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No. XV.-LEADING ARTICLES OF IMPORTS ENTERED FOR CONSUMPTION FOR YEARS ENDING JUNE 30, 1902 and 1903—Continued.

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Metals, and metal compositions, not elsewhere specified. 19 Feathers, and downs, not specially provided for. 20 Vegetables.. 21 Matting and mats 22 Provisions, comprising meat and dairy products.. 23 Toys 24 Paper, and manufactures of, not elsewhere specified. 25 Rice, not elsewhere specified. 26

Furs, and manufactures of.

Fish, not elsewhere specitied.. 28 Oils, not elsewhere specified, animal, mineral, and vegetable... 29 Hay. 30 Coal and coke.. 31 Clocks and watches, and parts of. 32 Cement 33 Hats, bonnets, and hoods, and materials for. 34 Marble, onyx, and stone, and manufactures of. 35 Lead, and manufactures of 36 Hops... 37 Animals, not elsewhere specified 38

Art works. 39 Paints, pigments, and colors 40 Breadstuffs.

Buttons, or parts of, and button molds or blanks. 42 Musical instruments. 43 Perfumery, cosmetics, and toilet preparations. 44 Brushes, feather dusters, etc.. 45 Books and other printed matter 46 Clays or earths.. 47 Beads and bead ornaments..

Plants, trees, shrubs, and vines. 40 Gold and silver, manufactures of. 50 Pipes and smokers' articles 51 Seeds, not elsewhere specified

17,669, 467. 11
10,327, 308.75
4, 121, 324. 48
4,890, 351.58
6,981, 759.98
3, 630, OSO. 47
3, 161, 220.15
3,987, 510.33
4, 257, 517.49
2, 750, 629.58
5,789, 738.75
6,918, 853.80
3, 765, 278,33

370, 213.75
5,658, 168.02
2, 413,919.31
1, 196, 675.65
3, 032, 643.16
1,521, 306.43

606, 724.05

855, 735.00
2,507,392. 34
2,874,471.18
1,596, 199. 10
1,458, 732.75

868,854.84
991, 879.24

710,023.07
1, 151, 266.37
1,762, 980.04
1, 202, 775.97

921,323. 89 1, 162, 814.09

611, 480.56

392, 670.81
1,381, 039.48

840, 291.38
612, 815. 31

2, 650, 420.05 7,882, 607,23 1,826, 070.56 1,763, 591. 37 3, 295,871.94 1,483, 403, 41 1,217.408, 88 1,395, 039, 15 1,238, 285.33 1, 290, 417.48 1, 225, 135,51 1, 325, 578.27 1,093, 676.07

187, 449.16 1,060, 879.74

833,512.54 312, 211.31 746, 566. 45 741,853.99 439, 722. 03 317, 331.48 619,977. 75 496, 373. 10 513, 619.59 468, 274.98 411, 159, 38 447, 695.65 434, 408, 17 460, 506.56 410, 366, 16 398, 126.39 527, 261.34 312, 875. 40 281,099.73 233, 137.88 296, 072. 65 231, 199.54 240, 960.83

15.00 76. 33 44.31 36. 06 47.21 40.86 35.17 35.00 29.09 46.81 21. 16 19.08 29.05 50.63 18.74 34. 11 22.87 24.61 48.87 72.47 40.59 24.72 17.27 32.17 32.10 51. 12 45.00 61. 18 40.00 25.00 33. 10 57.23 26. 91 45.97 59.37 21. 44 27.51 39. 32

16,116,392. 47 3,028, 168.70 4, 659, 517.41 5,160,748.95 4,449,057.05 3, 666, 572.04 4,619, 128.79 4,210, 936.75 4,734,010.43 2,894, 155. 91 6,276,031.91 7, 218, 155. 26 4,017, 869.32 2, 236, 664. 61 11,550,971.64

