  10 
118  65 

20,976  55 
106  05 
420  70 

37,339  50 

1,669 
24 

294 
324,408 

8                 $  cts. 

3,381             338  10 
15,419i          2,569  94 
349              69  80 
485             113  17 

35,329          8,243  81 
1,463             341  40 
27                6  30 
113,822         22,764  40 

2,823 
39 

366 
585,204 

6,181 
25,789 
2,286 
824 

95,262 
1,766 
1,229 
238,287 

8  cts. 

758  10 
5,162  44 
650  90 
231  82 

29,220  36 
447  45 
427  00 

60,103  90 

1 

2 
3 
4 

I 

7 

8 

9 

10 
11 
12 
13 

14 
15 
16 
17 
18 

19 
20 

21 

22 
23 
24 

25 

26 

27 
28 
29 

30 
31 

3,052.590 

9o8,ol2  oO 

673,433        141,178  40 

3,726,023 

1,099,690  90 

162 

38,009 
17.547 
4.352 
12,070 

48  60 

8,593  56 
4,386  75 
1,088  00 
3,621  00 



162 

380,09 
17,548 
4,384 
12.084 

48  60 

8,593  56 
4,386  92 
1,093  33 
3.623  m 

11,678 
798,054 

6 

i 

32 
14 

0  17 
5  33 
2  80 

72,140 

17,737  91 

47 

8  30 

72,187 

17,746  21 

40,069 
34,432 
8,827 
815 
70,691 

39,131 
53.918 

241,883 

9,534  72 
7,647  43 
989  45 
203  75 
24,741  76 

13,695  85 
16,175  40 

1,783,272 
29,102 
6,353 
1,775 
118,441 

46,345 
91,428 

89.523          11. s.ss  :a 
1,414             291  19 
479j            111  77 
274              45  67 

22,902          5,343  92 

3,830             893  75 
4,408             881  60 

2,736,744 
723,553 
75,995 
11,502 
505,114 

582,831 
1,348,473 

129,592 
&5,846 
3,306 
1,089 
93,593 

42,961 
58,326 

21,423  63 
7,938  62 
1,101  22 
249  42 

30,085  68 

14,589  60 
17,057  00 

72,988  36 

2,076 

716 

122,830         19,456  81 

5,984,212 

364.713 

92,445  17 

63,042 
19,401 
4,868 
3,388 

7,882  20 
4,850  25 
1,460  40 
847  00 

1,142,145 

51,262 
5,359 
99,632 

109,944 
10,236 
893 
22,894 

9,161  58 
1.706  22 
178  60 

3,815  as 

1,856,994 
304,961 
77,893 
118,388 

172,986 
29,637 
5,761 
26,282 

17,043  78 
6,556  47 
1,639  00 
4,662  83 

90,699 

15,039  85 

1,298,398 

143,967 

14,862  23 

2,358,236 

234,666 

29,902  08 

218 

336 

57 
2,387 
190 

374,137 
48,266 

580  00 

1,380  87 

77  91 
3,674  43 
417  80 

548,558  06 
47,511  07 



242 

576 

33 
1,531 
174 

228.566 
19,796 

218 

336 

57 
2,387 
190 

374,137 
48,266 

580  00 

1,380  87 

77  91 
3,674  43 
417  80 

548,558  06 
47,511  07 

90 


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1-2  EDWARD  VII.,  A.  1902 

No.  13. — Summary  Statement  of  Foreign  Merchandise 


Articles. 


Dutiable  Goods — Continued. 

Spirits  and  wines — 

Gin  of  all  kinds,  N.E.S  Galls. 

Rum.  . .    m 

Whisky     m 

All  spirituous  or  alcoholic  liquors,  N.O.P. . .  n 
Spirits  and  strong  waters  of  any  kind,  mixed 
with  any  ingredient  or  ingredients,  as  being 
or  known  or  designated  as  anodynes,  elixirs, 
essences,  extracts,  lotions,  tinctures  or 
medicines,  or  medicinal  wines  (so  called), 
or  ethereal  and  spirituous  fruit  essences, 
N.E.S  

Medicinal  or  medicated  wines  containing  not 
more  than  40  per  cent  of  proof  spirit    n 

Alcoholic  perfumes  and  perfumed  spirits,  bay 
rum,  cologne  and  lavender  waters,  hair, 
tooth  and  skin  washes,  and  other  toilet 
preparations  containing  spirits  of  any  kind, 
in  bottles  or  flasks  containing  not  more 

than  4  ounces  each     ■■ 

ii  ii  it  in  bottles, 
flasks  or  other  packages  containing  more 
than  4  ounces  each   m 

Vermouth  containing  not  more  than  36  per 

cent  of  proof  spirits     m 

ii       containing  more  than  36  per  cent 
of  proof  spirits   n 

Nitrous  ether,  sweet  spirits  of  nitre  and 
aromatic  spirits  of  ammonia    

Wines,  ginger,  containing  not  more  than  26 

per  cent  of  proof  spirits   n 

H       n      containing  more  than  26  per 
cent  of  proof  spirits   n 


Total  spirits. 


Wines  of  all  kinds,  except  sparkling  wines,  in- 
cluding orange,  lemon,   strawberry,  rasp- 
berry, elder  and  currant  wines  : 
Containing  26  per  cent  or  less  of  spirits  Galls, 


26 
27 
28 
29 
30 
31 
32 
33 
34 
35 
■■(6 
37 
3S 
39 


and  not  over  27  p. c 

28  .. 

29  n 

30  „ 

31  .. 

32  n 

33  i. 

34  .. 

35  .. 

36  ., 
37 

38  ii 

39  ii 

40  ., 


28c.  , 

31c.  , 

34c.  , 

37c.  . 

40c.  - 

43c.  ■ 

46c.  , 

49c.  , 

52c.  , 

55c.  , 

58c.  . 

61c.  i 

64c.  . 

67c.  . 

Total  wines  non-sparkling. 


General 
Tariff  Rates 
of  Duty. 


$2.40  per  gall 


2 . 40  per  gall, 
and  30  p.c  . . 

$1.50  per  gall.. 


50  p.c. 


2.40  per  gall, 
and  40  p.c  . . 

90c.  per  gall. . . 

.  40  per  gall . 

$2.40  per  gall, 
and  30  p.c  . . 

90c.  per  gall  . . 

$2.40  ., 


25c.  per  gall, 
and  30  p.c  . . 


Total  Imports. 


Quantity. 


673,712 
112,515 
484,235 
6,465 


1,657 
1,191 


4,342 

2,209 
11,368 


877 
2,501 
53 


1,689,677 


282,904 
14,996 
11,769 
12,597 
23,969 
27,398 
23,748 
17,351 
17,289 
14,289 
11,704 
2,574 
896 
150 
514 


462,148 


Value. 


Quantity. 


317,673 
64,604 
699,739 
5,444 


10,586 
4,628 


51,098 

35,634 
13,680 


1,760 
1,847 
32 


1,682,467 


180,385 
7,111 
7,684 
8,966 
19,960 
18,070 
24,313 
18,053 
20,882 
20,287 
18,184 
5,227 
1,762 
28 
553 


351,465 


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SESSIONAL  PAPER  No.  11 

Imported  into  Canada,  &c — Continued. 


91 


Entered  for  Home  Consumption. 


General  Tariff. 


Preferential  Tariff. 


Total 


Duty.        Quantity.  Value. 


Duty. 


cts. 


1,374,170  45 
254,865  42 
1,011,544 
14,322  78 


7,130  05 
4,520  64 


25,799  00 

19,072  34 
8,422  43 
9  60 

2,299  74 
1,607  45 
127  20 


3,326,092  06 


83,421 
7,963 
6,417 
6,584 
13,168 
17,417 
17,599 
13,033 
14,430 
10,650 
10,103 
3,813 
1,074 
148 
157 


205,984  30 


Quantity.  Value. 


8  cts. 


572,571 
106,194 
421,477 
5,968 


1,648 
3,014 


4,135 

2,191 
9,358 
4 

770 
1,786 


272,790 
55,945 
616,530 
4,507 


10,582 
7,739 


51,598 

34,531 
10,241 
6 

1,508 
1,369 
32 


1,380,087  1,492,969 


286,883 
18,438 
13,417 
11,989 
20,528 
29,290 
24.2515 
16,254 
16,227 
11,256 
9,901 
3,329 
979 
189 
136. 


172,231 
9,344 
7,525 
8,362 
18,579 
19,003 
23,844 
18,527 
21,608 
15,991 
15,525 
6,275 
1,591 
93 
221 


462,110  338,719 


Duty 
Collected. 


1,374,170  45 
254,865  42 
1,011,544  82 
14,322  78 


7,130  05 
4,520  64 


25,799  00 

19,072  34 
8,422  43 
9  60 


2,299 

74 

11 

1,607 

45 

12 

127 

20 

IS 

3,326,092  06 


83,421 
7,963 
6,417 
6,584 
13,168 
17,417 
17,599 
13,033 
14,430 
10,650 
10,103 
3,813 
1,074 
148 
157 


10  14 

87  15 

04  16 

57  17 

13  18 

26  19 

98  20 

89  21 

84  22 

03  23 

13  24 

35  25 

49  26 

86  27 

76  28 


205,984  30 


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1-2  EDWARD  VII.,  A.  1902 

No.  13. — Summary  Statement  of  Merchandise 


Articles. 


General 
Tariff  Rates 
of  Duty. 


DUTIABLE  GOODS —  Con. 

Spirits  and  wines — 

Champagne  and  all  other  sparkling  wines  : — 
In  b  ittles  containing  each  not  more  than 

a  quart  but  more  than  a  pint,  old  wine  . 

measure    . .  Doz. 

In  bottles  containing  not  more  than  a  pint 

but  more  than  half  a  pint,  old  wine 

measure    n 

In  bottles  containing  one  half  pint  each 

or  less   ii 

In  bottles  containing  more  than  one  quart 

each   it 


Total  wine,  sparkling. 


Sponges  

Starch,  including  farina,  corn  starch,  &c  

Stearic  acid ... 

Stockinettes  for  the  manufacture  of  rubber 
boots  and  shoes,  imported  by  manufacturers 
of  rubber  boots  and  shoes,  for  use  exclusively 
in  the  manufacture  thereof  in  their  own  fac- 

toriess    

Stone  and  manufactures  of  : — 
Flagstones,  granite,  rough  freestone,  sand- 
stone and  all  building  stone,  not  hammered 

or  chiselled  

Granite  and  freestones,  dressed  ;  all  other 

building  stone  dressed,  except  marble  

Granite,  sawn  only ...   

M        finished  and  polished.  

M       manufactures  of,  N  O.P  

Flagstones,  dressed  

Grindstones,  not  mounted  and  not  less  than 
36  inches  diameter. 

Grindstones,  N.E.S  

Paving  blocks    

Manufactures  of,  N. O.P  


Lbs. 


Tons, 


Tons. 


$3.30  per  doz. 
and  30  p.  c. . . 

$1.05  per  doz. 

and  30  p.  c. . . 
82c.   per  doz, 

and  30  p.  c. . . 
$3.30  per  doz.. 

$1.65  p.  gall. 

and  30  p.  c. . . 


1  20,552 

K  1/^  936 

Gall.  Doz. 
13  21*1 


20  p. 
lie 
20  p. 


per  lb . 


15  p.c. 


Total  stone  and  manufactures . 


Straw   Tons. 

ii     Carpeting,  rugs,  mats  and  matting   $ 

ii     Manufactures  of,  N. O.P  ■ 


Total  straw  and  manufactures    , 

Sugars,  syrups  and  molasses  :  — 

Sugar,  above  No.  16  D.S.  in  colour,  and  all 
refined  sugars  of  whatever  kinds,  grades 
or  standards     Lbs. 

Sugar,  N.E.S.,  not  above  No.  16  D.S.  in 
colour,  sugar  drainings,  or  pumpings 
drained  in  transit,  melado  or  concentrated 
melado,  tank  bottoms  and  sugar  concrete. .  n 

Syrups  and  molasses  of  all  kinds,  N.O.P.,  the 
product  of  the  sugar  cane  or  beet,  N.E.S. , 
and  all  imitations  thereof  or  substitutes 
therefor  ,   n 

Total  sugars  and  syrups  


20  p.c. 
25  ., 


^c.  per  lb. 


Total  Imports. 


Quantity.     Value.  Quantity. 


6,751 


1,398,570 
31,419 


90,736 

141,357 
2,143 

3C7 


234,603 


16,319 

169 
135 
756 

"  14 


11 


39,704,040 


300,587,571 


40,410 

59,918 
2,831 


50,262 


45,039 

1,039 
796 
20,530 
21,151 
116 

38,973 
6,203 
8,053 

16,040 


157,940 


104 
40,044 
14,421 


54,569 


1,143,605 


6,809,735 


1,771,894  33,382 


342,063,505  7,985,722 


Gall.  Doz. 
29  44 


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SESSIONAL  PAPER  No.  11 

Imported  into  Canada,  &c — Continued. 


93 


Entered  for  Home  Consumption. 


General  Tariff. 


Preferential  Tariff. 


Total. 


Value. 


79,885 

111,214 

2,378: 

803 


194.2S0 


30,715 
43.946 
2,831 


39,820 


41,357 

941 
699 
1,226 
3,353 
116 

32,943 
6,125 
8,053 

15,241 


110,054 


104 

39,002 
14,350 


53,456 


Duty. 


Quantity.  Value. 


33,034 


$  cts. 


20,085  66 

29,207  53| . 
881  54  . 

166  65 


50,341  38 


6,143  00 
17,326  52 
566  20 


5,973  00 


303,469 


6,203  55 

188  20 
140  08 
429  10 
1,173  55 

23  35: 

4.941  45 
1,531  25 
1,610  60 
4,572  41 


1,257 

26 
13 
683 


Duty.  Quantity. 


$  cts. 


™-  I    O&Sed.  * 


5,832  79,885 


17,017 

1,007 

Gall.  Doz. 
29  44 


111,214 

2,378 


194,280 


9,775 
19.997 


11,819 


6,030 
78 


799 


1,303  41   40.490 

3,034  68    1,458,540  63,943 
31,419  2,831 


1,181  90 


51,639 


3,682 

368  20 

16,319 

98 

13  07 

169 

97 

12  93 

135 

19,304 

4,504  39 

756 

17,867 

4,169  28 

14 

hi  IS    I  Hi 

13  01 


15'.i 


20,813  54; 


47,955 


20  80: 
9,750  50: 
2,870  00 j 


992 
62 


9,843  68 


11 


165  35 

8  27! 


12,641  30 


1,0541 


173  62 


1,039 
796' 
20,530 
21,220 
116 1 

38,973 
6,203 
8,053 ! 

16.040 


158,009 


104 
39,994 
14,412 


54,510: 


1,047,276       450,158  36 


6,114,696     1,874,686  66 


784,386 


31,894,485 


13,223  16  118,967 


21,136 


ri0,186 


2,673 


7,195,000     2,338,068  18  32.797,838  733,995 


5,635  95  37,514,922    1,068,412       455,794  31 


137,324  28  299,179.911 


594  83  1,882.031 


S  cts. 


20,085  66 

251,207  53|  2 
881  54 

166  65 


50,341  38 


7,446  41  5 
20,361  20  6 
566  20  7 


7,154  90 


6,571  75 

201  27!  10 

153  01  11 

4,933  49  12 

5,342  83  13 

23  35;  14 

5,544  45  15 

1,544  26  16 

1,610  60  17 

4,732  21  18 


30,657  22 


20  80 
9,915  85 
2,878  27 


12,814  92 


6,824,882     2,012,010  94 


35,707 


13,817  99 


143.555  06  338,576.864    7,929,001 !     2,481,623  24 


sa 


23 


M 


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1-2  EDWARD  VII.,  A.  1902 

No.  13. — Summary  Statement  of  Foreign  Merchandise 


Articles. 


DUTIABLE  GOODS — Con. 

Sugai  s,  syrups  and  molasses — 

Molasses  produced  in  the  process  of  the  man- 
ufacture of  cane  sugar  from  the  juice  of  the 
cane  without  any  admixture  with  any  other 
ingredient,  when  imported  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  polariscope,  40  degrees  or  over .  Galls . 
39 
88 
37 
36 
36 

Total  molasses  


General 
Tariff  Rates 
of  Duty. 


per  gall 


Sugar  candy,  brown  or  white,  and  confec- 
tionery, including  sweetened  gums,  candied 

peel  and  popcorn  

Glucose  or  grape  sugar,  glucose  syrup  and 
corn  syrup  or  any  syrups  containing  any 

admixture  thereof  

Saccharine  or  any  product  containing  over 

one-half  per  cent  thereof  , 

Sugar,  maple  and  maple  syrup  

Tablecloths,  all  kinds  

Tallow  

Tape-lines  of  any  material  


Lbs. 


Lbs. 


Tea  of  Ceylon,  black     Lbs. 

it  green  

India,  black  

China,  black  

1 1  green  

Japan,  black  

ii  green  

other  countiies,  black  

ii         ii  green  


|c.  per  lb.  and 

35  p.  c  

f  c.  per  lb.  . 


Total  teas. 


Telephones  and  telegraph  instruments. 


Tin,  and  manufactures  of : — 

Tin  plate  in  sheets,  decorated  ...   Lbs. 

Tinware,  plain,  japanned,  or  lithographed, 
and  all  manufactures  of  tin,  N.E.S   $ 


Total  tin  and  manufactures  of. 


Tobacco,  and  manufactures  of  : 

Cigarettes    Lbs 

Cigars  

Tobacco,  cut . .  . .   

Snuff  

All  other  manufactures  of  tobacco,  N.E.S. . . 
Foreign  raw  leaf  tobacco,  samples,  unstemmed 

Total  tobacco,  and  manufactures  of. . 


20  p.c 
20 
30 

ao 

26 
10 

io 

10 

10 
10 
Hi 
Ki 
10 
10 


25  p.  c. 

25  „  . 
25    1 1  . 


$3p.lb&25p.c 
$3     ,i  25 
55c.  per  lb  . 
50  „ 
50  „ 
40  „ 


Total  Imports. 


Quantity . 


4,336,386 
1,340 
464 
84 


1,922 


4,340,196 


1,393,546 

9,163,432 

1,895 
107,532 


115,234 


12,418 
8,819 
13,095 
23,529 
394 
51,665 
21,243 
5,692 
43,779 


180,634 


17,270 


*4,050,410 
*8,909,206 
120,940 
7,881 
108,788 
871,084 


Value. 


1,036,842 
337 
100 
24 


398 


1,037,701 


150,296 

157,419 

2,023 
11,218 
39,975 
6,907 
8,253 


2,343 
1,950 
2,746 
6,684 

165 
8,739 
2,566 

902 
10,293 


36,388 


16,819 


329 
119,842 


120,171 


25,443 
313,576 

87,407 
2,406 

41,120 
146,617 


616,569 


*  Import  quantity  shows  number  imported.  For  number  entered  for  consumption. 


i,  see  page  236,  par  1 2.. 


i  TRADE  AND  NAVIGATION 

SESSIONAL  PAPER  No.  11 

Imported  into  Canada,  &c. — Continued. 


95 


Entered  kob  Home  Consumption. 


General  Tariff. 


Preferential  Tariff. 


Total. 


_  ± 


Duty.  [Quantity. 


Value. 


Duty.  Quantity. 


Value     I  Duty 
Value-    ;  Collected. 


s  cts. 


32,163  62 
94  14 
98  55 
3  99 
59  17 
130  38 


1  cts. 


2,315,827 


541,131 


27,018  18 


4,153,729 
3,423 
2,628 
84 
1,029 
1,922 


1,065.490 
805 
523 
24 
179 
398 


32,549  85    2,315,827      541,131         27,018  18    4,162,815  1,067,419 


27,764  95|  844,970 
68,779  80   


404  60|  

1,717  80|  

2,311  80  

885  20  30,595 
1,055  50  


7:».422 


32,414 
2,481 
4,031 


21,348  57  1,353,696 
9,170,607 


6,482  80 
330  81 
672  00 


1,895 
89,781 

115^234 


225  90 
195  00 

69  20 
459  20 

30  80 
873  90 
313  50 

90  20 
103  50 


2,361  20 


3,412  50 


82  25 
28,480  SB 


3,169 


528  18 


7,952 


1,325  56 


11,845 
8,819 
3,855 

15,164 
1,127 

51,665 

26,041 
5,692 
4,802 


151,482 

157,669 

2,023 
8,589 
40,120 
6,907 

8,253 


129,010 


2,263 
1,950 

692 
4,592 

308 
8,739 
3,135 

902 
1,035 


23,616 


17,270 


28,562  50 


7.:<52 


1,325  56 


40,115  32 
341,435  31 
61,325  14 
3,600  50 
47,291  75 
32  80 


434,150'       493.800  82 


11,327 
89,200 
115,500 
7,202 
94,583 
82 


317.  SS 


16.819 


329 
121,873 


122,202 


24,540 
295,338 
77,100s 
2,240 
34,893 
391 


s  cts. 


59,181  80 
94  14 
98  55 
3  99 
59  17 
130  38 


59,568  03 


49,113  52 
68,779  80 


404  60  9 

1,717  80  10 

8,794  60  11 

1,216  Oil  12 

1,727  50  13 


225  90 
195  00 

69  20 
459  20 

30  80 
873  90'  19 
313  50  20 


14 

15 
16 
17 
18 


90  20 
103  50 


2,361  20 


3,940  68 


21 
22 


82  25!  24 
29,805  81  25 


29,888  06 


40,115  32 
341,435  31 
61,325  14 
3,600  50 
47,291  75 
32  80 


434,150<       493,800  82 


26 
27 
2fl 
29 
30 
SI 


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No.  13. — Summary  Statement  of  Foreign  Merchandise 


Articles. 


General 
Tariff  Rates 
of  Duty. 


DUTIABLE  GOODS—  Con. 

Tobacco  pipes  of  all  kinds,  pipe  mounts,  cigar 
and  cigarette  holders  and  cases  for  same, 
smoker's  sets  and  cases  therefor,  and  tobacco 

pouches   $    35  p.  c . 

Trawls,  trawling  spoons,  fly  hooks,  sinkers, 
swivels,  and  sportman's  fishing  bait  and  fish 

hooks,  IS. E.S  .    ii    30  u 

Turpentine,  spirits  of  Galls.    5  n 

Trunks,  valises,  hat  boxes,  carpet  bags,  satchels, 
tool  bags  or  baskets,  portmanteus,  fly  books 

and  parts  thereof,  N.O.P   $    30  ■■ 

Twines  of  all  kinds,  N.E.S.   Lbs.  25  ■■ 

do  manufactures  of,  viz. :  hammocks  and 
lawn  tennis  nets,  sportsman's  fish 
nets  and  other  articles,  N.O. P.. . .     §    |30  >■ 


Total  twines,  and  manufactures  of. 


Umbrellas,  parasols  and  sunshades,  of  all  kinds 

and  materials  ;   $ 

Unenumerated  articles   m 

Varnish,  lacquers,  japans,  japan  dryers,  liquid 

dryers,  and  oil  finish,  not  elsewhere  specified.  Galls. 
Vegetables,  viz.:  — 

Melons     No. 

Potatoes   Bush. 

it       sweet  and  yams     it 

Tomatoes,  fresh   u 


Tomatoes  and  other  vegetables,  including 
corn  and  baked  beans  in  cans  or  other  pkgs, 
N.E.S  

Fresh  or  dry  salted,  N.O.P  

Total  vegetables  


Lbs. 


Vinegar,  of  any  strength  not  exceeding  strength 

of  proof  

Vinegar,  above  strength  of  proof  


Total  vinegar 


Gals. 


35  p.  c  

20  >,   

20c.   per  gal. 
and  20  p.  c . . 

25  p.  c  

15c.  per  bush. . 
10 

20c.  per  bush, 
and  10  p.  c . . 

ljc.  per  lb  

25  p.  c  


15c.  per  gal. .  . 
2c.  additnl.  for 
each  degree. 


Watches   $    |25  p.  c. 

Watch  cases   .....      h     30  . 


Watch  actions  and  movements  . 
Watch  glasses  and  watch  keys. . 


Total  watches,  cases,  movements,  glasses,  &c. 


Wax,  bees  Lbs. 

Wax,  and  manufacture  of,  N.E.S   $ 


Total  wax,  and  manufactures  of . 


Webbing,  elastic  and  non-elastic  

Whips  of  all  kinds,  including  thongs  and  lashes. 
Window  cornices  and  cornice  poles  of  all  kinds . 


10  p.  c. 
20    „  . 


20  p.  c. 
35  ii  . 
30    it  , 


Total  Imports. 


Quantity.  Value 


809,037 


441,323 


68,142 

156,657 
136,669 
18,361 

21,794 


1,251,926 


62,616 
25,376 


87,992 


35,368 


292,895 


27,052 
309,339 


53,670 
54,630 


15,257 


69,887 


81,864 
227,950 

116,625 

9,620 
88,652 
15,279 

37,519 


75,488 
218,827 


445,385 


15,198 
18,912 


34,110 


49,397 
98,514 
468,58! 
7,508 


624,000 


10,809 
26,990 


37,799 


138,700 
6,361 
1,699 


Quantity. 


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SESSIONAL  PAPER  No.  11 

Imported  into  Canada,  &c. — Continued. 


Entered  for  Home  Consumption. 


General  Tariff. 


Preferential  Trade. 


Value.    I       Duty.       '  Quantity. 


Value. 


Duty. 


Total. 


Quantity.  Value. 


Duty 
Collected. 


8       cts.  j 


81,637  96 


3,826  50 
15,412  75 


13,723  20 
5,657  50 


3,644  70 


9,302  20 


14,044 
133,159 

4,915  40 
26,631  80 

82,120 

27,506  00 

9,604 
88,501 
15,254 

2,401  CO 
20,425  68 
1,833  83 

37,501 

8,006  63 

77,253 
205,785 

18,684  22 
51,446  25 

433,898 

102,797  61 

3,638  34 
6,24C  89 


9,885  23 


12,188  38 
29,536  20 
46,842  60 
1,704  25 


90,271  43 


1,073  30 
3,633  80 


4,707  10 


17,666  00 
1,502  20 
441  30 


446 


270,469 


58,833 


14,287 
240 


7,469 
31,821 


3,108 


§  cts. 


13,727  48 


2,857  40 
7  94 


1,493  80 
5,303  66 


(121  60 


34,929 


13,203 


17,527 


34,181 

723 


66,621 
81,815 

35,004 


5,925  26 


15,545  39 
10,908  79 

6,428  00 


1,225 
6,010 


90 


175  27 
1,001  80 


7,241 


1,177  87 


10,073 
551 


3,417  81 
535  77 


34,904 


297 


10,C24, 


3j9o3 


59;  i 

60' 
143 
692 


99  84 
12  00 
9  54 
115  34 


1,494 


236  72 


761 
7,380 


5  07 
984  02 


807,363 


440.228 


68,612 

156,413 
136,171 
18,337 

21,787 
1,263,115 


58,437 
27,396 


292,084 


27,042 
308,495 


53,213 
54,451 


15,257 


I  cte. 


95,365  44  1 


6,683  90!  2 

15,420  69j  3 

15,217  00  4 

10,961  161  5 


4,266  30;  6 


69,708 


15,227  46j 


7S.47S 
211,795 


80,665 

20,460 

79 

7 

214,974 

37,540 

59 

8 

117,124 

33,934 

00 

9 

9,604 

2,401 

00 

10 

88,501 

20,425 

68 

11 

15,254 

1,833 

83! 

12 

37,507 

8,007 

43 

13 

18,859 
52,448 


49  14 

05  15 


441,139,       103,975  48 


14,114 
19,680 


7,056  15 
6,782  66 


86,838 


35,368 


7,456 


51,472 
2,069 
18 


989  09 


6,863  07 
482  78 
3  60 


33,794 


13,838  81 


49,353i 
98,514 ! 
468,569! 
7,509! 


12,288  22 
29,548  20 
46,852  14 
1,819  59 


623,945 


90,508  15 


10,809' 
25,549' 


1,078  37 
4,617  82 


36,358 


139,802 
6,36l| 
1,489! 


5,696  19 


24,529  07 
1,984  98 
444  90 


16 
17 


18 
19 
20 
21 


24 

25 
26 


11— i— 7 


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1-2  EDWARD  VII.,  A.  1902 

No.  13. — Summary  Statement  of  Foreign  Merchandise 


Articles. 


DUTIABLE  GOODS — Coil. 

Wood,  and  manfactures  of : — 

Barrels  containing  petroleum  or  its  products, 
or  any  mixture  of  which  petroleum  forms 
a  part,  when  such  contents  are  chargeable 

with  a  specific  duty     No. 

Fishing  rods  .  ...    $ 

Caskets  and  coffins  and  metal  parts  thereof  .  m 
Mouldings,  plain,  gilded  or  otherwise  further 

manufactured   it 

Rakes,  hay   No. 

Show  cases  and  metal  parts  thereof   m 

Woodenware,  pails,  tubs,chums,  washboards, 

pounders  and  rolling  pins   $ 

Manufactures  of  wood,  N.O.P   h 

Sawed  boards,  planks,  deals,  planed  or 
dressed  on  one  or  both  sides,  when  the  edges 
thereof  are  jointed  or  tongued  or  grooved. M  ft. 

Lumber  and  timber  manufactured,  N.E  S  M.  ft. 

Umbrella,   parasol  and   sunshade  sticks  or 

handles,  N.E. 3  • 

Veneers  of  wood,  not  over  ^  of  an  inch  in 

thickness   n 

Walking  sticks  and  canes  of  all  kinds,  N.E.S..  h 
Wood  pulp   ii 

Willow  or  osier  : — 

Wares,  and  all  manufactures  of  like  material 
not  otherwise  provided  for   m 


Total  wood  and  manufactures  of . 


Window  shade  or  blind  rollers   $ 

Window  shades  in  the  piece  or  cut  and  hemmed 
or  mounted  on  rollers,  N.  E.S  Sq.  yds 


Total  window  shades,  rollers,  &c. 


Wool,  manufactures  of  : — 

Blankets    Lbs. 

Cassimeres  Yds. 

Cloths   

Coatings  

Overcoatings  

Tweeds  

Felt  cloth,  N.E.S  

Flannels    

Knitted  goods,  including  knitted  underwear, 
N.E.S   $ 

Bed  comforters  and  counterpanes   No. 

Shawls   $ 

Shirts  of  wool  Doz. 

Socks  and  stockings  of  wool,  worsted,  the 
hair  of  the  alpaca,  goat,  &c,  &c         Poz.  pairs. 

Undershirts  and  drawers   $ 

Yarns  costing  30c.  per  1^.  and  over  imported 
on  the  cop,  tube  or  in  the  hank  by  manu- 
facturers of  woollen  goods  for  use  in  their 
products     Lbs. 

Yarns,  N.E.S  

All  fabrics  and  manufactures  composed  wholly 
or  in  part  of  wool,  worsted,  &c,  N.E.S. . .  $ 


General 
Tariff  Rates 
of  Duty. 


20c.  each 
30  p.  c. . . 
25    „  ... 


25 
20 

20 

n 

30 
25 


26 


35  p.  c. 
35   „  . 


35  p. 

35  , 

35  . 

35  , 

35  , 

35  , 

35  i 

35  , 

35  , 

35  , 

30  , 

35  ,i 

35  , 

35  , 


36 


Total  Imports. 


Quantity . 


Value. 


32,105 


12,111 
571 


3,515 
1,472 


5,620 


86,908 
32,501 
3,640.695 
946,993 
26,474 
1,241,095 
62,722 
655,702 


1,345 
2^883 
303,631 


593,608 
318,817 


33,048 
8,365 
10,665 

39,163 
1,228 
5,874 

60,308 
478,707 


45,257 
16,177 

11,607 

96,723 
15,445 
16,053 


838,626 


14,062 
1,089 


15,151 


32,457 

'  6,812 
1,877,145 
469,780 

15,544 
748,765 

50,315 
120,126 

93,200 
1,568 
93,656 
16,961 

526,548 
111,109 


240,424 
138,838 

3,099,154 


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SESSIONAL  PAPER  No.  11 


Imported  into  Canada,  &c. — Continued, 


Entered  eor  Home  Consumption. 

i 
- 

= 

General  Tariff.                     Preferential  Tariff. 

Total. 

Value. 

33,070 
6,170 
10,665 

39,176 
1  228 
5^666 

60,291 
461,728 

45  257 
16,' 151 

10,874 

96,723 
13.159 
16,053 

6 

Duty.        Quantity . 

Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity . 

Value. 

Duty 
Collected. 

S  cts. 

U,  7  —  't  uu 

1,851  00 
2  666  25 

9,794  00 
307  00 
1,983  10 

12,058  20 

11,314  25 
3,230  80 

2,174  80 

7,254  60 
3,947  70 
4,013  25 

1  50 

30 

S 

30 
2,162 

$  cts. 

4  00 
432  40 

32,153 

33,100 
8,332 
10,665 

39,176 
1  228 
5^881 

60,291 
478,939 

45  257 
16',  177 

11,607 

96,723 
15,570 
16,053 

6 

S  cts. 

6.428  60 
2,283  40 
2,666  25 

9,794  00 
307  0C 
2,033  27 

12,058  20 
118,300  76 

11  314  °o 

3,233  87 

2,272  53 

7,254  60 

4.429  90 
4,013  25 

1  50 

l 

2 
3 

4 

6 

7 
8 

9 
10 

11 

12 
13 
14 

15 

16 
17 

18 
19 
20 
21 
22 
23 
24 
25 

26 
27 
28 
29 

30 
31 

32 
33 

34 

25 

215 

50  17 

12,111 

'572 

2 

17,211 

25 
733 

2,868  76 

3  07 
97  73 

3,515 
1,472 

2,411 

482  20 

816,220 

182,453  05 

22,785 

3,938  33 

839,005 

186,391  38 

14,045 
361 

4,915  75 
126  35 

3,413 

17 

728 

3  97 

169  87 



5,620 


14,062 
1,089 

4,919  72 

296  22 

14,406 

5,042  10 

745 

173  84 

15,151 

5,215  94 

6,094 
4,225 
152,157 
9,601 
2,594 
54,438 
43,674 
72,139 

39,514 
891 
24,118 
4,641 

63,823 
23,951 

66,534 
47,687 

1,169,975 

2,132  90 
1,478  75 
53,254  95 
3,360  35 
907  90 
19,053  30 
15,285  90 
25,248  65 

13,829  90 
311  85 
7,235  20 
1,624  35 

22,338  05 
8,382  85 

13,306  80 
14,306  10 

409,491  33 

80,163 

14,459 
3,350,370 
1,023,370 

23,124 
1,202,677 

10,753 
365,386 

29,128 
2,587 
1,731,430 
496,212 
12,705 
732,010 
6,627 
51,296 

54,498 
827 
69,546 
12,368 

479,189 
79,870 

177,743 
86,967 

1,928,843 

6,796  72 
603  66 
404,001  45 
115,783  43 
2,964  52 
170,803  49 
1,546  41 
11,969  41 

12,716  45 
192  97 
13.909  24 
2,885  98 

111,811  41 
18,636  38 

23,699  47 
17,393  40 

450,065  08 

92,500 

32,501 
3,686,147 
1,040,118 

25,224 
1,294,045 

62,736 
731,527 

35,222 
6,812 
1,883,587 
505,813 
15,299 
786,448 
50,301 
123,435 

94,012 
1,718 
93,664 
17,009 

543,012 
103,821 

244,277 
134,654 

3,098,818 

8,929  62 
2,082  41 
457,256  40 
119,143  78 
3,872  42 
189,856  79 
16,832  31 
37,218  06 

26,546  35 
504  82 
21,144  44 
4,510  33 

134,149  46 
27,019  23 

37,006  27 
31,699  50 

859,556  41 

920 

1,918 

2,064 
266,614 

2,883 
313,522 

442,316 
156,828 

607,491 
302,163 

11—1-7* 


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1-2  EDWARD  VII.,  A.  1902 

No.  13. — Summary  Statement  of  Foreign  Merchandise 


Articles. 


DUTIABLE  GOODS — CW. 

Wool,  manufactures  of — 

Woman's  and  children's  dress  goods,  coat  lin- 
ings, Italian  cloths,  alpacas,  Orleans,  Cash- 
meres, Henriettas,  serges,  buntings,  nun's 
cloth,  bengalines,  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  square  yard,  imported  in  the  gray  or 
unfinished  state  for  the  purpose  of  being 

dyed  or  finished  in  Canada  Sq.  yds. 

Blouses  and  shirt  waists   $ 

Clothing,  ready  made,  and  wearing  apparel, 
composed   wholly   or    in  part  of  wool, 

worsted,  &c.,  N.E.S   h 

Hosiery,  N.E.S  - 

Carpets,  Brussels  Yds. 

Damask   n 

Tapestry   ■■ 

Venetian   <: 

Felts,  printed   u 

Smyrna     n 

Turkish  and  imitation  Turkish   n 

Carpets,  two-ply  and  three-ply,  treble  in- 
grain, composed  wholly  of  wool   h 

Carpets,  two-ply  and  three-ply  ingrain,  of 
which  tue  warp  is  composed  wholly  of 
cotton  or  other  material  than  wool,  worsted, 

&c   ii 

Felt,  pressed,  of  all  kinds,  not  filled  or 

covered  by  or  with  any  woven  fabric  Lbs. 

Shoddy  ,   ....  ., 


Total  wool,  and  manufactures. 


Zinc,  manufactures  of  N.O.P  

Damaged  goods,  under  Sections  49  to  53  of 

Rev.  Stat.,  Cap  32   

Additional  duties,  post  entries,  over  collections, 

&c    

Total  dutiable  goods    


General 
Tariff  Rates 
of  Duty. 


25  p. 
35  , 


35 


25  p.  e. 


Total  Imports. 


Quantity. 


294,463 


1, 


651,578 
3,608 
410,483 
63 
1,371 
32 
21,565 

31,963 


10,031 

488,858 
43,677 


Value. 


51,195 
8,528 


951,395 
67,921 
410,847 
2,178 
469,860 
48 
1,763 
85 
18,709 

17,083 


2,755 

182,062 
3,571 


9,830,402 


6,860 
8,971 


115,574,658 


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SESSIONAL  PAPER  No.  11 

Imported  into  Canada,  &c. — Continued. 


101 


Entered  for  Home  Consumption-. 


General  Tariff. 


Preferential  Tariff. 


Total. 


Value. 


Duty. 


Quantity.  I   Value.  I      Duty.       I  Quantity,  j   Valne.   I   cue^j,    I  j| 


i 


26.777 
3,369 


581,048 
7,467 
9,831 


16,746 


1,550 
85! 
7.430 

2,320 


165, 

161,329 
393 


2,604,572 


S  cts. 


6,694  25 
1,179  15 


203,366  80 
2,613  45 
3,440  85 


165,448 


5,861  10 


542  50 
29  75 
2,602  60 

812  00 


f»7  75 

32.265  80 
'  78  60 


651.755 
3,807 
1,381,871 

631 
163 


28,405 
5,555 


371,764 
59,276 
407,302 
2,278 
458,937 
48 
213 


-$  cts. 


19,184 
30,762 

9,425 

57.524 
24,134 


11,273 
15,647 

2,590 

21,221 
3,178 


871.093  73    j  7,339,533 


4,734  21 
1,296  18 


86,746  16 
13,831  22 
95,037  57[ 
531  53 
107,085  81 
11  20 
49  67 


302,418 


2,630  39 
3,651  00 


664,865 
3,807 
1,416,670 
63 
1,371 
32 
21,565 

35,456 


604  35,  10,031 


2.S2!i  56 
423  73 


490.038 
43,677 


6,838  1,709  50 
7,083  2,215  03| 
  42,259  17: 


78,466,819   23,826,835  91    27,502,937 


44 

2,492 


1,685,242  05 


7  34 
383  34 
747  32 


5,280,143  98 


$  cts. 


55.1*2 
8,924 


968,813 
66,743 
417,133 
2,2781 
475,683 
48 
1,763 
85 
18,709 

17,967 


2,755 

182,550 
3,571 


11,428  46  1 
2,475  33  2 


290,112  96 

3 

16,444  67 

4 

98,478  42 

5 

531  53 

6 

112,946  91 

7 

11  20 

3 

592  17 

9 

29  75 

10 

5,232  99 

4,463  00 

12 

662  10 

13 

35,095  36 

14 

502  33 

15 

9,944,105     2,556,335  78 


6,882 
9,575 


1,716  84 
2,598  37 


43,006  49  18 


105,969,756'   29,106,979  89! 


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No.  13. — Summary  Statement  of  Imports. 


articles. 


FREE  GOODS. 

PRODUCE  OF  THE  MINE. 

Burrstones  in  blocks,  rough  or  unmanufactured,  not 
bound  up  or  prepared  for  binding  into  mill  stones ....  No. 

Chalk  stone,  China  or  Cornwall  stone,  Cliff  stone  and 
felspar,  ground  or  unground   $ 


Clays,  viz.  : — 

China  clay  ,  

Fire  clay   

Pipeclay  

Clays,  all  other,  N.E.S. 


Cwt. 


Total  clays. 


Coal,  anthracite  and  anthracite  coal  dust  Tons. 

Emery,  in  bulk,  crushed  or  ground  

Flint,  flints  and  ground  flint  stones  Cwt. 

Fossils   f 

Fuller's  earth  in  bulk  only,  not  prepared  for  toilet  or 

other  purposes  ,   $ 

Gannister    ,  Cwt. 

Gravels  and  sands  Tons . 

Gypsum,  crude  (sulphate  of  lime)     n 

Lava,  unmanufactured  Cwt. 

Pumice  and  pumice  stone,  ground  or  unground   $ 


Minerals,  viz.  : — 

Alumina  

Cryolite  or  kryolite 

Litharge  

Nickel  


Cwt. 


Total  minerals. 


Mineral  waters,  natural,  not  in  bottle   Galls. 

Mineralogical  specimens     $ 

Meerschaum,  crude  or  raw   Lbs. 

Ores  of  metals,  all  kind,  including  cobalt  ore  Cwt. 

Phosphate  rock  (fertilizer)     $ 


Precious  stones,  in  the  rough  

Diamonds,  unset,  diamond  dust  or  bort,  and  black 
diamonds  for  borers   


Total,  precious  stones. 


Salt,  imported  from  the  United  Kingdom,  or  any  British 
Possession  ;  or  Imported  for  the  use  of  the  Sea  or  Gulf 
fisheries  Lbs. 

Silex  or  crystallized  quartz  Cwt. 

Whiting  or  whitening,  gilders'  whiting  and  Paris  white,  h 

Total,  mine  


Imported. 


Entered  for 

Home 
Consumption. 


Quantity .    Value .    \  Quantity .  Value 


3,641 


140,463 


1,933,283 
'4,990 


7,872 
35,744 
286 


10 
398 
11,132 
1 


5,324 


65 

1,855,271 


216,271,603 
3,562 
209,868 


5,762 
5,004 


47,419 
79,530 
326 
13,976 


141,251 


7,923,950 
16,311 
3,626 
252 

3,147 
1,819 
42,891 
1,125 
12 
5,516 


171 

2,158 
51,944 
64 


54,337 


749 
1,610 
21 

598,016 
19.977 


50,970 
611,978 


(i62,948 


339,887 
2,106 
60,878 

9,891,195 


3,641 


140,463 


1,933,283 
"  "  4,990 


7,872 
35,744 
286 


10 
398 
11,132 
1 


5,324 
65 

1,855,271 


216,271,603 
3,562 
209,868 


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103 


ARTICLES. 


Imported. 


Quantity.  Value. 


FREE  GOODS— THE  FISHERIES. 

Ambergris    -S 

Fish  offal  or  refuse  and  fish  skins   n 

Fur  skins,  undressed,  the  produce  of  marine  animals. . .  » 

Pearl,  mother  of,  unmanufactured   n 

Tortoise  and  other  shells   « 

Turtles   No. 

Whalebone,  unmanufactured   Cwt. 

Seed  and  breeding  oysters,  imported  for  the  purpose  of 

being  planted  in  Canadian  w  aters.    I 

Special  from  Newfoundland. 

Fish- 
Cod,  haddock,  ling  and  pollock,  fresh   Lbs. 

ii  ii  dry  salted  or  smoked.  Cwt. 

M  n  pickled   m 

Halibut,  fresh   Lbs. 

Herring,  fresh   h 

ii      pickled   it 

ii      smoked     n 

Sea  fish,  other,  fresh     h 

ii  pickled   it 

Lobsters,  fresh  Brls. 

H         M    in  cans   Lbs. 

Bait — fish,  clams,  or  other,  fresh  or  salted  Brls. 

Salmon,  fresh       Lbs. 

ii  smoked  

ii  canned  

ii     pickled      ii 

Fish,  all  other,  fresh    | 

ii  pickled   Lbs. 


Total  fish 


Fish  oil  (N.E.S.),  viz 

Cod  

Seal  


Gals. 


Other. 


Total  ilsh  oil, . 


Other  articles,  produce  of  the  fisheries,  N.E.8.  

Total  fisheries  


THE  FOREST 


Cork -wood 


Barks,  viz.  :— 

Cork-wood      

Hemlock  Cords 

Oak  and  tanners'. . .    , 


Total,  bark. 


(D)  Shovel,  handles  wholly  of  wood   $ 

Felloes  of  hickory  wood,  rough  sawn  to  shape  only,  or 
rough  sawn  and  l>ent  to  shape,  not  planed,  smoothed 
or  otherwise  manufactured  , 


278 

50 


21,5  ('8 
27,109 
3 

19,740 
2,689,330 
7,749,908 
88,533 
100 
80,800 
17 

353,968 
212 

139,401 
41,393 
677 

687,203 


X 


44,156 
62,187 
1,420 


Entered  for 

Home 
Consumption. 


Quantity.  Value. 


$ 

499 
1,183 
10,639 
4 

15,730 
681 
2760 

18 


1,994 
84,910 
11 
1,720 
26,962 
100,343 
2,020 
3 

2,888 
111 
85,257 
266 
11,71 
3,246 
84 
36,578 
725 
2 


278 
50 


358,837 


14,659 
22,682 
632 


37,973 


216 


428,540 


21,578 
27,109 
3 

19,740 
2,689,330 
7,749,908 
88,533 
100 
80,800 
17 

353,968 
212 

139.401 
41,393 
677 

687,203 


26 


44,156 
62187 
1,420 


104 


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No.  13. — Summary  Statement  of  Imports — Continued. 


ARTICLES. 


FREE  GOODS — THE  FOREST —  Con. 

Handle,  heading,  stave  and  shingle  bolts   $ 

Hickory  billets   m 

Hickery  sawn  to  shape  for  spokes  of  wheels   ...  n 

Hickory  spokes  rough  turned,  not   tenoned,  mitred, 
throated,  faced,  sized,  cut  to  length,  round  tenoned 

' "  or  polished     n 

Hop  poles   ii 

Hubs  for  wheels,  posts,  last  blocks,  wagon,  oar,  gun, 
heading  and  all  like  blocks  or  sticks,  rough  hewn  or 

sawed  only     m 

Ivory  nuts  (vegetable)   h 

Fence  posts  and  railroad  ties   ■■ 

Logs  and  round  unmanufactured  timber    n 

Lumber  and  timber,  planks  and  boards,  when  not 
otherwise  manufactured  than  rough  sawn  or  split  or 
creosoted,  vulcanized  or  treated  by  any  other  pre- 
serving process  : 

Cocoboral    M.  ft. 

Boxwood   M 

Chbrry,  chestnut,  gumwood,  hickory  and  whitewood  n 

Mahogany     m 

Oak  

Pitch  pine   m 

Red  wood     h 

Rose  wood   ii 

Sandal  wood   i-. 

Spanish  cedar     r> 

Sycamore     rt 

Walnut   it 

White  ash   ....  n 

African  teak,  black  heart  ebony,  lignum  vitse,  red 

cedar  and  satin-wood   .  .  n 

Ship  timber  and  ship  planking,  N.O.P   $ 

Timber  or  lumber  hewn  or  sawed,  squared  or  sided 

or  creosoted   n 

Sawed  or  split  boards,  planks,  deals  and  other  lumber, 
when  not  further  manufactured  than  dressed  on  one 
side  only  or  creosoted,  vulcanized  or  treated  by  any 

preserving  process  .   M.  ft 

Pine  clapboards. . .   h 

Spruce  clapboards  ,   n 

Laths   M 

Pickets  and  palings    $ 

Shingles    M 

Staves,  not  listed  or  jointed,  of  wood  of  all  kinds. . . ,  m 
Sawdastof  the  following  woods  : — Amaranth,  cocoboral, 
boxwood,  cherry,  chestnut,  walnut,  gumwood, 
mahogany,  pitch  pine,  rosewood,  sandal-wood,  syca- 
more, Spanish  cedar,  oak,  hickory,  whitewood, 
African  teak,  black  heart  ebony,  lignum  vitre,  red 
cedar,  redwood,  satin-wood,  white  ash,  persimmon 
and  dogwood       $ 


Imported. 


Entered  for 

Home 
Consumption. 


Quantity.  Value. 


Total  lumber. 


Wood  for  fuel   Cords, 

Wood  of  the  persimmon  and  dogwood  trees   $ 

Total,  forest  


13 

'  5,731 
414 
27,643 
23,596 
950 
4 
5 
422 
25 
1,581 
778 

113 


52,574' 
199! 
488! 
3,723j 


22,204 
15,722 


Quantity.  Value 


18,763 
6,028 
5,004 


99,471 
207 


14,184 
16,458 
240,561 
262,863 


392 

56 

197,379 
47,660 
804,180 
444,732 
21,716 
455 
181 
5,744 

1,< 
57,906 
23,393 

13,812 
4,161 

210,073 


704,868 
2,834 
4,729 
6,759 
3,305 
33,914 
69,192 


1,747 


19,077 


3,488,493 


2,660,271 


38,915 
456 


13 


5,731 
414 
27,643 
23,596 
950 


422 
25 
1,581 
778 


113 


52,574 
199 
488 
3,723 


22,204 
15,722 


19,077 


3,488,493 


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ARTICLES. 


Imported. 


Entered  kor 

Home 
Consumption. 


Quantity.     Value.     Quantity.  Value. 


FPEE  GOODS— ANIMALS  AND  THEIR  PRODUCE. 

Animals  for  improvement  of  stock,  viz. : — 

Horses   No. 

Cattle.   h 

Sheep   ii 

Swine  i 

Dogs  

Fowls,  domestic,  pure  bred  

Total  animals  for  improvement  of  stock .... 

Animals  brought  into  Canada,  temporarily,  and  for  a 
period  not  exceeding  three  months,  for  the  purpose 
of  exhibition  or  competition  for  prizes  offered  by 
any  agricultural  or  other  association,  viz.: — 

Horses  

Cattle    

Sheep  

Swine  

All  others,  N.E.S  

Bees    

Bones,  crude,   not   manufactured,   burned,  calcined, 

ground  or  steamed  

Bone  dust,  bone  black  or  charred  bone  and  bone  ash.. . . 

Bristles  

Cat-gut  or  worm  gut  unmanufactured,  for  whip  and 

other  cord  

Egg  yolk  

Fur  skins,  of  all  kinds,  not  dressed  in  any  manner,  N.E.S. 

Grease,  degras  and  oleostearine  

Grease,  rough,  the  refuse  of  animal  fat,  for  the  manu- 
facture of  soap  and  oils  only  

Total  grease  


Xo. 


Cwt. 
Lbs. 
I 


Lbs. 


Guano  and  other  animal  manures  

Hair,  cleaned  or  uncleaned,  but  not  curled,  dyed  or 
otherwise  manufactured  

Homing  or  messenger  pigeons  and  pheasants  and  quails. 

Horse  hair,  not  further  manufactured  than  simply  clean- 
ed and  dipped  or  dyed,  for  use  in  the  manufacture  of 
horse  hair  cloth  

Hatters'  furs,  not  on  the  skin.   

Hides  and  skins  raw,  whether  dry  salted  or  pickled,  and 
tails  undressed.  

Hoofs,  horn  strips,  horn  and  horn  tips,  in  the  rough, 
not  polished  or  otherwise  manufactured  than  cleaned. 

Ivory,  unmanufactured  

Leeches  

Musk  in  pods  or  in  grains  

Pelts,  raw    

Quills  in  their  natural  state  or  unplumed    

Rennet,  raw  and  prepared  

Silk,  raw  or  as  reeled  from  the  cccoon,  not  being 
doubled,  twisted  or  advanced  in  manufacture  in  any 
way  

Silk  in  the  gum  or  spun,  imported  by  manufacturers  of 
silk  underwear  for  such  manufactures  in  their  own 
factories  

Silk  cocoons  and  silk  waste  

Wool  not  further  prepared  than  washed,  X.E.S  

Total  animals  and  their  produce  


350 
642 
413 
89 
192 
1,453 


976 
55 
38 
1 


1,944 
51,228 
66,051 


2,136,311 
4,792,179 


154,737 
110,124 
13,800 
2,623 
8,119 
4,902 


350) 
641' 
413 
89 
192 
1,453 


154,737 
110,124 
13,800 
2,623 
8,119 
4,902 


294,305 


294.30.-) 


241,477 
5,135 
732 
6 

19,051 
46 


2,839  1,944 
52,963  51,228 
60,691  66,051 

287   

2,553j  

l,388,2tt>  

120,760  2,136,311 


46 

2,839 
52,983 
60,691 

287 
2,553 
1,388,286 
120,760 

232.033 


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No.  13. — Summary  Statement  of  Imports — Continued. 


ARTICLES. 


FREE  GOODS — AGRICULTURAL  PRODUCTS. 

Bamboo-reeds,  not  further  manufactured  than  cut  into 
suitable  lengths  for  walking  sticks  or  canes,  or  for 
sticks  for  umbrellas,  parasols  or  sunshades,  and 

bamboos  unmanufactured   $ 

Broom  corn     ■■ 

Cane  and  rattans,  not  manufactured   >i 

Cocoa  beans,  not  roasted,  crushed  or  ground   Lbs. 

Esparto,  or  Spanish  grass,  and  other  grasses  and  pulp 
of,  including  fancy  grasses,  dried  but  not  coloured 

or  otherwise  manufactured   Cwt. 

Fibre,  Mexican,  Istle  or  Tampico   m 

Flax  fibre  and  flax  tow   n 

Florist  stock,  viz.: 
Palms,  bulbs,   corms,  tubers,    rhizomes,  araucaria, 

spirtea  and  lilies  of  the  valley  . . .    n 

Fruits,  green,  viz.  : 

Bananas     Bunches 

Pineapples   No. 

Guavas,    mangoes,    plantains,   pomegranates  and 

shaddocks       $ 

Berries,  viz.: — Wild  blueberries,  wild  strawberries 
and  wild  raspberries   it 

Total,  fruit,  green  


Foot  grease,  the  refuse  of  the  cotton  seed  after  the  oil 
has  been  pressed  out,  but  not  when  treated  with 
alkalies   Cwt. 

Hemp,  undressed   n 

Indian  corn,  N.E..S  Bush. 

Jute  butts  and  jute   Cwt. 

Locust  beans  and  locust  bean  meal   Lbs. 

Manilla  grass  Cwt. 

Manures,  vegetable     n 

Osiers  or  willows,  unmanufactured   .  $ 

Palm  leaf,  unmanufactured   » 

Seedling  stock  for  grafting, viz.: — Plum,  peai,  peach  and 
other  fruit  trees   t. 

Seeds,  viz.: 

Annato  Lbs. 

Beet  and  mangold  > 

Carrot   n 

Flax  r .    „ 

Turnip  

Mustard   n 

Beans  (seed)  from  Britain  

Pease       u  h   h 

Rape  seed,  sowing. .      . .  n 

Mushroom  spawn  .    § 

Total,  seeds  


Tobacco,  unmanufactured,  for  excise  purposes,  under 

conditions  of  the  Inland  Revenue  Act   Lbs. 

Trees,  N.E.S    $ 

Vegetable  fibres,  N.E.S  Cwt. 

Total,  agricultural  products  


Imported. 


Quantity .  Value 


1,019,855 


387 
5,563 
165 


581,624 
925,288 


652 
108,299 
14,400,688 
2,960 
8,216 
537 
67 


1,284 
347,14c 
86,264 
15,328,360 
81,468 
69,037 
4,449 
186,298 
332,991 


9,284,971 
"  61536 


3,401 
212,037 

4,700 
163,216 


925 
19,506 
834 


60,648 

579,479 
86,066 

3,049 

701 


669,295 


1,308 
676,475 
6,484,527 
11,980 
369 
3,840 
289 
254 
304 

3,967 

130 
27,210 
9,758 
700,480 
13,154 
2,998 
232 
5,048 
17,404 


776,802 


1.555,851 
353 
24,519 


10,675,400 


Entered  for 

Home 
Consumption. 


Quantity .  Value, 


1,019,855 


387 
5,563 
165 


581,624 
925,288 


652 
108,299 
14,400,688 
2,960 
8,216 
537 
67 


1,284 
347,143 
86,264 
15,328,360 
81,468 
69,037 
4,449 
186,298 
332,991 


10,746,178 
6^536 


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ARTICLES. 


Imported. 


Entered  for 

Home 
Consumption. 


Quantity.     Value.  Quantity. 


Value. 


fpee  goods — 

manufactured  and  partially  manufactured  articles. 

Admiralty  charts   8 

Album  insides,  made  of  paper   m 

Artifical  limbs   m 

Ash,  pot  and  pearl,  in  packages  of  not  less  than  25  lbs..  Lbs. 

Asphaltum,  or  asphalt.  Cwt. 

Astrachan  or  Russian  hair  skins  and  china  goat  plates 
or  rugs,  wholly  or  partially  dressed  but  not  dyed  ...  8 

Bells,  imported  for  the  use  of  churches   n 

Binder  twine  of  hemp,  jute,  manilla  or  sisal,  and  of 

manilla  and  sisal  mixed   Lbs. 

Binder  twine,  articles  for  the  manufacture  of   $ 

Blanc  fixe  and  satin  white   Lbs. 

Blanketing  and  lapping  and  discs  or  mills  for  engraving 
copper  roller,  imported  by  cotton  manufacturers, 
calico  printers,  and  wall  paper  manufacturers  for  use 

in  their  own  factories  only    , .  8 

Blast  furnace  slag   m 

Bolting  cloth,  not  made  up    ■■ 

Bone  pitch,  crude  only    ■> 

Books,  viz.:  Bibles,  prayer  books,  psalm  and  hymn 

books,  and  religious  tracts,  &c   ■> 

Books,  printed  by  or  for  any  government  or  by  any 
association  for  the  promotion  of  science  or  letters  and 
official  annual  reports  of  religious  and  benevolent 
associations  and  issued  in  the  course  of  the  proceed- 
ings of  said  associations,  to  their  members  and  not 

for  the  purpose  of  sale  or  trade   ■ 

Books  for  the  instruction  of  the  deaf  and  dumb  and 

blind   „ 

Books,  embossed,  for  the  blind  i 

Books,  not  printed  or  reprinted  in  Canada,  which  are 
included  and  used  as  text  books  in  the  curriculum  of 
any  university,  incorporated  college  or  normal  school 
in  Canada;  books  specially  inirorted  for  the  bona 
fide  use  of  incorporated  mechanics'  institutes,  public 
libraries,  libraries  of  universities,  colleges  and  schools, 
or  for  the  library  of  any  incorporated  medical,  law, 
literary,  scientific  or  art  association  or  society,  and 
being  the  property  of  the  organized  authorities  of 
such  library,  and  not  in  any  rase  the  property  of 

individuals   „ 

Books,  bound  or  unbound,  which  have  been  printed  and 

manufactured  more  than  twelve  years   „ 

Books,  viz. :  Books  on  the  application  of  science  to  in- 
dustries of  all  kinds,  including  books  on  agriculture, 
horticulture,  forestry,  fish  and  fishing,  mining, 
metallurgy,  architecture,  electric  and  other  engineer- 
ing, carpentry,  ship-building,  mechanism,  dyeing, 
bleaching,  tanning,  weaving  and  other  mechanic  arts, 
and  similar  industrial  books  ;  also  books  printed  in 
any  language  other  than  the  English  and  French 
languages,  or  in  any  two  languages  not  being  English 

and  French,  or  in  any  three  or  more  languages  

Bookbinder's  cloth   „ 

Brick,  fire,  for  use  in  process  of  manufactures   M. 

Buckram,  for  the  manufactureof  hat  and  bonnet  shapes.  Yds. 

Bullion  or  gold  fringe   $ 

Buttons,  shoe,  jjapier  mache    Gross. 

Canvas  or  fabric,  nor  frictionized,  for  the  manufacture 
of  bicycle  tires,  imported  by  the  manufactures  of 
bicycles  for  use  exclusively  in  the  manufacture  of 
bicycle  tires,  in  their  own  factories   8 


73,754 

56,98G: 


9,674,268 
146,989 


42.'.'<»4 

26,719 


9,082 


938 
4 

10,087 
2,584 
67,587 

20,865 
35,877 

928,096 
89,475 
8,205 


10,758 
3,107 
6,709 
424 

163,267 


1,733 

729 
15 


183,340 
20,304 


48,391 
31,887 
418,461 
4,174 
4.370 
2,494 


18,979 


73,754 
56.966 


9,674,268 
146,989 


42,904 
26,719 

9^082 


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No.  13. — Summary  Statement  of  Imports — Continued. 


ARTICLES. 


FREE  GOODS — MANUFACTURED  ARTICLES,  ETC. — Con. 

Caplins,  unfinished  leghorn  hats   $ 

Cat-gut,  or  gut  cord  for  musical  instruments   « 

Celluloid,  xyolite,  or  xylonite,  in  sheets  and  in  lumps, 

blocks  or  balls  in  the  rough.    n 

Chronometers  and  compasses  for  ships   « 

Citron,  lemon  and  orange  rinds,  in  brime   n 

Coal  tar  and  coal  pitch  Galls. 

Coke  Tons, 

Communion  plate,  imported  for  the  use  of  churches   $ 

Coir  and  coir  yarns    Lbs. 


Imported. 


Quantity  Value. 


Cotton  waste,  not  dyed,  &c . 
Cotton  wool  or  raw  cotton  . 


Total  waste  and  wool 


Cotton  yarns,  No.  40  and  finer   Lbs. 

Cotton  yarn,  polished  or  glazed,  when  imported  by 
manufacturers  of  shoe  laces,  for  the  manufacture  of 

such  goods  in  their  own  factories   u 

Colours,  metallic,  viz.,  oxides  of  cobalt,  tin  and  copper, 

N.E.S   h 

Crucibles,  clay  and  plumbago   $ 

Curling  stones   No. 

Diamond  drills  for  prospecting  for  minerals,  not  to 

include  motive  power   $ 

Drugs,  dyes,  chemicals  and  medicines  - 

Acid,  boracic   Lbs. 

ii    oxalic  i 

H     tannic  and  blood  albumen     m 

Alazarine  and  artificial  alazarine  .    u 

Alum,  in  bulk  only,  ground  or  unground,  and  alum 

cake  i 

Alumina,  sulphate  of   n 

Ammonia,  nitrate  of   n 

ii        sulphate  of.     n 

Aniline  dyes  and  coal  tar  dyes,  in  bulk  or  packages 

of  not  less  than  1  lb   n 

Aniline  salts  and  arseniate  of  aniline   h 

Aniline  oil,  crude   i< 

Annatto,  liquid  or  solid   n 

Antimony,  or  regulus  of,  not  ground,  pulverized  or 

otherwise  manufactured     h 

Antimony  salts  ...    u 

Argols  or  argal  

Arsenic  

Beans,  viz. — 

Nux  vomica,  crude  only   n 

Tonquin,  crude  only                                     . .  ■■ 

Vanilla,  crude  only   n 

Berries,  for  dyeing  or  used  for  composing  dyes. ...  m 
Borax,  ground  or  unground,  in  bulk  of  not  less  than 

25  lbs     v 

Brimstone,  crude,  or  in  roll  or  flour,  and  sulphur, 

crude  in  roll  or  flour   u 

Bromine   ,  

Burgundy  pitch   n 

Camwood  and  sumac  and  extracts  thereof   h 

Chloralum  or  chloride  of  aluminum   m 

Chloride  of  lime  in  packages  of  not  less  than  25  lbs. 


1,922,473 
308,786 


39,963 


4,939,020 
49,064,959 


54,003,979 


643,864 

10,227 
22,006 
1^038 


85,320 
119,317 


65,003 

3,952,004 
716,695 
53,023 
593,602 

851,591 
158,492 
14,520 
55,777 

195,626 
155,111 
15,998 
159,263 

504 
2,406 
5,207 
21 

1,945,068 

23,816,651 
2,391 
110 
630,954 
856 
3,563,636 


178 
7,776 

31,270 
3,887 
248 
88,093 
680,138 
15,743 
2,667 


267,431 
4,773,993 


5,041,424 


189,763 


2,997 

6,179 
38,874 
5,054 

24,541 


3,948 
7,482 
13,233 
10,400 

43,693 
8,787 
3,753 

11,857 

279,736 
15,200 
1,430 
11,247 

7,799 
16,915 
2,378 
8,361 

10 
1,844 
25,544 
17 

(U,7l.'(> 

270,608 
854 

3 

15,917 
19 
54,136 


Entered  for  Home 
Consumption. 


Quantity .  Value. 


1,922,473 
308,786 

39,963 


4,939,020 
49,064,959 


54,003,979 


643,864 

10,227 
22,006 
1,038 


85,320 
119,317 


65,003 

3,952,004 
716,695 
53,023 
593,602 

851,591 
158,492 
14,520 
55,777 

195,626 
155,111 
15,998 
159,263 

504 
2,406 
5,207 
21 

1,945,068 

23,816,651 
2,391 
110 
630,954 
856 
3,563,636 


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ARTICLES. 


FREE  GOODS — MANUFACTURED  ARTICLES,  ETC.  —  Continued. 

Drugs,  dyes,  chemicals  and  medicines  — 

Cochineal     Lbs. 

Copper,  precipitate  of,  crude  i 

Cream  of  tartar  in  crystals  

Cyanide  of  potassium   n 

Cyanogen  or  compound  of  bromine  and  potassium 

for  reducing  metals  in  mining  operations   n 

Dragon's  blood   - 

Dyes,  patent  prepared .  ...   •■ 

Dyeing  or  tanning  articles  in  a  crude  state  used  in 

dyeing  or  tanning,  X.E.S   u 

Extract  of  logwood,  fustic,  oak  and  of  oak  bark  and 

quebracho   ■• 

Flowers,  leaves  and  roots  : — 

Roots,  medicinal,  viz.  :  Alkanet,  crude,  crushed  or 
ground,  aconite,  calumba,  folia?  digitalis,  gen- 
tian, 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,  shellac  ;  and 
white  shellac  in  gum  or  flake,  for  manufacturing 
purposes  ;  and  gum  tragaoanth,  gum  gedda  and 

gum  barberry   Lbs. 

Chicle  or  sappato  gum,  crude  

Indigo   ii 

Indigo  auxiliary  or  zinc  dust   n 

Indigo,  paste  and  extract  of  

Iodine,  crude      h 

Kainite,  or  German  potash  salts  for  fertilizers. ...  n 

Lac,  crude,  seed,  button,  stick  and  shell   « 

Litmus  and  all  litchens,  prepared  and  not  prepared  a 
Logwood  and  fustic,  ground,  and  ground  oak  bark.  h 
Madder  and  munjeet,  or  Indian  madder,  ground  or 

prepared,  and  all  extracts  of   $ 

Manganese,  oxide  of  Lbs. 

Moss,  Iceland,  and  other  mosses   >■ 

Nut  galls  and  extracts  thereof  i 

Ottar  or  attar  of  roses,  and  oil  of  roses   Oz. 

Phosphorus  Lbs. 

Quicksilver   n 

Quinine,  salts  of   Oz. 

Saffron  and  safflower  and  extract  of,  and  saffron  cake  Lbs. 

Sal  ammoniac   » 

Saltpetre     » 

Soda,  nitrate  of,  soda  ash,  soda  caustic,  bichromate 
of  soda,  sal.  soda  and  silicate  of  soda  in  crystals 

or  in  solution.     „ 

Soda,  chlorate  and  bisulphite  of   » 

Soda,  nitrate  of   « 

Sodium,  sulphide  of,  arseniate,  binarseniate,  chloride 

and  stannate  of  soda.  i 

Sulphate  of  iron  (copperas).   « 

Sulphate  of  copper  (blue  vitrol)  ■ 

Tartar  emetic  and  gray  tartar   n 

Tartaric  acid  crystals   H 

Terra  japonica,  gambier  or  cutch   » 

Tin  crystals   $ 

Turmeric    Lbs. 

L'ltramarine  blue,  dry  or  in  pulp  , 

Verdigris,  or  sub  acetate  of  copper,  dry   n 

Zinc,  salts  of  i 


Imported. 


Entered  for 

Home 
Consumption. 


Quantity.     Value.   I  Quantity.  Value 


1,175 
15,735 
1,051,170 
s?,071 

1,291 
1,360 
40,624 

1,190,381 

5,471,742 


272,134 
667,790. 
5,122 
2,183 
11,550 
140,610 
117,651 
1,109 
167,656 
1,281,009 


41,063,295 
168,221. 
1,824,213 

667,636 
1,538,880 
1,483,672 
13,337 
134,489 
487,337 


32,737 
242,598 
4,832; 
132,836^ 


767. 
1,993 


1,175 
15,735 


167,611  1,051,170 
12,5191  82,071 


1,251 
511 
1,876 

41,883 

209,585 


4.216 


3,016,220 

611,304 

280,043 

53,628 

233,736 

55,210 

123,836 

5,452 

18,325 

4,310 

3,995 

7,801 

193,485 

1,281 

251 

7 

91 

2 

425,767 

11,193 

50:3 

8,176 
33,460 
982 

8,255 

3,438 
94,564 
36,436 
295 

9,459 
46,804 


509,278 
5,183 
29,408 

7,490 
14,330 
73,190 

1,27 
24,513 
19,878 

2,410 

2,445 
12,029 
460 

5,359 


1,291 
1.360 
40,624 

*,  190,381 

5,471,742 


3,016,220 
280,043 
233,736 
123,836 
18,325 
3,995 
193,485 
25 
9 

425,767 


272,134 
667,790 
5,122 
2,183 
11,550 
140,610 
117,651 
1,109 
167,656 
1,281,009 


41,063.295 
168,221 
1,824,213 

667,636 
1,538,880 
4,483,672 
13,337 
134,489 
487,337 

32,737 
242,598 
4,832 
132,836 


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No.  13. — Summary  Statement  of  Imports — Continued. 


ARTICLES. 


FREE  GOODS — MANUFACTURED  ARTICLES,  ETC.  —  Con  . 

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  edible  and  which  are  in  a  crude 
state  and  not  advanced  in  value  by  refining  or  grind- 
ing or  any  other  process  of  manufacture  and  not 
otherwise  provided  for..  


Total,  drugs. 


Duck  for  belting  and  hose,  imported  by  manufacturers 
of  such  articles  for  use  in  the  manufacture  thereof 
in  their  own  factories  

Fashion  plates,  tailors',  milliners' and  mantle-makers'. . 

Felt,  adhesive,  for  sheathing  vessels  

Fertilizers  uncompounded  or  unmanufactured,  N.E.S. . 

Fillets  of  cotton  and  rubber,  not  exceeding  7  inches 
wide,  imported  by  and  for  the  use  of  manufacturers  of 
card  clothing   . .  .  

Fisheries,  for  the  use  of,  viz. : — 

Fish  hooks  for  deep  sea  or  lake  fishing,  not  smaller  in 
size  than  No.  2'0,  not  including  hooks  commonly 

used  for  sportsman's  purposes    

Bank,  cod,  pollock  and  mackerel  fish  lines;  and  mack- 
erel, herring,  salmon,  seal,  seine,  mullet,  net  and 
trawl  twine  m  hanks  or  coil,  barked  or  not, — in 
variety  of  sizes  and  threads,— including  gillmg 
thread  in  balls,  and  head  ropes,  barked  marline, 
and  net  morsels  of  cotton,  hemp  or  flax,  and  deep 
sea  fishing  nets  or  seines,  when  used  exclusively  for 
the  fisheries,  and  not  including  lines  or  nets  com- 
monly used  for  sportsman's  purposes  

Total,  fish  hooks,  lines,  &c  


Imported. 


Glove  fasteners,  metal  eyelet  hooks  and  eyelets,  and  shoe 

lace  wire  fasteners     $ 

Globes,  geographical,  topographical  and  astronomical..  m 

Gold  beaters'  moulds  and  gold  beaters'  skins   n 

Gold  and  silver  sweepings   n 

Gutta  percha   Lbs. 

Hair  brush  pads..      § 

Hatters'  bands  (not  cords),  bindings,  tips  and  sides,  hat 
sweats  and  linings,  both  tips  and  sides,  imported  by 
hat  and  cap  manufacturers,  for  use  in  the  manufacture 

of  these  articles  only  in  their  own  factories   « 

Hatters'  plush  of  silk  or  cotton     ...  li 

Hemp  paper,  made  on  four  cylinder  machines  and  calen- 
dered to  between  '006  and  '008  inch  thickness,  for  the 
manufacture  of  shot  shells  ;  primers  for  shot  shells  and 
cartridges,  and  felt  board  sized  and  hydraulic  pressed 
and  covered  with  paper  or  uncovered,  for  the  manu- 
facture of  gunwads,  imported  by  manufacturers  of 
shot  shells,  cartridges  and  gunwads,  to  be  used  for 

these  purposes  only  in  their  own  factories   n 

Ingot  moulds     " 

Iron  liquor,  solutions  of  acetate  or  nitrate  of  iron  for 

dyeing  and  calico  printing   n 

Iron  sand  or  globules  or  iron  shot  and  dry  putty  for 

polishing  glass  or  granite   Cwt. 

Ivories,  piano  key   $ 

Junk,  old,  and  oakum   Cwt. 


Quantity .  Value, 


99,610 


3,121,523 


19,845 


1,144 


57,003 


102,316 
5,360 
585 
26,679 


242 


Entered  for  Home 
Consumption. 


Quantity .  Value. 


34,798 


592,118 


626,916 


75,544 
2,263 
104 
289 

13,338 


117 


97,542 
2,681 


215 
5,713 

1,563 

2,740 
45,750 
52,774 


19,845 


1,144 


57,003 


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No.  13. — Summary  Statement  of  Imports — Continued. 


ARTICLES. 


FREE  GOODS— MANUFACTURED  ARTICLES,   ETC. — Continued. 


Jute  cloth  as  taken  from  the  loom,  not  coloured,  cropped, 
mangled,  pressed,  calendered,  nor  finished,in  any  way. . 

Jute,  flax  or  hemp  yarn,  plain,  dyed  or  coloured,  jute 
canvas,  not  pressed  or  calendered,  imported  by  manu- 
facturers of  carpets,  rugs  and  mats,  jute  webbing  or 
jute  cloth,  hammocks,  twines  and  floor  oil  cloth,  for 
use  in  the  manufacture  of  any  of  these  articles  only, 
in  their  own  factories  

Kelp,  sea  grass  and  sea  weed,  N.E.S   

Lampblack  and  ivory  black    

Lime  juice,  crude  only  

Lastings,  mohair  cloth,  or  other  manufactures  of  cloth, 
imported  by  manufacturers  of  buttons  for  use  in  their 
own  factories,  and  woven  or  made  in  patterns  of  such 
size,  shape,  or  form,  or  cut  in  such  manner  as  to  be  fit 
for  covering  buttons  exclusively  

Manilla  hoods   

Manuscripts  and  insurance  maps  

Maps  and  charts  for  the  use  of  schools  for  the  blind. .  . 

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  prizes  won  in  bona  fide  competitions  

Mexican  saddle  trees  and  stirrups  of  wood  

Metals,  viz.: — 

Aluminum  in  ingots,  blocks  or  bars,  strips,  sheets  or 

plates.  

Anchors  ...     

Bismuth,  metallic,  in  its  natural  state  

Brass  cups,  being  rough  blanks,  for  the  manufacture 
of  paper  shells  or  cartridges  when  imported  by 
manufacturers  of  brass  and  paper  shells  and  cart- 
ridges, for  use  in  their  own  factories  

Brass,  old  and  scrap  or  in  blocks  

Brass  in  bolts,  bars  and  rods  in  coils  or  otherwise,  in 

lengths  not  less  than  6  feet,  unmanufactured.  .  . 
Brass  in  strips,  sheets  or  plates,  not  polished,  plan- 
ished or  coated    

Brass  tubing,  not  bent  or  otherwise  manufactured,  in 
lengths  not  less  than  6  feet  


Yds. 


Lbs. 
Cwt 
Lbs. 
Gal. 


Lbs. 
Cwt. 
Lbs. 


Cwt. 


Lbs. 


Total,  brass. 


Britannia  metal,  in  pigs,  blocks  or  bars  Cwt. 

Copper,  old  and  scrap  or  in  blocks   „ 

Copper  in  pigs  or  ingots   „ 

Copper  in  bolts,  bars  and  rods  in  coils  or  otherwise,  in 

lengths  not  less  than  6  feet,  unmanufactured  ....  ■■ 
Copper,  in  sheets,  strips  or  plates,  not  planished  or 

coated,  &c   „ 

Copper  tubing,  in  lengths  not  less  than  6  feet,  and  not 

polished,  bent  or  otherwise  manufactured  Lbs. 

Copper  rollers,  for  use  in  ealico  printing,  imported  for 

calico  printers  for  use  in  their  own  factories   $ 


Imported. 


Quantity.  Value. 


15,162,568 


1,765,314 
891 
363,726 
21,320 


Total,  copper. 


Hoop  iron,  not  exceeding  three-eighths  of  an  inch  in 
width  and  being  No.  2o  gauge  and  thinner,  used  for 
the  manufacture  of  tubular  rivets    Cwt. 

Iron  or  steel,  rolled  round  wire  rods,  in  the  coil, not  over 
3-inch  in  diameter,  imported  by  wire  manufacturers 
for  use  in  making  wire  in  the  coil  in  their  factories,  n 


25,045 
3,838 
540 


4,200 
6,893 
10,469 
380,899 


369 


372 
9,143 

31,028 

25,874 

208,780 


44,343 
410,094 


I 

663,752 


133,428 
2,431 
18,437 
6,348 


1,145 
948 
504 

1,316 


852 
9,123 


8,745 
19,567 
828 


55,923 
46,967 

71,371 

123,576 

83,199 


381,036 


Entered  fgr 

Home 
Consumption. 


Quantity.  Value, 


15,162,568 


1,765,314 
891 
363,726 
21,320 


25,045 
3,838 
540 


4,200 
6,893 
10,469 
380,889 


12,248 


4,73!) 
147,535 

521,614 

208.477 

48.289 

15,300 


369 


945,954 


65,301 
645,136 


372 
9,143! 

31,028 

25,874 

2UN.7S0 


44,343 
410,094 


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No.  13. — Summary  Statement  of  Imports — Continued. 


ARTICLES, 


FREE  GOODS— MANUFACTURED  ARTICLES,  ETC. — Continued. 

Metals — 

Iron  or  steel  masts,  or  parts  thereof  Cwt. 

Rolled  iron  tubes  not  welded,  or  joined,  under  1^-inch 
in  diameter,  angle  iron  9  and  10  gauge,  not  over  1| 
inch  wide,  iron  tubing  lacquered  or  brass  covered,  not 
over  lJj-inch  diameter,  all  of  which  are  to  be  cut  to 
lengths  for  the  manufacture  of  bedsteads,  and  to  be 
used  for  no  other  purpose,  and  brass  trimmings  for 
bedsteads,  imported  for  the  manufacture  of  iron  or 
brass  bedsteads     n 

Scrap  iron  and  scrap  steel,  old,  and  fit  only  to  be  re- 
manufactured,  being  part  of  or  recovered  from  any 
vessel  wrecked  in  waters  subject  to  the  jurisdiction 
of  Canada   y 

Steel  bowls  for  cream  separators,  and  cream  separators  $ 

Iron  or  steel  beams,  sheets,  plates,  angles,  knees  and 
cable  chains  for  wooden,  iron,  steel  or  composite 
ships  or  vessels   Cwt. 

Locomotive  and  car  wheel  tires  of  steel  in  the  rough.  h 

Manufactured  artices  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  $ 

Material  for  international  structures  i 

Lead,  nitrate  and  acetate  of,  not  ground   Lbs. 

Lead,  tea  _   n 

Mining,  smelting  and  reducing  machinery,  viz. : — Coal 
cutting  machines  except  percussion  coal  cutters,  coal 
heading  machines,  coal  augers  and  rotary  coal  drills, 
core  drills,  miners'  safety  lamps,  coal  washing  ma- 
chinery, coke-making  machinery,  ore  drying  machin- 
ery, ore  roasting  machinery,  electric  or  magnetic  ma- 
chines for  separating  or  concentrating  iron  ores,  blast 
furnace  water  jackets,  converters  for  metallurgical 
processes  in  iron  or  copper,  briquette  making  ma- 
chines, ball  and  rock  emery  grindingmachines,  copper 
plates,  plated  or  not,  machinery  for  extraction  of 
precious  metals  by  the  chlorination  or  cyanide  pro- 
cesses, monitors,  giants  and  elevators  for  hydraulic 
mining,  amalgam  safes,  automaticore  samplers, auto- 
matic feeders,  jigs,  classifiers,  separators,  retorts, 
buddies,  vanners,  mercury  pumps,  pyrometers, 
bullion  furnaces,  amalgam  cleaners,  gold  mining  slime 
tables,  blast  furnace  blowing  engines,  wrought  iron 
tubing,  butt  or  lap- welded, threaded  or  coupled  or  not, 
not  less  than  2i  inches  diameter,  imported  for  use 
exclusively  in  mining,  smelting,  reducing  or  refining  $ 
Platinum  wire  and  platinum  in  bars,  strips,  sheets  or 
plates  ;  platinum  retorts,  pans,  condensers,  tubing  and 
pipe,  imported  by  manufacturers  of  sulphuric  acid  for 

use  in  their  works..   ■ 

Platinum  and  black  oxide  of  copper  for  use  in  the  manu- 
facture of  chlorate   Lbs . 

Ribs  of  brass,  iron  or  steel,  runners,  rings,  caps,  notches, 
ferrules,  mounts,  and  sticks  or  canes  in  the  rough,  or 
not  further  manufactured  than  cut  into  lengths 
suitable  for  umbrella,  parasol  or  sunshade  or  walk- 
ing sticks,  imported  by  manufacturers  of  umbrellas, 
parasols  and  sunshades  for  use  in  their  factories  in 
the  manufacture  of  umbrellas,  parasols,  sunshades  or 
walking  sticks. .    1 


Imported. 


Quantity.  Value 


24 


52 


19,762 


6,851 


103,112 
23,173 


258,313 
858,950 


57,659 


2,607 
260,969 


292,958 
70,116 


90,031 
196,489 


1,681,318 


11,073 
41,776 


Entered  for 

Home 
Consumption. 


Quantity.  Value. 


24 


19,762 


6,851 


52 


57,659 


2,607 
260,969 


103,112  292,958 
23,173  70,116 


90,031 
359,307 


258,313 
858,950 


1.534,6591 

20,263 
88 


7^,726 


51 


1,844,136 

11,073 
41,776 


1,535,225 

20;263 
88 


74,726 


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ARTICLES 


Entered  for 
Home 

conscm  tiox. 


FREE  GOODS — MANUFACTURED  ARTICLES,  ETC. — Con. 

Metals— 

Sewing  machine  attachments   $ 

Silver,  German  silver  and  nickel  silver,  in  ingots, 
blocks,  bars,  strips,  sheets  or  plates,  unmanu- 
factured Lbs, 

Steel  rails,  weighing  not  less  than  45  lbs.  per  lineal 
yard,  for  use  only  in  the  tracks  of  railways  which 
are  employed  in  the  common  carrying  of  goods  and 
passengers  and  are  operated  by  steam  motive  power 
only.   Cwt. 

Steel  for  saws  and  straw  cutters,  cut  to  shape  but  not 
further  manufactured   •• 

Steel  strip  and  flat  steel  wire  imported  by  manufac- 
turers of  buckthorn  and  plain  strip  fencing,  for  use 
in  their  own  factories  in  the  manufacture  thereof. .  n 

Steel  wire,  Bessemer  soft  drawn  spring,  of  Nos.  10,  12 
and  13  £ange,  respectively,  and  homo  steel  spring 
wire  of  Nos.  11  and  12  gauge,  respectively,  imported 
by  manufacturers  of  wire  mattresses,  to  be  used  in 
their  own  factories  in  the  manufacture  of  such 
articles  

Crucible  sheet  steel,  11  to  16  gauge,  2^  to  18  inches 
wide,  imported  by  manufacturers  of  mower  and 
reaper  knives  for  manufacture  of  such  knives  in 
their  own  factories   n 

Steel  of  No.  20  gauge  and  thinner,  but  not  thinner  than 
No.  30  gauge,  for  the  manufacture  of  corset  steels, 
clock  springs  and  shoe  shanks,  imported  by  the 
manufacturers  of  such  articles  for  exclusive  use  in 
the  manufacture  thereof  in  their  own  factories   ■■ 

Flat  steel  wire,  of  No.  16  gauge  or  thinner,  imported 
by  the  manufacturers  of  crinoline  or  corset  wire  and 
dress  stays,  for  list  in  the  manufacture  of  such  arti- 
cles in  their  own  factories  i 

Steel  valued  at  2A  cents  per  pound  and  upwards,  im- 
ported by  the  manufacturers  of  skates,  for  use  exclu- 
sively in  the  manufacture  thereof  in  their  own 
factories  

Steel,  under  \  inch  in  diameter,  or  under  i  inch  square, 
imported  by  the  manufacturers  of  cutlery,  or  of 
knobs,  or  of  locks,  for  use  exclusively  in  the  manu- 
facture of  such  articles  in  their  own  factories    ■■ 

Steel  of  No.  12  gauge  and  thinner,  but  not  thinner 
than  No.  30  gauge,  for  the  manufacture  of  buckle 
clasps,  bed  fasts,  furniture  casters  and  ice  creepers, 
imported  by  the  manufacturers  of  such  articles,  for 
use  exclusively  in  the  manufacture  thereof  in  their 
own  factories  

Steel  of  No.  24  and  17  gauge,  in  sheets  sixty-three 
inches  long,  and  from  18  inches  to  32  inches  wide, 
imported  by  the  manufacturers  of  tubular  bow 
sockets  for  use  in  the  manufacture  of  such  articles 
in  their  own  factories      H 

Steel  for  the  manufacture  of  bicycle  chain,  imported 
by  the  manufacturers  of  bicycle  chain  for  use  in  the 
manufacture  thereof  in  their  own  factories   n 

Steel  for  the  manufacture  of  files,  augers,  auger  bits, 
hammers,  axes,  hatchets,  scythes,  reaping-hooks, 
hoes,  hand-rakes,  hay  or  straw  knives,  wind-mills 
and  agricultural  or  harvesting  forks,  imported  by 
the  manufacturers  of  such  or  any  of  such  articles  for 
use  exclusively  in  the  manufacture  thereof  in  their 
own  factories   n 

11 — i — 8 


25,604 

2,514,785 
15,482 

107 

3,708 
2,040 

2,662 
2,006 
2,376 
2,337 

657 

2,754 
374 

62,581 


3,329,919    2,514,785  3,329,919 
131,262        15,482  131,262 


299 


13,021 


9,366 


107!  299 


3,708 


13,021 


2,040  9,366 


9,739  2,662 


13,822 
10,365 
4,781 

1,433 

4,764 
1,640 


2,006 


2,376 


2,337 


657 


2,754 


9,739 


13,822 


10,365 


4,781 


1,433 


4,764 


374  1,640 


138,816        62,581  138.81& 


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No.  13. — Summary  Statement  of  Imports — Continued. 


ARTICLES. 


FREE  GOODS — MANUFACTURED  ARTICLES,  ETC. — Con. 

Metals  — 

Steel  springs  for  the  manufacture  of  surgical  trusses, 
imported  by  the  manufacturers  for  use  exclusively 
in  the  manufacture  thereof  in  their  own  factories . .  Cwt. 

Flat  spring  steel,  steel  billets  and  steel  axle  bars,  im- 
ported by  manufacturers  of  carriage  springs  and  car- 
riage-axles  for  use  exclusively  in  the  manufac  ture  of 
springs  and  axles  for  carriages  or  vehicles  other  than 
railway  or  tramway,  in  their  own  factories   n 

Spiral  spring  steel  for  spiral  springs  for  railways,  im- 
ported by  the  manufacturers  of  railway  springs  for 
use  exclusively  in  the  manufacture  of  railway  spiral 
springs  in  their  own  factories   n 

Total,  steel  


Imported. 


Quantity.  Value 


Stereotypes,  electrotypes  and  celluloids  of  newspaper 
columns  in  any  language  other  than  French  and  En- 
glish, 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. 

Spelter,  zinc,  in  blocks  and  pigs  Cwt. 

Tagging  metal,  plain,  japanned  or  coated,  in  coils,  not 
over  ljin.  wide,  imported  by  manufacturers  of 
corset  laces  for  use  in  their  factories   n 


Tin,  in  blocks,  pigs  and  bars . 

Tin  plates  and  sheets  

Tinfoil  

Tin  strip  waste  


Lbs. 


Total,  tin . . . 


Barbed  fencing  wire  of  iron  and  steel   Cwt. 

Wire,  crucible  cast  steel   Lbs. 

Wire  of  brass,  zinc,  iron  or  steel,  screwed  or  twisted,  or 
flattened  and  corrugated,  for  use  in  connection  with 
nailing  machines  for  the  manufacture  of  boots  and 
shoes      ii 

Galvanized  iron  or  steel  wire,  Nos.  9,  12ard  13  gauge.  Cwt. 

Wire  rigging  for  ships  and  vessels   n 


Total,  wire 


Yellow  metal,  in  bars,  bolts  and  for  sheathing  Cwt. 

Zinc  in  blocks,  pigs,  sheets  and  plates   n 

Molasses,  testing  less  than  35  p.c,  to  be  used  for 
manufacture  of  horse  food     Lbs. 

Molasses,  second  process,  or  molasses  derived  from  the 
manufacture  of  "  molasses  sugar  "  testing  by  polaris- 
cope  less  than  35  degrees,  imported  by  manufacturers 
of  blacking  for  use  in  their  factories  in  the  manufac- 
ture of  blacking   n 

Mohair  yarns   n 

Newspapers  and  quarterly,  monthly  and  semi-monthly 
magazines  and  weekly  literary  papers,  unbound   $ 

No'ls,  being  the  short  wool  which  falls  from  the  combs 
in  worsted  factories,  and  worsted  tops,  N.E.S   n 

Oil  cake  and  oil  cake  meal,  cotton  seed  cake  and  meal, 
palm  nut  cake  and  meal  Cwt. 


475 


35,106 


16,826 


949,651 
14,621 


315 


29,323 
543,290 
313,601 


142,535 
1,025,416 


110,708 
124,258 
5,265 


2,880 
20,527 


600 
1,021 


30,256 


Entered  for 

Home 
Consumption. 


Quantity.  Value 


1,264 


72,190 


30,251 


3,772,932 


29,775 
58,283 


1,459 


697,664 
1,466,965 
49,758 
110 


2,214,497 


316,664 
82,063 


26,903 
324,882 
27,333 


777,845 


38,268 
103,457 


755 
151,571 
89,847 
29,836 


475 


35,106 


1,264 


72,190 


16,826  30,251 


3,772,932 


949,651 
14,621 


315! 


29,775 
58,283 


1,459 


29,323  697,664 
543.290  1,466,965 
49,758 
110 


313,601 


142,535 
1,025,416 


110,708 
124,858 
5,265 


2,880 
20,527 

22,400 


1,200 
1,021 


2,214,497 


316,664 
82,063 


26,903 
326,633 
27,333 


779,596 


30,256 


38,268 
103,457 

335 


14 

755 

151,571 
89,847 
29,836 


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No.  13. — Summary  Statement  op  Imports — ContinueiL 


ARTICLES. 


Imported. 


Entered  for  Home 
Consumption. 


Quantity. 


free  goods— manufactured  articles,  etc.  —Con. 

Oils,  viz.: — Cocoa  nut  and  palm,  in  their  natural  state. 

Carbolic  or  heavy  oil  

Cotton-seed  oil  for  the  manufacture  of  liquid  annatto. 
Olive  oil  for  manufacturing  soap  or  tobacco  or  for 
canning  fish   

Packages   

Philosophical  instruments  and  apparatus,  such  as  are 
not  manufactured  in  Canada,  imported  for  use  in 
universities,  colleges,  schools,  scientific  societies,  and 
public  hospitals  

Photographs,  not  exceeding  three,  sent  by  friends  and 
not  for  the  purpose  of  sale    

Pictorial  illustrations  of  insects,  etc.,  when  imported 
for  the  use  of  colleges  and  schools,  scientific  and  liter- 
ary societies  

Pitch  and  tar  (pine)  in  packages  of  not  less  than  15  galls. 

Plaits,  plain,  chip,  manilla,  mohair,  straw,  Tuscan  and 
grass    

Potash,  caustic  

Potash,  chlorate  of,  not  further  prepared  than  ground, 
and  free  from  admixture  with  any  other  substance. . . 

Potash,  German  mineral     

Potash,  muriate  and  bichromate  of,  crude  

Potash,  red  and  yellow  prussiate  of  

Prunella    

Rags  of  cotton,  linen,  jute,  hemp  and  woollen  ;  paper 
waste  clippings,  and  waste  of  any  kind,  except 
mineral  

Red  liquor,  a  crude  acetate  of  aluminum,  prepared  from 
pyroligneous  acid  for  dyeing  and  calico  printing  

Resin  or  rosin  in  packages  of  not  less  than  100  lbs  . . 

Rosin  oil  


Gals. 


Galls. 
Lbs. 


9 

Cwt. 
8 

Cwt. 


Rubber,  crude,  caoutchouc  or  India  rubber,  unmanufac- 
tured Lbs. 

Rubber,  recovered,  and  rubber  substitute  and  hard 
rubber  in  sheets   „ 

Rubber  powdered  and  rubber  waste   » 


Total,  rubber. 


Rubber  thread,  elastic  

Seeds,  aromatic,  crude,  not  edible,  viz.: — 

Anise,  anise-star,  caraway,  coriander,  cardamon, 
cummin,  fenugreek  and  fennel  

Soda,  sulphate  of,  crude,  known  as  salt  cake  

Spurs  and  stilts  used  in  the  manufacture  of  earthen- 
ware    

Square  or  round  reeds  and  raw  hide  centres,  textile 
leather  or  rubber  heads,  thumbs  and  tips,  and  steel, 
iron  or  nickle  caps  for  whip  ends,  imported  by  whip 
manufacturers  for  use  in  the  manufacture  of  whips  in 
in  their  own  factories   

Surgical  and  dental  instruments  and  surgical  needles  . . 

Teasels  

Treenails   

Turpentine,  raw  or  crude    

Typewriters,  tablets  with  movable  figures,  and  musical 
instruments,  imported  by  and  for  use  of  schools  for 
the  blind  

Varnish,  black  and  bright,  for  ships'  use  

Veneers  of  ivory,  unmanufactured  

H_i_8| 


Lbs. 


M. 
Lbs. 


Galls 


407,213 
11,117 

3,080 

11,102 


278,129 

506,716 
79,107 

147,740 

84,978 
629,480 
25,190 


390,028 


103,304 


2,997,01: 

1,395,333 
512,642 


1,449 


74.445 
8,742 


26 
15,493 


1,072 


Value. 


Quantity. 


Value. 


138,131  407.213 
1,488  11,117 
1,224  3,080 


4,627 
24,024 


34,755 
109 


15 
17,591 

100,629 
4,078 

7,224 
2,991 
28,700 
3,474, 
5,520 


11,127 


278,129 

506,716 
79,107 

147,740 
84,978 

629,4*0 
25,190 


225,924 

364 
125,363 
9,909 


390,028 
i03^304 


138,131 
1,488 
1,224 

4,658 
24,024 


34,755 
109 


15 
17,591 

100,629 
4,078 

7,224 
2,991 
28,700 
3,474 
5,520 


225,924 

364 
125  363 
9,909 


1,755,488    2,997,017  1,755,488 


179,882  1,395,333 
35,854  512,642 


179,882 
35,854 


1,971,224!   1,971,224 


2,109 


3,276 
87 

246 


1,449 


29,313 
127,012 
685 

386  26 
463  15,493 


184 
351 
,023 


1,072 


2,109 


3,276 
87 

246 


29,313 
127,012 
685 
386 
463 


184 

351 
8,023 


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1-2  EDWARD  VII.,  A.  1902 

No.  13. — Summary  Statement  of  Imports — Continued. 


ARTICLES. 


FREE  GOODS— MANUFACTURED  ARTICLES,  ETC.  —  Con. 

Yarns,  spun  from  the  hair  of  the  alpaca,  or  of  the  angora- 
goat,  imported  by  manufacturers  of  braids  for  use  ex- 
clusively in  their  factories  in  the  manufacture  of 
such  braids  only   Lbs. 

Yarns,  wool  or  worsted,  genapped,  dyed  or  finished,  im- 
ported by  manufacturers  of  braids,  cords,  tassels  and 
fringes   n 


Imported. 


Quantity.  |  Value. 


Total  manufactures,  &c  . 


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  heir- 
looms left  by  bequest     " 

Articles  the  growth,  produce  or  manufacture  of  Canada, 
returned  after  having  been  exported   n 

Articles  for  the  use  ot  the  Governor  General    » 

Articles  for  the  personal  or  official  use  of  Consuls  Gen- 
eral who  are  natives  or  citizens  of  the  country  they 
represent,  and  who  are  not  engaged  in  any  other  busi- 
ness or  profession   h 

Articles  imported  by,  or  for  the  use  of,  the  Dominion 
Government,  or  any  of  the  departments  thereof,  or 
by  and  for  the  Senate  and  House  of  Commons,  &c. .  n 

Articles  for  the  use  of  the  army  and  navy,  viz.  : 

Anns,  military  or  naval  clothing,  musical  instruments 
for  bands,  military  stores  and  munitions  of  war  ; 
also  articles  consigned  direct  to  officers  and  men  on 
board  vessels  of  Her  Majesty's  navy,  for  their  own 
personal  use   n 

Articles  ex-warehoused  for  ships'  stores   » 

Articles  ex-warehoused  for  excise  purposes  to  be  manu- 
factured in  bond,  not  elsewhere  specified   n 

Bacteriological  products  or  serums  for  subcutaneous  in- 
jections i 

Barrels  or  packages  of  Canadian  manufacture  which  have 
been  exported  filled  with  Canadian  products,  when 
returned,  or  exported  empty  and  returned  filled  with 
foreign  products     No. 

Bird  skins  and  skins  of  animals  not  native  to  Canada, 
for  taxidermic  purposes,  not  further  manufactured 
than  prepared  for  preservation  ,   $ 

Botanical  specimens   m 

Cabinets  of  coins,  collections  of  medals,  and  of  other 
antiquities,  including  collections  of  postage  stamps.,  n 

Casts  as  models  for  the  use  of  schools  of  design   n 

Clothing,  and  books,  donations  of,  for  charitable 
purposes   h 

Coffee,  green,  imported  direct  from  the  country  of 
growth  and  production    ....  Lbs. 

Entomological  specimens   $ 

Ice   ii 

Models  of  inventions  and  of  other  improvements  in  the 
arts,  but  no  article  shall  be  deemed  a  model  which  can 
be  fitted  for  use   n 

Paintings  in  oil,  or  water  colours  by  artists  of  well- 
known  merit,  or  copies  of  the  Old  Masters  by  such 
artists   ii 


92,229 


91,632 


3,345,284 


3,470 
26,377 


28,203,612 


1,244 


4,079 

168,354 
13,647 


3;574 
1,616,337 

632,616 


Entered  for 

Home 
Consumption. 


Quantity.  Value 


8,888 
92,229 


21,453 


12,767 


152 
3,525 

18,270, 
300j 

16,856 

347,226 
175 
768 


3,442 
421,287 


91,632 


3,345,284 


3,470 
26,377 


28,369,120 


1,244 


4,079 

168,354 
13,647 


4,023 
1,650,813 


633,779 
410,966 

7,129 

21,453 

12,767 


152 
3,525 

18,270 
300 

16,856 

347,226 
175 
768 


3,442 
421,287 


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ARTICLES. 


Imported. 


Quantity.  Value. 


Entered  for 

Home 
Consumption. 


Quantity.  Value. 


FREE  GOODS — MISCELLANEOUS  ARTICLES — Oon. 

Paintings  in  oil  or  water  colours,  the  production  of 

Canadian  artists   $ 

Passover  bread,  O.  C  t 

Settlers' effects    ....  >■ 

Specimens,  models  and  wall  diagrams  for  illustration  of 
natural  history  for  universities  and  public  museums. .  ■■ 

Tea  of  India,  black,  imported  direct,  or  purchased  in 
bond  in  United  Kingdom   Lb. 

Tea  of  India,  green,  imported  direct,  or  purchased  in 
bond  in  United  Kingdom   ■■ 

Tea  of  Ceylon,  black,  imported  direct,  or  purchased  in 
bond  in  United  Kingdom.    n 

Tea  of  Ceylon,  green,  imported  direct,  or  purchased  in 
bond  in  United  Kingdom   n 

Tea  of  China,  black,  imported  direct,  or  purchased  in 
bond  in  United  Kingdom      ■■ 

Tea  of  China,  green,  imported  direct,  or  purchased  in 
bond  in  LTnited  Kingdom. . .   it 

Tea  of  Japan,  black,  imported  direct,  or  purchased  in 
bond  in  United  Kingdom   h 

Tea  of  Japan,  green,  imported  direct,  or  purchased  in 
bond  in  United  Kingdom   h 

Tea  of  other  countries,  black,  imported  direct,  or  pur- 
chased in  bond  in  United  Kingdom   n 

Tea  of  other  countries,  green,  imported  direct,  or  pur- 
chased in  bond  in  United  Kingdom   n 


Total,  tea  

Vaccine  and  ivory  vaccine  points . 


Coin,  gold  and  silver,  except  U.  S.  silver  coin  

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  


1,296 
3,783 
3,740,630 

1,565 


3,996,544 
81,578 
6,250,963 

335,815; 
3,629,286 

862,379. 

831,307 
6,619,296! 

283,801: 
24,335 


515,339 
11,061 
907,533 
48,442 
453,171 
100,150 
123,232 
947,286 
43,296 
3,669 


22,915,304  3,153,179 


18,040 


3,996,544 

515,339 

81,578 

11,061 

6,250,963 

907,533 

335,815 

48,442 

3,629,286 

453,171 

862,379 

100,150 

831,307 

123,232 

6.619,296 

947,286 

283,801 

43,296 

24,335 

3,669 

22,915,304 

3,153,179 

Articles  for  use  of  the  Anglo-American  Telegraph  Co. . 

Circus  menagerie     

Other  miscellaneous  articles  


Total  miscellaneous . 
Total  free  goods. . . . 


3,068,554 
238,515 
230,225 


3,537,294 


63 
64,700 
33,863 


13,870, 485j 


14,229,968 


74..S40.S07 


75, 20s.  232 


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1-2  EDWARD  VII.,  A.  1902 
RECAPITULATION— FREE  GOODS. 


1901. 


The  Mine. .... 

ii  Fisheries. 

it  Forest  

Animals  . . 
Agriculture. . 
Manufactures. 
Miscellaneous. 


Total  

Coin  and  bullion. 


Total  free  goods . . 
it  dutiable  


Grand  total. 


Duty  collected,  $29,106,979.89. 


Value  of 

Goods 
Imported. 


Value  of 
Goods  Entered 
for 

Consumption. 


9,891,195 
428,540 
3,488,493 
8,283,142 
10,675,400 
28,203,612 
10,333,191 


71,303,573 
3,537,294 


74,840,867 
115,£74,658 


190,415,525 


9,891,195 
428,540 
3,488,493 
8,016,741 
10,844,175 
28,369,120 
10,692,674 


71,730,938 
3,537,294 

75,268,232 
105,969,756 


181,237,988 


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ARTICLES. 


FREE  GOODS. 

PRODCCE  OF  THE  MINE. 

Clay  .   * 

Coal,  anthracite   Tons. 

Minerals   $ 

Ores   .. 

Precious  stones   i 

Salt   n 

Whiting     it 

Other  articles   ■■ 

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Entered  for  Consumption. 


British  Empire. 


Other  Countries. 


Quantity.   ;     Value.     j  Quantity.  Value. 


13,442 


FISHERIES. 


Fish  of  all  kinds. 

Fish  oil.  

Other  articles  


Total. 


Cork  wood   $ 

Bark   

Ivory  nuts  

Logs  and  round  unmanufactured  timber  

Lumber  and  timber.   

Other  articles  


Total 


ANIMALS  AND  THEIR  PRODUCTS. 

nimals  for  improvement  of  stock   

ristles  

Fur  skins,  not  dressed  

Grease,  &c  

Hides  and  skins   

Silk,  raw  ■  

Wool   Lbs. 

Other  articles   •> 

Total  


AGRICULTURAL  PRODUCTS. 


-room  corn    $ 

Fibre,  Mexican  and  vegetable    n 

Fruits,  green   >• 

Hemp,  undressed   . 

Indian  corn     Bush. 


'obacco,  for  excise   Lbs. 

her  articles   


Total. 


4,420,427 


14,s.\s 


40,494 
52,544 
32,268 
165,034 
397,625 
301,365 
56,813 
9,409 


1,919,841 


1,055,552 


358.  S37 
37.973 
9,898 


406,708 


3,689 
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1,278 
8,046 
3,511 


100,757 
7,871,406 
22,069 
432,982 
265,323 
38,522 
4,065 
100,519 


8,835,643 


21,832 
21,832 


62,760 
15,542 
16,458 

261,585 
2,652,225 

463,350 


16,573  . 


3,471,920 


166,988 
30,201 
295.7:>7 
6,043 
826,662 


640,368 
30,279 


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78,589 
4,154,178 


127,317 
30,490 

1,092,559 
346,750 

3.284.f7o 
261,637 
652,527 
224,317 


6,020,443 


2,683 
2,118 
376,849 


70,855 
1,708 
109,388 

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14,400,888 


212,037 
16,823 

667,177 

299,626 
6,484,527 

705,947 
1,722,918 

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ARTICLES. 


FREE  GOODS—  Concluded. 

MANUFACTURED  AND  PARTIALLY  MANUFACTURED 
ARTICLES. 

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Bolting  cloths      n 

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Zinc   " 

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Pitch  and  tar  pine    $ 

Plaits,  tuscan,  straw  and  grass  


Resin  or  rosin ...  . 
Veneers  or  ivory . . 
Other  articles 

Total . 


MISCELLANEOUS  ARTICLES. 

Articles  for  Dominion  Government   $ 

ii       Army  and  Militia    ,  ii 

Coffee  (see  Dutiable)    Lbs. 

Models  of  inventions  .  .  .   . .  $> 

Settlers'  effects   n 

Tea  (see  Dutiable)   . .  Lbs. 

Coin  and  bullion   $ 

Other  articles  i 


Total. 


Total,  Free . .  . . 
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Grand  Total. ... 


Entered  for  Consumption. 


British  Empire. 


Quantity.  Value 


159,492 


740,046 


11,539,529 


6,614 
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45,377 
666,994 
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303,211 
205 
22,137 

65,991 
35,860 
813,773 
1,663,944 
26,618 
93,838 
36,806 


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2,967 
14,741 
67,748 
3,45' 
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1,401,111 


5,328,465 


474,312 
598,261 
103,316 
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808,309 
1,620,334 
200,015 
234,050 

4,038,651 


13,405,848 
33,447,056 


46,852,904 


Other  Countries. 


