Foreign Commerce and Navigation of the United States

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U.S. Government Printing Office, 1903
The statistics of "Immigration and passenger movement" are included in the report on foreign commerce to 1895, and for 1893-1894 are also published separately.
 

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Order of magnitude of the principal customs districts as to their total commerce imports and exports of merchan dise during the ten years ending Jun...
88
Imports of merchandise by articles summary of 19011903
90
Exports of foreign merchandise by articles summary of 19011903
99
Imports of merchandise by principal articles and classes in order of magnitude 18971903
107
Imports of principal articles of merchandise by customs districts 1903
108
Imports entered for consumption and duties total values 18211903
112
Imports entered for consumption leading articles 1902 and 1903
113
Imports entered for consumption and duties collected by articles and classes grouped according to degree of manufacture and uses 1902 and 1903 an...
115
Imported merchandise remaining in warehouses summary of by articles 19001903
125
In transit and transshipment trade by customs districts and countries 1903
130
Exports of domestic merchandise summary of by articles 19011903
133
Exports of domestic merchandise by principal articles and classes in order of magnitude 18981903
140
Exports of domestic merchandise total values of grouped according to sources of production 1860 1870 18751903
144
Exports of domestic merchandise by principal articles and customs districts 1903
146
Value of foreign trade carried in American and foreign vessels by countries 1903
152
Value of foreign trade carried in American and foreign vessels 18591903
154
Number and tonnage of vessels entered and cleared in the foreign trade by customs districts 1903
156
In United States markets
162
Import prices
175
Domestic export prices
177
1 Imports and exports of gold and silver total values of by countries and customs districts 1903
180
Imports and exports of merchandise total values of by customs districts and countries 1903
194
Umports and exports of merchandise total values of by countries and customs districts 1903
224
Imports of merchandise by articles and countries 1903
251
Imports of merchandise by articles and customs districts 1903
323
Imports of merchandise summary of by articles 1903
413
Exports of domestic merchandise by articles and countries 1903
421
Exports of domestic merchandise by articles and customs districts 1903
485
Exports of domestic merchandise summary of by articles 1903
545
IMPORTS AND EXPORTSContinued Page 9 Exports of foreign merchandise by articles and countries 1903
551
Exports of foreign merchandise by articles and customs districts 1903
579
Exports of foreign merchandise summary of by articles 1903
601
12 Intransit and transshipment trade total values of by countries and customs districts 1903
607
Imported merchandise total values of received at exterior ports and shipped to interior ports and shipped to interior ports from exterior ports prior to ...
617
Quantity and value of lumber etc the produce of Maine etc satred or hewn in New Brunswick by American citizens and admitted free of duty into th...
889
Products of the whale fisheries taken by American vessels and fishermen brought into the United States 1903
890
Vessels entered and cleared at United States ports on the Gulf coast otherwise than in the foreign trade from and to United States Atlantic ports north ...
891
27 Imports and exports of merchandise total values of by countries other than the United States 1903
894
Shipments of domestic merchandise by articles to the United States and exports by articles to foreign countries 1903
898
Shipments of domestic merchandise by articles from the United States to Alaska 1903
903
Shipments of foreign merchandise by articles to the United States and exports hy articles to foreign countries 1903
905
Shipments of foreign merchandise by articles from the United States to Alaska 1903
906
34 Number and tonnage of vessels entered and cleared at Alaska hy countries 1903
907
Number and tonnage of vessels entered and cleared at Alaska in its trade with the United States by nationality 1903
908
37 Imports and exports of merchandise total values of by countries other than the United States 1903
909
Imports of merchandise summary of by articles from countries other than the United States 1903
919
Exports of domestic merchandise by articles and countries other than the United States 1903
921
Shipments of domestic merchandise by articles to the United States and exports by articles to foreign countries 1903
924
Shipments of foreign merchandise by articles from Hawaii to the United States 1903
927
Exports of foreign merchandise by articles and countries other than the United States 1903
930
Shipments of merchandise from the United States to Hawaii total values by customs districts 1903
931
Number and tonnage of vessels entered and cleared at Hawaii in its trade with foreign countries 1903
932
Number and tonnage of vessels entered and cleared at Hawaii in its trade with the United States by nationality 1903
934
Page 50 Imports and exports of merchandise total values of by countries other than the United States 1903
935
Imports of merchandise summary of by articles from countries other than the United States 1903
943
Exports of domestic merchandise by articles and countries other han the United States 1903
945
Shipments of domestic merchandise by articles to the United States and exports by articles to foreign countries 1903
947
Exports of foreign merchandise by articles and countries other than the United States 1903
948
Shipments of foreign merchandise by articles to the United States 1903
950
Shipments of foreign merchandise by articles from the United States to Porto Rico 1903
953
60 Number and tonnage of vessels entered and cleared at Porto Rico by countries 1903
954
Number and tonnage of vessels entered and cleared at Porto Rico by nationality 1903
955
Number and tonnage of vessels entered and cleared at Porto Rico in its trade with the United States by nationality 1903
958
63 Shipments of domestic merchandise by articles from the United States toGuam and Tutuila 1903
959
66 Merchandise received from the United States and imports from foreign countries 1903
960
Domestic merchandise and specie shipped to the United States and foreign countries 1903
961
INDEX Index to imports Tables 3 4 and 15 and exports domestic and foreign Tables 6 7 9 and 10
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Página 30 - Rico, 226,143,508 pounds, valued at $10,741,533; from Hawaii, 774,825,420 pounds, valued at $25,665,738. While the table shows a large increase in the value of tropical and subtropical products imported, the actual growth can be better determined by an examination of the quantities of the various articles imported. In a large proportion of the cases prices have greatly decreased, and consequently the figures of values do not show the real growth. Sugar, for example, shows a comparatively small increase...
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Página 3 - Number and tonnage of vessels entered and cleared in the foreign trade by nationalities and countries.
Página 179 - Nationalokonomie u. Statistik. ser. 3, v. 28 (v. 83) pp. 160-179; 289-318. Jena. 1904.) Imports and exports of gold and silver into and from the United States each month, and summary by years, from July, 1883, to June 30, 1904. (Monthly Summary of Commerce and Finance of the US no. 2, ser.
Página 699 - FROM WAREHOUSE FOR CONSUMPTION, WITH RATES AND AMOUNTS OF DUTY COLLECTED DURING THE 1903.

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