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Philippine Islands 689 Guam, Midway Islands, and Tutuila 697 Recapitulation 698 Tonnage movement 69'J Page. — Commercial, movements in southern territory— Con. South America Japan British Australasia Philippine Islands Other Asia and Oceania British Africa Other countries Upper leather — Kid, glazed Patent or enameled. Exported to — United Kingdom Belgium France Germany Netherlands Other Europe British North America Central American States and British Honduras Mexico Cuba Other West Indies and Ber- muda Colombia Other South America British Australasia Philippine Islands Other Asia and Oceania British Africa Other Africa Other countries OCTOBER— 1908 Quantities.

Imports and exports of gold and silver in ore, bullion, and coin, by cus- toms districts, in October, 1909 6E9 Transit and transshipment of foreign gold and silver in the customs dis- tricts of New York in October, 1909 G39 Wool, raw, imports of, into Boston, New York, and Philadelphia during October, 1909, by countries and classes 610 Wool, raw, imports of, into Boston, New York, and Philadelphia, by coun- tries of production, and by ports and classes, by months 641 Shipment outward of certain Canadian in-transit articles 643 Commerce of the United States with Cuba 645 Commerce of the United States with Panama 647 Number and tonnage of steam vessels cleared with all-grain and general cargoes for certain foreign ports 649 Tonnage of vessels entered and cleared, by districts G50 Page. Exported to- United Kingdom Belgium Germany Italy Netherlands Other Europe British North America West Indies and Bermuda.

The values of all imported articles subject to specific duties shall be ascertained in the manner in which the values of imports subject to duties ad valorem are ascertained. The official values of the articles therein represented are the same as the import values. — In the tables of tonnage movement in American foreign trade the tonnage is stated in net tons of 100 cubic feet carrying space after the prcseribedallowances are made for crew space, engine space, etc. — In all tables published by the Bureau the measures of quantity are as follows, unless indicated otherwise: Ton. Number of pounds to the bushel is as follows: Wheat, beans, and potatoes, 60 pounds; barley and buckwheat, 48 pounds; corn, rye, and flaxseed, 56 pounds; onions, 67 pounds; oats, 32 pounds; malt, 34 pounds; Brazil nuts, 62 pounds. — statements of imports, exports, and tonnage movement are shown by customs districts, which have a certain prescribed limit of territory with a port of entry.

The value of merchandise imported since August 5, 1909, subject to ad valorem rates of duty and duty imposed upon and regulated in any manner by the value thereof, shall be "the actual market value or wholesale price thereof, at the time of exportation to the United States, in the principal markets of the country from whence exported: that such actual market value shall be held to be the price at which such merchandise is freely offered for sale to all purchasers in said markets, in the usual wholesale quantities, and the price which the manufacturer or owner would have received, and was willing to receive, for such merchandise when sold in the ordinary course of trade in the usual wholesale quantities, including the value of all cartons, cases, crates, boxes, sacks, casks, barrel*, hogsheads, bottles, jars, demijohns, carboys, and other containers or coverings, whether holding liquids or solids, and all other costs, charges, and expenses incident to placing the merchandise in condition, packed ready for shipment to the United States. The customs districts having the port of entry with name different from that of the customs district are the following: DISTRICT. C Arizona Aroostook, Me Boston and Charlestown Mass.