Quantity.  Value 


30,256 
273,045 


2,605,238 


11,375,775 


REC  APIT  ULATION. 

Value.  Duty. 

British  Empire.  . 
Other  countries  . 
Additional  duties 


$  46,852,904       $  8,308,189  20 
134,385,084         20,755,784  20 
  43,006  49 


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133 


Entered  for  Consumption. 


ARTICLES. 


1900. 


Quantity. 


FREE  GOODS. 

PRODUCE  OK  THE  MINE. 


Clay  

Coal,  anthracite. 

Minerals  

Ores  


Precious  stones,  not  polished . 

Salt  

Whiting  

Other  articles  


Total 


FISHERIES. 


Fish  of  all  kinds . 

Fish  oil..  

Other  articles. . . . 


Total. . 


Corkwood   § 


Bark. 


Ivory  nuts    

Logs  and  round  unmanufactured  timber  

Lumber  and  timber,  planks,  &c,  sawn,  not 

shaped  

Other  artlclas  


Total  

ANIMALS  AND  THEIR  PRODUCTS. 


Animals  for  improvement  of  stock. 

Bristles  

Fur  skins,  not  dressed  '. 

Grease  '.  

Hides  and  skins,  undressed. ....... 

Silk,  raw   

Wool    


Other  articles. .... 

Total 


AGRICULTURAL  PRODUCTS. 

Broom  corn      $ 

Fibres,  Mexican  and  vegetable,   „ 

Fruits,  green   „ 

Hemp,  undressed   „ 

Indian  corn  Bush . 

Seeds    

Tobacco  (for  excise)       Lbs. 

Other  articles    $ 

Total  


Value. 


17,502,639 


7,92S.382 


1901. 


Quantity.  \  Value. 


122,965  . 
6,602,912  . 

31,941  . 
282,191  . 

91,589  . 
295,253  . 

34,575  . 
56^809  . 


8,015,235 


484.945 

38,361 
28,271 


551,577; 


23,003 
57,892 
25,822 
432,224 

1,767,287 
1,304,024 


3,610,252! 


294,144 
84,105 
1,240,589 

215,980 
4,214,412 

277. 70S 
1,574,834 

287. 7M 


8,189,523 


134,384 
20,975 

581,480 

944,277 
6,961,970 
1,440,571 
1,508,110 

213,094 

11,804,861 


14,400,888 


10,746,178 


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Entered  fob  Consumption. 


ARTICLES. 


Lbs. 


FREE  GOODS— Con. 

MANUFACTURED  AND  PARTIALLY  MANUFACTURED 
ARTICLES. 

Bells  for  churches   . .  $ 

Bolting  cloths    

Cotton  wool  and  waste  

Drugs,  dyes  and  chemicals   .  $ 

Duck  for  belting  and  hose    ii 

Fish  hooks,  nets,  seines,  &c   " 

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Junk  and  oakum     ■■ 

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Copper  

Iron  and  steel  

Tin.  

Zinc  

Other  

Newspapers  and  magazines  

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Pitch  and  tar  pine   n 

Plaits,  straw,  Tuscan  and  grass  

Rags  

Resin  or  rosin   ;   

Veneers  of  ivory    

Other  articles.  


Total. 


MISCELLANEOUS  ARTICLES. 

Articles  for  the  Dominion  Government   $ 

n  Army  and  Militia  ■ 

Coffee,  green  (see  Dutiable)    Lbs. 

Models  of  inventions   $ 

Settlers'  effects   ii 

Tea  (see  Dutiable).  ...  

Coin  and  bullion     

Other  articles  :   


1900. 


Quantity. 


56,072,931 


25,789 
212,237 
515,919 


4,451,473 


Total . 


Total,  Free  

ii  Dutiable. 


Grand  total. 


25,776,685 


Value. 


1901. 


Quantity. 


37,959 
11,497 
4,508,845 
2,496,517 
119,883 
609,884 
2,314,267 
149,139 

380,724 
1,041,709 
7,130,160 
2,313,894 
158,037 
228,840 
135,861 
30,909 
80,192 
36,924 
68,444 
306,843 
111,760 
2,636 
4,251,494 


26,526,418 


712,80' 
597,851 
442,180 
8,320 
3,065,410 
3,564,403 
8,297,438 
1,071,246 


17,759,655 


76,457,521 
104,346,795 


180,804,316 


54,003,979 


30,256 
432,537 
278,121) 


3,345,284 


22,915,304 


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No.  16. — General  Statement  by  Countries  showing  the  Quantity,  Value  and 
Duty  Collected  on  Articles  Imported  and  Entered  for  Consumption  in 
Canada  under  the  provisions  of  the  French  Treaty,  during  the  Fiscal 
Year  ended  June  30,  1901. 


Note. — The  undermentioned  articles  are  included  in  General  Statement  No.  1  (Pt.  II.)  and  Summary 
Statement  No.  13  (Pt.  I.) 


Articles. 

COCNTBIK-S 
WHENCE 

Imported. 

Imported. 

General  Tariff. 

Duty. 

L. 

Quantrty. 

Value . 

Quantity . 

Value. 

Nuts,  almonds,  shelled  

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ii    Brazil  nuts,  not  shelled  

m    walnuts,  not  shelled  

all  other,  N.O.P.,  not  shell- 
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Great  Britain. . . 

France   

Spain.  

United  States... 

France  .   

Spain.  

L  nited  States  . . 

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Spain.   

Total  

France  

Spain.  

Lbs. 

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74.508 
161,489 
8,-684 

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19,707 
44,375 
2,571 

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560 
84,311 
163,990 
11,903 

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23,148 
45,488 
3,231 

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2,810  36 
5,466  34 
396  76 

245,241 

66,801  260,764 

72,015 

8,692  13 

130, 37d 
179,666 
37,406 

14,325  135,071 
19,771;  220,287 
4,034  50.169 

14,548 
23,300 
5,269 

2,701  42 
4,405  74 
1,003  38 

347.451 

38,130 

405,527 

43,117 

8,110  54 

3,829 

356 

7,291 
3,829 

773 
356 

145  82 
76  58 

3,829,  356 

11,120 

1,129!      222  40 

769,816  64,065 
24,260  1,801 
324  44 

716,872 

59,525 

14,337  44 

I  nited  States  . . 
Total. 

Spain.  .  . .   

L  nited  States  . . 

Total  

France  

Spain.  . .  .   

Total  

Austria-Hungry 
Total  

35,842 

2,909 

716  84 

794,400        65,910  752,714 

62.434 

.....  ' 

15,054  28 

142.713 
16,571 
11,194 

15,422  112,905 
1,414;   ..  40.498 
690  6,715 

13,147 
3,228 

525 

2,258  10 
809  96 
134  30 

..   all  other,  N.  0.  P. ,  shelled. . . 
Prunes  

170,478 

17,526 

160,118 

16,900 

3,202  36 

133,073 
ll,9i)0 

17,753 
986 

152,457 
1,100 
2.750 

20,545 
139 
355 

3,049  14 
22  00 
55  00 

144,973 

18,739 

156,307 

21,039 

3,126  14 

39,615 
676,949 

1,617 
16,222 

46,352 
588,461 
2,750 

1,819 
13,347 
97 

309  00 
3,589  74 
18  32 

716,564 

17,839 

587,563^ 

15,263     3,917  06 

136  CUSTOMS  DEPARTMENT  i 

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No.  16. — General  Statement  by  Countries  showing  the  Quantity,  &c, 
Imported  under  the  French  Treaty — Continued.. 


Articles. 

Countries 

WHENCE 

Imported. 

Impoi 
Quantity. 

ITED. 

Value . 

General 
Quantity. 

Tariff. 
Value . 

Dun. 

Wines,  non-sparkling,  containing 
26  p.c.  or  less  of  alcohol.. ...... 

Champagne  and  all  other  spark- 
ling :— 

In  bottles  containing  each  not 
more  than  a  quart  but  more 
than  a  pint,  old  wine  mea- 

ii  In    bottles  containing  not 
more  than  a  pint  but  more 
than  £  a  pint,  old  wine  mea- 

ii  In  bottles  containing  \  pint 
ti  In  bottles  containing  more 

Great  Britain . . . 

United  States  . 
Total  

Great  Britain. . . 
United  States  . . 
Total  

Great  Britain . 

France   

United  States  . . 

Total 
France   

France   

Lbs. 
602,680 

$ 

28,589 

Lbs. 
624,060 

| 

29,353 

$  cts. 
6,240  60 

Galls . 

297 
115,758 
135 
74,283 
460 
6 

700 
97,354 
67 
25,991 
199 
48 

Galls. 

305 
113,585 
34 

102,047 
460 
6 

680 
94,182 
18 
36,925 
199 
48 

76  25 
28,396  21 
8  50 
25,511  75 
115  00 
1  50 

190,939 

124,359 

216,437 

132,052 

54,109  21 

Doz. 

233 
5,907 
26 

4,067 
79,789 
447 

Doz. 

212 
5,295 
71 

4,076 
r  71,156 
1,076 

699  60 
17,475  97 
234  30 

6,166 

84,303 

5,578 

76,308 

18,409  87 

166 
19,334 
2 

1  626 
132^697 
39 

140 
15.834 
6 

952 
102,936 
98 

231  20 
26,126  73 
9  90 

19,502 

134,362 

15,980 

103,986 

26,367  83 

936 

2,143 

868 

2,113 

712  17 

k 

/Galls.  13 
\Doz.  21 

}  367 

/Galls.  29 
\  Doz  44 

|  803 

166  65 

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Abstract  by  Countries 

Of  Value  of  Articles  Imported  under  the  provisions  of  the  French  Treaty, 
during  the  Fiscal  Year  ended  June  30,  1901. 


Imported. 


Great  Britain   . 

Austria-Hungary  

France  

Germany  

Spain   

St.  Pierre  

United  States  

Total 


6,541 
1,617 

67 
94,694 
199 
7,873 


599,424 


Entered  for  D 

Co?-  Collected, 
sumption. 


5,856 
1,819: 
445,576 
18 

109,533 
199 
13,511 


1,025  72 
309  00 
108,010  35 
8  50 
36,310  69 
115  00 
2,551  98 


576,512     148,331  24 


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1-2  EDWARD  VII.,  A.  190.2 

No.  16. — Summary  Statement  of  Articles  imported  under  the  provisions  of  the 
French  Treaty,  during  the  Fiscal  Year  ended  June  30,  1901. 


ARTICLES. 


Rate 

of 
Duty. 


Imported. 


Quantity.  Value 


Entered  for 
Home  Consumption. 


Quantity.  Value. 


Nuts,  almonds,  shelled  Lbs, 

M  not  shelled.. 

Brazil  nuts,  not  shelled  

Walnuts,  not  shelled  

All  other,  N.  O.  P.,  not 

shelled  

it         ii  shelled. 

Prunes ... 

Soap,  Castile  , 

Wines,  non- sparkling,  con- 
taining 26  p.  c.  or  less  of 

alcohol . .  . .   Galls. 

Champagne  and  all  other 
sparkling — 
In  bottles  containing  each 
not  more  than  a  quart 
but  more  than  a  pint, 

old  wine  measure  Doz. 

In  bottles,  containing  not 
more  than  a  pint  but 
more  than  \  a  pint,  old 

wine  measure   n 

In  bottles,  containing  \ 

pint  each  or  less  ....  ■■ 
In    bottles,  containing 
more  than  1  quart  each 


Galls 
Doz. 


3^c.  per  lb 

2c. 

2c. 

2c.  it 

2c. 
2c. 

§c.  „ 
lc. 


25c.  per  gal. 


$3.30  per  doz. . . 

$1.65     h  ... 

82c.  per  doz  

.$3.30  per  doz.  <! 
$1.65  per  gall. 


245,241 
347,451 
3,829 
794,400 

170,478 
144,973 
716,564 
602,680 


190,939 


6,166 

19,502 
936 

Gal.  13  \ 
Doz.  21/ 


Total. 


66,801 
38,130 
356 
65,910 

17,526 
18,739 
17,839 
28,589 


124,359 

84,303 

134,362 
2,143 


367 
599,424 


260,764 
405,5271 
11,120[ 
752,714; 

160,118; 
156,307: 
587,563s 
624,060 


5,575 

15,975 

868 

29  \ 
44  J 


72,015 
43,117 
.  1,129 
62,434, 

16,900 
21,039 
15,263 
29,353 


216,437|  132,052 


76,308 

103,986 
2,113 


803 
576,512 


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No.  17. — Statement  of  Goods  imported  from  British  and  Foreign  West  Indies 
(including  Guiana),  also  showing  what  portion  of  such  imports  have  been 
direct  or  through  a  Foreign  Country,  during  the  Fiscal  Year  ending 
June  30,  1901. 


Articles. 


Total  Imports 
from 

British  West  Indies, 
including 
British  Guiana. 


Total  Imports 
from 

Foreign  West  Indies, 
including 
Foreign  Guiana. 


Total  Imports 
from 

West  Indies,  includ- 
ing Guiana. 


Quantity. 


Cigars    Lbs. 

Coffee   „ 

Molasses   . .  Gals. 

Rum  , 

Spirits,  other  , . .  , 

Sugar,  all  kinds  Lbs. 

Tobacco,  leaf.    $ 

Cigarettes.   Lbs. 

Arrowroot  and  tapioca   $ 

Asphaltum  

Cocoa  beans  

Fruits    

Fur  skins  

Hair,  hoofs  and  hides  

Honey  

Iron  and  steel  

Junk  


49,400 

2,257,260 
71,401 
236 

26,020,687 


Value.     Quantity.  Value. 


1,671    6,147,035  260,215 


8,503 
486,985 
90,808 
391 
613,937 


31 
100: 
1.H22 


200 


Logwood  extract  . 

Metals  

Ores   

Packages  

Salt  

Spices  

Sponges  

Vegetables  

Wood  (manuf .  of) . 

Wool   

Other  articles 


Lbs. 


1 

874 
6,250 
68,895 
71.7ns 
4,354 
32,004 
277 
8,330 
1,165 
8,760 
900 


292,000 


2,172 
238,910 
26 
121 
59 
5,154 
2,901 


Quantity. 


Value. 


6,196,435 

3,i35^3i5 
71,432 
336 

28,022,609 
292,200 


40 

150 


171,271 


6,737 
12,172 
15,544 
2.8*2 
541 
906 
241 
21,554 


71.103 
36 


3,258 


171.271 


747 


Total  |   I   1,406,480  . 


584,892   1,991,372 


86*886 


200,006 


2So.s71 


Imported  through  foreign  countries   

Imported  direct   |  1,319,615    384,886j  I  1,704,501 


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1-2  EDWARD  VII.,  A.  1902 

No.  20. — Abstract  of  the  Total  Value  of  Goods  Exported  from  the 


Countries. 


British  Empire — 

Great  Britain  

Australasia  

British  Africa  

it  East  Indies. .. , 
ii      West  Indies  . . , 

ti  Guiana  

ii  Honduras  

ii       Poss.,  all  other, 

Gibraltar  

Hong  Kong  

Newfoundland  


The  Mine. 


877,880 
987 
12,460 


c  3 

i5t3 

*  2 
£ 


4,394 


22,024 
38,837 


Total,  British  Empire 

OTHER  COUNTRIES. 

Argentina  

Austria   

Azores  

Belgium  

Brazil  

Cape  Verde  Islands  

Central  American  States, 

Chili  

China     . 

Cuba  .   

Denmark  

Danish  West  Indies  

Dutch  West  Indies  

Dutch  Guiana  

Ecuador  

Egypt  

France   

French  Africa  

French  Guiana  

French  West  Indies  

Germany  

Hawaii   

Hayti  

Holland  ....   

Italy  

•Japan   

Mexico  

Norway  and  Sweden  

Peru  

Philippines  

Porto  Rico  

Portugal  

Russia  

San  Domingo  

St.  Pierre  

Spain  

Spanish  Africa  

Switzerland  

Turkey  

Uruguay  

U.  S.  of  Colombia  

United  States  

Venezuela  


Total,  other  Countries. 
Totals  


245,190 


465 


10,986 


1,197,378     15,845    4,488,570   4,654!  16,399,614 


198 


2,364 
242,398 


107,100 
37,886 
7,369 


352 


438 
31,877 


300,516 
8,754 


5,580 
2,975 
8,228 
27,184 


442 


27,844 
2,870 


38,355,930 


39,170,305 


40,367,683  163,631 


The  Fisheries. 


The  Forest. 


3,113,306 
187,484 
7,268 
3,320 
961,777 
191,722 


5  s 


3,501 
800 


15,662,749 
371,841 
71,377 
7,999 
219,469 
14,952 


Animals  and  their 
Produce. 


249,725!  49,186,025 


$ 

500,742 


23,693      283 1 


10,578 
12,695 
1,625 
26,329 


32,740 
458,401 


4,481 


921 
240,105 
23,008 
9,360 


298 


5861 
335 


608,744 


2,509 


145,277 


147,786 


75,038 
7,646 

47,436 
1,200 

53,278 

97,047 


12,616 


265,293 
52,758 


584 
600 


14,657 
4,224  948 


6,231,782 


10,720,352 


158 


217,793 

ij79 
150,089 
68,147 
24,352 


71,636 
66,005 
96,935 


258 


279.678 
25,993 


6,856 
16,999 


5,585 


5.993 


10,647 


7,906 
16,451 
22,791 
15,198 

28^062 


30,028 
32,617 


38,188 
151,073 
32,975 


12,622 
5,195 
12,190,617 


13,610,243 


30,009,857 


284; 


5S 


250,067 


1,109 


15,147 


16,256 
266,323 


29,418 
450,917 


101,223 
6,047 


223,066 


49,996,696 


14,700 


255 
74 


12,762 
513,833 


45,8681 
345' 


1,758 
815 
322 


7,725 


3,254 


8,452 
97 


1,100 

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103 

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79,111 


396 
5,331,657 


5,498,615 


55,495,311 


301 


700 


399 
109 


1,671 


286,949 


290,138 


803,971 


Coin  and  bullion  to  United  States— (bullion,  $12,053  ;  coin,  $1,963,336  ; 

Grand  total,  exports  ,  


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Dominion  of  Canada,  during  the  Fiscal  Year  ended  June  30,  1901. 


145 


Agricultural 
Produce. 


1 


17,337,633 
220,518 
446,744 


469,474 
97,157 


40 

1,035,256 


19,606,822 


1,169,267 


3,071 


5,599 
206,834 
18,563 


1,186 
1.540 


11,502,620 


Manufactures. 


Miscellaneous 
Articles. 


Totals. 


©.2 

E 


1 


756| 
510 


4,281 


$ 

6,652,336 
1,487,263 
96,267 
12,287 
124,212 
21,348 
2,203 
900 
5,141 
40,028 
581,984 


8 

20»;.7S7 
13,600 
1,932 
31 
14,146 
1,310 


656 
76,862 


11,508,167    9,023,969.  315,324 


27,596 
10 


>3 


7,359 


5  J 


1  *1 


8 


25 
7,662 


7,093  92,857,525,  12 
2,297,521 
1,085,033 
23,606 
1,898,262 
370,063 
2,203 
11,478 
17,836 
41.693 
2,142,877 


9,290 


471,431 
13,884 
1,932 
K 
26,785 
2,694 


656 
114.522 


1,074,115 


20 


21 


225,343 


709 

25,393 
300,285 


77,740 
187,557 
8,410 
1,019 
2,356 


139,065 


761,043 


34 


6,648 


24,475 
113 


587 
2,907,969 


1,243 


302,858 


46,869 
1,045 
875 
88,122 
45,468 
10 
25.390 
28,668 
393,025 
23,524 
14,009 


66 


3,543 


1,073 
581 
201 
537 
287,732 

2,243 


385 
653 
5,498 
2,133 


165 


90 


10 


12 
4,938 


392 
673,426 
6,737 
32 
93,406 
54,802 
49,657 
27.034 
30,425 
3,972 
16,985 
320 


4,684 
1,576 


47 


569 
2,063 


35 


45,239 
7 

41,756 
573 


632 
4,025 
10,929 
4,300 
4,963,247 
971 


5,174,664    2,278,399    6,988,239  1,423,818 


2,643 
25 

28! 

"  1 
6,612 
125 


107 


765 
1,387,218 
47 


24,781,486  13,786,566  16,012,208  1,739,142 
to  Newfoundland,  coin,  $3,100)  


136 


9,305 


3,063 


250,134 


279,560 
1,045 
5,018 
1,728,484 
572,361 
24,362 
32.942 
207,404 
505,194 
575,582 
55,902 
9,618 
10,336 
2,707 
536 
975 
1,436,628 
28,236 
709 
32,641 
1,374,716 
23,234 
47,468 
186,932 
315,063 
187,933 
70,435 
45,500 
32,034 
18,097 
302,289 
85,375 
45,681 
7 

212,094 
155,229 
32,975 
632 
4,025 
23,551 
25,135 
67,983,673 
971 


56 

1,077)658 


385 
653 
5,692 
2,431 


70 
422 


12 

144,703 


766,836 
1,611 


446 

750 
2,063 


2,643 

25 
28 


1 

15,100 
125 


107 


765 
2,423,168 
47 


9,441      283,407  76,683,289  4,445,797 


44,489      307,477  177,431, 3S6!  17,077,757 


Grand 
Totals. 


105,328,956 
2,311,405 
1,086,965 
23,662 
1,925,047 
372,757 
2,203 
11,478 
17,836 
42,349 
2,257,399 


35,048        24,070100,748,097  12,631,960  113,380,057 


279,560 
1,101 
5,018 
2,806,142 
572,361 
24,362 
33,327 
208,057 
510,886 
578,013  21 
55,902  22 
9,688  23 
10,758  24 
2,707l25 
536  26 
987|27 
1,581,33128 
28,236'29 
709  30 
32,641  31 
2,141,552  32 
24,845  33 
47,468  34 
187,378  35 
315,063  36 
188,683  37 
72,498  38 
45,500  39 
32,034  40 
20,740  41 
302,314  42 
85,403  43 
45,68141 
8  45 
227,194  46 
155,354  47 
32,975  48 
739  49 
4,025  50 
23,551  51 
25,900  52 
70,406,841  53 
1,018  54 

81,129,086 

194,509.143 


1,978,489 
196,487,632 


11- 


10 


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i 


1-2  EDWARD  VII.,  A.  1902 

No.  21. — Summary  Statement  of  Goods  exported  from  the  Dominion  of  Canada 
distinguishing  Canadian  Produce  and  Manufactures  from  those  of  other 
Countries,  during  the  Fiscal  Year  ended  June  30,  1901. 


Articles. 


THE  MINE. 

Asbestos,  first  class  Tons. 

ii        second  class   m 

ii       third  class  ■ 

Total  asbestos  

Barytes,  ground  and  unground  Cwt. 

Coal   Tons. 

Chromite  (chromic  iron)   

Felspar   n 

Gold-bearing  quartz,  dust,  nug- 
gets, &c   $ 

Gypsum  or  plaster  (crude)  Tons. 

Metals,  viz.: — 
Copper,  fine,  contained  in  ore, 

matte,  regulus,  &c   Lbs. 

Copper,  black  or  coarse,  ce- 
ment copper  and  copper  in 

Plg8  

Lead,  metallic,  contained  in 
ore,  &c   ii 

Lead,  pig   ■■ 

Nickel,  fine,  contained  m  ore, 
matte  or  speiss   n 

Platinum,  contained  in  con- 
centrates or  other  forms. . .  Oz. 

Silver,  metallic,  contained  in 
ore,  concentrates,  &c   h 

Mica : — 

Cut  to  sizes  Lbs. 

Edges  trimmed  

Edges  untrimmed   n 

Ground   " 

Total  mica . ,  

Mineral  pigments,  iron  oxides, 

ochre,  &c   Lbs. 

Mineral  water  Galls. 

par- 
Mineral,  coal  and  kerosene, 

crude    Galls. 

Mineral,  coal  and  kerosene, 
refined     ■■ 

Total  oils  

Ores,  viz.: — 

Antimony  Tons. 

Iron   i' 

Manganese   n 

Other    

Total  ores  


Goods, 
the  Produce  of 
Canada. 


Quantity .  Value 


5,976 
3,522 
17,217 


26,715 


327,688 
173,824 
363,061 


864,573 


208  3,820 

1,888,538  5,307,060 

1,336  16,609 

382  1,156 


24,445,156 
185,208 


172,010 


26,312,389 


33,387 

65,561,823 
40,515 


2,655,467 


3,794 

2,512,061 
5,023 


9,537,558  958,365 


4,022,019  2,420,750 


376,144 
112,625 
405,771 
84,718 


979,258 


754,277 
5,947 


60,522 
19,491 
66,835 
2,740 


149,588 


7,732 
2,900 


13,083 
6,859 


19,942 


608 
1,395 


2,003 


219 
58,401 
36 
4,346 


63,002 


5,074 
150,657 

1,945 
213,079 


370,755 


Goods, 
not  the  Produce 
of  Canada. 


Quantity .  Value, 


180 
180 


63,899 


210 


10,000 


480 


1,770 


13,882 
1,995 


15,877 


1,100 
1 

3 


1,104 


4,300 


4,300 


131,843 


209 
1,015 


75 


889 


678 
406 


1,084 


3,300 
5 
101 


3,406 


Total  Exports. 


Quantity .  Value 


5,976 
3,522 
17,397 


26,895 


327,688 
173,824 
367,361 


868,873 


208 
1,952,437 
1,336 
382 


172,220 
26,322,389 

33,387 

65,561,823 
40,515 

9,537,558 

480, 

4,022,019, 


3,820 
5,438,903 
16,609 
1,156 

24,445,156 
185,417 


2,656,482 

3,794 

2,512,061 
5,023 

958,365 

75 

2,420,750 


376,144 
112,625 
405,771 
84,718 


60,522 
19,491 
66,835 
2,740 


979,258 


149,588 


754,277 
7,717 


7,732 
3,769 


26,965 
8,854 


35,819 


1,286 
1,801 
3,087 


219 
59,501 
37! 
4,349 


5,074 
153,957 

1,950 
213,180 


64,106 


374,161 


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SESSIONAL  PAPER  No.  11 

No.  21. — Summary  Statement  op  Exports — Continued. 


Articles. 


Goods, 
the  Produce  of 
Canada. 


Quantity .  Value. 


Goods, 
not  the  Produce 
of  Canada. 


Quantity .  Value. 


Total  Exports. 


Quantity .  Value. 


THE  MINE — Cotl. 

Phosphates  Tons. 

Plumbago,  crude  ore  and  con- 
centrates Cwt. 

Pyrites    Tons. 

Salt  Bush. 

Sand  and  gravel  Tons. 

Stone : — 

Ornamental,  granite,  marble, 

&c,  un wrought   ..  n 

Building,    freestone,  lime- 
stone, &c,  unwrought   n 

For  manufacture  of  grind- 
stones, rough   n 


Total  stone. 


6 

27,459 
22,14(3 
56,461 
197,065 


1,799 
198,571! 
571 


120  . 

40,099 
54,357 
11,238 
108,509 


4 

99,661 


10 
19^24 


4,967 
119,136 
3,93C 


200,941  128,039 


27,463 
22,146 
156,122 
197,065 


120 

40,109 
54,357 
30,362 
108,509 


1,799 

4,967 

198,571 

119,136 

571 

3,936 

200,941 

128,039 

Other  articles 


113,301 


Total  produce  of  the  mine   40,367,683 


1,696 


114,997 


163,631    40,531,314 


THE  FISHERIES. 

Codfish,  including  haddock,  ling 
and  pollock,  fresh   Lbs. 

Codfish,  dry  salted  Cwt. 

n       wet  salted   m 

ii       pickled   h 

ti       tongues  and  sounds  . .  Brls. 


Total  codfish. 


326.991  8,337! 

732,944  !  2,761,481 

5,139  19,694 

143'  1,090 

2,077  16,732 


2,807,334  . 


560 
622 


20 
1,879 


327,551 
733,566 

5,139 
143 

2,077 


1,899: 


8,357 
2,763,360 
19,694 

1,090 
16,732 


2,809.233 


Mackerel,  fresh   Lbs. 

it        canned   >■ 

n        pickled  Brls. 


Total  mackerel . 


380,336 
3,513 
40,130 


18,134 
240 
283,157 


301,531 


380.336 
3,513 
40,130 


18,134 
240 
283,157 


301,531 


Halibut,  fresh                          Lbs.       719,250  34,099. 

Herring,  fresh  oi  frozen  Lbs.    10,521.420  103,079 

pickled  Brls.         70,295!  256,929 

I.      canned                      Lbs.         21,925  818 

smoked                           !  2,116,576)  50,974 

Total  herring.   


Sea  fish,  other,  fresh   Lbs. 

ii       pickled  Brls. 

ii      preserved  1  Lbs. 


51,916 
14.155 
17,451 


Total  sea  fish,  other 


234.0U0 
920 
100 
30,175 


  719,250 

3,500  10.755,420 
2,802  71,215 
51  22,025 
653  2,146,751 


411,800 


5,960 


852 
57,258 
658 


127 
2,450 


58,768 


Oysters,  fresh   Brls. 

H       preserved  in  cans . . .  Lbs. 

553 
39,276 

1,699 
2,264 

. 

3,084 

24 

389 

559 
42,360 

1,723 
2,653 

3,963 

413 

4,376 

ii—  i— ioi 


34.099 
106,579 
259,731 
823 

51,627 


418,760 


51,916 

852 

505 

14,282 

57,763 

94 

19,901 

752 

599 

59,367 

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1-2  EDWARD  VII.,  A.  1902 

No.  21. — Summary  Statement  of  Exports—  Continued. 


Articles. 


THE  FISHERIES —  Con. 

Lobsters,  fresh  Brls. 

ii      canned   Lbs. 


Total  lobsters. 


Bait,  fish  Brls. 

it    clams  or  other  ■ 


Total  bait. 


Salmon,  fresh   Lbs. 

ii  smoked   n 

ii  canned   n 

ii  pickled  Brls. 


Total  salmon  

Salmon  or  lake  trout   Lbs. 


Fish,  all  other,  fresh   $ 

ii  ii      pickled  Brls. 


Goods, 
the  Produce  of 
Canada. 


Quantity 


49,503 
11,178,647 


116 

6,659 


1,569,678 
370,156 
35,343,424 
8,068 


925,898 


Total  fish,  all  other. 
Total  fish  


Fish  oil,  cod  Galls. 


whale 
other.. 


3,354 


162,260 
18,543 
285 
1,477 


Total  fish  oil. 


Furs  or  skins,  the  produce  of 

fish  or  marine  animals  ...  § 
Other  articles. . .  -   m 

Total  produce  of  the  fisheries 


182,565 


the  forest. 


Ashes,  pot  and  pearl  Brls. 

ii     lea'  " 


leached, 
all  other 


Total  ashes. 


Bark  for  tanning   Cords. 

Firewood  

Ivory  nuts,  vegetable   $ 

Knees  and  futtocks   No. 

Logs,  cedar,  capable  of  being 

made  into  shingle  bolts.  Cords. 


1,533 


17,037 
44,251 


16,593 
5,699 


Value. 


Goods, 
not  the  Produce 
of  Canada. 


Total  Exforts. 


Quantity 


301,4471 . 
2,283,930' . 


2,585,377 


1  345| 
19,116 


19,461 


141,623 
41,327 
2,889,480' 
78,661 


25 


3,151,096  .... 


43,222 


1,213,613 
15,641 


1,229,254 


10,645,905 


42,370  . 
5,799: 
120  . 
1,367 


49,656 


85 


582 
24,209 


10,720,352 


48,579 
2,580 
69,196 


120,355 


62,024 
90,905 
89 
11,556 

15,926 


Value. 


30 


90 


9,903 


22 


722 


10,647 


139 


139 


Quantity.  Value 


49,503 
11,178,647 


116 
6.659 


1,569,678 
370,15(5 
35,343,449 
8,068 


925,898 


3,354 


162,260 
18,603 
285 
1,502 


182,650 


1.538 


17.037 
44,251 


301,447 
2,283,930 

2,585,377 


345 
19,116 


19,461 


141,628 
41,327 
2,889,482 
78,661 


3,151,098 


43,222 


1,213,613 
15,641 


1,229,284 


10,655,808 


42,370 
5,817 
120 
1,371 


49,678 


582 
24,931 


10,730,999 


48,718 
2,580 
69,196 


1(5,593 
5,699 


120,494 


62,02 
90,905 
89 
11,556 

15,926 


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No.  21. — Summary  Statement  of  Exports — Continued. 


Articles. 


Goons, 
the  Produce  of 
Canada. 


Quantity. 


the  forest— Con. 


Logs,  elm  

hemlock 

oak  

pine  

spruce... 
tamarac . 
all  other 


M.  ft 


Total  logs 


Lumber,  viz  : — 

Battens    8 

Basswood  M.  ft. 

Butternut   n 

Deals,  pine    St.  Hund 

ii     spruce  and  other   n 

.1     ends   ii 

Hickory  M.  ft. 

Laths   M. 

Palings.. .  .   i 

Pickets    ii 

Planks  and  boards  M.  ft. 

Joists   H 

Scantling     n 

Shingles   M. 


Shooks : — 

Box  

Other  . . 


No. 


Total  shooks. 


26,818 
20,217 
7,657 
31,381 
32,362 
77 
19.269 


Goods, 
not  the  Produce 
of  Canada. 


Value.    Quantity.  Value. 


Total  Exports. 


Quantity.  Value. 


193,749 
95,616 
122,396 
285,798 
235.826 
663 
121,503 


60 


2»W- 
20,217 
7,657 
31,381 
32,362 
77 
19,278 


193,749 
95,616 
122,396 
285,798 
236,888 
663 
121.563 


137.7-1 


3,022 
11,679 
70,572 
338,593 
26,108 


1,055,551 


60 


137.790  1,055,611 


135,693 
56,702 

344,374 
2,837,828 
8,174,304 

681,384 


14 

36 
420 


197 

950 
19,994 

.   


307,418 
8,166 
10,034 
735,695! 

1,124 
40,729 
623.089 


1,680,350 


502,541 
33,799 
67,380 
9,380.505 
10,679 
376,471 
1.145,450 


22 
1,107 


946 
1,973 


1,492  19,964 


137. '.I:. 

238,753 


376,398 


222 
330 


2.103 
700 


3,036 
11,715 
70,992 
338,593 
26,10S 
22 

M&ISC6 
8,166 
10,034 
737,187 
1,124 
40,951 
623,419 


135,693 
56.899 
345,324 
2,857,822 
8,174,304 
681,384 
946 
504,514 
33,799 
67,380 
9,400,469 
10,679 
378,574 
1,146,150 


1,630,350 


137,645 
238,753 


376,398 


Staves,  standard   M. 

n  other  and  headings . .  8 
All  other  lumber,  N.E.S. . . . 

Total  lumber  


Match  blocks    8 

Masts  and  spars   No. 

Piling   8 


Poles:— 

Hop  

Hoop  

Telegraph. 
Other  


Total  poles. 


Posts,  cedar,  tamarac  and 
other   8 

Shingle  bolts  of  pine  or 
cedar  Cords. 

Sleepers  and  railroad  ties. . .  No. 

Stave  bolts  Cords. 


7,030  38,706 
....  400,267 
...  338,017 


.  24,900.498 


404 


932 
834.817 
3.223 


21,528 
3,374 
104,026 


1,463 
1,765 
52.076 
13,187 


68,491 


38,065 

1,931 
1.V2.20'.! 
7,217 


4,458 


1,110  . 

20,738j . 


7.03M 


68,675 


404 


2211 


229 


731 


932 
839,275 
3,223 


38,706 
401,377 
358,755 


24,969,173 


21.528 
3,374 
104,026 


1,463 
1,765 
52,076 
13,416 


68,720 


38,065 

1,931 
152,940 
7,217 


150 


CUSTOMS  DEPARTMENT  i 

„  1-2  EOWARD  VII.,  A.  1902 

No.  21. — Summary  Statement  of  Exports — Continued. 


Articles. 


THE  FOREST —  Con. 

Timber,  square,  viz  : — 

Ash    Tons. 

Birch      M 

Elm  

Maple   ii 

Oak   i, 

Pine,  red   ii 

ii     white  i 

All  other    n 

Total  timber,  square. .  . 
Wood,  blocks  and  other,  for 

pulp   $ 

Other  articles  of  the  forest. .  n 

Total  produce  of  the  forest  

ANIMALS  AND  THEIR  PRODUCE. 

Animals,  viz : — 

Horses,  one  year  old  or  less .  No . 

ii       over  one  year  old...  n 

Cattle,  one  year  old  or  less . .  h 

ii      over  one  year  old   m 

Swine   it 

Sheep,  one  year  old  or  less. .  n 

ii      over  one  year  old   n 

Poultry   $ 

Other..   n 


Goods, 
the  Produce  of 
Canada. 


Quantity .  Value. 


Total  animak 


Bones  Cwt. 

Butter   Lbs. 

Cheese  

 Doz. 


Furs,  dressed. .  . 
ii  undressed 

Total  furs . . . 


Grease  and  grease  scraps  ...  Lbs. 

Glue  stock   $ 

Hair   n 

Hides  and  skins  other  than  fur  n 

Horns  and  hoofs   » 

Honey   Lbs. 

Lard  i 

Meats,  viz  : — 

Bacon      Lbs. 

Beef   „ 

Hams   ii 

Mutton   n 

Pork   „ 

Poultry,  dressed  or  undressed  $ 

Game   $ 

Tongues   Lbs. 

Canned   u 

All  other,  N.E.S   .. 

Total  meats  


4,317 
T5,187 
13,128 

1.030 
11,359 

8,933 
49,394 
11,771 


125,119 


Goods, 
not  the  Produce 
of  Canada. 


Total  Exports. 


Quantity.     Value.     Quantity.  Value 


57,789 
219,208 
220,204 

13,219 
213,408 
143,530 
891,359 
171,228 


1,929,945 


1,397,019 
29,148 


30,009,857 


40 
7,569 
21,520 
147,759 
944 
314,655 
80,026 


53,351 
16,335,528 
195,926,397 
11,363,064 


531,062 


21,276 
846,638 


4,017 
906,256 
287,439 
8,777,123 
8,301 
1,096,717 
528,985 
67,675 
17,416 


11,693,929 


38,8^8 
3,295,663 
20,696,951 
1,691,640 


33,553 
1,612,278 


1,645,831 


20,197 
17,442 
58,856 
2,178,604 
9,189 
2,230 
58,602 


103,020,6611  11,493,868 
9,710,458  813,343 


2,528,844 
76,875 
742,122 


866,328 
3,726,997 
3,643,564 


284,578 
5,712 
51,374 
141,518 
1,562 
89,096 
419.959 
331,292 


13,632,302 


66 
351 
2,560 


4,428 


1,251 
223 


8,879 


1,208 
4 
54 


200 

67 


970 
4,172 
53,375 


103,878. 


25,093 
4,541 


192,029 


4,460 


266,323 


53 

165,575 
35 
4,263 


600 
2,429 
238 
42,489 


215,682 


320,751 
4,459,035 
850 


284,878 


5,000 
573 


23,798 
149,328 
8,664 

137 '300 


27,012 
10,158 


4,383 
25,538 
15,1  88 

1,030 
15,7*7 

8,933 
50,645 
11,994 


133,998 


42 
8,777 
21,524 
147,813 
944 
314,855 
80,093 


53,351 
59,534  16,656,279 
426,300  200,  385,  432 
656  11,363,914 


2,005 
17,051 


19,056 


12,171 


3,057 
22,178 
45 
518 
41 


815,940 


3,612 
6,994 
1,206 

8^570 
4 


26,276 
847,211 


103,044,459 
9,859,786 
2,537,508 
76,875 
879,422 


3,086 
1,288 


24,760 


866,328 
3,754,009 
3,653,722 


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Articles. 


Goods, 
the  Produce  of 
Canada. 


Quantity.  Value. 


Goods, 
not  the  produce 
of  Canada. 


Quantity.  Value. 


ANIMALS  AND  THEIR  PRODUCE— Con. 

Oil,  Lard   Galls. 

Sheep  pelts   No. 

Tails    $ 

Tallow  Lbs. 

Wool.....  

Other  articles    8 


5,585 
109,277 

1,732^564 
1,043,(373 


8 

652 
38,239 
1,183 
88,124 
186,540 
140,269 


189 


96,016 
108,988 


61 


7,062 
11,041 
1,809 


Total  Exports. 


Quantity.  |  Value. 


5,774 
109,277 


1,828,580 
1,152,661 


713 
38,239 
1,183 
95,186 
197,581 
142,078 


Total  animals  and  their  produce   55,495,311 


AGRICULTURAL  PRODUCTS. 

Balsam   S 

Cider  Galls. 

Flax.....  Cwt. 

Fruits,  viz  : — ■ 

Apples  dried   Lbs. 

>i      green  or  ripe  Brls. 

Berries  of  all  kinds         ....  § 

Canned  or  preserved   »■ 

All  other,  X.E.S   „ 


10,035 
32,140 


391 
2,534 
236,080 


803,971 


10,035 
32,140 


56,299,282 


391 
2,534 
235,080 


4,325,854! 
678,6511 


191,193 
1.4^.'.;.  27 
112,411 
181,438 
38,236 


2,215j 
19 


193 
121 

1,383 
391 
33,870^ 


4,328,069 
678,670 


Total  fruits.   2,006, 235 


Grain  and  products  of,  viz  : — 

Barley   Bush 

Beans    ■■ 

Buckwheat   „ 

Indian  Corn   « 

Oats   „ 

Pease,  whole   >■ 

n      split    it 

Rye  

Wheat  

Other  grain   „ 

Total  grain  

Bran  Cwt. 

Flour  of  wheat   Brls. 

n  rye  

Indian  meal  

Oatmeal  

Meal,  all  other  

Total  flour  and  meal  


35,958 


2,386,371 
310,416 
429,334 

1,000; 

8,155,063 
3,664,389 
200,538 
687,059' 
9,739,758 
4,190 


104,032 
238 


1,123,055 
418,161 

227,7171  

703  12,219,975 
2,490.521  1,967,199 


50,164 
649 


191,386 
1.483,048 
113,824 
181,829 
72,106 

2,042,193 


2.482.249 
192.463 
424,877! 

6,871,939 
1,954 


!».724 

610 ; 

481,947' 
9,196,494 


6.7 


506,542 
613,054 

8,6821 
691 
283,279! 
750,991 


2,490,403 
310,654 
429,334 
12,220,975 
10,122,262 
3,674,113 
201,148i 
1,169,006 
18,936,252 
4,190 


1,173,219 
418,810 
227.717 
5,507,245 
3,103,575 
2,490,931 
193,154 
708,156 
13,622,930 
1,954 


Hay  Tons. 

Hemp   Cwt. 

Hops     Lbs. 

Malt  Bush . 

Maple  sugar   Lbs. 

syrup  Galls. 

Nuts     Lbs. 

Seeds,  viz.: — 

Clover    Bush. 

Flax   „ 

Grass   , 

All  other   § 

Total  seeds  


.  25,578,118  14,233,639  23,980,219 

Li.             '                 '  * 

13,214,052  49,558,337 

27,447,691 

349,355  242,245 

1,820 

970 

351,175 

243,215 

.  1,118,700 
8 

4,015,226  3,201 
45   

15,520 

1,121,901 

8 

4,030.746 
45 
1.719 
467.807 
31,402 

651 
151,851 

1,638  25 
467.807!  

81 

676 
151,851 
18,854 

18,797 

31,086 

57 

316 

1  1,290,007 

4,515,802 

3,283 

15,917 

1.293,290 

4,531,719 

252,977 
100 

2,097,882 
989 

2 

20 

252,979 
100 

2,097.902 
989 

181,373 

37,970 

3,563 

181,373 
4,087 

899,819 
2,615 
61,564 

37,970 
3,563 

71,879 
2,411 
3,817 

4,087 

899,819 
2,615 

2,411 

60,238 

3,781 

1,326 

36 

l  76,514 
953 
58,080 

544,056 
1.493 
46,507 
13,028 

876 
167,790 
223 

5,061 
255,884 
210 
220 

77,390 
168,743 
58,303 

549,117 
257,377 
46.717 
13,248 

605,084 

261,375 

 j  866,459 

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Articles. 


AGRICULTURAL  PRODUCTS — Con. 

Straw   Tons . 

Tobacco,  leaf   Lbs. 

Trees,  shrubs  and  plants    $ 

Vegetables,  viz.: — 

Canned  or  preserved   $ 

Potatoes  Bush. 

Turnips   « 

All  other  vegetables   $ 

Total  vegetables  


Vines,  grape  and  other. 
Other  articles  


Total  agricultural  products. 


MANUFACTURES. 


Goods, 
the  Produce  of 
Canada. 


Quantity .  Value. 


Lbs. 

Agricultural  implements  

$ 

Books,  pamphlets,  maps,  &c. . 

'  Cwt. 

M 

.  9 

Lbs. 

Carriages  

.  No. 

.  $ 

Carts  

.  No. 

Waggons   ii 

Bicycles  i 

ii     parts  of    $ 

Other  vehicles   No. 

Charcoal   $ 

Cement   

Cinders   n 

Clay,  manufactures  of   n 

Clothing  and  wearing  apparel,  n 

Coke  Tons. 

Cordage,  ropes  and  twine...   .  $ 

Cotton  fabrics  Yds. 

Cottons,  other   $ 

Cotton  waste  Lbs. 

Drugs,  chemicals  and  medi- 
cines, N.E.S   $ 

Dye  stuffs   u 

Electrotypes   " 

Extract  of  hemlock  bark  ....  Brls . 
Explosives  and  fulminates  of 

all  kinds   ....  Lbs. 

Felt,  manufactures  of   $ 

Fertilizers   n 

Fur,  manufactures  of  

Glass  and  glassware,  N.E  S. . .  $ 
Grindstones,  manufactured  ...  n 
Gypsum  or  plaster,  ground. ...  n 

Hats  and  caps   n 

Household  effects,  N.E.S   .. 

Ice   h 

India  rubber,  manufactures  of.  u 


11,293 
39,352 


887,409 
916,290 


,3,877 


6,444 
728 


198 

"i69 
67 
10,485 


223 


60,129 


4,613,921 


3,145,001 


4,795 
957,418 


39,150 
16,744 
6,371 


Goods, 
not  the  Produce 
of  Canada. 


Quantity .  Value 


282,428 


43,528 
364,387 
96,462 
53,846 


558,223 


153 
101,360 


24,781,486 


3,745 
50 


1,067 
1,742,946 
122,300 
28,500 
5,807 
245 


1,800 


167 
150 


15,694 
14,456 
5,748 
3,565 
347,222 
53,759 
17,653 
8,010 
3,554 
10 
761 
641,996 
192,910 
157,087 
378,095 
126,405 
70,625 

367,489 
3,457 
3,928 
57,321 

240,535 
11,670 
37,706! 
13,134 
13,574! 
38,304| 
25,472; 
10,603 
1,166,533 
32,667! 

151,656 


600 
34 

"73 
20 
136 

222 


223,575 
89 


38 
2,023 

24 
4,057 


6,142 


28,432 


13,786,566 


24 
6,619 
37,760 
666 
1,016 
46 
75 
4,437 
2,033 
2.035 
3,249 
3,093 
4,512 
13,844 


1,639 


62,830 
145  jlS 


20,751 


580 
22,115 
60,129 
17,939 

3,114 
74,118 

2,184 

317,921 
4,979 
5,944 


4,180 


171 
1,445 
5,494 


Total  Exports. 


Quantity . !  Value. 


11,293 
321,780 


891,154 
916,340 


75,677 


6,611 
878 


600 

232 


242 
87 
10,621 


445 


4,676,751 
3,290,719 


4,795 
978,169 


4 

1,993 
46,195 


4,783 


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Articles. 

Goods, 
the  Produce  of 
Canada. 

Goods, 
not  the  Produce 
of  Canada. 

Total  Exports. 

Quantity. 

Value, 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

MANUFACTURES — Con. 

Iron  and  steel  and  manufac- 
tures of,  viz. — 

Castings,  X.E.S   $ 

Machinery,  X.E.S   $ 

Sewing  machines   No. 

Hardware,  X.E.S   f 

Steel  and  manufactures  of. . .  ■■ 

Total  iron  and  manufactures  of  . . 

763 

1 

7,657 
101,064 
117,456 
459,750 
16,512 
138,794 
109,860 
481,868 

194 
637 

1,251 
5,515 
13,675 
199,549 
2,493 
1,809 
14,595 
125,558 

957 

S 

8,908 
106,579 
131,131 
659,299 
19,005 
140,603 
124,455 
607,426 

5,623 

6,260 

728 
159,  ms 

106 
3,024 



834 
162,217 

1,432,961 1  

364,445 

1,797,406 

34,097 
70,583 
2,609 

373 

105 
863 
851 

34,202 
71,446 
3,460 

Lamps  and  lanterns                    $  4 

Leather,  viz. — 

32,138 

32,511 

7,714,283 

1,966,963 
209,142 
136,197 
110,773 

18,591 

.... 

8,420 
14,446 
746 
6,517 

7,732,874 

1,975,383 
223,588 
136,943 
117,290 

Other  manufactures  of   n 

Total  leather  manufactures. , 
Lime   8 

2,423,075   

30,129 

2,453,204 

83,439 

75 

83,514 

Liquors,  viz. — 

Brandy      „ 

Gin   „ 

6,712 

5 
5 

4,919 
24 
8 

7,707 
5,680 
7,499 
8,156 
18,330 
4.4X1 
6,057 

7,965 
8,776 
9,612 
3,568 
48,248 
18,122 
13,677 

14,419 

5,685 
7,504 
8,156 
161,729 
7,079 
19,587 

12,884 
8,800 
9,620 
3,568 
440,688 
21,703 
24,350 

Whiskey   „ 

Other  spirits,  X.E.S   .. 

Metals,  other  than  iron  and  steel  Cwt. 

143,399 
2,598 
13,530 

392,440 
3,581 
10,673 

166,249 

411,645 

57,910 

109,968 

224,159 

521,613 

17,745 
2,953 

136,357 
720 

3,791 
71,623 

39,558 
16,125 

21,530 
74,576 

175,915 
16,845 

Musical  instruments,  viz. — 

Pianos   „ 

Other   S 

8,134 
509 

457,888 
85,245 
2,482 

10 
18 

618 
5,450 
3,837 

8,144 
527 

458,506 
90,695 
6,319 

Total  musical  instruments.  . 
Oilcake..    „ 



545,615   

9,905 

555,520 



3 

176,579 
47,957 

15 

183,159 
17,006 
4,423 
7,754 
47,246 
105 
65,768 
27,969 
24,286 

24 
133 
5,701 

158 
188 
3,766 
217 

27 

176,712 
53,658 

173 
183,347 
2<  .'.772 
4,640 
7,754 
47,597 
105 
66,468 
28.628 
24,476 

Plumbago,  manufactures  of .. .  ■■ 
Sails   $ 



3,487,150 

44,498 

351 

3,531,648 

Ships  sold  toother  countries  No.  &  tons 

4—4,390 
944,765 
571,655 

1—100 
6,916 
2,704 

700 
659 
190 

5—4,490 
951,681 
574,359 

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Articles. 


MANUFACTURES—  Con. 

Stone,  ornamental,  viz. — 

Granite,  marble,  &c.  

Building,  viz. — 
Freestone,  limestone,  &c . . 

Total  stone  and  marble. 


Sugar  of  all  kiuds,  N.E.S   Lbs. 

Sugar-house  syrup   Galls. 

Tar   $ 

Tin,  manufactures  of   ■< 

Tobacco,  viz. — 

Cigars  and  cigarettes  Lbs. 

Snuff  .  

Stems  and  cuttings   ■■ 

All  other,  N.E.S  


Total  tobacco 


Tow   Cvvt. 

Vinegar  Galls. 

Wall  paper   Rolls. 


Wood,  viz.— 

Barrels,  empty   No. 

Household  furniture   $ 

Doors,  sashes  and  blinds. ...  n 
Matches  and  match  splints. .  « 
Mouldings,   trimmings  and 

other  house  furnishings.. .  » 
Pails,  tubs,  churns  and  other 

hollow  wood  en  ware   n 

Spool  wood  and  spools  

Wood  pulp   ii 

Other  manufactures  of  wood. 

Total  manufactures  of  wood. . 


Woollens  

Other  articles. 


Total  manufactures . 


MISCELLANEOUS  ARTICLES. 

Coffee   Lbs. 

Dried  fruits,  N.E.S  , 

Rice   it 

Rice  meal   m 

Tea   ii 

Other  miscellaneous  articles ...  $ 

Total  miscellaneous  


Goods, 
the  Produce  of 
Canada. 


Goods, 
not  the  Produce 
of  Canada. 


Total  Exports. 


Quantity.     Value.     Quantity.  Value 


809,052 
79,107 


25,517 
17,538 
332,130 
316,338 


691.523 


612 
4,963 
159,501 


20,438 


660 
25,100 


1,620,580 


1,390 
14,398 


15,788 


41,252 
19,093 
22,547 
14,481 


13,879 
1,532 
13,136 
86,491 


115,038 


4,280 
429 
41,305 


10,390 
240,271 
194,162 

88,930 

11,851 

12,120 
91,639 
1,937,207 
376,118 


2,962,688 


57,049 
1,086,962 


16,012,208 


219 

863 


19,201 
24^206 


44,489 


44,232 
5,407 


4,721 
3,819 
71,122 
157,566 


237,228 


30 
80 
1,577 


15,082 


62,110 
36,548 
207.603 
129,933 
1.425,616 


Quantity .  Value. 


282 
75 


357 


1,982 
1,135 
1,024 
44,670 


853,284 
81,514 


2,576 
196 
4,600 
51,014 


30,238 
21,357 
403,252 
473,904 


58,386;  928,751 


204!  642 
53  5,043 
213  161,078 


19,908 
1,555 
6 
200 

354 

5,138 
1,044 
1,039 
13,739 


42,983 


35,520 


19,507 
396,168 


1,739,142 


9,935| 
2,550 
5,692 
6,340 
258,137 
24.  XL'S  . 


62,770 
61*648 
207,603 
1,750,513 
1,425,616 


307,477 


17,751,350 


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Goods, 

Exports. 

Articles. 

the  Produce  ok 
Canada. 

not  the  Produce 
of  Canada. 

Total 



Quantity . 

Value. 

Quantity . 

Value. 

Quantity . 

Value. 

MISCELLANEOUS — Con. 

$ 

$ 

* 

Bullion  and  coin,  viz. — 
Bullion,  silver   8 

12,053 
1,882,374 
83,908 
154 

12,053 
1,882,374 
83,908 
154 

Gold  coin   ■■ 

Copper  coin   ■■ 



Total  bullion  and  coin   

1,978,489 

1,978,489 

RECAPITULATION. 


Articles. 

Produce. 

Not  Produce. 

Total. 

s 

8 

t 

40,367,683 

163,631 

40,531,314 

10,720,352 

10,647 

10,730,999 

30,009,857 

266,323 

30,276,180 

55,495,311 

803.971 

56,299,282 

24.781,486 

13,786,566 

38,568,052 

16,012,208 

1,739,142 

17,751,350 

44,489 

307,477 

351,966 

177,431,386 

17,077,757 

194,509,143 

1,978,489 

1,978,489 

Grand  total,  Exports    

177,431,386 

19,056,246 

196.487,632 

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No.  22. — Comparative  Statement  showing  the  Quantity  and  Value  of  Goods 
exported  from  the  Dominion  of  Canada,  during  the  Fiscal  Years  ended 
June  30,  1900  and  1901,  respectively. 


Articles. 

Fiscal  Year  ended 
June  30,  1900. 

Fiscal  Year  ended 
June  30,  1901. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Quantity. 

Value. 



THE  MINE. 

m       third  class     n 

1,419 
4,276 
12,469 

$ 

89,655 
205,712 
195,542 

6,176 
3,526 
17,397 

$ 

327,688 
173,824 
367,361 

18,164 

490,909 

27,099 

868,873 

208 
1,952,437 
1,336 
382 

3,820 
5,438,903 
16,609 
1,156 
24,445,156 
185,417 

1,743,202 
963 
218 

4,771,441 
18,020 
624 

14,148,543 
236,065 

Metals,  viz.:— 
Copper,  fine,  contained  in  ore,  matte,  regu- 

Copper,  black  or  coarse,  cement  copper  and 

Lead,  metallic,  contained  in  ore,  &c   m 

«•     Pig  .• 

Nickle,  fine,  contained  in  ore,  matte  or  speiss  h 
Platinum,  contained  in  concentrates  or  other 

233,395 

172,220 

13,824,395 

1,100 
19,830,728 
334,573 
13,943,239 

1,387,213 

175 
678,859 
9,832 
1,040,498 

26,322,389 

33,387 
65,561,823 
40,515 
9,537,558 

480 

4,022,019 

2,656,482 

3,794 
2,512,061 
5,023 
958,365 

75 

2,420,750 

Silver,  metallic,  contained  in  ore,  concen- 

2,283,148 

1,354,055 

311,104 
767,648 
601 

37,024 
99,308 
0 

376.144 
112,625 
405,771 
84,718 

60,522 
19,491 
66,835 
2,740 

Mineral  pigment,  iron  oxides,  ochres,  &c    Lbs. 

M                       ii          refined   h 

Ores,  viz.: — 
Other   ii 

Plumbago,  crude,  ore  and  concentrates  Cwt. 

1,079,353 

130,352 

979,258 

149,588 

607,500 
7,776 

7,599 
3,186 

754,277 
7,717 

7,732 
3,769 

322 
17,612 

32 
2,628 

26,965 
S.854 

1,286 
1,801 

17,934 

2,660 

35,819 

3,087 

7 

4,327 
63 
4,828 

200 
7,688 
2,521 
134,351 

219 
59,501 
37 
4,349 

5,074 
153,957 

1,950 
213,180 

9,225 

144,761 

04,106 

374,161 

149 
38,387 
14,889 
136,158 
251,260 

2,285 
30,054 
32,499 
26,716 
102,151 

6 

27,463 
22.140 
156,122 
197,065 

120 
40,109 
54,357 
30,362 
108,509 

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Articles. 

Fisc  al  Year  ended 
Junk  30,  1900. 

Fiscal  Year  ended 
June  30,  1901. 

,  



Quantity. 

Value, 

Quantity. 

Value. 

THE  MINE — Coil. 

1 

8 

Stone,  ornamental,  viz.:— 

Building,  viz.: — 
Freestone,  limestone,  <fcc. ,  un wrought. 
For  manufacture  of  grindstones,  rough  

Tons. 

3,097 

236,641 
365 

1,803 

115,910 
2,445 

1,799 

198,571 
571 

4,967 

119,136 
3,936 

Total  stone  

240,103 

120,158 

200,941 

128,039 

$ 

33,684 

114,997 

24,778,339 

40,531,314 

THE  FISHERIES. 

Codfish,  including  haddock,  ling  and  pollock, 

Lbs. 
Cwt. 

80,071 
749,431 
80 

2,151 
3,041,346 
160 

327,551 
733.566 

4,939 
123 

2,077 

8,357 
2,763,360 
19,694 

1,090 
16,732 

>»     tongues  and  sounds  

Brls. 

1,166 

14,447 

Total  codfish  

3,058,104 

26,950 
325 
156,844 

2,809,233 

18,134 
240 
283,157 

Lbs. 
Brls. 

493,482 
3,596 
11  974 


380,336 
3,513 
40,530 

184,119 

301,531 

Lbs. 

713,703 

42,796 

719,250 

34,099 

■1  canned  

Lbs. 
Brls. 
Lbs. 

10,607,873 
55,908 
28,160 
5,251,451 

52.950 
190,011 
1,336 
103,933 

10,755,420 
71,215 
22,025 
2,146,751 

106,579 
259,731 
823 
51,627 

348,230 

418,760 

Sea  fish,  other,  fresh .     . .   

Lbs. 
Brls. 
Lbs. 

174,500 
16,183 
143,561 

10,331 
68,138 
5,097 

51,916 
14,282 
19,901 

852 
57,763 
752 

Total  sea  fish,  other   

83,566 

59,367 

Oysters,  fresh    

Brls. 
Lbs. 

628 
3,696 

1,791 
233 

559 
42,360 

1,723 
2,653 

Total  oysters  

2,024 

4,376 

Lobsters,  fresh  

Brls. 
Lbs. 

29,664 
10,471,838 

305,493 
2,372,859 

49,503 
11,1/8,647 

301,447 
2,283,930 

2,678,352 

2,585,377 

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Fiscal  Year  ending 
June  30,  1900. 

Fiscal  Year  ending 
June  30,  1901. 

Hi 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

THE  FISHERIES — Con. 

$ 

116 

6,659 

$ 

345 
19,116 

Total  bait    

1,543 

2,231 

2,231 

19,461 

1,657,603 
411 

37,047,280 
8,616 

142,238 
46 

2,885,830 
81,994 

1,569,678 
370,156 
35,343,469 
8,068 

141,628 
41,327 
2,889,482 
78,661 

3,110,108 

3,151,098 

972,149 

32,207 

925,898 

43,222 

1,066,500 
li,909 

1,213,643 
15,641 

3,319 

3,354 

1,078,409 

1,229,284 

Total  fish  

10,620,146 

10,655,808 

197,611 
2,744 

50,333 
759 

162,260 
18,603 
285 
1,502 

42,370 
5,817 
120 
1,371 

Total  fish  oil  

Fur  or  skins  the  produce  of  fish  or  marine 

15 

15 

200,370 

51,107 

182,650 

49,678 

537,242 
16,371 

582 
24,931 

11,224,866 

10,730,999 

THE  FOREST. 

2,155 

63,311 
7,795 
67,149 

1,538 

48,718 
2,580 
69,196 

138,255 

120,494 

16,124 
67,203 

28,698 
2,866 

5,602 

61,899 
117,751 
11,160 
19,991 
7,858 

18,222 

17,037 
44,251 

16,593' 

62,024 
90,905 
89 
11,556 

Logs,  cedar,  capable  of  being  made  into  shingle 

5,699 

15,926 

10,127 
1,824 
225 

50,365 
9,711 

74,721 
7,738 
3,430 
494,311 

63,078 

26,818 
20,217 
7,657 
81,881 
32,362 
77 
19,278 

193,749 
95,616 
122,396 
285,798 
235,826 
668 
121,563 

16,174 

117,358 

88,426 

760,636 

137,790 

1,055,611 

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Articles. 


Fiscal  Yeak  ended 
June  .SO,  1900. 


Fiscal  Year  ended 
June  30,  1901. 


Quantity. 


THE  FOREST —  Gont in UC<I. 

Lumber,  viz.  : — 

Battens   § 

Bass  wood  M.  ft. 

Butternut   n 

Deals,  pine  St'dh. 

ii      spruce  and  other    n 

Deal  ends   ■• 

Hickory  M.  ft. 

Laths   M. 

Palinsrs   n 

Pickets   n 

Planks  and  boards   M.  ft. 

Joists   ii 

Scantling   „ 

Shingles    ...  M. 


Shooks,  box   No. 

ii      other   $ 


Total  shooks. 


Staves,  standard   M. 

ii     other  and  headings   $ 

All  other  lumber,  N.E.S   N 

Total  lumber  


Match  blocks   $ 

Masts  and  spars   No. 

Piling       § 


Poles,  hop  

ii  hoop  

H  telegraph. 
H  other  


Total  poles. 


Posts,  cedar,  tamarac  and  other   H 

Shingle  bolts  of  pine  and  cedar. .   C'rds. 

Sleepers  and  railroad  ties   No. 

Stave  bolts   C'rds. 


Timber,  square,  viz. : — 

ash  

birch  , 

elm  

maple  

oak  

pine,  red  

pine,  white  

all  other  


Tons 


Total  timber,  square. 


Wood,  blocks  and  other  for  pulp   | 

Other  articles  of  the  forest  

Total  products  of  the  forest  


1.833 


71,890 
307,637 
19,766 


Value. 


Quantity. 


27,811 
39,703 


3,286,598 
8,287,960 
564,869 


345,973 
5,466 
4,266 

842,721 

5 

26,397 
609,209 


479,391 
22,272 
30,443 
9,618,526 
49 

235,615 
1,131.506 


3,036 
11.715 
70,992 
338,593 
26,108 
22 

308.525 
8,166 
10,034 
737,187 
1,124 
40,951 
623,419 


Value. 


2,132,518 


192,159 
59,198 


1,680,350 


37,482 


1,045 


352 
1,297,003 
8,793 


11,764 
24,857 
13,649 
480 
19,531 

5,600 
76,549 

3,387 


155,862 


251,357 


164,750 
385,066  . 
533,428  . 


7,030 


25,059,344 


4,130 
93,346 


404 


711 
607 
36,891 
10,663 


48,872 


24,893 
704 
221,906 
20,673 


931 
839,275 
3,223 


43,778 
229,554 
205,131 
5,832 
405,608 
65,601 
1,254,457 
52,084 


4,383 
25,538 
15,688 

1,030 
15,787 

8,433 
50,645 
11,994 


2,262,045 


133,498 


902,772 
137,065 


29,954,089 


135,693 
56,899 
345,324 
2,857,822 
8,174,304 
681,384 
946 
504,514 
33,799 
67,380 
9,400,469 
10,679 
378,574 
1,146,150 


137,645 
238,753 


376,398 


38,706 
401,377 
358,755 


24,969,173 


21,528 
3,374 
104,026 


1,463 
1,765 
52,076 
13,416 


68,720 


38,065 
1,931 
152,940 
7,217 


58,759 
223,380 
273,579 

13,219 
317,286 
143,530 
916,452 
175,769 


2,121,974 


1,397,019 
33,608 


30,276,180 


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ANIMALS  AND  THEIR  PRODUCE. 


Fiscal  Year  ended 
June  30,  1900. 


Quantity.  \  Value. 


Animals — ■ 
Horses,  one  year  old  or  less. 

ii       over  one  year  old  . . 
Cattle,  one  year  old  or  less. 

ii     over  one  year  old. . . 

Swine   

Sheep,  one  year  old  or  less. 

ii     over  one  year  old 

Poultry ,  

Other  


No. 


Total  animals . 


Bones    Cwt . 

Butter   Lbs. 

Cheese   » 

Eggs   Doz. 


Furs,  dressed  . . 
ti     undressed . 


Total  furs. 


Grease  and  grease  scraps  Lbs. 

Glue  stock   $ 

Hair    " 

Hides  and  skins,  other  than  fur   it 

Horns  and  hoofs     » 

Honey  Lbs. 

Lard  " '  '  '  ■ 

Meats,  viz.  : — 

Bacon   » 

Beef   

Hams   n 

Mutton   m 

Pork  

Poultry,  dressed  or  undressed    $ 

Game  n    k 

Tongues  Lbs. 

Canned   » 

All  other,  N.E.S   ii 


Total  meats. 


Oil,  lard   Galls 

•I    neat's  foot  and  other  animal   n 


Total  oil,  lard  &c . 


Sheep  pelts   No. 

Tails    $ 

Tallow   Lbs. 

Wool   - 

Other  articles     $ 

Total  animals  and  their  produce   


32 
10,861 
30,784 
174,797 
1,636 
342,704 
117,240 


4,350 
265,185 
390,806 
699,890 
14,573 
182,970 
711,042 
36,876 
24,310 


68,426 
26,980,607 
192,573,261 
10,187,966 


134,215 


18,761 
202,564 

132,178,849 
3,037,780 
2,857,646 
42,750 
1,461,650 


12,330,002 


46,367 
5,429,563 
20,483,981 
1,457,942 


81,836 
1,739,625 


1,821,461 


100 

2,892,412 
1,435,015 


4,790 
9,429 

70,968 
1,312,608 
7,033 
1,109 

11,599 

12,471,848 
228,983 
286,677 
3,035 
63,263 
210,822 
359 
13 

312,290 
71,138 


Fiscal  Year  ended 
June  30.  1901. 


Quantity. 


42 
8,777 
21,524 
147,613 
944 
314,855 
80,093 


Value. 


4,070 
1,071,831 
287,474 
8,781,386 
8,301 
1,097,317 
531,414 
67,913 
59,905 


11,909,611 


53,351  38,868 

16,656,279  3,355,197 

200,314,432  21,123,251 

11.863,914  1,692,296 


35,558 
1,629,329 

1,664,887 


815,940 


26,276 
847,211 

103,044,459 
9,859,786 
2,537,508 
76,875 
879,422 


866,228 
3,754,009 
3,653,722 


32,368 
17,442 
61.913 
2,200,782 
9,234 
2,748 
58,643 

11,497,480 
820,337 
285,784 
5,712 
59,944 
141,522 
1,562 
89,096 
423,045 
332,580 


13,648,428 


80 


30 


257,942 


1,488,643 
2,213,863 


36 


86 


85,162 
2,399 
70,665 
420,776 
82,349 


57,296,667 


5,774 


13,657,062 


713 


5,774 


713 


109,277 

1,828^80 
1,152,661 


38,239 
1,183 

95,186 
197,581 
142,078 


56,299,282 


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Articles. 


Fiscal  Year  ended 
June  30,  1900. 


Fiscal  Year  ended 
June  30,  1901. 


Quantity. 


Value.  Quantity. 


Value. 


agricultural  products. 


Balsam . 

Cider.. 

Flax.. 


Fruits,  viz.  : — 
Apples,  dried. 


it  green  or  ripe 
Berries  of  all  kinds  . . 


Galls. 
Cwt. 


Lbs. 
Brls. 


Canned  or  preserved . 
All  other,  N.E.S  . . . . 


Total  fruits. 


Grain  and  products  of,  viz. 

Barley  

Beans   

Buckwheat  

Indian  Corn  

Oats  

Pease,  whole  

H  split  

Rve  

Wheat  

Other  grain  


.Bush. 


420 

28,344 


4,181,038 
956,674 


2,551,949 
312,443 
274,580 
11,781,024 
8,059,963 
2,913,842 
165,210 
569,198 
32,456,517 
1,9071 


8 

8,761 
125 
l'j(3.7<»!' 


10,035 
32,140 


210,892 
2,578,853 
127,740 
329,696 
127,680 


4.32v  »;;< 
678,670 


3,374,861 


1,200,852 
335,542 
146,055 
4,758,778 
2,489,048 
2,003,164 
155,694 
335,899 
16,368,889 
1,260 


2,490,403 
310,654 
429,334 
12.220.97.') 
10,122,262 
3,674,113 
201,148 
1,169,006 
18,936, 252 
4,190 


391 
2,534 
235,080 


191,386 
1,483,048 
113,824 
181,829 
72,106 


2,042,193 


1,173,219 
418,810 
227.717 
5,507,245 
3,103,575 
2,490,931 
193,154 
708,156 
13,622,930 
1,954 


Total  grain   59.066,633     27,795,181     49,558,337  27,447,691 


Bran   Cwt.  192,567         145,206         351,375  :  243,215 


Flour  of  wheat  Brls.  771,022  2,800,347  1,121,901 !  4,030,746 

Flour  of  rye                                                  N      8  45 

Indian  meal                                                „  1,113  2,496  676  1,719 

Oatmeal   145,867  ^  474,991  151,851  467,807 

Meal,  all  other                                              „  7,231  15,225  18,8541  31,402 


925,233  3,293,059 

1,293,290 

4,531,719 

Hay   Tons. 

Hemp  Cwt. 

Malt   „ 

Seeds  : — 

Flax   „ 

All  other   $ 

175,417 
5,353 
76,528 
9,199 
782,641 
273 
8,702 

1,414,119 

53,326 
16,435 
10,939 
84,726 
253 
498 

252,979 
100 
181,373 
4,087 
899,819 
2,615 
61,564 

2,097,902 
989 
37,970 
3,563 
71,879 
2,411 
3,817 

52,226 
747,361 
54,693 

311,109 
1,039,689 
49,519 
6,643 

77,390 
168,743 
58,303 

549,117 
257,377 
46,717 
13,248 

1,406,960 

866,459 

2,401 
120,921 

7,650 
52,973 
7,501 

11,293 
321,780 

39,150 
240,319 
6,460 



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Articles. 


Fiscal  Year  ended 
June  30,  1900. 


Quantity. 


Vak 


Fiscal  Year  ended 
June  30,  1901. 


Quantity. 


agricultural  products— Continued 

Vegetables,  canned  or  preserved   $ 

Potatoes    .  Bush. 

Turnips  '   " 

All  other  vegetables   $ 

Total  vegetables  


680,527 
1,055,317 


Vines,  grapes  and  other. 
Other  articles  


Total  agricultural  products. 


manufactures. 


Lbs. 


Acid,  sulphuric. ... 

Agricultural  implements   $ 

Books,  pamphlets,  maps,  &c   n 

Biscuit  and  bread   Cwt. 

Bricks   M. 

Buttons      $ 

Candles    Lbs . 

Carriages  ■   No. 

ii       parts  of   $ 

Carts   No. 

Waggons   ii 

Bicycles   h 

ii       parts  of   8 

Other  vehicles   No. 

Charcoal   $ 

Cement.  

Cinders   h 

Clay,  manufactures  of     it 

Clothing  and  wearing  apparel   n 

Coke  Tons. 

Cordage,  ropes  and  twine   $ 

Cotton  fabrics  Yds. 

Cottons,  other   $ 

Cotton  waste   Lbs. 

Drugs,  chemicals  and  medicines   $ 

Dye  stuffs   " 

Electrotypes   m 

Ext '-act  of  hemlock  bark  Brls. 

Explosives  and  fulminates  of  all  kinds   Lbs. 

Felt,  manufactures  of   $ 

Fertilizers   n 

Fur,  manufactures  of    m 

Glass  and  glassware,  N.E.S  i 

Grindstones,  manufactured   h 

Gy  [jsum  or  plaster,  ground   n 

Hats  and  caps  ■ 

Household  effects,  N.E.S  1  

Ice. ...   ii 

India  rubber,  manufactures  of  i 

Iron  and  steel  and  manufactures  of,  viz.: — 

Stoves   No. 

Castings,  N.E.S   $ 

Pig  iron  Tons. 

Machinery,  N.E.S.    $ 

Sewing  machines . . . :   No. 


,028 


3,831 
371 


32,605 
156 


187 
122 
5,539 


987 


13,847 
4.485;  183 


3,264,343 


5,356 
485,045 


255 
6,598 
"796 


18,101 
330,309 
116,444 

41,662 


891,154 
916,340 


506,516 


94,103 


38,469,961 


67 

1,693,581 
173,391 
22,742 
3,690 
329 
1,885 
20,050 
6,733 
7,089 
9,759 
182,437 
19,892 
9,678 
2,837 
7,723 
66 
215 
190,372 
33,770 
183,409 
338,020 
85,544 
59,781 
327,367 
5,153 
16,681 
64,405 
156,392 
5,307 
51,410 
13,049 
16,098 
22,196 
2,622 
3,870 
1,165,893 
16,953 
174,056 


75,677 


6,611 
878 


500 
232 


242 
87 
10,621 


445 


3,594 
170,569 
149,156 
668,689 
17,405 


60,129 
4,676,75i 


3,290,719 


4,795 
978,169 


957 
0*210 
*834' 


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Articles. 


Fiscal  Year  exded 
June  30,  1900. 


Quantity,  j  Value. 


Fiscal  Year  ended 
June  30,  1901. 


Quantity.  Value. 


manufactures —  Contin  ued. 

Iron  and  steel  and  manufactures  of — 

Scrap  iron  or  steel  Cwt. 

Hardware,  iN.KS   S 

Steel  and  manufactures  of   n 

Total  manufactures  of  iron  and  steel  


272,670 


274.599 
325,164 
134,042 


162,217 


1,743,218 


Jewellers'  sweepings. 

Junk  

Lamps  and  lanterns . . 


Cwx. 


26,619 


Leather,  sole  and  upper   Lbs. 

Boots  and  shoes    S 

Harness  and  saddlery   n 

Other  manufactures  of   n 


Total  mauufactures  of  leather. 


Lime    I 

Liquors,  viz.: — 

Ales  and  beer  Galls. 

Brandy     h 

Gin   ii 

Rum  ,     ii 

Whiskey  • 

Wines    » 

Other  spirits,  N.E.S   n 


Total  liquors. 


Metals,  other  than  iron  and  steel  Cwt. 

Molasses  Galls. 


Musical  instruments,  viz.  :- 

Organs  

Pianos  

Other  


No. 


6,599,122 


8,336 
404 
6,830 
6,069 
147,956 
3,168 
1,105 


34,969 
54,448 
2,035 


1,540,414 
86,118 
209,418 
53,557 


1,889,507 


77,360 


6,710 
1,299 
3,265 
1,565 
402,473 
8,192 
2,637 


173,S6s 


14,871 
100,749 


Total  musical  instruments. 


Oakum  Cwt. 

Oil  cake  

OiL  N.E.S    Galls. 

Photographs   $ 

Plumbago,  manufactures  of   $ 

Rags   Lbs. 

Sails   $ 

Ships  sold  to  other  countries  No.  and  Tons 

Soap    Lbs. 

Starch    » 

Stone,  ornamental,  viz.: — 

Granite,  marble,  &c   § 

Stone,  building,  viz.: — 

Freestone,  limestone,  &c   » 


Total  stone  and  marble. . 


8,104 

289 


426,141 


81,096 
21,567 


22 

211,399 
22,605 


2,504,918 

29-^-1^354 
512,786 
169,738 


440.147 

66,285 
11,097 


517,529 


131 
224,162 
10,438 
5,340 
4,616 
49,287 
200 
205,618 
16,323 
6,243 


1,026 
9,145 


10,171 


32,511 


7,732,874 


14,419 
5,685 
7,504 
8,156 
161,729 
7,079 

18,487 


223,059 


21,536 
74,576 


8,144 
527 


27 

176,712 
53,658 


3,531,648 


5—4,490 
951,681 
574,359 


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No.  22. — Statement  of  Articles  Exported  from  Canada,  &c. — Continued. 


Articles. 


Fiscal  Year  ended 
June  30,  1900. 


Quantity.  Value 


Fiscal  Year  ended 
June  30,  1901. 


Quantity.  Value 


manufactures— Continued. 

Sugar  of  all  kinds,  N.E.S  Lbs. 

Sugar  house  syrup  Galls. 

Tar     $ 

Tin,  manufactures  of   h 


Tobacco,  viz.:— 

Cigars  and  cigarettes                              ...  Lbs. 

Snuff   ii 

Stems  and  cuttings   h 

Allother,  N.E.S   .. 

Total  tobacco  , 


Tow  Cwt. 

Vinegar  Galls. 

Wall  paper    Rolls. 

Wood,  viz.: — 

Barrels,  empty     No. 

Household  furniture   $ 

Doors,  sashes  and  blinds  i 

Matches  and  match  splints   h 

Mouldings,  trimmings  and  other  house  fur- 
nishings   ii 

Pails,  tubs,  churns,  and  other  hollow  wooden- 
ware    ii 

Spool  wood  and  spools   n 

Wood  pulp   ii 

Other  manufactures  of  wood   n 


Total  wood  manufactures 


Woollens  

Other  articles. 


Total  manufactures. 


miscellaneous  articles. 

Coffee   Lbs. 

Dried  fruits,  N.E.S   .. 

Rice   ii 

Rice  meal   " 

Tea..  

Other  miscellaneous  articles   $ 


108,571 
43,792 


3,647 
9.978 
18,646 
71,244 


25,596 


18,015 


384,614 
182,948 


35,836 
51,636 


593,158 


105,487 


11,749 

6 

278,975 


79,619 
3 

31,271 


35,796 


26,521 
382,623 
299,359 
103,961 

15,786 

39,318 
66,222 
1,816,016 
432,531 


3,182,33] 


61,790 
1,472,648 


15,511,581 


393,818 
171,189 
25,902 
2,114,240 
1,581,751 


Total  miscellaneous  articles 


12,632 
8,654 
536 
22,230 
266,866 
229,623 

540,541 


853,284 
84,514 


30,238 
21,357 
403,252 
473,904 


928,751 


642 
5,043 
161,078 


35,520 


62,770 
61,648 
207,603 
1,750,513 
1,425,616 


Bullion  and  coin  

Estimated  amount  short  returned  at  inland  ports . 

Grand  total  


8,657,168 
5,461,723 


191,894,723 


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RECAPITULATION. 


Fiscal  Year  exded 
June  30,  1900. 

Fiscal  Year  ended 
June  30,  1901. 

Quantity . 

Value. 

Quantity. 

Value. 



-? 

24,778,339 
11,221,866 
29,954,089 
57,296.667 
38,469,961 
15,511,581 
540,541 

•8 

40,531,314 
10,730,999 
30,276,180 
56,299,282 
38,568,052 
17,751,350 
351,966 







Total  

177,776,044 

194,509,143 

8,657,168 
5,461,511 

1,978,489 

191,894,723 

196,487,632 

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No  28. — Statement  of  the  Quantities  and  Value  of  the  Principal  Articles 
exported  from  Canada  to  Countries  comprised  within  the  British  Empire, 
and  also  to  all  other  Countries,  during  the  Fiscal  Year  ended  June  30, 1901. 


Fiscal  Year  ended  June  30,  1901. 


Articles. 


British  Empire. 


Quantity.  Value, 


All  other  Countries. 


Quantity.  Value 


the  mine. 

Asbestus — first  class  Tons . 

ii         second  class   ri 

it         third  class   n 

Barytes,  ground  and  unground   Cwt. 

Coal  Tons. 

Chromite  (chromic  iron)   « 

Felspar     ■■ 

Gold-bearing  quartz,  dust,  nuggets,  &c   $ 

Gypsum  or  plaster,  crude  Tons . 

Metals,  viz.: — 
Copper,  fine,  contained  in  ore,  matte,  re- 

gulus,  &c.     . .  Lbs. 

Copper,  black  or  coarse,  cement  copper  and 

copper  in  pigs  i 

Lead,  metallic,  contained  in  ore,  &c   n 

Lead,  pig   n 

Nickel,  fine,  contained  in  ore,  matte  or  speiss  n 
Platinum,  contained  in  concentrates,  or  other 

forms  Ozs. 

Silver,  metallic,  contained  in  ore,  concen- 
trates, &c   n 

Mica — cut  to  sizes  Lbs. 

ii      edges  trimmed   n 

it      edges  untrimmed   h 

ti      ground  i 

Mineral  pigment,  iron  oxides,  ochres,  &c   n 

Mineral  water  ,  ...    . .  Galls 

Oil — mineral,  coal  and  kerosene,  crude  .......  m 

ii  ii  refined.   n 

Ores,  viz.: — 

ii    Antimony  Tons 

ii    Iron   ii 

ii    Manganese    n 

ii    Other   ., 

Phosphates   n 

Plumbago,  crude,  ore  and  concentrates  Cwt. 

Pyrites   Tons 

Salt  Bush 

Sand  and  gravel   Tons 

Stone,  ornamental,  viz.: — 

Granite,  marble,  &c,  unwrought  i 

Building,  viz. :- 

Freestone,  limestone,  &c,  unwrought   u 

Stone  for  manufacture  of  grindstones,  rough ...  ii 
Other  articles   $ 


Produce  of  the  mine,  Canadian . 
ii  ii  Foreign  . . , 


868 
324 
2,273 


252,517 
550 
5 


10,000 


130,510 
515 


30,414 
41,815 
58,386 
81.218 

44,629 
205 
25,382 
3,351 


32 
7 

438 
6 
28 


79,104 
473 


68,813 
22,536 
45,695 


789,086 
7,500 
15 

181,225 
57 


1,015 


3,931 
23 


6,397 
6,731 
11,216 
2,615 

749 
14 
1,209 
666 


213 
590 
19,463 
120 

82 


15,132 
949 


27,046 


Total  mine. 


1,197,378 
15,845 

1,213,223 


5,308 
3,202 
15,124 
208 
1,699,920 
786 
377 


172,174 


26,312,389 

33,387 
65,431,313 
40,000 
9,537,558 

480 

4,022,019 

345,730 
70,810 
347,385 
3,500 

705,648 
7,512 
1,583 
5,503 


219 
59,469 
30 
3,911 


27,435 
22,146 
77,018 
196,592 


1,776 

198,544 
571 


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Articles. 


THE  FISHERIES. 

Codfish,  including  haddock,  ling  and  pollock, 

fresh   Lbs. 

ii      dry  salted    Cwt. 

ii       wet  salted   » 

ii  pickled  

u       tongues  and  sounds  .  ,  Brls. 

Mackerel,  fresh  Lbs. 

ii        canned   m 

n        pickled  Brls. 

Halibut,  fresh  Lbs. 

Herring,  fresh  or  frozen   n 

it        pickled  Brls. 

ii        canned    Lbs. 

ii        smoked   n 

Sea  fish,  other,  fresh   n 

ii  pickled   Brls. 

ii  preserved   Lbs. 

Oysters,  fresh  Brls. 

it       preserved  in  cans  Lbs. 

Lobsters,  fresh  Brls. 

ii        canned  Lbs. 

Bait,  fish   Brls. 

ii  clams  or  other   

Salmon,  fresh. ...   Lbs. 

n       smoked     n 

ii       canned   n 

H       pickled  Brls. 

Salmon  or  lake  trout  Lbs. 

Fish,  all  other,  fresh   $ 

n  pickled  Brls. 

Fish  oil,  cod     . .  Galls 

ii       seal   ii 

»       whale   ii 

ii       other   ti 

Furs  or  skins,  the  produce  of  fish  or  marine 

animals    S 

Other  articles   n 


Produce  of  the  fisheries,  Canadian . 
ii  ii  Foreign. . . 


Total  fisheries. 


THE  FOREST. 

Ashes,  pot  and  pearl  Brls. 

ii      leached   . .  § 

ii      all  other   h 

Bark,  for  tanning  Cords 

Firewood       ■• 

Ivory  nuts,  vegetable     $ 

Knees  and  f uttocks   No. 

Logs,  cedar,  capable  of  being  made  into  shingle 

bolts  Cords 

i.     elm   ...  M.  ft 

ii  hemlock  

ii  oak.  

ii     pine   i 


Fiscal  Year  ended  June  30,  1901. 


British  Empire. 


Quantity . 


39,829 
270>5<j 
505 
34 
9 


Value. 


All  other  Countries. 


Quantity. 


45 
5,808 
7,910 


41,766 
340 
481,362 


2,184 
2,600 
206 


237 
3,132,896 
45 
5 

29,189 
48,585 
30,335,613 
2,24^ 
1,075 


31 

15,21)3 
18,590 


1,280 


1,231 


48 
18,141 


7,386 
1,142 


1,133 
1,005,224 
1,869 
340 
81 


3 

45,226 
238 


154,290 
17 
12,410 


9,920 
108 
553 


1,930 
702,023 
125 
17 
1,912 
5,564 
2,513,170 
20,235 
34 
4,304  . 

127 
3,950 
5,814, 


1,220 

260 
1,127 


4,483,570 
4,654 


4,493,224 


39,547 


1,115 
306 
180 


107 
124,691 


117,938; 
12,2501 


2*7,722 
462,710 
4,434 
89 
2,{X18 
380,336 
3,46« 
34,722 
711,340 
10,755,420 
29,449 
2!,685 
1,665.389 
51,916 
12,098 
17,301 
353 
42,360 
49,266 
8,045,751 
71 
6,654 
1,540,4*9 
321,571 
5,007,836 
5,820 
924,823 


Value. 


3,323 
146,967 
13 
285 
222 


7,224 
1,758,136 
17,825 
750 
16,651 
18,134 
237 
237,931 
33,S61 
106,579 
105,441 
806 
39,217 
852 
47,843 
644 
1.170 
2,653 
299,517 
1,581,907 
220 
19,099 
139,716 
35,763 
376,312 
58,426 
43,188 
1,209,339 
15,514 
38,420 
3 
120 
151 

322 
23,804 

6,231,782 
5,993 


6,237,775 


307 


16,964 
44,161 


16,593 

5,651 
8,677 

20,217 
271 

30,239 


9,171 
2.5>0 
68,081 
61,718 
90.725 
'  89 
11,556 

15,819 
69,058 
95,616 
4,458 
273,548 


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Fiscal  Year  ended  June  30,  1901. 


Articles. 


THE  FOREST. — Con. 

Logs,  spruce  M.  ft. 

ii     tamarack   h 

ii     all  other   n 

Lumber,  viz.  :— 

Battens   $ 

Basswood   M.  ft. 

Butternut   n 

Deals,  pine     St'd  hund. 

•i      spruce  and  other    i 

Deal  ends   n 

Hickory  M.  ft. 

Laths   ..  M 

Palings   ...  H 

Pickets   n 

Planks  and  boards  ;   M.  ft. 

Joist8   ll 

Scantling     m 

Shingles   M 

Shooks,  box   No. 

ii      other   $ 

Staves,  standard   M 

ii      other  and  headings   $ 

All  other  lumber,  N.E.S   ... 

Match  blocks   h 

Masts  and  spars     No. 

Piling     $ 

Poles,  hop   ii 

ii      hoop   n 

ii      telegraph     n 

ii      other    ii 

Posts,  cedar,  tamarac  and  other   n 

Shingle  bolts,  of  pine  or  cedar  Cords 

Sleepers  and  railroad  ties   No. 

Stave  bolts   Cords 

Timber,  square,  viz.  : — 

Ash  Tons 

Birch  

Elm  

Maple  

Oak  

Pine,  red  

Pine,  white  

All  other  

Wood,  blocks  and  other,  for  pulp  

Other  articles  of  the  forest  


Produce  of  the  forest,  Canadian 
ii        ii        n       Toreign. . 


Total  forest . 


ANIMALS  AND  THEIR  PRODUCE. 

Animals,  viz.  : — 

Horses,  one  year  old  or  less   No. 

ii      over  one  year  old   m 

Cattle,  one  year  old  or  less   h 

m     over  one  year  old   n 


British  Empire. 


Quantity.  Value 


26,119 
'  2^095 


951 
11,715 
67,888 
296,136 
22,131 
22 
8,822 
3,745 
3,972 
171,178 
884 
28,935 
56,513 
951,163 


873 


151 


30,368 


4,305 
24,826 
15,375 

1,016 
15,580 

8,245 
49,941 

8,293 


29 
5,486 
389 
120,715 


194,018 

16^594 

84,788 
17,540 
345,324 
2,734,886 
7,219,105 
589,041 
946 
15,744 
16,600 
27,368 
2,078,055 
8,128 
260,533 
103,323 
77,836 
158.857 
4,591 
70,296 
211,724 
4,023 
1,657 
40 
470 
1,172 


244 
15 


8,848 


57,947 
217,295 
270,068 

13.070 
314,545 
131,279 
905,762 
146,094 

32,198 

13,523 


16,399,614 
250,067 


16,649,681 


3,090 
579,509 
25,711 
8,078,400 


All  other  Countries. 


Quantity. 


6,243 
77 
±7,183 


2,085 


3,104 
42,457 
3,977 


299,703 
4,421 
6,062 
566,009 
240 
12,016 
566,906 
729,187 


6,157 


253 


932 
808,907 
3,223 

78 
712 
313 

14 
207 
188 
704 
3,701 


13 
3,291 
21,135 
26,898 


Value. 


41,808 
663 
104,969 

50,905 
39,359 


122,936 
955,199 
92,343 


488.770 
17,199 
40.012 
7,322,414 
2,551 
118.041 
1,042,827 
59,809 
79,896 
34,115 
331,081 
147,031 
17,505 
1,717 
103,986 
993 
593 
52,076 
13,172 
38,050 
1,931 
144,092 
7,217 

812 
6,085 
3,511 
149 
2,741 
12,251 
10,690 
29,675 
1,364,821 
20,085 


13,610,243 
16,256 


13,626,499 


980 
492,322 
261,763 
702,986 


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Fiscal  Year  ended  June  30,  1901. 


Articles. 


ANIMALS  AND  THEIR  PRODUCE— Con. 

Animals — 

Swine     No. 

Sheep,  one  year  old  or  less   h 

ii     over  one  year  old  i 

Poultry   I 

Other   M 

Bones  Cwt. 

Butter  Lbs. 

Cheese    i 

Eggs   Doz. 

Furs,  dressed   § 

h    undressed   n 

Grease  and  grease  scraps  '.   Lbs. 

Glue  stock   f 

Hair   n 

Hides  and  skins,  other  than  fur   n 

Horns  and  hoofs   n 

Honey   Lbs. 

Lard   n 

Meats,  viz.  : — 

Bacon  i 

Beef    „ 

Hams.     it 

Mutton   it 

Pork   Lbs. 

Poultry,  dressed  or  undressed   3 

Game         »  ■■    ■■ 

Tongues   Lbs. 

Canned   n 

All  other,  N.E.S  

Oil,  lard    Galls. 

Sheep  pelts.     No. 

Tails   $ 

Tallow   Lbs. 

Wool   „ 

Other  articles   S 


Animals  and  their  produce,  Canadian . 
n         n         ii         Foreign. . . 


Total. 


AGRICULTURAL  PRODUCTS. 

Balsam   $ 

Cider   Galls. 

Flax  Cwt. 

Fruit,  viz. : — 

Apples,  dried  Lbs. 

n      green  or  ripe  Brls. 

Berries  of  all  kinds.   $ 

Canned  or  preserved  i 

All  other,  N.E.S     „ 

Grain  and  products  of,  viz.: — 

Barley  Bush. 

Beans...:   n 

Buckwheat   H 

Indian  corn   N 


British  Empire. 


Quantity. 


102 
22,971 
59,169 


Value. 


4,252 
16,428,317 
199,911,420 
11,292,944 


420.  US  1 


16,497 
845,305 

102,731,588 
9,753,605 
2,454,576 
53,91 
752.7"! 


845,893 
3,698,829 
3,511,777 
4,869 
7,230 

1,701,010 
99,850 


240 


068,066 
657,546 


2,114,508 
15,410 
180,681 
10,494.261 


518 
95,514 
357,681 
39,323 
327 
3,034 
3,307,016 
21,077,722 
1,680,767 
8,249 
1,247,473 
17,537 


15,819 
171,118 
2,400 
1,732 
58,458 

11,460,641 
812,423 
278,471 
3,777 
:>2.2»; 
137.996 
35 
87,155 
415,618 
321,091 
494 
5,610 


90,097 
20. 2S.-> 
53,152 


49,996,696 
513,833 


50,510,529 


63 


24,187 
1,445,041 
4,106 
149,781 
33,015 

998,379 
20,538 
93,804 
4,744,376 


All  other  Countries. 


Quantity. 


842 
291,884 
20,924 


49,099 
227,962 
403,012 

70,970 


394,959 


9,779 
1,906 

312,871 
106,181 
82,932 
22,958 
126,721 


20,435 
55,180 

141,945 
905 

102,04' 


127,570 
1,052,811 


9,795 
32,140 

3,661,984 
21,124 


375,895 
295,244 
248,653 
1,726,714 


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Articles. 


AGRICULTURAL  PRODUCTS— Con. 

Grain  and  products  of — 

Oats    , . . .  Bush. 

Pease,  whole     n 

ii     split   ii 

Rye   ,. 

Wheat....   .1 

Other  grain.    n 

Bran  ;  Cwt. 

Flour  of  wheat  Brls. 

Flour  of  rye   n 

Indian  meal   ii 

Oatmeal  

Meal,  all  others   n 

Hay   Tons. 

Hemp    Cwt. 

Hops  Lbs. 

Malt   Bush. 

Maple  sugar    .  Lbs. 

ii     syrup  Galls. 

Nuts  Lbs. 

Seeds,  clover  Bush. 

ii      flax  ,   ii 

ii      grass   n 

ii      all  other   $ 

Straw  Tons. 

Tobacco,  leaf   Lbs. 

Trees,  shrubs  and  plants   $ 

Vegetables,  canned  or  preserved  < 

.i        potatoes  Bush, 

n        turnips    h 

ii         all  other  vegetables    $ 

Vines,  grape  and  other  , .  ........  m 

Other  articles   n 


Agricultural  products,  Canadian. 
ii  ii  Foreign.. 


Total  agricultural  products. 


MANUFACTURES. 

Acid,  sulphuric  Lbs. 

Agricultural  implements   $ 

Books,  pamphlets,  maps,  &c  ■ 

Biscuits  and  bread   Cwt. 

Bricks   M. 

Buttons   $ 

Candles  Lbs. 

Carriages   No. 

M      parts  of   $ 

Carts   No. 

Waggons  i 

Bicycles   „ 

ii      parts  of   $ 

Other  vehicles     No. 

Charcoal   $ 

Cement  i 

Cinders   n 


Fiscal  Year  ended  June  30,  1901. 


British  Empire. 


Quantity.  Value 


8,349,370 
3,095,433 
182,940 
874,717 
16,767,786 
1,995 
132,312 
1,088,709 


651 
150,649 
16,487 
94,528 


181,373 
4,087 
9,700 
1,815 
263 
52,266 
88,835 
5,056 


699 
630 


227,128 
6,820 


1,553 


5,349 
397 


131 


135 
22 
9,369 

"329 


2,565,217 
2,046,789 
176,506 
535,889 
12,105,561 
895 
95,412 
3,921,432 


1,638 
464,048 
28,155 
906,907 


37,970 
3,563 
924 
1,717 
10 

387,757 
134,860 
4,523 
2,980 
2,299 
182 
309 
39,720 
97.030 
999 
27,830 


10,577 


19,606,822 
11,508,167 


31,114,989 


30 

835,402 
60,683 
21,161 
3,668 


11,702 
12,178 
5,201 
1,725 
308,913 
52,219 
25.726 
4,395 
2,038 
10 


All  other  Countries. 


Quantity.  Value. 


1,772,892 
578,680 
18,208 
294,289 
2,168,466 
2,195 
219,063 
33,192 
8 
25 
1,202 
2,367 
158,451 
100 


890,119 
800 
61,301 
25,124 
7fl,908 
53,247 


10,594 
321,150 


664,026 
909,520 


74,124 


1,262 
481 


500 
101 


107 

65 
1,252 


116 


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TRADE  AND  NAVIGATION  m 

Articles  Exported  from  Canada,  &c. — Continued. 


Fiscal  Year  ended  June  30,  1901. 


Articles. 


MANUFACTURES—  Con. 


Clay,  manufactures  of  

Clothing  and  wearing  apparel 
Coke  


  ...Tons. 

Cordage,  ropes  and  twine   $ 

Cotton  fabrics    Yds. 

Cottons,  other   $ 

Cotton  waste     Lbs. 

Drugs,  chemicals  and  medicines,  N.E.S   $ 

Dye  stuffs   « 

Electrotypes   „ 

Extract  of  hemlock  bark   Brls. 

Explosives  and  fulminates  of  all  kinds   Lbs. 

Felt,  manufactures  of   S 

Fertilizers   

Fur,  manufactures  of   

Glass  and  glassware,  N.E.S  

Grindstones,  manufactured   

Gypsum  or  plaster,  ground  

Hats  and  caps  

Household  effects,  N.E.S  

Ice  

India-rubber,  manufactures  of    

Iron  and  steel  and  manufactures  of,  viz. : — 

Stoves   No 

Castings,  N.E.S   $ 

Pig  iron   Tons. 

Machinery,  N.E.S   $ 

Sewing  machines    No. 

Scrap-iron  or  steel..     Cwt. 

Hardware,  N.E.S   $ 

Steel  and  manufactures  of   n 

Jeweller's  sweepings     „ 

J  unk    Cwt. 

Lamps  and  lanterns   § 

Leather : — 

Sole  and  upper  ,   Lbs. 

Boots  and  shoes   $ 

Harness  and  saddlery  _   „ 

Other  manufactures  of   n 

Lime  .•   „ 

Liquors  : — 

Ale  and  beer    Galls. 

Brandy   „ 

Gin   .. 

Rum   „ 

Whiskey   „ 

Wines.   „ 

Other  spirits,  N.  E.  S                     „ 

Metals,  other  than  iron  and  steel  ,   Cwt. 

Molasses.   Galls. 

Musical  instruments,  viz.: — 

Organs   No. 

Pianos                                                         . .  „ 

Other   $ 

Oakum   Cwt. 

Ou  cake   „ 

oji,  n.e.s  ::::Gaiis. 

Photographs.   $ 


British  Empire. 


Quantity. 


3,515,221 
76' 490 


4,450 
163,347 


513 
2^223 


168 
30,390 


5,403 
r,490,07S 


663 
4 
24 
2,248 
28. 29,* 
1,131 
13,194 
5,614 
51,138 

7,494 
390 


27 

161,809 
39,433 


Value. 


All  other  Countries. 


Quantity.  Value 


451j 

354,649 


157,312 
262,215 
83,272 
1,233 
196,349 
2,328 
1,642 
54,564 
40,618 
10,754 


5,347 
8,576 
772 
5,111 
4,481 
73,785 


90,328 

5,167 
2S.SXI 
46,745 
291,461 
2,965 
20,151 
68,458 
202,614 


13,184 
1,499 

1,908,005 
118,616 
131,290 
52,224 
3,547 

423 
7 
14 
771 
69,890 
1,651 
12,539 
39,607 
13,300 

426,621 
63,322 
2,830 
173 
166.685 
14,012 
1,477 


60,129 
1,161,530 
3,214^229 


345 
814,822 


444 

3^987 


666 
131,827 


27,108 
242,796 


13,756 
5,681 
7,480 
5,908 
133,431 
5,948 
5,293 
15,922 
23,438 

650 
137 


14,903 
14,225 


890 
309,462 
192,910 
17,714 
118,994 
117,251 
71,576 
489,061 
6,108 
8,230 
2,757 
204,097 
916 
37,877 
9,232 
10,492 
37,532 
20,365 
8,115 
1,138,943 
32,667 
66,111 

S.741 
77,740 
84.386 

367.838 
16,040 

120,452 
55,997 

404,812 
34,202 
58,262 
1,961 

67,378 
104,972 
5,653 
65,066 
79,967 

12,461 
8,793 
9,606 
2,797 
370.798 
20,052 
11,811 
136,308 
3,545 

31,885 
27,373 
3,489 


16,662 
6,760 
3,163 


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i — Statement  of  Articles  Exported  from  Canada,  &c. — Continued. 


Fiscal  Year  ended  June  30,  1901. 


Articles. 


British  Empire. 


Quantity. 


Value. 


All  other  Countries. 


Quantity. 


MANUFACTURES — Cori. 


Plumbago,  manufactures  of. 

Rags  

Sails 


Lbs. 


226,813 


Ships  sold  to  other  countries  No.  and  tons. 

Soap  ,  Lbs. 

Starch   n 

Stone,  ornamental,  viz.: — 

Granite,  marble,  &c   $ 

Building,  viz.: — 

Freestone,  limestone,  &c  ' . . . .  u 

Sugar  of  all  kinds,  N.E.S   Lbs. 

Sugar-house  syrup   Galls. 

Tar   $ 

Tin,  manufactures  of   n 

Tobacco,  viz.:— 

Cigars  and  cigarettes    Lbs. 

Snuff     .. 

Stems  and  cuttings   h 

Allother,  N.E.S  

Tow    Cwt. 

Vinegar  Galls. 

Wall  paper   V ,  Rolls. 

Wood,  viz.: — 

Barrels,  empty   No. 

Household  furniture   $ 

Doors,  sashes  and  blinds    ■ 

Matches  and  match  splints     n 

Mouldings,  trimmings  and  other  house  fur- 
nishings  n 

Pails,  tubs,  churns  and  other  hollow  wooden- 
ware    ii 

Spool  wood  and  spools  

Wood  pulp   ii 

Other  manufactures  of     n 

Woollens   ■■ 

Other  articles   n 


1—  1,198 
819,415 
567,575 


Manufactures,  Canadian 
ii  Foreign . . 


Total  manufactures. 


MISCELLANEOUS  ARTICLES. 

Coffee   Lbs. 

Dried  fruit,  N.E.S.   

Rice   n 

Rice  meal.,.                                              .  m 

Tea   „ 

Other  miscellaneous  articles   $ 


Miscellaneous  articles,  Canadian. 
ii  H  Foreign... 


Total  miscellaneous. 


481,041 
14,360 


23,071 
6,960 
58,476 
95,470 
12 
4,963 
122,040 

6,976 


2,020 
14,498 
9,840 
1,618,430 
126,125 


5,965 


3,304,835 


9,000 
24,917 
24,110 

808 

32 
23,260 
6,180 
9,610 
7,59! 

12,676 
580 
4,753 
20,725 
74 
429 
32,316 

4,014 
216,904 
173,202 
82,855 

11,826 

10, 487 
88,100 
946,891 
306,119 
25,546 
883,392 


3,292 
132,266 
6,784 


372,243 
70,154 


7,167 
14,397 
344,776 
378,434 
630 
80 
39,038 

28,544 


9,023,969 
315,324 


9,339,293 


313 
766 
206 
19,140 
18,165 
20,528 


60,750 
47,150 
197,763 
132,083 
1,299,491 


35,048 
24,070 


59,118 


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RECAPITULATION. 


Produce  of  the  mine  

ti         ii  fisheries 

H         ii  forest   

Animals  and  their  produce  , 

Agricultural  products  

Manufactures  

Miscellaneous  articles  

Bullion  and  coin  


Total  Canadian  produce . 
ii     Foreign  produce . . 


Total 


Fiscal  Year  ended  Jcxe  30,  1901. 


British  Empire. 


(Quantity. 


Value. 


All  other  Countries. 


Quantity. 


I 

1,197,378 
4,488,570 
16,399,614 
49,996,696 
19,606,822 
9,023,969! 
35,048 


100,748,097 
12,635,060 


113,383,157 


Value. 


39,170,305 
6,231,782 

13,610,243 
5,498,615 
5,174,664 
6,988,239 
9,441 


76,683,289 
6,421,186 


83,104,475 


GRAND  TOTAL. 


British  Empire  

All  other  Countries . 


§113,383,157 
83,104,475 


Grand  Total  Exports  $196,487,632 


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1-2  EDWARD  VII.,  A.  1902 

No.  24. — Statement  showing  the  Value  of  Merchandise  imported  into  and 
exported  from  Canada  through  the  United  States  to  and  from  Foreign 
Countries ;  distinguishing  the  countries  whence  imported  and  to  which 
exported,  during  the  Fiscal  Year  1901. 


Countries  whence  Imported  or  to  which  Exported. 


Great  Britain  

Australia  

British  Africa   

h      E.  Indies  

it     W.  Indies  

ii  Guiana  

ii  Honduras  

Gibraltar  

Hong  Kong. . .  . .   

Malta  

Newfoundland  

New  Zealand  

British  Possessions,  Other. 


Total,  British  Empire. 


Algeria  

Arabia   . .   

Argentina    

Austri  a-  Hungary  

Azores  

Brazil  

Belgium  

Bolivia  

Bulgaria  

Central  American  States  

Chili  

China  

Cuba  

Denmark    

Danish  W.  Indies  

Dutch  E.  Indies  

ii     W.  Indies.-  

ii  Guiana  

Ecuador  

Egypt     

France    

French  Possessions  in  Africa. 

ii     W.  Indies.  

ii  Guiana  

Germany   ....... 

Greece  

Hawaii  

Hayti  

Holland  

Iceland  

Italy  

Japan    

Mexico  

Norway  and  Sweden   

Persia  

Peru  

Phillipine  Islands  

Porto  Rico  

Portugal  

Russia  

South  America  

St.  Domingo   

St.  Pierre  


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


12,567,120 
14,286 
5,703 
469,677 
79,702 
7,163 


149 
'756' 


13,144,556 


40,378 
8,209 


139,909 


470,064 


1,333 
8,009 


152,976 
200,006 
11,245 


7,6^3 


3,767 
2,696,682 


2,482,545 
29,211 


101,633 


65,671 
380,888 
11,930 
10,907 
15,153 


29,054 
11,547 
417,017 
584 


Value  of 
Merchandise 
Exported  to 
Foreign  Coun- 
tries through  the 
United  States. 


