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SESSIONAL PAPERS 



VOLUME 4 



FOURTH SESSION OF THE NINTH PARLIAMENT 



DOMINiON OF CANADA 



SESSION 1904 




VOLUME XXXVIII 



4 Edw. VII. Alphabetical Index to Sessional Papers. 



A. 1904 



it^See also Numerical List, page 5. 

ALPHABETICAL INDEX 

OF THE • 

SESSIONAL PAPEBS 

OF THE 

PARLIAMENT OF CANADA -^^-^^--^ 



FOURTH SESSION, NINTH PARLIAMENT, 1!)04. 



Adulteration of Food 14 

Agricultural Implements 54 

Agriculture, Annual Report 15 

Alaska Boundaiy Award 4G, 4(\a 

Aluminum Imports 10!t 

Anglo-American Telegraph Co 73, 73« 

Archives, Canadian 18 

Athabaska Landing, Petroleum at 118 

Atlantic Coast Fisheries 97 

Auditor General, Annual Report 1 



B 



6 



Banks, Chartered 

Banks, Unpaid Balances in 7 

Binder Twine 1'2S, 128rt 

Bonds and Securities 47 

Boyd, Mr 81 

British Canadian Loan and Investment Co 48 

British Columbia Industrial Disputes. . . . 36a 

Britton, Justice 142 

Bronte Harbour 80 



Canada Eastern Railway 141 

Canadian Contingents to South Africa . . . 139 

Canadian Goods in U. S. Vessels 62 

Canadian Northern Railway 74, 133 

Canadian Pacific Railway : 

Business with Interior Department .... 53 

Lands sold by 56 

Canadian School of Musketry 138 

Cattle-guards 98 

Chartered Banks 6 

Cheese-cooling Rooms 95 to 956 

Chicken-fattening in P. E. I 136 

Civil Service : 

Appointments and Promotions 58 

Examiners 31 

Insurance 41 

List 30 

Superannuations 38 



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C 

Coal or other Fuel Supply 108 

Cold Storage 05^ 65a: 

Commis.sioner of Lights. 90 

Conference at Washington 125, 

Cotton Imports §4 

Criminal Statistics ij 

Crude Petroleum . ng 

I> 

Dairy Products 143 

Davis, Michael P 12<J 

Delegates to Europe gg 

Dividends unpaid m Banks ... 7 

Dominion Lands 51 52 

Dominion Police 45 

Doukhobor Reserve (jq 

Dry Docks on Pacific Coast 86 

Dugas, Blaise 94 

Dundonald, Earl of 113 113^, 

E 

East Richelieu Valley Railway 70 

Electric Light, Inspection of 13 

Estimates 3 to 5rf 

Evanturel, Lieut. -Col §5 85^, 

E.Kchequer Court 59 

Experimental Farms jg 

F 

Fair Wages ... 140, I40a 

Fire Insurance Premiums no 

Fisheries, Annual Report 22 

Fish-trap Licenses 144 

Floods by Richelieu River 77 

Fort William, Telephones for 99 

France, Steamers to 122 

G 

G allagher, L. L 72 

Garrison Common, Toronto flft 

Gas, Inspectiim of 13 



4 Edw. VII. * Alphabetical Index to Sessional Papers. 



A. 1904 



Gauss, .Steamshij) 146 

Geographic Board 21« 

Geological Siirvej' Reiwrt*. 26 

Goodrick, Henry 116 

Government Telegraph Service 19a 

Govemor General's Warrants 40 

Grand Trunk Pacific Railway. . . .37, 37«, 100, 102, 

117, 124 

Gregory, R. W., Lieut. -Col 130, 13ff 



Half-breed Scrip 67 to 67d 

Hampton Station, N. B 82 

Harbour Commissioners 23 

Hope Island 61, 61a 

Huntingdon Post Office 81 



Ice-breakers 147 

Immigration Agents ... 64 to 646 



Indian Act 

Indian, Affairs, Annual Report. . . . 

Industrial Dispute in B. C 

Inland Revenue, Annual Rei>ort . . . 

Insuiance, Abstract , 

Inspraiice, Annual Report 

Interior, Annual Report 

Irena Post Office 

Iroquois Indians , 



Jackson, J. B 

Judge Winchester 

Justice, Annual Reix>rt. 



107 



5.5 

27 

36« 

12 

9 

8 

25 

101 

105 



107« 

102 

34 



Labour, Department of. Annual Report.. 

Le Malou, Steamer 

Librarj' of Parliament, Annual Report. . 
Lobster Fisheries . . , . 97, 

Mabou Creamery 

Mails to United Kingdom 

Major General, Earl of Dundonald 113, 

Manchester Liners ... 

Marine and Fisheries ; Chief Engineer . . 

Marine, Annual Report 

Maritime Provinces, Steamships for 

Matane, Postmaster at 

Mea.sures, Inspection of. . . . 

Militia and Defence, Annual Rejwrt 

Militia, 9th Regiment of 

Montreal Fire Insurance 

Montreal Turnpike Trust 83, 

Mounted Police 

^Mutual Reserve Life Association 



36 
132 

33 
123 



134 

89 

113a 

75 

90 

21 

76 

119 

13 

35 

112 

110 

115 

28 

69 



Xappan Dairy Station 135 

Xash, E. A 93 

National Transcontinental Railway. . 37, 37«, 100 
102, 117, 124 

New Brunswick Appeal Case. 127 

Ninth Regiment of Militia 112 

North- West Irrigation 50 

North- West Mounted Police , . . 28 

O 

Ossekeag, N. B , 82 

Ottawa Improvement Commission 42 

Ouellet, Major 85, 85a 

Over-rulings of Treasury Board 39 

P 

Pacific Cable 106 

P.E.I., Chicken-fattening in 136 

P.E.L, Deep- Sea Fi.slieries 137 

P,E.I., Lobster Industry 123 

P.E.L, Railway 104 to 1046 

P.E.L, Telegraph Service 73, 73a 

Penitentiaries, Annual Reixjrt as to 34 

Petroleum at Athabaska Landing 118 

Police, Dominion 45 

Police, North-west Mounted 28 

Port Arthur, Telephone for 99 

Postmaster General, Annual Report 24 

Privy Council Appeal Cases 127 

Protocol of Washington Conference 125 

Public Accounts, Annual Report 2 

Public and Other Works 63 

Public Printing and Stationery 32 

Public Works, Annual Report 19 

a 

Quarantine Matters 1 21 

Quebec Central Railway 114 

R 

Railway Cattle-guards 98 

Railways and Canals, Annual Report .... 20 

Representation in House of Commons 127 

Richelieu River Floods 77 

Ross Rifle Factory Co 91 

Saskatchewan River 78 

Savard, P. V 87(>)87(«) 

Secretary of State, Annual Report 29 

Shareholders in Chartered Banks 6 

Sheep, Shipment of, U.S 120 

Shipping, List of 216 

South Africa Contingents 139 

South Shore Railway 70 

St. Alphonse Wharf 145 

Steamer Le Malou 132 



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Alphabetical Index to Sessional Papers. 



A. 1904 



Steamship Gauss 

Steamship Service to France. 
Subsidy for Steamshijis 



Telegrajth Service, Government 

Thermograplie Records 

Timber Limits 

Timber on Hope Island 

Toronto Garrison Common 

Toronto Island and Harbour 

Trade and Commerce, Annual Rejrart.. 
Trade and Navigatitm, Annual Report. 

Trade Unions 

Transatlantic Steamship Companies.. . . 

Treadgold Syndicate 

Treasury Board Over-rulings . . .'. 
Trent Valley Canal ." 



U 

Unclaimed Balances in Banks. 

Unforeseen Expenses 

United Counties Railway 



146 

122 

76 



19a 

65, 65a 

66, 66a 
(51, 61a 

96 
79 
10 
11 

103 
71 

126 
39 
49, 49? 



43 
70 



V 

Vancouver Engineering Works SfJ 

Vegetables and Fruits from U.S 92 

Ventilation of Railway Cars 6S 

Ventilation of Ships (!;"), 65a 

Vessels, List of 21t 

W 

Wa^kerton Mail Service .57 

Warrants, Governor General's 40 

Weighing Dairy Products 143 

Weights, Measures, etc 13 

Winchester, Judge 102 

Winnipeg and Hudson's Bay Railway . . . 133 
* 

Y 

Yukon : — 

Liquor Permits ... Ill 

Justice Britton and Commissioners .... 142 

Ordinances 44 

Rescinding Treadgold Privileges 126 

Yukon Territory Act 131 



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See alwo A.l]ihabetical Intlex, pHgre 1. 

LIST OF SESSIONAL PAPERS 

Arranged in Numerical Order, with their titles at full length ; the Dates when Ordered 
and when jiresented to the Houses of Parliament ; the Name oj the Senator or 
Member who moved for each Sessional Paper, and tvhether it is ordered to he 
Printed or Not Printed. 



CONTENTS OF VOLUME B. 

Census of Canada, 1901. St-eond Volume Printed for both distribution and sessional papers. 

CONTENTS OF VOLUME 1. 

(This volume is lioimd in two parts.) 

1. Report of the Auditor General, for the fiscal year ended 30th June, 1903. Presented 22nd March, 190 

hy Hon. W. S. Fielding Printed for both distribution atid sessional papers. 

CONTENTS OF VOLUME 2. 

2. Public Accounts of Canada, for the fiscal year ended .30th .June, 1903. Presented Kith March, 1904 

by Hon. W. S. Fielding Printed for both distribution and sessional papers. 

3. Estimates for the sums required for the services of Canada, for the year ended 30th .June, 1905. Pre- 

sented 16th March, 1904, by Hon. W. S. Fielding. .Printed for both distribution and sessional papers. 

4. .Supplementary Estimates for the year ending 30th June, 1904. Presented 22nd April, 1904, by Hon. 

W. S. Fielding Printed for both distribution and sessional paper . 

5. Further Supplementary Estimates for the year ending 30th June, 1904. Presented 30th May, 1904, b 

Hon. W. S. Fielding Printed for both distribution aiul sessional papers. 

5a. Further Supplementary Estimates for the year ending 30th June, 1904. Presented 28th June, 1904 

by Hon. W. S. Fielding .' Printed for both distribution and sessional papers 

5b. Supplementary Estimates for the year ending 30th June, 1905, Presented 25th July, 1904, by Hon 

W. S. Fielding. . ... . , Printed for both distribution and sessional papers. 

5c. Further Supplementary Estimates for the year ending 30th June, 1904. Presented 3rd August, 1904, 

by Hon. W. S. Fielding Printed for both distribution and sessional papers . 

5d. Further Supplementary Estimates for the year ending 30th June, 1905. Presented 3rd August, 1904, 

by Hon. W. S. Fielding Printed for both distribution and sessional papers. 

6. List of Shareholders in the Chartered Banks of Canada, as on 31st December, 1903. Presented 17th 

May, 1904, by Hon. W. S. Fielding : ■ Printed for both distribution and sessional papers. 

CONTENTS OF VOLUME 3. 

7. Report of dividends remaining unpaid, unclaimed balances and unpaid drafts and bills of exchange m 

Chartered Banks of Canada, for five years and upwards, prior to December 31, 1903. Presented 
26th May, 1 904, by Hon. W. S. Fielding Printed for both distribution and sessional papers. 

8. Report of the Superintendent of Insurance, for the year ended 31st December, 1903. 

Printed for both distribution and sessional papers. 

9. .\bstract of Statements of Insurance Companies in Canada, for the year ended 31st December, 1903. 

Presented 13th April, 1904, by Hon. W. S. Fielding. 

Printed for both distribution and sessional papers. 

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CONTENTS OF VOLUME 4. 

10. Report of the Department of Trade and Commerce, for the fiscal year ended 30th June, 1903. Pre- 

sented 16th Mai-ch, 1904, by Hon. J. .Svitherland . .Printed for both distribution and sessional papers. 

CONTENTS OF VOLUME 5. 

11. Tables of tlie Trade and Navigation of Canada, for the fiscal year ended 30th June, 1903. Presented 

16th March, 1904, by Hon. W. Paterson Printed for both distribution ami sessional papers . 

CONTENTS OF VOLUME 6. 

12. Inland Revenues of Canada. E.xcise, etc., for the fiscal year ended 30th June, 1903. Presented Hith 

March, 1904, by Hon. L. P. Brodeur Printed for both distribution and sessiomil papers. 

13. Inspection of Weights, Measures, Gas and Electric Light, for the fiscal year ended 30th June, 1903. 

Presented 16th March, 1904, by Hen. L. . . Erideur. 

Printed for both distribution and sessional papers . 

14. Reixjrt on Adulteration of Food, for the fiscal year ended 30th June, 1903. Presented 7th April, 1904, 

by Hon. L. P. Brodeur Printed for both distribu.tion and sessional iMpjers . 

1.5. Report of the Minister of Agriculture, for the year ended 31st October, 1903. Presented 22nd March, 
1904, by Hon. W. S. Fielding Printed for both distribution aiid sessioncd piapers . 

16. Report of the Director and Officers of the Experimental Farms, for the year 1903. Presented 27th 

May, 1904, by Hon. S. A. Fisher Printed for both distribution and sessional papers. 

CONTENTS OF VOLUME 7. 

17. Criminal Statistics for the year ended 30th September, 1903. 

Printed for both distribution and sessional papers. 

18. Report on Canadian Archives, 1903 Printed for both distribution and sessional papers. 

19. Report of the Minister of Public Works, for the fiscal year ended 30th June, 19C3. Presented 16th 

March, 1904, by Hon. J. Sutherland Printed for both distribution and sessional papers. 

19a. Special Report of the Government Telegraph Service, compiled by the Department of Public Works. 
Presented 16th June, 1904, by Sir Wilfrid Laurier. 

Printed for both distribution and sessional papers. 

CONTENTS OF VOLUME 8. 

20. Annual ReiX)rt of the Department of Railways and Canals, for the fiscal year ended 30th June, 1903. 

Presented 12th April, 1904, by Hon. H. R. Emmerson. 

Printed for both distribution and sessional pafers. 

21. Report of the Department of Marine and Fisheries (Marine), for the fiscal year ended 30th June, 

1903. Presented 24th March, 1904, by Hon. J. R. Prefontaine. 

Printed for both distribution aiul sessional papers. 
21a. Fourth Annual Report of the Geographic Board of Canada, 1903. 

Printed for both distribution and sessienud papers. 

CONTENTS OF VOLUME 9. 

21'a List of Shipping issued by the Department of Marine and Fisheries, being a List of Vessels on the 
registry books of Canada, on the 31st December, 1903. 

Printed for both distribution and sessional papens. 

22. Report of the Department of Marine and Fisheries (Fisheries), for the fiscal year ended 30th June, 

1903. Presented 6th April, 1904, by Hon. J. R. Prefontaine. 

Printed for both distribution and sessional papers. 

23. Report of the Harbour Commissioner.s, etc., 1903. . . .Printed for both distribution and sessional papers. 

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CONTENTS OF VOLUME 10. 

2-4. Report of the Postmaster General, for the year ended 30th June, 1903. Presented' 16th March, 1D04, 
by Sir William Mulock. . . -. Printed for both distribution and sessional papers. 

2't, Annual Report of the Department of tlie Interior, for the fiscal year ended 30th June, 1903. Pre- 
sented 16th March, 1904, by Hon. C. Sifton Printed for both distribution and sessional papers. 

CONTENTS OF VOLUME IL 

26. Summary Report of the Geological Survey Department for the calendar year 190.'^. Presented .5th 

July, 1904, by Sir Richard Cartwrlght Printed for both distribution and sessional papers. 

27. Annual Report of the Department of Indian Affairs, for the fiscal year ended .30th June, 1903. Pre- 
sented 8th July, 1904, by Hon. C. Sifton Printed for both distribution and sessional papers. 

28. Report of the North-West Mounted Police, 1903. Presented 18th April, 1904, by Sir Wilfrid Laurier. 

Printed for both distribution and sessional papers. 

CONTENTS OF VOLUME 12. 

29. Report of the Secretary of State of Canada, for the year ended 31st December. 1903. Presented 16th 

March, 1904, by Hon. J. Sutherland Printed for both distribution and sessional papers. 

30. Civil Service List of Canada, 1903. Presented 16th March, 1904, by Sir Wilfrid Laurier. 

Printed for both distribution and sessional papers. 

31. Report of the Board of Civil Service Examiners, for the year ended 31st December, 1903. Presented 

28th April, 1904, by Sir Wilfrid Laurier Printed for both distribution atul sessional papers. 

32. Annual Report of the Department of Public Printing and Stationery, for the year ended 30tli .Tune, 

1903. Presented 28th April, 1904, by Sir Wilfrid Laurier. 

Printed for both distribution and sessional papers. 

33. Report of the Joint Librarians of Parliament for the year 1903. Presented 11th March, 1904, by the 

Hon. The Speaker Printed for sessional papers. 

34. Report of the Minister of Justice as to Penitentiaries of Canada, for the year ended 30th June, 1903, 

Presented 11th April, 1904, by Hon. C. Fitzpatrick 

Printed for both distribution and sessional papers. 

35. Report of the Department of Militia and Defence of Canada, for the year ended 31st December, 

19(t3. Presented 10th May, 1901, by Sir Frederick Borden. 

Printed for both distribution and sessional papers. 

CONTENTS OF VOLUME 13. 

36. Report of the Department of Labour, for the year ended 30th June, 1903. Presented 16th March, 

1904, by Sir William Mulock Printed for both distribution and sessional papers. 

36a. Evidence taken before the Royal Commission to inquire into Industrial Disputes in the province of 

British Columbia. Presented 15i,h July, 1904, by Sir William Mulock. 

Printed for both distributidn and sessional papers. 

37. An agreement made between His Majesty the King and the Grand Trunk Pacific Railway Company, 

dated March 8th, 1904, varying in some respects the provisions of the agreement between His 
Majesty and Sir Charles Rivers Wilson and others representing the said company, a copj' of which 
forms the Schedule to the Act, 3 Edward VII, chapter 71. Presented 11th March, 1904, by Sir 

Wilfrid Laurier Printed for both distribution and sessional papers. 

37rt. Proposed alterations to contract re Grand Trunk Pacific Railway Company, and correspondence in 
connection therewith. Presented 28th March, 1904, by Sir Wilfrid Laurier. 

Printed for both distribution and sessional papers. 

38. Statement of superannuations and retiring allowancss in the civil service during the year ended 31st 

December, 190.3, showing name, rank, salary, service, allowance and cause of retirement of each 
person superannuated or retired, and also whether vacancy filled by promotion or by new appoint- 
ment, and salary of any new appointee. Presented 16th March, 1904, by Hon. W. S. Fielding 

Not printed. 

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CONTENTS OF VOLUME U^Con tinned. 

39. Return of oveV-rulings by the treasury board of the auditor general's decisions between the com 

mencement of the session of 1903 and that of 1904. Presented ICth March, 1904, by Hon. W. S. 
Fielding ]^ot printed. 

40. Statement of Governor General's Warrants issued since the last session of parliament, on account of 

the fiscal year 1!;mj3-1904. Presented Kith March, 1904. by Hon. W. S. Fielding Not printed. 

41. 8tate4iient in pursuance of section 17 of the Civil Service Insurance Act, for the fiscal year ending 

30th June, 1903. Presented 16th March, by Hon. W. S. Fielding Not printed. 

42. Statement of receipts and expenditures of the Ottawa Improvement Commission, for the fiscal j'ear 

ended .30th June, 190.3. Presented 16th March, 1904, by Hon. W. S. Fielding Not printed. 

43. Return showing the expenditure on account of unforeseen expenses from thp 1st July, 1903, to the 

10th March, 1904. Presented 16th March, 1904, by Hon. W. S. Fielding Not printeel. 

44. Ordinances ef the Yukon Territory, passed by the Yukon Council in the year 1903. Presented 17th 

March, 1904, by Sir Wilfrid Laurier Not printed. 

45. Report of the Connnissioner, Dominion Police Force, for the year 1903. Presented 17th March, 1904, 

by Hon. W. S. Fielding Not printed. 

46. The A^\ard of the Alaska Boundary Tribunal. Presented 22nd March, 1904, by Sir Wilfrid Laurier. 

Printed for sessional papers. 
Note. — This is included in 46«. 

46a. Correspondence i-esi>ecting the Alaska lx)undary, together witli the award of the Alaska Boundary 
Tridunal. Presented 8th July, 1904, by Sir Wilfrid Laurier. 

Printed for both distribution emd sessional papers. 

47. Detailed statement of all bonds and securities registered in the Department of the Secretary of State 

of Canada, since last Return, 24th March, 1903, submitted to the parliament of Canada under 
section 23, chapter'19 of the Revised Statutes of Canada. Presented 23rd ]\Iarch, 1904, by Sir 
Wilfrid Laurier Not printed. 

48. Statement of the affairs of the'British Canadian Loan and Investment Company, as on 31st Decem- 

ber, 1903. Presented 21st March, 1904, by the Hon. The Speaker Not printed. 

49. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 17th March, 1904, for a copy of the Report of 

Mr. McLeod, C.E,, upon the continuation of the Trent Valley Canal between Rice Lake and Lake 

Ontario. Presented 28th March, 1904.— ilfr. Blain Printed for sessional papers. 

49a. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 28th March, 1904, for copies of all engineers' reports 

' with plans and profiles, and other particulars, showing the sui veys for the southern section of the 

Trent Valley Canal, between Rice Lake and Lake Ontario, by the two routes, via Trenton and Port 

Hoi>e ; and the comparative cost by each route. Piesented 2nd May, 1904. — Mr. Blain . .Not iirinfed. 

50. Return of orders in council which have been published in the Canada Gazette between 1st .lanuary and 

31st December, 1903, in accordance with the provisions of section 52 of the North-west Irrigation 

Act, chapter 35 of 61 Victoria. Presented 30th March, 1904, by Hon. C. Sifton Not printed . 

31. Return of orders in council which have been published in the Canada Gazette and in the British 
Cohnuhia Gazette, between 1st January and 3lst December, 1903, in accordance with the provisions 
of subsection (d) of section 38 of the regulations for the survey, administration, disposal and manage- 
ment of Dominion lands within the 40-mile railway belt in the province of British Columbia. Pre- 
sented 30th March, 1904, by Hon. 0. Sifton Not printed. 

52. Return of orders in council which have been published in the Cetnada Gazette between 1st January and 

31st December, 1903, in accordance with the provisions of clause 91 of the Dominion Lands Act, 
chapter .54 of the Revised Statutes of Canada, and its amendments. Presented 30th March, 1904, 
by Hon. C. Sifton Not printed. 

53. Return (in so far as the Department of the Interior is concerned) of copies of all orders in council, 

plans, pai>er8 and correspondence which are required to be presented to the House of Commons, 
under a resolution passed on 20th February, 1882, since the date of the last return under such resolu- 
tion. Presented 30th March, 1904, by Hon. C. Sifton Not printed. 

54. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 28th March, 1904, showing amount of rebates of 

duties paid on agricultural implements from June 30th, 1901, to June 30th, 1903, to each firm 
exi)orting such machinery for the respective years. Presented 11th April, 1904. — Mr. Roche 
(Marquette) ' Not printed. 

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CONTENTS OF VOLUME IS— Continued. 

55. Return showing remissions of intei-est made under section 141, as added to the Indian Act by section 
8, chapter 35, 58-59 Victoria, for tlie year ended 30th June, 1903. Presented 11th April, 1901, by 
Hon. C. Sifton Not printed. 

66. Return of all lands sold by the Canadian Pacific Railway Company, from the 1st of October, 1902, to 
the 1st October, 1903. Presented 11th April, 1904, by Hon. C. Sifton ]!tot printed. 

57. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 28th March, 1934, for copies cf all correspondence 

since January 1st, 1904, between the postmaster general and the mayor of the town of Walkerton, 
relating to the irregularity of the mail service to the Town of Walkerton. Presented 11th April, 
1904. — Mr. Donnelly. Not printed. 

58. Return of the names and salaries of all persons appointed to or promoted in the several department 

of the civil service, during the calendar year 19u3. Presented 13th April, 1904, by Hon. W. S. 
Fielding Not printed. 

59. Orders of the Exchequer Court, under provisions of section 55 of 50-51 Victoria, as amended by 52 

Victoria, chapter 8. Presented 13th April, 1904, by Hon. C. Fitzpatrick Not printed. 

60- Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 28th March, 1904, for cox)ies of all CDrrespondence, 
l^etitions and ])apers, between any settlers in township 27, ranges 31 and 32, and township 28, ranges 
31 and 32, and any department of the government, in reference to adding of those townships to the 
Doukhobor reserve. Presented 14th April, 1904. — Mr. Roche (Marquette) Not printed. 

61. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 17th March, 1904, for copies of all correspondence 

in connection with the cutting of any timber on Hope Island, in the Georgian Bay, by any person 
or persons during the years 1903-4. Presented 14th April, 1904. — Mr. Bennett Not printed. 

61«. Supplementary return to Gl. Presented 28th April, 1904 Not printed. 

62. Copy of order in council respecting shipment of Canadian goods in Untied States vessels via St. 

Michaels, with regulations and instructions issued in 1898 and subsequent years, and also corre- 
spondence respecting the issue of orders and instructions for^the season of 1904. Presented 19th 
April, 1904, by Hon. W. Paterson Printed for sessional papers. 

63. E.xtract from a report of the committee of the honourable the privy council, approved by the governor 

general on the 11th March, 1904, respecting the management and control of public and other works 
(3 Edward VIl. , c. 53), provides for the transfer by the governor in council of the management, charge 
and direction of any public works, or any power, duty or function with resjject to any work or class 
of works, whether public or private, which is assigned to or vested by statute in any minister or 
department, to any other minister or department. Presented 20th Ajn-il, 1904, by Sir Wilfrid 
Laurier Printed for sessional papers. 

64. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 17th March, 1904, showing the names and num- 

ber of .the ofPcials in the employ of government in Canada in connection with immigration; the 
salaries of each ; the amount of money spent in Canada in connection with immigration ; the total 
expenditure in connection with immigration, for the fiscal year ending 30th June, 1903 ; the expendi- 
ture for advertising ; and the amount of expenditure on buildings, with names of places. Presented 
20th April, 1904. —Mr. Wilson. . Printed for sessional papers. 

64a. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 17th March, 1904, showing the names and num- 
ber of all the immigration agents employed on commission by the Dominion government in Great 
Britain and Ireland, and in Europe, specifying the countries ; also the United States. Also how 
much commission is paid for each immigrant to each agent ; how many immigrants have been sent 
to Canada by each agent ; how much money has been paid to each agent as commission ; and how 
much has been allowed to each agent for expenses from 30th June, 1902, to 1st January, 1904. Pre- 
sented 20th April, 1904. — Mr. Wilson Printed for sessional papers. 

646. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 17th March, 1904, showing the names and num- 
ber of all immigration agents employed on salary by the Dominion government from the 30th June, 
1902, to 1st January, 1904, in Great Britain and Ireland, the United States of America and Europe ; 
the salary paid to each agent, the amount allowed for expenses to each. Also the number of immi- 
grants sent to Canada by each of the said agents. Presented 22nd April, 1904. — Mr. Wilson. 

Printed for sessioncd papers. 

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CONTENTS OF VOLUME IS— Continued. 

65i Return to an Order of the House of Commons, dated 17th March, 1904, for copies of all thermograph 
records of temj>erature taken on board Atlantic steamships since January 1st, 1903, stating :— 1. 
Name of steamship. 2. Date when thermograph was put in chamber. 3. Date when .steamer left 
the i^ort. 4. Whether chamber wa.s (a) cold storage ; (6) cool air ; (c) mechanically ventilated ; {d) 
ordinary or whether the record was taken on deck, or other place where the natural temperature of 
the air would be registered, unexposed to the sun's rays. 5. Where i^racticable, in what part of the 
chamber the thermograph was placed. Presented 20th April, 1904. — Mr. Smith (Wtntworth). 

Not printed. 

65o. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 17th March, 1904, for copies of all correspond- 
ence to date between the department of agriculture and the steamship companies, in regard to 
mechanical ventilation of ships' holds. Presented 22nd April, 190-i.— Mr. Smith { Wentuvrth). 

Not printed. 

66. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 28th March, 1904, showing : — 1. The number of 
timber limits, and where located, that have been disposed of by the government since March 1.5, 
1902, in the province of Manitoba and the North-west Territories. 2. The names of the purchasers 
in each case, and the price paid fr)r each limit. 3. Copies of tender for each limit, and the names of 
the newspapers in which the advertisements appeared. Presented 22nd April, 1904. — Mr. Roche 
[Marquette) Not printed. 

66a. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 17th March, 1904, showing the number of 
timber limits granted in Manitoba and the North-west Territories, between the years 1878 and 
1890, inclusive; and the mileage covered by said limits, together with the amount of money jjer mile 
received by the government for said timber limits. Also the number of limits that have been 
granted since the present government came into power, and the amount received per mile for the 
same. Presented 22nd April, 11*04. — Mr. McCreary Not printed. 

67t Return to an address of the House of Commons, dated 17th March, 1904, for copies of all petitions, 
memorials and correspondence respecting the half-breed allotment of scrip in Manitoba and the 
Territories up to date. Also copies of all reports and orders in council in connection therewith. 
Presented 22nd April, 1904. — Mr. LaRiviere Not printed. 

67a. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 25th April, 1904, of all i^titions, letters and 
other correspondence between the half-breads of the Saskatchewan district and the Dominion 
government, relating in any way to the grievances of the said half-breeds, for the years 1883, 1884 
and 1*"85. Also all correspondence between the Dominion government and their officials and others 
in the district of Saskatchewan, previous to the rebellion of 1885, relating in any way to the griev- 
ances of the said half-breeds. Presented 31st May, 1904. — Mr. McCreary Not printed. 

676. Supplementary return to 67. Presented 3l8t May, 1904 Not printed. 

67c. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 25th April, 1904, of all letters, petitions and 
corresrondence between D. H. McDowel, Esq., M.P., and the government, relating to the payment 
of rebellion claims and the issue of half-breed scrip in the Saskatchewan district. Presented 10th 
.June, 1904. — Mr. McCreary N<jt Printed. 

67</. Return to an order of the House >>f Commons, dated 25th April, 1904, showing : 1. The number of 
allotments of 240 acres of land made to half-breeds in Manitoba, and the total acreage covered by 
the same, 2. The number of scrip to half-breed children in Manitoba, and the total face value of 
the same. 3. The number of scrip to heads of half-breed families in Manitoba, and the total face 
value of the same. 4. The number of scrip to original white settlers in Manitoba, and the total 
face value of the same. 5. The number of scrip issued in commutation of hay yjri vikges in Manitoba, 
and the total face vakie of the same. 6. Scrip and land warrants issued for military services. 7. 
Scrip issued to the North-west Mounted Police. 8. Scrip issued to colonization companies ; names 
of companies, and the face value of such scrip. 9. All other scrip issued by the department of 
interior; to whom, for what purpose ; and respective face value of the same. 10. Number of each 
cash .and land scrip issued to the North-west half-breeds. 11. Number and face value of all the 
abt)ve-de8cribed scrip outstanding on the 31st December, 1903. Presented 13th July, 1904. — Mr. 
LaRiviere Not Printed. 

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68. Return to an order of the Itouse of Commons, dated 28th March, 1904, for copies of all correspond- 

ence and agreements to date, between the government of Canada and any railway companies, in re- 
gard to ventilation of railway cars. Presented 22nd April, 1904.— Mr. isvtith (Wentwurth). 

Not Printed. 

69. Return to an address of the Senate, dated 14th April, 1904, showing for the years 1891 to 1904, both 

inclusive, in detail, drawn off under separate headings : 1. Income in Canada. 2. Expenditure or 
disbursements in Canada, in detail. 3. Premium note account in Canada, in detail. 4. Miscellan- 
eous in Canada, in detail. 5. Exhibit of policies in Canada, in detail. 6. Details of termination in 
Canada, in detail. 7. General business statement for years 1891 to 1904, both inclusive. A. Income 
in detail. B. Disbursements, in detail. C. Ledger assets, in detail. D. Non-ledger assets, in de- 
tail. E. Liabilities, in detail. F. Exhibits of policies. These to be drawn on under different 
headings as to the detail of each statement, and additions to be made, as far as it applies, to figures 
for the years named. Company— Mutual Reserve Life Association, formerly known as the Mutual 
Reserve Fund Life Association. Also for the last return made by this company to the insurance 
department at Ottawa in the year 1904. Presented (Senate) 2lst April, 1904.- .ffow. Mr. Domville. 

Not Printed. 

70. Return to an address of the House of Commons, dated 28th March, 1904, for copies of all correspond- 

ence had with the government of Canada respecting the amalgamation of the South Shore, United 
Counties, and East Richelieu Valley Railways, or any of them ; of any orders in council relating to 
the said amalgamation, and of all correspondence referring to the appointment of a receiver to the 
South Shore Railway Company. Presented 25th April, 1904. — Mr. Monk Not Printed. 

71. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 17th March, 1904, for copies of all agreements 

made since January the first, 1903, between the government of Canada and any transalantic steam- 
ship companies receiving a bonus or subsidy from the government of Canada. Presented 26th April, 
1904.— Mr. Smith ( Wentworth) Not Printed. 

72. Return, to an order of the House of Commons, dated 17th ^larch, 1904, for copies of all correspondence, 

petitions and other documents in possession of the government, with reference to the charges against 
and the dismissal of L. L. Gallagher, postmaster at Wilton, in the liding of Lennox, in the pro- 
vince of Ontario. Presented 29th April, 1904.— Mr. Wilson Not printed. 

73. Return to an address of the Senate, dated 6th October, 1903, for all communications between the 

government of Canada, or any member thereof, and the Anglo-American Telegraph Company, any 
otlier telegraph company, the Provincial Government of Prince Edward Island, any Board of Trade 
in Prince Edward Island or any other province, and any representative of Prince Edward Island in 
the House of Commons, respecting the improvement of the telegraph service between Prince 
Edward Island and ths mainland of the Dominion. Presented (Senate) 27th April, 1904. — Hon. 

Mr. Ferguson .... . . Not printed. 

73a. Supplementary return to an address of the Senate, dated 6th October, 1903, for all communications, 
between the government of Canada, or any member thereof, and the Anglo American Telegraph 
Company, any other telegraph company, the Provincial Government of Prince Edward Island, any 
Board of Trade in Prince Edward Island, or any other province, and any representative of Prince 
Edward Island in the House of Commons, respecting the improvement of the telegraph service be- 
tween Prince Edward Island and the mainland of the Dominion ; and also a copy of any contract 
existing between the Prince Edward Island Railway and the Anglo-American Telegraph Company, 
regarding the use of the lines and offices of the said railway for telegraphic purposes. Presented 
(Senate) 31st May, \^QA.—Hon. Mr. Ferguson Not jyrinted. 

74. Copy of an Indenture made the 29th day of July, 1903 ; between the Canadian Northern Railway 

Company and His Majesty the King, represented by the Honourable the Minister of Finance and 
Receiver (reneral of Canada. Presented 2nd May, 1904, by Hon. W. S. Fielding Not p7-intcd. 

75. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 25th April, 1904, for a copy of the contract 

between the government of Canada and the Manchester liners, in force during the season of 1903. 
Presented 2nd May, 1904. — Mr. Lancaster Not printed. 

76. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 25th Ajn-il, 1904, for copies of all petitions, 

memorials, letters and other correspondence, between the Maritime Board of Trade, the Char- 
lottetown Board of Trade, the Alberton and West Prince Board ofTrade, and the Goverment, with 
regard to a subsidy for a line of steamships to ply between Chatham, New Brunswick ; Alberto 
and New London, on the north shore of Prince Edward Island ; Sydney, Nova Scotia ; the Mag- 
dalen Islands, and St. John's, Newfoundland. Presented 2nd May, 1904. — Mr. Hackett .Not printed. 

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77. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 17th March, 1904, for collies of all correspondence, 

petitions, claims, and other documents, in the possession of the government, relating to the damages 
sustained by the farmers of the counties of St. John and Iberville and Missisquoi, by the floods in 
Richelieu River. Presented 3rd May, 1901. — Mr. Demers (St. John and Iberville) Not printed. 

78. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 17th March. 1904, showing the amount of 

money exjjended by the Dominion government on improving the navigation on the Saskatchewan 
River.in the North-west Territories Presented 3rd May, 1904. — Mr. McCrearp .Not printed. 

79. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 17th March, 1904, for copies of all correspon- 

dence since the first ofjMarch, 1903. including, reports, letters, telegrams, etc.,between the government 
of Canada and any of its officers, or engnieers, or other persons, respecting the damage being done 
to the island at Toronto by the waters of Lake Ontario ; also copies of any orders or instructions 
which have been issued respecting the works necessary or to be undertaken for the protection of 
the said island, and the preservation of Toronto harbour. Presented 3rd May, V.)Qi.— Mr. Osier. 

Not printed. 

80. Return to an order of of the House of Commons, dated 23rd March, 1904, showing the names of all 

persons employed on the Bronte harbour improvements, in connection with the construction or repair 
of the pier, during the year ending 30th June, 1901, as foreman, timekeeper, labourers, or workmen 
of any kind. Also the several amounts paid as wages to each of such persons. And a similar 
return giving the like information for each of the years ending 30tlr .June, 1902 and 1903 ; and for 
the six months ending January 1st, 1904, respectively. Presented 3rd May, 1904.— J/r. Henderson. 
. . Not printed. 

81. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 2.5th April, 1904, for copies of all letters, tele- 

grams, correspondence, petitions, memorials, documents and papers, relating to the recent appoint- 
ment of Mr. Boyd to be postmaster at the village of Huntingdon, in the province of Quebec ; or 
relating to the filling of the vacancj' occasioned by the death of the late postmaster. Presented 3rd 
May, 1904.— .afr. Borden (Halifax) Not printed. 

82. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 25th April, 1904, for copies of all documents,. 

memorials, petitions, reports and correspondence, in relation to the removal of the post office at 
Ossekeag, or Hampton Station, in King's County, N. B., from the railway station to the store of 
R. H. Smith. Presented 3rd May, 1904.— ilfr. Huffhes C Victoria) Not printed. 

83. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 28th March, 1904, showing the i^resent indebted- 

ness of the Montieal Turnpike Trust to the Dominion government ; and the sums received by the 
latter as interest on bonds of said trust since 1895. Presented 3rd May, 1904. — Mr. Monk. 

Not printed. 

84. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 25th April, 1904, showing : 1. The quantity and 

value of raw cotton imported into Canada during each of the past six years ; also exports of same, if 
any, during same term. 2. From what countries it was imported, and the amount and value from 
each country. 3. Tlie quantity and qualit}' of manufactured cotton imported into Canada during 
each of the past six years. 4. From wtiat countries it was imported, and the amomit in value from 
each country. 5. The quantity and value of manufactured cotton exported from Canada during 
each of the past six j'ears. 6. To what countries it was exported. Presented 4th ^lay, 1904. — Mr. 
Thompson (Baldiiiiand and Monck) Not printed . 

85. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 30th March, 1904, for: 1. Copies of the investi- 

gation held in February last, in Quebec, by the special tribunal appointed to inquire into the com- 
plaint laid by Lt.-Colonel Evanturel, commander of the 9th regiment of the active militia, against 
Major Ouellet, of the said regiment. 2. Of the recommendation of the commandant of the 7th mili- 
tary district, to the effect that the said Lt.-Colonel Evanturel be continued for a second term in the 
command of the said 9th regiment. 3. Of all correspondence relating to the said second prolongation 
of the said Lt.-Colonel Evanturel's term of command or relating to the said investigation. Presented 

4th May, 1904 . —Mr. Caagrain Not printed . 

85a. Supplementary return to No. 85. Presented 15th June, 1904 Not printed. 

86. Return to an a/ldress of the House of Commons, dated 28th March, 1904, for copies of all letters, tele- 

grams, communications in writing and correspondence, between the government, or any department 
of the government, or any minister, deputy ministers, officers or other persons acting for the govern- 
ment, and the Vancouver Engineering Works, Limited, or any official or oth'er person acting for the 

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said company, respecting the enlargement of dry dock facilities on the Pacific coast. 2. All letters, 
telegrams,- communications in writnig, and correspondence between the government, or any depart- 
ment of the government, especially the department of pnblic works, and the department of marine 
and fisheries, and N. Thompson & Company, or any member of that firm, I). G. McDonell, F. Bur- 
nett, R. Kelly, R. G. McPherson, and C. G. Johnson, or either of them, respecting the enlargement 
of dry dock facilities on tlie Pacific coast. 3. All letters, telegrams, communications in writing, and 
correspondence between the government, or any department of the government, or any officer acting 
or purporting to act for the government, and any persons whomsoever, respecting the enlargement 
of the dry dock facilities on the Pacific coast, or the establishment of a dry dock, or dry docks, on 
that coast. 4. All orders in council and other documents whatsoever resi)ecting the matters afore- 
said, or any of them. Presented 4th May, lf)()4.— iV/r. Haggart Not printed. 

87. (1). Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 28th March, 1904, for copies of all reports, 

opinion, letters, and correspondence, written, sent, given or transmitted to the government, or any 
department or any minister, by P. V. Savard, Esq., from tlie date of his appointment, 14th May, 
1903, (See Hanmrd, unrevised, 1904, page 2.S5) to the 10th March, 1904, in relation to the investiga- 
tion held or made by the said P. V. Savard, Esq., into the question as to how the local government 
of Quebec acquired the Mingan Seigniory, and what title to the property existed in the province 
prior to its conveyance to the Labrador Company (See Hansard, 1904, unrevised, page 230). Pre- 
sented 5th May, 1904. — Mr. Casgrain Not printed . 

S7. (2). Return to an address of the House of Commons, dated 17th March, 1904, for copies of all orders 
in council, ministerial orders, or other documents appointing" Mr. P. V. Savard, advocate, formerly 
a member of this house, to a position under the government, during the course of the years 1902, 

1903, or 1904 ; of all correspondence relating to such appointment ; and of all detailed accounts, 
memoranda, etc., for salary and fees as well for travelling expenses and all other expenses presented 
by the said P. V. Savard ; and statements showing how much has been claimed by the said P. V. 
Savard, for such salary and expenses, and how much has been paid to him. Presented 5th May. 

1904. —Mr. Taylor Not printed . 

88. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 25th AjjfII, 1904, giving names of all delegates 

sent by the government from Canada to Great Britain and Ireland, or any European country, during 
the year 1903 ; with the amount ])aid to each delegate by way of salary and expenses ; and the 
nature of the duties performed by each delegate ; giving districts where those duties were performed. 
Presented 6th May, 1904.— 3/r. Roche (Marquette).. Not printed. 

89. Return to address of the House of Commons, dated 24th March, 1904, for copies of all contracts 

entered into between the government of Canada and any corporation, company or person, during 
the past five years for the carriage of mails between any port oi' ports on the St. Lawrence and the 
United Kingdom ; and copies of all such contracts for the carriage of mails, dxiring the period afore- 
said, between any port or ports in Nova Scotia or New Brunswick and the United Kingdom. Pre- 
sented 9th May, 1904. —Mr. Haggart Not printed. 

90. Return to an address of the House of Connnons, dated 25th April, 1904, for copies of orders in council, 

departmental orders, or letters, defining the respective duties of the chief engineer of the department 
of marine and fisheries, and of the Commissioner of Lights. Presented 10th May, 1904. — Mr. 
Lancaster Not printed. 

91. Return to an address of the House of Commons, dated 9th May, 1904, for copies of all orders in 

council, patents, deeds, do3uments, correspondence and papers, passed, executed, signed, delivered, 
sent or received, since the first of July, 1903, in connection with the grant of any land in the city of 
Quebec to the Ross Rifle Factory Company, or Sir Charles Ross, or any person or persons on behalf 
of or acting for the said Sir Charles Ross or the said company. Presented 26th May, 1904. — Mr. 
Bell Not printed. 

92. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 9th May, 1904, for a statement showing in detail 

the quantity of vegetables and fruits imported from the United States and entered at the ports of 
Montreal and Toronto, during the years 1902 and 1903, resjjectively ; as well as of the amount of 
duties collected by the government during the said two years at each one of said ports, and indioat- 
ing separately the quantities and amounts for the first six months in each year. Presented 26th 
May, 19IJ4. —Mr. Monk Not printed. 

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93. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 9th May, 1904, for copies of all correspondence, 

letters, telegi-anis, petitions or other documents, from January 1st, 1901, to the present time, in con- 
nection with or in relation tO the dismissal of E. A. Nash, formerlj- Dcmiinion lands agent at 
Kamloops, B.C. ; and all correspondence, letters, telegrams or other documents m relation to his 
application for superannuation. Presented 26th May, 1904.— J/r. Tai/lor Not printed. 

94. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 9th May, 1904, for a copy of tlie report of Blaise 

Dugas, who was sent to Belgium in connection with increasing the facilities of the tobacco trade 
with that country, during the year 1902. Presented 27th May, 1904. — Mr. Monk A ot printed. 

95. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 9th May, 1904, showing : 1. The total expendi- 

ture in connection with the cheese-cooling rooms at Brockville and Woodstock, Ontario, up to the 
first of March, 1904, detailed as foUows : 2. The cost of site for curing room. 3. The cost of con- 
struction of V)uildings. 4. The cost of machinerj% fittings, etc. 5. The cost of cheese purchased. 
6. The cost of hauling cheese. 7. The salaries of officials, labour, travelling expenses, etc. 8. The cost 
of cheese boxes, chemicals, light, telephone, cold storage, freight, and all other incidentals. 9. The 
amount received for sale of cheese . 10. The amount received for curing cheese. Presented 27th 
May, 1904.— .lifr. Taylor JVot printed. 

95a. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 9th May, 1904, showing : 1. The total expendi- 
ture in connection with the cheese-cooling room at St. Hyacinthe, Quebec, up to the first of March, 
1904, detailed as follows : 2. The cost of site for curing room. 3. The cost of construction of build- 
ings. 4. The cost of machinery, fittings, etc. 5. The cost of cheese purchased. 6. The cost of hauling 
cheese. 7. The salaries of officials, labour, travelling expenses, etc. 8. The cost of cheese boxes, chemi- 
cals, light, telephone, cold storage, freight, and all other incidentals. 9. The amount received for 
sale of cheese. 10. The amount received for curing cheese. Presented 27th May, 1904. — Air. 
Taylor Not printed. 

95b. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 9th May, 1904, showing : 1. The total expendi- 
ture in connection with the cheese-cooling room in Cowansville, Quebec, up to the first of March, 
1904, detailed as follows : 2. The cost of site of curing-room. 3. The cost of construction of build- 
ings. 4. The cost of machinery, fittings, etc. 5. The cost of cheese purchased. 6. The cost of hauling 
cheese. 7. The salaries of officials, labour, travelling expenses, etc. 8. The cost of cheese boxes, chemi- 
cals, light, telephone, cold storage, freight, and all other incidentals. 9. The amount received for 
sale of cheese. 10. The amount received for curing cheese. Presented 27th May, 1904. — Mr. Taylor. 

Not printed. 

96. Return to an address of the House of Commons, dated 17th March, 1904, for copies of all correspon- 

dence respecting the sale, lease or rental of the Garrison Common to the city of Toronto, oi to any 
private parties ; and also as to the acquirement of the land to be used by the permanent military 
forces; together with all orders in council disposing of said Ganison Common, and acquiring the 
lands to be used for military purposes. Presented 30th May, 1904. — Mr. Clarke Not printed. 

97. Return to an address of the House of Commons, dated 28th March, 1904, for copies of all orders of 

council, and of all other documents and corresix)ndence relating to the appointment of a commis- 
sioner to investigate the condition of the lobster and other Atlantic coast fisheries ; likewise of the 
instructions given regarding that subject ; also the reports that may have been made thereon. Pre- 
sented 30th May, IdOL— Mr. Uanong Not printed. 

98. Return to an address of the House of Commons, dated 9th May, 1904, for copies of all correspondence 

representations, minutes, or orders in council, appointments, instructions, papers and writings, in 
reference to, or in connection with, railway cattle-guards ; or in reference to, or in connection with, 
the selection or api)ointment of the cattle-guard commission, and the members thereof ; and their 
actions and proceedings, including the retirement of Mr. Robertson, and the appointment of Mr. F. 
W. Holt, C.E., as sole commissioner ; and his instructions and subsequent proceedings ; and includ- 
ing all interim, partial and final reports by the original or subsequent commission, between the date 
of the report of railway committee of the session of 1902 on the Lancaster Bill No. 3, of that session, 
and this date. Presented 30th May, 1904.— Jt/r. Clare Not printed. 

99. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 28th March, 1904, of the judgment and decision 

of the board of railway commissioners in the application of the towns of Port Arthur and Fort 
William for telephonic communication with stations and premises of the Canadian Pacific Railway. 
Presented 30th May, 1904.— il/r. Sproule Not printed. 

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100. Return to an order of th«- House of Commons, dated l)th May, 1904, for copies of all letters, 
correspondence, memorials, petitions and documents, in the possession of the Government, relating to 
the employment, or requesting the emplopnient, by the Grand Trunk Railway Company, or by the 
Grand Trunk Pacific Railway Company, of British subjects as engineers in the surveying and con- 
struction of the proposed National Transcontinental Railway ; and generally, all correspondence and 
documents in the possession of the government, in any way complaining of, or protesting against, 
the employment of aliens as engineers in i-ailway surveying or construction on the line of the proposed 
National Transcontinental Railwcay. Presented 30th May, 1904.— iVfr. T(u/Ior Not printed. 

101. Return to an order of the House of Commons dated 9th May, 1904, for copies of all correspondence 
between the post office department any any person, or persons, referring to the change in post- 
masters in charge of the post office at Irena, in the township of Matilda, in the county of Dundas. 
Presented 31st May, 1904.- Mr. Taylor '. Not printed. 

102. Copy of the order in council appointing His Honour Judge Winchester, commissioner, to ascertain 
the names, nationality, natui'e and time of employment, remuneration and actual bona fide residence 
at the time of employme»t, of each person heretofore or at present employed in connection with the 
surveys of the proposed Grand Trunk Pacific Railway ; and also as to the names of all the Canadians 
or bona fide residents of Canada, who liave made application for such employment, the nature of the 
employment applied for, and the result of such application, etc. Presented 31st May, 1904, by Sir 
William Mulock Not printed. 

103. Return of application for registration, under tlie provisions of cliaptcr 131 (R.S.C.) intituled : 
"An Act respecting Trade Unions." Presented 1st June, 1904, by Hon. W. S. P'ielding. 

Not printed. 

104. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 25th April, 1904, giving details witli regard to 
the actual cost of construction of the Belfast and Murray Harbour branches of the Prince Edward 
Island Railway between Southport and Murray River, as follows: Miles clearing, and cost per 
mile, miles close cutting, and cost per mile ; miles grubbing, and cost per mile ; cubic yards solid 
rock excavated, rate per yard, and cost per mile ; ditching rate per yard, and cost per mile ; cubic 
yards borrowed, i-ate per yard and cost per mile ; public crossings, cost per mile ; farm crossings, 
cost per mile; ballast, cost per mile; fencing, ajst per mile; rail fastenings, cost jier mile ; beam 
culverts, cost per mile ; length of sidings in feet, and cost of same ; stations, where placed, and cost 
of each ; miles of track-laying, and cost per mile ; three-foot iron pipes, how many, and cost per 
mile ; eighteen-inch vitrified clay pipes, and cost per mile ; steel trestles, length of same, and cost 
per mile ; total cost of work to date ; description and size of engine-house and turn-table ; also 
capacity of water-tank, and where situated. Presented 6th June, 1904. — Mr. Hackett. . .Not printed. 

104a. Return to an address of the Senate, dated 31st May, 1904, giving statements in detail of the expen- 
ditures on Hillsborough Bridge and Muiray Harbour Branch Railway, Prince Edward Island, con- 
tained in an amount of .§1,492,525.47 .stated by the minister of finance in the House of Commons on 
the 30th of September, 1903, to have been expei.ded on these two works up to the 30th .June, 1903. 
And also similar statements regarding any other expenditures, if any, up to the la.st mentioned date, 
on these works, not included in the amoimt so stated by the Finance Minster : 1 Expenditure on 
Murray Harbour Bi-anch Railway for— (a) Surveys. (6) Legal expenses, names of persons to whom 
paid, and amount of each, (c) Land damages, names of persons to whom paid, and amount of each. 
{d) Grading and blasting, (c) Track-laying. (/) Fencing, ((j) Equipment, (h) Any other expen- 
diture, if any, not included in these headings, to make up the total expenditure up to June 30, 1903. 
2. Expenditure on Hillsborough Bridge for — («) Surveys, (b) Legal expenses, to whom paid, and 
amount to each, (o) Approaches, including land damages, to whom paid, and amount to each, (d) 
Substructures, (e) Superstructures. {/ Track-laying for railway and general traffic, (j^) Any other 
expenditures, if any, for the same period, not included under above headings. 3. A detailed state- 
ment, as above, showing the expenditure, up to the date of the passing of this address, of the whole 
or part of the amount of $1,230,000 voted for the said bridge and railway for the current year. 4. A 
detailed statement, as in Nos. 1 and 2, showing the estimated application of any part of the said 
§1,230,000, voted last session for the said railway and bridge and unexpended at the date of the pass- 
ing of this address. Statements regarding railway and bridge to be given separately. Presented 
26th July, 904.— ^ori. Sir Alackenzie Boioell Not pirinted. 

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1046. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 30th May, 1904, giving a statement in detail 
of the exijenditures on Hillsborough Bridge, Prince Edward Island, and Murray Harbour Branch 
Railway, Prince Edward Island, contained in an amount of §1,492,525.47, stated by the minister of 
finance, in Hansard of 1903, page 12829, to have been exjjended on these two works up to 30th June, 
1903 : Expenditure on Murray Harbour Branch : («) surveys; (h) legal expenses, names of persons 
to whom paid, and amount to each ; (<•) land damages, names of persons to whom paid, and amount 
to each ; {<!) grading and ballasting ; {(■) track-laying ; (/) fencing ; (y) equipment ; and any other 
expenditure under other headings to make up the total expenditure to .June 30th, 1903. Expendi- 
ture on Hillsborough Bridge : (a) surveys ; (h) coot of approaches, giving land damages, and to 
whom jjaid ; (c) cost of subtructures ; (d) cost of suj >erstructures ; (e) legal expenses, to whom paid 
and amount to each. And also a detailed statement as above, showing the application of the sum of 
81,230,000. mentioned by the minister of finance in Hansard, 1903, page 12829, to be expended ; 
statements on railway and bridge separatelj'. Presented 4th August, 1904. — Mr. Lefurgey. 

Not printed. 

105. Return to an address of the House of Commons, dated 9th May, 1904, for copies of all orders in 
council, documents, correspondence exchanged between the government, or any of the ministers, and 
any persons, regarding the Indian re.serve establi.shed by 14 and 15 Victoria, chapter 106, in favour 
of the Iroquois Indians of Sault St. Loui.s and of the Lake of Two Mountains, and the exchange of 
that reserve for any other one or for any sum of money in favour of the said Indians. Presented 
10th June, 1904. — Mr. Leonard Not printed. 

106. Return to an address of the Senate, dated 25th April, 1904, showing the earnings and expenses of 
operating the Pacific cable since its opening for business : 1. The number of words transmitted 
each way, distinguishing ordinary messages from government and press messages. 2. The gross 
earnings each month. 3. The total expenses incurred each month — (a) in rejjairs ; (6) in mainten- 
ance; (c) in interest ; (d) in sinking fund ; (e) in salaries. Together mth cojnes of all correspond- 
ence relating to any difficulties which maj' have arisen in Australia in connection with the working 
and operation of said Pacific cable. Presented (Senate) 20th May, 1904. — Hon. Sir Mackenzie Bmoell. 

Not printed. 

107. Return to an address of the Senate, dated- 21.st April, 1904, for copies of all correspondence and 
recommendations which led to the appointment of J. B. .Jackson to the position of commercial 
agent to Leeds and Hull, England, at a salary of three thousand dollars per annum, and office 
and contingent expenses. Presented (Senate) 20th May, 1904. — Hon. Sir Mackenzie Bowell. 

Not printed 

10*". Return to an address of the Senate, dated 1st June, 1904, for a copy of the renommendation 
made to the executive council upon which an order was passed appointing J. B. Jackson a com- 
mercial agent in England, together with a copy of said order authorizing said appointment. 
Pre.sented (Senate) 7th June, 1904. — Hon. Sir Mackenzie Bowell Not printed. 

108. Return to an address of the Senate, dated 20th April, 1904, of copies of geological or other reixirts in 
the hands of the government, Vjearing upon the question of coal or other fuel supply in the provinces 
of (Quebec, Ontario, or Manitoba, with the view of devising some measure of relief from our 
jiresent position. Presented (Senate) 20th May, 1904. — Hon. Mr. McMuUcn Not printed . 

109. Return to an address of the Senate, dated 14th April, 1904, showing : 1. Imports of aluminum 
in pigs or ingots into Canada. 2. Aluminum metal manufactured in any form. 3. Oxide o 
aluminum. 4. Alumina. 5. Quantities by weight values. 6. Countries imixjrted from, and ports 
of entry in Canada, and what countries the production of. 7. Exports of aluminum in pigs or 
ingots. 8. Aluminum metal manufactured in any form. 9. What countries exported to, and ports 
of shipment in Canada. 10. Quantities by weight values. 11. For the years 1901, 1902, and 1903. 
Presented (Senate) 20th May, 1904. —Hon. Mr. DomviUe Not printed . 

HO. Return to an addre.ss of the Senate, dated 8th October, 1903, for a statement showing the 
amount of premiums of insurance against fire which have been paid each j'ear in the city of 
Montreal during the last ten years, up to the 1st of July last, and also showing the amounts paid 
each year at Montreal during the same period by insurance companies to holders of policies, and also 
the names of these companies. Presented (Senate) 22nd A|)ril, 1904. — Hoyi. Mr. David. 

Not printed. 

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CONTENTS OF VOLUME IH—Contwued. 

111. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 25th April, 1904, showing the number of liquor 
permits issued for the Yukon Territory since the date ot the last return ; the names of parties to 
whom said permits were issued ; the quantities of liquor covered by each permit ; the names of all 
parties to whom said i)ermits were assigned (if assigned) by the original i)ermit-holder. Presented 
9th June, 1904. — Mr. Lancaster Not printed. 

112. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 30th May, 1904, for copies of the letters of 
of resignation of the following officers of the 9th regiment of the active militia, addressed to Lt.- 
Colonel Evanturel : Majors Routhier and Ouellet ; Captains Chabot, Belleau, Matte, Dessaint, P. 
T. Trudel and J. R. Trudel ; Lieutenants Edm. Trudel, J. A. Beaulieu, F. H. Halle and A. 
Grenier ; and all correspondence between these officers and the depai-tment of militia regarding the 
said resignations. Presented 15th June, 1904.— Mr. Casgrain .Not printed. 

113. Copies of the order in council appointing Major General, the Earl Dundonald, to tlie command of 
the Canadian militia, 20th May, 1902, and the order in council relieving from the command of the 
Canadian militia, 14th .June, 1904, and also correspondence and other papers connected therewith. 
Presented 15th .Tune, 1904, by Sir Wilfrid Laiirier. Further correspondence presented IGth June, 
1904, by Hon. W. S. Fielding. Also on 22nd June, 1904, by Hon. S. A. Fisher. 

Printed for both distribution and sessional ptapjcrs. 
1 13«. Further papers in connection with the removal of Major General the Earl of Dundonald from the 
command of the Canadian militia. Presented 29th June, 1904, by Sir Frederick B(jrdeu. 

Printed for both distribution and sessional papers. 

114. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 1st June, 1904, for a copy of all statements, 
documents and papers showing how much the government has received annually from the Quebec 
Central Railway Company from 1896 to 31st December, 1903 : (a) for the passage of its trains over 
the Intercolonial from Harlaka to Levis ; (b) for the storage of its freight ; (o) for water supplies ; 
{d) for any other services. Presented IPth June, 19o4. — Mr. Morin Not printed. 

115. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 1st June, 1904, for copies of all correspondence 
exchanged between the department of finance and the town of Westmount, concerning the pur- 
chase of debentures of the Montreal Turnpike Trust. Presented 17th .Tune, 1904. —Mr. Rivet. 

Not printed. 

116. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 1st June, 1904, for a capy of all correspondence 
between the post office authorities and Henry Goodrick, of Mount Royal Vale, in reference to his 
resignation as a post office employee. Presented 17th June, 1904. — Mr. Monk Not printed. 

117. Report from the office of the geographer of the department of the interior, relating to surveys 
made on thie Grand Trunk Pacific Railway line. Presented (Senate) 17th June, 1904, by Hon. R. 
W. Scott Not printed. 

118. Return to an address of the Senate dated 31st May, 1904, of all geological and other expert reports 
in the hands of the government showing the existence of petroleum at Athabaska Landing and ad- 
joining districts ; also, the names of the districts in which crude oil has been discovered, with quan- 
tities produced in 1902 and 1903 by districts, together with the total quantity for Canada. Pre- 
sented (Senate) 17th .Tune, 190.4 — Hon. Mr. Poiricr Not jorintcd. 

119. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 6th .June, 1904, for copies of the evidence 
taken at an investigation held into the conduct of the postmaster at Matane, P.Q., in June, 1903 ; 
of the report of the investigating officer, and all correspondence, documents and papers, in relation 
to the said investigation. Presented 20th .June, 1904. — Mr. Casgrain Not printed. 

1 20. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 30th May, 1904, of the correspondence between 
Dr. Rutherford, chief veterinary inspector, and Dr. Gerrow, and between the latter and John 
Campbell, Esq., of Fair view Farm, Mariposa, Woodville P.O., in relation to the shipment of sheep 
to the LTnited States, and the quarantine therein ;*as well as in relation to the claim made by Mr. 
Campbell for repayment of express charges connected therewith. Presented 22: d June, 1904. 

Mr. Hughes (Victoria) Not printed. 

121. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 30th May, 1904, for copies of all corresixindence 

between the government and any of its officials and the secretary of the provincial board of health of 
Manitoba, relating to matters of quarantine, or to restrict the spread of infectious diseases, since 
January the 1st, 1902. Presented 22nd June, 1904. —Jl/r. Roche ^Marquette.) Not prinjed. 

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CONTENTS OF VOLUME IZ— Continued. 

1 22. Return to on order of the House of Commons, dated 13th June, 1904, for co]jies of all deeds, papers, 
documents, corres£X)ndence, etc., now existing' in any department, and filed since the 15th of Septem- 
ber, 1903, in relation to the contract executed in the course of last session, for the establishment of a 
line of steamers between Canada and France, and to the subsidy payable for the said purpose, or to 
any matter or subject connected with the said contract and the said subsidy ; and also a copy of 
contract between the government and Mr. Colombier. Presented 28th June, 1904. — Mr. Casgrain. 

Not printed. 

123. Return of an order of the House of Commons, dated 30th May, 1904, for copies of all petitions, 
memorials, letters and other correspondence, between certain fishermen and any other party or 
parties, relating to any of the subject-matters contained in an official letter of the honourable 
ministei of marine and fisheries, dated the 22nd of April, 1904, with regai'd to the authorization of 
the new lobster-canning licenses on the eastern coast of Prince Edward Island. Presented 28th 
•Tune, 1904. — Mr. Lafurgey Not printed. 

124 (1.) Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 13th June, 1904, for copies of all correspon- 
dence with and by the government, or anj' department thereof, or with the officials of any depart- 
ment of the goverimient, relating to ap|ilications for employment on the surveys of the proposed 
railway companj- of Canada, or the Grand Trunk Pacific Railway Con.pany, in lelation to such 
applications, since the 30th May ult., up to date. Presented 28th June, 1904. — Mr. Clarke. 

Not printed. 

124 (2.) Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated loth June, 1904, for copies of additional 
correspondence since the last order of the house, in the matter of the emj^loyment of engineers in 
railway surveying or construction on the line of the proposed National Transcontinental Railway 
Presented 28th June, 1904. — Mr. Borden (Halifax.) Not printed. 

125. Protocol of the conference at Washington in May, 1898, preliminary to the appointment of a joint 
commission for the adjustment of questions at issue between the United States and Great Britain in 
respect to the relations of the former with the Dominion of Canada. Presented 29th June, 1904, by 
Sir Wilfrid Laurier Printed for sessional papers. 

126. Copy of a report of the committee of the honourable the privy council, approved by His Excellency 
the Governor General on the 22nd of June, 1904, rescinding the order in council oi the 21st April, 
1902, granting certain powers and priveleges to Malcolm H. Orr-Ewing, A. N. C. Treadgold and 
Walter Barwick. Presented 30th June, 1904, by Hon. C. Sifton Not printed. 

127. Cases in the Privy Council on Appeal from the Supreme Court of Canada re representation in the 
House of Commons of certain Provinces of the Dominion : Between the Attorney General for the 
Province of New Brunswick, Appellant, and Attorney General for the Dominion of Canada, 
Respondent ; and between the Attorney General for the Province of Prince Edward Island, 
Appellant, and Attorney General for the Dominion of Canada, Respondent. Presented 4th July, 
1904, by Hon. C. Fitzpatrick Printed for sessional papers. 

128. Partial return to an order of the House of Commons dated 20th June, 1904, for copies of (o) all re- 
|)orts, correspondence, statements, accounts and papers, relating to seizures of binder twine since 
the 1st of January, 1902, and to prosecutions in respect of the charges ; (b) the correspondence and 
papers between the several departments relating to all and every such seizure and to the prosecution; 
of the charges ; (c) all instructions given to any i>erson or persons in relation to such seizures or 
or prosecutions ; (d) the names, occupations and places of residence of all per.sons employed by or 
acting on behalf of the government, in relation to each of such seizures, or to the prosecution of the 
charges ; (e) a statement of all expenses, charges or fees jiaid to or claimed bj' any person or iiersons, 
in connection with such seizures or prosecutions ; and the pajjers connected with such payments and 
claims. Presented 6th July, 1904 — Mr. Clqjici/.. Not printed. 

128a. Supi)iementary return to No. 128. Presented 15th July, 1904. Not printed. 

129. Extracts from two reports of a committee of the honourable the privy council respecting a lease, etc., 
to Mr. Michael P. Davis, of Ottawa, of a certain lot of land at the Lower Sheiks Island Dam on the 
the Cornwall Canal. Presented 11th Julj', 1904, by Sir Wilfrid Laurier. . . Not printed. 

1 30. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 12th July, 1904, for copies of correspondence 
and other papers respecting the extension of the command of Lieutenant-Colonel R. W. Gregory, 
commanding officer of the 2nd Dragoons, his subsequent resignation, &c. Presented 12th July, 
1904, Sir Frederick Borden Not printed 

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CONTENTS OF VOLUME IS— Continued. 

130n. ftupplenientary return to No. 130. Presented 2nd August, 1904 Not printed. 

131. Orders in council passed since last session, submitted for tlie approval of parliament, in accordance 
with the provisions of section 5 of chapter 34 of the Statutes of Canada, 1002, intituled : "An Act 
furtlier to amend the Yukon Territory Act." Presented 12th July, 1904, by Hon. C. Sifton. 

Nat printed. 

132. Return to an address of the Senate, dated 14th .June, 1904, for a copy of all reports made since the 
opening of navigation to the department of the interior on the subject of the French steamer Le 
Malou, and more particularly a copy of the report of Doctor Potvin concerning this vessel. Pres- 
ented (Senate) 12tli .July, 1904— ^om. 3fr. Landry Not printed. 

133. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 20th June, 1904, for copies of all correspondence 
between any department of the government of Manitoba and any department of the government of 
of the Dominion, relating to the acquisition, selection or survey of 2.56,000 acres of land, earned by 
the former Winnipeg and Hudson's Bay Railway Company, now the Canadian Northern Railway 
Company, and to which the government of the province of Manitoba is entitled. Presented 13th 
July, 1904.— il/r. Stewart Not printed. 

134. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 30th May, 1904, for copies of all correspondence, 
accounts and statements showing the cost of the buildings at Mabou, and at other points, which are 
used in connection with the creamery at Mabou, C.B.; the cost of the machinery, and the rental 
paid by the government ; the salaries paid by the government ; the iirice paid for milk and cream by 
the government ; the quantity of butter n\anufactured in each year ; the cost per pound of butter in 
each year ; the price at which such butter has been sold each year ; the government charge for manu- 
facturing and marketing. Presented 13th July, 1904. — Mr. Bell Not printed. 

135. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 30th May, 1904, showing the number of pounds 
of butter and cheese which have been manufactured at the Dominion Dairy Station at Nappan, N.S., 
in each of the last three years. Also fof a statement showing the cost of such cheese and butter in 
each year ; giving the items which enter into such total cost, and also showing the cost of manufacture 
and the cost of marketing per pound, by years. Presented 13th July, 1904. — Mr. Bell. .Not printed. 

1 36. Return of an order of the House of Commons, dated 30th May, 1904, giving the number of chicken- 
fattening stations in operation in Prince Edward Island in the years, 1900, 1901, 1902, 1903, respec- 
tively, giving the locations of each, and the names of manager of each, for the respective years ; the 
expenditure in each of these stations for the years named, and the refunds made from the sale of 
poultry, &c., stating separately the refund from each for the different years. Presented 13th July, 
1904. — Mr. Lejurgcy Not printed. 

137. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 25 t^i April, 1904, for copies of all letters and 
other correspondence, between the board of trade of Alberton, Prince County, Prince Edward Island, 
and any other party or parties, and the government, relative to the importing of a fishing population, 
the construction of patent driers, and the general encouragement of the [deep-sea fisheries on the 
north shore of Prince Edward Island. Presented 14th July, 1904.— ilfr. Hackett Not printed. 

138. Return to an order of the House .of Commons, dated 19th July, 1904, of copies of papers respecting 
the Canadian School of Musketry, Rockliffe, Ontario. Presented 19th July, 1904. — Sir Frederick' 
Borden liot printed 

139. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 13th June, 1904, for a copy of all correspon- 
dence between the government and any person, or persons, in reference to the granting of pensions to 
those of the Canadian South African contingents who were wounded or sufferd any disability in 
such service. Presented 22nd July, 1904. — Mr. Brodcr , Not printed. 

140. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 20th .June, 1904, for copies of all contracts for 
public works entered into by the government, which required the contractors to pay their workmen 
fair wages, in accordance with the fair-wage resolution agreed upon by parliament in the session of 
1900 ; also the amounts of money covered by these contracts. Presented 27th July, 1904. — Mr, 
Smith (Vancouver) Not printed. 

140a. Supplementary return to No. 140. Presented 3rd August, 1901 Not printed. 

141. Correspondence and papers respecting the Canada Eastern Railway Company. Presented 29th 
July, 1904, by Hon. H. R. Emmerson Not printed. 

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' CONTENTS OF VOLUME IH— Concluded. 

142. RHtmri u> :iii address of the House of Commons, dated 17th March, 1904, for copies of the coinmis- 
sion appointinof Mr. Justice Britton and other commissioners to inquire into the Treadgold and other 
concessions in the Yukon Territory ; and of all the evidence, exhibits, papers and documents pro- 
duced at the investigation held by the said commissioners, and of any report or reports made by the 
said commissioners. Presented 1st August, 1!I0-1. — Mr. Gasyrain. 

Printed for both distribution and sassional papers. 

143. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 30th May, 1904, for copies of all correspondence, 
documents and reixjrts, between the government and any partj' or parties, relative to the question 
of weighing dairy xjrcxiucts at the port of Montreal, or elsewhere in the Dominion of Canada ; as 
well as all documents, papers and letters connected with the commission appointed to investigate 
the same. Presented 4th August, 1904. — Mr. Pope Not printed. 

144. Return to an address of the House of Commons, dated 9th May, 1904, for copies of all correspon- 
dence between the government of British Colimibia, the canners' association, or any other person, 
and the minister of marine and fisheries, or anj- official of the government, relating to the granting 
of fish-trap licenses in British Columbia ; also any order iu council relating to the same. Presented 
6th August, 1904. —Mr Earle Not printed. 

145. Return to an address of the Senate, dated 14th July, 1904, for a statement indicating, year by year, 
from the year 1901, inclusive, up to this day, the detail of the ex{)enses incurred in the construction 
of the wharf at St. Alphonse of Ha '. Ha ! Bay. Presented (Senate) 8th August, 1904. — Hon. Mr. 
Lundry . Not printed. 

146. Return to an address of the Senate, dated 21st Jime, 1904, for : 1. A statement showing, in .so many 
distinct columns, the names, surnames, ages, occupations of each of the sailoi-s, from the commander 
down to the lowest cabin lx)y, who went to Germany, or who in Germany took service, on board of 
the Gauss, and who have come back to this country. 2. The number of years, months or day.s 
previously devoted to sea service by each of the sailors of J;he Gauss. 3. The names of all the signers 
of an alleged complaint supposed to have been addressed to the minister of marine. 4. A copy of 
such complaint and of every answer thereto, as well as of all correspondence relating thereto. 5. A 
copy of all correspondence relating to the purchase of the Gauss, and of the instructions given to 
Captain Bernier. 6. A copy of the log kept on board since the vessel has been placed under the 
command of Captain Bernier. Presented (Senate) 8th August, 1904. — Hon. Mr. Leindry..Not printed. 

147. Return to an address, of the Senate, dated 27th June, 1904, for copies of all correspondence relating 
to the purchase or building of ice-V)reakers for use on the St. Lawrence or other Canadian waters. 
Presented (Senate) 8th August, 1904. — Hon, Sir Mackenzie Bowell Not printed. 

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SESSIONAL PAPER No. 10 



A. 1904 



DOMINION OF CANADA 



REPORT 



DEPARTMENT OF TRADE AND COMMERCE 



FISCAL YEAR ENDED JUNE 30 



1903 



•fl 



CONTENTS: 

PART I— CANADIAN TRADE 
PART II.— FOREIGN TRADE 



PRINTED BY ORDER OF PARLIAMENT 




OTTAWA 

PRINTED BY S. E. DAWSON, PRINTER TO THE KINGS MOST 

EXCELLENT MAJESTY 

1904 
[No. 10—1904] 



3-4 EDWARD VII. SESSIONAL PAPER No. 10 A. 1904 



To His Excellency the Right Honourable Sir Gilbert John Elliot, Earl oj Minto and 
Viscount Melgund oJ Melgund, County of Forjar, in the Peerage o/ the United 
Kingdom, Baron Minto of Minto, County of Roxburglt, in the Peerage of Great 
Britain, Baronet of Nova Scotia, Kviight Grand Cross of Our Most Distinguished 
Order oJ Saint Michael and Saint George, &c., d&c, Governor General of Canada, 
&G., <kc. 

May it Please Your Excellency — 

The undersigned has the honour to present to Your Excellency the report of the 
Department of Trade and Commerce, for the fiscal year ended June 30, 1903, 



All of which is respectfully submitted. 



R. J. CARTWRIGHT, 

Minister of Trade and Commerce. 



Ottawa, February 1, 1904. 



10— a1 



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SESSIONAL PAPER No. 10 



A. 1904 



TABLE OF CONTENTS. 

Introduction.— 1. Report of Deputy Minister of Trade and Commerce. (Page XV.) 

2. British and Foreign Currencies, Weights and Measures differing from those of Canada 
and used in the Trade Reports of the respective countries named, with their equivalents 
in Canadian Legal Standards. (Page XXII.) 

PART I 

CANADIAN TRADE. 



Table No. 1 . —Statement of the Values of the Imports into and Exports from Canada, and of goods entered 
for consumption, distinguishing merchandise fron^ coin and bullion, with the customs 
duties collected during each fiscal year ended 30th June, 1868 to 1903, inclusive. (Page 2.) 

Tablk No. 2. — Statement (by Classes) of the Values of the Exports of Canada during the fiscal years 
ended 30th June, IBGB to 1903, inclusive. (Page 4.) 

Table No. 3. — Statement (by Classes) of the Values of the Exports of Canada (Home Produce) during 
the fiscal years ended 30th June, 1868 to 1903, showing in each case the portion sent to 
Great Britain, the United States and other countries. (Page 8.) 



Table No. 4. 



-Statement showing for Canada the average ad valor-em Rates of Duty collected on 
Imports for consumption Dutiable, and total ; also on Imports for consumption Dutiable, 
and total from Great Britain and the United States for each of the fiscal years ended 30th 
June, 1868 to 1903, inclusive. (Page 14.) 

Table No. 5. — Statement of the Values of Merchandise entered for consumption in Canada during the 
years 1868 to 1903, inclusive, showing in each case the Imports and Percentages of 
Imports from Great Britain and the United States, re.spectively. (Page 16.) 

Table No. 6.— Statement of the Values of Merchandise Exported from Canada during the years 1868 to 
1903, inclusive, showing in each case the Exports and Percentages of Exports to Great 
Britain and the United States, respectively. (Page 18.) 

7. —Statement, by Countries, of the Values of Goods Imported for Home Consumption into 
the Dominion of Canada during the fiscal years ended 30th June, 1899 to 1903, inclusive. 
(Page 20.) 

8. — Statement, by Countries, of the Values of Goods Imported into the Dominion of Canada 
during the fiscal years ended 30th June, 1899 to 1903, inclusive. (Page 22.) 

9. —Statement, by Countries, of the Values of Goods Exported from the Dominion of Canada, 
during the fiscal years ended 30th June, 1899 to 1903, inclusive. (Page 24.) 

10.— Statement, by Countries,of the Aggregate Trade of the Dominion of Canada during the 
fiscal years ended 30th June, 1899 to 1903, inclusive. (Page 26.) 



Table No. 

Table No. 
Table No. 
Table No. 
Table No. 



11. — Itemized Statement showing the Values of all Imports and Exports into and from Canada 
in each fiscal year from 1899 to 1903, and the Quantities and Values of all Goods entered 
for Consumption, with the Amounts of Duties collected thereon, for the fiscal years ended 
30th June, 1902 and 1903. (Page 28.) 

Table No. 12.— Itemized Statement showing Quantities and Values of Merchandise Exported (Home 
Produce only) from the Dominion of Canada during the fiscal years ended 30th June, 
1899 to 1903, inclusive. (Page 162.) 

Table No. 13. —Statement of the Quantities and Values of the Principal Articles of Merchandise Im- 
ported into Canada during the fiscal years ended 30th June, 1889 to 1903, inclusive. 
(Page 176.) 

Table No. 14. — Statement of the Quantities and Values of the Principal Articles of Merchandise Exported 
from Canada during the fiscal years ended 30th June, 1889 to 1903, inclusive. (Page 208 . ) 

Table No. 15.— Statement (by Countries) of the Values of the Principal Articles, both Dutiable and 
Free, Imported during each fiscal year from 1899 to 1903, inclusive. (Page 222.) 

Table No. 16.— Statement (by Countries) of the Values of the Principal Articles Exported during each 
fiscal year from 1899 to 1903, inclusive. (Page 263.) 



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Table No. 17. — Statement of the Values of the Principal and other Articles Entered for Consumption in 
Canada (both Dutiable and Free) during the years ended 30th June, 1899 to 1903 in- 
clusive, showing in each case the portion taken from Great Britain, the United States 
and all other countries. (Page 302.) 

Table No. 18. — Statement of the Values of the Principal and other Articles Exported from Canada (both 
Home and Foreign Produce) during the j'ears ended 30th June, 1899 to 1!'03, inclusive, 
showing in each case the jjortion sent to Great Britain, the United States and to all 
other countries. (Page 336.) 

Table Xo. 19. — Statement of the Quantities and Values of the principal articles of merchandise (home 
produce) ExiX)rted from Canada to Great Britain, the United States, other countries and 
totals, during the fiscal years ended 30th June, 1868 to 1903, inclusive. (Page 374.) 

(A. )— The Mine. (Page 374. ) 

(B.)— The Fisheries. (Page 384.) 

(C. )— The Forest. ( Page 396. ) 

(D.) — Animals and their produce. (Page 418.) 

(E.) — Agricultural Products. (Page 434.) 

(F.)— Manufactures. (Page 458.) 

(G.) — Miscellaneous. (Page 490.) 

(a) — Miscellaneous Articles. (Page 490.) 

(6) — Total Exports of Merchandise the Produce of Canada. (Page 490.) 

(c) — Estimated Short Reported. (Page 491.) 

{d) — Coin and Bullion. (Page 491.) 

(c)— Grand Total Exports the Produce of Canada. (Page 491.) 

Table No. 20. — Imports and Exports of Canada from and to each Principal Country of the British Empire 
and Foreign Countries during the years ended 30th June, 1899 to 1903. (Page 492.) 



British Empire.— 

Great Britain Imports 

M Exports 

British Australasia Imports 

,1 ,1 Exports 

II Africa Imports 

II II Exports 

II East Indies Imports 

M II .... Exports 

II Guiana Imports 

,1 Exports 

M West Indies Imports 

,, ,, , Exports 

Newfoundland Imports 

,, : . . . . Exports 

Foreign Countries.— 

American West Indies Imports 

,, „ Exports 

Argentine Republic Imports 

„ „ Exports 

Au.stria-Hungary Imports 

I, Exports 

Belgium Imports 

,, Exports 

Brazil Impfjrts 

„ Exports 

Central America States Imports 

I, ,1 .* Exports 

Chile . ... Imports 

, Exports 

China Imports 

I, Exports 

Cuba Imports 

II Exports 

Danish West Indies Imports 

II ,1 Exports 

Denmark Imj^orts 

II Exports 

Dutch East Indies Imports 

II I, Exports 

Dutch West Indies Imports 

.1 ,1 Exports 

France Imports 

M Exjwrts 

French Africa Imports 

Exports 

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Table No. 20.- 



-Imports and Exports of Canada from and to each Principal Country of the British Empire 
and Foreign Countries diu-ing the yeans ended .30th June, 1899 to 1903. (Page 492. ) 



Foreign Countries— C'oh. 

Hawaii Imports 

,, Exi)orts 

Hayti Exports 

Holland Imports 

,, Exports 

Italy Imports 

,, Exports 

Jai)an .... Imports 

,, Exports 

Mexico Imports 

,, Exports 

Norway and Sweden Imports 

,1 ,1 Exports 

Portugal Imports 

„ Exports 

Russia Imports 

,, Exports 

.Spain Imports 

11 Exports 

St. Pierre ... Imports 

11 Exports 

Switzerland . . . ... Imports 

ir Exports 

Turkey Imports 

II Exports 

United States Imports 

II Exports 

United States of Colombia Exports 

Uruguay Imports 

II Exports 

Venezuela Imports 

II Exports 



018.) 
619. ) 
620. ) 
021.) 
623.) 
625.^ 
628.) 
029.) 
032. ) 
034. ) 
035. ) 
(i37. ) 
639. ) 
041. ) 
043. ) 
044. ) 
045.) 
640. ) 
048.) 
049. ) 
050. ) 
653.) 
656. ) 
057.) 
659.) 
060.) 
090. ) 
097.) 
698.) 
699.) 
700.) 
701.) 



Imports under General and Prekerential Tariff. 
Tarle No. 21. —Statement by Countries, of the Values of Merchandise, Entered for Consumption in Canada 
under the General and Preferential Tariff during the years ended 30th June, 1899 to 
1903. (Page 702.) 



TONNAGE TABLES. 

Table No. 22. — Statement showing the Number and Tonnage of Sea-Going Vessels, Vessels (except 
Ferries) Trading on the Lakes and Rivers between Canada and the United States and 
Vessels employed in the Coasting Trade, which Arrived at and Departed from Canadian 
Ports during the years ended 30th .Tune, 1868 to 1903, inclusive. (Page 704.) 

Table No. 23. — Statement showing the Number and Tonnage of Sea-going Vessels, Vessels (except 
Ferries) Trading on the Lakes and Rivers between Canada and the United States, and 
Vessels employed in the Coasting Trade, distinguishing British from Foreign, which 
Arrived at and Departed from Canadian Ports during the years ended 30th Jiuie, 1868 to 
1903, inclusive. <Pa?e 700.) 

Table No. 24. — Statement showing the Number and Tonnage of Sea-going Vessels, Vessels (except 
Ferries) Trading on the Lakes and Rivers between Canada and the United States, nnd 
Vessels employed in the Coasting Trade, distinguishing Steam from Sail, which Arrived 
at and Departed from Canadian Ports during the years ended .30th Jime, 1868 to 1903, 
inclusive. (Page 708.) 

Table No. 25. — Statement showing the Number and Tonnage of Sea-going Vessels Entered at and Cleared 
from Canadian Ports in 1901, 1902 and 1903. (Page 710. ) 

Table No. 26. — Statement showing the Number and Tonnage of British (including Canadian) and Foreign 
Sea-going Vessels (both Steam and Sail) Entered at and Cleared from Canadian Ports in 
1901, 1902 and 1903. (Page 712.) 

Table No. 27. — Statement showing the Number and Tonnage of Sea-going Vessels (both Steam and Sail) 
Entered at and Cleared from the Principal Ports in Canada during the Fiscal Fears 
ended 30th June, 1901, 1902 and 1903. (Page 71-^) 

Table No. 28. -Statement showing the Number and Tonnage of Vessels (both Steam and Sail) Trading 
on the Lakes and Rivers between Canada and the United States, not including Ferries, 
which Arrived at and Departed from Canadian Ports in 1901, 1902 and 1903. (Page 718.) 

Table No, 29. — Statement showing the Number and Tonnage of Vessels (both Steam and Sail) Employed 
in the Coasting Trade of Canada, which Arrived at and Departed from Canadian Ports in 
1901, 1902 and 1903. (Page 720.) 



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Recapitulation Tonnage Tables. 

Table No. 30. —Statement showing the Number and Tonnage of Vessels, including those Employed on 
Inland Waters, which Arrived at and Departed from Canadian Ports in 1901, 1902 and 
1903. (Page 722.) ' 

INSPECTION OF STAPLE PRODUCTS. 

T\ble No. 31. — Statement showing Quantity of Wheat and other Grain inspected, and Fees collected on 
same for the Fiscal Year ended June 30, 1903. (Pa^e 724. ) 

T\BLE No. 32. — Statement showing Quantity of Hay inspected, and Fees collected on same for the Fiscal 
Year ended June 30, 1903. (Page 727.) 

T\BLE No. 33. — Statement showing Quantity of Fish and Fish Oils inspected, and Fees collected on same 
for the Fiscal Year ended June 30, 1903. (Page 727.) 

T\BLE Nf. 34. — Statement showing Quantity of Pot and Pearl Ashes inspected, and Fees collected on 
same for the Fiscal Year ended June 30, 1903. (Page 728. ) 

T\BLE No. .35. — Statement showing Quantity of Leather and Hides inspected, and Fees collected on same 
for the Fiscal Year ended June 30, 1903. (Page 728. ) 

CULLING OF LUMBER. 

Table No. 36. — Statement showing Quantity of Lumber Measured, Culled and Coimted at the Port of 
Quebec for the Fiscal Year ended June .30 1903. (Page 729.) 

MISCELLANEOUS TABLES. 

Table No. 37. —Statement showing the Quantity of Excise Goods manufactured and Entered for Con- 
sumption, also Revenue accrued thereon, and other Excise Revenue accrued in each fiscal 
year ended 30th .Tune from 1899 to 1903, and of the quantity remaining in warehouse at 
the end of the years named. (Page 730. ) 

Table No. 38.— Statement showing the Transactions under the Chinese Immigration Act to the 30th 
June, 19<J3. (Page 732.) 

Table No. 39.— Statement of Expenditure for the year ended 30th June, 1903. (Page 733) 



PART II. 

FOREIGN TRADE. 

Great Britain 

Value of the Total Imports and Exports of merchandise, from and to each Foreign Country and British 
Possession for years 1898 to 1902, mclusive. (Page 2.) 

Total Quantities and Values of the principal and other articles of foreign and colonial merchandise Im- 
ported during the years 1898 to 1902, inclusive. (Page 5. ) 

Total Quantities and Values of the principal and other articles, the produce and manufacture of the 
United Kingdom, Exported during the years 1898 to 1902, inclusive. (Page 14.) 

Total Quantities and Values of the principal and other articles of foreign and colonial merchandise Exported 
during the years 1898 to 1902, inclusive. (Page 20.) 

Statement of the Quantities and Values of the principal and other articles of merchandise Imported into 
Great Britain from Canada and the United States, respectively, during the years 1893 to 1902, 
inclusive. (Page 25. ) 

Statement of the Quantities and Values of the principal and other articles of merchandise (produce a«d 
manufacture of Great Britain,) Ex iwrted from (ireat Britain to Canada and the United States, re- 
spectively, during the years 1893 to 1902, inclusive. (Page 33.) 

Statement of the Quantities and Values of the principal and other articles of merchandise (foreign and 
colonial yjroduce). Exported from Great Britain to Canada and the United States, respectively, 
during the yeais 1893 to 1902, inclusive. (Page 40.) 

Barbados. 

Value of the Total Imports and Exj^rts from and to each Principal Country for the Years 1898 to 1902, 
inclusive (Including Coin and Bullion). (Page 47.) 



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Total Quantities and Values of the Principal Articles of Merchandise Imported for the Years 1898 to 
1902, inclusive. (Page 48.) 

Total Quantities and Values of the Principal Articles of Merchandise Exported for the Years 1898 to 
1902, inclusive. (Page 49.) 

BRITISH AUSTRALASIA. 

New South Wales. 

Value of the Total Imports and Exports from and to each Principal Country for the Years 1898 to 1902, 
inclusive (Including Coin and Bullion). (Page 50.) 

Total Quantities and Values of the Principal Articles of Merchandise Imported for the Years 1898 to 1902, 
inclusive. (Page 51.) 

Total Quantities and Values of the Principal Articles of Merchandise Exported for the Years 1898 to 1902, 
inclusive. (Page 54. ) 

New Zealand. 

Value of the Total Imports and Exports from and to each Principal Country for the Years 1898 to 1902, 
inclusive (Including Coin and Bullion). (Page 56.) 

Total Quantities and Values of the Principal Articles of Merchandise Imported for the Years 1898 to 1902, 
inclusive. (Page 57.) 

Total Quantities and Values of the Principal Articles of Merchandise Exported for the Years 1898 to 1902, 
inclusive. (Page 59.) 

Queensland. 

Value of the Total Imports and Exports from and to each Principal Country for the Years 1898 to 1902, 
inclu.sive (Including Coin and Bullion). (Page 60.) 

Total Quantities and Values of the Principal Articles of Merchandise Imi)orted for the Years 1898 to 1902. 
inclusive (Page 61.) 

Total Quantities and Values of the Principal Articles of Merchandise Exported for the Years 1898 to 1902, 
inclusive. (Page 63.) 

South Australia. 

(Exclusive of Northern Territory^) 

Value of the Total Imports and Exports from and to each Principal Country for the Years 1898 to 1902, 
inclusive (Including Coin and Bullion). (Page G4.) 

Total Quantities and Values of the Principal Articles of Merchandise Imported for the Years 1898 to 1902, 
inclusive. (Page 65.) 

Total Quantities and Values of the Principal Articles of Merchandise Exported for the Years 1898 to 1902, 
inclusi ve. ( Page 66. ) 

Tasmania. 

Value of the Total Imports and Exports from and to each Principal Country, for the Years 1898 to 1902, 
inclusive (Including Coin and Bullion). (Page 67.) 

Total Quantities and Values of the Principal Articles of Merchandise Imported for the Years 1898 to 1902, 
inclusive. (Page 68. ) 

Total Quantities and Values of the Principal Articles of Merchandise Exported for the Years 1898 to 1902, 
inclusive. (Page 69.) 

Victoria. 

Value of the Total Imports and Exports from and to each Principal Country for the Years 1898 to 1902, 
inclusive (Including Coin and Bullion). (Page 70.) 

Total Quantities and Values of the Principal Articles of Merchandise Imported for the Years 1898 to 1902, 
inclusive. (Page 72.) 

Total Quantities and Values of the Principal Articles of Merchandise Exported for the Years 1898 to 1902, 
inclusive. (Page 74.) 

Western Australia. 

Value of the Total Imports and Exports from and to each Principal Country for the Years 1898 to 1902, 
inclusive (Including Coin and Bullion). (Page 76.) 



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Total Quantities and Values of the Principal Articles of Merchandise Imported for the Years 1898 to 1902, 
inclusive. (Page 77.) 

Total Quantities and Values of the Principal Articles of Merchandise Exported for the Years 1898 to 1902, 
inclusive. (Page 78. ) 

British Guiaxa. 

Value of the Total Imports and Exports from and to each Principal Country for the Years ended olst 
March, 1899 to 1903, inclusive (Including Coin and Bullion). (Page 79.) 

Total Quantities and Values of the Principal Articles of Merchandise Imported for the Years ended 31st 
March, 1899 to 1903, inclusive. (Page 80.) 

Total Quantities and Values of the Principal Articles of Merchandise Exported for the Years ended 31st 
March, 1899 to 1903, inclusive. (Page 81.) 

Bkiti!sh India. 

Value of the Total Imports and Exports, by Sea, from and to each Principal Country for the Years ended 
31st March, 1899 to 1903, inclusive (Including Coin and Bullion). (Page 82.) 

Total Quantities and Values of the Principal Articles of Merchandise Imported, by Sea, for the Years 
ended 31st March, 1899 to 1903, inclusive. (Page 83.) 

Total Quantities and Values of the Principal Articles of Merchandise Exported, by Sea, for the Years 
ended 31st March, 1899 to 1903, inclusive. (Page 86.) 

Cape of Good Hope. 

Value of the Total Imports and Exports from and to each Principal Country for the Years 1898 to 1902, 
inclusive (Including Coin and Bullion). (Page 88.) 

Total Quantities and Values of the Principal Articles of Merchandise Imported for the Years 1898 to 1902, 
inclusive. (Page 89.) 

Total Quantities and Values of the Principal Articles of Merchandise Exported for the Years 1898 to 1902, 
inclusive. (Page 91.) 

Cetlon. 

Value of the Total Imports and Exports from and to each Principal Country for the Years 1898 to 1902, 
inclusive (Including Coin and Bullion). (Page 92.) 

Total (Quantities and Values of the Principal Articles of Merchandise Imported for the Years 1898 to 1902, 
inclusive. (Page 94. ) 

Total Quantities and Values of the Principal Articles of Merchandise Exported for the Years 1898 to 1902, 
inclusive. (Page 96.) 

Fiji. 

Value of the Total Imports and Exports from and to each Principal Country for the Years 1898 to 1902, 
inclusive. (Page 97.) 

Total Quantities and Values of the i'rincipal Articles of ^Merchandise Imported for the Years 1898 to 
1902, inclusive. (Paf/e98.) 

Total Quantities and Values of the Principal Articles of Merchandise Exported for the Years 1898 to 1902, 
inclusive. (Page 99.) 

Gold Coast. 

Value of the Total Imports and Exports from and to each Principal Country for the Years 1897 to 1901, 
inclusive. (Page 100.) 

Total Quantities and Values of the Principal Articles of Merchandise. Imported for the Years 1897 to 1901, 
inclusive. (Page 101. ) 

Total Quantities and Values of the Principal Articles of Merchandise Exported for the Years 1897 to 1901, 
inclusive. (Page 102.) 

Grenada. 

Value of the Total Imports and Exports from and to each Principal Country for the Years 1898 to 1902, 
inclusive (Including Coin and Bullion). (Page 103.) 

Total Quantities and Values of the Principal Articles of Merchandise Imported for the Years 1898 to 1902, 
inclusive. (Page 104.) 



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Total Quantities and Values of the Principal Articles of Merchandise Exported for the Years 1898 to 1902, 
inclusi ve. ( Page 105. ) 

Jamaica. 

Value of the Total Imports and Exports from and to each Principal Country for the Years ended 31st 
March, 1899 to 1903, inclusive, (Including Coin and Bullion). (Page 106.) 

Total Quantities and Values of tlie Principal Articles of Merchandise Imported for the Years ended 31st 
March, 1899 to 1903, inclusive. (Page 107.) 

Total Quantities and Values of the Principal Articles of Merchandise Exported for the Years ended 31st 
March, 1899 to 1903, inclusive. (Page 108.) 

Lagos. 

Value of the Total Imports and Exports from and to each Principal Country for the Years 1898 to 1902, 
inclusive (Including Coin and Bullion). (Page 109.) 

Total Quantities and Values of the Principal Articles of Merchandise Imported for the Years 1898 to 1902, 
inclusive. (Page 110.) 

Total Quantities and Values of the Principal Articles of Merchandise Exported for the~Years 1898 to 1902, 
inclusive. (Page 111.) 

Mauritius. 

Value of the Total Imports and Exports from and to each Principal Country for the Years 1898 to 1902, 
inclusive (Including Coin and Bullion). (Page 112.) 

Total Quantities and Values of the Princiiaal Articles of Merchandise Imported for the Years 1898 to 1902, 
inclusive. (Page 113.) 

Total Quantities and Values of the Principal i^rticles of Merchandise Exported for the Years 1898 to 1902, 
inclusive. (Page 114.) 

Natal. 

Value of the Total Imports and Exports from and to each Principal Country for the Years 1898 to 1902, 
inclusive. (Page il5. ) 

Total Quantities and Values of the Principal Articles of Merchandise Imported for the Years 1898 to 1902, 
inclusive. (Page 116.) 

Total Quantities and Values of the Principal Articles of Merchandise Exported for the Years 1898 to 1902, 
inclusive. (Page 117. ) 

Newfoundland (Including Labrador). 

Value of the Total Imports and Exports from and to each Principal Country for the Years ended 30th 
June, 1898 to 1902, inclusive (Including Coin and Bullion). (Page 118.) 

Total Quantities and Values of the Principal Articles of Merchandise Imported for the Years ended 30th 
June, 1898 to 1902, inclusive. (Page 119.) 

Total Quantities and Values of the Principal Articles of Merchandise Exported for the Years ended 30th 
June, 1898 to 1902, inclusive. (Page 120.) 

Sierra Ledne. 

Value of the Total Imports and Exports from and to each Principal Country for the Years 1898 to 1902, 
inclusive. (Page 121.) 

Straits Settlements. 

Value of the Total Imports and Exports from and to each Principal Country for the Years 1898 to 1902, 
inclusive (Including Coin and Bullion). (Page 122.) 

Trinidad. 

Value of the Total Imports and Exports from and to each Principal Country for the Years 1898 to 1902-3, 
inclusive (Including Coin and Bullion). (Page 12.3.) 

Total Quantities and Values of the Principal Articles of Merchandise Imported for the Years 1898 to 1902-3, 
inclusive. (Page 124.) 

Total Quantities and Values of the Principal Articles of Merchandise Exported for the Years 1898 to 1902-3, 
inclusive. (Page 126.) 

Argentine Republic. 

Value of the Total Imports and Exports from and to each Principal Coimtry for the Years 1897 to 1901» 
inclusive. (Page 127.) 



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Total Quantities and Values of the Principal Articles entered for Consumption (Merchandise only) for 
the Years 1897 to 1901, inclusive. (Page 128.) 

Total Quantities and Values of the Principal Articles of Domestic Produce Exported (Merchandise only) 
for the Years 1897 to 1901, inclusi\e. (Page 130.) 

Austria-Hungary. 

Value of the Total Imports for Home Consumption and Exports of Domestic Produce (Merchandise only) 
irom and to each Principal Country for the Years 1897 to 1901, inclusive. (Page 131.) 

Total Quantities and Values of the Principal Articles of Merchandise Imported for Consumption for the 
Years 1897 to 1901, inclusive. (Page 1.32.) 

Total Quantities and Values of the Principal Articles of Domestic Produce Exported (Merchandise only) 
for the Years 1897 to 1901, inclusive. (Page 134.) 

Belgium. 

Value of the Total Imports for Home Consumption and Exports of Domestic Produce from and to each 
Principal Country for the Years 1898 to 1902, inclusive. (Page 136.) 

Tutal Quantities and Values of the Principal Articles entered for Consumption (Merchandise only) for 
the Years 1898 to 1902, inclusive. (Page 137.) 

Total Quantities and Values of the Principal Articles of Domestic Produce Exported (Merchandise only) 
for the Years 1893 to 1902, inclusive. (Page 139. ) 

Chile. 

Value of the Total Imports for Consumption and Exports of Domestic Produce (Merchandise only) from 
and to each Principal Country for the Years 1898 to 1902, inclusive. (Including Coin and Bullion.) 
(Page 141.) 

Total Quantities and Values of the Principal Articles Imported for Consumption for the Years 1898 to 
to 1902, inclu.sive. (Page 142.) 

Total Quantities and Values of the Principal Articles of Domestic Produce Exported for the Years 1898 to 
1902, inclusive. (Page 1441) 

CUINA. 

Value of the Total Imports and Exijorts of Merchandise from and to each Principal Country for the Years 
1898 to 1902, inclusive. (Page 145.) 

TotaJ Quantities and Values of the Principal Articles entered for Consumption (Merchandise only) for the 
Years 1898 to 1902, inclusive. (Page 147.) 

Total Quantities and Values of the Principal Articles of Domestic Pi'oduce Exported (Merchandise only) 
for the Years 1898 to 1902, inclusive. (Page 149. ) 

Denmark 

Value of the Total Imports and Exports of Merchandise from and to each Principal Country for the Years 

1897 to 1901, inclusive. (Page 151. ) 

Total Quantities and Values of the Principal Articles Imported (Merchandise only) for the Years 1897 to 
1901, inclusive. (Page 152.) 

Total Quantities and Values of the Principal Articles Exported (Merchandise only) for the Years 1897 to 
1901, inclusive. (Page 154. ) 

France. 

Value of the Total Imports and Exi^rts from and to each Principal Country for the Years 1898 to 1902, 
inclusive. (Page 1.55.) 

Total Quantities and Values of the Princi])al Articles entered for Home Consumption (Merchandise only) 
for the Years 1898 to 1902, inclusive. (Page 156.) 

Total Quantities and Values of the Principal Articles of Domestic Produce Exported (Merchandise only) 
for the Years 1898 to 1902, inclusive. (Page 1.58. ) 

Germany. 

Value of the Total Imports and Exports of Merchandise from and to each Principal Country for the Years 

1898 to 1902, inclusive. (Page 100.) 

Total Quantities and Values of the Principal Articles entered for Consumption (Merchandise only) for the 
Years 1898 to 1902, inclusive. (Page 162.) 

Total Quantities and Values of the Principal Articles of Domestic Produce Exported (Merchandise only) 
for the Years 1898 to 1902, inclusive. (Page 164.) 



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Holland. 

Value of the Total Imports for Home Consumption and Exports of Domestic Produce from and to each 
Principal Country for the Years 1897 to 1901, inclusive. (Page lOli. ) 

Total Quantities and Values of the Principal Articles entered for Home Consumption (Merchandise only) 
for the Years 1897 to 1901, inclusive. (Page 168.) 

Total Quantities and Values of the Principal Articles of Domestic Produce Exported (Merchandise only) 
for the Years 1897 to 1901, inclusive. (Page 170.) 

Italy. 

Value of the Total Imports for Home Consumption and Exports of Domestic Produce (Merchandise and 
Silver Bullion) from and to each Principal Country for the Years 1898 to 1902, inclusive. (Page 172. ) 

Total Quantities and Values of the Principal Articles entered for Consumption (Merchandise and Silver 
Bullion) for the Years 1898 to 1902, inclusive. (Page 173.) 

Total Quantities and Values of the Principal Articles of Domestic Produce Exported (Merchandise and 
Silver Bullion) for the Years 1898 to 1902, inclusive. (Page 175, ) 

Japan. 

Value of the Total Imports and Exports of Merchandise from and to each Principal Country for the Years 
1898 to 1902, inclusive. (Page 177. ) 

Total Quantities and Values of the Principal Articles entered for Home Consumption (Merchandise only) 
for the Years 1898 to 1902, inclusive. (Page 178.) 

Total (Quantities and Values of the Principal Articles of Domestic Produce Exported (Merchandise only) 
for the Years 1898 to 1902, inclusive. (Page 182.) 

Norway. 

Value of the Total Imports and Exports of Merchandise from and to each Principal Country for the Years 
1897 to 1901, inclusive. (Page 185.) 

Total Quantities and Values of the Principal Articles Imported (Merchandise only) for the Years 1897 to 

1901, inclusive. (Page 186.) 

Total Quantities and Values of the Principal Articles of Domestic Produce Exported (Merchandise only) 
for the Years 1897 to 1901, inclusive. (Page i88.) 

Portugal. 

Value of the Total Imports for Consumption and Exports of Domestic Produce (Merchandise only) from 
and to each Principal Country for the Years 1897 to 1901, inclusive. (Page 190.) 

Total Quantities and Values of the Principal Articles of Merchandise Imported for Consumption for the 
Years 1897 to 1901, inclusive (Page 191.) 

Total Quantities and Values of the Principal Articles of Domestic Produce Exported (Merchandise only) 
for the Years 1897 to 1901, inclusive. (Page 192.) 

Spain. 

Value of Total Imjiorts and Exports from and to each Principal Country for the Years 1898 to 1902, 
inclusive (Including Coin and Bullion.) (Page 193.) 

Total Quantities and Values of the Principal Articles of Merchandise Imported for the Years 1898 to 

1902, mclusive. (Page 194.) 

Total Quantities and Values of the Principal Articles of Merchandise Exported for the Years 1898 to 
1902, inclusive. (Page 196. ) 

Sweden. 

Value of the Total Imports and Exports from and to each Principal Country for the Years 1897 to 1901, 
inclusive (Including Coin and Bullion.) (Page 197.) 

Total Quantities and Values of the Principal Articles Imported (Merchandise only) for the Years 1897 to 
1901, inclusive. (Page 198.) 

Total Quantities and Values of the Principal Articles Exported for the Years 1897 to 1901, inclusive. 
(Page 200.) 

Switzerland. 

Value of the Total Imports for Home Consumption and Exports of Domestic Produce from and to each 
Principal Country for the Years 1898 to 1902, inclusive (Including Coin and Bullion.) (Page 201.) 



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Total Quantities and Values of the Principal Ai-ticles entered for Consumption for the Years 1898 to 

1902, inclusive. (Page 202.) 

Total Quantities and Values of the Principal Articles of Domestic Produce Exported for the Years 1898 
to 1902, inclusive. (Page 204. ) 

UxiTED States. 

Total Imports and Exports from and to each Principal Country for the Years ended 30th June, 1899 to 

1903, inclusive. (Page 206.) 

Total Quantities and Values of the Principal Articles of Merchandise Imported for the Years ended 
30th June. 1899 to 1903, inclusive. (Page 209.) 

Total Quantities and Values of the Principal Articles of Domestic Produce (Merchandise only) Exported, 
for the Years ended 30th June, 1899 to 1903, inclusive. (Page 214. ) 

Uruguay. 

Values of the Total Imports for Consumption and Exports of Domestic Produce (Merchandise only) from 
and to each Principal Country for the Years 1898 to 1902, inclusive. (Page 219.) 

Total Quantities and Values of the Principal Articles of Merchandise Imported for Consumption for the 
Years 1898 to 1902, inclusive. (Page 220.) 

Total Quantities and Values of the Principal Articles of Domestic Produce Exported (Merchandise only) 
for the Years 1898 to 1902, inclusive. (Page 222.) 



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KEPORT OF THE DEPUTY MINISTER. 

The Right Honourable 

Sir Richard J. Cartwright, G.C.M.G., 

Minister of Trade and Commerce, 
Ottawa. 

Sir, — In submitting the Eleventh Annual Report (year ended June 30, 1903), it 
does not appear necessary to more than call attention thereto, as the figures speak for 
themselves and show continued prosperity and a large increase in the volume of trade, 
both as regards Imports and Exports, the former having grown from $212,270,158 in 
the previous year to $241,214,961, and the latter from $211,640,286 to $225,849,724, 
an aggregate gain of over $43,000,000 during the year. 

In the year 1875 the total trade was, in round figures $201,000,000 ; in 1885 the 
figures were about $3,000,000 less ; in 1895 they had grown to $224,420,000, or an 
increase in 20 years of about $23,000,000 ; whereas in the eight years from 1895 to 
1903 they have gone up to $467,064,685, or an increase of over $242,000,000. 

From reports of the Agents of this Department it would appear that there are 
good openings for several lines of Canadian goods to be found in South Africa, 
Australasia, and (probably) Japan. 

One difficulty in pushing trade arises from the fact that up to this date or at least 
till a very recent period, Canadian manufacturers have been so fully occupied in supply- 
ing demands for the home market that they have not been able to give any attention to 
outside customers. 

Importers inform our Agents that in many cases they find it very difficult to obtain 
any reply from Canadian firms for several months and that they are constantly told 
that they cannot accept orders. Furthermore it is almost indispensable that any firm 
desirous of carrying on a considerable business at a distance should be represented by 
some agent or traveller especially in view of the fact that so many German and American 
travellers are already on the ground. 

It may be added that the long continued depression in Australia and the fact that 
ever since the close of the Boer war, great quantities of supplies imporced by the 
British Government for the use of the army, have been slaughtered at extremely low 
prices, have affected those markets more or less injuriously. 

Appended is the usual unre vised statement for the six months of the current fiscal 
year, an examination of which will sliow the rates of increase over the correspondino' 
period in 1903 well maintained, the imports having largely increased, with a small 
decrease in exports which may be accounted for by the lateness of the Western harvest 
preventing the marketing of the usual quantity of grain before the close of navigation. 
This, however, will begin to move again in early Spring and the values for the full year 
will no doubt equal or exceed that of 1903. 

Respectfully submitted, 

W. G. PARMELEE, 

Deputy Minister. 



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XX 



TRADE AND COMMERCE 



3-4 EDWARD VII., A. 1904 



TRADE OF CANADA BY COUNTRIES. 

TJnrevised Statement showing, by Countries, the Values of the Imports (entered for 
Consumption) into, and Exports from Canada during the six months ended 
December .31, 1901, 1902 and 1903. 



C0C>'TKIES. 



Britixh Empire. 



Great Britain 

British Africa 

British Australasia : — 

Australia 

Xew Zealand 

British East Indies 

M Guiana 

M West Indies. . 

Newfoundland 

Other British Colonies 

Totals 



Foreign Coicntries. 



Argentine Republic 

Austria- Hungary 

Belgium 

Brazil 

China ... 

Chile 

France 

Germany 

Holland. . 

Italy 

Japan 

Norway and Sweden 

Spain 

Switzerland 

United .States 

West Indies :— 

Cuba , 

Porto Rico 

Other Foreign Countries. 



Six Months ended December 31. 



liiOl. 



1902. 



Imports. Exports. Imports. 




22,862,382 
15,706 

35,146 

142 

655,34.5 

30,398 

851,872 

813,065 

8,-548 



71,010,9411 
1,186,034 

1,678,795- 

177,-562 

7,845 

216.078 

917,526 

1,363,736 

21,814 



1903. 



ImfKirts. ' Exports. 



27,417,604 
34,435 

24,769 
18, .584 
978,243 
1U5,063 
734,610 
849,010 
61,738 



81,225,482 
763,024 

1,370,-565 

256,219 

20,240 

243,549 

978,159 

1,394,680 

42,249 



32,129,463 
39,000 

40,983 

2,252 

1,417,946 

794,147 

1,833,161 

876,582 

152,271 



79,184,273 
1,379,862 

1,. 398, 371 

.301,381 

9,015 

201,362 

1,026,546 

1,851,000 

99,276 



25,272,6041 76,580,331 30,224,116 86,294,167 37,283,805, 85,451,086 



48,406 

121,318 

941,576 

267,969 

261,.581 

1.3,494 

3,180,143 

5,424,087 

448,177 

313,152 

1,027,448 

29,931 

470,766 

.388,534 

59,992,025 

129,499 

158,695 

1,173,444' 



334,139 

563 

1.798,382 

287,278 

117,506 

56,246 

785,779 

1,823,897 

1.56,317 

1.57,346 

144,524 

.31,725, 

149,260, 

1,340! 

41,926,323 



3-50,261 

184,708 

970,150 

105,273 

309,986 

41,4.50 

3,36.0,9-58 

6,083,024 

-593,729 

1-53,606 

81-3,124 

55,987 

.595,997 

430,602 

60,389,642 



360,843] 141,169, 

2.36,901, 141,. 525 

591,391 1,090,428 



563,152 

1,492 

1,34.5,037 

406,166 

75,910 

80,912 

685,946 

1,264,760 

136,422 

140,481 

206,674 

61,8211 

77,023 

6,067 

40,271,208 

344,098; 
210,534 
810,871 



1.51,864 
508,936 

1,8,38,807' 

82,271 

374,195 

17,528' 

3,011,904 

4,958,613 
475,430 
194,633 

1,218,324 

131,511 

618,300 

641,075 

71,881,127 

184,823 
147,846 
953,548 



598,795 

69 

736,228 

314,666 

89,937 

121,084 

1,080,464 

1,259,901 

642,446 

137,497 

1.53, .534 

2.58,201 

47,585 

3,017 

40,844,185 

476,557 
225,055 
846,171 



Totals 

Grand totals. 



74,390,245 
99,662,849 



48,959,763! 7.5,816,619! 



125,540,094! 106,040,735 



46,688,574, 
132,982,741 



87,390,735 
124,674,-540 



47,835,392 
133,286.478 



REPORT OF THE DEPUTY MINISTER xxi 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 10 

Statement showing the Values as heretofore published of the Exports from Canada, 
including the estimated values short reported — and of the Values less the additions 
for short reported — yearly from 1868 to 1903. 



Years ended 
June .30. 



1868... 
1869.. . 
1870... 
1871... 
1872.. - 
1873... 
1874... 
1875.. . 
1876... 
1877... 
1878... 
1879... 
1880... 
1881... 
1882... 
1883... 
1884... 
1885... 



Total 

Exports 

as published 



$ 
57,567,888 
60,474,781 
73,573,490 
74,173,618 
82,639,663 
89,789,922 
89,351,928 
77,886,979 
80,966,435 
75,875,39? 
79,323,667 
71,491,255 
87,911,458 
98,290,823 
102,137,203 
98,08.5,804 
91,406,496 
89,238,361 



Deduct 
estimated 

short 
reported. 



$ 
2,961,722 
3,077,468 
2,962,398 
2,448,668 
2,887,0.56 
3,292,419 
2,81.5,249 
2,218,930 
2,629,588 
2,165,666 
2,249,666 
2,341,447 
2,803,-506 
3,023,322 
4,094,946 
3,416,724 
2,701,019 
2,948,217 



Totals 
Net Exports 



54,606,166 
57,397,313 
70,611,092 
71,724,950 
79,752,607 
86,497,503 
86,536,679 
75,668,049 
78,336,847 
73,709,727 
77,074,001 
69,149,808 
85,107,952 
9.5,267,501 
98,042,257 
94,669,080 
88,705,477 
86,290,144 



Years ended 
June 30. 



Total 

Exports 

as published, 



1886. 

1887. 

1888. 

1889. 

1890. 

1891. 

1892., 

1893. 

1894. , 

1895. 

1896.. 

1897.. 

1898 . , 

1899.. 

1900. . 

1901. 

1902. 

1903.. 



8.5,251,314 

89,515,811 

90,203,000 

89,189,167 

96,749,149 

18,417,296 

113,963,375 

118,564,352 

117,524,949 

113,638,803 

121,013,852 

137,950,2.53 

164,152,683 

158,896,905 

191,894,723 

196,487,632 

211,640,286 

225,849,724 



Deduct 
estimated 

short 
reported. 



2,781,198 
2,996,889 
3,084,322 
3,070,652 
2,922,072 
2,913,994 
3,348,213 
3,482,308 
3,264,911 
3,300,090 
3,329,053 
3,947,130 
4,627,730 
4,559,530 
5,461,511 



Totals 
Net Exports 



82,470,116 

86,518,922 

87,118,678 

86,118,515 

93,827,077 

95,503,302 

110,615,162 

115,082,044 

114,260,038 

110,338,713 

117,684,799 

134,003,123 

159,.524,953 

154,337,375 

186,433,212 

196,487,632 

211,640,286 

225,849,724 



* After 1900 no estimate is made of the amount short reported. 



3-4 EDWARD VII. SESSIONAL PAPER No. 10 A. 1904 



COINAGE, WEIGHTS AND MEASURES. 

To assist in arriving at a comprehensive understanding of the value of foreign 
currencies, weights and measures (as expressed in foreign trade returns, tariffs, &c.,) as 
compared with those of Canada, tables have been prepared as follows : — 

As regards those of Canada, the law provides that the denominations of money in 
the currency of Canada shall be dollars, cents and mills, the cent being the one hund- 
redth part of a dollar, and the mill one-tenth part of a cerjt. 

That — The currency of Canada shall be such that the British sovereign (the 
pound sterling) of legal weight and fineness, shall be equal to four dollars eighty-six 
cents and two-thirds of a cent. 

In like manner the law provides as respects weights, that the unit shall be the 
standard pound (avoirdupois) of 7,000 grains, one-sixteenth part of the standard pound 
shall be an ounce (43 7|^ grains) one hundred pounds a cental, and two thousand pounds 
a ton, and that four hundred and eighty grains shall be an ounce troy, or 5,760 grains 
a pound troy. 

As regards measures — that the unit or standard measure of capacity, as well for 
liquids as for dry measures, shall be the gallon containing ten standard pounds weight 
of distilled water weighed with the water and air at a temperature of sixty-two degrees 
Fahrenheit, v, ith the barometer at thirty inches, that the quart shall be one-fourth part 
of tlie gallon, and the pint one eighth part of the gallon, and that eight gallons shall be 
a bushel. 

This gallon commonly known as the " Imperial Gallon," contains 277 •274 cubic 
inches, or 353 "OSG cylindrical inches. 

The standard measure of length is the yard, one-third part of which it is provided 
shall be a foot, and the twelfth part of such foot shall be an inch. 

In many countries the Metric system of weights and measures has been adopted. 
A separate table of Canadian equivalents of these is given in order to avoid repetition, 
the word " Metric " being used in the general table in each case where the system is in 
vogue, as indicating a reference co that table. 

The equivalent value of the monetary unit can only be given as respects those 
countries having a gold standard. Where silver is the standard, the value of the cur- 
rency necessarily fluctuates correspondingly to the market value of silver bullion, and 
were any attempt made to quote the value of such currency it would, under present 
circumstances, hi', misleading, therefore, the weight in decimal parts of an ounce with 
the fineness of the coin is given instead, which will enable any one to approximate the 
value of the currency according to the current value of fine bar silver. As an example, 
say fine bar silver at 75 cents an ounce, the Bolivian dollar weighs '801 of an ounce, its 
fineness is -900, therefore 75 x •801=60-075 which x •90C=54^0675, ora small fraction 
over 54 cents, and the actual intrinsic value of the pure silver contained in the coin, to 
which should be added a reasonable allowance to cover the value of the alloy, the cost 
of the coinage, and in some instances exchange, the aggregate of which would be ap- 
proximately the current value in Canadian currency of the dollar in question. 

Unless carefully noted, the quotations as usually given of the current value per 
ounce of silver may be miscon.strued and lead to misapprehensions, as it is sometimes 
quoted per ounce ^wi", and sometimes per ounce standard ; thus for instance on a cer- 
tain day the London quotation reads " fine silver per ounce standard 32 d.," while on 
the same day it is quoted in New York " 69J cents per ounce fine ;" as 32 d. is equal 
to a fraction over 64^ cents, there would appear a difference of about 4f cents per 
ounce between the two price.s, the New York price appearing that much in excess of 
the other, were it not noticed that one is based upon standard fineness and the other 
upon absolute fineness, but by reducing the New York "fine " to London " standard" 
(of "925 fine, or 444 grains fine to the ounce) the actual difference between the two 
quotations is found to be only about f of one cent per ounce, the London price being 
that much in excess of the New York. 



COINAGE, WEIGHTS AND MEASURES xxiii 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 10 

To reduce the value of standard or sterling silver when expressed in pence to 
fine expressed in cents, multiply the pence and decimal parts thereof by 2 •192. 

To find the standard or sterling value expressed in pence and decimal parts thereof 
when Jine is expressed in cents multiply the cents by 0'4562. 

METRIC WEIGHTS. 





Granunes. 


Equivalents. 




Denominations. 


In pounds and 

decimal 
I)arts thereof, 
avoirdupois. 


In grains, 
troy. 


Remarks. 




1 

10 

100 

1000 

10000 

100000 

1000000 

fc 


002204 

•022046 

•220462 

2 204621 

22 046212 

220-46212 

2204.6212 


15-4323487 

"1-543235" 
-1543235 
-0154323 


The gramme is the actual imit, and is 
the weight of one cubic centimetre of 


Decagran^me 

Hectogramme 






Myriagramme 

Quintal or centner 

Millier (Ton Metric) 

Decigramme 

Centigramme 


Sometimes called the metric ton. 


Milligramme 







1 pound = -4535 kilos. 1 English ton (2,240 lbs.) = 1016-0475 kilos. 

1 Canadian ton (2,000 lbs.) = 907 1854 kilos. 

METRIC MEASURES OF CAPACITY. 





Litres. 


- Equivalents. 






Denominations. 


Cubic 
centimetres . 


In gallons 

and decimal parts 

thereof. 




Litre 


1 

10 

100 

1000 

Tuu 


1,000 

10,000 

100,000 

1,000,000 

100 

20 


-2202 

2-2024 

22-0244 

220-2443 

•0220 

0022 


•8809 of a quart. 

2 753 bushels. 
27-53 do 




Decalitre 




Hectolitre 

Kilolitre 

Decilitre 




Centilitre 





1 quart = 1-1353 litres. 1 gallon = 4 5412 litres. 1 bushel = 36 3296 litres, 

1 cubic nietre = 35^3466 cubic feet. 1 cubic foot = • 02828 cubic metre, 

do = 1^ 308 cubic yards. 

METRIC MEASURES OF LENGTH. 





Metres. 




Canadian equivalents. 






Inches. 


Feet. 


Yards . 


Miles. 


Metre 


1 

10 

100 

1000 

t\ 


39-382 


3 


28183 


1 


09394 




Decametre 


32 

328 
3281 


81833 

18333 

83333 

32818 

032818 

003282 


10 

109 

1093 


93944 

39444 

9444 

10939 

010939 

001094 




Hectometre 






Kilometre 


•6213 


Decimetre ... 


3-938 
-3938 
•03938 




Centimetre 




Millimetre 

















1 inch = 2 5399 centimetres 
1 mile = 1 • 6095 kilometre. 



1 foot = 30479 of a metre. 1 yard = '9143 of a metre. 
1 geographical mile or knot = 2027 yards — 1 • 152 miles = 1 - 8541 
kilometres. 



XXIV 



TRADE AND COMMERCE 



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Table of constant Factors, which multiplied by the current value per ounce of silver, 
either pure or standard as the case may be, will give the value of the silver con- 
tained in the coin referred to, to which if there be added a small percentage to 
cover the value of the alloy and the cost of coinage, the aggregate will equal the 
then intrinsic value in Canadian currency of the coin in question. 



Country. 



Monetary Unit. 



Constant factor to be 

Multiplied by price par 

ounce of 



Pure Silver. 



Standard 
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Bolivia Dollar 

British North Borneo. j i. 

British Honduras n 

Ceylon 'Rupee . 

Chile Peso. ... 

China Shanghai tael 

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Colombia (Peso 

Costa Rica i 

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India 

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Java 

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Mexico 

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Persia 

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Straits Settlements Dollar 

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United States of America | Silver dollar. 

Trade dollar. 



