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3  GEORGE  V. 


SESSIONAL  PAPER  No.  11 


A.  1913 


REPORT 

OF  THE 

DEPARTMENT  OF  CUSTOMS 

CONTAINING  THE 

TABLES  OF  IMPORTS,  EXPORTS  AND  NAVIGATION 

OF  THE 

DOMINION  OF  CANADA 

FOR 

THE  FISCAL  YEAK  ENDED  MAEOH  31 

1912 

COMPILED  FROM  OFFICIAL  RETURNS 

PRINTED  BY  ORDER  OF  PARLIAMENT 


OTTAWA 

PRINTED  BY  C.  H.  PARMELEE,  PRINTER  TO  THE  KING'S  MOST 

EXCELLENT  MAJESTY 

1912 

[No.  11—1913] 


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3  GEORGE  V. 


SESSIONAL  PAPER  No.  11 


A.  1913 


To  His  Royal  Highness,  Field  Marshal  Prince  Arthur  William  Patrick  Albert, 
Duke  of  Connaught  and  Strathearn,  K.G.,  K.T.,  K.P.,  etc.,  etc.,  etc.,  Governor 
General  and  Commander-in-Chief  of  the  Dominion  of  Canada. 

May  it  Please  Your  Royal  Highness  : 

The  undersigned  has  the  honour  to  present  to  Your  Royal  Highness  the  Annual 
Report  of  the  Department  of  Customs,  containing  Tables  of  Imports,  Exports  and 
Navigation  of  the  Dominion  of  Canada  for  the  Fiscal  Year  ended  March  31,  1912,  as 
prepared  from  Official  Returns  and  laid  before  me  by  the  Commissioner  of  Customs. 


All  of  which  is  respectfully  submitted. 
Ottawa,  June  3,  1912. 


J.  D.  REID, 

Minister  of  Customs. 


3  GEORGE  V. 


SESSIONAL  PAPER  No.  11 


A.  1913 


Customs  Department, 

Ottawa,  May  29,  1912. 

Hon.  J.  D.  Reid, 

Minister  of  Customs. 

I  have  the  honour  to  hand  you  the  Annual  Report  of  the  Department  of  Customs, 
containing  Tables  of  Imports,  Exports  and  Navigation  of  the  Dominion  of  Canada  for 

the  fiscal  year  ended  March  31,  1912. 

I  have  the  honour  to  be,  sir, 

Your  obedient  servant, 

JOHN  McDOUGALD, 

Commissioner  of  Customs. 


3  GEORGE  V. 


SESSIONAL  PAPER  No.  11 


A.  1913 


INDEX  TO  TABLES 


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£  Z 

03 

Subject. 

Description. 

Page 
Part  I. 

PART  I. 

«           —  .  m  .  , 

ERRATA. 

Pare  N,  page  394-Last  item  on  page,  for  "United  States,"  read  "United  Kingdom." 

Part  II,  page  403— Third  item  from  foot  of  page,  "Spirits,  Ethyl  Alcohol,"  &c,  unit  of 
qua-  tity  should  read  "  Galls." 

Part  II,  page  419— First  item  should  read  for— 

Brls.  $ 
Holland  899  * 

Japan  1 
Mexico  1 0 

Part  II,  page  459— Last  item  should  read  for  total- 
China  3}001 
Germany  2G,79G 

Part  II,  page  462— First  item,  Alaska  total  "  540  "  should  read  "  450." 
Part  II,  page  502— Third  item  should  read  for  total  "B.  South  Africa  10  330 


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30 


17 
18 

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20 

21 

22 

23 
23 

24 

25 

2ti 


Imj>orts  and  Exports 
Imports   . 


maies,  jyiz     - 

Dominion  Abstract,  value  of  Imports  by  Countries,  1912  (Duti- 
able and  Free)  and  Exports  (Home  and  Foreign  products) 
Abstract  by  Countries,  value  of  Goods  Imported  and  entered 

for  Consumption,  1912  

Exports  jAbstract  by  Countries,  value  of  Exports  from  Canada,  1912. . . 

Imports   Abstract  of  Food,  Raw,  Manufactured  and  Miscellaneous  art- 
icles G.B.  "  Brit.  Poss.,  other,"  and  foreign  countries,  1912. 
Exports  Abstract  of  Food,  Raw,  Manufactured  and  Miscellaneous  art- 
icles G.B.  "  Brit.  Poss.,  other," and  foreign  countries,  1912. 

 Summary  Statement  of  Exports,  showing  Home  and  Foreign 

produce     

Statement  of  Goods  Exported,  1911  and  1912  . .   ... 

Statement  of  Exports  to  Countries  embraced  in  the  British 

Empire  and  all  other  Countries  .   

Value  of  Goods  Imported  and  Exported  via  United  States 

Ports,  1912  

Statement  of  the  Value  of  Goods  remaining  in  Warehouse, 
1910,  19L1  and  1912. 


Imports  and  Exports. 
Warehousing  


Transhipment  

Imports  and  Exports. . 


Statement  of  Transhipment  trade  at  Montreal.. 
Value  of  Goods  Imported  and  Exported  via  St. 


Lawrence . 


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3  GEORGE  V. 


SESSIONAL  PAPER  No.  11 


A.  1913 


INDEX  TO  TABLES 


Subject. 


Imports  and  Exports 
Aggregate  Trade  

M  II        ...  . 

Exports  

Imports  

Revenue  

it  percentage. 

Imports  and  Exports 

Shipping  

Imports  and  Exports 

Imports   

Exports  


Revenue. 


Imports 


Imports  and  Exports. 
Imports  and  Exports. 


Description. 


PART  I. 

Comparative  Tables. 

Total  Exports,  Imports,  Goods  entered  for  Consumption  and 

Duty  collected  from  1868  to  1912  

Total   Trade   (entered  for  Consumption  and  Exported)  by 

Countries,  1873  to  1912  

Total  Trade,  Imports  and  Exports,  1868  to  1912  

Total  Exports  by  Countries,  1873  to  1912.  

Total  value  of  Goods  entered  for  Consumption,  by  Countries, 

1873  to  1912  

Total  Duty  Collected  by  Countries,  1873  to  1912  

Percentage  of  Duty  on  Imports,  percentage  expense  of  collec- 
tion, 1868  to  1912    

Comparative  Statement  of  Imports  and  Exports,  showing  per- 
centage excess  of  Imports  over  Exports,  &c,  1H68  to  1912. 
Total  Vessels  built,  registered  and  sold,  and  Total  Tonnage 

entered  Inwards  and  Outwards  since  Confederation  

Comparative  Statement  by  Ports,  Exports,  Imports  entered 

for  Consumption,  3  years  

Articles  entered  for  Consumption  by  principal  ports  

Articles  exported  from  principal  ports  


Tables  for  Fiscal  Year  1912. 


Statement  of  Customs  Duties  collected  at  each  Port  and  Out 

port,  1912  

Summary  Statement,  Dutiable,  1912  

Free,  1912  

Statement  of  Imports  from  Countries  embraced  in  the  British 

Empire  and  other  Countries,  1912  

Statement  of  Goods  entered  for  Consumption,  1911  and  1912. . 
Statement  of  Imports  and  Exports  from  and  to  the  West 

Indies,  1912    

Dominion  Abstract,  value  of  Imports  by  Countries,  1912  (Duti- 
able and  Free)  and  Exports  (Home* and  Foreign  products) 

Imports  Abstract  by  Countries,  value  of  Goods  Imported  and  entered 

for  Consumption,  1912  

Exports  Abstract  by  Countries,  value  of  Exports  from  Canada,  1912. . . 

Imports   Abstract  of  Food,  Raw,  Manufactured  and  Miscellaneous  art 

icles  G.B.  "  Brit.  Poss.,  other,"  and  foreign  countries,  1912 

Ex]K>rts  Abstract  of  Food,  Raw,  Manufactured  and  Miscellaneous  art 

icles  G.B.  "Brit.  Poss.,  other," and  foreign  countries,  1912. 

ii   Summary  Statement  of  Exports,  showing  Home  and  Foreign 

produce     

 [Statement  of  Goods  Exported,  1911  and  1912.    ... 

Statement  of  Exports  to  Countries  embraced  in  the  British 

Empire  and  all  other  Countries  .  

Value  of  Goods  Imported  and  Exported  via  United  States 

Ports,  1912  _  

Statement  of  the  Value  of  Goods  remaining  in  Warehouse, 

1910,  1911  and  1912  

Statement  of  Transhipment  trade  at  Montreal  

Value  of  Goods  Imported  and  Exported  via  St.  Lawrence  


Imports  and  Exports. 
Warehousing  


26  Transhipment  

27  Imports  and  Exports 


VI 


CI  8T01IS  DEPA  RTMEXT 


INDEX  TO  TAULES-Conctuded. 


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General  Imports. 

ii  ti 
General  Exjxjrts. 

tt  tl 

Shipping  


Description. 


Pack 
Part  II. 


PART  II. 

General  Statement  of  Imjorts  by  Countries,  Dutiable  

ti  ii  n  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  Outward  for  Sea. . . . 

Summary  Statement  of  Sea-going  Vessels  entered  and  cleared 
by  Ports  

Statement  of  the  Nationalities  of  Sea-going  Vessels  

Summary  of  Sen-going  Vessels  entered  Inwards  and  Outwards 

Summary  StUement  of  all  Vessels  arrived  and  departed  

Trade  with  each  Country  by  Ports  and  Nationality  of  Vessels 
Inwards    

Summary  Statement  of  Vessels  Inward.-'  from  Sea,  by  Coun- 
tries and  Nationalties  

Trade  with  each  Country  by  Ports  and  Nationalities  of  Vessels, 
Outwards  

Summary  Statement  of  Vessels  Outwards  for  Sea,  by  Coun- 
tries and  Nationalities  

Statement  of  intercourse  by  InLmd  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  i.     built  and  registered  


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EXPLANATORY  NOTES 

In  General  Statement  No.  1  (Pt.  ii)  of  Imports  and  Goods  entered  for  Consumption, 
the  term  '  Entered  for  Consumption  '  is  the  technical  term  in  use  at  the  custom 
house,  and  does  not  imply  that  the  goods  have  been  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  40  of  the  Customs  Act,  which 
provides  that  the  value  of  imported  goods  subject  to  ad  valorem  duty  'shall  be 
the  fair  market  value  thereof,  when  sold  for  home  consumption,  in  the  principal 
markets  of  the  country  whence  and  at  the  time  when  the  same  were  exported 
directly  to  Canada.' 

In  General  Statement  No.  3  (Pt.  ii)  of  Exports,  The  term  'The  Produce  of  Canada' 
includes  all  imported  articles  which  have  been  changed  in  form  or  enhanced  in 
value  by  further  manufacture  in  Canada,  such  as  sugar  refined  in  Canada  from 
imported  raw  sugar,  Hour  ground  from  imported  wheat,  and  articles  constructed 
or  manufactured  from  imported  materials. 

'  Goods  not  the  produce  of  Canada  '  shows  the  exports  of  foreign  goods  which  had 
been  previously  imported. 

Under  the  Regulations  commencing  July  1,  1900,  all  Export  entries  are 
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  July  1,  1900)  under  the  head  of  'Short 
returns  '  are  now  omitted. 

In  this  report,  the  tables  of  imports  and  exports  at  the  several  ports  of  entry  indicate 
that  merchandise  of  the  value  stated  was  entered  inwards  or  passed  outwards 
at  the  ports  mentioned,  but  do  not  imply  that  the  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  tl  e  G  en  ral 
Statements  of  Imports  and  Exports. 

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

The  value  of  1  Goods  not  the  Produce  of  Canada '  is  the  actual  cost  of  such  goods. 

The  initials  N.E.S.  mean  '  not  elsewhere  specified.' 

"         N.O.P.  mean  '  not  otherwise  provided  for.' 

The  expression  'Ton'  means  two  thousand  pounds,  and  'Cwt.'  one  hundred  pounds. 

"  '  Standard  hundred  '  wh  n  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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PART  I 
TABLES 

OF  THE 

TRADE  AND  NAVIGATION 


11 — i — 1 


3  GEORGE  V. 


SESSIONAL  PAPER  No.  11 


A.  1913 


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


Total 
Exports. 

Total 
Imports. 

Entered 
for 

Consumption. 

Duty. 

$ 

$ 

$ 

$  cts. 

OTidfd  June  30 

1868 

57,567,888 

73,459,644 

71,985,306 

S  819  431  6"i 

do 

do 

186d 

60,474,781 

70^415,165 

67,402,170 

8,298,909  71 

do 

do 

1  s7< » 

73,573, 490 

74,814,339 

71,237,603 

9,462,940  44 

do 

do 

1871 

74,173,618 

96,092,971 

86,947,482 

11,843,655  75 

do 

do 

1872 

82,639,063 

111,430,527 

107,709,116 

13,045,493  50 

do 

do 

1873 

89,789,922 

128,011,281 

127,514,594 

13  017  730  17 

do 

do 

1874 

89,351,928 

128,213,582 

127,404,169 

14,421,882  67 

do 

do 

1875 

77,886,979 

123,070,283 

119,618,657 

15,361,382  12 

do 

do 

1S76  

80,966,435 

93,210,346 

94,733,218 

12,833,114  48 

do 

do 

1877  

75,875,393 

99,327,962 

96,300,483 

12,548,451  09 

do 

do 

1878  

79,323,667 

93,081,787 

91,199,577 

12,795,693  17 

do 

do 

1879  

71,491,255 

81,964,427 

80,341,608 

12,939,540  66 

do 

do 

1880  

87,911,458 

86,489,747 

71,782,349 

14,138,849  22 

do 

do 

1881  

98,290,823 

105,330,840 

91,611,604 

18,500,785  97 

do 

do 

1882   

102,137,203 

119,419,500 

112,648,927 

21,708,837  43 

do 

do 

1883  

98,085,804 

132,254,022 

123,137,019 

23,172,308  97 

do 

do 

1884  

91,406,496 

116,397,043 

108,180,644 

20,164,963  37 

do 

do 

1885   

89,238,361 

108,941,486 

102,710,019 

19,133,558  99 

do 

do 

1886  

85,251,314 

104,424,561 

99,602,694 

19,448,123  70 

do 

do 

1887  

89,515,811 

112,892,236 

105,639,428 

22,469,705  83 

do 

do 

1888  

90,203,000 

110,894,630 

102,847,100 

22,209,641  53 

do 

do 

1889  

89,189,167 

115,224,931 

109,673,447 

23,784,523  23 

do 

do 

1890  

96,749,149 

121,858,241 

112,765,584 

24,014,908  07 

do 

do 

1891  

98,417,296 

119,967,638 

113,345,124 

23,481,069  13 

do 

do 

1892  

113,963,372 

127,406,068 

116,978,943 

20,550,581  53 

do 

do 

1893  

118,564,352 

129,074,268 

121,705,030 

21,161,710  93 

do 

do 

1894  

117,524,949 

123,474,940 

113,093,983 

19,379,822  32 

do 

do 

1895  

113,638,803 

110,781,682 

105,252,511 

17,887,269  47 

do 

do 

1896  

121,013,852 

118,011.508 

110,587,480 

20,219,037  32 

do 

do 

1897  

137,950,253 

119,218,609 

111,294,021 

19,891,996  77 

do 

do 

1898  

164,152,683 

140,323,053 

130,698,006 

22,157,788  49 

do 

do 

1899  

158,896,905 

162,764,308 

154,051,593 

25,734,228  75 

do 

do 

1900  

191,894,723 

189,622,513 

180,804,316 

28,889,110  13 

do 

do 

1901  

196,487,632 

190,415,525 

181,237,988 

29,106,979  89 

do 

do 

1902  

211,640,286 

212,270,158 

202,791,595 

32,425,532  31 

do 

do 

1903  

225,849,724 

241,214,961 

233,790,516 

37,110,354  59 

do 

do 

1904  

213,521,235 

259,211,803 

251,464,332 

40,954,349  14 

do 

do 

1905  

203,316,872 

266,834,417 

261,925,554 

42,024,339  92 

do 

do 

1906  

256,586,630 

294,286,015 

290,360,807 

46,671,101  18 

do 

March  31, 

*  1907  

205,277,197 

259,786,007 

257,254,882 

40,290,171  70 

do 

do 

1908... '  

280,006,606 

370,786,525 

358,428,616 

58,331,074  04 

do 

do 

1909  

261,512,159 

309,756,608 

298,205,957 

48,059,791  93 

do 

do 

1910  

301,358,529 

391,852,692 

375,833,016 

61,024,239  21 

do 

do 

1911  

297,196,365 

472,247,540 

461,951,318 

73,312,367  59 

do 

do 

1912  

315,317,250 

559,320,544 

547,482,190 

87,576,036  52 

*  9  months,  change  of  fiscal  year. 

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3  GEORGE  V.,,  A.  1913 

No.  2.  —  Aggregate  Trade  of  the  Dominion  by  Countries  on  the  basis  of  Goods  entered 

for  Consumption  and  Exported. 


United 
Kingdom. 


United 
States. 


France. 


107,266,624 
108,083,642 
100,379,969 
81,457,737 
81,139,708 
83,372,719 
67,288,848 
80,307,286 
97,335,378 
95,871,802 
99,197,682 
87,154,242 
83,284,482 
82,143,828 
89,534,079 

79,383,705 

80,422,515 

91,743,935 

91,328,384 

106,254,984 

107,228,906 

107,256,123 

92,988,727 

99,670,030 

106,639,690 

137,499,735 

136,151,978 

152,526,098 

148,347,120 

166,533,983 

190,099,222 

179,368,950 

162,301,480 

202,289,527 

169,717,174 

229,443,627 

204,428,319 

244,984,407 

246,901,573 

268,760,435 


89,808,204 
90,524,0(50 
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 

192,004,734 

209,389,119 

223,599,447 

240,142,642 

273,668,593 

234,964,509 

324,173,325 

272,631,127 

336,652,587 

404,331,540 

476,889,112 


S 

2,055,195 
2,569,712 
2,154,065 
2,394,812 
1,730,062 
1,754,394 
2,247,066 
1,928,670 
2,294,043 
2,922,931 
2,934,210 
2,160,804 
2,239,890 
2,509,581 
2,415,001 

2,642,557 

2,562,893 

2,894,154 

2,565,877 

2,770,173 

3,096,164 

3,081,950 

2,920,456 

3,392,482 

3,292,047 

5,000,613 

5,447,017 

5,743,272 

6,979,352 

8,061,042 

7,921,647 

7,804,453 

8,570,437 

9,788,078 

8,108,984 

11,708,641 

11,373,531 

12,750,192 

14,345,865 

13,868,369 


Germany. 


S 

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 

13,515,747 

14,380,336 

9,994,827 

7,842,068 

8,859,871 

6,541,513 

10,537,654 

7,536,917 

10,436,421 

12,710,357 

14,904,919 


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 

856,793 

962,497 

963,674 

779,482 

984,477 

934,469 

1,233,571 

979,536 

1,071,719 

1,182,690 

1,387,775 


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 

234,874 

293,376 

210,053 

227,281 

218,202 

282,622 

194,121 

171,116 

200,253 

274,468 

329,932 


Italy. 


229,657 
236,296 
214,366 
183,199 
242,942 
205,171 
181,933 
623,295 
234,723 
256,841 
322,554 
322,499 
255,712 
215,298 
245,560 

235,816 

186,186 

244,545 

322,808 

490,839 

661,403 

511,631 

415,919 

287,676 

333,512 

495,023 

520,684 

405,029 

642,424 

963,641 

837,555 

642,891 

819,610 

769,610 

807,347 

1,131,336 

2,382,112 

1,722,906 

1,341.418 

1,431,913 


1 9  months. 


TRADE  AM)  XAVIGATIOX 


SESSIONAL  PAPER  No.  11 


No.  2. — Aggregate  Trade  of  the  Dominion  by  Countries  on  the  basis  of  Goods  entered 

for  Consumption  and  Exported  —  Concluded. 


__ 

r  iscal  Years. 

Belgium. 

New- 
foundland 

West 
Indies. 

South 
America. 

rii  ■  

Lliina 

 j 

and 

r  

Japan. 

Switzer- 
land. 

Other 
Countries. 

Total. 

$ 

s 

$ 

$ 

$ 

$ 

$ 

s 

Jo<  o  

1,  loo,  4-- » 

1, ,  Ul,n.v> 

1   *" / I'l  q 

1, ,  U.-),»0O 

1  OA      1  . 

120,ol4 

1,099,998 

zl/,o04,olb 

1874   

534,153 

2,657,547 

6,086,529 

1,686,508 

1,203,728 

139,674 

927,743 

216,756,097 

1S75  

337,674 

2,806,055 

6,139,910 

1,064,593 

694,472 

116,128 

1,153,082 

197,505,636 

1876   

374,880 

2,675,477 

5,291,433 

975,762 

971,314 

56,168 

1,764,483 

175,699,653 

1877   

318,724 

2.753,748 

5,031,667 

656,591 

455, 755 

69,066 

1,471,734 

172,175,376 

1878   

805,692 

2,767,347 

4,3'.»7,996 

669,804 

486,244 

61,178 

1,366,532 

170,523,244 

1879   

219,461 

2,280,823 

4,753,099 

745,830 

505,513 

94,781 

1,291,709 

151,832,863 

1880   

837,897 

2,002,261 

6,489,257 

1,073,421 

931,457 

94,225 

1,314,429 

159,693,807 

1881  

671,267 

2,175,773 

6,962,516 

1,369,731 

1,430.734 

141,789 

1,644,170 

189,902,427 

a882   

645,568 

2,468,432 

7,01S,956 

2,314,779 

1,635,717 

268,093 

2,134,932 

214,786,130 

1883   

611,112 

2,953,273 

7,494,291 

2,954,628 

1,750,642 

336,040 

1,706,595 

221,222,823 

1884   

746,528 

2,701,120 

6,726,486 

2,756,371 

1,970,541 

242,380 

2,078,676 

199,587,140 

1885   

551,645 

2,022,073 

5,698,057 

2,802,042 

2,528,369 

217,666 

1,989,280 

191,948,380 

1886   

517,472 

2,139,301 

5,266,042 

2,111,029 

2,495,703 

203,085 

2,363,014 

184,854,008 

1887   

927,580 

2,072,946 

4,017,593 

2,625,066 

2,819,584 

219,777 

2,841,913 

195,155,239 

1888   

505,800 

1,945,426 

5,870,149 

2,487,240 

2,261,155 

194,938 

2,016,480 

133,050,100 

1889   

595,496 

1,791,496 

6,138,109 

2,813,587 

2,048,712 

166,905 

3,167,490 

198,862,814 

1890   

763,146 

1,655,400 

5,808,189 

2,555,849 

2,101,816 

316,923 

3,162,393 

209,514,733 

1891   

728,120 

2,218,911 

6,360,926 

1,782,950 

2,202,102 

244,319 

3,6S5,842 

211,762,420 

1892  . . ;  

573,244 

2,503,963 

7,638,846 

1,905,346 

3,300,108 

193,033 

5,16S,657 

230,942,318 

1893   

1,268,551 

3,247,903 

7,390,377 

2,099,356 

2,766,712 

258,464 

4,405,006 

240,209,382 

1894   

1,258,692 

3,633,154 

7,121,172 

2,264,677 

3,065,768 

276,065 

4,220,266 

230,618,932 

1895   

693,019 

3,065,046 

S,6S1,622 

1,610,470 

2,906,574 

260,040 

3,059,444 

218,891,314 

1896   

1,018,789 

2,333,721 

4,707,243 

2,003,145 

3,339,429 

332,405 

3,771,454 

231,601,332 

1897   

1,518,218 

2,144,874 

4,322,230 

2,026,085 

3,300,331 

223,192 

5,882,830 

249,241,274 

1898   

2,204,054 

2,632,184 

3,829,346 

2,505,195 

2,829,890 

357,003 

4,201,156 

294,850,689 

3,168,136 

2,335,323 

4,39S,902 

2,631,635 

3,194,849 

571,526 

5,215,018 

312,948,498 

1900   

4,421,716 

2,804,748 

4  202,119 

2,423,994 

2,749,759 

529,976 

6, 726,,  87 

372,699,039 

1901  

6,034,592 

2,886,067 

4,707,677 

2,567,278 

3,149,591 

603,397 

7,113,487 

377,725,620 

1902  . 

4,156,049 

3,498,482 

5,472,747 

3,440,987 

2,555,462 

780,183 

11,161,301 

414,431,881 

1903   

4,950,732 

3,714,157 

6,021,294 

4,532,008 

2,440,999 

952,326 

11,255,103 

459,640,240 

1904   

4,255,930 

3,975,418 

8,397,290 

5,613,612 

3,134,959 

1,392,895 

13,679,770 

464,985,567 

1905   

3,514,994 

4,528,326 

10,033,302 

6,916,171 

3,990,776 

1,776,405 

12,288,038 

465,242,426 

1906   

4.175,238 

4,972,281 

9,944,179 

9,425,735 

3  684  769 

2  042  635 

14  119  60° 

546  047  437 

*1907   

3,553,137 

3,708,200 

6,935,876 

8,814,147 

3,001,144 

1,609,063 

11,730,927  i 

1 

462,532,079 

1908   

5,758,128 

5,185,987 

12,844,390 

7,555,644 

4,611,199 

2,752,443 

19,023,736 

038,435,222 

1909   

5,829,033 

5,190,721 

12,626,749 

8,262,369 

4,405,402 

2,195,342 

19,189,991 

559,718,116 

1910  

6,139,980 

5,438,571 

13,284,809 

10,901,629 

4,892,218 

2,614,038 

22,093,973 

077,191,545 

1911  

6,387,798 

5,693,035 

15,603,170 

12,482,760 

4,255,948 

3,125,5S3 

27,293,8S1 

759,147,683 

1912  

7,418,641 

6,126,200 

15,391,818 

15,303,540 

4,015,357 

3.477,524 

29,227,277 

862,799,410 

*  9  months. 


6 


CUSTOMS  DEPARTUEXT 


i 


3  GEORGE  V.,.  A.  1913 

No.  3. — Showing  the  grand  aggregate  trade  from  1868  to  1912,  inclusive  on  the  basis 

of  'Total  Exports  and  Imports.' 


l  ears. 

Total  Exports. 

lotal  Imports. 

Grand  lotal, 
Imports  and 
Exports. 

1  Qt*0 

$ 

k«t  e/»"  ooo 

5/,5bi  ,888 

$ 

4  ft  A  {*  4  4 

/3,4o9,044 

s 

1  0 1    Art"    C  OA 

131,02/  ,o.32 

£?A    1  "  1  "01 

00,4(4,  (81 

^  A    41  C  1  £*  E 

<0,41o,10o 

1  OA   OOA  A  1  4? 

130,889,940 

r» o  C"0    A  OA 

i  2>,57o,490 

*    oi  1  OOA 

74,814,339 

148, 38/, 829 

1  071 

*4,1<  o,bl8 

Aii  AAA  A"1 

yo,oy2,y<  1 

1/  0,200,o89 

OTrt 

8J,  boy,  boo 

111     4  OA  SftT 

Hl,4oO,o27 

1  A  i   A™  A  1  AA 

194,0/  0,190 

t  oro 

8y,  <»y,y22 

1  AO  A1  1  AOI 

128,011, 281 

A1  "    OA1  AAO 

217,801,203 

4  O"*  4 

OA  OKI  AAO 

8y,ool,y28 

1  AO  A1  O  KOn 

128,21o,o82 

217,565,510 

""7  OO/}  A"A 

1 7,886,9/9 

1  AO  / \*~f\  AOO 

123, 0i  0,283 

AAA  A"""  .i.i 

200, 9o/  ,202 

^  Q*?£* 

OA  CkCO  y<OK 

80,  Hob,  4oD 

AO  (11  A  O  4f* 

yo,  1 10,  ,540 

l/4,l/b,/8l 

1877  

"EC  0"C  OAO 

1 0,8;  0,01*0 

A  A  OA"  At  "A 

yy,o2<  ,yo2 

1            AAO  OtC 

1/O,203,3o5 

t  y,o2o,bo. 

AO  AOI  rTOT 

90,081, 1 8* 

1  "A    4  AC    A  "  * 

1/  2,40o,4o4 

1879  

71,491,2o5 

0 1   C\Q  4    4  cm 

81,964,42/ 

1  HO     A  C  C  />Ail 

lo3,4oo,082 

8/,911,4o8 

bo,  489,  /4/ 

-|      *    <A1  rtAC 

1<  4,401,205 

98,290,823 

in*  nnn  oja 

10a,  330,840 

AAO  OOl    />  />  O 

203,021,003 

1882    

102,13/  ,203 

119,419,000 

AA1    rr/1  **AO 

221,556,  /03 

1883    

98,085,804 

132,254,022 

230,339,826 

1884  

91,406,496 

116,397,043 

207,803,539 

1885  

89,238,361 

108,941,486 

198,179,847 

1886  

85.251,314 

104,424,561 

189,675,875 

1887  

89,515,811 

112,892,236 

202,408,047 

1888  

90,203,000 

110,894,630 

201,097,630 

1889  

89,189,167 

115,224,931 

204,414,098 

1890  

96,749,149 

121,858,241 

218,607,390 

1891  

98,417,296 

119,967,638 

218,384,934 

1892  

113,963,375 

127,406,068 

241,369,443 

1893  

118,564,352 

129,074,268 

247,638,620 

1894    

117,524,949 

123,474,940 

240,999,889 

1895    

113,638,803 

1L0, 781,682 

224,420,485 

1896  

121.013,852 

118,011,508 

239,025,360 

1897.  

137,950,253 

119,218,609 

257,168,862 

1898  

164  152,683 

140,323,053 

304,475,736 

1899  

158,896,905 

162,764,308 

321,661,213 

1900  

191,894,723 

189,622,513 

381,517,236 

1901  

196,487,632 

190,415,525 

386,903,157 

1902  

211,640,286 

212,270,158 

423,910,444 

1903  

225,849,724 

241,214,961 

467,064,685 

1904  

213,521,235 

259,211,803 

472,733,038 

1905  

203,316,872 

266,834,417 

470,151,289 

1  ftnp 

Job,  Ooo,  630 

AA  1    AO*?  A1  K 

294,286,01o 

CCA  0"A  < *  4  S 

550,8/  2,04o 

*1907.  

205,277,197 

259,786,007 

465,063,204 

1908  

280,006,606 

370,786,525 

650,793.131 

261,512,159 

309,756,608 

571,268,767 

1910  

301,358,529 

391,852,692 

693,211,221 

1911  

297,196,365 

472,247,540 

769,443,905 

1912  

315,317,250 

559,320,544 

874,637.71)4 

*  9  months. 


t 


TRADE  AND  NAVIGATION  7 


SESSIONAL  PAPER  No.  11 

No.  4. — Value  of  Exports  by  Countries. 


Fiscal 
Year. 

United 
Kingdom. 

United 
States. 

France. 

Germany. 

Spain. 

Portugal. 

Italy. 

Holland. 

1873  ,  . 

1874   

1875  

1876 

1877  

1878  ... 

1879  ... 

1880  . .  . 
1881 
1882  . . . 
1883 
1884 

1885  ...  . 

1886   

1887 

$ 

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 

$ 

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 

$ 

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 

$ 

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 

$ 

25,080 
960 
7,300 
9,417 
62,659 
47,816 
50,596 
60,727 
46,653 
108, 0S2 
164,925 
144,092 
132,695 
53,075 
72,02 

$ 

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 

$ 

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 

t 

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 

1888.  ... 

40,084,984 

42,572,065 

397,773 

198,543 

52,317 

155,821 

55,090 

378 

1889 

38,105,126 

43,522,404 

334,210 

143,603 

13,526 

166,021 

60,062 

1,222 

1890  ..  . 

48,353,694 

40,522,810 

278,552 

507,143 

69,788 

207,777 

81,059 

1,042 

1891 

49,280,858 

41,138,695 

253,734 

532,1.42 

67,110 

120,611 

90,999 

14,741 

1892 

64,906,549 

38,988,027 

367,539 

942,698 

93,476 

102,370 

149,280 

567,879 

1893  

64,080,493 

43,923,010 

264,047 

750,461 

44,355 

83,001 

87,387 

282,569 

1894  

68,538,856 

35,809,940 

544,986 

2,046.052 

56,274 

79,363 

109,188 

281,058 

1895  . 

61,856,990 

41,297,676 

335,282 

620,976 

34,101 

58,781 

34,325 

140,264 

1896  

66,690,288 

44,448,410 

581,540 

757,531 

83,814 

41,666 

56,759 

139,828 

1897 

77,227,502 

49,373,472 

690,696 

1,045,432 

50,452 

36,745 

10S,627 

104,422 

1898  

104,998,818 

45,705,336 

1,025,262 

1,837,448 

89,675 

87,835 

73,765 

376,439 

1899 

99,091,855 

45,133,521 

1,557,722 

2,219,569 

59,178 

29,641 

125,265 

372,548 

1900 

107,736,368 

68,619,023 

1,374,770 

1,715,903 

86,456 

115,016 

260,456 

188,199 

1901 

105,328,956 

72,382,230 

1,581,331 

2,141,552 

155,354 

85,403 

315,063 

187,378 

1902 

117,320,221 

71,197,684 

1,388,848 

2,692,578 

161,823 

105,495 

236,899 

320,241 

1903 

131,202,321 

71,783,924 

1,341,618 

2,097,699 

138,553 

164,184 

295,770 

619,329 

1904 

117,591,376 

72,772,932 

1,597,928 

1,819,223 

98,578 

109,340 

240,963 

1,035,327 

1905  

101,958,771 

77,404,071 

1,511,298 

1,146,654 

50.223 

128,993 

198,973 

550,821 

1906  

133,094,937 

97,806,552 

2,120,091 

1,872,557 

55,686 

89,598 

215,855 

824,768 

IUO,  lo\>,  oUl 

l,Ut>o,oUO 

4r  ,610 

TCI  IOQ 

104,  -too 

oOJ,o4J 

1908  ..  . 

134,484,156 

113,520,500 

1,806,732 

2,374,607 

106,594 

46,865 

349,839 

855,085 

1909  .... 

133,745,375 

92,604,357 

3,176,096 

1,476,552 

45,682 

48,833 

1,620,773 

1,242,730 

1910... 

149,634,107 

113,150,778 

2,640,648 

2,501,191 

51,944 

59,731 

829,508 

1,937,852 

1911  

136,965.111 

119,396,801 

2.782,092 

2,663,017 

27,943 

88,088 

379,270 

1,397,019 

1912  

151,853,413 

120,534,634 

2,123,705 

3,814,914 

114,564 

70,390 

285,091 

1,782,726 

*  9  months 


8  CUSTOMS  DEPARTMEST 


3  GEORGE  V.„  A.  1913 
No.  4. — Value  of  Exports,  by  Countries — Concluded. 


fiscal 
Year. 

Belgium. 

New- 
foundland. 

West 
Indies. 

South 
America. 

China 

and 
Japan. 

Australia. 

Other- 
Countries. 

Total. 

S 

S 

S 

S 

s 

S 

s 

? 

1873 

1874 

1875 

1876 

1877 

1878 

1879 

1880 

1881 

1882  . . . 

1883 

1884 ... 

1885  

1886 
1887 
1888 

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 

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 
1,71"  604 
1,523,827 

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 

'  1,285,434 
I  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 

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 

41,822 
1  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 

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 

89,789,922 
89,351,928 
77,886,979 
80,966,435 
75,875,393 
79,323,667 
71,491,255 
87,911,458 
9>.2!«».>23 
102,137,203 
98,085,804 
91,406,496 
89,238,361 
85,251,314 
89,515,811 
90,203,000 

1889 

64,756 

1,303,335 

2.759  455 

1,4S8,999 

84,174 

661.20S 

481  051 

89.1S9.167 

1890  

41,814 

1,185,739 

2,719,141 

1,551,887 

61,751 

471,028 

695,924 

96,749,149 

1891 

72,672 

1,467,908 

3,122  770 

1,063,172 

78,791 

589,100 

523,993 

98,417,296 

1892 

56,212 

1.750  714 

3,546,559 

1,027,525 

283,251 

436,603 

744,693 

113,963,375 

1893 

669,040 

2,594,633 

3,145,708 

1,326,743 

341,140 

288,352 

683,413 

118,564,352 

1894  

708,455 

2,818,592 

3.443  761 

1,392,285 

540,849 

322,745 

832,545 

117,524,949 

1895 

251,402 

2  325  196 

3  725  426 

1,303,474 

378,160 

417,124 

853,626 

113,638,803 

1896 

98  031 

1  782  309 

2  S10  817 

1  496  118 

668,011 

517  258 

841,472 

121,013,852 

1897 

354,584 

1  69°  798 

2  643  360 

1,405,359 

903,922 

1  418  2*-  9 

894,593 

137,950,253 

1898 

973,944 

2  167  860 

*p* j  A*/|  j VJV 

2  749  080 

1,060,420 

511,919 

1  630  714 

A  ,  VWj  J    A  A 

S64,168 

164,152,683 

1899 

849,413 

1  808  317 

3  043  963 

1  456  051 

425,350 

1  506  138 

1,218,374 

158,896,905 

1900  

1.197  798 

?  144,070 

2  870  343 

1  431  107 

368  015 

1  626  441 

2,160,158 

191,894,723 

1901 

2  800  142 

2  260  499 

2  005  937 

1  519  190 

099  509 

2  311  405 

1  807  6°3 

.a,  *  \^  i  ,     —  •  ■ 

196,487,632 

1902  

2,444,450 

2  381  082 

3  298  912 

1  781  913 

570,586 

2,586,554 

5,153,000 

211,640,286 

1903 

2,150,505 

2  516  576 

3  64°  17C 

2  542  056 

501,057 

2,929,861 

3,924,050 

225.849,724 

1904 

1.126  417 

2  898  751 

3  583  475 

2  456  60S 

568  983 

2  622  75(i 

4  S98  578 

213  521  235 

*rf  A          *A»*  A  ,       ■  S*J 

1905 

1  739  807 

3  473  713 

4  40i  11S 

2  S80  552 

—  ,  \J\j\Jy  *J*J£i 

1  590  053 

Q  194  223 

4  157  005 

003  sift  872 

1900 

1,565,166 

3  '^13  856 

4  575  212 

3  623  065 

1  i(",7  952 

2  082  219 

3  979  816 

256,580,630 

•1907 

1,857,958 

2,244,469 

3,527,153 

3,584,329 

890,425 

1,998,968 

3,169,865 

205,277,197 

1908 

3,377,479 

3,108,518 

4,543,889 

4,407,584 

1,705,901 

2,873,461 

6,085,396 

283,006,606 

1909 

3,927,445 

3,552,293 

4,534,446 

3,478,476 

1,778,606 

2,769,049 

7,511,386 

261,512,159 

1910  .... 

2,900,092 

3,970,952 

5,948,245 

4,744,524 

1.910,724 

3,583,447 

7,494,786 

301,358,529 

1911  . 

2,773,444 

3,874,775 

6,567,307 

5,149,771 

1,149,810 

3,925.592 

10,056,325 

297,196,365 

3, 732, 222  "| 

4,284,313 

0,900,940 

4,825,030 

902,375 

3,947,015 

10,145,918 

315,317,250 

*9  months. 


TRADE  AXD  NAVIGATION  9 


SESSIONAL  PAPER  No.  11 

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


Fiscal 
Year. 

United 
Kingdom. 

United 
States. 

France. 

• 

Germany. 

Spain. 

Portugal. 

Italy. 

Holland. 

$ 

$ 

$ 

$ 

$ 

$ 

$ 

1873   

1874   

1875   

1876   

1877   

1878  . . 

1879   

1880   

1881  

1882   

1883  . . . 

1884   

1885  ...  . 

1886   

1887   

68,522,776 
63,076,437 
60,347,067 
40,734,260 
39,572,239 
37,431,180 
30,993,130 
34,461,224 
43,583,808 
50,597,341 
52,052,465 
43,418,015 
41,406,777 
40,601,199 
44,962,233 

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 

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 

1,099,925 
956,917 
748,423 
482,587 
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 

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 
409,269 

75,032 
100,544 
66,006 
71,655 
45,465 
41,913 
25,510 
35,767 
56,893 
51,912 
63,349 
67,983 
60,366 
56,477 
58,143 

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 

216,628 
256,138 
231.779 
267,079 
202,557 
213,014 
200,575 
171,245 
225,190 
248,043 
297,201 
318,477 
337,785 
301,972 
295,061 

1888   

39,298,721 

48,481,848 

2,244,784 

3,364,563 

374,932 

74,576 

180,726 

331,791 

1889   

42,317,389 

50,537,440 

2,228,683 

3,692,570 

407,268 

72,085 

126,124 

414,080 

1890  .... 

43,390,241 

52,291,973 

2,615,602 

3,778,993 

322,506 

84,034 

163,486 

232,267 

1891  

42,047,526 

53,6S5,657 

2,312,143 

3,804,090 

488,807 

70,537 

241,809 

389,791 

1892   

41,348,435 

53,137,572 

2,402,634 

5,583,530 

396,176 

53,109 

341,559 

278,288 

1893   

43,148,413 

5S,221,976 

2,832,117 

3,825,763 

343,506 

52,481 

170,564 

373,858 

1894  . 

38,717,267 

53,034,100 

2,536,964 

5,841,542 

389,293 

47,106 

402,443 

344,706 

1895   

31,131,737 

54,634,521 

2,585,174 

4,794,159 

402,479 

57,140 

381,594 

243,900 

1896   

32,979,742 

58,574,024 

2,810,942 

5,931,459 

361,778 

46,696 

230,917 

299,852 

1897   

29,412,188 

61,649,041 

2,601,351 

6,493  368 

386,532 

45,592 

224,885 

376,109 

1898  .... 

32,500,917 

78,705,590 

3,975,351 

5,584,014 

488,787 

47,319 

421,258 

374,047 

1899   

37,063,123 

93,007,166 

3,889,295 

7,393,456 

534,482 

63,296 

395,599 

500,393 

1900   

44,789,730 

109,844,378 

4,368,502 

8,383,498 

560,701 

72,785 

144,573 

579,582 

1901  

43,018,164 

110,485,008 

5,398,021 

7,021,405 

742,539 

96,304 

327,361 

797,462 

1902   

49,213,762 

120,807,050 

6,672,194 

10,823,169 

694,970 

129,379 

726,742 

875,615 

1903  .... 

58,896,901 

137,605,195 

6,580,029 

12,282,637 

823,944 

129,192 

541,785 

1,270,540 

1904   

61,777,574 

150,82G,515 

6,206,525 

8,175,604 

865,096 

100,713 

401,928 

916,071 

1905   

60,342,709 

162,738,571 

7,059,139 

6,695,414 

729,259 

98,288 

620,637 

954,653 

1906   

69,194,588 

175,862,071 

7,667,987 

6,987,314 

928,791 

128,604 

553,755 

1,179,892 

*1907   

64,581,373 

155,943,029 

6,699,412 

5, 4 74, 90S 

886,154 

128,084 

454,505 

1,001,990 

1908   

94,959,471 

210,652,825 

9,901,909 

8,163,047 

1,126,977 

147,256 

781,497 

1,426,335 

1909  .  .. 

70,682,944 

180.026,550 

8.197,435 

6,050,365 

933,854 

122,283 

761,339 

1,273,121 

1910  

95,300,300 

223,501,809 

10,109,544 

7,935,230 

1,019,775 

140,522 

893,398 

2,009,990 

1911  ...... 

109,936,462 

284,934,739 

11,563.773 

10,047,340 

1,154  747 

186,380 

962,148 

1,820,578 

1912  

116,907,022 

356,354,478 

11,744,664 

11,090,005 

1,273,211 

259,542 

1,146,822 

2,423,902 

*  9  months. 


10  CUSTOMS  DEPARTMENT  i 


3  GEORGE  V.,,  A.  1913 

Xo.  5. — Value  of  Goods  entered  for  Consumption,  by  Countries — Concluded. 


Fiscal 
Year. 

Belgium. 

New- 
foundland 

West 
Indies. 

South 
America. 

China  and 
Japan. 

Switzer- 
•  land. 

Other 
Countries. 

Total. 

S 

s 

$ 

S 

S 

S 

S 

$ 

1873 
1874 

1875  .... 
1876 

1877  ... 

1878  .... 
1879 

1881 
1882 
1883 
1884 
1885 
1886 

1887   

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 

1,S08,997 
1,088,468 
904,224 
774,586 
641,642 
672,665 
639,406 
581,961 
652,304 
493,509 
765,935 
780,670 
351,105 
384,321 
354,342 

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 

416,199 
473,530 
278,796 
287,553 
4,971 
15,447 
4,388 
283,481 
637,620 
1,373,617 
1,464,671 
1.478,988 
1,340,836 
1,100,995 
1,19S,406 

1,663,390 
1,224,506 
657,426 
948,239 
418,606 
383,676 
448,962 
893,911 
1,410,973 
1,529,042 
1,645,254 
1,909,562 
2,493,451 
2,432,585 
2,750,388 

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 

780,222 
396,839 
621,733 
746,567 
449,973 
344,154 
413,767 
557,689 

nif..!i2i; 

1,139,057 

1,080,231 
1,189,571 
1,391,739 
2,209,902 

127,514,594 
127,404,169 
119,618,657 
94,733,218 
96,300,483 
91, 1 99,577 

Sll..SH.tillS 

71,782,349 
91,611,604 
112,648,927 
123,137,019 
108,180,644 
102,710,019 
99,602,694 
105,639,428 

1888   

488,743 

421,599 

3,268,663 

876,603 

2,128,707 

193,838 

1,117,006 

102,847,100 

1889 

530,740 

488,161 

3,378,654 

1,324,588 

1,964,538 

166,890 

2,025,237 

109,673,447 

1890 

721,332 

469,711 

3,089,048 

1,003,962 

2,100,065 

316,523 

1,995,841 

112,765,584 

1391  

655,448 

751,003 

3,238,156 

719,778 

2,123,311 

244,319 

2,572,749 

113,345,124 

1892   

517,032 

753,249 

4,092,287 

877,821 

3,016,857 

192,365 

3,988,029 

116,978,943 

1893 

599,511 

653,270 

4,244,669 

772,613 

2,425,572 

258,464 

3,782,253 

121,705,030 

1894   

550,237 

814,562 

3,677,411 

872,392 

2,524,919 

274,825 

3,066,216 

113,093,983 

1895 

441,617 

739,850 

4,794,020 

469,172 

2,528,414 

259,400 

1,789,334 

105,252,511 

1896 

920,758 

551,412 

1,896,426 

567,027 

2,671,418 

332,120 

2,413,009 

110,587,480 

1897  .... 

1,163,632 

452.076 

1,678,870 

620,250 

2,396,409 

222,173 

3,571,545 

111,294,021 

1898   

1,230,110 

464,324 

1,080,266 

1,425,653 

2,317,971 

349,678 

1,732,721 

130,698,006 

1899 

2,318,723 

527,006 

1.354,939 

1,175,5S4 

2,769,499 

568,768 

2,493,264 

154,051,593 

1900   

3,223,918 

660,678 

1,331,776 

992,887 

2,381,144 

529,176 

2,940,988 

180,804,316 

1901  

3,828,450 

625,568 

1,801,740 

1,048,088 

2,450,022 

602,658 

2,995,198 

181,237,988 

1902   

1,711,599 

1,117,400 

2,173,835 

1,659,074 

1,984,876 

765,010 

3,436,920 

202,791,595 

1903   

2,800,182 

1,197,581 

2,379,275 

1,989,952 

1,939,942 

944,727 

4,408,634 

233,790,516 

1904   

3,129,513 

1,076,667 

4,813,815 

3,157,004 

2,565,976 

1,389,000 

6,062,331 

251,464,332 

1905  .... 

1,775,187 

1,054,613 

5,638,187 

4,035,619 

2,470,723 

1,766,991 

5,945,564 

261,925,554 

1906   

2.610,072 

1,758,425 

6,591,083 

5,869,075 

2,217,517 

2,012,405 

6,799,228 

290,360,807 

1,695,  Li  9 

1,463,(31 

O     iil,*  TOO 

3,406,723 

5,229,818 

2,110,719 

1,604,092 

4,479 

25 1 ,254,882 

1908   

2,380,649 

1,777.469 

8,300,501 

3,088,060 

2,905,298 

2,734,779 

10,082,543 

358,428,616 

1909 

1,901,588 

1,638,428 

8,092,303 

4,783,893 

2,626,736 

2,188,265 

8,926,853 

298,205,957 

1910  

3.239,888 

1,467,619 

7,336,564 

6,217,105 

2,981,494 

2,603,858 

11,025,920 

375,833,016 

1911 

3,614,354 

1,818,260 

9,035,863 

7,334,136 

3,106,138 

3,102,910 

13,333,490 

461,951,318 

1912 

3,686,419 

1,841.887 

8,490,878 

10,533,310 

3,112,982 

3,458,006 

15,159,062 

547,482,190 

*  9  months. 


TRADE  AXD  XATIGATION 


11 


SESSIONAL  PAPER  No.  11 


No.  6.— Duty  Collected, 


Fiscal 
Year. 

United 
Kingdom. 

United 
States. 

France. 

$  cts. 

S  cts. 

$  cts. 

1873.... 
1874..  .  . 
1875.. . . 
1876.. . . 
1877... . 
1878.... 
1879.. . . 
1880.. . . 
1881... . 

1883.. . 
1884.. . . 
1885.. . 
1886.... 
1887... . 

7,398,460  17 
7,867,481  41 
8,881,997  81 

|  6,075,759  85 
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  4"^ 
7,817,357  45 
9,318,920  08 

2,966,119  34 
3,695,564  03 

1  3.860,877  1C 
4,117,223  4< 
4,426,394  7£ 

i  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 

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 

1888... . 

8,972,739  84 

7,131,006  23 

796,242  70 

1889... . 

9,450,242  70 

7,413,354  83 

854,805  00 

1890... . 

9,576,965  75 

8,220,299  55 

957  312  22 

1891.. . . 

9,114,271  75 

7,799,318  12 

932,032  53 

1892... . 

9,074,200  71 

7,814,666  93 

931,044  99 

1893... . 

9,498,747  08 

7,636,075  81 

1,058,095  75 

1894... . 

8,245,845  87 

6,960,950  68 

1  019  568  12 

1895... . 

7,006,676  58 

6,897,395  04 

985,945  87 

1896.... 

7,358,514  15 

7,767,992  63 

1.020,804  74 

1897.. . . 

6,205,366  80 

8,147,075  10 

969,539  64 

1898.. . . 

6,649,428  60 

9,941,624  48 

1,183,890  30 

1899.... 

7,328,191  92 

11,713,858  94 

1,300,876  33 

1900.... 

8,074,541  07 

13,491,872  86 

1  428  019  46 

1901... . 

7,845,406  49 

13,311,749  58 

1,794,455  55 

1902.... 

8,424,693  04 

15,155,136  39 

2  163  016  40 

1903... . 

9,841,627  33 

17,069,881  19 

2  098  633  61 

1904.... 

10,838,017  31 

19,554,585  54 

2  113  667  94 

1905... . 

11,171,010  04 

20,580,301  56 

2  224  967  73 

\906.. . . 

12,944,249  35 

22,187,102  94 

2,520,034  97 

i907... 

11,823,197  06 

19,084,738  46 

2,219,577  38 

1908.... 

17,265,293  25 

27,132.543  26 

3,331,350  3G 

1909.... 

13,449,341  99 

22,526,806  65 

2,801,383  52 

1910.... 

18,032,629  10 

29,515,836  43 

3,269,278  92 

1911.... 

20,756,810  71 

37,854,727  80 

3,342,954  67 

1912.... 

22,367,039  82 

49,177,584  32 

3, 136,947  88 

Germany. 


$  cts. 

334,415  51 
272,234  68 
173,427  65 
134,2S2  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 
S92,547  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 
2,741,263  29 
3,255,121  88 
2,172,571  04 
1,826,789  33 
1,852,538  47 
1,521,946  23 
2,444,631  34 
1,709,641  79 
1,934,523  03 
2,153,180  04 
2,246,745  17 


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 

205,803  43 

212,104  39 

228,532  66 

216.933  42 

289,363  62 

197,483  36 

301,055  23 

255,514  39 

290,268  99 

237,265,85 

234,321  59 


Portugal. 

Italy. 

Holland. 

$  cts. 

$  cts. 

$  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  50 
34,228  80 
29,345  65 
30,510  74 
33,329  81 

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 

294.569  02 
361,153  47 
304  017  Q7 

459,887  63 
31  P>  i  5K  nn 

308,153  30 
390  fi^4  07 

301.570  50 
379  ^35  ft5? 

420,607  91 
535  741  SI 

493,807  39 
591  ^18  9ft 

602,570  19 
XQ4  9fi 

36,621  03 

42  004  78 

*Wj'X\Xx    |  U 

704  034  45 

36, 895  32 

32  456  70 

75fi  785  SQ 

36,528  91 

37  93S  1 1 

80fi  9fi1  4ft 

30  680  47 

*s if*  w  v/  v/    x  f 

44  888  99 

11)  (X<J  U  «/  «/ 

741  4f>9  4^ 

27,446  98 

35  846  83 

f!07  1 S4  17 

V^t7  J  ,  lot  1  , 

27  171  69 

30  81 6  80 

SI  5  900  70 

22,894  36 

49  073  63 

87Q  1 07  85 

24,361  92 

46  697  19 

755  951  48 

22,269  68 

39  386  07 

709  f!0Q  f!,:l 

23,191  61 

33  474  05 

tXtXj  X  |    X  !X*X 

920  OOfi  4fi 

«/^j' 7,  \J<J\J  1U 

20,606  24 

46  466  82 

Q08  04fi  ^7 

25,559  36 

52  842  44 

•  '  —  .         I—      X  X 

28,548  59 

26  842  73 

1  171  ^^0  Ofi 

37  138  80 

45  1 71  84 

W)  1 1  J  Ol 

42  700  86 

88  1 74  97 

45  912  40 

87  4^7  7^ 

41,226  25 

88  8TI  1*> 

.  79i\  fi81  QS 

39  295  27 

1 91  ^88  07 

1  ^70  *?7fl  ftft 

44,716  82 

113,725  17 

1,620,711  72 

43,941  45 

91,853  93 

1,309,895  96 

54,079  21 

129,376  16 

1,812,404  99 

48,470  49 

112,251  96 

1,731,470  46 

54,590  34 

156,168  96 

1,875,408  97 

75,334  02 

175,984  52 

2,052,451  84 

90,568  14 

197,252  39 

2,254,024  52 

9  months. 


12 


CUSTOMS  DEPARTMENT  i 

3  GEORGE  V.,,  A.  1913 
No.  6. — Duty  Collected — Concluded. 


a 


Belgium. 


New- 
found- 
land 


West  Indies. 


South 
America. 


China  and 
Japan. 


S  ct& 

1873  94,504  87 

1874  51,171  82 

1875  42,489 19 

1876  61,407  14 

1877  50,106  26 

1878  45,144  82, 

1879  45,107  35 

1880  41,886  44 

1881  90,250  84 

1882  119,49216 
lss3  lor.. 234  :,o 

1884  103,953  96 

1885  121,660  61 
1886;  132,116  621 

1887  166,44516 

1888  117,228  8l| 

1889  122,116  44 

1890  150,349  40 

1.891  126,180  23 

1892  104,003  88 

1893  112,081  99 

1894  119,020  54 

1895  .  93,303  46 

1896  192,457  64 


1897 
1898 
1899 
1900 
1901 
1902 
1903 
1904 
1905 
1906 
+  '07 
1908 
1909 
1910 
1911 
1912 


250,770  38 
287,411  60 
663,898  07 
916,374  13 
1,081,162  82 
387,008  06 
602,178  47 
444.514  69 
321,094  73 
511,584  66 
261,262  94 
375,296  31 
357,745  34 
520,726  0<; 
539,675  14 
521,234  65 


S  cts. 

97,147  31 
54,929  33 
12,584  62 
4,890  45 
9,735  83 1 
4,921  23. 
3,230  761 
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  93 

1,197  811 

1,274  89 

1,690  86 

1,669  28 

2,740  46 

1,190  88 

7,023  17 

1,914  12 

2,780  11 

2,435  9!) 

1,092  68 

1,153  91 

4,146  35 

2,549  89 

8,364  10 

5,819  21 

3,077  9S 


9  ets. 

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 
1,770,682  99 
1,397,926  551 
1,327,363  99 

1.384.327  91 
968,496  12 

1,831.368  64 
1,727,816  27 
1,223,589  61 

1,337,75414 

272,167  34 

314,148  32 

292.464  66 
380,955  12 
478,829  02 
454,418  06 
304,971  01 
374,161  69 
363,563  81 
471,923  66 
550,252  39 
684,985  96 

1,202,659  24 
1,184,429  72 
1,531,148  25 
692,072  94 
615,082  47 
1,642,462  43 

1.575.328  09 
1,954,632  33 
2,070,708  91 


S  cts. 


S   cts.  I 


Switzer- 
land. 


S  cts. 


40,660  23 
42,953  77 
85,557  14 
178,096  41 
178,535  96 


182,660  79  157  95  15,994  95 
194,325  88  26,185  10  21,950  85 
124,963  29  83,469  42 1  20,917  93 
120,843  58  132,042  28  10,274  57 
1,834  11  68,261  351  12,387  96 
6,874  10|  113,447  24    9,855  02 

2,591  84  127,283  34|  16,597  54  115,349  29 

161,936  81  207,920  61 i  IS, 764  19  156,016  88 

2so.oo-.t74  34>i,4r.r,  71  33.740  02  311,133  47 

504, 255  74  178.499  4o  r,:,,  780  72  352,318  2:. 

692,562  12  157,516  29  83,492  95  239,042  13 

688,702  68;  273,708  37  56,966  92  265,210  23 

655,708  66  450,153  25  51,863  04  308,698  01 

503,735  53  148,098  67i  49,052  66  478,033  91 

848,562  83  222,799  93  59,393  20l  828,686  99 

641,854  29  162,844  61  43,778  82  340,166  62 

849,431  97  185,782  89  38,653  78;  845,532  61 

79,331  47  804,400  21 


Other 
Countries. 


cts. 


—  -  5  « 

ggf  * 

g  5,°  a 

■-  -sT-l 

3  I  '-  t 
~ .—  -  i 

<  *"  *j  — 


$  cts. 


S  cts. 

13,017,730  17 
14,421,882  67 
15,361,382  12 
12,833,114  48 
12,548,451  09 
124,338  17    12,795,693  17 


Total. 


559,312  13  216,956  50 
260,102  71  265,198  43 
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 


273,256  10 
313,798  23j  70,418  13 
273,712  97  73,695  14 


63,161  461,215,178  05 
49,388  45    201,112  48 


12,939,540  66 
14.13s.  S4'.»  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 

7.952  63  23,784,523  23 
7,089  94  24,014,908  07 


230,890  41 
265,572  02 
267,575  35 
291,747  74 


72,742  85 
93,87.  62 
64,153  55 
91,525  82 


349,381  86  156,108  44 

279,351  97  143,983  86 

I 

205,344  97]  341,473  58  159,147  86 
199,921  52,  370,966  45  199,638  OS 


303,  SS0  29 
731,277  80 
£91,697  60 
712,435  40 
809,020  77 
474,074  29 
700,185  39 
831,853  03 
882,791  71 
1.238.183  43 


355,971  921255250  93 
444-747  26  376,616  39 
489.S14  72'469,94337 


9,190  73  23,481,069  13 
20,723  09  20,550,581  53 
160,133  95|  7,538  96j21,161,710  93 
172,318  29    10,108  32  19,379,822  32 
14.523  65  17,887,269  47 
w>sl2  97  20,219,037  32 
47,439  87  19,891,996  77 
•350,715  08  22,157,788  49 
109,390  35  25,734,228  75 
53,760  91  28,8S9.110  13 
43,006  49  29,106.979  S9 


231,349  72 
521,413  34 
757,363  19 
328,978  26 
414,930  52 
414,866  20 
416,207  47 
509,973  06 
680,547  56 
873,447  83 
982,112  49 


486,583  62,546,90163  1,070,251  05 


376,793  58  415,707  02 


525,328  90 
416,616  SO 


733,35011 
591,501 16 


977,657  28 


72,994  33  32,425,532  31 
87,773  38  37.110,354  59 
114,191  98  40,954,349  14 
229,74700  42,024,339  92 
233.0608346,671  101 18 
163,86453  40,290,171  70 


435,600  94  630,135  47 
430,014  82  6  44,991  93 


2,846,353  13  286,70868  58,331,074  04 
1,458,936  73  254,91294  48,059,791  93 


1,578,994  86 
1,8211,013  33 


451,  loS  58  718,809  23  2,045,932  94 


314,53192  61,024,239  21 


376,72867 
522,446  97 


73,312,367  59 
87,576,036  52 


*  Includes  $309,999.04  collected  at  Fort  Cudahy  and  Dawson,  for  which  no  statistical  returns  have 
been  received,    f  9  months. 


.   i  TRADE  AND  NAVIGATION  13 

SESSIONAL  PAPER  No.  11 

No.  7. — Percentage  of  Duty  on  Total  Value  of  Goods  imported  and  entered  for  Con- 
sumption, Dutiable  and  Free ;  and  percentage  of  expenses  of  collection  of  Customs 
Revenue  in  the  Dominion  of  Canada,  during  each  year  from  1868  to  1912,  inclusive. 


Year. 

Percentage  of  Duty 

on  Total  "Value 
of  Goods  Imported, 
Dutiable  and 
Free. 

Percentage  of  duty 

on  Total  Value 
of  Goods  entered  for 

Consumption 
Dutiable  and  Free. 

Percentage 
Expense  of  Collec- 
tion of  Customs 
Revenue. 

p.  c. 

p.  c. 

p.  c. 

1868 

12  00 

12  25 

05  99 

1869 

11  78 

12  31 

07  09 

1870. 

12'65 

13  28 

05  41 

1871, 

12  32 

13  62 

04  21 

1872 

11  70 

12  11 

04  04 

1873. 

10  17 

10  20 

04  35 

1874. 

11  25 

11-32 

04  55 

1875 

12'48 

12  83 

04  44 

1876 

13-76 

13  44 

05  61 

1877  

12'63 

13  03 

05  75 

1878 

1374 

14  03 

05-58 

1879  

15'78 

16  10 

05'56 

1880 

16  34 

19  70 

05  04 

1881, 

17-56 

20  19 

03  87 

1882, 

18  18 

1927 

03  33 

1883 



17  "52 

18-82 

03  26 

1884 

17'32 

1864 

03  96 

1885 

17-55 

18  61 

04  14 

1886. 

18'60 

19  50 

04  10 

1887 

19-87 

2124 

03  64 

1888.  .. 

20  03 

2157 

03  81 

1889 

20  60 

2165 

03  62 

1890 

19  63 

2121 

03  63 

19  52 

20  06 

03  83 

189'* 

16  13 

17  56 

04  39 

1893 

16  39 

17  38 

04  26 

1894, 

15  69 

17  13 

04"75 

1895 

16*14 

16  99 

05  13 

1896 

17  13 

18-28 

04  43 

1897 

16-68 

17.87 

04  75 

15  79 

16  95 

04  37 

1899 

15  81 

16  70 

04  02 

1900  

15  23 

15  98 

03  71 

1901  

15  23 

16  06 

03  86 

1902.  ..  . 

15  28 

15  99 

03  62 

1903 

15  38 

15-87 

03  31 

1904  

15  80 

16  28 

03  31 

1905  

15  75 

16  04 

03  49 

1906 

15-85 

16  07 

03  31 

*1907 

15  51 

15  66 

03  04 

1908.. 

15  73 

16  27 

03  30 

1909 

15  51 

16  11 

04- 15 

1910. 

15  57 

16  24 

03  32 

1911 

15  52 

15  87 

02  98 

1912 

15.66 

16.00 

02.78 

*  S  months. 


14  CUSTOMS  DEPARTMENT  i 

3  GEORGE  V.„  A.  1913 

No.  8. — Comparative  Statement  of  the  Values  of  the  Imports  and  Exports  into  and 

percentage  excess  of  Imports  over  Exports 


u 

® 

o 

X 

'- 


Imports. 


Merchandise. 


Dutiable. 


Free. 


f 

45,250,395 
44,081,563 
48,665,547 
70,295,223 
72,157,423 
74,217,954 
77,070,460 
81,504,477 
58,794,777 
63,986,376 
61,700,190 
57,052,042 
68,895,483 
85,516,908 
93,339,930 
100,827,816 
88,349,492 
79,614,108 
75,536,758 
85,479,400 
77,784,037 
80,059,966 
86,258,633 
81.286,372 
81,190,844 
77,378,091 
73,341,506 
64,064,587 
74,259,940 
74,108,590 
84,141,104 

98,349,633 

112,943,896 

115,574,658 

127,955,254 

143,839,632 

156,108,453 

157,164,975 

176,790,332 

154,856,659 

230,917,914 

185,329,094 

241,961,556 

291,818,801 

343,370,082 


f 

23,314,102 
22,086,373 
21,813,263 
23,064,654 
36,519,355 
50,787,862 
46,919,840 
39,355,717 
32,195,458 
33,167,497 
30,577,871 
23,273,296 
15,712,457 
18.690,657 
24,575,827 
30.150,683 
25,839,885 
26,373,134 
25,277,246 
26,880,618 
30,935,121 
34,589,714 
34,516,597 
36,870,096 
44,396,694 
45,161,977 
46,110,362 
42,140,475 
38,525.249 
40,433,825 
51,791,105 

59,709,541 

68,381,179 

71,303,573 

78,003,499 

88,398,532 

95,229,037 

99,361,007 

110,417,080 

97,412,340 

133,319,950 

114,439,072 

143,873,547 

170,222,529 

189,916,581 


Coin  and 
Bullion. 


Total. 


4,895,147 
4,247.229 
4,335,529 
2,733,094 
2. 753,749 
3,005,465 
4,223,282 
2,210,089 
2,220,111 
2,174,089; 

803,726 
1,639,089 
1,881,807] 
1,123,275 
1,503,743 
1,275,523 
2,207,666 
2,951,244 
3,610.557 

532.218 
2, 175;  472 

575,251 
1,083,011 
1,811,170 
1,818,530 
6,534,200 
4,023,072 
4,576,620 
5,226,319 
4,676,194 
4,390,844 

4,705,134 

8,297,438 

3,537,294 

6,311,405 

8,976,797 

7,874,313 

10,308,435 

7,078,603 

7,517,008 

6,548,661 

9,988,442 

6,017,589 

10,206,210 

26,033.881 


E  X  PORTS. 


Merchandise. 


Home 
Produce. 


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 

212,270,158 

241,214,961 

259,211,803 

266,834,417 

294,286,015 

259,786,007 

370,786,525 

309,756,608 

391,852,692 

472,247.54(1 

559,320,544 


48,504,899 
52,400,772 
59,043,590 
57,630,024 
65,831,083! 
76,538,025; 
76,741,9971 
69,709,823] 
72,491,437 
68,030,546 
67,989,800 
62,431,025 
72,899,697 
83,944,701; 
94,137,657 
87,702,431 
79,833,098 
79,131,735 
77,756,704 
80,960,909 
81,3*2,072 
W  1,272, 456 
85,257,586 
88,671,738 
99,032,466 
105,488,798 
103,851,764 
102,828,441 
109,707,805 
123,632,540 
144,548,662 

137,360,792 

168,972  301 

177,431,386 

196,019,763 

214,401,674 

198,414,439 

190,854,946 

235,483,956 

180,545,306 

246,960,968 

242,603,584 

279,247,551 

274,316,553 

290,223,857 


Foreign 
Produce. 


4,196,821 
3,855,801 
6,527,622 
9,853,244 

12,798,182 
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 
8,798,631 

13,121,791 
8,941,856 

11,833,805 
6,485,043 
6,606,738 

10,825,163 

14,980,883 

17,520,088 
14,265,254 
17,077,757 
13,951,101 
10,828,087 
12,641,239 
10,617,115 
11,173,846 
11,541,927 
16,407,984 
17,318,782 
19,516,442 
15,683,657 
17,492,294 


Coin  and 
Bullion. 


Totals. 


4,866,168 
4.218,208 
8,002,278 
6,690,350 
4,010,398 
3,845,987 
1,995,835 
1,039,837 
1,240,037 
733,739 
168,989' 
704*586 
l,771,755j 
971 '005: 
371,093 
631,600 
2,184,292 
2,026,980' 
56.531 
5,569 
17,534 
1,978,256, 
2,439,782 
946,9271 
1,809,118; 
4,133,698 
1,839,380 
4,325,319 
4,699,309 
3,492,550 
4,623,138 

4,016,025 

8,657,168 

1,978,489 

1,669,422 

619,963 

2,465,557 

1,844,811 

9,928,828 

13,189,964 

16,637,654 

1,589,793 

2,594,536 

7,196,155 

7,601,099 


57,567,888 
60,474,781 
73,573,490 
74,173,618 
82,639,063 
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 

211,640,286 

225,849,724 

213,521,235 

208,316,872 

256,586,630 

205,277,197 

280,006,606 

261,512,159 

301,358,529 

297,196,365 

315,317,250 


*9  months. 


i  TRADE  AND  NAVIGATION  15 

SESSIONAL  PAPER  No.  11 

from  the  Dominion  of  Canada  in  each  Fiscal  Year  from  1868  to  1912;  showing  also 
or  of  Exports  over  Imports  in  each  Year. 


Excess  Value  of  Mer- 
chandise Imported  over. 


j-       !  Canadian 
Canadian    and  YoTei 

Merchandise  Merchandfse 
Exported.   ,  ExF,rted. 


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20,059,598 
13,767.164 
11,435,220 
35,729,853 
42,845,695 
48,467,791 
47,248,303 
51,150,371 
18,498,798 
29,123,327 
24,288,261 
17,894,313 
11,708,243 
20,262,864 
23,778,100 
43,276,068 
34,356,279 
26,855,507 
23,057,300 
31,399,109 
27,337,086 
34,377,224 
35,517,644 
29,484,730 
26,555,072 
17,051,270 
15,600,104 
3,376,621 
3,077,384 


15,862, 
9,911, 
4,907, 
25,876. 
30,047, 
39,061 
36,834, 
44,013, 
11,263, 
22,012, 
13,123, 
9,438, 

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16,149, 
33,524, 
24,967, 
18,775 
15,619, 
22,849, 
18,533, 
27,438, 
26,465 
20,686, 
13,43?, 
8,109, 
3,766, 


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295 
173 
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221 
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692 
769 
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281 
414 
299 


20,698,382 

3,178,294 

12,352,774 
9,446,845 
9,938,990 

17,836,490 

7,008,403 

52,923,051 

40,281,812 

65,671,036 

55,053,921 

51,723,456 

40,549,610 

71,723,693 

60,181,766 

117,276,790 

100,868,912 

57,164,582 

39,845,800 

106,587,552 

87,071,110 

187,724,777 

172,041,120 

269,096,687 

251,604,393 

Excess  of 

total 
Exports 
over  total 
Im])orts,  in- 
chiding  Coin 
and  Bullion. 


Percentage 
Excess  of 
total  Im'prts 

over  total 
Exports,  in- 
cluding Coin 
and  Bullion. 


1,421,711 


2,857,121 
3,002,344 
18,731,644 
23,829,630 


2,272,210 
6,072,107 


p.  c. 

27 
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29 
34 
32 
43 
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15 
30 
17 
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28 
21 
18 
18 
20 
18 
22 
20 
17 
10 
08 
04 


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06-4 
21-4 
312 
14-69 


Percentage 
Excess  of 
total  Exp'rts 

over  total 
Imports,  in- 
cluding Coin 
and  Bullion. 


32  42 
18  44 
23  09 
37  06 
43.62 


Percentage,  Increase  or  Decrease. 


Gross  Imports  com- 
pared with  preceding 
year. 


Increase.  I  Decrease. 


p.  c. 


016 


02  21 
02  54 

15  71 

16  98 


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1147 

13  63 

746 

02  94 
10  29 


26  50 
20  51 
18-44 


Gross  Exports 
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preceding  year. 


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3  GEORGE  V.„  A.  1913 


10. — Statement  (by  Provinces)  of  the  Values  of  Exports,  of  Total  Imports, 

Port  in  the  Dominion  of  Canada  during  the  Fiscal 

PROVINCE  OF 


Ports. 


Amherstburg  

Belleville  

Berlin  

Bowmanville.  .. 

Brantford   

Bridgeburg  

Brockville  

Chatham  

Cobourg  

Collingwood  

Cornwall  

Deseronto  

Fort  William 

Gait   

Gananoque  

Goderich  

(iuelph  

Hamilton  

Ingersoll  

Kenora   

Kingston  

Lindsay   

London   

Midland  

Morrisburg  

Napanee  

Niagara  Falls 

North  Bay  

Orillia  

Oshawa  

Ottawa   ... 

Owen  Sound 

Paris  

Pany  Sound.  . . . 

Peterboro'  

Picton  

Port  Arthur  

Port  Hope  

Prescott  

St.  Catharines  . . 

St.  Thomas  

Sarnia  

Sault  Ste.  Marie. 

Simcoe  

Stratford  

Tillsonbuig  


Toronto  

Toronto,  West. 


Total,  City  of  Toronto. , 

Trenton  

Wallaceburg  

Welland   

Whitby  

Windsor  

Woodstock.   


Fiscal  Year  ended  March  31,  1910. 


Exports. 


200.  "28 
4,400 


10,293,591 
87,261 
16,196 
26,385 
88,222 
714,622 
73,784 

14,752,791 


16,077 


7,243 
19,599 
153,595 


341.478 

5,163 


22,755,199 


1,042,37? 


146,505 
134,250 


4,187 
10,812,684 
20,970 
10,650,284 
24,704 
9,149 
5,092,763 
7,112,870 


42,711 


42,711 


Imports. 


571,216 

933,766 
2,703,011 

224,349 
2,762,034 
2,227,401 

717,056 
1,420,900 

794,322 

675,489 
1,180,212 

161,913 
4,997,980 
1,876,850 

396,893 

664,103 
2,430,636 
14,086,527 
1,167,275 

127,245 
2,161,465 

404,699 
6,790,666 
1,065,528 

319,574 

183,950 
1,996,217 
2,132,523 
2,322,408 
1,247,982 
6,340,941 

475,799 

682,173 

293,137 
2,824,897 

122,673 
2,822,131 

271,828 
1,675,908 
3,98S,415 
1,420,970 
2,913,809 
3,919,337 

511,936 
1,296,945 


Entered  for 

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sumption. 


70,882.944 
2,519,031 


435,055 

934,933 
2,702,134 

224,349 
2,726,516 
1,875,886 

718,834 
1,337,216 

768,106 

681,448 
1,180,212 

161,913 
4,254,233 
1,876,850 

396,893 

660,580 
2,430,636 
13,963,011 
1,161,632 

125,124 
2,170,195 

404,689 
6,790,307 
1,121,561 

319,574 

183,950 
1,91-3,083 
2,136,358 
2,322,408 
1,247,982 
6,333,280 

470,272 

682,173 

301,940 
2,827,563 

122.775 
2.884,707 

271,828 
1,668,144 
3,987,225 
1,457,033 
2,945,921 
3,828,099 

511.71!' 
1,295,732 


Duty. 


S  cts. 

70,354  25 

123,514  75 

231,895  32 

9,222  12 

366,694  73 

373,154  20 

79,998  91 

229,703  79 

137,637  53 

58,618  74 

33,652  00 

7,455  49 

588,105  01 

166,377  26 

54,298  98 

69,813  88 

211,992  60 

1,815,748  81 

198.470  20 
32,692  23 

186,540  62 
26,742  93 

928,314  60 
58.734  36 
57.411  13 
11,026  01 

320,585  70 

279,998  77 
50,397  56 

237.471  08 
1,129,683  72 

49,123  35 
50,032  95 
55,138  98 
844,934  43 
15,706  72 
447,794  04 
21,455  43 
153,474  31 
329,676  53 
285,276  97 
269,989  86 
371,460  80 
28,804  06 
145, 202  29 


Fiscal 


6,595 
8,670 


73,401,975 

176,021 
1,279,308 


1,918 
5,621,203 


104,549 
6,950,340 
808.832 


Total    90,287,469  171,026.114 


Exports. 


321,285 
2,276 


13,347,430 
131,634 
34,770 
120,385 


930,764 
79,249 
12,277,231 

5,421 " 


455 
15,796 
224,875 


364,724 
62,339 

'22,972!843' 


31,557 
138.223 


865,749 


4,197 
13,366,083 
14,817 
9,670,363 
33,391 
12,504 
5,297,275 
7,660,852 
6,896 


70,191,203 
2,490,702 

12,325,465  05 
319,147  54 

24,108 

72,681,905 

12,644,612  59 

24,108 

175,797 
1,279,318 

24,129  28    . 

235,410  71  24,836 

104,549 
6,714,555 
808,832 

7,419  7S 
1,084,075  48 
70,256  42 

5,922,924 

168,659,035 

24,780,282  26 

93,965,252 

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of  Imports  entered  for  Consumption  and  of  the  Amount  of  Duty  Collected  at  each 
Years  ended  March  31,  1910,  1911  and  1912. 

ONTARIO. 


Year  ended  March  31,  1911. 


Imports. 


S 

476,223 

969,530 
3,139,325 

479,367 
3,753,511 
2,882,884 

750,802 
1,557,654 

772,552 

879,700 
1,363,177 

234,474 
5,589,166 
1,982,411 

417,946 

754,563 
2,903,691 
16,553,636 
1,022,879 

119,899 
2,160.186 

399,672 
7,650,443 
1,305,613 

338,646 

196,808 
2,327,504 
1,957,008 
2,883.322 
1,327,178 
7,737,630 

694.886 
1,042,094 

334,014 
2,986,808 

136,759 
3,692,596 

304,320 
2,972,746 
4,854,812 
1,483,219 
4,392,727 
7,002,760 

574,631 
1,463,381 

216,070 


84,715,135 
3,707,338 


88,422,473 


165,871 
1,534,744 


197,030 
8,742,460 
1,099,279 


207,201,080 


Entered  for 

Con- 
sumption. 


344,824 

970.41S 
3,132,424 

479,367 
3,726,361 
2,554,01(9 

752,402 
1,457,088 

718,335 

877,321 
1,363,177 

234,474 
5,240,186 
1,982,411 

417,946 

752,893 
2,902,976 
16,323,877 
1,025,023 

122,371 
2,153,566 

398,672 
7,652,714 
1,286,272 

338,631 

196,808 
2,334,614 
1,963,370 
2,883,322 
1,327,178 
7,714,497 

679,274 
1,042,094 

332,862 
2,985,070 

139,005 
3,639,812 

304,320 
1,542,494 
4,853,416 
1,477,497 
4,361,381 
6,930,122 

574,344 
1,463,677 

216,070 


83,767,295 
3,625,056 


87,392,351 


165,545 
1,534,744 


196,030 

8,658,585 
1,099,279 


203,215,499 


§  cts. 

53,496  92 
120,702  20 
260,718  53 
30,362  30 
496,328  74 
550,460  33 
87,036  02 
238,603  20 
139,286  75 
55,576  35 
42,238  88 
14,050  56 
669,739  28 
192,119  36 
58,615  03 
82,582  19 
224,414  95 
2,141,467  62 
171,326  67 
33,044  77 
194,908  09 
30,100  25 
1,007,109  31 
47,262  24 
64,260  82 
11,888  14 
390,916  50 
266,611  04 
87,989  03 
253,201  93 
1,265,457  37 
62,237  93 
80,730  56 
70,322  66 
446,657  25 
16,552  19 
535,951  82 
30,491  72 
160,370  39 
451,479  35 
274,656  84 
314,684  12 
960,878  38 
32,304  15 
165,483  49 
24,335  87 


13,860,808  73 
518,305  74 


14,379,114  47 


25,434  38 
272,572  94 


11,900  59 
1,443,720  31 
98,127  46 


Fiscal  Year  ended  March  31,  1912. 


Exports. 


437,666 
575 


15,931,074 
80,890 
23,599 
189,138 
25,205 
1,134,841 
71,314 
19,327,015 


S,75S 


333.788 
75,153 


25,627,816 


92 

17,402,252 
10,920 
10,088,807 
31,270 
21,795 
5,263,636 
5,856,932 
503 


45,818 


753 
6,305 
14,484 
236,820 


40,169 
28,417 


390,984 


Imports. 


438,170 
982,256 

3,626,309 
876,915 

3,956,548 

3,318,264 
811,731 

1,933,462 
979,992 

1.132,529 
963,818 
207,382 

9,271,308 

2,110,334 
402,579 
800,042 

3,179,814 
IS,  623,947 

1,633,383 
93,421 

2,549,164 
493,323 

8,383,183 

1,503,339 
255,009 
187,844 

2,278,532 

2,7<>3,NNS 

3,236,915 
1,692,704 
8,544,001 

775,923 

899,004 

906,915 
3,154,925 

159,728 
5,946,793 

34S,039 
5,023,073 
2,871,577 
1,932,864 
4,104,421 
5,927,830 

793,196 
1,660,614 

266,117 


97,141,992 
4,525,441 


45,818  |  101,670,433 


14,382 
5, 833^663 


29,139,882  24  108,554,834 


295, 456 
1,614,446 
2,634,489 

140,053 
10.975,494 

990,655 


240,262,151 


Entered  for 

Con- 
sumption. 


338,S81 

983,687 
3,623,435 

876,915 
3,950,252 
3,054,575 

811,298 
1,798,291 

934,339 
1,132,865 

963,818 

207,382 
9,427,321 
2,110,334 

402,579 

803,087 
3,179,057 
18,209,348 
1,630,917 
93,855 
2,549,269 

493,323 
8,419,055 
1,513,433 

255,007 

187,844 
2,275,577 
2,708,727 
3,236,915 
1,674,305 
8,513,655 

790,637 

899,004 

906,214 
3,122,512 

161,576 
5,629,697 

348,039 
2,102,799 
2,870,629 
1,933,782 
4,146,654 
5,880,614 

670,56S 
1,660,085 

266,117 


96,133,452 
4,579,955 


100,713,407 


294,542 
1,640,643 
2,633,839 

140.053 
10,790,959 

990,655 


Duty. 


$  cts. 

45,824  77 
124,951  83 
301,468  86 

58,375  90 
529,787  77 
617,640  18 

99,479  80 
285,675  39 
176,696  12 

67,686  31 

34,276  98 

17,441  19 
1,549,712  54 
224,205  94 

47,046  45 

85,235  50 
217,379  25 
2,519,414  26 
341,626  37 

25,654  95 
250,215  78 

37,752  56 
1,017,400  63 

71,010  62 

35,213  09 

14,492  13 
318,505  24 
410,903  85 
111,996  88 
326,041  09 
1,474,558  40 

72,450  23 

67,978  79 
187,477  68 
380,124  51 

21,969  02 
915,252  12 

36,042  49 
192,687  10 
365,762  22 
377,349  82 
364,752  91 
894,049  58 

38,665  28 
178,456  43 

36,910  87 

15,374,521  10 
680,897  18 


16,055,413  28 


48,914  69 
279,020  34 
189,187  07 
8.701  98 
2,089,875  88 
87,982  84 


5 


1 

2 
3 
4 
5 
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 
35 
36 
37 
38 
39 
40 
41 
42 
43 
44 
45 
46 

47 

48 


49 
50 
51 
52 
53 
54 


234,952,371  1     34,326,700  76 


11— i— 21 


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CUSTOMS  DEPARTMENT  i 

3  GEORGE  V.,.  A.  1913 
No.  10. — Statement  of  the  Value  of  Exports 

PROVINCE  OF 


Ports. 


Abercorn  

Athelstan  

Beebe  Junction  . 

Coaticook  

Cookshire  

Gaspe  

Hemmingford . . . 

Hull.....  

Mansonville  .... 

Montreal  

Paspebiac  

Perce  

Quebec  ...   

Rimouski  

Saint- Armand . . 
Saint-Hyacinthe . 

Saint  John  

Sherbrooke  

Sorel  

Three  Rivers.  . . 
Valleytield  


Total 


Fiscal  Year  ended  March  31,  1910. 


Exports. 


S 

5,141,514 
3,899,239 
3,537,944 
11,763,510 
454,748 
217,423 
16,463 


Imports. 


Entered  for 
Con- 
sumption. 


15,969 
77,501,549 
315,661 
149,916 
5,751,375 
178,544 
2,796,282 


14,411,906 


226,603 


126,378,646 


99,765 
1,054,842 
751,242 
185,575 
100,154 
51,189 
19,740 


8,498 
107,728,050 
67,997 
35,499 
10,094,340 
29,446 
73,598 
433,263 
2,770,100 
1,811,410 
244,224 
1,792,394 
1.3S6,239 


128,737,565 


99,765 
1,054,842 
750,730 
185,575 
100,188 
51,188 
19,740 


8,498 
94,573,491 
73,486 
35,499 
10,012,<»35 
31,428 
71,148 
431,260 
2,770,759 
1,804,279 
245,714 
1,810,551 
1,388,394 


115,518,570 


Duty. 


$  cts. 

11,161  24 

19,131  99 

33,916  11 

15,774  66 

20,371  05 

4,571  69 

1.207  76 


Fiscal 


Ex|>orts. 


S 

5,270,910 
3,631,307 
3,613,658 
10,484,224 
374,651 
265,838 
11 1,367 


1, 

16,325, 
8, 
1, 

1.532, 
10, 
5, 
5S, 
181, 
320, 
36, 
180, 
38, 


096  37 
229  78 
467  24 
186  43 
766  55 
096  01 
206  4'.  I 
048  14 
948  19 
772  93 
721  45 
947  89 
434  04 


59,029 
74,330,938 
2)38,793 
136,025 
7.103,300 
526,546 
3,625,123 

13,514,322' 


409,589 


18,807,056  01  123,725,620 


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and  Imports  at  each  Port  &e. — Continued.  * 

QUEBEC. 


21 


Year  ended  March  31,  1911. 


Imports. 


Entered  for 
Con; 
sumption. 


163,234 
1,412,93!) 
948,225 
198,991 
114,736 
34,485 
18, '.73 


12,S53 
116,866,171 
49,149 
14,071 
11,275,653 
31,660 
100,136 
533,545 
2,866,647 
1,692,957 
520,567 
2,504,371 
2,011,931 


$ 

163,084 
1,412,939 
948,034 
198,991 
113,669 
34,475 
18,173 


141,370,494 


12,853 
111,424,805 
50,560 
14,071 
11,270,860 
32,445 
100,136 
541,092 
2,868,709 
1,683,782 
521,251 
2,507,087 
2,013,598 


135,930,614 


Duty. 


$  cts. 

22,885  81 
36,921  16 
40,776  81 
21,663  44 
13,908  81 
3,932  98 
1,655  54 


1,708  80 
18,327,198  63 
6,581  28 
2,358  21 
1,559,861  78 
4,651  46 
11,026  36 
60,051  17 
192,663  33 
302,358  12 
38,602  81 
204,844  42 
81,247  54 


20,934,898  46 


Fiscal  Year  ended  March  31,  1912. 


Exports.  Imports. 


4,464,916 
3,943,593 
3,1174,869 
10,183,841 
527,079 
179,561 
16,940 


50,553 
74,944,869 
237,709 
196,679 
6,641,512 
194,217 
3,191,068 

14,073,690 


283,740 


123,104,836 


123,625 
1,300,303 
667,575 
197,190 
161,493 
29,389 
14,666 
254,921 
16,039 
138,291,851 
71,211 
13,210 
11,797,423 
39,378 
92,185 
582,871 
3,710,674 
1,743,773 
299,539 
3,170,208 
1,771,530 


164,349,054 


Entered  for 
Con- 
sumption. 


9 

123,425 
1,300,303 
664,783 
197,190 
159,918 
29,392 
14,666 
254,921 
16,039 
135,019,357 
71,211 
13,210 
11,775,466 
39,615 
91,375 
588,886 
3,112,243 
1,735,055 
301,042 
3,172,949 
1,770,464 


160.451,510 


Duty. 


cts. 


16,756 
33,409 
70,298 
20,085 
24,643 
3,700 
1,728 
30,259 
1,880 
19,951,815 
9,125 
1,261 
,759,373 
7,242 
7,963 
0(1.233 
223,490 
320,904 
51,373 
361,370 
90,307 


1, 


69 
37 
04 
02 
48 
21 
04 
19 
12 
25 
27 
28 
39 
41 
65 
38 
83 
97 
17 
13 
77 


23,047,221  66 


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CUSTOMS  DEPARTMENT 


3  GEORGE  V.,  A.  1913 

No.  10. — Statement  of  ihe  Value  of 

PROVINCE  OF 


2- 

O 


1 

2 
3 
4 
5 
6 
7 
8 
9 
10 
11 
12 
13 
14 
15 
J6 
17 
IS 
19 
20 
21 
22 
23 
24 
25 
26 
27 
28 


POKTS. 


Amherst  

Annapolis  

Antigonish  

Arichat  

Baddeck  

Barrington  

Bridgewater  

Canso   .... 

!  Digby  

I  Glace  Bay  

;  Halifax  

Kentville  

Li  verpool  

Lockeport  

Lunenburg  

Middleton  

New  Glasgow  ... 
North  Sydney . .  . 

Parrsboro'  

Pictou  

Port  Hawkesbury 

Port  Hood  

Shelburne  

Sydney  

Truro  

Weymouth.    . .  . 

Windsor  

Yarmouth . 


Fiscal  Year  ended  March  31,  1910. 


Exports. 


S 

344,091 
406,551 
9,432 
905 
24,956 
100 


153,253 
110,150 
959 

11,595,755 
80,207 
271,064 
6,280 
1,079,820 


Total. 


953,4n7 
733,152 
79,086 
107,024 
10, 128 
55,618 
1,014,512 


343,281 
655,485 
1,521,072 


19,557,188 


i  Entered  for 
Imports.  Con- 
sumption. 


S 

596,382 
95,570 
18,632 
5,051 
9,30.-) 
11,923 


20,712 
37,299 
231,611 
9,356,322 
158,865 
24,115 
6,117 
213,184 
34,639 
256,437 
336,558 
4.S24 
255,192 
12,456 
18,797 
7,891 
1,667,615 
459,661 
17,608 
228,948 
650,142 


14,735,916 


Duty. 


590,S3.S 
98,835 
18,632 
5,146 
9,365 
11,923 


20,789 
37,314 
232,459 
,743,255 
159,004 
•J5.075 
6,374 
200,696 
34,639 
257,225 
342,016 
4,879 
255,192 
12,455 
19,088 
7.SS3 
,678,454 
459,955 
18,000 
229,551 
638,513 


14,121,615 


S 


cts. 


68,188  22 
7,515  69 
5,462  54 
160  51 
1,970  97 
1,150  69 


2,243  77 
4,530  71 
44,621  13 
1,627,602  8S 
17,381  86 
3,370  29 
453  90 
22,312  14 
5,588  53 
43,859  38 
59.3S7  56 
745  52 


10,939 
1,591 
3,662 
693 
200,801 
83,142  54 
1,891  27 
12,047  82 
62,777  63 


52 
95 
05 
70 
15 


Fiscal 


Exports. 


387,752 
281,902 
8,992 

27,750 


94,586 
109.2S5 
1,635 
12,514.420 
33, 282 
255,659 
5,840 
1,122,457 


907,542 
556,231 
110,795 
105,989 
5,095 
25,892 
1,157,858 


255,034 
599,516 
1,433,812 


2,294,094  52  20,001,324 


PROVINCE  OF 


1  iBathurst  

2  Campbellton  

3  I  Chatham  

4  Dalhousie  

5  iFredericton  

6  jMcAdam  Junction. 

7  Moncton  

8  Newcastle  

9  iSackville  

10  St.  Andrew  

11  St.  John  

12  St.  Stephen  

13  Woodstock  


Total 


631,923 
1,328,205 
358,78S 
22,370 
3,023,592 
600,116 
4o3,779 
179,390 
146,271 
24,988,519 
258,767 
169,091 


32,110,811 


63,077 
90,744 
200,614 
23,483 
664,776 
141.582 
664, 175 
41,609 
72,727 
53,770 
7,394,175 
1,043,123 
374,611 


10,829,36*! 


63,737 
89,608 
198,346 
24,019 
618,941 
141,582 
667,210 
41,620 
72,755 
50,779 
7,349,763 
1,043,123 
382,298 


10,743,781 


15,476  55 
21,414  90 
24,873  48 

5,006  28 
58,705  30 
29,353  56 
78,057  62 

7,135  30 

7,541  99 

6,457 
1,333,703 
34,277 
84,997 


50 
63 
02 
48 


1.707.0OI  27 


704,090) 
1,307,608 
431,986 
7,155 
2,575,087 
520.411 
463,302 
156,783 
61,200 
21,659,514 
287,267 
93,045 

28,273,454 


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Exports  and  Imports  at  each  Port,  ifcc. — Continued. 
NOVA.  SCOTIA- 


23 


Year  ended  March  31,  lv)ll. 


Fiscal  Year  ended  March  31,  1912. 


Imports. 


913,779 
93,246 
29,775 
10,229 
5,852 
10,204 


23,939 
57,914 

278,909 
9,836,974 

184,503 
25,323 
12,708 

139.471 
23,115 

321,201 

568,163 
3,782 

269,140 
10,808 
18,658 
16,786 
2,257,500 

454,417 
16,961 

282,262 

882,961 


16,748,580 


Entered  fur 

Con- 

Duty. 

Exports. 

sumption. 

$ 

8  cts. 

913,985 

96,640  92 

261,423 

93,962 

6,400  50 

301,824 

29,775 

7,701  59 

7,408 

10,976 

420  34 

5,852 

1,289  39 

25,608 

10,204 

1,208  12 

498,721 

23,295 

3,105  40 

57,741 

58,022 

5,955  27 

121,383 

279, 02S 

50,712  77 

3,306 

9,S90,801 

1,772,883  29 

15,857,184 

184,608 

16,655  39 

47,200 

26,057 

3,193  88 

286,484 

12,770 

2,093  22 

8,320 

159,289 

17.298  41 

491,566 

23,115 

3,584  95 

321,787 

57.161  31 

573,497 

90.212  61 

945,178 

3,797 

579  37 

692,819 

269.096 

9,175  97 

167,519 

10,809 

1,545  74 

126,900 

19,437 

4,336  71 

2,129 

16,930 

1,907  67 

56,825 

2,171,113 

281,367  27 

1,075,289 

454,998 

75,551  65 

17,221 

1,870  63 

236,936 

282,573 

9,112  88 

625,295 

884,635 

63,010  61 

1,672,374 

16,747,632 

2,584,985  86 

23,569,432 

Imports. 


783,595 
88,464 
35,111 
8,891 
19,713 
10,508 
40,901 
29,440 
77,420 

272,529 
11,996,093 

182,306 
34,092 
11,331 

163  186 
31,361 

746,251 

660,194 
2,983 
93,210 
11,672 
18.259 
15,571 
2,515,495 

537,410 
23,425 

104,989 

770,787 


19,285,187 


Entered  for 

Con- 
sumption. 


783,158 
88,915 
35,111 
9,108 
19,713 
10,503 
42,042 
29,650 
77,440 

272,943 
11,512,546 

182.415 
34,677 
11,331 

176,886 
31,361 

746,935 

668,479 
3,055 
93,210 
11,706 
18.S00 
15,858 
2,531,765 

537,608 
23,812 

105,147 

773,572 


IS,  847, 751 


Duty. 


$  cts. 


100,324 
6,956 
5.893 
305 
2,303 
1,079 
7,138 
3,061 
11,083 
46,544 
2,117,107 
22,868 
5,031 
1,431 
11,620 
6,193 
135,609 
109,032 
378 
11,196 
1,440 
4,174 
1,513 
309,055 
80,084 
2,379 
S,4u4 
62,450 


50 
17 

97 
30 
59 
25 
87 
11 
41 
18 
99 
27 
89 
81 
47 
79 
03 
53 
67 
37 
20 
21 
19 
79 
23 
06 
53 
80 


3,074,663  18 


NEW  BRUNSWICK. 


68,088 
101,632 
261,932 

14,612 
694,680 

67,371 
662,919 

45,892 
102,470 

49,782 
7,749,848 
1,163,014 
491,557 

11,47!,.'W 


67,805 
102,886 
262,081 

16,984 
694,878 

67,371 
659.187 

45,892 
102,470 

49,782 
7,732,244 
1,163,024 
498,937 


11,463,541 


10,622  47 
20,324  28 
26,446  37 
11,495  78 
50,204  33 
10,861  32 
62,223  55 
6,593  95 
12,399  33 
6.391  81 
1,340,794  45 
40,713  38 
91,441  06 


1,690,517  13 


1,013,056 
967,257 
574,512 
31,767 

3,053,336 
429,488 
405,726 
123,980 
132,618 
21,895,963 
222,131 
129,713 


28,979,547 


72,679 

74,191 
151,013 
9,058 
523,237 

82,792 
722,268 

74,907 
113,133 

82,834 
8,590,197 
932,335 
474,793 


11,953,742 


73,901 

74,651 
151,055 
9,229 
525,050 

82,792 
722,268 

74,907 
113,133 

82,834 
8,522,548 
982,367 
484,405 


11,899,140 


19,143 
15,  on] 
15,430 

1,290 
56,728 
18,512 
86,198 
11,539 
14,781 

9,570 
1,452,234 
55,672 
85,933 


88 
22 
35 
86 
24 
85 
51 
14 
02 
36 
57 
09 
49 


1,842,036  58 


24 


CUSTOMS  DEPARTMEXT  i 

3  GEORGE  V.,:  A.  1913 
No.  10. — Statement  of  the  Value  of  Exports 

PROVINCE  OF 


e 
X 

a 
5 

v. 


Ports. 


1  Cranbrook  

2  iFernie  

3  Grand  Forks   . 

4  Greenwood  

*5  Kaslo  

6  Nanaimo  

+7  Xelson   .. 

8  iXew  Westminster. 

9  !  Prince  Ruperi  

10  Revelstoke  

11  Rossland  

12  Vancouver  

13  Victoria  


Fiscal  Year  ended  March  31,  1910. 


Total. 


Exports. 

Imports. 

Entered  for 
Con- 
sumption. 

Duty. 

Exports. 

S 

S 

S 

S  cts. 

8 

741,492 
1,031,542 
2,961,629 

323,383 
134 

438,987 
464,988 
623,589 
362,572 
16,557 
95S,30O 
494,726 

1,088,984 
209,310 
367,350 
330,320 
16,873,468 

4,861,868 

440,326 
468,200 
623,589 
368,935 
16,557 
965,734 
501,650 

1,083,210 
210,070 
381,572 
331,942 
17,265,068 

4,721,389 

51,462  36 
108,231  38 
47,993  59 
47,006  17 
3,736  47 

748,786 
1,704,034 
2,349,192 

481,020 

4,210,410 
204,889 
5,938,057 
3,021 

107,863  38 
108,523  09 
218,432  52 
39,132  75 
103,276  54 
40,563  79 
3,657,242  90 
1,240,612  14 

3,821,741 
98, 993 

5,161,968 
33,948 

370,450 
7,769,129 
1,514,275 

134924 
7,320,425 
1,101,624 

25,068,411 

27,091,019 

27,378,242 

5,774,077  08 

23,016,655 

PROVINCE  OF 


1 

2 
3 
4 

5 

Total  

24,096 
2,502,693 
1,472,214 

193,919 

1,444.575 
854,730 
359,499 
637,384 
22,407,335 

1,431,079 

852,270 
359,099 
636,195 
22,312,911 

274,753  10 
15,992  00 
22,500  88 
123,589  72 
4,999,238  16 

64,916 
2,391,400 
178,628 

409,620 

4,192,922  1  25,703,523 

25,591,554 

5,436,073  86 

3,134,564 

PROVINCE  OF  PRINCE 

l 

2 

Charlottetown  

Total  

410,237 
31,599 

537,784 
115,760 

539,442 
115,760 

103,896  47 
14,195  26 

417,543 
18,630 

441,836 

653,544 

655,202 

118,091  73 

430,173 

PROVINCE 

l 

2 

3 

3,271,692 
1,142.:»74 

1,533,559 

3,309,336 
1,161,419 
1,536,247 

697,745  54 
286,003  92 
267,558  63 

Edmonton  

Lethbridge  

Total  

161,190 

305,205 

161,190 

5,948,225 

6,007,002 

1,251,908  09 

305,205 

*  To  .January  31,  1910.       f  Including  Kaslo  from  February  1,  1910. 


i  TRADE  AND  NAVIGATION  25 

SESSIONAL  PAPER  No.  11 

and  Imports,  at  each  Port,  etc. — Continued. 


BRITISH  COLUMBIA. 


Fiscal  Year  ended  March  31,  1911. 

Fiscal  Year  ende'd  March  31,  1912. 

Number. 

Imports. 

Entered  for 

Con- 
sumption. 

Duty. 

Exports. 

Imports. 

Entered  for 

Con- 
sumption. 

Duty. 

$ 

600,676 
439,780 
547,055 
40.^,108 

•8 

599,395 
437,587 
547.055 
412,933 

%  cts. 

04,533  41 
93,870  80 
47.404  91 
49.C11  15 

$ 

225,618 
407,094 
1,107,440 
696,845 

% 

736,910 
351,020 
610,133 
592,285 

% 

734,833 
352,093 
608,115 
595,139 

$  cts. 

86,956  56 
71,087  74 
38,091  29 
82,768  03 

1 

2 
3 
4 
5 
6 
7 
8 
9 
10 
11 
12 
13 

1,053,410 
497,311 

1,813,000 
500,721 
095,742 
270,208 
25,032,090 

6,227,700 

1,057,151 
488.004 

1,824,111 
510,165 
697,405 
279,549 
25,250,463 

0,059,424 

119,808  03 
104,969  97 
319,712  07 
104,751  85 
175,979  31 
30,890  47 
5,499,700  38 
1,544,203  63 

3,285,038 
38,457 

4,124,162 
64,344 

1,038,992 
662,170 

3,187,243 
614,269 
781,958 
484,703 
32,428,397 

7,857,081 

1,044,595 
670,959 

3,058,578 
613,176 
802,618 
487,052 
32,505,431 

7,682,362 

137,638  47 
141,618  23 
489,381  56 
111,936  38 
208,343  37 
38,789  86 
7,221,323  30 
1,984,893  77 

105,383 
8,148,697 
2,009,762 

38,092,539 

38,163,842 

8,154,841  98 

20,272,840 

49,345,161 

49,154,951 

10,612,828  56 

MANITOBA. 

1,923,108 
1,529,991 
543,3S1 
1,192,465 
29,665,997 

1,919,535 
1,525,511 
543,381 
1,096,462 
29,540,561 

313,711  75 
28,695  08 
40,859  27 

172,821  76 
6,477.582  38 

142,827 
2,663,483 
163,095 

2,172,680 
1,991,976 
522,661 
1,338,447 
38,198,132 

2,070,009 
1,989,836 
522,661 
1,350,004 
36,521,019 

373,743  84 
73,346  64 
47,371  93 

231,832  53 
8,055,548  85 

1 

2 

3 
4 

5 

333,410 

34,855,002 

34,625,450 

7,033,670  24 

3,302,815 

44,223,896 

42,459,529 

8,781,843  79 

EDWARD  ISLAND. 

539,820 
116,858 

532,193 
116,858 

108,064  76 
15,480  55 

537,266 
45,945 

544,375 
158,894 

547,545 
158,896 

109,149  65 
21,454  78 

1 

2 

656,678 

649,051 

123,545  31 

583,211 

703,269 

706,441 

130,604  43 

OF  ALBERTA. 

5,407,915 
1,731,756 
1,955,055 

5.430,264 
1,745,038 
1,960,376 

1,188,738  88 
433,896  24 
313,021  42 

8,038,209 
3,423,405 
2,417,224 

8,006,691 
3,445,975 
2,269,088 

1,832,691  22 
846,050  30 
438,325  52 

1 

2 
3 

52,685 

9,094,726 

9,135,678 

1,935,650  54 

52,685 

13,878,838 

13,721,754 

3,117,067  04 

26  CUSTOMS  DEPARTMENT  i 

3  GEORGE  V..  A.  1913 

No.  10. — Statement  of  the  Value  of 


PROVINCE  OF 


i 
1 

Ports. 

Fiscal  Year  ended  March  31,  1910. 

Exports. 

Imports. 

Entered  for 
Con- 
sumption. 

Duty. 

Exports. 

i 

2 
3 
4 

S 

S 

648,628 
3,161,308 
2,315,916 

S 

649,143 
3,161,368 
2,335,097 

$  cts. 

123,476  35 
66,779  53 
473,119  96 

S 

2,912,477 

4,056,582 

Total  

2,912.477 

6,125,912 

6.145,608 

,  663,375  84 

4.056,582 

YU 

2 

Dawson.. 

Whitehorse  

Total  

98,895 
148,684 

791,908 
100,244 

8C2.225 
160,826 

147.920  24 
30,6138  76 

66,981 
154,495 

2 17,579 

952,152 

963,051 

178,529  00 

221,476 

TERRI 

l 

Total 


TRADE  AND  NAVIGATION  27 


SESSIONAL  PAPER  No.  11 

Exports  and  Imports,  at  each  Port,  <fcc. — Concluded. 
SASKATCHEWAN. 


Fiscal  Year  ended  March  31,  1911. 

Fiscal  Year  ended  March  31,  1912. 

■~ 

XI 

a 

0 
1 

2 
3 
4 

Imports. 

Entered  for 
Con: 
sumption. 

Duty. 

Exports. 

Imports . 

Entered  for 

Con- 
sumption. 

Duty. 

§ 

1,581,306 
3.497,355 
3,338,210 
2,607,561 

$ 

1,579,934 
3,497,355 
3,217,674 
2,613,588 

S  cts. 

271,866  57 
99,759  60 
647,182  20 
501,015  80 

4,621,809 

8 

2,793,760 
3,649,339 
4,012,023 
3,811,847 

$ 

2,746,919 
3,649,339 
4,025,386 
3,814,809 

S  cts. 

530,490  61 
301,474  88 
843,225  95 
776,861  00 

11,024,432 

10,908,531 

1,519,824  17 

4,621,809 

14,266,969 

14,236,453 

2,452,052  44 

KON. 

901,141 
175,777 

882,003 
176,163 

146,602  80 
33,118  80 

81,003 
2,194,238 

814,526 
138,143 

814,080 
138,602 

138,577  40 
24,761  02 

1 
2 

1,076,918 

1,058,166 

179,721  60 

2,275,241 

952,669 

952,682 

103,338  42 

TORIES. 


1  . 

 1   

179  10 

1 

179  10 

28 


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i 


3  GEORGE  V.,  A.  1913 

No  10. — Statement  (by  Provinces)  showing  the  Value  of  Exports,  of  Total  Imports 

.Dominion  of  Canada  during  the  Fiscal  Years 


Fiscal  Year  ended  March  31,  1910. 

u 

1 

Provinces. 

Total 
Exports. 

Total 
Imports. 

1*  11  t"*»T**Jfl    T(  IT* 
J  .  1  i  '  '    I  '   U  L\JL 

Con- 
sumption. 

Duty. 

Total 
Exports. 

3 





1 

s 

8 

S  cts. 

I 

1 

90,287,469 

171,026,114 

168,659,035 

24,780,2S2  26 

93,965,252 

- 

126,378,646 
19,557.188 
32,110,811 
4,192,922 

128,737,565 
14,735,916 
10,829,366 
25,703,523 

115,518,570 
14,121,615 
10,743,781 
25,591,554 

18,807,056  01 
2,294,094  52 
1,7C7,001  27 
5,436,073  86 

123,1 2a,  620 
20,001,324 
28,273,454 
3,134,564 

3 

4 

5 

Manitoba   

u 

Kri  f  i  c  ri  If  il  imhi  1 

25,008,411 
441,836 

27,091,019 
653,544 

27,378,242 
655,202 

5,774,077  08 
118,091  73 

23,016,655 
436,173 

7 

Prince  Edward  Island .  ...... 

8 

Alberta  

161,190 

5,948,225 

6,007,002 

1,251,908  09 

365,265 

9 

Saskatchewan  

2,912,477 

6,125,912 

6,145,608 

663,375  84 

4,056,582 

10 

247,579 

952,152 

963,051 

178,529  00 

221,476 

11 

Total  

301,358,529 

391,803,336- 
49,356 

375,783,660 
49,356 

61,010,489  66 
13,749  55 

297,196,365 

British  prepaid  postal  parcels  ; 
duty  received  through  P.  (). 

Grand  total  

301,358,529 

391,852,692 

375,833,016 

61,024,239  21 

297,196,365 

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SESSIONAL  PAPER  No.  11 

and  of  Imports  entered  for  Consumption,  and  the  Amount  of  Duty  collected  by  the 
ended  March  31,  19  i0,  1911  and  1912. 


Fiscal  Year  ended  March  31,  1911. 


Total 
Imports. 


$ 

$ 

207,201,080 

203,215,499 

141,370,494 

135,930,614 

16,748,580 

16,747,632 

11,473,797 

11,463,541 

34,855,002 

34,625,450 

38,692,539 

38,163,842 

656,678 

649,051 

9,094,726 

9,135,678 

11,024,432 

10,908,551 

1,076,918 

1,058,166 

Entered  for 

Con- 
sumption. 


Duty. 


472,194,246  461,S98,024 
53,294  53,294 


472,247,540 


461,951,318 


S  cts. 
29,139,882  24 
20,934,898  46 
2,584,985  86 
1,690,517  13 
7,033,670  24 
8,154,841  98 
123,545  31 
1,935,656  54 
1,519,824  17 
179,721  60 


r3, 297, 543  53 


14,824  06 


73,312,367  59 


Fiscal  Year  ended  March  31,  1912. 


Total 
Exports. 


108,554,834 
123,104,836 
23,509,432 
28,979,547 
3,302,815 
20,272,840 
583,211 
52,685 
4,621,809 
2,275,241 


315,317,250 


315,317,250 


Total 
Imports. 


240,262,151 
164,349,054 
19,285,187 
11,953,742 
44,223,896 
49,345,161 
703,269 
13,878,838 
14,266,969 
952,669 


559,220,930 
99,608 


559,320,544 


Entered  for 

Con- 
sumption. 

Duty. 

$ 

S  cts. 

234,952,371 

34,326,700  76 

160,451,510 

23,047,221  66 

18,847,751 

3,074,663  18 

li,S99,140 

1,842,036  58 

42,459,529 

8,781,843  79 

40  1  riJ  Q^l 

T.J,  lOl,  o  JL 

11', DlijoJo  DO 

706,441 

130,604  43 

13,721,754 

3,117,067  04 

14,236,453 

2,452,052  44 

952,682 

163,338  42 

179  10 

547,382,582 

87,548,535  9S 

99,608 

27,500  56 

547,482,190 

87,576,036  52 

1 

2 
3 
4 
5 
6 
7 
8 
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>so.  13.  Statement  of  Customs  and  other  Revenues  collected  throughout  the  Dominion 

by  Chief  Ports  and  Outports  during  the  Fiscal  Year  ended  March  31,  1912. 

ONTARIO. 


Chief  Port. 


Aniherstburg. 


Belleville. 


Berlin. 


Bowman  ville. 


Brantford  . 
Bridgeburg 
Brock  ville.. 
Chatham. .  . 


Cobourg . 


Collingwood . 


Cornwall. 


Outi>orts. 


Essex  Centre. 

Kingsville  

Leamington  . 
West  Dock... 


Campbellford. 


Waterloo. 


Newcastle. 


Blenheim. . 
Dresden. . . . 
(ilencoe  . . . 
Ridgetown 
Rondeau  . . 
Tilbury. .  . . 


Brighton  . . 
Col  borne.  . 


Meaford. 


Customs 
Duties. 

flf  Via*. 

vjtner 
Revenues. 

S  cts. 

5,091  67 
4,744  51 
4,992  58 
30,107  29 
888  72 

S  cts. 

45,824  77 

100,915  00 
18,036  83 

124,951  83 

232,943  00 
68.525  86 

301,468  86 

58,355  61 
20  29 

58,375  90 

529,787  77 

617,640  18 

1,969  28 

99,479  80 

169,827  63 
4,998  96 
9  58 
3,936  68 
10,466  86 
82,912  28 
13,523  40 

48  60 

285,675  39 

48  60 

172,412  28 
3,814  50 
469  34 

176,696  12 



33,391  39 
34,291  92 

67,686  31 

34,276  98 

Total 
Revenues. 


8  cts. 


45,824  77 


124,951  83 


3iil. 46S  SC, 


58,375  90 


529,787  77 


619,609  46 


99,479  80 


285,723  99 


170,696  12 


67,686  31 


34,276  98 


Remarks. 


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No.  13. — Statement  of  Customs  Revenue  Collected,  &c. — Ontario — Continued. 


Chief  Port. 


Deseronto 


Fort  William. 


Gait. 


Gananoque. 


Goderich 


Guelph . 


Hamilton. 


Ingersoll. 


Kenora . . 
Kingston. 


Outports. 


Ayr  

Preston  


Lan.->downe.  . . 
Poole's  Resort 
River  View. . 
Rockport  


Clinton  

Kincardine. . . . 

Lucknow  

Seaforth  

Southampton.. 
Wingham  , 


Durham  

Harriston  

Mount  Forest. 
Walkerton..  . . 


Burlington . 
Dundas.  . . 
Dunnville  . 
Oakville. . . 


Port  Burwell. 


Bath. 


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Customs 
Duties. 


Other 
Revenues. 


$  cts.  S  cts 
17,441  1!) 


1,549,712  54 


153,317  44 
1,763  06 
69,125  44 


224,205  94 


46,025  99 
160  44 
147  62 
257  33 
455  07 


47,046  45 


19,193  40 
31,876  88 
6,049  59 
14  75 
12,642  39 
6,254  24 
9,204  25 


85,235  50 


206,702  83 
37  32 
21  04 
48  58 
10,569  48 


217,379  25 


2,370,942  45 
13,249  67 
71,081  76 
59,251  25 
4,889  13 


2,519,414  26 


53,815  01 
287.811  36 


341,626  37 


25,654  95 


250,164  90 

50  88 


250,215  78 


Total 
Revenues. 


120  74 


120  74 


911  62 


S  cts. 
17,441  19 


Remarks. 


1,549,712  54 


224,326  68 


47,046  45 


Opened  Dec.  1,  1911. 
Summer  season. 


85,235  50 


217,379  25 


911  62  2,520,325  88 


543  30 


543  30 


341,626  37 


25,654  95 


250,759  08 


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— Ontario — Continued. 


Chief  Port. 


Lindsay . 
London. 


Midland. 


Morrisburg 


Napanee  

Niagara  Falls. 


North  Bay. 


Orillia . 


Oshawa. 
Ottawa . 


Outport. 


Parkhffl.. 
Strathrov. 


Penetanguishene. 


Aultsville 
Iroquois  . 


Chippawa  . 
Niagara  .  . 
Queenston 


Cobalt  

Haileybury.  . . . 
St'irgeon  Falls. 

Sudbury  

Temagami .... 


Bracebridge . 
Gravenhurst. 


Alexandria  

Almonte  

Arnprior  

Carleton  Place . . . 
Hawkesbuiy..  .  . . 

Pembroke  

Perth  

Renfrew  

Smiths  Falls  

Ville  Marie  


Customs 
Revenue. 


8  cts. 
37,752  56 


1,0(12,625  94 
3,390  82 
11,383  87 


1,017,400  63 


62,346  11 
8,664  51 


71,010  62 


33,158  24 
862  63 
1,192  22 


35,213  09 


14,492  13 


Other 
Revenue. 


S  cts. 


9  47 


Total 
Revenue. 


8  cts. 
37,752  56 


9  47  1,017,410  10 


81  40 


81  40 


282,886  77     1,989  46 
31,296  24 
4,166  76 
155  47 


318,505  21 


71,010  62 


Remarks. 


35,294  49 


11,492  13 


1,989  46;    320,494  70 


101,079  94 
137, 177  8o 
310  97 
11,645  38 
160,673  82 
15  89 

410,903  85 

410,903  85 

94,523  40 
17,458  38 
15  10 

111,996  88 

111,996  88 

326,041  09 

326,041  09 

1,303,389  95 
10,750  05 
3,741  53 
4,989  26 
7,093  87 
3,357  35 
26,318  72 
17,856  03 
9,826  72 
87,183  49 
51  43 

3,069  07 

1,474,558  40 

3,069  07 

1,477,627  47 

Summer  season. 


Summer  season 


Outport  from  May  1, 1911. 


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No.  13. — Statement  of  Customs  Kevenue  Collected,  &c. — Ontario — Continued. 


Chief  Port. 


Owen  Sound . 


Paris . 


Parry  Sound. 


Peteroorough . 
Picton  


Port  Arthur. 


Port  Hope. 
Prescott . . . 


St.  Catharines. 


St.  Thomas. 


Outports. 


Chesley . 


St.  George. 


Byng  Inlet . . . 
Depot  Harbor 
French  River. 
Key  Harbor . . 


Wellington. 


Port  Francis.. .  . 

North  Lake  

Rainy  River  .  . . 


Cardinal  


Port  Colborne. 
Port  Oalhousie. 

Thorold   

Welland  


Aylmer  

Port  Stanley. 


Customs 
Duties. 


Other 
Revenue. 


$  cts. 

72.392  91 
57  32 


72,450  23 


63,304  48 
4,674  31 

67,978  79 


8,503  65 
122,911  78 
55,707  00 
355  25 
Nil. 


187,477  68 


380,121  51 


20,501  91 
1,467  11 


21,969  02 


779,517  72 
114,952  28 
Nil. 

20,782  12 


915,252  12 


36,042  49 


181,747  01 
10,940  09 


192,687  10 


278,709  21 
45,967  99 

9,077  09 
25,818  82 

6,189  11 


365.762  22 


276,864  64 
14,337  *>2 
86,147  56 


377,349  82 


•15  cts. 


6  60 
64  25 

190  75 


261  60 


93  40 


11  91 

27  00 


38  91 


Total 
Revenue. 


S  cts. 


72,450  23 


67,978  79 


187,477  68 


380,124  51 


21,969  02 


915,513  72 


36,042  49 


93  40     192,780  50 


365,801  13 


377,349  82 


Remarks. 


Made  chief  port  April  1, 
1911. 


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No.  13.— Statement  of  Customs  Kevenue  Collected,  &c— Ontario—  Continued. 


Chief  Port. 


Outports. 


Sarnia 


Sault  Ste.  Marie. 


Simcoe . 


Stratford . 


Tillsonburg. 
Toronto  * . . . 


Trenton  

Wallaceburg. 


Courtright.  . . . 

Petrolia  

Point  Edward. 


Customs 
Duties. 


Other 
Revenue. 


v     cts. '    §  cts. 


Total 

Revenue. 


Remarks. 


$  cts. 


Blind  River  

Bruce  Mines  

Cockburn  Island . . 

Cutler  

Gore  Bay  

Little  Current. . . . 
Manitowaning  . . . 
Michipocoten  Harbor 
Providence  Bay.  . . 
Richards  Landing. 
Thessalon  


311,156  16 
6,040  21 
45,640  90 
1,915  114 


364,752  91 


Port  Dover  . 
Port  Rowan 


862,058  98 
2,279  79 
3,331  53 
237  05 
6,512  01 
510  39 
4,242  72 
219  93 
12,912  71 
33  83 
55  39 
1,655  25 


107  24 


107  24 


569  44 


364.860  15 


894,049  58 


35.335  54 
2, 301  82 
1,027  92 


38,665  28 


Hanover  , 

Listowel  

Mitchell   

St.  Marys  j  20,339  88 

Wiarton   7,294  54 


98,589  10 
19,130  93 
20,365  31 
12,736  67 


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Bala 

Barrie  

Brampton  

Georgetown. . . 

Markdale  

Milton  West. 
Orangeville.  . 
Port  Credit... 
Streets  ville  


178,456  43 


569  44 


36,910  87 


894,619  02 


38.665  28 


178,456  43 


15,216,730  93,  33,796  49 


25,599  91 
1  93 
13,520  11 
23,989  20 
34,122  49 
55  67 
15  35 
17,924  81 
27,791  48 
14,739  22 


Port  Lambton. . 

Souibra   

\Valj>ole  Island. 


15,374,521  10 


48,914  69 


275,490  68 
1.101  37 
2,235  96 
192  33 


33,796  49 


36,910  87 


279,020  34 


15,408,317  59 


48,914  69 


279,020  34 


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Xo.  13. — Statement  of  Customs  Revenue  Collected,  &c. — Ontario — Concluded. 


Chief  Port. 

Out  ports. 

Customs 

Other 

1  IV  V  VT 1 1  LICO  . 

Total 

RpVPTlllP^ 
11C  V  Oil  IICO. 

Remarks. 