31,585,804 
802,320 
218,939 
31,061 
267,151 
43,087 
2,203 
2,359 
700 

72,009 
178,829 
908 


33,205,370 


111,160 
1,511 

896 
166,480 
508,450 

250 

37,032 
33,159 

4,064 
170,302 
45,822 

1,466 

987 
429 
586 
529 
704,516 
2,243 
34,513 
709 
1,097,621 
1,199 
5,926 
38,235 
175,110' 
130 
220,922 
11,032 
38,422 
55,420 

8,846 
698 

47,557 
235 

48,514 

126 
2,625 


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No.  24.  Statement  showing  the  Value  of  Merchandise  imported  into  and 

exported  lrora  Canada  through  the  United  States,  &c. — Concluded. 


Countries  whence  Imported  or  to  which  Exported. 


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


Value  of 
Merchandise 
Exported  to 
Foreign  Coun- 
tries through  the 
United  States. 


Spain  

Switzerland  

Turkey  

U.  S.  Colombia . 

Uruguay  

Venezuela  


Total,  Other  Countries. 
Grand  total  


8 

132,855 
353,419 
44,292 


516 
449 
664 
10,785 
25.145 
1,445 


7,826,957 


3,616,726 


20,971,513 


36,822,096 


No.  25. — Comparative  Statement  of  Goods  remaining  in  Warehouse  in 

1899,  1900  and  1901. 


Articles. 


Remaining  in  Ware-  Remaining  in  Ware-  Remaining  in  Ware- 
house, HOUSE,  HOUSE, 
June  30,  1899.           June  30,  1900.  June  30,  1901. 


Quantity.     Value.     Quantity.     Value.     Quantity.  Value. 


Breadstuffs,  viz.: — 

Wheat   . .  Bush. 

Other  breadstuffs   8 

Coal,  bituminous   ...  Tons. 

Cotton  and  manufactures  of   8 

Drugs   ii 

Fancy  goods     n 

Fish     ii 

Flax  and  manufactures  of   » 

Fruits  and  nuts   n 

Glass  and  manufactures  of   n 

Iron  and  steel       n    n 

Leather  n    n 

Oils  Galls. 

Paper  and  manufactures  of   8 

Silk     .. 

Spirits  and  wines,  vis. 

Brandy  Galls. 

Gin   8 

Rum   M 

Whiskey   n 

Wines  of  all    kinds,  except 

sparkling      ....    n 

Wines,  sparkling   $ 

Sugar  above  No.  16  D.S   Lbs. 

Sugar  not  above  No.  16  D.S   n 

Molasses     Galls. 

Tobacco,  manufactures  of,  viz.:  — 

Cigars  Lbs. 

Cigarettes   h 

All  other  

Woollens   S 

All  other  articles   u 

Grand  total  


1,032,277 
128,940 


360,679 


144,360 

232,855 
49,633 
157,780 

226,265 

801,036' 
25,585,543 
858,764 

9,937 
874 
17,373 


846,517  1,311,616! 

65,004   

249,471  160,401 

23,799   

92,009   

10,344   

35,793   

17,484   , 

99,174   

10,742   

283,403   

25,471   

39,962!  1,067,129! 

37,003   

18,930   


232,524 
111,119 
21,053 
228,070 

168,099 
95,535 
21,202 
580,124 
185,952 

15,305 
1,535 
10,952 
89,714 
1,014,229 


149,294 
246,215 
49,235 
180,648 

243,570 


4,630,519 


350,336 
42,828,425 
767,793 

12,972 
1,638 
27,241 


977,520 
156,033 
317,418 
124,314 
132.447 
13,418 
42,63S 
42,169 
226,631 
11,887! 
346,239 
15,028 
119,840 
52,206 
55,295 

243,880 
118,054 
29,149 
273,747 


1,110,739 

163^647; 


1,756,500 


164,356' 
2H1.551 
55,6071 
1,147,344 


187,182  238,256 

105,450   

9,159  2,611,510 
989,573  39,072762 
212,756  1,031,710 


28,271 
3,428 
15,514 
241,664 
1,210,534 


19,378 
2,659 
34,857 


838,891 
56,773 

309,069 
73,614 

129,726 
8,821 
35,308 
27,242 

381,833 
13,950 

157,975 
17,207 

141,695 
32,027 
46,518 

245,296 
138,245 
32,812 
315,895 

193,040 
121,479 
69,429 
770,183 
198,480 

50,598 
5,134 
24,589 
101,885 
1,155,930 


6,301,444    5,693,644 


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No.  26. — Statement  of  the  Quantity  and  Value  of  Merchandise  received  from 
Foreign  Countries  for  immediate  transit  through  Canada  and  transhipped 
at  the  Port  of  Montreal  for  the  United  States  and  other  countries  during 
the  Fiscal  Year  ended  June  30,  1901. 


Articles. 


THE  MINE. 

Ore  and  other  articles  of  the  mine. 


THE  FISHERIES. 

Salmon  and  other  articles  of  the  fisheries 


THE  FOREST. 

Planks  and  boards  


Lumber  and  timber,  N.E.S 


Other  articles  of  the  forest. 


Total  produce  of  the  forest. 

ANIMALS  AND  THEIR  PRODUCE. 

Horses  


Horned  cattle . 


COUN  TRIES. 


Great  Britain 
United  States 

France  , 

Germany  

Belgium  


Total. 


Great  Britain. 
United  States 
Germany  .... 


Total. 


Great  Britain. 
United  States 

France  

Germany  .... 
Belgium  


Total. 


Great  Britain. . 
United  States  . 

Germany   

Belgium  

Newfoundland. 


Total. 


Great  Britain. 
United  States 


Total. 


Great  Britain. 
United  States 


Total. 


Great  Britain. 
United  States 

Total  


Received  from 


Quantity .  Value 


M.  ft. 


2,844 


2,844 


No. 


32 
588 


620 


6,880 
6,880 


8,256 
3,003 


11,259 


4,725 
1,000 


5,725 


68,145 


68,145 


121,767 


121,767 


835 


835 


190,747 


6,200 
43,025 


49,225 


325,430 
325,430 


Shipped  to 


Quantity .  Value 


M.  ft. 

2,600 


56  760 
134  4,200 
54  720 


2,844 


Ncv 


588 
32 


620 


6,880 


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No.  26. — Statement  of  the  Quantity  aud  Value  of  Merchandise  received  from 
Foreign  Countries,  &c. — Continued. 


Articles  . 

Countries. 

Received  from 

Shipped  to 

Quantity . 

Value. 

Quantity . 

Value. 

animals,  etc. — Continued. 

No. 

S 

No. 
11,751 

1 

59,340 

United  Stat**  . . 
Total, 

11,751 

59,340 

11,751 

59,340 

11,751 

59,340 

Lbs. 

Lbs. 

1,155,967 

225,714 

United  States  . . 
Total  

Great  Britain. . . 
United  States  . . 

1,155,967 

225,714 

1,155,967 

225,714 

1,155,967 

225,714 

3,080 
7,177,104 
62,401 
149,395 

616 
653,741 
10,100 

19,525 

7,177,104 
214,876 

653,741 
30,241 

Total. 

7,391,980 

683,982 

7,391,980 

683,982 

33,228 
119 

United  States 
Germany.  .  .*.  . 

34,503 
119 

Belgium  

1,275 

TotaL  

34.6221  .... 

34,622 

Lbs. 

Lbs. 
13,611,837 

8,791,127 
576,772 
2,196,674 

808,257 

539,349 
34,706 
133,328 

Meats — 
Bacon  and  hams  

United  States  . . 
Total. 

25,176,410 

1,515,640 

25,176,410 

1,515,640 

25,176,410 

1,515,640 

24,137,600 

2,518.954 

Pork.  

United  States  . . 
Total  

24,137,600 

2,518,954 

24,137,600 

2,518,954  24,137,600 

2,518,954 

496,500 
4,182,145 

42,323 
305,324 

All  other  

United  States  . . 
Total 

4,678,645 

347,647 

4,678,645 

347,647 

4,678,645 

347,647 

15,999,963 

82,300 
56,121 
691,323 

1,429,706 

7,845 
5,351 
64,561 

Llnited  States  . . 
TotaL  

16,829,707 

1,507,463 

16,829,707 

1,507,463 

16,829,707 

1,507,463 

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No.  26. — Statement  of  the  Quantity  and  Value  of  Merchandise  received  from 
Foreign  Countries,  &c. — Continued. 


Articles. 


ANIMALS,  ETC. — Con. 


Tallow. 


Great  Britain. 
United  States 

Germany  

Belgium  


Other  articles. 


Total. . 


Great  Britain. . 
United  States  . 

Germany  

Belgium  

Newfoundland. 


Total  animals  and  their  produce 

AGRICULTURAL  PRODUCTS. 

Fruits  of  all  kinds  


Grain — 

Indian  corn . 


Wheat. 


Other 


Flour  of  wheat 


Flour  and  meal,  N.E.S 


Countries. 


Total. 


Great  Britain. . 
United  States  . 
Newfoundland. 


Total. 


Great  Britain. . 
United  States  . 
Newfoundland. 

Total  


Great  Britain. . 
United  States  . 

Total  


Great  Britain. . 
United  States  . 
Newfoundland. 


Total. 


Great  Britain. . 
United  States  . 

Germany   

Newfoundland. 

Total  .... 


Great  Britain. 
United  States 
Germany  .... 


Total . 


Received  from 


Quantity . 


Lbs. 


2,353,855 


2,353,855 


Bush. 


63,834 


63,834 


522,655 


522,655 


28,808 


28,808 


Brls. 


256,283 


256,283 


3,668 


3,668 


Value. 


64,412 


64,412 


3,508 
41,944 
3,800 
300 


49,552 
7,381,981 


3,356 
18,049 


21,405 


Shipped  to 


Quantity .  Value 


Lbs. 

1,051,295 

488^000 
814,560 


2,353,855 


27,656 


27,656 


313,593 


313,593 


17,184 


17,184 


1,062,227 


1,062,227 


11,173 


11,173 


Bush. 
57,500 


6,334 


29,905 


14,180 
20,327 


64,412 


31,916 
7,608 
840 
7,023 
2,165 


49,552 


7,381,981 


4,241 

3,356 
13,808 


21,405 


24,500 


3,156 


63,834 


27,656 


522,655  313,593 


522,655  313,593 


28,708 

"ioo 


28,808 


Brls. 
224,695 


175 
31,413 


256,283 


655 
3*6i3 
3.668 


17,147 


37 


17,184 


927,540 


700 

133,987 


1,062,227 


2,401 


8,772 
11,173 


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SESSIONAL  PAPER  No.  11 


No.  26. — Statement  of  the  Quantity  and  Value  of  Merchandise  received  from 
Foreign  Countries,  &c. — Continued. 


Articles. 


Total  agricultural  products . 

MANUFACTURES. 


Cottons. 


Drugs,  chemicals,  &c. 


Earthenware  and  china 


Iron  and  steel. 


Leather 


Oil  cake . 


Countries. 


AGPICULTUBAL  PRODUCTS — Coil. 

Other  articles  


Great  Britain. . 
United  States  . 

France  

Germany  

Newfoundland. 

Total  


Great  Britain. . 
United  States  . 

Germany  

Newfoundland. 

Total  


Great  Britain. . 
United  States  . 

Germany  

Belgium  

Newfoundland. 


Total. 


Great  Britain.  , 
United  States  . . 

France  

Germany  


Total. 


Great  Britain. . 
United  States  . 

France  

Germany  

Belgium  

Newfoundland. 

TotaL  .... 


Great  Britain. 
United  States 
Belgium  


Total. . 


Great  Britain. 
United  States 

France  

Germany  

Belgium  


Total. . . . 


Received  from. 


Quantity.  Value. 


19,623 


Shipped  to. 


Quantity.  Value. 


19,623 


1,472,861 


2,305 
735 
25 


3,065 


Cwt. 


128,716 


18,203 
3,039 
768 


22,010 


33,102 


1,760 
1,435 


36,297 


41,581 
199,412 
459 
1,075 
2,245 


244,772 


40 
3,207 


3,247 


Cwt. 


124,863 


3,627 


128,716  124,863 


8 

12,684 


490 
3,000 
3,449 


19,623 


1,472,861 


250 
2,330 
100 
385 


3,065 


18,971 


1.120 
1,919 


22,010 


36,297 


36,297 


78,036 
45,360 

13^595 
93,021 
14,760 


LM4.772 


3,180 
40 
27 


3,247 


3,360 


124,462  120,663 
400  493 
227  347 


12S.716  124.8*33 


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1-2  EDWAhO  VII.,  A.  1902 


No.  26. — Statement  of  the  Quantity  and  Value  of  Merchandise  received  from 
Foreign  Countries,  &c. — Continued. 


Articles. 


mafufactures—  Continued. 
Oils  of  all  kinds  


Paper 


Spirits  and  wines 


Sugar 


Glucose. 


Tobacco . 


Wood 


Countries. 


Great  Britain. . 
United  States  . 

Germany   

Belgium  

Newfoundland. 


Total. 


Great  Britain. . 
United  States  . 

Belgium  

Newfoundland. 

Total.  


Great  Britain. . 
United  States  . 

France  

Newfoundland. 


Total. 


Great  Britain. . . 
United  States  . . 
Belgium  


Total. 


Great  Britain. 
United  States 
Germany  .  . . 
Belgium..  ... 


Total. 


Great  Britain. . 
United  States  . 

Belgium  

Newfoundland. 


Total. 


Great  Britain. . 
United  States . 

France  

Germany  

Belgium  

Newfoundland. 


Total. 


Received  from. 


Quantity.  Value 


Galls. 


920,375 


920,375 


Galls. 
13,602 
26 
25,696 


39,324 


Los. 


2,998,783 


2,998,783 


1,650,689 


1,650,689 


102,675 


102,675 


337,939 


337,939 


7,594 
41,539 
375 


49,508 


35,006 
210 
171,391 


206,607 


89,238 


89,238 


41,182 


41,182 


29,804 


29,804 


1,043 
169,799 

1,169 
500 
512 


173,023 


Shipped  to. 


Quantity.  Value 


Galls. 
290,514 


18,055 
608,848 
2,958 

920,375 


Galls. 
'  39^258 
66 


39,324 


Lbs. 
2,932,783 

w,bo6 


2,998,783 


1,218,600 


82,990 
349,099 


1,650,689 


3,680 


66,014 
32,981 


102,675 


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No.  26. — Statement  of  the  Quantity  and  Value  of  Merchandise  received  from 
Foreign  Countries,  &c, — Continued. 


Articles. 

Countries. 

Received  from. 

Shipped  to. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Quantity.  [  Value. 

manufactures — Continued. 
Wool   

Grcst  Britain 

| 

9,185 
3,435 

1 

2,340 
9,185 
1,095 

"\  pwrVmnHlanH 
new  luuiiuxauUi  . 

Total  

12,620 

12,620 

Great  Britain. 

12,000 
181,071 
70 
2,153 
350 
150 
74,827 

174,256 
89,550 

25 

Total  manufactures  

Italy  

180 

6 

6,604 

Total.  

270,621 

270,621 

1,644,796 

1,644,796 

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i 


1-2  EDWARD  VII.,  A.  1902 

No.  26. — Summary  Statement  of  the  Value  of  Merchandise  received  from 
the  Port  of  Montreal  for  the  United  States  and  other  Countries  during 

in  Transit  through  Montreal  for  Transhipment 

SUM 




Countries  received  from. 

Great 
Britain. 

United 
States. 

France. 

Ger- 
many. 

Belgium 

Italy. 

Japan. 

Total. 

$ 

8,256 
4,725 

10,324 
3,356 
160,059 

$ 

3,003 

$ 

$  " 

$ 

$ 

$ 

11,259 
5,725 
190,747 

7,381,981 
1,472,861 
1,644,796 

ii          Fisheries. . . . 

,i  Forest  

Animals  and  their  Pro- 

1,000 

190J47 



7,337,813 
1,469,505 
1,225,473 

10,100 

3,919 

19,825 

Agricultural  Products.. . . 

Grand  Total.... 

174,849 

5,956 

77,959 

350 

150 

186,720 

10,226,541 

184,949 

10,875 

97,784 

350 

150 

10,707,369 

Total  Value  of  Goods  in  transit  through  Montreal  for  transhipment  to  Foreign  Countries  : 


Fiscal  Year  ending  June  30,  1886  $  5,745,606 

1887   7,645,393 

1888    8,058,888 

1889    10,314,396 

1890    12,714,705 

1891   13,202,292 

1892    9,423,862 

1893   9,313,904 

1894    8,186,145 

1895    8,027,366 

1896   14,191,628 

1897   11,077,825 

1898   9,378,657 

1899    10,485,519 

1900   13,160,009 

1901   10,707,369 


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SESSIONAL  PAPER  No.  11 

Foreign  Countries  for  immediate  Transit  through  Canada  and  transhipped  at 
the  Fiscal  Year  ended  June  80,  1901 ;  also  Statement  of  Value  of  Goods 
to  Foreign  Countries,  from  1886  to  1901. 

MARY. 


Countries  shipped  to. 


Great 
Britain. 

United 
States. 

France. 

Germany. 

Belgium. 

New- 
foundland. 

Japan. 

Total. 

$ 

S 

S 

t 

t 

t 

S 

1,791 
4,725 
169,795 

6,201,539 
1,302,106 
659,270 

8,256 
1,000 

122 

540 

550 

11,259 
5,725 
190,747 

7,381,981 
1,472,861 
1,644,796 

760 

12,665 

562,214 
12,472 
27,347 

3,226 
167,304 

4,301 

406,756 
154,437 
39,092 

44,168 

3,356 
418,953 

490 

120,663 

379,285 

186 

8,339,226 

475,733 

122,035 

615,238 

550,365 

604,586 

186 

10,707,369 

No.  27 — Statement  showing  the  Value  of  Goods  Imported  and  Exported 
Seaward  into  and  from  Canada,  via  the  St.  Lawrence  River ;  also  the 
Value  of  Goods  Transhipped  at  Montreal  for  Foreign  Countries,  both  In- 
wards and  Outwards  during  the  Fiscal  Year,  ended  June  30,  1901. 

Total  Imports  from  Sea  via  St.  Lawrence   $  35,113,535 

•i     Exports  for         ,.  ..    65,679,437 

ii     Merchandise  received  at  Montreal  for  transhipment  for  foreign 

countries   10,707, 369 

M  I  M  

Total  trade  via  St.  Lawrence  $111,500,341 


I 


1-2  EDWARD  VII. 


SESSIONAL  PAPER  No.  11 


A.  1902 


PAET  II. 

GENERAL  STATEMENTS 

OF 

IMPORTS,  EXPORTS 

AND 

SHIPPING 

OF  THE 

DOMINION  OF  CANADA 

FOR  THE 

FISCAL  YEAE  ENDED  JUNE  30,  1901 


1 1 — ii — i 


CUSTOMS  DEPARTMENT 


n 


1-2  EDWARD  VII.,  A.  1902 

No.  1. — General  Statement  (by  Countries)  of  the  Total  Quantities  and 

the  same  entered  for  Consumption  and  the  Duties 

during  the  Fiscal  Year 

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


DUTIABLE  GOODS. 

Ale,  beer  and  porter  in  bottles . 


Articles  Imported. 


casks . 


Ginger  ale. 


Animals,  living,  viz.  :  — 
Hogs  


Horned  cattle. 


Horses  . 


Sheep 


All  other,  N.E.S. 


Great  Britain .... 
Austria-  Hungary 

France  

Germany  

United  States  . . . 


Great  Britain . 
United  States. 

Total  . 


Countries. 


Total. 


Great  Britain . 

Australia  

United  States. 


Total. 


Great  Britain . 
United  States. 

Total .... 


Great  Britain . 

France  

Germany  

United  States. 


Total . 


Great  Britain. . 
Newfoundland . 
United  States. . 


Total. 


Great  Britain . 
United  States. 


Total. 


(ireat  Britain. 
United  States. 

Total.... 


Total  Imports. 


Quantity. 


Galls. 

138,399 
72 
0 
563 
117,484 

256,524 


11,105 
120,988 


132.093 


Lbs. 

200 
144,478 


144,678 


No. 


66 
14 
12 
8,323 


8,415 


12 
1 

8,850 


8,863 


288 
83,272 


83,560 


Value. 


110,229 
38 
12 
498 
69,923 


180,700 


4,158 
23,140 


27,298 


6,478 
91 
1,063 

7,632 


20 
8,071 


8,091 


17,190 
2,100 
1,113 
182,227 


202,630 


1,080 
7 

274,905 


275,992 


9,339 
162,104 


171,443 


202 
32,933 

33,135 


Quantity. 


Galls. 

119,562 
72 
124 
623 

103,640 


224,021 


10,851 
117,564 


128,415 


Lbs. 
144,478 


144,478 


No. 


,323 
,323 


11 
1 

,707 


ri9 


83,220 


83,220 


ii  TRADE  A2iD  XA  VIGATION  3 

SESSIONAL  PAPER  No.  11 

Values  of  Merchandise  imported  ;  also  of  the  Quantities  and  Values  of 
Collected  thereon  in  the  Dominion  of  Canada, 
ended  June  30,  1901. 


French  West;  D.W.,  Danish  West;  N.E.S.,  not  clscichere  specified.) 


Entered  eor  Home  Consumption'. 

General  Tariff. 

Preferential  Tariff. 

Total. 

Value. 

Duty. 

t.  Quantity. 

Duty. 

Oi  Ian  lllii 

Value. 

Duty 
Collected. 

S 

94,197 
38 
107 
557 

62,926 

$  cts. 

28,694  88 
17  28 
29  76 
149  52 

24,873  80 

Galls. 



8 

S  cts. 

Galls. 

119,562 
72 
124 
623 

103,640 

94,197 
38 
107 
557 

62,926 

S  cts. 

28,694  88 
17  28 
29  76 
149  52 

24,873  80 





157,825 

53.765  24 

224,021 

157,825 

53,765  24 

3,732- 
22,169 

1,736  16 
18,810  20 



10,851 
117,564 

3,732 
22,169 

1,736  16 
18,810  20 

25,901 

20,546  36 

128,415 

25,901 

20,546  36 

556 

111  20 

5,283 
41 

704  50 

5  47 

5,839 
41 

815  70 
5  47 

984 

196  80 

9F4             196  80 

1,540 

308  00 

5,324 

709  97 

6,864 

1,017  97 

Lbs. 

Lbs. 

8,071 

2^167  21 

144,478 

8,071 

2,167  21 

8,071 

2,167  21 

144,478 


8,071 

2,167  21 

No. 

No. 

182,227 

36,445  40 

8,323 

182,227 

36,445  40 

182,227 

36,445  40 

8,323 

182,227 

36,445  40 

955 
263,216 

191  00 
1  40 
52,643  20 

11 
1 

8,707 

955 
7 

263,216 

191  00 
1  40 
52,643  20 

264,178 



52,835  60 



8,719 

264,178 

52,835  60 

159,504 

31,900  80 

83,220 

159,504 

31,900  80 

159,504 

31,900  80 

83,220 

159,504 

31,900  SO 

177 
11,234 

35  40 
2,246  80 

177 
11,234 

35  40 
2,246  80 

1   

11,411 

2,282  20 

11,411 

2,282  20 

7 


IT— u— If 


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CUSTOMS  DEPARTMENT  \\ 

1-2  EDWARD  VII.,  A.  1902 

No.  1. — General  Statement 


Articles  Imported. 


Countries. 


DUTIABLE  GOODS — Con. 

Antiseptic  surgical  dressings,  such  as  ab 
sorbent  cotton,  cotton  wool,  lint,  lamb's 
wool,  tow,  jute,  gauzes  and  oakum, 
prepared  for  use  as  surgical  dressings, 
plain  or  medicated  


Bagatelle  tables  and  boards . 


Great  Britain. 

France   

Germany  

United  States. 

Total.... 


Great  Britain . 
United  States. 


3  Baking  powders. 


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


Baskets  of  all  kinds,  N.E.S  


Total. 


Great  Britain . 
Hong  Kong. . . . 
United  States. 

Total  


Great  Britain. 

France   

Germany  

United  States. 


Total . 


Great  Britain . .  . 
Austri  a-  Hungary 

Belgium  

China  

France  

Germany  

Japan   

Spain  

United  States. . . , 


Belting  of   all  kinds,  except  rubber  or 
leather  


Belts,  surgical  and  trusses,  electric  belts, 
pessaries  and  suspensory  bandages  of 
all  kinds  


Total 


Great  Britain. 

Germany  

United  States. 

Total  .... 


Great  Britain. 

France  

Germany  

United  States. 

Total  


Total  Imports. 


Quantity. 


Value. 


No. 


Lbs. 

598 
94 

377,070 


377,762 


Quantity. 


7,692 
48 


31,786 


39,526 


67 


112 

2 

110,132 


110,246 


95 
21 
107 
2,424 


2,647 


4,023 
193 
4,080 
99 
820 
9,717 
1,913 
16 
8,985 


29,846 


34,001 
28 
19,041 


53,070 


896 
277 
252 
16,467 

17,892 


No. 


Lbs. 

108 
94 

346,732 


346,934 


ii 

SESSIONAL  PAPER  No.  11 

of  Imports — Continued. 


TRADE  AXD  XA  VI G A  TIOX 


5 


Entered  for  Home  Coxsi  mption. 


General  Tariff. 

Preferential  Tariff. 

Total. 

Duty. 

Quantity. 

Duty. 

Quantity. 

Duty 
Collected. 

311 
48 
519 
31,660 

$  cts. 

62  20 
9  60 
103  80 
6,332  00 

S 

7,381 

8  cts. 

984  21 



7,692 
48 
519 
31,660 

$  cts. 

1,046  41 
9  60 
103  80 

6,332  00 



32,533 

6,507  60 

i  ,381 

984  21 

39,919 

7,491  81 



10 

57 

3  50 
19  95 



No. 

1 
4 

10 

57 

3  50 
19  95 

67 

23  45 



5 

67 

23  45 

28 

A 

101,416 

6  48 
5  64 
20,803  99 

Lbs. 
940 

157 

37  60 

Lbs. 
1,048 
94 

346,732 

185 
2 

101,416 

44  08 
5  64 
20,803  99 

101,446 

20,816  11  940 

157 

37  60 

347,874  101,603 

20,853  71 

43 
21 
107 
2,424 

15  05   

7  35   

52 

12  13 

95 
21 

27  18 

7  35 
37  45 

37  45 
848  40 

107 
2,424 







848  40 

2,595 

908  25 

52 



12  13 

2,647 

920  38 

193 
4,079 
99 

820 
9.717 

294  00 
57  90 
1,223  70 
29  70 
246  00 
2.915  10 

1,868 

373  60 

2,848 
193 
4,079 
99 
820 
9,717 
1,453 
16 
8,993 

667  60 
57  90 
1.223  70 
29  70 
246  00 
2,915  10 
435  90 
4  80 
2  697  90 

1,453          435  90 
16             4  80 
8.993        2.697  90 

26,350 

7,905  00 

1.868 

373  60 

28,218 

8,278  60 

1,834 
28 
19.221 

366  80 
5  60 
3.8  44  20 

27,033 

'    3,604  42 

28,867 
28 
19,221 

3,971  22 
5  60 
3,844  20 

21,083        4.216  60 

27,033 

."•,604  42 

48.116 

7,821  02 

27 
277 
252 

5  40 
55  40 
50  40 

9  33 

124  43 

960 
277 
252 
16,520 

129  83 
55  40 
50  40 
3,304  00 

16,520        3,304  00 

17,076 

3,415  20 

|  

  1  933 

124  43 

18,009 

3,539  63 


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CUSTOMS  DEPARTMENT  u 

1-2  EDWARD  VII.,  A.  1902 

No.  1. — General  Statement 


Articles  Imported. 


Countries. 


Total  Imports. 


Quantity. 


Value. 


Quantity. 


DUTIABLE  GOODS—  Con. 

Belts  of  all  kinds,  N.O.P  


Bells  and  gongs,  N.E.S. 


Great  Britain . 

China  

France  

Germany  

United  States. 

Total... 


Great  Britain . 
Newfoundland 

China  

France.  

Germany  

Japan   

United  States.. 

Total  .. 


Billiard  tables,  without  pockets . 


Great  Britain . 

France  

United  States. 

Total .... 


M  with  pockets  

Blacking,  shoe,  and  shoemaker's  ink 


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


Blueing,  laundry  blueing,  all  kinds. 


Boats,  open  pleasure  sail  boats,  skiffs 
and  canoes    


United  States. 


Great  Britain. 

Belgium  

France..  

United  States. . 

Total .... 


Great  Britain. 

France  

United  States. 


Great  Britain. 

France  

Germany  

United  States. 

Total .... 


Great  Britain. . 
Newfoundland . 
United  States. . 


Total. 


No. 


4 
1 

109 


114 


Lbs. 
195,633 


200 
11,887 


207,720 


No. 


2 
2 
107 


111 


13,314 
10 

1,250 
5,012 
23,934 


43,520 


4,238 
4 
3 
101 
315 
88 
16,410 


21,159 


135 
4,385 


5,408 


173 


2,315 
257 
654 
17,976 


21,202 


37 
219 


256 


17,562 


158 
2,407 


20,127 


102 
95 
8,282 

8,479 


ii  TRADE  AND  XA  VIGATION 

SESSIONAL  PAPER  No.  11 

of  Imports — Continued. 


7 


Entered  for  Home  Consumption. 


General  Tariff. 

Preferential  Tariff. 

Total. 

i 

Valne. 

Duty. 

Quantity . 

Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty 
Collected. 

1 

UM 

$  cts. 
1.234  10 

s 

9,880 

8  cts. 
2,305  34 

8 

13,406 
10 
1,277 
5,012 

23,961 

8   cts . 

3,539  44 
3  50 
446  95 
1,754  20 
8,386  35 

io        a  50 

1,277          446  95 
5,012       1,754  20 
23,961        8,386  35 

33,786 

11,825  10 

9,880 

2.305  34 

43,666 

14,130  44 

144 
4 

3 
101 
315 
88 
16,390 

43  20 
1  20 
90 
30  30 
94  50 
26  40 
4,917  00 

4,094 

818  80 

4,238 
4 
3 
101 
315 
88 
16,390 

862  00 
1  20 
90 
30  30 
94  50 
26  40 
4,917  00 

17,045 

5,113  50 

4,094 

818  80 

21,139 

5,932  30 

131 
135 
4,385 

45  85 
47  25 
1,534  75 

NNo. 

4 

1,565 

365  17 

No. 

5 
1 

109 

1,696 
135 
4,385 

411  02 
47  25 
1,534  75 

4,651 

1,627  85 

■ 

4 

1,565 

365  17 

115 

6,216           1,993  02 

173 

m  56 



2 

1731             60  55 

982 
311 
654 
17,981 

245  50 
77  75 
163  50 
4,495  25 

1,333 

-■■-ii 
222  18 

2,315 
311 
654 
17,981 

467  68 
77  75 
163  50 
4.495  25 

19,928 

4,9S2  00 

1,333 

222  IS 

21,261 

5,204  18 

5 

1  00 

5 
37 
219 

1  00 
11  10 

65  70 

37 
219 

11  10 
65  70 

256 

76  80 

5 

1  00 

261 

77  80 

• 

163 

9 
158 
2,407 

40  75 
2  25 
39  50 
601  75 

Lt». 
196,421 

18,259 

3.0*3  24 

Lbs. 

197,945 
200 
200, 
1 1,887 j 

18,422 
9 

158 
2,407 

3,083  99 
2  25 
39  50 
601  75 

2,727 

684  25 

196,421 

18,259 

3,043  24 

210,232 

20,996 

3,727  49 

102 
95 
8,292 

25  50 
23  75 
2,073  00 

Xo. 

1 

108! 

102 

95 
8,292 

25  50 
23  75 
2,073  00 

 ; 

8,489 

2,122  25 



112^ 

8,489 

2,122  25 

8 


CUSTOMS  DEPARTMENT  ii 

1-2  EDWARD  VII.,  A.  1902 

No.  1. — General  Statement 


Total  Imports. 


Articles  Imported. 


DUTIABLE  GOODS — Con. 

Eoltsters  and  pillows  


Countries. 


Bone,  manufactures  of,  N.E.S. . 


lets 


3 — pi 
,  N. 


E.S. 


Great  Britain . 
United  States. 


Total. 


Great  Britain .... 
B.  West  Indies  . . 
Newfoundland  . . 
Austria- Hungary . 

China  

France   

Germany  

Japan  

United  States.  . . 


Total. 


Novels  or  works  of  fiction,  or  litera- 
ture of  a  similar  character,  un- 
bound or  paper  bound,  or  in  sheets, 
including  freight  rates  for  railways 
and  telegraph  rates,  bound  in  book  or 
pamphlet  form,  not  including  Christ- 
mas annuals  or  publications  commonly 
known  as  juvenile  and  toy  books  


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  steel  or  copper  or*  other  plates, 
and  other  printed  matter,  N.E.S  


Posters,  advertising  bills  and  folders.. . 


Great  Britain .  . . 
Newfoundland  . . 
Austria-Hungary . 

Belgium  

China  

France   

Germany   

J  apan  

United  States  . . 


Total. 


Great  Britain. 

China  , 

France   

Germany  

Japan  

United  States 


Total 


Great  Britain . 

China  

France  

Germany  

Switzerland . . . 
United  States. 

Total .... 


Great  Britain . 

France  

Japan  

United  States. 

Total.... 


Quantity. 

Value. 

Quantity. 

Lbs. 

908 
1,312 

5 

91,507 
93,732 


347 

2,012 

2,359 


3,290 
10 
10 


51 
2,633 
1,547 

11 
6,570 


14,122 


156,616 
225 
8 

1,218 
17 
36,173 

6,921 
39 

526,881 


728,098 


21,861 
6 

2,416 
285 
26 
65,495 


90,089 


8,587 
81 
25 
790 


55,531 


65,014 


264 
208 
10 
22,49C 

22,972 


Lbs. 

512 
1,312 
5 

91,752 
93,581 


ii  TRADE  AND  NA  VIOA  TION 

SESSIONAL  PAPER  No.  11 

of  Imports — Continued. 


9 


Entered  for  Home  Consumption. 


General  Tariff. 

Preferential  Tariff. 

Total. 

Value, 

Duty. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty 
Collected. 

s 

181 
2,012 

8  cts. 

54  30 
603  60 

S 

166 

S  cts. 
33  20 

347 
2,012 

$  cts. 

87  50 
603  60 

1  

2.193 

657  90 

166 

33  20 

2,359 

691  10 

2,592 
10 
10 
26 
51 

2,667 

1,547 
11 

6,491 

518  40 
2  00 
2  00 
5  20 
10  20 
533  40 
309  40 
2  20 
1,298  20 

705 

94  06 

3,297 
10 
10 
26 
51 

2,667 

1,547 
11 

6,491 

612  46 
2  00 
2  00 
5  20 

10  20 
533  40 
309  40 
2  20 
1,298  20 

13,405 

2,681  00 

705 

94  06 

14,110 

2,775  06 

16,253 

225 
8 

1,218 
17 
36,051 

6,964 
49 

526.511 

1,625  30 
22  50 
80 
121  80 
1  70 
3,605  10 
696  40 
4  90 
52.651  18 

142,045 

9,470  57 

158,298 
8 

1,218 
17 
36,051 
6,964 
49 

526,511 

11,095  87 
22  50 
80 
121  80 
1  70 
3,605  10 
696  40 
4  90 
52,651  18 

587,296 

58,729  68 

142,045 

9,470  57 

729,341 

68,200  25 

3,767 
6 

2,416 
285 
26 
65,112 

753  40 
1  20 
483  20 
57  00 
5  20 
13,022  40 

18,080 

2,410  90 

21,847 
6 

2,416 
285 
26 
65,112 

3,164  30 
1  20 
483  20 
57  00 
5  20 
13,022  40 

71,612 

14,322  40|  

18,080 

2,410  90 

89,692 

16,733  30 

344 
81 
35 

790 
11 
55,318 

120  40 
28  35 
12  25 
276  50 
3  85 
19,361  13 

8,115 

1,893  77 

8,459 
81 
35 
790 
11 

55,318 

2,014  17 
28  35 
12  25 
276  50 
3  85 
19,361  13 

56,579 

19,802  48 

8,115 

1,893  77 

64,694 

21,696  25 

154 
208 
10 
22,509 

76  80 
196  80 
75 

13,763  09 

Lbs. 
490 

122 

49  00 

Lbs. 
1,002 
1,312 

5 

91  7S9 

276 
208 
10 
99  ?mQ 

125  80 
196  80 
75 

13,763  09 

22,881 

14,037  44 

490 

122            49  00 

94,071  23,003 

14,086  44 

10 


CUSTOMS  DEPARTMENT  H 

1-2  EDWARD  VII.,  A.  1902 

No.  1 — General  Statement 


Articles  Imported. 


Cocntries. 


Total  Imports. 


Quantity. 


Value. 


DUTIABLE  GOODS— Con. 

Books,  &c. — Con. 
Labels  for  cigar  boxes,  fruits,  vegetables, 
meat,  fish,  confectionery  and  other 
goods :  also  shipping,  price  or  other 
tags,  tickets  or  labels ;  and  railroad  or 
other  tickets  whether  lithographed  or 
printed  or  partly  printed,  N.E.S  


Great  Britain . 

China  

France  .  .  

Germany  

Japan  

United  States. 

Total.... 


Maps  and  charts,  N.E.S. 


Advertising  pamphlets,  pictorial  show 
cards,  illustrated  advertising  periodi- 
cals, illustrated  price  books,  catalogues 
and  price  lists  ;  advertising  calendars 
and  almanacs ;  patent  medicine  or 
other  advertising  circulars,  fly  sheets  or 
pamphlets  


Great  Britain. 

France   

Germany . 
United  States 

Total  .... 


Chromos,  chromotypes,  oleographs,  or  like 
work  produced  by  any  process  other 
than  hand  painting  or  drawing,  and 
having  any  advertisement  or  advertis- 
ing matter  printed,  lithographed,  or 
stamped  thereon,  or  attached  thereto, 
or  other  similar  artistic  work,  litho- 
graphed, printed  or  stamped  on  paper 
or  cardboard  for  business  or  advertise- 
ment purposes,  N.O.P  


Great  Britain . 
Germany . .  . 
United  States. 


Total , 


Printed  music  bound  or  in  sheets. 


Great  Britain . 

Belgium  

China  

France   

Germany  

United  States. 

Total  


Great  Britain 

Belgium  

China  

France  , 

Germany  

Holland  

Japan  

Mexico  

Portugal  

Spain  

Switzerland  . 
United  States 

Total  


Lbs. 
41,366 
121 
10 
2,223 
4,028 
129 
68 
7 
18 
24 
5 

235,923 


283,922 


400 
2,556 
1,908 


4,864 


11,637 
14 
273 

15,979 
40 

37,446 


65,389 


6,937 
241 
2 

9,041 


16,221 


10,476 
36 
1 

617 
1,931 
33 
121 

5 
5 
5 
28 
53,597 


66,855 


145 
400 
781 


1,326 


10,918 
42 
2 

93 
1,156 
21,055 

33,266 


ii  TRADE  AND  NA  VIGA  TIOX 

SESSIONAL  PAPER  No.  11 

of  Imports — Continued. 


11 


Entered  for  Home  Consumption. 


General  Tariff. 

Preferential  Tariff. 

Total. 

Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty 
Collected. 

S 

630 
14 
219 
16,255 
40 
37,163 

$  cts. 

220  50 
4  90 
76  65 
5,689  25 

8 

10,907 

8  ets. 
2,545  04 

S 

11,537 
14 
219 

16,255 
40 

37,163 

$  cts. 

2,765  54 
4  90 
76  65 
5,689  25 
14  00 
13,007  05 



14  00 
13,007  05 

54,321 

19,012  35 

10,907 

2,545  04 

65,228 

21,557  39 

431 
241 

2 

9,041 

86  20 
48  20 
40 

1,808  30 

6,367 

849  00 

6,798 
241 
2 

9,041 

935  20 
48  20 
0  40 
1,808  30 

9,715 

1,943  10 

6,367 

849  00 

16,082 

2,792  10 

3,599 
36 
1 

621 
1,340 
33 
121 

5 
5 
5 
42 
53  553 

2,354  55 
18  15 
1  50 
344  40 
544  40 
23  10 
10  20 

1  05 

2  70 

3  60 
1  50 

35,277  47 

Lbs. 
26,464 

7,008 

2,646  53 

Lbs. 
42,161 
121 
10 
2,296 
3,630 
154 
68 
7 
18 
24 
10 

235,182 
283,681 

10,607 
36 
1 

621 
1,340 
33 
121 

5 
5 
5 
42 
53,553 

5,001  08 
18  15 
1  50 
344  40 
544  40 
23  10 
10  20 

1  05 

2  70 

3  60 
1  50 

35,277  47 

59  361 

38,582  62 

26,464 

2,646  53 

66,369 

41,229  15 

3 
983 
781 

1  80 
455  70 

286  20 

388 

142 

38  80 



400 
3,038 
1,908 

145 
983 
781 

40  60 
455  70 
286  20 

1,767 

743  70 

388 

142 

38  80  5,346 

1,909 

782  50 

2,233 
42 
2 
93 
1,156 
20,839 

223  30 
4  20 
20 
9  30 
115  60 
2,083  91 

8,685 

579  14 

10,918 
42 
2 

93 
1.15H 

802  44 
4  20 
20 
9  30 

115  fWl 

20,839          2,083  91 

24,365 

2,436  51   

8,685 

579  14 

33,050:          3,015  65 

12 


CUSTOMS  DEPARTMENT  u 

1-2  EDWARD  VII.,  A.  1902 

No.  1. — General  Statement 


Total  Imports. 


Articles  Imported. 


Countries. 


Quantity. 


Value. 


DUTIABLE  GOODS— Con. 

Books,  &c. — Con. 
Photographs,  chromos,  chromotypes 
artotypes,  oleographs,  paintings,  draw- 
ings, pictures,  engravings  or  prints,  or 
proofs  therefrom,  and  similar  works  of 
art,  N.O.P.  ;  blue  prints  and  building 
plans  


Great  Britain .... 
Austria-Hungary 

Belgium  

China  

France   

Germany . . .   

Holland  

Italy  

Japan   . 

Switzerland  

United  States. .  . 


Boot,  shoe  and  stay  laces  of  any  material. 


Boots  and  shoes  and  slippers  of  all  kinds 
except  rubber  and  leather  


Total 


Great  Britain . 

France.. ,  

Germany .  

United  States. 


Total 


Great  Britain ... 
Austria-Hungary 

China  

France   

Germany  

Japan  

Switzerland  

United  States, . . . 


Braces  and  suspenders  and  metal  parts  of. 


Brass  and  manufactures  of — 
Nails,    tacks,    rivets    and    burrs  or 
washers  ....  .   


Total 


Great  Britain. 

France   

Germany .... 
United  States. 


Total. 


Great  Britain . 

France  

Germany . .  . 
United  States. 


Total. 


Pumps 


No. 


Great  Britain . 
United  States. 

Total .... 


3 

1,656 
1,651) 


51,393 
173 
667 
11 
5,287 
25,939 
54 
30 
100 
776 
161,952 

246,382 


61,265 
131 
13,488 
10,558 

85,442 


6,512 
37 
5,212 
2,268 
18,045 
4 
135 
41,931 

74.144 


32,434 
1,947 
41 
36,213 

70,635 


163 

98 
1,058 
5,625 

6,944 


63 
7.105 

7,168 


h  TRADE  AXD  XA  VIGA  TIOX 

SESSIONAL  PAPER  No.  11 

of  Imports — Continued. 


Entered  for  Home  Consumption. 


General  Tariff. 

Preferential  Tariff. 

Total. 

Value. 

Duty. 

C^uantitv 

Vwttfli 

Duty. 

Quantity. 

Value, 

Duty 
Collected. 

1 

11,263 
170 
667 
11 
5,146 
25,894 
50 
30 
100 
776 
148,743 

8  cts. 

2,252  60 
34  00 
133  40 
2  20 
1,029  20 
5,178  80 
10  00 
6  00 
20  00 
155  20 
29,748  60 

• 

38,852 

$  cts. 
5,180  68 

S 

50,115 
170 
667 
11 
5,146 
25,894 
50 
30 
100 
776 
148,743 

8  cts. 

7,433  28 
34  00 
133  40 
2  20 
1,029  20 
5,178  80 
10  00 
6  00 
■2n  M 
155  20 
29,748  60 



192,850 

38,570  00 

38,852 

5,180  68 

231,702 

43,750  68 

5,436       1,630  80 
131           39  30 
11,804        3,541  20 
10,5531       3,165  90 

56,160 

11,232  00 

61,596 
131 
11,804 
10,553 

12,862  80 
39  30 
3.541  20 
3,165  90 



27,924        8,377  20 

..    56,160 

11,232  00 

 |  84,084 

19,609  20 

588         132  00 
37            9  25 
5212        1.303  00 

5,782 

963  77 

6.310 
37 
5,212 
2,268 
18,079 
4 
135 
42.003 

1,095  77 
9  25 
1,303  00 
567  00 
4,519  75 
1  00 
33  75 
10,500  95 



2,268 
18,079 
4 
135 
42.003 

567  00 
4,519  75 
1  00 
33  75 
10.500  95 







I 

68,266]     17,066  70 

5,782 

963  77 

74,048 

18,030  47 

1,274 
1,947 
41 
36,218 

445  90 
681  45 
14  35 
12,676  30 

31,452 

7,339  28 

32,726 
1,947 
41 
36,218 

7,785  18 
681  45 
14  35 
12,676  30 



39,480 

13,818  00 

31,452 

7,339  28 

70,932 

21,157  28 



42 

98 
1,058 
5,625 

12  60 
29  40 
317  40 
1,687  50 

121 

24  20 

163 

1,058 
5,625 

36  80 
29  40 
317  40 
1,687  50 

6,823 

2,046  90 

121 

24  20 

6,944 

2,071  10 

7,188 

2,156  40 

No. 

3 



63 

12  60 

No. 

3 

1,683 

63 
7,188 

12  60 
2,156  40 

7,188 

2,156  40 

3 

63 

12  60 

1.686  7,251 

2,169  00 

14 


CUSTOMS  DEPARTMENT  Li 

1-2  EDWARD  VII.,  A.  1902 

No.  1. — General  Statement 


Total  Imports. 


Articles  Imported. 


Countries. 


Quantity. 


Value. 


DUTIABLE  GOODS— Con. 

Brass  and  manufactures  of  --Con. 
Wire,  plain  


Wire  cloth,  &c,  N.E.S  


Manufactures  of,  N.O.P. 


Breadstuff s,  &c,  viz. — 
Arrowroot  


Biscuits  of  all  kinds,  not  sweetened . 


Biscuits  of  all  kinds,  sweetened. 


Great  Britain. 
United  States. 


Total. 


Great  Britain . 

France  

United  States. 


Total. 


Great  Britain .... 

B.  E.  Indies  

Newfoundland . . . 
Austria-Hungary 

China  

Cuba  

Egypt  

France  

Germany  

Italy  

Japan   

Spain  

Switzerland  

Turkey  

United  States. . . . 


Total 


Great  Britain . 

Australia  

B.  W.  Indies  . 
United  States. 

Total .... 


Great  Britain . . 
Newfoundland. 

China  

J apan   

United  States. . 


Total. 


Great  Britain . 

Belgium.  

China  

France  

Germany  

Japan  

United  States. 

Total  


Lbs. 


1,918 
127,217 


129,135 


Lbs. 


18,329 
2,130 
5,711 
3,260 


29,430 


27,821 
2,313 
1,343 
2,842 
220,267 


254,586 


64,297 
48 

13,811 
5,208 
85 
65 

69,572 

153,086 


376 
21,913 


22,289 


15,940 
4,307 
23,402 


43,649 


30,635 
13 
8 

1,101 

351 
133 
143 
11,881 
7,023 
54 
913 
122 
3 
194 
331,986 


384.560 


978 
103 
316 
197 


1,594 


1,799 
90 
43 
135 
11,641 


13.708 


8,609 
15 
454 
471 
14 
20 
6,549 

16,132 


ii  TRADE  AND  NA  VI G ATI ON 

SESSIONAL  PAPER  No.  11 

of  Imports — Continued. 


15 


Entered  fob  Home  Consumption. 


General  Tariff. 

Preferential  Tariff. 

Total. 

Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty 
Collected. 

2 

21,836 

S  cts. 

0  20 
2,183  60 

Lbs. 

1,910 



s 

374 

8  cts. 
24  96 

Lbs. 

1,918 
126,705 

376 
21,836 

$  cts. 

25  16 
2,183  60 

21,838 

2,183  80,  1,910 

374 

24  96 

128  623 

22,212 

2,208  76 

41 
4,307 
23,402 

10  25 

1,U|D  ID 

5,850  50 

15,899 

2,649  90 

15,940 
4,307 
23,402 

2,660  15 
1,076  75 
5,850  50 

27,750 

6,937  50 

15,899 

2,649  90 

43,649 

9,587  40 

3,733 
13 

8 

1,101 

351 

1,119  90 
3  90 
2  40 
ooU  oO 
105  30 

26,956 

5,391  20 

30,689 
13 
8 

1,101 
351 

6,511  10 
3  90 
2  40 
330  30 
105  30 

1 

liO 

11,846 
7,023 
54 
913 
122 
3 
194 
331,164 

42  90 
3,553  80 
2,106  90 
16  20 
273  90 

143 
11,846 
7,023 
54 
913 
122 
3 
194 
331,164 

42  90 
3,553  80 
2,106  90 
16  20 
273  90 
36  60 
0  90 
58  20 
99,349  20 

36  60 

58  20 
99,349  20 

356,668 

73 
69 
268 
202 

107,000  40 

26,956 

5,391  20 

383,624 

112,391  60 

14  60 
13  80 
53  60 
40  40 

Lbs. 

10,154 
216 
1,318 

675 
30 
56 

90  02 

1  All 
-4  VA/ 

-  a" 

Lbs. 

11,895 
1,786 
6,123 
3,335 

748 
99 
324 
202 

104  62 
17  80 
61  07 
40  40 

612 

122  40 

11,718 

761 

101  49 

23, 139 

1,373 

223  89 

61 
90 
43 
135 
11,261 

15  25 
22  50 
10  75 
33  75 
2,815  25 

27,173 

1,690 

281  71 

27,394 
2,313 
1,343 
2,842 
207,923 

1,751 
90 
43 
135 
11,261 

296  96 
22  50 
10  75 
33  75 
2,815  25 

11,590 

2,897  50 

27,173 

1,690 

281  71 

241,815 

13,280 

3,179  21 

149 

15 
450 
207 

14 

20 
6.553 

40  97 

4  12 
123  75 

56  92 
3  85 

5  50 

62,006 

8,183 

1,50ft  45 

62,917 
48 

13,651 
1,577 
85 
65 

69,732 

8,332 
15 
450 
207 
14 
20 
fi  Mil 

1,541  42 

4  12 

123  75 
56  92 
3  85 

5  50 
i  a/v>  *c 

L802  531  



7,408)      2.037  69  62,006; 

8,183 

1,500  45 

148,075 

15,591           3,538  14 

16 


CUSTOMS  DEPARTMENT  ii 

1-2  EDWARD  VII.,  A.  1902 

No.  1. — General  Statement 


Total  Imports. 


Articles  Imported. 


DUTIABLE  GOODS — Con. 


Breadstuffs,  &c. — Con. 
Macaroni  and  vermicelli. 


Rice,  cleaned. 


Rice  and  sago  flour  and  sago. 


Tapioca 


Grain  and  products  of,  viz. : — 
isarley  


Countries. 


Rice,  uncleaned,  unhulled,  or  paddy. . . 


Great  Britain . 
Hong  Kong. . 

China  

France  

Italy..   

J  apan  

St.  Pierre  

United  States 


Total 


Great  Britain .  . . 
B.  E.  Indies  ... 
Hong  Kong.  .. 

China   

Dutch  E.  Indies. 

Germany  

Italy..  *  

Japan   

Holland   

United  States . . . 


Total. 


Great  Britain. 
B.  E.  Indies. . 

China  

Japan   

United  States. 


Total . 


Great  Britain. 
B.  E.  Indies  . 

China  

France   

Japan   

United  States. 

Total .... 


Great  Britain. 
B.  E.  Indies.. 
B.  W.  Indies. . 

France  

St.  Pierre  

United  States. 

Total.... 


Great  Britain. 
United  States. 

Total 


Quantity. 


Lbs. 


20,310 
75 
10,566 
222,830 
105,770 
9,338 
22 

414,136 


783,047 


Value. 


577 
2 

229 
12,425 
4,725 
236 
2 

17,378 


35,574 


5,101,767 
81,008 
30,174 

5,427,700 
11,200 
5,600 


4,200,112 
11,200 
220,610 


15,089,371 


560,224 
10,853,216 
3,023,139 
506,262 
16,050 


14,958,891 


319,837 
86,672 
34,219 
100 
636 
52,042 


493,506 


904,677 
946,271 
22,829 
111 
12 
82,535 


1,956,435 


Bush. 

246 
66,276 

66,522 


109,999 
1,716 
887 
89,900 
345 
213 


105,753 
414 
7,793 


Quantity. 


Lbs. 


6,171 
75 
10,566 
280,774 
88,295 
9,338 
22 

401,804 


797,045 


237,745 


30,174 
5,351,121 


317,020 


13,122 
116,885 
37,775 
10,537 
228 

178,547 


4,907 
1,391 
587 
8 
29 
1,560 


8,482 


25,023 
24,892 
558 
17 
2 

3,158 


53,650 


451 

32,346 

32,797 


124 

4,053,468 
9,180 
125,676 


9,807,488 


336,000 
80,000 
3,014,539 
426,636 
16,050 

3,873,225 


193 
27,840 
34,219 
100 
636 
31,780 


94,768 


155,353 
100,527 


461 
12 

118,481 


374,834 


Bush. 

160 
5,551 

5,711 


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SESSIONAL  PAPER  No.  11 

of  Impokts — Continued. 


17 


Entered  for  Home  Consumption. 


General  Tariff. 

Preferential  Tariff. 

TotaJ. 

Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity. 

Value.   1  Duty. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty 
Collected. 

$ 

267 

9. 

$  cts. 

66  75 
ft  50 

Lbs. 
699 

S 

56 

8  cts. 
9  33 

Lbs. 

6,870 
75 
10,566 
2>0.774 
88,295 
9,338 
22 

401.804 

8 

323 
2 

229 
14,063 
4,619 

m 

2 

17,084 

8  cts. 

76  08 
0  50 
57  25 
3,515  75 
1,154  75 
59  00 
0  50 
4,271  00 

229           57  25 
14,063        3,515  75 
4,619        1,154  75 
236           59  00 
2             0  50 
17,084       4,271  00 





36,502        9,125  50 

699 

56 

9  33 

797,744 

36,558 

9,134  83 

6,290 

887 
87,224 

2,971  SI 

377  17 
66,889  01 

5,281,410 
85,488 

113,285 
1,790 

44,012  53 
712  40 

5,519,155 
85,488 
30,174 

5,351,121 

119,575 
1,790 
B87 
87,224 

46,984  34 
712  40 
377  17 

66,889  01 

6 

104,188 
433 
5,310 

1  55 
50,667  91 
114  75 
1,570  95 

124 
4,053,468 
9,180 
125,676 

6 

104,188 
433 
5,310 

1  55 
50,667  91 
114  75 
L570  95 



204.338 

122.593  15 

5,366,898 

115,075 

44,724  93 

15,174,386 

319,413!       167,318  08 

8,241 
1,566 
37,588 
8,981 
228 

1,680  00 
400  00 
15,072  69 
2,133  18 
80  25 

12,915^012 



145,344 

43,050  10 

336,000 
12,995,012 
3,014,539 
426,636 
16,050 

8,241 
146,910 
37,588 
8,981 
228 

1,680  00 
43,450  10 
15,072  69 

2,133  18 
80  25 

56,604 

19,366  12 

12,915,012 

145,344 

43,050  10 

16,788,237 

201,948 

62,416  22 

12 
491 
587 
8 
29 
1,021 

3  00 
122  75 
146  75 

2  00 

7  25 
255  25 

360,542 
381,271 

5,528 
5,358 

921  33 
893  09 

360,735 
409,111 
34,219 
100 
636 
31,780 

5,540 
5,849 
587 
8 
29 
1,021 

924  33 
1,015  84 
146  75 
2  00 

7  25 
255  25 

2,148!         537  00 

741,813 

10,886 

1,814  42 

836,581 

13,034 

2,351  42 

4,193 
3,582 

31 
2 

4,439 

1,048  25 
895  50 

7  75 
0  50 
1,109  75 

816,702 
845,865 
45,614 

21,588 
21,700 
1,203 

3,598  00 
3,616  76 
200  50 

972,055 
946,392 
45.614 
461 
12 

118,481 

25,781 
25,282 
1,203 
31 

2i 

4,439 

 : 

4.646  25 
4,512  26 
UO  BO 
7  75 
0  50 
1,109  75 

12,247 

3,061  75 

1,708,181 

44,491 

7,415  26 

2,083,015 

56,738 

10,477  01 

312 
2,837 

93  60 
851  10 

Bush. 

139 

27  80 

Bush. 

246 
5,551 

1 

451 
2,837 

121  40 

851  10 

3.149!         944  70 1  86 

 1 

139 

27  80 

5,797|  3,288 

972  50 

18 


CUSTOMS  DEPARTMENT 


1-2  EDWARD  VII.,  A.  1902 

No.  1. — General  Statement 


dutiable  ooors— Con. 

Breadstuffs,  &c. — Con. 
Grain  and  products  of — Con. 
Beans  


Articles  Imported. 


Buckwheat. 


Indian  corn  for  purposes  of  distillation 

Oats  


Pease,  N.E.S. 


Rye... 
Wheat. 


Bran,  mill  feed,  &c. 


Buckwheat  meal  or  flour. 


Indian  or  corn  meal . 
Oatmeal   . 


Countries. 


Great  Britain . 

China  

France   

Japan   

United  States . , 


Total. 


United  States . 


United  States. 


Great  Britain. 
Australasia.  . . 
United  States. 


Total . 


China  

France  

Turkey .  ..... 

United  States. 

Total  ... 


United  States. 


United  States. 
Turkev  


Total. 


Great  Britain . 
United  States. 

Total... 


France  

United  States. 


Total. 


United  States. 


Great  Britain. 
United  States. 


Total. 


Total  Imports. 


Quantity. 


Bush. 


134 
1,261 
14 
1,314 
7,920 


10,643 


39 


373,544 


73 
307 
2,522,712 


2,523,092 


38 
406 

2 

16,500 


16,946 


557,022 


8,416.579 
1 


8,416,580 


Lbs. 

132 
70,467 

70,599 


Brls. 
27,219 


Lbs. 

3,776 
3,756,777 

3,760,553 


Value. 


136 
658 
36 
982 
19,105 


20,917 


41 


163,554 


65 
133 
946,313 


946,511 


13 
203 
1 

15,943 


16,160 


310,160 


6,370,313 
1 


6,370,314 


141 

90,352 


90,493 


2,402 


2,410 


57,684 


132 
63,244 

63,376 


ii  TRA  DE  A  XD  NA  VIGA  TIOX 

SESSIONAL  PAPER  No.  11 

of  Imports — Continued. 


19 


Entered  for  Home  Consumption. 


General  Tariff. 

Preferential  Tariff. 

Total. 

Value.  Duty. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty 
Collected. 

8 

57 
658 
175 
982 
19,636 

S  cts. 

11  85 
189  15 
18  15 
197  10 
1,226  19 

Bush. 

55 

•8 

79 



8  cts. 
5  50 

Bush. 

134 
1,261 

121 
1,314 
8,173 

8 

136 
658 
175 
982 
19,636 

8  cts. 

17  35 
189  15 

18  15 
197  10 

1,226  19 

21,508 

1,642  44 

55 

79 

5  50 

11,003 

21,587 

1  647  94 

41 

3  90 

39 

41 

3  90 

162,677 

27,925  81 

372,344 

162,677 

27,925  81 

12 
133 
42,633 

80 
30  70 
8,445  70 

65 

53 

4  34 

73 
307 
84,457 

65 
133 
42,633 

5  14 
30  70 
8  445  70 

42,778 

8,477  20 

65 

53             4  34 

84,837 

42,831 

8,481  54 

13 
203 
1 

11,366 

3  80 
40  60 
20 

884  50 

38 
406 
2 

8,844 

13 
203 
1 

11,366 

3  80 

Aft  ftft 

20 
884  50 

11,583 

929  10 

9,290 

11,583 

1,018 

190  22 

1,902 

1,018 

190  22 

61,914 

12v573  74 
12 

104,781 
1 

61  914 
1 

12 

61,915 

12,573  86 

 1 

104,782 

61,915 

12,573  86 

141 
90,491 

28  20 
18,098  20 

141 
90,491 

28  2' 
18,098  20 

90,632 

18,126  40 

90,632 

18,126  40 

8 

2,402 

33 
176  20 

Lbs. 

Lbs. 

132 
70,467 

2,402 

33 
176  20 

2,410 

176  53 

70,599 

2,410 

176  53 

57,949 

6,829  51 

Brls. 

27,319 

Erls. 
57,949 

6,829  51 

63,269 

12,653  80 

Lbs. 
3,776 

132 

17  60 

Lbs. 

3,776 
3,757,357 

132 

63,269 

17  60 
12,653  80 

63,269 

12,653  80 

3,776!  132 

17  60 

3,761,133 

63,401 

12,671  40 

11 — ii — 2^ 


20  CUSTOMS  DEPARTMENT 

No. 


ii 

1-2  EDWARD  VII.,  A.  1902 

1. — General  Statement 


Articles  Imported. 


DUTIABLE  GOODS — Con. 

Bread  stuffs,  &c. — Con. 
Grain  and  products  of — Con. 
Rye  flour  


Wheat  flour. 


10 


Hominy,  cracked,  evaporated  or  dried 
corn,  


All  other  breadstuff s,  N.E.S. 


Grain,  flour  and  meal,  &c,  of  all  kinds 
when  damaged  by  water  in  transitu . . 

Brick  and  tiles — 

Fire  brick  and  stove  linings,  N.E.S. . 


Countries. 


United  States. 


Great  Britain. 

China  

United  States. 


Total .... 
United  States. 


Great  Britain ... 

B.  E.  Indies  

Hong  Kong  

Newfoundland . . 
Austria-Hungary. 

China  

France  

Germany  

Japan    

Turkey  

United  States. . . . 


Total.... 
United  States 


Great  Britain . 
United  States 


Bath  brick. 


Building  brick  - 


Paving  brick , 


Drain  tiles,  not  glazed 


Total. 


Great  Britain . 
United  States 


Total 


Great  Britain . 
United  States 


Total. 


Great  Britain. 
United  States 


Total . 


Great  Britain. 
United  States 


Total 


Total  Imports. 


Quantity. 


Brls. 


1,117 


150 
1 

49,252 


49,403 


ML 


67 
2,733 


2,800 


446 
454 


900 


Value. 


3,403 


503 
6 

155,500 


156,009 


3,231 


20,856 
45 
36 
2 
59 
407 
3 
35 
326 
85 

165,117 


186,971 


2,090 


4,190 
28,641 


32,831 


1,538 
206 

1,744 


826 
19,851 


20,677 


5,696 
4,718 

10,414 


304 
960 

1,264 


Quantity. 


Brls. 


1,117 


150 
1 

46,487 


46,638 


M. 


16 

2,733 


2,749 


454 
454 


ii  TRADE  AND  NAVIGATION  21 

SESSIONAL  PAPER  No.  1 1  • 

of  Imports — Continued. 


Entered  for  Home  Consumption. 

General  Tariff. 

Preferential  Tariff. 

Total. 

Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty 
Collected. 

3,403 

S  cts. 
558  75 

oris. 

_ 

r5rl8. 
1,  III 

3,403 

$  cts. 
558  75 

503 
6 

145,492 

OA   i  u  i 

60 

27,891  80 

lou 
l 

46,487 

503 
6 

145,492 

90  00 
60 

27,891  80 

146,001 

27,982  40 

46,638 

146,001          27,982  40 

3,247 

649  40 

3.247              649  40 



3,563 
45 
36 
68 
59 

407 
34 
35 

326 
85 

161,991 

712  60 
9  00 

lo,  ool 

 44  _•> 

20,394 
45 
36 
68 
59 

407 
34 
35 

326 
85 

161,991 

2,956  S5 
9  00 
7  20 
13  60 
11  80 
81  40 

6  80 

7  00 
65  20 
17  00 

32,398  20 

7  20 
13  60 
11  80 
81  40 

6  80 

7  00 
65  20 
17  00 

32,398  20 

166,649 

33,329  80|  

16,831 

2,244  25 

183,480 

35,574  05 

2,090 

418  00 

2,090             418  00 



65 
28,641 

13  00 

5,728  20 

4,125 

550  03 

4,190 
28,641 

563  03 
5,728  20 



28,706 

5,741  20 

4,125 

550  03 

32,831 

6,291  23 

30 
206 

6  00 
41  20 

1,581 

210  83 

1,611 
206 

216  83 
41  20 

236 

47  20 



1,581 

210  83 

1,817 

258  03 

234 
19,851 

M. 

46  80  51 
3,970  20   



592 

78  91 

M. 

67 
2,733 

886 
19,851 

125  71 
3,970  20 

20,085 

4,017  00  51 

592 

78  91 

2,800 

20,677 

4,095  91 

4,718 

  446 

943  60   

5,696 

759  49 

446 
454 

- 

5,696 
4,718 

759  49 
943  60 

4,718 

943  60  446 

5,696 

759  49 

900 

10,414 

1,703  09 

182 
960 

36  40 
192  00 

122 

16  27 

304 
960 



52  67 
192  00 



1,142 

228  40 

122           16  27 

1,264 

244  67 

22  CUSTOMS  DEPARTMENT 

No. 


ii 

1-2  edward  vii.,  a.  1902 
1. — General  Statement 


Articles  Imported. 


Countries. 


Total  Imports. 


Quantity. 


Value. 


dutiable  goods— Con. 

Brick  and  tiles — Con. 

Drain  pipes,  sewer  pipes,  chimney  lin- 
ings or  vents,  chimney  tops  and  in- 
verted blocks,  glazed  or  unglazed. . 


Manufactures  of  clay,  N.O.P 


Great  Britain . 

Australia  

United  States 

Total.... 


Great  Britain . 

China  

France   

Germany .  

United  States 


British  gum,  dextrine  sizing  cream  and 
enamel  sizing  


Total. 


Great  Britain . 

Germany  

United  States 


Brooms  and  whisks 


Total. 


Great  Britain . 

China  

Germany  

United  States 


Total. 


5  Brushes 


Great  Britain  

Austria-Hungary 

Belgium  

China  

Cuba  

France  

Germany  

Japan   

United  States  . . . 


Total. 


Buttons,  pantaloon,  wholly  of  metal. 


Great  Britain . . 

France  

Germany  

United  States. . 


Total . 


Buttons,  shoe,  N.E.S. 


Great  Britain . 

France  

Germany.  . . . 
United  States. 

Total  . 


Lbs. 
307,722 
410,069 
689,265 


1,413,056 


Gross. 
2,245 
103 
12,712 
44,571 


59,631 


203 
15 
1,724 
159 

2,101 


9,185 
23 
45,634 


54,842 


2,175 
7 
21 
426 
8,884 


11,513 


7,220 
11,116 
29,500 


47,836 


38 
14 
41 
3,437 


3,530 


16,032 
3,029 
23 
51 
2 

67,972 
26,632 
1,537 
76,025 


191,303 


1,151 
58 
4,155 
20,658 


26,022 


61 
9 
227 
118 

415 


ii  TRA  DE  A  XD  XA  V1GA  TIOX 

SESSIONAL  PAPER  No.  11 

of  Imports — Continued. 


23 


Entered  for  Home  Consumption. 


General  Tariff. 


Preferential  Tariff. 


Value. 


Duty.       Quantity . 


Value.  Duty. 


Total. 


Quantity. 


Value-     I  Coated. 


4,414 


8  Ct8. 


1,544  90 


S  cts. 


4,771        1.113  25 


45,634      15,971  90 


9,185 
45,634 


8  cts 

2,658  15 
90 


50,048      17,516  80 


4,771       1,H3  25j 


54,819 


18,630  05 


1,073 
7 
21 
426 

8,892 


214  60 

1  40j 
4  20j 
85  20! 
1,778  40; 


1,102  140  98 


2,175 
7 
21 
426 
8,892 


361  58 
1  40 
4  20 
85  20 
1,778  40 


10,419 


2,033  SO! . 


Lbs. 

1,152  115  20|  291,158 

9,972  997  20   

29,490       2,949  00   


1,102 
6,127 


146  98 


11,521 


408  50 


Lbs. 
309,922 
371,229 
689,065 


7,279 
9,972 
29,490 


2,230  78 


523  70 
997  20 
2,949  00 


40.614        4,061  40  291,158 


6,127, 


408  50  1,370,216 


46,741 


4,469  90 


7 
14 
41 
3.437 


1  40 

2  80 

8  20| 
687  40 


31 


4  14 


3,499| 


699  80 


31 


4  14 


3,491 
3,029 
23 
51 


872  75 
757  25 

5  75i 
12  75, 


12,520        2,088  41 


38 
14 
41 
3,437 


3,530 


16,020 
3,029 
23 
51 


5  54 
2  80 
8  20 
687  40 


703  94 


2,961  16 
757  25 
5  75 
12  75 


63,152  15,788  OOi 

26,734  6,683  50 

1,537,  *84  251 . 

76,099  19,014  75l . 


174,076!      43,519  00 


108 
58 
4,155 
20,658 


27  00 
14  50i 
1,038  75 
5,164  50 


Gross. 
2,140 


63,152 
26,734 
1,537 
76,059 


12,529        2,088  41 


186,605 


1,022 


Gross. 
170  38  2,225 
103 
12,712 
44,571 


1,130 

58 
4,155 
20,658 


24,979 

13 
9 
227 
118 

6,244  75  2,140 

1,022 

170  38 

59,611 

26,001 

6,415  13 

3  25  163 
2  25   

48 

8  00 

203 
15 
1,724 
159 

61 
9 
227 
118 

11  25 
•2  2:> 
56  75 
29  50 

56  75   

29  50   

367 

91  75  lti:i 

48 

8  00 

2,101 

415 

99  75 

15,788  00 
6,683  50 
384  25 
19,014  75 


45,607  41 


197  38 
14  50 
1,038  75 
5,164  50 


24 


CUSTOMS  DEPARTMENT  h 

1-2  EDWARD  VII.,  A.  1902 

No.  1. — General  Statement 


Articles  Imported. 


DUTIABLE  GOODS — Con. 

Buttons,  all  kinds,  N.O.P  


Candles,  tallow. 


Paraffine,  wax. 


All  other,  N.E.S. 


Total  Imports. 


Countries. 


Cane,  reed  or  rattan,  split  or  otherwise 
manufactured,  N.O.P  


Canvas,  to  be  used  for  boats'  and  ships: 
sails  


Buggies  and  carriages. 


Great  Britain. . . . 
Austria-Hungary . 

Belgium  

China  

France  

Germany  

Italy  

Switzerland  

United  States. . . . 


Total . 


Great  Britain . 

Germany  

United  States. 

Total. . . . 


Great  Britain. 

Germany  

Japan  

United  States. 

Total.... 


Great  Britain .... 
Austria-Hungary. 

Belgium  

France  

Germany  

Turkey.'  

United  States. . . . 


Total. 


Great  Britain. 

China  

France  

Japan  

United  States. 


Total. 


Great  Britain . 

China  

United  States 


Total . 


Great  Britain. 

France.   

St.  Pierre  

United  Stales. 

Total.... 


Quantity. 


Lbs. 
35,750 
54 

341,218 


377,022 


701 

2,727 
85 
75,329 


78,842 


91,892 
130 
416 
8,131 
727 
500 
500,938 


600,734 


No. 


82 
1 
1 

859 
943 


Value. 


29,212 
14,617 
141 

6 

11,789 
29,058 
1,131 
205 
64,369 


150,528 


3,200 
16 

36,654 


39,870 


149 
400 
18 
6,620 


7,187 


8,542 
17 
70 
750 
167 
121 
57,626 


67,293 


560 
101 

382 
1 

38,348 


39,392 


2,803 
100 

93 


2,996 


10,302 
270 
30 
53,787 

64,389 


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25 


Entered  for  Home  Consumption. 


General  Tariff. 

Preferential  Tariff. 

Total. 

Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty. 

■  Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty 
Collected. 

$ 

10,621 
14,617 
141 

6 

12,223 
29,085 
1,131 
205 
64,405 

cts. 

3,717  35 
5,115  95 
49  35 
2  10 
4,278  05 
10,179  75 
395  85 

1 

18,540 

§  cts. 
4,326  37 

t 

29,161 
14,617 
141 

6 

12,223 
29,085 
1,131 

205 

64,405 

§  cts. 

8,043  72 
5,115  95 
49  35 
2  10 
4,278  05 
10,179  75 
395  85 
71  75 
22,541  75 

71  75 
22,541  75 



132.434       46.351  90 

18,540 

4,326  37 

150,S74|         50,678  27 



181 
16 
32,440 

45  25 
4  00 
8,110  00 



Lbs. 

3,462 

577  04 

Lbs. 
41,325 
54 

301,143 

3,643 
16 
32,440 

622  29 
4  00 
8,110  00 

32,637 

8,159  25 

39,075 

3.462 

577  04 

:S42. 522 

36,099 

8,736  29 

701 

149 

29  80 

2.727 
85 
41, 049 

149 
400 
IS 

29  80 
120  00 
K  .in 

400 
18 
3,021 

120  00 
5  40 
906  30 

3,021             906  30 

701 

149 

29  80 

44,562 

3,588;           1,061  50 

335 
17 
15 
958 
198 
121 
55,854 

83  75 
4  25 
3  75 
239  50 
49  50 
30  25 
13,963  50 

85,437 

7,904 

1,317  44 

89,093 
130 
116 
7,969 
877 
500 
483,617 

8,239           1,401  19 
17                4  25 
15                3  75 
958             239  50 
198               49  50 
121               30  25 
55,854 1         13,963  50 

57,498 

14,374  50 

85,437 

7,904 

1,317  44 

582,302 

65,402          15,691  94 

279 
101 
382 
1 

38,348 

41  85 
15  15 
57  30 
0  15 

2S1 

28  10 

560               69  95 
101               15  15 
382               57  30 
1                0  15 
38,348          5,752  20 







5,752  20 

39,111 

5,866  65 

281 

28  10 

39.392          5,894  75 

531 

26  55 

2,272 

75  69 

2,803 

102  24 

*  93j 

4  65 

 ! 

93 

4  65 

6241 

31  20 

2,272 

75  69 

2,896 

106  89 

4.043 
270 

1,415  05 
94  50! 

6,259 

1,460  44| 

No. 

82 
1 

10,302' 

270; 

2,875  49 
94  50 

43,602i 

15,260  70 

828 

43,602| 

15,260  70 

47,915 

16,770  25 

5I 

6,259 

1,460  44 

911 

54,174 

18,230  69 

26  CUSTOMS  DEPARTMENT 


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No.  l.» — GrENERAL  STATEMENT 


1 

2 
3 

4 

5 

6 
7 
8 
9 

10 

11 

Articles  Imported. 

Countries. 

Total  Imports. 

Quantity. 

Value. 



Quantity. 

DUTIABLE  GOODS — Con. 

Carriages — 

No. 

44 

$ 

1,431 

No. 

44 

Freight    wagons,  drays    and  similar 

Pleasure,  carts   and   similar  vehicles, 
N.E.S  

United  States  

United  States. .  .  . 

858 

42,151 

857 

333 

18,839 

333 

40 

1,603 



39 

Finished  parts  of  buggies,  carriages  and 
similar  vehicles,   N.E.S.,  including 
parts  of  cut'ers,  childrens'  carriages, 
sleds,  N.O.P  

800 
31,119 

Railway  and  passenger  cars,  first  class . . 
it                  ii            second  class, 
ii                  n           tram  or  horse 

ii      cars,  parts  of.   

Total  

31,919 

United  States  

United  States.  . 

United  States  

United  States.   

Great  Britain.  .... 

8 

7,753 

7 

14 

15,850 

14 

87 

22,994 

87 

751 

276,997 

751 

5,871 
48,533 
134,591 

•  •  

Total  

188,995 

2 

2,399 

46 
17,999 

2 

2,399 

j  i 
13 

Wheelbarrows,  trucks  and  handcarts . . . 

Total  

Great  Britain  

Total  

Great  Britain  

United  States. . .  . 
Total  

2,401 

18,045 

2,401 

80 
411 

1,554 
12,892 

OA 

-oil 
411 

491 

14,446 

491 

69 
15 
7,170 

304 
93 
41,941 

65 
15 
7,021 

7,254 

42,338 

7,101 

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of  Imports — Continued. 


27 


Entered  for  Home  Consumption. 


General  Tariff. 

Preferential  Tariff.  Total. 

Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity . 

Value . 

Duty. 

Quantity. 

S 

1,431 

S  cts. 
500  85 

S 

$  cts. 

No. 

AA 

* 

1,431 

$  cts. 
500  85 

42,064 

10,516  00 

857 

42,064 

10,516  00 

18,839 

4,709  75 

333 

18,839 

4,709  75 

1,553 

543  55 

39 

1,553 

543  55 

800 

186  67 

800 
31,111 

186  67 
10,888  85 

31.111 

10,888  85 

31,111 

16,888  85 

800 

186  67 

31,911 

11,075  52 





6,753 

2,025  90 

7 

6,753 

2,025  90 
4,755  00 

15,850 
22,994 

4,755  00 



14 

15,850 

6,898  20 

87 

22,994 

6,898  20 

276,997 

83,099  10 

 1  

751 

276,997 

83,099  10 

5,871 

1,174  20 

5,871 
48,533 
132,375 

1,174  20 
14,559  90 
39,712  50 

48,533 
132,375 

14,559  90 
39,712  50 


180,908 

54,272  40 

5,871 

1,174  20 

186,779 

55,446  60 

46 
17,999 

13  80 
5,399  70 

i  2 
2,399 

46 
17,999 

13  80 
5,399  70 

18,045 



5,413  50 

2,401 

18,045 

5,413  50 

1,554 
12,892 

388  50 
3,223  00 

80 
411 

1,554 
12,892 

388  50 
3,223  00 

14,446 



3,611  50 



491 

14,446 

3,611  50 

244 
93 
41,196 

73  20 
27  90 
12,358  80 

4 

60 

12  00 

69 
15 
7,021 

304 
93 
41,196 

85  20 
27  90 
12,358  80 

41,533 

12,459  90 

4 

60           12  00  7,105 

1 

41,593 

12,471  90 

28 


CUSTOMS  DEPARTMENT  ii 

1-2  EDWARD  VII.,  A.  1902 

No.  1. — General  Statement 


Articles  Imported. 


DUTIABLE  GOODS — Con. 

Carriages — 

Bicycles  and  tricycles  

Bicycles  and  tricycles,  parts  of 

Children's  carriages  and  sleds . 

Carpets,  N.E.S  


5  Carpet  sweepers. 


6  ;  Cash  registers. 


Celluloid,  moulded  into  sizes  for  handles 
of  knives  and  forks,  not  bored  nor  other 
wise  manufactured,  also  moulded  cellu 
loid  balls  and  cylinders,  coated  with  tin- 
foil or  not,  but  not  finished  or  further 
manufactured,  and  celluloid  lamp  shade 
blanks  


Celluloid,  manufactures  of,  N.E.S. 


Cement,  hydraulic  or  waterlime. 


Countries. 


Great  Britain. 

B.  W.  I  

United  States. 


Total. 


Great  Britain . 

France  , 

United  States. 


Total. 


Great  Britain. 
United  States. 

Total  .... 


Great  Britain  

British  East  Indies. 

France  

Germany   ... 

Japan   

United  States  


Total 


United  States. 


United  States 


United  States. 


Great  Britain .  . . 
Austria-Hungary 

France  

Germany  

United  States. . . . 


Total 


Great  Britain . 
United  States. 


Total 


Total  Imports. 


Quantity. 


No. 


12 
1 

10,874 


10,887 


34 
4,188 


4,222 


Yds. 
218,945 
30 
467 
4,381 
858 
6,111 


230,792 


No. 


1,636 


647 


Cwt. 
1,875 
15,909 

17,784 


Value. 


492 
25 

152,829 


153,346 


8,168 
314 
204,305 


212,787 


77 
8,607 


8,684 


129,627 
46 
480 
3,557 
330 
3,860 


137,900 


3,996 


73,464 


1,520 
72 
6,378 
1,967 
12,544 


22,481 


700 

6,165 

6,865 


Quantity. 


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SESSIONAL  PAPER  No.  11 

of  Imports — Continued. 


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29 


Entered  for  Home  Consumption. 


General  Tariff.  Preferential  Tariff.  Total. 


Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity.  t  Value. 

Duty.  Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty 
Collected. 

S 

324 
25 

157,802 

$  cts. 

97  20 
7  50 
47,340  68 

No. 

3 

1 

168 

$  cts. 
33  60 

No. 

12 
1 

11,207 

• 

492 
25 

157,802 

$  cts. 

130  80 
7  50 
47,340  68 

158,151 

47,445  38 

3 

168 

33  60j  11,220 

158,319 

47,478  98 

434 
314 
201,740 

202,488 

130  20 
94  20 

60,522  00 

7,734 

1,546  80 

8,168 
314 
201,740 

1,677  00 
94  20 
60,522  00 

60,746  40 

7,734 

1,546  80 

210,222 

62,293  20 

8,607 

3,012  45 

34 

77 

17  97 

No. 

34 
4,188 

77 
8,607 

17  97 
3,012  45 

8,607 

6,593 
46 

480 
3,965 

299 
3,713 

3,012  45 

34 

17  97            4  222 

1 

8,684 

3,030  42 

2,307  55 
16  10 

168  00 
1,387  75 

104  65 
1,299  55 

Yds. 
190,798 

118,848 

27,731  47 

Yds. 
199,100 
30 
467 
4,781 
704 
5,914 

125,441 
46 
480 
3,965 
299 
3,713 

30,039  02 
16  10 
168  00 
1,387  75 
104  65 
1,299  55 

15,096 

5,283  60 

190,798 

118,848 

27,731  47 

210,996 

133,944 

33,015  07 

3,996 

1,198  80 

No. 
1,636 

3,996 

1,198  80 

73,464 

22,039  20 

647 

73,464 

22,039  20 

8 

0  80 

8 

0  80 

168 
72 
6,168 
1,993 
12,542 

33  60 
14  40 

1,233  60 
398  60 

2,508  40 

1,337 

178  33 

1,505 
72 
6,168 
1,993 
12,542 

211  93 
14  40 
1,233  60 

398  60 
2,508  40 

20,943 

4,188  60 

1,337 

178  33 

22,280 

4,366  93 

6,165 

1,988  52 

Cwt. 
1,875 

700 

156  25 

Cwt. 
1,875 
15,909 

700 
6,165 

156  25 
1,988  52 

6,165 

1,988  52 

1,875 

700 

156  25 

17,784 

6,865 

2,144  77 

1 


I 


30 


CUSTOMS  DEPARTMENT 


ii 


1-2  EDWARD  VII.,  A.  1902 

No.  1. — General  Statement 


Articles  Imported. 


DUTIABLE  GOODS — Con. 

Cement,  Portland  


N.E.S. 


Manufactures  of,  N.O.P 


Chalk,  prepared. 


Chicory,  raw  and  green. 


Kiln-dried,  roasted  or  ground . 


Church  vestments  of  any  material . 


Countries. 


Great  Britain.. 
Belgium . . . 

France  

Germany  

Holland  

United  States. 

Total.... 


Great  Britain . 

Belgium  

Germany  

United  States. 


Total . 


Great  Britain. 

Germany  

United  States. 


Total. 


Great  Britain. 

France  

Germany  

United  States 


Total. 


Great  Britain. 
United  States 


Total. 


Great  Britain. 

Belgium  

United  States 

Total  


Great  Britain. 

Belgium  . 

France  

Germany  

United  States. 

Total  


Total  Imports. 


Quantity. 


Cwt. 


567,242 
415,918 

7,375 
187,234 

1,050 
435,847 


1,614,666 


Lbs. 


59,802 
7,857 
14,753 


82,412 


Value. 


Quantity. 


226,776 
142,930 
2,787 
69,922 
446 
217,683 


660,544 


1,790 
6 
224 
2,850 


4,870 


1,318 
24 
2,147 


3,489 


1,133 
386 
806 

9,361 


11,686 


2,451 
353 
775 


3,579 


510 
270 
11,279 
60 
407 

12,526 


Cwt. 


40,482 
416,072 


182,832 
1,050 
443,860 

1,084,296 


Lbs. 


6,769 
9,282 
14,753 


30,804 


TRADE  AND  NA  VIOA  TIOX  31 


SESSIONAL  PAPER  No.  11 

of  Imports — Continued. 


Entered  kor  Home  Consumption. 

General  Tariff. 

Preferential  Tariff. 

Total. 

Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity. 

Value.  Duty. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty 
Collected. 

1 

16,066 
140,981 

S  cts. 

5,060  25 
52,009  00 

Cwt. 

198,196 

S 

209,901 

$  cts. 
44,011  81 

Cwt. 

568,618 
416,072 

S 

225,967 
140,981 

8  cts. 

49,072  06 
52,009  00 

67,295 
446 
219,906 

22,854  00 
131  25 
55,483  35| 

1>2,  N32 

1,050, 
443,860 

67,295 
446 
219,906 

22,854  00 
131  25 
55,483  35 

444,694 

135,537  85 

528,136 

209,901 

44,011  81 

1,612,432 

654,595 

179,549  66 

2;3 
6 

224 
2,850 

5  20 
1  20 
44  80 
570  00 

1,784 

237  89 

1,810 
6 
224 
2,850 

243  09 
1  20 
44  80 
570  00 

3,106 

621  20 

1.784 

237  89 

4,890 

1,318 
24 
2,147 

859  09 

511 
24 
2,147 

102  20 
4  80 

807 

107  61 

209  81 
4  80 
429  40 

429  40 

2,682 

536  40  ....     .  . 

807 

107  61 

3,489 

644  01 

777 
386 
806 
9,304 

155  40 
77  20 
161  20 
1,860  80 

356 

47  49 

1,133 
386 
806 

9,304 

202  89 
77  20 
161  20 
1,860  80 

11,273 

2,254  60 

356 

47  49 

11,629 

2,302  09 

Lbs. 

280 

12 

5  60 

Lbs. 

280 
6 

12 
1 

5  GO 
18 

1 

18 

1 

18 

29f 

12 

5  60 

286 

13 

5  7b 

350 
383 
775 

270  76 
371  28 
590  11 

53,473 

2,115 

1,425  97 

60,242 
9,282 
14,753 

2,465 
383 
775 

1,696  73 
371  28 
590  11 

.  1,508 

1,232  15 

53,473 

2,115 

1,425  97 

84,277 

3,623 

2,658  12 

276 
27C 
10,444 
6C 

40; 

55  20 
54  0G 
2,088  80 
12  0C 
81  4i 

234 

31  21 

510 
270 
10,444 

M 

86  41 
54  00 



2,088  9 
19  nn 





407                    81  4fl 

11,457       2,291  4t 

1  

234 

31  21 

11,691 

2,322  61 

32 


CUSTOMS  DEPARTMENT  ii 

1-2  EDWARD  VII.,  A.  1902 

No.  1. — General  Statement 


Articles  Imported. 


Countries. 


Total  Imports. 


Quantity. 


Value. 


DUTIABLE  GOODS— C(m. 

Cider,  clarified  or  refined  


Cider,  not  clarified  or  refined . 


Clocks. 


Clock  kevs  and  clock  movements. 


Clothes  wringers  and  parts  thereof,  for 
domestic  use   


Cloths,  not  rubbered  or  made  waterproof, 
whether  of  wool,  cotton,  unions,  silk  or 
ramie,  sixty  inches  or  over  in  width  and 
weighing  not  more  than  seven  ounces  to 
the  square  yard,  imported  exclusively 
for  the  manufacture  of  mackintosh  cloth- 
ing  


Coal,  bituminous. 


Great  Britain. . 
Newfoundland 

France  

Japan  

United  States. . 

Total  


Fiance  

United  States. 


Total. 


Great  Britain .... 
Austria-Hungary . 

Belgium  

China  

France  

Germany  

Italy  

Holland  

Russia  

Switzerland  

United  States. . . . 


Total. 


Great  Britain. 

France  

United  States. 

Total  


Great  Britain . 
United  States. 


Total. 


Great  Britain . 
United  States. 

Total. . . 

Great  Britain. 
Australasia . . . 
United  States. 

Total. . . 


Galls 


185 
1 

106 

83 
3,704 


4,079 


100 

348 


448 


No. 

150 
11,318 


11,468 


Yds. 


228,235 
421 


228,656 


Tons. 

33,840 
98 

2,649,768 


2,683,706 


212 
1 
41 
40 

2,521 


2,815 


13 


101 


8,264 
139 
581 
52 
7,605 
14,313 
24 
30 
103 
46 

173,714 


204,871 


1,623 
378 
1,160 


3,161 


147 
19,434 


19,581 


50,365 
121 


50,486 


88,428 
316 
5,191,623 


5,280,367 


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of  Imports — Continued. 


33 


Entered  for  Home  Consumption. 


General  Tariff. 

Preferential  Tariff. 

Total. 

Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty 
Collected. 

$ 

139 
1 
41 
40 
2,521 

$  cts. 

13  50 
10 
10  60 
8  30 
370  32 

Galls. 

50 

$ 

73 

$  cts. 
3  33 

Galls. 

185 
1 

106 
83 
3,704 

I 

212 
1 

41 
40 
2,521 

9  cts 

16  83 
10 
10  60 
8  30 
370  32 

2,742 

402  82 

50 

73 

3  33 

4,079 

2,815 

406  15 

13 

R  no  

100 

348 

13 

88 

5  00 
17  40 

88               17  4(V 

101 

22  40 

448 

101 

22  40 

3,356 
262 
581 
52 
8,154 
15,164 
24 
30 
103 
46 

173,010 

83Q  (VI 

65  50 
145  25 

13  00 
2,038  50 
3,791  00 

D  UU 

7  50 
25  75 
11  50 
43,252  56 

4,903 

817  24 

8,259 
'262 
581 
52 
8.154 
15^164 
24 
30 
103 
46 

173,010 

65  50 
145  25 
13  00 

^,Wo  Jv 

3,791  00 

D  UU 

7  50 
25  75 
11  50 
43,252  56 

200,782 

50,195  56 

4,903 

817  24 

205,685 

51,012  80 

1 

378 
1,160 

25 
94  50 
289  95 

1,622 

270  34 

1,623 

Of  o 

1,160 

270  59 
94  50 
289  95 

1,539 

384  70 

1,622 

270  34 

3,161 

655  04 

147 
19,314 

51  45 
6,759  90 

No. 

No. 

150 
11,258 

147 
19,314 

51  45 
6,759  90 

19,461 

6,811  &5 

11,408 

19,461 

6,811  35 

2<>5 
121 

39  75 
.18  15 

Yds. 
240,795 

55,093 

5.509  30 

Yds. 

241,651 
421 

55,358 
121 

5,549  05 
18  15 

386 

57  90 

240,795 

55,093 

5,509  30 

242,072 

55,479 

5,567  20 

5,153 
316 
4,885,726 

1,028  73 
51  94 
1,320,101  44 

Tons. 
23,595 

64,830 

8,337  53 

Tons. 

25,536 
98 

2,490,758 

69,983 
316 
4,885,726 

9,366  26 
51  94 
1,320,101  44 

4,891,195 

1,321,182  11 

23,595 

64,830 

8,337  53 

2,516,392 

4,956,025 

1,329,519  64 

]  1— ii— 3 


CUSTOMS  DEPARTMENT  ii 

1-2  EDWARD  VII.,  A.  1902 

!No.  1. — General  Statement 


Total  Imports. 


Articles  Imported 


DUTIABLE  GOODS— 

Coal  dust,  N.E.S  

-Con. 

Great  Britain . 
United  States. 


Cocoa  carpeting,  mats,  rugs  and  matting. 


Cocoa  nuts  imported  from  place  of  growth 
by  vessels  direct  to  a  Canadian  port. . 


Cocoa  nuts,  N.E.S 


Great  Britain . 

Germany  

Italy  

United  States. 


Cocoa  paste,  chocolate  paste,  cocoas  and 
cocoa  butter,  N.O.P. . . 


Cocoa  shells  and  nibs,  chocolate  and  other 
preparations  of  Cocoa,  N.E.S  


Countries. 


Total. 


Total. 


B.  W.  Indies. 
Porto  Rico.. 


Total 


B.  W.  Indies. 
U.  States .... 

Spain  

Venezuela . . . 


Total 


Great  Britain .  . . 
British  E.  Indies. 
United  States. .  . 

Total  


Great  Britain . 

Belgium  

France  

Germany  

Holland  

United  States. 

Total  .... 


Great  Britain. 

Belgium  

China  

France  

Germany  

Holland  

Switzerland.  . 
United  States. 

Total  .... 


Quantity. 


Tons. 

13,596 
400,389 


413,985 


No. 
2,050,667 
200 


2,050,867 


20,000 
176,939 


10,000 


206,939 


Lbs. 
4,575 
2,553 
24,105 


31,233 


322,015 
240 
4,295 
108,040 
21,652 
278,319 


734,561 


257,662 
15 
l,35o 
21,059 
5,704 
23,172 
fc,637 
205,604 

523,203 


Value. 


Quantity. 


17,835 
258,051 


275,886 


1,878 
2 

347 
96 


2,323 


34,858 
2 


34,860 


340 
5,193 


176 


5,709 


476 
208 
3,452 


4,136 


49,565 
49 

1,031 
23,536 

6,969 
64,432 


145,582 


52,771 
3 
230 
5,012 
1,587 
8,947 
2,145 
58,924 

129,619 


ii  TRADE  AND  NA  VIGATION 

SESSIONAL  PAPER  No.  11 

of  Imports — Continued. 


35 


Entered  for  Home  Consumption. 


General  Tariff. 

Preferential  Tariff. 

Total. 

Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity. 

Value, 

Duty 
Collected. 

m 

$  cts. 

Tons. 

$ 

§  cts. 

Tons. 

3  eta. 

13  596 

17  835 

1,314  50 

13,596 

17,835 

1,314  50 

257,724 

38,977  97 

400^836 

257,'724 

38^977  97 

257,724 

38,977  97 

13,596 

17,835 

1,314  50 

414,432 

275,559 

40,292  47 

85 

21  25 

1,730 

288  35 

1,815 
2 

309  60 

2 

50 

50 

96 

86  75 

347 

86  75 

24  00 

96 

24  00 



530 

132  50 

1,730 

288  35 

2,260 

-    420  85 

7,452 

9 

2,246  58 
1  00 

XNO. 

1,532,999 

26,212 

5,110  10 

No. 
1,982,313 
200 

33,664 
2 

7,356  68 
1  00 



7,454 

2,247  58 

1,532,999 

26,212 

5,110  10 

1,982,513 

33,666 

7,357  68 

340 

200  00 

20,000 
176,939 

340 

200  00 

5,193 
20 

1,769  39 
8  74 

5,193 
20 

1,769  39 
8  74 

176 

100  <K) 



10,000 

176 

100  00 

2  078  1 ^ 



JLAJI  ,OXO 

5,729 

152 
34 
3,081 

48  75 
22  40 
1,112  31 

Lbs. 
7,624 
2,105 

548 
174 

254  07 
70  17 

Lbs. 
8.599 
2,553 
22,245 

700 
208 
3,081 

302  82 
92  57 
1,112  31 

3,267 

1,183  46 

9,729 

722 

324  24 

33,397 

3,989 

1,507  70 

3,617 
49 

1,031 
23,848 

8,165 
64,343 

972  04 
9  60 

291,714 

44,508 

7,779  10 

316,015 
240 

48,125 
49 

8,751  14 
9  60 
171  80 
4,381  60 
1,007  56 
11,094  08 

171  80 

4,295 
109,540 
25,189 
277,352 

1,031 
23,848 

8,165 
64,343 

4,381  60 
1,007  56 
11,094  08 

101,053 

17,636  68 

291,714 

44,508 

7,779  10 

732,631 

145,561 

25,415  78 

4,121 
3 

824  20 
60 

265,319 

54,201 

7,226  84 



274,666 
15 

58,322 
3 

8,051  04 
C  60 
46  00 
1,122  40 
317  40 
1,638  00 
261  80 
11,856  00 

23C 

46  00 

1,350 
22,960 

5,704 
20,534 

7,472 
2n.->.>72 

230 
5,612 
1,587 
8,190 
1,309 
59,280 

5,612 
1,587 
8,190 
1,309 
59,280 

1,122  40 
317  40 

1,638  00 
261  80 

11,856  00 



80,332 

16,066  40 

265,319 

54,201 

7,226  84 

538,573 

134,533 

23,293  24 

11— ii— 3| 


36 


CUSTOMS  DEPARTMENT  ii 

1-2  EDWARD  VII.,  A.  1902 

No.  1. — General  Statement 


Total  Imports. 


Articles  Imported. 


Countries. 


Quantity.  I  Value. 


DUTIABLE  GOODS —  Con. 

Coffee,  green,  N.E.S  


Coffee,  extract  of,  N.E.S.,  or  substitutes 
thereof  of  all  kinds  


Great  Britain  

Hong  Kong  

Brazil  

Central  A.  States. 

Holland  

United  States.  . . . 

Total  


Coffee,  roasted  or  ground  when  not  im- 
ported direct  from  the  country  of  growth 
and  production  


Coffee,  roasted  or  ground  and  imitation  of 
and  substitutes  for,  N.O.P  


Great  Britain . 

France   

United  States. 

Total  .  . 


Great  Britain . 

France  

Haiwaii  

United  States. 


Total 


Coffee,  condensed  with  milk . 


Collars  of  cotton  or  linen,  xylonite,  xyolite 
or  celluloid  


Great  Britain . 
United  States. 


Total 


Great  Britain . 
United  States. 


Total 


Great  Britain.  . . . 
Austria-Hungary. 

Belgium  

France  

Germany  

Switzerland  

United  States  


Combs  for  dress  and  toilet  of  all  kinds. , 


Total 


.  Great  Britain.  .  . 
Austria- Hungary 

China  

France  

Germany  

Holland  

United  States.  . . 


Total 


Lbs. 

1,231 
3,050 
33,000 
75 
1,874 
466,324 


505,554 


7,980 
6 

79,681 


87,667 


1,115 
20 


342,335 


343,470 


2,420 
96,392 


98,812 


468 
65 


533 


Doz. 
25,952 
15,610 
86 
185 
32,170 
1,064 
25,361 


100,428 


237 
320 
2,709 
8 
423 
54,520 


58,217 


2,181 
4 

4,499 


6,684 


238 
10 


66,847 


67,095 


87 
10,743 


10,830 


130 
13 


143 


24,588 

10,315 
118 
429 

20,916 
633 

24,528 


87,527 


53,246 
729 
7 

18,905 
21,184 
351 
32,774 

127.196 


ii  TRA  DE  A  ND  NA  VIGA  TWX 

SESSIONAL  PAPER  No.  11 

of  Imports — Continued. 


37 


Entered  for  Home  Consumption. 


General  Tariff. 

Preferential  Tariff. 

Total. 

Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity.  Value. 

Duty' 
Collected. 

$ 

10 

13 

9  7f»Q 

fvo 
8 

$  cts. 

1  00 
1  30 
270  90 
0  SO 

Lbe. 
1,221 

$ 

227 

$  cts. 
15  12 

Lbs. 

1,231 
122 
33,000 
75 

tj 

237 
13 
2,709 
8 

$  cts. 

16  12 
1  30 
270  90 
0  80 

54,552 

5,455  20   

466,503j  54,552 

5,455  20 

57,292 

5,729  20  1,221 

227 

15  12 

500,931  57,519 

5,744  32 

32 
3,357 

7  38  7,774 

0  18   

2,244  92   

2,133 

155  49 

8,020 
6 

74,831 

2,165 
4 

3,357 

162  87 
0  18 
2,244  92 

3,393 

2,252  48  7,774 

2,133 

155  49 

82,857  j  5,526 

2.407  97 

139 
10 
325 
68,879 

25  481  536 

1  40   

62  50   

13,840  36   

99 

13  75 

1,115 
20 
1,500 
347,623 

238 
10 
325 
68,879 

39  23 
1  40 
62  50 
13,840  36 

69,353 

13,929  74  536 

99 

13  75 

350,258;  69,452 

13,943  49 

18 
10,733 

3  21 
1,925  50 

2,260 

69 

30  14 

2.420  87 
96,275  10,733 

33  35 
1,925  50 

10,751 

1,928  71 

2.260 

69 

30  14 

98,695 

10,820 

1,958  85 

13 

9  90 

466 

127 

25  40 

466 

65 

127 
13 

25  40 
3  90 

13j           3  90 

466 

127 

25  40 

531 

140 

29  30 

1,753         613  55 
10,315       3,610  25 
118           41  30 
429          150  15 
26,916       9,420  60 
633          221  55 
24,528       8,584  80 

Doz. 
24,563 

0,00.)  ifO 

\ 

Doz. 
26,215 
15,610 
86 
185 
32,170 
1,064 
25,361 

24,835 

10,315 
118 
429 

26,916 
633 

24,528 

o,yyy  ou 
3,610  25 
41  30 

150  15 
9,420  60 

221  55 
8,584  80 

64,692      22,642  20  24,5*33 

23,082 

5,385  95 

100,691 

87,774 

28,028  15 

1,146          401  10 
729          255  15 
7             2  45 
18,927        6,624  45 
21,587       7,555  45 
351          122  85 
32,740      11,459  00 

52,991 

12,364  73 

54,137 
729 

18,927 
21,587 
351 
32,740 

12,765  83 
255  1.5 
2  45 
6,624  45 
7,555  45 
122  85 
11,459  00 





75,487      26,420  45   

52,991 

12,364  73 

128,478 

38,785  18 

38 


CUSTOMS  DEPARTMENT  ii 

1-2  EDWARD  VII.,  A.  1902 

No.  1. — General  Statement 


Abttcles  Imported. 


Countries. 


Total  Imports. 


Quantity. 


Value. 


Quantity. 


DUTIABLE  GOODS — Con. 

Copper  nails,  tacks,  rivets  and  burrs  or 
washers     , 


Great  Britain. 
United  States. 


Total. 


Wire,  plain,  tinned  or  plated. 


Great  Britain . 

France  

United  States. 

Total  


Wire,  cloth,  &c. 


Great  Britain . 
United  States. 


Total . 


All  other  manufactures  of,  N.O.P. . . 


Great  Britain . 
Hong  Kong. . . 

Belgium  

China  

France   

Germany  

United  States. 

Total  


Cordage,  cotton,  of  all  kinds. 


N.E.S.  (see  twines). 


Great  Britain . , 
Newfoundland . 

China  

United  States. . 


Total. 


Great  Britain . 
Hong  Kong. . . 

Denmark  

Italy  

United  States. 


Total. 


Corks  and  other  manufactures  of  cork 
wood,  or  cork-bark,  N.O.P  


Great  Britain. 

France  

Germany  

Japan   

Portugal  

Spain  

United  States. 

Total  


Lbs. 

5,169 
15 

550,663 


555,847 


9,136 
250 
20 

140,373 


149,779 


285,601 
1,395 
110 
1,050 

401,756 


689,912 


211 

5,875 


6,086 


396 
6 

102,262 


102,664 


536 
452 


3,447 
286 
608 

1,617 
496 
312 
40,345 


47,111 


1,338 
46 
1 

14,772 


16,157 


29,485 
113 
13 
156 

48,298 


78,065 


8,797 
682 

643: 
li 

29,212s 
61,900' 
10,8041 

112,039 


ii  TRA  DE  A  ND  NA  VIGA  TION 

SESSIONAL  PAPER  No.  11 

of  Imports — Continued. 


39 


Entered  for  Home  Consumption. 


General  Tariff. 

Preferential  Tariff. 

Total. 

Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity. 

Value, 

Duty 
Collected. 

$ 

$  cts. 

1 

211 

$  cts. 
42  20 

S 

211 

5,875 

8  cts. 

42  20 
1,762  50 

*JtOt  o 

1,762  50 

5,875 

1,762  50 

211 

42  20 

6,086!          1,804  70 



1 
6 

102,262 

0  15 
0  90 
15,339  30 

Lbe. 
5,165 

395 

39  50 

Lbs. 

5,169 
15 

550,663 

396 
6 

102,262 

39  65 
0  90 
15,339  30 

102,269 

15,340  351  5,165 

395 

39  50 

555,847 

102,664          15,379  85 

81 
452 

20  25 
113  00 

455 

75  84 

536 
452 

96  09 
113  00 

533 

133  25 

455 

75  84 

988 

209  09 



344 
286 
608 
1,617 
496 
848 
40  3''5 

103  20 
85  80 
182  40 
485  10 
148  80 
254  40 
12,097  50 

3,103 

620  60 

3,447 
286 
608 

1,617 
496 
848 
40,325 

723  80 
85  80 
182  40 
485  10 
148  80 
254  40 
12,097  50 

■±-1, 0— ~± 

13,357  20 

3,103 

620  60 

47.627 

13.977  80 

46 
1 

14,156 

11  50 
0  25 
3,539  00 

10,097 

1,450 

241  70 

10,097 
250 
20 

136,071 

1,450 
46 
1 

14,156 

241  70 
11  5C 
0  25 
3,539  00 

1-1  CMS 

3,550  75 

10,097 

1,450 

241  70 

14b,  4a8 

15,653 

3,792  45 

1,678 

419  50l 

269,307 

27,924!       4,654  u9 

286,369 

29,602 

5.073  59 

13 
156 
48,612 

3  25 
39  00 
12,153  00 



110 
1,050 
403,584 

,  13 
156 
48,612 

3  25 
39  00 
12,153  00 

50,459 

12,614  75 

269,307 

27.924        4,654  09 

691,113 

78,383 

17,268  84 

7,318 
719 
643 
1 

29,036 
55,570 
10,512 

1,463  60 
143  80 
128  60 
0  20 
5,807  20 
11,114  00 
2,102  40 

l,608j         214  48 

8,926 
719 
643 
1 

29,036 
55,570 
10,512 

1,678  08 
143  80 
128  60 
0  20 
5,807  20 
11,114  00 
2,102  40 

 1  .  

... 

.. 

103,799 

20,759  80 

1,608 

214  48 

105,407 

20,974  28 

40 


CUSTOMS  DEPARTMENT  ii 

1-2  EDWARD  VII.,  A.  1902 

No.  1. — General  Statement 


Total  Imports. 


Corsets. 


Articles  Imported. 


DUTIABLE  GOODS  —Con. 


Great  Britain. 

Belgium  

France   

Germany  

Switzerland. . . 
United  States. 


Corset  clasps,  busks,  blanks,   and  steels 
and  corset  wires,  tipped  or  untipped 


Costumes  and  scenery,  theatrical . 


Cotton,  manufactures  of  : — 
Duck,  gray  or  white,  N.E.S. 


Embroideries,  white. 