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Table of Sterling Pence (26 to 31 1) and fractions thereof, with statutory equivalents 
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Example — Silver at 27i pence per oz. standard, what is the value of the silver in the .Japanese yen ? 
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58 


298 


20| 


42 


329 


24^ 


50 


440 


281 


58 


551 


21 


42 


583 


25 


50 


694 


29 


58 


805 


21i 


42 


836 


25i 


50 


947 


29i 


59 


058 


2l| 


43 


090 


25i 


51 


201 


29| 


59 


312 


2l| 


43 


343 


25g 


51 


454 


29| 


59 


565 


21i 


43 


597 


25i 


51 


708 


29^ 


59 


819 


21§ 
2l| 

2l| 


43 


850 


25| 


51 


961 


29= 


60 


072 


44 


104 


251 


52 


215 


29f 


60 


326 


44 


357 


25| 


52 


468 


29| 


60 


579 


22 


44 


611 


20 


52 


722 


30 


60 


832 


22i 


44 


864 


26^ 


52 


975 


30* 


61 


085 


22: 


45 


118 


26i 


53 


229 


so'i 


61 


339 


221 
22l 


45 


371 


263 


53 


482 


30| 


61 


592 


45 


025 


26| 


53 


736 


30| 


61 


846 


22| 


45 


878 


261 


53 


989 


30| 


62 


099 


22J 


46 


1.31 


26f 


54 


243 


30| 
30| 


• 62 


353 


22| 


4G 


385 


26| 


54 


496 


62 


606 


23 


46 


638 


27 


54 


75 


31 


62 


86 


23i 


46 


892 


27* 


55 


002 


31* 


63 


113 


231 


47 


145 


27i 


55 


256 


31* 


63 


367 


23S 


47 


399 


27i 


55 


509 


311 


63 


620 


23i 


47 


652 


27i 


55 


763 


31i 


63 


874 


23| 


47 


906 


27§ 


.56 


016 


31S 


64 


127 


231 


48 


159 


271 


56 


27 


31| 


64 


381 


23| 


48-413 


27^ 


56-523 


31J 


64-634 



3-4 EDWARD VII. SESSIONAL PAPER No. 10 



A. 1904 



PART I 



CANADIAN TRADE 



10--i— 1 



TBADE AXD COMMERCE 



3-4 EDWARD VII., A. 1904 

No. 1. — Statement of the Values of the Imports into and Exports from Canada, 

Bullion, with the Customs Duties collected during each 



1868 
1869 
1870 
1871 
1872 
1873 
1874 
1875 
1876 
1877 
1878 
1879 
1880 



Ijipobts 



Merchandi'se. 



Coin and 
Bullion. 



Totals. 



Dutiable. 



Free. 



45,250,395 
44.081,563 
48,665,547' 
70,295,223 
72,157,423 
74.217,954 
77,070,460 
81,504,477 
.58,794,777 
63,986,376 
61,700,190 
57,052,042 
68,895,483 



1881 


85,516,908 


1882 


93,339,930 


1883 


100,827,816 


1884 


88,349,492 


1885 


. 79,614,108 


1886 


75,536,758 


1887 


85,479,400i 


1888 


77,784,037 


1889 


80,059,966 


1890 


86,258,633 


1891 


81,286,-372 


1892 


81,190,844 


1893 


77,378,091 


1894 


73,341,506 


1895 


64,064,587 


1896 


74,2.59,940 


1897 


74,108,590 


1898 


84,141,104 


1899 


98,349,633 


1900 


112,943,896 


1901 


115,574,658 


1902 


127,955,281 


1903 


143,839,632 



Exports. 



Merchandise. 



Home 
Produce. 



23,314,102 4,895,147 73,4.59,644 

22,086,373 4,247,229 70,415,165 

21,813,263 4,335,529 74,814,.3.39 

23,064,6541 2,733,094j ^^6.092,971 

36,519,3.551 2,753,749 111,430,527 

.50,787,862' 3,005,465 128,011,281 

46,919,8401 4,223,2821 128,213..582 

39,3.55,717 2,210,089 123,070.283 

32,195,458: 2,220,111' 9.3,210,346 

33,167.497 2,174,089 99,327,962 

30,577,871 803,726' 93,081,787 

23,273,2fi6 1,639,0891 81,964,427 

15,712,457 1,881,807| 86,489,747 

18,690,657i 1,123,275! 105.330,840 

24,575,827, 1,50.3,743 119,419,500 

30,1.50,683 1,275,523, 132,254,022; 



48,504,899 
52,400,772 



Foreign 
Produce. 



Coin and 
Bullion . 



Totals. 



S 



4,196,821 4,866,1681 

3,8.55,801' 4,218,208 

59,043,590 6,527,622; 8,002,278 

57,630,024 9,853,2441 6,690,3.50' 

6.5,831,083 12,798,182! 4,010,398 



76,538,025 9,405,910 
76,741,997 10,614,096 
69,709,823' 7,137,319 
72,491,437 7,234,961 
68,030,546 7,111,108 
67,989,800 11,164,878 
62,431,025^ 8,3.55,644 
72,899,697 13,240,006 



3,845,987 

1,995,835 

1,039,837 

1,240,037 

73.3,7.39 

168,989 

704,.586 

1,771,755 



S 
.57,567,888 
60,474,781 
73,573,490 
74,173,618 
82,639,663 
89,789,922 
89,351.928 
77,886,979 
80,966,435 
75,875,393 
79, .323, 667 
71,491,2.55 
87,911,458 



83,944,701 13,375,117 

94,137,657 7,628,453 

87,702,43l| 9,751,773 

79,833,098 9,.389,106j 2,184,292 

79,131.735! 8,079,646^ 2,026,980 

77,756,704 7,438,079 56, .531 

80,960,909 8,549,333 5,.569 

81,382,072: 8,803,394 17,5.34 

80,272,4.56i 6,938,455 1,978,256 



I 

25,839,885 2,207,666 116,397,043 

i 

26,373,134 2,954,244 108,941,486 

25,277,246| 3,610,5.57 104,424,561 

1 

26,880,618 532,218 112,892,236 

30,935,12ll 2,175,472 110,894,630 

34,589,714! 575,251 115,224,931 

34,516,.597 1,083,011 121,858,241 

36,870,096 1,811,170 119,967,638 

44,.396,694 1,818,-530 127,406,068 

45,161,977 6,.534,200 129,074,268, 105,488,798 8,941,856 4,13.3,698 

46,110,362 4,023,072 123,474,940 103,851,764 11,833,805 1,839,-380 

42,140,475 4,-576,620 110,781,682 102,828,441 6,485,043| 4,325,319 

38,525,249 .5,226,319 118,011,508 109,707,805 6,606,738 4,699,309 



85,257,586 
88,671,738 



971,005| 98,290,823 
371,093i 102,137,203 
fe31,600i 98,085,804 
91,406,496 
89,238,361 
8.3,2.51,314 
89,515,811 
90,203,000 
89,189,167 



9,051,781 2,439,782 
8,798,6.31; 946,927 



99,032,466 13,121,791 1,809,118 



40,433,825 
.51,791,105 
59,709,.541 
68,381,179 



96,749,149 
98,417,296 
113,963,375 
118,564,352 
117,524,949 
113,638,803 
121,013,852 



4,676,194 119,218,609 123,632,540 10,825,163 3,492,5501 137,9.50,253 



4,390,844 140,323,053 144,548,662; 14,980,883 4,623,138 164,152,683 

4,705,134 162,764,.308 137,360,7921 17,520,088 4,016,025 158,896,905 

8,297,4381 189,622,513 168,972,30l' 14,265,2541 8,657,168 191,894,723 

71,30.3,-573 3,5.37,294 190,415,.525f 177,431,386 17,077,757] 1,978,489 1106,487,632 

78,003,472! 6,-311,405 212,270,1.58 + 196,019,763 13,951,101 1,669,422 + 211,640,286 



88,398,532 8,976,797 241,214,961 + 214,401,674 10,828,087 



619,963 t 225,849,724 



+ After 1900 no estimate is made of the amount short reported in txports to United States. 



i STATISTICAL AND FINANCIAL STATEMENTS 3 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 10 

and of Goods entered for Consumption distinguishing Merchandise from Coin and 
Fiscal Year ended June 30, 1868 to 1903. 





Totals, 

Imports and 

Exports. 


Entered for Consumption. 


Totals, 

Customs 

Duties 

Collected. 




Duty 


Merchandise. 


Coin and 
Bullion. 


Totals. 


Duty 

Collected. 




Collected. 


Dutiable. 


Free. 




S cts. 


S 


$ 


$ 


$ 


. $ 


$ cts. 


$ cts. 




17,985 81 

14,402 67 

37,912 28 

36,065 90 

24,809 03 

20,152 14 

14,564 90 

7,242 85 

4,500 02 

4,102 71 

4.160 95 

4,271 69 

8,895 83 


131,027,532 
130,889,946 
148,387,829 
170,266,589 
194,070,190 
217,801,203 
217,565,510 
200,957,262 
174,176,781 
175,203,355 
172,405,454 
153,455,682 
174,401,205 


43,6.55,696 
41,069,342 
45,127,422 
60,094,362 
68,276,157 
71,198,176 
76,232,530 
78,138,511 
60,238,297 
00,916,770 
.59,773.039 
55,426,836 
54,182,967 


23,434,463 

22,085,699 
21,774,652 
24,120,026 
36,679,210 
53,310,953 
46,948,357 
39,270,057 
32,274,810 
3.3,209,624 
30,622,812 
23,275,683 
15,717,575 


4,895,147 
4,247,229 
4,335,529 
2,733,094 
2,753,749 
3,005,465 
4,223,282 
2,210,089 
2,220,111 
2,174,089 
803,726 
1,6.39,089 
1,881,807 


71,98.5,306 

67,402,170 

71,237,603 

86,947,482 

107,709,116 

127,514,.594 

127,404,169 

119,618,657 

94,733,218 

96,300,483 

91,199,577 

80,341,608 

71,782,349 


8,801,445 82 
8, 284,. 507 04 
9,425,028 16 
11,807,589 85 
13,020,684 47 
12,997,578 03 
14,407,317 77 
15,3.54,139 27 
12,828,614 46 
12,544,348 38 
12. 791,. 532 22 
12,9.35,268 97 
14,129,953 39 


8,819,431 03 
8,298,909 71 
9,462,940 44 
11,843,655 75 
13,045,493 50 
13,017,730 17 
14,421,882 67 
15,361,382 12 
12,8.33,114 48 
12, .548, 451 09 
12,795,693 17 
12,939,540 66 
14,138,849 22 


1868 
1869 
1870 
1871 
1872 
1873 
1874 
1875 
1876 
1877 
1878 
1879 
1880 


8,140 86 


203,621,663 


71,620,725! 18,867,604 


1,123,275 


91,611,604 


18,492,645 11 


18,500,785 97 


1881 


8,809 80 


221,550,703 


85,757,433! 25,387,751 


1,503,743 


112,648,927 


21,700,027 63 


21,708,837 43 


1882 


9,755 68 


230,339,826 


91,.588,339 30,273,157 


1,275,523 


123,137,019 


23,162,553 29 


23,172,308 97 


1883 


8,515 42 


207,803,539 


80,010,498 25,962,480 


2,207,666 


108,180,644 


20,156,447 95 


20,164,963 37 


1884 


12,305 44 


198,179,847 


73,269,618' 26,486,157 


2,954,244 


102,710,019 


19,121,253 55 


19,133,558 99 


1885 


20,726 07 


189,675,875 


70,658,819 25,333,318 


3,610,5.57 


99,602,694 


19,427,397 63 


19,448,123 70 


1880 


31,397 10 


202,408,047 


78,120,679 26,986,531 


532,218 


105,639,428 


22,438,308 73 


22,469,705 83 


1837 


21,772 41 


201,097,630 


69,645,824 31,025,804 


2,175,472 


102,847,100 


22,187,869 12 


22,209,041 53 


1888 


42,206 67 


204,414,098 


74,475,139 


34,623,057 


575,251 


109,673,447 


23,742,316 56 


23,784,523 23 


1889 


93,674 32 


218,607,390 


77,106,286 


34,576,287 


1,083,011 


112,765,584 


23,921,233 75 


21,014,908 07 


1890 


64,803 41 


218,384,934 


74,536,036 


36,997,918 


1,811,170 


113,345,124 


23,416,265 72 


23,481,069 13 


1891 


108 00 


241,309,443 


69,160,737 


45,999,676 


1,818,530 


116,978,943 


20,550,473 53 


20,550,581 .53 


1892 




247,0.38,620 


69,873,571 


45,297,259 
46,291,729 


6,534,200 
4,023,072 


121,705,030 
113,093,983 


21,161,710 93 
19,379,822 32 


21,161,710 93 
19,379,822 32 


1893 
1894 




240,999,889 


62,779,182 




224,420,485 


58,557,655' 42,118,236 


4,576,620 


105,252,5il 


17,887,269 47 


17,887,269 47 


1895 


/ 


239,025,360 


67,239,759 38,121,402 


5,226,319 


110,587,480 


20,219,037 32 


20,219,037 32 


1896 




257,168,862 


66,220,765 40,397,062 


4,676,194 


111,294,021 


19,891,996 77 


19,891,996 77 


1897 




304,475,736 


74,625,088 51,682,074 


4,390,844 


130,698,006 


22,157,788 49 


22,157,788 49 


1898 




321,661,21.3 


89 433 172 5!) 913 287 


4,705.134 
8,297,438 


154,051,593 
180,804,316 


25,734,228 75 
28,889,110 13 


25,734,228 75 
28,889,110 13 


1899 
1900 




381,517,230 


104,346,795; 68,160,083 




t386,903,157 


105,969,756 


71,730,938 


3, .537, 294 


181,237,988 


29,106,979 89 


29,106,979 89 


1901 




t423,910,444 


118,657,496 


77,822,694 


6,311,405 


202,791,595 


32,425,532 31 


32,425,532 31 






1902 





1467,064,685 


136,796,065 


88,017,654 


8,976,797 


233,790,516 


37,110,354 59 


37,110,354 .59 


1903 



10— i— U 



TRADE AXD COMMERCE { 

3-4 EDWARD VII., A. 1904 
No. 2, — Statement (by Classes) of the Values of the Exports of Canada 







The Mine. 




The Flsheries. 


T 

Home 
Produce. 

.s 


HE Forest. 


2 


Home 
Produce. 


Foreign 
Produce. 


Totals. 


Home 
Produce. 


Foreign 
Produce. 


Totals. 


Foreign 
Produce. 




S 


s 


s 


S 


8 


S 


S 


1868 
1869 
1870 
1871 
1872 
1873 
1874 
1875 
187^; 
1877 


1,276,129 
1,941,485 
2,192,541 
2,841,124 
4,779,594 
5,853,860 
3,760,835 
3,643,398 
3,731,827 
.3,644,040 
2,816,347 
3,082,900 
2,877,351 


« 

* 
* 
* 

* 

* 

56,975 

54,918 

53,016 

104,822 

104,262 


1,276,129 
1,941,485 
2,192,541 
2,841,124 
4,779,594 
5,8.53,860 
3,760,835 
3,643,398 
3,787,802 
3,698,958 
2,869,363 
3,187,722 
2,981,613 


3,3.57,510 
2,242,710 
3,608,549 
3,994,275 
4,386,214 
4,779,277 
5,292,368 
5,380,527 
5,500,989 
.5,874,360 
6,8.5.3,975 
6,928,871 
6,579,656 


* 
* 

* 
232 


3,357,510 
2,242,710 
3,608,549 
3,994,275 
4,386,214 
4,779,277 
5,292,368 
5,380,527 
5,501,221 
5,874,360 
6,929,366 
7,072,203 
6,653,347 


18,742,625 
20,423,882 
21,533,300 
23,063,223 
24,459,877 
29,298,917 
27,237,779- 
25,070,410 
20,333,230 
23,010,249 
19,511,.575 
13,261,4.59 
16,854,507 


* 

* 
* 
* 

209,405 
655,338 


1878 
1879 
1880 


" " 75i391 

143,332 

73,691 


.54.3,254 
.535,800 
812,186 


1881 


2,767,829 


148,425 


2,916,2.54 


6,867,715 


31,169 


6,898,884 


24,960,012 


749,836 


1882 


3,013,.573 


127,608 


3,141,181 


7,682,079 


15,529 


7,697,608 


23,991,055 


971,597 


1883 


2,970,886 


135,944 


3,106,830 


8,809,118 


47,808 


8,856,926 


25,370,726 


1,277,715 


1884 


3,247,092 


195,399 


3,442,491 


8,591,654 


17,687 


8,609,341 


25,811,157 


1,484,926 


1885 


3,639,537 


196,933 


3,836,470 


7,960,001 


16,312 


7, 976, .313 


20,989,708 


1,383,597 


1886 


3,951,147 


196,140 


4,147,287 


6,843,388 


25,645 


6,869,033 


21,0.34,611 


1,830,476 


1887 


3,80.5,959 


304,649 


4,110,608 


6,875,810 


101,864 


6,977,674 


20,484,746 


1,76.3,737 


1888 


4,110,937 


228,551 


4,339,488 


7,793,183 


77,922 


7,871,105 


21,302,814 


1,577,477 


1889 


4,419,170 


254,033 


4,673,203 


7,212,208 


117,527 


7,329,735 


23,043,007 


1,426,249 


1890 


4,855,757 


270,374 


5,126,131 


8,461,906 


62,602 


8,524,508 


26,179,136 


1,110,128 


1891 


5,784,143 


193,593 


5,977,736 


9,715,401 


181,132 


9,896,533 


24,282,015 


1,583,853 


1892 


5,906,471 


236,697 


6,143,168 


9,675,398 


268,712 


9,944,110 


22,281,744 


1,351,931 


1893 


5,329,890 


295,636 


5,625,526 


8,743,0.50 


198,307 


8,941,357 


26,359,910 


1,272,881 


1894 


5,801,009 


254,885 


6,055,894 


11,102,692 


309,589 


11,412,281 


26,355,448 


149,308 


1895 


6,983,227 


231,439 


7,214,666 


10,692,247 


165,009 


10,857,256 


23,891,166 


238,033 


1896 


8,059,650 


342,110 


8,401,760 


11,077,765 


105,933 


11,183,698 


27,175,686 


149,208 


1897 


11,298,915 


251,172 


11,550,087 


10,314,323 


254,765 


10,569,088 


31,258,729 


^ 173,565 


1898 


14,463,256 


230,793 


14,694,054 


10,841,661 


132,316 


10,973,977 


26,511,539 


531,533 


1899 


13,368,150 


200,4.35 


1.3,568,585 


9,909,662 


41,642 


9,9.51,304 


28,021,529 


92,766 


1900 


24,580,266 


198,073 


24,778,339 


11,169,083 


55,783 


11,224,866 


29,663,668 


290 421 


1901 


40,367,683 


163,631 


40,531,314 


10,720.352 


10,647 


10,730,999 


30,009,8.57 


266,323 


1902 


34,947,574 


143,654 


35,091,228 


14,143,294 


43,776 


14,187,070 


32,119,429 


11,484 


1903 


31,004,861 


170,304 


31,23.5,165 


11,800,184 


26,462 


11,826,646 


36,386,015 


45,099 



' Not separately stated prior to 1876. 



i STATISTICAL AND FINANCIAL STATEMENTS 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 10 
during- the Fiscal Yeai' ended June 30, 1868 to 1903. 





Animals 

Home 
Produce. 


AND THEIR PRODUCE. 


Agricl 


LTL'RAL PrODUCT.S. 




Totals. 


Foreign 
Produce. 


Totals. 


Home 
Produce. 


Foreign 
Produce. 


Totals. 


i 


•S 


$ 


s 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 




18,742,025 
20,423,882 
21,533,300 
23,063,223 
24,459,877 
29,298,917 
27,237,779 
25,070,410 
20,542,635 
23,665,587 
20,054,829 
13,797,259 
17,666,693 


6,893,167 
8,769,407 
12,138,161 
12,008,500 
12,706,967 
14,243,017 
14,679,169 
12.700,507 
13,614,.509 
14,220,617 
14,019,857 
14,100,004 
17,007,577 


* 
* 
« 
* 

* 
« 
* 

1,030,599 

1,140,434 

557,229 

030,789 

890,432 


6,893,167 
8,769,407 
13,138.161 
12,608,-506 
12,706,967 
14,24.3,017 
14,079,109 
12,700,-507 
14,045,108 
15,301,051 
14,577,080 
14,737,393 
18,504,009 


12,871,0.55 
12,182,702 
13,670,619 
9,8.53,924 
13,378,891 
14,995,340 
19,-590,142 
17,258,-358 
21,139,065 
14,089,370 
18,008,754 
19,028,404 
22,294,328 


* 

* 
« 
* 

* 
* 

5,169,024 
4,590,350 
9,272,335 
6,342,423 
9,992,800 


12,871,055 
12,182,702 
13,676,619 
9,8.53,924 
13,378,891 
14,99-5,340 
19,590,142 
17,258.358 
26,308,689 
19,279,720 
27,281,089 
2-5,970,887 
32,287,128 


1868 
1869 
1870 
1871 
1872 
1873 
1874 
1875 
1876 
1877 
1878 
1879 
1880 


25,709,848 


21,360,219 


1,305,391 


22,665,610 


21,208,327 


10,025,800 


31,294,127 


1881 


24,962,052 


20,454,759 


951,046 


21,405,805 


31,035,712 


4,5-53,980 


35,589,698 


1882 


20,048,441 


20,284,-343 


881,075 


21,165,418 


22,818,519 


6,696,514 


29,515,033 


1883 


27,290,083 


22,940,108 


1,206,076 


24,152,184 


12,397,843 


5,758,217 


18,156,060 


1884 


22,373,305 


25,337,104 


1,166,890 


20,503,994 


14,518,293 


4,602,073 


19,120,366 


1885 


22,865,087 


22,065,433 


1,012,080 


23,077,513 


17,052,779 


3,789,038 


21,441,817 


isr^^ 


22,248,483 


24,246,937 


825,602 


25,072,539 


18,820,235 


4,892,913 


23,719,148 


1887 


22,880,291 


24,719,297 


901,072 


25,620,369 


15,436.360 


5,439,075 


20,875,435 


1888 


24,469,256 


23,894,707 


799,246 


24,693,953 


13,414,111 


3,778,038 


17,192,149 


1889 


27,289,264 


25,106,995 


1,523,677 


26,630,672 


11,908,030 


5,337,545 


17,245,575 


1890 


25,865,868 


2.5,967,741 


1,280,525 


27,248,266 


13,666,858 


4,634,294 


18,301,152 


1891 


23,633,675 


28,594,850 


1,468,927 


30,063,777 


22,113,284 


8,704,122 


30,817,406 


1892 


27,632,791 


31,736,499 


1,039,380 


32,775,879 


22,049,490 


5,043,705 


27,093,195 


1893 


26,504,756 


31,881,973 


1,164,494 


33,046,467 


17,677,649 


9,079,697 


26,757,346 


1894 


24,129,199 


34,387,770 


1,268,624 


35,656,394 


15,719,128 


3,273,375 


18,992,503 


1895 


27,324,894 


36,507,641 


896,755 


37,404,396 


14,083,361 


3,890,650 


17,974,011 


1896 


31,432,294 


39,245,252 


1,12.3,008 


40,368,260 


17,982,646 


7,711,621 


25,694,267 


1897 


27,043,072 


44,301,470 


1,834,668 


46,136,138 


33,063,285 


10,664,494 


43,727,779 


1898 


28,114,295 


46,743,130 


1,281,684 


48,024,814 


22,952,915 


14,448,999 


37,401,914 


1899 


29,954,089 


56,148,807 


1,147,860 


57,296,007 


27,516,609 


10,953,352 


38,409,961 


1900 


30,276,180 


55,495,311 


803,971 


56,299,282 


24,781,486 


13,786,566 


38,568,052 


1901 


32,130,913 


59,161,209 


668,943 


59,830,152 


37,152,688 


10,389,155 


47,541,843 


1902 


36,431,114 


69,817,542 


649,077 


70,466,619 


44,624,321 


6.948,568 


51,572,889 


1903 



TRADE AND COMMERCE 



3-4 EDWARD VII., A. 1904 
No. 2. — Statement (by Classes) of the Values of the Exports of Canada 





Manufactures. 


Miscellaneous. 




Totals. 




Home 
Produce. 


Foreign 
Produce. 


Totals. 


Horiie 
Produce. 


Foreign | 
Produce. 


Totals. 

! 


Home 
Produce. 


Foreign 
Produce. 




$ i 


S 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


1868 
1869 
1870 
1871 
1872 
1873 
1874 
1875 
1876 
1877 
1878 
1879 
1880 


2,100,411 
2,412,559 
2,560,370 
2,432,750; 
2,716,499 
3,609.903 
2,946,655 
3,028,512 
5,148,201! 
4,105.422! 
4.127,755 
2,700,281 
3,242,617 


t 
t 
t 
+ 
t 
t 
t 
t 

619,546 
576,337 
588,021 
528,480 
1,241,594 


2,100,411 
2,412,559 
2,560,370 
2,432,750 
2,716,499 
3,609,903 
2,946,655 
3,028,512 
5,767,747 
4,681,759, 
4,715,776 
3,228,761 
4,484,211 


302,280 
350,559 
371,652 
387,554 
515,985 
465,292 
419,800 
409,181 
.393,368 
320,816 
401,871 
386,999 
640,155 


t 
t 
t 

\ i 

+ 
t 
t 

150,180 
9.3,731 
75,632 
63,998 

119,041 


302,280 
350,559 
371,652 

387,554 
515,985 
465,292 
419,800 
409,181 
543,548 
414,547 
477,503 
450,997 
759,196 


45,543,177 
49,323,304 
56,081,192 
55,181,356 
62,944,027 
73,245,606 
73; 926, 748 
67,490,893 
69,861,849 
65,864,880 
65,740,134 
60,089,578 
70,096,191 


4,196,821 
3,855,801 
6,527,622 
9.853,244 

12,798,182 
9,405,910 

10,614,096 
7.137,319 
7,234,961 
7,111,108 

11,164,878 
8,355.644 

13,240,006 


1881 


3,075,095 


968,028 


4,043,123 


622,182 


146,468 


768,650 


80,921,379 


13,375,117 


1882 


3,329,598 


934,856 


4,264,454 


535,935 


73,831 


609,766 


90,042,711 


7,628,453 


1883 


3,503,220 


611,204 


4,114,424 


528,895 


101,513 


630,408 


84,285,707 


9,751,773 


1884 


3,577,535 


599,611 


4,177,146 


560,690 


127,190 


687,880 


77,132,079 


9,389,106 


1885 


3,181,501 


612,728 


3,794,229 


557,374 


101,113 


658,487 


76,183,518 


8,079,646 


1886 


2,824,137 


482,250 


3,306,387 


604,011 


102,450 


706,461 


74,975,506 


7,438,079 


1887 


3,079,972 


427,632 


3,507,604 


644,361 


232,936 


877,297 


77,964,020 


8,549,333 


1888 


4,161,282 


455,671 


4.616,953 


773,877 


123,626 


897,503 


78,297,750 


8,803,394 


1889 


4,434,949 


464,139 


4,899,088 


783,652 


99,223 


882,875 


77,201,804 


6,938,455 


1890 


5,741,184 


646,880 


6,388,064 


82,506 


100,575 


183,081 


82,335,514 


9,051,781 


1891 


6,296,249 


689,212 


6,985,461 


45,337 


236,022 


281,359 


85,757,744 


8,798,631 


1892 


7,040,988 


699,867 


7,740,855 


71.518 


391,535 


463,053 


95,684,253 


13,121,791 


1893 


7,693,959 


793,312 


8,487,271 


93,692 


298,635 


392,327 


102,006,490 


8,941,856 


1894 


7,692,755 


643,557 


8,336,312 


75,327 


232,275 


307,602 


100,586,853 


11,833,805 


1895 


7,768,875 


1,090,727 


8,859,602 


85,938 


217,836 


303,774 


99,528,351 


6,485,043 


1896 


9,365,384 


857,493 


10,222,877 


109,265 


364,589 


473,854 


106,378,752 


6,606,738 


1897 


9,522,014 


778,330 


10,300,344 


63,531 


532,702 


596,233 


119,685,410 


10,825.163 


1898 


10,678,316 


1,192,535 


11,870,851 


61,405 


394,539 


455,944 


139,920,932 


14,980,883 


1899 


11,706,707 


1,117,265 


12,823,972 


99,169 


337,297 


436,466 


132,801,262 


17,520,088 


1900 


14,224,287 


1,287,294 


15,511,581 


208,070 


332,471 


540,541 


163,510,790 


14,265,254 


1901 


16,012,208 


1,739,142 


17,751,350 


44,489 


307,477 


351,966 


177,431,386 


17,077,757 


1902 


18,462,970 


2,372,438 


20,835,408 


32,599 


321,651 


354,250 


196,019,763 


13,951,101 


1903 


20,624,967 


2,255,209 


22,880,176 


83,784 


733,368 


817,152 


214,401,674 


10,828,087 



t Not separately stated prior to 1876. 

* After 1900 no estmiate is made of the amount short reported in exports to United States. 



i STATISTICAL AND FINANCIAL STATEMENTS 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 10 - 
during the Fiscal Years ended June 30, 1868 to 1903 — Concluded. 



Totals. 



49,739,998 
53,179,105 
()2, 608, 814 
65,034,600 
75,742,209 
82,651,516 
84,540,844 
74,628,212 
77,096,810 
72,975,988 
76,905,012 
68,445,222 
83,336,19 

94,296,496 

97,671,164 

94,037,480 

86,521,185 

84,263,164 

82,413,585 

86,513,353 

87,101,144 

84,140,259 

91,387,295 

94,556,375 

108,806,044 

110,948,346 

112,420,658 

106,013,394 

112,985,490 

130,510,573 

154,901,815 

150,321,350 

177,776,044 

194,509,143 

209,970,864 

225,229,761 



Estimated 

Short 
Reported. 



2,961.722 
3,077,468 
2,962„398 
2,448,668 
2,887,056 
3,292,419 
2,815,249 
2,218,930 
2,629,588 
2,165,666 
2,249,666 
2,341,447 
2,803,506 

3,023,322 

4,094,946 

3,416,724 

2,701,019 

2,948,217 

2,781,198 

2,996,889 

3,084,.322 

3,070,652 

2,922,072 

2,913,994 

3,348,213 

3,482,308 

3,264,911 

3,300,090 

3,329,053 

3,947,130 

4,627,730 

4,559,530 

5,461,511 



Coin and Bullion. 



Home 
Produce. 



4,866,168 
4,218,208 
8,002,278 
6,690,350 
4,010,398 
3,845,987 
1,995,835 
1,039,837 
1,240,037 



129,328 

306,447 

309,459 

310,006 

256, .571 

207,. 532 

327,298 

1,045,723 

1,101,245 

1,670,068 



Foreign 
Produce. 



Totals. 



733,739 

168,989 

704,586 

1,771,755 

971,005 

371,093 

631,600 

2,184,292 

2,026,980 

56,531 

5,569 

17,534 

1,978,256 

2,439,782 

817,599 

1,1502,671 

3,824,239 

1,529,374 

4,068,748 

4,491,777 

3,165,252 

3,577,415 

2,914,780 

6,987,100 

1,978,489 

1,669,422 

619,963 



4,866,168 

4,218,208 

8,002,278 

6,690,350 

4,010,398 

3,84.5,987 

1,995,835 

1,0,39,837 

1,240,037 

733,739 

168,989 

704,586 

1,771,755 

971,005 

371,093 

631,600 

2,184,292 

2,026,980 

56,531 

5,569 

17,534 

1,978,256 

2,439,782 

946,927 

1,809,118 

4,1.33,698 

1,839,380 

4,325,319 

4,699,309 

3,492,550 

4,623,138 

4,016,025 

8,657,168 

1,978,489 

1,669,422 

619,963 



Grand Total Exports. 



Home 
Produce. 



53,-371,067 
56,618,980 
67,045,868 
64,320,374 
69,841,481 
80,384,012 
78,737,832 
70,749,660 
73,7.31,474 
68,030,546 
67,989,800 
62,431.025 
72,899,69' 

83,944,701 

94,137,657 

87,702,431 

79,833,098 

79,131,735 

77,756,704 

80,960,909 

81,382,072 

80,272,456 

85,257,586 

88,801,(66 

99,338,913 

105,798,257 

104,161,770 

103,085,012 

109,915,337 

123,959,838 

145,594,385 

138,462,037 

170,642,369 

177,431,386 

196,019,763 

214,401,674 



Foreign 
Produce. 



Totals. 



4,196,821 
3,855,801 
6,527,622 
9,853,244 

12,798,182 
9,405,910 

10,614,096 
7,137,319 
7,234,961 
7,844,847 

11,.333,867 
9,060,230 

15,011,761 

14,346,122 

7,999,546 

10,383,373 

11,573,398 



57,567,SSs']868 
60,474, 7M 1.S69 
73,573,490 1870 
1871 
1872 
1873 
1874 
1875 
1876 
1877 



74,173,618 

82,639,663 

89,789,922 

89,351,928 

77,886,979 

80,966,435 

75,875,393 

79,323,667 1S78 

71,491,1-55 1.S79 

87,911,458 1880 



98,290,823 

102,137,203 

98,085,804 

91,406,496 



10,106,626; 89,238,361 
7,494,610 85,251,314 
8,554,902 89,515,811 



8,820,928 
8,916,711 
11,491,563 
9,616,230 
14,624,462 
12,766,095 
13,363,179 
10,553,791 
11,098,515 
13,990,415 
18,558,298 
20,434,868 
21,252,354 
19,056,246 
15,620,523 
11,448,050 



90,203,000 

89,189,167 

96,749,149 

98,417,296 

113,963,375 

118,564,352 

117,-524,949 

113,638,803 

121,013,852 

137,950,253 

164, 152, 683 j 1898 

158, 896, 905| 1899 

191,894,7231900 

*196,487,632[1901 

*211, 640, 286 1902 

*225,849,724 1903 



1881 
1882 
1883 
1884 
1885 
1886 
1887 
1888 
1889 
1890 
1891 
1892 
1893 
1894 
1895 
1896 
1897 



TRADE AND COMMERCE i 

3-4 EDWARD VII., A. 1904 

>7o. 3. — Statemext (by Classes) of the Values of the Exports of Canada (Home 

case the portion sent to Great Britain, 

EXPORTS, THE PRO 





The Mine. 




The Fisheries. 




Years. 


G. B. ; 


U. S. 


0. C. 


Totals. 


G.B. i 


U. S. 


0. C. 


Totals. 




8 


s 


S 


S 


S 


8 


8 


8 


1868 

1869 ; 

1870 
1871 
1872 
1873 
1874 
1875 
1876 
1877 
1878 
1879 
1880 


421,093 
735,573 
842,3.39 
705,840, 
665,479 

1,013.945 
371,869 
157.014 
362,889 

1,061,201 
142,374 
265,305 
216,867 


733,980 
1,096,536 
1,182,443 
3,011,831 
3,968,824 
4,-537,005 
.3,100,901 
3,214,130 
3,167.912 
2, 413; 525 
2,472,979 
2,636,334 
2,49.5,624 


121,056 
109,376 
167,759 
12-3,453 
145,291 
302.910 
288,065 
272,254 
201,026 
169,314 
200,994 
181,261 
164,860 


1,276,129 
1,941,485 
2,192,541 
2.841,124 
4,779,594 
5,8.53,860 
3,760,835 
3,643,398 
.3,731,827 
3,644.040 
2,816,347 
3,082,900 
2,877,a51 


226, 915 j 

236,249 

.321,028 

.348,639 

379,869 

483,157 

700,813 

6.52,870 

687.101 

808,330 

1,043,539 

1,494,846 

1,154,245 


926,792 

1,085,611 

943,188 

897,546 

851,612 

1,336,398 

1,616,663 

1,644,826 

1,475.319 

1,317,917 

2,367,007 

1,899,190 

1,738,870 


2,203,803 
1,920,850 
2, 344, .333 
2,748,090 
3,154,733 
2,959.722 
2,974,892 
3,082,831 
3,.338,.569 
3,748.113 
3,443,429 
3,5,34.835 
3,686,541 


3,357,510 
3,242,710 
3,608,549 
3,994,275 
4,386,214 
4,779,277 
5,292,368 
5,380,527 
5,500,989 
5, 874, .360 
6,853,975 
6.928,871 
6,.579,6.56 


1881 


253,652 


2,346,529 


167,648 


2,767,829 


1,562,802 


2,241,.585 


3,063,-328 


6,867,715 


1882 


311,456 


2,418,021 


284,096 


3,013,-573 


2,129,982 


2,441,204 


3,110,893 


7,682,079 


1883 


309,794 


2,332,051 


329,041 


2,970,886 


2,337,072 


3,186,218 


3,285,828 


8,809,118 


1884 


519,672 


2,.505,501 


221,919 


3,247,092 


1,621,816 


3,598,216 


3,371,622 


8,591,654 


1885 


485,408 


2,898,518 


255,611 


3,639,537 


1,543,014 


3,560,731 


2,856,256 


7,960,001 


1886 


589,832 


3,115,696 


245,619 


3,951,147 


1,586,771 


2,587,548 


2,669,069 


6, 843, .388 


1887 


477,722 


3,085,431 


242,806 


3,805,959 


1,704,190 


2,717,509 


2,454,111 


6,875,810 


1888 


478, 2(K) 


3,341,308 


291,369 


4,110,937 


1,544,901 


3,123,853 


3,124,429 


7,793,183 


1889 


422,355 


3,753,351 


243,464 


4,419,170 


1,249,928 


2,839,980 


3,122,300 


7,212,208 


1890 


630,815 


3,963,257 


261,685 


4,855,757 


2,707,422 


2,850,528 


2,903,956 


8,461,906 


1891 


851,791 


4,600,800 


3.31,. 549 


5,784,143 


2,747,882 


3,807,786 


3,159,733 


9,715,401 


1892 


683,094 


4,806,483 


416,894 


5,906,471 


3,006,810 


3,452,036 


3,216,552 


9,675,398 


1893 


244,560 


4,756,280 


329,050 


5,329,890 


2,347,076 


3,503,904 


2,892,070 


8,743,050 


1894 


257,613 


5,130,186 


413,210 


5,801,009 


4,586,715 


3,260,677 


3,255,300 


11,102,692 


1895 


388,407 


6,271,397 


323,423 


6,983,227 


4,143,994 


3,025,171 


.3, .523, 082 


10,692,247 


1896 


175,512 


7,437,814 


446,324 


8,059,650 


4,462,002 


3,301,671 


.3,314,092 


11,077,765 


1897 


354,769 


10,.533,.581 


410,565 


11,298,915 


4,366,081 


2,998,655 


2,949,587 


10,314,. 323 


1898 


\ 212,304 


13,838,831 


412,121 


14,463,256 


4,822,688 


2,979,404 


3,039,569 


10,841,661 


1899 


154,151 


12,683,332 


530,667 


13,368,150 


3,610,972 


3,179,751 


3,118,939 


9,909,662 


1900 


193,746 


23,698,606 


687,914 


24,580,266 


4,071,136 


3,688,935 


3,409,012 


11,169,083 


1901 


877,880 


38,355,930 


1,133,873 


40,367,683 


3,113,306 


4,224,948 


3,382,098 


10,720,352 


1902 


802,842 


33,145,8.56 


998,876 


34,947,574 


6,374,877 


4,184,403 


3,584,014 


14,143,294 


1903 


597,13( 


29,546,605 


921,126 


31,064,861 


3,904.793 


3,760,266 


4,135,125 


11,800,184 

1 



i STATISTICAL AND FINANCIAL STATEMENTS 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 10 

Produce) during the Fiscal Years ended June 30, 1868 to 1903, showing in each 
the United States and other Countries. 

DUCE OF CANADA. 



The Fokest. 


Animals and their Pkoduce. 




G. B. 


U.S. 


0. C. 


Totals. 


G. B. 


U.S. 


0. C. 


Totals. 


Years. 


S 


s 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


S 




9,354,244 
11,151,161 
10,600,994 
11,631,710 
12,776,984 
13,720,614 
14,928,878 
16,.%3,818 
14,029,090 
16,737,568 
13,271,372 
7,328,313 
8,673,336 


7,842,526 
7,515,075 

8,925,122 
9,158,603 
9,215,403 
12,622,959 
9,719,946 
6,402,847 
4,793,065 
4,522,508 
4,481,053 
4,231,484 
6,532,418 


1,545,855 
1,757,646 
2,007,184 
2,272,910 
2,467,490 
2,955,314 
2, .588, 955 
2,-363,745 
1,511,075 
1,750,173 
1,759.150 
1,701,662 
1,648,753 


18,742,625 
20,423,882 
21,533..S00 
23,063,223 
21,459,877 
29,298,917 
27,237,779 
25,070,410 
20,333,230 
23,010,249 
19.511,575 
13,261,459 
16,854,507 


2,724,017 
3,342,377 

4,34.5,179 
4,859,709 
0,087,792 
7,245,415 
8,559,764 
7,026,730 
7,887,627 
9,013,441 
9,000.279 
9,120,141 
11,104,223 


3,794,673 
5,011,989 
7,326,764 
7,191,1.54 
6,103,684 
6,553,900 
5,700,366 
5,085,172 
4,896,786 
4,592,707 
4,483,106 
4,553,262 
6,016,988 


374,477 
415,041 

466,218 
557,643 
515,491 
443,702 
413,039 
.588,605 
830,1.56 
614 469 
476,472 
427,201 
486,366 


0,893,167 
8,769,407 
12,138,161 
12,608,506 
12,706,967 
14,243,017 
14,679,169 
12,700,507 
13,614,569 
14,220,617 
14,019,857 
14,100,604 
17,607,577 


1808 
1869 
1870 
1871 
1872 
1873 
1874 
1875 
1876 
1877 
1878 
1879 
1880 


14,758,890 


8,349,844 


1,851,278 


24,960,012 


15,327,964 


5,546,944 


485,311 


21,360,219 


1881 


11,349,866 


10,192,933 


2,448,256 


23,991,055 


13,365,399 


6,592,068 


497,292 


20,454,759 


1882 


13,027,337 


9,916,040 


2,427,349 


25,370,726 


13,158,194 


6,567,588 


558,561 


20,284,343 


1883 


13,742,663 


9,883,749 


2,184,745 


25,811,157 


16,054,004 


6,367,702 


524,402 


22,946,108 


1884 


9,577,581 


9,355,736 


2,056,391 


20,989,708 


17,979,895 


6,789,562 


567,647 


25,337,104 


1885 


10,899,727 


8,545,406 


1,589,478 


21,034,611 


14,814,672 


6,742,789 


507,972 


22,065,433 


1886 


9,445,491 


9,353,506 


1,685,749 


20,484,746 


16,315,474 


7,291,369 


640,094 


24,246,937 


1887 


8,932,177 


10,622,338 


1,748,299 


21,302,814 


16,571,072 


7,595,743 


552,482 


24,719,297 


1888 


10,197,529 


11,043,023 


1,802,455 


23,043,007 


16,227,060 


7,137,006 


530,641 


23,894,707 


1889 


14,098,865 


10,247,640 


1,832,631 


26,179,136 


18,578,722 


5,966,474 


561,799 


25,106,995 


1890 


11,146,282 


11,763,058 


1,372,675 


24,282,015 


20,991,143 


4,316,979 


659,619 


25,967,741 


1891 


9,453,768 


11,472,306 


1,355,670 


22,281,744 


24,068,081 


3,935,924 


590,845 


28,594,850 


1892 


10,821,082 


13,859.960 


1,678,868 


26,359,910 


27,052,050 


3,951,850 


732,599 


31,736,499 


1893 


11,475,692 


13,308,196 


1,571,560 


26,355,448 


28,986,095 


2,311,104 


584,774 


31,881,973 


1894 


9,975,833 


12,482,969 


1,432,364 


23,891,166 


30,022,479 


3,713,148 


652,143 


34,387,770 


1895 


12,186,806 


13,528,047 


1,460,833 


27,175,686 


32,523,071 


3,341,275 


643,295 


36,507,641 


1896 


14,0.59,585 


15,435,759 


1,763,385 


31,258,729 


33,600,891 


5,081,811 


562,550 


39,245,252 


1897 


15,638,549 


9,336,252 


1,536,738 


26,511,539 


39,737,089 


4,192,943 


371,438 


44,301,470 


1898 


15,777,996 


9,921,704 


2,321,829 


28,021,529 


41,604,999 


4,628,533 


509,598 


46,743,130 


1899 


15,058,036 


12,805,139 


1,800,493 


29,663,668 


49,881,630 


5,326,750 


940,427 


56,148,807 


1900 


15,662,749 


12,190,617 


2,156,491 


30,009,857 


49,180,025 


5,331,657 


977,629 


55,495,311 


ISOl 


14,154,467 


15,517,528 


2,447,434 


32,119,429 


52,687,998 


5,139,262 


1,333,949 


59,161,209 


1902 


16,742,435 


16,977,232 


2,660,348 


36,386,015 


62,998,927 


5,319,198 


1,499,417 


69,817,542 


1903 



10 



TRADE AND COMMERCE 



3-4 EDWARD VII., A. 1904 

No. 3. — Statement (by Classes) of the Values of the Exports cf Canada (Home 

case the portion sent to Great Britain, 



EXPORTS, THE PRO 





Ageicultukal Products. 


Manufactures. 


Years. 












1 








G. B. 


U. S. 


0. C. 


Totals. 


G. B. 


U. S. 


0. C. 


Totals. 




S 


s 


s 


$ 


$ 


1 


$ 


$ 


1868 
1869 
1870 
1871 
1872 
1873 
1874 
1875 
1876 
1877 
1878 
1879 
1880 


4,056.340' 

.3,620,584 

5,377.970 

3,222,931 

4,440,441 

7,455,272 

9,804,375 

8,432,963 

8,394,103 

5,752,550 

10,087.329 

10,048,632 

12,641,961 


8,136,017 
7,912,017 
7,600,330 
6.022,432 
8,014,160 
6,446,374 
8,743,669 
8,012,813 
11,744,615 
8,038,250 
6,977,038 
8,591,143 
8,086,795 


678,698 
650,101 
698,319 
608,561 
924,290 

1,093,694 

1,042,098 
812,582 

1,000,947 
898,576 
944,387 
988,689 

1,565,572 


12.871,055 
12,1H2,702 
13,676,61;t 
9,853,924 
13,378,891 
14,995,340 
19,590,142 
17,258,358 
21,139,665 
14,689,376 
18,008,754 
19,628,4(34 
22.294,328 


1,107,408 
1,-385,965 
1,009,044 
942,127 
799,413 
1,428,748 
1.367,944 
1,571,556 
2^965,249 
2,098,.S17 
2.224.373 
1,107,385 
1,386,746 


682,851 

720,774 

1,086.0-3 

1,091.801 

1,439,062 

1,541,698 

1,134,345 

986,604 

1,047.211 

988,433 

983.027 

881.685 

1,283,342 


310,152 
305,820 
465,243 
398,822 
478.024 
6.39,457 
444,366 
470,352 
1,135,741 
1,018,172 
920,355 
711,211 
572,529 


2,100 411 
2,412,559 
2,560,370 
2,432,750 
2,716,499 
3.609,903 
2,946,655 
3,028,512 
5,148,201 
4,105,422 
4,127.755 
2,700,281 
3,242,617 


1881 


9,490,890 


10,631,374 


1,146,063 


21,268,327 


1,211,915 


1,310,557 


552,623 


3,075,095 


1882 


11,244,152 


18,189,118 


1,602,442 


31,035,712 


1,398,147 


1,339,614 


591,837 


3,329,598 


1883 


9,474,740 


11,989,280 


1,354,499 


22,818,519 


1,211,189 


1,603,274 


688,757 


3,503,220 


1884 


3,990,127 


7,503,111 


904,605 


12,.397,843 


1,443,630 


1,265,652 


868,253 


3,577,535 


1885 


5,502,763 


8,392,341 


623,189 


14 518,293 


1,335,706 


1,135,741 


710,054 


3,181,501 


1886 


7,729,264 


8,752,994 


1,170,521 


17,652,779 


1,026,861 


1,207,356 


589,920 


2,824,137 


1887 


9,438,408 


7,966,248 


1,421,579 


18,826,235 


1,270,162 


1,289,052 


520,758 


3,079,972 


1888 


4,292,640 


10,306.278 


837,442 


15,436,360 


1,762,894 


1,632,025 


766,363 


4,161,282 


1889 


3,674,055 


9,125,707 


614,349 


1.3,414,111 


1,679,-359 


1,822,948 


932,642 


4,434,949 


1890 


3,661,826 


7,519,253 


726,951 


11,908,030 


1,816, 147 


2,667,282 


1,257,755 


5,741,184 


1891 


5,254,028 


7,291,246 


1,121,584 


13,666,858 


2,252,295 


3,006,423 


1,037,531 


6,296,249 


1892 


15,119,780 


4,573,779 


2,419,725 


22,113,284 


2,617,472 


3,006,708 


1,416,808 


7,040,988 


1893 


15,443,211 


4,132,105 


2,474,174 


22,049,490 


2,454,009 


3,563,827 


1,676,123 


7,693,959 


1894 


12,431,275 


2,784,520 


2,461,854 


17,677,649 


3,120,614 


2,448,607 


2,123,534 


7,692,755 


1895 


10,414,380 


3,710,022 


1,594,726 


15,719,128 


2,944,280 


3,030,449 


1,794,146 


7,768,875 


1896 


9,551,316 


3,232,793 


1,299,252 


14,083,361 


3,799,266 


3,531,239 


2,034,879 


9,365,384 


1897 


13,507,342 


2,419,814 


2,055,490 


17,982,646 


3,617,128 


3,213,677 


2,691,209 


9,522,014 


1898 


27,747,140 


1,133,293 


4,182,852 


33,063,285 


4,900,806 


2,829,510 


2,948,000 


10,678,316 


1899 


18,447,543 


1,149,686 


3,355,686 


22,952,915 


5,474,562 


3,150,711 


3,081,434 


11,706,707 


1900 


21,674,965 


2,041,110 


3,800,534 


27,516,609 


5,625,073 


4,857,413 


3,741,801 


14,224,287 


1901 


17,337,633 


2,907,969 


4,535,884 


24,781,486 


6,652,336 


4,963,247 


4,396,625 


16,012,208 


1902 


27,973,503 


2,555,216 


6,623,969 


37,152,688 


7,322,602 


6,024,373 


5,115,995 


18,462,970 


1903 


34,206,693 


3,882,282 


6,535,.34C 


44,624,321 


6,728,298 


8,236,129 


.5,660,540 


20,(i24,967 



i STATISTICAL AND FINANCIAL STATEMENTS 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 10 

Produce) during the Fiscal Years ended June 30, 1868 to 1903, showing in each 
the United States and other Countries — Continued. 



11 



DUCE OF CANADA.— Continued. 





MiSCELL 


ANEOUS, 

0. c. 




Total Merchandise the produce of Canada. 




G. B. 


U. S. 


Totals. 


G. B. 


U. S. 


0. C. 


Totals. 


Years. 


$ 


$ 


$ 


■ $ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 




15,791 
14,480 
16,437 
22,600 
73,807 
55,053 
35,547 
54,183 
52,940 
19,704 
31,844 
28,802 
30,053 


271,007 
298,186 
335,000 
342,323 
391,091 
383,391 
358,000 
337,420 
320,242 
287,320 
307,133 
356,811 
608,008 


15,482 

37,893 

20,215 

22,031 

50,487 

20,848 

25,587 

17,572 

14,180 

13,726 

2,894 

1,380 

834 


302,280 
350,559 
371,052 
387,554 
515,985 
46?, 292 
419,800 
409,181 
393,308 
320,810 
401,871 
380,999 
040,155 


17,905,808 
20,480,389 
22,512.991 
21,733,550 
25,223,785 
31,402,234 
35,769,190 
34,199,134 
34,379,005 
35,491,671 
35,861,110 
29,393,424 
35,208,031 


22,387,840 
23,040,188 
27,398,930 
20,715,690 
29,984.440 
33,421,725 
30,380,550 
25,083,818 
27,451,150 
22,100,000 
22,131,343 
23,149,909 
20,762,705 


5,249,523 
5,196,727 
6,169,271 
0,732,110 
7,735,802 
8,421,047 
7,777,002 
7,007,941 
8,031,694 
8,212,543 
7,747,681 
7,546,245 
8,125,455 


45,543,177 
49,323,-304 
50,081,192 
55,181,356 
62,944,027 
73,245,600 
73,920,748 
07,490,893 
09,801,840 
05,864,880 
05,740,134 
00,089,578 
70,090,191 


1868 
1809 
1870 
1871 
1872 
1873 
1874 
1875 
1876 
1877 
1878 
1879 
1880 


31,100 


588,270 


2,800 


022,182 


42,637,219 


31,015,109 


7,269,051 


80,921,379 


1881 


17,811 


514,080 


3,444 


535,935 


39,810,813 


41,687,638 


8,538,260 


90,042,711 


1882 


19,741 


502,050 


7,104 


528,895 


39,538,007 


36,090,501 


8,6.51,139 


84,285,707 


1883 


38,958 


507,091 


14,041 


560,690 


37,410,870 


31,031,622 


8,089,587 


77,132,079 


1884 


54,684 


485,904 


16,726 


557,374 


30,479,051 


32,018,593 


7,085,874 


70,183,518 


1885 


47,136 


551,503 


5,372 


604,011 


30,694,203 


31,503,292 


6,777,951 


74,975,500 


1886 


62,884 


569,918 


11,559 


644,301 


38,714,331 


32,273,033 


6,976,656 


77,904,020 


1887 


66,340 


701,616 


5,921 


773,877 


33,648,284 


37,323,101 


7,326,305 


78,297,750 


1888 


53,995 


727,273 


2,384 


783,052 


33,504,281 


30,449,288 


7,248,235 


77,201,804 


1889 


5,352 


76,773 


381 


82,500 


41,499,149 


33,291,207 


7,545,158 


82,335,514 


1890 


360 


43,144 


1,833 


45,337 


43,243,784 


34,829,436 


7,084,524 


85,757,744 


1891 


50 


70,621 


847 


71,518 


54,949,055 


31,317,857 


9,417,341 


95,084,253 


1892 


47,618 


45,870 


198 


93,092 


58,409,606 


33,813,802 


9,783,082 


102,006,490 


1893 


20,052 


54,308 


907 


75,327 


60,878,056 


29,297,598 


10,411,199 


100,586,853 


1894 


14,191 


70,617 


1,130 


85,938 


57,903,564 


32,303,773 


9,321,014 


99,528,351 


1895 


19,968 


87,589 


1,708 


109,265 


62,717,941 


34,460,428 


9,200,383 


106,378,752 


189(i 


28,056 


33,700 


1,715 


63,531 


69,533,852 


39,717,057 


10,434,501 


119,685,410 


1897 


0,443 


51,502 


3,400 


61,405 


93,065,019 


34,361,795 


12,494,118 


139,920,932 


1898 


43,458 


53,238 


2,473 


99,109 


85,113,081 


34,766,955 


12,920,020 


132,801,262 


1899 


58,289 


117,024 


32,757 


208,070 


90,502,875 


52,534,977 


14,412,938 


103,510,790 


1900 


27,596 


9,305 


7,588 


44,489 


92,857,525 


67,983,073 


10,590,188 


177,431,380 


1901 


31,056 


1,146 


397 


32,599 


109,347,345 


00,567,784 


20,104,634 


190,019,703 


1902 


21,704 


44,655 


17,425 

1 


83,784 


125,199,980 


67,706,367 

1 


21.435,327 


214,401,674 


1903 



12 



TRADE AND COMMERCE 



3-4 EDWARD VII., A. 1904 

iS'o. 3. — Statement (by Classes) of the Values of the Exports of Canada (Home 

case the portion sent to Great Britain, 

EXPORTS, THE PRO 



Years. 



Estimated Short Reported. 



1868 
1869 
1870 
1871 
1872 
1873 
1874 
1875 
1876 
1877 
1878 
1879 
1880 

1881 

1882 

1883 

1884 

1885 

1886 

1887 

1888 

1889 

1890 

1891 

1892 

1893 

1894 

1895 

1896 

1897 

1898 

1899 

1900 

1901 

1902 

1903 



G. B. 



U.S. 



o. c. 



Totals. 



Coin and 



G. B. 



S 

2,961,722 

3,077,468 
2,962,398 
2,448,068 
2,887,056 
3,292,419 
2,815,2491 . 
2,218,9301 . 
2,629,588' 
2,165,006 . 
2,249,006 . 
2,341,447 . 
2, 803, 506 1 

3,023,322! . 

4,094,946 . 

3,416,724!. 

2,701,019 

2,948,217 

2,781,198 

2,990,889 

3,034,322 

3,070,652 

2,922,072 

2,913,994 

3,.348,213 

3,482,308 

3,264,911 

3,300,090 

3,.329,053 

3,947,130 

4,627,730 

4,559,530 

5, 461, .511 

t 

t 

t 



2,961,732! 889,032 

3,077,468 12,486 

2,962,398 1,134,784 

2,448,668 2,576,738 

2,887,056 
3,292,419,.., 
2,815,249. 



2,218.930 
2,029,588 
2,165,606 
2,249,606 
2,341.447 
2,803,506 

3,023,322 

4,094,046 

3,416,724 

2,701,019 

2,948,217 

2,781,198 

2,996,889 

3,084,322 

3,070,652 

2,922,072 

2,913,994 

3,-348,213 

3,482,308 

3,264,911 

3,300,090 

3,329,053 

3,947,130 

4,627,730 

4,559,530 

5,461,511 

t 

t 

t 



5,355 
67^652' 
38,0171 



1,000 



874 



U. S. 



3,975,189 
4,205,722 
6,867,494 
4,113,612 
3,388,705 
3,740,957 
1,928,183 
1,039,837 
1,202,020 



129,328 

300,447 

309,459 

310,000 

256,571 

206,447 

327,298 

1,045,723 

1,100,371 

1,670,068 



Includes exports Manitoba for only three months ended June 30, 1871. 



i STATISTICAL AND FINANCIAL STATEMENTS 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 10 

Produce) during the Fiscal Years ended June 30, 1868 to 1903, showing in each 
the United States and other Countries — Conchided. 

DUCE OF GAIS! AD A— Concluded. 



13 



BULLIOX. 

o. c. 



1,947 



610,278 
105,030 



85 



Totals. 



Grand total expobts — the produce of Canada. 



4,866,168 
4,218,208 
8,002,2781 
6,690,350 
4,010,398i 
3,845,987: 
1,995,8351 
1,039,837 
1,240,037 



129,328 

306,447 

309,459 

310,006 

256,571 

207,532 

327,298 

1,045,723 

1,101,245 

1,670,068 



G. B. 



U. S. 



18,794,840 
20,498,875 
23,647,775 
*24,310,294 
2.5,229,140 
31,402,234 
35,830,842 
34,199,134 
34,417,022 
35,491,671 
35,801,110 
29,393,424 
35,208,031 

42,637,219 

39,816,813 

39,538,067 

37,410,870 

36,479,051 

36,694,203 

38,714,331 

33,648,284 

33,504,281 

41,499,149 

43,243,784 

54,949,055 

58,409,606 

60,878,0.56 

57,903,564 

62,718,941 

69,5.S3,852 

93,065,019 

85,114,555 

96,562,875 

92,857,525 

109,347,345 

12.5,199,980 



29,324,757 
30,924,378 
37,228,822 
*33,277,970 
36,260,201 
40,455,101 
35,123,988 
28,942,585 
31,282,758 
24,.320,332 
24,381,009 
25,491,.S5e 
29,506,211 

34,038,431 

45,782,584 

39,513,225 

34,332,641 

35,566,810 

34,284,490 

35,209,922 

40,407,483 

39,519,940 

30,213,279 

37,872,758 

34,972,517 

37,605,569 

32,872,515 

35,860,434 

37,995,928 

43,991,485 

40,035,248 

40,426,856 

59,666,556 

167,983,673 

166,507,784 

t07, 766,367 



O. C. 



5,251,470 
5,196,727 
6,169,271 
*6,732,110 
8,352,080 
8,526,677 
7,777,002 
7,607,941 
8,031,694 
8,212,-543 
7,747,081 
7,540,245 
8,12.5,455 

7,209,051 

8,538,200 

8,651,139 

8,089,587 

7,085,874 

6,777,951 

6,976,656 

7,326,305 

7,248,235 

7,545,158 

7,684,524 

9,417,341 

9,783,082 

10,411,199 

9,321,014 

9,200,468 

10,434,501 

12,494,118 

12,920,626 

14,412,938 

16,590,188 

20,104,634 

21,435,327 



Totals. 



53,371.067 
.56,618,980 
67,045,868 
*64,320,374 
69,841,481 
80,384,012 
78,737,8.32 
70,749,660 
73,731,4741 
68,030,5461 
07,989,8001 
62,431,025 
72,899,697| 
I 
83,944,701 

94,137,657 

87,702,431 

79,833,098 

79,131,735 

77,750,704 

80,960,909 

81,382,072 

80,272,450 

85, 257, .586 

88,801,006 

99,338,913 

105,798,257 

104,161,770 

103,085,012 

109,915,337 

123,959,838 

145,594,385 

138,462,037 

170,642,369 

+177,431,380 

1196,019,703 

+214,401,674 



Years. 



1868 
1869 
1870 
1871 
1872 
1873 
1874 
1875 
1876 
1877 
1878 
1879 
1880 

1881 

1882 

1883 

1884 

1885 

1886 

1887 



1889 
1890 
1891 
1892 
1893 
1894 
1895 
1896 
1897 
1898 
1899 
1900 
1901 
1902 
1903 



+ After 1900 no estimate is made of the amount short reported in exports to United States, 



14 



TRADE AND COMMERCE 



3-4 EDWARD VII., A. 1904 

Xo. 4.— Statement showing for Canada the average ad valorem Rates of Duty collected 

able and total from Great Britain and the United States for 



Imports entered for Consumption, Merchandise only. 



Total Imports. 



Imports from Great Britain. 



Dutiable. 





s 1 


1868.. 


4.'H,655,696! 


1869.. 


41,069,342' 


1870.. 


45,127,4221 


1871.. 


60,094,362 


1872. . 


68,276,157 


1873.. 


71,198,176 


1874.. 


76,232,530 


1875. . 


78,138,511 


1876. . 


60,238,297 


1877.. 


60,916,770: 


1878.. 


59,773,0391 


1879.. 


55,426,830, 


1880.. 


54,182,967 


1881.. 


71,620,725 


1882.. 


85,757,433. 


1883.. 


91,. 588, 339 


1884.. 


80,010,498 


1885.. 


73,269,618 


1886.. 


70,658,819 


1887.. 


78,120.679 


1888.. 


69,64.5,824 


1889. . 


74,475,139 


1890.. 


77,106,286 


1891.. 


74,.536,036 


1892.. 


69,160,737 


1893.. 


69,873.571 


1894. . 


62,779,182 


1895.. 


58, .5.57, 6.55 


1896.. 


67,2.39,7.59 


1897. . 


66,220,765 


1898.. 


74,625,088 


1S99.. 


89,4:-;3,172 


1900.. 


104,346,795 


1901.. 


105,969,756 


1902. . 


118,6.57,496 


1903.. 


136,796,065 



Free. 



S 

23,434,463! 
22,085,599| 
21,774,652 
24,120,026; 
.36,679,210 
53,310,9531 
46,948,357 
39,270,0571 
32,274,8101 
33,209,624 
30,622,812] 
23.275,683| 
1.5,717,575 
18,867,604! 
2.5,387,751 
.30,273,1.57 
25,962.4801 
26,486,1.571 
25,333,3181 
26,986,5311 
31,02.5,804 
.34,62.3,057 
.34,576,287 
36,997,918 
45,999,676 
45,297,2.59 
46,291,729 
42,118.2.36 
38,121,402 
40,397,062 
51,682,074 
.59,91.3,287 
68,160,083 
71,730,9.'i8 
77,822,694' 
88,017,6.54 



Totals. 



Duty 
Collected. 



Dutiable. 



Free. 



67,090,1.59 

63,1.54,941 

66,902,074 

84,214,388 

104,95.5,367 

124,.509,129 

123.180,887 

117,408,568 

92,513.107 

94,126,394 

90,.395,851 

78,702,519 

69,900,542 

90,488,329 

111,14.5,184 

121,861,496 

105,972,978 

99,755,775 

95,992,137 

105,107,210 

100,671,628 

109,098,196 

111,682,573 

111,-533,954 

11.5,160.413 

115,170,830 

109,070,91] 

100,675,891 

105,361,161 

106,617,827 

126,307,162 

149,:-!46,459 

172.506,878 

177,700,694 

196,480,19c 

224,813,719 



8 

8,801,446 
8,284,507 
9,425,028 
11,807,590 
13,020,684 
12,997.578 
14,407,318 
15,354,139 
12,815,904 
12,511,-567 
12,791,-532 
12,933,916 
14,129,953 
18,492,645 
21,700,028 
23,162,553 
20,156,448 
19,121,254 
19, 427, .398 
22,438,309 
22,187,869 
23,734,364 
23,914,134 
23,393,678 
20,529,750 
21,154,172 
19,369,714 
17,872,746 
20,133,033 
19,844,557 
21,807,073 
25,624,838 
28,83.5,349 
29,063,973 
32,352.538 
37,022,581 



8 

28,284,194 
28,483,645 
30,022,948 
39,815,550 
48, 197,. 337 
47,443,203 
47,789,220 
49,239,119 
32,385,482 
32,916,776 
32,139,783 
27,075,637 
28,038,118 
.3-5,860,461' 
41,459,730' 
40,732,476 
32,828,.307 
30,702,359 
30,38.5,797 
.3.5,766,273 
30,848,116 
32,219,807 
.33,267,721 
31,447,660 
30,831,809 
31,869,267 
27,493,160 
2.3,311.911 
24,366,179 
20,217,422 
22,-5.56,479 
27,521,-508 
31,.561,7.56 
31,701,654 
3-5,062,-564 
42,210,165 



9,33.3,1311 
7,013,119, 

7,514,147' 

8,682,652' 

14,011,9171 

20,.5-53,742j 

13,558.-530| 

11,107,9481 

8,100,5781 

6,414,845; 

5,112,9861 

3, 892, 223 1 

-5,726,321] 

7,024,68ll 

8,896,538' 

10,947,286 

9,096,814 

9.329,089 

8,647,209 

8,975,077 

8,319,528 

10,031,382 

10,009,288 

10,571,283 

10,2.31,902 

10,660,073 

9,542,803 

7,747,421 

8,458,326 

9,183,766 

9,486,982 

9,409,815 

12,718,227 

11,118,341 

13,960,162 

16,-582,873 



Totals. 



37,617,3251 
35,496,764 
37,537,095 
4^,498,202 
62,209,2.54 
67,996,945 
61,3-47,750 
60,347,067 
40,486,060 
39,331,621 
37,252,769 
30,967,860 
.33,764,439 
42,885,142 
50,356,268 
51,679,762 
41,925,121 
40,031,448 
39,033,006 
44,741,350 
39,167,644 
42,251,189 
43,277,009 
42,018,943 
41,063 711 
42,.529,340 
37,035,963 
31,059,332 
32,824,505 
29,401,188 
32,043,461 
36,931,323 
44,279,983 
42,819,995 
49,022,726 
58,793,038 



Duty 
Collected. 



8 

' 4,799J58 
5,037,440 
6,544,088 
7,908,152 
7,392,957 
7,867,481 
8,881,998 
6,075,756 
6,377,596 
6,445,985 
5,561,933 
6,737,997 
8,772,950 

10,011,811 
9,897,785 
8,001,371 
7,617,249 
7,817,357 
9,318,920 
8,972,740 
9,450,243 
9,-576,966 
9,114,272 
9,074,201 
9,498,747 
8,245,846 
7,006,677 
7,-358,514 
6,205,367 
6,649,429 
7,328,192 
8,074,541 
7,845,406 
8,424,693 
9,841,627 



STATISTICAL AND FINANCIAL STATEMENTS 



15 



SESSIONAL PAPER No. 10 

on Imports /or Consumption dutiable and total ; also on l7nj)orts for Consumption duti- 
each of the Fiscal Years ended June 30, 1868 to 1903. 



' 


Average ad valorem kate.« of duty. 




Imports from United States. 


Totals. 


Great I 
Average 


iritain. 
Average 


United 
Average 


States. 
Average 




' 








Average 


Average 












ad val. 


ad val. 


ad val. 


ad val. 


ad val. 


ad val. 










Duty 
Collected. 


rate of 


rate of 


rate of 


rate of 


rate of 


rate of 




Dutiable. 


Free. 


Totals. 


duty on 


duty on 


duty on 


duty on 


duty on 


duty on 










Duti- 


Total 


Duti- 


Total 


Duti- 


Total 












able Im- 


Im- 


able Im- 


Im- 


able Im- 


Im- 


03 










ports. 


ports. 


ports. 


ports. 


ports. 


ports. 


< 


8 


»4? ! fiCf 


$ 


p. c. 


p. c. 


p. c. 


p. e. 


p. c. 


p. c. 




10,014,304 


12,645,828 


22,600,132 




20 


161 


13 


119 










1868 


7,793,748 


13,70.3,632 


21,497,380 


'l, 50.5, 566 


20 


172 


13 


118 


"16 


851 


"i3 


522 


"20'688 


"i 


283 


1869 


8,698,445 


12,998,392 


21,097,237 


1,700,252 


20 


890 


14 


088 


16 


779 


13 


420 


19-546 


7 


836 


1870 


14,086,383 


13,100,203 


27,185,586 


2,290,881 


19 


648 


14 


021 


16 


436 


13 


493 


16-264 


8 


427 


1871 


13,271,042 


20,470,953 


33 741,995 


2,385,592 


19 


071 


12 


406 


16 


408 


12 


712 


17-970 


7 


070 


1872 


16,678,805 


28,510,305 


45,189,110 


2,945,966 


18 


281 


10 


439 


15 


583 


10 


872 


17 003 


6 


519 


1873 


21,103,356 


30,681 798i 51,785,154 


3,081,014 


18 


899 


11 


696 


16 


463 


12 


824 


17-443 


7 


108 


1874 


22,023,665 


26,569,145 


48,592,810 


3,8.53,034 


19 


6.50 


13 


078 


18 


038 


14 


718 


17-498 


7 


930 


1875 


21,334,613 


22,758,460 


44,093,073 


4,104,484 


21 


275 


13 


853 


18 


761 


15 


007 


19-239 


9 


309 


1876 


23,510,846 


25,865,162 


49,376,008 


4.393,511 


20 


539 


13 


292 


19 


375 


16 


215 


18-087 


8 


898 


1877 


23,464,503 


24,. 538, 371 


48,002,874 


4,790,427 


21 


400 


14 


151 


20 


056 


17 


303 


20-416 


9 


354 


1878 


23,806,551 


18,360,849 


42,173,400 


5, .524, 879 


23 


.335 


16 


334 


20 


542 


17 


963 


23-207 


13 


100 


1879 


19, 566, .567 


8,627,216 


28,193,783 


4,512,415 


26 


078 


20 


214 


24 


032 


19 


956 


23 -062 


16 


005 


1880 


25,632,313 


10,706,388 


36,338,701 


5,049,152 


25 


820 


20 


436 


24 


464 


20 


457 


22 039 


15 


546 


1881 


32,941,061 


14,111,874 


47,052,935 


7,073,912 


25 


304 


19 


524 


24 


148 


19 


882 


21-474 


15 


034 


1882 


38,652,045 


16,495,198 


55,147,243 


8,148,268 


25 


290 


19 


007 


24 


299 


19 


152 


21-081 


14 


776 


1883 


35,796,697 


13,989,191 i 49,78.5,888 


7,411,940 


25 


192 


19 


020 


24 


373 


19 


085 


20-706 


14 


888 


1884 


31,2.31,947 


14,344,563 


45,570,510 


6,fi24,100 


26 


097 


19 


168 


24 


810 


19 


028 


21-209 


14 


534 


1885 


29,()59,876 


13,159,775 


42,819,651 


6,76'.»,365 


27 


495 


20 


238 


25 


727 


20 


028 


22-823 


15 


809 


1886 


30,579,609 


14,22.5,299 


44,795,908 


7,268,195 


28 


723 


21 


348 


26 


055 


20 


828 


23-775 


16 


225 


1887 


27,097,(i80 


19,342,016 


46,440,296 


7,109,234 


31 


858 


22 


039 


29 


087 


22 


909 


20-236 


15 


308 


1888 


28,982,283 


21,047,130 


50,029,419 


7,371,148 


31 


869 


21 


755 


29 


331 


22 


367 


25-433 


14 


733 


1889 


30,575,397 


20,790,2041 51,305,001 


8,126,625 
7,734.515 


31 


015 


21 


413 


28 


788 


22 


129 


26-579 


15 


821 


1890 


29, 790, 40 J 


22,243,0751 52,033,477 


31 


386 


20 


974 


28 


982 


21 


691 


25-963 


14 


864 


1891 


29,505,550 


22, 230, .582 


51,742,132 


7,814,559 


29 


684 


17 


827 


29 


431 


22 


098 


26 ■ 485 


15 


103 


1892 


28,562,050 


23,777.740 


52,339,790 


7,636,076 


30 


275 


18 


368 


29 


805 


22 


335 


26-735 


14 


589 


1893 


2.5,823,636, 24,922,455 


50,746,091 


6,960,951 


30 


854 


17 


759 


29 


992 


22 


264 


26 956 


13 


717 


1894 


25,795,538 


24, 383, 460 1 50,179,004 


0,897,395 


30 


522 


17 


753 


30 


056 


22 


559 


26-739 


13 


740 


1895 


29,101,646 


24,427,744' 5.3,529,390 


7,707,993 


29 


942 


19 


109 


30 


200 


22 


418 


26 093 


14 


512 


1896 


30,482,509 


20,540,833 


57,023,342 


8,147,075 


29 


967 


18 


613 


30 


093 


21 


106 


26 727 


14 


287 


1897 


38,063,960 


36,760,903 


74,824,923 


9,941,624 


29 


222 


17 


205 


29 


478 


20 


751 


26-118 


13 


287 


1898 


44,471, «24 


43,995,349 


88,407,173 


11,713,859 


28 


652 


17 


157 


26 


627 


19 


842 


26-339 


13 


241 


1899 


53,897,561 


48,182,610102,080,177 


13,491,873 


27 


634 


16 


715 


25 


583 


18 


235 


25-032 


13 


217 


1900 


53,600,278 


53,549,047 107,149,325 


13,311,750 


27 


427 


16 


355 


21 


748 


18 


322' 24-835 


12 


424 


1901 


60,181,808 


54,502,888 114,744,096 


15,15.5,136 


27 


265 


10 


466 


24 


027 


17 


188 


25-182 


13 


207 


1902 


68,538,323 


60,251,914 


128,790,237 


17,069,881 


27 


064 


16 


468 


23 


316 


16 


739 


24-905 


13 


254 


1903 



16 



TRADE AND COMMERCE 



3-4 EDWARD VII., A. 1904 



Jso. 5. — Statkment of the A'alues of Merchandise Entered for Consumption in Canada, 
the Imports and the Percentages of Imports from Great Britain 



IMPORTS ENTERED FOR 



Years. 



Total Imports. 



Imports from Great Britain . 



Dutiable. 



Free . 



1868 43,655,696 

1869 41,069,342 

1870 45,127,422 

1871 60,094,362 

1872 68,276,157 

1873 71,198,176 

1874 76,232,530 

1875 78,138,511 

1876 60,238,297 

1877 60,916,770 

1878 1 59,773,039 

1879 ' 55,426,836 

1880 54,182,967 

1881 71,620,725 

1882 i 85,757,433 

1883 91,588,339 

1884 80,010,498 

1885 73,269,618 



1886. 
1887. 
1888. 
1889 
1890 



70,6.58,819 
78,120,679 
69,645,824 
74,47.5,139 
77,106,286 



1891 74,536,036 



1892. 

1893 

1894 

1895. 

1896 

1897 

1898. 

1899. 

liMXt. 

1901. 

1902 



69,160,737 

69,873,571 

62,779,182 

58,557,655 

67,239,7591 

66,220,765 

74,625,088 

89,433,172 

104,346,795 

105.969,756 

118,657,496 



Totals. Dutiable. ' Free. Totals. 



1903 136,796,065j 



23,434,463 

22,085,599 
21,774,652 
24,120,026 
36,679,210 
.o3,310,9?3 
46,948,3571 
39,270,057 
32,274,810 
33,209,624 
.30,622,812; 
23,275,6831 
1.5,717,575 
18,867,6041 
2.5, 387, 751 j 
30,273,157; 
25,962,480, 
26,486,1571 
25,333,318 
26,986,5311 
31,025,804; 
34,623,057; 
34, .576, 287; 
36,997,918| 
45,999,676' 
45,297,259 
46,291,729 
42,118,236 
38,121,402 
40,397,062 
51,682,074 
59,913,287 
68,160,0a3 
71,730,938 
77,822,694 
88,017,654 



67,090,1591 

63,154,9411 

66,902,074 

84.214,388 

104,9.5.5,367 

124,509,129 

123,180,887 

117,408,-568 

92,513,107 

94,126,394 

90,395,851 

78,702,519 

69,900,542 

90,488,329 

111,145,184 

121,861,496 

105,972,978 

99,755,775 

95,992,1.37 

10.5,107,210 

100,671,628 

109.098,196 

111,682,573 

111,533,954 

115,160,413 

11.5,170,830 

109,070,911 

100,67.5,891 

105,361,161 

106,617,827 

126,.307,162; 

149,346,4.59 

172,506,878 

177,700,694 

196,480,190 

224,813,719 



28,284,194 
28,483,645 
30,022,948 
39,815,-5.50 
48,197,337 
47,443,203 
47,789,220; 
49,239,119; 
.^2,385, 482i 
32,916,776] 
32,139,783' 
27,075,637 
28,038,118' 
3.5,860,461! 
41,459,730' 
40,732,476! 
32,828,307! 
30,702,359' 
30,385,797, 
35,766,273 
30,848,116 
32,219,807 
33,267,721 
31,447,660 
30,831,809 
31,869,267 
27,49.3,160 
23,311,911 
24,366,179 
20,217,422 
22,556,479 
27,521,508 
31,-561,756 
31,701,654 
3.5,062,564 
42,210,165 



9,333,131 
7,013,119 
7,514,147 

8,682,652 

14,011,917 

20,553,742 

13,5.58,530 

11,107,948 

8,100,578 

6,414,845 

5,112,986 

3,892,223 

5,726,321 

7,024,681 

8,896,538 

10,947,286 

9,096,814 

9,329,089 

8,647,209 

8,975,077 

8,319,528 

10,031,382 

10,009,288! 

10,571,2831 

10,231,902; 

10,660,073 

9,542,803' 

7,747,421 

8,458,326 

9,183,766] 

9,486,982| 

9,409,8151 

12,718,227; 

11,118,3411 

13,960,162 

16,582,873 



37,617,325 
35,496,764 
37,537,095 
48,498,202 
62,209,254 
67,996,945 
61,347,750 
60,347,067 
40,486,060 
30,331,621 
37,252.769 
30,967,860 
33,764,439 
42,885,142 
50.3.56,268 
.51,679,762 
41,925,121 
40,031,448 
39,0-33,000 
44,741,350 
39,167,644 
42,251,189 
43,277,009 
42,018,943 
41,063,711 
42,-529,340 
37,035,963 
31,059,332 
32,824,505 
29,401,188 
32,043,461 
36,931,323 
44,279,983 
42,819,995 
49,022,726 
.5K,793,0aS 



i STATISTICAL AND FINANCIAL STATEMENTS 17 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 10 

during the Fiscal Years ended June 30, 186S to 1903, inclusive, showing in each (;ase 
and the United States, respectively. 

CONSUMPTION, MERCHANDISE ONLY. 











Percentages of 


Imports 


FRO.M 






Impout.'^ 


FKOM UnITE^^ SiTATf-j 






















Great Britain. 


United States. 






















Years. 


Dutiable. 


Free . 


Totals. 


0) 

3q 


o . 


Imports 
ritain to 
[Imports 




O 

H 

o , 


Imports 
States to 
[Imports 








+^ ,__, 


Oi 


-Hp2 :« 




*"* D 


.-'^^ c8 










5 =« 


ai s> 


c^ -*-* 


■sii 


OJ <v 


=« -S 










Q *^ 


<V I" 


-t^ • O 




(V ti 


.IJ. • O 










e3 


£^ 


^-JH 


«l 




ofDH 




$ 


$ 


$ 


p. c. 


p. c. 


p. c. 


p. c. 


p. C. 


p. c. 




10,014,304 


12,645,828 


22,660,132 


64 


78 


39 


82 


56 


06 


22-93 


53-96 


33-77 


1868. 


7,7113,748 


13,703,632 


21,497,380 


69 


35 


31 


75 


56 


20 


18 


97 


62 


04 


34 


03 


1869. 


8,698,845 


12,998,392 


21,697,237 


66 


52 


34 


50 


56 


10 


19 


27 


59 


69 


32 


43 


1870. 


14,085,383 


13,100,203 


27,185,586 


66 


25 


35 


99 


57 


58 


23 


43 


54 


31 


32 


28 


1871. 


13,271,042 


20,470,953 


33.741,995 


70 


59 


38 


20 


59 


27 


19 


43 


55 


81 


32 


14 


1872. 


16,678,805 


28,510,305 


45,189,110 


66 


63 


38 


55 


54 


61 


23 


42 


53 


47 


36 


29 


1873. 


21,103,356 


30,681,798 


51,785,154 


62 


68 


28 


87 


49 


80 


27 


68 


65 


35 


42 


03 


1874. 


22,023,665 


26,569,145 


48,592,810 


63 


01 


28 


28 


51 


39 


28 


18 


67 


65 


41 


38 


1875. 


21,334,613 


22,758,460 


44,093,073 


53 


76 


25 


09 


43 


76 


35 


41 


70 


51 


47 


66 


1876. 


23,510,846 


25,865,162 


49,376,008 


54 


03 


19 


31 


41 


78 


38 


.59 


77 


88 


52 


45 


1877. 


23,464,503 


24,538,371 


48,002,874 


53 


76 


16 


69 


41 


21 


39 


25 


80 


.13 


53 


10 


1878. 


23,806,551 


18,366,849 


42,173,400 


48 


84 


16 


72 


39 


34 


42 


95 


78 


91 


53 


58 


1879. 


19,566,567 


8,627,216 


28,193,783 


51 


74 


36 


43 


48 


30 


36 


11 


54 


8S 


40 


33 


1880. 


25,632,313 


10,706,388 


36,338,701 


50 


06 


37 


23 


47 


39 


35 


78 


56 


74 


40 


15 


1881. 


32,941,061 


14,111,874 


47,052,935 


48 


34 


35 


04 


45 


30 


38 


41 


55 


58 


42 


33 


1882. 


38,652,045 


16,495,198 


55,147,243 


44 


47 


36 


16 


42 


40 


42 


20 


54 


48 


45 


25 


1883. 


35,796,697 


13,989,191 


49,78.5,888 


41 


02 


35 


03 


39 


56 


44 


74 


53 


88 


46 


97 


1884. 


31,231,947 


14, 344,. 563 


45,576,510 


41 


90 


35 


22 


40 


12 


42 


62 


54 


12 


45 


68 


1885. 


29,659,876 


13,1.59,775 


42,819,651 


43 


00 


34 


13 


40 


66 


41 


97 


51 


94 


44 


60 


1886. 


30,570,609 


14,225,299 


44,795,908 


45 


78 


33 


25 


42 


56 


39 


13 


52 


71 


42 


61 


1887. 


27,097,680 


19,342,616 


46,440,296 


44 


29 


26 


81 


38 


90 


38 


90 


62 


34 


46 


13 


1888. 


28,982,283 


21,047,136 


50,029,419 


43 


26 


28 


97 


38 


73 


38 


91 


60 


79 


45 


86 


1889. 


30,575,397 


20,790,264 


51,365,661 


43 


15 


28 


95 


38 


75 


39 


65 


60 


13 


45 


99 


1890. 


29,790,402 


22,243,075 


52,033,477 


42 


19 


28 


57 


37 


67 


39 


97 


60 


12 


46 


65 


1891. 


29,505,550 


22,236,582 


51,742,132 


44 


58 


22 


24 


35 


66 


42 


66 


48 


34 


44 


90 


1892. 


28,562,050 


23,777,746 


52,339,796 


45 


61 


23 


53 


36 


92 


40 


88 


52 


49 


45 


44 


1893. 


25,823,636 


24,922,455 


.50,746,091 


43 


79 


20 


61 


33 


96 


41 


13 


53 


84 


46 


52 


1894. 


25,795,538 


24,383,466 


50,179,004 


39 


81 


18 


39 


30 


85 


44 


05 


57 


79 


49 


84 


1895. 


29,101,646 


24,427,744 


53,529,390 


36 


24 


22 


19 


31 


15 


43 


28 


64 


07 


50 


80 


1896. 


30,482,509 


26,540,833 


57,023,342 


30 


53 


22 


73 


27 


5S 


46 


03 


65 


69 


53 


48 


1897. 


38,063,960 


36,760,963 


74,824,923 


30 


23 


18 


35 


25 


36 


51 


00 


71 


13 


59 


24 


1898. 


44,471,824 


43,995,349 


88,467.173 


30 


77 


15 


70 


24 


72 


49 


73 


73 


43 


59 


24 


1899. 


53,897,561 


48,182,616 


102,080,177 


30 


25 


18 


66 


25 


66 


51 


65 


70 


69 


. 59 


17 


1900. 


53,600,278 


53,549,047 


107,149,325 


29 


92 


15 


50 


24 


10 


50 


58 


74 


66 


60 


30 


1901. 


60,181,808 


54,562,888 


114,744,696 


29 


54 


17 


94 


24 


95 


50 


72 


70- 


11 


58 


40 


1902. 


68,538,323 


60,251,914 


128,790,237 


30-85 


18-84 


26 -15 


50 10 


68 -46 


57-29 1 


1903. 



10- 



18 



TRADE AND COMMERCE 



3-4 EDWARD VII., A. 1904 

No. 6. — Statement of the Values of Merchandise Exported from Canada during the 

and Percentages of Exports to Great 



EXPORTS, MER 



Years, 



1868.. 

1869. 

1870 

1871. 

1872. 

1873. 

1874. 

1875. 

1876. 

1877. 

1878. 

1879 

1880. 

1881 

1882. 

1883. 

1884. 

1885. 

1886. 

1887. 

1888. 

1889. 

1890. 

1891 

1892. 

1893. 

1894. 

1895 

1896 

1897. 

1898 

1899 

1900. 

1901. 

1902. 

1903. 



Total Exports. 



* Home 
Produce. 



P'oreign 
Produce. 



Totals. 



S 

45,543,177 

49,323,304 

56,081,192 

5.5,181,356 

62,944,027 

73.245,606 

73,926,748 

67,490,893 

69,861,849 

6.5.864,880 

6.5,740,134 

60,089.578 

70,096,1'Jl 

80,921,379 

90,042,711 

84,285,707 

77,132,079 

76,183,518 

74,975,.506 

77,964,020 

78,297,750 

77,201,804 

82,335,514 

8.5,757,744 

95,684,2.531 

102,006,490 

100,586,853 

99,-528,351 

106,. 378, 752 

119,685,410 

139,920,932 

132,801,262 

163,510,790 

177,431,386 

196,019,763 

214,401,674 



4,196,821 

3,855,801 

6,527,622 

9,853,244 

12,798,182 

9,40.5,910 

10,614,096 

7.1.37,319 

7,234,961 

7,111,108 

11,164,878 

8,3.55,644 

13,24(t,006 

13,375,117 

7,628,453 

9,751,773 

9,389,106 

8,079,646 

7,438,079 

8, .549, 333 

8,803,394 

6,938,455 

9,051,781 

8,798,631 

13,121,791 

8,941,856 

11,833,805 

6,485,043 

6,606,738 

10,825,163 

14,980,883 

17,.520,088 

14,26.5,254 

17,077,757 

13,951,101 

10,828.087 



49,739,9981 
53,179,105 
62,608,8141 
65,034,600! 
75,742,209! 
82, 651, 516 j 
84,540,8441 
74,628,212 
77,096,810 
72,975,9881 
76,90.5,012 
68,44.5,2221 
83,336,197! 
94,296,496 
97,671,164 
94,0.37,480 
86,521.185 
84,263,164 
82,413,585. 
86, .513, 353 
87,101,144' 
84,140,259, 
91,387,295 
94,.556,.375 
108,806,044 
110,948.346 
112,420,658 
106,013,394 
112,985,490 
130,510,573 
154,901,815 
150,321,-350 
177,776,044 
194,509,143 
209,970,864 
225,229,761 



Exports to Great Brit.ai.v. 



Home 
Produce. 



Foreign 
Produce. 



17,905,808 
20,486,389 
22,512,991 
21,733,.556 
2.5,223,785 
31,402,234 
35,769,1901 
34.199,134 
34,379,005, 
-35,491,671 
35,861,110: 
29,393,424 
3.5,208,031! 
42,637,219 
39,816,813 
.39,5.38,0671 
37,410,870 
36,479,051 
.3(), 694, 263: 
38,714,-331 
3-3,648,284 
33,504,281 
41,499,149; 
4-3,243,784 
54,949,055 
58,409,606 
60,878,0.56 
57, 903, .564 
62,717,941 
69,5-33,8,52 
93,065,019 
8.5,113,681 
96,562,875 
92,857,525 
109,-347,345 
125,199,980 



Totals. 



7,257,277 

9,10.5,400 

5,782,857 

6,303,4.59 

6,03.5,619 

10, 0.56, .583 

6,873,695 

10,606,095 

11,110,1.51 

5,457,117 

7,473,113 

6,324,767 

5,392,940 

4,846,041 

5,856,981 

6,436,700 

4,.583,770 

6,854,545 

6,037,074 

9,957,494 

5,670,887 

7,660,800 

3,95.3,426 

3,971,-312 

7,693,6.50 

11,933,799 

13,973,-300 

11.173,093 

12,471,431 

7,970,876 

6,002,118 



38,6.59,511 
44,874,590 
39,981,991 
40,682,464 
41,527,290 
4.5,917,693 
36,267,119 
4.5,814,126 
53,747,370 
45,273,930 
47,011,180 
43,735,637 
41,871,991 
41,540,304 
44, .571, 312 
40,084,984 
.38,088,051 
48,353,694 
49,280,858 
64,906,549 
64,080,493 
68,538,856 
61,856,990 
66,089,253 
77,227,.502 
104,998,818 
99,086,981 
107,735,968 
105,328,956 
1 17,. 31 s, 221 
131,202,098 



* Estimated amount short reported not included. 
+ Figures not available. 



i STATISTICAL AND FINANCIAL STATEMENTS W 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 10 

Fiscal Years ended June 30, 1868 to 1903, inclusive, showing in each case the Exports 
Britain and tlie United States, respectively. 

CHANDISE ONLY. 



Exports to United 


States 




Percent.\ges of Exports to 












Gre 

S 05 1 


at Britain. 


United States. 






S 


* 1 


"S 


s ^ \ 


8 8 1 


.2 . 


Years. 


*Honie ■ 
Produce. 


Foreign 
Produce. 


Totals. 


duce 

il 

oduc 


rodu 

tal 

'rodu 


ports 

tain 

ports 


duce 

il 

oduc 


rodu 

tal 

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ports 
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O OJ o 


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-^ o 










a w 


o o 


H^H 


p. c. 


O O 

p.p. 


H^H 




$ 


$ 


-S 


P.O. 


p. c. 


p. c. 


p. c. 




22.387,846 






39-31 






49 


15 






1868 


23,640,188 






41 -.53 






47 


92 






1869 


27,398,930 


t 


1- 


40 14 


t 


t 


48 


85 


t 


■ t 


1870 


26,715,690 






39-38 






48 


41 






1871 


29,984,440 






40-07 






47 


63 






1872 


33,421,725 


1,517,871 


34,939,-596 


42-87 


77 


15 


46 


77 


45 


62 


16 


13 


42 


27 


1873 


30,380,556 


1,183,194 


31,563,750 


48-38 


85 


78 


53 


08 


41 


09 


n 


15 


37 


33 


1874 


25,683,818 


1,020,307 


26,704,125 


50-67 


81 


02 


53 


57 


38 


05 


14 


29 


35 


78 


1875 


27,451,150 


653,701 


28,104,851 


49-21 


87 


12 


52 


76 


39 


29 


9 


03 


36 


45 


1876 


22,160,666 


758,513 


22,919,179 


53-88 


84 


87 


56 


90 


33 


64 


10 


66 


31 


40 


1877 


22,131,343 


719,096 


22,850,439 


.54-55 


90 


07 


59 


70 


33 


66 


6 


44 


29 


71 


1878 


23,149,909 


1,007,218 


24,157,127 


48-91 


82 


26 


52 


98 


38 


52 


12 


05 


35 


29 


1879 


26,762,705 


2,043,879 


28,806,584 


50-22 


80 


10 


54 


97 


38 


18 


15 


43 


34 


56 


1880 


31,015,109 


1,863,989 


32,879,098 


52-69 


83 


06 


56 


99 


38 


32 


13 


93 


34 


86 


1881 


41,687,638 


1,787,565 


43,475,203 


44.21 


71 


53 


46 


35 


46 


29 


23 


43 


44 


51 


1882 


36,096,501 


1,657,935 


37,7.54,436 


46-90 


76 


63 


49 


99 


42 


82 


17 


00 


40 


15 


1883 


.31,631,622 


2,324.197 


33,95.5,819 


48 -.50 


67 


36 


50 


54 


41 


09 


24 


75 


9 


24 


1884 


32,618,593 


2,164,658 


34,783,251 


47-88 


66 


74 


49 


69 


42 


81 


26 


79 


41 


27 


1885 ■ 


31,503,292 


2,244,179 


33,747,471 


48-94 


65 


15 


50 


40 


42 


01 


30 


17 


40 


94 


1886 


32,273,033 


2,385,242 


34,658,275 


49-65 


68 


50 


51 


51 


41 


39 


27 


89 


40 


06 


1887 


37,32.3,161 


2,147,048 


39,470,209 


42-97 


73 


11 


46 


02 


47 


67 


24 


38 


45 


31 


1888 


36,449,288 


2,041,283 


38,490,571 


43-39 


66 


06 


45 


27 


47 


21 


29 


41 


45 


73 


1889 


33,291,207 


1,869,749 


3.5,160,956 


50-40 


75 


72 


52 


91 


40 


43 


20 


65 


38 


47 


1890 


34,829,4.36 


2,451,136 


37,280,572 


50-42 


68 


61 


52 


12 


40 


61 


27 


85 


39 


43 


1891 


31,317,857 


2,512,839 


33,830,696 


57-42 


75 


80 


59 


65 


32 


73 


19 


15 


31 


09 


1892 


33,813,802 


2,493,202 


36,307,004 


57-26 


63 


41 


57 


76 


33 


15 


27 


88 


32 


73 


1893 


29,297,598 


1,408,051 


30,705,649 


60-53 


64 


73 


60 


96 


29 


13 


11 


89 


27 


31 


1894 


32,303,773 


1,860,794 


34,164,567 


58-18 


60 


96 


58 


35 


32 


46 


28 


69 


32 


22 


1895 


34,460,428 


1,960,740 


36,421,168 


58-95 


60 


11 


59 


02 


32 


39 


29 


67 


32 


23 


1896 


39,717,057 


2,216,735 


41,933,792 


58-09 


71 


07 


59 


17 


33 


19 


20 


47 


32 


13 


1897 


34,361,795 


2,092,712 


36,454,507 


66-51 


79 


66 


67 


78 


24 


-56 


13 


96 


23 


53 


1898 


34.766,955 
52,534,977 


1,795,885 


36,562,840 


64-09 


79 


76 


65 


92 


26 


-18 


10 


25 


24 


32 


1899 


1,966,417 


54,501,394 


59 06 


78 


32 


60 


60 


32 


-13 


13 


78 


30 


66 


1900 


67,983,673 


2,423,168 


70,406,841 


.52-33 


73 


03 


54 


15 


38 


-32 


11 


19 


36 


20 


1901 


66,567,784 


2,994,448 


69,562,232 


55-78 


57 


13 


55 


87 


33 


-95 


21 


47 


33 


13 


1902 


67,766,367 


3,443,602 


71,209,969 


58-39 


55-43 


58-25 


31-60 


31-80 


31-61 


1903 



10— i— 21 



20 TRADE AND COMMERCE i 

3-4 EDWARD VII., A. 1904 
No. 7. — Statement of the Values of Goods Imported for Home Consumption into Canada 



Countries. 



12 
13 
14 
15] 
161 
17 
18l 
19! 
20 
21 
22 
23 
24 
25 
26 
27 
28, 
29; 
30 
31 
32 
33 1 
34 
35 
36 
371 
38 
39 1 
40 

41 
42 
43 
44 
45 
46 
47 
48 
49 



British Empire. 

Great Britain 

British Africa 

British Australasia — 
Australian Commonwealth , 

New Zealand 

British East Indies 

M Guiana 

M West Indies 

Fiji 

Hong Kung . . . . . . 

Newfoundland 

All other 

Totals, British Empire. . 



Foreign Countries. 



Arabia 

Argentine Republic 

Austria- Hungary 

Belgium 

Brazil . 

Central American States 

Chile 

China 

Denmark 

Dutch East Indies 

Egypt 

France . . . . . . 

French Possesbions in Africa . . 

Germany 

Greece 

Hawaii 

Hayti 

Holland 

Italv 



1899. 



1900. 



Dutiable. Free. 



Totals. Dutiable. Free. 



27,521,.508! 
394' 



308,350 

109,301 
34,349 

782,499 



S 
9,409,815 
98,518 

85,816 
706,0.58 

164'910 



S ' $ I $ 
36,931,323 31,561,756 12,718,227 
98,912 205 87,700 



9,633 

5,405 

761 



512 

488, .521 

3,751 



394,166 349,692 

815,359 88,367 

34,349 67,386 

947,409 654,909 



211,192 

1,220,280 

274 

146,704 



10,145 

493,926 

4,512 



115,339 

12,303 

172: 



2,280 

62.5,141 

1,095 



28,772,200 10,957,901' 39,730,101 32,8.50,129! 1,5,012,893 



269,2.52 
2,223,479 



366,192 

308 

147,664 

5,188 

3,341,-369 

455 

6,669,099 

182,984 

798 



Japan 

Mexico 

Norway and Sweden . . 

Persia 

Peru 

Philippines 

Portugal 

Russia 

St. Pierre 

Spain 

Switzerland 

Turkey 

United States 

Uruguay 

Venezuela 

West Indies, American. 

II Cuban . . . 

II Danish . . . . 
All other 



Totals, Foreign Countries.. 60,6()0,972 



317,529 

283,0571 

474,2661 

3,736 

34,971 

8,773 

86,110 



.59,195 

6,758 

1,813 

527,508 

560,220 

136,388 

44,471,824 



10,703, 

782,904 

6,631 

9.5,244 

102,294 

34,550 

38,976 

385,198 

1,974 

4,900 

74 

547 926 

2,702] 

723,0071 

6,675 

14' 

182,864 

112,542 

1,543,841 

41,162 

3,841 

25 



10,703 

782,904 

275,883 

2,318,723 

102,294 

34,550 

.38,976 

751,390 

2,282 

152,564 

.5,262 

3,889,295 

3,1.57 

7,392,106 

182.984 

7,473 

14 

500,393 

395,599 

2,018,107 

44,898 

38,812 

8,773 

86,135 



.517 \ 

63' 

222,103 

3,092,514 



21t;,998 

686 

13,921 

4,598 

3,503,609 

425 

7.465,447 

'203,905 



Totals. 



44,279,983 
87.905 

560,884 

1,309,761 

67,660 

800,499 



117,619 

637,444 

1,267 



4,101 
157,223 
3,864 
6,974 
8,548! 
6,221 
43,995,349j 



63,296 
163,981 
5,677 
534,482 
568,768 
142,609 
88,467,173 



399,266 

115,071 

449,991 

4,924 

.58,951 

5,611 



5,416 

.571,206 

5,991 

131,404 

231,358 

48,11; 

28,18; 

412,731 

13,498 

9,638 

864^637 

' 918^ Osi 

983 

2,414 



180,316 

29,502 

1,301,424 

51.294 

673 



173 



542; 

366,4231 

8,175! 
106,896 



122,769 


123,311 


7,792 


374,215 


462 
14,036 


8,637 
120,932 



13,255 

68,321 

1.5,804 

l,!-08 

.551,704 

.517,305 

163,556 

53,897,561' 



688 ! 

r 294,0.53, 

\ 207,850 

50; 

6,111! 



4,464 
8,855 
4,145 
8,997 

11,871 

1,354 

48,182,616 

22,016 

67,603 
4,679 
9,582 
1,079 

12,923 



47,86S,022 



5,933 

571,269 

228,094 

3,22.3,918 

231,358 

48,112 

28,185 

629,729 

14,184 

23,5.59 

4.598 

4,-368,246 

425 

8,.383,498 

204,888 

2,414 



579,.582 

144,573 

1,751,415 

.56,218 

59,624 

5,611 

173 

13,255 

72,785 

24,659 

5,953 

.560,701 

.529,176 

164,910 

102,080,177 

22,016 

68,291 

298,732 

217,432 

1,129 

19.034 



Totals (mdse.) 89,433,172 



Coin and bullion- 
Great Britam. . . . 
United States . . . 
Other Countries 



Totals ... . 
Grand totals . 



89,433,1*2 



48,955,386 109,616,358; 71,496,666: 53,147,190, 124,643,856 



59,913,287, 149,346,459 104,346,795 68,160,0831 172,506,878 



128,800 

4,539,993 

36,341 



4,705,134 



64,618,421 



128,800 ' .509,747 509,747 

4,539,993 7,764,201 7,764,201 

36,341 2.3,490 23,490 



4,705,134; 8,297,438 8,297,4.38 



154,051,593 104,.346, 795 76,457,521 180,804,316 



i STATISTICAL AND FINANCIAL STATEMENTS 21 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 10 
from the following Countries during the Fiscal Years ended June 30, 1899 to 1903. 





1901. 






1902. 




1903. 




Dutiable. 


Free. 


Totals. 


Dutiable. 


Free. 


Totals. 


Dutiable. 


Free. 


Totals. 




■S 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 




31,701,654 


11,118,341 


42,819,995 


35,062,564 


13,960,162 


49,022,726 


42,210,165 


16,582,873 


58,793,038 


1 


566 


90,121 


90,687 


1 


15,797 


15,798 


158 


48,9(53 


49,121 


2 


904 717 


131 750 


426,467 


r 39,960 


112,923 


1.52,883 


14,225 


82,684 


96,909 


3 






(. 142 


4,038 


4,180 


301 


41,876 


42,177 


4 


304,756 


1,066,104 


1,370,860 


433,596 


1,185,787 


1,619, ,383 


.393,135 


1,74.3,943 


2,137,078 


5 


77,039 


348 


77,387 


139,341 


86 


139,427 


602,863 


1,456 


604,-319 


6 


1,03.3,304 


164,718 


1,198,022 


■ 1,382,018 


227,114 


1,609,1.32 


1,572,896 
45,764 


22.5,862 


1,798,758 
45,764 


7 


29,972 


12,209 


42,181 


10,664 


5, .506 


16,170 


1.32,272 


7,i34 


139,406 


9 


4,554 


620,014 


624,568 


34,135 


1,027,525 


1,061,660 


9,131 


1,131,447 


1,140,578 


10 


494 


2,228 


2,722 


1,142 


4,554 


5,096 


1,334 




1,334 


11 


33,447,056 


13,205,833 


46,652,889 


37,103,563 


16,543,492 


53,647,055 


44,982,244 


19,866,238 


64,848,482 




59 


13,716 


13,775 


5 


13,127 


13,132 


1,907 


14,294 


16,201 


12 


1 


263,352 


263,353 


500 


448,123 


448,623 


381 


890,723 


891,104 


13 


278,768 


7,469 


28(3,237 


2.30, 89B 


9,717 


240,613 


315,799 


40,744 


356,543 


14 


3.606,361 


222,089 


3,828,450 


1,436,842 


274,757 


1,711,599 


2,050,197 


749,985 


2,800,182 


15 


2,709 


344,846 


347,555 


451 


466,158 


466,609 


1,319 


265,738 


267,057 


16 


8 


29,330 


29,338 




26,100 


26,100 


105 


50,962 


51,067 


17 










13,494 


13,494 




100, .503 


100, .503 


18 


252, 67i 


578,246 


830,917 


293,405 


192,705 


489,110 


214,304 


297,172 


.511,476 


19 


2,604 


8,721 


11,325 


1,206 


7,746 


8,952 


3,315 


9,951 


13,266 


20 


135,621 


11,638 


147,259 


419,209 


7,351 


426,560 


440,320 


7,868 


448,188 


21 


10,296 


1,370 


11,666 


14,429 


26 


14,4.55 


18,619 


131 


18,7.50 


22 


4,569,0(;0 


828,733 


5,397,793 


5, .546,876 


1,125,270 


6,672,146 


5,159,258 


1,420,771 


6, .580, 029 


23 


■ 77 


69,573 


69,650 


156 


169,129 


1(;9,2S5 


256 


118,834 


119,090 


24 


6,121,190 


898,910 


7,020,100 


9,078,402 


1,744,767 


10,823,169 


10,444,848 


1,837,789 


12,282,637 


25 


155,641 


21 


155,662 


218,718 


30 


218,748 


205,668 


35 


205,703 


26 


872 


6,338 


7,210 




15,055 


15,055 


7 


3,159 


3,166 


27 




7 


7 




2,192 


2,192 


1 


156 


157 


28 


54(3,264 


2.51,198 


797,462 


513,279 


362,336 


875,615 


604.436 


666,104 


1,270,540 


29 


2.31,6.53 


9.5,648 


327,301 


548,851 


177,891 


726,742 


413,144 


128,641 


541,785 


.30 


525,974 


1,093,128 


1,619,102 


531,230 


964,536 


1,495,766 


681,669 


746,747 


1,428,416 


31 


11,698 


4,302 


16,000 


29,156 


83,022 


112,178 


3.5,273 


88,060 


123,333 


.32 


51,029 


4,313 


58,342 


56,078 


4,400 


60,478 


43,417 


35,456 


78,873 


.33 


18,034 




18,034 


4,296 




4,290 


10,393 




10,393 


34 


291,010 


12 


291,022 


2.35,314 




235,314 


80,343 




80,343 


35 


10,615 


20 


10,635 


9,832 


124 


9,956 


11,486 




11,486 


36 


91,626 


4,678 


96,304 


111,333 


18,046 


129,379 


113,142 


16,050 


129,192 


37 


27,899 


27,670 


55.569 


28,909 


75,576 


104,485 


38,937 


166,674 


205,611 


38 


1,414 


3,502 


4,916 


1,427 


1,590 


3,017 


2,326 


2,277 


4,(303 


.39 


698,312 


44,227 


742,5.39 


620,985 


73,985 


694,970 


749,074 


74,870 


823,944 


40 


590,056 


12,602 


602,(358 


746,989 


18,021 


765,010 


924,541 


20,186 


944,727 


41 


158,932 


4,434 


163,366 


162,9(30 


29,788 


192,748 


J63,939 


65,088 


229,027 


42 


63,600,278 


53,549,047 


107,149,325 


60,181,808 


54,562,888 


114,744,696 


68,538,323 


60,251,914 


128,790,237 


43 




5,260 


5,260 




292,804 


292,804 








44 


176 


60,133 


60,309 




62,803 


62,803 


198 


43,148 


43,346 


45 


269,042 


309 


269,351 


282,289 


613 


282,902 


300,857 


2,104 


302,961 


46 


257,318 


73,804 


331,122 


240,932 


32,904 


273, 83() 


239,571 


32,648 


272,219 


47 


2,230 


153 


2,383 


3,617 




3,617 


4,257 




4,2.57 


48 


202 


6,306 


6,508 


553 


2,128 


2,681 


2,191 


2,634 


4,825 


49 


72,522,700 


58,525,105 


131,047,805 


81,. 553, 933 


61,279,202 


142,833,135 


91,813,821 


68,151,416 


159,905,237 




10.5,969,756 


71,730,938 


177,700,694 


118,657,496 


77,822,694 


196,480,190 


136,796,065 


88,017,654 


224,813,719 






198,169 


198,169 




191,036 


191,036 




103,863 


103,863 






3,335,683 


3,335,683 




6,062,354 


(i, 062, 354 




8,814,958 


8,814,9.58 
57,976 






3,442 


3,442 




58,015 


.58,015 




.57,976 












3,537,294 


3,537,294 




6,311,405 


6,311,405 
202,791,595 




8,976,797 


8,976,797 




10.5,969,756 


75,268,232 


181,237,988 


118,657,496 


84,134,099 


136,796,065 


96,994,451 


233,790,516 





22 



TRADE AND COMMERCE 



3-4 EDWARD VII., A. 1904 
No, 8. — -Statement of the Values of Goods Imported into Canada from the 



Countries. 



1899. 



Dutiable. 



Free. 



Totals. Dutiable. 



1900. 



Free. 



Totals 



British Empire. 

( i reat Britain 

Briti.sh Africa 

British Australasia- 
Australian Commonwealth. . 

New Zealand 

British East Indies 

II Guiana 

ir West Indies 

Fiji 

Hong Kong . . . . . 

Newfoundland 

All other 



27,450,325 
394 



477,591 

114,6.33 

46,576 

741,563 



9,633 

6,482 

751 



Totals, British Empire 

Foreiiin Countries. 

Argentine Reijublic 

Austria-Hvmgarj' 

Belgium 

Brazil 

Central American States.. . 

Chile 

China 

Denmark 

Dutch East Indies 

Egypt 

France 

French Afri(-a 

Germany 

Greece 

Hawaii 

Holland 

Italy 

Japan 

Mexico 

Norway and Sweden 

Peru 

Philip])ines 

Portugal 

Russia 

St. Pierre 

Spain 

Switzerland 

Turkey 

United States 

Uruguay 

Venezuela , 

West Indies, American. . 

11 Cuban ..... 

11 Danish. . . . 
All other 



28,847,948 



251,146 
2,215,951 



370,844 

355 

146,806 

5,388 

3,333,259 

598 

6.648. 14(i 

].sS,7!« 

1,583 

346,005 

436,068 

466,216 

4,947 

35.284 



S 

9,366,340 

98,518 

I 

85,359 

706,058 



164,842 



36,816.665! 
98,912 

.562,950j 

820,691 

46,576 

906,405 



32,286,1981 
205 1 

I 

449,606| 

99,66; 

85,032 

732,235 



12,676,349 
87,700 



44,962,547 
87,905 



210,805 6G0,411 

1,219,010 1,318,673 

274 S5,30r> 

146,382 87.s,617 



512 

488, .521 
3,751 



10,145 

495,003 

4,.502 



118,.363| 
11,8.551 

155| 



2,280, 

02.5,141 

1,095 



120,643 

63(),996 

1,250 



10,913,901 39,761,849 33,783,-312 14,969,036 48,752,348 



63,400 

6,758 

.36, .569 

506,147 

557,997 

146,898 

53,281,683 



931 



I 423,004 

8,439 
18,470 



Totals, Foreign Countries... . 69,501,685 48,795,640 



782,904 

6,631] 

95,3791 

102,2941 

34,550 

38,976 

385,1441 

1,974 

4,900 

60 

546,6131 

2,702] 

733,003 

(3/>75: 

189,433 

112, .542 

1,543,531 

44, 154 1 
3,8411 

25 



782,904 

257,777 

2,311,330 

102,294 

34,550 

38,976 

75.5,988 

2,329 

151,706 

5,448 

3,879,872 

3,300 

7,381,149 

188,793 

8.258 

.535,4.38 

548,610 

2,009,747 

49,101 

39,125 

25 



63 

228,668: 

3,170,7241 



211,730 
792 



5, .51 7 

3,601,420 

39.5 

7,770,294 

219,.564 



401,285' 

269,5.38 

461,319 

4, .597 

59,327 



4,101! 
157,2231 
3,864; 
6,871 
8,.548! 
6, 221 1 
43,821,274 



67,-501 
163,981 

40,433 

513,018 

5K6.545 

l-53;il9 

97,102,9.57 



14,. 584 i 

68,9301 

1.5, 804 1 

43,723 

5.54,145 

530, (i80 

165,001, 

60,819,752 



122,769 

4,974j 

462 
24,002 



123,700 



6S8 
/ 309,856 



427,978 -. 22o!291 



8,901 
42,472 



Totals (nidse) i 98,349,633] 59,709,541 



Coin and bullion :- 
Great Britain . . 
United States. . . 
Other Countrie.s. 



Totals 



Granil totals 



98,349,6.33 



128,800 

4,539,993 

.36,341 



4,705,134 



64,414,675 



118,297,-325 



11,820 



571,206 

5, 991 1 

131,027 

231,-358; 

48.112' 

2iS,185 

412, 7(»:^ 

13,498 

9,638 

863,262 

93(;,.347 

966 

2,414 

216.897 

29,502 

1,301,215 

52,097 

673 

173 

4,464 

s,sr>5 

4,145 

8,927 
11,871 

1,454 

48,388,601 

22,016 

67,603 

3,890 
15,035 

1,079 
18,339 



79,160,584 53,412,143 



158,059,174 112,943,896j 68,381,179 



128,800 

4,539,9931 

36,341] 



4,705,134 



162,764,-308 112,943,896 



509,747 

7,764,2.11 

23,490 



8,297,438 



571,269 

234,659 

3,301,751 

231,358 

48,112 

28,185 

624,433 

14, 2; 10 

9,(i3S 

.5,517 

4,464,682 

395 

8,706,641 

220,530 

2,414 

61 S, 182 

2; 19, 040 

1,762,,5.34 

57.294 

()0,000 

173 

14,.5S4 

7:-;.394 

;7,Mis 

.563,072 

542, .5.51 

16(1,455 

109,208,3.53 

22,016 

68.291 

313,746 

23.5,326 

1,156 

30,159 



132,572,727 



181,325,075 



509,747 

7,764,201 

23,490 



8,297,4.38 



76,678,617 189,622,-513 



i STATISTICAL AND FINANCIAL STATEMENTS 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 10 
following Countries during |he Fiscal Years ended June 30, 1899 to 1903. 




31,8(;8,.S10 11,097,818 

574' 90,121 
I 

33,972 i 130,444 

308,083' 1,066,093 

125, .382 .300 

1,115,397 164,555 



2^, 506 1 

4,590 

724 



10,041 
620,014 

2,228 



33,436,144' 13,181,614 



28i,918i 

3,561,218i 

2,709, 

8 



263,352 

7,469 

222,701 

344,846 

29„330 



267,135 

2.646 

313,159 

10,644 

4,075,765 

205 

5,780,918 

139,238 

817, 

588,800 

448,294 

528,725 

13,423 

54,373 

413,373 

14,987 

96, 133 1 

33,900 

2,621 

709,353 

595,114 

144,509 

62,823,001 

176 

237,311 

266,865 

1,725 

19,360 



577,448 

8,721 

11,638 

1,370 

827,412 

69,573 

897,011 



82,088,514 



115,574,658 



115,574,658 



6,338 

251,196 

95,048 

1,092,140 

4,337 

4,309 

12 

20 

4,642 

27,670' 

3,502 

44,058 

12,602 

4,437 

'53,148,031 

5,260 

60,133 

63 

76,509 

153 

20,029 



42,906,128 
90,695 

164,416 

1,374,776 

125,682 

1,279,952 



38,547 

624,610 

2,952 



35,.329,879i 13,914,473 
1 1.5,79 



f 40.714 

\ 142 

407,718 

171,071 

1,302,242 



46,667,758 



263,353 
• 289, .^87 
3,783.919 

347,555 
29,338 



6,062 

.35,302 

1,290 



37,294,421 



844,583 

11,307 

324,797 

12,014 

5,503,177 

09,778 

6,677,959 

139,238 

7,1.55 

839,995 

54.3,942 

1,620,865 

17,760 

58,682 

413,385 

15,007 

100,775 

61,570 

6,123 

813,411 

607,716 

148,940 

115,971,092 

5,260 

60,309 

237,374 

.343,374 

1,878 

39,389 



500 

231,850 

1,390,918 

451 



112,343 
4,038 

1,185,787 

70 

220,928 



4,388 

1,027,525 

4,554 



16,495,903 



298,226 

1,091 

699,866 

15,395 

5,791,812 



448,123 

9,532 

274,757 

466,158 

26,100 

13,494 

191,215 

7,746 

6,928 



49,244,352 

1.5,798 

153,057 

4,180 

1,593,505 

171,141 
1,529,170 



10,450 

1,002,827 

5,844 



53,790,324 



9,175,383 
220,518 



488,039 

520,318 

539,704 

20,461 

50,221 

19,498 

9,677 

120,006 

28,909 

81,899 

567,080 

76.3,812 

170,220 

08,922,500 



58,121,959 140,210,473 



71,303,5731 186,878,231 



198,109 

3,335,683 

3,442 



3,537,294 



74,840,867 



203,436 

235,480 

8,901 

5,483 



90,060,860 



127,955,281 



198,169, 

3,.335,683l 

3,442 



3,.537,294! 






190,415,525127,955,281 



1,123,523 

1()9.129 

1,744,611 



15,055 
3.52,400 
177,891 
964,027 

82,873 
4,400 



80 

17,913 

75,554 

1,590 

73,759 

18,021 

30,883 

54,809,293 

292,804 

02,803 

251 

29,203 



17,447 



01,507,509 



448,023 

241,382 

1,665,675 

406,609 

26,100 

13,494 

489,441 

8,837 

706,794 

15,395 

6,915,.335 

169,129 

10,919,994 

220,518 

15,055 

841,045 

704,209 

1,. 50.3, 731 

109,334 

60,621 

19,498 

9,757 

138,519 

104,463 

83,489 

640,839 

781, 833 1 

201,1031 

12.3,731,7931 

292,804 

62,803 

263,687 

264,689 

8,90l! 

22,930 

152,168,429 



42,438,595 
158 

16,225 

311 

416,265 

583,908 

1,603,.505 

231,379 

137,105 

9,030 

1,22T 



45,437,828 



381 

310,491 

1,899,345 

1,293 

105 



16,526,248 58,964,843 
48,963 49,121 



82, .307 

41,592 

1,744,193 

1,447 

225,765 

6^549 
1,131,339 



19,808,403 



215,994 

3,331 

412,871 

17,257 

5,086,879 

237 

10,287,909 

212,791 

7 

651,664 

429,6.53 

741,135 

37,257 

43,302 

157,804 

14,305 

100,315 

39,202 

22,005 

782,957 

923,891 

167,927 

75,278,483 



78,003,4721 205,958,753 



191,036 

6,062,.354' 

58,015 



6,311,405 



84,314,877 



191,036 

6,062,3.54 

58,015 

6,311,405 



198 
287,170 
254,920 

292 
14,373 



98,401,804 



143,839,632 



890,723 

40,349 

750,145 

265,738 

50,902 

100,503 

290,123 

9,951 

10,5.58 



98,5.32 

41,903 

2,160,458 

.585,355 

1,829,330 

231,379 

14.3,714 

1,140,369 

1,227 



65,246,231 



891,104 



12 



1,417,049 

118,834 
1,8.39,958 

3,159 

607,270 

128,041 

740,316 

88,318 

.35,450 



16,013 

1-66,674 

2,277 

74,235 

20,180 

65,088 

60,670,934 



43,148 

1,800 

52,631 



17.084 



350,840 

2,649,490 

267,031 

51,067 

100,503 17 

.512,117118 

13,282,19 

423,429 20 

17,257121 

6,503,928'22 

119,07123 

12,127,807|24 

212,791125 

3,106:26 

1,.318,94027 

.558,294 28 

1,487,45129 

125,.575l30 

78,758:31 

157,804 32 

14,.305 33 

122,328 34 

205,87635 

24,282 36 

857,19237 

944,077 38 

233,01539 

13.5,949,417 40 

• • • pl 
43,346 42 

288,97043 

307,55144 

. 292|45 

31,457146 



68,.590,129 166,991,933 



88,398,532 232,238,164 



103,863 

8,814,9.58 
57,976 



8,976,797 



212,270,158 143,839,632 97,375,329 



103,863 

8,814,958 

.■17,976 



8,970,797 



241,214,961 



24 



TRADE AND COMMERCE 



3-4 EDWARD VII., A. "1904 
No. 9. — Statement of the Values of Goods Exportd from Canada to 



COCXTHIES. 



Honife 
Produce. 



a 



1899. 

Foreign 
Produce. 



1900. 



222,236: 

||l,E20,JlG 

40,030 

238, .523 

2,303 



British Empire. 

Great Britain 

British Africa 

British Anstrala-sia — 
Au.stralian Commonwealth 

New Zealand 

British East Indies 

II Guiana 

II Honduras 

I. West Indies 1,72.5,321 

Gibraltar 1,1)0(3 

Hong-Kong 17,.S18 

Fiji I.slands 

Newfoundland •. . . . I 1,683,801 

All other I 1,700 



Totals, British Empire. . 

Foreign Countries. 

Argentine Republic 

Belgium 

Brazil 

Central American States... . 

Chile 

China 

Denmark 

France 

French Africa. 

Germany 

Hayti 

Hawaii 

Holland 

Italy 

Japan . 

Madeira 

Me.xico 

Norway and Sweden ....... 

Peru 

*Philippinbs 

Portugal 

Russia 

St. Pierre 

Spain ....... 

Spanish Possessions 

Switzerland 

United States of America. . . . 

■I Colombia 

Uruguay 

Venezuela 

West Indies, American 

Cuban 

I. Danish 

II I'rench 

All other 



85,113,681i 13,973,300 



23( 



7,794 

75 
91 



26,930 



1,771 



124,881 



Totals. 



Home 
Produce. 



Foreign 
Produce. 



99.086,981 96,562,875' 11,173,093 
222,473 1,204,093 272 



1,527,810 



40, 

238, 

2, 

1,752, 

1, 

19 



Totals. 



1,048,926 

41,693 

281,383 

1,425 

1,673,163 

9,324 

9,117 

822 



4.247 



107.735,968 
1,204,365 

1,053,173 

41,693 

282,161 

1,425 

1,698,957 

9,.324 

9,133 

114,473 2,144,196 



778 1 



25,794 



16 




646,070 
44.5,0(57 
460,953 

37,224 

27,116 
289,655 

54,391 
,551,909 

46,435 
,310,373 

27,125 
185,090 
170.347 
125,2(35 
133,139 



403,740 



430; 
5,8131 



909,190. 
1,662 

98 1 
19(3,201; 



68,2(55 

120,244 

44,328 



2,126 

35,713 

55 

105 



34 



29,641 
55,648 
195,666 
59,178 
3<j,056 

522 

,766,955 

19,122 

37,895 

922 

,187,601 

37,374 

17,575 
40,398 



11,386 



040,070 

S49.413 
4(i0,!».53 

37,224 

27,110 
290,085 

.54,391 
1,5:)7.722 

4(),435 
2,219,.5(i9 

28,7^7 
185,194 
372.548 
125,2(i5 
135,205 



103,!l78 

120.299 

44,433 



2,23() 

1,795,885 

36 



19,880 

401 
10 
30 



29,(i41 

55,(i48 

207,0521 

59,178' 

36,050 

2,758 

3(j,.5(j2,840 

19,1.58 

37,895' 

922 

1,207,541 

37,775 
17,585 
40,428 



473,395 

359,715 

480,241 

25,.554 

61,118 

254,814 

42,261 

1,372,359 

32,197 

1,108,103 

13,068 

142, .349 

187,158 

260, 45() 

110,753 

20,874 

149, .590 

81,044 

22,099 

883 

115,016 

70,530 

226,126 

80,4.56 

42,404 

380 

.52,531,977 

38,.559 

,50,4.58 

21,298 

f -140,947 

1.069,304 

37,132 

9,650 

6,246 



33-!,083 
165 



1,493 
2^411 

607,740 

"'\,m\ 

1,041 
1,555 




28 
7,868 



414 

l,9(i6,417 

501 



3,733- 

13,480 

353 

20 



473,395 

1,197,798 

480,406 

25,554 

61,118 

250,307 

42,261 

1,374,770 

32,197 

1,715,903 

13,068 

143,456 

188,199 

260,456 

112,308 

20,874 

149,590 

81,044 

22,871 

883 

115.016 

70,558 

233,994 

86,4.56 

42,464 

800 

54,-501,394 

39,060 

50,4.58 

21,298 

444.080 

682,784 

37,485 

9,670 

6,246 



Totals, Foreign Countries. : 42,234,215 



Totals 132,801,262 

Estimated amount siiort re- 
ported in e.xix)rts to United 
States I 4,559,530 



Totals (mdse) ,137,360,792 

Coin and bullion : — 

Great Britain 

United States 

Other Countries 



Totals 

Grand totals 



874 
1,100,371 



1,101,245 



3,385,009, 45,619,224 60,048,246 2,946,581 62,994,827 



17,-520,088 150,321,350j 163,510,790 14.265.2.54 177,776,044 



4,559,530; 5,461,511 



17,-520,0881 1.54,880,880 168,972,301 



4,000 
2,910,780 



2,914,780 



138,462,037120,434,868 



4,874 
4.011,151 



14,265,254 



4,016,025 



158,896,905 



400 

1,670,0681 6,986,050 
650 



5,461,511 



183,237,-555 



400 

8,656,118 
050 



1,070,0081 0,987,100 8,057,168 



170,642,3691 21,252,3541 191,894,723 



'^Included with ' Spanish Possessions ' prior to 1900. f After 19C0 no estimate is made of the amount 



STATISTICAL AND FINANCIAL STATEMENTS 



25 



SESSIONAL PAPER No. 10 

the following Countries dumig the Fiscal Years ended June 3U, 1899 to 1903. 



