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Page 145.—Table XXIV. In column headed "Breadstuffs,” year 1903, read 221,242,285 instead of 221,542,285; and in total, same

year, read 783,471,010 instead of 783,771,010. Page 270.-Imports of merchandise. Argentina–In class, “Collodion, and manufactures of,” insert, pounds, 3; dolars, 19. Page 308.—Imports of merchandise. Under subclass, “Wines,” subdivision, 'Champagne, etc.," read “Dozen quarts" instead of

"Dozens;' and under subdivision “Still wines-In other coverings,” read the same correction. Page 310.-Imports of merchandise. Italy-In class, Confectionery,” read 2,979 instead of 2,976. Page 311.-Imports of merchandise. Quebec, Ontario, Manitoba, etc.-In class, “Tar and pitch of wood,” insert, barrels, 1, and

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strike out 1 in blank space two lines above.
Page 317.-Imports of merchandise. Chinese Empire-In class, “Carpets and carpeting," under square yards read 1,195 instead

of 1,198.
Page 425.—Exports of domestic merchandise. Cuba-In class, "Bones, hoofs, etc.," read 1,043 instead of 1,943.
Payo 425.- Esports of domestic merchandise. Guatemala–In class, “Brass, and manufactures of," read 2,253 instead of 2,203.
Page 428.-Exports of domestic merchandise. North America, in recapitulation-In class, “Breadstuffs," subclass, “All other, for

animal feed,” subdivision, “All other," read 96,953 instead of 96,943.
Page 431.—Exports of domestic merchandise. North America, in recapitulation-In class, “Chemicals, drugs, etc.,” subclass, “Medi-

cines, patent or proprietary," read 784,437 instead of 784,637. Page 441.- Exports of domestic merchandise. Honduras—In class, “Glass and glassware,” subclass, “All other,” read 6,739 instead of

6,738. Page 444.-Exports of domestic merchandise. Turkey in Europe-In class, “Instruments and apparatus, etc.,” subclass, “All other,"

read 2,557 instead of 2,567. Page 463.— Exports of domestic merchandise., United Kingdom--In class, “Provisions, etc.,” subdivision, "Lard,” read, pounds,

196,458,773 instead of 196,438,773. Page 761.- Imports for consumption. In class, "W001, etc.;"subclass, "Plushes and other pile fabrics," valued at more than 70 cents

per pound, in column headed “ Values," read 639 instead of 6.39. 4

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Review of the foreign commerce of the United States, 1903

SUMMARY TABLES.

TABLE No. I. Summary tables of foreign commerce, by customs districts, 1903.

II. Total values of imports and exports of gold and silver, 1821–1903.

III. Total values of imports and exports of merchandise, 1821–1903 .

IV. Total values of imports and exports of merchandise and percentages of, by customs districts, 1903

V. Total values of imports and exports of merchandise and percentages of, by countries, 1903
VI. Percentage of total foreign commerce, by customs districts, 1900–1903.
VII. Percentage of total foreign commerce, by countries, 1900–1903..

VIII. Order of magnitude of the principal customs districts as to their total commerce (imports and exports of merchan-

dise) during the ten years ending June 30, 1903 .

IX. Order of magnitude of the principal countries as to their total commerce (imports and exports of merchandise) during

the ten years ending June 30, 1903 ....
X. Imports of merchandise, by articles, summary of, 1901-1903
XI. Exports of foreign merchandise, by articles, summary of, 1901-1903
XII. Imports of merchandise, by principal articles and classes, in order of magnitude, 1897–1903 ..

XIII. Imports of principal articles of merchandise, by customs districts, 1903 .

XIV. Imports entered for consumption, and duties, total values, 1821-1903.

XV. Imports entered for consumption, leading articles, 1902 and 1903 ...

XVI. Imports entered for consumption, and duties collected, by articles and classes, grouped according to degree of

manufacture and uses, 1902 and 1903; and summary by groups, 1881-1903

XVII. Imported merchandise remaining in warehouses, summary of, by articles, 1900–1903

XVIII. In transit and transshipment trade, by customs districts and countries, 1903.

XIX. Imported merchandise received at interior ports from exterior ports prior to appraisement, by customs districts,

1903....