6      Gray  unbleached  cotton  fabrics . 


White  or  bleached  cotton  fabrics. 


Countries. 


Total. 


Great  Britain . 

Belgium  

France  

Germany  

United  States. 

Total  


Great  Britain . 
United  States. 


Total 


Great  Britain . 
United  States. 


Total 


Great  Britain  . . 
Austria-  Hungary 

Belgium,  

France  

Germany. .   

Switzerland  

United  States. . . 


Total. 


Great  Britain. 

Germany  

Switzerland.  . . 
United  States. . 


Total. 


Great  Britain.  . . 
Austria-Hungary . 

Belgium  

France   

Germany  

Japan   

Switzerland  

United  States .... 


Total . 


Quantity. 


Lbs. 


227 
110 
365 
594 
7,297 


8,593 


Yds. 
17,250 
341,332 


358,582 


7,000,543 
12,551 
25 

3,117,149 


10,130,268 


5,318,864 
13,683 

60 
81,306 
13,238 

24 

388,469 
2,137,540 

7,953,184 


Value. 


3,665 
14,110 
4,142 
169 
242 
77,805 


100,133 


128 
40 
113 
193 
1,923 


2,397 


327 
5,685 


6,012 


3,488 
60,892 


64,380 


58,950 
2.830 
4,603 
20,119 
17,425 
202,177 
10,369 


316.473 


329,914 
686 
4 

142,600 


473,204 


414,976 
445 

8 

11,900 
577 

9 

11,473 
138,163 

577,551 


ii 

SESSIONAL  PAPER  No.  11 

of  Imports — Continued. 


TRADE  AND  NA  VIGATION 


41 


Entered  for  Home  Consumption. 


General  Tariff. 


Prefential  Tariff. 


Value.  Duty.       Quantity.     Value.  Duty 


1,247 
13,967 
4,142 
936 
242 
77,273 


8  cts. 

436  45 
4,888  45; 
1,449  70 
327  60 
84  70, 
27,045  55 


2,507 


97.807 


34,232  45: 


2,507 


8  cts. 
585  02 


Total. 


Quantity. 


Value. 


Duty 
Collected. 


3,754 
13,967 
4,142 
936 
242 
77,273 


:-•<>  02 


100,314 


8  cts. 

1,021  47 
4,888  45 
1,449  70 
327  60 
84  70 
27,045  55 


34,817  47 


Lbs. 


227 


128 


40 
113 
193 
,912 


14  00 

39  55 
67  55 
669  20 


Lbs. 


2!  I  S.s 


227 
110 
365 
594 
7.247 


128 
40 
113 
193 
1,912 


29  88  2 
14  00 

39  55 
07  55 
669  20 


2,258 


790  30 


227 


12s 


29 


8,543 


2,386; 


327 


5,585        1,117  00 


5,585        1,117  00 


327 


76  30 


327 

5,585i 


76  30 


5,912 


30  6  75 

60,903      13,704  86 


Yds. 
17,695 


3,582! 


537  29 


Yds. 
17,837 
341,275 


3,612 
60,903 


60,933      13,711  61 


17,695 


3,582 


53,750 
2,830 
2.456 

20,970 

19,652 
203,063 

10,369 


13,437  50 
707  50 
614  00! 
5,242  50 
4,913  00; 
50,765  75; 
2,592  25 


2,833 


537  29, 


359,112 


64,515 


472  15 


56,583 
2,830 
2,456 

20,970 

19,652 
203,063 

10,369 


BSBO  18 


76  30 
1,117  00 


1,193  30 


544  04 
13,704  86 


14,248  90 


13,909  65 

707  50 

614  00 

5,242  50 

4,913  00 

50,765  75 

2,592  25 


313,090      7^,272  50 


2,833 


472  15 


315,923 


78,744  65 


511 
686 

41 

139,745 


127  75  6,814,034 

171  50!   i 

1  00!  

34,936  25   


311,415:      51,903  56 


6,820,431 
12,551j 
25 

3,289,141 


311,926 
686 
4 

139,745 


140,946      35,236  50 


21,327 
445 

8 1 

11,900 

577| 
9 

9,364 
134,690 


178,320 


5,331  75 

111  25 

2  00 

2,975  00 

144  25 

2  25 

2,341  00 

33,672  50 


6,814,034      311,415      51,903  56 


10,122,148 


452,361 


5.172,004  408,123 


68,022  24 


44,580  00    5,172,004      408.123      68.022  24 


5,586,876 
13,683 

60 
81,306 
13,238 

24 

342,433 
2,043,929 

8,081,549 


429,450 

445: 

8 

11,900 

577; 
9 

9,364! 
134,690 

586,443 


52,031  31 
171  50 
1  00 
34,936  25 


87,140  06 


73,353  99, 
111  25 
2  00 
2,975  00 
144  25 
2  25! 
2,341  00! 
33,672  50; 

112,602  24 


42 


CUSTOMS  DEPARTMENT  \\ 

1-2  EDWARD  VII.,  A.  1902 

No  1. — General  Statement 


Total  Imports. 


Articles  Imported. 


Countries. 


Quantity. 


Value. 


DUTIABLE  GOODS— Con. 

Cotton,  manufactures  of— 

Fabrics,   printed,  dyed  or  coloured, 
N.O.P  


Great  Britain. . . . 

Hong  Kong  

Newfoundland  . . . 
Austria-Hungary 

Belgium  

China  

France   

Germany  

Italy  

Japan  

Switzerland  

United  States. . . . 


Jeane,  coutilles  and  sateens  imported 
by  corset  and  dress  staymakers  for 
use  in  their  own  factories  


Total... 


Great  Britain. 

Denmark  

Germany .  . . 
United  States. 


Total. 


Handkerchiefs . 


Great  Britain. 

Hong  Kong  

Belgium  

China  

France  

Germany  

Japan  

Switzerland  

United  States. 


Total . 


Batts,  batting  and  sheet  wadding,  not 
bleached,  dyed  or  coloured  

Knitting  yarn,  hosiery  yarn  or  other 
cotton  yarn  not  bleached,  dyed  or 
coloured  

Wadding,  batting,  bleached,  dyed  or 
coloured   ... 


Great  Britain. 
United  States. 


Total. 


Great  Britain 
United  States. 


Total . 


Great  Britain . 
United  States. 


Total. 


Yds. 


24,165,332 
200 
183 
44,750 
3,009 
575 
344,238 
253,927 
288 
200 
111,881 
5,874,956 


30,799,539 


59,213 
763 
3,567 
1,050,185 


1,113,728 


Lbs. 

6,918 
132,618 


92,355 
30,298 


122,653 


534 
43,087 

43,621 


2,494,503 
8 
10 
1,190 
937 
55 
66,970 
43,074 
281 
5 

9,139 
336,686 


2,952,858 


11,002 
303 
968 

92,227 


104,500 


176.675 
32 
30 
11 
2,901 
1,921 
106 
16,921 
2,000 


200,597 


511 

9,926 


10,437 


19,000 
8,270 


27,270 


93 
4,417 

4,510 


TRADE  AND  NAVIGATION  43 


SESSIONAL  PAPER  No.  11 

of  Imports — Continued. 


Entered  for  Home  Consumption. 

General  Tariff. 

Preferential  Tariff. 

Total. 

Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity. 

Valu6. 

Duty. 

Quantity. 

Duty 
Collected. 

8 

87,956 
8 
10 
1,190 
568 
55 
65,103 
44,382 
281 
5 

8,647 
441,525 

$  cts. 

30,784  60 

2  80 

3  50 
416  50 
198  80 

19  25 
22,786  05 
15,533  70 
98  35 
1  75 
3,026  45 
154,533  76 

Yds. 
23,753,824 

s 

2,451,083 

S  cts. 
571,922  87 

Yds. 

24,518,808 
200 
183 
44,750 
1,809 
575 
330,568 
256,609 
288 
200 
110,580 
5,964,431 

S 

2,539,039 
8 
10 
1,190 
568 
55 
65,103 
44,382 
281 
5 

8,647 
441,525 

$  cts. 

602,707  47 

2  80 

3  50 
416  50 
198  80 

19  25 
22,786  05 
15,533  70 
98  35 
1  75 
3,026  45 
154,533  76 

649,730:    227,405  51 

23,753,824 

2,451,083 

571,922  87 

31,229,001 

3,100,813 

799,328  38 

303 
968 
92,227 

60  60 
193  60 
18,445  40 

59,213 

11,002 

1,466  99 

59,213 
763 
3,567 
1,050,185 

11,002 
303 
968 

92,227 

1,466  99 
60  60 
193  60 
18,445  40 

93,498      18,699  60 

59,213 

11,002 

1,466  99 

1,113,728 

104,500 

20,166  59 

9138 
32 
30 
11 
3,593 
1,921 
106 

3,198  30 
11  20 
10  50 
3  85 
1,257  55 
672  35 
37  Hi 

167,852 

39,165  70 

176,990 
32 
30 
11 
3,593 
1,921 
106 
16,923 
1,959 

42,364  00 
11  20 
10  50 
3  85 
1,257  55 
672  35 
37  10 
5,923  05 
685  65 

16.923        5.923  05 

1,959 

685  65 

33,713 

11,799  55 

167,852 

39,165  70 

201,565 

50,965  25 

84 

9,926 

21  00 
2,481  50 

Lbs. 
5,302 

427 

71  17 

Lbs. 

6,918 
132,618 

511 

9,926 

92  17 
2,481  50 

10,010 

2,502  50 

5,302 

427           71  17 

139,536 

10,437 

2,573  67 

203 
8,270 

50  75 
2,067  50 

91,605 

18,797 

3,132  86 

92,355 
30,298 

19,000 
8,270 

3,183  61 
2,067  50 

8,473 

2,118  25 

91,605 

18,797 

3,132  86 

122,653 

27,270 

5,251  11 

47 
4,417 

11  75 
1,104  25 

220 



46 

7  67 

534 
43.087 

93 
4,417 

19  42 
1,104  25 

4,464 

1,116  00 

220 

46 

7  67 

43,621 

4,510 

1,123  67 

44 


CUSTOMS  DEPARTMENT  ii 

1-2  EDWARD  VII.,  A.  1902 

No  1. — General  Statement 


Articles  Imported. 


Couki  RIES. 


Total  Imports. 


Quantity. 


Value. 


DUTIABLE  GOODS — Con. 

Cotton,  manufactures  of — 
Knitting  yarn,  hosiery  yarn,  &c,  dyed 
or  coloured  .    . . 


Cotton  warps,  N.E.S. 


Warp  on  beams. 


Seamless  bags. 


Sheets 


Shirts  of  cotton . 


Sewing  thread  on  spools . 


Great  Britain. 

Germany  

United  States. 

Total  


Great  Britain . 
United  States. 


Total . 


Great  Britain. 
United  States. 


Total. 


Great  Britain . 

France  

Holland  

United  States. 

Total  


Great  Britain . 
United  States 


Total. 


G  reat  Britain .... 

Hong  Kong  

Austria-Hungary 

China  

France  

Germany  

J  apan  

Switzerland  

United  States. . . . 


Total. 


Great  Britain. 

Belgium  

France  

Germany.  . 
United  States. 

Total  


Lbs. 


236,406 
171 

55,506 


51,954 
54 
12,937 


292,083 


64,945 


13,536 
17,256 


2,577 
4,131 


30,792 


6,708 


Yds. 
1,700 

39,525 


73 
1,552 


41,225 


1,625 


Lbs. 
4,187 
20 
300 
55,464 


1,043 
2 
30 
8,200 


59,971 


9,275 


1,589 
1,614 


3,203 


Doz. 
3,842 
6 
25 
24 
8 
524 
64 
9 

4,625 


20,833 
7 
384 
100 
57 
2,619 
187 
31 
21,573 


9,127 


45,791 


132,582 
12,755 
1,992 
2,605 
112,120 

262,054 


ii  TRA  DE  A  ND  XA  VIGA  TIOX 

SESSIONAL  PAPER  No.  11 

of  Imports — Continued. 


45 


Entered  for  Home  Consumption. 


General  Tariff. 

Preferential  Tariff. 

Total. 

Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty 
Collected. 

$ 

169 
54 
12,937 

I  cts. 

42  25 
13  50 
3,234  25 

Lbs. 
235,734 

$ 

51,495 

$  cts. 
8,582  56 

Lbs. 

236,275 
171 
55,506 

S 

51,664 
54 
12,937 

S  cts. 

8,624  81 
13  50 
3,234  25 

13,160 

3,290  00 

235,734 

51,495 

8,582  56 

291,952 

64,655 

11,872  56 

±o,ooo 

429  53 

13  536 
17!  256 

9  t77 
— ,D|  1 

4,131 

429  53 
1,032  75 

4,131 

1,032  75 

4,131 

1,032  75 

13,536 

2,577 

429  53 

30.792 

6,708 

1,462  28 

to 
1,552 

18  ZD 

388  00 

Yds. 
1  700 
39^525 

4o 

1,552 

1  Q  or, 
10  £u 

388  00 

1,625 

406  25 

41,225 

1,625 

406  25 

339 
2 
30 
8,200 

67  80 
0  40 
6  00 
1.640  00 

Lbs. 
3,268 

704 

93  88 

Lbs. 
4,187 
20 
300 
55,464 

1,043 
2 
30 
8,200 

161  68 
0  40 
6  00 
1.640  00 

Q  KP71 

156 
1,614 

1  71  i  on 
1,  i  14  J\) 

7(11 

Q  OTA 

l,oUo  Uo 

46  80 
484  20 

1,433 

286  60 

1,589 
1,614 

333  40 
484  20 

1,770 

531  00 

1  433 

286  60 

3,203 

817  60 

384 
7 
384 
100 
57 
3,050 
187 
31 
21,573 

134  40 
2  45 
134  40 
35  00 
19  95 
1,067  50 
65  45 
10  85 
7,550  55 

I  v ... 
DO£. 

3,611 

20,021 

4,671  75 

DOz. 

3,743 
6 
25 
24 
8 
624 
64 
9 

4,625 

20,405 
7 
384 
100 
57 
3,050 
187 
31 
21,573 

4,806  15 
2  45 
134  40 
35  00 
19  95 
1,067  50 
65  45 
10  85 
7.550  55 

25,773 

9,020  55 

3,611 

20,021 

4,671  75 

9,128 

45,794 

13,692  30 

462 
12,793 
2,199 
2,412 
112,020 

115  50 
3,198  25 
549  75 
603  00 
28,005  00 

131,239 

21,873  48 

131,701 
12,793 
2,199 
2,412 

112,020 

21,988  98 
3,198  25 
549  75 
603  00 

28,005  00 

129,886 

32,471  50 

131,239 

21,873  48 

261,125|         54,344  98 

46 


CUSTOMS  DEPARTMENT 


1-2  EDWARD  VII.,  A.  1902 

No.  1. — General  Statement 


Articles  Imported. 


DUTIABLE  GOODS —  Con. 

Cotton,  manufactures  of — 
Sewing  cotton  thread  in  hanks,  3  and 
6  cords  


Crochet  cotton    thread   on  spools  or 
tubes  or  in  balls  


All  other  cotton  threads,  N.E.S. . 


Bed  quilts  of  cotton,  N.O.P.. . 


Clothing. 


Blouses  and  shirt  waists . 


Countries. 


Great  Britain . 
United  States. . 


Total. 


Great  Britain. 

France  

Germany  

United  States. 


Total 


Great  Britain . 
United  States 


Total. 


Great  Britain .... 
Hong  Kong.  . .  . 
Newfoundland  . . 
Austria-Hungary 

China   

France  

Germany  

United  States. . . . 


Total. 


Great  Britain .... 

Hong  Kong  

Newfoundland . . . 

Australia  

Austria-Hungary 

China  .   

Denmark  

France.. .   

Germany  

Japan  

Switzerland  

United  States. . 


Total . 


Great  Britain. 

Germany  

United  States. 

Total  


Total  Imports. 


Quantity. 


Lbs. 


613,792 
78 


613,870 


-1,480 
4,965 


9,445 


No. 


77,938 
130 
1 

100 
113 
8 
15 
11,173 


89,478 


Value. 


377.698 
83 


377,781 


4,025 
170 
56 
11,334 


15,585 


1,917 
1,538 


3,45? 


63,978 
12 
1 
67 
74 
16 
23 
8,236 


72,407 


96,633 
808 
33 
193 
14 
1,604 
37 
5,166 
14,833 
1,975 
2,549 
193,163 


317,058 


960 
336 
14,353 

i:>,C.4!> 


Quantity. 


Lbs. 


1,310 
78 


1,388 


3 

4,965 


4,968 


No. 


1,650 
130 
1 

100 
113 
8 
15 
11,233 


13,250 


ii  TRA  DE  A  ND  XA  VIGA  TION 

SESSIONAL  PAPER  No.  11 

of  Imports — Continued. 


47 


Entered  for  Home  Consumption. 


General  Tariff. 


Preferential  Tariff. 


Total. 


Value. 

Duty.  Quantity. 

-  1 
Value.         Duty.  Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty 
Collected. 

S 

mi 
83 

$  cts. 

140  10 
12  45 

Lbs. 
612,482 

f 

376,764 

$  cts. 
37,676  40 

Lbs. 

613,792 
78 

•S 

377,698 
83 

S  cts. 

37,816  50 
12  45 

1,017 

152  55 

612,482 

376,764 

37,676  40 

613,870 

377,781 

37,828  95 

142 
170 
56 
11,334 

35  50 
42  50 
14  00 
2,833  50 

3,883 

647  20 

4.025  !               682  70 

170 
56 
11,334 

42  50 
14  00 

2,833  50 

11  702 

2,925  50 

3,883 

647  20 

15,585 

3,572  70 

4 

1,538 

1  00 
384  50 

4,477 

1,913 

318  66 

4,480 
4,965 

1,917 
1,538 

319  66 
384  50 

1,542 

385  50 

4,477 

1,913 

318  66 

9,445 

3,455 

704  16 

1,313 
12 
1 
67 
74 
16 
23 

8  242 

393  90 

3  60 
30 

20  10 
22  20 

4  80 
6  90 

2,472  60 

No. 
77,608 

63,867 

12,773  40 

No. 

79,258 
130 
j 

100 
in 

8 

15 
11,233 

65,180 
12 
1 
67 
74 
16 
23 
8,242 

13,167  30 

3  60 
30 

20  10 
22  20 

4  80 
6  90 

2,472  60 

9,748 

2,924  40 

77,608 

63,867 

12,773  40 

90,858 

73,615 

15,697  80 

O  71\ 
v,IOl 

928 
83 
193 
14 
1,604 
37 
4,629 
15,058 
1,975 
2,537 
190,107 

3.405  85 
324  80 
29  05 

88,030 

20,541  09 

97,761 
928 
83 
193 
14 
1,604 
37 
4,629 
15,058 
1,975 
2,537 
190,107 

23,946  94 
324  80 
29  05 
67  55 
4  90 
561  40 
12  95 
1,620  15 
5,270  30 
691  25 
887  95 
66,538  97 

4  90 
561  40 
12  95 
1,620  15 
5,270  30 
691  25 
887  95 
66,538  97 

226,896 

79,415  12 

88,030 

20,541  09 

314,926 

99,956  21 

126 
336 
14,218 

44  10 
117  60 
4,976  30 

834 

194  59 

960 
336 
14,218 

238  69 
117  60 
4,976  30 

14,680 

5,138  00 

834 

194  59 

15,514 

5,332  59 

48 


CUSTOMS  DEPARTMENT  ii 

1-2  EDWARD  VII.,  A.  1902 

No.  1. — General  Statement 


Total  Imports. 


Articles  Imported. 


DUTIABLE  GOODS— Con. 

Cotton,  manufactures  of — 
Damask,  &c,  of  cotton  N.O.P. 


Cotton  bags  made  up  by  the  use  of  the 
needle  not  otherwise  provided  for. . . 


Hosiery,  N.E.S. 


Lamp  wicks . 


Shawls 


Socks  and  stockings . 


Tape,  not  dyed  or  coloured 


Countries. 


Great  Britain. 

France  

Germany  

Japan   

United  States. 

Total  .... 


Great  Britain. 

France  

United  States. 


Total. 


Great  Britain. 

France   

Germany 
United  States. 

Total. . . 


Great  Britain . 

China  , 

France   

Germany  

United  States . 


Total. 


Great  Britain . 

Germany  

United  States . 


Total. 


Great  Britain . 

Belgium  

China  ,  

France   

Germany  ...... 

Switzerland. . . 
United  States . 

Total.... 


Great  Britain . 

Germany  

United  States. 

Total..  . 


Quantity. 


Doz.  pairs. 
38,495 
125 
23 
59 
28,492 
22 
3,552 


70,768 


Value. 


7,050 
156 
249 
7 

1,499 


8,961 


528 
273 
29,790 


30,591 


30,244 
39 
38,965 
12,892 


82,140 


445 
10 

886 
17 
7,053 


8,411 


1,754 


94 


1,848 


54,632 
195 
12 
50 
34,557 
27 
3,419 


92,892 


25,070 
2,095 
2,494 

29,659 


h  TRADE  AND  XA  VIGATION  49 

SESSIONAL  PAPER  No.  11 


of  Imports — Continued. 


Entered  for  Home  Consumption. 

1 

2 
3 

1 

4 

5 
6 

7 

General  Tariff. 

Preferential  Tariff. 

Total. 

Value. 

1   

Duty. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty. 

• 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty 
Collected. 

60 
156 
249 
"  7 
1  499 

$  cts. 

18  00 
46  80 
74  70 
2  10 
449  70 

1 

S 

6,990 

§  cts. 
1.398  00 

1 

7,050 
156 
249 
7 

1,499 

8  cts. 

1,416  00 
46  80 
74  70 
2  10 
449  70 







1,971 

591  30 

6,990 

1,398  00 

8,961 

1,989  30 



18 
273 

9Q  TOO 

6  30 
95  55 

.    .  t_''  o\j 

510 

119  00 

528 
273 
29,790 

125  30 
95  55 
10,426  50 

30  081 

10,528  35 

510 

119  00 

30.591           10.647  35 



6,303 
39 
38,889 
12  464 

2,206  05 
13  65 
13,611  05 
4,362  40 

24,666 

5,755  28 

30,969 
39 
38,889 
12,464 

7,961  33 
13  65 
13,611  05 
4,362  40 



57,695 

20,193  15 

24,666 

5,755  28 

82,361 

25,948  43 

4 
10 
886 
17 

1  00 

2  50 
221  50 

4  25 
1,755  25 

1,115 

185  83 

1,119 
10 
886 
17 

7.021 

186  83 
2  50 

221  50 
4  25 
1.755  25 



1 

/  ,*70O 

1,984  50j  

1  115 

185  83 

9,053 

2,170  33 

360  70 
18  60 
28  20 

67 
62 
m 

20  10 
18  60 
28  20 

1,703 

340  60 

1,770 
94 



223 

66  90 

1,703 

340  60 

1,926 

407  50 



14,242 
195 
1? 
50 
34,288 
27 
3,479 

4,984  70 
68  25 
4  20 
17  50 
12,000  80 
9  45 
1,217  65 

Doz.  pairs. 
24,490 

39,098 

9,123  05 

Doz.  pairs. 
37,369 
125 
23 
59 
2S.253 
22 
3,619 

53,340 
195 
12 
50 
34,288 
27 
3,479 

14,107  75 
68  25 
4  20 
17  50 
12,000  80 
9  45 
1,217  65 

52,293 

18,302  55)  24,490 

39,098 

9,123  OR 

69,470 

91,391 

27,425  60 

325 
2,095 
2,494 

81  25 
523  75 
623  50 

24,635 

4,106  12 

24,960 
2,095 
2,494 

4,187  37 
523  75 
623  50 

4,914 

1.228  50 

24,635 

4,106  12 

29,549 

5,334  62 

11— ii-4 


50  CUSTOMS  DEPARTMENT 

No 


ii 

1-2  edward  vii.,  a.  1902 
1. — General  Statement 


Total  Imports. 


DUTIABLE  GOODS — Con. 

Cotton,  manufactures  of — 
Tape,  dyed  or  coloured  


Articles  Imported. 


Towels . 


Undershirts  and  drawers , 


Uncoloured  cotton  fabrics,  bleached, 
viz. :  scrims  and  window  scrims, 
cambric  cloths,  muslin  apron  checks, 
brilliants,  cords,  piques,  diapers, 
lenos,  mosquito  nettings,  Swiss  jaco- 
net and  cambric  muslins,  and  plain, 
striped  or  checked  lawn  


Velvets,  velveteens  and  plush  fabrics, 
N.E.S  


Countries. 


Great  Britain. 

France  

Germany  

United  States . 


Total. 


Great  Britain. . . . 
Austria-  Hungary . 

China  

France  

Germany  

Japan  

Russia  

Switzerland  

United  States . 

Total  


Great  Britain . 

China  

France  

Germany  

Switzerland. . . 
United  States . 


Total. 


Great  Britain 

France  

Germany .... 
Switzerland. 
United  States 

Total  . 


Great  Britain .  .  . 
Austria-Hungary 

France  

Germany  

Switzerland  

United  States .  . . 

Total  


Quantity. 


Yds. 


1,217,482 
9,217 
100,983 
37,271 
104,187 


1,469,140 


1,054,139 
1,102 
12,229 
72,452 
1,079 
105,899 

1,246,900 


Value. 


21,676 
39 
595 
3,179 


25,489 


25,195 
4 
1 

275 
7 

15 
21 
2 

1,445 


26,965 


1,743 
9 

12 
1,918 

62 
3,960 


7,704 


119,078 
1,213 
3,483 
4,500 
6,481 


134,755 


230,459 
187 
6,0li5 
22,161, 
309 
37,728' 

296,909 


251,979 


ii  TRADE  AND  NAVIGATION 

SESSIONAL  PAPER  No.  11 

of  Imports — Continued. 


51 


Entered  for  Home  Consumption. 


General  Tariff. 

Preferential  Tariff. 

Total. 

Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty. 


Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty 
Collected. 

S 

4,946 
39 
595 
3,179 

S  cts. 

1,731  10 
13  65 
208  25 
1,112  65 

•> 

16,730 

S  cts. 
3,903  82 

s 

21,676 
39 
595 
3,179 

$  cts. 

5,634  92 
13  65 
208  25 
1,112  65 

8,759 

3,065  65 

16,730 

3,903  82 

25.489             fi  969  47 

941 
4 
1 

275 
7 
15 
21 
2 

1,343 

282  30 

1  20 
0  30 

82  50 

2  10 
4  50 
6  30 
0  60 

402  90 

24,746 

4,949  20 

25,687 
4 
1 

275 
7 
15 
21 
2 

1,343 

5,231  50 

1  20 
0  30 

82  50 

2  10 
4  50 
6  30 
0  60 

402  90 



2,609 

782  70 

24.746 

4.949  20 

27,355 

5,731  90 

1 

182 
9 
12 
1,918 
62 
4,185 

63  70 

3  15 

4  20 
671  30 

21  70 
1,464  75 

1,561 

364  28 

1,743 
9 

12 
1,918 

62 
4,185 

427  98 

3  15 

4  20 
671  30 

21  70 
1,464  75 

6,368 

2,228  80 

1,561 

364  28 

7,929 

2,593  08 

3,804 
1,213 
3,483 
2,720 
6,472 

951  00 
303  25 
870  75 
680  00 
1,618  00 

Yds. 
1,184,903 

115,894 

19,316  14 

Yds. 

1,221,919 
9,217 
100,983 
27.271 
103,803 

119,698 
1,213 
3,483 
2,720 
6,472 

20,267  14 
303  25 
870  75 
680  00 
1,618  0C 

17,692 

4,423  00 

1,184,903 

115,894 

19,316  14 

1,463,193 

133,586 

23,739  14 

20,184 
187 
3,034 

22,123 
309 

37,824 

6,055  20 
56  10 
910  20 
6,636  90 
92  70 
11,347  20 

987,735 

212,909 

42,581  79 

1,051,114 
1,102 
7,843 
72,420 
1,079 
106,156 

233,063 
187 
3,034 
22,123 
309 
37,824 

48,636  99 
56  10 
910  20 
6,636  90 
92  70 
11,347  20 

83,661 

25,098  30 

987,735 

212,909      42,581  79 
.  1  

1,239,714 

296,570 

67,680  09 

11— ii— 4^ 


52 


CUSTOMS  DEPARTMENT  H 

1-2  EDWARD  VII.,  A.  1902 

No.  1. — General  Statement 


Total  Imports. 


Articles  Imported. 


Countries. 


Quantity. 


Value. 


Quantity. 


dutiable  goods—  Con. 

Cotton,  manufactures  of — 
Other  articles  made  by  the  seamstress 
from  cotton  fabrics,  N.O.P  


Great  Britain . . 
Newfoundland . 

China  

France  

Germany  

Japan  

Switzerland. . . . 

Turkey  

United  States. . 


Crape,  black . 


Cuffs  of  cotton,  linen,  xylonite,  xyolite  or 
celluloid  


Curtains  and  shams,  when   made  up, 
trimmed  or  untrimraed  


Cyclometers  and  pedometers . 


Dressing,  harness,  leather  and  shoe. 


Total 


Great  Britain 
Austria-Hungary. 

France  , 

Germany  

United  States  


Total 


Great  Britain . 
Switzerland.  . . 
United  States. 

Total .... 


Great  Britain .... 

Hong  Kong. ..... 

Austria-Hungary. 

China  

Egypt  

France.. 

Germany  

J  apan  

Switzerland  

United  States. . . . 


Total 


United  States. 


Great  Britain . 

Belgium  

France  

Germany  

United  States. 

Total .... 


24,316 
16 
24 
861 
3,626 
61 
695 
265 
43,237 


73,101 


20,127 
88 
1,414 
207 
502 

22,338 


Pairs. 


4,453 

756 

312 

58 

312 

3,152 

559 

2,408 

7,917 

1,373 

2,720 

304,598 
6 
270 
75 
42 
30,138 
3,709 
1,417 
40,113 
55,437 


Pairs. 


435,805 


168 


1,158 
134 
295 

1,067 
47,910 

50,564 


ii  TRADE  AND  yATIGATION 

SESSIONAL  PAPER  No.  11 

of  Imports — Continued. 


53 


Entered  for  Home  Consumption. 


General  Tariff. 


Preferential  Tariff. 


Total. 


Value. 

Duty.  Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty 
Collected. 

4  053 
16 
24 
861 
3,944 
61 
695 
265 
43,041 

S  cts. 

1,418  55 
5  60 
8  60 
301  35 
1,380  40 
21  35 
243  25 
92  75 
15,064  01 

$ 

20,557 

S  cts. 
4,796  82 

S 

24,610 
16 

24 
861 
3,944 
61 
695 
265 
43,041 

8  cts. 

6,215  37 
5  60 
8  60 
301  35 
1,380  40 
21  35 
243  25 
92  75 
15,064  01 



52,960 

18,535  86 

20,557 


4,796  82 

73,517 

23,332  68 

1,238 
88 
1,414 
207 

502 

247  60 
17  60 

282  80 
41  40 

100  40 

18,989 

2,531  99 

20,227 
88 
1,414 

207 
502 

2,779  59 
17  60 

2^2  80 
41  40 

100  40 

3,449 

689  80 

18,989 


2,531  99 

22,438 

3,221  79 

Pairs. 
4,583 

777 

.... 

181  30 

Pairs. 

4,583 
312 
2,408 

777 
58 
466 

181  30 
20  30 
163  10 

58 
466 

20  30 
163  10 

524 

183  40 

4,583 

777 

181  30 

7,303 

1,301 

364  70 

31,117 
6 
270 
75 
42 
30,103 
3.700 

10,890  95 
2  10 
94  50 
2*5  25 
14  70 
10,536  05 
1.298  15 

274,506 

64,052  84 

305,623 
6 
270 
75 
42 
30,103 
3.709 

74,943  79 
2  10 
94  50 
26  25 
14  70 
10,536  05 
1  998  In 

1.355          474  25 

1,355|            474  25 
40,324         14,113  40 
.V>  443i           19.405  On 

40,324 
55,443 

14,113  40 
19,405  05 

162,444 

56,855  40 

274,506 

64,052  84 

436,950 

120,908  24! 

168 

42  00 

168 

42  00 

isi 

295 
1,067 
47,765 

1  75 
33  50 
73  75 
266  75 
11,941  25 

1,208 

201  49 

1,215 
134 
295 

1,067 
47,765 

203  24 
33  50 
73  75 

266  75 
11,941  25 

49,268 

12,317  00    1,208 

201  49 

50,476 

12,518  49 

54 


CUSTOMS  DEPARTMENT  H 

1-2  EDWARD  VII.,  A.  1902 

No  1. — General  Statement 


Total  Imports. 


Articles  Imported. 


Countries. 


Quantity. 


Value. 


Quantity. 


DUTIABLE  GOODS — Con. 

Drugs,  dyes,  chemicals  and  medicines — 
Acids — 

Acetic  and  pyroligneous,  N.E.S.,  not 
exceeding  proof  strength  


ii  Acetic  and  pyroligneous  in  excess  of 
the  strength  of  proof  


Acetic  and  pyroligneous  crude,  of  any 
strength  not  exceeding  30  per  cent . . 


„  Phosphate,  N.O.P  ...   

„  Mixed,  N.E.S  

ti  Muriatic  and  nitric  , 

ii  Sulphuric  ,  

n  Other,  N.E.S  , 

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


Galls. 


Galls. 


Great  Britain . 
United  States, 

Total .... 

Great  Britain . 

Belgium  

France  

Germany 
United  States, 

Total 

Great  Britain , 
United  States, 

Total .... 

Great  Britain , 

France  

United  States, 

Total .... 

Great  Britain , 

Germany  

United  States. 

Total .... 

Great  Britain . 

Germany  

United  States, 

Total  .... 

Great  Britain . 
United  States, 

Total .... 

Great  Britain , 

Germany  

United  States 

Total  ... 


United  States. 


781 
102 


214 

25 


5 
102 


883 


239 


107 


3,204 
200 
1 

88 
1,706 

5,199 


2,529 
128 
1 
86 
465 


214 
120 
464 
18 
1,606 


3,209 


2,422 


78 
3,222 


110 
941 


3,222 


3,300 


1,051 


3,222 


Lbs. 

1.902 
1,155 
156,550 


126 
114 

8,798 


Lbs. 

1,845 
1.15T. 
156,610 


159,607 


9,038 


159,610 


2,340 
900 
78,796 

82,036 


817 

339 
3,655 

4,811 


75 
400 
78,796 


79,271 


285 
100 
262,748 


27 
11 

5,422 


100 
262,442 


263,133 


593 
448,735 

449,328 


5,460 


75 
5,250 


262,542 


50 

448,015 


5,325 


448,065 


73,120 
8,635 
359,124 


16,519 
2,562 
26,627 


5,370 
8,286 
361,919 


440,879 


45,708 


375,575 


377 


146 


377 


ii 

SESSIONAL  PAPER  No.  11 

of  Imports — Continued. 


TRADE  AND  NAVIGATION 


55 


Entered  fob  Home  Consumption. 


General  Tariff. 

Preferential  Tariff. 

Total. 

Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity. 

Value.    1  Duty. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty 
Collected. 

S 

5 
25 

S  cts. 

0  75 
15  30 

Galls. 

776 

209 

8  cts. 
77  60 

Galls. 

781 
102 

S 

214 

2c 

i  cts. 

78  35 
15  30 

30 

16  05 

776 

209 

77  60 

883 

239 

93  65 

2,845  42 
66  00 
255  20 
8  80 
904  78 

191 

94 
582 

16 
465 

105  05 
66  00 
255  20 
8  80 
904  78 

2,509 

2,019 

2,740  37 

2,723 
120 
464 
18 

1,606 

*  2,210 
94 

582 
16 
465 

.1,348 

1,339  83 

2,509 

2,019 

2,740  37 

4,931 

3,367 

4,080  20 

18  34 
235  25 

941 

235  25 

78 

110 

18  34 

78 
3,222 

110 
941 

941 

235  25 

78 

110 

18  34 

3,300 

1,051 

253  59 

114 
114 

8,818 

28  50 
28  50 
2,204  50 

Lbs. 

57 

12 

2  00 

Lbs. 

1,902 
1,155 
156,610 

126 
114 

8,818 

30  50 
28  50 
2,204  50 

9,046 

2,261  50 

57 

12 

2  00 

159,667 

9,058 

2,263  50 

25 
233 
3,655 

5  00 
46  60 
731  00 

2,265 

792 

105  60 

2,340 
400 
78,796 

817 
233 
3,655 

110  60 
46  60 
731  00 

3,913 

782  60 

2,265 

792 

105  60 

81,536 

4,705 

888  20 

11 

5,381 

2  20 
1,076  20 

285 

27 

3  61 

285 
100 
262,442 

27 
11 
5,381 

3  61 
2  20 
1,076  20 

5,392 

1,078  40 

285 

27 

3  61 

262,827 

5,419 

1,082  01 

40 
5,197 

10  00 
1,299  25 

543 

35 

5  84 

593 
448,015 

75 
5,197 

15  84 
1,299  25 

5,237 

1,309  25 

543 

35 

5  84 

448,608 

5,272 

1,315  09 

1,696 
2,510 
26,698 

339  20 
502  00 
5,339  60 

71,991 

15,738 

2,098  41 

77,361 
8,286 
361,919 

17,434 
2,510 
26,698 

2,437  61 
502  00 
5,339  60 

30,904 
146 

6,180  80 

71,991 

15,738 

2,098  41 

447,566 

46,642 

8,279  21 

29  20 

377 

146 

29  20 

56  CUSTOMS  DEPARTMENT 


1-2  EDWARD  VII.,  A.  1902 

No.  1. — General  Statement 


Articles  Imported. 

Countries. 

Total  Imports. 

Quantity.  Value. 

Quantity. 

DUTIABLE  GOODS — Con. 

Drugs,  dyes,  chemicals  and  medicines — 

Great  Britain  

United  States  

Total  

GrFG&t  Britfiin 
Belgium 

Total  

Lbs. 

42,181 
2'200 
27 
■»i,ooy 
53,502 

65,798 

• 

12,599 
326 
9 

7,937 
9,673 

20,433 

Lbs. 

2,627 
2,200 
27 
31,922 
49,739 
200 
66,528 

205,767 

51,046 

153,243 

222,442 

5,544 
240,570 
842,406 

1,920,991 

21,845 

848 
22,134 
59,695 

CO  At* 7 
DO,  in)/ 

168,489 

15  439 
17]  600 
.  5  544 

oak  ctcn 

752,026 

/ji/v  Ann 

610,029 
1,605,900 

3,537 
161 
10 
16,050 

Glycerine  imported  by  manufacturers 
of  explosives  for  use  in  the  manu- 
facture thereof  in  their  own  factories 

Other,  N.E.S  

Total  

19,758 

717,751 

84,519 

63,108 
325 
63,095 

126,528 

United  States  

Total  

Great  Britain  

Total  

Great  Britain .  ... 

Total  

B.  E.  Indies  

63,095 
780,846 

8,675 
93,194 

792,066 

1/  OjOUJ 

89,873 
24,585 

10,615 
175, 502 

967,568 

15,107 
1,212 
9,200 
3,813 

114,458 

7,864 
606 
5,017 
1,365 

186,117 

2,542 
1,524 
8,784 
3,813 

29,332 

14,852 

16,663 

43,432 
37,847 
168 
4,066 

157,689 
142,461 
£53 
9,355 

880 

Total  

United  States  

168 
4,060 

85,513 
11,911 

309,858 
2,531 

5,108 
11,911 

g  TRADE  AND  NAVIGATION 

SESSIONAL  PAPER  No.  11 

of  Imports — Continued. 


57 


Entered  for  Home  Consumption. 




General  Tariff. 

Preferential  Tariff. 

Total. 

Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty.  Quantity. 

Value. 

Dutv 
Collected. 

1 

399 
326 
9 

6,803 
9,279 
69 
20,687 

$  cts. 

99  75 
81  50 
2  25 
1,700  75 
2,319  75 
17  25 
5,171  75 

Lbs. 
43,389 

8 

13,610 

8  cts. 
2,268  53 



Lbs. 

46  016 
2  200 
2~ 

31,922 
49  739 
200 
66,528 

a 

14,009 
326 
9 

6,803 
9,279 
69 
20,687 

8  cts. 

2.000  Zc 
81  50 
2  25 

1,700  75 

2,319  75 
17  25 

5,171  75 

37,572 

9,393  00 

43,389 

13,610 

2,268  53 

196,632 

51,182 

11,661  53 

2,746 
L168 
848 
19,430 
54,797 
63,967 

686  50 
292  00 
212  00 
4,857  50 
13,699  25 
15,991  75 

233,305 

21,874 

3,645  72 

248,744 
17,600 
5,544 
205.202 
752,026 
oiu,u2y 

24,620 
1,168 
848 
19,430 
54,797 
63,967 

4,332  22 
292  00 
212  00 
4,857  50 
13,699  25 
15,991  75 

142,956 

35,739  00 

233,305 

21,874 

3,645  72 

1,839,200 

164,830 

39,384  72 

99 
161 
10 
16,050 

24  75 
40  25 
2  50 
4,012  50 

3,179 

529  84 

3,278 
161 
10 
16,050 

554  59 
40  25 
2  50 
4,012  50 

16,320 

4,080  00 

3,179 

529  84 

19,499;          4,609  84 

7,800 
91 
8,675 

1,560  00 
18  20 
1,735  00 

706,327 

82,178 



10,957  09 

769,435 
325 
63,095 

89,978 
91 
8,675 

12,517  09 
18  20 
1,735  00 

16,566 

3,313  20 

706,327 

82,178 

10,957  09 

832,855 

98,744 

14,270  29 

1,300 
24,585 

130  00 
2,458  50 

779,451 

88,573 

5,905  26 

790,066 
175,502 

89,873          6,035  26 
24,585           2,458  50 

25,885 

2,588  50  779,451 

88,573 

5,905  26 

965,568 

114,458           8,493  76 

1,315 
709 
4,794 
1,365 

263  00  13,727 

141  80   

958  80   

273  00   

7,118 

949  08 

16,269 
1,524 
8,784 
3,813 

8,433 
709 
4,794 
1,365 

1,212  08 
141  80 
958  80 
273  00 

8,183 

1,636  60  13,727 

7,118 

949  08 

30,390 

15,301)          2,585  68 

2,345 

353 
9,345 

880  00 

i68  06 
4,060  75 

47,683 
28,511 

178,931 
106,487 

31,788  75 
19,007  33 

48,563 
28,511 
168 
4,060 

181,276         32,668  75 
106,487         19,007  33 
353             168  00 
9,345'          4,060  75 

12,043 

5,108  75 

76,194 

285,418 

50,796  08 

81,302 

297,461 

55,904  83 

2,531 

506  20 

  11,911 

2,531 

506  20 

58  CUSTOMS  DEPARTMENT 

No. 


ii 

1-2  edward  vii.,  a.  1902 
1. — General  Statement 


Articles  Imported. 


DUTIABLE  GOODS — Con. 


Drugs,  dyes,  chemicals  and  medicines — 
Liquorice,  paste  


Liquorice,  in  rolls  and  sticks . 


Magnesia . 


Milk  food  and  other  similar  prepara- 
tions     


Morphine  

Opium,  powdered  

Proprietary  medicines  in  liquid  form, 
containing  alcohol  


Countries. 


Great  Britain 

France  

Italy  

Turkey  

United  States. 


Total. 


Great  Britain .   

France  

Italy  

Norway  and  Sweden. 
United  States  


Total. 


Great  Britain.  , 
United  States. . 


Total. 


Great  Britain . 

Belgium  

Switzerland. . . 
United  States. 


Total 


Great  Britain . 
United  States. 


Total. 


Great  Britain . 
United  States. 


Total 


Great  Britain .... 
Austria-  Hungary. 

France  

Germany  

United  States. . . . 


Total 


Total  Imports. 


Quantity. 


Lbs. 


44,376 
233 
7,600 
1,104,672 
93,911 


1,250,792 


9,470 
200 

1,621 
675 
312,587 


324,553 


2,673 
71,508 


74,181 


3,337 
115 


3,452 


109 

53 


162 


Value. 


3,257 
23 
1,026 
72,027 
7,392 


83,725 


1,284 
20 
162 
132 
26,780 


28,378 


341 
3,539 


9,715 
70 
6,210 
32,360 


48,355 


3,978 
327 


4,305 


305 
163 


468 


3,774 
17 
5,667 
2,615 
60,633 

72,706 


ii  TRADE  AND  NAVIGATION 

SESSIONAL  PAPER  No.  11 

op  Imports — Continued. 


59 


Entered  for  Home  Consumption. 


General  Tariff.                          Preferential  Tariff. 

Total. 

Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity . 

Value. 

Duty 
Collected . 

1 

5,322 
23 
1,026 
79,637 
6,552 

$  Ct8. 

1,064  40 
4  60 
205  20 
15,927  40 
1,310  40 

Lbs. 

s 

1  cts. 

Lbs. 

73,909 
233 
7,600 
1,219,411 
'~82^323 

5,322 
23 
1,026 
79,637 
6,'552 

S  cts. 

1,064  40 
4  60 
205  20 
15,927  40 
L310  40 

92,560      18,512  00 

1,383,476 

92,560 

18,512  00 

992 
20 
162 
132 
26  730 

198  40 
4  00 
32  40 
26  40 
5  346  00 

4,225 

415 

55  36 

9,878 
200 

1,621 
675 
312,487 

1,407 
20 
162 
132 
26,730 

253  76 
4  00 
32  40 
26  40 
5,346  00 

28,036 

5,607  20 

4,225 

415 

55  36 

324,861 

28,451 

5,662  56 

3,542 

708  40 

2,673 

341 

45  48 

2,673 
71,606 

341 

3,542 

45  48 
708  40 

3,542 

708  40 

2,673           34lj           45  48j  74,279 

Si  983 

753  88 

660 
70 
6,840 
35,011 

198  00 
21  00 
2,052  00 
10,503  30 

8,993 

1,798  60 

9,653 
70 
6,840 
35  011 

1,996  60 
21  00 
2,052  00 
10  Vti  so 

42,581 

12,774  30 

8,993 

1,798  60 

51,574 

14,572  90 

327 

65  40 

3,587 

4,273 

569  73 

3,587 
115 

327 

569  73 
"65  40 

327 

65  40 

3,587 

4,273 

569  73 

3,702 

4,600 

635  13 

120 
163 

54  00 
71  55 

69 

185 

62  10 

109 

305 
163 

116  10 

71  55 

283 

125  55 

69 

185 

62  10 

162 

468 

187  65 

3,917 
17 
5,714 
2,664 
60,462 

1,958  50 
8  50 
2,857  00 
1,332  00 

3,917 
17 
5,714 
2,664 
60,462 

1,958  50 
8  50 
2,857  00 
1,332  00 
30,231  00 

30,231  00 

72,774 

36,387  00 

72,774 

36,387  00 



60  CU8T0M8  DEPARTMENT 

No. 


ii 

1-2  edward  vii.,  a.  1902 
1. — General  Statement 


Total  Imports. 


Articles  Imported. 


DUTIABLE  GOODS— Con. 

Drugs,  dyes,  chemicals  and  medicines — 
Proprietary  medicines    not  otherwise 
provided  for  


Great  Britain .... 

Hong  Kong  

Austria-Hungary. 

Belgium  

China  

France  

Germany  .   

Holland  

Japan  

Switzerland  

United  States. . . . 


Potash  or,  potassa  bicarbonate  of  

Soda  bicarbonate  of  

Sulphuric  ether,  chloroform  and  solu 
tions  of  peroxides  of  hydrogen  


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


Yeast  cakes . . . 


Yeast  compressed  in  packages  weighing 
less  than  50  lbs  


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


Countries. 


Total. 


Great  Britain. 
United  States. 

Total  


Great  Btitain . 

Germany  

United  States. 


Total 


Great  Britain. 

France  

Germany  

Switzerland.  . 
United  States. 


Total 


Great  Britain. 

France  

Germany  

United  States. 


Total 


Great  Britain. 
United  States. 

Total  .... 


United  States. 
United  States. 


Quantity. 


Value. 


Lbs. 


812 
6,968 


7,780 


2,503,282 
11,400 
1,856,159 


4,370,841 


7,279 
4,150 

18,990 
192 

16,273 


46,884 


593 
530 


240,587 


241,710 


56 
1,663 


1,719 


3,389 


208,435 


Quantity. 


72,984 
338 
5 
115 
1,085 
18,976 
3,128 
869 
287 
417 
207,807 


306,011 


70 
387 


457 


24,048 
316 
40,482 


64,846 


6,382 
528 

3,821 
125 

6,438 


17,294 


8,486 


8,588 


9 

226 


235 


831 


47,900 


ii  TRADE  AND  NAVIGATION  61 

SESSIONAL  PAPER  No.  11 

of  Imports — Continued. 


Entered  for  Home  Consumption*. 


General  Tariff. 

Preferential  Tariff. 

Total. 

Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity. 

Value.  1 

Duty. 

Quantity. 

vain*,   l  Duty 

value.  Collected. 

$ 

3,494 
338 
5 
115 
1,085 
20.071 
2,764 
869 
287 
417 
206,694 

S  cts. 

873  50 
84  50 
1  25 
28  75 
271  25 
5,167  75 
691  00 
217  25 
71  75 
104  25 
51,673  50 

* 

65,750 

$  cts. 
10,958  78 

S 

69,244 
338 
5 
115 
1,085 
20,671 
2,764 
869 
287 
417 
206,694 

$  cts. 

11,832  28 
84  50 
1  25 
28  75 
271  25 
5,167  75 
691  00 
217  25 
71  75 
104  25 
51,673  50 

9Sn  739 

m  1R4  75 

65,750 

10,958  78 

302,489;         70,143  53 



492 

98  40 

Lbs. 
812 

70 

9  34 

Lbs. 

812 
8,618 

70 

492 

9  34 
98  40 

492 

98  40 

812 

70 

9  34 

9,430 

562 

107  74 

17 

3 

40,309 

3  40 
60 

8,061 

2,508,356 

24,205 

3,227  37 

2,509,476 
10,100 
1,867,615 

24,222 
3 

40,309 

3,230  77 
60 

8,061  80 

40,329 

8,065  80 

2,508,356 

24,205 

3,227  37 

4,387,191 

64,534 

11,293  17 

718 
57 
3,645 

125 
7,238 

179  50 
14  25 

911  25 
31  25 
1,809  50 

6,233 

5,265 


877  53 

6,895 
350 

18,250 
192 

18,126 

5,983 
57 
3,645 
125 
7,238 

1,057  03 
14  25 
911  25 
31  25 

1,809  50 

11,783 

2,945  75 

6,233 

5,265 

877  53 

43,813 

17,048           3,823  28 

1 

6 

15 
8,486 

0  35 
2  10 
5  25 
2,970  10 

563 

64 

14  94 

593 
90 
220 
240,387 

65 
6 
15 
8,486 

15  29 
2  10 
5  25 
2,970  10 

8,508 

2,977  80 

563 

64 

14  94 

241,490 

8,572 

2,992  74 

5 
226 

1  68 
99  75 

28 

4 

1  Oi 

56 
1,663 

9 
226 

2  77 
99  75 

231 

101  43 

28 

4 

1  09 

1,719 

235 

102  52 

831 

1         203  34 

3,389 

831 

203  34 



47.90C 

6,253  0c 

»   

208,435 

47,900 

6,253  05 

62  CUSTOMS  DEPARTMENT 

No. 


ii 

1-2  edward  vii.,  a.  1902 
1. — General  Statement 


Total  Imports. 


Articles  Imported. 


DUTIABLE  GOODS— Con. 

Drugs,  dyes,  chemicals  and  medicines — 
All  other  drags,  dyes  and  chemicals  not 
otherwise  provided  for  


Earthen  and  chinaware  (see  bricks  and  tiles) 
Baths,  tubs  and  washstands  of  earthen 
ware,  stone,  cement  or  clay  or  of  other 
materials,  N.O.P  


Brown  or  coloured  earthen  and  stone- 
ware and  rockinghamware   


Decorated,  printed  or 
earthenware,  N.E.S. 


sponged  and  all 


Demijohns,  churns  or  crocks. 


Countries. 


Great  Britain  

B.  W.  Indies  

Newfoundland  

Austi-ia-Hungary  . . 

Belgium  

China  

France   

Germany  

Italy  

Japan   

Norway  &  Sweden . 

Switzerland  

United  States  


Total 


Great  Britain .  . 
Newfoundland . 

China  

United  States  . 


Total 


Great  Britain. 

China  

Germany  

Japan   

United  States. 


Total 


Great  Britain. . . 

Hong  Kong  

Austria- Hungary 

Belgium  

China  

France   

Germany  

Holland  

Japan  

Mexico  

United  States  . . 

Total   


Great  Britain . 

France   

Germany  

United  States 

Total  ..  . 


Quantity. 


Value. 


203,970 
26 
142 
2,639 
1,339 
291 
12,093 
82,294 
224 
2,036 
637 
9,202 
249,106 


563,999 


797 
1 
4 

21,783 


22,585 


9,970 
2 

1,071 
629 
7,656 


19,328 


233,115 
94 
2,339 
268 
58 
4,280 
12,183 
19 
4,250 
8 

18,150 
274,764 


464 
84 
14 

407 

<>69 


Quantity. 


ii 

SESSIONAL  PAPER  No.  11 

of  Imports — Continued. 


TRADE  AND  NAVIGATION 


63 


Entered  fob  Home  Consumption*. 


General  Tariff. 


Value. 


33,192 
26 
142 
2,639 
359 
291 
13,184 
64,096 
224 
1,925 
11 
9,694 
244,206 


Preferential  Tariff. 


Total. 


Duty.       Quantity. I   Value.         Duty.     i  Quantity. 
S  cts.  >  S  cts. 


6,638  40 
5  20 
28  40 
527  80 
71  80 
58  20 
2,636  80 
12,819  20 
44  80 
385  00 
2  20 
1,938  80 
48,841  20 


150,133 


20,018  24 


Value . 


183,325 
26 
142 
2,639 
359 
291 
13,184 
64,096 
224 
1,925 
11 
9,694 
244,206 


Duty 
Collected. 


369,989 


73,997  80! 


150,133      20,018  24 


520.122 


19 
1 
4 

21,783 


5  70 

0  30 

1  20 
6,534  90 


813 


162  60 


832 
1 
4 

21.7-3 


21,8071       6,542  10 


813'         162  60 


22,620 


156 

2 

1,071 

629 
7,656 


46  80 
0  60 
321  30 
188  70 
2,296  80 


9,814        1,962  80, 


9,970, 
2| 
1,071 
629 
7,656 


9,514 


2,854  20 


9,814       1,962  80 


19,328 


3,397: 
94 
2,308' 
268 
58 
2,S82j 
12,860! 
19| 
4,314 
8i 

17,288 


1,019  10 
28  20 
692  m 
80  40! 
17  40 
864  GOj 
3,858  00 
5  70 
1,294  20 
2  40 
5,186  40 


248,347      49,669  40 


251,744 
94 

2,308 
268 
58 
2,882 
12,860 
19 
4,314 
8 

17,288 


43,496!      13.04S  80  . 


84 
17 
407 

508 


25  20 
5  10 
122  10 


152  40  . . . 


248,347i      49,669  40; 


464 


92  80 


464 


92  80 


291,843: 


464 
84 
17 

407 

972 


245  20 


64 


CUSTOMS  DEPARTMENT 


ii 


1-2  EDWARD  VII.,  A.  1902 

No.  1. — General  Statement 


Articles  Imported. 


DUTIABLE  GOODS — Gon. 

Earthen  and  Chinaware — 
White  granite  or  ironstone  ware,  C.  C. 
or  cream  coloured  ware.  


China  and  porcelain  ware. 


Earthenware  tiles 


Manufactures  of  earthenware,  N.E.S. . . 


Eggs. 


Countries. 


Great  Britain. . . . 
Austria-Hungary 

China  

France   

Germany ...  .  . 

Japan  . .  .   

United  States  . . . 


Total 


Great  Britain .... 
Hong-Kong  . .  . 
Austria-  H  ungary 

Belgium  

China   

Denmark  

France   

Germany  

Holland  

Italy  

Japan   

United  States  . . 


Total 


Great  Britain. 

Belgium  

France   

Germany  

United  States 


Total 


Great  Britain .... 
Austria-Hungary. 

China  

Denmark  

France  

Germany  

Holland  

Italy  

Japan  

Mexico  

United  States  


Total. 


H  ong  Kong. . . 

China  

United  States. 

Total.... 


Total  Imports. 


Quantity. 


Value. 


Doz. 


4,670 
11,433 
937,772 

1)53,875 


217,418 
544 
72 
1,864 
2,544 
47 
4,427 

226,916 


99,868 
422 
9,220 

8 

2,003 
296 
37,474 
150,054 
42 
241 
16,639 
19,826 


336,093 


3,521 
140 
409 
513 
29,081 


33,664 


136,933 
287 
211 
26 
10,560 
12,017 
129 
63 
3,458 
16 
61,039 


224,739 


277 
777 
193,468 

194,522 


Quantity. 


Doz. 


4,670 
11,433 
935,642 

951,745 


ii 

SESSIONAL  PAPER  No.  11 

of  Imports — Continued. 


TRADE  AND  NAVIGATION 


65 


Entered  for  Home  Consumption. 


General  Tariff. 

Preferential  Tariff. 

Total. 

Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty 
Collected. 

$ 

1,239 

§  cts. 
371  70 

f 

184,730 

S  cts. 
36,946  00 

8 

185,969 

$  cts. 
37,317  70 

72 
97° 
2.239 

47 
4,427 

21  60 
291  60 
671  70 

14  10 
1,328  10 

72 
972 
2,239 

47 
4,427 

21  60 
291  60 
671  70 

14  10 
1,328  10 

8,996 

2,698  80 

184,730 

36,946  00 

193,726 

39,644  80 

9,151 
422 
10,177 
g 

1,778 
296 
38,086 
145,172 
42 
241 
16,321 
19,715 

2,745  30 
126  60 
3,053  10 
2  40 
533  40 
88  80 
11,425  80 
43,551  60 
12  60 
72  30 
4,896  30 
5,914  50 

89,598 

17,919  60 

98,749 
422 
10,177 
8 

1,778 
296 
38,086 
145,172 
42 
241 
16,321 
19,715 

20,664  90 
126  60 
3,053  10 
2  40 
533  40 
88  80 
11,425  SO 
43,551  60 
12  60 
72  30 
4,896  30 
5,914  50 

241,409 

72,422  70 

89,598 

17,919  60 

331,0071         90,342  30 

162 
140 
409 
513 
29,150 

56  70 
49  00 
143  15 
179  55 
10,202  50 

4,039 

942  17 

4,201 
140 
409 
513 
29,150 

998  87 
49  00 
143  15 
179  55 
10,202  50 

30,374 

10,630  90 

4,039 

942  17 

34,413 

11,573  07 

2,330 
251 
211 
26 
8,132 
11,937 
129 

699  00 
75  30 
63  30 
7  80 
2,439  60 
5,581  10 
38  70 
18  90 

132,899 

26,579  80 

135,229 
251 
211 
26 
8,132 
11,937 
129 
63 
3,395 
16 
61,379 

27,278  80 
75  30 
63  30 
7  80 
2,439  60 
3,581  10 
38  70 
18  90 
1,013  50 
4  80 
18,413  70 

3,395        1,018  50 
16             4  80 
61,379      18,413  70 

«7  8fi9       2fi.3fiO  TO 

132,899 

26,579  80 

220.768 

.V  '.'4m  50 

277 
777 
193,134 

140  10 
342  99 
28,069  29 

Doz. 

4,670 
11,433 
935,642 

277 
777 
193,134 

140  10 
342  99 
28,069  29 

194,188;     28,552  38 

951,745 

194,188 

28,552  38 

11 — ii — 5 


66 


CUSTOMS  DEPARTMENT 


ii 

1-2  edward  vii.,  a.  1902 
1. — General  Statement 


Articles  Imported. 


Countries. 


Total  Imports. 


Quantity. 


Value. 


Quantity. 


DUTIABLE  GOODS — Con. 

Elastic  round  or  flat,  including  garter 
elastic  


Electric  light  carbons  and  carbon  points  of 
all  kinds,  N.E.S  


Great  Britain . 

France  

Germany  

United  States. 


Electric  light  carbons  over  6  inches  in  cir- 
cumference   


Electric  apparatus,  N.E.S.,  insulators  of 
all  kinds,  &c,  electric  and  galvanic  bat- 
teries  ,  


Electric  motors,  generators,  dynamos  and 
sockets  


Embroideries,  N.O.P. 


Emery  wheels  and  manufactures  of  emery. 


Total. 


Great  Britain. 

Germany  

United  States. 

Total.... 


Great  Britain. 
United  States. 


Total. 


Great  Britain. 
B.  W.  Indies.. 

France  

Germany  

St.  Pierre  

United  States. 

Total.... 


Great  Britain . 
United  States. 


Total. 


Great  Britain . 
Austria-Hungary. 

France  

Germany  

Japan  

Switzerland  

Turkey  

United  States. .  . . 


Total. 


Great  Britain. 
United  States. 

Total .... 


M 

1 

121 
11,230 


11,352 
No. 


45,572 


45,572 


64,358 
1,860 
584 
12,738 


79,540 


1 

1,543 
23,351 


121 
11,213 


24,895 


11,334 


No. 


6,989 


4,009 
45,235 


6,989 


49,244 


4,629 
10 
1,071 
4,130 
25 

592,447 


602,312 


97 

286,948 


287,045 


20,026 
433 
6,563 
6,621 
736 
15,065 
267 
8,031 


57,742 


64 
22,158 

22,805 


ii  TRADE  AND  NAVIGATION  67 

SESSIONAL  PAPER  No.  11 


of  Imports — Continued.  » 


Entered  fob  Home  Consumption. 

General  Tariff. 

Preferential  Tariff.  Total. 

Value.  Duty. 

Quantity . 

Value. 

Duty .  Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty 
uoiiecteu. 

$ 

471 

1,895 
584 
12,725 

$  cts. 

164  85 
663  25 
204  40 
4,453  82 

$ 

64,047 

S  cts. 
14,944  45 

$  cts. 

D-t,Oio 

1,895 
12,725 

8  eta. 

ie  i  AG  on 

663  25 

OA  4  Afi 

4,453  82 

Iri  fiTril          5  39 

64,047 

14.944  45   

79,722 

20,430  77 

„,  

If 

1 

1 

0  24 

M 

i 
i 

11  91  3 

1 

23,223 

0  24 

K  i  A  AX 

8,128  05 

1,543 
23,223 

540  05 
8,128  05 

24,766 

8,668  10 

58  05 
1,015  50 

1  1 

0  24 

1 1  '?Q-\ 

24,767 

8,668  34 

387 
6,770 

■VT 

45j235 

387 

D,/  ii) 

58  05 
1,015  50 

7,157 

1,073  55 

49,244 

7,157 

1,073  55 

OOA  OK 

3,634 

605  71 

4,939 

931  96 

1,071 
3,428 

267  75 
857  00 

1,071 
3,428 

267  75 
857  00 

574,728 

143,682  00 

574,728 

143,682  00 



580,532 

145,133  00 

3,634 

605  71 

584,166 

145,738  71 

97 

286,848 

24  25 
71,712  00 

97 

24  25 
71,712  00 

286,945 

71,736  25 

286,945 

71,736  25 



10,785 
433 
6,307 
6,621 
736 
14,808 
267 
6,905 

3,774  75 
151  55 

2,207  45 

2,317  35 
257  60 

5,182  80 
93  45 

2,416  75 

9,717 

2,267  39 

20,502 
433 
6,307 
6,621 
736 
14,808 
267 
6,905 

6,042  14 
151  55 

2,207  45 

2,317  35 
257  60 

5,182  80 
93  45 

2,416  75 

46,862 

16,401  70 

9,717 

2,267  39 

56,579 

18,669  09 

32 
22,158 

22,  ISO 

8  00 
5,539  50 

615 

102  50 

647 
22,158 

110  50 

5,539  50 

5,547  50 

615 

102  50 

99  an* 

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11  — ii— H 


68 


CUSTOMS  DEPARTMENT 


1-2  EDWARD  VII.,  A.  1902 

No.  1. — General  Statement 


Articles  Imported. 


Countries. 


Total  Imports. 


Quantity. 


Value. 


Quantity. 


DUTIABLE  GOODS—  Cotl. 


Express  parcels . 


Great  Britain . . 
Newfoundland . 

China  

France  

United  States. . 


Total. 


Fancy  goods,  viz. — 
Alabaster,  spar,  amber,  terra  cotta  or 
composition  ornaments  


Great  Britain  

Austria-Hungary  . . 

France  

Germany  

Italy  

Norway  &  Sweden. 
United  States  


Total. 


Bead  ornaments  and  statuettes,  N.E.S. . . 


Great  Britain. . .  , 
Aus+ria-Hungary. 

Belgium  

China  

Egypt  

France  

Germany  

Italy  

Japan  

Mexico  

Switzerland  

Turkey  

United  States  


Boxes,  fancy,   ornamental  cases,  and 
writing  desks,  &c  ,  , 


Total 


Great  Britain  

Hong  Kong  

Austria-Hungary 

China  

France  

Germany  

Italy  

Japan  

Switzerland  

United  States  


Braids,   bracelets,  cords,   fringes,  tas 
sels,  &c  


Total. 


Great  Britain. . . . 
Austria-  H  ungary 

Belgium  

China   

France  

Germany  

Italy  

Japan   

Switzerland  

United  States .... 


Total. 


15,229 
832 
162 
191 
1,115,531 


1,131,945 


1,255 
9 

315 
893 
36 
10 
1,052 


3,570 


5,929 
2,074 
173 
15 
136 
26,238 
6,489 
780 
259 
14 
196 
949 
7,018 


50,270 


13,100 
28 
362 
71 
744 
18,977 
48 
1,655 
3 

38,322 


73,310 


128,415 
476 
444 
227 
40,161 
110,034 
539 
11 
3,700 
103,753 

387,760 


ii 

SESSIONAL  PAPER  No.  11 

of  Imports — Continued, 


TRADE  AND  NAVIGATION 


69 


Entered  for  Home  Consumption*. 


General  Tariff. 

Preferential  Tanff. 

Total. 

Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty 
Collected. 

8. 

11.415 
832 
162 
191 
1,115,531 

$  cts. 

2,853  75 
208  00 
40  50 
47  75 
277,728  24 

280,878  24 

$ 

3,814 

S  cts. 
812  57 

1 

15,229 
832 

$  cts. 

3,666  32 
208  00 
40  50 
47  75 
277,728  24 

  162 

191 

1,115,531 

1,128,131 

3,814 

812  57 

1,131,945 

281,690  81 

679 
9 
315 
893 
36 
10 
1,052 

237  65 
3  15 

110  25 

312  55 
12  60 
3  50 

368  20 

576 

134  41 

1,255 
9 
315 
893 
36 
10 
1,052 

372  06 
3  15 

110  25 

312  55 
12  60 
3  50 

368  20 

2,994 

1,047  90 

576 

134  41 

3,570 

1,182  31 

4,365 
2,081 
173 
15 
136 
26,350 
6,324 
906 
183 
14 
196 
677 
6,975 

1,527  75 
728  35 
60  55 
5  25 
47  60 
9,222  50 
2,213  40 
317  10 
64  05 
4  90 
68  60 
236  95 
2,441  25 

1,549 

361  50 

5,914 
2,081 
173 
15 
136 
26,350 
6,324 
906 
183 
14 
196 
677 
6,975 

1,889  25 
728  35 
60  55 
5  25 
47  60 
9,222  50 
2,213  40 
317  10 
64  05 
4  90 
68  60 
236  95 
2,441  25 

48.3115 

16.938  25 

1,549 

361  50 

49,944 

17,299  75 

2,804 
28 
362 
71 
744 
.  19,157 
48 
1,653 
3 

38,141 

981  40 

9  80 
126  70 
24  85 
260  40 
6,704  95 
16  80 
578  55 
1  05 
13,350  40 

10,518 

2,454  19 

13,322 
28 
362 
71 
744 
19,157 
48 
1.653 

3,435  59 
9  80 
126  70 
24  85 
260  40 
6,704  95 
16  SO 
578  55 

3                 1  05 
38,144!         13,350  40 

63,014 

22,054  90 

10,518 

2,454  19 

73,532j         24,509  09 

72,649 
476 
444 
227 

40.032 

25,427  15 
166  60 
155  40 
79  45 

14.011  20 

57,225 

13,353  24 

129,874 
476 
444 
227 
40,032 
110,193 
539 
11 
S,700 
103.753 

38,780  39 
166  60 
155  40 
79  45 
14,011  20 
38,567  55 
188  65 
3  85 
1,295  00 
36.313  55 

110,1931     38,567  55 
5391         188  65 
11             3  85 
3,700        1,295  00 
103,753      36,313  55 

332,024;    116,208  40 

57,225 

13,353  24 

  389,249;        129,561  64 

70 


CUSTOMS  DEPARTMENT 


No. 


ii 

1-2  edward  vii.,  a.  1902 
1. — General  Statement 


Total  Imports. 


DUTIABLE  GOODS— Con. 

Fancy  goods,  &c. — 

for    jewellery,  watches,  silver- 
ware, plated-ware  and  cutlery  


Articles  Imported. 


Fancy,  manufactures   of  bone, 
horn  and  ivory,  N.E.S  


shell, 


Fans. 


Flowers,  artificial. 


Feathers,  fancy,  undressed. 


Countries. 


Great  Britain .... 
A  ustria-Hungary 

France  

Germany  

Japan  

Switzerland  

United  States. . . . 


Total. 


Great  Britain. 

China  

France  

Germany  

J  apan  

United  States 


Total. 


Great  Britain .... 

Hong  Kong  

Austria-Hungary 

China  

France  

Germany  

Japan  

United  States .... 


Total. 


Great  Britain . , . 

Hong  Kong  

Austria-Hungary 

China  

France  

Germany  

Japan   

United  States  


Total. 


Great  Britain. 

France  

Germany  

Japan  

United  States. 

Total  


Quantity. 


Value. 


1,72G 
154 
GOO 
1,139 
14 
4 

2,427 


6,063 


298 
2 
60 
71 
3 
250 


684 


1,996 
76 
508 
328 
1,296 
1,692 
1,314 
1,489 


8,699 


56,190 
161 
202 
9 

20,965 
4,819 
17 
58,676 


141,039 


976 
266 
612 
278 
7,628 

9,760 


Quantity. 


ii  TRADE  AND  NAVIGATION 

SESSIONAL  PAPER  No.  11 

of  Imports — Continued. 


71 


Entered  for  Home  Consumption. 


General  Tariff.                          Preferential  Tariff. 

Total- 

Value. 

Duty.     i  Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity. 

Value, 

Duty 
Collected. 

8 

1,319 
154 
600 
1,138 
14 
4 

2,427 

S  cts. 

461  65 
53  90 

210  00 

398  30 
4  90 
1  40 

849  45 

■ 

356 

^  cts. 
83  07 

-3 

1,675 
154 
600 
1,138 
14 
4 

2,427 

S  cts. 

544  72 
53  90 

210  00 

398  30 
4  90 
1  40 

849  45 

••••••  

5,656 

1,979  60 

oOO 

co  Vjj 

6,012 

2,062  67 

50 
2 
60 
71 
3 
250 

17  50 

0  70 
21  00 
24  85 

1  05 
87  50 

9  jo 

WJ  OA 

298 
2 
60 
71 
3 
250 

74  70 

0  70 
21  00 
24  85 

1  05 
87  50 

436 

152  60 

248 

57  20 

684 

209  80 

694 
76 
508 
328 
1,296 
1,692 
1,259 
1,491 

242  90 
26  60 
177  80 
114  80 
453  60 
592  20 
440  65 
521  85 

1,294 

OA1     Q  1 

1,988 
76 
508 
328 
1,296 
1,692 
1,259 
1,491 

544  84 
26  60 
177  80 
114  80 
453  60 
592  20 
440  65 
521  85 

...    •  ... 

7.344 

2,570  40 

 \  1,294 

8,638 

2.J>72  34 

161 

202 
9 

21,170 
4,819 
17 

58,920 

2,070  25 
40  25 
50  50 
/      2  25 
5,292  50 
1,204  75 
4  25 
14,730  00 

47,909 

7,984  89 

56,190 
161 
202 
9 

21,170 
4,819 
17 
58,920 

10,055  14 
40  25 
50  50 
2  25 
5,292  50 
1,204  75 
4  25 
14,730  00 



93,579 

23,394  75 

47,909 

7,984  89 

141,488 

31,379  64 

527 
266 
612 
278 
8,521 

105  40 
53  20 

122  40 
55  60 
1.704  20 

449 

59  87 

976 
266 
612 
278 
8.521 

165  27 
53  20 

122  40 
55  60 
1.704  20 

•     1  ' 

10.204 

2.040  80   

449 

59  87 

10,653j          2,100  67 



72  CUSTOMS  DEPARTMENT 

No. 


ii 

1-2  edward  vii.,  a.  1902 
1. — General  Statement 


Articles  Imported. 


DUTIABLE  GOODS — Gotl. 

Fancy  goods,  viz.  :— 
Feathers,  fancy,  N.E.S  


Countries. 


Total  Imports. 


Quantity. 


Feathers,  ostrich  and  vulture,  dressed . . 


Ivory  or  bone  dice,  draughts  chessmen, 
&c  


Laces,  lace  collars  and  similar  goods,  lace 
nets  and  nettings  of  cotton,  linen,  silk 
or  other  material  


Millinery,  not  elsewhere  provided  for. . . 


Toys  and  dolls,  of  all  kinds . 


Gieat  Britain. 

Arabia  

China  

France  

Germany  

Switzerland. . . 
United  States. 

Total...  . 


Great  Britain. 

France  

Germany  

United  States. 

Total  


France  

United  States. 


Total 


Great  Britain.  . . . 

Malta  

Austria-Hungary 

Belgium  

Denmark  

France  

Germany  

Japan  

Switzerland  

United  States. . . . 


Total. 


Great  Britain . 

France  

Germany  

Japan . .  ... 
United  States. 


Total. 


Great  Britain.  ... 
British  East  Indies. 
Austria-Hungary.  . 

China  

Denmark  

France  

Germany  

Holland  

Japan  

Russia  

United  States  


Total. 


Value. 


53,894 
4 
3 

16,942 
4,357 
262 
20,302 


95,764 


81,760 
14,986 
1,577 
15,075 


113,398 


22 
1 


23 


534.463 
28 
446 
12,471 
112 
135,584 
70,792 
568 
11,051 
31,982 


797,497 


787 
209 
3,967 


1,189 


6,152 


10,470 
10 
2,612 
70 
2 

11,218 

135,788 
5 
980 
53 
69,161 

230,369 


ii  TRADE  AND  NAVIGATION 

SESSIONAL  PAPER  No.  11 

of  Imports — Continued. 


73 


Entered  for  Home  Consumption. 


General  Tariff. 


Preferential  Tariff. 


Total. 


Value. 


Duty. 


Quantity.     Value.        Duty.  Quantity. 


Value. 


Duty 
Collected. 


14,115 
4 

3 

16,942 
4,491 
2H2 
20,299 


S  cts. 


4,234  50 
1  20 
0  90 

5,082  60 

1,347  30 
78  60 

6,089  50 


56,116 


16,834  60 


10,823 
14,986 
1,577 
15,075 


3,246  90 
4,495  80 
473  10 
4.522  50 


42,461      12,738  30 


22 
1 


4  40 
0  20 


40,111 


8  cts. 
-.022  20 


40,111        8,022  20 


70,937 


14,187  40 


70,937      14,187  40 


54,22f3 
4 
3 

16,942 
4,491 
262 
20,299 


9.;.  227 


81,760 
14.9S6 
1,577 
15,075 


113,398 


22 
1 


8  cts. 


12,256  70 
1  20 
0  90 
5,082  60 
1,347  30 
78  60 
6,089  50 


24,856  80 


17,434  30  2 
4,495  80! 

473  10 
4,522  50 


26,925  70 


4  40  3 
0  20 


28 


4  60; 


165,298 
28 
446 
12,769 
112 
134,567 
68,866 
568 
11,358 
31,977' 


:>7.>54  30 
9  80 
156  10 
4,469  15 
39  20 
47,098  45 
24,103  10 
198  80 
3,975  30 
11,191  95 


425,989     149,096  15 


373,230 


87,087  91 


373,230      87,087  91 


23 


538,528 
2S 
446 
12,769 
112 
134,567 
68,866 
568 
11,358 
31,977 


1*98,219 


4  60 


144.942  21 
9  80 
156  10 
4,469  15 
39  20 
47,098  45 
24,103  10 
198  80 
3,975  30 
11,191  95 


236,184  06 


492 
209 

3,967 
20 

1.232 


172  20 
73  15 
1,388  45 
7  00 
380  80 


295  66  09 


787 
2091 

3,967' 
20 

1,232 


238  29 
73  15 
1,388  45 
7  00 
380  80 


5,920 


2,021  60 


3,760 
10 

2,877 
70 

2 

11,185 
136,643 
5 
986 
53 
69,091 


1,316  00 
3  50 
1,006  95 
24  50 

0  70 
3,914  75 

47,825  05 

1  75 
345  10 

18  55 
24,181  85 


224,682      78,638  70 


295  66  09 


6,758 


1,577  01 


6,758        1,577  01 


6,215| 


10,518 
10 
2,877 

70j 
2 

11,185 
136,643 
5 
988 
53 
69,091 


231,440 


2,087  69 


2,893  01 
3  501 
1,006  95 
24  50 

0  70 
3,914  75 

47,825  05 

1  7o! 
345  10 

18  55 
24,181  85 


80,215  71 


74 


CUSTOMS  DEPARTMENT 


1-2  EDWARD  VII.,  A.  1902 

No.  1. — General  Statement 


Feathers,  bed  and  other,  undressed ,  N.  O.  P . 


Feathers,  bed  and  other,  dressed,  N.O.P. , 


Articles  Imported. 


DUTIABLE  GOODS — Con. 


Fancy  goods,  viz: — 
All  other,  N.E.S. 


Feathers,  All  other,  N.E.S 


Featherbone  in  coils . 


Fertilizers,  compounded  or  manufactured . 


Fibre,  kartavert,  indurated  fibre,  vulcan- 
ized fibre  and  like  material,  and  manu- 
factures of  N.E.S  


Fireworks,    firecrackers   and  torpedoes, 
all  kinds  


Countries. 


Great  Britain. 

China  

France  

Germany.. 

3 apan  

United  States. 


Total. 


Great  Britain. 
United  States. 


Total. 


Great  Britain. 

France  

Germany  

United  Staces. 


Total. 


Great  Britain. 

France   

Germany  

United  States. 

Total  .. 


United  States 


Great  Britain. 
United  States. 

Total  . 


Great  Britain. 

China  

France   

United  States . 

Total.. 


Great  Britain . 
Hong  Kong. . . 

China  

France .  

Japan  

United  States 

Total.. 


Total  Imports. 


Quantity. 


Value. 


2,487 
3 
982 
119 
85 
2,688 


Quantity. 


6,364 


2,000 
8,122 


10,122! 


2,127 
157 
21 
1,963 


4, 268  j 


3,028 
858 
12 
1,350 


5,248 
566 


3,427 
70,781 


74,208: 


295 
3 
3 

34,320 


34,621 


15 
805 
6,243 


80 
11, 303 1 

18,446^ 


TRADE  AND  NAVIGATION  75 


SESSIONAL  PAPER  No.  11 

op  Imports — Continued. 


General  Tari 

Entered  for  Home  Consumption. 

Bf. 

Preferential  Tariff. 

Total. 

Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty 
Collected. 

S 

1,819 
3 
982 
119 

$  cts. 

636  65 
1  05 

343  70 
41  65 
51  in 

1 

676 

$  cts. 
157  77 

S 

2,495 
3 
982 
119 
14ff 

2,688 

3  cts. 

794  42 
1  05 

343  70 
41  65 
51  10 

940  85 

2,688  ;         940  85 

5,757|      2,015  00 

676 

157  77 

6,433 

2,172  77 

2,000 
9  04S 

400  00 
l.snV)  m 

2,000 
9,048 

400  00 
1,809  60 

11,048        2,209  60 

11,048 

2,209  60 

1,169          350  70 
157           47  10 
21             6  30 
1,612          483  60 

958 

191  60 

2,127 
157 
21 
1,612 

542  30 
47  10 
6  30 
483  60 

2,959          887  70 

....   

958 

191  60 

3,917 

1,079  30 

1,363         408  90 
858;         257  40 
12             3  60 
1,350          405  00 

1,665 

333  00 

3,028 
858 
12 
1,350 

741  90 
257  40 
3  60 
405  00 



3,583 

1,074  90 

1,665 

333  00 

5,248 

1,407  90 

566 

113  20 

566 

113  20 

304 
70,781 

30  40 
7,078  10 

3,123 

208  15 

3,427 
70,781 

238  55 
7,078  10 

71,085 

7,108  50 

3,123 

208  15 

74  208 

7  316  65 

1 

3 
3 

34,320 

25 
75 
75 

8,580  00 

294 

49  02 

295 
3 
3 

34,320 

49  27 
75 
75 

8,580  00 



34,327 

8,581  75 

294 

49  02 

34,621 

8,630  77 

15 
805 
6,243 
14 
80 
11.303 

3  75 
201  25 
1,560  75 
3  50 
20  00 
2.825  75 

15 

6,243 
14 

11,303 

375 
201  25 
1,560  75 
3  50 
20  00 
2,825  75 



18,460        4,615  00 

 .  

18,460|          4,615  00 

76  CUSTOMS  DEPARTMENT  ii 

1-2  EDWARD  VII.,  A.  1902 

No. — General  Statement 


Articles  Imported. 


Countries. 


Total  Imports. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

— ,  

Quantity. 

T  Ur, 

V 

Lbs. 

3,659 
857,897 

109 
32,209 

3,659 
857,897 

861,556 

32,318 

801,550 

2,772 
37,097 
20,980 

Of?  KAA 

88 
1,139 
954 

1,167 

2,772 
37,097 
20,980 

22,379 

23,459 

119,772 

4,604 

84,308 

1,924 
4,212 

161 
150 

400 
4,212 

6,136 

311 

4,012 

240 
100 
91,657 

11 

5,558 

240 

•  III 
1,05 

91,997 

5,573 

91,997 

4,204 

273 

4,204 

343,010 

16,810 

342,000 

180 
31,901 

6 

1,153 

180 
31,901 

32,141 

1,159 

32,141 

23,402 
312 
700 

11,802 
84 

12,000 
416 

92,465 

1.485 
13 
7 

345 
2 
520 
16 
5,150 

1,542 
312 
700 
11,802 
84 
12,000 
410 
92,445 

141,241 

7,538 

119,301 

250 

16 

250 

DUTIABLE  GOODS — Con. 


Fish 


Cod,  haddock,  ling  and  pollock — fresh, 
imported  otherwise  than  in  barrels,  &c. 


dry  salted. 


wet  salted 


smoked . . 


pickled  in  barrels 


Halibut,  fresh  not  in  barrels . 


Herrings,  fresh  not  in  barrels , 


pickled  or  salted 


smoked. 


Great  Britain. . 
United  States . . 

Total... 

Hong  Kong  . . . 

China  

Japan   

St.  Pierre  

United  States- 
Total... 

Great  Britain,. 
United  States . . 

Total... 

Great  Britain. . 

Japan   

United  States . . 

Total... 
United  States . . 

United  States. . 

Norway  and  Sweden. 
United  States.  . 

Total.... 

Great  Britain . . . 

Hong  Kong  

Newfoundland . . 

China  

Germany  ......  . 

Holland  

Japan   

United  States  . . 

Total.... 


United  States. 


ti  TRADE  AND  NAVIGATION 

SESSIONAL  PAPER  No.  11 

on  Imports — Continued. 


77 


Entered  for  Home  Consumption. 


General  Tariff. 

Preferential  Tariff. 

Total. 

Value.  Duty. 

*Juantity . 

Value.   1  Duty. 

Quantity. 

Value.     ,  CoUected. 

• 

109 
32,209 

$  cts. 

18  29 
4,289  58 

Lbs. 

■8  cts. 

Lbs. 

3,659 
857,897 

s 

109 

32,209 

1  eta 

18  29 
4,289  58 

32,318 

4,307  87 

..:  i  j 



861,556 

32,318 

4,307  87 

>^ 
1,139 
954 

13  86 
185  54 
104  90 

2,772 
37,097 
30,980 

1,139 
954 

13  86 
185  54 
104  90 

1,172 

117  29 

23,459 

1,172 

117  29 

3,353 

421  59 

84,308 

3,353 

421  59 

34 
150 

2  00 
21  05 

1,524 

127 

5  08 

1,924 
4,212 

161 

150 

7  08 
21  05 

184 

23  05 

1,524 

127 

 5  08  6,136 

311 

28  13 

11 
4 

5,558 

2  40 
1  00 
916  57 

240 
100 
91,657 

11 
4 

5,558 

2  40 
1  00 
916  57 

5,573 

919  97 

91,997 

5,573 

919  97 

273 

42  04 

4,204 

273 

42  04 

16,796 

1,713  34 

342,666 

16,7% 

1,713  34 

6 

1,153 

90 
159  81 

180 
31,961 

6 

1,153 

90 
159  81 

1,159 

160  71  

  32,141 

1,159 

160  71 

80 
13 
7 

345 

2 

52C 
16 
5,152 

7  71 

1  56 
3  5C 

59  31 
42 

60  0C 

2  OS 
462  24 

24,124 

1,551 

80  44 

25,666 
312 
700 

11,862 
84 

12,000 
416 

92,445 

L631 
13 
7 

345 

2 

520 
16 
5153 

88  15 
1  56 

3  50 

59  31 
42 

60  00 
2  08 

462  24 





6,13( 

596  8S 

!  24,124 

1,551 

80  44 

143,48c 

7,687)            677  26 

If 

2  Hi 

>  

25C 

if 

9  .VI 

78 


CUSTOMS  DEPARTMENT 


ii 


1-2  EDWARD  VII.,  A.  1902 

No.  1. — General  Statement 


Articles  Imported. 


Countries. 


Total  Imports. 


Quantity. 

Value. 

Quantity . 

Lbs. 

$ 

Lbs. 

9,188 

667 

9,188 

13,863 

1,217 

12,764 

66,230 

4,337 

66,230 

236 
169,455 

10 

2,841 

236 
2,895 

169,691 

2,851 

3,131 

19,075 
2,896 
50 
129 
16,559 

2,003 
130 
12 
11 

675 

2,896 
50 
129 
16,559 

38,709 

2,831 

19,634 

Brls. 
5,103 

12,672 

Brls. 

5,403 

Galls. 
166,096 

183,686 

Galls. 
166  096 

Lbs. 

84 
73.352 

7 

7  975 

T  lie 

84 
72  750 

73,436 

7,982 

72,834 

71,888 

8,626 

64,647 

3,750 
322,325 

298 
29,125 

3,680 
336,862 

326,075 

29,423 

340,542 

Brls. 

Brls. 

275 

1,862 

275 

Lbs. 

262 

45 

Lbs. 

362 

9,000 

306 

10 


11 


12 


13 


DUTIABLE  GOODS — Con. 

Fish- 
Mackerel,  fresh  

Mackerel,  pickled  

Sea  fish,  other,  fresh,  not  in  barrels. . . . 

ii      pickled,  in  barrels  

Sea  fish  preserved,  N.E.S  

Oysters,  fresh,  in  shell  

n     shelled,  in  bulk  

ii     canned  in  cans  not  over  one 
pint    

H     canned,  over  one  pint  and  not 
over  one  quart   ..... 

ii     prepared  or  preserved,  N.E.S. . 

Lobsters,  fresh  

ii      canned,  N.E.S  

Bait  fish,  fresh,  not  in  barrels  


United  States 

United  States 

United  States 

China  

United  States 

Total  

Great  Britain 

China  

France  

J apan   

United  States 

Total...  . 

United  States 

United  States 

Great  Britain , 
United  States 

Total  

United  States. 

Great  Britain . 
United  States, 

Total  

United  States 
United  States, 
United  States, 


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SESSIONAL  PAPER  No.  11 

of  Imports — Continued. 


79 


Entered  for  Home  Consumption. 


General  Tariff. 

Preferential  Tariff. 

Total. 

Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity. 

Value,   1  Duty. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty 
Collected. 

8 

667 

S  cts. 
91  88 

Lbs. 

S             S  cts. 

Lbs. 
9,188 

S 

667 

|  cts. 
91  88 

1,091 

127  64 

12,764 

1,091 

127  64 

4,337 

331  21 

66,230 

4,337 

331  21 

10 
138 

2  36 
28  95 

236 
2,895 

10 

138 

2  36 
28  95 

148 

31  31 

3,131 

148 

31  31 

130 
12 

11 

675 

32  50 
3  00 
2  75 
168  75 

4,003 

452 

75  37 

4,003 
2,896 
50 
129 
16,559 

452 
130 
12 
11 

675 

75  37 
32  50 
3  00 
2  75 
168  75 

S28 

207  00 

4,003 

452 

75  37 

23,637 

1,280 

282  37 

13,046 

3,261  50 

Brls. 

5,403 

13,046 

3,261  50 

183,686 

16,609  73 

Galls. 
166,096 

*  183,686 

16,609  73 

7,919 

2  52 
2,182  50 

Lbs. 

84 
72,750 

7,919 

2  52 
2,182  50 

7,926 

2,185  02 

- 

72,834 

7,926 

2,185  02 

8,083 

982  35 

64,647 

8,083 

982  35 

292 
29,782 

73  00 
7,445  50 

3,680 
336,862 

292 
29,782 

73  00 
7,445  50 

3*3,074 

7,518  50 

340,542 

30,074 

7,518  50 

1,862 

465  50 



Brls. 

275 

1,862 

465  50 

62 

15  50 

Lbs. 

362 

62 

15  50 



80 


CUSTOMS  DEPARTMENT  H 

1-2  EDWARD  VII.,  A.  1902 

No.  1. — General  Statement 


Total  Imports. 


Articles  Imported. 


Countries. 


Quantity. 


Value. 


DUTIABLE  GOODS — Con. 


Fish— 

1      Bait  fish,  salted,  not  in  barrels . 


Salmon,  fresh . . . 
ii  smoked. 


canned,  prepared  or  preserved, 
N.E.S  


n  pickled  or  salted  . . 
Smoked  or  boneless,  N.E.S. 


United  States. 
United  States. 
United  States. 
United  States. 
United  States. 


Great  Britain . 

China  

United  States. 


Anchovies  and  sardines,  packed  in  oil 
otherwise,  in  tin  boxes,  measuring 
not  more  than  5  inches  long,  4  inches 
wide  and     inches  deep  


Anchovies  and  sardines  in  |  boxes, 
measuring  not  more  than  5  inches 
long,  4  inches  wide  and  1§  inches 
deep  


Anchovies  and  sardines  in  \  boxes, 
measuring  not  more  than  4f  inches 
long,  3|  wide  and  1  \  deep  , 


Anchovies   and  sardines,  imported  in 
any  other  form  


Total. 


Norway  and  Sweden 
United  States  


Total . 


Great  Britain  

France  

Norway  and  Sweden 
United  States  


Total . 


Great  Britain  

Belgium  

China  , 

France  

Norway  and  Sweden, 

Portugal  

St.  Pierre  

United  States  


Total . 


Great  Britain  

China  

France  

Italy  

Norway  and  Sweden. 
United  States  


Total. 


Lbs. 


4,000 


911,685 


4,121 


1,982 


20,385 


Boxes. 


200 
15 


215 


\  Boxes. 
23,386 
12,391 
248 
1,530 


37,555 


\  Boyes, 
552,853 
2,200 
5,600 
447,511 
100 
113,900 
75 

108,846 


1,231,085 


98 


3i,9i; 


361 


213 


944 


949 

100 

534 

1,200 

25 

1,200 

63,882 

4,899 

63,781 

66,031 

5,024 

65,515 

3,640 
2,456 
20 
238 


6,354 


36,087 
182 
365 
33,397 
12 
6,692 
9 

7,698 


84,442 


2,041 
74 
811 
536 
14 
953 

4,429 


ii 

SESSIONAL  PAPER  No.  11 

of  Imports — Continued. 


TRADE  AND  NAVIGATION 


81 


Entered  for  Home  Consumption'. 

General  Tariff.                           Preferential  Tariff. 

Total. 

"Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity 

Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Dutv 
Collected. 

t 

$  cts 

Lbs. 

% 

•  cts 

Lbs. 

S 

$  cts. 

31,917 

4,558  47 

911.68E 

31,917 

4,558  47 

361 

41  21 

4,121 

361 

41  21 

60[           15  00 

712 

6C 

15  00 

944 

203  85 

20,385 

944 

203  85 

73 
25 
4,878 

5  34 
12  00 
637  81 

424 

33 

2  83 

958 
1,200 
63,781 

106 

25 
4,878 

8  17 
12  00 
637  81 

4,976 

655  15 

424 

33 

2  83 

65,939 

5,009 

657  98 

6 

75 

Boxes. 

Boxes. 

200 
15 

19 

6 

10  00 

75 

25 

10  75 



215 

25 

10  75 

2,588 
3,553 
20 
581 

398  60 
572  50 
6  20 
120  76 

4  Boxes. 
524 

67 

8  74 

\  Boxes. 
16,468 
22,900 
248 
4,830 

2,655 
3,553 
20 
581 

407  34 
572  50 
6  20 
120  76 

6,742 

1,098  06 

524 

67 

8  74 

44,446 

6,809 

1,106  80 

34,868 
182 
17 
33,870 
12 
6,074 
9 

7,739 

9,962  64 
44  00 

4  00 
9,570  28 

2  00 
2,390  00 

1  50 
2,270  42 

\  Boxes. 
70,312 

3,149 

937  50 

\  Boxes. 
568,444 

200 
478,514 

100 
119,500 
75 

113,521 

38,017 
182 
17 
33,870 
12 
6,074 
9 

7,739 

10,900  14 
44  00 
4  00 
9,570  28 
2  00 
2,390  00 
1  50 
2,270  42 

82,771 

24,244  84 

70,312 

3,149 

937  50 

1,282,554 

85,920 

25,182  34 

272 
74 

851 

198 
14 

874 

81  60 
22  20 

255  30 
59  40 
4  20 

262  20 

1,270 

254  00 

1,542 
74 
851 
198 
14 
874 

1 

•    335  60 
22  20 
255  30 
59  40 
4  20 
262  20 

2,283 

684  90 

1,270 

254  00 

3,553 

938  90 

7 


11 — ii — 6 


32 


CUSTOMS  DEPARTMENT 


11 

1-2  EDWARD  VII.,  A.  1902 

No.  1. — General  Statement 


DUTIABLE  GOODS — Con. 

Fish- 
Preserved  in  oil,  except  anchovies  and 
sardines  


Articles  Imported. 


Countries. 


All    other,  not    in    barrels   or  half 
barrels,  fresh  

All    other,   not    in    barrels   or  half 
barrels,  pickled    

Fresh  or  dried,  N.E.S.,  imported  in 
barrels  or  half  barrels  


All  other,  pickled  or  salted  in  barrels. 


Prepared  or  preserved,  N.E.S. 


Oil,  cod,  N.E.S. 


Great  Britain . 

China  

France  

Germany  

Italy  

United  States. 

Total...  . 


China  

United  States. 


Total . 


China   

Japan    . 

United  States. 


Total 


China  

United  States. 


Total 


Great  Britain. 

China  

United  States. 

Total. 


Great  Britain 
Hong  Kong. . . 

China  

France   

Germany  

Japan   

Norway  

United  States. 


Total. 


Norway  

United  States. 

Total  


Total  Imports. 


Lbs. 


12,148 
38.048 


50,196 


10,222 
71 
9,291 


19,584 


176 
164,026 


164,202 


100 
17,297 


17,397 


174,545 
390 
37,990 
170 
160 
8,261 
576 
231,286 


453,378 


Galls. 

125 
3,702 

3,827 


354 
770 

70 
5 

67 
239 


1.505 


483 
2,100 


2,583 


251 
5 
434 


690 


4,866 


4,874 


4 

527 


531 


16,822 
41 
2,017 
123 
31 
593 
97 
24,416 


44,140 


71 
1,407 

1.478 


Lbs. 


12,148 
38,0 18 

50,196 


10.222 
71 
9,291 


19,584 


176 
3,426 


3,602 


100 
17,297 


17,397 


7,614 
390 
36,900 
1,986 
160 
8,820 
576 
230,139 


286,585 


Galls. 


125 
3,702 

3,827 


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SESSIONAL  PAPER  No.  11 


of  Imports  —  Continued. 


Entered  kor  Home  Consumption. 

General  Tariff. 

Preferential  Tariff. 

Total. 

Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty 
Collected. 

t 

|  cts. 

'. ■>» . . . .  • 

S 

182 

S  cts. 
36  40 

8 

182 
770 

70 
5 

67 
Ml  i 

S  cts. 

36  40 
231  00 
21  00 
1  50 
20  10 
90  00 

770 
70 
5 
67 

300 

231  00 
21  00 
1  50 
20  10 
90  00 



1,212 

363  60 

182 

36  40 

1,394 

400  00 

483 
2,100 

60  74 
190  26 

Lbs. 

Lbs. 

12,148 
38.048 

483 
2,100 

60  74 
190  26 

2,583 

251  00 

50,196 

2.583 

251  00 

251 
5 
434 

51  12 
36 
46  16 

10,222 
71 
9,291 

251 
5 
434 

51  12 
36 
46  46 



690 

97  94 

19,584 

690 

97  94 



8 
207 

1  76 

34  26 

176 

3,426 

8 
207 

1  76 
34  26 

215 

36  02 

3,602 

215 

36  02 





1,375 

55 

9  17 

1,375 
100 
17,297 

55 
4 
527 

9  17 
1  00 

172  97 

4 

527 

1  00 

172  97 



531 

173  97 

1,375 

55 

9  17 

18,772 

586 

183  14 

925 
41 
1,9X2 
267 
31 
597 
97 
24,383 

231  25 
10  25 
495  50 
66  75 
7  78 
149  25 
24  25 
6,095  75 

179,126 



16,833 

2,805  50 

186,740 
390 
36,900 
1,986 
UK) 
8,820 
576 

17,758 
41 
1,982 
267 
31 
597 

Q7 

3,036  75 
10  25 
495  50 
66  75 
7  75 
149  25 
24  25 
6,095  75 

28,323 

71 
1,407 

7,080  75 

179,126 

16,833 

2,805  50 

465,711 

45,156 

9,886  25 

14  20 
281  40 



Galls. 

125  71 
3,702!  1,407 

14  20 
281  40 

1,478 

295  60 

3,82?!  1,478 

295  60 



ll_u_6£ 


84  CUSTOMS  DEPARTMENT 

No. 


ii 

1-2  edward  vii.,  a.  1902 
1. — General  Statement 


Articles  Imported. 


DUTIABLE  GOODS— Con. 


Fish- 
Oil,  cod  liver. 


it  Whale  and  spermaceti,  N.E.S. 


Other,  N.E.S. 


Pkgs.,   containing    oysters    or  other 
fish  not  otherwise  provided  for. . 


Countries. 


Total  Imports. 


Quantity. 


Great  Britain  

Germany  

Norway  and  Sweden. 
United  States  

Total   


United  States. 
Turkey  


Total. 


United  States. 


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


Flax,  hemp  and  jute,  manufactures  of- 
6      Bags  or  sacks  of  hemp,  linen  or  jute.. . . 


Carpeting,  rugs,  matting 
of  hemp  or  jute  


and  mats 


Great  Britain. 

China  

Greece  

Holland  

Japan   

St.  Pierre  

United  States. 


Total 


Great  Britian . 
United  States. 

Total  


Great  Britain . 
B.  E.  Indies. . 
B.  W.  Indies. . 
United  States. 


Great  Britain  

Hong  Kong  

Austria-Hungary. 

China  

France   

Germany  

Japan  

United  States  


Carpet  linings  and  stair  pads. 


Total. 


Great  Britain. 
United  States. 

Total  , 


Galls. 


Value. 


1,254 
2,554 
15,118 
6,602 


25,528 


2,532 
1 


2,533 


10,388 


762 
1,649 
7,404 
3,466 


13,281 


1,624 


1,625 


3,462 


131 
82 
28 
70 
16 
96 
11,084 


Quantity. 


11,507 


75 
8,441 


8,516 


46,598 
4,394 
11 
12,554 


63,557 


91,432 
959 
825 
777 
1,035 
42 
10,274 
3,652 


108,996 


717 
157 

874 


ii  TRADE  AND  NAVIGATION 

SESSIONAL  PAPER  No.  11 

of  Imports — Continued. 


85 


Entered  for  Home  Consumption. 


General  Tariff.                            Preferential  Tariff. 

Total. 

Value. 

Duty.  Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty 
Collected. 

747 
1,493 
7,826 
3,466 

8  cts. 

149  40 

298  m 
1,565  20 
693  20 

Galls. 

4 

8 

15 

$  cts. 
2  00 

Galls. 

1,254 
2,064 
14,730 
6.602 

8 

762 
1,493 
7,826 
3,466 

S  cts. 

151  40 
298  60 
1,565  20 
693  20 



13,532 

2,706  40 

4  15 

2  Ooj  24,650 

13,547 

2,708  40 

1,624 
1 

324  80 
20 

2,532 
1 

1,624 
1 

— 

324  80 
20 

1,625 

325  00 



2,533 

1,625 

325  00 

3,462 

692  40 

10,388 

3,462 

692  40 

29 
82 

7  25 
20  50 

116 

19  34 

145 
82 

26  59 
20  50 

70 
16 

17  50 
4  00 

70 
16 

17  50 
4  00 

10.419 

2,604  75 

10,419 

2,604  75 

10,616 

2,654  00 

116 

19  34 

10,732 

2,673  34 

144 

19  19 

144 
8,441 

19  19 
1,688  20 

8,441 

1,688  20 

8,441 

1,688  20 

144 

19  19 

8,585 

1,707  39 

499 

99  80 

43,172 
4,394 

5,756  36 
585  87 



43,671 
4,394 
11 
10,570 

5,856  16 
585  87 
2  20 
2,114  00 

11 

10,570 

2  20 
2,114  00 



ll,080l       2.216  00 

47,566 

6,342  23 

58,646 

8,558  23 

865 
959 

216  25 
239  75 

92,625 

15,437  83 

93,490 
959 
825 
777 
1,035 
SB 

15,654  08 
239  75 
206  25 
194  25 

258  75 

7  7* 

826         206  25 

777 
1,035 
31 
10,274 

194  25 
258  75 
7  75 
2.568  50 



'.'.[III 

10,274           2,568  50 
3,652             913  00 

3,652!         913  00 



18,418 

4,604  50 

92.625 

15,437  83 

111,043         20,042  33 

43 
157 

10  75 
39  25 

674 

112  34 

7171             123  09 
157j              39  25 

200 

50  00 

674 

112  34 

874              162  34 

s 


86 


CUSTOMS  DEPARTMENT  u 

1-2  EDWARD  VII.,  A.  1902 

No.  1. — General  Statement 


Articles  Imported. 


Total  Imports. 


Countries. 


Quantity.  Value. 


Quantity. 


dutiable  goods— Con. 

Flax,  hemp  and  jute,  manufactures  of — 
Sail  twine  of  flax  or  hemp  to  be  used 
for  boats  and  ships'  sails  


Great  Britain 
Austria-Hungary . 
United  States  


Damask  of  linen,  stair  linen,  diaper, 
napkins,  doylies,  tray-cloths,  quilts 
and  like  articles  of  linen,  N.  O .  P . 


Handkerchiefs . 


Horse  clothing,  shaped,  or  otherwise 
manufactured  


Towels. 


Sheets  and  sheetings 


Lbs. 


25,333 
100 
239 


Total. 


25,672 


Great  Britain .  . 
Austria-Hungary. 

Belgium  

China  

France  

Germany  

Japan   

Switzerland  

United  States. .  . . 


Total. 


Great  Britain . 

Belgium  

France  

Germany  

Japan  

Switzerland.  . 
United  States. 


Total. 


Great  Britain. 
United  States. 

Total.... 


Great  Britain .... 
Newfoundland  .. . 
Austria-Hungary 

Belgium  

France   ... 

Germany  

J  apan  

Russia  

United  States. . . , 


Total. 


Great  Britain. , 
United  States. , 

Total  ... 


Yds. 
9,005 
220 

9,225 


5,144 
19 
44 

5,207 


408,977 
3,071 
90 
9 

8,920 
17,128 
467 

1,289 
11,085 


451,036 


144,324 
21 
7,628 
3,463 
149 
3,77K 
1,355 


160,716 


180 
6,806 


6,986 


126,054 
1 

703 
248 
324 
5,450 
5 
1 

742 


133,528 


820 
30 


850 


Lbs. 


I 

ii  TRADE  AND  NAVIGATION  87 

SESSIONAL  PAPER  No.  11 

of  Imports — Continued. 


Entered  for  Home  Consumption. 

General  Tariff. 

Preferential  Tariff. 

Total. 

Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity. 

!  Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

1  Duty 
Collected. 

288 
19 
44 

$  cts. 

14  40 
95 
2  20 

.Lbs. 

1 

f 

4,856 

Cti  . 

161  88 

T  Ko 

or  ooo 

100 

5,144 
19 
44 

8  cts. 

176  28 
95 
2  20 

239 

351 

17  55 

23,595 

4,856 

161  88 

25,672 

5,207 

179  43 

22,859 
3.071 
109 

9 

8,920 
17,075 
774 

1,289 
11,140 

6,857  70 
921  30 

oN*.  9(  0 

77,934  59 

412.532 
3,071 
109 

9 

8,920 
17,075 
774 

1,289 
11,140 

84,792  29 
921  30 
32  70 
2  70 
2,676  00 
5,122  50 
232  20 
386  70 
3,342  00 

32  70 
2  70 
2,676  00 
5,122  50 
232  20 
386  70 
3,342  00 

65,246 

19,573  80 

389,673 

77,934  59 

454,919 

97,508  39 

8,006 
37 
7,591 
3,463 
415 
3,776 
1,355 

2,802  10 
12  95 
2,656  85 
1,212  05 

145  25 
1,321  60 

474  25 

136,293 

31,802  18 

144,299 
37 
7,591 
3,463 
415 
3.776 
1,355 

34,604  28 
12  95 
2,656  85 
1,212  05 
145  25 
1,321  60 
474  25 

24,643 

8,625  05 

16b,  JiM 

31,802  18 

160,936 

40,427  23 

102 
6,806 

30  60 
2,041  80 

78 

15  60 

180, 
6,8061 

46  20 
2,041  80 

6,908 

2,072  40 

78 

15  60 

6,986 

2,088  00 

1  Q  17 
4,04/ 

1 

703 
87 
324 
5,450 
5 
1 

844 

1            1     1  A 

30 

210  90 
26  10 
97  20 
1,635  00 
1  50 
0  30 
253  20 

126.196           25.673  94 

1 

703 
87 

30 
210  90 
2K  10 

324               97  20 
5,450           1,635  00 
5                1  50 
1                0  30 
844             253  20 

11,762 

3,528  60 

121,849 

24,369  84 

133,611          27,898  44 

71 
30 

21  30 
9  00 

Yds. 
7,360 

749 

149  80 

Yds. 
9,005 
220 

,  82o| 
30 

171  10 
9  00 

101 

30  30 

7,360 

749 

149  80 

9,225 

850 

180  10 

CUSTOMS  DEPARTMENT 


1-2  EDWARD  VII.,  A.  1C02 

No.  1: — General  Statement 


Articles  Imported. 