1901. 



Home 
Produce. 



Foreign 
Produce. 



92,857,.525 12,471,431 
1.085,033! 1,!)32 



Totals. 



1902. 



Home 
Produce. 



Foreign 
Produce. 



105,328,956 109,347,345! 7,970,87() 
1.086.965! 3,840,730 1,340 



Totals. 



1903. 



Home Foreign 
Produce. Produced 



Totals. 



2,297,521 

23,606 

370,063 

2,203 

1,898,262 

17,836 

41,()93 



13,884 

56 
2,694 

26J85 



2,142,877 
11,478 



100,748,097 



279,560 

1.728,484 

572,361 

32,942 
207,404 
505,194 

55,902 
1,436,628 

28,236 
1,374,716 

47,468 

23,234 
186,932 
315,063 
187,933 



656 



1,311, 

23, 

372, 

2 

"l,925i 

17, 

42. 



114 522 



2.257. 
11, 



.'?99, 

478! 



r 2,574, 759 

I 350,130 

47,067 

503,8(i0 

3,103 

1,922,098 

12,447 

27,621 

8,089 

2,269,601 

7,159 



11.795 

3,503 

70 

2,220 



117,318,221125,199,980 6,002,118 131,202,o98 l 
3,842,0701 1,931,541 1(;,.585: 1,948,120 2 



12,631,960 



1,077,658 



385 

653 

5,092 



70,4.S5 

4.5,500 

32,034 

18,097 

85,375 

45,681 

212,094 

155,229 

32,975 

632 

67,983,673 

25,135 

23,551 

971 

302,289 

575,582 

9,618 

32,641 

49,720 

76,683,289 



144,703 

766^836 

iJ6il 
446 

"756 



113,380,057,120,914,009 



279,560 

2,806,142 

.572,riGl 

33,327 
208,057 
510,886 

55,902 
1,. 581, 331 

28,230 
2,141,552 

47,468 

24,845 
187,378 
315,063 
188,683 



2,003' 



2,643 

28! 



1.5,100 
125 



107 

2,423,168 

765 

47 

25 

2,431 

70 

49i 



4,445,797 



177,431,380 17,077,757 



177,431,386 



17,077,757 



1,975,389 
3,100 



1,978,489 



177,431,3801 19,056,246 



72.498 

45,500 

32,0.34 

20,740 

85,403 

45,081 

227,194 

155,354 

32,975 

739 

70,400,841 

25,900 

23,551 

1,018 

302,314 

578,013 

9,088 

32,041 

50,211 



81,129,086 75,10.5,754 



527,727 

1,363,058 

495, .597 

10,900 

07,800 

274,700 

105,030 

1,300,798 

27,495 

1,298,0.54 

51,S04 

10,794 

193,909 

230,499 

287,800 

27,;:62 

81,892 

100,828 

45,744 

4.3,030 

105,495 

49,018 

195,503 

161,823 

94,479 

12,700 

00,-567,784 

23,295 

95,241 

3,858 

401,901 

647,172 

5,044 

25,639 

93,237 



27,948 

31 

850 

92 

103,844 



8,122,041 



1,081,392 

409 

415 

413 

2,543 

1,.330 

88,050 

1,393^924 

910 

127 

120,S32 

400 

5,471 



713 



49 
2,.517 



8,809 



2,407 

2,994,448 

15 

10 

15,575 

1,943 

100,142 



2,586, 

353. 

47. 

506, 

3. 

1,950, 

12, 

28, 

8, 

2,373, 

7, 



554 
693 
137 
0ft6 
103 
040 
478 
477 
181 
445 
1.59 



129,030,050 



50 



194,509,143190,019,703 



+ 



194,509,143196,019,763 



1,975,389 
3,100 



1,978,489 



196,487,632196,019,763 



5,828,460 



527. 

2,444. 

496. 

17. 

08. 

277; 

106, 

1,388, 

27; 
2,692, 

52. 

10, 
320, 
230, 
293, 

27, 

82, 
100, 

45, 

45, 
105, 

49, 
204, 
161, 

94, 

15, 
69,562, 

23, 

95, 

3, 

477. 

049, 

105, 

25, 

93. 



727 
450 
006 
315 
279 
309 
360 
848 
495 
578 
720 
921 
241 
899 
277 
362 
605 
828 
793 
547 
495 
018 
312 
8231 
479 
173 
232 
310 
251 
858 
476 
115 
186 
639 
287 



2,897,528 

450,567 

90,307 

51,3,265 

1,980 

2,158,850 

2,648 

36,055 

45,921 

2,381,966 

29,988 



135,746,590 



80,934,214 



13,951,101 



13,951,101 



2,000 

1,035,452 

31,970 



1,669,422 



15,620,523 



209,970-,864 



t 



209,970,864 



2,000 

1,635,452 

31,970 



1,069,422 



211,640,286 



67 



,010,827 

,658,103 

701,100 

27,903 

153,008 

17.5,636 

166,105 

,316,713 

5,720 

,618,517 

73,161 

35,339 

600,452 

295,470 

324,938 

26,072 

105,365 

268,515 

67,210 

39,382 

164,184 

224,502 

227,.549 

138,553 

62,403 

7.433 

760,367 

27,376 

35,292 

13,999 

462,527 

765,093 

25,140 

16,131 

48,333 



32,3.33 

11,971 

633 

1,069 



25,983 

IJOO 

750 

128,960 

1,415 

6,223,517 



2,929, 

402, 

90, 

514, 

1, 

2,184, 

2, 

37, 

46, 

2,510, 

31, 



492,387 



141,970,113 



27 

140 

1,0.56! 

24,905' 

479! 182' 



500 

18,877 
300 
208 



31.669 
336 



243 



81 
10,138 



203 

166 

3,443,002 



78,655,078 



340 

1,976 

3,039 

95,039 

' 96 



4,604,570 



214,401,674 10,828,087 



t 



214,401,674 



10,828,087 



223 

573,955 

45,785 



1,010. 
2,1.50, 

701. 
27. 

153, 

175. 

167. 

1,341. 

5. 

2,097! 

73: 

35. 

6I9; 

295. 

325, 
26, 

137. 

268. 
67; 
39, 

104, 

224. 

237! 

138, 
02, 
7, 
71,209, 
27, 
35, 
14, 

404. 

768. 

120, 
16, 
48, 



827 14 
5.50:15 
100! 10 
90317 
0.3518 
770] 19 
161|20 
018!21 
720 22 
091 1 23 
16l!24 
839' 25 
329,26 
770 27 
146 j 28 
072 29 
034 30 
8.5131 
210,32 
625 .33 
184,34 
583 35 
687! 36 
55337 
066 38 
59939 
969! 40 
376;41 
292142 
339:43 
5031 44 
7,32 45 



83,2.59,648 
225,229,761 



t 
225,229,701 



019,903 
214,4C1,074| 11,448,050 



223 
573,955 

4.5,785 

619,963 
225,849,724 



short reported in PLxports to United States. 



26 



TRADE AND COMMERCE 



3-4 EDWARD VII., A. 1904 

No. 10. — Statement of the Values of the Aggregate Trade of Canada with 

(Including 



Countries. 



British, Empire. 
1 Great Britain j 36,945,405 



2 Btiti-sh Africa 
British Australasia — 

3 Australian Commonwealth 

4 New Zealand 

British East Indies 

II Guiana 

II West Indies : . . 

Fiji 

9| H ong Kong 

10 Newfoundland 

11 Another..'. 




Totals, 



Totals, British Empire. 



98,912 



563,361 



820,696 

46,576 

907,895, 



1,527,810 

40,111 

238,614 

1,752,251 



10,145 

528,083 

4,502 



39,92.5,635 



19,.589 

1,808,682 

5,615 



104,707,000 



Foreign Countries. 

12 Argentina Republic 782,904; 646,070 

13 iAu.stria- Hungary 257,7771 1,380 

14, Belgium 2,311.330 849,413 

15; Brazil 102,294 460,953 

16; Central American States : 34,550i 37,224 

17 Chile 38,976 27,116 

18 China 7-55,990 290,085 

19;Denmark 2,329 54,391 

20 Dutch East Indies 151,706 125 

21 Egypt 5,448 49 

22iFrance 3,879,872 1,5.57,722 

23 French Africa 3,300 46,435 

24jGermany 7,382,499 2,219,560 

25!Greece 188,793 330 

26 Hawaii 8,258 185,194 

27;Havti 44 28,787 

28 Holland 535,4.38 372,548 

29 Italy .. 548,610 125,265 

30 .Japan 2,009, 747 135,265 

31 Mexico 49,104 103,978 

32;Norway and Sweden 39,125 120,299 

33; Persia 

34 Peru 

35 * Phili))pines 

36 Portugal 67,501 

37 Ru.ssia 163,981 

38 St. Pierre 40,433 

39 Spain 513,018 

40 Spanish Possessions 9,011 

41 Switzerland . ^ 566,545 

42 Turkey 153,119 

43il'nited States of America 101.642,9.50 

44: ^ M Colombia 5,985 

45'Uruguay . . 

46 Venezuela 

47 j West Indies, American ) 



25 44,433 



2,091, 171 1 

860,807; 

28.5,190: 

2,660,146; 



660,411 

1,318,673 

85,306 

878,617 



107,736,368 153,208,662 
1,204,365 1,292,270 



29,734 

2,336,765 

10,117 



120,643 

660,230 

1,2.50 



1,653,173 

41,693 

282,161 

1,698,957 

822 

9,133 

2,144,846 

10,749 



2,313,584 

1,360,366 

.367,467 

2,577,574 

822 

129,776 

2,805,076 

11,999 



144,632,635: 49,285,329 114,782,267 164,067,596 



1,428,974 

259,157 

3,160,743 

563,247 

71,774 

66,092 

1,046, 075 1 

56,720 

151,831 

5,497 

5,437,-594 

49,735 

9,602,068 

189,123 

19.3,452 

28,831 

907,986 

673,875 

2,14-5,012 

153,082, 

1.59,424, 

' 44,4.58 



48' 
49 
50 
51 
52 All other 



Cuban . , 
Danish . 
Dutch 
French . 



123,700 

427,978 

8,901 

2,076 

2,602 

22,754 



29,641 

55,648 

207,052 

59,178 

36,0.56 

2,758. 

8,346 

45,133,521 

19,158 

37,895 

922 

l,207,54l| 

.37,775' 

I 

17,585 
30,198, 



97,142 
219,ii2'.t 
247,4.S.-) 
572,190 

45,007 

569,303 

161.405 

146,776,471 

2.5,143 

37,895 
124,622 

1,63.5,519 

46,676 

2,076 

20,187 

.52,952, 



571,269 

2.34,659 

3,-301,751 

231,-358 

48,112 

28,185 

024,4.33 

14,290 

9,638 

•5,-517 

4,464,9-38 

395 

8,700,641 

220,530 

2,414 

618,182 

299,040 

1,762,534 

57,294 

60,000 

5,689' 

173 

14,584 

73,-394 

24,659 

47,868 

.56,3,072 

'542,551 

160,4.55 

116,972,5.54 

3,935 

22,016 

68,291 

r 313,740 

\ -^35,320 

1,150 

13,182 

0^353 



473,395 

1,072 

1,197,798 

480,400 

25,554 

01,118 

256,307 

42,261 

979 

556 

1,-374,770 

32,197 

1,715,903 

2,382 

143,456 

13,068 

188,199 

260,456 

112,308 

149,590 

81,044 

' 22,871 

883 1 

115,016 

70,558 

233,994 

86,4.50 

42,4(i4 

800 



68,619,023 

39,060 

.50,4.58 

21,298 

444,680 

682,784 

37,485 

761 

9,676 

21,370 



1,044,664 

235,731 

4,499,549 

711,764 

73,666 

89,303 

880,740 

56,551 

10,617 

6,073 

5,8-39,708 

32,592 

10,422,544 

222,912 

145,870 

13,0(;8 

806,381 

559,496 

1,874,842 

206,884 

141,044 

5,689 

23,044 

1-5,407 

188,410 

95,217 

281,862 

649,528 

42,404 

543,351 

166,455 

185,591.577 

42,995 

72,474 

89,.589 

7.58,426 

918,110 

38,641 

13,943 

9,676 

28,723 



Totals, Foreign Countries... 122,838,673 .54,189,905 177,028,578 140,337,184 77,112,456 217,449,640 
Grand totals 162,764,308 158,896,905 321,661,213i 189,622,513 191,894,723 381,517,2-36 



Included with ' Spanish Possessions ' prior to 1900. 



STATISTICAL AND FINANCIAL STATEMENTS 



27 



SESSIONAL PAPER No. 10 

the following Countries during the Fiscal Years ended June 30, 1899 to 1903. 
Coin and BulHon). 



1901. 



1902. 



Imports. } Exports. 



43,164,2971105,328,950 
90.695 1,086,905 



Totals. 



Imports. Exports 



164,410 

1,374,776 

125,682 
1,280,798 



38,547 

625,610 

2.952 



2,311,405 

23,662 

372,757 

1,925,047 



46,867,773 



42,349 

2,260,499 

31,517 



148,493,253 
1,177,660 

2,475,821 

1,398,438 

498,439 

3,205,845 



263,3.53 

289, .387 

3,783,919 

347,555 

29,338 

844,583 

11,367 

324,797 

12,014 

5,503,405 

69,778 

6,079,264 

1.39,238 

7,155 

7 

839,995 

544,002 

1,620,868 

17,760 

.58,682 

18,987 

413,385! 

15,007 

100,775 

61,. 570 

(),123 

81.3, 411 1 

(■.07,710 

148,9461 

119,306,775; 

5,260s 

60,309 
237,374 
343, .374 

1,878 
121 



113,383,1.57 



279,560 

1,101 

2,806,142 

572,361 

33,327 

208,057 

510,880 

55,902 



987 
1,581,331 

28,236 
2,141,552 



80,890 

2,880,109 

34,409 

1(50,250,930 



49,435.388 117,320,221 
15.806 3,842,070 



r 153,057 



Totals. 



4,180( 

1,59.3,505, 

171,141 

1,531,152 



10,450 

1,118,567 

5,844 



2,580,554! 

353,093 

47,137 

506,080 

1,974, .379 

8,181 

28,477 

2,381,082 

22,740 



166,755,609 
3,857,876 

2,739,(311 

357,873 

1,640,642 

677,227 

3,505.531 

8,181 

38,927 

3,499,049 

28,584 



1903. 



Imports. I Exports 



59,068,706 
49,121 



54,039,090|129,070,020 



24,845 

47,408 

187,378 

315,003 

188,683 

72,498 

45,500 



20,271 



32,034 

20,740 

85,403 

45,681 ! 

227,194] 

155,354! 

32,975 

739 

4,025 

72,382,230 

2.5,900 

23,551 

1,018 

302,314 

578,013 

9,688 

10,758 

32,641 

33,340 



143,547,752 83,104,475 



190,415,525 196,487,632 386,903,157 



542,913 

290,488 
6,590,061 

919,910 
62,605 

208,057 

1,355,409 

67,269 

324,797 

13,001 

7,084,736 

98,014 

8,820,816 

139,238 

32,000 

47,475 

1,027,373 

859,065 

1,809,551 

90,2.58 

104,182 
18,987 

445,419 
35,747 

186,178 

107,251! 

233,3171 

9(38,765 
32,978 

008,455 

152,971, 

191,689,005 

25,900 

28.811 

01,327 

539,088 

921,387 
11,5(36 
10,879 
32,641 
53,611 



226,652,227 



448,623 

241,382 

1,665,675 

466,009 

20,100 

13,494 

489,441 

8,837; 

700,794 

15,395 

6,915,383 

109,129! 

10,919,994 

220,5181 

15,2921 

2,192 

841,045' 

704,209, 

l,.503,7.31i 

109,3341 

00,621 

4,884 

19,498 

9,757: 

138,519 

104,463! 

83,489' 

040,839, 

"'781,833' 

201,103 

129,794.147 

292,804; 

02,803' 

263,687! 

264, 689 i 

8,901 



.527,727 

3,287 

2,444,4.50 

496,006 

17,315 

(38,279 

277,309 

106,360 



183,109,710 



98, 

41, 

2,160, 

585, 

1,830, 

231, 

143. 

1,197. 

1. 



532 
903 
458 
355 
253 
379 
714 
,372 
227 



Totals. 



65,408,020 



228 
15,626 



2,543 

1,388,848 

27,495 

2,692,578 

9,518 

16,921 

52,720 

320,241 

236,899 

293,277 

82,605 

100,828 

45J93 

45.547 

105,495 

49,018 

204,. 312 

161,823 

94,479 

15,173 

23,041 

71,197,084 

23,310i 

95,2511 

3,858| 

477,470 

649,115 

■ 105,186' 

14,0331 

25,639 

68,227 



970,.350 

244,069 

4,110,125! 

962,615; 

43,415! 

81,773 
766, 750 1 
115,197! 
706, 794 i 

17,938 

8,304,231 

196,624! 

13,612,572! 

230,036: 

32,213! 

54,912! 

1,161, 286 j 

941,108' 

1,797,008 

191,9,39; 

161,449 

4,884 

6.5,291: 

55, 304 1 
244,014' 
153,481 
287,801 
802,662 

94,479 

797,006; 

224,144 

200,991,831; 

2.3,310 
388,055 

66,(361 
741,163 
913,804 
114,087 

14,033 

25,867 

83,853 



131,202,321 
1,948,120 

2,929,801 

402,538 

96,940 

514,334 

2,184,833 

46,671 

37,755 

2,51(5,576 

30,031 



190,271,027 
1,997,247 

3,028.393 

.504,441 

2,257,398 

1,099,689 

4,015,080 

278,050 

181,409 

3,713,948 

37,258 



141,975,980 



891.104 

350,840 

2,649,490 

267,031 

51,067 

10'J,503 

512,167 

13,282 

423,429 

17,2.57 

0,503,928 

119,071: 

12,127,867 

212,791 

3,160 

157 

1,318,940 

558,294 

1,487,4.51 

125,575 

78,758 

10,393 

157,8641 

14,305 

122,328 

20.5,876' 

24,282 

857,192, 

' " 944, 0771 

2.33,0151 

144,764,375: 

1,722 1 

43^346 

288,970 

307,551 

292 



207,384,006 



158,231,068; 82,569,666[ 240,800,734 



212,270,158 211,640,286 423,910,444 241,214,961 



19,185 
175,806,941 



1,010,827 

1,.553 

2,150,550 

701,100 

27,903 

1.53,0,35 

17.5, 87H 

167,161 

627 

1,341,618 

5,720 

2,097,099 

1,531 

35,839 

73,101 

019,329 

29.5,770 

32.5,181 

137,0341 

208, 851 1 

" " ' 07,210 

39,625 

164,184 

224,583 

277,687 

138,-553 

62,666 

7,599 

3,479 

71,783,924 

27,376 

35,292 

14,3.39 

464,503 

7(58,732 

120,179 

9,563 

16,131 

57,748 

83,873,738 



1,901. 

352, 

4,800. 

9(58. 

78. 

2.53, 

(588, 

180 

423 

17 

7.845 

124 

14,225 

214 

39 

73, 

1,938, 

854. 

1,812, 

262, 

347, 

10, 

225, 

53, 

280. 

430, 

301, 

995, 

62, 

951, 

236 

210,548, 

29, 

35, 



225,849,724 



931 

393 

040 

,131 

,970 

,5.38 

,043 

,443 

,429 

,884 

,546 

,791 

,566 

,322 

,005 

,318 

269 

064 

632 

(509 

609 

393 

974 

930 

512 

,459 

969 

745 

(566 

(576 

494 

299 

098 

292 

085 

473 

283 

471 

563 

131 



57, ( 

753,^ 

1,076,1 

120,'! 

9,f 

10, 

70,933152 



12 
13 
14 

15 
1& 
17 
18 
19 
20 
21 
22 
23 
24 
25 
20 
27 
28 
29 

3a 

31 
32 
33 
34 
35 
30 
37 
38 
39 
4(> 
41 
42 
43 
44 
45 
40 
47 
48 
49 
50 
51 



259,080,6791 



407,064,085 



28 



TRADE AND COMMERCE 



3-4 EDWARD VII., A. 1904 

No. 11. — Itemized Statement showing the Values of all Imports into and Exports from 
all Goods Entered for Consumption, with the amounts of duties 



ARTICLES. 



Entered for Home Consumption. 



1902. 



Quantity. 



1 Agricultural prorincts, N.E.S. 



Value. 



Duty. 



1903. 



Quanti ty . Val ue 



•S cts. 



Duty. 



•S cts. 



2 Ale, beer and jjorter, in bottles. .Galls. 

3 " II in casks. . . 

Total .-lie and beer h 



286,394! 
177,593 



167,.5.S2 5C,734 56 
39,300 28,414 88 



277,5.50 
238,196 



153,128 66,612 00 
58,1291 38,111 36 



413,987: 



4 Ale, ginger 

i . 
Animals, living, viz. : — 

5 Dogs 

6 Cattle, 1 year old and less . . . i 

7 M over 1 year old / 

8! Horses, 1 year old and less . . i 
9i -1 over 1 year J 

10 Hogs 

11 Sheep, 1 year old and less ... 1 

12 " over 1 year old / 

13 Poultry I 

14 All other, N.E S / 

Animals for im])rovement of 

stock : — 

15 Horses 

16 Cattle 

17 Sheep 

18 Swine 

IP Fowls, domestic, pure bred, 

and pheasants and quails 
and homing or m-^ssenger 

pigeons 

Animals brought into Canada, 
temporarily, and for a period 
not exceeding 3 months, for 
the purpose of e.xhibition or 
con)petition for jjrizes offered 
by any agricultuial or other 
association, viz : — 

20 Horses 

21 Another, N.E.S 



200,882 
8,662 



No. 



Lbs. 
No. 



No. 



252 
9,524 

17,823j 
116,066' 
139,1551 



85,149 44 



1,274 89 



51.0,746 251,2.57 104,723 36 



8,019 1,078 01 



457 

1,604 

6.59 

184 



0,435; 

133,717j 26,743 40, 

537,528} 107,501 73' 

6,782| 1,740 99| 

357,927 71,585 40 

29,034 5,806 80 



227,863 

114,.575! 

14,323 

4,961 



296 
37,-528 

29,598 
19,745 
79,817 



23,9991 
472,738 



0,213 



790,169 
1,626 



94,547 60 

158,033 80 
290 18 
206,8.50 41, .371 20 

36,230 7,240 00 



912 636,331 

961 1.59,238 

137 3,614 

154 5,846 



5,033 .... 



Total animals, livingr. 



1,439,358 213,.378 32j. 



Animals, products of, N.E.S.. . ., ... . 

Artificial limbs 

Ashes ; . 

II pot and p?arl Lbs. | 

Asphaltum or asphalt Cwt. I 

Bagatelle tables or boards No. ] 

Baking powders Lbs. ' 

Balls, cues and racks and cue tips 
for bagatelle boards and billiard 

tables 

BalsaTn ■ . 

Baskets of all kinds, N.E.S ' 

Bees ■ 



13,310 



126,414 

75,.522 

68 

322,081 



18,.598 

102,.317 

830 276 97' 
93,709' 19,317 70 1 



3,024 1,035 99 



186,643 

66.9.37 

20 

362,751 



2,341,680 301,494 78 



17,148 



10,394 

90,046 

834 288 99 
107,570i 21,760 18 



3,823 1,269 71 



30,175 8,838 90' 
159 



34, 



Belts, surgical, and trusses, elec- 
tric belts, pessaries and sus- 
pensory bandages of all kinds.. . 

Belts, of all kinds, N.O.P 



10,.S78 3,213 70 
.50,181 10,333 27, 



37,036 10,784 60 
110 



25,280 4,936 91 
•57,321 18,823 61 



i STATISTICAL AND FINANCIAL STATEMENTS 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 10 



29 



Canada in each Fiscal Year from 1899 to 1903, and the Quantities and Values of 
collected thereon for the Fiscal Years ended June 30, 1902 and 1903. 



Imports. 



Exports. 



Value. 



Value. 



1899. 



1900. 



141,540 199,233 
2(5,75l! 24,338 



168,291 
5,242 



5,069 
69,454 

454,929 

9,358 

89,16] 

90,900 



223,571 
5,726 



4,061 
70,129 

362,245 

10,711 

114,090 

84,159 



129,962 163,230 

41,704] 101,523 

7,0.52 19,112 

.3,466 1,574 



5,995 



116,099 
1,473 

1,024,622 



7,544 



5,621 

95,800 

650 

96,202 



3,604 



25,352 

68 



14,374 

53,938 



4,993 



221,650 
2,674 

1,160,151 



8,103 



6,258 

68,748 

300 

103,208 



3,957 



21,428 
21,835 



17,018 
58,862 



1901. 



180,700 
27,298 



207,998 
7,632 



1^02. 



166,962 
39,519 



1903. 



189,251 
60,451 



1899. 



90,769 



206,481 
9,668 



8,119 
202,630 

275,992 

8,091 

171,443 

33,135 



154,737 

110,124' 

13,800 

2, 623 1 



5,246 



6,4,35 
172,192 

570,651 

6,812 

372,010 

39,764 



227,863 

114,.575 

14,.323 

4,961 



6,213 



249, 702 j 



3,704 
3,704 



1900. 



94,103 
6,710 
6,710 



23, 999 j 
497,438 

860,672: 

1,626; 

213,728 



( 251,3491 390,806 

I 8,.325,022l 8,699,890 

I 109,081 4.350 

\ 968,826 1,265,185 

5,064 14, .573 

1,118,084' 1,182,970 



\ 423,048; 
54 690 1 / 57- 9061 



711,042 

36,876 
24,310 



636,331, 

1.59,2381 

.3,614 

5,846! 



5,033 



241,477 
24,924 

1,252,341 



10,087 



436,180 
14,362 

1,986,341 



13,316 



2,584 18,598 

67,587 102,317 

67 830 

110,246 89,188 



2,647 



29,846 
46 



17,892 
43,520 



3,024 



29,741 
159 



16, .378 
50.321 



562,484 
15,881 

3,040,080 



17,148 



10,394 

96,046 

834 

108,362 



3,823 



11,291,402 
65,209 



12,330,002 
82,349 



57,859 
52,938 



36,675 
110 



25,398 

.57,829 



3,820 



74,944 
63,311 



8,761 



1901. 



1902. 



1903. 



129,792 



12,884 



72,071 



11,310 



12,884 11,310 



"18,339 
9,873 



9,873 



287,4741 125.299! 
8, 781, 386 1 10, 574, .331 1 



4,070i 

1,071,831! 

8,301 

1,097,317 

531,414 

67,913, 

59,905 



5,9241 

l,7.58,.504j 

84,079 

899,878: 

596,8931 

39,068| 

22,940 



60,471 

11,309,791 

5,045 

1,033,363 

322,369 

9'<9,638 

669,236 

41,847 

23,816 



11,909,611 



142,078 



71,776 
48,718 



14,106,916 



262,987 



88,322 
45,476 



391 



1,558 



14,455,576 



149,727 



71,485 
45,846 



7,117 



19 



30 



TRADE AND COMMERCE i 

3-4 EDWARD VII., A. 1904 
No. 11. — Itemized Statement showing the Values of Imports 



EXTEKED FOR HOME CONSUMPTION. 



ARTICLES 




Bells, imixirtefl by and for the 

use of churches 

Bells and gongs, N.E.S 



Billiard tables, viz : — 

Without pockets No. 

With ix)ckets >i 



19G 7,309 2,514 63 i 

21 1,849 563 27 / 



357 



20,.522 



Total billiard tables. 



217 



Blacking, shoe and shoemaker's 
ink 

Blinds of wood, metal or other 
material, not textile or paper 

Blueing— laundry blueing, of all 
kinds . Lbs. 

Boats, life and life saving appa- 
ratus specially imported by 
societies established to encour- 
age the saving of human life . . . . , 
9! Boats, open, pleasure, sail boats, 

I skiffs and canoes No. 

10 Bolsters and pillows , 

11. Bones, crude, not manufactured, 
burned, calcined, ground or 

I steamed Cwt. 

12 Bone pitch, cnide only 

13 Bone, manufactures of, N.E.S 



155,235 



9,1.58 3,077 901 



357 i 20,522 



23,490 .5,741 9.*^ . 
656: 196 80 . 



273 



18,041 



72 



.3,238 36; 



.5,372 



16 



17 



Books, jjeriodicals, pamphlets, 

&c.: — 

Books, ]>rinted ; periodicals and 
pamphlets, N.E.S 

Novels or works of fiction, or 
literature of a similar charac- 
ter, unbound or pai>er bound, 
or in sheets, including freight 
rates for railways and tele- 
graph rates, bound in Ixjok 
or jjamjjhlet form, not in- 
cluding Christmas annuals 
or publications commonly 
known as juvenile and toy 
Vxwks 

Bank notes, bonds, bills of ex- 
change, cheques, promissory 
notes, drafts and all similar 
work unsigned, and cards and 
other conmiercial Vjlank forms 
printed or lithographed, or 
printed from steel or copiier 
or other plates, and other 
printed matter, N.E.S 

Bibles, prayer books, psalm and 
hymn books, &e 



15,202 3,764 67; 
2,778 809 80 ; 



8,216 

624] 

10,349 1,990 02i 



215 



39,414 



700,291 



65,822 49 



81,789 



58,441 
167,831 



15,568 93 



19,629 46 



21,336 

735 

23,009 

4 
30,865 



45,930 
2,478 



767,817 71,709 12 



98,692 



76,324 
202,.517 



i STATISTICAL AND FINANCIAL STATEMENTS 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 10 
into and Exports fi'oni Canada, tkc— Continued. 



31 



Imports. 



Value. 



1899. 



19,-165 
20,677 



1,248 
1,652 

2,900 



27,532 

062 

18,663 



6,271 
2,061 



10,7 

321 
22,176 



681,493 



1900. 



37,959 
20,890 



5,573 
2,369 

7,942 



21,663 

407 

16,900 



1901. 



1902. 



.5,934 
2,32' 



35,877 59,750 
21,159 25,76 



5,408 
173 

5,581 



21,202 

256 



Exports. 



Value. 



7,309 ) 
1,849 

9,158 



1903. 



37,825 
28,459 



20,522 
20,522 



1899. 



23,635 21,364 



65( 



20,1271 18,825 



8,479 
2,359 



72 

15,752 

2,778 



18,983 2,839 8,216 

545 424 624 

37,111 14,122 10,394 



654,621 



71,904 



29,535 
143,882 



86,515 



38,762 
143,786 



728,098 



700,047 



735 
23,379 



30,766 

8,797 



45,930 

2,478 



1900. 



46,928 



768,907 



90,089 



65,014 
163,267 



82,026 



98,681 



64,754 
167,834 



77,734 
202,517 



130,418 



46,367 



1901. 



1902. 



1903. 



38,8681 -29,541 



173,391 



160,060 



179,877 



9 
10 



32,228 



205,293 



14 



15 



32 



TRADE AND COMMERCE { 

3-4 EDWARD VII., A. 1904 
No. 11. — Itemized Statement showing the A'^alues of Imports 



ARTICLES. 



Entered for Home Consumption'. 



1902. 



Quantity. 



Books, periodicals, &c. — Con. 

Books printed by any govei-n- 
ment or by any scientific 
association, &c., and not for 
trade purposes 

Books, &c., for instruction of 
deaf and dumb and blind ex- 
clusively 

Books embossed, for the blind 

Books not printed tjr reprinted 
in Canada, for use of colleges, 
&c., free libraries, college 
libraries, &c., and law socie- 
ties, and being the property 
of the organized authorities 
of such library and not in any 
case the property of indivi- 
duals, also books in print 
more than 12 j'ears , 

Books on the application of 
science to nidustries of all 
kinds, including books on 
agriculture, horticulture 
mining, architecture, engi- 
neering, &c., and similar in- 
dustrial books, al.so books 
printed in any language other 
than the English and French 
languages, or in any two 
languages not being the 
English and French, or in any 
three or more languages 

Charts and maps 

Charts and maps for the use of 
schools for the blind 

Charts, admiralty 

Chromos, chromotypes, oleo- 
graphs, or like work prodiiced 
by any process other than 
hand painting or drawing, 
and having any advertise- 
ment or advertising matter 
printed, lithographed, or 
stamped thereon, or attached 
thereto, or other similar ar- 
tistic work, lithographed 
printed or stamped on paper 
or cardboard for l)usiness or 
advertisement purposes, N. 
O.P Lbs. 

Globes, geographical, topogra- 
phical and astronomical 

Labels for fruit, vegetables, 
meat, fish and confectionery, 
&c 

Manuscripts and insurance 
maps •'■ 

Newspapers or supplemental 
editions or parts thereof part- 
ly printed and intended to be 
comjileted and published in 
Canada 



8,374 



V^alue. 



Duty. 



S cts. 



1903. 



Quantity. Value. 



Duty. 



S cts. 



1,9491 



380 1 



189, 8«7 



61,026 
13,198 

37 
1,07.5 



2,877 
2,325 

80,080 
3,226 



2,402 31 



1,256 10 19,174 



26,871 24 



3,744 
153 



226,761 . . 



84,835 

19,770 .S,423 85 



916 



3,732 2,846 70 
2,751^ 

I 
112,571 38,474 60 

2,292 

1,.597 399 25 



t Photographs. 



i STATISTICAL AND FINANCIAL STATEMENTS 

SESvSIONAL PAPER No. 10 
into and Exports from Canada, (fee. — Continued. 



33 



Imports. 



Value. 



1900. 



1901. 



6,714 



94 
216 



227,504 



46,010 
20,407 



738 



4,056 
.3,112 

78,202 
1,661 



8l 437 

lO—i— 3 



1902. 



$ $ 



1,733 



729 
15 



203,644 



48,391 
16,221 

1,316 
?38 



1,326 
2,263 

65,389 
504 



1,949 
386 



189,867 



64,026 
13,240 

37 
1,075 



1903. 



3,744 



153 



Exports. 



Value. 



1899. 



226,761 



84,835 
19,780 



916 



2,877 j 
2,325; 



3,732 

2,751 



80,100 112,919 
3,226 2,292 



1,597 



1900. 



1901. 



1902. 



t4,736 



t5,340 



t4,640 



t4,369 



1903. 



t4,346 



9 
10 

11 
12 



TRADE AND COMMERCE i 

3-4 EDWARD VII., A. 1904 
No. 11. — Itemized Statement showing the Values of Imports. 



Entered for Home Consumption. 



ARTICLES. 



Books, periodicals, &c. — Co7i. 

Newspai>ers, and quarterly, 
monthlj" and semi-monthly 
magazines and weekly liter- 
ary papers, unbound 

Pamphlets, advertisins:, pic- 
torial show cards, illustrated 
advertising periodicals, illus- 
trated price books, catalogues 
and price lists ; advertising 
calendars and almanacs ; pat- 
ent medicine or other adver- 
tising circulars, fly sheets or 
pamphlets Lbs. 

Posters, advertising bills, and 
folders . « 

Printed music Ixiund or in 
sheets 



Total books, periodicals, &c. 



Boot, shoe and stay laces of any 
material 

Boots and shoes and slippers of 
all kinds, except rubber and 
leather 

Braces or suspenders, and metal 
parts of 



Breadstuffs, &c., viz. : — 

Arrowroot Lbs. 

Biscuits, sweetened, of all 
kinds 11 

Biscuits of all kinds, not 
sweetened n 

Bread, unleavened, for religi- 
ous purposes -. • • 

Macaroni and vermicelli. 

Rice, cleaned 

,1 uncleaned, unhulled or 
paddy 

Rice and sago flour and sago . . 

Tapioca 

All other breadstuffs, N.E.S. . 



Lbs. 



Total breadstuffs, N.E.S 



Grain, viz. : — 

Barley Bush. 

Beans i 

Locust beans and locust bean 
meal Lbs. 



Quantity. 



320,224 
101,498 



23,497 
124,108 
244,057 



939,190 
14,500,042 

10,706,009 
1,103,780 
2,924,610 



8,629 
11,610 

62,125 



1902. 



Value. 



Duty. 



145,809 



76,531 
24,254 
47,672 



1,661,667 



95,588 

51,283 
93,413 



1,368 
14,496 
13,498 



!:> cts. 



46,960 80 

14,906 88 

4,417 68 



197,835 89 



22,387 80 

11,890 79 
29,011 91 



1903. 



Quantity. 



Vak 



Duty. 



395,187 
127,018 



159,471 



87,901 
25,811 

76,177 



1,953,832 



90,765 

82,161 
99,328 



222 64 11,658 

3,277 82; 163,767 
3,192 64 249,897 



4.328 I 

4.5,1571 11,287 51; 1,516,807 
301,970 158,892 74 17,506,383 

140,784 40..536 69! 14,480,946 
17,6.52! 3,417 25; 1,426,038 



65,941 
302,096 



907,890 



3,691 
21,939 



1],()48 22i 3,347,925 
59,513 13 



291,988 Oil 



1,080 .50 
1,741 10 



1,847 



2,609 
2.5,103 

38,093 



786 

18,691 

14,964 

6,051 

00,264 

365,497 

206,018 
20,603 
59,717 

371,280 



1,124,471 



1,644 
39,303 

767 



$ cts. 



57,871 25 

18,670 31 

7,079 46 



244,803 33 



21,974 20 

19, .543 21 
31,028 73 



117 10 
4,124 75 
3,571 75 



15,005 58 
186,305 13 

53,360 92 

3,722 99 

10,670 90 

73.390 13 



350,389 25 



432 00 
3,764 05 



i STATISTICAL AND FINANCIAL STATEMENTS 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 10 
into and Exports from Canada, ifec. — Continued. 



35 



Imports. 


Exports. 




Value. 


Value. 




1899. 


1900, 

$ 

135,861 

66,712 

17,702 

34,818 

1,567,928 

65,570 

46,045 
65,969 

788 

19,581 

16,198 

3,983 

35,580 

226,896 

187,947 
38,994 
56,221 

125,716 

711,904 

215,228 
40,681 

206 


1 

1901. 

$ 
151,571 

66,855 

22,972 

33,266 

1,663,601 

85,442 

74, 144 

70,635 

1,594 

16,132 

13,708 

3,783 

35,574 

317,020 

178,547 

8,482 

53,650 

186,971 

815,461 

32,797 
20,917 

369 


1902. 

$ 

145,809 

76,519 

24,380 

47,682 

1,668,159 

95,284 

54,630 
93,163 

1,206 

14,219 

13,498 

4,328 

44,671 

298,^^95 

146,728 
15,827 
67,083 

300,314 

906,169 

3,691 
21,333 

1,347 


1903. 

$ 

159,471 

88,185 

25,896 

76,177 

1,957,048 

93,209 

81,224 

99,285 

827 

18,787 

14,951 

6,651 
64,186 

371,887 

276,874 
19,786 
62,774 

375,725 

1,212,448 

1,644 
40,049 

767 


1899. 


1900. 


1901. 


1902. 


1903. 




$ 
130,878 

67,828 


f 


$ 


$ 


$ 


1 

2 

3 
4 


17,126 












29,174 














135,154 


178,731 








1,446,372 


164,700 


184,246 


209,639 




61,440 

58,050 
72,992 










5 
6 




i 2.3,652 










7 


1,006 
14,714 
23,291 

2, .581 


22,742 


29,166 


30,177 


33,571 


8 

9 

10 

11 
12 
13 

14 
15 
16 
17 


33,863 
232,642 

183,115 


'i0J89 
35,942 


536 


5^692 


2^595 


'870 


19,731 
36,940 


22,230 


25,541 


20,546 


18,917 


100,140 


70,383 

179,519 
239,238 


45,508 

1,200,852 
335,542 














648,023 


60,399 


53,318 


53,35^ 




67,442 
46,052 

867 


1,173,219 
418,810 


231,199 
225,813 


457,233 
79,801 


18 
19 

20 



-31 



36 



TRADE AND COMMERCE 



3-4 EDWARD VII., A. 1904 
No. 11. — Itemized Statement showing the Values of Imports 

Entered for Home Consumption. 



ARTICLES. 



Br eadstuflf s — Concluded. 
Grain — Concluded. 

Buckwheat Bush. 

Indian corn for distillation . . m 
N.E.S.. „ 

Oats 

Pease n 

II split 

Rye Bush. 

Wheat I 

Grain, all other 



Total grain. 



Bush, 



Grain, products of, viz :— 

Malt.... 

Bran, mill feed, &c 

Buckwheat meal or flour Lbs. 

Indian or corn meal Brls. 

Oatmeal Lbs . 

Rye flour Brls. 

Wheat flour n 

Hominy, cracked, evaporated 
or dried corn 

Meal, all other 

Grain, flour and meal of all 
kinds, when damaged by 
water in transitu 



Total grain products. 
Total breadstuffs . . . 



Bricks, clays and tiles [see Earthen- 
ware : — 

Fire brick and stove linings, 
N.E.S 

Fire brick for use exclusively in 
process of manufacture . . . . M. 

Bath brick . 

Building brick M. 

Paving brick n 

China clay . . . Cwt. 

Fire clay, unmanufactured 

Manufactures of clay, N.O.P 

Pipe clay 

Clay, all other, N.E.S 

Drain tiles, not glazed 

Drain pipes and sewer pipes, 
chimney linings or vents and 
inverted blocks, glazed or un- 



1902. 



1003. 



Quantity. 



35 

474,795 

4,485,072 

133,112 

9,663 



2,038 
148,32( 



100,438 



56,922 

26,136 

517,361 

61 

47,143 



Value. 



29 

286,993 

2.480,397 

71,500 

15,426 



Duty. 



§ cts. 



3 .50 
35,609 62 



981 
89,407 



2,971,710 



13,204 70 
966 30 



203 SO 
17,799 18 



70,608 70 



69,076 

104,519 

1,928 

66,033 

11,034 

1.817 

144,850 

2,986 



b,i 



4U8,127 

4,287,727 



20,740 



4,087 

1,030 

136,609 



Total bricks, clays and tiles. 



45,608 

329.116 
'488 
33,802 
16,788 
54,331 
64,541 
20,065 

337 
21,312 

269 



.^5,261 



15.057 70 

20,903 80 

142 31 

6,534 00 

2,200 0' 

308 50 

28,283 40 

597 20 



872 27 



74,899 25 



437,496 59 



8,786 17 



(i5 88 
6,6:^j 14 
2,698 3' 



Quantity. 



813,275 

6,033,898 

100,811 

6,406 



430 

84,931 



101,491 



96,045 

25,390 

206,471 

1,307 

35,247 



Vah 



Duty. 



480,602 

3,2.50,329 

50,896 

14,531 



296 
57,794 



3,896,162 



76,594 

108,011 

2,835 

65,431 

5,884 

3,564 

115,279 

5,46? 



52,443 



435,503 



5,456,136 



25,078 



641,918 



3,586 59 



53 80 



18,754 29 



40,580 24 



2,881 

1,337 

173,244 



34,522 

482,794 
1,031 
28,493 
18,811 
61,931 
94,509 
17,574 

203 
19,773 

252 



57,100 



816,993 



i STATISTICAL AND FINANCIAL STATEMENTS 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 10 

into and Exports from Canada, itc. — Continued. 



37 



Imports. 



Value. 



1899. 


1900. 


1901. 


1902. 


1903. 


S 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


49 


72 


41 


29 




1 9,245,038 


7,163,485 


6,648,081 


2,770,456 


3,737,383 


292,060 
10,321 


422,977 
23,763 


946,511 
16,160 


131,818 

20,748 


70,651 
18,010 


232,091 
7,020,521 


.57,318 

4,542,170 


310.160 
6,370,314 


239,404 
7,217,137 


473,651 
5,556,705 












16,914,441 


12,465,900 


14,345,350 


10,405,963 


9,898,860 


52,340 
64,318 

3,559 
82,275 
42,314 

3,6.54 
233,534 


57,530 
74,266 

5,152 
76,413 
23,551 

3,428 
181,899 


66,329 
90,493 

2,410 
57,684 
63,376 

3,403 
156,009 


68,121 

104, .519 

1,928 

66,033 

12,413 

1,714 

155,544 


75,896 

108,628 

2,835 

65,431 

20,584 

3,568 

111,056 


2,0.50 


3,648 


3,231 


2,980 


5,895 


8,048 


6,374 


2,090 


5,884 


52,443 


492,092 


432,261 


445,025 


419,136 


446,336 


18,054,556 


13,610,065 


15,605,836 


11,731,268 


11,557,644 


38,487 


39,535 


32,831 


45,608 


34,581 


126,995 
1,401 

17,937 
47,270 
30,443 
9, .570 
2,388 
8,416 
1,827 


344,279 

1,801 

19,306 

39,579 

53,215 

59,291 

15,480 

1,448 

9,011 

1,383 


418,461 

1,744 

20,677 

10,414 

47,419 

79,530 

11,.513 

326 

13,976 

1,264 


329,116 

472 

33,802 

16,788 

54,331 

64,541 

20,065 

337 

21,312 

269 


482,794 
1,031 
28,493 
18,811 
61,931 
94,509 
17,574 

203 
19,773 

252 


32,071 


37,766 


54,842 


55,238 


57,100 


338,111 


622,093 


692,997 


641,879 


' 817,052 






- 


- 





Exports. 



Value 



1899. 



178,6,37 
6,411,495 



1900. 



1901. 



146,055 

4,758,778 



3,536,937 2,489,048 

1,837,-303 2,003,164 

123,493| 155,694 

572,593! 335,899 



14,043,972 
3,926 

27,127,113 



3,326 
168,120 



3,961 
396,568 



3,145,874 



5,288 



3,723,137 
30,920,633 



732 



523 



1,255 



16,368,889 
1,260 



27,795,181 



10,939 
145,206 



2,496 
474,991 



2,800,347 



5,225 



3,449,204 
31,289,893 



227,717 

5,507,245 

3,103,575 

2,490,931 

193,154 

708,156 

13,622,930 

1,954 



27,447,691 



3,563 
243,215 



1,719 

467,807 

45 

4,030,746 



31,402 



4,778,497 
32,286,587 



3,690 6,823 



215 



1,341 



3,905 



8,164 



1902. 



175,517 

1,287.789 

2,104,883 

1,. 591, 586 

222,954 

484,073 

26,410,101 

15,985 



32,749,900 



5,706 
237,178 



4,369 

344,332 

9,821 

3,969,135 



42,124 



4,612,665 



37,415,883 



8,792 



642 



9,434 



1903. 



175,394 

1,085,601 

2,632,886 

1 1,056,266 

701,288 

29,088,781 

3,299 



35,280,549 



7,415 
242.100 



5,191 
538,149 



4,700,651 



29,791 



19 



5,523,297 



10,857,204 



20 



'21 

....22 
12,345 23 
. . .24 

25 

26 

109,27 

28 

29 

30 



31 



12,454; 



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3-4 EDWARD VII., A. 1904 
No 11. — Itemized Statement showing the Values of Imports 




Brim moulds and moulds and 
skins for gold-beaters 

Bristles Lbs. 

British gum, dressine, sizing 
cream and enamel sizing i 

Broom com 



Entered for Home Consumption. 



Quantity. 



107,850 
1,409,336 



Brooms and whisks. 
Brushes 



Total brooms and brushes . 



Bullion or gold fringe 



8| Buttons, all kinds, N.O.P 

9] Buttons, pantaloon, wholly of 

metal Gross. 

10 Shoe buttons, papier mache m 

11 Shoe buttons, N. E.S m 

12 Lastings, mohair cloth, or other 
manufactures of cloth, import- 
ed by manufacturers of buttons 
f<jr use in their own factories, 
and woven and made in pat- 
terns of such size, shape or 

I form, and cut in such manner, 
as to be fit for covering buttons, 
exclusively 



Total buttons. 



Candles — 

Tallow Lbs. 

Paraffine wax " 

All other, N. E.S „ 



298,489 

77,974 

205 



Total candles. 



16: 



19 



|Caj|pets, mats and rugs, N.E.S. — 
and 



20 



Carpeting, rugs, mats 

matting of straw 

Carpets, N.E.S Yds 

Cocoa carj)eting, mats, rugs 

and matting 

Mats and rugs, including door 

and carriage, N.E.S 



257,248 

51,120 

651,061 



959,429 



Total carpets, mats and 
rugs, N.E.S 



Cari>et sweepers No. 



188,513 



I 
2,860! 



1902. 


Duty. 




1903. 




Value. 


Quantity. 


Value. 


Duty. 


S 


S cts. 




S 


S cts. 



598 
78,920 

53,322 
202,487 



115,400 

5,132 29 1,557,204 



692 
92,388 

67,022 
165,231 



6,536 21 



3,815 758 22 
223,511; 54,655 50 



227,326 55,413 72 



4,315 



3,002 596 03 
244,544 59,848 68 



247,546 60,444 71 



194,796 65,318 33 

24,124 5,955 26 137,2.52 

3,223 26,267 

42 10 32 431 



996 



4,001 



299,521 101,669 24 

26,530 6,.595. 16 

2,088 

130 31 84 



223,181 



26,541 

5,752 

69,201 



101,494 



44,225 
118,166 

5,221 

131,317 



298,929 



71,283 91 



6,406 98 

1,677 90 

16,645 56! 



1,990 

330,859! 108,296 24 



83,377 
839,999 



9,025 2,(;49 30 
86,822 20,(143 10 



24,730 44 923,376 



95,847 23,292 40 



11.042 26 60,668 1.5,155 25 

28,487 20 18,233 11,035 2,745 08 

1,134 02 1 2,631 496 84 

38,126 38; 171,429J 49,617 22 

78,789 86 ' 245,763 68,014 39 



9,067 2,720 10 6,102 11,.504 3,451 20 



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SESSIONAL PAPER No. 10 

into and Exports from Canada, &c. — Continued. 



39 



Imports. 



Value. 



Exports. 



Value. 



1899. 



283 
74,140 

.32,194 
108,251 



3,521 
156,026 

159,547 
2,645 

122,237 

26,869 

2,626 

198 



1,095 
153,025 



31,285 

6,022 

38,959 

76,266 



21,.360 

87,384 

4,035 
84,547 

197,326 

4,72« 



1900. 



109 

84,105 

43.961 
134,384 



2,777 
188,227 

191,004 
4, .319 

152,549 

31,865 
3,718 
1,599 



523 
190,251 



6,764 

3,020 

49,228 

.59,612 



40,624 
119,235 

6,289 

10.5,585 

271,733 

3,270 



1901. 



104 
60,691 

47,836 
212,037 



3, .530 
191,303 

194,833 
4,370 

150,.528 

26,022 

2,494 

415 



1,145 
180,604 



.39,870 

7,187 

67.293 

114,350 



40,044 
1.37,900 

2,323 

113,907 

294,174 

3,996 



1902. 



598' 
78,920' 



1903. 



692 

92,388 



1899. 



52,241 66,830 
202,487 165,231 



3,820 3,002 

218,475 245,817 

222,295; 248,819 

4,315 4,001 

194,851 299,414 

24,142 26,5.30 

3,223 2.688 

42i 130 



180 



990 1 
223,254 



23,368 

5,754 

67,925; 



1,990 
33('752 



180 



87,179/ ^'^ 



97,047 96,220' 



42 



.55,254 
119.045 

4,783 

133,406 

312,488! 

9,0671 



60,035 
11,040 



2,631j 

173,904! 



247,610; 
11,504 



1900. 



1901 . 



1902. 



1903. 



329 



291 



329 



291 



1,885 
1,885 



202 



202! 



772 8 

1 

.... 9 

... 10 

. ... 11 



12 



772 



....| !]3 

1.51' 2,748|J5 

151: 2,748 



16 
17 

18 

19 



20 



40 



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3-4 EDWARD VII., A. 1904 
No. 11. — Itemized Statement showing the Values of Imports 



ARTICLES. 



Entered for Home Consumption. 



1902. 



Quantity. ' Value. 



Carriages — 

Farm wagons Xo. 2,140 95,512 

Freight wagons, drays and 
similar vehicles h 

Buggies and carriages r 

Pleasure carts and similar 
vehicles, N.E.S <> 

Parts of above vehicles, includ- 
ing parts of cutters, child - 
reus carriages and sleds, 
N.O.P 

Railway passenger cars, 1st 
class No. 

Railway passenger cars, 2nd 
class I 

Railway passenger cars, tram 
or horse m ! 18 

Railway box and flat cars r j 992 

Railway or road scrapers « 4,359 

Parts of railway cars i 

Sleighs and cutters No. 

Wheelbarrows, trucks and 
haTid-carts ti 

Bicycles, tricycles and veloci- 
pedes, &c .> 

Bicycles and tricycles, parts of 

Children's carriages and sleds.. Xo. 

All other carriages, not other- 
wise enumerated 



Duty. 



$ cts. 



23,878 00 



481 
,245 


28,434 
70,692 


7,108 50 
24,4.58 24 


1 


55 


1,845 


645 75 


i 




63,870 


22,270 96 




16 


.38,200 11,460 00 


1 


2 


1,340 


402 00 


J 



Quantity. 



3,893 
371 

987 



Total carriages 



18 Cash registers No. 

19 Celluloid, mf rs. of N . E . S . . 

20 Celluloid, moulded into sizes for 
handles of knives and forks, 
&e., also moulded celluloid balls 
and cylinders coated with tin 
foil or not, but not finished or 
further manufactured, and cel- 

luloid lamp shade blanks 

21 Celluloid, xylonite or xyolite in 

sheets a/id in liunps, blocks or 
balls, in the rough 



22;Cement, hydraulic or waterlime.. Cwt. 



Portland 

N.E.S 

manufactures, X . O . P . 



Total cement. 



496 

12,978 

6,265 



6,07ll 1,821 30 

443,9.31 133,179 301 

30,290 9,087 00 . 

373,512 111,732 70, 

3,062 50| 



12 



40 

270 



11,996 

4.5,189 

88,164 

111,042 

11,177 



1,421,265 



813 




109,921 
22,80(J 



43 
35,273 



13,544 50 1 

26,417 10 

32,815 10 

3,802 99 



j626 

12,473 

4,449 



425,685 94 



32,976 30 
4,329 32 



2 87 



29,585^ 
1,971,616 



17,755 3,698 14 

833,6571 233,753 92 

10,770' 1,929 09 

1,464| 290 93 



863,646 239,672 08 



925 



1903. 



Value. 



Duty. 



174,471 
21,876 
70,011 

85,466 
26,179 



30,47 
51,8.34 
48,350 
403,199 
12,714 

' 64,500 

60,035 
122,003 

22,182 



1,193,298 



122,114 
34,990 



20 
35,061 



13,690 
2,316,8531 



6,333 
868,131 

16,281 



$ cts. 

43,617 75 

5,464 75 

24,113 85 

29,841 23 
7,853 70 



9,141 60 

15,550 20 

14,506 80 

120,539 20 

3,263 30 

19,.342 90 

17,906 00 

36,170 50 

7,759 97 



355,071 75 



36,634 20 
6,624 87 



2 00 



1,711 36 
271,004 03 

2,992 14 



890,745 275,707 53 



STATISTICAL AND FINANCIAL STATEMENTS 



41 



SESSIONAL PAPER No. 10 

into and Exports from Canada, &c. — Continued. 



Imports. 




484,371 



42 



TRADE AXD COMMERCE 



3-4 EDWARD VII., A. 1904 
Xo. 11 — Itemized Statement showing the Values of Imports 



Entered for Home Consumption. 



ARTICLES. 



1902. 



1903. 



Chronometers and compa.sses for 

ships 

Church vestments of any material . . . . 
Cider, not clarified or refined... .Galls. 
II clarified ur refined m 



Clocks 

Clock keys and clock movements 



Quantity. 



Value. 



Duty. 



Quantity. Value. 



874 
2,070 



8 cts. 



7,117 

13,G35 2,692 29 

2071 43 70 

3,172 202 33 



340 

2,85.5 



6,862 

18,71.5 

103 

2,753 



230,714 
3,281 



.57,007 15 \ 270 116 

750 60 J ^<u,ut) 



Total clocks, &c., &c. 



233.995: 57,757 75 



270,116 



Clothes wringers and parts there- 
of for domestic use Xo. 

Cloths, not rubbered or made 
waterpro'if, whether of wool, 
cotton, union, silk or ramie, 60 
inches or over in width and 
weighing not more than 7 oz. to 
the sqiiare yard, when imported 
exclusiveh' for the manufacture 
of Tiiackintosh clothing Yds. 

Clothing and wearing ai>parel, 
N.O.P. (exixjrts) 



9,95» 16,916 



10 
11 
12 
13 
14 
15 



Coal and coke, &c.: — 

Anthracite coal and dust Tons. 

Coal, bituminous „ 

.. dust, X.E.S ,. 

Charcoal 

Cinders 

Coke. Tons. 



347,141 



70,371 



5,920 60 



10,060 



17,466 



7,037 10 465,380 



92,285 



1,652,451 7,021,939: 1,4.56,713 7,028,(j64 

3,047,392 5,712,058; 1,608,4X5 9-2 3,511,412 7,776,717 

489,548 2M,o5(\, 44,.557 58 550,883! 420,317 

19,087 



267,142 842,815 



Total crial, coke, &c. 



16 Cocoanuts, imix)rted from place 

of growth by vessels direct to a 
Canadian port No. 

17 Cocoanuts, X.E..S ... 

Cocoanuts, desiccated, sweetened 

or not Lbs. 

Total cocoanuts 



5,456,533 13,841,362 



256,723 1,222,756 



1,(352,993 50 } 16,467,541 



18 



2,237,769 
157,999 

19,.562 



37,021 
4,.332 

2,040 



43,393 



19 Cocoa beans, not roasted, crushed 

or ground Lbs. 

20 Cocoa ])aste, clujcolate paste, 

i cocoas and cocoa butter, N.O.P. « 

21 Cocoa shells and nibs, chocolate 
and other preparations of cocoa, 
N.E.S , 

Total cocoa and preparations of. h 



7, .503 38 2,143,604; 
1,579 99 98,9<)8 

843 25 19,926 



36,804 
2,883 

2,353 



9,926 62 



42,040 



693,756 94,263] 1,301,292: 181,251 

1 

862,811 163,286: 28,7.35 71 1,045,474 185,331 

I i ' 

595,698 149,041 25,388 73 725,445 185,758 



Duty. 



S cts . 



3,697 70 

17 00 

280 49 



67,165 16 



67,165 16 



6,113 10 



9,320 65 



1,849,808 84 

64,522 08 

3,141 07 



1,917,471 99 



7,2.37 14 

989 08 

923 05 



9,149 27 



35,025 19 
32,038 40 



2,152,265 406,.590 54,124 44 3,072,211 552,340! 67,063 59 



i STATISTICAL AND FINANCIAL STATEMENTS 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 10 

into and Expoi'ts from Canada, &c. — Continued. 



43 



Imports. 



Value. 



1899. 


1900. 


1901. 


1902. 


1903. 


S 


•S 


$ 


$ 


$ 


2,429 

13,476 

241 

990 


4,002 

11,563 

213 

1,174 

- 


3,887 

12,526 

101 

2,815 


7,117 

13,152 

207 

3,728 


6,862 

20,123 

103 

2,290 


r 184,667 
\ 1,731 


192,912 
6,606 


204,871 
3,161 


230,509 
3,281 


} 270,717 


186,398 


199,518 


208,032 


233,790 


270,717 


13,452 


17,060 


19,581 


16,796 


17,466 


27,796 


45,051 


50,486 


70,631 


98,045 


6,490,509 

3,1599,629 

44,524 


6,602,912 

4,448,254 

98,444 


7,923,950 

5,280,367 

275,880 


7,021,939 

6,020,129 

265,770 


7,028,664 

8,206,505 

446,127 

19,087 


362,826 


506,839 


680,138 


842,815 


1,222,756 


10,597,488 


11,656,449 


14,160,341 


14,150,65? 


16,923,1.39 


24,367 
7,461 


• 26,405 

5,248 


34,860 
5,709 


37.130 
4,369 


3-5,795 
2,883 


437 


3,775 


4,136 


2,007 


2,353 


32,265 


35,428 


44,705 


43,506 


42,031 


99,387 


117,761 


16.3,216 


94,263 


181,251 


100,692 


151,6.53 


145,582 


165,928 


192,402 


107,498 


121,407 


129,619 


154,160 


187,617 


307,577 


390,821 


438,417 


414, .351 


561,270 


- 


-- 









Exports. 



Value. 



1899. 



17 



48,017 



3,718,826 



6,840 

50 

16,484 

3,742,200 



1900. 



125 



190,372 



4,771,441 



2,837 

66 

33,770 

308,114 



1901. 



2, .534 



664,111 



5,438,903 



8,010 

10 

192,910 



5,6.39,833 



1905 



395 



1903. 



810 



110,455 



4,934,260 



140,984 



5,515,363 



8,585 18,952 

75: 490 

184,525, 130,784 



5,127,445 5,665,.589 



16 
17 



18 



19 
20 

21 



44 



TRADE AND COMMERCE \ 

3-4 EDWARD VII., A. 1904 
No. 11. — Itemized Statement .showing the Values of Import.s 



ARTICLES. 



Entered for Home Con.sumption. 



1 Coffee, green, imported direct. . . 

2 .. .. N.E.S- 

3 .. extract of N. E. S., or 
substitutes therefor of 
all kinds 

roasted or ground, when 
not imported direct from 
country of growth and 

production 

I roasted or ground, and 
imitations of and susbti- 

tutes for, N.O.P 

1 condensed with uiilk 

7jChicorj', raw or green 

:8 1 Chicory, kiln -dried roasted or 
ground 



Total coffee and imita- 
tions of, and chicory. . . 



Lbs. 



1902. 




1903. 




Quantity. 


Value. 


Duty. 


Quantity. 

i 


Value. 


Duty. 




■S 


•S cts. 




s 1 


S cts. 


5,345,691 
523,348 


452,434 
54,936 


i 5,698,338 

5,493 60 497,497 


467,980 . 
55,002 


5,500 20 


62,299 


5,293 


1,772 21 


101,990 


9,152 


2,904 13 



Coir and coir yarn 



276,532 



137,080 
216 



54,493 10,966 .58 232,745 41,016 8,750 99 



15,732 2,741 .52 153,542 
30 6 00 23 

90 



101,860 



3,958i 3,250 25 



17,651 

17 

4 



3,064 58 
3 40 
2 70 



80,740 



3,226 2,619 43 



6,447,026 586,876 24,230 16| 6,764,965 594,048 22,845 43 



Collars and cuffs : — 
10 Collars of cott^m or linen, xylon- 
ite, xyolite or celluloid Doz. 

Hi Cuffs of „ „ Pairs. 



Total collars and cuffs 



12 Combs for dress and toilet, of all 

I kinds 

13 Communion plate imported for 
the use of churches 



14 



Cordage and twine and manufac- 
tures of : — 

Binder twine, of hemp, jute 
manilla or sisal and of man- 
ilia and sisal mixed Lbs. 

Binder twine, articles for the 

manufacture of 

Cordage, cotton of, all kinds . . Lbs. 

Cordage, N.E.S „ 

Twine, of all kinds, N.E.S. ... „ 
Twine, manuf.acture8of, viz.: — 
Hammocks and lawn tennis 
nets, siKjrtsman's fish nets 
and other articles, N.O.P 



Total cordage and twine 
and manufactures of . . . 



161,297 



8,280 



61,9711 



2,929 



93,270 
16,811 



89,948 28,.398 61 
2,800 881 18 



152,506 
18,857 



143,464* 46,341 34 
2,271 660 25 



92,743 29,279 79 . . 



145,735 47,001 59 



151,063 46,146 34 
11,283 



1.54,373 47.241 30 
14,763 



14,927,302 1,. 507,344 




106,-133 

1,22.5, .563 

441,347 



245,515 

12,551' 2,976 62 

131,372 26,530 90 

.54,4051 11,577 07 



19,640, 5,820 40 



82,285 
1,690,235 



347,585 

10,3.52 2,4.53 60 

190,721 1 39,283 48 



21,216 6,283 60 



1,970,827 46,904 99 



2,380,112 48.020 68 



i STATISTICAL AND FINANCIAL STATEMENTS 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 10 
into and Exports from Canada, tfec. — Continued. 



45 



Imports. 



Value. 



1899. 


1900. 


■^ 


$ 


461,353 
49,487 


442,180 
48,414 


3,938 


4,278 


52,828 


66,378 


4,867 

160 

19 


5,226 
3,253 


4,468 


2,774 


577,120 


572,503 


6,885 


6,757 


61,637 
2,043 


63,892 
2,644 


63,680 


66,536 


123,218 


153,249 


11,631 


9,987 


818,412 


866,892 


68,775 

29,816 

r 30,180 

\ 36,103 


32,256 
24,413 
43,318 
33,712 


12,052 


13,557 


995,338 


1,014,148 









347,226 
58,217 



6,684 



67,095 



10,830 
143 



3,579 

493,775 
2,667 

87,527 
1,373 

88,900 

127,196 

15,743 



928,096 

89,475 
16,1.57 
78,065 
54,630 



15,257 
1,181,680 



452,011 
55,716 



5,213 



57,933 



15,729 
48 



Exports. 



Value. 



1899. 1900. 1901. 1902. 1903 



4,179 

590,829 
8,280 

89,957 
2,800 

92,757 

151,046 

11,283 



1,507,344 

245,515 
12,551 

133, .558 
54,604 



19,634 
1,973,206 



467,980 1 
57,131 



9,341 



35,710 



20,920 

14 

4 



3,522 j 

594,6221 
2.929J.. 



7,738 



12,632 



7,738 



143,464 

2;271 

145,735 

154,206 

14,763 



1,810,238 

347,585 
10,452 

\ 192,825i 



21,216 
2,382,316 



J- 141,170 



141,170 



10,154 



12,632 10,154 



22,845 



183,409' 175,026 



183,409 175,026 



22,845 



15,785 



15,785 



256,896 



256,896 



10 
11 



12 
13 



165,030 



14 

16 
16 

17 
18 



19 



165,030 



46 



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3-4 EDWARD VII., A. 1904 
No. 11. — Itemized Statement showing th^ Values of Imports 



ARTICLES. 



Entered for Home Cox.sumptton. 



1902. 



1903. 



Quantity, j Value. < Duty. , Quantity. 



IjCorsets 

2, Corset clasps, busks, blanks, steels 
and corset wires, tipped or un- 

j tipped Lbs. 

3 Costumes and scenery, theatrical 



17,326 



4 Cotton and oianufactures of {e.\ix)rts). . 
6 Duck, gray or white, N.E.S. . . Yds. 

6 Embroideries, white 

7 White or bleached cotton fab- 

rics, N.K.S Yds. 

8| Graj-, unbleached cotton fabrics << 

9i Bookbinder's cloth 

lOJ Duck for belting and hose, im- 
ported by manufacturers of 
such articles for use in the 
manufacture thereof in their 
own factories 

11 Printed or dyed cotton fab- 

rics, N.O.P . Yds. 

12 .Jeans and coutilles and sateens, 

imported by corset and dress 
stay makers for use in their 
own factories . m 

13 Handkerchiefs 

14 Batts, batting and sheet wad- 

ding Lbs. 

15 Knitting yam, hosiery yarn 

or other cotton yarn 

16| Cotton warp, N.E.S « 

17 Warp on beams Yds. 

18 Seamless bags Lbs. 

19 Sheets and bed quilts, and da- 

mask of cotton, N.O.P 

20' Shirts of cotton Doz. 

21 Sewing thread on spools 

22 Sewing cotton thread in h.inks, 

I 3 and 6 cords Lbs. 

231 Crochet cotton thread on spools 

or tubes or in balls 

24 All other cotton thread, N. 

E.S Lbs. 

25 Clothing 

26 Blouses and shirt waists 

27 Cotton bags made by the use 
of the needle, not otherwise 
provided for. 

28j Belting of all kinds except 

leather or rubber 

29i Lampwicks 

30 Prunella 

31 Shawls 

32 Socks and stockings doz. pairs. 

33 Hosiery, N.E..S 

34 Tape, not djed or coloured 

35 1. dyed or coloured 

36 Towels. 



349.232 



10,354,170 
4,110,183 



36,168,662 



959,251 



137,885 

210,013 
15,279 
29,850 
61,525 



14,342 
594,755 

.S.657 



88,419 



S cts. 



102,485, 35,743 09i 



4,093 1,432 55 
8,975! 1,795 00 



Value. 



Dutv. 



.8 cts. 



98,548i 34,354 52 



3,367 1,178 45 
9,933; 2,004 20 



52,204 11,343 54 
364,688 90,819 12 



298,951 



753,752 143,719 53 12,394,015 

152,619 30,676 71' 5,382,849 

34,406^ : 



137,501 
3,489,012 



88,538 
232,762 

12,02(; 

41,604 

2,481 
1,053 
7,283, 

109,904 

73,5881 

255,045 

346, 629 j 

24,707' 

(J3ti 

372,2141 

14,9591 



910,39120 37,262,565 



17,434 58 1,052,504 
57,321 60 



166,271 
121,219 



3,004 83 

8,603 63 
579 34 

263 25 J 
1,435 4U| 

23,710 00 1. 
22,.5S1 5^ 
53,109 09 



34,725 00 

5.946 51 

i 
145 17 -6,953 
118,267,13 



5,187 59 




23,2.54 8,078 93i. 



58, 

11, 

3, 

1, 

107, 

110, 

32, 

25, 

34, 



782 
270 
.544 
225 
054 
705: 
279, 
.595: 
315i 



9,679 45i 
2,676 60 



253 40 . 
32,995 04 I 
36,194 41 f 

6,009 56, . 

7,157 041.. 

7,088 00| . . 



167,229 



41,652 9.023 06 

418,481 104,356 02 

841,191 154,957 48 

209,7M 39,564 37 

40,459 



273,934 
3,555,604 



100,165 
233,226 

16,527 

27,720 

4,406 

11,552 

129,373 
127,273 
300,038 

401,469 

33,642 

2,385 

407,014 

51,564 

48,967 

80,250 

8,648 

2,168 

369 

209,601 

42,727 
32,232 
60,409 





920,469 02 


19,833 44 
58,432 14 


4,101 43 


5,980 81 


1,002 41 


2,280 .52 


28,153 30 
40,975 97 
63,346 58 


40,153 45 


7,660 57 


486 43 

128,666 19 

17,815 40 


17,012 71 


13,894 86 
2,063 84 


85 40 


66,782 68 


7,778 74 
o Qfto oa 



12,529 40 



i STATISTICAL AND FINANCIAL STATEMENTS 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 10 
into and Exports from Canada, &c. — Continued. 



47 



Imports. 



Exports. 



Value. 



1900. 

$ 
75,903 

3,665 
5,460 



53,117 
297,892 

512,396 

130,318 

34,346 



119,883 
3,304,729 



114,210 
144,881 

17,971 

99,581 
5,818 
1,360 
6,243 

92,830 

38,588 

255,237 

389,285 

15,607 

12,3i)5 

372,482 

32,864 



17,651 

30,941 
10,950 
4,516 
359 
93,019 
54,024 
22,893 
15,985 
36,849 



1901. 



100,133 



2,397 
6,012 



64,380 
316,473 

577.551 

473,204 

31,887 



102,316 
2,952,858 



104,500 
200,597 

14,947 

92,215 
6,708 
1,625 
9,275 

84,571 

45,791 

262,054 

377,781 

1.^,585 

3,455 

317,058 

15,049 



30,591 

53,070 

8,411 

5,520 

1,848 

92,892 

82,140 

29,659 

25,489 

26,965 



1902. 



101,80^ 



4,093 
9,291 



54,719 
366,522 

751,809 

125,732 

34,406 



137,501 
3,482,253 



88,538 
233,409 

12,026 

41,604 
2,481 
1,053 

7,283 

110,673 

76,101 

254,858 

346,629 

24,707 

()36 

371,823 

14,959 



23,254 

56,352 

11,393 

3, .544 

1,225 

106,218 

110,549 

.32,141 

25,595 

35,036 



1903. 



98,646 



3,367: 
43,043 



Value. 



1899. 



422.470 



41,118 
414,740 

843,924' 

206,246 

40,4.59 



273,934 
3,5«9,338 



100,165 
233,516; 

16,527 

27,662 

4,406: 

11,536| 

129,2071 
124,882 
300,740: 

401,4()9' 

33,642 



2.385 

407,643 

51,564 



52,005 

77,393 

8,629 

2,168 

369 

209,165 

42,762 
32,206 

60,220i 



1900. 



1901. 



423,-564 



1902. 



1903. 



.581,732 1,170,739 



615,710 



10 
11 



12 

jl3 

14 

15 
16 
17 

18 

ri 

20 
21 

22 

23 



... 24 
... 25 
. :26 



27 

28 
29 
30 
31 
32 
33 
34 
35 
36 



48 



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3-4 EDWARD VII., A. 1904 
No. 11. — Itemized Statement showing the Values of Imports 



EXTEREi:) KOR HoiIE COXSUIII'TION. 



ARTICLES. 



Cotton and manufactures of — Con. 

Undershirts and drawers 

Uncoloured cotton fabrics, blea- 
ched, viz.: Scrims and win- 
dow scrims, cambric cloths, 
muslin apron checks, brilli- 
ants, cords, piques, diapers, 
lenos, mosquito nettings ; 
Swiss, jaconet and cambric 
muslins, and plain, striped or 
checked lawns, Yds. 

Velvets, velveteens, and plush 
fabrics, N.E.S. " 

Cotton yarn. No. 40 and finer. 

Cotton yam, polished or glazed, 
when impoi-ted by manufac- 
turers of shoe laces for the 
manufacture of such goods in 
their own factories 

Cotton waste not dyed, &c. . . . 

Cotton wool or raw cotton 

Other articles made by the 
seamstress from cotton fab- 
rics, N.O.P 

Total cotton and manu- 
factures of 




2,212,914 188,572 33,333 51 2,653,119i 210,47 



S cts. 
31,724 10,795 76 



Lbs. 



l,.585,2o3! 379,725i 87,961 20 
1,131,982' 244,371 



14,007 

.5,132,084 

64,225,764 



4,702 

265,058! 

5, .599, 031 1 



75,740 



24,200 59 



13,740,372 1,797,'^28 10 



9|Crapes, black 

10 Cnacibles, clay or plumbago 

lljCurtains and shams, when made 

i up, trimmed or untrimmed .'. 

12 Curling stones - ... No. 

13 1 Cyclometers and pedometers 

14 Dressing, harness, leather and 

i shoe 




Drugs, dyes, chemicals and medi- 
cines : — 
15, Drugs, chemicalsand medicines 

1 (exports) 

16 1 Dye stuffs, N.E.S. (exports) . . . 



20.261 3,018 94 
28,635 



477,762 131,080 14 
4.512 
354 88 50 

56,131 13,883 90 



17! 
18 



191 



20 



21 

22! 
23 



Acids — 

Acid boracic 

Acetic and pyroligneou-, X. 
E.S., not exceeding ])rcH_>f 
strength ■ .< 

Acetic and jiyroligneous, in 
excess of the strength of 
proof 

Acid, acetic and pyroligneous 
crude of any strength not 
exceeding 30 per cent. . . . 

Acid phosphate, N . O . P . . . . 

Acids, nmriatic and nitric. . . 

Acid, oxalic ... 



Lbs. 
Tails. 



Lbs. 



88,735 



12 



3,230 



6,378 
264,172 
467,143 
136,774 



4,938 



2,840 



730 

15,906 

8,200 

7.545 



1 80 



3,171 15 



177 25 
3,968 68 
1,637 94 



1,566,996 
802,214 



381,715 
259,050 



15,271 3,261 

5,633,880 290,275 

67,942,139 5,968,333 



99,574 



14,9.57,206 



1,335 



16,555 
34,624 

589,649 

6,163 

493 

60,880 



106,937 5,843 



11 



3,316 



1,966 

295,023 

72,990 

140,629 



2,640 



400 



37T624 65 
90,915 20 



32,382 19 



1.948 486 28 



2,171 59 

162,207 53 

123 25 

15,047 30 



1 65 



3,314 78 



100 00 

13,398; 3,349 .50 

4,053 808 13 

7,170: 



i STATISTICAL AND FINANCIAL STATEMENTS 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 10 
into and Exports from Canada, &c — Continued. 



49 



Imports. 



Exports. 



Vah 



1899. 



13,948 



156,504 

220,254 
212,365 



1900. 



16,535 



159,518 

217,722 
220,372 



171,638 
3,129,579 



60,233 
9,561,048 



20,300 
14,350 

392,020 
7,779 
1,898 

54,835 



4,437 

43 

1,640 



1901. 



1902. 



7, 704 1 7,539 



134,755 

296,909 
189,763 



1,240 2,997 

279,6471 267,431 
4,229,198! 4,773,993 



39,998 
11,503,360 



23,076 
20,571 

442,074 

7,346 

732 

49,722 



5,910 

66 

2,472 



606 25' 

9,0681 10,202 

15,212: 3,122 

4,711! 8,566 

10— i_4 



73,101 
12,173,718 



22,338 

38,874 

435,805 

5,054 

168 



50, .564 



3,948 

239 

3,209 



1,051 
9,038 
5,460 

7,482 



190,524 

381,190 
244,371 



4,702 

26.5,058 

5,599,031 



78,168 
13,715,612 



20,304 

28,635 

476,378 

4,512 

504 

56,393 



1903. 



31,724 



Value. 



1899. 



210,570 

380,772i 
259,050| 



3,261 
290,275 41,540 
.5,968,333 



4,938 

3 

2,343 



730 

16,056 

8,200 

7,545 



100,732 
14,934,767 



16,422 
34,624 

590,632 

6,163 

493 



464,010 



1900. ! 1001. 



59,781 



483,345 



1902. 



1903. j 



,. 2 
. 3 



72,809 



60,9.37: 



5,843 



3,377 



400 

13,398 

4,177 

7,170 



290,952 
14,724 



6.54,541 



327,367 
5,153 



55,940 



1,226.679 



685,410 
8,436 



63,230 



678,940 



081,133 
27,514 



9 
10 

11 
!12 

lis 

14 



1,165,457:15 
32,47316 



17 

jl8 

i 
19 



20 
21 
22 
23 



50 



TRADE AXD COMMERCE i 

3-4 EDWARD VII., A. 1904 
No. 11. — Itemized Statement showing the Values of Imports 



ARTICLES. 



EXTEREU FOR HoME CONSUMPTION. 



1902. 



190.3. 



Quantity 



Drugs, dyes, chemicals, &c. — Con. 

Acid, sulphuric 

Acids, mixed, X . E . S 

Acid tannic, blood albumen . . . 

Acid tartar emetic and gray 
tartar 

Adds, all other, N.E.S 

Alum in bulk only, ground or 
UHground and alum cake .... 

Alumina, sulphate of 

Ammonia, .'sulphate of 

.. nitrate of 

Aniline dye-, X.O. P., in pack- 
ages less than I lb. weight 

Aniline dyes and coal tar dyes 
in bulk* or packages of not 
less than 1 lb 

Alazarine and artifical alazarine 

Aniline salts and arseniate of 
aniline 

Aniline oil, crude 

Annatto, liquid or solid. 

Antiseptic surgical dressing. . . . 

Antimony, or regulus of, not 
ground, pulverized or other- 
wise manufactured 

Antimony salts 

Argols or argal 

Arsenic 

Bacteriological prfxiucts or ser- 
ums for sub-cutaneous injec- 
tions 



Value. I Duty. | Quantity. Value. Duty 



Lbs. 



Lbs. 



Lbs. 



420,731 
18,981 



31,944' 
416,331 

4,841,957. 

3,460,180 

.59.5,645 

29,252 

5,026 



1,006,720 
107,445 

2.31,918' 
10,464 
68,199 



Beans, viz.: — 

22 Xux- Vomica, crude only Lbs. 

23 Tonquin, crude only .. 

24 Vanilla, crude n 

25 Berries for dyeing, or used for 
composing dyes » 

26 Borax, groimd or unground, in 
bulk of not less than 25 lbs. . n 

27 Brimstone, crude, or in roll or 
flour, and sulphur crude, in 
roll or flour i> 

28 Bromine » 

29 Burgundy pitch i. 

30 Camwood and sumac and ex- 

tract thereof i. 

31 Caynogen or compound of bro- 

mine and jwtassium for re- 
! ducing metals in mining op- 
erations .... 1' 

32 Chloralum or chloride of alum- 

inum I' 

3i Chloride of lime, in packages 

of not less than 25 lbs i. 



248.373 

2.56,449 

11,647 

106,8.57 



2,596 
2,698 
6,046 

3,990 

2,186,787 



24,640,735 
4,6.58 
1,043 



681,712 

1,125 

I 
2,0.56 

3,979,318 



•S cts. 



4,626 1,152 92 102,314 

890 177 83 162,282 

13,311 

6,611 39,.315 

47,157 7,954 57 291,740 

54,092 ! 6,041,234 

115.310 2,781,9.31 

13,7.58 2.56,149 

2,076 47,051 



347 



331,844 
11,893 



66 24 



20,.330 

1,010 

11,789 

37.879 7,212 39 



16,821 

22,455 

1,987 

6,004 



61 : 



1,142,756 
76,630 

326,897 
44,731 
67,620 



S cts. 



2,332 576 42 

6,514 1,302 80 

17,436 

.5,939 

36,693 6,093 34 



62,998 

66,528 

7,6.59 

2,770 

29 



.368,483 
16,4331 



.31.411 



126 
1,821 
22.994 . 



73,725 2,393,358 



325,307 24,412,7.37 

1,952 2,122 

36 1,180 



1.5,816 

821 
45 



862,948 

75 
4.5,943 



57,082 1 4,637,386 



2.59,123 

795 

33 



20,001 

28 
20,153 
59,455 



5 80 



32,837 

3,546 

8,362; 

47,852 9,129 .54 




i STATISTICAL AND FINANCIAL STATEMENTS 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 10 
into and Exports from Canada, etc. — Continued. 



51 



Imports. 



Value. 



1!S99. ]!)00. 1901. 1902. 1903. 



50,801 
10 



7,066 

22,397 

6,083 

1,586 
35,511 

47,491 

10,347 

6,13' 

1,678 

2,353 



285,.571 
15,375 

13,984 

969 

11,129 

33,901 



15,064 
4,937 
1,961 

11,035 



16,673 

28 

2,604 

23,680 

269 

78,445 



215,433 
33 
55 



15,573 

919 
2,959' 

65,224! 

-i— 41 



5,325 

4,811 

13,233 

1,277 
45,708 

43,693 

8,787 

11,857 

3,753 

146 



279,736 
10,400 

1.5,200 

1,430 

11,247 

39,526 



7,799 

10,915 

2,378 

8,361 



21,453 

10 

1,844 
2.5,544 

1 

64,720 



270,608 

854 

3 



15,917 

1,251 

19 

54,136 



5,091 

890 

13,311 

6,611 
50,182 

54,092 

11.5,310 

13,758 

2,076 

347 



331,844 
11,893 

20,330 

1,010 

11,789 

38,049 



16,821 

22,455 

1,987 

6,004 



31,411 

126 

1,821 

22,994 

199 

73,725 



325,307 

1,952 

36 



1.5,816 

821 

45 

57,082 



2,272 

6,514 

17,436 

5,939 
.39,214 



62,998 

66,528 

7,659 

2,770 

29 



368,483 
16.433 



Exports. 



Value. 



1899. 1900. 1901. 1902. 1903, 



32,837 
3, .546 
8,362 

47,978 



46,542 

18,892 

2,692 

11,824 



47,49; 



16 
1,225 

22,729 



75,093 



2.59,123 

795 

33 



20,001 

28 
20,153 
59,455 



104 



67 



1,091 



1,044 



3,270 



1 
2 
3 

4 
5 

6 

7 
8 
9 

10 



11 
12 

13 
{14 
15 
16 



17 
18 
19 
20 



21 

22 
23 
24 

25 

26 



27 
28 
29 



30 

31 
32 
33 



52 



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No. 11. — Itemized Statement showing the Values of Imports 





ARTICLES. 


Entered for Home Consumption 




' 1902. 


1903. 




Quantity. 


Value. 


Duty. 


Quantity. 


Value. Duty. 


1 


Drugs, dyes, chemicals, &c. — Con. 

Cochineal Lbs. 

Cream of tartar in crystals 

Dragon's blood m 

Dyes, patent, prepared n 

Drugs, crude, such as barks, 
beans, flowers, roots, berries, 
balsams, buds, bulbs, fruits, 
insects, grains gums and guin 
resins, &c., not edible but in 
crude state, and not advanced 
in value bj^ any process of 
manufacture, N. O. P 


6,658 

1,080,116 

162 

12,895 


$ 
1,823 


$ cts. 


1,007 

1,015,3/6 

65 

29,458 


225 

167,780 

62 

4,998 

85,783 

28,938 

7,741 

453,204 


$ cts. 


2 
3 
4 
5 


163,514 

124 

1,672 






78,408 

52,102 

12,321 

332,108 






6 


Dyeing or tanning articles in a 
crude state used in dyeing or 
tanning, N. E- S Lbs. 

Logwood and fustic, ground, 
and ground oak bark.. .... n 

Extract of logwood fustic oak 
and oak bark and quebracho, n 

Extract of hemlock bark 


1,583,929 

521,628 

9,468,023 




425,474 

553,988 

12,968,112 




7 






8 






9 






10 


Flowers, leaves and roots : — 
Roots, medicinal, viz.: alka- 
net, crude, crushed or 
ground aconite, calumba, 
folise digitalis, gentian 
ginseng, jalap, ipecacuan- 
ha, iris, orris root, liquor- 
ice, sai'saparilla, squills, 
taraxacum, rhubarb and 
valerian, unground 

Gelatine and isinglass Lbs. 

Glycerine, N.E.S ... " 

<i for explosives « 

Gums : — 

Amber, Arabic, Australian, 
cliicle or sappato gum 
crude, copal, daniar, kau-' 
rie, niastic, sandaric, Sene- 
gal, shellac, while shellac 
in gum or flake, for manu- 
facturing purposes, and 
gum tragacanth, gum 
gedda and gum barberry. . n 

Camphor. . . n 

Opium, crude » 

Opium, powdered. , 

Other, N.E.S ,. 

Hemp bleaching compound 
when imported by manu- 
facturers of rope to be used 
in their own factories for 
the manufacture of rope, 
C 


200^883 
868,314 
86.5,501 

4,711,759 
65.424 

72,0.59 

220 

10,868 


6,570 

56,464 

102,292 

95,626 

881,801 

18,009 

250,005 

602 

2,427 

127 

.32,652 

2,536 






6,060 

60,600 

95,448 

137,590 

878,057 

22, .372 

187,997 

490 

2,785 




11 
12 
13 

14 


i'3,057 26 

13,945 .54 

7,295 58 

' 3,1 12 32 

49,709 66 

210 15 

485 40 


198,513 

779,897 

1,171,588 

4,.398,131 

43,035 

61,965 

182 

10,860 


14,083 53 
12.963 62 
10,106 49 


15 
16 
17 
18 
19 


3,925 17 

44,163 00 

183 15 

519 93 


20 


Indigo Lbs. 

1, auxiliary or zinc dust n 


50,.572 
154,935 


62,946 
309,670 


29,731 
4,937 




21 







i STATISTICAL AND FINANCIAL STATEMENTS 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 10 
into and Exports from Canada, &c. — Continued. 



53 



Imports. 



Value 



1899. 1900. 1901. 1902. 1903. 



1,048 

1.34,852 

330 

5,896 



75,188 

31,812 

11,380 

196,()37 



5,499 

57,945 

71,231 

109,206 



243,504 

14,922 

196,076 

571 

1,720 



39,980 
24,473 



767 

167,611 

511 

1,876 



99,610 

41,883 

11.193 

209, .585 



1,823 

163,514 

124 

],6r2 



4,216 

.51,046 

93,194 

114,458 



664,932 

14,852 

309,858 

468 

2,531 



55,210 
5,452 



78,408 

52,102 

12,321 

332,108 



6,570 

57,071 

102,850 

130,8.58 



881,801 

18,998 

249,888 

602 

2,427 



127 

32,652 

2,536 



225 

167,780 

62 

4,998 



85,783 

28,938 

7,741 

453,204 



6,060 

56,986 

94,931 

113,940 



878,057 

2.3,552 

196,315 

490 

2,785 



29,731 
4,937 



Exports. 



Value. 



1899. 1900. 1901. 1902. 1903 



77,60'; 



64,405 



57,321 



72,240 



58,359 ! 



10 
11 
12 
13 



14 
15 
16 
17 
18 



19 
20 
21 



54 



TRADE AND COMMERCE i 

3-4 EDWARD VII., A. 1904 
No. 11. — Itemized Statement showing the Values of Imports 



Entered fok Home Consumptiox. 



ARTICLES. 



22 
23 
24 

25 

26 

27 

28i 
29 
30 
31 



32 



Drugs, dyes, chemicals, &c. — Con. 
Indigo paste and extract of . . . . Lbs. 

Iodine, crude n 

Iron liquor, solution of acetate 
or nitrate of iron for dyeing 

and calico printing 

Lac, crude, seed, button, stick 

and shell Lbs. 

Liquorice, in i^aste, rolls or 

sticks II 

Litmus and all lichens, pre- 
pared and not pre["ared 

Madder and munjeet, or In- 
dian madder, ground or pre- 
pared, and all extracts of 

Magnesia Lbs. 

Malt, extract of (non-alcoholic), 
for medicinal and baking 

purposes 

Manganese, oxide of Lbs, 

Morphine Oz. 

Musk, in pods or in grain . . i. 
Nut galls and extracts thereof. Lbs. 
Opium, prepared for smoking. . 
Ottar or attar of roses, and oil 

of roses Oz. 

Persis. or extract of archill and 

cud-bear Lbs, 

Phosphorus n 

Precipitate of copper, crude ... m 
Proprietary medicines, in liquid 

form, containing alcohol 

Proprietary medicines, N.O.P. . . . , 
Potassa or potash — 

Potash, chlorate of, not fur- 
ther prepared than ground 
and free from admixture 
with any other substance. . Lbs 

Potash, caustic 

11 German mineral . . . 
11 muriate and bichro- 
mate of, crude. . . . 
M or potassa, bicarbon- 
ate of, or saleratus. 
II nitrate of, or salpetre 
II prussiate of, red and 

j-ellow ... . 

11 potassium, cyanide of 

Quicksilver . 

Quinine, salts of Oz 

Red liquor, a crude acetate of 
aluminum, prepared from pj'- 
roligneous acid for dyeing 

and calico printing 

Saffron and safflower and ex- 
tract of, and saffron cake Lbs 

33] Sal ammoniac n 

34! Soda, bicarbonate of n 



Quantity. 



54,854 
2,375 



1002. 



Value. 



1903. 



Duty. 



•S cts. 



Quantity. 



Value. 



Duty. 



S cts . 



11,201 
4, 4451 



100 
1,79.3,114 



1,930 

17 

124,224 24,739 09 



74,736; 



476,331 

3,071 

281 

4,448 



1,495^ 
3,007 



7,712; 
5,360 
3,6.55 
2,407 
927 



532 35 



1,8.57 08 
' 515 99 



34,336 
4,612 



5,46S! 

7,247 



2,854! 

145; 32i 

I I 

2,036,018; 144,139' 28,649 29 



1,602 

287 
5,548 
8,027 



6,705 

17 

520 

1,235 



100,578 

237,532 

45,420 

1,176,021 

1.54,1951 
l,521,816j 

139,375 
10.5,039 

97,2S3 

88,086 



72,954 36,477 00 
315,608 73,406 29 



6, .5.57^ 

10,-584 

1,524 



71,6091 



279,611 

10.200 

125 

9,951 



1,380 

1,799 

345 

11,834 



12 
3,423 



12,608 
8,051 

10,(580 
l,(i96 
1.727 



587 40 

3,096 67 
1,452 i.3 



5,910 

1.54 

267 
1,187 



44,914| 

2,74l' 
61,. 559 

13,467 
20,214 
56,615 
20,149 



434 



.512 41 



265,977 

231,367 

67,633 



69,961 34,980 50 
372,398 86,6.58 33 



13,802 
9,890 
1,611 



1,445,768' 56,188 



249 

171,977 

4,699,677 



116 

9,460 

66, 364 1 11,535 37 



17,338 
2,017,938 

241,919 

65,883 

1(;4,968 

93,171 



1,342 
85,511 



230 79 



113 

250,664 

5,089,396 



25,289 

9,,S73 

91,625 

23,145 



4^ 

157 
13, .366 
74,177 



13,196 21 



i STATISTICAL AND FINANCIAL STATEMENTS 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 10 
into and Exports from Canada, &c. — Continued. 



55 



Imports. 



Value. 



1899. 



1900. 



1901. 



4,814 
941 



1,244 



104,660 



749 
3,191 



4,735 
4,155 
2,19.? 
2,410 

1,488 
45 

6,41(i 



852 
757 

68,650 

277,008 



5,270 
8,175 
7,153 

38,919 

833 
52,235 

5,021 

8,456 

51,987 

23,094 



1,737 

905 

6,987 

67,403 



4,310 
7,801 



1,563 



112,103 



503 



5,710 
8,176 
4,305 

757 
982 



8,255 



3,438 
1,993 

72,706 
306,011 



7,224 
4,078 
2,991 

28,700 

457 
46,804 

3,474 
12,519 
94,564 
36,436 



364 

295 

9,459 

64,846 



1902. 



11,201 
4,445 

1,930 

17 

132,560 



1,495 
3,007 



7,696 
5,360 
3,655 
2.407 
927 



6,705 

17 

520 

1,235 

75,086 
315,455 



6,557 

10,584 

1,524 

44,914 

2,763 
61,559 

13,467 
20,214 
56,615 
26,149 



434 

116 

9,460 

66,106 



1903. 



5,468 
7,247 



2,854 

32 

147,274 



12 
3,451 



12,()88 
8,051 

10,680 
1,696 
1,727 
8,688 

5,910 

154 

267 

1,187 

69,258 
387,329 



13,802 
9,890 
1,611 

56,188 

1,297 
85,511 

25,289 

9,873 

01,625 

23,145 



497 

157 
1.3,36(i 
73,761 



Exports. 



1899. 



1900. 



Value. 



1901. 



1902. 



1903. 



9 
10 
11 
12 
13 
14 

15 

!l6 
117 
1 18 

19 
20 



21 

22 

I'is 

24 

125 
|2(> 

!27 
128 
29 
30 



31 

•i32 

33 

•134 



56 



TRADE AXD COMMERCE i 

3-4 EDWARD VII., A. 1904 
No. 11. — Itemized Statement showing the Values) of Imports 



ARTICLES. 



15 



Drags, dyes, chemicals, &c. — Con. 
Soda, nitrate of, soda ash, soda 
caustic, bichromate of soda, 
sal soda and silicate of soda, 
in cr}'st;ils or in solution .... Lbs. 

Soda, nitrite of u 

Soda chlorate and bisulphite of ■, 
Soda, sulphate of,crude, known 

as salt cake n 

Sodium, sulphide of, arseniate, 
binarseniate, chloride and 

stannate of soda « 

Spirits, and strong waters of 
any kind mi.xed ^^'ith any in- 
gredient or ingredients, and 
known or designated as ano- 
dynes, elixirs, essences, ex- 
tracts, lotions, tinctures or 

medicines, N.E.S Galls. 

Medicinal or medicated wines 
containing not more than 40 

p.c. of proof spirits „ 

S>ilphate of iron (copperas^ . . Lbs. 
Sulphate of copper (blue vitrol) n 
Sulphuric ether,chloroformand 
solutions ot peroxides of hy- 
drogen II 

Tartaric acid crystal m 

Terra japonica, gambler or 

cutch , 

Turmeric ... m 

Vaseline and all similar pre- 
parations of petroleum, for 
toilet, medicinal or other pur- 
poses II 

Verdigris or sub-acetate of cop- 
per, dry 11 

Zinc, salts of „ 

All other drugs, dj-es and 
chemicals, &c., not otherwise 
provided for 



18 



19 



20 



Total drugs, dyes, chemicals, &c . . 

Earthenware and china : (See 
bricks and tiles). — 

Baths, tubs and washstands of 
earthenware, stone, cement 
or clay, or other material, 
N.O.P 

Brown or coloured earthenware 
and stoneware, and Rocking- 
ham ware 

Decorated, printed or sponged, 

and all earthenware, N.E.S 

Demijohns, chums or crocks 

White granite or ironstone 
ware, and C. C. or cream 
coloured ware 



Entered for Home Cox.su .mptiox. 



1902. 



1903. 



Quantity. Value. 



Duty. 



'Quantity. 



35.881,030 

1,427,382 

451,(592 

77,284 
302,698 



■S cts. 



447,273: 45,232,704 

29,647; 55,953 

11,773 558,886 



792 
6,390 



2,057 13,616 



2,063 
1,278,360 
1,566,514 



65,861 
96,690 

408,852 
31,688 



209,974 

441 

134,998 



9,024 95 



5.818 3,094 50 
4,337 

f.r -in I 



67,710 



292,580 
397,253 

1,509 



2, .502 

387,598 

2,227,083 



18,984 4,267 26 80,567 
22,312; 120,256 



21,693 
2,055 



8,4.50 

78 
4,467 



674,725 
47,345 



2,954 121 



2,012 
113,659 



515,1431 92,904 41 



5,447,525 375,157 44 



Value. 



603,136 

2,750 

13,189 

1,905 
6,646 



10,599 



6,729 

1,860 

89,349 



35,987 
2,520 



11,666 

427 
4,591 



519,072 



5,892,320 



Duty. 



% cts. 



6.801 30 



3,753 CO 



22,717 5,069 18 
24,071 



4,078 .56 



94,809 92 



393,990 13 



78,957 



24,37; 



23,487 00 



6,295 70 



368,971 78,458 70 
9,164 2,537 90 



177,667 



36,1.54 50 



77,2391 23,055 90 



36,864 
493.975 



9,244 70 
105,346 80 



10,800 3,207 50 
224,959! 46,657 40 



i STATISTICAL AND FINANCIAL STATEMENTS 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 10 
into and Exports from Canada, &e. — Continued. 



57 



Imfokts. 



Value. 



1899. 


1900. 


1901. 


$ 


$ 


$ 


346,063 

17,916 
35,000 


403,427 
33,567 

8,407 


509.278 

29,408 

5,183 


1,430 


590 


87 


6,670 


7,542 


7,490 


8,715 


10,335 


10,686 


5,931 

6,732 

61,749 


6,328 
3,640 

87,847 


4,628 
14,330 
73,190 


12,593 
22,057 


14,212 
16,251 


17,294 
24,513 


17,199 
1,-045 


20,917 
1,333 


19,878 
2,445 


8,25'J 


10,565 


8,588 


2,744 
3,579 


67 
4,039 


460 
5.359 


506,474 


525,386 


563,999 


3,928,522 


4,126,271 


5,019,067 


23,896 


25,012 


22,585 


12,210 


11,776 


19,328 


241,493 
3,133 


240,551 
0,617 


274,704 
969 


201,280 


199,257 


226,916 



1902. 



1903. 



447,273 

29,647 
11,773 

792 



6,390 



14,559 



6,174 

4,337 

67,710 



19,301 
22,312 

21,693 
2,055 



8,434 

78 
4,467 



552,102 
5,.536,729 



603,136 

2,750 
13,189 

1,905 



6,646 



10,650 



6,13 

l,8f)0 

89,349 



23,037 
24,071 

35,987 
2,520 



11,666 

427 
4,591 



541,295 
5,927,585 



8,.332 77,239 



24,3771 36,866 

355,770| 485,041 
9,190 10,792 



153,.548i' 215,978 



Exports. 



Value. 



1899. 



1900. 



1901. 1902. 



1903. 



383,387 



396,992 



752,258 



1,081,931 



1,259,559 



58 



TRADE AND COMMERCE { 

3-4 EDWARD VII., A. 1904 
No. 11. — Itemized Statement showing the Values) of Imports 



ARTICLES. 



Earthenware and china — Con. 

China and porcelain ware 

Earthenware tiles 

Manufactures of earthenware, 
N.E.S 



Total earthenware and china. 

Elastic, round or fiat, including 
garter elastic 



M. 



Electric apparatus : — 
Electric light carbons and car- 
bon points of all kinds, N. 

E.S..... :., 

Electric light carbons over 6 
inches in circumference No. 

Electric apparatus, N.E.S. in- 
sulators, of all kinds, &c., 
electric and galvanic batte- 
ries, telephones and telegraph 
instruments 

Electric motors, generators, 
dynamos and sockets . 



Total electric apparatus. 



Embroideries. N.O.P 

Emery, in bulk, crushed or 

ground 

Emery wheels and manufactures 

of emery 



Fancy goods, vi/, : — 

Alabaster, spar, amber, terra 
cotta or coiuiX)sition orna- 
ments 

Bead ornaments and statuettes, 
N.E.S 

Boxes, fancy, ornamental cases 
and writing desks, &c 

Braids, bracelets, cords, fringes, 
tassels, &c 

Cases for jewellery, watches, 
silverware, plated ware and 
cutlery 

Fancy manufactures of bone, 
shell, horn and ivory, N.E.S 

Fans 

Flowers, artificial 

Feathers, fanc}^ undressed 

N.E.S .... 

It ostrich and vulture, 
dressed 

Ivory or bone dice, draughts, 
chessmen, &c 



Entered for Home Consumption. 



1902. 



Quantity. 



3,761 
377,693 



Value. 



Duty. 



!j cts. 



351,3301 98,062 20 
38,914| 12,287 53 

225,713 55,938 20 



1,275,093 313,221 73 



98,693 25,469 58 



29,250j 10,237 38 
48,086 7,212 90 

96.3,096 240,176 84 



332,484 



1,372,916 



82,919 17 
340,546 29 



59,228 19,776 78 

14,476 

23,892 5,931 85 



4,896 

56,238 

64,275 

400,881 



1,626 46 

19,491 82 

21,584 96 

133,909 25 



7,-527 2,-513 74 



.521 
9,290 

179,589 
2,153 

106,368 



1.36 03 

3,251 50 

40,083 45 

420 87 

27.530 40 



129,909 31,462 40 



16 



3 20 



1903. 



Quantity . Value 



378,854 
47,078 

136,841 



1,406,610 



4,894 
245,172 



95,949 

42, ,313 

32,7(>6 

1,149,763 
424,159 



1,649,001 



91,139 

18,058 
22,177 



1,540 

84,612 

76,093 

520,282 

13,140 

733 
8,254 

161,511 
6,131 

128,545 

179,621 
694 



Duty. 



-S cts . 

106,643 60 
15,097 52 

35,980 10 

345,233 52 

25,035 82 



14,761 25 
4,914 90 

284,286 75 
105,546 50 



409,509 40 



29,773 05 



5,. 517 27 



469 71 

29,516 73 

25,352 43 

177,661 96 

4,411 07 

239 05 
2,897 55 

36,937 61 
1,226 20 

33,285 90 

43,102 80 
130 02 



i STATISTICAL AND FINANCIAL STATEMENTS 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 10 
into and Exports from Canada, &c. — Continued. 



59 



Imports. 



Value. 



1899. 



261,214 
31,866 

128,348 

903,446 

83,631 



13,936 
6,343 

413,746 
120,865 
554,890 

47,703 
21,454 
22,430 



3,048 

40,291 

63,540 

382,831 

8,112 

1,232 
7,875 

194,136 
6,731 

243,554 

32,739 
402 1 



1900. 


1901. 


1902. 


$ 


$ 


$ 


264,989 
47,295 


3.36,093 
33,664 


342,479 
39,111 


170,757 


224,739 


225,173 


966,254 


1,139,058 


1,227,986 


91,974 


79,.540 


98,673 


24,309 


24,895 


29,122 


8,240 


6,989 


48,086 


612,050 


619,131 


962,900 


230,729 


287,045 


332,914 


875,328 


938,060 


1,373,022 


55,254 


57,742 


62,760 


19,312 


16,311 


14,476 


25,570 


22,805 


23,940 


3.530 


3,570 


4,947 


38,394 


50,270 


.56,961 


65,093 


73,310 


64,377 


404,388 


387,760 


404,892 


8,556 


6,063 


7,527 


1,136 
8,836 

173,793 
22,017 

216,354 


684 

8,699 

141,039 

9,760 

95,764 


521 
9,503 

179,022 
2,1.53 

106,453 


52,829 


113,.398 


129,935 


582 


23 


16 



1903. 



375,951 
47,938 

136,645 

1,386,450 

95,852 



42,313 
.32,766 

1,144,246 

427,164 

1,646,489 

92,631 
18,058 
22,135 



1,540 

8.5,824 

77,054 

517,976 

13,140 

733 

8,209 
161,626 

6,029 
128,804 

179,621 

694 



Exports. ' 



Value. 



1899. 



1900. 



1901. 



1902. 



1903. 



I- 48,451 



48,451 



7 

8 

9 
10 
11 



12 
13 
14 
15 

16 

17 
18 
19 
20 
21 

22 

23 



60 



TRADE AND COMMERCE { 

3-4 EDWARD VII., A. 1904 
No. 11. — ^Itemized Statement showing the Values) of Imports 



ARTICLES. 



Fancy goods — Con. 

Laces, lace collars and similar 
goods, lace nets and netting 
of cotton, linen, silk and other 
material 

Millinery, N.O.P 

Toys and dolls of all kinds 

All other, N.E.S 



Total fancy goods 



5 Fashion plates, tailors', milliners' 

] and mantle-makers' 

6 Feather bone, in coils ^.. . . 

7 Feathers, bed and other, N.E.S. . 

8 Felt adhesive, for sheathing ves- 

; sels 



10 



13 



iFertilizers, manure, &c. : — 
9 Fertilizers, compounded or 

manufactured 

Guano and other animal man- 
ures Cwt. 

Manures, vegetable n 

Bone d ust, bone black or charred 
bone and bone ash it 

Kainite or German Potash salts 
for fertilizers Lbs. 

Phosphates, rock 

Fertilizers, uncompounded or 
unmanufactured, N.E.S 



16 



Total fertilizers 



Fireworks, firecrackers and tor- 
liedoes, all kinds 



Fisheries, articles for the use of, 
viz.: — 

17 Bank, cod, pollock and mack- 
erel fish lines ; and mackerel, 
herring, salmon, seal, seine, 
mullet, net and trawl twine 
in hanks or coil, barked or 
not, — in variety of sizes and 
threads, — including gilling 
thread in balls, and head 
ropes, barked marline, and 
net morsels of cotton, hemp 
or flax, and deep sea fishing 
nets or seines, when used ex- 
clusively for the fisheries, and 
not including lines or nets 
commonly used for sports- 
man's purposes 

18 Fish hooks for deep sea or lake 
i fishing, not smaller in size 

than "No. 2 0, not including 
I hooks commonly used for 
I sportsman's purposes 



Entered for Home Coxsumptiox. 



1902. 



1903. 



Quantity. Value. Duty. Quantity. 



$ cts . 



966,174 289,976 40 
1,714 .546 68 




275,242 
13,915 



95,446 61 
4,624 1.5 



2,218,708 672,616 92 



5,400! 
40 

69,883 

187,360 



3,8G5t 

339 j 63 93 
26,276 5,695 10 

705 



84,996 

6,549 
10 

87,338 

2,650 
15,370 

11,537 



8,291 19 



2,590 
227 

47,613 

570,268 




$ cts. 



1,19.5,803 360,636 53 

4,161 1,272 68 

307,699 106,982 61 

14,315 4,910 28 



2,703,134 829,033 13 



3,959 

87] 16 40 
32,00s 6.899 80 

1,848 



208,450 8,291 19 



19,780 4,941 25 



112, 256 1 11,061 88 

9,397 

211 

63,l.-)0 

2,546 

19,058' 

18,542 

225,200 11,061 88 



23,311 5,827 75 



682,772 



12,485 



705,020 



25,045 



1 STATISTICAL AND FINANCIAL STATEMENTS 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 10 
into and Exports from Canada, &c. — Continued. 



61 



Imports. 



Value. 



1899. 


1900. 


$ 


$ 


621,967 
4,906 

182,453 
7,903 


693,735 

3,044 

199,.305 

12,315 


1,801,720 


1,903,907 


4,278 

17 

13,496 


4,256 

21 

17,761 


833 


928 


59,602 


67,363 


3,902 
67 


3,326 


17,582 


32,249 


777 
5,669 


2,339 
6,485 


18,794 


21,611 


106,393 


133,373 


14,747 


19,232 


496,946 


590,805 


39,082 


19,079 



1901. 



797,497 
6,152 

230,369 
6,364 

1,930,722 



5,360 

566 

19,638 

585 



74,208 

5,623 
289 

52,983 

1,281 
iy,977 

26,679 

181,010 

18,446 



592,118 



34,798 



1902. 



969,807 

1,714 

273,203 

13,915 

2,224,946 



3,865 

339 

26,277 

705 



84,996 

6,549 
10 

87,338 

2,650 
15,370 

11,537 

208,450 



19,729 



1903. 



1,201,175 

4,189 

312,874 

14,315 

2.713,803 



682,772 



12,485 



3,959 

87 

32,110 

1,848 

112,256 

9,397 
211 

63,190 

2,546 
19,058 

18,542 

225,200 

23,311 



705,020 



25,045 



Exports. 



Value. 



1899. 



1900. 



2,974 



5,30'i 



52,588 51,410 



9,290 



61,878 



2,285 



53,695 



1901. 



1902. 



1903. 



11,670 



37,877 



1,330 



61,881 



6,180 8 



116,474 



10 
11 



12 



120 



1,880 



20 



15 



37,997 



63,761 



116,494 



16 



17 



18 



TRADE AND COMMERCE { 

3-4 EDWARD VII., A. 1904 
No. 11. — Itemized Statement showing the Values of Imports 



ARTICLES. 


Entered for Home Consumption. 


1902. 


1903. 


Quantity. 


Value. 


Duty. 


Quantity . 


Value. 


Duty. 


Fisheries, articles for the use of, 

viz.: — Con. 

Trawls, trawling spoons, fly 

hooks, sinkers, swivels, and 

sportsman's fishing bait, and 




41,543 


S cts. 
10,148 20 




s 

46,973 


S cts. 
11,816 60 


Total fisheries, articles 
for the use of 

Fish and fish products, N.E.S.: — 






736,800 


10,148 20 




777,038 


11,816 60 








1,088 

25,591 

1,134 

182,644 

1,-567 

32 

334 

1,798 

240 

279 






374 

26,452 

231 

340,755 

5,956 




Cod, haddock, ling and pollock — 
Fresh Lbs. 

Dry salted or smoked Cwt. 

Lbs. 

Wet salted Cwt. 

Lbs. 

Smoked ... " 

Pickled ., 

Tongues and sounds 


778,783 

*40,244 

*49,966 

45,556 

622 

*r20 

25,370 

3,311 

*61 


3,893 98 

"'227' 62 
2 92 


753,894 

*11,495 

*102,176 

175,354 


3,769 53 

""876'85 






253 70 
33 11 


41,016 

985 

*5,242 


2,703 

54 

20,400 


410 16 
9 85 


Halibut, fresh Lbs. 


*19,126 

377,410 

314 


1,231 

19,782 

31 




"i',887 09 
3 14 


*28,264 

808,548 

172 


1,570 

36,881 

5 




4 042 81 


» pickled • 


1 72 


Herrings, fresh n 


*2, 869, 568 

3,819 

•*8, 103, 356 

182,.575 


29,015 

175 

138,169 

8,759 


"'" 1910 


*2,811,110 

275 

*9, 488, 973 

249,775 


44,627 

11 

144,868 

12,133 


i'38 


M pickled 11 

11 1. or salted n 

11 canned 




841 88 


1,122 35 


11 smoked Lbs. 

Mackerel, fresh n 

II canned 


50 
*1,485 
11,810 


1 

40 

1,027 


50 


655 


41 


6 55 


118 10 


10,388 


978 


103 88 


11 pickled Lbs. 

Sea fish, other, fresh i 


10,925 
196,167 


1,154 
6,927 


109 25 
480 83 


11,621 
tl02,250 


i,i22 

6,732 


lie 2i 

511 27 


11 11 pickled 11 

preserved, N.E.S. ... i- 




§570 
*3,589 
18,992 


41 

116 

1,375 


5 70 


§4,016 


303 


40 16 


304 44 


2,112 


165 


31 25 


Oysters, fresh in shell JBrls. 

II shelled, in bulk Galls. 

1 II canned, in cans not 

over one pint Lbs. 

II canned, in cans over 

over one qiiart. ... n 
11 canned, in cans ex- 
ceeding one quart, ii 

i N.E.S 

Fish eggs, trout 


1,801 
170,210 

79,461 

17,536 

44 

288,799 


11,024 
197,701 

9,285 

7,641 

12 

27,277 


2,756 00 
17,021 00 

2,383 83 

876 80 

2 20 

6,819 25 


1,852 
205,794 


10,421 
251,414 

6,249 
10,041 


2,605 25 
20,579 40 

1,717 89 




1,194 30 


396,047 


36,995 


9,244 50 


Seed and breeding oysters im- 
ported for the purpose of 
being planted in Canadian 
waters. . 




25 











§ In barrels. 



i STATISTICAL AND FINANCIAL STATEMENTS 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 10 
into and Exports from Canada, &c. — Continued. 



63 



Imports. 



Vah 



1899. 1900. 1901. 1902. 1903 



14,352 
550,380 

590 

40,335 

*566 

*157,f!84 

2S,580 

*130 



7,827 

221 

*217 



*49 

8,925 

37 

*11,024 

*7,429 

1,563 

*70,230 

4,426 



17,644 

627.528 

336 

32,758 

*1,761 

*220,5.57 

43,180 



8,383 
61 



27,052 
653,968 

499 

32,318 

*1,994 

*84,910 

4,604 

311 



42,143 46,973 
737,400 777,038 



5,573 
273 
*11 



'^785 

13,683 

64 



*14,705 

356 

*113,092 

6,826 



*1,720 
16,810 



*26,962 

1,159 

*100,343 

7,538 



53 



1,491 



1,039 

t5,498 



§1,828 
"3^946 



123 
^^526 
646 



2,571 
t5,309 



9,270 
169,599 

7,292 



11,489 

77 

33,322 



§1,039 

*65 

6,811 

*2 

12,393 

178,732 

6,609 



8,541 

540 

47,319 



16 

*2,020 
667 



1,088 

25,591 

*1,134 

n82,644l 

80,705 

32 

*334 

1,750 

240 

*279 



374 

26,4.52 

*231 

*340,755 

24,329 



Exports. 



Value. 



1899. 1900. 1901. 1902. 1903 



*1,231 

19,782 

31 



*29,015 

175 

*138,169 

8,793 



1,217 
t4,337 

*3 

§2,851 

*2,888 

2,831 



12,672 
183,686 

7,982 



8,626 



29,423 



18 



1 

*40 

1,027 



1,143 
16,927 



§285 
*116 
1,186 



11,024 
197,701 

9,316 



8,155 

12 

29,688 

25 



2,527 

54 

*20,400 



*1,570 
36,881 



*44,027 

108 

*144,868 

12,356 



41 
978 



1,096 
t6,732 



§303 
128 



10,421 
251,427 

6,239 



10,851 



36,388 



7,712 
2,737,434 



246 



214 
20,374 
39,826 



31,632 

186,873 

6,603 

88,897 

86,540 



169,765 
I 7,250 

I 65,966 



5,694 



1,595 



2,151 

3,041,346 

160 



14,447 
42,796 



52,950 

190,011 

1,336 

103,933 

26,950 

325 

156,844 

10,331 

68,138 

5,097 

1,791 



233 



8,357 

2,763,360 

19,694 



1,090 
16,732 
34,099 



106,579 

259,731 

823 

51,627 

18,134 

240 

283,157 

852 
57,763 

752 
1,723 



2,653 



16,238 

3,199,868 

8,434 



13,568 

3,3.53,361 

17,338 



2,842i 
12,339' 
55, 580 i 

22 

149,881 

294,024 

9,941 

75,410! 

66, 438 1 

2,143' 

356,092' 

32 

13.204! 

23,236 

1,533 



2, 585 1 



1,730 

20,181 

7,609 

26,765 

102,333 

249,479 
16,033 

77,780 

22,802 

700 

235,283 

2,163 

800 

20,201 

2,183 



319 



41 



64 



TRADE AND COMMERCE { 

3-4 EDWARD VII., A. 1904 
No. 11. — Itemized Statement showing the Values! of Imports 



ARTICLES. 



9 
10 
11 
12 
13 
14 
15 
16 
17 
18 

19 



20 



21 



22 

23 

24* 
25 
26 

27' 
28 

29: 

3«! 
31 

32 



Fish— Con. 

Lobsters, fresh Brls. 



.1 in cans Lbs. 

canned, N.E.S t 



Bait fish, fresh i 

II salted 1' 

II clams or other Brls. 

Salmon, fresh - Lbs. 



Entered for Ho.me Coxslmptiox. 



1002. 



1903. 



Quantity, i Value. Duty. 



120 



*4,330 

390 

*248,253 

30 



1,981: 



•S 3tS. 



495 25 



Quantity. 



109 



464 

39 

57,12.'; 



smoked 



canned or preserved. . n 
piclcled or salted n 



or lake trout 

Fish, smoked and boneless 
fish, N.E.S , Lbs. 

Anchovies and sardines packed 
in oil or otherwise, in tin boxes 
measuring not more than 5 in. 
long,4in.wide,and 3| in. deep Boxes 

11 II in half boxes, 
measuring not more than 5 
in. long, 4 in. wide, and 1§ 
in. deep - . .... i " 

Anchovies and sardines in 
quarter boxes measuring not 
more than 4f inches long, 3^ 
inches wide, 1;^ inches deep.. ^ n 

Anchovies and sardines, im- 
ported in any other form 

Fish, preserved in oil, except 
anchovies and sardines . . 

Fish, all other, fresh Lbs, 



6,389,200 

*134,066 

10,280 



101,688 

14,904 

852 



9 75 



151 



44 
*216,988 



25 

*20 

31,946 03 2,170,029 

*200,6R9 

102 80 5,888 



Value. 



1,561 



4 
53,374 



4 

100 
60,586 
11,657 

589 



3, .3131 

*320| 

7251 

*509,795 



44,104 

204 

35,232 

1,287,629 



330 

15 

46 

22,590 



4,021 



31 



6,073 



82 50 1,485 

*242 

7 25 13,325 
*281,965 



441 04 t 



10 20 



54,298 



1,478 



880 80 27,695 



Fish, fresh or dried, N.E.S., in 

barrels or in half barrels . . . Lbs. 
Fish, all other, pickled h 



Fish, all other, pickled or salt- 
ed, in barrels 

Fish, preserved. N.E.S 

Packages containing oysters or 
other fi.sh, N.O.P 

Other articles, the produce of 
fisheries, not specially pro- 
vided for 



Total fish. 



180,214 



38,694 25,701 59 
3,489 926 90 



1,091 50 
400 33 



10,034' 

t54,006| 

*800i 

I 

2,434 

432,656 



100 34 
270 07 



1,255,258 



4,783 

4,336 

*3,756 

812 
1,893 
18 ... . 

103 24 34 

40,668: 8,456 72 

9,783' 2,430 44 



*848 ■ 
10,1651 2,032 01 



t97,347 



18,080 
tl6,163 
*33,420 

3,338 
498,993 



1,055,025; 113,453 45! 



136 

44 

660 

14,947 



3,813 



144 



4,468 

82,643 

2,712 

7,040 
4,085 

*729 

1,287 
860 
978 

122 
40,165 

10,010 

*l,546i . 
12,368! 



Duty. 



•S cts. 



390 25 



1 00 



13 

10,850 is 

.58 88 



34 00 
133 25 



542 98 

73 90 

691 08 

25,007 84 

689 10 

1,663 60 
486 75 



1,277,513 



180 80 
80 83 



33 38 
8,356 33 

2,487 01 



2,456 42 



100,603 02 



* From Newfoundland. f Not in barrels or half barrels. 



i STATISTICAL AND FINANCIAL STATEMENTS 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 10 
into and Exports from Canada, &c. — Continued. 



65 



Imports. 



Value. 



1899. 


1900. 


1901. 


~ •$ 


•S 


$ 


3,730 

^^'99J63 
35 

*6,604 


2,900 

*88 

*81,568 

1,588 

*3,958 


1,862 

nil 

*85,257 
45 

306 

98 

*266 

31,917 

*11,717 

361 

*3,246 

213 

*84 

944 

*36,578 


7,756 




*248 

21,748 

859 

251 

"4^193 
*16 

67 
"30,587 


'87,405 

*9,928 

1,764 

2,308 

*482 

276 

*34,468 


8,914 


7,974 


5,024 


104 


60 


25 


9,280 


10,399 


6,354 


73,231 


73,246 


84,442 


3,423 


3,619 


4,429 


1,821 
t7,611 


1,280 
t5,513 

*248 

288 

+568 

*2,712 


1,505 

t2,583 

*725 

4,874 
1690 

*2 


372 

t623 

*1,299 


8.50 
41,758 


6,448 
36,657 


531 
44,140 


13,474 


14,055 


11,507 


*177 
8,542 


*983 
6,887 


*216 
8,516 


932,076 


1,125,433 


892,830 




-- 


-- 



1902. 



1,981 



*464 
39 

^57,126 

77 



101,688 

*14.904 

785 



330 

*15 

606 

*22,590 



4,185 



31 



7,272 

96,655 

3,167^ 

5,987; 
+4,336 

*3,756{ 

4,663 

tl,893 
*18| 

127 
41,611 

11,566 

*848 
10,165 

1,154,524 



1903. 



1,561 



Exports. 



4 

*53,374 

429 

4 

*]00 

60,586 

*11,657 

589 



136 

*44 

893 

*14,947 



3,843 

144 

2,610 

85,285 

2,387 

6,603 
+4,125 

*729 

o,516| 



1899. 



I 367,558 



I 2,321,655 



1,359 



[ 93,439 
I 15,490 
j- 2,407,481 



67,799 
25,330 



1900. 



305,493 



2,372,859 



2,231 
142,238 

46 

2,885,830 

81,994 
32,207 



Value. 



1901. 1902. ' 1903. 



301,447 



2,283,930 
345 



19,116 
141,628 

41,327 

2,889,482 

78,661 
43,222 



365,194 



2,149,395 



26,646 
196,896 

511 

5,012,738 

187,556 
41,.585 



398,26' 



1 

2 
3 

^i 4 



2,591,585 

641 1 H 



32,822 8 
9 
10 
11 
12 
13 



161,711 

565 

2,589,838 



233,318 
63,198 



14 
15 
16 
17 

18 



834,454 



+860 \ 
*978 I 



132 

40,120 

10,846 

*1,546 
12,276 

1,299,865 



8,307 



8,747 



9,608,270 



1,066,500! 1,213,643 



11,909 



16,371 
10,636,.517 



15,641 



24,931 



10,680,739 



1,263,011 



19 



20 



8,294; 



1,139,334 
9,080 



21 

f 

|22 

23 
24 
25 

26 
27 

28 

29 
30 



25,474 



13,567,142 



31 
24,639j3i^ 
11,415,626 



10— i— 5 



TRADE AND COMMERCE i 

3-4 EDWARD VII., A. 1904 
No. 11. — Itemized Statement showing the Values of Imports 



ARTICLES. 