2, 666,853.27 3, 577, 912.13 3,729, 834.53 1, 741, 099. 15

901,291.29 1,771, 016.00 2,685, 991. 71 3,680, 811.03 1,823,972.75 1, 713, 613.50 1, 107,803.36 1, 127, 259. 43

821, 907.98 1,238, 587.06 1,827, 922.30 1,281, 0.56.74

805, 317.80 1,372, 166,58

731, 832.81
510, 292.78
1,186, 599.07

927, 780.03
795,589.49

2, 417, 458. 81
2, 178, 278.87
2,074,900.03
1,706,312.66
1,609,527.18
1,576, 482. 43
1,502, 191.79
1,473, 827.84
1,363, 139.72
1, 312, 512. 41
1,332, 625. 31
1, 267, 194.66
1,195, 815. 68
1,172,812. 66

991, 981.09
955, 425, 13
883, 410.68
858.990.02
792,812. 14
735, 694.79
719, 992.44
631, 290.35
623, 91.39
593,517.25
566, 357. 15
523, 071. 11
507, 261.66
500, 143.94
495, 134.82
456, 285, 32
413, 011.08
439, 385.53
370, 731.43
343, 107. 22
303, 115, 70
301, 120.27
277, 805. 33
244, 802.62

15.00 71.61 41.53 33. 06 36.18 43 CO 32 52 35.00 28.79 46. 39 21. 23 17.55 29.55 52. 44

8.61 35.83 24. 69 23.01 45.53 81.63 40. 66 23.50 16.95 32.50 33. 05 47.22 45.00 60.63 40.00 25.00 31,50 54.56 27.02 46.69 59. 40 25. 37 29.94 30.77

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No. XVI.-IMPORTS ENTERED FOR CONSUMPTION AND DUTIES COLLECTED, BY ARTICLES AND CLASSES, GROUPED ACCORDING TO DEGREE

OF MANUFACTURE AND USES, YEARS ENDING JUNE 30, 1902 AND 1903.

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Animals, not elsewhere specified..
Breadstuffs..
Chemicals, etc.: Infants' food.
Chicory root.
Chocolate.
Cocoa, prepared
Coffee and coffee substitutes
Eggs..
Fish, not elsewhere specified.
Fruits and nuts, not elsewhere specified
Ginger, preserved or pickled.
Hay
Honey..
Olive oil, salad
Provisions, comprising meats and dairy products.
Rice..
Sult.
Spices, not elsewhere specified.
SUGAR AND MOLASSES:

Maple sugar and sirup..

Sugar and molasses
Tea.
Tea sweepings.
VEGETABLES:

Potatoes

All other
Vinegar
All other dutiable.

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CLASS B.--ARTICLES IN A CRUDE CONDITION WHICH ENTER INTO THE VARIOUS PROCESSES OF DOMESTIC INDUSTRY.

FREE OF DUTY.

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Agates, unmanufactured.
Antimony, crude ore, sulphite of.
Asbestos, unmanufactured.
Bells, broken, and bell inetal, broken, fit only to be remanufactured
Bismuth.
Bones, crude, or not burned, etc
Brass, old brass, clippings írom brass, or Dutch metal, fit only for reman-

ufacture..
Brazilian pebble, unwrought or unmanufactured
Bristles, crude, not sorted, bunched, or prepared.
Broom corn
Burrstone, in blocks, rough or unmanufactured.
Chalk, unmanufactured..
CHEMICALS, DRUGS, AND DYES:

Arsenic and sulphide of, or orpiment...
Articles in a crude state used in dyeing, not speciaily provided for..
Aches, wood, and lye of, and beet-root ashes.
Balsams-Copaiva, fir, Peru, storax, tolu, etc.
Barks-Cinchona, or other, from which quinine may be extracted,

and all other, not edible..
Cochineal
Cryolite, or kryolith..
Dye woods-Fustic, logwood, and other
Ergot..
Flowers and leaves-Buchu, camomile, rose, senna, sumac, etc
Gums--Aloes, amber, Arabic, benzoin, camphor, chicle, copal, cutch,

gambier, shellac, tragacanth, etc
Iodine, crude.
Ipecac.