Hawaii Humboldt, Cal Huron, Mich Little Egg Harbor, N. Memphremagog, Vt Miami, Ohio Michigan, Mich Minnesota, Minn Montana and Idaho Niagara, N. 135 625,302 2, 254, 704 312.908 1,008,300 549.309 1,486,751 211H, ill 379,031 835.170 132, 405 165,271 256,228 597, 181 1,464,077 275, 131 726. [October, Exports of Domestic Merchandise— Continued. 809 1 52,212,039 / 90,048 1 46, 635, 669 f 580 1 315,063 |l44,290,734 \ _ V 5,899,512 }31,792,456 |81,803,839 }l6,809,312 } 899,049 } 3,398,156 lit Tiro o;( 5,851,504 } 4,962,077 } 38,459 } / 1,923,164 1 996,153,357 / 96, 113 1 50,752,756 f 708,578 \ 370, 177, 170 / 1,787,022 1 925,257,195 / 378, 085 1 193,390,377 / 26, 114 1 13,317,214 / 90,348 1 48,184.770 / • 205,221 1 106,502,797 J 109,548 1 50,373,598 / 85,628 \ 43,505,799 J 2,307 1 1,233,191 / 280 1 144,001 / 133, 476 1 69,725,298 / 2,198 1 1,162,344 J 250 1 123, 695 |l07,579,727 | 5,105,601 ^38, 385, 417 J-96, 120,804 }20,310,154 } 1,200,342 } 5,050,287 111 nnrt zee 6,002,019 } 4,656,288 } 144, 858 | 13,579 | 7,878,259 } 123, 628 } 15,155 1 2,301,735 11,179,901,458 / 115,423 1 60,805,083 / 825,971 1 428,340,100 / 1,560,738 \ 805, 158, 244 / 357,569 1 185,473,791 / 17,796 1 8,954,746 / 53,835 1 27,941,549 / 159, 895 1 82,797,734 / 112,309 1 57,880.148 / 90, 257 1 48,757.353 / 50,329 1 27,017,346 i 900 1 439,252 / 129,460 1 68,034,799 / 3,003 1 1,567,396 / 310 \ 151,136 }l30,345,956 ]■ 6,416,468 } 49,326,869 | 87,819,933 | 20,083,925 J- 706, 861 | 3,356,589 } 9,181,852 | 6,291,821 | 5,178,245 | 2,948,289 I 44, 239 | 7, 007, 174 | 165, 138 | 15,554 ^ ■ 296,348,292 Dollars. 6 1,133,760 4,800,290 131,050,738 146,370,088 Dollars. 3,242,351 3,209,039 25,968,839 002, 778 32, 826, 888 765,086 296, 348, 292 7,523,479 248, 951,816 5, 994, 050 277, 420, 826 6,451,990 478 0Q* 118 11,898 8,007 174,994 19,973 52,882 28, 433 4,894 92,250 16,341 40, 0S7 1,147 81,627 63,513 0,732 400 411 31 ' 748 11 550 199 562 204 z, 340, 879 1,654,304 99 r t 094 Q Q7fi o, 3in, uuo 997, 078 2 108* 537 ' 297^ 411 6 071 9Q^ 1 778 038 762, 552 10, 540 1,344 254, 865 15,509 66, 781 41,848 5,917 95, 02S 25, 930 50, 430 5,830 126,202 47,409 17, 441 n 440 014 6 380, 000 75*249,022 6 824 462 31 , 044, 281 20,540,041 3 841 742 4R 'VH\ .-,8 247,946 477,116 41,787 895, 881 334, 897 98, 759 437, 520 07,780 480,837 533, 735 92, 664 511,324 ^ 4«n 140 700. 008 704.374 4,907,122 727,740 5,027,656 Saws 5,582,590 Total 986, 137 1,137,723 13,315,341 10,942,572 10,062, 518 Exported to — • United Kingdom 130,047 25,214 25, 101 86, 438 14,049 15,838 24,807 51.918 150, 769 28.045 64,992 39,840 11,416 36,350 31,018 9.057 6, 735 2,942 30, 104 420 13,725 4,486 122,858 11,724 8,874 28, 000 5,295 75 142,935 18,011 63,743 54,962 16,260 17, 768 26,880 44,977 162 679 28,227 79,291 40,022 10,285 135,518 41,105 12, 780 5,475 3,130 31,510 3, 244 10^791 12,302 100,374 18,972 17,414 26, 532 6,464 1,933,340 185,538 401,434 911,000 135,038 201,880 258. 707 135| 637 153.735 1,635.931 133,364 98,045 186, 152 48,305 75 1,469,273 224.679 399, 757 663.838 149.000 142,148 222, 281 510.408 1 884 057 268,592 809.903 375.397 117.080 780. 