Entered for Home Con.sumptiox. 



1902. 



1903. 



Quantity. Value. Duty. | Quantity. Value Duty. 



S etH 



15 



16 



iFlax, hemp and jute and nianu- ! 

factures of, viz. : — 
Bags or sacks of hemp, linen or 

jute 

Carj)eting, rugs, matting, and 1 

mats of hemp or jute 

Carpet linings and stair pads. . ' ' 
Canvas or fabric not friction- 
ized, for the manufacture of 
bicycle tires, imfKirted by the 
manufacturers of bicycles for 
use exclusively in the manu- 
facture of bicycle tires in 

their own factories 

Canvas to be used for boats' 

and ships' sails 

Sail twine, to Vje used for boats' 

and ships' sails Lbs. 

Damask of linen, stair linen, 
diaper, napkins, doylies, tray 
cloths, quilts, and like arti- 
cles of linen, N.O.P 

Flax (exports) 

Flax fibre and flax tow Cwt. 

Handkerchiefs 

Horse clothing,shaped or other- 
wise manufactured 

Hemp, undressed ... Cwti 

Jute butts and jute •• 

Jute cloth, not otherwise finish- 
ed than bleached or calend- 
ered Yds. 

Jute cloth as taken from the 
loom, not coloured, cropped, 
pressed, mangled, calendered 
nor in any way finished ... .. 
Jute, flax or hemp yarn, plain, 
dyed or coloured, jute canvas 
not pressed or calendered, iui- 
ported by manufacturers of 
carjjets, rugs and mats, jute 
webbing or jute cloth, ham- 
mocks, twines and floor oil 
cloth, for use in the manufac- 
ture of any of these articles 
only in their own factories . . Lbs. 
Linens, bro\vn or bleached .... Yds. 
Linen duck, canvas, hucka- 
backs, or other manufactures 

of flax, X.E.S 

Linen clothing 

Linen blouses and shirt waists 

Linen thread Lbs. 

Sheets and fiheeting Yds. 

Shirts of linen Doz. 

Tai>e8trv, jute 

Towels." 



8,355 



64,076 9,455 .51 




99,789 17,911 37 




1,135 271 42 

4,065 

2,161 78 91 




2.039 71 61 


9,226 



477,306 102,969 50 



83,808 12.404 IS 

94,031 17,261 .56 
5,020 1,210 59 



11,162 

6,822 227 60 
2,045 79 IS 

581,064' 124,476 30 



227 



160,795 

2,855 



475,515 
22,317,975 



1,071 

1.52,151 38,043 57 

3,251 965 00 

1,296,799 

7,905 



458 1,527 

158,451 38,922 62 



2,588 769 10 

129,856 1,022,460 

1,521 6,087 . 



24,681 1,682 49 1,447,065 58,792 4,493 32 



930,342 22,374,735 909,760 



1,737,969 
1,461,469 



137,109 2,345,581 

120,819 20,.527 59 1,077,483 



510,978 88,019 76 
11,644 3,245 27 



175,677 

93,106 16.031 40 



585,913 10<J,750 22 
10,408 2.954 28 



340,639 
2,643, 
1,526' 



189,549 32,840 93 

675 1.55 40 

10,744 3,294 69 

292 53 01 

153,0a3 .32,444 00 




171.884 29,819 64 

1,431 286 20 

18,182 5.640 40 

174 32 86 

1»)3.335 33,940 60 



STATISTICAL AND FINANCIAL STATEMENTS 



67 



SESSIONAL PAPER No. 10 

into and Exports from Canada, &c. — Continued 



Imports. 



Exports. 



Value. 



1899. 



34,784 

153,219 
1,228 



29,280 

10,344 

2,895 

368,322 



1,293 
129,437 

2,552 

.941,029 

74 



28,831 



449,903 



1900. 1901. 1902. 1!)03. 1899 



112,809 
89,998 



415,005' 
5,577 
^ 48; 

114,817! 

1,538' 

4,803 

3S8 

131,329 



36,937 63,557 62,017 



119,383 108,996 
656 874 



41,476 18,979 
1,560 2,990 

3,689 5,207 



99,839 
1,135 



4,605 
2,101 
2,039 



421,370 451,036 477,255 



1,925 
144,901 

4,503 

944,277 

2,274 



834 1,071 

160,710 151,093 

0,986 3,251 

676,475 1,296,799 

11,980 7,905 



36,726 45,800 22,005 



024,091 603,752 930,342 



149,139 
134,744 



452,840 

8,115 

188 

131,761 

750 

7.892 

«)49 

149,314, 



133,428 

02,588 



137,109 
123,-344 



510,514 
15,597 
35 
151,020 189,.553 



511 959 
12,403 



8.50 

7.039 

940 

133,528 



675 
10,744 
292 

1,52,501 



Value. 



92,901 

95,024 
5,020 



11,162 
6,822 
2,045 



530,020 

75,140 

1,527 50,.566 
158,283 



2,588 

1,022,460 

6,087 



60,309 



909,760 



175,677 
94,170 



580,913 
9,598 



171,884 

1,431 

18,182 

174 

104,627 



2,400 



1900. ' 1901. 1902. 



1903. 



196,769 
79,619 



53,326 



235,080 
4,484 



143,531 
23,933 



989 



17.5,268 8 

3,943 9 

10 



.... 11 
1,14212 
13 



14 



15 



16 
17 



18 
19 

20 
21 
22 
[23 

!24 
125 



10- 



-5i 



68 



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3-4 EDWARD VII., A. 1904 

No. 11. — ^Itemized Statement showing the Values of Imports 



ARTICLES. 



Entered for Home Consumption. 



1902. 



1903. 



Flax, hemp and jute, and manufactures 
of — Concluded. 

Yam of jute, flax or hemp for 
the manufacture of towels, 
when imported by the manu- 
facturers of jute, linen or 
union towels, to be used in 
their own factories in the 
manufacture of such articles. 

Yarn, singles, flax, hemp or jute 
N.E.S 

Other articles made by the 
seamstress from linen fabrics, 
N.O.P 

Other manufactures of hemp or 
jute, N.E.S., or of flax, hemp 
and jute combined 



Quantity. 



Value. 



Duty. 



Lbs. 



379 
15,554 



Total flax, hemp and jute, &c. 
Foundry facings of all kinds 



20 
21 

22 



23 
24 
25 
26' 

27 
28' 
29 



Fruits, dried, including nuts, viz. :— 

Dried apples Lbs. 

Currants " 

Dates " 

Figs 

Prunes • 

Raisins " 

All other, N.E.S 

Almonds, shelled « 

I. not shelled « 

Brazil nuts, not shelled .. 

Pecans, not shelled, and shelled 

]>eanuts, N.E.S " 

Walnuts, not shelled n 

Nuts, other, shelled « 

All other nuts, N.O.P 

Total fruits, dried .. 

Fruits, green- 
Apples Brls. 

Bananas • • Bunches. 

Blackberrie,s,gooseberries, rasp- 
berries and strawberries, 
N.E.S Lbs. 

Cherries.. n 

Cranberries Bash. 

Grapes ••• Lbs. 

Guavas, mangoes, plantains, 

pomegranates and shaddocks 

Oranges, lemons and limes, in 
boxes of capacity not exceed- 
ing 2^ cubic feet. ...... .... Boxes 

Oranges, lemons and lunes, in ^ 
boxes of capacity not exceed- 
ing li cubic feet ^ boxes. 

Oranges, lemons and limes, in 
ca.ses or other packages. ..Cub. feet 
holding capacity 



78,717 

7,294,816 

1,463,020 

3,618,073 

5,299,799 

11,644,6.57 

1,810,185 

388,282 

673,757 

78,050 

583,936 
1,107,423 

367,880 
3, .586, 431 



77 
1,128 

15,504 

140,916 



4,359,839 



S cts. 



272 75 

4,823 41 

24,355 79 



381,481 98 



8,565 2,095 00 



37,995,026 



21,425 
765,767 



1,064,251 

117,574 

26,839 

1,027,901 



462,137 

51,052 

240,884 



5,310 

298,278 

31,772 

87, 959 i 

181,006 

551,876 

1,32,138 

68,419 

49, 958 1 

6,202 

35,973 

79,022 

43,757 

146,423 



Quantity. Value. Duty. 



78,185 
20,714 



1,718,093 



85,252 
r38,lG8 



94,139 
11,310 

52,487 
69,951 

6,698 

1,011,566 

63,367 

143,966 



1,.327 50 
72,946 19 

7,943 00 
21,988 5S 
52,283 04 
116,446 57 
33,034 50 
13,524 16 
14,207 89 

2,341 50 

17,459 00 

23,697 96 

8,062 87 

71,726 18 



456,988 91 



8,570 00 



21,285 02 

2,351 48 

13,121 75 

20,558 02 



114,610 19 

6,636 76 

24,076 67 



162,441 

8,425,215 

1,736,505 

3,285.960 

5,89.3,162 

13,054,434 

3, 0.55, .558 

445,301 

746,497 

1.58,097 

734,583 

999,824 

519,499 

4,136,596 



43,353,678 



28,391 
942,443 



1,067,0?5 

146,9.56 

17,168 

1,151,249 



439,248 

17,.591 

247,673 



Jj! cts. 



7,927 
1,678 

10,318 

136,332 



4,320,042 



9,478 



8,938 

232,984 

4.3,034 

95,908 

157,273 

736,920 

167,575 

92,101 

64,397 

13,008 

43,203 

86,714 

81,169 

180,050 

2,00.3,334 



417 92 

3,346 46 

24,463 56 



417,527 94 



2,223 44 



2,234 50 

84,246 92 

10,754 92 

23,975 25 

58.892 59 
130,544 31 

41.893 75 
15,256 22 
16,034 U2 

4,742 91 

22,037 49 
21,990 97 
11,627 37 
82,731 91 



81,266 
819,236 



89,413 
14,754 

37,412 
75,998 

10,180 



886,845 

19,176 

1.50,399 



526,963 16 



11,356 40 



21,340 70 
2,939 12 
9,353 00 

23,024 99 



107,773 08 

2,286 23 

24,765 54 



i STATISTICAL AND FINANCIAL STATEMENTS 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 10 

into rnd Exports from Canad-a, &c. — Continued. 



Imports. 



Value. 



1899. 1900. 1901. 1902. 1903, 



1,264 

5,597 

236,279 

3,275,703 

9,648 



9,133 

212,688 

28,241 

' 54,632 

122,916 

404,837 

04, 331 j 

59, 5.50 ! 

42,769 

15,881' 

20,707! 
67,908, 
27,136! 
89,8171 



1,032 



5,225 



594 



77 
1,128 



9,912 15,999 



197,822! 160,423 

3,623,311; 3,405,316 

11,910 10,155 



141,289 

4,359,907 

8,563 



7,927 
1,678 

10,281 

131,458 

4,328,008 

9,478 



18,176, 

248,296 

36,410 

63,814 

158,835 

555,644 

149,675 

68,390 

50,012 

7,646 

20,304 

64,510 

26,375 

141,971 



1,220,546 1,010,058 



43,085 60,731 
513,250' 519,342 



83,806 93,595 

12,371! 10,746 

36,400, 42,254 

51,997 55,551 



1,661 

765,769 

50,034 

96,208 



1,90P 

685,623 

30,226 



7,158i 

219,072 

30,2851 

90,094 

149,991 

753,798 

117,850 

72,856 

47,689 

5,399 

30,392 

88,054 

33,539 

133,874 

1,780,051 



74,922 
579,479 



80,366 

9,547 

26,199 

59,915 

3,049 
919,809 



6,0011 

294,883! 

32,243 

91,356' 

176,0781 

491,097! 

126,407! 

67,244 

52,877, 

5,967! 

36,868 

77,003 

40,600 

145,069 

1,643,693 



90,307 

738,168 



239, 

44, 

100, 

159, 

772, 

174, 

93, 

60, 

13, 



605 
256 
197 
796 
315 
864 
130 
122 
629 
022 



ExPOETiS 



Value. 



1899. 1900. 1901. 1902. 1903 



$ $ 



128,106 329,714 240,553 



429,656 210,892 



191,386 



2,730i 



8,654 



42,866 

84,422 

86,720 

181,035 

2,061,979 



81,739 
819,236 



89,409 
15,8.38 
37,412 



740 



498 



94,224 
11,334 

52,(!79 

70,485| 75,953 

6,6981 10,180 

! 

1,038,412| 896,228 



433,126 
2,624,470 

89,348 



220,044 



3.413 



3,817 



198,616 



2,578,853 1,483,048 



127,740 



113,824 



167,464 



102,353 



12,594 



2,055 



117,002 



1,567,322 

84,468 



52, 127 1 19,343 



1.55,1281 126,486 



143,966 



25,377 
1.50,698 



180,353 



402,412 6 



6,736 



3,952 



413,100' 



2,759,047120 

21 



110,504 22 

23 

124 

.... I25 



26 
27 

28 
29 



70 TRADE AND COMMERCE i 

3-4 EDWARD VII., A. 1904 
'No. 11. — Itemized Statement showing the Values of Imports 



AUTICLES. 



iliNTERED FOR HolIE CONSUMPTION. 



1902. 



Quantity. Value. 



Duty. 



Fruits, green — Con. 
Oranges, lemons and lime.s, in 

bulk No. 

Oranges, leinons and limes, in 

barrels not exceeding the 

capacitv of flour barrels Brls. 

Peaches, N.O.P Lbs. 

Pineapples No. 

Plums Bush. 

Quinces m 

Wild blueberries, strawberries 

and raspberries 

All others, N.E.S 



Total fruits, green. 



Fruits, canned or preserved, jellies, 

jams, &c. — 
Fruits in air-tight cans or other 

packages Lbs. 

Fruit, rind or peel of citrons, 

lemons and oranges, in brine 

Fruits, preserved in brandy or 

other spirits Galls. 

Ginger, preserved Lbs. 

Jellies, jams and preserves, N. 

E..S 



' Total fruits, canned, &c . 

Grand total, fruits 

14 Fuller's earth in bulk only, not 
prepared for toilet or other 
purposes 



15 



16; 



18; 
19 



iFursand skins and manufactures of - 

Astrachan or Russian hair skins 
and China goat plates or rugs 
wholly or jjartially dressed 
but not dyed 

Fur skins, wholly or partially 
dre.ssed, N.E.S 

Furs and skins, undressed, the 
produce of fish or other ma- 
rine animals . 

Fur skins of all kinds, not dress- 
ed in any manner, N.E.S 

Caps, hats, muffs, tippets,cape8, 
coats, cloaks and other man- 
ufactures of fur, N.O.P 



Total furs, &c . 



20 Glass and manufactures of (ex- 
ports) 

21 1 Bulbs for electric lights Doz. 

22 German looking glass, unsil- 
I vered or for silvering 



9,115 



17,991 
3,558,358 
1,095,949 

32,200 
271 



1,005,053 



360 
107,179 

846,248 



116,600 



115 



46,466 
91,839 
87,929 
39,057 
357 

812 
60,483 



2,603,962 



87,904 



1,105 

6,923 

63,814 



] 59, 746 



4,481,801 



3.909 



64,570 
949,539 

2,806 
1,842,S57 

110,982 



2,970,754 



29,894 
49,988 



$■ cts. 



13 82 



nm. 



Quantity 



959 



7,563 42 13,448 
35,583 58: 3,028,798 
1,375,226 

9,764 25 32,141 

89 25 695 



Vail 



Duty. 



14 



* cU. 



1 46 



12,084 10 



276,308 31 



31,754 45! 1,608,740 



720 00 
2.020 60 

19,178 24 



265 
140,083 

1,079,019 



34,347 5,464 03 
70,903 30,287 98 

127,635i 

49,611, 12,402 75 
1,003 250 75 



1,026 
69,.S39 



2,538,557 



83,545 



660 
8, .527 

79,409 



53,673 29 



786,970 54 i 



135,111 50 



172,141 



13,836 28 



265,082 31 



30,810 28 



529 33 
2,472 40 

24,351 47 

58,163 48 



4,714,0321 8.50,208 95 



4,169 



29,5.50 10 



5i),347 
933, Oao 

88 
2,202,417 

11.5,843 



164,661 60 3,307,730 



2,989 40 192,554 
9,997 60 



47,930 
43,679 



134,379 75 



30,812 40 



165,192 15 



4,793 00 

8,728 80 



i STATISTICAL AND FINANCIAL STATEMENTS 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 10 
into and Exports from Canada, &c. — Continued. 



71 



Import.- 



EXPORTIS. 



Value. 



Value. 



isyj. 



620 



39,!t24 
G6,615 
51,371 
28,913 
276 

425 
49,484 

1,892.209 



ii»,340 

187 

728 
3,598 

51,933 

116,786 



3,229,541 



3,418 



91,192 
563,583 

3,908 
782,149 

114,329 
1,555,161 



19,113 
32,749 



1900. 



1901. 



1902. 



1903. 



1899. 



1900. 



210 



42,048! 
52,4971 
59,4431 
39,123 

881; 

789 
62,C05 



1901. 



1902. 



1903. 



121 



46,820! 
52,043 
86,066 
36,465: 
3351 

701 
61,642 



115' 



46,466; 
91,870; 
87,929 
40,3681 
3571 

8121 
60,961 



14 



34,347 

69,549 

127,635 

49,636 

1,003 

1,026 

69,878 



274,802 
1,912,098 2,216,092, 2,594,494 2,555,158! 2,988,620 



99,660 110,629 88,901 78,9891 293,660 



134 

1,939 

5,798 

68,309 



175,840 
3,697,996 

2,661 



106,627 
696,684 

191 

1,240,589 

70,670 
2,114,761 



22,648 
35,611 



248 

1,988 
5,905 



742; 
6,929 



527 

8,477 



69,156 62,170 81,559 



127,680 



72,106 



2,834,273 1,668,978 



329,696 



181,829 



68,482 



1,720,272 



143,244 



187,926: 158,742 
4,184,069! 4 396,929 



3,147 



3,909 



169,552; 293,660 
4,786,689 3,715,406 



4,169 



329,696 
3,384,013 



20,865! 64,570i 56,347 

'! i 
389,224! 945,824 919,024 



73,636 



10,639 2,806 

1,388,286 1,842,857 

97,914- 111,042 

2,406,928; 2,967,099 



29,759 
59,628 



29,894 
49,988 



88 j 296,075 



2,202,417 

116,210 
3,294,086 



47,930 
43.679 



1,504,481 

12,312 

1,886,504 

19,239 



81,836 



537,242 
1,739,625 

13,049 
2,371,752 



16,098 



181,829 



2,049,423 



143,244 



1,980,518 



35,558 23,563 



582 



538,530 
1,792,859 



1,629,329 

14,579 18,587 



1,680,048 



19,068 



2,373,539 



24.686 



2 
3 

,! 5 
• 6 



65,758! S 



2,935,309 



403,558' 9 
iio 



ill 
112 



.13 



403,558 



3,751,967 



14 



15 

34,069|16 

I 
357,006il7 

2,398,966118 

I 

1 

20, 627 1 19 
2,810,668 



14,065 20 
21 



;22 



72 



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3-4 EDWARD VII., A. 1904 
No. 11. — Ite>uzed Statement showing the Values of Imports 



■ 
ARTICLES. 


Entered for Home Consumption. 




1902. 1 1903. 




1 
Quantity. , 


Value. 


Duty. 


Quantity. 


Value. 


Duty. 






S 


-S cts. 




$ 


S ct>. 



10 

11 



Glass and manufactures of — Con. 

Glass carboys and demijohns, 
empty or filled bottles and 

decanters, flasks and phials.. .■ 

t Glass jars or glass balls, and 
cut, pressed or moulded, crys- 
tal or glass tableware, decor- 
ated or not 

Lamp chimneys, glass shades 
or globes and blown glass 
tableware 

Ornamental, figured and enam- 
elled, coloured glass and 
memorial or other ornament- 
al window glass, X.O.P 

I Paint€!d or vitrified, chipped, 
figured, enamelled and ob- 
scured white glass and rough 
rolled-plated glass Sq. ft. 

Common and colourless window 
glass, and plain coloured, 
opaque, stained or tinted or 
muffled glass in sheets 

Plate glass, not bevelled, in 
sheets or panes, not exceed- 
ing 2.5 sq. ft. each, X.O.P. . . 
i Plate glass, not bevelled, in 

sheets or panes, N.E.S n 

I Plate glass, in panes, bevelled, 
N.O.P .. 

Silvered glass, bevelled or not, 
framed or not framed 

Stained glass windows 



330,973 



97,963 60 



323,125 



221,2411 65,5.55 60 
126,718] 37,794 40i 

16,046' 4,018 90 



95,206 30 



303,280 22,996 4,931 10 



24,411,119 720,888 131,304 71 28,590,834i 766,578 



457,9381 



292,906 86,777 70 

116,165 34,797 70 

21,351 4,909 20 

25,'882 5,547 80 



597,457 

547,763 

2,176 



121,780 27,962 95 616,843 

134,527' 39,55474; 599,866 

834 259 94: 597 



36,587 12,694 65 
3,7.54 1,126 20 



12 



All other gla.ss and manufac- 
tures of glass not otherwise 
provided for, including bent 
plate or other sheet glass 



Total glass, &c. 



122,582 23,34183 



1.39,221 14 

26,211 18 

37,850 .50 

223 05 

16, .3.57 64 
.5,171 1,490 3C 



121,049 

134,014 

662 

47,287 



138,652 26,384 60 



1,938,808 459,495 62 2,084,451 488,508 .57 



13 Gloves and mitts of all kinds 



651,309 



Glue, glue stock and mucilage : — 

14 Glue, powdered or sheet Lbs. 

15 1" liquid 

16 .1 stock 

17' Fish skins and fish offal or 

I refuse 

18 Mucilage 



1,964,393 164,273 
14,921 



Total glue, glue stock and 
mucilage 



'Grasses and fibres, and manufac- 
tures of, N.E.S. :— 
19 Grass, .sea, sea weed and kelp, 

N.E.S Cwt. 



1,162 
12,752 



193,108 



216,200 20 



870,425 287,806 6<> 



38,911 27 
3,702 09 



3,162 35 



2,005,.509i 155,175' 36,168 87 
16,159' 4,022 50 



572 
14,444 



45,775 71!., 



186,350 



163' 



1.7.59 



4f-0 



1,703 



3,579 85 



44,071 22 



STATISTICAL AND FINANCIAL STATEMENTS 



73 



SESSIONAL PAPER No. 10 

into and Exports from CiT.itid.'i, (vii- -Continued. 



IjfPORTS. 



Value. 



1899. 



183,439 



1900. 1901. 



$ $ 



219,407 



221,831 227,558 

I 
131,9541 120,594 



8,020 



266,293 

226,715 
142,624 



10,588' 12,739 



15,473 18,912 16,607 



372,122 



621,408 468,319 718,638 



1902. 



329,164 

218,653 
127,891 



1903. 



324,488 

293,108 
115,-592 



16,064 21,351 



22,996 



88,274 93,8C(; 71,942 

i 
121,025| 114,856 106,290 



1,808 6,396 



33,802[ 
3,966 



95,178 
1,328,754 

718,031 



145,307 
18,098 



1,79' 
8,935 



174,137 



39(; 



46,970 
1.458 



119,684 
1,659,956 

702,9(50 



140,931 
21,059 



649 
10,784 

173,423 



15,772 

53,727 
2,064 



112,443 

1,584,922 

702,747 



168,489 
19.758 



1,183 
12,152 



201.582 



1,649 2,431 



Exports. 



Value. 



1&99. 1900. 



1901. 1902 



3,931 



2,035 



121,780 
134,527 

834 

35,853 
3,968 



122,289 
1,932,539 

653,234 



165,363 
14,867 



1,162 
12,752 



194,144 



1,759 



25,882 

766,868 

121,049 

134,014 

66-2 

47,842 
.5,678 



138,301 
2,086,444 

872,121 



16.5,740 
16,159 



572 
14,444 



196,915 



l,703i 



3,460 



1903. 



4,642 



23,170 



18,133 



6,456 



6,456 



9,429 



9,429 



22,528 



17,442 



17,442 



29,328 



18,004 



18,004 



1 



I 2 

t 
2,0681 3 



lU 
11 



12 



16,1.33 



10,85; 



13 



14 
15 
16 

17 

18 



10,857 



10 



74 



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3-4 EDWARD VII., A. 1904 
No. il. — Itemized Statement showing the Values of Imports 



EXTERED FOR HoME CoNSVMPTIOX. 



APtTICLES. 



1902. 



1903. 



9| 
101 



trasses and fibres, <fec.^C'o?i. 

Esparto, or Spanish grass, and 
other grasses and pulp of, in- 
cluding fancy grasses dried 
but not coloured or other- 
wise manufactured ... Cwt. 

Grass, manilla n 

Fibre, kavtavert, indurated 
fibre, vulcaniz€^ fibre and 
like material, and manufac- 
tures of, N.E.S 

Fibre, Mexican, istle or tam- 
pico . Cwt. 

Fibre, vegetable, natural, 
N.E.S M 

Fibrilla 

Moss, Iceland and other mosses Lbs. 

Palm leaf, unmanufactured 

Straw Tons. 

.1 manufactures of, N.O.P 




4,691 

10,966 

1,107,902 

15 



Total grasses, fibres, &c. 



I 

11 Grease, axle Lbs. 

12 II fajt grease, the refuse of 
cotton seed after the oil has 
l>een pressed out, but not 
when treated with alkalies. . " 

ISGrease, "degras" and oleo- 

stearine « 

14, Grease, rough, the refuse of . 
animal fat, for the manufac- 
ture of soap and oils only 

• 

Total grea.se, &c <• 



801,589 

2,.500 
1,807,9.53 

5,079,195 



7,691,23; 



15 Gimpowder and other explosives 

(exiKjrts) , 

Gun, rifle, sporting and cannister 
ix)wder Lbs. 

Cannon and musket powder 

Blasting and mining p<3wder . Lbs. 

Fu.ses, N.O.P. ....... 

(xiant ix)wder, nitro, nitro- 
glycerine and other explosives Lbs. 

(iuu, rifle and pistol cartridges 
or other ammunition, N.O.P . . . , 

(iun wads, percussion caps, 
primers and cartridge cases 

Gun or pistol covers or ca.ses, 
game bags, loading tools and 
cartridge belts of any material 



23 



121,123 
'269^287 



621,144; 



Total gunpowder and 
exijlosives 



33,089 8,267 42 

17,572 

2.5,639 



47,014 

.543 

133 ' ' 26 60 
19,073 3,810 26 



201,0.".8 12,104 28 



27,884 6,929 92 



37 
109,432 

292,226 



429,579 6,929 92 



Quantity. 


Value. 


Duty. 




1 
S 


•S cts. 


217 
48,179 


2,4031 . 

405,978; . 

j 





1,229 
6,632 



098,430 
55 



34,800 8,692 01 
12,454 



46,336 



1,261,692 



36,195; 

4041 8080 

19,373; 3,869 80 

559,676 12,642 61 



41,729 10,405 42 



1,'J10,960 
7,066,670 



10, 24.5, .322 



116,722 
416,793 



.57.5,244 10,405 42 



44,480 
16^704 



3,413 21 
5,319 08 



98,230 18,614 26 

199,351 51,241 10 

29,621 8,081 80 

7,489 2,190 60 



395,875, 88,860 05 



119,963 
' 20^241 



1.50,801 



40,438 



1,180 
28,542 



3,320 38 



404 90 
4,442 85 



28,584 4,396 03 
228,139 58,970 50 
9,741 60 



38,921 



9,758 



375,562 



2,894 60 



84,170 86 



STATISTICAL AND FINANCIAL STATEMENTS 



75 



SESSIONAL PAPER No. 10 
Into and Exports from Canada, kc— Continued. 



Imports. 



Value. 



1899. 1900. 1901. 1902. 1903, 



1,660' 



554 



11,781 19,588 
16,3641 19,050 
29,549 23,400 



925 
3,840 



34,621 
19,500 
24,519 



555 
55,661 



33,089 
17,572 
25,639 



EXP0RT.S. 



Vail 



1899. 1900. 1901. 1902. 1903. 



2,403 

405,9781 



34,800 
12,454j 
46,3361 



29,667 

909 

149 

6,275 



33,881 

1,458 

145 

8,830 



33,460 47,014 

304 543 

104 133 

14,421 



96,750 108,555 



18,4831 24,903 



134,131 



19,073 
201,038 



36,195 

30 

404 2,727 
19,466 ... 



7,650! 39,150! 11,869 



30,922 28,147 



559,769 



41,7481 



2,72/ 



7,6.50 39,150 11,869 



2,748 
30,449 



1,009 
58,006 



148,086! 215,980 
199,766 299,898 



1,308 
120,760 

232,033 
385,023 



37 
109,432 

292,226 
429,842 



116,722 

416,793| 
575,263 



9,984 
9,984 

120,091 



4,790 
4,790 



32,368 



32,368 



10,942 



10,942 



20,112 

289 
8,222! 



22,995 
3^192 



68,279i 71,993 

91,116 116,217 

19,251 28,354 

5,340 4,760 
I 

212,609 247,511 



25,000 
2,307 
4,036 16,704 



44,480] 40,892 



79, 418 1 125,956 

139,033i 199,677 

1 

33,414 29,676 



4,422 
287,630 



7,489 
.423,982 



],180 
28,047 

42,584| 

285,793J 

39,570 



156,392 244,715 2.57,945 



9,839j 

397,905: 120,091 



156,.392 244,7151 257,945 



14,411 



14,411 



93,409 



U 

12 
13 

14 



93,409 



254,605 



180,638 



15 

16 

17 
18 
19 

20 

21 

22 

23 



435,243 



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No, 11. — Itemized Statement showing the Values- of Imports 



Entered for Home Consumption. 



ARTICLES. 



17 



23 



Gut, cat or worm put, unmanu- 
factured, for whip and other 
cord ~ 

(iut, cat gut strings or gat cord 
for musical instruments. .. . . 

Total gut 



Gutta percha and india-rubber 
and manufactures of (Ex- 
IX)rts) 

Gutta i^rcha Lbs. 

Boots and shoes 

Belting 

Clothing and clothing made 
waterproof with india-rubber .... 

Fillets of cotton and rubber, 
not exceeding 7 inches wide, 
when imported by and for 
the use of manufacturers of 
card clothing ... 

Hose, including cotton or linen, 
lined with rubber 

Packing, mats and matting 

Rubber powdered and rubber 
wa,ste Lbs. 

Rubber, crude, caoutchouc and 
india-rubberunnianufactured .. 

Rtibber, recovered, rubber sub- 
stitute, and hard rubber in 
sheets .. 

Rubber thread elastic 

Sheeting ... 

All other, N.O.P 




2,125 

147,655 

30,625 



36,901 92 
7,614 09 



23.3,614 61,073 18 



308 



4,375 

141,191 35,251 76 
60,485' 15,112 67 

411,602 102,891 11 



193 



.11,2541 17,853 55 
39,065| 13,606 98 

I 



1,016,598 lll,.346i 797,-541 

I 
2,90.3,080' 1,404,257 2,858,778 



865,052 
1.693 



1.35,976 1,74.5,130 

2,263; 3,.548 

19,951 
249,262 



43,312j 15,059 01 
46,540 16,230 lo 



72,217 
1,532,998 



210,464 

4,458' 



Total gutta percha and 
india-rubber 



2,427,701 



Hair, and manufactures of, not 
othersvise provided for : — 

Hair, cleaned or uncleaned, but 
not curled, dyed or f)therwise 
manufactured Lbs. 

Braids, chains or cords of hair .... 

Curled or dyed hair Lbs. 

Hair cloth of all kinds 

Hair bru.sh pads 

Horse hair, not further manu- 
factured than .simply cleaned 
and dipped or dyed, for use 
in manufacture of horse hair 
cloth Lbs. 

Other manufactures of , N.E.S 



422,571 



32,.505 
192 

82,875 16,213 

6,814 
116 



59^84} i 286,932 69,325 50 



201,718 64 2,814,767 



38,137! 19,068 
4,148 



Total hair and manu- 
factures of 



79,056 



()7 20 
3,188 17 
1,403 90 



.351,033 
13^4ilj 



253.873 15 



31,861 

132' 

4,665i 

6,462| 



1,400 62 



5*,564 31,348 
6,087 



6,059 89 



80, .555 



46 20 

878 55 

1,331 30 



2,099 19 



4,3.55 24 



I 



J STATISTICAL AND FINANCIAL STATEMENTS 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 10 
into and Exports from Canada, &c. — Continued. 



77 



Imports. 



Value. 



Exports. 



Value. 



1899. 


1900. 


$ 


$ 


617 


772 


.7,212 


6,925 


7.829 


7,697 


452 

57,869 
23,791 


i,7i3 

46,927 
34,207 


151,842 


152,791 


75 


6 


31,302 

29,127 


48,748 
37,321 


6,788 


66,038 


1,632,764 


2,026,769 


208,069 
2,807 

r 219 

\ 199,540 


217,779 
1,968 
1,969 

217,098 


2,344,645 


2,853,334 


32,322 

444 

11,008 

10,239 


31,466 
121 

11,622 

8,484 

459 


23,249 
3,737 


28,251 
5,310 


80,999 


85,713 


-- 


-- 



1901. 



287 
7,776 
8,063 



13,338 
70,966 
37,415 

170,000 



242 

55,054 
41,623 

35,854 

1,755,488 



179,882 

2,109 

420 

235,794 



2, .598, 185 



21,618 
256 

11,091 

.5,336 

117 



11,672 
5,566 



55,6.^6 



1902. 



1,011 
7,922 
8,933 



2,125 

150,775 

30,289 

2.34,187 



308 

51,870 
39,048 

111,346 

1,404,2.57 



135,976 

2,263 

19,951 

248,909 



2,431,304 



32,505 
192 

16.213 

6,814 

116 



19,068 
4,148 



79,056 



1903. 



1899. 1900. : lOOl. ^ 1902. I 1903. 



370 
9,439 
9,809 



4,375 

142,288 
60,398 

465,454 



193 

43,593 
46,680 

72,217 

1,532,998 

210,464 

4,458 

I 287,398 
2,870,516 



31,861 

132 

4,665 

6,462 



140,442i 174,056 1.5(),439 
1 1 



140,442 



49,949 



31,348 

6,087 



80,555 



49,949 



327,610 



157,025 



170,0.56 



70,968 



70,968 



156,439 



61,913 



61,913 



327,610 



64,479 



64,479 



122,730 



9 
10 

11 

12 

13 

14 
15 
16 



279,755 



94,678 



22 
23 



94,678 



78 



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No. 11. — Itemized Statement showing the Values of Imports 



AKTICLKS. 



Enterki) for Home CoxsiMrxioN. 



1902. 



Quantity. Value. Duty, i Quantity. Value. Duty 



Hats, caps and bonnet.s, viz.: — 

Caplins, unfinished Leghorn 
hats 

Hatters" bands (not cords), 
bindings, tips and sides, hat 
sweats and linings, both tips 
and sides, imported by hat 
and cap manufacturers, for 
use in the manufacture of 
these articles only in their 
own factories 

Hat, cap and bonnet shapes 

Hatters' furs, not on the skin 

Hats and caps, &c., of beaver, 

silk or felt 

liuckram for the manufacture 
of hat and Vxinnet shai;>es Yds. 

Hatters's plu.-h of silk or cotton 

Plaits, plain, chip, manilla, 
cotton, mohair, straw, Tuscan 
and grass Lbs. 

Manilla hoods 

Of straw, grass, chip or other 
material, Is .E.S 



]90;i 



$ cts. 



Total hats, caps and bonnets . 



5.52 



! 

26, 739 j 



109,905 
38,739 
71,876 

1,097,181 

4,320 
2,538 



9,155 .50i 
273,607 80 



547,615 97,927 
1821 



38,4i2 
640,761 



594,803 154,093 80 



2,018,023, 436,857 10, . . 



13 



14 



Hay Tons. 

Hides and skins, raw, whether 
dry, salted or pickled, and tails 
undressed 

Hoofs, horn strips, horn and horn 
tips in the rough, not ix)lished 
or otherwise manufactured than 
cleaned .- 

Honev, in the comb or otherwise, 
and imitations thereof Lbs. 

HoiJS " 

Ice 



8,397 121,624' 16,794 00 



146,.511i 
789,5981 



5,079,343 



G,699j 

9,731 

131,185 

672 



3,926 75 
44,871 30 



120,(i74 
623,403 



17 Ink, writing. 

18 -• printing 



Total ink 



19 Iron sand or globules or iron shot 
and dry putty for polishing 
glass or granite Cwt. 



45,391 
99,80;i 



10,286 



20 Ivory, manufactures of , X . C) . P 

21 1 '. unmanufactured ....... Lbs. 

22; t. veneers of, unmanufactuied 

23j Ivories, piano key 



Total ivorv. 



145,198 



5,627 



5«>9 

1,672 

3,630 

59,441 



8,145 46 
19,446 45 

27,.591 91 



1,150 



109 951 . 



no 



S cts. 



1,010: 



117,401 
57,274 13,0 
67,334 1 



,660 10 
1,113,8051 290,565 50 



4, 673 1 
3,917' 



113,423! 
178 



634,504 167,872 40 



2,113,579 472,098 00 



126,646 



.5,661,313; 



15,474 00 



65,312 109 95 



1,215 




7,945 

162,394 

1,932 


3,168 19 
36,174 06 






.50,916 
98,400 


9,163 67 
19,187 10 


149,316 


28,350 77 


3,304 








123 
2,658 


2t 60 


650 




71,424 




74,855 


24 60 



i STATISTICAL AND FINANCIAL STATEMENTS 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 10 
into and Exports from Canada, &o. — Continued. 



79 



Imports. 


Exports. 






Value. 


Value. 




1899. 

j 


1900. 

80,837 
68,037 
40,951 

1,025,115 

2,953 
8,469 

68,444 
11 

546,861 

1,841,678 

88,212 

4,214,412 

4,987 

13,634 

154,712 

615 

35,116 
73,760 

108,876 

1,.535 

179 

2,796 

2,6.36 

41,511 

! 47,130 


1 
1901. 

1 

$ 

178 

97,542 
37,007 
59,468 

1,074,418 

4,174 
2,681 

100,629 
948 

546,694 

1,923,739 

116,228 

4,:il,53S 

3,337 

. 10,953 
149,728 

76S 

44,309 
88,909 

133,218 

2,740 

400 

4,337 

8,023 

, 45,750 

58,516 


1902. 

$ 
552 

109,905 
38,739 
71,876 

1,100,811 

4,320 

2,538 

97.927 

182 

603,507 
2,030,357 

121,624 

5,0r9,343 

0,699 

9,019 

131,964 

672 

45,468 
99,609 

145,077 

5,627 

569 

1,072 

3,630 

59,411 

65312 


1903. 
1,010 

117,401 
57,375 
67,334 

1.113,184 

4,673 
3,917 

113,423 

178 

635,137 
2,113,692 

127,153 

.5,661,313 

1,215 

7,880 

168,732 

1,932 

50,912 

98,281 

149,193 

1 

3,304 

123 

2,658 

650 

71,424 

74 85; 


1899. 

f 


1900. 

$ 


1901. 


1902. 


1903. 


207 


$ 


$ 


s 


56,572 
62,780 
18,151 










■888,374 

2,787 












2,819 






81,012 













563,653 


3,823 
3,823 

411,631 

]■ 1,245,077 

1 

31,567 
26,201 

17,486 


3,S70i 12,596 


13,269 
13,269 


. 11,483 


1,679,930 


3,870 


12,596 


11,483 


57,988 
.3,872,182 

5,617 

8,579 
130,223 

2,618 


1,414,119 

1,322,040 

1,109 
16,435 
16,953 


2,097,902 

2,211,199 

2,758 
37,970 
32,66; 


4,415,324 

1,700,380 

2,104 
18,989 
37,193 


3,596,5.57 

1,905,001 

2,034 

12,998 
23,304 


37,226 

67,293 































104 519 




















1,979 

















151 


! 
1 






4 791 












.5,799 












26,701 























37,443 














. 


1 










19 



80 



TRADE AND COMMERCE i 

3-4 EDWARD Vli., A. 1904 
No. 11. — Itemized Statement showing the Values of Imports 



Entered for Home Consumption. 



ARTICLES. 



1902. 



Quantity. 



1 {.Jewellery, N.O.P 

2 Junk, old, or oakum Cwt. 

.S Knitted goods of every descrip- 
tion, N.E.S 



10, 



14 



I Leather and manufactures of : — 

'' Belting leather of all kinds Lbs. 

! Calf, kid or goat, lamb and 

sheep skins, tanned -i 

J Calf, kid or goat, lamb and 
[ sheep skins, dressed, waxed 

or glazed " 

Harness leather " 

;| Tanner's scrap leather " 

l! Glove leather, tanned or dress- 
! ed, coloured or uncoloured, 
imported by glove manufac- 
turers for use in their fac- 
tories in the manufacture of 

gloves " 

.Japanned, patent or enamelled 

leather and morocco 

Skins for morocco leather, tan- 
ned but not further manufac- 
tured " 

Sole leather, all kinds " 

Upper leather, not dressed, 

waxed or glazed " 

Upper leather, including don- 
gola,cordovan,kangaroo, alli- 
gator and chamois skins, or 
other upper leather, N.E.S., 
dressed, waxed or glazed ... " 
All other leather and skins, N. 

O-Jr* 

All otherleather dressed.waxed 
or glazed, &c., N.E.S n 



Manufactures of, viz : — 

Boots and shoes ! 

Harness and saddlery, N.E.S j 

Leather belting 

All other manufactures of leatherl 
and raw-hide, N.O.P [ 



Total leather and manufactures of. 



Leeches w," 

Lime Brls. 



23 Lime juice, crude only. Galls, i 

24'Lime juice, and fruit juice for- 

j tified with t)r containing not | 

I jnorethan25p.c.of proof spirits n ; 



Value. 



21,888 



189,540 
6,408 



333,951 
38, 193 



3,146 
237,701 

2,041 



260,167 
85,402 
71,223 



24,602 



34,081 



162 



Duty. 



647,200 
60,364 

520 



$ cts. 
189,796 70 



1903. 



Quantity. 



134 52 



61,116 6,301 10 
1,942 279 15 



295,0021 237,388 

6,236 2,528 

39,800 .5.520 



174,247 
43,497 



2,011 
65,026 

918 



183,675 
32,503 
40,752 



699,791 
82,036 
43,995 

133,316 

1,810,261 



56 
17,584 



9,579 



339 



39,331 23 
397 63 
624 20 



17,418 14 
10,790 77 



277 15 
9,084 90 

130 05 



30,458 80 
3,742 46 
6,883 08 



172,608 12 

23,771 50 

7,933 96 

31,978 73 



362,012 23 



3,506 41 



07 20 



Value. Duty. 



21,412 



55 
381,442 

7,459 



744,778 
65,599 

092 



212,052 62,836 
3,307 1,355 



$ cts. 
218,882 90 

219 10 



6,479 80 
192 53 



306,393 
6,443 2,m> 

80,780 14,818 



216,050 34,575 82 

405 49 

1,563 65 



4()7,624 240,983 
40,515 43,339 



41 
79.207 

2, .397 



186,405 130,276 
75,490 24,942 
82,285 44,874 



742,773 
83,493 
5^,599 



163,629 



1,912,802 



31,108 



108 
22,470 



24,799 



1891 



6,295 



388 



24,086 97 

10,772 28 



6 15 
9,795 65 

.351 75 



21,428 80 
2,972 10 
7,258 89 



183,418 96 
23,774 80 
10,039 94 

.39,406 71 



376,530 29 



1 



4,494 05 



113 40 



STATISTICAL AND FINANCIAL STATEMENTS 



81 



SESSIONAL PAPER No. 10 

into and Exports from Canada, &o. — Continued. 







Imports. 






Exports. 






Value. 






Value. 


1899. 


1900. 


1901. 


1902. 


v.m. 


1899. 


1900. 1901. 


1902. 


1903. 


.■i; 


.$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


■S 


%• $ 


$ 


$ 


473,143 


578,063 
55,032 


539,116 

52,774 


648,590 
60,364 


745,404 
65,599 




1 






38,588 


.36,713 


54,579 


71,619 


' 28,083 


40,054 


31,606 


23,303 

64,870 


4,349 
40,639 


520 


692 




ii::::::: 








42,815 


55,156 


61,812 











15,149 


1,208 

279,161 

10,515 

1,152 


6,754 

212,677 
6,809 
2,753 


1,942 

237,128 
2,528 
5,520 


1,355 

216,750 

2,590 

14,818 












289,441 












3,687 












1,286 












111,986 


185,717 


180,186 


174,247 


241,297 












20,225 


22,486 

446 
172,921 


41,918 

3,887 
74,992 


43,497 

2,011 

64,204 


43,339 












164 


41 

77,489 












148,245 


1 




(' 


1,617,365 


1,809,483 


603 


5,500 


1,704 


918 


2,397 


^ I,.-.4-.,n7.S 


1,540,414 


1,975,383 -i 

1 


1 

j 294,733 


222,807 


339,361 


309,963 


234,428 


181,069 


129,573 


J 




I 


J 




26,614 


15,723 


35,109 


35,797 


24,942 


1 










,37,427 


19,244 


34,224 


41,017 


44,874 


J 


,' 






140,392 


451,376 
58,265 
41,873 


541,665 
59,026 
72,182 

112,970 


642,790 
54,242 
51,975 

108,225 


701,383 
82,137 
42,675 

133,473 


743,378 
84,474 
58,265 

163,530 


81,743 
35,008 


86,118 
209,418 


223,588 
136,943 


185,774 
122,332 


152,465 
19.247 


98,226 


37,168 


53,557 


117,290 


99,559 


43,513 


1,686,742 


1,874,749 


1,733,-312 


1,804,762 


1,910,924 


1,695,997 


1,839,507 


2,453,204 


2,319,763 


2,387,907 


83 


50 


68 


.56 


108 












11,124 


11,211 


14,534 


17,584 


22,470 


64,113 


77,360 


83,514 


112,034 


127,792 


3,814 


5,033 


(5,348 


9,579 


6,295 












294 


272 


1,098 


314 


• 405 











9 
10 

11 

12 

13 

14 
15 
16 



17 
18 
19 

20 



21 



23 

24 



10— i— 6 



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No. 11. — Itemized Statement showing the Values of Imports 



ARTICLES. 



Entered for Homk Consumption. 



1902. 



Quantity. ' Value. 



l.Lime juice containing more than 

I 25 p. c. of proof spirits. . . Galls. 

2 Lime juice and other fruit syrups 
and fruit juice.s, N.O.P n 



Total linie juice, &c 



3 Machine card clotliing 

4 Magic lantern? and slides therefor 

5' Manufactured articles, >;.E.S. (exports) 

[Marble and manufactures of : — 

t; Marble, sawn onlj' 

7 Marble in the rough, not hammered 
or chiselled 



Marble, finished and i)olished . 
Manufactures of, N.O.P 



Total marble and manufactures of. 



10 Mattresses, including hair, spring and 
other 



11 



12 



Cwt. 



Metals anil minerals and manufactures 

of, N.E.S. :- 
Brass and manufactures of- - 

Brass in bolts, bars and rods 
in coils or otherwise, in 
lengths not less than 6 feet, 
unmanufactured 

Brass cups, being rough 
blanks for the manufacture 
of paper-shells or cart- 
ridges, when imported by 
manufacturers of brass and 
paper-shells and cartridges 
for use in their own fac- 
tories . 

Brass, old and scrap or in 
blocks Cwt 

Brass, in strijjs, sheets oi 
plates, not polished, plan- 
ished or coated ■' 

Brass tubing, not bent or 
otherwise nianvifactured. in 
lengths not less tlian (5 ft. . Lbs. 

Glove fasteners, metal eyelet 
hooks, and eyelets and shoe- 
lace wire fasteners 

Pumps . No. 

Wire, plain ... Lbs. 

Wire cloth. &c., N.E.S 

Manufactures of brass, N.O.P. . . . 

Nails, tacks, rivets and burrs 
or washers 



Total bras."^ and manufactures of. . . 



5 

14,641 



48,889 



.5,038 



18,028 



11,527 



Duty. 



19 

I 

16,795 



26,732 



.35,970 
6,851 



S cts. 



9 40 
2,740 61 



2,847 21 



7,164 29 . . . 
1,557 07 . . . 



Quantity. 



1903. 



Value. 



Duty. 



16,897 



87,077 17,410 07 

9,537 1,430 55 

11,828] 4,039 33 

21,9821 7,606 78 



130,424 .30,486 73 



8,661 2,598 30 



r5,910 



06,041 
110,300 



151,855 



489,879! 101,978 



2,520i 
170,644 



98.131 
11,446 
25,416 
37,848 
422,953 

9,862 



11,452; 



10,025 



535,923' 



1,111,740 



3,433 80 

2,472 78 

8,244 13 i 

123,434 60 

2,909 00 



114,984 



110,494 31 



6 
20,143 



$ cts. 

8 00 
3,490 14 



41,889| 26,832 



52,036 
7,390 



93,389 

8,232 
51,860 



153,481 



11,399 



6,528 90,551 



64,973 
109,389 

164,297 

102,107 

124,074 
11,694 

18,774 

45,026 

581,164 

7,045 

1,320,294 



3,611 54 



10,006 24 
1,766 10 



18,674 74 

1,234 80 
17,805 78 



37,775 32 



3,408 40 



3,499 40 

1,802 10 

8,08? ()0 

109,074 20 

2.210 50 



185,903 86 



J 



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SESSIONAL PAPER No. 10 
into and Exports from Canada, &c. — Continued. 



83 



I.MP()in> 



Vail 



180!(. 



1900. 



1.5,002' 18,396 
19,110 23,705 



40,881 
G,025 



29,771 

7,701 



64,212 66,197 

•2,012' 1,371 

I i:<.'.»i;i i;-;,(t.j(» 

I ].-.,(i!l4 13,S42 



1901. 



15,272 

22,718 



34,703 
5,246 



101,879j 

I 

7,802; 



56, .572 



94,460 
8,511 



66,513 



70,428 

4,491 

!»,L'42 

13,44tt 

97,610 
11,657 



1902. 



19 
15,132 
25,044 



35,150 
7,093 



1903. 



]*L\l'OKT.S. 



Value. 



1899. 



20,172 
26,872; 



52,765 
7,264 



700,437 



71,371 



85,659 

9,53' 

11,828 
21,7.57 

128,781 
8,850 



75,910 



93,389 

8,232 
51,860 

153,481 1 
11,242! 



1900. 



1901. 



1,472,648 1,483,130 



1902. 



1903. 



1,967,924 



8.52,513 



90,551 



10 



3.5,239 44,687j 55,9231 66,041 



43,6.521 52,S16j 46,967 



123,220 

61,618 

78,629 
10,783 
30,0()1 
29,804: 
348,830 

6,071 

824,479 , 

10 



135,999 



80,709 



84,280; 
12,3471 
24,474' 
34,517i 
393,159; 

8,378 

937,888 



123,576 



110,300 
151,855 



64,973 

109,3891 
I 
I 

164,297; 



8.3,199 101,978 102,107 



75,544 

7,168 

22,289 

43,649 

384,560 

6,944 

921,190 



-U 



98,131 
11,997 
25,780 
.37,848 
42.5,723 

9,862 

1,115,425 



124,0741, 
11,921; 

18,774;. 

4.5,885: . 

581,470[ . 

7,d45[ . 

l,321,086i 



11 



12 
13 

14 

15 



16 
17 
18 
19 
20 

21 



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No. 11. — Itemized Statement showing the Values of Imports 



ARTICLE.S. 



Entered fob Home Consumptiox. 



1902. 



Quantity, i Value. 



2i 



Meta's anil minerals and manu- 
factures of, X.E.S. — Con. 
Copper and manufactures of — 

Copix;r matte or regulus of, 
and black or coarse copper 
and cojjper cement, fine 
copi)er therein contained 

Copi>er in bolts, bars and rods 
in coils or otherwise in 
lengths not less than 6 feet, 
unmanufactured Cwt. 

Copper in pigs or ingots .... .. 

Copper in strips, sheets or 
plates, not planished or 
coated, &c 

Nails, tacks, rivets and burrs 
or washers 

Old and scrap or in blocks . . Cwt. 

Oxide of coi per, black, in- 
cluding platinum for use in 
the manufacture of chlo- 
rate .- Lbs. 

CopiJer rollers for use in cali- 
co printing 

Copper tubing in lengths not 
less than 6 feet and not 
polished, bent or otherwise 
manufactured . Lbs. 

Wire plain, tinned or plated, i- 

Wire cloth, &c 

All other manufactures of 
X.O.P 



13 
14i 



15 
16 



17 
18, 



19 



Duty. 



•S cts. 



1903. 



Quantity. I Value. 



55,095 767,315; 

16,.576 213,954 



22,.525 307,429 



62,6' 
19,473 



17,009 



... .1 7,454 2,199 70| 
1,096' 11,878 



911 



7 10 

. . : 1.3, 1.33 



198,212i 43,3.59 

603,268] 93,891 14,083 10 
1,932 .357 93 



Total copper and manufactures of. 



Gold and silver and manufac- 
tures of — 

Gold-bearing quartz, dust or 
nuggets 

Gold, silver and aluminum 
leaf and Dutch or schlag 
metal leaf ... 

Manufactures of gold, N. E.S-. 

Electro-plated ware and^ gilt 
ware of all kinds, N. E.S . . . 

Sterling or other silverware. . 

Silver ore and silver, metallic, 
contained in ore concen- 
trates, &c 

Silver tubing, when imix)rted 
by manufacturers of silver- 
ware to be used in their 
own factories in the manu- 
facture of silverware, O.C. . 



47,009 13,913 60 



Duty. 



813,294 

243,975 



269,954 



7,771 
8,619 



2,276 20 



35 
9,395 



258,2541 .54,221 

503,710| 74,560i 11,183 25 
1,470; 275 01 



60,970 17,523 10 



1,507,364! 30,554 33j 



38,734 9,652 35 

10,093 2,964 m. 

227,044 6.5,067 40| 

7.5,475 20,446 oOl 



1,-544,264 31,257 -56 



51,530 12,857 76 

12,525, 3,751 60 

275,2761 78,316 10 

94,936] 25,710 60 



Total gold and silver, &c. 



372 



560 



351,718 98,130 55' ! 434,833' 120,6.36 06 



i STATISTICAL AND FINANCIAL STATEMENTS 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 10 

into and Exports from Canada, ttc. — Continued. 



85 



Imports. 


Exports. 






Value. 






Value. 


1899. 


1900. 


1901. 


1902. 


1903. 


1899. 


1900. 


1901. 


1902. 1903. 


§ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


, $ 


$ 












922,979 


1,387,388 


2,660,276 


2.990.425 


2.907.705 


278,553 
207,311 

148,.594 


555,278 
162,254 


521,614 
147,535 


767,315 
213,954 


813,294 
243,975 






1 








220,256 


208,477 


307,429 


269,954 








4,264 


7,538 
18,736 


6,086 
4,739 

88 
15,3(J0 


7,454 
11,878 

10 
13,133 


7,902 
S,619 

35 
9,395 

54,221 

74.560 

1,470 








39,429 








60 


389 
24,457 










11,310 












29,292 


54,728 

152,745 

675 


48,289 

102,664 

988 


43,359 

03,891 

1,932 












45,144 
911 







! 


33,523 


68,603 
1,271,659 


47,111 
1,102,891 


46,916 
1,507,271 


60,985 
1,544,410 










922,979 




! 


79s,391 


1,387,388 


2,660,276^ 2,990,425' 2,907,705 












3.272,702 


14,148,543 


24,445,156 19,684,604! 16,490,820 


38,371 


43,458 
6,127 


46,901 

8,145 

216,738 
90,010 


37,994 
10,093 

228,404 
75,733 


51,536 
12,695 

274,934 
97,711 






I 
' 


7,880 








199,135 


199,881 
93,458 








92,918 








■ 








2,630,281 


1,354,055 


i 
2,420,750 2,05.5,428 1,804,592 








372 


560 






[ 
j 












1 


338,304 


342,922 


361,794 


352,596 


437,436 


5,902,983 


15,502,598 


26,865,906 21,740,032 18,295,412 

1 



13 



18 



19 



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No. 11. — Itemized Statement showing the Valuesi of Imports 



Entered for Home Consumption. 



ARTICLES. 



1902. 



Quantity . 



Metals and minerals and manu- 
factures of, N.E.S.— Con. 
Iron and manufactures of, steel 
and manufactures of, or both 
combined : 
Agricultural implements, N.E.S. — 
Agricultural implements, parts 

of ^. . 

Cultivators, weeders No. 

Drills, grain seed n 

Farm, road or field rollers 

Forks, pronged '• 

Harrows .. 

Harvesters, self -binding, and 

without binders n 

Hay tedders •> 

Hoes M 

Horse rakes •> 

Knives, hay or straw t, 

edging 

Lawn mowers No. 

Manure spreaders h 

Mowing-machines ... u 

Ploughs M 

Post hole diggers " 

Potato diggers 

Rakes, N.E.S ■, 

Reapers 

Scythes ... 

.Sickles or reaping hooks .... 

Spades and shovels and spade 

and shovel blanks, and iron 

or steel cut to shape for 

the same 

All other agricultural imple- 
ments, N.E.S 



Value. 



2,7551 

2,012 

216 

13,930 

2,470j 

9,288! 

115i 
3,406 
9,741 

446 



499,818 

22,863 

50,092 

3,127 

7,816 

36,730 

900,179 
3,028 
1,010 

180,6.58 
246 



Doz. 



1,193 

91 

17,643 

10,092 

.541; 

1181 

5,028j 

7-55 j 

2,952 



5,407 



6,466 

2,356 

599,050 

214,193 

489 

1,780 

1,139 

36,329 

11,970 



28,993 
47,136 



Duty. 



•^ cts. 



99,957 41 
4,570 67 

10,018 40 

781 75 

1,944 33 

7,345 20 

180,035 80 
757 00 
249 17 

36,131 60 
55 67 



Total agricultural implements. . . 2,655,468 



Anchors Cwt. 

Anvils and vices 

Axle springs, axle.s, axle-bars 
n.e.s. and axle blanks and 
parts thereof, of iron or steel, 
for railway or tramway or 
other vehicles Cwt. 

Bar iron or steel rolled, whether 
in coils, bundles, rods or bars, 
comprising rounds, ovals, 
squares and flats, rolled 
shapes, N.O. P 

Butts and hinges, N.E.S 

Cart or wagon skeins or boxes Lbs. 

Cast iron pipe of every descrip- 
tion Cwt. 

Castings, iron or steel in the 
rough, N. E.S 



5,372i 



19,766 
27,621 



40,937' 107,442 



525,114 




946,836 

29,220 

2,459 

44,691 

198,074 



2,238 60 

471 20 

119,810 00 

42,838 60 

122 25 

445 00 

284 75 

7,265 80 

2,598 44 



8,788 14 
11,593 41 



538,30319 



Quantity . 



1903. 



Value. 



3,609 

2,925 

46 

14,528 
.3,287 

11,002 

544 

6,551 

1.3,386 
435 



1,859 

197 

18,176 

13,970 

775 

100 

6,461 
703 

3,075 
1.53 



8,.326 



7,203 80 



5,536 



36,369 49 39,5.53 



170,875 30 

8,736 50 

661 10 

10,905 85 

49,350 52 



803,556 

' 79^268, 

59,862 



609,111 

24,948 

78,066 

3,087 

7,395 

49,070 

1,065,275 

12,519 

1,561 

247,905 

1.52 



Dutv. 



121,817 47 

4,989 6<J 

1.5,611 74 

771 75 

1,843 68 
9,814 00 

213,055 fX) 

3,129 75 

361 94 

49,.581 00 

38 00 



8,.598 3,009 30 

8,802i 1,760 40 

610,026] 122,005 20 

302,432! 60,482 .53 

i;33 00 



5.321 

1,3.53 

1,.529 

33,337 

13,559 

191 



334 00 

382 25 

6,687 40 

3,097 01 

36 75 



39,536! 11,894 87 
52,833 13,032 78 



3,171,817 643 849 42 



20,345 

43,8.53' ll,<;f'.5 20 



96,493 



30,a54 31 



1,327,897 240,(;!t7 43 
40,391 12,060 40 
1,042 !)0 



3,717 
112,709 
242,131 



19,547 51 
59,846 04 



i STATISTICAL AND FINANCIAL STATEMENTS 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 10 

into and Expoi*t8 from Canada; &c. — Continued. 



87 



Imports. 



Value. 



1!)00. 



1901. 



1902. 



$ I S 



1903. 



32,218 
20,301 
40,308 
149 
9,696 
63,819 



806, 
8, 
3, 

120, 



4, 
3.59, 
216 



31,145 

57,987 

1,823,944 



11,891 
19,616 



77,338 



526,790 
19,361 

5,687 

61,859 
296,807 



.S3, 222 
16,495 
31,092 
2,049 
4,.584 
.59,612 



831, 
8, 
3. 

104. 



422. 
149 



204 

839 

013 

146 

174 

107 

429 

101 

322 

,625 

197 

1,297 

1,585 

55,486 

10,165 



499,921 

22,863 

50,243 

3,127 

7,816 

36,755 

894,474 
3,028 
1,010 

181,.581 
246 



20,838 

132,178 

1,898,760 



19,567 
16,325 



63,728 



448,942 
20,212 

3,705 

.50,223 
165,322 



6,466 

2,356 

()00,713 

214,193 

489 

1,780 

1,139 

.37,879 

11,949 



29,036 

47,897 

2,654,991 



19,766 
27,762 



107,442 



947,420 

29,223 

2,459 

44,691 

198,902 



609,122 
24,948 
78,215 

3,( 

7,395 
49,070 

1,053,021 

12,519 

1,561 

247,521 

152 



Export.' 



Value. 



1899. 



8, 

8, 

607, 

303, 

1, 

1, 

30, 

r 13, 

\ 



1900. 1901. 1902. 



1,867.223 1,693,581 



39,512 

52,833 
3,155,779 



J 
1,867,223 



20, .345 
43,8.39 



96,499 



1,328,342 
40,391 

3,717 

112,709 
243,172 



114,405 



1,693,581 



1903. 



1,749,565| 1,820,800 



1,749,565 1,820,800 



7 
8 
9 
10 
11 
'12 
|13 
,2! 19,292114 
il5 
il6 
17 
18 
{19 
20 
21 
22 



23 

24 



2,299,292 



25 
■26 



170. .569 



106,5791 116,513 



28 
'29 
30 



j31 

186,215132 



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No. 11. — Itemized Statement "showing the Values of Imports 



ARTICLES. 



No. 



Metals and minerals and manu- 
factures of, N.E.S. — Con. 
Iron and manufactures of, steel 
and manufactures of, or both 
combined— Con. 
Chains, coil chains, chain links 
I and chain shackles, of iron or 
1 steel Y6 o^ ^11 Ji^ch in diam. 

j and over Cwt 

2 Chain, malleable, sprocket or 

I link belting for binders 

3; Chains, N.E.S 

4 Cream separators and steel 

I bowls for . 

Cream separators, aiticles for 
the construction or manufac- 
ture of, when imported by 
manufacturers of cream se})- 
arators to be used in their own 
factories for the manufacture 

of cream separators, O.C 

Cut tacks, brads, sprigs, or shoe 
nails, double pointed, and 
other tacks of iron and steel, 

N.O.P Lbs 

Engines, locomotive, for rail 

I ways, N.E.S 

8 ' Engines, fire n 

9i II gasoline u 

10 '■ other, and boilers, 
N.E.S .. 

11 Fire extinguishing machines . . .t 

12 Ferro-manganese, feiTO-silicon, 

spiegeleisen Tons. 

13, Fittings of iron or steel for iron 

or steel pipe Lbs. 

14 Forgings of iron or steel of 

whatever shar)e or size or 
in whatever stage of manu- 
facture, N.E.S. : and steel 
shafting, turned, compress- 
ed or jxjlished ; and ham- 
mered iron or steel bars or 
shapes, N.O.P i. 

15 Frogs, switches, crossings and 

intersections for railways . . . 

16 Hardware, viz.: builders', 
j cabinet-makers', upholster- 
ers", harness-makers', sad- 
dlers' and carriage hard- 
ware, including curry 
combs, and horse boots, 
N.E.S 

17 Hoop, band, scroll f)r strip of 
' iron or steel, rolled, 8 inches 

or less in width, No. 18 gauge 
and thicker, N.E.S Cwt 



Entered for Home Con.sumptiox. 



1902. 



Quantity. 



37,487 



Value. 



Duty. 



1903. 



Cwt. 



154,070 

80 
4 



849 

25,968 

6,513 
3,898,368 



2,801,773 
7,03 



36.296 



•S cts. 



138,349 

14,462 
62,221 

487,834 



20,379 



11,188 

611,925 
2,376 



6,244 91 

2,892 40 
17,261 00 



Quantity. 



49,006 



3,903 44 

214,173 75 
83100 



382,022 92,609 91 
19,327 6,764 45 



150,977 
232,428 



5,495 42 
69,650 80 



Value. 



Dutv. 



177,181 

2.5,081 
103,101 

587,308 



78,219 



100,233 
99 



446 
945 



•S cts. 



7,632 18 

5,016 20 
29,202 40 



7,496 
1,220,328 



93 272 
20,221 



653,361 



6,066 30 



6,350 
.5,348,276 



27,718 30 3,075,331 



9, .504 



190,283 90 



137,014 

470,780 
20,584 

162,710 

343,970 



119,144 
.34,198 



773,311 



68,541 11,535 41' 48,.571 88,959 15 13151 



2,623 13 
427,114 80 



34,241 42 

109,199 96 
7,204 40 

6,141 25 

103. 07S 70 



35,167 30 
10.259 40 



225,461 50 



i 



i STATISTICAL AND FINANCIAL STATEMENTS 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 10 
into end Exports from Canada, &c. — Continued. 



89 



Imports. 



Value. 



1899. 


1900. 


1901. 


1902. 


S 


$ 


$ 


$ 


(-.0,127 


107,780 


95,025 


I 
138,700 


26,6.53 
24, .541 


24,341 

47,574 


15,070 
40,611 


14,462 

62,806 


228,721 


216,953 


260,969 


487,834 
20,379 


11,910 


14,784 


9,960 


11,075 


398,118 
1.733 


446,097 
7,660 


497,401 
2,854 


748,129 
2,376 


111,1.54 
.31,197 


292,239 

32,198 


370,403 
22,611 


383,681 
19,327 


21,964 


39,064 


38,954 


150,977 


165,463 


235,628 


202,130 


233,056 


59,738 


65,074 


72,107 


93,077 


3,065 


41,833 


17,301 


20,221 


572,1.54 


592,332 


542,281 


6.53,837 


43,300 


45,480 


53,278 


68,551 



1903. 



EXPOKTS. 



Value. 



1899. 1900. i 1901. 



177,892 

25,081 
103,829 

587,308 



7,462 
1,222,521 



137?014 

473,570 

20,576 

162,710 
344,753 



119,144 
34,198 



773,167 158,8.34 



1902. 



325,164 



1903. 



124,455 96,988 



82,751 



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No. 11. — Itemized Statement showing the Values of Imports 



Entered for Home Consumption. 



ARTICLES. 



1902. 



Quantity. 



11 



Value. 



Duty. 



308 
5,71)0 



41!),543 



Metals and minerals and manu- 
factures of, N.E.S. — Con. 
Iron and manufactures of, steel 
and manufactures of, or 
both combined — Con. 

Hoop, band, sci-oll or stri]; of 
iron or steel, rolled, thin- 
ner than No. 18 gauge, X. ] 
E.S Cwt. ! 40,782! 94,114 

Hoop iron, not exceeding § of I 

an inch in width and being 
Xo. 25 gauge or thinner, | 

■ used for the manufacture j 

of tubular rivets >• i HO 

Horse, mule and ox shoes i 

Iron or steel ingots, cogged 
ingots, blooms, slabs, bil- 
lets, puddled bars, and 
loops or other forms, N.O. 
P., less finished than iron 
or steel bars, but more ad- 
vanced than pig iron, ex- 
cept castings Cwt. 401,306 

Iron or steel bridges or parts 
thereof ; iron or steel stmc- 
tu ral work, columns, shapes 
or sections.drilled, punched 
or in any further stage of 
manufacture than as rolled 
or cast, X.E.S 4(i,841 

Iron or steel nuts, washers, 
rivets and bolts with or 
without threads, and nut, 
bolt and hinge i)lanks, and 
T and strai) hinges of all 1 

kinds, X.E.S Lbs.! 2,289,930 

Ii-on and steel, rolled, round 
wire rod in the coil not over 
§ inch in diameter, import- 
ed by wire manufacturers 
for use in making wire in ' : 
the coil in their factories. . Cwt. ! 1,103,641 

Iron or steel sheets, corruga- j 

ted, galvanized n j 1,683 

Iron or steel sheets, corruga- 
ted, not galvanized. ... "I 12,104 

Iron or steel .sheets : Canada 
plate ; Russia iron, flat, 
galvanized, turned plate 
and rolled sheets of iron or 
steel, coated with zinc, 
spelter or other metal, of 
all widths or thickness, 
X.O.P 466,464 

Iron or steel sheets, rolled, | 

No. 17 gauge and thinner, 
N.O.P:,., I 243,430 



$ cts. 



1903. 



Quantity. 



Value. 



4,395 10; 47,929 87,232 



1,726 30 



34,421 01 



108,402 37,844 22 



92,031 



1,523,792 

5,696 

17.053 



40,011 67 



1,012 34 



Duty. 



$ cts. 



3,785 82 



5,882 1,715 iO 



394, 41 8 1 380,034 35,042 (\1 



22,239, 64,586 



2,289,06^ 



1,012,479 
9,462 



5,112 80 2,123 



1,214,045 43,951 27 629,359 



22,162 82 



100,913 41,780 90 



1,415,447 

24,699! 4,234 59 
7,803 2,340 iiO 



1,639,708 



619,759| 24,268 491 236,418; 557,837 



59,736 .J6 
22,136 38 



i STATISTICAL AND FINANCIAL STATEMENTS 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 10 
into and Exports from Canada, &c. — Continued. 



91 



Imports. 



Value. 



EXPORT; 



Value 



1899. 


1900. 


1901. 


« 


f 


$ 


86,288 


105,169 


77,280 


310 
12,767 


52,571 
10,459 


6.5, .301 
11,709 


81,283 


362,463 


206,975 


281,175 


327,180 


442,481 


78,036 


95,959 


79,605 


765,777 


1,196,593 


615,136 


953,423 


963,153 


758,110 


2.S0,828 


377,116 


.347,577 



1902. 



94,069 



308 
5,796 



419,543 



1.52,388 



1903. i 1899. ! 1900. 1901. 1902. 1903. 



87,232 



5,8821 



380,034! 



92, 154 1 100,9.571 



1,523,792 

5,696 

17,053 



1,415,4471 

I 

24,699! 

7,803! 



1,214,045 
619,759 



1,639,930 

5.57,874 



' •¥ 



6.5,0.56 



iio 

11 



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ARTICLES. 



Metals and minerals and manu- 
factures of, N.E.S.— CoH. 
Iron and manufactures of, steel 
and manufactures of, or both 
combined — Con. 
Iron or steel scrap, wrought, 
being waste or refuse, in- 
cluding punchings, cuttings 
and clippings of iron or 
steel plates or sheets, hav- 
ing been in actual use : crop 
ends of tin plate bars, 
blooms and rails, the same 
not having been in actual 



•2 



10: 
11! 



12 



13 
14 



15 



16 1 
17 



Cwt. 



Tons. 



Iron or steel plates rolled, 
not less than 30 in. in width 
and not less than \ in. in 
thickness, N.O.T 

Iron or steel plates or sheets 
rolled, sheared or unshear- 
ed, and skelp iron or steel 
sheared or rolled in grooves, 
X.E.S . 

Iron or steel beams, sheets, 
jjlates, angles, knees and 
cable chains for wood or 
iron, steel or ccmposite 
ships or vessels 

Iron in pigs, kentledge and 
cast scrap iron ... 

Iron charcoal 

Iron, chromic (exports) 

Iron ore (exports) 

Iron or steel masts for ships 
or parts thereof. Cwt. 

Locks of all kinds 

Locomotive and ear wheel 
tires of steel in the rough.. Cwt. 

Machines and machinery, 
&c. (exi)orts) 

Charcoal making machinery 

Mining, smelting and reduc- 
ing machinery, viz. : Coal 
cutting machines (except 
percussion coal cutters) coal 
heading machines, coal , 
augers and rotary coal 
drills, &c. (ride item 555, 
schedule B of Customs 
tariff, Act (JO-til Vict., 
chap. IC, 1897).. 

Machinery and structural iron 
for beet root sugar factories 

Grain crushers No. 

Ore crushers and rock crush- 
ers, stamp mills, Cornish 
and belted rolls, rock drills, 
nir compressors, cranes, 
derricks and percussion 
coal cutters 



Entered for Home Consumption. 



1902. 



C2uantity . 



Value. 



720,925 



390,008 



216,030 



519,398 



571,291 



333,892 



35,735! 70,707 



43,026 
38 



29 
36,388 



624,035 
726 



380 
146,889 

79,045 



Duty. 



$ cts. 



30,76'> 07 



50,457 29 



68,105 78 



97,634 35 
95 00 



43,280 10 



1903. 



Quantity . 



861,559 



427,174 



210,950 



119,009 

98,932 

882 



Value. 



Duty. 



$ cts. 



668,971 



573,484 



33,142 60 



44,811 26 



303,311 58,641 



179,2.341 



1,433,066' 196,846 97 
16,352 2,205 00 



46,046 



25 
195,091 

109,785 



848,155 



34,070 



43 



655,781 
1,619 404 75 24 



52,527 12,802 921 



.57,892 30 



985,847, 



605,041 

896 218 50 



()1,490 15,267 86 



i STATISTICAL AND FINANCIAL STATEMENTS 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 10 
into and Exports from Canada, &c. — Continued. 



93 



Imports. 



Exports 



Value. 



1899. 1900. 1901. 



^ i $ 



292,243 



221,852 



102,547 



635,172 



386,556 



1G0,873 



57,421 123,214 

465,387 990,810 
19,123 38,736 



l,119i 12 

128,552 



129,998 
49,134 



81,312 



1902. 



239,470 519,398 



290,960 571,291 



122,280 



292,958 

586,983 
7,121 



52 
127,378 

70,116 



298,010 721,942 



961 



343 



1,534,6.59 



482 



3.3,780 35,745 82,513 56,112 62,725 



3.33,872 



70,707 

786,433 
1,086 



380 
146,912 

79,045 



1903. 



Value. 



1899. 1900. 



668,971 



573, 88i 



303,311 



179,234 

1,291,716 
16,352 



25 
195,101 

109,785 
' '.34,070 



843,905 

655,781 
1,619 



980,145 

605,041 
896 



1901. 



1902. 



1903. 



91,721 



18,897 
4,968 



417,696 



423,755 



18,020 
7,689 



668,689 



271,734 1,350,457 



16,609 16,944 
153,957 1,303,901 



659,299 5(50,449 



397,793 5 

I 6 

3,683 7 
733,230> 8 



9 
10 



111 



603,477 12 
13 



14 



15 
16 



17 



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ARTICLES. 



Entered for Home Consumption. 



1902. 



Quantity. Value. Duty. 



11 



Metals and minerals and manu- 
factures of, X.E.S. — Co/i. 
Iron and manufactures of, steel 

and manufactures of. or both 

combined — Con. 
Machinery, &c. — Con. 

Wind mills 

Portable machines — 

Fanning mills 

Fodder or feed cutters. . . . 

Horse powers 

Portable engines . . 

Portable .saw and planing 

mills 

Threshers and separators. . 
Portable machines, other. . 
Parts of alx)\e articles ... 

Lithogra]jhic presses and 
typemaking accessories 
therefor 

Printing presses, printing, 
folding, bookbinding, book- 
binders, ruling, embossing 
and paper cutting ma- 
chines 

Parts of above articles 

Sewing machine attachments 

Sewing machines and parts 
of 

Slot machines 

Machines, tyj^ewriting 

All other machinery com- 
jxjsed wholl.y or in part of 
iron or steel, N.O.P 



20 
21 



221 
23 



No. 



1903. 



Quantity. Value 



483 

271 
16 
62 

271 



678 

889! 



20,373 

4,555 

60 

6,590 

261,188 

5,163 

147,634 

49,691 

122,647 



4.537 



$ cts. 



5,093 25 

1,138 75 

15 00 

1,647 50 

65,297 00. 

1,290 75 
36,908 50 
12,220 00 
30,661 75 



J 53 70 



629 

125 
18 
60 

554 



Dutv. 



No. 



765; 



20l;093 20,063 06 
56,521 5,645 41 
41,969 



No. . 12, 819 1 246,400 73,589 40 
M : 448 8,030 2,007 50 

,. i 2,402 129,949; 32,487 25 




38,146 

1,850 

4«9 

6,197 

.542,315 



* cts. 



9,536 50 

462 50 

122 25 

1,549 25 

135,578 75 



15 3,602 900 59 

802: 312,971 78,242 75 

992 34,069 8,4.56 84 

85,871 : 21,467 75 



984 



98 40 



313,590j 31,183 54 
48,265 



15,076 333,986 99,586 60 

958; 14,150' 3,537 50 

3,038 174,975 43,743 75 



3,468,923 



Total machines and machinery. I 6,333,405 



841,987 35 , 4,247,682; 1,039,037 97 



1,143,713 84 



7,846,486 



1,489,591 21 



Malleable iron castings and 
iron or steel castings, N.E.S. Cw 

Manufactured articles of iron 
or steel or brass which at the 
time of tVieir importation are 
of a cli\ss or kind not manu- 
factured in Canada, when 
imported for use in the con- 
struction of iron or steel 
ships or vessels 

Nails, spikes, composition and 
sheathing nails Lbs. 

Nails and sjiikes, wrought and 
pressed, trunk clout, coopers, 
cigar box, Hungarian, horse- 
shoe and other nails, N.E.S. 

Nails and spikes, cut, and rail- 
way spikes " 

Nails, wire of all kinds, N.O.P. " 



1,411 



5,511 1,377 75 



123,291 



18,247 00 



44,313 



170,310 

1,457,275' 
372,591! 



168,877 
7,118i 



805 85 



9,516 2,656 30 



32,725 
12,862 



7,274 77 
2,235 35 



15,571 



209,188; 

924,461 
219,6421 



174,289] 
2,269 

11,524 

21,517 
8,174 



242 90 



3,197 90 

4,564 06 
1,317 91 



i STATISTICAL AND FINANCIAL STATEMENTS 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 10 
into and Exports from Canada, &o. — Continued. 



95 



Imports. 



Value. 



ExPOKTtS. 



Value. 



1899. 



15,-537 

518 

35 

2,655 

74,703 

15,779 
78,204 
4.5,93(i 
20, .SIS 



4,816 



1900. 



1901. 



1902. 



16,971 

2,197 

139: 

2,960! 

157, 231 1 

1,555' 

116,2771 

41,972 

42,827 



435; 



20,360 20,373 



2,184 

5,355 

1,787 

57,301 

l,087t 
41,123 
35,165 
25,8531 



1,.500 



4,555 

60 

6,137 

260,336 

.5,163 

146,271 

49,694 

122,950 



4, .537 



( 206,;«9; 217,082 285,522 200,895 

"I 47,493 87,339! 67,950| 56,191 

22,915 28,358 35,708i 41,969 



159,147 214,205 

7,811 14,202 

91,9101 109,667 



2,318,098 
3,445,025 



16,(;49 



3,461,399 
5,272,846 



17,930 



202,793 

9,116 

102,698 



3,587,190 
6,100,346 



14,444 



19,432 
2,2.56 

8,988 

16,803 
10,330 



246,179 

8,030 

130,232 



3,509,181 
6,370,170 



5.511 



1903. 1899. 



38,146 

1,850 
489 

5,7421 
543,9671 

3,602^ 

313,720; 

33,810 

85,798! 



984 



1900. 



1901. 



1902. 



1903. 



313,590i . 

48,265 

331,366 

15,050 

173.113 



20,065 17,405 



4,232,874 
7,825,243: 437,761 



19,005 



686,094 



678,304 



23,920i 30,672 

..'.'.'.'.\ "102^876 



584,369 



737,019 



27,314 
3,512 

11,265 

52,354 

19,900 



90,031 
2,734 

12,039 

47,061 ; 

22,078 



72, 988 i 



167,953 174,289 
7,10!)! 2,166 



10 



18 



;19 

20 



9,773, 

32,725 

12,862' 



11,620 

21,. 517 

8,178| 



,21 



22 
123 



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- 




ExTEItKO FOR Home CONSf.MI-TIOX. 


ARTICLES. 




1902. 




1903. 




Quantity . 


Value. 


Duty. 


Quantity. 


Value. Duty. 


Metals and minerals and manu- 




S 


•S cts. 




1 
•S * cts. 


factures of, N.E.S.— Con. 














Iron and manufactures of, steel 














and manufactures, of, or both 














combined — Coji. 














Plough plates or shaves or 














mould boards, land slides 














and other plates for agricul- 














tural imideuients, cut to 














shape from rolled plates of 














steel but not moulded. 














punched, polished or other- 














wise manufactured Cwt. 


46,721 


178,704 


8,935 20 


56,322 


225,705 


11,269 70 


Pumps, N.E.S 




187,285 


46,735 42 




227,910 


56,963 i;6 


Railway b«rs or rails of iron 














or steel of any form, punched 














or not punched, X.HS. for 














railways, which term for the 














purposes of this item shall 














include all kinds of railways. 














street railways and tramways 










1 


even although the same are 














used for private jjurposes 














only, and even alt_liough they 














are not used or intended to 














be used in connection with 














the business of common carry- 














ing of goods or passengers. . . Tons. 


8,285 


206,908 


59,137 90 


12,301 


235,fK)4 


66, .503 10 


. Railway fish-plates and tie- 














plates " 


4,094 


122,840 


28,469 39 


7,047 


210,081 


51,011 51 


Rolls of chilled iron or steel . . . Cwt. 


2,126 


7,591 


2,277 30 


2,450 


!),429 


2,828 70 


Rolled iron or steel angles, tees. 














beams, channels, girders and 














other rolled shajjes or sec- 














tions weighing less than 3o 














lbs. per lineal yard, not punch- 














ed, drilled or further manu- 














factured than rolled, N.O.P. M 


250,540 


356,237 


76,562 67 


289,132 


380,993 


84.177 15 


Rolled iron or steel angles, tees, 














beams, channels, joists, gird- 














ers, zees, stars or rolled shaj les. 














or trough bridge, building or 














structiiral or rolled sections, 














or shapes, not jiunched, drill- 














ed or further manufactured 














than rolled. N.E.S., and flat 














eye bar blanks not punched 














or drilled " 


560,233 


789,644 


74,213 09 


733,653 


947,588 87,219 49 


Safes, and doors for. and vaults 
Scales, balances and weighing 




21,330 


6,357 00 




58,716 


17,601 00 












beams and strength-testing 


















102,692 


30,697 10 




118,997 


35,471 10 


Malleable iron or steel castings, 














in the rough, for the manu- 














facture of scissors and hand 














shears when imported by 














manufacturers of scissors and 














hand shears to be used_ in 














making such articles in their 














own factories C wt . 




2,394 




512 


7,138 






i STATISTICAL AND FINANCIAL STATEMENTS 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 10 
irA.o anu Exports from Canada, &c. — Continued. 



97 



Imports. 



Value. 



1899. 


1900. 


1901. 


« 


$ 


$ 


133,764 
113,982 


126,233 
170,921 


116,569 
180,164 


86,614 


138,494 


142,590 


131,141 

7,247 


226,380 
6,703 


165,960 
10,178 


113,996 


183,214 


199,192 


251,205 
19,236 


877,404 
14,369 


460,548 
13,563 


76,350 


88,943 


95,707 



1902. 



178,704 
187,726 



206,908 

122,840 
7,591 



357,037 



789,905 
21,315 



103,592 



1903. 



22.5,705 
228,404 



233,904 

210,085 
9,429 



380,993 



948,084 
58,716 



118,317 



10— i— 7 



2,394 7,138, 



Exports. 



1899. 



Value. 



1900. 



1901. 



1902. ; 1903. 



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ARTICLES. 



Metals and minerals and manu- 
factures of, N.E.S.—C'o/i. 
Iron and manufactures of, steel 
and manufactures of, or both 
combined — Con. 

Scrap-iron and scrap-steel, old 
and tit only to be remanu- 
factured, being part of or 
recovered from any vessel 
wrecked in waters subject to 
the jurisdiction of Canada. . . Cwt. 

Screws, iron and steel, com- 
monly called ' wood screws,' 
N.E.S Gross 

Skelp iron or steel, sheared or 
rolled in grooves, imported 
by manufacturers of wi-ought 
iron or steel pipe for use only 
in the manufacture of wrought 
iron or steel pipe Cwt. 

Skates, of all kinds, or parts 
thereof Prs. 

Steel rails weighing not less 
than 45 lbs. per lineal yard, 
for use only in the tracks of 
railways which are employed 
in the common carrying of 
goods and passengers and are 
operated by steam motive 
power only Cwt. 

Steel, valued at 2| cts. per lb. 
and upwards, for manufacture 
of skates " 

Steel for saws and straw cutters 
cut to shape but not further 
manufactured " 

Steel, crucible sheet, 11 to 16 
gauge, 2| to 18 inches wide, 
imported" by manufacturers 
of mower and reaper knives 
for tlie manufacture of such 
knives in their own factories « 

Steel plate, universal mill or 
rolled edge bridge plates ^ 
imported by manufacturers * 
of bridges " 

Steel, under ^ inch in diameter, 
or under ^ inch square, im- 
ported by the manufacturers 
of cutlery, or of knobs, or of 
locks, for use exclusively in 
tlie manufacture of such arti- 
cles in their own factories. . . n 

Steel for the manufacture of 
cutlery when imported by 
manufacturers of cutlery to 
be used in their own factories 
in the manufacture of such 
articles, O.C " 



Entered for Home Consumption. 



1902. 



Quantity. Vakie. 



2,088j 1,511 

14,124 



323,915 
50,896 



2,447,356 

2,058 

13,365 

6,886 
71,861 



496,1.30 
19,105 



Duty. 



$ cts. 



1903. 



Quantity. 1 Value. 



4,905 01 



24,748 44 
6,686 75 



2,746,222 

9,921 

111,261 

30,360 
101,682 



4,020» 8,783 



757 2,030 



10,128 68 



747 
101,871 



357,638 
93,657 



3,672,060 

1,644 

14,939 

11,063 
149,379 

2, .513 



1,431 

18, .573 



572,299 
3.5,163 



4,256,064 

8,7.50 

133,723 

48,178 
208,018 



Duty. 



Z cts. 



6,460 18 



26,645 39 
12,307 05 



20,463 97 



7,314 



1,444 5,252| 



i STATISTICAL AND FINANCIAL STATEMENTS 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 10 
into and Exports from Canada, &c. — Continued. 



Imports. 



Value. 



1899. 


■ 
1900. 


1901. 


1902. 


S 


$ 


s 


1 


3,049 


3,497 


2,607 


1,511 


17,214 


19,289 


17,319 


14,167 


223,368 


428,871 


251,524 


496,130 


54,385 


24,-323 


14,491 


18,133 


1,714,228 


2,787,866 


3,329,919 


2,746,222 


1,383 


5,810 


10,365 


9,921 


74,908 


259,676 


1.31,262 


111,261 


36,533 


46,665 


9,366 


30,360 


39,434 


127,524 


87,598 


101,682 


■ 4,571 


5,370 


4,781 


8,783 
2,030 


1 


0-i— 7| 







1903. 



1,431 

18,573 



4,256,064 

8,750 

133,723 

48,178 
208,018 

7,314 
5,252 



Exports. 



Value. 



1899. 



1900. 



1901. 



1902. 



1903. 



100 



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ARTICLES. 




1902. 




1903. 








Quantity. 


Value. Duty. 


Quantity. 


Value. 


Duty. 




Metals and minerals and manu- 




$ 


S cts. 




S 


8 cts. 




factures of, N.E.S. — Con. 
















Iron and manufactures of, steel 
















and manufactures of, or 
















both CMsmbined. — Con. 














1 


Steel, of No. 20 gauge and 
thinner, but not thinner than 
Xo. 30 gauge, to be used in 
the manufacture of corset 
steel, clock springs, and shoe 
















shanks Cwt. 


1,788 


6,643 




1,449 


4,508 




2 


Steel wire, flat, of Xo. 16 gauge 














or thinner, imported bv the 
















I manufacturers of crinoline or 
















corset wire, & dress stays, &c. « 
Steel of Xo. 12 gauge and thin- 


5,3.51 


19,138 




1,713 


11,798 




3 






ner but not thinner than Xo. 
















30 gauge, imported by manu- 
















facturers of buckle clasps. 
















bed-fasts, furniture casters 
















and ice creepers n 


825 


2,614 




1,154 


4,019 




4 


Steel, flat, springs, steel billets 
and steel axle-bars imported 
by manufacturers of carriage 
springs and carriage axles for 
\ise exclusivel}' in the n.anu- 
facture of springs and axles 
for carriages or vehicles other 
















than railway or tramway u 


73,024 


119,309 




85,027 


152,745 




5 


Steel, spiral springs, for spiral 
springs for railways imix>rted 
by the manufacturers of rail- 
way springs for use exclu- 
sively in the manufacture of 
















railway spiral springs « 

Steel springs for the manufac- 


34,047 


61,671 




52,056 


103,127 




6 


. 












ture of surgical trusses im- 
















ported by manufacturers for 
















use in their factories i 


245 


3,923 




2ti 


1,628 




7 


Steel for the manufacture of 














bicycle chains imjx)rted by 
















manufacturers for use in their 
















factories.. . . m 


207 


1,060 




71 


307 




8 


Steel for use in the construc- 
tion of international bridges, 
o.c 














9 


Steel in bars, bands, hoops, 
scroll or strips, sheets, or 
plates of any size, thickness 
or width when of greater 
value than 2i cts. per lb., 
















N.O.P Cwt. 


13.5,490 


594,766 


28,171 69 


119,706 


601,462 


27,933 01 


10 


Steel, chrome steel. ... m 


4,217 


35,218 


5,282 70 


3,069 


22,563 


3,384 45 


11 


Steel for the manufacture of 
files, augers, auger bits, ham- 
mers, axes, hatchets, scythes, 
reaping hooks, hoes, hand- 
rakes, hay or straw knives, 
wind mills and agricultural 
or harvesting forks imported, 
















&c ■• 


06,114 


153,114 




98,087 


217,033 


... 



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SESSIONAL PAPER No. 10 
into and Exports from Canada, &c. — Continued. 



101 



Imports. 



Value. 



1899. 1900. 1901. 1902. 1903, 



7,997 



12,385 



1,995 



60,017 



7,177 



17,54< 



4,609 



108,644 



32,458 57,914 



979 

3,450 
53,415 



272,386 
16,741 



S9,330 



9.739 6,643 



13,822 



1,433 



1,561 

4,459 
63,292 



858,296 
17,374 



149,788 



72,190 

30,251 

1,264 

1,640 
196,489 



414,963 
11,549 



19,138 



2,614 



119,309 



61,671 



3,923 



4,508 



11,798 



4,019 



152,745 



103,127 



1,628 



EXPORTK. 



Value. 



1899. 1900. i 1901. 1902. 1903 



1,060, 307 



595,299 
35,218 



601,479 
22,563 



138,816 153,114 217,033 i H 



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ARTICLES. 



12 



13 



Metals and minerals and manu- 
factures of, N.E.S. — Con. 
Iron and manufactures of, steel 
and manufactures of, or 
both combined. — Co7i, 
Steel of No. 24 and 17 gauge, 
in sheets 63 inches long, and 
from 18 inches to 32 inches 
wide, imported by the manu- 
facturer.* of tubular bow 
sockets for use in the manu- 
facture of such articles in 

their own factories Cwt. 

Steel, manufactures of : — 
Pen knives, jack knives and 

pocket knives of all kinds 

Table cutlery, all kinds,N.O.P 

All other cutlery, N.E.S 

Bayonets, swords, fencing 

foils and masks 

Guns, rifles, including air 
guns and air rifles (not 
being toys), muskets, can- 
nons, pistols, revolvers, or 

other firearms 

Needles, of any material or 

kind, N.O.P 

Surgical and dental instru- 
ments and surgical needles 

Knife blades, or blanks, and 
forks of iron or steel, in the 
rough, not handled, filed, 
ground or otherwise manu- 
factured , 

Steel, manufactures of, N.E.S. 

(exports) 

Stoves of all kinds and parts 

thereof 

Sad or smoothing, hatters' and 
tailors' irons, plated wholly 

or in part or not 

Swedish rolled iron and Swe- 
dish rolled steel nail rods 
under half an inch in diameter 
for the manufacture of horse- 
shoe' nails Cwt. 

Tacks, shoe ... . . Lbs. 

Tools and implements : — 
Adzes, cleavers, hatchets, 
wedges, sledges, hammers, 
crowbars, cant dogs and 
track tools ; picks, mat- 
tocks and eyes or poles for 

the same . 

Axes Doz. 

Files and rasps. N.E.S 

Saws 

Tools, hand or machine, of 
all kinds, N.O.P 



Entered for Home Consumption. 



1902. 



Quantity. 



2,258 



Value. 



Duty. 



7,483 



107,109 
214,076 
206,502 

2,710 



257,135 

58,553 

123,599 

452 



13,900 
51,815 



10,379 



172,791 
10,215 



27,300 

3,882 



29,041 

50.148 

93,668 

120,323 

603,190 



cts. 



1903. 



Quantity. 



Value. 



Duty. 



1,117 



27,077 60 
47,323 90 
54,780 40 

749 60 



75,000 40 
14,541 40 



31 88 



43,169 93 
2,541 26 



4,095 00 

1,.358 47 



8,548 60 
12,535 84! 
27,122 70 
35,732 70; 

177,495 7ol 



3,441 



168,397 
244,276 
207.379 

1,122 



42,578 60 

53,413 80 

55,265 6a 

331 60 



346,614 100,948 70 

66,887: 16,827 20 

154,825 



828 




7,892 



270,783 
10,471 



22,170 
2,511 



50,062 
42,201 

84,188 
170,859 

793,763 



69 50 



67,645 34 
2,606 35 



3,321 50 

864 83 



14,468 10 
10,565 25 
21,237 00 
.51,040 00 

233,394 2a 



i STATISTICAL AND FINANCIAL STATEMENTS 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 10 
into and Exports from Canada, &c. — Continued. 



103 



Imports. 



Vah 



1899. 



2,004 



119,529 
178,511 
129,097 

1,811 



127,288 
47,899 
86,779 

1,720 



120,944 
9,839 



39,383 
4,t)02 



25,503 
41,556 

76,817 
77,726 

478,934 



1900. 



4,311 



122,325 
137,811 
158, ,322 

2,780 



140,336 

52,238 

103,740 

2,348 



1901. 



4,764 



89,219 
196,906 
197,374 

1,772 



177,309 

52,742 

127,012 

882 



1902. 



7,483 



107,106 
214,959 
207,446 

2,716 



256,969 

58,581 

123,599 

452 



129,864 
9,608 



43,199 
4,970 



54,396 

39,964 

101,903 

95,715 

535,450 



128,776 173,003 
10,050 10,225 



38,375 
5,533 



21,013 
29,928 
83,568 
90,577 

525,118 



1903. 



27,300 

3,882 



28,996 

50,135 

93,708 

120,338 

605,471 



.3,441 



168,397 
243. .550 

207,877 

1,122 



349,393 

66,780 

154,825 

828 



270,8.54 
10,601 



22,170 
2, .511 



50,062 

42,311 

84,188 

170,926 

793,7161 



Exports. 



Value. 



1899. 



119,097 
4,253 



1900. 



134,042 
3,594 



1901. 



607,426 
8,i 



1902. 1903. 



729,729 
7,753 



2,399,85210 
9,314 11 



12 



13 
14 



15 
16 
17 
18 

19 



104 



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ARTICLES. 


Entered for Home Consumption. 




1902. 






1903. 




Quantity. 


Value. 


Duty. 


Quantity. 


Value. 


Duty. 


Metals and mineral.s and manu- 
factuies of, N.E.S. — Con. 
Iron and manufactures of, steel 
and manufactures of, or 
both combined — Con. 
Tools and machinery, all 
kinds, not manufactured in 
Canada up to the required 
standard, necessary for any 
factory to be established in 
Canada for the manufac- 
ture of lifles for the Gov- 
ernment of Canada 




s 


S cts. 


41,561 

3,019,120 
147,974 

123,174 

2,070,738 

2,892,150 
205,246 


$ 

1.54,402 

132,725 

361,604 
14,313 

8,059 

297,782 

129,965 
37,479 

15,932 

62,642 

141,565 
3,512 


$ cts. 


Tubing, rolled iron tubes not 
welded or joined, under 1|- 
inch in diameter, angle iron 
9 and 10 gauge, not over U- 
inch wide, iron tubing lac- 
quered or brass covered, 
not over li-inch diameter, 
all of wlTich are cut to 
lengths for the manufac- 
ture of bedsteads , Cwt. 


. 29,023 


96,309 

324,042 
16,550 

8,475 

107,395 

281,140 
24,309 

23,827 

28,714 

101,147 


1.5,541 26 
1,649 33 

837 10 

31,002 07 

38, .385 75 
7,157 90 

5,779 77 

9,740 10 




Tubes for boilers of wrought 
iron or steel, including flues 
and corrugated tubes for 
marine boilers Feet. 

Tubes, seamless steel, for 
bicycles n 

Tubes of rolled steel, seam- 
less not joined or welded, 
not more than 1^-inch in 
diameter n 

Tubing, wrought iron or steel, 
plain or galvanized, thread- 
ed and coupled or not, 2 
inches or less in diameter, 
N.E.S „ 

Tubing, wrought - iron or 
steel, plain or galvanized, 
threaded and coupled or 
not, over 2 inches in dia- 
meter, N.E.S 11 

Other iron or steel tubes or 
pipes, N.O.P .. . . ,, 

Ware — Galvanized sheet iron 
or of galvanized sheet steel, 
manufactures of, N.O.P 


16,750 94 
1,408 17 

805 90 




41,807 95 




39,074 75 




11,128 40 
3,585 90 




Ware — Agate, granite or 
enamelled iron or steel 
hollow ware 




- 


21,515 72 

41,457 70 
1,053 60 


Ware— Enamelled iron or 
steel ware, N.E.S.; iron or 
steel hollow ware, plain 
black tinned or coated ; 
and nickel and aluminum 
kitchen or household hol- 
low ware, N.E.S 

Wire bale tie.« Bdls. of 250 


. 


1 

I 

30,108 40 

2,953 



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SESSIONAL PAPER No. 10 
into and Exports from Canada, &c. — Continued. 



105 





Imports. 






Exports. 




Value. 








Value. 


1899. 


1900. 


1901. 


1902. 


1903. 


1899. 


i 
1900. ] 1901 . 


1902. 


1903. 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 
154,402 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


s 


39,429 


84,555 


57,659 


90,309 


132,725 












185,564 


392,876 


231,209 


324,042 


361,545 












58,770 


46,386 


32,843 


16,722 


14,313 












11,482 


23,871 


3,559 


8,475 


8,059 












257,011 


299,199 


83,404 


108,088 


304,323 










296,522 


266,342 
43,688 


2.33,341 
35,462 


287,832 
24,273 


130,278 
37,391 










25,476 











28,0.59 


42,968 
25,502 


44,815 
23,109 


23,735 
28,763 


16,065 
03,203 










25,918 










78,926 


103,670 


59,133 


101,373 


145,656 
3,.512 





















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ARTICLES. 




Entered fok Home Consumption. 







1902. 




1903. 


Quantity. 


Value. , Duty. 

1 


Quantity. 


V^alue. Duty. 


Metals and inine-als and manu- 
factures of, X.E.S.— CoTi. 
Iron and manufactures of, steel 
and manufactures of, or 
both combined — Con. 
Wire fencing, woven buck- 
thorn strip, and wire fenc- 
ing of iron or steel, X.E.S. Lbs. 
Wire, steel strip and flat 
steel, imported by manu- 
facturers of plain strip 
fencing for use in their 
own factories in the manu- 
facture thereof Cwt. 


385,670 

7,900 
329,391 

2,269,407 

297,084 
70,510 

16,122 
1,166,422 

710,944 


S 

1.3,825 

10,554 
826,846 

315,706 

.548,185 
190,422 

130,565 

88,377 

31,713 
10,660 
32,949 

11,561 
1.434,062 


8 cts. 
1,8.35 45 


640,141 

48 
305,034 

1,796,435 

315,440 
95,.389 

20,559 
2,080,722 

973,387 


S 

19,608 

130 
702,809 


>5 cts. 
2,796 75 


Wire, barbed fencing of iron 
or steel n 

Wire, single or several, cov- 
ered with cotton, linen, silk 
or other material, N.E.S . Lbs. 

Wire, iron or steel galvanized, 
No.s. 9, 12 and 13 gauge. . . Cwt. 

Wire of all kinds, N.O.P 

Wire rope, stranded or twist- 
ed wire, clothes lines, pic- 
tiire or other twist«d wire 
and wire cables, N.E.S > 

Wire crucible cast steel Lbs. 

Wire cloth, or wove wire and 
netting of iron or steel .. 

Wire screen;?, doors and win- 
dows 




93,202 30 
36, 996 '74 

26,749 02 


274,683 80,419 90 

667,2.57 

2.32,054 45,198 09 

1.52,371' 30,231 78 
102,156 


7,670 40 
3,111 60 


47,926 

6,825 

30,444 

14,252 

1,893,777 


11,1.30 70 
1,961 60 


Wire rigging for ships and 
vessels Cwt. 

Wire, steel, Bessemer soft 
drawn spring, of Nos. 10, 
12 and 13 gauge, respect- 
1 vel}-, and homo steel spring 
wire of Nos. 11 and 12 
gauge, respecti\'el}', im- 
ported by manufacturers 
of wiie mattresses, to be 
used in their own factories. n 

All other manufactures, arti- 
cles or ^^■ares not specially 
enumerated or pro\aded 
for, composed wholly or in 
part of iron or steel, and" 
whether partly or wholly 
manufactured 


11,152 
4,015 


6,645 
4,330 






425,022 50 
4,799,185 40 


569.418 50 


Total iron and steel and mfrs of 

Lead and manufactures of : — 

Old, scrap, i)ig and blocks. . . Cwt. 

Bars and sheets n 

Pil>e Lbs. 

Shot and bullets •< 

Tea lead „ 

Nitrate and acetate of, not 
■ ground „ 








33,277,102 


42,290,969 

07,821 

.35,39P 

6,429 

1,197 

72,978 

15,798 


6,239,267 51 


122,279 

18,596 

195,981 

88,212 

1,282,592 

311,831 






104,672 

49,261 

8,018 

.3,760 

59,947 

13,765 


12,(i89 49 

8,648 68 

2,231 25 

912 12 


98,.53C 

11,535 

151,832 

23,932 

1,819,191 

362,400 


8,422 30 

(>,493 00 

1,896 10 

389 79 








i STATISTICAL AND FINANCIAL STATEMENTS 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 10 
into and Exports from Canada, &c. — Continued. 



107 



Imports. 


Exports. 


Value. 


Value. 


1899. 


1900. 

$ 

82,875 

6,342 
475,667 

469,462 

329,841 
192,745 

78,901 
51,239 

28,914 

8,287 
22,752 

12,817 
1,495,435 


1901. 

$ 

67,543 

299 
316,664 

355,910 

324,882 
100,856 

120,291 

82,063 

32,032 
11,426 
27,333 

13,021 
1,345,924 


1902. 

$ 

13,825 

10, .554 

826,846 

314,766 

548,185 
190,423 

131,951 

88,377 

31,751 
10,660 
32,949 

11,561 

1,440,621 
33,681,625 

102,351 

47,009 

8,182 

3,760 

59,947 

13,765 


1903. 

$ 

19,608 

130 

702,809 

273,37? 

607,257 
251,618 

153,735 
102,156 

47,956 

6,825 

30,444 

14,2.52 

1,895,749 
42,156,215 

66,756 

33,599 

6, .581 

2,833 

72,978 

15,798 


1899. 

S 


1900. 


1901. 


li)02. I 19,03. 


23,726 


$ 


.? 


S 


22,051 








316,286 




i 






304,585 
204,675 










154,872 


' 










68,766 








36,613 










18,268 












4,897 
14,770 












7,909 


2,817,159 










933,129 







19,848,433 


29,649,178 


27,107,419 


3,462,508 


3,717,537 


6,027,454 


6,849,149 


284,795 


203,428 96.075 








38,072 
8,008 


57,748 
8,824 
4,289 

43,615 

15,445 


72,115 

11,984 

2,535 

41,776 

11,073 









. . . _ . 




2,141 












46,312 












12,962 












12 



IS 



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ARTICLES. 



EXTERKD FOR HOIE CONSUMPTION. 



1902. 



Quantity . Value. 



Duty. 



MetalK and minerals and manu- 
factures of — Con. 
Lead and manufactures of— Con. 

Lead ore (exixjrts) 

Manufactures ot, X.O.P . . 



26 
27 



$ cts. 



Total lead and manufactures of. 



Tin and manufactures of (ex- 
ports) 

Tin crystals 

Tin plate in sheets, decorated. Lbs. 

Tin, strip waste 

Tinware, plain, japanned, or 
lithographed and all manu- 
factures of tin, N.E..S 

Tin in Idcjcks, pigs or bars . . Cwt. 

Tin plates and sheets « 

Tin foil Lbs. 

Total tin and manufactures of . 



9,193 
22.600 



Zinc, manufactures of, X.O.P. ...... 

,1 in blocks, pigs and sheets 

and plates Cwt. 

.1 spelter in blocks and pigs. i. 
M seamless, drawn tubing. . Lb.s. 

Total zinc and manufacture ; of 

Miscellaneous metals and min- 
erals and manufactures of, 
N.E.S.:— 

Alumina Cwt. 

Aluminum, manufactures of, 
N.O.P 

Aluminum in ingots, blocks 
or bars, strips, sheets or 
plates Lbs. 

Antimony ore (exports) . . 

Arsenic (ex^Karts) 

Asbestus 1. 

Asbestus in any other form 
than crude, and all manufac- 
tures of 

Babbit metal 

Barytes, ground and unground . . 

Bird, parrot, squirrel and rat 
cages of wire and metal i>arbs 
thereof 

Bismuth metallic in its natural 
state Lbs. 

Black lead 

Blanketing and lapping and 
disc or mills for engraving 
coyjper rollers, imported by 
cotton manufacturers, calico 
printers and wall paper 
manufacturers 



1903. 



Quantity . 



48,295; 14,174 10' 



Value. 



53,547 



287,7181 38,655 64 



31,747 
544,149 
399,908 



3,872 

581 

62 



115,115 

598,958 

1,528,655 

46,715 



145 25 



145,630 



27,953 65 



2,293,958 



28,098 90 



25,490 
00.5,024 
369,940 



.34.871 

18,356 

80 



6,636 1,607 82 



141.560! 

80.757, 

47' 



26,64(; 

23,1.59 

445 



Dutv. 



S cts. 



15,651 00 



253,168 32,852 19 



1,563 
5^096 



123,877! 30,092 77 

728,904 

1,806,643 

46,103 



2,712,186 30,092 77 



229,000! 1,607 82] 



303.003 



10,722 
30,496 



373,589 



9,666 2,393 08 



142,827 

110,817 

88 



263,398! 2,393 08 



2,648 18 



.")2,464 12.917 38 
39,226 3,782 84 



69,473 



36,599 

14, 201 1 3,526 54 

13,930 



75.465 
62,032 



697 



4,792 1,677 20: 
4,661 961 



814 
20,46' 



1.3,192 



1,289 



5,007 

1,149 
22, .559 



31,253 



18,703 931 
6,131 741 



1,752 45 



.5,194 86 



i STATISTICAL AND FINANCIAL STATEMENTS 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 10 
into and Exports from Canada, &c. — Continued. 



109 



Imports. 



Value. 



1899. 



1900. 



34,947 
427,237 



2,574 

657 

3,216 



94,335 
300,085 
927,036 

38,401 

1,372,504 



9,266 

107,477 

29,087 

5,037 



151.46: 



5,082 



4,149 



31,780 
26,837 



4,563 

422 

21,108 



48,230 
381,579 



2,819 
2,146 
5,078 



99,921 

580,855 

1,683,788 

44,173 

2,418,780 



9,627! 

156,167 
29,416 

1,870 



1901. 



51,183 
286,741 



1902. 



2,410 
329 
110 



119,842 

697,664 

1,406,965 

49,758 



48,485 



283,499 



197,080 



5,617 



6,920 



44,748 
23,999 



3,236 

207 
21,904 



2,337,078 



6,860 

103,457 

58,283 



168,600 

171 

7,457 

8,745 



50,288 
24,684 



3,560 

828 
25,829 



6,890j 11,751 10,758 13,192 31,253 



3,87i! 

581 

62 



115, .300 
598,958 

1,. 528,65:) 
46,715 

2,294,143 



6,690 

141,500 

80,757 

47 

229,054 



1903. 



Exports. 



Value. 



1899. 



895,769 



53,716 
252, 261 ! 895,769 



1.563 



27,823 



5,096 



124,206 

728,904 

1,806,643 

46,103 



2,712,515 



9,792 

142,827 
110,817 



10,780 



30,490 



53,074 
39,226 



4,792 

814 
20,612 



263,524 

36,599 
14,6.56 

13,930 



27,823 



1900. 



688,691 



1901. 



688,691 



71,244 



71,244 



75,530 
62,032 



5,007 

1,149 
23,065 



453,176 



200 



490,909 



2,517,084 



2,517,084 



59,151 



1902. 



1903. 



889,369 



889,369 



98,247 



384,077 



384,077 



90,9.53 



59,151 98,247 



5,074 



868,873 



3,820 



2,170 
1,131^202 



90,953 



20,104 

26,736 

955,405 



700 



24 



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No. 11. — Itemized Statement showing the Values, of Imports 



Entered for Home Consumption. 



ARTICLES. 



1902. 



1903. 



(Quantity. Value. Dutj'. Quantity 



27 



Metals and minerals and manu- 
factures of — Con. 

Miscellaneous metals and min- 
erals and manufactures of, 
N.E S.— CoTi. 

Britannia metal, manufactures 
of, not plated 

Britannia metal in pigs, blocks 
and bars Cwt. 

Bronze, phosjjhor bronze, phos- 
phor tin, in blocks, b'vrs, 
sheets and wire 

Bronze statuettes or ornaments .... 

Buckles of iron or steel, bra.ss 
or copper of all kinds, N.O.P. 
(not being jewellery) , 

Cinnabar 

Composition metal for the 
manufacture of jewellery and 
filled gold watch cases 

Cryolite or krj^olite Cwt. 

Frames, clasps and fasteners 
for purses and chatelaine bags 
or reticules, not more than 
seven inches in width, im- 
]>orted by the manufacturers 
of purses and chatelaine bags 
or reticules for use in their 
factories 

Furniture springs 

Garden or lawn sprinklers 

Gas, coal or other oil and elec- 
tric light fixtures or parts 
thereof of metal, including 
lava or other tips, burners 
collars, galleries, shades and 
shade-holdei s , 

Gas meters No. 

German, Nevada and nickel 
silver, manufactures of, not 
plated , 

Silver, German silver and 
nickel silver, in ingots, blocks, 
bars, strips, sheets or plates, 
unmanufactured Lbs. 

Ingot moulds. 

Jewellers' sweepings 

Lamp sjjrings 

Lamps, side lights and head 
lights, lanterns and chande- 
liers.. .... 

Manganese ore (exports) 

Meerschaum, crude or raw. . . . Lbs. 

Metals, other than iron and 
steel, N . E . S . , manufactures 
of (exports) 

Mica, crude or cut (exports) 

f. ground (exfKDrts) 

Mines, produce of. N.E.S. (exports)., 

Mineral and bituminous sub- 
stances, N.O.P. 

Mineralogical specimens 



696 



1,484 



27,243 
9,879 



27,082 
6,525 



36,650 



4,705 
8,842 




35,777 



11,827 

9,420 

974 



S cts. 



6,537 51 



Value. Dut}-. 



157 



2,658 94 
2,272 .38 



10,596 30 



S 8 cts. 



28,563 
9,159 



470 .50 



1,382 



2,365 40 

2,813 00, 

290 601 



152,630 45,304 10 

12,528, 3,4.58 25 1 1,717 



39,433 



13,938 

27,079 

114 

1,583 



9,194 40 



158 30 



2,232 



280,016 83,699 80 



64,572' 12,687 34 
1,094 



9,642 
5,790 



35,152 



6,360 

8,872 



52,721 



20,901 4,ir6 00 
9,209 2,762 70 
8,722 2,61(i 60 



200,310 59,846 50 
15,531 4,540 55 



36,168 8,688 53 



17,111 
27,365 



1,548 



356,107 



106,489 60 



52,201 9,603 17 
5621 



i STATISTICAL AND FINANCIAL STATEMENTS 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 10 
into and Exports from Canada, &c. — Continued. 



Ill 



Imports. 






Exports. 










Value. 










Value. 






1899. 


1900. 

$ 

29,586 
10,108 

13,859 

7,916 

41,972 


1901. 

$ 

23,433 
12,248 

15,273 

7,187 

38,501 


1902. 

$ 

27,397 
9,879 

27,082 

6,927 

36,750 


1903. 

28,563 
9,159 

9,642 

5,790 

35,152 


1899. 

1 


1900. 


1901. 


1902. 


1903. 


$ 
27,732 


$ 


$ 


! 

1 
t 


14,466 
9,585 






5,202 


• 








25,825 












176 












2,260 


2,712 
2,721 

4,875 

3,690 

975 

161,152 
22,751 

21,975 

8,633 

13,809 

208 

427 

242,810 


2,455 

2,158 

5,005 
3,237 
1,308 

134,266 
12,311 

25,441 

13. .51 5 
5,713 

289 
1,805 

254,842 


4,705 
8,842 

11,827 

9,420 

974 

152,819 
12,528 

39,433 

13,938 

27,079 

114 

1,.583 

282,497 


G,300 

8,872 

20,901 
9,209 
8,722 

200,273 
1,5,531 

36,168 

17,111 
27,365 








2,120 












4,146 












2,648 












1,659 













118,323 












13,550 


. 










23,933 












8,401 












10,074 












80 




30,070 


34,969 


34,202 


40,039 


" " 45,833 


538 


1,423 
303,856 


212,055 


882 


2^521 


1^950 


6^142 


2;42i 


26 


50 


21 


30 








70,534 

148,239 


81,096 

130,332 

20 

33,684 


175,915 

140,848 

2,740 

114,997 


376,779 

242,290 

20 

196,325 


434,705 

} 327,894 

305,476 

































53,305 


24,040 


28,038 
4,721 


20,042 
1,610 


64,237 
1,094 


51,930 
562 


3,561 













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No. 11. — Itemized Statement showing the Values of Imports 



Entered for Home Consumption. 



ARTICLES. 



16 



19 



20 



21 



Metals and minerals and mfrs. of ^ Con. 
Miscellaneous nietals and min- 
erals and mfrs. of — Con. 

Nickel ^ Cwt. 

Nickel-plated ware, N.E.S 

Nickel anodes 

Nickel fine, contained in ore, 

matte or speiss (exjxjrts) 

Ores of metals, all kinds, in- 
cluding cobalt ore Cwt. 

Ores, N.E.S. (exports) 

Patterns of brass, iron or other 
metal 

Pewter, platina and metal com- 
position. N.E.S 

Pins, N.O,P 

Platinum, (exports). ... 

Platinum sheets and wire, and 
retorts, pans, condensers, 
tubing and pipe made of pla- 
tinum, imported by manufac- 
turers of sulphuric acid 

Plumbago, crude 

II manufactures of, N.E.S 

Pyrites, (exports) 

Ribs of brass, iron or steel, 
runners, rings, cops, notches, 
ferrules, mounts and sticks 
or canes in the rough or not 
further manufactured than 
cut in lengths suitable for um- 
brella, parasol or sunshade 
sticks, when imported by 
manufacturers of umbrellas, 
parasols and sunshades for 
use in their factories 

Screws of brass or other metal 
except iron or steel, N.O.P 

Silex or crystallized quartz Cwt. 

Stereotyijes, electrotypes and 
celluloids of newspaper col- 
umns in any language other 
than French and English, 
and of books, and bases, and 
matrices, and copper shells 
for the same, whether com- 
posed wholly or in part of 

metal or celluloid Sq. in. 

II II for almanacs, calen- 
dars, illustrated panij^hlets, 
newspaper, advertisements 
of engravings, and all other 
like work for connnercial, 
trade or other purposes, N. 
E.S. ; and matrices or cop- 
per shells of the same m 

II M of newspaper columns, 
and bases for the same, com- ' 
jxDsed wholly or partly of 

metal or celluloid m 

II II matrices or copper 
shells of the same « 



1902. 



1903. 



Quantity. 



36 



8,135,004 



4,388 



798,096 



243,527 



216,922 
249 



Value. 



Duty. Quantity. 



S cts. 



1,539; 

52,172 15,425 80 
13,909! 1,390 90 



727,099 



1,918 
2,048 



68,361 18,196 10 



19,357 

3,649 

15,021 



541 50 
608 30 



Value. 



Duty. 



4,502 



cts. 



13,154 

58,998 17,438 10 
13,023 1,302 30 



10,611,238 1,070,232 



364 90 
3,478 47 



95,479 



1,644! 480 80 

4,779' 1,417 30 
76,1 77 ! 19,849 20 



21,251 

2,870 287 00 
12,493 2,917 75 



5,904 2,066 40 
3,858 



2.'>,160 



8,538 

1,400 
10 



3,625 02 

542 33 
3 74 



3,514 



685,110 



352,168 



214,. 598 
222 



141,281 



7,224j 2,522 00 
2,762i 



17,649 



11,485 

1,525 
25 



6,2.52 75 

536 53 
3 29 



i STATISTICAL AND FINANCIAL STATEMENTS 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 10 
into and Exports from Canada, &c.— Continued. 



113 



Imports. 



1900. 



44 

18,843 
0,944 



Value. 



1901. 



Exports. 



Value. 



282,191 



2,059 

1,075 
45,149 



57,910 
4,437 

17,869 



64 

.S4.820 
11,965 



.598,016 



1,308 

882 
57,914 



20,263 

2,357 

11,135 



1902. 



1,539 
52,421 
13,909 



727,099 



1903. 



13,154 
59,201 
13,023 



1899. 



1,070,232 



2,053 



77,391 

4,699 

2,876 



15,340 



9,384 7,870 



1,185 

36 
10— i— 8 



19,357 

3,649 

14,984 



74,726 

5.308 
2,106 



95,479 

.5,904 
3,858 



29,775 



8,154 

1,308 
-45 



25,160 



8, .557 

1,406 
10 



1,644 



2,048- 4,779 
68,245 76,222 



21,2.51 

2,870 

12,493 



141,281 

7,224 

2,762 



17,649 



11,465 



1,.525 

25 



994,537 

....... 

47,079 



1900. 



1901. 



1,040,498; 958,365 
"is'usi " 213^180 



120 



12,749 

2,155 

27,377 



11,819 



30,054 

4,61C 

32,499 



40,109 

7,754 

54,357 



16,681 



1902. 



834,513 
123!27i 



1,911 



25,789 

1,561 

57,623 



1903. 



878,159 
160^045 



316 



17,504 

8,768 

60,458 



15 



18 



9,872 11,758 4,08? 19 



i20 

i2l 



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No. 11. — Itemized Statement showing the Values of Imports 



Entebed for Home Consumption. 



ARTICLES. 



190-2 



1903. 



Metals and minerals and mfrs.of — Con. 
Miscellaneous metals and min- 
erals and manufactures oi — Co)i. 
Tagging metal, plain, japan- 
ned or coated, in coils, not 
over li-in. wide, when im- 
ported by manufacturers of 
shoe and corset laces for use 

I in their factories Cwt 

21 Type for printing, including 
! chases and quoins and slugs 

I of all kinds 

3 Tyi>e metal .... 

i Wire of brass, zinc, iron or 
steel, screwed or twisted, or 
flattened and corrugated, for 
use in connection with nail- 
ing niachines, for the manu- 
facture C'f boots and shoes . . . Lbs. 
5 Wire of all kinds, e.xcept iron 

or steel, N.O.P « 

a Wire, twisted, &c., except iron 

or steel, N.E.S 

7 Yellow metal, in bars, bolts 

and for sheathing Cwt. 



1 Quantity. 


Value. 


Duty. 


Quantity. 


Value. 


Duty. 


i 


•S 


S cts. 




,*; 


•S cts. 


i 

289 


1,606 




17 


233 





65,644 
4,2.54 



11,466 03, 
369 9i: 



96,641 
23,898' 



.5,419 



31,340, 

16,9831 3,288 07 

120 30 00 

67,246 



75,099 
.57,536 

3,231 



Total miscellaneous metals, &c . 2,140,952 269,591 85 



83,4691 14,898 03 
8,088 678 92 



28,435 

I 
12,390 2,476 81 

384 71 34 

40,351| 



2,741,390 



Total metals, &c 41,199,.5.52 o.4(ifi,:}18 ») : 51,560,502 



324,885 39 



6,967,288 4-.' 



8 Milk, condensed Lbs. 

9 Milk food and other similar pre- 

parations 



691,041. 



5.5,669i 22,198 17, 422,911 
38,327 10,566 40 



31,167 13,671 41 



47,839 



Total milk, &c. 



93,996 32,764 57 



79,006 



10 Mineral water, natural, not in 

bottles Galls. 

1 1 Mineral, aerated waters, N.E.S 



13,180 10 



26,851 51 



3,081 



Total mineral waters, &c.'. 
12 Mosaic flooring of any material . . 



492 1 

91,379 17,880' 34; 

91,871 17,880 34'. 



10,5561 



7,183 2,043 31 



Musical instruments, viz : - 
13 Brass band instruments 

Organs, cabinet No. 

Parts of organs 

Pijte organs No. 

Pianofortes •• 

Pianos, parts of 

Piano and organ parts, viz — 
Key pins, damper springs, 
jack springs, rail springs, re- 
gulating screws, spoons, bridle 
wires, damper wires, Ipack 
check wires, dowel wires, 
(Jennan centre pins, brass 



2.33 



1 
661 



20 Other 



pins, brass brackets, &c., &c 

ther musical instruments, N.E.S. 



25,1.52 6,000 89, 

13,732 4,096 .50: 

17,867 4,411 36 

7:30 146 00 

105,3471 31,593 40 

153,499 38,371 83 



39,144 



1,242' 

106,888 20,906 57 

108,130; 20,966,57 



400 



Total musical instiuments. 



117,312 
472,783 



:i5.133 90 



119,753 88 



3 

695 



10,2381 2,904 10 



29,168' 6,938 52 

18,.533! 5,550 30 

17,132 4,237 82 

2,933 636 60 

126,931 38,050 00 

140,187 35,046 09 



60,237 

131,698 39,454 40 



526.819' 129,919 73 



i STATISTICAL AND FINANCIAL STATEMENTS 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 10 

into and Exports from Canada, &c. — Continued. 



115 



iMPORTtS. 



Exports. 



Vah 



1899. 



1900. I 1901. 



87 



70,775 
5,851 



24,170 

4,074 

387 

28,800 

1,114,954 

24,875,769 

157,626 

26,672 

184,298 



1,286 
48,451 

49,737 



14,944 

66.568 
4,026 



47,807 

4,456 

53 

32,477 



1,457.799 
36,656,885 
254,176 
43,610 
297,786 



1,126 
68,059 



3,189 



69,185 
5,142 



1,459 



1902. 



1903. 



1,606 



76,890 67,598 
7,472 4,254 



26.903 

8,4.54 

7 

38,268 

1,733,179 

34,018,892 

99,434 

48,355 

147,789 



749 
74,271 



75,020 
3,523 



-- 


-- 




20,658 


20,251 


26,164 


15,155 


16,275 


13,687 


19,164 


19,168 


18,887 


1,460 


324 


2,111 


85,216 


101,454 


101,185 


107,682 


123,935 


144,194 


112,695 


115,039 


108,903 


362,030 


396,446 


415,131 


1 


0—1—8 


L 



31,340 

16,983 

120 

67,246 



1899. 