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No. XVI.-IMPORTS ENTERED FOR CONSUMPTION AND DUTIES COLLECTED, BY ARTICLES AND CLASSES, GROUPED ACCORDING TO DEGREE

OF MANUFACTURE AND USES, YEARS ENDING JUNE 30, 1902 AND 1903—-Continued.
Class B.-ARTICLES IN A CRUDE CONDITION WHICH ENTER INTO THE VARIOUS PROCESSES OF DOMESTIC INDUSTRY-Continued.

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Total chemicals, drugs, and dyes......
Clay, common blue, in casks, suitable for the manufacture of crucibles..
Cliffstone, unmanufactured
Coal: Anthracite
COPPER, UNMANUFACTURED:

Ores.
Regulus of, and black or coarse copper, and copper cement...
old, fit only for remanufacture, and clippings from new copper.
Plates, bars, ingots, or pigs, and other forms, not manuiactured, and

composition metal of which copper is a component material of

chiei value, not specially provided for.
Cork wood, or cork bark, unmanufactured..
Cotton, unmanufactured, and waste..
Diamond dust, or bort.
Fertilizers: Apatite, bone dust, guano, kieserite, phosphates, etc
Fibers, vegetable, and textile grasses, unmanufactured.
Fish bladders and fish sounds, etc..
Furs and fur skins, undressed.
Gold and silver sweepings.
GREASE AND OILS:

Commonly used in soap making, etc..

Enfleurage grease
Gut, etc., unmanufactured
Hair, not specially provided for
Hide cuttings, raw, and other glue stock
Hides and skins, other than fur skins.
Hoofs, horns, etc., unmanufactured, etc
India rubber and gutta-percha, crude.
Ivory, not sawed, etc.: Animal and vegetable.
Lithographic stones, not engraved
Manganese ore and oxide of..
Meerschaum, crude
Minerals, crude, not advanced in value, etc.
Moss, seaweeds, and vegetable substances, crude.
Oakum
Ores: Emery, nickel, sulphur, or pyrites, and chromic ore
Paper stock, crude, fit only to be converted into paper.
Pearl, mother of, not sawed, cut, polished, or otherwise manufactured
Pewter and britannia metal, old and fit only to be remanufactured
Plants, fruit trees, shrubs, and vines for propagation or cultivation, etc..
Platinum, unmanufactured.
Plumbago .......
Rennets, raw or unprepared
Rotten stone, and tripoli
Sausage casings
Seeds, not elsewhere specified.
Shells of all kinds, not cut, ground, etc..
Silk, unmanufactured..
Tanning materials: Hemlock bark, and other articles in a crude state, etc.
Tar and pitch, of coal tar and wood, etc..
Tin, in bars, blocks, pigs, etc..
Whalebone, unmanufactured
Woop:

Brier root or brier wood, and similar wood, manufactured, etc.
Cabinet-Box, cedar, ebony, granadilla, mahogany, etc..
Handle bolts and shingle bolis..
Logs and round unmanufactured timber
Pulp woods..
Ship planking and timber, bamboo, rattan, and reeds, sticks cut

into suitable lengths for umbrellas, parasols, etc

All other
All other free articles.
Total free of duty

DUTIABLE.
Antimony, as regulus or metal...
Asphaltum and bitumen, crude, dried, and advanced.
Bristles...