DUTIABLE  GOODS — Con. 

Flax,  hemp  and  jute,  manufactures  of- 
Linens,  brown  or  bleached  


Linen,   duck,   canvas,  huckabacks,  or 
other  manufactures  of  flax,  N.E.S. 


Linen  clothing 


Linen  blouses  and  shirt  waists. 


Linen  thread. 


Shirts  of  linen . 


Yarn,  singles,  flax,  hemp  and 
N.E.S  


jute, 


Countries. 


Great  Britain. 

Belgium  

Germany  

United  States. 


Total. 


Great  Britain . , 

Belgium  , 

France  

Germany  

Greece  

Japan  

Russia  

United  States. 


Total . 


Great  Britain. 

France  

Germany . 

Switzerland  

United  States. 


Total . 


United  States. 


Great  Britain . 

France  

Germany  

United  States. 


Total. 


Great  Britain . 
Germany .  ... 
United  States. , 

Total  


8      Tapestry,  jute 


Great  Britain . 
United  States. 


Total. 


Great  Britain. 
United  States. 


Total 


Total  Imports. 


Quantity. 


Yds. 


735,  G60 
3,954 
2,020 
6,143 


748,377 


Lbs. 
324,206 
2,471 
20 
7,577 


334,274 


Doz. 


408 
99 
270 


777 


Lbs. 

467 
5,170 


5,637 


Value. 


59,934 
670 
586 
1,398 


62,588 


487,210 
1,825 
2,212 
2,758 
14 
425 
494 
15,576 


510,514 


12,901 
27 
93 
132 
2,444 


15,597 


35 


145,963 
1,359 
16 
4,282 


151,620 


3,694 
1,053 
2,292 


7,039 


80 
514 


594 


831 
109 


940 


Quantity. 


Yds. 


11,074 

3,954 
2,620 
8,613 


26,261 


Lbs. 
2,194 
2,471 
20 
7,579 


12,264 


Doz. 


21 
99 
270 


390 


Lbs. 


5,170 


5,170 


ii 

SESSIONAL  PAPER  No.  11 

of  Imports — Continued. 


TRADE  AND  NAVIGATION 


89 


Entered  for  Home  Consumption. 


General  Tariff. 

Preferential  Tariff.  Total. 

Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty 
Collected. 

■ 

987 
670 
586 
2,270 

8  cts. 

246  75 
167  50 
146  50 
567  50 

753,667 

55 

62,292 

<3  cts 
10,382  07 

Yds 

764,741 

3,954 
2,620 
8,613 

9 

63,279 
670 
586 
2,270 

8  cts. 

10,628  82 
167  50 
146  50 
567  50 

4,513 

1,128  25 

753,667 

62,292 

10,382  07 

779,928 

66,805          11,510  32 

A  AA1 

881 
2,212 

14 

425 
494 
15,840 

1  AV* 

220  25 
553  00 

(999  DV 

3  50 
106  25 
123  50 
3,960  00 

jo-  i  no 
•±ot ,  1  oj 

£1  9fl1  fU 

493,800^         82,851  29 
881             220  25 
2,212             553  00 
2,758             689  50 
14                3  50 
425             106  25 
494             12S  50 
15,840           3,960  00 



29,225 

7,306  25 

487,199 

81,201  04 

516,424         88,507  29 

1,  /  00 

27 
93 
132 
2,444 

A1J.  tiK 
014  BD 

9  45 
32  55 
46  20 
855  40 

11, DUO 

2,708  59 

13,363 
27 
93 

3,322  84 
9  45 
32  55 

132               46  20 
2,444             855  40 

A  4X1 

4,-101 

1  KfGRP  QX 
1,00/  cO 



1  l,OUo 

2,708  59 

16,059           4,206  44 

35 

12  25 

35               12  25 

X79 

Oi  £i 

1,359 

ID 

4,289 

IV  UU 

339  75 

A  tifi 

4  w 
1,072  25 

Lbs. 

0-0,300 

14  ( ,4oy 

24,573  62 

Lbs. 
328,052 
2,471 
20 
7,579 

148,011          24,716  62 
1,359             339  75 
16                4  00 
4,289(          1,072  25 

6,236 

1,559  00 

325,858 

147,439 

24,573  62 

338,122 

153,675         26,132  62 

221 
1,053 
2,292 

77  35 

368  55 
802  20 

Doz. 

352 

3,223 

752  04 

— ■  

Doz. 

373 
99 
270 

3,444 
1,053 
2,292 

829  39 
368  55 
802  20 

3,566 

1,248  10 

352 

3.223 

752  04 

742 

6,789 

2,000  14 

514 

128  50 

Lbs. 
467 

80 

13  34 

Lbs. 

467  80 
5,170  514 

13  34 
128  50 

514 

128  50 

467 

80 

13  34 

5,637'  594 

141  84 

41 

109 

10  25 

27  25 

7  90 

131  68 

831 
109 

141  93 

27  25 

150 

37  50 

7  90 

131  68 

940 

169  18 





90 


CUSTOMS  DEPARTMENT  ii 

1-2  EDWARD  VII.,  A.  1902 

No.  1— General  Statement 


Total  Imports. 


Articles  Imported. 


Countries. 


Quantity. 


Value. 


Quantity. 


dutiable  goods— Con. 

Flax,  hemp  and  jute,  manufactures  of — 
Jute  cloth,  not  otherwise  finished  than 
calendered  or  bleached  


Other    articles    made    by  seamstress 
from  linen  fabrics,  N.O.P  


Great  Britain. 
B.  E.  Indies. . 
United  States. 

Total .... 


Great  Britain . 

France  

Germany  

Switzerland. . . 
United  States. 


Other  manufactures  of  hemp  or  jute, 
N.E.S.,  or  of  flax,  hemp  or  jute 
combined  


Foundry  facings  of  all  kinds , 


Fruits,  including  nuts,  viz. 
Dried  apples  


Currants . 


Dates. 


Total 


Great  Britain ... 
Austria- Hungary 

China  

France  

Germany  

Japan   

United  States  


Total. 


Great  Britain . 
United  States. 


Total. 


United  States. . 


Great  Britain. 

France  

Greece  

Spain  

Turkey  

United  States, 

Total. . . 

Great  Britain, 

China  

France  

Persia   

Turkey  

United  States 

Total..., 


Yds. 


777,924 
51,219 
3,550 


832,093 


Lbs. 
97,930 


111,772 
409 
1,918,590 
168,810 
72,609 
849,526 


3,121.722 


252,552 
160 
500 
1,126,589 
177,983 
76,406 


1,634,190 


42,905 
2,663 
232 


45,860 


3,493 
2,073 
307 
232 
3,807 


9,912 


148,236 
9 
27 
2,733 
650 
170 
8,598 


160,423 


970 
9,185 


10,155 


7,158 


8,670 
27 

132,450 
9,702 
2,670 
65,553 


219,072 


7,208 
3 
36 
16,292 
3,576 
3,170 


30,285 


Yds. 


25,860 
51,219 
3,550 


80,029 


Lbs. 
76,480 


87,643 
2,661 
2,682,317 
34,113 
30,262 
843,420 


3,086,416 


256,255 
160 
2,606 
1,074,184 
243,378 
96,500 


1,673,083 


ii 

SESSIONAL  PAPER  No.  11 

op  Imports — Continued. 


TRADE  AND  NAVIGATION 


91 


Entered  for  Home  Consumption. 


General  Tariff. 

Preferential  Tariff. 

Total. 

Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty 
Collected. 

S 

1,574 
2,663 
232 

$  Ct8. 

157  40 
266  30 
23  20 

Yds. 
761,573 

t 

41,821 

$  cts. 
2,785  33 

Yds. 

787,433 
51,219 
3,550 

-5 

43,395 
2,663 
232 

8  cts. 

2,945  73 
266  30 
23  20 

4,469 

446  90 

761,573 

41,821 

2,788  33;  842,202 

46,290 

3,235  23 

674 
2,073 
307 
232 
3,550 

235  90 
725  55 
107  45 
81  20 
1,242  50 

.  ...... 

3,002 

700  56 

3,676 
2,073 
307 
232 
3,550 

936  46 
725  55 
107  45 
81  20 
1,242  50 



6,836 

2,392  60 

3,002 

700  56 

9,838 

3,093  16 

2,179 
9 
27 
2.625 

544  75 
2  25 
6  75 

656  25 

145,384 

24,231  15 

147,563 
9 
27 
2,625 
661 
170 
8,598 

24,775  90 
2  25 
6  75 
656  25 
165  25 
42  50 
2.149  50 

661           165  25 

170 

8,598 

42  50 
2,149  50 



14.269 

3.567  25 

145,384 

24,231  15 

159,653 

27,798  40 

7 — 1 

89 
9,185 

22  25 
2,296  25 

881 

146  84 

970 
9,185 

169  09 
2,296  25 

9,274 

2,318  50 

881 

146  84 

10,155 

2,465  34 



5,547 

1,386  75 

Lbs. 

Lbs. 
76.480 

5,547 

1,386  75 

5,958 
197 
147,053 
1,910 
1,30K 
63,855 

876  43 
26  61 
26,823  17 
341  13 
362  62 
8,434  20 

20 

3 

14 

87,663 
2,661 
2,682,317 
34.113 
36,262 
843,420 

5,961 
197 
147.053 
1,910 

1,306 
63,855 

876  57 
26  61 
26,823  17 
341  13 
362  62 
8,434  20 

220,279 

36,^64  16 

20 

3 

14 

3,686,436 

220,282 

36,864  30 

7,337 
3 
269 
15,339 
4,699 
3,638 

1,834  25 
75 
67  25 
3,834  75 
1,174  75 
909  50 

256,255 
160 
2,606 
1,074,184 
243,378 
96,500 

7.337 
3 
269 
15,339 
4,699 
3,638 

1,834  25 
75 
67  25 
3,834  75 
1,174  75 
909  50 



::::::::: 



31,285 

7,821  25 

1,673,083,  31,285 

7,821  25 

92 


CUSTOMS  DEPARTMENT 


1-2  EDWARD  VII.,  A.  1902 

No.  1. — General  Statement 


Total  Imports. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Quantity. 

Lbs. 

$ 

Lbs. 

687,825 
2  170 
104,714 
49  322 
37,011 
872,577 
175,901 
534,854 
241,056 

16,872 

3,933 

829 
19,236 
4,381 
29,605 
12,554 

788,836 
2,170 
104,714 
40,604 
37,011 
878,375 
180,826 
513,634 
230,417 

2,705,430 

90,094 

2,776,587 

51,894 
39  615 
648,680 
8,400 
3,867,753 

1,113 

15,912 
431 
130,918 

22,540 
46,352 
538,461 
8.400 
3,556,089 

4,616,342 

149,991 

4,171,842 

510,708 
7,000 

1  71  fi 
I,  i  ID 

8,400 

334,536 
3,435,825 

24,949 
262 

399 

28,474 
232,295 

435,268 
10,410 
6,049 
8,400 
7,837,751 
4yy,4o9 
3,247,922 

13,131,603 

753,798 

12,045,239 

500 

1,158 
120 
650 
10,193 
1,965,556 

*±o 
28 

165 
75 
24 

431 

460 
500 
18,820 
1,158 
120 
650 

116,552 

1,915,656 

1,997,457 

117,850 

1,937,364 

2,1]4 

6 

404 
63,020 
177,506 
26,246 

641 
1 

77 
16,460 
48,744 
6,933 

1.979 
6 
404 
84,311 
169,483 
22,268 

269,296 

72,856 

278,451 

8,760 
111 
124,034 
182,268 
114,822 

1,049 

3 

13,341 
20,624 
12,672 

7,951 
111 
135,071 
220,287 
90,726 

429,995 

47,689 

454,146 

Articles  Imported. 


Countries. 


DUTIABLE  GOODS — Con. 


Fruits,  including  nuts— Con. 
1  Figs  


Prunes. 


Raisins. 


All  other,  N.E.S. 


Almonds,  shelled. 


M  not  shelled. 


Great  Britain.  . 

France  

Greece  

Italy  

Persia  

Portugal  

Spain. ,  

Turkey  

United  States  

Total  

Great  Britain. .  . . 
Austria-  Hungary 

France  

Spain  

United  States. . . , 

Total  


Great  Britain . 

France  

Greece  

Italy.  

Spain  

Turkey  

United  States. 


Total. 


Great  Britain . 
B.  E.  Indies  . 

China  

France  

Italy  

Japan  

Spain  

United  States. 

Total.... 

Great  Britain . 
Hong  Kong. . . 

China  

France  

Spain  

United  States. 

Total.... 

Great  Britain. 

China  

France  

Spain  

United  States. 

Total.... 


ii 

SESSIONAL  PAPER  No.  11 

op  Imports — Continued. 


TRADE  AND  NAVIGATION 


93 


Entered  for  Home  Consumption. 


General  Tariff. 

Preferential  Tariff. 

Total. 

Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity .  Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty 
Collected. 

S 

17,368 
179 
3,933 
2,241 
829 
19,820 
4,550 
27,550 
11,840 

$  cts. 

4,342  00 
44  75 
983  25 
560  25 
207  25 
4,955  00 
1,137  50 
6,887  50 
2,960  00 

Lbs. 
1,488 

201 

S  cts. 
33  50 

Lbs. 

790,324 
2,170 
104,714 
40,604 
37,011 
878,375 
180,826 
513,634 
230,417 

8 

17,569 
179 
3,933 
2,241 
829 
19,820 
4,550 
27,550 
11,840 

S  cts. 

4,375  50 
44  75 
983  25 
560  25 
207  25 
4,955  00 
1,137  50 
6,887  50 
2,960  00 

88,310 

22,077  50 

1,488 

201 

33  50 

2,778,075 

88,511 

22,111  00 

622 
1,819 
13,347 
431 
128,722 

225  40 
309  00 
5,897  74 
74  82 
35,560  89 

22,540 
46,352 
538,461 
8.400 

622 
1,819 
13,347 
4.31 

225  40 
309  00 
5,897  74 
74  82 
35,560  89 

3,556,089;  128,722 

144,941 

42,067  85 

4,171,842 

144,941 

42,067  85 

21,774 
467 
407 
399 
411,917 
38,441 
219,600 

4,352  68 

435,268 
10,410 
6,049 
8,400 
7,837,751 
499,439 
3.247.922 

21,774 
467 
407 
399 
411,917 
38,441 
219.600 

4,352  68 
104  10 
60  49 
84  00 
78,377  51 
4,994  39 
32,479  22 

104  10 
60  49 
84  00 
78,377  51 
4,994  39 
32,479  22 

 .  

693,005 

120.452  39 

12,045,239  693,005 

120,452  39 

43 
28 
532 
165 
75 
24 

10  75 
7  00 
133  00 
41  25 
18  75 
6  00 

460 
500 
18,820 
1,158 
120 
650 

43 
28 
532 
165 
75 
24 

10  75 
7  00 
133  00 
41  25 
18  75 
6  00 

113,035 

28,258  75 

1,915,656 

113,035 

28,258  75 

113,902 

28,475  5C 

1,937,364 

113,902 

28,475  50 

564 
1 

77 
23,148 
46,065 
5,882 

89  62 
3( 

20  2C 
2,810  3fr 
5,871  8S 
715  01 

665 

195 

22  18 

2,644 
6 

404 
84,311 
169,483 
22,268 

759 
1 

77 
23,148 
46,069 
5,882 

111  80 
30 
20  20 
2,810  36 
5,871  89 
715  01 





75,741 

9,507  3* 

665 

195 

22  18 

279,116 

75,936 

9,529  56 

944 

j 

14, 54* 
23,30( 
10,72; 

[          238  53  . . .   

7,951  944 
111  3 
135,071  j  14,548 
220,287  23,30(1 
90.72fii           in  79.? 

238  53 
3  33 
2,701  42 
4,405  74 

9  99Q  71 

t             3  3; 
1       2,701  41 
»        4,405  7J 
>       2,229  71 

j  

> 

a*:::::::.: 

i  

49,52( 

>       9,578  7: 

$1  



454,146          49,520|          9,578  73 

1 

94 


CUSTOMS  DEPARTMENT  U 

1-2  EDWARD  VII.,  A.  1902 

No.  1. — General  Statement 


Articles  Imported. 


Countries. 


Total  Imports. 


Quantity. 


Value. 


DUTIABLE  GOODS — Con. 

Fruits,  including  nuts — 
Brazil  nuts,  not  shelled  

Pecans,  not  shelled,  and  shelled  pecans 
N.E.S  

Walnuts,  not  shelled  


France   . 

Spain  

United  States. 

Total.... 


Great  Britain . 

China  

France  

United  States. 


Total. 


All  other  nuts,  N.O.P. 


Great  Britain. 

China  

France.  

Spain  

United  States. 

Total..  . 


Great  Britain . 
Hong  Kong. . . 

China  

France  

Italy  

Japan  

Spain  

Turkey  

United  States. 


shelled 


Total. 


Great  Britain . 

China  

France  

Spain.   

United  States. 


Green  apples . 


Total . 


Australasia . . . 
United  States. 


Total. 


Blackberries,  gooseberries,  r; 
strawberries,  N.E.S... . 


Cherries . 


United  States. 


United  States. 


Lbs. 


3,829 
53,612 


57,441 


199 
115 
2,562 
509,177 


512,053 


2,208 
1,977 

853,732 
24,316 

148,580 


1,030,813 


7,854 
219 
19,839 
97,297 
85,215 
2(i,531 
13,976 
40 

3,861,150 


4,112,121 


871 
23 

178,331 
28,t63 
24,049 


231,337 


Brls. 

252 
26,105 


26,35; 


Lbs. 

1,079,652 


105,607 


356 
5,043 


5,399 


2 
102 
30,280 


30,392 


181 
178 
69,612 
1,818 
16,265 


88,054 


694 
8 
460 
11,700 
5,430 
622 
1,141 
2 

113,817 


133,874 


81 

2 

25,077 
2,918 
5,461 


33,539 


1,505 
73,417 


74,922 


80,366 


9.547 


ii  TRADE  AND  NAVIGATION 

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of  Imports — Continued. 


95 


Entered  for  Home  Consumption'. 


General  Tariff. 

Preferential  Tariff. 

Total. 

■ 

Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity.  Value. 

Duty 
Collected. 

$ 

773 
356 
4,919 

3  cts. 
145  82 

•                TCI  PIQ 

1,659  30 

Lbs. 

8 



S  cts. 

Lbs. 

3,829 
55,034 

1 

i  to 

356 
4,919 

$  cts. 
145  82 

IO  Do 

1.659  30 

6,048 

1,881  70 

■ 

66,154 

6,048 

1,881  70 

2 
102 
30,211 

3  45 
76  86 
15,518  43 

199 

8 

3  98 



199 
115 

2,562 
517,281 

8 
2 
102 
30,211 

3  98 
3  45 
76  86 
15,518  43 

30,315 

15,598  74 

199 

8 

3  98 

520,157 

30,323 

15,602  72 

185 
178 
66,195 

12^975 

67  32 
59  31 
16,395  05 

"3,744'47 

2,244 
1,977 
805,459 

185 
178 
66,195 

67  32 
59  31 
16,395  05 

137,553 

12,975 

3,744  47 

79,533  )     20,266  15 

947,233 

79,533 

20,266  15 

666 
8 
458 
13,147 
7,407 
622 
4,830 

207  00 
4  38 

369  54 
2,258  10 
1,919  72 

530  62 
1,305  46 

1  >__ 



108 

8  29 

10,972 
219 
18,477 
112,905 
95,986 
26,531 
65,273 

774 
8 
458 
13,147 
7,407 
622 
4,830 

215  29 
4  38 

369  54 
2,258  10 
1,919  72 

530  62 
1,305  46 

112,016 

57,683  70 

2,884,184 

112,016 

57,683  70 

139,154 

64,278  52 

622 

108 

8  29 

3,214,547 

139,262 

64,286  81 

7 

2 

2-<,127 
1,721 
4,896 

4  90 
1  15 
4,573  81 
774  15 

960  95 

773 

74 

25  77 

871 

23 

206,815 
16,143 

20,86:. 

81 
2 

28,127 
1,721 
4,896 

30  67 
I  15 
4,573  81 
77s  1 

960  95 

34,753 

6,314  96 

773 

74 

25  77 

244,721 

34,827 

6,340  73 

1.189 
73,002 

73  20 
10,351  45 



Brls. 

Brls. 

183 

25,880 

1,189 
73,002 

73  20 
10,351  45 

74,191 

10,424  65 

26,063 

74,191 

10,424  65 

80,310 

21,585  48 

Lbs. 



Ltis, 

1,079,274 

80,310 

21,585  48 

9,517 

2,105  94 

105,297 

9,517 

2,105  94 

96 


CUSTOMS  DEPARTMENT  a 

1-2  EDWARD  VII.,  A.  1902 

No.  1. — General  Statement 


Total  Imi>orts. 


Articles  Imported. 


DUTIABLE  GOODS — Con 

Fruits,  including  nuts — 

Cranberries  

Currants  , 

Grapes  


Oranges,  lemons  and   limes,  in  boxes 
of  capacity  not  exceeding  2\  cu.  ft. . 


Oranges,  lemons   and   limes,  in  boxes 
of  capacity  not  exceeding  1%  cu.  ft. . 


Oranges,  lemons    and   limes,  in  cases 
or  other  packages,  N.E.S  


Oranges,  lemons  and  limes  in  bulk . 


Oranges,  lemons  and  limes  in  barrels, 
not  exceeding  the  capacity  of  flour 
barrels  


Countries. 


United  States. 


United  States. 


Great  Britain . 
Australasia . . . 

Spain  

United  States. 

Total 


Great  Britain. . 
B.  W.  Indies  . . 

China  

Italy  

Mexico  , 

Porto  Rico  

United  States. . 

Total  


Great  Britain. 
B.  W.  Indies.. 

Italy  

United  States. 


Total. 


Great  Britain. 
Australasia..  . 

China  

Italy  

Japan  

United  States. 


Total . 


B.  W.  Indies. . 
Porto  Rico. . .  . 
United  States. 

Total.... 


B.  W.  Indies. . 
Porto  Rico  . . , 
United  States. 

Total... 


Quantity. 

Bush. 
13,570 


Value. 


Lbs. 


915 


316,482 
110 
103,036 
581,908 


1,001,536 


Boxes. 
17,614 
971 

85 

143,510 

3,666 
3 

266,263 


432,112 


\  boxes. 
1,081 


36,340 
3,418 


40,839 


Cu.  ft. 
holding 
capacity. 
133,010 
267 
212 
6,967 
17,114 
13,164 


170,734 


No. 


10,000 
500 
5,976 


16,476 


Brls. 
14,602 

3,457 

18,066 


26,199 


49 


25,091 
11 
4,395 
30,418 


59,915 


28,483 
1,042 
92 

320,336 
3,788 
5 

566,063 


919,809 


1,590 


46,009 
4,528 


52,127 


101,322 
239 
64 
4,874 
10,136 
9,851 


126, 4S6 


24 

5 
92 


121 


32,482 
20 
14,318 

46,820 


TRADE  AND  NAVIGATION  97 


SESSIONAL  PAPER  No.  11 

op  Imports — Continued. 


ENTERED  FOR  HOME  CONSUMPTION. 

1 

2 

8 

4 

5 

6 

7 
8 

General  Tariff. 

Preferential  Tariff. 

Total. 

"Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity. 

Value.   1  Duty. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty 
Collected. 

26,199 

3  cts. 
6,549  75 

Bush. 

S 

S  cts. 

Bush. 
13,570 

$ 

26,199 

$  cts. 
6,549  75 

49 

18  30 

Lbs. 

Lbs. 

915 

49 

18  30 

24,313 
11 
4,497 
30,344 

6,116  14 
2  20 
1,841  4S 
11,603  29 

305,807 
110 
92,074 
580,208 

24,313 
11 
4,497 
30,344 

6,116  14 
2  20 
1,841  48 
11,603  29 

59,165 

19,563  11 

  978,199 

59,165 

19,563  11 

27,399 
114 

92 

130,012 
2,511 

5 

564,759 

3,952  01 
17  25 
21  25 
15,709  25 
641  50 
0  75 
66,334  00 

Boxes. 
72.". 
901 

924 
927. 

120  85 
150  17 

Boxes. 
16,533 
970 
85 
62,837 
2,566 
3 

265,336 

28,323 
1,041 
92 

130,012 
2,511 
5 

564,759 

4,072  86 
167  42 
21  25 
15,709  25 
641  50 
75 

66,334  00 



724,892 

86,676  01 

1,626 

1,851 

271  021  348,330 

726,743 

86,947  03 

1,548 

20,409 
4,528 

133  38 

1,997  84 
444  34 

\  boxes. 
55 
20 

42 
20 

4  95 
1  54 

\  boxes. 
1,081 
20 
15,368 
3,418 

1,590 
20 
20,409 

4,528 

138  33 
1  54 
1,997  84 
444  34 

26,485 

2,575  56 

75 

62 

6  49 

19,887 

26,547 

2,582  05 

101,2S5 
188 
64 
367 
10,136 
9,830 

13,295  41 
22  10 
21  20 
62  60 
1,711  40 
1,315  00 

Cu.  ft. 
holding 
capacity. 
'58 

37 





3  87 

Cu.  ft. 
holding 
capacity. 
133,009 
221 
212 
626 
17,114 
13,150 

101,322 
188 
64 
367 
10,136 
9,830 

13,299  28 
22  10 
21  20 
62  60 
1,711  40 
1,315  00 

121,870 

16,427  71 

58 

37 

3  87 

164,332 

121,907 

16,431  58 

24 
5 
92 

15  00 
75 
8  96 

No. 
10,000 
500 
5,976 

24 

92 

15  00 
75 
8  96 

121 

24  71 

16,476 

121 

24  71 

1,661 
20 
13,880 

307  45 
3  85 
1,876  60 

Brls. 
14,043 

31,124 

5,149  11 

Brls. 
14,602 
7 

3,412 

32,785 
13,880 

5,456  56 
3  85 
1,876  60 

15,561 

2,187  90 

14,043 

31,124 

5,149  11 

18,021 

46,685 

7,337  01 

11 — ii — 7 


98  CUSTOMS  DEPARTMENT 

No. 


ii 

1-2  edward  vii.,  a.  1902 
1. — General  Statement 


Articles  Imported. 


DUTIABLE  GOOES — Con 

Fruits,  including  nuts- 
Peaches,  N.O.P  

Plums  

Quinces  

All  other,  N.E.S  


Fruits  in  air-tight  cans  or  in  other  pack- 
ages    


Fruits  preserved  in  brandy  or  in  other 
spirits  


Furniture — House,  office  cabinet  or  store 
furniture  of  wood,  iron  or  other 
material  in  parts  or  finished  


Countries. 


Australasia . . . 
United  States. 


Total . 


Great  Britain . 
B.  W.  Indies. . 
Australasia . . . 

China  

Port  Rico  

United  States. 


Great  Britain . 
B.  E.  Indies . . 
B.  W.  Indies.. 
Hong  Kong. , . 

China  

France  

Germany  

Italy.  

Hawaii  , 

United  States. 


Total. 


Great  Britain . 

France  

United  States. 


Total. 


Great  Britain . 

Hong  Kong  

Austria  Hungary. 

Belgium  , 

China  

Egypt  

France  

Germany  

Italy  

J  apan  

Madeira  

Portugal  

Switzerland  

United  States. . . . 


Total. 


Total  Imports. 


Quantity. 


United  States  

United  States  


Lbs. 


100 

2,094,457 


2,094,557 


Bush. 
36,712 


1,383 


Lbs. 
395,190 
59,874 
4,748 
57 
25,229 
88,748 
120 
10 
5,800 
1,338,039 


1,917,815 


Gal. 


446 
330 
53 


829 


Value. 


5 

52,038 


52,043 


36,465 


335 


15 
510 
7 

136 
5 

60,920 


61,593 


21,401 

2,865 
457 
4 

592 
6,505 
23 
1 

500 
78,281 


110,629 


887 
795 
306 


1,988 


21,263 
6 

3,097 
77 
2,410 
231 
9,641 
672 
273 
4,110 
22 
3 
5 

402,396 
444,206 


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SESSIONAL  PAPER  No.  11 

f 

of  Imports — Continued. 


Entered  for  Home  Consumption. 


General  Tariff. 

Preferential  Tariff. 

Total. 

Duty. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty 
Collected. 

S 

5 

51,996 

8  cte. 

1  00 
20,930  57 

Lbs. 

i 

$  cts. 

Lbs. 

100 

2,093.057 

S 

5 

51,996 

1  00 
20,930  57 



52,001 

20,931  57 

2,093,157 

52,001 

20,931  57 

36,291 

9,072  75 

Bush. 
36,465 

36,291 

9,072  75 

335 

83  75 

1,383 

335 

83  75 

15 
390 

2  00 
52  01 



15 
510 
7 
136 

5 

60,627 

2  00 
76  01 

1  40 
27  20 

1  00 
12,125  40 

120 
7 

136 
5 

60,627 

24  00 
1  40 
27  20 
1  00 
12,125  40 

60,895 

12,  i;  9  00 

405 

54  01 

61,300 

12,233  01 

1,929 
557 

526  66 
265  63 

Lbs. 
389,404 
36,532 

20.086 
1,728 

5,841  11 
547  98 

Lbs 
412,811 
48,340 

22.015 
2,285 

6,367  77 
813  66 

1  29 
578  12 
1,624  39 
125  55 
23 
58  05 
24,055  74 

4 
614 
5,641 
306 

1 

230 
64,894 

1  29 
578  12 
1,624  39 
125  55 
23 
58  05 
24,055  74 

57 
25,694 
72,195 
5,580 
10 
2,580 
1,069,132 

4 

614 
5,641 
306 
1 
230 
64,894 

74,176 

27,235  71 

425,936 

21,814 

6,389  09 

1,636,399 

95,990 

33,624  80 

• 

149 

875 
352 

136  00 

723  50 
146  00 

Gal. 

2 

8 

2  67 

Gal. 

70 
361 

73 

157 

875 

an 

138  67 
723  50 
mr  nn 

1,376 

1,005  50 

2 

8 

2  67 

504|           1,384           1,008  17 

3,230 
6 

3,266 
77 
2,410 
231 
8,796 
1,370 
217 
4,107 
22 
3 

402,253 

969  00 
1  80 
979  80 
23  10 
723  00 
69  30 
2,638  80 
411  00 
65  10 
1,232  10 
6  60 
90 
1  50 
120,675  90 

17,660 

3,532  00 

20,890           4.501  00 
fi                1  an 

3,266 
77 
2,410 
231 
8,796 
1,370 
217 
4,107 
22 
3 
5 

402,253 

979  80 
23  10 
723  (0 
69  30 
2,638  80 
411  00 
65  10 
1,232  10 
6  60 
90 
1  50 
120,675  90 

425,993 

127,797  90 

17,660 

3,532  00 

443,653 

131,329  90 

11 — ii — 7i 


100 


CUSTOMS  DEPARTMENT  n 

1-2  EDWARD  VII.,  A.  1902 

No.  1. — General  Statement 


Total  Imports. 


Articles  Imported. 


Countries. 


Quantity. 


Value. 


dutiable  goods — Con. 

Furs  and  manufactures  of — 
Fur  skins,  wholly  or  partially  dressed, 
N.E.S  


Great  Britain .... 

B.  Africa  

Austria  Hungary. 

Belgium  

China  

France  

Germany  

Russia  

United  States  


Caps,  hats,  muffs, 
cloaks  and  other 
fur,  N.O.P  


tippets,  capes 
manufactures  of 


Total 


Great  Britain .... 
Newfoundland 
Austria  Hungary. 

France  

Germany  

Italy  

Japan  

United  States. . . . 


Total. 


Glass  and  manufactures  of — 
Bulbs  for  electric  lights . 


Glass  carboys  or  demijohns,  empty  or 
filled,  bottles,  decanters,  flasks, 
phials  


Germany  

United  States. 

Total  


Great  Britain .... 
B.  W.  Indies.. .. 
Austria  Hungary. 

Belgium  

France  

Germany  

Holland  

St.  Pierre  

Turkey  

United  States  


Doz. 
2,640 
202,018 


204,658 


Glass  jars  or  glass  balls  and  cut, 
pressed  or  moulded  crystal  or  glass 
table  ware,  decorated  or  not  


Total. 


Great  Britain.  .  . 
Austria  Hungary. 
Belgium .....  ... 

China  

Denmark  

France  

Germany  

Holland  

Italy  

Japan  

Sweden  

United  States.  . . 


Total. 


348,499 
48 
862 
15,245 
1,640 
125,615 
277,747 
16,713 
102,855 


889,224 


45,288 
40 
169 
906 
4,234 
120 
61 
47,096 


97,914 


256 
29,503 


29,759 


18,475 
10 
1,376 
51 
8,485 
123,526 
344 
5 

T 

114,014 


266,293 


12,317 
23,499 
10,276 
63 
97 
4,042 
13,778 
1 

188 
139 
55 

162,260 
226,715 


ii  TRADE  AND  NAVIGATION 

SESSIONAL  PAPER  No.  11 

of  Imports — Continued. 


101 


Entered  for  Home  Consumption. 


General  Tariff. 

Preferential  Tariff. 

Total. 

Value . 

Duty. 

s\  ... 
quantity . 

Value,   j  Duty. 

Quantity.       Value . 

Duty 
Collected. 

8 

146,844 
48 
862 
14.180 

8  cts. 

22,026  60 
7  20 
129  30 
2.127  00 

8 

185,982 

8  cts. 
18,598  20 

8 

332,826 
48 
862 
14,180 
1,640 
122,007 
277,429 
16,713 
101,806 

8  cts. 

40,624  80 
7  20 
129  30 
2,127  00 
246  00 
18,301  05 
41,614  35 
2,506  95 
15,270  90 

1,640          246  00 
122,007      18,301  05 
277,429      41.614  35 
16,713^       2,506  95 
101,806'      15,270  90 

681,529     102.229  35 

185,982 

18,593  20 

867,511 

120,827  55 

2,625          787  50 

42,880 

8,575  92 

45,505 

9,363  42 

169           50  70 
906          271  80 
4,234        1,270  20 
120           36  00 
61            18  30 
46,885      14,065  50 

169 
906 
4,234 
120 
61 
46,885 

50  70 
271  80 
1,270  20 
36  00 
18  30 
14,065  50 

55.000       16.500  00 

42,880 

8,575  92 

97,880         25,075  92 

256 
29,503 

25  60 
2,950  30 

Doz. 
2,640 
202,018 

256 
29,503 

25  60 
2,950  30 

29,759)       2,975  90 

204,658 

29,759 

2,975  90 

5,070       1,521  00 
10             3  00 
1,426          427  80 
51 !           15  30 
8,032       2,409  60 
122, 716      36,814  80 
349,         104  70 
5             1  50 
7             2  10 
114,014      34,204  20 

13,413 

2,682  60 

18,483 
10 
1,426 
51 
8,032 
122,716 
349 
5 

114,014 

4,203  60 
3  00 
427  80 
15  30 
2,409  60 
36,814  80 
104  70 

1  50 

2  10 
34,204  20 





251,6801      75,504  00 

13.413 

2,682  60 

265,093 

78,186  60 

5,478        1,643  40 
21,662.       6,498  60 
8,848,       2,654  40 
63           18  90 
97|           29  10 
4,800        1,440  00 
13,175j       3,952  50 
1             0  30 
188           56  40 
139           41  70 
55           16  50 
162,951,     48,885  30 

7,063 

1,412  60 

12,541 
21,662 
8,818 
63 
97 
4,800 
13,175 
1 

188 
139 

5fS 

3,056  00 
6,498  60 
2,654  40 
18  90 
29  10 
1,440  00 
3,952  50 
0  30 
56  40 
41  70 
16  5n 





162,951  j         48,885  30 

217,457      65,237  10 

7,063 

1,412  60 

224,520;         66,649  70 

102  CUSTOMS  DEPARTMENT 

No. 


ii 

1-2  EDWARD  Vll.,  A.  1902 

1. — General  Statement 


Articles  Imported. 


DUTIABLE  GOODS — Con. 

Glass  and  manufactures  of — Con. 
Lamp  chimneys,  glass  shades  or 
and  blown  glass  table  ware. . , 


Ornamental,  figured  and  enamelled 
coloured  glass  and  memorial  or  other 
ornamental  window  glass,  N.O.P  . 


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


Common  and  colourless  window  glass 
and  plain  coloured  opaque,  stained 
or  tinted  or  muffled  glass  in  sheets. . 


Plate  glass,  not  bevelled  in  sheets  or 
panes,  not  exceeding  25  sq.  ft,  each, 
N.O.P  ,   


Plate  glass,  &c,  N.E.S. 


Countries. 


Great  Britain. . . . 
Austria  Hungary. 

Belgium  

China   

France  

Germany  

Holland  

Italy.  .  

United  States. . . . 


Total. 


Great  Britain . 
Belgium  .... 

France    . 

Germany ...  . 
United  States. 

Total...  . 


Great  Britain. 
Belgium ... 
Germany. .  . . 
United  States. 


Total. 


Great  Britain . 

Belgium  

France  

Germany  

United  States. 

Total  


Great  Britain 

Belgium  , 

France  

Germany  

United  States 

Total  

Great  Britain 

Belgium  

France  

Germany .  . . 
United  .States, 

Total  


Total  Imports. 


Quantity. 


Sq. 


ft. 

25,642 
56,145 
1,600 
11,839 


95,226 


Value. 


3,128 
5,517 
352 
18 
575 
14,379 
735 
4 

117,916 


142,624 


6,387 
1,744 
450 
1,406 
2,752 


12,739 


1,466 
2,976 
83 
672 


5,197 


5,080,426 
10,453,486 
247,820 
366,715 
410,367 

155,884 
272,824 
8,715 
10.443 
20,453 

76,140 
10,014,430 
247,820 
428,715 
410,367 

16,558,814 

468,319 

11,177,472 

139,343 
101,876 
34,642 
18,385 
10,246 

36,313 
20,169 
8,812 
4,075 
2,573 

2,322 
106,783 
34,642 
18,385 
10,246 

304,492 

71,942 

172,378 

224,961 
123,125 

3,462 
11,500 

3,079 

67,992 
33,649 

888 
2,947 

814 

3,607 
124,435 
3,462 
11,500 
3,079 

366,127 

106,290 

146,083 

TRADE  AND  NAVIGATION  103 


SESSIONAL  PAPER  No.  11 

op  Imports — Continued. 


Entered  fob  Home  Consumption. 

General  Tariff. 

Preferential  Tariff. 

Total. 

Value. 
§ 

395 
5,733 
352 
18 
575 
14.293 
1,804 
4 

118,404 

Duty. 

Quantity. 

Value.  Duty. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty 
Collected. 

S  cts. 

118  50 
1,719  90 
105  60 
5  40 
172  50 
4,287  90 
541  20 
1  20 
35,521  20 

1 

2,733 

S  cts. 
516  60 

■3 

3,128 
5,733 
352 
18 
575 
14,293 
1,804 
4 

118,404 

$  cts. 

665  1< 
1,719  90 
105  60 
5  40 
172  50 
4,287  90 
541  20 
1  20 
35,521  20 

141,578 

42,473  40 

2,733 

546  60 

144,311 

43,020  00 

6,387 

1,277  40 

6,387 
1,744 
4"0 
1,406 
2,752 

1,277  40 
523  20 
135  00 
421  80 
825  60 

1,744 
450 
1.406 
2,752 

523  20 
135  00 
421  80 
825  60 

6,352 

1,905  60 

6,387 

1,277  40 

12,739 

3,183  00 

2^976 
83 
672 

892  80 
24  90 
201  60 

Sq.  ft. 
25,642 

1,466 

293  20 

Sq.  ft. 
25,642 
56,145 
1,600 
11,839 

1,466 
2,976 
83 
672 

293  20 
80S  Ml 
24  90 
201  60 

3,731 

1,119  30 

25,642 

1,466 

293  20 

95,226 

5,197 

1,412  50 

2,369 
263,005 

8,715 
11,673 
20,453 

473  80 
52,601  00 
1,743  00 
2,334  60 
4,090  60 

5,004,286 

153,515 

20,469  19 

5,080,426 
10,014,430 
247,820 
428,715 
410,367 

155,884 
263,005 
8,715 
11,673 
20,453 

20,942  99 
52,601  00 
1,743  00 
2,334  60 
4,090  60 

306,215 

61,243  00 

5,004,286 

153,515 

20,469  19 

16,181,758 

459,730 

81,712  19 

571 
21,280 
8,812 
4,075 
2,573 

142  75 
5,320  00 
2,203  00 
1,018  75 

643  25 


137,021 

35,742 
35,742 

5,957  44 

139,343 
106,783 
34,642 
18,385 
10,246 

36,313 
21.2*0 
8,812 
4,075 
2,573 

6,100  19 
5,320  00 
2,203  OC 
1,018  75 
643  25 

37,311 

9,327  75 

137,021 

5,957  44 

309,399 

73,053 

15,285  19 

968 
34,189 
888 
2,947 
814 

338  80 
11,966  15 
310  80 
1,031  45 
284  90 

221,354 

67,024 

15,638  99 

221,961 
124,435 

3,462 
11,500 

3,079 

67,992 
34,189 

888 
2,947 

814 

15,977  79 
11,966  15 

310  80 
1,031  45 

284  90 

39,806      13,932  10 


221,354 

67,024 

15,638  99 

367,437 

106,830 

29,571  09 

104 


CUSTOMS  DEPARTMENT  H 

1-2  EDWARD  VII.,  A.  1902 

No.  1. — General  Statement 


Akticles  Imported. 


Countries. 


Total  Imports. 


Quantity. 


Value. 


Quantity. 


dutiable  goods— Con. 

Glass  and  manufactures  of — 
Plate  glass,  bevelled,  N.O.P. . 


rough  rolled 


German  looking  glass  unsilvered  or 
for  silvering  


Silvered  glass,  bevelled  or  not, framed. . 


Stained  glass  windows 


All  other  glass  and  manufactures  of 
glass  not  otherwise  provided  for,  in 
eluding  bent  plate  or  other  sheet  glass 


Great  Britain . 

Belgium  

United  States. 


Total 


Great  Britain .  , 

Belgium  

Germany .... 
United  States. . 


Total. 


Belgium ..... 

Germany  

United  States. 


Total . 


Great  Britain 
Austria  Hungary. 

Belgium  

France  

Germany  

Italy  

Japan   

United  States  


Total. 


Great  Britain . 

France   

Germany  

United  States 


Total 


Great  Britain .  . . 
Austria  Hungary. 

Belgium  

France   

Germany  

Italy  

United  States  . . . 


Total 


Sq.  ft. 


Sq.  ft. 


35,844 
9,965 
856 


11,727 
3,679 
366 


46,665 


15,772 


116,977 
10,817 
5,785 
72,415 


7,786 
462 
280 

2,882 


205,994 


11,410 


1,223 
55,448 
2,957 


59,628 


9,962 
606 
982 
9,806 
17,099 
8 
4 

15,260 


53,727! 


300 
347 
1,114 
303 


2,064 


19,735 
10,665 
466 

2,614 
12,847 

1,892 
64,224 

112,443 


TRADE  AND  NAVIGATION 

SESSIONAL  PAPER  No.  11 

op  Imports — Continued. 


105 


Entered  fob  Home  Consumption. 


General  Tariff. 

Preferential  Tariff. 

Total. 

Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty 
Collected. 

•3 

3,679 
.366 

S  cts. 

1,287  65 
128  10 

Sq.  ft. 

QX  Oil 

•? 

1 1  TOT 
11,1  £i 

$  cts. 

O  TQil  OA 

Sq.  ft. 

Q~   Q  i  4 

O0,o44 

OOO 

• 

11,727 
3,679 
366 

S  cts. 

2,736  30 
1,287  65 
128  10 

4,045 

1,415  75 

1 1  TO- 

O  TOP  Qi~l 
_.,o''  oU 

40,  OOO 

15,772 

4,152  05 

462 
280 
2,882 

loo  oU 
84  00 
864  60 

116,877 

7,768 

1,553  60 

116,877 

in  Qi" 
1U,81< 

r:  70c 

— .  i  « -t  - 

<Z,410 

7,768 
462 
280 

2,882 

1,553  60 
138  60 
84  00 
864  60 

3,624 

1.0S7  20 

110, o<  i 

T  TftQ 
l,<00 

l.oo3  60 



11,392 

2,640  80 

1,223 
55,448 
2,957 

244  60 
11,089  60 
591  40 

1,223 
55,448 
2,957 

244  60 
11,089  60 
591  40 

59,628 

11,925  60 

59,628 

11,925  60 

577 
606 
982 
9,612 
16,205 
8 
4 

15,523 

?01  95 
212  10 

9,385 

2,189  84 



9,962 
606 
982 
9,612 
16,205 
8 
4 

15,523 

2,391  79 
212  10 
343  70 
3,364  20 
5,671  75 
2  80 
1  40 
5,433  05 

343  70 
3,364  20 
5,671  75 
2  80 
1  40 
5,433  05 



43,517 

15,230  95   

9,.->8o 

2,189  84 

52,902 

17,420  79 

300 
347 
1,299 
303 

90  00 
104  10 
389  70 

90  90 

300 
347 
1« 

90  00 
104  10 

389  70 

303               90  90 

2,249 

674  70 

2,249             674  70 

3,153 

9,544 
572 

2,628 
13,030 

1,892 
64,525 

95,344 

630  60 
1,908  80 

114  40 

525  60 
2,606  00 

378  40 
12,905  00 

17,100 

2,280  30 

20,253 
9,544 
572 
2,628 

13.030 

2,910  90 
1,908  80 
114  40 
525  60 
9  fiOH  00 

1  899.               378  40 

64,525 

12,905  00 

19,068  80   

17,100 

2,280  30 

112,444 

21,349  10 

106 


CUSTOMS  DEPARTMENT  || 

1-2  EDWARD  VII.,  A.  1902 

No.  1. — General  Statement 


Articles  Imported. 


DUTIABLE  GOODS — Con. 

Gloves  and  mitts  of  all  kinds  


Gold  and  silver,  manufactures  of — 
Gold,  silver  and  aluminum  leaf,  Dutch 
or  schlag  metal  leaf  


Manufactures  of  gold,  N.E.S  


Electro-plated  ware  and  gilt  ware  of 
all  kinds,  N.E.S   


Sterling  or  other  silverware . 


Grease,  axle 


Countries. 


Great  Britain .... 
Austria  Hungary. 

Belgium  

Cuba  

France   .... 

Germany  

Italy  

Sweden  

Switzerland  

United  States. . . . 


Total 


Great  Britain. 

France   

Germany  ...  . 
United  States 

Total  .... 


Great  Britain . 

France   

United  States. 

Total   


Great  Britain .... 
Austria  Hungary. 

Belgium  

France   

Germany  

Greece  

Japan   

United  States  . . . 


Total 


Great  Britain .... 
Austria  Hungary. 

Belgium  

China  

France  

Germany  

Holland  

Japan  

United  States    . . 


Total 


Great  Britain . 

Genu any  

United  States. 

Total  .... 


Total  Imports. 


Quantity. 


Lbs. 
10,208 
1,523 
759,516 

771,247 


Value. 


213,989 
49,440 
949 
112 
203,258 
192,339 
2,928 
18 
801 
38,913 


702,747 


1,605 
1,047 
42,418 
1,831 


46,901 


605 
217 
7,323 


8,145 


36,541 
219 
1,186 
4,188 
4,722 
12 
55 

169,815 


216,738 


24,182 
1,228 
181 
9 

1,236 
3,266 
813 
31 
59,064 


90,010 


509 
588 
29,825 

30,922 


ii  TRADE  AND  NAVIGATION 

SESSIONAL  PAPER  No.  11 

of  Imports — Continued, 


107 


Entered  for  Home  Consumption. 


General  Tariff. 

Preferential  Tariff. 

Total. 

Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity . 

Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty 
Collected. 

$ 

98,469 
49,396 
949 
112 
203,258 
192,068 
2,928 
18 
801 
37,926 

$  cts. 

34,464  15 
17,288  60 
332  15 
39  20 
71,140  30 
67,223  80 
1,024  80 
6  30 
280  35 
13,274  10 

$ 

llo,ooo 

$   cts . 

$ 

215, 122 
49,396 
949 
112 
203,258 
192,068 
2,928 
18 
oUl 
37,926 

|  cts. 

01,000  yo 
17,288  60 

oo£  10 

39  20 
71,140  30 
67,223  80 
1,024  80 
6  30 
ZoU  oO 
13,274  10 

585,925 

205,073  75 

116,653 

27,219  83 

702,578 

232,293  58 

• 

1,060 
1,047 
41,671 
1,831 

265  00 
261  75 
10,417  75 
457  75 

552 

92  01 

1,612 
1,047 
41,671 
1,831 

357  01 
261  75 
10,417  75 
457  75 

45,609 

11,402  25 

552 

92  01 
117  80 

46,161 

11.494  zb 

16 
217 

7,3yo 

4  80 
65  10 
2,217  00 

589 

605 
217 
7,390 

122  60 
65  10 
2,217  00 

7,623 

2,286  90 

589 

117  80 

8,212 

2,404  70 

3,164 
219 
1,186 
3,819 
5, 372 
12 
43 

171,411 

949  20 
65  70 
355  80 
1,145  70 
1,611  60 
3  60 
12  90 
51,423  30 

33  449 

vj,  UO.7  OV 

36,613 
219 
1,186 
3,819 
5,372 
12 
43 

171,411 

7,639  00 
65  70 
355  80 
1,145  70 
1,611  60 
3  60 
12  90 
51,423  30 

185,226 

55,567  80 

33,449 

6,689  80 

218,675 

62,257  60 

2,401 
1,228 
181 
9 

1,170 

3,206 
813 
31 
55,718 

720  30 
368  40 
54  30 
2  70 
351  00 
979  80 
243  90 
9  30 
16,715  40 

21,781 

4,356  20 

24,182 
1,228 
181 
9 

1,170 
3,260 
813 
31 

55,718 

5,076  50 
368  40 
54  30 
2  70 
351  00 
979  80 
243  90 
9  30 
16,715  40 

64,817 

19,445  10 

21,781 

4,356  20 

86,598 

23,801  30 

61 

588 
28,917 

15  25 
147  00 
7,229  25 

Lbs. 
8,030 

406 

67  68 

Lbs. 
9,640 
1,523 

760,995 

467 

588 
28,917 

82  93 
147  00 

7,229  25 

29,566 

7,391  50 

8,030 

406 |           67  68 

772,158 

29,972 

7,459  18 

108 


CUSTOMS  DEPARTMENT  ii 

1-2  EDWARD  VII.,  A.  1902 

No.  1. — General  Statement 


hi 


Articles  Imfokted. 


DUTIABLE  GOODS — Con. 

Gunpowder  and  other  explosives.  &c. — 
Gun,  rifle  and  sporting  powder  

Cannon  and  musket  powder  

Blasting  and  mining  powder  ? . 

Giant   powder,  nitro  and   other  ex- 
plosives  

Nitro  glycerine  

Gun,  rifle  and  pistol  cartridges  or  other 
amunitions,  &c,  N.O.P  


Gun  wads,  percussion  caps,  primers  and 
cartridge  cases  

Gun  or  pistol  covers  or  cases,  game  bags, 
loading  tools  and  cartridge  belts  of  any 
material  

Gutta  percha  and  india  rubber,  manufac- 
tures of — 

Boots  and  shoes  

Belting  ,  


Countries. 


Great  Britain. 
United  States. 

Total  .... 


United  States. . 


Great  Britain. 
United  States. 

Total  .... 


Great  Britain . 

Germany  

United  States. 


Total 


United  States. 


Great  Britain . . 

Belgium  

Germany  

United  States. . 


Total 


Great  Britain  

Austria  Hungary 

Germany  

United  States  


Total  Imports. 


Total 


Great  Britain. 
United  States. 


Total 


Great  Britain . 
Germany .  ... 
United  States. 


Total 


Great  Britain. 
United  States. 


Total 


Quantity. 


Lbs. 


27,459 
58,830 


86,289 


5,744 


11,950 
39,050 


51,000 


36,000 
22,055 
455,561 


513,676 


2,750 


Value. 


9,005 
15,995 


25,000 


2,307 


1,464 
2,572 


4,036 


3,234 
6,597 
69,218 


79,049 


369 


49,308 
1,727 
818 
87,180 


139,033 


14,956 
44 
215 
18,199 


33,414 


201 
4,221 


4,422 


519 
106 
70,341 


70,966 


165 
37,250 

37,415 


ii  TRADE  AND  NAVIGATION 

SESSIONAL  PAPER  No.  11 

of  Imports — Continued. 


Entered  for  Home  Coxscmptiox. 


General  Tariff. 

Preferential  Tariff. 

Total. 

Value, 

Duty. 

Quantity. 

"Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty 
Collected. 

1,378 
15,995 

$  cts. 

304  53 
1,764  95 

Lbs. 
17,308 

•S 

7,627 

S  cts. 
346  15 

Lbs. 

27,459 
58,830 

1 

9,005 
15,995 

S  cts. 

650  68 
1,764  95 

17,373 

2,069  48 

17,308 

7,627 

346  15 

s,;.2>'.> 

25,000          2,415  63 

2,307 

172  32 

5,744 

2,307 

172  32 

1,422 

581  00 

ll,9o0 

1,464 

1d9  34 

ll,9o0 
29,050 

1,464 
1,422 

159  34 
581  00 

1,422 

581  00 

11,950 

1,464 

159  34 

41,000 

2,886 

740  34 

6,597 
57,654 

661  65 
11,643  33 

ob,060 

3,234 

721  20 

36,060 
22,055 
388,111 

3,234 
6,597 
57,654 

721  20 
661  65 
11,643  33 

64,251 

12,304  98 

36,060 

3,234 

721  20 

44o,22o 

67,485 

13,026  18 

369 

82  50 

2,750 

369 

82  50 

10,755  20 
518  10 
245  40 

26,164  20 

934 
1,727 
818 
87,214 

280  20 
518  10 
245  40 
26,164  20 

52,375 

10,475  00 

53,309 
1,727 
818 
87,214 

90,693 

27.207  90 

52,375 

10,475  00 

143,068 

37,682  90 

772 
44 
215 
17,788 

231  60 
13  20 
64  50 
5,336  40 

14,184 

2,836  80 

14,956 
44 
215 
17,788 

3,068  40 
13  20 
64  50 

5,336  40 

18,819 

5,645  70 

14,184 

2,826  80 

33,003 

8,488  50 

22 
4,221 

6  60 
1,266  30 

179 

35  80 

201 
4,221 

42  40 
1,266  30 

4,243 

1,272  90 

179 

35  80 

4,422 

1,308  70 

519 

86  50 

519 
106 
69,883 

86  50 
*    26  50 
17,470  75 

106 

69,883 

26  50 
17,470  75 

69,989 

17,497  25 

519 

86  50 

70,508 

17,583  75 

310 

51  68 

310 
37,204 

51  68 
9,301  00 

37,204 

9,301  00 

37,204 

9,301  00 

310 

51  68   1  37,514 

1 

9,352  68 

110 


CUSTOMS  DEPARTMENT  a 

1-2  EDWARD  VII.,  A.  1902 
No.  1.  GrKNERAL  STATEMENT 


Articles  Imported. 


Countries. 


Total  Imports. 


Quantity. 


Value. 


DUTIABLE  GOODS— Con. 

Gutta  percha  &c. — 

Clothing   and  clothing   made  water- 
proof with  India  rubber  


Hose,  including  cotton  or  linen,  lined 
with  rubber.   , 


Packing,  mats  and  matting. 


Sheeting. 


All  others,  not  otherwise  provided  for. . 


Hair,  and  manufacturers  of,  not  otherwise 
provided  for — 
Braids  chains  or  cords    

Curled  or  dyed  

Hair  cloth  of  all  kinds  


Great  Britain . 

France  

Germany  

United  States. 


Total 


Great  Britain. 

Germany  

United  States. 


Total 


Great  Britain . 
Germany  ... 
United  States. 

Total .... 


Great  Britain . 
United  States. 


Total 


Great  Britain .... 
Austria  Hungary. 

Belgium  

France  

Germany  , 

United  States. 


Total 


Great  Britain. 

Germany  

United  States. 


Total 


Great  Britain . 

France  

Germany  

United  States. 


Total 


Great  Britain. 

France  

Germany  

United  States. 

Total  


Lbs. 


462 
230 
848 
60,444 


61,984 


117,754 
20 
7 

52,219 


170,000 


1,038 
224 
53,792 


55,054 


938 
204 
40,481 


41,023 


156 
264 


420 


34,374 
149 
349 
1,987 
18,692 
180,243 


235,794 


81 
24 
151 


256 


749 

328 
77 
9,937 


11,091 


4,735 
30 
210 
361 

5,336 


ii  TRADE  AND  X  AVI  GAT  ION  111 

SESSIONAL  PAPER  No.  11 

of  Imports — Continued. 


Entered  for  Home  Consumption. 


General  Tariff. 

Preferential  Tariff. 

Total. 

Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty 
Collected. 

1 

1,606 
20 
7 

52,893 

s  cts. 

562  10 
7  00 
2  45 
18,512  55 

S 

116,595 

S  cts. 
27,205  67 

S 

118,201 
20 
7 

52,893 

S  cts. 

27,767  77 
7  00 
2  45 

18,512  55 

 ^d26 

116,595 

27,205  67 

171,121 

46,289  77 

324 
224 
53,095 

113  40 
78  40 
18,583  27 

766 

178  74 

1,090 
224 
53,095 

292  14 
78  40 
18,583  27 

53,643 

18,775  07 

766 

178  71 

54,409 

18,953  81 

g 
204 
39  617 

2  10 
71  40 

932 

217  48 

938 
204 
39,617 

219  58 
71  40 

13,865  95 

39,827 

13,939  45 

932 

217  48 

40,759 

14,156  93 

156 

26  00 

156 
264 

M  01 
66  (M 

264 

66  00 

264 

66  00 

156 

26  00 

420 

92  00 

7,749 
149 
349 
1,987 
18  751 
179^693 

1,937  25 
37  25 
87  25 
496  75 
4  687  75 
44^923  25 

26,482 

4,414  00 

34,231 
149 
349 
1,967 
18,751 
179,693 

6.351  25 
37  25 
87  25 
496  75 
4,687  75 
44,923  25 

208,678 

52,169  50 

26,482 

4,414  00 

235,160 

56,583  50 

81 

is  on 



81 
24 
151 

18  90 
8  40 

52  85 

24 
151 

8  40 

52  85 

175 

61  25 

81 

18  90 

an  lis 

11 

328 
77 
9,937 

2  20 
65  60 
15  40 
1,987  40 

Lbs. 

427 

738 

98  41 

Lbs. 

462 
230 
848 
60,444 

749 
328 

9,937 

100  61 
65  60 
15  40 
1,987  40 

10,353 

2,070  60 

427 

738 

98  41 

61,984 

11,091 

2,169  01 

102 
30 
210 
361 

30  60 
9  00 
63  00 
108  30 

4,630 

926  00 

4,732 
30 
210 
361 

956  60 
9  00 
63  00 
108  30 

703 

210  90 

4,630 

926  00 

5,333 

1,136  90 

112  CUSTOMS  DEPARTMENT 

No. 


ii 

1-2  edward  vii.,  a.  1902 
1. — General  Statement 


Articles  Imported. 


Countries. 


Total  Imports. 


Quantity. 


Value. 


DUTIABLE  GOODS— Con. 

Hair  and  manufactures  of,  not  otherwise 
provided  for — 
Other  manufacturers  of  N.E.S  


Hats,  caps,  bonnets,  N.E.S- 
Beaver,  silk  and  felt  


Great  Britain . 

France  

Germany  

United  States 

Total  .... 


Great  Bri  tain . . 
Newfoundland . 

Belgium  

France  

Germany  

Italy  

Japan  

United  States. . 


Total 


Straw,  grass,  chips  or  other  material, 
N.E.S  


Great  Britain  

Austria  Hungary. 

Belgium   

China  

Denmark  

France   

Germany  

Italy  

Russia. . . . .'  

United  States  


Total . 


Hat,  cap  and  bonnet  shapes  

Hay  

Honey  in  the  comb  or  otherwise,  and  imi 
tations  thereof  


Great  Britain. 

France   

United  States . 


Total. 


United  States . 


Great  Britain . . 

B.  W.  Indies  

Austria  Hungary. 

China  , 

Germany  

Turkey  

United  States .... 


Total . 


Hops. 


Great  Britain. 
Germany.. 
United  States . 

Total... 


Tons. 
6,519 

Lbs. 

148 
2,565 
13,049 
220 
2,800 
13,574 
97,412 


129,768 


76,595 
57,448 
660,727 

794,770 


1,721 

58 
652 
3,135 


5,566 


593.144 
1 

975 
3,313 

931 
40 
11 

476,003 


1,074,418 


271,716 
12 
305 
4 
35 
14,397 
992 
6,911 
5 

252,317 


546,694 


24,582 
1,622 
10,803 


37,007 


116,228 


21 
277 
574 
4 
124 
326 
9,627 


10,953 


19,040 
15,651 
115,037 

149,728 


ii 


TRADE  AND  NAVIGATION 


113 


SESSIONAL  PAPER  No.  11 

of  Imports — Continued. 


Entered  for  Home  Consumption. 


General  Tariff. 


Preferential  Tariff. 


Total. 


Value. 


Duty. 


42 

58 
652 
3,135 


8  cts. 


14  70 

20  30 
22*1  20 
1,097  25 


Quantity. 


Value. 


Duty. 


720 


S  ets. 


168  03 


Quantity. 


Value. 


762 
58 
652 
3,135 


Duty 
Collected. 


8  cts 


182  73 
20  30 
228  20 
1,097  25 


3,887 


1,360  45 


720 


168  03 


4,607 


1,528  48 


10,851 
1 

975 
3,079 

931 
40 
11 

475,718 


3,255  30 
30 

292  50 
923  70 
279  30 
12  00 
3  30 
142,715  40 


584,398 


116,879  90 


595.249 
1 

975 
3,079 

931 
40 
11 

475,718 


120,135  20 
30 
292  50 
923  70 
279  30 
12  00 
3  30 
142,715  40 


491,606 


147,481  80 


584,398     116,879  90 


1,076,004 


264,361  70 


18.921 
12 
305 
4 
35 
14,631 
992 
6,911 
5 

252.187 


294,003 


5,676  30 
3  60 
91  50 
1  20 
10  50 
4,389  30 
297  60 
2,073  30 
I  50 
75,656  10 


253,968      50,793  60 


88,200  90 


863,968 


50,793  60 


272.880 
12 
305 
4 
35 
14,631 
992 
6,911 
5 

252,187 


547,971 


56,469  90 
?  60 
91  50 
1  20 
10  50 
4,389  30 
297  60 
2,073  30 
1  50 
75,656  10 


138,994  50 


241  72  30 

1,622  486  60 

10,803'       3,240  90 


25,122 


5,024  40 


12,666 


116,228 


1 

218 
574 
4 

124 


3,799  80 


13,036  30 


r,967 


1,014 
16,327 
110.440 


0  24 
42  45 
391  47 

6  60 
84  00 


2,313  57 


2,838  33 


249  12 
3,607  08 
40,045  94 


25,363 
1,622 
10,803 


25.122 


Tons. 


Lbs. 
140 
1,150 


1,290 


75,171 


127,781      43,902  14; 
11 — ii — 8 


rs,i7i 


5,024  40  . 


2  80 
23  01 


Tons. 
6,519 


Lbs. 

148 
2,565 
13,049 
220 
2,800 


77,119 


70 


25  81 


95,901 


18,389;       3,006  86 


70.323 
60,118 
667,432 


18,389       3,006  86, 


906,873 


37.788 


116,228 


21 
277 
574 
4 

124 


r,967 


8,967 


19,403 
16,327 
110,440 


146,170 


5,096  70 
486  60 
3,240  90 

8,824  20 


13,036  30 


3  04 
65  46 
391  47 

6  60 
84  00 


2,313  57 


2,864  14 

3,255  98 
3,607  08 
40,045  94 

46,909  00 


114  CV8T0M8  DEPARTMENT 

No. 


ii 

1-2  edward  vii.,  a.  1902 
1. — General  Statement 


Total  Imports. 


12 


Articles  Imported 


DUTIABLE  GOODS—  Con. 

Ink,  writing  


Printing. 


Iron  and  manufactures  of,  Steel  and  manu-  Total 
factures  of,  or  both  combined — 
Agricultural  Implements,  N.E.S.,  viz. 
Binding  attachments,  including  parts 

of  agricultural  implements  at  20  p.c.  Germany.  

United  States 


Countries. 


Great  Britain. 
Belgium ...... 

China  

France  

Japan  

United  States. 

Total  .... 


Great  Britain. 

China  

France  

Germany  

United  States. 


Culti  vators  

Drills,  grain  seed  

Farm,  road  or  field  rollers . 
Forks,  pronged  


Total 


United  States. 
United  States. 
United  States. 


Harrows . 


Great  Britain 

Germany  

United  States. 


Total 


Harvesters,  self-binding  and  without 
binders  .     


Great  Britain. 
United  States. 


Hay  tedders. 
Hoes  .   


Horse  rakes 


Total  .... 
United  States . 
United  States. 


Great  Britain. 
United  States. 


Total  

United  States. 


Quantity. 


No. 


1,939 


1,499 


83 


183 
23 
6,972 


7,178 


2 

3,888 


3,890 


7,920 


360 


778 
25,559 


26,337 


5,311 


Value. 


Quantity. 


14,069 
91 

3 

3,005 
6 

27,135 


44,309 


7,609 
15 

1,418 
14 
79,853 


88,909 


45 
33,177 


33,222 
16,038 


31,092 


2,049 


114 

9 

4,461 


4,584 


29 
59,583 


59,612 


831,204 


8,839 


159 
2,854 


3,013 


104,146 


ii 

SESSIONAL  PAPER  No.  11 

of  Imports — Continued. 


TRADE  AND  NAVIGATION 


115 


Entered  for  Home  Consumption. 


General  Tariff. 


Value. 


Preferential  Tariff. 


835 
91 

3 

3,005 
6 

27,176 


Duty. 


§  cts. 

167  00 
18  20 

0  60 
601  00 

1  20 
5,435  20 


Quantity. 


31,116       6,223  20 


297 
15 
1,418 
14 
79,341 


59  40 
3  00 
283  60 
2  80 
15,868  25 


81,085,      16,217  05 


1,115 
29,966 


223  00 
5,993  20 


Value. 


8 

13,234 


13,234 


7,294 


7,294 


31,081!       6,216  20 


16,038        3,207  60 


31,092        6,218  40 


2,049 


512  25 


9 

4,461 


4,470 


2  25 
1,115  25 


1,117  50 


No. 


Duty. 


Total. 


Quantity. 


S  cts. 
1,764  64 


1,764  64 


972  *2 


972  82 


183 


114 


183 


114 


47,833       9,566  60 


47,833 
828,118 


9,566  60 


8,839 


165,623  60 


2,209  75 


2,854 


713  50 


2,854 


713  50 


104,075      20,815  00 

11 — ii — 8^ 


29 


29 


778 


159 


159 


19  00 


19  00 


3  87 


26  4!t 


26  49 


No. 


Value. 


1,939 


l,499j 


83 


183 
23 
6,972 


7,17* 


2 

3,758 


3,760 


3:6 


778 
25,559 


26,337 


5,310 


14,069 
91 

3 

3,005 
6 

27,176 


44,350 


7,591 
15 

1,418 
14 
79,341 


88,379 


1,115 
29,966 


31,081 


16,038 


31,092 


2,049 


114 

9 

4,461 


4  584 


29 
47,833 


47,862 


828,118 


8,839 


159 
2,854 


3,013 


104,075 


Duty 
Collected. 


I  cts. 


1,931  64  1 
18  20 

0  60 
601  00 

1  20 
5,435  20 


7.;>87  M 


1,032  22  2 
3  00 

283  60! 
2  80; 
15,868  25 


17,189  87 


223  00  3 
5,993  20! 


6,216  20 


3,207  60  4 


6,218  40  5 


512  25  6 


19  00  7 

2  25 
1,115  25 


1,136  50 


3  87 
9,566  60 


9,570  47 


165,623  60  9 


2,209  75  10 


26  4911 
713  50 


739  99 


20,815  00 


\2 


116 


CUSTOMS  DEPARTMENT 


ii 


1-2  EDWARD  VII.,  A.  1902 

No.  1. — General  Statement 


Articles  Imported. 


Countries. 


Total  Imports. 


Quantity. 


Value. 


Quantity. 


dutiable  goods—  Con. 

Iron  and  steel  and  manufactures  of — 
Agricultural  implements,  N.E.S.— 
Knives,  hay  or  straw  


m  edging. 
Lawn  mowers. 


United  States. 
United  States. 


Manure  spreaders . 

Mowing  machines. 
Ploughs  


Post  hole  diggers , 
Potato  diggers  . 
Rakes,  N.E.S.... 


Great  Britain. 
United  States. 

Total  ... 


Great  Britain 
United  States. 


Total  

United  States. 


Great  Britain . 
United  States. 


Total  .... 
United  States. 
United  States. 
United  States. 


Reapers . 


Scythes  and  snaths,  sickles  or  reaping 
hooks  


Spades  and  shovels,  and  spade  and 
shovel  blanks,  and  iron  or  steel  cut 
to  shape  for  the  same  


ii  Weeders 


Great  Britain . 
United  States. 

Total  


Great  Britain . 
United  States. 


Total 


Great  Britain. 
United  States. 


Total 


United  States. 


No. 


438 


13 


2 

1,028 


1,030 


149 


157 


12,899 


176 
10,074 


10,250 


212 


41 


7,797 


1,020 


1,028 


Doz. 
1,074 
2,107 


3,181 


2,561 
1,437 


3, 9!  18 


TNo. 


388 


174 


107 


62 
5,367 


5,429 


180 
4,921 


5,101 


422,322 


4,253 
145,372 


149.625: 


197 


1,297 


1,585 


416 
55,070 


55,486 


4,399 
5,766 


10,165 


10,691 
10,147 


20,838, 


157 


1,438 


No. 


388 


ii  TRADE  AND  NAVIGATION  117 

SESSIONAL  PAPER  No.  11 

of  Imports — Continued. 


Entered  for  Home  Consumption. 

1 

2 
3 

4 

5 
B 

7 
8 
9 

10 
11 
12 
13 

General  Tariff. 

Preferential  Tariff. 

Total. 

Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty 
Collected. 

8 

174 

S  cts. 
43  50 

No. 

t 

f  cts. 

No. 

438 

n 

174 

8  cts. 
43  50 

107 

26  75 



13 

107 

26  75 

5,305 

1,856  75 

2 

62 

14  47 

2 

1,026 

62 
5,305 

14  47 

1,856  75 

5,305 

1,856  75 

2 

62 

14  47 

1,028 

5,367 

1,871  22 

180 
4,921 

36  00 
984  20 

8 
149 

180 
4,921 

36  00 
984  20 

5,101 

1,020  20 

157 

5,101 

1,020  20 

426,084 

85,216  80 

13,092 

426,084 

85,216  80 

4,109 
143,272 

821  80 
28,654  40 

6 

104 

13  87 

175 
10,009 

4,213 
143,272 

835  67 
28,654  40 

147,381 

29,476  20 

6 

104 

13  87 

10,184 

147,485 

29,490  07 

197 

49  25 

212 

197 

49  25 

1,297 

324  25 

41 

1,297 

324  25 

1,585 

396  25 



7,797 

1,585 

396  25 

416 

57,265 

83  20 
11.453  00 

■ 

8 
995 

416 
57,265 

83  20 
11,453  00 

57,681 

11,536  20 





1  003 

57  681 

11  536  20 

402 
5,906 

100  50 
1,476  50 

Doz. 
1,139 

4,243 

707  21 

Doz. 
1,204 
2,129 

4,645 
5,906 

807  71 
1,476  50 

6,308 

1,577  00 

1,139 

4,243 

707  21 

3,333 

10,551 

2,284  21 

6 

10.147 

2  10 
3,551  45 

2,610 

10,977 

2,561  40 

2,611 
1,437 

10,983 
10,147 

2,563  50 
3,551  45 

10,153 

3,553  55 

2,610 

10,977 

2,561  40 

4,048 

21,130 

6,114  95 

457 

91  40 

388 

457 

91  40 

118 


CUSTOMS  DEPARTMENT  H 

1-2  EDWARD  VII.,  A.  1902 

No.  1. — General  Statement 


Articles  Imported. 


Countries. 


Total  Imports. 


Quantity. 


Value. 


DUTIABLE  GOODS — Con. 

Iron  and  steel  and  manufactures  of — 
Agricultural  implements,  N.E.S. — 
All  other   agricultural  implements, 
N.E.S  


Great  Britain . 

France  

Germany  

United  States. 


Anvils  and  vises . 


Great  Britain. 

Germany  

United  States. 

Total  ... 


Cart  or  wagon  skeins  or  boxes  


Springs,  axles,  axle  bars,  N.E.S.,  and 
axle  blanks  and  parts  thereof,  of 
iron  or  steel,  for  railway  or  tram  way 
or  other  vehicles  .'  


Bar  iron  or  steel  rolled  whether  in 
coils,  bundles,  rods  or  bars,  compris- 
ing rounds,  ovals,  squares  and  flats, 
and  i-olled  shapes,  N.O.P  


Butts  and  hinges,  N.E.S 


Castings,  iron  or  steel,  in  the  rough, 
N.E.S  


Canada  plates ;  Russia  iron  ;  flat  gal- 
vanized iron  or  steel  sheets,  terne 
plate,  and  rolled  sheets  of  iron  or 
steel  coated  with  zinc,  spelter  or 
other  metal,  of  all  widths  or  thick- 
ness, N.O.P  


Total 


Great  Britain. 
United  States. 


Total 


Great  Britain . 

Germany  

United  States. 

Total  .... 


Great  Britain  

Germany  

Norway  &  Sweden 
United  States  


Total 


Great  Britain . 
United  States. 

Total  .... 


Great  Britain . . 
Newfoundland 
United  States. . 


Total. 


Great  Britain. 

Belgium  

Germany. 
United  States. 

Total  


Lbs. 
8,467 
86,355 


94,822 


Cwt. 

870 
297 
31,526 


32,693 


18,519 
333 
3,574 
245,431 


267,857 


1,224 
984 
211 
129,759 


132,178 


7,060 
84 
9,181 


16,325 


214 
3,491 


3.705 


2,422 
754 
60,552 


63,728 


42,236 
843 
9,508 
396,355 


448,942 


394 
19,818 


20,212 


3,919 
24 

161,379 


240,439 
483 
66' 
74,896 

316,485 


165,322 


569,473 
1,898 
1,198 

185,541 

758,110 


ii 

SESSIONAL  PAPER  No.  11 

of  Imports — Continued. 


TRADE  AND  NAVIGATION 


119 


Entered  for  Home  Consumption. 

General  Tariff. 

Preferential  Tariff. 

Total. 

Value. 

Duty. 

(Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty. 

(Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty 
Collected. 

-8  cts. 

211  81 
216  48 
~46  42 
27,764  78 



f 

146 
984 
211 
129,774 

£  cts. 

32  12 
216  48 
46  42 
27,764  78 

1 

1,078 

$  cts. 
179  69 

•3 

1,224 
984 
211 
129,774 



131,115 

28,059  80 

1,078 

179  69 

132,193 

28,239  49 

7,060 

1,412  00 

7,060 
84 
9,181 

1,412  00 
25  20 
2,754  30 

84 
9,181 

25  20 
2,754  30 

9,265 

2,779  50 

7,060 

1,412  00 

16,325 

4,191  50 

3,491 

1.047  30 

Lbs. 
8,467 

214 

.. 

42  80 

Lbs. 
8,467 

86,355 

214 
3,491 

42  80 
1  047  30 

3,491 

J, 047  30 

■ 

8,467 

214 

42  80 

94,822 
Cwt. 

789 
297 
31,526 

3,705 

1,090  10 

252 
754 
60,552 

88  20 
263  90 
21,193  20 

Cwt. 

708 

2,170 

506  37 

2,422 
754 
60,552 

594  57 
263  90 
21,193  20 

61,558 

21,545  30 

708|  2,170 

506  37 

32,612j  63,728 

22,051  67 

4.253 
843 
9,508 
395,832 

718  55 
116  55 
1,350  90 
85,647  74 

16,340 

37,983 

3,812  83 

18,393 
333 
3,574 
244,993 

42,236 
843 
9,508 
395,832 

4  531  38 
'll6  55 
1,350  90 
85,647  74 

410,436 

87,833  74 

16,340 

37,983 

3,812  83 

267,293 

448,419 

91,646  57 

11 

19,818 

3  30 
5,945  40 

383 

76  60 

394 
19,818 

79  90 
5,945  40 

I 

19,829 

5,948  70j  

383 

76  60 

20,212 

6,025  30 

2,408 

602  00 

1,511 

251  85 

3,919 

853  85 

160,947 

40,236  75; 

160,947 

40,236  75 

251  85 

163,355 

40,838  75 

1,511 

164,866 

41,090  60 

11.9891 
l,898j 
1,198 
185,541 

599  45 
94  90 
59  90 
9,277  05 

236,226 

557,763 

18,592  44- 

240,467 
483 
667 
74,896 

569,752 
1,898 
1,198 

185,541 

19,191  89 
94  90 
59  90 
9,277  05 

200,626 

10,031  30 

236,226 

557,763 

18,592  44 

316,513 

7.V\3SH 

28,623  74 

120 


CUSTOMS  DEPARTMENT  u 

1-2  EDWARD  VII.,  A.  1902 

2u>.  1. — General  Statement 


Total  Imports. 


Articles  Imported. 


DUTIABLE  GOODS  —  Coft. 

Iron  and  steel  and  manufactures  of — 
Cast  iron  pipe  of  every  description . 


Countries. 


Great  Britain . 
United  States. 


Cast  scrap  iron . 


Great  Britain. . 
B .  Guiana 
B.  W.  Indies. . 
Newfoundland . 
United  States. . 


Chains,  coil  chain,  chain  links  and 
chain  shackles,  of  iron  or  steel,  ^th 
of  an  inch  m  diam.  and  over . . 


Chain,  malleable  sprocket  or  link  belting 
for  binders  


Chains,  N.E.S. 


Tacks,  shoe. 


Cut  tacks,  brads,  sprigs  or  shoe  nails, 
double  pointed,  and  other  tacks  of 
iron  and  steel,  N.O.P  


Engines,    locomotives    for  railways 
N.E.S  

H  Fire  

m    fire  extinguishing  machines.  .  


Total 


Total 


Great  Britain. . 
Newfoundland . 

Germany  

United  States. 


Total 


Great  Britain . 
United  States. 


Total 


Great  Britain . 

France.. . .  

Germany  

United  States. 


Total 


Great  Britain. 
United  States. 


Total . 


Great  Britain . 
United  States. 


Total. 


United  States. 
United  States. 
United  States. 


Quantity. 


Cwt. 


404 
31,035 


31,439 


Tons. 

638 
114 

1,029 
26 

2,640 


4,447 


Cwt. 


9,619 
7 
3 

38,237 


47,866 


Lbs. 
2,306 
58,015 


60,321 


652 
115,781 


116,433 


No. 


18,233 


Value. 


921 
49,302 


50,223 


6,633 
911 

5,037 
282 
37,321 


50,184 


20,719 
42 
20 

74,244 


95,025 


5 

15,065 


15,070 


6,285 
277 
1,179 
32,870 


40,611 


89 
5,444 


5,533 


55 
9,905 


9,960 


497,401 


2,854 


22,611 


Quantity. 


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121 


Entered  foe  Home  Consumption. 


General  Tariff. 

Prefential  Tariff. 

Total. 

Value. 
49,302 

Duty. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty 
Collected. 

$  cts. 
12,416  51 

Cwt. 
404 

921 

8   cts.  Cwt. 

108  26  404 

  31,035 

S 

921 
49,302 

8  cts. 

108  26 
12,416  51 

49,302 

12,416  51 

404 

921 

108  26 

31,439 

50,223 

12,524  77 

•  2,682 
911 
997 
282 
38,169 

417  50 
285  00 
382  50 
65  00 
6,732  02 

Tons. 
471 

876 

3,951 
4,040 

785  00 
1,460  33 

Tons. 

638 
114 

1,029 
26 

2,692 

6,633 
911 
5,037 
282 
38,169 

1,202  50 
285  00 
1,842  83 
65  00 
6,732  02 

43.041 

7,882  02 

1,347 

7,991 

2,245  33 

4,499 

51,032 

10,127  35 

91 
42 

20 

»  74,247 

4  55 
2  10 
1  00 
3,712  55 

Cwt. 
12,986 

20,783 

692  66 

Cwt. 
13,013 

3 

38,237 

20,874 
42 
20 

74,247 

697  21 
2  10 
1  00 

3,712  55 

74,400 

3,720  20 

12.936 

20,783 

692  66 

51,260 

95,183 

4,412  86 

5 

0  67 

5 

15,065 

0  67 
3,013  00 

15,065 

3,013  00 

15,065 

3,013  00 

5 

0  67 

15,070 

3,013  67 

190 
277 
1,179 
32,441 

57  00 
83  10 
353  70 
9,732  30 

6,095        1,219  00   

6,285 
*277 
1,179 
32,441 

1,276  00 
'  83  10 
353  70 
9,732  30 

34,087 

10,226  10 

6,095 

1.219  00 

40,182 

11,445  10 

12 
5,444 

4  20 

1,905  40 

Lbs. 
2,182 

77 

17  97 

Lbs. 
2,306 
58,015 

89 
5,444 

22  17 
1,905  40 

5,456 

1,909  60 

2,182 

77 

17  97 

60,321 

5,533 

1,927  57 

3 

9,758 

1  06 
3,416  05 

627 

52 

12  14 

652 
115,236 

55 
9,758 

13  19 
3,416  05 

9,761 

3,417  10 

627 

52 

12  14 

115,888 

9,813 

3,429  24 

497,401 

174.090  35 

No. 

67 

497,401 

174,090  35 

2,854 

998  90 

2 

2,854 

998  90 

22,511 



7,878  85 

18,233 

22,511 

7,878  85 

122 


CUSTOMS  DEPARTMENT  H 

1-2  EDWARD  VII.,  A.  1902 

No  1. — General  Statement 


Total  Imports. 


Articles  Imported. 


Countries. 


Quantity. 


Value. 


Quantity. 


DUTIABLE  GOODS — Con. 

Iron  and  steel  and  manufactures  of — 
Engines,  steam  engines  and  boilers. 


Fittings,  iron  or  steel,  for  iron  or  steel 
pipe  


Ferro-silicon,    spiegeleisen  and  ferro 
manganese  


Great  Britain . 
United  States. 

Total  .  . 


Great  Britain . 
United  States. 


Total. 


Forgings  of  iron  or  steel,  of  whatever 
shape  or  size,  or  in  whatever  stage 
of  manufacture,  N.E.S,  and  steel 
shafting,  turned,  compressed  or 
polished ;  and  hammered  iron  or 
steel  bars  or  shapes,  N.O.P   


Hardware,  viz.  :  builders',  cabinet- 
makers', upholsterers',  harness- 
makers',  saddlers'  and  carriage  hard- 
ware, including  curry  combs  and 
horse  booti,  N.E.S  


Horse,  mule  and  ox  shoes. 


Iron  or  steel  ingots,  cogged  ingots, 
blooms,  slabs,  billets,  puddle  bars, 
and  loops  or  other  forms,  N.O.P., 
less  finished  than  iron  or  steel 
bars,  but  more  advanced  than  pig 
iron,  except  eastings  


Great  Britain. 
United  States. 

Total... 


Great  Britain . 
United  States. 


Total. 


Great  Britain . . 
Newfoundland . 

France  

Germany  

United  States. . 


Total. 


United  States. 


Great  Britain . 

Belgium  

I  Germany  

Iron  or  steel  bridges  or  parts  thereof ;  United  States, 
iron    or    steel    structural  work, 

columns,  shapes  or  sections,  drilled,  Total  

punched  or  in  any  further  stage  of  i 
manufacture  than  as  rolled  or  cast, ! 
N.E.S  United  States. 


Iron  in  pigs. 


Great  Britain . 
United  States. 


Total . 


No. 


35 
652 


687 


Lbs. 

46,506 
3,911,550 


3,958,056 


Tons. 


862 
650 


1,512 


Lbs. 

102,006 
1,995,690 

2,097,696 


Cwt. 

4,720 
5,479 
26,381 
197,404 


233,984 


169,233 


Tons. 
5,871 
29,898 

35,769 


No. 


50,712 
319,691 


2 
651 


370,403 


653 


2,910 
199,220 


202,130 


Lbs. 

24,692 
3,928,812 

3,953,504 


Tons. 


21,591 
17,363 


2 
650 


38,954 


1,775 
r0,332 


652 

Lbs. 

1,995,690 


72,107 


1,995,690 


39,016 
4 
302 
976 
501,983 


542,281 


11,709 


6,045 
4,638 
23,272 
173.020 


Cwt. 

1,576 
5,479 
26,381 
197,649 


206,975 


231,085 


442,481 


143,010 


99,725 
486,677 

536,302 


Tons. 

297 
28,598 

28,895 


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123 


Entered  for  Home  Consumption. 


General  Tariff. 

Preferential  Tariff. 

Total. 

Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty 
Collected. 

8 

2,181 
319,441 

?    .  cts. 

545  25 
79,860  25 

No. 

33 

I 

48,531 

S  cts. 
8,088  54 

No. 

35 
651 

8 

50,712 
319,441 

8  cts. 

8,633  79 
79,860  25 

321,622 

80,405  50 

33 

48,531 

8,088  54 

686 

370,153         88,494  04 

1,541 
200,179 

162  30 
60,053  70 

Lbs. 
21,814 

1,369 

Lbs. 

273  80|  46,506 
  3,928,812 

2,910 
200,179 

736  10 

60,053  70 

201,720 

60,516  00 

1  **AQ 

i,ooy 

273  SO 

3,975,318 

203,089 

60,789  80 

132 
17,363 

6  60 
868  15 

Tons. 

21,459 



715  31 

Tons. 

650 

21,591 
17,363 

721  91 
868  15 

17,495 

874  75 

-1.4.'..' 

71o  31 

1,512 

38,954 

1,590  06 

70,332 

21,099  60 

Lbs. 
102,006 

1,775 



355  00 

Lbs. 

102,006 
1,995,690 

1,775 
70,332 

355  00 
21,099  60 

70,332 

21,099  60 

102.006 

1,775 

355  00 

2,097.696 

72,107 

21,454  60 

1,425 

427  50 

38,319 

7,664  15 

39,744 

8,091  65 

302 
976 
501,127 

90  60 
292  80 
150,338  40 

302 
976 
501,127 

90  60 

o«,o  80 

150,338  40 

503,830 

151,149  30 

38,319 

7,664  15 

542,149 

158,813  45 

11,709 

3,512  70 

11,709 

3,512  70 

1,382 
4,638 
23,272 
173,020 

157  60 
547  90 
2,638  10 
19,764  94 

Cwt. 
3,840 

• 

4,663 

255  91 

Cwt. 

5,416 
5,479 
26.381 
197,649 

6,045 
4,638 
23,272 
173,020 

413  51 
547  90 
2,638  10 
19,764  94 

23,364  45 

202,312      23,108  54 

3,840 

4  663 

255  91 

234,925 

206,975 

378,976     132,641  60 

143,010 

378,976 

132,641  60 

6,087          742  50 
433,486      71,492  51 

Tons. 
6,369 

107,963 

10,616  92 

Tons. 
6,666 
28,598 

114  050 
433,486 

11,359  42 
71,492  51 

439,573      72,235  01 

6,369 

107,963 

10,616  92 

35,264 

547,536 

82,851  93 

124 


CUSTOMS  DEPARTMENT  H 

1-2  EDWARD  VII.,  A.  1902 

No  1. — General  Statement 


Articles  Imported. 


COUN'I  RIES. 


Total  Imports. 


Quantity. 


Value. 


Quantity. 


DUTIABLE  GOODS — Gon. 

Iron  and  steel  and  manufactures  of- 
Iron  in  pigs,  charcoal    


Iron  kentledge. . . . 
Locks  of  all  kinds . 


Machines,  machinery,  &c. 
Fanning  mills  


Grain  crushers 


Wind  mills 


Ore  crushers  and  rock  crushers,  stamp 
mills,  Cornish  and  belted  rolls,  rock 
drills,  air  compressors,  cranes,  der- 
ricks, and  percussion  coal  cutters  . 


Portable  machines — 
Fodder  or  feed  cutters 


Horse  powers  

Portable  engines  

Portable  saw  mills  and  planing  mills 

Threshers  and  separators  

All  other  portable  machines  .... 


United  States. 


Great  Britain. 


Great  Britain. 

China   

France  


(Germany  

United  States. 

Total..  .. 


Great  Britain . 
United  States. 

Total.... 


United  States. 
United  States. 


Great  Britain . 
United  States 


Total 


Great  Britain. 
United  States. 


Total  

United  States  

United  States  

United  States  

United  States.  . .  . 


Great  Britain .  . 
Norway  and  Sweden 
United  States.  . . 


Tons. 


Tons. 


490 


7,121 


490 


29 


497 


No. 


102 


42 


447 


24 


•24 


78 


154 


Total 


30 
54 
1,025 

1,109 


7,634 
1 

547 
1,323 
117,873 

127,378 


765 
1,419 


No. 


6 
96 


2,184 


102 


482 


42 


20,360 


452 


25,913 
56,600 


82,513 


32 
5,323 


5,355 


23 
2:? 


1,787 


57,301 


1,087 


41,123 


570 
396 
34,199 

35,165 


26 
75 
2 
157 


48 
1,021 

1,069 


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TRADE  AND  NAVIGATION 


125 


Entered  for  Home  Consumption. 


General  Tariff. 

Preferential  Tariff. 

Total. 

Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty 
Collected. 

$ 

•S  cte. 

Tons. 

s 

S  cts. 

Tons. 

4  OA 

1 

8  cts. 

1 ,  3BS3    1  1 

29 

497 

48  34 

29 

497 

48  34 

73 

547 
1,323 
117,918 

21  90 

A  <if\ 
U  oU 

164  10 

396  90 
35,375  40 

7,561 

1,512  19 

7,634 

547 
1,323 
117,918 

1,534  09 
0  3C 
164  10 
396  90 
35,375  40 

119,862 

35,958  60 

7,561 

1,512  19 

127,423 

37,470  79 

765 
1,419 

191  25 
354  90 

6 
96 

765 
1,419 

191  25 
354  90 

z,  Lot 

546  15 

1  AO 

2,184 

546  15 

482 

120  50 

42 

482 

120  50 

20,583 

5,145  75 

452 

20,583 

5,145  75 

25,913 

4,318  85 

* 

25,913 
56,600 

4,318  85 
14,150  00 

56,600 

14,150  00 

56,600 

14,150  00 

25,913 

4,318  85 

82,513 

18,468  85 

5,323 

1,330  75 

1 

32 

5  33 

1 

23 

32                5  33 
5,323           1,330  75 

5,323 

1,330  75 

1 

32 

5  33 

24 

5,355           1,336  08 

2,142 

535  50 

26 

2,142 

535  50 

57,417 

14,354  25 

75 

57,417         14,354  25 

1,087 

271  75 

1 

2            1,087             271  75 

11,654 

10,413  50 

157          41,654         10,413  50 

354 
26,199 

88  50 
6,549  75 

30 

570 

95  02 

30             570              95  02 
48              354               88  50 
1,021          26,199           6,549  75 

26,553 

6,638  25 

30 

570 



95  02 

1,099          27,123j          6,733  27 

126 


CUSTOMS  DEPARTMENT  H 

1-2  EDWARD  VII.,  A.  1902 

No.  L — General  Statement 


Total  Imports. 


DUTIABLE  GOODS — Con. 

Iron  and  steel  and  manufactures  of- 
Portable  machines — 
Parts  of  above  articles  


Articles  Imported. 


Sewing  machines  and  parts  of . 


Slot  machines 


Machines,  type-writing. 


All  other  machinery  composed  wholly 
or  in  part  of  iron  or  steel,  N.O.P. . . 


Malleable  iron   castings  and   iron  or 
steel  castings,  N.E.S  


Nails    and    spikes,   composition  and 
sheathing  nails    


Nails  and  spikes,  wrought  and  pressed, 
trunk,  clout,  coopers,  cigar  box, 
Hungarian,  horse  shoe  and  other 
nails,  N.E.S  


Nails  and  spikes,  cut,  and  railway  spikes 


Countries. 


United  States. 


Great  Britain . 

France   

Germany  

United  States 

Total  .... 


United  States 


Great  Britain. 
Newfoundland . 
United  States  . 

Total  


Great  Britain  

Austria-Hungary  . . . 

Belgium  

France.  . .   

Germany  

Italy   

Norway  and  Sweden 

Spain  

United  States  


Quantity. 


Total 


United  States 


Great  Britain . 
United  States 


Total 


Great  Britain. 

France  

Germany  

United  States. 

Total  .... 


Great  Britain . 
United  States 

Total  .... 


Value. 


No. 


159 
8 
6 

10,156 
10,329 


208 


3 
1 

1,748 


1,752 


Cwt. 
3,181 


Lbs. 


11,352 
5,082 


16,434 


66,479 
400 
200 
215,904 


282,983 


5,406 
2,013,203 

2,018,609 


25,853 


2,739 
393 
8l 

199,580 
202,793 


9,116 


164 

25 

102,509 


102,698 


515,256 
3,206 
5 

2,792 
28,520 
6,910 
79 

3,030,285 


3,587,190 


14,444 


2,000 
734 


2,734 


2.870 
38 
22 

9,109 


12,039 


181 

46,880 

47,061 


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127 


Entered  for  Home  Consumption. 


General  Tariff. 

Preferential  Tariff. 

Total. 

Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty 
Collected. 

8 

24,031 

$  cts. 
6,007  75 

1 

$  cts. 

24,031 

$  cts. 

6,007  75 

549  00 
117  90 
24  30 
59,966  90 

68 
393 
81 

im  son 

20  40 
117  90 
24  30 
Kfi  Qftfl  90 

No. 

150 

2,643 

528  60 

No. 

158 
8 
6 

10,220 

2,711 
393 
81 

199.890 

200,432 

60,129  50 

150 

2,643 

528  60 

10,392 

203,075         60,658  10 

9,116 

2,283  95 

 | 

208 

9,116           2,283  95 

65 

16  25 

1 

99 

16  50 

3 

164               32  75 

102,420 

25,605  00 

1,746 

102,420         25,605  00 

102,485 

25,621  25 

1 

99 

16  50 

1,749 

102,584         25,637  75 

8,229 
3,266 
5 

2,792 
23,795 

6,910 
79 
77 

3,023,137 

2,057  25 
816  50 
1  25 
698  00 
5,948  75 
1,727  50 
19  75 
19  25 
755,784  25 

501,353 

83,559  91 

509,582 
3,266 
B 

85,617  16 
816  50 
1  25 



2,792             698  00 
23,795           5,948  75 
6,910           1,727  50 
79              19  75 
77              19  25 
3,023,1371       755,784  25 



3,068,290 

767,072  50 

501,353 

83,559  91 

3,569,643,       850,632  41 

14,442 

3,610  50 

Cwt. 

Cwt, 
3,180 

14,442 

3,610  50 

194 

28  50 

Lbe. 
13,032 

2,327 



232  70 

Lbs. 

13,032 
2.2*] 

2,327 
194 

232  70 
28  50 

194 

38 
22 
8,9  j2 

28  50 



13,032 

2,327 

232  70 

15,314  2,521 

261  20 

11  40 
6  60 
2,670  60 

66,479 

2,870 

574  00 

66,479  2,870 
400  38 
200  22 
213,142  8,902 

574  00 
11  40 
6  60 
2,670  60 

3,262  60 

IS  04 
10,065  97 

10,084  01 

8,962 

2,688  60 

66,479 

2,*7C 

574  00 

280,221  11,832 

1 

46,880      10,065  97 

5,406 

181 

18  04 

5,406 
2,013,203 

181 
46,880 

47,061 

46,880;      10,065  97 

5,406 

181 

18  04 

2,018,609 

128 


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1-2  EDWARD  VII.,  A.  1902 

No.  1. — General  Statement 


Total  Imports. 


Articles  Imported. 


DUTIABLE  GOODS— Con. 

Iron  and  steel  and  manufactures  of — 
Nails,  wire,  of  all  kinds,  N.O.P  


Mould  boards,  or  shaves  or  plough 
plates,  land  sides  and  other  plates 
for  agricultural  implements,  cut  to 
shape  from  rolled  plates  of  steel  but 
not  moulded,  punched,  polished  or 
otherwise  manufactured  


Countries. 


Pumps,  N.E.S. 


Iron  or  steel  railway  bars  or  rails  of 
any  form,  punched  or  not  punched 
N.E.S.,  for  rail  ways,  which  term  for 
the  purposes  of  this  item  shall  include 
all  kinds  of  railways,  street  rail- 
ways and  tramways,  even  although 
the  same  are  used  for  private  pur 
poses  only,  and  even  although  they 
are  not  used  or  intended  to  be  used 
in  connection  with  the  business  of 
common  carrying  of  goods  or  pas 
sengers  


Railway  fish  plates  and  tie  plates 


Rolled  iron  or  steel  angles,  tees,  beams, 
channels,  joists,  girders,  zees,  stars 
or  rolled  shapes,  or  trough,  bridge, 
building  or  structural  rolled  sections, 
or  shapes,  not  punched,  drilled  or 
further  manufactured  than  rolled, 
N.E.S.,  and  flat  eye  bar  blanks  not 
punched  or  drilled  


Rolled  iron  or  steel  hoop,  band,  scroll 
or  strip,  8  inches  or  less  in  width, 
No.  18  gauge  and  thicker,  N.E.S.  . 


Great  Britain 
United  States 

Total..., 


Great  Britain. 
United  States. 


Total. 


Quantity. 


Lbs. 


18,480 
608.690 


627,170 


Cwt. 


109 
30,774 


30,883 


Great  Britain  

Germany  

Norway  and  Sweden 
United  States  


Total. 


Great  Britain . . . 

Germany  

United  States. . . 

Total  


Great  Britain 

Germany  

United  States 

Total. . . 


Great  Britain. 

Belgium  

Germany  

United  States. 


Total 


Great  Britain. 
United  States. 

Total  ... 


Value. 


Tons. 


884 
11 
4.052 


4,947 


221 
1 

4,394 


4,616 


Cwt. 

3,756 
442 
1,904 
292,003 


298,105 


2,815 
26,803 

29,618 


661 
21,417 


22,078 


100 
116,469 


116,569 


2,149 
184 
17 

177,814 


180,164 


29,594 
476 
112,520 


142,590 


7,315 
24 

158,621 


165,960 


5,405 
753 
1,770 
452,620 


460,548 


5,991 
47,287 

53,278 


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Entered  for  Home  Consumption. 


General  Tariff.  Preferential  Tariff.  Total. 


Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty 
Collected. 

S 

661 
21,417 

s  cts. 

110  88 
3,652  01 

Lbs. 

f 

S  cts. 

Lbs. 

18,480 
608,690 

S 

661 
21,417 

S  cts. 

110  88 
3,652  01 

22,078 

3,762  89 

627,170 

22,078 

3,762  89 

80 

116,469 

4  00 

5,823  46 

Cwt. 

8 

20 

0  67 

Cwt. 

109 
30,774 

100 
116,469 

4  67 
5,823  46 

116,549 

5,827  46 

8 

20 

0  67 

30,883 

116,569 

5,828  13 

1,649 

274  86 

1,649 
184 

274  86 
4f»  on 

184 
17 

177,291 

46  00 
4  25 
44,322  75 

17                4  25 
177,291         44,322  75 

1 

177,492 

44,373  00 

1,649 

274  86 

179,141 

44,647  86 

10,139 
476 
112,520 

3,011  70 
142  80 
33,756  10 

Tons. 

658 

19,455 

- 

3,891  00 

Tons. 

884 
11 
4,052 

29,594 
476 
112,520 

6,932  70 
142  80 
33,756  10 

123,135 

36,940  60 

658 

19,455 

3,891  00 

4,947 

142,590 

40,831  60 

483 
24 

158,621 

104  00 
8  00 
35,166  97 

208 

6,832 

1,109  33 

221 
1 

4,396 

7,315 
24 

158,621 

1,213  33 
8  00 
35,166  97 

159,128 

35,278  97 

208 

6,832 

1,109  33 

4,618 

165,960 

36,388  30 

1,584 
753 
1,770 
452,620 

158  40 
75  30 
177  00 
45,262  00 

Cwt. 
2,380 

3,821 

254  75 

Cwt. 

3,756 
442 
1,904 
292,003 

5,405 
753 
1,770 
452,620 

413  15 
75  30 
177  00 
45,262  00 

456,727 

45,672  70 

2,380 

3,821 

254  75 

298,105 

460,548 

45,927  45 

113 
47,287 

10  50 
9,382  39 

2,785 

5,878 

649  92 

2,815 
26,803 

5,991 
47,287 

660  42 
9,382  39 

47,400 

9,392  89 

2,785 

5,878 

649  92 

29,618 

53,278 

10,042  81 

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1-2  edward  vii.,  a.  1902 
1. — General  Statement 


Total  Imports. 


Articles  Imported. 


Countries. 


Quantity. 


Value. 


DUTIABLE  GOODS — Con. 

Iron  and  steel  and  manufactures  of — 
Rolled  iron  or  steel  hoop,  band,  scroll 
or  strip,  thinner  than  No.  18  gauge, 
N.E.S  


Rolled  iron  or  steel  angles,  tees,  beams, 
channels,  girders  and  other  rolled 
shapes  or  sections,  weighing  less  than 
35  lbs.  per  lineal  yard,  not  punched, 
drilled  or  further  manufactured  than 
rolled,  N.O.P  


Great  Britain . 

Belgium  

Germany  

United  States. 

Total.... 


Rolled  iron  or  steel  plates  or  sheets, 
sheared  or  unsheared,  and  skelp 
iron  or  steel,  sheared  or  rolled  in 
grooves,  N.E.S  


Rolled  iron  or  steel  plates,  not  less 
than  30  inches  in  width  and  not  less 
than  \  inch  in  thickness,  N.O.P. 


Rolled  iron   or   steel    sheets,  No.  17 
gauge  and  thinner,  N.O.P  


Great  Britain  

Germany  

Norway  and  Sweden. 
United  States  

Total  


Great  Britain .... 

Belgium  

Germany  

Norway  and  Sweden. 
United  States  

Total  


Great  Britain. 
United  States. 

Total.... 


Great  Britain. 

Belgium  

Germany  

Russia  

United  States. 

Total.... 


Rolls  of  chilled  iron  or  steel. 


Great  Britain. 
United  States. 


Safes,  doors  for  safes  and  vaults  

Screws,  iron  or  steel,  commonly  called 
"wood  screws,"  N.E.S  


Total  ... 
United  States. 


Great  Britain . 
United  States. 


Total . 


Cwt. 


4,748 
100 
356 
30,361 


35,565 


5,590 
108 
630 
123,166 


129,494 


13,500 
163 
24 
482 

58,682 


72,851 


32,175 
177,861 


210,036 


76,801 
487 
2,127 
522 

50,352 


130,289 


321 
2,826 


3,147 


13,078 
173 
572 

63,457 


77,280 


7,364 
100 
1,769 
189,959 


199,192 


22,558 
308 
35 
1,352 
93,027 


122,280 


44,264 
246,696 


290,960 


202,052 
1,426 
3,436 
2,117 

138.546 


347,577 


1,193 

8,985 


10,178 


13,563 


Lbs. 
4,565 
129,390 

133,955 


800 
16,519 

17,319 


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Entered  for  Home  Consumption. 

General  Tariff. 

Preferential  Tariff.  Total. 

Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty 
Collected. 

8 

1,930 
173 
572 
63,453 

S  cts. 

96  50 
8  65 
28  60 
3,172  65 

Cwt. 
3,985 

S 

11,148 

$  cts. 
371  66 

Cwt. 

4,748 
100 
356 
30,361 

8 

13,078 
173 
572 

63,453 

$  cts. 

468  16 

8  65 
28  60 
3,172  65 

66,128 

3,306  40 

3,985 

11,148 

371  66 

35,565 

77,276 

3,678  06 

243 
100 
1,769 
190,189 

76  70 
37  80 
220  50 
43,126  49 

5,168 

8,042 

1,205  73 

5,386  8,285 
108  100 

1,282  43 
37  80 
220  50 
43,126  49 



630 
123,237 

1,769 
190,189 

192,301 

43,461  49 

5,168 

8,042 

1,205  73 

129,361 

200,343 

44,667  22 

1,042 
308 
35 
1,352 
98,027 

263  25 
57  05 
8  40 
168  70 
20,540  00 

13,006 

22,119 

3,035  84 

13.758 
163 
24 

482 

58,682 

23,161 
308 
35 
1,352 
98,027 

3,299  09 
57  05 
8  40 
168  70 
20,540  00 

100,764 

21,037  40 

13,006 

22,119 

3,035  84 

73,109 

122,883 

24,073  24 

383 
246,6% 

38  30 
24,669  60 

31,933 

43,881 

2,925  41 

32,175 
177,861 

44,264 
246,696 

2,963  71 
24,669  60 

247,079 

24,707  90 

31,933 

43,88l!       2,925  41 J  210,036 

290,960 

27,633  31 

3,404 
1,426 
3,436 
2,117 
138,546 

170  20 
71  30 

171  80 
105  85 

6,930  82 

75,480 

198,711 

6,623  95 

76,829 
487 
2,127 
522 
50,352 

202,115 
1,426 
3,436 
2,117 

138,546 

6,794  15 
71  30 
171  80 
105  85 

6,930  82 

148,929 

7,449  97 

75,480 

198,711 

6,623  95 

130,317 

347,640 

14,073  92 

8,984 

2,695  20 

321 

1,193 

238  60 

321 
2.  $20 

1,193 
8,984 

238  60 
2.695  20 

8,984 

2,695  20 

321 

1,193 

238  60 

3,147 

10,177 

2,933  80 

12,014 

3,604  20 

19                             4  CA4  OA 

5 

16,518 

1  75 
5,781  30 

Lbs. 
4,545 

795 

185  49 

Lbs. 
4,565 
129,290 

800 
16,518 

187  24 
5,781  30 

16,523 

5,783  05 

4,545 

795 

185  49 

133,855 

17,318 

5,968  54 

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1-2  EDWARD  VII.,  A.  1902 

i. — General  Statement 


Total  Imports. 


Articles  Imported. 


DUTIABLE  GOODS — Con. 

Iron  and  steel  and  manufactures  of — 
Scales,  balances,  weighing  beams  and 
strength -testing  machines  


Countries. 


Great  Britain. 

China  

France   

Germany  

United  States. 


Quantity. 


Value. 


Total. 


Skates  of  all  kinds  and  parts  thereof . . , 


Skelp  iron  or  steel,  sheared  or  rolled 
in  grooves,  imported  by  manufac- 
turers of  wrought  iron  or  steel  pipe 
for  use  only  in  the  manufacture  of 
wrought  iron  or  steel  pipe  in  their 
own  factories  


Great  Britain . . . 

Germany  

Norway  and  Sweden 
United  States  


Stoves  of  all  kinds  and  parts  thereof . , 


5  Stove  plates,  and  sad  or  smoothing, 
hatters'  and  tailors'  irons,  plated 
wholly  or  in  part  or  not  


Total 


Germany  

United  States. 


Total 


Great  Britain  

France  

Germany  

J  apan  

Norway  and  Sweden 
United  States  


Pairs. 