Welland  

Whitby  

Sandwich  

189  187  07 

VP 

173  74 

& 

189  360  81 

680,897  18 

391  20 

681,288  38 

8,701  98 

8,701  98 

1,009,182  88 
1,121  94 
119  36 
1,079,451  70 

4,797  81 

2,089,875  88 

4,797  81 

2,094,673  69 

84,385  76 
3,597  08 

87,982  84 

87,982  84 

34,326,700  76 

48,972  77 

34,375,673  53 

15,216,730  93 
680.897  18 

33,796  49 
391  20 

*  Total  City  of  To- 
ronto   

 7  ■  1  

15,897,628  11   34,187  69 

15,931,815  80 

QUEBEC. 

Magog  

Comins'  Mills  

Hereford  Road  

Esquimaux  Point.. . . 

16,756  69 

573  75 

17,330  44 

33,409  37 

33,409  37 

16,261  58 
1,201  01 
37,591  12 
15,244  33 

5  50 

18  60 
169  00 

70,298  04 

193  10 

70,491  14 

20,042  32 
42  70 

20,085  02 

20,085  02 

20,612  74 
1,908  01 
80  49 
Nil. 

2,042  24 

24,643  48 

24,643  48 

3,700  21 
Nil. 

3,700  21 

3,700  21 

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3  GEORGE  V.«  A.  1913 

No.  13. — Statement  of  Customs  Kevenue  Collected,  &c. — Quebec — Continued. 


Chief  Port. 


Hull 


Mansonville . 


Montreal 


Paspebiac. 


Perce. 


Quebec 


Rimouski. 


St.  Arrnand. 


Outports. 


Customs 
Duties. 


Other 
Revenues 


Hemmingford 


Franklin  Centre  . . . 

Huntingdon  

Roxham  

Vicars  


cts. 


1.01(1  14 
107  90 
37  58 

2  05 
4^!(  37 


Lachute . 


1,728  04 


23,698  43 
6,560  76 


30,259  19 


High  water. 


Dundee  

Joliette  

Marie  ville  

St.  Agnes  de  Dundee 

St.  J erome  

St.  Rejris  

Trout  River. . .  . 


New  Richmond. 


Grand  River. 


Beauceville  

Bradore  Bay  

Chicoutimi  

English  Bay  

Levis  

Magdalen  Islands. . 

Murray  Bay  

Pentecost  River  

Riviere  du  Loup  . . 

St.  Thomas  

Tadonsac   

Trois  Pistoles  

V  ictoiiaville  


895  06 
985  06 


1.880  12 


19,863,457  88 
1,586  86 
49,178  95 
16,542  13 
5,017  30 
15,852  52 
65  08 
114  53 


19,951,815  25 


8,220  57 
904  70 


9,125  27 


515  38 
745  90 


S  cts 
760  00 


760  00 


26  00 


26  00 


97,093  24 
572  00 


Total 

Revenues . 


cts, 


2,488  04 


30,259  19 


Remarks. 


P.  S.  from  March  1,1912. 


Outport  from  Jan.  1, 1912. 


1,906  12 


97,665  24  20,049,480  49 


9,125  27 


0  47 


1,261  28 


0  47 


1,470,212  73     1,128  05 
3,675  71 
151  27 
64,273  70 
1,543  84 
91,822  40 
495  19 
2,027  56 
Nil. 

94,908  S3 

99  77 

38  67 

74  95 
30,048  77 


Mutane 


Phillipsburg  .. , 


1,759,373  39 


1,128  ((5 


1,261  75 


1,760,501  44 


7,234  3b 
8  05 


50  00 


7,242  41 


7,751  70 
211  95 

7,963  65 


50  00 


7,292  41 


7,963  65 


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No.  13. — Statement  of  Customs  Revenue  Collected,  &c. — Quebec — Continued. 


Chief  Port. 


St.  Hyacinthe 


St.  Johns 


Sherbrooke . 


Sorel. 


Three  Rivers. 


Outports. 


Valleyfield  

Quebec,  totals. 


Drummondville  


Clarenceville  

Frelighsburg  

Granby  

Lacolle. ...   

Lacolle  Junction. . 
Noyan  J  unction . . . 


Richmond  

Thetford  Mines. 
Windsor  Mills .  . 


C4rand  Mere  

Nicolet  

shawinigan  Falls. 


Customs 
Duties. 


8  cts 

57,04!)  06 
2,584  32 


60,233  3S 


148,905  62 
574  51 
373  83 
68,897  02 
3,949  90 
42  72 
747  23 


223,490  83 


279,377  98 
13,837  7'! 
20,623  36 
7,065  87 


320,904  97 


51,373  17 


191,441  45 
18,235  27 
4,704  00 
146,989  41 


361,370  13 


90,307  77 


23,047,221  66 


Other  Total 
Revenues.  Revenues. 


8  cts, 


55  00 


55  00 


$  cts. 


60,233  38 


223,490  83 


320,959  97 


51,373  17 


361,370  13 


90,307  77 


100,451  61  23,147,673  27 


Remarks. 


Outport  from  Jan.  1, 1912. 


NEW  BRUNSWICK. 


Bathurst  

18,179  53 
197  76 
659  65 
106  94 

Canipbelton  

Shippegan 

19,143  88 

19,143  8H 

15,001  22 

1  50 

15,002  72 

Chatham  

14,536  24 
438  79 
455  32 

Dalhousie  

Buctouche  

15.430  35 

15,430  35 

1.290  S6 

1,290  86 

72  CUSTOMS  DEPARTMENT  i 

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Xo.  13. — Statement  of  Customs  Revenue  Collected,  &e. — New  Brunswick — Continued. 


Chief  Port. 

Outports. 

Customs 

1  h     '  ■ 

Other 

±  V"  >  1 11  utro. 

Total 

IICV  UlllCT. 

Remarks. 

Fredericton  

S  cts. 
56,728  24 

$  cts. 

8  cts. 
56,728  24 

Moncton  

Cooagne  

18,512  85 

225  25 

18,738  10 

75,204  32 
7  11 
0  36 
643  85 
8,959  27 
179  45 
1,204  15 

86,198  51 

86,198  51 

11,539  14 

11,539  14 

St.  John  

St.  Stephen  

New  Brunswick, 

Campobello   

Grand  Harbour   

Indian  Island  

North  Head  

Wilsons  Beach..  ... 

Back  Bay  

Beaver  Harbour  .... 
Lepreaux   

St.  Martins'  

Milltown  

Baie  Verte  

Centreville  

Clair  

De>>ec  

Edmunston .... 

Grand  Falls  

'Green  River  

St.  Basil  

Totals   

7,662  62 
329  34 

Nil 
79  37 
653  98 
661  14 
183  91 

9,570  36 

9,570  36 

1,432,823  61 
220  40 
1,772  37 
154  57 
1  95 
3,963  S3 
110  42 
13,187  42 

4,048  63 

1,452,234  57 

4,048  63  1,456,283  20 

43,707  68       197  00 
11,895  93 
68  48, 

 1  

55,672  09       197  00 

1 

55,869  09 

14,354  93 
426  09 

1 

14,781  02 

14,781  02 

18,469  99 
10,013  50 
1,19(1  97 
18,268  50 
2,987  53 
25,206  37 
2,113  24 
675  20 
4(1  49 

6,967  7< 

60  00 

•JS  (HI 

891  60 
75  00 

152  85 

85,933  49 

1,207  4r; 

87,140  94 

1,842,036  58 

5,679  83 

1,847,716  41 

TRADE  AND  X  AY  I  GAT  ION 


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No.  13. — Statement  of  Customs  Revenue  Collected,  &c. 

NOVA  SCOTIA. 


Customs 
Duties. 

Other 
Revenues. 

$  cts. 

93,061  22 
74  74 
6  30 
1,994  95 
363  86 
273  66 
4,012  01 
2  91 
534  85 

$    cts . 

100,324  50 

3,528  21 
3,142  95 
268  98 
16  03 

6  956  17 

5  835  02 
24  72 
34  23 

5,893  97 



134  19 

11  98 

12  52 
Nil. 

105  18 
41  43 

305  30 

2,244  76 
39  03 
2  55 

Nil. 
'8  57 
8  68 

2,303  59 

384  90 
480  28 
70  07 
144  00 

1,079  25 

7,138  87 

1,838  05 
183  72 
73  86 
5  59 
785  55 
7  85 
166  49 

3,061  11 

Chief  Port. 


Amherst. 


Annapolis  Royal . 


Antigonish. 


Arichat. 


Eaddeck. 


Harrington . 


Bridgewater . 
Canso   


Outports. 


Joggins'  Mines. 

North  port  

Oxford  

Pugwash  

River  Hebert.  . 

Springhil]  

Tidnish   

Wallace  


Bridgetown  . . 
Cl'ementsport. 
Port  Wade. . . 


Bayfield  

Harbour  au  Bouche, 


Descousse  

L' Ardoise  

Biver  Bourgeoise. 

St.  Peters  

West  Arichat ... 


Aspy  Bay  

Ingonish  

Ned's  Harbour  

New  Canipbellton. 
St.  Anns'  


Clark's  Harbour 
Port  Latour  . . . 
Woods  Harbour. 


Guysboro' 
Isaac's  Harbour. 

Liscombe   

Port  Mulgrave .  . 

Queensport  

Sherbrooke  


Total 
Revenues. 


S  cts. 


100,324  50 


6,956  17 


5,893  97 


305  30 


2,303  59 


1,079  25 


7,138  87 


Remarks. 


Outport  from  Jan.  1,  1912". 


3,061  11 


74  CUSTOMS  DEPARTMENT 

No.  13.— Statement  of  Customs  Revenue  Collected,  &c. 


i 

3  GEORGE  V.,  A.  1913 

, — Nova  Scotia — Continued. 


Chief  Port. 


Digby . 


Glace  Bay . 
Halifax.  .. 

Kentville. . 


Liverpool. 


Lockeport . . 
Lunenburg . 


Middleton . 


New  Glasgow. 


North  Sydney. 


Outport. 


Bear  River. . 
Freeport 
Sandy  Cove. 
Westport  . . 


Sheet  Harbour. 


Aylesford  Station. 

Berwick  , 

Canning  

Kin^sport  

Port  Williams  ... 
YVolfville  


Port  Med  way. 


Chester  

La have  

Mahone  Bay . 


Margarets  ville.. 
Port  Geoige. .  . 


Merigomish . 


Grand  Narrows. 
Little  Bras  d'Or 
Sydney  Mines  . 


Customs 
Revenue. 


Other 
Revenue. 


Total 
Revenue. 


$  cts. 

8,220  82 
1,604  27 
358  43 
330  25 
569  64 


11,083  41 


46.544  IS 


$  cts. 


$  cts. 


3,979  00 


2,117,029  25 
78  74 


2,117,107  !-9 


16,226  80 
451  29 
421  39 
599  13 
1,857  80 
1,944  33 
1,367  53 


502  00 


11,083  41 


46,583  97 


502  00  2,117.609  99 


22,868  27 

22,868  27 

4,910  80 
121  09 

500  00 

1       5,031  89 

500  00 

5,531  89 

1,431  81 

1.431  81 

8,586  49 
1,510  26 
593  02 
930  70 

17  01 

11,620  47 

17  01 

11,637  48 

5,951  07 
151  18 
91  54 

6,193  79 

6,193  79 

135,558  16 
50  87 

135,609  03 

135,609  03 

93,860  27 
47  70 
41  38 

15,080  18 

227  00 

109,032  53 

227  00 

109,259  53 

Remarks. 


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No.  13.— Statement  of  Customs  Eevenue  Collected,  &c. — Nova  Scotia — Continued. 


Chief  Port. 


Outport. 


Parrsboro' . 


Pictou . 


Port  Hawkesbury. 


Port  Hood . 


Shelburne. 


Advocate  Harbour. 

Apple  River  

Five  Islands  

Port  Greville  


River  John. . . . 
Tatamagouche 


Marble  Mountain 
Orangedale.  .  .  . 
Port  Hastings  . . . 

West  Bay  

Whycocomagh . . . 


Cheticamp. 
Inverness.. 
Mabou .  . . 
Margaree . . 


Sydney 


Truro . 


Tordan  Bay   

North  East  Harbor. 

Port  Clyde  

Sand  Point  


Gaberouse  Bay. 
Louisburg 
Main-a-Dieu. . . 
Port  Morien  . . . 


1'ass  River  

Ei  ononiy . 
Little  Bass  Rivpr 
Londonderry  .... 


Weymouth 


B:ir'on  ; 

Helliveau'a  O  >ve 
C'hur.  h  Point . 
Meteghan  


Customs  Other 
Revenue.  Revenue. 


$  cts. 


334  35 
9  80 
12  76 
14  52 
6  74 


$  cts. 


378  6; 


10,859  89 
202  74 
133  74 


11,196  37 


814  41 

9  70 
397  48 
70  25 
86  25 
32  II 


1,440  20 


373  31 
476  62 
3,052  71 
226  29 
45  28 


4,174  21 


1,271  19 
1  00 
132  00 
109  O0 

Nil. 


1,513  19 


307,953  55 

3  73 
913  10 

4  72 
180  69 


309,055  79. 


72,178  42 
11  59 
14  79 
2  60 
7.876  83 


100  00 


100  00 


80,084  23 


1,085  5:< 

141  -! 

4  4  5fi 

231  46, 

875 »;;  | 

 r 

2,379  (Hi 


19  01 


19  01 


Total 
Revenue. 


Remarks. 


$  cts. 


378  67 


11,296  37 


1,440  20 


4,174  21 


1,513  19 


309,074  80 


80,084  23 


2,379  0(i 


76  CUSTOMS  DEPAETMEXT  1 

3  GEORGE  V.,  A.  1913 

No.  13. — Statement  of  Customs  Kevenue  Collected,  &c. — Xova  Scotia — Concluded. 


Chief  Port. 


Wind*  <v . 


Yarmouth , 


Outports. 


Cheverie. . 
Han'sport . 
Maitland  . 
Walton  . . . 


Nova  Scotia 


Lower  East  Pubnico. 

Salmon  River  

Tusket  

Wedgeport  


totals 


Customs 
Duties. 


Other 
Revenues. 


5  cts. 

7,880  02 
6  26 
338  84 
166  89 
12  52 


8,404  53 


61,855  % 
196  33 
92  87 
298  19 
7  45 


62,450  80 


cts. 


Total 
Revenues. 


$  cts. 


8,404  53 


62  501 


62  50|     62,513  30 


3,<i74,6G3  18-    1,467  31  3,076,130  49 


Remarks. 


MANITOBA. 


330,703  69 
3,421  81 
1,969  89 
4,134  73 
2,859  18 
6,271  17 
81  03 
183  48 
24,118  86 

1,400  00 
90  50 

Killarney   

373,743  84 

1,490  50     375,234  34 

73,34f  64 

I            "  " 
6,339  87:      79,686  51 

45,016  03 
2,355  96 

Haskett  

Birtle  

Gladstone  

47,371  99 

175,317  83 
371  66 
44,831  38 
69  81 
1,685  84 
9,556  01 

47,371  99 

231,832  53 

231,832  53 

8,023,309  50 
3,253  48 
97  67 
16,108  14 
3,974  29 
71  43 
3,620  08 
366  01 
1,924  58 
2,823  67 

21,410  99 
72  45 

Manitoba  totals. 

Crystal  City. .  .  ... 

Manitou  

Mi  irden  .   

Pilot  Mound  

Selkirk  

Snowflake   

York  Factory  .... 

8,055,548  85 

21,483,44 

8,077,032  29 

8,781,843  85 

29,313  81 

8,811,157  <■'<'. 

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No.  13. — Statement  of  Customs  Revenue  Collected,  &c. 
BRITISH  COLUMBIA. 


77 


Chief  Port. 


Cranbrook . 


Fernie . 


Grand  Forks. 


Greenwood . 


Xanainio. 


Nelson . 


New  Westminster. 


Outports. 


Creston .... 
Fort  Steele. 
Kinsgate. . . 
Rykerts  


Gateway . 
Michel . . 


Carson  

Cascade  City. 
Phoenix.  . .  . 


Bridesville. 
Hedley .... 
Keremeos. . 
Midway. . . 
Myncaster 
Osoyoos  


Alberni  

Chemainus. . . 
Courtney .... 
Cumberland  . 
Ladysmith . . . 
Port  Alberni. 
LTnion  Bay . . , 


Kaslo . . . 
Waneta . 


Alder  Grove . . 
Chilliwack 

Douglas  

Huntingdon . . 

Ladner  

Peardonville. . 
Steveston 
Upper  Sumas . 
White  Rock.. 


Customs 
Duties. 


i  cts. 

59,962  56 
68  53 
147  13 
24,970  46 
1,807  88 


Other 
Revenues. 


$  cts. 


86,956  56 


45,590  97 
14,362  65 
11,134  12 


71,087  74 


26,038  86 
1.212  96 
908  36 
9,931  11 


38,091  29 


9,850  95 
2,329  37 
101  64 
48,983  72 
14,026  52 
3,420  85 
4,054  98 


82,768  03 


15  85 
43  75 


59  60 


12  85 


0  50 
34  10 


47  45 


85,74*  66 
267  43 

11,087  63 
494  50 
442  45 

15.455  93 
1,280  89 

22,860  98 


531  43 


137,638  47 


125,878  99 
2,484  69 
13,254  55 


141,618  23 


1  50 


532  93 


10  00 


10  00 


253,914  45 
3,709  67 
1,072  14 
5,929  33 
126,936  24 
1,549  53 
595  72 
6,913  13 
808  24 
87,953  11 


489,381  56 


142  67 
282  34 


579  00 


5,032  80 


Total 
Revenues. 


$  cts. 


6,036  81 


86,956  56 


71,087  74 


38,150  89 


82,815  48 


138.171  40 


141,628  23 


495,418  37 


Remarks. 


Opened  Oct.  1,  1911 


Closed  June  30,  1911. 


Closed  Oct.  1,  1911. 


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No.  13. — Statement  of  Customs  Revenue  Collected,  &c. — British  Columbia — Concluded. 


Chief  Port. 


Prince  Rupert. 


Revelstoke. 


Rossland . 


Vancouver. 


Victoria. 


British  Columbia 
totals  


Outports. 


Hazelton  

Masset  Inlet  

Mettakatta  

Port  Essington  . . 
Port  Simpson 

Stewart  

Stickeen  

Telegraph  Creek. 


Paterson . 
Tntil  


Alert  Bay 
Bella  Cola  . 
Powell  River. 


Bamfield  

Clayoquot  

Duncans  

Esquimalt  

Ganges  

Port  Renfrew  

Quatsino  

Salt  Spring  Island. 
Sidney  


Customs 
Duties. 


S  cts. 

108,234  00 
2N7  In 
GO  03 


Other 

Revenues. 


Total 
Revenues. 


22  45 
511  01 
1,378  44 
1,436  23 
7  12 


111,936  38 


40.538 

522 

43,461 

Barkerville  

173 

Clinton  

225 

406 

Golden  

21,31)8 

KamJoops  

33,937 

Kelowna  

4,499 

Lillioet  

94 

437 

716 

Quesnel  

405 

Soda  Creek  

80 

Summerland  

860 

Vernon  

60,227 

150  Mile  House  

358 

86 
22 
57 
86 
04 
40 
89 
67 
(17 
21 
77 
19 
46 
00 
44 
59 
13 


208,343  3; 


25,448  06 
891  44 
12,450  36 


38,789  86 


7,203,201  91 
60  15 
93  30 
17,967  94 


7,221,323  30 


Remarks 


$  cts. 
49  96 


49  96 


2  25 


671  85 


674  10 

209,017  47 



38,789  86 

450,157  54 

450,157  54 

7,671,480  84 

s  cts. 


Open  for  July  only. 


111,986  34 


From  June  1,  1911. 


1,977,683  61  1,555,603  87 
124  26] 
39  06 1 
3,175  50 
0  50 
644  60 
1,517  57 
53  22 
Nil. 

1,655  45 


1,984,893  77  1,555,603  87 


,  10,612,828  56 


2,0J3,172  20 


3,540,497  64 


12,626,000  82 


Closed  .Tune  30,  1911. 


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SESSIONAL  PAPER  No.  11 

No.  13. — Statement  of  Customs  Keveniue  Collected,  &c. —  Continued. 

PRINCE  EDWARD  ISLAND. 


Chief  Port. 

Outports. 

Customs 
Duties. 

Other 
Revenues . 

Total 
Revenues. 

Remarks. 

P.  Edward  Island. . . 

Grand  River  

Montague  Bridge  

Murray  Harbour.  . . . 

Rustico  

St.  Peters  

Vernon  River  Bridge 
• 

Port  Hill  

Tignish  

Totals  

$  cts. 

104,892  88 
371  14 
130  38 
220  43 
2  51 
385  94 
277  74 
27  27 
10  46 
322  01 
2,474  88 
34  01 

$  cts. 
122  35 

11  50 

$  cts. 

109,149  65 

133  85 

109,283  50 

16,897  99 
905  27 
6  95 
11  26 
3,633  31 

21,454  78 

21,454  78 

130,604  43 

133  85 

130.738  28 

ALBERTA. 

Calgary  

Banff,  P.O  

Banff,  P.S  

Claresholm  

Medicine  Hat  

Red  Deer  

Grouard  .   

Peace  River  Crossing 

Strathcona  

Vermilion  

Wostok  

1,707,751  10 
286  49 
11  00 
267  14 
123,698  88 
676  61 
Nil. 

11,732  20 

1,832,691  22 

11,732  20 

1,844,423  42 

813,836  96 
84  53 
Nil. 

30  63 
21,288  91 
10,802  36 
6  91 

568  25 

846,050  30 

568  25 

846,618  55 

Cardston  

Macleo  j  

Pendant  d'Oreille.  . . 

Pincher  Creek   

Twin  Lakes  

Wild  Horse  

Totals  

311,172  71 
4.4-3  67 
48,273  13 
28,967  77 
42,116  45 
10,500  54 
544  92 
12,606  90 
49  25 

2,919  16 
1,090  00 

265  25 

458,715  34 

4,274  41 

462,989  75 

3,137,456  86 

16,574  86 

3,154,031  72 

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No.  13. — Statement  of  Customs  Revenue  Collected,  &e. — Continued. 

SASKATCHEWAN. 


Chief  Port. 

Outi>orti». 

Customs 
Duties. 

Other 
Revenues. 

Total 
Revenues. 

Remarks. 

North  Portal  

.Saskatchewan. 

Big  Muddy  

Maple  Creek  

Swift  Current  

Weyburn  

Willow  Creek  

Wood  Mountain .... 

Estevan   

Broadview  

Grenfell  

Indian  Head  

i  111  '  A  »1T"**}1  1  . 

South  Qu'Appelle. . . 
Wapelle  

Wolselev  

Humboldt  

Llovdminster  

North  Battleford  

Prince  Albert  

$  cts. 

275,577  48 
2,320  55 
30,2ol  26 
39,750  52 

141,248  88 
21,467  41 
19,874  51 

$  cts. 
2,150  00 
10  00 
1,372  00 

$  cts. 

from  Sept.  1,  1911. 

530,490  61 

3,532  00 

534,022  61 

290,877  13 
156  07 
10,441  68 

10,542  55 
183  35 

801,45  4  88 

10,725  90 

312,200  78 

841,354  51 
124  92 
151  33 
188  93 
439  66 
158  82 
196  92 
232  79 

56  85 

57  24 
263  98 

1,755  76 

843,225  95 

1,755  76 

844.981  71 

'    558,927  72 
15,152  46 
64  68 
65,127  47 
65,54"  21 
1,826  21 
70,222  25 

528  00 
169  00 

Totals  

776,861  00 

697  00 

777,558  00 

2,452,052  44   16,710  66 

2,468,763  10 

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SESSIONAL  PAPER  No.  11 

No.  13. — Statement  of  Customs  Revenue  Collected,  ifec. — Concluded. 

YUKON. 


81 


Chief  Port. 

Outport. 

Revenue. 

\j  tiler 
Revenue. 

local 
Revenues. 

$  cts. 

136,509  05 
1,103  77 
836  29 
128  29 

S  cts. 

$  cts. 

Forty  Mile  

138,577  40 

138,577  40 

13,427  34 
410  03 

9.798  08 
1,125  57 



Atlin  

Carcross    

White  Pass  

Totals  

24,761  02 

24,761  02 

163,338  42 
27,500  56 
179  10 

163,338  42 
27,500  56 
179  10 

British    Post  Office 

North  East  Territor- 

Remarks. 


RECAPITULATION. 


Province. 


Ontario  

Quebec  

New  Brunswick  

Nova  Scotia  

Manitoba  

British  Columbia  

Prince  Edward  Island  

Alberta  

Saskatchewan  

Yukon  

British  Post  Office  Parcels  

North  East  Territories   

Grand  totals 


Customs 
Revenue . 


Other  Revenues. |Total  Revenues. 


34,326,700  76  48,972  77 

23,047,221  66  100,451  61 

1,842,036  58;  5,679  83 

3,074,663  18  1,467  31 

8,781,843  85:  29,313  81 

10,612,828  56        2,013,172  26 
130,604  43  133  85 

3,137,456  86  16,574  86 

2,452,052  44!  16,710  66 

163,338  42i  

27,500  56   

179  10i  


87,596,426  40:        2,232,476  96 


34,375,673  53 
23,147,673  27 
1,847,716  41 
3,076,130  49 
8,811,157  66 
12,626,000  82 
130,738  28 
3,154,031  72 
2,468,763  10 
163,338  42 
27,500  56 
179  10 


89,828,903  36 


11-i— 6 


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No.  14. — Summary  Statement  of  Foreign  Merchandise  Imported  in  o  Canada; 

and  Treaty  Tariffs;  the  Duty  Collected  by  Articles  under  each 
Consumption  and  Amount  of  Duty  Collected 


6 
7 
> 

9 
10 
11 


12 


Total  Imports. 


Articles. 


Quantity 


Value. 


General  Tariff. 


Dutiable  Goods. 

Ale  and  porter  in  bottles  Galls 

Ale  and  porter  in  casks   " 

Lager  and  other  beer  in  bottles   " 

Lager  and  other  beer  in  casks   " 


406,964 
11,238 
817,952| 
222,974 


359,025 
4,894! 
520,218 
55,505 


431,200 
11,527 
804,081 
212,939 


Ginger  ale. 


Animals,  living,  viz.:- 
Hogs  


Horses  over  one  year  old  valued  at  $50 

or  less  per  head  

Horses,  n.o.p  

Sheep  


I 

1,459,128 

Lbs. 

2,918 

No. 

2,976 

u 

335 

u 

20,026 

192,530 

s 

939,642  1,459,747 


34,493 


310 
61,829 

14,293 
1,806,175 
578,055 
250,294 


2,918 
2,976 

317j 
19,918! 
192,530 


Total,  Animals     2,710,956 


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

13  Bagatelle  and  other  game  tables  or 

boards   No. 

14  Bags  which  contained  cement,  &c   $ 


Baking  powder   Lbs. 

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

Baskets  of  all  kinds,  n.o.p   S 

Baths,  bath-tubs,  basins,  closets,  lava- 
tories. urin:il>.  sinks  and  laundry-tubs 

of  any  material   $ 

Belting  of  all  kinds  except  rubber  and 

leather   $ 

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

Bells  and  gongs,  n.o.p   $ 

22  Billiard  tables   No. 

23  Blacking,  shoe  and  shoemakers'  ink, 
shoe,  harness  and  leather  dressing 
n.o.p   $ 

Blinds  of  wood,  metal  or  other  material, 

not  textile  or  paper   S 

Blueing,  laundry  blueing   $ 

Boats,  open,  pleasure,  sail  boats,  skiffs 
and  canoes   No 


15 
16 

17 
18 


19 

20 
.'I 


24 

25 
26 


1,644 
540,120 


2,750 


154,664 

6,714 
180,967 
153,498 

25,701 
110,579 


751 
53i,645 


846, 


305,526 

353,073 
145,482 
44,524 
130,951 


105,782 

4,293 
43,853 

39,946 


2,499 


809 


Value. 

Duty. 

S  cts. 

383  ^7(4 
4,966 
511,257 
51,901 

too  w 

1,844  32 
192,979  44 
34,070  24 

951.403 

332,382  00 

2,768 

484  43 

310 
61,829 

43  79 
15,457  25 

13,559 
1,779,531 

Oi  O .  \JOO 

249, 158 

3,962  50 
444,882  75 

14.1  t11  "7\ 

62,289  50 

2,682,442 

671.149  54 

97,518 

19,503  60 

5,408 
176,279 
151,924 

1,892  80 
35,255  80 
31,898  70 

21,954 
76,077 

7,683  90 
22,823  10 

220,844 

77,295  40 

120,841 
77,823 
40,926 
72,750 

33,231  75 
27,238  05 
12,277  80 
25,462  50 

83,651 

23,005  02 

4,237 
4,007 

1,271  10 
901  65 

36,532 

9,133  00 

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SESSIONAL  PAPER  No.  11 


Quantity  and  value  entered  for  Consumption  under  the  General,  Preferential 
Tariff,  the  Total  Quantity  and  Value  of  each  Article  entered  for 
thereon  during  the  Fiscal  Year  ended  March  31,  1912. 


Entered  for  Home  Consumption. 

1 
2 
3 
4 

Preferential  Tariff. 

Treaty  Rates. 

Total. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity 

Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity 

Value. 

Duty 
Collected. 

$ 

$  cts. 

$ 

$  cts. 

431,200 
11,527 
804,081 
212,939 

$ 

383,279 
4,966 
511,257 
51,901 

$  cts. 

103,488  00 
1,844  32 
192,979  44 
34,070  24 

1,459,747 

951,403 

332,382  00 

27,545 

4,131  75 

30,313 

4,616  18 

5 

2,918 
2,976 

332 
19,938 
192,530 

310 
61,829 

14, 143 
1,783,850 
578,055 
249.989 

43  79 
15,457  25 

4,112  50 
445,530  60 
144,513  75 
62.414  15 

6 
7 

8 
9 

10 
11 

12 
13 

15 
20 

584 
4,319 

150  00 
647  85 

831 

124  65 

i 

5,734 

922  50 

2,688,176 

672,072  04 

56,926 

1,306 
4,688 
801 

3,747 
16,774 

80,094 

235,323 
67,520 
2,829 
58,201 

22,009 
56 

39,555 
3,399 

7,116  11 

293  86 
703  20 
255  76 

843  17 
3,354  80 

16,018  80 

47,064  60 
15,192  78 
565  80 
13,095  39 

3,301  35 

11  20 

5,933  25 

509  85 

82 

14  35 

154,526 

6,714 
180,967 
152,725 

25,701 
110,487 

300,938 

356, 164 
145,383 
44,208 
130,951 

105,660 

4,293 
43,562 

39,931 

26,634  06 
2.186  66 

893 

1,644 

35,959  00  14 
32,154  46  15 

8.527  07  16 

6,394 

538,039 

17,636 

4,849  91 

31,027  81 

93,314  20 

80,296  35 
42,442  83 
12,968  18 
38,557  89 

26,306  37 

1,282  30 
6,834  90 

9,642  85 

1? 

11 

19 
20 
21 
22 

23 

24 
25 

26 

. 

40 
453 

12  00 
124  58 

| 

251 

2,750 

37 

846 

11—  i— 6* 


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3  GEORGE  V.,  A.  1913 
No.  14. — Summary  Statement  of  Foreign  Merchandise 


Total  Imports. 


Articles. 


Quantity 


Dutiable  Goods — Con. 


1  Books,  printed,  periodicals  and  pamph- 
lets, or  parts  thereof,  n.o.p   S 

Books — Novels  or  works  of  fiction,  or 
literature  of  a  similar  character,  un- 
bound or  paper  bound,  or  in  sheets,  not 
including  Christmas  annuals  or  publi- 
cations commonly  known  as  juvenile 

or  toy  books    $ 

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

Canada   $ 

Bank  notes,  bonds,  bills  of  exchange, 
cheques,  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.o.p   $ 

Posters,  advertising  bills  and  folders....  Lbs. 
6  Labels  for  cigar  boxes,  fruits,  vegetables, 
meats,  fish,  confectionery  and  other 
goods  and  wares:  also  shipping,  price 
or  other  tags,  tickets  or  labels:  and 
railroad  or  other  tickets  whether  lith- 
ographed or  printed  or  partly  printed, 

n.o.p   $ 

Maps  and  charts,  n.o.p   $ 

S  Newspapers  or  supplemental  editions  or 
parts  thereof  partly  printed  and  intend- 
ed to  be  completed  and  published  in 

Canada   S 

^Advertising  pamphlets,  advertising  show 
cards,  illustrated  advertising  periodi- 
cals, price  books,  catalogues  and  price 
lists,  advertising  calendars  and  alman- 
acs; patent  medicine  or  other  advertis- 
ing circulars,  fly  sheets  or  pamphlets.  Lbs. 
SO  Advertising  chromos,  chromotypes, 
oleographs  or  like  work  produced  by 
any  process  other  than  hand  painting 
or  drawing,  and  having  any  advertise- 
ment or  advertising  matter  printed, 
lithographed  or  stamped  thereon,  or 
attached  thereto,  or  other  similar 
artistic  work,  lithographed,  printed  or 
stamped  on  paper  or  cardboard,  for 
business  or  advertising  purposes,  n.o.p.  Lbs. 

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

12  Photographs,  chromos,  chromotypes, 
artotypes,  oleographs,  paintings,  draw- 
ings, pictures,  engravings,  or  prints, 
decalcomania  transfers  of  all  kinds,  or 
proofs  therefrom  and  similar  works  of 
art,  n.o.p.;  blue  prints  and  buildings 
plans   $ 


129,601 


Value. 


1,848,833 


95,190 


17,764 


General  Tariff. 


Quantity  Value 


Duty. 


233,921  % 


31,715      114,686  28,888 


249,162 
25,629 


59 


1,213,209 


57,666 


17,174 


190.658 


228,467 
20,712 


59 


%  cts. 


121,320  90 


14,416  50 


4,293  50 


66,730  30 
17,202  90 


1,803,142      506,023  1,548,569  450.047 


38,510       20,150  32,421 
288,906 


Total,  books,  etc. 


1,001  273 


18,624 
249,513 


79,963  45 
4,660  75 


14  75 


232,285  35 


4,863  15 
24,951  30 


749,182     168,568  57 


4,318,625    3,224,199    739,271  42 


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SESSIONAL  PAPER  No.  11 
Imported  into  Canada,  &c. 


TRADE  AND  NAVIGATION  85 
— Continued. 


Entered  for  Home  Conscmption. 


Preferential  Tariff. 


Quantity.!  Value. 


Duty. 


549,242 


28,503 


590 


$  cts. 


27,462  10 


4,275  45 


88  50 


38,487  8,659  88 
2,705       1,432  40 


20,300 
4,817 


Treaty  Rates. 


Total. 


Quantity 


4,567  70 
722  55 


56,508 


1,534 
38,643 


221,667 


962,996 


25,857  50 


610  80 
1,932  15 


33,250  05 


108,859  08 


Value. 


Duty.  Quantity 


83,786 


9,020 


$  cts. 


4,189  30 


1,353  00 


129,010 


™-  Coined. 


S  S  cts. 


1,846,237  152,972  30 


95, 189 


17,764 


229,145 
31,593 


20,044  95 


4,382  00 


1,807,144 


92,806       5,542  30 


38,529 


75,390  18 
18,635  30 


248,767 
25,529 


59 


506  555 


20, 158 
288,156 


970  849 


4,280,001 


84,531  15 
5,383  30 


14  75 


258,142  85 


5,473  95 
26,883  45 


201,818  62 


853,672  80 


10 
11 


12 


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3  GEORGE  V.,  A.  1913 

No.  14. — Summary  Statement  of  Foreign  Merchandise 


Articles. 


Total  Imports. 


Quantity. 


Value. 


1 

2 
3 

4 

5 

6 

7 
> 
9 

i.o 


II 
12 
13 
14 
1.') 
16 
17 
18 


Dutiable  Goods — Con. 

Boot,  shoe,  shirt  and  stay  laces  of  any 
material   S 

Boots,  shoes,  slippers  and  insoles  of  all 
kinds,  except  rubber  and  leather   S 

Braces  or  suspenders  and  finished  parts 
of   I 


196,392 
136,818 
62,862 


Brass  and  manufactures  of — 

Brass  strips,  sheets  or  plates,  not 
polished,  planished  or  coated   $ 

Brass  in  bars  and  rods,  in  coils  or  other- 
wise, not  less  than  6  feet  in  length..  $ 

Nails,  tacks,  rivets  and  burrs  or 
washers  

Pumps  

Wire,  plain  

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

Manufactures  of,  n.o.p  

Total,  brass  


S 


Lbs.  255,746 


BreadstufTs,  &c,  viz. — 

Arrowroot   Lbs. 

Biscuits,  not  sweetened  

Biscuits,  sweetened  

Macaroni  and  vermicelli  

Rice,  cleaned  

Rice  and  sago  flour  

Sago  and  tapioca  

Tapioca  flour  


1, 
6, 
13. 

3, 


89,026 
842,817 
395,320 
852,701 
200,390 
695,607 
376,768 
746,840 


8,790 

12,335 

7,543 
22,819 
38,147 

70,600 
1,690,056 


4 
61 

180 
307 
327 

20 
128 

21 


,338 
,455 
,864 
,951 
,269 
,447 
,459 
,925 


Total,  breadstuffs  i  1,052,708 


19 
20 

21 
22 
23 
24 
25 
26 
27 


28 
29 
30 
31 
32 
33 
34 

35 


Grain  and  products  of,  viz. — 

Barley,  n.o.p  Bush. 

Barley,  pot,  pearl,  rolled,  roasted  or 

ground   Lbs. 

Beans,  n.o.p  Bush. 

Buckwheat  

Indian  corn  for  purposes  of  distillation 

Oats  

Peas,  n.o.p  

Rye  

Wheat  


8,099 

307, 277 , 
73,109 
1,249| 
4,172,538! 
695,718 
31,155, 
14,943 
2,808,385 


6,217 

19,599 
153,992 
1,141 
2,918,494 
366, 193 
106,247 
12,072 
2,837,706 


General  Tariff. 


Quantity 


212,114 


3.S71 
251,465 
290, 183 
042,409 
874,279 
304,172 
362,583 
576, 91S 


7,939 

18,770 
67,392 
1,249 

819,115 
77,732 
27,939 
14,847 

121.758 


Total,  grain     6,421,661 


Bran,  mill  feed,  &c   $ 

Buckwheat  meal  or  flour  Cwt. 

Indian  or  corn  meal  Brls. 

Oat  meal  and  rolled  oats   Lbs. 

Rye  flour  Brls. 

Wheat  flour  Brls. 

Hominy,  cracked,  evaporated  or  dried 

corn   $ 

Cereal  foods  prepared,  n.o.p   $ 


1,874 
41,899 
21,185 

4,442 
47,068 


38,505 
6,807 
124,9211 
1 , 0.36 
17,719 
198,808! 

6,012 
72,267 


1,874 
41,924 
10,071 

4,442 
47,211 


Value. 

Duty. 

$  eta. 

26, 158 

7,847  40 

41,854 

12,556  20 

46,150 

16, 152  50 

6,716 

671  60 

11,020 

1 , 102  00 

7,001 
22,076 
31.556 

2,100  30 
6,622  80 
3,944  90 

27,050 
1,449,933 

6,762  50 
434,979  90 

1,555,352 

456, 184  00 

296 
23,299 
35,364 
92,083 
162,533 
6,261 
15,928 
17,241 

51  84 
5,824  75 
9,725  71 
25,530  35 
51.557  08 
3.041  72 
4,380  20 
5,769  18 

353,005 

105,880  83 

6,067 

1,190  85 

1,187 
145,867 
1,141 
565,697 
41,491 
93,954 
11,804 
103,968 

356  10 
16,848  00 
187  35 
61,433  78 
7,773  20 
4, 190  85 
1,484  70 
14,610  96 

971,176; 

108.075  79 

33,196 
6,807 
125,030 
548 
17,719 
199,677 

5,809  50 
937  00 
10,481  00 
60  40 
2,221  00 
28,326  60 

6,012 
61,839! 

1,052  16 
12,367  80 

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Inported  into  Canada,  &c. 


TRADE  AND  NAVIGATION'  87 
— Continued. 


Entered  for  Home  Consumption. 


Preferential  Tariff. 

Treaty  Rates.. 

Total. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity 

Value. 

Duty  . 

Quantity 

Value. 

Duty 
Collected. 

$ 

69,059 
77,237 
8,340 

$  cts. 

13,811  80 
15,447  40 
1,876  69 

$ 

102,099 
16,455 

8.537 

8  cts. 

28,077  37 
4,525  11 
2.561  10 

$ 

197,316 
135,546 
63,027 

$  cts. 

49,736  57 
32,528  71 
20,590  29 

2,074 

1,315 

542 
733 
6,591 

39,435 
192,662 

103  70 

65  75 

108  40 
146  60 
494  42 

6,901  17 
38,532  40 

8,790 

12,335 

7,543 
22,809 
38,147 

70,600 
1,678,757 

775  30 

1,167  75 

2,208  70 
6,769  40 
4,439  32 

14,589  56 
483,457  13 

43,632 

255,746 

4,115 
36,162 

925  89 
9,944  83 

243,3521     46,352  44 

40,277      10,870  72 

1,838,981 

513,407  16 

86,850 
577,776 
1,085,284 
1,540 
6,205,279 
391,435 
3,010,100 
169,922 

4,006 
37,289 
144,022 
89 

160,733 
14,186 
106,417 
4,684 

600  90 
5,593  35 
25,204  .31 
11  55 
31,026  39 
2,935  75 
18,623  14 
1,274  42 

90,721 
829,241 
1,375,467 
6,257,035 
13,079,558 
695,607 
3,372,683 
746,840 

4,302 
60, 588 
179,386 
292, 106 
323,266 
20,447 
122,345 
21,925 

652  74 
11,418  1Q 
34,930  02 
67,673  26 
82,583  47 

5,977  47 
23,003  34 

7,043  60 

4,213,086 

199,934 

42,131  36 



471,426 

85,269  81 

199,934 

42,131  36 

1,024,365 

233,282  00 

160 

284,763 
4,931 

150 

18,726 
7,013 

16  00 

3,745  20 
739  65 

8,099 

303,533 
72,323 
1,249 

819,115 
83,245 
31,405 
14,943 

121,841 

6,217 

19,913 
152,880 
1,141 
565,697 

45,066 
107,393 

12,072 
104,051 

1,206  85 

4,101  30 
17.587  65 
187  35 
61,433  78 
8,159  11 
4,537  45 
1,491  42 
14,617  60 

5,513 
3,466 
96 
83 

3,575          385  91 
13.439           346  60 

268 
83 

6  72 
6  64 



299,012 

43,254 

5,246  72 

1,014,430 

113,322  51 

5,271 

790  65 

38,467 
6,807 
125,030 
1,066: 
17,719 
199,707 

6,012 
72,246 

6,600  15 
937  00 
10,481  00 
106  65 

1,874 
41,924 
21,635 

4,442' 
47,217] 

11,564 

518 

46  25 

2,221  00 
28,329  00 

1,052  16 
13,928  85 

6j 

30 

2  40 

10,407 

i,561  05 

1 

2 
I 

4 

5 

6 
7 
8 

9 
L0 


11 
12 

13 
14 
15 
L6 
17 
18 


19 

20 
21 

22 
23 
24 
25 
26 
27 


2s 
29 
30 
31 


34 
35 


1 

2 
3 

4 

5 
6 
7 
8 

9 

10 

11 

12 

13' 
14 

15 

16 
17 

18 

19 

20 
21 
22 

23 

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3  GEORGE  V..  A.  1913 

Xo.  14. — Summary  Statement  of  Foreign  Merchandise 


Articles. 


Total  Imports. 


Quantity  Value. 


General  Tariff. 


Quantity  Value. 


Duty. 


Dutiable  Goods — Con. 

Grain  and  products  of — Con. 

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

All  other  breadstuffs,  n.o.p  

Grain,  flour  and  meal,  &c,  of  all 
kinds  when  damaged  by  water  in 
transit  or  prior  to  importation  into 
Canada  


Lbs. 


3,290,631 


177,226  3,135,837 
80,857  


571 


158,649 
65, 133 


571 


$  cts. 


39,662  25 
11,399  05 


142  75 


Total,  grain  products. 


724,729 


675,181     112,459  51 


Bricks  and  tiles.    See  Earthenware. 

Bath  brick   $ 

Building  brick   M. 

Paving  brick   M. 

Drain  tiles,  not  glazed   S 

Drain  pipes,  sewer  pipes  and  earthen- 
ware    fittings  therefor,  chimney 
linings  or  vents,  chimney  tops  and 
inverted  blocks,  glazed  or  unglazed.  S 
Manufactures  of  clay,  n.o.p   S 


Total,  bricks,  &c. 


British  gum,    dry  sizing   cream  and 

enamel  sizing   Lbs. 

Brooms  and  whisks   $ 

Brushes  of  all  kinds   $ 


Buttons,  shoe,  n.o.p  Gross 

Buttons,  all  kinds,  covered  or  not,  n.o.p. 
including   recognition   buttons,  and 

collar  and  cuff  buttons   $ 

Button  blanks  of  animal  shell,  in  the 
rough   $ 


Total,  buttons. 


Candles — 

Paraffine  wax  Lbs. 

All  other,  n.o.p   " 


Total,  candles. 


Cane,  reed  or  rattan,  not  further  manu- 
factured than  split,  n.o.p   $ 

Carriages  and  vehicles — 

Buggies,  carriages,  pleasure  carts  and 

vehicles,  n.o.p   No. 

Cutters   " 

Farm  wagons   " 

Freight  wagons  and  drays   " 

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

Complete  parts  of  buggies,  carriages 
and  vehicles,  n.o.p.,  including 
parts  of  cutters,  children's  car- 
riages and  sleds,  n.o.p   $ 


51,073 
11,538 


2,899 
465,997 
165,650 

5,778 


406,482 
555,226 


48,764 
5,016 


542,  147  97 

438,807  98,732  22 

78,275  17,612  08 

4,949  !  989  80 


351,518  123,031  30 
399,907      89.980  07 


1,602,032   I  1.273.99S    330,493  44 


1,360,657 


15,538 


47,938 
11,219 
539,927 


850,268 


32,849       3,284  90 
9,582       1,916  40 
295,470      81,256  12 


3,343  15,538 


554,444 
20,525 


3,343 


835  75 


378,458]  132,460  30 
20,525       2,052  50 


578,312 


402,326    135,348  55 


306,236  36,952  216,686  ;  30,138 
457,638       53,812      293,232  40,979 


7,534  50 
10,244  75 


763,874 


90,764      509,918       71,117      17,779  25 


55,621 


1,558 
18 

11,540 
1,830 


105,271 
617 
468,823! 
146,180 

140,280 


36,645 


1,530 
18 

11,574 
1,777 


55,383 


102,229 
617! 
469,830 
144,163 


5,538  30 


35,780  15 
215  95 
117,457  50 
36,040  75 


139,300      34,825  00 


36,148      12,651  80 


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Imported  Into  Canada,  &c. 


TRADE  AXD  X ATI G ATI OX 
— Continued. 


Entered  for  Home  Consumption. 


Preferential  Tariff. 

Treaty  Rates. 

Total. 

1 

2 

3 

4 
5 
6 
7 

8 
9 

10 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity 

Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity 

Value. 

Duty 
Collected. 

156,753 

$ 

19,752 
15,933 

$  cts. 

3,456  75 
2,389  95 

% 

$  cts. 

3,292,590 

$ 

178,401 
81,066 

571 

S  cts. 

43,119  00 
13,789  00 

142  75 

51,911 

8,247  05 

727,092 

120,706  56 

2,428 
27,190 
87,375 
829 

54,480 
155,118 

364  20 
3,398  93 
10,921  86 
124  35 

13,620  00 
19,390  33 

2,970 
465,997 
165,650 

5,778 

405,998 
555,025 

512  17 
102,131  15 
28,533  94 
1,114  15 

136,651  30 
109,370  40 

2,309 
6,522 

51,073 
11,538 



327,420 

47,819  67 

1,601,418 

378,313  11 

490,389 

13,729 
1,659 
62,995 

686  45 
248  85 
11,024  86 

1,340,657 

46,578 
11,241 

538,633 

3.971  35 

2,165  25  11 
137.322  98  12 

180, 168 

45,042  00 

13 

14 
15 

16 
17 

IS 

19 
20 
21 
22 

23 
24 

15,538 

3,343 

553, 138 
20,525 

835  75 

179,459  79 
2,052  50 

72,067 



16,215  59 

102,613 

30,783  90 





72,067 

16,215  59 

102,613 

30,783  90 

577,006 

182,348  04 

73,819 
156,813 

5,836 
12,051 

875  40 
1,807  65 

290, 505 
450, 045 

35,974 
53,030 

8,409  90 
12,052  40 

230,632 

17,887 

2,683  05 

740,550 

89,004 

20,462  30 

238 

17  88 

55,621 

5,556  18 

28 

3,837 

863  35 

1,558 
18 

11,576 
1,777 

106.066 

36,643  50 

617          215  95 

2 

560 

98  00 

470,390 
144, 163 

140,280 
36,772 

117,555  50 
36,040  75 

34,996  51 
12,792  21 

980 
624 

171  51 
140  41 

90 


CUSTOMS  DEPART  MEM'  i 

3  GEORGE  V.,.  A.  1913 
No.  14. — Summary  Statement  of  Foreign  Merchandise 


Total  Imports. 


1 

2 
3 
4 
5 
6 
7 

9 
10 
11 


12 
13 
14 
IS 


16 


17 
18 


Articles. 


Dutiable  Goods — Con. 

Carriages  and  vehicles — Con. 

Cars,  railway,  passenger   No. 

Cars,  railway,  tram  or  horse   " 

Cars,  railway,  box  and  flat   " 

Cars,  other,  n.o.p   " 

Cars,  railway,  parts  of   S 

Scrapers,  railway  or  road   S 

Sleighs   No. 

Wheelbarrows,  trucks  and  hand-carts  " 

Bicycles  and  tricycles,  n.o.p   " 

Bicycles  and  tricycles,  parts  of   $ 

Children's  carriages  and  sleds   $ 

Total,  carriages,  &c  


Quantity 


20 
3 

1,911 
5,250 


1,194 
17,655 
11,309 


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

Carpet  linings  and  stair  pads   $ 

Carpet  sweepers   No. 

Cash  registers   " 


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

blanks   $ 

Celluloid,  manufactures  of,  n.e.p   $ 

Celluloid,  xylonite  or  xyolite  in  sheets, 
lumps,  blocks,  rods  or  bars,  not  fur- 
ther manufactured  than  moulded  or 
pressed   $ 


Total,  celluloid. 


19  Cement,  hydraulic  or  waterlime  Cwt. 

20  Cement,  Portland   " 


21 


22 

2:; 


24 
25 


26 


Cement, n.o.p.,  and  manufacturesof.n.o.. 
Total,  cement. 


Chalk,  prepared   $ 

Charcoal   f 


Chicory,  raw  or  green  Lbs. 

Chicory,  kiln-dried,  roasted  or  ground  .  " 

Total,  chicory  


Church  vestments  of  any  material.. .. 


2,813 


1,450 

936 


Value. 


208,469 
5,307 
1,536,761 
647,257 
308,939 
152,784 

43,744 
104,786 
186,444 

43,338 
231,871 


General  Tariff. 


Quantity  Value. 


20 

3 

1,905 
5,092 


1,194 
17,553 
3, 635 


4,367,516 


1 .  5S2 
4,064 
3,894 
65,266 


940 


208 
5 

1,528 
633 
294 
152 
43 
104 
49 
19 
228 


,469 
,307 
,626 
,050 
.100 
,752 
.744 
,087 
148 
,900 
,201 


Duty. 


$  cts. 


62, 
1, 
458, 
189, 
88, 
4.1. 
10, 
31, 
14, 
5, 
79, 


540  70 
592  10 
587  80 
915  00 
230  00 
825  60 
936  00 
226  10 
744  4D 
970  00 
870  35 


4,159,671 1,226,409  20 


,450 
936 


418 

3,733 
3,894 
65,266 


146  30 
933  25 
1,168  20 
19,579  80 


16,771 
63,452 


120,306 


200,529 


13,770 
57,126 


120,306 


1,377  00 
9,997  23 


6,015  30 


191,202      17,389  53 


901 

2,592,025 

579 
936,425 
7,821 

757 
1,874,142 

465 
705,412 
4,894 

94  62 
234,267  94 
1,101  34 

944,825 

710,771 

235,463  90 

39,779 
53,227 

38,572 
53,207 

6,750  67 
9,311  52 

81,417 
540,634 

4,540 
30,891 

31,552 
246,573 

1,733 
13,802 

946  56 
7,397  19 

622,051 

35,431 

278,125 

15.535 

8,343  75 

36,417 

4,434 


886  80 

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91 


SESSIONAL  PAPER  No.  11 
Imported  into  Canada,  &c. — Continued. 


Entered  for  Home  Consumption. 

Preferential  Tariff. 

Treaty  Rates. 

Total. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity 

Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity 

Value. 

Duty. 

S 

$  cts. 

$ 

$  cts. 

20 

3 

1,911 
5,249 

$ 

208,469 
5,307 
1.536.761 

$  cts. 

62,540  70 
1,592  10 
460.214  80 

6 
157 

8,135 
9,231 
14,839 
32 

1,627  00 
1,846  20 
2,967  80 
6  40 

642,281     191,761  20 
308,9391     91,197  80 
152, 784 1     45,832  00 
43,744      10,936  00 
104.819      31.372  50 

1,194 
17,658 
11,264 

105 
7,629 

732 
141,813 

22,239 
3,322 

146  40 
28,362  60 
4,447  80 
747  43 

190,961 
42,139 
231,523 

43,107  00 
10,417  80 
80,617  78 

206,344 

41,424  90 

4,366,015 

1,267,834  10 

1,873 

1,164 
331 

291  00 
57  93 

2,813 

1,582 
4,064 
3,894 
65,266 

437  30 
991  18 
1,168  20 
19,579  80 

1,450 
936 

3,001 
6,277 

150  05 
941  55 

16,771 
63,403 

120,306 

1,527  05 
10,938  78 

6,015  30 

9,278 

1,091  60 

200,480 

18,481  13 

144 
677,361 

114 

213,840 
2,927 

11  52 
54,188  88 
365  87 

40, 522 

17, 173 

4,457  42 

901 

2,592,025 

579 
936,425 
7,821 

106  14 
292,914  24 
1,467  21 

216,881 

54,566  27 

17,173 

4,457  42 

944,825 

294.487  59 

1,207 
20 

181  05 
3  00 

39,779 
53,227 

6,931  72 
9,314  52 

47,031 
291,249 

2,567 
16,925 

940  62 
5,824  98 

78,583 
537,822 

4,300 
30,727 

1.887  18 
13,222  17 

338,280 

19,492 

6,765  60 

616,305 

35,027 

15,109  35 

4,702 

587  98 

29,477 

5,158  63 

38,613 

6,633  41 

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2 

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4 
5 
6 
7 
8 
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10 
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15 


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18 


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20 
21 


22 
23 


24 
25 


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3  GEORGE  V.,  A.  1913 


Xo.  14. — Summary  Statement  of  Foreign  Merchandise 


1 

2 

3 

4 

5 

6 
7 

8 
9 

10 

11 

12 

13 

14 

15 
10 

17 

18 

1!) 
20 
.'1 

Articles. 

Total  Imports. 

Quantity 

Value. 

General  Tariff. 

Quantity 

Value. 

Duty. 

Dutiable  Goods — Con. 
Cider,  not  clarified  or  refined   " 

1,248 
228 

$ 

1,027 
181 

1,444 

228 

$ 

1,276 
181 

$  cts. 

144  40 
11  40 

1,476  1,208 

1,672 

1,457 

155  80 

Clocks,  time  recorders,  clock  and  watch 
keys,  clock  movements  and  clock 

537,559 
6,668 
33,280 

506,572 
4,814 
33,253 

151,971  60 
722  10 
11,638  55 

Cloth,  coated  or  sized,  for  manufacture 

of  sensitized,  blue  or  black  print  cloth  S 
Clothes  wringers  and  parts  thereof  for 

Coal,  bituminous  slack,  such  as  will  pass 

Coal,  bituminous,  round,  and  run  of  the 
mine — and  coal  n.o.p   " 

Total,  coal  

11,048 

11,045 

1,680,141 
9,490,209 

2,131,182 
19,294,041 

1,684,388 
8,811,993 

2,121,452 
18,201,317 

235,814  32 
4,670,356  29 

11,170,350 

21,425,223 

10,496,381 

20,322,769 

4,906,170  61 

Cocoa  carpeting,  mats,  rugs  and  matting  $ 

Cocoanuts,  imported  from  the  place  of 
growth  by  vessel  direct  to  a  Canadian 
port   No. 

24,791 

3,517 

879  25 

3,367,736 
582,382 

81,751 
20,280 

87,551 
554,575 

1,869 
19,747 

i! 

437  76 
5,545  75 

3,950,118 

102,031 

642,126 

21,616 

5.9S3  51 

Cocoanut,  desiccated,  sweetened  or  not.  Lbs. 

Cocoa  paste,  or  liquor,  chocolate  paste 
or  liqour,  not  sweetened,  in  blocks  or 
cakes,  and  cocoa  butter   Lbs. 

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

Cocoa  or  chocolate,  preparations  of,  in 

Cocoa  or  chocolate,  preparations  of,  n.o.p  " 

525,365 

50,910 

29,092 

4,094 

1,454  60 

1,467,534 

680,055 

1,187,990 
8,390 
1,430,607 

393,677 

122,475 

264,418 
298 
307,411 

1,365,821 

652,353 

326, 107 
7,468 
32,855 

361,647 

116,506 

82,940 
221 
6,902 

40,974  63 

22,832  35 

16,588  00 
22  10 
2,415  70 

4,674,576 

1,088,279 

2,384,604 

568,216 

82,832  78 

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therefor  of  all  kinds   " 

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

Coffee,  roasted  or  ground,  and  all  imita- 
tions thereof  and  substitutes  therefor, 

Coffee,  condensed,  with  milk   " 

245,672 
122,217 

389,950 

183,622 
320 

37,230 
22,360 

90, 190 

15,563 
74 

207,045 
39,113 

381,649 

180,454 

31,829 
3,611 

87,765 

14,782 

3, 182  90 
1,173  39 

16,409  48 

3,609  08 

Total,  coffee  

941,781 

165,417 

808,261 

137,987' 

24,374  85 

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93 


Entered  for  Home  Consumption. 


Preferential  Tariff. 


Quantity.  Value. 


Duty. 


$  eta. 


Treaty  Rates. 


Quantity 


Value. 


17,206 
1,854 
27 


38 

106 

4,243 

10,393 

4,281 

10,499 

16,234 

3,441  20 
185  40 
6  10 

3  80 
1,485  05 


1,488  85 


Duty. 


$  cts. 


Total. 


Quantity 


1,444 

228 


Value. 


Duty 
Collected. 


1,276, 
181: 


$  cts. 

144  40 
11  40 


1,672 


1,457 


15,582 


4,285  13 


11,048 


539,360 
6,668 
33,280 


1,684,426  2,121,553 


155  80 


159,697  93 
907  50 
11,644  65 


235,818  12 


8,816,236  18,211,7104,671,841  34 


10,500,662  20,333,268  4,907,659  46 


3,269,546 
27,900 


79,769 
535 


2,841  10 


4,416 


993  63 


9,808  61 
181  35 


3, 297,446|  80,304 


3,357,097 
582,475 


24,167 


9,989  96     i  3,939,572 


460,443  43,564 


96,569  30,091 

27,842  5,700 

747,814  177,960 

922  77 


13,813  29 


489,535 


2,414  23 

765  65 

26,694  00 
5  79 


916,862      193,556      43,550  25  447,877 


96,919 


31,498  70 


1,462,390 

680, 195 

1,073,921 
8,390 
1,397,594 


1,790,009      407,384      73,429  92;  447,877 


96,919 


81,651 
6,237 


3,143 
320 


18,413 
1,845 


775 

74 1 


1,633  02 
278  06 


47  15* 
14  80 


91,351 


21,107       1,973  03 


31,498  70 |  4,622,490 


81.638 
20,282 


101,920 


47,658 


4,713 


10,246  37  9 
5,727  10  10 


15,973  47 


15,267  89 


I 


391,738 


II 


43,388  86  12 


122,206      23,598  00 

260, 900 1     43,282  00 
298 !  27  89 

77,464  65 


297,377 


1,072,519 


187,761  40 


207,045 

31,829 

3, 182  90 

120,764 

22,024 

2,806  41 

387,886 

89,610 

16,687  54 

183,597 
320 

15,557 
74 

3,656  23 
14  80 

899,612 

159,094 

26,347  88 

13 

14 
IS 
L6 


17 

IS 

19 


20 
21 


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No.  14. — Summary  Statement  of  Foreign  Merchandise 


9 

10 
n 


Artkxes. 


Dutiable  Goods — Con. 

Collars  of  cotton  or  linen,  xylonite,  xyo- 

lite  or  celluloid  Doz. 

Combs   $ 

Copper  and  manufactures  of — 

Copper  nails,  tacks,  rivets  and  burrs  or 

washers   $ 

Copper  wire,  plain,  tinned  or  plated...  Lbs. 
Copper  wire  cloth,  or  woven  wire  of 

copper   $ 

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


Total,  copper. 


Cordage,  cotton,  of  all  kinds   Lbs. 

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

Total,  cordage  and  twines  


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

Corks,  manufactured  from  corkwood, 
three-fourths  of  an  inea  and  less  in  dia- 
meter measured  ax  the  larger  end   " 

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


12 
13 


14 

15 

16 

17 
18 
19 

20 

21 


22 
23 
24 


Total,  cork. 


Corsets  of  all  kinds   $ 

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

horn  covered   $ 

Costumes  and  scenery,  theatrical   S 

Cotton,  manufactures  of — 

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

Embroideries,  white  and  cream  col- 
oured  $ 

Gray,  unbleached  cotton  fabrics  Yds. 

White  or  bleached  cotton  fabrics   " 

Tailors'  hollandsof  cotton,  and  towel- 
ling in  the  web   " 

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

Jeans,  coutilles  and  sateens,  imported 
by  corset  and  dress  stay  manu- 
facturers, for  use  exclusively  for  the 
manufacture  of  such  articles  in  their 
own  factories   " 

Handkerchiefs   $ 

Batts,  batting  and  sheet  wadding   Lbs. 

Bobbinet,  (white  cotton)  plain,  in  the 
web  Yds. 


Total  Imports. 

General  Tariff. 

Oiiq  nt  1 1  v 

Utlll  l  I  l  Jt 

Value. 

Quantity 

Value. 

Duty. 

S 

$ 

$  cts. 

385, 167 

372,287 

01  Q  AR.1 
J.16,  40/ 

247, 102 

252,834 
132,612 

94,813  12 
46,414  20 



2,294 
76,564 

1,563 
73,310 

468  90 

399,998 

377,629 

9,164  05 

10,960 
212,483 

1  QS1 
0.  vol 

yyo  jo 

185,989 

55,796  70 

264,843 

66.424  90 



523,795 
3  143  855 

64,202 
332, 754 

166,989 
1,143,617 

22,702 
132,998 

5,675  50 
33,249  50 

3,667,650 

396,956 

1,310,606 

155,700 

38,925  00 

Ji>4,  /  Ob 

fin    A  on 

99, 4oU 

295,931 

102, 93S 

14,796  55 

49,696 

17,998 

48,722 

17,048 

3,897  76 

229, 142 

221,473 

44,294  60 





346, 570 

341,459 

62,988  91 

489,692 

15,710 
6,955 

479,205 

15,546 
/ ,  loo 

167,721  75 

5,441  10 

1  am 
\, ( i 1  UU 

2,122,974 

610,877 

1,365,029 

450, 2S5 



90,057  00 

1,499,392 
627,224 
2,388,104 

122,078 

m.415  60 

9,873,199 
26,363,292 

5,499,704 
5,003,394 

280,349 
433,630 

70,087  25 
108,407  50 

2,410,495 

169,177 

34,006 

2,999 

749  75 

58,402,367 

5,778,252 

12,611,867 

1,400,773 

455,252  91 

2,318,312 

269,697 
626,315 
24,845 

645,964 

83,535 
14,247 
24,529 

16,707  00 
4, 986  45 
6, 132  25 

207,703 

206,467 

422,914 

50,765 

12,591 

1,276 

319  00 

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Imported  into  Canada,  &c. 


TRADE  AXD  NAVIGATION  95 
— Continued. 


Entered  for  Home  Consumption. 


Preferential  Tariff. 


I 

Quantity.  Value. 


113,672 
54,214 


731 
2,325 

6,979 
19,699 


Duty. 


$  cts. 


28,418  00 
12,198  40 


146  20 
174  38 

1,221  34 
3,939  80 


29,734       5,481  72 


Treaty  Rates. 


Quantity 


40,647 
197,441 


8, 129  40 
39,488  20 


238,088 


2,564 
1,276 
7,818 


11,658 


3,758 


164 


186,162 
513,402 
260 

46,820 


47,617  60 


213  04 
121  92 
1,172  70 


1,507  66 


939  50 


36  92 


159,182 

23,877 

30 

36,866 

4,608 

39 

346,457 

51,968 

55 

1,960,003 

343,003 

83 

164,642 

28,813 

11 

4,428,393 

1,107,098 

25 

23,270  39 
128,350  50 
45  49 

7,023  00 


Value. 


26, 133 


5,319 


5,319 


6,494 


7,123 


1,323,802 


92,399 
1,176 


Duty. 


$  cts. 


8,493  39 


1,462  75 


1,462  75 


Total. 


Quantity 


Value. 


Duty 
Collected. 


376,414 


395,301 


512,854 
3,109,363 


3,622,217 


366,506 
212,959 


2,294 
75,635 

10,960 
211,007j 


$  cts. 


123,231  12  1 
67, 105  99  2 


615  10 

9,338  43 


2,216  59  5 
61,199  25 


299,896      73,369  37 


63,349 
330,439 


393,788 


301,257 
50,754 


105,502 
18,324 
229,291 


353,117 


2,314  98 


231,665  74 


30,029  75 
264  61 


2,117,536 


10,231,750 
26,515,235 

2,380,416 

58,641,247 


2,318,312 


490,086 


15,710 
7,135 


609,467 

1,482,746 
626,806 
2,393,633 

167,641 

5,829,166 


13,804  90 
72,737  70 


86,542  60 


15,009  59  9 
4,019  68  10 
45,467  30  11 


64,496  57 


170,976  23 


12 


5,478  02  13 
1,772  00  14 


269, 697 
620,048 
207,562(  24,789 

412,903]  49,272 


113,934  30  15 

260,689  7346 
122,055  80|17 
451,411  33)18 


29,562  86 
1,562,351  16 


39,977  39 
163,366  70 
6,177  74 

7,606  61 


19 
20 


21 

22 
23 

24 


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3  GEORGE  V.,  A.  1913 

No.  14. — Summary  Statement  of  Foreign  Merchandise 


Articles. 


Dutiable  Goods — Con. 

Cotton,  manufactures  of — Con. 
Knitting  yarn,  hosiery  yarn  or  other 
cotton  yarn,  dyed  or  not,  n.o.p  Lbs. 

2  Cotton  warps   $ 

3  Seamless  bags   S 

4  Sheets,  bed  quilts,  pillow  cases  and 
damask  of  cotton  in  the  piece,  in- 
cluding uncoloured  table  cloths  or 
napkins  of  cotton   $ 

5  Shirts  of  cotton    Doz. 

6  Sewing  thread  on  spools   $ 

7  Sewing  cotton  thread  in  hanks   Lbs. 

8  Crochet  and  knitting  cotton   " 

9  All  other  cotton  thread,  n.o.p   " 

10  Clothing,  n.o.p   t 

11  Blouses  and  shirt  waists   S 

12  Cotton  bags  made  up  by  the  use  of  the 

needle,  not  otherwise  provided  for. .  S 

13  Lampwicks   $ 

14  Lace,  white  and  cream  coloured   $ 

151    Shawls   $ 

16  Socks  and  stockings  Doz.  Prs. 

17  Tape,  not  dyed  or  coloured   $ 

18  Tape,  dyed  or  coloured   S 

19  Towels   $ 

20  Undershirts  and  drawers   $ 

Uncoloured  cotton  fabrics,  bleached, 

viz.: — 

Scrims  and  window  scrims,  cambric 
cloths,  muslin  apron  checks,  brill- 
iants, cords,  piques,  diapers,  lenos, 
mosquito  nettings;  Swiss,  jaconet 
and  cambric  muslins,  and  plain, 
striped  or  checked  lawns  Yds. 

22  Velvets,  velveteens,  and  plush  fabrics, 

n.o.p   " 

23  Manufactures  of  cotton  of  which  cotton 
l      is  component  material  of  chief  value, 

n.o.p   $ 


I 


Total  Imports. 


Quantity 


90,079' 


281,372 
63,687 
102,956 


741,137 


499,042 
2,653  230 


Total,  cottons. 


24  Crapes,  black  mourning   | 

25  Cuffs  of  cotton,  linen,  xylonite,  xyolite 

or  celluloid  Pairs 

26  Curling  stones  and  handles  therefor   " 

27  Curtains   and   shams  when  made  up, 

trimmed  or  untrimmed   $ 

28  Cyclometers  and  pedometers   S 

Drugs,  Dyes,  Chemicals,  Medicines — 
29'    Acetone  and  amyl  acetate   $ 

30  Acids — Acetic  and  pyroligneous,  n.o.p. 

not  exceeding  proof  strength  Galls. 

31  Acids — Acetic  and  pyroligneous,  in 
excess  of  strength  of  proof   " 

32  Acids  —  Acetic  and  pryoligneous, 
crude  of  any  strength  not  exceed- 
ing 30  per  cent   " 


Value. 


582,745 


144,558 
4,666 
26,728 


788,725 
468, 178 
523,742 
182,729 
33,890 
49,638 
2,438,797 
168,618 

197,599 
19,775 
1,335,518 
3,091 
878,337 
40,632 
8,314 
316,900 
61,189 


General  Tariff. 


Quantity 


766,289 


790,084 


'1,330,862 


28,855 
16 


13,446 

3,397 
220 

686,216 
74, 349 1 


  8,674 

1,305  730 
2,507  2,703 


4,919 


308,494 


51,063 


19,045 
51,757 
77,034 


450, 657 


Value. 

Duty. 

S 

S  cts. 

72, 124 

18,031  00 

4,666 

1,166  50 

17,490 

3,498  00 

118,361 

35,508  30 

273,424 

95,698  40 

238,475 

59,618  75 

7,998 

1,199  70 

27,570 

6,892  50 

35,836 

8,959  00 

1,614,248 

564,986  80 

137,819 

48,236  65 

96,950 

33,932  50 

14,667 

3,666  75 

307,341 

61,468  20 

1,963 

687  05 

535,125 

187,293  75 

17,732 

4,433  00 

3,090 

1,004  31 

17,767 

5,330  10 

49,337 

17,267  95 

38,217      141,818  10,824 


275,069  96,474 


2,706  00 
28,942  20 


556,057    194,619  95 


7,069,039  2,162,262  07 


5,352 
16 


1,305 
2,165 


1,315  1,028 


339 

67  80 

580 
220 

217  49 
22  00 

95,412 
73,372 

33,394  20 
18,343  00 

8,674 

2,602  20 

730 

195  75 

2,168 

2,416  56 

202 

50  50 

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Imported  into  Canada,  &c. 


TRADE  AND  NAVIGATION 

— Continued. 


97 


Entered  for  Home  Consumption. 


Preferential  Tariff. 

Treaty  Rates. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity 

Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity 

274,251 

$ 

72,434 

$  cts. 
12,676  29 

$ 

$  cts. 

JO- , i t o 

9,153 

672,439 
189,326 
275,711 
174,141 
5,922 

12,866 
678,944 

14,979 

100,650 
5,108 
666,782 
1,128 
346,804 
22,900 
5,111 
298,321 
12,130 

27,345 
543,941 

232,753 

1,372  95 

134, 4S7  80 
47,331  50 
48,249  69 
17,414  10 
1,036  36 
2,251  67 
169,736  00 
3,744  75 

25, 162  50 
893  93 
83,348  59 
282  00 
86,701  00 
4,007  87 
1,277  75 
59,664  20 
2,729  75 

4,785  64 
95,190,75 

58,188  25 

38,370 

807 

5,706       1,854  52 
9,556;      2,150  19 

  i   

90,240 

"280,442 
63,687 
102,976 

261,397 
11.444 
24,348 

486 
1,594 

398 
979 
142,554 
15,808 

89  56 
220  30 
46  330  4° 
5,137  63 

353,901 

61,932  91 

291,606 

749  9fiS 

356, 184 
2,058,831 

498,002 

9  (\Afl  fiO*2 
Z, D4U, U»o 

306, 193 

125, 144 

34,414  81 

12,211,075 

2,578,592  15 

2,071,423 

414,090  44 

8,925 
2,817 

1,115  74 
704  25 

4,077 

713  57 

23,503 

28,855 
16 

491,669 
81 

122,917  25 
14  17 

96, 183 
10 

31,259  71 
2  24 

1,305 
3,245 

4.919 

1,080 
3,891 

928 
1,113 

1,171  67 
166  95 

Total. 


Value. 


144,558 
4,666 
26,643 


790,800 
468,456 
523,742 
182,139 
33,890 
49,681 
2,435,746 
168,606 

197, 600 
19,775 
1,328,024 
3,091 
881,929 
40, 632 
8,201 
316,088 
61,467 


38,169 
765,559 

788,810 


21,351,537 


13,341 

3,397 
220 

683,264 
73,463 


Duty 
Collected. 


S  cts. 


30,707  29 
1,166  50 
4,870  95 


169,996  10 
144,884  42 
110,018  63 

18,613  80 
8,018  42 

11,430  97 
781,053  22 

57,119  03 

59,095  00 
4,560  68 
206,749  70 
969  05 
273,994  75 
8,440  87 
2,282  06 
64,994  30 
19,997  70 


7,491  64 
158,547  76 

252,808  20 


5,154,944  66 


11— i— 7 


8,674 
730 
3,096 

1,315 


1,897  11 

921  74 
22  00 

187,571  16 
18,359  41 


2,602  20 
195  75 

3,588  23 


4 
5 
6 
7 
8 
9 
10 
11 

12 
L3 
14 
15 
16 
17 
IS 
L9 
20 


21 
22 

23 

24 

25 
26 

27 
28 

29 
30 
31 


217 


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3  GEORGE  V.,  A.  1913 

No.  14. — Summary  Statement  of  Foreign  Merchandise 


Total  Imports. 


Articles. 


Quantity 


Dutiable  Goods — Con. 

Drugs,  dyes,  chemicals,  &c. — Con. 

Acid  phosphate,  not  medicinal   Lbs. 

2  Acids,  mixed,  n.o.p  

3  Muriatic  

4  Nitric  

5  Stearic  

6  Sulphuric  

7  Other,  n.o.p  

8  Albumen  blood,  egg  albumen  and  egg 
yolk   S 

Alum  in  bulk,  ground  or  unground,  but 
not  calcined ;  and  sulphate  of  alumina 
or  alum  cake  Lbs. 

10  Aniline  dyes,  in  packages  of  less  than  1 

lb.  in  weight   " 

11  Casein   $ 

12  Cocaine   Oz. 

13  Dextrine,  dry  Lbs. 

14  Gelatine  and  isinglass   " 

15  Glue,  powdered  or  sheet   " 

16  Glue,  liquid   $ 

17 1  Glycerine,  n.o.p   Lbs. 

18  Gums — camphor   " 

19  j      Opium  (crude)   " 

20  Other,  n.o.p   " 

21  Liquorice,  in  paste,  rolls  and  sticks, 

not  sweetened,  n.o.p   " 

22  Magnesia   " 

23  Medicinal,  chemical  and  pharmaceuti- 
cal preparations  including  proprie- 
tary preparations  (dry)   $ 

24  Medicinal,  chemical  and  pharmace- 

utical preparations,  including  pro- 
prietary preparations  (all  other)...  ? 

25  Do  (all  other)  non-alcholic   ? 

26  Liquid  preparations,  non-alcoholic  for 

disinfecting,  dipping  or  spraying, 
n.o.p   $ 

27  Milk  food,  and  other  similar  prepara- 

tions  $ 

28  Morphine   Oz. 

29  Opium,  powdered  Lbs. 

30  Potash  or  potassa,  bicarbonate  of   " 

31  Potash  and  pearl  ash,  in  packages  less 

than  25  lbs.  each   " 

32  Potash  caustic,  in  packages  less  than 

25  lbs.  each   " 

33  Pyroxylin  and  wood  naphtha,  prepara- 
tions of,  for  coating  imitation  leather 
and  for  the  manufacture  of  leather 
belting   $ 

34  Salts,  glauber   $ 

35  Soda,  bicarbonate  of   $ 

36  Soda  caustic,  when  in  packages  less 

than  25  lbs.  each   $ 

37  Sodium,  hyposulphite   $ 

38  Sulphuric  ether,  chloroform  and  solu- 

tions of  peroxide  of  hydrogen  Lbs. 


1,677,625 
922,077 
409,503 
79,322 
288,710 
1,615,180 
1,062,210 


6,914,191 
1,457 


35 

1,847,145 
540,827 
2,693,518 


General  Tariff. 


196,270 
29,561 
4,353 
14,682 

1,780,324 
424,792 


440 

355 
75,333 

6,075 

42,893 


1,517,980 
5,348,399 

118,360 


Value. 


Quantity 


Value. 


Duty. 


1,642,476 
402,527 
409,503' 
79,322 
264,682 
1,615,180 
780, 504 


62,909 
28,075 

5,381! 

5,647 
26,938 
15,027 
101,564 

23,163  

62,451  6,914,191 


572 
20,933 
88' 
59,821 
132,745 
198,5471 
43,285 
49,245 
11.044 
23,348 
3,137, 

143.904 
13,703 


939,501 


134,322 
54,993 


1,432 


35, 

1,738,829, 
215,305 
899,973 

57,470 
16,197 
5,017 
13,776 

1,917,376 
399,813 


58, 611 


223,193  

1,142  

2,074  355 
1,166  75,333 


275 
1,672! 


11,532 
7,854 
51,734 

7,306 
3,459 


6,025 
42,793 


217,845  34,421 


1,202,771 
1,109,039 

74,228 


61,096 
10,712 
5,381 
5,647 
24,450 
15,027 
48,541 

22,879 


$  cts. 


12,219  20 
2,410  24 
1,023  77 
1,270  70 
4,890  00 
4,037  96 

10,921  99 

2,287  90 


62,451       6,245  10 


533 
20,933 
88 
57,332 
61,673 
67,277 
35,197 
11,189 

4,871 
25,863 

2,967 

154,477 
11,676 


626,404 
131,685 


93  30 
5,756  59 
15  40 
5,733  20 
16,960  68 
18,501  56 
9,679  48 
1,958  12 
852  44 
5,017  00 
519  26 

34,757  33 
2,043  37 


156,601  00 
65,842  50 


50,212  12,553  00 
140,395      35,098  75 


2,074 
1,166 

273 

1,666 


11.532 
5,678 
10,556 

4,905 
3,224 


479  25 
204  06 

40  95 

249  90 


1,153  20 
993  49 
1,847  34 

735  75 
564  22 


209,361 i      29,594       7,398  50 


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SESSIONAL  PAPER  No.  11 
Imported  into  Canada,  <te. — Continued. 


Entered  for  Home  Consumption. 


Preferential  Tariff. 

Treaty  Rates. 

Quantity . 

Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity  Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity 

38,509 

$ 

1,944 

$  cts. 
243  02 

$ 

$  cts. 

1,680,985 
402, 527 
409,503 
79,322 
288,710 
1,615,180 
1,069,351 

24.028 

2.4X8 

311  06 

288,847 

55,031 
464 

8,254  65 
23  20 

6,914,191 
1,457 

25 

39 

5  85 

35 

1,760,339 
535,993 
2,762,110 

21,510 
200,332 
1,444,912 

608 
45, 784 
101,322 
6,461 

30  40 
8,012  33 
17,731  61 
1,130  81 
5, 163  45 
807  15 



120,356 
417,225 

25,3991      6,349  75 
33,280  8,320,00 
1.627           406  75 

123,112 
13,184 

34,423 
5,381 

180,582 
29,381 
5,017 
13,776 

1,921,681 
424,792 

4,305 
24,979 

386 
2,027 

296,859 

57  90 
304  05 

59,371  80 

60,836 

15,209  00 

8,333 

86,071 
1,142 

1,666  60 

15,062  47 
171  30 

440 

440 
355 
75,333 

6,075 

42,893 

50 
100 

2 
6 

0  20 
0  60 

315,209 
4,239,406 

48,632 

2,176 
41,166 

2,589 
235 

4,848 

326  40 
6,174  90 

258  90 
35  25 

727  20 

1,517,980 
5,348,445 

122,860 

8,494 

217  855 

Total. 


Value. 


Duty 
Collected. 


63,040 
10,712 
5,381 
5,647 
26,938 
15,027 
103,572 

23,343 

62,451 

572 
20,933 
88 

57,940 
132,856 
201,879 
43,285 
45,612 
10,252 
25,863 
2,967 

154,863 
13,703 

923,263 


131,685 
60,836 


226,466 
1,142 
2,074 
1,166 

275 

1,672 


11,532 
7,854 
51,722 

7,494 
3,459 


$  cts. 


12,462  22 
2,410  24 
1,023  77 
1,270  70 
5,201  06 
4,037  96 

19,176  64 

2,311  10 


6,245  10 


99 
5,756 
15 
5,763 
31,322 
44,553 
11,217 
7,121 
1,659 
5,017 
519 


34,815  23 
2,347  42 


215,972  80 


65,842  50 
15,209  00 


58,545      14,219  60 


50,161  22 
171  30 
479  25 
204  06 

41  15 

250  50 


1,153  20 
1,319  89 
8,022  24 

994  65 
599  47 


5i 

3 
4 
5 

7 


10 

11 

12 
13 
14 
IS 
16 
17 
18 
19 
20 

21 

22 


23 


24 
25 


26 

27 
28 
29 
30 

31 
< 

32 


33 
34 
35 

36 
37 


34,442       8,126  70 


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2 
3 

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5 

6 
7 

8 
9 

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12 

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16 

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CUSTOMS  DEPARTMENT  i 

3  GEORGE  V.,.  A.  1913 

No.  14. — Summary  Statement  of  Foreign  Merchandise 


Articles. 


Dutiable  Goods — Con. 

Drugs,  dyes,  chemicals,  &c. — Con 

Vaseline  and  all  similar  perparations  of 
petroleum i  for  toilet,  medicinal  or 
other  purposes   S 

Yeast  cakes   Lbs. 

Yeast,  compressed,  in  packages  weigh- 
ing less  than  50  lbs   " 

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

All  other  drugs,  dyes  and  chemicals, 
&c,  not  otherwise  provided  for   % 


Total,  drugs. 


Earthenware    and    Chinaware  —  (See 
Bricks  and  Tiles.) 

Brown  or  coloured  earthen  and  stone- 
ware, and  Rockingham  ware  

C.  C.  or  cream  coloured  ware,  decora- 
ted, printed  or  sponged,  and  all 
earthenware,  n.o.p  

Demijohns,  churns  or  crocks  

Tableware  of  china,  porcelain,  white 
granite  or  ironstone  ware  

Chinaware,  to  be  silver  mounted,  im- 
ported by  manufacturers  of  silver- 
ware  

China  and  porcelain  ware,  n.o.p  

Tiles  or  blocks  of  earthenware  or  stone 
prepared  for  mosaic  flooring  

Earthenware  tiles,  n.o.p  

Manufactures  of  earthenware,  n.o.p  


Total,  earthenware. 


Eggs   Doz. 

Elastic,  round  or  flat,  including  garter 
elastic   $ 

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

Incandescent  lamp  bulbs  and  glass 
tubing  for  use  in  the  manufacture 
of  incandescent  lamps  and  mantel 
stocking  for  gas  light   $ 

Electric  apparatus,  n.o.p.,  insulators  of 
all  kinds,  &c,  electric  and  galvanic 
batteries;  telegraph  and  telephone 
instruments   $ 

Electric  motors,  generators,  dynamos 
and  sockets   % 


Total,  electric  apparatus. 


Embroideries,  not  otherwise  provided 
for   $ 

Emery  and  carborundum  wheels  and 
manufactures  of  emery  or  carborun- 
dum   S 

Express  parcels  of  small  value   $ 


Total  Imports. 


Quantity 


743 
50,757 
750,580 


Value. 


General  Tariff. 


Quantity 


19,484 
269 

12,573 

176,452 

1,016,750 


Value.  Duty. 


583 
50,711 
747,780 


19,036 
187 


$  cts. 


4,759  00 
34  98 


12,560  3,042  66 
176,177|  22,433  40 
714,582    125,053  86 


3,803,732    2,663,940    591,545  41 


55,211 


195,437 
4,643 

1,764,953 


217 
59,795 

128,725 
156,297 
221,846 


2,587,124 


42,076      12,622  80 


67,753 
4,367 


20,325  90 
1,310  10 


607,665    167,108  79 


217 
33, 230 

98,557 
76,504' 
146,544 


48  83 
9,969  00 

29,567  10 
26,776  40 
43,963  20 


1,076,913    311,692  12 


7,577,826 


3,364 


1,625,019  7, 552, 222 
191.547 


57,131 


124,554 


2.947 


4,676,075 
983,365 


5,659  440 


140,581 


105,833 
1,900,891 


1,617,702    226,566  66 


45,573 
52,592 

120,931 


15,950  55 
18,407  20 

12.093  10 


4,057,504  1,115,818  44 


877,357 


241,274  37 


4,934,861  1,357,092  81 


66,541 


23,289  35 


105,712  26,428  00 
1,897,705    531,362  44 


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SESSIONAL  PAPER  No.  11 
Imported  into  Canada,  &c. — Continued. 


101 


Entered  for  Home  Consumption. 


Preferential  Tariff. 

Treaty  Rates. 

Total. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity 

Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity 

Value. 

Duty 
Collected. 

$ 

448 
82 

10 

275 

299, 120 

$  cts. 

67  20 
6  40 

1  44 

56  00 

44,868  00 

$ 

$  cts. 

$ 

19,484 
269 

12,570 

176,452 

1,013,702 

$  cts. 

4,826  20 
41  38 

3,044  10 

22,489  40 

169,921  86 

160 
36 
2,800 

743 
50,747 
750,580 

1,001,761 

172,208  70 

121,142 

30,285  50 

3.786.843 

794.039  67 

1 

13,155 

123,991 
248 

1,154,818 

2,631  00 

24,798  20 
49  60 

173,222  70 

55,231 

191,744 
4,615 

1,762,483 

217 
60,270 

127,915 
157,521 
222,970 

15,253  80 

45,124  10 
1,359  70 

340,331  49 

48  83 
15,377  00 

35,438  70 
47,030  65 
59,248  40 

27,040 
9Q  358 

5,408  00 
.<>  R71  fin 

81,017      20,254  25 
76,426|     15,285  20 

1,506,0531    247,520  55 
* 

2,582,966 

559,212  67 

26 

72 

145,121 
1,825 

118 

52 

36,280  25 
410  72 

5  90 

7,552,248 

1,617,774 
191,530 
56,024 

121,049 

226,567  18 
52,502  50 
19,340  21 

12,099  00 

836 
1,607 

271  70 
522  29 

61 

112 

3,120 

499,720 
75,530 

74,958  00 
11,329  50 

77,935 
30,101 

19,483  75 
7,525  25 

4,635,159 
982, 988 

1,210,260  19 
260,129  12 

575,250 

86,287  50 

108.036 

27.009  00 

5,618,147 

1,470,389  31 

8,145 

121 
3,186 

2,036  25 

21  17 
730  43 

64,015 

17,742  53 

138,701 

105,833 
1,900,891 

43,068  13 

26,449  17 
532,092  87 

10 

11 

12 
13 
14 


15 
16 
17 

18 

19 
20 

21 


22 
23 


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No.  14. — Summary  Statement  of  Foreign  Merchandise 


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10 
11 

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14 

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10 
17 

18 
19 

SO 
21 

22 

23 

24 

25 

26j 
27 
28! 


Total  Imports. 


Articles. 


Quantity 


Dutiable  Goods — Con. 

Fancy  goods,  viz. — 
Alabaster,  spar,  amber,  terra  cotta, 

or  composition  ornaments   $ 

Bead  ornaments   $ 

Boxes,  fancy,  ornamental  cases  and 

writing  desks,  &c   $ 

Braids,  cords,  fringes,  tassels,  n.o.p.. .  S 
Tinsel  thread  and  tinsel  wire,  for  the 
manufacture  of  braids,  cords,  tas- 
sels, ribbons  or  trimmings   S 

Cases  for  jewellery,  watches,  silver- 
ware, plated  ware  and  cutlery   $ 

Fans   $ 

Feathers,  fruits,  grains,  leaves  and 
flowers,  artificial,  suitable  for  orna- 
menting hats   S 

Feathers,  fancy,  undressed   $ 

Feathers,  fancy,  n.o.p.,  and  manu- 
factures of  feathers,  n.o.p   $ 

Feathers,  ostrich  and  vulture,  dressed  § 
Ivory  or  bone  dice,  draughts,  chess- 
men, &c   S 

Lace,  n.o.p.,  lace  collars  and  all  manu- 
factures of  lace;  nets  and  nettings 
of  cotton,  linen,  silk  or  other  ma- 
terial, n.o.p   $ 

Statues  and  statuettes  of  any  material  S 
Toys  and  dolls  of  all  kinds   -S 


Total,  fancy  goods. 


Feathers,  bed  and  other,  undressed, 

n.o.p   $ 

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


Total,  feathers,  n.o.p. 


Featherbone,  plain,  or  covered,  in  coils.  $ 
Fertilizers,   compounded  or  manufac- 
tured   $ 

Fibre,  kartavert,  indurated  fibre,  vul- 
canized fibre  and  like  material  and 

manufactures  of,  n.o.p   $ 

Fireworks,  firecrackers  and  torpedoes, 
all  kinds   $ 

Fish- 
Cod,  haddock,  ling  and  pollock,  fresh, 
imported  otherwise  than  in  barrels, 

&c   Lbs. 

Cod,  haddock,  ling  and  pollock,  drv 

salted   " 

Cod,    haddock,    ling   and  pollock, 

smoked   " 

Cod,  haddock,  ling  and  pollock,  pick- 
led in  barrels   " 

Halibut,  fresh,  not  in  barrels   " 

Herrings,  fresh,  not  in  barrels   " 

Herrings,  pickled  or  salted   " 


Value. 


General  Tariff. 


Quantity 


51,419 
28,515 

314,039 
679,554 


12,328 

25,912 
9,801 


480,548 
148,442 

478,297 
52,462 

366 


1,149,849  . 
75,717  . 
771.001 


46.446 
72,425 


118,871 


760 
445,383 

97,333 
54,917 


323,492 

1,721,639 

650 

89,800 
3,421,743 
3,677 
2,100.748 


14,130 
91,915 

54! 

1,796 
149,224 
261 
93,549 


301,782 

599,700 

650 

89,800 
2,280,120 
1,003 
1,338,307 


Value. 

Duty. 

$ 

$  cts. 

OO,  QiTk 

16,188 

4,856  40 

217,310 
474,264 

76,0.58  50 
165.992  40 

1 1  z>RR 

X  I  ,  OOO 

1 . LOO  oU 

22,449 
5,096 

7,857  15 
1.528  80 

39,852 

yy,  iyo  Oo 
5,977  80 

9,106 

70  QQ?  7fi 

/  l  ,  yew  /  D 
2,504  26 

331 

57  96 

ififl  1  ■}? 

±'J\J ,  LOI 

49,682 
693,512 

1^7  *vi7 

14,904  60 
208.053  60 

2.652,021 

829.598  86 

11  7AA 

35,528 

A   Oft 1  OA 

o,-ol  yu 
9,770  26 

77.274 

16,032  16 

749 

149  80 

418,093 

41,809  30 

96,434 

24.108,50 

47,442 

11,860  50 

13.621 

3.017  82 

36, 146 

5,997,00 

54 

6  50 

1,796 
107,678 
45 

62,564 

898  00 
22,801  20 
10  03 
6,691  54 

i  TRADE  AND  NAVIGATION 

SESSIONAL  PAPER  No.  11 

Imported  into  Canada,  &c. — Continued. 


103 


Entered  for  Home  Consumption. 


Preferential  Tariff. 


Quantity, 


Value. 


2,348 
1,415 

79,927 
71,406 


740 

1,754 
319 


119,767 
99,412 

212,785 
43,356 

35 


400,020 
1,357 
41,800 


Duty. 


37  00 

394  71 
63  80 


23,953  40 
9,941  20 

42.557.001 
8,671  20 

5  25 


100,005  00 
271  40 
8,360  00 


1,076,441     230,847  99 


4,274 
36,897 


41,171 


11 

27,290 

1,296 
7,475 


427  40 
7,379  40 


7,806  80 


1  38 
1,364  50 

226  83 
1,308  13 


263 
31,276 


Treaty  Rates. 


Quantity 


%  cts. 


469  60 
283  00 

17,983  93 
17,851  50 


18  17 
2,716  59 


Value. 


Duty 


12,689 
11,065 

14,670 
134,283 


1,709 
4,386 


9,158 


%  cts. 


3,489  63 
3,043  00 

4,401  00 
43,642  40 


Total. 


Quantity 


512  70 
1,206  23 


1,144  77 


296,015 
24,424 
36,563 


544,962 


426 


82,571  45 
6,716  86 
10,055  22 


Value. 


Duty 
Collected. 


51,431 
28,668 

311,907 
679,953 


12,328 

25,912 
9,801 


480,486 
148,422 

478,178 
52,462 

366 


1,146,172 
75,463 
771,875 


t  cts 


14,877  43 
8,182  40 

98,443  43 
227,486  30 


1,195  80 

8,764  56 
2,798  83 


123,152  08 
17,063  77 

115,540  76 
11,175  46 

63  21 


340, 124  40 
21,892  86 
226,468  82 


156,783  26   1  4,273,424  1,217,230  11 


53  25 


426 


53  25 


46,446 
72,425 


6,742  55 
17,149  66 


8 
9 

10 
11 

12 


13 
14 
15 


301,782 

599,700 

650 

89,800 
2,280,120 
4,637 
2,114,469 


118,871'     23,892  21 


760 |  151  18 
445,383     43,173  80 


97,730 
54,917 


13,621 

36, 146 

54 

1,796 
107,678 
308 
93,840 


24,335  33 
13,168  63 


3,017  82 
5,997  00 
6  50 


16 
17 


18 
19 

20 
21 

22 
23 
24 
25 


898  00 
22,801  20|26 
28  20  27 
9,408  13  28 


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CUSTOMS  DEPARTMENT  i 

3  GEORGE  V.,  A.  1913 

No.  14. — Summary  Statement  of  Foreign  Merchandise 


Total  Imports. 


Articles. 


Dutiable  Goods — Con. 

Fish—  Con. 

Herrings,  smoked   Lbs. 

Mackerel,  fresh   " 

Mackerel,  pickled  

Sea  fish,  other,  fresh,  not  in  barrels...  " 

Sea  fish,  other,  pickled,  in  barrels   " 

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

Oysters,  fresh,  in  shell  Brls. 

Oysters,  shelled,  in  bulk  Galls. 

Oysters,  canned,  in  cans  not  over  one 
pint   Cans. 

Oysters,  canned,  in  cans  over  one  pint 
and  not  over  one  quart   " 

Oysters,  canned,  in  cans  exceeding  one 
quart   Qts. 

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

Lobsters,  fresh  (not  alive)  Brls. 

Lobsters,  canned,  n.o.p   Lbs. 

Bait  fish,  fresh,  not  in  barrels   " 

Bait  fish,  salted,  not  in  barrels   " 

Salmon,  fresh   " 

Salmon,  smoked   " 

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

Salmon,  pickled  or  salted  

Fish,  smoked  or  boneless   " 

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

Anchovies,  sardines,  &c,  in  tin  boxes 
weighing  over  12  ounces  and  not 
over  20  ounces  each   " 

Anchovies,  sardines,  &c,  when  packed 
in  tin  boxes  weighing  over  8  ounces 
and  not  over  12  ounces   " 

Anchovies,  sardines,  &c,  when  packed 
in  tin  boxes  weighing  8  ounces  or 
less   " 

Fish  preserved  in  oil,  n.o.p   $ 

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

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

Fish,  frr-sh  or  dried,  n.o.p.,  imported 
in  b?rrels  or  half  barrels   " 

Fi*-h,  all  other,  pickled  or  salted,  in 
barrels   " 

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

Fish,  oil  cod,  n.o.p  Galls. 

Fish  oil,  cod  liver   " 

Fish  oil,  seal   " 

Fish  oil,  whale  and  spermaceti   " 

Fish  oil,  other,  n.o.p   " 

Other  articles  the  produce  of  the  fish- 
eries, not  specially  provided  for   $ 

Total,  fish  


Bxs. 


Quantity. 


General  Tariff. 


30,403 
511,416 
293,962 
12,206 
600 
^7.2W 
5,726 
251,779 

474, 192 

18,292 

1,168 
25,445 
502 
14,055 
184,503 
6,032 
760  710 
8,625 

22,623 
18,741 
51,784 


6,371 


88,397 


359,163 


4.440,073 


154,199 

10,632 

567,206 

82,937 
1,735,122 
664 
8,929 
20 
1,965 
20,801 


Value. 


Quantity 


Value. 


1,495 
21,826 
12,520 
1,068 
121 
10, 304 j 
27,676! 
321,548 

47,791 

7,219 

405 
2,380 
6,707 
2,829 
4,548 
363 
10,171 
1,608 

1,912 
1,545 
3,594 


537 

9,088 

19,642 

243,444 
8,351 

12,112 

1,322 

32,067 

3,686 
155,961 
342 
9,197 
11 

1,297 
14,075 

34.101 


365 
2,756 
6,010 
12,206 
600 
31.405 
5,726 
251,779 

455,610 

14,884 

1,168 
26,504 
502 
1,630 
578 
6,032 
754,620 
8,625 

7,841 
20,684 
22,510 


6,013 
39,888 
31,538 
355,876 


153,335 

12,674 

557,291 

39,606 
880,914 
664 
8,903 
20 
1,952 
19,312 


31 
2S0 
649 
1,068 
12 
3,308 
27,676 
321,548 

47,318 

6,322 

405 
2,488 
6,707 

262 
70 

363 
9,922 
1,608 

824 
1,665 
1,812 


Duty. 


S  cts. 


3  65 
27  56 
60  10 
122  06 
6  00 
992  40 
6,919  00 
25, 177  90 

13,668  30 

744  20 

58  40 
746  40 
1,676  75 
78  60 
5  78 
60  32 
7,546  20 
86  25 

247,20 
206  84 
225  10 


1,383,683' 


470 

360 

78 

3,150 

1,794 

96 

2,756 

1,103 

83 

21,590 

8,896 

91 

3,013 

1,054 

55 

11,924 

1,533 

35 

1,468 

126 

74 

30,321 

5,572 

91 

2,785 

396 

06 

71,310 

21,393 

00 

342 

76 

95 

9,147 

2,058 

19 

11 

2 

47 

1,275 

286 

88 

13,038 

2,933 

61 

33,559 

8,389 

75 

862,401 

154,062  04 

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Entered  tor  Home  Consumption. 


Preferential  Tariff. 

Treaty  Rates. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity 

Value. 

Duty. 

on  noe 
OU , Uoo 

1,004 

8,000 

f 
• 

1  4fi4 
I ,  *±\rt 

72 
384 

$  lib. 

XO\f   l  a 

5  02 

4n  nn 
4u  uu 

It 

54,177 

6,676 

1,168  42 

2,400 

192 

72  00 



50 

6 

1  05 

6,000 

917 

160,48 

230 

15 

1  15 

1  7  CCQ 

1,053 
29,274 

1  CiQ 

17,888 

OQ    1  £9 

OO, lo2 

720,089 

1   1 77 

115 
1,782 

O 

1,309 

2,380 

29,096 
793 

228 

5  27 
146  37 

o  to 

447  20 

763  24 

9,001  11 
158  60 

8  72 

9  i  319 

989  873 

3,530,405 

14,  040 

209,220 
4,919 

Q79  4ft 
0,00/  "iD 

70,608  10 
1,475  70 

1,742 

16,252 

10,109 
881,262 

2,076 

290 
84,600 

81  27 

50  54 
14,805  51 

76 

121 

15  13 

13 
4 

22 
3 

533 

2  76 
0  38 

79  95 

165,795 

30,108  90  

232,900      78,713  74 

Total. 


Quantity 

Value. 

Duty 
Collected. 

$ 

$  cts. 

30,403 

1,495 

153  84 

1 

3, 7ol) 

352 

32  58 

2 

14,010 

1,033 

100  10 

3 

12,206 

1,068 

122  06 

4 

600 

12 

6  00 

5 

85,582 

9,984 

2,160  82 

6 

5,  726 

27, 6/6 

6,919  00 

7 

251,779 

321,548 

25, 177  90 

8 

455,610 

47,318 

13,668  30 

9 

17,284 

6,514 

816  20 

10 

1,168 

405 

58  40 

11 

26,554 

2,494 

747  45 

12 

502 

6,707 

1,676  75 

13 

7,630 

1,179 

239  08 

14 

578 

70 

5  78 

15 

6,032 

363 

60  32 

10 

754,850 

9, 937 

7,547  35 

17 

8,625 

1,608 

86  25 

18 

25,730 

2,001 

453  20 

19 

21, 737 

1, 780 

212  11 

20 

51,784 

3,594 
■ 

371  47 

21 

6,121 

475 

364  56 

22 

82,088 

8,575 

3,214  64 

23 

352,573 

19,781 

7,524  53 

24 

4,606,370 

259,906 

88,506  12 

25 

8,725 

2,688  85 

26 

155,077 

12,152 

1,542  07 

27 

12,674 

1,468 

126  74 

28 

573,543 

32,397 

5,654  18 

29 

49,715 

3,075 

446  60 

30 

1,762,176 

155,910 

36,198  51 

31 

664 

342 

76  95 

32 

8,979 

9,268 

2,073  32 

33 

20 

11 

2  47 

34 

1,965 

1,297 

289  64 

35 

19,316 

13,041 

2,933  99 

36 

34,092 

8,469  70 

37 

1,261,096 

262,884  68 

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No.  14. — Summary  Statement  of  Foreign  Merchandise 


Total  Imports. 


G 


7 
8 

9 
10 
11 
12 

13 
14 
15 
16 
17 
18 


19 
20 


21 


22 


Articles. 


Dutiable  Goods — Con. 

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

Bags  or  sacks  of  hemp,  linen  or  jute.  .  $ 
Canvas  of  hemp  or  flax,  for  ships'  sails  S 
Carpeting,  rugs,  matting  and  mats  of 

hemp  or  jute  ,  ■  $ 

Embroideries  and  lace  of  linen,  white 

and  cream  coloured   $ 

Sail  twine  of  flax  or  hemp  to  be  used 

for  boats'  and  ships'  sails  Lbs. 

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

Handkerchiefs   $ 

Horse  clothing  of  jute,  shaped  or  other- 
wise manufactured   $ 

Towels   I 

Fabrics,  brown  or  bleached  Yds. 

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

Tailors'  hollands  of  linen  and  towelling 

in  the  web  

Linen  clothing,  n.o.p   $ 

Linen  blouses  and  shirt  waists   $ 

Linen  thread,  n.o.p   Lbs 

Shirts  of  linen   Doz. 

Tapestry,  jute   $ 

Jute  cloth,  uncoloured,  not  further 
finished  than  cropped,  bleached, 

mangled  or  calendered  Yds. 

Fabrics  of  flax,  printed,  dyed  or  col- 
oured, n.o.p  

Other  manufactures  of  hemp,  or  flax, 
or  of  which  hemp  or  flax  is  the  com- 
ponent material  of  chief  value,  n.o.p.  $ 
Manufactures  of  jute,  n.o.p   $ 


Quantity 


Value. 


General  Tariff. 


16,242 


23 
24 
25 
26 
27 
28 
29 
30 
31 
32 
33 

34 

35 
36 


1,004,002 
3,471,374 

2,528,015 


336,511 
452 


292,693 
16,751 

72,649 

7,699 

3,221 


1,062,905 
250,741 

5,498 
219,253 
125,138 
279,536 

182,411 
18,805 
550 
231,169 
3,696 
273 


32,019,439 
323,824 


1,219,620 
32,832 


40,556 
259, 138 


Total,  flax,  hemp  and  jute  I  4,325, 134 


Foundry  facings  of  all  kinds. 


Fruits,  including  nuts,  viz: — 

Dried  apples  

Currants  

Dates  

Figs  

Prunes  and  plums  unpitted  

Raisins  

All  other,  dried  fruits,  n.o.p  

Almonds,  shelled  

Almonds,  not  shelled  

Brazil  nuts,  not  shelled  

Pecans,  not  shelled  and  shelled  peanuts 

n.o.p  

Walnuts,  not  shelled  

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

All  other  nuts,  shelled  


Lbs. 


20,612 


Quantity  Value. 


257,977 
13,015,701 
3,118,558 
5,218,214 
13,522,373 
24,329,146 
4,136,715 
930,730 
1,042,772 
369,641 

4,184,167 
1,584,480 
6,424,550 
2,425,345 


27,449 
697, 275 
173,665 
229,238 
896,870 
1,560,718 
358,055 
231,782 
105,370 

38,683 

224,932 
160,743 
366,302 
524, 172 


16,242 


68,110 
226, 138 

41,697 


11,233 
214 


1,382,129 
14,735 


279,688 
12.756,897 
3,260,954 
5,500,731 
12,950,053 
23,846,500 
4,130,756 
62,450 
1,010,348 
382,407 

4,074,170 
1,559,266 
6,443,501 
317,914 


84,209 

16,841  80 

16,751 

837  55 

11,517 

2,879  25 

2,226 

445  20 

3,221 

161  05 

200,235 
4,987! 

5,249i 
11,343! 

8,158 
18,258 

4,403 
13,735 
326 
7,877 
1,866 


66,109 
2,209 


26,3591 
24,348 


513,386    125,848  35 


19.384 


29,887 
684,395 
175, 227 
240,052 
860,405 
1,526,238 
362,438 

14,754 
103,034 

39,623 

225,4871 
158,486! 
360, 248 
70,2481 


81,483  40 
31,185  32 
128,870  02 
12,716  56 


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Imported  into  Canada,  &c. — Continued. 


107 


Entered  for  Home  Consumption. 


Preferential  Tariff. 

Treaty  Rates. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity 

Value. 

Uuty. 

Quantity 

$ 

204,843 

%  cts. 
30,726  45 

t 
« 

$  cts. 

48,259 
4,076 

8,445  44 
509  54 

11,919 

1  007 
1,  o\)l 

2,681  80 

OAA  £1 
.44  01 

16,242 

855,878 
213,848 

249 
203,884 
115,562 
263,890 

178,553 
3,858 
224 

OOA    1 Crt 

1,  OlO 

O70 
ltd 

1,149,593 
30,682 

13,897 
236,687 

171,175  60 
53,462  00 

49  80 
40,776  80 
20,224  04 
39,583  50 

31,247  67 
964  50 
56  00 

OQ    COO   J  7 
07Q  7C 
ACi  (\K 

4u  yo 

86,219  43 
7,670  50 

3,474  25 
35,503  05 

OO  1 

zo, oil 

7   RA'X  OA 

931,035 
3,268,458 

2,692,511 

999,145 
3  494  596 

2  734  208 

1,557 

506  04 

OOA   1 OG 

1  77 
III 

C    1 0A 
0,  180 

6 

o,  123 
29 

702  66 

It  Act 

9  42 

336  611 
394 

OA  C01  1AA 

OU,  J_i , 144 

310,242 

31,903,273 
324,977 

3,745,940 

569,037  74 

41,536 

11,785  63 

1,228 

184  20 

279,688 
12,756,897 
3,260,954 
5,501,373 
12,950,053 
23,846,500 
4,141,506 
930,077 
1,012,470 
382,407 

4,074,170 
1,559,266 
6,458,656 

642 

77 

2  58 

10,750 
19,511 
2,122 

327|           57  23 
5,500!         585  33 
565           37  14 

848,116 

209,569 

28,270  40 

15, 155 

OA  HO 

963 

265  21 

Total. 


Value. 


289,052 
16,751 

71,695 

7,699 

3,221 


1,056,113 
242,346 

5,498 
215,227 
123,720 
282,148 

182,956 
19,150 
550 
231,169 
3,410 
273 


1,215,702 
32,891 


40,256 
261,035 


4,300,862 


20,612 


29,887 
684,395 
175,227 
240,129 
860,405 
1,526,238 
362,765 
229,823 
103,599 

39,623 

225,487 
158.486 
361,211 
512.924 


Duty 
Collected. 


$  cts. 

47,568  25 
837  55 

14,006  49 

1,199  25 

161  05 


231,246  10 

62,848  65 

1,624  50 

44, 179  70 

22,263  54 

44,148  00 

32,348  42 

6,277  79 

170  10 

41.201  38 

1,041  27 

40  95 


92,830  33 
8,388  45 


12,699  90 
41,590  05 


706,671  72 


5.030  20 


7,471  75 
85,046  04 
17,935  18 
30,256  66 
86,333  84 
158,976  74 
90,666  73 
31,353  73 
20,244  10 

7,648  14 


9 
10 

u 

12 
13 
L4 
15 
16 
17 


18 
19 


20 
21 


23 
24 
25 
26 
27 
28 
29 
30 
31 
32 


81,483  40  33 
31,185  32j34 
129,135  23  35 
78,949  20|36 


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3  GEORGE  V.,  A.  1913 

No.  14. — Summary  Statement  of  Foreign  Merchandise 


Total  Imports. 


1 

2 

3 
4 

5 
6 
7 
8 
9 

10 
11 

12 


13 


14 


15 
16 


Articles. 


General  Tariff. 


Quantity 


17 


18 
19 


20 
21 


22 

23 
24 


Dutiable  Goods — Con. 

Fruits,  including  nuts — Con. 

Green  apples  Brls. 

Blackberries,  gooseberries,  raspberries 
and  strawberries,  n.o.p   Lbs. 

Cherries  

Cranberries  Bush 

Currants   Lbs. 

Grapes  

Peaches  

Plums  _  Bush 

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

All  other,  n.o.p...   S 

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

Fruits,  preserved  in  brandy  or  pre- 
served in  other  spirits,  and  contain- 
ing not  more  than  40  p.c.  of  proof 
spirits,  &c  Galls. 

Fruits,  preserved  in  brandy,  &c,  &c, 
containing  more  than  40  p.c.  of  proof 
spirits   " 


195,793 

3,005,836 
514.423 
31,924 
1.960 
6,310,577 
8,973.310 
97,293 

8,973,426 


Total,  fruits  and  nuts. 


Furniture,  house,  office,  cabinet  or  store 
furniture  of  wood,  iron  or  other  mate- 
rial, in  parts  or  finished   % 


Furs  and  manufactures  of,  viz.: — 
Fur  skins  wholly  or  partially  dressed, 

n.o.p   t 

Caps,  hats,  muffs,  tippets,  capes,  coats 
and  cloaks  of  fur  and  other  m  anuf ac- 
tures  of  fur,  n.o.p   $ 

Total,  furs  and  manufactures  of  


Fuses,  non-metallic   $ 


Glass  and  manufactures  of — 

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

Glass  balls,  and  cut  ,  pressed  or  moul- 
ded, crystal  glass  tableware,  blown 
glass  tableware,  and  other  cut  glass 
ware   $ 

Lamp  chimneys,  glass  shades  or 
globes   $ 

Ornamental  figured  and  enamelled  col- 
oured glass  and  memorial  or  other 
ornamental  window  glass,  n.o.p   $ 

Painted  or  vitrified,  chipped,  figured, 
enamelled  and  obscured  white  glassSq.  ft. 

Common  and  colourless  window  glass 

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


9,353,099 


263 


L5 


684,589 

340,419 
67,101 
99, 395 
211 
356,114 
300, 052 
240.051 

295,404 
28,384 

568,361 


928 


3,000,833 
514,154 
31,903 
1,960 
6,302,979 
8,970,646 
97,246 

8,964,080 


Duty. 


S  cts. 


195,069      681,086      78,027  60 


5,372,696 


307 


15 


8,576,361 


1,755,513  . 


232,674 
45,704,864 

2,094,556 


1,007,628 


539,824 


1,547,452 


124,475 


468,987 

537,764 
325,560 

49,052 

15,851  44,367 
1,111,466  33,320,556 

149,058  1,054,568 


339,844 
67,034 
99,353 
211 
355,524 
299,9131 
239,916| 

294,927 
27,957 


60.016  66 
10,283  08 
24,838  25 
39  20 
126,059  58 
89,706  46 
29, 173  80 

44,820  51 
6,989  25 


313,308    120,885  84 


1,066 


98 


533  00 


65  40 


7,570,759  1,352,674  16 


1,539,837 


S30.644 


252,250 


1,082,894 


461,951  10 


124,596  60 


75,675  00 


200,271  60 


8,140 


399,680 


1,628  00 


129,898  39 


512,823  166,671  12 
320,790    104,257  26 


9,288 

3,271 
776,794 


2,322  00 

817  75 
97, 100  39 


76,558      19,139  50 


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SESSIONAL  PAPER  No.  11 
Imported  into  Canada,  &c. — Continued. 


109 


Entered  for  Home  Consumption. 


Preferential  Tariff. 


Value. 


Treaty  Rates. 


Total. 


Duty.  Quantity 


$  cts. 


37 


549 
135,136 


147,068 


175,453 


145,603 


5  25 


96  08 
40,505  22 


Vali 


Duty. 


cts. 


1,078,344 


42,338  48 


35,090  60 


14,560  30 


285,166      57,033  20 


430,769      71,593  50 


116,914 


14,614  37 


78,925      15,785  00 


26,707 
2,120 

39, 764 

12,580 
334,676 

72,500 


5,341  40 
424  00 

6,958  80 

2,201  54 
25,100  82 

12,687  57 


86,679 


735,010 


21,566  88 


Quantity 


195,069 

3,000,833 
514,154 
31,903 
1,960 
6,303,329 
8,970,646 
97,246 

8,964,080 


Value. 


Duty 

(  'ollected. 


9,151,377 


307 


15 


115,285  48 


35,408 


9,737  39 


681,086 

339,844 
67,034 
99,353 
211 
355,561 
299,913 
239,916 

294,927 
28,506 

535, 123 


1,066 


98 


8,452,837 


1,750,698 


$  cts. 


78,027  60 

60,016  66 
10,283  08 
24,838  25 
39  20 
126,064  83 
89,706  46 
29,173  80 

44,820  51 
7,085  33 

182,957  94 


533  00 


65  40 


1,510,298  12 


506,779  09 


976,247 


537,416 


1,513,663 


125,054 


232,674 
45,704,964 

2,094,556 


478,605 

539,530 
322,910 

49,052 

15,851 
1,111,470 

149,058 


139,156  90 


132,708  20 


271,865  10 


16,242  37 


9 
10 

11 


145,683  39 

172,012  52 
104,681  26 

9,280  80 

3,019  29 
122,201  21 

31,827  07 


12 
13 

14 

15 
16 

17 

18 

19 
20 

21 

22 
23 

24 


1] 

1 

2 

3 
4 

(i 

7 

8 

1 

10 

11 
12 
13 
14 

15 

16 
17 
IS 

19 

20 

2] 


CUSTOMS  DEPARTMENT  i 

3  GEORGE  V.  A.  1913 

No.  14. — Summary  Statement  of  Foreign  Merchandise 


Articles. 


Dutiable  Goods — Con. 

Glass  and  manufactures  of — Con. 

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

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

Plate  glass,  n.o.p   " 

Plate  glass,  bevelled,  n.o.p   " 

German  looking  glass  (thin  plate), 
unsilvered  or  for  silvering   % 

Silvered  glass,  bevelled  or  not,  framed 
or  not  framed   $ 

Stained  or  ornamental  glass  windows.  f 

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

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

Total,  glass  and  manufactures  of  


Total  Imports. 


Quantity 


1,820.067 


1,115,979 
1,482,286 
6,060 


Value. 


Gloves  and  mitts  of  all  kinds   .? 


Gold  and  Silver,  manufactures  of: — 
Gold,  silver  and  aluminium  leaf, Dutch 

or  Schlag  metal  leaf  

Manufactures    of    gold  and  silver, 


$ 


n.o.p   $ 


Electro-plated  ware  and  gilt  ware, 

n.o.p  

Sterling  or  other  silverware,  n.o.p  


Total  gold  and  silver  manufactures  of. 


Grease,  axle  Lbs. 


Gunpowder  and  other  explosives,  &c. — 
Gun,  rifle,  sporting  &  cannister  powder  " 

Blasting  and  mining  powder   " 

Giant  powder,  nitro,  nitro-glycerine 

and  other  explosives,  n.o.p   " 

Gun, rifle  and  pistol  cartridges,  or  other 

ammunition,  n.o.p   $ 

Gun  wads,  percussion  caps,  primers 

and  cartridge  cases   % 

Gun  or  pistol  covers  or  cases,  game 

bags,  loading  tools,  and  cartridge 

belts  of  any  material   $ 

Total,  gun  powder  and  explosives  


288,466 


199,466 
367,776 
1,105 

110 

105,120 
19,381 

53,851 


387,791 


4,080,804 


1,877,986 


65,409 

46,968 

517  358 
245, 002 


3,478,649 


114,559 
1,080,368 

965,716 


874,737 


171,411 


64,362 
86, 203 

174,249 

1,123,247 

14,647 

38,398 


1,501,106 


General  Tariff. 


Quantity  Value. 


1,129,379  187,346 


45,062 
489,347 
4,860 


7,903 
109,546 
765 

110 

63,154 
10,346 

46,763 


296,268      66,661  98 


3,463,214 


SI, 109 
592,368 

659,319 


2,821,405 


717,288    251,050  80 


57,941 

24,762 

217,535 
99,721 


399,959    135,640  69 


170,603      34,120  60 


47,205 
36,659 

80,868 

286, 723 

12,875 

8,921 


473,251 


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Imported  into  Canada,  &c. 


TRADE  AND  NAVIGATION 
— Continued. 


Ill 


Entered  for  Home  Consumption. 


Preferential  Tariff. 

Treaty  Rates. 

Total. 

Quantity . 

Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity 

Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity  |  Value. 

| 

Duty 
Collected. 

690,688 

746, 166 
992,939 
1,200 

I 

101,120 

132,242 
258,230 
340 

$  cts. 

7,584  18 

19,836  30 
58,101  99 
76  50 

$ 

$  cts. 

1,820,067 

1      lit  ATA 

1,115,9/9 
1,482,286 

O    A/?  A 

6,060 

$ 

288,466 

199,466 
367,776 
1,105 

110 

104,773 
19,381 

53,851 
388,312 

$  cts. 

26,318  78 

36,839  99 
96,443  09 

324,751 

59,321 

14,830  25 

344  25 

22  00 

33,322  36 
4,910  80 

12,931  21 
83,535  53 

16,900 
9,035 

7,088 
30,705 

3,802  76 
1,807  00 

1,240  46 
4,605  75 

24,719 

7,415  70 

61,339 

12,267  80 

1,122,932 

165,554  07 

145,379 

34,513  75 



4,089,716    883,373  55 

535,064 

120,390  68 

640,953 

192,285  90 

1,893,305 

563,727  38 

5,844 

20,555 

285,440 
139,629 

876  60 

4,625  01 

64,224  41 
31,416  99 

1,247 

1,651 

13,988 
5,031 

311  75 

495  30 

4,196  40 
1,509  30 



65,032 

46,968 

516,963 
244,381 

17, 122  74 

13,787  01 

144,558  06 
67,828  64 



451,468 

101,143  01 

21,917 

6,512  75 

873,344 

243,296  45 

10,094 

695 

86  89 

3,473,308 

171,298 

34,207  49 

33,300 
488,000 

306,397 

17,127 
49,544 

93,381 

836,211 

1,710 

29,477 

666  00 
6,506  68 

5,361  97 

167,242  20 

342  00 

5,895  40 

114,409 
1,080,368 

965,716 

64,332 
86,203 

174,249 

1,122,934 

14,585 

38,398 

3,099  27 
18,354  04 

21,844  98 

253,259  10 

4,204  50 

8,571  70 

1,027,450 

186,014  25 

1,500,701 

309,333  59 

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3  GEORGE  V.,  A.  1913 
No.  14. — Summary  Statement  of  Foreign  Merchandise 


Articles. 


Dutiable  Goods — Con. 