1900. 



Value. 



1901. 1902. 



233 



81,831 
8,088 



2,146,966 
41,610,579 
52,158 
38,779 
90,937 

492 
91,694 

92,186 

6,374 



25,427 

13,787 

17,867 

730 

106,171 

154,249 



28,435 

12,390 

384 

40,351 

2,748,3221 1,852,042] 2,038,430 

51,435,769 



1903. 



23,032 
49,860 

72,892 



12,418, 755j23,150,859 

/ 



2,638,131 



38,458,085 



3,051,393; 3,248,611 



34,796,920 



1,242 
106,464 . 

107,706 

10,228 



3,436 
3,436 



3,186 
3,186 



3,769 



3,408 



39,144 
114,828 

472,203 



29,789 

18, .502 

17,132 

2,933 

127,084 

140,342 



60,237 
131,930 

517,949 



401,334 



64,358 



5,271 
470,963 



440,147 



69,285 



11,097 
517,529 



3,769 



4.58, .506 
90^695 



3,408 



31,775,907 



242,539 



242,539| 



2,905)10 
. . . 11 



2,905 



394,689 



!12 



78,914 



113 

349,684114 

115 

16 

73,234 17 
18 



6,319 



555,520 



5,250 



478,853 



. . . 19 
11,103 20 



434,021 



116 



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ARTICLES. 



1 Mustard cake 

2 Mustard, ground. ........ 

3 Mustard, French, liquid. . . 



Lbs. 

Galls. 



Total mustard . 



Oils:- 

Mineral oils — 

Coal and kerosene, crude (exports). 

Coal and kerosene, distilled, 
purified or refined ; naph- 
tha and petroleum, N.K.S. Galls. 

Crude petroleum, fuel and gas 
oils (other than naphtha, 
benzine or gasolene), when 
imported by manufacturers 
(other than oil refiners) for 
use in their factories for fuel 
purposes or for the manu- 
facture of gas . . 11 

Products of petroleum, 
N.E.S ., 

Carbolic or heavy oil " 

Illuminating oils composed 
wholly or in part of the pro- 
ducts of petroleum, coal, 
shale or lignite, costing 
more than 30 cents per 
gallon " 

Total mineral oils m 



Entkred for Home Consumption. 



1902. 



Quantity. 



Value. 



1903. 



Duty. 



2,274 

507,884 
46,710 



135 

77,840 
8,761 



86,736 



10,916,390 878,087 



.591,328 

491,106 
62,339 



7,256 



12,068,425 



Fish oil- 
Cod, N.E.S. 



.... Galls, i 



Cod-liver. 
Seal* 



52,751 

3,075 

15,302 

48,635 



$ cts, 

20 35 

14,093 19 

3,061 34 



Quantity. 



599,060 



Value. 



89,506 
8,993 



17,174 88 



98.499 



Duty. 



•S cts. 



16,287 41 
3,113 60 



19,401 01 



545,819 80, 14,479,176 1,241,726 723,945 03 



40,568 14,783 16 

52,285 24,555 28 
8,166 



2,541 



981,647 



Whale and spermaceti, N.E.S. Galls 
Other, N.E.S.* .. 



Total fish oil . 



Animals oils — 

Lard oil 

Neat's-foot 

Other animal oil, N.E.S. .. . 
Vegetable oils — 

Castor . . 

Cocoa-nut and i»alm in their 

natural state 

Cotton seed oil, crude. . . 

,, refined 

,, refined, for 

canning fish 

Cotton seed oil, for the ma- 
nufacture of liquid annat- 
to, O.C, Jan. 15, 1898.... 
* From Newfoundland. 



Galls.. 



2,531 
10,468 
22,342 



18,984 
1,409 
8,841 

17,342 



155,104 



36,674 

11,902 

1,574 

85,227 

286,915 

54,094 

1,037,780 



1,816 
4,038 
7,411 



59,841 



18,877 

8,786 

895 

44,869 

116,481 

26,603 

347,018 



13,381 



0,487 



535 83 



585,694 07 



281 80 
1,762 40 



2,143,888 

.554,668 
30,501 



4,126 



136,092 .53,597 39 

07,492] 27,733 40 
4,508 



1,725 



412 25 



17,212,3591 1,451,543 805,688 07 



80,594 

460 

6,115 

85,496 



363 20 
1,482 20 



3,889 60 



2,826 

12,738 

. 29,970 



218,199 



4,719 25 

2,196 50 

179 00 

6,334 .59 



4,892 34 
68,918 79 



35,337 

152 30 40 

6,198: 1,22<' 47 

32,6001 



1,950 
6,080 
9,504 



91,821 



390 00 



1,900 80 



3,548 67 



' 6,887 

15,084 

3,818 

149,5951 

310,719 
910,549 



3,743 



12,920 



4,026 

11,492 

1,937 

52,481 

181,491 
363,469 

1,723 



6,112 



1,005 58 

2,873 00 

374 27 

7,325 18 



"2,012 60 



i STATISTICAL AND FINANCIAL STATEMENTS 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 10 
into and Exports from Canada, <tc. — Continued. 



117 



iMrOllTS. 



Value. 



Exports. 



Value. 



1899. 1900. 1901. 1902. 1903. 1899. 1900. 1901. 1902. 1903, 



1,869 

73,328 

5,891 



81,088 



116 

70,880 
6,574 



7,570 



075,393 790,948 



12,452 23,244 



5,896' 
9681 



7,588 
1,669 



4,914 5,115 

699,623; 828,564 



23,516! 

252] 

7.072 

13,299 

5,611 
300 
2351 



20,5.58 

1,402 

13,866 

17,651 

726 

4,071 

252 

2, .561 



50,285 60,987 



12,937 
3,895 
1,323 

50,413 

57,720 
14,180 

8.3,627 



15,597 
5,277 
1,695 

31,694 

80,192 
16,487 

02,288 



77-^ 



52 

82,372 
6,742 



89,166 



810,780 



27,498 

34,418 

1,488 



4,115 

^78,299 



14,059 

1,478 
13,281 
22,682 



135 

82,698 
8,822 



91,655 



930,791 



40,568 

47,245 
8,166 



3,123 



87,722 
8,808 



96, ,530 



1.278,512 



136,092 

67,486 
4,508 



1,029,893 



1,725 



1,488,323 



18,984 
1,321 
8,653 

17,342 



1,625 1,816 

632 4,038 

3,462( 7,411 



57.819 



13,411 

7,940 

951 

25,828 

138,131 

38,305 

211,489 



59,565 



18,891 

8,786 

895 

45,767 

116,481 

26,603 

348,735 



l,224l 



6,487 



35, .337 

152 

5,628 

32,600 



46 32 1 1,286 

1,856 2,628 1,801 



1,902 
41,845 



1,950 
6,080 
9,504 



91,2.51 



4,026 

11,492 

1,937 

52,743 

181,491 
366,048 

1,723 

6,112 



993 
4,121 

46,959 
880 



2.660 



50,333 



759 

15 
51,107 



36 



3,087 



42,370 



5,817 

120 

1,371 



49,678 



713 



972 
580 



1,552 



.55,721 



4,963 
20,714 



81,398 



4,492 
118 



1,488 
980 



2,468 



35,498 



7,136 
11,380 



54,014 



26 



118 



TRADE AND COMMERCE j 

3-4 EDWARD VII., A. 1904 
No. 11. — Itemized Statement showing the Values of Imports 



ARTICLES. 



Entered fok Home Consumption. 



1902. 



Quantity. ! Value. 



Oils -Con. 

Vegetable oils — C'm. 
Flaxseed or linseed, raw or 

boiled Galls 

Olive oil, N.E.S „ 

Olivn oil for manufacturing 

purposes <• 

Rosin oil '. 

Sesame seed oil Galls 

Vegetable oil, N.E.S ,. 

Lubricating oils, composed 
wholly or in part of petro- 
leum, costing less than 25 

cents per imperial gallon 

All other lubricating oils, 

N.E.S... 

Essential oils Lbs. 

All other oils, N.E.S „ 

Total animal, vegetable 
and lubricating oils 



Total oils 



11 Oil cake and meal, cotton seed 
j cake and meal, palm nut cake 
and meal Cv\ t. 



14 



1.5 



Oiled silk an 1 cloth, and tape or 
other textile, India-rubbered, 
flocked or coated, N.O.P Sq.yds. 

Oil cloth, enamelled, carriage, 
Hoor, shelf and table oil cloth, 
cork matting or carpets and 
linoleum 

Total oil cloth, kc m 



Optical and philosophical instru- 
ments, &c.: — 

Optical, philosophical, photo- 
graphic and mathematical in- 
struments, N . E.S 

Philosophical instruments and 
apparatus such as are not 
manufactured in Canada, im- 
ixirted for use in universities, 
colleges, schools and scienti- 
fic societies and public hospi- 
tals 

Spectacles and eye-glasses 

Spectacles and eye-glasses, 
frames, and metal parts 

thereof 

Total optical and philoso- 
phical instruments, &c. . 



18 Packages 



092,890 
32,054 

15,081 



465 
46,045 



1,213,919 
222,414 
' 6b' 857 



Duty. 



68,600 



211,610 

1,072,185 



1,283,795 



404,966 
38,274 

5.953 

15,806 

388 

32,.526 



133,726 

77,109 
93,641 
22,348 



$ cts. 



69,773 77 
7,153 62 



97 00 
6.248 08 



60,694 62 

18,854 83 
9,251 74 
4,071 15 



Quantity. 



55.5,788 
44,370 

31,241 



1903. 



Value. 



Duty. 



3,659 

87,298 



1,617,454 

252,697 

155,1.59 

73,596 



S cts. 



299, 595 • .52,532 52 
47,314' 8,064 01 

18,0tK) 

10,930 

942 235 50 
35,9121 0,979 92 



196,3361 80,780 85 

94,424 23,303 41 

104,557 10,279 97 

30,310 5,774 46 



1,394,753; 203,385 28 



2,436,241 852.968 95 



35,183 



72,194 20,334 93 



377,187 78,403 30 1,2.38,512 



1,461,0601 272,141 .S3 



3,004,424 1,081,.378 (17 



31,443 



38,879 



3,8.50 25,323 10 



449,381 98,738 23 



183,584 44,795 38 



57,697 

9,230i 2,073 80 



473,807 



562,651 



192,750 



97,030 30 



122,353 40 



47,005 34 



43,709 



294,220 
097,2.34 



8.741 801 



56,210 98 
137,931 84 



46,886 

9,196 2,757 70 



.55,674] 11,134 80 



.304,506 00,897 S4 



743,509 



140,853 50 



i STATISTICAL AISID FINA^'CIAL STATEMENTS 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 10 
into and Exports from Canada, &c. — Continued. 



119 



Imports. 



Value. 



1891). 1900. 1901. 1902. 1903. 



328,487 
25,671 

2,858 

4,739 

1,348 

20,692 



479,2771 

25,163 

I 

2,564 

8,826 

891 

1.5,.571 



82,296 124,()39 



78,434 
79,389 
27,242 

875,251 

1,625,159 



96,833 
80,667 
36,142 

1,114,575 

2,004,126 



28,0581 30,909 



64,967 

233,167 
298,1.34 

157,749 



34,953 
9,600 



44,288 
246,590 



62,408 

293,549 
355,957 

182,045 



32,543 

7,866 



45,772 
268,226 



441,048 
30,130 

4,627 

9,909 

346 

21,8.54 



136,226 

77,433 
83,719 
23,576 

1,266,147 

2,202,265 



407,101 
40,648 

5,953 

15,806 

38S 

32,996 



134,51 

95,081 
93, .591 
22,9.33 

1,421,652 

2,511,110 



29,8.36 35,183 

79,668 72,252 

344,037j 377,821 

423,705 450,073 



570,402; 66.3,896 



159,022 



34,755 
9,359 

46,861 
249,997 
699,985 



EXPORT.S. 



Value. 



1899. 1900. 1901. 1902. 1903 



184,118 



.57,697 
9,230 



43,709 
294,754 
710,918 



304,679 
46,454 

18,000 

10,939 

942 

38,234 



196,007 

111,622 

104,740 

31,160 

1,488,349 

3,067,923 



38,879 

88,547 

475,386 
.563,933 

193,144 



46,886 
9,196 



55,674 
304,900 
781,731 



13,902j 10,438 

14,782 

63,643 



10,474 
64,241 



20,77: 



21,485 
74,250 



82,835 



87,445 



59,444 



59,444 



170,395 



115,926; 



143,861 224,162 183,347 205,793 289,94511 



12 



13 



14 



17 



18 



120 



TRADE AND COMMERCE { 

3^ EDWARD VII., A. 1904 
No. 11. — Itemized Statement showing the Values of Imports 



ARTICLES. 



Entered for Home Consumption. 



1902. 



1903! 



Quantity. Value. 1 Duty. Quantity. 



IJParcels and packages, post office, 

j fl'CC 

2;Parcels and packages, post office, 

(hitiahic 

31 Parcels and packages, iX)stal 
prepaid. Duty received by 
I Customs from Post-Office De- 
partment 

4 Parcels and packages by express 

<if small value 

I Total parcels, jHjst office, &c. 

5 Paintings.drawings, photographs, 
I chromos, chromotyixjs, arto- 
I types, oleographs, pictures, en- 
gravings or prints, or proofs 

I therefrom, and similar works 
of art, N.O.P. ; blue prints and 
building plans 

6 Paintings in oil or water colours 

by artists of well-known merit, 
or copips of the old masters by 

1 such artists 

7jP.aintings in oil cr water colours, 

I the productions of Canadian 
arti?ts 



Total paintings. 



12! 

13 
14 
15 

IG 

17 

18 



19 



20 



'a:nts and colours : — 

Blanc ti\e and satin white .... 

Brocade, bronze powders and 
gold liq\iid paint 

Colours, dry, N-E.S 

Colours and paints, pulped or 
ground in oil cir other liquids, 
and all liquid, prepared or 
readv-mixed paints, N.E.S.. 

Dry white and red lead, orange 
mineral and zinc white 

Lampblack and ivory black. . . 

Litharge 

^letallic colours, viz.: oxide of 
cobalt, copper and tin.N.E.S. 

Ochres and ochrey earths, and 
raw siennas 

Oxides, fireproof, umbers, and 
burnt siennas, N.E.S 

Paints, gfround or mixed in, or 
with, either japan, varnish 
lacquers, liquid dryers, col- 
lodion, oil finish or oil varnish 

Paints and colours, and rough 
stuff and fillers, anti-corrosive 
and anti-fouling paints, com- 
monly used for ships' hulls. . 

Paris green, dry 



Lbs. 



Cwt. 
Lbs. 



340,864 
' 1,224,629 

2,307,842 

15,rj81,164| 

484,74.5 

13,002| 

42,5411 

I 

978,095[ 
1,5.52,648| 

07,443 



39.3,445 
655,085 



282 
588,765 



$ cts. 



136,818 73 



Value. 



l,108,600i 284,571 93 



1,697,647 421,390 66l 1,435,262 



269,394 51,733 32 

.536,075 
1,814 



807,283 51,733 32 



3,833 



276,862 



42,964 10, .589 26 

73,430 13,765 03i 2,279,108 



144,531 33,595 69 

603,582' 28,273 37 
22,679 
47,021 

13,401 

8,982 
24,927 

5,224 



554,770 

3,191 
877,301 



Duty. 



18,638 
80,818 



1,733 14 



2,587,897 

19,208,786 

468,681 

13,921 1 

49,157 j 

1,278,860[ 



5,349 19; 1,936,486 



1,303 33 



4,183 11 
6,633 03 



47,623 



536,465 
444,289, 



304,835 

411,199 
1,939 



717,973 



3,142 

61,380 
91,532 



168,721 

758,371 
25,670 
47,761 

20,062 

13,278 
28,965 



? cts. 

129,987 84 

639 45 
227,591 10 
3.58,218 39 



58,899 55 



58,899 55 



15,249 06 
17,293 86 



39,703 80 
35,960 82 



2, .596 81 
5,882 24 



4,303 1,058 17 



31,617 7,089 92 
48,259 3,352 30 



i STATISTICAL AND FINANCIAL STATEMENTS 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 10 
into and Exports from Canada, &c. — Continued. 



121 



Imports. 


Exports. 


Value. 


Value, 


1899. 


1900. 

* 

18,139 
484,799 


1901. 

$ 

24,024 
546,604 


1902. 

S 

282 

588,765 


1903. 

$ 


1899. 


1900. 


1901. 1902. 

1 


1903. 


13,021 
460,672 


« 


$ 


S 


$ 


554,770 

3,191 

877,301 

1,435,262 

304,190 
411,199 




















699,886 


870,968 
1,373,906 

402,556 

433,766 

5,751 
842,073 

2,691 

27,223 
55,631 

116,676 

638,869 
20,001 
29,176 

8,230 

10,238 

22,316 

5,192 

3,881 
41,713 


1,131,945 
1,702,573 

246,382 

421,287 

1,296 
668,965 

8,205 

32,680 
59,219 

131,131 

462,353 
18,437 
51,944 

6,179 

7,849 

18,924 

3,960 

15,749 
31,893 


1,108,600 
1,697,647 

270,759 

536,075 

1,814 
808,648 

3,833 

42,964 
73,173 

145,408 

603,621 
22,679 
47,021 

13,401 

8,982 
24_,898 

5,224 

19,014 

80,818 

























1,173,579 












* 










168,772 
559,531 


* 


■it 


» 


« 


13,462 


1,939; 








1 


741,765 


717,328 
3,142 














- 










2,050 








29,485 
64,129 

94,145 
511,284 


61,633 
91,083 

173,775 

759,459 
25.670 
47,761 

20,062 

13,278 

28,965 

4,178 

32,308 
48,259 












21,003 
32,518 








9,138 












10,009 
20,706 

5,269 


4,043 


7,599 


7,732 


5,706 


10,454-^ 


5,201 








21,616 













* For exj)oi't of photographs see under books. 



122 TRADE AND COMMERCE { 

3-4 EDWARD VII., A. 1904 

No, 11. — Itemized Statement showing the Values of Imports 

i 
I 

Enteked for Home Conslmption. 



ARTICLES. 



1902. 



1903. 



Quantity. Value. 



Paints and culours — Coti. 



Paints and c jlours ground in 
spirits, and all spirits var- 
nishes and lacquers Galls. 

Putty. Lbs. 

L^ltramarine blue, dry or in 
pulp .....'. .. 

Whiting or whitening, gilders, 
whiting and Paris white Cwt. 



Duty. Quantity. ' Value. 



Dutv. 



708 
155,338 

308,482 

153,982 



2,148! 
2,615 

13,G12| 

I 

42,136 



S cts. 



785 24 
518 40l 



547 
196,826 

411,955 

139,804 



Total paints and colours i 1,150,541 106,728 79 



24 



25 



Paper and manufactures cf (exports) 

Album insides, made of paper ' 

Albuminized and other papers 

and films chemically prepared 

for photographer's use 

Bags or sacks, printed or not , 

Cards for playing Packs. 394,418! 

Calendered, including writing 1 

and note pajjer, ruled i 

Card1x)ard, pas teb<jard, in sheets 

or cut to size, N. E.S 

Envelopes.. M. 30,187 

Pads not printed, jjapier mache i 

ware, X.O.P., and manufac- 
tures of paper, X.E.S i 

Hanging or wall ])aper. Rolls of 8 yds. '• 2,635,622 
Borders and bordering. . <i ■ 2-5,860 

Leather board and leatheroid j 

and manufactures of . ... 

Mill board, not straw Ijoard ; 

Paper, felt or straw board, tarred i . ...... 

Paper, not tarred I 

Printing paper, costing not 

more than 2jc. per lb Lb», 

Printing paper, X.E.S i 

Ruled, border and coated 

papers, and papeteries and 

boxed papers 

ytraw board, in sheets or rolls. Lbs 
irnion collar cloth paper, in 

rolls or sheets, not glo.ssed or 

finished 

I'nion collar cloth pajier, in 

rolls or sheets, glossed or 

tini.shed 

Window blinds of i)aper of all 

kinds 

Wrapping pa]>er Lbs. 816,901 

All kinds, N.E.S 



340 



105,333 
30,296 
39; 099 

8,571 



31,179 70 

7,.56(i 44 

23,302 50 

2,673 68 



443,430 



1,G14' 61.-) 44 
3,035 601 (57 

21,557 

39,867 



1,369,1.34 129,404 09 



98, .553 
27,531 
43,659 



42,4.31 14,629 63 

31,416 10,043 33, 38,9.56 



468,468 154,277 24 . . 

192,483 66,085 05 I 

2,509 878 15 / 



29,041 60 

6,865 18 

25,674 58 



188,32(; 
6,027,-501 



424,226 



19,8.59 4,964 75 . 

22,342 2,186 511.. 

43,456 10,8.57 67 I 

3,.393 848 25 / 



3,949 587 70^ 204,319 
.301, .552 68,215 21 6,581,.517 



40,-591 13,897 98 
35,-592; 11,.524 -53 



479,105 158,655 76 

207,233 70,709 24 

I 

18,287! 4,571 75 

28,745i 2,810 08 

86,025| 21,482 68 

4,380 657 00 

349,028 78,969 16 



53,529 
7,779 



2,717 
154 



31,298 
.532,1.52 



Total paper and manufactures of ... , 1,946,126 



28 Paraffin e wa.\ Lbs. 

2it Pearl, mother (jf, unmanufac- 
tured 

30 Pelts, raw 

31 Pencils, lead, in wood or other- 

wise 



225,885! 12,750 



16,177 
10 

105,766 



17,165 20 
1,942 00 



407 .55 



425,460 



30 80 



8,452 20 
122,951 33 



549,244 89 



131,112 

7,428 



1,921 



175 



42,548 02 
1,817 .58 

288 15 

35 00 



704,875 



3,668 10 592,642 



2,119 739 08 

3<i,934 7,613 78 

517,943 118,478 24 



2,110,.3(W .596,382 39 



26,203 47 



28,6741 8,234 00 

29,258 

216 

125, lOo! .31,002 97 



i STATISTICAL AND FINANCIAL STATEMENTS 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 10 
into and Exports from Canada, &c. — Continued. 



123 



Imports. 



Value. 



1899. 



1,543 
4,570 

TJ,500 

34,310 

879,476 

192 



1900. 



1901. 



1902. 



1,398 
5,862 

14,586 

34,575 



1,534 
.3,544 

12,029 

60,878 



1,038,258 926, .508 



7081 



2,134 
2,615 

13,612 

42,136 

1,151,533 

340 



1903. 



Exports. 



Value. 



1899. 



1,618 
3,035 

21,.557 

39,867 

1,375,650 



4,643 



78, 557 i 109,067! 112,409 105, .339 

8,396 12,979! 32,075 30,245 

26, 338 1 29,637 34,645 38,711 



11,774 11,477! 



.33,099; 
26,2611 



400,219 

( 80,024 

\ 5,815 

9,513 

19,636 

I 13,677 

I 1,727 

! 133,983 



10,128 
16.642 



2,444 



1,096 

953 

18,495 

359,517 



1,258,486 1,426,305 
4,023 S,ri29 

24 



.37,339 

28,623 



428,758 

91,272 

2,698 

6,323 
17,871 
14,809 

2,()30 

192,781 



9,546 
16,721 



2,889 



1,472^ 

414 

19,795 

388,496 



9,385! 

38,132 
27,416 



446,762 
111,757 

2,147 



8,.571 

42,429 
31,414 



471,325 

191,721 

2,509 



18,022 19,8)9 

26,228 22,342 

33,177 43,496 

758 3,393 



353,595 



17,429 
10,324 



1,920 



659 



98,553 
28,147 
42,874 



40,698 
35,632 



479,241 
217,734 



18,287 
28,598 



86,025 



( 3,949 4,380 
\ 299,570 348,825 



53,529 
7,779 



2,717 



154 



144 
162, 



80,474 98,780 



25,755 
494,921 

1,797,520 

9,639 

4! 

5,568 



34,409 
528,994 

1,942,795 

12,750 

16,177 
10 



105,165' 105,662 



1900. 



7,-599 



1901. 



1902. 



1903. 



7,732 



27,586 



31,271 



131,286 

7,428] 



1,921' 

175 

2,119 

30,871 

517,458 

2,120,252 

28.674 

29,258 
216 

125,036 



27,5861 31,271 



34,315 



8.5,162 



41,518 



5,706 



26,769 



41,518' 26,769 



38,239 



10,4.54 



10 
11 



|12 

44,088 13 

|14 



, . . . !15 
... 16 
...17 
... 18 



... 19 
. . . I20 



849,519 



21 
22 



23 



24 

125 
[26 

27 



893,607 



28 



36,850 74,523 



31 



124 



TRADE AND COMMERCE i 

3-4 EDWARD VII., A. 1904 
No. 11. — Itemized Statement showing the Values of Imports 





ARTICLES. 


. Entered for Home CoNsuMPTroN. 




1902. 


1903. 




Quantity . 


Value. 


Duty. 


Quantity . 


Value. 


Duty. 


1 


Pens, penholders and rulers of all 
kinds 

Perfumery, pomades, &c., viz. : — 

Hair oil, tooth and other pow- 
der, washes, |X)matum, pas- 
tes, and all other perfume 
preparations, N.O.P., used 
for the hair, mouth or skin . 

Perfumes and perfumed spirits, 
bay rum, cologne and laven- 
der water, hair, tooth and 
skin washes, and other toilet 
preparations containing 
spirits of any kind, in liottles 
or flasks weighing not more 
than four ounces each Galls. 

Perfumes and perfumed spirits, 
bay rum, cologne and laven- 
der waters, hair, tooth and 
skin washes, and other toilet 
preparations containing 
spirits of any kind, in bottles 
flasks or other iiackages 
weighing more than fom- 
ounces each ,. 

Pomades, French or flower 
odours, &c., imported in tins 
of not less than ten poimds 

■t .. all other. ., 

Total ])erfimies, pomades, &c . 




$ 
85,835 


$ cts. 
19,728 18 




$ 
112,216 


•S cts. 
25,986 28 


2 


3,161 

2,289 

4,286 
28 


56,829 
42,140 

36,175 

5,363 
24 


16,241 90 
21,070 00 

19,963 70 

804 45 
7 20 




75,619 
46,004 

42,289 

.5,097 
157 


21,763 60 
23,002 (JO 

23,345 20 

764 55 
47 10 


3 
4 

5 
6 


2,455 

2,679 

4,154 
113 






140,531 .58.087 25 




169,166 


68.922 45 




Photographic dryplates Sq. ft. 

Picture and photograph frames 
of any material 

Pickles and sauces — 

Pickles in bottles, jars or simi- 
lar vessels (ialls. 

Pickles, in bulk „ 

Sauces and catsups, in Ijottles. .. 

bulk 

Sov 


204,926 










7' 
8 


44,808 
75,101 


12,558 70 
21,934 80 




44,724 
84,073 


12,378 20 
24,703 30 


9 

10 
11 
12 
13 


140,696 
47,757 
55,161 
13,059 
31,825 


1,36,800 
19,281 

68,878 
.5,015 
5,625 


37,036 48| 
6,566 96 

19.146 75 
1,620 76 
l.flfiS 75 


208,056 

10.3,733 

60,992 

22,170 

34,323 


183,420 
32,296 
79,099 

7,208 


48,981 90 

10,988 19 

22,359 88 

2,306 81 

2 l.f>3 on 




Total pickles and sauces .... .. 

Plants and trees, viz. : 

Berry bushes, graiie vines, shade 

and lawn trees (exix)rts) 

Florists' stock, viz. : 

Palms, bulbs, corms, tubers, 
rhizomes, arucaria, sjiiraea 
and lilies of the vall<^y 


. ' i ' " '1 






288,498 


2.35,599 


66,339 70 


129,274, 308,177 


86,790 68 


14' 








15 




70,799 




( 
82.511 




16 


Fruit, shadf, lawn and orna- 
mental trees, shrubs and 
iilants, X.E.S 




33,470! 6,619 71 .39,046 


7,696 12 



i STATISTICAL AND FINANCIAL STATEMENTS 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 10 
into and Exports from Canada, &c. — Continued. 



125 





Imports. 




Exports. 


Value. 


Value. 




1899. 


1900. 

$ 

71,203 

- 

42,317 

47,608 

28,665 

6,210 

124,800 


1901. 
79,166 


1902. 

S 
85,944 

57,028 
43,026 

37,754 

5,363 

24 

143,195 

44,366 
74,947 

135,838 

19,207 

69,191 

4,068 

5,625 

233,929 


1903. 

$ 
112,097 

76,439 

47,566 

41,662 

5,097 
157 

170,921 

44,558 
84,624 

187,220 

32,676 

80,531 

6,9.33 

6,154 

313,514 


1899. 


1900. 


1901. 1902. 


1903. 


60,136 


$ ' 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 












42,280 


55,830 

51,098 

35,634 

6,627 
23 

149,212 

43,564 

62,865 








j 


42,080 










i 


24,785 












6,029 












154 


m::::::: 










115,328 




1 ' 


32,963 


42,012 
49,282 

129,421 

24,571 

81,411 

6,695 

3,006 

245,104 






37,225 










;;:::::::. 




. ■ ■ ■ 


103,.500 
15,011 


140,034 

18,323 

72,813 

4,961 

.5,872 

242,003 








57,754 


! 1 


4,941 











3,181 






i 






= 








184,387 












6,700 












7,501 


6,613 


6,475 


7,170 


44,008 
23,.529 


51,836 
26,886 


60,648 
27,956 


70,799 
33,470 


82,.51 1 
39,046 



125 



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3-4 EDWARD VII., A. 1904 
No. 11. — Itemized Statement showing the Values of Imports 



ARTICLKS. 



Entered for Home Consumption. 



1902 



Quantity. I Value. 



Plants and trees — Cun. 

Trees, N.E.S 

Currant bushes No. 

Gooseberry bushes n 

Grape vines ,< 

Raspberry bushes " 

Rose liushes 

Apple trees i. 

Cherry trees .i 

Peach trees « 

Pear trees m 

Plum trees 

Quince trees m 

Seeding stock for grafting, viz., 
))lum, pear, peach and other 
fruit trees 



593! 
22,628 
44,176 
44,44.0 
10,021 
94,612 

6,537 
lit, 022 

3,999 

26.204 

418 



14 



Total plants and trees 



Plaster of Paris {See under stones 
and manufactures of, N.E.S.).. 

Plates, engraved on wood, steel 
or on other metal and transfers 
taken from the same, inckiding 
engraver's plates, of steel polish- 
ed, engraved or for engraving 
thereon 

Pocket-books, and purses, re*^i- 
cules and musical instrument 
cases 

Polish or composition, knife and 
other. N.O.P 




127,719 



17 Precious stones, N.E.S., polished 

but not set, pierced or other- 
wise manufacturad, and imita- 
, tions thereof . . .■ 

18 Precious stones in the rough 

19, Diamonds unset or diamond dust, 

or bort and black diamonds for 

I borers 

20^ Diamond drills for prospecting for 
minerals, not tfi include motive 
)>ower No. 



21 



Total precious stones, &c. 



136,741 39,492 00 
58,702 12,971 32 



64,551 6,212 00 
55,691 1 



173,1361*50,786 00 
61,396 15,096 59 



102,233 8,893 33 
246,294 



r28,489 
15,130! 



863,861 6,212 00 



884,054 
36 21,858 



1,254,439 



Prizes : cups and other prizes 
won in competition 



3,271 



2,0.58 



8,893 33 



Provisions not otherwise sjie- 
cified : — 

Butter Lbs. 

Cheese >• 

Eggs Doz. 

Egg.volk 

Lard Lbs. 



6.58,906 
269,;iC5 
772,572 



1,4^5,989 



162,5:« 26,326 52! 

42,986, 8,015 51 

169,457' 23,177 16 

3,492 1 

1.5.5,638 28,719 781 



539,711 
286,822 
5.59,2.S6 



365.919 



14.5,221 
50,296 

122,590 

3,189 

41,720 



21,564 S3 

8, .507 38 

16,777 08 

7,3i6'67 



i STATISTICAL AND FINANCIAL STATEMENTS 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 10 
into and Exports from Canada, &c. — Continued. 



127 



LMI'OIiTS. 



Vahie. 



1899. 



RXP0KT8. 



Value. 



1900. 



1901. 



1902. 



.%r'95 



1,871 



6.52 
34 



353 

148 

19 

476 

356 

8 

168 

19 

77 



353 
53 
109 
294 
432 
549 

2,972 
550 

2,237 
112 

1,844 



5,468 
76,794 



5,841 
88,058 



3,9671 
102,070 ! 



],.577 
19 

551 
1,220 

593 

757 
8,503 
1,057 
1,357 

405 

2,505 

55 



4,851 
127,719 



1903. 



1899. 



1900. 



1901. 



1902. 



1,370 

81 

289 

359 

412 

2,057 

8,737 

1,476 

2,101 

391 

1,365 

G5 



5,856 
146,116 



6,700 



3,319 



75,.300 
20,273 



47,065 
25,142 



.382,724 

9,692 
464,623 

1,994 



428,022 
668,082 

75,435 
3,862 

74.315 



4,4381 



2,650, 



6,888 



78,337 94, 304 1 136,640 
27,850! 42,456 .52,659 



62.301 
91.589 



451,792 

24,252 
(J29,934 

1,261 



606, 183 

647,443 

128,405 

1,280 

52,091 



77, 553 
50,970, 



8,374 [ 

173,642; 
61,317l 



7,501 



6,613 



1903. 



6,4751 



64,551 102,23:i 
55,691 246,294 



611,978 728,4891 884,0.54; 



24,.541 
765,042, 

852' 



335,632 
610.127 
194,522 
2,55S 
167,-392 



15,130, 21,8.58 
863,861 1,254,439 



3,271 



179,479 
245,48'.i 
170,260 
.3,492 
156,648 



2,058 



141,146 

132,374 

122,960 

3,189 

40,341 



4,025,405 

17,401,436 

1,267,063 



70,425 



5,429,563 

20,483,981 

1,4.57,942 



11,599 



3,3.55,197 

21,123,251 

1,692,296 



13 



7,170 



14 



. 15 
.16 



21 



58,643: 



5,667,150 6,958,906 22 
19,870,0721 24,776,406,23 

],736,141| 1,441,25424 

I l25 

28,5601 236,294 26 



128 



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3-4 EDWARD VII., A. 1904 
Xo. 11. — Itemized Statement showing the Values of Imports 



Entered for Home Consumption. 



ARTICLES. 






1902. 






1903. 






Quantity, | 


Value. 


Duty. 


Quantity. 


Value. ' 


Duty. 








-S 


s ct.s. 




.*! 


>! ct^. 



Provisions— Con. 
Lard comiX)und and similar 

substances, cottfjleiie and 

animal stearine of all kinds, 

N.E.S_ 

Meats, viz.: — 

Bacon .... 

Hams, including shoulders 
and sides for imix>rt . 

Beef, salted in barrels 

Canned meats, canned ix)ul- 
try and game ..... 

Extracts of meats and fluid 
beef, not medicated and 
soups 

Mutton and lamb, fresh 

Pork, barrelled in brine 

Poultry and game, N.O.P 

Dried or smoked meats, and 
meats preserved in any 
other way than salted or 
pickled, N.E.S 

Other meats, fresh 

Other meats, salted, X.E.S.. 

T(ingues (exports) 



Lbs 



75,155 

|-5,322,943 
1,.542,282: 



7,415 .1,487 50 



635,831 



106,455 03 



77,554 30,845 64 



1,278,454! 154,536! 36,828 86 



Lbs. 



264,124 
6,946,8131 



55,009, 12,677 70 

12,669' .3,292 09 

561,414 138,9.36 26 

69,218 1.3,842 .53 



Lbs. 4.50,9;i0, 51,738 9,019 00 
481,272 46, .512 12,851 37 
529,616' 51,533 10,592 32 



31,764 

2,902,422 

1,381,254, 

967,039 



64,035 
5,416,131 



448,325 
276,751 
147.863 



2,823: 



6.35 11 



411,068 58,023 97 

76,6071 27,625 08 

116, 980 ' 28,775 77 

78,7781 19,169 44 



4,652 

497,592 

60,101 



1,628 20 
108,322 62 
12,016 13 



55,667 8,964 22 
31,845 8,302 .53 
1.5,039 2,9.56 78 



Total provisions 



14 Pumice and pumice stone, ground 

and unground 

15 Quills, X.E.S 

16 Quills in their natural state or 

I unplumed 

17 Rags of cotton, linen, jute and 

hemp, woollen, paper waste or 
I clippings, or waste of any kind, 
I e.xcept mineral Cwt. 

l?jRegalia and badges 

19 Rennet, raw and prepared 

20|Resin or rosin, in packages of not 
I less than 100 lbs Cwt. 

2llRibbons, X.E.S. (except silk) 

22lRibVx)n8 (.silk) 

23lRugs, railway or travelling and 
I lap dusters of all kinds 

24 'Saddle trees and stirrups of wood 
I (Mexican) 

25 Sails for Ixjats and ships 



2,257,535 463,067 27 1,714,168 330,585 31 



367,373 



132,415' 



7,254 
493 

2,:i5i 



167,902 
12,414 
68,426 

147,613 
46,238 



89 40!. 

I 



4,087 23 



241,286 



6,1.52 
1,414 



295,120 
10,1(;3 
61,4.51 



16,042 50il 



160,615 194,292 



3,500 82 



753! 738 2.58,349 30 / > 1,093,119 



.56,796, 13,9a3 19 



15,214| 

3,933' 959 76 



60,.519 

11,010 

2,908 



376,927 50 
14,461 70 

'7i8'56 



26iSalt, coar-e, N. E.S Lbs. 

27iSalt, fine, in bulk " 

28 Salt, N.E.S., in bags, V>arrels and 
! other packages " 



10,786,285 
644,372 

2,462,192 



25,427' 5,393 12 
1,014 i 322 20 



8,236,409 
2,153,317 



13,164 1,846 831 4,164,967 



21,171 
5,893 

14,721 



4,118 21 
1,076 65 

3,123 86 



i STATISTICAL AND FINANCIAL STATEMENTS 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 10 
into and Exports from. Canada, &c. — Continued. 



129 



Imports. 



Value. 



1899. 1900. 1901. 1902. 1903. 



9,646 

558,403 

85,115 

177,972 



54,455 

24,46 

429,022 

23,548 



68,960 
12,258 
32,053 



19,230 

549,996 
107,550 
220,573 



52,707 

36,537 

305,568 

30,772 



70,781 
38,564 
28,298 



2,725,615 2,895,978 



5,973 
390 

1,288 



298,561 

4,570 

54,978 

94,237 

10,864 

843,249 

41,990 

6,154 
3,380 



11,917 
3,003 



5,604 
513 



121 



306,843 

3,383 

59,704 

111,760 

17,162 

698,789 

56,969 

10,892 
1,898 



13,169 
4,514 



9,103 

726,225 
108,811 
249,150 



50,471 

21,147 

460,277 

54,277 



25,106 

45,770 
25,013 



7,415 

65(),024 
123,242 
146,253 



56,320 

12,671 

587,784 

61,073 



47,075 
46,512 
50,975 



3,08.5,5761 2,550,712 



2,823 



414, 444 1 
121,249 
110,023 



78,976 

4,652 

515,704 

6.5,351 



54,. 590 
32,158 
15,030 



Exports. 



Value. 



1899. 1900. 1901. 1902. 1903, 



9,953,952 12,471,848 



463,819 
31,443 



13,031 

73,257 

140,142 



104,718 



286,677 
228,983 



11,497,480 

285,784 

820,337 



3,035 

63,263 

211,181 



312,290 



42,009 
253 



1,855,010 33,586,953 



17,899 12,500 
10— i— 9 



5,516 
145 

5,871 



225,924 

6,214 

68,050 

125,363 

25,812 
617,816 

56,760 

9,123 
2,149 



19,826 
5,185 

8,408 



6,152 
2,351 1,414 



7,254 
493 



167,902 
12,414 

68,426 

147,613 

46,238 \ 

752,492 / 

56,961 

15,214 
4,453 



295,120 
10,168 
61,451 

194,292 
1,093,470 

60,756 

11,010 

2,908 



21,171 
5,893 



41,031,513 



31,128 



1,274 



71,138 
13 



5,712 

59,944 

143,084 



423,045 



332,580 
89,096 



39,886,449 



49,287 



200 



24,873 
1,014 



13, 192 1 14,708| 13,936 



26,716 



12,163,505 
241,485 

421,473 



15,456,286 
455,908 

218,314 



6,135 

68,896 

240,114 



882,191 



135,975 
1,791 



8,223 
134,818 
163,776 



619,911 



92, .582 
6,764 



41,463,488: 50,569,442 



47,597 



105 



.30,362 



86,006 



86,462 



25 



16 



24 
80 25 



37,765 



46,054 28 



130 



tba.de and commerce 



3-4 EDWARD VII., A. 1904 
No. 11. — ^Itemized Statement showing the Values of Imports 



ARTICLES. 



1 J Salt, imported from the United 
Kingdom or any British posses- 
sion, or imported for the use of 
the sea or gulf fisheries Lbs 

Totalsalt « 



2 Sand pai>er, glass, flint and emery 

paper and emery cl >th 

3 Sausage casings, N . E . S 

4 Sausage skins or casings, not 
cleaned • 



Entered fou Home Consumption. 



1902. 



1903. 



Quantity . Value. Duty. Quantity . Value 



238,648,737 



252,541,586 



385,629 



425,234 



64,049 
59,533 



Duty. 



S cts. 



7,562 15 



1.5,882 25 
11,089 85 



13 



21 



Seeds and bulbous roots, viz.: — 

Annato Lbs. 

Beans (seed) from Great Britain .. 

Beet and mangolds 

Can-ots <i 

Clover (exports) 

Grass (expoi-ts) 

Flax-seed Lbs. 

Garden, field and other seeds 
for agricultural or other pur- 
poses, N.O,P., when in bulk 

or in large parcels 

Garden, field and other seeds 
for agricultural or other pur- 
poses, N.O.P., when in small 

papers or parcels 

Mustard : - Lbs. 

Pease (seed) from Great Britain « 
Rape seed, sowing .... ... n 

Turnip seed " 

Other seeds, N . E . S 

Bulbous roots, N.O.P 

Mushroom spawn 

Seeds, aromatic, not edible, and 
crude, viz.: — 
Anise, anise-star, carawaj-, 
coriander, cardamon, cum- 
min fenugreek and fennel. Lbs. 

Total seeds and bulbous roots 



5,296 

4,335 

767,245 

44,974 



54,049,308 



214 

183 

.57,502 

7,971 



16,310 
238,088 
313,407 
361,016 



22 



25 



Ships and other vessels built in 
any foreign country, hull, rig- 
ging and all appurtenances ex- 
cept machinery 

Ships' boilers, steam engines and 
other machinery 

Ships and vessels, repairs on 



Total ships, &c 



Signs of any material framed or 
not, and letters of any material 
for signs or similar usf 



75,725 



1,871,333 



399,076 



6,574 
785 

7,700 
11,06 
31,706 



707 
513 



3,766 



2,399,097 



82,491 
37,951 



120,442 



$ cts. 



232,708,675 



361,185] 



247,263,368i 402,970 8,318 72 



39,854 61 



1,611 61 



141 40 



41,607 62 



8,249 10 
9,431 59 



6,29F 

3,113 

841,892 

43,924 



73,086! 
61, -557 



18,043 81 
11,423 56 



48,286,126 



50,349 
296,554 
402,000 
332,165 



72,805 



254 

175 

62,939 

6,^8 



1,376,537 



427,924 



9,706 

2,283 

9,103 

12,074 

27,688 



1,064 

487 



4,544 



42,687 08 



2,386 61 



212 80 



1,941,606 45,286 49 



17,680 69 



26,862 7,700 40 



98,964 

149, .541 
275 



248,780 



36,164 



9,896 40 

37,068 92 
68 75 



47,034 07 



10,355 70 



i STATISTICAL AND FINANCIAL STATEMENTS 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 10 
into and Exports from Canada, &c. — Continued. 



131 







I M FORTS. 






Exports. 






Value. 








Value. 






1899. 


1900. 

$ 

295,253 
325,436 

49,605 
54,593 

102 

262 

181 

27,039 

5,56 L 


1901. 

$ 

339,887 
373,306 

46,310 
54,360 


1902. 

$ 

385,629 
424,708 

64,031 
.59,533 

71 

214 
183 

57,502 
7,971 


1903. 

$ 

361,185 
402,957 

73,086 
61,5.57 

7 

254 

175 

62,939 


1899. 

$ 


1900. 


1901. 


1902. 


1903. 


267,520 


$ 


•* 


$ 


$ 




13,936 


26,716 








300,339 


30,362 


37,765 


46,054 


41,605 

45,720 








69 
























1,576 


130 
232 

27,210 
9,758 








320 
18, 0( 5 












6,667 


6,828 















715,675 

32,323 

826,843 


311,109 

49,519 

1,039,689 


549,117 

46,717 
257,377 


1,21.5,808 

88,240 

1,013,967 


881,748 

75,5.59 

581,667 










1,119,539 
381,868 


1,366,436 

525,567 

4,419 
4,522 
3,252 
5,434 
26,310 

501 

1,574 

3,247 
1,974,305 

155,206 

45,907 
57 

201,170 
19,237 


700,480 

575,719 

5,621 

2,998 

5,048 

17,404 

13,154 


1,871,333 
443,244 

6,602 
785 

7,700 
11,007 
31,706 


1,376,537 

475,322 

9,705 

2,283 

9,103 

12.074 

27,688 


6,089 












1,966 












2,941 












4,023 








24,266 














10,718 


6,643 


13,248 


19,778 


4,857 


501 


754 
388 

3,276 
1,362,172 

258,561 

70,713 
99 

329,373 

19,278 


707 
513 

3,766 
2,443,293 

82,491 
37,951 

120,442 
26,945 


1,064 

487 

4,544 
1,989,003 

98,964 

151,041 
275 

250,280 
36,225 


264 






3,735 














1,585,.559 










1,571,820 


1,406,960 


866,459 


2,337,793 


1,543,831 


54,624 

46,443 
2,505 


127,181 


205,618 


66,468 


177,333 


167,507 




127,181 










103,572 


205,618 


66,468 


177,333 


167,507 


17,450 











10— i_9i 



12 



21 



22 



25 



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10 



13 



ARTICLES. 



Entered for Home Consumption. 



1902. 



Quantity. 



Silk and manufactures of — 

Blouses and shirt waists 

Bolting cloths, not made up 

Fabrics 

Handkerchiefs 

Clothing 

Sewing and embroidery silk 
and silk twist 

Shawls , ■ 

Shirts Doz. 

Silk for the manufacture of 
underwear Lbs. 

Silk, raw, or as reeled from the 
cocoon, not being doubled, 
twisted or advanced in manu- 
facture in any way " 

Silk cocoon and silk waste 

Silk in the gum or spun, not 
more advanced tlian singles, 
tram and thrown, organzine, 
not coloured Lbs. 

Silk and all manufactures of, 
N.O.P., or of which silk is 
the component part of chief 
value, N. E.S ■ • • 

Socks and stockings Doz, pairs 

Hosiery, N.E.S 

Undershirts and drawers 

Velvets, velveteens, plush fa- 
rics, X.E.S Yds. 



Value. 



Total silk and manufactures of. 



18 



Silver {see gold and silver), under 
metals , • • • 



23 
895 



106,637 



5,680 



380 



617,740 



Slate and manufactures of— 

Mantels 

Roofing slate Squares. 

School writing slates No. 

Slate pencils 

Slate and manufactures of, 
N.E.S 



Total slate & mfrs. of . 



Soap {E.xports) 

Common or laundry ... 
Common, soft and liquid . 
Castile, mottled or white. 

Harness soap . . • 

Toilet soap 



, . Lbs. 



9,299 

14,479 

2,661,677 

105,312 

223,735 

31,608 

2,855 
565 

2,430 



352,134 



Duty. 



.$ cts. 



3,065 00 



763,048 09 
33,355 94 
66,319 15 

6,097 83 
817 90 

180 72 



1903. 



Quantity. 



11,666 



95,339 

2,224 

8,060 

307 

277,541 



1,214 30 



29,850 76 

652 15 

2,291 ()0 

93 44 

71,890 30 



3,799,231 978,880 18 



11,319 

548,571 



1,044,187 

149,017 

976,743 

14,869 

467,549 



Value. 



Duty. 



83 



1,051 



101,833 



8,575 



964 



784,406 



171 

37,390 

13,734 

3,481 

17,825 



72,601 



51,597 

.3,643 

45,282 

1,596 

105,562 



51 30 

8,439 13 

3,433 09 

870 25 

5,332 70 



18,126 47 



11,790 



12,7.34 

14, .377 

2,889,194 

116.964 

237,955 

36,187 
6,801 
1,134 

3,185 



367,928 
947 



20,215 



S cts. 



3,922 57 

826,921 20 
36,821 79 
69,465 10 

7,242 77 

1,893 70 

335 19 



2,290 3a 



96,793 31,387 36 

4,827| 1,363 72 

883 260 51 

369,427' 96,126 70 



4,179,551 1,078,030 91 



10,190 601 

1,161 52 

10,680 .58: 

.3.59 03 

.34,046 93| 



918,174 

178,295 

1,095,722 

16,850 



44.573 

18,588 
5,571 

15,705 



84,4.37 



47,238 
4,118 

55, .369 

1,823 

121,291 



8,783 25 
4,645 76 
1,392 75 

4,709 30 



19,531 06 



9,120 25 

1,282 25 

11,750 01 

431 85 

39,352 71 



i STATISTICAL AND FINANCIAL STATEMENTS 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 10 
inio and Exports from Canada, &c. — Continued. 



133 



Imports. 



Value. 



1899. 1900. 1901. 1902. 1903, 



5,499 

14,579 

2,090,157 

90,080 

241,780 

14,660 
1,06.3 
1,189 

765 



263,543 
145 



4,130 



130,050 

f 4,410 

\ 4,119 

1,549 

321,604 

3,189,322 



15,949 

11,497 

2,452,908 

107,211 

251,704 

22,689 
1,359 
1,365 

384 



277,708 
1,564 



7,609 



81,376 
2,580 
3,549 
1,192 



13,] 85 

6,709 

2,363,128 

115,3(;8 

241,909 

25,7.57 

2,501 

824 

924 



^261,637 
8,251 



6,181 



96,789 
2,295 
3,288 
1,229 



274,625 233, .523 
3,51.5,269 3,383,498 



9,392 

14,479 

2,642,626 

108,894 

224,591 

31,608 

2,855 

4.35 

2,430 



352,134 



11,666 



9.5,702 

2,224 

8,060 

307 

279,811 

3,787,214 



12,734 
14,377 

2,888,725 
112,803 
234,1.54 

36,187 
6,801 
1,134 

3,185 



367,928 
947 



20,215 

97,239 

I 4,625 

883 

370,118 

4,172,105 



Exports. 



Value. 



1899. 1900. 1901. 1902. 1903, 



304 

9,096 

11,537 

3,135 

9,007 

33,079 



64 

22,278 

15,629 

3,728 

J11,99S 

53,697 



174,220 

3, .357 

30,1.55 

876 

83,220 



225,697 
2,889 

36,630 
1,148 

92,307 



162 

38,009 

17,548 

4,361 

12,084 

72,164 



171 

37,390 

13,761 

3,481 

17,825 

72,628 



44, .573 

18,589 
5,571 

15,705 

84,438 



132, .331 
3,048 

34,889 
1,089 

92,929 



48,926 
3,225 

48,475 

1,.596 

103,933 



46,026 
4,118 

5.5,882 

1,823 

122,606 



19,114 



16,323 



28,628 



19,487 



13,966 24 
125 

26 

27 

28 

'29 



134 



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No. 11. — Itemized Statement showing the Values of Imports 



ARTICLES. 



Entered for Home Consumption. 



1902. 



Quantity. 



10 



11 



16 



Soap — Con. 

Pearline and other soap pow- 
ders Lbs. 

Soap, N.E.S., including pumice 
silver and mineral soap, sapo- 
lio and other like articles n 

Total soap n 

Spices : — 

Ginger and spices of all kinds, 

N.E.S., unground .. ... Lbs. 

M It ground. . . m 

Nutmegs and mace n 

Total spices n 



Spirits and wines, viz. :— 

Absinthe Galls. 

Alcohol, amyl or fusel oil, oj- 
any substance known as 
potato spirit or potato oil. ... m 

Arrack or palm spirit ,, 

Brandy, including artificial 
brandy and imitations of 
brandy ,, 

Cordials and liqueurs of all 
kinds, N.E.S. ; mescal, pul- 
que, mm schrub, shiedam 
and other schnapps ; tafia, 
angostnra and similiar alco- 
holic bitters or beverages ... n 

Ethyl, or the substance known 
as alcohol, hydrated oxide or 
eth j'l or spirits of wine 

Gin of all kinds, N.E.S. . . . . 

Methyl, wood alcohol, wood 
naphtha, pyro.xylic spirits, 
wood spirits or methylated 
spirits 

Rum 

Vennouth containing not more 
than 36 per cent of proof 
spirits 

Vermouth containing more 
than 36 per cent of proof 
spirits 

Nitrous ether, sweet spirits of 
nitre and aromatic spirits of 
ammonia 

Whiskey. 

All spirituous or alcoholic 
liquor.s, N.O.P 



Total spirits. 



20! 

21 



Wines, ginger, containing 26 
p.c. or less of proof spirits. . . Galls. 

>f containing more 

than 26 p.c. of proof spirits. m 



1,354,401 
685,446 



4,692,212 



1,976,688 
451,557 
119,704 



2,547,949 



Value. Duty . 



2,293 



244 
168 



248,616 



21,565 



568 
565,402 



68 
107,259 



10,C...3 
21 



1,1371 
436,289| 

7,118 



1,401,381 



1,677 
24 



66,918 
43,765 



318,363 



. .$ cts. 
19,502 10 
15,123 87 



91,064 63 



195,526 19,033 63 
29,833 6,688 32 



26,403 



251,762 



4,937 20 



30,659 15 



1903. 



Quantity. 



1,695,798 
523,332 



1,956,543 
412,545 
121,959 

2,491,047 



3,411 



220 
165 



399,413 



49,004 



255 
280,458 



5,503 20 



585 60 
403 20 



596,678 48 



51,756 00 



1,363 20 
1,356,96.5 00 



101 163 20 
51,670|2.57,421 60 



11,896 9,569 65 



26! 



50 40 



2,297 .3,417 90 
650,263 1,047,092 60 

5,292 17,083 20 



1,454,471 3,348,053 15 



1,303 1,509 .30 
16 57 60l 



2,111 



324 
219 



273,144 



Value. 



Duty. 



S cts. 
73,6641 22,035 00 



43,735 



347,238 



15,062 63 



99,034 70 



179,699 17,589 81 
27,648 6,218 01 
26,223 4,821 61 



233,570 



3,249 



292 
167 



455,079 



25,068 56,806 



755 442 
663,027 319,990 



137 
119,469 



10,790 

78 



1,523 
483,808 

8,077 



28,629 43 



5,066 40 



777 60 
525 60 



655,545 60 



60,163 20 



1,812 00 
1,591,264 80 



1,588,590 



2,260 



97 331 20 
52,254^ 286,725 60 



11,700: 9,711 00 

1 
I 

58 : 187 20 



2,934 
731,474 

5,829 



1,640,371 



1,670 



4,535 40 
l,161,-283 20 

19,384 80 



3,797,313 60 



2,034 00 



i STATISTICAL AND FINANCIAL STATEMENTS 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 10 
in.o and Exports from Canada, &c. — Continued. 



135 



Imports. 



Value. 



1899. 1900. 1901. 1902. 1903. 



66,012 

23,358 
381,198 



138,720 
22,523 
27,444 

188,687 



2,639 



226 
44 



310,650 



47,425 



6,523 
223,915 



10 
40,063 

10,889 

57 

1,319 

523,819 

19,712 
1,187,291 

1,365 
357 



56,231 

34,439 
449.341 



161,401 
31,798 
30,025 

223,224 



4,551 



284 
298 



350,718 



60,114 



14,962 

258,573 



99 
54,246 

14,033 



1,421 
618,556 

11,145 

1,389,000 

1,347 
243 



58,438 

43,455 
366,179 

166,648 
31,186 
23,548 

221,382 
1,896 



218 
16 



393,556 



57,273 



22,646 
317,673 



137 
64,604 



13,680 



67,599 74,487 



1,760 
699,739 

5,444 

1,578,642 

1,847 
32 



44,636 
318,390 

196,863 
29,134 

25,976 

251,973 

3,157 



220 
165 



436,251 



55,166 



29,044 
270,982 



101 

51,780 



12,406 



2,329 
681,550 

5,2.S5 

1,548,386 

1,260 
12 



41,612 
346,554 

182,469 
26,522 
27,466 

236,457 
3,846 



287 
202 



475,386 



61.513 



33,978 
350,175 



97 
53,135 



11,173 



Exports. 



Value. 



1899. 1900. 1901. 1902. 1903. 



19,114 



16,323 



28,628 



45 



2,520 
803,644 

5,592 



1,801,-593 



1,492 



1,718 



2,154 



5,684 



343,786 
1,131 



354,473 



1,299 



3,265 



1*565 



402,473 

2,637 

411,239 



19,487 



8,800 



9,620 



3,568 



440,688 
24,350 



487,026 



8,996 



11,498 



2,288 



462,217 
31,053 



516,052 



13,966 



7,777 



19,465 



1,761 



525,603 

47,018 



601,624 



10 



15 



16 



19 



136 



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"No. 11. — Itemized Statement showing the Values, of Imports 



ARTICLES. 



Spirits and wines — Concluded. 

Wines of all kinds, excepting 
sparkling wines, including 
orange, lemon, strawberry, 
raspberry, elder and currant 
wines . 

Containing 26 p. c. or less of 
spirits ... Galls, 

Containing over 26 p. c. and not 
over 27 p.c. 



27 
28 
29 
30 
31 
32 
33 
34 
3.5 
36 
37 
38 
39 



28 
29 
30 
31 
32 
33 
34 
35 
36 
37 
38 
39 
40 



18 



23 



26 



Total wines, non-sparkling. m 

Champagne and all other spark- 
ling wines : — 

In bottles containing each not 
more than a quart but more 
than a pint, old wine measure Doz. 

In bottles containing not more 
than a pint but ijtiore than 
half a pint, old wine measure n 

In bottles containing one-half 
pint each or less n 

In bottles containing more than 
one quart each.. m 



Total sparkling wines. . 
Total spirits and wines. 



Entered for Home Consumption. 



1902. 



Quantity. 



21 Sponges 

22 Spurs and stilts, used in the manu- 
facture of earthenware.. 

Starch, including farina, corn 

j starch, &c Lbs. 

24 Stearic aciJs n 

25 Stockinettes for the manufacture 
of rubber boots and shoes , . . 

Stone and manufactures of : — 
Burrstones in blocks, rough or 
unmanufactured, not bound 
up or prepared for binding 

into mill-stones . . , Xo. 

Chalk, prepared 

II china or Cornwall and 
cliff stone and felspar, ground 
or unground 



270,805 

15,062 

13,135 

13,255 

22,038 

30,473 

31,678 

19,575 

16,848 

15,207 

10,526 

4,680 

800 

168 

459 



466,410 



5,917 

18,733 

912 

52 



1,363,134 
31,033 



1,854 



"Value. 



165,709 

7,189 

7,243 

9,220 

14,297 

17,867 

27,207 

19,346 

20,593 

21,307 

15,883 

6,913 

1,991 

181 

300 



336,565 



Duty. 



$ cts. 



78,869 58 

6,374 04 

6,244 77 

7,271 06 

12,443 24 

17,549 30 

21,783 75 

14,808 26 

14,430 43 

14,299 73 

10, .554 22 

4,788 27 

1,085 31 

161 82 

397 54 



212,628 22 



78,822| 20,976 60 



123,132 

2,268 
680 



204,902 



1,995,938 



50,.327 

372 

58,235 
2,681 

46,931 



2,559 
11,337 



8,751 



31,507 95 
754 44 
149 30 



53,388 29 



1903. 



Quantity. 



290,175 

20,240 

10,318 

15,2891 

20,578 

31,559 

28,116 

25,685 

24,670 

18,174 

11,215 

3,866 

772 

289 

397 



503,603 



6,591 

18,019 

792 

5 



3,614,089 66 



9,149 16 



18,974 22 
536 20 

6,693 30 



2,229 43 



1,529,055 
78,131 



35 



Value, j Duty . 



180,062 

9,395 

6,892 

8,774 

12,446 

19,485 

25,381 

22,802 

28,526 

24,972 

16,328 

6,6.52 

1,995 

236 

• 154 



$ cts. 



365,770 



85,320 

118,026 

1,825 

189 



205,360 



2,211,501 



52,600 

253 

64,924 
7,497 

57,653 



82,522 75 

8,485 70 

5,266 19 

7,830 46 

11,347 70 

18,469 10 

19,704 20 

18,655 40 

20,646 12 

16,942 08 

11,066 65 

4,2.37 89 

1,069 42 

255 76 

312 19 



228,845 61 



22,520 00 

30,466 70 

651 24 

36 30 



53,674 24 



4,079,833 45 



9,526 92 



21,651 64 
1,499 40 

8,091 50 



586 
16,497 



9,198 



3,255 81 



i STATISTICAL AND FINANCIAL STATEMENTS 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 10 
into and Exports from Canada, &c. — Continued. 



137 



Imports. 



Value. 



1899. 


1900. 


1901. 


$ 


•f 


$ 


160,420 


178,123 


180,385 


5,135 

7,584 

8,951 

11,721 

16,267 

19,662 

13,546 

13,057 

15,311 

10,900 

4,963 

2,197 

643 

190 


13,722 

8,432 

8,211 

1.5,283 

18,013 

25,057 

15,460 

17,855 

16,738 

14,385 

9,085 

2,212 

303 

200 


7,111 

7,684 

8,966 

19,960 

18,070 

24,313 

18,053 

20,882 

20,287 

18,184 

5,227 

1,762 

28 

553 


292,269 


344,669 


353,344 


86,465 


95,638 


90,736 


151,883 


149,974 


141,357 


1,809 


2,172 


2,143 


831 


2,138 


367 


240,988 


249,922 


234,603 


1,720,548 


1,983,591 


2,166,589 


35,925 


36.542 


40,410 


578 


2,678 


246 


81,583 
75 


74,515 

27 


59,918 
2,831 


58,681 


63,738 


50,262 


1,759 
10,219 


1,546 
12,212 


.^762 
11,686 


4,325 


6,842 


5,004 



181,613 

6,258 

5,827 

8,952 

10,800 

19,007 

26,081 

24,0.32 

23,.579 

22,101 

19,686 

8,465 

1,865 

108 

244 

359,890 



87,271 

147,919 

2,632 

178 

238,000 

2,146,276 

50,588 

372 

55,900 
2,681 

46,931 



2,559 
11,337 



8,751 



190,525 



962 
994 
506 
DIG 
(i()3 
809 
749 
715 
878 
593 
037 
726 
260 
3S9 



375,308 



108,935 



Exports. 



Value. 



1899. 1900. 1901. 1902. 1903, 



5,364 



5,364 



113,313! 

i 
2,432! 



224,680 

2,401,581 

54,437 

253 

63,651 
7,497 

57,653 



586 
16,329 



9,198 



359,837 



940 



8,192 



21,703 



8,192 



419,431 



6,243 



,262 



•^624 



21,703 



508,729 



24,476 



*1,156 



44,429 



44,429 



32,045 



3 
4 
5 
6 
7 
8 
9 

10 
11 
12 
13 
14 
15 
16 



32,045 



17 

18 
19 
20 



560,481 



1,377 



"14,814 



633,669 



21 
22 



254 



25 



26 

27 



*23,163 28 



"Felspar only. 



138 



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No. 11. — ^Itemized Statement showing the Values of Imports 



ARTICLES. 



iStone and manufactures of — Concluded. 



1 



11 
12 
13 

14 

15 

16 

17 
18 

19 j 

201 



Flint, flints and ^rround flint 
stones Cwt. 

Flagstones, dressed Tcjns. 

Gannister Cwt. 

Granite and freestone, dressed 
and all other building stone, 
dressed, except marble Tons. 

Granite, sawn only m 

ir finished and polished . . m 
M manufactures of, X.O. P 

Fls^stones, granite and free 
stone, rough, sandstone and 
all building stone, f-xcept 
marble, not hammered or 
chiselled Tons. 

Gravel and sand n 

Gnndstones, not mounted, and 
not less than 36 inches in 
diameter 

Grindstones, N.E.S 

Gypsum, crude Tons. 

Lithographic stones, not en- 
graved 

Manufactures of stone, ]^s.O.P 

Ornamental granite, marble, 
&c., unwrought (exports) 

Ornamental granite, marble, 
&c. , wrought (exports) 

Paving blocks 

Plaster of Paris, or gypsum, 
ground not calcined Brls. 

Plaster of Paris, calcined or 
manufactured Cwt 

Tufa, calcareous m 



Entered for Home Consumption. 



1902. 



Quantity. Value. ' Duty. Quantity. Value 



8 

4,113 3,647 

232 1,231 

10,8261 2,249 




1903. 



8,875 



15,495 



2,786' 29,102 5,688 74 2,793 

15; 247i 49 40 43 

641 21, 410 i 5,208 09 1 

27,056 6,694 25 j" 



S 
6,432 



Duty. 



$ cts. 



2,9.33 



15,459 
47.381 



541 



69,972 10,463 75 
58,668 



.34,496 4,909 95 
6.312 1,585 50 

1,697 

I 
12,272 2,454 20 
15,172 4,450 60 




Total stone and manufactures of. 



Sugar, syrup and molasses- 
Maple sugar Lbs. 

• ' syrup I 

Sugar, N.E.S 

Syrup, sugar-house (exports) 

Molasses, syrups, &c |' ^b^^' 

Molasses, second proce.ss, test- 
ing by polariscope less than 
35 degrees, imported by man- 
ufacturers of blacking and 
horse f(K)d for use in their 
factories „ 

Sugar candy, brown or white, 
and confectionery, including 
sweetened gums, candied 
peel and pop-corn m 

Gluc-ose or grape sugar, glucose 
syrup or corn syrup i 

Saccharine or any product con- 
taining over i ptercent thereof >i 

Total sugar, syrup and molasses 



8,512 

I 

189 249 

4,753 2,641 



1,702 40 

37 35 

589 14 



317,610] 46,309 00 



229 

6,308 
118,020 



16,6641 3,332 80 
1,153; 230 60 

52,763j 12,818 08 



71,202 10,623 55 
95,647 



44,998 6,359 30 
8,390| 2,095 67 
2,187 



8,461 
24,713 



228 
.3,599 



1,690 67 
7,243 00 



34 20 
788 61 



374,5391 48,472 29 



I 84,715, 9,551 1,910 20 

370,075,447 7,652,808 2,749.428 17 



4,530,071 
1,355,5521 



902,479 
26,037 



360 



1,430,6.53 164,990 

5,090,359 103,437 

2,134 2,869 



8,862,531 



64,423 84 
10,104 09 



94,515 
388,.370,8,32 



54,248 23 

38,177 76 

573 80 



4,196,000 
674,151 



2,990 

1,739,003 
1,364,470 

2,078 



2,918,866 09 



10,169 2,033 80 
6,914,83812,647.274 64 



787,153 62,080 71 
15,490 4,963 06 



314 



192,098 

35,924 

1,918 



61,869 60 

10,233 53 

371 40 



7,957,904 2,788,826 74 



i STATISTICAL iND FINANCIAL STATEMENTS 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 10 
into and Exports from Canada, &c. — Continued. 



139 



Imports. 



Value. 



1899. 1900. 1901. 1902. 1903, 



2,977 



737 



4,546 

420 

12,371 

32,734 



43,494 
42,209 



22,273 

5,211 

692 

6,223 
14,554 



338 
3,120 



208,202 

7,410 
6,065,129 



813,591 



4,342 

63 

3,881 

1,157 

157 

10,371 

28,861 



63,376 
41,280 



28,037 

6,3.52 

958 

6,294| 
17,164! 



3,626 

116 

1,819 



1,039 

796 

20,530 

21,151 



45,039 
42,891 



38,973 
6,203 
1,125 

8,084 
16,040 



446 

69 

6,492 
93 



3,647 
1,231 
2,249 



29,102 

247 

21,410 

27,056 



69,972 
58,668 



34,496 
6,342 

1,697 

12,272 
15,422 



8,053 
1,097 
3,978 



239,993 243,012 



14,166 11,218 
7,554,012 7,953,340 



112, .597 

46,006 

5,195 

7,049,9o9 



1,216,684 



343 

137,734 

89,902 

1,368 

9,014,209 



1,071,083 



Exports. 



Value. 



1899. 1900. 1901. 1902. 1903, 



6,432 



2,933 



16,664 
1,153 

.53,110 



71,202 
95,647 



44,998 
8,390 

2,187 

8,461 
24,708 



8,512 

249 

2,641 



1,064 



9,145 



14,473 



55,547 
93,492 



I 25,618 
166,222 



4,007 
1,536 



317,860 



228 

3,599 

8,888 

374,713 



7,611 



7,380 15,219 
7,905,0441 6,472,9.35 



921,228 818,510 



360 



1.50,296 163,633 
157,419: 101,744 



2,023 
9,345,386 



2,869 
9,102,258 



314 



362,359 

66,295 

293 

49,795 

10,047 

18,127 



191,578 
35,730 
1,918 
7,536,204 114,557 



115,910 
102,151 



24,641 
236,065 



1,803 
1,026 



2,622 



493,987 



119,136 
108,509 



42,240 
185,417 



4,967 
1,672 



25,476 



503,046 



84,726 

253 

3,647 

9,978 

21,567 



127,293 
119,421 



29,138 
273,335 



2,607 

4,786 



10,150 



601,952 



71,879 

2,411j 

43,234 

20,228 

16,845 



120,171 



91,024 

1,289 
10,207 
10,771 

15,916 



154,597 129,207 



20,408 1,015 4 
5 
6 
7 



103,754 8 
128,577! 9 



24,978 
307,398 



4,875 15 
2,700 



7,947 



604,407 



190,603 21 

1,628|22 
10,332 23 
13,088 24 

14,837 



25 



230,488 



140 TRADE AND COMMERCE { 

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No. 11. — Itemized Statement showing the Values of Imports 





ARTICLES. 


Entered for Home Consumption. 






1902. 


Duty. 




1903. 






Quantity. 


Value. 


Quantity. 


Value. 


Duty. 


1 

2 
3 






35,071 

4,401 

11,675 


$ cts. 

7,831 80 

709 34 

2,524 78 


" 87,254 


f 

6^432 
16,906 


$ cts. 


Tallow , Lbs. 


72,629 


1,069 60 
3,654 03 


Tar and pitch (pine) in packages 

of not less than 15 galls Galls. 

Tar coal and coal pitch u 

Total tar i, 

Tea of India black imported di- 
rect or purchased in bond in 








4 


332,527 

1,772,021 

2,104,548 


26,654 
98,551 




539,408 
1,026,376 


40,108 
61,5.58 

101,666 




5 








125,205 




1,565,784 










6 


3.382,614 

54,488 

7,100,139 
16,226 

1,033,056 
24,165 


506,870 
8,471 

1,139,082 
2,895 

149,540 
5,018 


' 847'i6 


5,349,264 
3,031 

7,945,459 

21,872 

1,205.724 
20,918 


738,755 
552 

1,171,304 
3,796 

164,983 
4,218 




7 
8 


N.E.S. „ 
Tea of Ceylon black imported di- 
rect or purchased in bond in 


52 96 


9 
10 


Tea of China black imported di- 
rect or purchased in bond in 


289 10 


379 60 


n 

12 


N.E.S. ., 
Tea of Japan black imported di- 
rect or purchased in bond in 

the United Kingdom ' . 

N.E.S. 
Tea of other countries black im- 

bond in the United Kingdom. . Lbs. 
,. ,. _ N.E.S. „ 
Tea of India green imported di- 
rect or purchased in bond in 


501 80 


421 80 


13 
14 

15 
16 


260,273 

1,768 

71,446 
20 

520,480 
20,531 

467,.516 
4,270 

6,459,953 
88,243 

9,790 
15,676 


41,957 
433 

10,252 
10 

74,833 
3,838 

61,564 
1,279 

914,640 
16,011 

1,680 
2,024 


'■" 4330 


261,412 
3,692 

696,263 
4,737 

2,251,497 
4,435 

1,245,107 
42,579 

4,379,448 
506,499 

23,421 
4,013 


38,336 
822 

99,189 
945 

326,941 
616 

183,064 
6,026 

677,365 
40,640 

6,940 
247 


8220 


17 
18 


N.E.S. „ 
Tea of Ceylon preen imported di- 
rect or purchased in bond in 
thp United Kingdom m 


1 00 

""383'80 
127 90 

' i,6oi'i6 


94 50 


19 
20 

21 
22 

23 
24 


N.E.S. „ 
Tea of China green imported di- 
. rect or purchased in bond in 

the United Kingdom m 

N.E.S. „ 
Tea of Japan green imported di- 
rect or purchased in bond in 

the United Kingdom m 

u _ N.E.S. M 
Tea of other countries green im- 
ported direct or purchased in 
bond in the United Kingdom. . m 
N.E.S. M 

Total tea <> 

Teasels 

Teeth, artificial 


61 60 

"602 '60 

4,064 00 


25 


202 40 


24 70 




19,530,654 


2,940,397 


3,997 50 


23,969,371 


3,464,739 


5,783 96 


26 
27 




1,243 






843 
86,500 








16,830 87 



i STATISTICAL AND FINANCIAL STATEMENTS 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 10 



141 



into and Exports from Canada, &c. — Continued. 



Imports. 



Exports. 



Value. 



1899. 1900. 1901. 1902. 1903. 



57,434 
1,869 
9,293 



17,511 
54,447 

71,958 



43,005 
2,361 
9,344 



36,924 
73,874 

110,798 



39,975 
6,907 
8,253 



17,591 
88,093 



403,876! 675,448 
2,3741 661 



773,707 1,073,710 
11,995 1,488 



376,640 
8,441 



165,694 
348 



101,966 
17,251 



5,979 



4,071 
422 



165,667 
43,250 



1,309,395 
73,040 



60,859 
3,832 

3,528,807 
1,256 



341,056 
1,850 



96,960 

4,862 



9,517 
2,094 



3,435 
114 



4,106 
179 



157,518 
5,203 



1,193,429 
23,830 



9,224 
6,324 

3,611,014 

828 



35,751 

4,635 

11,675 



105,684 



515, .339 
2,746 



907, -533 
2,343 



453,171 
6,684 



123,232 
8,739 



43,296 
902 



11,061 



26,654 
98,5.51 

125,205 



506,870 

8,471 



6,432 
16,927 



40,108 
61,558 

101,666 



738,755 
155 



1,139,082 1,171.5.54 
2,895 4,629 



149, .540 
5,018 



48,442 
1,950 



100,150 
165 



947,286 
2,566 



3,669 
10,293 

3,189,567 
685 



41,957 
433 



10,252 
10 



74,833 
3,838 



61.564 
10,224 



914,640 
44,305 



1,680 
1,517 

2,977,129 
1,243 



164,983 
9,317 



Value. 



1899. 1900. 1901. 1902. 1903 



62,876 



I 24,249 
24,249 



38,336 

822 



99,189 
1,091 



326,941 
616 



183,064 
10,537 



677,447 
38,429 



6,940 
247 

3,473,0.52 



843 
88,088 



^ 195,125 



19.5,125 



70,065 



95,186 



18,646 23,571 



18,646 



266,866 



266,866 



23,571 



258,137 



258,137 



11,184 



17,010 



17,010 



280,351 



280,351 



20,635 



38,326 



38,326 



10 
11 



12 
13 



14 
15 



390,300 



16 
17 



18 
19 



20 
21 



22 
23 



24 
25 



390,300 



, ... 26 

.. |27 



142 



TRADE AND COMMERCE i 

3-4 EDWARD VII., A. 1904 
No. 11. — ^Itemized Statement showing the Values of Imports 



AETICLES. 



Entered for Home Coxscmptiox. 



1902. 



Quantity. 



Value. 



Duty. 



Tobacco and manufactures of : — 

Cigarettes Lbs. 

Cigars " 

Tobacco, cut n 

SnufiE '< 

All other manufactured of to- 
bacco, N.E.S II 

Tobacco, unmanufactured for 

excise purposes " 

Foreign raw leaf tobacco, sam- 
ples xinstemmed « 

,, M stemmed 

Slf!ms and cuttings (exports) 



Total tobacco and manufactures 



17,295 

85,482 

154,9fi2 

9,514 

108,440 

11,329,674 

84 



11,705,451 



11 



lOjTobacco pipes of all kinds, pipe 
mounts, cigar and cigarette 
holders, and cases for same, 
smokers' sets and cases there- 
for and tobacco pouches 

Trunks, valises, hat-bo.xes, carpet 
bags, satchels, tocl bags or 
baskets, portmanteaus, fly- 
books and parts thereof 

N.O.P 

Treenails M 

^„ Tortoise and other shells 

14 Turtles No. 

15 Turpentine spirits of Galls. 

16 Turpentine, raw and crude Lbs. 



17 



Umbrellas, parasols and sun- 
shades of all kinds and ma- 
terials , 

Unenumerated articles 

Vaccine and ivory vaccine points. 

Vaccine points, articles for the 
manufacture, viz. : — 
Glass caps, shells, containers 
and capillar^' tubes ; rvibber 
bulbs, bo.xes or corks, only 
when imported by manufact- 
urers of vaccine points (O.C., 
13th July, 1901) 



Varnish, lacquers, japans, japan 
dryers, liquid dryers, and oil 
finish, N.E.S GaUs 

Varnish, black and bright for 
ships' use " 

Total varnishes 

Vegetables, viz : — 

Melons No. 

Potatoes Bush. 

., sweet and yams " 



10 

977 

729,035 

7,938 



82,778 
722 



83,500 



36,2l>8 

282,853 

103,044 

3,680 

38,597 

1,948,358 

44 



$ cts. 



00,942 00 

327,159 25 

85,229 10 

4,757 00 

54,220 00 



33 00 



1903. 



Quantity. 



21,829 

92,037 

174,431 

9,283 

100,521 

13,380,504 

240 



Value. 



45,125 

290,300 

118,621 

3,543 

41,369 

2,362,537 

69 



Duty. 



2,413,404 532,340 95- 13,785,445 2,867,564 582,089 30 



303,411 



60,260 

358 

8,957 

932 

311,773 

295 



72,026 
177,338 

27,177 



99,660 05 



17,350 80 



137,540 
663 



138,203 



189,3941 12,247 
81,197 87,259 

17,384 15,297 



15,588 63 



18,347 49 
31,782 89 



24 



783,973 
16,24] 



40,975 80 



40,975 80 



3,061 75 

12,179 .55 

1,738 40 



86,118 
1,031 



87,149 



262,281 

407,487 

21,642 



$ cts. 



76,768 25 

351,986 00 

95,937 05 

4,641 50 

53,260 50 



96 00 



364,463 



90,608 
326 
688 
759 
437,058 
352 



61,797 

103,297 

15,369 



45 



143,676 

852 



144, .528 



16,331 

228,848 
19,343 



120,479 40 



26,430 50 



21,846 99 



1.5,897 01 
18,787 15 



42,804 71 



42,804 71 



4,082 75 

61,114 80 

2,164 20 



i STATISTICAL AND FINANCIAL STATEMENTS 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 10 
in^o and Exports from Canada, &c. — Continued. 



143 



Imports. 


Exports. 




Value. 


Value. 




1899. 


1900. 

$ 

23,202 

263,540 

73,802 

3,395 

60,195 

1,731,366 

1,970 
354 


1901. 

$ 

25,443 

313,576 

87,407 

2,406 

41,120 

1,555,851 

146,617 


1902. 

$ 

41,195 

272,318 

107,152 

3,532 

46,118 

2,020,099 

32 


1903. 

$ 

50,107 
309,204 
131,-563 


1899. 
} 12,202 


1900. 

$ 
18,015 


1901. 


1902. 


1903. 




13,973 

181,956 

54,766 


• 
$ 

16,455 


$ 

/ 7,722 
I 5, 273 


$ 

1,584 
4,314 


1 
2 
3 
4 

5 

6 

7 
8 
9 


1,669 


3,677 

41,180 

2,503,517 

1,780 






1,728 
137,505 
240,319 


27 

59,279 

105,985 


52 
102,828 
189,249 


34,724 

1,715,451 
21,115 


44,902 
99,312 


51,636 
52,973 


4,677 








" " ' 20,320 


28,755 






' 




20,751 
177,167 


35,836 
158,460 


17,736 




2,157,824 

214,057 

52,444 
400 

24,626 

248 

359,675 

351 

109,890 

243,699 

7,792 


2,172,420 

292,895 

53,670 
386 

.15,730 
681 

309,339 
463 

81,864 

227,950 

18,010 


2,490,476 

303,683 

61,006 

358 

8,957 

932 

311,773 

295 

72,224 

192,583 

27,177 


3,041,028 

368,603 

92,047 
326 

688 

759 

437,058 

352 

62,041 

102,641 

15,369 

45 

142,528 

852 
143,380 

16,343 

228,817 
19,385 


2,028,331 


413,743 


198,606 


326,782 




191,890 






in 


48,349 












11 


7 












12 
13 
14 
15 
16 

17 
I*" 


13,590 
207 












228,995 




' 




564 










131,238 












188,662 








.;:::■;■■ 


3,037 












19 
20 




86,763 
421 

87,184 

10,370 
69,073 
14,352 


116,625 

351 

116,976 

9,620 

88,652 
15,279 


137,662 

663 

138,325 

12,247 
88,017 
15,103 








85,165 












21 

OO 


285 




























85,450 








og 




'3i5,527 












10,233 


33b;369 


"m,m 






21 


41,004 
12,036 


689,860 


389,09. 


25 
26 



144 



TRADE AND COMMERCE { 

3-4 EDWARD VII., A. 1904 
No. 11. — Itemized Statement showing the Values of Imports 



ARTICLES. 



Vegetables, viz : — Con. 

Tomatoes, fresh Bush. 

Tomatoes and other vegetables, 
including corn and baked 
bean.s in cans or other pack- 
ages, N.E.S Lbs. 

Turnips (exports) 

All other (exports) 

Vegetables, fresh or dry salted 
N.O.P 



Total vegetables. 



Vinegar of any strength not ex- 
ceeding strength of proof Galls, 

Vinegar, above strength of proof. .. 



Watches 

Watch cases 

Watch actions and movements. . . 

Watch glasses and watch keys 

Total watches and move- 
ments 



Entered for Home Consumptiox. 



1902. 



Quantity. 



19,343 



966,937 



Value. Duty. 



$ cts. 
53,906 9,259 20 



66,405 



182,293 



417,407 



60,195 
11,261 



12 Wax, beeswax Lbs. 

13 Wax, and manufactures of, N. 

E.S ; 

14 W.ebbing, elastic, and non-elastic. ....... 

15 Whalebone, unmanufactured. . . . Cwt. 

16 Whips of all kinds, including 
thongs and lashes 

Square or round reeds and raw- 
hide centres, textile leather or 
rubber heads, thumbs and tips, 
and steel, iron or nickel caps 
for whip ends, imported by 
whip m.anufacturers for use in 
the manufature of whips in 
their factories 

18 Window cornices and cornice 

poles of all kinds 

19;Window shades in the piece or 
cut and hemmed or mounted 

on rollers Sq. yds 

Window shade or blind rollers 



20 



Wood and manufactures of :- - 
Barks : — 

Hemlock Cords. 

Oak and tanners 

Corkwood or cork bark , 

Wood for fuel Cords. 

Wood of the per.'-immon and 

dogwood trees 



26,706 



21,876 



13,366 



17,360 
7,395 



46,154 
107,617 
577,000 

11,985 



742,756 



7,923 

.SO, 269 

156, 24S 
1,265 

6,271 



33,509 
3,226 



3,011 
21,914 



80,355 
29,961 



14,345 61 



45,489 51 



86,074 02 



7,410 50 
3,845 24 



11,508 97 

.32,280 60 

57,695 20 

2,939 35 



104,424 12 



1903. 



Quantity. 



Value. 



31,786 69,014 



3,837,755 



70,.S06 
19,468 



787 00 

5.592 74 
28,352 25 



i,938 93 



951 70 



822 17 
7,628 .37 



36,083 



407 



159,904 



210,983 
704,423 



18,534 
10,143 



63,609 
127,066 
672,063 

9,88' 



872,625 



11,941 

39,658 

164,236 

2,721 

6,900 



37,852 
7,840 



74,349 



194 



25,350 



Duty. 



S cts. 
13,258 60 

57,515 49 



52,726 29 



190,86213 



8,876 44 
8,026 77 



15,868 32 

38,098 10 

67,094 32 

2,424 08 



123,484 82 



1,194 00 

7,506 55 
29,810 51 



2,087 01 



2,193 40 



7,682 2,255 76 
22,994 7,870 10 



1,027 



104,191 
67,212 

584 



i STATISTICAL AND FINANCIAL STATEMENTS 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 10 



U5 



into and Exports from Canada, &c. — Continued. 



Imports. 



Value. 



1899. 1900. 1901. 1902. 1903. 



24,552 



65,829 



174,678 
328,3.32 



12,734 

2,800 



44,587 

82,850 

290,378 

9,383 

427,198 



8,941 

20,047 

121,624 

500 

9,228 



19,017 
4,604 



2,722 
24,761 



155 

931 

54,524 

26,414 

2,215 



26,191 



99,893 



193,267 
413,149 



11,360 
5,942 



51,224 

92,008 

353,001 

3,785 

500,018 



9,839 

24,420 

139,750 

1,214 

11,830 



31,766 
4,386 



967 
25,600 



693 
80,202 
28,421 

1,855 
10_i— 10 



37,519 



75,488 



218,827 
445,385 



15,198 
18,912 



49,397 

98,514 

468,581 

7,508 

624,000 



10,809 

26,990 

138,700 

2,760 

6,361 



29,313 
1,699 



1,089 
14,062 



103 

949 

80,988 

38,915 

456 



54,047 



73,684 



187,299 
430,397 



19,106 
7,323 



46,144 
107,416 
577,013 

11,985 

742,558 



7,923 

30,455 

156,738 

1,265 

6,264 



33,509 
3.226 



3,011 
21,914 



80,355 
29,961 



69,169 



169,306 



Exports. 



Value. 



1899. 1900. 1901. 1902. 1903, 



19,934 

102,4.57 

30,206 



214,846 
717,866 



19,513 
9,761 



63,761 

127,066 

672,063 

9,863 

872,753 



11,941 

39,7531 

164,393 

2,721 

6,900 



37,852 
7,840 



7,682 
22,994 



1,027 



468,124 



3,917 



104,191 
67,212 

584 



48,890 
123jii 



18,101 

116,444 

41,662 



506,516 



61,899 
117,751 



43,566 
96,486 
57,903 



56 1, 365 



482 



62,024 
'90^905 



118,013 34,128 

113,707 107,954 

83,471! 33,512 



1,00.5,0511 564,689 



491 



100,361 
91,507 



115 



74,816 
11.5,769 



146 



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1^0. 11. — Itemized Statement showing the Values of Imix)rts 



ARTICLES. 



Entered for Home Consumption. 



1902. 



1903. 



11 



16 



19 



Wood and manufactures of— Con. 
Wood partly manufactured : — 
Ban' boo reed.s, not further 
manufactured than cut into 
suitable lengths for walking 
sticks or canes, or for sticks 
for umbrellas, jjarasols, or 
sunshades, and bamboos, un- 
manufactured 

Felloes of hickory wood, rough 
sawn to shape only, or rough 
sawn and Vjent to shape, not 
planed, smoothed or other- 
wise manufactured 

D shovel handles wholly of wood . 
Handle, heading, stave and 

shingle bolts 

Hickory billets 

Hickory, sawn to shape for 

six)kes of wheels 

Hickory spokes, rough turned, 

not tenoned, mitred, throated, 

faced, sized, cut to length, 

round tenoned or ixjlished . . 

Knees and futtocks (exports) . . 

Wood, manufactures of — 

Barrels, empty (exports) 

Barrels containing petroleum 
or its products, or any mix- 
ture of which petroleum forms 
a part when such contents 
are chargeable with si>ecific 

duty 

Barrels and packages of Cana- 
dian manufacture which have 
beJen exported filled with Ca- 
nadian products, when re- 
turned, or exjwrted empty 
and returned filled with for- 
eign products 

Fishing rods 

Furniture, house, cabinet or 

office 

Caskets and coffins and metal 

parts thereof 

Doors, sashes and blinds, (ex- 
ports) 

Hubs for wheels, ix)sts, last 
blocks, wagon, oar, gun,head- 
ing and all like blocks or 
sticks, rough, he\ra or sawn 

only 

Lasts of wood ■ • 

Matches and match splints 

(exiwrts) 

Mouldings, plain, gilded or 
otherwise further manufac- 
tured 

20 Rakes, kay 



Quantity. 



Value. I Duty. Quantity . I Value. 



cts. 



5,506 



24,809 
23,180 

10,926 
10,475 

10,467 



122,307 



No. 



22,206 22,355 



4.440 66 



28,819 



8,636 

7,734 2,176 10 

487,749! 144,900 10 



19,311 



42,3.37' 

27,189 



Duty. 



S cts. 



11,412 
5,371 

1,921 
131,639 



10,749 



15,937 



No. 



8,830 



45,672 
991 



2,687 25 



11,418 00 

247 75 



10,286 



28,877 



11,547 
9,766 

589,982 

12,907 



5,759 81 



2,548 90 

171,885 00 

3,226 75 



12,685 
32,008 



58,281 
1,080 



8,002 00 



14, .566 58 
270 CO 



i STATISTICAL AND FINANCIAL STATEMENTS 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 10 



147 



into and Exports from Canada, &c. — Continued. 



Imports. 



Value. 



1899. 



4,418 



33,403 
19;085 

1,439 
711 

(i,355 



89,814 



46,275 



4,448 
12,267 



1900. 1901. i 1902. 1903. 






3,940 



41,604 

19,947 

688 
495 

2,783 



116,931 



30,511 



6,903 
10,951 



327, 719 1 395,509 
13,183 10,538 



3,401 



24,604 

18,668 

18,763 

6,028 

5,004 



99,471 



5,506 



24,809 
23,180 

10,926 
10,475 

10,467 



122,307 



3,210 



32,829 
890 



3,093 



32,121 

827 



10_i— 101 



33,048 



12,767 
8,365 

444,206 

10,665 



14,184 



39,163 
1,228 



22,919 



8,636 
7,636 

489,306 

10,749 



15,937 



45,869 
991 



Exports 



Value. 



1899. 



19,311 



42,337 

27,189 

11,412 
5,371 

1,921 



131,639 



29,058 



11,547 

9,766 

592,608 
12,907 



12,685 
32,008 



58,451 
1,080 



17,559 
27,549 



356,490 



378,206 



257,981 



21,542 



1900. 



1901. 



19,991 
26,521 



382,623 



299,359 



11,556 
.30,298 



1902. 



18,540 
29,792 



241,826 



194,168 



103,961 



15,786 



28.5,276 



303,687 



89,130 51,704 



12,205 



13,411 



1903. 



7 
13,504 8 



43,776 9 



10 



378,093 
331,976 



112,048 



21,572 



US 



TRADE AND COMMERCE { 

3-4 EDWARD VII., A. 1904- 

No. 11. — Itemized Statement showing the Values of Imports 



ARTTCLES. 



Wood and manufactures of — Con. 
Wood, manufactures of — Con. 
*Sawed or split boards, planks, 
deals and other lumber, when 
not further manufactured 
than dressed on one side only 
or creosoted, vulcanized or 
treated by any preserving 



Entered for Home Consumptiox. 



1902. 



Quantity . ' Value. 



Duty. 



S cts. 



10, 

11 

12 

13 

u\ 

15: 
16 

17! 

19' 
20 
21 
22 



process. 



.M. ft. 



M. 



51,712 



4,064 
17,374 

509 



*Sawed boards, planks, deals, 
planed or dres^-ed on one or 
both sides, when the edges 

thereof are jointed or tongued 

and grooved 

Shingles 

Show cases and njetal parts 

thereof N^o. 

Spool wood and spools (exixjrts) 

Woodenware, pails, tubs and 

churns, washboards, jwunders 

and rolling pins 

?*Ianufactures of wood, N.O.P 

*Lumber and timber, manufac- 
tured, N.E.S M. ft 

Timber or lumber hewn or 

sawed, squared or sided or 

creosoted . . ._ 

Ship-timber and ship planking, 

N.O.P 

Umbrella, parasol and sun- 
shade sticks or handles, N.E.S 

Veneers of wood, not over ^ 

of an inch in thickness 

Walking sticks and canes of 

all kinds, N.E.S 

Wood pulp 

Wood unmanufactured — 

Other articles, produce of forest 

Logs and round unmanufac- 
tured timber 

Elm 

Hemlock 

Oak 

Pine 

Spruce .... 

All other 

*Luniber and timber, plank and 

board, when not otherwise 

manufactured than rough 

sawn or split or creosoted, 

vulcanized or treated by any 

preserving process : — 
Amaranth, boxwood, cocobo- 

ral and sandal wood M. ft. 

Basswood, butternut and hie 

kory, (exports) 

*ror exports see items 12 to 22 pages 150-1. 



550 



075,910 



1903. 



Quantity. Value. 



Duty. 



60,900 892,360 



47,280 11,820 00 
30.752 



4,806 1,662 30 



4.031 
16,572 

733 



69, 789 j 13,956 14 
568,20(3 140,349 17 



10,236 

472,967 

385 

14,912 

114,377 

14,806 
27,447 



2,044 93 



3,428 



665,817 



2,774 37 

8,567 85 

4,300 20 
6,861 75 



68 



$ cts. 



61,843 15,460 75 
27,931 



7,753 



,37,895 
656,641 

39,810 



690,951 

4,358 

16,586 

132,765 

16,044 
38,472 



389,267 



12 



393 



2,592 00 



7,571 74 
162,717 37 

7,962 00 



3,301 50 

9,957 31 

4,669 40 
9,618 00 



i STATISTICAL AND FINANCIAL STATEMENTS 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 10 



U9 



into and Exports from Canada, &c. — Continued. 



Imports. 



Value. 



1899. 1900. 1901. 1902. 1903. 



569,416 



58,234 
41,191 



7,416 



27,175 
370,839 

14,957 



199,132 



13,976 
58,934 



11.311 
19,086 



136 



574,383 



56,506 
45,253 

6,162 



43,738 
502,994 

10,431 



199,415 

724 

13,609 

100,377 

12,221 
23,269 



406,845 432,224 



4,080 



704,868 



45,257 
33,914 

5,874 



60,308 
478,707 

16,177 



210,073 

4,161 

11,607 

96,723 

15,445 
16,053 



262,863 



629 



675,910 



47,722 
30,752 

4,774 



69,814 
568,948 

10,236 



472,967 

385 

15.712 

114,377 

14,806 

27,447 



665,817 



68 



892,360 



61,843 
27,931 

7,763 



38,022 
6.57,138 

39,810 



690,951 

4,358 

16,586 

1.32,765 

16,044 

38,472 



389,267 



393 



Exports. 



Value. 



1899. 1900. 1901. 1902. 1903 



976,361 



171,299 



38,489 
351,200 



1,131,506 



66,222 



39,318 
432,531 



1,274,.376 
94,985 



44,687 

3,449 

123 

1,398,454 

49,769 

73,220 



31,775 



1,816,016 
137,065 



74,721 

7,738 

3,430 

494,311 

63,078 

117,358 



1,146,150 



92,683 



17,258 
389,857 



1,525,386 



108,529 



6,651 
391,632 



1,610,143 



123,628 



7,964 
384,233 



12 



1,938,246! 2,046,406 
33,608 26,451 



13 

3,150,94314 

17,72715 



193,749 
95,616 
122,396 
285,798 
235,826 
122,226 



39,703 403,169 



51,245 

32,604 

2,733 

175,684 
63,5.55 

237,019 



80,270 



16 

15,517 1 

34,264 

1.230 

139,406 
59,781 

184,360 



71,995 



150 TRADE AND COMMERCE i 

3-4 EDWARD VII., A. 1904 
No. 11. — Itemized Statement showing tlie Values of Imports 





ARTICLES. 


Entered for Home Consumption. 




1902. 


1903. 




Quantity. 


Value. 


Duty. 


Quantity. Value. 


Duty. 


1 

2 
3 
4 
5 
6 


Wood and manufactures of — Con. 
Wood, unmanufactured — Con. 
Lumber — Con. 
Cherry, chestnut, gum wood 

and hickory and whitewood. M. ft. 

Mahogany 

Oak .. 

Pitch pine >i 

Redwood n 

Rosewood « 


5,543 

953 

34,037 

15,884 

941 

il6 

51 

1,317 

812 

171 

1,063 


S 

186,872 
113,697 


$ cts. 


7,439 
413 


305,657 
.5.5.286 


S cts. 


941,004 

344,.567 

23,253 

163 

5,547 

1,984 

49,286 

29,953 




38,055 1.268.0.53 






23,713 

1 

348 
30 


559,045 

55 

10,745 
734 








Spanish cedar m 




8 
9 






Walnut 

White ash « 

African teak, black heart elxiny, 
lignum vitie, red cedar and 
satinwood 

Lumber, viz. : — 

Battens and pine and spruce 
clapboards m 




1,182 ."A 608 




10 


1,009 

84 

759 


42,392 
8,101 
6,893 




11 
12 


6,067 
9,796 






13 
14 
It 
16 
1" 




11 spruce and other 














































7,807 






29,652 




18 


Planks and boards 










19 
20 
21 
22 
23 






























11 other and headings. . M. 
Lumber, all other, N.E.S 


3,613 


82, .360 




4,745 


111,317 








Hop, hoop, telegraph and 




*822 






•678 




24 
25 
26 


Masts and spars 










Posts, cedar, tamarack and 














27 

28 
2f) 


Shingle bolts of pine or cedar 




245,374 






132^679 














30 
















31 
















32 


under Nos. 23 and 24, pages 

150-1 

Timber, .square, viz : — 

Ash 

Birch 




4,995 






3,239 




33 




31 












35 


Elm 














36 
37 

3S 


Maple 

Oak 






















30 








j 






40 


All other 














41 


Wood, blocks and other, for 














42 


Wood, blocks for matches 















* Hop poles only. 



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SESSIONAL PAPER No. 10 



151 



into and Exports from Canada, &c. — Continued. 



208,321 

53,277 

543,530 

304,209 

9,450 

880 

9,093 

2,269 

50,404 

32,591 



10,298 



1,014 



9,355 



47,762 



^11,047 



129,779 



12,67] 



Imports. 



V.alue. 



1899. 1900 



272,462 

47,296 

887,274 

398,211 

2,322 

116 

4,161 

519 

86,659 

45,830 



18,35; 



11,894 



4,992 



72,876 



*215 



181,021 



1,739 



1901. 1902. 



197,379 

47,660 

804,180 

444,732 

21,716 

455 

5,744 

1,083 

57,906 

23,393 



13,812 



7,. 563 



10,064 



69,192 



*20< 



240,561 



186,872 

113,697 

941,004 

344,567 

23,2.53 

163 

5,547 

1,984 

49,286 

29.953 



6,067 



9,796 



7,807 



82,360 



*822 



245,374 



1903. 1899, 



EXPOKTS. 



Value. 



305,657 

55,286 

1,268,053 

559,045 



55 

10,745 

734 

55,608 

42,392 



8,101 



6,893 



1900. 



39,526 

4,193,628 

7,848,437 

770,458 



29,652 432,323 
6,885,762 
234,968 
133,868 
393,263 
335,065 



111,317 



*678 



132,679 



1,747 



4,995 



3,239 



55,182 

4,210 

104,007 

22,2.58 
786 
84,305 
12,372 
160,861 
64,299 



34,833 

204,186 

221,663 

6,936 

557,592 

61,061 

1,366,654 

38,815 

842,086 
31,550 



27.811 

1,286,598 

i, 287,960 

564,869 

7,858 

532,106 

',618,526 

235,664 

164,750 

385,066 

533,428 

48,872 

4,130 

93,346 

24,893 

18,926 
221,906 

20,673 
192,159 

59,198 



1901. 



1902. 1903. 



43,778 

229,554 

205,131 

5,832 

405,608 

65,601 

1,254,457 

52,084 

902,772 
42,567 



135,693 
2,857,822 
8,174,304 

681,384 

605^693 
9,400,469 
389,253 
38,706 
401,377 
358,755 

68,720 

3,.374 

104,026 

38,065 

17,857 

152,940 

7,217 

137,645 

238,753 



116,944 

3,167,383 

7,451,148 

472,015 

5,5t6 

840,714 

12, .570, 849 

367,965. 

3,111 

297, H36 

2.58,196 

103,981 

8,315 

208,479 

.32,556 
88 

182,198 
11,671 
97,430 

272,975 



58,759 
223, .380 
273,579 

13,219 
.317,286 
143,5.30 
916,452 
175,769 

1,397,019 

21,528 



43,934 

107,861 

248,296 

3,000 

356,913 

30,922 
923,795 

.56,884 

1,-315,038 
32,601 



71,963 

3,653,917 

8,315,454 

551,769 

4,077 

1,041,129 

14,008,846 

451,194 

3,364 

281,048 

482,309 

57,910 

7,588 

123,180 

61,905 
43,273 

210,948 

5,3.37 

36,269 

403,903 



27,649 

204,690 

305,090 

1,759 

434,141 

219,991 

1,310,557 

69,356 

1,558,560 
28,095 



11 



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No. 11. — Itemized Statement showing the Values of Imports 





ARTICLES. 




Entered for Home Coxsuiiptiox. 






1902. 


1903. 




Quantity. 


Value. 


Duty. 


Quantity. 


Value. 


Duty. 


1 


Wood and manufactures of — Con. 
Miscellaneous wood and manu- j 
factures, X.E.S., viz: — 
Cane, reed, or rattan, split 
or otherwise manufactured, 
N.O.P 




38,591 

131,455 
14,495 

17,570 
139 


•S cts. 

5,763 80 
26,228 85 




54,819 

126,880 
14,159 


•S cts. 
8,220 00 


2 

3 


Corks and cork wood or cork 
bark, manufactured, N.O.P 




25,298 21 


4 


Cane and rattan, not manu- 
factured 

Willow or osiers- 
Osiers or willows, unmanu- 








18,020 
62 




5 









6 


Wares and all manufactures of 

like material, N.O.P 

Total wiKxl and manu- 









1 






5,891,364 


390,199 22 


! 6.986. 470l 463.627 32 




W^ool and manufactures of (exfjorts) . 






7 

8 

9 

10 

11 

1'> 














Blankets Lbs. 

Cassimeres,cloths and doeskins. Yds. 

Coatings and overcoatings n 

Tweeds ■ 

Felt cloth, N.E.S 


91,i86 
3,808.352 
1,132,619 
1,841,393 

37,411 
823,275 


32,217 

1,928,545 

648,284 

1,017,776 

31,686 

153,355 


8,006 76 
408,882 75 
153,442 48 
245,919 57 
10,347 71 
46,757 55 


123,928 

4,286,328 

1,600,030 

2,573,412 

52,897 

758,818 


44,715 

2,377,842 

942,686 

1,395,177 

30,258 

140,042 


11,085 13 

572,960 85 

222,937 40 

334,135 58 

9,140 07 


13 
14 


Flannels . . i. 

Flannel shirtings imported for 
the sjjecial purpose of being 
manufactured into and ex- 
clusively used in the manu- 
facture of shirts, collars, 
cuffs, shirt waists and 
blouses, and to be cut into 
shape for such or any of such 
purposes in bond 

Knitted goods, including knit- 


43,353 13 


15 




82,267 
87,301 

1,701 


23,233 231 


105,708 
111,850 

8,030 
135 

882,573 


29,801 62 


16 


Shawls. 




20,561 80 
507 18 


4,177 


27,038 ()0 


17 
IS 


Bed c<jmforters and counter- 
panes No. 

Blouses and shirt waists 

Socks and stockings of wool, 
worsted, the hair of the alpaca 
goat, &c., &c Doz. prs. 

Hosiery, N.E.S „ 

Yarn, mohair Lbs. 

Yarn, spun from the hair of the 
alpaca or angora goat, when 
im]X)rted by manufacturers 
of braids for use exclusively 
in their factories in the manu- 
facture of such braids only. . n 

Yarn costing 30c. per lb. and 
over, imported on the coj), 
tube, or in the hank by manu- 
facturers of woollen goods for 
use in their products . ... n 


1,291 


2,123 98 
47 25 


19 


358,974 


574,315 
1.32,337 


142,785 42 
33,252 57 


} 518,378 


219,425 .57 


OJ 


118 

16,071 

657,815 
442,983 


99 
4,621 




2,284 1-684 




22 


1 


9,827 
945,687 


2,758 

434,930 
281,775 




23 


286,841 


i 42.937 60 


64,677 35 


24 


Yam, N.E.S 


165,221 37,641 50i 991,559 


63,036 32 



I 



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153 



into and Exports from Canada, &c. — Continued. 



I M POUTS. 


Exports. 






Value. 




Value. 


1899. 


1900. 

$ 

37,303 

79,291 
25,822 

2,893 

51 

8,596 


1901. 

$ 

39,392 

112,039 

16,458 

4,700 

254 
6 


1902. 

$ 

38,591 

13.5,334 
14,495 

17,570 
139 


1903. 

$ 

54,819 

127,213 

14,159 

18,020 
62 


1899. 

$ 

9,56i 


1900. 

ii^ieo 


1901. 


1902. 


1903. 


28,690 

106,743 
18,542 

11,087 


89 


16 


$ 


181 
1,660 


30,880,630 


32,998,171 










35,234,203 


40,868,016 


4,081,792 


5,003,298 


4,943,878 


5,899,440 


6,990,414 


33,161,.357 












37,255 


61,790 


76,556 


81,489 


64,222 


39,362 


49,720 

1,384,631 

592,331 

84.3,625 

27.292 

79,019 

5,315 

125,329 
73,174 

4,408 
10,051 

635,239 

31,449 

2,.545 

364 

257,654 
121,289 


32,457 

1,883,957 

485,324 

748,765 

50,315 
120,126 


28,706 

1,939,672 

642,042 

1,028,400 

31,661 

1.53,398 


44,021 

2,381,665 

944,809 

1,397,482 

30,232 

139,385 


1,559,978 
558,821 
513,513 












40,215 










64,810 
























210,763 
77,448 


93,200 
93,656 

1,568 
8,528 

526,548 

67,921 

755 

3,470 

240,424 

138,838 


82,465 
87,444 

1,756 


105,644 
111,461 

7,404 
135 

} 87,742 
1,684 

2,758 

435,484 
286,142 


















1,324 










113 












f 648,157 


572,183 

132,270 

99 

4,621 

283,5.38 
166,074 













[ 20,662 
2,766 












220 












169,810 
119,314 








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No. 11. — Itemized Statement showing the Values of Imports 







Entehed for Home Consumption. 




ARTICLES. 




1902. 


1903. 






Quantity. 


1 
Value. 


Duty. 


Quantity. 


Value. 


Duty. 








S 


$ cts. 




$ 


S cts. 




Wool and manufactures of —Con. 














1 


Yarn, wool: or worsted, the 
same being genapped, dyed 
and finished, imported by 
manufacturers of braids, 
















cords, tassels and fringes. . . . Lbs. 
Yarn, Botany yarn, in num- 


222,351 


21,576 


1 33,.530 


14,562 




2 












bers 30 and finer, on mule 
















cops, dry spun on what is 
















known as the French or Bel- 
















gian system, not doubled or 
















twisted, in white only, when 
















imported by manufacturers 
















of cashmere socks or stock- 
















ings, to be used exclusively 
















for the manufacture of such 
















articles in their own factories it 


145,266 


55,154 




129,776 


70,523 






Wool, class one, viz. : — 










3 Leicester, coltswold, Lincoln- 
















shire. South Downcombmg 
















wools, or wools known as 
















lustre wools, and other like 
















combing wools such as are 
















firrown in Canada 














4 


Wool, not further prepared 
















than washed, N.E.S Lbs. 


10,360,738 


1,374,0.54 




7,994,702 


1,239,998 




5 


Noils, being the short wool 








«, 






which falls from the combs 
















in worsted factories and 
















worsted tops N.E.S 




204,995 






187,835 




G 


All fabrics and manufactures, 














composed wholly or in part 
















of wool, worsted, &c., N.E.S 




3,374,062 


950,075 12 




3,711,910 


1,055,971 59 


7 


Clothing,ready-made and wear- 
ing-apparel, composed wholly 
or in pa--! of wool, worsted, 
















&c., N.E.S 




976,453 


294,422 60 




1,223,370 


368,771 74 


8 


Women's and children's dress 








goods, coat linings, Italian 








1 






cloths, alpacas, Orleans, cash- 
















meres, henriettas, serges, 
















buntings, nun's cloth, ben- 
















galines, whip cords, twills 
















plain or jacquards of similar 
















fabrics, comi>osed wholly or 
















in part of wool, worsted, the 
















hair of the camel, alpaca,goat 
















or like animals, not exceeding 
















in weight 6 oz. to the square 
















yard, when imix)rtcd in the 
















gray or unfinished state for 
















the purpose of being dyed or 
finished in Canada Sq. yds. 


314,417 


64,436 


13,332 79 


316,603 


60,187 


12,545 32 


9 


Shirts Doz, 


4,497 


30,891 


7,720 60 


3,723 


25,866 


6,779 01 


10 


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73,975 
426,510 


19,423 38 
100,591 87 




74,307 
551,026 


19,843 12 


11 


Kj iiudmiii i»o diiiu ui«*wcio . 

Carpets : — 
Brussels Yds. 


675,607 


855,792 


130,842 35 


12 


Tapestry r 


1.574,486 


555,906 


131,929 00 


1,851,035 


671,588 


158,408 87 



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155 



into and Exports from Canada, &c. — Continued. 



Imports. 


Exports. 


V.alue. 


Value. 


1899. 


1900. 

$ 

25,459 


1901. 

$ 

26,377 


1902. 

$ 
* 

21,576 
55,154 


1903. 

$ 

14,562 
70,523 


1899. 


1900. 


1901. 


1902. 


1903. 


19,751 


$ 


$ 


$ 














6 
















1,335,096 
148,194 


1,574,834 

151,510 
3,359,856 

994,295 

88,049 
30,946 
84,592 

493,789 
465,648 


1.292,895 

89,847 
3,099,154 

951,395 

51,195 

16,961 

111,109 

410,847 
469,860 


1,374,054 

204,995 
3,386,593 

975,587 

67,632 
31,074 
72,254 

419,655 
560,122 


1,239,998 

187,835 
3,754,413 

1,218,346 

60,546 
27,289 
75,928 

553,057 
658,415 


14,601 


420,776 


197,581 


302,245 


382,935 


3,377,094 












1,025,090 












48,088 












34,195 












71,614 













414,688 








468,916 







156 



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"No. 11. — Itemized Statetsient showing the "Values of Imports 



Entered for Home Consumption. 



ARTICLES. 



Wool and manufactures — Con. 
Carpets — Con. 

1 Other carpets Yds, 

2 Felt, pressed, of all kinds, not 
filled or covered by or with 
any woven fabrics Lbs. 

Shoddy Yds, 

Total wool and manufactures of 

4 Yeast cakes Lbs 

6 Yeast, compressed, in packages 

weighing less than 50 pounds. . m 
Yeast, compressed, in bulk or 

mass of not less than 50 pounds n 

Total yeast ,, 



Miscellaneous Articleii. 

Anatomical preparations and 

skeletons or parts thereof 

S Apparel, wearing, and other jjer- 
sonal and household effects, not 
merchandise, of British sub- 
jects dying abroad, but dom- 
iciled in Canada ; books, pic- 
tures, family plate or furniture, 
personal effects and heirlooms 

left by bequest 

Articles ex-warehoused for Excise 
purposes to be manuf., in bond, 
N.E.S 

10 Articles for the use of the Gov- 
' emor General 

11 Articles for the personal or 
official use of Consuls General 
who are natives or citizens of 
the country they represent, 
and not engaged in any other 
business or profession 

12 Articles imported by, and for the 
use of the Dominion Govern- 
ment, or any of the depart- 
ments thereof, or by and for 
the Senate and Housh of Com- 
mons. &c 

Articles for the use of the army 
and navy, viz. : 
13! Arms, military or naval cloth- 
ing, musical instruments for 
bands, militarj' stores and 
munitions of war ; also art- 
icles consigned direct to 
officers and men on board 
vessels of His Majesty's navy, 
for their own personal use. . . 




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SESSIONAL PAPER No. 10 



157 



into and Exports from Canada, &c. — Continued. 



Imports. 



Value. 



1899. 


1900. 


1901. 


1902. 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


32,000 


32,193 


42,021 


97,137 


178,083 
717 


173,399 
9,414 


182,062 
3,571 


192,592 
10,353 


11,180,808 


11,728,019 


11,243,746 


12,623,107 


304 


445 


235 


853 


210 


196 


831 


166 


75,328 


50,299 


47,900 


68,799 


75,842 


50,940 


48,966 


69,818 


1,052 


1,065 


1,244 


6,473 


29,511 


28,275 


4,079 


6,972 


55,553 


16,020 


13,647 


10,889 


3,952 


41,467 


3,574 


5,700 


856,451 


712,133 


1,646,337 


2,607,664 


387,930 


597,643 


632,616 


523,954 



1903. 



260,643 

214,140 
18,559 

15,130,302 

195 

61 

53,069 

53,325 



862 



Exports. 



Value . 



1899. 



51,856 



8,194 



,468 



5,439 



1,407,060 



1900. 



482,566 



1901. 



274,137 



1902. 



19U3. 



383,734 447,157 



11 



12 



13 



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No. 11. — Itemized Statement showing the Values of Imports 



14 



ARTICLES. 



Miscellaneous A rticles — Con. 



Articles for A. A. Teleg:raph Co. . 

Articles ex- warehoused for ships' 
stores ... 

Bird skins and skins of animals 
not native to Canada for taxi- 
dermic purposes not further 
manufactured than prepared 
for preservation 

Blast furnace slag 

Botanical specimens 

Cabinets of coins, collections of 
medals, and other antiquities. . . 

Casts as models for the use of 
schools of designs 

Circus menagerie 

Clothing and books, donations of, 
for charitable purposes 

Damaged goods, under sections 
49 to 53 of Revised Statutes, 
chap. 32 

Entomological specimens 

Fossils 

Goods, the growth, produce or 
manuf. of Canada, N.E.S., ex- 
ported and returned 

Hemp paper, made on four-cylin- 
der machines and calendered 
to between 000 and .008 inch 
thickness, for the manufacture 
of shot shells and primers for 
shot shells and cartridges ; and 
felt board sized and hydraulic 
pressed and covered with paper 
or uncovered, for the manufac- 
ture of gun wads when such 
articles are imported by the 
manufacturers of shot shells, 
cartridges and gun wads, to be 
used for the purposes only in 
their own factories 

Photographs not exceeding three 
sent by friends and not for pur- 
pose of sale 

Models of inventions and of other 
improvements in the art, but 
no article or articles shall be 
deemed a model which can be 
fitted or used 

Pictorial illustrations of insects, 
&c. , when imported for the use 
of colleges and schools, scientific 
and literary societies 

Settlers' effects . . . . 

Specimens, models and wall dia- 
grams for illustration of natural 
history for universities and 
public museums ... ... . 



Entered for Home Consumptiox. 



1902. 



Quantity. 



Value. 



1903. 



Duty. Quantity. 



$ cts . 



365,526 



73 
1,606! 

225| 

17,762 
72 



17,164 



13,506 
111 
132 



255,976 



2,513 82 



Value. Duty. 



$ cts. 



507 

458,387 



5 

3,182 

194 

41,497 



4,388 
95 

4,014 



95 

4,580,481 



1,214 



14,277 



36,647 

223 

61 



2.57,245 



229 
253 



13,825 



4,269 68 



6,442,724 



639 



i STATISTICAL AND FINANCIAL STATEMENTS ■ : 159 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 10 
into and Exports from Canada, &c. — Continued. 



Imports. 


Exports. 


Value. 


Value. 


1899. 


1900. 

$ 


1901. 

$ 
63 


1902. 

1 


1 
1903. 


1899. 


1900. 1901. 


1902. 


1903. 


S 


$ 
507 


$ 


$ 


§ 


$ 


$ 

\ 












141 


947 

3,933 

59 

17,223 

443 


152 
3,107 
3,.525i 

18,270 

300 

64,700 

16,8.56 

8,971 
175 
2.52 

168,354 

215 
109 

3,442 

15 
3,740,630 

1,565 


73 
1,606 

225 

17,762 

72 


5 

3,182 

194 

41,497 










7,553 
389 






















28 564 












426 


























16,855 

24,875 
64 


20,403 

147,097 

20 

240 

195,457 

6,057 
5,050 

8, .320 

1,031 
3,065,41C 

60f 


17,164 

13,132 
111 
132 

255,976 

4,388 
95 

4,014 

95 
4,580,481 

1,214 


14,277 

36,192 

223 

61 

257,245 

229 
253 

13,825 










27 












11,078 

12,384 
820 
































4 591 












88 












2,805,956 
427 


6,442,724 
639 


1,051,944 


1,165,893 


1,212,728 


1,592,845 


1,392,037 



19 



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I 





ARTICLES. 


Entered for Home Coxsumption. 




1902. 


1903. 




Quantity. 


Value. 


Duty. 


Quantity. 


Value. 


Duty. 


1 


Miscellaneous Articles— Con. 

Typewriter tablets with mova- 
ble figures, and musical in- 
struments imported by and 
for use of schools for the 
bhnd. 




225 
31.185 


•S cts. 




$ 
1 


$ cts. 


^ 


Other miscellaneous articles . . . 

Additional duties, post entries, 

&c 

Total miscellaneous 

Estimated amount short re- 
turned at Inland ports, 
and exix)rted to the 








28,015 




3 




72,994 33 






87,773 38 










8,461,515 


75,508 15 




8,835,818 


92,043 06 








4 
































196,480,190 
6,311,405 


32,425,532 31 




224,813,719 
8,976,797 


37,110,354 59 


5 










Grand totals 












202,791,595 32,425,532 31 




233,790,516 


37,110,354 59 



After 1900 no estimate is made of the amount .short reported in exports to United States. 



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SESSIONAL PAPER No. 10 



161 



into and Exports from Canada, &c. — Concluded. 



Imports. 


EXPORT.S. 


Value. 


Value. 

1 


1899. 


1900. 

35 
31,937 


1901. 

$ 

184 
33,875 


1902. 

$ 

225 
66,816 


1903. 


1899. 


1900. 


1901. 


1902. 


1903. 


$ 
491 


$ 


$ 


f 


$ 


$ 


23,592 


171,870 


184,142 


229,623 


49,029 


15,319 


384,544 




4,900,874 
















1,776,581 


4,372,771 


6,366,257 


8,125,233 


8,502,766 


1,236,086 


1,395,516 


1,261,757 


1,608,164 






4,559,530 


.^.461. 511 


* 


» 




181,325,075 
8,297,438 
189,622,513 


186,878,2.31 
3,537,294 
190,415,525 


205.958,753 
6,311,405 
212,270,158 






158,059,174 
4,705,134 


232, 238, 164 
8,976,797 
241,214,961 


154,880,880183,237,555 
4,016,025 8,657,168 


194,509,143 
1,978,489 


209.970,864 
1,669,422 


225,229,761 

619,963 

225,849,724 


162,764,308 


158,896,905191,894,723 


196,487,632 


211,640,286 



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Principal Articles. 


Quantities and Values. 


1889. 


1890. 


1891. 


1892. 


1893. 


1894. , 


» , 1 J . / Galls. 
Ale, beer and porter j ® 


322,735 
187,997 


376,656 
215,531 


434,448 
241,530 


494,065 
255,362 


339,084 
182,522 


308,071 
159,205 


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Cattle -! <i^' 

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Horises -j «. 

C.U i No. 
^heep -^ ^ 

All other $ 


1,064 
71,490 

.5,070 
636,594 

45,033 
111,468 

308,847 


3,201 
99,070 

2,688 
510,435 

49,754 
131,037 

421,321 


1,022 
49,893 

3,628 
548,376 

45.067 
123,784 

305,350 


2,320 
.59,599 

2,899 
603,970 

55,130 
179,396 

236,121 


1,851 
48,352 

2,357 
411,550 

41,258 
158,781 

66,380 


447 
16,048 

2,275 
435,785 

47,409 
116,574 

35,395^ 


Totals §• 


1,128,399 


1,161,863 


1,02'7,403 


1,079,086 


685,003 


603,802 


Asphaltum or asphalt i © ' 

T> 1 • ^ / Lbs. 
Baking powder 'I $ 


15,812 
23,396 

320,434 
90,813 


62,148 
68,454 

328,940 
94,701 


58,437 
50,728 

384,761 
110,550 


244,706 
152,136 

356,480 
103,901 


68,342 
36,308 

358,021 
103,708 


181,112 
111,441 

341,081 
98,051 


Books, pamphlets, &c. : — 

Books, printed, periodicals/ Lbs. 
and pamphlets, N.E.S. . . \ $ 

Bibles, prayer books, psalm 
and hymn books, &c $ 

Books, not printed in Canada, 
for nse of colleges, &c., free 
libraries, college libraries, 
&c., and law societies, and 
being the property, of the 
organized authorities of such 
library and not in any case 
the property of individuals ; 
also books in print more 
than 12 years $ 

Newspapers, and quarterly, 
monthly and semi-monthly 
magazine.^ and weekly liter- 
ary papers, unbound ... $ 

Pamphlets, advertising pic- 
tures, pictorial show cards, 
illustrated advertising peri- 
odicals, price lists and ad- 
vertising calendars, &c. . . / Lbs. 
l -1 


736^024 
165,627 




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779,154 
175,100 

11,986 
72,202 

383,417 
138,696 

224,264 

1,401,402 


692,932 

181,892 

49,160 
56,517 

367,957 
125,.355 

229,838 


692,995 
169,630 

20,144 
60,241 

423,899 
144,022 

247,623 


689,529 
160,004 

24,276 
59,495 

.387,281 
117,958 

254,916 


621,445 
144,081 

45,803 


78,799 

366,618 
157,603 

204,398 


74,119 

396,193 
117,643 

229,998 


Totals S 


1,342,451 


1,335,694 


1,334,655 

3,035,916 

68,834 

19,533,680 

237,408 

117,101 


1,306,178 


1,233,089 


Breadstufifs, &c., viz. •— 

T,. r Lbs. 
Rice -^ Sj 

M uncleaned, unhulled or f Lbs. 
paddy \ S 

All other S 


3,596,797 

73,662 

9,951,897 

193,051 

115,896 


2,574,929 

50,503 

21,238,137 

199,984 

126,322 


3.646,217 

79,446 

14,183,762 

174,517 

157,885 


3, 592, .303 

72,986 

22,089,124 

275,946 

123,365 


6,238,388 

106,882 

13,996,983* 

136,761 

124,034 


Totals S 


382,609 


376,809 


411,848 


423,343 


472,297 


367,677 



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SESSIONAL PAPER No. 10 

■chandise Imported into Canada during the Fiscal Years ended June 30, 1889 to 190;?. 
Canadian Returns.) 



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1895. 


1890. 


' 1897 . 


1898. 


1899. 


1900. 


1901. 


1902. 


1903. 


