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Table 2.–Domestic production, imports, exports, consumption, and per cent that produc

tion sustains to consumption with relation to the classes of articles carried by bill H. R. 4413, for selected years: 1890, 1900, and 1905.

(Productio. figures compiled from census reports; those of imports and exports from Commerce and Navigation. Bureau of Statistics, Department of Commerce and Labor. Because of lack of uniformity in classifications, the statistics of production are not in all instances strictly comparable, nor do they relate with precision to the classifications of the bill referred to. Close approximations have been attained, however, and important variations are cited in footnotes.)

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Agricultural imple

ments..

105 119 123

Bagging for cotton,

sacks, burlaps, etc....

1890 1881, 271, 651

$3,859,184 $77, 412, 467 1.23 1900 101, 207, 428 $5, 408 $1, 082 16,099, 149 85, 113, 687 1.12 1905 111, 344,976

13,876

2,775 20,721, 741 90,637, 110 1.08 1890 11, 120, 121 7,549,446 2,474,081 3 327, 955

8, 669, 567 .14
1900 35, 383,797 12, 164, 291 3,518, 118 3 3:7, 740 17,548, 088 23
1905 * 9,065, 802 16, 965, 812 4,879, 870 * 321,884 26, 031, 614 .31
1890 ( ) 608, 670 213, 035

620 (
1900 - 49, 159, 747 23, 192 5,739 70, 186 49, 112, 753
1905 12, 760,010 7, 136 2,576 127, 193 12, 639, 953

12 31 35

Cotton ties (hoop or

band iron).

15

100 101

Leather, boots, shoes,

harness, saddles, sad. dlery, etc .....

1890 6416, 756, 351
1900 6426, 270, 906
1905 1525, 630, 937

970, 059
298, 967
437,347

26, 689 11,571, 170 414, 696, 240 6.59 112, 842 23, 128, 682 403, 441, 191 5.33 146, 165 33,063, 021 493, 006, 203 6. 19

100 105 130

Barbed and other fence

wire,wirerods,strands, ropes, etc...

108 105

Fresh and preserved

meats

125 111 124

Flour and grist, cereals

and bread.

117 102 107

Lumber, laths, and shin

gles

1890

3,091, 302 995, 661 780, 2:22
1900 88, 155, 035 324, 783 281, 714 6, 196, 266 81,983, 552 1.08
1905 118, 853, 625 1,041, 230 293, 913 6,867, 650 113, 027, 205 1.34
1890 $561, 611,668 291, 417 43,088 111, 143, 605 450, 759, 510 7.16
1900 680, 286, 295 227,020 58,012 157, 136, 455 523, 376, 869 6.89
1905 760, 764, 747

477, 755 114, 481 146,347, 283 614,895, 219 7.31
1890 413,971, 474 176, 581 26, 287 60, 447, 532 353, 700, 523 5.62
1900 196,722, 553 161, 183 32,575 78,882, 348 418,004, 385 5.54
1305 708, 478,500

664, 315 141, 370 44,101, 282 665,041, 633 7.91 1890 407, 957, 382, 7,511,057 1,242, 742 11, 493, 512 403, 974, 927 6. 42 1900 414,058, 187 8,531, 524 1,546, 010 18, 686, 668 403, 903, 343 5.31 1905 465, 157, 662'12, 864, 258 1,714, 172 32,760, 287 445, 267, 633 6.30 1910 724, 705, 760 22, 398, 342 1,918, 803 47,504, 809 699, 599, 293 7,61 1890

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2,793, 780 1900 13, 039, 238

4,541, 774 8, 497, 464
1905

6, 104.279
1890 5,441, 303 861,062 391, 215 29, 073 6, 273, 292 . 10
1900 7, 901, 836 514,145 287, 854 55,833 8, 390, 148 .11
1905

396,202 203,064 190,376 9,540, 824 11

101 103 104 101

Bewing machines, and

parts of

153

Salt

87 94 91

9,334, 998

! Includes custom and repair work, and amount received for contract work.

All jute and jute goods.
• Exclusively bags, manufactured from fibers, vegetable and textile grasses.

Not reported separately. * Includes skelp.

Includes custom and repair work, etc., as well as value of skins and hides other than cattle. * Includes the custom and repair work in saddlery only. • Inclndes by-products, such as fertilizers, glue, etc

TABLE 3.- Imports entered for consumption and exports of the articles carried by bill

H. R. 4413 for the year ending June 30: 1890, 1900, 1905, 1909, and 1910. (Compiled from Commerce and Navigation, Bureau of Statistics, Department of Commerce and

Labor.)
IMPORTS ENTERED FOR CONSUMPTION.