Gutta  pereha  and  India-rubber,  manu- 
factures of — 

Boots  and  shoes   $ 

Belting   $ 

Clothing  and  clothing  made  water- 
proof with  india-rubber   S 

Hose,  including  cotton  or  linen,  lined 

with  rubber   $ 

Packing,  mats  and  matting   § 

Tires  of  rubber  for  vehicles  of  all  kinds  ? 
Rubber  cement  and  all  manufactures 
of  india-rubber  and  gutta-percha, 

n.o.p   § 

Rubber,  hard,  unfinished,  in  tubes,  for 
the  manufacture  of  fountain  pens   $ 


Total  Imports. 


Quantity 


Value. 


General  Tariff. 


Quantity  Value. 


Duty. 


47,803 
86,164 

677,410 

104,353 
74,627 
908,924 


861,343 
7,177  . 


40, 667 
47,341 

35,426 

100,546 
71,277 
738,377 


70S, 644 
7,177 


$  cts. 


10, 166  75 
13,018  91 

12,399  10 

35,191  10 
24,946  95 
258,431  95 


194,879  78 
717  70 


Total,  gutta-percha  and  manufactures   2,767  801    1,749,455    549,752  24 


Hair  and  manufactures  of,  not  otherwise 
provided  for — 

Braids,  chains  or  cords   $ 

Curled  or  dyed,  n.o.p  Lbs. 

Hair  cloth  of  all  kinds   $ 

Other  manufactures,  of  n.op   $ 

Total,  hair  and  manufactures  of  


104. 67S 


5S5 
55, 154 
56.453 
92,571 

204,763 


97,113 


Hats,  caps  and  bonnets,  n.o.p. — 

Beaver,  silk  or  felt   S 

Straw,  grass,  chip  or  other  material, 

n.o.p  

Hat,  cap  and  bonnet  shapes,  and  hat 

and  bonnet  crowns   S 

Total,  hats,  caps,  &c  


Hay.....  Tons. 

Honey,  in  the  comb  or  otherwise,  and 

imitations  thereof   Lbs. 

Hops   Lbs. 

Ink,  writing   $ 

Ink,  printing   $ 


Total,  inks. 


Iron  and  manufactures  of,  steel  and  man- 
ufactures of,  or  both  combined — 
Agricultural  implements,  n.o.p.,  viz.: — 

Binding  attachments   $ 

Cultivators  and  weeders   No. 

Drills,  seed  

Farm,  road  or  field  rollers  

Forks,  pronged  

Harrows  

Harvesters,  self-binding  

Hay  loaders  


1,713,967 
2,069,517| 
96,976 


379 
46,884i 
7,646 
6S.419 


132  65 
9,376  80 
2,293  80 
23,946  65 


123,328      35,749  90 


718,874 
1,092,103 
52.054 


251.605  90 
382,236  05 
18,218  90 


3,880.460    1.863,031    652.060  85 


19,789      307,429       19.721  305,350 


450,593 
1,491.775 


41,427  221,170 
637,453  1,197,378; 


50.677 
97,146 


27.727 
525,409 

25.045 
79,526' 


147,823 


104,571 


6,895 
7,042 
212 
10,762 
11,763 
2,531 
796 


26,327 

67.253 
349,618 

56.374 
5,802 
143,546 
264,890 

39,643 


39.442  00 

6,635  10 
83.816  46 

6,261  25 
15,905  20 


22,166  45 


6,822 
7,040 
95 
9,775 
11,759 
2,531 
796 


26,327 

67,0881 
349.266 

34,781 
5,309] 
143,507| 
264,8901 

39, 643 i 


4,607  28 
13,417  60 
69,853  20 

8,695  25 

1,194  73 
28,701  40 
46,355  95 

9,910  75 


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SESSIONAL  PAPER  No.  11 
Imported  into  Canada,  &c. — Continued. 


113 


Entered  for  Home  Consvmption. 


Preferential  Tariff. 


Treaty  Rates. 


Total. 


Quantity, 


Value. 


7,610 
36,089 


Duty, 


Quantity 


$  cts. 


1,141  50 
7,217  80 


642,604    144,586  87 


4.732 
2,783 
152,503 


1,064  79 
626  14 
34,313  45 


140,366      21,054  90 


,687    210,005  45 


5,358 


213,189 
177,104 


206 
8,165 
48,588 
23,002 


46  35 
1,020  77 
9,717  60 
5,175  78 


79,961      15,960  50 


998,040    224,560  63 
969,984    218,247  55 
46,706      10,509  07 


2,014,730    453,317  25 


12,895, 
73,762 


4,263  78 
7,084  16 


21,371 
17,439 


3,205  65 
2,179  98 


38,810       5,385  63 


1 

117 

987, 
4 


115 

233 
21,593 
493 
39 


14  37 
29  13 
3,238  95. 
73  95, 
4  I 


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Value.  Duty. 


Quantity 


$  $  cts. 


12,024 


3,006  00 


12,024       3,006  00 


102,471 


19,721 

434,359 
1,374,482 


Value. 


48,277 
83,430 

678,030 

105,278 
74,060 
890,880 


861,034 
7,177 


2,748,166 


585 
55,049 
56,234 
91,421 


203,289 


1,716  914 
2,062,087 


Duty 
Collected. 


%  cts. 


11,308  25  1 
20,236  71  2 


156,985  97 

36,255  89 
25,573  09 
292,745  40 


218,940  68 
717  70 


762,763  69 


179  00 
10,397  57 
12,011  40 
29, 122  43 


51,710  40 


476, 166  53 
600,483  60 


98,760      28,727  97 


3,877,761  1,105,378  10 


4,261 
224 


4,485 


958  77 
39  21 


997  98 


305,350 

40,622 
599,171 


50,677 
97,189 


39,442  00 

10,898  88 
90,900  62 


147,866 


6,894 
7,042 
212 
10,762 
11,763 
2,531 
796 


26,327 

67,203 
349,499 

56,374 
5,802 
143  546 
264,890 

39,643 


10,425  67 
18,124  39 


28,550  06 


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10 
11 
12 


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14 
15 

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17 
18 

19 
20 


4,607  28 
13,431  97 
69,882  33 
11,934  20 

1,268  68 
28,706  28  2(3 
46,355  95  27 

9,910  75,2g 


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CUSTOMS  DEPARTMENT 


3  GEORGE  V.,  A.  1913 
No.  14. — Summary  .Statement  of  Foreign  Merchandise 


Articles. 


Dutiable  Goods — Con. 

Iron  and  steel — (  on. 
Agricultural  implements — Con. 

Hav  tedders   No. 

Hoes   " 

Horse  rakes   " 

Knives,  hay  or  straw   " 

Knives,  edging.   " 

Lawn  mowers   " 

Manure  spreaders   " 

Mowing  machines   " 

Ploughs   " 

Post  hole  diggers   " 

Potato  diggers   " 

Rakes,  n.o.p   " 

Reapers   " 

Scythes   Doz. 

Sickles  or  reaping  hooks   " 

Snaths   " 

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

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

Parts  of  agricultural  implements 
paying  \2y2  p.c,  17H  P-f  -  and  17lA 
p.c   $ 

Parts  of  agricultural  implements 
paying  12}4  P-c,  17}^  PC.  and  20p.c.  S 

All  other  agricultural  implements, 

n.o.p   $ 

Anvils  and  vises   $ 

Cart  or  wagon  skeins  or  boxes   Lbs. 

Springs,  n.o.p.,  and  parts  thereof,  of 

iron  or  steel,  for  railway,  tramway 

or  other  vehicles  Cwt. 

Axles  and  axle  parts,  n.o.p.,  and  axle 

blanks  and  parts  thereof  of  iron  or 

steel,  for  railway,  tramway  or  other 

vehicles   " 

Bar  iron  or  steel,  rolled,  whether  in 

coils,  bundles,  rods  or  bars,  compris- 
ing rounds,  ovals,  squares  and  flats, 

n.o.p   " 

Butts  and  hinges,  n.o.p   $ 

Canada  plates,  Russia  iron,  terne  plate 

and  rolled  sheets  of  iron  or  steel 

coated  with  zinc,  spelter  or  other 

metal,  of  all  widths  or  thicknesses, 

n.o.p  Cwt. 

Castings,  iron  or  steel,  n.o  p   $ 

Cast  iron  pipe  of  every  descripf'on  . . .  Cwt. 

Cast  scrap  iron  Tons. 

Chains,  coil  chain,  chain  links  and 

chain  shackles,  of  iron  or  steel  5-16 

of  an  inch  in  diameter  and  over  Cwt. 

Chains,  n.o.p   $ 

Tacks,  shoe   Lbs. 

Nails,  brads,  spikes  and  tacks  of  all 

kinds,  n.o.p   " 

Engines,  &e. — 

Locomotives  for  railways   No. 


Total  Imports. 


Quantity  Value. 


104 
8,481 
999 
13,226 
24 

12,8431 
349 1 
2,116 
42,338 
3,929 
866  i 
15,425 
1,380 
2,977 
297 
19 


4,360 
2,332 
30,448 
2,311 
93 

4!».>4:i 
27,594 
79, 539 
1,352,214 
4,378 
17,083 
3, 761 
75,4.55 
12,308 
843 
81 


10,069  31,615 
3,382  5,774 


530,356 


12,701 


72,320 


425,140 

1,057,680 

107,500 
78,204 
20,987 

63,042 
289, S00 


2,104,505  2,948,486 
  109,322 


90,195  213,229 

  1,102,096 

416,449  490,944 

35,718  422,925* 


65,634 
"'32,'  608 
1,405,055 
152 


General  Tariff. 


Quantity 


Value.  Duty. 


t  S  cts. 


104 

7,573 
999 
12,269 
24 
12,771 
349 
2,116 
42,357 
3,929 
841 
15,425 
1,380 
2,381 
38 
19 

3,964 

14 


529,656 


12,386 


62,013 


4,360 
2,094 
30.44S 
2,057 
93 

48,862 
27,594 
79,539 
1,351,890 
4,378 
16, 754 
_3,761 
75,455 
9,986 
118 
81 

19,144 
42 


407,942 
1,057,730 


96,905 
36,320 
20,959 


1,090  00 

471  23 

6,089  60 

462  84 

20  93 

15,880  66 

5,518  80 

13,919  52 

270,378  00 

1,094  50 

4,188  50 

846  38 

13,204  65 

2,246  93 
26  57 

20  25 

6,222  05 

13  65 


71,390  26 

211,546  00 

24,226  25 
10,896  00 
5,239  75 


62,314     21,809  90 


251,505      SS.026  75 


1,797,490  2,437,570 
  107, 100 


90, 195 


213,229 
1,015,548 
64,916  98,906 
25,440  302,579 


159,288       31,207  88,195 

113,425    80,283 

31,743  2,918 


2,986 
47,277 
495,195 


1,380,826 
144 


45,514 
415,195 


629,121  50 
32,130  00 


10,661  45 
279,278  29 
25,966  40 
63,600  00 


8,819  50 
24,084  90 
1,021  30 

15,929  90 

145,318  25 


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SESSIONAL  PAPER  No.  11 

Imported  into  Canada,  &c. — Continued. 


115 


Entered  for  Home  Consumption. 


Preferential  Tariff. 


Quantity. 


Value.  Duty. 


908 


957 


72 


13 


25 


596 
259 


6,162 
3,368 


700 


144 


9,763 


306,776 


351,533 
9,391 


26,761 


845 
22,949 


$  cts. 


238 
2.54 
981 


35  70 


Treaty  Rates. 


Quantity 


38  10 


196  20 


433 

329  j 


54  13 


49  35 


2,322; 
725 


348  30 
108  75 


12,861 
5,732 

642 
50 

10,595 
41,834 

28 

533 
31,580 


510,070 
1,439 


2,572  20 
1,146  40 

80  25 

6  25 

1,589  25 
8,366  80 
5  60 

119  93 
7,105  54 


65,191  28 
287  SO 


73,949 
392,038 
103,575 


69,425 
32,020 
65 

1,700 


11,092  35 
105,459  90 
14,086  50 


3,471  25 
6,404  00 
13  00 

340  00 


Value. 


50 


Duty. 


13  75 


82 


22  55 


Total. 


Quantity 


104 
8,481 
999 
13,226 
24 
12,843 
349 
2,116 
42,370 
3,929 
866 
15,425 
1,380 
2,977 
297 
19 

10,126 
3,382 


Value. 


Duty 
Collected. 


530,356 


4,360 
2,332 
30,448 
2,311 

93 

49,843 
27,594 
79,539 
1,352,323 
4,378 
17,083 
3,761 
75,455 
12.30S 
843 
81 

32,005 
5,774 


408,584 

1,057,780 

107,500 
78,204 
20,987 


12,530  62,847 


71,776 


?,  104,266 


90, 195 


416,449 
34,831 


57,968 


32,588 
1,403,775 
144 


283,085 


2,947,640 
108,539 


213,229 
1,089,497 
490,944 
406, 154 


157,620 
112,385 
2,983 

47,214 

415,195 


$  cts. 


1,090  00 
5C6  93 
6,089  60 
500  94 
20  93 
16,076  86 
5,518  80 
13,919  52 
270,432  13 
1,094  50 
4,237  85 
846  38 
13,204  65 
2,595  23 
135  32 
20  25 

8,794  25 

1,160  05 

71,470  51 
211,552  25 


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19 
20 


25.815  50  21 
19,276  55  22 
5,245  35  23 


21.929  83 


95,132  29 


24 


25 


694,312  78  26 
32,417  80  27 


10,661  45  2S 
290,370  64  29 
131,426  30  30 

77,686  50  31 


12,290  75  32 

30,511  4.5  33 

1,034  30,34 

16,269  90  35 

145,318  25  36 


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CUSTOMS  DEPARTMEXT  i 

3  GEORGE  V..  A.  1913 

No.  14. — Summary  Statement  of  Foreign  Merchandise 


Articles. 


Total  Imports. 


Quantity 


Value. 


49 

00 


Dcti\ble  Goods — Con. 

Iron  and  steel — Con. 

Engines — Con. 

Locomotive  parts   $ 

Motor  cars  for  railways  and  tram- 
ways  No. 

Engines,  fire  

Engines,  gasoline  

Engines,  steam  

Boilers,  steam  

Boilers,  n.o.p  :  ■  • 

Fire  extinguishing  machines,  including 
sprinklers  for  fire  protection   $ 

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

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

Ferro-silicon,  spiegeleisen  and  ferro- 
manganese   " 

Forgings  of  iron  or  steel,  of  whatever 
shape  or  size,  or  in  whatever  stage  of 
manufacture,  n.o.p  ,  and  steel  shaft- 
ing, turned,  compressed  or  polished, 
and  hammered,  drawn  or  cold  rolled 
iron  or  steel  bars  or  shapes,  n.o.p. . .  Lbs. 

Hardware,  viz.: — Builders',  cabinet- 
makers', upholsterers',  harness- 
makers',  saddlers'  and  carriage  hard 
ware,  including  currycombs,  n.o.p  

Horse,  mule  and  ox  shoes  $ 

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

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

Iron  or  steel  bridges  or  parts  thereof, 
iron  or  steel  structural  work,  col- 
umns, shapes  or  sections,  drilled, 
punched,  or  in  any  further  stage  of 
manufacture  than  as  rolled  or  cast, 
n,o.p...   " 

Iron  in  pig  Tons 

Iron  in  pig,  charcoal   " 

Locks  of  all  kinds   $ 

Machines,  machinery,  &c. — 
Automobiles  and  motor  vehicles  of 

all  kinds   No. 

Automobile  and   motor  vehicles, 

parts  of   $ 

Fanning  mills   No. 

Grain  crushers   " 

Windmills    and    complete  parts 
thereof   " 


69,276 


General  Tariff. 


Quantity 


Value. 


Duty. 


$  eta. 


69,276  24,246 


101,1821 
6i  139 

15,439  2, 207! 496 

322  276, 156 

631  236,308 

3,217  247,645 


45  90,004 

22|  21,139 

14,201  1,950,320 

307  230, 126 

490  165,362 

2,642  168,844 


31,501  40 
7,398  65 
536,339  53 
63,284  76 
45,474  71 
46,432  34 


 I  97,422   

11,609,627     689,205  11,302,663 


15.  649 
18,591  436,849 


15 
374 


89,644  31,375  40 
669,427    200,828  10 


649 
15,610 


45  00 
935  00 


2,659,775      158,317  2,544,581      150.709      45,212  70 


1,694,767 


720,101 
21,449 


624.130  187,239  00 
21,326       6,397  80 


1,572,614  1,693,134  1,569,761     211,641  81 


6,520  31 


52,163       52,063       52,163  52,063 


268,396      651,244      201,498,     476,294     166,702  90 
199,412  2,469,760      122,513   1,516,611     306,282  50 
905       10,768  .54  618  135  00 


47S.480 


6,062|  6,551,345 

879,471 
52,230 
1,419 


5,673 


3,648 
78 


1,643  47,436 


3,648 
78 

1,643 


456,436    136,930  80 


6,106,21L2,137,173  85 

852,715'    298,450  25 
52,230'     13,057  50 


l,419j 
47,436 


354  75 
9,487  20 


i  TRADE  AND  NAVIGATION 

SESSIONAL  PAPER  No.  11 

Imported  into  Canada,  &c. — Continued. 


117 


Entered  for      ble  Consumption. 


Preferential  Tariff. 


Treaty  Rates. 


Value. 


11,178 


189,154 
46,754 
70,946 
78,801 

7,778 

19,281 


Duty. 


$  cts. 


2,515  05 


428,160 


28,373  10 

7,013  10 

10,641  90 

11,820  15 

1,750  07 

3,856  20 


Quantity 


26,850  00 


5,319       1,063  80 


77,387 
123 

23,904 


15,477  40 
24  60 

1,793  49 


174,950  39,363  76 
979,248    117,817  50 


22,684 


4,536  80 


293,036      65,933  27 
15,060'  3,388,56 


Value. 


Duty. 


cts. 


63 


508 

111,868 
8,935 


139  72 

33,560  40 
2,680  50 


Total. 


Quantity 


49 
22 
11,558 
325 
631 
3,217 


11,608,325 
15 

18,274 
2,653,175 


Value. 


Duty 
Collected. 


69,276 

101,182 
21,139 
2,139,474 
276,880 
236,308 
247,645 

97,422 

688.70S 


$  cts. 


24,246  60 

34.016  45 
7,398  65 
564,712  63 
70,297  86 
56,116  61 
58,252  49 

33, 125  47 

204,684  30 


649  45  00 

443,770      27,785  00 


156,028 


701,517 
21,449 


1,717,0471  1,593,665 


46,276  50 


10 
11 


12 


202,716  40  13 
6,422  40^14 

213,43.5  30  15 


52,163 


52,063 


6,520  31 


L6 


268,396 

651,244 

206,066  66 

17 

201,058 

2,495,859 

424,100  00 

IS 

54 

618 

135  00 

19 

479,628 

141,607  32 

20 

6,022 

6,511,115 

2,236,667  52 

21 

876,710 

304,519  31 

22 

3,648 

52,230 

13,057  50 

23 

78 

1,419 

354  75 

24 

1,643 

47,436 

9,487  20  25 

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3  GEORGE  V.,  A.  1913 

No.  14. — Summary  Statement  of  Foreign  Merchandise 


Articles. 


Total  Imports. 


Quantity 


Dutiable  Goods — Con. 

Iron  and  steel — Con. 
Machines,  machinery,  &c. — Con. 
Ore  crushers  and  rock  crushers, 
stamp  mills,  Cornish  and  belted 
rolls,  rock  drills,  air  compressors, 
cranes,  derricks  and  percussion 

coal  cutters   $ 

Portable  machines — 

Fodder  or  feed  cutters   No. 

Horse  powers,  for  farm  purposes. ...  " 
Portable  engines  with  boilers  in 
combination,  and  traction  engines, 

for  farm  purposes   " 

Portable  saw-mills  and  planing  mills  " 

Steam  shovels   " 

Threshing  machine  separators   " 

Threshing  machine  separators,  parts 
of,  including  wind  stackers,  bag- 
gers, weighers  and  self-feeders 
therefor  and  finished  parts  thereof 
for  repairs,  when  imported  sepa- 
rately  % 

All  other  portable  machines,  n.o.p., 

and  parts   $ 

Sewing  machines   No. 

Sewing  machines,  parts  of   $ 

Machines,  typewriting   S 

Machines,  type-casting  and  typeset- 
ting and  parts  thereof,  adapted  for 

use  in  printing  offices   " 

Machines  specially  designed  for  ruling, 
folding,  binding,  embossing,  creas- 
ing or  cutting  paper  or  cardboard, 
when  for  use  exclusively  by  printers, 
bookbinders  and  by  manufacturers 
of  articles  made  from  paper  or  card- 
board, including  parts  thereof,  com- 
posed wholly  or  in  part  of  iron,  steel, 

brass  or  wood   " 

Lithographic  presses  and  type-making 

accessories  therefor   S 

Printing  presses   S 

Machinery  of  a  class  or  kind  not  made 
in  Canada  and  parts  thereof  adap- 
ted for  carding,  spinning,  weaving 
braiding  or  knitting  fibrous  mater- 
ial, when  imported  by  manufac- 
turers for  such  purposes   S 

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

specified  in  tariff  item  453   $ 

Machines,  washing   No. 

Nails  and  spikes,  composition  and 

sheathing  nails   Lbs. 

Nails  and  spikes,  cut  (ordinary  build- 
ers') Cwt. 

Railway  spikes   " 

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


453 
13 


3,831 
3 
32 
2,857 


15,489 


16,780 


7,141 

264,986 

9,692 
99,820 
17,493 


Value. 


256,589 

4,521 
2,019 


6.043,723 
626 
183,034 
1,403,713 


660, 206 

40,6871 
333,411 
128,572; 
974, 942 


337,856 


309,722 

105,925 
502,330 


813,935 


15,389,799 
56,036 


General  Tariff. 


Quantity 


16,682 
160,394 
54,916 


Value. 


Duty. 


453 
13 


223,860 

4,521 
2,019 


$  cts. 


3,831  6,021,052 

3  626 

32  183,034 

2,866  1,404,455 


61,561  56 

1,130  25 
403  80 


1,204,210  40 
172  15 
50,334  36 
280,891  00 


14,715 


660,902  132,180  40 

40,580  11,159  69 

316,580  94,974  00 

116,473  34,941  90 

966,603  241,650  75 


309,084 


6,971 


8,981  256,553 


9,668 
99,299 
17,494 


301,441 

105,675 
476,877 


811,310 


13,776,877 
53,328 

7,896 

16,627 
159,300 
54,908 


61,816  80 


30,144  10 

10,567  50 
47,687  70 


81,131  00 


3,788,647  23 
14,665  62 

1,184  40 

4,834  00 
49,649  50 
10,496  40 


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SESSIONAL  PAPER  No.  11 
Imported  into  Canada,  &c. — Continued. 


119 


Entered  for  Home  Consumption'. 


Preferential  Tariff. 

Treaty  Rates. 

Uii  nil  L1  j  • 

^"alue. 

Duty. 

Quantity 

Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity 

$ 

32,729 



$  cts. 

4,909  35 

$ 

$  cts. 

453 
13 

3,857 
3 

32 
2,866 

26 

42,908 

6,436  20 

189 

107 
17,480 
11,744 

261 

28  35 

16  05 
3,496  00 
2,348  80 

45  69 

907 

15,622 

6 

16,673 

8,281 

250 
24,766 

414  05 

12  50 
1,238  30 

• 

1,586,985 
1,375 

1,278 

55 
1.094 

238,047  75 
206  25 

127  80 

7  20 

90 

9,253 

24 
521 

7,061 

265,806 

9,692 
99,820 
17,496 

156  30 
0  80 

2  7 

Total. 


Value. 


256,589 

4,521 
2,019 


Duty 
Collected. 


$  cts. 


66,470  91 

1,130  25 
403  80 


6,063,960  1,210,646  60 


626 
183,034 
1,404,455 


661,091 

40,687 
334,060 
128,217 
966,864 


309,084 


172  15 
50,334  36 
280,891  00 


132, 20S  75 

11,175  74 
98,470  00 
37,290  70 
241,696  44 


61,816  80 


309,722      30,558  15 


105,925 
501,643 


811,310 


10,580  00 
48,926  00 


81,131  00 


15,363,862  4,026,695  03 
54,703      14,871  87 

9,174       1,312  20 


16,682 
160,394 
54,915 


9 
10 
11 
12 


13 


14 

15 
16 


17 


18 
19 

20 


4,841  20  21 
49,805  80|22 
10,497  20  23 


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3  GEORGE  V.,  A.  1913 

No.  14. — Summary  Statement  of  Foreign  Merchandise 


8 
9 

10 

11 

12 


13 
14 

15 


Articles. 


Dutiable  Goods — Con. 

Iron  and  steel — Con 

Pumps,  hand.  n. o.p   No. 

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

Iron  or  steel  railway  bars  or  rails, 
which  have  been  in  use  in  the  tracks 
of  railways  in  Canada,  and  which 
have  been  exported  from  Canada 
and  returned  thereto  after  having 
been  re-rolled,  and  weighing  not 
less  than  56  lbs.  per  lineal  yard  when 
re-rolled,  and  which  are  to  be  used 
by  the  railway  company  importing 
them  on  their  own  tracks   " 

Railway  fish-plates   " 

Railway  tie-plates   " 

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

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

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

Rolled  iron  or  steel  hoop,  band  scroll 
or  strip,  No.  14  gauge  and  thinner, 
galvanized  or  coated  with  other 
metal  or  not,  n.o.p   " 

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

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

Rolled  iron  or  steel  sheets,  polished 
or  not,  No  14  gauge  and  thinner, 
n.o.p   " 

Rolls  of  chilled  iron  or  steel   " 

Sad  or  smoothing  hatters'  and 
tailors'  irons  not  plated   $ 

Safes,  doors  for  safes  and  vaults   $ 


Total  Imports. 

Quantity 

Value. 

General  Tariff. 

Quantity 

Value. 

Duty. 

$ 

S 

S  cts. 

27,869 

116,462 

27,852 

116,167 

34,850  10 

92, 103 

2,452,133 

90  088 

2,406,089 

630,616  00 

6 

2 

6 

2 

0  50 

3,089 

131,630 

3,006 

128,712 

24,048  00 

441 

16,164 

441 

16,164 

3,528  00 

1  °70  795 

1  6351857 

1,103,971 

1.435.9S1 

386,389  85 

2,957,550 

3,625,107 

-, (DO, 7^0 

o,  oyu,  on 

HQ    G(\Q  QQ 

•±lo,  oUo  oo 

130,646 

197,354 

113,269 

168,284 

39,644  14 

281,198 

570,032 

281,187 

569,989 

28,499  45 

481,799 

680,794 

446,421 

626,334 

156,247  35 

751,307 

969,881 

698,066 

896,576 

104,709  89 

538,070 

1,231,336 

538,010 

1,231,134 

61,556  70 

1,317 

4,394 

1,222 

4,177 

1,253  10 

10,650 

10,246 

3,073  80 

i  TRADE  AXD  XATIGATIOX 

SESSIONAL  PAPER  No.  11 

Imported  into  Canada,  &c. — Continued. 


121 


Entered  for  Home  Consumption. 


Preferential  Tariff. 


Value. 


Duty. 


Treaty  Rates. 


Quantity 


Value. 


366 


cts. 


73  20 


23,227       4,671  00 


1,724 


195  00 


199,876 


35,450  01 


234,496 


29,070 


19,881  52 


3,692  57 


54,460       7,518  08 


73,305 


5,324  20 


217 

398 
39 


43  40 

79,60 
7  80 


Duty. 


$  cts. 


Total. 


Quantity 


27,909 


91,126 


6 

3,045 
441 


1,270,795 


Value. 


Duty 
Collected. 


116,533 


2,429  316 


2 

130,436 
16,164 


1,635,857 


2,957,541 


130,646 


281,187 


481,799 


751,307 


538,010 
1,317 


$  cts. 


34,923  30 


635,287  00 


0  50 
24,243  00 
3,528  00 


421,839  86 


3,625,107!    433,690  40 


197,354 


43,336  71 


569,989      28,499  45 


680,794 


969,881 


1,231,134 
4,394 

10,644 
208,471 


163,765  43 


10 


110,034  09  11 

6?,  556  70  12 
1,296,50  13 

3,153  40  14 
62,537  40  15 


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3  GEORGE  V.v  A.  1913 
No.  14. — Summary  Statement  of  Foreign  Merchandise 


Articles. 


Dutiable  Goods — Con. 

Iron  and  steel — Con. 
Screws   iron  and   steel,  commonly 
called  "wood  screws,"  n.o.p..  in- 
cluding lag  or  coach  screws,  plated 
or  not,  and  machine  or  other  screws, 

n.o.p  Gross 

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

kinds   $ 

Shafting,  round,  steel,  in  bars  not  ex- 
ceeding 24  inches  in  diameter  Cwt 

Sheets  or  plates  of  steel,  cold  rolled, 
sheared  edges,  over  14  gauge,  not 
less  than  lj  inches  wide,  for  man- 
ufacture of  mower  bars,  hinges,  type- 
writers, and  sewing  machines   " 

Sheets,  flat,  of  galvanized  iron  or  steel  " 
Sheets,  iron  or  steel  corrugated,  gal- 
vanized  " 

Sheets,  iron  or  steel,  corrugated,  not 

galvanized   " 

Skates,  of  all  kinds,  roller  or  other, 

and  parts  thereof  Pairs. 

Skelp  iron  or  steel,  sheared  or  rolled 
in  grooves,  imported  by  manufacur- 
ers  of  wrought  iron  or  steel  pipe,  for 
use  exclusively  in  the  manufacture 
of  wrought  iron  or  steel  pipe  in  their 

own  factories  Cwt 

Steel  billets,  n.o.p   " 

Stoves  of  all  kinds,  for  coal,  wood, 

oil,  spirits  or  gas   $ 

Stove  urns  of  metal,  and  dovetails, 
chaplots  and  hinge  tubes  of  tin  for 
use  in  the  manufacture  of  stoves. ...  $ 
Switches,  frogs,  crossings  and  inter- 
sections for  railways  Cwt. 

Tubing — 
Wrought  or  seamless  tubing,  iron  or 
steel,  plain  or  galvanized,  thread- 
ed and  coupled  or  not,  over  4 

inches  in  diameter,  n.o.p    S 

Wrought  or  seamless  tubing,  iron  or 
steel,  plain  or  galvanized,  thread- 
ed and  coupled  or  not,  4  inches  or 

less  in  diameter,  n.o.p   $ 

Seamless,  steel  tubing,  valued  at 

not  less  than  3$  cents  per  lb  Cwt. 

Rolled  or  drawn  square  tubing  of 
iron  or  steel,  adapted  for  use  in  the 
manufacture  of  agricultural  imple- 
ments  $ 

Iron  or  steel  pipe  or  tubing,  plain  or 
gi^vanized,  riveted,  corrugated 
or  otherwise  specially  manufac- 
tured, including  lock  joint  pipe, 
n.o.p   $ 


Total  Imports. 


General  Tariff. 

Quant  ity 

Value. 

Quantity 

Value. 

Duty. 

$ 

-? 

S  cts. 

380,929 

57,279 

373  0^0 

">4  000 

18  QO1}  15 

lO  t  i7lSO  lv 

1  =U  OVl 
1  t.r± ,  mOO 

102,704 

148,990 
96, 273 

44,697  00 
*>4  068  25 

54,531 

Uli  1 i  0 

11,149 
241,691 

24,041 
669,498 

11,099 
241,691 

23,925 
669,496 

2,392  50 
33,474  80 

3,172 

6,683 

3,042 

6,448 

1,934  40 

1,782 

4,055 

1,654 

3,781 

1,134  30 

142,791 

72,575 

142,788 

72,561 

25,396  35 

1,748,034 
14,581 

2,056,977 
17,242 

1,748,034 

11,  Oil— 

2,056,977 
1 1  709 

102, S4S  85 
4  143  20 

783,803 

21,959 
278,906 

774,588 

21,913 
246,348 

193,647  00 

2,191  30 
80,063  47 

49,000 

44,587 

447,390 

664,857 
37,026 

341,175 

336,638 
37,026 

51,176  25 
117,823  30 

12,518 

12,518 

1,851  30 

5,682 
441,483 

5,682 
223,284 

284,10 
60,985  20 

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SESSIONAL  PAPER  No.  11 
Imported  into  Canada,  &c. — Continued. 


123 


Entered  for  Home  Consumption*. 


Preferential  Tariff. 


Quantity.  Value. 


6.999 


3,356 


50 


130 
128 
3 


2,729 


4,413  32,558 


2,274 

5,403 
6,431 

116 


Duty, 


$  cts. 


235 
274 
1 


5,450 
8,290 

46 


511,73 

1,080  60 
1,125  46 


5  80 


Treaty  Rates. 


Quantity 


47  00 
54  80 
3  15 


57,869 


579  84 
1,243  50 

2  30 
6,511  60 

5,786  90 


323,960      64,792  00 


218,217 


43,643  40 


Value. 


Duty. 


$  cts. 


Total. 


Quantity 


380,029 


54,531 


Value. 


56,283 

154,393 
102,704 


11,149 

24,041 

2,398  30 

241,691 

669,496 

33,474  80 

3,172 

6,683 

1,981  40 

1,782 

4,055 

1,189  10 

142,791 

72,575 

25,399  50 

1,748,034 
14,581 


Duty 
Collected. 


cts. 


19,414  ! 

45,777  60 
25,193  71 


2,056,977 
17,242 


102,848  85  9 
4,728  04  10 


782,878,    194,890  50  11 


49,000 


12,518 


21,959 
278,906 


2,193  60  12 
36,575  07ll3 


399,044      56,963  15  14 


660, 59S 
37,026 

5.6S2 


182,615  30  15 


1,851  30 


284  10 


16 


17 


441,501     110,628  60  18 


1 

2 
3 

4 

5 
6 

7 

8 
9 

10 

11 

12 

13 
14 

15 

16 

17 
18 

19 

20 
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3  GEORGE  V.,  A.  1913 

No.  14. — Summary  Statement  of  Foreign  Merchandise 


Total  Imports. 


Articles. 


General  Tariff. 

Quantity 

Value. 

Quantity 

Value. 

Duty. 

Dutiable  Goods — Con. 

Iron  and  steel — Con. 
Tubing — Con. 
Iron  or  steel  pipe,  not  butt  or  lap 
welded,  and  wire  bound  wooden 
pipe,  not  less  than  thirty  inches 
internal  diameter,  when  for  use 
exclusively  in  alluvial  gold  mining  § 
Ware — Agate,  granite  or  enamelled 

iron  or  steel  ware   S 

Ware — Iron  or  steel  hollow-ware,  plain 
black  or  coated,  n.o.p.,  and  nickel 
and  aluminium  kitchen  or  house- 
hold hollow-ware,  n.o.p   S 

Wire  bale  ties  Bundles  of  250  ties 

Wire  bound  wooden  pipe,  n.o.p   $ 

Wire  cloth  or  wove  wire  and  netting 

of  iron  or  steel   Lbs. 

Wire,  cruicible  cast  steel,  valued  at 

not  less  than  6  cents  per  lb   " 

Wire  screens,  doors  and  windows   % 

Wire  buckthorn  strip,  fencing,  woven 
wire  fencing  and  wire  fencing  of  iron 
or  steel,  n.o.p..  not  to  include  woven 
wire  or  netting  made  from  wire 
smaller  than  No.  14  gauge,  not  to 
include  fencing  of  wire  larger  than 

No.  9  gauge   Lbs. 

Wire,  single  or  several,  covered  with 
cotton,  linen,  silk,  rubber  or  other 
material  including  cable  so  covered.  " 
Wire  of  iron  and  steel,  all  kinds, n.o.p.  $ 
Wire  rope,  stranded  or  twisted  wire, 
clothes  lines,  picture  or  other  twisted 
wire,  and  wire  cable,  n.o.p   Lbs. 

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

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

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

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

All  other  cutlery,  n.o.p   | 

Guns,  rifles,  including  air  guns  and  air 
rifles  (not  being  toys),  muskets,  can- 
nons, pistols,  revolvers,  or  other  fire- 
arms  $ 

Bayonets,  swords,  fencing  foils  and 
masks   $ 

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

Steel,  chrome  steel  Cwt. 


19.S03 


2, 


492,643 
195,369 


,033,555 


5, 
11, 


984,321 
479,805 


7,616,327 


68,015 


870,869! 


5,483 


310 
198,708 


129,469 
10,203 
661 


19,803 


153,973  1,648,360 
195,369 


27,981 
30,188 


72,796 


2,020,337 


662,931  4,227,707 
288,197  11,044,096 


246,531 


547,942 

88,577 

222,751 
749,751 

776,565 

18,911 
110,095 
24,291 


837,841 


5,483 


% 

$  cts. 

310 

31  00 

166,278 

5S.197  30 

120,207 
10,203 
661 

36,062  10 
3,060  90 
165  25 

98,322 

29,496  60 

27,981 
16,645 

1,399  05 
4,993  50 

71,625 

10,743  75 

440,420 
275,841 

132,126  00 
55, 168  20 

103,945 

25,986  25 

224, 2S4 

100,056  25 

522,971 

41,892  05 

30.S30 

9,249  00 

52,904 
419,385 


543, 23S 

8,842 
52,329 
24,291 


15,871  20 
125,815  50 


162,971  40 

2,652  60 
15,698  70 
3,643  65 


i  TRADE  AXD  NAVIGATION 

SESSIONAL  PAPER  No.  11 
Imported  into  Canada,  &c. — Continued. 


125 


Entered  for  Home  Consumption. 


Preferential  Tariff. 


Value. 


33,972 


9,109 


Duty. 


$  cts. 


7,643  89 


1,821  80 


Treaty  Rates. 


Quantity 


55,651 


13,102 


1,186 


222,403 
12,349 


401,113 


22,057 


24,971 

55,460 

167,591 
322,432 

232,484 

10,069 
57,625 


11,130  20 


2,620  40 


118  60 


44,480  60 
1,852  35 


70,194  93 


9,214  30 


825  69 

11,092  00 

33,518  20 
64,486  40 

46,496  80 

2,013  80 
11,525  00 


Value. 


173 


2,283 

2, 165 
6,415 


100 


Duty. 


$  cts. 


Total. 


Quantity 


19,803 


47  58 


2,492,643 
195,369 


2,033,655 


5,983,215 
11,479,757 


Value. 


627  83 

595  40 
1,764  17 


67,991 


870,869 


27  50 


5.4S3 


310 
200,250 


129,316 
10, 203 
661 

153,973 

27,981 
29,920 


72,811 


662,823 
288, 190 


7,475,455  505,058 


246,341 


547,942 
88,573 


Duty 
Collected. 


$  cts. 


31  00 
65,841  19 


37,883  90 
3,060  90 
165  25 

40,626  80 

1,399  05 
7,661  48 


10,862  35 


176,606  60 
57,020  55 


96,181  18 


109,270  55 


42,717  74 
20,968  83 


222,660,  49,984  80 
748,232    192,066  07 


775,722 

18,911 
110,054 
24,291 


10 
11 


12 


13 


209,468  20 


14 

15 

16 
17 

IS 


4,666  40  19 
27,251  20  20 
3,643  65  21 


126 


CUSTOMS  DEPARTMENT  i 

3  GEORGE  V.,  A.  1913 

No.  14. — Summary  Statement  of  Foreign  Merchandise 


Articles. 

Total  Imports. 

Quantity 

Value. 

General  Tariff.  ~ 

Quantity  Value. 

Duty. 

1 


8 
9 
10 
11 
12 


13 


14 

15 

16 
17 
18 


Dutiable  Goods — Con. 

Iron  and  steel — Con. 

Steel  plate,  universal  mill  or  rolled 
edge  plates  of  steel  over  12  inches 
wide,  imported  by  manufacturers  of 
bridges  or  of  structural  work  or  in 
car  construction  Cwt. 

Steel,  in  bars  or  sheets,  to  be  used  ex- 
clusively in  the  manufacture  of 
shovels,  when  imported  by  manu- 
facturers of  shovels   " 

Rolled  iron  or  steel,  and  cast  steel  in 
bars,  bands,  hoops,  scroll  or  strip, 
sheet  or  plate,  of  any  size,  thickness 
or  width,  galvanized  or  coated  with 
any  material  or  not,  and  steel  blanks 
for  the  manufacture  of  milling  cut- 
ters, when  of  greater  value  than  3j 
cents  per  lb   " 

Steel  balls  adapted  for  use  on  bearings 
of  machinery  and  vehicles   $ 

Flat  steel,  cold  rolled,  not  over  inch 
thick,  for  the  manufacture  of  cups 
and  cones  for  ball  bearings  Cwt. 

Steel  wool   " 

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   $ 

Axes  Doz. 

Saws   $ 

Files  and  rasps,  n.o.p   $ 

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

Knife  blades,  or  blanks,  and  table 
forks  of  iron  or  steel,  in  the  rough, 
not  handled,  filed,  ground  or 
otherwise  manufactured   S 

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

Total  iron  and  steel  


737,723 
30, 7SS 


97,111 


666 
596 


11,197 


918,388 
38,292 


575, 3S6 
17,087 


1,861 
3,796 


76,275 
60,158 
102,376!. 
112,441 
768,685 


154 


9,189,525 


Ivory,  manufactures  of,  n.o.p   $ 

Jellies,  jams  and  preserves,  n.o.p.,  and 

condensed  mince  meat   Lbs. 

Jewellery,  n.o.p   $ 

Knitted  goods  of  every  description, n.o.p  $ 
Launches,  pleasure,  steam,  gasoline  or 
other  motive  power   No. 


91,079,769 


2,675 


6, 073,954'  523,427! 

  1,710, 615 | 

  34,449 

202  99,709 


737, 723 


30,415 


97,117 


666 
592 


918,388 


37,373 


S  cts. 


110,658  4  5 


4,562  25 


575,723      28,786  1  5 
17,087       1,708  70 


11.0S1 


1,861 
3,760 


69,593 
59, 638 
99,255 
86,147 
727, 629 


154 


93  05 
376  00 


20,877  90 
13,419  31 
29,776  50 
25,844  10 
218, 288  70 


15  40 


8,229,118  2,468,735  48 


SI,  137, 609  19,403,577  28 


326,046 


196 


2,436 
40,496 


426  34 


10,596  79 
1,238,125    433,343  75 
13,458       4,710  30 

84,394      21,098  50 


i  TRADE  AXD  XATIGATION 

SESSIONAL  PAPER  No.  11 
Imported  into  Canada,  &c. — Continued. 


127 


Entered  for  Home  Consumption. 


Preferential  Tariff. 

Treaty  Rates. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity 

Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity 

$ 

$  cts. 

S 

$  cts. 

737,723 
30,788 

31,11/ 

373 

919 

37  30 

666 
596 

4 

36 

6,482 
425 

2,128 
23,898 
37,911 

1  SlV   

1,296  40 
63  75 
425  60 
4,779  60 
7,582  20 

97 

11,178 

960          264  02 
2.550          701  26 

2,725 

749  41 

933,746 

186,749  20 

31.091 

8.550  20 



9,414,597  1,553,535  52 

169,905;     49,744  29 

239 

478,340 
326,826 
20,991 

7,595 

35  85 

128,138  62> 
73,537  20 
4,723  17 

1,139  25 

5,695,045 

6,021,091 

146,312 

43,893  60 

2 

198 

Total. 


Value. 

Duty 
Collected. 

S 

$  cts. 

918,388    110,658  45 


38,292 


575,723 
17,087 


1,861 
3,796 


76,075 
60,063 
102,343 
112,595 
768,265 


154 


4,599  55 


28,786  15 
1,708  70 


93  05 
377  80 


22,174  30 
13,483  06 
30,466  12 
31,324  96 
226,620  31 


15  40 


90,722, 111121,006,857  99 


2,675 

518,836 
1,711,263 
34,449 

91,989 


462  19 

138,735  41 
550,774  55 
9,433  47 


7 
8 
9 
10 
11 


12 


13 


14 

15 
16 
17 


22,237  75  18 


IS 

1 

2 
3 
4 
5 

6 
7 

8 

9 
10 
11 

12 
13 
14 

15 

16 

17 
18 

19 

20 

21 

22 
23 

24 


CUSTOMS  DEPARTMENT  i 

3  GEORGE  V.,  A.  1913 

No.  14. — Summary  Statement  of  Foreign  Merchandise 


Articles. 


Total  Imports. 


Quantity 


General  Tariff. 


Value. 


Quantity 


Dutiable  Goods — Con. 

Lead  and  manufactures  of — 

Old,  scrap,  pig  and  block   Cwt. !     241 , 040 

Bars  and  in  sheets   "  29,901 

Pipe    Lbs.  507,517 

Shot  and  bullets   "  15,894 

Manufactures  of,  n.o.p   S 


Total,  lead  and  manufactures  of. 


Leather,  and  manufactures  of — 

Sole  leather  

Leather,  belting  leather  of  all  kinds. . 

Upper  leather,  not  dressed,  waxed  or 
glazed  

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

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

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

Harness  leather  

Tanners'  scrap  leather  

Upper  leather,  including  dongola,  cor- 
dovan, kangaroo,  alligator  and  all 
leather,  dressed,  waxed  or  glazed,  or 
further  finished  than  tanned,  n.o.p., 
and  chamois  skins  

Japanned,  patent  or  enamelled  leather 
and  Morocco  leather,  and  leather  in 
imitation  of  Morocco  leather  

Skins  for  Morocco  leather,  tanned  but 
not  further  manufactured  

All  other  leather  and  skins,  n.o.p  

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

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

Boots  and  shoes,  pegged  or  wire  fast- 
ened,  with  unstitched  soles,  close 
edged  

Harness  and  saddlery,  including  horse 
boots  

Leather  belting  

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


Lbs. 


581,970 
420, 143 

4,487 

242,315 

1,075,324 


Value. 


603,036 
52,886. 
20,7331 
1,863 

127,583,. 


26,622 
3,447 

66,310 
2,262 


69,626, 
14,673 
4,513! 

790 
54,070 


805,601 


143,672 


111,390 

173,783i 


216,286 
22,621 


2,226,  4,073 
103,251  55,812 
623,282  687,233 


1,122,433  610,104  1,108,473 
16,946  6,524  13,478 
22,336        3,184  19,659 


298,888 


258,223      243, 63S 


43,992 
10,342 

2,169 

31,283 

474,196 


594,808 
4,562 
3,060 


(( 

127,876 

110,268 

u 

15,689 

6.570 

it 

185,573 

93,484 

(t 

713,734 

525,637 

$ 

2,791,832 

s 

69,568 

251,982 

s 

128,582 

s 

539.021 

Duty. 


$  cts. 


10,443  90 
3,668  25 
1,353  90 
237  00 

16,221  00 

31.924  05 


7,  698  81 
1,551  30 

325  35 

4,692  45 

71,129  40 


59.4S0  SO 
684  30 
459  00 


200, 0S9      30,013  35 


Total,  leather. 


Lime  Brls. 


230,013 


162,593 


125,660 

10S.126 

27,031  50 

9,512 

3,875 

581  25 

176,665 

87,974 

13,196  10 

580,438 

450,093 

67,513  95 

2,413,271 

723,981  30 

41,601 

10,400  25 

200,568 

60, 170  40 

109,995 

24,749  36 

476,399 

119,099  75 

5,256,403 

1,222,758  62 

229,565 

162,093 

28,366  81 

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SESSIONAL  PAPER  No.  11 
Imported  into  Canada,  &c. — Continued. 


129 


Entered  for  Home  Consumption. 


Preferential  Tariff. 


Treaty  Rates. 


Total. 


2,695 
5,320 

74,730 

350,910 


Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty. 

$ 

$  cts. 

oil  ins 

.11,  wo 

26,454 
437,703 
13,332 

38,213 
16.2S5 
552 
21,498 

OO ,  U>JU  1U 

5,731  95 
3,257  00 
110  40 
4,299  60 

609,912 

66,735  35 

363,450 
397,522 

66,523 
163,441 

8,315  54 
16,344  10 

414 

57 

5  70 

186,503 

71,968 

7,196  80 

393,617 

150,951 

18,869  58 

13,960 
3,468 
2,677 

15,296 
1,962 
124 

764  80 
245  25 
12  40 

55,305 

58,394 

7,300  31 

2,216 

2,142 

321  30 

269  50 
532  00 

9,341  30 

70,182  00 


28,194 

4,934 

U4 

50,444 

10,088 

80 

18,178 

2,726 

70 

61,308 

9,196 

20 

1,122,637 


500 


166,646  32 


75  00 


Quantity 

Value. 

Duty. 

$ 

$  cts. 



36,492 

10,035  47 

36,492 


Quantity 


Value. 


7,894 


10,035  47 


241,030 
29,901 

504.013S 
15,594 


602,990 
52,886 
20,798 
1,342 

112,060 


790,076 


Duty 
Collected. 


$  cts. 


63,780  30 
9,400  20 
4,610  90 
347  40 

30,556  07 


108,694  87 


2,170  91 


7,894       2,170  91 


579,736 
420,143 

4,487 

242,315 

1,080,850 


1,122,433 
16,946 
22,336 


298,943 

127,876 

15,689 
185,473 

711,095 


110,515 
173,783 

2,226 

103,251 

625, 147 


610,104 
6,524 
3,184 


258,483 

110,268 

6,570 
93,294 

524,823 

2,772,075 

69,795 

251,012 
128,173 


16,014  35 
17,895  40 

331  05 

11,889  25 

89,998  98 


60,245  60 
929  55 
471  40 


37,313  66 

27,352  80 

850  75 
13,728  10 

76,855  25 

796,334  21 

15,334  29 

70,259  20 
27,476  06 


537,707     128,295  95 


6 
7 

8 

9 

10 


LI 
12 

13 


14 

15 

16 
17 

IS 

19 

20 

21 

22 

23 


6,386,934  1,391,575  85 


230,013 


162,593 


28,441  81 


24 


11— i— 9 


1 

2 
3 

4 
5 
6 
7 

8 

g 

10 

n 

12 
13 

U 
15 

16 
17 

18 

19 

20 

21 

22 

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CUSTOMS  DEPARTMENT  i 

3  GEORGE  V.,  A.  1913 

No.  14. — Summary  Statement  of  Foreign  Merchandise 


Total  Import:?. 


Articles. 


Quantity 


Dutiable  Goods — Con. 

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

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

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

Total,  lime  juice  


Lithographic  stones,  not  engraved   f 

ilachine  card  clothing   S 

klagie  lanterns  and  slides  therefor   $ 

llalt,  whole,  crushed  or  ground   Lbs. 

klalt  flour,  containing  not  less  than  50  per 

cent  of  malt   " 

klalt  flour,  containing  less  than  50  per 

cent  in  weight  of  malt   " 

klalt,  extract  of,  fluid  or  not,  including 

grain  molasses   $ 

Garble  and  manufactures  of — 
Marble,  sawn  or  sand  rubbed,  not  pol- 
ished  S 

Rough,  not  hammered  or  chiselled.. .  $ 

Manufactures  of,  n.o.p   $ 


Total,  marble. 


Jattresses,  hair,  spring  and  other   % 

klats,  door  or  carriage,  other  than  metal, 
n.o.p   S 


iletals,  n.o.p.,  and  manufactures  of — 

Aluminium,  manufactures  of,  n.o.p   % 

Anodes  of  nickel,  zinc,  copper,  silver  or 
gold   S 

Babbit  metal  in  blocks,  bars,  plates 
and  sheets   | 

Britannia  metal,  manufactures  of,  not 
plated   S 

Buckles  and  clasps  of  iron,  steel,  brass 
or  copper,  of  all  kinds,  n.o.p.,  (not 
being  jewellery)   $ 

Cages — Bird,  parrot,  squirrel  and  rat, 
of  wire,  and  metal  parts  thereof. ...  5 

Composition  metal  and  plated  metal, 
in  bars,  ingots  or  cores,  for  the  manu- 
facture of  watch  cases,  jewellery, 
filled  gold  and  silver  seamless  wire.  ? 

Frames  not  more  than  10  inches  in 
width,  clasps  and  fasteners,  adapted 
for  use  in  the  manufacture  of  purses 
and  chatelaine  bags  or  reticules   $ 


General  Tariff. 


Value. 


1,539 

318 
83, 487 I 


615,589 
40,614 
15,764 


Quantity 


2,176 

2,611 
89,409 


94,196 


12,116 
32,247 
646,284 
15,549 

2,195 

857 

63,597 


175,177 
56,336 
169,239 


400, 752 


5,369 
1,834 


116,542 
34,121 
44,272 
27,723 

165,716 
6.62S 


3,713 


51,154 


1,369 

318 
45,307 


504,798 
40,614 
15,764 


Value. 


Duty. 


$  cts. 


2,040  821  40 

2,611  1,546  50 

52,333  10,466  60 

56,984  12,834  50 


12,1161 
14,7721 
570,346 
13,399 


2,195 
857 
63,754 


2,423  20 
3,693  00 
142,586  50 
2,271  59 

182  77 

299  95 
22,313  90 


174,686      34,937  20 
56,336       8,450  40 
161,240      56,434  00 


392,262 


5,00S 
1,234 


99,821  60 


1,502  40 
431  90 


99 
24 
34 
21 

150 
5 


638' 
740 
052 
181 

8791 
374 


3,642 


24,909  50 
2,474  00 
5,107  80 
6,354  30 

45,263  70 
1,880  90 

364  20 


51,154      10,230  80 


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2 
3 

4 
5 
6 
7 

8 

9 

10 

11 
12 
13 

14 

15 

16 
17 
18 
19 

20 
21 

22 

22 

Preferential  Tariff. 

Treaty  Rates.  Total. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity 

Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity 

Value. 

Duty 
Collected. 

% 

$  cts. 

$ 

$  cts. 

1,369 

318 
90,279 

$ 

2,040 

2,611 
92,616 

$  cts. 

821  40 

1,546  50 
16,576  87 

41,159 

37,573 

5,635  95 

3,813 

2,710 

474  32 

37,573 

5,635  95 

2,710 

474  32 

97,267 

18,944  77 

12, lit 
32,247 
646,029 
13,399 

2,195 

857 

63,754 

2,423  20 
6,751  18 
157,094  84 
2,271  59 

182  77 

299  95 

22,313  90 

17,475 
50,414 

3,058  18 
8,822  73 

25,269 

5,685  61 

504,798 
40,614 
15,764 

491 

73  65 

175.177 

35,010  85 

56.336       8,450  40 

7,982 

2,394  60 

169,222 

58,828  60 

8,473 

2,468  25 

400,735 

102,289  85 

361 
587 

72  20 
146  75 

5,369 
1.834 

1,574  60 
582  55 

13 

3  90 

6,285 
9,381 
10,220 
6,542 

11,796 
1,2-54 

71 

942  75 
469  05 
1,022  00 
1,144  93 

2,359  20 
282  17 

3  55 

10,575 

2,379  52 

116,498 
34.121 

28,231  77 
2,943  05 

44.272       6,129  80 

27,723 

165,747 
6,628 

3,713 

51,154 

7,499  23 

48,467  74 
2,163  07 

367  75 

10,230  80 

3,072 

844  84 

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No.  14. — Summary  Statement  of  Foreign  Merchandise 


Total  Imports. 


Articles. 


18 

19 

20 
21 


22 


Dutiable  Goods — Con. 

Metals  and  manufactures  of — Con. 

Furniture  springs   $ 

Phosphor  tin  and  phosphor  bronze,  in 
blocks,  bars,  plates,  sheets  and  wire  $ 

Gas,  coal  oil  or  other  lighting  fixtures, 
including  electric  light  fixtures  or 
parts  thereof  of  metal,  lava  or  other 
tips,  burners,  collars,  galleries, 
shades  and  shade  holders   $ 

Gas  mantels  and  incandescent  gas 
burners   $ 

Gas  meters  and  finished  parts  thereof  $ 

German,  Nevada  and  nickel  silver, 
manufactures  of,  not  plated   $ 

Ingot  moulds,  glass  moulds  of  metal..  S 

Lamp  springs  and  clock  springs   $ 

Lamps,  side  lights  and  head  lights, 
lanterns,  chandeliers   $ 

Metal  parts  adapted  for  the  manufac- 
ture of  covered  buttons   $ 

Nickel  plated  ware,  n.o.p   $ 

Patterns  of  brass,  iron,  steel  or  other 
metal,  not  being  models   $ 

Pins,  n.o.p   $ 

Screws,  brass  or  other  metal,  except 
iron  or  steel,  n.o.p   $ 

Stereotypes,  electrotypes  and  cellu- 
loids for  almanacs,  calendars,  illus- 
trated pamphlets,  newspaper  or  other 
advertisements,  n.o.p.  and  matrices 
or  copper  shells  for  such  stereotypes, 
electrotypes  and  celluloids  Sq.  in 

Stereotypes,  electrotypes  and  cellu- 
loids and  bases  for  the  same  com- 
posed wholly  or  partly  of  metal  or 
celluloid,  n.o.p.,  and  copper  shells 
for  such  stereotypes,  electrotypes 
and  celluloids   " 

Matrices  for  stereotypes,  electrotypes 
and  celluloids  specified  in  preceding 
item   " 

Type  for  printing,  including  chases, 
quoins  and  slugs  of  all  kinds   $ 

Type  metal  in  blocks,  bars,  plates  and 
sheets   $ 

Wire  of  all  kinds,  n.o.p   Lbs. 

Wire,  twisted,  &c,  except  iron  or  steel, 
n.o.p   $ 

Total,  metals  and  manufactures  of  


Milk,  condensed   Lbs. 


Quantity 


General  Tariff. 


Value. 


Quantity 


S 

22,546 
18,974 

609,591 

103,377 
43,896 

67,614 
288,512 
1,540 

1,388,704 

21,847 
1,059, 327 1 

14,458 
117,643 

14,413 


858,744 

363,123 
226,188 


47,662  840,849 


4,327  363,123 

3,742  226,188 
167,827  


53,128 


868   

16,125  52,184 

1. 184  


4,464,046 


138,427       10,440  131,087 


Value. 

Duty. 

$ 

S  cts. 

22,203 

6,660  90 

13,224 

1,322  40 

576,447 

172,934  10 

;.  95,360 
31,060 

28,608  00 
10,871  00 

50,779 
110,977 
1,540 

15,233  70 
11,097  70 
154  00 

1,245,154 

: 

3/3,546  20 

21,800 
963,997 

4,360  00 
337,398  95 

14,230 
25,822 

4,269  00 
7,746  60 

14,252 

4,988  20 

47,025 

12,612  97 

4,327 

454  01 

3,742 

1,130  93 

140,222 

28,044  40 

868 
15,323 

130  20 
3,064  00 

552 

138  00 

3,789,564 

1,121,351  06 

9,734 

4,260  26 

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Entered  for  Home  Consumption. 


Preferential  Tariff. 


Quantity 


17,970 


944 


2,278 


Value. 


343 
5,750 

32,762 

6,875 
12,836 

16,835 
177,535 


Duty. 


Treaty  Rates. 


Quantity 


$  ets. 

68  60 
287  50 


6,552  40 

1,375  00 

2,888  12! . 

2,946  19  . 
8,876  75  . 


140,212 

28,042  40 

47 

5  88 

84,416 

18,994  32 

228 

45  60 

90,955 

18,191  00 

161 

36  22 

637 


179  70 


34,058 


802 
632 


4,257  35 


120  30 
110  61 


650,633      99,201  59 


247 


45  56 


Value. 


Duty. 


Total. 


Quantity 


Value. 


$  cts. 


5,818 
i;822 


1,745  40 
"50i'07 


858,819 


21,287!      5,470  83 


22,546 
18,974 

609,209 

102,235 
43,896 

67,614 
288,512 
1,540 

1,385,366 

21,847 
1,054,231 

14,458 
118,599 

14,413 


47,662 


363,123  4,327 

226,188  3,742 
174,280 


53,128 


133,365 


868 
16,125 

1,184 


Dutv 
Collected. 


$  cts. 

6,729  50  1 
1,609  90  2 


179,486  50  3 


29,983 
13,759 

18,179 
19,974 
154 


401,588  60 


4,365 
358, 138 

4,314 
26,438 


88  10 
67  11 

60  12 
67  13 


5,024  42  14 


12,792  67  15 


454  01 


16 


1,130  93  17 

32,301  75il8 

130  20  19 
3,184  90  20 

248  61 


21 


4,461,484  1,226,023  48 


9,981 


4,305  82 


22 


1 

1 

2 

3 

4 
5 

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7 

8 
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12 
13 
14 
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Xo.  14. — Summary  Statement  of  Foreign  Merchandise 


Articles. 


Total  Imports. 


Quantity  j  Value. 


General  Tariff. 


Quantity  Value. 


Dutv, 


Dutiable  Goods — Con. 

Vlincral  substances  not  otherwise  pro- 
vided for — 

Asbestos,  in  any  form  other  than  crude 

and  all  manufactures  of   S 

Blacklead   S 

Mineral  and  bituminous  substances, 

not  otherwise  provided  for   S 

Plumbago,  not  ground  or  otherwise 

manufactured   S 

Plumbago,  ground  and  manufactures 

of,  n.o.p   S 


Total,  mineral  substances. 


Mineral  and  aerated  waters,  n.o.p. 
Jucilage  and  adhesive  paste  


Jusical  instruments,  viz. — 

Brass  band  instruments  and  bag  pipes  $ 

Cabinet  organs   No. 

Pipe  organs   " 

Parts  of  organs   $ 

Pianofortes   No. 

Pianos,  parts  of  

Piano  and  organ  players,  mechanical.. 

Phonographs,  graphophones,  grama- 
phones  and  finished  parts  thereof, 
including  cylinders  and  records 
therefor  

Other  musical  instruments,  n.o.p  


No. 


Total,  musical  instruments. 


lustard,  ground   Lbs. 

lustard,  French,  liquid   S 


Total,  mustard. 


349,655 
11,792 

180,795[. 

6,163;. 

39,945  . 


588.350 


231,503 
31,277 


338 


1,985 
"147 


66.473 

29,044 
5,194 

13,422i 
348,129' 
226,798 

34,596 


519,449 
183,322 


920,765 


171,702 
11,967 


338 


1,842 
"  138 


$ 

$  cts. 

312,642 
4,254 

78,160  50 
1,063  50 

168,861 

29,551  25 

6,163 

616  30 

35,647 

8,911  75 

 — 

527,567 

118,303  30 

201,241 
26,176 

35,217  68 
7, 198  87 

24,281 

29,044 
3,612 

10,974 
331,783 
220,635 

33,431 


514,684 
174,941 


1,426,427   1,343,385 


307,997 


6,070  25 
8,713  20 
1,083  60 
2,743  50 
99,534  90 
55,158  75 
10,029  30 


154,405  20 
52,482  30 


19,169 
11,065 


183,669 


Mis- 
Mineral — 
Coal  and  kerosene,  distilled,  purified 

or  refined  Galls  14,029, 

Petroleum,  products  of,  n.o.p   " 

Crude  petroleum,  gas  oils  other  than 
naphtha,    benzine   and  gasoline 
lighter  than  -8235  but  not  less  than 
•  775  specific  gravity  at  60  degrees .  " 
Illuminating  oils  composed  wholly 
or  in  part  of  the  products  of  petro- 
leum, coal,  shale  or  lignite,  cost- 
ing more  than  30  cents  per  gallon.  " 
Animal  — 

Lard  oil   " 

Neatsfoot   " 

Other  animal  oil,  n.o.p   " 


653 

3,559,544 


7,219 


30,234 


390,221  00 


5,271  69 
3,872  75 

9,144  44 


691,334  13,264,946 
347,805  3,413,112 


660,289  331,625  00 
338,695      85,328  35 


800 


7,219 


189,874       73,697  18S.684 


93, 
16, 
3, 


864  24,643  92,342 
520  13,294  16,505 
255  958 1  2,394 


800 


103  29 


72,512'     14,502  40 


24,513: 
13,2791 
634 


6,128  25 
3,319  75 
110  96 


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Entered  for  Home  Consumption. 


Preferential  Tariff. 


Treaty  Rates. 


Total. 


Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity 

Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity 

$ 

3fi  SQfi 

$  cts. 
fi.BSU  40 

$ 

$  cts. 

7  1510       1  ui  r.o   

.    ,  w  

11, 154 

1,673  10 

4,331 

649  65 

erf)  OOI 

8,998  65 

29,841 

£    1 Oft 

4,476  15 
899  38 

35 

8  75 

21,784 

3,267  60 

19,981 

4,495  82 

338 
9 

1 

1,582 
2,370 

1  "i  070 

4 

1,165 

7,110 
7,611 

316  40 

3.™  SO 

78 
492 
6,159 

17  55 
135  30 
1,385  83 

130 

3,014  00 
0  60 
233  00 

1,422  00 
1,522  20 

2 

1,974 

9 

147 

4,420 
5,359 

1,215  55 
1,473  81 

56,696 

10,131  30 

36,489 

8,723  86 

595,330 

•  152,122 

26,621  66 

903,327 

972 

316  00 

595,330 

152,122 

26,621  66 

972 

316  00 

13,264,946 
3,428,234 

7,219 

189,458 

93,864 
16,520 
3,255 

15,122 

4,505 

226  83 

774 

1,522 
15 
861 

322 

130 
15 
324 

48  30 

19  50 
2  25 
48  60 

Value. 


349, 53S 
11,864 

ISO, 015 

6,163 

39,978 


231,082 
31,350 


66,046 

29,044 
5,194 

13,422 
347,345 
226,798 

34,596 


526,214 
187,911 


1,436,570 


171,291 
12,037 


183,328 


660,289 
343,200 


800 


72,834 

24,6431 
13,294 
958 


Duty 
Collected. 


$  cts. 


83,694  90 
2,205  00 

31,224  35 

616  30 

9,561  40 


127,301  95 


39,693  83 
8,107  00 


13,833  67 
8,713  20 
1,400  00 
3,116  55 
102,684  20 
56,545  18 
10,262  30 


157,042  75 
55.478  31 


409,076  16 


31,893  35 
4,188  75 


8 
9 
10 
II 
12 
L3 
14 


IS 


L7 
18 


36,082  10 


331,625  00 
85,555  18 


108  29 


14.550  70 


19 
20 


21 


22 


6,147»75  23 
3,322  00  24 
159  56  25 


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3 
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3  GEORGE  V.,  A.  1913 

No.  14. — Summary  Statement  of  Foreign  Merchandise 


Total  Imports. 


Articles. 


Dutiable  Goods — Con. 

Oils—  Con. 
Vegetable — 

Castor  Gails. 

Cotton  seed   " 

Flaxseed  or  linseed,  raw  or  boiled. .  Lbs. 

Olive,  n.o.p  Galls 

Sesame  seed   " 

Vegetable  oil,  not  otherwise  pro- 
vided for   " 

Lubricating  oils  composed  wholly  or 

in  part  of  petroleum  and  costing  less 

than  25  cents  per  gallon   " 

Lubricating  oils,  n.o.p   " 

Essential,  n.o.p  Lbs. 

Peppermint   " 

All  other  oils,  not  elsewhere  specified .  Galls 


Quantity 


Value. 


100,868] 
1,432,531 
4,804,928 

167,566 
783 


62,095 
660,035 
451,371 
224,896 
678 


359,141!  169,193 


Total  oils. 


Oiled  silk,  oiled  cloth,  and  tape  or  other 

textile  india    rubbered,  flocked  or 

coated,  n.o.p   $ 

Oil  cloth,  enamelled  carriage,  floor,  shelf 

and  table  oil  cloth,  cork  matting  or 

carpet  and  linoleum  Sq.yds  3,969,471 


4,375,369 
1,058,023 

248,741 
16,544 

464,000 


526,735 
286,668 
260,864 
33,657 
129,111 


3,957,834 


Total  oil  cloth,  &c. 


570,913 


1,349,074 


1,919,987 


Optical,  philosophical,  photographic  and 

mathematical  instruments,  n.o.p  

Parts,  brass  and  aluminum,  of  cameras 

and  kodaks  

Spectacles,  eye-glasses  and  ground  or 

finished  spectacle  or  eye-glass  lenses 
Spectacles,    eye-glass    frames,  and 

metal  parts  of  


Total  optical  instruments,  &c. 


Packages,  usual  coverings,  containing 
goods  subject  to  any  ad  valorem  duty, 
not  included  in  the  invoice  value  of  the 
goods  they  contained  

Packages  paying  17$,  22$  and  25  p.  cent. 

Packages  paying  20,  30  and  32 \  per  cent. 

Total  Packages  


Paints  and  colours — 

Brocade  and  bronze  powders   S 

Colours,  dry,  n.o.p  Lbs. 

Gold  liquid  paint   $ 

Lead,  white,  dry   Lbs. 

Lead,  white,  ground  in  oil   " 

Lead,  red,  dry  and  orange  mineral —  " 
Ochres,  ochrey  earths  siennas  and  um- 
bers  " 


6,885,305 


784,346 
1,024,198 
764,922 

2,994,620 


1,095,409 
12,524 
34,800 
99,402 


1,242,135 


1,523,034 
313,530 
713,860 


2,550,424 


General  TarifT. 


Quantity 


10,822 
1,335,125 
352,975 
86,476 
783 

271,423 


4,378,158 
953,494 
222,663 
16,424 
414,729 


383,873 


Value 

Duty. 

-? 

S  cts. 

5,011 

876  96 

612,866 

107,252  02 

37,992 

5,823  93 

108! 185 

21,' 637  00 

678 

169  50 

116,879 

20,454  04 

522,130 

109,454  93 

213,177 

21,317  70 

ISO 

112,121 

19,621  76 

3,128,255 

805,429  64 

285,173 

85,551  90 

105,323 

36,863  05 

390,496 

122,414  95 

841,743 

210,435  75 

12,431 

932  39 

33,224 

9,967  20 

99,805 

19,961  00 

987,203 

241,296  34 

622,101 

124,420  20 

193,749 

48,437  25 

428,379 

139,225  69 

1,244,229 


312,083  14 


22,768 

22,601 

6,215  48 

247,876 

5,281,908 

180,594 

40,634  44 

9,659 

8,433 

2,108  25 

30,220 

156,364 

8,029 

2,408  70 

47,378 

26,418 

1,222 

458  27 

35,734 

764,922 

35,734 

1,786  70 

33,013 

2,390,360 

24,191 

3,628  65 

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SESSIONAL  PAPER  No.  11 
Imported  into  Canada,  &c. — Continued. 


137 


Entered  for  Home  Consumption. 


Preferential  Tariff. 


Treaty  Rates. 


Total. 


flu  q  n  f  1 1 V 

"Vs*  1 1 1  f* 

x  j  II  i  y  • 

On  q  n  t  i  t  v 

Vciluc. 

Dutv 

Oiiftntit  v 

■  .  ■  ■  

Duty 
Collected. 

$ 

$  cts. 

$ 

S  cts. 

$ 

$  cts. 

91,857 
14,769 

21,827 

57,526 
7,856 
406  661 
36,981 

8,628  90 
1,178  40 
54  6^0  07 
5,547  15 

102,679 
1,349,894 
4  7°3  383 

151,181 

783 

62,537 
620, 722 
444 , 653 
199,' 961 
678 

9,505  86 
108,430  42 
60  454  00 

UV/jTlTx  \J\J 

35,403,40 

J.  \J<J  o\j 

42,878 

54,795 

8,219  25 

80,421 

12,586 
48.193 
15,848 
120 

46,882 

2,538 
15,934 
20,017 
477 

7,032  30 
188  81 

351,844 

4,390,744 
1,001,687 

248,694 
16,544 

473,153 

163,761 

524,668 
271,248 
261,093 
33,657 
133,299 

27,486  34 

109,643  74 
53,054  62 
24,411  14 
6,707  55 
22,798  46 

1,991  82 
1,000  85 
71  55 

10,183 

27,899 

2,092  59 

58,424 

21,178 

3,176  70 

621,346 

83,792  03 

82,694 

10,311  84 

3,832,295 

899,533  51 

286,  S94 
1,245,969 

57,378  80 
311,492  25 

572,067 
1,351,292 

142,930  70 
348,355  30 

3,576,832 

3,960,705 

1,532,863 

368,871  05 

1,923,359 

491,286  00 



206,469 
93 

36,133  06 
4  65 

43,768 

9,847  98 

1,091,980 
12,524 
34,797 
99,939 

256,416  79 
937  04 

1,573 
134 

314  60 

10,281  80 
19,981  10 

20  10 

208,269 

36,472  41 



43,768 

9,847  98 

1,239,240 

287,616  73 

904,070 
60,219 
299,756 

135,610  50 
10,539  58 
59,951  20 

1,526,171 
308,661 
728.135 

260,030  70 
71,283  50 
199, 176  89 

54,693 

12,306  67 

1,264,045 

206,101  28 

54,693 

12,306  67 

2,562,967 

530,491  09 

61 

9  15 

23 

5  75 

22,685 
247,881 
9,659 
40,944 
47,004 
35,734 

31,909^ 

6,230  38 
50,727  49 

2,292  15 

8,991  70 
14,192  87 

1,786  70 

4,400  45 

1,603,447 

67,287 
1,226 
32,915 
45,782 

10,093  05 
183  90 

6,885,355 

942,504 
990,334 

6,583  00 
13,734  60 

1,098,868 
1,016,752 
764,922 

2,940,260 



549,900 

7,718 

771  SO 

7 

8 
9 
10 
11 


12 
13 


14 
15 
L6 
17 


IS 
19 
20 


21 

22 
23 
24 
25 
26 


138 


3  GEORGE  V.,,  A.  1913 

No.  14. — Summary  Statement  of  Foreign  Merchandise 


8 


Articles. 


Total  Imports. 


Quantity 


Value. 


Dutiable  Goods — Con. 

Paints  and  colours — Con 

Zinc  white  Lbs. 

Oxides,  fire  proofs,  rough  stuffs,  fillers.  " 

Liquid  fillers,  anti-corrosive  and  anti- 
fouling  paints,  and  ground  and  liquid 
paints,  n.o.p.   " 

Paris  green,  dry   " 

Paints  and  colours  ground  in  spirits, 
and  al!  spirit  varnishes  and  lacquers  Galls 

Putty   Lbs. 


8,274,622, 
1,529,678 


General  Tariff. 


Quantity 


4,903,145 
768,891' 

3,17l' 
286,846 


319,028  8,274,622 
24,348,  1,187,288 


409,155  3,708,718 
100,835  49,603 


7,375 
5,970 


3,171 
261,571 


Total  paints  and  colours  |  1,293,359 


Paintings  in  oil  or  watercolours  and  past- 
els, when  valued  at  less  than  §20  each.  No. 


Paper  and  manufactures  of,  not  otherwise 
specified — 
Albumenized  and  other  papers  and 
films,  chemically  prepared  for  photo- 
graphers' use   $ 

9    Bags  or  sacks,  printed  or  not   $ 

10  Cards  for  playing  Packs 

11  Card  board  not  pasted  or  coated   $ 

12  Envelopes   M 

13  Felt  board   % 

14  Hangings  of  wall  paper,  including  bor- 

ders  Rolls  of  8  yds. 

15  Leather  board,  leatheroid  and  manu- 

factures of,  n.o.p   S 

16  Mill  board  not  coated  or  pasted   $ 

17  L'nion  collar  cloth  paper  in  rolls  or  sheets 

not  glossed  or  finished   S 

18  L'nion  collar  cloth  paper  in  rolls  or 

sheets  glossed  or  finished   $ 

19  Pads  not  printed,  papier  mache  ware, 

n.o.p   S 

20|    Paper,  manufactures  of,  n.o.p   S 

21  Patterns,  boot  and  shoe,  manufactures 

of  paper   $ 

22  Printing  paper   (for  newspapers)  in 

sheets  or  rolls,  valued  at  not  more 
than  2\c.  per  pound   Lbs. 

23  Printing  paper,  n.o.p   " 

24  Ruled  and  border  and  coated  papers; 

boxed  papers;  and  papeteries   $ 

25  Straw  board  not  pasted  or  coated   Lbs. 

26  Tarred  and  other  building  papers, 

n.o.p   $ 

27  Window  blinds  of  paper  of  all  kinds...  $ 

28  Wrapping,  paper   Lbs. 

29  All  kinds,  n.o.p   $ 

Total  paper  


1,593 


1,057,138 
i01,602 


3,872 


202,286 
55,725 

108,613 
70,736 
91,300 
7,122 


1,291 


555, 199 
'  87,954 


3,225,981 


7,203,253 
10,516,955 


4,270,786 
4 ^ 973, 621 


343,460  2,893,951 


47,521 
58,739 


637 

405 

10,542 
1,824,711 

23,051 


146,258  7,202,753 
614,645  5,662,140 

300, 170   

61, 221 j  4,267,753 

471,914 
194 

138,995  4.691,107 
1,690,487  


Value. 


Duty. 


319,028 
17,513 


295,961 
7,017 

7,375 
5,473 


$  cts. 


15.951  40 
3,940  72 

88,788  30 
701  70 

3,171  00 
1,368  25 


933.171     171,161  86 


1,818 


454  50 


99,661 
47,727 
57,610 
61,815 
73,465 
7,122 

29,898  30 
13,125  41 
44,415  92 
15,453  75 
25,712  75 
1,780  50 

283,469 

99,214  15 

47,511 

46,335 

11,877  75 
11,583  75 

564 

84  60 

40 

8  00 

9,346 
1,503,214 

3,271  10 
526, 124  90 

23,051 

3,457  65 

146,233 
355,353 

21,934  95 
88,838  25 

216,546 
61,127 

75,791  10 
15,281  75 

466,502 
194 
129,836 
1.201,162 

116,625  50 
67  90 
32,459  00 
300,290  50 

6,268,732:  I  4,837,883  1,437,297  48 


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Imported  into  Canada,  &c. — Continued. 


139 


Entered  for  Home  Consumption. 


Preferential  Tariff. 


Treaty  Rates. 


Total. 


Value. 


279,014 


Duty, 


Quantity 


$  cts. 


6,835 


110,564 
93,818 


497 


366,703 


2,054 


102,004 
7,998 
51 , 965 
8,2.30 
17,803 


1,025  25 


22,112  80 
4,690  90 


87  00 


59,291  45 


308  10 


15,300  60 
1,199  70 

25,729  15 
1,234  50 
4,005  81 


59,632 

13,417  36 

10 

1  50 

12,404 

1,860  60 

73 

7  30 

365 

45  63 

1,196 

269,13 

318,722 

71,713  71 

25 

2  50 

261,019 

39,152  85 

83,615 

18,813  70 

94 

14  10 

4,442 

666  30 

9, 122 

1,368  30 

483,294 

72,494  10 

1,422,013 

267,296  84 

Value. 


Duty. 


Quantity 


$  cts. 


23 


Value. 


8,274,622 
1,529,669 


319,028 
24,348 


Dutv 
Collected. 


S  cts. 


15,951  40 
4,965  97 


4,880,206      406,525    110,901  10  3 
768,891      100,835       5,392  60  4 


3,171 
286,846 


7,3/a 
5,970 


5  75   j  1,299,897 


1,593 


1,069,782 
"i6i^585 


3,171  00 
1,455  25 


2.30,459  06 


762  60 


3,210,993 


201,665 
55,725 
109,575 

70,045: 
91,268! 
7,122 


45,198  90 
14,325  11 
70,145  07 
16,688  25 
29,718  56 
1,780  50 


343,101     112,631  51 


7,203,253 
10,548,168 


47, 521  i 
58, 739 I 

637! 

405 

10,542 
1,821,936 

23,051 


4,270,786 


4,970,121 


146,258 
616,372 

300,161 
61,221 

470,944 
194 
138,958 
1,684,456 


11,879  25 
13,444  35 

91  90 

53  63 

3,540  23 
597,838  61 

3,457  65 


21,937  45 
127,991  10 

94,604  80 
15,295  85 

117,291  80 
67  90 
33,827  30 
372,784  60 


9 
10 
11 
12 
13 

14 

15 
L6 

17 

18 

19 
20 

21 


6,259,896  1,704,594  32 


22 
23 

24 


26 
27 
28 
29 


u 
1 

2 
3 

4 

5 

6 

7| 
8 
9 

10 
11 

12 
13 

14 
15 
16 
17 
is 
19 
20 
21 
22 
23 


CUSTOMS  DEPARTMENT  i 

3  GEORGE  V.,  A.  1913 
No.  14. — Summary  Statement  of  Foreign  Merchandise 


Total  Imports. 


Articles. 


Quantity.  Value. 


Dutiable  Goods — Con. 

Pencils,  lead   S 

Pens,  penholders  and  rulers  of  all  kinds . .  S 
Perfumery,  non-alcoholic,  viz. — 
Hair  oil,  tooth  and  other  powders  and 
washes,  pomatums,  pastes  and  all 
other  perfumed  preparations,  n.o.p., 
used  for  the  hair,  mouth,  or  skin. . .  ? 

Photographic  dry  plates   | 

Picture  and  photograph  frames  of  any 
material   $ 


Pickles  in  bottles,  jars  or  similar  vessels. 

Pickles,  in  bulk  

Pickles,  olives,  in  brine,  not  bottled. . . . 
Olives  in  bottles  by  manufacturers  for 
the  manufacture  of  pickles  


Galls 


Total  pickles. 


Plants  and  trees,  viz. — 

Apple  trees   No. 

Cherry  trees   " 

Currant  bushes   " 

Florist  stock,  viz.:  palms,  ferns,  rubber 
plants  (ficus),  gladiolus,  cannas, 
dahlias  and  paeonies   $ 

Gooseberry  bushes   No' 

Grape  vines   " 

Peach  trees  and  June  buds   " 

Pear  trees   " 

Plum  trees   " 

Raspberry  bushes   " 

Rose  bushes   " 

Quince  trees   " 

Fruit  plants,  n.o.p   " 

Trees,  plants  and  shrubs  known  as 
nursery  stock,  n.o.p   $ 

Total  plants  and  trees  


Plaster  of  Paris,  or  gypsum,  ground  not 
calcined  Brls. 

Plaster  of  Paris,  or  gypsum,  calcined  and 
prepared  wall  plaster   Cwt. 


Total,  plaster  of  Paris. 


Plates  engraved  on  wood,  steel  or  other 
metal  and  transfers  taken  from  the 
same,  engravers'  plates,  of  steel  or 
other  metal  polished  for  engraving 
thereon  '.   $ 

Pocket  books,  portfolios,  purses,  reti- 
cules, satchels,  card  cases,  fly  books 
and  musical  instrument  cases   $ 

Polish  or  composition,  knife  and  other, 
n.o.p   I 


General  Tariff. 


Quantity 


330,087 
114,841 
78,750 

16,142 


346,007 
73,746 
138,739 


94,166 
29,044 
133,713 
27,820 
35, 100 
99,997 
85,537 
1,379 
53,914 


6,551 
60S, 031 


321,527 
241,282 


343,118 
55,25c 

134,089 


295,213 
26,298 
38,795 


368,363!. 


33,199 
10,264 
5,363 


27,807 
4,248 
747 

10,670 
4,900 
4,129 
1,723 
7,182 
195 
1,336 

84,200 


195,963 


3,939 
205,676 


209,615 


62, 181  . 

574,479 
136,023 


Value. 


19,611 
101,535 

66,2891 


8,057  13,986 


342,493 
73,746 
123,679 


60,969 
28,633 
133,713 
27,820 
35,052 
99,997 
73,464 
1,379 
53,814 


5,432 
607,447 


Duty. 


283,840 
159,773 


309,965 
18,925 


20,939 
18,375 
34,212 

7,434 


32.67S 
10,264 
4.97S 


25,643 
3, 102 
587 

10,670 
4,900 
4,104 
1,723 
5,626 
195 
1,318 

78,779 


184,56; 


2,141 
205,308 


207,449 


56,300 

495,501 
89,883 


S  cts. 

78,057  45 
43,938  64 


100,741  08 
5,677  50 


106,162      31,848  60 


7,328  65 
6,431  25 
10,263  60 

1,486  80 


80,960      25,510  30 


10,274  79 
2,212  38 
995  60 


6,410,75 
620  40 
117  40 

4,011  39 
834  60 

1,051  56 
344  60 

1,125  20 
41  37 
263  60 

15,755  80 


44,059  44 


321  15 
75,931  25 


76,252  40 


11,260  00 

173,425  35 
24,718  95 


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Imported  into  Canada,  &c. — Continued. 


141 


Entered  for  Home  Consumption. 


Preferential  Tariff. 


Quantity.  Value 


12,895 
80,650 


32,972 
36,046 

23,600 


Duty 


$  cts. 

1,934  25 
12,097  50 


Treaty  Rates. 


Quantity 


274,865 
5,949 
748 


8,243  00 
7,209  20 

4,720  00,. 


Value. 


Duty. 


68,716  25 
1,487  25 
149  60 


281,562 


521 


380 


900 
1,146 
160 


70,353  10 


70  28 


25 

" i , iii 

""l8 


2,874 


7,438 


1,798 

368 


47  51 


135  00 
143  28 
20  01 


0  96 
176 '78 
'2'25 


359  35 


2,524 
2,809 


ID 


1,594 


955  42 


179  80^ 
46  72 


2,166 


226  52 


5,881 


882  15 


46,224  10,400  93 
45,214       6,782  10 


24,622 
683 


$  cts. 

6,155  50 
170  75 


Total. 


Quantity 


4,714       1,296  36 


2,843 
789 


924  03 
256  39 


Value. 


Duty 
Collected. 


$ 

321,357 
241,106 


S  cts. 

86,147  20 
56,206  89 


342,937     108,984  08 


54,971 
134,476 


332,473 
113.404 
67,689 

13,986 


298,647 
25,113 
34,960 


12,886  70 
37,864  96 


76,968  93 
8,174  89 
10,413  20 


7,434       1,486  80 


3,632 


1,180  42 


1,264 


142 


2,436 


3,847 


284  43 


24  S6 


426  34 


736  51 


366,154      97,043  82 


346,007 
73,746 
138,739 


94,166 
29,044 
133,713 
27,820 
35,100 
99,997 
85,540 
1,379 
53,914 


33,199 
10,264 
5,363 


27,807 
4,248 
747 

10,670 
4,900 
4,129 
1,723 
7,182 
195 
1,336 


10,345  07 
2,212  38 
1,043  99 


6,830 
763 
137 

4,011 
834 

1,052 
344 

1,326 
41 
265 


10 
11 
12 


18 
08 
41 
39 
60)17 
52  18 
60  19 
84  20 


13 
14 

15 
10 


84,089      16,541  49 


195,852'     45,751  37 


6,551 
608,031 


3,939 
205,676 


209,615 


32,813 


9,843  90 


62,181 

574,538 
135,097 


500  95 
75,977  97 


76,478  92 


12,142  15 


21 

22 

23 


24 

25 


20 


193,670  18  27 
31,501  05  28 


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CUSTOMS  DEPART  11  EXT 


3  GEORGE  V.,  A.  1913 

No.  14. — Summary  Statement  of  Foreign  Merchandise 


Articles. 


Total  Imports. 


Quantity.  Value 


General  Tariff. 


Quantity. 


Value. 


Dutiable  Goods — Con. 

Pomades,  French  or  flour  odours,  etc., 
imported  in  tins  of  not  less  than  ten 

pounds  each   Lbs. 

Pomades,  French  or  flower  odours,  all 
other   " 

Total,  Pomades  


9 
10 
11 

12 

13 
14 
15 
16 


17 
18 


Post  office  parcels  and  packages   j 

Precious  stones  and  imitations  thereof 
not  mounted  or  set,  and  pearls  and  imi- 
tations thereof,  pierced,  split,  strung 
or  not,  but  not  set  or  mounted   $ 


Provisions,  not  otherwise  specified — 

Butter   Lbs. 

Cheese   " 

Lard   " 

Lard  compound  and  similar  sub- 
stances, cottolene  and  animal  stear- 
ine  of  all  kinds,  n.o.p   " 


Meats,  viz.: —  * 
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  of  all  kinds. . .  $ 

Mutton  and  lamb,  fresh   Lbs. 

Pork ,  barrelled,  in  brine   " 

Poultry  and  game,  n.o.p   $ 

Dried  or  smoked  meats,  and  meats 

preserved  in  any  other  way  than 

salted  or  pickled,  n.o.p  Lbs. 

Other  meats,  fresh   " 

Other  meats,  salted,  n.o.p   " 


Duty. 


Total,  meats. 


19  Pulleys,  belt,  of  all  kinds  for  power  trans- 
mission  $ 

20  Regalia  and  badges   t 

21  Ribbons  of  all  kinds  and  materials   $ 

22  Sails  for  boats  and  ships   $ 


23 
24 


Salt,  in  bulk,  n.o.p   Cwt. 

Salt,  n.o.p.,  in  bags,  barrels,  and  other 
coverings   " 

Total,  salt  


$ 

$ 

S  cts. 

2,726 

4,121 

476 

823 

123  45 

130 

70 

75 

36 

12  60 

2, 856 

4, 191 

00 1 

859 

13fi  01 

1,132,543 
361,613 

778,550 
214,639 

204,064  57 
21,463  90 



3  987  332 
2,426,217 
7  960  540 

1  038  138 
415,478 
758  358 

1  229  853 
889,563 
7  910  409 

299, 121 
170^885 
754, 122 

49  194  12 

*  l7  |  X       1      X  ■ — 

26,686  89 
158  °08  18 

1,206,633 

101,053 

1,084,366 

92,799 

21,687  32 

15,580,722 

2,313,027 

11,114,191 

1,316,927 

255,776  51 

11,256,684 

"3  074  fiSJ. 
o , u  *  ^ , yoi 

1,476,237 

1 7*J  (inn 

11,237,486 

1,474,871 

IIS  07  X 

224,749  72 

Oj,  OOO  <fu 

2  197  7fif) 

*l()0  97 4 

803  ''OS 
Ouo ,  «-  yjo 

101 

1  —  1  ,  • 1  —  •  1 

OO  ■  0\rx    i  J 

298,210 
293,957 
499,077 
214,014 

193,205 
250,945 
83,914 

142,313 
299,600 
485,560 
206, 128 

1 

195,013; 
244,406 
83,625 

39,136  74 
118,513  86 
123,805  74 

41,225  60 

28,471  52 
67,953  30 
13,276  26 

4,041,263 
6,442,838 

3,950,462 
6,190,287 

1,420,461 

2,339,252 
670,784 

1,423,576 
2,265,110 
663,813 

3,785,733 

3,367,916 

730,036  51 

48,829 
50, 532 
1,388,535 
4,649 

46,777 
33,512 
207,348' 
2,6751 

12,864  08 
11,729  20 

72,571  80 
668  75 

354,367 

55,089 

354,367 

55,089 

17,718  35 

146,116 

61,002 

146,016 

61,008 

10,951  45 

500,483 

116,091 

500,383 

116,097 

28,669  80 

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6 
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10 

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12 
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Preferential  Tariff. 

Treaty  Rates. 

i 

Total. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty. 

V^uanilT  v 

xJuiy. 

Quantity 

Value. 

Duty 
Collected. 

55 

$ 

34 

$  cts. 
8  50 

2,250 

$ 

3,298 

t  cts. 
412  26 

2,726 
130 

$ 

4,121 
70 

$  cts. 

535  71 
21  10 

55 

34             8  50 

2,250 

3,298 

412  26 

2,250  4,191 

556  81 

1 

352,522 
146,982 

87,321  02 
11,023  68 

1,471 

448  99 

1,132,543 
361,621 

291,834  58 
32,487  58 

2,644,734 
29,626 
29,737 

94,837 

717,297 
7,926 
2,544 

8,792 

79,342  02 
592  52 
446  06 

1,422  56 

3,874,587 
919,189 
7,940,146 

1,179,203 

1,016,418 
178,811 
756, 666 

101,591 

128,536  14 
27,279  41 
158,654  24 

23, 109  88 

2,798,934  736,559 

81,803  16 

13,913,125 

2,053,486 

337,579  67 

9,994 

1,602 

149  89 

11,247,480 
1,976,949 

2,023,987 

1,476,473 
115,075 

291,583 

291,074 
299,621 
485,560 
212,639 

195,697 
244,910 
84,432 

224,899  61 
39,538  98 

72,339  20 

66,589  06 
118,520  72 
193  805  74 

42,039  56 

28,518  92 
68,050  54 
13,385  24 

259,869 

47,867 

129,840 
21 

8,376  66 

22,722  07 
6  86 

960,910 

122,391 
18,921 

30,597  75 
4,730  25 

343 

3,950,805 
6,190,287 

6,511 

684 
504 
807 

813  96 

47  40 
97  24 
108  98 

3,159 
4,862 
7,265 

1,426,735 
2,269,972 
671,078 

187,836 

32,323  06 

141,312 

35,328  00 

3,697,064 

797,687  57 

2,052 
17,020 
22,003 

1,934 

307  80 
3,829  76 
4,951  04. 

290  10 

48,829 
50,532 
1,397,239 
4,609 

13,171  88 
15,558  96 
370.237  95 
958  85 

1,167,888 

292,715  11 

354,367 
146,016 

55,089 
61,008 

17,718  35 
10,951  45 

500,383 

116,097 

28,669  80 

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3  GEORGE  V.,  A.  1913 

No.  14. — Summary  Statement  of  Foreign  Merchandise 


Articles. 


Dutiable  Goods — Con. 

Bags,  barrels,  and  other  coverings  used 
in  the  importation  of  salt  specified  in 
this  item  

Sand  paper,  glass,  flint  and  emery  paper 
or  emery  cloth  


3 1 Sauces  and  catsups,  in  bottles  Galls. 

4  Sauces  and  catsups,  in  bulk   " 


10 


11 


Sauces,  soy. 

Total,  sauces. 


Sausage  casings,  n.o.p. 


12 


13 


14 


Seeds,  viz.: — 

Clover  and  timothy   $ 

Flax   Bush. 

Garden,  field  and  other  seeds  for  agri- 
cultural or  other  purposes,  n.o.p., 
sunflower,  canary,  hemp  and  millet 
seed,  when  in  packages  weighing 
over  one  pound  each   S 

Garden,  field  and  other  seeds  for  agri- 
cultural or  other  purposes,  n.o.p., 
sunflower,  canary,  hemp  and  millet 
seed,  when  in  packages  weighing 
one  pound  each  or  less   S 

Garden  and  field  seeds  not  specified  as 
free,  valued  at  not  less  than  So  per 
pound  in  packages  of  not  less  than 
one  oz.  each  


Total,  seeds. 


Ships  and  other  vessels  built  in  any 
foreign  country,  if  British  registered 
since  September  1,  1902, on  application 
for  license  to  engage  in  the  Canadian 
coasting  trade;  on  the  fair  market 
value  of  the  hull,  rigging,  machinery, 
boilers,  furniture  and  appurtenances 
thereof,  as  provided  in  an  Act  respec- 
ting the  coasting  trade  of  Canada   No. 

Vessels,  dredges,  scows,  yachts,  boats 
and  other  water-borne  craft,  built 
outside  of  Canada,  of  any  material, 
destined  for  use  or  service  in  Cana- 
dian waters  (not  to  include  registered 
vessels  entitled  to  engage  in  the 
coasting  trade,  nor  vessels  in  transit 
between  Canada  and  any  place  out- 
side thereof),  n.o.p.,  on  the  fair 
market  value  of  the  hull,  rigging, 
machinery,  boilers,  furniture  and 
appurtenances  thereof,  on  arrival  in 

Canada   $ 

Ships  and  vessels,  repairs  on   S 

Total,  ships  


Total  Imports. 


Quantity. 


Value. 


General  Tariff. 


Quantity.  Value. 


11,508 
170,578' 


11,500 
159,727 


185,741 
66,049 
68,000 


235,512  70,732,  84,338 
19,743  58,061  15,259 
17,648       23,605  4,350 


166,984 


249,460 


807,709 
554,817 


312,155 


15,376 


4,807 


186, 140 


512,195 
416,652 


250,803 


10,430 


4,692 


1,694,864   ]  1,194,772 


7,200 


211,743 
65,979 


7,200 


284,922 


211,743 
65,979 


Duty 


$  eta. 

2,876  50 

39,931  75 

29,518  30 
5,340  65 
1,522  50 

319,790      272,903      152,398      103,947      36,381  45 


135,036      23,631  73 


51,219  50 
18,614  00 


25.OS0  30 


2,607  50 


469  20 


97,990  50 


1,800  00 


52,935  75 
16,494  75 


284,922      71,230  50 


TRADE  AND  NAVIGATION 


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SESSIONAL  PAPER  No.  11 
Imported  into  Canada,  &c. — Continued. 


Entered  for  Home  Consumption. 


Preferential  Tariff. 

Treaty  Rates. 

Total. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity 

Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity 

Value. 

Duty 

Collected. 

$ 

$  cts. 

$ 

$  cts. 

$ 

11,506 
170,578 

S  cts. 

2,876  50 
41,559  40 

10  851 

1.627  65 

-  "  y  w                   - 1  —  •  — 

110,410 
6,229 

•  •  o 

144,163 

1 

36,040  75 
990  75 
0  25 

1,232 
1,881 
44,386 

702 
496 
13, 296 

228  23 
161  20 
4,321  07 

182,374 
66,171 
67,994 

229,203 
19,718 
17,647 

65,787  28 
6,492  60 
5,843  82 

148,127 

37,031  75 

47  4QQ 

14  494 

4  710  50 

316  539 

266,568 

78,123  70 

29,919 

4,487  85 

164,955 

28,119  58 

203,409 
138, 165 

4,946 
115 

10, 170  45 
4,749  01 

i  4=;r  in 

741  90 
5  75 

715,604 
554,817 

319,965 

15,376 
4,807 

61,389  95 
23,363  01 

28,538  40 

3,349  40 
474  95 

63,320 

249,460 

415,797 

19,125  21 

1,610,569 

117,115  71 

4 

7,200 

211,743 
65,979 

1,800  00 
52,935  75 



16,494  75 

284,922 

71,230  50 

11 


12 


13 
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3 
4 
5 
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No.  14. — Summary  Statement  of  Foreign  Merchandise 


Articles. 


Dutiable  Goods — Con. 

Signs  of  any  material,  other  than  paper, 
framed  or  not,  letters  or  numerals  of 
any  material  other  than  paper  


Silk  and  manufactures  of — 

Fabrics,  n.o.p   S 

Handkerchiefs   S 

Blouses  and  shirt  waists   $ 

Clothing   S 

Silk,  spun,  not  coloured,  n.o.p.,  silk 
in  the  gum  not  more  advanced  than 
single;  tram  or  thrown  organzine, 

not  coloured   Lbs. 

Silk  in  the  gum  or  spun,  imported  by  the 
manufacturers  of  ribbons  and  shoe 

laces   S 

Sewing  and  embroidery  silk;  silk 

twist,  and  silk  floss   S 

Shawls   $ 

Shirts  Doz. 

Silk  and  all  manufactures  of,  not  other- 
wise provided  for,  or  of  which  silk 
is  the  component  part  of  chief  value, 

n.o.p   S 

Socks  and  Stockings  Doz.  prs. 

Undershirts  and  drawers   $ 

Velvets,  velveteens,  plush  fabrics, 
n.o.p  Yds. 


Total  Imports. 


Quantity 


Total,  silk. 


Slate  and  manufactures  of — 

Roofing  slate  Squares  of  100  sq.  ft. 

School  writing  slates   ? 

Slate  pencils   ? 

Slate  and  manufactures  of,  n.o.p   $ 

Total,  slate  and  manufactures  of 


Soap — 

Common  or  laundry   Lbs 

Castile   " 

Common  soft  and  liquid   " 

Harness   " 

Toilet   $ 

Soap,  n.o.p.,  including  pumice,  silver 
and  mineral  soaps,  sapolio  and  like 

articles   $ 


35,864 


526 


34,518 


reo, 152 


20,213 


General  Tariff. 


Value. 


Quantity 


125,190 


4,815,030 
78,949 
36, 691 
818,448 


60,640 


2,168 

51,861 
16,959 
7,712 


309,433 
182,854 
2,824 

633,424 


7,016,993 


85,031 
35,863 
6,360 
46,312 


173,566 


5,673,564 
3,159,956 
419,650 
17,533 


Value. 


102,238 


2,404 


245 


32,173 


173,066 


Duty. 


$  cts. 


30,671  40 


724,909 
8,100 
15,472 
335,863 


6,028 


2,168 

29,286 
8,851 
3,282 


105,361 
170,067 
2,444 


217,472  70 
2,835  00 
5,802  05 

125,949  34 


9C4  20 


216  80 

7,321  50 
3,319  18 
1,230  77 


39,510  80 
59,523  45 
855,40 


125,128      37,538  40 


1,536,959    502,479  68 


19,833 


82,674 
35,818 
6,358 
42,767 


167,617 


14,874  75 
8,954  50 
1,589  50 

12,830  10 


38,248  85 


339,590  5,414,741 


Pearline  and  other  soap  powders   Lbs.  2,050,495 


190,505 
14,239 
1 , 230 

356,635 


94,636 
77,165 
16,052 


125,161  

105,110  2,115,260 


310,262 
8,937 

1,080 
292,114 


112,234 
107,879 


54,147  41 

1,892  72 

1,073  54 

351  05 

94,938  95 


36,476  49 
35,061  10 


Total,  soap     1,132,470 


835,809    223,941  26 


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Imported  into  Canada,  &c. — Continued. 


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ENTERBD  FOR  HOME  CONSUMPTION. 


Preferential  Tariff. 

Treaty  Rates. 

Total. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity 

Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity 

Value. 

Duty 
Collected. 

$ 

23,132 

S  cts. 
4,626  40 

$ 

$  cts. 

$ 

125,370 

$  cts. 
35,297  80 

395,737 
22.972 
19,577 

314,902 

54,612 

69,254  78 
5,743  00 
5,873  10 

94,470  60 

5,461  20 

3,661,726 
52, 228 
1,642 
163,784 

737,323  01 
16,974  23 
533  63 
53,233  45 

4,782,372 
83,300 
36,691 
814,549 

60,640 

2,168 

51,861 
16,840 
7,712 

310,167 
183,016 
2,824 

638,956 

1,024,050  49 
25,552  23 
12,208  78 
273,653  39 

6,365  40 

216  80 

11,272  28 
5,904  15 
2,587  13 

103,565  75 
62,760  70 
940  90 

141,969  54 

33,460 

35,864 

22,575 
649 
3,336 

100,617 
12,949 
380 

348,741 

3,950  78 
194  70 
1,000  80 

30,185  10 
3,237  25 
85  50 

61,030  13 

7,340 
1,094 

104, 189 

2,390  27 
355  56 

33,869  76 

202 

79 

526 

2,472 

34,645 

Ofl*%    fill  I 

392,924 

194,481 

165,087 

43,401  01 

760,471 

1,297,047 

280,486  94 

4,157,090 

888,080  92 

6,991,096  1,671,047  54 

380 

2,357 
45 

2 

3,545 

190  00 
6  75 
0  30 

20,213 

85,031 
35,863 
6,360 
46,312 

15,064  75 
8,961  25 
1,589  80 

13,539  10 

709  00 



5,949 

906  05 

173,566 

39, 154  90 

285,811 
14,141 
336,116 
1,481 

15,739 
818 
9,829 
150 

1,857  76 
141  41 
2,211  60 
33  78 

* 

5.700.552 

32fi  nor 

56,805  17 
32,737  90 
3,285  14 
384  83 
108,155  47 

40,004  19 
35,382  43 

3,070,377 

181,345 

30,703  77 

3,179,154  191,100 
413,281  13,132 
17.533  1.230 

58.738      13.216  52 

350,852 

127,912 
109,307 

15,678 
1,428 

3,527  70 
321  33 

23,602 

2,138,862 

102,380 

21,310  10 

181,345 

30,703  77 

1,119,534 

275,955  13 

2 
3 
4 
5 


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8 
9 

10 


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12 

15 

14 


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20 
21 

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23 


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No.  14. — Summary  Statement  of  Foreign  Merchandise 


Total  Imports. 

General  Tariff. 

Quantity 

Value. 

Quantity 

Value. 

Duty. 

$ 

* 

%  cts. 

3.332,721 
93,333 
217,799 

304,713 
16,937 
15,092 

1,228,485 
76,909 
202, o93 

116,907 
11,452 
1 1 , 863 

14,613  91 
3,452  47 
3,558  90 

174,282 
6,694 

23,036 
2,170 

51,481 
6,511 

8,815 
2,104 

1,763  00 
631,20 

3,824,829 

361,948 

1,565,979 

151,141 

24,019  43 

4 

9 

4 

9 

9  60 

178 

176 

178 

176 

427  20 

96 
5,243 
423 

179 

9,907 
436 

96 
4,887 
602 

179 
8,720 
598 

230  40 
11,728  80 
1,444  80 

480  657 

956,304 

479, 145 

941,322 

1,149,948  00 

83,462 
1,049,809 
197,160 
1,268,701 

189,394 
694,547 
102,443 
2,395,637 

76,235 
1,021,573 
205, 149 
1,204,245 

185,820 
686, 995 
107,315 
2,207,374 

182,964  00 
2,451,775  20 

492,357  60 
2,890, 18S  00 

63,836 

29,995 

34,836 

29,259 

83,606  40 

5,292 

48,127 

5,069 

45,693 

25,873  50 

8,686 

21,070 

12,231 

24,754 

12,377  00 

10,541 

87,286 

10,350 

87,026 

43,513  00 

8,601 

112,615 

8,654 

113,258 

66,072  80 

33,587 

43,513 

32,563 

39,664 

19,832  00 

9 
10 
11 

12 


13 
14 
15 
16 

17 


18 
19 

20 

21 


A  RTICLE3. 


Dutiable  Goods — Con. 
Spices — 

Ginger  and  spices,  n.o.p.,  unground.. .  Lbs 

Ginger  and  spices,  n.o.p.,  ground   " 

Ginger,  preserved   " 

Nutmegs  and  mace,  whole  or  un- 
ground  " 

Nutmegs  and  mace,  ground   " 

Total,  spices  


Spirits  and  wines,  viz. — 

Amyl  alcohol  or  fusil  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   " 

Methyl  alcohol,  wood  alcohol,  wood 
naphtha,  pyroxylic  spirits,  or  any 
substance  known  as  wood  spirits, 
or  methylated  spirits   " 

Absinthe   " 

Arrack  or  palm  spirits   " 

Brandy,  including  artificial  brandy 
and  imitations  of  brandy,  n.o.p. ...  " 

Cordials  and  liqueurs  of  all  kinds, 
n.o.p.,  mescal  pulque,  rum  shrub 
schiedam  and  other  schnapps;  tafia, 
angostura  and  similar  alcoholic 
bitters  or  beverages   " 

Gin  of  all  kinds,  n.o.p   " 

Rum   " 

Whiskey   " 

All  spirituous  or  alcoholic  liquors, 
n.o.p  .-   " 

Spirits  and  strong  waters  of  any  kind, 
mixed  with  any  ingredient  or  ingre- 
dients, and  being  known  or  desig- 
nated as  anodynes,  elixirs,  essences, 
extracts,  lotions,  tinctures  or  medi- 

,  cines,  or  ethereal  and  spirituous 
fruit  essences,  n.o.p   " 

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 in  bottles  or  flasks  containing 
not  more  than  4  ounces  each   " 

Alcoholic  perfumes  and  perfumed 
spirits,  bay  rum,  cologne  and  laven- 
der waters,  hair,  tooth  and  skin 
washes,  and  other  toilet  prepara- 
tions in  bottles,  flasks  or  other  pkgs. , 
containing  more  than  4  ounces  each.  " 

Vermouth  containing  not  more  than 
40  per  cent  of  proof  spirits   " 


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SESSIONAL  PAPER  No.  11 

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140 


Entered  for  Home  Consumption. 


Preferential  Tariff. 


Treaty  Rates. 


Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity 

Value. 

Duty. 

O    OAS    I  i  ",v 

13,583 

121,560 
183 

$ 

10*}  A70 

5,208 

14,128 
66 

$  cts. 

19,347  20 
798  32 
608  00 

1,766  14 
13  20 

1 

$  cts. 

22,532  86 

Total. 


Quantity 


Value. 


3,434,443 
90,492 
216,015 

173,041 
6,694 


310,379 
16,660 
14,903 

22,943 
2,170 


3,920,685 


Duty 
Collected. 


$  cts. 


33,961  11 
4,250  79 
4,166  90 

3,529  14 
644  40 


4 
178 


96 
4,887 
602 

479, 145 


76,235 
1,021,573 
205,149 
1,204,245 

34,836 


5,069 
12,231 

10,350 


8,654 
32,563 


367,055; 


46,552  34 


176 


179 
8,720 
598 

941,322 


9  60 


427  20 


230  40 
11,728  80 
1,444  80 

1,149,948  00 


185,820     182,964  00 
686,995  2,451,775  20 
107,315    492,357  60 
2, 207, 374 ;2, 890, 188  00 

29,259      83,606  40 


45,693 
24,754 


25,873  50 
12,377  00 


87,026      43,513  00 


1 

2 
3 

4 

5- 


8 
9 
10 

11 


12 
13 
14 
15 

1& 


113,258 
39,664 


66,072  80 
19,832  00 


17 


is; 


19 


20 
21 


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Total  Imports. 

Articles. 

General  Tariff. 

Quantity 

Value. 

Quantity 

\  alue. 

Duty. 

Dutiable  Goods — Con. 

I 

5 

%  cts. 

Spirits  and  wines — Con. 

1 

Vermouth  containing  more  than  40 

99 

181 

27 

34 

64  80 

2 

Nitrous  ether,  sweet  spirits  of  nitre 

and  aromatic  spirits  of  ammonia. . . 

u 

702 

2,665 

(02 

O  POT 

2,66a 

2,484  30 

3 

Wines,  ginger,  containing  not  more 

than  40  per  cent  of  proof  spirits  

tt 

6,120 

6,337 

6,094 

6,365 

3,182  50 

4 

Wines,  ginger,  containing  more  than 

40  per  cent  of  proof  spirits  

tt 

58 

58 

92 

82 

220  80 

3,223.255 

4,700,879 

3, 102,  732 

4,48<  ,308 

7, 438, 300  lO 

Wines  of  all  kinds,  n.o.p.,  including 

orange,   lemon,   strawberry,  rasp- 

berry, elder  and  currant  wines — 

Containing  20  u.c.  or  less  Droof  SDirit .  Halls. 

119,993 

117,076 

6 

Containing  over  20  p.c.  and  not  over 

23  p.c  

tt 

17,020 

24,274 

7 

Containing  26  p.c.  or  less  of  proof 

spirits  

tt 

261, 100 

162,617 

74,238 

58,315 

36,0o4  00 

8 

Containing  over  26  p.c.  and  not  over 

27  p.c  

tt 

22,494 

11,937 

14,632 

7,750 

6,421  96 

9 

Containing  over  27  p.c.  and  not  over 

28  p.c  

a 

61,663 

44,419 

49,015 

32,616 

24,979  45 

10 

Containing  over  28  p.c.  and  not  over 

29  p.c  

40,990 

30,574 

30,582 

20,418 

16,523  28 

11 

Containing  over  29  p.c.  and  not  over 

30  p.c  

38,509 

33,779 

21,000 

14,646 

12,163  80 

12 

Containing  over  30  p.c.  and  not  over 

tt 

31,429 

33,223 

14,730 

13, 172 

9,843  60 

13 

Containing  over  31  p.c.  and  not  over 

32  p.c  

54,667 

57,998 

34,055 

33,726 

24,761  45 

14 

Containing  over  32  p.c.  and  not  over 

33  p.c  

tt 

45,946 

55,595 

24,956 

33,916 

21,654  56 

15 

Containing  over  33  p.c.  and  not  over 

28,362 

44,546 

22,037 

37,037 

21,909  23 

16 

Containing  over  34  p.c.  and  not  over 

tt 

12,016 

21,081 

9,077 

17,165 

9,869  54 

17 

Containing  over  35  p.c.  and  not  over 

5,733 

9,295 

4,525 

8,863 

5, 147  65 

18 

Containing  over  36  p.c.  and  not  over 

37  p.c  

tt 

2,735 

4,776 

2,413 

4,553 

2,765  44 

19 

Containing  over  37  p.c.  and  not  over 

38  p.c  

tt 

1,097 

2,574 

1,014 

2,243 

1,291  44 

20 

Containing  over  38  p.c.  and  not  over 

39  p.c  

tt 

697 

1,015 

591 

699 

587  94 

21 

Containing  over  39  p.c.  and  not  over 

tt 

228 

386 

399 

536 

428  13 

22 

Containing  more  than  40  p.c.  of  proof 

it 

4,493 

4, ?00 

4,541 

4,853 

10,898  40 

749, 172 

659,965 

307,805 

290.508 

205,299  87 

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Preferential  Tariff. 


Treaty  Rates. 


Quantity. 


Value. 


Duty.  Quantity 


$  cts. 


132,412 
15,800 
188,440 
13,954 
14,328 
12,439 
15,365 
15,759 
22,394 
19, 170 
4,319 
2,317 
524 
343 
58 
70 
21 


Value. 


4.57,713 


115,927 
24,602 
103, 156 
6,352 
11,003 
10,328 
17,151 
18, 185 
26,708 
19,730 
6,929 
3,801 
1,219 
714 
181 
176 
103 


366,265 


Duty. 


$  cts. 


Total. 


Quantity 


27 
702 
6,094 
92 


19,861  80 
3,160  00 
47,110  00 
3,907  12 
4,441  68 
4,229  26 
5,685  05 
6,303  60 
9,629  42 
8,818  20 
2,116  31 
1,204  84 
288  20 
198  94 
35  38 
44  80 
14  07 


3,102,732 


117,048  67 


132,412 
15,800 
262,678 
28,586 
63,343 
43,021 
56,365 
30, 489 
56,449 
44,126 
26,356 
11,394 
5,049 
2,756 
1,072 
661 
420 
4,541 


Value. 


34 
2,665 
6,365 

82 


Duty 
Collected. 


$  cts. 

64  80 
2,484  30 
3, 182  50 
220  80 


4,487,308  7,438,300  70 


765,518 


115,927 
24,602 
161,471 
14, 102 
43,619 
30, 746 
31,797 
31,357 
60,434 
53,646 
43,966 
20, 966 
10,082 
5,267 
2,424 
875 
639 
4,853 


19,861  80 
3, 160  00 
83, 164  00 
10,329  08  8 
29,421  13  9 
20,752  54  10 
17,848  85  11 


16, 147  20 
34,390  87 


12 
13 


30,472  76  14 


656,773 


24,025 

54 

15 

11,074 

38 

16 

5,435 

85 

17 

2,964 

38 

18 

1,326 

82 

19 

632 

74 

20 

442 

20 

21 

10,898 

40 

22 

322,348  54 

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10 
11 

12 

13 
14 
15 


16 
17 
IS 

19 


20 
21 


Total  Imports. 


Articles. 


Dutiable  Goods — Con. 

Champagne  and  all  other  sparkling  wines — 

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  each  but  more  than  half  a  pint, 
old  wine  measure   " 

In  bottles  containing  one-half  pint  each 
or  less   " 

In  bottles  containing  over  one  quart 
each  


Galls. 


Total,  wines,  sparkling. 


Sponges   $ 

Starch,  including  farina,  cornstarch,  <fcc.  Lbs. 
Stockinettes  for  the  manufacture  of  rub- 
ber boots  and  shoes  when  imported  by 
manufacturers  of  rubber  boots  and 
shoes,  for  use  exclusively  in  the  manu- 
facture of  such  articles  in  their  own 
factories   $ 


Stone  and  manufactures  of — 

Flagstone,  granite,  rough,  sandstone, 
and  all  building  stone,  not  hammer- 
ed, sawn  or  chiselled  Tons. 

Flagstone,  all  other  building  stone, 

sawn  or  dressed   " 

Granite,  sawn  only   " 

Granite,  manufactures  of,  n.q.p   S 

Grindstones,  not  mounted  and  not  less 

than  36  inches  in  diameter   S 

Grindstones,  n.o.p   S 

Paving  blocks   $ 

Manufactures  of  stone,  n.o.p   $ 

Total,  stone  and  manufactures  of  


2,4.51,030 


Straw  ;  Tons. 

Straw,  carpeting,  rugs,  mats  and  matting  $ 

Straw,  manufactures  of,  n.o.p   $ 

Straw,  pulp   S 

Total,  straw  and  manufactures  of  


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.o.p.,  not  above  No.  16  D.S.  in 
colour,  sugar  drainings,  or  pumpings 
drained  in  transit,  melado  or  concen- 
trated melado,  tank  bottoms  and 
sugar  concrete   " 


51,775 
7L2 


614 


23,663,109 


Quantity 

Value. 

S 

18,566 

291,002 

59,883 

526, 183 

2,680 

8,447 

146 

936 

826,568 

General  Tariff. 


Quantity     Value.  Duty. 


1,711 
36 
10 


84,909 
101,964  2,019,648 


108,217 


20,185  81,260 


300,378 
5,417 
161,855 

89,198 
22,317 
64,737! 
38,950 


20,072 

51,666 
594 


764,112 


6,373 
85,321 
16,403 
13 


614 


108,110 


843,466  4,266,147 


$  cts. 


1,075        9,816       6,492  30 


9,328       5,621  55 
91  56  82 

70  36  00 


19,305      12,206  67 


77,054  13,484  90 
81,389      30,294  87 


49,487 


79,964 


7,423  05 


11,994  60 


299,959      59,991  80 
4,506  901  20 

9,908       3,467  80 


78,676 
21,013 
64,737 
35,584 


11,801  40 
5,253  25 
12,947  40 
10,675  20 


594,347     117,032  65 


6,373 
18,498 
21,357 
13 


1,228  00 
4.624  50 
3,737  63 
3  25 


46,241       9,593  38 


154,409      51,777  67 


528,968,541  13,890,583  144,538,402  3,656,853  1,109,123  15 


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Entered  for  Home  Consumption. 


Preferential  Tariff. 

Treaty  Rates. 

Total. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity 

Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity 

Value. 

Duty 
Collected. 

S 

$  cts. 

14,634 

49,948 
2,556 
116 

$ 

247,064 

449,962 
7,925 
779 

$  cts. 

48,292  20 

82,414  20 
2,095  92 
174  00 

15,709 

51,659 
2,592 
126 

f 

256,880 

459,290 
8,016 
849 

$  cts. 

54,784  50 

88,035  75 
2,152  74 
210  00 

705, 730 

132,976  32 

725, 035 

145,182  99 

1 

9.367        1.405  05 

86,421 

IflCl  14.0 

108,217 

14,889  95 
13,296  05 

*»oKJ ,  \riO 

23,760 
58,730 

4,806  45 
5,873  00 

2,500,293 

113 

109 
118 

1,296 

419 
911 
151,744 

10,281 
1,304 

129  60 

62  85 
136  65 
45,523  20 

1,028  10 
228  23 

20, 185 

51,775 
712 

81,260 

300,378 
5,417 
161,652 

88,957 
22,317 
64,737 
37,899 

12,124  20 

60,054  65 
1,037  85 
48,991  00 

12,829  50 
5,481  48 
12,947  40 
11,138  20 

2,315 

463  00 

168,270      47,571  63 

1 

762.617     164.604  28 

614 

6,373 
85,387 
21,689 
13 

1,228  00 
19,646  75 
3,787  43 
3  25 

97  30 

66,333 

14,924  95 

332             49  80 

888 

147  10 

66,333 

14,924  95 

113,462 

24,665  43 

18,730,845 
358 100  836 

659,917 
9,643,305 

156,747  20 
1,904,446  67 

22,996,992 
502  639,238 

814,326 
13,300,158 

208,524  87 
3,013,569  82 

9 
!() 
11 

12 
13 
14 
15 


Hi 
17 
18 
19 


20 


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10 


Articles. 


Dutiable  Goods — Con. 

Sugars,  syrups  and  molasses — Con. 
Raw  sugar  as  described  in  preceding 
item,  when  imported  to  be  refined  in 
Canada  by  Canadian  sugar  refiners 
under  provisions  of  Tariff  Items  135b 
and  135c.  (This  item  does  not  in- 
clude the  amount  of  sugar  entered  for 
consumption  under  Tariff  Item  135, 
on  which  a  refund  of  duty  was  sub- 
sequently obtained  under  Items 
135b  and  135c)   Lbs. 


Total,  sugars. 


Total  Imports. 


Quantity  Value. 


General  Tariff. 


Quantity  Value. 


25,396,807  629,277 


60,165,262 


1,585,050 


Duty. 


$  cts. 


318,230  96 


578  028457  15,363,326  208,969,811|  5,396,312  1.479,131  78 


Syrups  and  molasses  of  all  kinds,  the 

product  of  the  sugar  cane  or  beet, 

n.o.p.,  and  all  imitations  thereof  or 

substitutes  therefor   Lbs.  3,639,585 

Molasses  produced  in  the  process  of  the 

manufacture  of  cane  sugar  from  the 

juice  of  the  cane  without  any  admix- 
ture with  any  other  ingredient,  when 

imported  direct  from  the  place  of 

production,  or  its  shipping  port,  in 

the  original  package  in  which  it  was 

placed  at  the  point  of  production  and 

not  afterwards  subjected  to  any  pro- 
cess of  treating  or  mixing,  testing  by 

polariscope  not  less  than  35  degrees 

nor  more  than  56  degrees  Galls.       61, 170 


Total,  syrups  and  molasses. 