10 
18,582 

36 
12,932 


31,560 


Cwt. 
3,543 
178,914 


182,457 


Total 


Great  Britain. 
United  States. 


Swedish  rolled  iron  and  Swedish  rolled 
steel  nail  rods  under  half  an  inch  in 
diameter  for  the  manufacture  of 
horse-shoe  nails  


Switches,  frogs,  crossings   and  inter- 
sections for  railways  


Total 


Tubing  : 

Boiler  tubes  of  wrought  iron  or  steel, 
including  flues  and  corrugated 
tubes  for  marine  boilers  


Germany 
Norway  and  Sweden 
United  States. .  . . 

Total  


United  States. 


Great  Britain . 

Germany  

United  States. 

Total  


1,340 
12,654 
2,634 


10,628 


3,075 


Lbs. 

196,805 
124,371 
4,670,722 


4,991,898 


3 
332 
324 
94,164 


95,707 


8,223 
80 
6,180 


14,491 


4,912 
246,612 


251,524 


365 
60 
920 
2 

394 
127,035 


128,776 


96 
9,954 


10,050 


3,129 
29,567 
5,679 


38,375 


17,301 


11,275 
2,006 
217,928 


231,209 


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op  Imports — Continued. 


133 


Entered  fob  Home  Consumption. 


General  Tiff. 

Preferential  Tariff. 

Total. 

Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty. 



Quantity. 

Value. 

!  Duty 
Collected. 

S 

79 
3 
332 
324 
94,115 

$  cte. 

23  70 
0  90 
99  60 
97  20 
28.234  50 

9 

805 

S  cts. 
161  00 

I 

884 
3 
332 
324 
94,115 

$  cts. 

184  70 
0  90 
99  60 
97  20 
28,234  oO 

94,353 

28,455  90 

805 

161  00 

95,658 

28,616  90 

8,223 
80 
6,180 

2,878  07 
28  00 
2,163  00 

Pairs 

'lO 

g 



1  87 

Pairs 

10 

18,582 
36 
12,932 

8 

8,223 
80 
6,180 

1  87 
2,878  07 
28  00 
2.163  00 

14,483 

5,069  07 

10 

8 

1  87 

31,560 

14,491 

5,070  94 

4,912 
246,612 

245  60 
12,330  60 

Cwt. 
3,543 
178  914 

4,912 
246,612 

245  60 
12,330  60 

251,524 

12,576  20 

182,457 

251,524 

12,576  20 

156 
31 
920 
2 
394 
127,035 

39  00 
7  75 
230  00 
0  50 
98  50 
31,758  50 

209 

34  83 

365 
31 
920 
2 
394 
127.0&5 

73  83 
7  75 
230  00 
0  50 
98  50 
31,758  50 



128,538 

32,134  25 

209 

34  83 

128,747 

32,169  08 



96 

16  00 

96 
9,954 

16  00 

2,488  50 

9,954 

2,488  50 

9,954 

2,488  50 

96 

16  00 

10,050 

2,504  50 

3,129 
29,567 
5,679 

469  35 
4,435  05 
851  85 



1,340 
12,654 
2,634 

3,129 
29,567 
5,679 

469  35 
4,435  05 
851  85 

38,375 

5,756  25 

16,628 

38.375 
17,301 

5,756  25 

17,301 

5,190  30 

»'•♦'•  

3,075 

5,190  30 

308 
2,006 
217,928 

15  40 
100  30 
10^96  40 

194  525 

10,967 



365  58 

Lbs. 

196,805 
124,371 
4,670,722 

11,275 
2,006 
217,928 

380  98 
100  30 
10,896  40 

220,2421      11,012  10 

194.525 

10,967 

365  58 

4,991,898 

231,209 



11,377  68 

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No.  1. — General  Statement 


Total  Imports. 


Articles  Imported. 


DUTIABLE  GOODS — CW. 

✓ 

Iron  and  steel  and  manufactures  of — 
Tubing : 

Tubes  of  rolled  steel,  seamless,  not 
joined  or  welded,  not  more  than 
1£  inches  in  diameter  


Tubes,  seamless  steel,  for  bicycles. 


Tubing,  wrought  iron  or  steel, 
plain  or  galvanized,  threaded 
and  coupled  or  not,  over  2 
inches  in  diameter,  N.E.S. . . 


ii  Tubing,  wrought  iron  or  steel 
plain  or  galvanized,  threaded 
and  coupled  or  coupled  or  not, 
two  inches  or  less  in  diameter, 
N.E.S 


Countries. 


Great  Britain. 
United  States. 


Ware — Galvanized  sheet  iron  or  of 
galvanized  sheet  steel,  manufac 
tures,  N.O.P  


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


Ware — Enamelled  iron  or  steel  ware, 
N.E.S.;  iron  or  steel  hollow  ware, 
plain  black,  tinned  or  coated  ;  and 
nickel  and  aluminum  kitchen  or 
household  hollow  ware,  N.E.S. . 


Total. 


Germany  

United  States. 


Total. 


Great  Britain. 

Germany  

United  States. 

Total  


Great  Britain. 

France  

Germany  

United  States. 

Total  


Great  Britain. 
United  States. 

Total.  ... 


Great  Britain. 
United  States. 


Total 


Great  Britain. 

France   

Germany.  

United  States. 


Total. 


Great  Britain. 

China   

France  

Germany  

Japan   

United  States. 

Total  


Quantity 


Lbs. 


2,200 
84,025 


86,225 


4,731 
277,742 


282,473 


288,395 
58,555 
,373,183 


5,720,133 


310,272 
3,000 
41,000 
,806,939 


2,161,211 


12,913 
577,970 


590,883 


50 
3,509 


3,559 


44 
32,396 


32,843 


9,606 
2,485 
221,250 


233,341 


10,717 
277 
760 

71,650 


83,401 


745 
34,717 


35,462 


7,785 
37,030 


44,815 


4,194 
54 
5,745 
13,116 


23,109 


4,504 
48 
130 
482 
24 
53,945 

59,133 


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135 


Entered  for  Home  Consumption. 


General  Tariff. 

Preferential  Tariff. 

Total. 

v  aiue. 

Duty. 

Quantity. 

Duty 
Collected. 

f 

3,509 

|  cts. 
350  90 

Lbs. 

2,200 



S 

50 

S  cts. 
3  33 

Lbs. 

2,200 
84,025 

S 

50 
3,509 

$  ete. 

3  33 
350  90 

3,509 

350  90;  2,200 

50 

3  33 

86,225 

3,559 

354  23 

447 

32,390 

44  70 
3,239  60 

4,731 
277,742 

447 
32,396 

44  70 
3,239  60 

32,843 

3,284  30 

282,473 

32,843 

3,284  30 

2,485 
212,98? 

372  75 
31,948  05 

313,957 

12,229 

1,222  90 

313,957 
58,555 
5,179,013 

12,229 
2,4>o 
212,987 

1,222  90 
372  75 
31,948  0C 

215,472 

32,320  80 

313,957 

12,229 

1,222  90 

5,551,525 

227,701 

33,543  70 

60 
277 
760 
71,974 

21  00 

96  95 
266  00 
25,190  85 

366,086 



12,239 

2,855  90 

366,836 
3,000 
41,000 
1,841,762 

12,299 
277 
760 

71,974 

2,876  90 
96  9: 
266  00 
25,190  85 

73,071 

25,574  80 

366,086 

12,239 

2,855  90 

2,252,598 

85,310 

28,430  70 

116 
34,091 

34  80 
10,407  30 

11,695 

629 

125  80 

12,913 
575,674 

745 
34,691 

■■ 

160  60 
10,407  30 

34,S07 

10,442  10 

11,6:)5 

629 

125  80 

588,587 

35,436 

10,567  90 

8 

57,030 

2  00 

9,257  50 

7,497 

1,249  53 

7,505 
37,030 

1,251  53 
9,257  50 

37,038 

9,259  50 

7,497 

1,249  53 

44,535 

10,509  03 

1,226 
54 
5,376 
13,116 

429  10 
18  90 
1,881  60 
4,590  60 

2,968 

692  56 

4,194 
54 
5,376 
13,116 

1,121  60 
18  1.0 
1,881  60 
4,590  60 

19,772 

6,920  20 

2,968 

692  56 

22,740 

7,612  76 

171 
48 
130 
482 
24 
54,661 

51  30 
14  40 
39  00 
144  00 
7  20 
16,398  30 

4,489 



897  80 

4,660 
48 
130 
482 
24 

.  54,661 

949  10 
14  40 
39  00 
144  60 
7  20 
16,398  30 





i 

55,516 

16,654  80 

4,489 

897  80 

60,005 

17,552  60 

136  CUSTOMS  DEPARTMENT  ii 

1-2  EDWARD  VII.,  A.  1902 

No.  1. — General  Statement 


Articles  Imported. 


Total  Imports. 


Countries. 


Quantity. 


Value. 


Quantity. 


DUTIABLE  GOODS—  Con. 

Iron  and  steel  and  manufactures  of — 
Wire  cloth  or  wove  wire  and  netting 
of  iron  or  steel    


Great  Britain. 

France  

Germany  

United  States. 

Total.... 


Wire  screens,  doors  and  windows. 


Great  Britain . 

Japan  

United  States. 


Total. 


Wire  fencing,  woven,  buckthorn  strip, 
and  wire  fencing  of  iron  or  steel, 
N.E.S  


Great  Britain. 

Germany  

United  States. 

Total.... 


Wire,  single  or  several,  covered  with 
cotton,  linen,  silk,  rubber  or  other 
material,  &c,  N.E.S  


Great  Britain. 

France..  

Germany  

United  States. 


Total. 


Wire  of  all  kinds,  N.O.P. . . 


Great  Britain. 

France  

Germany  

Holland  

United  States. 


Total. 


Wire  rope,  stranded  or  twisted  wire, 
clothes  linen,  picture  or  other  twist- 
ed wire  and  wire  cables,  N.E.S  . 


Iron  or  steel  nuts,  washers,  rivets  and 
bolts  with  or  without  threads,  and 
nut,  bolt  and  hintre  blanks,  and  T 
and  strap  hinges  of  all  kinds,  N.E.S. 


Great  Britain. 

France  

Germany  

United  States. 

Total.... 


Great  Britain. 
United  States. 

Total.... 


Lbs. 


218,083 
40 
180 
244,931 


463,234 


21,480 
9,250 
1,861,811 


1,892,541 


142,441 
280 
1,465 
2,612,332 


2,756,518 


470,309 
64 

145,040 
8,977 
2,221,077 


2,845,467 


992,738 
300 
6,441 
532,739 


1,532,218 


14,718 
1,917,594 

1,932,312 


12.819 
5 
16 
19,192 


32,032 


230 
79 
11,117 


11,426 


139 
66,596 


67,543 


14,700 
73 

m 

340,752 


355,910 


14,131 
41 
5,406 
187 
81,091 


100,856 


61,349 
277 
432 

58,233 


120,291 


814 
78,691 

79,505 


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137 


Entered  for  Home  Consumption. 


General  Tariff. 

Preferential  Tariff. 

Total. 

Value. 

Duty. 

y  Quantity . 

Value.  Duty. 

v^u  <vn  1 1  ty  > 

Value. 

Duty 
Collected. 

1,600 

5 
1(3 

19,192 

480  00 
1  50 
4  80 
5,757  60 

Lbs. 

200,037! 

I 

11,219 

$  cts. 
2,243  80 

Lbs. 

218,083 

180 
244,931 

8 

12,819 
5 
16 
19.192 

$  cts. 

2,723  80 
1  50 
4  80 

5.757  60 

20,813 

6,243  90 

200,037 

11,219 

2,243  80 

463,234 

32,0321          8,487  70 

13 
79 
11,117 

3  90 
23  70 
3,335  10 

217 

43  40 

230 
79 
11,117 

47  30 

23  70 
3,335  10 

11,209 

3,362  70 

217 

43  40 

11,426 

3,406  10 

139 
66,596 

20  85 
9,989  40 

21,480 

808 

80  80 

21,480 
9,250 
1,861,811 

808 
139 
66,596 

80  80 
20  85 
9,989  40 

66,735|      10,010  25 

21,480 

808 

80  80!  1,892,541 

1 

67,543 

10,091  05 

421          126  30 
73           21  90 
36l!         108  30 
339,835     101,950  50 

140,767 

14,169 

2,833  80 

142,028 
280 
1,265 
2,609,805 

14,590 
73 
361 

339,835 

2,960  10 
21  90 
108  30 
101,950  50 

340,690     102,207  00 

140,767 

14,169 

2,833  80 

2,753,378 

354,859 

105,040  80 

632 
41 

126  40 

8  20 

454,678 

13,499 

1,799  84 

470,309 
64 
85,083 
8,977 
2,221,077 

14,131 
41 
4,406 
187 
81,091 

1,926  24 
8  20 
881  20 
37  40 
16,218  20 

4,406          881  20 
187           37  40 
81,091      16,218  20 

86,357 

17,271  40 

454,678 

13,499 

1,799  84 

2,785,510 

99,856 

19,071  24 

1,445 
277 
432 
58.218 

361  25 
69  25 
108  00 
14.554  50 

988,319 

60,563 

10,094  04 

1,002,206 
300 
6,441 
532,239 

62,008 
277 
432 

58,218 

10,455  29 
69  25 
108  00 
14,554  50 

60,372:      15,093  00 

988,319 

60,563 

10,094  04 

1,541,186 

120,935 

25,187  04 

163           76  39 
78,674;     34.039  86 

11,323 

651 

165  14 

14,718 
1,917,522 

814 
78,674 

241  53 
34,039  86 

78,837 

34,H6  25 

11,323 

651 

165  14 

1,932,240 

79,488 

34,281  39 

138  CUSTOMS  DEPARTMENT 

No. 


ii 

1-2  edward  vii.,  a.  1902 
1. — General  Statement 


Total  Imports. 


Articles  Imported. 


Countries. 


DUTIABLE  GOODS — Con. 

Iron  and  steel  and  manufactures  of — 

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


Quantity. 


Cwt, 


Penknives,    jackknives,    and  pocket 
knives  of  all  kinds  


Table  cutlery,  all  kinds,  N.O.P. . 


Great  Britain , . 
British  Guiana. 
B  W.  Indies... 
Newfoundland . 

Germany  

United  States. . 


Total. 


Great  Britain .... 
Austria-Hungary. 

Belgium  

France  

Germany  

Japan  

Russia  

United  States.  . . 


Total. 


Great  Britain .... 
Austria-Hungary. 

China  

France  

Germany   

United  States.  . . 


All  other  cutlery,  N.E.S. 


Great  Britain  

Austria-Hungary  

France  

Germany  

J  apan  

Norway  and  Sweden 
United  States  


Guns,  rifles,  including  air  guns  and  air 
rifles  (not  being  toys),  muskets,  can- 
nons, pistols,  revolvers,  or  other 
firearms  


Total. 


107,044 
125 
7,095 
2,170 
11,200 
229,832 


358,066 


Value. 


Total. 


Great  Britain. 

Belguim  

China  

France  

Germany  

United  States. 

Total.... 


80,028 
59 
2,323 
1,009 
7,500 
148,551 


239,470 


55,687 
148 
217 
207 
30,606 
15 
3 

2,336 


89,219 


145,615 
416 
1 

720 
30,095 
20,059 


196,906 


87,051 
597 
654 
61,742 
14 
1,392 
45,924 


197,374 


28,194 
31,655 
11 
6,358 
7,109 
103,982 

177,309 


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139 


Entered  for  Home  Consumption. 


General  Tariff. 

Preferential  Tariff. 

Total. 

\  alue. 

i  mi  i  y . 

v^uantity. 

v  aiue. 

uuty. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty 
Collected. 

S 

$  cts. 

Cwt. 
107,644 

1 

80,028 

$  cts. 
3,591  51 

Cwt. 

107,644 
125 
7,095 
2,170 
11,200 
230,209 

• 

90,028 
69 
2,323 
1,009 
7,500 
148,663 

$  cts. 

3,591  51 
6  50 
315  48 
108  50 
560  00 
11,511  02 

59 
1,783 
1,009 
7,500 
148,663 

6  50 
246  95 
108  50 
560  00 
11,511  02 

2,156 

540 

68  53 

159.014 

12,432  97 

109,800 

80,568 

3,660  04 

358,443 

239,582          16,093  01 

649 
148 
217 
207 
30,640 
15 
3 

2,33(5 

194  70 
44  40 
65  10 
62  10 
9,192  00 
4  50 
0  90 
700  80 

54,620 

10.924  00 

55,269         11,118  70 
148               44  40 
217               65  10 
207               62  10 
30,640           9,192  00 
15                4  50 
3                0  90 
2,336             700  80 

34,215 

10,264  50 

54,620 

10,924  00 

88,835         21,188  50 

1,899 
416 
1 

720 
29.763 

569  70 
124  80 
0  30 
216  00 
8.928  90 

143,560 

28,712  01 

145,459 
416 
1 

29,281  71 
124  80 
O  tt 

720              216  00 
29,763           8,928  90 
20,059           6,017  70 

20,059        6,017  70 

52,858      15,857  40 

143.560 

28,712  01 



196,418         44,569  41 

1,139 
597 
654 
62,074 
14 

351  70 
179  10 
186  20 
18,622  20 
4  20 

86,251 

17,251  05 

87,390         17,602  75 
597             179  10 
654             186  20 

62,074         18,622  20 
14                    4  90 

1,392          417  60 
46,001!      13,800  30 

1,392 
46,001 

417  60 
13,800  30 

111,871      33,561  30 

86,251 

17,251  05 

198,122 

50,812  35 

2,870!         861  00 
34,260;      10,278  00 
11             3  30 
7,534       2,260  20 
7,109!       2,132  70 
103,500      31,050  00 

24,788 

4,957  60 

27,658 
34,260 
11 
7  .^*U 

5,818  60 
10,278  00 
3  30 
9  9fift  90 

7,109           2,132  70 
103,500         31,050  00 

155,284      46,585  20 

24,788 

4.957  60 

180,072         51,542  80 

140 


CUSTOMS  DEPARTMENT  H 

1-2  EDWARD  VII.,,  A.  1902 

No.  1—  General  Statement 


Total  Imports. 


Articles  Imported. 


Countries. 


Quantity. 


Value. 


Quantity. 


DUTIABLE  GOODS—  Con. 

Iron  and  steel  and  manofactures  of — 
Bayonets,   swords,   fencing   foils  and 
masks   


Great  Britaiu . 

China  

France  

Germany  

United  States. 


Total. 


Needles  of  any  material  or  kind  N.O.] 


Great  Britain. .  . 
Austria- Hungary. 

Fiance  

Germany  

United  States. . . . 


Total. 


Steel,  chrome  steel. 


United  States. 


Steel  plate,  universal  mill  or  rolled 
edge  bridge  plates  imported  by 
manufacturers  of  bridges  


Steel  in  bars,  bands,  hoops,  scroll  or 
strips,  sheets  or  plates,  of  any  size, 
thickness  or  width  when  of  greater 
value  than  2\  c.  per  lb.,  N.O.P  


Tools  and  implements : 

Adzes,  cleavers,  hatchets,  wedges, 
sledges,  hammers,  crowbars,  cant 
dogs  and  track  tools ;  picks,  mat- 
tocks and  eyes  or  poles  for  the  same. 


United  States. 


Axes. 


Saws 


Great  Britain . 

France  

Germany.. 
United  States. 


Total. 


Gerat  Britain . 
United  States. 


Total . 


United  States. 


Great  Britain. 

France  

Germany  

United  States. 


Total 


Cwt. 
1,871 


63,571 


19,926 
125 
4 

105,650 


125,705 


Doz. 


5,220 


897 

5 

145 
132 

593 


1,772 


25,525 
87 
20 
964 

26,146 


52,742 


11,549 


87,598 


Cwt. 
1,871 

63,571 


98,403 
4,181 
241 
312,138 


512 
125 
4 

105,650 


414,903 


106,291 


1,658 
19,355 


21,013 


Doz. 


29,928 


5,120 


2,141 
1,233 
239 
86,964 

1)0,577 


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141 


Entered  for  Home  Consumption. 


General  Tariff. 

Preferential  Tariff. 

Total. 

Value,  Duty. 

Quantity. 

Value, 

Duty. 

Quantity. 

Value, 

Duty 
Collected. 

1 

7 
5 
145 
132 
593 

$  cts. 

2  10 
1  50 
43  50 
39  60 
177  90 



m 

890 

$  cts. 
178  00 

1 

897 
5 
145 

3  cts. 

180  10 

1  50 
43  50 
39  60 
177  90 

132 
593 

9fi4  60 

890 

178  00 

1.772 

44?  60 

OOO 

87 
20 
964 
26,143 

1  flA 

liO  OU 

26  10 
6  00 
289  20 
7,842  90 

25,432 

5,086  40 

^U,Ulo 

87 
20 
964 
26,143 

X  ORO  Oft 

26  10 
6  00 
289  20 
7,842  90 

27,800 

8,340  00 

25,432 

5,086  40   

53,232 

13,426  40 

11,549 

1,732  35 

0 

Cwt. 
1,871 

11,549 

1,732  35 

87,598 

8,759  80 

60,871 

87,598 

8,759  80 

2,085 
,4,181 
241 
312,138 

104  25 
209  05 
12  Co 
15,606  75 

19,512 

96,391 

3,213  31 

20,024 
125 
4 

105,650 

98,476 
4,181 
241 
312, 13S 

3,317  56 
209  05 
12  05 
15,606  75 

318,645 

15,932  10 

19  512 

96,391 

3,213  31 

125,803 

415,036 

19,145  41 

3 

19,355 

0  90 
5,806  50 

1,655 

331  00 

1,658 
19,355 

331  90 
5,806  50 

19,358 

5,807  40 

1,655 

331  00 

21,013 

6,138  40 

29,590 

7,597  50 

Doz. 
5,120 

29,590 

7,397  50 

631 
1,233 
239 
86,948 

189  30 
369  90 
71  70 
26,084  40 

L510 

302  00 

2,141 
1,233 
239 
86,948 

491  30 
369  90 
71  70 
26,084  40 

89.051 

26.715  3o!  

1,510 

302  00 

90,561 

27,017  30 

142 


CUSTOMS  DEPARTMENT  ji 

1-2  EDWARD  VII.,  A.  1902 

No.  1. — General  Statement 


Total  Imports. 


DUTIABLE  GOODS— Con. 

Iron  and  steel  and  manufactures  of- 
Tools  and  implements — 
Files  and  rasps,  N.E.S  


Articles  Imported. 


Tools,  hand  or  machine,  of  all  kinds, 
N.O.P    


Knife  blades,  or  blanks,  and  forks  of 
iron  or  steel,  in  the  rough,  not 
handled,  filed,  ground  or  otherwise 
manufactured  


Manufactures,  articles  or  wares  not 
specially  enumerated  or  provided 
for,  composed  wholly  or  in  part  of 
iron  or  steel,  and  whether  partly  or 
wholly  manufactured.. . .   


Ivory,  manufactures  of,  N.O.P  , 


Countries. 


Great  Britain. 

France  

Germany  

Japan   

Switzerland. . . 
United  States. 


Total. 


Great  Britain. 

Belgium  

China  

France  

Germany  

Japan  

Switzerland. . . 
United  States. 

Total... . 


Great  Britain. 
United  States. 

Total.... 


Great  Britain .... 

B.  E.  Indies  

Newfoundland . . . 
Austria-Hungary. 

Belgium  

China   

France  

Germany  

J  apan  

U  nited  States.  


Total. 


Great  Britain. 

China  

France  

Germany  

Japan  

United  States. 

Total .... 


Quantity. 

Value. 

Quantity. 

9 

5,481 
83 
133 
41 
558 
77,272 


83,568 


39,481 
3 
36 
1,259 
20,291 
81 
13 

463,954 


525,118 


682 
200 


882 


63,588 
43 
31 
646 
17 
89 
4,618 
24,007 
189 
1,252,696 


1,345,924 


51 
5 
34 
301 

406 


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143 


Entered  for  Home  Consumption. 


General  Tariff. 

Preferential  Tariff. 

Total. 

Value.  Duty. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity. 

Value          ~  Duty 
value.  Collected. 

8 

784 
83 

133 
41 

KM 

S  cts. 

235  20 
24  90 
39  90 
12  30 

167  40 

s 

V 

4  697 

8  cts. 
939  40 

• 

e  jqi 

0,481 
83 
133 
41 
558 
77,272 

S  cts. 

1,174  60 
24  90 
39  90 

12  30 
167  40 

77,272j      23,181  60 

23,181  60 

78,87l|      23,661  30 

4,697 

939  40 

83,568 

24,600  70 

2,124 
3 
36 
1,259 
20,291 
81 
IS 

637  20 
0  90 
10  80 
377  70 
6,087  30 

37,370 

7,474  00 

39,494 
3 
36 
1,259 
20,291 
81 
13 

464,843 

8,111  20 
0  90 
10  80 
377  70 
6,087  30 
24  30 
3  90 
139,452  90 



3  90 

464,843     139,452  90 

488,650 

146,595  00 

37  370 

7,474  00|  

526,020 

154,069  00 

51 
200 

5  10 
20  00 

631 

42  06 

682 
200 

47  16 
20  00 

251             25  10 

631 

42  06 

882 

67  16 

8,328 

2,498  40 

55,795 
43 

11,159  00 
8  60 

64,123 
43 
31 
646 
17 
89 
4,513 
24,074 
189 
1,253,022 

13,657  40 

8  60 

9  30 
193  80 

5  10 
26  70 
1,353  90 
7,222  20 
56  70 
375,906  68 

31 
646 
17 
89 
4,513 
24,074 
189 
1,253,022 

9  30 
193  80 
5  10 
26  70 
1,353  90 
7,222  20 
56  70 
375,906  68 


1,290,909 

387,272  78 

55,838]     11,167  60 

1,346,747 

398,440  38 

2  00 
1  20 

10  20 
1  00 
6  80 

60  20 

10 
6 

51 
5 

34 

2  00 
1  20 
10  20 
1  00 
6  80 

10 
6 

51 
5 

34 
301 

301!           60  20 

407           81  40 

407 

81  40 

144 


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1-2  EDWARD  VII.,  A.  1902 

No.  1. — General  Statement 


Articles  Imported. 


Countries. 


Total  Imports. 


Quantity. 


Value. 


Quantity. 


dutiable  goods— Con. 


Jellies,  jams  and  preserves,  N.E.S. 


Great  Britain . 
B.  E.  Indies.  . 
B.  W.  Indies. 
Australia. . .  . 

Belgium  

China  

France  

Japan  

Spain   

Cuba  

United  States. 


Total. 


Jewellery,  N.O.P. 


Great  Britain  

B.  W.  Indies  

Austria-Hungary., 

Arabia  

China  

France  

Germany  

Holland  

Italy  

Japan  

Switzerland  

United  States  

Total  


Knitted  goods  of  every  description,  N.E.S. 

Lead  and  manufactures  of — 
Old  scrap  pig  and   block,  including 
Canadian  lead  ore  sent  to  United 
States  for  refining — Imported  at  price 
of  refining  only  

Bars  and  in  sheets  

Pipe    

Shot  and  bullets   ,  ... 


Great  Britain . 

Germany  

United  States. 


Total. 


Great  Britain . . 
United  States. , 


Total. 


Great  Britain. 
United  States. . 


Total. 


Great  Britain. . 
United  States. 


Total. 


Great  Britain. 
United  States. 

Total  


Lbs. 


779,622 
138 
123 


6 

1,343 
6,022 
80 
26 


101,822 


889,782 


Cwt. 
15,000 
69,851 


84,851 


9,376 
5,217 


14,593 


Lbs. 
165,595 
96,623 


262,218 


27,365 
22,276 

49,641 


56,497 
7 
25 


2 
33 
1,388 
2 
4 


11,198 


69,156 


67,619 
15 

10,886 
55 
24 

14,087 

24,959 
59 
14 
16 
159 
421,223 


539,116 


2,781 
675 
893 


4,349 


39,559 
56,516 


96,075 


47,293 
24,822 


72,115 


6,642 
5,342 


11,984 


1,254 
1,281 

2,535 


Lbs. 


3,681 
138 
123 

1,224 

6 

1,680 
4,851 
80 
26 
10 
94,513 


106,332 


Cwt. 

639 
69,313 


69,952 


141 

5,217 


5,358 


Lbs. 
21,860 
90,521 

112,381 


22,276 
22,276 


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of  Imports — Continued. 


145 


Entered  for  Home  Consumption'. 


General  Tariff. 


Preferential  Tariff. 


Total. 


Value, 

Duty. 

cts. 


55^ 

119  63 

7 

4  49 

25 

4  6l| 

82 

45  90 

2 

0  23! 

65 

63  001. 

1,021 

181  91 

2 

3   00  :. 

4 

0  97 

2 

0  38 

10,922 

3,029  12 

12,688 

3,453  24 

Lbs. 
763,336 


Value. 


Duty.        Quantity.  I  Value. 


Duty 
Collected. 


53,840 


763,336 


5,773  80 
4  50 
3,265  80 

16  50 
7  20 

4,226  10 
7,483  50 

17  70 
4  20 
4  80 

47  70 
126,643  80 


53,840 


4S.5G8 


cts. 


16,539  43 


Lbs. 


767,017 
138 
123 
1.224 
6 

1,680 
4,851 
80 
26 
10 
94,513 


54,396 
7 
25 
82 
2 
65 
1,021 
2 
4 
2 

10,922 


16,539  43 


Bd9,668 


9,713  60 


66,528; 


67,814 
15 

10,886 
55 
24 

14,087 

24,945 
59 
14 
16 
159 
422,146 


$  cts. 


16,659  06 
4  49 
4  61 
45  90 
0  23 
63  00 
181  91 
3  00 
0  97 
0  38 
3,029  12 


19,992  67 


15,487  40 
4  50 
3,265  80 

16  50 
7  20 

4,226  10 
7,483  50 

17  70 
4  20 
4  80 

47  70 
126,643  SO! 


491,652     147,495  60, 


227  50 
236  25, 
312  55 


(8,568 


9,713  60 


540,220 


2,420 


564  68 


3,070 
675 

893 


157,209  20 


792  18  3 
236  25 
312  55 


776  30 


2,420         564  68 


4,63S 


1,340  98 


Cwt. 
427  05,  15,369 
b,122  0o|  


40,017 


Cwt. 

4,001  70  16,008 
  69,313 


42.864  4,428  75  4 

54,147  8,122  05 


8,549  10i  15,369 


164  50.  10,937 
6,205  50!  


40,017 


4,001  70 


85,321 


97,011! 


52,836 


8,806  06 


6,370  00)       10,937  52,836 


Lbs. 

222  95!  143,735 
1,801  45   


6,005 


8,806  06 


11,078' 
5,217| 


53,494 
24.S22 


16.295 


Lbs. 

1,401  14  165,595 
 i  90,521 


78,316 


6,642 
5,147 


12,550  80 


8,970  56  5 
6,205  50 


15,176  06 


1,624  09 
1,801  45 


2,024  40  143,735 


6,005 


1,401  14  256,116 


11,789 


3,425  54 


448  35 


27,365 


1,254 


292  62 


27,365 
22,276 


1,254 
1,281 


292  62 
448  35 


448  35  27,365 


1,254 


292  62 


49,641; 


2,535 


740  97 


11 — ii — 10 


146 


CUSTOMS  DEPARTMENT  ft 

1-2  EDWARD  VII.,  A.  1902 

No  1. — General  Statement 


Total  Imports. 


Articles  Imported. 


Countries. 


Quantity. 


Value. 


dutiable  goods— Con. 

Lead  and  manufactures  of — 
Manufactures  of,  N.O.P  


Great  Britain. . . . 
Austria- Hungary- 
China   

France  

Germany  

Holland  

Japan  

Spain  

United  States.  


Total. 


Leather,  manufactures  of — 
Sole  leather,  all  kinds  


Great  Britain . 
United  States. 


Total. 


Leather,  belting  leather  of  all  kinds . , 


Upper  leather,  not  dressed,  waxed  or 
glazed  

Calf  hide   or  goat,  lamb   and  sheep 
skins,  tanned  - 

Calf,   kid    or   goat,  lamb  and  sheep, 
dressed,  waxed  or  glazed  


Glove  leathers,  tanned  or  dressed,  col- 
oured or  uncoloured,  imported  by 
glove  manufacturers  for  use  in  their 
own  factories  in  the  manufacture  of 
gloves  


Great  Britain . 
United  States. 


Total. 


United  States. 


Great  Britain. 
France. .  .... 

United  States. 


Total. 


Great  Britain . 
France .  ... 

Germany  

Japan  

United  States. 


Total. 


Great  Britain .... 
Austria-Hungary 

France   

Germany .  ...  . 
United  States  


Total. 


Harness  leather . 


Great  Britain. 
United  States. 

Total.... 


Lbs. 

50,545 
222,313 


272,858 


120,591 
6,615 


127,206 


4,951 


10,961 
50 
3,847 


14,858 


41,760 
14,552 
1,683 
20 

190,331 


248,346 


805 
50 
2,001 
18,227 
233,2/8 

254,361 


6,572 
890 
17 
8,004 
5,513 
2,248 
315 
8 

27,616 


51,183 


9,754 
65,238 


74,992 


38,556 
2,083 


40,639 


1,704 


4,388 
55 
2,311 


6,754 


29,757 
12,006 
1,738 
23 

169,153 


212,677 


1,202 
42 
2,677 
16,391 
159,874 


813 
13,730 

14,543 


180,186 

355 
6,454 


il 

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of  Imports — Continued. 


TRADE  AND  NAVIGATION 


147 


Entered  fob  Home  Consumption. 


General  Tariff. 

Preferential  Tariff. 

Total. 

Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty 
Collected. 

s 

3,035 
890 
17 
7  884 
5^621 
2  248 
'315 
8 

27  616 

S  cts. 

910  50 
267  00 
5  10 
2,365  20 
1,686  30 
674  40 
94  50 
2  40 
8,284  80 

8 

3,526 

|  cts. 
705  20 

S 

6,561 
890 
17 
7,884 
5,621 
2,248 
315 
8 

27,616 

$  cts. 

1,615  70 
267  00 
5  10 
2,365  20 
1,686  30 
674  40 
94  50 
2  40 
8,284  80 

47,634 

14,290  20 

3.526 

705  20 

51,160 

14,995  40 

1 

56 
67  010 

8  40 
10,051  50 

Lbs. 
50,255 

9,596 

959  60 

Lbs. 

50,425 
228,874 

9,652 
67,010 

968  00 
10,051  50 

67,066 

10,059  90 

50,255 

9,596 

959  60 

279,299 

76,662 

11,019  50 

1,817 
2,083 

272  55 
312  45 

112,635 

36,189 

3,618  90 

117,731 
6,615 

38,006 
2,083 

3,891  45 
312  45 

3,900 

585  00 

112  635 

36,189 

3,618  90 

124,346 

40,089 

4,203  90 

1,704 

255  90 

4,951 

1,704 

255  90 

55 
2,056 

8  25 
308  40 

10,961 

4,388 

438  80 

10,961 
50 
3,687 

4,388 
55 
2,056 

438  80 
8  25 
308  40 

2,111 

316  65 

10,961 

4,388 

438  80 

14,698 

6,499 

755  45 

3,730 
12,006 
1,738 
23 

164,761 

652  75 
2,101  05 
304  Jo 
4  02 
28,833  11 

37,597 

26,042 

3,038  33 

41,780 
14,'552 
1,683 
20 

185,380 

29  772 
12^006 
1,738 
23 

164,761 

O,  0.7 1  uo 

2,101  05 
304  15 
4  02 
28,833  11 

182,258 

31,895  08 

37,597 

26,042 

3,038  33 

243,415 

208,300 

34,933  41 

42 
2,677 
16,391 
159,874 

4  20 
267  70 
1,639  10 
15,987  40 

805 

1,202 

80  14 

805 
50 
2,001 
18,227 
233,278 

1,202 
42 
2,677 
16,391 
159,874 

80  14 
4  20 
267  70 
1,639  10 
15,987  40 

178,984 

17,898  40 

805 

1,202 

80  14 

2c4,361 

180,186 

17,978  54 

91           15  22 
6,454        1,130  21 

723 

264 

30  81 

817 
13,730 

355 
6,454 

46  03 
1,130  21 

6,545        1,145  43 

723  264 

30  81 

14,547 

6,809 

1,176  24 

ll_ii_10£ 


148  CUSTOMS  DEPARTMENT 

No. 


ii 

1-2  edward  vii.,  a.  1902 
1. — General  Statement 


DUTIABLE  GOODS—  CW. 

Leather  and  manufactures  of — 
Tanners'  scrap  leather  


Articles  Imported. 


Countries. 


Total  Imports. 


United  States. 


Upper  leather,  including  dongola, 
cordovan,  kangaroo,  alligator  and 
chamois  skins,  or  other  upper  leather, 
N .  E .  S . ,  dressed,  waxed  or  glazed . 


Great  Britain '. . 
Newfoundland , 

France  

Germany..  . .  . 
United  States. . 


Japanned,  patent  or  enamelled  leather 
and  morocco  leather  , 


Skins  for  morocco  leather,  tanned  but 
not  further  manufactured  


5      All  other  leather  and  skins,  N .  O .  P  


All  other  leather,  dressed,  waxed  or 
glazed,  &c,  N.E.S  


Manufactures  of,  viz.  : — 
Boots  and  shoes  


Total. 


Great  Britain. 

France  

Germany  

United  States. 


Total. 


Great  Britain. 

France   

United  States. 

Total .... 


Great  Britain . 

Australia  

France   

Germany  

United  States. 


Total. 


Great  Britain. 

France  

United  States. 


Total. 


Quantity. 


Great  Britain .... 

Hong  Kong  

Austria-  H  ungary 

China  

France..  .... 

Germany  

J  apan  

Switzerland  

United  States. . . . 
Turkey  


Total. 


Lbs. 
33,012 


32,020 
75 
5,559 
832 
229,608 


268,094 


660 
978 
12,070 
21,578 


35,286 


4,000 
55 
2,031 


6,086 


Value. 


46,939 
1,162 
6,180 
3,128 

28,893 


86,302 


7,692 
1,025 
54,741 


63,458 


2,753 


24,987 
51 
4,005 
1,105 
204,280 


234,428 


721 
1,282 
16,464 
23,451 


41,918 


3,042 
58 
787 


3,887 


19,052 
303 
1,477 
4,033 

10,244 


35,109 


3,782 
765 
29,677 


34,224 


18,694 
102 

'2,584 
600 
472 
6 
310 
619,996 
26 

642,790 


ii  TRADE  AND  NAVIGATION  149 

SESSIONAL  PAPER  No.  11 


of  Imports — Continued. 


Entered  for  Home  Consumption. 

1 

2 

3 

4 

5 

6 
7 

General  Tariff. 

Preferential  Tariff. 

Total. 

■ 

Value.          Duty.  Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty.  Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty 
Collected. 

S 

9 

$  cts. 

4.1  9 

Lbs. 

$ 

$  cts. 

Lbs. 
33,012 

8 

2,753 

$  cts. 
412  95 

2,985  39 
8  92 
700  87 
193  37 
35,391  79 

1,230 

4,005 
1  105 
202^236 

215  25 
8  92 
700  87 
193  37 
35,391  79 

29,835 

23,742 

2,770  14 

32,020 
75 

5,559 
832 
225,479 

24,972 
51 
4,005 
1,105 
202,236 

208,627 

36,510  20 

29,835 

23  742 

2,770  14 

263,965 

232,369 

39,280  34 

136  33 
320  50 
4,116  00 

5,862  75 

194 
1  282 
16,'464 
23,451 

48  50 
320  50 
4,116  00 

530 

527 

87  83 

660 
978 
12,070 
21,578 

721 
1,282 
16,464 
23,451 

41,391 

10,347  75 

530 

527 

87  83 

35,286 

41,918 

10,435  58 

664 
787 

99  60 
118  05 

4,000 

3,042 

304  20 

4,000 
555 
2,031 

3,042 
664 
787 

304  20 
99  60 
118  05 

1,451 

217  65 

4,000 

3,042 

304  20 

6,586 

4,493 

521  85 

2,202 

871 
4,033 
10,244 

330  30 

130  65 
604  95 
1,536  60 

40,901 
1,162 

16,850 
303 

1,685  00 
30  30 

46,939 
1,162 
680 
3,128 

28,893 

19,052 
303 
871 
4,033 

10,244 

2,015  30 
30  30 
130  65 
604  95 

1,536  60 

17,350 

2,602  50 

42,063 

17,153 

1,715  30 

80,802 

34,503j          4,317  80 

191 
765 
29,677 

33  43 
133  87 
5,193  91 

7,309 

3,591 

418  97 

7,692 
1,025 
54,771 

3,782 
765 
29,677 

452  40 
133  87 
5,193  91 

30,633 

5,361  21 

7,309 

3,591 

418  97 

63,488 

34,224 

5,780  18 

3,790 
102 

9 

2,607 
<  609 
438 
6 

310 
618,479 

26 

947  50 
25  50 
2  25 
651  75 
152  25 
109  50 
1  50 
77  50 
154,619  75 
6  50 

15,984 

•    2,664  17 

19,774 
102 

9 

2,607 
609 
438 
6 
310 
618,479 
26 

3,611  67 
25  50 
2  25 
651  75 
152  25 
109  50 
1  50 
77  50 
154,619  75 
6  50 

626,376 

156,594  00 

15,984 

2,664  17   

642.360        159,258  17 

150 


CUSTOMS  DEPARTMENT  u 

1-2  EDWARD  VII.,  A.  1902 

No  1. — General  Statement 


Total  Imports. 


Articles  Imported. 


Countries. 


Quantity. 


Value. 


Quantity. 


DUTIABLE  GOODS — Con. 

Leather  and  manufactures  of — 
Harness  and  saddlery,  N.E.S. . 


Leather  belting. 


Great  Britain. . 

France  

Germany  , 

United  States. . , 


Total. 


Great  Britain. 
Germany.  . . 
United  States. 


Total. 


All  other  manufactures  of  leather  and 
raw  hide,  not  otherwise  provided  for. 


Great  Britain  

Austria-Hungary  . . . 

Belgium  

China  

Denmark  

France. .   

Germany  

J  apan  

Russia  

Sweden  and  Norway. 

Switzerland  

United  States  


Total 


Lime. 


Lime  juice  and  fruit  juices,  fortified  with 
or  containing  not  more  than  26  per  cent 
.  of  proof  spirits   .... 


Lime  juice  and  other  fruit  syrups  and  fruit 
juices,  N.O.P 


Great  Britain . 
United  States. 

Total.... 


Great  Britain. 

China  

United  States. 

Total..  . 


Great  Britain . 

China  

France  

United  States. 

Total .... 


Lithographic  presses   and  type-making 
accessories  therefor 


Lithographic  stones,  not  engraved  . . 


United  States. 


Great  Britain. 

Germany  

United  States. 


Total 


Brls. 

9 

19,648 


19,657 


Galls. 


78 

3 
566 


647 


7,459 
1 

335 
9,740 


17,535 


9,390 
213 
15 
44,624 


54242 


24,687 
806 
26,482 


51,975 


16,607 
490 
16 
2 
18 
508 
506 
3 
47 
161 
5 

89,862 


108,225 


36 
14,498 


14,534 


100 

3 

995 


1,098 


6,521 
6 

716 

8,029 


15,272 


1,500 


272 
569 
7,243 

8,084 


Brls. 


19,648 


19,648 


Galls. 


52 
3 

240 


295 


196 
1 

343 
9,820 

10,360 


ii 

SESSIONAL  PAPER  No.  11 

of  Imports — Continued. 


TRADE  AND  NAVIGATION 


151 


Entered  for  Home  Consumption. 


General  Tariff. 

Preferential  Tariff. 

Total. 

Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity. 

Value.   !  Duty. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Tin  t-\> 

uuzy 
Collected. 

1 

2,032 
213 
15 
43,833 

I  cts. 

609  60 
63  90 
3  50 
13,150  90 

$ 

7,358 

S  cts. 
1,471  60 

t 

9,390 
213 
15 
43,833 

8  cts. 

2,081  20 
63  90 
3  50 
13,150  90 

46,093 

13,827  90!  .... 

7,358 

1,471  60 

53,451 

15,299  50 

905 
25,772 

181  00 
161  20 
5,154  40 

ZD,  loo 

O,  $O0  J  O 

27,043 
25,772 

3,666  13 
161  20 
5,154  40 

27,483 

5,4%  60 

ZD,  loo 

O,4o0  lo 

53,621 

8,981  73 

490 
id 
2 
18 
508 
506 

Q 
O 

47 
161 

5 

89,715 

380  25 
122  50 
4  00 
0  50 
4  50 
127  00 
126  50 

0  75 
11  75 
40  25 

1  25 
22,428  75 

15,116 

2,519  58 

Ifi  A^17 
10,00/ 

490 

10 

2 
18 
508 
506 
3 
47 

101 

5 

89,715 

9  SQQ 

Z,  O.'.'  OO 

122  50 

i  AA 

0  50 
4  50 

127  00 
126  50 

ft  7^ 
DID 

11  75 

Aft  9ri 

1  25 
22,428  75 

92,992 

23,248  00 

15,116 

2,519  58 

108,108 

25,767  58 

Brls. 

  9 

2,899  60   

36 

4  81 

xJrls. 

9 

19,648 

36 
14,498 

4  81 

z,oyy  ou 

14,498 

2,899  60j  9 

36 

4  81 

19  657 

14,534 

2,904  41 

50 
3 
522 

Galls. 
31  20  6 

1  80  

144  00   

_ 

0 

2  40 

Galls. 

58 
3 

240 

55 
3 
522 

33  60 
1  80 
144  00 

575 

177  00  6 

5 

2  40 

301 

580 

179  40 

225 
6 

646 
7,993 

45  00 
1  20 
129  20 
1,598  60 

7,552 

6,469 

862  61 

7,748 
1 

343 

9,820 

6,694 
6 
646 
7,993 

907  61 
1  20 
129  20 
1,598  60 

8,870 

1,774  00 

7,552 

6,469 

862  61 

17,912 

15,339 

2,636  61 

1,500 

150  00 

1,500 

150  00 

69 
569 
7,243 

13  80 
113  80 
1,448  60 

203 

27  07 

272 
569 
7,243 

40  87 
113  80 
1,448  60 

7,881 

1,576  20 



203 

27  07 

8,084 

1,603  27 

152 


CUSTOMS  DEPARTMENT 


1-2  EDWARD  VII.,  A.  1902 

No.  1. — General  Statement 


Articles  Imported. 


DUTIABLE  GOODS — Coil. 

Machine  card  clothing  


Magic  lanterns  and  slides  therefor. 


Malt  

Malt,  extract  of  (non-alcoholic)  for  medi 
cinal  and  baking  purposes  

Marble  and  manufactures  of — 
Marble,  sawn  only  


it  Finished  and  polished. 


Rough,  not  hammered  or  chiselled  . . . 


Manufactures  of.  N.O.P. 


Countries. 


Great  Britain. 

Belgium  

Germany  

United  States. 

Total  .... 


Great  Britain  

Austria- Hungary 

France  

Germany  

United  States  


Total 


Great  Britain. 
United  States. 


Total 


Great  Britain. .  . . 
Austria-Hungary 
United  States. . . . 


Total 


Great  Britain . 

Belgium  

Germany  

Italy  

United  States. 


Total 


Great  Britain. 

France  

Italy  

United  States. 


Total 


Great  Britain 

Belgium  

France  

Italy  

United  States. 


Total 


Great  Britain. 

France  

Italy  

United  States. 

Total .... 


Total  Imports. 


Quantity.  :  Value. 


24,194 
1,129 
1,976 
7,404 


34,703 


71 

418 
66 
1,709 
2,336 

5,246 


Bush. 

625 
96,072 


96,697 


645 
65,684 


66,329 


1,167 
72 
4,471 


5,710 


102 
424 
1,546 

8,657 
59,699 


•0,428 


3,471 
134 
181 

5,456 


9,242 


164 
1,955 
43 

884 
1,445 


4,491 


1,013 

8 

1,085 
11,314 

13,449 


Quantity. 


Bush. 

215 
96,072 


96,287 


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SESSIONAL  PAPER  No.  11 


of  Imports — Continued. 


Entered  for  Home  Consumption. 

General  Tariff. 

Preferential  Tariff. 

Total. 

Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty 
Collected. 

1 

$  eta. 

S 

24,416 

$  cts. 
4,069  42 

S 

24.416 

$  cts. 
4.069  42 

1,129 
1  976 
7^404 

282  25 
494  00 
1,851  00 

l,129i             282  25 
1,976             494  00 
7,404           1,851  00 

10,509 

2,627  25 

24,416 

4,069  42 

34,925           6,696  67 

161 
684 
66 
1,718 
2,336 

40  25 
171  00 

16  50 
429  50 
584  00 

1,241  25 

556 

92  74 

717 
684 
66 

132  99 
171  00 
16  50 

1,718             429  50 
2,336             584  00 

4,965 

556 

92  74 



5,521           1,333  99 

228 
65  684 

32  25 

Bush. 
396 

417 

39  60 

Bush. 

611 

96,072 

645 
65,684 

71  85 
14,410  80 

65,912 

14,443  05 

396 

417 

39  (30 

96,683 

66,329 

14,482  65 

80 
79 
4,479 

20  00 
18  00 
1,119  75 

1,087 

181  18 

1,167;            201  18 
72              18  00 
4,479          1,119  75 

4,631 

1,157  75 

1,087          181  18 

5,718'          1,338  93 

36 
424 
128 
8  657 
59^689 

7  20 
84  80 
25  60 

66            8  80 

102 
424 
128 
8.657 
59,689 

16  00 
84  80 
25  60 
1,731  40 
11,937  80 

  ...   .   

1  731  40 
1VJ37  80 



68,934 

13,786  80 

66]            8  80 

69,000!         13,795  60 

10 
134 
181 
5,456 

4  00 
46  90 
63  35 
1,909  10 

1 

3,461          807  62 

1 

3,471             811  62 
134               46  90 

181 
5,456 

63  35 
1,909  10 



5,781 

2,023  35 



3,461          807  62 

9,242           2,830  97 

164 
L955 
43 

884 
1,445 

24  60 
293  25 
6  45 
132  60 
216  75 

164               24  60 
1,955             293  25 
43                6  45 

884             132  60 
l,445j             216  75 

4,491 

673  65 

4,491 

673  65 

324 
37 
1,085 
11,291 

113  40 

12  95 
379  75 
3,951  85 

689 

160  78 

1,013             274  IS 
37               12  95 
1,0851             379  75 
ll,29l|          3,951  85 

1 

12,737 

4,457  95!  j 

689 

160  78 

13,426i          4,618  73 

154  CUSTOMS  DEPARTMENT 

No. 


ii 

1-2  edward  vii.,  a.  1902 
1. — General  Statement 


Articles  Imported. 


DUTIABLE  GOODS — Con. 

Mattresses,  including  hair,   spring  and 
other      

Mats  and  rugs,  including  door  a,nd  car- 
riage, N.E.S  


Great  Britain .... 
Austria-Hungary 

Belgium  

China  

France  

Germany  

Italy  

Japan   

Persia  

Turkey  

United  States. . . . 


Metal,  N.E.S.,  and  manufactures  of  : 
Aluminum,  manufactures  of,  N.O.P. 


Babbit  metal . 


Britannia  metal,  manufactures  of,  not 
plated  , 


Bronze  statuettes  or  ornaments. 


Countries. 


Great  Britain. 
United  States. 


Total 


Total. 


Great  Britain. . . . 
Austria-Hungary 

France   

Germany  

Italy  

Switzerland  

United  States  


Total. 


Great  Britain. 
United  States. 


Total. 


Great  Britain . 

France   

Germany  

United  States. 


Total. 


Great  Britain. 

China  

France  

Germany  

Italy  

Japan   

United  States. 

Total.  ... 


Total  Imports. 


Quantity. 


Value. 


76 
11,581 

11,657 


87,598 
898 
20 
15 
1,519 
2,672 
750 
1,079 
1,866 
1,760 
15,730 


113,907 


802 


1,521 
738 
114 

2 

4,280 


7,457 


2,292 
22,392 


24,684 


2,012 
260 
897 
20,2114 


23,433 


594 
49 
1,237 
2,188 
310 
5 

2,804 
7,187 


ii  TRADE  AND  NAVIGATION 

SESSIONAL  PAPER  No.  11 

op  Imports — Continued. 


155 


Entered  for  Home  Consumption. 


General  Tariff. 

Preferential  Tariff . 

Total. 

Value.          Duty.      1  Quantity. 

Value.    |     Duty.  Quantity. 

1  1 

Value. 

Duty 
Collected . 

s 

4 

11,581 

 I  

11,585 

S  cts. 

1  20 
3,474  30 

$ 

72 

S  cts. 
14  40 

76 
11,581 

S  cts 

15  60 
3,474  30 



3,475  50 

79 

14  40 

11,657 

3,489  90 

34,017 

898 
29 
15 

11,905  95 
314  30 
10  15 

5  25 

53  331 

12,444  32 

87,348 
898 
29 
15 
1,484 
2,225 
750 
1,079 
1.866 

24,350  27 
314  30 
10  15 
5  25 
519  40 
778  75 
262  50 
377  65 
653  10 

1.484;          519  40l 

2,225          778  75 
750          262  50 
1,079          377  65 
1,866  ;         653  10 
1,760          616  00 
15, 730 1       5,505  50 

1,760             616  00 
15,730           5,505  50 

59,8531      20,948  55!  

53,331 

12,444  32   

113,184         33,392  87 

652!         163  00 
12             3  00 
1,521          380  25 
719          179  75 
114           28  50 
2             0  50 
4,280        1.070  00 

i  Pin 

25  00 

802 
12 
1,521 
719 
114 
2 

4,280 

188  00 
3  00 
380  25 
179  75 
28  50 
0  50 
1,070  00 

7,300        1,825  00 

25  00 

7,450           1,850  00 

432 
22,392 

43  20 
2,239  20 

±,ot)U 

124  00 

2.202               167  20 

22,392 

2,239  20 



22,824 

2,282  40 

1,860 

124  00 

24,684 

2,406  40 

94 
260 
934 
20,243 

23  50 
65  00 
233  50 
5,060  75 

2,070 

344  99 

2,164 
260 
934 
20,243 

368  49 
65  00 
233  50 
5,060  75 

21,531 

5,382  75 

2,070 

344  99 

23,601 

5,727  74 

• 

513 
49 
1,237 
1,840 
310 
5 

2,804 

179  55 
17  15 
432  95 
644  00 
108  50 
1  75 
981  40 

81 

18  90 

594 
49 
1,237 
1,840 
310 
5 

2,804 

198  45 
17  15 
432  951 
644  001 
108  50 
1  75 
981  40 

6,758 

2,365  30 

81 

18  90 

6,839 

2,384  20 

156 


CUSTOMS  DEPARTMENT  H 

1-2  EDWARD  VII.,  A.  1902 

No.  1. — General  Statement 


Total  Imports. 


Articles  Imported. 


DUTIABLE  GOODS — Con. 

Metal,  N.E.S.,  and  manufactures  of — 
Buckles  of  iron,  steel,  brass  or  copper, 
of  all  kinds,  N.O.P.  (not  being  jewel- 
lery)  


Countries. 


Quantity. 


Value. 


Cages,  bird,   parrot,  squirrel  and  rat, 
of  wire  and  metal  parts  thereof  


Composition  metal  for  the  manufacture 
of  jewellery  and  filled  gold  watch 

cases   


Frames,  clasp  *  and  fasteners  for  purses 
and  chatelaine  bags  or  reticules,  not 
more  than  seven  inches  in  width,  im- 
ported by  the  manufacturers  of  purses 
and  chatelaine  bags  or  reticules  for 
use  in  their  factories  


Furniture  springs. 


Great  Britain .  . . 
Austria-Hungary 

France   

Germany  

United  States. . . . 


Total. 


Great  Britain. 

France   

Germany  

United  States. 


Total . 


France   

United  States. 


Total. 


Great  Britain. 

Germany  

United  States . 


Total. 


Great  Britain. 

France  

United  States . 


Total. 


Phosphor  tin  and  phosphor  bronze  in 

blocks,  bars,  plates,  sheets  and  wire.  Germany. 


Garden  or  lawn  sprinklers. 


Gas,  coal  or  other  oil  and  electric  light 
fixtures  or  parts  thereof  of  metal,  in- 
cluding lava  or  other  tips,  burners, 
collars,  galleries,  shades  and  shade 
holders  


United  States . 


Total. 


Great  Britain. 
United  States . 


Total. 


Great  Britain  

Austria-Hungary. 

France   

Germany  

United  States .... 


Total 


8,324 
653 
4,058 
5,145 
20,321 

38,501 


14 
4 

13 
3,529 

3,560 


14 
2,441 

2,455 


98 
13 
5,494 

5,605 


221 
37 
2,979 

3,237 


9,749 
5,524 

15,273 


24 
1,284 

1,308 


3,193 
394 
471 

1,103 
129,105 

134,266 


ii 

SESSIONAL  PAPER  No.  11 

of  Imports — Continued. 


TRADE  AND  NAVIGATION 


157 


Entered  for  Home  Consumption. 

General  Tariff. 

Preferential  Tariff. 

Total. 

Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty 
Collected. 

$ 

3,297 
653 
4,003 
5,145 
20,321 

$  cts. 

989  10 
195  90 
1,200  90 
1,543  50 
6,096  30 

• 

■5 

5,027 

O  Ctb. 

1,005  40 

S 

8,324 
65a 
4,003 
5,145 
20,321 

9  eta. 

1,994  50 
195  90 
1,200  90 
1,543  50 
6,096  30 

33,419 



10,025  70 

5,027 

1,005  40 

38,446 

11,031  10 

14 

3  27 

14 
4 
13 
3,529 

3  27 
1  40 

4  55 
1,235  15 

4 

13 
3,529 

I  40 

4  55 
1,235  15 



3,546 

1,241  10 

14 

3  27 

3,560|          1,244  37 

14 

2,441 

1  40 
244  10 

14 

2,441 

1  40 
244  10 

2,455 

245  50 

2,455 

245  50 

98 
13 
5,494 

19  66 

2  60 
1,098  80 



98 
13 
5,494 

19  60 
2  60 
1,098  80 

5,605 

1,121  00 

5,605 

1,121  00 

8 
37 
2,979 

2  40 
11  10 
893  70 

213 

42  60 

■221                  4r>  Oft 

37 
2,979 

11  10 

893  70 

3,024 

907  20 



213 

42  60 

3,237 

949  80 

9,749 
5,524 

974  90 

552  40 

1,527  30 

9,749 
5,524 

974  90 
552  40 

15,273 

15,273 

1,527  30 



24 

4  80 

24 
1,284 

4  80 

385  20 

1,284 



385  20 









1,284 

385  20 

24 

4  80 

1,308 

390  00 

435 
394 
547 
987 
130.667 

130  50 
118  20 
164  10 
296  10 
39.200  10 

2,299 

459  80 

2,734 
394 
547 
987 
130,667 

590  30 
118  20 
164  10 
296  10 
39,200  10 

133,030      39,909  00 

2,299 

459  80 

135,329 

40,368  80 

158 


CUSTOMS  DEPARTMENT  H 

1-2  EDWARD  VII.,  A.  1902 

No.  1. — General  Statement 


Total  Imports. 


Articles  Imported. 


Countries. 


DUTIABLE  GOODS— Con. 

Metal,  N.E.S.,  and  manufactures  of- 
Gas  meters  


German  Nevada    and    nickel  silver, 
manufactures  of,  N.E.S  


Lamp  springs . 


Lamps,    side-lights    and  head-lights, 
lanterns  and  chandeliers  


Great  Britain. 
United  States . 

Total 


Great  Britain. 

France   

Germany.. 
United  States . 


Total. 


United  States . 


Great  Britain .... 
B.  W.  Indies  .... 
Newfoundland . . . 
Austria-Hungary 

Belgium  

China  

France  

Germany  

Holland  

Italy  

Japan   

United  States. . . . 


Nickel-plated  war6,  N.E.S 


Nickel  anodes. 


Patterns  of  brass,  iron,  steel  or  other 
metals  


Total. 


Great  Britain  

Austria-Hungary 

France  ; : : . : 

Germany  

Japan  

United  States. . . 


Total. 


United  States. 


Great  Britain. 
United  States. 

Total.... 


Quantity. 


No. 


558 
927 

1,485 


Value. 


5,838 
6,473 

12,311 


6,391 
42 
26 
18,982 

25,441 


1,805 


4,078 
3 
72 
2,935 
13 
70 
5,855 
7,723 
882 
23 
3 

233,185 
254,842 


2,920 
15 
381 
624 
163 
30,717 

34,820 


11,965 


1,127 
181 

1,308 


ii 

SESSIONAL  PAPER  No.  11 

of  Imports — Continued. 


TRADE  AND  NAVIGATION 


159 


Entered  fob  Home  Consumption. 


General  Tariff. 

Preferential  Tariff. 

Total. 

Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty 
Collected. 

a 

6,473 

$  cts. 
2,265  55 

No. 

DOO 

S 

0,000 

S  cts. 

1  QCO  Ol 

No. 

OOO 

927 

1 

0,00(5 

6,473 

$  cts. 

1,362  21 
2,265  55 
 *  

6,473 

2,265  55 

558 

5,838 

1,362  21 

1,485 

12,311 

75 
42 
26 

18,982 

18  75 
10  50 
6  50 
4,745  50 

6  316 

1  052  71 

6,391 
42 
26 
18,982 

1,071  46 
10  50 
6  50 
4,745  50 

19,125;       4,781  25 

6,316 

1  052  71 

25,441 

5,833  96 

1,842 

184  20 

1,842 

1©4  JU 

677 
3 
72 
2,935 
13 
70 
5,915 
7,716 
882 
23 
3 

232,056 

203  10 
0  90 
21  60 
880  50 
3  90 
21  00 
1,774  50 
2,314  80 
264  60 
6  90 

3,099 

619  80 

3,776 
3 
72 
2,935 
13 
70 
5,915 
7,716 
882 
23 
3 

232,056 

822  90 
0  90 
21  60 
880  50 
3  90 
21  00 
1,774  50 
2,314  8C 
264  60 
6  9C 
0  90 
69,616  80 

*»*•  •  •  •  • 



 ■  

0  90 
69,616  80 

250,365 

75,109  50 

3,099 

619  80 

253,464 

75,729  30 

471 
15 
381 
446 
163 
30,584 

141  30 
4  50 
114  30 
133  80 
48  90 
9,175  W 

2,449 

489  80 

S 

2,920 
15 
381 
446 
163 
30,584 

631  10 
4  50 

111  OA 

133  80 
48  90 
9,175  20 

32,060 

9,618  00 

2,449 

489  80 

34,509 

10,107  80 

11,965 

1,196  50 

11,965 

1,196  50 

1,127 
181 

338  20 
54  30 

1,127 

181 

338  20 

ki  "in 



— **| 

1,308 

392  50 

1,308|             392  50 

160 


CUSTOMS  DEPARTMENT 


ii 


1-2  EDWARD  VII.,  A.  1902 

No.  1. — General  Statement 


Articles  Imported. 


Countries. 


Total  Imports. 


Quantity. 


Value. 


Quantity. 


dutiable  goods — Oon. 

Metal,  N.E.S.,  and  manufactures  of- 
Pins,  N.O.P  


Great  Britain .... 
Austria-Hungary 

Belgium  

France  

Germany  

Japan   

United  States. . . . 


Total. 


Screws,  brass  or  other  metal,  except 
iron  or  steel,  N.O.P  

Stereotypes,  electrotypes  and  cellu- 
loids for  almanacs,  calendars,  illus 
trated  pamphlets,  newspaper  adver 
tisements  or  engravings  and  all 
other  like  work  for  commercial  trade 
or  other  purposes,  N.E.S.,  and 
matrices  or  copper  shells  for  the  same 


Stereotypes,  electrotypes,  and  cellu 
loids  of  newspaper  columns,  and 
bases  for  the  same,  composed  wholly 
or  partly  of  metal  or  celluloid  

Matrices  or  copper  shells  for  the  same . , 

Type  for  printing,  including  chases 
quoins  and  slugs  of  all  kinds  

V 

Type  metal  

Pewter,  platina  and  metal  composition, 
N.E.S  

ii  Wire  of  all  kinds,  except  iron  or  steel 
N.O.P  


Great  Britain. 
United  States. 


Total. 


Great  Britain . 

France  

Germany. . .  . 
United  States. 


Total. 


United  States 


United  States 


Great  Britain. 

France   

Germany  

United  States 

Total  .... 


Great  Britain. 
United  States 

Total  .... 


Great  Britain . 

France   

Germany  

United  States 


Total 


Great  Britain . 

Germany  

United  States 

Total  .... 


Sq.  in. 

14,498 
16 
120 
215,159 


229,793 


278,113 


1,737 


Lbs. 


20 
4,598 

4,706 


24,051 
473 
30 
2,572 
8,931 
5 

21,852 


57,614 


461 
4,84 


5,308 


1,318 
1 

6 

6,829 


8,154 


Sq.  in. 

1,165 
16 
120 
215,159 

216,460 


1,308 


278,113 


4:. 


1,737 


29,759 
2 
136 
46,993 


76,890 


1,662 
5,810 


7,472 


220 
25 
13 

624 


882 


Lbs. 


24 
10 
8,420 

8,454 


20 
4,598 

4,618 


ii  TRADE  AND  NAVIGATION 

SESSIONAL  PAPER  No.  11 

of  Imports — Continued. 


161 


Entered  for  Home  Consumption. 


General  Tariff. 

Preferential  Tariff. 

Total. 

"Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty 
Collected. 

( 

3,419 
473 
30 
2,627 
8,931 
5 

21,830 

$  cts. 

1,025  70 
141  90 
9  00 
788  10 
2,679  30 
1  50 
6,549  00 

S 

20,589 

$  cts. 
4,117  80 

8 

24,008 
473 
30 
2,627 
8,931 
5 

21.830 

-S  cts. 

5,143  50 
141  90 
9  00 
788  10 
2,679  30 
1  50 
6.549  00 

37,315 

11,194  50 

20,589 

4,117  80 

57,904          15,312  30 

445 
4,847 

155  75 
1,696  45 

16 

3  74 

461 
4,847 

159  49 
1,696  45 

5,292 

1,852  20 

16 

3  74 

5.308 

1.855  94 

58 
1 
6 

6,829 

17  47 

0  24 

1  80 
3,227  68 

q.  in. 
13,333 

1,260 

133  34 

Sq.  in. 

14,498 
16 
120 
215,159 

1,318 
1 
6 

6,829 

150  81 

0  24 

1  80 
3,227  68 

6,894 

3,247  lit 

13,333 

1,260 

133  34 

229.793 

8,154 

5,380  53 

1,308 

695  31 

278,113 

1,308 

695  31 

45           26  05 

1,737 

45 

26  05 

592          118  40 
2             0  40 
136           27  20 
46,993;       9,398  60 

29,167 

3,888  99 

29,759 
2 
136 
46,993 

4,007  39 
0  40 
27  20 

9,398  60 

47,723 

9,544  60 

29,167 

3,888  99 

76,890 

13,433  59 

1,662 

110  80 

1,662 
5,810 

110  80 

5,810|         581  00 

581  00 

5,810          581  00 

1,662 

110  80 

7,472 

691  80 

220 

44  00 

220 
25 
13 

624 

44  00 

7  50 
3  90 
187  20 

25             7  50 
13|            3  90 
(VJ4           187  20 

662 

198  60 

220 

44  00 

882 

242  60 

io           2  00 
8,420,        1,684  00 

Lbs. 

88 

24 

3  20 

Lbs. 

88 
20 
4,598 

24 
10 
8,420 

3  20 
2  00 
1,684  00 

8,430        1,686  00 

88 

24 

3  20 



4,706 

8,454 

1,689  20 

11 — ii— 11 


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CUSTOMS  DEPARTMENT  a 

1-2  EDWARD  VII.,  A.  1902 

No.  1. — General  Statement 


Articles  Imported. 


Countries. 


Total,  Imports. 


Quantity. 


Value. 


DUTIABLE  GOODS—  Con. 

Metal,  N.E.S.,  and  manufactures  of— 
Wire,   twisted,   &c,    except  iron 
steel,  N.E.S  


United  States 


Milk,  condensed   . , 


Great  Britain . 
Switzerland. . . 
United  States 

Total  .... 


Mineral  substances,  N.O.P. — 

Asbestusin  any  form  other  than  crude, 
and  all  manufactures  of  


Great  Britain . 

Germany  

United  States 

Total  .... 


Blacklead. 


Great  Britain . 

Germany  

United  States 


Total 


Mineral   and    bituminous  substances, 
N.O.P  


Great  Britain. 
B.  W.  Indies  . 

Belgium  

France  

Germany.,  

United  States. 


Total. 


Plumbago,  not  ground    or  otherwise 
manufactured.  


Plumbago,  ground,  and  manufactnres 
of,  N.E.S  


Germany  

United  States. 


Total. 


Great  Britain . 
United  State?. 


Total. 


Mineral  and  aerated  waters,  N.E.S 


Great  Britain .... 
Austria-Hungary. 

Belgium  

China  

France. .  . .   

Germany  

Holland  

Japan  

Spain  

United  States. . . . 


Total. 


Lbs. 


21,124 
7,800 
1,089,693 


1,118,617 


1,516 
507 
97,411 


99,434 


1,908 
841 
47,539 


50,288 


8,033 
17J96 


25,829 


3,265 
391 
170 
381 

1,258 
14,577 


20,042 


1,037 
1,320 


2,357 


1,826 
9,309 


11,135 


13,098 
6,848 
2,052 
146 
18,162 
1!',751 
10 
1,531 


12,673 
74,271 


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on  Imports — Continued. 


163 


Entered  for  Home  Consumption. 


General  Tariff. 


Value. 


Duty. 


|  cts 
1  75 


452  33 
387  10 
33,372  53 


34,211  96 


216  25 
210  25 
12,020  00 


12,446  50 


Preferential  Tariff. 


Total. 


Quantity . 


Lbs. 


Value. 


68,621 


68,621 


18  50 

9  75' . 
4,551  75 


4,580  00 


650 

130  00 

391 

78  20 

170 

34  OOi 

381 

76  20 

1,273 

254  60j 

14,081 

2,816  20 

16,946 

8,389  20 

103  70 
132  00 


235  70 


111  75 

2,297  50 


2,409  25 


952  60 
1,061  40 
410  40 


Duty.      \  Quantity. 


cts.  Lbs. 


4,486 


1,486  76 


82.539 
11,908 
1,026,841 


4,486       1,486  76  1,121,288 


1,043  173  86 


l,043i         173  86 


7,326 


1,221  21 


7,326       1,221  21 


6,503 


867  08 


6,503i 


867  081 


1,379 


1,379 


22:  i  St) 


22'J  s»; 


8,418 


1,122  45 


Value. 


5,609 
774 
91,809 


98,192 


1,908 
841 
48,080 


50,829 


7,400 
39 
18,207 


25,646 


7,153 
391 
170 
381 

1,273 
14,081 


Duty 
Collected . 


8  cts 
1  75 


1.939  09 
387  10 
33,372  53 


35,698  72 


390  11 
210  25 
12,020  00 

12,620  36 


1,239  71  4 

9  75 
4,551  75 


5,801  21 


997  08  5 

78  20 

34  00 

76  20 
254  601 
2,816  20 


23, 449  i 


4,256  28 


1,037 
1.320 


103  70  6 
132  00 


2,357 


235  70 


1,826 
9,190 


341  61  7 

2,297  50 


11,016 


2,639  11 


13,181 
5,307 
2,052 


2,075  05  8 
1,061  40 
410  4o 


3,504  60 
3,899  80 
2  001 
184  00 
30  00 
2,426  00 

12,470  80 


ll_ii_Hl 


8,418        1,122  45 


17,523 
19,499 
10 
920 
150 
12,130 

 i. 

70,772! 


3,504  60 
3,899  80 
2  00 
184  00 
30  00 
2,426  00 

13,593  25 


164 


CUSTOMS  DEPARTMENT 


11 


1-2  EDWARD  VII.,  A.  1902 

No.  1. — General  Statement 


Articles  Imported. 


Countries. 


DUTIABLE  GOODS — Con. 

Mosaic  flooring  of  any  material 

Mucilage  

Musical  instruments,  viz — 
Brass  band  instruments  . . 


Cabinet  organs . 


Parts  of  organ . 


Pipe  organs. 


Pianofortes. 


Pianos,  parts  of. 


Great  Britain. 
United  States. 


Great  Britain . 

France  

United  States. 


Total. 


Total . 


Great  Britain. 

France  

Germany.  . . 

J  apan  

United  States. 

Total  .... 


Great  Britain. 
Germany .  . . 
Japan ........ 

United  States. 


Total. 


Great  Britain . . 

France  

Germany  

United  States. 


Total. 


Great  Britain. 
United  States. 

Total  


Great  Britain . 

Germany  

United  States. 


Total. 


Great  Britain . 

France  

Germany .... 
United  States. 


Total  Imports. 


Quantity. 


Value. 


No. 


1 

2 
17 
203 


223 


No. 


15 


14 
10 

553 


577 


1,107 
2,416 


3,523 


147 
G2 
11,943 


12,152 


4,645 
8,929 
4,917 
39 
7,634 


26,164 


243 
136 
215 
13,093 


13,687 


170 
587 
401 
17,729 


18,887 


158 
1,953 


2,111 


2,165 
1,745 
97,275 


101,185 


333 
8,052 
2,336 
133,473 


Total 


144,194 


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of  Imports — Continued. 


165 


Entered  for  Home  Consumption*. 


General  Tariff. 

Preferential  Tar.ff. 

Total. 

Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity . 

Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty 
Collected. 

s. 

$  cts. 

f 

322 



$  cts. 
64  40 

• 

322 
2,342 

$  cts. 

64  40 

702  60 

2,342 

702  60 



2,342 

702  60 

322 

64  40 

2,664|             767  00 

15 
62 
11,943 

3  75 
15  50 
2,985  75 

132 

22  03 

147 

62 
11,943 

25  78 
15  50 
2,985  75 



12,020 

3,005  00 

132 

22  03 

12,152 

3,027  03 

1,202 
8,404 
4,754 
39 
7,634 

300  50 
2,101  00 
1,188  50 
9  75 
1,908  50 

3,176 

529  38 

4,378 
8,404 
4,754 
39 
7,634 

2101  oo 

1,188  50 
9  75 
1,908  50 

22,033 

5,508  25 



3,176 

529  38 

25,209 

6,037  63 

136 
215 
13,418 

40  80 
64  50 
4,025  40 

No. 

1 

243 

48  50 

No. 

1 

2 
17 
203 

243 
136 
215 
13,418 

48  60 

46  n 

64  50 

4,025  40 

13,769 

4,130  70 

1 

243 

48  60 

223 



14,012 

4,179  30 

13 
587 
401 
17,729 

3  25 
146  75 
100  25 

157 

26  17 

170 

■>7 
401 
17,729 

29  42 
146  75 
100  25 
4,432  25 

4,432  25 

18,730 

4,682  50 

157 

26  17 

18,887 

4,708  67 

158 
1,953 

47  40 

585  90 

No. 

No. 

3 
12 

158 
1,953 

47  40 

585  90 

2,111 

633  30 

 ! 

15 

2,111 

633  30 

625 
542 
96,924 

187  50 
162  60; 
29,077  20 

10 

1,540 

308  00 

14 

3 
552 

2,165 
542 
96,924 

495  50 
162  60 
29,077  20 

98,091 

29,427  30 

10 

1,540 

308  00 

569 

99,631 

29,735  30 

149 

8,052 
2,336 
134,973 

37  25 
2,013  00 
584  00 

184 

30  67 

3331 
8,052 
2,336 
134,973 

67  92 
2,013  00 
584  00 
33,743  25 

33,743  25 

145,510 

36,377  50|   i 

184 

30  67!  

145,694 

36,408  17 

8 


166 


CUSTOMS  DEPARTMENT  a 

1-2  EDWARD  VII.,  A.  1902 

No.  1.— General  Statement 


Total  Imports. 


Articles  Imported. 


DUTIABLE  GOODS — Con. 

Musical  instruments — Con. 
Other  musical  instruments,  N.E.S. 


Mustard  cake  

ground  

French  liquid  , 

Oils:— 
Mineral : — 
Coal  and  kerosene,  distilled,  puri 
fied  or  refined,  naphtha  and  petro 
leum,  N.E.S  , 


n  Products  of  petroleum,  N.E.S. ... , 

n  Crude  petroleum,  fuel  and  gas  oils 
(other  than  naphtha,  benzine  or 
gasoline)  when  imported  by  manu 
facturers  (other  than  oil  refiners) 
for  use  in  their  own  factories,  for 
fuel  purposes  or  for  the  manufacture 
of  gas  t  

ii  Illuminating  oils,  composed  wholly  or 
in  part  of  the  products  of  petroleum, 
coal  shale,  or  lignite,  costing  more 
than  30c.  per  gallon  

Animal — 
Lard  oil   


Countries. 


Great  Britain .... 

Hong  Kong  

Austria-Hungary . 

China  

France  

Germany  

Italy  

Switzerland  

United  States  


Total. 


Great  Britain. 


Great  Britain . 

France  

United  States. 


Total 


Great  Britain . 

France.  

United  States. 

Total  ... 


Great  Britain . 
United  States. 

Total  .... 


Great  Britain . 
United  States. 


Total 


United  States . 


Great  Britain . 
United  States. 


Total 


United  States. 


Quantity. 


Lbs. 
2,340 


304,596 
2,140 
245,937 


552,673 


Galls. 

12 
660 
34,133 


34,805 


1,774 
9,975,148 


9,976,922 


1,846 
326,045 


327,891 


362,942 


1,464 
9,751 


11,215 


30,282 


Value. 


2,229 
2 

543 
4 

3,642 
65,535 
93 
503 
36,352 


108,903 


52 


68,194 
200 
13,978 


82,372 


14 

353 
6,375 


6,742 


344 
810,436 


810,780 


1,221 
33,197 


34,418 


27,498 


477 
3,638 


4,115 


13,411 


ii 

SESSIONAL  PAPER  No.  11 

of  Imports — Continued. 


TRADE  AND  NAVIGATION 


167 


Entered  for  Home  Consumption. 


General  Tariff. 

Preferential  Tariff. 

Total. 

Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity. 

|  Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty 
Collected. 

I  cts. 

600  00 

0  60 
346  20 

1  20 
955  50 

19,310  40 
27  90 
150  90 
10,669  80 

1,542 
2 

1,154 
4 

3,185 
64,3(38 
93 
503 
35.566 

$  cts. 

462  60 

0  60 
346  20 

1  20 
955  50 

19,310  40 
27  90 
150  90 
10,669  80 

$ 

687 

i  cts. 

137  40 

S 

2,229 
2 

1,154 
4 

3,185 
64,368 
93 
503 
35,566 



106,417 

31,925  10 

687 

137  40 

107,104 

32,062  50 

52 

7  80 

Lbs. 

Lbs. 
2,340 

52 

7  80 

• 

288 
232 
13,936 

72  00 
58  00 
3,484  00 

325,037 

73,109 

12,184  95 

326,382 
2,165 
246J39 

73,397 
232 
13,936 

12,256  95 
58  00 
3,484  00 

14,456 

3,614  00 

325,037 

73,109 

12,184  95 

575,286 

87,565 

15,798  95 

14 
394 
6,344 

4  90 
137  90 
2,220  40 

Galls. 

Galls. 

12 
597 
35  144 

14 
394 
6,344 

4  90 
137  90 
2,220  40 

6,752 

2,363  20 

35,753 

6,752 

2,363  20 

365 
780,572 

93  (So 
461,515  25 



1,862 
9,230,303 

863 
780,572 

93  00 
461,515  25 

780,937 

461,608  25 



9,232,165 

780,937 

461,608  25 

33,241 

16,316  77 

1,846 

1,221 

61  54 

1,846 
326,335 

1,221 
33,241 

61  54 
16,316  77 

33,241 

16,316  77 

1,846 

1,221 

61  54 

328,181 

34,462 

16,378  31 

27,498 

9,073  50 

362,942 

27,498 

9,073  50 

3,137 

784  25 

2,828 



1,076 

179  35 

2,828 
8,863 

1,076 
3,137 

179  35 
784  25 

3,137 

784  25 

2,828 

1,076 

179  35 

11,691 

4,213 

963  60 

14,729 

3,682  25 

32,781 

14,729 

3,682  25 

168  CUSTOMS  DEPARTMENT  ii 

1-2  EDWARD  VII.,  A.  1902 

No.  1. — General  Statement 


Total  Imports. 

Articles  Imported. 

Countries. 

Quantity. 

Value. 



Quantity. 

DUTIABLE  GOODS — Coil. 

Galls. 

$ 

Galls. 

Oils,  Con — 

Animal — 

Great  Britain  

38 

33 

38 

,11,862 

7,907 

11,862 

Total   

11,900 

7,340 

11,900 

H  Other  animal  oil,  N.E.S   

570 

158 

250 

135 

250 

United  States. .  .  . 

1,249 

658 

1,249 

Total  

2,069 

951 

1,499 

Vegetable— 

Great  Britain ........ 

40,446 

22,820 

3,486 

2,967 

1,472 

2,975 

Italy    

935 

545 

935 

2,236 

985 

1,925 

Total   

46,584 

25,828 

9,321 

United  States  

123,357 

38,305 

123,357 

United  States. 

712,292 

210,338 

708,567 

3,621 

1,151 
— •  

3,621 

Total  

715,913 

211,489 

712,188 

ii  Flaxseed  or  linseed,  raw  or  boiled  

Great  Britain  

756,864 

431,801 

21,955 

'536 

'307 

536 

United  States  

21,582 

8,940 

21,562 

Total  

778,982 

441,048 

44,053 

„  Olive,  N.E.S  

Great  Britain  

6,269 

7,541 

1,427 

82 

116 

82 

7,137 

9,155 

7,119 

905 

3,094 

1,492 

Italy 

1,489 

2,297 

1,642 

87 

82 

60 

St.  Pierre  

1 

2 

1 

United  States. 

9,268 

7,843 

9,245 

Total  . .   

25,238 

30,130 

21,068 

128 

81 

128 

China'  

4 

2 

4 

France  

48 

22 

48 

United  States  

440 

241 

440 

Total  

620 

346 

620 

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169 


Entered  for  Home  Consumption. 


General  Tariff. 

Preferential  Tariff. 

Total. 

Vilue 

Dntv 

Quantity. 

"Value. 

Dutv. 

Quantity.  ■ 

Value. 

Duty 
Collected. 

8 

33 
7,907 

|  cts. 

8  25 
1,976  75 

Galls. 

s 

8  cts. 

Galls. 

38 
11,862 

i 

33 
7,907 

•8  cts. 

8  25 
1,976  75 

7,940 

1,985  00 

11,900 

7,940 

1,985  00 

135 
658 

27  00 
131  60 

16 

2  13 

10 
250 
1,249 

16 
135 
658 

2  13 
27  00 
131  60 

793 

158  60 

10 

16 

2  13 

1,509 

809 

160  73 

1,730 
1,489 
545 
843 

346  00 
297  80 
109  00 
168  60 

40,955 



22,060 

2,941  45 

44,441 
2,975 
935 
1,925 

23,790 
1,489 
545 
843 

3,287  45 
297  80 
109  00 
168  60 

4,607 

921  40 

40,955 

22,060 

2.941  45 

50,276 

26,667 

3,862  85 

38,305 

7,661  00 

123,357 

3S,305 

7,661  00 

208,945 
1,151 

41,789  00 
230  20 



708,567 
3,621 

208,945 
1,151 

41,789  00 
230  20 

210,096 

42,019  20 

712,188 



210,096 

42,019  20 

11,749 
307 
8,925 

2,937  25 
76  75 
2,231  25 

713,945 

415,521 

69,253  91 

735,900 
536 
21,562 

427,270 
307 
8,925 

72,191  16 
76  75 
2,231  25 

20,981 

5,245  25 

713,945 

415,521 

69,253  91 

757,998;  436,502 

74,499  16 

1,537 
116 
7.824 
3,807 
2,428 
78 
2 

7,720 

307  40 
23  20 
1,564  80 
761  40 
485  60 
15  60 
40 

1,544  00 

5,464 

6,585 

878  12 

6,891 
82 
7,119 
1,492 
1,642 

8,122 
116 
7,824 
3,807 
2,428 
78 
2 

7.7:2u 



1,185  52 
23  20 
1,564  80 
761  40 
485  60 
15  60 
40 

1,544  CO 



60 
1 

9,245 

23,512 

4,702  40 

5,464 

6,585 

878  12 

26,532 

30,097 

5,580  52 

81 
2 
22 
241 

20  25 
50 
5  50 
60  25 

128 
4 
48 
440 

81 

2 
22 

20  25 
50 
5  50 
60  25 

346 

86  50 

620  346 

86  50 

170 


CUSTOMS  DEPARTMENT  h 

1-2  EDWARD  VII.,  A.  1902 

No.  1. — General  Statement 


Total  Imports. 


DUTIABLE  GOODS—  CW. 

Oils- 
Vegetable — 

Vegetable  oil,  N.E.S  


Articles  Imported. 


Lubricating  oils,  composed  wholly  or 
in  part  of  petroleum  and  costing  less 
than  25  cents  per  gallon  


All  other  lubricating  oils,  N.E.S. 


Essential. 


All  other  oils,  N.E.S 


Oiled  silk  and  cloth,  and  tape  or  other 
textile,  india-rubbered,  flocked  or  coated 


Countries. 


Great  Britain . 
B.  W.  Indies.. 
Hong  Kong. . . 

China  

France..*  

Germany  

United  States. 

Total  .... 


Great  Britain. 
United  States. 


Total 


Great  Britain . 

Belgium .   

Germany  

Holland   

United  States. 


Total 


Great  Britain. 

Australia  

B.  W.  Indies.. 
China  ..... 

Prance  

Germany  

Italy  

Switzerland. . . 

Turkey  

United  States. 

Total  .... 


Quantity. 


Galls. 


Great  Britain  

Hong  Kong  

China  

France  

Germany  

Japan  

Norway  and  Sweden 
United  States  


Total 


Great  Britain. 

France  

Germany  

United  States. 


Total 


3,241 
1 

1,205 
17,000 

4,293 
820 
10,940 


37,500 


1,145,507 


1,145,507 


25,131 
10 
5 
194 
213,898 


239,238 


1,056 
26 

'  1 

333 
373 
541 
28 
3 

20,175 


22,536 


27,303 
18 
2,628 
1,097 
1,253 
14 
250 
32,759 

65,322 


Value. 


Yds. 
66,607 
140 
260 
175,344 

242,351 


1,495 
1 

894 
10,630 
2,188 

491 
6,155 


21,854 


136,226 
136,226 


9,033 
31 
4 

306 
68,059 


77,433 


5,564 
108 


5 

5,255 
1,211 
4,680 
173 
28 
66,695 


83,719 


8,304 
13 
1,682 
750 
674 
8 
146 
11,999 


23.576 


26,527 
143 
153 

52,845 

79,668 


Quantity. 


Galls. 


269 
1 

1,205 
17,000 

4,302 
820 
11,080 


34,677 


134 
1,147,709 


1,147,843 


895 
10 

5 

194 
198,921 

200,025 


672 
2 
1 
2 
342 
373 
603 
28 
3 

20,227 


22,253 


887 


2,621 
1,097 
1,253 
14 
250 
32,116 

38,238 


Yds. 
2,385 
140 
260 
175,344 

178,129 


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Entered  for  Home  Cox 
General  Tariff.                          Preferential  Tariff. 

SUMPTION. 

Total. 

Value. 

Duty.       Quantity . 

Value.    1     Duty . 

Quantity.  Value. 

Duty 
Collected. 

s 

158 
1 

894 
10,630 
2,198 
491 

.6,345 

$  cts. 

31  60 
20 
178  80 
2,126  00 
439  60 
98  20 
1,269  00 

Galls. 
3,040 

$ 

1,390 

8  cts. 
185  35 

Galls. 

3,309 
1 

1,205 
17,000 

4,302 
820 
11,080 

8  cts. 

1,548 
1 

894 
10,630 
2,198 

491 
6,345 

$  cts. 

216  95 
0  20 
178  80 
2,126  00 
439  60 
98  20 
1,269  00 

20,717 

4,143  40 

3,040 

1,390 

185  35 

37,717 

22,107 

4,328  75 

14 

135,516 

6  70 
57,385  62 

134 
1,147,709 

14 

135,516 

6  70 

57,385  62 

57,392  32 

135,530 

57,392  32 

1,147,843 

135,530 

341 
31 
4 

306 
63,222 

85  25 
7  75 
1  00 

76  50 
15,805  56 

12,955 

4,529 

754  88 

13,850 
10 
5 
194 
198,921 

4,870 
31 
4 

306 
*  63,222 

840  13 
7  75 
1  00 
76  50 
15,805  56 

63,904!      15,^76  06 

12,955 

4,529 

754  88 

212,980 

68,433j        16,730  94 

3,632 
36 
54 
6 

5,390 
1,211 
4,766 
173 
28 
66,859 

363  20 
3  60 
5  40 
0  60 
539  00 
121  10 
476  60 
17  30 
2  80 
6,685  90 

394 
1 

1,962 
25 

130  80 
1  75 

1,066 
3 
1 
2 
342 
373 
603 
28 
3 

20,227 

5,594 
61 
54 
6 

5,390 
1,211 
4,766 
173 

28 
66,859 

494  00 
5  35 
5  40 
0  60 
539  00 
121  10 
476  60 
17  30 
2  80 
6,685  90 

82,155 

8,215  50 

395 

1,987 

132  55 

22,648 

84,142 

8,348  05 

574 

114  80 

26,595 

7,504 

1,000  60 

27,482 

8,078 

1,115  40 

1,674 
750 
674 

8 

146 
11,533 

334  80 
150  00 
134  80 
I  60 
29  20 
2,306  60 

2.621 
1,097 
1,253 
14 
250 
32,116 

1,674 
750 
674 
8 
146 
11,533 

334  80 
150  00 
134  80 
1  60 
29  20 
2,306  60 

15,359 

3,071  80 

26,595 

7,504 

1,000  60  64,833 

1 

22,863 

4,072  40 

997 
143 
153 
52,845 

299  10 
42  90 
45  90 
15,853  50 

Yds. 
64,812 

25,804 

5,160  80 

Yds. 
67,197 
140 
260 
175,344 

26,801 
143 
153 

52,845 

5,459  90 
42  90 
45  90 
15,853  50 

54,138 

16,241  40 

64,812 

25,804 

5.160  80  242,941 

79,942 

21,402  20 

172 


CUSTOMS  DEPARTMENT  a 

1-2  EDWARD  VII.,  A.  1902 

No.  1. — General  Statement 


Articles  Imported. 


Total  Imports. 


Countries. 


Quantity. 


Value. 


Quantity. 


DUTIABLE  GOODS —  Con. 

Oil  cloth,  enamelled  carriage,  floor,  shelf 
and  table  oil  cloth,  cork  matting  or  car- 
pets and  linoleum  


Optical,  philosophical,  photographic  and 
mathematical  instruments,  N.E.S. . 


Spectacles  and  eyeglasses . 


n      frames,  and  metal  parts  of. 


Packages   . 


Great  Britain. 

Germany  

United  States. 

Total  .... 


Great  Britain .... 
Austria-Hungary. 

France  

Germany  

J apan   .... 

Switzerland. ..... 

United  States  . . . 


Total. 


Great  Britain.   

Austria-Hungary. . . . 

France  

Germany  

Switzerland  

United  States  


Total. 


Great  Britain. 

France  

United  States. 

Total  


Great  Britain  

Australia  

B.  Guiana  

B.  K.  Indies  

B.  W.  Indies..  . 

B.  South  Africa  

Hong  Kong  

Newfoundland  

Austria- Hungary. . 

Belgium  

Cuba  , 

China  

Dutch  E.  Indies  . 
Danish  W.  Indies . 

Denmark  

France  

Fren.  Poss.  Africa 

Germany  

Greece  

Holland  

Italy  


Yds. 


859,737 
4,187 
84,181 


948,105 


Yds. 


317,667 
1,531 
24,839 


19,349 
4,187 
83,096 


344,037 


106,632 


15,074 
159 
13,129 
7,837 
22 
22 

122,779 


159,022 


546 
8 

2,417 
464 

28 
5,896 


9,359 


133 
964 
45,764 


46,861 


219 

2 
1 

4, 


128; 
28; 

589 
087 
148! 
251 
2571 

4 
223 
067 

6 
387 


82 


SO 
80 
251 


3. 
2. 
146. 


836 
683 
803 
666 


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Entered  for  Home  Consumption. 


General  Tariff. 


Preferential  Tariff. 


Total- 


Value. 


Duty.  Quantity. 


$   cts.i  Yds. 


5.470 
1,531 
24,446 


1,641  00 
459  30 
7,333  80 


832,233 


Value.         Duty.      '  Quantity. 


Value. 


309,441 


cts.  Yds. 


61,888  20 


851,582 
4,187 
83,096 


31,447        9,434  10      832,233      309,441      61,888  20 


3,418 
158 
13,302 
7,832 
22 
22 

122,430 


938,865 


854  50 
39  50 
3,325  50 
1,958  00 
5  50 
5  50 
30,607  46 


11,588 


1,93L  62 


314,911 
1,531 
24,446 


340,88S 


15,006 
15S 
13,302 
7,832 
22 
22 

122,430 


Duty 
Collected. 


•8  cts. 


63,529  20 
459  30 
7,333  80 

71,322  30 


2,786  12 
39  50, 
3,325  50, 
1,958  00 
5  50 
5  50 
30,607  46 


147,184      36,795  96 


11,588;       1,931  62 


158.772 


38,727  581 


543 

162  90 

30 

6  00 

573 
8 

168  90 
2  40 
728  10 
139  20 
8  40 
1,757  70 

2  40 



2,427 
4641 

728  10 

2,427 
464 

139  20 

28 

8  40! 



28 
5,859 

5,859 

1,757  70   

9.329        2,798  70   

30 

6  00 

9,359 

2,804  70 

22j , 

'     4  40|   

111 

14  81 

133 
964 
45,764 

19  21 
192  80 
9,152  80 

964  ' 

192  80|   

  ... 

45,764| 

9,152  80   

46,750 

9,350  00   

111 

14  81 

46,861 

9,364  81 

185,854 
105 
1,979 
100 
1,559 
25 
308 
4 
235 
1,411! 

9,031 
6 
4 1 
64 
90,286 
181 
3,136 
4,185 
135,926 
642 


37,170  80  . 
21  00 
395  80  . 
20  00  . 
311  80  . 
5  00 L 
61  60 

80; . 
47  00: . 
282  20,. 
1  40  . 
1,806  20: . 
1  20  . 
801. 
12  80 
18,057  20 
3  60 
627  20j. 
837  00;. 
27,185  20! . 
128  40 


22,199 


2,960  53 


2,895  386  00 

2,540  338  67 


208,053 
105 
1,979 
2,995 
4,099 
25 
308 
4 

235 
1,411 
7 

9,031 
6 
4 
64 
90,286 
18 
3,136 
4,185 
135,926 
642 


40,131 
21 
395 
406 
650 
5 
61 

47 

282 
1 

1,806 
1 

12 
18,057 
3 
627 
837 
27,185 
128 


174 


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No. 


ii 

1-2  edward  vii.,  a.  1902 
1. — General  Statement 


Articles  Imported. 


Countries. 


Total  Imports. 


Quantity. 


Value. 


DUTIABLE  GOODS — Con. 

Packages—  (  Continued)  


Japan  

Norway  

St.  Pierre. ... 
Spain  .    . . 

Sweden  

Switzerland. . . 

Turkey   

Portugal  

Russia  

United  States. 


Total. 


Paints  and  colours  : — 
Brocade  and  bronze  powders  and  liquid 
gold  paint  


Great  Britain. 

France  

Germany  

United  States. 


Total . 


Colours,  dry,  N.E.S. 


Colours  and  paints,  pulped  or  ground 
in  oil  or  other  liquids,  and  all  liquid, 
prepared  or  ready  mixed  paints, 
N.E.S  


Dry    white    and    red    lead,  orange 
mineral  and  zinc  white  


Total , 


Orchres,  ochrey  earths  and  raw  siennas. . . 


Great  Britain. 

Belgium  

France  

Germany  

Italy  

United  States. 

Total  


Great  Britain 

Belgium  

France   

Germany .... 
United  States 

Total. . . . 

Great  Britain 

Belgium  

France   

Germany  

Holland  

United  States 

Total  


Great  Britain. 

Belgium   

France  

Germany ....... 

United  States. 


Lbs. 
113,004 
862 
29,383 
122,219 
725,363 


990,831 


435,451 
25 
2,268 
4,934 
12 

1,696,535 


2,139,225 


3,132.287 
558,346 
55,458 
2,312,215 
4,249,242 


10,307,548 


239,802 
19,989 

265,158 
46,459 
607 

233,494 

805,509 


3,509 
40 
166 
24,691 
20 
129 
777 
3 
50 

194,813 


699,985 


1,676 


18,054 
12,950 


32,680 


11,013 
70 
606 
6,516 
41,014 


59,219 


33,865 
76 
306 
544 
5 

96,335 


131,131 


135,256 
25,780 
2,413 
99,139 

199,765 


462,353 


3,084 
144 

1,696 
348 
12 

2,565 

7,849 


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Entered  for  Home  Consumption. 


General  Tariff. 

Preferential  Tariff. 

Total. 

Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity.  Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

1  Dutv 
Collected. 

$ 

3,709 
40 
160 
23,463 
3 
151 
1,185 
136 
100 
184,933 

$  cts. 

741  80 
8  00 
32  00 
4,692  60 
60 
30  » 
237  00 
27  20 
20  00 
36,986  60 

1 

$  cts. 

1  

S 

3,709 
40 
160 
23,463 
3 

151 
1,185 
136 
100 
184,933 

S  cts. 

741  80 
8  00 
32  00 
4,692  60 
60 
30  20 
237  00 
27  20 
20  00 
36,986  60 



1   

648,765 

129,753  00 

27,634 

3,685  20 

676,399 

133,438  20 

110 
378 
16,7<>3 
13,782 

27  50 
94  50 
4,190  75 
3,445  50 

1,847 

307  86 

1,957 
378 
16,763 
13,782 

335  36 
94  50 
4,190  75 
3,445  50 

31,033 

7,758  25 

1,847 

307  86 

32,880 

8,066  11 

1,196 
70 
606 
6,516 
41,275 

239  20 
14  00 

121  20 
1,303  20 
8,255  00 

Lbs. 
95,709 

9,388 



1,251  82 

Lbs. 
111,149 
862 
29,383 
122,219 
731,213 

10,584 
70 
606 
6,516 
41,275 

1,491  02 
14  00 
121  20 
1,303  20 
8,255  00 

49,663 

9,932  60  95,709 

9,388 

1,251  82 

994,826 

59,051 

11  184  42 

427 
76 
589 
544 

5 

96,581 

106  75 
19  00 
146  75 
136  00 
1  50 
24,145  50 

446,659 

33,359 

5,560  04 

452,965 
25 
5,268 
4,921 
12 

1,703,097 

33,786 
76 
589 
544 

5 

96,581 

5,666  79 
19  00 
146  75 
136  00 
1  50 
24,145  50 



98,222 

24,555  50 

446,659 

33,359 

5,560  04 

2,166,288 

131,581 

30,115  54 

17.721 
25,780 
5,662 
97,216 
198,634 

886  05 
1,289  00 

283  10 
4,860  80 
9,931  50 

2,677,878 

116,355 

3,878  70 

3,067,080 
558,346 
85,473 
2,303,460 
4,227,242 

134,076 
25,780 
5,662 
97,216 

19S,634 

4,764  75 
1,289  00 
283  10 
4,860  80 
9,931  50 

345,013 

17,250  45 

2,677.878 

116,355 

3,878  70' 

10,241,601 

461,368 

21,129  15 

1.219          243  80 
144           28  80 

1,696          339  20 
348           69  60 
12             2  40 

2,565          513  00 

128,415 

1,866 

248  68 



239,802 
19,989 

265.158 
46,459 
607 

233,494 

3,084 
144 

1,696 
348 
12 

2,565 

492  48 
28  80 

339  20 
69  60 
2  40 

513  00 



5,984        1,196  80 

128,415 

1,865 

248  68 

805,5091 

7,849 

1,445  48 

176 


CUSTOMS  DEPARTMENT  ii 

1-2  EDWARD  VII.,  A.  1902 

No.  1. — General  Statement 


Articles  Imported. 


Countries. 


DUTIABLE  GOODS — Con. 


Paints  and  colours — 
Oxides,  fire  proofs,  umbers  and  burnt. 

siennas,  N.E.S    J  Great  Britain. 

France  

Germany  


Italy. 
United  States. 


Paints,  ground  or  mixed  in,  or  with,  Total 
either     japan,     varnish,  lacquers, 
liquid  dryers,  collodion,  oil  finish  or 
oil  varnish   


Paints  and  colours,  and  rough  stuff 
and  fillers,  anti -corrosive  and  anti- 
fouling  paints  commonly  used  for 
ships' hulls,  N.E.S  


Paris  green,  dry. 


Paints  and  colours  ground  in  spirits, 
and  all  spirit  varnishes  and  lacquers. . . 


Putty  

Paper,  and  manufactures  of,  not  other- 
wise specified  : — 
Albumenized   and  other   papers  and 
films  chemically  prepared  for  photo- 
graphers' use  


Bags  or  sacks,  printed  or  not. 


Great  Britain. 

Germany  

United  States. 

Total  


Great  Britain. 

Germany  

United  States. 


Total. 


Great  Britain. 
United  States. 

Tota1..  . 


Great  Britain . 

Germiny  

United  States. 


Total 


Great  Britain . . 
United  States. 


Total. 


Great  Britain.  . 
Austria-Hungary. 

France  

Germany  

United  States. . . . 


Total 


Great  Britain . 

France  

Germany  

United  States. 

Total  


Total  Imports. 


Quantity.  .  Value. 


Lbs. 


630.922 
1,050 
20,364 
24,976 

586,966 


1,270,278 


2,154 
2,100 
52,512 


66,766 


65,165 
112 
185,695 


250,972 


270,226 
53,357 


323,583 


Galls. 


54 

5 

398 


457 


Lbs. 
19,289 
219,707 


238,996 


9,931 
57 
473 
420 

8,043 


18,924 


393 
145 
3,422 


3,960 


5,871 
12 
9,866 


15,749 


24,168 
7,725 


31,893 


209 
31 
1,294 


1,534 


256 
3,288 


3,544 


5,469 
74 
87 
684 
106,095 


112,409 


373 
189 
625 
30,888 

32,075 


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Entered  for  Home  Consumption. 


General  Tariff. 

Preferential  Tariff. 

Total. 

Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty 
Collected. 

S 

385 
57 
473 
420 
8,043 

8  cts. 

96  25 
14  25 
118  25 
105  00 
2,010  75 

Lbs. 
613,277 

S 

10,040 



$  cts. 
1,673  47 

Lbs. 

653,202 
1,050 
20,364 
24,976 

586,966 

S 

10,425 
57 
473 
420 
8,043 

S  cts. 

1,769  72 
14  25 
118  25 
105  00 

2,010  75 

9,378 

2,344  50 

613.277 

10,040 

1,673  47 

1,286,558 

19,418 

4,017  97 

145 

3,386 

36  25 
846  50 

2,154 

393 

65  49 

2,154 
2,100 
52,209 

393 
145 
3,386 

65  49 
36  25 
846  50 

3,531 

882  75 

2,154 

393 

65  49 

56,463 

3,924 

948  24 

172 
12 
9,922 

43  00 
3  00 
2,480  50 

74,638 

5,092 





848  70 

76,293 
112 
186,267 

5,264 
12 
9,922 

891  70 
3  00 
2,480  50 

10,106 

2,526  cO 

74,638 

5,092 

848  70 

262.672 

15,198 

3,375  20 

8,342 

834  20 

270,226 



24,168        1,611  20 

270,226  24.168 
64,947|  8,342 

1,611  20 
834  20 

8,342 

834  20 

270,226 



24,168 

1,611  20 

335,173|  32,510 

2.445  40 

56 
17 
1,294 

4  50 
4  50 
448  35 

Galls. 

50 

153 

37  50 



Galls. 

54 
4 
398 

209 
17 
1,294 

42  00 
4  50 
448  35 

1,367|         457  35 

50 

153 

37  50 

456 

1,520 

494  85 

22 
3,288 

4  40 

657  60 

Lbs. 
17,739 

234 

31  20 

Lbs. 
19,289 
219,707 

256 
3,288 

35  60 
657  60 

3,310 

662  00 

17,739 

234 

31  20 

238,996            3,544             693  20 

1,865 

71 

559  50 
99.  <XS 

3,571 

714  20 

5,436           1,273  70 
74               22  20 
144               43  20 
684             205  20 
106,095         31.828  30 

mj.             iS  90 

68-1 
106,095 

205  20 
31,828  30 

:::::::::::: 



108,862 

32,658  40 

3.571           714  20 

112,433         33,372  60 

169 
110 
625 
30,888 

42  25 
27  50 
156  25 
7,722  00 

204 

34  02 

373              76  27 

110                      97  SO 

625 
30,888 

156  25 
7,722  00 

31,792 

7,948  00 

204 

34  02 

31,996 

7,982  02 



11 — ii — 12 


178  CUSTOMS  DEPARTMENT  ii 

1-2  EDWARD  VII.,  A.  1902 

No.  1. — General  Statement 


Articles  Imported. 


DUTIABLE  GOODS — Con. 

Paper  and  manufactures  of,  not  otherwif, 
specified — 
Cards  for  playing,  6  cts.  per  pack... 


Calendered,    including    writing  and 
note  paper,  ruled  


Great  Britain. . 

China  

Cuba  

Germany  

United  States. . , 

Total  


Card    board,    paste    board,  in  sheets 
or  cut  to  size,  N.E.S  


Envelopes. 


Countries. 


Great  Britain . , 

China  

France   

United  States. 


Total . 


Great  Britain. 

Belgium  

Germany  

United  States. 


Total. 


Great  Britain . . 
Hong  Kong. . . 

Belgium  

China  

France  

Germany  

United  States. 

Total  


Paper,  felt  or  straw  board,  tarred. 


not  tarred . 


Hangings  or  wall  paper. 


Great  Britain . 

Germany  

United  States. 

Total  


Creat  Britain. 
United  States. 

Total.  .. 


Great  Britain. 
Belgium  .... 

France  , 

Germany  

Japan  

United  States. 

Total.... 


Total  Imports. 


Quantity. 


Packs. 


48,073 
190 
1,728 
1,011 
321,683 


372.685 


M. 


5,131 
3 

2 

26 
79 
50 
20,199 


25,490 


Value. 


Rolls,  8  vds. 
49,241 
42 
3,013 
1,430 
348 
1,155,485 

1,209,559 


4,998 
6 
144 
75 
29,422 


34,645 


4,831 
14 
72 

4,468 


9,385 


2,637 
290 
2,517 
32.688 


38,132 


8,328 
1 
3 
29 
314 
46 
18,695 


27,416 


1,848 
353 
30,976 


33,177 


117 
641 


758 


8,271 
4 

1,417 
524 
732 
100,809 

111,757 


Rolls,  8  yds. 
3,938 
42 
3,357 
1,430 
318 
1,131,401 


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SESSIONAL  PAPER  No.  11 

of  Imports — Continued. 