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7, 136

Agricultural implements..
Cotton bagging, sacks, burlaps, etc..
Cotton ties..
Leather, boots, shoes, harness, saddles,

saddlery, etc.
Barbed and other fence wire, wire rods,

strancs, ropes, etc..
Fresh and preserved meats..
Flour, cereals, and bread.
Lumber, laths, and shingles..
Sewing machines, and parts of..
Salt...

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$5, 408 $13, 876 $43, 256
$7,549, 446 | 12, 164, 291 16, 965, 842 / 21,655, 543
608, 670
23, 192

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97,059 298, 967 437, 347 436, 647
3,091, 302 324, 783 1,041, 230 1, 240, 940
291, 147 227, 029

477, 755 512, 814
176,581 164, 183 664, 315 1,096, 267
7,511, 057 8,531,524 12, 864, 258 19,568, 603
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861,062
544, 145

396, 202 337, 090

$79, 602 25, 605, 019

9,389 1, 319, 622 1, 825, 088

736, 165 1, 202, 497 22, 398, 342

76,964 295, 131

DOMESTIC EXPORTS.

Agricultural implements.

$3, 859, 184 $16, 099, 149 $20,721, 741 $25,694, 184 $28, 124, 033 Cotton bagging, sacks, burlaps, etc.

"337, 955 2397, 740 2 321,884 Cotton ties.

* 466, 554 3414, 009

620 Leather, boots, shoes, harness, saddles,

70, 186

127, 193 179, 227 259, 924 saddlery, etc

11,671, 170 23,128, 682 33,063, 021 85, 467,300 Barbed and other fence wire, wire rods,

37, 178, 938 strands, ropes, etc.

780, 222 Fresh and preserved meats.

6,496, 266

6,867, 650 7,722, 460 111, 143, 605 157, 136, 455 146, 347, 283 136, 231, 967 106, 844, 808

9, 186, 159 Flour, cereals, and bread

60, 447, 532 78, 882, 348 Lumber, laths, and shingles..

44, 101, 282 55,170, 593 51,594, 708

11, 493, 512 18,686,668 32, 760, 287 38, 371, 893 Sewing machines, and parts of.

47,504, 809 2,793, 780 4,511, 774 Salt..

6, 104, 279 5, 904, 029 7,513, 852 29,073 55,833 190, 376 237, 973 286, 363

I Not separately reported.
a Exclusively bags manufactured from fibers, vegetable, and textile grasses.

TABLE 4.- Value of imports entered for consumption, duties and ad valorem rate of duty,

uith relation to articles carried by bill H. R. 4413, for the year ending June 30: 1905 and 1910.

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Table 5. Duties from imports of articles carried by bill H. R. 4413, for the year ending,

June 30: 1890, 1900, 1905, 1909, and 1910.

(Compiled from Commerce and Navigation, Bureau of Statistics, Department of Commerce and

Labor.)

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TABLE 6.-Segregation of the items and duties composing the paragraphs in bill H. R.

4413, covered by (1) cotton bagging, sacks, burlaps, etc., and (2) lumber, laths, and shingles.

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Cotton bagging, sacks, burlaps, etc.:

Cotton bagging.
Sacks....
Burlaps..

Total
Lumber, laths, and shingles:
Lumber-
Boards, planks, deals, and other sawed

lumber except hardwoods and cabi

net woods.
Round timber used for spars and in

building wharves.
Timber, hewn, squared, or otherwise

sided than by sa wing.

Fence posts. Laths Shingles

1, 127, 743 1,801, 872 1,360,049 | 1, 660, 851 | 1,413,071 3,927 1, 291

342

273

450 1, 774 1, 258 5, 262 2,109 1,875 1,176 2, 226

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366 46, 282 73, 606

122, 779 171.267 150, 218 68, 223 162, 986 227, 619 317,537 352, 766

TABLE 7.-Duties to be remitted by the United States from imports into the United States

from Canada under the reciprocity agreement, on articles affected by bill H. R. 4419, on the basis of the importations for the fiscal year ended June 30, 1910. (Compiled from tables of Bureau of Trade Relations, Department of State, and from Commerce and

Navigation, Bureau of Stwistics, Department of Commerce and Labor.]

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1 Affected by the bill (H. R. 4413), but not by the Canadian reciprocity agreement. Statistics not available, negligible amount. * Estimated, and includes extracts of meat, tallow, and canned poultry. *Includes $24,261 estimated for bran, middlings, and other offals of grain used for animal food.

Includes $586 estimated for timber, hewn, squared, or sided otherwise than by sawing, and round timber used for spars or in building wharves; and $68,108 estimated for sawed boards, planks, deals, and other lumber planed or finished on one side. "Estimated by Bareau of Statistics, Department of Commerce and Labor.

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