Sugar  candy,  and  confectionery  of  all 
kinds  including  sweetened  gums, 
candied  peel,  candied  pop  corn,  can- 
died fruit,  candied  nuts,  flavoring 
powders,  custard  powders,  jelly  pow- 
ders, sweetmeats,  sweetened  breads, 
cakes,  pies,  puddings  and  all  other 
confections  containing  sugar   Lbs. 

Glucose  or  grape  sugar,  glucose  syrup 
and  corn  syrup  or  any  syrups  contain- 
ing any  admixture  thereof   " 

Sugar,  maple,  and  maple  syrup   " 

Surgical  trusses,  pessaries  and  suspensory 

bandages   $ 

Tallow   Lbs. 


Tape  lines  of  any  material   $ 

Tape  lines — yarn,  for  the  manufacture  of.  Lbs. 

Total,  tape  lines,  yarn,  &c  


93,247 


2,988,382  60,514 


16,054 


109,301 


67,088 


14,941  94 


17,460 


77,974 


2,012  64 


16,954  53 


8,131,592  1,161,834 


5,530,389 
41,112 


2,188,182  283,375 


86,766  3,833,787 
4,838  14,870 


99,131  35 


83,491  23,961  37 
2,233  446  60 


263,541 

25,231 

156, 859 

12,212 
1.773 

3,774 

1,213 

13,985 

38,235 
12,448 


7.647  00 
2,489  60 


9,873 
289 


2.463  25 
28  90 


10,162,       2,497  15 


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Preferential  Tariff. 


Quantity.  Value. 


Duty. 


Treaty  Rates. 


Quantity 


$  cts. 


376,831,68'  10,303,222  2,061,193  87 


677,716  31,662 


31,662 


5,784,631  821,641 


102,581 
175 


106,682 


2,561 


3,572 
17 

6, 195 
12,783 


2,342 
1,484 

3,826 


2,372  15 


2,372  15 


Value. 


134,869  95  230,799 


410  26 
2  55 


774  55 
1,917  45 


409  95 
74  20 

484  15 


43,018 


385 


Duty. 


$  cts. 


Total. 


Quantity 


13,981  02 


67  41 


0  22 


0  22 


60,165,262 


Value. 


1,585,050 


585,801,492  15,699,534 


3,666,098 


67,038 


8,203,612 


3,936,368 
15,045 


263,541 


3,774 


92, 176 


17,460 


109,636 


1,148,034 


87,063 
2,250 

44,815 
25,231 


12,216 
1,773 

13,989 


Duty 
Collected. 


$  cts. 


318,230  96 


3,540,325  65 


17,314  09 


2,012  64 


19,326  73 


298,032  32 


24,371  63 
449  15 

8,488  96 
4,407  05 


2,878  42 
103  10 

2,981  52 


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Total  Imports. 


Articles. 


Dutiable  Goods — Con. 


1  Tea  of  Ceylon,  black   Lbs. 

2  Tea  of  Ceylon,  green  

3  Tea  of  India,  black  

4  Tea  of  India,  green  

5  Tea  of  China,  black  

6  Tea  of  China,  green  

7  Tea  of  Japan,  green  

8  Tea  of  other  countries,  black  

9  Tea  of  other  countries,  green  


Total,  teas. 


10  Tinware,  japanned  or  not,  and  all  manu- 
factures of  tin,  n.o.p   S 


Tobacco  and  manufactures  of — 

11    Cigarettes   Lbs 

12!    Cigars   " 

13  Tobacco,  cut   " 

14  Snuff   " 

15  All  other  manufactures  of  tobacco, 
n.o.p  :   " 

Total,  tobacco  and  manufactures  of  


16  Tobacco  pipes  of  all  kinds,  pipe  mounts, 

cigar  and  cigarette  holders  and  cases 
for  the  same,  smokers'  sets  and  cases 
therefor,  and  tobacco  pouches   S 

17  Trawls,  trawling  spoons,  fly  hooks,  sink- 

ers, swivels,  and  sportsman's  fishing 
bait,  and  fish  hooks,  n.o.p   $ 

18  Trunks,  valises,  hat-boxes,  carpet  bags, 

and  tool  bags  

19  Twine,  manufactures  of,  viz.:  hammocks 

and  lawn  tennis  nets,  sportsman's  fish 
nets  and  other  articles,  n.o.p  

20  Umbrellas,  parasols  and  sunshades,  of 

all  kinds  and  materials  

21  Unenumerated  articles  

22  Varnish,  lacquers,  japans,  japan  dryers, 

liquid  dryers  and  oil  finish,  n.o.p  Galls. 


Vegc  tables — 

23    -Melons   No. 

24 j    Potatoes,  n.o.p  Bush. 

25  Potatoes,  sweet  and  yams   " 

26  Tomatoes,  fresh   " 

27  Tomatoes  and  cooked  corn  in  cans  or 

other  air-tight  packages   Lbs. 

28;    Vegetables,  and  baked  beans  in  cans  or 

other  air-tight  packages,  n.o.p   " 

29j    Vegetables,  n.o.p   $ 


Total,  vegetables. 


Quantity 

Value. 

General  Tariff. 

Quantity 

Value. 

Duty. 

10,733 
11,934 
670 
7,684 
14,449 
55,691 

1 OO  OOA 

52,889 
1 ,  JUo 

S 

1,282 
1,733 
154 
429 

2,296' 
7,043 

8,729 

1  C1 

lol 

10,733 
11,934 
670 
7,684 
14,449 
39,650 
192,374 
51,441 
1,203 

8 

1,282 
1,733 
1.54 
429 
2,296 
4,962 
25,221 
8,370 
181 

S  cts. 

12$  20 
173  30 
15  40 
42  90 
229  60 
496  20 
2,522  10 
837  00 
18  10 

343,633 

49,468 

330,138 

44,628 

4,462  80 

496, 156 

391,168 

97,792  00 

67,919 
151,302 
529,284 

32,023 

249, 152 

165,758 
605,764 
370,966 
10,613 

118,142 

65,173 
152,456 
530,339 

31,533 

235,883 

159,681 
613,232 
368,720 
10,385 

114,229 

235,439  25 
610,676  00 
291,686  45 
15,766  50 

117,941  50 

1,029,680 

1,271,243 

1,015,384 

1,266,247 

1,271,509  70 

865,836 

42,704 
95,381 

43,341 

93,271 
682,676 

162,935 

115,083 

19,986 
73,045 

32,503 

19,610 
629,871 

124,616 

40,279  05 

6,995  10 
21,913  50 

9,750  90 

6,863  50 
110,229  65 

42,493  93 

90,261 

72,274 

1,200,754 
494,834 
44,716 
82,613 

9,244,307 

9,829,594 

104,904 
491,095 
53,015 
229, 2S1 

346,157 

460,082 
1,085,448 

1,193,962 
350,123 
44,607 
83,062 

'7,622,125 

7,529,841 

104,572 
403,082 
52,914 
227,845 

238,390 

308,777 
1,067,566 

35,818  86 
70,024  60 
4,460  70 
68,353  50 

114,331  78 

112,947  75 
320,269  80 

2,769,982 

2,403,146 

726,206  99 

i  TRADE  AND  NAVIGATION 

SESSIONAL  PAPER  No.  11 
Imported  into  Canada,  &c. — Continued. 


157 


Entered  for  Home  Consumption. 


Preferential  Tariff. 


Treaty  Rates. 


Quantity.  Value. 


Duty.  Quantity 


$  cts. 


104,770      15,715  50 


329,462 

22,744 
20,126 

10,838 

73,115 
48,734 

18,097  38,296 


74, 129  22 

5,117  90 
4,025  20 

2,167  60 

16,451 
7,310  10  . 

9,363  80  . 


119,619 
93 
200 

71,723 
81 
606 

14,952  51 
6  51 
121  20 

6,081 

425 

60  81 

156,417 

9,550 
10,475 

1,564  17 
1,571  25 

92,860 

18,276  45 

Value. 


420, 759 


1,931 


1,413,903 
1.827,483 


92,558 
137,908 


230,466 


Duty. 


S  cts. 


Total. 


Quantity 


136,746  83 


531  01 


10,733 
11,934 
670 
7,684 
14,449 
39,650 
192,374 
51,441 
1,203 


330, 138 


65, 173 
152,456 
530,339 

31,533 


Value. 


1,282 
1,733 
154 
429 
2,296 
4,962 
25,221 
8,370 
181 


Duty 
Collected. 


44,628 


495,938 


$  cts. 

128  20 

173  30 

15  40 

42  90 

229  60 

496  20 

2,522  10 

837  00 

18  10 


4,462  80 


113,507  50 


159,681  235,439  25 

613,232  610,676  00 

368,720  291,686  45 

10,385  15,766  50 


235,883      114,229     117,941  50 


1,015,384   1,266,247  1,271,509  70 


90,371 


865,304 

42,730 
95,102 

43,341 

92,725 
678,605 

162,912 


251,155  10 

12,113  00 
26,469  71 

11,918  50 

23,314  86 
117,539  75 

51,857  73 


17,673  77 
19,627  21 


37,300  98 


1,193,962 
469,742 
44,700 

83,262, 

9,042,109 
9,513,741 


104,572 
474, 805 1 
52,995 
228,451 


35,818  86 
84,977  11 
4,467  21 
68,474  70 


10 


11 

12 
13 
14 

15 


331,373    132,066  36 

456,235  134,139  13 
1,078,041     321,841  05 


2,726,472    781,784  42 


16 

17 

18 

19 

20 
21 

22 


23 
24 
25 
26 

27 

28 
29 


15s  CUSTOMS  DEPARTMENT  -  i 

3  GEORGE  V.,  A.  1913 
Xo.  14. — Summary  Statement  of  Foreign  Merchandise 


Total  Imports. 


Articles. 


Quantity- 


Value. 


GeneraJ  Tariff. 


Quantity     Value.  Duty. 


Dutiable  Goods — Con. 

Vinegar,  of  any  strength  not  exceeding 

strength  of  proof  

Vinegar,  above  strength  of  proof  


156, S03 
24,156; 


57,957' 
2. 


12,782 
23,644 


1,915 
2,496 


$  cts. 


1,917  30 
4,977  15 


Total,  vinegar   180,959 


60,856  36,426' 


4,411        6,894  45 


Waste  or  shoddy  from  cotton,  woollen  or 
other  fabrics  or  from  yarn  or  thread, 
machined,  garaetted  or  prepared  for 


use. 


Lbs. 


4  Watches   § 

5  Watch  cases  and  parts  thereof,  finished 

or  unfinished   I 

Watch  actions  and  movements  and  parts 
thereof,  finished  or  unfinished  includ- 
ing winding  bars  and  sleeves   $ 

Total,  watches,  cases,  movements,  &c... 


7 
8 
9 
10 
11 


Was,  bees  Lbs. 

Wax,  paraffine  ,  

Wax,  sealing  

Wax,  vegetable  and  mineral,  n.o.p  

Wax,  and  manufactures,  of  n.o.p   " 


12 
13 


14 


15 

16 
17 


6, 121.01S      400,617  3,591  627 


118,848 
1,477,000 
85,-561 
456,392 


Total,  wax  and  manufactures  of   2,137,801 


Webbing,  elastic,  over  one  inch  wide. ...  •? 

Webbing,  non-elastic  when  imported  by 
manufacturers  of  suspenders  for  use 
exclusively  in  the  manufacture  of  such 
articles  in  their  own  factories   $ 


Total,  webbing,  elastic,  &c. 


Whips  of  all  kinds,  including  thongs  and 
lashes   " 


Window  cornices  and  cornice  poles  of  all 

kinds   % 

Window  shade  or  blind  rollers   S 

Window  shades  cut  to  size  or  hemmed 
or  mounted  on  rollers,  n.o.p.,  and  win- 
dow shade  cloth  in  the  piece  Sq.  yds. 

Total,  window  cornice?,  rollers,  shades,  &c 


86,380  . 
140,254'. 


213,178      26,648  19 


23,271  6,981  30 
136,151      40,845  30 


1,201,824    1.19S, 245    149,781  01 


1,428,458   1  1,357,667    197,607  61 


35,631 
67,214 
17,429 
78,517 
62,472 


111.301 

1,438,202 
36, 553 
461,970 


33,371 
64, 153 
3,149 
80,342 
59, 542 1 


3,337  10 
16,038  25 
787  25 

8,034  20 
10,420  10 


261,263  2,048,026      240,557,     38,616  90 


355,062 


16,324 


371,386 


21,180 


22,865 
25,802 


314,546       50,803  32,114 


298,839 


15,813 


314,652 


59,767  80 


3,162  60 
62,930  40 


13,780       4,134  00 


14,873  4,461  90 
18,456,      6,459  60 


5,461       1,911  35 


99,470 


38,790      12,832  85 


TRADE  AND  X AT I  GAT 1 OX 


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SESSIONAL  PAPER  No.  11 

Imported  into  Canada,  <fec. — Continued. 


Entered  for  Home  Consumption. 

Preferential  Tariff. 

Treaty  Rates. 

Total. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity 

\  alue. 

Duty. 

Quant  it y 

Value. 

Duty 
Collected. 

$ 

$  cts. 

$ 

$  cts. 

$ 

$  cts. 

145,734 
770 

56,524 
501 

14,573  40 
846  98 

3,147 

874 

393  47 

161,663 
24,414 

59,313 
2,997 

16,884  17 
5,824  13 

146,504 

57,025 

lo,4JU  38 

874 

ono    A  "7 

6\)o  47 

186,077 

62,310 

22,708  30 

2,528,391 

187,439 

14,057  98 

6,120,018 

400,617 

40,706  17 

3,168 
2,669 

593 

633  60 

en  1 1 1 

86,156 
138,820 

1,198,838 

24,037  27 
41,379  10 

149,840  31 

533  80 

59  30 

h 

6,430 

1,226  70 

59,717 

16,422  37 

1,423,814 

215,256  68 

5,52b 
44,263 
49,722 
981 

1,560 
2,912 
14,312 
181 

78  00 

1  1  £*  007 

116,827 
1,482,465 
86,275 
462,951 

34,931 
67,065 
17,461 
80,523 
62,472 

3,415  10 
16,475  05 
2,934  05 
8,043  25 
10,859  60 

436  80 

2,146  80 



9  05 

2,930 

439  50 

1  f\f\     A  Ail 

100,492 

21,895 

3,110  15 

2, 148,518 

262,452 

41,727  05 

56,752 
511 

7,094  17 
63  88 

355,591 
16,324 

66,861  97 
3,226  48 

57,263 

7,158  05 

371,915 

70,088  45 

7,400 

1,480  00 

21,180 

5,614  00 

7,992 
7,346 

45,245 

1,598  40 
1,652  88 

10,180  21 

22,865 
25,802 

50,706 

6,060  30 
8,112  48 

12,091  56 

282,124 

314,238 

60,583 

13,431  49 

99,373 

26,264  34 



4 

5» 

6. 


8- 
9 

1& 
11 


12 


14 


15- 
16- 


ir 


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3  GEORGE  V.,.  A.  1913 
No.  14. — Summary  Statement  of  Foreign  Merchandise 


Articles. 


Dutiable  Goods — Con. 

Wood  and  manufactures  of — 
Barrels  containing  petroleum  or  its 
products,  or  any  mixture  of  which 
petroleum  forms  a  part,  when  such 
contents  are  chargeable  with  a  speci- 
fic duty   No. 

2  Barrels,  empty   " 

3  Caskets  and  coffins  and  metal  parts 

thereof   $ 

4  Curtain  stretchers   S 

5  Fishing  rods   S 

6  Handles,  D.  shovel,  wholly  of  wood  .  S 

7  Handles  of  all  kinds,  ash   S 

8  Handles  of  all  kinds,  hickory   $ 

9  Heading  and  stave  bolts  and  staves  in 
the  rough  of  poplar   S 

Lasts  of  wood  . . . .  $ 

Matches  of  wood   S 

Mouldings  plain,  gilded  or  otherwise 

further  manufactured   $ 

Rakes,  hay   No. 

Refrigerators   " 

Show  cases  of  all  kinds  and  metal  parts 

thereof  '.   " 

Woodenware,  churns,  n.o.p.,  wash- 
boards, pounders  and  rolling  pins. . .  § 

Woodenware  pails  and  tubs   S 

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  . . . .  M .  ft 

Umbrella,  parasol  and  sunshade  sticks 

or  handles,  n.o.p   S 

Veneers  of  oak,  rosewood,  mahogany 
Spanish  cedar  and  walnut,  not  over 

#W  of  an  inch  in  thickness   ? 

Veneers  of  wood,  n.o.p.  not  over  &  of 

an  inch  in  thickness   ? 

Walking  sticks  and  walking  canes  of 

all  kinds   8 

Wood  pulp   S 

Total,  wood  and  manufactures  of  


10 
11 
12 

13 
14 
15 

16 

17 

18 
19 


20 
21 

22 
23 
24 


25 

2G 
27 
28 
29 
30 
31 

32 
33 
34 


Wool,  manufactures  of — 
Blankets  composed   wholly  of  pure 

wool   Lbs. 

(  assimeres,  cloths  and  doeskins   Yds. 

Coatings,  and  overcoatings   " 

Tweeds   " 

Felt,  cloth  n.o.p   " 

Flannels,  plain,  not  fancy   " 

Knitted  goods,  including  knitted  under- 
wear, n.o.p   1 

Bed  comforters   No. 

Railway  rugs   $ 

Shawls   $ 


Total  Imports. 


Quantity  Value. 


54,052 
108,770 


3,684 
1,410 

3,020 


52,542 


53,742 
114,396 

27,291 
7,593 
29,840 
54,522; 
32,429 
79,826 

48 

117,523 
58,425 

72,312 
518 
45,877 

31,503! 

22,003 
7,497, 
2,005,566 


687,977 
22,402 

251,576 

44,25l' 

16, 234 1 
90,301 


General  Tariff. 


Quantity  Value. 


181,518  65,112 

5,330,233  3,455,562 

1,579,755  1,300,355 

2,261,496  1,507,894 

27,635  27,516 

531,912  93,077 


971,872 
5931 
54,170' 
87,135! 


267 


Duty. 


$  cts. 


48,007  47,697 
108,888  114,425 


27,291 
7, 565 
22,310 
54,517 
32,296 
79,463 


3,684 
1,407 

1,773 


117.520 
48,816 

72,365  l 
518 
45,685 


11,924  25 
28,606  25 

6,822  75 
2,269  50 
6,693  00 
8, 177  55 
8,074  00 
19,865  75 

9  60 

29,380  00 
12,204  00 

18,091  25 
116  54 
13,705  50 


23,014       8,054  90 


21,928 
7,511 
1,893  844 


52,539      687, S84 
15,642 


251 , 522 

44,13e| 

8,836 
87, 104 


4.3S5  60 
1,877  75 
473,461  00 


171,971  00 
3,128  40 

18,864  74 

6, 620  40 

2,650  80 
21,776  00 


3,873,652    3,711,937    878,730  53 


101,524 
587,325 
66,581 
85,837 
18,279 
127.  :»>;o 


31 


25,218 
325.442 
44,316 
52,639 
17,296 
25,814 

257,000 
75 
4,293 
23, 157 


8,826  31 
113,904  70 
15,510  60 
18,423  65 
6,053  60 
9,034  90 

89,950  05 
26  25 
1,502,55 
8, 104  95 


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SESSIONAL  PAPER  No.  11 

Imported  into  Canada,  &c. — Continued. 


161 


Entered  for  Home  Consumption. 


Preferential  Tariff. 


79,904 
4,650,174 
1,530,838 
2,188,435 
9,308 
405,169 


Treaty  Rates. 


Value. 


5,444 

85 


Duty.  Quantity 


S  cts. 


952  74 
14  88 


28 
7,530 
5 
145 
363 


3 

343 
129 


192 
8,280 
86 

'85 ,408 


93 
6,260 

54 
115 

7.442 

3,197 


125,202 


39,797 
3,123,559 
1,270,629 
1,461,458 
9,980 

67,328 


236 


716,264 
518 
49,985 
....!  64,232 

11— i— 11 


5  60 
1,506  00 
0  50 

25  39 
63  54 


0  53 
60  04 

22  58 


38  40 
1,863  09 
12  90 
14,' 947  09 


16  27 
939  00 

2  70 

11  50 

1,488  40 
479  55 


22,450  70 


■r 


8,954  76 
937,067  70 
381,188  70 
438,437  40 

2,994  00 
15,149  57 

161,161  53 
155  40 
14,995  50 
19,269  60 


Value. 


6,543 


Duty. 


$  cts 


1,472  20 


Total. 


Quantity 


53,450 
108,938 


25,393 


31,936 


5,713  60 


7,185  80 


3,684 
1,410 

3,025 


52,542 


Value. 


53,141 
114,510 

27,291 
7,593 
29,840 
54,522 
32,441 
79,826 

48 

117,523 
55,702 

72,494 
518 
45,877 

31,294 

22,014 
7,511 
2,004,645 


687,977 
21,902 

251,576 
44,251 


16,278 
90,301 


181,428 
5,237,499 
1,597,419 
2,274,272 
27,587 

533, 129 


3,869,075 


267 


65,015 
3,449,001 
1,314,945 
1,514,097 
27,276 
93,142 

973,264 
593 
54,278 
87,389 


Duty 
( '<  'ilected. 


$  cts. 


12,876  99 
28,621  13 

6,822  75 
2,275  10 
8,199  00 
8,178  05 
8,099  39 
19,929  29 

9  60 
29,380  53 
13,736  24 

18,113  83 
116  54 
13,743  90 

9,917  99 

4,398  50 
1,877  75 
494,121  69 


171,987  27 
4,067  40 

18,867  44 

6,631  90 

4,139  20 
22,255  55 


908,367  03 


17,781  07 
1,050,972  40 
396,699  30 
456,861  05 
9,047  60 
24, 184  47 


251,111  58  31 


181  65 
16,498  05 
27,374  55 


9 

10 
11 

12 
13 
14 

IS 

16 
17 
18 


19 

20 

21 
22 
23 


25 
26 
27 
28 
29 
30 


32 
33 
34 


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CUSTOMS  DEPART il EXT  1 

3  GEORGE  V.,,  A.  1913 

No.  14. — Summary  Statement  of  Foreign  Merchandise 


Total  Imports. 


Articles. 


Dutiable  Goods—  Con. 

Wool  and  manufactures  of — Con. 

Shirts  of  wool  Doz 

Socks  and  stockings  of  all  kinds. .  . .  Doz.  prs 

Undershirts  and  drawers,  n.o.p   $ 

Yarns,  composed  wholly  or  in  part  of 
wool,  worsted,  the  hair  of  the  goat 
or  like  animal,  n.o.p.,  costing  thirty 
cents  per  pound  or  over, when  import- 
ed on  the  cop,  cone,  or  tube,  or  in  the 
hank,  by  manufacturers  of  woollen 
goods,  for  use  exclusively  in  their 
own  factories  Lbs. 

Yarns,  woollen  and  worsted,  n.o.p   " 

All  fabrics  and  manufactures  composed 
wholly  or  in  part  of  wool,  worsted, 
&c,  n.o.p   $ 

Fabrics  of  wool  or  of  cotton  or  wool, 
commonly  described  and  sold  as 
lustres,  mohairs,  alpaca  and  Italian 
linings  Yds 

Women's  and  children's  dress  goods, 
coat  linings,  Italian  cloths,  alpacas, 
Orleans,  cashmeres,  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,  when 
imported  in  the  gray  or  unfinished 
state  for  the  purpose  of  being  dyed 
or  finished  in  Canada  Sq.  yds 

Clothing,  women's  and  children's  out- 
side garments   $ 

Clothing,  ready-made  and  wearing 
apparel,  composed  wholly  or  in  part 
of  wool  worsted,  <fcc,  n.o.p   $ 

Carpets,  Axminster,  including  Abusson, 
Savonerie  and  Moquette   Yds. 

Carpets,  Brussels,  including  Wilton 
and  Teprac   " 

Carpets,  Tapestry,  including  drum 
printed  or  machine  printed,  and 
velvet   " 

Carpets,  Ingrain,  2  and  3  ply  all  wool 
or  union   " 

Whole  carpets,  including  tufted,  hand 
made  or  Oriental,  Turkish,  Persian, 
Japanese,  Indian  or  Smyrna  Sq.  yds 

Mats  and  rugs,  including  hearth  sizes 
30  sq.  ft.  and  smaller,  wool,  n.o.p  .  $ 

Felt,  pressed  of  all  kinds  not  filled  or 
covered  by  or  with  any  woven  fabric  Lbs. 

Worsted  tops  made  from  such  wools  as 
are  grown  in  Canada   S 

Total,  wool  and  manufactures  of  


Quantity 

Value. 

• 
* 

4,778 

38,995 

697,008 

1,249,988 

121,783 

3,531,423 

1,886,253 

488,439 

254,069 

7,054,189 

4,189,679 

1,200,624 

General  Tariff. 


Quantity 


635 
82,616 


90,940 
109,688 


489, 186 


359,623 
361,487 

1,055,497 
153,138 

191,493 


1,298,276 


198,132 
494,020 

1,757,151 
3^3,327 

355,894 


25,859 


3,798 


Value. 


5,108 
145,672 
32,697 


50,437  10,087  40 
60,691      18,207  30 


1,844,158 


10, 233 


15,842 


16,890 


1,512  378  00 

346,601!  121,310  35 

868,861  304,101  3* 

16,392  5,737  20 

19,952  6,983  20 


584,721 

25,398 

16,437 

5,752  95 

127,660 

18,516 

16,067 

5,623  45 

204,786 

44,071 

64,702 

22,645  70 

667,380 

189,645 

66,375  75 

298,804 

832,017 

160,171 

40,042  75 

2,676 

1,109 

166  35 

24,403,738 

4,625,695  1,592,003  11 

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SESSIONAL  PAPER  No.  11 
Imported  into  Canada,  &c. — Continued. 


163 


Entered  for  Home  Consumption 


Preferential  Tariff. 


Treaty  Rates. 


Quantity. 


Value. 


4,131  33,767 
613,070  1,101,375 

89,334 


3,439,805 
385,086 


4,145,785 


481,044 


340,425 
345, 632 


1,835,831 
192,054 


5,224,994 


1,186,013 


194,262 
145,774 

885,362 
322,706 
336,895 


Duty.  Quantity 


S  cts. 


10,130  10 
275,343  75 
20, 100  48 


229,479  56 
38,410  80 


1,567,498  20 


266,854  02 


1,032,006  571,659 
134,622  111,593 


146,338 


46S.3S6 


29, 139  30 
43,732  20 

265,608  60 
80,676  50 
84,223  75 

142,914  75 

27,898  25 


139,184|  34,796  00  . 

477,138  119,284  50'. 

139,264  20,889  6ol 

1,567  156  70 


19,792,522  5,236,511  22^ 


11-4— 1H 


3,302 


Value. 


1,948 


Duty. 


$  ets. 


1,948 


Total. 


Quantity 


438  31 


4,766 
695,686 


3,530,745 
494,774 


4,171,644 


488,144 


Value. 


38,875 
1,247,047 
122,031 


Duty 
Collected. 


$  cts. 


11,917  90 

326,328  95 
31,544  43 


1,886,268 
252,745 


239,566  96 
56,618  10 


7,069,152  2,212,953  50 


1,196,246    270,435  57 


438  31 


356,267 
362,522 

1,057,404 
153,138 

190,409 


197,722 
492,375 

1,754,223 
339,098 


29,955  61 
165,042  55 


569,709  95  10 


5,413  70 


356,847      91,206  95 


1,300,403 


588,096 
127,660 

203,886 
666,783 
299,435 
2,676 


24,420,165 


148,667  70 
33,521  70 

57,441  70 
185,660  25 
60,932  35 
323  05 


6,828,952  64 


11 

12 

13 
14 

15 
16 
17 
18 


164 


CUSTOMS  DEPARTMENT  i 

3  GEORGE  V.,,  A.  1913 
No.  14. — Summary  Statement  of  Foreign  Merchandise 


Articles. 


Dutiable  Goods — Con. 


1  Zinc,  manufactures  of,  n.o.p.   $ 

12  Damaged  goods,  under  sections  49  to  53 
of  Rev.,  Stat.  cap.  32   S 

3  Prepaid  postal  parcels  from  Great  Britain  $ 

4  Special  duty  on  articles  shipped  to 

Canada  at  lower  than  usual  home 

trade  price   $ 

■5  Additional  duties,  post  entries,  over 
collections,  &c   $ 


Total,  Dutiable  goods. 


Total  Imports. 


Quantity 


Value. 


General  Tariff. 


Quantity 


S 

34,032 

4,985 
99,608 


Value. 


S 

31,492 

4,985 
99,608 


Duty. 


$  cts. 

7,873  00 

575  72 
27,500  56 

86,354  25 
436,092  72 


343,370,082    233,104,531  66,283,746  21 


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SESSIONAL  PAPER  No.  11 
Imported  into  Canada,  &c. — Continued. 


Entered  for  Home  Consumption. 

Preferential  Tariff. 

Treaty  Rates. 

Total. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity 

Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity 

Value. 

Duty 

Collected. 

$ 

1  cts. 

S 

$  cts. 

$ 

$  cts. 

2,518 

377  70 

34,010 

4,985 
99,608 

8,250  70 
575  72 

I 

2 

27,500  56 

86,354  25 
436,092  72 

3 

4 

• 

5 



88, 05S, 830 

18,018,718  74 

14,140,699 

3,273,571  57 

335,304,060 

87,576,036  52 

135 


CUSTOMS  DEPARTMENT  i 

3  GEORGE  V.,  A.  1913 

No.  14. — 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,  China  or  Cornwall  stone,  cliff  stone,  and  felspar, 
fluorspar,  magnesite,  ground  or  unground   S 


Clays,  viz.:— 

China  clay,  ground  or  unground  Cwt. 

Fire  clay,  ground  or  unground   $ 

Pipe  clay,  ground  or  unground   S 

Clays,  all  other,  n.o.p   $ 


Imported. 


Entered  for 

Home 
Consumption. 


Quantity.*  Value 


1,159 


Quantity.  Value. 


1,616 
143,330 


1.159 


1,616 
143,330 


366,185 


Total,  clays. 


Coal,  anthracite,  and  anthracite  dust  Tons. 

Earths,  crude  only   $ 

Emery,  in  bulk,  crushed  or  ground   $ 

Flint,  and  ground  flint  stones  Cwt. 

Fossils   $ 

Fuller's  earth,  in  bulk  only   $ 

Gannister.  Cwt. 

Gravels  and  sand  Tons 

Gypsum,  crude  (sulphate  of  lime)   " 

Pumice  and  pumice  stone,  lava  and  calcarious  tufa  not 
further  manufactured  than  ground   $ 


Minerals,  viz.:  Alumina  Cwt. 

Cryolite  or  kryolite   " 

Litharge   " 


120,262 
118,863 
1,642 
16,904 


366, 185 


120,262 
118,863 
1,642 
16.904 


257,671'  i  257,671 


74,061 


Total,  minerals. 


Mineral  waters,  natural,  not  in  bottles  Galls 

Meerschaum,  crude  or  raw   Lbs. 

Ores  of  metals,  n.o.p  Cwt. 

Phosphate  rock  (fertilizer)   S 

Diamonds,  unset   $ 

Diamond  dust  or  bort,  and  black  diamonds  for  borers.  S 
Salt,  imported  from  the  United  Kindgom,  or  any  British 
possession;  or  imported  for  the  use  of  the  sea  or  gulf 

fisheries  Cwt. 

Stone,  refuse,  not  sawn,  hammered  or  chiselled,  nor 

fit  for  flagstone,  building  stone  or  paving  Tons. 

Silex  or  crystallized  quartz,  ground  or  unground  Cwt. 

Talc,  ground,  bolted  or  precipitated,  not  for  toilet  use. .  " 
Wliiting,  gilders'  whiting  and  Paris  white   " 


4,118,379  19,306,639 
10,259 
47,263 
49,481 
2,297 
7,324 
2,566 
25S.43S 
12,263 


74,061 


13,486 
263,971' 
2,147 


19,527 


4,118,379  19,306,639 
10,259 
47,263 
49,481 
2,2!»7 
7,324 
2,566 
258,438 
12,263 

19,527 


13,486 
263,971 
2,147 


211,002 
7,996 
16,419 


421,857 
35,639 
59,908 


211,002 
7,996 
16,419 


235,417      517,404  235,417 


421,857 
35,639 
59,908 


2,280 
23 

29,058,529 


43.3  2,280 
168  23 
4,006,174  29,058,529 

43,342   

2,611,854   

50,121 


Total,  mine. 


THE  FISHERIES. 


Ambergris  

Fish  offal  or  refuse  

Fur  skins,  undressed,  the  produce  of  marine  animals. 

Pearl,  mother  of,  unmanufactured  

Tortoise  and  other  shells,  unmanufactured  


S 
$ 
S 
$ 

i 


2,125,522  332,554 


258,731 
7,445 
7,  920 

266,114 


108,281 
7,314 
9,527 
99,760 


2,125,522 

258,731 
7,445 
7,920 

266,114 


27,905,606 


587 
7,137 
819 
8,133 
19,149 


517,404 


433 
168 

4.006,174 
43,342 

2,611,854 
50, 121 


332,554 

108,281 
7,314 
9,527 
99,760 


27,905,606 


587 
7,137 

819 
8,133 
19,149 


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SESSIONAL  PAPER  No.  11 

No.  14. — Summary  Statement  of  Imports — Continued. 


ARTICLES. 


FREE  GOODS. — THE  FISHERIES — Con. 

Turtles   % 

Whale  bone,  unmanufactured   Lbs. 

Seed  and  breeding  oysters,  imported  for  the  purpose 

of  being  planted  in  Canadian  waters   $ 

Live  fish  and  fish  eggs  for  propagating  purposes   $ 


SPECIAL  FROM  NEWFOUNDLAND. 

Fish — Cod,  haddock,  ling  and  pollock,  fresh   Lbs. 

Cod,  haddock,  ling  and  pollock,  dry  salted  or  smoked  Cwt. 

Cod,  haddock,  ling  and  pollock,  wet  salted   " 

Cod,  haddock,  ling  and  pollock,  pickled   " 

Halibut,  fresh   Lbs. 

Herring,  fresh   " 

Herring,  pickled   " 

Herring,  smoked   " 

Sea  fish,  other,  fresh   " 

,    Sea  fish,  other,  pickled   " 

Lobsters,  fresh  Brls. 

Lobsters,  preserved  in  cans  :   Lbs. 

Bait — fish,  clams  or  other,  fresh  or  salted   Brls. 

Salmon,  fresh   Lbs. 

Salmon,  canned   " 

Salmon,  pickled   " 

Total,  fish  from  Newfoundland  


Imported. 


Quantity. 


Fish  oil,  viz.:  Cod  Gals. 

Seal   " 

Other   " 

Total,  fish  oil  from  Newfoundland  


Other  articles,  produce  of  the  fisheries,  n.e.s. 

Total,  fisheries  


the  forest. 

Cork-wood,  unmanufactured   S 

Bark,  hemlock   Cord; 

Felloes  of  hickory  or  oak,  not  further  manufactured 

than  rough  sawn  or  bent  to  shape   $ 

Handle,  heading,  stave  and  shingle  bolts,  n.o.p   $ 

Hickory  billets   S 

Hickory  and  oak  spokes,  not  further  manufactured 

than  rough  turned  and  not  tenoned,  mitred  or  sized.  S 

Hop  poles   § 

Hub,  last,  wagon,  oar  and  gun  blocks,  and  all  like  blocks 

or  sticks,  rough,  hewn  or  sawn  only,  and  scale  board 

for  cheese  boxes   $ 

Ivory  nuts  (vegetable)  : . . . .  $ 

Fence  posts  and  railroad  ties   $ 

Logs,  and  round  unmanufactured  timber   f 


39, 295 
136,835 
52 
1 

135,714 
2,418,955 
8,380,068 
820 
22,866 
88,124 
2 

174,421 
20 

263,830 
10,380 
418.714 


119,082 
52,629 
45,841 


217,552 


62 


Value. 


Enterbd  for 

Home 
Consumption. 


Quantity. 


3,134 
17 

9,990* 
189 


2,595 
731,589 
240 
4 

8,012 
32,926 
119,965 
82 
1,272 
2,984 
36 
38,083 
241 
21,344 
1,065 
24,020 


39,295 
136,835 
52 
1 

135,714 
2,418,955 
8,380,068 
820 
22,866 
88, 124 
2 

174,421 
20 

263,830 
10,380 
418,714 


984,458 


68,635 
26,262' 
18,096| 


119,082 
52,629 
45,841 


112,993  217,552 


1,916 


1,148,522 


40,938 
372 

112*883 

158,006 
93,556 

234,828 
23,624 


142,924 
55,960 
1,115, 132 
821,173 


02 


Value. 


3,134 
17 

9,990 
189 


2,595 
731,589 
240 
4 

8,012 
32,926 
119,965 
82 
1,272 
2,984 
36 
38,083 
241 
21,344 
1,065 
24,020 


984,458 


68,635 
26, 262 
18,096 


1,916 


1,148,522 


40,938 
372 

112,883 
158,006 
93, 556 

234,828 
23,624 


142,924 
55, 960 
1,115, 132 
821,173 


168 


CVSTOUS  DEPARTMENT  l 

3  GEORGE  V.,  A.  1913 

No.  14. — Summary  Statement  of  Imports — Continued. 


ARTICLES. 


Imported. 


Entered  for 

Home 
Consumption. 


TREE  GOODS — THE  FOREST — C  Ofl. 

Lumber  and  timber,  planks  and  boards,  when  not  other- 
wise manufactured  than  rough  sawn  or  split  or  creo- 
soted.  vulcanized,  or  treated  by  any  other  preserving 
process,  viz.:   cherry,  chestnut,  gumwood,  hickory 

and  whitewood  Fee* 

Mahogany  

Oak  

Pitch  pine  ttieei 

Red   wood   Feet 

Rose  wood   u 

Spanish  cedar   u 

Sycamore   u 

Walnut....   u 

White  ash  •  •  -  • 

African  teak,  amaranth,  black  heart,  ebony,  box- 
wood, cocoboral,  dogwood,  lignum  vitae,  persim- 
mon, red  cedar,  and  satin  wood   ? 

Timber,  hewn  or  sawn,  squared  or  sided,  or  creosoted  $ 
Planks,  boards  and  other  lumber  of  wood,  sawn,  split 
or  cut,  and  dressed  on  one  side  only,  but  not  further 

manufactured  M.feet 

Pine  and  spruce  clapboards  

Laths   *• 

Shingles  

Staves  of  oak,  sawn,  split  or  cut,  not  further  manu- 
factured, than  listed  or  jointed  


Quantity. 

Value. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

$ 

1 

16,918,734 

655,220 

16,918,734 

655,220 

2,696,455 

314,409 

2,696,455 

314,409 

63,457,644 

2,449,542 

63,457,644 

2,449,542 

91,441 

1,929,923 

91,441 

1,929,923 

82, 160 

4,935 

82,160 

4,935 

30,050 

3,175 

30,050 

3,175 

964,577 

77,103 

964,577 

77, 103 

650 

19 

650 

19 

470,360 

27,677 

470,360 

27,677 

2,960,599 

152,990 

2,960,599 

152,990 

51,106 

51,106 

366,764 

366,764 

378,482 
11 

66,909 
63,112 


988,579 
170 
155,726 
123,102 


Total,  lumber. 


Sawdust  of  wood,  of  all  kinds   I 

Treenails  

Wood  for  fuel  Cords 


Total,  forest. 


ANIMALS  AND  THEIR  FRODVCE. 

Animals  for  improvement  of  stock,  viz.: 

Horses  

Cattle  

Sheep  

Swine  

Dogs  

Goats  

Asses  

Fowls,  domestic,  pure  bred  

Total,  animals  for  improvement  of  stock. 


7,293  215,482 


378,482 
11 

66,099 
63,112 

7,293 


4,988,579 
170 
155,726 
123,102 

215,482 


11,515,922   11,515,922 


 I  35,368 

1  20 
33,135  108,321 


  35,368 

1  20 
33.135  108,321 


14,459,927    14,459,027 


No. 

2,305 

1,049,332 

U 

388 

68,659 

a 

88 

1,835 

it 

26 

907 

u 

818 

44,619 

u 

2 

60 

u 

1 

40 

it 

9,139 

32,719 

12,767 

1,198,171 

2,344 
388 
88 
26 
818 
2 

1 

9,165 


1,068,182 
68,659 
1,835 
907 
44,619 
60 
40 
32,844 


12,832  1,217,146 


Animals  brought  into  Canada,  temporarily,  and  for  a 
period  not  exceeding  three  months,  for  the  purpose  of 
<  xliibition  or  competition  for  prizes  offered  by  any 
agricultural  or  other  association,  viz.: 

Horses   No. 

Cattle   " 

All  other,  n.o.p   S 

Total,  animals  for  exhibition  


3,453 
195 

1,498,981 
44,374 
11,080 

1,554,435 

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SESSIONAL  PAPER  No.  11 

No.  14. — Summary  Statement  of  Imports — Continued. 


ARTICLES. 


FREE  GOODS — ANIMALS — Con 

Bees   $ 

Bones,  crude  Cwt. 

Bone  dust,  charred  bone,  and  bone  ash   " 

Bristles   Lbs. 

Cat-gut  or  worm  gut  unmanufactured,  adapted  for  the 

manufacture  of  whip  or  other  cord,  or  of  ligatures   $ 

Fur  skins  of  all  kinds,  not  dressed  in  any  manner,  n.o.p. .  $ 


Grease  and  degras  for  stuffing  or  dressing  leather   Lbs. 

Grease,  rough,  the  refuse  of  animal  fat,  for  the  manu- 
facture of  soap  and  oils  only   " 


Total,  grease. 


Guano  and  other  animal  manures  Cwt. 

Hair,  cleaned  or  uncleaned,  not  dyed,  curled  or  other- 
wise manufactured   Lbs. 

Horse  hair,  not  further  manufactured  than  simply  clean- 
ed, and  dipped  or  dyed   " 

Hatters'  furs,  not  on  the  skin   $ 

Hides  and  skins,  raw,  whether  dry  salted  or  pickled   Lbs. 

Hoofs,  horn  strips,  horn  and  horn  tips,  in  the  rough,  not 

polished  or  otherwise  manufactured  than  cleaned   $ 

Ivory,  unmanufactured   Lbs. 

Leeches   $ 

Musk  in  pods  or  in  grains  Oz. 

Pelts,  raw    -. . . . .  $ 

Pigeons,  homing  and  messenger,  pheasants  and  quails..  8 

Quills  in  their  natural  state  or  unplumed   ? 

Rennet,  raw  and  prepared   $ 

Silk,  raw,  or  as  reeled  from  the  cocoon,  not  being  doubled 

twisted  or  advanced  in  manufacture  in  any  way   Lbs. 

Silk  in  the  gum  or  spun,  when  imported  by  manufacturers 
of  silk  underwear  or  of  woven  labels,  for  use  exclusively 
for  the  manufacture  of  such  articles  in  their  own  fac- 
tories  " 

Silk  cocoons  and  silk  waste   § 

Sausage  skins  or  casings,  not  cleaned   $ 

Wool  and  the  hair  of  the  camel,  alpaca,  goat  and  other 
like  animals,  not  further  prepared  than  washed,  n.o.p.  Lbs. 


Total,  animals  and  their  produce. 


47,900,840 


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  un- 
manufactured  $ 

Bristles,  n.e.s   Lbs. 

Broom  corn   $ 

Cane  and  rattans  not  manufactured   S 

<  itron,  lemon  and  orange  rinds  in  brine   $ 

Cocoa  beans,  not  roasted,  crushed  or  ground.   Lbs. 

I  '  uon  wool  or  raw  cotton,  not  dyed   Lbs. 

Esparto,  or  Spanish  grass,  and  other  grasses  and  pulp  of, 
including  fancy  grasses  dried  but  not  coloured  or  other- 
wise manufactured,  n.o.p  Cwt. 


Imported. 


Entered  for 

Home 
Consumption. 


Quantity. 


57,983 
74,313 
209,227 


3,092,707 
12,758,500 


15,851,207 


47,462 
677,416 
169,847 


1,021 

"306 


112,581 


10,731 


7,195,436 


33,621 


5,604,949 
72,793,905 


323 


Value. 


1,132 
76,773 
103,201 
170,713 

2,405 
4,163,140 


134,286 
804,054 


Quantity. 


57, 983 
74,313 
209,227 


Value. 


1,132 
76,773 
103,201 
170,713 

2,405 
4,163,140 


3,092,707  134,286 
12,758,500  804,0.54 


938,340  15,851,207  938,340 


19, 182 
134,369 


47,462 
677,416 
169,847 


123,318 
137,743 
,724,735  47,900,840 


111 

4,483 
389 
2,705 
178,881 
4,591 
1,678 
52,195 


1,021 
' '  306 


381,604 


33,991 
3,762 
902 

1,555,395 


112,581 


10,731 


r,  195,436 


19,568,344! 


19,182 

134,369 

123,318 
137,743 
8,724,735 

111 

4,483 
389 
2,705 
178,881 
4,591 
1,678 
52,195 

381,604 


33,991 
3,762 
902 

1,555,395 


18,032,884 


3,848 
21,994 
437,001 
12,383 
334 
691,669 


33,621 


5,604,949 


7,932,467  72,793,905 


1,410 


323 


3,848 
21,994 
437,001 
12,383 
334 
691,669 
7,932,467 


1,410 


170 


CUSTOMS  DEPARTMENT 

No.  14. — Summary  Statement  of  Imports 


3  GEORGE  V.,  A.  1913 

> — Continued. 


ARTICLES. 


FREE  GOODS — AGRICULTURAL  PRODUCTS — Con. 

Fibre,  Mexican,  istle,  or  tampico  Cwt 

Fibrilla,  flax  fibre  and  flax  tow   " 

Fibre  vegetable,  n.o.p  .'. .  " 

Total,  fibre  


Florist  stock,  viz.:  Azaleas,  rhododendrons,  pot  grown  li- 
lacs, seedling  carnation  stock,  rose  stock  and  other 
stock  for  grafting,  n.o.p.;  araucaria,  bulbs,  corms, 
tubers,  rhizomes  and  dormant  roots,  n.o.p   ? 


Fruits,  green,  viz.: 

Bananas  Bu  nches . 

Berries,  viz.:  wild  blueberries,  wild  strawberries,  and 

wild  raspberries   $ 

Guavas,  mangoes,  plaintains  pomegranates   ? 

Lemons  and  limes   S 

Oranges  and  shaddocks  or  grape  fruit   $ 

Pine-apples   No. 


Imported. 


Quantity. .  Value. 


Entered  for 
Home 

Consumption. 


Quantity.  Value. 


1,614 
1,003 
7,003 


I 

19,103 
4,955 
54,470 


9,620  78,528 


216,301 


1,614 
1.003 
7.003 


19, 103 
4,955 
54,470 


9.620  78,528 


2,193,182 


216.301 


2,071,965  2,193,182  2,071.965 


Total,  fruits  green. 


Foots,  being  the  refuse  of  the  cotton  seed  or  olives  after 
the  oil  has  been  pressed  out  Cwt. 

Hemp,  dressed  or  undressed   " 

Indian  corn,  not  for  purposes  of  distillation  Bush. 

Jute  butts  and  jute  Cwt. 

Locust  beans  and  locust  bean  meal   Lbs. 

Manilla  grass  Cwt. 

Manures,  vegetable   " 

Osiers  or  willows,  unmanufactured   S 

Palm  leaf,  unmanufactured   $ 

Rice,  uncleaned,  unhulled  or  paddy   Lbs. 

Seedling  stock  for  grafting,  viz.: 

Plum,  pear,  peach  and  other  fruit  trees   S 


Seeds,  viz.: — 

Annato   Lbs. 

Beet  and  mangold  r  

Carrot  

Turnip  

Mustard  

Beans  (seed)  from  the  United  Kingdom  

Pease  (seed)  from  the  United  Kingdom  

Rape,  sowing  

Mushroom  spawn. .   $ 

Total,  seeds  


Teasels   $ 

Tobacco,  unmanufactured  for  ex'-ist-  purposes,  under  con- 
ditions of  Inland  Revenue  Act   Lbs. 

Trees,  n.o.p   $ 

Total,  agricultural  products  


5.684 
1,496; 
746,405 


5,684 
1,496 
746.405 


3,617,731  283,858 


3,218,030    3,218,030 


3,617,731  283.858 


6,327,438    6,327,438 


1.-, 


6,363 
82,661 
130,660 
1,267 
17,630 
290,362 
2.216 


31,211  6,363 
416,163  82,661 
9.766,461  15,121,080 


44,198,134 


5,869 
543 
1,470,060 
725 
8,007 
2.  \ry.) 
908,621 

17,690 


1.2671 


17,630 
290,362 
2,216 


44,198,134 


4,673 
346,249 
20,876 
270,004 
196,485 
8,482 
4vM4 
354,802 


319 

:,t.  is.1 

10,574 

23,426 
8,692 
776 
3,131 

13,036 
2,809 


31 
416 
9,757 
5 

1,470 


2 
908 


,211 
163 
,947 
,869 
543 
,060 
725 
,007 
,153 
,621 


17,690 


4.673 
346,249 
20,876 
270,004 
196,485 
8,48a| 
48,884 
354,802 


116,945 


MF.  238, 994 


975 

4,432,682 
2,457 


32,903,935 


17,203,513 


319 
54,182 
10,574 
23,426 
8,692 
776 
3,131 
13,036 
2,809 


116,945 


975 

4,434,757 
2,457 


32,897,496 


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No.  14. — Summary  Statement  of  Imports — Continued. 


171 


ARTICLES. 


MANUFACTURED  AND  PARTIALLY  MANUFACTURED  ARTICLES. 

Admiralty  charts   % 

Album  insides,  made  of  paper   % 

Artificial  limbs,  articles  for  manufacture  of,  pressed 

felt,  elastic  web  and  hollow  wood  blocks   $ 

Artificial  limbs  and  parts  thereof   $ 

Artificial  teeth,  not  mounted   $ 

Asphaltum  or  asphalt,  solid  Cwt. 

Astrachan  or  Russian  hare  skins  and  China  goat  skins, 
plates  or  rugs,  wholly    or    partially    dressed  but 

not  dyed   $ 

Bells  when  imported  for  use  of  churches  only   % 

Binder  twine   Lbs. 

Binder  twine,  articles  which  enter  into  the  cost  of  the 
manufacture  of  binder  twine  or  twine  for  harvest 
binders,  when  imported  for  such  use  exclusively  by 

manufacturers  who  manufacture  such  twine  only   $ 

Blanc  fixe  and  satin  white   Lbs. 

Blanketing  and  lapping  and  discs  or  mills  for  engraving 
copper  rollers,  imported  by  cotton  manufacturers, 
calico  printers,  and  wall  paper  manufacturers  for  use 

in  their  own  factories  only   $ 

Blast  furnace  slag   S 

Bolting  cloth,  not  made  up   § 

Bone  pitch,  crude  only   S 


Books,  viz.:  Bibles,  prayer  books,  psalm  and  hymn 
books,  religious  tracts,  and  Sunday  school  lesson 
pictures  

Books,  printed  by  any  goverment  or  by  any  association 
for  the  promotion  of  science  or  letters  and  official 
annual  reports  of  religious  or  benevolent  associations 
and  issued  in  the  proceedings  of  said  associations,  to 
their  members,  and  not  for  the  puropse  of  sale  or 
trade  

Books,  embossed  and  grooved  cards  for  the  blind  and 
books  for  the  instruction  of  the  deaf  and  dumb  and 
blind  

Maps  and  charts  for  the  use  of  schools  for  the  blind  

Books,  not  printed  or  reprinted  in  Canada,  which  are 
included  and  used  as  text  books  in  the  curriculum  of 
any  university,  college  or  school  in  Canada;  books 
specially  imported  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  case  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 
industries  of  all  kinds,  also  books  printed  in  any  lan- 
guage other  than  the  English  and  French  languages, 
or  in  any  two  languages  not  being  English  or  French, 
or  any  three  or  more  languages  

Book  manuscript  and  insurance  maps  


Imported. 


Quantity 


•  623,701 


29,836,997 


Value. 


2,557 
200 

594 
30,734 
159,016 
552,171 


81,745 
58,692 
2,136,841 


2,658,836 


Total,  books  and  maps. 


Entered  for 

Home 
Consumption. 


Quantity, 


623,701 


29,836,997 


Value. 


29,388-  

29,5451  2,658,836 


12,950 
122,410 
20, 259 
2,152 


298,393 


3,792 


814 
20 


2,557 
200 

594 
30, 734 
159,016 
552, 171 


81,745 
58,692 
2,136,841 


29,388 
29,545 


12,950 
122,410 
20, 259 
2,152 


517,044 
22,431 


194,083 
11,268 


1,047,845 


298,393 


3,792 


814 
20 


517,044 
22,431 


194,083 
11,268 


1,047,845 


172  CUSTOMS  DEPARTMENT  i 

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No.  14. — Summary  Statement  of  Imports — Continued. 


ARTICLES. 


FREE  GOODS — MANUFACTURED  ARTICLES  ETC. —  Con. 

Bookbinder's  cloth   % 

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

Buckram,  adapted  for  the  manufacture  of  hat  and  bonnet 
shapes   $ 

Braids  of  plaits  of  chip,  palm  leaf,  manilla,  willow,  osier, 
rattan,  straw,  Tuscan  or  grass,  suitable  for  making 
or  ornamenting  hats  .•   $.. 

Bullion  or  gold  fringe   $ 

Buttons,  shoe,  papier  mache  Gross 

Carbons  over  six  inches  in  circumference   No. 

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

Chronometers  and  compasses  for  ships   $ 

Coal  and  pine  pitch  Ga-ls.. 

Coal  and  pine  tar, crude. in  packages  of  not  less  than  15  gals.  " 

Coal  tar  base  or  salt  (paranitraniline)   Lbs. 

Coke  Tons. 

Coke,  ground,  when  imported  by  manufacturers  of 
electric  batteries,  for  use  only  in  their  own  factories 
in  the  manufacture  of  such  batteries  Cwt. 

Colours,  metallic,  viz.:  oxide  of  cobalt,  tin  and  copper, 
n.o.p  Lbs. 

Colours,  dry  red  lead  and  orange  mineral   " 

Colours,  zinc  white   " 

Communion  sets  of  metal,  glass  or  wood   $ 

Coir  and  coir  yarn   Lbs. 

Cotton  or  linen  duck,  seamless,  in  circular  form,  of  a 
class  or  kind  not  made  in  Canada  for  use  in  the  manu- 
facture of  hose  pipe   $ 

Cotton  thread,  nitrate  of  thorium  and  nitrate  of  cerium, 
for  use  in  the  manufacture  of  incandescent  gas  mantels 
when  imported  by  manufacturers  of  such  mantels  or 
of  stockings  for  such  mantels   $ 

Crucibles,  clay,  sand  or  plumbago   $ 

Crucibles,  platinum   $ 

Curling  stones  and  handles  therefor   No. 

Drugs,  dyes,  chemicals  and  medicines: 

Acid,  boracic,  in  packages  of  not  less  than  25  pounds..  Lbs. 

Acid,  hydro-rluo-silicic   " 

Acid,  oxalic   " 

Acid,  tannic   $ 

Alum,  in  bulk,  ground  or  unground  but  not  calcined  . .  Lbs. 

Alumina,  sulphate  of  or  alum  cake   " 

Ammonia,  nitrate  of   " 

Ammonia,  sulphate  of   " 

Aniline  and  coal  tar  dyes,  soluble  in  water,  in  packages 

of  not  less  than  one  pound  weight,  including  alizarine 

and  artificial  alizarine   " 

Aniline  oil,  crude   " 

Aniline  salts   " 

Annatto,  liquid  or  solid     " . 

Antimony  or  regulus  of,  not  ground,  pulverized  or 

otherwise  manufactured   " 

Antimony  salts,  viz.:    tartar  emetic,  chlorine  and 

lactate  (antimonine)   " 

Arsenious  oxide   " 

Arsenic,  sulphide  of   " 

Beans,  viz.: 

Tonquin,  crude  only  ".   " 

Vanilla,  crude  only   " 


Imported. 


Entered  for 

Home 
Consumption. 


Quantity. 


Value. 


Quantity.  Value. 


254,591 
1,051,608 


1,646,387 
1,839,392 
24,546 


800,763 
64,041 


87,730 
860,763 

64,041 


253,267    253,267 

15,2841   15,284 

10,607|     254,591  10,607 

194,676  1,051,608  194,676 


24,145 
8,751 
95,315 
82, 502 i 
4,031 


641,903  1,637,091 


1,646,387 
1,839,392 
24,546 


6,359 

303,738 
930, 429 
930, 144 


572,813 


4,392 


327,686 
167,112 
257,382 
25,549 
3,211,790 
6,772,127 
636,013 
356,866 


2,202, 1L>4 
62,811 
241,042 
90,428 

512,590 

20,927 
68,649 
282,165 

731 
18,322 


7,840 

118,231 
35, 178 
22,100 
32,716 
31,182 


113,887 


5,465 
72,376 

5,112 
25,016 


24, 145 
8,751 
95,315 
82, 502 
4,031 


641,903  1,637,091 


6,359 

303,738 
930,429 
930, 1441 


572,813 


4,392 


18,422, 
9,137! 

12,588 
7,491 


327,686 
167,112 
257,382 
25,549 


26,286  3,211,790 

33,055  6,772,127 

40,159  636,013 

11,091  356,866 


467,366  2,202,124 


4,534 
22, 157 
10,717 

32,867 

2,595 
1,304 
5,311 

1,492 
67,323 


62,811 
241,042 
90,428 

512,590 

20,927} 
68,049 
282, 165 

731 
18, 3* 


7,840 

118,231 
35, 178 
22, 100 
32,716 
31,182 


113,887 


5,465 
72,376 

5,112 
25,016 


18,422 
9,137 
12,588 
7,491 
26, 286 
33,055 
40, 159 
11,091 


467,366 
4,534 
22, 157 
10,717 

32,867 

2,595 
1,304 
5,311 

1,492 
67,326 


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No.  14. — Summary  Statement  of  Imports — Continued. 


ARTICLES. 


Borax,  in  bulk  of  not  less  than  25  pounds   Lbs. 

Brimstone,  crude,  or  in  roll  or  flour,  and  sulphur  in  roll 
or  flour   " 

Bromine   " 

Burgundy  pitch  '   " 

Camwood  and  sumac  and  extract  thereof   " 

Chloralum  and  chloride  of  aluminium   " 

Chloride  of  lime  and  hypo-chlorite  of  lime  in  packages 
of  not  less  than  25  pounds   " 

Cochineal   " 

Copper,  precipitate  of  crude   " 

Cream  of  tartar  in  crystal%or  argols   " 

Cyanide  of  potassium,  cyanide  of  sodium,  cyanogen 
bromine  for  reducing  metals  in  mining  opera- 
tions  " 

Dragon's  blood   " 

Dyeing  or  tanning  articles  in  a  crude  state  used  in  dye- 
ing or  tanning,  n.o.p   " 

Extract  of  logwood,  fustic,  oak,  and  of  oak  bark  and 
quebracho   -S 

Ferment  cultures  to  be  used  in  butter-making  

Glycerine,  crude,  when  imported  by  manufacturers 
for  use  only  in  their  own  factories  in  the  manufacture 
of  refined  glycerine   Lbs. 

Glycerine,  when  imported  by  manufacturers  of  explo- 
sives, for  use  exclusively  for  the  manufacture  of  such 
articles  in  their  own  factories   " 

Roots,  medicinal,  viz.:  Alkanet,  crude,  crushed  or 
ground,  aconite,  calumba,  foliae  digitalis,  gentian, 
ginseng,  jalap,  ipecacuanha,  iris,  orris  root,  liquorice, 
sarsaparilla,  squills,  taraxacum,  rhubarb  and  vale- 
rian, unground   $ 

Gums,  viz.; 

Amber,  arabic,  australian,  copal,  damar,  elemy, 
kaurie,  mastic,  sandarac,  Senegal,  tragacanth, 
gedda,  barberry,  pontianac  and  lac,  crude,  seed, 
button,  stick,  and  shell   Lbs. 

Chicle  or  Sappato  gum,  crude   " 

Indigo   " 

Indigo,  paste  and  extract  of   " 

Iodine,  crude   " 

Iron  liquor,  being  solution  of  acetate  or  nitrate  of  iron 

adapted  for  dyeing  and  calico  printing   $ 

Kainite,  and  other  German  mineral  potash  salts  for 

fertilizers   Lbs. 

Lead,  nitrate  and  acetate  of,  not  ground   " 

Litmus  and  all  lichens,  prepared  or  not   " 

Logwood  and  fustic,  ground,  and  ground  oak  bark   " 

Manganese,  oxide  of   " 

Moss,  Iceland,  and  other  mosses   " 

Nut  galls  and  extracts  thereof   " 

Persis,  or  extract  of  archill  and  cudbear   " 

Phosphorus   " 

Potash,  caustic,  in  packages  of  not  less  than  25  pounds 

each   " 

Potash,  chlorate  of,  not  further  prepared  than  ground..  " 

Potash,  bichromate  crude   " 

Potash,  muriate,  and  sulphate   " 

Potash,  red  and  yellow  prussiate  of  

Potash  and  pearl  ash  in  packages  of  not  less  than  25 

pounds  each   " 

Quassia  juice   $ 


Imported. 


Entered  for 

Home 
Consumption. 


Quantity. 


3,270,247 

45,039,790 
23 
52,142 
805,876 
3,600 

12,311,021 
2,887 
3,728 
1,529,778 


637,084 
590 

9,401,888 

25,354,951 


Value.  Quantity. 


920,359 


4,922,200 


3,166,287 
6,421,663 
52,745 
47,056 
10,530 


578,490 
664,215 
842 
5,131 
2,135,010 
785,125 
14,397 
1,520 
16,310 

563,457 
554,296 
303,927 
6,330,818 
162, 199 

193,802 


121,942  3,270,247 

465,926  45,039,790 
40  23 
2,640  52,142 
16,298;  805,876 
806  3,600 

122,214  12,311,021 
1,276  2,887 
429  3,728 
274,603  1,529,778 


96, 107 
508 


637,084 
590 


161,738  9,401,888 

682,511  25,354,951 
83  


128,989  920,359 


942,748 


26, 755 


434,328 
,005, 179 1 
9,611 
8,820 
16,866 

2,813 

6,995 
33,825 
155 
179 
24,381 
35,127 
1,766 
177 
4,846 

28,528 
42,227 
20,578 
116,899 
13,229 

8,850 
40 


4,922,200 


3,166,287 
6,421,663 
52,745 
47,056 
10,530 


578,490 
664,215 
842 
5,131 
2,135,010 
785,125 
14,397 
1,520 
16,310 

563,457 
554,296 
303,927 
6,330,818 
162, 199 

193,802 


Value. 


121,942 

465,926 
40 
2,640 
16, 298 
806 

122,214 
1,276 
429 
274,603 


96,107 
503 

161,738 

682,511 

83 


128,989 


942,748 


26,755 


434,328 
2,005,179 
9,611 
8,820 
16,866 

2,813 

6,995 
33,825 
155 
179 
24,381 
35,127 
1,766 
177 
4,846 

28,528 
42,227 
20,578 
116,899 
13,229 

8,850 
40 


174 


CUSTOMS  DEPARTMENT 

No.  14. — Summary  Statement  of  Imports — 


i 

3  GEORGE  V.r  A.  1913 

Continued. 


ARTICLES. 


FREE  GOODS — MANUFACTURED  ARTICLES,  ETC. — Con. 

Quicksilver   Lbs. 

Quinine,  salts  of  .   Oz. 

Radium  •   J 

Red  liquor,  being  a  crude  acetate  of  aluminum  prepared 
from  pyroligneous  acid  and  adapted  for  dyeing  and 

calico  printing   $ 

Saffron,  saffron  cake,  safflower  and  extracts  of   Lbs. 

Sal  ammoniac   " 

Saltpetre  or  nitrate  of  potash.. .   " 

Seeds,  aromatic,  crude,  not  edible  and  not  advanced  in 
value  or  condition  by  grinding  or  refining  or  by  any 
other  process  or  manufacture,  viz.: — 

Anise,   anise-star,  caraway,  coriander,  cardamon, 

cumin,  fenugreek  and  fennel   " 

Soda  ash  or  barilla   " 

Soda  bichromate  of   " 

Soda  bisulphite  of   " 

Soda  caustic,  in  packages  of  not  less  than  25  pounds   " 

Soda,  chlorate  of   " 

Soda,  hyposulhpite,  when  imported  by  tanners  for  tann- 
ing leather   " 

Soda  nitrate  of  or  cubic  nitre   " 

Soda,  nitrite  of   " 

Soda,  peroxide  of   " 

Soda,  sal   " 

Soda,  silicate  of,  in  crystals  or  in  solution   " 

Soda,  sulphate  of,  crude,  known  as  salt  cake   " 

Soda,  arseniate,  binarseniate  and  stannate  of   " 

Soda,  prussiate  and  sulphite  of   " 

Sodium,  sulphide  of   " 

Sulphate  of  iron  (copperas)   " 

Sulphate  of  copper  (blue  vitriol)   " 

Tartaric  acid  crystals   " 

Terra  japonica,  gambier  or  cutch   " 

Tin,  bichloride  of   " 

Tin  crystals   $ 

Turmeric   Lbs. 

Ultramarine  blue,  dry  or  in  pulp   " 

Verdigris,  or  sub-acetate  of  copper,  dry   " 

Zinc  dust   " 

Zinc,  sulphate  and  chloride  of   " 

Drugs,  crude,  such  as  barks,  flowers,  roots,  beans,  berries, 
balsams,  bulbs,  fruits,  insects,  grains,  gums  and  gum 
resins,  herbs,  leaves,  nuts,  fruit  and  stem  seeds — which 
are  not  edible  and  which  are  in  a  crude  state  and  not 
advanced  in  value  by  refining  or  grinding  or  any  other 

process  of  manufacture,  n.o.p   $ 


Imported. 


Quantity, 


106,958 
182,601 


Value. 


520 
832,881 
2,311,723 


234,792 
46,875,207 
354,880 
620,949: 
14,350,81L 
1,022,854( 

489,000i 
57,635,452 
46,947) 
25,795 
10,047,212 
9,045,766 
14,237,160 
66,472 
349,889 
1,024,434 
643,772 
2,049,817 
279,214 
2,821,349 
27,479 


Total,  drugs. 


Fashion  plates,  tailors,'  milliners,  and  mantle  makers'..  $ 

Felt,  adhesive,  for  sheathing  vessels   $ 

Fertilizers,  unmanufactured,  n.o.p   $ 

Fillets  of  cotton  and  rubber,  not  exceeding  seven  inches 
wide  when  imported  by  manufacturers  of  card  clothing 
for  use  exclusively  in  the  manufacture  of  card  clothing 
in  their  own  factories   $ 


39,927 
340,520 
2,799 
153,697 
494,523 


60,943 
24,241 
1,747 


673 
1,038 
38,922 
108,702 


Entered  for 

Home 
Consumption. 


Quantity. 


Value. 


106,958 
182,601 


520 
832,881 
2,311,723 


14,339  234,792 
389,810  46,875,207 


20,598 
6,930 
266, 188 
54,776 


354,880 
620,949 
14,350,811 
1,022,854 


6,266 
856,875)57, 

1,857| 

8,7761 
62, 036 j  10, 
62,523  9. 
91,148  14, 

2,620 

8,618i 
14,936 

4,316 
87,528] 
60, 1641 
109,678^ 

4,195 

3,626 

2,512 
22,113 
433 
10,522 
18,740 


130,355 


489,000 
635,452 

46,947 

25,795 
047,212 
045,766 
237,160 

66,472 
349,8891 
024,434i 
643, 772 | 
049,817 
279,214 
821,349 

27,479 


39,927 
340,520 
2,799 
153,697 
494,523 


9,193,671 


33,612 
1,110 
1,319 


308 


60,943 
24,241 
1,747 


673 
1,038 
38,922 
108,702 


14,339 
389,810 

20.598 
6,930 
266, 188 

54,776 

6,266 
856,875 
1,857 
8,776 
62,036 
62,523 
91,148 
2,620 
8,618 
14,936 
4,316 
87,528 
60, 164 
109,678 
4,195 
3,626 
2,512 
22,113 
433 
10,522 
18,740 


130, 355 
9,193,671 


33,612 
1.  110 
1,319 


308 


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No.  14. — Summary  Statement  of  Imports — Continued. 


ARTICLES. 


FREE  GOODS — MANUFACTURED  ARTICLES,  ETC. — Cotl. 

Fisheries,  for  the  use  of,  viz.:  Fish  hooks  for  deep  sea  or 
lake  fishing  not  smaller  in  size  than  No.  2.0,  not  includ- 
ing hooks  commonly  used  for  sportsman's  purposes. . .  $ 

Bank,  cod,  pollock  and  mackerel  fish  lines;  and  mackerel 
herring,  salmon,  seal,  seine,  mullet,  net  and  trawl  twine 
in  hanks  or  coils,  barked  or  not,  in  variety  of  sizes  and 
thread,  including gilling  thread  in  balls,  and  head  ropes 
for  fishing  nets,  manilla  rope  not  exceeding  \\  inches 
in  circumference  for  holding  traps  in  the  lobster  fishery 
barked  marline,  and  net  norsels  of  cotton,  hemp  or 
flax,  and  fishing  nets  or  seines,  when  used  exclusively 
for  the  fisheries,  and  not  including  lines  or  nets  com- 
monly used  for  sportsman's  purposes   $ 

Total,  fish  hooks,  seines,  &c  


Imported. 


Quantity. 


Fuse  heads  of  metal  foil  and  cardboard,  when  imported 
by  manufacturers  of  electric  fuses,  for  use  only  in  their 
own  factories  in  the  manufacture  of  such  fuses   $ 

Glass,  cut  to  size  for  manufacture  of  dry  plates  for  photo- 
graphic purposes  when  imported  by  the  manufacturers 
of  such  dry  plates  for  use  exclusively  in  the  manufacture 
thereof  in  their  own  factories   $ 

Glove  fasteners  metal,  shoe  eyelets,  corset  eyelets,  shoe 
eyelet  hooks,  shoe  lace  wire  fasteners   $ 

Globes,  geographical,  topographical  and  astronomical. .  $ 

Gold  beaters'  moulds  and  gold  beaters'  skins   $ 

Gold  and  silver  sweepings   $ 

Hatters'  bands  (not  cords),  bindings  and  hat  sweats; 
hatters'  tips  and  sides  when  cut  to  shape,  and  cashmere 
when  cut  to  shape  for  under  brims  and  hat  covers,  for 
use  exclusively  in  the  manufacture  of  these  articles  in 
their  own  factories   8 

Hatters'  plush  of  silk  or  cotton   $ 

Hemp,  paper,  made  on  four  cylinder  machines  and  calen- 
dered to  between  .006  and  .008  thickness  adapted  for 
the  manufacture  of  shot  shells;  and  felt  board  sized 
and  hydraulic  pressed  and  covered  with  paper  or  un- 
covered adapted  for  the  manufacture  of  gun  wads   $ 

Hoods,  unfinished,  composed  of  'Leghorn,  'Manilla  palm 
leaf,  grass,  willow  or  chip,  not  bleached  or  blocked .  .  $ 

Iron  sand  or  globules  or  iron  shot,  and  dry  putty  adapted 
for  polishing  glass  or  granite  or  for  sawing  stone  Lbs. 

Ivories,  piano  key   $ 

Junk,  old  :  Cwt. 

Jute  cloth  as  taken  from  the  loom,  not  coloured,  cropped, 
mangled,  pressed,  calendered,  nor  finished  in  any  way  Yds. 

Jute  or  hemp  yarn,  plain,  dyed  or  coloured  Lbs. 

Jute  canvas,  uncoloured  Y  ds. 

Kelp,  sea  grass  and  sea  weed  in  their  natural  state  or 
cleaned  only,  n.o.p  Cwt. 

Lamp  black,  bone  black,  ivory  black  and  carbon  black  Lbs. 

Lenses  and  shutters  for  manufacturing  cameras   $ 

Life  boats  and  life-saving  apparatus  specially  imported 
by  societies  to  encourage  the  saving  of  human  life.  ...  $ 

Lime  juice,  crude  only  Galls. 

Lastings,  mohair  cloth,  or  other  manufactures  of  cloth, 
woven  or  made  in  patterns  of  such  size,  shape  or  form, 
or  cut  in  any  such  manner  as  to  be  fit  only  for  covering 
buttons,  when  imported  by  manufacturers  of  buttons.  $ 


Value. 


23,330 


1,052,518 


1,075,848 


236,476 


7,161 

20,846,478 
2,844,077 
4,268,620 

618 

2,132,616 


108,572 


4,807 


10,570 

237,026 
6,565 
4,560 
46 


109,259 
7,012 


28,188 

2,671 

9,115 
153,305 
17,871 

1,062,173 
248,287 
366,975 

1,949 
79,932 
34,250 

1,489 
18,217 


15,600 


Entered  for 

Home 
Consumption. 


Quantity. 


Value. 


23,330 


1,052,518 


1,075,848 


236,476 

"7,i6i 


4,807 


10,570 

237,026 
6,565 
4,569 
46 


109,259 
7,012 


28,188 

2,671 

9,115 
153,305 
17,871 


20,846,478!  1,062,173 
2, 844, 077 !  248,287 
4,268,620  366,975 


618 

2,132,616 


108,572 


1,949 
79,932 
34,250 

1,489 
18,217 


15,600 


176 


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No.  14 — Summary  Statement  of  Imports — Continued. 


ARTICLES. 


FREE  GOODS — MANUFACTURED  ARTICLES,  ETC. — Con. 

Medals  of  gold,  silver  or  copper,  and  other  metallic 
articles,  actually  bestowed  as  trophies  or  prizes  and 
received  and  accepted  as  honorary  distinctions,  and 
cups  or  other  metallic  prizes  won  in  bona  fide  competi- 
tions  S 

Mexican  saddle  trees  and  stirrups  of  wood   S 


Metals,  viz.— 
Aluminum  in  ingots,  blocks,  bars,  rods,  strips,  sheets 

or  plates  Lbs. 

Aluminium  tubing  in  lengths  of  not  less  than  6  feet, 

not  bent,  &c   " 

Anchors  for  vessels  Cwt. 

Bismuth,  metallic,  in  its  natural  state   Lbs. 

Brass  caps  adapted  for  use  in  the  manufacture  of  elec- 
tric batteries   S 

Brass  cups,  being  rough  blanks,  for  the  manufacture  of 
paper  shells  or  cartridges,  when  imported  by  manu- 
facturers of  brass  and  paper  shells  and  cartridges  for 
use  exclusively  in  the  manufacture  of  such  articles 
in  their  own  factories   $ 

Brass,  old  and  scrap  Cwt. 

Brass,  in  blocks,  ingots  or  pigs   " 

Brass  tubing  not  polished  bent  or  otherwise  manu- 
factured in  lengths  not  less  than  6  feet   Lbs. 

Brass  in  bars  or  rods  not  less  than  6  ft.  in  length,  and 
brass  in  strips,  sheets  or  plates  not  polished,  &c,  for 
use  in  Canadian  manufacture  (O.C.  11th  Aug.  '08)..  Cwt. 


Entered  for 

Home 
Consumption. 


Quantity. 


6,667 
13,408 


2,395,881  487,490  2,395,881 

7,422  2,528  7,422 

5,369  21,597  5,369 

5,104  9,401  5,104 


31,727 
18,032 


4,146 


63,679 
325,772 
204,668 


Value. 


6.667 
13,408 


487,490 

2,528 
21,597 
9,401 


31,727 
18,032 


4,146 


63,679 
325, 772 
204,668 


Total,  brass. 


Britannia  metal,  in  pigs,  blocks,  or  bars  Cwt. 

Canada  plates;  Russia  iron;  terne  plates  and  rolled  sheets 
of  iron  or  steel  coated  with  sine,  spelter  or  other 
metal,  of  all  widths  or  thickness,  n.o.p   " 

Chain,  malleable  sprocket  or  link  belting   $ 


Copper,  old  and  scrap  Cwt. 

Copper,  in  blocks,  pigs  or  ingots   " 

Copper,  in  bars  and  rods  in  coil  or  otherwise,  in  lengths 
of  not  less  than  6  feet  ,  unmanufactured   " 

Copper  in  strips,  sheets  or  plates,  not  polished,  planis- 
hed or  coated,  &c   " 

Copper  tubing  in  lengths  of  not  less  than  6  feet,  and  not 
polished,  bent  or  otherwise  manufactured  Lbs. 

Copper,  rollers  adapted  for  use  in  calico  printing   $ 


Total,  copper. 


1,891,065      340,720  1,S91,065  340,720 


36,261     523,873      36,261     523, S73 


1.462.S58   :  1,462,858 


157  6,318 


190,895 


157 


6,318 


441,163  190,895  441,163 
232,391   j  232,391 


1,923  21,926  1,923 

53,497  677,516  53,497 

269,253  3,558,502  269,253 

32,205|  505,769  32,205 

573,328 


115,323  573,328 
14,233   


Cream  separators  and  steel  bowls  for   S 

Cream  separators — materials  which  enter  into  the  con- 
struction and  form  part  of,  when  imported  by  manu- 
facturers of  cream  separators  to  be  used  in  the  manu- 
facture thereof   $ 

Gun  barrels  in  single  tubes,  forged,  rough  bored   $ 


4,893,269 


361,896 


304,255 
1,350 


21,926 
677,516 

3,558,502 

505,769 

115,323 
14,233 


4,893,269 


361,896 


304,255 
1,350 


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ARTICLES. 


FREE  GOODS— MANUFACTURED  ARTICLES,  ETC. — Con. 

Gas  buoys.— 

The  following  articles  and  materials  when  imported  by 
manufacturers  of  automatic  gas  buoys  and  auto- 
matic gas  beacons,  for  use  in  the  manufacture  of  such 
buoys  and  beacons  for  the  Government  of  Canada 
or  for  export,  viz.:  Iron  or  steel  tubes  over  16  inches 
in  diameter;  flanged  and  dished  steel  heads  made 
from  boiler  plate,  over  5  feet  in  diameter;  hardened 
steel  balls,  not  less  than  3  inches  in  diameter;  ace- 
tylene gas  lanterns  and  parts  thereof  and  tobin  bronze 

in  bars  or  rods   $ 

Iron  or  steel  rods  over  5/16  in.  for  manufacture  of  chains  Cwt. 
Iron  or  steel,  rolled  round  wire  rods,  in  the  coil,  not  over 
f  inch  in  diameter,  when  imported  by  wire  manufact- 
urers for  use  in  making  wire  in  the  coil  in  their  own 

factories  Cwt. 

Boiler  plate  of  iron  or  steel  not  less  than  30  inches  in  width 
and  not  less  than  J  inch  in  thickness,  for  use  exclusively 

in  the  manufacture  of  boilers   " 

Rolled  iron  or  steel,  and  cast  steel  in  bars,  band,  hoop, 
scroll  or  strip,  sheet  or  plate  of  any  size,  thickness  or 
width,  galvanized  or  coated  with  any  material,  or  not, 
and  steel  blanks  for  the  manufacture  of  milling  cutters 
when  of  greater  value  than  3^  cents  per  pound . . .  Cwt.  (Pref ) 
Rolled  iron  or  steel  sheets  in  strips,  polished  or  not,  14 

gauge  and  thinner,  n.o.p  " 

Rolled  iron  or  steel  hoop,  band,  scroll  or  strip,  No.  14 
gauge  and  thinner,  galvanized,  or  coated  with  other 

metal  or  not,  n.o.p  " 

Sheets,  flat,  of  galvanized  iron  " 

Metallic  elements  and  tungstic  acid,  when  imported  by 

manufacturers  of  metal  filaments  for  electric  lamps . .  $ 
Iron  tubing,  lacquered  or  brass  covered,  not  over  2  inches 
in  diameter,  and  brass  trimmings,  when  imported  by 
manufacturers  of  iron  or  brass  bedsteads  for  use  exclu- 
sively in  the  manufacture  of  such  articles  in  their  own 

factories   $ 

Iron  tubing,  brass  covered,  not  over  2  inches  in  diameter, 
in  the  rough,  when  imported  by  manufacturers  for  use 
only  in  their  own  factories  in  the  manufacture  of  towel 

bars,  bath  tub  rails  and  clothes  carriers   $ 

Iron  tubing,  lacquered  or  brass  covered,  not  over  2 
inches  in  diameter,  brass  cased  rods  and  brass  trim- 
mings, when  imported  by  manufacturers  of  carriage 
rails  for  use  exclusively  in  the  manufacture  of  such 

articles  in  their  own  factories   $ 

Iron  tubing,  lacquered  or  brass  covered,  for  manu- 
facturing extension  rods  for  windows   $ 

Iron  or  steel  beams  sheets,  plates,  angles,  knees,  masts 
or  parts  thereof,  and  cable  chains  for  wooden,  iron, 

steel  or  composite  ships  or  vessels  Cwt. 

Locomotive  and  car  wheel  tires  of  steel  in  the  rough..  " 
Manufactured  articles  of  iron  or  steel  or  brass  which  at 
the  time  of  their  importation  are  of  a  class  or  kind 
not  manufactured  in  Canda,  imported  for  use  in  the 

construction  or  equipment  of  ships  or  vessels   $ 

Scrap  iron  and  scrap  steel,  old,  and  fit  only  to  be 
remanufactured,  being  part  of  or  recovered  from  any 
vessel  wrecked  in  waters  subject  to  the  jurisdiction 

of  Canada  Cwt. 

Lead,  tea  Lbs. 


Imported. 


Quantity 


Value. 


21,821 


867,946 


353,668 


82,339 
259,919 


23,027 
486,181 


136,983 
167,083 


27,933 
29, 100 


1,033,397 


516,947 


579,320 
587,259 

41,517 
1,389,343 

41,274 


217,596 


197 


11,288 
7,071 


202,550 
405,993 


Entered  for 

Home 
Consumption. 


Quantity 


21,821 


867,946 


353,668 


Value. 


27,933 
29, 100 


1,033,397 
516,947 


82,339  579,320 


259,919 


23,027 
486,181 


101,726 


60  J  158 
2,825,9571  138,425 


136,983 
167,083 


60 


587,259 


41,517 
1,389,343 

41,274 


217,596 
197 

11,288 
7,071 


202,550 
405,993 


101,726 


158 


2,825,9571  138,425 


11—  i— 12 


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1913 


ARTICLES. 


FREE  GOODS — MANUFACTURED  ARTICLES,  ETC. —  Cofl. 

Machinery,  viz.: 

Articles  of  metal  as  follows,  when  for  use  exclusively  in 
mining  or  metallurgical  operations,  viz.:  coal  cutting 
machines,  except  percussion  coal  cutters;  coal  head- 
ing machines;  coal  augers;  rotary  coal  drills;  core 
drills;  miners'  safety  lamps  and  parts  thereof,  also 
accessories  for  cleaning,  filling  and  testing  such 
lamps;  electric  or  magnetic  machines  for  separating 
or  concentrating  iron  ores;  furnaces  for  the  smelting 
of  copper,  zinc  and  nickel  ores;  converting  apparatus 
for  metallurgical  processes  in  metals;  copper  plates, 
plated  or  not;  machinery  for  extraction  of  precious 
metals  by  the  chlorination  or  cyanide  processes;  am- 
algam safes;  automatic  ore  samplers;  automatic 
feeders;  retorts;  mercury  pumps;  pyrometers; 
bullion  furnaces;  amalgam  cleaners;  blast  furnace 
blowing  engines;  wrought  iron  tubing,  butt  or  lap 
welded,  threaded  or  coupled  or  not,  over  4  inches  in 
diameter;  and  integral  parts  of  all  machinery  men- 
tioned in  this  item ;  blowers  of  iron  or  steel  for  use  in 
the  smelting  of  ores,  or  in  the  reduction,  separation 
or  refining  of  metals;  furnace  slag  trucks  and  slag 
pots  of  a  class  or  kind  not  made  in  Canada;  buddies, 
vanners  and  slime  tables  adapted  for  use  in  gold 
mining   I 

Diamond  drills,  not  to  include  motive  power   No. 

Appliances  of  iron  or  steel,  of  a  class  or  kind  not  made 
in  Canada,  and  elevators  and  machinery  of  floating 
dredges,  when  for  use  exclusively  in  alluvial  gold 
mining  _   $ 

Well-drilling,  and  apparatus  of  a  class  or  kind  not  made 
in  Canada  for  drilling  for  water,  natural  gas  or  oil  and 
for  prospecting  for  minerals,  not  to  include  motive 
power   $ 

Briquette  making  machines   $ 

Newspaper  printing  presses,  of  not  less  value  by  retail 
than  ?  1,500  each,  of  a  class  or  kind  not  made  in  Can- 
ada  No. 

Machinery  and  tools  not  manufactured  in  Canada  up 
to  the  required  standard  necessary  for  any  factory 
to  be  established  in  Canada  or  the  manufacture  of 
rifles  for  the  Government  of  Canada   S 

All  materials  or  parts  in  the  rough,  unfinished,  and 
screws,  nuts,  bands  and  springs,  and  steel  for  rough 
unfinished  parts,  to  be  used  in  rifles  to  be  manufac- 
tured at  any  such  factory  for  the  Government  of 
Canada   % 

Machinery  of  every  kind  and  structural  iron  and  steel, 
for  use  in  the  construction  and  equipment  of  factories 
for  the  manufacture  of  sugar  from  beet  root   $ 

Machinery  of  a  class  or  kind  not  made  in  Canada  and 
parts  thereof,  for  the  manufacture  of  twine,  cordage, 
or  linen  or  for  the  preparation  of  flax  fibre   $ 

Mould  boards  or  shares,  or  plough  plates,  land  sides, 
and  other  plates  for  agricultural  implements,  when 
cut  to  shape  from  rolled  plates  of  steel,  but  not 
moulded,  punched,  podshed  or  otherwise  manufac- 
tured Cwt. 

Material  to  be  used  in  Canada  for  the  construction  of 
bridges  and  tunnels  crossing  the  boundary  between 
Canada  and  the  United  States,  when  similar  mater- 
ials are  admitted  free  under  similar  circumstances 
into  the  United  States,  under  regulations  prescribed 
by  the  Minister  of  Customs   S 


Imported. 


Quantity 


141 


Value. 


822,061 
45,060 


292,178 


195,767 
7,971 


599,626 


33,204 


37,047 


89,717 


35,760 


Entered  for 

Home 
Consumption. 


Quantity.  Value. 


160,825  520,395 


6,247 


141 


822,061 
45,660 


292,178 


195,767 
7,971 


599,626 


33,204 


37,047 


89,717 


35,760 


160,825  520,395 


6,247 


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No.  14. — Summary  Statement  of  Imports — Continued. 


ARTICLES. 


FREE  GOODS — MANUFACTURED  ARTICLES,  ETC. — Con. 

Nic  kel,  nickel  silver  and  German  silver,  in  bars  and 
rods,  and  also  in  strips,  sheets  or  plates   Lbs. 

Nickel,  nickel  silver  and  German  silver,  in  ingots  or 
blocks,  n.o.p   " 

Platinum  retorts,  pans,  condensers,  tubing  and  pipe, 
and  preparations  of  platinum,  when  imported  by 
manufacturers  of  sulphuric  acid  for  use  exclusively  in 
the  manufacture  or  concentration  of  sulphuric  acid 
in  their  own  factories   $ 

Platinum  wire  and  platinum  in  bars,  strips,  sheets  or 
plates   $ 

Platinum  and  black  oxide  of  copper  for  use  in  the  man- 
ufacture of  chlorate  and  colours   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,  suit- 
able  for  umbrella,  parasol  or  sunshade  or  walking 
sticks,  when  imported  by  manufacturers  of  such 
articles  exclusively  in  their  own  factories   $ 

Sewing  machine  attachments   8 

Steel  balls  adapted  for  use  on  bearings  on  machinery 
and  vehicles  (Pref) 

Steel  rolled  for  saws  and  straw  cutters  not  tempered  or 
ground  nor  further  manufactured  than  cut  to  shape, 
without  indented  edges  Cwt. 

Steel  strips  and  flat  steel  wire  when  imported  into 
Canada  by  manufacturers  of  buckthorn  and  plain 
>trip  fencing  for  use  exclusively  in  their  own  factories 
in  the  manufacture  thereof   " 

Steel  wire  Bessemer  soft  drawn  spring  of  Nos.  10,  12 
and  13  gauge,  respectively,  and  homo  steel  spring 
wire  of  Nos.  11  and  12  gauge,  respectively,  when  im- 
ported by  manufacturers  of  wire  mattresses  to  be 
used  exclusively  in  their  own  factories  in  the  manu- 
facture of  such  articles   " 

Steel,  crucible  sheet,  11  to  16  gauge,  2j  to  18  inches  wide 
for  the  manufacture  of  mower  and  reaper  knives 
when  imported  by  manufacturers  thereof  for  use 
exclusively  in  the  manufacture  of  such  articles  in 
their  own  factories   " 

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  manu- 
facturers of  such  articles  for  exclusive  use  in  the 
manufacture  of  such  articles  in  their  own  factories. .  " 

Steel  wire  flat,  of  16  gauge  or  thinner  imported  by  the 
manufacturers  of  crinoline  or  corset  wires  and  dress 
Stays,  for  use  exclusively  in  the  manufacture  of  such 
articles  in  their  own  factories   " 

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  exclu- 
sively in  the  manufacture  of  such  articles  in  their 
own  factories   " 

Steel  No.  24  and  17  gauge,  in  sheets  63  inches  long,  and 
from  18  to  32  inches  wide  when  imported  by  the  man- 
jacturers  of  tubular  bow  sockets  for  use  exclusively 
in  the  manufacture  of  such  articles  in  their  own  fac- 
tories  " 


Imported. 


Entered  for 

Home 
Consumption. 


Quantity. 


4.54,322 
126,947 


21,584 


363 


Value. 


14,489 


73: 


7,791 


3,598 


103,645 
31,582 

30 

185,620 
608 


162,999 
47,870 

4,820 


161,955 


660 


10,653  25,771 


55,957 


2,444 


48,449 


8,427 


1,789  3,635 


Quantity. 


454,322 
126,947 


21,584 


363 


Value. 


103,645 
31,582 

30 

185,620 
608 


162,999 
47,870 

4,820 


161,955 


660 


10, 653]  25,771 


14.489  55,957 


732  2,444 


7,791  48,449 


3,598  8,427 


1,789  3,635 


H_i_12I 


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3  GEORGE  V.r  A.  1913 
No.  14. — Summary  Statement  of  Imiorts — Continued. 


ARTICLES. 


FREE  GOODS — MANUFACTURED  ARTICLES,  ETC. — Cotl. 

Steel  springs  for  the  manufacture  of  surgical  trusses 
when  imported  by  manufacturers  of  surgical  trusses 
for  use  exclusively  in  the  manufacture  thereof  in  their 
own  factories   Lbs. 

Stereotypes,  electrotypes  and  celluloids  of  newspaper 
columns  in  any  language  other  than  English  and 
French,  and  of  books,  and  bases  and  matrices  and 
copper  shells  for  the  same,  whether  composed  wholly 
or  in  part  of  metal  or  celluloid  Sq.  in 

Swedish  rolled  iron  and  Swedish  rolled  steel  nail  rods, 
under  half  an  inch  in  diameter,  for  the  manufacture 
of  horseshoe  nails  Cwt. 

Tagging  metal,  plain,  japanned  or  coated,  in  coils,  not 
over  lj  inches  wide,  when  imported  by  the  manu- 
facturers of  shoe  and  corset  laces  for  use  exclusively 
in  the  manufacture  of  such  articles  in  their  own  fac- 
tories  


Tin  in  blocks,  pigs  and  bars. 

Tin  plates  and  sheets  

Tin  foil  

Tin  strip  waste  


Lbs. 


Total,  tin. 


Steel  seamless  tubing  valued  at  not  less  than  3i  cents 
per  pound  Cwt.(Pref) 

Steel  or  iron  tubes  rolled,  not  joined  or  welded,  not 
more  than  V/i  inches  in  diameter,  n.o.p.   S 

Seamless  steel  or  wrought  iron  boiler  tubes,  including 
flues  and  corrugated  tubes  for  marine  boilers   S 


Barbed  fence  wire  of  iron  or  steel  Cwt. 

Wire,  crucible  cast  steel  valued  at  not  less  than  6  cents 
per  pound   ■  .Lbs.(Pref.) 

Wire  of  brass,  zinc,  iron  or  steel,  screwed  or  twisted,  or 
flattened  or  corrugated,  for  use  in  connection  with 
nailing  machines  for  the  manufacture  of  boots  and 
shoes,  when  imported  by  the  manufacturers  of  boots 
and  shoes,  to  be  used  exclusively  for  such  purposes 
in  their  own  factories  Lbs. 

Wire,  curved  or  not,  galvanized  iron  or  steel  Nos.  9, 12 
and  13  gauge  Cwt. 

Wire  rope  for  use  exclusively  for  rigging  of  ships  and 
vessels   ' 

Wire,  steel,  valued  at  not  less  than  2%  cents  per  pound 
when  imported  by  manufacturers  of  rope  for  use 
exclusively  in  the  manufacture  of  rope   " 

Yellow  metal,  in  bars,  bolts  and  sheets,  for  use  in  the 
construction  or  repairs  of  vessels  


Zinc  in  blocks,  pigs,  bars,  rods,  sheets  and  plates. 
Zinc  spelter  


Total,  zinc. 


Imported. 

Entered  for 
Home 

Consumption. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

% 

$ 

991 

431 

991 

431 

835,957 

14,842 

835,957 

14,842 

04,09<i 

Do, yoi 

Q  4  QrtO 
o4,  S\JO 

Do , "ol 

85 

580 

85 

580 

41,740 
916,030 
1,470,423 
35 

1,706,678 
3,045,618 
lbs, 610 
13 

41.740 
916,030 
1,4<U,4-M 

35 

1,706,678 
3,045,618 
168, 315 
13 

4,920,624 

4,920,624 

2,684 

17,688 

2,684 

17,688 

24,529 

608. 229 

' 

24,529 

CZ.O  o 

60S, 229 

376,625 

766,255 

376,625 

766,255 

13,081 

1,826 

13,081 

1,826 

133,742 

51.36S 

133,742 

51,368 

693,820 

1,255,932 

693,820 

1,255,932 

878 

5,391 

878 

5,391 

45,121 

169,157 

45,121 

169, 157 

572 

7,301 

572 

7,301 

33,379 
125,721 

213,141 
716.064 

33,3X9 
125,721 

213,141 
716,064 

929,205 

929,205 

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ARTICLES. 


Imported. 


Entered  for 

Home 
Consumption. 


Quantity. 


FREE  GOODS — MANUFACTURED  ARTICLES,  ETC. — Con. 

Molasses  not  testing  more  than  56  degrees  by  the  polar- 
iscope  the  produce  of  any  British  country  entitled  to 
the  benefits  of  the  British  Preferential  Tariff  when 
produced  from  sugar  cane  and  imported  direct  by  ship, 
from  the  country  of  production,  or  from  any  British 
country,  in  the  original  package  in  which  it  was  placed 
at  the  point  of  production  and  not  afterwards  subject 
to  any  process  of  treating  or  mixing  Gals.(Pref.) 

Molasses  of  cane  testing  under  35  degrees  by  the  polari- 
scope  when  imported  for  use  exclusively  in  the  manu- 
facture of  compressed  food  for  live  stock   Lbs. 


Total,  molasses  and  syrup. 


Newspapers,  and  quarterly,  monthly  and  semi-monthly 
magazines,  and  weekly  literary  papers,  unbound —  . .  $ 

Noils,  being  the  short  wool  that  falls  from  the  combs  in 
worsted  factories;  and  worsted  tops,  n.o.p   $ 

Oakum  of  jute  or  hemp  Cwt. 

Oil  cake,  linseed  and  linseed  oil  cake  meal,  cottonseed 
cake  and  meal,  palm  nut  cake  and  meal.   " 

Soya  beans  and  soya  bean  cake,  for  use  in  the  manufac- 
ture of  cattle  food  and  of  fertilizers,  when  imported  by 
manufacturers  of  such  cattle  food  and  fertilizers   " 


Oils,  viz.:  Carbolic  or  heavy  oil  Galls. 

Cocoanut,  palm  and  palm  kernel  not  edible  for  manu- 
facture of  soap  

Cotton  seed,  refined,  edible,  for  canning  fish   " 

Gasoline  under  -725  specific  gravity  at  60  degrees  tem- 
perature  " 

Palm  bleached  and  Shea  butter   " 

Asphaltum  oil   $ 

Olive  oil,  for  manufacturing  soap  or  tobacco  or  for 
canning  fish  Galls 

Petroleum,  crude,  fuel  and  gas  oils  (8235  specific  grav- 
ity or  heavier)  at  60  degrees  temperature   " 

Rosin  oil  and  China  wood  oil   % 


5,723,975 
2,765,936 


18,031 
77,083 

4,298 


23, 


653,913 

407,825 
23,891 

270,798 
127,044 


Total,  oils. 


Paper,  matrix,  not  being  tissue  paper,  for  use  in  printing. .  $ 

Paper  tubes  and  cones  of  all  sizes  adapted  for  winding 
yarn  thereon   $ 

Paper,  photographic,  plain  basic, baryta  coated,  adapted 
for  use  exclusively  in  the  manufacture  of  albumnized  or 
sensitized  paper   § 

Philosophical  and  scientific  apparatus,  utensils,  instru- 
ments and  preparations,  including  boxes  and  bottles 
containing  the  same,  maps,  photographic  reproductions, 
casts  as  models,  etchings,  lithographic  prints  or  charts, 
when  specially  imported  in  good  faith  for  use  and  by 
order  of  any  society  or  institution,  incorporated  or 
established  solely  for  religious,  philosophical,  educa- 
tional, scientific  or  literary  purposes,  or  for  the  en- 
couragment  of  the  fine  arts  or  for  the  use  or  by  order 
of  any  college,  academy,  school  or  seminary  of  learning 
in  Canada,  and  not  for  sale   $ 

Twine  or  yarn  of  paper  when  imported  by  manufacturers 
for  the  purpose  of  being  woven  into  fabrics   $ 


72, 


2,036 
231,006 


Value. 

$ 

1,083,443 

5,723,975 

22,171 

2,765,936 

1,105,614 

960,734 

689,304 
60,473 

18,031 

116,909 

77,083 

4,935 

4,298 

106,156 

653,913 

329,803 
14,196 

407,825 
23,891 

1,961,015 
16,929 
21,099 

1,838 

23,270,798 
127,044 

2,036 

2,270,374 
221,589 

72,231,006 

4,942,999  

10,310 
16,969 

60,088 

242,612 
235 

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Xo.  14. — Summary  Statement  of  Imports — Continued. 


ARTICLES. 


Imported. 


Entered  for 

Home 
(  lONSTTMPTIOH. 


Quantity. 


Value. 


Quantity. 


FREE  GOODS — MANUFACTURED  ARTICLES,  ETC. — Con. 

Piano  and  organ  parts: — key  pins,  damper  springs,  jack 
springs,  rail  springs,  regulating  screws,  spoons,  bridle 
wires,  damper  wires,  back  check  wires,  dowel  wires, 
German  center  pins,  brass  pins,  rail  hooks,  brass  brack- 
ets, plates,  damper  rod  nuts,  damper  sockets  and 
screws,  shell,  brass  capstan  screws,  brass  flange  plates 
and  screws,  brass  flanges,  brass  whitened  spring  wire, 
hammer  wires,  fly  felt,  butt  felt,  damper  felt,  hammer 
rail  cloth,  back  check  felt,  catch  felt,  thin  damper  felt, 
whip  cloth,  bushing  cloth,  hammer  felt,  back  hammer 
felt,  bridle  leather  and  buckskin  when  imported  by 
manufacturers  of  piano  keys,  actions,  hammers,  base 
dampers  and  organ  keys,  for  use  exclusively  in  the  man- 
ufacture of  such  articles  in  their  own  factories   S 

Prunella  cloth  of  wool   S 

Rags  of  cotton,  jute,  hemp,  and  wool;  paper  waste  clip- 
pings, and  waste  of  all  kinds,  n.o.p.,  except  metallic; 
broken  glass  or  glass  cullet  Cwt 

Resin  or  rosin  in  packages  of  not  less  than  100  lbs   " 

Rubber  and  gutta  percha,  crude  caoutchouc  or  India 
rubber  unmanufactured   Lbs 

Rubber,  recovered,  and  rubber  substitute  and  hard 
rubber  in  sheets  but  not  further  manufactured   " 

Rubber  powdered  and  rubber  or  gutta  percha  waste  or 
junk   " 

Rubber  thread  not  covered   " 

Total,  rubber  

Soap,  whale  oil   " 

Spirits,  ethyl  alcohol,  when  imported  by  the  Depart- 
ment of  Inland  Revenue  or  by  a  person  licensed  by  the 
Minister  of  Inland  Revenue  to  be  denatured  for  use  in 
the  arts  and  industries,  and  for  fuel,  light  and  power.  .  Galls 

Spurs  and  stilts  adapted  for  use  in  the  manufacture  of 
earthenware   S 

Square  or  round  reeds  and  rawhide  centres,  textile 
leather  or  rubber  heads,  thumbs  and  tips,  and  steel, 
iron  or  nickel  caps  for  whip  ends,  imported  by  whip 
manufacturers  for  use  exclusively  in  the  manufacture 
of  whips  in  their  own  factories   | 

Surgical  and  dental  instruments  of  metal  and  surgical 
needles,  surgical  operating  tables  for  use  in  hospitals, 
X-Ray  apparatus  and  parts  thereof  and  microscopes 
valued  at  not  less  than  $50  each  by  retail   % 

Turpentine,  raw  or  crude   Lbs. 

Turpentine,  spirits  of  Galls. 

Typewriters,  type  tablets  with  movable  figures,  and 
musical  instruments,  when  imported  by  and  for  use 
of  schools  for  the  blind   S 

Yarn,  cotton,  Xo.  40  and  finer   Lbs. 

Yarn,  cotton,  polished  or  glazed,  when  imported  by 
manufacturers  of  shoe  laces  for  use  exclusively  for 
the  manufacture  of  such  articles  in  their  own  factories  " 


564,296 
263,175 


4,431,335 

4,870,394 

2,452,944 
11,289 


127,170 
1,516 


1,136,980 
703,312 


Value. 


127. 170 
1.516 


564.296  1,136,980 
263,175  703,312 


11.765,962 


4,250,269  4,431,335 

792,444  4,870,394 

289,814  2,452,944 

21,853  11,289 


5,354,380  11,765,962 


35,596  1,226 


13,320 


127,040 
950, 328 


2,347,803 


5.S4S 


5,803 
lss 


35,549 


352, 166 
7,951 
629,491 


130 


35,596 


13,320 


1.13S.306 


2,824 


127,040 
950, 328 


4,250,269 

792.444 

289.814 
21,853 


5,354.380 


1,226 

5,803 
188 

35,549 


352,166 
7,951 
629,491 


130 


2,347,803 


5,848 


1,138,306 


2,824 


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ARTICLES. 


FREE  GOODS— MANUFACTURED  ARTICLES,  -ETC- 


-Con. 


Yarn,  linen,  for  the  manufacture  of  towels  and  damask, 
when  imported  by  the  manufacturers  of  such  articles 
for  use  exclusively  in  the  manufacture  of  such  articles 

in  their  own  factories  

Yarn,  mohair  •  •  •  •  •  •  •  •  •  •„•  •  •  ■  • 

Yarn,  wool  or  worsted,  when  genapped,  dyed  or  finished 
and  imported  by  manufacturers  of  braid,  cords, 
tassels,  buttons  and  fringes  for  use  exclusively  in  the 
manufacture  of  such  articles  in  their  own  factories  


Lbs. 


Total,  yarn. 


Total,  manufactures. 


MISCELLANEOUS  ARTICLES. 

Anatomical  preparations  and  skeletons  or  parts  thereof  $ 
Apparel,  wearing,  and  other  personal  and  household 
effects,  not  merchandise,  of  British  subjects  dying 
abroad,  but  domiciled  in  Canada:  books,  pictures, 
family  plate  or  furniture,  personal  effects  and  heir- 
looms left  by  bequest  ■   " 

Articles  and  other  goods,  the  growth,  produce  or  manu- 
facture of  Canada,  returned  within  five  years  after 
having  been  exported  ■  •  •  ■  •   • 

Articles  brought  into  Canada  temporarily  and  for  a 
period  not  exceeding  three  months  for  the  purpose  of 
exhibition  or  of  competition  for  prizes  offered  by  any 
agricultural  or  other  association   $ 

Articles  for  the  use  of  the  Governor  General   $ 

Articles  for  the  personal  or  official  use  of  Consuls  General 
who  are  natives  or  citizens  of  the  Country  they  repre- 
sent, and  who  are  not  engaged  in  any  other  business 
or  profession  •   * 

Articles  for  the  use  of  the  Army  and  Navy,  viz.:  Arms, 
military  stores,  munitions  of  war,  and  other  articles 
the  property  of  the  Imperial  Government  and  to 
remain  the  property  of  such  Government ;  articles  con- 
signed direct  to  officers  and  men  of  His  Majesty's 
Imperial  Navy,  for  their  own  personal  use  or  con- 
sumption, on  board  their  own  ships   $ 

Articles  ex-warehoused  for  ship's  stores   I 

Articles  ex-warehoused  for  Excise  purposes  to  be  manu- 
factured   in   bond,    not   elsewhere   specified   $ 

Bacteriological  products  or  serum  for  subcutaneous  in- 
jection  ,   ;  •  •  • 

Barrels  or  packages  of  Canadian  manufacture  which 
have  been  exported  filled  with  Canadian  products, 
when  returned,  or  exported  empty  and  returned  filled 
with  foreign  products  •.   • 

Bird  skins  and  skins  of  animals  not  native  to  Canada, 
and  fish  skins  for  taxidermic  purposes,  not  further 
manufactured  than  prepared  for  preservation.   $ 

Botanical,  entomological  and  mineralogical  specimens. .  % 

Cabinets  of  coins,  collections  of  medals  and  collections 
of  postage  stamps   I 


Imported. 


Entered  for 

Home 
Consumption. 


Quantity 


Value. 


343.070  02,489 
1,788  1,433 


14,071 


2,713,180 


9,499 


Quantity. 


343,670 
1,788 


14,071 


Value. 


62,489 
1,433 


9,499 


1,214,551 


64.599,843 


2,713,180 


1,214,551 


64,599  843 


3,800 


22,179 


629, 39S 


1,973,213 
44,737 


9,331 


3,800 


22,179 


629,398 


45,070 


11,908 


10,256 


95,741 


108,128 


947 
5,189 

860 


11,247 
714,273 

29 

95,741 


108,128 


947 
5,189 

860 


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i — Continued. 


ARTICLES. 


FREE  GOODS — MISCELLANEOUS  ARTICLES — Con. 

Collections  of  antiquities  when  imported  for  or  by  publis 
museums,  public  libraries,  universities,  colleges  or 
schools,  and  which  are  to  be  placed  in  such  institutions  S 
Clothing  and  books,  donations  of,  for  charitable  purposes  $ 
Coffee,  green,  imported  direct  from  the  country  of 
growth  and  production  or  purchased  in  bond  in  the 

United  Kindgom   Lbs 

Ice   S 

Models  of  inventions  and  other  improvements  in  the 
Arts,  but  no  article  be  shall  deemed  a  model  which 

can  be  fitted  for  use   $ 

Paintings  in  oil  or  water  colours,  and  pastels,  valued  at 
not  less  than  twenty  dollars  each;  paintings  and 
sculptures  by  artists  domiciled  in  Canada  but  residing 
temporarily  abroad  for  purposes  of  study,  under 

regulations  by  the  Minister  of  Customs   S 

Passover  bread   $ 

Settler's  effects   $ 

Specimens,  models  and  wall  diagrams  for  illustrations 
of  natural  history  for  universities  and  public  museums  $ 

Menageries,  horses,  cattle,  carriages  and  harness  of   $ 

Vaccine  and  ivory  vaccine  points  ,   $ 

Works  of  Art  in  bronze  cast  from  models  made  in  Canada 
and  designed  by  sculptors  domiciled  therein   % 


Tea  of  Ceylon,  black,  imported  direct  or  purchased  in 
bond  in  the  United  Kingdom   Lbs. 

Tea  of  Ceylon,  green,  imported  direct  or  purchased  in 
the  United  Kingdom  

Tea  of  China,  black,  imported  direct  or  purchased  in 
bond  in  the  United  Kingdom  

Tea  of  China,  green,  imported  direct  or  purchased  in 
bond  in  the  United  Kingdom  

Tea  of  India,  black,  imported  direct  or  purchased  in 
bond  in  the  United  Kingdom  

Tea  of  India,  green,  imported  direct  or  purchased  in 
bond  in  the  United  Kingdom  

Tea  of  Japan,  green,  imported  direct  or  purchased  in 
bond  in  the  United  Kingdom  

Tea  of  other  countries,  black,  imported  direct  or  pur- 
chased in  bond  in  the  L'nited  Kingdom  

Tea  of  other  countries,  green,  imported  direct  or  pur- 
chased in  bond  in  the  United  Kingdom  

Total,  tea  


Coins,  British  and  Canadian  and  foreign  gold  coins   S 

Gold  bullion  in  bars,  blocks,  ingots,  drops,  sheets  or 

plates,  unmanufactured   $ 

Silver  bullion,  in  bars,  blocks,  ingots,  drops,  sheets  or 

plates,  unmanufactured   S 

Total,  coin  and  bullion  


Imported. 


Quantity 


12,237,512 


13,734,502 
2,211,248 
2,058,206 
1,227,824 
14,643,238 
459,084 
3,313,627 
418,437 
5,806 


Value. 


20,527 
20,701 


1,808,454 
21,248 


38,221 


1,288,046 
33,585 
15,145,212 

2,090 
1,021,582 
14,235 

11,673 


2,712,910 
404,579 

230,959 
158,990 
2,399,860 
76,438 
551,791 
75,334 
1,086 


38, 071, 972  6,661,947 


24,096,596 
980,919 
956,366 


Entered  for 

Home 
Consumption". 


Quantity 


Value. 


20, 527 
20,701 


12,237,512  1,808,454 
  21,248 


38,421 


1,289,216 
33,585 
15,145,212 

2,090 
6,362 
14,235 

11,963 


13,734,502 
2,211,248 
2,058,206 
1,227,824 
14,643,238 
459, 084 [ 
3,313,627 
418,437 
5,806 


2,712,910 
404,579 
280,959 
158,990 
2,399,860 
76,438 
551,791 
75,334 
1,086 


38,071,972  6,661,947 


24,096,596 
980,919 
956,366 


26,033,881    26,033,881 


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SESSIONAL  PAPER  No.  11 

No.  14. — Summary  Statement  of  Imports — Concluded. 


ARTICLES. 

Imported. 

Entered  for 

Home 
Consumption. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

FREE  GOODS — MISCELLANEOUS  ARTICLES — Con. 

Skelp  iron  or  steel,  sheared  or  rolled  in  grooves,  not 
over  four  and  three  quarter  inches  in  width,  when 
imported  by  manufacturers  for  use  only  in  their  own 
factories  in  the  manufacture  of  tubes  of  relied  iron 
or  steel,  not  joined  or  welded,  not  more  than  one  and 

Paper  and  materials  of  paper  ,  gutta  percha  and  imita- 
tion rubber,  when  imported  by  manufacturers  of 
music  rolls  for  piano  players  for  use  only  in  the  manu- 
facture of  such  music  rolls  in  their  own  factories   S 

10,730 

$ 

12,737 

4,765 

277,417 
45,085 

10,730 

$ 

12,737 

4,765 

315,554 
45,085 

Crude  cotton  seed  oil  when  imported  by  manufacturers 
of  refined  cotton  seed  oil  for  use  only  in  their  own 
factories  in  the  manufacture  of  such  refined  cotton 

725,005 

809, 155 

55,365,185 

53,134,752 

215,950,462 

212,178,130 

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No.  15- — Free  Goods. 


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3  GEORGE  V.r  A.  1913 


Articles. 


FREE  GOOD8. 

Produce  of  the  Aline. 

Clay  

Coal,  anthracite  

Gravels  and  sand  

Minerals  

Ores   

Precious  stones — Diamonds  unset,  diamond  dust,  &c. 

Salt   

Whiting   

Other  articles  

Total  

Fisheries. 

Fish,  from  Newfoundland  

Fish,  oil.  .  

Other  articles  

Total  

Forest. 

Corkwood   

Ivory  nuts  

Fence  posts  and  railroad  ties  

Logs  and  round  unmanufactured  timber  

Lumber  and  timber,  planks,  boards,  4c  

Other  articles    

Total  

Animals. 

Animals  for  improvement  of  stock.   

Bristles  9  

Fur  skins,  not  dressed  

Grease  

Hides  and  skins,  undressed  

Pelts,  raw  

Silk,  raw  

Wool  

Other  articles  

Total  


Entered  kor  Consump- 
tion. 

Entered  kor  Consump- 
tion During  the 

Twelve  Months  ending 
March  31,  1912. 

Twelve 
Months  end- 
ing March 
31,  1911. 

Twelve 
Months  end- 
ing March 
31,  1912. 

From 
British 
Empire. 

From 
Other  Coun- 
tries. 

Value. 

Value. 

Value. 

Value. 

$ 

299,533 
15,750,340 
199,428 
462,103 
4,326,773 
2,212,683 
330,251 
97,338 
395,964 

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257,671 
19,306,639 
258,438 
517,404 
4,006,174 
2,661,975 
332,554 
99,760 
464,991 

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151,249 
1,514 
16,830 
678,833 
1,063,125 
262,039 
87,521 
57,200 

128,973 
19,155,390 
256,924 
500,574 
3,327,341 
1,598,850 
70,515 
12,239 
407,791 

24,074,413 

27,905,606 

2.447,009 

25,458,597 

669,033 
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984,458 
112,993 
51,071 

984,458 
112,993 
3,057 

48,014 

820,019 

1,148,522 

1,100,508 

48,014 

64,182 
56,365 
1,197,805 
699, 107 
9.801,314 
689,575 

40,938 
55,960 
1,115,132 
821,173 
11,515,922 
909,902 

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28 

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55,932 
1,115,132 
786,423 
11,415,978 
905,323 

34,750 
99,944 
4,579 

12,508,348 

14,459,027 

140,219 

14,318,808 

1,157,565 
167,025 

3,372,334 
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7,936,115 

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407,583 
1,496,520 
584,736 

1,217,146 
170,713 

4,163,140 
938,340 

8,724,735 
178,881 
381,604 

1,555,395 
702,930 

646,882 
89,349 
248,549 
17,169 
1,549,187 
120,748 
8,333 
1,075,966 
119,301 

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81,364 
3,914,591 
921,171 
7,175,548 
58,133 
373,271 
479,429 
583,629 

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No.  15. — Free  Goods — Continued. 


193 


ARTICLES. 


FREE  GOODS. 


AGRICULTURAL  PRODUCTS. 


Broom  corn  

Cocoa,  beans  not  roasted,  crushed  or  ground. 

Cotton,  wool  or  raw,  cotton  not  dyed  

Fibre,  Mexican  and  vegetable  

Fruits,  green . .  .   

Hemp  

Indian  corn  

Manilla  grass   

Rice,  uncleaned,  unhulled  or  paddy  

Seeds  

Tobacco,  (for  excise)  

Other  articles  ...   


Total . 


MANUFACTURED  AND  PARTIALLY  MANUFACTURED 
ARTICLES. 


Artificial  teeth,  not  mounted... 

Asphaltum  or  asphalt  

Bells  for  churches  

Binder  twine  

Books,  maps,  etc   

Brick,  hre,  for  manufacturers. . 
Coke  


Cotton,  wool  and  waste  

Drugs,  dyes  and  chemicals.. . 
Fish  hooks,  nets,  seines,  &c. . 
Jute  cloth,  yarn  and  canvas 
Metals: — 

Brass   

Copper  

Iron  and  steel  

Tin  


Zinc 


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

Molasses  

Newspapers  and  magazines  

Noils  

Oil  cake  and  meal,  cotton  seed  cake  and  meal  ) 

palm  nut  cake  and  meal  J 

Od,  cocoanut  and  palm   

Oil,  gasoline  under  725  specific  gravity  

Oil,  petroleum,  crude,  fuel  and  gas  

Rags 


Resin  or  rosin  

Rubber,  &c  

Surgical  and  dental  instruments. 
Turpentine,  crude  and  spirits  of. 

Yarns  N.  E.  S  

Other  articles  


Entered 
for  Consumption. 


Twelve 
months  end- 
ing March 
31st,  1911. 


Value. 


380,173 
382,834 
see  manufact 
89,038 
5,306,770 
435,641 
6,951,747 
1,562,430 
636,302 
124,940 
3,820,839 
292,353 


Total 


11 — i — 13 


19,992,076 


155, 
452, 
60, 
2,104, 
977, 
864 
1,887, 
11,757, 
9,117, 
1,118, 
1,079, 


505 
250 
231 
111 
067 
465 
493 
105 
103 
657 
177 


1,122,773 
4,150,088 
12,343,205 
4,235,848 
712,193 
1,481,042 
1,293,116 
870,269 
778,320 

76,099 

258,063 
1,683,385 
1,626,141 
1,012,538 
568,108 
4,742,429 
259,415 
683,369 
990,671 
3,321,420 


Twelve 
months  end 
ing  March 
31st,  1912. 


Value. 


437,001 
691,669 

7,932,467 
78,528 

6,327,438 
416,163 

9,757,947 

1,470,060 
908,621 
116,945 

4,434.757 
325,900 


32,897,496 


see 


159,016 
552,171 
58,692 
2,136,841 
1,047,845 
860,763 
1,644,931 
agricultu 
9,193,671 
1,075,848 
1,677,435 

1,462,£58 
4,893  269 
12,528,057 
4,920,624 
929,205 
1,202,737 
1,105,614 
960,734 
689,304 

116,909 

329,803 
1,961,015 
2,270,374 
1,136,980 

703,312 
5,354,380 

352,166 

637,442 
1,214,551 
3,423,296 


Entered  for  Consump- 
tion during  the  twelve 
months  ending 
MARCh  31st,  1912. 


ri,781,656  64,599,843 


From 
British 
Empire. 


Value. 


2,520 
165,134 
3,039 
18,475 
189,355 
1S5.461 
18 
73,358 
479,905 
56,609 
124,693 
33,369 


1,331,936 


ral 


10,715 
7,802 
10,859 
9,127 
332,144 
105,904 
3,57.5 
products 
1,798,181 
486,601 
1,616,321 

149,634 
61.344 
3,904,819 
2,087,606 
83,712 
235,486 
1,083,443 
77,044 
664,706 

2,464 

153,568 


177,026 
25,674 

283,314 
33,536 
3,449 

911,247 

862,371 


15,181,672 


From  other 
Countries. 


Value. 


434,481 

526,535 
7,929,428 
60,053 
6,138,083 

230,702 
9,757,929 
1,396,702 

428,716 
60,336 
4,310,064 

292,531 


31,565,560 


148,301 
544,369 
47,833 

2,127,714 
715,701 
754,859 

1,641,356 

7,395,490 
589,247 
61,114 

1,313,224 
4,831,925 
8,623,238 
2,833,018 
845,493 
967,251 
22,171 
883,690 
24,598 

114,445 

176,235 
1,961,015 
2,270,374 
959,954 
677,638 
5,071,066 
318,630 
633,993 
303,304 
2,560,925 


49,418,171 


194  CUSTOMS  DEPARTMENT  i 


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No.  15. —  Free  Goods — Concluded. 


ARTICLES. 

Entered 
for  Consumption. 

Entered  for  Consump- 
tion DURING  THE  TWELVE 
months  ending 
March  31st,  1912. 

Twelve 
months  end- 
ing March 
31st,  1911. 

Twelve 
months  end- 
ing March 
31st,  1912. 

From 
British 
Empire. 

From  other 
Countries. 

Value. 

Value. 

Value. 

Value. 

FREE  I M PORTS— Concluded. 

MISCELLANEOUS. 

6,118 
729,607 
1,222,831 
67,281 
959,880 
14,072,011 
5,612,373 
10,206,210 
919,213 

? 