584 342,776 190, 066 285, 603 08, 313 122,007 22, 379 25, 727, 102 21, 598, 999 958, 759 7,508 36,478 595, 822 494, 390 26,812 1,503 , 804, 069 17,773 81,981 47,742 21,192 33,414 5,686,252 755, 70S 19,482 108, 706 156,960 4,082 104,030 582,236 368,832 537, 664 2, 121,916 443, 749 24,057 175,235 72,048 129,198 27, 670 40, 832 13, 847 610 FOREIGN COMMERCE OF THE UNITED STATES. OCTOBER— TEN MONTHS ENDLNG OCTOBER — 1908 1909 1907 1908 1909 Quantities. [August, 1903.1 British and Foreign Trade and Industry. [June, 1904.] Imports and Exports and Receipts and Expenditures of the United States, 1835 TO 1904. 475 24,768 52,609 5,383 22,052 3,223 448 1,037,625 194, 209 534,585 21,015 227,002 17,561 5,060 140, 850 28,762 72,539 3,318 32,110 2,751 672 2,209,019 | 10,703,318 249,713 1,083,918 3,936, 728 14,481,661 417,529 1,356,217 5,062,761 2,288,612 559, 651 224, 180 140,675,595 13,241,700 90,807,765 7,785,191 40,414,441 3,802,730 81,018,806 2,933,812 2,550,496 5,079,524 2, 108, 160 15,203,228 12,020,054 7, 648, 629 8,025, 153 250,830 216, 307 449,734 178,006 1,356,065 1,027,155 680,029 37,976,044 091,496 2,792, 163 1,100,419 3,436,879 10,474,613 16,670,958 6,578,873 3,457,167 56,769 246,087 94, 794 289, 406 839,600 1,368,613 527,966 7,240,857 HIT. [July, 1903.] Steamer Lines Plying Between Ports of the United States and Foreign Ports. 06 94,2:3 315,937 1,035,372 235, 477 381,638 57,234 133,562 53,765 31,409 134,438 33,385 53, 290 8,979 19,301 8,885 4,202 1,141,478 177, 177 409, 606 33,668 151,032 19,072 3,400 142. Exported to- United Kingdom Belgium France Germany Netherlands Other Europe British North America Central American States and British Honduras. Exported to — United Kingdom Belgium Germany Netherlands Other Europe British North America Central American States and British Honduras... SERIES 1909-1910 MONTHLY SUMMARY OF H OF THE D STATES October-December, 1909 WASHINGTON GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE 1910 33k. The statement of general imports and the statement of imports entered /or consumption for any period will differ to the extent that the value of entries for ware- house for the period differs from the value of withdrawals from warehouse for consumption. The value of such commodities exported " from warehouse" is their import value; the value of such commodities exported " not from warehouse," comprising free goods mainly, is the value at the ports of the United States whence they are exported. Y Cherrystone, Va Cuyahoga, Ohio Delaware Eastern Maryland Frenchman Bay, Me Genesee, N. SERIES 1909-1910 MONTHLY SUMMARY OF COMMERCE AND FINANCE OF THE UNITED STATES OCTOBER, 1909 WASHINGTON GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE 1909 EXPLANATIONS OF REGULAR STATISTICAL TABLES. — The regular statement of imports of merchandise, by articles and countries, in this publication is what is termed the statement of general imports, embracing imported articles entered for immediate consumption on arrival and articles entered for warehouse, as distinguished from special imports, which embrace imports entered for immediate consumption and withdrawals from warehouse for consumption. The value of exports of domestic merchandise is their value at the time of exportation in the ports of the United States whence they are exported. — The regular statementof foreign exports, by articles, in this publication, sometimes called " reexports," exhibits exports of foreign mer- chandise which had been imported. C." Asthe demand on the partof the public for the reports of the Bureau is beyond its ability to supply, persons to whom they are regularly sen! 632 Imports and exports of merchandise, total values of, by months 636 