270, 463,00 302, 797.00

13,797.00 1,969, 527.08

6S2, 414.48 40,581, 370.75

366,829.00 27,094, 622.58 1, 151, 836.10

136, 681.00 1, 784, 120.00

53, 198, 00 112, 895. 97 38, 242.23

29, 333. 30 3, 660, 965.86 2,766,658,66 904, 302.00 10, 731.00

533. 19 1,881, 227.00 963, 356.00 93,358.00 30,531.00 753, 366.00 1,671, 798. 43

563, 284. 49 42, 631,598.00

186, 812.50

93, 206, 10 19, 463, 736.00

53, 234, 25

312, 579.00
257, 102.00

102,393.00
2, 708, 439.00

37,863.71 41, 87,577.31

387,619.00 32, 525, 513.39 1, 396, 748.00

131,015.00 1,522, 204.00

60, 444.00 132, 131.58 63, 370. 32

38,510.00 3,319, 744.90 3,008, 893. 91 1,515, 996.00

29, 928.00

1,525.31 1,962, 596.00 1, 217, 591.00

70, 785.00 25, 811.00 962, 777.00 1,629,191.83

493, 942, 92 50,012, 251.00

131, 875.00

145, 755. 00 23,618,857.00

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CHEMICALS, DRUGS, AND DYES:

Barks, beans, berries, balsams, buds, bulbs, bulbous roots, etc.
Burk for dyeing or tanning, extract of..
Chicle guin..
Fish glue or isinglass..
Insect powder..
All other

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No. XVI.—IMPORTS ENTERED FOR CONSUMPTION AND DUTIES COLLECTED, BY ARTICLES AND Classes, GROUPED ACCORDING TO DEGREE

OF MANUFACTURE AND USES, YEARS ENDING JUNE 30, 1902 AND 1903—Continued.

CLASS B.-ARTICLES IN A CRUDE CONDITION WHICH ENTER INTO THE VARIOUS PROCESSES OF DOMESTIC INDUSTRY-Continued.

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Dollars. 1,069, 438.97 5,658, 168.02

Dollars.

364, 230.66 1,060,879.74

Per cent.

34.06
18.74

Dollars.
1, 154, 241.00
11,550, 971.64

Dollars.

403, 867.14 994, 984. 09

Per cent.

34.99 8.61

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Clays or earths, unwrought
Coal and coke....
FLAX, HEMP, AND OTHER VEGETABLE FIBER:

Flax, raw, and tow of..
Hemp, raw, and tow of

Total flax, hemp, etc..
Fur waste .......
Grease, not otherwise provided for.
Hair, clean or drawn..
Hides and skins, raw, etc
Hops
IRON AND STEEL, AND MANUFACTURES OF:

Ores and basic slag.
Pig iron
Scrap iron..
Steel ingots, cogged ingots, blooms, etc.

Total iron and steel
Lead: Ore, pigs, and bars, etc..........
MARBLE AND STONE:

Marble in block, rough or squared..
Onyx in block, rough or squared..

Freestone, etc., unmanufactured
METALS AND METAL COMPOSITIONS, not elsewhere specified:

Aluminum, in crude form, and alloys of..
Argentine, albata, or Germaņ silver, unmanufactured
Metals, unwrought, and metallic mineral substances, in a crude state.
Nickel, nickel oxide, and alloys, etc....
Quicksilver

Tungsten ferrochrome
Mineral substances: Mica
Plants, trees, shrubs, and vines, known as nursery stock
Plaster rock'or gypsum, crude
Seeds: Castor, linseed, millet, poppy, and garden
Silk, partially manufactured, etc
Straw.
Sugar cane
Teasels
Waste, not specially provided for
WOOD, AND MANUFACTURES OF:

Pulp of wood...
Timber ......

Total wood ...
Wools, HAIR OF THE CAMEL, GOAT, ALPACA, OR OTHER LIKE ANIMALS:

Class 1-Clothing..
Class 2-Combing
Class 3—Carpet.
Rags, mungo, flocks, noils, shoddy, and waste..
Wool and hair advanced in any manner, etc

Total wools.......
Zinc or spelter, in blocks or pigs and old and worn-out, fit only to be

remanufactured..
All other dutiable articles.
Total dutiable..

RECAPITULATION.
Total free of duty
Total dutiable..