11,247 
714,273 
1,808,454 
38,421 
1,289,216 
15,145,212 
6,661,947 
26,033,881 
1,432,101 

9,688 
26,575 
236,034 
1,854 
411,323 
4,744,S70 
5,742,554 
1.690 
257,554 

1,559 
687,698 
1,572,420 
st;,  5i  ;7 
877,893 
10.400,342 
919,393 
2fi,032,191 
1,174,547 

Total  

Total  Free  

Total  Dutiable  

Grand  Total  

33,796,124 

53,134,752 

11,432,142 

41,702,610 

179,227,506 

212,178,130 

35,508,970 

176,669,160 

282,723,812 

335,304,060 

102.475,334 

232,628.726 

461,951,318 

547,482,190 

137,984, 304 

409,497,886 

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No.  16. — Statement  of  Goods  Imported  from  British  and  Foreign  West  Indies  (includ- 
ing Guiana)  during  the  Fiscal  Year  ended  March  31,  1912. 


DUTIABLE  GOODS. 


Arrowroot  Lbs. 

Cocoanuts — 

Imported  direct    No. 

N.O.P  

Desiccated,  sweetened  or  not..  . .  Lbs. 

Clucks   $ 

Coffee,  roasted    Lbs. 

Cotton,  clothing    $ 

Drugs,  all  other  

Electric  apparatus  , 

Fancy  goods,  boxes  

Flax,  hemp,  &c. — 

Bags  or  sacks    „ 

Uncoloured  damask  

Fruits — 

All  other  N.O.P.,  dried  Lbs. 

All  other  nuts,  N.O.P.,  not 
shelled   n 

All  other  nuts,  shelled   ■■ 

In  air-tight  cans,  &c   n 

Furniture   $ 

Hats — Beaver,  silk  or  felt   n 

Honey   in  the  comb,   &c,  and 

imitations  of  Lbs. 

Horses,  N.O.P   No. 

Iron — 

Cast,  scrap  iron  Tons. 

Cast,  scrap,  steel  wrought.  . . .  Cwt. 

Jellies,  jams  and  preserves  Lbs. 

Jewellery   $ 

Lead   and   manufactures  of,  old, 

scrap,  pig  and  block  Cwt. 

Leather,  upper  leather  including 

dongola   Lbs. 

Lime  juice  and  other  fruit  syrups..  Galls. 

Oil,  essential,  N.O.P   Lbs. 

Packages   $ 

Pearline  and  other  soap  powders. .  Lbs. 
Spices — 

Ginger,  N.O.P.,  unground    ■■ 

Nutmegs  and  mace,  whole  oi  un- 

ground   „ 

Spirits- 
Cordials,  &c,  N.O.P  Galls. 

Rum..   „ 

Whiskey    ,, 

N.O.P..   „ 

Alcoholic  perfumes,  &c,  under  4 

ounces     „ 

Alcoholic  perfumes,  &c,  over  4 

ounces   ,, 

Wines — 

Ginger,  testing,  40  per  cent  or  less 
of  proof  spirits   „ 

Non-sparkling,  testing  35  p.  c. 
and  not  over  36  p.c.  of  proof 
spirits     „ 

Non-sparkling,  testing  37  p.  c. 
and  not  over  38  p.c.  of  proof 
spirits   „ 

ll-i-13£ 


From  British  West 
Indies  and  British 
Guiana. 


Quantity. 


26,222 

3,367,736 
10,000 
42,612 


Value. 


140 


1,007 

81,751 
200 
4,004 
24 
33 
100 
172 
135 


14 


17,660 

516 

14,078 
75 
53,685 

631 
10 
4,941 

562 
64 

189, 643 

10,188 

207 
1,675 
857 

1,304 

555 
204 

25 

180 

363 

20 
150 
541 

319 

20 
56 
1,111 
6,048 
13 

552,985 

45,171 

9,282 

1,101 

237 
111,087 
679 
3 

1,689 
36,242 
781 
15 

2 

7 

91 

36 

23 

6 

44 

3 

16 

From  Foreign  West 
Indies  and  Foreign 
Guiana. 


Quantity. 


104 

7,254 


Value. 


180 


150 


1,476 


50 

1,000 
3,500 


3,190 


Total  from  West 
Indies  and  Guiana. 


Quantity. 


26,222 

3,367,736 
10,000 
42,612 


16  


140 


17,660 

14,078 
75 
53,685 


189,643 
1 

311 
8,929 
857 


180 

20 
150 
541 


319 

552,985 

9,282 

237 
111,091 

679 
3 

2 

91 

36 

6 

3 


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No.  16. — Statement  of  Goods'imported  from  British  and  Foreign  West  Indies — Con. 


DUTIABLE  GOODS. 


Wines — Con. 


Sparkling  in  bottles  not  over 
pint  but  more  than  h  pint. . . . 
Sponges  


N.O.P  

Sugar  

Tobacco — 

Cigarettes  

Cigars  

Cut  tobacco   

Manufactures  of  

Vegetables — 

Melons  

Potatoes,  N.O.P  

Potatoes,  sweet  and  yams. 

Tomatoes,  fresh  

Vegetables,  N.O.P  


Total,  dutiable  goods. 


From  British  West 
Indies  and  British 
Guiana. 


Quantity .  Value. 


From  Foreign  West     T     j  f        w  t 

Ind!es  :™.d  *  orel^i  Indies  and  Guiana. 
Guiana. 


s 

1 

.  Doz. 

S 

.  Lbs. 

It 

1,086 
66 

8,959,060 

838,003,835 

485 
20 
189 

1,563 
7 
38 

No. 
Bush . 

.  8 

40 
336 
190 
100 

6 
337 
137 
261 
1,477 

9,163,327 

ill  innf  it\" 
V^lUlIltltj'  . 

Value 

v    .   '  II  .  i      )  . 

Value 

4 

? 

4 

485 

4 

I 

4 

1,571 
66 

74,757,088 

2,023,380 

412,820,923 

10.982,440 

34 

129,431 
290 

56 

536,927 
134 

34 

129,916 
310 
189 

56 

538,490 
141 

38 

40 

6 

336 

337 

190 

137 

70 

309 
624 

170 

570 
2,101 



2,571,468 

11,734,795 

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FREE  GOODS. 


From  British  West 
Indies  and  British 
( luiana. 


Quantity, 


Diamonds,  unset   $ 

Salt  Cwt. 

Tortoise  and  other  shells   $ 

Lumber: — Mahogany  Feet. 

Spanish  cedar   n 

African  teak,  &c   § 

Timber,  hewn  or  sawn,  squared  or 

sided  or  creosoted   n 

Bones,  crude   Cwt. 

Grease  rough,  for  mfr.  of  soap  and 

oils   Lbs. 

Hides  and  skins,  raw   n 

Cocoa  beans,  not  roasted   n 

Bananas  Bunches. 

Guavas,  mangoes,  &c    $ 

Lemons  and  limes   n 

Oranges  and  shaddocks   $ 

Pineapples   No. 

Rice,  uncleaned   Lbs. 

Tobacco,  unmanufactured  for  excise 


purposes  

Asphaltum,  solid  

Extract  of  logwood,  &c  

Sulphate  of  copper  

Drugs,  crude  

Lime  juice,  crude  ...    

Brass,  old  and  scrap  

Copper,  old  and  scrap  

Molasses  not  over  56  degrees  

Rags  of  cotton,  &c  

Articles  returned  

Articles  for  exhibition  

Articles  for  the  Governor  General . 

Articles  for  Consuls  General  

Coffee,  green  

Settlers  effects  


Cwt. 
Lbs. 


Gals. 
Cwt. 

Gals. 
Cwt. 

S 


Lbs. 


Total  free  goods. 


Total  dutiable  and  free   . . 

Imported  through  foreign  countries. 


Imported  direct. 


Value. 


224,735 
'  24JC0 


400 

197,598 
771,984 
30,448 


20,865 
81 
1,250 


1,995 
650 

1,235 
15,810 
3,466 
4,000 


From  Foreign  West 
Indies  and  Foreign 
Guiana. 


Quantity 


97,909 
44 
12 

5,723,975 
66 


472,379 


273 

600 
2 

9 

24,212 
85,260 
14,495 
18 
1,051 
60,720 
145 
10 

180 
7,643 
202 
45 
801 
14,979 
294 
85 

1,083,443 
50 
5,447 
221 
120 


63,835 
828 


1,387,164 


10,550,491 
1,720,787 


8,829,704 


18,147 
49/240 


19,630 
466,537 


21,685 


Value. 


22,774 
2,119 


4,900 


44 
7,007 


Total  from  West 
Indies  and 
Guiana. 


Quantity 


242,882 


24,760 
49,240 


400 
197,598 
771,984 
30,448 


96 


263,990 


13,662 


226 
3,078 
1,135 


319,731 


2,891,199 
1,500,057 


1,391,142 


21,625 
650 

467,772 
15,810 
3,466 
4,000 


97,909 
44 
12 

5,723,975 
66 


494,064 


Value. 


22,774 
22.N94 
81 
1,250 
4,900 
273 

600 
2 

9 

24,212 
85,260 
14,495 
18 
1,095 
67,727 
941 
10 

264,170 
7,643 
202 
45 
Sol 
14,979 
294 
85 

1,083,443 
50 
19,109 
221 
120 
226 
66,913 
1,963 


1,706,895 


13,441,690 
3,220,844 


10,220,846 


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No.  16. — Statement  of  Goods  Exported  to  British  and  Foreign  West  Indies — Con. 


Articles. 


the  MINE. 


Tons, 


Asbestos  

Coal   ti 

Mineral  water  Galls. 

Oil,  mineral,  coal  and  kerosene, 

refined   ■■ 

Other  articles   S 


Total,  mines. 


THE  FISHERIES. 

Cod-fish,  dry  salted   . .  Cwt. 

Tongues  and  sounds  Brls. 

Mackerel,  pickled  i 

Herrings  n  

M       smoked  Lbs. 

Sea  fish,  other,  pickled  Brls. 

ii         preserved  Lbs. 

Lobsters,  canned   u 

Salmon,  fresh    n 

H  canned  

M        pickled   Brls. 

Fish,  all  other   ■■ 

Fish  oil,  cod  Galls. 


To  British  West 

Indies  and 
British  Giiana. 


Quantity. 


:us; 

2,1(55 

8 


Value. 


S 

5 

14,470 
532 

2 

120 


To  Foreign  West 

Indies  and 
Foreign  Guiana. 


15,129 


Total,  fisheries. 

THE  FOREST. 


Firewood    . .  Cords. 

Deals — Spruce  and  other  Std  hd. 

n       Ends    M 

Laths . .    M. 

Planks  and  boards  M.  ft. 

Scantling    ■< 

Shingles    M. 

Shooks,  other   $ 

Staves,  other  and  headings   ■■ 

Lumber,  all  other,  N.  E.S   n 

Masts  and  spars   No. 

Piling  ...    t 

Other  articles   n 


Total,  forest 


ANIMALS  AND  THEIR  PRODUCE. 

Horses  over  one  year  old   No. 

Cattle      ii  ii   i 

Sheep      ii  n    ii 

Poultry   $ 

Butter   Lbs. 

Cheese   h 

Eggs   Doz. 

(irease  and  grease  scraps   Lbs. 

(ilue  stock   $ 

Hair   u 

Lard  Lbs. 

Meats — Bacon   n 

Beef  i 

Hams   ii 

Pork   .. 


179,942 

5,179 
35.1^5 
1,445,490 
5,546 
436,253 
8,748 
900 
208,095 
613 
1,217 
1,585 


13 
175 
12,990 

17 
19,923 


224 


41 
8 
14 


1,160,391 
16 
53,348 
139,049 
28,405 
34,176 
9,345 
1,975 
80 
16,543 
9,372 
8,619 
344 


1,461,663 


6 
9 

412 
835 
236,701 
236 
27.131! 
18,583 
17.403 
6,819 
3,253 


Quantity. 


311,402 


242.538 
223,118 


1.  » 


1,260 
239 

2,153 
523 
67.461 


10,425 
140 
132 
58 
70,140 
34,513 


25 
4 
13 
114 
32 
230 
71 
5,478 


5,260 


Value. 


22,590 


22,590 


172,859 


28 
4,273 
76,f,7n 
426 
92,075 


228 
58 


27,244 
187 
46 


S6 


1,126,382 


325 
19,218 
1,594 
2,853 
1,908 


Total  to  West 
Indies 

anh    G II  ANA. 


Quantity. 


3,320 
382 


1,155,982 


474,796 
2,817 
91 


1,180 


567 
12 


10,055 
19,585 
60 


923 


479,463 


2,411 
2,757 
14 


157 


8,747 
2,165 


352,801 

5,207 
39,498 
1,522,160 
5,972 
528,328 
8,748 
900 
208,695 
841 
1,275 
1,585 


13 
175 
40,234 
204 

lf/,969 


:u<> 


41 
8 
14 


252,593 
242,703 
60 
1,000 


1,260 
239 
2,153 
1,446 
67,461 


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ARTICLES. 


ANIMALS  AVD  THEIR  PRODUC3— Con. 

Meats— Poultry  dressed  or  un- 
dressed   $ 

Canned    Lbs. 

All  other,  N.E.S  

Milk  and  cream,  condensed,  can- 
ned or  preserved   n 

Tails   $ 

Tallow    Lbs. 

Other  articles   $ 


Total,  animals 


To  British  West 

In  hies  and 
British  Guiana. 


Quantity 


agricultural  products. 


Cider. 
Fruits- 


-Apples,  dried  

ii       green  or  ripe  

n     canned  or  preserved 

Grains—  Beans  

Indian  corn  

Oats..   

Pease,  whole  

it  split  

Wheat    

Bran   

Flour  of  wheat  

Indian  meal  

Oatmeal  

Cereal  foods,  prepared,  all  kinds. . . 

Hay  

Malt  

Nuts  

Seeds,  all  other  

Straw    

Trees,  shrubs  and  plants  

Vegetables — Canned  or  preserved . 

Potatoes  

Turnips  

All  other  

Other  articles  

Total  agricultural  


Galls. 
Lbs. 
Brls. 
$ 

Bush. 


Cwt. 
Brls. 


Tons. 
Bush. 
Lbs. 
$ 

Tons. 


Bush. 


MANUFACTURED  ARTICLES. 

Agricultural  implements — 

Mowing  machines.  No. 

Harvesters   n 

Ploughs   n 

Cultivators   n 

All  other   $ 

Parts  of   n 

Baking  jiowders..  .    Lbs. 

Books,  pamphlets,  maps,  &c   $ 

Biscuits  and  bread   Cwt. 

Brooms  and  whisks   $ 

Brushes  of  all  kinds   $ 

Launches— Gasolene   No. 

Cartridges— Gun,  rifle  and  pistol  .  $ 

Clothing  and  wearing  apparel   8 

Cordage— Ropes  and  twine   $ 


160 
7,  SI  7 

33,518 


155 


400 

8 

486 


113 

36 

264,132 
10,304 
74,204 
13 
29,866 
421,858 
6 
398 


1,462 

5 

50 


Value. 


50 
16 
737 

2,717 


To  Foreign  West 

Indies  and 
Foreign  Guiana. 


Quantity 


15 
877 


126,i  »s; 


3 


107,722 
76 


125 
1 

1,374 
237 
256 
28 

135,081 
11,739 
99,130 
17 
33,447 
1,807,309 
10 
1,893 
29,280 
17,801 
20 
6 
1 
26 
10 


196 
1,988 

3,317,500 


79,359 
40 
686 
645 


2,218,521 


1 
1 

12 
4 


261 


1,565 


30 
26! 
207 
28 
130 
115 
40 
8,114 
13,260 
14,456 
833 
300 


1,085 
28,669 


Value. 


26 
194 

218,958 
472 


1,178 


2,268 
3,6i4 


226,167 


7,631 
106 
7,948 


599,186 
9 
144 
1 

10,684 
4,738 


5,738 


469,481 


298,303 
11 
198 
1 

10,216 
19,191 


10,666 
79,855 


170 
402,442 


105 


836,843 


Total  to  West 
Indies 
and  Guiana. 


Quantity. 


8 
238 


1,542 
3,069 


115 
243 


4,010 
"  "84 


292 
144 
715 


356 
9,805 

3.351,018 

1.55 


400 

8 

2,754 


3,727 
36 

863,318 
10,313 
74,348 
14 

40,550 
426,596 
6 

398 

7^200 
5 
50 


577,203 
76 


1 

9 
250 
4 


261 

1,565 


Value. 


50 
42 
931 

221,675 
472 
15 
2,055 


352,254 


125 
1 

9,005 
343 
8,204 
28 

433,384 
11,750 
99,328 
18 
43,663 
1,826,500 
10 
1,893 
39,946 
97,656 
20 
6 
1 
26 
10 
170 
481,801 
40 
791 
645 


3,055,364 


30 
1,568 
3,276 
28 
245 
358 
40 
12,124 
13,260 
14,540 
833 
300 
292 
1,229 
29,384 


200 


CUSTOMS  DEPARTMENT 


3  GEORGE  V.,:  A.  1913 

No.  16. — Statement  of  Goods  Exported  to  British  and  Foreign  West  Indies — Con. 


Articles. 

To  British  West 

Inuies  and 
British  Guiana. 

To  Foreign  West 

Indies  and 
Foreign  Guiana. 

Total  to  West 
Indies  and 
Guiana. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

MANUFACTURES— Coil. 

8 

8 

$ 

Cotton  fabrics   . .  Yds. 

ii     other    $ 

Drugs  and  chemieals — 

Calcium  carbide. .  Lbs. 

All  other   8 

Earthenware  and  all  manufactures 

of...   $ 

Electrical  apparatus   8 

Glass  and  glassware,  N.E .3   8 

Hats  and  caps   8 

Household  effects,  N .  E .  S   8 

India  rubber,  Hose   8 

H         Boots  and  shoes   8 

N.E.S   8 

Iron  and  steel — 

Buoys,  gas  and  parts  of   8 

Castings   J 

Machinery,  N.E.S   8 

Sewing  machines   No. 

Typewriters   ,, 

Hardware,  N.E. S.   8 

Manufactures  of,  N.E. S   8 

Jewellery  of  all  kinds,  N.O.P   8 

J ewellers'  sweepings   8 

Lamps  and  lanterns   8 

Leather— Sole   Lbs. 

Upper   „ 

.    N.E.S   „ 

Boots  and  shoes   S 

Harness  and  saddlery ....  8 
Liquors- 
Ale  and  beer  Galls . 

Rum   „ 

Whiskey   „ 

Wines   ,, 

Wood  alcohol   ,, 

Other  spirits   ,, 

Metals — 

Aluminum  in  bars,  blocks,  &c. ..  Cwt. 

N.O.P.   § 

Musical  instruments — 

Organs   No. 

Pianos  

Other   8 

Oil  cake   .  Cwt. 

Oils,  N.E.S  Galls. 

Paper — 

Wall  Rolls. 

Wrapping  Lbs. 

Printing   $ 

N.E.S   „ 

Paints  and  varnishes,  all  kinds   „ 

Paintings,  all  kinds   „ 

Photographs  

Ships,  sold  to  other  countries  

No.  and  tons. 

Soap    Lbs. 

Starch   „ 

Stationery   $ 

Stone,  ornamental,  viz.: — 
Granite,  marble,  dressed   >■ 


1,318 


107,915 


525 
110 
147 


295 
466 
1,120 
1.336 
40 
103 


49 
4 


!».475 
16,071 

12,145 
51,394 


361 
75 

3.235 
1L-J.74- 

290 
703 

1,429 
105 

3,963 
11 
245 
118 

178 
24 
841 


50 
l.M'ti 
24,957 
8,546 
320 
776 
175 
55 
35 
241 
86 

160 
133 
3,454 
1,119 
25 
128 


566 

3,080 
888 
59 
12,719 
2,909 

378 
2,366 
2,233 
4,130 
13,760 
5 
3 


4-1,354 

35,500 

355,730 

15,928 

40 

2 

5,082 

200 

2,741 
20,750 


2,093 


36 
4 


356 


622 
2,557 


123 
'958 


30 

35 


236 
810 


6,562 


116 
42 


45 
:;:,n 


121,577 
2,639 


7, »il2 


4,059 
128,665 


52r 
110 
147 


295 
466 
3,213 
1,336 
40 
139 


50 
5 


9,475 
16,071 

12,145 
51,394 


4-1,354 
355,730 
40 


717 

75 

3,857 
125,305 

290 
826 

1,429 
105 

4,921 
11 
245 
118 

178 
24 
871 
35 
50 
2,062 
25,767 
8,546 
320 
776 
175 
55 
35 
241 
86 

160 
133 
10,016 
1,119 
25 
244 

42 
566 

3,125 
1,238 
59 
12,719 
2,909 

378 
2,366 
123,810 
6,769 
13,760 
5 
3 

35,500 
15,928 
2 

12,694 
200 


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SESSIONAL  PAPER  No.  11 

No.  16— Statement  of  Goods  Exported  to  British  and  Foreign  West  Indies—  Con. 


Articles. 


MANUFACTURES—  Con. 

Sugar,  of  al^inds,  X.E..S  Lbs. 

Confectionery,  sweetened  

Tar   % 

Tin,  manufactures  of  

Trunks  and  valises,  all  kinds  i 

Vehicles,  viz.: — 

Automobiles   No. 

•i        parts  of   % 

Carriages     No. 

ii       parts  of   % 

Carts   No. 

Wagons   ii 

Bicycle,  parts  of   $ 

Other   „ 

Vinegar  Galls. 

Wood,  viz.  : — 

Barrels,  empty   No. 

Household  furniture    $ 

Doors,  sashes  and  blinds   m 

Matches.   u 

Pails,    tubs,   churns  and  other 

hollow  woodenware   m 

Other  manfs.  of,  N.E.S  

Woollens   ,, 

Other  articles  


Total  manufactures. 


To  British  West 

Indies  and 
British  Guiana. 


Quantity. 


Miscellaneous  articles  : — 

Dried  fruits,  N.E.S   Lbs. 

Rice   ii 

Tea.   1 1 


Total  miscellaneous. 
Grand  total  


1,200 
4,601 


105 

ioo 


37 
2,351 


105 
896 
5,094 


To  Foreign  West 

Indies  and 
Foreign  Guiana. 


Value.  Quantity 


44 

657 
8 
480 
10,937 

66,419 
130 
8,434 
1,691 
336 
150 
30 
80 
9 

3,565 
23,885 
1,508 
43 

14 
11,845 
264 
9,810 


483, 882 


12 
20 
1,245 


1,27 1 


4,617,961 


1,087,300 


Value. 


46,96; 


1,560 
27 


75 


636 


52 


204,201 


Total  to  West 
Indies  and 
Guiana. 


Quantity 


1,088,500 
4,601 


2,925,246 


106 
109 


37 
2,351 


105 
896 
5,094 


Value. 


47,011 
657 
8 
480 

10,937 

68,009 
157 
8,434 
1,691 
336 
150 
105 
80 
9 

3,565 
24,521 
1,508 
43 

14 

11,845 
264 
9,862 


688,083 


12 
20 
1,245 


1,277 


7,543,207 


202 


CI  s  TO  MS  I) EI' A  L'Til EXT 


3  GEORGE  V..  A.  1913 

No,  17. — Statement  showing  the  Total  Value  of  Imports  and  Exports  of  the  Dominion 
of  Canada,  from  and  to  each  Country,  during  the  Twelve  Months  ended  March  31, 
1912. 


Country. 


Imports. 


Dutiable 

Goods. 


British  Empire. 

United  Kingdom  

Aden  

Bermuda  

British  East  Africa  . . 
n      West  Africa.  . . 

ii      South  Africa  

ii  India  

„      Straits  Settle- 
ments   

n      East  Indies,  all 

other  

i>  Guiana  

ii  Honduras  

ii      West  Indies  

■I      Oceania:  Austra- 
lia and  Tasmania 
H      Oceania:  New  Zea- 
land   

n      Oceania:  All 

other  

Ealkland  Islands  

G  ibraltar  

Hong  Kong  

Malta  

Newfoundland  and  Labra- 
dor   


89,828,419 


78 

242,415 


Free  Goods 


Total. 


27,3(54,012 
11,31(5 
8,918 


Total  British  Empire 


Alaska   

Argentina  

Austria-Hungary  

Azores  and  Madeira 

Islands  

Belgium  

Bolivia  

Brazil  

Canary  Islands  

Cent.  Am.  States — 

Costa  Rica  

Guatemala   

Honduras  

Nicaragua  

Panama  

Salvador  

Chili  

China  

Cuba  

Denmark  

Danish  West  Indies. . 
1  hitch  West  Indies. . . . 
M     East  Indies. . . . 

ii  Guiana  

Ecuador  , 

Egypt  and  Soudan 

France  

French  Africa  

ii  Guiana  

H  Oceania  

H      West  Indies.. 


40,421 
1,204,095 

188,359 

54,173 
5,000,360 
14 

4,162,9(57 
255,384 
569,723 
130,311 


176 
510,460 
2,421 

17,781 


101,708 
1,(532,982 

247,561 

1,694,295 
4,270 
100 
1,382,894 

170,397 

753,820 

70 
710 

'*  279,4(59 
50 

1,824,265 


Produce 
of  Canada. 


102,207,557  35,476,837 


!,-_>,  Ml 

38, 800  j 
1,489,125 

488 
2,573,448 


163,949 
2,968,769 
44,150 


9,211 


22,993 
22^572 


84 

168,748 
1,456,731 
20,048 
77,257 


1,109,312 
i',094,6i6 


41,5(57 
48,171 


117,192,431 
11,316 
S.996 
242,415 

"  142429 
2,837,077 

435,920 

1,748,468 
5,004,(530 
114 
5,545,861 

425,781 

1,323,543 

130,381 
710 
176 

789,929 
2,471 

1,842,046 


137,684,394 


165,149 
3,007.569 
1,533,275 

488 
3,682,760 


1,  It  821 


41,567 
71.164 


22,572 


1,317,426 
24,865 
4,284 
47,987 

9,76(5,582 


55,003 
305,584 
442,563 
314,143 
28,261 
1,125 
378 
54,543 


13,115 
68 

2,119,124 
9,180 


55 
616 


55,003 
305,668 
611,311 
1,770,874 
48,309 
78,382 
378 
1,371,969 
24,865 
17,399 
48,055 
11,885  706 
9,180 


55 
616 


Exports. 


Foreign 
Produce. 


147.240,413 

65 

526,517 
22,172 
54,721 
2,411,252 

156,335 

131,647 

19,675 
576,365 
9,063 
3,967,748 

3,924,023 

1,330,762 

125,615 


24,613 
564,729 
24,684 

4,131,602 


165,242,001 


335,887 
2,975,908 
55,6(52 

17,191 
2,851,044 
2,855 
760,910 
6,607 

85,372 
18,661 
6,453 
9,703 
224,649 
6,250 
175,253 
413,899 
2,024,617 
605,609 
11,489 
917 
7,001 
57,710 
8,810 
5,904 
2,048,768 
223,521 
1,021 
400 
12,141 


4,613,000 
16,755 


Total. 


7,241 
633 

168 

121 
7,171 

128 
66,677 

22,992 

10,070 

144 


1(5,610 


152,711 


4.H14.421 


26,553 
76 
203 


I 

151,853,413 
65 

543,272 
22,172 
54,721 
2,418,493 

156,968 

131,815 

19,796 
583,536 
9,191 
4,034,425 

3,947,015 

1,340,832 

125,759 


24,613 
581,339 
24,684 

4,284,313 


170,156,422 


881,178 

7: 

12,778, 


5,095 
25 


655 
4,609 

25 


908 
72,161 
3,454 
98 


74,937 


362,440 
2,975,984 
55,865 

17,191 
3,732,222 
2.8(52 
773.6*8 
6,607 

90,467 
18.686 
ti,  153 
10,358 
229,258 
6,275 
175,253 
414,807 
2,096,778 
609,063 
11,587 
917 
7,001 
57,710 
8,810 
5,904 
2,123,705 
223,521 
1,021 
400 
12,141 


TRADE  WD  NAVIGATION  203 


SESSIONAL  PAPER  No.  11 

No.  17. — Statk.uknt  showing  the  Total  Value  of  Imports  and  Exports  of  the  Dominion 

of  Canada,  &c. — Concluded. 


Country. 

Imports. 

Exports. 

Dutiable 
Uoods. 

Free  Goods. 

Total. 

Produce 
of  Canada. 

Foreign 
Produce. 

Total. 

1  -iir.ii'inv 

1    *  $ 

7,998,895 

$ 

3,147,851 

$ 

11,146,746 

$ 

3,577,847 
104 
1,000 

8,644 
50 

inn 

$ 

237,067 

$ 

3,814,914 
104 
1,000 
8,644 
50 

100 
133,711 
26,218 
1,782,726 
285.091 
487,5fi8 
21,175 
142 

12 

564,377 

240 
3,734 

12 

564,617 
3,734 

Guam,  Tuluita  and  Wake 

1  1  *k  iron 

Havti  

Holland  

1  t-al  v 

16,881 

1,167,072 
776,133 
1,689,443 

17,426 

28 

1,276,194 
424,321 
1,212,828 
70 

34,307 
28 

2,443,266 
1,200,454 
2,902,271 
70 

133,147  564 

26,218   

1,434,379|  348,347 
282, 225 1  2,866 
486,441  1,127 

91  175 

1   .1  1  «i 

142 

1,896 
15,045 

27,813 

1,896 
1,009,717 

32,581 
2,500 
320,582 
74,126 
3,013 
69,883 
788 
257,275 

.'if  \  n. 1  '   .... 

JXLlQUclUU   rtlKl  ot.  xieire 

994,672 

4,768 
2,500 
25,746 

494,723 

138,035 
35 

618,738 
12,825 

772 
4,816 

495,495 

142,851 
35 

619,573 
12,873 

Norway  

294,836 
74,12f 
3,013 
3,863 
153 
199,118 

835 
48 

Porto  Rico  

1-*/  .nf  i  t  ct  O  1 

66,020 
635 
58,157 

22,431 
689,424 
70,390 
72,819 
97,395 
18, 101 
1,241,438 
29,254 
1,435 
539 
114,546 
129.309 
16,329 

93 
196 

22,524 

ftQQ  flOft 
Do  y,0£\J 

70,390 
72,819 
97,395 
18,101 
1,241,474 
29,254 
1,435 
539 
114,564 
129,314 
19,518 

Roumania   

118 
1,730 
26,176 

270 

635 

753 
1,730 
338,798 
±,UlD,Zt>o 
270 
25,649 
1,303,707 
337,725 
3,507,197 
27 

438,967 
33,797 
314,511 
100,641 
368,145,107 
148,002 

Russia  in  Asia  

San  Domingo  

312,622 

36 

25,649 
99,721 
74,731 
47,477 

Tripoli  (Turkey  in  Africa) 
Turkey  in  Asia  

1,203,986 
262,994 
3,459,720 
27 

412,626 
10,358 

"  "  27,488 
204,870,045 

18 
5 

3,189 

26,341 
23,439 
314,511 
73,153 
163,275,062 
148,002 

Turkey  in  Europe  

9,010 
191,642 
23,550 
102,041,222 

22,982 

2,500 

11,510 
191,642 
23,550 
120,534,634 
23,301 

U.  S.  of  Colombia  

ITnited  States  

Venezuela  

Total  Other  Countries 
Grand  total  

18,493,412 
319 

241,162,525 

180,473,625 

421,636,150 

124,981,856 

20,178,972j  145,160,828 

343,370,082 

215,950,462 

559,320,544 

290,223,857 

25,093,393 

315,317,250 

204  CUSTOMS  DEPARTMENT         .  i 

3  GEORGE  V.r  A.  1913 
No.  IS.  —  A I  STRACT  BY  COUNTRIES 


Countries. 

Ikpobtp. 

Dutiable. 

Free. 

Total. 

General  Tariff. 

Value. 

Value. 

Value. 

Value. 

Duty. 

United  Kingdom  

$ 

89,828,419 

§ 

27,361.012 
11,316 
8,918 

ioijos 

1,632,982 
247,561 
1,694,295 
4,270 
100 
1,382,894 

170,397 
753,820 
70 
710 

S 

117,192,431 
11,316 
.8,996 
242,415 
142,129 
2,837,077 
435,920 
1,748,468 
5,004,630 
114 
5,545,861 

425,781 
1,323,543 
130,381 
710 
176 
789,929 
2,471 
1,842,046 

$ 

9,503,948 

§  cts 
5,628,245  10 

SuMif.n    A  frifa. 

<•     Straits  Settlements  

n      East  Indies,  all  other  

ii      Oceania  :  Australia  and  Tas- 
ii      Oceania  :  New  Zealand  

78 

242.415 
40,421 
l,204,i  95 
188,359 
54,173 
5,000,360 
14 

4,162,967 

255,384 
569,723 
130,311 

69 

242,415 
81 
73,12* 
8,134 
3,427 
16,894 
14 

60,627 

226,851 
46,789 
7 

17  20 
58,174  72 
15  65 
12,633  59 
3,320  68 
996  72 
170,044  85 
4  20 
99,971  96 

86,074  14 
7,254  46 
1  75 

176 
510,460 
2,421 
17.781 

88 

484,395 
3,657 
17,622 

33  90 
305,449  48 
3,428  00 
3,077  98 

Malta  

Total  British  Empire  

279,469 
50 

1,824,265 

102,207,557 

35,476,837 

137,684,394;  10,688,138 

6,378,744  38 

1,200 
38,800 
1,489,125 
488 
2,573,448 
9,211 

163,949 
2,968,769 
44,150 

1,109,312 
1,094,610 
41,567 
48,171 

55,003 
305,584 
442,563 
314,14? 

2\2f,i 

1,12:: 
378 
54,543 

13,115 

68 

2,119,124 
9,180 
55 
616 
3,147,851 

240 
3,734 
17,426 
28 

1,276,194 
424,321 
1,212,828 
70 

165,149 
3,007,569 
1,533,275 
488 
3,682,760 
1,103,821 
41,567 
71,164 
22,572 
55,003 
305,668 
611,311 
1,770,874 
48  309 
78,382 
378 
1,371,969 
24,865 
17,399 
48,055 
11,885,701 
9.18C 
55 
616 

11,146,746 
12 

564,617 
3,734 
34,307 
28 

2,443,266 
1,200,454 
2,902,271 
70 

300 
27,300 
977,727 
488 
2,234,487 
3,370 

300  00 
3,317  75 
227,201  53 

148  25 
434,757  03 

536  99 

H  Guatemala  

n  Nicaragua  

^ q  li'onor 

22,993 
22,572 

28,193 
1,580 

6,315  91 
538  64 

nkiii 

Cuba    

Danish  West  Indies   

T  1 1  i  +  r\  V~»    \\        t*  ^    T  «  j'\  •  ^h  u 

84 

168,748 
1,456,731 
20,048 
77,257 

71 

155,384 
1,108,631 
20,103 
75,454 

12  41 

64,037  63 
691,948  58 
4,043  15 
27,459  12 

tllllrt  l-h  f\ 

1,317,426 
24,865 
4,284 
47,987 

9,766,582 

1*771,03; 

47,9-1 
4,284 

43,934 
4,401,296 

525.811  74 
15,041  44 
1,499  40 
61,641  62 
2,258,057  73 

7,998,895 
12 

564,377 

7,984,629 
12 

552,008 

2,246,745  17 
3  00 
71,681  66 

16,881 

13,003 

4,011  73 

Holland  

Italy  

1,167,072 
776,133 
1,689,443 

1,115,489 
534,231 
692,198 

2,238,731  22 
151,689  79 
229,995  88 

i  TRADE  AND  NAVIGATION 

SESSIONAL  PAPER  No.  11 
DUTIABLE  AND  FREE. 


205 


Entered  for  Consumption. 


Preferential  Tariff. 

Treaty  Rates. 

Total 
Dutiable. 

Total 
Free. 

Value. 

Duty. 

Value. 

Duty. 

Value . 

Value. 

$ 

76,338,907 

$  cts. 
15,886,719  60 

3,671,346 

$  cts. 
852,075  12 

$ 

89,514,201 

$ 

27,392,821 
11,316 
8,918 

69 

242,415 
40,421 
1,203,223 
177,887 
51,592 
5,321,455 
14 

4,364,284 
258.671 

40,340 
1,130,103 
169,753 

48,165 
5,304,561 

4,102  78 

88,820  66 
39  259  42 

101,708 
1,632,982 
247,578 
1,694,295 
4,272 
100 
1,382,793 

173.030 

12,749  16 
976,566  25 

4,303,657 

904,920  79 

31.820 

7.932  82 

530,437 
192,907 

60,104  03 
45,476  05 

577,226'  754,115 
192.914  70 

710 

88         ie  34 

25,076        5,492  28 
36             9  90 

176 

509.471 

279.883 

3,693  114 
17,622^  1,824,265 

88,058,830 

18,018,718  74 

3,728,3(56     865,526  46 

102,475,331  35,508,970 

300 
38,800 
1,494.324 
488 
2,575,1115 
3,370 

163,949 
2,968,769 
44,253 

11,500 
516,597 

2,875  00 
134,571  70 

340,678 

86,477  62 

1,111,254 
1,094,610 
41,567 
48,171 

28,193 
1,580 



55,003 
305,584 
442,563 
380,169 
28,261 
1,125 
378 
54,543 

13^115 
158 
2,119,607 
9,180 
55 
616 
3,105,376 

71 

155,384 
1,108,631 
20, 103 
75,454 





1,771,035 
47,980 
4,284 
43,934 

9,625,057 

5,223,761 

1,178,890  15 

7,984,629 
12 



552,008 

257 
3,734 
17,426 
28 

1,253,897 
424,340 
1,212,828 
70 

13,003 

54,516 

15  5"  13  30 

1.170.005 

45  5fi2  fin!  722.482 

eiO.OOOj    157,125  07j  1,302,207 

Grand  Total. 


Value. 


116,907,022 
11,316 
8,9S7 
242,415 
142,129 
2,836,205 
425,465 
1,745,887 
5,325,727 
114 
5,747,077 

431,701 
1,331,341 
192,984 
710 
176 
789,354 
3,  si  17 
1.841,887 


137,984,304 


164,249 
3,007,569 
1,538,577 
488 
3,686,419 
1,097,980 
41,567 
76,364 
1,580 
55,003 
305,655 
597,947 
1,488,800 
48,364 
76,579 
378 
1,825,578 
47,980 
17,399 
44,092 
11,744,664 
9,180 
55 
616 

11,090,005 
12 

552,265 
3,734 
30,429 
28 

2,423,902 
1,146,822 
2,515,035 
70 


Duty. 


$  cts. 

22,367,039  82 

1720 
58,174  72 
4,118  43 
101,454  25 
42,580  10 
13,745  88 
1,1-46,611  10 
4  20 
1,004,892  75 

94,006  96 
67,358  49 
45,477  80 

50  24 
310,941  76 
3,437  90 
3,077  98 

25,262,989  58 


300  00 
6,192  75 
361,773  23 

148  25 
521,234  65 

536  99 

""  6,3i5*9i 
538  64 

12  41 
64,037  63 
691,948  58 
4,043  15 
27,459  12 

"525,8ii'74 
15,041  44 
1,499  40 
61,641  62 

3,436,947  88 


2,246,745  17 
3  00 
71,681  66 


4,011  73 


2,254,024  52 
197,252  39 
387,120  95 


206  CUSTOMS  DEPARTMENT  i 


3  GEORGE  V.,  A.  1913 
No.  18. — Abstract  by  Countries 


• 

COUNTKIES. 

Imports. 

Dutiable.  |  Free. 

Total. 

General  Tariff. 

Value. 

Value. 

Value.  • 

Value. 

Duty. 

•? 

1,896 
15,045 
27,813 

S 

1,896 
1,009,717 
32,581 
2,500 
320,582 
74,126 
3,013 
69,883 
788 
257,275 

7-iS 

1,730 

QQO  -QjJ 

OOO,  J  I70 

1,015,268 
270 
25,649 

1  7117 

337,725 
3,507,197 
27 

438,967 
33,797 
314,511 
100,641 
368,145,107 
14&002 

$ 

1,756 
14,887 
6,725 

9  cts. 

121  00 
4.707  98 
1,030  70 

994,672 
4,768 
2,500 
25,746 

294,836 
74,126 

S  01  3 
3.S.W 

153 
199,  US 

118 
1,730 

139,137 
167,136 
S  01  s 
4.4".-, 
198 
201,352 
118 
1,730 

1,173,761 
270 

37,064  89 
60,331  59 
S7<)  19 

13,659  90 

49K  HO 

90,568  14 
110  44 
526  40 

4  SI  9  4ft 

345,981  86 
67  50 

66,020 

58,157 
635 

oc  174; 

1,012,462 
270 

2,806 

2o,o49 
99,721 
74,731 
47,477 

2^,341 
23,439 
314,511 
73,153 
163,275,062 
148,002 

1,203,986 
262,994 
3,459,720 
27 

412,626 
10,3'.8 

768,254 
152,921 
612,008 
27 

437,845 
10,358 

120,904  58 
39,649  39 
128,289  57 
9  45 
79,535  64 
2,808  20 

U.  S.  of  Colombia  

United  States  

27,488 
204,870,045 

27.488 
196,886,150 

7,957  75 
49,177,584  32 

Duty  on  articles  lower  than  home 

241,162,525 

180,473,625 

421,636,150 

222,416,393 

59,382,554  86 

86,354  25 
436,092  72 

343,370,082 

215,950,462 

559,320,544 

233.104,531 

66,283,746  21 

i 

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Dutiable  axd  Free. 


TRADE  AXD  XAYKIATIOX 


207 


Entered  for  Consumption. 


Preferential  Tariff. 

Treaty  Rates. 

Total 
Dutiable. 

Total 
Free. 



Grand  Total. 

Value. 

Duty. 

Value. 

Duty. 

Value. 

Value. 

Value. 

Duty. 

f 

t  cts. 

$ 



$  cts. 

$ 

1,756 
14,887 
7,141 

a* 
9 

$ 

1,756 
1,009,557 
11,909 
2,500 
316,759 
167.136 

$  cts. 

121  00 
4,707  98 
1,114  48 

994/,7o 
4,768 
2,500 
25,832 

416 

83  78 

151,790 

54,913  11 

290,927 
167,136 
3,013 
4,405 
198 
201,352 
118 
1,730 
23,160 
1,173,761 
270 

91,978  00 
60.331  59 

3.013            879  19 

66,441 
635 

58,190 
635 

70,846 
833 
259,542 
753 
1,730 
335,782 
1,176,567 
270 
25,649 
1,273.211 
329,734 
3,458,006 
27 

461,492 
33,797 
314,511 
100.641 

13,659  90 
426  (ill 
90,568  14 
110  44 
526  40 
7,239  72 
345,981  86 
67  50 

9,553 

2,427  32 

312,622 
2,806 

2o,049 
100,238 
74,731 

404,719 
102,082 
2,798,461 

113,417  01 

25,888  79 
590,519  66 

1,172,973 
255,003 
3,410,529 
27 

437,845 
10,358 

234,321  59 
65,538  18 
718,809  23 
9  45 
79,535  04 
2,808  20 

23,647 
23,439 
314,511 
73,153 
159,468,328 
148,002 

27,488 
196,886,150 

7.957  75 

 I  

350.354.478  49.177.584  32 

148,002 

10,412,333  2,408,045  11 

232,828,726 

176,669,160 

409,497,886 

61,790,599  97 

86,354  25 
436,092  72 

88,058,83ojl8,018,718  74 

14,140,699 

3,273,571  57  335,304,060 

212,178,130 

547,482,190 

87,576,036  52 

208 


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3  GEORGE  V.,.  A.  1913 

No.  19. — Abstract  of  the  Total  Value  of  Goods  Exported  from  the 


Countries. 


= 


10 

11 

12 

13 

11 
15 
16 
17 
18 

19 


The  Mine. 


«  2 
:  — 
2  : 


British  Empire. 


United  Kingdom  I  5,555,599 

Aden  

Bermuda   62,494, 

British  East  Africa  ...   

ii     West  Africa.   

ii     South  Africa . .  10,460 

M  India  

n     Straits  Settle- 
ments  .  

ii      East  Indies,  all 

other  

1 1     Guiana  |  1,492 

n      Honduras  , 


687 


The  Fisheries. 


The  Forest. 


o 

U 

c 


o 

«  Si 


ID 
- 


:  — 
.  5 
- 


Animals  and 
their  Produce. 


,    |  , 

5,132,047  17,200 
33^993 i49 


H  West  Indies. . . 
ii  Oceania : 
ii  Australia  and 
Tasmania. . 
ii  New  Zealand 
n        All  other. . . . 

Gi  V  iral  tar  

Hong  Kong  

Malta,  Gogo  and  Cy- 
press Islands. 
Newfoundland  and 

Labrador.  . . . 

Total,  British  Empire 

Other  Countries. 


13,635 


17\2f,0 
1,050 


20  Alaska  

21  Argentina  

22  Austria-Hungary  . . . 

23  Azores  and  Madeira 

Islands  . . . 

24  Belgium  

25  Bolivia  

26 
27 


28 
29 
3n 
31 
32 
33 
34 
35 
36 
37 
38 
39 
40 
41 
42 
43 
41 
45 
46 
47 
4s 


Brazil  

Canary  Islands  

Cent.  American  States: 

Costa  Rica  

Guatemala  

Honduras  

Nicaragua  

Panama  

Salvador  

Chili  

China  

Cuba  

Denmark  

Danish  West  Indies. . . 

Dutch  West  Indies  

ii     East  Indies 

M  Guiana  

Ecuador  

Egypt  and  Soudan 

France  

French  Africa  

ii  Guiana  

ii  Oceania  

n      West  Indies. . . 


11.962 

8,152, 

80.733  . 


3,985 
203.479 
2,229 
1,211,929  41,741 


4,514 


434,202 


618,766  19.495 


6,875,958  20,184 


34!t.i'2«) 
219,178 
55,543 


35,964 
1,950 
13,297 


10,950,810 
"  "  54,215 


202,493 


210.JS86 
1,527 

7,084 


22>71 

288^531 


348,300 
11,651 
46.732 

366 
3 


10,505 


36,923,024  173,665 


75,585  6,695 


161 
s.\923 
122 


14,405 

86! 


395 
128 

100,160  11,127 
70 


22.572 
2,138 
434 


1,967 


426,  n; 


7,363,461     63,604,11,953,511  202,495  37,652,694 


14,300 


38,836 


305,086 
21,313 
l,4Ht 


101.661 


1.134 


19,669 
103,904 
21,590 
448 


74,1-7 


138 
8,200 


99 


950 
114.158 


r.2S..-,si 


63.097 
1,375 
332 
352 
181,429 

13,185 
100,161 
■101.1H7 
35,205 
4,554 
14.-. 
6,841 
48,585 
3,600 


12.778 


4,838 


1,261 


In.. SSI 


75 

2,415,762 


15,860 
25,131 


48,034 
6,607 


1.291 


857,81  hi 


336 
400 


599 

20,15o| 
l,85.s- 
421,347 
620 
367 
490 


90,471 
18,331 


4.:>38 


8,827 
153 
3,917 


245,216 


2.656 


29,944 


173 


257 


3,095 
10,0C0 


1,602 
221,210 
20,277 
4,859 


616 
3,310 


3,994 


46,499 


70 

98 


6,451 


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Dominion  of  Canada  during  the  Twelve  Months  ended  March  31,  1912. 


Agricultural 
Products. 

Manufactures. 

Miscellaneous. 

Totals. 

u 

d 

-  1 

Q 
ft 
Qui 

5 

1 
s 

Ph 

!l 

u 

s 
p 

<  *  - 

d 
S 

1 

u 

$ 

81,784,731 

$ 

3,713,573 

i 

6,852,710 
65 
60,070 
0,oJl 
1,958 
1,009,849 
146,279 

43,830 

15,690 
42,664 
6,748 
430,152 

2,990,325 
1,056,724 
11,745 

$ 

484,324 

$ 

4 1,40 J 

$ 

1  no  i 
1.UJ4 

$ 

147.240,413 

65 

526,517 
22,172 
54,721 
2,411,252 

156,335 

131,647 

19,675 
576,365 
9,063 
3,967,748 

3,924,023 
1,330,762 

125,615 
24,613 

564.729 

24.684 
4,131,602 

4,592,96(5 

240,063 
15,851 
52.602 
1,082,172 

255 

748 

2,519 

or 

*  (5.19 
0,04  J 

16,7*5 

•  44 

7,197 

00.1 

168 

121 

2.262 

7,241 

OOO 

168 

121 
7,171 
128 
66,(577 

22,992 
10,070 

1  A  A 
144 

H640 

291,454 



3,726 
loo 

19 

L*A 

8U 

1,923,341 

35,546 
40,021 
11,161 
24,247 
80,  JOo 

It),  ( OS 

O  ■  LI  1 1     1  Ol 

J,  001,121 

8,804 

22,766 
6,121 
64 

1,277 

3,930 

12,390 
6,026 
1,H58,532 

340 

14,000 

56,000 

o,Z01 

99  1:70 

151,955 

87,599, 4/ b 

13.752,078  591,379 

44,oJo 

or.  k,\9 
oO,OOZ 

165,242,001 

4,oyj  ,')D1 

3,956 
156 
2,957 

871 

17,755 
527,324 
47,378 

331 

569,942 
2,855 
83,011 

21,458 
76 
203 

OoO 

335,887 
55,662 

17,191 

2,851,044 
2,855 
760,910 
6,607 

85,372 
18,661 
6,453 
9,703 
224,649 
6,250 
175,253 
413.899 

oft 

<  o 

203 

2,010,208 

S42,024 

39,154 
7 

881,178 
7 

12,773 

1,284 

■ 

22,102 

17,286 
4,827 
6,250 

16,286 
6,250 
121,844 

51  031 

5,095 
25 

25 

655 
4,609 
25 

13,335 

38 
25 

405 
15R  343 

743 
49,407 
3,384 

908 

SI  5  493            4  370  143X50 

2,024,617  72,161 
605,609  3,454 
11.489  !  98 

513,164 

420 
100 

35,895 
1,289 
182 
160 
1,037 
5,10(5 
4,613 
874,051 
204,243 

917 

7,001 
57,710 
8,810 
5,904 
2,048,768 
223,521 
1,021 
400 
12,141 

8,088 
104 

1,291 
105,460 
947 
685 

8,460 

56,082 

74,937 

6,061   

1,542 

Grand 
Total. 


151,833,379 
65 

543,272 
22,172 
54,721 
2,418,493 
156,968 

131,815 

19,796 
583,536 
9,191 
4,034,425 


3,947,015 
1,340,835 

125,759 
24,613 

579,369 

24,684 
4,283,557 


170,133,662 


362,4 
2,975,9! 
55,865  22 


,440  20 
,984  21 


17,191 
3,732,2s 
2,862  25 
773,688  26 
(5,607  27 


90,467 
18,686 
6,453 


10,358  31 


229,258 
6,275 
175,253 
414,807 
2,096,778 


9 
10 
11 
12 


13 
832  14 
15 
16 
17 


18 
19 


23 
222  24 


28 
29 
30 


33 
34 
35 
36 


609,063  37 
11,587  38 
917  39 
7,00ll40 
57,71041 
8,810  42 
5,904  4.! 
2,123,705  44 


223,521 
1,021 
400 


45 
46 
47 


12,141  48 


11- 


■14 


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No.  19. — Abstract  of  the  Total  Value  of  Goods  Exported  from  the 


49 

50 

51 

52 
53 

54 

55 
56 
57 
58 
59 
60 
61 
62 
03 

64 
65 
66 
67 
68 
69 
70 
71 
72 
73 
74 
75 
76 
77 
78 
79 
80 
81 
82 
83 
84 


Countries. 


British  Empire. 


Germany  

German  Africa  

ii  Oceania 

Greece  

Greenland,  Iceland, 
&c  


Guam,  Tuluita  and 
Wake  Islands.  .. 

Hawaii  

Hayti  

Holland    

Italy   

Japan   

Korea  

Liberia  

Mexico  

Miqnekm  and  St. 
Pierre  Islands. . . . 

Morocco  


Norway  

Peru  

Philippines  

Porto  Rico  

Portugal  

Portuguese  Africa. 

Rouir.ania  

Russia  in  Europe. . 

San  Domingo  

Servia   


Siam  

Spain  

Sweden  

Switzerland  

Turkey  in  Asia  . . . 
Turkey  in  Europe. 

Uruguay  

U.  S.  of  Colombia. 

United  States  

Venezuela  


The  Mine. 


9 


— 

: 


248,925 


ID 
O 

=  ~ 

Y.  - 

p- 


The  Fisheries. 


— 

o 


5 
-  — 

u 

P4 


50 


252,850 


1,000 


5,260  . . . 
4,358  . . 
58,773  . . 


159,345 
30,205 


3.682 
2,824 


1,159 


20,340 


1,000 


100 

15,929 
22,396 
10,209 
173,621 
193,037 


428 
162 


14,210 
225 


636,159 
38,819 
290 


2.315 
24,030 


The  Forest. 


— 

5 


S 
-  - 

;  — 

y.  : 

"  Urn 

- 


10,347 


196 


1.307 
6.501 


60,703 


20,431 
8,232 


14,999 


:.u.;;ss 
30,132 
1,059 


1,026 


Animals  and 
their  Produce. 


*1 


241,448 


14,711 


54,526 
550., 
4,319  . 

6  ., 


652 

38,255 


2.' i27 


534 


53 
148 


1,471 

159! 


68 

33,259,580 


Total,  other  countries 
Grand  total  


5,550. 
84,151, 


36,331 


200 
1,900, 


8491  

144  

35  342 


69 


. . . . '  142,081 

9,866    560 

163,539:  5,378,664      9,354(  25,483,532      5,724  9,864,524 
1,485   , 


735,781 


34.448,558!  165,882    9,341,217|    46,910  28,939,163      9,718  10,557,960j  765,027 


41.324.516    186,066  16,704,678    110,514  40,892,674    212,213  48,210.654  1,010,243 


To  United  Kingdom— Coin,  $20,034.     To  Hong  Kong— Coin,  $1,970.     To  Newfoundland  and  Labrador- 
Grand  total  Exports  


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Dominion  of  Canada  during  the  Twelve  Months  ended  March  31,  1912. 


Agricultural 
Products. 

Manufactures. 

Miscellaneous. 

V 

E 

«  ~ 

O  *c 

? 

<6 
o 

3 

o 

■~ 

Ph 

s> 
o 

Ph 

ID 
O 
3 
*C 

Q 

Ph 

o 

f 

2,045,032 

9 

194,541 



$ 

779,245 
104 

$ 

27,765 

IP 

1,010 

7,634 
50 

f.   

23 
764 
1.064,166 

117,195 
1,751 
293,717 
103,696 
133,797 
11,434 

564 

340  957 

6,856 
2,854 
1  047 

12 

35  802 
'  14 
142 

208  35? 

45,166 

80 

10 

9  721 

211 

105,515 

15,503 
35 
12,536 
8,663 
i;,954 
2,.')9o 
117 
8,4.50 
97,395 
1,080,419 
2,547 
1,435 
539 
7«i,215 
19,663 
16,135 
17,059 
7,110 
49,493 
12,480 
16,312,751 
21,497 

719 
1,792 

512 

1  50fi 

576,993 
255 
12,653 

001 

281 
1,322 
4  J,  (00 

835 
48 
93 

156,677 
651 

36 

130 
25,351 

18 

5 

2,847 

842 

2,500 

575 
11,685,611 

3,186,201 

5,862,433 
319 

56,560 

952,041 

19,543,899 

4,577,880 

22,084,206 

6,081,322 

66,853 

953,894 

107,143,375 

8,311,111 

35,836,284 

6,672,701 

111,676 

989,446 

Totals 


O 
3 
T 

O 

u 

Ph 


3,577,847 
104 
1,000 
8,644 

50 

100 
133,147 
26,218 
1,434,379 
282,225 
486,441 
21,175 
142 
494,723 

138,035 

35 

618,738 
12,825 
22,431 
689,424 
70,390 
72,819 
97,395 
1,241,438 
29,254 
1,435 
539 
114,546 
129,309 
16,329 
18,^)1 
9,010 
191,642 
23,550 
102,041,222 
22,9S2 


124,981,856 


290,223,857 


a> 
o 
-*j  3 

£  o 
Ph 


$ 

237,067 


564 


348,347 
2,866 
1,127 


772 
4,816 


835 
48 
93 

196 


36 


18 

5 

3,189 


2,500 


10,915,073 
319 


Grand 
Total. 


0> 

,2 

= 

3 


3,814,914  49 
104  50 
1,000  51 
8,644  52 


50  53 


100 
133,711 
26,218 
1,782,726 
285,091 


59 
60 


487,568 
21,175 
142  61 
495,495  62 


54 
55 
56 
57 
:,s 


142,851 

35 

619,573 
12,873 
22,524 

689,620 
70,390 
72,819 
97,395 
1,241,474 
29,254 
1,435 
539 

114,564 

129,314 
19,518 
18,101 
11,510 

191,642 
23,550 
112,956,295 
23,301 


12,600,633  137,582,489 


17,492,294 


307,716,151 


63 
64 
65 
66 
67 
68 
69 
70 
71 
72 
73 
74 
75 
76 
77 
78 
79 
80 
81 
82 
83 
84 


Coin,  $756.    To  United  States— Coin,  $7,578,339. 


290,223,857 


7,601,099 


25,093,393 


7,601,099 


315,317,250 


1] 


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i 


3  GEORGE  V.,  A.  1913 

No.  20. — Statement  showing  the  Value  of  Goods  (dutiable  and  free),  Imported  into 
Canada  during  the  Fiscal  Year  ended  March  31,  1912,  classified  under  the  follow- 
ing heads  and  countries  : — 

0 


ARTICLES. 


Food,  drink  and  tobacco  

Raw  materials  and  articles  mainly  unmanufactured. 

Articles  wholly  or  mainly  manufactured  

Miscellaneous  articles  

Coin  and  specie  


Total . 


United 
Kingdom. 


$ 

13,075,922 
9,142,711 

93,783,25<; 
1,189,732 
810 


117,192,431 


British 
Possessions 
all  other. 


Foreign 
Countries. 


16,462,963; 
2,454,597, 
1,564,554, 
8,969( 
8801 


64,219,507 
109,542,140 
215,226,723 
6,615,589 

26,032,191 


20.491,963:  421,636,150 


No.  21. — Statement  showing  the  Value  of  Goods  Exported  from  the  Dominion  of 
Canada  during  the  Fiscal  Year  ended  March  31,  1912,  classified  under  the  follow- 
ing heads  and  countries  : — 


ARTICLES. 

United  Kingdom. 

British  Possessions 
all  other. 

Foreign  Countries. 

Canadian 
Produce. 

Foreign 
Produce. 

Canadian 
Produce. 

Foreign 
Produce. 

Canadian 
Produce. 

Foreign 
Produce. 

Food,  drink  and  tobacco. . 
Raw  materials  and  articles 
mainly  unmanufactured. 
Articles  wholly  or  mainly 

Miscellaneous  articles. . . . 

$ 

118,948,418 

17,149,020 

lii.967,665 
175,310 

s 

3,871,590 

268,347 

390,449 
62,580 
20,034 

$ 

8,083,597 

2,137,269 

7,011,353 
169,369 

$ 

164,885 

30,050 

60,190 
43,570 
2,726 

$ 

23,561,078 

62,037.017 

38,235,884 
1,147,877 

$ 

5,625,991 

442,584 

5,381,432 
1,150,626 
7,578,339 

147,240,413 

4,613,000 

18,001,588 

:;iu.42i 

124,981,856 

20,178,972 

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No.  22. — Summary  Statement  of  Goods  Exported  from  the  Dominion  of  Canada 
distinguishing  Canadian  Produce  and  Manufactures  from  those  of  other  Countries, 
during  the  Twelve  Months  ended  March  31,  1912. 


Articles. 


Total,  ores. 


Goods, 
the  Produce  ok 
Canada. 


Quantity. 


THE  MINE. 

Arsenic  Lbs. 

Asbestos  Tons. 

Bftrytes,  ground  or  unground.  .Cvvt. 

Coal  Tons. 

Felspar   <■ 

Gold-heaiing  quartz,  dust,  nug- 
gets, &c   $ 

Gypsum  or  plaster — crude.  . .  .Tons. 
Metals,  viz: — 
*Copper,  fine,  contained  in 

ore,  matte,  regulus,  &c. . . .  Lbs. 
*Lead,  metallic,  contained  in 

ore,  etc   n 

Lead,  pig      n 

*Nickel,  fine,  contained  in 

ore,  matte  or  speiss   n 

*Platinum,  contained  in  con- 
centrates, or  other  forms,  .ozs. 
*Silver,  metallic,  contained 
in  ore,  concentrates,  &c...  " 

Mica  Lbs. 

Mineral  pigment,  iron  oxides, 

ochres,  &c   >> 

Mineral  water  Galls. 

Oil,  mineral: — 
Coal  and  kerosene,  refined..  .. 

Ores,  viz: — 

Antimony  Tons. 

Corundum  i 

Iron   M 

Maganese     n 

Other  i 


4,370,077 
76,316 
68 

1,4!»4,756 
16,639 


Value. 


82|  234 
2,097,814 
114 
4,338,128 

58,160 


  7,193.392 

357,5021  422,506 


56, 426, 980  5,646,206 


113, 940 
71,961 

33,230,708 

48 

30,882,716 
765,830 

5,503,150 
19,985 


1,934 


3,151 
2,806 

3,743,920 

2,578 

15,908,409 
258,329 

35,148 
11,712 


156 


1 

1,277 
37,657 
12 
7,629 


Phosphates  Tons. 

Plumbago,  crude  ore  and  con- 
centrates Cwt. 

Pyrites   . .  Tons. 

Salt  Lbs. 

Sand  and  gravel  Tons. 

Stone:— 

Ornamental,  granite,  marble, 
Ac,  unwrought  Tons. 

Building,  freestone,  lime- 
stone, &c,  unwrought  > 

For  manufacture  of  grind- 
stones, rough   M 


Total,  stone. 

Other  articles  

Total,  mine. 


46,576 


3o,755 
27,865 
307,300 
585,362 


133 
130,844 
133,361 

474 
388,484 


653,296 


132 
85,481 
15 


100 

66,477 
110,109 
5,411 
415,304 


(  tOODS, 

not  the  Produce  of 
Canada. 


Quantity. 


1,590 
24,999 
22 


26,611 


242,445 


41,324,516 


576 


89,026 


1,795 


136 

808 
1,961 


6,344 


40,684 


6,290,495 
522 


34 


34 


Value. 


129,069 
18,046 


Total  Extorts. 


Quantity. 


4,370,653 
76,316 
68 

1,583,782 
16,639 


121 


7,928 

404 
645 


3,179 


2,154 


39 
23 


62 


21,350 
172 


684 


684 


357,502 

56,426,980 

113,940 
73,756 

33,230,708 

184 

30,883,524 
767,791 

5,503,150 
26,329 


42,618 


1 

1,277 
37,657 
13 
7,630 


46,578 


3(1.755 
27.865 
6,597,795 
585,884 


166 
85,481 
15 


85,662 


2,237 


186,066 


Value. 


82,249 
2,097,814 
114 
4,467,197 

58,160 

7,211,438 
422,506 


5,646,206 

3,151 
2,927 

3,743,920 

10,506 

15,908,813 
258,974 

35,148 
14,891 


2,310 


133 
130,844 
133,361 

513 

388,507 


653,358 


100 

66,477 
110,109 

28,761 
415,476 


2,274 
24,999 
22 


27,295 


244,682 


41,510,582 


'These  items  to  show  the  weight  and  value  of  the  Copper,  Lead,  Nickel,  Platinum  and  Silver  respect- 
ively, not  the  gross  weight  of  ore,  matte,  concentrates,  &c. 


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3  GEORGE  V.,  A.  1913 

No.  22. — Summary  Statement  of  Exports — Continued. 


Articles. 


THE  FISHERIES. 

Codfish,   including  haddock, 

ling  and  pollock,  fresh  Lbs. 

Dry,  salted    Cwt. 

Wet,  salted   n 

Pickled  

Tongues  and  sounds   Brls. 

Total,  codfish  


Mackerel,  fresh  Lbs. 

ii        pickled  Brls. 

Total,  mackerel  


Halibut,  fresh  Lbs. 

ii       pickled   . .  Brls. 


Herring,  fresh  or  frozen  Lbs. 

ii       pickled   ...  Brls. 

ii       canned  Lbs. 

ii      smoked  Lbs. 


Total,  herring. 


Sea  fish,  other,  fresh   Lbs. 

e.  pickled  Brls. 

.1  preserved  Lbs. 


Total,  sea  fish,  other. 


Oysters,  fresh.  . .   Brls. 

i>       preserved  in  cans  Lbs. 


Total,  oysters. 


Lobsters,  fresh  Brls. 

.1       canned  Lbs. 


Total,  lobsters. 


Bait,  fish,  clams  or  other  Brls. 


Salmon,  fresh  Lbs. 

ii  smoked  

■i      canned   ■■ 

ii      dog   ii 

H      pickled   Brls. 


Goods 
the  Produce  of 
Canada. 


Quantity . 


Value. 


Total,  salmon  

Salmon,  or  lake  trout  Lbs. 

Fish,  all  other,  fresh  $ 

ii  pickled  Brls. 

Total,  fish  other   


1,282,970 
658,624 
11,731 
1,221 
1.690 


1,031,143 
9,443 


2,328,290 
14 


47,425 
4,135,532 
49,589 
5,493 
32,687 


4,270,726 


68,175 
136,550 


204,725 


129,761 
137 


33,437,708  300,617 

167,1541  495,200 

131.348'  1,553 

2,668,679|  60,791 


7,894,854 
10,485 
2,519,551 


858,161 


453,828 
65,732 
62,754 


582,314 


:.s7 


5,854 


Goods 
not  the  Produce  of 
Canada. 


Total  Exports. 


Quantity . 


Value.  Quantity 


5, 354 


44,181  566,946 
9,038,948  3,080,578 


54,201 


2,053,275 
1,118 
30,192,923 
54,136 
16,612 


243,383 


7,201 


3,647,524 


102,475 


200,053 
158 
3,830,178 
1,780 
280,290 


4,312,459 


14,678 


1,285,017 
48,557 


1,333,574 


11,161 

289 


3.2ol 


244 
400 


\  * 

13,935 


192 


10,360 


56,010 
1,274 


57,284 


29,896 


29,896 


41,390  1,656 


960 
16 


976 


1,282,970 
669,785 
12,020 
1,221 
1,690 


1,031,143 
12,644 


2,369,680 
14 


33,437,708 
167,398 
131,748 
2,668,679 


400  7,902,854 

  10,485 

1,516  2,533,486 


1,916  . 


36 


36 


2,200 


2,200 


587 
192 


44,181 
9,949,308 


54,201 


2,053,275 
1,118 
30,192,923 
54,136 
16,612 


243,383 


1.118 


7,201 


1,118 


Value. 


47,425 
4.191,542 
50,863 
5,493 
32,687 


4,328,010 


68,175 
166,446 


234,621 


131,417 
137 


3oi  I.H17 
496,160 
1,569 
60,791 


859,137 


154.228 
65,732 
64,270 


584,230 


5,854 
36 


5,890 


566.946 
3,082,778 


3,649,724 


102,475 


200,053 
i;.s 

3,830,178 
1,780 
280,2!K) 


4,312,459 


14,678 


1,286,135 
48,557 

1,334,692 


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No.  22. —Summary  Statement  of  Exports — Continued. 


Art  iclks. 


THK  FISHERIES — Cou. 

Fish,  oil,  cod  Galls 

n  seal  

ii       whale  i 

ii        Other   ii 


Total,  fish  oil . 


Furs  or  3kins,  the  produce  of 

fish  or  marine  animals   $ 

Other  articles  of  the  fisheries. . . 


Total,  fisheries  

THE  FOREST. 

Ashes,  pot  and  pearl  Brls 

ii     all  other   $ 

Total,  ashes  


Goods,  the  Produce!  ™J°pSoduc« 
of  Canada.       |       Qf,  Canada. 


Quantity. 


130,211 
9,907 
2,422,845 
56,436 


2,(519,399 


Bark  for  tanning  Cords. 

Firewood  

Knees  and  futtocks   No. 

Lath  wood   Cords. 

Logs,  cedar,  capable  of  being 
made  into  shingle  bolts   n 

Logs,  elm  M.  ft 

hemlock   ii 

oak  i 

pine    ii 

spruce   ii 

all  other   M 


Total,  logs. 


Lumber, 


viz.  :  battens  

bass  wood    M.  ft 

deals,  pine  St.  hund 

H     spruce  and  other  ■■ 

ii     ends   M 

laths   M . 

palings   ii 

pickets   it 

planks  and  boards . . .  M.  ft 

scantling   ■■ 

shingles   M. 

shooks,  other   .$ 

staves  other  and  head- 
ings   1 1 

all  other  luinber.N.O.P.  n 

Total,  lumber  


Match  blocks   $ 

MaHts  and  spars   No 

Piling    $ 

Poles— hop,    hoop,  telegraph 

T  and  other   „ 

Post,  cedar,  tamarac  and  other 


754 


7,909 
17,793 
7,845 
324 

3,083 


942 
1,959 
17 
7.967 
S.644 
60,591 


*6,12o 


2,051 
18,148 
154,262 
7,749 
671,092 
4,646 
30,859 
1,056,440 
87,848 
598,475 


Total  Exports. 


Value.    '  Quantity 


Value. 


55,681 
4,665 
988,189 
27,766 


1,076,301 


56,850 
109,139 


16,704,678! 


'27 


32,102 
42,767 


74,869 


46,708 
58,633 
6,631 
1,134 

15,830 


12,939 
17,339 
401 
69,425 
72,708 
594,680 


767,492 


17,625 

t;-_\ss,x 

1,416,909 
6.013,051 

314,095 
1,732,294 
12,620 

184,247 
19,339,728 
1,180,905 
1,481.488 

243,103 

85,534 
282,177 


32,366,664 


2,727 
6,138 
202,754 

74,190 
30,229 


10 


15,000 
432 


110,514 


105 


105 


60 


Quantity , 


130,211 
9,907 
2,422.845 
56,436 


754 


7,919 
17,793 
7,845 
324 

3,083 


27 


11,583 


2,372 


266 
1,917 


16,138 


29 


942 
1,959 
17 
7,967 
8,644 
66,591 


86,120 


2,051 
18,205 
154,262 
7,749 
671,092 
4,646 
30,859 
1,056,467 
87,848 
598,475 


727 


Value. 


55,681 
4,665 
988,189 
27,766 


2,619,399  1,076,301 


71,850 
109,571 


16,815,192 


32,102 
42,872 


74,974 


46,768 
58.633 
6,631 
1,134 

15,830 


12,939 
17,339 
401 
69,425 
72,708 
594,680 


767,492 


17,625 
62,888 
1,428,492 
6,013,051 
314,095 
1,732,294 
12,620 
184,247 
19,342,100 
1,180,905 
1,481,488 
243,103 

85,800 
284,094 

32,382,802 


2,727 
6,138 
202,754 

74,219 
30,229 


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3  GEORGE  V.,  A.  1913 

No.  22. — Summary  Statement  of  Exports — Continued. 


Articles. 


THE  EOREST — Con. 

Shingle  bolts — of  pine  or  cedar  Cords. 

Sleepers  and  railroad  ties   No. 

Stave  bolts  Cords. 

Timber — square,  viz.  : — 

Ash  Tons . 

Birch   n 

Elm   it 

Oak   it 

Pine,  red  i 

Pine,  white   m 

All  other   ■■ 

Total  timber,  square  


Wood,  blocks  and  other  for 

pulp  Cords. 

Other  articles  of  the  forest   >, 


Goons  Goons 
the  Produce  OF    not  the  Produce  of!     Total  Exports. 


Canada. 


Quantity. 


Canada. 


Value.  Quantity. 


9,79< 
801,887 
60 


64 

13,516 
3,295 
7,659 
1,631 

20,894 
2,020 


31,875 
232,169 
679 


49.079 


879,775 


Total,  forest. 


animals  and  THEIR  PRODUCE. 


Animals — 

Horses,  one  year  old  or  less. 
Horses,  over  one  year  old . . . 

Cattle,  one  year  or  less  

Cattle,  over  one  year  old 

Swine  

Sheep,  one  year  old  or  less . . 
Sheep,  over  one  year  old  . . . 

Poultry  

Other  


No. 


18 
1,798 
232 
61,285 
1,358 
5,950 
15,468 


1,067 
162,657 
119,638 
135.683 

39,578  . 
784,930 

24,758 


3,344 
1,989 

"si7 

80 


Value.     Quantity.  Value 


111,418 
52,952 

'  28!  212 
2,938 


9,799 
801,837 
CO 


64 

13,516 
0.639 
9,648 
1.631 

21.711 
2,100 


1,268.311  6,230      195,520  55,309 


5,697,901 
7,740 


40,892,674 


361 


879,775 


1,075 
3'.i0,524 
3,116 
4,095,063 
10,028 
27,276 
95.203 
72,588: 
25,040 


212.213  . 


4 

1,395. 
19 
130 


365 


Total,  animals  living  I  4,719,913 


Bones    Cwt. 

Butter   Lbs. 

Casein   » 

Cheese   » 

Eggs   Doz. 

Furs- 
Dressed   .? 

Undressed  


Total,  furs 


Grease  and  grease  scraps   Lbs. 

Glue  stock   $ 

Hair  

Hides  and  skins,  other  than  fur.  u 

Horns  and  hoofs  i 

Honey   Lbs. 

Lard  ■ 

Meats,  viz.: 

Bacon   n 

Beef  

Hams. .'  t 

Mutton   ii 


4(1,099 
8,844,402 
1,021,197 
163,450,684 
203,231 


53,276 
2,077,91H 
3S.302 
20,S88,818 
56,724 


43,107 
3,798,406 


3,841,513 


13,206 
72,632 


1,428,690 
10,24(1 


850 
543,980 
1,725 
22.'.'(> 


2,964 
1,799 
6,453 


22 
3,193 
251 
61,415 
1,358 
5,950 
15,833 


580,739 


14,3001  53,305 
22,287  8,917,034 

  1,021,197 

171,027  164,879,374 
2.061  213,471 


11,939 
113,357 


2,152,044 


3,878 
199,004 


58,979,963 
948,771 
3,124,595 
49,107 


65,656 
10.421' 
171,432| 
5,064.472 
20,057 
592 
23,105 


13,620 


7,520,362 
86,596 
399,329 
4,178 


4.  Ml 


3,060 
4<>!'.OH 

2,283 
205 


125,296 


867 


6,466 
23,532 
2(  »6 


457 


2,165,664 


3,878 
203,895 


922  58.983,023 
22,368  1,357,852 
428  3,126,878 
231  49,312 


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No.  22. — Summary  Statement  of  Exports — Continued. 


Articles. 


ANIMALS  AND  THEIR  PRODUCE— Cotl. 

Meats— Con. 

Pork  

Poultry,  dressed  or  undressed.  $ 
Game         n  n  n 

Tongues   Lbs. 

Canned   u 

All  other,  X.O.P  


Total,  meats. 


Milk  and  cream,  condensed, 

canned  or  preserved   Lbs. 

Sweet  milk  (ialls. 

Sweet  cream   .> 

Oil — Lard   n 

Oil— Neats  foot  and  other  .ani- 
mal, N.O.P  

Sausage  casings   $ 

Sheep  pelts   No. 

Tails   $ 

Tallow   Lbs. 

Wool  

Other  articles   $ 


Goods,  Goods, 
the  Produce  of     not  the  Produce  of 
Canada.  Canada. 


Quantity. 


434,4*0 


11,026 
238,403 
11,263,9* 


Value. 


49,301 
13,420 
3,169 
1.315 
24,312 
1,210,856 


Quantity. 


211,950 


11,648 
4,884 


9,312,838 


4,389,350 
7,771 
886,266 


131,277 
'  4Oj0O7 


1,617,985 
747,336 


Total,  animals  and  products. 


agricultural  products. 

Balsam   $ 

Cider  Galls. 

Flax  Cwt. 


Fruits,  viz.:— 

Apples,  dried   Lbs. 

n       green  or  ripe  Kris. 

Berries  of  all  kinds   $ 

Canned  or  preserved  i 

All  other,  N.O.P  

Total,  fruits  


Grain  and  products  of,  viz.: — 

Barley  

Beans  

Buckwheat  

Indian  corn  

Oate   

Pease,  whole  

ii  split  

Rye  

Wheat  

Other  grain    


Hush. 


206,792 
6,958 


3,149,620 
1,664,165 


305,678 

975  .... 


92,687 


118,655 
269,558 

25,415 
3,767 
109,466 
148.418 

91,000 


272 
20 


48,210,654 


6,997 
36,308 
72,191 


31,057 


248,035 
5,104,107 
106,486 
257.590 
159,293 


5,875,511 


13 


Total,  grain. 


Bran . 


Cwt. 


2,061,667  1,324,300 

10,821  22,110 

104,658  62,306 

4,264  4,869 

8,880,675  3,  SI  9, 642! 

341,661  446,430 

115,247  147.477 

11,670  7,685! 

64,406,286  62,590,5631 

3,712  2,550 


760 


8,683,399 
544,816 


Value. 


15,890 
120 
389 


1,331 
792 


42,263 


60 


5 

12!  491 


6,928 
1,258 


1,010,243 


194 
6,421 
1,102 

98,925 


1(16,642 


Total  Exports. 


Quantity. 


646,430 


11,026 
250,051 
11,268,789 


206,792 
6,958 


3,149,620 
1,664,178 


889 


76,000,661 


1,595,950 


68,427,932 


1,499,447 


2,074,736 
13 


11,303,724 


1,253 


5,727,132 
245,936 


2,099,762 
23 


8,073,742 


1,124 


2,061,667 
11,581 
104,658 
8,687,663 
9,425,491 
341,661 
115,247 
11,670 
66,541,022 
3,725 


Value. 


65,191 
13,540 
3,558 
1,315 
25,643 
1,211,648 


9,355,101 


4,389,622 

305,738 

.  7,771 

975 

886,266 

792,687 

20 

5 

131,277 

118,655 

282,049 

40,007 

25,415 

3,767 

1,617,985 

109,466 

778,393 

155,346 

92,258 

49,220,897 

6,997 
36,308 
72,191 


248,035 
5,104,301 
112,907 
258,692 
258,218 


5,982,153 


87,304,385 


1,597,203 


1,324,300 
22,999 
62,306 
5,732,001 
4,065,578 
446,430 
147,477 
7,685 
64.690,325 
2,573 

76,501,674 


1,500,571 


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ARTICLES. 


AGRICULTURAL  PRODUCTS — Con. 

Flour  of  wheat  Brls. 

Flour  of  rye   ■■ 

Indian  meal   ■■ 

Oatmeal   „ 

Meal,  all  other,  N.O.P. 


Total,  Hour  and  meal   3,956,241 


Goods, 
the  Produce  of 
Canada. 


Quantity. 


3,738,836 
1 

1,584 
209,679 
6,141 


Cereal  foods,  prepared,  of  all 

kinds   $ 

Hay  Tons. 

Hemp     Cwt. 

Hops   Lbs. 

Malt  Bush. 

Maple  sugar    Lbs. 

ti     syrup  Galls. 

Nuts   Lbs. 

Seeds,  viz.: — 

Clover  Bush. 

Flax  , 

Grass  

All  other  seeds   $ 


784,864 
758 
17,962 
17,383 
1.336,698 
4,831 
24.263 


93.976 
1,504,528 
111,247 


Total  seeds   4,000,023 


Straw  Tons. 

Tobacco,  leaf  Lbs. 

Trees,  shrubs  and  plants   $ 


Vegetables,  viz  : — 

Canned  or  preserved   $ 

Potatoes  Bush. 

Turnips   ■• 

All  other  vegetables   S 


Value. 


16,034.064 
4 

4,740 
897,739 
20,323: 


Goods, 
not  the  pooduct  ok 
Canada. 


16,956,870 


2,309,989 
6,373,590 
3,136 
2,129 
18,915 
110,400 
5,291 
2,485 


839,633 
2,842,242 
205,917 
112,231 


8,629! 
58,809 


41.775 
25,944 
25.140 


Total  vegetables . 


Other  articles  agricultural  

Total  agricultural  products.. 


MANUFACTURES. 

Agricultural  implements  and 
machinery,  viz  : — 

Mowing  machines  ■  No. 

Reapers  

Harvesters   n 

Ploughs   ii 

Harrows  

Hay  Rakes   ■■ 

Seeders   M 

Threshing  machines  < 

Cultivators   

All  other   $ 

Parts  of   it 

Baking  Powders  Lbs 

Binder  Twine   ■■ 


744,726 
1.467,877 


27,049 
573,810 
248,855 
165,046 


1,014,760 


334,542 
LOT,  143.375! 


18,923 
6,659 
13,826 
20,079 
5,917 
10,438 
100 
386 
6,897 


50,815 
14.605,180 


649,630 
418,634 
1,433,377 
511.716 
96,670 
316,953 
S.4'>2 

t»:;.t;76 
160,475 
1,350,903 
751,777 

13,188 
964,689 


Total  Exports. 


Quantity. 

Value. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

874 

$ 

3,928 

3,739,710 
1 

$ 

16,037,992 
4 

1,584 
209,679 
6,349 

4,740 
897,739 
20,750 

208 

427 

1,082 

4,355 

3,957,323 

16,961,225 

1,799 
1.9C1 

2,311,788 
6.375,491 
3,136 
5,657 
18,915 
110.400 

125 

784,989 
758 
53,863 
17,383 
1,336,698 
4,831 
59,159 

35,901 

3.528 

5,291 
4,589 

34,896 

2,104 

809 

8,927 

94,785 
1,504,528 
111.247 

848,560 
2,842,242 
205,917 
119.019 

6,788 

15,715 

4,015,738 

8,629 
197,375 

41,775 
93,891 
27,115 

138,566 

67,947 
1,975 

2,913 
4,591 

29,962 
578,401 
248,855 
168,954 

8,424 

753,150 
1,467,877 

3,908 

11,412 

1.026,172 

18,867 

353,409 

8,311.111 

115,454.486 

18,923 
6,659 

13,829 

20,145 
5,917 

10,438 
100 

649,630 

418,634 

3 
66 

320 
3,417 

1,433,697 
515,133 
96,670 
316,953 
8,402 
93,676 
160,945 
1,352,271 
755,479 
13,324 
967,817 

386 

12 

470 
1,368 
3,702 

136 
3.128 

6,909 

550 
52,135 

51^365 
14,657,315 

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Articles. 


M  A  N  D  FACTO  RES — Con. 

Books,  pamphlets,  maps,  &c   $ 

Biscuits  and  bread    Cwt . 

Bricks   M 

Brooms  and  whisks   $ 

Buttons   $ 

Brushes    $ 

Candles   Lbs . 

Gasolene  launches  No. 

Cartridges,  gun,  rirle  and  pistol  $ 

Charcoal   $ 

Cement   $ 

Cinders.    $ 

Clay,  manufactures  of   •$ 

Clothing  and  wearing  apparel..  $ 

Coke  Tons. 

Cordage,  ropes  and  twine   $ 

Cotton  fabrics  Yds . 

Cottons,  other   § 

Cotton  waste  Lbs. 

Acetate  of  lime   n 

Calcium   carbide   n 

Gum  chicle   ■< 

Senega  root   h 

Lye   $ 

Phosphorus  Lbs. 

Drugs,  chemicals  and  medicines, 

N.O.P   $ 

Dye  stuffs   S 

Earthenware  and  all  manufac- 
tures of  :   $ 

Electrical  apparatus   $ 

Electrotypes   $ 

Extract  of  hemlock  bark  Brls. 

Explosives     and  fulminates, 

N.O.P  Lbs. 

Felt,  manufactures  of   $ 

Fertilizers   $ 

Films  for  photographers'  use ...  $ 

Fur,  manufactures  of    $ 

Glass  and  glassware,  N.O.P   $ 

Glucose   Lbs. 

Grindstones  manufactured   $ 

Guns,  rifles  and  firearms  of  all 

kinds   $ 

Gypsum  or  plaster,  ground   $ 

Hats  and  caps   $ 

Household  effects,  N.O.P   4 

Ice   $ 

India  rubber,  manufactures  of, 
viz  :  — 

Belting   $ 

Hose   $ 

Boots  and  shoes   $ 

Clothing   $ 

Manufactures  of,  N.O.P   $ 

Total,  India  rubber, 

manufactures  of  


Goons,  the  Produce 
ok  Canada. 


Quantity , 


2,902 
290 


1,758 
8 


15,072 
621/249 


1,042,063 
11,914,284 
6,733,915 
32,710 
152,  S47 

643^688 


2,995 
1,173,996 


274,261 


Iron  and  steel 
tures  of,  viz 
Stoves  


and  manufac- 


No. 


1,195 


Value. 


:;ou.t;:,;i 
21.704 
2.478 
60,144 
778 
5,454 
337 
2,825 
24,223 
8,231 
3,742 
1,818 
1,891 
247,907 
65,532 
57,224 
104,044 
73,620  . 
35,507 1 
218,277  . 
199,862! 
16,806 
74,374  . 
32,791 
90,750l . 


Goods,  not  the 
Produce  of 
Canada. 


Quantity . 


964.932 
5,394 

6,492 
48,897 
11,811 
35,728 

163,646 
325 

944,980 
13,944 
38,189 
20,894 

a 

28,127 

18,476 
4,151 
17,129 
1,903,290 
6,729 


60,613 
6,517 
122,613 
91 
80,666 


270,500 


18,989 


Yah 


16 
1 


1,50:, 
8 


58,577 


5,6*9 

79i 
4,517,864 


137,617 


43 


113,030 
149 
18 
65 
750 
466 
347 
16,691 
1,025 


840 


39 
58,776 
45 
5,841 
8,665 
75,812 
413 

32 

2,240,410 


Total  Expobts, 
Produce  and  not 
Produce. 


Quantity. 


2,918 
291 


3,263 
16 


15,076 

679^826 

1,047J52 
11,914,281 
6,734,706 
4,550,574 
.  152,847 


643. 6S8 


109,738 
7,000 

3,144 
88,831 
3,406 


56,227 
264 

9,662 
15,137 

9,411 
10,884 


2,995 
1,311,613 


2,386 

10,738 
1,130 
7,892 
256,682 


1,959 
169 
1,291 
20 
48,644 


52,083 


395 


274,261 


1,238 


Value. 


413,683 
21,853 
2,496 
60,209 
1,528 
5,920 
6K4 
19,516 
25,248 
8,231 
4,582 
1,818 
1,930 
306,683 
65,577 
63,065 
112,709 
149,432 
35,920 
218,277 
199,894 
2,257,216 
74,374 
32,791 
90,750 

1,074,670 
12,394 

9,636 
137,728 
15,217 
35,728 

219,873 
589 
954,642 
29,081 
47,600 
31,778 
9,591 
30,513 

29,214 
5,281 

25,021 
2,159,972 
6,729 


62,572 
6,686 
123,904 
111 
129,310 


322,583 


19,384 


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Continued. 


Articles. 


MANUFACTURES—  Crm. 


Iron  and  steel — Con. 

Gas  buoys  and  parts  of . 

Castings,  N.O.P  

Pig  iron  

Machinery,  viz: — 

Linotype  machines  

Machinery,  N.O.P  

Sewing  machines  

Typewriters  

Scrap  iron  or  steel  

Hardware,  viz. — 

Tools,  hand  or  machine . . 

Hardware,  N.CBE  

Steel    and  manufactures 

N.O.P  


Goods,  Goons,  Total  Kxpobts. 

the  Produce  ok    not  the  Produce  oi     Produce  and  not 
Canada.  Canada.  Produce. 


Quantity .  Value. 


of, 


Total,  iron  and  steel. 


Jewellery,  of  all  kinds,  N.O.P  ? 

Jeweller's  sweepings   n 

Junk  Cwt. 

Lamps  and  lanterns   § 

Leather  and  manufactures  of — 

Sole   Lbs. 

Upper   .1 

N.OP....   .. 

Roots  and  shoes   8 

Harness  and  saddlery   n 

Other  manufactures  of   h 

Total  leather  and  man'f.  of 

Lime    8 

Liquors — 

Ale  and  beer  Galls. 

Brandy   h 

Gin  

Ruin    M 

Whisky   ., 

Wines  

Wood  alcohol  ■ 

Other  spirits,  N.O.P   n 

Total,  liquors  

Metals,  viz  : — 
Aluminum  in  bars, blocks, &c.0wt. 
Aluminum  manufactures  of.  n 
Metals,  N.O.P   .. 


Quantity.!    Value.  Quantity. 


f 

Tons. 

5,716 

No. 

14,459 

4,856 

Cwt. 
s 

99,287 

83,411 
31,890 
262,393 

8,363 
386,235 
162,947 
311,771 
58,351 

92,413 

3\<hu; 


769,250  . 


2,224,079 


380,197 


1, 165,246 
896,216 
979,071 


1,593 
"79 


98,120 
117,621 
1,036,911 
10,132 


1.441,585 
170,138 
171,186 
36,841 
17,937 
12,775 


1,850.462 


42,33; 


1,014 


2D8.434 
4.207 

477,537! 
7,211 


789,061 


104,429 


929,763 
6.493 
2<mi.31o 

28,266! 



Total,  metals  

Molasses  Galls. 

Musical  instruments,  viz  : — 

Organs   No. 

Pianos     n 

Other   f 

Total,  musical  instruments  


1,356,807 
1.847 
228,100 

1,586,754 


3.1»o 


384 


2.94o 
219 


224.601 
51,280 
4,095 


279,976 


241 

616 
49.501 


32,657 


s.391 
2,143 
3,494 
4,665 
4,651 
5,301 
40 
1.437 


12,931 


5,716 


300,698 
:i.29o 
22,4551 
33.895 

20.850 
10,58U 


14,700 
5,472 
14S.788 


348.384  .... 


762,362 

120.992 
26. 770 
67,453 
6.197 


412,854 


6,165.246 
904,836 
1.050,910 

8,620 
71,839 

5,851 
10.608 
18,587 

8,561 
10,798 

.".4.4H5 


8,659 
5.3>s 
3.45- 
1.476 
12,722 
22.622 
25 
2,647 


9,984 
2.143 
3,573 
4,665 

303,085 
9,508 

477.577 
8,648 


1.166,027       30.122.       56,997|  819.183 


79,162 


76 
58 


104.429 


494  . 

52,682  . 


53.176 


23.80; 


82,352 


4,172 
14.498 
4.769 


3.016 
277 


23,439 


303,415 


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Articles. 


MANUFACTURES— dm. 

Oakum  Cwt. 

Oil  cake    n 

Oilcloths,  all  kinds   Sq.  yds. 

Oils,  Creosote   Galls. 

Naphtha  and  gasolene   ■■ 

Oil,  N.O.P   „ 

Paper,  viz.: — 

Paper,  wall  Kolls. 

Felt...  

Wrapping    Lbs. 

Printing   $ 

Paper,  N.O.P  


Goods,  thk  Produce 
of  Canada. 


Quantity. 


!t 

419,873 
45,467 
1,153,821 
34,152 

253,284 


Total,  paper  . 


Paints  and    varnishes   of  all 

kinds   $ 

Paintings  of  all  kinds   n 

Photographs   t, 

Plumbago,  manufactures  of.  .  .  .> 

Rags  Lbs. 

Ships  sold  to  other  countries. . 

No.  and  tons. 

Silk  and  manufactures  of   $ 

Soap   Lbs.. 

Starch   ■■ 

Stationery   $ 

Stone,  ornamental,  viz— 
Granite,  marble,  &c.  dressed  $ 
Pudding,     viz.  :  freestone 
limestone,  &c,  dressed. ...  $ 

Totarl,  stone  


826,126i 
49,466 
152,969 


42,566,097 
14—1908 


545,212 
133,540 


Sugar,  all  kinds,  N.O.P  Lbs. 

Sugar  house  syrup  Galls, 

Confectionery,  sweetened,  all 

kinds  Lbs. 

Tar    $ 

Tin,  manufactures  of  i 

Tobacc,  viz.: — ■ 

Cigars    M. 

Cigarettes  

Stems  and  cuttings  Lbs. 

All  other,  N.O.P   „ 


290,185 
127,020 

127,045 


Total,  tobacco 


Tow  Cwt. 

Trunks  and  valises,  all  kinds. .  $ 

Vehicles,  viz.  : — 

Automobiles    No. 

Automobile,  parts  of   $ 

Carriages   No. 

Carriages,  parts  of   $ 

Carts   No. 

Wagons   H 


130 
96 

518,154 
10,658 


Value. 


67 

659,431 
7,072 

57,530 
5,403 

51,544 


62,185 
35,065 
7,308 
3,291,926 
470,635 


3,867,119 


73,958 
47,766 
6,648 
26,978 
561,943 

56,000 
22,325 
23,955 
3,223 
40,320 


Goods,  not  thk 
Produce  ok 
Canada. 


Quantity. 


77C 
456 


1,232 


9,580 
9,474 

26,463 
41,775 
43,256 


2,582 
604 
41,579 
5,866 


30 
18 
261 


63,128 
84,751 


6,181 
10 

758 


118,486 


Value. 


2,308 
1,280 


4,375,507 

80| 

5,466 


50,631 

6,526 

30,455 
17,901 

2 

1,891 

1,443,911 
82,092 
54,291 
54,140 
39,073 
7,855 

265 

1,064 

28 

1,061 
152 

33 
15 

Total  Ex  forth  , 
Produce  and  not 
Produce. 


Quantity. 


171 
32 
186 


7,946 
25,885 


1,532 
20 
68 
7,283 
9,859 


18,762 


6,551 
617,800 
1,224 
49 
1,951 


21,687 
224 
66 
2,611 


385 


39 

419,891 
45,728 
1,153,821 
97,280 

338,035 


832,307 
49,476 
153,727 


42,684,583 
14—1908 


547,520 
134,820 


385 


137,599 
22 

1,052 
15 
55,308 


1 

8|  303 

104  971 

171,502  18,299 

16,286  10,505 


30,078 


9 

1,396 


596,082 
89,399 
3,296 
1,439 
1,190 
650 


4,665,692^ 
127,100 

132,511 


138 
260 
689,656 
26,944 


6,528 


2,156 
1,092 


1,094 
167 


Value. 


238 
659,463 
7,258 
57,530 
13,349 
77. 129 


63,717 
35.0H5 
7,376 
3,299,209 
480,494 


3,885,881 


SO,  509 
665.56i; 
7,872 

27,027 
563,894 

56,000 
44,012 
24,179 
3,289 
42,931 


1,161 

456 


1,617 


147,179 
9,496 

27,515 
41,790 
98,564 


2,885 
1,575 
59,878 
16,371 


80,709 


30.464 
19,297 


2,039,993 
171,491 
57,587 
55,579 
40,263 
8,505 


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No.  22. — Summary  Statement  of  Exports — Concluded. 


Articles. 


Goods,  the  Produce   rot  T^ °p*01)UCK 


of  Canada. 


of  Canada. 


Quantity.    Value.    '  Quantity, 


MANUFACTURES — Con. 

Vehicles—  Con. 

Bicycles   No. 

n       parte  of   $ 

Other  vehicles   n 

Vinegar  Galls. 

Wood,  viz.: — 

Barrels,  empty. .   No. 

Household  furniture   $ 

Doors,  sashes  and  blinds ....  « 

Matches   » 

Match  splints   I 

Mouldings,  trimmings  and 
other  house  furnishings  . 

Pails,  t\ibs,  churns  and  other 
hollow  woodenware   ■■ 

Spool  wood  and  spools   ■■ 

Wood  pulp,  chemically  pre- 
pared Cwt. 

Wood  pulp,  mechanically 
ground   n 

Other  manufactures  of  wood  .  $ 


99 


239 


27,914 


6,372 
57,197 
230,256 
54 


153 


835,239 
5,023,568 


Total  wood. 


Woollens   $ 

Other  articles  manufactured  ...  ■■ 

Total  manufactures  

MISCELLANEOUS  ARTICLES. 

Coffee  Lbs. 

Dried  fruits,  N.O.P  - 

Rice    

Rice  meal   m 

Tea  .   i  » 

Other  miscellaneous  articles. ...  8 

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COIN  AND  BULLION. 


18,100 
335,354  . 
22,176  . 
803 

9,876!. 

2,817  . 

7,316  . 
54,146  . 


18,447 


1,587,535' . 

3,506,770  . 
477,924  . 


6,022,817 


59,9551 
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35,836,284 


86,323 
16,438 
40,000 
3,369,548 


15,385 
1,177 
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60,379 
77,343 
338,046 


Value. 


29,159 
13,077 
44,379 
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Total  Exports. 


Quantity. 


252 


31,563 
14,937 
600 
67 


241 


46,361 


89 

492 
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43,141 


93,986 


54,762 
438,102 


6,672.701 


835,239 
5,023,568 


52,243 


2.f.2s.:.9s 


111,676 


Gold  coin . . . 
Silver  coin. . 
Copper  coin. 


Total,  coin  and  bullion. 

RECAPITULATION. 


Produce  of  mine.  

■I  fisheries  

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Agricultural  products  

Manufactures  

Miscellaneous  articles  .... 


Total . . . . 
Coin  and  bullion. 


Grand  total  exports. 


11,915 
4,652 
7,977 


751,099 
213,803 


146,702 
93,781! 

378,046 
3,369,548 
2, 628, 598 ; 


989,446 


6,141,320 
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10,148 


7,601,099 


11,324,516 
16,704,678 
40,892,674 
48,210,654 
107,143,375 
35,836,284 
111,676 


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290.223.857 


186,066 
110,514 
212,213 
L.010,243 
8,311,111 
6.672,701 
989,446 


17.492,294 
7,601,099 


25.093.:i93 


6,141,320 
1.449,631 
10,148 

7,601,099 


41,510.582 
16,815,192 
41,104,887 
49,220,897 
115,454,486 
42,508,985 
1,101,122 


307,716,151 
7.6(11,099 


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No.  24. — Statement  showing  the  value  of  Merchandise  imported  into  and  exported 
from  Canada  through  the  United  States  from  and  to  Foreign  Countries,  distin- 
guishing the  countries  whence  imported  and  to  which  exported,  during  the  Fiscal 
Yeai  ended  March  31,  1912. 


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Countries  whence  imported  and  to  which  exported. 

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United  Kingdom 

Aden   

Bermuda  

British  East  Africa  

■t      West  Africa  

ii      .South  Africa  

ii  India  

ii      Straits  Settlements  

ii      East  Indies,  all  other   

n  Guiana  

■I  Honduras   

M      West  Indies  

■i      Oceania:  Australia  and  Tasmania. 

H  H         New  Zealand  

n  ii         All  other     

Gibraltar   

Hong  Kong  

Malta     

Newfoundland  and  Labrador  


Total  British  Empire 


Alaska  

Argentina   

Austria- Hungary  .  ........ 

Azores  and  Madeira  Islands 

Belgium  

Bolivia  

Brazil   

Central  American  States 


Chili  

China   

Cuba   

Denmark   

Danish  West  Indies. 
Dutch  West  Indies. . 

ii     East  Indies. . 

n  Guiana  

Ecuador  

Egypt  and  Soudan.. 

France  

French  Africa  

n      West  Indies . 

Germany   

German  Africa  

Greece  

Hawaii  

Hayti  

Holland  

Italy   

Japan  


Costa  Rica. 
Guatemala. 
Honduras  . 
Nicaragua . 
Panama . .  . 
Salvador.  . . 


8,561,574 
1,271 
365 


73,921 
787,667 
109,769 
1.399,501 
1,339,511 


381,276 
27.226 
192,498 


3,097 


12,877,676 


1.420,099 
483,696 


231,241 


329,804 
3,161 
9,107 


12,416 


49,712 
1,142,184 

30,332 


1,662 
401,290 
44,611 
16,093 
22,407 
651,547 
6,858 


2,629,176 
'* '  67^298 


114,865 
349, 17C 
76,585 


55,332,356 
65 
68,383 
8,675 
3,615 
188,187 
140,227 
40,292 
15.477 
35,779 
7,010 
1,127,181 
1,557,857 
165,869 
999 
24,618 
46,833 
15,587 
34,635 


58,813,645 


200 
1,622,897 
55,040 
4.431 
227,494 
2,14!) 
426.079 
57,649 
16,982 
6,153 
9,825 
136,455 
5,982 
115,336 
4,137 
625,426 
376,957 
11,288 
3,3i»4 
160 
43,517 
4.936 
4,954 
669,197 
86,686 
8,242 
1.744,270 
104 
S.644 
1,4*9 
21,119 
689,633 
256,976 
5,495 


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SESSIONAL  PAPER  No.  11 

No.  24. — Statement  showing  the  value  of  Merchandise  imported  into  and  exported 
from  Canada  through  the  United  States  &c,  from  and  to  Foreign  Countries, 
during  Fiscal  Year  ended  March  31,  1912 — Continued. 


Countries  whence  imported  and  to  which  exported. 


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Liberia  .... 
Madagascar. 
Mexico  .... 
Morocco. . . . 

Norway  

Peru  


Persia  

Philippines  

Porto  Rico  

Portugal  

Portuguese  Africa. 

Roumania  

Russia  in  Europe. . 

San  Domingo  

Servia  


.Siam  

Spain  

Sweden  

Switzerland  

Turkey  in  Asia. . . 
Turkey  in  Europe. 

Uruguay  

U.S.  of  Colombia. 
Venezuela  


2,228 
10,454 


42,234 
98,560 
1,003 


18,659 


138,700 
311,600 
270 


Total  other  Countries 
Grand  total  


52,887 
75,019 
81,985 
10,838 
51,407 
27,812 
52,266 
72,235 


9,144,476 


22,022,152 


240  CUSTOMS  DEPARTMENT 


3  GEORGE  V.,  A.  1913 


No.  25. — Comparative  Statement  of  Goods  remaining  in  Warehouse  in 

1910,  1911,  1912. 


Articles. 


Remaining  in  Ware-  Remaining  in  Ware-  Remaining  in  Ware- 
house, HOUSE,  HOUSE, 
March  31.  IfflLO.         March  31,  1911.         March  31,  l!tl2. 


Quantity. 


Breadstuffs — 

Wheat  

Other  breadstuffs  

Coal,  bituminous  

Cotton  and  manufactures  of . 

Drugs  

Fancy  goods  

Fish  

Flax  and  manufactures  of. . . 

Fruits  and  nuts   

Glass  and  manufactures  of. . 

Iron  and  steel  

Leather   

Oils  

Paper  and  manufactures  of . . 

Silk  

Spirits  and  wines — 

Brandy  

(i'm  

Rum  

Whisky  

Wines  of    all    kinds,  except 
sparkling  

Wines,  sparkling  

Sugar  above  No.  16  D.S  

Sugar  not  above  No.  16  D.S. 

Molasses. .  .   

Tobacco,  manufactures  of — 

Cigars  

Cigarettes  

All  other  

Woollens  

All  other  articles  

Grand  totals  


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S 

Tons. 


Galls. 


Lbs. 
Galls. 
Lbs. 

tl 
It 

$ 


2!t,552 


546.011 


174,972 
183,449 
47,903 
327.917 

252,924 


5,234,939 
52,977,739 
2,552 

33.6S1 
5,844 
108,086 


Value. 


Quantity. 


Value.      Quantity.  Value. 


% 

29,552!  236,958 

115,196  

1,111,525  587.498 
194,212   

92,838   

13,090!  

132.619  

48,088;  

168,512  

15,025   

936,472   

34,730   

107,434   

38,885   

05,742)  

320,89l|  186,959 

127,848  254,435 

32,18li  56,029 

569,669  |  357,219 

223,533  261,685 

160,067   

134,129  5,150.235 
1,379,625  19,806,371 
473  2,552 

114,012  34,180 
11.742  4,878 
71,797'  103,413 

300,661   

1,979,980   


8,530,528 


236,958 
98,788 
1,304.035 

267,013 
96,455 
22,380 

128,949 
31,766 

187,155 
25,233 
1,076,899 
26,650 
77,932 
29,303 
54,419 

345,775 
148,185 
35.056 
628,511 


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173,965 
254,467: 
46,196' 
418,847 

2:58,717! 


235.945 

238,101   1 

129,382  5,521,478 
463.672  45,435,321 
473  29,184 


109,380 
10,321 
68,827 
289,878 
2,089,240 


a3. 795 
4,304 


8,456,681 


148,000 
244.834 
1,577,184 
233.716 
103,678 

12,805 
184,240 

27,913 
258.719 

22,969 
1,000,893 

33.2i;:> 

71.631 
36.053 
46,707 

337.730 
152,325 
29,750 
739,213 

220,282 
290,060 
148.217 
1,280,268 
3,857 

102,500 
9.717 
70.633 
220,629 
2.697.414 


10,305,262 


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SESSIONAL  PAPER  No.  1 1 

No.  26. — Statement  showing  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  March  31,  1912. 


Articles. 

Countries. 

Received  from. 

Shipped  to. 

• 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

THE  MINK. 

Ore  and  other  articles  of  the  mine  

(ireat  Britain 

$ 

15,053 
1,600 

.  S 

1,600 
15,053 

THE  FISHERIES. 

Salmon  and  other  articles  of  the  fisher- 

Total  

16,653 

16,653 

Great  Britain 

119,137 
31,147 
10,249 

29,587 
130,413 

THE  FOREST. 

Belgium     

1,560 

Norway    

127 
900 

Newfoundland . . 
Total  

161,560 

161,560 

Great  Britain 

M.  ft. 

M.  ft, 
4,540 
587 
46 

165,696 
15,821 
1,365 

Lumber  and  Timber,  N.O.P  

Total  products  of  the  forest   

B.  South  Africa. 

United  States. . . 
Total  

5,173 

182,882 

5,173 

182,882 

5,173 

182,882 

Great  Britain 

10,823 
9,687 

9,687 
10,823 

Total  

20,510 

20,510 

203,392 

203,392 

ANIMALS  AND  PRODUCE. 

No. 

No. 

15,199 
24 

1,104,972 
1,732 

Sheep  

B.  South  Africa 

United  States. . . 
Total 

15,223 

1,106,704 

15,223 

1,106,704 

15,223 

1,106,704 

1,860 
240 
90 

13.018 
1,684 
630 

Furs  and  skins  

B.  South  Africa 

Newfoundland 

United  States. . . 
Total 

2,190 

15,332 

2,190 

15,332 

2,190 

15,332 

Great  Britain 

152,366 

12,455 
265 
152,366 

Germany  

12,720 

Total, 

165,086 

165,086 

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No.  26.  Statement  of  the  Quantity  and  Value  of  Merchandise  received  from  and 

►Shipped  to  Foreign  Countries,  <kc. — Continued. 


Articles. 


Countries. 


Received  from. 


Quantity. 


ANIMALS  AND  THEIR  PRODUCE — Con. 

Lard    


Cheese . 


Great  Britain . . . 

Germany  

Holland  

Newfoundland  . 
B.  South  Africa . 
United  States. . . 

Total  


Great  Britain, . . 
B.  South  Africa. 
United  States. . . 


Lbs. 


Value. 


Shipped  to. 


Quantity.  Value. 


40,.V>9,930 


40,559,930 


4,099,931 


4,099,931 


Bacon  and  hams . 


Total. 


8,300 
519^408 


527.708 


Great  Britain .  . 
Newfoundland . 
United  States. . 


Total. 


Pork 


Great  Britain. . 
Newfoundland 
United  States. . 


753,037 


Lbs.  f 

32,192,441;  3,248,094 

5,956,916  609,948 

2,054,581  205,457 

214,627  !  21,460 

141,365  14,972 


40,559,930 


I 

1,660 
58,613 


516,358 
3,050 
8,300 


4,099,931 


58,247 
366 
1,660 


60,273 


527,708 


753,037 


Meats,  all  other . 


Total. 


85.99] 


717,062 
35,975 


60,273 


85,997 


753,037 


922,911  93,625 


242,531 
680,380 


82.390 
3,607 


85.997 


20,347 
67,278 


922,011  93,625 


922,911  93,625 


Great  Britain . 
Newfoundland.  . 

Germany  

Holland  

B.  South  Africa. 
United  States. . . 

Total  


Other  articles  of  animals. 


Total  animals  and  produce . 


r5.684.347 


74,205,415  7,568.970 
401,930  40,11.3 
631,385  71,229 


7,729,112 


9,479 
376,138 


75,084,347    7,729,112  75.084.347 


( Ireat  Britain  . . 
B.  South  Africa, 
United  States. . . 


Total. 


AGRICULTURAL  PRODUCTS. 

Fruits  and  nuts  


210.777 


91,58(1 


302,357 


(ireat  Britain .  . 
Newfoundland . 
United  States. . 

Total  


13,658,417 


23,065 
117, 856 
1  10,921 


948 
47,772 


7.729.112 


58,360 
33.220 
210,777 


302.357 


13,658,417 


116,052 
1,804 

23,065 

140,921 


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No.  26. — Statement  of  the  Quantity  and  Value  of  Merchandise  received  from  and 

Shipped  to  Foreign  Countries,  &c. — Continued. 


Articles. 


AGRICULTURAL  PRODUCTS — -Con. 

Flour  of  wheat  


C<  lUNTRIKB. 


Seeds. 


Other  agricultural  products. 


Great  Britain. . 
B.  South  Africa 

Germany  

Holland  

Newfoundland . 
United  States. . , 

Total  


Great  Britain . 

Belgium  

Germany .  ... 
United  States. 


Total . 


Total  agricultural  products. 

MANUFACTURES. 

Cotton  and  manufactures  of  


Great  Biitain. . . 
Newfoundland .  . 
New  Zealand.. . . 
B.  South  Africa. 

Belgium  I 

Germany  

Holland  

United  States.. . 


Total . 


Drugs,  dyes  and  chemicals  


Great  Britain.  . . 
Australia.  ... 
Newfoundland . . 
New  Zealand.  . . 
Aust.- Hungary.. 

Belgium  

United  States. . . 


Total. 


Great  Britain. . , 
Newfoundland . , 
B.  South  Africa 

Belgium  

France   

Germany  

Holland  

United  States. . . 


Total . 


Received  from. 


Quantity. 


Bbls. 


114,606 


114,606 


Value. 


4Mt.S.s;> 


Shipped  to. 


489,885 


43,468 
64,682 
2,800 


110,950 


17,341 


871 
67^061 


85,273 


827,029 


2,407 


86 
1,134 
5,621 


9,248 


34,963 


45,126 
608 
6,175 
3,305 

11,728 


101,905 


Bbls. 


99,772 
10,694 
2,500 
1,430 
210 


114,606 


Quantity.  Value 


420,990 
49,039 
11.746 
7.293 
817 


489,885 


110,950 


110,950 


56,187 
1,576 
1,275 
98 


4,425 
3,500 
18,212 


85,273 


827,029 


1,904 
1,249 
136 
218 


5,741 


9,248 


9,407 
1,974 
432 
460 


89,632 


101,905 


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3  GEORGE  V.,,  A.  1913 


No.  26. — Statement  of  the  Quantity  and  Value  of  Merchandise  received  from  and 

Shipped  to  Foreign  Countries,  kc. — Continued. 


Articles. 


MANUFACTURES— Con. 

Earthenware  and  china  


Glass  and  glassware. 


Iron  and  steel. 


Leather  and  manufactures. 


Oils  of  all  kinds 


Paper  and  manufactures. 


Countries. 


Great  Britain. 

Belgium   

Germany . . 

France  

United  States. 

Total  .... 


Received  from. 


Quantity. 


Great  Britain . . . 

Australia.   

New  Zealand.. .  . 
B.  South  Africa 

Belgium  

Germany. . 
United  States. . 


Total 


Great  Britain. . . 
Australia .  ... 
Newfoundland . . 
New  Zealand.. .  . 
B.  South  Africa. 

Belgium  

Germany  

France  

United  States. . . 


Total 


Great  Britain. 

Belgium  

United  States. 

Total  .... 


Great  Britain. . 
Newfoundland . . 

Belgium  

Germany  

Holland  

B.  South  Africa. 
United  States. . . 

Total  


Great  Britain  . 
Australia.   . . . 
Newfoundland . 
Belgium  ...... 

Germany  

United  States. . 


Total 


Value 


89,458 
1,385,423 
13,354 

too 

2.000 


1,490,335 


107,026 


101,735 
521 
28,274 


238,156 


50,522 


13,787 
9,590 
885 
454,419 


529.2IK 


3,150 
463 
S.lr.'o 


11.733 


Galls. 
67,454 


35,130 


173,026 


575,610 


37,767 
30,030 


2211.592 


297,389 


22,708 


1.795 
137 
1,950 

26.590 


Shipped  to. 


Quantity. 


Galls. 
153,188 
32,000 


55,1(00 
232,838 
280 
102,304 


575,610 


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No.  26. — Statement  of  the  Quantity  an  1  Value  of  Merchandise  received  from  and 

Shipped  to  Foreign  Contries,  &c— Continued. 


Articles. 

Countries. 

Received  from 

Shipped  to 

Quantity. 

V  alue. 

Quantity. 

V  alue. 

M  A  NU  FACTO  RES — Con. 

Great  Britain . . . 

Galls. 

141,892 
9,076 
950 
100 
3,800 

$ 

310,837 
56,307 
6,875 
275 
1,900 

Galls. 
3,800 

$ 

1,900 

United  States. . . 
Total  

oi  4,  JW4 

155,818 

376,194 

155,818 

376,194 

174,754 
98,030 

6,204 
2,940 

Tea  

B.  South  Africa 
United  States. . . 

Total  

272,784 

9,144 

272,784  9,144 

272,784 

9,144 

3,330 
100 

100 

3,330 

Total  

.  3,430 

3,430 

Great  Britain . . . 
United  States. 

Total  

Lbs. 

1,238,614 

198,008 

Lbs. 

Wood  and  manufactures  of   

1,238,614  198,608 

1,238,614  198,608 

1,238,614 

198,608 

7,443 

100,806 
5,740 
840 

Newfoundland 

B.  South.  Africa. 

590 

6,942 

114,128 

7,833 

Total  

122,161 

122,161 

Great  Britain 

851,265 

949,441 
146,054 
48 
7,322 
174,224 
223,128 
237,145 
3,251 
27,529 
31,771 
400 
1,01)0 
48 

1.424,425 

Total  manufactures  

Australia  

India   

B  South  Afripji 

Belgium  

466,971 
23,9«7 
62,973 
50,775 

Holland  

Japan  

539 

United  States. . 
Total  

1,769,356 

3,225,786 



3,225,786 

6,639,882 

6,639,882 

246  CUSTOMS  DEPARTMENT  i 

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Summary  Statement  of  the  value  of  Merchandise  received  from  foreign  countries  for 

United  States  and  other  countries  during 

COUNTRIES 


Britain. 

Newfound- 
land. 

Austria- 
Hungary. 

Belgium. 

$ 

15,053 
119,137 

10,823 
3(54,803 

83,874 
1,716,754 

$ 

S 

S 

900 

10,249 

65,553 
2,102,771 

86 

•  Total  *  

2,310,444 

900 

86 

2,178,573 

COUNTRIES 


Great 
Britain. 

Australia. 

B.  India. 

Newfound- 
land and 
Labrador. 

New 
Zealand. 

B.  South 
Africa. 

$ 

1,600 
29,587 
175,383 
12,172,853 
593,229 
1,142,959 

$ 

S 

$ 

15,821 
99,746 
49,137 
294.973 

Animals  and  produce  

133,168 
4,197 
31,362 

Agricultural  products  

1,275 
279,832 

Total  

461,877 

48 

14,115,611 

461,877 

48 

168,727  1  281,107 

459,677 

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immediate  transit  through  Canada,  and  transhipped  at  the  Port  of  Montreal  for  the 
the  Fiscal  Year  ended  March  31,  1912. 

RECEIVED  FROM. 


France. 

Germany. 

Holland. 

Japan. 

United  States. 

Norway. 

Totals. 

$ 

$ 

$ 

$ 

* 

1,600 
31,147 
192,569 
13,293,614 
674,802 
2,639,562 

16,653 
161,560 
203,392 
13,658,417 
827,029 
6,639,882 

127 

2,800 
93,715 

32,375 

54,080 

539 

32,375 

96,515 

54,080 

539 

16,833,294 

127 

21,506,933 

SHIPPED  TO. 


Belgium. 

France. 

Germany. 

Holland. 

Italy. 

Japan. 

Mexico. 

United 
States. 

Totals. 

$ 

$ 

$ 

$ 

$ 

$ 

$ 

15  053 
130,413 

10,823 
364,803 
152,227 
3,966,566 

$ 

16,653 
161,560 
203,392 
13,658,417 
827,029 
6,639,882 

1,560 

1,365 
206,405 
10,793 
156,271 

681,442 
16,171 

63,595 

237,605 

3,346 

400 

1,000 

48 

237,605 

4,906 

761,208 

374,834 

400 

1,000 

48 

4,639,885 

21,506,933 

248  CUSTOMS  DEPARTMENT  i 

3  GEORGE  V.,  A.  1913 

Statement  by  Years  showing  the  Value  of  Goods  transhipped  at  the  Port  of  Montreal 
for  Foreign  Countries  from  1886  to  1912  Inclusive. 


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


5,745,606 
7,645.393 
8,058,888 
10,314,396 
12,714,705 
13,202,292 
9,423,862 
9,313,904 
8,186,145 
8, 027.3*  it! 
14.191,628 
11,077,825 
9,378,657 
10,485,519 
13,160,009 
10,707,379 
11. 3*2. 567 
11,689,912 
15,224,361 
14,095,449 
22,114,464 
15,233,092 
18,955,468 
20,881,570 
21,705,210 
18,510,807 
21,500,933 


Fiscal  year  ending  June  30,  1886. 

1887. 
1  *** . 
1SS9. 
1890. 
1891. 
1892. 
1893. 
1894. 
1*95. 
1896. 
1897. 

I*'.'*. 

1899. 
1900. 
1901 
1902. 
1903 . 
1904. 
1905. 
1906. 
1907. 
1908. 
1909. 
1910. 
1911. 
1912. 


9  months  ending  March  31, 
Fiscal  year  ending  March  31, 


Xo.  '27. — Statement  showing  the  Trade  via  St.  Lawrence  River  (Sea-going  Vessels),. 
Inwards  and  Outwards,  during  the  Fiscal  Year  ended  March  31,  1912. 


Vessels. 

Freight. 

No. 

Tons 
Register. 

Tons 
Weight. 

Tons 
Measurement. 

911 

700 

3,474*779 
2,552,840 

793,399 
1,482,955 

150,303 
258,632 

1,611 

6,027,619 

2,270,354 

408,935 

3  GEORGE  V.  SESSIONAL  PAPER  No.  11  A.  19 


PART  II 


GENERAL  STATEMENTS 

IMPORTS,  EXPORTS  AND  SHIPPING 

OF  THE 

DOMINION  OF  CANADA 

FOR  THE 

FISCAL  YEARiENDED  MARCH  31,  1912 


2 


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ii 

3  GEORGE  V.„  A.  1913 


No.  1. — General  Statement  (by  Countries)  of  the  Total  Quantities  and  Values  of 

Consumption  and  the  Duties  Collected  thereon  in  the  Dominion 


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


Articles  Imported. 

Countries. 

Total  Imports. 

Entered 

Quantity. 

Value. 

G 

Quantity. 

eneral  Tan 
Value. 

ff. 

Duty. 

DUTIABLE  GOODS. 

Ale  and  porter  in  bottles  

Ale  and  porter  in  casks  

Lager  and  other  beer  in  bottles. 

Lager  and  other  beer  in  casks . . 

United  Kingdom 
Belgium  

United  States. . . 
Total  

United  Kingdom 

Total  

United  Kingdom 
Aust.-Hungary.. 

u  nitea  otateo. . 
Total  

United  Kingdom 
Anst. -Hungary.. 

Belgium   

Germany  

United  States. . . 

Total  

United  Kingdom 

Galls. 

oW),o/  0 

248 

40 

3,399 
36,618 

$ 

OOO,  OOO 

126 

33 
2,274 
22,788 

Galls. 

our  oofi 

24X 

'V  i 
oi  * 

4 

2,782 
40,472 

$ 

126 
4 

2,075 
24,040 

$  cts. 

no  (iru;  art 

59  52 

RO  7fi 

<JV  /O 

96 

667  68 
9,713  28 

406,964 

359,025 

431,200 

383,279 

103,488  00 

9,051 

4,  la/ 

4,288 

DUO 

9,340 
Z,  lot 

4,360 

1,494  40 

140  09 

11,238 

4,894 

11,527 

4,966 

1,844  32 

2,845 

1  Qfi 

4,491 
42 

olU,  oo4 

2,287 

100 

3,464 
12 

2,136 

32 
4,341 
126 

707  Afi£ 
/  i?l  ,UOO 

1,902 

39 
3,345 
36 

ouo,  ow 

512  64 

<  1 1    9f  I 

7  68 
1,041  84 
30  24 

817,952 

520,218 

804,081 

511,257 

192,979  44 

1,016 
7,068 
1,659 
42,274 
170,957 

581 
1,916 

387 
10,746 
41,875 

1,236 
6,423 
1,612 
36,433 
167,235 

619 
1.748 

393 
9,723 
39,418 

197  76 
1,027  68 

257  92 
5,829  28 
26,757  60 

222,974 

55,505 

212,939 

51.901 

34,070  24 

30,936 
3,557 

114 

2,654 

19  95 
464  48 

Animals,  living,  viz. — 
Hogs  

Horses  over  one  year  old  val- 
ued at  $50  or  less  per  head . 