TRADE  AND  NAVIGATION 


179 


Entered  for  Home  Consumption. 


General  Tariff. 

Preferential  Tariff. 

Total. 

Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity. 

V  aJue. 

Duty. 

Quantity,  j  Value. 

Duty 
Collected. 

s 

642 
6 
144 
75 
28,180 

i  cts. 

398  04 
11  40 

Packs. 
42,795 

s 

4,463 

S  cts. 
1,711  64 

Packs. 

49,429 
190 
1,728 
1.011 
307,787 

1 

5,105 
6 
144 
75 
28,180 

$  cts. 

2,109  68 
11  40 
103  68 
60  66 
18,467  22 

103  68 
60  66 
18,467  22 

29,047 

19,041  00 

42,795 

4,463 

1,711  64 

360,145 

33,510 

20,752  64 

91 
14 
72 
4,468 

31  85 
4  90 
25  20 
1,563  80 

4,766 

1,112  15 

4,857 
14 
72 

4,468 

1,144  00 
4  90 
25  20 
1,563  80 

4,645 

1,625  75 

4,766 

1,112  15 

9,411 

2,737  90 

227 
290 
2,492 
32,688 

79  45 
101  50 
872  20 
11,440  80 

2,410 

562  36 

2,637 
290 
2,492 
32,688 

641  81 
101  50 

872  20 
11,440  80 

35,697 

12,493  95 

2,410 

562  36 

38,107 

13,056  31 

174 
1 

3 
29 

60  90 
35 
1  05 
10  15 

If. 
5,137 

8,268 

1,929  34 

M.  ' 
5,230 
3 
2 
26 
79 
50 
20,196 

8,442 
1 
3 
29 
314 
46 
18,683 

1,990  24 
35 
1  05 
10  15 
109  90 
16  10 
6,539  05 

314,         109  90 
46           16  10 
18.683        6.539  05 

10,250 

6,737  50 

5,137 

8,268 

1,929  34 

25,586 

27,518 

8,666  84 

1,777 
353 
30,976 

444  25 
88  25 
7,744  00 

71 

11  97 

1,848 
353 
30.976 

456  22 

uc  or 
OO  ZD 

7,744  00 

33,106 

8,276  50 

71 

11  97 

33,177 

8,288  47 

15 
641 

3  75 
160  25 

102 

117 
641 

20  75 
160  25 

656 

164  00 

102 

17  00 

758 

181  00 

2,524 
4 

883  40 
1  40 

Rolls,  8  y. 
44,352 

4,902 

1,143  86 

Rolls,  8  yds. 
48,290 
42 
3,357 
1,430 
318 
1,131,401 

7,426 
4 

1,629 
524 
675 
99,869 

2,027  26 
1  40 
570  15 
183  40 
236  25 
34,954  15 

1.629i          570  15 

524 
675 

183  40 

236  25 

99,869;      34,954  15 

105,225'      36,828  75 

44,352  4,902 

1,143  86 

1,184,838 

110,127 

37,972  61 

11— ii— 12^ 


180 


CUSTOMS  DEPARTMENT  H 

1-2  EDWARD  VII.,  A.  1902 

No.  1. — General  Statement 


Total  Imports. 


Articles  Imported. 


Countries. 


DUTIABLE  GOODS — Con. 

Paper  and  manufactures  of — 
Boiders  and  bordering  


Leather  board,  leatheroid   and  man- 
ufactures of  


Mill  board,  not  straw  board . 


Union  collar  cloth   paper,  in  rolls  or 
sheets,  not  glossed  or  finished ... 

Union  collar   cloth   paper,  in  rolls  or 
sheets,  glossed  or  finished  


]'apeteries,  pads  not  printed,  papier 
mache  ware,  N.O.P.,  and  manufac 
tures  of  paper,  N.E.S  


Great  Britain . 
United  States. 


Total. 


Great  Britain. 
United  States. 

Total... 


Great  Britain . 

France  , 

United  States. 


Total . 


United  States. 


Great  Britain. 
United  States. 


Total 


Great  Britain  

B.  W.  Indies  

Hong  Kong  

Austria-Hungary. 

Belgium   

China  

France  

Germany  

Holland  

Japan   

St.  Pierre  

United  States  


Printing  paper. 


Ruled,  border  and  coated  and  boxed 
papers   


Total . 


Great  Britain. 

Belgium  

France  

Germany ..'..» 
United  States. 

Total.... 


Great  Britain. 

Belgium  

France  ....... 

Germany  .*.... 

United  States. 

Total.... 


Quantity. 


Rolls,  8  yds. 


1,065 
11,124 


12,139 


Lbs. 

1,715,930 
1,295 
1,710 
29,446 

5,727,916 


7,476,297 


Value. 


65 
2,082 


2,147 


144 

17,878 


18,022 


Quantity. 


Rolls,  8  yds. 


3,038 
890 
22,300 


26,228 


1,920 


7 

652 


659 


92,135 
...  23 
87 
715 
8,543 
813 
5,189 
32,506 
428 
3,866 
7 

302,450 


446,762 


98,199 
940 
237 
1,639 
252,580 


353,595 


5,739 
1,316 
8 
410 
9,956 

17,429 


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op  Imports — Continued. 


181 


Entered  for  Home  Consumption. 


General  Tariff. 

Preferential  Tariff. 

Total. 

Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty 
Collected. 

8 

2,082 

8  cts. 
728  70 

Rolls,  8  y. 
1,065 

$ 

65 

S  cts. 
15  17 

Rolls,  8  yds. 

1,065 
11,124 

S 

65 
2,082 

8  cts. 

15  17 

728  70 

2,082 

728  70 

1,065 

65 

15  17 

12,189 

2,147 

743  87 

144 

24  00 

144 
17,878 

24  00 
4,469  50 

17,878 

4,469  50 

17,878 

4,469  50 

144 

24  00 

18,022 

4,493  50 

271 
890 
22,300 

27  10 
89  00 
2,230  00 

2,767 

184  46 

3,038 
890 
22,300 

211  56 
89  00 
2,230  00 

23,461 

2,346  10 

2,767 

184  46 

26,228 

2,530  56 

1,920 

288  00 

1,920 

288  00 

7 

93 

7 

652 

93 
130  40 

652 

130  40 

652          130  40 

7 

93 

659 

131  33 

11,227 
23 
87 
817 
8,543 
813 
5,095 
32,962 
428 
3,668 
7 

300,452 

3,929  45 
8  05 
30  45 
285  95 
2,990  05 
284  55 
1,783  25 
11,536  70 
149  80 
1,283  80 
2  45 
105,158  18 

81,716 

19,067  52 

92,943 
23 
87 
817 
8  543 
'813 
5,095 
32,962 
428 
3.668 
7 

22,996  97 
8  05 
30  45 
285  95 
2,990  05 
'284  55 
1,783  25 
11,536  70 
149  80 
1,289  90 
2  45 



364,122 

127,442  68 

81,716 

19,067  52 

445,838 

146,510  20 

1,157 
940 
237 
575 
251,718 

289  25 
235  00 
59  25 
143  75 
62,929  50 

Lbs. 
1,805,451 

101,459 

16,910  01 

Lbs. 

1,823.936 
1,295 
1,710 
8,446 

5,699,171 

102,616 
940 
237 
575 

251,718 

17,199  26 
235  00 
59  25 
143  75 

62,929  50 

254,627 

63,656  75 

1,805,451 

101,459 

16,910  01 

7,534,558 

356,086 

80,566  76 

1,395 
1,316 
8 
410 
10,556 

488  25 
460  60 
2  80 
143  50 
3,694  60 

4,449 

1,038  16 

5,844 
1,316 
8 
410 
10,556 

1,526  41 
460  60 
2  80 
143  50 

3,694  60 

13,685 

4,789  75 

4,449 

1,038  16 

18,134 

5,827  91 

182 


CUSTOMS  DEPARTMENT 


1-2  EDWARD  VII.,  A.  1902 

No  1. — General  Statement 


Articles  Imported. 


Countries. 


Total  Imports. 


Quantity. 


Value. 


Quantity. 


dutiable  goods — Con. 


Paper  and  manufactures  of — 
1      Straw  board,  in  sheets  or  rolls. 


Wrapping 


All  kinds,  N.E.S. 


Paraffine  wax . 


Pencils,  lead,  in  wood  or  otherwise . 


Great  Britain . 

Germany  

United  States. 


Total. 


Great  Britain  

Austria-Hungary. . 

China  

France  

Germany .......  . 

United  States  


Total. 


Great  Britain .... 
Austria-Hungary. 

Belgium  

China  

France  

Germany  

Holland  

Japan  

Norway  and  Sweden 
United  States  


Total. 


Great  Britain. . 

France  

United  States. 

Total  


Great  Britain .... 
Austria-Hungary. 

France  

Germany  

United  States.  . . 


Lbs. 


19,000 
10,200 
512,111 


541,311 


20,258 
12,660 
1,599 
1,297 
135,188 
552,380 


723,382 


3,635 
122 
115,091 


118,848 


Pens,  penholders  and  rulers,  of  all  kinds. . 


Total. 


Great  Britain .... 
Hong  Kong.  .  .. 
Austria-Hungary. 

China  

France  

Germany  

United  States. . . . 


Lbs. 


394 
234 
9,696 


10,200 
512,111 


10,324 


522,311 


957 
1,145 
33 
106 
6,662 
16,852 


25,755 


3,602 
12,660 
1,599 
1,097 
136,088 
552,380 

707,426 


134,807 
299 
3,665 
52 
3,264 
15,591 
1,685 
1,745 
66 

333,747 


494,921 


472 
13 
9,154 


25 
122 
115,091 


9,639 


115,238 


13,370 
378 
511 
31,779 
59,127 


105,165 


20,555 
1 
77 
4 

1,486 
1,540 
55,503 


Total 


79,166 


ii  TRADE  AND  NAVIGATION 

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of  Imports — Continued, 


183 


Entered  for  Home  Consumption. 


General  Tariff. 

Prefential  Tariff. 

Total. 

Value. 

Duty. 

1    V  1 
a  ue. 

;  

Duty 

|  Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty 
Collected. 

$ 

8  cts. 

Lbs. 
19,000 

$ 

394 

$  cts 
65  67 

Lbs. 

19.00C 
10,20C 
512,111 

$ 

394 
234 
9,691 

S  cts 

65  6 
58  5( 
2,424  0i 

234 
9,096 

58  50 
2,424  00 

9,930,       2,482  50 

19,000 

394 



65  67 

541,311 

10,324 

957 
1,145 
33 
47 
0,706 
16,852 

2,548  1' 

173  0J 
286  21 
8  2c 
11  7c 
1,676  5C 
4,213  0C 

162           40  50 
1,145          286  25 
331            8  25 
47           11  75 
6,706        1,676  50 
16,852:       4,213  00 

16,656 

795 

132  53 

20,258 
12,660 
1,599 
1,097 
136,088 
552,380 

24.945       6,236  25 

16,656 

795 

132  53 

724,082 

25,740 

6,368  7$ 

13,704       3,426  00 
299           74  75 
3,665          916  25 
52           13  00 
3,830          957  50 
15,865       3,966  25 
1,685          421  25 
2,283          570  75 
66;          16  50 
334,275      83,568  75 

126,065 

21,011  70 

139,769 
299 
3,605 
52 
3,830 
15,865 
1,685 
2,283 
66 

334,275 

24,437  70 
74  75 
916  25 
13  00 
957  50 
3,966  25 
421  25 
570  75 
16  50 
83,568  75 

375,724      93,931  00 

126,065 

21,011  70 

501,789 

114,942  70 

7 
13 

2  10 

3  90 

3,610 

465 

93  00 

3,635 
122 
115,091 

472 
13 
9,154 

95  10 
3  90 
2,746  20 

9,154        2,746  20 

9,174        2,752  20 

  i 

3,610 

465 

93  00 

118,848 

9,639 

2,845  20 

10,132       2,533  00 
378!           94  50 
245           61  25 
31,656!       7,914  00 
58,982;      14,745  50 

3,062 

510  42 

13,194 
378 
245 
31,656 
58,982 

^3,043  42 
94  50 
61  25 
7,914  00 

14,745  50 

101,393      25,348  25 

3,062 

510  42 

104,455 

25,858  67 

922          230  50 
11            0  25 
77           19  25 
4             1  00 
1,486;         371  50 
1,664          416  00 
55,498;      13,874  38 

19,785 

3,297  80 

20,707 
1 

77 
4 

1,486 
1,664 
55,498 

3,528  30 

0  25 
19  25 

1  00 
371  50 
416  00 

13,874  38 

59,652      14,912  88 

19,785 

3,297  80 

79,437 

18,210  68 

181 


CUSTOMS  DEPARTMENT  ij 

1-2  EDWARD  VII.,  A.  1902 

No  1. — General  Statement 


Articles  Imported. 


Countries. 


Total  Imports. 


Quantity. 


Value. 


DUTIABLE  GOODS — Con. 

Perfumery,  non -alcoholic,  viz.— 
Hair  oil,  tooth  and  other  powders  and 
washes,  pomatums,  pastes,  and  all 
other  perfumer!  preparations N.O. P., 
used  for  the  hair,  mouth  or  skin. . . . 


Great  Britain. 
Hong  Kong. . . 

Belgium   

China  

France  


Germany 

Japan  

Turkey  

United  States. 

Total .... 


Photographic  dryplates 


Picture  and  photograph  frames  of  any 
material   


Great  Britain. 

Belgium  

France..  

Germany  

United  States. 

Total 


Great  Britain .... 

Hong  Kong  

Austria-  Hungary. 

Belgium  

France  

Germany  

Holland  

Italy  

Japan  

Portugal  

United  States. . . . 


Total. 


Pickles,  in  bottles,  jars  or  similar  vessels. 


Great  Britain, 
B.  E.  Indies. . 
Hong  Kong. . . 
China  ....... 

France  

Italy  

Japan  

Spain  

United  States, 

Total.... 


Sq.  ft. 

72,287 
500 
4,995 
108 
137,456 


215,340 


Galls. 


98,0fi3 
4,008 
170 
195 
2,92(5 
10 
16 
104 
43,967 


149,459 


9,651 
25 
17 
42 
11,343 
590 
48 
3 

34,111 


55,830 


11,069 
212 
1,446 
47 
30,790 


43,564 


10,459 
35 
865 
19 
1,813 
10,640 
16 
402 
51 
3 

38,562 


62,865 


93,772 
6,714 
30 
83 
2,965 
13 
12 
104 
36,341 


140,034 


ii 

SESSIONAL  PAPER  No.  11 

of  Imports — Continued. 


TRADE  AXD  XAVIGATIOy 


185 


Entered  for  Home  Consumption. 


General  Tariff. 

Preferential  Tariff. 

Total. 

Value.  Duty. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity.  Value. 

Duty 
Collected. 

f  ets. 

1,940  30 
7  50 
3  60 
12  60 

O,  OiJV   t  V 

162  00 
14  40 
0  90 
10,299  00 

805 

12 
42 
11,199 
540 
48 
3 

34,330 

S  cts. 
241  50 

1  OU 

3  60 
12  60 
3,359  70 
162  00 
14  40 
0  90 
10,299  00 

i 

8,494 

$  cts. 
1.698  80 

S 

9,299 
25 
12 
42 
11,199 
540 
48 
3 

34,330 

.......... 

47,004 

14,101  20 

8,494 

1,698  80 

55,498 

15,800  00 

2,649  50 
63  60 
401  40 
14  10 

4,357 

Ol  9 

1,338 
47 
30,790 

1,307  10 

Do  OU 

401  40 

1-1  1U 

9,237  00 

Sq.  ft. 
38,118 

6,712 

1,342  40 

Sq.  ft. 

72.287 
500 
2,736 
108 
137,456 

11,069 

919 

1,338 
30,790 

36,744 

11,023  20 

M  1 1  a 

6,712 

1,342  40 

213,087 

43,456 

19  till 

3,219 
35 
865 
19 

1,813 

1A  Qttl 

16 
402 
51 
3 

38,726 

965  70 
10  50 
259  50 
5  70 
543  90 

o,  1UO  oU 

4  80 

7,022 

1,404  36 

10.241 
35 
865 
19 
1,813 
10,361 
16 
402 
51 
3 

38,726 

2,370  06 
10  50 
259  50 
5  70 
543  90 
3,108  30 
4  80 
120  60 
15  30 
0  90 
11,617  90 

120  60 
15  30 
0  90 
11,617  90 

55,510 

16.653  10 

7,022'       1,404  36 

62,532 

18,057  46 

805 
182 
30 
83 
3,181 
13 
12 
104 
36,170 

281  75 
63  70 
10  50 
29  05 
1,113  35 
4  55 
4  20 
36  40 
12,659  50 

Galls. 

98,828 
1,991 

• 

96,282 
2,223 

• 

22,466  60 
518  95 

Galls. 

99,508 
2,053 
170 
195 
3,480 
10 
16 
104 
41,083 

97,087 
2,405 
30 
83 
3,181 
13 
12 
104 
36,170 

22,748  35 
582  65 
10  50 
29  05 
1,113  35 
4  55 
4  20 
36  40 
12,659  50 

40.580 

14,203  00 

100,819 

98,505 

22,985  55 

146,619 

139,085 

37,188  55 

186 


CUSTOMS  DEPARTMENT  ii 

1-2  EDWARD  VII.,  A.  1902 

Iu>.  1. — General  Statement 


Total  Imports. 


Articles  Imported. 


DUTIABLE  GOODS  —  Con. 

Pickles,  in  bulk  


Great  Britain . 
B.  E.  Indies.. 
B.  W.  Indies  . 

China  

France  

Italy  

Japan  

United  States. 


Plants  and  trees- 
Apple  trees. . . 


Cherry  trees . 


Currant  bushes 


Pruit,    shade,    lawn    and  ornamental 
trees,  shrubs  and  plants,  N.E.S  


Gooseberry  bushes 


Grape  vines. 


Peach  trees , 


Countries. 


Total. 


Great  Britain. 

France  

United  States. 


Total . 


France  

United  States. 


Total . 


Great  Britain . 
United  States. 


Total . 


Great  Britain.  .. 
B.  W.  Indies. . . 

Hong  Kong  

Austria-Hungary. 

Belgium  

China  

France  

Germany  

Holland  

Japan   

United  States. .  . 


Total . 


Great  Britain. 
United  States. 

Total..  . 


Great  Britain. 
United  States . 


Total 


United  States . 


Quantity. 


Galls. 


8,004 
2 

330 
24 
138 
4 

138 
31,172 


39,812 


No. 

86 
207 
29,753 


30,046 


4 

3,547 


3,551 


100 
2,140 


2,240 


2,000 
719 


2,719 


8,269 


8,276 
45,918 


Value. 


7,238 
9 
55 
12 
61 
1 
20 
10,921 


18,323 


27 
69 
2,876 


2,972 


3 
547 


550 


53 


1,539 
2 
3 
11 

2,192 
5 

1,369 
113! 
3,189! 
88 

19,445' 


27,956 


109 


11 

283 


294 


2,237 


45,918 


TRADE  AND  NAVIGATION  187 


SESSIONAL  PAPER  No.  11 

op  Imports — Continued. 


Entered  for  Home  Consumption. 

General  Tariff. 

Preferential  Tariff. 

Total. 

Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity . 

Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty 
Collected. 

S 

170 

9 

S  cts. 

59  50 
3  15 

Galls. 
8,094 

f 

7,367 

$  cts. 
1,719  09 

Galls. 

8,340 
2 

i 

7,537 
9 

$  cts. 

1,778  59 
3  15 

12 
61 
1 
26 
10,856 

4  20 
21  35 
0  35 
9  10 
3,799  60 

24 

-LOO 

4 

138 
32,735 

12 

Ol 

1 

26 
10,856 

4  20 

21  35 
0  35 

q  in 

v  iu 

3,799  60 

11,135 

3,897  25 

8,094 

7,367 

1,719  09 

41,381 

18,502 

5,616  34 

69 
2,876 

6  21 

892  59 

No. 

86 

27 

1  72 

No. 

86 
207 
29,753 

27 
69 
2,876 

1  72 
6  21 
892  59 

2,945 

898  80 

86 

27 

1  72 

30,046 

2,972 

900  52 

3 
547 

0  12 
106  41 

4 

3,547 

3 
547 

0  12 
106  41 

fifiol          106  53 

3,551|  550 

106  53 

24 

4  80 

100 

29 

o  ot 

100 
2,140 

29 
24 

1  557 

4  80 

24 

4  Sol           lOol  29 

3  87 

2,240 

53 

8  67 

516 
2 
3 
11 
2,192 
5 

1,369 
113 
3,189 
88 
19,445 

103  20 
0  40 

0  60 
2  20 

438  40 

1  00 
273  80 

22  60 
637  80 
17  60 
3,889  00 

1,016 

loo  iy 

1,532 
2 
3 
11 

2,192 
5 

1,369 
113 
3,189 
88 
19,445 

Zoo  oy 
0  40 

0  60 
2  20 

AOQ  tfi 

4oo  4U 

1  00 

/lo  ol) 

22  60 
637  80 
17  60 
3,889  00 

26,933 

5,386  60   

1,016 

27,949 

5,522  09 

24 

4  80 

2,000 

85 

11  33 

2,000 
719 

85 
24 

11  33 
4  80 

24 

4  80 

2,000 

85 

11  33 

2,719 

109 

16  13 

11 

283 

2  20 
56  60 

7 

8,269 

11 

283 

2  20 
56  60 

294 

58  80 

8,276 

294 

58  80 

2,237 

1,377  54 

45,918 

2,237 

1,377  54 

188 


CUSTOMS  DEPARTMENT  a 

1-2  EDWARD  VII.,  A.  1902 

No.  1. — General  Statement 


Articles  Imported. 


Countries. 


Total  Imports. 


Quantity. 


Value. 


DUTIABLE  GOODS — Con. 


Plants  and  trees — 
Pear  trees  


Plum  trees. 


Raspberry  bushes. 
Rose  bushes  


United  States . 


Great  Britain. 

France  

United  States . 


Total . 


United  States. 


Great,  Britain. 

France  

Holland  

United  States . 


Total. 


Plaster  of  Paris,  or  gypsum,  ground,  not 
calcined  United  States . 


Plaster  of  Paris,  or  gypsum,  calcined  or 

manufactured  I  Great  Britain . 

Belgium  


France . 
United  States . 


Total. 


Plates,  engraved  on  wood,  steel  or  on  other 
metal  and  transfers  taken  from  the  same, 
including  engravers'  plates,  of  steel  pol- 
ished, engraved  or  for  engraving  thereon.  'Great  Britain . 

United  States. 


Total 


Pocket-books  and  purses,  reticules  and 

musical  instrument  cases  J  Great  Britain. . . . 

Austria-Hungary. 


Belgium . 

Egypt  

France  .  ... 

Germany  

United  States . 


Total. 


Polish  or  composition,  knife  and  other,! 

N.O.P  Great  Britain. 

Belgium  

France   

Germany  

United  States . 

Total. ... 


No. 


926 


100 
189 
18,131 


18,420 


41,741 


5,900 
800 
2,695 
2,583 


11,978 


Brls. 


218 


Cwt. 

122 

55 
2 

4.843 


5,022 


112 


29 
72 
1,743 


1,844 


432 


227 
17 
132 
173 


549 


1,097 


91 

22 
2 

3,863 


3,978 


152 
2,498 


2,650 


16,685 
569 
2 
12 
11,130 
16,203 
49,703 


94,304 


2.254 
36 
12 

2,178 
37,976 

42,456 


ii  TRADE  AND  NAVIGATION  189 

SESSIONAL  PAPER  No.  11 

of  Imports — Continued. 


ENTERED  FOR  HOME  CONSUMPTION. 

General  Tariff. 

Preferential  Tariff.  Total. 

Value. 

Duty.     j  Quantity.  |   Value,   J     Duty.     |  Quantity.  1  Value. 

Duty 
Collected. 

8 

112 

$  cts. 
27  78 

No. 

S 

$  cts. 

No. 

926 

S 

112 

$  cts. 
27  78 

100 

29 

2  00 

100 
189 
18,131 

29 
72 
L743 

2  00 
5  67 
543  93 

72 
1,743 

5  67 
543  93 

1,815 

549  60 

100 

29 

2  00 

18,420 

1,844 

551  60 

432 

86  40 

41,741 

432               86  40 

57 
17 
132 
173 

11  40 
3  40 
26  40 
34  60 

1,770 

170 

22  67 

5,900 
800 
2,695 
2,583 

227 
17 
132 
173 

34  07 
3  40 
26  40 
34  60 

379 

75  80 

1,770 

170 

22  67 

11,978 

549 

98  47 

1,097 

164  55 

Brls. 

Brls. 

•218 

1  097 

164  55 

Cwt. 

122 

91 

10  25 

Cwt. 

122 
55 
2 

4,843 

91 

22 
2 

3,863 

10  25 
6  87 
0  25 
605  15 

22 
2 

3,863 

6  87 
0  25 
605  15 

3,887 

612  27 

122 

91 

10  25 

5,022j  3,978 

622  52 

101 
2,491 

20  20 
498  20 

51 

6  80 

152 
2,491 

27  00 
498  20 

2,592 

518  40 

51 

6  *0 

2,643 

525  20 

7,137 
569 
2 
12 
11,238 
15,952 
49,760 

2,141  10 
170  70 
0  60 
3  60 
3,371  40 
4,785  60 
14,928  00 



9,525 

1,905  00 

16,662 
569 
2 
12 
11,238 
15,952 
49,760 

4,046  10 
170  70 
0  60 
3  60 
3,371  40 
4,785  60 
14,928  00 

84,670 

25,401  00 

9,525 

1,905  00 

94,195 

27,306  00 



228 
36 
42 
2,185 
37,849 

57  00 
9  00 
10  50 
546  25 
9,462  25 

2,027 

337  89 

2,255 
36 
42 

2,185 
37,849 

394  89 
9  00 
10  50 
546  25 
9,462  25 

40,340 

10,085  00 

2,027 

337  89 

42,367 

10,422  89 

" 

190 


CUSTOMS  DEPARTMENT 

No. 


ii 

1-2  edward  vii.,  a.  1902 
1. — General  Statement 


Articles  Imported. 


Countries. 


Total  Imports. 


Quantity. 


Value. 


DUTIABLE  GOODS —  Con. 

Pomades,  French,  or  flower  odours,  &c, 
imported  in  tins  of  not  less  than  ten 
pounds  each  


France   

Germany  

United  States . 

Total.... 


Pomades,  French,  or  flower  odours,  &c. 
all  other  


Great  Britain. 
United  States. 


Total. 


Post  office  parcels  and  packages. 


Precious  stones,  N.E.S.,  polished,  but  not 
set  pierced,  or  otherwise  manufactured, 
and  imitations  thereof  


Great  Britain. 
British  Africa 

Belgium  

Egypt...  

France  

Germany  

Holland  

Switzerland.  . 
United  States. 

Total.... 


Great  Britain .... 
A  ustria-  H  un  gary . 

Belgium  

France.. . .  ,  

Germany  

Holland  

United  States.  . 


Printing  presses,  printing  machines,  fold 
ing  machines,  book-binders',  bookbind 
ing,  ruling,  embossing  and  paper  cutting 
machines  

Parts  of  preceding  items  

Provisions,  N.E.S.— 
Butter  


Total. 


Great  Britain. 

France  

Germany .  ... 
United  States. 


Total. 


Great  Britain. 

Germany  

United  States. 


Total . 


Great  Britain . 

Australia  

United  States. 

Total.... 


Lbs. 


2,930 
156 
1,948 


5,034 


50 


No. 


18 
2 
2 

1,452 


1,474 


Lbs. 
12,432 
24,640 

1,408,555 

1,445,627 


3,814 
440| 
2,373 


6, 627| 


11 
12 


23 


112,512 
7 
14 
7 

26 
62 
1 
11 

433,964 


546,604! 


23,455 
720 
979 

15,597 

16,903 
16 

19,883^ 


77,553 


4,007 
117 

609 
280,789 


285,522 


3,041 
605 
64,304 


67,950 


3,742 
4,580 
327,310 

335,632 


ii  TRADE  AND  NAVIGATION 

SESSIONAL  PAPER  No.  11 

of  Imports — Continued. 


191 


Entered  fob  Home  Consumption. 


General  Tariff. 

Preferential  Tariff. 

Total. 

Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Collected. 

$ 

3,814 
440 

2,373 

S  cts. 

572  10 
66  00 
355  95 

Lbs. 

a 



$  cts. 

Lbs. 

2,930 
156 
1,948 

S 

3,814 
440 
2,373 

$  cts 

572  10 
66  00 
355  95 

6,627 

994  05 

1 

5,034 

6,627 

994  05 

12 

  6 

3  60   

11 

2  20 

6 
44 

11 

12 

» 

2  20 

3  60 

12 

3  60;  6 

11 

2  20 

50 

23 

5  80 

41,220 
7 
14 
7 
26 
62 
1 

11 

433,964 

12,162  54 

2  45 

3  95 

71,292 

15,285  84 

112,512 

•7 

7 
14 

7 
26 
62 

1 
11 

433.964 

27,448  38 

2  45 

3  95 

1  75 
6  40 

17  20 
0  30 

2  36 
102,316  28 

1  75 
6  40 

17  20 
0  30 

2  36 
102,316  28 



475,312 

114,513  23 

71,292 

15,285  84 

546,604 

LfJ,i\)y  07 

2,015  80 
72  00 
97  90 

1,559  70 

1,690  30 
1  60 

1,988  30 

13,564 
720 
979 

15,597 

16,903 
16 

19,883 

1,356  40 
72  00 
97  90 
1,559  70 
1,690  30 
1  60 

9,891 

659  40 

23,455 
720 
979 

15,597 

16,903 
16 

19,883 

1,988  30 

67,662 

6,766  20 

9,891 

659  40 

77,553 

7,425  60 

298 
117 
609 
280,789 

29  80 
11  70 
60  90 
28,078  90 

No. 

14 



3,709 

247  29 

No. 

18 
2 
2 

1,452 

4,007 
117 
609 
280,789 

277  09 
11  70 
60  90 
28,078  90 

281,813 

28,181  30  14 

3,709 

247  29 

1,474  285,522 

28,428  59 

1,678 
605 
65,265 

167  80 
60  50 
6,526  50 

387 

25  81 

2,065 
605 
65,265 

193  61 
60  50 
6,526  50 

07,548 

6,754  801  

387 

25  81 

67,935 

6,780  61 

93 
1,050 
277,437 

16  00 
221  00 
44,3*4  92 

Lbs. 
13,600 
17,416 

3,719 
3,231 

362  66 
464  43 

Lbs. 
14,000 
23,016 

1,109,623 

3,812 
4,281 
277,437 

378  66 
688  43 
44,384  92 

278,580 

44,624  92:  31,016 

6,950 

827  09 

1,146,639  285,530 

45,452  01 

192 


CUSTOMS  DEPARTMENT  {[ 

1-2  EDWARD  VII.,  A.  1902 

No.  1. — General  Statement 


Total  Imports. 


Provisions,  N.E.S. 
Cheese   


Articles  Imported 


DUTIABLE  GOODS— Con. 


Lard. 


Lard  compound  and  similar  substan- 
ces, cottolene  and  animal  stearine  of 
of  kinds,  N.E.S  


Bacon  and  hams,  shoulders  and  sides. 


Beef,  salted,  in  barrels  


Canned  meats  and  canned  poultry  and 
game  


Extracts  of  meats  and  fluid  beef  not 
medicated,  and  soups   , 


Countries. 


Great  Britain. 
B.  W.  Indies.. 

France..   

Germany  

Holland  

Italy  

St.  Pierre  

Switzerland. . . 
United  States. 


Total. 


Great  Britain .  . 
Newfoundland. 
United  States. 


Total. 


United  States. . 


Great  Britain. 

China  

United  States. 


Total... 


Great  Britain . 
United  States. 


Total. 


Great  Britain. 

Australia  

Hong  Kong. . . 
Belgium  . . 

China  

France  

Germany  

St.  Pterre  

United  States. 

Total.... 


Great  Britain .... 

Australia.   

Austria-Hungary. 

Belgium   

France  

Germany  

Japan  

United  States  


Total. 


Quantity. 


Lbs. 


10,006 
6 

32,843 
996 
1,227 
3,716 
92 
17,331 
5,515,447 


5,581,664 


1,136 
40 

1,797,092 


1,798,268 


117,704 


1,091 
76 

6,474,847 


6,476,014 


14,848 
2,262,935 


2,277,783 


101,309 
86,988 
135 
421 
2,089 
5,707 
140 
6 

1,953,227 


2,150,022 


Value. 


2,117 
2 

5,764 
141 
128 
359 
26 
2,575 
599.015 


610,127 


91 
2 

167,299 


167,392 


9,103 


215 
6 

726,004 


726,225 


1,083 
107,728 


108,811 


11,182 
8,790 
19 
139 
169 
1,605 
24 
11 

227,211 
249,150 


16,582 
208 
23 
115 
572 
544 
37 
32,390 

50,471 


ii 

SESSIONAL  PAPER  No.  11 

op  Imports — Continued. 


TRADE  AND  NAVIGATION 


193 


Entered  fob  Home  Consumption. 


General  Tariff. 

Preferential  Tariff. 

Total. 

Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity . 

Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty 
Collected. 

* 

562 
2 

5,531 
141 

128 
28 
26 
2,945 
32  607 

8  cts. 

103  23 
0  18 
921  42 
29  88 
36  81 
8  46 
2  76 
573  24 
6  740  68 

Lbs. 
5,897 

1,534 

S  cts 
117  97 

Lbs. 

9,338 
6 

30,714 
996 
1,227 
282 
92 
19,108 
224,689 

2,096 
2 

5,531 
141 
128 
28 
26 
2,945 
32,607 

8  cts. 

221  20 
0  18 
921  42 

36  81 
8  46 
2  76 
573  24 
6,740  68 

41  970 

8,416  66 

5,897 

1,534 

117  97 

286,452 

43,504 

8  534  63 

91 
2 

148,971 

22  72 
0  80 

32,523  59 

1,136 
40 

1,626,179 

91 
2 

148,971 

22  72 
0  80 
32  523  59 

149,064 

32,547  11 





1,627,355 

149,064 

32,547  11 

8,843 

2,274  08 

113,704 

8,843 

2,274  08 

101 

6 

713,704 

12  24 
1  52 
125,339  58 

479 

114 

6  39 

1,091 
76 

6,266,987 

215 
6 

713,704 

18  63 
1  52 
125,339  58 

713,811 

125,353  34 

479 

114 

6  39 

6,268,154 

713,925 

125,359  73 

1,077 
72,278 

294  96 
30,645  16 



14,748 
1,532,258 

1,077 
72,278 

294  96 
30,645  16 

73,355 

30,940  12 

1,547.006 

73,355 

30,940  12 

616 
248 
19 
139 
169 
2,189 
24 
11 

186,700 

161  50 
62  00 
4  75 
34  75 
42  ?5 

104,604 
122,855 

11,030 
12,131 

1,838  39 
2,021  94 

106,677 
125,975 
135 
421 
2,089 
7,779 
140 
6 

1,572,561 

11,676 
12,379 
19 
139 
169 
2,189 
24 
11 

186,700 

1,999  89 
2,083  94 

34  75 
42  25 
547  25 
6  00 
2  75 
46,675  00 

547  25 
6  00 
2  75 
46,675  00 



190,145j     47,536  25 

i  227,459 

23,161 

3,860  33 

1,815,783 

213,306 

51,396  58 

12,962        3,240  50 
49           12  25 
23             5  75 
115           28  75 
195           48  75 
493          123  25 
37             9  25 
31,847       7,961  75 

6,312 

1,052  13 

19,274 
49 
23 
115 
195 
493 
37 
31,847 

4,292  63 
12  25 
5  75 
28  75 
48  75 
123  25 
9  25 
7,961  75 

1 

45,721       11,430  25 

6,312 

1,052  13 

52,033 

12,482  38 

i  

11  _ii — 13 


194 


CUSTOMS  DEPARTMENT 


1-2  EDWARD  VII.,  A.  1902 

No.  1. — General  Statement 


Articles  Imported. 


Countries. 


Total  Imports. 


Quantity. 


Value. 


Quantity. 


DUTIABLE  GOODS — Con. 

Provisions,  N.E.S. — 

Mutton  and  lamb,  fresh  


Australia  

United  States. 


Total. 


Pork,  barrelled,  in  brine. 


Great  Britain . 
Hong  Kong. . . 

China  

United  States. 

Total.... 


Poultry  and  game,  N.O.P  


Dried  or  smoked,  meats,  and  meats 
preserved  in  any  other  way  than 
salted  or  pickled,  N.E.S  


Great  Britain. 
Hong  Kong. . . 

China  

United  States. 

Total.... 


Great  Britain. 
Hong  Kong. . . 

China  

France  

Germany.  . . . 
United  States. 

Total ... 


Other  meats,  fresh . 


Other  meats,  salted,  N.E.S  


Quills,  N.E.S. 


Regalia  and  badges. 


Australia  

Newfoundland. 
United  States. . 


Total. 


China  

Germany  

United  States. 

Total .... 


Great  Britain. 

France  

United  States. 


Total . 


Great  Britain 

France   

Germany  

United  States 


Total 


Lbs. 


330,151 
89,890 


420,041 


10,336 
132 
70 

6,754,756 


6,765,294 


15 
13,254 
17,266 
154 
120 
239,342 


270,151 


87 

445,737 


445,824 


2,195 
295 
280,451 


282,941 


14,847 
6,300 


21,147 


745 
12 

3 

459,517 


460,271 


5 
280 
29 
53,963 


54,277 


2 

1,004 
1,243 
56 
16 

22,785 


25,106 


4 

45,766 


45,770 


125 
75 
24,813 


25,013 


18 
115 
12 


145 


545 
167 
3 

5,499 


6,214 


ii  TRADE  AND  NAVIGATION 

SESSIONAL  PAPER  No.  11 

op  Imports — Continued. 


195 


Entered  fob  Home  Conscmptiox. 


General  Tariff. 

Preferential  Tariff. 

Total. 

Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity,  j  Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity 

Value. 

Duty 
Collected. 

$ 

33 
R  30<1 

$  cts. 

11  55 

2.205  00 

Lbs. 
360, 66i 

$ 

16,075 

S  cts. 
3,749  84 

Lbs. 

361,062 
89,890 

8 

16,106 
6.30C 

$  cts. 

3,761  39 
2,205  00 

6,333 

j       2,216  55 

360,662 

16,073 

3,749  84 

450,952 

22,406 

5,966  39 

745 
12 
3 

437,102 

206  72 
2  64 
1  40 
128,002  76 

10,336 
132 
70 

6,400,138 

745 
12 
3 

437.102 

206  72 
2  34 
1  40 
128,002  76 

437,862     128,213  52 

6,410,676 

437,862        128,213  52 

5             1  00 
280           56  00 
29             5  80 
53,942      10,788  30 

 j  

J 

r,                 i  nn 

280 
29 

53. 940 

56  00 
5  80 

TO  7«S  3rt 

54,256j      10,851  10 



54,256!         T-0,851  10 

2             0  30 

15                 2                0  30 
12.954             1  ftO-l  fi« 

1,004          265  08 
1,243          345  32 
56             3  06 
in             2  40 

17,266  1,243 
153  56 
120  16 
219,015  21,383 

345  32 
3  06 
2  40 
4,380  33 

21,383 

4,380  33 

23,704 

4,996  49 

249,823  23,704 

4,996  49 

10,929 

579 

218  58 

10,929  5791 
87  4 
445, 737  j  45,766 

218  58 
2  61 
13,372  10 

4 

45,76*} 

2  61 
13,372  10 

45,770 

13,374  71 

10,929 

579 

218  58 

456,753'  46,349 

13,593  29 

125 
75 
24,616 

43  90 
5  90 
5,529  02 

2,195j  125' 
295  75 

276  451 !             24  R1 H 

43  90 
5  90 
5,529  02 

5,578  82 



24,816 

5,578  82 

278,941 

24,816 

8 
115 
12 

1  60 
23  00 

2  40 

10 

1  34 

18 
115 
12 

2  94 
23  00 
2  40 

135 

27  00 

10 

1  34 

145 

28  34 

43 
167 
3 

5,499 

15  05 
58  45 
1  05 
1,924  65 

502; 

117  13 

RAH 

1  tO  1(5 

167               58  45! 

5,499 

1,924  65 

5,712 

1,999  20 

 i 

502 

117  13 

6,214 

2,116  33 

U—  ii— 13£ 


196 


CUSTOMS  DEPARTMENT 


n 


1-2  EDWARD  VII.,  A.  1902 
No.  1. — GrENERAL  STATEMENT 


Articles  Imported. 


Countries. 


Total  Imports. 


Quantity. 


Value. 


Quantity. 


dutiable  goods— Con. 
Ribbons,  N.E.S.  (except  silk)  


Railway  or  travelling  rugs,  and  lap  dusters 
of  all  kinds  


Great  Britain . 

France   

Germany  

Switzerland. . . 
United  States. 


Total 


Great  Britain . 

France   

Germany  

Italy  

United  States. 


Sails  for  boats  and  ships. 


Salt,  coarse,  N.E.S. 


Salt,  fine,  in  bulk. 


Total 


Great  Britain  

Newfoundland  

Norway  and  Sweden. 
United  States  


Total 


Peru  

United  States 


Total 


United  States 


Salt,  N.E.S.,  in  bags,  barrels  or  other 

packages    I  Great  Britain. 

United  States 


Sand  paper,  glass,  flint  and  emery  paper 
and  emery  cloth  


Sauces  and  catsups,  in  bottles 


Total 


Great  Britain. 

France   

Germany  

United  States 

Total 


Great  Britain . 
B.  E.  Indies  . . 
Hong  Kong  . . 

Belgium  

China  

France   

Germany  

Italy  

Japan  

United  States 


Lbs. 


6,922,504 


6,922,504 


2,391,400 


18,900 
1,916,884 


1,935,784 


Galls. 
30,038 
9 
780 


Total 


1,280 
457 
2 
50 
146 
27,173 

59,935 


10,767 
822 
8,217 
49 
5,957 


25,812! 


38,810 
685 
2,673 
42 
14,550 


56,760 


343 
80 
447 1 
1,279 


2,149 


19,826; 


5,185 


46 
8,362 


666 
3 
7 

45,634  . 


46,310 


42,264 
17 
80 


362 
490 
2 
43 
24 
29,531 

72,813 


Lbs. 

376,000 
6,922,504 


19.826  ;  7,298,504 


2,391,400 


18,700 
1,916,884 


8,408  1,935,584 


Galls. 
2,493 
9 

780 
10 
1,280 
305 
2 


106 
27,606 

32,591 


ii 

SESSIONAL  PAPER  No.  11 

of  Imports — Continued. 


TRADE  AND  NAVIGATION 


197 


Entered  for  Home  Consumption. 


General  Tariff. 

Preferential  Tariff. 

Total. 

Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity.  Value. 

Duty 
Collected. 

1 

10,504 
986 

8,217 
147 

5,957 

$  cts. 

3,676  40 
345  10 
2,875  95 
51  45 
2,084  95 

1 

263 

§  cts. 
61  37 

•S 

10,767 
986 

8,217 
147 

5,957 

$  cts. 

3,737  77 
345  10 
2,875  95 
51  45 
2,084  95 

1 

25,811 

9,033  85 

263 

61  37 

26,074 

9,095  22 

7,813 
685 
2,673 
42 
14,588 

2,343  90 
205  50 
801  90 
12  60 

4,376  48 

31,622 

6,324  40 

39,435 
685 
2,673 
42 
14,588 

8,668  30 
205  50 
801  90 
12  60 

4,376  48 

25,801 

7,740  38 

31,622 

6,324  40 

57,423 

14,064  78 

40 
80 
447 
1,279 

10  00 
20  00 
111  75 
319  75 

303 

50  50 

343 

80 

60  50 
20  00 
111  75 
319  75 

447 

1,279 

1,846 

461  50 

303 

50  50 

2,149 

512  00 

668 
19,826 

188  00 
3,461  25 

Lbs. 



Lbs. 

376,000 
6,922,504 

668 
19,826 

188  00 
3,461  25 

20,494 

3,649  25 

7,298,504 

20,494 

3,649  25 

5,185 

1,195  70 

2,391,400 

5,185 

1,195  70 

41 
8,362 

14  04 

1,437  83 

200 

5 



0  10 

18,900 
1,916,884 

46 

8,362 

14  14 

1,437  83 

8,403 

1,451  87 

200 

5 

0  10 

1,935,784 

8,408 

1,451  97 

29 
o 
a 

7 

45,634 

7  25 

0  75 

1  75 
11,408  50 

637 

106  13 

666 
3 
7 

45,634 

113  38 

0  75 

1  75 
11,408  50 

45,673 

11,418  25 

637 

106  13 

46,310 

11,524  38 

2,361 
17 
80 
13 
362 
350 
2 

826  35 
5  95 
28  00 
4  55 
126  70 
121  50 
0  70 


Galls. 
31,218 

46,687 

10,894  09 

Galls. 
33,711 
9 
780 
10 
1,280 
305 
2 

49,048 
17 

BQ 
13 
362 
350 
2 

11,720  44 
5  95 
28  00 
4  55 
126  70 
122  50 
0  70 

14 

26,522 

4  90   

9,282  70    

106 
27,606 

14 

26,522 

4  90 

9,282  70 

29,721 

10,402  35  '  31,218 

46,687 

10,894  09 

63,809 

76,408 

21,296  44 

198 


CUSTOMS  DEPARTMENT  ii 

1-2  EDWARD  VII.,  A.  1902 

No.  1. — General  Statement 


Articles  Imported. 


DUTIABLE  GOODS — Con. 

1  Sauces  and  catsups,  in  bulk  


Soy 


Sausage  casings,  N .  E .  S . 


Seeds,  viz.: 
Garden,  field  and  other  seeds  for  agri- 
cultural or  other  purposes,  N.O.P., 
when  in  bulk  or  in  large  parcels  


Garden,  field  and  other  seeds  for  agri- 
cultural or  other  purposes,  N.O.P., 
when  in  small  papers  or  parcels  


Bulbous  roots,  N.O.P. 


Ships  and  other  vessels  built  in  any  foreign 
country,  hull,  rigging  and  all  appurten- 
ances, except  machinery  


Countries. 


Great  Britain 

China  

France   

Japan . .  ... 
United  States 

Total  ... 


Great  Britain. 
Hong  Kong  . . 

China  

France  

Japan  

United  States 

Total  .... 


Great  Britain . 

China  

Denmark  

United  States. 


Total . 


Great  Britain . 

Australia  

Honk  Kong. . . 

China  

Denmark  

France  

Germany  

Holland  

J  a pan  

Turkey .   

United  States . 

Total .... 


Great  Britain . 

France  

Germany  

United  States. 


Total. 


United  States. 


Peru  

United  States. 


Total. 


Total  Imports. 


Quantity. 


Galls. 


497 
70 
22 
2,733 
11,762 


15,084 


229 
18 
4.344 
50 
26,614 
352 


31,607 


Value. 


995 
12 
17 
266 
3,671 


4,961 


86 
13 
684 
35 
4,982 
72 


5.872 


9,330 
62 
299 
44,669 


54,360 


6,401 
756 
5 
54 
735 
8,083 
5,044 
737 
10 
2,319 
551,575 


575,719 


257 
122 
57 
5,185 


5,621 


754 


500 
258,061 

258,561 


ii  TRADE  AND  NAVIGATION 

SESSIONAL  PAPER  No.  11 

of  Imports — Continued. 


199 


Entered  for  Home  Consumption. 


General  Tariff. 


Preferential  Tariff. 


Value. 


Duty.       Quantity.  Value. 


Duty. 


Total. 


Quantity. 


Value. 


Duty 
Collected. 


|  cts. 


16 

5  60 

12 

4  20 

17 

5  95 

266 

.  93  10 

3,563 

1,246  25 

3,874 

1,355  10 

Galls. 
481 


979 


$  cts, 
227  30 


Galls. 


497 
70 

22 
2,733 
11,835 


995 
12 
17 
266 
3,563 


|  0MU 


232  90 

4  20 

5  95 
93  10 

1,246  25 


481 


979 


227  30 


15,157 


4,853 


1,582  40 


86 
13 
684 
35 
4,982 
72 


30  10 
4  55 
239  40 
12  25 
1,743  70 
25  20 


5,872 


2,055  20 


229 
18 
4,344 
50 
26,614 
3521 


66 
13 
684 

35 

4.  MM1 

72 


31,607 


5,872 


30  10 
4  55 
239  40 
12  25 
1,743  70 
25  20 


2,055  20 


71 

62 
299 
44,521 


14  20 
12  40 

59  80 
8,904  20 


44,953 


8,990  60 


4,470 

447  00 

756 

75  60 

5 

0  50 

54 

5  40 

735 

73  50 

8,096 

809  60 

5,381 

538  10 

737 

73  70 

10 

1  00 

2,319 

231  90 

510,961 

51,0%  10 

533,524 

53,352  40 

8,925        1,190  02 


8,925        1,190  02 


8,996 
62 
299 
44.521 


53,878 


2,095 

139  69 



2,095 

139  69 

6,565 
756 
5 
54 
735 
8,096 
5,381 
737 
10 
2,319 
510,961 


535,619 


1,204  22 
12  40 
59  80 

8,904  20 


10,180  62 


586  69 
75  60 

0  50 
5  40 

73  50 
809  60 
538  10 

73  70 

1  00 
231  90 

51,096  10 

53,492  09 


59 
122 

57! 
5,332 


14  75 
30  50 
14  25 
1,333  00 


206  34  34 


265 
122 
57 
5,332 


49  09 
30  50 
14  25 
1,333  00 


5,570       1,392  50 


754 


150  80 


206  34  34 


5,776 


754 


1,426  84 


150  80 


500 
258,061 


50  00 
25,806  10 


500 
258,061 


50  00 
25,806  10 


258,561      25,856  10 


258,561 


25,856  10 


200  CUSTOMS  DEPARTMENT 

No. 


ii 

1-2  edward  vtl,  a.  1902 
1. — General  Statement 


Articles  Imported. 


Countries. 


Total  Imports. 


Quantity. 


Value. 


dutiable  goods— Con. 


1  Ships'  boilers,  steam  engines  and  other 

machinery  United  States. 


Ships  and  vessels,  repairs  on . 


Signs  of  any  material,  framed  or  not,  and 
letters  of  any  material  for  signs  or  simi- 
lar use  


Silk  and  manufactures  of — 
Fabrics  


Handkerchiefs . 


Hosiery,  N.E.S. 


Blouses  and  shirt  waists. 


United  States. 


Great  Britain. 
Hong  Kong. . . 

France   

Germany  

Portugal  

United  States. 


Total. 


Great  Britain .... 

Hong  Kong  

Austria-Hungary , 

Belgium  

China  

France   

Germany  

Italy  

Japan   

Spain  

Switzerland  

United  States  


Total. 


Great  Britain . 
Hong  Kong. . . 

China  

France   

Germany  

Japan  

Switzerland. . . 
United  States. 


Total 


70,713 


99 


5,989 
12 
474 
151 
15 
12,637 


19,278 


Great  Britain . 

France  

Germany  . . . . , 
United  States. 


Total. 


Great  Britain. 

France  

United  States. 

Total .... 


,318,742 
1,115 
9,313 
883 
2,648 
412,075 
231,275 
8,303 
160,252 
2,289 
109,374 
106,859 


2,363,128 


41,783 
1,493 
2,003 
755 
1,154 
65,641 
1,627 
912 


115,368 


3,036 
30 
91 
131 


3,288 


3,273 
10 
9,902 

13,185 


ii 

SESSIONAL  PAPER  No.  11 

op  Imports — Continued. 


TRADE  AND  NAVIGATION 


201 


Entered  fob  Home  Consumption. 


General  Tariff.                           Preferential  Tariff. 

Total. 

Value. 



§ 

70,713 

Duty. 

(Quantity. 

v  aiue. 

uuty. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty 
Collected. 



$  cts. 

17,678  25 

t 

%  cts. 

t 

70,713 

$  cts. 
17,678  25 

99 

24  75 

99 

24  75 

2,161 
12 
479 
151 
15 
12,622 

#  

648  30 

3  60 
143  70 

45  30 

4  50 
3,786  00 

3,820 

764  00 

5,981 
12 
479 
151 
15 
12,622 

1,412  30 

3  60 
143  70 

45  30 

4  50 
3,786  00 

15,440 

4,631  40 

3,820 

764  00 

?9,260 

5,395  40 

987,865 
1,115 
8,391 
883 
2,648 
403,670 
236,269 
8.203 
162,122 
2,289 
120,455 
105,640 

296,359  50 
334  50 
2,517  30 
264  90 
794  40 
121,101  00 
70,880  70 
2,460  90 
48,636  60 
686  70 
36,136  50 
31,692  00 

320,203 

64,040  % 

1,308,068 
1,115 
8,391 
883 
2,648 
403,670 
236,269 
8,203 
162,122 
2,289 
120,455 
105,640 

360,400  46 
334  50 
2,517  30 
264  90 
794  40 
121,101  00 
70,880  70 
2,460  90 
48,636  60 
686  70 
36,136  50 
31,692  00 

2,039,550 

611,865  00 

320,203 

64,040  96 

2,359,753 

42,261 
1,493 
2,003 
755 
1,154 
66,110 
1,627 
912 

675,905  96 

10,976  67 
522  55 
701  05 
264  25 
403  90 

23,139  00 
569  45 
319  20 

9,562 
1,493 
2,003 
755 
1,154 
66,110 
1,627 
912 

3,346  70 
522  55 
701  05 
2(34  25 
403  90 
23,139  00 
569  45 
319  20 

32,699 

7,629  97 

83,616 

29,266  10 

32,699 

7,629  97 

116,315 

36,896  07 

181 
30 
91 

131 

63  35 
10  50 
31  85 
45  85 

2,855 

666  22 

3,036 
SO 
91 
131 

729  57 
10  50 
31  85 
45  85 

433 

151  55 

2,855 

666  22 

3,288 

817  77 

579 
10 
9,902 

202  65 
3  50 
3,465  70 

2,694 

G28  fit 

3,273 
10 
9,902 

831  26 
3  50 
3,465  70 

10,491 

3,671  85 

2,694 

628  61 

13,185 

4,300  46 

202 


CUSTOMS  DEPARTMENT 


ii 


1-2  EDWARD  VII.,  A.  1902 

No.  1. — General  Statement 


DUTIABLE  GOODS — Con. 

Silk  and  manufactures  of — 
Clothing  


Articles  Imported. 


Ribbons 


Silk  in  the  gum  or  spun,  not  more  ad- 
vanced than  singles,  tram  and  thrown 
organzine,  not  coloured  


Sewing  and  embroidery  silk  and  silk 
twist    


Shawls  . 


Shirts 


Countries. 


Great  Britain ... 

Hong  Kong  

Austria-Hungary 

Belgium  

China  

France  

Germany  

Italy  

Japan   

Switzerland  

United  States. . . . 

Total  


Great  Britain .... 
Austria-Hungary 

China  

Cuba  

France   

Germany  

Italy  

Japan  

Switzerland  

United  States. .. 


Total 


Great  Britain . 
United  States. 


Total 


Great  Britain  . 
Hong  Kong. . . 

China  

United  States 

Total .... 


Great  Britain. 
Hong  Kong. . . 

China  

France  

Germany  

Japan   

United  States. 

Total  


Great  Britain. 
United  States. 


Total 


Total  Imports. 


Quantity. 


Lbs. 


1,829 
994 


2,823 


Doz. 


3*.' 


Value. 


132,052 
401 
168 
80 

6,528 
7 

24,918 
1,926 
66,031 


241,909 


374,748 
180 
21 

68 

114,419 
61,287 
12 


32,899 
34,182 


617,816 


3,702 
2,479 


6,181 


15,809 
16 
212 
9,720 


25,757 


976 
346 
151 
57 
688 
109 
174 


2,501 


485 
33!) 


824 


ii 

SESSIONAL  PAPER  No.  11 

of  Imports — Continued. 


TRADE  AND  NAVIGATION 


203 


Entered  for  Home  Consumption. 


General  Tariff. 

Preferential  Tariff. 

Total. 

Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity . 

Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty 
Collected. 

$                $  cts. 

17,323       6,063  05 
401          140  35 
168           58  80 
80i           28  00 
1,076;         376  60 
8.709'       3,048  15 
RUSH         2  284  80 

1 

•5; 

117,695 

S  cts 

97  4fi9  fiS 

f 

135,018 
401 
168 
80 
1,076 
8,709 
6,528 
7 

25,007 
1,926 
65,741 

$  cts. 

33,525  73 
140  35 
58  80 
28  00 
376  60 
3,048  15 
2,284  80 
2  45 
8,752  45 
674  10 
23,009  45 



25,007 
1,926 

fin  741 

2  45 
8,752  45 
674  10 
23  009  45 



\ 



126,966      44,438  20; . .  .   

117,695 

27,462  68 

244,66lj         71,900  88 

349,100 
180 
21 
68 

125,812 
61,098 
'  12 
447 
19,291 
24,156 

122,185  00 
63  00 
7  35 
23  80 
44,034  20 
21,384  30 
4  20 

27,012 

6,303  04 

376.112        128.488  04 

180 
21 
68 

125.812 

63  00 
7  35 
23  80 
44.034  20 

61,098;         21,384  30 
12                4  20 

156  45 
6,751  85 
11,954  60 

447              156  45 
19,291;          6,751  85 
34,156          11,954  60 



590, 1S5 

20(3,564  75 

27,012 

6,303  04 

617,197        212,867  79 

321 
2,479 

48  15 
371  85 

Lbs. 
1,669 

3,381 

338  10 

-Li  OS. 

GO  f 

3,702 
2,479 

386  25 
371  85 

2,800 

420  00  1,669 

3,381 

338  10 

_.N_o 

6,181 

758  10 

422 
16 
212 
9,720 

105  50 
4  00 
53  00 
2,430  00 

15,419 

2,569  94 

15,841 
16 
212 
9,720 

2,675  44 
4  00 
53  00 
2,430  00 

10,370 

2,592  50   

15,419 

2,569  94 

25,789!          5,162  44 

478 
346 
151 
57 
622 
109 
174 



143  40 
103  80 
45  30 
17  10 
186  60 
32  70 
52  20 

349 

69  80 

827             213  20 
34fi            irc?  80! 

151 
57 
622 
109 

45  30 
17  10 
186  60 

32  70 



174               52  20 

1,937 

581  10 

349 

69  80 

2,286             650  90 

339 

Doz. 
118  65  

485 

113  17 

Doz. 

24 

15 

485 
339 

113  17 
118  65 

339 

118  65j  24 

485 

113  17 

39 

824 

231  82 

204 


CUSTOMS  DEPARTMENT  H 

1-2  EDWARD  VII.,  A.  1902 

.  No.  1. — General  Statement 


Total  Imports. 


Articles  Imported. 


DUTIABLE  GOODS— Con. 

Silks  and  manufactures  of — 
Silks    and  all    manufactures  of,  not 
otherwise  provided  for,  or  of  which 
silk  is  the  component  part  of  chief 
value,  N.E.S  


Socks  and  stockings. 


Undershirts  and  drawers . 


Velvets,    velveteens,    plush  fabrics, 
N.E.S  


Slate,  and  manufactures  of  : 
Mantels  

Roofing  slate  

School  writing  slates  


Countries. 


Great  Britain. 

B.  E.  Indies  

Austria-Hungary 

Belgium  

China  

France   

Germany  

Japan  

Switzerland  

United  States. . . 


Total 


Great  Britain . 

Germany  

Italy  


Total 


Great  Britain. 

France  

Germany  

United  States. 


Total. 


Great  Britain. 

Belgium  

France  

Germany. .  . 

Italy  

Switzerland . . . 
United  States. 

Total.... 


United  States. 


Great  Britain. 
United  States. 


Total. 


Great  Britain ...  , 
Austria-Hungary 

France  

Germany  

United  States. . . . 


Total. 


Quantity. 


Doz.  pairs. 

522 
4 

12 


538 


Yds. 
451,714 
10 
22,089 
82,331 
28 
58 
22,117 


578,347 


Squares, 

24C 
11,432 


11,678 


No. 

306 
72 
8,500 
29,057 
75^,191 

797,126 


Value. 


48,486 
12 
100 
139 
533 
9,018 
3,953 
18,742l 
262 
15,544 


96,789 


2,229 
26 
40 


2,295 


27 
30 
997 
175 


1,229 


166,783 
15 
14,729 
41,876 
25 
29 
10,066 


233,523 


162 


774 

37,235 


38,009 


4 
12 
87 
399 
17,046 

17,548 


ii  TRADE  AND  NAVIGATION 

SESSIONAL  PAPER  No.  11  • 

of  Imports — Continued. 


205 


Entered  fob  Home  Consumption. 


General  Tariff. 


Preferential  Tariff. 


Total. 


Value. 


Duty.       Quantity.  Value. 


Duty. 


Quantity. 


Value. 


Duty 
Collected. 


13,269 
12 
100 
139 
533 
9,018 
3,493 
17,440 
262 
15,667 


I  cts. 


4,644  15 
4  20 
35  00 
48  65 
186  55 
3,156  30 
1,222  55 
6,104  00 
91  70 
5,483  45 


35,329 


8  cts. 


8,243  81 


48,598 
12 
100 
139 
533 
9,018 
3,493 
17,440 
262 
15,667 


S  cts. 


12,887  96 
4  20 
35  00 
48  65 
186  55 
3,156  30 
1,222  55 
6,104  00 
91  70 
5,483  45 


59,933 


20,976  55| 


35,329        8,243  81 


95,262 


29,220  36 


237 
26 
40 


Doz.  pairs. 
82  95  294 

9  101   

14  oo!  


1,463 


341  40 


Doz.  pairs. 

350 
4 
12 


1,700 
26 
40 


424  35 
9  10 
14  00 

447  45 


6  30 
10  50! 
348  95 
61  25 


303 


106  05 


294 


1,4631 


341  40 


366 


1,766 


30 
997 
175 


10  50 
348  95 
61  25 


1,202 


420  70 


•27 


27 


6  30 


27 
30 
997 
175 


6  30 


1,229 


427  00 


54,262 
15 

18,032 

41,384 
25 
29 

10,718 


16,278  60 
4  50 
5,409  60  . 
12,415  20  . 

7  m 

8  70  . 
3,215  40 


Yds. 
324,408 


113,822 


22,764  40 


Yds. 
453,261 
10 
27,234 
80.540 
28 
58 
24,073 


168,084 
15 
18,032 
41,384 
25 
29 
10,718 


39,043  00 
4  50 
5,409  60 
12,415  20 

7  50 

8  70 
3,215  40 


124,465 


37,339  50      324,408j      113,822i      22,764  40 


585,204| 


238. 2>7 


60,103  90 


162 


48  60 


774 

37,235 


158  72| 
8,434  S4 


162 


Squares. 

246 
11,432 


774 
37,235 


48  60 


158  72 
8,434  84 


38,009 


8.593  56 


11,678 


38,009 


8,593  56 


No. 


0  75 


87 
411 
17,046 

17,547 


21  75 
102  75 
4,261  50 

4,386  75 


0  i; 


0  17 


No. 


306 


8,500 
30,057 
759,191 

798,054 


87 
411 
17,046 

17,548 


0  92 


21  75 
102  75 
4,261  50 

4,386  92 


206 


CUSTOMS  DEPARTMENT 

No. 


ii 


1-2  edward  vii.,  a.  1902 
1. — General  Statement 


Total  Imports. 


Articles  Imported. 


DUTIABLE  GOOES — Con. 


Slate  and  manufactures  of- 
1      Slate  pencils  


Slate  and  manufactures  of,  N.E.S. 


Soap— 

Common  or  laundry . 


Castile,  mottled  or  white 


Common  soft  and  liquid 


Harness 


Toilet 


Countries. 


Great  Britain.  . . . 
Austria-Hungary 

France  

Germany  

United  States.  . . 


Total. 


Great  Britain. 

Germany  

United  States. 

Total  .... 


Great  Britain. . 
Newfoundland . 

France  

Germany  

United  States  . 

Total  


Great  Britain. 

France  

Germany  

Italy  

United  States 

Total  .... 


Great  Britain . 

France   

Germany  

United  States 

Total  .... 


Great  Britain. 
United  States 


Total 


Great  Britain . 

France   

Germany  

Italy  

United  States 


Total 


Quantity. 


Lbs. 

1,754,729 
40 
8,767 
3,168 

1,012,737 


Value. 


40 

38 
84 
3,858 
341 


Quantity. 


4,361 


42 
21 

12,021 


12,084 


2,779,441 


33,229 
609,743 
11,596 
9,684 
36,920 


701,172 


12,019 
150 
60 
61,376 


r3,605 


2,040 
9,462 


11,502 


88,190 
2 

378 
135 
43,626 


132,331 


1,585 
28,967 
496 
765 
3,076 


34,889 


657 
23 
10 
2,358 


3,048 


316 
773 


1,089 


108,946 
9,756 
3,040 
4 

376,731 
498,477 


21,175 
3,146 
501 
3 

68,104 
92,929 


ii  TRADE  AND  NAVIGATION 

SESSIONAL  PAPER  No.  11 

of  Imports — Continued. 


207 


Entered  for  Home  Consumption. 


General  Tariff. 

Preferential  Tariff. 

Total . 

Duty. 

Quantity. 

"Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty 
Collected. 

S 

31 
38 
84 
3,858 
34: 

$  cts. 

7  75 
9  50 
21  00 
964  50 

85  25 

$ 

32 

$  cts. 
5  33 

$ 

63 
38 
84 
3,858 
341 

§  cts. 

13  08 
9  50 
21  00 
964  50 
85  25 

4,352 

1,088  00 

32 

5  33 

4,384 

1,093  33 

28 
21 
12,021 

8  40 
6  30 
3,606  30 

14 

2  80 

42 
21 
12,021 

11  20 
6  30 
3,606  30 

12,070 

3,621  00 

14 

2  80 

12,084 

3,623  80 

174 
2 
378 
135 
39,380 

40.0G9 

671 
29,353 
496 
765 
3,147 

36  18 
40 
87  67 
31  68 
9,378  79 

Lbs. 
1,783,272 

89,523 

11,888  91 

Lbs. 

1,786,890 
40 
8,767 
3,168 
937,879 

89,697 
2 
378 
135 

39,380 

11,925  09 
0  40 
87  67 
31  68 
9,378  79 

9,534  72 

1,783,272 

89,523 

11,888  91 

2,736,744 

129,592 

21,423  63 

318  08 
6,240  60 
230  92 
193  68 
664  15 

29,102 

1,414 

291  19 

45,006 
624,060 
11,596 
9,684 
33,207 

2,085 
29,353 
496 
765 

3,147 

609  27 
6,240  60 
230  92 
193  68 
664  15 

34,432 

7,647  43 

29,102 

1,414 

291  19 

723,553 

35,846 

7,938  62 

216 
23 
10 
2,578 

75  60 
8  05 
3  oO 
902  30 

6,353 

479 

111  77 

12,439 
150 
60 
63,346 

695 
23 
10 
2  578 

187  37 
8  05 
3  50 

1,101  22 

2,827 

989  45 

6,353 

479 

111  77 

75,995 

3,306 

42 
773 

10  50 
193  25 

1,775 

274 

45  67 

2,040 
9,462 

316 
773 

56  17 
193  25 

815 

203  75 

1,775 

274 

45  67 

11,502 

1,089 

249  42 

227 
3,186 
433 
3 

66,842 

79  45 
1,115  10 
151  55 
1  05 
23,394  61 

118,441 

22,902 

5,343  92 

120,011 
9,844 
2,219 
4 

373,036 

23,129 
3,186 
433 

3 

66,842 

5,423  37 
1,115  10 
151  55 
1  05 
23,394  61 

70,691 

24,741  76 

118,44l|  22,902 

5,343  92 

505,114 

93,593 

30,085  68 

208  CUSTOMS  DEPARTMENT 

No. 


ii 

1-2  edward  vii.,  a.  1902 
1. — General  Statement 


Total  Imports. 


Articles  Imported. 


Countries. 


Quantity. 

Value. 

Quantity. 

Lbs. 

Lbs. 

50,929 
822 
849 
37 

530,285 

4,175 
215 
80 
12 
38,973 

4,481 
822 
834 
37 

530,312 

582,922 

43,455 

536,486 

90,G06 

4,341 

3,400 
1,257,233 

74 
54,023 

3,442 
1,253,603 

1,351,239 

58,438 

1,257,045 

991,222 
21,834 

158,478 
85,217 
5,981 
10,164 
59,475 

428,487 

100,146 
2,701 
12,731 
3,038 
1,139 
567 
5,087 
41,239 

115,352 

3,753 
85,217 

5,981 
10,164 
59,475 
434,907 

1,760,858 

166,648 

714,849 

65,326 
333 
24 
2,240 
24 
130 
400 
2 

236,047 

11,397 
72 
8 
242 
2 
24 
22 
1 

19,418 

10,430 
425 
24 
2,240 
24 
130 
400 
2 

240,024 

304,526 

31,186 

253,699 

21,705 
9,613 

27,503 
1,700 

13,672 

1,976 
505 

1,995 
136 

1,293 

16,512 
9,613 

26,189 
8,680 

11,540 

74,193 

5,905 

72,534 

78,459 
12,769 
15,255 

17,872 
2,805 
2,871 

1,076 
311 
17,369 

106,483 

23,548 

18,756 

Galls. 

242 

218 

Galls. 

242 

dutiable  goods— Con. 

Soap — 

N.  E.  S,  including  pumice,  silver 
mineral  soaps,  sapolio  and 
articles  


and 
like 


Pearline  and  other  soap  powders  . 


Spices — 

Ginger  and  spices  of  all  kinds  (N.E.S.) 
unground  


ground 


Ginger,  preserved. 


Nutmegs  and  mace. 


Spirits  and  wines,  viz.: — 
Amyl  alcohol  or  fusel  oil,  or  any  sub- 
stance known    as    potato   spirit  or 
potato  oil  


Great  Britain 

France  

Germany  .... 

Greece  

United  States 

Total  .... 


Great  Britain . . . 

France   

United  States  . . 

Total  

Great  Britain.  . 
B.  E.  Indies.... 
B.  W.  Indies  . . . 

China  

Dutch  E.  Indies 

France  

Japan   

United  States  , . 


Great  Britain. . . . 

B.  E.  Indies  

B.  W.  Indies  

Austria-Hungary 
Belgium  ...... 

China  

France  

Turkey  

United  States  

Total  

Great  Britain 

Hong  Kong  

China  ....   

Japan  

United  States  

Total  

Great  Britain.  . . . 
B.  W.  Indies  . . . 
United  States. . . . 

Total  

United  States. . . . 


TRADE  AND  NAVIGATION  209 


SESSIONAL  PAPER  No.  11 

of  Imports — Continued. 


Entered  for  Home  Consumption. 

General  Tariff. 

Preferential  Tariff.  Total. 

Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity . 

Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty 
Collected. 

8 

270 
215 
76 
12 
38,558 

$  cts. 

94  50 
75  25 
26  60 
4  20 
13,495  30 

Lbs. 
46,345 

3,830 

8  cts. 
893  75 

Lbs. 

50,826 
822 
834 
37 

530,312 

8 

4,100 
215 
76 
12 
38,558 

$  cts. 

988  25 
75  25 
26  60 
4  20 
13,495  30 

39,131 

13,695  85 

46,345 

3,830 


893  75 

582,831  42,961 

14,589  60 

219           65  70 
53,699      16,109  70 

91,428 



4,408 

881  60 

91,428  4,408 
3,442|  219 
1,253,603  53,699 

• 

881  60 
65  70 
16,109  70 

53,918      16,175  40 

91,428 

4,408 

881  60 

l,348,473j          58.326J         17,057  00 

11,3481       1,418  50 

279           34  88 
3,038          379  75 
1,139          142  37 

567           70  88 
5,087          635  87 
41,584       5,199  95 

943,804 
22,109 
176' 232 

93,540 
2,751 
13,653 

• 

7,795  00 
1,137  33 
229  25 

1,059,156!  104,888 
22,109  2,751 
179,985!  13,932 
85,217  3,038 
5,981  1,139 
10,164;  567 
59,475  5,087 
434,907  41,584 
 1  

9,213  50 
1,137  33 
264  13 
379  75 
142  37 
70  88 
635  87 
5,199  95 

63,042       7,882  20 

1,142,145 

109,944 

9,161  58 

1,856,994|  172,986 

17,043  78 

635          158  75 
103           25  75 
8             2  00 
242           60  50 
2            0  50 
24!            6  00 
22             5  50 
1             0  25 
18,364       4,591  00 

51,262 

10,236 

1,706  22 

61,692 
425 
24 
2,240 
24 
130 
400 
2 

240,024 

10,871 
103 
8 
242 
2 
24 
°2 
1 

18,364 

1,864  97 
25  75 
2  00 
60  50 
0  50 
6  00 
5  50 
0  25 
4,591  00 

19,401        4,850  25 

51,262 

10,236 

1.706  22 

304,961 

29,637 

6.556  47 

1,041 

505 
1,808 

323 
1,191 

312  30 
151  50 
542  40 
96  90 

5,359 

893 

178  60 

21,871 
9,613 

26,189 
8,680 

11,540 

1,934 
505 

1,808 
323 

1,191 

490  90 
151  50 
542  40 
96  90 
357  30 

357  30 

4,868        1,460  40 

5,359 

893 

178  60 

77,893 

5,761 

1,639  00 

344 

78 
2,966 

86  00 
19  50 
741  50 

80,908 
18,724 

19,161 
3,733 

3,193  66 
622  17 

81,984 
19,035 
17,369 

19,505 
3,811 
2,966 

3,279  66 
641  67 
741  50 

3,388 

847  00 

99,632 

22,894 

3,815  83 

118,388 

26,282 

4,662  83 

218 

580  00 

Galls. 



Galls. 

242 

218 

580  00 

ii_ii_i4 


210  CUSTOMS  DEPARTMENT 

No. 


ii 

1-2  edward  vii.,  a.  1902 
1. — General  Statement 


Total  Imports. 


Articles  Imported. 


Countries. 


Quantity. 


Value. 


DUTIABLE  GOODS — Con. 

Spirits  and  wines — 
Ethyl  alcohol,  or  the  substance  known 
as  alcohol,  hydrated  oxide  of  ethyl, 
or  spirits  of  wine  


Galls. 


Great  Britain. 

Germany  

Holland  

United  States. 


Methyl  alcohol,  wood  alcohol,  wood 
naphtha,  pyroxylic  spirits,  wood 
spirits,  or  methylated  spirits  


Total , 


France  , 

United  States. 

Total  .... 


Absinthe . 


Great  Britain. 

France   

Germany  

St.  Pierre  

Switzerland.  . 
United  States. 

Total .... 


Arrack  or  palm  spirit 


France  

Holland  

United  States. 


Brandy,    including  artificial 
and  imitations  of  brandy. . 


brandy 


Total 


Cordials  and  liqueurs  of  all  kinds, 
N.E.S. ;  mescal,  pulque,  rum  shrub, 
schiedam  and  other  schnapps;  tafia, 
angostura,  and  similar  alcoholic 
bitters  or  beverages  


Great  Britain .  . . 

B.  S.  Africa  

B.  W.  Indies.  .  . 
Austria-Hungary. 

France  

Germany  

Holland  

Spain  

St.  Pierre  

United  States. . . . 


Total 


Great  Britain  

Hong  Kong  

Belgium  

China  

Denmark  

Dutch  W.  Indies. . . 

France  

Germany  

Holland  

Italy  

Japan  

Spain  

St.  Pierre  

Norway  &  Sweden. 
United  States  


Total 


754 
216 


117,299 


118,269 


1 

414 


415 


271 
401 


18 
766 
3 


1,459 


21,412 
10 


222,415 
4 
6 

1,112 

59 
767 


245,785 


3,923 
2,526 


4,610 
76 
100 
8,499 
302 
299 
112 
5 
60 
4 
50 
1,809 

22,375 


186 
149 


22,311 


22,646 


2 
135 


137 


546 
450 


53 
843 
4 


1,896 


11 


16 


51,261 
18 


338,621 
10 
7 

1,790 
103 
1,746 


393,556 


15,627 
1,455 


3,098 
128 
121 
25,963 
413 
628 
312 
4 
204 
20 
117 
9,183 

57,273 


ii  TRADE  AND  NAVIGATION 

SESSIONAL  PAPER  No.  11 

of  Imports — Continued. 


211 


Entered  for  Home  Consumption. 


General  Tariff. 


Preferential  Tariff. 


TotaL 


Value. 


13 
137 

74 
112 


Duty.  Quantity. 


S  cts. 


86  40 
488  80 
731  27 

74  40 


Value.  Duty. 


8  cts. 


Quantity.  Value, 


Galls. 


36 
204 
305 

31 


13 
137 

74 
112 


Duty 
Collected. 


336        1,380  87 


576 


336 


2  40 
"5  51 


1 

32 


57 


91 


33 


87 


932 
682 
12 
53 
704 
4 


991  20 

1,250  40 

31  20 

43  20 

1,351  23 

7  20 


413 
521 
13 
18 
563 
3 


932 
682 
12 
53 
704 
4 


2,387 


3,674  43  i. 


1,531 


2,387 


110 

75 


190 


209  00 
199  20 
9  60 


83 
4 


417  80 


174 


44,827 
18 

35 

is; 

324,720 
59 
121 
2,570 
103 
1,669 


51,136  80 
24  00 
57  60 
7  20 
490,437  26 
98  40 
614  40 
4,219  20 
141  60 
1,821  60 


21,307 
10 
24 

3 

204,349 
41 

256 
1,758 
59 
759 


110 

75 
5 


190 


374,137     548,558  06 


228,566 


44,827 
18 
35 
15 

324.72m 
59 
121 
2,570 
103 
1,669 


374.137 


10.028 
1,429 

8 

3,126 
102 
9 

25,807 
216 
601 
342 

41 


6,878  40 
5,884  80 
4  80 
11,138  40 
180  00 
4  80 
19,479  07 
283  20 
585  60 
314  40 
12  00 


2,866 
2,452 
2 

4,641 
75 
2 

8,116 
118 
244 
131 


10,028 
1,429 

8 

3,126 
102 
9 

25.807 
216 
601 
312 
4 


20 
36 
6,538* 


9  60 
36  00 
2,700  00 


4 

15 
1,125 


20 
36 
6,538 


48,266      47,511  07 
11— ii_14i 


19,796 


48,266 


212  CUSTOMS  DEPARTMENT 

No. 


ii 

1-2  EDWARD  VII.,  A.  1902 

L — General  Statement 


Total  Imports. 


DUTIABLE  GOODS — Con. 

Spirits  and  wines — 
Gin  of  all  kinds,  N.E.S  


Articles  Imported. 


Countries. 


Rum 


Whiskey. 


All  spirituous 
N.O.P  


or   alcoholic  liquors, 


Spirits  and  strong  waters  of  any  kind 
mixed  with  any  ingredient  or  in 
gredients,  as  being  or  known  or  de- 
signated as  anodynes,  elixirs,  es- 
sences, extracts,  lotions,  tinctures 
or  medicines,  or  medicinal  wines  (so 
called),  or  ethereal  and  spirituous 
fruit  essences,  N.E,S  


Great  Britain. . 
JB.  S.  Africa... 
B.  W.  Indies. . . 
Newfoundland . 

Belghim  

France  

Germany  

Holland  

St.  Pierre  

Switzerland. . . . 
United  States. . 


Total 


Great  Britain . . 
B.  S.  Africa... 

B.  Guiana  

B.  W.  Indies  . . 
Newfoundland . 

Cuba  

France   

Holland  ...  . 

St.  Pierre  

United  States. . 


Total 


Great  Britain . 
B.  S.  Africa. . . 
B.  W.  Indies  . 

China  

France  

Germany  

Holland  

St.  Pierre  

United  States. 


Total. 


Great  Britain ...... 

B.  W.  Indies.  ... 

Hong  Kong  , 

China  

France  

Germany  

Norway  &  Sweden  , 
United  States  


Total 


Great  Britain. 

China  

France  

Germany .... 

Italy  

United  States. 

Total  


Quantity.  Value. 


Galls. 


80,630 
2 


592,447 
268 
74 
241 


673,712 


28,068 
23 
50,577 
20,824 
2 
31 
9,652 


55 
3,283 


112,515 


476,220 
52 
221 
12 
809 
11 
49 
35 
6,826 


484,235 


154 
10 
7 

5,563 
658 
40 
2 
31 


6,465 


281 
34 
171 
611 
6 

554 
1,657 


76,883 
1 


9 
16 


239,992 
214 
31 
527 


317,673 


21,219 
22 

20,365 

10,443 
4 
26 

10,971 


51 
1,503 


64,604 


679,356 
94 
271 
4 

1,305 
34 
6 
23 
18,646 


699,739 


202 
30 

5 

4,081 
1,052 

24 
5 

45 


5,444 


2,065 
14 

2,103 

1,354 
13 

5,037 

10,586 


ii  TRADE  AND  NAVIGATION 

SESSIONAL  PAPER  No.  11 

op  Imports — Continued. 


213 


Entered  for  Home  Consumption. 


General  Tariff. 

Preferential  Tariff. 

Total. 

Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity. 

Valne. 

Duty. 

i  Quantity. 

™»-     1  CcJkSd. 

t 

58  700 

$  cts. 
130.132  SO 

$ 

$  cts. 

Galls. 

1 

54,222 
2 
18 
10 
40 
219 
45 

517,156 
2i  >S 
74 
517 

$ 

56,700 
1 
16 
9 
16 
166 
19 

215,121 
214 
31 
497 

$  cts. 

130,132  80 
4  80 

1             4  80 
16             43  20 
9            24  00 
16           96  00 
166          525  60 
10          108  00 
215,121  1,241.174  45 
214          643  20 
31          177  60 
497        1.240  80 







43  20 
24  00 
96  00 
525  60 
108  00 
1,241,174  45 
643  20 
177  60 
1,240  80 

272,790  1,374,170  45 

572.571  272,790 

1,374,170  45 

16,824 
22 
15,633 
11,246 
4 
26 
10,227 
190 
51 
1,722 

59,700  00 
55  20 
103,816  80 
60,974  40 
4  80 
74  40 
19,231  20 
1,260  00 
132  00 
9,616  62 







24,875 
23 
43,257 
25,406 
2 
31 
8,013 
525 
55 
4,007 

16,824 
22 
15,633 
11,246 
4 
26 
10,227 
190 
51 
1,722 

59,700  00 
55  20 
103,816  80 
60,974  40 
4  80 
74  40 
19,231  20 
1,260  00 
132  00 
9,616  62 

55,945 

254,865  42 

106,194  '  55,945 

254,865  42 

604,251 

161 

640 
56 
7 
23 
11,294 

1,000.615  20 
124  80 
436  80 
28  80 
780  00 
79  20 
19  20 
84  00 
9,376  82 

416,923 
5-2 
182 
12 

325 
33 

8 
35 
3,907 

604,251 
94 
161 
4 
640 
56 
7 
23 
11,294 

1,000,615  20 
124  80 
436  SO, 
28  80| 
780  00 
79  20 
19  20 
84  00 
9,376  82 

616,530  1,011,544  82 

421,477         616,530      1,011,544  82 

133           91  20 
30           24  00 
5           16  80 
4,115      13.417  98 
107          580  80 
60          108  00 
5             4  80 
52           79  20 







38 
10 
7 

5,591 
242 
45 
2 
33 

133 

30 

5 

4,115 
107 
60 

5 
52 

91  20 
24  00 
16  80 
13.417  98 
580  80 
108  00 
4  80 
79  20 

4,507      14,322  7S 

5,968j           4,507j         14,322  78 

2,059        1,289  70 
14           85  80 

1,995          984  90 

1,397        1,878  30 
13           18  30 

5,104        2,873  05 

280 
34 
161 

2,059 
14; 
1  905 

1,289  70 
85  80 

<WU  90 

608           l,397j          1,878  30 
6               13               18  30 
559            5,104           2,873  05 

10, 582  ,       7,130  05 



1,648;          10,582           7,130  05 

214 


CUSTOMS  DEPARTMENT  H 

1-2  EDWARD  VII.,  A.  1902 

No.  L — General  Statement 


Total  Imports. 


Articles  Imported. 


DUTIABLE  GOODS — Con. 

Spirits  and  wines- 
Medicinal    or   medicated    wines  con- 
taining not  more  than  40  per  cent 
of  proof  spirit  


Alcoholic  perfumes  and  perfumed 
spirits,  bay  rum,  cologne  and  laven- 
der waters,  hair,  tooth  and  skin 
washes,  and  other  toilet  prepara- 
tions containing  spirits  of  any  kind, 
in  bottles  or  flasks  containing  not 
more  than  4  ounces  each  


Great  Britain .... 
Austria-Hungary 

China  

France   

United  States.  . . 


it  n  in  bottles,  flasks 
or  other  packages  containing  more 
than  4  ounces  each  


Vermouth   containing   not  more  than 
36  per  cent  of  proof  spirits  


containing  more  than 
cent  of  proof  spirits  


36  per 


Countries. 


Total 


Great  Britain . 
B.  W.  Indies.. 

China  

France  

Germany .  ... 

J  apan  

Switzerland. . . 
United  States. 


Total . 


Great  Britain . 
B.  W.  Indies.. 

France  

Germany  

Porto  Rico. . . . 
Switzerland. . . 
United  States. 


Total . 


Great  Britain . 

France  

Italy  

St.  Pierre. 
Switzerland, . . 
United  States. 


Total . 


Great  Britain . 


Nitrous  ether,    sweet   spirits  of  nitre 
and  aromatic  spirits  of  ammonia.. . 


Wines,   ginger,    containing   not  more 
than  26  per  cent  of  proof  spirits .... 


Great  Britain. 

France  

Germany  

United  states. 


Quantity. 


Galls. 


56 


6 

1,092 
37 


1,191 


900 
3 
26 
1,156 
570 


10 
1,677 


4,342 


201 
2 

1,579 
70 


1 

356 


2,209 


3,587 
5,509 
2,122 
17 
60 
73 

11,368 


Total 


Great  Britain 
France  

Total... 


Value. 


238 


4 

4,235 
151 


4,628 


9,392 
83 
203 
22,100 
6,100 


225 
12,995 


51,098 


4,198 
7 

24,354 
731 


17 

6,32' 


35,034 


4,716 
6,118 
2,594 
35 
107 
110 

13,680 


4 

65 

93 

65 
12 

786 
26 

1,470 
197 

667 
26 

877 

1,760 

770 

2.377 
124 

1,713 
134 

1,715 
71 

2,501 

1,847 

1,786 

Quantity. 


Galls. 


148 
17 

6 

2,806 
37 


3,014 


596 
3 

26 
1,107 
567 
37 
10 
1,789 


4,135 


185 
2 

1,537 
60 
37 
1 

369 
2,191 


1,386 
5,880 
2,000 
17 

*'*75 


9,358 


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op  Imports — Continued. 


215 


Entered  kor  Home  Consumption*. 


General  Tariff. 

Preferential  Tariff. 

Total. 

Value.  Duty. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty 
Collected. 

362 
61 
4 

7,161 
151 

S  cts. 

222  00 
25  50 
9  00 
4,208  64 
55  50 

•S 

S  cts. 

Galls. 

148 
17 
6 

2,806 
37 

I 

362 
61 
4 

7,161 
151 

$  cts. 
* 

222  00 
25  50 
9  00 
4,208  64 

kk  m 

7,739 

9,183 
83 
203 
21,652 
6,310 
79 
225 
13,863 

4,520  64 

3.014              7.739             4.520  64 

4,591  50 
41  50 
101  50 
10,826  00 
3,155  00 
39  50 
112  50 
6,931  50 

596 
3 
26 
1,107 
567 
37 
10 
L789 

9,183 
83 
203 
21,652 
6,310 
79 
•225 
13,863 

4,591  50 
41  50 
101  50 
10,826  On 
3,155  00 
39  50 
112  50 
6,931  50 

51,598 

25,799  001  1  1  

4,135  51,598 

25,799  00 

3,702 
7 

23,728 
616 
36 
17 

6,425 

1,924  SO  

7  60   

13,181  54;  

390  40   

103  20   

9  20   

3,455  60!  



185 
2 

1,537 
60 
37 
1 

369 

3,702 

23,728 
616 
36 
17 
6,425 

1,924  80 
7  60 
13,181  54 
390  40 
103  20 
9  20 
3,455  60 

34,531 

19,072  34 

2,191 

34,531 

19,072  34 

1,823 
6,314 
1,955 
35 

1,247  40 
5,292  23 
1,800  00 
15  30| 

1,386 
5,880 
2,000 

1,823 
6,314 
1,955 
35 

1,247  40 
5,292  23 
1,800  00 
15  30 

114 

67  50 

75 

114 

67  50 

10,241 

8,422  43 

9,358 

10,241 

8,422  43 

6 

9  GO 

4 

fi 

93 
118 
1,100 
197 

1,508 

183  90 
64  20 
1,930  14 
121  50 

65 
12 
667 
26 

93 
118 
1,100 
197 

183  90 
64  20 
1,930  14 
121  50 

2,299  74 

  ..... 

770 

1,508 

2,299  71 

1,301 

68 

1,543  55 
63  90 

1,715 
71 

1,301 
68 

1,543  55 
63  90 

1,369 

1,607  45 

1,786 

1,369 

1,607  45 

216 


CUSTOMS  DEPARTMENT 


1-2  EDWARD  VII.,  A.  1902 

No.  1. — General  Statement 


Articles  Imported. 


DUTIABLE  GOODS — Con. 

Spirits  and  wines — 
Wines,  containing  more  than  26 
cent  of  proof  spirits  


per 


Wines  of  all  kinds,  except  sparkling 
wines,   including  orange,  lemon, 
strawberry,   raspberry,  elder  and 
currant  wines  : — 
Containing  26  p.c.  or  less  of  spirits 


China  

St.  Pierre  

United  States. 

Total.... 


Containing  over  26  p.c.  and  not  over 
27  p.c  


27 


28 


Countries. 


Great  Britain . 

B.  S.  Africa  

Hong  Kong  

Newfoundland  . . . 

Belgium  

China  

France  

F.  Poss.  in  Africa. 

Germany  

Holland  

Italy  

Japan  

Mexico  

Portugal  

Sicily  

St.  Pierre  

Spain  

S.  Poss.  in  Africa.. 

Switzerland  

United  States  


Total  Imports. 


Quantity.  Value 


Galls. 


Total 


Great  Britain. 
Hong  Kong. . . 

China  

France  

Germany  

Holland  

Italy  

Japan  

Portugal  

Spain  

United  States. 


Total. 


Great  Britain . 
Hong  Kong. . . 

China   

France  

Germany  

Italy  

Japan   

Portugal  

Spain  

United  States. 

Total.... 


53 


4,551 
23 
39 
39 
73 
10,783 
123,861 
581 
9,739 
147 
6,609 
3,642 
2 
636 


653 
95,519 
6 
93 
25,908 


282,904 


469 
238 
2,661 
106 


3,189 
273 
29(. 

7,042 
728 


14,996 


362 
312 
3,493 
8 
221 
185 
143 


6,632 
413 

11,769 


32 


6,988 
24 
10 
128 
159 
3,135 
101,913 
205 
9,659 
272 
2,848 
1,330 
6 

926 


375 
37,211 
3 
73 
15,120 


180,385 


Quantity. 


755 


517 

92 


1,615 
107 
256 

3,298 
394 


7,111 


643 
65 

765 
28 
88 
70 
83 


5,076 
866 

7,684 


Galls. 


48 
1 
4 


53 


5,398 
23 
39 
39 
73 
11,099 
121,932 
230 
9,181 
365 
9,540 
3,326 
2 
62 
285 
1,053 
98,205 
6 

93 
24,931 


285,882 


53 
238 

2,661 
137 
567 
108 

8,017 
273 
455 

5,157 
772 


18,438 


634 
312 
3,472 
36 
273 
84 
143 
178 
7,033 
1,252 

13,417 


ii  TRADE  AND  NAVIGATION 

SESSIONAL  PAPER  No.  11 

op  Imports — Continued. 


217 


Entered  fob  Home  Consumption. 


General  Tariff. 


Preferential  Tariff. 


Total. 


Value. 


Duty. 


Quantity 


Value.  Duty. 


Quantity. 


Value. 


Duty 
Collected. 


8   cts . 


115  20 
2  40 
9  60 


127  20 


S  cts. 


Galls. 


.53 


32 


2,689  60 
12  95 
12  75 
48  15 
65  95 







3,760  55 
30,413  16 
75  20 
5,055  55 
158  15 
3,605  10 
1,234  90 
2  30 
77  60 
98  25 
377  85 





|jp  .... 



25,112  75 
2  40 
45  15 
10,572  79 







83.421  10 

5,398 
23 
39 
39 
73 
11,099 
121,932 
230 
9,181 
365 
9,540 
3,326 
2 
62 
285 
1,053 
98,205 
6 
93 
24,931 


5,147 
24 
10 
128 
159 
3,286 
95,616 
59 
9,219 
223 
4,067 
1,1-8 
6 
207 
90 
581 
37,499 
3 
73 
14,656 


>•  cts 


115  20 
2  40 
9  60 


127  20 


2,680 
12 
12 
48 
65 
3,760 
30,413 
75 
5,055 
158 
3,605 
1,234 
2 
77 
98 
377 
25,112 
2 
45 
10,572 


285,  S82 


172,231 


83,421  10 


46  64  . 

89  74  . 
900  18| 

69  56; 
233  76; 

46  44  . 
3,331  79!. 
108  54  . 
249  50 
2,554  26! . 
333  46  . 


7,963  87| 


876 

459  34 

65 

116  22 

828 

1,324  72 

38 

22  56 

110 

117  63 

94 

54  24 

83 

69  23 

157 

105  28 

4,540 

3,542  50 

724 

605  32 

7,525 

6,417  04 

53 

106 

46  64 

238 

i  ■ 

89  74 

2,661 

517 

900  18 

137 

104 

69  56 

567 

250 

233  76 

108 

54 

46  44 

8,017 

3,630 

3,331  79 

273 

107 

108  54 

455 

407 

249  50 

5,157 

3,701 

2,554  26 

772 

391 

333  46 

18,438 

9.344 

7,963  87 

634 
312 
3,472 
36 
273 
84 
143 
1781 
7.033 
1.252! 

13,417 


876 
65 

828 
38 

110 
94 
83 

1671 
4,540 

724 

7,525 


459  34 

116  22 
1,324  72 

22  56 

117  63 
54  24 
69  23 

105  28 
3,542  50 
605  32 

C,417  04 


218 


CUSTOMS  DEPARTMENT 

No. 


ii 

1-2  edward  vii.,  a.  1902 
1. — General  Statement 


Total  Imports. 


DUTIABLE  GOODS— COW. 

Spirits  and  wines — 
Wines  of  all  kinds,  except  sparkling 
wines,  <fec,  containing  over  28  p.c, 
and  not  over  29  p.c  


Articles  Imported. 


29 


30  ii 


30 


31  H 


31 


32  ti 


Countries. 


Great  Britain . 
Hong  Kong. . . 

China  

France  

Germany  

Italy  

Portugal  

Spain  

St.  Pierre  

United  States, 


Great  Britain . . 

Hong  Kong  

China  

France  

Japan  

Portugal  

Spain  

United  States. . 


Great  Britain . . 
British  Africa  . 

Hong  Kong  

Malta  

Newfoundland . 

China  

France  

Italy  

Madeira  

Portugal  

Spain  

St.  Pierre  

United  States. . 


Great  Britain. 
Hong  Kong. . . 
Newfoundland 

China  

France  

Germany.  .  . . 

Italy  

Portugal  

Spain  

United  States. 


Quantity. 


Value. 


Galls. 


1.408 

552 
2,466 
108 
697 
648 
530 
4,584 
52 
1,552 


12,597 


1,266 
1,168 
2,241 
211 
254 
1,265 
15,559 
2,007 


23,969 


1,173 
44 
3,102 
88 
121 
13,097 


46 
1,423 
7,510 
6 


27,398 


2,503 
851 
2 

1,710 
446 
112 
108 

4,032 
12,100 

1,884 

23,748 


1,547 
106 
495 
74 
286 
388 
655 

4,195 
40 

1,180 


8,966 


1,540 
211 
423 
254 
94 
1,120 
13,592 
2,726 


19,960 


2,329 
45 
565 
119 
456 

3,038 


146 
1,848 
8,858 
20 

646 


18.070 


3,532 
155 
8 
383 
429 
121 
63 
5,250 
13,135 
1,237 

24,313 


ii  TRADE  AND  NAVIGATION 

SESSIONAL  PAPER  No.  11 

of  Imports — Continued. 


219 


Entered  for  Home  Consumption-. 


General  Tariff. 


Preferential  Tariff. 


Total. 


Value.  Duty.     .  Quantity.     Value,        Duty.     |  Quantity. 


Value. 


Duty 
Collected. 


1,788 
106 
495 
78 
252 
142 
642 

3,551 
40 

1,268 


8  cts. 


1,145  68 
219  48 
936  94 
68  96 
282  32 
119  78 
414  28 

2,378  43 
29  68 
939  02 


8,362       6,584  57, 


$  eta.  Galls. 


1.702 

552 
2,466 
134 
608 
227 
652 
3,863 
52 
1,643 


11.989 


1,788 
106 
495 
78 
252 
142 
642 

3,551 
40 

1,268 


8,362 


1,834 
211 
463 
516 
94 
1,393 
11,462 
2,606 


1,036  38 
495  46 
986  57 
320  93 
122  18 
803  44 
7,974  61 
1,428  56 


18,579      13,168  13 


1.314 
1,168 
2,291 
449 
254 
1,042 
12,262 
1.748 


20.528 


1,834 
211 
463 
516 
94 
1,393 
11,462 
2,606 


18,5791 


2,844 
45 
565 
119 
456 

3,038 
257 
183 
146 

1,186 

9,348 
20 
796 


1,648  00 
31  10 
1,410  30 
70  90 
185  20 
6,150  20 
155  50 
120  90' 
62  20 
801  40 
6,102  36 
8  40 
670  80 


19,003      17,417  26 


1,987 
44 
3.102 

121 
13.097 
196 
165 
46 
1,114 
-.244 
6 

1,080 


29,290 


2.>44 

45 
565 
119 
456 
3,038 
257 
183 
146 
1,186 
9,348 
20 
796 


19,003 


4,3S4 
144 
8 
373 
401 
121 
170 

4,386 
12,945 
912 


2,769  89 
381  61 
3  26 
845  48 
275  53 
84  46 
140  44 
2,812  63 
9,398  18 
888  50 


3,383 
787 
2 

1,706 
361 
112 
208 

3,481 
12,825 

1,430 


4,384 
144 
8 
373 
401 
121 
170 

4,386 
12,945 
912 


23,844|      17,599  98, 


24,295 


23,844 


220 


CUSTOMS  DEPARTMENT  H 

1-2  EDWARD  VII.,  A.  1902 

No.  1— General  Statement 


Total  Imports. 


Articles  Imported. 


Countries. 


Quantity. 


Value. 


DUTIABLE  GOODS— Con. 

Spirits  and  wines — 
Wines  of  all  kinds,  except  sparkling 
wines,  &c,  containing  over  32  p.c. 
and  not  over  33  p.c  


33 


34  „ 


34 


35 


35 


36 


36 


37 


Galls. 


Great  Britain. 
Hong  Kong.  . 
Newfoundland 

China  

France   

Portugal  

Spain  

United  States. 


Great  Britain . 
Hong  Kong.  . . 

China   

France  

Italy  

Portugal  

Spain  

United  States. 


Total. 


Great  Britain . . 
Newfoundland . 

China   

France  

Portugal  

Spain  .  t  

United  States. . 


Total . 


Great  Britain . . 
Hong  Kong. . . 
Newfoundland 

China  

France  

Italy  

Portugal  

Spain. ...   

United  States. . 


Total. 


Great  Britain . 

China  

France  

Portugal  

Spain  

United  States. 

Total  


1,885 
178 
51 
2,433 
289 
3,951 
6,909 
1,655 


17,351 


2,570 
2 
648 
636 
341 
5,376 
6.655 
1,061 


17,289 


3,383 
57 
29 
255 
6,176 
3,8 
500 

14,289 


3,859 
24 
79 
42 
52 


5,091 
2,438 
119 

11,704 


657 
38 


985 
676 
218 

2,574 


3,079 
33 
162 
473 
331 
4,667 
7,733 
1,575 


18,053 


3,486 
2 
124 
929 
305 
7,122 
8,165 
749 


20,882 


5,027 
187 
5 
291 
8,397 
6,050 
330 

20,287 


6,552 
5 
250 
10 
44 


7,280 
3,837 
206 

18,184 


1,456 


2,490 
1,162 
111 

5,227 


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221 


Entered  for  Home  Consumption. 


General  Tariff. 

Preferential  Tariff. 

Total. 

Value.  Duty. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty.  Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty 
Collected. 

3,271 
33 
162 
476! 
575 
4,602 
,  7,821 
1,587 

$  cts. 

1,758  70 
91  78 
72  06 
1,268  88 
358  67 
2,9%  58 
5,309  62 
1,177  60 

• 

•s 

S  cts. 

Galls. 

1,690 
178 
51 
2,448 
407 
3,513 
6,442 
1,525 

3,251 
33 
162 
476 
575 
4,602 
7,821 
1,587 

$  cts. 

1,758  70 
91  78 
72  06 
1,268  88 
358  67 
2,996  58 
5,309  62 
1,177  60 





18,527 

13,033  89 

  16,254 

18,527|        13,033  89 

3,811 
2 
124 
453 
31 
7,079 
9,645 
463 

2,275  20 
1  58 
354  72 
320  63 
20  57 
4,583  01 
6,376  08 
499  05 

2,310 
2 
648 
377 
23 
5,019 
7,113 
735 

3,811 
2 
124 
453 
31 
7,079 
9,645 
463 

2,275  20 
1  58 
3C4  72 
320  63 
20  57 
4,583  01 
6,376  08 
499  05 

21,608|      14,430  84 

 1  16,227 

21,608=         14,430  84 

3.753 
187 
5 
278 
6,520 
4,992 
256 

2,255  86 
85  74 
15  54 
162  44 
4,665  33 
3,195  40 
269  72 

2,173 
57 
27 
152 
5,211 
3,265 
371 

3,753 
187 
5 
278 
6,520 
4,992 
256 

2,255  86 
85  74 
15  54 
162  44 
4,665  33 
3,195  40 
269  72 

15,991 

10,650  03 



11,256 

15,991          10,650  03 

4,467 
5 
250 
10 
129 
11 
6,348 
4,061 
244 

2,533  05 
14  70 
118  45 
26  10 
83  25 
25  30 
4,385  53 
2,762  70 
154  05 



2,169 
24 
79 
42 
81 
40 
4,511 
2,808 
147 

4,467 
5 
250 
10 
129 
11 
6,348 
4,061 
244 

2,533  05 
14  70 
118  45 
26  10 
83  25 
25  30 
4,385  53 
2,762  70 
154  05 

15,525 

10,103  13 

9,901 

15,525j         10,103  13 

1,727 
8 

174 
2,922 
1,333 

111 

1,012  2T 
24  44 
146  Id 

1,652  67 
818  08 
159  74 

h:':::":: 

852 
38 
162 
1,338 
721 
218 

1,727           1,012  26 
8               24  44 
174             146  16 
2,922           1,652  67 
1,333             818  08 

111                       IriQ  71 

6,275 

3,813  35 

3,329 

6,275 

3,813  35 



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1-2  EDWARD  VII.,  A.  1902 

No.  1. — General  Statement 


Total  Imports. 


DUTIABLE  GOODS — Con. 

Spirits  and  wines — 
Wines  of  all  kinds,  except  sparkling 
wines,  &c,  containing  over  37  p.c, 
and  not  over  38  p.c  


Articles  Imported. 


38 


39  „ 


88 


Countries. 


Great  Britain 

China  

Portugal  

Spain.  ...... 

United  States. 


Total. 


China  

Portugal  

Spain  

United  States. 


Total. 


Great  Britain . 

China  

France  

Spain  

United  States. 


Champagne  ana  all  other  sparkling 
wines,  in  bottles  containing  each  not 
more  than  a  quart  but  more  than  a 
pint,  old  wine  measure  


Total. 


In  bottles  containing  not  more  than  a 
pint  but  more  than  half  pint, 
old  wine  measure  


In  bottles  containing  one  half  pint 
each  or  less   


Great  Britain 

B.  S.  Africa  

Austria-  Hungary 

France  

Germany  

Holland  

Switzerland  

United  States. . . 

Total  


Great  Britain 
B.  S.  Africa. 

Belgium  

France   .  ... 

Germany  

Holland  

United  States 

Total 


France  

United  States 

Total  . . . 


Quantity. 

Value. 

Quantity. 

Galls. 

$ 

Galls. 

328 
63 
282 


223 


896 


150 


150 


81 

39 
4 

390 


514 


Doz. 

619 
1 
1 

5,980 
70 
10 
4 
66 


6,751 


304 
13 
953 


492 


1,762 


•2,s 


28 


166 
7 

13 
367 


553 


10,435 
10 
6 

78,867 
573 
75 
32 
738 


90,736 


736 
1 
2 

19,523 
116 
10 

6,748 
10 

8 

132,321 
556 
39 

415 
1 
2 

16,313 
130 

164 

1,675 

156 

20,552 

141,357 

17,017 

929 
7 

2,125 
18 

909 
98 

936 

2,143 

1,007 

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Entered  for  Home  Consumption. 


General  Tariff.                            Preferential  Tariff.  Total. 

Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty.  Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty 
Collected. 

S 

274 
13 
631 
181 

$  cts. 

251  78 
42  33 
377  79 
118  96 
283  63 

S 

$  cts. 

Galls. 

278 
63 
309 
106 
223 

S 

274 
13 
631 
181 
492 

8  cts. 

251  78 
42  33 
377  79 
118  % 
283  63 

1,591 

1  (\71  <1Q 
X,Ui  -i  *±v 

979 

1  591 

1  074  49 

28 
44 
14 
7 

104  40 

25  36 
15  72 
3  38 

150 
19 
18 
2 

28 
44 
14 
7 

104  40 
25  36 
15  72 
3  38 

93 

148  86 

  189 

93 

148  86 

166 
7 
13 

104  41 

28  23 
6  58 

81 
39 
4 

166 
7 
13 

104  41 

28  23 
6  58 

35 

18  54 

12 

35 

18  54 

221 

7,394 
10 

6 

70,569 
672 

157  76 



136 

221 

157  76 

:  .  .    .  .v,  !; 
1,848  50 
2  50 
1  50 
17,756  66 
168  00 







411 
1 
1 

5,234 
100 

7,394 
10 
6 

70,569 
672 

1,848  50 
2  50 
1  50 
17,756  66 
168  00 

32             8  00 
1,202          300  50 



4 

81 

32 
1,202 

8  00 
300  50 

79,885      20,085  66 

5,832 

79,885         20,085  66 

3,386         880  36 
10             2  60 
8             2  08 
105,6041      27,748  93 
573          148  98 

415 
1 

2 

16,313 
130 

3,386 
10 

s 

105,604 
573 

880  36 
2  60 
2  08 
27,748  93 
148  98 

1,633          424  58 

156 

1,633             424  58 

111,214      29,207  53 

17,017 

111,214 

29,207  53 

2,192          812  72 
186'           68  82 

909 

2,192 
186 

812  72 
68  82 

2,378          881  54 

1,007 

2,378 

881  54 

224 


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1-2  edward  vii.,  a.  1902 
1. — General  Statement 


Articles  Imported. 