243,346 
123,289 


209,184 
123,660 


314,209 
134,897 


360,374 
166,436 


340,387 
168,291 


399,257 
223,571 


388,617 
207, 99g 


408,73c 
200,481 


507,184 
249,702 


2,470 
40,151 


515 
11,789 


4,300 

58,926 


1,480 
00,035 


2,204 
111,158 


3.054 
171,052 


9,112 
317,889 


11,395 
293,747 


38,041 
657,996 


2,232 
363,551 


3,094 
.562,109 


5,423 
404,405 


14,042 
700,301 


15,997 
700,990 


13,072 
747,125 


10,189 
072,206 


20,909 
1,234,694 


32,404 
2,059,487 


42,921 

65,258 


47,736 
80,437 


47,015 

.S7,284 


45,423 
94,070 


39,.599 
90,213 


40,881 
133,202 


84,011 

185,975 


140,354 
386,3.33 


80,282 
217,342 


43,789 


141,113 


78,902 


101,028 


116,261 


108,172 


76,271 


71,567 


105,255 


512,749 


795,448 


029,577 


902,694 


1,024.622 


1,160,151 


1,252,341 


1,986,341 




3,040,080 


61,487 
41,817 


84,694 
33,875 


7,493 
9,012 


132,405 
55,104 


180,(;85 
95,800 


02,282 
08,748 


50,986 
07,587 


75,522 
102,317 


(;0,937 
96,046 


306,973 
80,941 


315,080 
84,600 


280,438 
78,346 


377,303 
103,622 


348,709 
96,202 


392,703 
103,208 


377,702 
110,240 


300,903 

89,188 


304,161 
108.362 


1,488,940' 
488,385: 


],615,.599 
513.734 


1,629,348 
536,324 


5.32,167 


681 ^493 


(i54^02i 


'728^698 


700^047 


768^907 


130,797 


120,932 


1.35,704 


231, 754; 

i 


143.882 


143,780 


103,207 


107,834 


202,517 


95,997 


1 
107,8591 

1 


11.3,9.33! 


149,009:' 


165,343 


227,. 504 

1 


203,644 


189,807 

i 


226,701 



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433,147 
114,005 



416,114 
104,719 



392, 587 j 
101,6331 



292,771; 
71,593, 



301,223 

07,828 



195, 063 1 190,8531 189,807 



242,828! 250,948 



1,101,525| 1,155,024 1,200,1.59 1,305,421] 1,440,-372 



5,005,779; 7,3.52,966 

93,300 126,044 

14,.572,729 1.3,301,218 

108,477 



8,057,289 12,798,6841 10,591,950 



128,092 
140,176 



.362,168 



148,826 



383,347 



146,014 

2,812,9711 

34,552 

141,9.53 



268,751! 232,042 
8,615,978: 17,287,^12 
90,620, 183,115 

185,7981 232,200 



322,519 



545,169 648,023 



271,08.S 
00,712 

339,444 



1,507,928 



11,001,739 
220,890 

1.5,372,009 
187,947 

297,001 



711,904 



283,922 
60,855 

350,166 



1,663,001 



15,089,371 
317,020 

14,958 891 
178,547 

319,894 



145,809 1.59,471 



318,167 
76,519 

388,083 



1,668,159 



390,589 
88,185 

511,207 



1,9.57,048 



14,303,576 17,586,417 

298,295 371,887 

11,199,134 20,451,226 

146,728 270,874 



815,461 



461,146 



906,169 



563,687 



1,212,448 



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No. 13. — Statement of the Quantities and Values of the Principal 



Peixcipal Articles. 



Bread.stuff.s— Co7i. 
Grain, viz. : — 

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Oats. . . 
Wheat , 



All other 

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Grain products, viz. :- 
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Bush. 

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Bush. 

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1880. 1890. 



1891. 1892. 189.3. 



7,349,729 9,959,815; ii,253,565 
3,178,9()9; 4,194,3201 3,308,786 



429,748 
125,320 



960,2.52 
2.50,162 



1.34,401 

48,148 



3,700,308 5,100,901 
2,188,833 2,619,607 



201,973 
70,624 



,30,990 
13,002 



1,724,985 2.844,955 2,-571,493 
■ 2,643,879 



1,677,178 2,582,709 
91,071 104,097 



107,397 



5,049,561] 4,1.50,252 
5,202,469j 3,423,777 

2,072,989J 295,225 



5,372,.538l 7,131,288 6,108,210; 9,534,915 6,3.51,611 



In lian or corn meal . 



Wheat flour. 



Brl.s. 



Brls 

S 



All other 

Totals, grain products. 
Totals, breadstuifs 



Bricks, clays and tiles : — 

Kir«i bricks 

All other 



Totals. 



41,114 

1.54,3.52 
369,513 

279,371 
1,093,718 

60,035 



1,564,380 
7,319,.527 



124,40l| 97,427 



189,198 
381,506 

185,4.58 
672,715 



125,760 
324,642 

65,884 
269,508 



1894. 



11,782,716 
5,547,179 

817,718 
245,699 

4,761,724 
3,252,117 

210,643 



9,255,638 



44,871 20,015 



74, 
204 

54, 
2.39 



.552i 

,738| 

,911 1 
992 



63,774 58,665| 54,016 

1,242,396 7.50,2421 543,617 



65,347 
158,452 

.53,039 
180,845 

67,183 



436,095 



8,750.493] 7,270,300: 10,501,875| 7,260,003 



/ Lbs. 



Bristles 

Broom com S 

Brooms and brushes S 

Carriage's, viz. : — 

Bug^ie.>i. farm wagons, carts / No. 

and pleasure carts or rig.s, &c t -S 

Railway pass nger cars -! ^ ' 



9S,465 
107,108 



96.537 
156,505 



116,390 
163,523; 



115, 
156 



,992 

,558 



265,633 



70,383 
62,297 

94.560 

92,90! 



Bicycles, tricycles, &c 

All otlier 

Toals 



/ No. 
I S 

.- S 



598 
38,35'^ 

4« 
220,059 

426 i 
16,.50ll 

125,S02 



253,042 279,91;^ 



272,-5.50 



125,900 
136,093 



202,593 



7-5,-5381 
70,876 

97,527 

100,-595 



79, 415 1 
64,3,S6 

109,042 1 

I 
112,151 1 



98,545] 
71,895, 



84,-'?5i 
66,428 



76,003 

69,424 
149,240 

88,115 
250,601 

6(^,080 

542,044 

10,16-5,-359 



84,842 
124,052 



209,494 



115,479 144,987 
109,009} 110,724 



-517 
28,600 

70 
106,048 

1,119 
45,523 



714 j 
42,274 



, 477] 
28,000 



45| 113! 

153,1931 190,729: 



1,565 
62,955 



Ceme.it, viz. :- 
Poriiaii J. . . . 



All ot er 

Totals 



r Brls. 
\ S 

.. s 

s 



400,718 



1 6,974 
186,672 

19,119 



131,715 80,972 



193,566 
92.874 



311,880 



.339,394] 505,229 



2"0,174 
324,47(5 

1-3,5931 



183,668 
306,-582 1 

9,119 



185,459 
277,047 

6,206 



472 
25,:h8ii 

113 
64,437 



216,440 
121,359! 



427,016; 



66,5 8 
55,400 

121,297 

106,052 

469 

20,408 

15 
9,202 

7,775 
34.5,483 

140,795 

515,888 



22-5,534' 
310,078, 

10,969; 



205.791 338,069 315,701 1 283,253 321,047 



228,336 
286,341 



3,030 
289,971 



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179 



Quantities and Values. 



1895. 


1896. 


1897. 


1898. 


1899. 


1900. 


1901. 


1902. 


1903 . 


2,937,400 
1,495,060 


6,050,860 
2,472,963 


9,190,310 
3,221,273 


19,975,701 
7,027,576 


24,152,980 
, 9,245,038 


18,110,183 
7,163,485 


14,774,232 
6,648,081 


4,983,565 
2,770,456 


6,861,115 
3,737,383 


223,577 
69,277 


472,728 
123,346 


1,090,860 
280,326 


1,224,115 

338, .372 


8.37,367 
292,060 


1,315,630 
422,977 


2,523,092 
946, .511 


322,4.54 
131,818 


166,662 
70,651 


3,848,517 
2,418,728 


4,060,429 
2,701,586 


5,845,139 
4,191,944 


4,414,307 
4,204,760 


8,111,327 
7, 020, .521 


.5,947,489 
4,542,170 


8,416,,5S0 
6,370,314 


9,487,255 
7,217,137 


7,296,831 
5, .556, 705 


154,465 


183,290 
5,481,185 


995,432 

8,688,975 


460,356 


.356,822 


337,268 


380,444 


286,552 


.534,121 


4,137,530 


12,031,064 


16,914,441 


12,465,900 


14,345,350 


10,405,963 


9,898,860 


90,280 


64,707 


43,864 


67,331 


64,318 


74,266 


90,493 


104,519 


108,628 


25,746 
63,338 


61,673 
117,165 


21,670 
33,716 


83,960 
146,654 


49,924 

82,275 


40,388 
76,413 


27,219 

57,684 


26,136 
66,033 


25,390 
65,431 


148.773 
395,218 


99,840 

298,889 


84,825 
269,993 


40,741 
168,255 


69,428 
233,534 


55,569 
181,899 


49,403 
1.56,009 


49,988 
155,544 


33,818 
111,056 


47,994 


72,474 


66,778 


102,482 


111,965 


99,683 


140,839 


93,040 


161,221 


596,830 


553,235 


414,351 


484,722 


492,092 


432,261 


445,025 


419,136 


446,336 


5,096,528 


6,417,767 

129,024 
132,004 


9,425,845 


13,060,955 


18,054,556 


13,610,065 


15,605,836 


11,731,268 


11,557,644 


79,979 
108,131 


100,025 
124,048 


115,683 
125,124 


165,482 
172,629 

338,111 


383,814 
2,38,279 


451,292 
241,705 

692,997 


374,724 

267,155 


517,375 
299,677 


188,110 


261,028 


224,073 


240,807 


622,093 


641,879 


817,052 


82,472 
63,046 


82,099 
57,539 


79,770 
.53,547 


85,808 
59,295 


106,725 
74,140 


107,387 
84,105 


66,051 
60,691 


107,850 
78,920 


115,400 
92,388 


118,744 


109,969 


81,373 


106,330 


108,251 


134,384 


212,0.37 


202,487 


165,231 


85,820 


93,205 


105,506 


140,66u 


159,547 


191,004 


194,833 


222,295 


248,819 


858 

45,484 


1,645 
81,076 


1,546 
68,220 


2,875 
130,899 


3,255 

158,948 


2,606 
127,969 


2,174 

126,982 


3,940 
199,858 


.5,277 
268,335 


23 


81 
55,398 


61 
19,959 


22 
10,068 




23 
28,516 


109 
46,597 


36 
45,611 


52 


13,949 


74,812 


56,651 


9,. 309 
404,953 


17,513 
744,687 


24,5:8 
795,705 


27.308 
605,963 


26,744 
497,161 


14,541 
234,384 


10,887 
153,346 


5,862 
81,714 


4,451 
60,500 


228,919 


529,312 


746,526 


569,714 


652,045 


1,023,068 


79.5,642 


1,103,181 


820,211 


693,305 


1,410,473 


1,630,410 


1,316,644 


1,382,966 


1,413,937 


1,122,.567 


1,430,361 


1,205,697 


199,852 
248,734 


205,186 
240,.388 


217,798 
258,913 


-^1, 153,640 
369,720 


*1, 434, 844 
471,951 


*1,312,170 
501,521 


^1,614,666 
660.544 


*2,022,566 
861,7.51 


*2, 572,088 
901,063 


9,113 


12,494 

252,882 


8,286 


11,713 


12,420 


19,072 


15,224 


30,020 
891,771 


22,614 


257,847 


267,199 


381,433 


484,371 


520,593 


675,768 


923,6/7 



*Cwt. 

10— i— 12i 



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(Quantities and Vaiaks. 



PinNCII'AL Articleh 



1889. 



1890. 



1891. 



1892. 



1893. 



1894. 



130,856! 123,324J 107,462' 123,8541 143,335; 121,443 



Clocks and parts of § 

Coal and coke, viz. : — , 1 

f Tons. 1,291,705 1,201,335 1,399,067 1,479,106 l,500,5.50i 1,530,522 

Anthracite -, § 5,199,481 4,595,727 5,224,452 5,640,346 6,3.55,285' 6,3.54,040 



Bituminous 



Coke. 



J Tons. 1,311,275 1,530,020 1.664,086 1,693,832 1,730,971 
3,388,816 3,819,6731 4,209,882 4,257,479 4,260,.506: 

/ Tons^ 

I 8 



1,391,901 
3,.368,192 



All other •'? 

Totals -S 

Cocoa, chocolate, and prepara- ( Lbs. 

tions of • • ■ L S 

Coffee and imitations of :— 

Coffee, green •, § 



All other .... 
Totals. 



f^'ordage, twine and mfre. of : — 
Twine for harvest binders, / Lbs. 
of jute, &c y ^ 

All other •? 



Totals . 



Cott<jn and infrs. of : — 
Fabrics, white or bleached and 
gray or unbleached /Sq yds 

Fabrics, printed or dyed f Yds. 
N.O.P ' ^ 



Handkerchiefs 

Sewing thread on spools.. . . . . 

Uncoloured n ittnn fabrirs, viz. : 
Scrims and window scrims, 
aimbric cloths. muslm 
apron check.s, l)rillants, 
eords, piques, &c., Swiss ja- 
conet, and cambric muslins, 

&c i 

I 

Velveteens, velvet and plush/ 
fabrics, N. K.S ' 

Yarns, knirtnit.', hosiery or J 
other cotton yam ' 

Yarn.s X.E.S { 

Cotton waste, not dyed, &c. - 



29,770 
92,441 

.54,324 


36,609 
134,164 

51,987 


38,445 
177,340 

38,492 


43,178 
193,782 

41,526 


42,129 
157,071 

47,517 

10,820,379 


41,199 
175,532 

48,543 


8,735,062 


8,601,551 


9,6.50,166 


10,1.33,133 


9,946,307 


515,673 
91,498 


671,012 
120,207 


726,870 
136,067 


815 319 
163,427 


942,299 
206,660 


1,01.3,974 
190,241 


3,03;,437 

518,828 

24,848j 


3,033,9&5 
591,224 

30,745 


3,227,621 
672,327 

26,190 


3,212,050 
634,818 

27,428 


3,471,301 
6.50,766 

10,016 


3,114,698 
595,839 

29,822 


543,676 


621,%9 


698,517 


662,240 


660,782 


625,661 



129,013 ■ 



29,718 
5,1.59 



221,757 2,333,172, 1,444,901 1,216,7^5 
26,911 178,046 127,6401 106,861 



121,296; 138,528 127,709; 126,499 



129,013i 126,455 



165,439i 305,755 254,139 



1,352,959 l,204,910i 1,218,918 1,184,335 1,473,976 
1.53,846 139,845; 164,467 137,874 151,856 



124,888 



231,749 



1,530,853 
147,983 

24,509,704 24,133,221 23,475,496 2.5,524,712 23,531,088 21,839,474 
1,659,001 1,741,143 1,663,416 1,-513,4.36 l,748,.520l 1,562,104 

109,883 101,001 105,020 112,540 112,^63 102,969 

309,532 290,399 303,036 290,313: 328,2.55] 252,006 



Yds. 




12.3,185 


1,742,006 


2,100,614 


2,.-!51,091 


2,382,473 


S 




16,271 


174,948 


183,065 


226,241 


203,552 


Yds. 


.326,513 


326,332 


790,285 


866,223 


S90,168 


1,131.218 


•S 


7.5,121 


82,990 


178,917 


204,714 


212,713 


269,73(5 


Lbs. 


39,361 


.54,188 


82,721 


(jr., 117 


4.5, (-.38 


.5(i, tl9 


S 


11,468 


17,923 


23,910 


19, .5.35 


13,348 


12,6.59 


Ll)s. 


348,166 


244,9.37 


129.177 


269,223 


944,. 361 


.526,183 


S 


74,090 


53,864 


36,4.56 


61,467 


]1.5,.578 


99,978 


Lbs. 


3,430,527 


.3,179 172 


3,800,632 


4,247,085 


4, 900, 756 i 


4,734.182 


S 


222,942 


222,527 


274,066 


284,701 


333,662 


292,455 



* Yards. 



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181 



Quantities and Values. 



1895. 


1896. 


1897. 


1898. 


1899. 


1900. 


1901. 


1902. 


1903. 


110,402 


121.673 


118,047 


163,780 


186,398 


199,518 


208,032 


233,790 


270,717 


1,404,342 

5,350,627 

1,-596,668 
3,647,303 

43,235 
149,434 

52,443 


1,574,-355 
5,667,096 

1,701,172 
3,623,238 

61,612 
203,826 

55,031 


1,4.57,295 
5,695,168 

1,698,159 
3,522,911 

83,330 
267,540 

58,088 

9,543,707 


1,460,701 

5,847,685 

1,942,000 
-3,599,144 

135,060 
347,040 

46,092 

9,839,961 


1,745,460 
6,490,509 

2,172,047 
3,699,629 

141,284 
362,826 

44 524 


1,654,401 
6,602,912 

2,908,2.53 
4,448,254 

187,878 
506,839 

98,444 

11,656,449 


1,933,283 
7,923,950 

2,683,706 
.5,280,-307 

308,786 
680,1.38 

275,880 


1,652,451 
7,021,939 

.3,247,256 
6,020,129 

267,142 

842,815 

265,770 


1,456,713 
7,028,664 

3,754,011 

8,206,505 

256 723 
1,222,756 

465,214 


9,199,807 9,549,191 


1C,597,488 

1,583,669 
307,-577 


14,160,341 


14,150,653' 16,92.3,139 


1,006,511 1,049,433 
177,757 180,501 


1,222,940 
203,691 


1,240.118 

238,235 


2,012,816 
390,821 


2,277,619 
438,417 


2,199,758, 3,114,576 
414, 351 1 561,270 


3,256,677 3,320,982 
591,351 646,315 

27,016* 37,563 


4,505,301 

677,842 

50,221 


4,720,781 
475,950 

59,162 


5,185,602 
510,840 

66,280 


4,91-3,233 
490,594 

81,909 


.3,850,838 
405,443 

88,332 


5,874,856, 6,227,0.59 
50-,727| 525,111 

83,102' 09,511 


621,367 

2,107,324 
121,605 

108,814 


683,878 


728,063 


535,112 


.577,120 


572,-503 


493,775 


590,829 594,622 


.3.023,896 
155,929 

105,103 


.3,394,475 

181,817 

100,099 


8,679,823 
491,104 

107,174 


10,629,286 
818,412 

176,926 


8,017,688 
866,892 

147,250 


9,674,268 
928,096 

253,584 


14,927,302 14,204,515 
1,507,344 1,810.238 

465.862 572,078 


230,419 


261,032 


281,916 


.598,278 


995,338 


1,014,148 


1,181,680 

*18,08.3,452 
1,053,755 

30,799,539 
2,952,858 

200,597 
262,054 

1.469,140 
134,755 

1,246,900 
296,909 
414,736 
92,215 
654,091 
192,760 

4,939,020 
267,431 


1,973,206 2,382,316 


*2,593,736 
229,458 

28,971,572 
2,281,762 

97,876 

324,834 

2,598,126 

217,628 

740,360 

167,808 

62.126 

14,024 

650,325 

101,209 

11, .598,4.54 

653,323 


* 3, 163,260 
269,004 

32,144,774 

2,576,379 

11.5,540 
317,322 

2,163,431 

189,487 

994,436 

217,823 

66.019 

15,780 

1,248,170 

174,280 

5,947,634 

321,192 


*3, 209, 883 
281,618 

27,102,139 
2,176,012 

130,4-39 

318,908 

1,306,984 
100,399 

1,020,284 

223,673 

62,108 

14,726 

851,593 

163,180 

2,448,405 
172,548 


*4,654,819 
316,119 

31,304,955 
2,467,100 

104,123 

.306,4.33 

1,566,233 
119,695 

1,009,705 
222,149 
169. 099 
26,928 
796,852 
154,622 

4,496,633 
208,727 


*8.577,047 
553,572 

-35,510,093 
3,091,489 

159,872 

282,864 

1,896,-537 
1.56,504 

1,000,400 

220,254 

307,-505 

(;4,100 

1,294.614 
212,365 

4,263,270 
171,638 


^•9,278,833 
642,714 

34,825,977 
3,304,729 

144,881 

255,237 

1,903,-325 
159,518 
949,949 
217,722 
521,-327 
99,-581 
941,134 
221,612 

5,570,526 
279,647 


*13,819,501 
877,541 

36,193,723 
3,482,2.53 

233,409 

254,858 

2,224,600 
190,524 

1,591,232 

.381,190 

210,013 

41,604 

1,355,989 
249.073 

5,1.32,084 
265,058 


*17.765,193 
1,050,170 

37,328,497 
3.539,368 

2.33,516 

300,740 

2,654,114 
210,570 

1,.5(I0,7.52 
.380,772 
121,016 
27,662 
817,485 
262,311 

5,633,880 
290,275 



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Principal Articles. 



Cotton and nifrs. of — Con. 

Cotton wool or raw cotton., i Lbs. 

I $ 

Another $ 

Totals 8 

Curtains S 

Drugs, dyes, chemicals, viz.: — 
Aniline dves, and coal tar 
dyes, in bulk or packages of 
not less than 1 lb. including 
alizarine and artificial ali- 
zarine i Lbs. 

\ S 

Cream of tartar in crystals . ■! » ' 

Extract cf log wood, fustic / Lbs. 
and oak bark I $ 

Gums, opium, crude -j j;^ ' 

Liquorice, paste, in roll or/ Lbs. 
sticks \ $ 

Proprietary medicines $ 

Soda, nitrate of, ooda ash, 
soda caustic in drums, bich- 
romate of soda, sal soda, and 
silicate of soda, in crystals 

or in solution / Lbs. 

I $ 

All other , $ 

Totals -S 



Earthenware and chinaware : — 
White granite or iron stone- 
ware and C. C. or cream 
coloured ware 

China and porcelain ware . . 

All other 

Totals 



Electric apparatus $ 

Embroideries, N.O.P $ 

* Included with ' Fancy goods ' prior to 1890. 



Quantities and Values. 



1889. 



35,793,067 
3,612,574 

1,876,448 

8,104,905 



1.51,240 
91,653 

705,462 
159,245 

1,646,887 
76,064 

69,636 
196,100 

1,317,216 
107,165 

208,360 



1890 



33,456,015 
3,539,249 

1,652,881 



7,858,093 
7,051 



168,897 
112,320 

3.56,107 
77,977 

1,855,558 
83,825 

129,.581 
325,903 

1,146,466 
96,522 

205,749 



1891. 



35,643,056 
3,603,185 

1,442,247 



7,969,668 



209,521 



1892. 



42,075,440 
3,389,232 

1,611,367 



7,808,244 



270,795 



280,6081 
129,282} 

473,047! 
104,294 1 

2,3.58,9021 
105,1961 

156,841! 
.372,676 

1,012,7.52 
87,036 

185,004 



1893. 



1894. 



36.362,577 
3,201,452 

1,834,796 



.31, 43 -.,347 
2,610,538 

1,531,430 



8,279,2841 



314,085 



7,085,410 
290,086 



28.3,141 

148,178 

.570, .369 
119,599 

2,905,493 
129,609 

146,625 

384,705 

1,189,760 
102,105 

227,244 



22,854,2.51 24,627,554 24,380,2.54| 25,152,260 
272,039 300,041 i .3.54,135 .387,242 



1,388,663 



2,499,289 



1,452,341 1,439,781 



2,654,678i 2,777,404 



285,941 j 225.591 215,259 
166,9561 183,993 173,178 



1,463,462 



2,962,144 



462,032 

218,089 

716,678 
124,410 

3.050,941 

131,567 

I 

15.5,151 

430,366' 

1,474,325' 
140,7871 



.501,805 
197,121 

703,900 
103,134 

3,441,571 
1.53,819 

87,015 
210,993 

1,265,.531 
122,713 



203,7121 193,545 



26,.50.5,173 2.5,616,025 
397,669| .337,193 

l,574,028i 1,413,590 



3,220,6281 2,732,108 



265,079 254,831 
230,5981 203,879 




231,601 
234,310 
239,136 



528,285 
199,949 



i STATISTICAL AND FINANCIAL STATEMENTS 

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183 



QUAXTITIES AND VALUES. 



1895. 



1896. 



1897. 



1898. : 1899. 



1900. 1901. 



45,325,832: 33,479,3.58: 39,305.733; 58,203,600 

2,853,987! 2,84.5,371 ! 3,117,092; 3,875,847 

I I 

944,554i 1,032,252^ 914,345j 1,264,541 

7,886,463 8,074,430; 7,613,540J 9,126,284 

264,137 286,071 1 202,8281 313,235 



594,880 
212,983 

742,922 
97,770 



145,570 

32, t40 

84,186 

1,278,734 
103,948 
\ 

270,248 



28,332,535 
335,208 

1 511,248 



739,8681 
286,019; 

615,074; 
113,2501 

I 

2,850,586' 

146,273 

53,053 

138,867 1 

1,969,599 
152,871' 



627,256 
249,917 

82 ',070 
147,934 

3,832,950 
151,422 

57,050 
148,460! 

1, 102, 960 ' 
87,103, 



244,335; 239,236 



2,761,161 



192,605 
143,504 
19!»,316 



837,048 
292,477 

843,264 
138,461 

4,357,870 
193,154 

59,841 
162,853 

1,286,667 
97,123 

301,549 



26,887,560 25,350,899 29,830,050 
315,710 2'.)9,791i 357,328 



1.609,699 



3,007,024 



1,614,132 



2,937,995 



535,425 



185,180 
161,291 
221,922 



568,393 



389,365 
126,366 



321,931 
144,596 



140,753 
192,586 
264,986 



598,325 



461,007 
142,422 



51,809,061 
3,129,579 

1,518,811 



9,501,048 
392,020 



54,912,849 
4,229,198 

1,948,521 



11,503,360 



442,074 



640,203 
179,659 

782,870 
116,632 

4,8.36,122 
176,747 

65,500 

1!)4,488 

1.805,552 
126,293 

331,195 



36,261,418 
340,003 



49,064,959 
4,773,993 

1,949,391 



12,173,718 



435,805 



2,160,997, 2,457,445 



3,703,942; 3,928,52: 



9.50,458 
300,946 

887,588 
134,852 

5,407,903 
208,017! 

59,3671 
196,076! 

1,489,416 
104,660 

345,658 



34,507,271 
403,427 

2,432,635 



4,126,271 



197,450 201,28; 199,257 



206,147! 261,214 
323,860: 440,946 



727,457' 903,446 



443,992 
38 937 



554,890 
47,7('3 



264,989 
502,008 
966,254 



91(>,594 
290,136 

1,051,170 
167,611 

5,897,509 
220,778 

85, .513 
309,858 

1,575.345 
112,103 

378,717 



41,003,295 

509,278 

3,030,580 



5,019,067 



1902. 



64,225,764 
5,599,031 

2,141,071 



1903. 



13,715,612 



476,378 



1,114,165 
343,737 

1,C80,116 
163,514 

9,989,651 
344,429 

72,806 
249,888 

1.952.302 
132,560 

390,541 



35,881,930 
447,273 

3,464,787 

5,536,729 



67,942,139 
5,968,333 

2,671,050 



14,934,767 



590,632 



1,219,386 
3h4,916 

1,01.5,376 
107,780 

13,522,100 
400,945 

04,560 
196,315 

2,073,083 
147,274 

4.56, .587 



45,232,704 
603,136 

3,510,632 



5,927,585 



226,910 1.53,548; 215,978 

336,093 342,479 375,951 

576,049; 731,959! 794,521 



1,1.39,058 1,227,9861 1,386,450 



875,328| 938,000 1,373,022 1,046,489 
55,254: 57,742 62,760 92,631 



184 



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No. 13. — Statement of the Quantities and Values of the Principal 



Quantities and Values. 



Principal Article^^ 



1889. 



Fancy goods : — 
Braids, bracelets, cords, frin 
ges, tassels, &c S 

Flowers, artificial S 

Feathers, ostrich and vulture, 
dressed and fancy 8 

Lace, lace collars, lace nets,&c. 8 

Toys and dolls, of all kinds . . 8 

All other 8 

Totals 8 

Fish and fish products, N.E.S.: — 
Cod, haddock, ling and pol-/ Cv.t 
lock — dry salted or smoked I 8 

Herring.*, pickled or salted . I o*" 

Oysters, shelled, in bulk.. . . | ^^^' 

All other 8 

Totals 8 

Flax, hemp, jute and manufac- 
tures, of; — 

Carpeting, matting and mats 
of hemp $ 

Damask of linen, stair linen, 
napkins, doylies, tray cloths 
quilts, and like articles of / Yds. 
linen, N.O.P t 8 

Handkerchiefs -S 

Hemp, undressed -j ~ 

Jute cloth as taken from the 
loom, neither pressed, man- 
gled, calendered, nor in/ Yds. 
any way finished \ S 

1 Yds 
Linens, brown or bleached . -j ^' ' 

Linen ducks, canvas, hucka- 
backs, or other manufactu- 
res of flax, N.E.S 8 

Linen thread -j g^" 

Towels 8 

Another 8 

Totals 8 

'"Includes 'Feathers, N.E.S.' 



592,634 
*97,963 
149,210 
1629,359 
156,599 



1890. 1891. 1892. I 1893. 



557,312 

163,631 

48,591 

1672,611' 

173,147 



266,648 247,856 



369,618 
191,440 
63,362 
541,722 
157,789 
190,339 



471,390 

209,948 

43,497 

567,534' 
169,674. 

175,048 



1894. 



530,462 

200,276 

54,540, 

507,5871 
168,543 
172,228 



1.892,413' 1,863,148 1,514,270! l,637,09ll 1,723,636 



.56,2391 
211,651 



49,563 
188,893 



16,977,254' 11,515,005 



267,117 

234,502 
252,879 



239,878 

230,315 
275,340 



126,7731 
492,918, 

9,130,798! 
198,9631 

184,428^ 
242,963 



201,398' 
588,039 

7,246,599 
143,811 

206,501 
237,584i 



91,847 
338,372 

10,212,228 
147,792 

186.874' 
22.3,853 



509,082 
167,441 
80,375 
595,014 
143,772 
165,103 
1,660,787 



170,293 
702,364 

9,106,535 
102,529 

204,701 
205,164 



265,056; 257,867 



996,703, 961,978 



93,314' 



899,013 
211,697 

108,066 

160,183 
1.214,088 



3,673,248 
283,205 

1,090,458 
99,322 



294,788, 360,104 



1,229.632. 1,329,538 



370,136 401,856 



1,080,153' 1,411,913 



r7,282 



823,0071 
224,6951 



73, .371 72,329] 



90,835 



848,930! 1,083,7431 1,710,826| 
230,248i 255,3331 314,598| 



78,183 



1,171,857 
226,388 



104,2471 111,958; 122,4191 139,960j 119,916 



97.004 

774,587 



3,674,180 
175,389 

684,805 
76,227 



128,748] 
864,597; 



7,200,913 
330,081 

1,067,693' 
94, 259 1 



172,027 
877,989 



6,416,723 
300,971 

1,195,610 
103,725 



198,800' 
1,150,134; 



7,959,4701 
3.55,254 

1,197,967 
95,259 



102,247 

482,289 



7,045,686 
298,813 

947,717 
74,216 



418,068 


426,3451 


394,980 


438,594 


450,863 


408,714 


.332,623 
177,919 


302,4861 
171,3371 


295,776 
15.5,725 


298,686 
153,817 


304,965 
1.55,919 


261,285 
155,944 


207,664 


151,174 


166,474 


194,347 


184,045 


161,009 


204,334 


300,313 


279,5.57 


273,129 


244,105 


257,811 


3,017,677 

1 


2,481,-596 


2,701,250 


2,792,653 


3,180,972 


2,263,283 



t Includes ' Curtains.' 



i STATISTICAL AND FINANCIAL STATEMENTS 185 

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Articles of Merchandise Imported into Canada, &c. — Continued. 

Quantities and Valuks. 



1895. 



401,908 
147,408 
117,144 
545,684 
139,260 
122,596 



1896. 1897 



302,701 
160.161 
200,929 
526,496 
140,952 
138,011 



1,474,000! 1,469,250 



151,313 
510,699; 

7,798,5431 
94,4911 

183,129 
186,921 



137,480 

458,548 

5,228,261 
47,600 

163,103 
171,054 



1,111,845 



947,088 



84,596 



225,528 

100,680 

173,439 
622,396 



8,538,508 
333,-573 

642,553 
49,351 



100,251 



189«. 1899. ; 1900. i 1901. 



323,131 
187,877 
176,896 
533,163 
159,209 
101,543 



1,481,819 



114,454 
340,682 

2,609,053 
21,406 

1.56,535 
156,170 



319,734 269,886 382,734 



900,992 



90,458 



270,5581 
110,643- 

197,324 

745,730 



10,235,185 
398,808 

984, 547 i 
71,5831 



418,742 495,743; 



227,475 
130,209 

111,401 

281,035 



2,357,511 



218,137 
119,228; 

122,216' 

310,822 



2,745,582 



251,108 

102,.580 

342,364 
531,372 



11,051,082 
446,242 

792,455 
69,554 



349,177 

222,611 
109,970 

97,7751 

266,603| 



375,959 
223,643 

222,618 



382,8311 404,388; 387,760 
194,136 173,793 141,039 
283,024! 291,200; 218,922 



1902. 



694,1521 621,967 693,735 
184,5061 182,453 199,.305 
121,145 137,309 141,486 



1,822,023 1,801,720 1,903,907 



119,213: 
332,509 



59,886 
194,091 



4,367,854} 5,626,1.34 
50,0U9i 74,656 



151,918 
151,4341 



162,224 
169,599 



378,465 493,730 



72,181 
272,120 

9,097,342 
119,918 

163,097 
178,732 

554,663 



912,417| 932,076 



119,804 



153,219 



1,125,4.33 



119,.383 



289,0611 

1 

112,623; 

147,650| 

572,8531 



368,322 

129,437 

190,552 
941,029 



13,719.2791 11,760,421 
502, 61 7 j 449,903 

1,152,1921 1.104.430 
101,4.57 89,998 



308,508 

238,641 
116,428 

108,570 

394,334 



421,370 

144,961 

243,412 
944,277 



13,604,155 
624,091 

1,562,130 
134,744 



452,846 

276,691 
131,761 



2,314,839 2,626,255 



415,005 

219,423! 
114,817! 



134,.329! 149,314J 
479,644! 500,564 



797,497 
230,369 
1.5.5,135 



1,930,722 



29,225 
95,087 

7,891,149 

107,881^ 

166,096 
183,686 



108,996 



451,036 
160,716 



71,398 
265,099] 



170,210 
197,701 



99,839 



477,255 
151,690 



108,299 160,795 
676,475 1,296,799 



15,162,.'}6H 22,317,975 
663,752' 930,342 



1903. 



404,892 517,976 

I 

179,022; 161,(i26 

2.38,541 314,454 

969,807: 1,201,175 

273,203 312,874 

159,481 205,698 



2,224,946 2,713,803 



109,548 
367,611 



8,286,277 9,741,628 
146,962: 157,224 



205,804 
251,427 



506,176 544,7621 523,603 



892,830 1,154,524 1,299,865 



95,024 



580,020 

158,283 

129,856 
1,022,460 



23,374,735 
909,760 



748,377 i;470,522 1,084,561 
62,5881 123,344! 94,170 



510,.514 511,959' 586,913 



334,274 
151,620 

133,528 

486,091 



340,647' 334,398 
189, .5531 171,884 



3,275,7031 3,623,311 3,40.5,.316 



152,501 
426,625 



4,359,907 



164,627 

544,867 

4,32«,008 



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Xo. 13. — Statement of the Quantities and Values of the Principal 



Quantities and Valves. 



Pkincipai, Articles. 



1889. 1890. 1891. 



Fruits, viz. : — 

Fruits, dried, including nuts — 

Currants ( ^|'^- ' 

p ■ • ( Lbs. 

Kaisms - ,^ 

Nuts, aU kinds | ^J^' 

All other S 

Totals, fruits, dried. . S 

Fmiis, green — 
Bananas jBunches 

Oranges, lemons and limes . . S 

All other .? 

Totals, fruits, green.. 8 , 

Fruits, canned or preserved i 

jellies and jams, &c S 

Grand totals, fruits. . S 

Furs, skins and manufactures of — 
Fur skins, wholly or partially 

dressed S 

Fur skins of all kinds, not 

dre.ssed in any manner, n. e. s. S 

.\li other -S 

Totals -S 

Glass and manufactures of : — 
Glass carl»ys or demijohns, 
empty or filled, bottles, de- 
canters, flasks and phials. . . •"* 
(ilass jars and glass balls, and 
cut, pressed (>r moulded, 
crystal or glass talile ware, 
decorated or not, including 
lamp chimneys, glass shades 
or globes, and blown glass 

table ware .? 

Common or colourless window j' .Sq.ft. 
glassand plain coloured, &c. I § 

Plate gla.ss, all kinds ( ^^g^* • 

All other . . -S 

Totals -S 

Gloves and mitts of all kinds. . . -S' 

(ilue and glue stock and mucilage -^ 

Grasses and fibres and mfrs. of. -S 



6,.586,671 
236.727 



1892. 1893. 1 1894. 



5,015,402| 
159,370 



8,268,721! 8,598,031 
378,2.33 405,6401 



2,995, 177 
176,187 

186,0.55 



3,341,546 
194,220 

234,208 



977,202; 99.3,438 



14.5,619; 

177, 198 j 

514,163 
.551,021 



1,242,382 



56,481 



2,276,065 



233,275 
271,445 

658,484 

663,457 



1,.59.3,386 



62,529 



2,649,353 



5,474,787 
212,990 

10,700,330 
446,637 



6,363,1S2 
235,710 

9,040,023 
331,198 



3,071,454 3,644,555 
212,176; 225,499 

286,653, 228,899 



1,158,456 1,021,306 



5,368,031 
198,594 

9,579,750 
312,148 

3,54.3,437 

220,850 

180,270 
911,862 



284,733 
324,7901 



288,865: 
298,080 



709,7491 744,998 
379,262: 548,449, 



430.240 
437,181 

798,232 

I 

399,562 



6,78.3,235 
151,198 

10,804,273 
317,403 

4,201,765 
219,834 

218,108 



906,543 



515,553 
504,3.31 

88(;,849 

496,722 



1,413,801 1,591,527' 1,634,975' 1,887,902 



73,822 



2,646,079 



r2,642 



60,998t 60,481 



2,685,475 2,607,835 2,854,92^ 



654,953 .584,202 
516,.525 396,178. 
109,915 146,118 



477,9541 604,794 
485,927' 649,257 



102,601 



1.281,-393 1,126,408 1,066,482 



96,455 



647,161 619,044 
785,433 627,678 
100,448 133,819 



1 350,506 . 1,533,042 1,380,.541 



141,970 

412,211 
lo,958,.505 
291,251 
560,808 
204,1.52 
143,609 


125,189 135,309 

.385,708 387,028 
15,134,148 14,484,788 
319,855 349,738 
639,689 528,733 
230,294: 214,787 
190,6671 172,570 


131,861 

379,511 
14,838,967 
402, .507 
701,600 
225,572 
l.,8,759 


157,710 

369,257 

18,321,891 
386,480 
622,936 
171,6.36 
143,809 


203,102 

310,663 
15,246,274 
329, S26 
777,204 
18.3,480 
143,903 


1,19.3,193 


1,2.51,713} 1,259,432 


l,2f»8,21o! 1,228,892, 1,170,974 


637,191 
96,675 
84,039 


702,047 ()60,674 
95,807! 1.31,891 
90,23q! 116,2.55 


681,016 
107,853 
102,345 


701,686 

137,453 

97,845 


664,843 

106,680 

96,373 



i STATISTICAL AND FINANCIAL STATEMENTS 

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187 



Quantities anii Values. 



1895. 


1896. 


1897. 


1898. 


1899. 


1900. 


1901. 


1902. 


1903. 


5,123,083 
104,948 


6.727,072 
131,036 


5,461,505 
125.350 


0,558,092 
230,507 


7,298,685 
212,688 


8,333,435 
248,296 


3,121,722 
219,072 


7,501,397 

294,883 


8,708,985 
239,256 


13,266,405 
381,011 


10,499,929' 
304,467, 


8,979,443 
329,654 


10,770,401 
410,747 


10,977,5.35 
404,837 


11,708,048 
555,044 


13,131,663 
753,798 


10,506,311 
491,097 


13,379,009 

772,864 


3,255,350 
184,079 


3,783,7151 
215,609 


3,533,250 
196,206 


4,572,859 
249,813 


4,780,749 
323,768 


5,859,703 

379,208 


6,643,050 
411,803 


6,760,005 
425,628 


7,749,809 
501,816 


221,823^ 


296,328 


170,603 


366,808 


279,253 


426,910 


395,378 


432,085 


488,043 


891,861 


947,440 

501,.555' 
489, «12! 


821,813 


1,269,965 


1,220,540 


1,610,058 


1,780,051 


1,643,693 


2,061,979 


475,457 
470,957 


386,013 
402,121 


4.55,037 
460,228 


534,400 
513,250 


.517,998 
519,342 


581,624 
579,479 


76.5,767 
738,168 


942, 4i3 
819,236 


710,552 


857,350, 


743,746 


786,610 


952,555 


913,235 


1,14.5,303 


1,248,302 


1,106,064 


357,888 


426,912 


374,016 


396,999 


420,404 


479,521 


491,250 


608,024 


629,258 


1,539,397 


1,774,074 


1,519,883 


1,643,837 


1,892,209 


1,912,098 


2,216,092 


2,594,494 


2,555,158 


74 728 


87,984 


71,460 


86,919 


116,786 


175,840 


187,920 


158,742 
4,396,929 


169,552 


2,505,986 


2,809,498 


2,413,156 


3,000,721 


3,229,541 


3,097,990 


4,184.069 


4,780,089 


518,512 


564,014 


333,094 


401,881 


503,583 


096,084 


889,224 


945,824 


919,024 


486,400 


598,354 


496,962 


43.3,080 


782,149 


1,240,-589 


1,388,286 


1,842,857 


2,202,417 


112,664 


93,584 


59,665 


85,164 


209,429 


177,488 


129,418 


178,418 


172,045 


1,117,576 


1,255,952 


889,721 


920,l--'5' 1,.5.55,161 


2,114,761 


2,400,928 


2,967,099 


.3, 2! '4, 086 


234,894 


178,888 


191,464 


181,582 


18.3,439 


219,407 


206,293 


329,104 


324,488 


320,808 
14,364,097 
2.55,561 
670,111 
1.58,785 
142,129 


.339,610 
14,863,630 
269,254 
548,341 
149,648 
167,651 


345,543 
14,019.675 
271,064 
065,107 
187,737 
141,878 


274,223 

16,874 387 
317,715 

' 12i3,64.3 
151,069 


353,785 
17,070,490 
372,122 
849,289 
211,107 
208,301 


348,152 
24,091,091 
621,-108 
897,900 
21.5,118 
^ 255,871 


369,. 339 

16,558,814 
408,319 
717,284 
194,004 
280,907 


340,544 

25,3.55,644 

7 IS, 638 

1,147,396 

257,141 

281,052 


408,700 
28,622,422 
7<i6,8t)8 
1,217,306 
255,725 
330,663 


1,112,177 


1,105,051 
636,618 


1,138,286 


1,047,632! 1,328,754 

1 


1,659,956 


1,584,922 


1,932,539 


2,086,444 


631,070 


511,464 


570,822' 718,031 

1 


702,960 


702,747 


6?3,234 


872,121 


101,498 


91,766 


96,489 


143,224 


174,137 


173,423 


201,582 


194,144 


190,915 


72,459 


75,948 

i 


60,471 


143,245 


96,750 


108,555 


134,131 


201,038 


.559,769 



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'No. 13. — Statement of the Quantities and Values of the Principal 



Quantities and Values. 



Principal Akticj,es. 



Grt-ase, viz : — 

Grease, rough, the refuse of 
animal fat for the manufac- 
ture of soap f Lbs. 

(. S 

All other S 

Totals S 

(iunpowder and other explo- 
sives. -S 

Gutta-percha and mfrs. of : — 
Gutta-percha | ■'"^^• 

Clothing and clothing made 
water-proof with india-rub- 
ber .S 

Rubber, crude, caoutchouc or 
india rubber, unmanufac- 
tured / Lbs. 

I S 

All other $ 

Tutals .S 

Hats, caps and bonnets, viz. : — 

Of beaver, silk or felt -S 

Of straw, grass, chip or other 
materials, N.E.S. . $ 

All other hats and materials for S 
Plaits, plain, chip, manilla, 

cotton, mohair, straw, tus- ( Lbs. 

can and grass I .s 

Totals .-r; 

Hides and skins other than fur. S 
Hops / Lbs. 

Jewellery . . . § 

Leather and manufactures of :— 
Calf, kid, lamb and sheep- 
skins, dre.ssed, waxed or (Lbs. 
glazed \ S 

Sole leather, all kinds -[ ^J^" 

Upper leather, including don- 
gola, cordovan, kangaroo, 
alligator and chamois skins 
01 other u i >per leather, N. E. S / Lbs. 
dressed, waxed or glazed. . .[ $ 

Boots and shoes $ 

All otlier .S 

Totals .? 

Marble and manufactures of . . . . S 



1889. 1890. 1891. i 1892, 



1893. 



1894. 



4,122,975 3,726,76.3 2,1.08,431 4,819,302 3,397,682 4,959,252 
173,405 154,855 89,8731 208,961 183,492 228,564 



15,337 



15,432 11,263 



13,938 



55,094 



46,592 



188,742 170,287: 101,136! 222,899 238,.586 275,156 



106,731 123,592 



1,527,429 1,190,918 
671,110, 536,386 



111,028 141,707 



142,992 



1,511,777 
741,648 



293,2.'5' 374,879. 379,276 



141,585i 99,848 

62,299: 36,892 

580,309i .590,751 



1,606,9931 1,5.38,908 



768,514] 

361,901 ; 

199,043 

196,373 
30,082 



90,867 

48,542 

422,929 

1,592,395 



782,124 

304,760 

173,413 

173, 567 i 
29.736 



816,925 
280,266 

22.5,728 

281,872 
43,771 



1,360,140 1,290,033 1,366,690 



1,.597,632 1,712,012 2,022,710 



685,197 
207,572 



1,284,676 
218,623 



597,182 
239,911 



932,829 
257,702 



259,843 



1,167,529 
451,103 
420,230 



1,. 388, 878 



792,663 

225,6.33 

241,047 

224,061 
41,150 



608.997 
223,904' 



112,882 



513,811 
199,331 



285,9291 247,979 



1,543,858 1,.563,892 
009,619 718,2.54 
455,569 329,752 



1,575,021 1,495,316 



1,300,493 



1,837,102 

771,183 
209,119 



477,081 444,096 351,311' 289,338 



142,061 179,055 

109,249 111,714 

917,628 766,103 

«21,084 174,988 



9,093 

6,928 
2.50,288 
639.246 



1,227,.395 
118,410 



287,013, 
602,498| 



164,090 
115,009 
421,810. 
105,575 



5,187 

2,975 

255,408 

477,071 



793,955 

284,158 

287,078 

313,.S90, 
49,263! 



715,547 

295,224 

254,239 

.328,017 
57,190 



1,414,454 1,322,200 
2,045,175 1,895,232 



.514,021! 
158.693 



488,729 
136,221 



251,045, 240,986 



1,176,213 956,038 



99",320i 107,661 



107,308 
104,895 
557,520 
120, 440 1 



2,577 

1,108 

284,990 

572,836 



1,084,281 



106,003 



249,887 
129,219 
641 205 
133,261 1 



20,118 

10,123 

307.361 

003,247 

1,243,211 



97,067 



275,622 

155,645 

447,243 

96,830 



20,383 

12,545 

246,i85 

463,583 



975,488 



94,697 



i STATISTICAL AND FINANCIAL STATEMENTS 189 

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Articles of Merchandise Imported into Canada, &c. — Continued. 

C^UANTITIES AND VaLUKS. 



1895. 


1896. 


1897. 


1898. 


I 
1899. 


1900. 


1901. 


1902. 


1903. 


4,947,652 
249,247 


6,519,542 
260,530 


4.582,483 
151,523 


2,878,030 
132,325 


3,893,676 
148,086 


4,333,279 
215,980 


4,792,179 
232,033 


5,079,195 
292,226 


7,06(5, 670 
416,793 


49,937 


83,002 


41,329 


50,501 


51,680 


83,918 


152,990 


137,616 


158,470 


299,184 


343,532 


192,852 


182,826 


199,766 


299,898 


385,023 


429,842 


575,263 


141,924 


139,623 


130,387 


138,430 


212,609 


247,511 


287,630 


423,982 


397,905 


476,673 
182,179 


438,653 
185,967 


2,204 
1,992 


9,440 

2,450 


391 
452 


2,252 
1,713 


19,845 
13,338 


7,358 
2,125 


2,675 
4,375 


171,941 


116,848 


84,631 


146,502 


151,842 


1.52,791 


170,000 


234,187 


4(35,454 


926,171 
488,562 
319,517 


1,716,923 
825,095 
317,816 


2,012,692 

1,055,837 

358,042 


2,447,919 

1,584,940 

406,444 


2,211,321 

1,632,764 

559,587 


3,002,576 

2,026,769 

672,061 


2,997,017 

1,755,488 

659,359 


2,903,080 

1,404,257 

790,735 


2,858,778 

1,532,998 

867,689 


1,162,199 


1,472,726 


1,500,503 


2,140,336 


2,344,645 


2,853,334 


2,598,185 


2,431,304 


2,870,516 


721,749 


724,832 


683,611 


822,041 


888,374 


1,02.5,115 


1,074,418 


1,100,811 


1,113,184 


284,167 
298,073 


300,562 
351,611 


278,293 
305,014 


^ 683,958 


710,544 


748,119 


748,692 


831,619 


887,085 


257,146 
54,529 


664.547 
108,737 


350,204 
59,989 


364,491 
55,157 


320,641 
81,012 


262,565 
68,444 


506,716 
100,629 


547,615 
97,927 


640,761 
113,423 


1,358,518 


1,485,742 


1,326,907 


1,561,156 


1,679,930 


1,841,678 


1,923,739 


2,030,357 


2,113,692 


1,966,620 


1,964,251 


2,425,975 


3,601,382 


3,877,991 


4,219,399 


4,120,443 


5,086,052 


5,6(;2,744 


879,655 
132,347 


533,515 
77,926 


628.028 
85,246 


567,571 
101,308 


717,555 
136,223 


1,030,849 
154,712 


794,770 
149,728 


802,737 
1.31,964 


613,203 
168,732 


27<;,364 


297,003 


294,525 


341,39(5 


473,143 


578,963 


539,116 


648,590 


7-15,404 


712,728 
357,816 
601,389 
122,538 


683,864 

347,596 

323,929 

73,990 


553,381 
358,011 
584,^^37 
131,246 


516,187 
400,464 
921,859 
218,950 


341,812 
289,441 
602,582 
148,245 


302,177 
279,161 
553,784 
172,921 


248,346 
212,677 

272,858 
74,992 


294,737 

237,128 

235,196 

64,264 


308,393 
216,750 
375,950 

77.489 


305,878 
189,286 
306,692 
260,493 


! 

311,697 
192,790 
350,240 
278,497 


606,077 
297,278 
320,025 
276,190 


409, (t50 
303,500 
378,453 
379,149 


385,689 
339,361 
451,376 
458,319 


479,527 
309,963 
541,665 
571,039 


268,094 
234,428 
642,790 
568,425 


257,033 
181,069 
701,383 
620,918 


1 

i 185,367 
129, .573 
743,378 
743,734 


1,236,825 


1,243,113 


1.382,750 


1,679,816 


1,686,742 


1,874,749 


1,733,312 


1,804,762 


1,910,924 


83,522 


90,065 


77,110 


99,352 


101,879 


94,460 


97,010 


12°, 781 


153,481 



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Xo. 13. — Statement of the Quantities and Values of the Principal 



Quantities anu Values. 



Pkxxcii'al Ahticles. 



Metals anH minerals and manu- 
fact res of ■ — 
Brats and manufactures of .. . S 

CnpptT and manufactures of : — 
Copi^er m bolts, >)ars, and rods 

in coils or otherwise, in 

lengths not less than 6/ Cwt. 

feet, unmannfactuied . I S 
Copi>er, in strips, sheets or 

plates, not ijlariished or/ Cwt. 

coated, &c I, S 

„^. I Lbs. 

^^"•^ I. -S 

All other ' S 

Totals, copper, &c S 

Gold and silver and mfrs. of : — 
Electro-jilated ware and gilt 

ware of all kinds, N.E.S. S 
Sterling or other silverware S 
All other 8 

Totals, gold and silver, &c -S 

Iron and steel and manufac- 
tures of : — 
Agricultural implements. . •? 
. Bar, iron or steel rolled, 
whether in coils, bundles, 
rods or bars, comprising 
rounds, ovals, squares and 
flats, roUe^l shapes, N,O.P J Cwt, 
I S 
Bar iron, rolled or hammered 
comprising flats, rounds 
and squares, &c., N.E.S ( Cwt. 

Cast-iron pipe, of every/ Cwt. 
description I S 

Engines, locomotives -', ^ ^' 

.1 other and boilers, 

N.E.S.... -S 

Hardware, viz.— 

Builders, caVjinetmakers,' 
ujiholsterers, ' liariiessma- 
kers', sadd ers' and car- 
riage hardware, including 
curry comVjs, and horse 
boots, N.E.S $ 

Iron and steel.rolled, round 
wire rods in the coil, not 
over § inch in diameter im- 
ported by wire manufac- 
turers for use in making 
wire in the coil in their 

factories f Cwt. 

1 S 



1889. 1890. 1891. I 1892. 



1893. 



1894. 



539,428 553,023| 603,368 539,384 514.151 



10.281: 

107,801; 

7,932j 
140,927 



13,6G0 
119,8001 

9,575 
137,593 



13,526 
148,4.38 

8,305 
131,304; 



15,471 
100,323 

10,939 
161,715 



11,450 
119,803 

9,2K9 
122,640 



529,847 1,085,282 1,178,741 
100,309, 167,715 199,643; 

50,3.58 58,893 85.322i 



405,395 484,001 



152, 932 j 167,917 



78,563 



231,495 263,613 



209,462 



95,696 



703,978 1,0.50,283 
116,212 150,350 



61,47; 



81,300 



564,7071 439,727 474,093 



460,483 



10,488 
93,092 

8,806 
104,969 

277,063 
33,840 

54,913 



286,814 



155,906 



83,100 
239,006 



1.55,461 204,724 



152,304 181,653 
112^248 ' 118^36 



264,552 300,089 



307,798 249,146 



321,82(i 
404,052 



223,863[ 

i 

26, 

171,0891 



181,7.59 
309,721 

81,598 
106,554 

17 
131,677 



.38,096 2^,801 



192,684 
325,373 

42,586; 
57,613 

10 
67,209 

51,012 



439,230| 447,377; 428,018 



13.3,830] 
232,2431 

86,2511 
100,415 

31 

248,432 

20,096 



446,675 



186,537 

9ili59.5 

286,132 

24.3,848 



100,309 
174,3811 

105,015' 
101,481 

10 
75,093 

117,325! 



447.231 



98,693 
168,051 

47,385 
48,088 

12 
64,345 

34,386 



.351,806 



i STATISTICAL AND FINANCIAL STATEMENTS 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 10 
Articles of Merchandise Imported into Canada, &c. — Continued. 



191 



QUAN'lITIES AND VaLUES 



1895. 



467,141 



1896. 



1,451 
14,651 

12,812 
137,904 

496,51" 
51,66l' 

52,462 

2.J6,679 



169,309 

120,146 

.•)2,749 

342,204 



298,465 



97,414 
169,116 

53,241 
60,409 

20 
146,211 

30,436 



297,509 



542,874 



2,051 

24,282 

14.611 
168 421 

346,942 
46,902 

5.-),449 



295,054 



136,749 

154,677 

54,416 

345,842 



469,875 



67,546 
121,096 

4.3,778 
47,415 



80,147 
28,030 



291,943 



1897. 



525,412 



2,.309 

30,030 

I 

17,2.511 

16(1, 321 ! 

228,399 
29,330 

50,581 



270,262 



11.5,135 

131,973 

48,770 



295,878 



604,322 



73, .576 1 
1.39,3121 

28, 382 1 
34,103 



118,463 
48,147 



289,458 



1898. I 1899. 1900. 1901. 1902. 



62.3, 80S 824,479, 937.888 921,190 



.38,089 
438,968 

18,849 
231,938 

3.54,015 
49, .399 

148,089 

868,394 



163,332 
94,919 
44,383 



302,634 



1,029,588 



270,841 
372,073 



20,315 
278,553 

13,134 
148, .594 

280.648 
45,144 

.326,100 



798,391 



199.1.35 
92,918 
46,251 

338,304 



1,037,883 



325,960 
448,592 



33,701 
38,240 

108 
570,091 

101,053 



424,116 



671,773 
6.58,1.53 



10.5,493 
105,059 



.398,118 
111,154 



572,154 



695,992 

76.5,777 



31,587 
555,278: 

14,8]0{ 
226,2.56 

i 

7(19,499' 
152,7451 

I 



31,028 
521,614 

25,874 
208,477 

5.5.5,847 
102,664 



337,380 270,130 



1,271,659 1,102,891 



199,881 216,738 
93,456 90,010 
49,585) 55,046 



342,922 361,794 



1,823,944: 1,898,760 



267,593 
526, 790 i 



267,857 
4^8,942 



25,910' 

61,859| 

72 i 
446,097; 

292,2.39; 



592,332! 



839,870 
1,196,593 



410,094 
615,136 



1903. 



1,11.5,425 



55,095 
767,315 

22,525 
307,429 

603,268 
93,891 

338,636 



1,.507,271 



228,404 
75,7.33 
48,459 



352,596 



2,6.54,991 



.525,450 
947,420 



1,321,0S() 



62,677 
813,294 

17,009 
269,954 

503,710 
74,560 

386,602 



1,544,410 



274,934 
97,711 
64,791 



437,436 



3,155,779 



803,824 
1,328,342 









31,4.39 
.50,223 


29,351 
44,691 


59,862 
112,709 


67 
497,401 


90 
748,129 


99 
1,222,521 


370,403 


383,681 


610,584 


542,281 


653,837 


773,167 



1,103,641 
1,523,792 



1,012,479 
1,415,447 



Sec under ' Miscellaneous inetals,' pages 196 and 197, vrior to 1898. 



192 



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No. 13. — Statement of the Quantities and Values of the Principal 



Principal Akticlkj^ 



Metals and minerals and nianu. 
factures of : — Con. 
Iron and steel and mfrs. of — Co7i. 
Iron or steel ingots, cogged 
ingots, blooms, slabs, bil- 
lets, puddled bars, and 
loops or other forms, N.O. 
P., less finished than iron 
or steel bars, but more 
advanced than pig iron, 

except castings . / Cwt. 

\ -S 
Iron in pigs, kentledge and / Tons. 
cast scrap-iron I $ 

Machinery and machines :— 
Mining machinery -S 

Printing presses, iC-c -j ^ g ' 

Sewing machines, or/ No. 
heads or parts of . . . . I, S 
All other machines or ma- 
chinery 8 

Railway bars and rails of 
iron or sceel, for railways, 

&c / Tons. 

I. S 

Railway fish jilates | g 

Rolled iron or steel angles, 
channels, beams, girders, 
structural shapes, &c., of 
any weight per lineal yd. / Cwt. 

Sheet iron, common or black 
smoothed or polished and 
coated or galvanized, &c., 
Canada plates and plates 

of iron and steel, &c i Cwt. 

\ * 

Steel rails -'l (^ ' 

Steel ingots, cogged ingots, 
blooms and slai3s,by what- 
ever ])rocess made billets 
and bars, bands, hoops, 

strips, &c / Cwt. 

.1. -S 

Steel bars, rolled or hamn.er- 
ed, comprising rounds and 
squares, shapes of rolled 

steel, &c., N.E.S / Cwt. 

I, •§• 

Steel in bars, bands, hoojis, 
scroll or strips, sheets or 
plateij, of any size, thick- 
ness or width when of 
greater value than 2ic. ))er 
lb., N.O.P .'..../ Cwt. 

Cutlery f 

Muskets, rifles, &c 8 



(Quantities anu A'alues. 



1889. 1890. 



I 
1891. 1892. I 1893. 1894. 



79, .52.3 
66,548 
73,844 

881,52.5 



3161 
115,148! 

5,312j 
117,0761 



15,041 

15,923 

86,475 

1,137,312 



9,950 

265 

98,085 

4,628 
106,868 



1,362,487 1,650,741 



1,759; 
52,166 

2,638 
66,545 



148,589 
241,189 



302,673! 
643,483' 



1,490 
47,845 

2,816 
77,089 



199,097 
348,479. 



468,339 
840,3.35! 



41,567 

38,931 

81,689 

1,092,983 



78,432 

337 

114,992 

3.786 
96,015 

1,388,008 



2,615 
98,419 

3,759 
118,948 



172,275 
283,519 



322,484 
715,677 



1,727,334 1,781,922) 2,521,310 
1,921,932! 2,204,085! 3,197,280 



223,772 
504,747 



192,497 
.521,956 



153,731 

427,816 



357,169 

128,4.52 



411,897 
141, 40S 



64,397 

50,186 

68,965 

883,378 



6.5,269! 

58,533 

.57,313 

687,6741 



66,039 
57,874 
43,278 

498,188 



61,848 87,208 87,035 



140,914 

4.299| 
93,145! 



448 
14.3,045 

4,338 
93,126 



1,520,676] 1,615,218 



4,107 i 
123,128! 

2,612 
78,0121 



1.53,517 
220,4571 



364,716 
900,379 

1,654,935 
1,738,661 



156,807 
419, .336 



14,077 
326,.5.50 

4,5761 
110,951! 



209, .335 
267,439! 



414,950 
793,967 

2,022,968 
1,993,219 



165,900 
388,110 



275 

60,822 

3, .542 

81,886 

1,456,794 



12,132 
270,073 

6,597 
171,624 



20.5,488 
240,805 



429,614 
784,574 

1,749,348 
1,748,660 



1.5S,000 
329,024 



288,508! 
13.3.755 



345,203 

1.55,082 



305,884 
1.34, SlT, 



292,7.58 
126,677 



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193 



Quantities and Values. 



1895. 


1896. 


1897. 


1898. 


1899. 


1900. 


1901. 


1902 


1 

1903. 


83,281 


133,495 


93,438 


114,601 


96,939 


255,145 


233,984 


401,306 


393,905 


70,449 


115,530 


78,406 


83,256 


81,283 


362,463 


206,975 


419,543 


380,034 


31,845 


38,413 


25,975 


39,490 


4.5,384 


63,484 


40,245 


.55,023 


89,069 


343,964 


408,561 


291,859 


405,419 


465,387 


990,810 


586,983 


786,433 


1,291,716 


169,749 


193,098 


128,780 


202,213 


298,010 


721,942 


1,534,659 


843,905 


980,145 


344 


347 


302 


551 


541 


411 


1,474 


759 




136,144 


128,035 


91,982 


176,806 


206,339 


217,082 


285,522 


200,895 


313,590 


4,940 


4,289 


3,967 


5,557 


7,630 


9,439 


10,.329 


12,798 


14,839 


117,793 


113,354 


100,926 


120,401 


159,147 


214,205 


202,793 


246,179 


331,366 


1,146,690 


1,286,567 


1,541.601 


2,083,135 


2,781,529 


4,119,617 


4,077,372 


5,079,191 


6,200,142 


4,415 


6,543 


4,095 


7,059 


4,823 


.5,649 


4.947 


8,285 


12.221 


87,969 


121,195 


82,354 


88,494 


86,614 


138,494 


142,590 


206,908 


233,901 


1,650 


2,228 


3,224 


7,843 


5,807 


8,460 


4,616 


4,094 


7,047 


49,8.58 


50,396 


67,475 


171,962 


131,141 


226,380 


105,960 


122,840 


210,085 


219,424 


238,164 


298,165 


307,895 


339,161 


783,770 


427,-599 


811,956 


1,023,021 


250,427 


270,261 


338,139 


332,115 


365,201 


1,060,618 


6.59,740 


1,146,942 


1,329,077 


355,807 


376,567 


401,235 


556,062 


546,163 


594,075 


446,774 


709,894 


865,905 


707,869 


750,140 


810,180 


98.5,973 


1,184,251 


1,340,269 


1,105,687 


1,833,804 


2,197,804 


972,578 


1,043,511 


1,833,-526 


2,103,562 


2,076,658 


2,617,646 


2, .51 4, 785 


2,447,-356 


3,072,060 


838,144 


1,034,578 


1,443,857 


1,810,605 


1,714,228 


2,787,866 


3,329,919 


2,746,222 


4,2.56,064 


20,736 
18,645 


33,296 
3.5,493 

139,283 
317,070 


45,885 
48,680 

179, .553 


























118,893 
222 365 














320 704 


















74,031 


108,887 


381,405 


12.5,705 


1.35,650 


119,747 
601,479 








2.50,453 


272,386 


858,296 


414,963 


59.5, •-'99 


207,573 


26^118 


230, i87 


357,762 


427,137 


418,4.58 


483,499 


.529,511 


019,H24 


115,810 


117,900 


92,753 


137,040 


127,288 


140,336 


177,309 


250,969 


349,393 



10— i— 13 



194 TRADE AND COMMERCE i 

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No. 13. — Statement of the Quantities and Values of the Principal 



, 




Q 


CANTITIES 


AND Values. 




Principal Articles. 














1889. 


1890. 


1891. 1 


1892. 


1893. 


1894. 


Metals and minerals and mfrs. of— Con. 
Iron and steel and mfrs. of — Con. 
Tools and imijlements — 
Cai-penters', coopers', cabi- 
netmakers' and all other 
mechanics' tools, N E.S. $ 


240,376 


234,387 


236,136 


291,834 


310,550 


251,435 


All other tools, &c $ 

Tubing- 
Wrought iron tubes or/ Lbs. 
pipes 1. $ 


220,878 

8,689,533 
204,474 


237,077 

6,153,325 
174,420 


242,720 

5,447,086 
172,834 


210,380 

4,823,351 
141,793 


214,103 

5,883,-589 
151,775 


190,581 

8,230,950 
184,448 


( Ft. 
" I -1 


2,802,735 
244,964 


2,914,412 

297,608 


3,471,673 
510,312 


3,323,213 

426,228 


4,039,054 

389,706 


3,233,778 
359,097 


Universal mill or rolled/ Cwt. 
edge steel plate 1, $ 

Ware : stamped tinware, gra- 
nite ware, enamelled iron 
or steel ware, &c. , all kinds $ 












5,653 








.'« 




7,302 


4,584 


42,042 


155,206 


152,220 


197,240 


21 1,353 


*Wireofallkinds,N.E.S. { *^^^*^- 


136,639 
455,612 


101,749 
375,204 


90,880 
347,274 


88,924 
353,488 


104,340 
360,434 


137,006 
340,280 


Wrought scrap iron and 
scrap steel, being waste or 
refuse, wrougtit iron or 
steel that has been in 
actual use, and is fit only 
to be remanufactured not 
to include cuttings or clip- 
pings which can be used as 
iron or steel without/ Cwt. 
remanufacture \ $ 


53.5,898 
335,090 


947,589 
679,323 


879,347 
652,842 


652,551 
433,695 


904,522 
569,907 


599.3t,2 
35.5,472 


Another $ 


2,776,038 


2,692,817 


2,290,.524 


2,297,981 


2,389,902 


2,023,333 






Totals, iron and steel. $ 


12,426,275 


13,524,442 


13,815,080 


12,405,683 


12,784,044 


11,040,619 


Old scrap and pig I j^ ' 


74,223 
213,053 


101,587 
284,246 


1 

86,154 
242,434 


97,875 
256,340 


94, .558 
215,395 


69,492 
147,316 


All other $ 


74,193 


88,975 


82,676 


63,262 


73,733 


56,3.37 


Totals, lead $ 


287,24C 


373,221 


325,110 


319,602 


289,128 


203,653 


Tin and manufactures of — 

Tin in blocks, pigs or bars. - ^ ' 


13,951 
253,092 


14,126 
266,46ii 


15,629 
275,343 


1 16,1.53 

1 287,572 


16,778 
318,071 


18,844 
280,088 


Tin plates and sheets \ \ ' 


259,448 

871,856 


267,634 
908,56? 


214,68? 
854, 77C 


385,924 
1,23.5,961 


302,619 
892,106 


307,378 
956,813 


All other $ 


119,324 
1,244,272 


114,84£ 


76,875 


1 70,781 


64,462 


73,909 


Totals, tin $ 


1,289,877 


1,206,98C 


1,594,314 


1,274,635 


1,310,810 


Zinc and manufactures of . . $ 


128,571 


170,121 


143,67? 


t 197,423 


181,772 


132,371 



' Wire rigging for ships ' and ' wire screens, doors and windows ' not included. 



STATISTICAL AND FINANCIAL STATEMENTS 



195 



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Articles of Merchandise Imported into Canada, &c.— Continued. 



Quantities and Values. 



1895. 1S96, 



216,670 

212,853 

7,314,568 
156,430 

3,847,689 
315,237 

186,457 
99,845 



148,910 

194,974 
335,106 



1897. 1898. 



220,964 

252,532 

7,723,558 
176,824 

5,579,958 
666,641 

137,885 
155,624 



116,850 

140,863 
279,364 



433.306 
218,531 

1,692,237 

8,881,414 



199,466 

266,744 

6,539,472 
135,136 

4,727,330 
384,142 

142,957 
174,131 



84,974 

198,304 
418,078 



67,149 
139,047 

62,546 

201,593 



306,851 
179,716 

2,005,675 



10,203,052 

72,438 
173,259 

82,016 

255,275 



24,646 
214,39 

260,444 
681,73!) 

77,092 



973,228 



99,274 



157,694 
91,169 

2,129,988 



10,785,.576 



66,368 
162,231 

97,536 



1899. 



1900. 1901 



- 606,449 
24,846,950 

619,669 

75,668 
71,936 

102,420 

420,756 
965,962 



700,536, 827,428 



1902. 



750,204 



32,602,990 22,524,135 15,809,023 



874,2.54 

37,656 
39,434 



132,903 

445,900 
1,157,751 



1,156,917 

67,610 
127,524 



677,477 

63,571 
87,598 



1903. 



898,648 1,141,203 
24,660,743 



172,140 127,057 

471,294 375,762 
1,728,803 1,413,561 



903,699 556,063 
491,415 



3,843,408 



17,106,207 



292,243 
4,312,634 



19,848,433 



89,226 
263,664 

113,057 



259,767 



20,821 
209,813 

338,196 
923,279 

104,898 



10- 



1,237,990 



127,537 



-131 



19,483 
249,852 

375,358 
919,596 

104,610 



1,274,058 



96,735 



376,721 



115,094 
284,795 

142,442 



427,237 



24,648 
292,344 

457,289 
1,150,741 

107 '437 

1,550,522 

137,207 



772,127 
635,172 



865,741 

71,861 
101,682 



153,871 

770,625 
2,168,239 



358,066 
239,470 



6,464,504 5,984,935 



29,649,178 27,107,419 



60,695 
203,428 

178,151 



381, .579 



28,849 
306,085 

331,507 
927,036 

139,383 



1,372,504 



1.51,467 



22,441 
580,855 

502,168 
1,683,788 

154,137 



2,418,780 



197,080 



84,851 
96,075 

190,666 



236,741 



720,925 
519,398 

7,002,864 



33,681,625 



122,098 
102,351 

181,148 



283,499 



29,323 
697,664 

543,290 
1,466,965 

172,449 

2,337,078 

168,600 



31,747 

598,958 

544,149 
1,528,655 

166,530 



2,294,143 



229,054 



988; 634 

149,379 

208,018 



224,924 

795,939 
2,232,894 



861,559 
668,971 

8,778,399 



42,156,215 



97.117 
66,756 

185,505 



252,261 



25,490 

728,904 

605,024 
1,806,643 

176,968 



2,712,515 



263,524 



196 TRADE AND COMMERCE { 

3-4 EDWARD VII., A. 1904 
1^0, 13. — Statement of the Quantities and Values of the Principal 



Prixcipal Articles. 


QlTANTITIES AXD VALUES. 


1889. 


1890. 


1891. 


1892. 


1893. 


1894. 


Metals and minerals and mfrs. of— Cow. 
Miscellaneous metals and minerals 

and mfrs. of — 
Ores of metals, all kinds, in-l Cwt. 

eluding cobalt ore / $ 

Iron, steel or brass rolled ^ 

round wire rods under § q^^ 

inch in diameter, and rolled V ® 


13,186 
1,393 




17,594 
3,797 

132,251 
206,568 

641,539 


.39,206 
7,893 

244,524 
461,156 

&17,788 


20,105 
3,422 

350,035 
610,708 

69.5,334 


349 


551 

188,968 
320,849 

587,848 


165 

327.579 
510,783 


copper rods 1 inch or under 

in diameter j 

All other $ 


572,629 


.559,284 


Totals, misc. metals, &c $ 


574,022 


909,248 


851,904 


1,086,837 


1,309,464 


1,070,232 


Totals, metals &c. and mfrs. of . $ 


15,830,704 


17,567,549 


17,749,834 16,847,522 


17,127,380 


14,791,114 


Musical instruments :— 

Pianofortes '. ^ ^' 

Pianos, parts of $ 

All other $ 


1,058 
230,436 

12.5,273 
143,332 


637 
151,716 

127,753 

157,887 


634 604 
149,956 157,394 

133,449 110,699 
142,972 150,625 


472 
100,198 

122,508 
15.5,263 


283 

61,822 

108,188 
140,184 


Totals $ 

Oils :— 
Minerals- 
Coal and kerosene, distilled, 
purified or refined, naphtha 
benzole and petroleum, / Galls . 
N.E.S ' I $ 


499,041 


437,356 


426,377 


418,718 


377,969 


310,194 


4,723,698 
490,166 

265,912 
33,926 


4,985,722 
517,610 

170,946 
30,272 


5,128,933 
501,519 

252,849 
52,618 


5,698,727 
474,644 

162,049 

22,958 


5,958,368 
436,476 

275,975 
36,243 


6,584,848 
424,242 


All other -{ © 


1.31,061 
26,824 


Totals {^^f- 


4,989,610 
524,092 


' 5,156,668 
547,882 


5,.381,782 
554,137 


5,860,776 
497,602 


6,234,343 
472,719 


6,715,909 
451,066 


Fish oil {^^f- 


185,650 
67,636 


139,952 
62,133 


347,762 
131,298 


186,196 

74,242 


270,380 
1 106,304 


119,603 
46,053 


Animal, vegetable, &c., oils : — 
Cocoa nat and palm in their / Galls . 


263,530 

88,212 


285,462 
112,045 


194,910 
87,703 


224,401 
lC7,91f 


319,824 
t 128,369 

381,418 
187,73(J 

I *5,526,0.3£ 
I ■ 234, 13i 

I 846,39f 

I 101,32? 

) 195,22( 
i 76,30 

) 236, 84( 


207,116 
79,918 


~ , .• ■, 1 Galls 


664,495 


Cotton seed, rehned | $ 

Flax seed or linseed, raw or / Galls . 

boiled I $ 

Lubricating oils, composed 

wholly or in part of petro- / Galls . 

leum I S 

All other lubricating oil . . -^ ^^ 
All other $ 




»i 






217,657 

*5,191,694 
253,421 

844,741 
97,931 

) 198,190 
73,445 

; 167,182 


843,745 
314,657 

541,31J 
110,171 

lll,85f 
41,92( 

183,62" 


> 998, 38h 
375,681 

! 454,21'i 
76,22J 

) 157,86' 
; 68,20. 

244,26 


*9,425,735 
479,08E 

484, 19f 
63,47C 

182,37C 
77,60' 

414,42{ 


*7,590,79^ 
341,06' 

750,33- 

88,57 

) 228, IK 
87,37 

), 347,79 


Totals S 


738,59 


3i 876,427 1,122,28J 


) 972,73 


1 964,711 


i 889,554 


Totals, oils $ 


1,330,32 


I 1,486,44 


2 1,807,72( 


) 1,544,57 


5 1,543,73. 


) 1,386,673 



'Lbs., not gallons, f Included under ' Iron and &teel,' pages 190 and 191 after 1897. 



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SESSIONAL PAPER No. 10 



197 



Articles of Merchandise Imported into Canada, &c. — Continued. 



Quantities and Values. 



1895. 1896 



24 
261 

380,621 
567,032 

542.595 



1,109,888 



24,038 

659,225 
985,947 

5.32,642 



1,542,627 



12, .331, 421 14,550,251 



326 
72,953 

106,847 
120,957 



.300,757 



6,478,024 
417,345 

401,253 
2-*,296 



6,879,277 
445,641 



161,706 
57,821 



771,712 
112,065 

672,011 
144,229 

773,200 
298,433 

745,018] 
81,140 

216.146 
73,106 

168,329 



880,302 
1,383,764 



295 
67,953 

110,129 

118,681 



296,763 



6,902,-507 
598,308 

249,680 
32,284 



7,152,187 
630,592 



219,096 
76,813 



1897. 



485,476 
105,072 

406,626 

677,828 

525,206 
1,308,106 



14,815,794 



1898. 1899. 1900. 1901. 1902. 1903 



1,538,063 

155,-583 

t 



864,146 
1,019,729 



265 
55,297 

92,530 
119,469 



267,296 



7,649,447 
604,965 

110,095 
16,984 



7,759,542 
621,949 



21,98.5,222 



385 
80,261 

99,008 
125,562 



304,834 



1,350,403 
153,9.52 



961,002 



1,114,954 



24,875,769 



495 

85,216 

107,682 
169,132 



1,450,384 
282,191 



1,175,608 



1,457,799 
36,656,885 



558 
101,451 

123,935 
171,0.57 



1.855,271 
598,016 



1,135,163 



1,733,179 



,135,004 
727,099 



1,419,867 



10,611,238 
1,070,232 



1,678,090 



2,146,966 



34,018,892 



362,030; 396,446 



,145,818 
614,887 

170,991 
22.5-53 



9,537,934 9,097,685 
675,393! 790,948 



356,578 
24,230 



423,982 
37,616 



!,316,809 9,894,512 9,521,667 
637,440 699,623 828,564 



314,468 
113,714 



745,145 
98,7181 

387,204' 

100,315 

1 

958,226 
336,114 

85.5,512 
105,114 

321,146 
111,017 

166,554 

917,832 



1,625,237 



187,259 
54,202 

311,764 

70,805 

961,075 
303,890 

720,125 

82,388 

254,435 

85,437 

184,118 



171,905 
75,093 



165,354 167,805 
50,285 60,987 



780,840 



1,516,503 



148,247 
62,863 

383,693 
91,100 

539,676 
175,316 

900,-531 
101,492 

314,372 
92,344 

229,688 



752,803 
1,465,33( 



185,766 
57,720 

375,307 

83,627 

1,032,308 

328,487 

690,274 
82,296 

266,988 
78,434 

244,687 

875,251 

1,625,159 



577 
101,185 

144,194 
169,752 



41,610,579 



415.1.31 



9,976,922 
810,780 

713,165 
67,519 



10,690,087 
878,299 



150,039 
57,819 



664 
106,171 

154,249 
211,783 



472,203 



11,811,083 
930,791 

1,155,987 
99,102 



2,748,322 



51,435,769 



695 
127,084 

140,342 

260,523 



527,949 



13,810,752 
1,278,512 

2,733,173 
209,809 



12,967,070 16,543,925 
1,029,893 1,488,323 



155,956 
59,565 



212,237 
80,192 

375,318 
92,288 

1,044,972 
479,277 

1,003,916 
124,639 

533,0.30 
96,833 

241,346 



1,114,575 
2,004,126 



407,213 
138,131 

715,913 
211,489 

778,982 
441,048 

1,145,507 
1.36,226 

239,238 
77,433 

261,820 



1,266,147 
2,202,265 



286,915 
116,481 

1,041,357 
348,735 

692,889 
407,101 

1,216,100 
134,510 

280,504 
95,081 

319,744' 

1,421,652 



217,412 
91,251 



2,511,110 



310,719 
181,491 

908,122 
366,048 

565,966 
.304,679 

1,607,536 
196,007 

298,437 
111,622 

328,502 

1,488,349 

3,067,923 



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TRADE AND COMMERCE { 

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Xo. 13. — Statement of the Quantities and Values of the Principal 



Principal Articles. 



OU cloth {^"^'t^- 

Optical, philosophical and ma- 
thematical instriimentfe S 

Packages, other than P.O. pack- 
age.'; and express parcels of 
small value S 

Packages, P.O. packages and ex- 
press ]3arcels of small value ... -S 

Paintings, drawings, engiavings, 
prints and buildings plans,&c., 
also paintings in oil, &c . . . . $ 

Paints and colours : — 
Dry whiteand red lead orange/ Lbs. 
mineral and zinc white. . . (. S 

Another S 

Totals -S 

Paper and manufactures of : — 
Calendered, including writing 

and note paper . . -S 

Envelopes, papetries, blank 
books and manufactures of 
pajjer S 

All other -S 

Totals S 

Perfumery -S 

Pickles and sauces j 51 ' ' 

Plants and trees -S 

Precious stones, &c. : — 
Diamonds, unset, or diamond 
dust or bort and black dia- 
monds for borers -S 

All other -S 

Totals -S 

Provisions : — 

Butter {I^|«- 

Cheese | ^^■ 

Meats : — 

Bacon and hams - ^' 

Beef, salted, in barrel. . . \ ^' 

Pork, banelled, in brine. \ ^' 



QUAXTlflES AND VALUES. 



1889. 1890. , 1891. 1892. . 1893. 1894. 



831,467 
194,8.00 



860,697 
210,674 



845,714; 
227,9971 



808,123 
218,210 



83,823 97,032 121,453 174,744 



874,897 
234,178 

178,944 



503,0241 559,306 400,636 
317,897! 381,621 417,948 



142,007 



7,849,288 
292,218 

340,190 



632,408 



365,569 258,763 



10,859,672 
381,959 

326,490 



708,449 



240, 151 1 253,888 

4.37,394 456,133 
454,605 525,682 



l,132,150j 1,235,703 



97,479; 94,970 



102,200 
108,364 



90,974 
101,840 



128,749 137,191 



206,279. 
18,211 



110,480 
34,692 



;,619,858 
339,601 

292,590 



632,191 



499,85l| 444,910 

I 
417,595 528,268 



407,506 



10,230,268 
349,528 

295,602 



319,666 



10,866,525 
364,716 

310,207 



645,1301 674,923 



774,020 
213,679 

150,072 



468,546 
715,2.36 

472,230 



11,148,666 
359,101 

278,500 



637,601 



229,114 234,717 218,330 

400,995! 431,736, 429,86-4 
521,233j 546,878] 546,668 



1,151,342 1,213,331' 1,194,862 



100,983; 93,563 106,866 



102,7291 
114,762 



98,915 
120,969, 



91,343 
110,745 



152,608 146,401, 143,341 



73,0.58 
21,964 



55,843 
12,941 



224,490 145,172 95,0^ 68,784 



973,843 
144,249 

7,0.57,171' 
631,593 

3,661,120; 
336,080 

5,094,998 
206,643 

15,712,971 
1,024,055 



1,633,332 
249,100 



462,485; 
90,975 



13,611,097 10,774,948; 
1,194,2381 900, 798 1 

4,42.3,774 2,568,694 
330,424 207.980| 

7,745,026i 3,875,30] 
299,303! 148,763 

17,763,284 11,818,933 
861,506| 633,372 



147,886 

387,013 
484,928 



1,019,827 



100.276 

100,798 
113,501 

131,425 



101,176 
21,059 



122,235 



513,237 
270,857 

10,254,713 
924,107 

1,028,385; 
96,116 

3,585,528 
149,912 

9,819,087 
504,709 



169,619 

21,239 

190,858 



273,894 
54.943| 

8,597,6611 
780,172 

671,588 

77,191 

1 

3,599,113' 
145,210 

4,165,346 
300,701, 



884,869 
161,396 

9,056,510 
822,818 

503,412 
58,444 

3,672,424 
158,000 

5,110,874 
382,078 



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199 



Articles of Merchandise Imported into Canada, &c. — Continued. 



Quantities and Values. 



1895. 


1896. 


1897. 


1898. 


1899. 


1900. 


1901. 


1902. 


1903. 


705,470 
187,418 


647,997 
189,475 


556,297 
15.S,547 


692,167 
222,538 


933,049 
298,134 


1,106,783 
355,957 


1,190,456 
423,705 


1,28.3,918 
450,073 


' ' 563^933 


130,585 


154,014 


154,664 


220,039 


246,.590 


268,226 


249,997 


294,754 


304,900 


428,626 


426,598 


453,372 


536,942 


570,402 


663,896 


699,985 


710,918 


781,731 


748,286 


679,514 


745,523 


897,684 


1,173,579 


1,373,906 


1,702,573 


1,697,647 


1,435,262 


359,177 


346,669 


365,778 


328,566 


741,765 


842,073 


668,965 


808,648 


717,328 


8,636,888 
277,832 


11,740,254 
368,178 


10,420,209 
351,099 


12,704,447 

449,685 


14,378,909 
511,284 


14,859,143 
638,869 


10,307,548 
402,353 


15,612,031 
603,621 


19,247,877 
759,459 


253,275 


308,275 


264,354 


318,291 


36>t,192 


399,389 


464,155 


547,912 


616,191 


531,107 


676,453 


61.5,453 


767,976 


879,476 


1,038,258 


926,508 


1,151,533 


1,375,650 


3,236 


1,800 


1,335 


4, ,539 


11,774 


11,477 


9,385 


8, ,571 




334,336 


329,273 


356,389 


398,741 


426,480 


457,.381 


474,178 


502,739 


514,873 


644,629 


' 671,361 


649,094 


738,716 


820,232 


957,447 


1,313,957 


1,431,485 


1,605,379 


982,201 


1,002,434 


1,006,818 


1,141,996 


1,258,486 


1,426,305 


1,797,520 


1,942,795 


2,120,2.52 


101.443 


114,761 


103,786 


103,945 


115,328 


124,800 


149,212 


143,195 


170,921 


107,496 
100,399 


122,947 
106,351 


1,50,467 
125,937 


200,596 
173,708 


21,3,483 
184,387 


291,669 
245,104 


295,897 
242,003 


291,792 
233,929 


439,306 
313,514 


137,278 


130,167 


103,983 


69,579 


76,794 


88,058 


102,076 


127,719 


146,116 


239,057 


292,071 


464,667 


328,539 


382,724 


451,792 


611,978 


728,489 


884,054 


39,741 


99,779 


61,941 


78,910 


81,899 


178,142 


153,064 


135,372 


370,385 


278,798 


391,850 


526,608 


407,449 


464,623 

2,334,400 

428,022 


62 J, 934 


765,042 


863,861 


1,254,439 


377,025 
60,425 


765,656 
132,0^8 


1,643,302 

256,017 


3,433,922 
546,342 


2,<^.36,992 
606 183 


1,445,627 
335,632 


782,210 
179,479 


530,445 
141,146 


10,328,476 
909,497 


4,298,222 
321,082 


7, 31 5, .529 
615,845 


11,557,4.58 
928,600 


8,526,408 
608,082 


4,481,016 
347,443 


5,5X1,664 
010,127 


2,421,015 
245,489 


1,081,255 
132,374 


869,624 
90,506 


1,564,598 
143,618 


2,230,907 
192,268 


9,997,198 
719,942 


7,322,764 
558,403 


5, >75,929 
549,996 


6,476,014 
726,225 


5,491,9,35 
656,024 


2,897,415 
414,444 


3,246,264 
136,446 


2,614,043 
110,574 


2,530,834 
91,772 


1,957,732 

88,722 


1,701,685 
85,115 


2,288,281 
107,550 


2,277,783 
108,811 


2, .388, 866 
123,242 


2,11,5,154 
121,249 


3,988.220 
260,792 


5,552,287 
270,826 


3,636,221 
143,401 


6,526,900 
317,487 


8,360,710 
429,022 


5,804,382 
305 668 


6,765,294 
460,277 


7,064,653 

587,784 


5,637,990 
515,704 



200 



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3-4 EDWARD VII., A. 1904 
No. 13. — Statement of the Quantities and Values of the Principal 



Peincipal Articles. 



Provisions — Con. 
Meats — Con. 

Dried or smoked meats and 
meats preserved in any 
other way than salted/ Lbs. 
or pickled I, $ 

All other provisions $ 

Totals $ 

Resin or rosin '. ^^ ' 

Ribbons -S 

Salt {^f- 

Seeds and bulbous roots : — ■ 

Flaxseed { ^|b' 

Garden, field and other seeds 
for agricultural or other pur- 
poses, N,O.P., when in bulk 
or in large parcels S 

All other -S 

Totals S 

Silk and manufactures of : — 
Fabrics $ 

Handkerchiefs $ 

Clothing, including corsets 

prior to 1898 $ 

Silk, raw, or as reeled from ( Lbs. 

the cocoon, &c . . I S 

Velvets I Yds. 

All other $ 

Totals .$ 

Soap {"^t 

Spices I ^^''• 

Spirits and wines : — 
Brandy {^^Us. 

Gin of all kinds, N. E.S. . . . { ^^^ * " 



Quantities and Values. 



1889. 



1,023,301 
94,079 

786,370 



3,223,069 



1890. 



1891. 



1892. 



1,077,421 
114,744 

499,010 

3,548,325 



95,659 1,072,068 
231,631 227,400 



19,863 
62,967 



19,252 
61,384 



587,068! 717,-346 

192,1 OS, 953 173,365,506 

292,511 309,685 



l,454i 
3,351 



81,036 
612,468 



696,8.55 



587,464 

105,174 

124,072 

43,910 

162,373 

366,842 
196,920 

1,200,340 



30,832 
42,521 



186,062 
259,271 



487 854 



1,297,8931 1,-362,974 
141,5731 135,283 



295,830 



2,419,291 



176,807 



2,257,791 



88,019] 
199,795 

23,7941 
80,096 



262,030 

227,488 

25,481 
97,107 



660,315 445,329 

211, 016, 519 '220.668,427 

381,610, 381,351 



133,2031 
160,616[ 



160,616 
169,741 



257,220 429,485 
48,678i 134,288 



1893. 



1,501,004 
143,572 



127,400 



1894. 



1,629,189 



1,396,585 
138,515 

180,553 



1,901,804 



125,676 
239,4.34 

23,8891 
97,750 



101,858 
191,660 

22,022 
90,670 



549,961 543,434 

211,738,847' 212,430,744 

.360,941 381,497 



466,514! 733,514 



598,063 

110,884 

175,887 

49,040 

192,824 

350,605 
189,660 



560,691 

119,2741 

200,272; 

43,428 

171,940 

272,200 
163,102 



613,974 
128,908 

196,635 

78,245 
260,299 

266,126i 
151,683: 



11,713 
12,637 



427,520 
.51,716 



491,873 



820,874 

139,731 

300,781 

54,619 

206,.325 

215,664 

128,577 



1,099,938} 1,027,435| 987,499 882,643 



2,376,343 2,367,256 2,242,714 



1,46.5,363 1,039,178 

114,343 140,232 

2,008,400; 2,090,125 

223,525 211,514 



217,082 
386,577 
541,509 
193,753 



231,146 
.399,802 
581,998 
222,030 



1,74.5,777 
151,094 

2,103,202 
219,760 



2,338,998] 2,478,931 



2,064,183 
167,763 

1,925,448 
182,088 



204.463 

359,158 
390,598 
155,593 



222,.346 
394,575 
406,063 
174,581 



2,417,195 
184,748 

2,067,451 
193,425 



212,027 
363,543 
486,070 
182,058 



193,017 
204,720 



400,039 
59,493 



664,252 

823, .529 

128,167 

282,738 

61,147 

203,040 

311,098 
103,193 

576,208 



2,176,875 



2,055,010 
157,826 

1,552,264 
139,001 



190,031 
303,386 
428,490 
157,151 



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Articles of Merchandise Imported into Canada, &c. — Continued. 

Quantities and Values. 



1895. 


1896. 


1897. 


1898. 


1899. 


1900. 


1901. 


1902. 


1903. 


1,332,601 
139,823 


1,206,403 
116,454 


1,080,300 
96,973 


1,277,144 
122,265 


2,792,300 
246,932 


2,987,923 
291,354 


2,420,173 
274,256 


1,597,464 
193,328 


1,411,959 
164,613 


97,518 


133,469 


176,013 


270,483 


310.039 


387,884 


570,248 


565,366 


365,480 


1,695,007 


1,228,041 


1,572,289 


2,993.841 


2,725,615 


2,895,978 


3,085,.576 


2,550,712 


1,855,010 


247,231 
193,861 


370,224 
241,822 


105,741 
191,697 


504,988 
339,526 


404,976 
298,561 


1,551,557 
306,843 


390,028 
225,924 


367,373 
167,902 


241,286 

295,120 


27,093 

85,822 


27,200 
112,499 


33,09S 
101,221 


*108,376 
99, ('90 


*108,262 
94,237 


*84,972 
111,760 


*103,304 
125,363 


*132,415 
147,613 


*160,615 
194,292 


564,563 

210,182,752 

362,565 


799,495 

212,670,3.-)7 

363,438 


50't,019 

227,756,250 

345,587 


661,9.54 

204,733,297 

.327,594 


8.54,113 

194,817,9.58 

300,339 


715,951 

204 583,033 

325,436 


643,628 

227,521,291 

373,306 


798,730 

252,231,125 

424,780 


1,093,470 

247,263,104 

402,957 


44,813 
37,400 


28,952 
30,440 


232 
375 


t3, 349,892 
67, 132 


t45,708,682 
1,119,.539 


151,184,541 
1,366,436 


tl5,328,360 
700,480 


+54,049,308 
1,871,333 


+48,286,126 
1,376,537 


497,794 


623,289 


672.378 


465,454 


381,868 


525,567 


57.5,719 


443,244 


475,322 


61,359 


73,1,32 


67,377 


68,196 


70,413 


82,302 


85,973 


128,716 


137,144 


596,553 


726,861 


740,130 


601,082 


1,571,820 


1,974,305 


1,362,172 


2,443,293 


1,989,003 


854,421 


905,347 


760,594 


1,. 331, 512 


2,090,157 


2,452,908 


2,363,128 


2,642,626 


2,888,725 


110,672 


104,278 


80,606 


69,042 


90,080 


107,211 


115,368 


108,894 


112,803 


353,626 

44,178 

123,970 


344,123 

62,288 
190,557 


252,704 

44,955 

133,3.54 


231,795 

70,631 

226,724 


241,780 

75,824 

263,543 


251,704 

63, 832 

277,708 


241,909 

78,589 

261,637 


224, .591 
106,637 
352,134 


234,154 
101,8.33 
.367,928 


294,779 
138,225 


406,488 
171,764 


296,602 
1.33,687 


537,571 
199,473 


819,562 
321,604 


763,213 
274,625 


578,347 
233,523 


622,992 
279,811 


785,525 
370,118 


232,165 


261,031 


272,510 


213,468 


182,158 


151,113 


167,933 


179,158 


198,377 


1,813,079 


1,977,100 


1,633,455 


2,272,014 


3, 189, .322 


3,515,269 


3,383,498 


3,787,214 


4,172,105 


2,919,933 
216,018 

2,009,658 
155,612 


3,360,468 
245,116 

2,033,564 
149,757 


3,8.33,283 
263,648 

1,880,485 
138,036 


4,448,164 
290,773 

2, 369, .593 
197,590 


6,216,927 
381,198 

1,971,069 
188,687 


7,292,097 
449,341 

2,119,717 
223,224 


5,998,358 
366,179 

2,171,867 
221,382 


4,711,482 
318,390 

2, .588, 099 
251,973 


346,.5.54 

2,694,581 

236,457 


195,175 
299,914 
435,283 
143,660 


153, .339 
245,220 

1 375,280 
140,299 


183,060 
264,017 
455,145 
161,668 


194,403 
300, .350 
494,989 
186,002 

-- 


1 

211,875 
310,650 
534,227 
22.3,915 


-2.33,403 
350,718 
595,367 
258. .573 


245,785 
393, .556 
67.3,712 
317,073 


291,311 
436,251 
594,691 
270,982 


310,360 
475,386 
749,231 
.350,175 



• Cwt. 



t Lbs. 



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No. 13. — Statement of the Quantities and Values of the Principal 



Principal Articles. 



Spirits and wines— Con. 
Whiskey I e ' 

All other spirits •! g ' 

ITT- , T ("Galls 

\V ines, non-sparkhng -! ® 

II sparkling $ 

Totals S 

Stone and manufactures of $ 

Sugar, syrup and molasses — 
Sugar, N.E.S { "^J*^' 

Molasses and syrup ■{ g * 

All other •$ 

Totals . . $ 

™ f Lbs. 

Tea -^ $ 

Tobacco and manufactures of — 

Cigars and cigarettes i e ' 

Tobacco, unmanufactured . . -^ <j ' 

Another I ^1^- 

Totals { ^l^ 

Tobacco pipes of all kinds, pipe 
mounts, cigar and cigarette 
holders and cases for same, 
smokers' sets and cases there- 
for, and tobacco pouches .... S 

Turpentine, spiiits of -j o ' 

Umbrellas, parasols, and sun- 
shades of all kinds -$ 

Vegetables S 

Watches, and parts of S 

Webbing .«! 



QUAXTITIES AND VALUES. 



1889. 



175,247 
195,299 

185,053 
97,553 

511,728 
411,514 

121,910 



1,406,606 



274,479 



202,937,618 
5,570,466 

4,520,701 
1,047,704 

165,793 



6,783,963 



17,476,467 
3.008,619 



88,342 
211,192 



1890. 



1891. 



209,847 
229,636 

165,971 
101,6721 

.568, 496 1 
464,776! 



1892. 



1893. 



229,879 
249,464 

131,979 
101,854 

I 

487,011 

406,688 



245,394 
279,311 

176,525 
1.35,195 

467,9.35: 
412,497] 



272,497 
307,454 

196,363 
120,864 

446,322 
367,691 



170,917! 246,752 177,990 203,448 



1894. 



247,808 
285,242 

1.56,933 
94,323 

488,200 
344,169 

136,942 



1,588,8.33 1,519,509, 1,574,149 



348,856 343,3921 217,561 



189,282,237 227,248,254 
5,580,574 5,380,424 



4,389,1.56 
1,159,609 

163,737 



6,903,920 



4,693,505 
1,060,410 

133,082 



6,57.3,916 



18,455,475 17,990,630 
3,074,779 2,978,416 



89,998 
231,114 



9,574,257 11,839,755 
1,340,.344; 1,424,231 



169,177 
69,374 



161,911 
67,796 



99,070 
257,123 



1,545,058 



193,575 



292,361,259 
7,806,737 

4,241,484 
918,250 

149,302 



8,874,289 



247,391,847 
6,510,579 

4,176,383 

885,002 

144,290 



7,539,871 



22,718,181! 18,049,854 
3,665,485 2,976,127 



86,529 
231,091 



1,321,213 



189,670 



307,153,338 
8,518,568 

4,378,448 
885,120 

126,340 



9,530,028 



20,5.51,739 
3,054,570 



93,439 
259,215 



12,322,477 14,743,221 14,340,741 
1,617,700 1,842,098 1,833,619 



190,431 
65,819 



9,831,776 12,091,664 12,611,978 
1,620,910 1,723,141 1,940,642 



122,075; 139,972 



36S,719l 
194,713 

303,336, 

I 

205,945' 

575, 161 ; 



488,929 
222,043 

330,144 

272,763 

653,924 

6,433 



114,011 

470,783 
201,578 

297,872 

238,479 

507,826 

113,016 



194,211 
49,648j 



118,816 
42,433 



90,133 
234,011 

13,782,917 
1,766,099 

127,171 
45,013 



15,023.961 14,552,996 14,000,221 
2,122,837 2,135,267 2,045,123 



167,079 

554,268 
200,919 

270,117 

244,418 

396,892 

121,191 



164,588 

496,2241 
164,927 

292,349j 

210,801 

402,790| 

129,593 



180,246 

536,898 
160,;i56 

206,021 

231,354 

348,230 

114,058 



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Articles of Merchandise Imported into Canada, &c. — Continued. 

Quantities and Valuks. 



1895. 


1896. 


1897. 


1898. 


1899. 


1900. 


1901. 


1902. 


1903. 


280,439 
293,887 


306,928 
311,037 


244,216 
317,433 


308,171 
422,909 


376,626 
52.3,819 


431,685 
618,556 


484,235 
699,739 


477,638 
681,550 


531, q77 
803,644 


182,2.50 
94,594 


171,863 
85,153 


181,977 
73,121 


206,393 
93,090 


312,394 
128,907 


271,079 
161,153 


273,992 
167,674 


295,594 
159,603 


346,361 
172,388 


415,111 
310,813 


.397,7.37 

289,5.36 


368,646 
249,117 


407,032 

273,388 


407,947 
292,269 


467,277 
344,669 


464,702 
,353,344 


488,551 
359,890 


520,270 
37.5,308 


107,208 


125,912 


142,189 


191,760 


240,988 


249,922 


234,603 


238,000 


224,680 


1,250,076 


1,197,157 


1,207,-545 


1,467,499 


1,720,548 


1,983,591 


2,166,589 


2,146,276 


2,401,581 


170,804 


179,245 


154,876 


174,100 


208,202 


239,993 


243,012 


317,860 


374,713 


389,445,383 
8,286,472 


272,289,188 
6,054,546 


290,527,519 
6,387,034 


261,755,049 

5,258,213 


269599,292 
6,065,129 


319,815,422 
7,554;012 


340,291,611 
7,953,340 


391,358,949 
7,905,044 


3.59,788,727 
6,472,935 


4,259,935 
854,168 


4,47.5,616 
953,924 


4,646,623 
817,843 


3,834,022 
612,421 


3,953,710 
813,602 


4,606,677 
1,217,027 


4,446,759 
1,071,090 


5,120,870 
921,588 


4,141,815 

818,824 


122,291 


120,731 


110,815 


161,872 


171,208 


243,170 


320,956 


275,626 


244,445 


9,262,931 


7,129,201 


7,316,592 


6,032,506 


7,049,939 


9,014,209 


9,345,386 


9,102,258 


7,536,204 


20,595,770 
3,115,324 


22,668,171 
3,252,038 


24,344,982 
3,313,048 


20,052,264 
2,726,014 


25,102,685 
3,528,807 


24,998,726 
3,611,014 


23,095,938 
3,189,567 


19,682,053 
2,977,129 


24,072,497 
3,473,052 


85,682 
221,935 


94,588 
239,331 


93.683 

228,881 


68,179 
160,212 


71,058 
195,929 


98,064 

286,742 


339^019 


101,265 
313,543 


120,382 
359,311 


12,422,326 

1,426,525 


10,6.38,389 
1,464,810 


15,816,279 
2,010,107 


5,912,802 
1,061,716 


11,950,177 
1,715,451 


9,925,775 
1,731,366 


9,284,971 
1,555,851 


11,877,862 
2,020,099 


14,778,471 
2,503,517 


92,485 
3.5,995 


81,127 
34,075 


101 175 
47,505 


142,878 
62,674 


251,051 
116,951 


327,068 
1.39,716 


1,108,693 
277,550 


316,364 
156,834 


332,872 
178,200 


12,600,493 
1,684,455 


10,814,104 
1,738,216 


16,011,137 
2,286,493 


6,123,859 
1,284,602 


12,272,286 
2,028,331 


10, .350, 907 
2,157,824 


'3,172,426 


12,295,491 
2,490,476 


15,231,725 
3,041,028 


136,910 


121,943 


140,611 


159,271 


191,890 


214,057 


292,895 


30.3,683 


368,603 


5.33,202 
157,486 


567,923 
162,348 


566,482 
153,483 


712,949 
212,103 


607,090 
228,995 


725,328 
359,675 


808,037 
309,339 


729,035 
311,773 


784,013 
437,058 


195,607 


168,297 


111,470 


116,835 


131,238 


109,890 


81,864 


72,224 


62,041 


219,985 


220,560 


220,563 


309,142 


328,3.32 


413,149 


445,385 


430,397 


717,866 


281,231 


298,861 


457,927 


4.51,061 


427,198 


500,018 


624,000 


742,558 


872,753 


102,297 


74,306 


80,577 


131,788 


121,024 


139,750 


138,700 


1.56,738 


164,393 



201 



TRADE AND COMMERCE i 

3-4 EDWARD VII., A. 1904 
No. 13. — Statement of the Quantities and Values of the Principal 



Principal Articles. 



Wood and manufactures of : — 
Furniture, house, cabinet or 
office 



Sawed boards, planks, deals, 

and other lumber undressed )' M. ft, 
or dressed on one side only. \ $ 

Manufactures of wood, N.E.S. $ 

Lumber and timber, N.E.S $ 

Timber, squared or sided, N. / Tons. 
E.S 1 .$ 

Logs and round unmanufac- 
tured timber, N.O.P $ 

Cherry, chestnut, gumwood/M. ft. 
and hickory and whitewood t $ 

^'^^ \ $ 

Pitch pine ...j^;^^^- 

Walnut {M-jgft- 

All other $ 

Totals $ 

Wool and manufactures of: — 

Cassimeres, cloths and doe-/ Lbs. 
skins \ S 

Coatings and o\ ercoatings. A »^' 

Tweeds | ^^^- 

Flannels, including plain and/ Lb.s. 
checked, of all colours I. $ 

Shirts and drawers and hosi-/ Lbs. 
ery knitted goods, N.E.S.. (. $ 

Shawls $ 

Socks and stockings of wool, 
worsted, tlie hair of the al-f Lbs. 
paca goat, &c . . . \ $ 

Yarns (except unjhair prior to f Lbs. 
18!>9) \ $ 

Wool not further prepared/ Lbs. 
than washed, N.E.S \ $ 

+ Yards. J Pairs. 



Quantities and Values. 



1889. 



290,512 



1890. 



1891. 



354,689 



437,445 
420,421 

360,337 

3,302 

68,256 

3,531 
82,184 

4,037 
83,694 

3,812 
180,881 

741,751 



452,550 
353,234 



2,665,481 



2,002,942 
1,554,206 

1,3.39,421 
8:^6,645 

1,260,479 
9.50,802 

324,116 
244,305 

413,700 
443,567 

207,373 



289,027 
315,192: 

187,029: 
140,667| 

10,664,1661 
1,605,355 



2.56,475 

3,523 
107,871 

5,822 
114,417 

9,080 
171,802 

4,342 
143,373 

992,509 



318,518 



396,924 
184,930 



2,946,920 



2,045,257 
1,683,031 

1,268,438 
810,378 

1,435,096 
1,141,256 

334,995 
263,913 

520,222 
■ 527,047 

178,136 



336,926 
374,978 

151,846 
116,759 

8,905,2611 
1,729,056 



859,898 

4,175 
130,715 

12,244 
241,023 

6,924 
152,498 

2,421 
117,908 

768,409 



1892. 



336,513 



332,712 
98,151 



3,170,823 



1.927, -387 
1,. 578,687 

1,086,999 
673,923 

1,156,214 
971,148 

244,499 
196,376 

332,127 
341,818 

118,834 



325,727 
369,556 

180,729 
136,528 

7,848,802 
1,398,746 



232,723 

4,121 
119,287 

10,636 
243,093 

6,569 
120,448 

2,749 
134,700 

800,412 



2,418,039 



2,301,-304 

1,787,428 

1,089,682 
681,920 

939,509 
781,168 

279,539 
212,362 

424,390 
393,965 

1 
1.33.386 



349,837 
384,431 

281,141 
197,860 

10,224,086 
1,694,702 



1893. 



312,989 



307,125 
104,015 



1894. 



276,989 



300,066 
135,325 



266,990 

5,983 
190,622 

9,859 
195,742 

3,056 
59,591 

2,152 
110,412 

827,646 



2,375,132 



2,436,173 
1,819,936 

1,286,257 
763,175 

1,050,143 
846,708 

27.3,791 
209,305 

319,594 
309,029 

1515,181 



445,277 
456,173 

259,868 
172,721 

10,50.3,645 
1,651,440 



685,110 

6,050 
207,569 

9,547 
208,928 

8,697 
171,942 

1,574 
70,835 

735,672 



2,792,436 



2, .339, 195 

1,. 583, 721 

926,494 
576,140 

754,153 
609,100 

226,993 
149,2.59 

252,988 
261,822 

123,887 

/ 407,267 

I 18,273 

420,588 

2.58,156 
166,831 

7,166,253 
1,085,254 



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SESSIONAL PAPER No. 10 



205 



Articles of Merchandise Imported into Canada, &c. — Continued. 



Quantities and Values. 



1895. 


1896. 


1897. 


1898. 


1899. 


1900. 


1901. 


1902. 


1903. 


262,778 


276,463 


285,512 


282,56b 


327,719 


395,509 


444,206 


489,306 


592,608 


13,266 
177,526 


22,2.59 
255,712 


32,347 
331,937 


32,652 
384,767 


46,870 
569,416 


36,309 
574,383 


52,574 
704,868 


51,712 
675,910 


60,900 
892,360 


248,595 


302,241 


337,735 


304,820 


370,839 


502,994 


478,707 


568,948 


"657,138 


20,057 


14,614 


8,600 


•7,819 


14,957 


10,431 


16,177 


10,236 


39,810 


37,607 

187,367 


68,813 
341,048 


68,420 
357,132 


462,363 


199, i32 


199^415 


210^073 


" " 472,967 


'690,95i 


399,748 


286,718 


189,-577 


136,918 


406,845 


432,224 


262,863 


665,817 


389,267 


4,826 
142,516 


5,745 
145,326 


5,428 
156,833 


7,212 
227,280 


6,918 
208,321 


7,623 

272,462 


5,731 
197,379 


5,543 

186,872 


7,439 
305,657 


8,627 
184,202 


8,556 
207,191 


16,001 
339,540 


24,863 

484,782 


19,703 
543,536 


29,548 

887,274 


27,643 

804,180 


34,037 
941,004 


38,055 
1,268,053 


7,701 
139 253 


7,579 
131,540 


10,936 
162,906 


16,813 
295,748 


15,642 
304,209 


19,089 
398,211 


23,596 
444,732 


15,884 
344,567 


23,714 

5.59,045 


1,399 
55,678 


1,645 
52,998 


1,528 
44,5.50 


2,322 
56,049 


1,566 
50,404 


2,525 
86,659 


1,581 
57,906 


1,317 
49,286 


1,183 
55,608 


656,690 


890,345 


787,906 


863,551 


1,086,414 


1,243,736 
5,003,298 


1,322,787 


1,494,527 


1,539,917 


2,474,410 


2,904,196 


3,002,228 


3,506,662 


4,081,792 


4,943,878 


5,899,440 

+3,823,743 
1,939,672 


6,990,414 


2,275,096 
1,528,602 


2,463,701 
1.644,503 


1,883,151 
1,204,191 


t2, 172, 218 
1,170,536 


+2,815,153 
1,559,978 


t2, 504, 211 
1,384,631 


+3,673,196 
1,883,957 


+4,289,000 
2,381,665 


1,042,249 

628,225 


919,462 
549,180 


734,331 
443,.574 


t947,939 
498,290 


+953,124 

558,821 


+989,364 
592,331 


+973,467 
485,324 


+1,128,505 
642,042 


+1,608,586 
944,809 


510,740 
371,328 


587.382 
412, .582 


587,893 
411,982 


+791,388 
428,650 


+849,870 
513,513 


+1,427,821 
843,625 


+1,241,095 
748,765 


+1,874,787 
1,028,400 


+2,585,347 
1,397,482 


142,004 
95, 120 


109,566 
70,3.55 


109,477 
58,427 


t360,8.5() 
57,402 


+475,568 
64,810 


+542,522 
84,334 


+655,702 
120,126 


+824,270 
153,398 


+756,054 
139,385 


143,620 


183,534 
239,790 


144,857 
161,203 














180,730 


161,042 


210,763 


125,329 


93,200 


82,465 


105,644 


91,120 


71,102 


58,466 


57,114 


77,448 


73,174 


93,656 


87,444 


111,461 


1 12,790,148 
402,594 


J3,420,959 
503,557 


^2,952,295 
415,081 


13,620,628 
488,664 


t4,640,78t 
648,157 


J5, 128, 788 
635,239 


: 3,64.3,572 
526,548 


+4,300,824 
572,183 


16,206,424 
887,742 


479,103 
199,988 


343,226 
177,150 


347,072 
162,156 


462,723 
213,195 


7.^5,043 
311,861 


909,089 
407,311 


1,014,.563 

409,864 


1,481,542 
531,062 


2,130,610 
811,153 


7,750,050 
1,129,389 


8,992,244 
1,215,580 


5,704,194 
878,339 


11,785,899 

1,885,489 


9,413,739 
1,335,096 


8,054,699 
1,574,834 


8,574,605 
1,292,895 


10,360,738 
1,374,054 


7,994,702 
1,239,998 



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No. 13. — Statement of the Quantities and Values of the Principal 



Principal Articles. 


Quantities and Values. 


1889. 


1890. 


1891. 


1892. 


1893. 


1894. 


Wool and manufactures of : — Con 
All fabrics composed wholly or / 
in part of wool, worsted, &c. ( 
Clothing, ready-made, and wear- 
ing apparel of everj' descrip- 
tion, (except knitted goods). . 

Carpets, Brussels i 


Yds. 

$ 

$ 

$ 1 

^ds. 1 

$ 
Yds. 

$ 

Lbs. 

$ 
$ 

S 
$ 
$ 
$ 

s 
s 


23,677,187 
3,578,607 

827,402 
3,355,622 


22,469,029 
3,730,549 

940,876 

[ 798,132 
499,070 

- 

1,311,747 

L 470,526 

255,033 

79,959 

350,105 
145,091 

142,728 


20,539,831 
3,355,840 

876,151 

724,437 
494,109 


19,866,596 
3,497,006 

985,181 

729,873 
.50.5.313 


22,579,859 
3,781,191 

1,125,292 

708,654 
448,733 

1,880,160 

588,560 

266,1.37 

83,909 

394,544 
137,744 

105.039 


16,759,125 
3,365,297 

1,019,345 

632,511 

387,048 


(^ 




1,507,1621 1.574.182 


1,669,908 


M tapestry - 

II other - 

Felt : pressed, of all kinds, not 
filled or covered by or with \ 
any woven fabric J 

All other 


973,212 

127,922 

63,099 

316,021 
100,121 

109,031 


507,831 

243,950 

79,590 

240,835 
101,001 

165,847 


477,348 

232,301 

82,018 

371.010 
141,463 

13.3,847 


491,489 
311,566 

83,238 

414,243 
170,029 

110, .566 


Totals 


11,949,584 


12,833,353 


11,365,985 12,089,398 


12,654,136 


10,603,614 






Miscellaneous Articles : — 

Articles imported by, and for 
the use of the Dominion Gov- 
ernment or any of the De- 
partments thereof, or by and 
for the Senate and House of 

Commons, &c., &c 

Articles for the use in the 
Army and Navy 

Articles for use in the fisheries. 

Settlers' effects 


662,389 

122,088 

448,720 

1,797,112 


599,503 

370,194 

428,464 

1,810,217 


412,209 
408,434 
435,333 

1,778,556 


297,473 

487,468 

473,082 

2,024,718 


355,806 

637,806 

434,057 

2,210,794 


423,658 

470,735 

444,540 

3,.322,499 


Coin and bullion 


575,251 


1,083,011 


1,811,170 


1,818,530 


6,534,200 


4,023,072 


Total values of principal and 


115,224,931 


121,858,241 


119,967,638 


127,406,068 


129,074,268 


123,474,940 







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Articles of Merchandise Imported into Canada, &c. — Concluded. 



207 



QUANTITTES AND VALUES. 



1895. 


1896. 


1897. 


1898. 


1899. 


1900. 


1901. 


1902. 


1903. 


13,054,410 
2,661,481 


15,374,555 
3,183,124 


12,375,023 
2,537,690 


'3^024,634 


3,377^094 


' '3,359;856 


' 3,099,i54 


'3,386^593 


'3,"75'i4i3 


830,148 


846,069 


820,707 


972,820 


1,151,674 


1,151,933 


1,155,914 


1,211,185 


1,321,-563 


528,914 
320,910 


574,078 
323,958 


416,245 
234,911 


488,278 
288,315 


667,393 
414,688 


811,104 
493,789 


651,578 
410,847 


663,991 
419,655 


859,698 
553,057 


1,233,356 

369,449 

219,671 

76,290 


1,229,215 

392,781 

259,106 

82,960 


1,074,601 

333,125 

140,947 

49,859 


1,233,475 

403, .559 

55,092 

27,196 


1,444,352 

468,916 

71,024 

32,000 


1,404,427 

465,648 
60,945 
32,193 


1,410,483 

469,860 

68,633 

42,621 


1,576,839 

560,122 

161,461 

97,1.37 


1,848,221 
658.415 
374,820 
260,643 


325,496 
116,911 


348,104 
125,088 


402,696 
128,054 


463,578 
183,323 


449,988 
178,083 


432,748 
173,.399 


488,858 
182,062 


565,402 
192,592 


613,442 
214,140 


114,535 


151,658 


127,689 


274,790 


277,906 


330,393 


228,953 


345,103 


348,732 


9,116,820 


9,989,437 


8,025,454 


10,135,019 


11,180,808 


11,728,019 


11,243,746 


12,623,107 


15,130,302 


207,522 


314,767 


234,811 


354,367 


856,451 


712,133 


1,646,337 


2,607,664 


1,407,060 


552,242 


473,756 


1,693,511 


635,482 


387,930 


597,643 


632,616 


523,954 


90,820 


518.891 


525,141 


540,626 


496,047 


50,380 


627,528 


653,968 


737,400 


777,038 


2,540,681 


2,188,975 


2,233,730 


2,828,675 


2,805,956 


3,065,410 


3,740,630 


4, .580, 481 


6,442,724 


4,576,620 


5,226,319 


4,676,194 


4,390,844 


4,705,134 


8,297,438 


3,537,294 


6,311,405 


8,976,797 


110,781,682 


118,011,508 


119,218,609 


140,323,053 


162,764,.308 


189,622,513 


190,415,525 


212,270,158 


241,214,961 



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3-4 EDWARD VII., A. 1904 

No. 14. — Statement of the Quantities and Values of the Principal Articles of Mer- 

(From Canadian 



1 

Principal Articles. 




Q 


CAXITTIES AND VALUES 






1889. 


1890. 


1891. 


1892. 


1893. 


1894. 


Animals, living : — 

Cattle, homed \ "^jj. ' 

Horses '. g ' 

Sheep { ^^■ 

Another S 


102,980 
5,714,526 

17,874 
2,226,892 

360,939 
1,276,918 

120,876 


81,478 
6,952,185 

16,709 
2,007,533 

316,013 
1,276,999 

118,384 


117,765 
8,774,769 

11,868 
1,572,564 

299,587 
1,150,865 

6.5,357 


107,180 
7,749,399 

11,306 
1,484,431 

331,276 
1,429,067 

64,071 


107,225 
7,715,103 

13,.387 
1,588,007 

362,455 
1,288,540 

224,717 


86,063 
6,499,717 

9,414 
1,178,806 

234,100 
849,651 

79,008 


Totals S 


9,.339,212: 10,355,101 11,563,-555 


10,726,968 


10,846,367 


8,607,182 


Books, photographs, &c.. . . S 

Breadstuffs, viz.:— 

Grain : — 

T, , r Bu.sh. 
Barley \ g 

-r> f Bush. 
Beans -j g 

{ Bush 


66,303 89,441 93,385 


99,121 


92,487 84,566 


9,948,217 9,975,911 
6,464,592 4,600,422 

303,383: 185,806 
406,925 252,785 


4,892,334 
2,929,885 

324,065 
496,507 


.5,202,768 
2,613,363 

315,872 
412,553 


2,044,235 
946,151 

276,955 
356,840 

594,604 
277,681 

2,839,209 
1,527,498 

7,278,194 
2,555,322 

3,255.812 
2,441,437 

1.58.536 


597,405 
264,200 

218,897 
265,900 

511,216 


Buckwheat - g 

T J- f Bush. 
Indian com ■! g 

„ ^ / Bush. 
Oats -j g 

Pease, whole j g 

f Bush. 






277,033 


4,386,259 
2,191,110 

417,906 
154,119 

1,982,853 
1,449,417 


■ 6,624,746 
2,999,843 

846,895 
277,805 

2,488,142 
1,714,633 

239,971 
170,279 

504,967 
254,897 

2,580,801 
2,394,130 

47,756 


3,5.54,2.55i 2,050,656 
1,803,453 1,340,755 

345,647 6,440,048 
156,846 2,249,932 

2,567,564 4,444,548 
1,858,343 3,266,078 

186,801 207,535 


10,382,630 
4,955,397 

3,359,525 
1,236,570 

3,194,216 
2,237,516 

184.530 


.. split -'. g 

„ ( Bush. 




174,282 195,381 137,198 154,005 
379,912 2,597,927; 298,589 204,334 


Rye [ i 

Wheat {^1^- 




250,440 2,178,761! 225,331 114,351 


1,78.^,349 
1,744,957 

71,261 


4,539,363 13,659,020 13,008,029 14,180,252 
4,102,734 12,056,832^ 10,152,016 9,5.56,788 

80,748 706,583 39,958 4,503 






Totals, grain: [^"f"' 

Grain products, viz.: — 

„ J Cwt. 
Bran . . -! g 

„ , , / Bush. 
Oatmeal -I g 

Wheat flour - g ^' 

Another S 


18,89.5,228 23,494,995 16,870,689 35,624,9.57 
12,451,203! 12,688,822 11,809,598! 24,691,066 


29,794,121 
18,641,907 


32,837,508 
19,063,759 


88,376 
72,080 

63,731 
237,937 

156,360 
769.478 

187,773 


107,398 
87,153 

89,122 
306,991 

149,9.59 
661,072 

234,138 


190,474 
163,788 

11,988 
45,987 

313,280 
1,460,300 

105,64>^ 


187,688 
146,126 

103,174 
41.5,315 

399,118 
l,860,49i 

56,980 


255,648 
181,152 

1.56,512 
626,477 

431,116 

1,798,878 

17,328 


134,564 
96,549 

92,262 
319,783 

480,275 
1,842,875 

12,220 


Totals, grain products. S 
All other breadstuffs S 


1,267,268 1,289,354 
11,172 16,509 


1,775,723 
14,658 


2,478,912 
17,542 


2,623,835 
78,980 


2,271,427 
44,919 


Totals, breadstuffs. § 


13,729,643 13,994,685^ 13,599,979 


27,187,520 


21,344,722 


21,380,105 



' i STATISTICAL AND FINANCIAL STATEMENTS 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 10 



209 



chandise Exported from Canada during the P'iscal Year.s ended June 30, l.ssy to 1V)U."}. 
Beturns.) 



Quantities axd Values. 



1895. 


1896. 


1 

1897. 


1898. 


1899. 


1900. 


1901. 


1902. 


1903. 