Imports and exports of gold in ore, bullion, and coin, by months 637 Imports and exports of silver in ore, bullion, and coin, by months 637 Imports and exports of gold and silver, by countries and customs districts, October and ten months ending October, 19 638 Page. 294 24, 490 9,804 66,417 17 400 15^803 47 005 36,' 531 2 841 3^067 65,133 23,506 132,896 38,512 9,598,1S4 325 167 305^901 O'j O, loo 271,556 182,991 83, 832 324, 059 93 502 124^733 257 961 138,' 258 11 080 132 236,805 69,662 806,073 433,868 1,017,777 35,636 30, 518 57, 824 27, 470 18,810 10, 766 32, 568 10, 125 15,034 29,835 15,1S6 1,232 696 21,760 8,362 91,405 48,803 7,257,336 L's T.i. C," and can be purchased at a small price by application to the " Superintendent of Documents, Office of Public Printer, Washington, D. Summary of imports and exports, by groups, duties collected, merchandise in warehouse, specie imports and exports, and tonnage entered and cleared 579 Imports of merchandise, by articles, quantities, values, and countries 580 Exports of domestic merchandise, by articles, quantities, values, and countries 597 Exports of foreign merchandise, by articles, quantities, and values G20 Imports and exports of domestic and foreign merchandise, total values of, by countries 628 Imports and exports of domestic and foreign merchandise, total values of, by customs districts 630 ■Merchandise remaining in warehouse, by articles, quantities, and values. Exported to — United Kingdom British North America Pontril & TYin Wf* ATI f^tot*i; and British Honduras Cuba Other West Indies and Chinese Empire Other Asia and Oceania British Africa 1,900,183 223, 492 1,030,396 177,818 14.849,613 1,564, 157 13,836,103 1,473,807 12,218,873 1,347,524 1, 327, 935 31 276 46', 208 77 175 113[806 30, 940 10, 108 47,081 9 308 29^217 TOO 20,043 032 120 61,900 7,634 83,617 23,940 155,935 O, Oo O 4, (139 7 830 1L472 3,170 1,413 5,037 1011 A, 423 4 790 2)211 74 11 4,940 873 9,306 2,762 884, 890 64,075 79.090 18, 078 104, 090 59, 275 127, 122 40, 147 3,186 2,601 38,390 43, 450 168 4,768 29,980 17,182 00,028 40,070 98, 453 7' 005 7,575 1,924 10, 620 7,488 10, 102 4,097 359 329 4,792 5,001 21 485 3,758 2,407 8,058 5,344 7, 120,540 310, 509 m,m Ij • ■ 1 - . 019 630,474 233,486 1,235,740 387,476 766, 348 34, 388 87,837 151 723 40! Exported to — United Kingdom Belgium 13,069,992 1,297,271 6,871,705 693,955 236,826,968 23,025,294 131,055,071 13,414,137 | 79,955,329 8,202,404 12,429,658 3,457 175,742 461,135 1,243,415 298 15,429 38,129 6,821,151 1,766 6,874 41,914 690,376 213 630 2,736 232,088,278 264,739 1,727,942 2,746,009 22,594,916 25,260 161,631 240, 487 124,530,214 203,417 1,582,216 4,739,224 12,847,401 21,327 139,694 405,715 75,388,277 87,924 937,575 3,541,553 7,804,876 8,781 93,437 295,310 3,955,024 15 712 304,103 1 fi1 4,365,979 5,187 320,760 916 41,932,614 2,612,922 127 318 36,483,811 417 149 2,695,721 49,787 37,202,320 311,312 2,811,064 36 074 3,970,736 305,918 4,371,166 321,676 43,131,870 2,740,240 36,900,960 2,745,508 37,573,038 2,847,138 835,595 213,195 2*2, 42(1 89,975 334,831 1,158,325 116,980 487, 405 376,280 37,400 33,780 4,550 68,497 17,281 21,256 6,538 26,113 84,923 9,689 37,776 29,693 1,354 2,449 349 1,243,160 178,475 540,095 78,516 296,975 705,805 592,734 316,773 299,063 240 55,540 3,730 90,510 14,897 36,816 5,751 19,262 48,529 52,915 20,702 22,070 57 3,915 252 12,268,451 2,581,458 4,317,474 802,336 