Countries. 


Total  Imports. 


Quantity. 


Value. 


DUTIABLE  GOODS  —  Con. 

Spirits  and  wines — 
Champagne   and   all   other  sparkling 
wines — 

In  bottles  containing  more  than  one 
quart  each    


Great  Britain 
France  , 


/gall. 
tDoz. 
J  gall 
IDoz. 


2  Sponges,  20  p.  c . 


Total 


Great  Britain . 
B.  W.Indies... 
Cuba ...  ... 

France .  ..... 

Germany  

Greece  

Italy  

Japan  

Turkey  

United  States. 


/gall. 
1  Doz. 


Total 


Starch,  including  farina,  corn  starch,  &c. 


Great  Britain .... 

Hong  Kong  

Austria-Hungary. 

Belgium  

China  

France  

Germany  

Holland  

J  apan  

United  States. . . . 


Lbs. 
298,193 
28,656 


3,920 
65,415 


5,500 
1,596 
75 

995,215 


Total 


1,398,570 


Stearic  acid 


United  States. 


Stockinettes  for  the  manufacture  of  rubber 
boots  and  shoes,  imported  by  manu- 
factures of  rubber  boots  and  shoes, 
for  vise  exclusively  in  the  manufac- 
ture thereof  in  their  own  factories. . 


Stone  and  manufactures  of  : 

Flagstones,  granite,  rough  freestone, 
sandstone  and  all  building  stone, 
not  hammered  or  chiselled  


Great  Britain . 
United  States. 


Total 


Great  Britain. 
United  States. 

Total  .... 


31,419 


Tons. 
1.258 
15,061 

16,319 


367 


367 


8,658 
2,882 
3,258 
29 
30 


31 
67 
119 
25,336 


40,410 


17,688 
412 


170 
932 


104 

73 
4 

40,535 


59,918 


2,831 


10,442 

39,820 


50,262 


3,700 
41,339 

45,039 


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of  Imports — Continued. 


1 

Entered  for  Home  Consumption. 

1 

2 

3 

4 

5 

6 

General  Tariff. 

Preferential  Tariff.  Total. 

Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty.  Quantity. 

Value, 

Duty 
Collected. 

i 

256 
547 

8  cts. 

56  32 
110  33 

f 

8  cts. 

 { 

Galls.  9 
Doz.  16 
Galls.  20 
Doz.  28 

8 

}  256 
}  547 

8  cts. 

56  32 
110  33 

f 

 "**•*  I 

803 

166  65 

Galls.  29 
Doz.  44 

|  803 

166  65 

1,408 

281  60 

6,859 
2,916 

914  61 
388  80 



8,267 
2,916 
4,571 
29 
36 

1,196  21 
388  80 
914  20 
5  80 
7  20 

5  00 

6  20 

lO  If) 

lo  40 
23  80 
4,885  80 

4,571 
29 
36 

or; 
ZD 

31 

Of 

119 
24,429 

914  20 

5  80 
7  20 
o  UU 

6  20 
13  40 
23  80 

4,885  80 



ZD 

31 

119 
24,429 

30,715 

6,143  00 

9.775 

1.303  41 

40,490 

7,446  41 

942 
412 

258 

OK 
OO 

932 
32 

844 
73 
4 

40,364 

351  37 
429  84 

B0  00 

29  40 
981  23 

19  80 
536  37 

23  94 
1  12 
14,893  45 

Lbs. 
303,469 

19,997 

3,034  68 

Lbs. 
«>2b,8y4 
28  656 
4,000 
1,960 
65,415 
1,320 
35,758 
1,596 
75 

992,866 

20,939 
412 
258 
85 
932 
32 
844 
73 
4 

40,364 

3,386  05 
429  84 
60  00 
29  40 
981  23 
19  80 
536  37 
23  94 
1  12 
14,893  45 



43,946 

17,326  52  303,469 

19,997 

3,034  68 

1,458,540 

63,943 

20,361  20 

2,831 

566  20 

31,419 

2,831 

566  20 

39,820 

5,973  00 

11,819 

1,181  90 

11,819 

39,820 

1,181  90 
5,973  00 

39,820 

5.973  00   

11,819 

1,181  90 

51,639 

7,154  90 

18 
41,339 

2  70 
6,200  85 

Tons. 
1,257 

3,682 

368  20 

Tons. 
1,258 
15,061 

3,700  !            370  90 
41,339)          6,200  85 

41,357 

6,203  »|  1,257 

3,682 

368  20 

16,319 

45,039           6,571  75 

11 — ii — 15 


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CUSTOMS  DEPARTMENT  a 

1-2  EDWARD  VII.,  A.  1902 

No.  1. — General  Statement 


Total  Imports. 


DUTIABLE  GOODS — Con. 

Stone  and  manufactures  of — 
Granite  and   freestones,   dressed ;  all 
other  building  stone  dressed,  except 
marble  


Articles  Imported. 


Great  Britain . 
United  States. 


Granite,  sawn  only. 


Great  Britain . 
United  States. 


Granite,  finished  and  polished. 


Manufactures  of,  N .  O .  P 


Flagstones,  dressed. 


Grindstones,    not    mounted   and  not 
less  than  36  inches  in  diam  


Grindstones,  N.E.S 


8      Paving  blocks  

Manufactures  of  stones,  N.O.P. 


Straw 


Countries. 


Total 


Total 


Great  Britain. 
United  States. 

Total  ... 


Great  Britain. 

France  

United  States. 


Total 


United  States. 


Great  Britain . . 
United  States. 


Total 


Great  Britain. 

China  

United  States. . 


Total 


United  States. 


Great  Britain . 
Hong  Kong . . . 

France  ... 

Germany  

Italy  

United  States. 


Total  

United  States. . 


Quantity. 


Tons. 


26 
143 


169 


13 
122 


135 


687 
69 

756 


14 


11 


Value. 


98 
941 


1,039 


97 
699 


796 


19,437 
1,093 


20,530 


18,659 
186 
2,306 


21,151 


Quantity. 


Tons. 


143 


143 


122 


122 


4 
0!) 


73 


116 


6,030 
32,943 


14 


38,973 


154 
13 
6,036 


6,203 


8,053 


818 
3 
37 
434 
19 
14,729 


16,040 


104 


11 


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of  Imports — Continued. 


Entered  for  Home  Consumption. 

General  Tariff.                           Preferential  Tariff. 

Total. 

Value. 

Duty.     '  Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity. 

Value, 

Duty 
Collected. 

$ 

9  cts. 

.... 

Ions. 

26 

8 

98 

8  cts. 
13  07 

Tons. 

26 

1 

98 
941 

I  ate 

13  07 
188  20 

941 

188  20 

941 

188  20 

26 

98 

13  07 

169 

1,039 

201  27 

.  97 

12  93 

13 
122 

97 
699 

12  93 
140  08 

699 

140  08 

699 

140  08 

13 

97 

12  93 

135 

796 

153  01 

133 
1,093 

46  55 

382  55 

B8S 

19,304 

4,504  39 

687 
69 

19,437 
1,093 

4,550  94 
382  55 

1,226 

429  10 

683 

19,304 

4,504  39 

756 

20,530 

4,933  49 

861 
186 
2,306 

301  35 
65  10 
807  10 

17,867 

4,169  28 

18,728 
186 
2,306 

4,470  63 
65  10 
807  10 



3,353 

1,173  55 

17,867 

4,169  28 

21,220 

5,342  83 

116 

23  35 

14 

116 

23  35 



• 

6,030 

603  00 

6,030 
32,943 

603  00 
4,941  45 

32,943 

4,941  45 

32,943 

4,941  45 

6,030 

603  00 

38,973 

5,544  45 

76 
13 
6,036 

19  00 

3  25 
1,509  00 

78 

13  01 

154 
13 
6,036 

•- 

32  01 

o  OK 
O  -SO 

1,509  00 

• 

6,125 
8,053 

1,531  25 

78 

13  01 

6,203 

1,544  26 

• 

1,610  60 

8,068 

1,610  60 

19 
3 
37 

5  70 
0  90 
11  10 

79a 

159  80 

818 
3 

37 
434 

19 

14,729 

165  50 
0  90 
il  10 
130  20 
5  70 
4,418  81 

4  M          130  20 
19             5  70 
14,729        4,418  81 

15,241 

4.572  41 

799< 

Mi  M 

16,040 

4,732  21 

104 

20  80 

11  104 

20  801 

ll_ii_15J 


228 


CUSTOMS  DEPARTMENT  H 

1-2  EDWARD  VII.,  A.  1902 

No.  1. — General  Statement 


Articles  Imported. 


Total  Imports. 


Countries. 


Quantity. 


Value. 


Quantity. 


DUTIABLE  GOODS — Con. 


Straw — 

1      Carpeting,  rugs,  mats  and  matting 


Great  Britain. 
Hong  Kong. . . . 

China  

Germany  

Japan   

United  States. , 


Total. 


Manufactures  of,  N.O.P. 


Great  Britain. . 
B.  W.  Indies.. 
Hong  Kong  . . . 
Newfoundland . 

Belgium  

France   

Germany  

Holland   

Japan   

United  States . , 


Total . 


Sugars,  syrups  and  molasses- 
Sugar,  above  No.  16  D.S.  in  colour,  and 
all  refined  sugars  of  whatever  kinds,  | 

grades  or  standards  Great  Britain . 

Australia  


Sugar,  N.E.S.,  not  above  16  D.S. 
colour,  sugar  drainings,  or  pumpkigs 
drained  in  transit,  melado  or  con- 
centrated melado,  tank  bottoms  and 
sugar  concrete  


B.  Guiana  

B.  W.  Indies..  . . 

Hong  Kong  

Austria-Hungary . 

Belgium  

China  

Cuba  

Germany  

Holland...   

Porto  Rico  

Russia  

St.  Pierre  

United  States. . . . 

Total  


Great  Britain 

Australia  

B.  Guiana   

B.  W.  Indies. . . . 

Hong  Kong  

Belgium   

China  

Dutch  E.  Indies. 

France   

Germany  

Peru  

United  States 


Total. 


Lbs. 
9,308,989 
44,800 
216 
932,541 
332,976 
190,400 
2,144,469 
876,851 


4,965,035 
5,697,504! 
1,922 
468,245 
180  i 
14,739,912 


18,523,512 


1,030 
141 
4,187 
2 

33,036 
1,648 


40,044 


1,259 
44 
20 
1 

196 
53 
9,191 
1,899 
9 

1,749 


14,421 


248,190 
1,588 
6 

24,310 
10,418 
5,584 
60,274 
26,796 


135,625; 
165,2891 

59 
14,041 

U 

451,414 


39,704,040  1,143,605 


401.062 


4. 
22, 

123; 

13. 
34; 
63i 
15. 
4, 


912,748 
163,666 

8,662 
473,527 

5,676 
204,888 
903,148 
410,183 
001,837 
979,724 


300,587,571 


96,130 
493.075 
131 

2,794,234 
113 
311,675 
786,618 

1,384,798 
412,873 
129,026 


Lbs. 

8,387,894 
70 
216 
181,417 
409,411 
'  196,224 
1,933,953 
554,983 
1,000 
4,461,701 
5,334,575 
1,177 
254,462 
180 

15,013,273 


36,730,536 


11,065,414 


57,167 
44,944 
8,662 
125,997,600 
5,676 
4,670,257 
33,066,117 
79,479,589 
10,219,125 
2,670,875 


6,809,735,  267.2S5.426 


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Entered  for  Home  Consumption. 


General  Tariff. 


Preferential  Tariff. 


Total- 


Value. 


Duty.  Quantity. 


Value.         Duty.      '  Quantity. 


Value. 


Duty 
Collected. 


|  cts. 


38 

9  50 

141 

35  25 

4,187 

1,046  75 

2 

50 

33,036 

8,259  00 

1,598 

399  50 

39,002 

9,750  50 

992 


>  cts. 


165  35 


1,030 
141 
4,187 

2 

33,036 
1,598 


•S  cts. 


174  85 
35  25 
1,046  75 
0  ZO 
8,259  00 
399  50 


992 


165  35 


39,994 


1,241 

24S  20 

20 



4  00 

1 

0  20 

196 

39  20 

53 

10  60 

9,191 

1,838  20 

1.899 

379  80 

1,749 

349  80 

 \  

14,350 

2,870  00 

2  40 
5  87 


1,259 
44 
20 
1 

196 
53 
9,191 
1,899 


1,749 


9,915  85 


250  60 
5  87! 
4  00 
0  20 
39  20 
10  60 
1,838  20 
379  80 


349  80 


62 


8  27 


14,412 


224,820 

96,602 

60 

3 

1 

29 

6 

2 

58 

5,558 

2,389 

94 

12,041 

5,177 

63 

5,753 

2,473 

79 

54,475 

23,424 

25 

17,584 

7,561 

12 

25 

10 

75 

121,892 

52,413 

56 

156,071 

67,110 

53 

38 

16 

34 

7,990 

3,435 

70 

11 

4 

73 

441,009 

189,533 

55 

Lbs. 
16,750 


532 


152  51 


767,636        20,604        5,483  44 


Lbs. 
8,404 


949 
409 
196 

1,933, 
554. 
1. 

4,461. 

5,334, 
1, 
254, 

15.013, 


i  .44 
70 
216 
053 
411 
2-2-1 
953 
983 
000 
701 
575 
177 
462 
180 
273 


225.352 
3 
6 

26,162 
12,041 
5,753 
54,475 
17,584 
25 

121,892 
156,071 

38 
7,990 

11 

441,009 


242,206 


1. 
1. 

2,859. 

134 
736 
1.774. 
289, 
74 


638 
214 
131 
146 
113 
476 
859 
210 
842 
801 


74,375  66  974,578 

  10,666,622 

502  86  2,114,148 
372  70  18,139,137 

40  221   

874,823  91   

34  69!  I 

41,284  13   

226,215  71   

545,091  38   

88,981  49   

22.963  91!  


24,608 
257,680 

55,188 
372,710 


4,756  75 
49,809  54 
10,667  84 
72,090  15 


12,039.992 
10,666,622 
2,171,315 
18,184,081 
8,662j 
125,997,600! 
5,676; 
4,670,257 
33,066,117 
79,479,589 
10,219,125; 
2,670,875 


56,  t 
373,924 
131 
2,859,146 
113 
134,475 
736,859 
1,774,210 
289,842 
74,801 


6,114,696  1,874.686  66  31,894,485      710,186     137,324  28  299,179,911 


6,824,882 


2,878  27 


1,047,276     450,158  36!      784,386       21,136       c,635  95     37,514,922  1,068,412 


79,132  41 
49,809  54 
11,170  701 
72,462  85 
40  22 
-7  i.-23  91 
34  69; 
41,284  13 
226,215  71 
545,091  38 
88,981  49 
22,963  91 


2,012,010  94 


t 

CUSTOMS  DEPARTMENT  H 

1-2  EDWARD  VII.,  A.  1902 

No.  1. — General  Statement 


Total  Imports. 


Articles  Imported. 


Countries. 


Quantity. 


Value. 


DUTIABLE  GOODS—  Con. 

Sugars,  syrups  and  molasses — 
Syrups  and  molasses  of  all  kinds,  N.O. 
P.,  the  product  of  the  sugar  cane  or 
beet,   N.E.S.,  and  all  imitations 
thereof  or  substitutes  therefor  


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  in  the  original  pack- 
age in  which  it  was  placed  at  the 
point  of  production  and  not  after- 
wards subjected  to  any  process  of 
treating  or  mixing.  Testing  by 
polariscope,  40  degrees  or  over  


Great  Britain . . 

Australia  

B.  VV.  Indies.. . 

China  

United  States. , 

Total  ..  . 


Great  Britain. . . . 
B.  Guiana. ...  . 
B.  W.  Indies.. 
Newfoundland.  . 
Danish  W.  Indies 

Porto  Rico  

United  States  


39 

38  n 

37  n 

36  h 

35  .< 


Sugar  candy,  brown  or  white,  and  con 
fectionery,  including  sweetened 
gums,  candied  peel  and  pop  corn 


Lbs. 


5,437 
560 
11,516 
80 

1,754,301 


1,771,804 


Total . 


Galls. 

471,026 
19,717 
2,237,543 
122 
8,720 
869,335 
729,923 


4,336,386 


Danish  W.  Indies . 
United  States  

Total  


1,340 


1,340 


Danish  W.  Indies. 
United  States. 


Total . 


464 


464 


United  States  

Danish  W.  Indies. 


S4 


United  States. 


Great  Britain . 
Hong  Kong. . . 

Belgium  

China  . .  

France  

Germany  

Holland  

Italy  

J apan   

United  States. 

Total..  . 


1,922 


Lbs. 
911,551 
11,429 
430 
19,802 
35,575 
373 


2,464 
325 
411,597 

1,393,546 


209 
26 
416 
1 

32,730 


33,382 


99,688 
5,322 
481,663 
38 
1,695 
237,215 
211,221 


1,036,842 


337 


337 


100 


100 

24 


398 


80,325 
387 
16 
693 
7,666 
90 


151 
15 
60,953 

150,296 


TRADE  AND  NAVIGATION  231 


SESSIONAL  PAPER  No.  11 

on  Imports — Continued. 


Entered  for  Home  Consumption. 

General  Tariff. 

Preferential  Tariff.                                     Total . 

Value.  Duty. 

Quantity . 

Value. 

Duty.        Quantity.  ,  Value. 

Duty 
Collected . 

S 

29 
39 

1 

32,965 

S  cts. 

10  54 
14  44 

60 

13,197  58 

Lbs. 

13,792 
105,175 

$ 

331 
2,342 

§  cts. 

68  96 

525  87 

Lbs. 

15,197 
1,926 
105,175 
80 

1,759,653 

360 
39 
2,342 
1 

32,965 

8  cts. 

79  50 
14  44 

525  87 
60 

13,197  58 

33,034 

15 
126 
41,145 
38 
1,713 
268,931 
212,391 

13,223  16 

118,967 

2,673 

594  83 

1,882,031 1  35,707 

13,817  99 

91 
8  48 
3,239  46 
2  14 
154  03 
15,967  41 
12,791  19 

Galls, 

300,240 
5,611 
2,009,976 

67,936 
1,499 
471,696 

3,502  80 
65  47 
23,449  91 

Galls. 

300,292 
6,096 
2,195,088 
122 
8,802 
912,423 
730,906 

67,951 
1,625 
512,841 
38 
1,713 
268.931 
212,391 

-- 

3,503  71 
73  95 
26,689  37 
2  14 
154  03 
15,967  41 
12,791  19 

524,359 

32,163  62 

2,315,827 

541,131 

27,018  18 

4,153,729 

1,065,490 

59,181  80 

176 

629 

27  97 
66  17 



1,017 

2;406 

176 
629 

27  97 
66  17 

805 

94  14 

3,423 

805 

94  14 

158 
365 

40  39 
58  16 

1,077 
1,551 

158 
365 

40  39 
58  16 

523 

98  55 

2,628 

523 

98  55 

24             3  99 

84 

24 

3  99 

179 

59  17 

1,029 

179 

59  17 

398 

130  38 





1,922 

398 

130  38 

1,501 
387 
77 
693 
7,864 
90 
20 
401 
15 
61,012 

72,060 

609  35 
192  60 
38  37 
341  56 
2,934  53 
33  37 
9  88 
174  59 
6  87 
23,423  83 

844,970 

79,422 

 : 



21,348  57 



Lbs. 
861,771 
11,429 
2,285 
19,802 
36,426 
373 
576 
6,848 
325 
413,861 

80,923 
387 
77 
693 
7,864 
90 
20 
401 
15 
61,012 

21,957  92 
192  60 
38  37 
341  M 
2,934  53 
3337 
9  88 
174  59 
6  87 
23,423  83 

27,764  95 

844,970 

79,422 

21,348  57 

1,353,696 

151,482 

49,113  52 

232 


CUSTOMS  DEPARTMENT  H 

1-2  EDWARD  VII.,  A.  1902 

No.  1. — General  Statement 


Total  Imports. 


Articles  Imported. 


Countries. 


Quantity. 


Value. 


DUTIABLE  GOODS — Con. 

Sugars,  syrups  and  molasses — 
Glucose  or  grape  sugar,  glucose  syrup 
and  corn  syrup  or  any  syrups  con- 
taining any  admixture  thereof  

Saccharine  or  any  product  containing 
over  one-half  per  cent  thereof  

Sugar,  maple,  and  maple  syrup  

Table  cloths,  all  kinds  


Great  Britain . 
United  States. 
Total.... 


Tallow. 


Tape  lines  of  any  material. 


Tea  of  Ceylon,  black 


green . 


France   

Germany  

Switzerland. . . 
United  States . 

Total  ... 


China  

France   

United  States . 


Total. 


Great  Britain .... 
Austria-Hungary. 

China  

France   

Germany.. ...  . 

Japan   

Switzerland  

United  States  


Total. 


Great  Britain. 
United  States. 

Total 


Great  Britain. 

Germany  

United  States . 

Total..  . 


Great  Britain. 
B.  E.  Indies. . 
United  States. 


Total. 


Great  Britain. 
United  States . 

Total 


Lbs. 


110,538 
9,052,894 


9,163,432 


56 
1,419 
180 
240 


1,895 


50 
14 

107,468 


107,532 


30,595 
84.639 


115,234 


2,300 
500 
9,618 


12,418 


3,910 
4,909 

8,819 


1,725 
155,694 


157,419 


13 
1,231 
343 
436 


2,023 


4 
7 

11,207 


11,218 


36,457 
160 
66 
236 
997 
636 
61 
1,362 


39,975 


2,481 
4,426 


6,907 


4,167 
348 
3,738 


8,253 


332 
200 
1,811 


2,343 


601 
1,349 

1,950 


ii  TRADE  AND  NAVIGATION 

SESSIONAL  PAPER  No.  11 

of  Imports — Continued. 


233 


Entered  for  Home  Consumption. 


General  Tariff.  Preferential  Tariff.  Total. 


Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity . 

Value. 

Duty.  Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty 
Collected. 

S 

1,725 
155,944 

$  cts. 

829  03 
67,950  77 

Lbs. 

$ 

$  cts. 

Lbs. 

110,538 
9,060,069 

$  cts. 

1,725 
155,944 

8  cts. 

829  03 
67,950  77 

157,669 

68,779  80 

9,170,607 

157,669 

68,779  80 

13 
1.231 
343 
436 

2  60 
246  20 
68  60 
87  20 

56 
1,419 
180 
240 

13 
1,231 
343 
436 

2  60 
246  20 
68  60 
87  20 

2,023 

404  60 



1,895!  1MB 
1 

404  60 

4 

21 
8,564 

0  80 
4  20 
1,712  80 

50 
74 

89,657 

4 
21 
8,564 

0  so 

4  20 
1,712  SO 

8,589 

1,717  80 

89,781 

8,589 

1,717  80 

4,209        1,262  70 
160            48  00 

32,414 

6,482  80 

36,623 
160 
66 
236 
997 
636 
61 
1,341 

7,745  50 
48  00 
19  80 
70  80 
299  10 
190  80 
18  30 
402  30 

66 
236 
997 
636 

61 
1,341 

19  80 
70  80 
299  10 
190  80 
18  30 
402  30 

.  7,706 

2,311  80 

32.414 

6,482  80 

40,120 

8,794  60 

4.426 

885  20 

30,595 

2,481 

330  81 

30,595 
84,639 

2,481 
4,426 

330  81 
885  20 

4.426          885  20 

30,595 

2,481 

330  81 

115,234 

6,907 

1.216  01 

136           34  00 

4,031 

672  00 

4,167 
348 
3,738 

706  00 

87  00 
934  50 

348 
3,738 

87  00 
934  50 







4,222 

1,055  50 

4,031 

672  00 

8.253 

1,727  50 

332 
200 
1,731 

2,263 

33  20 
20  00 
172  70 

225  90 

2,300 
500 
9,045 

332 
200 
1,731 

33  20 
20  00 
172  70 

11.845 

2,263 

225  90 

601 
1,349 

1.950 

60  10 
134  90 

3,910 
4,909 

601 
1,349 

60  10l 
134  90 

195  00 

8,819 

1,950 

195  00 

234  CUSTOMS  DEPARTMENT 

No. 


ii 

1-2  edward  vii.,  a.  1902 
1. — General  Statement 


Total  Imports. 


DUTIABLE  GOODS—  Con. 

Tea  of  India,  black  


Articles  Imported. 


China,  black. 


green . 


Japan,  black. 


green. 


Other  countries,  black . 


green . 


Telephones  and  telegraph  instruments . 


Tin  and  manufactures  of — 
Tin  plate  in  sheets,  decorated . 


Great  Britain . . , 
United  States . . , 


Countries. 


Total . 


Great  Britain. 
United  States . 


Total. 


United  States . 


Great  Britain . 
United  States . 

Total  


Great  Britain . 

Japan  

United  States. . 

Total  .... 


Great  Britain. . 

France  

Newfoundland . 
United  States. . 


Total. 


Great  Britain. 
United  States. 

Total,... 


Great  Britain . . 
Newfoundland . 
United  States. . 


Total. 


United  States. 


Quantity. 


Value. 


Lbs. 


3,320 
9,775 


13,095 


2,572 
20,957 


23,529 


394 


50 
51,615 


51,665 


04 
2LJ79 
21,243 


4,710 
11 

23 
948 


5,692 


19,068 
24,711 


43,779 


17,270 


446 
2,300 


2,746 


460 
6,224 


6,684 


165 


15 
8,724 


8,739 


13 

2!  553 


2,566 


573 
8 
5 

310 


902 


4,114 
6,179 


10,293 


3,753 
6 

13,060 


10,819 


329 


ii 

SESSIONAL  PAPER  No.  11 

of  Imports — Continued. 


TRADE  AND  NAVIGATION 


235 


Entered  for  Home  Consumption. 


General  Tariff. 

Preferential  Tariff. 

Total. 

Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity. 

Value.   I  Duty. 

Quantity. 

VaIue-  Collected. 

8 

446 
246 

$  cts. 

44  60 
24  60 

S 

$  cts. 

Lbs. 

3,320 
535 

• 

446 

S  cts. 
44  60 

692 

69  20 

46  00 
413  20 





3,855 

692 

.  '  i  OA 

460 
4,132 

2,572 
12,592 

460 
4,132 

46  00 

4,592 

459  20   

15,164 

4,592 

308 

15 
8,724 

30  m  

1,127 

308 

30  80 

1  50 
872  40 

50 
51,615 

15 
8,724 

L  OU 

872  40 

8,739 

873  90 



51,665|  8,739 

*73  90 

13 
97 
3,025 

1  30 
9  70 
302  50 

64 
700 
25,277 

13 
97 
3,025 

1  30 
9  70 

302  50 

3,135 

313  50 

26,041 

3,135 

313  50 

573 
8 
5 

316 

57  30 
0  80 
0  50 

31  60 

4,710 
11 

23 
948 

573 
8 
5 

316 

57  30 
0  80 
0  50 

31  60 

902 

90  20 

5,692 

902 

90  20 

114|           11  40 
921            92  10 

 •*  

720 
4,082 

114 

921 

11  40 
92  10 

1,035          103  50   

4,802 

1,035 

103  50 

584           146  00 
6             1  50 
13,060,       3,265  00 

3,169 

528  18 

3,753 
6 

13,060 

674  18 
1  50 
3,265  00 

13,650        3.412  50 

3,169 

528  18 

16,819 

3,940  68 

329           82  25 

17,270 

329 

82  25 

236  CUSTOMS  DEPARTMENT 

No. 


ii 

1-2  edward  vii.,  a.  1902 
1. — General  Statement 


Articles  Imported. 


DUTIABLE  GOODS — Con. 

Tin  and  manufactures  of — Con. 
Tinware  plain,  japanned  or  lithograph 
ed  and  all  manufactures  of  tin, 
N.E.S  


Countries. 


Tobacco  and  manufactures  of- 
2  Cigarettes  


Cigars . 


Great  Britain 
B.  E.ilndies.... 

South  Africa  

Austria-Hungary . 

Belgium  

China  

Denmark   

France  

Germany  

Japan  

Switzerland  

Turkey  

United  States  


Total 


Great  Britain  

B.  W.  Indies  

Hong  Kong  

B.  Poss.  (other)  

Argentine  Republic. 

Cuba  

Egypt  

France  

Germany  

Holland  

Turkey. .   

United  States  


Total. 


Great  Britain. 

Australia  

B.  E.  Indies.. 
B.  W.  Indies. . 
South  Africa . . 

Belgium   

China  

Cuba  

France  

Germany  

Hawaii  

Holland  

Japan  

Mexico  

Philippines  . . 

St.  Pierre  

Switzerland. . . 
United  States. 


Total . 


Total  Imports. 


Quantity.  Value. 


No. 

2,043,670 
200 
1,000 
100,000 
1,000 
292,000 
1,386,600 
440 


1,500 
84,000 
140,000 


4,050,410 


74,290 
1,000 
17,000 
49,400 
1,650 
25,000 
10,000 
6,147,035 
7,000 
111,000 
5,000 
4,800 
50,500 
344,000 
1,554,925 
2,000 

7,ooo: 

497,666| 
8,909,266 


Quantity. 


9,299 
30 
8 
421 
22 
4 
59 
527 
3,096 
80 
35 
10 

100,251 


119,842 


10,294 
1 
6 

453 
1 

2,901 
10,039 
1 


24 
643 
1,080 


25,443 


2,336 
112 
171 
1,671 
41 
651 
74 

260,215 
39 
1,966 
■M7 
418 
6(53 
9,584 
14,987 
21 
120 
20,190 

313,576 


No. 

2,161,020 
200 
5,000 
70,000 
1,000 
300,000 
1,250,000 
440 
300 
1,500 
4,090 
143,000 

3,936,550 


84,290 
1,000 
17,000 
42,400 
1,650 
32,000 
10,000 
5,991,485 


114,000 
5,000 
9,750 
25,000 
295,000 
1,287,373 
2,000 
6,000 
453,666 

8,377,614 


TRADE  AND  NAVIGATION 


237 


SESSIONAL  PAPER  No.  11 

of  Imports — Continued. 


Entered  for  Home  Consumption. 


General  Tariff. 

Preferential  Tar.ff. 

Total. 

Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity . 

Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity. 

*  Value. 

Duty 

VyUlltrCttrQ. 



3. 

1,268 

$  cts. 
317  CO 

$ 

7,922 
30 

5  cts. 

1,320  56 
5  00 

9,190 
30 

$  cts. 

1,637  56 
5  00 



434 
22 
4 
59 
632 
3,099 
80 
35 
10 

108,278 

108  50 
5  50 

1  00 
14  75 

158  00 
774  75 
20  00 
8  75 

2  50 
27,069  50 

434 

22 

108  50 
5  50 

1  00 
14  75 

158  00 
774  75 
20  00 
8  75 

2  50 
27,069  50 



4 

59 
632 
3,099 
80 
35 
10 

108,278 





118,921 

28,480  25 

7,952 

1,325  56 

121,873 

29,805  81 

10,429 
1 

25 
323 
1 

2,909 
9,691 
1 
1 
24 
41 
1,094 


20,007  25  . 
3  25  . 
81  25  . 
830  75 
3  25  . 
4,027  25  . 
13,507  75 
3  25  . 
3  25  . 
48  00  . 
109  25 
1,490  82  . 


No. 
2,161, 


70. 
1. 
300. 
1,250. 


1 
4 
143 


oao 

200 
000 
000 
000 
000 
000 
440 
300 
500 
090 
000 


10,429 
1 

25 
323 
1 

2,909 
9,691 
1 
1 
24 
41 
1,094 


20,007  25 
3  25 
81  25 
830  75 
3  25 
4,027  25 
13,507  75 
3  25 
3  25 
48  00 
109  25 
1,490  82 


24,540      40,115  32 


2,773 
112 
171 
1.539 
41 
710 
74 

249,431 


2,034 
317 
647 
345 
9,136 
10,615 
21 
90 
17,282 


3.270  25 
106  «0 
132  75 
7,584  75 
40  25 
3,777  50 
78  50 
255,353  75 


8,008  50 
229  25 
3,161  75 
1,886  25 
17,284  00 
22,105  75 
29  25 
52  50 
18,334  31 


3,936,550 


84,290 
1,000 
17,000 
42,400 
1,650 
32,000 
10,000 
5,991,485 


24,540 


114,000 
5,000 
9,750 
25,000 
295,000 
1,287,373 
2,000 
6,000 
453,666 


40,115  32 


2.773 

3,270  25 

112 

106  00 

171 

132  75 

1,539 

7,584  75 

41 

40  25 

710 

3,777  50 

74 

78  50 

249,431 

255,353  75 

2,034 

8,008  50 

317 

229  25 

647 

3,161  75 

345 

1,886  25 

9,136 

17,284  00 

10,615 

22,105  75 

21 

29  25 

90 

52  50 

17,282 

18,334  31 

295,338 


341,435  31 


8,377,614         295,338        341,435  31 


238 


CUSTOMS  DEPARTMENT  {[ 

1-2  EDWARD  VII.,  A.  1902 

No.  1. — General  Statement 


Total  Imports. 


Articles  Imported. 


Countries. 


DUTIABLE  GOODS — Con. 

Tobacco,  cut   . 


Snuff 


All   other  manufactures  of 
N.E.S  


tobacco, 


Foreign  raw  leaf  tobacco,  sample  sun- 
stemmed  


5  Tobacco  pipes  of  all  kinds,  pipe  mounts, 
cigar  and  cigarette  holders  and  cases  for 
same,  smokers'  sets  and  cases  therefor, 
and  tobacco  pouches  


Trawls,  trawling  spoons,  fly  hooks,  sinkers, 
swivel's  and  sportsman's  fishing  bait  and 
fish  hooks,  N.E.S  


Great  Britain. 
B.  pos.,  other.. 
South  Africa. . 
Hong  Kong. . . 

China  

Egypt  

France   

Turkey  

United  States. 


Total . 


Great  Britain. 

Belgium  

France  

Germany .... 

Iceland   

United  States. 


Total. 


Great  Britain . . 
Newfoundland . 

Cuba  

France  

St.  Pierre  

United  States. 


Total 


Mexico  

United  States. 


Total . 


Great  Britain 

Hong  Kong  

Austria-Hungary. 

Belgium .   

China  

Denmark  

France  

Germany  

Japan  

Turkey . . . . .  .... 

United  States. 


Total . 


Great  Britain . 

France  

United  States. 

Total.... 


Quantity. 


Lbs. 


73,144 
230 
221 
950 
9,194 
20 
137 
405 
30,579 


120,940 


32 
11 
220 
201 
104 
7,253 


7,881 


317 
76 


340 
4 

108,051 


108,788 


2 

871,082 
871,084 


Value. 


08,046 
124 
221 
105 
1,076 
34 
64 
229 
17,508 


87,407 


38 
3 
92 
90 
22 
2,161 


2,406 


235 
15 


160 
1 

40,709 


41,120 


2 

146,015 


140,617 


92,190 
10 
51,802 
233 
109! 
2 

92,337 
37,498 
42 
22 
18,050 

292,895 


14,839 
16 
1LWJ7 

27,052 


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or  Imports — Continued. 


Entered  for  Home  Consumption. 


Lreneral  lanti. 

Preferential  Tariff. 

Total. 

Value.  Duty. 

Quantity.    Value.  Duty. 

1  1 

Quantity. 

Value  Duty 
value.  Collected. 

§                 $  cts. 

57,88lj      35,844  60 
24           16  50 
221          121  55 
122          621  50 
1,076       5,056  70 
34           11  00 
64           75  35 
165          200  75 
17,513      19,377  19 

S 

S  cts. 

Lbs. 

65,172 
30 
221 
1,130 
9,194 
20 
137 
365 
35,231 

$                   S  cts. 

57,881          35,844  60 
24               16  50 
221              121  55 
122             621  50 
1.07*3           5,056  70 
34               11  00 
64               75  35 
165             200  75 
17,513j        19,377  19 

77,100!      61,325  14'  

1  i 

lll,500j          77,100|         61,325  14 

3d           16  Ool  

3             5  50   

92          110  00   

90          130  50   

22           52  00   

1,995       3,286  50   



32 
11 
220 
261 
104 
6,574 

3S 
3 
92 
90 
22 
1.995 

16  00 
5  50 
110  00 
130  50 
52  00 
3,286  50 

2,240'       3,600  50   

7,202|           2. 24M           3,600  50 

235*         158  50....  

317 

235 

158  50 

23           25  66,  

160          170  00   

1             2  00   

34,474      46,936  25   

50 
340 
4 

93,872 

23 
160 
1 

34,474 

25  00 
170  00 
2  00 
46,936  25 

34,893!      47,291  7o|  

94,583 

34,893;         47,291  75 

2 
3? 

0  80 
32  00 

2 
80 

l 

2                0  80 
37              32  00 

39 

32  80 

^•2 

39j              32  80 

32,606 
10 
51,183 
233 
109 
2 

90,527 
39,952 
42 
22 
18,565 

11,412  10 
3  50 

58,833 

13,727  48 

91,438         25,139  5P 
10               3  50 
51,183         17,914  05 
233               81  55 
109              38  15 
2                0  70 
90,527!         31,684  45 
39,952j         13,983  20 
42               14  70! 
22                7  70 
18,565,          6,497  86 

17,914  05 
81  55 
38  15 
0  70 
31,681  45 
13,983  20 
14  70 
7  70 
6,497  86 

233,251 

81,637  % 

58,833,      13,727  48 

292,064!         95,365  44 

542 
16 
12,197 

162  60 
4  80 
3y659  10 

14,237 

2,867  40 

14,829 
16 
12,197 

! 

3.020  00 

4  80 
3,659  10 

6,683  90 

12,755 

$826  50 

  14,287 

2,-857  40 

27,042 

f 


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No. 


ii 

1-2  edward  vii.,  a.  1902 
1. — General  Statement 


Articles  Imported. 


DUTIABLE  GOODS — Coil. 

1  Turpentine,  spirits  of  


Trunks,  valises,  hat-boxes,  carpet-bags, 
satchels,  tool-bags  or  baskets,  port- 
manteaus, fly-books  and  parts  thereof, 
N.O.P  


Twines  of  all  kinds,  N.E.S. 


Manufactures  of,  viz.  :  hammocks  and 
lawn  tennis  nets,  sportsmans'  fish 
nets  and  other  articles,  N.O.P  


Umbrellas,  parasols  and  sunshades  of  all 
kinds  and  materials  


Countries. 


Total  Imports. 


Quantity.  Value 


Great  Britain. 

France  

United  States. 

Total.... 


Great  Britain .... 

Hong  Kong  

Austria- Hungary . 

China  

France  


Germany  

Japan   

Switzerland. . . 
United  States. 

Total  .... 


Great  Britain .... 
Austria-Hungary 

Belgium  

China  

France  

Germany  

United  States. . . . 


Total 


Great  Britain .... 
Austria-Hungary 

France..  

Germany  

Switzerland  

United  States  


Total 


Unenumerated  articles . 


Great  Britain. . . . 
Austria-Hungary 

Belgium  

China  

France  

Germany  

J  apan   

United  States.  . . 


Total 


Great  Britain. 
B.  W.  Indies. 

China  

France  

Germany  

Japan  

United  States. 

Total  .... 


Galls. 

446 
3 

808,588 


809,037 


Lbs. 
275,292 
2,045 
120 
136 
320 
2,554 
160,856 


441,323 


240 
4 

309,095 


309,339 


9,103 
51 
54 
118 
770 
2,623 
148 
20 
40,783 


53,670 


32,374 
391 
22 
25 
52 
372 
21,394 


54,630 


3,408 
28 
609 
44 
15 
11,153 


15,257 


68,400 
16 
137 
23 
391 
4,547 
53 
8,297 


81,864 


89,089 
337 
106 

186 
3,675 
5 

134,552 
227,950 


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SESSIONAL  PAPER  No.  11 

of  Imports — Continued. 


241 


Entered  for  Home  Consumption. 


General  Tariff. 

Preferential  Tariff. 

Total 

Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity. 


Value. 

Duty 
Collected. 

3 

4 

308,251 

I  cts. 

0  20 
15,412  55 

Galls. 
446 

• 

240 

8  cts. 
7  94 

Galls. 

446 

1 

1 

240 
4 

8  cts. 

7  94 
0  20 
15,412  55 

806,914  308,251 

308,255 

15,412  75 

446|  240 

7  94 

807,363         308,495         .15,420  69 

1,603 
51 
54 
118 
770 
2,623 
148 
20 
40.357 

480  90 

15  30 

16  20 
35  40 

7,469 

1,493  80 

9,072 
51 
54 
118 
770 
2,623 
148 
20 
40,357 

1,974  70 

15  30 

16  20 
35  40 

231  00 
786  90 
44  40 
6  00 
12,107  10 

786  90 
44  40 
6  00 

12.107  10 

1 

45,744 

13,723  20 

7,469|       1,493  80 

53,213 

15,217  00 

346 
391 
22 
25 
52 
400 
21.394 

|  Lbs. 
86  50j  270,469 
97  75   

6  25   

13  OOj  

100  00   

5,348  50   

31,821 

5,303  66 

Lbs. 
273,837 
2,045 
120 
136 
320 
2,914 
160,856 

32,167 
391 
22 
25 
52 
400 
21,394 

5,390  16 
97  75 

5  50 

6  25 
13  00 

100  00 
5,348  50 

22,630j       5,657  50 

270,469 

31,821 

5,303  66 

440,228 

54,451 

10,961  16 

300            90  00 
38               8  40 

3,108 

621  60 

3,408 
2$ 
609 
44 
15 

11  153 

711  60 
8  40 
182  70 
13  20 
4  50 
9  sjk  on 

609 
44 
15 
11,153 

182  70 
13  20 
4  50 
3,345  90 

12,149)       3,644  70 

3,108 

621  60 

15,257 

4,266  30 



 :  

562          196  70 
16             5  60 
137           47  95 
23             8  05 
409          143  15 
4,547|       1,591  45 
53           18  55 
8,297!       2,903  95 

66,621 

15,545  39 

67,183 
16 
137 
23 
409 
4,547 
53 

15,742  09 
5  60 
47  95 
8  05 
143  15 
1,591  45 
is  ?w 









8,297          2,903  95 

14,044j       4,915  40 

66,621! 

15,545  39 

80,665         20,460  79 

2.075          415  00 
337           67  40 

81,815 

10,908  79 

83,890         11,323  79 
337                at  Jfi 

106            21  20! 
186:           37  9M 

106 
186 
3,401 

5 

127,049 

21  20 
37  20 
680  20 
1  00 
25,409  80 

3,401 

5 

127,04!* 

680  20 
1  00! 
25,409  SOj 



133,159 

26,631  80 

81,815' 

10,908  79 

214,974 

37,540  59 

1 1 — il_lO 


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1-2  EDWARD  VII.,  A.  1902 

No  1. — General  Statement 


Total  Imports. 


Articles  Imported. 


Countries. 


Quantity. 


Value. 


DUTIABLE  GOODS — Coil. 


Varnish,  lacquers,  Japans,  Japan  dryers, 

liquid  dryers  and  oil  finish,  N.E.S  jGreat  Britain. 

Belgium  

France  


Vegetables,  viz.: — 
Melons  


Potatoes . 


ii     sweet  and  yams. 


Tomatoes,  fresh. 


Tomatoes  and  other  vegetables,  in- 
cluding corn  and  baked  beans,  in 
cans  or  other  pkgs.,  N.E.S.  


Vegetables,  fresh  or  dry  salted,  N.O.P. . . 


Germany  

United  States. 


Total 


United  States. 


Great  Britain . 

China  

United  States. 


Total 


B.  W.  Indies.. 
Hong  Kong. . . 

China  

United  States. 

Total  .... 


Great  Britain . 

China  

United  States. 

Total  .... 


Great  Britain  . 
Hong  Kong. . . 

Belgium  

China  

France  

Germany  

Italy  

J  apan  

St.  Pierre  

United  States. 

Total. . . . 


Great  Britain. 
B.  W.  Indies.. 
Hong  Kong. . . 

China   

France  

Germany  

Italy  

Japan  

Spain  

United  States. 

Total .... 


Galls. 


13,222 
3 
33 
27 

54,857 


68,142 


No. 
156,657 


Bush. 

2 
1 

136,666 


136,669 


7 

204 
363 
17,787 


18,361 


3 
1 

21,790 


21,794 


Lbs. 
67,826 
7,147 
2,848 
58,912 
182,  S85 
340 
1,000 
1,200 
12 

929,641 


1,251,926 


35,457 
19 
138 
46 

80,965 


116,625 


9,620 


2 
1 

88,649 


88,652 


3 
76 
122 
15,078 


15,279 


6 
5 

37,508 


37,519 


5,768 
194 
387 
1,625 
18,574 
58 
145 
50 
16 
48,671 


75,488 


26,705 
538 
885 
6,825 
751 
103 
49 
1,975 
3,128 
177,868 

218,827 


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of  Imports — Continued. 


243 


Entered  for  Home  Consumption. 


General  Tariff. 

Preferential  Tariff. 

Total. 

Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty 
Collected. 

$ 

1,162 
19 
138 
46 
80,755 

f  cts. 

323  20 
4  40 
34  20 
14  60 
27,129  60 

Galls. 
13,203 

* 

35,004 

3  cts. 
U.42S  (mi 

Galls. 

13,657 
3 
33 
27 

54,892 

$ 

36,166 
19 
138 
46 

80,755 

8  cts. 

6,751  20 
4  40 
34  20 
14  60 
27,129  60 



82,120 

27,506  00 

13,203 

35,004 

6,428  00 

68,612 

117,124 

33,934  00 

9,604 

2,401  00 

No. 
156,413 

9,604 

2,401  00 

2 
1 

88,498 

30 
15 

20,425  23 

Bush. 

2 
1 

136,168 

2 
1 

88,498 

30 
15 

20,425  23 

88,501 

20,425  6S 



136,171 

88,501 

20,425  68 

3 
76 
122 
15,053 

70 
20  40 
oo  oU 
1,776  43 

7 
204 

17,763 

3 
76 

1  oo 
LZZ 

15,053 

70 
20  40 
36  30 
1,776  43 

L.    |  15,254 

1,833  83 

18,337 

15,254 

1,833  83 

5 

37,496 

0  70 

8,005  93 

3 

6 

0  80 

3 
1 

2L783 

6 
5 

37,496 

0  80 
0  70 
8,005  93 

37,501 

8,000  63 

3 

6 

0  80 

21,787 

37,507 

8,007  43 

4,634 
300 
1,316 
1,260 
22,157 
58 

752  69 
124  11 

208  31 
766  23 
3,505  15 
5  10 

Lbs. 
17,527 

•  

1,225 

175  27 

Lbs. 
67,706 
8,267 
13,881 
51,082 
233,670 
340 

5,859 
300 
1,316 
1,260 
22,157 
58 

927  96 
124  11 
208  31 
766  23 
3,505  15 
5  10 

50 
If. 

47,462 

is  00 
1  91 
13,302  72 

1,200 
127 

886,842 

50 
16 
47,462 

18  00 
1  91 
13,302  72 

77,253 

18,684  22  17,527 

1,225 

175  27 

1,263,115 

78,478         18,859  49 

19,566 
176 
885 
6,825 
751 
ma 

4,891  50 
44  00 
221  25 
1,706  25 
187  75 
25  75 

5,648 
362 

941  43 
60  37 

25,214 
538 
885 
6,825 
751 
103 
49 
1,962 
a  ifio 

5,832  93 
104  37 
221  25 
1,706  25 
187  75 
25  75 
12  25 
490  50 

49            12  25 
1,962          490  50 
3,162'         790  50 
172,306      43,076  50 

172,306  :         43,076  50 

205.785j      51,446  25j  

6,010 

1.001  80   

211,795|         52448  05 

11—  ii— 16£ 


244 


CUSTOMS  DEPARTMENT  H 

1-2  EDWARD  VII.,  A.  1902 

No.  1. — General  Statement 


Total  Imports. 


Articles  Imported. 


Countries. 


Quantity. 


DUTIABLE  GOODS—  Con. 


Vinegar,  of  any  strength  not  exceeding! 

strength  of  proof   j Great  Britain. 

Hong  Kong. . . 

China  

Fiance  

Germany  

United  States. 


above  strength  of  proof . 


Watches . 


Watch  cases . 


Watch  actions  and  movements . 


6  Watch  glasses  and  watch  keys . 


Total . 


Great  Britain. 

France  

Germany  

United  States. 

Total.... 


Great  Britain  

B.  W.  Indies  

Belgium ...  . .  

France  

Germany  

Holland  

Norway  and  Sweden. 

Switzerland  

United  States  


Total. 


Galls. 


38,847 
33 
199 
4,315 
14,830 
4,392 


Value. 


62,6161 


225 
289 
719 
24,143 


25,376 


Great  Britain. 

France  

Germany  

Holland  

Switzerland  . . . 
United  States. 

Total .... 


Great  Britain  

France  

Germany  

Holland  

Norway  and  Sweden. 

Switzerland   

United  States  


Total . 


Great  Britain. 

France  

Germany  . . .  . 
United  States. 

Total .... 


11,103 
6 
16 
961 
1,310 
1,802 


15,198 


246 
79 
577 
18,010 


18,912 


4,272 
95 
19 
1,594 
1,959 
616 
108 
20,730 
20,004 


Quantity. 


49,397 


931 
98 
737 
137 
5,876 
90,735 


98,514 


2,491 
2,638 
1,037 
953 
69 
63,451 
397,942 


468,581 


2,858 
2,264 
4 

2,382 
7,508 


Galls. 


ii 

SESSIONAL  PAPER  No.  11 

of  Imports — Continued. 


TRADE  AND  NAVIGATION 


245 


Entered  for  Home  Consumption. 


General  Tariff. 


Preferential  Tariff. 


Total. 


Value. 


Duty.  Quantity. 


$   cts.  Galls. 


Value. 


Duty.        Quantity.  Value. 


S  cts. 


Galls. 


358 

395  70 

4  95 

16 

29  85 

481 

300  15 

1,330 

2,238  84 

1,850 

668  85 

4,041 

3,638  34 

67 

12  25 

520 

300  64 

446 

150  00 

34,181        10,073        3,417  81 


33 
199 
2,001 
14,926 
4,459 


10,431 
6 
16 
481 
1,330 
1,850 


Duty 
Collected. 


S  cts. 


3,813  51 

4  95: 
29  85; 
300  15 
2,238  84i 
668  85 

i 

- 


34,181 


10,073 


3,417  81 


58,437 


723 


18,096 


5,784  00 


19,129        6,246  89 


3,673 
95 

19; 
1,594 
1,959 
616 
108 
20,730 
19,960 


918  25  . 
23  75  . 
4  75; 
398  50: 
489  75! . 
154  00  . 
27  00 
5,182  38  . 
4,990  00  . 


551 


535  77 


786 
1,407 
750 
24,453 


723 


551 


535  77 


27,396 


599 


K  B4 


14,114 


618 
520 
446 
18,096 


19,680 


4,272 
95 
19 
1,594 
1,959 
616 
108 
20,730 
19,960 


7,056  15 


548  02 
300  64 
150  00 
5,784  00 


6.782  M 


1,018  09 
23  75i 
4  75 
398  50 
489  75 
154  00 
27  00 
5,182  38 
4,990  00 


48,754      12,188  38 


871 

261  30 

98' 

29  40 

737 

221  10 

137 

41  10 

5,876 

1,762  80 

90, 735 1 

27,220  BM 

98,454 

29,536  20 

599 


99  84 


00 


12  00 


49,353 


931 
98 
737 
137 
5,876 
90,735 


12,288  22 


273  30 
29  40 
221  10 
41  10 
1,762  80 
27,220  50 


60! 


12  00 


98,514 


29,548  20 


2,336 
2,638 
1;037 
953 
69 
63,451 
397,942 


233  60 

263  80 

103  70 

95  30 

6  90 

6,345  10 

39,794  20 


468,426 


46,842  60 


2,167 
2,264 
4 

2,382 


541  75' 
566  00 
1  00 
595  50 


143 


9  54 


2,479 
2,638 
1,037 
953 
69 
63,451 
397,942 


143j 


9  54 


468,569! 


692 


115  34 


2,859! 
2,264 
4 

2,382 


243  14 

263  80 
103  70 
95  30 
6  90 
6,345  10 
39,794  20 


46,852  14 


657  09 
566  00 
1  00 
595  50 


6,817, 


1,704  25 


692 


115  34 


7,509 


1,819  59 


246 


CUSTOMS  DEPARTMENT  H 

1-2  EDWARD  VII.,  A.  1902 

No  1. — General  Statement 


Total  Imports. 


DUTIABLE  GOODS — Con. 

Wax,  bees  


Wax  and  manufactures  of  N.E.S. 


Articles  Imported. 


Countries. 


Great  Britain. 
B.  W.  Indies. 
United  States. 

Total  ... 


Webbing,  elastic  and  non-elastic. 


Great  Britain . 

China   

France   

Germany  

United  States. 

Total .... 


Great  Britain. 

France   

Germany  

United  States. 

Total .... 


Whips  of  all  kinds,  including  thongs  and 

lashes, 


Great  Britain . 

France  

Germany  

United  States. 

Total .... 


Wood  and  manufactures  of — 

Barrels  containing  petroleum  or  its  pro- 
ducts, or  any  mixture  of  which 
petroleum  forms  a  part,  when  such 
contents  are  chargeable  witfc  a 
specific  duty    


Fishing  rods 


Caskets  and   coffins  and  metal  parts 
thereof  

Mouldings,  plain,  gilded  or  otherwise 
further  manufactured  


Great  Britain . 
United  States. 

Total.... 


Great  Britain . 
United  States. 


Total. 


Great  Britain. 

France   

United  States. 


Total. 


United  States . 


Great  Britain. 

Germany   

United  States. 

Total.... 


Quantity. 


Lbs. 


410 
210 
34,748 


35,368 


Value. 


No. 

51 
32,054 


32,105 


138 
53 
10,018 


10,809 


7,07 
69 
556 
116 
18,572 


26,990 


53,309 
980 
1,638 
82,773 


138,700 


2,246 
23 
7 

4,085 
6,361 


18 
1,681 


1,699 


49 
32,999 


33,048 


2,219 
17 
6,129 


8,365 


10,665 


16 
4 

39,143 
39,163 


TRADE  AND  NAVIGATION  247 


SESSIONAL  PAPER  No.  11 

of  Imports — Continued. 


Entered  for  Home  Consumption. 

1 

2 

3 
4 

5 

6 
7 

8 
9 

General  Tariff. 

Preferential  Tariff. 

Total. 

Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty 
Collected. 

8 

115 

|  cts. 
11  50 

T  Y\a 

Li  0> . 

ST 

210 

■ 

o 

oo 
53 

o  cts. 

1  fifl 
3  47 

T  Ka 

lift 

210 

O-i,  |  "W 

S 

138 
53 
10,618 

8  cts. 

13  10 
3  47 
1,061  80 

10,618 

1,061  80 

10,733 

308 
69 
556 
116 
17,120 

1,073  30 

297 

76 

5  07 

35,368 

10,809 

1,078  37 

61  60 
13  80 
111  20 
23  20 
3,424  00 

7,688 
69 
556 
116 
17,120 

1,045  62 
13  80 
111  20 
23  20 
3,424  00 

IS  IftO 
lo,  IV  J 

Q  fiQQ  Sift 
0,000  OU 

7,380 

984  02 

25,549 

4,617  82 

980 
1,638 
82,773 

196  00 
327  60 
16,554  60 

• 

51,472 

6,863  07 

54,411 
980 
1,638 
82,773 

7,450  87 
196  00 
327  60 
16,554  60 

88,330 

17,666  00 

51,472 

6,8(33  07 

139,802 

24,529  07 

177 
23 
7 

4,085 

61  95 
8  05 
2  45 
1,429  75 

2,069 

482  78 

2,246 
23 

4,085 

544  73 
8  05 
2  45 
1,429  75 

4,292 

1,502  20 

2,069 

6,361 

1,984  J 

18 

3  60 

18 
1,471 

3  60 
441  30 

1,471 

441  30 

1.471 

441  30 

18 

3  60 

1,489 

444  90 

19 
33.051 

4  20 
6.420  40 

No. 

30 

30 

4  00 

No. 

51 
32,102 

49 
33,051 

8  20 
6,420  40 

'  1 

) 

33,070 

6,424  60 

30 

30 

4  00 

32,153 

33,100 

6,428  60 

24 
17 
6,129 

7  20 
5  10 
1,838  70 

2,162 

432  40 

2,186 
17 
6,129 

439  60 
5  10 
1,838  70 

6,170 

1,851  00 

2,162 

432  40 

I 

8,332 

2,283  40 

10,665 

2,666  25 

I 

10,665 

2,666  25 

16 
4 

39,156 

4  00 
1  00 
9,789  00 

16 
4 

39,156 

4  00 
1  00 

9,789  00 

39,176 

9,794  00' 



39,176 

9,794  00 

CUSTOMS  DEPARTMENT 


1-2  EDWARD  VII.,  A.  1902 

No.  1. — General  Statement 


Articles  Imported. 


DUTIABLE  GOODS — Con. 

Wood  and  manufactures  of — Con. 
Rakes,  hay  


Show  cases  and  metal  parts  thereof. 


Woodenware,  pails,  tubs,  churns,  wash- 
boards, pounders  and  rolling  pins 


.Manufactures  of  wood,  N.O.P. 


Sawed  boards,  planks,  deals,  planed 
or  dressed  on  one  or  both  sides,  when 
the  edges  thereof  are  jointed  or 
tongued  and  grooved  


Lumber   and    timber,  manufactured, 
N.E.S  


Countries. 


Great  Britain. 
United  States. 


Total. 


Great  Britain . 

France  

Germany  

United  States. 

Total.... 


Great  Britain . 

Belgium  

France   

Germany 

Turkey.  .  

United  States 

Total  .... 


Great  Britain.  .. 
B.  E.  Indies ... 
B.  W.  Indies  .... 

Hong  Kong  

Newfoundland . . . 
Austria-Hungary. 

Belgium  

China  . .   

Denmark  

France   

Germany  

Holland  

Italy  

J  apan  

Russia  

Switzerland  

United  States  . . . 


Total 


Germany  

United  States . 

Total  .  .. 


Great  Britain . 

Germany  

United  States 

Total  .... 


Total  Imports. 


Quantity. 


No. 


1,428 
10,683 


12,111 


28 
] 
1 

541 


571 


M.  ft. 

11 

3,504 


3,515 


2 
9 

1,461 
1,472 


Value. 


189 

1,089 


1,228 


225 
14 
2 

5,633 


5,874 


612 
5 

151 
7 
1 

59,532 


60,308 


21,258 
3 
906 
146 
3 

1,441 
572 
253 
13 
2,164 
8,284 
2 
20 
1,100 
185 
4 

442,353 


478,707 


144 
45,113 


45,257 


Quantity. 


23 
159 
15,995; 

16, 177  j 


No. 


1,428 
10,683 


12,111 


4 
1 
1 

541 


547 


M.  ft. 

11 

3,504 


3,515 


9 

1,461 
1,470 


ii 

SESSIONAL  PABER  No.  11 

of  Imports — Continued. 


TRADE  AND  NAVIGATION 


Entered  for  Home  Consumption. 


General  Tariff. 

"Value.         Duty.  Quantity 


Preferential  Tariff. 


Total. 


Value.  Duty. 


Quantity. 


Value. 


139 
1,089 


$  cts. 


34  75 
272  25 


8  cts. 


Xo. 


1,428 
10,683 


139 
1,0*9 


1,228 


307  00 


17 

5  95 

14 

4  90 

2 

0  70 

5,633 

1,971  55 

5,666 

1,983  10 

12,111! 


25 

215 

50  17 

29 
1 
1 
541 


1,228 


232 
14 
2 

5,633 


25 


215 


50  17 


572 


5,881 


612 

122  40 

5 

1  00 

151 

30  20 

7 

1  40 

1 

0  20 

59,515 

11,903  00 

60,291 

12,058  20 

612 
5 

151 
7 
1 

59,515 


80^91 


4,359 
3 
640 
146 
3 

1,418 
618j 
253 
13 
2,128 
8,479 
2' 
20 
811, 
185 
4 

442,646 


1,089  75; 
0  75 
160  00 
36  50 
0  75 
354  50, 
154  50 
63  25 
3  25 
532  00 
2,119  75 

0  50 
5  00 

202  75 
46  25 

1  00 
110,661  50 


16,945 
"266 


2,824  46 
4430 


21,304 

3 

906 
146 
3 

1,418 
618 
253 
13 
2,128 
8,479 
2 
20 
811 
185 
4 

442,646 


461,728,    115,432  00 


144 

45,113 


36  00 
11,278  25 


17,211' 


2,868  76 


478,939 


11  ft. 


45,257      11,314  25 


11  ft. 

11 

3,504 


144 
45,113 


3,515 


45,257 


159 
15,995 


23 


31  80 
3,199  00 


3  07 


2 
9 

1,461 


23 
159 
15.995 


16,154        3,230  80 


23 


3  07 


1,472 


16,177 


250 


CUSTOMS  DEPARTMENT 


ii 

1-2  edward  vii.,  a.  1902 
1. — General  Statement 


DUTIABLE  GOODS — Con. 

Wood  and  manufactures  of — Con. 
Umbrella,  parasol  and  sunshade  sticks 
or  handles,  N.E.S  


Articles  Imported. 


Veneers  of  wood,  not  over  ^  OI  an 
inch  in  thickness  


Walking  sticks  and  canes  of  all  kinds, 
N.E.S  


Wood  pulp  Great  Britain . 


Countries. 


Great  Britain . 

Germany  

United  States  . 


Total 


France  

Germany  

United  States 

Total  .... 


Great  Britain .... 
Austria-Hungary. 

France   

Germany  

Japan  

Russia  

United  States  . . . 


Total 


Willow  or  osier  wares,   and  all  manu- 
factures of  like  material,  N.O.P  


Window  shade  or  blind  rollers . 


Window  shades  in  the  piece,  or  cut,  and 
hemmed  or  mounted  on  rollers, 
N.E.S  


Wool,  manufactures  of  :- 
Blankets  


Cassimeres. 


United  States 


Great  Britain. 

France  

United  States. 


Total 


Great  Britain . 

•Japan  

United  States. 

Total  .... 


Great  Britain . . 
Newfoundland . 

France  

United  States. . 


Total 


Great  Britain . 

France  

United  States. 

Total  .... 


Total  Imports. 


Quantity. 


Sq.  Yards. 
3,413 
20 
2,187 


5,620 


Lbs. 
76,635 
5 
40 
10,228 


86,908 


Yards. 
18,543 
13,923 
35 

32,501 


Value. 


738 
613 
10,256 


11,607 


37 
31 

96,655 


96,723 


2,572 
407 
73 
286 
35 
29 
12,043 


15,445 


16,053 


57 
9 

13,996 


14,062 


728 
13 
348 


1,089 


26,969 
1 
40 
5,447 


32,457 


4,364 
2,400 
48 

6,812 


Quantity . 


Sq.  Yards. 


20 
2,187 


2,207 

Lbs. 
2,263 
5 
40 
10,029 


12,337 


Yards. 
4,084 
13,923 
35 

18,042 


ii  TRADE  AND  NAVIGATION  251 

SESSIONAL  PAPER  No.  11 

of  Imports — Continued. 


Entered  for  Home  Consumption. 

General  Tariff. 

Preferential  Tariff . 

Total. 

Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity . 

Value . 

Duty 
Collected . 

S 

5 
613 
10,256 

1    ^  O 

|           8  Ct8. 

1  00 
122  60 
2,051  20 

8 

733 

S  cts. 
97  73 

S 

738 
613 
10,256 

8  cts. 

98  73 
122  60 
2,051  20 

10,874 

2,174  80 

  733 

97  73 

11,607 

2,272  53 

37 
31 

96,655 

2  78 
2  32 
7,249  50 

37 
31 

96,655 

2  78 

2  32 
7,249  50 

96,723 

7,254  60 

96,723 

7,254  60 

286 
407 
73 
286 
35 
29 
12,043 

85  80 
122  10 
21  90 
85  80 
10  50 
8  70 
3,612  90 

2,411 

482  20 

2,697 
407 
73 
286 
35 
29 
12,043 

568  00 
122  10 
21  90 
85  80 
10  50 
8  70 
3,612  90 

13,159 

3,947  70 

2,411 

482  20 

15  570 

4,429  90 

16,053 

4,013  25 

16,053 

4,013  25 

6 

1  50 

6 

1  50 



40 

9 

13,996 

14  00 
3  15 
4,898  60 

•  17 

3  97 

57 
9 

13,996 

17  97 
3  15 
4,898  60 

14,045 

4,915  75 

3  97 

14,062 

4,919  72 

13 
348 

4  55 

Sq.YarcK 
3,413 

. .  -  . 

728 

169  87 

Sq.  Yards. 
3,413 
2M 
2,187 

728 
13 
348 

169  87 
4  55 
121  80 

121  80 

361 

126  35 

3,413 

728 

169  87 

5,620 

1,089 

296  22 

742 
1 
40 
5,311 

259  70 
35 
14  00 

1,858  85 

Lbs. 
80,163 

29,128 

• 

6,796  72 

Lbs. 
-2,426 
5 
40 
10,029 

29,870 
1 
40 
5,311 

7,056  42 
35 
14  00 
1,858  85 

6,094 

2,132  90|  80,163 


29,128|       6,796  72 

92,500 

35,222           8,929  62 

1,777 
2,400 
48 

Yards. 
621  9o|  14,459 

840  00   

16  801  

2,587 

603  66 

Yards. 
18,543 
13,9231 

35| 

4,364'          1,225  61 
2,400             840  00 
48               16  80 

4,225 

1,478  75  14,459 

2,587 

603  66 

32,501 

6,812           2,082  41 

252 


CUSTOMS  DEPARTMENT 

Ho. 


ii 

1-2  EDWARD  VII.,  A.  1902 

1. — General  Statement 


Total  Imports. 


Articles  Imported. 


DUTIABLE  GOODS —  Con. 


Wool,  manufactures  of — Con. 
1  Cloths  


Coatings. 


Overcoatings . 


Tweeds 


Felt  cloth  N.E.S. 


Flannels , 


Countries. 


Great  Britain . .  . 
Austria-Hungary 

Belgium  

France  

Germany . . . 
Switzerland. 
United  States, 

Total  . 


Quantity. 


Yds. 


3,429,141 
40 
4,713 
80,839 
106,199 
4,119 
15,644 


3,640,695 


Great  Britain . 

Belgium  

France  

Germany  

United  States. 

Total  .... 


Great  Britain. 

Belgium  

Germany  


Total 


Great  Britain . 

Belgium  

France  

Germany  

Switzerland. . . 
United  States. 


Total 


Great  Britain. 

Germany  

United  States. 


Total 


Great  Britain  

Austria-Hungary 

Belgium  

F ranee   

Germany  

Switzerland  

United  States. . . . 


Total 


937,957 


367 
6,447 
2,222 


946,993 


24,645 
206 
1,623 


26,474 


1.190,607 

5,526 
4,587 
39,265 
180 
930 


1,241,095 


13,551 
1,922 
47,249 


62,722 


402,353 
81 
3,765 
195,322 
18,911 


35,270 
655,702 


Value. 


1,779,196 
8 

2,166 
29,615 
58,214 
1,349 
6,597 


1,877,145 


463,761 


216 
4,819 
984 


469,780 


13,171 
60 
2,313 


15,544 


718,379 
4,774 
2,407 
22,529 
138 
538 


Quantity. 


Yds. 


748,765 


8,814 
385 
41,116 


50,315 


68,401 
19 
772 
42,833 
3,135 


4,966 
120,126 


ii 

SESSIONAL  PAPER  No.  11 

of  Imports — Continued. 


TRADE  AND  NAVIGATION 


253 


Entered  for  Home  Consumption. 


General  Tariff. 

Preferential  Tariff. 

Total. 

Value. 

Duty. 

(Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty 
Collected. 

8 

4,070 
30,791 
50,207 
1,349 
6,644 

$  cts. 

AO,  *J<J\J  OU 

2  80 
j, 424  50 
10,776  85 
19,672  45 
472  15 
2,325  40 

Yds. 
3  350  370 

$ 

1,731,430 

$  cts. 
404, 001  45 

Yds. 

3  470,060 
'  40 
6,332 
84,659 
105,244 
4,119 
15,693 

S 

1  784  518 

8 

4,070 
30,791 
56,207 
1,349 
6,644 

$  cts. 

422  582  25 
2  80 
1,424  50 
10,776  85 
19,672  45 
472  15 
2,325  40 

152,157 

53,254  95 

3,350,370 

1,731,430 

404,001  45 

3,686,147 

1,883,587 

457,256  40 

3,415 
112 
216 

4,874 
984 

1,195  25 
39  20 
75  60 

1,705  90 
344  40 

1,023,370 

496,212 

115,783  43 

1,029,385 
359 
367 
7,785 
2,222 

499,627 
112 
216 
4,874 
984 

116,978  68 
39  20 
75  60 
1,705  90 
344  40 

119,143  78 

9,601 

3,360  35 

1,023,370 

496,212 

115,783  43 

1,040,118 

505,813 

466 
60 
2  06S 

163  10 
21  00 
723  80 

23,124 

12,705 

2.964  52 

23,645 
206 
1,373 

13,171 
60 
2  068 

3,127  62 
21  00 

793  ftfi 

2  594 

907  90 

23  124 

12  705 

2,964  52  25,224 

O  070  AO 
•  .     1  - 

23,812 
4,823 
2,356 
22,859 
50 
538 

8,334  20 
1,688  05 

824  60 
8,000  05 
17  50 

188  30 

1,202,677 

732,010 

170,803  49 

1,242,635 
5,305 
4,372 
40,770 
33 
930 

755,822 
4,823 
2,356 
22,859 
50 
538 

179,137  69 
1,688  05 
824  60 
8,000  65 
17  50 
188  30 

54,438 

19,053  30 

1,202,677 

732,010 

170,803  49 

1,294,045 

786,448 

189,856  79 

2,151 
385 
41,138 

752  85 
134  75 
14,398  30 

10,753 

6,627 

1,546  41 

13,539 
1,922 
47,275 

8,778 
385 
41,138 

2,299  26 
134  75 
14,398  30 

43,674 

15,285  90 

10,753 

6,627 

1,546  41 

62,736 

50,301 

16,832  31 

20,409 
19 
772 
42.836 

7,143  15 
6  65 
270  20 
14.9!IL>  00 

365,386 

51,296 

11,969  41 

477,936 
81 
3,765 
195,564 
18,857 
54 
3R  97C 

71,705 
19 
772 
42,836 
3,128 
9 

19,112  56 
6  65 
270  20 
14,992  60 
1,094  80 
3  15 
1,738  10 

3,128        1,094  80 
9             3  15 
4.9661,       1.738  10 

72,139 

25,248  63 

365,386 

51,296 

11,969  41 

731,527|  123,435 

37,218  06 

254  CUSTOMS  DEPARTMENT 

No. 


ii 

1-2  edward  vii.,  a.  1902 
1. — General  Statement 


Total  Imports. 


Articles  Imported. 


DUTIABLE  GOODS— Con. 

Wool,  manufactures  of — Con. 
Knitted  goods,  inclu  ding  knitted  un 
derwear,  N.E.S  


Bed  comforters  and  counterpanes 


Shawls. 


Shirts  of  wool 


Socks  and  stockings  of  wool,  worsted, 
the  hair  of  the  alpaca,  goat,  &c,  &c. 


Countries. 


Great  Britain . 

Belgium  

France  

Germany .... 
Switzerland.  . 
United  States. 

Total.  .. 


Quantity. 


Great  Britain . 

France  

United  States. 

Total .... 


Great  Britain .... 

Hong  Kong  

Newfoundland. . . 
Austria-Hungary 

Belgium  

China  

France   ... 

Germany  

Switzerland  

United  States. .  . 


Total . 


Great  Britain. 
Hong  Kong. . . 
Germany . 
United  States. 

Total.... 


Great  Britain .... 
Newfoundland . . . 
Aust  ria-  Hungary 

France .   

Germany  

United  States. .  . . 


Total . 


Undershirts  and  drawers . 


Great  Britain. 

Denmark  

France   

Germany  . . 
Switzerland. . . 
United  States. 

Total. . . . 


No. 


335 
456 
554 


1,345 


Doz. 
2,107 
5 
474 
297 


Doz.  pairs. 
264,125 
3 

300 
7,625 
26,471 
5,107 

303,631 


Value. 


62,358 
15 
640 
18,119 
1,777 
10,291 


93,200 


062 
287 
619 


1,568 


76,730 
5 
12 
533 
40 
52 
1,757 
12,515 
324 
1,688 


93,656 


12,485 

2,601 
1,815 


16,961; 


474,326 

6, 

1,127; 

5,310! 
38,823 
6,956 


526,548 


89,480 
298 
500 
4,712 
307 

15,812 

111,109 


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of  Imports — Continued. 


255 


Entered  for  Home  Consumption. 


General  Tariff. 

Preferential  Tariff. 

'V.  I 

lotai. 

Value 

Duty. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty 
Collected. 

8 

7,312 
15 
640 
18,690 
1,777 
11,080 

S  cts. 

2,559  20 
5  25 

224  00 
6,541  50 

621  95 
3,878  00 

No. 

8 

04,4yo 

8  cts. 

19  71 A  Af\ 
i - . i 10  40 

No. 

8 

61,810 
15 
640 
18,690 
1,777 
11,080 

8  cts. 

15,275  65 
5  25 
224  00 
6,541  50 
621  95 
3,878  00 

39,514 

13,829  90 

■  i4,4!>> 

IO  T1A  iK 
L&,  1  10  40 

94,012 

26,546  35 

■vr 

920 

827 

192  97 

No. 

920 
456 
542 

827 
287 
604 

192  97 
100  45 
211  40 

287^         i6o  45 
604          211  40 

891          311  85 

192  97 

1,918 

1,718}             504  82 

7,1881       2,156  20 
5             1  50 
12             3  60 
533          159  90 
40|           12  00 
52            15  60 
1,757          527  10 
12,519        3,755  70 
324!           97  20 
l.fiflft           506  40 

69,546 

13,909  24 

76,734 
5 
12 
533 
40 
52 
1,757 
12,519 
324 
1,688 

16,065  44 
1  50 
3  60 
159  90 
12  00 
15  60 
527  10 
3,755  70 
97  20 
506  40 

1 

24,118 

7,235  20 

69,546 

13,909  24 

93,664 

21,144  44 

165 
60 
2,601 
1,815 

57  75 
21  00 
910  35 
635  25 

Doz. 
2,064 

12,368 

2,885  98 

Doz. 
2,107 
5 
474 
297 

12,533 
60 
2,601 
1,815 

2,943  73 
21  00 
910  35 
635  25 

4,641 

1,624  35 

2,064 

12,368 

2,885  98 

2,883 

17,009 

4,510  33 

12,718 
6 

4,451  30 
2  10 

Doz.  p&irs. 
266,614 

479,189 

111,811  41 

Doz.  pairs. 
274,265 
3 

491,907 

6 

116,262  71 
2  10 

5,319 
37,877 
7,903 

1,861  65 
13,256  95 
2,766  05 

7,629 
26,018 
5,607 

5,319 
37,877 
7,903 

1,861  65 
13,256  95 
2,766  05 

63,823 

22,338  05 

266,614 

479,189 

111,811  41 

313,522 

543,012 

134,149  46 

5,317 
298 
500 
4,585 
307 
12,944 

1,860  95 
104  30 
175  00 

1,604  75 
107  45 

4,530  40 

79,870 

18,636  38 

85,187 
298 
500 
4,585 
307 

12  944 

20,497  33 
104  30 
175  00 
1,604  75 
107  45 

4  -WO  40 

23,951 

8,382  85 


79,870 

18,636  38 

103,82l|         27,019  23 



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1-2  EDWARD  VII.,  A.  1902 

No.  1. — General  Statement 


Total  Imports. 


Articles  Imported. 


Countries. 


DUTIABLE  GOODS— Con. 

Wool,  manufactures  of — Con. 
Yarns  costing  30c.  per  lb.  and  over,  im- 
ported on  the  cop,  tube  or  in  the 
hank  by  manufacturers  of  woollen 
goods  for  use  in  their  products  


Quantity. 


Yarns,  N.E.S. 


All  fabrics  and  manufactures  com- 
posed wholly  or  in  part  of  wool, 
worsted,  &c,  N.E.S  


Women's  and  children's  dress  goods, 
coat  linings,  Italian  cloths,  alpacas, 
Orleans,  cashmeres,  henriettas,  ser 
ges, buntings,  nun 's  cloth , bengal  ines, 
whip  cords,  twills,  plains  or  jas 
quards  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  square  yard, 
imported  in  the  gray  or  unfinished 
state  for  the  purpose  of  being  dyed 
or  finished  in  Canada  


Blouses  and  shirt  waists. 


Great  Britain 

Belgium  , 

France   

Germany  

United  States, 

Total  

Great  Britain . 

France  

Germany  

United  States. 

Total  


Great  Britain .  . . 
Austria-Hungary 

Belgium  

China   

France  

Germany.   

Holland  

Switzerland.  . .  . 
United  States  


Lbs. 


438,558 
49,570 
160 
100,858 
4,456 


Value. 


Quantity. 


Lbs. 


179,716 
24,337 
16' 
33,705 
2,499 


593,608 


174,453 
•274 
87,872 
56,218 


318,81' 


Total 


Great  Britain. 

France  

Germany  

Switzerland  . . 
United  States. 


Total 


Great  Britain. 

China   

France.   

Germany.  ... 
United  States. 


Sq.  Yds. 


163,612 
53.315 
67,420 
4,815 
5,301 


240,424 


91,790 
343 
41,793 
4,912 


133,838 


2,374,290 
1,713 
3,818 
126 
505,423 
166,902 
294 
2,217 
44,371 


3,099,154 


294,463 


26,633 
9,621 

13,236 
789 
916 


51,195 


5,707 
33 
311 
113 

2,364 


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SESSIONAL  PAPER  No.  11 

of  Imports — Continued. 


.Entered  for  Home  Consumption. 

General  Tariff. 

Preferential  Tariff. 

Total. 

Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty 
Collected. 

1 

$  cts. 

Lbs. 

8 

$  cts. 

Lbs. 

S 

$  cts. 

8,362 
21,801 
167 
33,705 

2,499 

1,672  40 
4,360  20 
33  40 

442,316 

177,743 

23,699  47 

457,614 
44,397 
166 

186,105 
21,801 
m  167 
*33,705 

25,371  87 
4,360  20 
33  40 

6,741  00 

100,85* 
4,456 

6,741  00 
499  80 

499  80 

2.499 

1 

66,534 

13,306  80 

442,316 

177,743 

23,699  47 

607,491 

244,277 

37,00t>  27 

1,760 
343 
40.672 
4,912 

528  00 
102  9C 
12,201  60 
1,473  60 

156,828 

86,967 

17,393  40 

160,067 
274 
85.604 

88,727 
343 
40,672 
4,912 

17,921  40 
102  90 
12,201  60 
1,473  60 

56,218 



47,687 

14,306  lo!  156,828 

86,967 

17,393  40 

302,163 

134,654 

31,699  50 

450,315 
1,713 
3  818 
'l26 

157,610  25 

;"99  55 

1,928,843 

450,065  08 

2,379,158 
1,713 

o  o-i  O 
0,010 

126 

607,675  33 
599  55 

1  OQ£  on 
1,000  oU 

44  10 

173,048  05 
60,478  60 
102  90 
775  95 
15,495  63 



1.336  30 !   

44  10 

494.423 
172,796 
294 

173,048  05 
60,478  60 

494,423 

17V96 
294 

102  90 

2,217 

775  95 

2,217 
44,273 

44,273 

15,495  63 

1,169,975 

409,491  33 

1,928,843 

450,065  08 

3,098,818 

859,556  41 

Sq.  Yds. 

Sq.  Yds. 

359 
11,012 
13,456 

789 

89  75 
2,753  00 
3,364  00 
197  25 
290  25 

165,448 

28,405 

4,734  21 

167,743 
57.347 
66,002 

28,764 
11,012 
13,456 
789 
1,161 

4,823  96 
2,753  00 
3,364  00 
197  25 
290  25 

4,815 
6,511 

1,161 

26,777 

6,694  25 

165,448 

28,405 

4,734  21 

302,418 

55,182 

11,428  46 

548 

191  80 

5,555 

1,296  18 

6,103 
33 
311 
113 

2,364 

1,487  98 
11  55 
108  8f 

39  5c 
827  40 

33 

11  55 

311 

108  85 

113 

39  55 

2,364 

827  40 

3,369 

1,179  15 

5,555 

1,296  18 

8,924 

2,475  33 



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CUSTOMS  DEPARTMENT 


1-2  EDWARD  VII.,  A.  1902 

No  1. — General  Statement 


Articles  Imported. 


Countries. 


Total  Imports. 


Quantity,  i  Value. 


Quantity. 


DUTIABLE  GOODS— Con. 

Wool,  manufactures  of— Con. 

Clothing,  ready  made,  and  wearing 
apparel,  composed  wholly  or  in  part 
of  wool,  worsted,  &c,  N.E.S  


Venetian. 


felts,  printed. 


Smyrna 


Great  Britain  

B.  W.  Indies  

Hong  Kong  , 

Newfoundland  . 
Austria-Hungary  . 

Belgium  

China  , 

France  ...   

Germany  , 

Holland   

Japan  

Norway  &  Sweden 

Russia  

St.  Pierre  

Switzerland  

United  States  . 


Total 


Hosiery,  N.E.S. . 

Carpets,  Brussels 

ii  damask. . . 
it    tapestry. . 


Great  Britain. 

France  

Germany. . . . 
United  States. 


Total 


Great  Britain. 

France  

Germany  

United  States. 

Total  .  . 

Great  Britain . 


Great  Britain. 

France  

Germany .... 

Japan   

Switzerland. . . 
United  States. 


Total. 


Great  Britain . 


Great  Britain. 
United  States. 

Total.... 


Great  Britain . 


464,214 
15 
170 
51 
387 
116 
745 
33,962 
288,924 


Yds. 
645,689 
317 
410 
5,162 


651,578 
3,608 


862 
10 
38 
10 

307 
161,5*4 


951,395 


62,986 
348 
1,795 
2,792 


67,921 


406,145 
355 
466 
3,881 


410,847 
2,178 


1,388,766 
6,185 
7,047 
115 
67 
8,303 

1,410,483 


03 


163 
1,208 


1,371 


32 


460,679 
2,172 
2,433 
60 
19 
4,497 

469,860 


48 


213 
1,550 


1,763 


Yds. 


7,515 
317 
410 

4,868 


13,110 


12,446 
5,462 
8,082 
165 
67 
8,597 

34,799 


1,208 
1,208 


32 


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of  Imports — Continued. 


Entered  for  Home  Consumption. 

General  Tariff. 

Preferential  Tariff. 

Total. 

"Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity. 

v  aiue. 

uuiy. 

n 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty 
Collected. 

8 

92  143 

8  cts. 
32,250  05 

$ 

371,764 

S  cts. 
86,746  16 

f 

463,907 

8   cts . 
118,996  21 

170 
51 
387 
116 
745 
34,047 
286,818 
'758 
862 
10 
38 

59  50 
17  85 
135  45 
40  60 
260  75 
11,916  45 
100,386  30 
265  30 
301  70 
3  50 
13  30 

170 
51 
387 
116 
745 
34,047 
286.818 
758 
862 
10 
38 

59  50 
17  85 
135  45 
40  60 
260  75 
11,916  45 
100,3S6  30 
265  30 
301  70 
3  50 
13  30 



307 
164,596 

107  45 
57,608  60 

307 
164,596 

107  45 
57,608  60 





581,048 



203,366  80 

371,764 

86,746  16 

952,812 

S90,112  96 

3,710 
348 
1,795 
1,614 

1,298  50 
121  80 
628  25 
564  90 

59,276 

13,831  22 

62,986 
348 
1,795 
1,614 

15,129  72 
121  80 
628  25 
564  90 

7,407 

2,613  45 

59,276 

13,831  22 

66,743 

16,444  67 

5  301 
'355 
466 
3,709 

1,855  35 
'l24  25 
163  10 
1,298  15 

Yds. 
651,755 

407,302 

95,037  57 

Yds. 
659,270 
317 
410 
4,868 

412,603 
355 
466 
3,709 

96,892  92 
'l24  25 
163  10 
1,298  15 



9,831 

3,440  85 

651,755 

407,302 

95,037  57 

664,865 

417,133 

98,478  42 

3,807 

2,278 

531  53 

3,807 

2,278 

531  53 

7,387 
1,746 
2,834 
91 
19 
4,669 

2,585  45 
611  10 
991  90 
31  85 
6  65 
1.634  15 

1,381,871 

458,937 

107,085  81 

1,394,317 
5,462 
8,062 
165 
67 
8,597 

466,324 
1,746 
2,834 
91 
19 
4,669 

109,671  26 
611  10 
991  90 
31  85 
6  65 
1,634  15 

 •  



16,746 

5,861  10 

1,381,871 

458,937 

107,085  81 

1,416,670 

475,683 

112,946  91 

1 

63 

48 

11  20 

63 

48 

11  20 

•  i 

163 

213 

49  67 

163 
1,208 

213 
1,550 

49  67 
542  50 



1,550:         542  50 

1,550          542  50 

163 

213 

49  67 

1,271 

1,763 

592  17 

r 

85 

29  75 

32 

85 

29  75 

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CUSTOMS  DEPARTMENT  n 

1-2  EDWARD  VII.,  A.  1902 

No.  1. — General  Statement 


Articles  Imported 


DUTIABLE  GOODS — Con. 

Wool,  manufactures  of— Con. 
Turkish  and  imitation  Turkish. 


carpets,  two-ply  and  three-ply, 
treble  ingrain,  composed 
wholly  of  wool  


carpets,  two-ply  and  three-ply, 
ingrain,  of  which  the  warp  is 
composed  wholly  of  cotton  or 
other  material  than  wool, 
worsted,  &c.  . .   


Felt,  pressed,  of  all  kinds,  not  filled 
or  covered  by  or  with  any  woven 
fabric  


Shoddy. 


Zinc,  manufactures  of,  N.O.P. 


Damaged  goods,  under  sections  49  to  53  of 
Revised  Statutes,  cap.  32  


Additional  duties,  post  entries,  over  col- 
lections, &c    


Countries. 


Great  Britain 
United  States. 

Total. . . . 


Great  Britain . 
United  States. 


Total . 


Great  Britain. 
Germany ..... 
United  States. 

Total .... 


Great  Britain.  .  .  . 
Austria-Hungary 

France  

Germany  

United  States. . . 

Total  


Great  Britain. 
United  States. 


Total. 


Great  Britain. 

Belgium  

F  ranee  

Germany  

United  States. 

Total. 


Great  Britain. 
B.  W.  Indies. 

Germany  

United  States. 

Total .... 


Total  Dutiable  Goods 


Total  Imports. 


Quantity. 


Yds. 


21,3-10 

225 


21,565 


29,003 
2,960 


31,903 


9,425 
356 
250 


10,031 


Lbs. 
68,497 
20,750 
8,403 
233,865 
157,843 


488,858 


24,134 
19,543 


43,677 


Value. 


Quantity. 


18,502 
207 


18,709 


15,320 
1,763 


17,083 


2,590 
9' 
68 


2,755 


27,000 
9,590 
4,317 
100,419 

40,736 


182,062 


3,178 
393 


3,571 


133 
95 
32 

718 
5,882 


6,860 


1,529 
29 
304 
7,049 


8,971 


115,574,658 


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261 


Entered  fok  Home  Consumption. 


General  Tariff. 

Preferential  Tariff.  Total. 

! 

Value.  Duty. 

Quantity. 

Dntv 

Quantity. 

Duty 
Collected. 

$ 

7,229 
207 

$    cts. 1  Yds. 

2,530  15j  19,184 
72  45   

$ 

11,273 

S  cts. 
2,630  39 

Yds. 

21,340 
225 

• 

18,502 
\  207 

$  cts. 

5,100  54 
72  45 

7,436 

2,002  60  19,184 

11,273 

2,030  39 

21,565 



18,709 

5,232  99 

410 
1,910 

143  50 

668  50 

30,762 

15,647 

3,051  00 

32,299 
3,157 

16,057 
1,910 

■ 

3,794  50 
668  50 

2,320 

812  00 

30,762 

15,647 

3,651  00 

c  5,456 



17,967 

4,463  00 

97 
68 

33  95 
23  80 

• 

9,425 

2,590 



604  35 



9,425 
356 
250 

2,590 
97 
68 

004  35 
33  95 
23  80 

165 

57  75 

9,425 

2,590 

604  35 

10,031 

2,755 

662  10 

5,757 
9,590 
4,698 
100.419 
40,865 

1,151  40 
1,918  00 
939  00 
20,083  80 
8,173  00 

Lbs. 
57,524 

2L221 

2,829  56 

Lbs. 
68,573 
20,750 
8,907 
233,365 
158,443 

26,978 
9,590 
4,698 
100,419 

40,865 

3,980  96 
1,918  00 
939  60 
20,083  80 
8,173  00 

101,329 

32,265  80 

57,524 

21,221 

2,829  56 

490,038 

182,550 

35/  95  36 

393 

78  60 

24,134 

3,178 

423  73 



24,134 
19,543 

3,178 
393 

423  73 
78  60 

393 

78  60 

24,134 

3,178 

423  73 

43,077 

3,571 

502  33 

89 
95 
32 
718 
5,904 

22  25 

23  75 
8  00 

179  50 

44 

7  34 

133 
95 
32 

718 

29  59 
23  75 
8  00 
179  tsn 

1,476  00 

5,904;          1,476  00 

6,838 

1,709  50 

44 

7  34 

6,S82           1,716  84 

50 

15  00 

2,463 
29 

377  34 
6  00 

2,513 
29 
364 
0  0K<1 

392  34 
6  00 
109  20 
9  rwo  M 

364 
6,609 

109  20 
2,090  83 

7.083;       2,215  03 

i 



2,492 

S83  34 

9,575 

2,598  37 

42,259  17 

747  32 

43,006  49 

•;  

78,466,819  23,826,835  91 

27,502,937 

5,280,143  98 

105,969,750 

29,106,979  89 

262  CUSTOMS  DEPARTMENT  ii 

1-2  EDWARD  VII.,  A.  1902 

No.  1. — General  Statement  of  Imports — Continued. 


Articles  Imported. 

Countries. 

Imported. 

Entered  for 

HOM  B 

Consumption. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

FREE  GOODS. 

Produce  of  the  Mine. 

Burstones  in  blocks,  rough  or  unmanu- 
factured, not  bound  up,or  prepared  for 

Chalk  stone,  China  or  Cornwall  stone, 
cliff  stone  and  felspar  ground  or  un- 

Great  Britain  

Total  

No. 

17 
3,584 
40 

$ 

231 

4,538 
993 

No. 

17 

3,584 
40 

$ 

231 
4,538 
993 

3,641 

5,762 

3,641 

5,762 

589 
5 

4,410 

589 
5 

4,410 

Clays,  viz.  : — 

 f 

Total  

Great  Britain  

Total  

5,004 

5,004 

Cwt. 
101,849 
38,614 

32,821 
14,598 

Cwt. 
101,849 
38,614 

32,821 
14,598 

140,463  47,419 

140,463 

47,419 

7,476 
1,061 
70,993 

7,476 
1.061 
70,993 

Total  

79,530 

79,530 

158 
168 

158 
168 

Clays,  allother,  N.E.S  

United  States  

Total  

326 

326 

39 
13,937 

39 
13,937 

Coal,  anthracite,  and  anthracite  coal  dust. 
Emery,  in  bulk,  crushed  or  ground  

United  States  

Total  

United  States  

Total  

Great  Britain  

13,976 

. 

13,976 

Tons. 

13,442 
1,919,841 

52,544 
7,871,406 

Tons. 

13,412 
1,919,841 

52,544 
7,871,406 

1,933,283 

7,923,950 

1,933,283 

7,923,950 

2,736 
301 

2,736 
301 
31 
13,243 

Flint,  flints  and  ground  flint  stones 

31 
13,243 

Total  

16,311 

16,311 

Great  Britain ... 
Total  

Cwt. 

44 
4,946 

49 
3,577 

Cwt. 

44 
4,946 

49 
3,577 

4,990 

3,626 

4,990 

3,626 

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Articles  Imported. 

Countries. 

Imported. 

Entered  for 

Home 
Consumption. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

FREE  GOODS — THE  JUNE — Con. 

United  States. 

•S 

252 

f 

252 

Fuller's  earth  in  bulk  only,  not  prepared 
for  toilet  or  other  purposes  

960 
2,187 

960 
2,187 

Gvpsuui,  crude  (sulphate  of  lime)  

Lava,  unmanufactured   

United  States.  . 
Total  

3,147 

3,147 

Great  Britain.  . . . 
United  States  

.  Total  

Great  Britain  

Germany. '  

United  States. . .  . 

Great  Britain.  . . . 
L  nitea  states. 

Total  

United  States  

Cwt. 
4,869 
3,003 

1,257 
562 

Cwt. 
4,869 
3,003 

1,257 
562 

7,872 

1,819 

7,872 

1,819 

Tons. 

623 
800 
1,265 
32,864 

645 
227 
701 
2,433 
38,885 

Tons. 
192 

iSW 

1,265 
32,864 

645 
227 
701 

2,433 
38.8S5 

35,744 

42,891 

35,744 

42,891 

4 

282 

in 

1,110 

4 

282 

15 
1,110 

286 

1,125 

286 

1,125 

12 

12 

Pumice  and  pumice  stone,  ground  or  un- 

Great  Britain  

424 
21 
243 
4,828 

424 
21 
243 
4,828 

Minerals,  viz.  : — 
Nickel      

France  

■  ■  ■ ■ \-  •  ■  ■ 

Italy  

Total  



5,516 

5,516 

United  States  

United  States. 

Great  Britain  

Belgium  

United  States.  . . . 

Total  

Cwt. 

10 

171 

Cwt. 

10 

171 

398 

2,158 

398 

2,158 

7,102 
4(5 
1,918 
2,066 

32,268 
244 
8,203 
11,229 

7,102 
46 
1,918 
2,066, 

32,268 
244 
8,203 
11,229 

11,132 

51,944 

11,132 

51,944 

1 

•14 

1 

64 

Mineral  waters,  natural,  not  in  bottle  J  United  States.  . . 

Galls. 
5,324 

749 

Galls. 
5,324 


749 

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Articles  Imported. 

Countries. 

Imported. 

Entered  for 

Home 
Consumption. 

Quantity . 

Value. 



107 

1,503 

Quantity. 

Value. 

FREE  GOODS— THE  MINE —  Con. 

Ores  of  metals,  all  kinds,  including  cobalt 

Great  Britain  

9 

107 

1,503 

Totol  

1,610 

1,610 

Belgium .  .  .... 

Great  Britain   

Lbs. 

65 

21 

Ijbs. 

65 

21 

Cwt. 

2 

515,000 
519,426 
1  4,460 
816,383 

2 

71,103 
1H5.032 

31,220 
330,659 

Cwt. 

2 

515,000 
519,426 
4,460 
816,383 

2 

71,103 
165,032 

31  220 
330,659 

Newfoundland  

Spain  

United  States  

Total  

Great  Britain  

1,855,271 

598,016 

l,8o5,271 

598,016 

2,396 
17,581 

2,396 
17,581 

Total  

19,977 

19,977 

Great  Britain.  . . . 

15,127 
4 

18,951 
4,686 
12,202 

15,127 
4 

18,951 
4,686 
12,202 

Diamonds,  unset,  diamond  dust  or  bort, 

Belgium  

Oe.rmn.nv_   ! 

Total  



50,970 

50,970 

Great  Britain  

382,498 
49,027 
5,403 
1,042 
135,112 
38,896 

382,498 
49,027 
5,403 
1,042 
135,112 
38,896 

Salt,  imported  from  the  United  Kingdom, 
or  any  British  Possession  ;  or  imported 
for  the  use  of  the  Sea  or  Gulf  fisheries . . 

Whitiug  or  whitening,   gilders'  whiting 

Holland   

Total   

Great  Brilain.  . . . 
B.  W.  Indies  .... 
Italy  

Spain  

Total  

Great  Britain  

Total  

611,978 

611,978 

Lbs. 
150,158,117 
11,188,641 
26,153,440 
5,608,440 
4,280,480 
18,882,485 

289,193 
12,172 
16,439 
4,069 
3,900 
14,114 

Lbs. 
150,158,117 
11,188,641 
26,153,440 
5,608,440 
4,280,480 
18,882,485 

289,193 
12,172 
16,439 
4,069 
3,900 
14,114 

216,271,603 

339,887 

216,271,603 

339,887 

Cwt. 
3,562 

2,106 

Cwt. 

3,562]  2,106 

202,766 
42 
7,060 

56,813 
160 
3,905 

202,766  66,813 
42           11 10 
7,060;  3,905 

209,868 

60,878 

209,868 

60,878 

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Articles  Imported. 

Countries. 

Imported. 

Entered  for 

Home 
Consumption. 

Quantity . 

Value. 

Quantity . 

Value. 

FREE  GOODS— THE  FISHERIES. 

L'nited  States. 

499 

$ 

499 

Fur  skins,  undressed,    the   produce  of 

United  States 

Newfoundland .... 
United  States  

1,183 

1,183 

9,631 
1,008 

9,631 
1,008 

Tortoise  and  other  shells  

Turtles  

Total  

10,r.39 

10,639 

Great  Britain  

I'nited  States  



3 

X 

3 
1 

Total  

4 

4 

30 
15,695 

30 

5 

15,695 

B.  W.  Indies  



Total  

15,730 

15,730 

Australia  

>o. 

1 

277 

13 
668 

No. 

1 

277 

13 
ooo 

Seed  and  breeding  oysters  imported  for 
the  purpose  of  being  planted  in  Cana- 

United  States. ,  . 
Total  

United  States  

United  States.  

Newfoundland  

Newfoundland . . . 
Newfoundland  

Newfoundland . .  . 

Newfoundland  

Newfoundland  

Newfoundland .... 

27* 

681 

278 

681 

Cwt. 

50 

2,760 

Cwt. 

50 

2,769 

18 

18 

Special  from  Newfoundland. 
Fish  :— 

Cod  haddock,  ling  and  pollock,  fresh . . . 
■i      ii       ii      dry  salted  or  smoked . . . 
■1      n       ii  pickled  

Halibut,  fresh   

{ 

Herring,  fresh  

M  pi**kled  

m  smoked    

Lbs. 
21,578 

1,994 

Lbs. 
21,578 

1,994 

Cwt. 
27,109 

84.910 

Cwt. 
27,109 

S4,910 

3 

11 

3 

11 

Lbs. 
19,740 

1,720 

Lbs. 
19,740 

1,720 

2,689,330 

26,962 

2,689,330 

26,962 

7,749,908 

100,343 

7,749,908 

100,343 

88,533 

'  2,020 

88,533 

2,020 

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Articles  Imported. 


FREE  GOODS — THE  FISHERIES — Con. 

Fish — Con. 
Sea  fish,  other,  fresh  


it  pickled  

Lobsters,  fresh  

it      fresh,  in  cans. 


Bait,  fish   clams  or    other,  fresh  or 
salted  


Salmon,  fresh  

ii  smoked.. 

ii      canned  . . . 

ii      pickled  . . . 

All  other,  fresh  

n  pickltd 


Countries. 


Fish  oil,  N.E.S.,  viz.:— 
Cod  


Seal . . 
Other 


Other  articles  produce  of  the  fisheries, 
N.E.S  


THE  FOREST. 


Corkwood 


Newfoundland . 
Newfoundland . 
Newf  onndland . 
Newfoundland 
Newfoundland . 
Newfoundland . 
Newfoundland . 
Newfoundland . 
Newfoundland . 
Newfoundland . 
Newfoundland . 
Newfoundland . 
Newfoundland . 
Newfoundland . 
Newfoundland 


Great  Britain. 

Portugal  

Spain  

Lnited  States. 


Total. 


Barks — 

Corkwood  bark  iGreat  Britain . 

Spain  

United  States. 

Total .... 


Imported. 


Quantity.  Value 


Lbs. 


100 


80,800 


Brls. 


17 


Lbs. 
353,968 


Brls. 


212 


41,393 


G77 


687,203 


Lbs 


26 


Galls. 
44,156 


62,187 


1,420 


2,888 


111 


85,257 


266 


Lbs. 

139,401  11,717 


3,246 


84 


36,578 


725 


14,659 


22,682 


632 


216 


Entered  for 

Home 
Consumption. 


Quantity.  Value 


Lbs. 


100 


80,800 


Brls. 


17 


Lbs. 
353,968 


Brls. 


212 


Lbs. 
139,401 


41,393 


677 


687,203 


Lbs. 


26 


Galls. 
44,156 


62,187 


1,420 


3,683 
573 
3,783j 
58,404 


66,443 


55 
1,673 
12,817 

14,545 


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Articles  Imported. 

Countries. 

Imported. 

Entered  for 

Home 
Consumption. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

FREE  GOODS— THE  FOREST — Con. 

Barks — Con. 

(D)  shovel  handles  wholly  of  wood  

Felloes  of  hickory  wood,  rough  sawn  to 
shape  only,  or  rough  sawn  and  bent  to 
shape,  not  planed,  smoothed  or  other- 
wise manufactured    

Cords. 

20 

$ 

103 

Cords 

20 

1UO 

145  949 

145 

949 

3,475 
15,193 

3  475 
15' 193 

United  States. 

Total  

18,06* 

18, 60S 

19 

24,585 

Handle,  heading,  stave  and  shingle  bolts.. 

United  States  

Total  

24,604 

24,604 

18,763 

18  763 

United  States  

6,028 

6,028 

Hickory  sawn  to  shape  for  spokes  of  wheels 

Hickory  spokes  rough  turned,  not  tenoned, 
mitred,  throated,  faced,  sized,  cut  to 
length,  round  tenoned  or  polished  

Hop  poles  

5,004 

5,004 

United  States  

99,471 

99,471 

United  States  

217 

207 

Hubs  for  wheels,  posts,  last  blocks,  waggon, 
oar,  gun,  heading  and  all  like  blocks 
or  sticks,  rough  hewn  or  sawed  only . . 

Ivorv  nuts  (vegetable)  

Great  Britain  

1 

17 1 
14,167 

17 
14,167 

Total  

14,184 

14,184 

United  States  ! 

16,458 

 i 

16,458 

Fence  posts  and  railroad  ties  France  

|  Germany  

United  States. 


Logs,  and  round  unmanufactured  timber. 


Lumber  and  timber,  planks  and  boards, 
when  not  otherwise  manufactured 
than  rough  sawn  or  split  or  creosoted, 
vulcanized,  or  treated  by  any  other 
preserving  process  : — 
Cocoboral   


375 
1,309  . 
238,877  . 


Total. 


240,561 


Great  Britain .  . 
Newfoundland . 
United  States. . 


Total. 


United  States. 


M.  ft. 


33| 
1,245! 
261,5851 


262,863i . 


13 


M.  ft. 
392  13 


375 
1,309 
238,877 


33 
1,245 
261,585 


i!i;2.s«;3 


392 


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No.  1. — General  Statement  of  Imports — Continued. 


Articles  Imported. 

Countries. 

Imported. 

Entered  for 

Home 
Consumption. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

FREE  GOODS — THE  FOREST — Con. 

Lumber  and  timber — Con. 

$ 

56 

$ 

56 

• 

Cherry,      chestnut,      gu  in  wood  and 
hickory  and  whitewood  

Oak  

Great  Britain  

United  States.  .  . 

Total  

Great  Britain  

United  States.  

Total  

M.  ft. 

1 

5,730 

19 

197,360 

M.  ft. 

1 

5,730 

19 

197,360 

5,731 

197,379 

5,731 

197,379 

21 
393 

2,724 
44,936 

21 

393 

2,724 
44,936 

414 

47,6u0 

414 

47,660 

27,643 

804,180 

27,643 

804,180 

Australia  

3 

23,593 

167 

444,565 

3 

23,593 

167 
444,565 

Walnut  

White  ash   . 

African  teak,  black  heart  ebony,  lig- 
num vitte,  red  cedar  and  satin-wood.. 

Total  

United  States  

Great  Britain  

United  States  

Total        .  . 

Great  Britain  

Germany  

LTnited  States  

Total  

Great  Britain  

23,596 

444,732 

23,596 

444,732 

950 

21,716 

950 

21,716 

4 

455 

4 

455 

5 

181 

5 

181 

422 

5,744 

422 

5,744 

25 

1,083 

25 

1,983 

1 

1,580 

62 
57,844 

1 

1,580 

62 
57,844 

1,581 

57,906 

l',581 

57,906 

62 
1 

715 

1,228 
17 

22,148 

62 
1 

715 

1,228 
17 
22,148 

778 

23,393 

778 

23,393 

9 

120 
36 
13,647 

9 
120 
36 
13,647 

B.  W.  Indies, 

Porto  Rico/.  

United  States.  . . . 

Total  

1 

U2 

1 

112 

113 

13,812 

113 

13,812 

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Articles  Imported. 


FREE  GOODS — THE  FOREST —  Con. 

Lumber  and  timber — Con. 

Ship  timber  and  ship  planking,  N.O.P. . 


Timber   or   lumber   hewn    or  sawed, 
squared  or  sided,  or  creosoted  


Sawed  or  split  boards,  planks,  deals, 
and  other  lumber,  when  not  further 
manufactured  than  dressed  on  one 
side  only  or  creosoted,  vulcanized  or 
tieated  by  any  preserving  process 


Pine  clapboards . 


Spruce  clapboard . 


Laths 


Pickets  and  palings 


Shingles 


Staves,  not  listed  or  jointed,  of  wood  of 
all  kinds  


Sawdust  of  the  following  woods  : — Ama 
ranth,  cocoboral,  boxwood,  cherry, 
chestnut,  walnut,  gumwood,  ma- 
hogany, pitch  pine,  rosewood,  sandal 
wood,  sycamore,  Spanish  cedar,  oak, 
hickory,  whitewood,  African  teak, 
black  heart  ebony,  lignum  vitse,  red 
cedar,  redwood,  satin-wood,  white  ash, 
persimmon  and  dogwood  


Wood  for  fuel  United  States. 


Countries. 


Great  Britain . 
United  States. 

Total  ... 


Great  Britain . . . 
Newfoundland . . . 
Austria-  Hungary 
United  States  


Total . 


Great  Britain. . . 
Austria-Hungary 
United  States. . . . 


Total. 


Great  Britain . 
United  States. 


Total  ... 
United  States. 


Newfoundland 
United  States. . 

Total . .  . . 


United  States. 


United  States. 


Great  Britain. 
United  States. 


Total . 


Great  Britain. 
United  States. 


Imported. 


Quantity .  Value 


Total 


ML  ft. 

30 
1 

52,543 


52,574 


36 
163 


199 


488 


M. 

450 
3,273 


3,723 


22,204 


1 

15,721 


15,722 


Cords. 
19,077 


27> 

3,883 


4,161 


Entered  for 

Home 
Consumption. 


Quantity .  Value. 


315 
1,431 
204 
208,123 


210,073 


586 
60 

704,222 


M.  ft. 

30 
1 

52,543 


704,868!       52,574;  7 


621 
2,213 


2,834 


36 
163 


199 


4,729' 


4(50 
6,299 


6,759 


11 

450 
3,273 


3,723 


3,305 


33,914 


16 
69,176 


69,192 


10 

1,737 


1,747 


38,915 


22