93,806 
7,121,148 


104,7.35 

7,086,822 


161,377 
7,159,599 


213,064] 212,504 
8,729,990; 8,576,371 


: 205,581 
9,090,696 


169,337 
9,068,860 


184,692 
10,699,630 


176,945 
11,-370,262 


15,332 

1,547,867 


22,887 
2,441,118 


19,208 
1,952,071 


16,423 13,505 10,893 
1,840,9891 1,077,9071 1,269,535 


8,819 
1,075,901 


14,558 
1,764,428 


6,371 
; 1,038,408 


291,862 
1,627,089 


393,339 

2,154,623 


31.3,410 
1,002,011 


351,789 405,3341 459,944 
1,272,077) 1,541,132! 1,894,012 


394,948 
1,628,731 


.348,895 
1,496,771 


401,619 

1,658,874 


61,376 


91,075 


150,036 


71,714? 95, 992 [ 75,759 


136,119 


146,087 


388,032 


10,357,^79 


11,773,638 


10,263,717 


11,914,770 11,291,402 12,330,002 


11,909,611 


14,106,916 


14,45.5,570 


85,981 


96,081 


119,959 


147,985 


135,154 


i 178,731 


164,700 


184,246 


209,6.39 


1,708,370 
720,718 


840,726 
316,029 


1,831,094 
566,505 


.527,158 
199,068 


386,768 
179,519 


2,551,949 
1,200,8.52 


• 

2,490,403 
1,173,219 


457,117 
231,199 


947,012 
457,233 


351,035 
425,486 


254,503 
259,004 


264,744 
195,543 


273,684 
200,093 


304,537 
239,238 


312,443 
335,542 


310,654 
418,810 


154,131 
225,813 


51,095 
79,801 


379,794 
174,056 


405,000 
173,689 


479,555 
181,733 


721,219 
297,491 


.334,492 
178,637 


274, .580 
146,0.55 


429,331 
227,717 


314,550 
175,517 


314,349 
175,394 


1,535,356 
800,365 


2,499,080 
1,131,429 


7,229,897 
2,749,953 


14, 332,939 
5,167,043 


16,150,779 
6,411,495 


11,761,024 

4,758,778 


12,220,975 
5,507,245 


2,690,748 
1,287,789 


2,132,908 
1,085,601 


93.5,814 
323,549 


1,001,956 
285,418 


7,247,991 
1,835,721 


10,925,602 
3,320,718 


11,093,279 
3,536,937 


8,059,963 
2,489.048 


10,122,262 
3,103,575 


5,187,113 
2,104,883 


7,75.3,049 

2,6.32-S8(; 


2,130,778 
1,622,919 


1,564,545 
1,142,907 


3,971,815 
2,310,710 


3,115,918 
1,729,444 


2,787,816 
1,837,303 


2,913,842 
2,003,164 


3,674,113 
2,490,931 


1,817,454 
1,.591,586 


1,149,157 


128,346 
107,740 


212,168 
168,304 


149,254 
100,218 


129,347 
104,287 


132,250 
123,493 


165,210 
1.5.5,694 


201,148 
193,1.54 


196,349 
222,954 


1,0,56,266 


62^942 
33,003 


50,228 
22,822 


482,157 
226,000 


1,540,933 
827,973 


896,335 
572,-593 


569,198 
335,899 


1,169,006 
708,156 


804,013 
484,073; 


1,205,022 

701,288 


11,945,658 
7,326,736 


13,219,302 
8,007,957 


13,141,338 
9,265,326 


23.914,628 
21,933,102 


17,468,559 
14,043,972 


22,456,517 
16,368,889 


18,936,252 
13,622,930 


36,446,357 
26,410,101 


38,998,923 
29,088,781 


7,489 
2,861 


269 
206 


1,761 
546 


3,256 
1,433 


7,.539 
3,926 


1,907 
1,260 


4,190 
1,954 


32,039 
15,985 


5,450 
3,299 


19,185,582 
11,537,433 


^0,047,777 
11,.507,765 


.34,799,606 
17,432,255 


55.-514,684 
33; 780, 6.52 


49,567,354 
27,127,113 


49,066,633 
27,795,1»1 


49,5.58,337; 
27, 447, 691 1 


48,099,871 
32,749,900; 

383,601 
2.37,178; 


52,556,965 
35,280,549 


119,137; 
87,259 


139,472 
112,568 


173,849 
122,570 


270,684 
165,848 


229,340 
168,120 


192,567 
145,206 


3^1,175 
243,215 


.351,06!; 
242,100 


80,263 
276 310 


110,577 
36", 550 


1.53,865 
468,399 


176,821 
554,759 


119,986 
396,568 

i 


145,867 
474,991 


151,851 

467,807 


91,706^ 
344,332 


145,036 
538,119 


325,329! 
1,119,163 


244,290 
895,148 


481,764 
l,720,3ril 


1,254,864 808,605 
.5,446,016 3,145,874 


771,022 
2,800,347 


1,121,901 
4,030,746 


1,086,693 
3,969,135' 


1,288,002 
4,70(;,651 


17,589 


15,875 


20,641 


19,782 12,575 


28,660 


36,729 


62,020 


42,397 


1,. 500,321 
24,775 


1,.389,141 
37,?24 


2,331,971 
43,674 


6,186,405 
19,916 


3,72.3,137 
70,383 


3,449,204 

45,508 


4,778,497 
60,399 


4,612,665 
53,318; 


5,523,297 
53,358 


13,062,529 


12,934,230 


19,807,900 


39,986,973 


30,920,633 


31,289,893 


'32,286,587 


37,415,883 

1 


40,857,204 



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No. 14.— Statement of the Quantities and Values of the Principal 



Quantities and Values. 



PiuxciPAL Articles. 



CaiTiages, carts, wagons, 
bicyc-les, &c 



Coal, coke, &c. : — 
Coal, bitiiminoii.s. 



( Tons. 



All other 

Totals S 

Cordage, twine, rox^e, &c. . S 

Cotton and manufacture.? of •? 

Drugs, dyes, chwnicals, &c.: — 
Extract of hemlock f Brls . 
bark \ § 

All other S 

Total.s S 



Fertilizers, &c.:- 
Phosphates . . . 



( Tfjns. 

\ -S 



All other -S 

Totals 8 

Fish and fish products : — 
Cod, haddock, ling and/ Cwt. 
Ix)llock, dry salted . . I. S 



Herring, jjickled 
salted 



or ( Brls . 

. . . I « 



Halibut, fresh 

Mackerel, fresh 

I. pickled . 

Lobsters, fresh 

■ 1. canned 

Saluion, tresh 

M canned. . . . 



r Lbs 

I S 

r Lbs. ! 

I § i 

/ Brls. 

\ .S 

/ Brls. 

I * 

( Lbs. 

\ S 

r Lbs. 

l s 

/ Lbs. 

• L S 



Fish, all other fresh . 

All other 8 

Totals S 



1889. 



1890. 



34,724 



1891. 



24,6.53' 



34,260 



731,115 811,659 903,791 
2,428,928! 2,684,250 3,081,469 



39,.586 



67,228 



1892. 



1893. 



73,921 



63,603 



52,268 



52,818' 



34,249 
221,866' 



24,218! 
174,976 



37,667 
230, 23o' 



27,882' 
403,508 



19,995 
436,505 



9,6S9 
1.59,039 



11,250 
162,042 

111,497 



10,979 
187,176. 

9.5,989 



10,173 
157,753 

91,044 



6,398 
108,085 



159,039 



23,158 
364,583 



29,715 
401,827 

4,291 



24,2.571 
422,200 

5,150 



17,243' 
380,462 

8,673 



11,899 
132,475 

7,706 



364,.583, 



406,118 427,350 389,135 140,181 



733,490 
3,176,075 

82,842 
321,225 

296,864 
14,414 

644,805 
40,371 

29,659' 
405,524 

25,189 
110,835 

9,288,977 
1,098,992 

1.128,97b 
12.5,015 

6,738,473 
752,821 

603,663 

I 
412,887; 

7,061,822' 



734,167 
3,049,853 

92,280 
313,569 

258,035 
15,757 

925,536 
48,459 

36,995 
.533,824 

29,359 
140,6.39 

.S,064,811 
1,006,291 

992, .362 
112,547 

17,92.5,494 
2,069,S74 

577,745 

292,394 



8,160,952 



768,1361 
3,268,012 

104,850 
343,241 

376,962 
23,0(;5 

3,737,754' 
156,419 

72,803 
773,780 

37,781 
179,42.j 

12,001,021 
1,750,768 

1,236,566 
130,838 

1.5,935,710 

1,74.5,140 

i 

608,7971 

349,301 



750,324 
3,365,296 

93,674 
.360,290 

486,865 
35,149; 



739,319 
3,123,739 

107,146 
:381,125 

434, .525 
32,992 



1,744,027 
100,600 


1,668,125 
73,185 


76,333 
636,881, 


46,954 
455,963 


46,602 
254,694 


45,441 

290.960 


10,242,476 
1,658,467 


12,901,960 
1,816,725 


1,145.163' 
126,518 


1,229,553 
123,716 


12,368,207 
1,254,586 


8,219,-518 
870,378 



1894. 



96,819 



1,031,725 1,006,126 1,092,063 
3,409,107 3,3.57,185 3,545,251 



37,165 



2,428,928: 2,723,836 3,148,697i 3,461,375 3,410,003 3,582,416 



19,104 
614.535 



9,254 
127,692 



132,815 103,428 



273,539 283,1651 248,797 240,900 231,120 



4,947 
40,400 

31,413 



71,813 



9,328,789 



687,980| 
293,923 



787,364 
302,748 



8,774,384 8,2.58,901 



773,909 
3,407,499 

103,564 
327,074 

S40,491 
60,878 

1,784,07C 
97,069 

44,001; 
399,515 

43,559 

258, .325 

13,825,336 
2,102,925 

1,424,892 
134,172 

24,042,111 
2,386,696 

799.548 

349,550 



10,323,251 



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211 



Articles of Merchandise Exported from Canada, &c. — Continued. 



Quantities and Valuks. 



1895. 1896 



77,253 



1897. 



113,3441 402,216 



1,20^,538 
3,782,696 

25,295 



1,125,563 
3,457,465 

38,285 



3,807,991 3,495,750 



1,221,104 
3,560,827 

31,654 



51,516! 

601, ISO i 



7,796 
115,894 

164,183 



280,077 



4,189 
33,810 

32,174 



150,015 

823,338 



10,258 
174,819 

155,143 



329,962 



65,984 



833,362 
3,461,678 

106,831 
322,249 

2,291,024 
102,718 

1,553,617 

66,887 



528 
5,280 



3,592,481 



119,169 
960,397 



1898. 1899. 1900. 1901. 1902. 1903 



480,288 



1,182,732 
3,456,059 

12,981 



3,409,040 



6,125 
97,483 

150,497 



152,322 

578,077 



361,936 



1,231.618 

3,718,826 

23,374 



255,638 



1,743,202 
4,771,441 

36,673 



3,742,200 



141,170 
464,010 



5,8621 
84,289 



6,522 
77,607 



490,720 305,780 



4,808,114 



183,409 
483,345 



247,980 



23 
275 



575,009! 383,387 



2561 
1,090 



861 
9,290 



36,1871 36,5841 



46,864' 52,588 



41,467 



36,859 



47,954 61,878 



785,368 
3,150,180 

104,361 
295,219 

1,919,417! 

84,681! 

I 

2,770,040 

100,915^ 



41,843 
397,8.55 


21,853 
281,267 


40,917 
306,775 


42,540 

340,928 


12,344,534 

1,837,676 


14,504,499 
2,149,067 


1,326,425 
124,615 


2,309,183 

222,548 


20,524,3.50 
2,009,413 


22,481,633 
2,536,755 


708,188 


904,451 


309,772 


300,137 



785,897 
2,883,004 

87,568 
242,316 

1,988,042 
104,068 

1,255,245 
■ 6.3,761 

17,785 
193,244 

33,622 
330,793 

11,340,039 
2,079,679 

2,033,876 
191,881 

27,961,895 
2,8.56,127 

781,917 

276,152 



9,647,826 10,366,148i 10,002,943 



10- 



■Ui 



760,517 
2,700,450 

.57,820 
188,712 

1,104, .534 
63,415 

1,488,673 
6.3,625 

12,877 
154,075 

38,485 
336,725 

11,919,634 
2,291,025 

1,5.56,541 

135,880 

41,648,579 
3,430,805 

843,807 

3.54,526 



10,563,045 



696,513 
2,737,4.34 

5.3,123 

186,873 

641,163 
39,826 

1,457,770 
86,540 

13,706 

169,765 

31,864 
367,558 

11,044,785 
2,321,655 

935,801 
93,439 

25,942,171 
2,407,481 

834,454 

363.245 



5,356 
64,405 

332,587 



396,992 



149 

2,285 

.51,410 



9,608,270 



53,695 



749,943 
3,041,346 

55,908' 
190,011 

713,703 
42,796 

493,482 
26,950 

11,974 

156,844 

29,664 
305,493 

10,471,838 
2,372,859 

1,6.57,603 
142,238 

37,047,280 
2,885,830 

1,066,500 

405,650 



10,636,517 



491,300 



527,726 



1,952,437 
5,438,903 

200,930 



5,639,833 



175,026 
654,541 



1,849,600 
4,934,260 

193,185 



310,695 



2,005,976 
.5,515,363 

150,226 



5,127,445! .5,665,589 



250,896, 105,030 
i 
1,226,679; 678,940 



4,795! 
57, 321 1 

694,937 



6,0.59: 
72,240 



4,815 
58,359 



752,258 



1,009,691! 1,201,200 



1,081,9311 1,259, .559 



6 
120 

37,877 



37,997 



733,566 
2,763,360 

71,215 
259,731 

719,250 
34,099 

380,336 
18,134 

40,130 

283,157 

49,503 
301,447 

11,178,647! 
2,283,930 

1,569,678 
141,628 

35, .343, 449 

2,889,482 

1,213,643 

492,128 



70 
V< 

61,881 



63,701 



1 

20 

116,474 

^ 

116,494 



10,680,739 



768,371 
3,199,868 

79,557 
294,024 

1,352,455 
55,580 

1,916,029 
66,438 

45, 706 1 
356,092 

35,573 
365,194' 

10,154,587' 
2,149,395: 

2,100,351 

196,896 

I 

49,302,6.54! 
5, 012, 738 1 

1,263,011 

607,906 



13,567,142 



814,984 
3,353,361 

74,204 
249,479 

119,094 
7,609 

860,350 
22,802 

20,239 
235,283 

33,292 
398,267 

11,539,142 
2, .591, 585 

1,(509,539 
161,711 

23,324,288 

2,589,838 

1,139,334 
666,357 



11,415,626 



212 



TRADE AND COMMERCE { 

3-4 EDWARD VII., A. 1904 
Xo. 14. — Statement of the Quantities and Values of the Principal 



Principal Articles. 



Flax, hemp, jute and mfrs. of : — 
Flax 'i g 



Tow 



All other 

Totals. . . . 

Fruits, all kinds : — 
Apples, dried .... 



f Cwt. 

'I s 



Lbs. 



. , f Lbs. 

Ajiples, green -^ 5^ 

Berries, all icinds S 

All other S 

Totals. 8 

Furs and skins and nJrs. of : — 
Furs and skin.s, undress- 
ed, the produce of fish 
or other marine animals -S 
Furs and skins not dress- 
ed $ 

Another 8 

Totals S 

^ f Tons 

^*y \ s 

Hides and skins, other than 
fur S 



Leather and mfrs. of. 
Lime 



S 



Metals and minerals and 
mfrs. of: — 
Copper, all kinds, in- f Tons. 

eluding copper ore . . 1 S 
Gold and silver and mfrs. of : — 
Gold bearing (juartz, 
dust, nuggets, &c.. . . S 



Sih ei- ore 



j Tons 

I S 



Totals, gold and silver. . 

Iron and steel and mfrs. of : 
Agricultural imple'ts. . 

Castings, N.E.S. 



Quantities and Values. 



1889. 



17,108 
121,807 



1890. 



1891. 



24,407 



21,207 
175,563 

12,9901 

95,698! 

I 

26.568; 



1892. 



21,877 
181,386, 

15, .565: 
99,299 

123 



1893. 



146,214 297,8291 



280,808 



93,601 
4,113 

771,971 
1,528,449 

7-5,754 

29,755 



91,962 
4,980 



800,650 
49,029 



378,475 451,197 
993,163 1,390,436 



36,192: 
67, 499 1 



64,849 
166,864 



1,638,071 1,101,834 1,671,178 



38,4.57! 
112,360 

19,014 
114,653 



227,013 



.34,S64| 
124,082 

1S,338| 
117,143! 

7.330 



691,276 1,187,673 
1,445,452 2,731,254 



93,398 
188,196 



97,119 
163,640 



212,374, 

1,812,428 

I 

42,294 



318,635 536,049 

1,562,105 1,395,821 

48,312' 95,961 



2,067,096 1,929,052 2,027,831 



91,480 115,162 

934,082 1,068,554 

48.3,756; 517,212; 

I 1 

882,563! 888,603; 

13:,166| 175,184! 



65,083 
559,489 

512,405 

957,585 

15.3.265 



1,343 

202,784 



2,544 
244,337 



.5,497 
,505,196 



62.3,479 657,022; 554,126 



216i 
168,265 



238 
201,015 



309 
238,367 



2.2.38 
.'16,603 



3,658 
395,819 



1894. 



27,730 
268.203 

9,599 
71,423 

100 



248,5.55 339,726 



260,517 3,.500,033 1,430,5.59 
14,644 200,S13i 98,988 



278.313 

.S08,.S89 

103,240 
163,068 



1,741,690: 3,192,826 1,174,185 



1,115,968 605,752 1,060,192 

1,542,856 1,481,168 1,758,890 

49,211 40,447 .30,759 



2,708,0,35 2,127,-367 2,849,841 



84,926: 151,881 276,858 

800,533 1,452,872 2,601,704 

505,009 47,3,117 321,902 

1,132,927! 1,009,070 1,714,024 

124,152 106,105 71,171 



596 
88,3-52 



316,177, 247,868 318,258 



325 
193,441 



418 
6.5.406' 



''629,655 
423,707 



791,744 



858,637 792,493 509,618! .313,274 741,965 




252,6201 

I 
28, 894 1 



103,9.57 
7,658: 



462,.503 
10,7:55 



406,479 
18,179 



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Articles of Merchandise Exported from Canada, etc. — Continued. 



Quantities and Values. 



1895. 


1896. 


1897. 


1898. 


1899. 


1900. 


1901. 


1902. 


1903. 


16,692 
151,567 


15,390 

128,887 


38,022 
304,652 


5,710 
38,73:- 


12,073 
75,140 


28,344 
196,769 


32,140 
235,080 


14,645 
143, ,531 


19,304 
175,268 


13,863 
92,148 


18,379 
93,195 


18,835 

84,728 


11,281 
43,847 


8,536 
50,566 


11,749 

79,619 


642 

4,484 


3,351 
23,933 


555 
3,943 






2,898 




2,400 


53,326 


989 




1,142 






243,715 


222,082 

1,009,221 

48,058 


392,278 


82,582 


128,106 


329,714 


240,553 


167,464 


180,3.53 


4,178,343 
250,418 


5,550,003 
179,644 


2,552,075 
125,658 


8,167,280 
429,656 


4,181,038 
210,892 


4,328,069 
191,386 


1,688,960 
102,353 


7,795,410 
102 41 2 


853,369 
1,821,710 


567,745 
1,417,571 


1,665,139 
2,503,637 


439,538 
1,307,059 


1,077,939 
2,624,470 


956,674 
2,578,853 


678,670 
1,48.3,048 


516,394 

l,.o67,322 


1,000, .5(55 
2,7.59,047 


107,825 


150,253 


132,296 


79,464 


89,348 


127,740 


113,824 


84,468 


1 10,504 


260,946 


237,005 


34.5,609 


271,330 


.571,932 


466,528 


261,165 


226,375 


480,004 


2,440,899 


1,852,887 


3,161,180 


1,783,-511 


3,715,406 


3,384,013 


2,049,423 


1,980,518 


3,751,967 


1,163,962 


761,387 


460,837 


.370,679 


296,075 


.537,242 


582 


538,.530 


357,006 


1,584,285 


1,766,750 


1,599,803 


1,512,646 


1,504,481 


1,739,625 


1,629,329 


1,792,859 


2,398,966 


75,438 


63,433 


123,931 


41,235 


85,948 


94,885 


50,137 


42,150 


54,696 


2,823,685 


2,591,570 


2,184,571 


1,924,560 


1,886,504 


2,371,752 


1,680,048 


2,373,539 


2,810,668 


199,132 
1,.540,251 


214,672 
1,976,749 


113,754 
999,238 


37,141 

358,614 


64,428 
411,631 


175,417 
1,414,119 


252,979 
2,097',902 


434,807 
4,415,324 


450,066 
3,596,557 


980,418 


1,163,953 


1,569,628 


1,121,376 


1,279,892 


1,407,202 


2,249,438 


1,737,230 


1,979,524 


1,376,660 


2,018,080 


1,.56],987 


1,630,974 


1,695,997 


1,889,507 


2,453,204 


2,319,763 


2,387,907 


83,595 


76,451 


56,720 


48,323 


64,113 


77,360 


83,514 


112,034 


127,792 


1,721 
222,657 


2,261 
294,230 


5,065 
550,577 


6,963 

864,778 


4,236 
922,979 


6,912 
1,387,388 


13,178 
2,660,276 


15,196 
2,990,425 


14,816 
2,907,705 


612,729 


1,099,053 


2,804,101 


3,.588,812 


3,272,702 


14,148,543 


24,445,156 


19,684,604 


16,490,820 


*1, 116,217 
651,737 


*2, 508, 233 
1,595,548 


*4, 097,212 
2,613,173 


*6, 784, 035 
3,519,786 


* 4,417,422 
2,630,281 


*2, 283, 148 
1,-354,055 


*4, 022,019 
2,420,750 


*3,684,727 
2,055,428 


*3, 246, 776 
1,804,592 


1,264,466 


2,694,601 


5,417,274 


7,108,628 


5,902,983 


15,502,598 


26,865,906 


21,740,032 
1,820,800 


18,295,412 


665,667 


595,277 


762,262 


1,444,463 


1,867,223 


1,693,581 


1,749,565 


2,299,292 


26,938 


j 106,162 


130,887 


116,439 


114,405 


170,569 


106,579 


116,513 


186,215 



Ounces. 



2U 



TRADE AND COMMERCE 



3-4 EDWARD VII., A. 1904 
No. 14. — Statement of the Quantities and Values of the Principal 





QU.-VNTITIES .■\M> VaLUK?. 




1889. 


1890. 


1891. 


1892. 


1893. 


1894. 


Metals and minerals and 
mfrs. of — Con. 
Iron and steel and mfrs. of— Con. 
Hardware $ 


100,309 

211,429 
24,752 

60,289 

5 

151 


96,917 

. 192,276 

13,811 

31,376 

15 

296 


93,340 

181,027 

14,648 

32,582 

34 

414 


106,722 

14.3,045 

7,707 

36,935 

4 

118 


102,405 

214,466 

7,811 

26,114 

85 

948 


154,335 

167,934 
1,8.59 
9,02(> 


* 

Machines and mach'ry. $ 

Ores, iron { ^on^- 

Pig iron { Tons. 

rtcraj) iron or steel. . . 1 I** 

Steel and mfrs. of $ 

All other $ 


7,973 

35,052 

3,216 

751,283 


26,673 

32,689 

2,741 


14,890 

52,548 

4,083 


5,042 

71,367 

2,575 


3,820 

73,873 

3, .536 


5,190 

5!), 458 

3,088 


Totals, i ron and steel. $ 


760,513 


t)60,398 


777,419 


898,400 


883.698 














3,312,619 
65,337 

13,859 


Lead ore and jng lead.. • X' ' 

[ •> 

Tin and mfrs. of $ 


18 


2,000 
10,942 

6,563 

444,159 

26,932 


36,062 


5,200 
15,826 


2,329 

15,892 


Miscellaneous nietals and 
minerals and mfrs. of :— 

Asbestus {Ton«- 

^I- {"f- 

Nickel, fine | ^|*^- 


4,648^ 
323,886 
510,151 

35,633 


7,022 
51.3,909 

22,312 

5,352,043 
240,499 

104,158 


7,316 
514,412 

68^466 

15,233,028 

617,639 

145,S04 


5,898 
396,718 

' 96,900 

8,924,000 

427,557 

172,261 


(;,23.S 

340,0,36 

342,392 

26,5.53 

8,411,27ir 

808 799 


All other. $ 


204,856 


161,507 


r>3 S11 






Totals, misc. metals, &c $ 


564,375 


632,598 


880,878 


1,345,721 


1,093,436 


1,299,199 


Totals, metals, &c . . . $ 


2,310,204 


2,509,027 


2,875,027 


2,870,387 


2,719,150 


3,092,410 


Musical instnnnents :— 
Organs \ ^o. 

All other $ 


4,034 

288,596 

35,182 


4,628 
291,889 

46,.558 


5,677 
348.958 

()0,924 


5,686 
342,297 

65,782 


3,816 
268,905 

52,298 


?,362 

210,588 

65,730 


Totals $ 


323,778 


338,447 


409,882 


408,079 


321,203 


276,318 


Oils, all kinds. . $ 


79,147 

65,796 
63,102 


68,997 

51,658 
62, .507 


58.143 

93,462 
118,167 


78,590 

159,206 
187,086 


102,397 

101,250 
.336,714 


74,035 

174,6(i4 
205,561 


Oil cake / Cwt. 

1, <p 


Provisions : — 
Butter / ^l^- 

Cheese { ^bs. 

^""^« {''r 

Meats :— 

Bacon and hams . .[ ^^^• 


2,217,986 

392,655 

98,364,585 

9,517,250 

14,028,893 
2,159,510 

4,099,008 
3S4,752 


3,189,083 

526,654 

107,489,877 

10, .523, 946 

12,844,610 
1,795,913 

7,725,644 
647,296 


3,964,844 

624,640: 

117,416,051 

10,434,239 

8,022,935 
1,160,359 

8,490,423 
693,0461 


7,141,832 
1,273,094 

128,410,730 
12,554,286 

7, 93., 206 
1,089,823 

13,181,205 
1,234,652 


7,057,194 

1,300,199 

142,311,925 

14,1.57,555 

6,805.432 
868,007 

18,504,347 
1,970,518 


5,653,942 

1,114,712 

163,673,885 

16,267,309 

5,141,588 
714,056 

28,510,556 
2,938.551 



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SESSIONAL PAPER No. 10 
Articles of Merchandise Exported from Canada, &c. — Continued. 

Quantities and Values. 



1895. 


1896. 


1897. 


1898. 


1899. 


1900. 


1901. 


1902. 


1903. 


133,173 

188,950 

4,729 

43,088 

259 

6,202 


92,087 

292,700 

14 

.35 

2,078 

46,905 


123,240 

228,311- 
1,320 
2,492 

2,865 
08,112 


180,774 

339,473 

260 

402 

2,435 

61,.575 


158,834 

437,761 

1,849 

4,968 

2,194 

50,840 

39,016 

40,881 

119,097 

23,150 


325,164 

086,094 

4,327 

7,689 

6,598 

149,156 

272,670 

274,599 

134,042 

21,614 


124,455 

678,304 

.59,501 

1.53,957 

0,260 

131,1.31 

162,217 

140,603 

607, 42() 

25,517 


96,988 

584,369 
525,983 

1,303,901 
113,438 

1,119,287 

226,317 

231,170 

729,729 

24,697 


82,751 

737,019 
293,510 
7.33,2; 

20,204 

264,132 

181,527 

133,661 

2,399,852 

12,997 


7,.5.57 

51,489 

3,811 


9,109 
57,060 
42,979 


5,042 
48, .539 
28,303 


22,526 

58,880 
28,650 


1,120,875 


1,242,314 


1,397,195 


2,253,182 


2,817,159 


3,462,508 


3,717,537 


6,027,454 


6,849,149 


18,058,800 
33.3,703 

17,274 


20,301,428 
408,625 

39,532 


30,123,504 

524,181 

32,3.39 


4.3,957,021 

1,008,117 

47,287 


34,058,294 

895,769 

27,823 


20,165,301 
688,691 

71,244 


65,002,338 
2,517,084 

59,151 


30,615,140 
889,369 

98,247 


16,277,956 
384,077 

90,953 


8,005 
493,325 
/71,097 

47,409 

8,012,586 

599,508 

149,224 


9,588 

482,679 

558,419 

55,627 

6,996,540 

486,651 

105,933 


10,969 

510,917 

479,016 

61,998 

7,527,472 

498,515 

140,814 


18,438 

510,708 

511,330 

09,572 

14,900,990 

970,531 

413,814 


14, .520 

453,176 

1,180,185 

148,239 

14.428,063 

994,537 

256,090 


18,164 

490,909 

1,079,353 

130,352 

13,493,239 

1,040,498 

370,671 


26,895 
868,873 
979,258 
149,588 
9,537,558 
958,365 

661,305 


33,072 

1,1.31,202 

997,105 

242,310 

3,883,264 

834,513 

843,368 


30,661 
955,405 

1,393,820 
327,894 

9,032,-554 
878,159 

1,087,1.53 


1,289,586 


1,190,890 


1,212,244 


1,964,625 


1,852,042 


2,038,430 


2,638,131 


3,051,393 


3,248,611 


4,254,621 


5,870,192 


9,133,810 


1.3,246,647 


12,418,755 


23,150,859 


38,458,085 


34,796,920 


31,775,907 


4,245 
2.55,924 

54,923 


4,808 
285,172 

69,088 


5,798 
343,800 

03,524 


5,595 
312,923 

57,038 


7,621 
401,334 

69,629 


8,104 
440,147 

77,382 


8,144 
458,506 

97,014 


7,688 
394,689 

84,164 


6,299 
349,684 

84,337 


310,847 


354,260 


407,324 


369,961 


470,963 


517,529 


555,.520 


478,853 


434,021 


75,382 

78,492 
94,224 


87,245 

97,571 
121,424 


140,224 

137,576 
195,0.39 


79,290 

162,150 
198,875 


6.3,043 

104,916 
143,861 


04,241 

211,399 
224,102 


74,250 

176,712 
183,347 


170,395 

185,229 
205,793 


11.5,926 

257,411 
289,945 


3,720,245 

709,126 

155,780,972 

15,118,894 

6,500,818 
807,991 

40,134,054 
3,800,714 


6,237,349 

1,118,768 

169,180,407 

14,283,825 

6,520,680 
807,090 

53,740,970 
4,382,465 


12,555,577 

2,253,481 

171,402,193 

15,262,750 

7,476,630 

978,479 

69,129,768 
5,843,800 


14,355,405 

2,523,004 
208,094,410 

18,480,108 

10,309,990 
1,255, .304 

85,407,04.- 
8,046,36; 


22,107,756 

4,025,405 

198,112,-385 

17,401,436 

9,652,512 
1,267,063 

116,662,437 
10,417,771 


26,980,607 

5,42<»,563 

192,573,261 

20,483,981 

10,187,966 
1,457,942 

1.35,036,495 

12,758,525 


16,656,279 

3,355,197 

200,385,432 

21,123,251 

11,363,914 
1,692,296 

105,581,967 
11,783,264 


27,889,907 

5,667,150 

202,873,739 

19,870,072 

11,639,755 
1,736,141 

107,987,881 
12,404,990 


34,146,917 

6,958,900 

229,737,916 

24,776,406 

7,415,148 
1,441,2.54 

141,997,2.51 
15,912,194 



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No. 14. — Statement of the Quantities and Values of the Principal 



(Quantities and Values. 



Principal Articles. 


1889. 


1890. 


1891. 


1892. 


1893. 


1894. 


Provisions — Con . 
Meats— Con. 

Beef 


r Lbs. 

\ S 


J 

707,076 
36,519 


512.030 
23,596 


568,015 
2.5,161 


442,373 
19,302 


742,766 
35,104 


3,002,404 
173,707 


Pork 


( Lbs. 

\ s 


536,597 
35,765 


663,349 
37,113 


.562,737 
29,826 


810,7.36 
40,352 


1,402,435 
122,209 


1,4.51,422 
85,633 


Meat>, canned 


r Lbs. 

1, $ 


382,806: 
30.929 


1,165,996 
109,103 


2, 774,-536 
271,994 


6,.398,942 
631,584 


10,141,774 
1,006,398 


7,830,708 
730,744 


All oth«^r 


.«! 


140,627 


134,069 


71,9.36 


63,030 


121,495 


162,518 




/ Bush. 


Totals 


12,698,007 


13,797,690 


13,.311,201 


16,906,123 


19,581,485 


22,187,230 


Seeds and biillx)us roots 
Clover and ^ass seed. 






473,644 


'" 2.35^684 


88,586 
595,875 


•I « 


164,453 


176,741 


355,269 


Flax seed 


/Bush. 

1 -s 


8,284 . 
7,637 . 




92 
350 






397 








205 


All other 




3,954 


6,175 


3,073 

• 


2,766 


5,844 


7,507 


Totals 


176,044 


182,916 


358,692 


476,410 


240,928 


603, .587 




r No. 

•■| s 

r Galls. 


Ships 


38 
303,587 


35 
484,148 


35 

280,474 


56 
.506,747 


42 
363,916 


43 
243,429 


Spirits and wines :-- 
Whiskey 


10,499 
18,840 


13.664 
26,825 


20,776 
46,736 


37,378 
90,241 


56,469 
140,834 


77,277 
176,816 


Another 


. . s 

s 


21,717 


.3.3,007 


52,405 


29,408 


42,382 


39,037 




40,557 

250,328 
42,067 


59,832 


99,141 


119,649 


183,216 


91 -J g53 




/ Tons. 

•I S 




Stone and nianufactures 
Gravel and sand 


329,648 
60,359 


324,120 
63,326 


229,771 
60,285 


334,034 
117,760 


302,765 
96,853 


Gypsum, crude 


(Tons. 

•1 S 


176,875 
189,491 


175,111 

193,899 


172,496 
184,977 


178, .51 8 
194,. 304 


176,489 

178,979 


162,412 
160,082 


All other 


s 


92,441 


114,750 


94,540 


85,640 


104,677 


81,638 




8 


Totals 


323,999 


.369,008 


342,843 


340,229 


401,416 


338,573 


Sugar molasses, &c 


70,065 


111,176 


146,253 


187,041 


475,529 


177,26<; 


Tea 


1 Lbs. 

• "1 .«! 


242,699 
44, 830 : 


230.334 
43,863 


245,481 
47,406 


1,163,841 
211,714 


494,860 
78,317 


648,142 
110,452 


Tobacco and mfrs. of . . . 


r Bu.sh. 


105,384 


85,998 


58,.5.52 


68,111 


129,007 


225,609 


Vegetables, viz : — 
Potatoes 


975,851 
287,763 


1,4.58,797 
495,745 


3,668,72{* 
1,693,674 


586,196 
295,421 


1,112,838 

421,958 

1 


1,097,576 
397,992 


All other 


. . 8 


70,224 


104,899 


103,691 


80,980 


147,511 


128,714 


Totals 


357,987 


600,644 


1,797,365 


376,401 


569,469 


526,706 



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Articles of Merchandise Exported from Canada, &c. — Continued. 



Quantities and Values. 



1895. 


1896. 


1897. 


1898. 


1899. 


1900. 


1901. 


1902. 


1903. 


6,062,3!T5 


597,673 


1,871,120 


1,086,985 


506, .360 


3,037,780 


9,8.59,786 


4,470,894 


2,568,716 


452,906 


28,957 


80,416 


61,699 


31,443 


228,983 


820,337 


421,473 


218,314 


1,057.0.36 


2,281,744 


1,391,898 


2,220,820 


2,479,391 


1,461,650 


879,422 


780,815 


1,461,492 


67,541 


107,887 


52 222 


80,760 


73.257 


63,26? 


59,944 


68,896 


134,818 


3,471.638 


9,368,867 


6,019,291 


2,424,364 


1,236,761 


2,892,412 


3,754,009 


8,650,930 


5,786,757 


319,868 


820,605 


330,124 


225,089 


104,718 


312,290 


423,045 


882,191 


619,911 


213,014 


155,097 


430,923 


466,574 


265,860 


296,966 


629,115 


412,575 


.507,639 


21,496,054 


21,704,694 


25,232,195 


31,14.5,625 


33,586,953 


41,031,513 


39,886,449 
135,693 


41,463,488 
303,119 


50,569,442 


201,584 


99,614 


95,518 


121,940 


203,90(1 


110,919 


184,807 


834,558 


418,754 


412,450 


44.5,529 


747,998 


360,628 


595,834 


1,304,048 


957,307 


65,152 


65,007 


147,164 


94,602 


825,774 


747,361 


168,743 


676,201 


412,196 


71,308 


46,599 


125,.392 


80,568 


826,843 


1,039,689 


257,377 


1,013,967 


581,667 


26,608 


14,842 


14,486 


5,679 


10,718 


6,643 


13,248 


19,778 


4,857 


932,474 


480,195 


552,328 


531,776 


1,585,559 


1,406,960 


866,459 


2,337,793 


1,543,831 


31 


57 


30 


39 


15 


29 


5 


13 


13 


172,563 


99.392 


105,164 


191,069 


127,181 


205,618 


66,46F 


177,333 


167.507 


118,595 


134,755 


155.902 


100,010 


123,687 


147,9.56 


161,729 


163,833 


169.345 


327,933 


377,863 


444,756 


268,675 


343,786 


402,473 


440,688 


462,217 


525,603 


25,155 


28,204 


31,214 


20,722 


16,051 


16,958 


68,041 


98,264 


108,066 


353,088 


406,067 


475,970 


289,397 


359,837 


419,431 


508,729 


560,481 


633,669 


301,944 


286,139 


• 
188,558 


105,643 


179,134 


251,260 


197,065 


169,734 


255,596 


90,093 


119,847 


75,136 


80,952 


93,492 


102,151 


108,509 


119,421 


128,577 


160,898 


200,857 


180,540 


180,350 


163,719 


233,395 


172,220 


268,480 


299,633 


156,897 


205,641 


183,376 


193,515 


166,222 


236,065 


185,417 


273,-335 


307,398 


97,752 


9.5,777 


89,035 


95,391 


102,645 


155,771 


209,120 


209,196 


168,432 


344,742 


421,265 


347,547 


369,858 


362,359 


493,987 


503,046 


601,9.52 


604,407 


443,654 


126,013 


177,746 


144,213 


144,557 


120,171 


154,597 


129,207 


230,488 


9.53,532 


319,665 


3,462,975 


1,695,172 


1,226,519 


1,581,751 


1,425,616 


1,532,716 


1,859,820 


132,949 


54,246 


425,897 


277,388 


195,125 


266,866 


258,137 


28u,351 


390,300 


191,284 


230,961 


^0.9,215 


197,475 


177,167 


158,460 


413,74 


198,606 


326,782 


1,379,043 


596,635 


770,396 


1,450,078 


651,335 


680,527 


891,154 


1,333,554 


662,6.34 


527,382 


227,606 


246,140 


633,927 


,315,527 


330,309 


366,410 


689,860 


389,095 


137,424 


109,205 


132,596 


106,915 


152.597 


176,207 


197,955 


315,191 


175,594 


664,806 


336,811 


378,736 


740,842 


468,124 


.506,516 


564,365 


1,005,051 


564.689 

- 



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No 14. — Statement of the Quantities and Values of the Principal 









Quantities an'd Values. 




Principal Articles. 














1889. 


1890. 


1891. 


1892. 

1 


1893. 


1894. 


Wood and manufactures of : - 
Wood, unmanufactured : — 








1 






Firew<X3d {Co|ds. 

Hop, hoop, telegraph 

and other poles S 

Logs :— 

Elm I^V*" 


157,505 
340,030 

97,534 

27,294 
136,754 


133,27] 
281,298 

92,326 

28,413 
144,9^5 


147,780 
314,870 

144,396 

27,470 
155,503 


179,158 
370,301 

83,581 

34,116 
208,70;t 


181,417 
354,429 

114,030 

33,615 
219,065 


149,078 
287,030 

71,789 

23,500 
152,221 


Pine ' ^^- ^*- 


10,839 
94,287 


32,144 

201,626 


36,699 
313,281 


73,963 
651,540 


127,101 
1,057,345 


279,707 
2,459,354 


Spruce \^^^'- 


20,403 
138,763 


26,082 
157,112 


28,494 
158,334 


23,434 

141,168 


21,103 
123,254 


17,930 
107,282 


Other {^^l^'- 


35,328 
207,290 


16,890 
118,850 


12,801 
103,098 


18,369 
114,506 


16,812 
117,890 


19,363 
142,990- 




Lumber : — 

Deals, pine jSt.M. 


57,558 
2,313,217 


94,366 
3,803,539 


82,116 
2,923,107 


04,964 
2,431,714 


70,130 
3,116,924 


05,843 
2,768,238 


.. spruce and other. - ■,. ' 


186,779 
4,900,332 


215,646 
5,871,470 


210,513 

5,497,590 


179,724 
4,602,919 


195,337 
5,063,678 


219,730 
5,507,739 


..end. {^t-J^^- 


10,133 
244,373 


10,683 
338,973 


11,191 
281,098 


12,051 
290,708 


12,190 
295,478 


16,614 
484,324 


Laths, palings and/ M. 
pickets (^ -S 


325,339 
489,736 


337,0S4 
477,009 


353,853 
520,045 


318,153 
474,717 


367,427 
608,336 


357, i:U 
552,171 


Planks and lx,ards. { ^^■^^*'- 


746,776 
8,618,306 


713,436 

8,104,577 


807,859 
8,963,434 


740,786 
8,3.53,055 


878,866 
9,904,491 


669,900 
7,964,970 


•Foists and .scant- (' M. ft. 
ling 1 $ 


21,395 
167,842 


20,448 
170 424 


21,441 
174,882 


17,561 
, 138,478 


22,203 
191,127 


22,543 
187,438 


.Staves and headings. S 


410,194 


410,769 


419.586 


462,911 


615,064 


641,460 


Other lumber, N. E.S. -? 


957,021 


884,920 


551,433 


398,167 


905,458 


459,331 


Shingles ( ^- 


238,681 
496,815 


216,357 
460,742 


273,844 
578,083 


347,867 
719,548 


417,116 

849,471 


388,586 
754,743 


Sleei^ers and railroad/ Pes. 
ties 1 S 


2,406,648 
484,682 


1,696,506 
346,401 


1,012,059 
339,685 


1,467,839 
261,036 


1,411.901 
21.5,1.50 


891,254 
131,765 


Timljer, square : — 
Birch -(Tons. 


19,710 
160,331 


28,370 
234,634 


25,270 
204,-577 


29,363 
235,277 


26,698 
212,090 


16,808 
127,591 


Elm 1 Tons. 

1. ® 


15,084 
198,173 


18,365 
256,165 


15,634 
204,236 


16,213 
219,762 


15,504 
208,011 


10,692 
143,809 


Oak { Tons- 


28,830 
610,845 


40,761 
. 860,130 


26,813 
553,272 


23,298 
480,216 


27,102 
580,745 


25,857 
579,557 


l^ine, red { ^ons. 


10,735 
107,522 


10,347 
105,549 


9,083 
83,340 


7,131 
62,041 


8,044 
78,130 


0,849 
74,458 


„.v,;^^ / Tons. 
.. white -'. g 


150,7.84 
J 2,030,526 


175,265 
, 2,698,905 


145,686 
2,052,060 


123,994 
1,645,711 


105,789 
1,481,1.55 


109,517 
1,571,731 



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Articles of Merchandise Exported from Canada, <i&c. — ContAnued. 



219 



Quantities and Values. 



1895. 



1896. 



115,568 
222,189 

39,730 

34,141 
205,084 

212,251 
1,860,725 

25,095 
90,990 

1^,245 
76,616 



61,108 
2,369,027 

208,068 

5,271,898 

16,670 
464,260 

362,6o4 
495,860 

670,972 
7,441,256] 

22,627! 
184, 680 1 

638,272 i 

639,049 

362,205 
689,613 

881,143 
130,208 



14,841 
111,305 

12,572 
163,866 

18,719 
411,476 

3,510; 

34,688! 

75,532 
1,125, 837 1 



118,720 
222,389 

50,503 

18,961 

124,988 

157,449 
1,423,989 

15,182 
86,075 

13,635 
96,269 



84,517 
3,061,537 

223,432 
5,579,746 

17,911 
520,646 

427,053 
528,395 

818,643 
8,513,710 

45,129 
402,454 

701,983 

688,332 

465,736 
899,547 

1,287,661 
21.3,622 



27,076 
228,876 

16,291 
209,409 

29,043 
614,028 

8,865 
108,436 

93,990 
1,570,652 



1897. 



1898. 



i.6,218 
173,921 

61,232 

11,987 

77,978 

218,100 
1,832,352 

19,693 
107,073 

12,862 
108,699 



68,157 
3,313,357 

262,946 
7,094,485 

19,628 
637,193 

433,234 
515,:i76 

1,074,537 
10,832,185 

49,99C 
437,974 

699,431 

342,009 

683,680 
1,201,562 

1,32.5,938 
229,780 



24,2r>0 
194,080 

12,107 
170,689 

31,313 
540,288 

4,932 
52,439 

92, .503 
1,3.52,669 



79,972 
140,897 

36,126 

8,483 
53,784 

186,049 
1,616,671 

5,526 
33,885 

10,583 
95,977 



78,786 
3,885,448 

292,743 
7,918,366 

22,224 
641,068 

339, (;05 
376,281 

515,277 
5,625,391 

31,584 
246,273 

401,583 

277,953 

565,839 
994,438 

701,810 
101,191 



16,205 
143,623 

10,009 
222, .529 

33,841 
740,502 

5,834 
62,011 

101,533 

1,764,074 



1899. 



70,741 
123,711 

55,182 

6,401 
44,687 

161,927 
1,398,454 

8,143 
49,769 

8,760 
76,792 



92,373 
4,193,628 

295,355 

7,848,437 

20,830 
770,458 

332,998 
432,323 

049,299 
6,885,762 

29,118 
234,968 

527,131 

374,591 

564,017 
976,361 

529,068 
84,305 



26,161 
204,186 

15,327 
221,663 

25,640 
.557,-592 

5,259 
61,061 

97,693 



1900. 


1901. 


1902. 


1903. 


67,203 
117,751 


44,251 
90,905 


43,873 
91,507 


• 

48,858 
11.5,769 


48,872 


68,720 


103,981 


57,910 


10,127 

74,721 


26,318 
193,749 


6,978 
54,245 


1,731 

15,517 


50,365 
494,311 


31,381 

285,798 


15,242 

175,684 


11,705 
139,406 


9,711 
03,078 


32,362 
235,820 


8,275 
63,555 


7,142 
59,781 


18,223 
128,526 


47,229 
340,238 


45,262 
272,356 


31,262 
219,854 


71,890 
.3,286,.598 


70,992 

2,857,822 


66,247 
3,167,383 


87,341 
3,653,917 


307,637 
8,287,960 


338,593 
8,174,304 


242,636 
7,451,148 


251,806 
8,31.5,454 


19,766 
564,809 


26,108 

(;81,384 


1.5,273 
472,015 


17,208 
551,769 


355,705 
532,106 


320,725 
005,693 


480,972 
840,714 


483,632 
1,041,129 


842,721 
9,618,526 


737,187 
9,400,469 


934,197 
12,570,849 


954,337 
14,008,846 


26,402 
235,664 


42,075 
389,253 


38,167 
307,965 


44,398 
451,194 


549,816 


440,083 


301,047 


284,412 


561,239 


494,448 


375,140 


554,272 


609,209 
1,131,506 


623,419 
1,146,150 


781,160 
1,525,386 


798,277 
1,610,143 


1,297,003 
221,906 


839,275 
152,940 


868,800 
182,198 


970,332 
210,948 


24,857 
229,5.54 


25,538 
223,380 


10,817 
107,861 


19,063 
204,690 


13,094 
20.5,131 


15,688 
273,579 


13,119 

248,296 


14,045 
305,090 


19,531 

405,008 


15,787 
317,286 


15,379 
356,913 


17,095 
434,141 


5,000 
65,601 


8,933 
143, .530 


2,281 
30,922 


10,857 
219,991 


70,549 
1,254,457 


50,645 
916,452 


47,686 
923,795 


58,632 
1,310,.5.57 



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No. 14. -Statement of the Quantities and Values of the Principal 



Pkivcipal Akticles. 



Wood, and manufactures of :— Con 
Wood, unmanufactured — Con. 
TimVjer, square — Con. 

Other {'^f- 

Wood for pulp -"^ 

All other wood, unmanu- 
factured S 

Totals, wood unmanu- 
factured 

W(X>d manufactured : — 
Household furniture. . . -? 

Doors,sa-hes and blinds S 

Matches&matchsplints n 

Wood pulp 8 

All other w(X)d mnfac'd 8 

Totals, wood manufacd S 

Totals, wood and manu- 
factures of S 

Wool and maniifactures of : — 

w 1 I Lbs 

\N (ol, raw - » 

Woollens 8 

Totals 8 

Coin and bullion 8 

Total values of principal 
and other articles S 

Aggregate trade — 
Iniiwrts 8 

Exjxjrts 8 

Grand totals.. . S 





Quantities 


\xi) Values. 




1889. 


1890. 


1891. 


1892. 


1893. 


1894. 


9,149 


14,419 


9,595 


8,998 


8,533 


12,148 


133,747 


208,682 


143,638 


108,280 


104,693 


152,696 




80,005 


188,998 


219,458 


386,092 

1 


393,260 



999,288, 813,790 



8 24,337,608 



198,549 
.52,889 



27,182,897 



476,914 
728,352 



182,462 
69,474 
114,712 
168,228 
384,494 



25.365,960 



1,037,922 
221,095 

61,862 



919,370 



873,129 845.214 



709,799 618,774 



25,741,675 



140,188 
86,4.50 
168,237 
280,619 
395,596 



23,519,017 27,511,905 26,394,727 



68,162 
123,144 
196,184 
355,303 
405,090 



177,197 144,702 

130,349| 158,196 

204,410 216,038 

455,893 547,836 

361,327 318,853 



28,102,267 



1,071,090, 1,141,883 1,329,176 1,385,625 



26,812,765 24,666,900 28,841,0811 27,780,352 



1,105,192 1,131.802 
248,801; 247,910 



932,584 
201,018 



51,220 



282,9.57 300,021 



1,978,256 2,439,782 



89,189,167. 96,749,149 



115,224,931 121,858,241 

i 

89,189,167 96,749,149 



204,414,098 218,607,390 



67,472 107,446 



1,168,834' 
228,311 

51,689 



82,197 
16,332 

47,723 



315,382 311,464' 



280,000 



64,055 



946,927 1,809.118 4,133,698 1,839,380 



98,417,296 



119,967,638 



113,963,375 118,564,352 117,524,949 



127,406,068 129,074,268 123,474,940 



98,417,296 113,963,375 118,564,352 117,524,949 
218,384,9341241,369,443 247,638,620 240,999,889 



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221 



Articles of Merchandise Exported from Canada, l^c. — Conchided. 



Quantities and Values. 



1895. 


1896. 


1897. 


1898. 


1899. 


1900. 


1901. 


1902. 


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7,603 
93,603 


9,466 
120,999 


5,894 
83,948 


4,745 
76,343 


5,389 
80,584 


15,631 
101,694 


17,407 
247,747 


7,328 
103,818 


' 6,092 
98,764 


468,359 


627,865 711,152 

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912,041 


842,086 


902,772 


1,397,019 


1,315,038 


1,558,560 


777,386 620,352 


567,556 


578,958 


603,113 


733,568 


1,078,911 


895,299 


891,669 


24,005,977 


27,214,802 


31,337,328 


26,945,413 


28,003,498 


29,815,834 


30,155,686 


31,997,115 


36,313,783 


99,150 


78,607 


127,752 


248,317 


356,490 


382,623 


241,826 


285,276 


378,093 


139,402 


190,004 


285,161 


324,610 


378,306 


299,359 


194,168 


303,687 


331.976 


172,159 


195,987 


151,276 


195,779 


257,981 


103,961 


89,130 


51,704 


112,048 


590,874 


675,777 


741,959 


1,210,923 


1,274,376 


1,816,016 


1,938,246 


2,046,406 


3,150,943 


326,574 


451,622 


402,853 


438,045 


610,079 


580,378 


542,301 


550,015 


581,173 


1,328,159 


1,591,997 


1,709,001 


2,417,674 


2,877,132 


3,182,337 


3,005,671 


3,237,088 


4,554,233 


25,334,136 


28,806,799 


33,046,329 


29,363,087 


30;880,630 


32,998,171 


33,161,357 


35,234,203 


40,868,016 


5,532,821 
1,057,376 


3,970,700 
832,797 


7,857,657 
1,444,445 


1,172,034 
201,481 


91,991 
14,601 


2,213,863 
420,776 


1,152,601 
197,581 


1,973.772 
302,245 


2,527,450 
382,935 


94,464 


80,916 


76,166 


41,656 


37,255 


61,790 


76,556 

274,137 

1,978,489 


81,489 


64,222 


1,151,840 


913,713 1,520,611 


243,137 


51,856 


482,566 


383,734 


447,157 


4,325,319 


4,699,309 


3,492,550 


4,623,138 4,016,025 


8,657,168 


1,669,422' 


619,963 


113,638,803 


121,013,852 


137,950,253 

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i 
164,152,683 

140,323,0531 


58,896,905 


191,894,723 


•196,487,632 


*211,640,2S6j 


*225.849,724 


110,781,682! 118,011,508 


1 
119,218,609 


62,764,308 


189,622,513 


190,415,525 


212,270,158 


241,214,961 


113,638,803 121,013,852 


137,950,253 


164,152,683158,896,905 


191,894,723 


'196,487,632 


^211,640,286 


'225,849,724 


224,420,485 


239,025,360 


257,168,862 


304,475,736 321,661,213 


381,517,236 


386,903,157 


423,910,444! 


467,064,685 



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No. 16 — Statement (by Countries) of the Values of the Principal Articles Exported 
during the Fiscal Years ended June 30, 1899, to 1903. 

(Abbheviations.— 6r. B., Great Britain. U. <S'., United States. B. W., British West. B. E. British 
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Countries. 


1899. 


1900. 


1901. 


1902. 


1903. 


Animals, living :— 

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G. B 

U. S 

B. W. Indies 

Newfoundland .... 

St. Pierre 

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$ 

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242,947 

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287,474 


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80,734 

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B. W. Indies 

France 

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St. Pierre 

Switzerland. ...... 

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4,223 


4,977 




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21,930 

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8,609,890 


8,781,386 


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348,929 


521,666 
316,804 


230,775 
490,872 


435,155 

646,429 

490 

651,300 

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10,885 

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2,720 

10,495 

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328,125 

2,475 

18,134 
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B. W. Indie.s 

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St. Pierre . . 


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13,828 

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1,265,185 


1,071,831 


1,758,504 


1,033,363 


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48,595 
1,068,756 


14,595 

1,163,162 

240 

2,698 
1,049 
1,226 


94,916 
1,001,004 

598 

799 


95,281 

803,701 


94,386 


U. S.. 


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B. W. Indie.s 

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St. Pierre 


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1,182,970 


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No. 16. — Statement (by Countries) of the Valu«^s of the Principal Articles 
Exported, &c. — Continued. 



Articles Exported. 


Countries. 


1899. 


• 
1900. 


1901. 


1902. 


1903. 


Animals, living— Con. 
Sheep, over one j'ear old. . . . 


G. B 

U. S 

Belgium 


$ 

285,141 
108,200 


S 

460,913 
234,835 

300 

534 

9^467 

4,993 




340,419 

160,094 

6,996 

555 

5,399 

. . . . 

11,308 

6,643 


430,055 

118,436 

4,500 

82 

13,657 

10,450 

12,027 

7,686 


562,501 

70.966 

3,774 




B. Guiana 

B. W. Indies 

France 

Newfoundland .... 

St. Pierre 

0. C 

G. B 


980 
12,912 

'9^306 

6,128 

375 


771 
14,355 

10,034 
6,835 












423,048 


711,042 


531,414 


596,893 


669,236 




' 




700 




u. s 

Newfoundland .... 

St. Piene 

0.0 

G. B 

U. S.. 

B. Guiana 

B. W. Indies 

Newfoundland .... 

St. Pierre 

O. C 

G. B 

U. S 

Belgiuni 

B. Africa 

British Guiana . . 

B. W. Indies 

China 


2,41S 
411 

2,029 
211 


11,.573 

426 

2,553 

21 


5,854 
374 

1,929 
144 


81,516 

238 

2,238 

87 


316,397 

2,792 

2,242 

238 




5,064 


14,573 


8,301 

36,555 

85,321 

300 

1,416 

1,379 

2,747 

100 


84,079 


322,369 


Poultry and other 


17,134 

67,354 

430 

815 

2,166 

2,755 

271 


771 

55,858 

■"'593 

179 

2,323 

1,462 


2,046 
55,862 

' 1^433 

89 

2,499 

79 


774 

62,083 

33 

1,198 

107 

1,353 

115 


Recapitulation. 
Animals, living 


90,928 

8,118,267 
3,012,879 


61,186 


127,818 


62,008 


65,663 


8,577,025 
3,197,639 


8,731,731 

2,639,763 

39,266 

328,125 

855 
10,838 


10,705,275 

2,535,493 

33,130 

651,300 

552 

31,579 

382 

12,970 

104,952 

31,204 

79 


11,725,644 

2,445,426 

92,439 




4,265 
26,601 


412,250 

1,400 

10,789 






3,067 
31,393 




France . 


f 








Newfoundland . . . 

St. Pierre 

O. C 

G. B 

U. S 


92,560 
33,958 

2,872 

11,291,402 

42,610 

65,388 

70 

2,714 


94,438 

34,939 

1,462 


108,524 
35,739 
14,770 

11,909,611 


110,768 
46,839 


Ashes, including pot and pearl 
ashes 


12,330,002 


14,106,916 


14,4.55,57 


48,812 

86,789 

1,033 

1,290 

300 


39.710 

75,327 

912 


40,927 

91,079 

650 

730 

350 


34,6.52 
79, .384 




Australasia 


645 
2,636 






600 
1,335 
2,610 














^^errnanj... 


15 
110,797 


31 


62 


14 




G. B 






138,255 


120,494 


133,798 


117,3.31 


liones 


60 
46,868 


" " 46^367 


3,034 

30,726 

3,401 

1,707 


58 
29,483 






U. S 


32,107 














0. C...'. 








121 


















46,928 


46,367 


38,868 


29,541 


32,228 



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No. 16. — Statement (by Countries) of the Values of the Principal Articles 
Exported, (kc. — Continued, 



AUTICr.E.S EXPOKTKI). 


Countries. 


1899. 


1900. 


1901. 


1902. j 


1903. 






$ 


5p 


$ 


.f 


$ 


Books, pamphlets, maps, photo- 














graphs, &c . . 


a. B 


28,256 


40,139 


47,421 


27,501 


52,013 




u. s 


8.3,310 


86,658 


97,037 


132,529| 


125,586 




Australasia 


3,106 


15,788 


5,900 


5,548 


9,892 




Belgium 


1,02.5 


148 


505 


615 


270 




B. Africa 


393 


118 


933 


499 


1,3.37 




B. E. Indies 


214 


125 


930 


411 


443 




B. Guiana 


192 




44 


233 


295 




B. W. Indies 


7,064 


14,285 


2,107 


4,196l 


4,543 




China 


3.55 


386 


2,442 


1,312 


403 




France 


475 


4,878 


943 


208 


163 




Germany 


464 


1,115 


226 


432 


386 




MeKico . .... 






150 

4,815 


60 

7,098 






Newfoundland. . . . 


9,527 


13,413 


11,377 




0. C 


773 


1,678 


1,247 


.3,604 


2,931 






135,154 


178,731 


164,700 


184,246 


209,639 


Bread stuffs : — 












Grain- 














Barley 


G. B. 


120,143 


9.^^7,721 


997,182 


172,028 


291,0.32 


u. S 


59,158 


77,754 


»5,927 


9,499 


17,148 








111,038 


85,966 


41,648 


130,801 




B. W. Indies 




331 
175 


23 


161 




B. Guiana 




450 

67,041 






Germany , 










Newfoundland .... 


188 


460 


358 


10 


8 




0. C 


30 


6,388 


3,280 


7,991 


18,083 




179,519 


1,200,852 


1,173,219 


231,199 


457,233 




G B 


42,233 


17,700 
99,830 


11,049 


9,477 


7,327 




U. S 


15,318 


338,746 


185,921 


54,017 




Australasia . ... 


11,439 


5,848 




2,814 










11,177 


2,700 


1,985 


828 




B. W. Indies 


13,304 


6,188 


4,929 


1,639 


846 




Dan. W. Indies. . . 
France 


17 

131,874 


144 
172,140 




72 
13,774 


94 




50,321 


3,080 




Germany 


3,224 


448 




678 






Holland . 


4,985 
5,022 












Newfoundland. . . . 


7,056 


3,262 


1,987 


1,821 




West Indies - 














American i 




f 1,986 










Cuban / 




'[ 6,091 


932 


2,059 


7,482 




0. C 


5,.547 


6,934 


6,871 


5,407 


4,306 




239,238 


335,542 


418,810 


; 225,813 


79,801 


Buckwheat 


G.B 


97,372 


63,086 


93,798 


t 79,094 


67,900 




u. s 


4,508 


2,196 


l,fi8S 
80,73C 


i 2,141 


1,080 




Belgium 


48,323 


18,15i 


28,328 


32,549 




Gern\any 


20,188 


61,281 


1 51,15S 


58,463 


71,640 




Holland 


7 74ti 


1,338 




33( 


4,037 






0. C 


500 


11 


3,454 


2,225 




178,637 


i46,05E 


227,717 


175,.517 


175,394 



266 



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No. 16. — Statement (by Countries) of the Values of the Principal Articles 
Exported, »fec. — Continued. 



Articles Exported. 


Countries. 


1899. 


1900. 


1901. 


1902. 


1903. 


Bread stuffs— Con . 
Grain — Con. 
Indian corn 


G. B 

U. S 


S 
5,288,133 
297 
21.5.103 


4,2«6,158 

1 

111,645 

900 

18 


S 
4,744.317 
670 
308,061 


1,148,060 

1.8-0 

28,233 

1,352 

955 

8,427 

97,963 


S 
963,282 

2,073 
34,650 
18,293 

1,6.30 
23,034 
29,542 
12,175 




Belgium 

B. Africa 




B. W. Indies 

France 


5,055 


54 




Germany 


791,015 

109.688 

918 


359,792 


454,109 




Holland 

Newfoundland .... 
St. Pierre 




204 


5 
29 


874 
45 


922 




0. C 

G.B 

U. S 

Australasia 

Belgium 

B. Africa 

B. Guiana 

B. W. Indies. 

Dan. W. Indies. . . 
France . . 


1,286 













1 ' 




6,411,495 


4,758,778 


5,507,245 


1,287,789 


1,085,601 


Oats 


3,026,535 

40,219 

30 

64,617 

13^9i2 

153,121 

505 


2,000,047 
62,923 


2,355,068 
18,858 


1,431,179 
62,322 


1,909,231 
41,227 
51,. 378 




132,217 

11,299 

17,947 

99,608 

290 


395,542 
9,140 
9,498 

132,822 

' "98,i39 


45,631 

297,988 

24,958 

164,287 

3 

7,896 


78,515 

143,818 

26,358 

102,1.51 

89 

794 




F. W. Indies 

Germany 


2,260 

174,056 

7,043 








42,020 

247 


20,726 


10,175 






Holland 

Italy. 






58Jfi89 


16,316 
42,580 




'>2 673 




Newfoundland 

Russia 


52,885 


60,192 

385 

1,034 

f 150 

\ 548 

141 


89,409 
49 950 




St. Pierre 

West Indies — 

American \ 

Cuban / 

0. C 

G. B 


932 

7&3 
39 


3,283 

175 

1,635 


1,538 


1,950 
" ' 52,863 




10 


2,480 




3,536,937 

1,629,951 
71,584 
32,776 


2,489.048 

1,707.522 

86,226 

102,159 

1,108 

3,282 

30,102 

1,973 

34,758 

16,151 


3,103,575 


2,104,883 


2,632,886 




1.999,929 

117,614 

226,276 

3,896 

7,240 

19,000 

" " 53,336 
43,729 


1,112,814 

145,102 

94,829 

732 

31,613 

36,581 

33 

53,292 

94,448 

20;i78 
1,964 


476,714 

210,036 

138,2(>7 

10,255 

35,463 

74.406 

526 

44,078 

35 582 




U. S 

Belgium 




B. Guiana 

B.W.Indies 

Dan. W. Indies. . . 

France 

Germany 

Holland . 


2.150 
24,739 

666 
24,961 
19,805 
15,600 
14.966 

105 




Newfoundland . . 
0. C 

G. B 

u. s . . 

Australasia 

B. Africa 

B. Guiana 

B. W. Indies 

Dan. W. Indies . . . 

France 

Germany . 

Newfoundland 

U. S. of Colombia . 
0. C 


19,046 
837 


15.308 
4,603 


24,554 
6,445 




1,837,303 


2,003,104 


2,490,931 


1,591,586 


l,05ti,2C6 


Pease, split 


26,419 

1,756 

4,064 

5,560 

18,563 

65,232 

462 

"sie 

144 
477 


48,995 
1,717 
2,86<i 

12,962 
8,415 

76,967 
161 

2,i22 

845 
620 


70,824 
1,136 
8,384 
7,833 
7,643 

79,828 

3^121 

11,008 

1,994 

176 

1.207 


104,776 
24.924 
669 
10,624 
27,462 
46,637 
67 

' 6,120 

94 

142 

1,439 

222,954 


S) 

^4B 




123,493 


1.55,694 


193,154 





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No. 16. — Statement (by Countries) of the Values of the Principal Articles 
Exported, &c. — Continued. 



Articles Exported. 


Countries. 


1899. 


1900. 


1901. 


1902. 


1903. 


Breadstuff s — Con . 
Grain — Con. 

Rye 


G. B 

U. S 


$ 
435,347 


.3.34.841 


$ 

535,889 

4 

122,111 


443,225 

6 

12,890 


600,584 




653 1.0.58 






Belgium 






31,027 




B. Africa 

Germany 

Holland 

O.C 


" " 54^939 

81,651 

3 




37,494 






50,152 


22,927 
.5,025 


31,374 








809 




G. B 

u. s 

Australasia 












572,593 


335,899 


708,156 


484,073 


701,288 


Wheat 


13,627,665 
12,643 

"208,981 


15,533,286 

58,305 

10 

408,711 


12,104,884 
34,989 


24,102.110 
9,161 


26,864,708 




536,264 
72,615 




963,681 


1,324,197 


862,007 




B. Africa 


70,807 




France. ... 


104,686 

44,450 

12.000 

30,657 

32 

2,858 


105,357 

182,930 

7,621 

72,662 

5 

2 


62,309 

268,637 

3,209 

184,544 

11 

666 


174,700 

754,042 

4,425 

41,456 

4 

6 


537^453 




Holland" 


77,317 




Italy 

Newfoundland 

0. C 

G. B 

U. S 

Germany 

0. C 

G.B 

U. s .... 

Australasia 


66,298 

4 

1,308 




14,043,972 


16,368,889 


13,622,930 


26,410,101 


29,088,781 


Grain, all other 


600 

110 

2,757 

459 


1,260 


750 
528 


8,854 
5,756 


529 






()76 


1,375 


2,770 




3,926' 1,260 


1,9.54 


15,985 


3,299 


Birapitulation. 
Grain 


24,294,398 

206,276 

15,583 

569,800 

1,100 

6,593 

34,625 

264,510 

473 

1,650 

261,901 

5,003 

1,110,434 

238,713 

30,657 

74,830 

25 


24,989,356 

391,300 

8,944 

895,100 


22,913,690 

600,161 

9,800 

2,185,067 


28,611,617 

446,712 

3,483 

1,579,128 


31,180,778 

862,374 

129,493 

1,308,584 




Brazil 




B. Africa 

British Guiana.. . . 
B. W. Indies 


27,029 
31,722 

212,883 


22,498 

24,558 

237,630 

2,180 


313.828 

84,033 

250,128 


299,531 

61,857 

239,229 


Dan. W. Indies. . . 


2,568 

312,255 

4,530 

729,663 

9,207 

79,050 

89,145 


175 

258,089 

5,326 

1,044,816 

13,487 

()8,100 

(>5,787 


709 




France 


267,757 
5,446 

899,520 
3,5.39 

187.107 
79;778 


70,986 




F. W. Indies .... 

Germany 

Holland 

Italy 

Newfoundland ... 

Russia 

St. Pierre 

U. S. of Colombia. 

West Indies — 
American . ... 1 
Cuban / 

O.C 


8 
670,009 
125,074 

95,221 
116,727 

49,968 




975| 1,053 
162 1,564 

1,235 32 


3,531 
244 


1,596 
142 


2,017 
379 

1 61,105 
6,500 




2,363 

2,822 


3,291 
162 




27,127,113 27,795,181 


27,447,691 


132,749,900 


35,280,549 



268 



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No. 16. — Statement (by Countries) of the Values of the Principal Articles 
Exported, ifcc. — Continued, 



Articles ExroRTED. 


Countries. 


1899. 


1900. 


1901. 


1902. 


1903. 


Breadstufifs — Con . 
Grain products : — 

Bran 


G. B 

U. S 

Belgium 


120,936 
37,418 


S 

100.044 
34,966 


64,386 
138,040 

7,280 
21,001 

7,031 


$ . 

61,920 
147,239 

"'5,669 
9,-380 
7,684 


93,292 

91,178 

712 










10,292 




B. W. Indies 


5,065 


5,244 


13,434 
13,028 










90 
2,2.50 

2,964 

20 

153 






Germany 

Newfoundland 

St. Pierre 

O.C 

G. B 

u. s.... 

Australasia . ... 

Denmark 

Germany 

Holland 

Newfoundland .... 
Norway & Sweden 
O.C...' 


3,850 

768 

76 

7 


1,739 
.30 

.3,183 




14,245 




4,655 

24 

607 


5,402 
374 
143 




168,120 


145,206 


243,215 


237,178 


242,100 


Oatmeal . 


384,012 

518 
277 

1^998 

1,245 
8,350 


4.56,843 

801 

1,432 

Koio 


453,326 
330 

2^3i6 
555 


329,042 
2,442 

80 
4,776 
1,720 


481,605 

888 

7,253 

13,9.54 

2,540 

4,893 




10,640 


8,843 


5,236 


14,688 
10,605 




168 


265 


2,4.37 


1,036 


1,723 




G. B 

U. S. .. 

Australasia 

Brazil 

B. Africa 

B. E. Indies . . . 






396,568 


474,991 


467,807 


344,332 


538,149 


, AVheat flour 


2,102,261 
25,546 

72,287 


1,665,708 

1.3,951 

101,856 


2,702,132 

58,729 
209,947 


2,290,056 

37,653 

231,636 

1,887 

.375,6.36 


2,338,667 




69,124 

.587,597 






131,559 


2,000 


.520,436 
960 




B. Guiana 

B. W.Indies. .. . 

China 

Denmark 

Dan. W. Indies. . . 

Fiji 

F. W. Indies 

Germany 

Holland 

Hong Kong 


9,536 
84,954 

i88 

'4^160 

2,250 

1,000 

6 


3,530 
42,686 

9 


6,151 

115,356 

5,509 

5.50 


25,008 
123,315 


80,748 

152,668 

2.331 




3,288 


20,005 






i82 
14,707 

.599 


26,781 




1,220 
4,100 

7 

6,434 


19,274 
1,425 
5,850 

8^410 


7,647 
2,085 
1,000 
1.480 
2,167 






11,300 
730,692 








Newfoundland 

Norway ife Sweden 


820,951 


. 885,846 


852,315 


843,956 
10,634 




::::::::• :";::::::i;::::;:: 




22,019 




St. Pierre 


2,942 

95,256 
3,556 


1 6,030 

1 
f 


3,848 


8,473 


6,440 




West Indies — 

American 1 

Cuban j 

O.C 






1 99 
2,207 


178 
5,541 


4,380 


168 
3,738 




U. S 

Newfoundland 






3,145,874 


2,800,347 


4,030,746 


3,969,135 


4,700,651 


Malt 


378 
2,948 




1 


116 
.5,590 






10,939 


3,563 


7,415 




.3,326 


10,939 


3,563 


5,706 


7,115 



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SESSIONAL PAPER No. 10 

No. 16. — Statement (by Countries) of the Values of the Principal Articles 

Exported, &c. — Continued. 



269 



Arhcles Exported. 


Countries. 


1899. 


1900. ' 


1901. 


1902. 


1903. 


Breadstuff s—6'on. 
Grain products— t'oji. 

Products of grain, all other, 
N.E.S 


G. B. 

U. S 

B. W. Indies 

Newfoundland 

St. Pierre 

O.C : 

G. B 

U. S. 

Australasia 

Belgium 

B. Africa 


2.530 

817 

1,541 

4,275 

86 


12,426 

1,964 

853 

2,398 

80 


25,021 

3,370 

224 

3,438 

3 

1,110 


39,317 
7,134 
,3.29<5 
3,141 
182 
3,244 


23,310 
1,314 
1,129 
6,138 
5 
3,086 




9,249 


17,721 


33,166 


56.314 


34,982 


Recapitulation. 
Grain products 


2,609,739 

64,677 
72,564 


2,235,021 

51,682 

103,368 

15 

134,730 


3,244,865 

200,469 

209,947 

7,280 

24,111 

122 J72 
7,899 
5,509 
2,866 


2,720,335 

194,584 

2.31.716 

296 

384,074 

136^279 
26,.534 


2,936,874 

162, 5C4 

594,850 

712 

534,318 




B. E. Indies 

B. W. Indies 

B. Guiana 

China 




960 




91,673 

9,611 

5 


49,004 
3,530 

24 


167,572 

80,856 

2,331 




15,748 


46,987 




Dan. W. Indies . . . 


203 










26,924 








1,575 
1,220 
9,110 

7 


5,075 

19,947 

4,230 

" " 5,850 

904J6.54 


3,855 

14,707 

1,720 

599 




- 


F. W. Indie.s 

Germany. . . 

Hong Kong. ... . 

Holland 

Mexico 

Newfoundland .... 

Norway & Sweden 

Russia 

St. Pierre 

U.S. of Colombia. . 

West Indies— 

American \ 

Cuban / 

0. C 


4,100 

8,098 

6 

2,245 

11,300 

747,033 


7,647 

19,221 

1,480 

6,243 




'84(5,667 






870,937 


877,599 
21,239 




" 3^064 

95,263 
3,556 


6,096 
617 

f 




22,025 




3,879 
106 


8,687 


6,882 

225 




1 99 
6,439 


178 
8,800 


" ' 2,594 


168 
5,680 




G. B 






3,723,137 


3,449,204 


4,778,497 


4,612,665 


5,523,297 


Breadstuffs all other N E S 


36,132 

1,772 

7,134 

46 

11,048 
1,483 

12,768 


22,235 

5,001 
4,992 
71 
8,435 
1,619 
3,155 


19,291 

18,641 

6,232 

8,347 

847 

7,041 


20,873 

9,885 

11,234 

6 

8,812 

758 

1,750 


19,485 




u. s 

B. W. Indies 

Dan. W. Indies . . 
Newfoundland .... 

St. Pierre 

O. C 

G. B 

U. S.. 

Australasia 

Belgium 

Brazil. 

B. Africa 

B. E. Indies . .. 


5,801 

19,438 

28 

2,819 

767 

5,020 


Recapitulation. 


70,383 


45,508 


! 60,399 

26,177.846 

.819,271 

219,759 

2,192,347 


.53,318 


53,358 


Breadstuflfs 


26,940,269 

272,725 

88,167 

i 569,800 

1,100 

6,593 

" " 44',24r 
363,317 

5 


27,246,612 
447,983 
112,312 

895,115 


31,3.52.825 

651,181 

235,199 

1,579,424 

1,887 
698,473 

"111^649 
397,641 


34,137,137 

1,030,679 

724,385 

1,309,296 




. 162,802 

1 2,029 

3.5,252 

1 266,879 


1 , 53,234 

! 32,457 
1 366,634 
1 5.509 


837,079 

960 

143,999 




B. W. Indies 

China 


426,239 
3,101 



270 



TRADE AKD COMMERCE 



3-4 EDWARD VII., A. 1904 

No. 16. — Statement (by Countries) of the Values of the Principal Articles 

Exported, &c. — Continued. 



Akticles Expoktei). 


Countries. 


1899. 


1 

1 

1900. 


1901. 


1902. 


1903. 


Recapit ulu t ion — Con. 


Denmark 


473 

1,899 

261^ 96i 

9,103 

1,118,532 

21 

240,958 

6 

30,057 


8 

2166.3 

313,830 

5,750 

738,773 


8 
5,046 


8 

15,748 
181 

' 261 ; 944 

20,033 

1,046,536 


8 
40,987 




Dan. W. Indies . . 
Fiji 


737 




272,832 

2.5,-512 

903,750 


26,940 
70,986 




F. W. Indies 

Germany... 

Hayti 


7,755 

089,230 

20 




Holland 

Hong Kong 

Italy 


9,207 

7 

79,050 

6,471 

944,247 


9,389 

' 187,557 

8,410 

992,779 


14,086 

68a6o 

945^.536 


131..317 

1,076 

95,221 

2,079 




Newfoundland . . . 
Norway & Sweden 

Russia 

St. Pierre 


832,911 


997,145 
21,960 




25 

5,522 

251 

116,082 
16,070 

30,920,633 


385 
8,768 
2,181 

I 2,350 
\ 7,221 

31,289,893 




71,993 




8,257 
350 

2^09 

2,939 

32,286,587 


11,041 
142 

3,3ii 
916 

37,415,883 


9,660 




U.S. of Colombia. . 

West Indies- 
American . ... 1 
Cuban / 

O.C 

G. B 

U. S 

Australasia 

B. Africa 

B. W. Indies 

J" ranee 

Gernjany 

Holland 

•Japan . . . 


604 

"6K273 

8,140 




40,.S57,204 


Carriages, carts, wagons, &c. — 
Bicycles 


12,956 

19,8.54 

191,029 

6,051 

.509 

7,264 

16,280 


2,843 

9,465 

161,236 


54,395 

9,048 

252,283 

1,214 

292 

14,495 


38,564 

5,910 

233,400 

80 

245 

26,040 


4,006 

4,0.54 

112,998 

1,365 




495 

2,627 

665 

60 


180 
55 






l.SOfi 




17,024 

22 


9,555 
33 


6,431 




Newfoundland. . . . 
Norway & Sweden. 


1,588 

1,9.53 

50 

910 


1,100 



50 




G. B 

U. S 


3,946 


1,542 


2,305 


323 




258,444 


182,437 


350,315 


310,132 


131,562 


Carriages, other 


12,908 
42,388 
19,301 
4,386 
175 
16,288 


12,806 

25,896 

23,625 

3,213 


15,921 
29,675 
59,784 
14,600 


29,368 

69,252 

81,734 

6,950 


19,205 
55,158 




Australasia 

B. Africa 

B. Guiana 

B. W. Indies 

Chile 

China 


79,976 
14,674 




2,673 
59 


1,117| 



5,797 

"io 


2,181 










Dan. W. Indies. . . 

France 

Germany 

Newfoundland 

Russia 

St. Pierre 


300 
889 
761 

2,365 

686 

44 

3,001 




3 




090 

226 

1,004 

341 

2,668 


100 
325 
17,204 
263 
181 
1,815 


4,982 

175 

6,468 

249 

6,609 


30 

825 

2.698 

225 

133 




O.C 


4,025 




103,492 


73,201 


140,985 


211,.594 


179,133 



i STATISTICAL AND FINANCIAL STATEMENTS 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 10 

No. 16. — Statement (by Countries) of the Values of the Principal Articles 

Exported, &c. — Continued. 



271 



AKTICLKS EXPOKTKI). 



Recapitulotion— Con. 
Carriages, carts, wagons, &c. . 



Coal, charcoal, cinders, &c. 



Cordage, rope, twine, &c. 



Countries. 



1899. 



G. B 

U. S 

Australasia 

B. Africa 

B. Guiana 

B. W. Indies 

Chile 

China 

Denmark 

Dan. W. Indies. . . 

France 

Germany 

Holland 

Japan 

Newfoundland . . . . 

Norway & Sweden. 

Russia 

St. Pierrd 

Turkey. 

West Indies — 
American .... \ 
Cuban j 

O. C 



2.^),8G4 
62,242 
210,330 
10,437 
.558 
16,797 



1900. 



1901. 



G. B 

u. s 

Australasia 

Belgium 

B. Africa 

B. Guiana 

B. W. Indies ... 

Denmark 

France 

Germany 

Hawaii 

Holland 

Hong Kong 

Japan 

Mexico 

Newfoundland . . . 

Norway & Sweden. 

St. Pierre 

West Indies — 

American | 

Cuban J 

O. C 



G. B 

u. s .. 

Australasia . . . . 
B. Guiana . . . . 
B. W. Indies . . 

Me.xico 

Newfoundland. 

St. Pierre. 

Turkey 

O. C. 



2,370 

300 

8,1.53 

17,041 

11 

130 

3,953 

1,953 

686 

94 

.50 



967 
361,936 



6.5,176 

3,212,348 

27,744 



12,423 

18,464 



1,512 

179,186 

600 

40 

40 

2,989 

181,850 



20,396 

11,448 

7,984 



3,742,200 



94,871 
31,099 



2,809 

28 

11,685 

678 



141,170 



15,649 

35,361 

184,86l! 

3,213 



70,316 

38,723 

312,067 

15,814 



1902. 



3,168 
59; 



1,409 
"60 



67,932 

75,162 

.315,134 

7,030 



6,042 
"16 



3,317 

8911 

60 

3,021 

2,104 

332; 



14,595 
325 



396 



17,696 

17,226 

76 

2()3 

181 



r 

\ 33 

3,173 



40 
2..509 



255,638 491,300 



66,596 

4,217,478 

20,937! 

19,4071 

7,738! 
20,624, 



477,939 
4,741,907 



1,246 
12,460 

38,837 
21,738 



11,653 

19,368 

249,510 



2,288 


5,261 


3,483 


3,358 


130,532 


8,744 


1,020 


1,100 



23,749 

225 
9,031 
4,475 



8,298 
27,184 
242,517 



29,554 



7,369 
12,321 



4,808,114! 5,639,833 



137,394' 

27,229| 



4,065| 

97 

13,685; 

699; 

240 



131,610 

11,712 

2,026 

2,413 

14,488 



6,775 

920 

3,890 

1,192 



183,409 175,026 



1903. 



23,211 

59,812 

192,974 

16,039 

25 

2,361 



31,022 
175 



14,212 
6,501 



3 

S5 

825 

1,698 

6,716 

2,748 



259 



225 
133 



99 
4,148 



10 
3,830 



527, 726 1 310,695 



49,621 
4,564,433 



52,100 
37,379 
30,^01 
28,372 
1,245 
3,866 



288,910 
27,256 
22,354 



11,387 
9,716 



5,127,445 



29.164 
158,565 



3,749 

18,168 

8,988 

7,853 

235 

18,986 

11,188 



256,896 



93,534 

4,850,-331 

822 

819 

41,999 

15,737 

81,570 

18,788 

2,925 

7,390 

30,156 

3,264 



3,605 



3.31,280 
113,933 

55,185 



2,652 
11,599 



5,665,589 



20,752 
94,753 



4,544 

28,914 

5,821 

9,190 

348 



165,030 



272 



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3-4 EDWARD VII., A. 1904 

No. 16. — Statement (by Countries) of the Values of the Principal Articles 

Exported, &c. — Continued. 



I 
Articles Exported. 


Countries. 


1899. 


1900. 

-S 

53,746 
152,855 
113,109 


1901. 


1902. 


1903. 


Cotton and manufactures of ... ' 


G. B 

U. S 


.39,830 

108,889 

88.523 


•S 

63,3.53 
232,674 
234,734 


S 

166,812 

283,524 

492,995 

8,483 

14,641 

240 

405 

4,862 

148,745 

20 

13,569 

14,701 

2,746 

50,552 

5,321 

831 

300 

3,379 


84,108 
113,2.59 


1 


Australasia 


228,275 
8,170 




B. Africa 

B. Guiana 

B. W. Indie.^ ..... 

Chile 

China 

Denmark 

France . . 

Germany 

Japan 


14,564 
246 

272 

176^601 

2 

2,283 
6,430 

'22J6i 
2,714 


20,679 


1,834 


11,888 




314 

101,093 

250 

7,354 
0,320 

" 23^19 
2,657 


1,846 

300 

30,841 


31,003 
8,088 

43, 80S 

4,431 

295 




2;3,.595 
13,117 

44,947 

4,557 

411 


11,896 
20,250 




Mexico 

Newfoundland . . . 
St. Pierre 


16,887 

51,255 

3,922 






6,484 




Uruguay . 

Venezuela 

West Indies^ 

American I 

Cuban / 

0. C 

G. B 

u. S 




895 


f 


5,046 
5,669 




1 

1,849 


■ ■ " 2^332 


2,055 
12,498 


8,466 
1.5,745 


Drugs, dyes, chemicals and 
medicines : — 
Extract of hemlock bark 


464,010 


483,345 


6.54,541 


1,226,679 


678.940 


77,607 


64,.389 


.52,190 
2,757 


66,814 
1,408 


.53,376 
293 




B. Africa 






2,760 










3,330 

688 






Newfoundland . . . 

G. B 

U. S 

Australasia 

B. Africa 

B. Guiana 

B. W. Indies 

China 


16 


2,374 


1,930 




77,607 


64,405 

115,556 

122,070 

25,570 

597 

1,041 

16,363 

ioo 

709 
10,345 
25,986 

607 
13,643 


57,321 


{ 72,240 


58,359 


All other drugs, dyes, chem- 
icals and medicines 


38,742 

171,476 

42,782 

4,260 

6.36 

1.5,722 

720 

120 

490 

2,.502 

19,314 

191 

8,825 


128,356 

467,236 

23,342 

1,049 

1,407 

17,0.52 

231 

1,402 
10,831 
26,65!) 

1,078 
16,294 


128,796 

746,007 

12,897 

402 

1,029 

17,562 

651 

142 

369 

31,791 

31,883 

535 

34,627 

1,009,691 


123,.518 

849,944 

45,023 

4,454 

2,5.50 

64,148 

1,.398 




Dan. W. Indies. . . 
France 


37 

1,945 

33,277 




Newfoundland .... 

St. Pierre 

!o. C 

G. B 

U. S 


46,059 

1 353 

28,494 




305,780 


332,587 


694,937 


1,201,200 


Recapitulation. 
Drugs, dyes, chemicals, &c. . . 


116,349 

171,476 

42,782 

"4,260 

636 

15,722 

720 

120 


' 179,945 

122,070 

2.5, .570 

9,634 

597 

1,041 

16,363 

100 


180, .546 

469,993 

23,342 

7,174 

1,049 

1,407 

17,052 

231 


i 

; 195, 61C 

747,415 

12,897 

29,036 

402 

l,02fl 

17.562 

651 

142 


176,894 

i 850,237 




Australasia 

Belgium 

B. Africa 

B. Guiana 

B. W. Indies 

China 

Dan. W. Indies... 


45,023 

20,995 

7,214 

2,550 

64,148 

1,398 

1 .37 



i STATISTICAL AND FINANCIAL STATEMENTS 273 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 10 

No. 16. — Statement (by Countries) ot the Values of the Principal Articles 
Exported, &c. — Continued. 



Articles Expobteu. 


Countries. 


1899. 


1900. 


1901. 


1902. 


1903. 


Recapitulation. — Con. 
Drugs, dyes, chemicals. — Con. 


France.. 

Germany 


$ 

490 

2,502 

19,314 

191 

439 
8,386 


1 

709 
10,345 
26,002 

607 

/ 


1,402 
10,831 
29,033 

1,078 


3,699 

34,791 

32,571 

535 


1,945 

33,277 

47,989 

353 




Newfoundland .... 
St. Pierre 




West Indies — 

American \ 

Cuban / 

0. C 






I 3,517 
492 


7,384 
1,736 


790 
4,801 


2,540 
4,959 




G. B 




383,387 


396,992 


752,258 


1,081,931 


1,2.59,559 


Fertilizers : — 

Phosphates 


8,100 

90 

1,100 












U. S 


1,635 
650 


120 


1,880 






0. C 


20 




G. B 

u. s. 

B. Guiana 






9,290 


2,285 


120 


1,880 


20 


Fertilizers, all other 


350 
51,969 


" " " 51^304 






150 




37,877 


61,880 


97,123 
7 107 




B. W. Indies 

Newfoundland. .. 
0. C 


240 

29 


106 




i 


8,387 
3J07 












52,588 


51,410 


37,877 


61,881 


116, 174 


Total fertilizers 


61,878 


53,695 


37,997 


63,761 


116,494 




G. B 

U. S 

Brazil 

B. Guiana 

B. W. Indies 

Dan. W. Indies. . . 
Dutch Guiana . . . 
France.. 


Fish and produce of, N.E.S :— 

Codfish, including, haddock, 

ling and pollock, dry salted 


74,582 
551,052 
408,536 
125,159 
704,163 

11,233 


82,704 
651,557 
427,732 
182,845 
795,478 

10,026 


61,023 

670,060 

434,189 

167,979 

750,486 

6,592 

586 

5 


122,119 

737,927 

4.35,037 

230,185 

737,116 

1,097 

13,521 

408 

350 

85 

52,640 

84,681 

2,011 

31,709 

79,739 

10,085 

589 

9,377 

406,156 

223,125 

21,911 


115,555 

600,465 

616,405 

211,325 

770,744 

5,904 

12,204 

825 




F. W. Indies 

Germany. . ... 
Hayti 




.3'046 


125 




19,393 12' 975 


46,820 
53,278 

22J440 

51,604 

600 


66,497 

128,971 

7,455 

10,881 

91,212 

340 


1 


Italy 


46,734 
12,628 


83,552 




Madeira 

Newfoundland 

Portugal 




58,924 




Spain . . . . 




St. Pierre 

U. S. of Colombia. 

West Indies — 

American ) 

Cuban j 

0. C 

u. s. 


12^396 

769,028 
2,530 


4 
24,675 

r 347,900 

1 337,655 

22,273 






12,551 

246,033 

227,904 

11,210 


13,536 

381,752 

298,294 

20,871 




2,737,434 


3,041,346 


2,763,360 


3,199,868 


3,353,361 


Herring, fresh or frozen . . . , 


31,632 


52,950 


106,566 


149,741 
140 


102,039 
244 


Newfoundland .... 




O.C 






13 


50 














31,632 


52,950 


106,579 


149,881 


102,333 



10— i— 18 



274 



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3-4 EDWARD VI 1., A. 1904 

No. 16. — Statement (by Countries) of the Yalue.s of the Principal Articles 
Exported, &c. — CorUinued. 



Articles Exported. 


Countries. 


1899. 


1900. 


1901. 


1902. 


1903. 


Fish and produce of, N.E.S.: — 
Con. 
Herring, pickled 


G.B 

U. S 

B. Guiana 

B. W. Indies 

Dan. W. Indies. . . 

Hayti , 

Newfoundland 

St. Pierre 


364 

42,259 

4,191 

103,655 

3,201 

18 

6 


S 

1,835 

59,543 

8,188 

101,192 

3,140 

40 

1,000 


6,735 

83,359 

6,790 

138,086 

2,173 


S 

6,747 

99,179 

10,183 

150,864 

814 


S 

4,335 

70,671 

9,002 

135,798 

2,.505 




9i3 

15 

175 

13,087 
6,453 
1,945 


4 

3,180 

120 

19,512 

175 

3,246 


559 




U. S. of Colombia. 

West Indies — 

American 1 

Cuban / 

0. C 


152 

30,557 
2,470 


843 

r 12,263 

1 300 

1,667 


281 

19,.353 

567 

6,408 




G.B 

\J. s 




186,873 


190,011 


259,731 


294,024 


249,479 


Herring, smoked 


2,021 

64,745 

14 

1,491 

8,845 

256 

1,100 

4,648 

506 

3 

4,746 
522 


3,388 
82,705 


1,011 
38,364 


1,.560 

58,769 

56 

1,991 

10,878 

14 

35 

8 

375 

... 

994 
218 
512 


1,423 




60,893 
216 




Australasia 

B. Guiana 

B. W. Indies 

Dan. W. Indies. . . 

F.W.Indies. ... 

Hayti 

Newfoundland. . . . 

17. S. of Colombia. 

West Indies — 

American 1 

Cuban / 

0. C 

G.B 

a. s 

0. c 

G. B 

u. s 

Belgium 

B. Guiana 

B. W. Indies 

Dan. W. Indies. . . 

Denmark 

France 

Germany 

Holland 

Norway & Sweden 

Russia 

St. Pierre 

West Indie.s — 

American \ 

Cuban / 

0. C 






1,959 

10,815 

563 

497 

.30 

685 



f 1,166 

1 1,697 

428 


1,962 

9,437 

302 


2,107 

11,376 

168 

165 

'i47 




29 

240 
126 
156 


30 

347 

161 
747 




88,897 


103,9.33 


51,627 


75,410 

1.009 
,364,185 


77,780 


Lobsters, fresh 


383 

367,153 

16 


'305^493 


1,930 

299,257 

260 


398,267 




367,558 


305,493 


301,447 


365,194 


398,267 


Lobsters, canned 


929,445 

703,444 

13,140 

1,263 

2,385 


760,026 

977,094 

6,332 

1,088 
1,728 


697,743 

840,237 

32,590 

1.636 

2,640 


882,480 

697,835 

29,351 

3,402 

8,290 


925,715 




703,258 

41,462 

940 

1,130 

9 




23,781 

561,575 

42,442 

" ' 31,302 

10,100 

190 

88 
2,500 


13,870 

517,973 

56,270 

480 
33,556 

390 


22,363 

608,343 

64,438 

1,200 

12,616 


8,8i6 

435,097 

41,274 

3,740 
35,846 


19,873 

700,840 

110,247 

15,875 

61,449 

8,400 






617 






/ 

1 














4,052 


124 


2,653 


2, .387 










2,321,655 


2,372,859 


2,283,930 


2,149,395 


2,591,585 



i STATISTICAL AND FINANCIAL STATEMENTS 275 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 10 

No. 16. — Statement (by Countries) of the Values of the Principal Articles 
Exported, &c. — Continued 



Articles Exported. 


Countries. 


1899. 


1900. 


1901. 


1902. 


1903. 


rish and produce of, NE.S.:— 
Con. 
Mackerel, fresh . . . 


U. S 

O.C 

G. B 


86,375 
165 


$ 

26,922 

28 


$ 

18,055 
79 


66,410 

28 


22,796 
6 




86,540 


26,950 


18,134 


66,438 


22,802 


Mackerel, pickled 






320 

227,089 

9,379 

35,437 

257 


3,848 

287,314 

13,552 

46,925 

18 


500 




u. s 

B. Guiana. , 

B. W. Indies 

Dan. W. Indies 

Hayti . 

U. S. of Colombia . 

West Indies- 
American 1 

Cuban / 

O.C 


153,431 

1,851 

13,336 

296 

153 

515 

183 


135,702 

3,265 

15,560 

665 


216,559 

2,040 

13,574 

90 




1,266 

/ 52 

1 37 

297 


1,291 

5,1.53 

3,872 

359 


1,349 

1,180 

845 

1,061 


1,279 

110 

78 
1,053 




G. B 

U.S 






169,765 


156,844 


283,157 


356,092 


235,283 


Salmon, fresh 


4,245 

89,113 

81 


32,045 
91,058 
4,421 
8,565 
1,222 
4,927 


18 

136,591 

1,803 


60,545 

131,905 

2,494 

715 

41 

1,196 


27,463 




125,090 


- 


Australasia 

Germany 


3,821 
5,131 

12 




Hawaii 




3,125 
91 




0. C 




194 




G.B 

U.S 

Australasia 

B . Africa 

B. E. Indies 

B. W. Indies 

Chile 








93,439 


142,238 


141,628 


196,896 


.161,711 


Sahnon, canned 


2,296,292 

46,719 

63,368 

50 

250 

293 


2,648,398 

18,973 

198,776 

'375 
281 


2,322,111 

335,685 

182,281 

5,325 

3,320 

86 


4,735,613 

24,556 

191,839 

7,694 

10,510 

584 

1,318 

75 

7,126 

6,801 

330 

15,561 

" " 10,731 


2,459,499 
476 

78,484 

8,880 

7,610 

476 

7 934 




China 

Fiji 


24 


504 

822 

2,975 

230 

13,824 


890 


72 
15,789 








200 

' 38^921 
76 

587 




Hong Kong 




8,780 
84 










U. S. of Colombia. 








O. C 


485 


672 


1,754 




G.B 

U.S 




2,407,481 


2,885,830 


2,839,482 


5,012,738 


2,589,838 


Fish, all other, fresh 


182 

833,457 

815 




38 

1,208,074 

5,531 


125 

1,261,897 

989 






1,066,084 
416 


1,138,236 
1,098 




O.C 




834,454 


1,066,500 


1,213,643 


1,263,011 


1,139,334 



10_i— 18| 



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3-4 EDWARD VII., A. 1904 

Xo. 16. — Statement (by Countries) of the Values of the Prmcipal Articles 
Exported, tire. — Continued. 



Articles Expoetei >. 



Fish and produce of — Con. 
Fish, all other and produce 
of, N.E.S 



Countries. 



RecapitvJation. 
Fish and produce of . . . 



1899. 



G.B 

U.S 

Australasia .... 

Brazil 

B. C4uiana 

B. W. Indie.s 

China 

Dan. W. Indies. . . 

Germany 

Hawaii 

Hay ti 

Japan 

Newfoundland. . . . 

St. Pierre 

U.S. of Colombia.. 

West Indies — 

American '\ 

Cuban / 

O.C 



G.B 

U.S 

Australasia 

Belgium 

Brazil 

B. E. Indies 

B. Guiana 

B. Africa 

B. W. Indies 

Central Am. States 

Chile 

China 

Denmark 

Dan. W. Indies. . . 

Diitch Guiana 

Fiji 

France 

F. W. Indies 

Germany 

Hawaii 

Havti 

Holland 

Italy ... 

Japan '. 

Madeira 

Newfoundland .... 

Norway & Sweden. 

Philippines 

Portugal 

Russia 

Spain 

St. Pierre . 

U.S. of Colombia. 

Venezuela 

West Indies — 

American \ 

Cuban / 

O.C 



6,118 

181,854 

78 



1,001 

47,456 

9 

1,499 



20 

2,253 

39,113 

478 
416 
603 

1,009 
635 



1900. 



1901. 



6,189 
191,557 



2,418 
48,349 



1,874 
3,250 



282,542 



3,313,632 

.3,151,240 

63,541 

13,140 

408,536 

250 

134,956 

225 

880,153 



33,949 

598 
786 
833 

450 

1^310 



11,485 

228,356 

148 

24,212 

1,923 

27,364 



1902. 



1903. 



4,246 

267,085 

3,033 

200 

2,468 

14,292 



106 
10,600 
109 
180 
58,164i 
531 ! 
468 
415 

360 
2,048 
1,552 



68 

7,625 

266 



132,864 

2,021 

670 

133 

110 

462 

2,652 



4,222 

29.3,224 

1,537 

965 

743 

11,247 

4 

235 

4,351 

186 

234 

158,269 

1,767 

559 

516 

175 

362 

15,257 



291,563 368,021 438,195; 493,8.53 



.3,534,5a5 

3,6.o9,638j 

203,444 

6,727 

427,732 

375 

199,763 

200 

973,422 

2,978 



3,102,414 

4,191,693 

187,484 

32,740 

458,401 

3,320 

192,501 

7,268 

965,035 

4,481 



33 
23,781 
16,485, 



529 
13,870 
16,268 



561,680 
1,108 

42,442 
3,946 

26,465 



46,734 
40,270 



1,161 
31,30? 



12,628 
10,100 



725 
13,669 



822 

526,187 

497 

71,281 

2,753 

13,045 

480 

84,562 

47,773 



2,492 
33,556 



58,924 
432 



80.5,611 
4,457 



9,608,270 



921 

23,008 

9,430 

586 



608,744 

75,038 
7,646 

47,260 
1,200 

53,278 

97,085 



23,958 
12,616 



52,758 



1,052 
27,617 
20,899 

/ 361,8311 

I 339,689 

3,094 



600 

586 

14,657 



5,818,292 

4,146,803 

199,336 

30,364 

435,237 

10,510 

261,819 

9,990 

969,328 

3,539 

1,318 

75 

9,920 

2,020 

14,676 

7,205 

442,631 

385 

55,794 

9,314 

52,648 

3,836 

84,681 

148,425 

2,216 

35,290 

35,846 



79,704 



265,293 

240,403 

.335 



11,155 

5,113' 

10,979; 



3,.538,712 

3,731,974 

90,700 

42,062 

617,408 

7,960 

226,157 

12,796 

944,613 

11,267 

7,934 

426 

21,589 

8,914 

12,907 

16,017 

702,495 

165 

121,504 

4,120 

66,731 

15,875 

129,333 

158,371 

7,618 

13,834 

61,479 

11,519 

91,267 

8,400 

340 

643 

15,642 



427,952 401,740 

224,825, 299,467 

15,856; 13,647 



10,636,5171 10,680,739 13,.567,142i 11,415,626 



i STATISTICAL AND FINANCIAL STATEMENTS 771 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 10 

No, 16 — Statement (by Countries) of the Va'ues of the Principal Articles 
Exported, &c. — Coidmaed.. 



Articles Exported. 


Countries . 


1899. 


^ 1900. 


1901. 


1902. 


1903. 




G. B 

U.S 


274 
127,832 


$ 


64 

240,479 

10 


'% 


$ 




329,714 


167,464 


179,713 




0. C 

G. B 


640 












128,106 


329,714 


240,553 


167,464 


180,353 


Fruits :— 


38,365 

28,697 

1,050 

12,536 

451 

29,636 

265,690 

54,840 

1,803 

36 

122 


23,109 

7,363 

1,200 

1,820 

326 

16,186 

102,488 

58,081 

9,208 

124 

139 


23,544 
29,961 

2J00 

127 

2,671 

78,328 

59,957 

1,292 

36 


8,009 

16,237 

35 

3,342 

108 

1,700 

62,382 

23,615 

1,4.56 

12 

106 


31,068 




U.S 


19,5.59 




Australasia 

Belgium 

B. VV. Indies..., 
France 


1^425 

.312 

1,600 

230,204 




Holland 


125,297 




Newfoundland. . . . 

St. Pierre... 

0. C 


2,908 
1.52 
575 




G. B 

U.S. 

Australasia 

B. Guiana 

B.W.Indies 

Germany 

Hayti 

Newfoundland 






433,126 


220,044 


198,616 


117,002 


413,100 


Green fruits : — 

Apples, green or ripe 


2,415,702 

156,202 

597 

127 

1,029 

29, .501 

111 

18,018 

908 

2,275 


2,423.079 
74,037 


1,422,665 

18,262 


1,49.5,507 
49,462 


2,696,937 

11,807 

250 




10 

1,065 

51,694 

"20,798 
1,671 
6,499 


102 

1.919 

11,902 

' " " 20, .353 
1,114 
6,731 


245 

3,697 

116 

" " iii^soi 

745 

749 


101 

2,029 

25,085 

' " " 16,485 
649 




0. C 

G.B 

U.S 

Australasia 

B. Africa 


5,704 




2,624,470 


2,578,853 


1,483,048 


1,567,322 


2,759,047 


Fruits, all other, including 
canned fruits, N . E , S 


283,075 

272,756 

161 


251,176 

240,357 

450 

30,329 

242 

12,083 

37,001 

8,612 

4 

.3,091 

1,356 

415 


1.59,575 
177,570 


131,820 
146,475 


377,048 
178,027 




16,720 

1,903 

1.56 

1,000 


286 
1,678 

" " 3,732 
1,501 


9,859 




B. W. Indies 

France 

Germany 


419 

8,686 

77,309 

9,528 

4,477 

968 
431 


959 

660 

1,(X)7 

441 




Japan 

Newfoundland .... 

St. Pierre 

0. C 

G.B 

U.S 




1,291 




8,614 
1,084 
1,137 


9,934 

688 
80 


6,893 

904 

2,731 


Recapitulation. 
Fruits 


657,810 


585,116 


367,759 


296,194 


579,820 


2,737,142 

457,555 

1,808 

13,217 


2,697,364 

321,757 

1,650 

4,597 

30,529 

10 

1,633 

28,298 

191,183 


1,605,784 
225,793 

4,813 

16,722 

192 

3,949 

3,129 

91,230 


1,635,336 

212,174 

35 

3,449 

325 

325 

5,483 

1,700 

66,230 


3,105,053 
209,393 




Australasia 

Belgium 

B. Africa 


260 

2,747 

11,413 




B. Guiana 

B. W. Indies 


127 

1,899 

38,322 

372,500 


101 
3,300 
3,650 




Germany 


1 256,296 



278 



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3-4 EDWARD VII., A. 1904 

No. 16. — Statement (by Countries) of the Values of the Principal Articles 
Exported, &c. — Continued. 



Articles Exported. 


Countries. 


1899. 


1900. 


190 1 . 


1902. 


1903. 


Becapittdation — Con. 
Fruits — Con. 


Hayti 

Holland 


111 

64,368 

150 

24,298 
1,912 

120 

1,877 


"" 68^767 

74 

33,097 

3,151 

/ 114 

1. 1,327 

462 


$ 


$ 


$ 




62,739 

34 

30,259 

2,198 

158 

700 

1,723 


25,116 

6 

28,191 

1,445 

35 
590 

78 


128,387 

1,291 

26,286 

1,705 

27* 

1,821 




Japan 

Newfoundland .... 

St. Pierre 

West Indies — 

American \ 

Cuban j" 

0. C 

G.B 

U.S 

Germany 

Newfoundland 

G.B 

U.S 


Furs and skins and manufac- 


3,715,406 

291,300 
4,775 


3,384,013 


2,049,423 


1,980,518 


3,751,967 


Furs and skins undressed, the 
produce of marine animals. 


537,099 
143 


260 
322 


527,788 
5,602 


347,480- 

8,657 

860 










5,140 


9> 




296,075 


537,242 


582 


538,530 


357,00ft 


Furs, undressed 


1,138,887 

353,123 

2,974 

8,899 

595 

3 


1,439,525 
296,872 

i',96o 

' 1^328 


1,247,119 

376,168 

616 

5,072 

349 

5 


1,116,775 
663,057 

5,297 
3,636 
2,882 
1,212 


1,439,316 
844,469 
106,612 

8,386 

183 




Germany 

Newfoundland .... 
0. C 

G.B 

U.S 

Germany 




1,504,481 


1,739,625 


1,629,329 


1,792,859 


2,398,96& 


Furs, all other and manufac- 
tures of 


28,745 
55,805 

884 
20 

494 


45,414 
37,606 

1,478 
400 

9,987 


11,813 

36,093 

33 

733 

1,465 


25,105 

14,582 
1,858 

605 


12,778 
39,892 




Newfoundland .... 
O.C 

G.B 

U.S 

France 


4 
2,022 




85,948 

1,458,932 
413,703 


94,885 50,137 


42,150 


54,69& 


Recapitukition. 
Furs and manufactures of 


2,022,038 
334,621 


1,259,192 
412,583 


1,669,668 
683,241 
5,459 
5,494 
8,022 
1 fi.\fi 


1,799,574 
893,018 
106 612 




Germany 

Newfoundland 

O.C. ■ . .. 


9,783 

615 

3,471 


3,378 

400 

11,315 


5,105 
1,082 
•2.086 


9,246 

13 

5! 9fi.fi 




G.B 

U.S 


i '1 ' 1 




1,886,504 


2,371,752] 1,680,048 


2,373,539 


2,810,668 


Gunpowder and other explo- 
sives 


7,297 509 
96,825 134,775 

558 

810 . 781 
1,665! 7,206 


27,128 

166,290 

642 

2,789 

36,122 


15,204 

211,348 


15,680 
381,819 




Argr. Republic . . . 

Australasia 

Brazil 

Mexicf) 


548 




13,989 
258 
136 

15,742 


11,990 
400 




Newfovuidland 

U.S. of Colombia. 
O.C 


il,56il 10,542 
8641 945 
5111 1,634 


10,701 
433 
610 


23,247 
450 




768 


1,109 




120,091 


156,392 


244,715 


257,945 


435,243 



I STATISTICAL AND FINANCIAL STATEMENTS 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 10 

No. 16. — Statement (by Countries) of the Values of the Principal Articles 

Exported, &c. — Continued. 



279 



ARTrcLKS Exported, 


Countries. 


1899. 


1 
1900. 


1901. 


1902. 


1903. 


Hay 


G.B 

U.S 


$ 

258,604 
118,274 


378,946 

715,604 

25 

263,260 

969 

16,549 


459,235 

1,158,128 

3,871 

383,168 

42,191 

15,151 

10 

492 


1,702,904 

504,247 

18,386 

2,095,201 

1,083 

22,390 

13,290 

13,641 


$ 

1,421,506 
1,925,490 






15,532 




B. Africa . . 




15.5,674 




B. Guiana 

B. W. Indies 

France 


2,930 
10,875 


934 
19,164 




18,13» 




Hayti 

Newfoundland ... 

St. Pierre 

West Indies — 
American. . . | 
Cuban / 

0. C 

G.B 

U.S 


14 
7,371 

6,208 

7,324 
31 








11,240 

8,549 

( 


7,162 
6,781 


10,137 
7,809 


12,06« 

6,873 

180 




\ 18,772 
205 


21,713 


26,1.36 
100 


17,990 
3,024 








Hides, horns, tails and skins 
other than fur, N.E.S 


411,631 


1,414,119 


2,097,902 


4,415,324 


3,596,557 


7,414 
1,234,724 


6,421 
1,312,236 


169,543 

2,034,975 

2,321 

250 

3,955 

155 


32,600 
1,664,595 

i,66o 

2,185 


77,666 
1,823,698 




France. . . 






Germany 

Newfoundland .... 
0. C 


451 
2,706 

282 


457 

326 

2,600 


2,376 
1,261 




G.B 






1,245,577 

22,241 

1,622 

1,920 

418 


1,322,040 


2,211,199 


1,700,380 


1,905,001 




11,5.34 

400 

3,475 

292 

734 


36,983 


17,613 
1,091 


11,205 




U.S . 


1,673 




Australasia 

Newfoundland .... 
C 








966 
21 


285 


120 




G.B 








Leather and manufactures of :— 
Soleand upper leather, includ 
ing leather, N.E.S. . 


26,201 


16,435 


37,970 


18,989 


12,998 


1,450,199 

23,790 

614 

1,234 

314 

590 


1,406,029 

24,610 

189 

775 

2,446 

150 

462 

6,521 

7,313 

83,928 

7,991 


1,820,093 

47,734 

114 

" " 2,ob6 

190 

3,871 

15,773 


1,803,859 

17,294 

309 

3,707 

1,778 

963 

■ 1,616 

13,819 


2,015,285 


U.S 

Australasia 

Belgium 

B. Africa 


21,865 
24,635 

8,623 
7,488 




B. W. Indies 

France 

Germany 


6,262 
871 




Japan 

Newfoundland ... 
Norway & Sweden 
O.C 

G.B 








57,203 
5,350 

2,784 


85,608 


68,753 


82,489 








.5,164 














1,542,078 


1,540,414 


1,975,383 


1,912,098 


2,172,682 




9,331 
9,746 

1,857 


17,510 

7,719 

17,274 


35,390 
21,830 
11,471 


54,038 
21,075 
11,735 
8,014 
489 
17,724 


23,489 




U.S...., 


18,056 




Australasia 


12,928 
8,143 




B. Guiana 

B. W. Indies .... 


" " 11^216 


12,587 


68 
14,768 
74,821 

42,934 
8,264 
14,042 


1,055 

20,258 




France 




660 

20,343 

9,79C 

233 


8 

62,321 

9,019 

1,351 


20 




Newfoundland . . . . 

St. Pierre 

O.C 


37,864 

10,769 

960 


62,026 

6,031 

459 




81,742 


86,118 


223,588 


185,774 


152,465 



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No. 16. — Statement (by Countries) of tlie Values of the Principal Articles 

Exported, &c. — Continued. 



Articles Exportkd. 


Countries. 


1899. 


1900. 


1901. 


1902. 


1903. 


Leather and manufactures 

of -.—Cmi. 1 

Manufactures of leather, 

N.E.S : 


G.B 

U.S,. 

Australasia 

B. Africa 


46,242 

19,498 
3,508 


$ 

170,632 

29,232 

822 

57,238 

58 

690 

2,908 

1,395 


S 

165,890 

70,608 

2,099 

8,977 

719 

30 

5,829 

81 


182,075 

26,425 

6,356 

2,097 

211 

1,000 

3,102 

625 


24,850 

25,901 

6,595 

979 




B. W. Indies 

Germanv . 


768 

18 

1,416 

726 


642 




Newfoundland .... 
O.C 


3,196 
597 




G.B 

U.S.. 

Australasia 

Belgium 

B. Africa 

B. Guiana 

B. W. Indies 






72,176 


262,975 


254,233 


221,891 


62,760 


Recapitulation. 
Leather and manufactures of. . . 


1,505,772 

53,034 

5,979 

1,234 

571 

12^574 


1,. 594, 171 
61,561 
18,285 
775 
59,684 
25 
12,795 


2,021,373 

140,172 

13,684 


2,039,972 
64,794 
18,400 
3,707 
11,889 
• 489 
18,898 


2,063,624 

65,822 

44,158 

9,138 




12,077 

68 

15,677 

74,821 

3,871 

1.5,803 

12 

134,371 

8,345 
12,930 


16,<;iO 

4,928 

27,162 




France. 

Germany 

Japan 


326 


1,697 
7,311 
7,519 
107,179 
7,991 
9,857 
657 


1,624 

14,921 

7 

134,176 

9,063 

1,823 


20 
916 
135 




Newfoundland. . 
Norway & Sweden 
St. Pierre 


96,483 
5,350 

10,842 
3,832 


147,711 
6,116 




O.C 


1,567 




G-B 






1,695,997 


1,889,507 


2,453,204 


2,319,763 


2,387,907 


Lime 


3,442 
63,345 
15,371 








U.S 

Belgium 

Germany 


63,713 


73,793 


86,041 

16,636 

2,052 

7,107 

108 

90 


96,912 

21,047 

9,485 






1,200 
59 
51 
46 






Newfoundland .... 

St. Pierre 

O.C 

G.B 

U.S 


99 

287 
14 


203 

92 

3,272 


i29 

179 

40 




64,113 


77,360 


83,514 


112,034 


127,792 


Metals and minerals and manu- 
factures of : — 
Copper, all kinds 


5,585 
917,394 


1,387,388 


1,015 
2,659,261 


340,712 

2,649,650 

63 


173,116 




2,734,589 




O.C 






6.B.. 










922,979 


1,387,388 


2,660,276 


2,990,425 


2,907,705 


Grold and silver : — 
Gold-bearing quartz, dust 
nuggets, &c 


80 

3,258,427 

4,640 

9,550 

5 


538 

14,135,195 

11,730 

1,080 


; 181,125 

24,231,890 

32,041 

ioo 


55 

19,677,074 

6,545 

930 


1,923 




U.S 


16,484,142 




China 

Hong Kong. . . . 
O.C 


1,991 

1,850 

914 












3,272,702 


14,148,543 


24,445,156 


19,684,604 


16,490,820 



i STATISTICAL AND FINANCIAL STATEMENTS 281 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 10 

No, 16. — Statement (by Countries) of the Values of the Principal Articles 

Exported, &e. — Continued. 



Articles Exported. 


Countries. 


1899. 


1900. 


1901. 


1902. 


1903. 


Metals and minerals, &c. — Con. 
(toIcI and silver — Con. 


G.B 


$ 

1 
2,630,280 


3,496 
1,350,559 


$ 

' 2,3791956 
40,800 


' 2,055,428 


$ 




U.S 

O.C 


1,804,592 














1 


2,630,281 


1,354,055 


2,420,750 


2,055,428 


1,804,592 


• 


5,902,983 


15,502,598 


26,865,906 


21,740,032 


18,295,412 




G.B 

U.S 

Arg. Republic 

Australasia 

B. Africa 


Iron and steel and mfrs. of — 
Agricultural implements . 


602,875 
13,267 
47,4»5 

596,674 
8,058 


474,532 
11,001 
20,432 

469,763 
2,767 


375,634 
37,120 
27,571 

441,761 
17,015 


378,229 
23,742 
38,731 

682,550 
6,265 


448,668 
39,274 
60,923 

982,201 
70,109 
12,088 




B. E. Indies 




Chile 

Denmark 

France 

Germany 


963 

5,715 

253,961 

248,835 

30,141 

3,520 

4,245 

25,844 


1,904 

13,046 

208,584 

376,089 

62,955 

3,070 

647 

1,253 

35^599 


2,149 

7,798 

217,897 

474,249 

89,907 

1,316 

912 

972 

39', 806 


764 

12,545 

237,729 

340,953 

30,360 

7,961 

1,222 

6,310 

12,952 

32,955 

324 

5,708 

1,500 


1,684 

13,626 

238,868 

225 275 




Holland 


44,215 
4,226 

2,378 
4,579 
3 503 




Italy 

Newfoundland . . . 
Norway & Sweden 




Russia 

Spain 


11,362 


121,945 
12,166 




Uruguay 

O.C 


10,050 

4,228 


9,870 
2,069 


10,599 
4,859 


8,926 
4,638 




G. B 

U.S 

Arg. Republic .... 

Australasia 

Austria-Hungary . 

Belgium 

B. Africa 




Machines and machinery, 
N E.S., including sewing 
machines. 


1,867,223 


1,693,581 


1,749,565 


1,820,800 


2,299,292 


103,906 
191,584 

26; 499 

90 

6,834 

34,857 


113,212 
356,258 
12,848 
40,057 
843 
23,047 
11,565 


155,563 

303,352 

12,818 

55,036 

10,524 

10,424 

10,822 

730 

134 

2,636 

2,400 

24,927 

11,910 

3,221 

210 

JKK) 

7,369 

60,817 


72,187 

252,040 

125 

129,898 

114 

2,612 

15,543 

517 

2,480 

621 

340 

" " 14^028 
2,714 
4,993 


153,697 




319,119 

■6,540 

117,280 

"ii3;43.3 
11,586 




B. Guiana 


5,140 




B. E. Indies .... 

B. W. Indies 

Brazil 

Cen. Am. States . . 
Chile 


5,621 
9,085 

75 


30,012 
407 
9,985 
1,070 
6,748 
9,882 
828 


452 

16.495 

969 

168 

2,689 




France 


6,341 
2,391 


3,387 




Germany 

Holland 


16,816 
3,199 




Italy 




2,485 
36,175 

5,629 
18,756 




444 






7,652 
22,733 

16,872 
148 


8,978 
51,813 

4,644 

5 

11,417 


13,201 




Newfoundland. . . . 

Russia 

St. Pierre 

Switzerland 

West Indies- 
American ... 1 
Cuban . . . . . / 

O.C 


29,559 
336 




75 


157 






5,275 




89 
2,984 


J 1,380 

( 2,268 

2,639 








1,381 
3,055 


8,295 
1,005 


7,3.52 
6,725 




437,761 


686,094 


678,304 


584,369 


737,019 



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No. 16. — Statement (by Countries) of the Values of the Principal Articles 

Exported, &c. — Continued. 



Articles ExPORTKn. 



Countries. 



Metals and minerals, &c. — Con. 
Iron and steel, Sic. --Con. 
All other iron and steel and 

manufactures of, N.E.S. ;G. B 

jU. S _. . 

Arg. Republic . . . 

Australasia 

Austria-Hungary. 
Belgium 



Recapitulation. 

Iron and steel and manufac- 
tures of 



Brazil 

B. Africa 

B. Guiana 

B. W. Indies . 

China 

Denmark. 

France 

Germany. 

Hawaii 

Hong Kong 

Italy 

Japan 

Mexico 

Newfoundland. . . . 

Norway & Sweden. 

Russia 

St. Pierre 

West Indies — 

American \ 

Cuban J 

O. C 



G. B 

U.S.... 

Arg. Republic. . . . 

Australasia 

Austria-Hungary. . 

Belgium 

Brazil 

B. Africa 

B. E. Indies . . 

B. Guiana 

B. W. Indies 

Cen. Am. States . . 

Chile 

China 

Denmark 

France 

Germany 

Hawaii 

Holland 

Hong Kong 

Italy 

.Japan 

Mexico 

Newfoundland 

Norway & Sweden. 

Roumania 

Russia 

Spain 

St. Pierre . . 

Switzerland 



1899. 



1900. 



1901. 



135,358 
220, 451 j 

1,508 . 

4,9661 



208,159 
546,623 



6,367! 

sisoii 

180| 

12,664 

143 



19,509 

95 

7,472 

190 



2,644 

16,578 

35 

1,006 



547 
67,013 
27,511 



6,042 

169 
5,192 



512,175 



842,139 
425,302 

49,550 

628,1.39 

90 

13,201 



46,716 

6,121 

224 

21,749 

75 

963 

158 

5,865 

262,946 

267,804 

35 

30,644 

1,306 

5,058 



8,277 
93,991 
53, .355 



28,234 
' 6,190 



90 
3,097 
1,940 



262,484 

718.856 

3,348 

19,504 

683 

12,193 

1,499 

4,617 

6 

4,028 

1,868 



1902. 



1,599| 
68,965, 



11,986 
93,512 



663 



13,284, 

149,665 

35,452i 



5,043 

9,631 

86,617 

27,081 



4,042 



\ 16,676 
5,975 



1,082,833 



5,984 



1,128,053 

2,184,746 

810 

34,126 

437 

8,373 

2 

10,829 

471 

3,125 

2,660 

4,774 

10,254 

95,327 



11,072 
8,993 



1,289,668 



795,903 

913,882, 

33,280! 

529,329 

938 

32,522 

10,175 

14,332 

30,012 

726 

3,504 

1,318 

8,797 

1,940 

13,046 

220,065 

445,882 

990 

63,099 



5,555 



793,681 

1,059,328 

43,737 

516,301 

695 

23,222 

5,1.39 

32,056 

2,498 

10,828 

4,242 

2,854 

27,076 

2,035 

11,298 

241,793 

570,982 



49,459 

155,941 

36,711 



57,033 
il08 



90,117 

663 

2,366 

5,075 

17,000 

148,346 

29,298 



41,592 
1,002 
6,072 



5,420 
340 

7,212 

78,508 

23,846 

6,486 

5,816 

14 
4,183 
6,473 



3,622,285 



1,578,469 

2,460,528 

39,666 

846,574 

1,311 

10,985 

342 

32,637 

4,098 

988 

3,771 



1903. 



234,875 

3,313,494 

23 

19,090 



6,3ia 
17 

30,226 
1,498 
7,302: 
2,406 
1,95a 
1,308 

46,391 



3,142 
14,600 

1,200 
31,167 
77,510 

8,482 



4,277 



2,972 
4,598 



15,099 

2,730 

17,319 

250,697 

441,273 

5 

31,970 

112 

13,381 

785 

16,190 

131,543 

30,156 

12,952 

44,085 

387 

5,821 

11,417 



3,812,83& 



837,240 

3,671,887 

67,486 

1,118,571 

170 

22,74a 

1,051 

111,921 

13,62& 

6,652 

23,797 

2,914 

5,013 

2,406 

15,576 

243,563 

288,482 



48,247 
3,421 

19,270 
2,645 

44,368 
109,447 

13,061 

3,503 

122,281 

14,986 
4,564 
5,275 



STATISTICAL AND FINANCIAL STATEMENTS 



28a 



SESSIONAL PAPER No. 10 

No. 16. — Statement (by Countries) of the Values of the Principal Articles 

Exported, &c. — Continued. 



Articles Exported. 


Countries. 


1899. 


1900. 


1901. 


1902. 


1903. 


Metals and minerals, &c.— Con. 
Iron and steel and manufac- 


Uruguay 

U. S. of Colombia. 


$ 
10,050 


$ 

11,012 
1.52 

/ 1,380 

1, 18,944 

2,473 


10,906 
90 

" ' 13|455 
3,790 


$ 

6,097 

14 

12,603 

3,449 


8,926-- 




1,330- 




West Indies — 

American \ 

Cuban J 

0. C 

G. B 

U.S. 

Belgium . . . 