Total  

34,493 

2,768 

484  43 

United  States. . . 

United  States. . . 

United  Kingdom 
Newfoundland. . 

United  States. . . 

Total 

Lbs. 
2,918 

310 

Lbs. 
2,918 

310 

43  79 

No. 
2,976 

61,829 

No. 
2,976 

61,829 

15,457  25 

61 
53 
2 
219 

2,279 
2,60C 
77 
9,337 

46 
53 
2 
216 

1,695 
2,600 
77 
9,187 

575  00 
662  50 
25  00 
2,7<K)  00 

335  14.293 

317 

13,559        3,962  50 

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SESSIONAL  PAPER  No.  11 

Merchandise  imported;  also  of  the  Quantities  and  Values  of  the  same  entered  for 
of  Canada  during  the  Fiscal  Year  ended  March  31,  1912. 

/'  ■  uch  West  :  Dan.  W.,  Danish  West ;  N.  E.  S.,  not  elsivhere  specified) 


for  Home  Consumption. 


Preferential  Tariff. 

Treaty  Rates. 

Total. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty 
Collected. 

nolle 

3p     CIS . 

VTdllS. 

s 

3p  Ctfc. 

Galls. 

387,320 
248 
374 
4 

2,782 
40,472 

$ 

356,722 
126 
312 
4 

2,075 
24,040 

$  cts. 

92,956  80 
59  52 
89  76 
0  96 
067  68 
9,713  28 

431,200 

383,279 

103,488  CO 

A 18* 

4,360 
606 

1,494  40 
349  92 

4,966 

1,844  32 

2,136 
380 
32 
4,341 
126 
797,066 

1,902 
285 

39 
3,345 

36 

505,650 

512  64 
91  20 
7  68 
1,041  84 
80  24 
191,295  84 

804,081 

511,257 

192,979  44 

1,236 
6,423 
1,612 
36,433 
167,235 

619 
1,748 

393 
9,723 
39,418 

197  76 
1,027  68 

257  92 
5,829  28 
26,757  60 

212,939 

51,901 

34,070  24 

27,545 

4,131  75 

27,659 
2,654 

4,151  70 
464  48 

27,545 

4,131  75 

30,313 

4,616  18 

Lbs. 
2,918 

310 

43  79 

No. 
2,976 

61,829 

15,457  25 

15 

584 

150  00 

61 
53 
2 
216 

2,279 
2,600 
77 
9,187 

725  00 
662  50 
25  00 
2,700  00 

15 

584 

150  CO 

332 

14,143 

4,112  50 

11— ii—U 


CI  8T0MS  DEPART  MEN! 


3  GEORGE  V.„  A.  1913 

Xo.  1. — General  Statement 


Articles  Imported. 


Countries. 


DUTIABLE  GOODS — Con. 

Animals,  living — Con. 
Horses,  N.O.P  


Sheep  

All  other,  N.E.S. 


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


United  Kingdon 
Newfoundland . 

France  

Mexico  

Russia,  in  Europe 
San  Domingo. .  . 
United  States. . . 

Total  

United  States. . . 


United  Kingdom 
Hong  Kong. . . 
Belgiunr. . 

France  

Japan  

Switzerland. . . 
United  States. 


Total  Imports. 


Entered 


Quantity. 


Value. 


General  Tariff. 


Total . . . 


United  Kingdom 
Hong  King, 

France  

Germany  

Japan  

United  States. . . 


Total 


Bagatelle  and  other  game  tables 

or  boards  ( United  Kingdom 

Hong  Kong  

France  


Bags  which  contain  cement,  &c. 


Baking  powder. 


Germany  

Japan  

United  States. . 

Total  


United  Kingdom 

Hong  Kong  

United  States. . . 


Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty. 

No. 

No. 

$ 

$  cts 

48 
11 
2 
2 
44 
1 

19,!»18 

7,634 
690 
800 
28 
5,000 
50 

1,791.973 

28 
11 

1 

41 
1 

19,830 

3,315 
690 
800 
2S 
5,000 
50 

1,769,648 

828  75 
172  50 
200  00 
7  00 
1,250  00 
12  50 
442.412  00 

20,026 

1,806,175 

19,918 

1,779,531 

444,882  75 

l:  i2, 530  578,(>55 


929 
2 
1 
6 
1 

705 


1,1144 


Total . 


United  Kingdom 
United  States. . . 

Total  


Lbs. 

6,506 
5:w,614 


913 
15 
2 
83 
15 
30 

249,236 
250.294 


192.530 


578,055     144,513  75 


58.9S9 
159, 
139 
379 
34 

94,964 


154,664 


1,444 
4 

3 
14 

3 

5.246 


36 
2 
1 
6 
1 

705 


6,714 


(51 


4,688 
437 
175,842 

180,967 


813 
152,685 


Lbs. 


540,120  153,498 

 I  I. 


82 
15 
2 

i> 

248,931 

20  50 
3  75 
0  50 

OA  TK 

3  75 
62,232  75 



249,158 

62,289  50 

1,700 
159 
71 
379 
34 
95,175 

340  00 
31  80 
14  20 
75  80 
6  80 
19,035  00 


97,518 

19,503  60 

138 
4 
3 
14 

3 

5,246 

48  30 
1  40 
1  05 
4  90 
1  05 
1,836  10 

5,408 

1,892  80 

437 
175.S42 

87  40 
35,168  40 

176,279 

35,255  80 

12 

151,912 

6  72 
31.891  98 

151,924 

31,898  70 

ii 

SESSIONAL 

of  Imports 


PAPER  No.  11 

i — C out  in  ued. 


TRADE  AND  NAVIGATION 


5 


fok  Home  Consumption. 


Preferential  Tariff. 

Treaty  Rates. 

Total . 

Quantity . 

Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity . 

Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty 
Collected. 

•No. 

20 

$ 

4,319 

$  cts. 
647  85 

No. 

$ 

$  cts. 

No. 

48 
11 
2 
2 
44 
1 

19,830 

7,634 
690 
800 
28 
5,000 
50 

1,769,648 

$  cts 

1,476  60 
172  50 
200  00 
7  00 
1,250  00 
12  50 
442,412  00 

20 

4,319 

647  85 

19,938 

1,783,850 

445,530  60 

192,530 

578,055 

144,513  75 

831 

 — 

124  65 

913 
15 
2 
83 
15 
30 

248,931 

145  15 
3  75 
0  50 
20  75 
3  75 
7  50 
62,232  75 



831 

121  f'5 

249,989 

62,414  15 

56,926 

7,116  11 

14 

2  45 

58,640 
159 
139 
379 
34 

95,175 

-  - 

7,458  55 
31  80 
26  10 
75  80 
6  80 
19,035  0O 

68 

11  90 

56,926 

7,116  11 

82 

14  35 

154,526 

26,634  06 

893 

1,306 

293  86 

929 
2 
1 
6 
1 

705 

1,444 
4 
3 
14 

3 

5.246 

342  16 
1  40 
1  05 
4  90 
1  05 
1,836  10 

893 

1,306 

293  86 
703  20 

1,644 

6,714 

2,186  66 

4,688 

4,688 
437 
175,842 

703  20 
87  40 
35,168  40 

4,688 
801 

703  20 

180,967 

35,959  00 

Lbs. 
6,394 

255  76 

Lbs. 

Lbs. 

6,506 
531,532 

813 
151,912 

262  48 
31,891  98 

6,39' 

I  801 

255  7f 

538,03? 

152,725 


32,154  46 



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CUSTOMS  DEPARTMENT  ii 

3  GEORGE  V.,.  A.  1913 

Xo.  1. — General  Statement 


Articles  Imported. 


DUTIABLE  GOODS — Con. 

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


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


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


Belting  of  all  kinds  except  rub- 
ber and  leather  


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


Countries. 


Total  Imports. 


Quantity. 


United  Kingdom 

Belgium  

France  

Germany  

United  States. . . 


Total. 


United  Kingdom 

Australia  

Hong  Kong  

Aust. -Hungary.. 

Belgium  

China  

France  

Germany  

Holland  

Italy  

Japan  

United  States. . . 


Total 


United  Kingdom 

France  

Germany  

United  States. . . 


Total. 


United  Kingdom 
Denmark. 

France   

Germany.    . . . 

Holland  

United  States. 


Total. 


United  Kingdom 

Hong  Kong  

Aust.  Hungary 

Belgium  

France   

Germany  

Japan   

United  States. . 


Total. 


Value. 


Entered 


General  Tariff 


Quantity.  Value 


3,866, 
699 

1,5071 
512 
19,117 


25,701 


19,464 
69 
204 
412 
19,559 
23 
4,485 
16,640 
584 
724 
7,694 
40,721 


110,579 


84,542 
170 
269 
220,545 


305,526 


232,393 
32 
184 
7,075 
225 
113,164 


353,073 


74,753 
5 
512 
108 
3,629 
1,503 
156 
64,816 

145,482 


119 
699 
1,507 
512 
19,117 


21,954 


2,232 
69 
204 
155 
12,948 
23 
1,494 
16,640 
584 
724 
313 
4'>,6'.tl 


76,077 


372 
1 
7 

220,458 


220,844 


3,167 
32 
184 
5,631 
225 
111,602 


120,841 


7,214 

5 

512 
108 
3,629 
1,314 
156 
64,885 

77,823 


ii 


TRADE  AND  NAVIGATION 


7 


SESSIONAL  PAPER  No.  11 

ok  Imports — Continued. 


fiVHome  Consumption. 


Preferential  Tariff. 


Treaty  Rates. 


Quantity . 

Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity . 

Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity . 

Value. 

Duty 

Collected. 

$ 

3,747 

$  cts. 
843  17 

$ 

$  cts. 

3,866 
699 

1,507 
512 
19,117 

$  eta. 

884  82 
244  65 
527  45 
179  20 
6,690  95 

3,747 

843  17 



25,701 

8,527  07 

16,774 

3,354  80 

446 

122  65 

19,452 
69 
204 
283 
19,810 
23 
4,367 
16,640 
584 
724 
7,640 
40,691 

4,147  05 
20  70 
61  20 
81  70 
5,771  45 
6  90 
1,238  27 
4,992  00 
175  20 
217  20 
2,108  84 
12,207  30 

128 
6,862 

35  20 
1,887  05 

2,873 

790  07 



7,327 

2,014  94 

16,774 

3,354  80 

17,636 

4,849  91 

— ,  

110,487 

31,027  81 

80,094 

16,018  80 



80,466 
7 
7 

220,458 

16,149  00 
2  45 
2  45 

77,160  30 

80,094 

16,018  80 

300,938 

93,314  20 

235,323 

47,064  60 

238,490 
32 
184 
5,631 
225 
111,602 

47,935  52 
8  80 
50  60 
1,548  52 
61  88 
30,691  03 

235,323 

47,064  60 

356,164 

80,296  35 

67,520 

15,192  78 

40 

12  00 

74,774 
5 
512 
108 
3,629 
1,314 
156 
64,885 

17,729  68 
1  75 
179  20 
37  80 
1,270  15 
459  90 
54  60 
22,709  75 

67,520 

15,192  78 

40 

12  00 

145,383 

42,442  83 

Total. 


8 


CUSTOMS  DEPARTMEXT  ii 

3  GEORGE  V.„  A.  1913 

No.  1. — General  Statement 


articles  Imported. 


DUTIABLE  GOODS — Coil. 

Bells  and  gongs,  N.O.P. . . 


Countries. 


Billiard  tables. 


Blacking,  shoe  and  shoemakers' 
ink,  shoe,  harness  and  leather 
dressing,  X.O.P  


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


Blueing,  laundry  blueing 


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


United  Kingdom 

Hong  Kong  

Belgium  

France   

Germany  

Holland  

Japan  

Turkey  inKurope 
United  States. 


Total  Imports. 


Entered 


Quantity. 


Total. 


United  Kingdom 
United  States. 

Total  .... 


United  Kingdom 

France  

United  States. 


Total . 


United  Kingdom 
( iermany .  ... 

Japan   

United  States. . . 


Total. 


United  Kingdom 

Denmark  

United  States. . . 


Total . 


United  Kingdom 

Hong  Kong  

China  

Japan   

Norway  

United  States. . . 

Total  


Value. 


General  Tariff. 


No. 


258 
2,492 


2,750 


40 
C 
4 
1 

2 
793 

846 


I 

3,525f 
19 
37 
375 
S63 
85 
38 
6| 

39,576 


44,524 


58,620 
72,331 


130,951 


22,871 
62 

N2.S4!i 


105,782 


142 
134 
533 
3.4S4 


4,293 


39,910 
10 
3,933 


43.S.W 


3,592 
321 
91 
35 
50 
35,857 

39,946 


No 
2,49? 


2,499 


3 
6 
4 
1 

2 
793 


Value. 

Duty. 

8 

8     Ct8 . 

552 
19 
37 
43 

8H3 
85 
32 
6 

39,289 

165  60 
5  70 

11  10 

12  90 
258  90 

25  50 
9  60 
1  80 
11,786  70 

40,926 

12,27*  80 

419 
72,331 

146  65 
25,315  a5 

72,750 

25,462  50 

547 

62 
83,042 

150  42 
17  05 

22,837  55 

83,651 

23,005  02 

86 
134 
533 
3,484 

25  80 
40  20 
159  90 
1,045  20 

4,237 

1,271  10 

64 
10 

3,933 

14  40 

2  25 
885  00 

4,007 

901  65 

178 
321 
91 

35 
50 
35,857 

44  50 

80  25 
22  75 
8  75 
12  50 
8,964  25 

36,532 

9,133  00 

ii 

SESSIONAL  PAPER  No.  11 

of  Imports — Continued. 


TRADE  AM)  NAVIGATION 


9 


for  Home  Consumption. 


Preferential  Tariff. 

Treaty  Rates. 

Total. 

Quantity . 

Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty 
Collected. 

a 

2,829 

$  cts. 
565  80 

a 

115 

*8>  CIS. 

31  62 

$ 

3,496 
19 
37 

375 
863 
85 
38 
6 

39,289 

$  cts. 

763  02 
5  70 
11  10 
104  20 
258  90 
25  50 
11  26 
1  80 
11,786  70 

12,9b8  18 

332 

91  30 

6 

1  66 

124  bb 



2,829 

565  80 

453 

44,208 

No. 

ZD  I 

58,201 

13,095  39 

IN  0. 
JOB 

2,492 

58,620 
72,331 

13,242  04 
25,315  85 

58,201 

13,095  39 

i,tO\) 

130,951 

38,557  89 

3,451  77 
17  05 
22,837  55 

22,009 

3,301  35 

22,556 
62 
83,042 

22/09 

3,301  35 

105,660 

26,306  37 

56 

11  20 

142 
134 
533 
3,484 

37  00 
40  20 
159  90 
1,045  20 

56 

11  20 

4,293 

1,282  30 

39,555 

5,933  25 

39,619 
10 
3,933 

5,947  65 
2  25 
885  00 

39.555!        5.933  Ofi 

43,562 

6,834  90 

• 

~  7  

37 

3,399 

509  85 

40 
6 
4 
1 
2 

793 

3,577 
321 
91 
35 
50 
35,857 

554  35 
80  25 
22  75 
8  75 
12  50 
8,964  25 

37 

3,399 

509  85 

846 

39,931 

9,642  85 

10 


CUSTOMS  DEPARTMENT  ii 

3  GEORGE  V.„  A.  1913 

No.  1. — General  Statement 


Articles  Imported. 


DUTIABLE  GOODS — Con. 

Books,  printed,  periodicals  and 
pamphlets,  or  parts  thereof, 
N.O.P  


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


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


Countries. 


Total  Imported. 


Quantity. 


United  Kingdom 

Hong  Kong  

Newfoundland  . 

Belgium  

France  

Germany  

Japan  

Switzerland  

Turkey   in  Eu- 
rope   

Uuited  States. . . 


Total 


United  Kingdom 

Hong  Kong  

Belgium  

France  

United  States. . . 


Total 


United  Kingdom 
United  States. . . 


Total 


Bank  notes,  bonds,  bills  of 
exchange,  cheques,  prom 
issory  notes,  drafts  and  all 
similar  work  unsigned,  and 
cards  or  other  commercial 
blank  forms  printed  or 
lithographed  or  printed  from 
steel  or  copper  or  other 
plates,  aud  other  printed 
matter,  N.O.P  


United  Kingdom 

Hong  Kong  

Aust. -Hungary 

Belgium  

France  

Germany.  . 

Japan  

Sweden   

Switzerland  

United  States. . 

Total  


Value. 


573,868 
21 
2,199 
10,612 
89,782 
4,824 
72 
8 

195 
1,167,252 


1,848,833 


28,974 
8 
5 

9,938 
56,265 


95,190 


593 
17,171 


17,764 


Entered 


General  Tariff. 


42,592 
31 
29 
20 
1,136 
3,196 
522 
11 
14 

186,370 


233,921  . 


496 
8 
5 
892 
56,265 


57,666 


3 

17,171 


17,174 


Value. 

Total. 

t  cts. 

24.254 
21 
2,199 
10,536 
7,400 
3,340 
72 
8 

2,425  40 
2  10 
219  90 
1,053  60 
740  00 
334  00 
7  20 
0  80 

195 
1,165,184 

19  50 
116,518  40 

1,213,209 

121,320  90 

124  00 
2  00 
1  25 

223  00 
14,066  25 


14,416  50 


0  75 
4,292  75 


4,293  50 


1,821 

637  35 

31 

10  85 

29 

10  15 

20 

7  00 

1,236 

432  60 

3,196 

1,118  60 

522 

182  70 

It 

3  85 

14 

4  90 

183,778 

64,322  30 

190.658 

66,730  30 

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SESSIONAL  PAPER  No.  11 

of  Imports — Continued. 


TRADE  AND  NAVIGATION 


11 


for  Home  Consumptions 


Preferential  Tariff. 


Treaty  Rates. 


Total. 


Quantity. 

Value. 

Dutv.     i  Quantity. 

| 

Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity. 

549.242 

$  eta  J 
27,462  10 

$ 

609 

$  cts. 
30  45 

76 

OO,  IV! 

3  80 

549,242 

27,462  10 

83,786 

4,189  30 

28,503 

4,275  45 

106 

15  90 



8,914 

1,337  10 

28,503 

4,275  45 

 — 

9,020 

1,353  00 

590 

88  50 

590 



88  50 

38,487 

8,659  88 

38.487 

8  fir>9  88 

 7  ■                       —  F  

17,171 


17,764 


40, 


183, 


308 
31 
29 
20 
236 
196 
522 
11 
14 
778 


229,145 


Value. 

Duty 
Collected. 

$  cts. 

574,105 
21 
2,199 
10,612 
90,501 
3,340 
72 
8 

29,917  95 
2  10 
219  90 
1,057  40 
4,895  05 
334  00 
7  20 
0  80 

195 
1,165,184 

19  50 
116,518  40 

1,846,237 

152,972  30 

l 

29,1  5 

8 
5 

9,806 
56,265 

4,415  35 
2  00 
1  25 

1,560  10 
14,066  25 

95,189 

20,044  95 

593 

89  25 

4,292  75 


4,382  00 


9,297  23 
10  85 
10  15 
7  00 
432  60 
1,118  60 
182  70 

3  85 

4  90 
64,322  30 


75,390  18 


12 


CUSTOMS  DEPARTM tJST 


ii 

3  GEORGE  V.„  A.  1913 

No.  1. — General  Statement 


Articles  Imported. 


Countries. 


Total  Imports. 


Quantity. 


Value. 


DUTIABLE  GOODS — Con. 

Books— Con. 

Posters,  advertising  hills  and 
folders  


Labels  for  cigar  boxes,  fruits, 
vegetables,  meats,  fish,  con- 
fectionery and  other  goods 
and  wares ;  also  shipping, 
price  or  other  tags,  tickets 
or  labels ;  and  railroad  or 
other  tickets  whether  litho 
graphed  or  printed  or  partly 
printed,  N.O.P  


Uni  ted  Kingdom 

France  

Germany  

Italy  

United  States. .  . 

Total  


United  Kingdom 

Hong  Kong  

Aust. -Hungary. 

Belgium  

France  

Germany  

Italy  

Japan  

Spain  

Switzerland  

United  States. . 


Lbs. 


15,686 
211 
517 
90 

113,097 


129,601 


2,958 
43 
49 
37 

28,02s 


31,715 


Maps  and  charts,  N.O.P  


Total 


United  Kingdom 

Australia  

B.    E.  Indies, 

other  

New  Zealand.. . . 

France  

Germany  

United  States. . . 


Newspapers  or  supplemental 
editions  or  parts  thereof 
partly  printed  and  intended 
to  be  completed  and  pub- 
lished in  Canada   United  States. 


22,144 
19 
111 

5 
973 
33,757 
51 
32 
4 

10 

92,056 


249,162 


Entered 


General  Tariff. 


]  Quantity.  |    Value.  Duty. 


Total. 


5,441 

3 

4 

33 
786 
24 
19,338 


25,629! . 


59 


Lbs. 


1,362 
236 
517 
90 

112,4S1 


253 
49 
49 
37 
2  V  


$  cts 


204  30 
35  40 
77  55 
13  50 
16,872  15" 


114,686 


28,888^      17,202  90 


1,922 
19 
111 

5 

1.0)10 

33,209 
51 
32 
4 
10 

192,044 

672  70 
6  65 
38  85 
1  75 
371  00 
11,623  15 
17  85 
11  20 
1  40 
3  50 
67,215  40 

1  228,467 

79,963  45 

624 

3 

140  40 
67 

4 

33 
786 
24 
19,238 

90 
7  42 
176  85 
5  40 
4,329  11 

20,712 

4,660  75 

59 

14  75 

ii 

SESSIONAL  PAPER  No.  11 

of  Imports — Continued. 


TRADE  AND  NAVIGATION 


13 


for  Home  Consumption. 


Preferential  Tariff. 

Treaty  Rates. 

Total. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty 
Collected. 

Lbs. 

1 

14,324 

$ 

2,705 

S  cts. 
1,432  40 

Lbs. 

$ 

$  cts. 

Lbs. 

15,686! 
236 
517: 
90 

112,481 

2,958 
49 
49 
37 
28,500 

$  cts. 

1,636  70 
35  40 

77  FIR 

13  50 
16,872  15 

14,324 

2,705 

129,010  31,593 

18,635  30 

20,300 

4,567  70 

22,222 
19 
111 

5,240  40 
6  65 
38  85 

5              1  75 

1,060 
33,209 
51 
32 
4 
10 

192,044 

371  00 
11,623  15 
17  85 
11  20 
1  40 
3  50 
67,215  40 

 1  20,300 

4,567  70 

248,767 

S4.531  15 

4,817 

722  55 



5,441 
3 

4 

33 
786 
24 

862  95 
67 

90 
7  42 
176  85 
5  40 
4,329  11 

19,238 

25,529 

5,383  30 

59 

14  75 

• 

14 


CUSTOMS  DEPA^TMEM  ii 

3  GEORGE  V.„  A.  1913 

No.  1. — General  Statement 


Articles  Imported. 


DUTIABLE  GOODS — Con. 

Books — Con. 

Advertising,  pamphlets,  ad- 
vertising show  cards,  illus- 
trated advertising  periodi- 
cals, price  book?,  catalogues 
and  price  lists,  advertising 
calendars  and  almanacs; 
patent  medicine  or  other 
advertising  circulars,  fly 
sheets  or  pamphlets. ..-  


Advertising  chromos,  chromo- 
types, oleographs  or  like 
work  produced  by  any  pro- 
cess other  than  hand  paint- 
ing or  drawing,  and  having 
any  advertisement  or  adver- 
tising matter  printed,  litho- 
graphed or  stamped  thereon, 
or  attached  thereto,  or 
other  similar  artistic  work, 
lithographed,  printed  or 
stamped  on  paper  or  card- 
board, for  business  or  ad- 
vertising purposes,  N.O.P. 


Printed  music,  bound  or  in 
sheets,  and  music  for  me- 
chanical players  

Photographs,  chromos,  chro- 
motypes, artotypes,  oleo- 
graphs, paintings,drawings, 
pictures,  engravings  or 
prints,  decalcomania  trans 
fers  of  all  kinds,  or  proofs 
therefrom  and  simi larworks 
of  art,  N.O.P.;blue  prints 
and  building  plans  


Countries. 


Total  Imports. 


Quantity. 


United  Kingdom 

Hong  Kong  

Aust. -Hungary.. 

Belgium  

Denmark  

France  

Germany  

Holland  

Italy   

Japan  

Portugal  

Sweden  

Switzerland.  . . . 
Cnited  States. . . 

Total  


United  Kingdom 

France  

Germany  

United  States. . . 

Total  


United  Kingdom 
Aust.  -Hungary 

France  

Germany .   

United  States. . 

Total  


United  Kingdom 
Hong  Kong.  . . . 
Aust.-Hungary.. 

Belgium   

Denmark  

France  

Germany  

Holland  

Italy  

Japan  

Switzerland. .... 
Turkey  in  Eu 

rope  

United  States. . 


Lbs. 


280,813 
785 
818 
116 
25 
6,621 
18,738 
5,095 
739 
545 
70 
196 
299 
1,488,282 


1,803,142 


6,919 
239 
43S 
30,914 


38,510 


Total . 


Value. 


63,052 
283 
188 
18 
8 

1,540 
5,168 
979 
213 
293 
10 
28 
84 

434, 159 


506,023 


1,632 
105 
175 
18,238 


20,150 


42,469 
4 

1,704 
1,268 
243,461 


Entered 


General  Tariff. 


Quantity.     Value.  Duty. 


Lbs. 


21,554 
785 
818 
116 
25 
6,622 
18,714 
5.095 
528 
545 
70 
216 
158 
1,493,323 


1,548,569 


811 
239 
438 
30,933 


32,421 


288,906. 


cts. 


5,738 
283 
188 
18 
8 

1,483 
4,947 
979 
125 
293 
10 
33 
-tl 

435.901 


3,233  10 
117  75 
122  70 
17  40 
3  75 
993  30 
2,807  10 
764  25 
79  20 
81  75 
10  50 
32  40 
23  70 
223,998  45 


450,047     232,285  35 


98 
105 
175 
18,246 


18.624 


3,076 
4 

1,704 
i,268 
243,461 


121  65 
35  85 
65  70 
4,639  95 


4,863  15 


307  60 
40 
170  40 
126  80 
24,346  10 


249,513      24,951  3o 


273,463 

42,772 

9,623  70 

102 

102 

22  95 

729 

729 

164  02 

830 

830 

186  75 

56 

56 

12  60 

12,268 

11,835 

2,662  87 

106,790 

105,191 

23,667  97 

285 

285 

64  12 

457 

457 

102  82 

1,649 

1,649 

371  02 

1,335 

1,335 

300  37 

127 

127 

28  57 

603,182 

583,814 

131,360  81 

1,001,273 

749,182 

168,568  57 

ii  TRADE  AND  NAVIGATION 

SESSIONAL  PAPER  No.  11 

of  Imports — Continued. 


15 


for  Home  Consumption. 


Preferential  Tariff. 

Treaty  Rates. 

Quantity.  1  Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity. 

A7alue. 

Duty. 

Quantity. 

Lbs. 
258,575 

$ 

56,508 

$  ets. 
25,857  50 

Lbs. 

$ 

$  ets. 

Lbs. 

280,129 
785 
818 
116 
25 
6,622 
18,714 
5,095 
528 
545 
7U 

loo 
1,  ra>,ozg 

258.575 

56.508 

25,857  50 

1,807,144 

 — 7-  -  —i   •}  

6,108 

1,534 

610  80 

6,919 
239 

4  OQ 

oU,  Voo 

6.108 

1.534 

610  80 

"  1  * 

38,643 

1,93?  15 

38,643 

1,932  15 

221,667 

33,250  05 

2:>1,667 

33,250  05 

Total. 


Value. 


62,246 
283 
188 
18 

8 

1,483 
4,947 
979 
125 
293 
10 
33 
41 

435,901 


506,555 


1,632 
105 
175 
18,246 

20,158 


41,719 
4 

1,704 
1,268 
243,461 


Duty 
Collected. 


$  ets. 


29,090  60 
117  75 
122  70 
17  40 
3  75 
993  30 
2,807  10 
761  25 
79  20 
SI  75 
10  50 
32  40 
23  70 
223,998  45 


258,142  85 


732  45 
35  85 
65  70 
4,639  95 


5,473  95 


288,156 


2,239  75 
40 

170  40 
126  80 
24,346  10 


26,883  45 


264, 


11 

105. 


439 
102 
729 
830 
56 
835 
litl 
285 
457 
649 
335 


127 

583,814 

970,849 


42,873  75 
22  95 
164  02 
186  75 
12  60 
2,662  87 
23,667  97 
64  12 
102  82 
371  02 
300  37 

28  57 
131,360  81 

201,818  62 


16 


CUSTOMS  DEPARTMENT  ii 

3  GEORGE  V.„  A.  1913 

No.  1. — General  Statement 


Astici.es  Imported. 


Countries. 


Total  Imports. 


Quantity. 


DUTIABLE  GOODS — Con. 

Boot  shoe,  shirt  and  stay  laces 
of  any  material   


United  Kingdom 
Aust. -Hungary 

Belgium  

France  

Germany  

Japan  

Norway  

Switzerland  . . . 
United  States. . . 


Total 

Boots,  shoes,  slippers  and  in- 
soles of  all    kinds,    except  I 

rubber  and  leather  United  Kingdom 

Hoi:g  Kong 


Braces  or  suspenders  and  fin 
ished  parts  of  


Brass  and  manufactures  of — 
Brass  in   strips,    sheets  or 
plates,  not  polished,  plan- 
ished or  coated  Unjted  Kingdom 

United  States. . . 


Aust  -Hungary  . 

lielgi'im  

China  

Fra  uce  

Germany  

Holland   

Japan   

Norway  

Switzerland  

United  States. . 

Total    .  . 


United  Kingdom 

France  

Germany  

Japan   

United  States. . . 


Total 


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


Nails,  tacks,  rivets  aud  burrs 
or  washers  


Total 


United  Kingdom 
United  States. . . 


Total 


United  Kingdom 

Germany  

Switzerland  

United  States. 

Total  


Entered 


General  Tariff. 


Value . 


Quantity,  i  Value. 


87,455 
183 
71,014 
10,591 
2,093 

8|- 
241  . 


18,2  m 


190,392 


85,007 
6,215 
4,063 
7 

577 
6,667 
3,578 
2,095 
1,174 
1,224 

389 
25,822 


136,818, 


11,536  . . 
7,249  . 
1,326;  . 
13 

42,738  . . 


62,862 


2,074 
6,716 


8,790  . 


1,315 
11,020; 


12,335 


:.42 
154 
93 
6,754 

7,543 


4.S03 


01 
979 
2.093 


18,232 


20.153 


3,903 
6,215 
251 
7 

577 
55 
3,578 
1.211 

249 


25,808 


41,854 


1.120 

530 
1,326 


43,174 


10, 150 


6,710 


0.710 


11,020 


11,020 


154 
93 
6,754 

7,001 


ii  TRADE  AXD  NAVIGATION 

SESSIONAL  PAPER  No.  11 

of  Imports — Continued. 


17 


for  Home  Consumption. 


Preferential  Tariff. 

Treaty  Rates. 

Total. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

S 

69,059 

$  cts. 
13,811  80 

$ 

12,390 
1,048 
69,900 
17,884 

$  cts. 

3,  407  25 
288  20 
19,222  65 
4,918  10 

$ 

86,252 
1,048 
69,951 
18,863 
2,093 
8 
241 
628 
18,232 

8 
241 

628 

2  20 
66  27 
172  70 



69,059 

13,811  80 

102,099 

28,077  37 

197,316 

77,237 

15,447  40 

2,976 

818  40 

84,116 
6,215 
4,063 
7 

577 
6,667 
3,578 
2,095 
1,174 
857 
389 
25,808 

3,812 

1,048  30 

6,612 

1,818  30 

884 
925 
857 
389 

243  ID 

254  38 
235  68 
106  95 

77,237 

15,447  40 

16,455|       4,525  11 

135,546 

8,340 

1,876  69 

1,790 
6,734 

537  00 
2,020  20 

11,250| 
7,264 
1,326 
13 

43,174 

13 

3  90 

8,340 

1,876  69 



8,537 

2,561  10 

63,027 

2,074 

103  70 

2,074 
6,716 

2,074 

103  70 

8,790 

1.315 

65  75 

1,315 
ll,o20 

r-j  1                       — —    »  — 

1 

1,315           65  75 

12,335 

542 

108  40 

542 
154 
93 
6,754 

542!         108  4C 

7,543 

Duty 
Collected. 


cts. 


18,659  95 
288  20 
19,237  95 
5,211  80 
627  90 
2  20 
66  27 
172  70 
5,469  60 


49,736  57 


17,436  70 
1,864  5C 
1,123  60 
2  10 
173  10 
1,834  80 
1,073  40 
606  40 
329  08 
235  68 
106  95 
7,742  40 

32,528  71 


2,805  69 
2,205  70 
464  10 
3  90 
15,110  90 

20,590  29 


103  70 
671  60 

775  30 


65  75 
1,102  00 

1,167  75 


108  40 
46  20 
27  90 
2,026  20 

2,208  70 


11 — ii — 2 


18 


CVSTOMS  DEPARTMENT  ii 

3  GEORGE  V.„  A.  1913 

Xo.  1. — General  Statement 


Articles  Imported. 


DUTIABLE  GOODS — Con. 

Brass,  and  mfrs.  of — Con. 
Pumps  


Countries. 


Wire,  plain 


Wire  cloth,  or  woven  wire  of 
brass,  N.O.P  


Manufactures  of,  N.O.P. . 


Breadstuff 8,  &c,  viz. :- 
Arrowroot  


Biscuits,  not  sweetened . 


United  Kingdom 
United  States. . . 


Total 


United  Kingdom 

Germany  

United  States. . . 

Total  

United  Kingdom 

Belgium  

France  

Germany  

United  States. . . 


Total  Imports. 


Quantity. 


Total 


United  Kingdom 

B.  India  

Hong  Kong.  . . . 
Auit.  -Hungary. . 

Belgium   

China  

Egypt  &  Soudan 

France  

Germany  

Holland  

Japan  

Norway  

Turkey  inEurope 
United  States. . . 


Total  ., 


United  Kingdom 
B.  W.  Indies. . . 

France  

United  States.  . 


Total 


United  Kingdom 

Hong  Kong  

Newfoundland . 
Aust.-Hungary, 
China. . . .  , 

"France  

Germany.. 
Holland .. 
Japan .... 
Norway  . . . 
Turkey  in  Asia, 
United  States. 

Total  


Lbs. 
43,632 
2,075 
210,039 


255,746 


59,242 
26,222 
12 
3,550 


89,026 


596,092 
1,500 
1,904 
1,120 
340 
336 
1,190 
2,720 
35,050 
330 
264 
201,971 

842,817 


Value . 


758 
22,061 


22,819 


6,591 
324 
31,232 


38,14^ 


40,822 
103 
4,043 
10,712 
14,920 


ro,6oo 


201,550 
25 
167 
3,254 
742 
14 
41 
28,456 
46,008 
3,578 
14,336 
157 
115 
1,391,563 


1,690,056 


3,064 
1,007 
2 
265 


4,338 


38.857 
45 
88 
204 
10 
31 
121 
160 
2,554 
10 
11 
19,364 

61,455 


Entered 


General  Tariff. 


Quantity.  Value. 


Lbs. 


2,075 
210,039 


212,114 


309 


12 

3,550 


3,871 


2,401 
1,500 
1,904 
1,120 
340 
336 
1,190 
2,720 
35,050 
330 
264 
204,310 

251,465 


25 
22,051 


22,076 


324 
31,232 


31,556 

1,113 
103 
202 
10,712 
14,920 


27,050 


6,852 
25 
167 
1,567 
742 
14 
41 
10,030 
46,496 
1,461 
1,194 
157 
115 
1,381,072 


1,449,933 


29 


2 
265 


296 


366 
45 
88 

204 
lu 
31 

121 

160 
2,554 
10 
11 

19,699 
23,299 


ii  TRADE  AND  NAVIGATION 

SESSIONAL  PAPER  No.  11 

of  Imports — Continued. 


19 


for  Home  Consumption. 


Preferential  Tariff. 

Treaty  Rates. 

Total. 

Quantity . 

Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty 
Collected. 

$ 

733 

$  cts. 
146  60 

t 

$  cts. 

$ 

758 
22,051 

$      Ct8 . 

154  10 
6,615  30 

733 

146  60 



22,809 

6,769  40 

Lbs. 

43,632 

6,591 

494  42 

Lbs. 

Lbs. 
43,632 
2,075 
210,039 

6,591 
324 
31,232 

494  42 

40  52 
3,904  38 

43,632 

6,591 

494  42 

255,746 

38,147 

4,439  32 

39.435 

6,901  17 

274 

61  65 

■  •  •••• 

40,822 
103 
4,043 
10,712 
14,920 

7,241  07 
25  75 
914  74 
2,678  00 
3,730  00 

3,841 

864  24 

39,435 

6,901  17 



4,115 

915  89 

70,600 

14,589  56 

192,662 

38,532  40 

1,326 

364  15 

200,840 
25 
167 
2,615 
742 
14 
41 
28,509 
46,496 
3,578 
14,386 
157 
115 
1,381,072 

40,952  15 
7  50 
50  10 
758  30 
222  60 
4  20 
12  30 
8,090  73 
13,948  80 
1,020  48 
3,986  77 
47  10 
34  50 
414,321  60 

1,048 

288  20 

18,479 

5,081  73 

'  2,117 
13,192 

582  18 
3,628  57 

- 

192,662 

38,532  40 

36,162 

9,944  83 

1,678,757 

483,457  13 

31,382 

1,223 

417  4*i 

ill  ij 

183  45 

55,777 
3L382 
12 
3,550 

2,812 
1,223 
2 
265 

422  53 
183  45 
0  35 
46  41 

86,850 

4,006 

600  90 

90,721 

4,302 

652  74 

577,776 

37,289 

5,593  35 

580,177 
1,500 
1,904 
1,120 
340 
336 
1,190 
2,720 
35,050 
330 
264 
204,310 

37,655 
45 
88 
204 
10 
31 
121 
160 
2,554 
10 
11 
19,699 

5,684  85 
11  25 
22  00 
51  00 
2  50 
7  75 
30  25 
40  00 
638  50 
2  50 
2  75 
4,924  75 

577,776 

37,289 

5,593  35 

!  

829,241 

60,588 

11,418  10 

11— ii— 2^ 


20 


CUSTOMS  DEPARTMENT  ii 

3  GEORGE  V.„  A.  1913 

No.  1. — General  Statement 


Articles  Imported. 


DUTIABLE  GOODS— Con. 

Breadstuff's—  Con. 

Biscuits,  sweetened  


Rice,  cleaned. 


Kice  and  sago  flour. 


Total  Imports. 


Macaroni  and  vermicelli. . . 


Countries. 

Quantity. 

Lbs. 

United  Kingdom 

Australia  

Hong  Kong. . . . 
Newfoundland . . 

China  

France  

Germany  

Holland  

Japan  

Switzerland  

Turkey  in  Asia. 
United  States. . . 

Total  .... 


United  Kingdom 

Hong  Kong  

Belgium  

China  

France   

Germany  

Hawaii . .  .... 

Italy  

Japan  

Spain  

United  States. 


1,129,(1)8 

590 
7,203 
860 
390 
2,812 
8,849 
K4.020 
3,842 
24 
433 
155,899 


1,395,320 


127.7S9 
28,794 
38,560 
10,122 
1,969,916 
2,501 
6,000 
4,105,289 
22.339 
4,700 
536, 685 


Total 


United  Kingdom 

B.  India  I 

B.  E.  Indies, 

other  ; . 

Hong  Kong.  

Belgium  

China  

Germany  

Hawaii  

Holland  | 

Italy   

Japan  

Norway  

Switzerland  

United  States . 


6,852,701 


6,266.177 
382,740 

224,000 
4,926,970 


Total. 


United  Kingdom 
B.    Str.  Settle- 
ments. ...  ... 

Hong  Kong. . . . 

China  

France  

Japan  

United  States. . 

Total  


312,873 
27.24" 
18,100 
116,290 
60,445 
35,178 
300 
5,350 
824,827 


13.200,390 


167,696 

448,108 
58,473 
10.33'.i 
413 
1,117 
9,461 


695,607 


Entered 


General  Tariff. 


Quantity.     Value.  Duty. 


148,393 
193 
30!» 
50 

17 
727 
1,474 
12.691 
404 
81 
46 
16,552 


Lbs. 


24,602 
590 
7,203 
860 
390 
2,871 
8,749 
84,620 
3,942 
24 
433 
155,899 


180,864  290,183 


6,286 
518j 
1,482 
315 
97,655] 
203 
290 
171,898 
831 
275 
28,198 


4,809 
28,794 
38,166j 
10,122 
17,182 

2,501 

6,000 
1,394,475 

3,855' 


536,505 


106,625 
11,450 

4,178 
96,594: 


459,482 
80,000 


7,295 
738, 
680; 

4.233; 

2,118 
8971 

8 
202 
32,251! 


4,926,97" 
1,100 
316,273 
27,2  »0 
18,100! 
116,290 
58,109 
57,578 
200 
8.650 
804,227 


327,269  6,874,279 


4,274 

14,614; 
937 
188 
40 
54 
340 


2i),447 


480 

223.88S 
58,473 
10,339 
413 
1,117 
9,461 


S 

1  Ct8. 

2,903 

798  33 

193 

53  08 

309 

84  98 

50 

13  75 

17 

4  68 

739 

203  23 

1,452 

399  30 

12,691 

3,490  03 

404 

111  10 

8 

2  20 

46 

12  65 

16.552 

4,552  38 

35.364 

9,725  71 

285 
518 
1.4X2 
315l 
1,000 
203 
290 
59,696 
103 


28,191 


307.951    2,042,409  92,083 


14,425 
2,956 


90.594 
44 
7,433 

738i 
680  i 
4.233 
2,030 
1,616 
8 

334 
31.442 


162,533 


20 

4,682 
937 
188 
40 
54 
340 


304,172 


6.261 


On  13 
360  00 
477  08 
126  60 
214  77 

31  26 

75  00 
17.430  95 

48  20 


6,706  36 


25,530  35 


3,446  12 
600  00 


36,952  27 
x  25 
2,372  05 
204  30 
135  75 
872  17 
436  27 
431  84 
1  50 
64  86 
6,031  70 

51,557  08 


4  80 

2,238  89 
5S4  73 
103  39 
4  13 
11 

94  61 


3,041  72 


ii 

SESSIONAL  PAPER  No.  11 

of  Imports — Continued. 


TRADE  AND  NAVIGATION 


21 


for  Home  Consumption. 


Preferential  Tariff. 

Treaty  Rates.  Total. 

Quantity. 

Value . 

Duty. 

Quantity 

Value . 

Duty. 

Quantity . 

Value    |  CoHe^ed. 

Lbs. 
1,085,284 

$ 

144,ul>: 

|  cts 

- 

25,204  31 

Lbs. 

§>     cts . 

Lbs. 

1,109,886 
590 
7,203 
860 
390 
2,871 
8,749 

X4  fi9l  l 

3,942 

94 

433 
155,899 

146,925 
193 
309 
50 

17 

739 

1  4^9 

12,691 
404 
8 
46 
16,552 

$  cts. 

26,002  64 
53  08 
84  98 
13  75 

"i  DO 

203  23 

3,490  03 
111  10 
2  20 
12  65 
4,552  38 

1,085,2S4 

144,02.' 

25,204  31 

1,375,467 

179,386 

34,930  02 

1,540 

89 

11  55 

77,915 

4,164 

779  15 

84,264 
28,794 
38,166 
10,122 
1,670.163 
2,501 
6,000 
3,858,181 
22,339 

4,538 
518 

1,482 
315 
90,661 
203 
290 

Kit  077 

831 

850  83 
360  00 
477  08 
126  60 
16,744  58 
31  26 
75  00 

49  flKQ  PH 
I^UOo  Oi. 

233  04 

1,652,981 

89,661 

16,529  81 

2,463,706 
18,484 

105,381 
728 

24,637  56 
184  84 



28,191 

6,706  36 

1  ^40 

89 

-LI  \JO 

4,213,086 

199,934 

292,106 

67,673  26 

5,743,499 
237,780 

224,000 

150,106 
6,449 

4.178 

2S,717  50 
1,188  89 

1,120  00 

6,202,981 
317,780 

224,000 
4,926,970 
1,100 

QIC  070 

27,240 
1 8, 100 
116,290 
58,169 
57,578 
200 
8,650 
804,227 

164,531 
9,405 

A  1  7Q 

96,594 
44 
7,433 
738 
680 
4,233 
2,030 
1,616 
8 
334 
31,442 

32,163  62 
1,788  89 

i  1  on  f\n 

36,952  27 
8  25 
2,372  05 
204  30 
135  75 
872  17 
436  27 
431  84 
1  50 
64  86 
6,031  70 

6,205,279 

160,733 
4,254 
9,932 

31,026  39 

13,079,558 

323,266 

82,583  47 

167,216 
224,219 

1,254  12 
1,681  63 

167,696 

449,198 
58,473 
10,339 
413 
1,117 
9,461 

4,274 

14,614 
937 
188 
40 
54 
340 

1,258  92 

3,920  52: 
584  73 
103  39 
4  13 
11  17 
94  61 

391,435 

2,933  75 

695,607 

20,447 

5,977  47 

22  CUSTOMS  DEPARTMENT 


3  GEORGE  V.,  A.  1913 

No.  1. — General  Statement 


Total  Imports. 

Entbred 

T 

Articles  Imported. 

Countries. 

General  Tariff. 

Quantity.j 

Value. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty. 

DUTIABLE  GOODS — Con. 

Lbs. 

$ 

Lbs. 

• 
* 

5       CtS . 

Breadstuff  a — Con. 

United  Kingdom 

1,016,840 

39,823 

67,370 

2,961 

814  25 

B.  E.  I  nd  ies, 

Other 

2,469 

107 

R     Str  Spf-tlp 

2,152,140 

79.00(5 

44,805 

1,413 

388  57 

Kfrmff  fC  on  c 

75 

7 

75 

7 

1  92 

China 

oU 

OA 

80 

1 

28 

I  li i tr»  n    r"  Inniflfl 

2,160 

40 

2,160 

40 

11  00 

1,  130 

79 

1    t  A  t 

1, 144 

80 

22  00 

201,874 

9,396 

246,949 

11,426 

3,142  18 

Total. 

3,376,768 

128,459 

362,583 

15,928 

4,380  20 

UnitedjKingdom 

122,013 

4,008 

61,291 

2,242 

612  91 

R      Str  Settle- 

109,200 

2,918 

Hong  Kong  

4,601 

80 

4,601 

80 

46  01 

China  

1,638 

29 

1,638 

29 

16  38 

Dutch  E.  Indies 

45,055 

1,577 

45,055 

1,577 

450  55 

40,960 

1,046 

40,960 

1,046 

409  60 

Holland  

84,971 

2,1/  2 

O  A  JV71 

84,971 

2,172 

849  71 

TTniteH  Statps 

338,402 

10,095 

338,402 

10  095 

3  384  02 

Tnfal 

746,840 

21,925 

576,918 

17  Oil 

o,  t  o»  is 

Grain  and  products  of,  viz. — 

Bush. 

Bush. 

United  Kingdom 

215 

240 

55 

90 

8  25 

United  States... 

7  884 

5  ()77 

7  884 

5  977 

1  182  60 

Total  

8,099 

6,217 

7,93!) 

6,067 

1  190  85 

Barley,    pot,    pearl,  rolled, 

United  Kingdom 

Lbs. 

Lbs. 

295,627 

18,808 

7,120 

396 

118  80 

100 

8 

100 

8 

2  40 

125 

5 

125 

5 

1  5u 

TTnifprI  ^fafna 

umteu  otates. . 

11,425 

778 

11,425 

778 

233  40 

307,277 

19,599 

18,770 

1,187 

356  10 

Bush. 

Bush. 

D„.„a  v  n  t> 

TTnifpr?  I\  i  ti  crrl i^m 
I-/  111  l/CU  xvlll^lIUIII 

11,003 

OK  Q.» 

20, 322 

.'■Ml 

0,244 

17,567 

1,561  00 

R  TnHi'i 

55 

100 

Hong  Kong  

3,229 

1,493 

3,229 

1,493 

807  25 

Aust.- Hungary.. 

397 

708 

723 

1,261 

180  75 

Belgium  

73 

162 

273 

190 

273 

190 

68  25 

19 

77 

21 

88 

5  25 

Germany  

28 

127 

47 

148 

11  75 

559 

1,130 

559 

1,130 

139  75 

Italy  

499 

934 

535 

1,053 

133  75 

30,547 

49,280 

30,130 

48,593 

7,532  50 

Madagascar  .... 

531 

1,896 

484 

1,756 
8 

121  00 

2 

8 

2 

0  50 

Turkey  in  Asia. 

37 

16 

37 

16 

9  25 

United  States. . . 

25,207 

72,549 

25,108 

72,564 

6,277  00 

73,109 

153,992 

67,392 

145,867 

16,848  00 

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23 


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of  Imports — Continued. 


for  Home  Consumption. 


Preferential  Tariff . 

Treaty  j^ates. 

Total. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity. 

Value . 

Duty 
Collected. 

Lbs. 

999, 188 
2,469 
2,008,443 

$ 

38,083 
107 
68,227 

$  cts. 

6,664  83 
18  73 
11,939  58 

Lbs. 

$ 

$  cts. 

Lbs. 

1,066,558 

2,469 

2,053,248 
75 
80 
2,160 
1,144 
246,949 

$ 

41,044 

107 

69,640 
7 
1 
40 
80 
11,426 

$  cts. 

7,479  08 

18  73 

12,328  15 
1  92 
28 
11  00 
22  00 
3,142  18 

3,010,100 

106,417 

18,623  14 

3,372,683 

122,345 

23,003  34 

60,722 
109,200 

1,766 
2,918 

455  42 
819  00 

122,013 

109,200 
4,601 
1,638 
45,055 
40,960 
84,971 
338,402 

4,008 

2,918 
80 
29 
1,577 
1,046 
2,172 
10,095 

1,068  33 

819  00 
46  01 
16  38 
450  55 
409  60 
849  71 
3,384  02 

169,922 

4,684 

1,274  42 



740,840 

21,925 

7,043  60 

—  

Bush. 
160 



150 

16  00 

Bush. 

215 
7,884 

240 
5,977 

24  25 
1,182  60 



160 

150 



16  00 

8,099 

6,217 

1,206  85 

Lbs. 
284,763 

18,726 

3,745  20 



Lbs. 

Lbs. 

291,883 
100 
125 
11,425 

19,122 

8 
5 
778 

3,864  00 
2  40 
1  50 
233  40 

4,101  30 

284,763 

18,726 

3,745  20 

303,533 

19,913 

Bush. 
4,931 

7,013 

739  65 

Bush. 

Bush. 
11,175 

24,580 

2,300  65 

3,229 
723 

1,493 
1,261 

807  25 
180  75 

273 
21 
47 
559 
535 
30,130 
484 
2 
37 
25,108 

190 
88 
148 
1,130 
1,053 
48,593 
1,756 
8 
16 
72,564 

68  25 
5  25 
11  75 
139  75 
133  75 
7,532  50 
121  00 
0  50 
9  25 
6,277  00 

4,931 

7,013 

739  65 

72,323 

152,880 

17,587  65 

24 


VUSTOMB  DEPARTMENT  ii 

3  GEORGE  V.,  A.  1913 

Xo.  1. — General  Statement 


Articles  Imported. 


Total  Imports. 


Countries. 


Quantity.i  Value. 


dutiable  goods — Con. 

Breadstuffs— Grain — Con. 
Buckwheat  

Indian  corn  for  purposes  of 
distillation  

Oats  

Pease,  N.O.P  


Rye. 


Wheat . 


Bran,  mill  feed,  &c. 


Japan   

United  States. 

Total.... 


United  States. . , 


United  Kingdom 

Sweden  

United  States. . . 

Total  

United  Kingdom 

Hong  Kong  

New  Zealand.. . . 

Belgium   

China  

France  

Germany  

Holland  

Italy  

Japan  

Mexico  

Norway   

Turkey  in  Asia.. 
Turkey  in  Europe 
United  States. . . 

Total  . . 


United  Kingdom 

Holland  

United  States. . . 


Total. 


United  Kingdom 

Japan  

United  States. . . 

Total    . . . 


United  Kingdom 

Fiance  

United  States. . . 


Total . 


Bus! 


Entered 


General  Tariff. 


Quantity.  Value 


829 
420 


1,249 


713 
4> 


1,141 


4,172,538!  2,918,494 


82,515 
440 
612,763 


695.718 


3,645 
291 
383 
953 
22 
1,770 
4 

136 
294 
209 
386 
6 

254 

8 

22.7<<4 


35,144 
454 

330,595 


366,193 


13,797 
164 
544 
2,734 
10 
3,586 
18 
471 
595 
197 
767 
24 
376 
19 
82,945 


31,155 


96 
9.K15 


14,943 


91 
7 

2.8"8.2S7 


106,247 


268 
7.474 
4,330 

12,072 


93 
■s 

2,  ^  37, 608 


2,808,385|  2,837,706 


5,271 
173 
33,061 

38,505 


Duty. 


Bush. 


829 
420 


1,249 


819,115 


10 
440 
77.2*2 


77,732 


789 
291 
36 
953 
22 
1,770 
4 

136 
294 
209 
275 

6 
254 

8 

22,892 


27,939 


9,855 
4.9'.iL' 


14,847 


8 
7 

121,743 


121.7."* 


713 
428 


8  Ct8. 


124  35 
63  00 


1,141 


187  35 


565,697      61,433  78 


3 
454 
41,034 


1  00 
44  00 

7,728  20 


41,491 1 


7,773  20 


o.ooo 
164 
45 
2,734 
10 
3,586 
IS 
471 
595 
197 
512 
24 
376 
19 
83,203 


118  35 

43  65 
5  40 

142  95 
3  30 

265  50 
0  60 
20  40 

44  10 
31  35 
41  25 

0  90 
38  10 

1  20 
3,433  80 


93,954 


7.474 
4,330 


11,804 


10 

5 

1U3.953 


103,968 


173 

33,023 

33,196 


4,190  85 


985  50 
499  20 


1,484  70 


0  96 
0  84 

14.609  16 

14.610  96 


3d  27 
5,779  23 

5,809  50 


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OF  Imports — Continued. 


TRADE  AM)  XAVIOATDJX 


25 


for  Home  Consumption. 


Preferential  Tariff. 

Treaty  Rates. 

Total. 

Quantity . 

Value. 

Duty . 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty 
Collected. 

Bush. 

$ 

•S  cts. 

Bush. 

$ 

$  cts. 

Bush. 

829 
420 

$ 

713 
428 

$  cts. 

124  35 
63  00 

1,249 

1,141 

187  35 

819,115 

565,697 

61,433  78 

5,513 

3,575 

385  91 

* 

5,523 
44M 
77,282 

3,578 
454 

386  91 
44  no 

41,034i        7,728  20 

5,513 

3,575 

385  91 

83,245 

45, 066 1        8,159  11 

3,119 

12,940 

311  90 

3,908 
291 
383 

itO<5 

22 
1,770 

4 
136 
2!  14 
209 
275 

(i 
254 

8 

22,892 

14,940 
164 
544 
2,734 
10 
3,586 
18 
471 
595 
197 
512 
24 
376 
19 

430  25 

43  65 

40  10 
142  95 

3  30 
265  50 
0  60 
20  40 

44  10 
31  35 

41  25 

0  90 
38  10 

1  20 

499 

34  70 

83,203        3,433  80 

O, 40U 

1  3  4'<<l 

346  60 

^1  JOn 

107,393 

4,537  45 

9b 

zbb 

6  72 

9<> 

9,855 
4,992 

268 
7.474 
4,330 

6  72 
985  50 
499  20 

96 

268 

6  72 

14,943 

12,072 

1,491  42 

83 

83 

6  64 

91 

121,743 

93 
5 

103,953 

7  60 
0  84 

14,609  16 

83 

83 

6  64 

121,841 

104,051 

14,617  60 

5,271 

790  65 

5,271 
173 
33,023 

790  65 
30  27 
5,779  23 

5,271 

790  65 

3M67I        6,600  15 

26 


CUSTOMS  DEPARTMEXT 


11" 


3  GEORGE  V.„  A.  1913 

No.  1. — General  Statement 


Articles  Imported. 


DUTIABLE  GOODS — Con. 

Breadstuffs,  &c.—Con. 
Buckwheat  meal  or  flour. . 


Indian  or  corn  meal . 


Oat  meal  and  rolled  oats. 


Rye  flour. 


Wheat  flour. 


Hominy,  cracked,  evaporated 
or  dried  corn  


Cereal  foods  prepared,  X.  0.  P. 


Cereal  foods  prepared,  in  pack- 
ages not  exceeding  25  lbs, 
weight  each.  . .  .   


Countries. 

Total  Imports. 

Entered 

Quantity. 

Value. 

General  Tariff. 

Quantity.  Value. 

Duty. 

Turkey  in  Asia.. 
United  States. . . 

Total 

United  States. . . 

United  Kingdom 

Norway  

United  States. . . 

Total  

Norway  

United  States. . . 

Total 

United  Kingdom 
Newfoundland. . 

China  

Norway 

United  States. . . 
Total  . 

United  Kingdom 

Cwt. 

2 

1,872 

S 

16 
6,791 

Cwt. 

2 

1,872 

$ 

16 
6,791 

$  cts. 

1  00 

936  00 

1,874 

6.807 

1,874 

6,807 

937  00 

Brls. 
41,899 

124,921 

Brls. 
41,924 

125,030 

10,481  00 

Lbs. 
12,124 

505 
8,556 

548 
5 
483 

Lbs. 
560 
505 
9,006 

30 

5 

513 

3  40 
3  00 
54  00 

21,185 

1,036 

10,071 

548 

CO  40 

Brls. 

59 
4,383 

120 
17,599 

Brls. 

59 
4,383 

0 
12g 
17,59 

29  50 
2,191  50 

4,442 

17,719 

4,442 

17,719 

2,221  00 

 — 

21 
26 
3 
15 
47,003 

115 
164 

8 
32 

198,489 

15 
26 
3 
15 
47,152 

85 
164 
8 
32 

199,388 

9  00 
15  60 
1  SO 
9  00 
28,291  20 

47,068 

198,808 

47,211 

199,677 

28,326  60 


6,012 



6,012 

1,052  16 

10,589 
870 
5 
4 
4 

568 
5 
266 
59,956 

193 
870 
5 
4 
4 

568 
5 
i!t;t; 
59,924 

38  60 
174  00 
1  00 
0  80 

0  80 
113  60 

1  00 
53  20 

11,984  80 

 v 

Total  

72,267 

61,839 

12,367  80 

T  '  t 1 1  f  . .i  1  W  i  ii  (rfl  An  i 
\-J  1111'.  I v  Ill^LUJIIl 

Newfoundland . . 

Belgium  

China   

Germany  

Norway  

United  States. . . 

Total 

Lbs. 
159,358 
1,960 
320 
5,800 
80 
2,521 
120 
4,646 
1,500 
3,114,326 

20,450 
64 
15 
784 
2 
261 
6 
251 
45 

155,348 

Lbs. 
2,083 
1,960 
320 
5,800 
80 
3,061 
120 
4,646 
1,500 
3,116,267 

405 
64 
15 

784 

2 

373 
6 

251 
45 

156,704 

101  25 
16  00  4 
3  75 
196  00 
50 
93  25 
1  50 
62  75 
11  25 
39,176  00 

3,290,631 

177,226 

3,135,837 

158,649 

39,662  25 

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27 


for  Home  Consumption. 


Preferential  Tariff. 


Treaty  Rates. 


Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty.     j  Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity. 

Cwt. 

$ 

S  cts. 

Cwt. 

$ 

$  cts. 

Cwt. 

2 

1,872 

1 

Brls. 
41,924 

Lbs. 

1  1  KAA 

11,004 

OlO 

46  25 

Lbs. 

Lbs. 

505 
9,006 

11,004 

fit  a 

40  JO 

J>  1 , 0»>0 

"Rrlo 

rsris. 

Brls. 

r>ns. 

03 
4,ooo 

6 

30 

2  40 

21 

3 
15 
47,152 

0 

oil 

2  40 

47,217 

iU,40< 

1,561  05 

10,407 

1,561  05 

Lbs. 
156,753 

19,752 

3,456  75 

Lbs. 

Lbs. 
158,836 
1,960 
320 
5,800 
80 
3,061 
120 
4,646 
1,500 
3,116,267 

156,753j  19,752 

3,456  75 

3,292,590 

Total . 


16 
6,791 


Duty 
Collected. 


$  cts. 


1  00 
936  00 


6,807 


125,030 


548 
5 
513 


1,066 


120 

17,599 


17,719 


115 
164 
8 
32 

199,388 


199,707 


937  00 


10,481  00 


49  65 
3  00 
54  00 

106  05 


29  50 
2,191  50 

2,221  00 

11  40 

15  60 
1  80 
9  00 
28,291  20 


6,012 


28,329  00 
1,052  16 


10,600 

1,599  65 

870 

174  00 

5 

1  00 

4 

0  80 

4 

0  80 

568 

113  60 

5 

1  00 

266 

53  20 

59,924 

11,984  80 

72,246 

13,928  85 

20,157 

3,558  00 

64 

16  00 

15 

3  75 

784 

196  00 

2 

50 

373 

93  25 

6 

1  50 

251 

62  75 

45 

11  25 

156,704 

39,176  00 

178,401 

43,119  00 

28 


CUSTOMS  DEPARTMEST  ii 

3  GECRGE  V.,,  A.  1913 
No.  1. — General  Statement 


Articles  Imported 


Countries. 


Total  Imports. 


Quantity. 


dutiable  goods— Con. 

Breadstuff  s—  Con. 
All  other  breadstuffs,  N.O.P. 


United  Kingdom 

Hong  Kong  

Chile  

China   

France  

Germany  

Italy  

Japan  

Mexico  

Russia  in  Europe 
Turkey  in  Asia 
United  States. 


Grain,  flour,  meal,  &c,  of 
all  kinds  when  damaged  by 
water  in  transit  or  prior  to 
importation  into  Canada. . . 


Bricks  and  tiles.    See  Earthen 
ware — 

Bathbiick    lUni ted  Kingdom 

United  State: 


Total. 


Newfoundland . 
United  States. . 

Total   


Building  brick. 


Paving  brick . 


Total . . 


United  Kingdom 
United  States. . . 


Total. 


United  Kingdom 
United  States. . . 

Tual  


Drain  tiles,  not  glazed. 


Drain  pipes,  sewer  pipes  and 
earthenware  fittings  there- 
for, chimney  linings  or 
vents,  chimney  tops  and  in- 
verted blocks,  glazed  or  un- 
glazed .   


United  Kingdom 

France  

United  States. . . 


Total. 


United  Kingdom 

Belgium  

Germany  

United  States. . . 


Total. 


M. 

2,325 
48,748 


51,073 


6,522 
5,010 


11,538 


Value. 


Entered 


General  Tariff. 


Quantity. 


16,149 
345 
84 
110 
1,287 
611 
8 
118 
101 
489 
193 
61,362 


80,857 


51 
517 


571  . 


2,357 
542 


2,899 


27,345 
438,652 


465,997 


M. 

16 

48, 74* 


165,650 


34] 


5,778 


55,484 
30 

350,961 


4(16,482 


Value. 

Duty. 

$ 

1  cts. 

630 

110  25 

o-to 

fin  oq 

71 

12  41 

114 

19  95 

1,287 

225  23 

481 

-4  18 

a 
0 

1  Afi 

I  1v 

lis 

L>0  65 

1  01 

17  AS 

489 

85  58 

193 

33  78 

61,296 

10,727  56 

65,133 

11,399  05 

54 

13  50 

517 

129  25 

571 

142  75 

542 

147  97 

542 

147  97 

155 

34  87 

438,652 


98,697  35 


48,764      438,807|     98,732  22 


5,016 

78,275 

17,612  08 

5,016 

78,275 

17,612  08 

347 
4,602 

69  40 
920  40 

4,949 

989  80 



520 
7 

30 

350,901 

182  00 
2  45 
10  50 
122,836  35 



351,518 

123,031  30 

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of  Imports — Continued. 


TRADE  AND  NAVIGATION 


for  Home  Consumption. 


Preferential  Tariff. 


Quantity.     Value.  Duty 


M. 
2,309 


2,309 


6,522 


•;,r.22 


$  cts. 


15,932       2,389  95 


Treaty  Rates. 


Total. 


Quantity,  i  Value. 


15,933 


2,389  95 


2,428 


364  20 


2. 428! 


r,i9o 


3(54  20 


3,398  93 


27,190        3,398  93 


87,375 


87,375 


10,921  86 


10,921  86 


829 


124  35 


829 


124  35 


54,480 


54, 4  SO 


13,620  00 


13,620  00 


Duty.  Quantity. 


$  cts. 


M. 

2,325 
48,748 


51,073 


6,522 
5,016 


Value. 


16,563 
345 
71 
114 
1,287 
481 
8 
118 
101 
489 
193 
61,296 


Duty 
Collected. 


81,066 


54 
517 


571 


2,428 
542 


2,970 


27,345 
43S.6:,2 


465,997 


829 
347 
4,002 


5,778 


55,000 
7 
30 

350,961 


405,998 


$  cti. 


2,500  20 
60  38 
12  41 

19  95 
225  23 

84  18 
1  40 

20  65 
17  68 

85  58 
33  78 

10,727  56 

13,789  00 


13  50 
129  25 


142  75 


364  20 
147  97 

512  17 


3,433  80 
98,697  35 


102,131  15 


87,375  10,921  86 
78,275       17,612  08 


11,538      165,650       28,533  94 


124  35 
69  40 
920  40 


1,114  15 


13,802  00 
2  45 
10  50 
122,336  35 


136,651  30 


30 


CUSTOMS  DEPARTMENT  ii 

3  GEORGE  V.„  A.  1913 
No.  1. — General  Statement 


Articles  Imported. 


Countries. 


Total  Imports. 


Quantity. 


DUTIABLE  GOODS — Con. 

Bricks  and  tiles — Con. 

Manufactures  of  clay,  N.O.P. 


British  gum,  dry  ;  sizing  eream 
and  enamel  sizing  


Broom6  and  whisks . 


Brushes  of  all  kinds . 


Buttons,  shoe,  N.O.P. . 


United  Kingdom 

France  

Germany  

Norway  

United  States. 

Total  


United  Kingdom 

France  

Germany  

United  States. 

Total  


United  Kingdom 
Hong  Kong. . . 

France  

Japan  

Norway  

United  States. 


Total. 


United  Kingdom 
Hong  Kong. . . 
Aust. -Hungary.. 

Belgi  um  

China. ...   

Denmark  

France  

Germany  

Holland  

Japan  

Norway  

Sweden  

Switzerland.  . . . 
United  States. . . 


Total. 


United  States. . 


Buttons,  all  kinds,  covered  or 
not,  N.O.P.,  including  recog- 
nition buttons,  and  collar  and 

cuff  buttons  I  United  Kingdom 

Australia. ...... 

Hong  Kong.  . . . 

Aust. -Hungary.. 

Belgium  

China  ...   

France  

Germany  


Lbs. 
498,643 
300 
21,000 
840,714 


1,360,657 


Gross. 
15,538 


Value. 


General  Tariff. 


162,582 
170 
794 
40 

391,6401 
555,226 


Lbs. 
14,008  8,254 
22'  300 
1,432  1,000 
32,476  840,714 


1,686 
10 
44 
94 
5 

9,380 


11,219 


76,486 
129 
1,952 
1,611 
121 
94 

103,273 
45,123 
88 
93,451 
3 
77 
75 

217,444 


539,927' 


7,263 
170 
794 
40 

391,640 


47,938  850,268 


3,343 


Gross. 
15,538 


107,909 
233 
56 
48,439 
4,716 
2 

30,569 
40,094 


399,907 


279 
22 

:-2 

32,476 


32,849 


27 
10 
44 
94 

5 

9,402 


9,582j 


6,185 
129 
418 
991 
121 
94 
7,750 
44,823 
64 
17,451 
3 


3 

217, 43S 


295,470 


Entered 


3.343 


12.488 
233 
56 
5,830' 
1,548 
2 

861 
39,334 


Quantity.  I    Value.  Duty. 


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31 


for  Home  Consumption. 


Preferential  Tariff. 

Treaty  Rates. 

Total. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty 
Collected. 

$ 

fib  A 

$  cts. 
19  3**0  33 

a 
9 

<S  cts. 

• 

162,381 
170 
794 
40 

391,640 

$  cts. 

21,024  50 
38  25 
178  65 
9  00 
88,120  00 

155,118 

19,390  33 

555,025 

109,370  40 

686  45 

Lbs. 
498,643 
300 
1,000 
840,714 

14,008 
22 
72 

32,476 

714  35 
2  20 
7  20 
3,247  60 

AO,  < 

686  45 

1,340,657 

46,578 

3,971  35 

1,659 

248  85 

1,686 
10 
44 
94 

5 

254  25 
2  00 
8  80 
18  80 
1  00 

1  88ft  4ft 

1,659 

248  85 



O ICR  OR 
.6,  ±\JO  Z<J 

11  094  86 



7  318 

1  829  50 

76,498 

1,952 
1,611 
121 
94 

102,360 
44,823 
88 
93,364 
3 

77 
75 

217,438 

14,555  24 

Sf>  48 

498  45 
427  53 
33  28 
25  85 
25,783  75 
12,326  33 
23  60 
23,777  28 
83 
19  25 
18  83 
59,797  28 

1,534 
620 

383  50 
155  00 

44  610 

23  652  o0 

24 
75,913 

6  00 
18,978  25 

77 
72 

19  25 
18  00 

62,995 

11,024  86 

180,168 

45,042  00 

538,  C33 

137,322  98 

Grose. 

Gross. 
15,538 

3,343 

835  75 

72,067 

16,215  59 

23,116 

6,934  80 

107,671 
233 
56 
47,903 
4,716 
2 

30,493 
39,334 

27,521  19 
81  55 
19  60 
14,662  40 
1,492  20 
0  70 
9,190  95 
13,766  90 

42,073 
3,168 

12,621  90 
950  40 

29,632 

8,889  60 

32 


CUSTOMS  DEPARTMENT  ii 

3  GEORGE  V.,.  A.  1913 

No.  1. — General  Statement 


Articles  Imfortep. 


Countries. 


Total  Imports. 


Entered 


Quantity. 


DUTIABLE  GOODS — Cotl. 

Buttons,  all  kinds— Con.  . . 


Button  blanks  of  animal  shell, 
in  the  rough  


Candles— 
Paraffine  wax. 


All  other,  N.O.P   . .   United  Kingdom 

Hong  Kong. . . . 
Aiist. -Hungary 

France  

Germany  

Italy   

Japan  

Norway  

Sweden  

United  States. . 

Total  ... 

Cane,  reed  or  rattan,  not  further 
manufactured  than  split, 

N.O.P  United  Kingdom 

Hong  Kong  


Holland  

Italy  

Japan  

Switzerland.  . 
United  States. 


Total . . . 
United  States. 


United  Kingdom 

Hong-Kong  

Belgium  

China  

France  

Germany  

Holland  

United  States. . . 


Total . 


Carriages  and  vehicles- 
Buggies,   carriages,  pleasure 
carts  and  vehicles,  N.O.P.. 


Cutters  

Farm  wagons. 


China  

United  States. 


Total 


United  Kingdom 
United  States. . . 

Total  .... 
United  States. . . 


United  Kingdom 
United  States. 

Total .... 


General  Tariff. 


Value. 


Lbs. 
90.485! 
35i 
500 
16l 
636 
2,020 
430' 
212,114 


306,236 


I  Quantity. 


Valu 


Duty. 


162 
5.282 
5,349 
41 

311,592 


162 
5,349 
766 


S  eta. 

56  70 
1,872  15 
268  10 


311,829     109,140  15 


554,444   1      378,458     132,460  30 


2o..V_>5 


20,525        2,052  50 


7,470 

i 

2 
125 
333 
31 

28,918] 


Lbs. 
2,116 
35 
500 
16 
636 
2,200 
43u 
210,753 


767 

3 

70 
2 

125 

333 
31 

2s.so7 


191  75 
0  75 
17  50 
0  50 
31  25 
83  25 
7  75 
7,201  75 


36,952      216,686        30,138        7,534  50 


158,234 
212 
100 
750 
3,2ol 
110 
215 
30 
220 

294,516 

12,249 

8 

12 

66 

439 

38 

21 
•) 

24 
40,953 

945 
212 
100 
750 
3,251 
110 
215 
30 
220 
287,399 

130           32  50 
8             2  00 
12             3  00 
66!           16  50 
439          109  75 
38             9  50 
21             5  25 
2             0  50 
2i             6  00 
40,239      10,059  75 

457,638 

53,812 

293.232 

40,979      K',244  75 

680 
1,691 
24 
53,220 

i 

44S           44  80 
1,691          169  10 
24             2  40 
53,220        5,322  00 

55,621 

55,383;       5,538  30 

No. 

40 
1,518 

6,916 
98,355 

No. 

12 

1,518 

3,079 
99.150 

1,077  65 
34,702  50 

1,558 

105,271 

1.530 

102,229 

35,780  15 

18 

617 



IS 

617 

215  95 

2 

11,538 

560 
468,263 

11,574 

469,830 

117,457  50 

11,540 

468,823 

11,574 

469,830 

117,457  50 

ii 

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of  Imports — Continued. 


TRADE  AND  NAVIGATION 


33 


for  Home  Consumption. 


Preferential  Tariff. 

Treaty  Rates. 

Total. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty 
Collected. 

$ 

S  cts. 

8  cts. 

$ 

162 
5,349 
5,349 
41 

311,829 

$  cts. 

I           56  70 
1,872  15 
1,643  00 
12  30 
109,140  15 

4,583 
41 

1,374  90 
12  30 



72,067 

16,215  59 

102,613 

30,783  90 



553,138 

179,459  79 

20,525 

2,052  50 

Lb?. 
73,81!) 

5,836 

875  40 

Lbs. 
75,935 
35 
500 
16 
636 
2,200 
430 
210,753 

6,603 

*> 
*J 

70 
2 
125 
333 
31 
28,807 

1,067  15 
0  75 
"M7  50 
0  50 
31  25 
83  25 
7  75 
7,201  75 

73,819 

5,836 

875  40 

290,505 

35,974 

8,409  90 

156,813 

12,051 

1,807  65 

157,758 
212 
100 
750 
3,251 
110 
215 
30 
220 

287,399 

12,181 
8 
12 
66 
439 
38 
21 
2 
24 
40,239 

1,840  15 

2  00 

3  00 
16  50 

109  75 
9  50 

5  25 
0  50 

6  00 
10,059  75 



156,813 



12,051 

1,807  65 

450,045 

53,030 

12,052  40 

238 

17  88 

686 
1,691 
24 
53,220 

62  68 
169  10 
2  40 
5,322  00 

238 

17  88 

55,621 

5,556  18 

No. 

28 

3,837 

863  35 

40 
1,518 

6,916 
99,150 

1,941  00 
34,702  50 

28 

3,837 

863  35 

1,558 

106,066 

36,643  50 

18 

617 

215  95 

2 

560 

98  00 

2 

11,574 

560 
469,830 

98  00 
117,457  50 

2 

560|           95  00, 

11,576 

470.390 

117,555  50 

1 1 — ii — 3 


34  CUSTOMS  DEPARTMENT  ii 


3  GEORGE  V.„  A.  1913 

No.  1. — General  Statement 


Articles  Imported. 

Countries. 

Total  Imports. 

Entered 

Quantity. 

Value. 

General  Tariff. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty. 

DUTIAHLE  GOODS — Con. 

Carriages  and  vehicles — Con. 
Freight  wagons  and  drays.  . . 

Complete  parts  of  farm  and 
freight  wagons,  drays  and 

United  States. . . 
(TfritaH  TCincrdom 

\-y  ill'.1)    I  ^  .  .  i  _     .    '.  ! 

No. 

1 

±~t\J)  J.OV 

"Wr> 
XI  u. 

1,777 

I 

144,163 

$  CtS. 

36,040  75 

980 
139,300 

Complete  parts  of  buggies, 
carriages  and  vehicles,  N.  0. 
P.,   including    parts  of 
cutters,  childern's  carriages 
and  sleds,  N.U.P  

Cars,  railway,  passenger  

Cars,  railway,  tram  or  horse . 
Cars,  railway,  box  and  flat  . . 

Cars,  other,  N.O.P  

• 

United  Kingdom 
France  

140,280 

139,300 

34,825  00 

624 
22 

22 
127 

35,999 

7  70 
44  45 

12,599  65 

35,999 

Total . 

36.645   

36,148 

12,651  80 

United  States. . . 

United  States. . . 

United  Kingdom 
United  States. . . 

Total 

United  Kirigdom 
United  State* 

Total  

 ,  

20 

208,469 

20 

208,469 

62,540  70 

rt 

5,307 

3 

5,307 

1,592  10 

6 

8,135 
1,528,626 

1,905 

1,528,626 

458,587  80 

1,536,761 

1,905 

1,528,626 

458,587  80 

158 

9,341 
637,916 

1 

5,091 

110 

632,940 

189,882  00 

647,257 

5,092 

i  CO  Q1  K  OA 

United  Kingdom 

t-if>lpriiirn 

14,839 
6,447 
34,694 
252,959 

Scrapers,  railway  or  road .... 
Sleighs  :  

6,447 
o4,u;f4 
252,959 

1,934  10 
75,887  70 

United  States. . . 
Total  

308,939 

294,100 

88,230  00 

United  Kingdom 

32 

152,752 

152,752 

45,825  60 

Total  

152,784 

152,752 

45,825  60 

United  States. . . 

United  Kingdom 
Norway  ........ 

United  States. . . 

Total 

1,194 

43,744 

1,194 

43,744 

10,936  00 

Wheelbarrows,    trucks  and 
hand-carts  

103 

9 

17,513 

724 
24 

104,038 

9 

17,544 

24 

104,063 

7  20 
31,218  90 

17,655 

104,786 

17,553 

104,087 

31,226  10 

ii  TRADE  AND  NAVIGATION 

SESSIONAL  PAPER  No.  11 
of  Imports — Continued. 


35 


for  Home  Consumption. 


Preferential  Tariff. 

Treaty  Rates. 

Total. 

Quantity 

Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity 

Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity 

Value. 

Duty 
Collected. 

No. 

$  cts 

1>  U. 

it>  cts 

iNo. 
1,77' 

$ 

r  144,16 

$  cts. 
J       36,040  75 

m 

)          171  51 

98( 
139,30( 

)          171  51 
)       34,825  00 

98( 

1          171  51 

140, 2S( 

>       34,996  51 

624 

140  41 

624 
22 
127 

3?i  QUO 

140  41 

7  70 
44  45 

624 

140  41 

36,772 

12,792  21 

20 

208,469 

62,540  70 

3 

5,307 

1,592  10 

6 

8,135 

1,627  00 

6 

1,905 

8,135 
1,528,626 

1,627  00 
458,587  80 

6 

8,135 

1,627  00 

1,911 

1,536,761 

460,214  80 

157 

9,231 

1,846  20 

158 
5,091 

9,341 
632,940 

1,879  20 
189,882  00 

157 

9,231 

1,846  20 

5,249 

642,281 

191,761  20 

14,839 

2,967  80 

14,839 
6,447 
34,694 
252,959 

2,967  8o' 
1,934  10 
10,408  20 
75,887  70 

14,839 

2,967  80 

308,939 

91,197  80 

32 

6  40 

32 

152,752 

6  40 
45,825  60 

32 

6  40 

152,784 

45,832  00 

1,194 

43,744 

10,936  00 

105 

732 

146  40 

105 
9 

17,54* 

732 
24 

104,063 

146  40 
7  20 
31,218  90 

105 

732 

146  40 

17,658 

104,819 

31,372  50 

11 —  ii — 3^ 


36 


CUSTOMS  DEP1RTMEST  ii 

3  GEORGE  V.„  A.  1913 
No.  1. — General  Statement 


Articles  Imported. 


DUTIABLE  GOODS — Con. 

^Carriages  and  vehicles — Con. 
Bicycles  and  tricycles,  N.O.  P. 


Bicycles  and  tricycles,  parts  of 


Children's  carriages  and  sleds. 


Carpets,  N.O.P.  (see  woollens) . 


Carpet  linings  and  stair  pads. . 


Carpet  sweepers. 


Cash  registers 


Countries. 


Total  Imports. 


Entered 


Quantity. 


United  Kingdom 
United  States. . . 

Total  


United  Kingdom 

Germany  

United  States. . . 

Total  


United  Kingdom 

Germany  

United  States. 


Total. 


United  Kingdom 
United  States. 

Total  


United  Kingdom 
United  States. 


Total , 


Celluloid,  moulded  into  sizes 
for  handles  of  knives  and 
forks,  not  bored  or  otherwise 
manufactured  ;  moulded 
celluloid  balls  and  cyclin- 
ders  coated  with  tinfoil  or 
not,  but  not  finished  or  fur- 
ther manufactured,  and  cellu- 
loid lamp  shade  blanks  and 
comb  blanks  


Celluloid,   manufactures  of, 
N.O.P  


United  States. . . 
United  States. .  . 


United  Kingdom 
United  States. 


Total 


United  Kingdom 
Aust. -Hungary 

Belgium  

China   . 

France  

Germany  

Switzerland  

United  States. . 


Total. 


No. 


General  Tariff. 


Value . 


7,7711 
3,538' 


Yds. 
1,893 


2,813 


No. 
1,450 


936 


Quantity,  i   Value.  Duty. 


13;»,010 
47,434 


11,309  186,444 


25,995 
229 
17,114 


43,338 


3,766 
528 
227,577 


231,871 


1,182! 
400 


1.582 


331 
3,733 


4,064 


No. 
3,891 


65,266 


3,001 
13,770 


16,771 


8,285 
466 
94 
4 

6,334 
4,892 
1 

43,376 


63,452 


No. 


89 
3,546 


3,635 


Yds. 


20 
920 


940 


1,450 


936 


1,837 
47,311 


19,900 


357 
528 
227,316 


oo8  2itl 


18 
400 


418 


3,733 


3,733 


3,894 


13,770 


13,770 


2,039 
445 
65 
4 

6,297 
4,892 
1 

43,383 


cts. 


551  10 
14,193  30 


49,148       14,744  40 


2,514  754  20 

229  68  70 

17,157       5,147  10 


5,970  00 


124  95 
184  80 
79,560  60 


79,870  35 


6  30 
140  00 


146  30 


933  25 


933  25 


1,168  20 


65,266      19,579  80 


1,377  00 


1,377  00 


356  48 
7/  S8 
11  37 
0  70 
1,102  00 
856  10 
0  18 
7,592  52 


57,126       9,997  23 


ii 

SESSIONAL  PAPER  No.  11 

OP  Imports— Continued. 


TRADE  AND  NAVIGATION 


37 


for  Home  Consumption. 


Preferential  Tariff. 

Treaty  Rates. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty. 



i  111  *1  Tl  t"l  ♦"XT 
V^U<4iIl  I  1  1  >  . 

No. 
7,629 

$ 

141,813 

$  Cts. 

28,362  60 

No. 

$ 

$  cts. 

XT 

No. 

7,718 
3,546 

7,629 

141,813 

28,362  60 

11,264 

  •  • 

22,239 

4,447  80 

22.239 

4,447  80 

3,322 

747  43 



3,322 

747  43 

Yds. 
1,873 

1,164 

291  00 

Yds. 
1,893 
920 

1,873 

1,164 

291  00 

2,813 



331 

5,793 

331 

5,793 

No. 

No. 
1,450 



936 

3,001 

150  05 

3,001 

150  05 

6,277 

941  55 

6,277 

941  55 

Total . 


Value. 


143,650 
47,311 


190,961 


24,753 
229 
17,157 


42,139 


3,679 
528 
227,316 


231,523 


1,182 
400 


1,582 


331 

3,733 


4,064 


3,894 


65,266 


3,001 
13,770 


16,771 


8,316 
445 
65 
4 

6,297 
4,892 
1 

43,383 
63,403 


Duty 
Collected. 


cts. 


28,913  70 
14,193  30 

43,107  00 


5,202  00 
68  70 
5,147  W 

10,417  80 


872  38 
184  80 
79,560  GO 


80,617  78 


297  30 
140  00 

437  30 


57  93 
933  25 


991  18 


1,168  20 


19,579  80 


150  05 
1,377  00 


1,527  05 


1,298  03 
77  88 
11  37 
70 

1,102  00 
856  10 
18 

7,592  52 
10,938  78 


38 


CUSTOMS  DEPARTMENT  ii 

3  GEORGE  V.,,  A.  1913 
No.  1. — General  Statement 


Articles  Imported. 


Countries. 


DUTIABLE  GOODS. 

Celluloid,  xylonite  or  xyolite  in 
sheets,  lumps,  blocks,  rods  or 
Tjars,  not  further  manufactur- 
ed than  moulded  or  pressed . . 


United  Kingdom 

France   

Germany  

United  States  . . 


Cement,  hydraulic  or  waterlime 


Cement,  Portland. 


Cement,  X.O.P.  and  manufac- 
turer of,  X.O.P  


Chalk,  prepared . 


Charcoal . 


Total  Imports. 


Quantity. 


Tutal 


United  Kingdom 
United  States. . . 

Total  


United  Kingdom 

Hong  Kong  

Belgium  

China  

Germany  

Xorway  

United  States. . . 

Total  


United  Kingdom 

Belgium  

France  

Germany  

United  States. 


Total 


United  Kingdom 
Aust. -Hungary 

Belgium  

France  

Germany  

United  States. 


Total 


United  Kingdom 

France  

Germany  

Japan  

Norway  

United  States. 


Total . 


Cwt. 


144 

757 


901 


1 


679,780 
77,208 
29,010 
8 

3,604 
42 

,802,373 


2,592,025 


Value. 


528 
2,243 
5,441 
112,094 


120,306 


114 

465 


579 


215,492 
38,292 
7,498 
6 

1,726 
17 

673,394 


936,425 


Entered 


General  Tariff. 


Quantity      Value.  Duty 


2,927 
130 
573 
14 

4,177 


7,821 


1,702 
749 
30 
576 
1,535 
35,187 


39,779 


36 
125 
8,102 
60 

3 

44,901 
53,227 


528 
2,243 
5,441 
112,094 


Cwt. 


757 


757 


2,419 

65,208 
488 
8 

3,604 
42 

1,802,373 


120,306 


465 


465 


1,652 
28,505 
112 
6 

1,726 
17 

673,394 


1,874,142 


705,412 


130 
573 
14 
4,177 


4,894 


495 
749 
30 
:>76 

1,535 
35,187 


38.572 


16 
125 
8,102 
60 
3 

44,901 
53,207 


ii  TRADE  AND  NAVIGATION 

SESSIONAL  PAPER  No.  11 

of  Imports — Continued. 


39 


roR  Home  Consumption. 


Preferential  Tariff. 


Treaty  Rates. 


Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty. 

'Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity. 

$ 

$  cts. 

• 

$ 

$  cts. 

Cwt. 
144 

114 

1  1  ">0 

uWt. 

1  J_l 
1  Ol 

144 

114 

yui 

I 

677,361 

213,840 

54,188  88 

679,780 
77,208 

Q 

0 

O,0v4 
AO 

I,  oUz,o<o 

12,000 

9,787 

1  ,ObO 

1,320  00 

o i 07  jo 
o,Loi  1& 

677,361 

213,840 

54,188  88 

40,522 

17,173 

4,457  42 

2,592,025 

2,927 

365  87 

2,927 

365,87 

1,207 

181  05 

1,207 

181  05 

20 

3  00 

20 

_  _ 

3  00 

Total. 


528 
2,243 
5,441 
112,094 


120,306 


1,702 
749 
30 
576 
1,535 
35,187 


39,779 


36 
125 
8,102 
60 
3 

44,901- 
53,227 


Duty 
Collected. 


$  cts. 


26  40 
112  15 
272  05 
5,604  70 


6,015  30 


114 

465 

11  52 
94  62 

579 

106  14 

215,492 
38,292 
7,498 
6 

1,726 
17 

673,394 

54,491  25 
9,471  00 
3,198  42 
1  00 
450  50 
5  25 
225,296  82 

936,425 

292,914  24 

2,927 
130 
573 
14 

4,177 

365  87 
29  25 
128  92 
3  15 
940  02 

7,821 

1,467  21 

267  68 
131  08 

5  25 
100  80 

268  63 
6,158  28 


6,931  72 


5  80 
21  88 
1,417  85 
10  50 

53 

7,857  96 
9,314  52 


40 


CUSTOMS  DEPARTMENT  ii 

3  GEORGE  V..,  A.  1913 
No.  1. — General  Statement 


Articles  Imported. 


DUTIABLE  GOODS  —  Con. 

Chicory,  raw  or  green  


Countries. 


United  Kingdom 

Belgium  

France  

United  States. 

Total  


Chicory,  kiln-dried,  roasted  or 
ground  


United  Kingdom 

Belgium  

France  

Holland  

Miquelon  &  St. 

Pierre   

United  States. . . 

Total  


Church    vestments    of  any 
material   


Cider,  clarified  or  refined . 


Cider,  not  clarified  or  refined . 

Clocks,  time  recorders,  clock 
and  watch  keys,  clock  move- 
ments and  clock  cases.  . . 


Total  Imports. 


Kntkred 


Quantity.  Value. 


Lbs. 

49,865 
18,173 
235 
13,144 


81,417 


308,328 
42,396 
16,740 
1,238 

300 
171,632| 


540,634 


United  Kingdom 
Aust. -Hungary  . 

Belgium   

France  

Germany  

Holland  

Italy  

Russia  in  Europe 
United  States. . . 


United  Kingdom 
B.  W.  Indies.... 

Hong  Kong  

Newfoundland . . 
Aust.-Hungary.. 

Belgium  

France  

Germany  

Holland  

Italy  

Switzerland. 
United  States. .  . 


Total . 


2,807 
740 

55 
938 


General  Tariff. 


Quantity.     Value.  Duty 


Lbs. 


4,540 


18,173 
235 
13,144 


31,552 


18,043 
2,385 
676 
84 

23 
9,680 


15,387 
41,276 
16.740 
1,238 

300 


30,891 


246,573i 


5,892  . . . 
65  ... 

67  ... 
28,493  ... 

68  ... 
12  ... 

114  ... 
20  .  . 
1,686  . .. 


Total  

36,417 

United  Kingdom 
United  States. . . 

Galls. 
680 
124 
2 
4*2 

747 
53 
5 
222 

Total  

1,248 

1,027 

United  States. . . 

228 

181 

Galls. 


810 
124 

2 


1,444 


228 


41,480 

24 

15 

80 



819 

5,432 

14,973 

107,131 

38   

12  

1,365   

366,190 

537,559 

1 

S 

.$  cts. 

740 

545  19 

55 

7  05 

938 

394  32 

1,733 

946  56 

1,013 

461  61 

2,326! 

1,238  28 

676 

502  20 

84 

37  14 

23 

9  00 

9,680 

5,118  96 

■  

13,802 

7,397  19 

347 

69  40 

65 

13  00 

67 

13  10 

2,055 

411  00 

6S 

13  60 

12 

2  40 

114 

22  80 

20 

4  00 

1,686 

337  20 

4,434 

886  80 

887 

81  00 

53 

12  40 

5 

20 

331 

50  80 

1.276 

144  40 

181 

11  40 

20,948 

6,284  4(1 

24 

7  20 

15 

4  50 

80 

24  00 

524 

157  20 

5,259 

1,577  70 

3,52' 

1,057  80 

108,436 

32,530  80 

26 

7  80 

12 

3  60 

933 

279  90 

366,789 

110,036  70 

506,572 

151,971  60 

jj  TRADE  AXD  X  AT  I  GAT  I  OX 

SESSIONAL  PAPER  No.  11 

OF  Imports — Continued. 


41 


fob  Home  Consumption. 


Preferential  Tariff. 

Treaty  Rates. 

Total. 

Quantity.  Value. 

Duty. 

1   Inn  t"\  till'  T 

v^iiant-iiy . 

"Villi!  C 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty 
Collected. 

Lbs. 
47,031 

$ 

2,567 

f  cts. 
940  62 

Lbs. 

$ 

$  cts. 

Lbs. 

47,031 
18,173 
235 
13,144 

$ 

2,567 
740 
55 
938 

$  cts. 

940  62 
545  19 
7  05 
394  32 

47,031 1        2,567;         940  62 

78.583 

4,300 

1,887  18 



291,249 

16,925 

5,824  98 

306,636 
41,276 
16,740 
1,238 

300 
171,632 

17,938 
2,326 
676 
84 

23 
9,680 

6,286  59 
1,238  28 
502  20 
37  14 

9  00 
5,148  96 

291.249 

16,925 

5,824  98 



537,822 

30,727 

13,222  17 

804  90 
13  00 
13  40 
5,422  11 
13  60 
2  40 
22  80 
4  00 
337  20 

4,702 

587  98 

843 

147  52 

5,892 
65 
67 
30,689 
68 
12 
114 
20 
1,686 

28,634 

5,011  11 

4,702 

587  98 

29,477 

5,158  63 

38,613 

6,633  41 

Galls. 

Galls. 

Galls. 
810 
124 
2 
508 

887 
53 
5 
331 

81  00 
12  40 
20 
50  80 

1,444 

1,276 

144  40 

228 

181 

11  40 

17,206 

3,441  20 

3,017 

829  70 

41,171 
24 
15 
80 
793 
5,432 
15,104 
108,436 
38 
12 
1,466 
366,789 

10,555  30 
7  20 
4  50 
24  00 
231  17 
1,625  27 
4,241  80 
32,530  80 
11  10 
3  60 
426  49 
1 10,036  70 

269 
173 
11,578 

73  97 
47  57 
3,184  00 

12 

3  30 

533 

146  59 

17,206 

3,441  20 

15,582 

4,285  13 

539,360 

159,697  93 

42 


CUSTOMS  DEPARTMENT  ii 

3  GEORGE  V.,,  A.  1913 
No.  1. — General  Statement 


Articles  Imported. 


DUTIABLE  GOODS — Con. 

Cloth,  coated  or  sized,  for  man 
ufacture  of  sensitized,  blue 
or  black  print  cloth  


Clothes   wringers   and  parts 
thereof  for  domestic  use . . . 


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


Coal,  bituminous,  round,  and 
run  of  the  mine — and  coal 
N.O.P  


Cocoa  carpeting,  mats,  rugs  and 
matting  


Cocoanuts,  imported  from  the 
place  of  growth  by  vessel  di- 
rect to  a  Canadian  port  


Cocoanuts,  N.O.P 


Countries. 


United  Kingdom 
United  States. 


Total 


United  Kingdom 
United  States. 

Total .... 


United  Kingdom 
United  States. . . 

Total  .... 


United  Kingdom 
United  States. . . 

Total  


United  Kingdom 

B.  India  

B.E.  Indies,  oth'r 

Belgium  

China  

Germany  

German  Oceania 
Holland  .... 

Japan  

Spain   ... 

United  States. 


Total. 


B.  W.  Indies  . 


United  Kingdom 

B.  Guiana  

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


Total . 


Total  Imports. 


Quantity. 


Entered 


General  Tariff. 


No. 

31 

11,045 


11,048 


Tons. 

4,736 
1,675,405 


No. 
3,367,736 


17.!»00 
10,000 


582, 332  j 


Quantity .  Value. 

Duty. 

1,951 
4,717 

I 

97 
4,717 

$  eta 

14  55 
707  55 

6,668 

4,814 

722  10 

27 

No. 

33,253 

11,045 

33,253 

11,638  55 

33,280 

11,045 

33,253      11,638  55 

7,317 
2,123,865 

Tons. 

4,698 
1,679,690 

7,211 
2,114,241 

657  72 
235,156  60 

2,131,182 

1,684,388 

2,121,452 

235,814  32 

14,7-18 
19,279,293 

1,191 
8,810,802 

2,481 
18,198,836 

631  23 
4,669,725  06 

19,291,041 

8,811,993 

18,201,317 

4,670,356  29 

12,865 
3,202 
124 
3.946 
85 
59 
12 
76 
1.017 
124 
3,281 

39 

9  75 

230 
85 
59 
12 

57  50 
21  25 
14  75 
3  00 

1.24 
2,968 

31  00 
742  00 

24,791 

3,517 

879  25 

81,751 

No. 
87,551 

1,869 

437  76 

1,151 
200 

18,929 

20,000 
IO.OqO 
93 

524,432 

616 
200 
2 

18,929 

200  00 
100  00 
0  93 

5,244  82 

20,280|  554,575 

19,747)       5,545  75 

ii 

SESSIONAL  PAPER  No.  11 

of  Imports — Continued. 


TRADE  AND  NAVIGATION 


43 


fob  Home  Consumption. 


Preferential  Tariff. 


Treaty  Rates. 


Total. 


Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity. 

$ 

1,854 

$  cts. 
185  40 

$ 

$  cts. 



1,854 

185  40 



No. 

3 

27 

6  10 

No. 

3 

11,045 

3 

27 

6  10 

11,048 

Tons. 

38 

106 

3  80 

Tons. 

4,736 
1,679,690 

38 

106 

3  80 



1,684,426 

4,243 

10  393 

1  485  05 

5  434 
8,810^802 

4,243 

10,393 

1,485  05 





8,816,236 

12,908 
3,202 
124 

2,259  05 
560  35 
21  70 

7 

1  57 

3,316 

746  10 

76 
1,017 

17  10 

228  86 

16,234 

2,841  10 

4,416 

993  63 

No. 
3,269,54(3 

79,769 

9,808  61 

No. 
3,357,097 

27,900 

535 

^181  35 

47,900 
10,000 
93 

524,482 

27,900 

535 

181  35 

582,475 

Duty 
Collected. 


1,951 
4,717 


6,668 


27 

33,253 


33,280 


7,317 
2,114,241 


2,121,558 


12,874 
18,198,836 


18,211,710 


$  cts. 


199  95 
707  55 


907  50 


6  10 
11,638  55 


11,644  65 


661  52 
235,156  60 


235,818  12 


2,116  28 
4,669,725  06 


4,671,841  34 


12,954 

2,270  37 

3,202 

560  35 

124 

21  70 

3,546 

803  60 

85 

21  25 

59 

14  75 

12 

3  00 

76 

17  10 

1,017 

228  86 

124 

31  00 

2,968 

742  00 

24,167 

4,713  98 

81,638 

10,246  37 

1,151 

381  35 

200 

100  00 

2 

0  93 

18,929 

5,244  82 

20,282 

5,727  10 

44 


CUSTOMS  DEPARTMENT 


ii 

3  GEORGE  V.,,  A.  1913 

No.  1. — General  Statement 


Articles  Jmpoktep. 

Countries. 

Total  Imports. 

Entered 

Quantity. 

Value. 

C 

Quantity. 

leneral  Tar 
Value. 

iff. 

Duty. 

DUTIABLE  GOODS. 

Cocoanut,  desiccated,  sweeten- 

Cocoa  paste,  or  liquor,  choco- 
late paste  or  liquor,  not  sweet- 
ened, in  blocks  or  cakes,  and 

Cocoa  paste  or  liquor,  choco- 
late paste  or  liquor,  sweeten- 
ed, in  blocks  or  cakes,  not 
less  than    two    pounds  in 

Cocoa  or  chocolate,  prepara- 
tions of,  in  powdered  form. . . 

Cocoa  shells  and  nibs  

United  Kingdom 
B.   East  Indies, 

Lbs. 

1)5,527 

279,642 
66,580 

12,682 
42,612 
9,710 
18,612 

I 

9,244 

25,726 
6,304 

1,621 
4,004 
849 
3,162 

Lbs. 
650 

$ 

61 

f  cts. 
32  50 

B.  Strait  Settle 
ments  

B.  West  Indies. 

Hong  Kong  

United  States. . . 

Total   

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

9,710 
18,732 

849 
3,184 



485  50 
936  60 

525,365 

50,910 

29.092 

4,094 

1,454  60 

151,908 

3,150 
1,500 
6.905 
3,987 
1,512 
200,700 
636,099 
3,322 
11,400 
547,051 

45,954 

321 
128 
2,027 
1.294 
348 
58,218 
144,079 
683 
2,384 
138,241 

45,5*49 
3,150 

12,560 
321 

1,357  47 
94  50 

Italy  

United  States.. 
Total  

United  Kingdom 

Belgium  

Holland  

Switzerland  .... 
United  States.  . 

Total. 

United  Kingdom 

France   

Holland  . 

Norway  

Switzerland.  . .  . 
United  States. . . 

Total 

United  Kingdom 
United  States. . . 

Total 

6,905 
3,987 
1,512 
200,100 
536,769 
3,322 
11,840 
552,987 

2,027 
1,294 
348 
58,128 
143,483 
683 
2,509 
140,294 

207  15 
119  61 
45  36 
6,003  00 
16,103  07 
99  66 
355  20 
16,589  61 

1,467,534 

393,677 

1,365,821 

361,647 

40,974  63 

38,102 
5,000 
19.500 
10,295 
607,158 

7,204 
924 
3.3S7 
1,874 
109,086 

13.500 
5,000 
17,500 
10,795 
605,558 

1,975 
924 
2,946 
1,975 
108,686 

472  50 
175  00 
612  50 
377  83 
21.194  52 



680,055 

122,475 

fa52,3o3 

llo.aOo 

.iJ,So.i  o.J 

800,516 
1.571 
15,451 
2,354 
121,187 
44s 
11,895 
234,568 

192,752 
348 
3,189 
308 
30,374 
83 
4.44:5 
32,921 

24,582 
1,571 
15,351 
0,128 
129,980 
lis 
12,015 
136,032 

7,390 
348 
3,166 
896 
33,438 
83 
4,474 
33,145 

1,4(8  IM) 
69  60 
633  20 
179  20 
6,687  60 
16  60 
894  80 
6,629  00 

1,187,990 

264,418 

326,107 

82,940 

16,588  00 

77 

7,468  2*1 

7,468 

221 

22  10 

8,390l  298 

7,468 

221 

22  10 

ii 


TRADE  AND  XAVIGATION 


45 


SESSIONAL  PAPER  No.  11 

of  Imports — Continued. 


for  Home  Consumption. 


Preferential  Tariff. 


Treaty  Rates. 


Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty. 

Lbs. 

94ft  f5Q9 
fil  7ft0 

4*>  ftl9 

$ 

ft  797 
9^  099 

1  fi9-J 
4  004. 

9  £40  **] 

7  4fi0  7t5 
1  JW*  40 

S80  4('i 
I  97K 

•1?       L  1/3. 

460,443 

43,564 

13,813  29 

96,569 

30,091 

"  "  "  "    ■  *  •  ■ 

2,414  23 



**0  OQ1 

9  414  9t 

27,842 

5,700 

765  65 

*>7  849 

5,700 

765  65 

747,814 

177,960 

26,694  00 

747,814 

177,960 

26,694  00 

922 

77 

5  79 

922 

77 1             5  79 

Total. 


Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty 
Collected. 

Lbs. 

$ 

$  cts. 

95,327 

8,788 

2,872  81 

248,692 
61,780 

23,322 
5,890 

7,460  76 
1,853  40 

12,682 
42,612 
y,  / 10 
18,732 

1,621 
4,004 
oi.) 
3,184 

380  46 
1,278  36 
485  50 
936  60 

489,535 

47,658 

15,267  89 

141,818 

42,651 

3,771  70 

3,150 

321 

94  50 

6,905 
1,512 

•  h  in   1  1  ; 1  1 

536,769 
3,322 
11,840 
552,987 

2,027 
1,  Jy4 
348 

Do,  Lao 

143,483 
683 
2,509 
140,294 

207  15 
119  61 
45  36 
",003  00 
16,103  07 
99  66 
355  20 
16,589  61 

1,462  390 

391,738 

43,388  86 

41,342 

17,500 
10,795 
605,558 

7,675 

00,1 

2,946 
1,975 
108,686 

1,238  15 
175  00 
612  50 
377  83 
21,194  52 

680,195 

122,206 

23,598  00 

772,396 
1,571 
15,351 
6,128 
129,980 
448 
12,015 
136,032 

185,350 
348 
3,166 
896 
33,438 
83 
4,474 
33,145 

28,172  00 
69  60 
633  20 
179  20 
6,687  60 
16  60 
894  80 
6,629  00 

1,073  921 

260,900 

43,282  00 

922 
7,468 

77 
221 

5  79 
22  10 

8,390 

298 

27  89 

46 


CUSTOMS  DEPARTMENT  ii 

3  GEORGE  V.„  A.  1913 

No.  1. — General  Statement 


Articles  Imported. 


DUTIABLE  GOODS—  Con. 

Cocoa  or  chocolate,  prepara 
tions  of,  N.O.P  


Countries. 


Total  Imports. 


Entered 


Quantity . 


United  Kingdom 

Belgium  

"France  ,. . . 

Germany  

Holland  

Switzerland  

United  States. . . 

Total  


Coffee,  green,  N.O.P — 


Coffee,  extract  of,  N.O.P.,  or 
substitute  therefor  of  all  kinds 


Coffee,  roasted  or  ground,  when 
not  imported  direct  from  the 
country  of  growth  and  pro- 
duction  


Coffee,  roasted  or  ground,  and 
all  imitations  thereof  and  sub- 
stitutes therefor,  including 
acorn  nuts,  N.O.P  


Coffee,  condensed,  with  milk. 


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


United  Kingdom 

Brazil  

France  

Germany  

Hawaii  

Holland  

Norway  

United  States. 

Total  


United  Kingdom 

Belgium  

United  States. . . 

Total.  ... 


United  Kingdom 
Russia  in  Europe 
United  States. . . 

Total  


United  Kingdom 
B.  W.  Indies.... 
United  States. . . 

Total  


United  Kingdom 


United  Kingdom 
Aust.  Hungary. . 

Belgium  

France.   

Germany  

Switzerland  

United  States. . . 


Total. 


Lbs. 
976,342 


General  Tariff. 


Value . 


7.478 
9,300 
39,971'. 
474,385 
23,126 


1,430,607 


5,016 
39,982 
1,475 
6,665 
3,899 
1,250 
250 
187,135 


245,672 


85,236 
2,464 
34.517 


122,217 


7,279 
150 
382,521 


389,950 


4,991 
140 
178,491 


183,622 


320 


Doz. 
137,449 
58,277 
60 
348 
16,405 
2,920 
169,708 

385,167 


S 

200,496 


1,993 
2.170 
7,579 
90,082 
5,091 


Quantity.     Value.  Duty, 


Lbs. 
1,142 


307,411 


813 
5,530 
174 
1,185 
645 
197 
50 
28,606 


37,230 


19,279 
132 
2,949 


22,360 


2,169 
35 
87,986 


90,190 


1,011 
33 
14,519 


15,563 


74 


121,671 
52,413 
44 
367 
14,544 
2,992 
180,256 

372,287 


3,340 
"  5^648 
22,725 


232 


32,855 


3,170 


1,805 
6,665 
3,899 
1,250 
250 
190,006 


207,045 


2,222 
2,464 
34,427 


39,113 


1,028 


380,621 


381,649 


1,848 
•  140 
178,466 


ISO.  454 


Doz. 

7. N'l 

49.  SCi  1 
60 
348 
16,405 
2,920 
169,708 

247,102 


629 
1,005 

5,036 


6,902 


r*9 


221 
1,185 
645 
197 
50 
28.942 


31,829 


542 
132 
2,937 


3,611 


320 


236 
33 
14,513 


14.7*2 


7,885 
46,746 
44 
367 
14,544 
2.992 
180,256 

252,834 


87,445      16,356  92 


87,765      16,409  48 


ii  TRADE  AND  NAVIGATION 

SESSIONAL  PAPER  No.  11 

of  Imports — Continued. 


47 


for  Home  Consumption. 


Preferential  Tariff. 

Treaty  Rates. 

Total. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty 
ooiiecteu. 

T,h<* 

JUURi 

& 

tip         c  u&. 

4*1  550  95 

43  .339 

84 

378 

% 

Id 
77 

tii>  Cto. 
1  917  4^ 

Lbs. 

961,343 
84 
3,718 

$ 

197,534 
16 
706 

$  cts. 

44,848  90 
5  20 
245  18 

38,457 
365  619 

8,145 
84  935 

2,647  12 

44,105 
365,61y 
22,725 

9,150 
84,935 
5,036 

2,998  87 
27,603  90 
1,762  60 

ICQ  PiKfi 
luo,  ODD 

.117  Q77 
•±•1/  ,8/  < 

no  qt  n 

ol,  49o  70 

1,397,594 

nnT  firm 

297,37* 

77,464  65 

3,170 

589 

58  90 

1,805 

fi  fifi5 

3,899 
1,250 
250 
190,006 

221 

1,  loO 

645 
197 
50 
28,942 

22  10 
118  50 
64  50 
19  70 
5  00 
2,894  20 



207,045 

31,829- 

3,182  90 

81,651 

1  fvtS  02 

83,873 
2,464 
34,427 

18,955 
132 
2,937 

1,699  68 
73  92 
1,032  81 

81,651 

18,413 

1,633  02 

120,764 

22,024 

2,806  41 

6,237 

1,845 

278  06 

7,265 

2,165 

330  62 

380,621 

87,445 

16,356  92 

9137 

1  Si's 

9"S  lit; 

387,886 

89,610 

16,687  54 

3,143 

775 

47  15 

4,991 
140 

1  7Q  A£.(\ 

1,011 
33 
14,513 

84  11 
2  80 
3,569  32 

3,143 

775 

47  15 

183,597 

15,557 

3,656  23 

320 

74 

14  80 

320 

74 

14  80 

Doz. 
129,312 

113,672 

28,418  00 

Doz. 

Doz. 
137,113 
49,860 
60 
318 
16,405 
2,920 
169,708 

121,557 
46,746 
44 
367 
14,544 
2,992 
180,256 

31,374  88 
17,530  12 
16  50 
137  62 
5,454  00 
1,122  00 
67,596  00 

•  1  

129,312j  113,672 

28,418  Of' 

376,414 

366,506 

123,231  12 

i 

48 


CUSTOMS  DEPART  MEM  H 

3  GEORGE  V.„  A.  1913 

No.  1. — General  Statement 


Articles  Imported. 


Countries. 


DUTIABLE  GOODS — Con. 

Combs  


Copper  and  manufactures  of — 
Copper  nails,  tacks,  rivets  and 
burrs  or  washers  

Copper  wire,  plain,  tinned  or 
plated  

Copper  wire  cloth,  or  woven 
wire  of  copper  


United  Kingdom 
Hong  Kong. . . . 
Aust.  Hungary 

France,  

'  iermany  

Holland  

Italy  

Japan  

Switzerland. . . . 
United  States. . 


Total  Imports. 


Quantity. 


Value. 


Entered 


General  Tariff. 


Quantity.  Value. 


Total 


United  Kingdom 

Belgium  

Holland  

United  States. 


Copper,   all  other  manufac- 
tures of,.N.O.P  


Total . 


United  Kingdon; 

Germany  

United  States. . . 

Total  


United  Kingdom 

(iermany  

United  States. . . 


Total . 


Lbs. 
20,977 
2,055 
376, 96i> 


Cordage,  cotton,  of  all  kinds. 


United  Kingdom 

B.  India  

Hong  Kong. . . . 
Aust.  -  Hungary 

Belgium  

China  

France  

Germany  

Holland  

Italy  

Japan  

Norway  

United  States. . 


Total . 


United  Kingdom 
Aust. -Hungary 

Belgium  

Germany  

Norway  

United  States .  . 

Total  


347,837 
128 
800 
1,078 
7.000 
166,952 

523,795 


70,009 
30 
2,740 
17,451 

69,228 
2 
41 
93 
618 
53,255 


213,467 


731 
23 
23 
1,517 


2,294 


3,673 
150 
72,741 


399, 998 1  76,564 


6,979 
227 
3,754 


10,960 


20,233 
38 
43 
31 
25 
14 
4,901 
2,235 
234 
4 

262 
64 

184,399 


212,483 


40,916 
32 
148 
202 
545 

22,359 

64,20:! 


Lbs. 
3,100 
2,055 

372,474 


377,629 


1,975 
128 
800 

1,078 

156,008 
1*56,989 


Duty. 


7,745 
30 
864! 
1,391! 
69,097 


41 

3 


53,441 


132,612 


23 
23 
1,517 


$  eta. 

2,710  75 
10  50 
302  40 
4S6  85 
24,183  95 


14  35 
1  05 


18,704  .35 


46,414  20 


1,563 


1,30 
150 
71,853 


73,310 


227 
3,754 


3,981 


563 
38 
43 
14 

7 
14 
46 
2,235 
67 

4 


6  90 
6  90 
455  10 


468  90 


163  40 
18  75 
8,981  90 


9,164  05 


56  75 
938  50 

995  25 


168  90 

11  40 

12  90 
4  20 
2  10 
4  20 

13  80 
670  50 

20  10 
1  20 


'It 

182,891 


19  20 
54,868  20 


1S5,9S9 


2SS 
32 
148 
202 
545 
21,487 

22,702 


55,796  70 


72  00 
8  00 
37  00 
50  50 
136  25 
5,371  75 

5.675  50 


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SESSIONAL  PAPER  No.  11 

OF  Imports — Continued. 


TRAIH:  AND  NAVIGATION 


49 


for  Homk  Consumption. 


Peferential  Tariff. 


Treaty  Rates. 


Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty. 

 _  

qp  COS. 
9  4S7  4Q 

Quantity. 

s 

s> 

f»i  914 

v  tta. 
19  IPX  4i> 

Si 

7  r,^ 

1,778 
15,990 

578  50 
5,196  65 

on 
618 

9Q  9fi 

200  85 

si  914 

19  IMS  in 

9A 

^D,  LOO 

8  4<H 

731 

146  20 

731 

146  20 

Lbs. 
17,(572 

2,325 

174  33 

Lbs. 

Lbs. 
20,772 
2,055 
372,474 

17,672 

2.325 

174  38 

395,301 

1  991  '^4 
i  .  _  —  1    .  >  t 

6,979 

1,221  34 

19,699 

3,939  80 

1  7 

18 

4  0/ 

4  95 

• 

4,855 

1,335  16 

167 

45  82 

262 

72  15 

19.699 

3,939  80 

5,319 

1,462  75 

345,865 

40,647 

8,129  40 

347,840 
128 
800 
1,078 
7,000 
156,008 

345,865 

40,647 

8,129  40 

512,854 

Total. 

Value. 

Duty 
Collected. 

$ 

$  cts. 

69,614 
30 
2,642 
17,381 
69,097 
2 
41 
93 
618 
53,441 

17,396  64 
10  50 
880  90 
5,683  50 
24,183  95 
0  65 
14  35 
30  30 
200  85 
18,704  35 

212,959 

67,105  99 

731 
23 
23 
1,517 



146  20 
6  90 
6  90 

455  10 

2,294 

615  10 

3,632 
150 
71,853 

337  78 
18  75 
8,981  90 

75,635 

9,338  43 

6,979 
227 
3,754 

1,221  34 
56  75 
938  50 

10,960 

2,216  59 

20,262 
38 
43 
31 
25 
14 
4,901 
2,235 
234 
4 

262 
64 

182,894 

4,108  70 

11  40 

12  90 
8  87 
7  05 
4  20 

1,348  96 
670  50 
65  92 
1  20 
72  15 
19  20 
54,868  20 

211,007 

61,199  25 

40,935 
32 
148 
202 
545 

21,487 

8,201  40 
8  00 
37  00 
50  50 
136  25 
5,371  75 

63,349 

13,804  9!) 

11 


u- 


50 


CUSTOMS  DEPARTMENT  ii 

3  GEORGE  V.„  A.  1913 
No.  1. — General  Statement 


Articles  Imported. 


Countries. 


Total  I m forts. 


Entered 


Quantity. 


DUTIABLE  GOODS — Con. 

Ccrdage  and  twines  of  all  kinds, 
N.O.P  


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


United  Kingdom 

Hong  Kong  

N  jwfoundland  \ 
and  Labrador . .  J 
Aust. -Hungary .. 

Belgium . . .  -  

France  

Germany  

J  apan  

Norway  

United  States... 


Lbs. 


1,989,972 
2,480 

200 

23,966 
8,688 
90 
9.314 
316 
16,069 
1,092,760 


Value. 


Total. 


Corks,  manufactured  from  cork- 
wood, three-fourths  of  an  inch 
and  less  in  diameter  measur- 
ed at  the  larger  end  


United  Kingdom 
Aust. -Hungary. . 

France  

Germany  

Portugal  

Spain  

United  States... 

Total  


Manufactures  of  corkwood  or 
cork  bark,  N.O. P.,  includ- 
ing strips,  shives,  shells  and 
washers  of  cork  ? 


Corsets  of  all  kinds. 


3,143,855 


51,635 
847 
927 
2,439 
126,304 
85,771 
16,783 


United  Kingdom 

France  

Germany  

Portugal  

Spain  

United  States. . . 

Total  


284,706 


United  Kingdom 
Aust. -Hungary  . 

France  

Germany  

Portugal   . 

Spain  

United  States . . . 


2,354 
5 
20 
31,711 
10,971 
4,635 


49,696 


Total . 


United  Kingdom 
Aust. -Hungary  . 

Belgium  

France  

Germany  

Switzerland  

United  States. . . 

Total  


General  Tariff. 


Quantity. '    Value.  Duty 


s 

200,200 
210 

24 

2,137 
836 
47 
1,141 
20 
3,230 
124,909 

Lbs. 

17,489 
2,480 

200 

23,966 
8,163 
90 
9,314 
316 
16,069] 
1,065,530! 

332,754 

1,143,017 

25,235 
434 
477 
362 
37,209 
20,846 
8,867 

51,470 

1  9A  M  Q 
ID,  t  vo 

99,430 

29o,93l 

1,415 
12 
57 
9,168 
4,822 
2,524 

A"  A 

0 
on 

QO  sio 

1  1  AAQ 

a  t~  *} 
4,o.x) 

17,998 

48,722 

22,032 
16 
82 
477 
7,100 
58,763 
140,672 

229,142 

10,865 
85 
3,892 
3,187 
195 
299 
465,169 

489,692 

2,473 
210 

24 

2,137 
781 
47 
1,141 
20 
3,230 
122,935 


26,088 
434 
488 
302 
37, 337 1 
28,756 
8,873 


172 
12 
57 
9,415 
4, 81  iS 
2,524 


17,048 


14,784 
16 
82 
477 
7,100 
58,365 
140.04!) 


12,551 


102 
754 
195 


465,603 
479,205 


cts. 


618  25 
52  50 

0  00 

534  25 
195  25 
11  75 
285  25 
5  00 
807  50 
30,733  75 


132,998      33,249  50 


2,573  50 
42  35 
40  25 
121  95 
0,325  05 
4,846  95 
839  90 


102,938      14,790  55 


37  92 
40 
1  00 
2,601  52 
885  52 
370  80 


3,897  76 


2,956  80 
3  20 
16  40 
95  40 
1,420  00 
11,673  00 
L'S.12!)  80 


221,473;      44,294  00 


4,392  85 


35  70 
263  90 
08  25 


162.961  05 
107,721  75 


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SESSIONAL  PAPER  No.  11 

of  Imports — Continued. 


TRADE  AND  NAVIGATION 


51 


for  Home  Consumption. 


Peferential  Tariff. 


Treaty  Rates. 


Total. 


Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty. 

■ 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity. 

T  ha 

1  QfiK  74fi 

J.,  3Wj  1  1U 

1 

107  441 

±Oi  ,1*11 

<L  I/O. 

30  4ftS  9ft 

LV> 

J  J  1  1  ■  • 

£ 

•Jp         I.  to. 

Lbs. 