752, 184.00 44,681.00 19, 150.50 127, 998.00

3,300.00 58, 191.00 222, 330.00

686.00 12, 014.00

361, 435.70 1, 162, 814.09

260, 927.97 1,381, 039. 48

17.00 12,867.00 2, 803. 75

2, 836.00 598, 335.50

44, 605.56

825.00 11, 638. 20 39, 856.32

88.20 2, 402.80 184,584.87 312, 875. 40 127, 676. 46 296, 072.65

34.85 25.00 20.00 17.93 12. 86 20.00 51.07 26.91 48.93 21.44

4.70 36.50 20.00 30.00 10.00

4,812.00

350, 290.95 1, 372, 166,58

301, 046.25 1,186, 599.07

128.00 12, 832.00 4,520.16 1,625.00 536, 441. 42

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560.75

850. 80 59,833. 55

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Total Class B

328, 506,596.95

6.35

28,013, 636.65

7.30

CLASS C.-ARTICLES WHOLLY OR PARTIALLY MANUFACTURED FOR USE AS MATERIALS IN THE MANUFACTURES AND MECHANIC ARTS.

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No. XVI.-IMPORTS ENTERED FOR CONSUMPTION AND DUTIES COLLECTED, BY ARTICLES AND CLASSES, GROUPED ACCORDING TO DEGREE

OF MANUFACTURE AND USES, YEARS ENDING JUNE 30, 1902 and 1903—Continued.

CLASS C.-ARTICLES WHOLLY OR PARTIALLY MANUFACTURED FOR USE AS MATERIALS IN THE MANUFACTURES AND MECHANIC ARTS-Cont'd.

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Button forms: Lastings, mohair, cloth, silk, etc
Cement: Roman, Portland, and all other...
Chalk, prepared: French, and preparations of..
CHEMICALS, DRUGS, AND DYES:

Acids.
Albumen, egg or blood.
Alumina, alum, and ammonia, etc.
Antimony, salts of.
Barium, binoxide and chloride of.
Borates of lime or soda, etc., and borax.
Coal-tar colors or dyes and all preparations of, etc.
Dextrin or burnt starch
Formaldehyde
Gelatin....
Glycerin, crude and refined.
Indigo, carmined, extracts, ete
Ionone
Licorice, extracts of, in paste, rolls, etc.
Lime and soda, hypophosphites of.
Lime, chloride of, or bleaching powder..
Lithia, carbonate and other salts of..
Logwood and other dyewoods, extracts of.
Magnesia, calcined, carbonate and sulphate of..
Milk, sugar of
Mineral waters, and all imitations of natural mineral waters, and

all artificial mineral waters.
Morphia and opium ..
Potash....
Soda, and salts of
Sulphur, retined and sublimed.
Sumac.
Tartar-Argols, or crude tartar, etc., and argols partly refined, etc.,

cream of tartar, and patent tartar
Thorium, nitrate of
Tin, oxide of
All other ....

Total chemicals, drugs, and dyes
Clays or earths, wrought or manufactured..
Collodion, rolled or in sheets
Copper: Plates, rolled, etc., sheathing, or yellow metal.
Cotton: Thread, yarn, or warp yarn, not on spools
Emery, grains and ground, etc..
Feathers and downs, not specially provided for
Flax, hemp, etc., and manufactures of: Yarns or threads and fibers,

all other dressed..
Furs, dressed on the skin, and hatters' furs.
Gas, water, condensed
Glucose or grape sugar.....
Glue..
Gold and silver: Gold and silver leaf
Hair, curled, hair cloth, and hair seating
Hats, bonnets, and hoods, and materials for: Braids, plaits, laces, etc...
IRON AND STEEL, AND MANUFACTURES OF:

Bars, blooms, billets, etc., for which charcoal is used as fuel
Bars or shapes of rolled iron...
Bars or shapes, rolled or hammered..
All other, and slabs, blooms, or loops.
Hoop, band, or scroll, or other iron or steel
Boiler or other plate iron or steel.
Sheets of iron or steel, common or black..
Sheets and plates, pickled or cleaned by acid, etc
Sheets and plates (excepting tin plates, etc.), galvanized or coated,

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