258 
8,719 






10,521 
4,206 




2,817,159 


3,462,508 


3,717,537 


6,027,454 


6,849,149- 


Lead ore 


895 J69 


41,289 

621,280 

26,122 


3,931 
2,272,830 


19,500 
708,108 
161,745 


250 

383,827 




Chile 




66,300 

174,000 

23 






Germany 












0. C 






16 






G. B 

U. S..... 

Australasia 










895,769 


688,691 


2,517,084 


889,369 


384,077 


Tin and manufactures of 


202 
16,114 


393 
68,382 


2,168 

48,524 

769 

2,167 

4^585 
383 
555 


131 
76,601 
5,191 
1,834 
1,273 
1,125 
6,852 

513 
4,727 


3,47& 

39,510 

1,962 




Belgium 


777 

" " 10,376 
354 


997 

979 

230 
263 


3,215 




Brazil 

Chile 

Newfoundland 

St. Pierre 

0. C 


12,384 
11,758 

8,145- 
681 

9,822 




G. B 

D.S 

Belgium 

France 

Germany 

Holland . . 








27,823 


71,244 


59,151 


98,247 


90,953 


Miscellaneous metals and 
minerals and mfrs. of : — 
Asbestus .... 


66,623 

361,401 

13,100 

" " 12^052 


70,749 

322.984 

16,260 

'80',9i6 


136,294 

451,386 

161,468 

25,397 

85,345 

4,480 

2,975 

1,528 


201,474 

743,763 

41,912 

30,245 

89,868 


98,167 
757,724 
22,22& 
19,740- 
28,646 
7,275 




Italy 






23,940 


21,455 




0. C 






172 




G. B. 












453,176 


490,909 


868,873 


1,131,202 


955,405 


Nickel, fine, contained in 
ore, matte or speiss 








89,091 

745,422 




u. s 


994,537 


1,040,498 


958,365 

« 


878,159- 




G. B , 

U. S . . ; . 

Australasia 

Belgium 

B. W. Indies 

France 






994,537 


1,040,498 


958,365 


834,513 


878,15» 


All other metals and min- 
erals, and manufactures 
of N.E.S 


25,279 

345, .351 

1,724 

27,907 

66 

160 

666 

325 


25,471 

432,425 

752 

40,593 

282 

1,100 

500 


112,238 

573,606 

1,605 

80,622 

217 

1,219 

39,413 


114,201 

627,533 

420 

154,759 

223 

2,912 

34,049 

77,829 


354,437 

784,525 
4,327 

102,465 

159 

1,015 

7,937 




Holland .... .... 

Hong Kong 


147,240 
20 



284 



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3-4 EDWARD VII., A. 1904 

Xo. 16. — Statement (by Countries; of the Values of the Principal Articles 

Exported, &c. — Continued. 




Metals and minerals, &c. 
Miscellaneous metali 
minerals &c. — Con. 
All other metals and min- 
erals, and manufactures 
of, y.E.S—Cw 



Total miscellaneous metals 
and minerals and mfrs. of 

Meeapitulation. 

Metals and minerals and manu 
factures of 



•Japan 
Newfoundland. . . 

St. Pierre 

U. S. of Colombia 
O. C 



404,329 507,023 810,893 l,0a:,678 1,415,047 



1,852,042: 2,038,430 



G. B 

U. S 

Arg. Republic . . . 

Australasia 

Austria-Hungary. . 

Belgium 

Brazil 

B. Africa 

B. E. Indies 

B. Guiana 

B. W. Indies 

Cen. Am. States.. . 

Chile 

China 

Denmark 

France 

Gennany 

Hawaii 

Holland 

Hong Kong 

Italy 

Japan 

Mexico 

Newfoundland 

Norwaj' & Sweden. 

Rouuiania 

Russia 

Spain 

St. Pierre 

Switzerland. 

Turkey 

Uruguay . 

U. S. of Colombia. 

West Indies — 

American | 

Cuban / 

O. C 



939,909 

9,8-i4,.575 

49,5.50 

629,863 

90 

54,985 



48,217 

6,121 

224 

21,815 



963 

4,798 

5,865 

263,111 

280,.522 

35 

30,644 

11,181 

5,058 



8,277 

105,322 

53,355 



28,234 
6,692 

m 



937,839 

20,272,.593 

33,280 

5.30,081 

938 

116,494 

10,175 

14,332 

30,012 

726 

3,801 

1,318 

8,797 

13,774 

13,046 

221,165 

527,546 

990 

63,391 

1,080 

5,555 

1,462 

49,4.59 

161,656 

.36,711 



2,638,131 



1,230,452 

34,635,140 

43,737 

519,467 

695 

267,479 

5,139 

32,056 

2,498 

10,828 

4,534 

2,854 

134,176 

34,196 

11,298 

268,409 

870,021 



3,051,393 



2,343,633 

29,744,107 

39,666 

852,185 

2,766 

371,235 

1,615 

34,198 

4,257 

1,077 

4,169 



94,597 

663 

5,341 

5,075 

17,000 

154,.341 

29,298 



57,033, 



41,674 
1,002 
4,398 7,409 



11,612 
152l 



10,906 
450 



16,224 

9,275 

17,319 

283,854 

565,295 

5 

111,121 

1,042 

37,321 

70,385 

16,417 

140,473 

30,2f4 

12,952 

44,085 

.387 

6,460 

11,417 

3,427 

6,097 



^^ [ 19,049 
18,989 1,014 



12,418,755 23,150,8.59 



13,560 
3,790 



14 

12,675 

1,483 



38,458,085 34,796,920 



Milk and cream, condensed. 



. G. B 

lU. S 

I Australasia ... 

B. Africa 

•B. W. Indies . 



3,248,611 



1,468,609 

27,538,955 

67,702 

1,124,860 

170 

150,649 

13,435 

113,776 

13,687 

6,952 

24,101 

2,914 

16,771 

4,397 

15, .576 

264,327 

325 065 



204,556 

5,291 

40,725 

14,476 

46,422 

121,709 

13,086 

3,503 

122,435 

14,986 

5, .508 

5,275 

105 

8,926 

1,330 



I 



10,769 

4,859 



31,775,907 



795 

1,045 

888 

81,903 

93 



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No. 16. — Statement (by Countries) of the Values of the Principal Articles 

Exported, &c. — Continued. 



Articles Exported. 


Countries. 


1899. 


1900. 


19C1. 


1902. 


1903. 


Milk and cream, condensed. — 
Con 


China 

Hong Kong 


$ 


$ 


f 


$ 


55,145 
10,427 




Japan 










18,183 




Newfoundland .... 










6,443 




Philippines . ... 
St. Pierre 








11,688 












42 




West Indies — 

American \ 

Cuban J 

G. B 


















55,887 




















242,539 














Musical instruments : — 


350,637 
3,444 

25,681 


391,139 

3,543 

26,547 

1,050 

3,035 

305 

10,060 

2,190 

743 

1,535 


391,457 

8,004 

26,595 

3,022 

6,200 

833 

16,880 

573 

1,536 

3,406 


332,936 

6,980 

23,400 

5,728 
3,380 
272 
16,108 
2,158 
1,-564 
2,163 


269,733 

7,089 

21,001 

4,614 

17,982 

770 

17,464 

4,351 

726 

5,954 




U. S 




Australasia 

Belgium 

B. Africa 

B. W. Indies 

Germany 

Holland . . . 




5,581 

780 

13,971 

875 
365 




Newfoundland . . . 
0. C 

G. B 




401,334 


440,147 


458,506 


394.689 


349,684 


All other musical instru- 


10.839 

28,675 

24,686 

1,276 

200 


13,621 
25,310 
23,583 
1,026 
1,280 
7,640 
1,850 
1,202 
1,870 


22,335 

29,364 

42,360 

240 

570 


14,281 

38,660 

21,498 

1,267 

4,140 

80 


14,710 




U. 8 


47,781 




Australasia 

B. Africa 

B. W. Indies 


15,247 

],038 

2,605 

10 




Germany 


35 

3,478 

440 


200 

628 

1,317 


1,486 




Newfoundland 

O. C 

G. B..... 

XT. S 

Australasia 


2,477 
1,761 


404 
1,056 


Recapitulation. 
Musical instruments 


69,629 


77,382 


97,014 


84,164 


84,337 


361,476 
32,119 
50,367 


404,760 

28,853 
50,130 
2,075 
4,061 
1,585 
8,090 
11,910 


413,792 

37,368 

68,955 

3,022 

6,440 

1,403 


347,217 

45,640 

44,898 

5,728 

4,647 

4,412 

80 

16,108 


284,443 




54,870 
36,248 

4,614 
19,020 

3,375 
210 




B. Africa 

B. W. Indies 


6,8.57 
980 




Germany 


14,006 


17,080 

100 

753 

2,164 

4,443 


18,950 




Hawaii 




Holland 


875 

3,843 

440 


2,190 
1,945 
1,930 


2.158 
4,041 
3,924 


4,351 
1,130 
6,81(> 




Newfoundland 

O.C 

G. B 

u. s 




470,963 


517,529 


555,520 


478,8.53 


434,021 


Oil cake 


139,046 

4,815 


221,825 
"2^.309 


166,685 
4,449 
8,791 


187,895 


264,327 
4,700 




Belgium 

Holland 


17,882 


13,111 
5,502 




0. C 




28 


3,422 


16 


2,305 


• 


143,861 


224,162 


183,347 


205,793 


289,945 



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3-4 EDWARD VII., A. 1904 



No. 16. — Statement (by Countries) of the Values of the Principal Articles 

Exported, &c. — Continued. 



Articles Exported. 


Countries. 


1899. 


1900. 


1901. 


1902. 


1903. 


•Oils 


G.B 

u.s 


9,415 

40,546 

8,817 

35 

1,239 


$ 

4,840 

50,415 

125 

51 

226 


18,257 
46,371 

2,571 
137 

2,037 


34,597 

57,384 

6,191 

1,520 

3,258 
18,548 

""24J99 

10,874 
7,824 


$ 

25,823 
33,008 

7,712 
761 

1,574 
25,923 




Australasia 

B. Guiana 

B. W. Indies 




Hayti 






176 


5,789 
4,805 
8,873 
1,658 




Holland 

Newfoundland.. . . 
O.C 

G.B 

U.S 








3,386 
205 


8,260 
324 


4,363 
338 


Paper (Wall paper only, prior to 
1903) 


63,643 


64,241 


74,250 


170,395 


115,926 


916 
22,472 


1,359 
25,091 


6,303 
9,200 


6 

2,777 


332,328 

47,400 

5,818 

386,593 
26 128 








Australa.sia 

Bel^uni . . 


1,857 


2,087 


4,i48 


13,669 




B. Africa 




176 


3,862 


132 


19,115 
60 




B. E. Indies 






B. Guiana 








80 
294 


2,003 

10,952 

7,701 




B. W. Indies 

Brazil 


105 


131 


5 




Chile 










1,141 
1,241 
42,452 
3,130 
1,602 
395 
















Newfoundland 

Peru 


2,236 


2,334 


17,998 


9,798 




Philippines 












St. Pierre 






2 


13 










1,209 

3,288 
1,053 




West Indies : — 
Cuban 












O.C 

G.B 

U.S 

O.C 

G.B 




93 
















27,586 


31,271 


41,518 


26,769 


893,607 


Pelts, raw 


' 34,305 
10 


""85',i62 


5,0.58 

32,629 

552 








36,847 
3 


74,523 








Provisions : — 
Butter .... 


34,315 


85,162 


38,239 


36,850 


74,523 


3,844,051 
10,472 


5,239,814 
19,637 


3,197,839 

8,127 


5,465,495 

41,554 

260 

12 

0,790 

71,810 

1,608 

78 

1,581 

2,040 

101 

1,013 


6,554,014 




U.S 


14,179 
6,187 

1.33,958 
7,565 

112,968 
9 084 




B. Africa 

B. Guiana 

B. W. Indies 




783 

41,875 


3J07 
53,657 


300 

3,322 

59,488 

345 
1,199 

6,272 

717 




China 

Dan. W. Indies. . . 
Dutch W. Indies. . 
Germany . 


1,324 
9,708 

12^384 
1,834 


1,063 
10,072 

'7,216 
2,498 


141 

6,077 

13 




Japan 


],816 

4,685 

69,017 

28 655 




Newfoundland 

St. Pierre 


74,813 
27,802 


66,069 
23,425 


46,067 
30,855 


47,066 
27,111 






6,574 

'262 
3,771 




West Indies : — 

American \ 

Cuban J 

O.C 


225 
74 


/ 1,624 

L . . . ^. . . . 

127 


270 
396 


'243 
376 










4,025,405 


5,429,563 


3,355,197 


5,667,150 


6,953,906 



I STATISTICAL AND FINANCIAL STATEMENTS 

-SESSIONAL PAPER No. 10 

No. 16.— Statement (by Countries) of the Values of the Principal Articles 

Exported, &c. — Continued. 



287 



Articles Exported. 


Countries. 


1899. 1900. 


1901. 


1902. 


1903. 


T*rovisions — Con. 

Cheese ... 


G.B 

U.S 

Australasia 

Belgium 

B. Africa 


17,320,790 
40,038 

3,137 

347 

724 

15,574 

1,585 

4,624 

.597 

13,293 

245 

482 


$ 

20,437,936 

7,108 

15 

347 

1,012 

13,393 

987 

2,515 

55i 

16,651 

/ 


$ 

21,033,131 

40,131 

10,418 

124 

36 

1,194 

16,340 

456 


19,803.877' 

12,181 

7,078 


24,683,404 

7.842 
7,896 




8681 2,514 




B. Guiana 

B. W. Indies 

China 

Dan. W. Indies. . . 

Germany 


1,833 2,165 

18,542 44,674 

1,409 1,734 

332 2.037 




12 

935 
16,603 


1,179 

821 
20,100 


170 

1,076 




Newfoundland .... 

West Indies : — 

American \ 

Cuban / 

O.C 

G.B 

U.S 


21,334 




1 392 
3,074 


211 
3,660 


350 
1,.502 


331 

1,229 




17,401,436 


20,483,981 


21,123,251 


19,870,072 


24,776.406 


Eggs 


1,254,392 
6,666 
1,159 
1,490 
3,206 
150 


1,447,0,30 
2,661 
1,179 
2,155 
3,339 
1.578 


1,677,727 

7,185 

757 

1,563 

3,826 
1,238 


1,691,024 

38,663 

1,289 

2,092 

3,073 


1,420,760 
11,560 




B. W. Indies 

Newfoundland ... 

St. Pierre 

O C 


2,172 

1,990 

4,750 

22 




G.B 

U.S 

B Africa 










1,267,063 1,457,942 


1,692,296 


1,736,141 


1,441,254 


-Meats : — 

Bacon and hams 


10,407,654 
5,929 


12,749,175 

1,865 

56 


11,733,013 
43,432 


12,356,648 
46,022 


15,873,739 

7,004 

18,124 








36 


70 
630 


61 
1,535 


54 




B. W. Indies 


1,040 


595 


4,532 
3,019 




Newfoundland .... 

St. Pierre 

West Indies : — 

American \ 

Cuban j 

O.C 

1 

G.B.. 

U.S 


2,540 

328 


5,265 
273 

r 


5,399 
544 


576 


3,437 
39 




1,260 


34 
142 


33 
115 






280 


2,246 




10,417,771 


12,758,525 


11,783,264 


12,404,990 


15,912,194 


Oanned meats 


97,032 
3,356 


236,792 

6,084 

68,097 

823 

248 

246 


357,047 

6,743 

56,359 

141 

" " 1,382 
1,373 


855,895 

1,671 

22,450 

1,766 

151 

196 

62 


595,072 
6,652 






15,091 




B. W. Indies 

Germany 

Newfoundland 

O.C 


1,843 

i64 

2,323 


1,053 
760 
739 
544 










104,718 


312,290 


423,045 


882,191 


619,911 



288 TRADE AND COMMERCE i 

3-4 EDWARD VII., A. 1904 

Xo. 16. — Statement (by Countries) of the Values of the Principal Articles 

Exported, &c. — Continued. 



Articles Exported 


Countries. 


1899. 


1900. 


1901. 


1902. 


1903. 


Provision.^— Con. 

Meats, all other, and lard . . . 


G.B 

U.S... 

Australasia 

Belgium 

B. Africa 


221,131 

27,588 


$ 

484,129 
28,753 
10,700 


$ 

1,348,798 

27,504 

51 


S 

743,017 
42,227 
3,400 
9,550 
2,017 
731 
5,836 


574,241 
56,685 
62,190 








66,097 
258 

8,871 


9,703 




B. Guiana 

B. W. Indies... 
Dan. W. Indies. .. 
France ... 


'5,683 


80 

9,829 

10 


1,064 
13,962 




424 








F. W. Indies 




85 
195 








(Jermany 


58,691 




500 


42,882 




Hayti 

Newfoundland .... 

St. Pierre 

West Indies : — 
American . . . . \ 
Cuban J 

O.C 

G.B 

U.S 

Australasia 

Belgium 


1,545 








39,400 

7,285 

7,441 
1,796 


49,764 
5,621 

46 


49,146 
7,793 

255 

199 


88,834 
6,507 

45 

280 


92,419 
7,576 

5 

44 


Bccapitulation. 
Provisions 


370,560j 589,212 


1,509,396 


902,944 

40,915,956 

182.318 

10,738 

9,550 

25,347 

9,433 

100,784 

1,608 

1,487 

1,913 

2,578 


860,771 


33,145,050 40.594.876 


39,347,555 

133,122 

11,778 

601 

122,792 

4,944 

86,227 

345 

1,767 

" 8^026 
1,017 

\2 


49,701,230 




94,049 

"3^137 

347 

1,507 

67,174 


66,108 
13,714 

1,586 
68,503 

4,895 
79,476 


103,922 

76,451 

2,021 




B. Africa. . . 

B. Guiana 

B. W. Indies 

Brazil 


179,394 

10,896 

179,361 

9,084 




China... 

Dan. W. Indies... 
Dutch W. Indies. . 

France 

F. W. Indies 

Germany 

Hayti 

Japan 

Me.xico 


2,925 
14,542 

95 

32 

71,075 

1,545 


2,650 
12,597 

" " 1^227 

174 

7,405 


1,875 
8,114 






, 


i,93l 


1,027 

46,844 

38 




2,458 
2,560 


3,049 


1,909 

120,160 

43,464 

396 


1,904 

158', 864 

36,859 

128 

7ii 

1,379 


2,892 
4,685 




Newfoundland 

St. Pierre 

U. S. of Colombia. 


131,700 
39,029 


140, 152 
32,817 


188,9.36 

41,301 

1,175 








6,574 




West Indies :— 

American \ 

Cuban J 

O.C , 

G. B 

u. s 

0. c 


8,380 
1,348 


268 


770 

1,564 


599 

3,023 




33,586,953 


41,031,513 


39,886,449 

.5,965 

41,361 

271 


41,463,488 


50,-569,442 


Rags 


2,892 
28,236 


3,593 
45,694 


21,343 
64,663 


26,790 

59,622 

50 




G.B 

u. s.... 

Australasia 










31,128 


49,287 


47,597 


86,006 


86,462 


Seeds :— 
Clover and grass seed 


431,062 

50,781 


188,829 
100,559 


374,849 
121,630 


632,451 

350,594 

43,306 

15,561 


416,182 

124,385 

33,037 




Belgium 

B. W.Indies 


3,837 


459 


1,248 
16,641 


3,464 



i STATISTICAL AND FINANCIAL STATEMENTS 289 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 10 

No. 16. — Statement (by Countries) of the Values of the Principal Articles 

Exported, &c. — Continued. 



Articles Exported. 


Countries. 


1899. 


1900. 


1901. 


1902. 


1903. 


Seeds : — Con. 

Clover and grass seeds — Con. 


Denmark 


$ 

20,765 

8,109 

230,669 

496 

408 

1,871 


13,069 

360 

54,769 

1,315 

1,037 

231 


$ 

13,517 

568 

61,749 

3,118 

1,716 

798 


31,257 

4,162 

223,342 

3,280 

95 


54,179 
597 


France 




Germany. 


311 052 




Holland 


10 470 




Norway & Sweden. 
0. C 


3,820 
121 




G. B 






747,998 


360,628 


595,834 


1,304,048 


957,307 




734,309 

13,109 

89,671 

400 


962,383 

5,600 

42,599 

" 35^632 


137,808 

9,150 

40,323 

81,701 

1,611 


173,677 
19,712 

170,069 
37,709 

506,537 

125,98^ 
53 


392,813 
4,731 

125,875 

63,025 




u. s 

Belgium 

France 

Germany 




Holland 






Newfoundland .... 
0. C 

G. B 


57 
15 


118 


37 


80 














837,561 


1,046,332 


270,625 


1,033,745 


586,524 


Recapitulation. 
Seeds 


1,165,371 


1.1.51 t?1 9! 


512,652 
130,780 


806,128 

370,306 

4.3,306 

185,630 

" " 31^257 

41,871 

729,879 

129,268 

148 


808,995 

12:(,116 

33,037 
129,339 

""54,179 

597 

374,077 

10,470 

201 

3,820 




u. s 

Australasia 


63,890 106,159 




Belgium 

B. W. Indies 

Denmark. ... ... 

France 

Germany 

Holland 


93,508 43,058 

20J65 ' ' ' 13^069 

8,509 j 360 

230,669 90,401 

496 1 .31.5 


4 1,. 571 

16,641 

13,517 

82,269 

63,360 

3,118 

56 

1,716 

779 




Newfoundland .... 
Norway & Sweden. 
O.C 


75 

408 

1,868 


118 

1,0.37 

231 




G. B 

u. s 

Australasia 








1,585,559 


1,406,960 


866,459 


2,337,793 


1,543,831 


Settlers' efifects 


75,7.^0 
963,625 

2,270 

1,600 
230 
700 
530 

1,700 
400 

1,250 
100 
400 

25 


58,242 

1,090,123 

3,259 

50 

150 

422 

1,383 

1,077 

1,000 

770 

3,436 

16 

1^77 


65, .590 

1,133,707 

2,024 

675 

ri54 
1,230 
2,879 
1,012 
65 

1,730 


68,218 
1,502,265 

5 900 


46,961 

1,297,117 

1,290 

.1 n^c\ 




B. Africa 

B. E. Indies 

B. W. Indies 

China 


1,400 4,370 
3551 3,899 
2,562| 1,840 
1,640; 4,845 
1 120 '^'75 








Germany 


111 

95 

3,505 

806 

3,673 
1,195 


3,016 

" ' ' 1,690 

10,000 

2 254 




Hawaii 

Hong Kong. . 

Italy 

Japan 




100 

2,057 

5t)5 






Newfoundland . . . 
0. C « 


2,036 
1,348 


4,248 
540 


7,196 

1,899 




1,051,944 


1,165,893 


1,212,728 


1,592,845 


1,392,037 



10— i— 19 



290 



TRADE AND COMMERCE i 

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"No. 16. — Statement (by Countries) of the Values of the Principal Articles 

Exported, &c, — Continued. 



Articlks Exported. i Countries. 1899. 



1900. 



1901.- 



1902. 1903, 



Ships'sold to other countries . 



Spirits and wines. 



G. B ... 

U. S 

Brazil 

B. W. Indies 

Dan. W. Indies . . . 
Dut^h W. Indies. . 

France 

Italy 

Mexico 

Newfoundland . . . . 
Norway & Sweden. 

Russia 

Spain 

St. Pierre 

O.C 



G. B 

U.S 

Arg. Republic 

Australasia 

Belgium 

Brazil 

B. Africa 

B. E. Indies 

B. Honduras 

B. W. Indies 

Cen. Am. States . . 

Chile 

China 

France 

Germany 

Hawaii 

Holland 

Jajjan 

Mexico 

Newfoundland 

Peru 

Philippines 

St. Pierre 

U. S. of Colombia 

West Indies — 

American ] 

Cuban ji 

O. C 



intone and manufactures of :— 
Gypsum, crude 



7,500 
3,715 



42,786 

35,000 

3,900 

27,330 



6,950 



3C,170 
6,010 
1.6001 



9,000 
8,468 



8,000 
24,4.50 



6,000 
81,000j 

4^150 

. ... i 
11,688 
20,000' 
45,000 



49,000 



127,181 



30,907 

265,049 

525 

5,017 

1,320 

220 

2,755 

1,644 

2,133 

6,241 

17,925 

5 

5,171 

1,135 

49 

1,122 



205,618 



49,828 

273,927 

1.000 

9,363 



476 

2,153 

4,048 

1,425 

8,184 

19,657 

998 

11,520 

1,728 



3,492 



7,528 
609 
119 



100,000 
5,400 

' 25^663 



8,000 
4,380 



700 
1,340 



66,468 177,333 



190 

12,772 

1,649 

357 



4,894 
775 



1,321 
3,800 



48,318 

334,354 

1,050 

18,432 

110 

1,178 

372 

2,555 

2,203 

8,936 

20,992 

1.665 

7,804 

5,300 

2,314 

.5,981 

47 

241 

9,723 

1,180 

3,242 

19,463 

2,509 

2,423 



59,112 

355,856 

1,837 

16,418 

3,921 

577 

9,865 

541 

2,953 

7,498 

11,603 

332 

5,217 

16,384 

12,747 

127 




998 

15,545 

1,063 

201 

22,4.58 

1,139 

1,871 



23,981 



95,000 
7,500 
10,000 
13,626 
11,400 
6,000 



167,507 



45,498 

441,776 

2,925 

14,838 

14,981 

986 

23,305 

170 

1,400 

6,294 

9,761 

2,086 



8,715 
18,019 



560 

828 

16,814 

7,450 

420 

5,875 

722 

94 



i STATISTICAL AND FINANCIAL STATEMENTS 291 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 10 

No. 16. — Statement (by Countries) of the Values of the Principal Articles 

Exported, &c. — Continued. 



Articles Exported. 


Countries. 


1899. 


1900. 


1901. 


1902. 


1903. 


Stone and manufactures of : — 

C07l. 

Stone and manufactures of, 
another, N.E.S 


G. B 

U. S 

B. Guiana 

B. W. Indies 

Germany. . . 

Newfoundland 

St. Pierre 

0. C 

G. B 

U.S.. 

B. Guiana 

B. W. Indies 

Germany 


$ 

1,057 
194,014 

405 

52i 

88 
52 


100 
254,100 

734 

5o0 

117 

10 

2,311 


$ 

6,295 
307,938 

6i2 


2,562 

321,590 

20 

332 


4,387 
288,614 

132 




720 

234 

1,830 


1,718 

72 

2,323 


934 
34 

2,908 


Recapitulation. 
Stone and manufactures of ... . 


196,137 


257,922 


317,629 


328,617 


297,009 


1,057 

360,230 

6 

405 


100 
490,165 

734 

550 

117 

10 

r 

"1 2,095 
216 


6,295 
493,298 


2,562 

593,695 

20 

332 

" " 1 jis 

72 

i;668 

2,485 


4,387 
595,359 




624 

765 

234 

1^4i5 
415 


132 




Newfoundland .... 

St. Pierre 

West Indies 

American \ 

Cuban / 

0. C 

G. B 


521 

88 

52 


1 1,159 
37 

80 
2,070 
1,183 








362,359 


493,987 


503,046 


601,952 


604,407 




3,949 

77,864 

40 

20 

42, .535 

20,131 

2 

16 


926 

96,6.59 

622 


31,120 

108,657 
233 


4,791 

106,736 

679 


12,171 

206,995 

799 




U. S 




B. W. Indies 

Hayti 




Japan 


21^602 

32 

330 


i4',028 

472 

87 


" ' 16^653 
212 
136 


6 




Newfoundland . . . 

St. Pierre 

0. C 

G. B'. 

U. S . . . . _ 

Australasia. . 

Belgium 

B. Africa 


9,467 
186 
864 




144,557 


120,171 


154,597 


129,207 


230,488 


Tobacco and manufactures of. . 


12,148 

116,036 

070 

3,599 

1,162 

5;3i9 

500 


11,854 

89,057 

332 

2,807 

156 

2,450 

4,616 

2,695 

1,176 

2,097 

351 

744 

1,578 

14,114 

600 

22,737 


15,454 

346,311 

17 

780 

826 

2,531 

3,876 

500 

2,352 

2,678 

3,097 

5,141 

888 1 

11,012| 

656 

16,447 

271 

140 

766 


13,100 

133,152 

120 

100 

312 

1,200 

3 902 

1,500 

2,380 

2,245 

6, .521 

31 

1,1.30 

14,961 

1,056 

16,361 


12,245 

253,774 

223 

8,848 

755 




B. E. Indies ... 

B. W. Indies 

3hina 


ijig 

20 




France 




3,485 
9,119 

7,812 

14,334 
700 


- 


jrermany 

Gibraltar 

Holland 

STewfoundland. . . 


7,382 

' ' 1^5i2 
11,077 




St. Pierre 

Spain 


16,319 


13,522 




Switzerland 

0. C 


843 


160 
936 


95 
440 


826 




177,167 


158,460 


413,743 


198,606 


326,782 



iO— i— 19i 



292 



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3-4 EDWARD VII., A. 1904 

No. 16. — Statement (by Countries) of the Values of the Principal Articles 

Exported, &c. — Continued. 



Articles Exported. 


Countries. 

1 


1899. 


1900. 


1901. 


1902. 


1903. 


Vegetables : — 


G. B 

U. S. 

B. Guiana 

B. W. Indies 

Dan. W. Indies . . . 

r. W. Indies 

Hayti 

Newfoundland . . . 

St. Pierre 

U. S. of Colombia. 

West Indies : — 

American \ 

Cuban 1 

O. C 

G. B 


$ 

375 

47,629 

26,081 

52,313 

581 

508 

347 

15,181 

6,493 

205 

164,878 
936 


392 

17,493 

23,476 

65,398 

1,253 


1,379 
70,174 
22,647 
64,198 


$ 


$ 




328,625 

34,328 

70,643 

20 


59,316 

37,977 

64,455 

15 




5^513 

6,327 
345 

/• 24,392 

I 185,365 

155 


" ' 8,688 

7,717 

237 

6,486 

181,103 

3,781 








7,584 

5,716 

468 

8,761 

231,106 

2,609 


22,056 

6,939 

985 

24,034 

169,(;72 

3,646 




315,527 


330,309 


366,410 


689,860 


389,095 


All other, including canned 
vegetables 


17,163 
121,037 


27,570 

133,271 

261 


52,329 

127,066 

117 

180 

9,352 


24,854 

265,910 

9,623 

513 

6,487 

6 


7 375 


U. S 

B. Africa 


125,779 

13,9(i4 

1,126 

9,089 

120 

3,1.50 




B. W. Indies 

Dan. W. Indies. . 
France.. . .... 


2,919 
561 


2,262 

398 

1,520 




Hayti 

Japan 

Newfoundland .... 

St. Pierre 

U. S. of Colombia. 
O.C 

G. B 


61 

6J924 

2,870 

11 

1,051 








" " 7^032 

2,511 

.384 

998 


1,517 


5,502 

1,642 


465 
11,327 

2,482 




823 


654 


717 




152,597 


176,207 


197,955 


31.5,191 


175, .594 


Recapitula t ion. 
Vegetables 


17,538 
168,666 

'26^081 

55,232 

1,142 


27,962 

150,764 

416 

23,476 

67,660 

1,651 

1,520 


.o3,708 

197,240 

195 

22,827 

73,550 


24,854 

594,535 

9,623 

34,841 

77,130 

26 


7,. 375 

185,095 

1.3,988 

39,103 

73, .544 

135 

3 1.50 


U. S 

B. Africa 

B. Guiana 

B. W. Indies 

Dan. W. Indies. . . 




F. W. Indies 

Hayti 


516 
408 

22,i05 

9,363 

216 

165,743 
1,114 














- 


•Japan .... 
Newfoundland ... 


"l2',.54.5 

8,838 
729 

r 24,392 
ll 185,673 

1 890 


15,259 

9,234 

237 

6,490 

181,880 

3,745 


7,3.58 
468 

8,761 

231,106 

3,-'63 


465 

.33,383 

9,421 

985 

24,034 

169,(572 

4,339 




U. S. of Colombia. 

West Indies- 
American, .... 1 
Cuban / 

O.C 




Ig. B 

U.S 






468,124 


506,516 


564,365 


1,005,0.51 


564,689 


Wood and manufactures of : — 
Bark for tanning 


" " 48,89C 


i 
" " 61^899 


306 
61,718 


5,276 
95,085 

100,361 


'74,8i6 




48,89C 


> 61,899 


62,024 


74,816 



i STATISTICAL AND FINANCIAL STATEMENTS 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 10 

No. 16. — Statement (by Countries) of the Values of the Principal Articles 

Exported, &c. — Continued. 



293 



Articles Exported. 


Countries. 


1899. 


1900. 


1901. 


1902. 


1903. 


AVood and manufactures of : — 
Con. 
Firewood 


U.S 


$ 

123,540 
171 


117,663 

88 


90,680 

45 

180 


$ 

91,407 
21 

79 


$ 

115,634 
51 




St. Pierre 




O.C 


84 




G. B 

U.S 










123,711 

4,761 
1,564,816 

i25 


117,751 


90,905 


91,507 


115,769 


Logs, all kinds 


16,843 

743,678 

115 


443,951 
589,964 


16,297 

549,119 

403 

21 


29,795 

401,743 

410 




Newfoundland 

O.C 

G.h 

u. s 




21,696 


2,610 




1,569,702 


760,636 


1,055,611 


565,840 


434,558 


Lumber : — 

Deals, pine 


4,007,771 


3,233,667 
31,730 


2,714,320 

84,651 

160 

32,785 


3,017,7531 3,538,272 
118,981 34,638 




Arg. Republic 

Belgium 

B. Africa 

B. W. Indies 


143,800 

6,374 

34,330 




11,142 


15,849 9,928 
8,570 44,910 






20,528 
2,074 
3,266 




France 

Germany 


l,i68 
245 

4,193,628 

6,751,921 

462,453 

1,414 

52 359 

35,444 

13,448 

11,111 

354,553 

40,842 

20,367 


270 
650 


1,418 

4^072 
740 


1^086 
23 706 




Spain 

O.C 

G. B 

U. S 

Arg. Republic .... 

Australasia 

Belgium 




9,139 


38 


1,377 




3,286,598 


2,857,822 


3,167,383 


.3,653,917 


Deals, spruce and other. . 


7,522,397 
351,562 
27,599 
13,880 
22,683 
18,618 


7,142,602 

479,263 

9,253 

55,321 

49,988 


6,399,763 
460,057 


7,643,753 

257,647 

4,7.30 




130,878 

9,731 

24,850 

17,647 

196,611 
26,666 


49,512 

3,732 

34,403 




Brazil 

B. Africa 




7,596 

208,909 

15,967 


33,579 

128,010 

5,220 

882 




France 

Fr. Foss. in Africa. 
Germany 


150,243 
31,159 




Gibraltar 


8,580 

35,378 

9,086 

1,857 

39,495 

55,107 


12,695 

7,683 
15,606 


11,685 






Holland 


27,501 






Italy ... 








Newfoundland . . 


" " 16,548 
55,476 




560 




24,702 

142,431 

580 

1,708 


24,871 

136,714 

1,419 

10,256 


61,417 
90,249 




Spain 




St, Pierre 


200 




0. C 

G. B 

U.S... .. 

Australasia 

Belgium 

B. Africa ... 

France . 

I'V. Poss. in Africa. 
Portugal 


5,000 


316 


1,560 




7,848,437 


8,287,960 


8,174,304 


7,451,148 


8,315,454 


Deal ends 


753,728 

363 

459 

1,224 

80 

10,871 

1,443 


543,055 
4,214 


588,422 

51,789 

619 

1,078 

" " ' 25',i96 

10,026 

160 

3,952 

142 


444,863 

10,064 

2,194 

1.631 

1,202 

3,983 

604 

713 

2,633 

4,128 


529,434 

5,872 

2,222 

834 




1,914 

2,993 

673 

334 

11,329 

357 




2,842 

200 

1 235 




Spain 


1,375 
915 


7,587 




O.C 


1,543 








770,458 


564,869 


681,384 


472,015 


551,769 



294 TRADE AND COMMERCE i 

3-4 EDWARD VII., A. 1904 

ISTo. 16. — Staiement (by Countries) of the Values of tlie Principal Articles 

Exported, &c. — Continued. 



Articles Exported. 


Counti-ie.s. 


1899. 


1900. 1 1901. 


1902. 


1903. 


Wood and manufactures of 
— Con. 
Lumber— Con. 


G. B 


1,292,805 

4,352,511 

407,973 

169,592 

19,876 

35,927 

50,747 

29,576 

4,988 

148,988 

19,031 

18,703 

71,345 

767 

24,445 

3,.S09 

6,355 


1,171,945 

7,331,766 

359,280 

127,582 

40,169 

' " " 21,757 

402 

4,471 

101,484 

" " 50^451 

115,662 

350 

6,290 


$ 

1,552,232 

6,583,287 

189,125 

287,475 

59,038 

59,866 

58,063 

" " U,777 
156,701 


$ 

1,623,888 

9,366,564 

472,718 

236,275 

55,712 

19,002 

51,134 

25,803 

24,047 

125,467 


1 553 587 




U. S 


10 573 616 




Acg. Republic 

Australasia 

Belgium. . 

Brazil 

B. Africa 

B. E. Indies 

B. Guiana 

B. W. Indies. .. 
Cen. Am. States . . 

Chile 

China 

Dan . W. Indie-s. . . 


873,370 

75,123 

24 288 

9,353 

141,268 
64,659 
.32,187 

111,799 




71,345 
65,586 


40,532 
91,089 


109,721 

57,497 

.3,226 




41,919 

2,250 
1,580 

" " 21,423 


5,310 

1,200 

37,383 

" ' 25^680 

24,996 

2,063 

3,935 

9,715 

15,258 


6,076 




F. W. Indies .... 
Germany • .... 


200 




fi.920 


3,400 




Holland . .. 


.3,136! 1-.340 


2 338 




Japan ... 


3,766 

11,573 

673 

3,424 
15,429 


11,900 

20,874 
485 

16,475 
290 

" 14,735 


68,140 
16,579 




Mexico 


3,284 

7,182 
27,762 

" " 7^755 

3,648 

23,200 

3,918 

21,123 

10,866 

4,956 

29,015 

91,468 

1,625 


4,204 




Newfoundland .... 

Peru 

Philippines . . . 
Portugal 


3,171 
63,256 

" " 8',iii 




Portuguese Poss . . 

St. Pierre ... 

Spain 

Sp. Poss. in Africa. 

Uruguay 

U. S. of Colombia. 

West Indies — 
American . ... I 
Cuban / 

O. C 

G. B 

U. S 

Australasia. 

B. W. Indies 

Chile 


15,028 
16,403 

' " " 31 J22 

26,039 

2,382 

87,239 
12,010 


. 2,613 

15,126 

439 

54,484 
74,270 

3«,971 

117,453 

10,322 




11,174 

" " 34^994 

26,568 
1,284 

/ 46,734 

t 88,453 

4,691 


11,922 
326 

13,573 

12,800 

105 

37,747 

119,9.54 

7,250 




6,885,762 


9,618,526 


9,400,469 


12,570,849 


14,008,846 


Laths, palings and pickets. 


19,549 

401,237 

7,591 

620 


25,606 

490,531 

9,048 

2,126 

304 

289 

' ' " 3^564 

/ 

1 

638 


46,618 

538,825 

9,461 

2,644 

291 

621 

3,059 

1,210 

35 
2,473 


19,682 

806,882 

8,346 

654 

136 

1,490 

4 

2,159 


28,188 

1,000,496 

8,424 

574 

590 




Newfoundland . . . 
St. Pierre 


96 

169 

2,068 


910 
25 




Span. Poss. other.. 

West Indies — 
American ... .\ 
Cuban J 

O.C 


1,861 










993 






456 


1,361 61 




4.32,323 


532,106 


605,693 840,714 


1,041,129 



i STATISTICAL AND FINANCIAL STATEMENTS 295 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 10 

No. 16. — Statement (by Countries) of the Values of the Principal Articles 

Exported, &c. — Continued. 



Akticles Exported. 


Countries. 


1899. 


1900. 


1901. 


1902. 


1903. 


Wood and manufactures of : — 
Con. 
Lumber — Con. 

Joists and scantling 


G. B 

U. S 

Arg. Republic 

B. Africa.' . . 


$ 

109,802 
78,414 
41,110 


$ 

108,254 
70,403 
50,300 


$ 

264,698 
86,065 
19,255 


195,013 

156,486 

3,215 

64 


$ 

290,131 

121,393 

18,085 

9,270 










7,785 
826 
233 

2,642 

26 

2,827 
4,898 






B. W. Indies 

Newfoundland .... 

Span. Poss. other. . 

West Indies — 

American 1 

Cuban / 

O.C 


245 

280 
1,806 


2,419 

960 

3,328 

/ 

I 


530 
2,213 
2,956 

473 


453 
5,665 




3,311 


7,015 


6^197 




G. B 








234,968 


235,664 


389,253 


367,965 


451,194 


Staves and headings 


68,913 

448,608 

156 

614 

790 

1,076 

2,660 

3,133 

1,181 


65,641 

475,730 

2,053 

460 

230 

3,027 

1,816 
859 


71,891 

362,470 

2,001 

235 


68,124 
224,092 


43,250 


U. S 


235,062 




Australasia 

B. W. Indies 

Dan. W. Indies. . . 

F. W. Indies 

Newfoundland 

St. Pierre 

0. C 

G. B 

U. S 








168 




1,405 

760 

1,.321 


140 
3,152 
4,129 
1,410 


1,203 
264 
833 

.3,632 










527,131 


549,816 


440,083 


301,047 


284,412 


Lumber, all other, N.E.S. 


116,610 
225,095 


161,447 

389,918 


272,952 
193,146 


196,502 
160,659 


241,139 

275,087 






17,294 




Australasia. . . . 
B. Africa. .... 
B. W. Indies 


507 

70 

3,213 

232 

450 

434 

7,808 

1,759 

10,010 

1,069 

7,334 




4,398 

2,199 

2,801 

376 

3i665 


1^076 

3,682 

' ." 1,350 
1,070 








7,214 
1,225 




28 

290 

6,625 
2,648 


51 




France. 








300 




Holland 

Japan 

Newfoundland .... 

Peru 

St. Pierre 










640 




14,162 


1,411 


2,112 




283 


547 
862 


2,4,30 
6,960 


1,097 




O.C 

G.B 

U. S 

Arg. Republic. . . . 
Australasia 


8,113 




374,59] 


561,239 


494,448 


375,140 


554,272 


Recapitulation. 
Lumber 


13,121,099 

5,968,681 

594,297 

230,664 

62,918 

49,375 

96,268 


12,832,012 

9,145,854 

437,179 

152,563 

75,908 

27,618 

21,757 


12,653,735 

8,379,496 

217,793 

359,460 

142,889 

67,651 

68,226 


11,965,588 

11,303,785 

475,983 

378,047 

82,923 

44,092 

80,279 


13,867,754 

12,503,811 

913,719 

138,579 

38,782 




Brazil. 

B. Africa 


44,147 
236,246 



196 



TRADE AND COMMERCE 



3-4 EDWARD VII., A. 1904 

!N"o. 16. — Statement (by Countries) of the Values of the Principal Articles 

Exported, &c. — Continued. 



Articles Exported. 


Countries. 


1899. 


1900. 


1901. 


1902. 


1903. 


ikVood and manufactures of 




$ 


S 


$ 


S 


S 


— Con. 














Recapitulation — Con. 














Lumber — Con 


B. E. Indies 


29,576 


402 


2,719 


25,803 


64,659 




B. Guiana 


5,1.51 


4,471 


14,777 


24,435 


32,401 




B. W. Indies 


150,537 106,489 


183,871 


130,333 


114,219 




Cen. Am. States... 
Chile 


19,0311 

25,7071 50,755 


71.636 








40,668 


110,311 




China 


75,784, 116,300 


66,005 


91,634 


57,558 




Dan. W. Indies. .. 


1,557, 580 






3,226 




Fran:;e 


393,181 IfiOfifir. 


278,098 
3,655 


208,672 
1,340 


136,928 
1,780 




F. W.Indies 


4,579 






Fr. Poss. in Africa 


42,285 


31,832 


25,993 


27,270 


5,420 




Germany 


28,698 


7,609 


7,851 


38,453 


5,668 




Gibraltar 




8,580 


12,695 
7,683 


12,447 






Holland 


31.77.3 


37,008 
<I..39S 


2,384 




Italy 




15,748 


8,290 






J apan 


ii,574i 18',.525 


21,423 


25,080 


68,780 




Madeira 


11,573 


20,874 




24,996 


18,105 




Mexico 


673 


485 


4,026 


8,203 


10,842 




Newfoundland 


8,219 


25,256 


22,996 


12,201 


7,017 




Peru 


2.5,439 


429 


27,762 


10,815 


63,256 




Philippines 








15,978 






16,548 


54,564 


32,617 


25,584 
2,643 


71,735 




Portuguese Poss . . 
St. Pierre 


15,028 


.5,319 






20,842 


13,273 


28,707 


23,608 


15,641 




Spain 


57,096 


66,436 


150,787 


144,083 


121,868 




S. Poss. in Africa. 


35,596 


42,208 


24,975 


63,249 


25,004 




Uruguay . . . . 


26,106 


26,568 


10,866 


81,061 


12,800 




U. S. of Colombia. 


2,382 


1,284 


4,956 


8,475 


105 




West Indies — 














American . . . .\ 
Cuban j 


87,435 


r 46,751 
\ 88,453 


29,893 


39,444 


37,747 




96,768 


118,519 


121,659 




O. C 


17,626 


4,691 


2,380 


2,280 


8,842 










21,267,298 


23,636,778 


23,043,456 


25,-546,261 


28,860,993 


Shingles 


G. B 


654 




88,782 








U. S 


939,451 


1,109,296 


1,038,035 


1,505,850 


1,596,181 




Australasia 


150 






60 


3 




B. Guiana 


53 


15 




19 


336 




B. W. Indies 


81,811 


19,252 


13,614 


15, .5.33 


10,180 




Dan. W. Indies. . . 


414 


699 


258 





150 




Newfoundland . . 


814 


1,075 


827 


1,275 


538 




St. Pierre 


2,540 


483 


3,081 


1,702 


2,138 




O.C 


474 


686 


1,5.53 


942 


617 




976,361 


1,131,506 


1,146,150 


1,525,386 


1,610,143 


Sleepers and railroad ties? . . . 


G. B 


4,776 


1,899 


8,848 


13,408 


2,634 




U.S 


79,529 


220,007 


143,389 


168,345 


207,814 




O. C 






703 


445 


.500 




84,305 


221,906 


152,940 


182,198 


210,948 



i STATISTICAL AND FINANCIAL STATEMENTS 297 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 10 

No. 16. — Statement (by Countries) of the Values of the Principal Articles 

Exported, &c. — Continued. 



Articles Exported. 


Countries. 


1899. 


1900. 


1901. 


1902. 


1903. 


Wood and manufactures of— 
Con. 
Stave bolts 


U. S 

G B 

U. S . ..... 

Arg. Republic ... 

Australasia 

B. (iuiana 

B. W. Indies 

Dan. W. Indies. . . 

F. W. Indies 

Mexico 


$ 
12,372 


20,673 


7,217 


11,671 


5,337 


Shooks, box and other 


164,976 
36,077 

'887 

' 16^647 
289 
982 


121,713 

59,899 

24 

238 
23,024 


211,420 
95,738 

36 

100 
19,462 


221,402 

62,656 

5,288 

7,768 

.3,762 

26,642 

195 

9 

30,744 

6,599 

5,340 


270,731 

73,604 

15,456 

600 

21 

11,138 




1,699 

29,694 

388 

i',ii6 

" 11^454 
2,114 


2,582 
8,972 
395 
20,000 
1,709 
8,000 
1,756 
6,228 


3,513 
18,233 




Newfoundland 

Portuguese Poss . . 

St. Pierre 

Sp. Poss. in Africa. 

Ui uguay 

0. C 

G. B 

Belgium 

0. C 

G. B 

U. S 


1,330 

577 

1,739 
1,656 


335 

" " 1,692 

29,386 

6,392 

9,071 




225,160 


251,357 


.^76,398 


370,405 


440,172 


Timber, square : — 

Oak 


554,472 

2,420 

700 


404,529 
" 1,079 


314,545 
1,900 

841 

317,286 


355,659 

1,254 


433,694 




447 










557,592 


405,608 


356,913 


434,141 


Pine, white 


1,338,009 
3,169 


1,251,543 

2,041 

873 


905,762 
6,040 


906,747 
10,298 


1,294,716 
9,041 










0. C 

G. B 

U. S 

B. W. Indie.s 

Franco 

Germany 


15,476 


4,650 


6,750 


6,800 




1,356,654 


1,254,457 


916,452 


923,795 


1,310,557 


Timber, square, all other.. 


562,816 
2,712 


562,195 

34,371 

30 

2,911 

60 

1,944 

469 


835,004 
51,090 


467,907 
14,947 


807,048 
7,338 






2,918 
330 
431 

4,364 


4,638 






630 
749 
763 


21 




Newfoimdland .... 
0. C 


1,484 
482 


25 
9,465 




567,494 


601,980 


888,236 


490,897 


828,535 


Total timber, square .... 


2.481,740 


2,262,045 


2,121,974 


1,771,605 


2,573,233 




G. B 

u. s 

0. c 




Wood for wood pulp 


28,099 

809,795 

4,192 


38,370 

864,077 

325 


32,198 
1,364,821 


120,445 
1,194,593 




1,558,560 














842,086 


902,772 


1,397,019 


1,315,038 


1,558,560 



298 



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3-4 EDWARD VII., A. 1904 

"No. 16. — Statement (by Countries) of the Values of the Principal Articles 

Exported, &c. — Continued. 



Abticles Exported. 


Countries. 


1899. 


1900. 


1901. 


1902. 


1903. 


Wood and manufactures of — 
Con. 
Wood, all other, N. E. S., 
unmanufactured 


G. B 

U. S 

B. Africa 


35,188 
279,639 


S 

56,175 

352,142 

1,7.30 

1,807 


378,033 

301,408 

3,051 

2,522 


47,613 
421,771 
1,419 
2,028 
200 
2,8.50 
5,080 


S 

24,977 

364,077 

7,051 




B. W. Indies 

China 

France 

Germany 

.Japan 

Mexico 

Newfoundland .... 

Pei-u 

Philippines .... 

St. Pierre 

O.C 


1,683 

16,601 

1,414 

48 

100 

12,472 

972 

18,559 

" " 2J89 
2,408 


2,173 




1,219 

" " 10^202 

2,090 

19,698 

" " l',282 
2,166 


980 
7,8.56 
1,368 
2,200 
1,380 

300 

' 1^807 
1,087 


3,832 
9,957 










2,437 
27,395 

'2^696 

3,960 


1,958 




4,758 
3,093 

7,378 




371,873 

28.00.3,498 


448,511 


701,992 


516,843 


429,254 


Total wood, unmanufactured 


29,815,834 


30,155,636 


31,997,115 


36,313,783 




G. B 




Wood, manufactured : — 


271,883 
24,588 
23,545 

6,228 
368 


238,730 

48,750 

57.496 

2,335 

33 

4,093 

53 

26,523 

28 

4,582 


163,655 

20,143 

20,525 

3,410 

' 30 

3,167 

4,779 


184,796 
20,580 
25,528 
18,450 

"•' 8,122 

24,559 

89 

3,152 


228,684 




U. S 


31,326 




Australasia 

B. Africa 

B. E. Indies 

B. Guiana 

B. \V. Indies 


27,648 

51,744 

35 

395 




3,861 

47 

23,470 

29 

2,471 


9,486 




Newfoundland . . . 
St. Pierre 


18,404 
126 




0. C 

G. B 


10,245 




356,490 


332,623 


241,826 


285,276 


378,093 


Doors, sashes and blinds. . 


360, .^92 
449 
7,387 
5,7.55 
18 
1,733 
2,272 


287,602 

261 

1.754 

9,030 

40 

635 

37 


164,903 

20,893 

44 

6,913 

42 

1,300 

73 


231,770 

10,190 

1,011 

59,088 

35 

45 

1,548 


249,351 




U. S 


22,313 




Australasia 

B. Africa 

B. W. Indies 

Newfoundland 

0. C 

G. B 


97 

58,296 

66 

176 

1,677 




378,206 


299,359 


194,168 


303,687 


331,976 


Matches and match splints 


253,867 
2,591 
709 
303 
331 
180 


78,969 

20,814 

637 

171 

375 

2,995 


81,387 

5,012 

1,034 

434 

530 

733 


45,887 
442 
845 
158 
181 
4,191 


110,117 




U. S 

B. W. Indies .... 

Newfoundland 

St. Pierre 


604 
678 
318 
247 




O.C 


84 




257,981 


103,961 


89,130 


51,704 


112,048 



i STATISTICAL AND FINANCIAL STATEMENTS 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 10 

No. 16. — Statement (by Countries) of the Values of the Principal Articles 

Exported, &c. — Continued. 



299 



Articles Exported. 


Countries. 


1899. 


1900. 


1901. 


1902. 


1903. 


Wood and manufactures of 
— Con. 
Wood, manufactured— Con- 
Wood pulp 


G. B 

U. S 

Australasia 

T5elgium 


$ 

671,704 
578,329 


$ 

562,178 
1,193,753 

19", 603 

2.5,066 

5,.S13 

3,421 

6,005 

677 


934,722 
937,330 
12,102 
15,362 
10,380 
18,736 
7,655 


818,580 

1,170.408 

2,094 

9,199 

40,965 


$ 

1,129,173 

1,795,768 

719 

217,470 






20 
" ' 21^027 


200 




Germany 

.Japan 


25 

7,58b 










O.C 

G. B 

U. S.. ........ 

Australasia. 

Bel^um 

B. Africa 

B. E. Indies 


3,296 


1,959 


5,160 










1,274,376 


1,816,016 


1,938,246 


2,046,406 


3,150,943 


All other manufactures of 
wood, N.E.S 


470,021 

99,819 

6,405 

1,290 

2,992 


367,984 

154,531 

18,451 

275 

5,770 


339,394 

111,156 

58,491 

2,597 

2,284 

300 

947 

6,225 

253 

2,971 

12,905 

2,080 

483 
2,215 


384,967 

90,828 

31,490 

2,447 

6,495 

1,085 

7,628 

582 

688 

19,342 

2,040 


375,851 

143,510 

17,594 

152 

5,345 




B. Guiana 

B. V/. Indies 

Denn;ark 

France 


492 

3,683 

1,137 

3,857 

5,068 

12,217 

532 

470 

2,096 


528 

5,355 

395 

825 

1,758 

20,310 

470 

900 

2,826 


1,684 

10,638 

56 

579 




Germany 


917 




Newfoundland .... 


14,329 

2,497 




U. S. of Colombia . 
O.C .. 

G. B 

u. s 

Arg. Republic 

Australasia 

Belgium 

Brazil 

B. Africa 






2,423 


8,021 




610,079 


580,378 


542,301 


550,015 


581,173 


Total wood, manufactured . . 


2,877,132 


3,182,337 


3,005^71 


3,237,088 


4,554,233 


Recapitulation. 
Wood and manufactures of ... . 


17,842,917 

10,574,447 

594,734 

270,032 

77,924 

49,375 

115,023 

30,021 

5,853 

208,949 

25,707 

92,701 

1,137 

2,284 

49 

399,898 

6,801 

42,285 

38,024 


16,820,742 

14,149,709 

437,561 

230,288 

95,786 

27,882 

40,667 

402 

5,285 

160,727 

50,755 

116,930 

395 

1,528 


17,556,825 

13,224,971 

217,793 

462,375 

170,020 

68,847 

84,051 

8,299 

15,929 

229,937 

71,636 

66,051 


15,786,342 

16,723,229 

481,271 

438,376 

102,879 

44,092 

169,721 

26,103 

26,704 

172,816 

41,168 

93,147 


18,824,-525 
18,911,924 
929,175 
185,376 
257,312 
44,147 
362,233 




B. E. Indies 

B. Guiana 

B. W. Indies 

Chile 


64,694 

35,127 

159,127 

113,755 




China 

Denmark 


57,934 
56 




Dan. W. Indies. . . 

Egypt 

France . . . . 

F. W. Indies 

Fr. Poss. in Africa. 

Germany 

Gibraltar 


258 

549 

289,967 

7,129 

25,993 

39,060 

12,695 

78 


43 

1,644 
258,857 

5,221 
27,270 
45,394 
12,447 


3,391 
97 




193,665 

3,255 

31,832 

15,553 

8, .580 

'37.606 

9,398 

21,946 


146,204 

6,909 

5,420 

21,776 












Hayti 


200 
31,813 








Holland 


8,017 
17,663 
30,471 


1,023 

10,586 
25,150 


4,423 




Italy 


337 




Japan 


36,819 


76,831 



300 



TRADE AND COMMERCE 



3-4 EDWARD VII,, A. 1904 

Xo. 16. — Statement (by Countries) of the Values of the Principal Articles 

Exported, &c. — Continued. 



Akticles Exported. 


Countries. 


1899. 


1900. 


1901. 


1902. 1903. 


Becapitulation — Con. 

Wood and manufactures of 
— Con 


Madeira 


11,573 
17,804 
51,242 
136 
44,314 

" " 16,548 
15,028 
28,392 
57,096 
35,596 
27,845 
2,852 

88,370 
36,841 


s 

20,874 
48,268 


S 


i 
25,146 18,164 

^.^i 187 99 07.5 




Newfoundland 

Norway & Sweden. 

Peru. ' 

Philippines 

Portugal 

Portuguese Poss . . 

St. Pierre 

Spain 


78,832 67!i03; ei'oie 43^545 

1 i 




22,342 28,062 
1 


41,810! 63,256 
15,978 4,758 
25,584 72, .556 
3,118 2,349 
33,645 25,637 
146,378 121.868 




56,092i 32,617 

1 26,131 

17,139; 38,228 
66,436; 1.51.273 




S. Poss. in Africa.. 

Uruguay 

U. S. of Colombia. 

West Indies — 
American ... \ 
Cuban J 

0. C 

G. B 

U. S 

Newfoundland . . . 
0. C 


42,208 

38,022 

2,319 

f 50,107 

\ 90,332 

4,708 


32,975 

12,622 

5,751 

30,028 
98,420 
14,240 


94,143 

87,660 

8,475 

40,647 

119,368 

2,535 


61,003 

19,242 

126 

38,4.32 

130,198 

27,034 




30,880,630 


32,998,171 


33,161,357 35,234,203 


40,868,016 


Wool and mfrs. of— 

Wool, raw 


9,350 
3,618 

781 
852 


48,129 

371,378 

837 

432 


19,3401 12,575 

177,296' 288,602 

945' 1,000 

: 68 


39,229 

343,103 

543 




G. B 

U.S.... 

Australasia 

B. Africa 




1 




14,601 


420,776 


197,581 


302,245 382,935 


Manufactures of wool, N.E.S 


10,213 

9,209 

147 


27,679 
7,195 

8,275 

980 

660 

296 

14,315 

2,390 


. 12,399 

48,589 

1,377 

9il 

63i 

9,074 
3,575 


43,367 

17,670 

3,309 

688 


21,354 

19,375 

4,082 

646 




B. W. Indies 

France.. . . 

Germany 

Newfoundland .... 
O. C 

G. B. 


304 

769 

1,006 

15,090 

517 


955| 972 

100 1 94 

l,510l 1,742 

13,729 15,830 

161 127 




37,255 


61,790 


76,556 


81,489 64,222 


Recapitulation. 


19,563 

12,827 

147 


75,808 
378,573 


31,739 


.5.5.942 


60,583 




U. S .... 

Australasia 

B. Africa 


225,885' 306^272 
1,377 3,309 

688 

911 1 9.55 

.... 1 100 


362,-538 
4,082 




8,275 
980 
745 


646 




B. W. Indies 

France 


304 
999 


972 
94 




Germany 


1,057 643' 6.'?1 


1,510 

14,729 

229 


1,742 




Newfoundland 

O.C 


15.871 
1,088 


15,152 
2,390 


10,019 
3,575 


16,373 
127 




51,856 

1 


482,566 


274,137 


383,734 


447,157 



i STATISTICAL AND FINANCIAL STATEMENTS 301 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 10 

No, 16. — Statement (by Countries) of the Values of the Principal Articles 
Exported, &c. — Concluded. 



Articles Exported. 


Countries. 


1899. 


1900. 


1901 


1902. 


1903. 


Coin and bullion 


G. B 

U.S 

B. W. Indies 

China 


$ 

4,874 
4,011,151 


400 
8,656,118 


1,975^389 


$ 

2,000 

1,635,452 

24,333 


$ 

223 
573,955 




100 




Japan 

Newfoundland 




650 


3',100 


7^637 


35 

5,650 

40,000 




St. Pierre. 






4,016,025 


8,657,168 


1,978,489 


1,669,422 


619,963 



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3-4 EDWARD Vll., A. 1904 

jfo. 17. — Statement of the Values of the Principal and Other Articles entered for Con- 
1899 to 1903, inclusive, showing in each case the portion taken from Great Bri- 

Abbkevlvtions.— G. B., Great Britain ; 



Articles. 


0) 

•s 

1 

o 




Value, 1899 




V^alue, 1900. 




Dutiable. 


Free. 


Total. 


Dutiable. 


Free. 


Total. 


Ale, beer, porter and ginger 
ale 


G. B.. 

u. s . 
0. c. 

G. B.. 

u. s.. 
0. c. 

G. B.. 
U.S.. 
O. C.. 


§ 

100,289 

72,860 

269 


•S 


100,289 

72,860 

269 


S 

106,973 

95,751 

739 


S 


S 

106,973 

9.0,751 

739 


Totals 


173,418 




173,418 


203,463 


203,463 


Animals, living : — 
Homed cattle 


31,278 
10 


18,579 
23,125 


18,579 

54,403 

10 


500 
67,315 


54,358 
47,165 


54,858 
114,480 


Totals 


31,288 


41,704 


72,992 


67,815 


101,523 


169,338 


Horses 


413^064 


29,397 
101,065 


29,397 
514,129 


239 
336,792 


46,573 
116,657 


46,812 
453,449 






1 1 


Totals 


413,064 


130,462 


543, .526 


337,031 


163,230 


500,261 




G. B.. 
U.S.. 
O.C. 

G. B.. 
U.S.. 
0. c. 




Sheep 


" " 86,701 


5,762 
1,290 


5,762 
87,991 


99^590 


16,697 
2,415 


16,697 
102,005 




86,701 


7,052 


93,753 


99,590 


19,112 


118,702 


Other 


28 

52,866 

352 


4,182 

10,273 

75 


4,210 

63,139 

427 


38 

42,386 

164 


2,407 

8,161 

60 


2,445 

50,547 

224 


Totals 


53,246 

28 

583,909 

362 


14, .530 


67,776 


42,588 


10,628 


53,216 




G.B.. 

U.S.. 
O.C. 

G. B.. 

u. s. . 




Recapitulation, animcUs 


57,920 

135,753 

75 


57,948 

719,662 

437 


777 

546,083 

164 


120,035 

174,398 

60 


120,812 

720,481 

224 


Grand totals 


584,299 


193,748 


778,047 


547,024 


294,493 


841,517 


Articles for use of the army 
and navy . 




382,625 
6,184 

285 


382,625 
6,184 

285 




550,282 

46,961 

608 


550,282 
46,961 




O.C. 

G. B.. 

U. S.. 




608 


Totals . 


389,094 


389,094 




597,851 


597,851 








Articles for the use of the 




190,543 

1 656,768 

12,054 


190,543 

656,768 

12,054 


306,427 

376,296 

30,084 


306,427 






376,296 




O.C. 




30,0.-<4 


Totals 




859,365 


859,365 




712,807 


712,807 




G. B.. 

U.S.. 
O.C. 




Asphaltum or asphalt 




57^9ii 

37,889 


57>il 

37,889 




485 

64,330 

3,933 

68,748 


485 
64,330 






3,933 










Totals 




95,800 


95,800 




68,748 











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SESSIONAL PAPER No. 10 



303 



sumption in Canada (both Dutiable and Free) during the Fiscal Years ended June 30, 
tain, the United States and all Other Countries. (From Canadian Returns.) 

U. S., United States ; O. C, Other Countries. 





Value, 1901. 


Value, 1902. 


Value, 1903. 


Dutiable. 


Free. 


Total. 


Dutiable. 


Free. 


Total. 


Dutiable. 


Free. 


Total. 


103,768 
86,079 


$ 


$ 

103,708 

86,079 

743 


$ 

118,552 

95,310 

1,082 


% 


118,552 

95,310 

1,682 


116,808 

141,108 

1,360 





116,808 

141,108 

1,360 


743 










190,590 




190,590 


215, .544 




215,.544 


259.276 




259,276 








86,906 
23,218 


86,906 
205,445 




59,885 
.54,690 


59,885 
188,407 


49 
472,689 


71,017 

88,221 


71,066 
560,910 


182,227 


133,717 




















182,227 


110,124 


292,351 


133,717 


114,575 


248,292 


472,738 


159,238 


631,976 


955 
263,216 

7 


64,898 
89,839 


05,853 
353,055 

7 


58 
537,470 


38,625 
189,238 


38,683 
726,708 


"'790^09 


112,737 

507,330 

16,204 


112,737 

1,297,499 

16,204 












264,178 


154,737 


418,915 


537,528 


227,863 


705,391 


790,109 


636,331 


1,420,500 




12,990 
810 


12,990 
160,314 


357,927 


11,464 
1,519 
1,.340 

14,323 


11,464 

359,446 

1,340 


206^ 856 


1,420 
2,194 


1,420 
209,050 


159,501 














159,504 


13,800 


173,304 


357,927 


372,250 


200,856 


3,614 


210,470 


177 
19,.305 


2,194 

13,.504 

290 

15,988 


2,371 

32,809 

290 


620 
.35,196 


4,941 

11,914 

754 


5, .561 
47,110 

754 


258 

37,482 

116 


2.3,898 

10,480 

500 


24,156 

47,902 

616 






19,482 


35,470 


.35,816 


17,009 


53,425 

11.5,.593 

1,321,071 

2,094 


37,856 


34,878 


72,734 


1,132 
624,252 

7 


166,988 

127,371 

290 


168,120 

751,623 

297 


078 
1,064,310 


114,915 

257,361 

2,094 


307 
1.507,196 

lie 


209,072 

608,225 

10,704 


209,379 
2,115,421 

10,880 


625,391 


294,649 


920,040 


1,064,988 


374,370 


1,439,3,58 


1,507,019 


834,001 


2,341,680 




597,078 

34,410 

2,291 


597,078 

34,410 

2,291 




460,392 

57,707 

1,492 


400,392 

57,707 

1,492 




70,728 

19,708 

1,074 


70,728 
19,768 






1,074 










6.33,779 


633,779 




525,591 


525,591 




91,570 


91,570 








474,127 
1,092,198 

84,488 


474,127 
1,092,198 

84,488 




710,823 

1,871,781 

25,990 


710,823 

1,871,781 

25,990 




855,527 
380,102 
170,098 


855,527 
380,102 






170,098 




1,650,813 


1,650,813 




2,608,600 


2,008,000 




1,411,727 


1,411,727 










9 

61,328 

6,250 


9 

61,328 

6,250 


















91,416 
10,901 


91,410 
10,901 




89,928 
o,118 

96,040 


89,928 






6,118 




67,587 


67,587 




102,317 


102,317 




90,046 







. 





304 TRADE AND COMMERCE i 

3-4 EDWARD VII., A. 1904 
No. 17. — Statement of the Values of the Principal and Other 



Articles. 


o5 

6 


Value, 1899. 


Value, 1900. 


Dutiable. 


Free. 


Total. 


Dutiable. 


Free. 


Total. 


Baking powder 


G. B.. 

U.S.. 
0. c. 


49^ 
93,155 


s 


$ 

498 
93,155 


1,002 
103,999 


$ 


1,002 
103,999 
















Totals 


93,653 




93,653 


105,001 




105,001 




G. B.. 
U. S.. 
0. C. 




Bells, all kinds 


2,044 

18,263 

395 


2,982 

11,891 

4,292 


5,026 

30,154 

4,687 


540 

20,168 

198 


6,830 

24,582 

6,547 


7 370 




44,750 
6,745 


Totals 


20,702 


19,165 


39,867 


20,906 


37,959 


58,865 




G. B.. 

U.S.. 
0. c.. 


Belts of all kinds 


21,716 

28,378 

3,247 

53,341 




21,716 

28,378 

3,247 


21,546 

22,776 

9,380 




21,546 






22,776 
9,380 








Totals 




53,341 


53,702 


53,702 




G. R.. 






Belts, surgical, or truss and 


2,146 

11,995 

294 




2,146 

11,995 

294 


1,455 

14,885 

678 




1,455 


suspensory bandages of alllTT. S.. 




14,885 
678 




0. G.. 

G. B.. 

U.S.. 

0. c.. 

G. B.. 

U.S.. 

0. c.. 

G. B.. 

U.S.. 
0. 0.. 

G. B.. 

U.S.. 

0. c.. 

G. B.. 

U.S.. 
0. c. 










Totals 


14,435 




14,435 


17,018 




17,018 








Billiard tables 


234 

2,666 





234 

2,666 


2,777 
4,357 




2,777 
4,357 










Totals 


2,900 




2,900 


7,134 





7,134 


Blacking, shoe and shoe- 


4,416 

20,150 

2,991 




4,416 

20,150 

2,991 


2,033 

17,823 

1,903 




2.033 




17,823 









1,903 








Totals 


27,557 




27,557 


21,759 




21,759 










Blueing, laundry, all kinds . . 


18,371 
2,540 




18,371 
2,540 


14,200 

2,214 

123 




14,200 
2,214 






123 








Totals ... . 


20,911 




20,911 


16,537 




16,537 










Bone and manufactures of 


9,066 
11,774 

1,389 


' 10,329 
459 


9,066 
22,103 

1,848 


22,006 

11,327 

3,756 


125 

15,298 

3,560 

18,983 


22,131 

26,625 
7,316 


Totals 


22,229 


10,788 


33,017 


37,089 


56,072 


Books, periodicals, &c., pam- 
phlets, &c. 


222,442 

695,134 

59,083 


157,818 

270,152 

42,492 


380,260 
96.5,280 
101,575 


203,167 

729,099 

64,122 


133,528 

365,920 

66,248 


336,695 

1,095,019 

130, b70 


Totals 


976,659 


470,462 


1,447,121 


996,388 


565,696 


1,562,084 



i STATISTICAL AND FINANCIAL STATEMENTS 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 10 
Articles entered for Consumption in Canada, &c. — Oontinued. 



305 



Value, 1901. 


Value, 1902. 




Value, 1903. 


Dutiable. 


Free. S Total. 


Dutiable. 


Free 


( 

Total. 


Dutiable. 


Free. 


Total. 


$ 

185 
101,416 


$ 


1 
1 
j $ 

185 
101,416 


127 
93.582 


i 


'$ 

127 
93,582 


90 
107,480 


$ 


1 

90 
107,480 


2 


2 :... 






101,603 




101,603 


93,709 




93,709 


107,570 




107,570 










4,238 

16,390 

511 


6,614 
14,990 
14,273 


10,852 
31,380 
14,784 


1,134 
23,944 

728 


13,572 
24,436 
21,742 


14,706 
48,380 
22,470 


553 

27,389 

508 

28,510 


3,879 

24.862 

9,084 


4,432 

52,251 

9,652 


21,139 


35,877 


57,016 


25,806 


59,750 


85,556 


37,825 


66,335 


13,406 




13,406 

23,961 

6,299 


14,134 
29,923 





14,134 

29,923 

6,124 


12,711 

39,400 
5,210 




12 711 


23,961 






39,400 
5 210 


6,299 


6,124 


















43,666 




43,666 


50,181 




50,181 


57,321 




57 321 








960 




960 

16,520 

529 


1,056 
14,634 

688 




1,056 
14,634 

088 


1,978 
22,454 




1,978 
22,454 


16,520 








529 




848 










1 


18,009 




18,009 


10. .'578 




16,378 


25,280 




25 280 














1,696 




1,696 

4,558 


2,082 
7.048 




2,082 

7,048 

28 


8,220 
12,302 




8,220 


4,558 




12,302 


135 




135 28 



















6,389 




6, .389 


9,158 




9,158 


20,522 




20,522 








2,315 
17,981 




2,315 

17,981 

905 


1,590 

17,881 

4,019 




1,590 

17,881 

4,019 


1,731 

17,529 




1,731 

17, .529 


905 






2,076 




2,076 


21,261 




21,261 

18,422 

2,407 

167 


23,490 




23,490 


21,336 




21,336 








18,422 


15,293 

2,692 
50 




15,293 

2,692 

5(i 


19,802 

2,762 

445 




19,802 

2 762 


2,407 






167 






445 






1 ■ ! 1 






20,996 




20,996; 18,041 


1 


18,041 


23,009 




23,009 






1 


1 




3,297 
6,491 
4,322 


48 
2,066 

725 


3,345 1,628 
8,557 6,506 
5,047 2,215 


59 

7,769 

388 


1,687 

14,275 

2,003 




227 

45,568 

135 


227 

45,568 

135 


14,110 


2,839 


10,949 10,349 


8,216 


18,505 




45,930 


45,930 


228,885 

790,827 

69,656 


162,540 

349,0291 

62,802 


1 

391,425 

1139,856 

132,458 


194,645! 

823,057 

67,431 


156,.507 

355,603 

64,424 


351,152 

1,178,060 

131,855 


235,293 

947,435 

87,664 


186,922 

414,538 

81,980 


422,215 

1,301,973 

109,044 


1,089,368 


574,371 


1,603,739 


l,085,133j 576,534 


1,661,607 


1,270,392 


683,440 


1,953,832 



10— i— 20 



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No. 17. — Statement of the Values of the Principal and Other 





a: 

*^ 

C 
3 
O 

o 


Value, 1899. 


Value, 1900. 


Akticle-s. 


Dutiable. 


Free. 


Total. 


Dutiable. 


1 
Free. 


Total. 


Boot, slioe and btay laces of all 
kinds. 


G. B.. 
U. K. 
0. C. . 

G. B.. 

u. s . 

0. G. 

G. B.. 
IT. S . 

0. c. 

G. B.. 
U.S. 
0. c. 

U.S. 
0. c. 

G. B.. 

u. s. 
0. c. 

G. B.. 

u. s. 
0. c. 


40,9571 

8,440 

15,795 


$ 

1 

1 


40,957 
8,440 


$ 

45,378 

8.S42 


S 


45,.378 

8,842 


1 


15,795 lij20 




11,120 


Totals 


65,192 65,192 65,340 




65,340 






Braces and suspenders 


30,250 

40,032 

2,691 




30,250 27,364 

40,032 34,619 

2,691 3,065 




27,364 






34,619 






3,065 






' 1 




Totals 


72,973 


72,973i 65,048! 


65,048 


Breadstuffs :— 
ArrowToot ana tajiioca 


21.525 

4,657 

13,777 


21,525| 16,734 

4,657 8,218 

13,777 25,398 

r 




16,734 

8,218 

25,398 












Totals 


39,959 ... .... 


39,959 


50,350 


50,350 

7.612 




9,476 

27,862 
747 




9,476 

27,862 

747 


7,612 






27,332 
666 

.3.5.610 


1 27,332 






! 666 

1 


Tntal'> 


38,085 


38,085 




35,610 








Corn, Indian (including ensil- 


218,163 


8,966,890 9,185,053 175,515 
351 35 . 

1 


6,961,970 7,137,485 




218,163 






Totals 


8,966,925 


9,185,088 


175,515 


6,961,970 


7,137,485 


Wheat 










21,542 
5 




21,542 
5 


15,770 


15,770 























'T^fnlq 


21,547 




21,547 


15,770 




15,770 










161 

196,(t >7 

<) 


161 


36 




36 




196,007! 167,959 
9' 20 




167,939 

20 


Totals 


196,177 

1 


196,177 


167,995 




167,995 








Other 


a. B.. 


99,1.52 

476,693 3,448 
3.52,311 


99,152 
480,141 
352,311 


231,912 
505,898 
211,394 




231,912 




u. s 
0. c. 


4,189 


510,087 
211,394 


Totals 


928,156 


3,448 


931,604 


949,204 


4,189; 953,393 




G. B. 

LJ. S 

0. c. 


1 


Recapitulation, breadstuffs 


130,.314! 

944, »24 8,970,3.38 
366,8491 35 


130,314 

9,915,262 

366,884 


256.294 
900, 67i; 
237,478 


' '6,966^159 


256,294 

7,866,831 

237,478 










Grand totals 


1,442,087 


8,970,373 


10,412,460 


1,394,444 


6,966,1.59 8..360,603 



i STATISTICAL AND FINANCIAL STATEMENTS 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 10 
Articles entered for Consumption in Canada, &c. — Continued. 



307 



Value, 1901. 


Value, 1902. 


Value, 1903. 


Dutiable. 


Free. 


Total. 


Dutiable. 


1 

Free. 


Total. 


Dutiable. 


Free. 


Total. 


s 

61,596 
10,553 


$ 


61,590 
10,553 


$ 

64,814 
7,879 


$ 


$ 

64,814 

7.878 


62,678 

8,144 

19,943 


$ 


$ 

62,678 

8,144 

19,943 


11,935 


11,935! 22.,s95 


1 22,895 










95,588 




84,084 




84,081 




95,588 


90,765 




90,765 


32,726 




32,726 


35.02.S 




35,023 

54,860 

3,524 


35,063 

63,712 

553 


1 


35,063 
63,712 


36,218 


36,218, 54,866 






1,988 




1,988 3,524 




1 








1 




70,932 




70,932 


03,413 




93, 413 j 99,328 




99,328 


26,529 




26,529 

4,641 

26,941 


27,309 

3,921 

36,079 




27,309 

3,921 

36,079 

67,309 


13,680 

3,072 

43,751 




13,680 

3,072 

43,751 


4,641 




26,941 












58,111 




58,111 


67,309 




60,503 




60,503 


10,083 




10,083 

17,814 

974 


9,939 

17,078 

977 





9,939 

17,078 

977 

27,994 


13,245 

18,863 

1,547 




13,245 

18,863 

1,547 


17,814 
974 




28,871 




28.871 


27,994 




.^s r.fi.'s 




33,655 




'''-' 






162,677 


6,484,181 
346 


6,646,858 
346 


286,993 


2,480,397 


2,767,390 


480,602 


3,250,329 


3,730,931 


162,677 


6,484,527 


6,617,204 


286,993 


2,480,397 


2,767,390 


480,602 


3,250,-329 


3,730,931 






6iJ9i4 


891407 












61,914 




89,407 


57,794 




57 794 


1 




1 
























61,915 




61,915 


89,407 




89,407 


57,794 




57,794 


503 


503 
145,492 

6 


116 

144,714 
20 




116 

144,714 

20 








145,492 






115,279 




115,279 


6 














146,001 




146,001 


144,850 




144,^50 


115,279 




115,279 






155,643 
551,700 
416,899 


41 
4,111 


155,684 
555,811 
416,899 


126,894 
678,108 
380,100 


30 

5,609 

30 


126,930' 
083,717 
380,130 


269,795 
745,151 
435,610 


43 

7,375 


269,838 . 

752,526 

435,610 








1,124,242 


4,152 1,128,394 


1,185,102 


5,675 


1,190,777 


1,450,556 


7,418 


1,457,974 


192,758 
944,238 
444,821 


41 

6,488,292 

346 


192,799 

7,432,530 

44.5,167 


104,258 

1,220,221 

417,176| 


36 

2,486,006 
30 


164,294 

3,706,227 

417,206 


296,720 

1,420,761 

480,908 

2,198,389 


43 
3,257,704 


296,763 

4,678,465 

480,908 


1,581,817 


6,488,679^ 8,070, 496J 


1,801,655! 


2,486,072 


4,287,727 


3,257,747 


5,456,136 



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TRADE AND COMMERCE i 

3-4 EDWARD VII., A. 1904 
No. 17. — Statement of the Values of the Principal and Other 





.2 
c 

6 


Value, 1899 






Value, 1900. 


Articles. 


Dutiable. 


Free. 


Total. 


Dutiable. 


Free. 


Total. 


Bricks, claj's and tiles 


Ci. B.. 
U. S. 

0. c. 

G B. 


$ 

26,708 

101,341 

193 


S 

103,964 

109,453 

2,095 


130,672 
210,794 

2,288 


S 

27,927i 

117,690 

297 


S 

141,603 
324,758 

883 


S 

169,530 

442,448 

1,180 


Totals 


128,242 


21.5,512 


343,754 


145,914 


467,244 


613,1.58 


Bristles 




1 
25,009| 
35,032 
14,099 


25,009 
35,032 
14,099 


29,6.56 
.37,347 
17,102 


29,656 


u. s. 
0. c. 






.37,347 
17,102 




G. B. 

u. s. 
0. c. 

G. B. 

u. s. 
o. c. 






Totals 




74,140 


74,140 




84,105 


84,105 








British giini, dextrine, sizing 
cream and enamel sizing. 


4,694 

25,262 

3,641 




4,694 

25,262 

3,641 


5,928 

30,742 

7,102 




5,928 




30,742 




7,102 


Totals 


33,597 


33,597 


43,772 




43,772 


Brooms and brushes 


15,533 
65,585 
78,944 




15,533 
65,585 
78,944 


16,023 
83,443 
92,281 




16,023 
83,443 








92,281 








Totals 


160,062 


■■ 


160,062 


191,747 




191,747 




G. B. 
U. S. 

c 






Broom corn 




102 

108,149 


102 
108,149 




8,974 

125,360 

50 


8,974 




125,360 








50 
















Totals 




108,251 


108,251 




134,384 


134,384 




G. B. 
U. S. 
0. C. 






Buttons, all kinds. . 


30,705 
71,931 
47,106 




30,705 
74,512 
48,246 


33,012 
86,548 
65,997 


1 

4.210 

30 


33,013 


2,581 
1,140 


90,758 
66,027 


Totals 


149,742 


3,721 


l."'3,463 


18.5,557 


4,241 


189,798 




G. B. 

u. s. 
0. c. 






8,638 

71,472 

1,1.34 




8,638 

71,472 

1,134 


11,140 

51,355 

1,101 




11,140 








1 51,355 






1,101 








Totals 


81,244 


81,244 


63,596 




63,596 




G. B. 

u. s. 
o. c. 






Carpets, squares, mats, rugs, 
N.E.S. 


121,936 

36,317 

1 39,410 




121,9.36 
36,317 
39,410 


190,104 
35,012 
57,072 




190,104 
35,012 




57,072 








Totals 


197,663 




197,663 


282,188 




282,188 




G. B. 

,u. s. 
o. c. 


1 


Carriages, all kinds 


17,378 

1,318,789 

31,558 




17,.378 
, 1,318,789 
1 31,558 


8,147 

1,325,407 

71,913 




8,147 




1,325,407 
71,913 




. . 












Totals 


1,.367,72.' 




1,-367,725 


1,405,467 

1 


1,405,467 



I STATISTICAL AND FINANCIAL STATEMENTS 309 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 10 
Articles entered for Consumption in Canada, &c. — Continued. 



Value, 1901. 


Value, 1902. 


Value, 1903. 


Dutiable. 


Free. 


Total. 


Dutiable. 


Free. 


Total. 


Dutiable. 


Free. Total. 


• $ 

23,987 

108,902 

454 


$ 

97,290 

443,999 

18,423 


121,277 
,5.52,901 

18,877 

693,055 


$ 

30,181 

141,440 

660 


$ 

112,620 

356,858 

159 


$ 

142,801 

498,298 

819 


30,843 

125,811 

1,129 


$ 

190,529 

879,626 

89,055 


221,372 

505,437 

90,184 


133,313 


559,712 


172,281 


469,637 


641,918 


157,783 


659,210 

46,263 

42,454 

3 K71 


816,993 




30,201 30,201 

23,170i 23,170 

7,320l 7,.320 




26,340 

38,689 
13,891 


26,340 
38,689 
13,891 




46,263 






42,454 








3,671 






j ' 




60,691 


60,691 

7,279 

29,490 

9,972 

46,741 




78,920 


78,920 




92,388 


92,388 






7,279 




6, .345 
33,580 
13,397 




6,345 
33,580 
13,397 


5,191 
49,082 
12,749 




5,191 


29,490 
9,972 






49,082 
12,749 












46,741 




53,322 




53,322 


67.022 




67,022 








i 




16,058 




16,058 
79,496 
94, .581 


19,437 

96,876 

111,013 




19,437 18.8.59 




18,859 
115,139 
113,548 


79,496 
94,581 




96,876 
111.013 


115,139 
113,548 







! ' 






190,135 




190,135 


227,326 




227,326 


247,546 




247, .546 




























209,440 


209,440 
2,597 




202,487; 202,487 




165,231 


165,231 


■ 


2,597 












! 


! 






212,037 


212,037 




202,487 202,487 




165,231 


165,231 


30,352 
85,181 
61,8.57 


1,117 
1,470 
1,046 


31,469 
86,657 
62,903 


36,951 
86,619 
95,392 


521 37,472 

2,815^ 89,434 

883 9&,275 


48,890 
110,167 
167,124 


458 
2,606 
1,614 


49,348 
112,773 

168,738 


177,390 


3,C39 


181,029 


218,962 


4,219 


223,181 


326,181 
13.449 


4,678 330,859 


12,031 




12,031 

91,315 

1,743 


11,255 

86,282 
3,957 




11,255 




13,449 


91,315 




86,282 81.310 




81,310 


1,743 




3,957 


1,088 




1,088 


105,089 




105,089 

215,634 
21,137 
52,611 


101,494 




101,494 


95,847 




95,847 








215,634 




213,136 
27,024 

.58,769 




213,136 

27,024 
58,769 


135,784 
34,313 
75,666 




135,784 


21,137 






34,313 


52,611 




75,666 








289,382 




289,382 


298,929 




298,929 


245,763 




245,763 






27,614 




27,614 

1,033,805 

49,235 

1,110,654 


16,510 

1,347,792 

56,963 





16,510 

1,347,792 

56,963 


21,211 

1,088,854 
83,233 




21,211 


1,033,805 




1,088,854 


49,235 




83,233 








1,110,654 




1,421,265 




1,421,265 


1,193,298 




1,193,298 












310 TRADE AND COMMERCE j 

3-4 EDWARD VII., A. 1904 
!N'o. 17.— Statement of the Values of the Principal and Other 





3 
o 
O 


Value, 1899. 


Value, 1900. 




Dutiable. 


Free. 


Total. 


Dutiable. 


Free. 


Total. 


Cement i 


G. B.. 

U.S.. 

0. c. 


129,738 

52,578 

298,098 


$ 


$ 

129,738 

52,578 

298,098 


s 

247,089 

55,862 

214,689 


S 


S 
247,089 








55,862 








214,689 








Totals 


480,414 




480,414 


517,640 


517 640 




G. B.. 

U.S.. 

0. c. 






Clocks and parts of 


7,326 

156,374 

23,020 




7,. 326 

156,374 

23,020 


6,840' 

174,885! 

16,63^ 


6 840 




174,885 
16,035 






Totals 


186,720 




186,720 


198,360 




198,360 




G. B.. 

u. s.. 
0. c. 






Coal, coke, &c 


72,031 

3,664,612 

20 


7,305 
6,846,030 


79,336 

10,510,642 

20 


1 

49,571 1,127 
4,359,742 7,108,624 


50,698 
11,468,366 








Totals 


3,736,663 


6,853,335 


10,589,998 


4,409,.S13 7,109,751 


11,519,064 




G. B.. 

U.S.. 
0. c. 

G. B.. 

U.S.. 

0. c. 

G. B.. 

u. s.. 
0. c. 


Cocoanuts, and cocoa paste . . 


76,186 

122,414 

44,675 


15,356 
24, .345 
59,686 


91,54S 
146,759 
104,301 


96,498 21,150 

148,735! 33,202 

58,970 63,409 


117,648 
181,937 

, 32,385 


Totals 


243,275 


99,387 


342,662 


304,209 

4,986 

120,177 

1,466 


117,761 


421,970 


Coffee, chicory, &c 


5,591 

105,464 

1,969 


82,607 
378^746 


88,198 
105,464 
380,715 


68,215 


73,201 
120,177 




.37.3,965 


375,431 


Totals 


113,024 


461,353 


574,377 


126,629^ 442,180 


.568,809 


Collars and cuffs 


44,870 

11,400 

9,606 




44,870 

11,400 

9,666 


36,028 
14,622 
15,411 




.36,028 








14,622 








15,411 


Totals . 


65,936 




65,9^6 


66 061 ' 


66,061 




G. B.. 

U.S.. 
0. c. 

G. B.. 

U.S.. 

0. c. 

G. B.. 

u . s.. 

0. C. 








Cotnbs 


51,.323 
30,245 
40,875 




51,323 
30,245 
40,875 


54,424 
37,484 
61,223 




54,424 






37,484 
61,223 








Totals 


122,443 




122,443 


153,131 




153,131 










Cordage, twine and mfrs. of . 


34,835 

73,465 

1,826 


575 

886,604 

8 


35,410 

960,069 

1,834 


32.186' 752 

80,4,54' 898,396 

1 1,893 


32,938 

978,850 
1,893 


Totals . . . . .... 


110,126 


887,187 


997,313 


114,533 


899,148 


1,013,681 


Cotton and mfrs. of 


3,906,676 

1,679.428 

398,084 

5,584,188 


197,090 

3,416,664 

16,981 


4,103,766 

5,096,092 

415,065 


4,474,687 

1,509,312 

1 522,570 


378,113 

4,491,575 

19,514 


4,8.52,800 

6,000,887 

.542,084 


Totals 


3,630 J35 


9,614,923 


6,500,5091 4.889.202 


11,39.5,771 













STATISTICAL AND FINANCIAL STATEMENTS 



311 



SESSIONAL PAPER No. 10 

Articles entered for Consumption in Canada, &c. — Continued. 



Value, 1901. 



Value, 1902. 



Value, 1903. 



Dutiable. Free. 


Total. 


Dutiable. 


Free. 


Total. 


Dutiable. 


Free. 


Total. 


1 
229,795 


229,795 
231,068 
208,976 


" 126,672 

588,525 
148,449 


1 


$ 

126, (i72 
588,525 
148,449 


$ 

191,-575 
324,216 
374,954 

890,745 

12,389 

212,749 

44,978 


$ 


191,575 


231,068 






.324,216 


208,976 






374,954 








669,839 




669,839 


863,646 




863,646 

12,348 

198,1.52 

23,495 




890,745 


9,882 




9,882 

174,170 

24,794 


12,348 

198,152 

23,495 






12.389 


174,170 




212,749 


24,794 






44,978 








208,846 




208,846 


233,995 




233,995 


270,116 




270,116 


' 








87,818 

5,143,450 

316 


52,767 
8,551,321 


140,585 

13,694,771 

316 


116,274 

5,860,034 

300 


67,041 
7,797,713 


183,315 

13,657,747 

300 


339,956 

7,875,996 

169 


415,484 
7,835,936 


755,440 

1.5,711,932 

169 


.5,231,584 


8,604,088 


13,835,672 


5,976,608 


7,864,754 


13,841,.362 


8,216,121 


8,251,420 


16,467,541 


107,147 

131,897 

84,434 


20,518 
49,227 
93,471 


127,665 
181,124 
177,905 


144,555 
135,173 

75,992 


13.161 
32,005 
49,097 


1.57,716 
167,178 
125,089 

449,983 


168,766 

177,769 

66, .594 


26,789 
83,548 
70,914 


19.5,555 
261,317 
137,508 


323,478 


163,216 


486,694 


355,720 


94,263 


413,129 


181,251 


.594,380 


5, .331 

138,310 

3,452 


79,221 
'268,065 


84, .5.52 
138,310 
271,457 


5,999 

126,373 

2,070 


59,598 
392^836 


6.5, .597 
126,373 
394.906 

586,876 


7,838 
115,404 

2,826 


65,643 
402;337 


73,481 
11.5,404 
405,1(3 


147,093 


347,226 


494,319 


134,442 

30,221 
.37,588 
24,939 


452,434 


126,068 


467,980 


594,048 


2.5,612 




25,612 
24,994 
38,469 




30,221 
37,588 
24,9.39 


38,563 
65,868 
41,304 

14.5,735 




38,563 


24,994 






65,868 


38,469 




41,304 








89,075 




89,075 


92,748 




- 92,748 




145,735 










.54,137 




54,137 
32,740 
41,601 


.59,751 
50,522 
40,790 


59,751 

.50,522 

i • 40,790 


60,319 
54,836 
.39,218 




60,319 


32,740 




54,836 


41,601 




39,218 


128,478 




128,478 


1.51,063 




151,063 


154, .373 




154,373 








60,627 

95,315 

1,802 


1,897 
1,015,674 


68,524 

1,110,989 

1,802 


107,7521 19,441 

109,045 1,683,772 

1,171 49,646 


127,193 

1,792,817 
50,817 


106,069 

113,811 

2,409 


58,487 

2.054,494 

44,842 


164,. 556 

2,168.305 

47,251 


163,744 


1,017,571 


1,181,315 


217,968! 1,752,859 


1,970,827 

5,340,012 

7,655,899 

744,461 


222,289 


2,157,823 


2,380,112 


4,879,909 

1,463,686 

584,397 


204,715 

5,148,970 

20,222 


5,084,624 

6,612,656 

604,619 


5,108,513 231,499 
1,608,3(59 6,047,530 

734,877 9,584 


5,.539,129 

1,760,695 

819,902 


284,953 

6,532,9.39 

19,.588 


5,824,082 

8.293,634 

839,490 


6,927,992 


5,373,907 


12,301,899 


7,451,759 


6,288,613 


13,740,372 


8,119,726 


6,837,480 


14,957,206 



312 



TRADE AND COMMERCE i 

3-4 EDWARD VII., A. 1904 
No, 17. — Statement of the Values of the Principal and Other 



Articles. 


31 

1 


Value, 1899. 




Value, 1900. 


Dutiable. 


Free. 


Total. 


Dutiable. Free. 


Total. 




G. B.. 
U.S.. 
0. C. 


16,657 
1,072 
2.571 


s 


16,657 
1,072 
2, .571 


S 

19. .504 

340 

3,232 


S 


19,504 






340 
3,232 


Totals . 


2),300 




20,300 


23,076! 


23,076 




G. B.. 
U. S. . 
0. C. 














248,944 
88,986 
52,449 




248,944 
88,986 
.52,449 


284,183 
92,024 
61,778 




284,183 






92,024 
01,778 


Totals 


390,379 

415,1.55 
7.57,240 
356,337 




390,379 


437,985 




437,985 




G. B.. 
U.S.. 
O.C. 

It. B.. 
U.S.. 

0. c. 

G. B.. 
U. S. . 
O.C. 

G. B.. 
U. S. . 
O.C. 

G. B.. 
U.S.. 
O.C. 

G. B.. 
U.S.. 
O.C. 






Drugs, dyes chemicals and 
medicines 


599,974 

1,327,483 

421,737 


1,015,129 

2,084,723 

778,074 


551,908 670,795 
771,1191 1,373,414 
260,030 417,500 


1,222,703 

2,144,533 

677,530 


Totals 


1,528,732 


2,349,194 


3,877,926 


1,.583,057; 2,461,709 


4,044,7<J<; 




577,290 




577,290 
136,256 
203,181 

916,727 


• 

563,931 
188,495 
207,100 




563,931 




130,256 






188,495 




203,181 






207,100 


Totals 


916,727 




959,526 




959,526 












Electric apparatus 


12,475 

538,789 

2,690 

553,954 




12.475 

538,789 

2,690 


21,225 




21,225 




847,653 

2,434 


847,653 
2,434 


Totals 




553,954 


871,312 


871,312 


Embroideries, N.O.P 


18,566| 

4,790 

23,202 


18,566 

4,790 

23,202 


22,298 

8,444 

23,237 




22,29^ 

8,444 

23,237 








Totals 


4&,558 




46,558 


53,979 




53,97f' 








Emert and mf rs. of 


399 
21,692 
• 252 


2,798 
18,656 


3,197 

40,348 

252 


1 
410 1,6.34 
2.5.101' 17,678 
104 


2,044 

42,779 

104 


Totals 


22,343 


21,454 


43,797 


25,615 19,312 


44,927 






Fancj- Goods :— 
Bead ornaments 


9,087 




9,087 

3,396 

27,492 


8,813 


8,813 




3,396 
27 492 




4,178 
25,372 




4,178 
25,372 










Totals 


39,975 




39,975 


38,363 




38,363 




G. B.. 
U.S.. 
O.C. 








Braids, bracelets, cords, 
fringes, tassels, &c 


147,156, 

125,9.57 


147,156 
125,957 
112,075 


153,288 
139,8(i7 
109,988 




153,288 
139,867 




112,075 






109,988 










Totals 


385,188 




385,188 


403,143 


403,143 



i STATISTICAL AND FINANCIAL STATEMENTS 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 10 
Articles entered for Consumption in Canada, &c. — Continued. 



313 





Value, 1901 




Value, 1902. 


Value, 1903. 


Dutiable. 


Free. 


Total. 


Dutiable . 


Free. 


Total. 


Dutiable . 


Free. 


Total. 


20,227 


$ 


$ 

20,227 

502 

1,709 


16,339 

.305 

3,617 


.$ 


,s 

16,339 

305 

3,617 


12,989 

59 

3,507 


$ 


12,989 


502 








59 


1,709 




3,507 








22,438 




22,438 


20,261 




20,261 


16,555 




16,555 








305,623 




305,623 
55,443 
75,881 


333,466 

68,885 




333,466 
68,885 
75,411 


411,134 
72,743 




411 134 


55,443 






72,743 


75,884 




75,411 




10.5,772} 


10.5,772 










436,950 




436,950 


477,762 




477,762 


589.649 




589,649 




714,336 
765,109 
356,152 


697,776 

1,917,007 

528,251 


1,412,112 

2,682,116 

884,403 


.560,397 
772,875 
469,007 


757,796 

2,261,460 

625,990 


1,318,193 
3.034,335 
1,094,997 


672,817 
876,333 
331,562 


864,031 

2,397,801 

749,776 


1,. 536,848 
3,274,134 
1,081,338 


1,835,597 


3,143,034 


4,978,631 


1,802,279 


3,645,246 


5,447,525 


1,880,712 


4,011,608 


5,892,320 


687,158 
161,805 




687,158 
161,805 
265,714 


723,557 
242,055 
309,481 


;;;;;•; 


723,557 
242,055 
309,481 


806,140 
258,767 
341,703 


806,140 
258 767 


265,714 




341,703 










1,114,677 




1,114,677 


1,275,093 




1,275,093 


1,406,610 





1,406,610 






9,177 




9,177 

904,629 

6,048 


15,648 
1,349,794 




15,648 

1,349,794 

7,474 


55,867 

1,581,806 

11,328 




55,867 
1,.581,806 


904,629 




6,048 


7,474 

j 




11,328 








919,854 




919,854 


1,372,916 .... 


1,372,916 


1,649,001 




1,649,001 










20,502 
6,905 





20,502 

6,905 

29,172 


22,8171 

9,150: 

27,261 


22,817 

9,1.50 

27,261 


35,145 

12,-585 
43,409 




35,145 

12,585 


29,172 







43,409 


56,579 




56,579 


59,228: 


59,228 


91,139 


91,139 












647 

22,158 


2,736 

13,243 

332 


3,383 

35,401 

332 


496 2,741 

2.3,251 11,735 

145 


3,237 

34,986 

145 


370 
21,799 

8 


2,830 
15,228 


3,200 

37,027 

8 


22,805 


16, .311 


39,116 


23,892 14,476 


38,368 


22,177 

10,.596 
14,467 
59,549 

84,612 


18,058 

. . , , 



40,235 


5,914 

6,975 

37,055 


......... 


.5,914 

6,975 

37,055 


8,9261 

9,148 

38,164: 


8,926 

9,148 

38,164 


10,596 
14,467 
59 549 








49,944 




49,944 

129,874 
103,753 
1.55,622 


56,238 




56,238 

144,812 
104,940 
151,129 




84,612 








129,874 


144,812 
104,940 
151,129 




1 
175 710 


175,710 


103,753 
155,622 






137,190 
207,382 

520,282 




137,190 
207,382 


389,249 




389,249 


400,881 




400,881 




520,282 









314 TRADE AND COMMERCE { 

3-4 EDWARD VII., A. 1904 
No. 17. — Statement of the Values of the Principal and Other 



ARTICLE.S. 


ID 

■u 

a 




Value, 1891 


). 


Value, 1900. 




Dutiable. 


Free. 


Total. 


Dutiable. 


Free. 


Total. 


Fancy Goods — Con. 
Case.<?, jewel, and watch cases 


G. B.. 

U.S.. 

0. c. 

G. B.. 

U.S.. 

0. c. 

G. B.. 
{J. S. . 
0. C. 

G. B.. 

U. S. . 
0. c. 

G. B.. 

U.S.. 

o. c. 


790 
5,018 
2,304 


■ s 


790 
5,018 
2,304 


% 

466 
6,262 
1,836 


$ 


466 
6,262 






1,836 









Totals 


8,112 




8,112 


S,.564 


8,564 


Flower.*, artificial 


87,171 
71,961 
33,496 




87,171 
71,961 
33,496 


73,083 
65,455 
33,966 




73,083 








65,455 







33,966 


Totals 


192,628 




192,628 


172,504 




172,504 




1 

1 

155,904 

75,920' 

51,945 .... ... 


1.55,904 
75,920 
51,945 


156,557 

78,876 
55,686 




156,557 


ture, dressed and un- 
dressed. 




78,876 
55,686 


Totals 


283,769 




283,769 


291,119 




291,119 










464,226 

21,474 

1.33,431 




464,226 

21,474 

1.33:431 


505,583 

35,177 

153,120 




505,583 


lar goods, kc. 




35,177 
153,120 


Totals 


619,131 




619,131 


693,880 




693,880 


Other 


28,695 
102,895 
166,489 


^ 


28,695 
102,895 
166,489 


30,691 
115,275 
144,575 




30,691 
115,275 






144,575 


Totals 


298,079 

892,2.39 
401,603 
524,928 




298,079 


290,541 




290,541 




G. B.. 

U.S.. 
0. c. 

G. B.. 

U. S. . 

0. c. 








Recapituhttion, funcij goods. . 




892,239 
401,603 
524,928 

1,818,770 


928,015 
438,828 

522,707 




-.128,015 






438,828 








522,707 










1,818,770 

565 
59,037 




1,889,550 




1,889,550 










Fertilizers 


730 

4.5,827 

234 


1,295 

104,864 

234 


5,820 
61,543 


8,485 

56,756 

709 


14,305 

118,299 

769 




G. B.. 
U. S. . 
O. C. 

G. B.. 

U.S.. 

o. c. 






Totals 


.59,602 

74,564 

369,207 

52,415 


46,791 


106,393 


67,363 


66,010 


133,373 


Fish and fish produce NFS 


137 

1,313 

385,895 

387,345 


74,701 
370,520 
438,310 


5.5,618 

483,412 

4.3,620 




55,618 




1,133 
485,131 


484,545 
528,751 


Totals 


496,186 


883,531 


582,650 


486,264 


1,068,914 


Fisheries, articles for, nets, 
seines, lines, &c. 


9,0?9 
5,263 


298,252 

233,730 

4,046 


307,341 

238,993 

4,046 


10,730 
6,914 


305,719 

298,310 

5,8.55 


316,449 
305,224 

5,855 












Totals 


14,352 


536,028 


5.50,.380 


17,644 


609,884 


627,528 



i STATISTICAL AND FINANCIAL STATEMENTS 315- 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 10 

Articles entered for Consumption in Canada, ifec. — Continued. 





Value, 1901 




Value, 1902. 


Value, 1903- 


Dutiable. Free. 


Total. 


Dutiable. 


Free. 


Total. : 


Dutiable. 


Free. 


Total. 


1,675( 


1,675 
2,427 
1,910 

6,012 


$ 

2,457 

4,315 

755 

7,527 


$ 


$ 

2,457 

4,315 

755 

7,527 

81,639 
62,574 


$ 

2,011 
9,082 
2,047 


$ 


2,011 


2,427 






9,082 


1,910 






2,047 


6 012 






13,140 




1.3,140 










56,190 
58 9-^0 




56,190 

58,920 
26,378 


81,639 
62,-574 
35,376 




59,317 
64.944 




.59,317 
64,944 


26,378 




35,.376 37^250 




37,250 








141,488 




141,488 


179,589 




179,-589: 161,511 




161,511 


136 962 




136,962 
43,895 
.39,421 

220,278 


149,328 
46,690 
42,412 




149,328 
46,690 
42,412 


216,125 
36,663 
61,509 




21(>,125 


43,895 
39,421 




36,663 




61,509 






220,278 




238,430 
630 882 


^^-— 


238,430 

630,882 

35,073 

.300,219 


314,297 




314,297 


538 528 




538,-528 

31,977 

228,714 


770,770 

42,184 

382,849 




770,770 


31977 


35,073' 

300,219i 




42,184 


228*714 






382,819 








799 219 




799,219 


966,174 


966,174 


1,195,803 




1,195,803 










30,663 
113,949 
185,923 


:.:.... 


30,663 
113,949 

185,923 


37,109 


37,109 
127,410 
205,350 


40,044 




40,044 


127,410 
205,350 




128,06.sl 

245,3771 


128,068 
245,377 










330,535 




330,535 


369,869 




.369,869 


413,489 




413,489 






898,131 
359,469 
673,113 




898,131 
359,469 
673,113 


1,055,153 
390,150 
773,405 




1,055,1.53 
390,150 
773,405 


1,274,573 
432.598 




1,274,573 
432,598 






995,963 




995,963 






1,930,713 


1,930,713 


2,218,708 




2,218,708 


2,703,134 


16,918 

89,751 

6,275 


2,703,134 


3,427 

70,781 


5,141 8,568 

101,3911 172,172 

300 300 


6,2.53 

78,743 


308 

110,898 

12,248 


6,561 

189,641 

12,248 


6,186 
106,070 


23,104 

195,821 

6,275 


74,208 

63,267 

407,999 

53,021 


106,832 181,040 


84,996 


123,454 208,450 


112,256 


112,944 

374 

635,226 


225,200 




63,267 
408,516 
412,07^ 


70,748 

475, .550 

54,931 

601,229 


1,113 

452,683 


70,748 
476,663 
507,614 


68,420 

513,478 

60,015 


68,420 


i 517 
j 359,053 


513,852 
695,241 


524,287 

14,829 

12,197 

16 


j 359,570 


883,857 


453,796 


1,055,025 


641,913 


635,600 


1,277,513 


298,054 

321,205 

7,657 


312,883 

333,402 

7,673 

653,958 


1 23,397 
18,146 


356,119 

333,681 

5,457 


379,516 

351,827 

5,457 


24,646 

22,108 

219 


340,924 
361,243 

27,898 


365,570 

383.351 

28,117 


27,042 626,916 


41,543 


695,257 736,800 


46,973 


730,065 


777,038 



316 



TRADE AND COMMERCE { 

3-4 EDWARD VII., A. 1904 
ISTo. 17. — Statement of the Values of the Principal and Other 



Value, 1899. 



Articles. 



Value, 1900. 



Dutiable. Free. Total. Dutiable. Free. Total. 



Flax, beinp, jute and manu- 
factures of 



G. B. 
U.S. 
,0. c. 



Totals. 



Fruits — 

Fruits.dried, including nuts 



G. B..| 
U. S. 

o. c.l 



Totals . 



1,610,210 1,081,210 
69,39.5 450,330 
74,959 2,848 



2,691,420 
519,725 

77,807 



1,660,274 1,269,254' 2,929,528 

63,348' 478.240 541,.588 

107,269, 15,68S 122,957 



1,754,564 1,534,388 3,288,9521 1,830,891 1.763,182 3,594,073 



52,171 
471,840 
717,305 

1,241,316 



52,171 

471,840j 
717,3051 



57,629, 
692,171 
807,540 



1,241,316: 1,557,340 



57,629 
692,171 
807,540 

1,557,340 



Truits, green and ripe. 



Totals 

Fruits, other, including pre 
served fruits 



Totals . 



Mecapitulation, fruits . 

'.J rand totals. . . 
Furs, manufactures of. 



Totals 



G. B. 

U. S. 

o c. 



G. B. 

u. s. 
o. c. 



(i. B.. 
U.S. 
O. C. 



G. B., 
U. S. 
O. C. 



117,147 

817,003 5.57,499 
234,a31 9,208' 



49,754 

57,237 

8,925, 



115,9161 



219,072 

l,:i46,080 

960,561 



Glass and manufactures of . . . G. B.. 
U. S. 
'O. C. 



Total- 



2,525,713 



27.5,130 

99,3.57 

311,284 



685,771 



289,049 
484,210 
.569,799 



1,343,058 



Glue, glue stock and mucilage G. B., 
iU. S 
O. C. 



Total- 



Gloves and mitts of all kinds, d. B.. 

lU. S. 

|o. c. . 

Totals 



17,682 
99,363 
59,319 



117,147 

1.374,.502' 

243,539 



1.57,291 157,291 

927,381 578,017 1,505,398 
90,261 3,463 9.3,724 



1,168,481 566,7071 l,735,188i 1,174,933 581,480 1,756,413 



187 



49,754 

57,237 

9,112 



187 



557,499 
9,395 



566,894 



116,103 



219,072 

1,903,579 

969,956 



64,9.33 
91,2.59 
10,077 



134 



166,269 



134 



279,853 
1,710,811 

907,878 



1.34 

578.017 

3,463 



2.50,4.57 
332,-575 
294,217 



525,587 
4.31,932; 
605,501: 



260,739 

109,787 
388,699 



21.5,258 
745,779 
386,.370 



289,049 
484,210 
569,799 



1,343,058 



367,115, 
535,735! 
755,844' 



65,067 
91,2.59 
10,077 



166,403 



279,987 

2,288,828 

911.341 



3,092,6071 2,898,542 .581,614 3,480,156 



475,997 
855,566 
775,069 



877,249 1,563,020' 7-59,225 1,-347,407 2,106,6.32 



1,658,094 



367,115 
535,7)35 

755,844 

1,658,694 



1,7971 



17,682 

101,160; 

59,319 



2.5,215 
96,322 

49,888 



649 



25,215 
96,971 
49,888 



176,364 


1,797 


2?0 458 


37,097 

466,185 


723.740 



178,161 171,425 



649 



220,4.58 208,118 

37,0971 51,.580; 

466,185 413,311 



172,074 



208,118 

51,580 

443,311 



723,740' 703,009 



703,009 



i STATISTICAL AND FINANCIAL STATEMENTS 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 10 
A.rticles entered for Consumption in Canada, &c. — Continued. 



317 



Value, 1901. 



Dutiable. Free. 



Total. 



1,747,294 
74,864 
90,912 



1,913,070 



56,057 
727,861 
029,004 



1,712,922 



155, .563 
9()1,759 
204,03! 



1,101,085 

376,296 

28,067 



1,505,448 



2,848,379 
451,160 
118,979 



Value, 1902. 



Dutiable. Free. 



1,783,730 

84,265: 

113,876 



1,567,092 

745,500 

65,376 



3,418,518 



56,057 
727,861 
929,004 



1,981,871' 2,377,968 



56,878 
773,003 

888,212 



1,321,361 



78,502 
77,359 
13,802 



169,663 



290,122 
1,766,979 
1,146,845 



31 

666,747 

2,517 



669,295 



248 



248 



31 

666,995 
2,517 



3,203,946 



378,331 
148,691 
438,369 



965,391 



352,204 
538,692 
684,723 



669,543 



283,206 
809,129 
327,455 



J,419,790 



1,575.619 



28,045! 
91,9601 
76,476 



1,712,922 1,718,093 



155,594 

1,628,506 
206,556 



1,990,656 



78,502 
77,607 
13,802 



169,911 



150, .534 j 

l,102,20:ti 

517,612! 



805,205 
28,402 



1,770,355 



75,366 
63,272 
21,106 



159,746 



833,607 



Total. 



Value, 1903. 



Dutiable. 



Free. 



3,350,822 1,925,3811 1,435,511 

829,765 98,835i 534,653| 



179,252 161,226 



4,359,839j 2,185,442 



56,878 47,090 
773,003' 960,809 
888,212 995,435 



164, 436 j 



Total. 



3,360,892- 
633,488 
325,662 



2,134,600 4,320,042 



1,718,093 2,003,334i 



150,534 158,897 

1,907,414 1,073,435 

546,014: 318,148 



2,603,9621 1,580,480 



75,368, 
63,272| 
21,106 



91,675 
54,453 
26,013 



290,153! 282,780 
2,433,974! 1,938,484 
1,149,362! 1,426,930 



3,873,489i 3,648,194 



661,537 
957,820 
765,824 



2,385,181 



341,802 
178,. 579 
540,140 



1,060,-521 



352,204 387,883 
538,692 526,134 
684,723 1,024,791 



1,183 



1,575,619 



28,045 
93,143 
76,476 



196,481 



215,122 

37,926: 

449,530 

702,578! 



1,183 



197,664 



215,122 

37,926 

449,530 

702,578 



1,938,808 



27,133 
92,031 

72,782 



191,946 



199,693 

55,.500 

396,116 

651,309 



805,205 
28,402 



833,607 



3.59,25^ 
996,55-1 
554,426 



159,7461 172,141 



903,261 
54,8161 



47,090 
960,809 
995,435 

2,003,334 



1.58,897 

1,976,696 

402,964 



958,077! 2,538.557 



J82,780i 297,662! 

2,743,6891 2,088,697 903,261 
1,4.55,332 1,369,596 54,816 



91,675 
54,453 
26,013 



172,141 



4,481,801 



297,662 
2,991,958 
1,424,412 



3,755,9.551 958,077 



701,0.55 
1,175,1331 228,668 
1,094,5661 493,958 



1,910,233 



2,970,754 1,018,878 



326,252 383,171 

1,207,123 

668,558 



387,883 

.526,134 

1,021,791 



1,938,808 



490 

672 



1,162 



27,133 
92,521 
73,454 

193,108 



199,693 

55,500 

396,116 

651,309 



461,235 

591,2.56 

1,031,960 



2,084,451 



31,906 
84,259 
69,613 



185,778 



268,998 

80,694 

520,733 

870,425 



2,258,852 



572 



572 



4,714,032 



709,423 
1,435,791 
1,162,516 



3,307,730 



461,235 

591,256 

1,031,960 

2,084,451 



31,906 

84,831 
69,613 



186,350 



268,998 

80,694 

520,733 

870,425 



318 



TRADE AND COMMERCE { 

3-4 EDWARD VII., A. 1904 
No. 17. — Statement of tlie Values of the Principal and Other 



Articlks. 


2 
S 

c 

6 
o 


Vah.e, 1899. 




A'alue, 1900. 


Dutiable. 


Free. 


Total. 


DutiaVjle. 


Free. 


Total. 


irasses, fibres and mfrs. of. 


G. B.. 
U.S. 
0. c . 


8 

393 

12,657 

5,356 

18,406 

531 

18,228 


$ 

1,184 

76,917 

444 


S 

1,577 

89,574 

5,800 


■S 

297 

20,596 

7,670 


4,173 

74,257 

1,562 


$ 

4,470 

94,853 

9,232 


Totals ' 


78,545 


96,951 


28,.o63 79,992 


108,555 


jrrease, all kinds 


G. B.. 
U.S. 
0. C. 


2,899 

172,894 

5,490 


3,430 

191,122 

5,490 


176 
24,161 


2,453 

269,209 

3,333 


2,029 

293,370 

3,333 














Totals 


18,759 


181,283 


200,042 24,.337 274,995 


• 299,332 




G. B.. 
U.S. 
O.C. 








jriinpowdcr and other explo- 


40,465 




40,465 48,459 
170,752' 195.361 




48,4:9 


sives. 


170,752 

1,7.51 




195,361 
4,509 




1,751 
212,968 


4,509 




Totals 


212,968 




.248,329. 


248,329 

158,038 

2,651,113 

41,193 


jrutta percha, India rubber, 
and mfrs. of. 


G. B.. 

U.S. 
O.C. 

G. B.. 

u. s. 

O.C. 


120,681 

35-5,951 

15,497 


9,614 

1,823,261 

18,080 


130,295 

•2,179,212 

33,577 


116,840 

399,738 

19,493 


41,198 

2,251,-375 

21,700 


Totals . 


■ 492,129 


1,850.955 2,.S43,084J 536,071 2,314,273 


2,850,-344 

26,014 

55,295 

3,969 


Jair and mfrs. of 


8,915 

14,393 

2,121 


17,990 26,905 8,209 

35,823 50,2161 15,880 

1,758 3,879| 1,613 


18,405 

39,415 

2,356 


Totals 


25,429J 55,571 81,000 25,702 


60,176 85,878 


3ats, caps and bonnets 


G. B.. 

U.S. 
O.C. 


794,338 46,271 

702,687 99,449 

17, 384 j 20,631 


840,609 878,891 

802,136 736,106 

38,015 22,425 


69,982 

108,442 

23,241 


948,873 

844,548 

45,666 


Totals 


1,514,409 


166,351 


1,680.760 1,637,422 


- 201,665 


, 1 839,087 




u. s. 

G. B.. 

U.S. 
O.C. 




Hay 


57,988 




57,988 


88,212 




88,212 








Hides, skins, hoofs, horns, 




880,327 
1,947,188 
1,050,476 


880,327 
1,947,188 
1,050,476 




1,008,698 


1,008,698 
2,128,488 
1,082,213 


tips and pelts. 


. . 


■ ■ 


2,128,488 
1,082,213 










Totals 




3,877,991 


3.877,991 


4 9l1fl.3f)C) 


4,219,393 




G. B.. 

U.S. 
0. c . 




1 ' ' 


-lops 


21,843 

101,133 

11,280 




21,843 
101.133 


17,702 

113.924 

12,019 




17,702 
113,924 




li;280 

1 




12,019 


Totals 


134,256 




134,256 14364.^ 


143,045 















i STATISTICAL AND FINANCIAL STATEMENTS 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 10 
Articles entered for Consumption in Canada, &c. — Continued. 



519 



Value, 1901 




Value, 1902. 




Value, 1903. 


Dutiable. 


Free. 


Total. 


Dutiable. 


Free. 


Total. 


Dutiable. 


Free. 


( 

Total. 


1,554 
36,173 
11,410 


$ 

6,517 

77,604 

864 


$ 

8,071 

113,777 

12,274 


$ 

1,.362 
35,246 
15,687 


.35,140 

110,449 

3,154 


S 

36,502 

145,695 

18,841 


272 
36,855 
17,4.^0 


$ 

110,583 

358,529 

35,987 


$ 

110,855 

395,384 

53,437 


49,137 


84,985 134,122 


52,295 


148,743 


201,038 


54,.577 


505,099 


559,676 


467 
28,917 

588 


6,043 

338,949 

9,109 


6,510 

367,866 

9,697 


678 
27,206 


26,626 

361,735 

13,334 


27,304 

388.941 

13; .334 


341 

41,347 

41 


17,961 

498,883 

16,671 


18, .302 

540,230 

16,712 


29,972 


354,101! 384,073 


27,884 


401,695 


429,579 

110,932 
279,794 


41,729 


533,515 


575,244 


82,169 




82,169 


110,932 

279,794 

5,149 




161,042 
211.995^ 




1 fii rtA-t 


186,970 




186,970 
9,401 


911 (109 


9,401 




5,149! 2,-528 

I 




2,528 






278,540 




278,540 


395,875 




395,875 37.5. .562 




375 562 














155,445 

432,649 

21,797 


254 

1,969,474 
17,185 


155,699 
2,402,1-23 

38,982 


217,477 

521,963 

31,986 


5,966 

1,628,205 

22,104 


223,443 

2,150,168 

54,OOU 


39.3,321 

571,687 

25,054 


7,119 

1,816,682 

904 


400,440 

2,388,369 

25,958 


609,891 ' 1,986,913 


2,.596,804 


771,426 


1,6.56,275 


2,427,701 


990,062 


1,824,705 


2,814,767 


6,324 2,824 

1.3,584' 28,585 

1,379 1,998 


9,148 

42,169 

3,377 


8,041 

18,580 

746 


11,102 

38,505 

2,082 


19,143 

57,085 
2, ,828 


7.3.>7 
9,001 

988 


16,030 

41,426 

5,753 


23,387 

50 427 

6,741 


21,287: 33,407 


54,694 

957,236 

907,511 

62,636 


27,367 51,t)89 


79,056 17,346 


63,209j 80,555 


1 
803,501! 63,735 
738,708 168,803 
29,554 33,082 


844,2!)0 76,865 

858,964 160,543 

27,469; 40,892 


921,165 

1,028, .507 

68, %1 


733,909 

1,032,910 

38,764 


75,601 

179,730 

52,665 


809,510 

1,212,640 

91,429 


1,661,763, 265,620 

1 


1,927,383 


1,730,723 


287,300 


2,018,023 


1,805,583 


307,996! 2,113,579 


116,228 




116,22,^ 

6-0,730 
2,4.35,411 
1,004,302 


121,624 




121,624 


126,646 




126,646 




680,730 
2,435,411 
1,004,302 




l,122,5C.9i 1,122,569 
2,174,764 2,174,764 

1,788,719 1.788.719 




1,301,762 
2,61.3,520 
1,747,462 


1,301,762 
2,613,-520 
1 747 462 












4,120,443 


4,120,443 





5,086,052 


5,086,0.52 


5,662,744 


5,662,744 


19,403 
110,440 





19,403 

110,440 

16, ,327 


22,783 
91,261 
17,141 




22,783 
91,261 
17,141 


21,172 
93,716 




21,172 
93 716 


16,327 


47,5';6 




47,506 


146,170 




146,170 


131,185 




131,185 


1 '.2,394 




162,394 















320 TRADE AND COMMERCE { 

3-4 EDWARD VII., A. 1904 
No. 17. — Statement of the Values of the Principal and Other 



Akticles. 


B 


Value, 1899. 


Value, 1900. 


Dutiable. 


Free. 


Total. 


Dutiable. 


Free. 


Total. 


Ink, writing and printing. . . 


(1. B.. 
U.S. 
0. C. 

G. B.. 

U.S. 
0. c. 

G. B.. 

u. s. 
0. c. 

G. B.. 

u. s. 
o. c. 


21,265 

79,769 

3,489 


1 

S 


21,265 

1 79,769 

3,489 


19,195 

87,862 
2,096 


S 


19,195 

87,862 








2,096 








Totals 


104,523 




104,523 


109,153 




109,153 




, 






Ivory and manufa '"ires of. . 


36, 16,359 
49 15,910 
66 5,025 


16,395 

15,959 

•5,091 


27 

39 

113 


21,7.35 

22,497 

2,719 


21,762 
22,-536 

2,832 


Totals 


151 37,294 


37,445 


179 


46,951 


47,130 


Jewellery of gold and silver 


39,.S38 

393,427 

38,756 




39,338 

393,427 

38,756 


47,699 

464,249 

66,837 


47,699 






464.249 








66,837 








Totals 


471,521 




471.. 521 


.578.78.^ 




578,785 




J "■ '' ! -• .■ - 










20,364 

16,951 

1,273 


20,364 
16,951 




32,670 

21,372 

990 


32,670 






21,372 






1,273| 


990 










Totals 




38,588 


38,588 




55,032 


55,032 




G. B.. 

U. S. 

o-c. 








Leather and mfrs. of : — 


20,237 

430,161 

3,233 




20,237 9,628 

430,1611 529,281 

3,233| 3,271 




9,628 







529,281 
3,271 










Totals 


4.53,631 




453,631! 542,180 




542,180 




G. B. 

U.S. 
0. c. 








Calf, kid. lamb and sheep 


36,281 

254,658 

24,399 




36,281 21,331 

254,658 233,629 

24,399 19,547 




21,331 


dressed. 






233,629 
19,547 








Totals 


315,338 


315,338 274,507 




274,507 




G. B.. 

U.S. 
0. c. 










Leather belting, all kinds. 


58,520 

28,516 

97 




58,520 

28,516 

97 


■ 96,383 

39,990 

18 




96,383 





39,990 






18 










Totals 


87,1331... .... 


87,133 


136,391 


136,391 




G. B.. 
U. S. 
O. C. . 


1 




16,613 

132,2231 

106 


16,613 .34.034 




34,034 

139,780 
12 




132,223 
106 


1.39,780 
12 






148,942 




148,942 


173,826 




173,826 




G. B.. 
U.S. 
0. c.