XX. Exports of domestic merchandise, summary of, by articles, 1901-1903

XXI. Exports of domestic merchandise, by principal articles and classes, in order of magnitude, 1898-1903...

XXII. Exports of domestic merchandise, grouped by articles according to sources of production, 1898-1903 .

XXIII. Exports of domestic merchandise, total values of, grouped according to sources of production, 1860, 1870, 1875–1903.
XXIV. Exports of leading products of domestic agriculture, 1867-1903

XXV. Exports of domestic merchandise, by principal articles and customs districts, 1903.
XXVI. Value of foreign trade carried in American and foreign vessels, by countries, 1903.
XXVII. Value of foreign trade carried in American and foreign vessels, 1859-1903 ...

XXVIII. Number and tonnage of vessels entered and cleared in the foreign trade, by customs districts, 1903..

GENERAL TABLES OF TONNAGE MOVEMENT.

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COMMERCE OF ALASKA.

ISIPORTS AND EXPORTS INTO AND FROM ALASKA:

27. Imports and exports of merchandise, total valnes of, hy countries, other than the United States, 1903...

28. Imports of merchandise, by articles and countries, other than the United States, 1903....

29. Shipments of domestic merchandise, by articles, to the United States, and exports, by articles, to foreign countries, 1903.

30. Shipments of domestic merchandise, by articles, from the United States to Ilaska, 1903..

31. Shipments of foreign merchandise, by articles, to the United States, and exports, hy articles, to foreign countries, 1903..

32. Shipments of foreign merchandise, by articles, from the United States to Alaska, 1903.

33. Shipments of merchandise from the United States to Alaska, total values, by customs districts, 1:903

TONNAGE MOVEMENT:

34. Number and tonnage of vessels entered and cleared at Alaska, by countries, 1903

35. Number and tonnage of vessels entered and cleared at Alaska, by nationality, 1903.

36. Number and tonnage of vessels entered and cleared at Alaska in its trade with the United States, by nationality, 1903 ...

COMMERCE OF ILAWAN.

IMPORTS AND EXPORTS INTO AND FROM HIAWAIT:

37. Imports and exports of merchandise, total values of, by countries, other than the United States, 1903

38. Imports of merchandise, by articles and countrics, other than the United States, 1903.

39. Imports of merchandise, summary of, by articles, from countries other than the Cuited States, 1903

40. Exports of domestic merchandise, by articles and countries, other than the United States, 1903..

41. Shipments of domestic merchandise, hy articles, to the United States, and exports, by articles, to foreign countries, 1903.

42. Shipments of foreign merchandise, hy articles, from Hawaii to the l’nited States, 1903.,

43. Shipments of domestic merchandise, hy articles, from the United States to Hawaii, 1903

44. Exports of foreign merchandise, by articles and countries, other than the C'nited States, 1903.

45. Shipments of foreign merchandise, by articles, from the United States to Hawaii, 1903..

46. Shipments of merchandise from the United States to Hawaii, total values, by customs districts, 1903.

TOxxAGE MOVEMENT:

47. Vumber and tonnage of vessels entered and cleared at Hawaii, by countries, 1903......

48. Number and tonnage of vessels entered and cleared at Hawaii in its trade with foreign countries, 1903

49. Number and tonnage of vessels entered and cleared at Hawaii in its trade with the United States, by nationality, 1903...

COMMERCE OF PORTO RICO.

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Eagle City, Alaska..
Wrangell, Alaska.
Mary Island, Alaska.
Juneau, Alaska.
Kodiak, Alaska
Unalaska, Alaska..
Cooks Inlet (Homer), Alaska.
Orea, Alaska...
St. Michaels Island, Alaska
Skagway, Alaska
Unga, Alaska..
Karluk, Alaska.
Ketchikan, Alaska
Nome, Alaska
Valdes, Alaska

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