1,983,235 
2,480 

200 

23,966 

0,1  DO 

90 
9,314 
316 
16,069 
1,065,530 

1,965,746 

197,441 

OQ  AQQ  OA 

3,109,363 

5,326 

2,564 

213  04 

5o,79o 
847 
925 

12fi  513 
96  930 

X»*.  /  -I/O 

5  326  2.564 

301  9o7 

— ,  — 

2,032 

1,276 

121  92 

z,o0o 
5 
90 

39 
4.  fi3^ 

2,032,  1,276 

1 91  09 

7,818 

1,1/2  th 

7,  SIS 

1,172  70 

3,758 

939  50 

516 
85 
3,790 
2,433 

167  70 
27  63 
1,231  75 
790  73 

299 

97  17 

3,758 

939  50 

7,123 

2,314  98 

Value. 


199,914 
210 

24 

2,137 
781 
47 
1,141 
20 
3,230 
122,935 


330, 439 


29,252 
434 
488 
362 
37,337 
28,756 
8,873 


105,502 


1,448 
12 
57 
9,415 
4,868 
2,524 


18,324 


22,602 
16 
82 
477 
7,100 
58,365 
140,649 


229,291 


16,825 
85 
3,892 
3,187 
195 
299 
465,603 

490,086 


Duty 
Collected. 


$  cte. 


40,106  45 
52  50 

6  00 

534  25 
195  25 
11  75 
285  25 
5  00 
807  50 
30,733  75 


72,737  70 


2,786  54 
42  35 
46  25 
121  95 
6,325  65 
4,846  95 
839  90 

15,009  59 


159  84 
40 
1  60 
2,601  52 

885  52 
370  80 

4,019  68 


4,129  50 
3  20 
16  40 
95  40 
1,420  00 
11,673  00 
28,129  80 


45,467  30 


5,500  05 
27  63 
1,267  45 
1,054  63 
68  25 
97  17 
162,961  05 

170,976  23 


H_ii_4l 


52 


CUSTOMS  DEPARTMENT  ii 

3  GEORGE  V.,  A.  1913 

No.  1.— .-General  Statement 


Articles  Imported. 


dutiable  goods— Con. 

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


Costumes    and    scenery,  the- 
atrical   


Cotton,  manufactures  of — 
Duck,  gray  or  white,  N.O.P., 
weighing  over  8  oz.  per 
square  yard  


Countries. 


United  Kingdom 

Germany  

United  States . 


Total. 


United  Kingdom 
United  States . 


Total. 


United  K'ngdom 
Germany.. . 
United  States . 

Total  


Embroideries,     white  and 
pream  coloured  United  Kingdom 

B.  India  

Hong  Kong ... 

Malta  

I  Aust. -Hungary 

Belgium  

I  France  

Germany..   

Japan   

Portugal  

Switzerland. . . . 

United  States.  , 


(.ray,     unbleached  cotton 


Total. 


Total  Imports. 


Quantity. 


Yds. 

758,632 
144 
1,364,198 


2,122,974 


United  Kingdom 

4,396,135 

1.353 

1,258 

Germany.. 

8,632 

Holland  

101 

Japan   

880 

United  States . . . 

5,464,840 

Total  

9,873,199 

Value. 


164 
901 
14,645 


610,877 


Entkrkd 


General  Tariff. 


Quantity.  Value. 


Duty. 


cU. 


901 
14,645 


315  35 
5,125  75 


15,710 

15,546 

5.441  10 

100 

6,855 

100 
7,035 

25  00 
1,747  00 

6,955 

  7,135 

1,772  00 

160,684 
29 

450,164 

Yds. 

687 
144 
1,364,198 

92 
29 

450,164 

18  40 
5  80 
W.032  80 

1,365,029  450,285 


424,401 

39! 
245 
81 

17,345 
12.S74 
67,595 
47,007 
6(58 
169 
895,858 
33,110 


1,499,392 


350,673  22,640 

54  1,353 

271  1,258 

l,898j  8,632 

10  101 

1  «>1  880 
274.2171  5,464,840 


U27.224 


5,499,704 


24,285 
39 
245 
81 
2,003 
71 
1,617 
45,820 

'  i69 
14,218 
33,530 


122,078 


3,798 
54 
271 
1,898 
10 
101 
274,217 


280,349 


90,057  00 


4,857  00 
7  80 
49  00 
16  20 
400  60 
14  20 
323  40 
9,164  00 

"33'80 
2,843  60 
6,706  00 


24,415  60 


949  50 
13  50 
67  75 
474  50 
2  50 
25  25 
68,554  25 


70,087  25 


ii 

SESSIONAL  PAPER  No.  11 

of  I  m  ports — G ontin  ued. 


TRADE  AXD  NAT  I  CAT  ION 


53 


for  Home  Consumption. 


Peferential  Tariff. 

Treaty  Rates. 

Total. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity.}  Value. 

Duty 
Collected. 

& 

9 

1(54 

•t>  cts. 
36  92 

• 

)$  cts. 

1 

$ 

1 

164 
9(H 
14,645 

$  cts. 

36  92 
315  35 
5,125  75 

164 

.11)  \ll 

15,710 

5,478  02 

100 

7,035 

25  00 
1,747  00 

7,135 

1,772  00 

Yds. 
752,507 

159,182 

°3  S77  30 

Yds. 

Yds. 

7^3,194 
144 

159,274 
29 

23,895  70 
5  80 
90,032  80 

1,364,198  450,164 



752,507 

159,182 

OO  OA 



2,117,536 

609,467 

111)     ,  ,  It  . 

113,934  30 

36,866 

T,WO  tit}. 

 _  

3fin  941 

63  04"'  IS 

421,392 
39 
245 
81 
18,111 
12,723 
67,203 
45,820 
654 
169 
882,779 
33,530 

72,507  57 
7  80 
49  00 
16  20 
3,219  50 
2,228  30 
11,800  95 
9,164  00 
114  45 
33  80 
154,842  16 
6,706  00 

1  fi  1 Oft 

65,586 

9  XI 8  <)0 

~ .  O  LO  t7\J 

9  914  10 

11,477  55 

654 

114  45 

868,561 

151,998  56 





36,866 
346,457 

4,608  39 

1,323,802 

231,665  74 

1,482,746 

260,689  73 

4,732,046 

51,968  55 

4,754,686 
1,353 
1,258! 
8,632 
101 
880 
5,464,840 

350,255 
54 
271 
1,898 
10 
101 
274,217 

52,918  05 
13  50 
67  75 
474  50 
2  50 
25  25 
68,554  25 





4,732,040 

346.457i 

M.96S  R5 

10,231,750 

1 

626,806 

122,055  80 

:     1       '  ' 

54 


CUSTOMS  DEPARTMENT  ii 

3  GEORGE  V.„  A.  1913 

No.  1. — General  Statement 


Articles  Imported. 


Total  Imports. 


Countries. 


DUTIABLE  GOODS — Con. 


Cotton,  mfrs. 
White  or 
fabrics. . . 


of — Con. 
bleached 


cotton 


Tailors'  hollands  of  cotton, 
and  towelling  in  the  web. . . 


United  Kingdom 

Hong  Kong  

Aust. -Hungary  . 

Belgium  

France   

Germany  

Holland  

Japan   

Spain  

Switzerland  

United  States. . . 

Total  


United  Kingdom 

France   

Germany  

Switzerland .. . 
United  States. 

Total.  ... 


Yds. 


21,686,433 
68 
3,825 
7,417 
95,805 
52,801 
3,715 
7,28!) 
430 
88,217 
4,417,292 


26,363,292 


Fabrics    printed,  dyed 
coloured,  N.O.P  


o  r 


Jeans,  coutilles  and  sateens, 
imported  by  corset  and 
dress  stay  manufacturers, 
for  use  exclusively  for  the 
manufacture  of  such  ar- 
ticles in  their  own  fac- 
tories   


2,395,290 
1,200 
782 
10 
13,213 


2,410.495 


United  Kingdom  46 
Kong  Kong. . . . 
Aust.  -Hungary 

Belgium  

China  

France  

Germany  

Holland  

Italy  

Japan  

Russia  in  Europe 

Switzerland  

United  States. . . 


Total . 


United  Kingdom 

France  

Germany  

Turkey  in  Asia.. 
United  States. . . 

Total  


11. 


665,951 
1,955 
11,736 
7,882 
20 

236,233 
215.300 
1,395 
10 
56,030 
58 
39,948 
165,849 


Quantity. ,  Value. 


58,402,367 


1,672,636 
4,257 
3,164 
440 
637,815 


2,318,312 


1,995,078 
20 
408 
1,520 
13,606 
4,953 
346 
638 
124 
11,311 
360,100 


2,388,104 


167,606 
118 
126 
1 

1,326 


169,177 


4.513,835 
247 
1,326 
1,935 
6 

49,225 
36,127 
264 
6 

6,375 
30 
5,083 
1,163,793 


5,778,252 


186,348 
755 
900 
101 
81,593 


Entered 


General  Tariff. 


269,697 


Yds. 


329,592 
68 
3,825 
7,417 
93,164 
52,801 
3,715 
7,289 
430 
89,485 
4,415,608 


5,003,394 


18,801 
1,200 
782 
10 
13,213 


34,006 


848,609 
1,955 
8,722 
7,882 
20 

235,028 
215,450 
1,395 
10 
56,030 
58 
39,948 
11,196,760 


12,611,867 


288 
4,257 
3,164 
440 
637,815 


645,964 


Value. 

Duty. 

* 

$  eta. 

41,963 
20 
408 
1,520 
13,192 
4,953 
346 
638 
124 
11,473 
358,993 


433,630 


1,428 
118 
126 
1 

1,326 


2,999 


133,345 
247' 
804 
1,935 

61 

49,123| 
36,027 
264 
6 

6,375 
30 
5,083 
1,167,528 


1.400,773 


186 
755 
900 
101 
81,593 


83,535 


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of  Imports — Continued. 


55 


for  Home  Consumption. 


referential  Tariff. 

Treaty  Rates. 

Total. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity. 

V  alue. 

uuty. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Yds. 
21,511,841 

$ 

1,960,003 

$  cts. 
343,003  83 

Yds. 

$  cts. 

Yds. 

21,841,433 
68 
3,825 
7,417 
93,164 
52,801 
3,715 
7,289 
430 
89,485 
4,415,608 

$ 

2,001,966 
20 
408 
1,520 
13,192 
4,953 
346 
638 
124 
11,473 
358,993 

91  ri  i  S4i    1  ue,o  ftftS 

343,003  83 

26,515,235 

2,393,633 

2,346,410 

164,642 

28,813  11 

2,365,211 
1,200 
782 
10 
13,213 

166,070 
118 
126 
1 

1,326 

9  34A  41ft 

1fi4  <U9 

98.813  11 

2,380,416 

167,641 

—  jwf-v.             -  1    ,  

46,029,380 

4,428,393 

1,107,098  25 

46,877,989 
1,955 
8,722 
7,882 
20 

235,028 
215,450 
1,395 
10 
56,030 
58 
39,948 
11,196,760 

4,561,738 
247 
804 
1,935 
6 

^9,123 
36,027 
264 
6 

6,375 
30 
5,083 
1,167,528 

46,029,380 

4,428,393 

1,107,098  25 

58,641,247 

5,829,166 

1,672,348 

186,162 

23,270  39 

1,672,636 
4,257 
3,164 
440 
637,815 

186,348 
755 
900 
101 
81,593 

1,672,348 

186,162 

23,270  39 

2.318.312 

269.697 

l 

Duty 
Collected. 


$  cts. 


353,494  58 
5  00 
102  00 
380  00 
3,298  00 
1,238  25 
86  50 
159  50 
31  00 
2,868  25 
89,748  25 

451,411  33 


29,170  11 
29  50 
31  50 
0  25 
331  50 


29,562  86 


1,150,434  98 

80  28 

261  30 

628  88 

1  95 

15,965  00 

11,708  80 

86  00 

1  95 

2,071  90 

9  75 

1,652  00 

379,448  37 


1,562,351  16 


23,307  59 
151  00 
180  00 
20  20 

16,318  60 

39,977  38 


56 


CUSTOMS  DEPARTMENT  ii 

3  GEORGE  V.,,  A.  1913 
Xo.  1.— General  Statement 


Articles  Imported. 


DUTIABLE   GOODS — Con. 

Cotton,  mfrs.  of — Con. 
Handkerchiefs  


Batts,  batting 
wadding  


and  sheet 


Bobbinet,  (white  cotton) 
plain  in  the  web  


Knitting  yarn,  hosiery  yarn 
or  other  cotton  yarn,  dyed 
or  not,  N.O.P  '. 


Cotton  warps . 


Seamless  bags. 


Countries. 


United  Kingdom 

Hong  Kong  

Belgium  

China  

France   

Jerniany  

Japan   

Portugal  

Switzerland  

United  States. . 


Total 


United  Kingdom 
Aust.-Hungary 

•Japan  

Switzerland. . . . 
United  States. . 

Total  


United  Kingdom 

France  

Japan     .  . 
Switzerland. 
United  States. . . 

Total  


United  Kingdom 

Belgium  

France   

Germany.  . .  . 
United  States. 

Total .... 


United  States. 


United  Kingdom 

Denmark  

Holland   

United  States. 


Total . 


Total  Imports. 


Quantity. 


Lbs. 

2,477 
105 
2,941 
1,700 
200,480 


207,703 


Yds. 

410,218 
2,861 
940 
280 
8,615 


422,914 


Lbs. 

282,897 
1,100 
500 
1,295 

296,953 


582,745 


Value. 


Entered 


General  Tariff. 


Quantity 


556,512 
476 
620 
14 
8,269 
1.349 
3,247 
26 
49,125 
6,t>77 


626,315 


442 
16 
384 
218 
23,785 


24,845 


48,946 
606 
213 
26 
974 


50,765 


73,990 
626 
223 
275 

69,444 


144,558 


4.606 


9,517 
53 
117 
17,041 

26,728 


Lbs. 

1,241 
105 
2,941 
1,700 
200,480 


206,467 


Yds 
3,976 


8,615 


12,591 


Lbs. 

8,646 
1,100 
500 
1,295 
296,953 


308,494 


Value. 

Duty. 

$  cts. 

4,664 
476 
193 
14 
112 
1.319 
239 
26 
499 

1,632  40 
166  60 
66  85 
4  90 
39  20 
472  15 
83  65 
9  10 
174  65 

9  'ViCi 

1  i  9.17 
1-4,  c-±  t 

A  fici;  4K 
*x,  *Jol>  1J 

126 
16 

384 
218 
23,785 

31  50 
4  00 
96  00 
54  50 
5,946  25 

24,529 

6,132  25 

1 

302 

75  50 

974 

243  50 

1,276 

319  00 

1,556 
626 
223 
275 
69,444 

389  00 
156  50 
55  75 
68  75 
17,361  00 

72,124 

18,031  00 

4,666 

1,166  50 

219 
53 
117 
17,101 

43  80 
10  60 
23  40 
3,420  20 

17,490 

3,498  00 

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of  Imports — Continued. 


TRADE  AXD  \A  \  IOATION 


57 


for  Home  Consumption. 


Peferential  Tariff. 


Quantity.     Value.  Duty 


$  cts. 


513,402     128,350  50 


Treaty  Rates. 


Quantity.     Value.  Duty 


Lbs. 
1,095 


1.095 


Yds. 
393,818 


393,818 


Lbs. 
274,251 


274,251 


513,402 


L'IKI 


260 


46,820 


128,350  50 


45  49 


Lbs. 


45  49 


r?n23  1 10 


Yds. 


46,820 


7,023  00 


72,434,      12,676  29 


2.413 
2,861 
940 
280 


31,953 


429 
8,1.57 


3,121 


$  cts. 

10,384  73 
"  "i38'45 


48,739 


92,399 


6,494 


Lbs 


72,434      12,6^6  29 


9,153        1,372  95 


9,153 


1,372  95 


331 
606 
213 
26 


1,176 


2,651  03 
1,014  33 
15^841  21 


30,029  75 


74  43 

136  35 
47  98 
5  85 


Quantity, 


264  61 


Lbs. 

2,336 
105 
2,941 
1,700 
200,480 


207,562 


Yds. 

400,207 
2,861 
940 
280 
8,615 


412,903 


Lbs. 

282,897 
1,100 
500 
1,295 

296,953 


582,745 


Total. 


Value.    I  n^Ut?A 
Collected. 


550,019 
476 
620 
14 

8,269 
1,349 
3,360 
26 
49,238 
6,677 


(520,048 


386 
16 
384 
218 
23,785 


24,789 


47.453 
606 
213 
26 
974 


49,272 


73,990 
(526 
223 
275 

69,444 


144,558 


4,666 


9,372 
C3 
117 
17,101 

26,643 


$  cts- 


58 


CUSTOMS  DEPARTMENT  ii 

3  GEORGE  V.,  A.  1913 

Xo.  1. — General  Statement 


Articles  Imported. 


DUTIABLE  GOOD3 — Con. 

Cotton,  mfrs.  of — dm. 

Sheets,  bed  quilts,  pillow 
cases  and  damask  of  cotton 
in  the  piece,  including  unco- 
loured  table  cloths  or  nap 
kins  of  cotton   


Shirts  of  cotton. 


Sewing  thread  on  spools. 


Countries. 


Total  Imports. 


Quantity. 


United  Kingdom 

B.  India  

Hong  Kong  

Malta  

Aust. -Hungary.. 

Belgium  

China  

France   

Germany  

Holland  

Italy  

Japan  

Portugal  

Spain  

Switzerland  

Turkey  inEurope 
United  States. . . 


Total . 


United  Kingdom 

Hong  Kong  

Aust. -Hungary.. 

Belgium  

F  ranee..  •.  

Germany  

Japan  

United  States. . . 

Total  


Sewing  cotton  thread  in  hanks 


Crochet  and  knitting  "cotton 


United  Kingdom 

Belgium  

France   

Germany ...... 

Japan ...   

United  States. . . 


Total . 


United  Kingdom 
France ...... 

Germany .  ... 

United  States. 


Total . . . 

United  Kingdom 

Belgium  

France  


Germany  

United  States. . 

Total .... 


Doz. 
39,316 
16 
922 
19 
50 
291 
61 
49,404 


90,079 


Lbs. 
262,671 

1,760 
11,405 

5,536 


281,372 


Value . 


12,798 
2,925 
576 
3,100 

44,288 


63,687 


692,771 
18 
1,620 
21 
1,358 
365 
270 
1.927 
27,411 
17 
6 

5,869 
109 
138 

1,501 
327 
54,997 


3,725 


195,i  mi] 
41 

7,077 
163 
503 

1,457 
286 
263,650 


468,178 


279,684 
6,842 
3,829 
1,860 
5 

231,522 


523,742 


174,917 
1,269 
3,711 
2,832 


Entered 


General  Tariff. 


Quantity.    Value.  Duty. 


182,729 


6,629 
1,686 
376 
1,609 
23,590 


33.890 


Doz. 

801 
16 
315 
2 
50 
291 
2 

49,586 


Lbs. 

344 
1,760 
11,405 
5,536 


19,045 


1,169| 
2,925 
275 
3,100; 
44, 288 1 


22,407 
18 
1.620 
21 
1,358 
365 
270 
1,927 
27,411 
17 
6 

5,869 
109 
138 
1,501 
327 
54,997 


118,301 


4,764 
41 

2,363 
29 
503 

1,457 
42 

264,225 


51,003;  273,424 


3,466 
435 
1,187 
1,860 
5 

231,522 


238,475 


186 
1,269 
3,711 

2,832 


7.99S 


515 
1.6S6 
170 

1,609 
23,590' 


51,757  27,570 


S  cts. 


1,199  70 


128  75 
421  50 
42  50 
402  25 
5,897  50 


6,892  50 


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SESSIONAL  PAPER  No.  11 

of  Imports — Continued. 


TRADE  AND  NAVIGATION 


59 


for  Homk  Consumption. 


Preferential  Tariff. 

Treaty  Rates. 

Total. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Uuty. 

Quantity. 

V  alue. 

jjuty. 


Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty 
Collected. 

$ 

672,439 

$  cts. 
134,487  80 

$ 

$  cts. 

691,846 
18 
1,620 
21 
1,358 
365 
270 
1,927 
27,411 
17 
6 

5,869 
109 
138 

1,501 
327 
54,997 

$  cts. 

141,209  90 

5  40 
486  00 

6  30 
407  40 
109  50 

81  00 
578  10 
8,223  30 
5  10 
1  80 
1,760  70 
32  70 
41  40 
450  30 
98  10 
16,499  10 

 i  



672,439 

134,487  80 

790,800 

169,996  10 

Doz. 
38,370 

189,326 

47,331  50 

Doz. 

144 

759 

246  70 

Doz 
39,315 
16 
902 
19 
50 
291 
61 
49,586 

194,849 
41 
6,932 
163 

503 

49,245  60 
14  35 
2,312  02 
53  70 
176  05 

587 
17 

4,569 
134 

1,484  97 
43  55 

1,457           509  95 
S>86              94  (10 

59 

244 

79  30 

264,225 

92,478  75 

38,370 

189,326 

47,331  50 

807 

5,706 

1,854  52 

90,210 

468,456 

144,884  42 

275,711 

48,249  69 

507 
6,407 
2,642 

114  10 
1,441  60 
594  49 

279,684 
6,842 
3,829 
1,860 
5 

231,522 

49,230  29 
1,550  35 
891  24 
465  00 
1  25 
57,880  50 

275,711 

48,249  69 

9,556 

2,150  19 

523,742 

110,018  63 

Lbs. 
261,307 

174,141 

17,414  10 

Lbs. 

Lbs. 
261,741 
1,(60 
11,405 

5,536 

174,327 
1,269 
3,711 
2,832 

17,442  00 
190  35 
556  65 
424  80 

261,397 

174,141 

17,414  10 

280,442 

182,139 

18,613  80 

11,444 

5,922 

1,036  36 

185 

192 

43  20 

12,798 
2,925 
576 
3,100 

44,288 

6,629 
1,686 
376 
1,609 
23,590 

1,208  31 
421  50 
88  86 
402  25 

5,897  50 

301 

206 

46  36 

11,444 

5,922 

1,036  36 

486 

398 

89  56 

63,687 

33,890 

8,018  42 

60 


CD8T0M 8  DEPARTMENT  ii 

3  GEORGE  V..  A.  1913 

Xo.  1. — General  Statement 


Articles  Imported. 


DUTIABLE  GOODS—  Con. 

Cotton,  rnfrs.  of—  Con. 


All  other 
N.O.P. 


cotton  thread, 


Clothing,  N.O.P. 


Total  Imports. 


Entered 


Countries. 


Quantity. 


United  Kingdom 

Belgium  

France   

(iermany  

Switzerland  

United  States. . . 

Total  ..  . 


United  Kingdom 
!B.  W.  Indies... 

Hong  Kong  

Aust.  Hungary.. 

Belgium  

China  

Egypt  

France  

Germany  

Holland  

Italy  

Japan  

Portugal  

Spain  

Switzerland.  . 
Tuikey  in  Asia. 
United  States.  . 


Total. 


Blouses  and  shirt  waists. 


Cotton  bags  made  up  by  the 
use  of  the  needle,  not  other- 
wise provided  for   


United  Kingdom 

Hong  Kong  

Aust.  Hungary . 

Belgium  

France  

Germany  

Japan   

Switzerland.  . . . 
United  States. . . 


Total 


Lampwicks. 


United  Kingdom 

France  

United  States. . . 


Total. 


United  Kinpdom 
Aust.  Hungary.. 

France  

United  States.  . 

T.tal   


Lbs. 


32.10-1 

2,623 
864 
938 
250 
60,177 


102,956 


General  Tariff. 


Value. 


16,034 
1,152 
542 
433 
103 

31,374 


49,638 


87, 
38, 
2 

13, 


1 


o 

507, 


281 
Kid 

7>:i 

219 

097 

146 

201 

380  . 

070  ■ 

211 

2091 

241  . 

122  . 

270  . 

428 

17S1 

180  . 


2,438,797 


21,502 

355 
8.599 
11,273 
4,638 
195 
1,552 
120,437 


168,618 


1 02.905 
27 
94,007 


Lbs. 


7.491 

2,068 
110 
938 
250 
66,177 

77.034 


197,599  .  . 


5,137! 
14 
201 
14.423 

19.775 


Value. 

Duty. 

s 

-?  cts. 

3,016 

754  00 

839 

209  75 

71 

17  75 

433 

108  25 

103 

25  75 

31,374 

7,843  50 

35,836 

■ 

8,959  00 

46,740 

10,359  00 

100 

35  00 

789 

276  15 

2,231 

780  85 

4,042 

1,414  70 

146 

51  10 

261 

91  35 

13.945 

4,880  75 

3*. '.'70 

13,326  60 

182 

63  70 

17 

5  95 

759 

265  65 

122 

42  70 

270 

94  50 

1,013 

354  55 

178 

62  30 

1,505,377 

520,881  95 

1,634,248 

564.980  80 

3,600 

1,200  00 

7 

2  45 

355 

124  25 

6,333 

2,210  55 

2,176 

761  60 

4,638 

1,623  30 

273 

95  55 

120,437 

42,152  95 

137,819 

48,230  65 

2,315 

810  25 

28 

9  80 

94,007 

33,112  45 

96,950 

33,932  50 

29 

7  25 

14 

3  50 

201 

50  25 

14,423 

3,605  75 

14,667 

3,666  75 

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SESSIONAL  PAPER  No.  11 

of  Imports — Continued. 


TRADE  AND  NAVIGATION 


61 


for  Home  Consumption. 


Preferential  Tariff. 

Treaty  Rates. 

Total. 

(Quantity. 

\  alue. 

Duty. 

Quantity. 

V  alue. 

Tin*-*. 

Duty. 

i~\  4.**. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty 
Collected. 

Lbs. 
24,318 

$ 

12,866 

$  cts. 
2,251  67 

Lbs. 

265 
575 
754 

$ 

152 
356 
471 

$  CCS. 

34  20 
80  10 
10*5  O0 

Lbs. 

32,104 
2,643 
864 
938 
250 

66,177 

* 

16,034 
1,195 
542 
433 
103 

31,374 

$  cts. 

3,039  87 
289  85 
123  75 
108  25 
25  75 

7,843  50 



24,348 

12,866 

2,251  67 

1,594 

979 

220  30 

102,976 

49,681 

11,43*)  97 

678,944 

169,736  00 

44,026 

14,308  45 

769.710 
100 
789 
6,833 
5,697 
146 
261 
87,595 
38,076 
2,211 
209 
13,244 
12*2 
270 
4,928 
178 
1,505,377 

200, 103  45 
35  00 
276  15 
2,276  50 
1,952  60 
51  10 
91  35 
28,817  27 
13,326  60 
723  15 
68  35 
4,323  30 
42  70 
94  50 
1,626  95 
62  30 
526,881  95 

4,602 
1,655 

1,495  65 
537  90 

73,650 

23,936  52 

2,029 
192 
12,485 

659  45 
62  40 
4.057  65 

3,915 

1,272  40 

678,944 



169,736  00 

142,554 

46,330  42 

2,435.716 

781,053  22 

14,979 

3,744  75 

2,971 

965  60 

21,550 
7 

355 
8,599 
11,273 
4,638 
195 
1,552 
120,437 

5,970  35 
2  45 
124  25 
2,953  00 
3,718  05 
1,623  30 
63  40 
511  28 
42,152  95 

2,266 
9,097 

736  45 
2  956  45 

195 
1,279 

63  40 
415  73 

14,979 

3,744  75 

15,808 

5,157  63 

168.606 

57.119  03 

100,650 

25,162  50 

102,965 
28 
91,607 

25,972  75 
9  80 
33,112  45 

100,650 

25,162  50 

197,600 

59,095  00 

5,108 

893  93 

5,137 
14 
201 
14,423 

901  18 
3  50 
50  25 
3,605  75 



5,108 

893  93 

19,775 

4,560  68 

62 


CUSTOMS  DEPARTMENT  ii 

3  GEORGE  V.,  A.  1913 

Xo.  1. — General  Statement 


Articles  Imported. 


DUTIABLE  GOODS — Con. 

Cotton,  mfrs.  of — Con. 
Lace,  white  and  cream  col- 
oured  


Countries. 


Shawls.. 


Socks  and  stockings. 


Tape,  not  dyed  or  coloured 


United  Kingdom 

B.  India  

Hong  Kong  

Malta  

Aust.  Hungary. 

Belgium  

China  

France   

Germany  

Holland  

Italy  

Japan  

Portugal  

Switzerland  

Turkey  in  Asia  . 
Turkey  in  Eu- 
rope   

United  States. . . 


Total  Imports. 


Quantity. 


Total 


United  Kingdom 

Hong  Kong  

Aust.  Hungary. 

Germany  

Italy.   

Russia  in  Europe 
United  States. . . 


Total 


United  Kingdom 

Hong  Kong  

Aust. -Hungary.. 

China  

France  

Germany  

Italy  

Japan  

Switzerland. . . . 
United  States. . . 

Total  


Doz.  Prs. 
379,752 
206 
575 
1 

1,905 
248,088 

66 
1,445 

20 

109,079 


741,187 


United  Kingdom 

Belgium  

France  

Germany.   

Switzerland.  . . . 
United  States. . . 

Total  .... 


Value. 


911,746 
20 
22 
80 
75 
5,465 
160 
83,427 
152,065 
374 
12 
56 
3 

140,269 
1,556 

6 

40,182 


1,335,518 


1,128 
13 
208 
745 
70 
879 
48 


3,091 


452,872 
106 
511 
4 

2,954 
304,687 
103 
826 
28 

116,246 


878,337 


23,092 
59 
66 
1,853 
644 
14,918 

40,632 


Entered 


General  Tariff. 


Quantity.     Value.  Duty 


Doz.  Prs. 
90,439 
206 
575 
1 

1,905 
246,773 

66i 
1,445 

20 

109,227 


450,65} 


102,078 
20 
22 
80 
37 
1,149 
160 
9,143 
149,416 
374 
12 


3 

3,103 
1,556 

6 

4M.182 


307,341 


13 
208 
745 

70 
879 

48 


1,963 


108,944 
106 
511 
4 

2,957 
304,999 
103 
826 
28 

116,647 


535,125 


192 
59 
66 
1,853 
(144 
14,918 

17,732 


$  cts. 


20,415  60 
4  00 
4  40 
16  00 
7  40 
229  80 
32  00 
1,828  60 
29,883  20 
74  80 
2  40 


60 
620  60 
311  20 

1  20 

8,036  40 


61,468  20 


4  55 
72  80 

260  75 
24  50 

307  65 
16  80 


687  05 


38,130  40 
37  10 
178  85 
1 

1,034 
106,749 
36  05 
289  10 
9  80 
40,826  45 


40 

95 
65 


187,293  75 


48  00 
14  75 
16  50 
463  25 
161  00 
3,729  50 

4,i33  00 


11 

SESSIONAL  PAPER  No.  11 

of  Imports — Continued. 


TRADE  AND  NAVIGATION  63 


for  Home  Consumption. 


Preferential  Tariff. 

Treaty  Rates. 

Total. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty 
Collected. 

$ 

666,782 

$  cts. 
83,348  59 

$ 

139,656 

$  cts. 
24,439  80 

908,516 
20 
22 
80 
75 
5,465 
160 
83,468 
149,416 
374 
12 
56 
3 

138,613 
1,556 

6 

40,182 

$  cts. 

128,203  99 
4  00 
4  40 
16  00 
14  05 
985  10 
32  00 
14,835  50 
29,883  20 
74  80 
2  40 
9  80 
60 

24,335  06 
311  20 

1  20 
8,036  40 

38 
4,316 

6  65 
755  30 

74,325 

13,00b  90 

56 

9  80 

135,510 

23,714  46 

666,782 

83,348  59 

353,901 

61,932  91 

1,328,024 

206,749  70 

1,128 

282  00 

1,128 
13 
208 
745 
70 
879 
48 

282  00 
4  55 

72  80 
260  75 

24  50 
307  65 

16  80 

1.128 

9.R9.  oo 



• 

3,091 

969  05 

'  1   

Doz.  Pis. 
291,606 

346,804 

86,701  00 

Doz.  Prs. 



Doz.  Prs. 
382,045 
206 
575 
1 

1,905 
246,773 
66 
1,445 
20 

109,227 

455,748 
106 
511 
4 

2,957 
304,999 
103 
826 
28 

116,647 

124,831  40 
37  10 
178  85 
1  40 
1,034  95 
106,749  65 
36  05 
289  10 
9  80 
40,826  45 

291,606 

346.804 

86  701  00 

742,263 

881,929 

273,994  75 

 7  |             —  —  j  ■  -  —     —  ' 

22,900 

4,007  87 

23,092 
59 
66 
1,853 
644 
14,918 

4,055  87 
14  75 
16  50 
463  25 
161  00 
3,729  50 

22  sm 

4  007  87 



40,632 

8,440  87 

"    J        '    '  - 

J 

64 


CUSTOMS  DEI' ART  MUST 


11 


3  GEORGE  V.„  A.  1913 

Xo.  1. — General  Statement 


Articles  Imported. 


Countries. 


Total  Imports. 


DUTIABLE  GOODS — Con. 

Cotton,  mfrs.  of — Con. 
Tape,  dyed  or  coloured  . 


Towels. 


United  Kingdom 

Belgium  

Germany  

United  States. . 

Total  


United  Kingdom 
Hong  Kong. 
Aust. -Hungary.. 

France.. .   

•  iermany  

.Japan  

United  States. . 


Total 


Undershirts  and  drawers 


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


United  Kingdom 

Belgium  

France  

(iermany  

Japan  

Switzerland  

United  States. . . 


Total 


United  Kingdom 

France  

Switzerland  

United  States. . . 

Total  


Velvets,  velveteens,  and  plush 
fabrics,  X.O.P  


United  Kingdom 
Aust.  -  Hungary 

Belgium   

France  

( Jermany  

United  States. . 

Total  


Manufactures  of  cotton  of 
which  cotton  is  com|>onent 
material    of    chief  value, 

N.O.P  United  Kingdom 

B.  India  


Hong  Kong  

Msdta  

Newfoundland  1 
and  Labrador.  / 
Aust,  Hungary.. 

Belgium  

China  

Fgypt   

France  


Yds. 
395,976 
4,079 
72 


499.042 


2,252.21)4 
649 
9,834 
206,031 
39,235 
115,217 


2,653,230 


Quantity.  Value. 


5,26!) 
233 
389 

2,423 


Entered 


General  Tariff. 


Quantity.  Value 


8,314 


303,654 
17 
2K5 
128 
1,365 
1,689 
9,782: 


316.900 


13,300 
360; 
8,417 
960 
1,363 
1,002 
36, 087 ! 


61,189 


30,337 
623 
14 
7,243 


38,217 


622.492 
327 
1.690 
80,792 
22,669 
38,319 


766.289 


279,649 
4 

241 
10 

51 

979 
4,619 
26 
231 
12,852 


Yds. 


4,079 
72 

:»s. 


141, 818 


420 
8,667 
3,740 
61.715 
1 15,217 


275,069 


Duty. 


s 

I     cts . 

45 

14  65 

233 

75  75 

389 

126  45 

2,423 

787  46 

3,090 

1,004  31 

4,521 

1,356  30 

17 

5  10 

265 

79  50 

128 

38  40 

1,365 

409  50 

1,689 

506  70 

9,782 

2,934  60 

17,767 

5,330  L0 

1,448 

506  80 

360 

126  00 

8,417 

2,945  95 

960 

336  00 

1,063 

372  05 

1,002          350  70 

36,087 

12,630  45 

49,337 

17,267  95 

2,944 

736  00 

623 

155  75 

14 

3  50 

7,243 

1,810  75 

10,824        2,706  00 

34,949'      10,484  70 

245 

73  50 

803          240  90 

1,103 

330  90 

21,055 

6,316  50 

38,319.      11,495  70 

96,474      28,942  20 

45,591 

15,956  85 

4 

1  40 

241 

84  35 

10 

3  50 

51 

17  85 

979 

342  65 

1,507 

1,577  45 

•>c 

9  10 

231 

80  85 

13,270 

4.644  50 

ii  TRADE  AND  NAVIGATION 

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of  Imports — Continued. 


65 


for  Homk  Consumption. 


Preferential  Tariff. 

Treaty  Rates. 

Total. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty 
Collected. 

$  ' 
5,111 

$  CtS. 

1,277  75 

$ 

$  cts. 

$ 

5,156 
233 
389 

2,423 

$  cts. 

1,292  40 
75  75 
126  45 
787  46 

j  

I 



5,111 

1,277  to 

8,201 

2,282  06 

298,321 

59,664  20 

302,842 
17 
265 
128 
1,365 
1,689 
9,782 

61,020  50 
5  10 
79  50 
38  40 
409  50 
506  70 
2,934  60 



298,321 

59,664  20 

316,088 

64,994  30 

12,130 

2,729  75 

13,578 
360 
8,417 
960 
1,063 
1,002 
36,087 

1 

3,236  55 
126  00 

2,945  95 
336  00 
372  05 
350  70 
12,630  45 

12.130 

2.729  75 

61,467 

19,997  70 

'  I 

i 

Yds. 
356,184 

27,345 

4,785  64 

Yds. 

Yds. 

OA  4 

394,936 
4,079 
72 
98,915 

30,289 
623 
14 
7,243 

5,521  64 
155  75 
3  50 
1,810  75 

356,184 

27,345 

4,785  64 

498,002 

38,169 

7,491  64 

2,058,831 

543,941 

95,190  75 

100,659 
151 
1,051 
204,332 

43,954 
54 
787 
80,349 

12,087  3o 
14  85 
216  42 
22,096  19 

2,241,800 
571 
9  718 
208,072 
64.715 
115,217 

622,844 
299 
1  590 
81,452 
21,055 
38,319 

117,762  80 

88  35 

22.427  09 
6,316  50 
11,495  70 

2,058,83l|  543,941 

95,190  75 

306,193 

125,144 

34,414  81 

2,640,093 

.  765,559 

%  158,547  76 

232,753 

58,188  25 

278,344 
4 

241 
10 

51 
979 
4,507 
26 
231 
13,270 

74,145  10 
1  40 

84  35 
3  50 

17  85 
342  65 
1,577  45 
9  10 
80  85 
4,644  50 

1 1 — ii — 5 


66 


CUSTOMS  DEPARTMENT  ii 

3  GEORGE  V.,  A.  1913 
No.  1. — General  Statement 


articles  Imported. 


Countries. 


DUTIABLE  GOODS —  Con . 

Cotton,  mfrs.  of — Con  


Crapes,  black  mourning. 


Cuffs  of  cotton,  linen,  xylon 
ite,  xyolite  or  celluloid  


Curling  Btonefe  and  handles 
therefor  


Curtains  and  shams 
made  up,  trimmed 
trimmed  


when 


Cyclometers  ani  pedometers. 


Germany  

Italy  

Japan   

Miquelon  &  St. 

Pieire  

Russia  in  Europe 

Switzerland  

Trii>oli  (Turkey 

in  Africa)  I 

Turkey  in  Asia.. 
United  States.  . 


Total  Imports. 


Quantity. 


Value. 


Entered 


General  Tariff. 


Quantity .  |  Value. 


24,299 
263 
5,382 

25 
30 
78« 

12 

— 

460,616 


Total . 


United  Kingdom 

France  

Germany  

Switzerland  

United  States. . . 


Total 


United  Kingdom 
Aust.  Hungary.. 

Germany  

United  States. . . 


Total. 


United  States. 


United  Kingdom 

B.  India  

B.  Straits  Settle- 
ments   

Hong'Kong.  .  . 

Belgium   

China  

France  

Germany  

Italy  

Japan  

Sweden  

Switzerland  

United  States. . . 


Total . 


United  Kingdom 
United  States... 


Pairs 
24,685 
1,838 
437 
1,895 


28,855 


16 


Total. 


790,084 


10,585 
2,536 
27 
149 
149 


13,446 


2,935 
178 
56 
228] 

3,397 


220 


536,592 
24 

25 
36 
308 

25,109: 
662 
354 
1,133 
571 
38,285 
83,623 


686,216 


91 

74,258 
74,349  . 


Pairs 
1,182 
1,838 
437 
1,895 


S 

23,530 
263 
5,382 

25 
30 
788 

12 
7 

461,110 


Duty. 


556,057 


144 
19 
27 


149 

339 


118 

178 
56 
228 


5,352 


530 


16 


220 


8,192 
24 

25 
36 
308 
8 

3,353 
662 


10 
57 
2,594 
80,143 


§  cts. 

8,235  50 
92  05 
1,883  70 

8  75 
10  50 
275  80 

4  20 
2  45 
161,388  50 


194,619  95 


28  80 
3  80 
5  40 


29  80 
67  80 


44  25 
66  75 
21  00 
85  49 


217  49 


22  00 


2,867  20 
8  40 

8  75 
12  6C 
107  80 
2  80 
1,173  55 
231  70 


95,412 


73,372 
73.372 


3  50 
19  95 
907  90 
28,050  05 


33,394  20 


18,345  CO 
18,343  00 


ii 

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of  Imports — Continued. 


TRADE  AND  NAVIGATION 


67 


for  Home  Consumption. 


Preferential  Tariff. 

Treaty  Rates. 

Total. 

• 

Quantity . 

I       IT  1 

Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity . 

Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

uuzy 
Collected. 

$ 

f  cts. 

$ 

$  cts. 

$ 

23,530 
263 
5,382 

25 
30 
788 

12 

461,110 

$  cts. 

8,235  5o 
92  05 

1  "A 

o  10 

10  50 

275  80 

4  20 
2  45 

161,388  50 

232,753 

58,188  25 

788,810 

252,808  20 

8,925 

1,115  74 

1,411 
2,517 

246  93 
440  56 

10, 480 
2^536 
27 
149 
149 

444  36 
5  40 
26  08 
29  80 

149 

26  08 



8,925 

1,115  74 

4,077 

713  57 

13,341 

1,897  11 

Pairs. 
23  503 

2,817 

704  25 

Pairs . 

Pairs . 
24,685 
1,838 
437 
1,895 

2,935 
178 
56 
228 

748  50 
66  75 
21  00 
85  49 

23,503 

2,817 

704  25 

28,855 

3,397 

921  74 

16 

220 

22  00 

491,669 

122,917  25 

36,968 

12,014  60 

536,829 
94 

25 
36 
308 
8 

25,400 
662 
354 
1,133 
57 

38,285 
80,143 

137,799  05 

o  4U 

8  75 
12  60 
107  80 
2  80 
8,338  85 
231  70 
115  05 
368  50 
19  95 
12,50?  66 
28,050  05 

22,047 

7,165  30 

354 
1,123 

115  05 
365  00 

35,691 

11,599  76 

491,669 

122,917  25 

96,183 

31,259  71 

683,264 

187,571  16 

81 

14  17 

10 

2  24 

91 

73,372 

16  41 

18,343  00 

81 

14  17 

10 

2  24j   

73,463 

18,359  41 

H_ii_5l 


68  CUSTOMS  DEPARTUEST  ii 


3  GEORGE  V.,  A.  1913 

No.  1. — General  Statement 


Articles  Imported. 

Countries. 

Total  Imports. 

Entered 

Quantity. 

Value . 

General  Tariff. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty. 

DUTIABLE  GOODS — Con. 

Drugs,  Dyes,  Chemicals,  Medi- 
Acetone  and  amyl  acetate — 

Acids— Acetic  and  pyrolig- 
neous,   N.O.P.,  not 
exceeding  proof 
strength   

United  Kingdom 

Germany  

Holland  

$ 

401 
391 

6 

7  S"<? 

Ii 

391 
g 

7,876 

$  eta. 

LZV)  o  ) 

117  30 

1  ttJl 
L  oU 

2,362  80 

United  States. . . 

Total  . 

Si  R7A 

8,674 

2  602  20 

United  States. . . 
United  Kingdom 

Galls. 

19  QUO 

C  oils 

Oralis. 
1,305 

730 

195  75 

..     Acetic    and  pyrolig- 
neous,  in   excess  of 
strength  of  proof .... 

u     Acetic    and  pyrolig- 
neous,  crude,  of  any 
strength  not  exceed- 
ing 30  per  cent   

.■      PhrwTib.ite     not  medi- 

H            .1.      ..ill,        ll              111'      i  . 

1,977 
7 
4 
4 

010 

2,134 
32 
4 
5 

1,636 

a 
o 

i 

515 

1,611 
on 

4 

528 

1,859  48 

i  M) 

6  88 

Q  nit 

534  84 

Germany. 

Holland  

United  States. . . 

Total 

United  Kingdom 
United  States. . . 

Total  

o  r%or 

a,  i  Uo 

Z,  100 

O  1  fift 
J,  IDO 

&,  4 10  OO 

3,891 
1,028 

1,113 
202 

1,028 

202 

50  50 

i  (11  Q 

1  Q1K 

1,028 

202 

50  50 

United  Kingdom 
Germany.    .  . . 
United  States. . . 

Total   

Lbs. 
37,949 

1,639,670 

1,935 
60,970 

Lbs. 
2,800 
6 

1,639,670 

122 
4 

60.970 

24  40 
0  80 
12,194  00 

„     Mixed,  N.O.P  

1,677,625 

62,909 

1,642,476 

61,096 

12,219  20 

United  States. . . 

922,077 

28,075 

402,527 

10,712 

2,410  24 

75 

409  428 

3 

5,378 

75 

401",  428 

3 

5,378 

0  19 

1,023  58 

ii  Citric 

United  States. .  . 
Total  ..  . 

United  Kingdom 

409,503 

5,381 

409,503 

5,381 

1,023  77 

79,322 

5,647 

79,322 

5,647 

1,270  70 

26,418 
1,000 
261,292 

2,761 
162 
24,015 

2,390 
1,000 
261,292 

273 
162 
24,015 

54  60 
32  40 
4,803  00 

United  States. . . 
Total 

288,710 

26,938 

264,682 

24,450 

4,890  00 

United  States. . . 

1.615,180 

15,027 

1,615,180 

15,027 

4,037  96 

ii 

SESSIONAL  PAPER  No.  11 

of  Imports — Continued. 


TRADE  AND  NAVIGATION 


69 


for  Home  Consumption. 


Preferential  Tariff. 

Treaty  Rates. 

Total. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty 
Collected. 

$  cts. 

cts. 

$ 

401 
391 
6 

7,876 

$  cts. 

120  30 
117  30 
1  80 
2,362  80 

8,674 

2,602  20 

Galls. 

Galls. 

Galls. 
1,305 

730 

195  75 

1,080 

928 

1,171  67 

2,716 
6 
4 
4 

515 

2,539 
20 
4 
5 
528 

3,031  15 

7  36 
6  88 

8  00 
534  84 

1,080 

928 

1,171  67 

3,245 

3,096 

3,588  23 

i  1 1  q 

1,  llo 

loo  :>0 

* 

3,891 
1,028 

1,113 
202 

166  95 
50  50 

^  fiOl 

o,oy  i 

1  1  1  Q 

100  SIO 



4,919 

1,315 

217  45 

Lbs. 

OO,  OUST 

1,»44 

Lbs. 

Lbs. 
41,309 
6 

1,639,670 

2,066 
4 

60,970 

267  42 
0  80 
12,194  00 

38,509 

1,944 

243  02 

1,680,985 

63,040 

12,462  22 

402,527 

10,712 

2,410  24 

75 

409.428 

3 

5.378 

19 

1,023  58 

 —  j  —                              —  j—  ■■ 

409,503  5,381 

1,023  77 

79,322 

5,647 

1,270  70 

24,028 

2,488 

311  06 

26,418 
1,000 
261,292 

2,761 
162 
24,015 

365  66 
32  40 
4,803  00 

24,028 

2.4S8 

311  06 

288,710 

26,938 

5,201  06 

1,615,180 

15,027 

4,037  96 

70  CUSTOMS  DEPARTMENT 


3  GEORGE  V.,  A.  1913 

No.  1. — General  Statement 


Articles  Imported. 

Countries. 

Total  Imports. 

Entered 

Quantity. 

Value. 

General  Tar 
Quantity.  Value. 

a 

LT. 

Duty. 

D0T1ABLE  GOODS — Con. 

Drugs.  dye9,  &e.  —  Con. 
Acids— Other,  X.O.P  

Albumen  blood,  egg  albumen 

United  Kingdom 

Germany  

Italy  

United  States. . . 
Total   

United  Kingdom 

Lbs. 

291,306 
661 
1,540 
19,167 
5,083 
2,290 
4,438 
737,725 

I 

54,190 
87 
321 
6,970 
1,146 
84 
1,718 
37,048 

Lbs. 

11,273 
661 
1,540 
17,483 
5,094 
2,290 
4,438 
737,725 

$ 

1,694 
87 
321 
6,424 
1,169 
84 
1,718 
37,044 

$  Ct8. 

381  15 
19  60 
72  23 
1,445  40 
263  00 
18  90 
386  55 
8,335  16 

1,062,210 

101,564 

780,504 

48,541 

10,921  99 

1,184 
•_v.> 

1,706 
233 

2,834 
16,997 

900 
209 

1,706 
233 

2,834 
16,997 

90  00 
20  90 

170  60 
23  30 

283  40 
1,699  70 

Alum  in  bulk,  ground  or  un- 
ground,  but  not  calcined  ; 
and  sulphate  of  alumina,  or 

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

Denmark  

Total  

23,163 

22,879 

2,287  90 

United  Kingdom 
Belgium  

United  States  . 

Total  

United  Kingdom 
United  States. . . 
Total 

Argentina   

134,534 
2,205 
173,854 
6,603,598 

768 
26 
1,570 
60,087 

134,534 
2,205 
173,854 
6,603,598 

768 
26 
1,570 
60,087 

76  80 
2  60 
157  00 
6,008  70 

6,914,191 

62,451 

6,914,191 

62,451 

6,245  10 

25 
882 
550 

39 
237 
296 

882 
550 

237 
296 

41  50 
51  80 

1,457 

572 

1,432 

533 

93  30 

6,448 
14,485 

6,448 
14,485 

1,773  20 
3,983  39 

Dextrine,  dry  

United  States 
Total  

United  Kingdom 
United  states. . . 

Total  

United  Kingdom 
Belgium  

Holland  

United  States. . . 

Total  



20,933 

20,933 

5,756  59 

Oz. 

25 
10 

48 
40 

Oz. 

25 
10 

48 
40 

8  40 
7  00 

35 

88 

35 

88 

15  40 

Lbs. 
22,220 
46,  (WO 
387,043 
240,768 
1,150,434 

669 
2,460 
13,803 

34,647 

Lbs. 

710 
46,680 
401,143 
180,462 
1,109,834 

61 
2,460 

14,822 
6,272 

33,717 

6  10 
246  00 

1,482  20 
627  20 

3,371  70 

1.847,145 

59,821 

1,738,829 

57,332 

5,733  20 

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of  Imports — Continued. 


71 


eon  Home  Consumption. 


Preferential  Tariff. 


Treaty  Rates. 


Total . 


Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity . 

Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity. 

T  Urt 
Li  OS. 

288,847 

m 
9 

55,031 

$    cts . 
8,254  65 

T  U« 

9 

5>    cts . 

Li  03 . 

300,120 
661 
1,540 
17,483 
5,094 
2,290 
4,438 
737,725 

288,847 

55.031 

8,254  65 

1,069,351 

AdA 

134,534 
2,205 
173,854 
6,603.598 



- 

6,914,191 

25 

39 

5  85 

25 
882 
550 

Jo 

5  85 

1,457 

Oz. 

Oz. 

Oz. 

25 
10 

35 

libs. 
21,510 

(508 

30  40 

Lbs. 

Lbs. 
22,220 
46,680 
401,143 
180,462 
1,109,834 

21,510 

608 

30  40 

1,760,339 

Value. 

Duty 
Collected. 

$  eta 

56,725 
87 
321 
6,424 
1,169 
84 
1,718 
37,044 

8,635  80 
19  60 
72  23 
1,445  40 
263  00 
18  90 
386  55 
8,335  16 

103,572 

19,176  64 

1,364 
209 

1,706 
233 

2,834 
16,997 

113  20 
20  90 

170  60 
23  30 

283  40 
1,699  70 

23,343 

2,311  10 

0 

768 
26 
1.570 
60,087 

76  80 
2  60 
157  00 
6,008  70 

62,451 

6,245  10 

39 
237 
296 

5  85 
41  50 
51  80 

572 

99  15 

6,448 
H485 

1  773  20 
3,983  39 

20,933 

5,756  59 

48 
40 

8  40 
7  00 

88 

15  40 

669 
2,460 

14,822i 
6,272 

33,717j 

36  50 
246  00 

1,482  20 
627  20 

3,371  70 

57,940 

5,768  60 

72  CUSTOMS  DEPARTMEST 


3  GEORGE  V.,,  A.  1913 

No.  1. — General  Statement 


Articles  Imported. 

Countries. 

Total  Imports. 

Entered 

Quantity. 

Value. 

G 

Quantity. 

eneral  Tari 
Value. 

ff. 

Duty. 

DUTIABLE  GOOD8— Con. 

Drugs,  dyes,  kc.  —  Con. 
Gelatine  and  isinglass  

Glue,  powdered  or  sheet  

United  Kingdom 

Hong  Kong  

Aust. -Hungary.. 

Holland  

.Japan  

Lbs. 

237,841 
40 
10,320 
50,220 
40 
66,545 
24,953 
3,385 
4,252 
8. 430 
134,795 

54,177 

2 

1,814 
8,877 
10 
14,251 
8,821 
581 
1,330 
1,468 
41,414 

Lbs. 

10,076 
40 
7,450 
20.220 
46 
6,205 

25 
328 

•$ 

2,204 
2 

1,359 
4,558 
10 
1,764 

12 
60 

•5  cte 

606  10 
0  55 
373  72 
1,253  45 

2  75 
485  10 

9  <19^  <|A 

3  30 
16  50 

United  States. . . 
Total. 

United  Kingdom 

Aust.  -Hungary. . 

Belgium   

Denmark  

Germany  

Russia  in  Europe 

136,065 

42,148 

11,591  31 

r>4fl  ft97 

132,745 

91  r>  3A=i 

61,673 

16,960  68 

1  ,  Til 

9A 
Q  4  V 
56,026 

90,317 
363,212 
224,016 

11,165 
4,320 
405,979 

109,199 
4 

1,457 
7,099 
38 
S  89( 
23,003 
12,476 
76€ 
582 
35,032 

7ft  <i1  *i 

90 
Zv 

2,48? 

fiAA 

2,240 
409,572 

5,337 

4 

313 
38 
332 
26,186 

1,467  67 
1  10 
9  62 
86  07 
10  45 
91  30 
7,201  55 

Switzerland.  . . . 
United  States. . . 

405,979 

35,032 

9,633  80 

Total.  ... 
United  Kingdom 

2,693,518 

198,547 

899,9(3 

67,277 

18,501  56 

7,496 
159 
1.560 
3,902 
17 

30,151 

98 
159 

3,1(02 
17 

30,151 

20  95 
43  72 

OOQ  OR 

1,073  05 
4  67 
8,291  84 

Glycerine,  N.O.P  

Holland  

United  States, 

Total. 

43,285 

35,197 

9,679  48 

United  Kingdom 
Belgium  

United  States  . . 
Total   

United  Kingdom 

United  States. . . 

Total   

United  Kingdom 
Turkey  in  Asia  . 
United  States. . . 

Total  ... 

no,  81 4 
6.440 
5,370 

1  "i  1  47 

69,499 

32,097 
929 
1,290 

12,525 

5,392 
6,440 
5,370 

1 1  147 
lo,  HI 

27,121 

1,301 
929 
1,296 

9  Vlft 

5,265 

227  70 
162  60 
296  80 

41  <)  ft<* 

921  17 

196,270 

49,245 

57,470 

11,189 

1,958  12 

13,164 
10,500 
5,897 

5,436 
4,030 
1,578 

Opium  (crude)  

15,300 
897 

4,458 
413 

780  15- 
72  29 

29,561 

11,044 

16,197 

4,871 

852  44 

1,011 

2,634 
708 

5,623 
13,886 
3,839 

1,011 

3,138 
868 

5,623 
15,548 
4,692 

1,011  00 
3,138  00 
868  00 

4,353 

23,348 

5,017 

25,863 

5,017  00 

ii 

SESSIONAL  PAPER  No.  11 

of  Imports — Continued. 


TRADE  AND  NAVIGATION 


73 


for  Home  Consumption. 


Preferential  Tariff. 


Treaty  Rates. 


Total. 


Quantity. 

Value . 

Duty. 

Quantity . 

Value . 

Duty. 

T  Vic 

4ri  784 

ft  01 9  ^ 

Lbs. 
91  0Q4 

$ 

5  151 

O,  Ivl 

$  cts. 
1  987  75 

2,870 
22,784 

455 
4,131 

113  75 
1,032  75 

5/,hbS 

12,208 

3,06<  00 

ft  4^0 

1,926 

1  4f>8 

481  50 
1fi7  00 

900  1X9 

4^  784 

1°0  '^fi 

9'i  1Q*J 

6  14«)  75 

1,444,912 

101,322 

17,731  61 

31,613 

3,63C 

907  50 

17,928 

44  IVi 

1,915 
fi  111 

478  75 
1  598  9t 

1  f»fTi  K0S 

1 1  817 

Ai,  .'O.J  J-O 

1fi0  Ml 

1<)< » 1  AO 

2, 237 

4  871 

Q  019 

.',  VOL 

147 

9  9nK  00 

36  75 

1  M  "SO 

1,444,912 

101,322 

17,731  61 

417  99^ 

11  -'SO 

8  190  00 

6,461 

1 ,  loU  o I 

Q17 

914  9>S 

£01  ^O 

KQO 

179  fSO 

 1 

6,461 

1,130  81 



1,627 

406  75 

123,112 

34,423 

5,163  45 

123,112 

34,423 

5,163  45 

13,184 

5,381 

807  15 

13,184 

5,381 

807  15 



Quantity .  Value 


Lbs. 


Duty 
Collected . 


ctf . 


233,502 

53,139 

9,906  18 

40 

2 

0  55 

10,320 

1,814 

487  47 

49,010 

8,689 

2,286  20 

46 

10 

2  75 

63,933 

14,032 

3,552  10 

28,784 

9,556 

2,627  90 

25 

12 

3  30 

5,838 

1,986 

19S  00 

8,430 

1,468 

367  00 

136,065 

42,148 

11,591  31 

535,993 

132,856 

31,322  76 

1,555,040 

110,289 

20,106  78 

20 

4 

1  10 

18,487 

1,950 

488  37 

46,943 

6,426 

1,614  32 

600 

38 

10  45 

157,848 

12,169 

3,050  55 

409,572 

20, 180 

7,201  55 

160,513 

9,032 

2,258  00 

2,237 

147 

36  75 

4,871 

606 

151  50 

405,979 

35,032 

9,633  80 

2,762,110 

201,879 

44,553  17 

7,496 
159 
1,560 
3,902 
17 
30,151 


43,285 


1,392  01 
43  72 
411  75 
1,073  05 
4  67 
8,291  84 

11,217  04 


128,504 
6,440 
5,370 
13,147 
27,121 

35.724 
929 
1,296 
2,398 
5,265 

5,391  15 
162  60 
226  80 
419  85 
921  17 

180,582 

45,612 

7,121  57 

13,181 
15,300 
897 

5,381 
4,458 
413 

807  15 
780  15 
72  29 

29,381 

10,252 

1,659  59 

1,011 

3,138 
868 

5,623 
15,548 
4,692 

1,011  00 
3,138  00 
868  00 

5,017 

25,863 

5,017  00 

74 


CUSTOMS  DEPARTMENT  ii 

3  GEORGE  V.„  A.  1913 
No.  1. — General  Statement 


Articles  Imported. 


Countries. 


DUTIABLE  GOODS — Con. 

Drugs,  dyes,  &c. — Con. 
Gums-Other,  X.O.P   . . 


Liquorice,  in  paste,  rolls 
and  sticks,  not  sweetened, 
N.O.P  


Magnesia . 


Medicinal,  chemical  and  phar- 
maceutical preparations,  in 
eluding  proprietary  pre 
parations  (dry)  


Holland  

United  States. . 

Total  


Total  Imports. 


Quantity.  Value 


Lbs. 


5,000 
9,682 


14,682 


United  Kingdom 

Belgium  

France  

Holland  

Italy  

Turkey  in  Asia  . 
United  States. . . 

Total  


United  Kingdom 

Germany  

Holland  

Italy  

United  States. 

Total  .... 


United  Kingdom 
Hong  Kong  . . . 
Aust. -Hungary 

Belgium  , 

China  

France  

Germany  

Holland  

Italy  

Japan   

Switzerland. . . 
United  States. 


13,99 
4,35(. 
31,139 


4,812 
957,182 
763,844 


1,780,324 


46,729 
31,352 

126,374 
210 

320,127 


424,792 


Medicinal,  chemicaland  phar- 
maceutical preparations,  in- 
cluding proprietary  pre 
parations  (all  other)  


Total 


I  'nited  Kingdom 

Hong  Kong  

Aust. -Hungary  . 

Belgium  

China  

Denmark  

France  

Germany  

Holland  

Italy  

Japan  

Switzerland  

United  States. . . 

Total  


Entered 


General  Tariff. 


779 
2,358 


3,137 


2,569 
470 
2,416 


690 
76,574 
61,18o 


Lbs. 


8,776 


13,776 


14,892 
500 
27,760 
200 
4,812 
1,105,368 
763,844 


143,904  1,917,376 


2,809 
346 
1,261 
41 
9,246 


13,703 


353,057 
3,694 
406 
1,353 
1,848 
78,507 
18,937 
1,14" 
572 
3,162 
495 
476,330 


989,501 


21,750 
31,352 

126,374 
210 

22o,127 


399,813 


18,521 
77 


is 

3 


17,078 
3,827 
1,856 
10 
593 
12 
92.297 

13  4,322 


Value. 

Duty. 

77*1 

2,188 

382  90 

2,967 

519  26 

2,300 

517  50 

oo 

19  fin 

AR7  9/1 

99 

1  OH 
4  OO 

1  Kfi  3fi 

1Q9 

oo,  VOL 

1Q  nil  9n 

fil  1  St 
Ol,  LOO 

11  "fifi  fi.1 

10'*,'*/  t 

91  7^7  %'\ 
04,  t  ot  oo 

789 

1  OU  Otl 

346 

60  55 

1,261 

220  70 

41 

7  17 

9,246 

1,618  10 

11,676 

2,043  37 

i""  14V7 

1  1  "7fi  7^ 

J— O  lH7 

1U1  OO 

•wa  9t 

I,  ©TO 

ifi9  on 

lo,J*l  t/O 

1  si  AF^Q 

1  R1 1  7^ 
4,014  /O 

1  1  in 

J." in? 

-a 

» U  UU 

3.162 

790  50 

495 

123  75 

475  895 

118,973  50 

626,404 

150,601  00 

18,717 

9,358  50 

77 

38  50 

15 

7  50 

52 

26  00 

3 

1  50 

4 

2  00 

15,073 

7,536  50 

3,815 

1,907  50 

1,876 

938  00 

10 

5  00 

593 

296  50 

12 

6  CO 

91.43S 

45,719  00 

131,685 

65,842  50 

ii 

SESSIONAL  PAPER  No.  11 

of  Imports — Continued. 


TRADE  AND  NAVIGATION 


75 


for  Home  Consumption. 


Preferential  Tariff. 


Treaty  Rates. 


Total. 


Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty 
Collected. 

Lbs. 

1 

$  Cts. 

S  cts. 

Lbs. 
5,000 

8  77fi 

$ 

I 

779 

$  CtA. 

136  36 

2,188           382  90 

i            ..-  - 

1 -:?  77fi 

2,967 

519  26 

4,305 

386 

- 

57  90 

19,197 
500 
27,76C 
200 
4,812 
1,105,368 
763,844 

2,686 
56 

575  40 
12  60 

2,032           457  20 
22              4  95 
690           155  25 
88,192       19,843  20 
61,185       13,766  63 

4,305 

386 

57  90 

1,921,681 

154,863 

34,815  23 

24,979 

2,027 

304  05 

46,729 
126,374 
220,127 

2,809  ]           440  90 
346            60  55 
1,261           220  70 
41              7  17 
9,246         1,618  10 



24,979 

2,027 

304  05 

424,792 

13,703        2,347  42 

296,859 

59,371  80 

343,966 
3,694 
406 
1,353 
1,848 
72,966 
18,059 
1,140 
280 
3,162 
495 
475,894 

71,148  55 
923  50 
101  50 
338  25 
462  00 
18,241  50 
4,514  75 
285  00 
70  00 
790  50 
123  75 
118,973  50 

- 

296,859 

59,371  SO 

923,263 

215,972  80 

18,717 
77 
15 
52 
3 
4 

15,073 
3,815 
1,876 
10 
593 
12 
91,438 

9,358  50 
38  50 
7  50 
26  00 

1  50 

2  00 
7,536  50 
1,907  50 

938  00 

5  00 
296  50 

6  00 
45,719  00 

131,685 

65,842  50 

76  CUSTOMS  DEPARTMENT 


3  GEORGE  V.,  A.  1913 

Xo.  1. — General  Statement 


Articles  Imported 

Countries. 

Total  Imports. 

Entered 

Quantity. 

Value. 

General  Tariff. 

Quantity . 

Value. 

Duty. 

DUTIABLE  GOODS  —  Con. 

Drugs,  dyes,  &c.  —  Con. 

Medicinal,  chemical  and  phar- 
maceutical preparations,  in- 
cluding proprietary  prepar- 
ations (all  other)  non-alco- 
holic  

United  Kingdom 



$ 

$ 

S  cts. 

Liquid  preparations,  non- 
alcoholic for  disinfecting, 
dipping orspraying,  N.O.P. 

Milk  food  and  other  similar 
preparations  

44,614 

Total  

54,993 

United  Kingdom 

9,680 
213 
1,726 
10 
46,982 

1,080 
229 
1,726 
10 
47,167 

■ 

270  00 
57  25 
431  50 
2  50 
11,791  75 

Total  

58,611 

50,212 

12,553  00 

United  Kingdom 
Belgium ......  . 

89,351 
335 
905 

27,850 
104,752 

3,445 
335 
905 
30,721 
104,989 

861  25 
83  75 
226  25 
7,680  25 
26,247  25 

United  States. . . 
Total  



223,193 

140,395 

35,098  75 

United  Kingdom 

United  Kingdom 
United  States. . 

Total  

Oz. 

440 

1,142 

Potash  or  potassa,  bicarbona'  e 
of  

Lbs. 

314 
41 

1,742 

332 

Lbs. 

314 
41 

1,742 
332 



423  90 
55  35 

355 

2,074 

355 

2,074 

479  25 

Belgium  

5.058 
70,275 

372 
794 

5,058 
70,275 

372 
794 

65  10 
138  96 

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

United  States. . . 
Total  

75,333 

1,166 

75,333 

1,166 

204  06 

United  Kingdom 
United  States. . . 

Total.  .. 
United  Kingdom 

50 
6,025 

2 

273 

6,025 

273 

40  95 

Potash  cau:-tic,  in  packages 
less  than  25  lbs.  each  

6,075 

275 

6,025 

273 

40  95 

100 
551 
58 
42,184 

6 
84 
10 
1,572 

Pyroxylin  and  wood  naph- 
tha, preparations  of,  fur 
coating  imitation  leather, 
and  for  the  manufacture  of 
leather  belting  

551 
58 
42,184 

84 
10 
1,572 

12  60 
1  50 

235  80 

United  States. . . 
Total  

42,893 

1,672 

42,793 

1,666 

249  90 

United  States. . . 

11,532 

11,532 

1,153  20 

ii  TRADE  AND  NAVIGATION  77 

SESSIONAL  PAPER  No.  11 

ok  Imports — Continued. 


for  Homk  Consumption. 


Preferential  Tariff. 

Treaty  Rates. 

(Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity .  Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity. 

1 

$  cts. 

$ 

O  170 

y ,  i  t  & 
51,364 

2  368  00 

0U,0OO 

8,333 

1,666  60 

8.333        1.666  tiO 





86.071 

15.062  47 

86,071      15,062  47 

(_>z. 

1,142          171  30 

Oz. 

440 

Lbs. 

Lbs. 

Lbs. 

014 

41 

355 

70,275 

75,333 

50 

2 

20 

50 
6,025 

50 

2 

20 

6,075 

100 

6 

60 

100 
551 
58 
42.1S4 

100 

6 

60 

42,893 





Total. 


Value. 


9,472 
51,364 


60,836 


9,413 
229 
1,726 
10 
47,167 


58,545 


89,516 
335 
905 

30,721 
104,989 


226,466 


1,14: 


1,742 

332 

2,074 


372 
794 

1,166 


2 

273 
275 


6 
84 
10 
1,572 

1,672 


11,532 


Duty 
Collected. 


$  cts 


2,368  00 
12,841  00 


15,209  00 


1,936  60 
57  25 
431  50 
2  50 
11,791  75 

14,219  60 


15,923  72 
83  75 
226  2i> 
7,680  25 
26,247  25 


50,161  22 


171  30 


423  90 

55  35 

479  25 


65  10 
138  96 

204  06 


20 

40  95 

41  15 


60 
12  60 
1  50 
235  80 

250  50 


1,153  20 


78 


CUSTOMS  DEPARTMENT  ii 

3  GEORGE  V.„  A.  1913 

~So.  1. — General  Statement 


Articles  Tmtortep. 


DUTIABLE  GOODS — Con. 

Drugs,  dyes,  &c — Con. 
Raits,  glauber  


Soda,  bicarbonate  of . 


Soda  caustic,  when  in  pack 
ages  less  than  25  lbs.  each.. 


Sodium,  hyposulphite. 


Sulphuric  ether,  chloroform 
and  solutions  of  peroxide 
of  hydrogen  


Countries. 


Total  Imports. 


Quantity. 


Lbs. 


United  Kingdom  315,209 
United  States. . .  '  1,202,771 


Value . 


Total  I  1,517,980 


2,176 
5,678 


,854 


Entered 


General  Tariff. 


Quantity.  Value 


Lis 


1,202,771 


1,202,771 


United  Kingdom    4,239,306  41,178 
United  States. . .    1,109,093        10,556  1,109,039 


Total   5,348,399 


United  Kingdom 

Belgium  

Germany  

Holland  

United  States. . . 

Total  ! 


United  Kingdom 
United  States, . . 


44,207 
27<> 
374 
110 

73,399 


118,360 


Vaseline  and  all  similar  pre 
parations  of  ]>etroleum,  for 
toilet,  medicinal  or  other 
purposes  

Yeast  cakes  

Yeast,  compressed,  in  pack- 
ages weighing  less  than  50 
lbs  


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


Total . 


United  Kingdom 

Germany   I 

Holland  

Switzerland  

United  States . . . 

Total  


9,875 
18,010 
3,828: 
300 
185,832 


217.845 


United  Kingdom  . 

Belgium  

Germany  

United  States. 


Total. 


United  Kingdom 
United  States. . . 


160 

583 


Total. 


743 


United  Kingdom 
United  States. . .  | 

Total   


36 
50,721 


United  Kingdom  2,Simi 
United  States. . .  |  747,780 


Total . 


750,580 


51,734  1,109,039 


2,491 
33 
53 
15 

4,714 


7,306 


235 
3,224 


3,459 


5,362 
3,525 

MM 

65 
24,665 


34,421 


1,179 
63 
65 
18,177 


19,484 


82 
1<S7 


2t;<) 


10 

12,563 


12,573 


275 
176,177 

176,452 


575 
270 
374 
110 
72,899 


74,228 


1,381 
18,020 
3,828 
300 
185,832 


209,361 


583 


583 


50,711 


50,711 


747,780 
747,780 


5,678 


5.678 


10,556 


10,556 


144 

33 
53 
15 
4,660 


4,905 


3,224 


3,224 


514 

3,546 
804 
65 
24,665 


2!t.5!U 


731 
63 
65 
IS,  177 


19,036 


187 


is; 


12,560 
12,560 


176,177 
176,177 


ii  TRADE  AND  NAVIGATION 

SESSIONAL  PAPER  No.  11 

of  Imports — Continued. 


70 


fob  Home  Consumption. 


Preferential  Tariff. 


Treaty  Rates. 


Total. 


Quantity . 

Value. 

Duty. 

Quanti  ty. 

Value. 

Duty.  Quantity. 

Value. 

Lbs. 
315  209 

$ 

2,176 

$  cts. 
326  40 

Lbs. 

$ 

$  cts. 

,  Lbs. 

315,209 
1,202,/  71 

$ 

2  176 
5,678 

315,209 

2,176 

326  40 

1,517,980 

7,854 

4  239  406 

41,166 

6  174  90 

4,239,406 
1,109,039 

41  166 

10^556 

4,239,406 

41,166 

6,174  90 

5,348,445 

51,722 

48,632 

2,589 

258  90 

49,207 
270 
374 
110 

72,899 

2,733 
33 
53 
15 

4,660 

258  90 

48,632 

2,589 

122,860 

7,494 

235 

35  25 

235 
3,22i 

235 

35  25 



3,459 

8,494 

4,848 

727  20 

9,875 
18,020 
3,828 
300 
185,832 

5,362 
3,546 
'804 
65 
24,665 

8,494 

4,848 

727  20 

217,855 

34,442 

448 

67  20 

1,179 
63 
fin 

18,177 

448 

67  20 

19,484 

160 

82 

6  40 

160 

583 

82 
187 

160 

82 

6  40 

743 

269 

36 

10 

1  44 

36 
50,711 

10 
12,560 

36 

10 

1  44 

50,747 

12,570 

2,800 

275 

56  00 

2,800 
747,780 

275 
176,177 

2,800 

275 

56  00 

750,580 

176,452 

Duty 
Collected. 


$  cts 


326  40 
993  49 


1,319  89 


6,174  90 
1,847  34 

8,022  24 


280  50 
4  95 
7  95 
2  25 

699  00 


994  65 


35  25 
564  22 

599  47 


855  70 
886  50 
201  00 
16  25 
6,166  25 

8,125  70 


249  !)5 

15  75 

16  26 
4,544  25 

4,826  20 

6  10 
34  98 

41  38 


1  44 

3,042  66 

3,044  10 


56  00 
22,433  40 

22,489  40 


80 


CUSTOMS  DEPARTMENT  ii 

3  GEORGE  V.,,  A.  1913 

No.  1. — General  Statement 


Articles  Imported. 


Cquntriks. 


Total  Imports 


Quantity.  Value. 


dutiable  goods— Con. 

Drugs,  dyes,  &c  — Con. 

All  other  drugs,  dyes  and 
chemicals,  &c.  not  other- . 
wise  provided  for   . .  •  L 


Earthenware  and  Chinaware— 
(See  bricks  and  tiles.) 
Brown  or  coloured  earthen 
and  stoneware,  and  Rock- 
ingham ware  


nited  Kingdom 
B.  W.  Indies.... 
Hong  Kong.  . . . 
Aust. -Hungary. . 

Belgium  

China  

France  

Germany  

Holland  

Italy  

Japan   

Norway  

Sweden  

Switzerland  

Turkey  in  Asia . . 
United  States. . . 


Total. 


C.  C.  or  cream  coloured  ware 
decorated,    printed  or 
sponged,  and  all  earthen 
ware,  N.O.P  


United  Kingdom 

France   

Germany  

Holland  

Japan  

United  States. . 


Total. 


Demijohns,  churns  or  crocks.. 


United  Kingdom 
Hong  Kong... 
Aust.  Hungary 

Belgium  

China  

Denmark  

Egypt  

France  

Germany  

Holland  

Italy  

Japan  

United  States. . 


Total . 


United  Kingdom 

China  

Holland  

United  States. . . 


Total. 


Entered 


General  Tariff. 


338,532 
172 
73 
2,180 
6,453 
803 
14,209 
59,099 
6,677 
491 
3,203 

874 
13,947 
54 

569,886 


1,016,750 


13,292 
181 
48 
37 
461 
41,189 


55,211 


131,854 
417 
1,840 
1,152 
55 
20 
25 
1,030 
13,527 
571 
82 
6,702 
38,162 


195,437 


248 
8 

30 
4,357 

4,643 


Value. 

Duty. 

* 

37,833 

6.620  80 

61 

10  68 

73 

12  80 

S7fi  2r) 

U(  'J  £t*> 

1  19»l  10 

i  .  l— ■  IV 

1  sen 

")  1  1 

Oi  ft  11 

10  OMM  4"i 

6,677 

1,168  50 

491 

85  90 

3,203 

560  55 

1  23 

874 

152  95 

13,947 

2,440  75 

54 

9  45 

\J\fiJf  •  1  —  ' 

OQ  (i-ll  0") 

714 

i  l7jt>Oi 

1  4^ 

-to  *J\f 

*A  80 

1  4  40 

^7 

n  in 
1 1  i  \j 

4^1 

LOO  O'J 

1  9  70 

42,076 

12,622  80 

4,321 

1    Oft/?  OA 

.11  7 

1 9%  1 0 

1 

L,o-tU 

Uu 

1.112 

333  60 

55 

16  50 

20 

6  00 

25 

7  50 

1,030 

309  00 

13,410 

4,023  00 

566 

169  80 

82 

24  60 

6,713 

2,013  90 

38,162 

11,448  60 

67,753 

20,325  90 

8 

2  40 

2 

0  60 

4,357 

1,307  10 

4,367 

1,310  10 

ii 

SESSIONAL  PAPER  No.  11 

of  Imports — Continued. 


TRADE  AND  NAVIGATION 


81 


for  Home  Consumption. 


Preferential  Tariff. 

Treaty  Rates. 

Total. 

Quantity.  Value. 

Dutv 

Quantity . 

Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity . 

Value. 

Duty 
Collected. 

$ 

299,014 
106 

$  cts. 

44,852  10 
15  90 

$ 

$  cts. 

$ 

336,847 
167 
73 
2,150 
6,453 
893 
14,829 
57,711 
6,677 
491 
3,203 
7 

874 
13,947 
54 

569,326 

$  cts. 

51,472  90 
26  58 
12  80 
376  25 
1,129  10 
156  30 
2,595  10 
10,099  45 
1,168  50 
85  90 
560  55 
1  23 
152  95 
2,440  75 
9  45 
99,634  05 

299,120 

44,868  00 

1,013,702 

169,921  86 

13,155 

2,631  00 

13,300 
196 
48 
37 
461 
41,189 

2,674  50 
58  80 
14  40 
11  10 
138  30 
12,356  70 

13,155        2,631  00 

55,231 

15,253  80 

123,991 

24,798  20 

• 

128,312 
417 
1.840 
1,112 
55 
20 
25 
1,030 
13,410 
566 
82 
6,713 
38,162 

26,094  50 
125  10 
552  00 
333  60 
16  50 

6  00 

7  50 
309  00 

4,023  00 
169  80 
24  60 
2,013  90 
11,448  60 

123.991 

24,798  20 

191,744 

45,124  10 

248 

49  60 

248 
8 
2 

4,357 

49  60 
2  40 
0  60 
1,307  10 

24.S 

49  60 

4,615 

1,359  70 

11 — ii — 6 


82 


CUSTOMS  DEPARTMENT  ii 

3  GEORGE  V.r  A.  1913 

No.  1. — General  Statement 


Articles  Imported. 


DUTIABLE  GOODS — Con. 

Earthenware,  &c. — Con. 

Tableware  of  china,  porce- 
lain, white  granite  or  iron- 
stoneware   


Chinaware,  to  be  silver  mount- 
ed, imported  by  manufac 
turers  of  silverware  


Countries. 


Total  Imports. 


Quantity. 


United  Kingdom 

B.  India  

Hong  Kong  

Aust.  Hungary. . 

Belgium  

China  

Denmark  

France  

Germany  

Holland  

Italy  

Japan  

Norway  

Switzerland  

Turkey  in  Asia. . 
Turkey  in  Eu- 


rope  

United  States. . 

Total  

United  States. 


China  and 
N.O.P... 


porcelain  ware, 


Tiles  or  blocks  of  earthen 
ware  or  stone  prepared  for 
mosaic  flooring  


Earthenware  tiles,  N.O.P. . . 


United  Kingdom 

Hong  Kong  

Aust.  Hungary. . 

Belgium  

China  

Egypt  

France    

Oermany  

Holland  

Italy  

Japan  

United  States. . . 


Total. 


United  Kingdom 

Belgium  

France  

Germany  

Italy  

United  States. . . 


Total. 


United  Kingdom 
France  


1  lermany  

Holland  

Portugal  

United  States.  . 


Total . . , 


Value . 


Entbbkd 


General  Tariff. 


1,195,894 
8 

1,247 
58,876 
7,083 
121 
51 

130,731 
259,445 
3,251 
429 
70,911 
29 
18 
37 

6 

36,813 


1,764,953 


211 


29,073 
142 
1,102 
121 

56 
40 
750 
10,752 
33 
•  39 
4,499 
13,188 


29,849 
468 
2,215 
554 
683 

94,956 


128,725 


82,433 
103 
176 
3 
6 

73,576 
156.297 


Quantity.     Value.  Duty 


39,578 
8 

1,247 
55.654 
7,083 
121 
51 

130,838 
262,602 
3,254 
429 
71,389 
29 
18 
37 

6 

35,321 


607,665 


21; 


2,15?. 

142 
1.123 
121 
56 
40 
750 
10,750 
33 
39 
4,523 
13,200 


33,230 


315 
468 
2,511 
554 
683 
94,026 


!'V'57 


1,557 
103 
176 
3 
6 

74,659 
76,504 


cts. 


10,883  95 
2  20 
342  95 
15,304  bb 
1,948  80 
33  27 
14  00 
35,980  45 
72,215  42 
894  bb 
118  00 
19,632  00 
8  00 
4  95 
10  15 

1  65 
9,713  30 


167,108  79 


48  83 


735  90 
42  60 
336  90 
36  30 
16  80 
12  0u 
225  00 
3,225  00 
9  90 
11  70 
1,356  90 
3,960  00 

9,969  00 


94  50 
140  40 
753  30 
166  20 
204  90 
28,207  80 


29,567  10 


544  95 
36  05 
61  60 

1  05 

2  10 
26,130  65 

26,776  40 


ii  TRADE  AND  NAVIGATION  83 

SESSIONAL  PAPER  No.  11 

OF  In PORTS — Continued. 


for  Home  Consumptions 


Preferential  Tariff. 


Treaty  Rates. 


Total. 


Quantity . 

Value. 

Duty.  Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity. 

$ 

$  Ct8. 

173,222  70 

$ 

8  cts. 





1,154,318 

173,222  70 



1 

27,040 

5,408  00 

27,010 

5, J08  00 

29,358 

5,871  60 

29,35S 

5,871  60 

81,017 

20,254  25 

81,017 

20,254  25 

Value. 

Duty 
Collected. 

% 

$  Ct8. 

1  1Q4  IQfi 

8 

55,654 
7,083 
I2l 
51 

130,838 
262.602 
3,254 
429 
71,389 
29 
18 
37 

2  20 

15,304  85 
1,948  80 
33  27 
14  00 
35,980  *45 
72,215  42 
894  85 
118  00 
19,632  00 
8  00 
4  95 
10  15 

6 

35,321 

1  fin 

9,713  30 

1,762,483 

340,331  49 

217 

48  83 

29,493 
142 
1  1  9'4 

121 

ou 
40 
750 
10,750 
33 
39 
4,523 

6,143  90 
42  60 

36  30 

12  00 
225  00 
3,225  00 
9  90 
11  70 
1,356  90 

Q  OCA  nr> 

HO  970 

1 5  377  00 

29,673 
468 
2,511 
554 
683 

94,026 

5,966  10 
140  40 
753  30 
166  20 
204  90 
28,207  80 

127,915 

35,438  70 

82,574 
103 
176 
3 
6 

74,659 

20,799  20 
36  05 
61  60 

1  05 

2  10 
26,130  65 

157,521 

47,030  65 

11 — ii — 6^ 


84 


CUSTOMS  DEPARTMENT 


11 


3  GEORGE  V.-  A.  1913 

No.  1. — General  Statement 


Articles  Imported. 


Countries. 


Total  Imported. 


Quantity. 


dutiable  goods— Con. 

Earthenware,  &c. — Con. 

Manufactures  of  earthenware, 
N.O  P  


Eggs, 


United  Kingdom 

Hong  Kong  

Aust.  Hungary.. 

Belgium  

China  

France  

Germany  

Holland  

Italy   

Japan  

Switzerland  

Turkey  in  Asia  . 
United  States. . . 


Total . 


United  Kingdom 

Hong  Kong  

China  

Japan   

United  States. . . 

Total  


Elastic,  round  or  flat,  including 
garter  elastic  


.Electric  light  carbons  and  car- 
bon points,  of  j  all  kinds, 
N.O.P  


Incandescent  lamp  bulbs  and 
glass  tubing  for  use  in  the 
manufacture  of  incandes 
cent    lamp?.,   and  mantel 
stocking  for  gas  light . .  . 


United  Kingdom 

France  

Germany  

Switzerland  

United  States. . . 


Total. 


United  Kingdom 
Aust.  Hungary. 

Belgium  

France   


vxermany  

Norway  

United  States. 

Total .... 


United  Kingdom 
Aust.  Hungary. 

Belgium  

France.  

Germany  

Holland  

United  States. . . 


Doz. 
26 
59,929 
8,779 
25 

7,509,067 


7,577,826 


M . 

533 
6 
77 
85 
1,155 
5 

1,503 


3,364 


Total . 


Value. 


Entered 


General  Tariff. 


Quantity.  Value, 


79,184 
47 
803 
1,617 
62 
944 
11,170 
322 
69 
6,637 
315 
204 
120,472 


221,846 


72 
2,786 
792 
2 

1,621,367 


Doz. 


59,929 
16,021 
25 

7.476,247 


2,786 
1,806 
2 

1,613,108 


1,625,019    7,552,222  1,617,702 


146,559 
962 
612 
19 
43,395 


191,547 


8,198 
34 
952 
1,346 
17,989 
95 
28,517 


M, 
412 
1 
77 
34 
896 
5 

1,522 


57,131 


278 
18,053 
1,533 
191 
608 
4,810 
99,081  I 

124,554 


2,947 


1,194 

353 
612 
19 
43,395 


45,573 


5,617 
6 
952 
188 
17,202 
95 
28,532 


r»2..v.»2 


16" 
16,567 


191 
394 
4,578 
99.  i>41 

120,931 


Total. 


$  cts. 


3,659 

1,097  70 

47 

14  10 

715 

214  50 

1,657 

497  10 

62 

18  60 

944 

283  20 

11,250 

3,375  00 

303 

90  90 

69 

20  70 

6,581 

1,974  30 

315 

94  50 

204 

61  20 

120,738 

36,221  40 

146,544 

43,963  20 

1,797  87 
480  63 
0  75 
224,287  41 


226,566  66 


417  90 
123  55 
214  20 
6  65 
15,188  25 


15,950  55 


1,965  95 
2  10 
333  20 
65  80 
6,020  70 
33  25 
9,986  20 


18,407  20 


16  00 
1,656  70 


19  10 
39  40 
457  80 
9,904  10 

12,093  10 


n 


TRADE  AND  NAVIGATION 


85 


SESSIONAL  PAPER  No.  11 

of  Imports — Continued. 


for  Home  Consumption. 


Preferential  Tariff. 


Treaty  Rates. 


Total. 


• 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity. 

$ 

76,426 

$  cts. 
15,285  20 

$  cts. 

76,426 

15.285  20 

Doz. 

26 

72 

52 

Doz. 

26 
59,929 
16,021 

25 

7,476,247 

26 

72 

52 

7,552,248 

145,121 

36,280  25 

227 
609 

73  80 
197  90 

145,121 

36,280  25 

836 

271  70 

M. 

61 

1,825 

410  72 

M. 

58 
5 

448 

28 

145  60 
9  10 



M. 

531 
6 
77 
83 
896 
5 

1,522 

49 

1,131 

367  59 

61 

1,825 

410  72 

112 

1,607 

522  29* 

'    :  3,120 

118 

5  90 

118 

5  90 

Value. 


Duty 
Collected. 


80,085 

16,382  90 

47 

14  10 

715 

214  50 

1,657 

497  10 

62 

18  60 

944 

283  20 

11,250 

3,375  00 

303 

90  90 

69 

20  70 

6,581 

1,974  30 

315 

94  50 

204 

61  20 

120,738 

36,221  40 

222,970 

59,248  40 

72 

0  52 

2,786 

1,797  87 

1,806 

480  63 

2 

0  75 

1,613,108 

224,287  41 

1,617,774 

226,567  18- 

146,542 
962 
612 
19 
43,395 


191,530 


7,890 
34 
952 
1,319 
17,202 
95 
38,532 


56,024 


278 
16,567 


$  cts. 


36,771  95- 
321  45 
211  20 
6  65- 

15,188  25 

52,502  50- 


2,522  27 
11  20 
333  20 
433  39 
6,020  70 
33  25 
9,986  20 

19,340  21 


21  90' 
1,656  70 


191 
394 
4,578 
99,041 

121,049 


19  Itt 
39  40 
457  80 
9,904  10' 

12,099  00- 


i 


86 


CUSTOMS  DEPARTMENT  ii 

3  GEORGE  V.„  A.  1913 

No.  1. — General  Statement 


Articles  Imported. 


DUTIABLE  GOODS — Con. 

Electric  apparatus,  N.O.P..  in- 
sulators of  all  kinds,  &c,  elee 
trie  and  galvanic  batteries  : 
telegraph  and  telephone  ins 
truinents  -  


Eleotric,  motors,  generators,  dy- 
namos and  sockets  


Countries. 


Total  Imports. 


Quantity. 


United  Kingdom 
Australia  &  Tas- 


mania   

B.W.  Indies.... 
Newfoundland  & 

Labrador  .... 
Aust.  Hungary.. 

Belguim   

France  

Germany  . 

Holland  

Italy   

Japan   

Norway  

Sweden  

Switzerland  

United  States. . . 


Total. 


Embroideries, 
provided  for 


not  otherwise 


United  Kingdom 

France   

Germany  

Italy  .  .*.  

Sweden  

United  States . . . 


Total 


United  Kingdom 

Hong  Kong  

Aust. -Hungary.. 

Belgium  

China  

France  

( Germany  

Italy  

Japan  

Spain  

Switzerland  .... 

Tripoli  (Turkey 
in  Africa)  

Turkey  in  Asia.. 

Turkey  in  Eu- 
rope   

United  States. .. 


Emery  and  carborundum  wheels 
and  manufactures  of  emery  or 


Total. 


carborundum. 


United  Kingdom 
Germany.. .  . 
United  States. 


Total . 


Value. 


543,982 

600 
135 

72 
5,815 
2,704 
8,110 
29,369 
526 
3,336 
18 
328 
66,212 
1,995 
4,012,873 


4,676,075 


75,641 
2,225 
3,891 
18 
30,916 
870,674 


983,365 


42,632 
215 
1,252 
2,722 
181 
13,983 
18,030 
63 
14,760 
789 
17,344 

15 

63 

275 
2S.257 


140,581 


244 

30 

laV-V.) 


105,833 


Entered 


General  Tariff 


Quantity.  Value 


Duty. 


cts. 


41,015      11,279  12 


135 

37  10 

47 

12  95 

4,008 

1,102  20 

2,503 

688  30 

1,361 

374  30 

28,816 

7,924  40 

526 

146  65 

3,336 

917  40 

328 

90  20 

95 

26  13 

6 

1  65 

3,975,328 

1,093,218  04 

4,057,504  1,115,818  44 

735 
17 
3,891 
18 
1,863 
870,833 


202  15 
4  67 
1,070  00 
4  95 
512  32 
239,480  28 


877,357     241,274  37 


13,724 

4,803 

40 

215 

75 

25 

83 

29 

05 

571 

199 

85 

181 

63 

35 

2,868 

1,003 

80 

16,819 

5,886 

65 

63 

22 

05 

922 

322 

70 

789 

276 

15 

1,672 

585 

20 

15 

5 

25 

63 

22 

05 

275 

% 

25 

28,281 

9,898 

35 

66,541 1      23,289  35 


123  30  75 

30  7  50 

105,559  26,389  75 

105,7121  26,428  00 


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for  Home  Consumption. 


Preferential  Tariff. 

Treaty  Rate^. 

Total. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty 
Collected. 

499,720 

$  cts. 
74,958  00 

S 

2,943 

$  cts. 
735  75 

$ 

543,678 

$  cts. 
86,972  87 

135 

47 

5,815 
2,704 
8,179 
28,816 
526 
3,336 
18 
328 
64,600 
1,649 
3,975,328 

37  10 

12  95 
1,553  95 
738  55 
2,078  80 
7,924  40 
146  65 
917  40 
4  50 
90  20 
16,152  38 
412  40 
1,093,218  04 

1,807 
201 
6,818 

401  75 
50  25 
1,704  50 

18 

4  50 

o4,o0o 
1,643 

lb,  IZb  25 
410  75 

_lOQ  7 OA 

i  4,  WOO  uu 

77,935 

19,483  75 

4,635,159 

1,210,260  19 

75,530 

11,329  50 

15 

Z,  JUS 

3  75 
OOJ  uu 

76,280 
2,225 
3,891 
18 

29,741 
870,833 

11,535  40 
556  67 
1,070  00 
4  95 
7,481  82 
239,480  28 

27,878 

o,yoy  00 





75,530 

11,329  50 

30,101 

7,525  25 

982,988 

260,129  12 

8,145 

2,036  25 

20,400 

5,661  91 

42,269 
215 
1,412 
2,722 
181 
13,983 
16,819 
63 
14,760 
789 
16,854 

15 
63 

275 
28,281 

12,501  56 
75  25 
394  52 
793  20 
63  35 
4,083  25 
5,886  65 
22  05 
4,129  88 
276  15 
4,820  37 

5  25 
22  05 

96  25 
9,898  35 

1,329 
2,151 

365  47 

CCAO  OK 

593  35 

ll,H5 

3,079  45 

13,838 

3,807  18 

15,182 

4,235  17 

8,145 

2,036  25 

64,015 

17.742  53 

138,701 

43,068  13 

121 

21  17 

244 

30 

105,559 

5,192 
7  50 
26,389  75 

121 

21  17 

105,833 

26,449  17 

88 


CUSTOMS  DEPARTMENT  ii 

3  GEORGE  V.„  A.  1913 

No.  1. — General  Statement 


Articles  Imported. 


DUTIABLE  GOODS — Con. 

Express  parcels  of  small  value. 


Fancy  goods,  viz. — 

Alabaster,  spar,  amber,  terra 
cotta,  or  composition 
ornaments   


United  Kingdom 

Hong  Kong  

Aust. -Hungary.. 

Belgium  

China  

France  

Germany  

Italy  

Japan   

Switzerland 
United  States. .  . 


Bead  ornaments. 


Boxes,  fancy,  ornamental 
cases  and  writing  desks, 
&c . . .  .•  


Countries. 


United  Kingdom 
Newfoundland  & 

Labrador  

United  States. .. 

Total  


Total . 


United  Kingdom 
Aust.-Aungary. . 

Belgium  

France  

Germany  

Italy  

Japan   

United  States. . . 


Total 


United  Kingdom 

B.  India  

Hong  Kong  

Aust. -Hungary.. 

Belgium  

China  

Cuba   

France  

Germany  

Japan   

Portugal  

Switzerland  

Turkey,  in  Asia. 
United  States. . . 


Total . 


Total  Imports. 


Quantity. 


Value. 


3,186 

470 
1,897,235 


1,900,891 


7,799 
4 

917 
739 
135 
9,485 
2,932 
659 
216 
196 
28,337 


51,419 


7.995 
2,062 
767 
6,247 
2,135 
46 
15 
9,248 


28,516 


91,625 
38 
203 
1,198 
747 

180* 

10,03J< 
70,419 
6,920 
21 
511 
24 

132.1 'US 
314,039 


Entered 


General  Tariff. 


Quantity.  Value 


Duty. 


$  cts. 


470 

1,897,235 


107  87 
531,254  57 


1,897,705     531,362  44 


1,797 
4 

330 
334 
135 
1,863 
2,932 
635 


28,337 


36,394 


2,184 
490 
284 
1,633 
2,135 
46 
15 
9,401 


16,188 


10,068 
38 
203 
486 
729 
20 
1F0 
1,294 
70.337 
1,809 
21 
124 
24 

131,977 
217,310 


539  10 
1  20 

99  00 
100  20 

40  50 
558  90 
H79  60 
190  50 


8  10 
8,501  10 


10,918  20 


655  20 
147  00 
85  20 
489  90 
640  50 
13  80 
4  "50 
2,820  30 


4,856  40 


3,523  80 
13  30 
71  05 
170  10 
255  15 
7  00 
63  00 
452  90 
24,617  95 
633  15 

7  35 
43  40 

8  40 
46,191  95 

76,058  50 


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89 


fob  Home  Consumption. 


Preferential  Tariff. 

Treaty  Rates. 

Quantity . 

Value.  Duty. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty. 

v^uantity. 

3,186 

.1  cts 
730  43 

$ 

$  cts. 

3,186 

730  43 

2,348 

469  60 

3,665 

1,007  87 

587 
405 

161  42 
111  37 



7,623 

2  096  50 

24 
169 

6  60 
oy  w 
46  47 





2,348 

469  60, 

12,689 

3,489  63 

1,415 

281  00 

4,396 
L572 
'483 
4,614 

1  208  90 

La/  iU\J\J  *7\-' 

432  30 
132  82 
1  268  98 

1,415 

283  00 

11,065 

3,043  10 

79,927 

17,983  93 

1,120 

336  00 

712 
18 

213  60 
5  40 

7,422 

2,226  60 

5,111 

1,533  3»i 

287 

86  10 

79,927 

17,983  93 

14,670 

4,401  00 

Total. 


3,186 

470 
1,897,235 


1,900,891 


Duty 
Collected. 


$  cte. 

730  43 

107  87 
531,254  57 


532,092  87 


7,810 

2,016  57 

4 

1  20 

917 

260  42 

739 

211  57 

135 

40  50 

9,486 

2,655  40 

2,932 

879  60 

659 

197  10 

216 

59  40 

196 

54  57 

28,337 

8,501  10 

K1    A  Ol 

51,431 

14,877  43 

7,995 

2,147  10 

2,062 

579  30 

767 

218  02 

6,247 

1,758  88 

2,135 

640  50 

46 

13  »0 

15 

4  50 

9,401 

2,820  30 

28,668 

8,182  40 

91,115 

21,843  73 

38 

13  30 

203 

71  Q5 

1,198 

383  70 

747 

260  55 

20 

7  00 

180 

63  00 

8,716 

2,679  50 

70,337 

24,617  95 

6,920 

2,166  45 

21 

7  36 

411 

129  50 

24 

8  40 

131,977 

46,191  95 

311,907 

98,443  43 

90 


CUSTOMS  DEPARTMENT  ii 

3  GEORGE  V.,.  A.  1913 
No.  1. — General  Statement 


Articles  Imported. 


Countries. 


DUTIABLE  GOODS — Con. 

Fancy  goods — Con. 

Braids,  cords,  fringes,  tassels, 
N.O.P  


Tinsel  thread  and  tinsel  wire, 
for  the  manufacture  of 
braids,  cords,  tassels, 
ribbons  or  trimmings  


Cases  for  jewellery,  watches, 
silverware,  plated  ware 
and  cutlery  


Fans. 


Feathers,  fruits,  grains, 
leaves  and  flowers,  artificial, 
suitable  for  ornamenting 
hats  


United  Kingdom 

Hong  Kong  

Aust.-  Hungary.. 

Belgium  

France  

Germany  

Italy  

Japan  

.Switzerland  

United  States. . . 


Total 


Total  Imports. 


Quantity. 


United  Kingdom 

France..   

Germany  

United  States. . . 


Total 


United  Kingdom 

Hong  Kong  

Aust. -Hungary.. 

Belgium  

France  

Germany  

Switzerland  

United  States-. . 


Total . 


United  Kingdom 
Hong  Kong. . . . 
Aust. -Hungary.. 

Belgium  

China  

France  

Germany  

Italy  

Japan  

Spain  

United  States. . . 


Total  

United  Kingdom 
Hong  Kong. .  . . 
Aust. -Hungary.. 

Belgium  

France 

<  iermany  

Japan   

Switzerland  

I'n i ted  States. . . 

Total  


Value . 


239,705 
49 
9,917 
8,259 
70,107 
132,624 
1,049 
121 
13,444 
204,279 


679,554 


775 
10,167 
685 
701 


12,328 


2,183 
16 
74 
333 
1,340 
7,358 
9 

14,599 


25,912 


1, 


2, 


721 
173 
455 
1 

314 

283 
627 
6 
599 
55 
567 


9,801 


186 
4, 

80, 
76, 

1, 
13u, 


439 
55 
901 
822 
238 
152 
366 
243 
332 


Entered 


General  Tariff. 


Quantity  Value 


480,548 


Duty. 


$  cts. 


113,089 

39,581  15 

49 

17  15 

2,197 

768  95 

4,610 

1,613  50 

14,088 

4.930  80 

132,563 

46,397  05 

1,032 

361  20 

36 

12  60 

1,923 

673  05 

204,677 

71,636  95 

474,2(54 

165,992  40 

35 
10,167 
685 
701 

3  50 
1,016  70 
68  50 
70  10 

11,588 

1,158  80 

393 
16 
74 

137  55 
5  60 
25  90 

7,358 
9 

14,599 

2,575  30 
3  15 
5,109  65 

22,449 

7,857  16 

179 
14S 

332 
1 

314 

783 
627 
6 
84 
55 
2,567 

53  70 
44  40 
99  60 
30 
94  20 
234  90 
188  10 
1  80 
25  20 
16  50 
770  10 

5,096 

1,528  80 

66,665 
55 
4,901 
822 
80,147 
76,152 
366 
1,243 
130,368 

18,332  97 
15  12 
1,347  77 
226  05 
22,040  52 
20,941  90 
100  65 
341  82 
35,851  88 



360,719 

99,198  68 

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of  Imports — Continued. 


91 


for  Home  Consumption. 


Preferential  Tariff. 

Treaty  Rates. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty^ 

Quantity. 



$ 

71,406 

$  cts. 
17,851  50 

■ 

$ 

56,209 

$  cts. 
18,267  92 

7,720 
2,062 
56,669 

2,509  00 
H70  15 
18,417  87 

17 
85 
11,521 

5  52 
27  62 
3,744  32 





71,406 

17,851  50 

134,283 

43,642  4'> 

740 

37  00 

740 

37  00 

1,754 

394  71 

36 

10  80 



333 
1,340 

99  90 
402  0U 

1,754 


394  71 



63  80 

1,709 

512  70 

319 

223 
25 
123 



61  32 
6  87 
33  82 

500 

137  50 

3,515 

966  72 

319 

63  80 

4,386 

1,206  23 

119,767 

23,953  40 

119,767 

23,953  40 

Total. 


Value. 


Duty 
Collected. 


cts. 


240, 

9, 
6, 
70, 
132, 
•  1, 

13, 
204, 


704 
49 
917 
672 
7571 
5631 
049 
121 
444 
677 


75,700  57 
17  15 
3,277  95 
2,283  65 
23,348  67 
46,397  05 
366  72 
40  22 
4,417  37 
71,636  95 


679,953 

227,486  30 

775 
10,167 
685 
701 

40  50 
1,016  70 
68  50 
70  10 

12,328 

1,195  80 

2,183 
16 
74 
333 
1,340 
7,358 
9 

14,599 

543  06 
5  60 
25  90 
99  90 
402  00 
2,575  30 
3  15 
5,109  65 

25,912 

8,764  56 

721 
173 
455 
1 

314 

1,233 
627 
6 

3,599 
55 
2,567 

178  82 
51  27 

133  42 
30 
94  20 

372  40 

188  10 
1  80 

991  92 
16  50 

770  10 

9,801 

2,798  83 

186,432 
55 
4,901 
822 
80,147 
76,152 
366 
1,243 
130,368 

42,286  37 
15  12 
1,347  77 
226  05 
22,040  52 
20,941  90 
100  65 
341  82 
35,851  88 

480,486 

123,152  08 

92 


CUSTOMS  DEPARTMENT  ii 

3  GEORGE  V.,  A.  1913 

No.  1. — General  Statement 


Articles  Imported. 


DUTIABLE  GOODS — COtt. 

Fancy  goods— Com. 

Feathers,  fancy  undressed. . 


Countries. 


,Quantity.  ,  Value. 


United  Kingdom 

B.  S.  Africa  

Aust.-Hungary.. 

Belgium  

France  

Germany  

United  States. . . 


Feathers,  fancy,  N.O.P.,  and 
manufactures  of  feathers,' 
N.O.F  


United  Kingdom 
B.  S.  Africa.... 
Auet. -Hungary.. 

Belgium  

France  

Germany  

J  apan  

Turkey  in  Asia  . 
United  States. . . 


Feathers,  ostrich  and  vulture, 
dressed  


Ivory  or  bone  dice,  draughts, 
chessmen,  &c  


Lace,  N.O.P.,  lace  collars  and 
all  manufactures  of  lace ; 
nets  and  nettings  of  cotton, 
linen,  silk  or  other  material, 
N.O.P  


Total . 


Total. 


United  Kingdom 

France  

Germany  

United  States. . . 


Total . 


United  Kingdom 

France  

Germany  

United  States. . . 


Total . 


United  Kingdom 

B.  India  

Hong  Kong  

Malta.   

Aust.-Hungary 

Belgium  

China  

France  

Germany  

Italy  

Japan  

Spain  

Switzerland. . . . 
Turkey  In  Asia 

ii  in  Europe 
United  States. 


Total . 


Total  Imports. 


Entered 


General-Tariff. 


OllATlt.ltV 

Value. 

Duty. 

$ 

70.506 
39,473 

$ 

3,735 
50 
688 
790 

S  Ct8. 

560  25 
7  50 
103  20 
118  50 

790 
2,37*1 
5,876 
29,421 

5,833 
28,756 

874  95 
4,313  40 

148,442 

39,852 

5,977  80 

275,908 
26 
2,391 
1,244 
90,217 
35,242 
25 
42 
73,202 

62,976 
26 
2,391 
1,244 
90,245 
35,242 
25 
42 
73,202 

17,318  50 
7  15 
657  52 
342  10 
24,817  76 
9,691  65 
6  87 
11  55 
20,130  66 

72,983  76 

478,297 

265,393 

45,832 
3,088 
1,029 
2,513 

2,476 
3,088 
1,029 
2,513 

6S0  90 
849  31 
282  97 
691  08 



52,462 

9,106 

2,504  26 

84 
84 
51 
147 

49 
84 
51 
147 

8  57 
14  70 

8  92 
25  77 

36(1 

331 

57  % 

674,159 
62 
213 
1,345 
10,024 
6,052 
69 

146,651 
62 
213 
1,309 
7,014 
2,581 
69 
48,79< 
140,781 
553 
1,080 

51,327  85 
21  70 
74  55 
458  15 
2,454  90 
903  35 
24  15 
17,079  30 
49,273  35 
193  55 
378  00 

177,336 
141,593 
553 
5,032 
456 
33,873 
184 
1,248 
97,650 

1,944 
184 
1,248 
97,650 

680  40 
64  40 
436  80 
34,177  50 



1,149,849 

450,137 

157,547  95 

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SESSIONAL  PAPER  No.  11 

of  Imports — Continued. 


TRADE  AND  NAVIGATION 


93 


for  Home  Consumption. 


Preferential  Tariff. 

Treaty  Rates. 

Total . 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty 
Collected. 

39,423 

$  cts. 
5,99fs  yo 

3,942  30 

* 

$  cts. 

84<    1  / 

$ 

70,506 
39,473 
688 
790 
2,376 
5,833 
28,756 

$  cts. 

7,406  92 
3,949  80 
103  20 
118  50 
297  00 
874  95 
4,313  40 

2,376 

297  00 

99,412 

9,941  20 

(1  1  -  0 

y,  ioo 

1   1JJ  77 

1, 144  /  i 

148,422 

17,063  77 

212,785 

42,557  00 

275,761 
26 
2,391 
1,244 
90,245 
35,242 
25 
42 
/3,202 

59,875  50 
7  15 
657  52 
342  10 
24,817  76 
9,691  65 
6  87 
11  55 
20,130  1)6 

212,785 

42,557  00 

— .  



478,178 

115,540  76 

Q  CI"M  OA 

45,832 
3,088 
1,029 
2,513 

9,352  10 
849  31 
282  97 
691  08 

JO  ox/* 

4o,oOo 

o,o71  w'J 

52,462 

11,175  46 

OK 

OO 

0  Jo 

84 
84 
51 
147 

13  82 

14  70 
8  92 

25  77 

OCT 

35 

5  2) 

366 

63  21 

400,020 

100,005  00 

125,729 

35,153  42 

672,400 
62 
213 
1.345 
9,256 
6,052 
69 

176,908 
140,781 
553 
5,030 
281 
34,140 
184 
1,248 
97,650 

186,486  27 
21  70 
74  55 
468  05 
3,087  89 
2,031  44 
24  15 
52,533  53 
49,273  35 
193  55 
1,464  22 
77  27 
9,709  73 
64  40 
436  80 
34,177  50 

36 
2,242 
3,471 

9  90 
632  99 
1,128  09 

128,110 

35  454  23 

3,950 
281 
32,196 

1,086  22 
.     77  27 
9,029  33 

400,020 

100,005  00 

296.015 

82.571  45 

1,146,172 

340,124  40 

'  1 

94 


CI  K'lO.US  DKPA  RTME\  T 


ii 

3  GEORGE  V.„  A.  1913 

Xo.  1. — General  Statement 


Articles  Imported. 


Total  Imports. 


Countries. 


Quantity. 


DUTIABLE  GOODS — Con. 


Fancy  goods — Con. 
Statues  and  statuettes  ot 
material   


any 


Toys  and  dolls  of  all  kinds. 


Feathers,  bed  and  other,  un 
dressed,  N.O.P  


Feathers,  bed  and  other,  dress- 
ed, N.O.P  


Featherbone,  plain  or  covered, 
in  coils   


United  Kingdom 

Hong  Kong  

Aust. -Hungary.. 

Belgium   

Egypt  &  Soudan 

France  

Germany  

Holland  

Italy  

Japan  

Norway  

United  States. . . 


Total 


United  Kingdom 

Hong  Kong  

Aust. -Hungary.. 

Belgium  

China  

Dutch  E.  Indies. 

France  

Germany  .... 

Holland  

Italy  

Japan  

Switzerland  

United  States. . . 


Total . 


United  Kingdom 

Japan   

United  States. . . 


Total . 


United  Kingdom 
Aust.-Hungary. 

Belgium  

France  

Germany  

United  States. . . 


Total 


United  Kingdom 
United  States. . . 


Total . 


Entered 


Value. 


General  Tariff. 


Quantity.     Value.  Duty 


4, 

1, 

25 
11, 

13, 
18, 


532 

11 
845 
331 

10 
069 
-5»i 

7-2 
603 
29f 

6H 
021 


75,717 


72,050 
97 
4,930 
1,414 
41 ! 
57 
19,720 
441,062 
1,178 
19 
15,556 
51 

214,826 


771,001 


10,071 
426 
35,949 


46,446 


39,231 
1,253 
1,599 
8,572 
7,013 

14,757 


11 
749 
 L 

760 


2,269 
11 
253 
1,050 
10 
4,832 
10,941 
72 
11,892 
262 
69 
18,021 


49,682 


27,769 
97 
1,861 
682 
41 
57 
2,742 
442,519 
1,178 
19 
1,700 
8 

214,839 


693,512 


5,797 
35^949 


41,746 


2,334 
1,253 
1,599 
8,572 
7,013 
14,757 


35,528 


749 
749 


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SESSIONAL  PAPER  No.  11 

of  Imports — Continued. 


TRADE  AXD  X  AT  1(1  AT  ION 


95 


for  Home  Consumption. 


Preferential  Tariff. 


Treaty  Rates. 


Total. 


Quantity. 

Value.        Duty . 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity. 

1,357 

$  cts. 
271  40 

$ 

1,159 

1  cts. 
318  73 

592 

9S1 

162  80 

77  97 

J.      J?*!  t 

2,409 
36 

662  47 
9  90 

1,357 

271  40 

24,424 

6,  tflo  8b 

41,800 

8,360  00 



1,882 

517  55 

o,094 
732 

ow  85 
201  30 

16,972 

4,667  50 

1 3  840 
43 

ill 

1 1  89 

41,800 

8,360  00 

36  ">6S 

1 0  ftfK  99 

4,274 

427  40 

49b 

KS  9ri 

4,274 

427  40 

42b 

en  on 

oo  Jo 

36-097 

7.379  40 

 7  ■                  .  j  •   

36,897 

7,379  40 

11 

1  38 

11 

1  38 

Value . 

Duty 
Collected. 

$  cts. 

4,785 

1,270  83 

11 

3  30 

845 

238  70 

1,331 

392  27 

10 

3  00 

24,779 

6,935  29 

10,941 

3,282  30 

72 

21  60 

14,301 

4,230  07 

298 

88  50 

69 

20  70 

18,021 

5,406  30 

75, 463 

(ii   onn  <>/» 

21,892  86 

71,451 

17,208  25 

97 

29  10 

4,955 

1,409  15 

1,414 

405  90 

41 

12  30 

57 

17  10 

19,714 

5,490  10 

442,519 

132,755  70 

1,178 

353  40 

19 

5  70 

15,540 

4,316  20 

51 

14  22 

214,839 

64,451  70 

771,875 

226,468  82 

10,071 

1,296  95 

426 

53  25 

35,949 

5,392  35 

4b,  446 

b,742  ro 

39,231 

8,021  25 

1,253 

344  57 

1,599 

439  73 

8,572 

2,357  30 

7,013 

1,928  57 

14,757 

4,058  24 

72,425 

17,H9  66 

11 

1  38 

749 

149  80 

760 

151  18 

96 


CUSTOMS  DEPARTMENT  u 

3  GEORGE  V.,  A.  1913 

No.  1. — General  Statement 


Articles  Imported. 


Countries. 


Total  Imports. 


Quantity. 


DUTIABLE  GOODS. 

Fertilizers, compounded  or  man- 
ufactured   

Fibre,  kartavert,  indurated 
fibre,  vulcanized  fibre  and  like 
material  and  mauufactures  of, 
N.O.P  

Fireworks,  firecrackers  and  tor- 
pedoes, all  kinds  


Fish- 
Cod,  haddock,  ling  and  pol- 
lock, fresh,  imported  other- 
wise than  in  barrels,  &c. . . . 


Cod,  haddock,  ling  and  pol 
lock,  dry  salted    


Cod,  haddock,  ling  and  j>ol 
lock,  smoked  


Cod,  haddock,  ling  and  pol- 
lock, pickled  in  barrels  


Halibut,  fresh,  not  in  barrels. 


Herrings,  fresh,  not  in  barrels. 


United  Kingdom 
United  States. . . 


Total . 


United  Kingdom 

Hong  Kong  

France  

Germany  

United  States. . . 


Total 


United  Kingdom 

Hong  Kong  

China  

Japan   

United  States. .  . 


T.>tal 


United  States  . . 


Lbs. 
323,492 


United  Kingdom 

Hong  Kong  

China   

Italy  

Japan  

Miquelon  and  St. 

Pierre  

Norway  

United  States. . . 

Total  ....  ! 


734,745 
176,313 
7,074 
1,233 
106,020 

333,812 
6,120 
356.272 


l,72i,639 


U  n  i  ted  States. . 


650 


United  States...  89,800 


United  States. . .  3,421,743 


United  Kingdom 
United  States. . . 

Total  


3,034 
643 

3,677 


Value. 


Entered 


General  Tariff. 


Quantity.  Value. 


32,045 
413,338 


445,3S3j 


1,299 
7 

670 
41 
95,316 


97,333 


7,475 
1,864 
6,201 
227 
39,150 


54,917 


Lbs. 

14,130  301,7«2 


31,843 
5,508 
177 
58 
9,353 

20,653 
579 
23,744 


91,915 


54 


1,796 


176,313 
7,074 
1.283 

lm;,(>20 


1,229 
307,781 


599,700 


650 


149,224  2,280,120 


234 
27 

261 


360 
643 

1,003 


Duty. 


4,755 
413,338 


$  cts. 


475  50 
41,333  80 


418,093      41,809  30 


167 

7 

670 
41 

95,549 


41  75 

1  75 
167  50 
10  25 
23,887  25 


96,434      24,108  50 


1,864 
6,201 
227 
39,150 


47,442 


13,621 


5,508 
177 
58 
9.353 


246 
20,804 


36,146 


54 


89,800  1,796 


107,678 


18 
27 

451 


466  00 

1,550  25 
56  75 
9,787  50 


11,860  50 


3,017  82 


1,763  13 
70  74 
12  83 

1,060  20 


12  29 
3,077  81 


5,997  00 


6  50 


S98  00 


22,801  20 


3  60 
6  43 

10  03 


ii  TRADE  AND  NAVIGATION  97 

SESSIONAL  PAPER  No.  11 

of  Imports — Continued. 


for  Home  Consumption. 


Preferential  Tariff. 

Treaty  Rates. 

Total. 

Quantity . 

Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty 
Collected. 

No. 

$ 

27,290 

$  Cts, 

1,364  50 

No. 

$ 

$  cts. 

"No. 

$ 

32,0-15 
413,338 

$  cts. 

1,840  00 
41,333  80 

<y-  OQA 

440,  MS 

i    '    1  TO  Oil 

43,173  80 



1,296 

226  83 



1,463 
7 

670 

A  1 

41 

95,549 

268  58 
1  75 
167  50 
10  25 
23,887  25 

24  335  33 

1.296 

226  83 

97,730 

7,475 

1,308  13 

•  •  —  • 

7,475 
1,864 
6,201 
227 
39,150 

ft 

1,308  13 
466  00 
1,550  25 
56  75 
9,787  50 

7,475 

1,308  13 

54,917 

13,168  63 

Lbs. 

Lbs. 

Lbs. 
301,782 

13,621 

3,017  82 

Lib, 616 
7,074 
1,283 

106,020 

5,508 

17% 

1,763  13 

9,353 

1,060  20 

1,229 

OVri  j{  OL 

246 
20,804 

12  29 
3,077  81 

599,700 

36,146 

5,997  00 

650 

54 

6  50 

89,800 

1,796 

898  00 

1 

2,280,120 

107,678 

22,801  20 

3,634 

263 

18  17 

3,994 
643 

281 

27 

21  77 
6  43 

3,634 

263 

18  17 

4,637 

sn« 

9A  9.0 

1 

1 1  — Ii — T 


98 


CUSTOMS  DEPARTMENT 


ii 

3  GEORGE  V.,  A.  1913 
\o.  L — General  Statement 


Articles  Imported. 


Countries. 


DUTIABLE  GOODS— Con. 

Fish — Con. 

Herrings,  pickled  or  salted  . 


Herrings,  smoked  

Mackerel,  fresh   . 

Mackerel,  pickled  

Sea  fish,  other,  fresh,  not  in 
barrels  

Sea  fish,  other,  pickled,  in 
barrels    

S«   fish,  other,  preserved, 
N.O.P  


Oysters,  fresh,  in  shell  . . 
Oysters,  shelled,  in  bulk 


Total  Imports. 


Entered 


Quantity. 


General  Tariff. 


Value. 




Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty. 

Lbs. 

Lbs. 

$ 

$  cts. 

805  ( »38 

32  257 

28  86i> 

1  101 

J  ,  lui 

144 

31 

Hong  Kong. . . . 

1,110 

''  26 

1,110 

26 

5 

55 

Belgium  

17,855 

786 

17,855 

786 

89 

27 

Denmark  

20,000 

1,091 

20,000 

1,091 

100 

00 

10,140 

937 

16  140 

!I67 

80 

70 

Holland  

783' 128 

39,375 

77^278 

39,001 

:;.M»t; 

39 

,T*a  nan 

700 

31 

700 

31 

3 

50 

Norway   

Sweden  

86,452 

3,001 

102,987 

3,393 

514 

93 

1,100 

32 

1,1  (Xi 

32 

5 

50 

United  States. . . 

369,225 

16,013 

370,275 

16,106 

1,851 

39 

Total  .... 

2,100,748 

93,549 

1,338,307 

62,564 

6,691 

54 

United  Kingdom 
United  States. . . 

30,038 

1,464 

365 

31 

365 

31 

3 

65 

Total  

30,403 

1,495 

365 

31 

3 

65 

United  Kingdom 
United  States. .  . 

382,660 

16,092 

128,756 

5,734 

2,756 

280 

27 

56 

Total  ..  . 

511,416 

L'1.nl>6 

2,756 

280 

27 

56 

United  Kingdom 
United  States. . . 

217,952 

9,391 

76,010 

3,129 

6,0io 

649 

60 

10 

Total 

293  002 

12  520 

(i  010 

60 

10 

574 

14 

574 

14 

5 

74 

Italy  

2,286 

256 

2,286 

256 

22 

86 

United  States. . . 