4,548,533 6,716,322 2,450,200 5,631,769 2,585,873 357, 446 730,704 141,304 820,088 185,181 278,312 61,869 277,561 380,585 164,722 350,031 158,123 19,200 36,457 8,111 11,288,884 2,005,920 3,484,667 511,908 2,988,156 6,130,301 1,516,684 4,923,524 3,245,426 331,612 326,330 87,488 887,674 153,980 250,371 37,643 207,831 433,897 119,276 858,037 244,992 21,945 23.658 6,204 11,504,421 1,846,545 4,474.430 613.230 2,705,965 5,432,001 1,941,293 4,372,742 3,451,474 545,735 469,393 216,409 905,605 155,637 32*.i»U 43,849 194, 5S0 353,423 163,228 345,964 202,441 40,795 35,794 17,821 4,328,840 233,184 2,303,957 132,025 93,527,074 5,669,863 62,983,762 3,550,078 46,769,244 2, G49,093 1,881,953 368,040 238, 109 102,219 19,528 10,800 977,695 34,009 100,400 191,208 50,752 124,378 80,023 175,494 87,959 114,470 199,339 68,478 41,195 52,705 1,815 6,325 10,380 2,537 9,016 5,500 11,039 4,834 6,380 11,654 3,766 2,870 37,194,138 11,823,667 9,447,993 8,913,934 1,125,822 6,650,740 11,140,801 1,724,205 609,723 1,176,825 814,730 1,004,282 718,894 1,027,070 154,232 2,327,179 688,402 551 , 459 533,053 63,340 391,876 673,871 106, 1S2 34,503 69,960 54,005 60,151 45,0S8 60,763 9,371 31,543,270 5,015,703 2,788, 032 5,122,433 3,981,299 4,199,310 3,530,508 1,946,523 983,037 1,033,174 916,705 74,406 586,973 1. 936 1,785,110 275,702 140,115 297,806 222.032 2441304 200,100 113,108 50,849 54,043 51,688 4,679 30.247 07.4S5 23,099,919 3,423,710 7,491,316 2,164,978 2,018,314 1,555,032 1,021,056 1,260,398 1,078,505 1,307,576 917,154 222,045 495,203 234,430 479,008 1,318,360 184.066 410,967 123,387 113,796 92,830 63,638 75,723 59,175 G9,532 54,530 11,836 31,432 13,590 26,831 Italy Central American States and British Honduras Mexico Cuba Other West Indies and Chile Other South America 103,801 461,713 596,872 125,451 110,287 144,683 136,759 30,400 84,591 5,965 20,098 30,019 7,199 5,497 7,890 7,934 2,112 5,059 40,115 2,264 51,357 3,288 102,853 1 6,910 1909.] FOREIGN COMMERCE OF THE UNITED STATES. 611 TEN MONTHS ENDr NG OCTOBER— 1907 1908 1909 Quantities. Receipts and disbursements of the United States, by months 752 Amounts of gold and silver coin and certificates, United States notes, and national-bank notes in circulation and in the Treasury October 1, 1909, and November 1, 1909, respectively 753 Values of foreign coins October 1, 19 753 5"age. Lamps, chandeliers, and all devices for illuminat ing purposes, other than electric Lead, manufactures of Leather, and manufactures of: Sole leather lbs. 722 Comparative receipts of grain at principal ports 722 Receipts of domestic produce at New York 723 Receipts and stocks of leaf tobacco 724 Receipts of flour and grain at Philadelphia, Baltimore, and Newport News 725 Section IV.— Coastwise Commerce at Atlantic and Gulf ports 725 Coal shipments from New York, Philadelphia, Baltimore, Newport News, and Norfolk 726 between New York and New England ports 726 Receipts of southern pine at New York 727 Coastwise and foreign shipping arrivals at Boston, New York, Phila- delphia, and Mobile 727 Section V.— Commercial movements in southern territory 728 Southern cotton movement 729 Page. Scales and balances Stoves, ranges, and parts of All other manufactures of Total iron and steel, etc., not including ore Jewelry, and manufactures of gold and silver: Jewelry All other manufactures of gold and silver Total.

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