9,346 

798 

9,346 

798 

93 

46 

Total  

12,206 

1,068 

12,206 

1,068 

122 

06 

600 

12 

600 

12 

6 

00 

United  Kingdom 

63,928 

8,174 

7,912 

1,240 

372 

00 

France  

1,640 

176 

1,640 

176 

52 

80 

400 

33 

400 

33 

9 

90 

Norway  

7,550 

545 

7,550 

545 

163 

50 

United  States. . . 

13,775 

1,376 

13.903 

1,314 

394 

20 

Total  

87,293 

10, 304 

31.105 

3,308 

992 

40 

Brls. 

Brls. 

United  States. .  . 

5,726 

27,676 

5,726 

27,676 

6,919 

00 

Galls. 

Galls. 

United  States. . . 

251,779 

321,548 

251,779 

321,548 

25,177 

90 

ii  TRADE  ASH  NAVIGATION  9& 

SESSIONAL  PAPER  No.  11 

of  Imports — Continued. 


for  Homk  Consumption. 


Preferential  Tariff. 

Treaty  Rates. 

Total. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

unty 
Collected. 

Lbs. 

77fi  1K9 

$ 

si  97t; 

$  cts. 
2  716  V) 

Lbs. 

$ 

$  Ct8. 

Lbs. 

1,110 
17,855 
20,000 

11),  Itv 

779,278 

102,987 
1,100 
370,275 

$ 

26 
786 
1,091 

iJOt 

39,001 

31 
3,393 
32 
16,106 

$  cte, 

5  55 
89  27 

no  00 

Oft 

3,896  39> 
0  ov 
514  92 
5  50> 

3,851  39> 

776,162 

31,276 

2,716  59 

2,114,469 

93,840 

9,408  33' 

30,038 

1,464 

150  19 

30,038 
365 

1,464 
31 

150  19 

3  65 

30,038 

1,464 

150  19 

30,403 

1,495 

153  84 

1,004 

72 

5  02 

1,004 

2,756 

72 
280 

5  02 
27  56 

1,004 

72 

5  02 

3,760 

352 

32  58 

8,000 

3S4 

40  00 

8,000 
6,010 

384 
619 

40  GO 
60  10 

k  (inn 

Ski 

in  (in 

i i  mo 

l,Uoo 

1  vU  19 

574 
2,286 
9,346 

14 

256 
798 

5  74 

22  86 

93  ae- 

12,206 

1,068 

122  06- 

600 

12 

C  00 

54  J  77 

6,676 

1,168  42 

62,089 
1,640 
400 
7,550 

13,903 

7,916 
176 
33 
545 

1,314 

1,540  42 
52  80 
9  90 
163  50 
394  20 

54,, 77 

6,676 

1,168  42 

85,582 

9,984 

2,360  82 

Brls. 

Brls. 

Brls. 
5,726 

27,676 

6.919  0O 

( 1  alls. 

Galls. 

Galls. 
251,779 

321.548 

25.177  9ft 

ll-ii-7^ 


100 


CUSTOMS  DEPARTMENT  ii 

3  GEORGE  V.,  A.  1913 

No.  1. — General  Statement 


Articles  Imported. 


Entered 


Countries. 


DUTIABLE  GOODS — Con. 

Fish— Con. 

Oysters,  canned,  in  cans  not 
over  one  pint  

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

Oysters,  canned,  in  cans  ex- 
ceeding one  quart  

Oysters,  prepared  or  preserv- 
ed, N.O.P  


Lobsters,  fresh  (not  alive). . . . 
Bobsters,  canned,  X.O.P.  - . 


Bait  fish,  fresh,  not  in  barrels 
Bait  fish,  salted,  not  in  barrels 

Salmon,  fresh  


;Salmon,  smoked. 


Hong  Kong  

United  States. . . 

Total   

United  Kingdom 

Japan  

United  States. . . 

Total  

United  States. . . 

United  Kingdom 

Hong  Kong  

China  

Japan    

United  States. .  . 

Total  

United  States. . . 

B.  S.  Africa.... 
Miquelon  and  St 

Pierre  

United  States. . . 

Total  

United  States. . . 

China   

United  States. . . 

Total  

United  Kingdom 
United  States  . . 

Total  

United  States. . . 


Quantity. 

Value . 

General  Tariff. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty. 

Cans. 

192 
474,000 

$ 

9 

47,782 

Cans. 

192 
455,418 

i 

47,309 

-S     cts . 

5  76 
13,662  54 

474,192 

47,791 

455,610 

47,318      13,668  30 

2,400 
96 
15,796 

192 
8 

7,019 

96 
14,788 

8 

6.314 

4  80 
739  40 

18,292 

7,219 

14,884 

6,322 

744  20 

Qts. 
1,168 

405 

Qts. 
1,168 

405 

58  40 

«_/0  TV 

Lbs. 

50 
6,843 
60 
160 
18,332 

6 
507 
3 

12 
1,852 

Lbs. 

6  843 
60 
160 
19  441 

t07 

3 
12 
1,966 

iv?  in 

90 

■>  an 

589  80 

25.445 

2,380 

26,504 

2,488 

746  40 

Brls. 

502 

6,707 

Brls. 

6,707 

1,676  75 

Lbs. 
6,000 

480 
7  575 

917 

120 
1  792 

A,  1  Oil 

Lbs. 

1,150 

120 
142 

36  00 
42  60 

1 4,055 

2,829 

1,630 

262 

78  60 

184,503 

* 

4,548 

578 

70 

5  78 

472 
5.560 

19 
344 

472 
5,560 

19 
344 

4  72 

55  60 

6,032 

363 

6,032 

363 

60  3? 

230 
760,480 

15 

10,156 

754,620 

9,922 

7,546  20 

760,710 

10,171 

754,620 

9,922 

7,546  20 

8,625 

1,608 

8,625 

1,608 

86  25 

ii 

SESSIONAL  PAPER  No.  11 

ok  Imports — Continued. 


TRADE  AND  NAVIGATION 


101 


fob  Home  Consumption. 


Preferential  Tariff. 

Treaty  Rates. 

Total. 

Quantity.!  Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity ' 

Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty 
Collected. 

Cans. 

$ 

$  cts. 

Cans. 

9 

$  cts. 

Cans. 

192 
455,418 

$ 

9 

47,309 

$  Ct8„ 

5  76 
13,662  54 

455,610 

47,318 

13,668  30 

2,400 

192 

72  00 

- 

2,400 
96 
14,788 

192 

8 

6,314 

72  00 
4  80 
739  40 

2,400 

192 

72  00 



17,284 

6,514 

816  20 

Qts. 

Qts. 

Qts. 
1,168 

405 

58  40 

Lbs. 

O 

1  05 

L/DS. 

Lbs. 

50 
6,843 
60 
160 
19,441 

6 
507 
3 
12 
1,966 

1  Ob- 
152  10 
90 

3  60 
589  80 

50 

6 

1  nr. 

26,554 

2,494 

747  45 

Brls. 

r>rls. 

Brls: 
502 

6,707 

1,676  75- 

Lbs. 
6,000 

917 

160  48 

T  V. . . 
JLiDS. 

Lbs. 
6,000 

480 
1,150 

917 

120 
142 

160  48 

36  00* 
42  60 

6,000 

917 

■ 

160  48 

7,630 

1,1/9 

no(\  AO 

aov  vo 

578 

70 

5  78* 

472 
5,560 

19 
344 

4  72 

55  60 

6,032 

363 

60  32 

230 

15 

1  15 

230 
754,620 

15 
9,922 

1  15 
7,546  20 

230 

15 

1  15 

754,850 

9,937 

7,547  35- 

8,625 

1,608 

86  26- 

102  CUSTOMS  DEPARTMENT  ii 


3  GEORGE  V.,  A.  1913 
No.  1. — General  Statement 


Articles  Imported. 

Total  Imports. 

Entered 

Countries. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

General  Tariff. 
Quantity.      Value.  Duty. 

DUTIABLE  GOODS — Con. 

FiAh—Con. 
Salmon  canued,  prepared  or 
preserved,  N.O.P...?  

Salmon,  pickled  or  salted .... 

Ifiah,  smoked  or  boneless .... 

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

Anchovies,  sardines,  &c,  in 
tin  boxes  weighing  over  12 
ounces   and  not   over  20 

Anchovies,     sardines,  &c, 
when  packed  in  tin  boxes 
^•cigiiiiig  over  o  ounces  ano 

United  Kingdom 

China  

United  States. . . 

Total  

United  Kingdom 

Italy  

Xorwav  

United  States. . . 

Total  

United  Kingdom 

China  

United  States. . . 

Total  

United  Kingdom 

Hong  Kong  

China  

Italy  

Japan  

United  States. . . 

Total  

United  Kingdom 

China  

Italy   

X 

Norway  

United  States. . . 

Total  

United  Kingdom 

Lbs. 

14,398 
140 

o.UoO 

$ 

1,056 
17 
So.' 

Li  OS. 

140 
7,701 

17 
807 

$  cts. 

5  10 
242  10 

£Z,y>&o 

1  D 1  o 

7,841 

824 

247  20 

1,053 
30 
1,736 
15,922 

115 

1 

116 

1,313 

O  TOO 

2,145 

10,  ill 

1  TQ 

199 

OT  QO 

21  45 

1  POT  IT 

10/  4< 

18,741 

1,545 

20,684 

1,665 

206  84 

32,524 

1,W) 

17,653 

1,934 

TT 
t  ( 

1,583 

3,250 
1,607 
17,653 

152 
77 

1,583 

32  50 
16  07 
176  53 

51,784 

3,594 

22,510 

1,812 

225  10 

Boxes. 

108 
5,010 
288 
r>i  Z 
24 

5 
326 
27 
loo 
2 
4^ 

Boxes. 
5,010 

•JSS 

322 
24 
369 

326 
27 
73 
2 
42 

300  60 
17  28 
19  32 
1  44 
22  14 

6,371 

537 

6,013 

470 

360  78 

19,725 
25,937 
720 
8,929 
16, 120 

Cl  |Ai 

9.975 
4,567 

1,797 
1,295 
40 
1,987 
2,398 

OK  T 

792 
524 

237 
25,937 
720 
200 
6,900 
1,252 
75 
4,567 

27 
1,295 
40 
23 
1,125 
98 
18 
524 



10  66 
1,167  18 
32  40 
9  00 
310  50 
56  34 
3  37 
205  51 

88,39.7 

9,088 

39,888 

3,150 

1.794  96 

80,794 
17.587 
100 
300 
9,000 
236,912 
10,900 
3,570 

4,755 
1,334 
13 
53 
830 
11,337 
914 
406 

9,258 
t.700 
100 

748 
264 
13 

324  03 
164  50 

3  50 

Italy  

Norway  

United  States. . . 

Total 

6,410 
1,500 
6.000 
3,570 

663 
140 
522 
406 

224  35 
52  50 
210  00 
124  95 

359,163 

19,642 

31,538 

2,756 

1,103  83 

ii    ,  TRADE  AND  NAVIGATION  103 

SESSIONAL  PAPER  No.  11 

OF  I  m  ports — Con  ( iit  u ed. 


for  Home  Consumption. 


Preferential  Tariff. 


Treaty  Rates. 


Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty. 

Lbs. 
17,889 

$ 
1,177 

$  cts. 
206  00 

ft 

ft  ct>< 

17,889 

1,177 

206  00 

1  0V3 

115 

5  27 

1,053 

115 

5  27 

29,274 

1,782 

146  37 

29, 274 

1  782 

146  37 

1  AO 

e 

0 

•>  <o 

Boxes 

ins 

3  78 

1  7  Rftft 

Xf  J  OOO 

1  SOQ 

447  20 

2,200 

552 

88  00 

9,668 

0/ J 

1,172 
10,600 

2,366 
43 
157 
998 

386  72 
26  88 
46  88 

424  00 



17,888 

1,309 

447  20 

24,312 

4,116 

972  48 

3«,162 

2,380 

763  24 

43,574 
22,387 

2,821 
1,715 

871  48 
447  74 

2,000 

120 

40  00 

214,912 

9,989 

4,298  24 

38,162 

2,380 

763  24 

282,873 

14,645 

5,657  46 

Total. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty 
Collected. 

Lbs. 

| 

ft  cts. 

17,889 
140 
7,701 

1,177 
17 

807 

206  00 
5  10 
242  10 

25,730 

2,001 

453  20 

1,053 
2,792 
2,145 
15,747 

115 
173 
199 
1,293 

5  27 
27  92 
21  45 
157  47 

21,737 

1,780 

212  11 

32,524 
1,607 
17,653 

1,934 
77 

1,583 

178  87 
16  07 
176  53 

51,784 

3,594 

371  47 

Boxes. 

108 
5,010 
288 
322 
24 
369 

5 
326 
27 
73 

2 
42 

0  TO 

3  78 
300  60 
17  28 
19  92 

1  44 
22  14 

6,121 

475 

364  .56 

20,325 
25,937 
720 
9,868 
7,572 
2,424 
10,675 
4,567 

1,888 
1,295 
40 
2,389 
I,  loo 

255 
1,010 

524 

545  86 
1,167  18 
32  40 
395  72 

OOI  OO 

103  22 
427  37 
205  51 

82,088 

8,575 

3,214  64 

90,994 
27,087 
100 
2,000 
6,410 
216,412 
6,000 
3,570 

5,949 
1,979 
13 
120 
663 
10,129 
522 
406 

1,958  75 
612  24 
3  50 
40  00 
224  35 
4,350  74 
210  00 
124  95 

352,573 

19,781 

7,524  53 

104 


CUSTOMS  DEPARTMENT  in 

3  GEORGE  V.,  A.  1913 
Xo.  1. — General  Statement 


Articles  Imported. 


Countries. 


DUTIABLE  GOODS— CrfVl. 

Fish— Con. 

Anchovies,  sardines,  &c. , 
when  packed  in  tin  boxes 
weighing  S  ounces  or  less.. . 


Fish  preserved  in  oil,  N.O.P. 


United  Kingdom 

Hong  Kong  

Belgium  

France  

Germany  

Italy  

Japan  

Norway  

Portugal  

Spain  

Sweden  

United  States. . 

Total  


Total  Imports. 


Quantity. 


Value. 


Entered 


General  Tariff. 


Boxes. 


1. 


2, 


430,242 
24 
15,500 
178,958 
48 
42,803 
744 
593,319 
59,032 
2,500 

57,178 
53,695 


4,440,073 


United  Kingdom 

Hong  Kong  

China  

France  

Italy  

Ja^an  

Norway  

United  States. . . 


Total. 


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


Fish,  al!  other,  not  in  barrels 
or  half  barrels,  pickled .... 


United  Kingdom 

China  

France  

United  States. . . 

Total  


Fish,  fresh  or  dried,  N.O.P 
imported  in  barrels  or  half 
barrels  


Newfound  land 
and  Labrador. 

China  

Italy  

Spain  

United  States. . . 

Total  


Lbs. 
1,742 
773 


151,684 


154,199 


120 

1,402 
1,430 
7,512 


United  Kingdom 
Hong  Kong. . .  . 

China  

Germany  

Italy  

Japan  

Norway  

Spain  

United  States. . . 

Total  


10,632 


19,461 
9,376 
22,568 


7,965 
2,312 
2,090 

503,434 

567,206 


75,945 
4 

853 
13,784 

3.198 
151 
139,493 

3,493, 
135| 

2,428' 

3,953 


Boxes. 


i -v.  791 
24 
10,800 
22,285 
816 
25.420 


1,336 
1,175 

306 
1,339; 

376 

125 
3,305 

389 


8,351 


228 
25 


11,859 


12,112 


3 
33 
404 
179 
703 


2,281 
428 

l.OL'S 


1,008 
201 
200 


26,921 ! 
32.067 


51,767 
106,700 
2, 500 
5,078 
61,695 


243,444  355,876 


Lbs. 


773 
578 
151,984 


153,335 


120 
168 

4,876 
238 

7,272 


1,322        1  2,674 


3,209 
9,376 

22,568 
1,650 

10,809| 
2,877 
2,090 

5<  »4,474 

 1 

557,291; 


uuiy. 

s 

V 

$  Ct8. 

3,789 

1,719  78 

4 

0  60 

567 

270  00 

1,709 

557  12 

114 

20  40 

1,894 

635  50 

2,641 

1,294  17 

6,171 

2,667  50 

135 

62  50 

201 

126  95 

4,365 

1,542  39 

21,590 

8.8%  91 

264 

92  40 

1.175 

411  25 

306 

107  10 

190 

66  50 

550 

192  50 

125 

43  75 

14 

4  90 

389 

136  15 

3,013 

1,054  55 

25 
34 
11.865 


3 
33 

717 
30 

t;s.5 


1,468 


205 
428 
1,028 
176i 
1,049 
226' 
200! 
30 
26,979 



30,321 


7  73 
5  78 
1,519  84 


11,924        1,533  35 


1  20 

1  68 
r  48  76 

2  38 
72  72 

126  74 


32  09 
93  76 
225  68 
16  50 
108  09 
28  77 
20  90 
2  38 
5,044  74 

5,572  91 


ij  TRADE  AND  NAVIGATION 

SESSIONAL  PAPER  No.  11 

of  Imports — Continued. 


105 


for  Home  Consumption. 


Preferential  Tariff. 

Treaty  Rates. 

Total. 

Quantity.  Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity. 

Value.  Duty. 

1 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty 
Collected. 

.ooxes. 

79ft  ftKQ 

* 

$  cts. 

<l  ftftl   1 1 
.f,UUl  11 

Boxes. 
• 

( «»4,U.£0 

44,545 

14,680  52 

Boxes. 

1   Pi99  Gftfi 

94 
Z4 

oou,  y  t  z 
qi  fi 

25,420 
3,744 
2,481,415 
106,700 
2,500 
54,678 
61,695 

$ 

77,430 
4 

853 
28,515 
.  114 
1,894 
374 
137,728 
6,171 
135 
2,323 
4,365 

S  cts. 

25,401  41 
0  60 
364  00 
6,730  86 
20  40 
635  50 
74  88 
49,887  1  3 
2,667  50 
62  50 
1,118  95 
1,542  39 

1  *<vt 

QAQ  CV- 

OVo,uo| 

286 
26,806 

94  00 
6,173  74 



1  711 
0,1 44 

2,429,648 

374 

74  88 

40  finri 

4.',OUTJ 

9  1 99 
_ ,  1  — 

Q<i9  ftft 

£7.7.5  UV 

1 20,080 

29,090 

H,UV'l  il 

0,  OoU,  4U.  > 

209,220 

/0,608  10 

4,606,370 

259,906 

88,506  12 

158  60 

ZOO 

7fi  8ft 

1,313 
1,175 

306 
1,433 

550 

125 
3,434 

389 

32 1  80 
411  25 
107  10 
439  40 
192  50 
43  75 
1,030  90 
136  15 

1  9.1  Q 

Q79  on 

1 

3,420 

1,026  00 

158  60 

W  79 

1,4/0  (U 

8,725 

2,688  85 

1  7.19 

Lbs. 
1,742 
773 
578 
151,984 

228 
25 
34 
11,865 

8  72 
7  73 
5  78 
1,519  84 

1,742 

228 

£  79 

1oj,0/7 

12,152 

1,542  07 

120 
168 

4,876 
238 

7.272 

3 

717 

30 
685 

1  20 

1  (10. 

1  bo 
48  76 

2  38 
72  72 

12,674 

1,468 

126  74 

16,252 

2,076 

81  27 

19,461 
9,376 

22,568 
1,650 

10,809 
2,877 
2,090 
238 

2,281 
428 
1,028 
176 
1,049 
226 
200 
30 
26,979 

113  36 
93  76 
225  68 
16  50 
108  09 
28  77 
20  90 
2  38 
5,044  74 

504,474 

16,252 

2,076 

81  27 

573,543 

32,397 

5,654  18 

106 


CUSTOMS  DEPARTMENT  id 

3  GEORGE  V.,  A.  1913 

No.  1. — General  Statemknt 


Articles  Imported. 


Countries. 


DUTIABLE  GOODS— Con. 

Fish,  all   other,  pickled  or 
salted,  in  barrels  


Fish,  prepared  or  preserved, 
N.O.P   


Fish  oil,  cod,  N.a.P  


Fish  oil,  cod  liver   

Fish  oil,  seal    

Fish  oil,    whale  and  sjier- 
uiaceti  


Fish  oil,  other,  X.O.P  


United  Kingdom 

Hong  Kong  

China  

Germany  

Italy  

Japan  

Norway ....  ... 

Spain  

United  States. . . 

Total  


United  Kingdom 

Hong  Kong  

Newfound  land 
and  Labrador. 

China  

France  

Germany  

Holland  

Italy  

Japan  

Norway  

United  States. . . 

Total  


United  Kingdom 

Norway  

United  States. . . 

Total  


United  Kingdom 

Norway  

United  States. . . 

Total  

United  States. . . 


United  Kingdom 

Belgium  

United  States  . . 

Total  

I'nited  Kingdom 
Aust.-Hungaiy.. 

China  

France   

Germany  

Norway  

United  States.  . 

Total  


Total  Imports. 

Entered 

General  Tariff. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Quantity; 

Value. 

Duty. 

Lbs. 

Lbs. 

$  eta. 

30,344 
1,164 
1.300 
100 
136 
296 
1,953 

938 
38 
74 
7 
13 
25 

142 

1,000 
1,164 
1,300 

100 
5,430 

296 
2,553 

119 

55 
38 
74 
7 

458 
25 

189 
15 

10  00 

11  64 
13  00 

1  00 
54  30 

2  96 
25  53 

1  19 

47,644 

2,449 

27,644 

1,924 

276  44 

S2.!»37 

3,686 

39,606 

2,785 

396  06 

906,916 
65,959 

86,365 
3,694 

52,312 
65,959 

2,840 
3,694 

852  00 
1,108  20 

100 
11,817 
5,603 
560 
2,410 
18,827 
166  257 
297,606 
259,067 

19 

878 
1,008 
112 
46 
1,672 
17,999 
17,377 
26,791 

100 
11,817 
5,175 
560 
2,410 
10,12s 
166,497 
308,403 
257,553 

19 
878 
996 
112 
46 
832 
18,016 
17,141 
26,736 

5  70 
263  40 
298  80 
33  60 
13  80 
249  60 
5,404  80 
5,142  30 
8,020  80 

1,735.122 

155,961 

880,914 

71,310 

21,383  00 

Galls. 

12 
300 
352 

17 
215 
110 

(Jails. 

1-' 

300 
352 

17 
215 
110 

3  82 
48  38 
24  75 

664 

342 

664 

342 

76  95 

646 
3,127 
5,156 

717 

3,052 
5,428 

570 
3,177 
5,156 

596 
3,123 
5,428 

134  10 
702  67 
1,221  42 

8,929 

9,197 

8,903 

9,147 

2,058  19 

20 

11 

20 

11 

2  47 

120 
112 
1,733 

126 
58 
1,113 

107 
112 
1,733 

104 
58 
1,113 

23  40 
13  05 
250  43 

1.965 

1,297 

1.952 

1,275 

286  88 

24 
810 
30 
200 
53 
6,970 
12,714 

20 
365 

11 

205 
40 
6,365 
7,069 

20 
810 
30 
200 
53 
5,485 
12,714 

17 
305 
11 
205 
40 
5,331 
7,069 

3  82 
82  12 
2  47 
46  12 
9  00 
1,199  47 
1,590  61 

20,801 

14,075 

19,312 

13,038 

2,933  61 

II 


TRADE  AND  NAVIGATION  107 


SESSIONAL  PAPER  No  11 

of  Imports — Continued. 


for  Home  Consumption. 


Peferential  Tariff. 

Treaty  Rates. 

Total. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty 
Collected. 

Lbs. 
10,109 

$ 

290 



$  eta. 

50  54 

Lbs. 

$ 

$  Cts. 

Lbs. 

11,109 
1,164 
1,300 

10ft 
5,430 

296 
2,553 

119 

$ 

345 
38 
74 
7 

458 
25 

189 
15 
1,624 

$  cts. 

60  54 
11  64 
13  00 

1  00 
51  30 

2  96 
25  53 

1  19 
276  44 





27,644 

10,109j  290 

50  54 

49,715 

3,075 

446  60 

881,262 

84,600 

14,805  51 

933,574 
65,959 

100 
11,817 
5, 175 
560 
2,410 
10,128 
166,497 
308,403 
257,553 

87,440 
3,694 

19 
878 
996 
112 
46 
832 
18,016 
17,141 
26,736 

15,657  51 
1,108  20 

5  70 
263  40 
298  80 
33  CO 
13  80 
249  60 
5,404  80 
5,142  30 
8,020  80 

881,262 

84,600 

14,805  51 

1,762,176 

155,910 

36,198  51 

Galls. 

Galls. 

Galls. 

12 
300 
352 

17 
215 
110 

3  82 
48  38 
24  75 



664 

342 

76  95 

• 

76 

121 

15  13 

 .  

646 
3,177 
5, 156 

717 

3,123 
5,428 

149  23 
702  67 
1,221  42 

76 

121 

15  13 

8,979 

9,268 

2,073  32 

20 

11 

2  47 

13 

22 

2  76 

120 
112 
1,733 

126 
58 
1,113 

26  16 
13  05 
250  43 

13 

22 

2  76 

1,965 

1,297 

289  64 

4 

3 

38 

24 
810 
30 
200 
53 
5.485 
12,714 

20 
365 
11 
205 
40 
5,331 
7,069 

4  20 
82  12 
2  47 
46  12 
9  00 
1,199  47 
1,590  61 

4 

3 

68 

19,316 

13,041 

2,933  99 

108  CUSTOMS  DEPARTMENT 


3  GECRGE  V.,  A.  1913 

No.  1. — General  Statement 


Articles  Imported. 

Countries. 

Total  Imports. 

Entered 

Quantity. 

Value. 

G 

Quantity. 

eneral  Tariff. 
Value.  Duty. 

DUTIABLE  GOODS — Con. 

Fish—  Con. 

Other  articles  the  produce  of 
the  fisheries,  not  specially 

United  Kingdon 
Hong  Kong. .  . 

China  





1 

948 

96 
1,09^ 
2.703 

96 
27,963 

27 
948 
41 

96 

2,703 
96 
27,954 

f  cte. 

6  75 
237  00 
in  9^ 

24  00 

493  rtO 

675  75 
24  00 
6,988  50 

Flax,  hemp  and  jute,  manufac- 
tures of,  viz. — 
Hags  or  sacks  of  hemp,  linen 



Germany  



Norway  

Total  

United  Kingdom 
P..  India  

34,101 

33,559 

8,389  75 

178,489 
67,901 
14 

46,28!' 

3,447 
34,473 

689  40 
6,894  60 

Canvas  of  hemp  or  flax,  for 

Carpeting,  rugs,  matting  and 
mats  of  hemp  or  jute  

B.  W.  Indies 

United  States. . . 
Tdtal  

United  Kingdom 
Aust.-Hungary 

0.  9n7  fift 

292,693 

i  ft  S4i  sn 

• 

16,034 
39 



16,034 
9 
39 
669 

801  70 
45 

1  95 
33  45 

Germany  

I  nited  Stales. . . 

Total 

United  Kinedom 
Hong  Kong  

Aust.- Hungary.. 

I I  i  ■ 

belgium  



16,751 

16,751 

837  55 

50,541 
51 
4,4U 
7,373 
936 
u,  ov\l 
34 

1,DOO 

1,217 

2,010 

Kt 

1,414 

502  50 
353  50 

Embroideries  and  lace  of 
linen,    white    and  cream 
coloured  

r ranee  .  . . 

410 

o,  oyv 

102  50 

1   -"".(HI  TK 

i,oyu  (0 

■  I  it  j 

United  States. . . 
Total  

16 
1,217 

4  00 
304  25 

72,649 

11,517 

2,879  25 

United  Kingdom 

4,681 
150 
67 
229 
370 
1,409 
748 
45 

338 
150 

67  60 
30  00 

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

Belgium  



229 
55 
1,409 

45  80 
11  00 
281  80 

/-I  

45 

9  00 

Total  

7,699 

2,226 

445  20 

United  Kingdom 
United  States. . . 

.  Total  

Lbs. 
14,889 
1,353 

2,879 
342 

Lbs. 
14,889 
1,353 

2,879 
342 

143  95 
17  10 

16.242 

3,221 

16,242 

3,221 

161  05 

ii 

SESSIONAL  PAPER  No.  11 

of  Imports — Continued. 


TRADE  AND  NAVIGATION 


109 


for  Hour  Consumption. 


Preferential  Tariff. 

Treaty  Rates. 

Total. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty 
Collected. 

$ 

533 

$  cts. 
79  95 

qp  CIS. 

560 
948 
41 
96 
1,694 
2,703 
96 
27,954 

$  Cts. 

86  70 
237  00 

10  25 

24  00 
423  50 
675  75 

24  00 
6,988  50 

533 

79  95 



34,092 

8,469  70 

179  ftTS 
V>  £14 
14 

25  802  2^ 
4  Q99  10 
2  10 

175,462 
67,287 
14 
46,289 

26,491  65 
11,816  70 
2  10 
9,257  80 



204  843 

30  726  45 



289,052 

47,568  25 

1  £*  AO  i 

lb,  034 
9 
39 
669 

801  70 
45 
1  95 
33  45 



16,751 

837  55 

 .  

4£  9^Q 

ft  44r»  41 

325 

73  12 

50,594 
51 
3,615 
7,373 
936 
6.399 
34 
1,476 
1,217 

9,021  06 
12  75 
848  72 
1,658  96 
220  85 
1,599  75 
7  65 
332  50 
304  25 

2,201 
7,373 

IAS£  Oil 

49o  22 
1,658  96 

1  1  O  OF 

llo  do 

34 
1  4*10 

7 

t  D*> 

■  ■   •  •  •  ■ 

4ft  9^Q 
t  ~,  _■• 

ft  44^  44 

11,919 

2,681  80 

71  £GA 

i  i,oyo 

I4,UUb  4'J 

4,076 

509  54 

267 

46  72 

4,6S1 
150 
67 
229 
370 
1,409 
748 
45 

623  86 
30  00 
11  72 
45  80 
66  12 
281  80 
130  95 
9  00 

67 

11  72 

315 

55  12 

748 

130  95 

4,076 

509  54 

1,397 

244  51 

7,699 

1,199  25 

Lbs. 

Lbs. 

Lbs. 
14,889 
1,353 

2,879 
342 

143  95 
17  10 

16,242 

3,221 

161  05 

110 


CUSTOMS  DEPARTMEN  T  ii 

3  GEORGE  V.,  A.  1913 
No.  1. — General  Statement 


Articles  Imported. 


DUTIABLE  GOODS —  Con. 

Flax,  hemp  and  jute— Con. 
Uncoloured  damask  of  linen, 
in  the  piece,  stair  linen, 
diaper,  doylies  tray  cloths, 
uncoloured  table  cloths,  or 
napkins  of  linen,  quilts, 
counterpanes,  pillow  cases 
of  linen  and  sheets  


Handkerchiefs . 


Countries. 


Total  Imports. 


Quantity. 


Value. 


E.NTERKD 


General  Tariff. 


United  Kingdom 

B.  India  

Hong  Kong  

Malta  

Aust.  Hungary . 
Azores  and 

Madeira 

Belgium  

China  „  

France  

Germany  

Italy  

Japan  

Porto  Rico  

Portugal  

Russia  in  Europe 

Spain  

Switzerland  

Turkey  in  Asia. . 
United  States. . . 


Horse  clothing  of  jute,  shaped 
or  otherwise  manufactured. 


Total. 


United  Kingdom 

Hong  Kong  

Malta  

Aust. -Hungary  . 
Azores  and 

Madeira 

Belgium  

China  

France  

Germany  

Japan   

Portugal  

Russia  in  Europe 

Spain  

Switzerland.  . . . 
Turkey  in  Asia 
Turkey  in  Europe 
United  States . . . 


899,Vi9 
61 
1,232 
224 
4,486 

451 
1,118 
730 
18,111 
32,355 
283 
80,293 
150 
5,108 
89 
1,683 
1,216 
18 
10.178 


1,062,905 


Total 


United  Kingdom 

Germany  

United  States. . . 


Total 


228,087 
57 
19 
51 

37 

651 
9 

2,339 
169 

1,867 
483 

58 
6 

14,057 

23 
35 
2,788 


250,741 


328 
448 
4,722 

5,498 


Value. 

Duty. 

S  cte. 

37,475 
61 
1,232 
224 
4,486 

11,242  50 
18  30 
369  60 
67  20 
1,345  80 

451 
1,716 
730 
18,111 
32,557 
283 
77,907 
150 
5,108 
89 
1,083 
1,216 
18 
16,738 

135  30 
514  80 
219  00 
5,433  30 
9,767  10 
84  90 
23,372  10 
45  00 
1.532  40 
26  70 
504  90 
364  80- 
5  40 
5,021  40 

200,235 

60,070  50 

869 
57 
19 
51 

304  15 
19  95 
6  65 
17  86 

37 

12  95 

9 
210 
169 
168 
488 
58 

6 

3  15 
73  50 
59  15 
58  80 
170  80 
20  30 

2  10 

23 
35 
2,788 

8  05 
12  25 
975  80 

4,987 

1,745  45 

79 
448 
4,722 

23  70 
134  40 
1,41C  GO 

5,249 

1,574  70 

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TRADE  AM)  X  AY  I  GAT  I  ON 


111 


for  Home  CONSUMPTION. 


Preferential  Tariff. 

Treaty  Rates. 

Quantity . 

Value. 

.Duty. 

Quantity. 

V  alue. 

Duty. 

Quantity. 

t 

855,878 

$  cts. 
171,175  60 

... 

t 

$   cts . 

855,878 

.  — _ 
171,175  60 

• 

213,848 

53,462  00 

4,516 

1,467  70 

651 

211  57 

2, 12V 

691  97 

1,970 

640  25 

14,245 

4,629  71 

213,848 

53,462  00 

23,511 

7,641  20 

249 

49  80 

249 

49  80 


1 

Total. 


Value. 


893,353 
61 
1,232 
224 
4,486 

451 
1,716 
730 
18,111 

32,557 
283 
77,907 
150 
5,108 
89 
1,683 
1,216 
18 
16,738 


1,056,113 


219,233 
57 
19 
51 

37 
651 
9 

2,339 
169 
2,138 
488 
58 
6 

14,245 
23 
35 
2,788 

242,346 


328 
448 
4,722 

5,498 


Duty 
Collected . 


$  Ct8. 


182,418  10 
18  30 
369  60 
67  20 
1,345  80 

135  30 
514  80 
219  00 
5,433  30 
9,767  10 
84  90 
23,372  10 
45  00 
1,532  40 
26  70 
504  90 
364  80 
5  40 
5,021  40 


231,246  10 


55,233  85 

19  95 
6  65 

17  85 

12  95 
211  57 
3  15 
765  47 

59  15 
699  05 
170' 80 

20  30 
2  10 

4,629  71 

8  05- 

12  25 

975  80 

62,848  65 


73  50 
134  40 
1,416  60 

1,624  50 


112 


CUSTOMS  DEPARTMENT  ii 

3  GEORGE  V.,  A.  1913 
Xo.  1. — General  Statement 


Akticles  Imported. 


DUTIABLE   GOODS — Con. 

Flax,  henip  and  jute — Con. 
Towels  


Total  Imports. 


Coi'NTKIE.S. 


Quantity. 


Fabrics,  brown  or  bleached. 


United  Kingdom 
Aust. -Hungary  . 

France  

Germany..  

Japan  

Portugal  j 

United  States. . . 


Total 


United  Kingdom 

Belgium  

China   

France  

Germany  

Japan   

Switzerland  

United  States.. . 


Fabrics  of 
N.O.P., 


flax,  unbleached, 


Ta:.lors'  hollands  of  linen  and 
towelling  in  the  web  


Linen  clothing,  N.O.P. 


Yds. 
967,206 
1,40ft 
80 
2,700 
1,293 
5,330 
252 
25,732 


Total   1,004,002 


United  Kingdom 

Hong  Kong  

Aust. -Hungary.. 

Belgium  

France  

Germany  

Russia  in  Europe 
Switzerland 
United  States. . . 

Total  


3,313,224 
200 
55 
1,780 
250 
992 
625 
215 
154,033 


3,471,374 


United  Kingdom 

Belgium  

France  

Germany  

Holland  

Japan  

Russia  in  Furope 
United  States. . . 

Total  .  .. 


United  Kingdom 
Aust. -Hungary.. 

Belgium  

China  

France   

Germany  

Japan  

United  States. . . 


2,507,305 
6,067 
511 
180 
494 
540 
2,079 
10,839 


2,528,015 


Total. 


Value. 


498 
63 
1,409 
81 
264 
4,391 


219,253 


121,304 
4^7 

25 
185 
185 
318 

56 
2,578 


125,138 


267,689 
28 
30 

110 
13 

399 
57 

74 

11,136 


279,536 


r9,960 
454 
100 
26 
33 
43 
164 
1,631 


182,411 


5,336 
142 
19 
61 
1,161 
1,417 
90 
10,579 

18,805 


Enter kd 


General  Tariff. 


Quantity.  Value 


Yds. 
31,314 
1,409 
80 
2,700 
1,293 
5,330 
252 
25,732 


68,110 


67,988 
200 
55 
1,780 
250 
992 
625 
215 
154,033 


226,138 


20,987 
6,067 
511 
180 
494 

2,079 
10.839 


41,697 


4,602 
498 
63 
1.444 
81 
264 
4,391 


11,343 


4.324 
487 

25 
185 
185 
318 

56 
V!,578 


8,158 


6,411 
28 
30 
110 
13 
399 
57 
74 
11,136 


18,258 


1,952 
454 
100 
26 
33 
43 
164 
1,631 


4,403 


1,461 


19 
61 
180 
1,417 
18 
10,579 

13,735 


11 


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113 


SESSIONAL  PAPER  No.  11 

of  Imposts — Continued. 


for  Home  Consumption. 


Peferential  Tariff. 

Treaty  Rates. 

Total. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty 
Collected. 

3 

203,884 

$  Ct8. 

40,776  80 

S 

$  cts. 

208,486 
498 
63 
1,444 
81 
261 
4,391 

S  cts. 

42,157  40 
/   149  40 
18  90 
433  20 
24  30 
79  20 
1,317  30 

a  

203,8841      40,776  80 

215,227 

44,179  70 

 _ 

Yds 
931,035 

115,562 

20,224  04 

Yds. 

Yds. 
962,349 
1,409 
80 
2,700 
1,293 
5,330 
252 
25,732 

119,886 
487 
25 
185 
185 
318 
56 
2,578 

21.305  04 
121  75 
6  25 
46  25 
46  25 
79  50 
14  00 
644  50 

22,263  54 

931,035 

115,562 

20,224  04 

 . — - 



999,145 

123,72m 

3,268,458 

263,890 

39,583  50 

3,336,446 
200 
55 
1,780 
250 
992 
625 
215 
154,033 

270,301 
28 
30 
110 
13 
399 
57 
74 
11,136 

41,186  25 
7  00 
7  50 
27  50 
3  25 
99  75 
14  25 
18  50 
2,784  00 

3,268,458 

263,890 

39,583  50 

3,494,596 

282,148 

44,148  00 

2,692,511 

178.553 

31,247  67 

2,713,498 
6,067 
511 

494 
540 
2,079 
10,839 

180,505 
454 
100 
26 
33 
43 
164 
1,631 

31,735  67 
113  50 
25  00 
6  50 
8  25 
10  75 
41  00 
407  75 

2,692,511 

178,553 

31,247  67 

2,734,208 

182,956 

32,348  42 

3,858 

964  50 

362 
142 

117  65 
46  15 

5,681 
142 
19 
61 
1,161 
1,417 
90 

1,593  50 
46  15 
6  65 
21  35 
381  84 
495  95 
29  70 

981 

318  84 

:::::::::::: 

72 

23  40 

10.579        3.702  65 

3,858 

964  50 

1,557 

506  04 



19,150 

6,277  79 



11— ii_8 


114 


CUSTOMS  D EPA RTMEST  ii 

3  GEORGE  V.,  A.  1913 
No.  1. — General  Statement 


Articles  Imported. 


DUTIABLE   GOODS — Con. 

Flax,  hemp  and  jute— Con. 
Linen  blouses  and  shirt  waists 


Linen  thread,  N.O.P. 


Countries. 


United  Kingdom 
United  States. . . 


Total. 


United  Kingdom 

Belgium  

France   

Germany  

United  States  . . 


Shirts  of  linen 


Total . 


United  Kingdom 

France   

J  apan  

United  States. . . 

Total  


Tapestry,  jute  United  Kingdom 


Jute  cloth,  uncolonred,  not 
further  finished  than  crop- 
ped, bleached,  mangled,  or 
calendered  


Total  Imports. 


Entered- 


Quantity. 


Lbs. 
320,931 
4,207 
1,188 
125 
10,060 


336,511 


boz. 


177 
4 

3 
268 


452 


Fabrics  of  flax,  printed,  dyed 
or  coloured,  N.O.P  


United  Kingdom 

B.  India   . 

Belgium  

United  States. . . 

Total  


Yds. 

2,876,171 
28,064.719 
1,144 
1,077,405 


32,019,439 


United  Kingdom 
Aust. -Hungary  . 

Belgium  

France   

Germany.. 

Japan   

United  States. . . 

Total  


Other  manufactures  of  hemp,  or 
flax,  or  of  which  hemp  or  flax 
is  the  comjxjnent  material  of 
chief  value,  N.O.P  


United  Kingdom 

Hong  Kong  

Aust. -Hungary.. 
France   


Germany  

Japan   

Spain  

United  States. 

Total  ... 


317,062 
300 
504 
450 
431 
150 
4,927 


323,824 


Value. 


224 
326 


550 


220,549 
2,425 
916 
40 
7,239 


General  Tariff. 


326 


Lbs. 


.*23 


225 
125 
10,060 


326 


369 


229 
40 
7,239 


231,169 


1,515 
48 
29 

2,104 


11,233 


Doz. 


4 

210 


3,696| 


214 


273 


151,369 
1.014,444 


Yds. 

4,105 
299,475 


7,877 


48 
1,818 


1,866 


218 
12,084 


Quantity.     Value.  Duty. 


166 
53,641 

1,144 
1,077,405 

166 
:>3,641 

16  GO 
5,364  10 

1,219,620 

1,382,129 

66,109 

6,610  90 

31,859 
57 

205 
45 
71 
33 

562 

7,973 
300 
504 
450 
431 
150 

4,927 

1,236 
57 

205 
45 
71 
33 

562 

401  75 
18  52 
66  62 
14  62 
23  07 
10  72 

182  65 

32,832 

14,735 

2,209 

717  95 

14,979 
90 
47 
322 
448 
208 
13 
24,449 

1,082 
90 
47 
322 
148 
208 
13 
24,449 

378  70 
31  50 
16  45 
112  70 
51  80 
72  80 
4  55 
8,557  15 

40,556 

26,359i       9,225  65 

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of  I  .\i  P<  hits — Con  I  in  ued. 


TRADE  AyD  NAVIGATION 


115 


for  Home  Consumption. 


Peferential  Tariff. 

Treaty  Rates. 

Total. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity. 

Value       r  Duty 

Collected. 

% 

224 

$  cts. 
56  00 

% 

%  cts. 

$ 

224 
326 

%  cts. 

56  00 
114  10 

224 

£6  00 

550 

170  10 

Lbs. 
320, 198 

220,169 

38,529  47 

Lbs. 

10 
4,207 
963 

11 

2,425 
687 

2  47 
545  62 
154  57 

Lbs 
321,031 
4,207 
1,188 
125 
10,060 

220,549 
2,425 
916 
40 
7,239 

38,624  19 
545  62 
211  82 
10  00 
1,809  75 

320,198 

220,169 

38,529  47 



5,180 

3,123 



702  66 

336,611 

231,169 

41,201  38 

Doz. 

177 

1,515 

378  75 

Doz. 

Doz. 

177 
4 
3 

210 

1,515 
48 
29 

1,818 

378  75 
16  80 
9  42 
636  30 

3 

29 

9  42 

177 

1,515 

378  75 

3 

29 

 , — _  

9  42 

304 

3,410 

1,041  27 

273 

40  95 



273 

40  95 

Yds. 

2,755.900 
27,765,244 

147,233 
1,002,360 

11,042  47 
75,176  96 

Yds. 

Yds. 

2,760,005 
28,064,719 
1,144 
1,077,405 

147,451 
1,014,444 
166 
53,641 

11,064  27 
76,385  36 
16  60 
5,364  10 

30,521, 144 

1,119,593 

86,219  43 

31,903,273 

1,215,702 

92,830  33 

310,242 

30,682 

7,670  50 

 _  

318,215 
300 
504 
450 
431 
150 
4,927 

31,918 
57 

205 
45 
71 
33 

562 

8,072  25 
18  52 
66  62 
14  62 
23  07 
10  72 
182  65 

310,242 

30,682 

7,670  50 

324,977 

32,891 

8,388  45 

13,897 

3,474.  25 

14,979 
90 
47 
322 
148 
208 
13 
24,449 

3,852  95 
31  50 
16  45 
112  70 
51  80 
72  80 
4  55 
8,557  15 

13,897 

3,474  25 

40,256 

12,699  90 

11_  H_8£ 


116  CUSTOMS  DEPARTMEST  ii 


3  GEORGE  V.r  A.  1913 

No.  1. — General  Statement 


Articles  Imported. 

Countries. 

Total  Imports. 

Entered 

i  it* 1 1  \i  \  by  ■ 

Value. 

G 

Quantity. 

eneral  Tar 
Value. 

ff. 

Duty. 

DUTIABLE  GOODS — Con. 

Flax,  hemp  and  jute  —Con. 
Manufactures  of  jute,  N.O.P. 

Foundry  facings  of  all  kinds. . . 
Fruits,  including  nuts,  viz: — 

Dates   

Prunes  and  plums  unpitted. . 

United  Kingdom 

% 

941  ^<lH 

467 
217 

1  70S 
1,  (  oo 

85 
3,507 
27 
7 

$ 

4  714 

$       Ct8 . 

1  ITU  Kli 



217 

85 
5,599 
27 
7 

1 1  QQ1 

l  1,  ,'£»1 

54  25 

21  25 
1,399  75 
6  75 
1  75 

Norway   

Total..  .. 

United  Kingdom 
United  States. . . 

Total  

J-4 ,  o4o 

d,o?/  uu 

1,228 
19,384 

19,384 

4,846  00 

20,612 

19, 384 

4,846  00 

United  States. . . 

United  Kingdom 

Greece  

United  States. . . 

Total  

United  Kingdom 

China'  

Turkey  in  Asia. . 
United  States. . . 

Total  

UnitedKingdom 

Turkey  in  Asia.. 
United  States. . . 

Total  

United  Kingdom 

Hong  Kong.  

Aust. -Hungary  . 
France   

Greece  

Turkey  in  Asia.. 
United  States. . . 

Total...  . 

Lbs. 

•>~  i  1 1 1 

Ji  .  4  V.i 

Lbs. 

1)7(1  £?QO 

on  oor 

/,4/l  75 

532,725 
10,480,442 
2,002,534 

30,426 
538,856 
127,993 

544,446 
10,238,187 
1,974,264 

30,830 
527,496 
126,069 

3,629  87 
68,254  51 
13,161  66 

13,015,701 

697,275 

12,756,897 

684,395 

85,046  04 

94,574 
540 

t  <>i) 

106 

O  1    1  OA 
Si,  ISO 

6>i,299 
2,922,150 

4,900 
12 
14 

3 

1,00<$ 
2,596 
165,137 

152,746 
510 

106 

*>  1   1  OA 

,54,  lS'J 
66,299 
3,006  374 

6,453 
12 
14 
3 

1    i  iA«J 

1,000 
2,596 
165,146 

840  10 
2  97 

O  OA 

6  8!l 
0  58 

lOI    A  A 

187  99 
364  63 
16,535  02 

3,118,558 

173,665 

3,260,954 

175.227 

17,935  18 

640,189 

4,046 
114,885 

OCKl  >>ll 

822, 24 1 
103,190 

1,294,342 

19.249 

181 
4,262 

•    II      1          ■             '  L 

20,330 
4,000 

1  AT  1  AO 

74,113 

666,919 
2,500 
4,046 
112,585 
756,773 
103,190 

O  ,",Afl  Q»iA 

1,345,338 

20,216 
140 
181 
4,169 
IS,  488 
4,01 10 

1  IP  "ED 

lit),  i  On 

76,100 

3,668  04 
13  75 
22  25 
619  21 
4,162  24 
567  54 

T  9  Qn1  TA 
lo,S01  70 

7,399  35 

5,213,214 

229,238 

5,500,731 

240,052 

30,254  08 

32,987 
66 

517,475 
84,187 
7,700 
5,400 

12,874,55S 

3,672 
3 

32,797 
6,927 
682 
297 

852,492 

32,987 
66 

480,294 
84,187 
7,700 
5  400 
6,887 
12,332,532 

3,672 
3 

29,764 
6,927 
6S2 
297 
487 
818,573 

219  91 
0  44 
3.201  96 
561  24 
51  33 
36  00 
45  91 
82,217  05 

13,522,373 

896,870 

12,950,053 

860,405 

86,333  84 

ii  TRADE  AND  NAVIGATION 

SESSIONAL  PAPER  No.  11 

of  Imports — Continued. 


117 


kor  Home  Consumption. 


Peferential  Tariff. 

Treaty  Rates. 

Total. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

P>n  +  17 

Oil  O  1 1 1"  1  i~xr 

"V  Q 1 1 1  (± 

(Ill  QT»f  it  V 

Value. 

Duty 
Collected. 

$ 

236,520 
467 

$  cts. 

35,433  00 
70  05 

$ 

$  cts. 

$ 

240,934 
467 
217 
1,708 
85 
5,599 
27 
7 

11,991 

$  cts. 

36,611  50 
70  05 
54  25 
427  00 
21  25 
1,399  75 
6  75 
1  75 
2,997  75 

—  

236,687 

35,503  05 

261,035 

41,590  05 

1,228 

184  20 

1,228 
19,384 

184  20 
4,846  00 

1,228 

184  20 

20,612 

5,030  20 

Lbs. 

Lbs. 

Lbs. 
279,688 

29,887 

7,471  75 



544,446 
10,238,187 
1,974,264 

30,830 
527,496 
126,069 

3,629  87 
68,254  51 
13,161  66 

12,756,897 

684,395 

85,046  04 





 . — 

152,746 
540 
709 
106 
34,180 
66,299 
3,006,374 

6,453 
12 
14 
3 

1,003 
2,596 
165,146 

840  10 

2  97 

3  89 
0  58 

187  99 
364  63 
16,535  02 



3,260,954 

175,227 

17,935  18 



642 

77 

2  58 



667,561 
2,500 
4,046 
112,585 
756,773 
103,190 
2,509,380 
1,345,338 

20,293 
140 
181 
4,169 
18,488 
4,000 
116,758 
76,100 

3,670  62 
13  75 
22  25 
619  21 
4,162  24 
567  54 
13,801  70 
7,399  35 

642 

77 

2  58 

5,501,373 

240,129 

30,256  66 

32,987 
66 

480,294 
84,187 
7,700 
5,400 
6,887 
12,332,532 

3,672 
3 

29,764 
6,927 
682 
297 
487 
8-18,573 

219  91 
0  44 

3,201  96- 
561  24 
51  33 
36  00 
45  91 
82,217  05 

12,950,053 

860,405 

86,333  84 

118 


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3  GEORGE 

No.  1. — General 


ii 

V.,  A.  1913 

Statement 


Articles  Imported. 


DUTIABLE  GOODS — Con. 

Fruits — Con. 

Raisins   


All'other,  dried  fruite,N.O.P. 


Almonds,  shelled 


Almonds,  not  shelled . . 


Brazil  nuts,  not  shelled . 


Countries. 


Total  Imports. 


Entered 


United  Kingdom 
Australia  and 

Tasmania  

France   

Germany  

Greer  e  

Holland  

Spain  

Turkey  in  Asia. . 
United  States. . 

Total  


United  Kingdom 
B.  W.  Indies..  . . 

Hong  Kong  

Aust. -Hungary.. 

China  

France   

Germany  

Italy  

Japan   

Servia  

Spain  

Turkey  in  Asia. . 
United  States. . . 


United  Kingdom 

Hong  Kong  

China  

France  

Holland  

Italy  

Spain.  . .".  . 
United  States. . 


Total. 


United  Kingdom 

Hong  Kong  

China  

France   

Italy  

Spain  

Turkey  in  Asia. . 
United  States. . . 

Total  

United  Kingdom 

Brazil  

France   

United  State, 

Total. . . . 


1 

Quantity. 

Value . 

Lbs. 

$ 

415,987 

27,496 

44,800 
10,075 
22,865 
221,916 
28,000 
9,514,920 
1,266,043 
12,804,540 

2,676 
1,223 
2,324 
16,203 
1,575 
549,365 
113,662 
846,194 

24,329,146 

1,560,718 

12,194 
17,660 
131,039 
11,000 

14.X27 
18 
537 
79,479 
8,025 
1,800 

1,095 
516 

3,168 

1,050 
288 
8 
167 

3,275 
243 
270 

2,700 
3,857,436 

145 
347, 830 

4,136,715 

358,055 

79,373 
2,03'.) 
84 

102,035 
700 

22,736 
708,103 

15,660 

20,450 
83 
4 

25,579 
161 

i>t  37  1 

175,984 
4,147 

930,730 

231,782 



115,819 
895 
1,040 

184,901 
24,200 
489,980 

528 
225,409 

6,221 
27 
27 
19,032 
1,606 
48,937 
44 
29,476 

1,042,772 

105,370 

12,841 
23,870 
327 
332,603 

1,317 

2,387 
48 
34,931 

369,641 

38,683 

General  Tariff. 


Quantity, 


Lbs. 


419,131 

44,800 
10.775 
22,365 
221,916 
8,960 
8,981,794 
1,245,209 
12,891,044 


23,846,500 


9,374 
6,910 
131,039 
11,000 
14,827 
1,268 
537 
79,479 
8,025 
1,800 
1,000 
2,700 
3,862,79' 


4,130,756 


2,451 
2,039 
84 
9,211 
700 
22, 73(  i 
9,009' 
16,220 


62,450! 


113,697 
895 
1,040 
170,215 
24,200 
467,450 
1,546 
231,305 


1,010.348 


12,841 
20,869 
327 
348,370 

382,407 


Value. 


27,389 

2,676 
1,254 
2,324: 
16,203 
504; 
521,403 
113,449 
841,036 


1,526,238 


954 
189 
3,168 
1,050 
288 
10!) 
167 
3,275 
243 
270 
50 
145 
352,530 


362,438 


275 
83 
4 

2,363 
164 
5,371 
2.219 
4,275 


14,754 


5,656 
•-'7 
27 
17,547 
1,606 
47,996 
110 
3i  t,  065 


103,034 


1,317 
2,076 
48 
36,182 

39,623 


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of  Imports — Continued. 


119 


fob  Home  Consumption. 


Preferential  Tariff. 


Treaty  Rates. 


Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty. 

Lbs. 

$ 

$  cts. 

Lbs. 

§  cts. 





I 

10,750 

327 

^7  93 

' '  1  .iO 



10,750  327 

57  23 

i9,5U 

5,500 

585  33 

48,156 

12,640 

1,605  20 

90,024 

O  i  iAA  OA 

o.OOU  oO 

1,100 
708,836 

2o8 

17K  O  AO 

I/O,. 340 

36  60 
2,->,l)j(  80 

19.511 

5,500 

585  33 

848,116 

209,569 

28,270  40 

2,122 

565 

37  14 



2,122 

565 

37  14 

Total. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty 
Collected. 

Lbs. 

$ 

$  Ct8. 

419,137 

27,389 

2,794  24 

44,800 
10,775 
22,865 
221,916 
8,960 
8,981,794 

12,891,044 

2,676 
1.254 
2,324 
16,203 
504 
521,403 

11Q  AA(\ 

841,036 

298  66 
71  83 
152  43 
1,479  44 
59  73 
59,878  63 
8,301  3y 
85,940  39 

23,846,500 

1,526,238 

158,976  74 

9,374 
17,660 
131,039 
11,000 
14,827 

1,268 

79,479 
ft  n9K 

1,800 
1,000 
2,700 
3,862,797 

954 
516 
3,168 
1,050 
288 
109 
lot 
3,275 

-4.  > 

270 
50 
145 

352,530 

238  50 
104  48 
792  00 
262  50 
72  00 
27  25 
41  io 
818  75 
w  75 
67  50 
12  50 
36  25 
88,132  50 

4,141,506 

362,765 

90,666  73 

70.  lift 

2,039 

OA 

cH 

99,235 
700 
23,836 
717,845 

1  ft  ,|  1  K 

83 

23,686 
164 
5,629 
177,567 

4    O"  EE 

4,27o 

81  56 
3  36 
3,369  24 
28  00 
946  04 
23,988  16 
648  80 

930,077 

229,823 

31,353  73 

115,819 
895 
1,040 
170,215 
24,200 
467,450 
1,546 
231,305 

6,221 
27 
27 
17,547 
1,606 
47,996 
110 
30,065 

2,311  08 
17  90 
20  80 

3,404  30 
484  00 

9,349  00 
30  92 

4,626  10 

1,012,470 

103,599 

20,244  10 

12,841 

20,869 
327 
348,370 

1,317 
2,076 
48 
36,182 

256  82 
417  38 
6  54 
6,967  40 

382,407 

39,623 

7,648  14 

120 


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3  GEORGE  V.,  A.  1913 

Xo.  1. — General  Statement 


Articles  Imported. 


DUTIABLE  GOODS— Con. 

Fruits — Con. 
Pecans,  not  shelled  and  shelled 
peanuts,  N.O.  P  


Walnuts,  not  shelled . 


All  other  nuts,  N.O. P.,  not 
shelled  


All  other  nuts,  shelled. 


Countries. 


Total  Imports. 


Quantity 


United  Kingdom  j 
B.E.  Indiesother 

B.  India  

Hong  Kong  

China  

Dutch  E.  Indies. 

France   

Italy  

Japan  

Spain  

United  States. . . 


Total. 


United  Kingdom 

Belgium  

China  

France  

Italy  

Japan  

Spain  

Turkey  in  Asia  . 
United  States. . . 

Total  


United  Kingdom 
B.  Strait  Settle- 
ments   

B.  W.  Indies.  .. 

Hong  Kong  

China  

Dutch  E.  Indies. 

France  

Greece  

Italy  

Japan ..... 

Spain  

Turkey  in  Asia  . 
United  States . . 


United  Kingdom 

B.  India.  

B.  E.  Indies 
Other   

B.  W.  Indies... 

Hong  Kong  

Aust.  Hungary . 

China  

Egypt  and  Sou- 
dan   

France.. .   

Italy  

Spain  


Lbs. 


236,159 
34,022 
22,000 
4,776 
46,835 
362,979 
629,006 
1,846 
^o:,4>j 
167,297 
473.76c 


2, 


Value. 


10.795 
1,364 
4,700 
102 
2,131 
14,694 
28,732 
145 
9,231 
8,091 
144,947 


Ektered 


General  Tariff. 


Quantity.     Value.  Duty. 


Lbs. 


248,096 
26,982 
22,000 
4,776 
39,850 
218,857 
663,380 
1,557 
204.982 
245,827 
2,397,863 


11,313 
1,044 
4,700 
102 
1,783 
8,986 
30,474 
124 
9,315 
12,865' 
144,781 


$  cte. 


4.961  92 
539  64 
440  00 
95  52 
797  00 
4,377  14 
13,267  60 
31  14 
4,099  64 
4,916  54 
47,957  26 


4,184.167 

224,932 

4,<i74.17n 

225,487 

81,483  40 

122.914 
12,481 
17,831 
965,326 
9,533 
99,000 
14.639 
7,131 
335,625 

9,855 
1,272 
1,307 

97,234 
1,983 
7,188 
1,287 
548 

40.069 

119,750 
10,66, 
8,231 
949,383 
7,330 
88,000 
16,214 
7,131 
346,560 

9,571 
1,691 
944 
94,818 
1,719 
6,464 
1,455 
548 
41,276 

2.395  00 
333  34 
164  62 
18,987  66 
146  60 

1,760  00 
324  28 
142  62 

6,9S1  20 

1,584,480 

160,743 

1,559,266 

158.486 

31,185  32 

333,067 

19,159 

309,311 

17,214 

6,186  22 

4,424 
14,078 
104,547 
104,623 

226 
631 
2,932 
4,220 

4,424 
14,078 
104,600 
79,054 

2,196 
81,283 

226 
631 
2,933 
2,918 
108 

88  48 
2S1  56 
2,092  00 
1,581  08 
43  92 

110,613 
3,117 
566,840 
960,718 
155,030 
3,877 
4,'»63,616 

11,234 
150 

8,450 

1,625  66 

36,216 
37,331 
11,520 
181 
212,502 

553,509 
<K)6,234 
183,023 
25,610 
4,180,179 

35,708 
35.501 
13,354 
1,592 
241,613 

11,070  18 
18,124  68 
3,660  46 
512  20 

83,603  58 

6,424,550 

366,302 

6. 443,501 

360,248 

128,870  02 

202,5*2 
12,872 

41,223 
1,347 

18,963 
6,790 

3,616 

685 

758  52 
271  60 

2,240 
75 
sirs 

3,850 
1,482 

331 

10 
15 
1,072 
36 

75 
808 

10 
15 

3  00 
32  32 

1,482 

36 

59  28 

2,112 
1,823,310 
1,680 
187,003 

290 
395,534 
488 
35,396 

2,112 
95,813 
1,680 
2,720 

290 
16,008 
488 
640 

84  48 
3,832  52 
67  20 
108  80 

ii 

SESSIONAL  PAPER  No.  11 

of  Im PORTS — Contin  ued. 


TRADE  AND  NAVIGATION 


121 


for  Home  Consumption. 


Peferential  Tariff. 

Treaty  Rates. 

Total. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Lbs. 

< 

$  cts. 

Lbs. 

$ 

$  cts. 

Lbs. 

248,096 
26,982 
22,000 
4,776 

39,850 

91  ^  Sr>7 

663,380 

204,982 
245,827 
2,397,863 

9 

11,313 
1,044 
4,700 
102 
1,783 

30,474 

1  94 
1.24 

9,315 
12,865 
144,781 



4,074,170 

225,487 

119,750 
16,667 
8,231 
949, 3S3 
7,330 
88,000 
16,214 
7,131 

OiO,  OOVr 

9,571 
1,691 

944 
94,818 
1,719 
6.464 
1,455 

548 

41  97P. 

1*SK  ISfi 
LOo,  "i oO 

15,155 

963 

265  21 

324,466 

4,424 
14,078 
104,600 
79,054 
2,196 
81,283 

18,177 

226 
631 
2,933 
2,918 
ICS 
8,450 

553,509 
906,234 
183,023 
25,610 
4,180,178 

35,708 
35,501 
13,354 
1,592 
241,613 

15,155 

963 

265  21 

6,458,656 

361,211 

17,378 
6,082 

2,688 

2,868 
662 

384 

521  34 
182  46 

80  64 

154,451 

34,553 

5,148  36 

190,792 
12,872 

2,688 
75 
808 
3,850 
1,482 

2,112 
1,721,791 
1,680 
181,892 

41,037 
1,347 

384 
10 
15 
1,072 
36 

290 
385,467 
488 
34,318 

c 

3,850 

1,072 

128  33 

1,625,978 

369,459 

54,199  11 

179,172 

33,678 

5,972  40 

Duty 
Collected. 


$  CtP. 


4,961  92 
539  64 
440  0O 
95  52 
797  00 
4,377  14 
13,267  60 
31  14 
4,099  64 
4,916  54, 
47,957  26 


81,483  40 


2,395  00 
333  34 
164  62 
18,987  66 
146  60 

1,760  00 
324  28 
142  62 

6,931  20 


31,185  32 


6,451  43 

88  48 
281  56 
2,092  00 
1,581  08 

43  92 
1,625  66 


11,070  18 
18,124  68 
3,660  46 
512  20 
83,603  58 


129,135  23 


6,428  22 
454  06 

80  64 
3  00 
32J52 
128  33 
59  28 

84  48 
58,031  63 
67  20 
6.081  20 


122  CUSTOMS  DEPARTMENT  ii 

3  GEORGE  V.,  A.  1913 

No.  1. — General  Statement 


Total  Imports. 

Entered 

Articles  Imported. 

Countries. 

General  Tariff. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty. 

DCTIABLE  GOODS — Con. 

Lbs. 

$ 

Lbs. 

i 

S  cU. 

Fruits — Con. 

All  other  nuts,  shelled  

Turkey  in  Asia  . 

80,43*i 

12,383 

80,436 

12.383 

3,217  44 

United  States. . . 

106,895 

36,047 

107,035 

36,077 

4,281  40 

Total  

2,425,345 

524.172 

317,914 

70,248 

12,716  56 

Brls. 

Brls. 

1  ,r.-,-'i  1',', 

Australia  and 

Tasmania  

100 

794 

100 

794 

40  00 

1               _     -            1        .  . 

I  rated  States. . . 

195,693 

683,795 


194,969 

680,292 

77,987  60 

'  i  - ,  _i. .-.  i 

195,793 

684, 5S9 

195,069 

681,086 

78,027  60 

Blackberries,  gooseberries, 

Lbs. 

Lbs. 

raspberries  and  strawber- 

ries, N.O.P  

United  States. .  . 

3,005,836 

340,419 

3  000  833 

339  S44 

60  016  66 

8,100 

984 

9,650 

1,166 

193  00 

L  nited  States. . 

506,323 

66,117 

504,504 

65,868 

10,090  08 

Total  

514,423 

67,101 

514,154 

67,034 

10  283  08 

Bush. 

Bush. 

Cranberries                   .  - . 

Xewfoun  d  1  a  n  d 

and  Labrador. 

5 

17 

5 

17 

4  25 

United  States. . . 

31,919 

99,378 

31,898 

99,336 

24,834  00 

Total  

31,924 

99,395 

31,903 

99,353 

24,838  25 

Lbs. 

Lbs. 

United  States. . . 

1,960 

211 

1,960 

211 

39  20 

Grapes.. 

United  Kingdom 

1,311,172 

106,723 

1,310,837 

_  

106,6!»2 

26,216  74 

840 

49 

840 

49 

16  80 

Spain  

218,885 

19,144 

218,885 

19,144 

4,377  70 

United  States. . . 

4,779,680 

230,198 


4,772,417 

229,639 

95,448  34 

Total  

6,310,577 

356.114 

6.:-i02,979 

355,524 

126,059  58 

Peaches 

United  States. .. 

8,973,310 

300,052 

8,970,646 

2(9,913 

89,706  46 

Bush. 

Bush. 

United  States. .. 

97,293 

240,051 

97,246 

239,916 

29,173  80 

Quinces,   apricots,  pears  and 

Lbs. 

Lbs. 

nectarines,  N.O.P  

Australia  and 

•  960 

47 

960 

47 

4  80 

Hung'  Kong  

3,096 

68 

3,096 

68 

15  48 

3,300 

55 

3,300 

55 

18  50 

Japan   

2,500 

35 

2,500 

35 

12  50 

United  States. .  . 

8,963,570 

295,199 

8,954,224 

294,722 

44,771  23 

Total  

8,973.426 

295.404J 



8,964,080 

294,927 

44,820  51 

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SESSIONAL  PAPER  No.  11 

of  Imports — Continued. 


for  Home  Consumption. 


Preferential  Tariff. 

Treaty  Kates. 

Total. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty 
Collected. 

Lbs. 

$ 

$  cts. 

Lbs. 

$ 

$  cts. 

Lbs. 
80.436 

$ 

12.383 

$  cts. 

3,217  44 
4,281  40 

107,035  36,077 

26,148 

3,914 

784  44 

1,963,451 

438,762 

6a,  448  20 

2,307,513 

512,924 

i  8,949  20 

Brls. 

Brls. 

Brls. 

100 
194,969 

794 

680,292 

40  00 
77,987  60 

195,069 

681,086 

(8,027  60 



Lbs. 

Lbs. 

Lbs. 
3,000,833 

339,844 

60,016  60 

9.650 

1.166 

193  00 
10,090  08 

504.5041  65.868 

i 

514,154 

67,034 

10,283  08 

r>usn. 

Bush. 

Bush. 

5 

31,898 

17 

99,336 

4  25 
24,834  00 

31,903 

•  99,353 

24,838  25 

Lbs. 

Lbs. 

Lbs. 
1,960 

211 

39  20 

350 

5  25 

1,311,187 
840 

106,729 
49 
19,144 

22:9,639 

26,221  99 
16  aO 
4,377  70 
95,448  34 

 1  218.885 

4,772,417 

350 

37 

5  25 

6,303,329 

355,561 

1  *)(i  fl£  f  w»Q 

8,970,046 

299,913 

89,706  46 

Bush. 

Bush. 

Bush . 
97,246 

239,916 

29,173  80 

Lbs. 

Lbs. 

Lbs. 

960 
3,096 
3,300 
2,500 
8,954,224 

47 

68 
55 
35 

294.722 

4  80 
35  48 
16  .50 
12  50 
44,771  23 

8,964,080 

294,927 

44,820  51 

1 

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CUSTOMS  DEPARTMENT  ii 

3  GEORGE  V.,  A.  1913 

No.  1. — General  Statement 


Articles  Imported. 


DUTIABLE  GOODS. 

Fruits — Con. 

All  other,  NOP  


United  Kingdom 

Hong  Kong  

China  

Italy  

Japan  

Norway  

United  States. . . 


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


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


Fruits  preserved  in  brandy, 
&c,  &c,  containing  more 
than  40  p.c.  of  proof  spirits, 


Countries. 


Total  Imports. 


Quantity. 


Total. 


United  Kingdom 
Australia  and 

Tasmania  

B.  Strait  Settle- 
ments   

B  E.  Indies 

Other  

B.W.  Indies.... 

Hong  Kong  

Newfoundland 

and  Labrador. 
Aust.  -Hungary. . 

China. ...  J  

France  

Germany  

Hawaii  

Holland  

Italy  

Japan  

Spain  

Turkey  in  Asia.. 
United  States. . . 

Total  


United  Kingdom 

France  

United  States. . . 

Total  


United  States. 


Lbs. 
1,893,227 
1,026 
1,576,204 

60,120 

53,685 
64,433 

28 
592 
9,562 
451,833 
1,142 
210,524 
386,940 
3,859 
2,376 
89,940 
510 
4,547,098 


9,353,099 


Calls. 


26 
164 
73 


263 


15 


Value. 


1,613 
19 
14 
7,711 
3 
20 
19,004 


Entered 


General  Tariff. 


Quantity      Value.  Duty 


28,384 


118,148 

53 


Lbs. 
492,612 
38 


73,652  13,824 


2,147 
4,941 
1,884 

4 

18 
325 
43,388 
182 
14,496 
28,749 
579 
80 
7,088 
117 
272,510 


4,190 
64,433 

28 
2,167 
9,562 
41,069 
1,142 
162,749 
56,690 
3,859 
864 
18,150 
510 
4,500,809 


568,361  5,372,696 


Galls. 


71 

624 1 
233 


36 
191 
80 


92a 


307 


98 


15 


1,044 
19 
14 
7,711 
3 
20 
19,146 


27,95: 


38,565 
3 
534 


333 
1,884 

4 

133 
325 
5,202 
182 
11,126 
4,890 
579 
24 
1,100 
117 
248,307 


313,308 


85 
731 
250 


1,066 


98 


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125 


for  Home  Consimption. 


Preferential  Tariff. 

Treaty  Rates. 

Total. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty 
Collected. 

549 

$  cts. 
96  08 

$ 

$  cts. 

1,593 
19 
14 
7,711 
3 
20 
19,146 

$  cts. 

357  08 

4  75 
3  50 

1,927  75 
75 

5  00 
4,786  50 

549 

■ 

96  08 

28,506 

7,085  33 

Lbs. 
1,058,792 

57,312 

I5,8bl  88 

Lbs. 
280,067 
1,026 

20,842 

53 

5,601  31 
20  52 

Lbs. 

1,831,471 

1,064 

1,541,414 

62,010 
56,135 
64,433 

28 
4,099 
9,562 
428,911 
1,142 
162,749 
386,940 
3,859 
2,376 
93,865 
510 
4,500,809 

116,719 

56 

72,541 

2,235 
3,915 
1,884 

4 

257 
325 
40,825 
182 
11,126 
28,749 
579 
80 
7,222 
117 
248,307 

32,566  95 

21  37 

23,225  06 

930  15 
2,873  52 
1,449  74 

65 
87  40 
215  15 
8,680  89 
25  65 
3,661  85 
7,880  52 
86  83 
49  78 
1,922  67 
11  47 
101,268  29 

1,527,590 

62,010 
51,945 

72,007 

2,235 
3,582 

22,914  02 

930  15 
779  17 

1,932 

124 

38  64 

387,842 

35,623 

7,756  84 



330,250 

23,859 

6,605  00 

1,512 
75,715 

56 
6,122 

30  24 
1,514  30 

2,700,337 

135,136 

40,505  22 

1,078,344 

86,679 

21,566  88 

9,151,377 

535,123 

182,957  94 

Galls. 

Galls. 

Galls. 

36 
191 
80 

85 
731 
250 

42  50 
365  50 
125  00 

307 

1,066 

533  00 

15 

98 

65  40 

126 


01  ST0M8  DEPARTMENT  ii 

3  GEORGE  V.,  A.  1913 

No.  1. — General  Statement 


Articles  Imported. 


DUTIABLE  GOODS — Con. 

Furniture: — House,  office,  cabi 
net  or  store  furniture  of  wood, 
iron  or  other  material,  in 
parts  or  finished   . 


Countries. 


Furs    and    Manufactures  of, 
viz.: — 

Fur  skins  wholly  or  partially 
dressed,  N.O.P  


Caps,  hats,  muffs,  tippets, 
capes,  coats  and  cloaks  ol 
fur  and  other  manufactures 
of  fur,  N.O.P  


Fuses,  non-metallic. 


United  Kingdom 
B.  Honduras . . . 
B.W.  Indies... 
Hong  Kong. . . . 
A  ust.  -  Hungary. 

Belgium  

China  

Cuba  

France   

Germany  

Holland  

Italy  

Japan   

Spain    

Switzerland. . . 
Turkey  in  Asia. 
United  States. . 


Total  Imports. 


Entered 


General  Tariff. 


Quantity .  Value. 


199 


1,4 


69 
14 
502 
27,107 
11,716 
3,291 
4,699 
1,476 
9,776 
5,502 
53 
1,410 
9,484 
1,285 
C 
131 
9,432 


Total   1,755,513;. 


United  Kingdom 
A  ust. -Hungary.. 

Belgium  

China  

France  

Germany  

Russia  in  Asia.  . 
Russia  in  Europe 

Switzerland  

United  States. . . 


290,504 
9,695 
187' 
2,923 

152,707 

233, 125 
938 
5,051 
2,357 

310,141 


Total  '  1,007,6281 


United  Kingdom 

B.  India  

Hong  Kong. .  . . 
Aust.- Hungary.. 

Belgium  

China  

France  

Germany  

Italy  

Switzerland  

United  States. . . 


Total. 


29f\Sl5 
50 
11 
1,393 
2,693 
264 
24,157 
49, 130 
330 
234 
162,747 


539,824 


United  Kingdom 

Belgium  

United  States. . . 


Total. 


116,849 
7\62fi 
124.475 


Quantity. 

Value. 

$ 

18,852 
14 
299 
12,626 
10,739 
1,627 
4,699 
1,428 
3,952 
5,502 
53 
1,410 
1,466 
1,264 
6 
131 
1,475,769 


$  cts 


5,655  60 
4  20 
89  70 
3,787  80 
3,221  70 
488  10 
1,409  70 
428  40 
1,185  60 
1,650  60 
15  90 
423  00 
439  80 
379  20 
1  80 
39  30 
442,730  70 


1,539,837     461,951  10 


133,984 
9,695 
571 
777 
152,640 
235,289 
938 
5,051 
2,357 
289,342 


20,097  60 
1,454  25 
85  65 
116  55 

22,896  00 

35,293  35 
140  70 
757  65 
353  55 

43,401  30 


830,644     124,59(1  60 


12,889 
50 
11 
1,393 
2,693 
264 
22,657 
49,342! 
330 
234 
162,387 


3,866  70 
15  00 
3  30 
417  90 
807  90 
79  20 
6,797  10 
14,802  60 
99  00 
7c  20 
48,716  10 


252,250      75,675  00 


429 
85 
7,626 

8,140 


85  80 
17  00 

1,525  20 

1,628  00 


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of  Imports — Continued. 


for  Home  Consumption. 


Preferential  Tariff. 

Treaty  Rates. 

Total. 

Onanti  tv 

Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty 
Collected. 

$ 

17.%  190 

$  cts. 
35,038  00 

1 

4,422 

$  *i3. 
1,216  05 

$ 

198,464 
14 
562 
27,107 
11,716 
3,291 
4,699 
1,428 
9,777 
5,502 
53 
1,410 
9,484 
1,285 
6 
131 

1,475,769 

$  cts. 

41,909  65 
4  20 
142  30 
7,770  28 
3,490  37 
945  70 
1,409  70 
428  40 
2,787  47 
1,650  60 
15  90 
423  00 
2,644  75 
384  97 
1  80 
39  30 
442,730  70 

2G3 

52  60 

14,481 
977 
1,664 

3,982  48 
268  ti 
457  60 

5,825 

1,601  8* 

8,018 
21 

2,204  9o 
5  77 

175,453 

35,090  60 

35,408 

9,  ,37  39 

1,750,698 

506,779  09 



145,003 

14,560  30 

279,587 
9,695 
571 
777 
152,640 
235,289 
938 
5,051 
2,357 
289,342 

34,657  90 
1,454  25 
85  65 
116  55 

22,896  00 

35,293  35 
140  70 
757  65 
353  55 

43,401  30 

•  •   

145,603 

14,560  30 

976,247 

139,156  90 



285,166 

57,033  20 

298,055 

DO 
11 

1,393 
2,693 
264 
22,657 
49,342 
330 
234 
162,387 

60,899  90 

10  00 

3  30 
417  90 
807  90 
79  20 
6,797  10 
14,802  60 
99  00 
70  20 
48,716  10 

285,166 

57,033  20 

537,416 

132,708  20 

116,914 

14,614  37 

117,343 
85 
7,626 

14,700  17 
17  00 

1,525  20 

116  '114 

14  614  37 

125,054 

16,242  37 

 ,  j                      '    —J  w—  —       —  » 

128 


CUSTOMS  DEPARTMENT  ii 

3  GEORGE  V.t  A.  1913 

No.  1. — General  Statement 


Articles  Imported. 


Countries. 


Total  Imports. 


Quantity. 


DUTIABLE  GOODS — Con. 

Glass  and  manufactures  of — 
Glass  carboys  or  demijohns, 
bottles,   decanters,  flasks, 
jars  and  phials  


GlasB  balls,  and  cut,  pressed 
or  moulded,  crystal  glass 
tableware,  blown    g  1  a  s 
tableware,   and  other  cut 
glass  ware  


Lamp  chimneys,  glass  shades 
or  globe*   . . 


United  Kingdom 

Hong  Kong  

Newfoun  d  1  a  n  d 
and  Labrador 
Aust. -Hungary. 
Belgium  .... 

China  

France  

Germany  

Holland*  

Italy  

Japan   

Norway  

Spain  

Sweden  

Switzerland. ... 
United  States. . 


No. 


Total  


United  Kingdom 

Hong  Kong  

Aust. -Hungary.. 

Belgium  

France  

Germany  

Holland  

Italy  

Norway  

Spain  

Sweden  

Switzerland  

United  States.. . 


Total . 


I'nited  Kingdom 

Hong  Kong  

Aust. -Hungary.. 

Belgium  

China  

France   

Germany  

Holland  

Sweden  

Switzerland  

United  States. . . 


Total . 


Value. 


M;.t;>:; 
1,549 

100 
3,937 
15,753 
21 
4.460 
65,200 
18,404 
133 
4 
2 
94 
1,194 
38 

271,415 


468,987 


43.327 
56 
32,253 
36,111 
15,601 
45,84' 
3,210 
1.422 
12 
63 
5,299 
949 
353,614 


537.764 


4,241 

5 

12,526 
324 
1 

1,385 
30,954 
36 
34 
89 

275,905 
325,560 


Entered 


General  Tariff. 


Quantity.    Value.  Duty 


N  .. 


6,536 
1,549 

100 
3,93s 
15,753 
21 
4,932 
80,270 
15,674 
139 
4 
2 
94 
1,194 
38 

269,436 


399.680 


16,607 
56 
34. 163 
35,885 
15.65S 
45,746 
3,208 
1.422 
12 
63 
5,299 
949 
353.755 


512.823 


$  cts. 


2,124  20 
503  43 

32  50 
1,279  85 
5,119  53 
6  83 
1,602  90 
26,087  75 
5,094  05 
45  IS 
I  30 
0  65 
30  55 
388  05 
12  35 
87,569  27 


129,898  39 


5,397  28 
18  20 
11.103  00 
11,662  64 
5,088  86 
14,867  45 
1,042  60 
462  15 
3  90 
20  48 
1,722  18 
308  43 
114.973  95 


166,671  12 


2,044 

664  30 

5 

1  63 

12,518 

4,068  35 

324 

105  30 

1 

0  33 

651 

211  58 

29.813 

9,689  23 

36 

11  70 

34 

11  05 

89 

28  93 

275,275 

89,464  86 

320,790 

104,257  26 

ii  TRADE  AND  NAVIGATION  129 

SESSIONAL  PAPER  No.  11 

of  Imports — Continued. 


for  Home  Consumption. 


Preferential  Tariff. 


Treaty  Rates, 


(Quantity. 

V  a  hie. 

Duty. 

Quantity . 

V  alue. 

Duty. 

Quantity . 

$ 

78,925 



$    cts . 

15,785  00 

$ 

$    cts . 

- 

78,925 

15,785  00 



26,707 

5,341  40 

26,707 

5,341  40 

2,120 

424  00 

2,120 

424  00 

Total. 


4, 
12, 

29, 

275, 


164 

5 

518 
324 
1 
651 
813 
36 
3  4 
89 
275 


322,910 


Duty 
Collected. 


$  cts. 


85,461 

17,909  20 

1,549 

503  43 

100 

32  50 

3,938 

1,279  85 

15,753 

5,119  53 

21 

6  83 

4,932 

1,602  90 

80,270 

26,087  75 

15,674 

5,094  05 

139 

45  18 

A 

*k 

1  oU 

2 

0  65 

94 

30  55 

1,194 

388  05 

38 

269,436 

478,605 

145,683  39 

43,314 

10,738  68 

,56 

18  20 

34,163 

11,103  00 

35,885 

11,662  64 

15,658 

5,088  86 

45,746 

14,867  45 

3,208 

1,042  60 

1,422 

462  15 

12 

3  90 

63 

20  48 

5,299 

1,722  18 

949 

308  43 

353,755 

114,973  95 

539,530 

172,012  52 

1,088  30 
1  63 
4,068  35 
105  30 
0  33 
211  58 
9,689  23 
11  70 
11  05 
28  93 
89,464  86 

104,681  26 


11— ii— 9 


130  CUSTOMS  DEPARTMENT  id 


3  GEORGE  V.,  A.  1913 

Xo.  1. — General  Statement 


Articles  Imported. 

Countries. 

Total  Imports. 

Entered 

Value. 

C 

Quantity. 

leneral  Ta 
Value. 

riff. 
Duty. 

DUTIABLE  GOOD8 — Con. 

Glass,  mfrs.  of — Con. 

Ornamental  figured  and  en- 
amelled coloured  glass  and 
memorial  or  other  orna- 
mental window  glass, 
N.O.P  

U nited  Kingdom 
United  States. . . 

39.866 
824 
126 

8,236 

* 

102 
824 
126 

8,236 

t 

25  50 
206  00 
31  50 
2,059  00 

Painted  or  vitrified,  chipped, 
figured,  enamelled  and  ob- 

Common  and  colourless  win- 
Plain  coloured,  opaque,  stain- 
ed or  tinted  or  muffled  glass 

Plate  glass,  not  bevelled,  in 
sheets  or  panes,  not  exceed- 
ing 7  s'p  ft  each,  N.O.P. . . 

Plate  glass,  not  bevelled,  in 
sheets  or  panes  exceeding  7 
sq.  ft.  each,  and  not  exceed- 
ing 25  sq.  ft.  each,  N.O.P.. 

Total . 

49,052 

9,288 

2,322  00 

United  Kingdom 

I"  nited  States. . . 
Total 

United  Kingdom 
Aust-.  Hungary.. 

Belgium  

France  

Germany  

Holland ........ 

United  States. . . 

Total   

United  Kingdom 
Aust. -Hungary.. 
Belgium  

Holland  

United  States. . . 

Total 

United  Kingdom 

Gernany  

Holland  

United  States. . . 

Total  

Sq.  ft. 
189,807 
14,445 
639 
27,783 

12,680 
744 
51 
2,376 

Sq.  ft. 
1,500 
14,445 
639 
27,783 

loo 

744 

51 
2,376 

25  00 
186  00 

12  1 5 
594  00 

232,674 

15,851 

44,367 

3,271 

817  75 

12,647,985 
23,000 
31,366,571 
31,111 
12,569 
6,400 
1,617,228 

341,491 
826 

720,325 
boy 

1,138 
93 
46,984 

263,577 
23,000 
31,366,571 

Ol  111 

31,111 
12,569 
6,400 
1,617,328 

6,815 
826 
720.325 
609 
1,138 
93 
46,988 

851  90 
103  25 
90.041  65 
76  15 
142  25 
11  65 
5,873  54 

45,704.864 

1,111,466 

33,320,556 

776,794 

97,100  39 

1,060,124 
6.000 
431,870 
37,223 
9,840 
1,611 
517,888 

74,233 
312 
35,210 
1,573 
1,22b 
377 
36,127 

20.136 
6,000 
431,870 
37.223 
9,840 
1,611 
547,888 

1,733 
312 
35,210 
1.573 
1.226 
377 
36,127 

433  25 
78  00 
8,802  50 
393  25 
306  50 
!i4  25 
9,031  75 

2,094.556 

149,058 

1  -MIS 

/  O,  iWo 

1;',  ioy  Oo 

698,268 
701,727 
159,760 
65,473 
10,848 
183,991 

102,198 
116,548 
26,354 
17,791 
1,324 
24,251 

7,580 
701,727 
159,760 
65.473 
10,848 
183,991 

1,078 
116,548 
26,354 
17.791 

1,324 
24,251 

107  80 
11.654  80 
2,635  40 
l'779  10 
132  40 
2,425  10 

1,820,067 

288,466 

1,129,379 

187,346 

18,734  60 

i  United  Kingdom 
Belgium  

784.303 
299,537 
1,078 
18,454 
12,607 

136,737 
57,595 
22« 
3,248 
1,658 

32,455 

6,245 

1,717  44 

Holland 

United  States. . . 
Total  

12,607 

1,658 

456  00 

1,115,979 

199,466|  45,062 

7,903 

2,173  44 

ii 

SESSIONAL  PAPER  No.  11 

of  Imports — Continued. 


TRADE  AND  NAVIGATION 


131 


fob  Home  Consumption. 


Preferential  Tariff. 


Treaty  Rates. 


Total. 


Quantity. 

v  alue. 

Duty. 

Quantity. 

17  1 

V  auie. 

T  It  .  fir 

JJuty. 

Quantity. 

f 

39,764 

f  cts. 
6,958  80 

f 

$  Ct8. 

39,764 

6,958  80 



Sq.  ft. 
188,307 

12,580 

2,201  54 

Sq.  ft. 

Sq.  ft. 
189,807 
14,445 
639 
27,783 

188,307 

12,580 

2,201  54 

232,674 

12,384,408 

334,676 

25,100  82 

12,647,985 
23,000 
31,366,571 
31,111 
12,569 
6,400 
1,617,328 

1 

12.384,408 

334,676 



25,100  82 

45,704,964 

1,039,988 

72,500 

12,687  57 

• 

1,060,124 
6,000 
431,870 
37,223 
9,840 
1,611 
547  888 

1,039,988  !  72,500 

12,687  57 

2,01*4,556 

690,688 

101,120 

7,584  18 

698,268! 

701,727 

159,760 
65,473 
10, 848 1 

183,991 

690,688 

101,120 

7,584  18 

1,820,067 

746,166 

132.242 

19,836  30 

38,137 
267.082 
1,078 
18,454 

4,495 
51,350 
228 
3,248 

1,123  75 
12,837  50 
57  00 
812  00 

784,303 
299,53^ 
1,078 
18,454 
12,607 

•  • 

746,166 

132,242 

19,836  30 

324,75lj  59,321 

14,830  25 

1,115,979 

39,866 
824 
126 
8,236 


49,052 


12,680 
744 
51 
2,376 


15,851 


341,491 

826 
720,325 
609 
1,138 
93 
46,98*8 


74,233 
312 
35,210 
1,573 
1,226 
377 
36,127 


149,058 


102,198 
116.548 
26,354 
17,791 
1,324 
24,251 


288,466 


136,737 
57,595 
228 
3,248 
1,658 

199,466 


Duty" 
Collected. 


$  cts. 


6,984  30 
206  00 
31  50 
2,059  00 


9,280  80 


2,226  54 
186  00 
12  75 
594  00 


3,019  29 


25,952  72 
103  25 
90,041  65 
76  15 
142  25 
11  65 
5,873  54 


122,201  21 


13,120  82 
78  00 
8,802  50 
393  25 
306  50 
94  25 
9,031  75 


31,827  07 


7,691  98 
11,654  80 
2,635  40 
1,779  10 
132  40 
2,425  10 


26,318  78 


20,960  05 
14,554  94 
57  00 
812  00 
456  00 

36,839  99 


11— ii— 9J 


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CUSTOMS  DEPARTMEST  ij 

3  GEORGE  V.,  A.  1913 

No.  1. — General  Statement 


Articles  Imported. 


DUTIABLE  GOODS — Con. 

Glass,  mfrs.  of — Con. 
Plate  glass,  N.O.P   


Countries. 


Plate  glass,  bevelled,  N.O.P. 


German  looking  glass  (thin 
plate),  unsilvered  or  for  sil- 
vering  


United  Kingdom 

Belgium  

France   

Germany .... 
United  States. . . 


Total  Imports. 


Quantity.  Value 


Sq.  ft. 


1,018,340 
414,482 
1,770 
6,126 
41,568 


Total   1,482,286 


United  Kingdom 

Belgium  

United  States..  .| 

Total  .... 


Belgium  

Germany  

United  States. 


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


Stained  or  ornamental  glass 
windows  


Glass  in  sheets  and  bent  plati- 
glass,  X.O.P  


Total 


United  Kingdom 

Hong  Kong  

Aust. -Hungary.. 

Belgiunj   

France...  ,  

Germany  

Holland  

Italy  

Japan  - 

Switzerland  | 

United  States. 

Total  


United  Kingdom 

Belgium   

France  

Germany  

United  States. . . 


Total. . 


United  Kingdom 

Belgium  , 

France  

Germany  

United  States. . 


Total. 


1,;>imi 
4,750 
110 


6,060 


263,742 
93,843 
1,013 
1,097 
8,081 


367,776 


340 
733 
32J 


1,105 


76 
19 
15 


110 


20,801 
10 
680 
1,273 
22,649 
27,354 
168 
363 
252 
83 
31.487 


105,120 


9,305 
97 
2,436 
2,163 
5,380 


19,381 


7,715 
16,058 
890 

1,131 
28,057 

53,851 


Entered 


General  Tariff. 


Quantity 

Value. 

Duty. 

Sq.  ft. 

$ 

$  cts. 

25,401 
414,482 
1,770 
6,126 

41,568 

5,512 
93,843 
1,013 
1,097 
8,081 

1,929  20 
32,845  05 
354  55 
383  95 

2,828  35 

489,347 



109,546 

38,341  10 

4,750 
110 

733 
32 

256  55 
11  20 

4,860 

765 

267  75 

76 
19 
15 


110 


15  20 
3  80 
3  00 


22  00 


2,432 
10 
353 
632 
529 
27,320 
146 
73 
171 
17 

31,471 

851  20 
3  50 
123  55 
221  20 
185  15 
9,562  00 
51  10 
25  55 
59  85 
5  95 
11,014  85 

63.154 

22,103  90 

270 
97 
2,436 
2,163 
5,380 

81  00 
29  10 
73o  80 
648  90 
1,614  00 

10,346 

3,103  SO 

627 
16,058 

890 
1,131 
28,057 

156  75 
4.014  50 
222  50 
282  75 
7,014  25 

46,763 

11,690  76 

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for  Home  Consumption. 


Preferential  Tariff. 

Treaty  Rates. 

Total. 

Quantity  • 

Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty 
Collected. 

Sq.  ft. 

9 

OKO  O  Oi  l 

$  cts. 

..JO,  lul  on 

Sq.  ft. 

$ 

$   cts . 

Sq.  ft. 
i  om  <i4.n 

41 4  489 

1,770 
6, 126 

4  1  Ki?0 

41,568 

$ 

263,742 
93,843 
1,013 
1,097 
8,081 

$  Ct8. 

60,031  19 
32,845  05 
354  55 
383  95 

ci  otto  oer 

2,828  35 

992,939 

258,230 

58,101  99 

1,482,286 

367,776 

96,443  09 

1  900 

340 

1  900 
4  7^0 
11(1 

340 
733 
32 

76  50 
256  55 
11  20 

i  9fvn 

^40 

7<;  tin 

6,060 

1,105 

344  25 

76 
19 
15 

15  20 
3  80 
3  00 



110 

22  00 

10,  .tUU 

1,144 

QIQ  Oft 

20,476 
10 
680 
1,273 
22,S67 
27,320 
168 
73 
252 
83 
31,471 

4,997  16 
3  50 
221  65 
413  50 
6,916  55 
9,562  00 
57  70 
25  55 
84  15 
25  75 
11,014  85 

327 
641 

22,438 

98  10 

1  09  ^O 

Oil 

6,731  40 

22 

6  60 

.... 

81 

66 

94  QO 
Z*i  Oil 



16,900 

3,802  76 

24,719 

7,415  70 

104,773 

33,322  36 

9,o.r> 

1  807  00 

9,305 
97 
2,436 
2,163 
5,380 

1,888  00 
29  10 
730  80 
648  90 

1,614  00 

..        .  .... 

9,035 

1,807  00 

19,381 

4,910  80 

7,088 

1,240  46 

7,715 
16,058 
890 

1,131 
28,057 

1,397  21 
4,014  r«o 
222  50 
282  75 
7,014  25 

7,088 

1,240  46 

53,851 

12,931  21 

134 


CUSTOMS  DEPARTMENT  ii 

3  GEORGE  V.(  A.  1913 

Xo.  1. — General  Statement 


Articles  Imported 


Dutiable  goods— Con. 

Glass,  mfrs.  of — Con. 

Articles  of  glass,  not  plate  or 
sheet,  designed  to  be  cut  or 
mounted,  and  manufacture 
of  glass,  N.O.P  


Gloves  and  mitts  of  all  kinds. 


Countries. 


Total  Imports. 


Quantity.  Value. 


F.xtrrki  > 


General  Tariff. 


United  Kingdom 

Hong  Kong  

Aust. -Hungary.. 

Belgium  

China   j 

France  

Germany  I 

Holland  I 

Italy   

Japan   

Switzerland  

United  States. . . 


Total . 


Gold  'and  Silver,  manufactures 
of:-. 

Gold,  silver  and  aluminium 
leaf,  Dutch  or  Schlag  metal 
leaf  


Manufactures  of 
silver,  N.O.P.  . 


gold  and 


United  Kingdom 

Hong  Kong  

Newfoundland 

and  Labrador. 
Aust. -Hungary.. 

Belgium  

China  

France   

Germany  

Italy  

Japan  

Norway  

Switzerland  

United  States. . . 

Total.  ..  . 


United  Kingdom 
Aust.-Hungary  . 

France   

Germany  

United  States. . . 


Total . 


United  Kingdom 
Aust.  Hungary. 

France  

Germany  

Holland  

Italy  

•1  apan  

United  States. . . 

Total  


55,372 
26 
8,728 
14,863 
22 
36,734 
36,998 
1,625 
1,464 
290 
501 
231,168 

387,791 



767,064 
9 

22,173 
17,377 
2 

400,837 
255,258 
17,032 
87 
1 

972 
337,170 



1,877,9S6 

7,377 
269 

1,591 
35,829 
20,343 

65,40'.i 

22,624 
90 
841 
2,360 
353 
241 
218 
20,235 

46,968 

Quantity.!  Value. 


Duty. 


13,984 
26 
4,410 
2,335 
22 
4,926 
36,971 
344 
1,404 
60 
445 
231,281 


$  cts. 


3,146  40 

5  a5 

992  25 
525  38 
4  95 
1,108  35 
8,319  00 
77  40 
329  40 
13  50 
100  15 
52,039  35 


290.268      00,001  :<s 


100,384 

35,134 

40 

9 

3 

15 

4 

1 

40 

1,657 

579 

95 

2,569 

899 

15 

2 

70 

8,698 

3.044 

30 

200,462 

91,101 

70 

6,228 
3 

2,179 

80 

1 

05 

1 

35 

:>4 

18 

90 

337,217 

118,025 

95 

717,288 

251,050  80 

1,533 
209 ; 
143 
35,653 
20,343 


421  00 
74  00 
39  35 
9,804  84 
5,594  (50 


57,941       15,934  39 


1,710 
82 
104 
2,300 


598  50 
28  70 
36  40 

826  00 


241 

30' 
20,235' 

24,762 


84  35 
10  50 

7,082  25 

8,060  70 


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of  Imports — Continued. 


TRADE  AND  NAVIGATION 


135 


kor  Home  Consumption. 


Preferential  Tariff. 

Treaty  Rates. 

Total. 

(.Quantity . 

17-  1 

Duly. 

Value. 

Duty. 

Oil  Q  ?!  t\  t  V 

Value. 

Duty 
Collected. 

I 



$ 

30,705 

$  cts. 
4,605  75 

$ 

10,978 

f  cts. 
2,195  60 

$ 

55,667 
26 
8,808 
14,863 
22 
36,794 
36,971 
1,625 
1,464 
290 
501 
231,281 

$  Ct8. 

9,947  75 
5  85 
1,871  85 
3,030  98 
4  95 
7,481  95 
8,319  00 
333  60 
329  40 
59  50 
111  35 
52,039  35 

4,398 
12,528 

879  60 
2,505  60 



....  .... 

31,868 

6,373  60 

1,281 

256  20 

230 
56 

46  00 
11  20 

30.705 

4.605  75 

61,339 

12,267  80 

388,312 

83,535  53 

-->---   



535,064 

120,390  68 



140,174 

42,052  20 

775,622 
9 

4 

22,499 
19,488 
2 

460,276 
260,462 
16,726 
27 
1 

972 
337,217 

197,577  28 
3  15 

1  40 

6,832  55 
5,974  85 
70 

138,517  70 
91,161  70 

5,329  20 
8  25 
35 

294  30 
118.025  95 

20,842 
16,919 

6,252  60 
5,07-")  70 

451,578 

135.473  40 

10,498 
24 

3,14'.t  4u 
7  20 

918 

275  40 

535,064 

120,390  68 

640,953 

192.285  90   

1,893,305 

563,727  38 

5,844 

876  60 

7,377 
269 
1,390 
35,653 

1,298  20 
74  00 
351  10 
9,804  84 

1,247 

311  75 

20,343        5,594  60 

5,844 

S7t;  fin 

1,247 

311  75  

65,032 

17,122  74 

20,555 

4,625  01 

359 
14 
737 

107  70 
4  20 
221  10 

22,624 
96 
841 
2,360 
353 
241 
218 
20,235 

5,331  21 
32  90 
257  50 
826  00 
105  90 
84  35 
66  90 
7,082  25 

353 

105  9t 

188 

56  40 

20,555 

4,625  01 

1,651 

495  30 



46.96S 

13,787  01 

136 


CUSTOMS  DEPARTMENT  ii 

3  GEORGE  V.,  A.  1913* 

Xo.  1. — General  Statement 


Articles  Imported. 


Couxtrihs. 


Tot  el  Imports. 


Quantity. 


dutiable  goods—  Con. 

Gold  and  silver — Con. 

Electro-plated  ware  and  gilt 
ware,  N.O.P  


Sterling  or  other  silverware, 
N.O.P  


United  Kingdom] 

Hong  Kong  

Aust. -Hungary.. 

Belgium  

France  

Germany  

Holland  

Italy.  

Russia  in  Europe 
United  States. . . 


Total . 


United  Kingdom 

B.  India  

B.  Strait  Settle- 
ments   

Hong  Kong  .... 

Newfound  1  and 
and  Labrador. 

Aust.-Hungary.. 

China  

France   

|Germany  

Holland  

Italy  

J  apan  

Norway  

Switzerland  

Turkey  in  Asia. . 

United  States. . . 


Grease,  axle 


Total 


United  Kingdom 

Belgium  

Germany  

United  States. . . 


Total 

Gunpowder  and  other  explo 
sives,  &c. — 
Gun,  rifle,  spurting  and  can- 

nister  powder   United  Kingdom 

Norway  

United  States. . . 


Total. 


Blasting  and  mining  i>owder.  United  Kingdom 

United  States. . . 


Total 


Lbs. 
14,437 
54 
3,245 
3,460,913 


Value. 


Entered 


General  Tariff. 


Quantity.     Value.  Dwty 


291,057 
1 

2,136 
715! 
11,611 
10,697! 
165 
30 

A 

200,929 


517,358 


144,536 
20 

85 
165 

20 
1 
34 
5,214 
4,329 
243 
32 
133 
191 
4 

152 
89,843 


245,002 


921 
4 

95 


Lbs. 
4.543 
54 
3,245 


170,391  3,455,372 


3,478,649 


33,300 
1,632 
79,627 


114,559 


500,700 
579,668 


1.080,368 


171,411  3,463,214 


17, 127  ■  

250  1,632 
46,985!  79,477 


64,362 


si.  109 


52.114 

34,089 


12,700 
579,668 


86.203  592,368 


5,712 
1 

411 
715 
558 
10,454 
5 
30 
17 

199,632 


217,535 


4,656 
20 

85 
165 

20 


34 
273 
3,992 
243 
32 
59 
191 


152 
89,799 


99,721 


236 
4 

95 

170,268 


170.603 


250 
46,955 


47,205 


2,570 
M4.nsn 


36,6591      11,847  36 


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of  Imports — Continued. 


TRADE  AXD  NAVIGATION 


137 


for  Home  Consumption. 


Preferential  Tariff. 


Treaty  Rates. 


1  I 

Quantity.    Value.        Duty . 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity. 

$ 

285,440 

$  Cts. 

64,224  41 

404 

% 

1  QQ  OA 
l0£7  ZU 

%   cts. ! 

1  '•OS 

r  1  7  RA 

01  <  OU 

i  l,o39 

.},tWl 

1  CA 

loU 

1Q  AA 

4o  UU 



ZOD,440 

04,  ZZ4  41 

/I    1  Of?  ,1A 

4, 15J0  4U 

139,629 

31,416  99 

251 

75  30 

1 

0  30 

4,701 

1,410  30 

74 

OO  OA 

ZZ  zu 

4 

1  20 

1  DA  /*on 

139,029 

3l,4K>  99 

5,031 

1,509  30 

Lbs. 
1(1,094 

695 

86  89 

Lbs. 

Lbs. 
14,637 
54 
3,245 
3,455,372 

86  89 

10,094 

695 

3,473,308 

33,300 

17,127 

666  00 

33,300 
1,632 
79,477 

33,300 

17,127 

666  00 

114,409 

483,000 

49,544 

6,506  68 

500,700 
579,668 

488,000 

49,544 

6,506  68 

1,080,368 

Total 


291,616 
1 

2,13« 
715 
12,197 
10,454 
165 
30 
17 

199,632 


516,963 


Duty 
Collected. 


$  cts. 


66,362  81 
0  35 
661  35 
250  25 
3,687  00 
3,658  90 
49  75 
10  50 
5  95 
69,871  20 


144,558  06 


1/4  1  PiQA 

20 

oo  1 91  an 

Ot%  liX  017 

7  00 

85 
165 

29  75 

57  75 

20 
1 

•  34 
4,974 
3,992 
243 
32 
133 
191 
4 

152 
89,799 

7  00 

0  30 
11  90 

1,505  85 
1  397  20 
85  05 
11  20 
42  85 
66  85 

1  20 
53  20 

31,429  65 

244,381 

67,828  64 

931 
4 
95 

170,268 

134  09 
0  80 
19  00 
34,053  60 

171,298 

34,207  49 

17,127 
250 
46,955 

666  00 
48  96 
2,384  31 

64,332 

3,099  27 

52,114 
34,089 

6,760  68 
11,593  36 

86,203 

18,354  04 

138  CUSTOMS  DEPARTMENT  ii 


3  GEORGE  V.,  A.  1913 

No.  1. — General  Statement 


A  D1T/TT  Pil     r  \f  PH  R  T*  V I  I 

Countries. 

Total  1 5!  ports. 

Entkrkd 

Quantity. 

Value. 

General  Tariff 

■  i 
Quantity. 

\  alue. 

1  >uty. 

DTTIABLE  GOODS — Con. 

Gunpowder — Con. 

Giant  powder,  nitro,  nitro- 
glycerine and  other  explo- 
sives, N.O.P  

United  Kingdom 
Newfoundland 

and  Tjabrador 
United  States. . . 

Total 

Lbs. 

306,397 

200 
659,119 

93,381 

24 
80,844 

Lbs. 

$ 

?  cts. 

Gun,  rifle  and  pistol  cartridges, 
or  other  ammunition,  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, 
manufactures  of— 
Boots  and  shoes  

200 
659,119 

24 
80,844 

5  00 
16,478  01 

965,716 

174,249 

659,319 

80,808 

16,483  01 

United  Kingdom 

837,684 
1,921 
395 
3  6<X> 

279!  647 

1,473 
1,921 

395 
3.438 

441  90 

576  30 
118  50 
1.031  40 

France 

United  States. . . 
Total 

279,490      83,848  80 

1,123,247 

286.723 

86,016  90 

United  Kingdom 

1  710 
10 
40 
12,887 

10 
40 

12,825 

3  00 
12  00 
3,847  50 

United  States. . . 
Total   

14,647 

12,875 

3,862  50 

United  Kingdom 

29,477 
67 



67 
8,854 

20  10 
2,656  20 

I'nited  States 

8,854 

Total   

38,398 
40.12") 

8,921 

2.676  30 

United  Kingdom 

53 
40,614 

13  25 
10,153  60 

Total   

47,803 

40,667 

10,166  75 

( iermany  

578 
46,586 

185 
578 
46,578 

50  90 
159  00 
12,809  01 

Clothing,  and  clothing  made 
waterproof  with  india-rub- 
ber  

United  States. . . 

Total 

86,164 

47,341 

13,018  91 

United  Kingdom 

645,930 
140 
227 
31,113 



4,495 
140 
•-'27 
30,564 

1,573  25 
49  00 
79  45 
10,697  40 

Hose,    including    cotton  or 
linen,  lined  with  rubber. .  . 

Germany.  . 

Total 

677,410 

35,426 

12,399  10 

United  Kingdom 
Germany  

4,73-2 
51 

99,570 

51 

100,495 

17  85 
35,173  25 

. . . 

Total 

104,353 

100,546 

38,191  10 

ii  TRADE  AND  NAVIGATION'  139 

SESSIONAL  PAPER  No.  11 

of  Imports — Continued. 


for  Home  Consumption. 


Preferential  Tariff 

Treaty  Rates. 

Total. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty. 

rim 

300,397 

& 

93.381 

5,361  97 

t 

V 

V  Lib. 

306,397 
200 

OJ«',  111' 

 1  

■ 

93:381 
24 

ftO  ft  ±  -I 

*B»  CCS. 

5,361  97 
5  00 

1     478  111 

306,397 

93,asi 

5,361  97 



965,716 

174,249 

21,844  98 

83(5,211 

1f>7  9  49  20 

1U  J    y  —    1  —        —  ' 

8*47  K84 

1,921 

3,438 
279,496 

1157  (184  1(1 

57-5  30 

1 1 8  "iO 

1,031  40 
83,848  80 

836, 2J1 

16°/  242  20 

1  199  Q^i 

9"V;5  9"iQ  10 

1,710 

342  00 



1,710 
10 
40 

12,825 

342  00 
3  00 
12  00 
3,847  50 

1.710 

342  00 

14,585 

4,204  50 

29,477 

5,895  40 

29,477 
67 
8,854 

5,895  40 
20  10 
2,656  20 

29,477 

8  "V71  70 

7,610 

1,141  50 

7,663 
40,614 

1,154  75 
10,153  50 

7,610 

1  141  "iO 

1.,  Ill 

zlQ  977 
IS,//  1 

1  1  308  9"i 

36,089 

7,217  80 





36,274 
578 
46,578 

7,268  70 
159  00 
12,809  01 

7,217  80 

36,089 

83,430 

20,236  71 

642,604 

144,586  87 

647,099 
140 

227 
30,564 

146,160  12 
4!)  00 
79  45 
10,697  40 

642.604 

144.586  87 

678,030 

156,985  97 

  4,732 



1,064  79 

4,732 
51 

100,4!I5 

1,064  79 
17  85 
35,173  25 

• 

4,732 

1,064  79 

105,278 

36,255  89 

140 


CUSTOMS  DEPARTMENT  id 

3  GEORGE  V.r  A.  1913 

No.  L — General  Statement 


Articles  Imported. 


Countries. 


Total  Imports. 


Quantity. 


DUTIABLE  GOODS —  C</n. 

Gutta-percha — Con. 

Packing,  mats  and  matting. 


Tires  of  rubber  for  vehicles  of 
all  kinds  


Rubber  cement  and  all  manu- 
factures of  india-rubber  and 
gutta-percha,  N.O.P  


Rubber,  hard,  unfinished,  in 
tubes,  for  the  manufacture 
of  fountain  pens  


Hair  and  manufactures  of,  not 
otherwise  provided  for — 

Braids,  chains  or  cords  j  United  Kingdom 

Germany 


United  Kingdom 

Germany  

United  States. . . 


United  Kingdom 

Belgium  

France  

Germany  

Hawaii  

United  States. . . 


Total 


United  Kingdom 
Aust. -Hungary  . 

Belgium  

China  

France  

Germany  

Japan  

Norway  

Russia  in  Europe 

Sweden   

United  States. . . 


Total 


United  Kingdom 
United  States. . . 


Total . 


Curled  or  dyed,  N.O.P. 


United  States . 
Total 


United  Kingdom 
Aust. -Hungary  . 

France  

Germany  

Japan  

United  States. . . 

Total   


Value. 


Lbs 
5,495 
30 
31 
270 
1 

98,851 
104,678 


Entered 


<  ieneral  Tariff. 


Quantity.  Value. 


3,389 
465 
70,773 


74,627 


224,952 
199 
15,941 
1,361 
60 

666,411 


.ion 

465 
■_>,»; 


71,27: 


Duty. 


$  cts. 


212  10 
162  75 
24,572  1  0 


70,849 
199 
14,289 
1.664 
'  60 
651,316 


24,946  95 


24,797  15 
69  65 
5,001  15 
582  40 
21  00 
227,960  60 


155,320 
8,439 
151 
6 

4,358 
47,781 
8 
24 
42 
37 

645,177 

1 

12,290 
1,472 
151 

6 

1,895 
47,781 

3,379  75 
404  80 
41  52 
1  65 
521  12 
13,139  77 

24 
42 

6  60 
11  55 

644,983 

177,373  02 

861,343 

708,644 

194,879  78 

625 
6,552 

625 
6,552 

62  50 
656  20 

7,177 

7,177 

717  70 

• 

206 
42 
337 

42 
337 

14  70 
117  95 

585 

379 

132  65 

9,075 
43 
303 
1,829 
5 

43,899 

Lbs. 

137 
30 
31 

223 
1 

96,691 

910 
43 
303 
1,674 
5 

43,949 

182  00 
8  60 
60  60 
334  80 
1  00 
8,789  80 

55,154 

97,113 

46,884 

9,376  80 

ii 


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141 


SESSIONAL  PAPER  No.  11 

of  Imports' — Continued. 


for  Home  Consumption. 


Preferential  Tariff. 

Treaty  Rates. 

Total. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty . 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Duty. 

f 

2,783 

§.  cts. 
626  14 

$ 

$  cts. 

$ 

3,389 
465 
70,206 

$  cts. 

838  24 
162  75 
24,572  10 

9  78^ 

A,  1  OO 

74,060 

125,573  09 

i  ^9  f;o<} 

223,352 
199 
14,289 
1,664 
60 

651,316 

59,11ft  6ft 
69  65 
5,001  15 
582  40 
21  00 
227,960  60 

t 

152.503 

34,313  45 

890,880 

292,745  40 

91  0^4  '10 

6,967 

fi^X  9^ 

1,741  75 

155,209 
8,439 
151 
6 

4,354 
47,781 
8 
24 
42 
37 

644,983 

25,072  90 
2,146  55 
41  52 

1  65 
1,135  87 

13,139  77 

2  00 
6  60 

11  55 
9  25 
177,373  02 

2,459 

614  75 

a 
o 

9  ftft 

Q7 

(1  9R 

140,366 

21,054  HO 

12,024 

3,006  00 

861,034 

218,940  68 

625 
6,552 

62  50 
655  20 

7,177 

717  70 

46  35 
14  70 
117  95 

206 

46  35 

206 
42 

337 

206 

585 

179  00 

Lbs. 
5,358 

8,165 

1,020  77 

Lbs. 

Lbs. 
5,495 
30 
31 
223 
1 

96,691 

9,075 
43 
303 
1,674 
5 

43,949 

1,202  77 
8  60 
60  60 
334  80 
1  0<» 
8,789  80 

5,358 

8,165 

1,020  77   

102,471 

55,049 

10,397  57 

142 


CUSTOMS  DEPARTMENT  n 

3  GEORGE  V.,  A.  1913 
Xo.  1. — General  Statement 


Articles  Imported. 


DUTIABLE  GOODS  —  Con. 

Hair,  infrs.  iif — Con. 
Hair  cloth  of  all  kinds. . . 


Other  manufactures  of, 
N.O.P  


Hats,    caps    and  bonnets, 
N.O.P.— 
Beaver,  silk  or  felt  


Countries. 


Total  Imports. 


Quantity. 


United  Kingdom 

Denmark  

France  

Germany  

United  States. . . 


Total. 


United  Kingdom 
Aust.- Hungary.. 
Belgium..  . . 

France  

(iermany  

Japan   

United  States. . . 


Total 


U  n  i  ted  K  i  n  gd  om 
B.W.  Indies  .. 
Aust. -Hungary, 

Belgium  

China  

France  

Germany  

Italy  

Switzerland.  . . 
United  States. . 

Total  


Straw,  grass,  chip  or 
material,  N.O.P  ... . 


otht 


United  Kingdom 
B.W.  Indies.... 

Hong  Kong  

Newfoundland  & 

Labrador. . . . 
Aust. -Hungary.. 

Belgium  

China  

Dutch  E.  Indies. 

Ecuador  

France  

Germany  

Italy  

Japan  . .  

Mexico  

Switzerland  

Turkey  in  Asia. . 
United  States. . . 


Total 


Value. 


52,412 
21 
259 
274 
3,487 


Entered 


Genera]  Tariff. 


Quantity.     Value.  Duty. 


56,453 


37,795 
1,338 
187 
5,808 
6,163 
20 
41,260 


92,571 


1,034,054 
64 
8,650 
2,224 
4 

20,960 
5,039 
62,872 
35 

580,065 


1,713,96; 


1,056,744 
66 
98 

18 
1.964 
4,410 
40 
551 
4,284 
77,237 
4,199 
32,542 
3,979 
5,890 
1,869 
19 

875,607 


2,069,517 


3,605 
21 
259 
274 

3,487 


7,646 


$  cts. 


1.081  50 
6  30 
77  70 
82  20 

1,046  10 

2,293  80 


14,630 

5,120  50 

1,338 

468  30 

187 

65  45 

5,808 

2,032  80 

5.472 

1,915  20 

20 

7  00 

40,964 

14.337  40 

68,419 

23,946  65 



39,853 

13,948  on 

64 

22  40 

8,721 

3,052  35 

2,224 

778  40 

4 

1  40 

20,960 

7,336  00 

5,039 

1,763  65 

62,051 

21,717  85 

35 

12  25 

579,923 

202,973  05 

718,874 

251,605  90 

81,419 

28,496  65 

66 

23  10 

98 

34  30 

18 

6  30 

1,964 

687  40 

4,846 

1,696  10 

40 

14  00 

551 

192  85 

4,284 

1.499  40 

76,288 

26,700  80 

4,175 

1.461  25 

33,785 

11,824  75 

3,979 

1,392  65 

5,890 

2,061  50 

1,907 

667  45 

19 

6  65 

872,774 

305,470  90 

1,092,103 

382,236  05 

ii 

SESSIONAL  PAPER  No.  11 

-of  Imports — Continued. 


TRADE  AXD  XAVIGATIOX 


143 


roR  Home  Consumption. 


Preferential  Tariff. 

Treaty  Rates. 

Total. 

Qrmaifcit.y. 

Value. 

Duty. 

Quantity. 

Value. 

Dutv 

^  1 1 1 1  1 1  v  i  vy  , 

Value. 



$ 

48,588 

f  cts. 
9,717  60 

$ 

%  cts. 

$ 

52,193 
21 
259 
274 
3,487 

48,588 

 . — .  

9,717  60 

56,234 



23,002 

5,175  78 



37,632 
1,338 
187 
5,808 
5,472 
20 
40,964 

23,002 

5,175  78 

91,421 

998,040 

224,560  63 

1,037,893 
64 
8,721 
2,224 
4 

20,960 
5,039 
62,051 

35 

579,923 



998,040 

224,560  63 

 .  

 ■  

1,716,914 

969,984 

218,247  55 

1,051,403 
66 
98 

18 
1,964 
4,846 
40 
551 
4,284 
76,288 
4,175 
33,785 
3,979 
5,896 
1,907 
19 

872,774 



969,984 

218,247  55 

2,062,087 

Duty 
Collected. 


$  cts. 


10,799  10 
6  30 
77  70 
82  20 
1,016  10 


12,011  40 


10,296  28 
468  30 
65  45 
2,032  80 
1,915  20 
7  00 
14,337  40 


29,122  43 


238,509  18 
22  40 
3,052  35 
778  40 
1  40 
7,336  00 
1,763  65 
21,717  85 
12  25 
202,973  05 


476,166  53 


246,744  20 
23  10 

34  30 

6  30 
687  40 
1,696  10 
14  00 
192  85 
1,499  40 
2< 5,760  80 
1,461  25 
11,824  75 
1,392  65 
2,061  50 
667  45 
6  65 
305,470  90 

600,483  60 


144 


CUSTOMS  DEPARTMENT  ii 

3  GEORGE  V.,  A.  1913 

Xo.  1. — General  Statement 


Abticlbs  Impoktek. 


OODKTBIES. 


DLTIABLK  HOODS— Con. 

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


Hay. 


Honey,  in  the  comb  or  other- 
wise, and  imitations  thereof. . 


Hops . 


Ink,  writing. 


Ink,  printing. 


Iron  and  manufactures  of,  steel 
and   manufactures  of,  or 
both  combined — 
Agricultural  implements,  N. 
O.P.,  viz.— 
Binding  attachments  


United  Kingdom 
Aust. -Hungary.. 

Belgium  

France  

Germany  

Italy  

United  States. . . 


Total  Imports. 


Total 


United  States. . 


United  Kingdom 
B .  W.  Indies.  . 
Hong  Kong.  . 
New  Zealand. 

China  

United  States. 


Total 


United  Kingdom 
Aust. -Hungary.. 

Belgium  

Germany  

Holland  

United  States. .  . 

Total   


Tons. 
19,789 


Lbs. 
60,321 
189,643 
1,392 
.5,232 
80 

193,925 


450,593 


United  Kingdom 

Hong  Kong.  

Aust.  Hungary.. 

China  

France  

Germany  

Japan  

United  States. .  . 


Total 


United  Kingdom 

Hong  Kong  

France  

United  States. . . 


Total 


United  States. 


218,986 
51,405 
2,091 
27,535 
1,050 
1,190,708 


1,491,775 


Quantity .  Value. 


48.309 
376 
12 
1,481 
512 
49 
46,237 


96,976 


307,429 


4,455 
10,188 
30 
612 
2 

26,140 


Entkbsd 


General  Tariff. 


Tons. 
19,721 


41,427 


89,239 
35,471 
1,798 
15,627 
930 
494,388 


637,453 


21,939 
38 
29 
3 

4,473 
50 
84 
24,061 


IS.  113 

1 

224 

78,803 


Lbs.